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Ualia ! will U eelMetM Mjl
vmivtiV remitted for nolmfm MMAbaU
h two ana blf ft ni-4trnt Ibt
taunt; ud BMotuUou with tit PeparUatau
ooniacivaim amnrniM tb
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ptrfenoa, and
rnsauT:;!??.
raM aadtawcHiaaif ayraraMt UU
nMaaLthaibaaartaMala. tbtylwpat
! of baitnm at, Iba.' ttMarOMala,
nadrr Utlr Jttl jMcraVtqolalmaato Ud pabllo.
JtcftrroM mt b) DMdois afeajvtnof Ookmw.
and omcener the florcraatBt; aadetptetallri'M
rnnlMki, to tha Hon. KtuaA TnrrrtniT, FlrM
CoinptrolUr or the TrMarr. . '
Aiimf"imt nlUOKH ftUHBHM AM,
"i ... WaiWiiUm( D. 0'"
Offleirp. 3liyifreVi;;ncat Trtanry jd Wll
Urdj'Hatal ' '!'' 7 'aoVf-al
(HVRLKS
LONDON r
XiaEDLALH
GIN
ladHIUfdlo LoDo,ud pat
up m)I1t In qatrt aad plat bot
tlea. lo netl tha reaalrcaMoU ol
DronjUU, aad thou to whom Tar J Unadullor.
a ted liquor b a Hectoity or a Luxury.
It b the oldwt ealatllilMd of all thi Onra (I)
whioa hava itarted latoaxbtenoa noon the bleb of
tnwelldeierred and hard tamed oeltbrltr. ,
It hat no connection with, aad U in no way III
the trxhy mlxtaru told at "EaautBiaw." or
" OtDToll,"or, Loanoa D,"or" I-oidoxGi,"
o , o , no matter homiaach ' antiaalW or " re
rpeoubtllty " b aHOffled y thtir begttttn.
Dr. Valentin If Ott. of Hew York, eaji : " It b
ferprehSSS t! ewVriit Holland Ola, and b Ike
do! Irtfch of u kind i Hant tot m." Bo tey tho.
sendi of pnyelelaat.
TheHawTarkHraUMjre!''w" wprltjd
at He beneade) elrett, It b a certtla iff (nard to
health." '
The PhiladelBhU IjUtr T! " It hu no rape,
rlor.lf aneaaaf.lameaieHi 1 rlrlaet."
The new Oritani PieaTtme tart : ' i nara m bo
eann tor ajepepeia ? vo ."
Th Boaton Jovnal ka?t: "Ae a heTeratt, a
rreTeaine.ar ae a remeaiai ageai, wa wast ao ouier,
t b our kT mmm."
Women of . America,, for 'you it u jMrtfciri
adofttil.
in ewaaeit or oeaim, ii ia your grcauat
B. BALDWIN ft CO..
ineno.
. . .Bolroili,
' 01 Liberty meet, Hew Totk.
Bold in Waahlniton by - '
ijivk j.. nni.LKH at kjii.. '
nin K atraat. near Fa. arraue.
deol2 ty
Aad dtalere generally.
TATKB M WOOD,
- WMOUaiLB XSO StTelL IlEALKXI IN
ARMY AND NAVY 3UPPME8,
coOTumNO or
ricUea, rreserrea, Caltapt, Sauetl,
Jellln, Krultt, Ollrct,
Baidinee. flalad Olb. Choice Relbhet.
Condenaed MUk, Mutardt, ,
PRKSEHVED HEATS, FISH, BO0F8, Ac.
I'nre Wines nnd Liquor, by the Pntkige.
CIQARS AMD TOBACCO.
arAitnta for Tllden't Extract of Coffee, with
Sugar and Milk combined.
9 PtnajyWanla ATMtu, '
wASBwatoir, d. a
deo 11 tf
HO, KOH TIIK CHRISTMAS HOLI
OAVBI At JOS. HHAFFIKLD'B,
380 Sixth eueet, Bet. Ct and II.
I arge aaeortmeaU of Toand, Prult, and Ftncy
Ctkea, nnw ready, lul'tble for PiMenti, andtnlde ot
the beat materia'!. Qr'tt variety of raney Boxea.
Large u.ortment of Preach Candle,. Bon Bona,
French and American Sngar Toye, trrulli, aad Cor
dial!, with a large a-mrtmrnt or other Coerikctloii
rrtee, which I will cell at th lowtet prtoef, to ealt
Iht timet. Pbue call aad h for yonrttlfbeior
you buy anywhere tie, lo Urttm and Wtter
Ieea II 60 per gailcn. Seed your ordit only.
deo II .
CllKUAUAY MSTITUlati
1927 and ll9 Sjrrnoo street,
PMLADKLPMA.
This lDiilute, conducted for two yeert pttt. In
the city or Phlladelphlt,by ItABtnaOtuaAUAr and
her niece, Madams D'aaavaLv, Upon Ihe 'tame
principles at the one In New York.'cttabUahed then
In tha year 1814, will reofen after the Ohrbtmtt
noimaja, vn aavnuay,oaurr o.u. wimi ,
ample and oomplete provltion lor the education of
xoung i.uoiee, unuer uie uireciioa vi naasiue
U'Hervllty. ClrcuUn, aad all reqaUlM Informa
tion, can be obtained on application to the Principal.
Itne-lm f "
IO TIIK OFFIOBRB OF TIM AHJIY.
