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on. Batler". Report f R.e.at Kraals
Farther bapaiiaat Opsratlaa. by Qa.
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ted r I HekaU VOar Haadr.d
WUM IMU aa HaCTM. Ml Behind
The iteamer Potomacyrfrom Mew Orleans on
the 7th, hat arrlred at New York.
By this arrlval.Uhe official report of Gen.
Butler concerning the successful affair at La
badlerllle, or Napoleonrllle, In which the Fed
eral forces under Oen. Wettiel achlered success
orer the Confederates, also ai report of subse
quent operations from Oen. Weltzel himself,
OSnclal Report of Gea.Batler.
Oolt, New Orleans, Nor. 3, 1803.
Major (leneral IT. W. JlaUeck, . ,. c
Commander-in-Chief U. H. Armyt l
t hare the honor to recount a Tery successful
expedition, under General Weltzel, of the prep-
'aratloa for the march of which I hare previous
ly Informed the commanding general.
General Welttel landed at Donaldsontllle,
and took up hit line of march on Bandar, the
SCtta of October. About nine (9) miles beyond
DonaMaewrnie he met the enemy ln.focei a
sharp engagement ensued,' In which lie lost
eighteen (IS) killed and sixty-eight COS) Wound
ed. Full lists of the casualties hare-been re
celred and published.
The commanding officer of the enemy, Col.
quite a large number In killed and wounded. '
two nnnarea ana sixty-eignt prisoners were
cs ptnred, and also one piece of artillery. Since
then be has met with no opposition, and the
whole of that country Is now open to him.
The enemy has eracuated Brosheyes city, hav
ing by means of tho railroad got away before
ourgnnboats 'could cut off tliclr retreat, the
naval force having been delayed by a very se
1 am Just Informed that our railroad commu!
nlcatlons with Gen. Weltzel are opened, and
his messenger has Just come In, bringing a dls-
I cannot too much commend tho energy of
Col. Thomas with his regiment, the Eighth Ver-
mont. who have In six dava opened nflr-two
miles of railroad, built nlno culverts, rebuilt a
bridge, burned by the enemy, four hundred and
thirty-live (435) feet lone, besides pulllne up
the rsnk grass from the track, which entirely
Impeded the locomotive all the wayi In this
worK tney wcro assisted by uoi. Btattord'a regi
ment, Nature Guard, (colored.)
I hare the honor to be,
Your obedient servant,
Bbkx. F. Bonn,
Mai. Gen. Commanding.
Gen. Welttel and the Negroes.
IIUDQCISTERS RlSBRTX BltUUDE,
In Caw, Nur Tdiboduox, La.,
November 1st, 1883.
Information that the enemy haa evacuated Ber
wlcka Bay, and In such a hurry (as our gun
boats were in sight,) that they left over 400
wagon loads of negroes behind at Brasheur City.
To substantiate this rroort. the nesroea are al-
. : . .. .- . . .7 . .
now, wuat snsu i uo wun
I taATA AlreAdr twice Aa tnisr neirrovs In and
around my camp as I haro eoldlera within. I
cannot feed them; as a consequence, they must
feed thenuelTea. S. .
Tbo community, of whom already quite a
number hate taken the oath of allegiance, Is In
great terror, fearing trouble wltb the negroee.
They leg me to allow them to retain their armi.
I cannot dq thla wUhout, authority from head
quarters. LasVnlght my pickets were tired upon by
some person armed with a ahot-gun. This
would make It prudent to allow only thone to
retain arms who have taken tho oath or arc
paroled. Pleas to give me Instruction on this
There Is plenty of sugar here. I have already
collected a large number of cavalry and artille
ry horses and mules. Please now organlxo that
railroad properly, with a superintendent and
proper employees, so that we may run regular
trains and not hare our rolling stock ruined by
I hare sent a force to Berwick's Bay to take
possession of the road from TlgersTllle to Ber
wick's1 Bay. communicate with the gunboats,
and repair the brldfrea across Bbtou BoeuD.
I will hare tho bridge across Bayou Lafourche
completed at 4 o'clock this afternoon, and the
bridge a. Trrreuonne win oe completed to-morrow.
