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WASHINGTON. TUESDAY,. JANUARY 14. 1862
j r j --;-x ?; iiiirt-1 rw n"
pmntMnwito unrneo statu
vnrLvr bioOM rjate iuVt,ur of the n. s.
telloflaljUw.wtil devote thelrenUre attention to
the proaeeutlou, and settlement of denundi against
the United males, growing out of the mmtwir,
inelediag the Aotwuati aaa I'lalau of states, con.
motors, mil Diabutanf Officers: application! tor,
tha reataratlen of nrapertv llleritlv Metal or oD
turtd, aad for compensation for the use of private '
propertr lor uovsrnmtai purposes, ana ror darners
for the Injury.of aaah property hr (the uri ''
military pmr, tnMo3i. 'an bounty lnrdi; end for,
dittribaUve therrt of 'monies parshle at the Trea
sury and due to rati eootraolori and other.
Toe will alto girt legal advloa to elalaaata, eoo
traeton, and to uprarWlonal aetata la litigated
SUM! and prepare wrltua ergamtuti when desired.
Vlth Non-resident Amu who may send them
j.umt, an equitable division of eommladoas will be
VTadlaBatad Damante will be oolUeted and
promptlv remitted for a commission of from a hall
ti two and a half per Mot -depending on the
enaia-.ead neeotlaUoas wllh the Department!
nrailnAfMl An onaAmroto larmi
Br proifpt Attention, moderate onarree, lonrex
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perfenoe, and a nlaote knowled,
rernlatlnns. rales and nreoedau
Ire of the or law
Is, governing thll
Hanoi buslneaeat the Departments, they hope .to
tender their aervlcea netful to cillmantl and DubllO
Beftrtaee may be made to Member! of Congress,
and offioera of the Oovernment; ind especially, by
permission, to the lion. Kusua WnrriLUir, i'lnl
Comptroller of the Tressurv.1 i ih
Address-" Uirl HIUOKlt IkBIIKRMAN,
Washington, V 0."
Offloe. No. ill V itreet, near Treasury aad WIN
lards' Hotel, nor a-am
I" .. la di ti'Ied In Loxuoif, and put
igQUiSiUP'up solely in qoirt'aBd plat tot
lies, to meci we reqairemeBie 01
DruirUts.'ind thoaa to whoa Pure and UiUdalur.
ated liquor It a Heoseaity ora Luxury.
It Is the oldwt established of til the Qui (I)
weloh hare started Into existence noon tha buU ol
tiwell-deierred and hard earned celebrity.
It bar no ooaQtlou with, aad It ta ao war Uka
the trathr mlaterei told at " Kaotna aw " or
"Old To," or' Looo Doce," or ' Loydo Ol,"
o , ae.no matter how much 'antiquity" or "re
speotsbllitr " la artumed by thtir begetters.
Or. Valentine Kott, of If tw York, tajt : " It U
far preferable to even rona Holland Oln, and It Ike
HartfcW (Is Unit tare mr sem" So sir thon
aandt of phialolaaa
The Hew Tork Herald tare: " V7e are aurprtied
at 11a oeaeaoai eutoia: it it a ccriiin taie aaara in
The PMladalphla Ledger aiy":" Itbaenoeope
rlor. If an aaaaf. In midisinil rlrtnea "
The HawOrleanaPitTone aajat"Than it do
remedy on earth Tor diiia tqaal to it"
The Boston Journal art: "At a bererage.at a
r reran uve. vr at a remcaiai agent, we wa no oiaer,
t It ooTMde aunm "
Woman, of America,, for jrnu It It lurUnlarb
ljrf. Intiaknea or health, it It four greatett
U. BALDWIN h CO ,
01 Liberty itreet, Mew York.
Bold In Washington by
LOVKLL, COLLKS k CO.,
310 E itreet, near Pa. avenue,
deo 12 lr And dealer! generally.
DaTKI tt WOOD,
13 WBOIXUUt AND BCTAIL PEALKI8 IN
ARMY AND NAVY 8UPPLIE8,
lloklee, Pretervei, Calinpa, Bauoei.
Jelllet, KrulU, Olivet,
Sardisei, Salad Oili, Choice Rellihea,
Condenied Milk, Muttardi,
PRESERVED MEATS, FISH, SOUPS, id.
Fare Winti tiid Liquors by the Package.
CIOARS AND TOBACCO.
aWAgente for Tllden'a Extraot of Coffee, with
Sugar and Milk combined.
WM Pannijlvanla avenue,
trAauiNontt, d. a
deo IT If
TJO, FOR TUB! CIIUIltTMAB
A A OAY8I
At JOS. BHAFFIKLO'S,
3S6 Blxth atreet,Bet. a and II.
Large ataorlmenlt of l'ound, Fruit, and Panoy
Caka, now ready, inl'able for Protean, aad nude 01
tha belt material!. Qnat variety of Fancy Boxea.