Aato the aualitlee. there are Bona bud.
rlor lo be had. hiving been eeleeted purposely lo
tlila market. Alto, a urgt aad well aaaorted etook
ol OirOlajeea,Mlorooope, gold, Hirer, aad ateel
rlpecltclea tnd Eye Olattee, tulted to th tight by
the u of an Optometer. A,contadtTtblt aurnber of
certlilcaica lo be teen at my offlee, from gmtiaaun
who have been lulled at my old eaUbUthtitat.
416 FennuIvaDJaaTcnnf,belwnB Foar-tid-a-half
and With Stmti.
My Kitabllahment la mp ttatrt.
Olaurl AUadbtutt. Th trad supplied,
oct 10 ly
-ICULISJT AND AVRIST.
Mir. F. Jt. Von Jtfoichxlskcr,
Oenlltt and Anrltt,
Hat arrived from New Yolk, ud opened bit
ofDco tt .
No. 8 H18SOURI AVENUE,
Where he can be oontulttd on all dbeaees of th
EYE and BAR,
Bequlring Medical or Surgical treatment.
lllglirat refeience can be given to thoee who re
quire bit aenices Jan 8 lin
NOW IB TBE TIM E to set your Winter Olothlut
tt low prioet, at 100 Stvcath street.
deo II lm
W1IAPPINO I'AI'BR
JOR SALE AT iliiS OFFICE.
- - - - - , . J . ..J. . a,. rta BlIMii -..-.. -- . 1
2iu
iik
cnifraMal
Joft arrived, a direot unportatloa per tUiater
Pulton, from Eurepe, a very due aad Urge aseort
nent of Marlat, Open, Ptald Ouumi, and -Ttb-narea.
which 1 will ae H a virv little above the Met
in I'arla
aafJamBBjpr . erTmBlanB-
HIU WUWIWWlaflU ar.aafafaflaTTJlafaafllllt J. il
BOLII'B BUOHU rarWuaiai of Ik Bkla.
Li inin n mrraili an aaiiulm i j'lm
kli buiut nuuHUtorr-BiaiaiiK nan.
"lj "V&vz&zfifcxr&wz
OLD'S BUOHU fur MoWlity aad Beet-
, witn waat or Awtwitsa aaa Horror or
lu K
tTeaaatle, aTaanailM, kTwatitalaa,
Vala, aHaMlM, aTaatml.
MO MORI riLM, '
TAfet HO MOXI.r 11X1,1 , i
'-y I THKT AM (OrMO AVAIL.
,l n l..rni sTBBT ABB Or KO AVAIL.
-tlWlLitBOI,D8 KXTRaOT HUCIIU for ail
cotapalitt landehl to the ex '
lie! Vamilr IhauM be Wlthoiet lit
TASK NO MOBE BALSAM or'IMurlouVaYd
Uerlfaaaat Medicine for unpleaeaat and Danfiroai
Ue7Hkt.lJB6f.I);8 KXTRACT BDOBOfor Kx-
eeeac tnetptrrrom ddim inaeift in
Br Yena( nd Old,
And War dbtaaaa arblav irofn Bablla of THlnatloa.
It renwrre all larpraper dlttharget, aad will reetore
the patient In a abort tune to a tut of Health and
rarity .
r;aa HEi.ainniDiiKXTKaf7riiuiJHiTiDruu
e and ASeotlont of the moat 1)1 trtarlof uHarao
' lite HKLatBOLD'ST alXfEACT BDCBU for all
Afeetloat and Dlotaaea of tit
, I Urlwary Ortjant,
Whether exliting la
Mule or Vamala,
frcta whattTcr eaoae orlgtsattag, tnd no matter of
n How long Standing
AU ot th above dbcatoa and tymptoma admit of
the earn treatment, aad may originate from the
tarn cant.
, I lUatd I Rand I Head I IWad I
BELMBOLD'S BUCHU le-eafe.and pleaaant la
taate and odor, bat immediatt la Itt action.
rtrtonally appeared beror tat, an Alderman of
0e dty of Philadelphia, B. T. BKLtt BOLD, Cham
bt, who, being duly tworn ,doee ear that bb prepar
ation eontalaa no Narootlo.attreary,vTitBailoa(
drag, bat U purely Vegetable.
, , B. T. IIKLMBOLD,
' Bole Manufactarer.
Sworn and aabtrribtd before me, thU 3d dty of
NOTtmbtr, 1MI. WM. P. BIBBAHD,
Aiaeiman.
Pile II per bottle, or for; delivered to any id.
drtta. , ,
A Trial Coat btttn DollarTry It,
And be oonvlnoed of lb emeaor. And It la acoom
panM by rtHablt aad reeponrlble oritliloattt from
rroretaort oi menicaiwoutgee, viergrmen, and
other.
Prtparedby H. T.IIEI.MBOLD,
Practical aad Analytical Chenibt.
104 Booth Tenth tlreet, below Cbwetntt,
Philadelphia.
"KKOEMART OAti riON.-Shoald aapnnotpled
Dealert. try to palm off aaather artlolt, woieh payt
a better profit aad b wot thleee,
ASK FOB BELMBOLD'S EXTBACT BUCHU.
TAKE BO OTBEB.
CUBES QUABANTEBD.
Sold by 7.. D.OILMAR
KIDWiU. LAWBBROX,
S.B.WAITB, '
S. O. POBD,
JOBM WILXT.