Then, when .the Bayou Bourf bridge Is ready, ,
the whole road will be all right to Brasherer
All the planters, nearly, wish to make their
Tery excellent this year's crop. If I will order
back their negroes, or allow them to make some
arrangements with them.
Neither Col Thomas nor Col. Stafford have yet
been aeen by me, I understood that tho Native
Guards were to picket the road. They want to
hold Boutle Station. Bayou Dee All em and
Bridge, Tlgerrllle; Bayou Lafourche Bridge,
Terrebonne Bridge, etc. po this and throw
out pickets, so as to communicate with each
The telegraph should be repaired at once. I
have undisputed possession of this country
now, and this part of the campaign Is a perfect
I am sir, very respectfully,
Tour obedient servant.
G. Wutzxl, Brig. Geu. U.S. Vols.
MbJ. Geo. C. Strong, Ass't AtlJ't Gen., Depart
ment of the Gulf, New Orleans, La.
latest It porta front Thlbodcaux.
Headquarters Resiryx Brigade,
In Camp Near Thibodhaui, La.,
November 3. 1803.
Major i I have tho honor to report that I
vesterdav sent a force ud the bavon to commu
nicate with my hospital above Labad lev tile.
The hospital bad been undisturbed. All the
people In the neighborhood were vlelng with
each other In kindness and attention to the
wounded on both sides. This country Is as safe
to travel now as Canal street. The following
men have died from their wounds since we left
up thero i
Frank J. Smith, company K, Eighth New
William A. Jones, company G, Eighth New
S, F. Hut chins, company J, Eighth New York.
I propose to remove the rest down here on a
flat bo at, and send them all to the city.
On Friday evening, I received Information
that a company of the enemy's militia forco
was encamped a short distance northeast of
Thlbodeaux, near a swamp. I sent out Per
kins to capture them.
He started yesterday morning at 3 o'clock,
took a circuitous route through caueflelda.over
ditches, through swamps, completely outflanked
them, and took 53 (nearly the whole company)
prisoners, with arms, horses, and ammunition.
It was a complete success.
This Perkins Is a splendid officer, and he do
serves promotion as much as any officer I ever
f lsaktraa tint r&t titiv'tft rvnt TPanvinr wiirt T
.sail w HU. J"" ' sivui .v vistiug, w at VIS
puihtd on to TIgervlllo to communicate with
the gunboats and repair the bridges. I expect
to hear from him to-day,
I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient
servant, O. weitzsl,
Uric. Oen. U. B. Volunteers.
Commanding Rcsene Brigade.
MsJorGKO. C. StBOHO, Ass't AdJ't Qen'l, De
partment of the Gulf, New Orleans, La.
Mobile. An Intelligent member of tho Leg
islature of Alabama Informed the House that
In the city of Mobile there was no less than 600
men of the ages subject to military duty who
have, since the conscript act became a law, ap
plied for and received certificates of cttltenshfp
from consular agents of tbelrallcglanco to other
Powers than of the Southern Confederacy.
Charleston Memory, itft
Oh Saturday last, there were 9,875 men In
the various camps In Msisschusetta awaU ng
Tb. National Lssa In the Carrtacy!
Editor ofthi National Republican i
I find a paragrach In a Mew York paper.
credited to yours; 'with Jthe caption, "Mr.
Cbasi's Fbooram'm ron nil War itoh tox
Bakks." This caption gives a hostile aspect to
a friendly measure, and an entirely wrong view
of the reform proposed the design belbg,so
fsr as I know -.and so fsr as I have pressed the
subject of tax the bank currency upon the
attention of Mr. Chase and the public, to bene
fit the bsnks, as well as to provide a loan to
the dovernment without Interest. Perhaps the
caption Is not yours, but merely a fancy piece
of the New Tork print It Is equally snggestre
In either case.