Large aaoruaant of Preaeli Oaadlee. Boncnl,
Frenah and American Sugar Toye, Frnltt, and tMr-
crlee. which I will tell at the loweal priori, to tult
the timet. Pliaaecall and te for younelf beiure
oiau, who a iaro WNruuint ui uuier viuicuiiuii'
on Day anywliere eiae. 10a vream ana water
oei 1 W per gallon. Seed your ordere only
1627 and 1939 Spruce itreet,
Thll Institute, oorduottd fur two vein pait, In
tha city of Philadelphia, by Madahb OBaoaaav and
her niece, MiDAHa D'Hiiit.i.r, upon the fame
nrlnclolei at tha one In NewYork.rttab.Uhed there
la tk. vear 1814. will ralDon alter the Ohrtetmai
bolldiyi, en Mondiy,Januery eth. with In uagal
umplenad oomplele provlilon for the edncetl.nef
Yoaag Ladltt. under the direollon of Madimi
D'Utnllly. Circular!, and all reaublte lafoima
lion, can be obtained on application to the Principal.
I aaa lm
IO TUBS OFFICERS OF TUB ARMY.
Kultoa, Croat Earope', a very One had large assort
ment of Marina, Opera, Field Olaaua, and Tele
.oopee, which 1 will sell a very little above theoort
in Pant. Alto-the qaalltiti, there are none rape.'
rior to be had. having beenieteoted purHMely for
till, market. Also, a large and well anorted itock
ol Opera Olauei, illcroeoopcs, gold, illvcr, and uteel
Hpeclaclet and i.t (Ilium, lulled to tha eight by
the aat of an Optometer a.coiulderable number ol
oertllfBa' et to bi- seen at my odloe, from gentlemen
wile have been tutted at my oid eitablwhment.
416 FenniylvailsaTenne, belwten Fonr-and-a-half
and Sixth Streets.
By Kitablleament la up etalra,
Otaua fa KmK. The trade inpplled
-ICULIST AND AUIIIST.
Br. f. Ji. Von Jtloschx taker,
(Joullat and Aurlat,
Uai arrived from New York, and opened his
No. 8 UlbtiOUIU AVENUE,
W here he can be oomnltcd on all diieaiea of the
EYE and BAR.
Requiring Medical 01 l urglctl treatment.
llighekt releienco nn be glviu to llioic who re
quire Ma lertioei Jau lm
rillEESE I 0UEE8E I CHEESE I
Kj17 Llqnori, 1 obarcoe. Cigars,
Nu i, UiUlni. Crukera,
All on bind, atd for lile cheap, by
F. li. UA'illNua ft CO.,
,,, , .. 1M3 D itnet,
bot '40 ti Phllharmoulo Building,
RKLM BOLD'S BUCHO for tha Bladder.
HKLKBOLU'S BOCBU lor tha Kldaan.
gkLatBOLD'S BUCItU for the Oraraf.
Rt,MHOLU'S BUOHU for Draper. .
riKijiinui.u'n nuunu ror nerroatrwaa.
HKMfBnf.D'B'BUGHU far Lota of Memory.
HKLMBOLD'n BUGIIU for DIBtenlt Breathing.
RKLMBOLU'R RtrcilU for Weak Nerreo.
ngLMBOI.rvs BOCnU for (leoeral Debility.
RKLiIROLU'SBycnu for norrorof Olaeaaa.
HBLM BOLD'S BUGIIU for Night Sweatl.
nBuwwbin nuuuu lor waaeraiaeaa.
BELMBOLU'S BUOHU for DryMaa of tha Skin.
BKLHBOLD'R BUCHU for Eraplloni.
HKLalBOLU'8 PUCHU for Pain In tha Back.
BBLttnOLD'8 BUCHU for Hearlaeaa of the Eye-
,,u, wtu. .vmpvniry ounuion ann uum 01
nCLNBOLD'H RUCHU for Mobility and Rett-
Iereneai, with Want of Attention aad Horror of
HKLMBOLD'S BUCHU for Exoeaiea arlalag Iron
Vaualee, Vemalat, remain,
Vemalee, ramavlea, Vamalea.
TAKK NO NOBK PILLS,
TlKC MO MOKK rlLLB,
TBXT AM Of HO ATA1L.
TUKT AM Or MO AVAIL.
UatllELMIIOLDB EXTBaOT BOCIIU for all
conpiainit inoiaeni to me tex.
Ha ramlly shoald ba Wlthomt 111
TAKE NO MOBE BALSAM or IaJnriona aad
Cnpleatant M edlotne for napleaaaat and Daagarona
UatUELUD0r.D'8 EXTRACT BUOUUfor Ex-
ceeaea aruirg irom nablta tndaiged In
By Townej atad (lid.
And for ditctMl arldnr trmn (labile of THaalnatlAn
HremoTeaali Improper dlxhargea, and will rettoro
the patient la a ehort time to a elate of Health and
Ute UELM BOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU for Die.
euta aad Afleelloueol tha meat Dli treating Cllarao
ter. Uaa UELMBOI.D'S EXI RACr IIUCHU for all
ASoctlona and D1m atri of tha
Whether cxlating In
Male or Female,
from whatever oaote originating, and no matter of
flow Long Mtandlng.
All ot the above dlaeaeea and lymptomt admit of
the tame treatment, and may originate from the
Head! Head I Itaadl Bead I
UELMBOLD'8 BUCItU la aaft.and pleaaant In
tatle and odor, bat Immediate In lta aotloo.
. Pertonally appeared before me, an Alderman of
the city of Philadelphia, II. T. BELMBOLDTOhem
lit, who, being duly eworn.doea lay that hit prepar
ation eontalnt no Narootle. Mercury , or Inlnrlont
drag, but it purely VegeUbla.