8. B. BMTWIBTLB,
J. R. at A JOB.
Aad by all Druggtate every where.
gayCat thh oat eend-of call for It, and avoid
unpoeinoa aaaexpotare. . aeo7-n
P
itts i riKsn pies ni
S per handred I per huadnd I (8 per hundred I
SUTLERS. ATTENTION!
The attention of Sutlen. and daaltra (tnarall. b
ntptotfally laeited to th larg ateortment of
Plee. Cake, Broad. Holla, attealt, dw..
kept eonttaatly on hand aad baked ertry osy by
the undersigned.
ouuore oaa r
luUaracaartlvonaerUntatood Pleat tha low
prloe or as per
Seth from tko
prloe of M per hundred, and have them at all timet
PEACH PIE! APPLE PIE I DRIED APPLE
PIE! CRANBERRY PIE! PLUM PIE!
CUitRANT PIE! PUMPKIN HE!
The aubaoriber weuld reepeetfnUy call the atten
Hon of tha publi to bit aatortment, and while thank.
lug them for the patronag already beetowed, eollcU
their erdera, which
willfia
promptly ailed.
OEOBOE
OEOBdE SEITZ.
1ff .. 1ff. V.h ....
between Tenth and Kbveath ttreeU.
Stalls Mludsei Centre Maxktt.andiei Northern
LlberUet Market. da it la
JMANOIPATION
Ct AN1 THE WAR,
jomMOulioii Eiuntlaf to
Ptaei and CiviUxatton.
Is which It la made apparent that the resources
oi tn,couniryare inree-ioia greater
than the emergsney.whloh will
oall for little, If any, ad
ditional taxation.
BT DAHIIL B. OOOOLOK, Or NOBTJI CAROLINA,
Prloe I cents Sold st
ADAMSON'S
TB Seventh street,
deo 13 If Opposite Utseral Poet Offloe.
CARD PORTRAITS OF TIIK
aasrxRAZisj-
ITAvlfiff tha whnleaala aaanev for theaa Portrait!
for tht Dbirlct, I am prepared to furnlih Sutlers
and Dealert with them at the very loweit rttct
Portraits or ptrtieuur omeera win ot got up on
naaonable tennt
Hn ifchtrai , jut reoelved, of General MoCall,
General MiDowelLOeneral lialteok.Ueneral Bhar
man, Oommodor wilket, Lieutenant Palrfax, Col
oatl Ottry, and othera.
Ntw ontt added to our etook daily.
sa-Ullon SUtloBirv Patkat No. 2. luat leaned.
Thit Ptcktl eon'alni better value for the money
luau hii v.uer rHHi iu ine laimi.
WM. IIALLANTYNE,
Stationer,
tOISerenth street,
Jtn eoet Bitween D and E.
-klllO WINKS AND BKAHDIB.
Having reoelved a consignment of Zbmiisiiai 4
Oo.'i Clnctanttl Ohio Oauwba Wlnet aad Brandies:
we therefor offer to Druggists, Qroeara, Hotel una
DRV CATAWBA WINE.
Llsht tad atroag the former la boxee I it table na.
and the latter ia half btrreb for mixing and cooking
Sweet Catawba or Ladle' Win,
la barrele and half barrela, for Uble niej a very
tupiilor artlele ftr tht holldtyt.
CATAWBA BBANDY,
An BBturpateahle itlmulaat, and very useful for
Brsndy Punch.
Alt,r. s wrrta,
dc, 1ft lm. , . u Louiilana avenue
StuftlnttL
M
BBLeOdt
HKIJawOt
II
till
WjfillW
Tantn amvirin Nnnrn. '
katew latT Waakaartoa to ..-laluSore-ljaa.ai.1
rtnlaeliiH II M a.
; Hi wTertauaa.l brrlaaarr l.Upvm '
or ilag jtiieiiaaeuijelliit bate WaaUaaion at
14a.B. Antra at BatUaM fMa.nL ,lo to-
Sir. TctiS.T, WMkla'.tnV-'.
IThx MMftaofraMp,mraaaaaain
i bar Waahtaaleo) M
krrlT at tWeaawiW ra.l fmUadelphl
r.
i..
t oo n. in. trtra from WMklagton oonnecb
thtoi
h to New York avtry day daring tha week
TRAIMBHOTINO BOUTH.'
HO BOOTH." "
Lean Mew Tork at 1 tU na.
new Tork at I a.' na.1 PhUadtlphia 11.80 a.
lUmoreeoop.m. .Arrive at Wnnangtoa n
mi l
ii. m.
Leajve New Yoik at p. .; Philadelphia 10.(0 p.
m, Baltimore 1 80 a m. Arrivt At Watolngton t.W
Leive Mew Tork at 11a. ni ''PhlbdetrMa IUi.
lauunore T.e n m. .arnv ni vraaningtoa
atloa Tralae ltava llalttatora at a. m.
p. m. lor WaahJagtoa ; arrlre there at 11 a m.
p. m. -
Saadivt at en aad TJA a at. oalr.
eager Tralnt leartnt; Washington at 7 to a n.
ana wa p. m , aa DMueiurv . . w
p. mi, auk, direct eonaeotlone for Annapolb at the
Trtia leave Anaapoll for BeJUator and Waih
lotion at M a. re. and 140 p. m
ratwager l rune KTitg waaniagtonat o.o a. m
II aim.. and A p. m , and Baltimore at 4 0 and T.U
a ml aad to p. m , will aim only at Atmaplu June
Urn 4nd KtiXintOm (IMay) Amdioei
Why Pareengera mutt take the AcamnviiMm ZValu
Trklna will lav' Waahlngioa and Ball I more
proMMfy am card lime.