It appears like egotism, no doubt, for mo to
say that tho British financial system which we
have followed Is a mtstsko i but the truth should
be tdU, and It Is that the British system Is an
Immense mistake throughout. Let thi repudi
ate this syftemabollsh the , pernicious princi
ple or creating currency by running the people
In debt to the banks on Interest, and by the same
act, running the banVs In debl to the people an
titrual amount without Interest a senseless and
preposterous embarrassment, which cripples the
operatlona of both parties t and c we shall find
that we hare capital In abundance to prosecute
the war against tresson, and maintain the com
merce or (lie country, witnoul ntndrance, and
that the banks will make greater profits than
It la the nsture of capital to perish, as It Is
the nature of man to die. Capital Is made for
consumption ( tho ' business of life, the com
merce of the world, and life Itself, depend upon
the consumption of capital. Every particle of
It that Is produced Is consumed, and much ont,
like food and clothing, shortly after Its pro
duction. Capital accumulates like population,
not by saving, chiefly, but by reproduction.
Every one that is born ales t but as the births
excoed the deaths, population continually In
creases. And so of capital i Its production ex
ceeds Us consumption, and national wealth Is
the result. The more rapid the consumption of
capital the better, provided production Is there
by stimulated proportionally, because the
greater Is the employment of Industry, and the
greater the Increase of cspltal and wealth. War
awakena vast energies among a vigorous and
It Is not tho war, therefore, that wo have to
deplore. In respect to the business of the coun
try, but an atrocloua financial system, whloh
forces the sale of goods on credit, and nearly
all traders Into neediest debt and disaster, to
pravlda notes and imp ror uanic discount, to
manufacture a fictitious currency and expel so
much capital, dollar for dollar, as that curren
cy amounta to, In gold and silver, from the
country. This has crippled the meana of the
bankaandtho Government. It was this, sys
tem, that planted hundreds of millions of North
ern capital at me isouin, wnicu is lost, ueyona
all hope of recovery In bad debts, and which had
more concern in bringing attout tne revolt 01
the tsoutnera mates man most persons imagine.
Tho Immense mlstako Is, that people at
tribute tho existence of the capital that supports
this srstem. to tho principle of debt enrrencr.
that, like a vampyre, bleeds that capital to
death. The system Is never tried In a frontier
State, nor where there Is but little capital to
Dieea, mat it aoca noi siuk nearly mo wnoie
population tn insolvency! and continual uans
rnptcy, with perodlcal revulsions and distress,
attends It Just in proportion to Its employment
and expansion among the wealthiest communl
ties everv where. Ills the vast energy and In.
dustry, Invention and enterprise, of the British
and the American people, which have made
their respective nations wealthy and prosper
ous, in spue 01 an atrocious unanciai sysicm
which haa mado the last century an era of debt
and bankruptcy, that ought to have been an
era of moner and security In business.
The suppression of the bank currency will
change all this, and relieve the banka from the
pressure of falso obligations, which continually
.ripple their loans and their profits, and the
people irom counter ouujrauona 01 mu sauia
sort. The business of making currency Is not
banking! It Is debt making, or mere kiting. Bo
far thelianka lend nothlntr. and charee Interest
on that nothing as money. So far they are
debtfaetorleit not banks, for they merely pile
their own debt upon the prcrexlstlng debt of
the people or the Government, and It becomee
an extra demand and pressure upon the capital
of the community, withont a dime ofextra cap
ital to pay It.
They can make full Interest In tills way, With
their notes and credit convertible, on a sum
about two-thirds In excess of their capital, on
the average but this Is much less than they1
could mako by borrowing without limit, and
lending all they borrow, at a profit of, aay, one
per cent, per annum difference of Interest, on
the free banking principal, which would create
no fictitious obilcatlons to cripple their loans.
What tho banks need for their traffic Is whst
evcrvbodv needs, and what tlie Government
needs capital, and nothing else. Legitimate
banking Is simply dealing iu loanable capital,
like tho savings banks i the circulating mo
dlum ought to bo capital Itself, but 11 may bo
counterfeit, and. If not detected, It will serve
to transfer capital. Tho man who takes a
counterfeit nolo lends his cspltal upon It, and,
by depositing tho note In bank, transfers and
loans so much of his cspltal to the bank, If the
bank accepts It i and, If the bank lends noth
ing more than the nolo. It lends Bgaln the same
capital bnt If It lends anything more on that de
posit, crediting Its customor for Its own debt as
a deposit, It lends a fiction, as baseless, as the
counterfeit Itself. When the medium of .x-
chsnge Is not at tho same llmo the tuMect or
exchange, a material equivalent, like gold and
silver, or corn, or cattle, or tobacco, Ac, al
though It may serve to transfer capital, there la
an absence of so much capital and means of
doing business In tbo community, becauso It
is not capital iiseu.