' II. T. I1KLMB0LD,
8worn and tabaarlbed befora me. thla 13d day of
Norember, 1U1. WM. P. 11IBBABO,
Prion tl per bottle, or for M; delivered to any ad-
A Trial Coat but a Dollar Try It,
And ba ooavinoed of lta eracaoy. And It U aeoom
puled by reliable and retponilble etrtllloate! from
Proleanre ol Medical Colleen, Clergymen, and
Prepared by Bi T. 11ELMBOLD,
Prectioal aad Analytical Chemlit,
104 Booth Tenth etreel, below Ohettaut.
NECESSARY CAUTION. Should unprincipled
Dealera try to palm en another article, wuoh payi
a bettrrprolt and U worthier,
ASK FOR UELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT BUCHU.
TAKE NO OTHER.
8ol4 by Z. D. OILMAN
KI DWELL LAWRENCE,
8. B. WAITE, '
a. v. aval,
8. B. ENTWIBTLE,
J. R. MAJOR.
And by all Dragglati everywhere,
joy Cat thll out eend or call for It. and avoid
Impoaltlon and expomre. deo 7 tm
AND THE WAR.
JomneoutloD Ettealiil to
Peace and HvlUxation.
I a wbloh It Is made apparent that the reaouroes
01 tna country are taree-roia greater
than the emergenoy, whloh will
call for little, If any, ad
BY PAMIIL B. QOOOLOK, Or MORTU CAROLINA.
Price 6 oenti Bold at
4TB Seventh itreet,
deo 13 tf Opposite General Poet Offloe.
CARD POBTBAITS OF TIIK
Having the wholeialo agenoy for thcee Portrait!
for tho 1'ii riot, I am prepired to furnlili Hutltn
and Ueiltr. wllh thtm at the very loweat rites
Portrait! of particular offlccra will bt got up on
Km fielura, Juit received, of General IfcCall,
General McDowell. Orneal Halleck, General Sher
man, Oommodore Wllket, Lieutenant Faurax, Col
onel Geiry, md otnari.
New onci added to our itock dilly.
aXa Urlon Stationery Picket No. 3, juit inued.
Thu Picket con'alna oelter value for the money
than any other Packet In tha maiket
Jan "poet Bitween D and K.
IHO WINKS AND BRARD1KS.
llavlnr received a oonilanment of ZwiiMermanM d
Oi.'i Cincinnati Ohio Catawba Wlnet and BrandiMj
we therelbre offer to Drnggliti, Orocera, Hotel and
oaioon neeprra, so ,
WRY OATAWDA WINE.
Light and strong the former in boxes for table uaa,
and the latter In half barrel! for mixing and cooking
Sweet Catawba or Ladlef Wine,
in barrel) and half barrela, for table use; a very
inferior aruoie vr lot uouaaye.
An unaurpaaaible itlmulant, and very useful for
LYLE ft COFFIN,
dec 16 lm 69 Louisiana avenue.
Star ft Intel )
I have lust received from New York a verr choice
election of the following gooda, The attention of
tnoee in want u ao'iciieat
Patlora, Uud Itooma, Vwtibutu,
UIUIUI HINUH UU VClUUgl
and other mylca of
Shade Limns and Trlmmlnga,
1 IblUlC l-VOp., iiwi,iuwfu,i
bludo Cords and 'lisiels,
MtTTBKSSka ANB CUUUIONS,
Of all descriptions, made to order.
UW10L8TKRY WOBK AND PAl'KR lUNOINO,
in all its various styles, ixecuted promptly, at the
mtr iMwim t ouujlc 1 rhzs.-is
SI OUt BHADiS H1IIS ANO L.TTIUIV.
L. J. HOl'llUOCK.
nASBKNOKR TBAIMa TO AND FROM
SPECIAL N9TICET0 TBAVELEfttf.
dn and aflar HONDA TjCeoember , IMlj Iho
ratMBgerTralna between Waahlngton aad BalU
more will ran aa followi 1
, TRAINS M0T1NG NORTH.
Morning Expreta leava Waahlastoa 0 00 a. m.
Arrive atBiHtnwre )Uin.; Phlladelpbla II.M p.
m.s New York p. a 1 Barriabarg 1 1 p. m.
Moralag Aanounodatlon leave Washington at
T 4a a. m. Arrive at Baltimore 9 M a. m. No ooa
aactlosi at Baltimore.
New York Mall Train leave Waahlngton at 11 a. m.
Arrive at Baltimore ) 40 p. m.; Phnadalphia tl
p. m.i New York 10 p m .
Afternoon Acoommodatlan leave Wathlagtoa 1 06
r m. Arrive at Baltimore iM p. m ; Philadelphia
08 p m.
Evening Expreat leava Waihlnrton p. m. Ar
rive at Baltimore a.tS p. m.; PhiladelphUl.Mp.m.i
New York! a. m. , HarrUbnrg 1 a. m.
On Snndiyi at I M aad 6.00 p. m. only.
The I 00 p. m. train from Wathlagtoa connect)
through to New York every day during the week.
TRAINS MOVING SOUTH.
Leave New York at T A- m.: Philadelphia 11.S0 a.
m-j Baltimore 1 00 p. m. Arrive at WaAiagtoa 6 12
Leave New York at 0 p. m.i Philadelphia 10 10 p.
m. Baltimore 4 ao a m. Arrive at WaahlngMh .)