W. P. SMITH.
MtAttrofTraneportalon,Blt
J. T. EHOLANO,
agent, Camden Station, Baltimore
O.F.OILBKKT,
, Agent, at Waahlngton novM
MOV. Hi, 1HI,
NOV. at. 1801.
'
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAF,
Tbe'ihortet,qulekett, nd beat route from Haiti
' mora to th
WEST, N0RTU, AMD NORTHWEST.
yiNTER SOETEDULE.
CIIAROK OF TIMK.
Oa aad after Sunday, 14th November, Paaaenger
Trttat will arrive and depart from Calvert Button
at loltowt :
TBAINS NOBTB LEAVE.
Mill, at i to A.M.
BaSklo Kapratt.. 9 00 1'. M.
raruwei aeoonwoauoa .,,..vu i-. &.
Pttttbaig ad Barrbbnrg Kxprea I SO P. M.
.TBAINS SOUTU ABBIVE.
Parktoa Aoooiamorlillen, at 1.00 A.M.
BaflaloKxpree..,.., I.KA.K.
Plttobargaad Barrtabarg Exsreae 1.00 P. M.
Matt..,.. .MP. M.
The a A. M. Train from Waahlniton conneeU with
the I to A.M. Train irate BalUenor for the Weet
ana nir oanaio. avinura, nooneeier, uanaira, vanan
dalgaa, and Niagara Palb, aad for Ntw York
City.
The 11 A. M. Train Irom Waahlngton connect with
the 3.00 P. M. Train from Baltimore, to Weet , North
and Northweet, and Elmlra and Bnffalo aad Bo
cheater. The I OS P. M. Trela from Waehlagton oonnectt
with the I SO P. M. Train from Baltimore for PHU
burg; Barraibarg, and the Wort, and k a direct con
nection for jbaon,Eaatoa. Autntawn, and New
York,vU Central BaUroad of New Jeraey.
Try thb route to New York.
Nr Th only Train ltavlng Baltimore o Sunday
but M0 P. M, Train, for Barrbburg, Plttaburg,
Chicago and the Weet.
The only Train ai riving la Baltimore o lUadae
ia tha 130 A.M. Train.
BpylT JAB. C CLABKE, Bnp't.
-IXTIMTBR AIIHANUKMKNT.
Philadelphia, Wilmipgton, and Baltimore
nAiiinoAS.
Oa and alter MONDAY, NOV. 18, 1881,
PASIENQEB TBAINS LEAVE PBILADEL.
nil A:
For Baltimore, st 8 SO a.m., 8.18 a m,118Sa.m
f r.xBrert.)aud 10 to d. m.
For Chester, at I IS a m., 11.38 a.m., 3 48 and 10 80
p.m.
For Wilmington, ut 8 30 1 m , 1 18 a. m , 11 Zh a.
m.4l4AsndlooSp m.
For Ntw Cattle, at 8 15 1. m tnd 3.48 p. m.
For Dover, at s is a. m. and s 41 p, m
For Mllford, at S.1 a m.
Forbtllabury, atslta m.
TBAINS FOB PHILADELPHIA
Lear Baltimore it 8 Ml a m..(Kxprcat,) 1 08 p.
re . (Express.) 5 10 and In. (Excreta.)
Lcart Wllmltgton at 130 and 11.83 a. m.,418,
Leave Salisbury at 1 18 p. m.
Leave Milford at 4 68 p m.
Leave Dover at I a. m and a 10 p. m
Leave New Ctttl at 11 a ro and 8 10 p. m
Leave Cheater at lis a m., 1118, 4 49, tnd 9 30
p.m.
Leave Baltimore for Sattabury and Intermediate
rtatlona ut s 10 tnd 7 p. m ; lor Dover and Interma
dlale stations, at 1 05 p. m.
TBAINS FOB BALTIMOBE
Isto Cheater at 8 48 a m , 11 C5 tnd 11 80 p m
Leave Wilmington at 4 30 a m , I it a m , 11 15
p. m , and 11 a m.
FBBIOHT TBAIN, with PaseengrCtr attached,
will run is follows:
Leave Fnladilphla, for Periyvllle and Interme
diate placet, at 410 p. m
t.eav numiogien, iff irerryriiie anu intcrmcai
ate placet, at 7.10 p. m.
Leave Baltimore, ror Havre de Once and Inter
mediate tutlona, at I a. m.
ON SUNDAYS ONLY :
At 3 K) I. m tnd 10 60 p m from PblltdtlpbU lo
Baltimore.
At 7 from Baltimore to Philadelphia.
The I so am Train from Philadelphia to Balti
more will run dully, JeVndayi cnyfal
8. ii. FELTON,
yan 2tf President.
N
o t i o as
"Adami Express Company."
Thb Company offers to the pnblle Unequalled
Advuntagee fir the Safe and Quick Dupttoh" of
Heavy rnignu, raouigt, vaiuasiee, money, o
mo , IV au pwna vi uie uauteai
RaDreaeee to and from the Norm and Weat denart
Irom and arrive in Washington twice daily. All
Expresses an In charge cfeajxrianed and rdlatu
AU Package for The Soldiers tarried at " Oat
Ball" ur usual rate.