Now, this deficiency of copltat the Govern
ment currency will not make good, but Iu
every other respect It will hat e the same utility
as coined metal, furnishing a pre-existing cur
rency, without forcing sales of goods on credit,
which the banks may use as an Instrument to
borrow and lend capital forever without limit.
It must, however, bo restricted so fsr with
in tho speclo measure of the currency,
that Is to say, so far below the volume
of real money, demanded by our capital
fbr It. circulating medium, as to leave a
liberal margin for resen cs of gold and silver In
tho government offices of redemption, and
among tho banks and peoplo, to maintain Its
prompt convcniuiiuy. sour paragrapn sas,
the Government may circulate $300,000,000. I
think not, at par and convertible, as It must
bo, to maintain Itself and the Government In
I find, by statistics, that $100,000,000 Is tho
full money measuro of the currency of the loyal
States; that Is, approximately, tho whole
amount of gold and silver we could circulate
with our present capital) any excess would turn
tho course of exchange against us, and ba ex
ported. Tho Government can Issuo or circulate
$435,000,000 of demand notes, and maintain
thnn ul rut with irnM l,v rpnprvtnn. In Its of.
"""" V T" ''"-i,-(--- ;-f-.-,
ncesor redemption a minimum oi u.uw,wu
of coin, It 11 iu tax or omcrwise legislate out
of existence the whole debt cwrt ency of tho banks,
and not otherwise. By the term 1M currency
I moan their inscribed credits, called "depos
its," as well as tbclr notes Included In their
losns, after deducting tbclr reserves of Govern!
ment uemanu notes and coin, ineir real crar
Its. llko those of savlnirs banks for capital bor
rowed, are well enough; theyuro normal and
should not bo taxedi ou the tontrary, they
should be encouraged, Tor they nlll be largely
loaned to tho Government, and form the great
fund In excess of the taxes for tho support of
This arrangement would leave $75 000,000 of
coin In circulation among the people, outside
of the currency bureau, and free of hoards, the
debt-currency and loan tb the Government
wunoui interest neing .jo.wAi,ua;i namely,
$429,000,000 of notes, less 170,000,000 of coin
In rmerre. And this would pive to the rjeorjle.
for rwHfWl'wIth a stable currency, precisely all
me so-cauea - accommodation " tney nave nan
rrom tne oanxs oy paying mem iniereai ana
exchange on an unstable currency, varying
from three to four hundred millions of dollars,
on which they the people have loaned their
capital gratis. Meanwhile It would free the
banka entirely from the pressure of the fictitious
demand, liabilities of a false "credit system,';
and enable them to lend, by liorrowlng, ten
times the amount of their stock: Capital, beyond
doubt, i They would then earn mora than the
same profits, by benefitting, than they tow take
blindly, by damaging the people. The loaning of
capital by selling goods on credit would cease i
the banka would lend the capital, and buying
and selling would be dona for "cash." But a
tax upon thq notes, and not upon the fictitious
credits of tho banks, will amount to nothing.
muV Tim ARtnPxvt'iiriH MUaVt-'
The Proclamation The t'ontrabaari
WhlM Marts In the Sonlh.
Correspondence of the New lork Tribune.
Nxah Corinth, Monday, Oct. 20, 180.'.
Th. soldiers here are almost1 universally In
favor of the late proclamation. It was receiv
ed In our camp with shouts of applause. Large
numbers of slavea are used about Corlntb. Tn
th. Government employ. The fortifications and
small fortathat saved us from defeat In thelat.
battle were built by these negroes., They have
all come voluntarily within our lines, are very
submissive and perfectly wllllne to work. Thev
have their regular quarters and are marched to
and from work In order, and It especially de-
iignta io uo marcocu nice soldiers.