Leave New York at 11 p. m.; Philadelphia 3.80 a.
m. Baltimore T.M a. m. Arrive at Waehlagton
. a. m.
Aaoommodatloa Tralni leava Baltimore at B a. m.
and a p. at. it Waihlngtoa ; arrive there at 11 a. m.
and 7 p.m.
On fiaadayt at 4.80 and T.M a. m. only.
Pattaager Tralni leaving Waihlngtoa at 1.40 a. m.
and S M p. m , and Baltimore at T.w a. a. and 4 00
p. ra.. make direct oeaneotloaa for Annapolii at the
Train leava Anaapoiit ror Baltimore and Waah
lagton at .M a. m. and 3.10 p. m.
Patenter Tralni leavlar. wathlniton at a.oa a. m
II a. ra and p. m , and Baltimore at 4.80 and 7.85
a. m. ana o eu p. m., wiu tvv owy 01 amMpouj JWK
Urn aad MteMnrtM iRdatl Jwmim.
Way PaeeeDgen matt take the Ammmtiatim Troiai
Tralni will Itave Wuhlnglon and Baltimore
vnrmna upon cora nie.
W. P. SMITH,
J. T. ENGLAND' 'Tr"POrta"0,,,iU"
agent, Camden Station, Baltimore.
U. P. GILBERT,
Agent, at Wuhlnglon. nor 21
WW. , 1IMI1. NOV. lit, I80I,
NORTUERN OENTBAL RULWAY,
The ihortart.qnlckeet, and beet route from Baltl
more to tha
WEBT, NORTH, AND NOHTI1WE8T.
CHAR UK OF TIHfC.
On and alter Sunday, tith November, Paieanger
Tralaa will arrive aad depart Irom Calvert Station
a followi :
TRAINS NORTH LEAVE.
Mall, at 85 a. M.
Bufalo Exprtea 3 00 P.M.
Parkton Aooomodatloa 4.00 P. M.
PHUbarg aad Barrlibnrg Expreta (.30 P. M.
TRAINS SOUTH ARRIVE.
Parkton Aeoommodatien, at 1.00 A. M.
Buffalo Expree. 80 A. M.
Pltuburg and Uarriiburg Expreai 300 P.M.
Mall ..... 8.80 P.M.
The 0 A. M. Train from Waihlngtoa oonneota with
the S SO A. M. Train Iron Baltimore for the Wert,
and for Buffalo, Elmlra, Rooheeter, Dunkirk, Canaa
dalgua, and NUgara FaUt, aad for New York
The 1U.1I. Train irom Waahlngton oonneott with
the 8.00 P. M. Train from Baltimore, to Weet, North
and Northweit, and Elmlra aad Buffalo aad Ro
oheeter. The t.M P. M. Train from Waahlngton oonneota
with the S 80 P. M. Train from Baltimore for Pltu
burg, Uarrtfborr, and the Weit, and la a direct con
nection for Lebanon, Earton, Alltntown, and New
Yorx, via central uallroad ortiew Jereey.
Try thla route to New York.
W The only Train leaving BalUmore oa Sunday
ii the 8.00 P. M. Train, for Tlirriiburg, Pitttburg,
Chicago and the Weit.
The only Train at riving In Baltimore o R"Ma.
I! the a MA. M. Train.
nortt JA8. C. CLARKE, Bop't.
Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore
Oa and alter MONDAY, NOV. IS, 1881,
PASSENGER TRA1N8 LEAVE PHILADEL
PHIA: For Baltimore, at 8.30 a. m.,8.16 a. m , 11.83 a. m.,
(Expreri,) and 10 60 p. m.
For Chester, at 8.16 a m ,11 8 a.m., 3 45 and 10 60
For Wilmington, at 8 30 a. m., 8.11 a. m., 115 a.
m., 8.45 and 10.50 p m.
For New Caitli, at 8 15 a. m and 3 46 p. m.
For Dover, at 8 15 a. m. aad 3 46 p. m
For mlford, at 8 16 a. m.
For baliibury, at 8 11 a m.
TRAINS FOB PHILADELPHIA
Leave Baltimore at 8 80 a m., (Express,) 1.06 p.
ra , (Express,) 6 30 and 7pm (Express )
Leave Wilmington at 7 30 and 1183 a. m,115,
8 45, and 9 50 p m
Leave Belt.bary at 3 83 p. m.
Iave Mllford at 4 63 p m.
Leave Dover at 9 a. m and 6 10 p. m.
Leave New Catt'i at it a m and 840 p. m.
Leave Chester it 8 so a m., 13 15, 4 60, and 1 30
L'ave Baltimore for Sallibury and Intermediate
stations at 6 30 and 7 p. m j for Dover and intarme
dlate nation!, at 1.06 p. m.
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE
Leave Chester at 8.46 a m , 13 06 and 11.30 p. m.
Leave Wilmington at 4 so a. m , 9 25 a m , 13 !8
p. m ,and Is a m.
FREIGHT TRAIN, wllh Passenger Car attached,
will run aa lo.lows:
Leave Phladelphla, for Perry villa and Interme
diate places, at 6 10 p m.
Leave Wilmington, for Perry villa and Intermedi
ate placet, at 7.10 p. m.
Leave Baltimore, for Havre da Grace and Inter
mediate ttatlont, at 9 a. m.