AU goods ftr the so-called Confedentet Sutet,"
and all articlet " Contraband of War," will be aa
ruaun. OarXxprteeetleavtNtwYorkatl,! under. M ,
arriving u Washiagtou at 8 A, M. and 5 so P. M.
Expresses Itav Philadelphia at 1 10 A. M. and 1 10
M , Arriving la Waahlngton I.M P. M. aad A. M.
Expreeaae leers Baltimore at 4.10 A. M. and 1 45
P. M , arriving la Waahlngton at e A. H. and I It
A, au.
Xxpreesee for all points North and West leave
WaabiaitM dailv
raatuaclfta aauv at 7 i
BO A. M. and 1 80 P. M.
"--.?!. . ". " .
Special contr
tube made on
lai uouvmis lor large
aets for large quantities of Freight
SDtillcatlon at tut oSoe.
All (oods eallM for and dalrrared free of eatre
ohargeT E. W. PABBONS,
averlnlendent Adams Express C.
ysalagtn, fugnst ?t, 'SI. auto-tf
WRAPPiNG PAPER
rat- Sal
at uaisOS
-KvehlaaKaatte btwaWtaadacteat p-a.i Ar
riv aTialWMrdiAiWaB,; PaabltlfilaVo.gp. m.;
HtWtorkt a. atTrrarSktrf 1 a.m
I In iaadave at Ana and A OOo. an. anl v.
kTln( been anuta aadar the act of M
r tha rabaa af taa laad Warranto da.
atlked htreta, which art aliased to hare been lott
idt ttren mat, at ua oaxe
of aaoh warraat. a new
oertlllMKofJktUBorwfll be leaned, If noraUdob.
etioeieeJiartMi hppear.
Caa4 rTevtMM, for lot eorea, baaed aader the art
ot mareeiL laaai in in naate oi vriuiata BooiiBna
iteeM llwlttdayaf May,Uto Jaaaarr
for M aarn, baaed ander the aet of
I Vareh teth, 1M.
tor 1M acre, laraed aader the aet o.
the name f Ittno Jonneon, widow
rda, and wh granted Aagnat 4th,
of Joba
it inn Mtnary, um.
noj eojnTbr M
Ilrfbr M aerrt, braeed nnder th act of
A.hi the uamt of Sarah, widow of Kvtrt
March, 1AM, the name of Sarah, widow of Krert
Tanrlckle. aad wae (ranted November tt. 1S0
Me; 4T ,1,r IN acrct, larued ander th aet o
March, 1U4,MI th nam of Cjrua 8. Ward,mlaor
child of Uyrta S. Ward, deceawd, aad wat granted
Ottober lO.ltao January 14, lMf.
No. M.Mli ear 1M acre, baaed ander th net of
March A, law, In the nana ol Joaana M , widow of
jonaj van natkircx, and wat granted Auguit it,
ltM.
No! 4I.1M, tor AS aorta, Imued nnder the act of
Maroh, I'M, the name or Jacob rockler,aad wat
grunted Anient IS, ihm Pebratry , net.
Na 4t,44, for M aoree, baaed ander tlie act ol
March, 14, I the name of Beajamla Pack, aad
wae grunted the 3d day of March, lSAl rebraary
na, aevj.
No. 11,923, tor IS acre, baued nnder the act of
Beptrmber, IMS, la the name of John Denny, and
wat grunted September 71, 1151 Match 1. lttt.
No. H-8,817, fur 4S aeree, lamed nader Ihe act of
September, Into, In the name of Jonn Barton, aad
era graniva mar. n it,iboo aiarcn ie, looa.
No 1,1U, for loo aoree. leaned nader the act of
March, lata, in the aaaat of Otorge W Warren, aad
wae graneta uctooer a, ibu marvn i , is a.
N. 95,139, for loo acrtf , Utatd uder the net of
March. IWI, la the name of BernahtaCook.and wu
rranted Sentember H. lUKO-March l. IS
N IIJ23, for 110 acrra, leeued und'r the act of
Mann, lsu. la toe name orihomw j.hnron,ana
wu (ranted June . 1UA March 16. 1M1
no o.oia, rar icu acrra, ivuca unaer lae a i ol
Murch, tltl.in Ihe name ol Ah gall, widow of Jona
than Betid, and wee granted AuguaiT,18M March
ill. 1862.
No. 41 III, for 180 eorea, leaned nnder the tot ot
March, ll, la tha atmt of latlah Taakrr, minor
child or Elijah Teaker.deoeaKd, and wtt granted
September ziMh, 1M March Hd. 1801
No HJB5, ror m acrea, Maued under the act of
Mtch,lU,m the name or Kufua P. Woodford,
ni d wae treated Jaaaary It, 1IM March I J, 1182.
No. 81,7m, fur IM aoree, baaed under Iht act of
March. 1888, lit Iht name of Jordan Bunt, and wtt
granted Augutt T, IIS" March II, 1881.
JOSEFB H.'BABBETT,
Commbaloaer.
sx
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D1
1.KL.AII WH
Antl-Kheumatio Band!
riaMAUaxTLT ooaaa
RttlOMiWIII,in III Mrriwerau,
OOOTend NKVBALOU,
STUnmEiiminxRVousArrrvnoys,
IMPVRtTIV tf Ou BLOOD,
And (Ae AM Kftctt tf Mtraay.