.Besides these are a irrcat manv In everv reirl
Ment as cooks. Almost every officer has his
black servant to wait on him. Ercry company
Is entitled to four i their wages are from $10 to
$18 per month. I have not seen n fugitive jet
who could be hired to return to his master. I
talked to one tho other evening: who lolned us
atRlensl. He said that ho had traveled one
hundred miles to get within onr lines. Sieves
generally awaited the approach of our army
to make tneir escape irom oondagc. some would
not leave at all a few wcro afraid many were
ready as soon as our armv would come near.
and aomo were so esger that they would bravo
every danger to get away. About ono half have
white blood In them. Some are so nearly white
that no one at the North would think they were
In tbe remotest degree descended from the ne
gro race. I. K. J.
Near Cobinto, Monday, Nor. 3, 1803.
WltK ParVAfjl rA IKn Jinnl.AriatijIs ms sTav na a
can learn, they ere waiting, llkoMcawbcr, for
"something to tnrn up," in order that they may
leave tho plantatlous and attach themselves to
the army. I bcllero IT our army were to pass
through the South and leave thenegroes to them
selves me rresiaenrs proclamation would hard
ly bo necessary nine-tenths of all the slaves
would take refuse with the armv. Nemoes
know more about what Is going on than Is com
monly ucuevea. i taikcu to ono not long since
who had travelled from the Interior of Missis
sippi, I asked him how long he hod waited for
tho approach of our army, lie said more than
a year. I asked If the slaves of that vicinity
xpectea to do iree. lie replied mat lr our armv
would go down there every slave would leave
tho plantations. Many would have come with
him, but had not the courage to brave the perils
of the Journey, and run the risk of being caught
ana severely pumsuea, or sens lurmer soum.
Wi, tiattA .I..M IVnm 11ih.m. Ul.ali.lnhl
Tenuessoo Kentucky, and Arkansas. All tell
tho same tale. The stares are ripe far revolu
tionoil they want Is a leader. They ore
too Ignorant, the clrclo of Intercommunication
too narrow, for them to do much unaided, hut
with the help of our army to set the rcvolutlou
In motion. It would soon irathcr streuirth and
Increase In velocity until It would acaulre a mo
mentum that would be beyond the power of
we Boumern i-onjeaeracy to cuecK. All tuts
could be done with scarcely au effort on our
A ncjrro preaches at tho contraband bead
quarter every Sabbath. Almost all the blacks
auena regularly, una are orderly aud attentive.
Of course, tbe preaching Is not vry elegant)
still, It Is simple and earnest, within the capa
city of the negro's limited Intellect Tho speak
er will talk Incessantly from 10 a. iu. till U p.
m., and bo listened to uUeutlvely during the
lour nours. una imng is certain vie negroes
are y cry tractable, and under a proper Influence,
would soon be capable of taking care of them
selves. Many of them are really shrewd, with
all their Ignorauce, and would ho as capable of
conducting tbo affairs of a farm as one-half of
our Northern farmers. The great hue and cry
raised by doughfaces about the effect, of turn
ing the slaves looso upon commulty Is without
reason. If the Blares aro all as capable of ta
king core of them selves as those I haie seen,
they will ct along anywhere.
Thero aro more white slaves In the South than
Is generally supposed, Therq aro two slave
boja In our regtincul as white as I am not a
kink In their hair, Tbe mother Is hero also j
she Is almost white. Tho master Is tbo father
to one of the boys, the master's sou father to
the other, and yet this mother and her ions were
to bo sold South when they mado their escape
to our arm. They lived near Rlentl. How
any reasonable man could uphold such a system
Is beyond my comprcheuBlou. I. It. J,
On What Tekms the CoNreoEiiaTES WiLL
Make 1'eace. Tho following are the conclud
ing sentences of a letter published Iu the Lon
dou Times of the S9th ult., signed "II. C, Crit
tenden, of Nashville, Tcnu.i"
We of the Sooth aro wlllluir to say to the
North i We will meet you half-way will agree
to a suspension of hostilities, that a convention
of all tho States mar bQ called, and a settlement
come to by Its decision, by which wo engage
ourselves to abide, provided said convention be
left to deliberate In absolute disconnection from
and Independent of Government control and
Such was the unanimous focllntr of every
Sromlnent man whom I appealed to Iu the
outuwlthlu tho past two months j for, be It
said, I have just succeeded In "escaping" es
caping from my natUe land, from my home and
an i uoid dear on curm.