ON SUNDAYS ONLY :
At 3 80 a. m and 10 60 p. m Irom Philadelphia to
At 7 Irom Baltimore to Philadelphia.
Tha 8 30 a. m. Train from Philadelphia to Balti
more Will run dally, Afondayl rrcrjfol
S. M. FELTON,
Jan 3 tf President.
M O I I O I ,
"Adama Express Company."
Thla Company offers to the public " Unequalled
Advantages " far the ' Safe and Quick Dispatch" ol
Heavy Freights, PaokagM, Valuable!, Honey, fto .
o, to all parti of tht United States.
Expresses to and. from the North and Weet depart
Irom and arrive in Washington twice dally. All
Ka presses are In charge Of safatnisai and reliaUs
All Packages for " The Soldlen " oarrled at " One
Half" our uaual rates.
All (code fer the to-called Confederates Btatei,"
and ail artlolca " Contraband ol War," will be aa.
Our ExprcRsci leave New York at l,i and P. M ,
arriving in Washington at tl A M. and 6 80 P. M.
Kxpresaca leave Philadelphia at 8 30 A, M and 1 10
M , arriving in Washington 6 30 P. M. and SAM.
Ex preaoM leave Baltimore at 4 30 A M. ind 3 46
P. M , arriving ta Wuhlnglon at 6 A. M. and 1 38
bxpteosei lor all points North and West leave
Washington dally at 7.30 A M and 3 SO P, M.
Bpeclal Contrast! lor large quantltki of Freight
oan be made on application at this ofneo.
All good! called for and delivered res of extra
charge? E. W. PARSONS,
'itrtnteadent Adama Expreat Ce
Washington, .uguit 38, '81. aag38 tl
rr Bale - at tale OMee.
PBIIIIOa OFFICB1, JD a, 1891.
. .. TOAtL WOOMir MAT OOKCMMlf.
Application having been made under the not of tod
June, 180, for the reime.of the land WarranU da.
toilbed herein, which are alleged to have been lot!
or deetroyed, aotloe 11 hereby given that, at the data
following Ute dMOriptloaofeaoh warrant, a aew
otrtineateof lira tenor will tu tMni. if im..im ak.
jeotlon thonld then appear.
.,u. m, iur aura, i-raea nnaer tneaotol
Maroa, 18M, la the name of Simeon Teamster, aad
waa greeted Maroh wth, l!e. '
No at.toi, for 180 aorei, lamed under the not 0.
Mareh. 1888. In tha nuii at Vr.nnw .lAlituAn Ua
lM0"1n,SrT-i2.WU KT"lti " M".
."'lTiVIV0! ",aaed under the act of
hfamn. 18&8. in tna Bin. or nth ha r v
Vanvkskle. and wai granted November M, lsoo
January 35, 1803.
e.47Jao,forl80 acra.tnued ander the act 0,
IW"'.1."' ,"JJ,t,,l1lm,of Cr"" 8. Ward, minor
ehlld of Cyrui 8. Ward, deoaaaed, aad wai granted
October lo,18M January W, 18f .
Stlo. M,8i, for 130 aerre, Inoed ander the act ol
aroh e, 1IM, In the name ol Joanna M , widow of
Jn Van Buklrok, and wai granted Augut tl,
No. 48.330. for 80 anrfi. lained nfirt. If,. ... Ai
March, I86, In the name of Jaoob rockier, and waa
granted Auguit ao. law-February a 18'i!
... I...' , ?L asrc"i ; upuer me act 01
Marcn. 1888. ip tha nimi nf lUnl.mln iAh ..
aa granted on the 3d day of March, 1887-Febraary
no. it,922, ror ao acrea, luued uoder the act ot
September, 18M, In the name of John Denny, and
wai granted beptember 37, 1881 March 1. Iltt.
No. 103,817, for 40 aerea, tieued under the eot of
Beptember, 1810, In the name of John Barton, aad
waa granted March 17, latt March It, 1861.
r-o 7,193, lor 180 aoree, leiued under the act ol
March, MM, In the naaaa of Oeorge W Warren, and
waa granted Ootober 3, 185k March li, 18 3.
No. 98,13a, for 100 oret.lnued order the aat of
March, 18M, In the name of Barnabu Cook, and wai
granted September St, 1880-March U, 18ft
Ne 813, lor 100 acret.bmed neder the act of
Mareh, 1858. in tile name of Ihomat Jf baton, and
wai eranted Jnne ftl. 1H8S Mareh la. liuii
No. 38,818, for 1C0 acree. Wued under the a-t of
joarcn, iho, in we name 01 ad gtu, widow ol J oaa
than Beard, and wat granted Auguit 7, 1880 Maroh
No 41671, for 100 aorei, Inned under the act ot
March, 1866, In the name or luiau Taeker, minor
child of Klljati Taiktr.decrased, aed waa granted
BepUmbcr vnh, 1869 March 32d. 18(11
No 49.89, for lio acrei, imied under the act of
March, 1868, In the name 01 Itufut r. Woodlord,
and wan granted January S6, 1868 Mtroh tl, 1801.
No 81,460, for 128 acrei, twaed under the act of
March. 1866, In the name of Jordan ii unt, and wai
granted Auguit 7, 1860 Match tl, 18ct.