It U A ooavealently arranged Ben or Btir, con.
ttlaing A medicated eompoand, to be worn around
th body, about the waltt, boo-iit irnctin all
r aaia, nAiraarr Ae dteaat eaat Ur, tnd can be worn
tefAoaf tnyary to the en dallctaf perton.
By thb ireejcnent, th medicinal ptoperllee con
ttlted In thei Baud, being of a AleJUy armialie and
KtttO nohMr, aad ccanUt of being readily acaartnl
(Areiuk tAatarta. e tie ilM, oom into dirt amtad with
lhe;BwooAaIol9iffJircIrtowlUioatllrat put
lag through Iht prooeaa of dlgettion, which would
Und, not only to detraot Irom their curative powert,
but to Impiir the Internal organs aad derargo the
digestion aba that avoiding the tnjurinu iffictt, eo
ones the result of Jnteniul remedta, und effecting a
prrent rare, by fiaVyiao and eouatirfftp Ue circularion of
lAa etfei JMdt, and rtKarfnp IAa yortl tftclfd baAatUy
eondfiion. Thb Baud b abo a mod romrAil " Ami
MsacoatAt. Aatur," and will entirely relme the tyt
tem from Its pernicicui (feed.
tmoneraie oaeea are curcainaiew oara, anu we are
aonatantly reoelrlng wndnuofed teatimonlala to which
we invite inepcouon at ouromoe oi tneir cmcuoy in
aggravated sates of into aunduto,
tb.ii BAaca ui iohd aanmiw.
Price Two Dollars. Sent by mall upoi
ice Two Dollars. Sent by mall upon receipt of
ri, or ny cxpieae everywnerv, wita au nuatary tn-
itructlofu, from the principal offloe of
ae principal umoe oi
O. SMITH A CO., rroarielors.
491 Broadway, New York.
N. B DsacrijiNw circular! ami tree.
nr Toll Band will not Interfere with the soldier's
dutlee nev 14 ly
NEW INVENTION OF ARTIFICIAL
ClIfcOPLASTlO BONE TaETn,
without meul plate or olisps, by
ln. a. B. HIQKHMONl).
110 Broadway, New York; aad 100 Fcnnt. avenue,
bet. lith und 18th its , Washington, D. C,
Calb the attention of the publlo to th following
advantage of bit improved eyttemi
let The teeth ofhbmaaafaotarawUl never corrode
nor change color by any acids, and ar three fourth!
lighter than any other.
id. No teeth or roob need be extracted, at the
artificial ones can be Inserted over them.
Id. The roots will be mads inoffensive and never
toaohe.
lib. No temporary teeth an needed, at permanent
ones ean b mad Immediately, thereby preserving
Ihe nataral excretion of the face, which, under the
old eystem, b frcaueatly dblgured.
8lh. Thb work hat been fully tested, for over Ave
yean, by many of the nret Chemists tnd Physicians
of this and tb old country.
ur. a. nas aiso mvcniea a wuiit inaetiruoiioie
mettt Ailing with whloh tht mott tentative teeth ean
be fllled without pain, and can build up a perfect
found tooth on any side roots, which wfll lsst
fhronth a lifetime.
He refcra to the following gentlemen: Dr. V. Molt,
Dr. Donmua, Professor of Chemistry; lion A.
Mann, Jan.; Ctpt. Crabtree, Vice rreaidcBt of the
Emigration Co. of New Tork; Hon. Judge Wayne,
ol the Supreme Court, of Washington, D. C. ; and
thousands of others.
Call and examine r yourselves. nor 8 em
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BANKERS,
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Also, Drafts oa London, Ireland, Bootlsnd, Wales,
and all portions of Ihe oontincnt ofjhurope.
Highest Price Paid In Gold ror United
Rtstia Tresiury Notee ol the dlfftnnt Isauet, and
Northern currency.
Exchange on the principal cities North, payable
In goid orcurrency, eold to suit purohssen.
rllTTENHOUSK, KANT ft CO , Bankers,
No 382 Pennsylvania avenue,
Near Brown's Hotel.
Gold and Unourrent Money Pnrohaecd,
Specie, and United States Currency. Accounts
opened for depoeitore
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No. 382 Pennsylvania avenue,
Jan 4 lm. Near Brown's Hotel.
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courts.
Collecting Mortgages,
Bonds,
Coupons, I
Intereat,
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and sll financial buslnees attendsd to promptly.
We guarantee success. No charge without.
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WlYyuiriiti4StaUtndCiiU4dlitala(Mwit. Bend
for circular for reference, asiclat counsel, Ac
J4-tf.
-fXT AIIHNQTON SKIRT FACTORY.
WANTED H females to learn to make skirts.
A person can, Inj abort time, mike, per week, from
13 to M. Inquire, lor parttoulan, at 401 Seventh tt.
IMM. 01)1 If
if lb
'MoTjMW,
m mnsLB
i.