AC A It U .
Oak JUixClotiiino Room.
Mr. Bruce, formerly at the OJfoo Hall, has now
opened a new store at No. 464 Seventh street, just
below Smith's, where he has a An selection of Men
and Boys clothing at very low prices; he Is desi
rous of having all hi s old customers eall on him. as
they can buy goods at lower prices than any other
store Hi the cl?y. J. BRUCti b, CO ,
No 404 Seventh street, near F.
Call and see Mr. Bruce, at No. 464 beventhstreet
Mr. Bruce has a Fine Stock of Clothing lor Men
and Boys wear, at No 404 seventh street, opposite
City Post Office
Mr. Bruce Is the man to picnic the Boj s In Cloth
lop, at No 464 Seventh street
1-verybody knows that Mr Bruce can sell Bojs'
Clothing; cheaper than any one else No 461 Sev
enth street, opposite City Post OIHce
L A Una .! l. .in.ll.ln. ...II aa ht ().. a .
rwi men auu uui i,iuiuiub vats vu mi us Ubc, a
Oak Hall, No. 464 Seventh street, between and F
Mr. Bruce Is the man to Dteitse vou iu Boys' Cloth'
lng.at Oak Hall, No. 464 Seienlh street, ouposlte
City Post Office. 24-31117-
TVAND sfc WATSON'S
B A F XI B.
Store, 76 south Fourth street,
Orders received by
W. D SHEPHFRD,
Corner of Set eoth and D streets,
Waihlngton, D C.
XX iX ORBAMJJALC. c
' The uiKjtriljrntd has ths tUasureof Inform inc
tteltliVMOWaahui(tu-'ad tb' vUloltr, lhl
hs has bees Appoint I sole Aftj$Xof $he cejettd
Th suUrtaJTtVof this ATp'.J Swell known that
the demand tbf it has bo raaUNy lacrrMloc tlae
Its introduction Jnlo Ihlt cllr- ItUalresdr uinl
br a Hire ft umber of private families In th Dlilrlct
oiCoItimbUf j , , Ji
r , ir'jd k :csWam A.LK
Is brewed ttttttnW tor rsnUrus and conUlns
none of laaiUeletenoiis sutttaae which ara so
rrequFntly.lOtrpdueed Into the manufacture of Ale
and rortrr to hnlst fenyeatatloo.
Is particularly recetaWMadpri as. atlldaawrll as
pltasaat tools ' 7 ,
1 To persons sulTerla: (ran the las of appetite fhe
X X X"Cresm Ale talavalaaUtnu a noil agrees
ble tlmuliii)t,fl,vfa( a healtliy awl rigorous action
rfhafhlf rmtdIbyflin?ulty nf I'blUdei
phta sod by the principal physicians of Washlof-
Is diiI ud la Dint and a a art bottles and small ken.
lor tsmtlyuM, sad Is delivered to any part of the
clt) free of clWge. as Is a
quality of Dottlf.l tWr,: ,
alio ioa most superior
, tt avaa asabiAaibaa. f
493 and 464 Seventh street.
Basement, oppo.lt P. O
N. a XXX Al aod Superior Cider always on
draught at 463 aod 464 seventh street, Basement,
no v 20 1 tn c t
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sgslnst Camp Mckneis
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t loners who have examined aod approved Its medl
final properties are Surreou Uencrst Hammond. U,
s. A i Aursroa General Dale, of Mass i Dr. Mull, ol
Hall's Journal of llealtht Ur.iohn Ware, of Boston)
Drs. Bellows and Alott, ofilSew Vorkj lit. L I.
Hayes, ana an in ueuicai t atuiiroi riaiiaipaia
who ha examined Its merits Tha Uiruiartl la
.nMnA.d Af Rasrl L lannisl fifmllisatavl fnrSAn kialti
placed between two thicknesses of flannel and Quilt
ed In small diamonds. Th elastic- fattening, and
whalebone are arranged so as to prevent the Safe
guard Irom wrinkling or roiling up, or retting out
oi matte wuru i lie wrrrt is tn uiuuuu. iuc luuar)
liaMt Attachment is mad of floe water-nroof rubber
cloth, stamped with a patriotic device, and affords
a taf and convenient receptacle for the soldier's
Dins ana private papers.