J08KFU ill BAUUETT,
BUSVMAtWI, in (Is MiMMeml,
mrtwuu cmi nzr vovs a mvrioNs.
lupuamtaif uu aivoo,
And Uu AM BfftOl of Merooy.
It It a conveniently arranged Baas or Bilt, con
taining a medicated oompound,to be worn around
the body, about tha waiat, aqoaur arracriso all
raxra. tclurmr Us dues may 61, and 'oan be worn
tataml injury to the mod ddlctu person.
By tide treatment, the medicinal properties con
tained la the JUhd, being of a AigUy tronolic and
totaals nature, and eapalit of being readily aborted
laroswa las porta of Ou tun, oorae Into direct contact with
the Bloos and geacral dmltlum, without first pass
ing through tho'process of dlxection.whlili would
teed, not only to detract Horn their curative powers,
out to Impair the Internal organs and derai ge the
digestion alto thai avoiding the Uvurvmi tfiea, 10
often the reault or wfernei rowiUsi, and effecting a
paftttcwi, by pin-tirAv and eamUxwg Uu circulation 0
ls eilal Jlmdi, and restoring At parti affected tcaAsalfsy
condtini. ThlaBanolt alioaausl powerful" Ann
MaiooaiaL AeiaT," and will entirely reiki the ays
tem from Its iMrmcioui effects.
Moderate eatei are cured In a lew diva, and we are
eonttaatly receiving undoubted testimonial! to which
we Invite Inspection at our oOoe of their emcaoy In
as traveled oases of lima tmUna.
Price Two Dollars. Sent by mall upon receipt ol
v., w. vj vajmch tinrwucn, wuu om necessary in
tarucakmi, from the principal offloe of
G. SMITH ft CO., Proprietor!,
401 Broadway, New Tork.
N. B ZleamnriM clKtuors tent free.
Mr inu nana wui noi inienere witn mi toioier't
uuues nev 18 17
TVTKW inVKNTIIIN OF ARTIFICIAL
J.1 UUCUl'liAHllU BUKE TKKTU,
without metal plate or cisans, by
UH. S. M. hIQKHMONJ),
910 Broadway, Ntw York; aad 360 Penna. avenue,
bet. 13th and 12th au , Waahlngton, D. C ,
Calls the attention of tha public to the lollowlng
advantages of hit Improved irttem:
nor change color by any acldi, and are three fourth!
lighter than any other.
3d. No teeth or roots need be extracted, aa the
aruneiai oneecaa ue inserieu uver uicn.
3d. The roots will be made inoffenalvt and never
4th. No temporary teeth are needed, aa permanent
onei can be made Immediately, thereby preserving
the natural expression of the face, which, under the
01a eyteem, u ireqnenuy aiangurea.
6th. Thlt work net been fauv tasted, for over Ave
yean, by many of the Brat Chemists ind Phytiolana
ui uiw uiu uiv viu wuitiry.
Dr. 8. his alto Invented a white Indestructible
metal nlllnjr wllh which the most sensitive teeth oan
be tilled without pain, and oan build up a .perfect
teund tooth on any aide roots, which will last
through a lifetime.
He refcrt to the following gentlemen: Dr. V, Molt,
Dr. Doremua, Professor of Chemistry; Hon A.
Mann, Jnn ; Capt Crabtree, Vice riealdent of the
Emigration Co. of New York; Hon. Judge Wayne,
of tho Supreme Court, of Waahlngton, D. C; and
Ihouiandi of othert.
Call and examine r yourselves. novS sm
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For the National Republican.
ar A voLcmiia.
At midnight, whlie my watch I keep,
When all around are wrapped in aleep,
I think of her I've left behind.
And aak: la aha still true and kind T
When I waa called to maroh away,
How warm a kits ahe gave that day;
Around my neck ahe claaped bar arms,
Aa irto ahlald from danger'! harms.
She Invea ma well to ma la kind;
Therefore no doubts disturb my mind,
In coldeat nlghta my boaora glows.
Whene'er my thoughts on her repose.
Oh, If thou weep'at. by cars diatress'd,
To think nf me by dangers press'd,
Be calm I God keeps me everywhere,
A faithful soldier In his care.
UrlgaUler Oeneral Barnelde.
Ambrose Everett Burnslde, who commands
the expedition just sailed from Annapolis, was
born at Liberty, Union county, Indiana, on the
2&1 of Hay, 1824. At the. age of eighteen
yean he was entered at Wcat Point, and waa
graduated fifteenth In a class of forty-seven
membeis In 1847. Ho was breveted second
lieutenant In the Second artillery, and was
transferred Ibe next year to tho Third artil
lery. Joining his regiment in Mexico, be
marched In Pattcrsoit'i" column to tho city of
Mixico, where ho remained till peace was de
clund. Returning to the North, he was sta
tioned at Fort Adauu, la Newport harbor.
In 181!), he was attached as a first lieutenant
to Captain (now rebel general) Dragg's bat
tery, and was engaged for three or four years
in ironuer service in new Mexico, in an en
gagement with the Apache Indians In August,
1859, near Los Vegas, Lieutenant Burntide
commanded a company of twenty nine men,
who killed eighteen Indians, took nine prison-
sirs, and captured forty horses. For this action
no was recommended lor promotion, lie alter
wards served as quartermaster to the commis
sion which snrreyid the boundary Hue be
tween the United States and Mexico. In 1851
he crossed tho plains from the Gila river
through Ibe Indian Territory, travelling twelve
hundred miles In sevcuteen days, with an escort
oi but three mcu, bringing dispatches from
Col. Graham to the President.