HOW THet rllU 8LAVK8 BBIIAVK,
The New. Yotf TKcVtci rihbllaht litter from
ForilScott, containing the following most Im
porlant lUtomt nil :
" IipropOM to tAla tha preient condition of
tha 3,000 liberated by the inarch ol tha KantM
army. Thoao negroes vara owned principally
by MccMloolsIt, but whare tho queetlon waa of
iraeaoin or aiavery ror incmiaiver.tne negroot
anna 10 maxa Any sucn oiaunoiion; ana wnen
iiivy' buu(u. uur unrap tuay wora pivicuiou.
ana so question wars nuked iu to tha political
statils of their former mastert. Femllloaosma
tn, utnetlmoa three Renerallona In n tingle
wagon. Sometimes a roan or woman lied away,
leaving all family lies lo secure personal liber
ty, paring umuia uunHera, nnuurme. iniifiuo,
surtatloD, perils by night nnd greater drnad
by day, never feeling safo till they knew Ihey
war In tha Kansas camp. One day, as we
marched from Otceola, wa saw three men
riding at full speed across lha prAlrio. Asthey
Rpptoached, wa saw that one was a negro and
tha others while men In pursuit. Fast came
the II Ave, but tha whites steadily gained, and
one whs in tna sot ot catcning ins iiigitive,
when a borderer dashed out from the column
and raised bis Sharp's riflo. 'About fsco ' went
tha stave catchers, and a rifle ball sang an
omlnlous warning In thoir ears as tboy made
fttr
"iJutnlglit Is their great lime. Blxty came
to camp In one evening, and, as lien. Lane ob
served, ' It wasn't much of r night for nlggors
either.' We put the able men to work Immedi
ately, driving teams, cooking, grooming lha
hones, and doing all tba extra duties of the
brigade. Eaoh officer engaged one as a body
tenant. Instead of taking a soldier from bis
duty. In this manner tbey earned from 18 to
110 month.
" Parsons Moore, Fisher, nnd Fish, chaplains
oi me DNgaae, started lasimomn wun a train
of negroes, to establish tham on Kansas farms.
Alter tnros weeks, tneso gentlemen returned
to Headquarters, having found comfortable sit-
itatlnna fnrflvarv mut. urfiman. and child nnitnr
their charge. Many were hired as urm hands,
house sorvants. elo.. at wages from ekht to
"-:. ---ii '":: . ? . .--
ffiJtH i iir0 JSf ?.
will bo suro of food and clothing, with good
chances for lucrative employment when spring
opens. Tho fugitives are generally shrew d and
industrious, and the farmers of Kansas gladly
avail themselves of Ihlssupply of laborers. This
Is in assertion utterly at varlauco with tho gen
eral Impression. It Is nevertheless literally
trite. In slavery, ono can hardly Imsgtne a
more shiftless, indolent being than a Missouri
negro. But the chsnga from slavery to free
dom effects an insUntaneons and complete rev
olution In his oharaoler. With the conscious
ness of liberty comes tbo necessity for exertion,
and effort Is born of necessity. The slave who
worked carelessly felt that he had no interest
In the result of bis labor; no amount of Industry
would benefit blm, and he naturally did as little
ashe could consistent with safety. But when he
... . r - . . .. .!l """.
is n rree man, ne rises equal to me emergency.
This has been the case wherever my experi
ence has extended. Thero is not a man who
has been liberated by this brigade but Is abun
dantly able and willing to take care of himself.
in every case ww naceourmiiciraccni jurrcc
dorn." It is probsbly owing to an oversight of the
editors of the World, that this letter was lorlu
nula enough to see tho light.
Upon this same point of the alleged difficulty
of " taking otre of the negroes," we nolloo that
a large number of " contrabands " taken out o!
tho VYjiJalngton prison, have been readily hired
out, and now earn good wages lor them
selves.
We apprehend that Gabriel llavne, whose
caso was desirlbcO In a letter published by us
yesterday, wbobad csrned nine dollars per woek,
of which bla master look eight, will be able to
got along without that division of bis earu'ngs.
How bis master will gei along without Gabriel,
Is another matter.
For the National Republican.
Another of Ihe Vlctlme or nail's Bluff.
Tho body of the late Lieut. Rclnhold Wessel
taoell, comp my C, Twentieth regiment Massa
chusctts volunteers, wbo was drowned at Ihe
battlo of Ball's Bluff, was on Saturday last'ln
tcrred in the Oak Hill Cemetery, at George
town. Llout. WessclboeR was the son of the
late Dr. Wemclboeft, of Doston, who was emi
nent for bis literary and sclcntlflo abilities, and
wbo was exiled from Germany in the revolu
tion of 1848. Young Weseelhoelt was an ofll
cer of merit, and a young man of uncommonly
flno personal qualities. Ills fate, and that
of his friend, Captain Dabo, was peculiarly
ead. Tbey were attached personal friends,
bound to each olber by the ties of nativity
and associations, by commou sacriOees to
liberty, and commou hopes and purpoms as
to freedom's future. They bad both fought
bravely aud well on that ill fated day had
fought agulntt hope, but with unconqucrablo
coolnus aud courage Side by sldo tbey bad
led their commends to repeated and boneless
obarges, aud wbeu all was over, together Ihcy
essayed escape by swimming tho river.
" I won't bo taken prisoner," said Captain
Babo, and the two friends, both expert swim
mers, struck out together for the Maryland
shore. As they ncared tbo Island, a volley wat
fired by tbo enemy. One was immediately
heard to utter an exclamation In German, sig
nifying that bo bad been bit. The other turned
to bis assistance. Nelthor were afterwards
seen until the body of Lieutenant Weesclhocft
was found, a fortnight later, below the Great
Falls of tho Potomac. As no wound was dis
covered upon his person, It is presumed that it
was Captain Babo who was shot, and that Lieu
tenant Wesselboeft lost bis life ia attempting
to save bis friend. It Is certain that neither
would have deserted the other, and that the
fate of either would bare been shared by both.