Tic accoruiog io su
Nn 4. Sit Nn. a. IVlfPtitsi.
: nod ftnlih: No. 1, St 60,
seni oy man or vxprns nn receipt oi in price
and postage, If by mall on Ho. 1, SO cent st No 3,
IS cents) No. s,lO cents,
icenis) no. 4, iv crnis.
5,Nou genuine unless stamped Dr. D. KVANS.
Liberal commissions allowed ajrents and uersons
sena orders io
a U. KVANS fc CO ,
Agents for the United states,
No 39C'ifa:yrjvii'street. rniladeipnia) no 2,3
BROADWAY, New York) No. BO WXSUIVQTON
street. Boston j is Washington buildinu,
Washlnxton. Also, tor sale brDrurrlsts and Deal-
via iu s'i us i airy uvuu ,
i taint.-.. y-nn.i j
PARHCVLAK KOTICE. GEO. Q. I. VANS, COD-
tiauts. as nrrerorort, to nil au orders ror nooks
publlartvd to 1h United Ststes, on'rwelpt ol the
Seatl all Book, orders to i
GEORGE O. EVANS,
No, AIS Chestnut atrevt.
V T L. U U S ' OO'ODS.
- Mf t U- .
Usee, A .
Sardines, , - fiwe
KnglUa Vickies, Chovr Chow, etc.
Worcestershire Sauce, j
Lester's Win Bitters, G
OldBrsndlei; -4 ,
Madeira, (therrr and Port Wines.
Holland Gin, '
Lemon, Glofter and Baapberrr Sj rups,
Chanipago Win, various brands,
Assorted Freten et ,
Jellies, I' '
Old Whiskies, a Utgm stock In case.,
An assortment Catsups, Canoed Fruits,
ltted Meats, Soups.Condeased Milk,
Clears and Smoktno; Tobacco,
London Porter aod Scotch Ale.
For sale by
0 NORR1S, CALWELL A CO ,
U13 Pennsylvania avenue,
nov SO liu Opposite WlUerds Hotel
rpOBACCOAND BEQ AiyAKHHOUS E
WnOLEIALC AHD Kirr Alt' DEALER IN
TOBACCO and 3EQARS,and MtEHSUAVM PltHS,
Corner of Vmntylvania avenue, and Sixth ,,
WASHINGTON, D, C.
Having- recently enlarcedmrpUo of business, 1
am now prepared to otter to in citizens of Wash
ington the best brands of Tobacco and Sevan, at
wholesale or retail, cheaper than can be bought
elswhrlntheit. --' --
LA FAVORITA BUXXO,
ELEQANTEE8mi LA TVSQA,
Are excellent brands, and erery'lover of good Se
nn a rat tn tnalt thatm. -
Also. Smoking Tobacco of all kinds, wholesale
and ret alii r
' WILLIAM GROSSE,
nov 30lm Cor. PenaJare. and sixth st.
WashloRton City, DK C, Nov, 16, 1WU.
onahavlnE been mad bv ladles, iqku
to trjelr friends and families In the South, nothe Is
Av riven that all aoDltcants must make a writ'
l. itaTement to this offlo. verified by oath, be
tween this data and the 16th dar of December next.
set una: lonn . i
rirsi. in Daoiv, ngr, au ruaiucuc oi me apiii
hecond. The date when ah earn within the mil
itary lines of th United States, for what purpose,
and wher ah has sine resided. .
Third. The place she desires to go to, and the
purpose or object thereof.
The persons to whom lea. e may b grant (J will
be sent with sultabj esoort from Washington to
in uniieu Diaics liars in Virginia, wun sum per
sonal effect as shall b allowed to nass.
No person will be allowed to tak more than one
truok or package of female wearing apparel, weigh
ing not over one hundred pounds, aadsuhlect to in-
sitrctloni and anv atteoiDt or esTui-t to sraunrle coo-
trabaod property will forfeit the asm, aod subject
me iiam u isuiirisuuiuvui uunng ae war
L. C. TURNFR,
nor 17 Major and Judge Ad.ocale.