Lieutenant Utirnside was ucxt eUlioned at
Fort Adams, und while thero be reein-ned hla
commission for the purpose of devoting his
attention to the manumciuro 01 a breech-load
log rifle of his own invention, ami took up bis
residence at Bristol, R. I. Ills new enterprise
proving unfortunate, be went to Chicago and
entered toe oraca 01 too Illinois uentral Kail
rood Company as Cashier of the Land Depart
ment, while Geo. B. (now General) McClel'an
was General Superintendent, and afterward;
vice rreeident 01 tne uompany. Alter Horn
ing the position of Cashier for two yearn,
uurnstae was elected Treasurer 01 tne com
nanr. and removed to New York. While act
ing in this capacity, siion after the outbreak of
tne reoemon, ne received a teiegrapn tiispatcn
Irom Governor Sprsgne notifying, him that the
First Rhode Island regiment, ot one thousand
men, was raised, and asking him to take the
command. In half an hour be left bis office
and was on bis way to Providence. The regi
ment was one ot tne first which went to Wash
Ington, aud took part in the engagement at
Stone Bridge- Colonel Burosidu acting as
Brigadier General during that battle. His coo
duct on that occasion commended him to the
attention ol Ibu authorities at Washington, and
on the tilth ot August he was appointed Brig
adier General ot Volunteers. Gen. McClellau,
who knows his worth and military capacity,
has selected him to command one ol the most
important expeditious projected since the com
mencement 01 the war.
hOtcl of Bberiuan'e Proclamation.
Gen. Sherman's proclamation to the white!
of South Carolina has now been for eight weeks
in their posseBtlon. Tbey have had ample time
to read, mark and inwardly digest it. It was
very soft spoken, and offered them all sorts ol
Inducements to return to loyalty and peace.
How many of them have closed wllh Its gener
ous ptolK-is? Not one! The blacks, on the
other hand, to whom nothing was said and
nothing promitrd, hare been coming In to him
so last as they could ctenpo Irom their masters'
clutches. Whips, dogs, rifles, have been em
ployed with merciltss rigor to restrain them ;
many are thus stopped, but muuy uro not und
will not be. Tbey are told that the Yunkces
want to steal them and sell them into harder
bondage ; and our silence with regard to them
is cited as proof that Iblt is true. Many are
puzzled and disheartened by these charges,
yet they continue to come.
How much longer shall we uphold the caue
01' the Implacable enemies ol the Union against
its loyal children? 'iVioune.
A " Rtxiuioi'ii " Coiinku One of the zeal
ous chanlalns of tho at mv of the Potomac called
on a colonel noted for his profanity, in order to
talk about the religious interests ol bis men. ue
was politely received and beckoned to a seat
on a chest. " Colonel," said be, " you have one
ot the finest n gimenta In the army." " I
think so," replied Iho colonel, " Do you thluk
you pay sufficient attention to the religious in
structlon of your men ? " " Well, I don't know,"
replied the colonel. " A lively interest has
been awakened in the regiment ; the
Lord has blessed the labors of his servants,
and ten men have been alrendy baptized"
(This was a rival regiment.) " Is that so,
'pon honor f atked the colonel. "Yes, sir."
14 Sergeant," said the colonel to an attending
oiderlv. "bavo fifteen men detailed iuim
dlately to be baptized. I'll be d d if I'll
be outdone iu uny luspect." The chsplulu
ti ok note ot the interview and withdrew. A.
An IwoitrAM Uxi't,uiriiiN , Alelegnuu Irom
uauo, receiveu iu bi. l.uuis, anuutiuees mat
twuuty-flo thousand Iiddi.i are now on their
way to Culm Irnui Uilloreui points, und that as
coon as their umval Ueu. Giani will march
with a column ot ixiy te seventy-live thousand
men lor Nashville, win re a jmctiou will be
made with Geu Uuctl, xnd their combined
urmled will then march to NrwOiletu. It is
confidently expected that this movement will
commence withlu the next fix iluju.
LAWS OF THE nMrrnn a-rsTtv,
Puied at the Second Button of tht Tfllrsy
Ptroua Rxaoumox-No. 2.
entitled I "An act to Increase the duties on
ISSiih fn Dd.lraKf." approved twenty
fourth of December, eighteen hundred and
Bt it rttolvtd by the Senate and .House of Sen
ruenlative of tht United Statu of Amertem in
UoiigrtMasBtmbled, That the Secretary of lh
Treasury be and is hereby authorized and di
rected to permit goods warehoused at the dale
nf tha nmmmmrwa nt !. am, 4- t. .l- i
-. ,.,, wl nu ,,,, fcu lucreuse we all
ties on tea, coffee, and sagar," approved De
.... .n,u-,wunu, ciguieen nunarea and
HlXiV-Ann. t1 h atllhMnn , .. k -9 .L..
duties Imposed by the act entitled "An act to
YllrftxB tltl InAteaiiaAj to,..... .. t. ..
f.w.auu u luictaavu JTCVCUUO ITOni imDOrU. 10
nAV Interest nn th ntiMtst JAt .. t i
r, "-r- w"v r,w,,w wvwt mil mr inner
purpose!" approved August fifth, eighteen
hundred and sixty-one: and to refund any ex
ccra of duties above those Imposed by eald
Ifitit mantlnntnA ba) essakll. .. !,- .