Tb body of Cap lain Babo, If recovered, has
not been Identified, This la bnt one Incident
of an event wblcb was an accumulation of
tragedies, and for wblcb nobody Is responsible.
Of our two friends, we may say:
" Sleep In peace with hlndred ashes
or ihe noble And the true;
Hands that never failed their country,
IlearU that baseness never knew.''
0. W,
E.
EVERYBODY OOK8 TO SMITH'S. No UO
Seventh atreet, to get their Clothing, Furnbh
ing Goods, lilts, aad Csps. dso U-ln
Coramuntoled
30,000,000 for th Navy.
Th letter of Donald McKay, the greit ship
builder ot New York, urging Ido expediency
and Wactlcabllily tif an Imrafdlale and large
Inert use of our navy, Is worthy tf tba serious
attccllon or tho Government. Indtrd, there
can e but lllllo doubt that the npprtiprlstloti
by C ongrcrs of llio inoiioy lo conslruot a navy
ocm nenturato wilh our commerce and with
our Importance bs inarttlme power, would,
of ) self, go (ar I iwards aettllog our whole
fore go and domestic troubles, by discourag
ing ill Ide-t 1 1 Entopoan Intervention, In tho
exp ctatiun ol which our domestic difficulties
had heir origin, and have been kept alive. Ia
any event, such a nary would enable us lo
rrriune our lorclgn rank among the nations, if,
wit!) our vait mercantile marine and with our
rcinatkablo capacity nnd aptitude for nautical
aflelrt, It did not recuro for us naval supremacy.
Wilii an adequalo navy, wo sre safe beyond
perjikentiirc; without It, wo are at the mercy
of European nations and American traitors.
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ihle Ii a moatunlouc and original publ cation
of Urallko Miniature rortruitijuat large enough to
encloec In a onmm Inter esnfv, for aatlafylng Ihe
curloelty of dUltnt irlenda, or to mttmenl a ,.
praikic attmH ot the rnenfef aieca. They are Jut the
t-lig as a tolUdvm inmtmvryiftkrAtHMg.vibtn eerh
duel urtnfra forth Itajfironfe or it mmtfitif I'or col
Itcfiona, they tre much mtjrrior to photogrtpha, at
toey will Hat fvr utiuDRtDa or tkaus.
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dr U lOT;,e oVoag"
money mu( uoconpaaT erery oruar.
AoftMls WAKTEIi.tolell dliectlv to soldk-ls. Our
term' to them are very liberal, and thiy will Hnd It
a iugniy ironiauiu uusuwae.
u ui.nu & VIS.,
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Four doors from D,
Washington,
irft'tv term and farltcuViri sidy U vttUuhid.
tar Lilt of Portraits, January, 18C2, Published
Monthly, Be vised:
PATS IOTS.
Ii Georsc Waahlngton.
IS. Bou. J. Holt.
vl um. Winueld hcotl
ill. a A. Douglas.
McCiellan
17. T. Fnncu Meagher.
lis. John Brown.
39. Hon. Henry Wilton
31. F. P. BMr.
31. Col. Lie, Tweniielh
Bumslde.
Butler.
Anderson.
Wool.
Banks.
Mass rtglment.
Bpragae.nov f
Bhode island
tl. Gen. Frank
inklin
3.1. " Jameson.
Lyi
Bg
4 Com. Dnpont.
38. Gen. Richardson,
so. Col C. l'arbam.
37. Ctpt. Wilkes.
'8. Utn. McDowell.
19. Sickles
40. Smith.
41. " Mectll.
tl. " Slocsm.
48 Col. Cutler.
41. " Toe.
45. Lieut. Col. Camenn
IS. Mrjor Boon.
47. Oen. R. King.
48. ' Porter.
111 w
feel
Fremont.
Bovcrans
Uelatielmuu.
Blanker.
Dlx.
1 1T) Col. Duiyra.
n, uamnH
IU. " Baker
:. J. K. Murphy.
Jl, " Cochrane.
21. ' KUsworth.
S, Abraham Lincoln
11) Secretary O. Welles.
TRAITORS.
1. Jeff Darls.
7. Ex Senator Mason.
S. Slldell
tt Oen. VcDuflle.
10. ' Johnson.
11. " Ben McCulloch
12. " Floyd.
2. A. n. Stephens.
J, Ucn. Besuregurd.
4. " A. 8. Johnston.
A. " Lee.
(I Uardee.
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In every cue where a good orlgluul (painting, da
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Aa-Furr-leticd Bpoma for Kent, on very moderate
U nas, in the ssme building. deo 31 If
tL'QH UK WARD. Strayed or Stolen,
JOU November 33d, a MARE ; color, deep dun ,
bitck mane and Ull, black ttrlpe from mane to tall,
a little enltrgiment of the bone on Inside ol oue
hind lea. email lite, heavr bodied. about reven vcara
old The above reward will be paid to any one re.
turning laid Mere to the underlined, or a propor
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KJ, UKNBIIAL'S OFKICR,
WASHwaToxGiTT.Pccembif 28, 1861.
1 he Secretary of War direct) that uo more horaei
bo bought until ull now beloogtng to the Govern
ment ire in aotive service.
The atteutlon of all qutrtcrmaslrn of the regulsi
and volunteer army I. called to the above order
from the becrelsry uf War.
M. 0. HKIQS,
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deo 27-codlot United SUtes.
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