-. v-,u nvt, uiiiu ujBjr uuro oeen coi
lected on such goods already withdrawn, any
law nr nala nr !... ,n ,k .., . ,.l
7 .. r"" w " w -"" tuiurarv aotwiin
Approved, January U, 181,2,
I'uiiliu HtaoLLTinv No. s.1
JOINT UESOLUTION authorizing Henry Baiv-
jvi w auvtrps is mceiai.
Si ti rtjiatiiett hti Iho Sonnlo nt,J tr.mM -s i
rucnsaflwj of tht United Statu of Amtrica 7ri
ivjifma atinnwea, inat uenry sawyer, con
sul to Surinam, be, and he is hereby authorized
to accept the medal recently transmitted lo him
by the King of Holland, for an act of human
Itv In an effort tn hyh ihA Hla r B ...s.tdA r
Approved, January 11, 18C2.
A Remarkable Incident.
Some time ago, a private In the Nineteenth
Indiana regiment was tried by a court martial
for deserting his poet, and lonnd golily, the
punishment for which Is death. Ills excntlon
was deferred for some time, and he waa kent In
a painful state of suspense. At last the time
was fixed for bis execution, and five regiments
were drawn up In line to witness it, while a file
of twelve men were in advance to execute th"
sentence of death by shooting him.
ino prisoner was led forward blindfolded,
and the usual words of preparation and com
inand were given in a low, measured tone by
the officer In command. During the interval
between the commands, "Take aim" and
" Fire I " and before the last waa given, a home
man rode rapidly up the road, waving in thu
air a paper, which was understood by all pre
unt to be a reprieve. Covered by dust anil
perspiinllon, tho oftioer rode hurriedly up to
Iho officer iu comm ind and delivered to blm
whut really proved to be a reprieve.
Tho shout " reprieve " fell upon the poor
soldier's ear, which waa already strained to the
utmost In anticipation of bearing the last andflnol
word that was to uihir his soul into the pre
enco of his Creator; it was too much for him,
ami he fell back upon his coffin, apparently
dead. The bandage was removed ftom hi"
eyes, but reoron bad taken its flight, and lie
oecame a nopeiess maniac, lie was discharg
ed from the army and sent home to bis frlndi.
tils death bad never really been Intended, but
It was deemed Decennary for the good order
and discipline of the army to make an Impres
sion upon not only himself but the whole brig
ade ', fur that purpose the forms of the execu
tion were regularly gone through with, In pre
sence of fivo regiments, and the reprieve ar
rived in good lime, as it was intended. It was
sought, by this means, to solemnly Impress
upon the whole assemblage of soldiers tho ne
cessity ot a strict observance of duty and obi -diet
ce, under penally ol an ignominious death.
It was a fearful ordtal for the deserter, but it
was certainly better than to have completed
the tragedy by sending his soul to " that bourne
Irom which no traveller returns."
Colonel Samuel Colt, the well known inven
tor of improvements In fire urms, died in Hart
ford, Connecticut, on Friday morning, at 1'
o'clock, of an acute attack upon the brain.
Although he hod been ill lor several days, hi
death was deemed sudden. He was born at
Hertford, Connecticut, July 19, 1814. In his
early lile be sludlid chemistry, and under tht
assumed name of Dr. Coult traversed every
Slate, and visited nlmoit every town of 2,0dil
Inhabitants or over, In tho Union, and Ilrltiili
North America, lecturing upon bis fuvoritt
study. The means Hum acquired, be devoted
to the prosecution ol lliu Invention which ha
made his name known ihtoughout the civilized
world his revolver. The first model of hN
pistol was made ol wood in 132U, nhiln he wn
before the mast on an Unst India voyage; that
model Is still in existence. He spared no effort
to bring his lire-arm to perfection, und to thai
end visited the principal manufactories in
Having gecund patents in England, France,
und the United States, bo induced some New
York capitalists to take an Interest in the en
terprise, and in 1833 a company was formed at
l'nbsrson, N. J., with a capital of $300,000. In
I842 the company were forced to suspend, and
for several years none of the repeating fire
arms were made. The Mexican war, which
commenced in 18I7, was the means of resus
citating the business, and la 1850 the Immense
armory at Hartford was planned, the estimated
cost of which noa more than $1,000,001). Mr
Colt was also tho Inventor of a submarine bat
tery of great power and efficiency; and he in
vented a telrgraphlo cable (submarine) which
was laid and worked with perfect succeis In
1843. In his death Hartford sustains a beat y
loss. For many years he has been known n
the most enterprising and prominent citizen ot
that place. Ho bus contributed more than an
other man to the prosperity of Iho city. The
Colt Patent Firearm llanulaclurlDg Compuny
will continue to oporttte the vast establish
ment. At the time of bis death Col. Colt was
about 48 years ot age
AtTISU Sli'TWS anu MiSTMu' MaTta IN nit
NU'. Appliciuls for situations us master'
uiiuis in the navy are required to accompany
their papers with recommendations from Iheii
last employers. They must havo seen tluev
years' seu service, und nut bu over thirty years
of age. Acting mailers are similarly appointed,
with the exception that they must not be over
forty' years of age.
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