JAV COOltK . CO.,
B A NX E H Sh
No. 454 Fifteenth (street,
GOVFRNMr NT BONDS.
ARMY AND NAVY BILLS,
COIN, CURRLNCY-AND EXCHANGE,
Highest price paid for
GOLD, SILVER, AND OLD DEMAND NOTES,
frillr IS TO OIVK NOTICE, That the sub-
J. scrtber hss obtained from th Orphans' Court of
Washington county. In the District of Columbia.
letters of administration on the personal estate oi
NLholas Snyder, late of Washington count), de
ceased All persons having claims against the said
deceaiedare hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers thereof, to the rubicrltier, on or
before the eighteenth day of November next, the;
uny otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit
G t rn under my hand this 18th day of Not ember,
A D 18CJ SAHAM SVNUUt,
uo isv-iswaw Administratrix
AAK I1AL.1. CLOTHING IIOOM,
akes great pleasure In announc
ing to his old Friends and Customers, that hbas
opened a new store at No. 44i Seventh strret, near
K, wh:hehas a One, selected stock of Clothing
f j rMv and Coys wear, which they hat e just re
ceived from the North, and offers them for sale at
in iowmi nonnern unces.
J. BRUCE fr CO ,
sep 3A-3m Clothiers, &4 seventh street.
o rf t h r, i n't ii it ii rii r. it ri ,
O H T II K I Al i)H O 'I' II K It 8 ,
' ' PENNSYLVANIA aVeNUE,
aJ PENNSYLVANIA" AVENUE,
M PENNSYLVANIA AVFNUE,
311 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, NEW lioRK,
as south williasi strfet, new tork,
c m Importers ol
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
'CnOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
And wbotessl. dealers la
RTE XND BOURBON WHISKIES,
RTT'AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
As well as ererr varletjr of
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
LIQUOIIS, CORDIALS, Ac,
And th. best brands of
OENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
OENUINE HAVANA CIGARS.
W. slio obr f jr isle a complete assortment of
FRUITS, MEATS, Iu! ,
FRUITS, MEATS, he ,
FRUITS', MEATS, e ,.
Expreialr put up for csmp use.
BE3TGOODS IN TnE MARKET,
BEST GOODS IN TnE MARKET,
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES,
LOWFST NEW YORK PRICES,
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES.
393 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
90S PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Between Ninth and Tenth streets.
A I" ILITAHV EQUIPIIENT,
TRUNK, AND HARNESS
490 Seventh street,
orrosm odd riixows' hall,
WASinNQTON, D. C.
I manufacture of the best material, and hav
constantly on hand, a large and varied assort
Military and Citiunt SADDLES,
FELT SADDLE CLOTHS,
Patent Feed and Water Backets,
Officers' Fine Sword Belts,
Belt Trimmings, and
Field Glass Cases.
T It U N K r .
. IROX FRAME,
WOOD BOX T AS.
As I manufacture Trunks extensh ely, and neces
sarily ha e all kinds or Trunk Material, I am better
prepared to repair Trunks, Vc , thoroughly and
promptl) , than any other establishment In the city.
JAMES S. TOPHAM.
oct 14 3ml
A S I I
T E A 8 I I I
A large invoice of the abo.e articles are now
being recel. ed, and for sale by
D J, DROWN,
No t, Washington Building,
Se rnth street and Penn. a enue.
8UTLERU TAKE NOTICEI
Teas In X pound packs
Teas In fl, 6, 10, 13, 16, IS and SO pound boxes
Canned Tomatoes lu 2 dozen boxes
Canned Peaches In 3 dozen boxes
Pickles In 3 doien boxes
Gum Drops lu )i pound papers.
Gum Drops In 0 pound boxes
Raisins In boxes and i boxes
Pepper In 2 ounce papers and In 1 gross boxes,
English Mustard in U pouod papers and cans
English Mustard In ,' and 1 gross boxes
Preserved Cherries In bottles.
Figs in Vi pound drums and 3 pound boxes
Lemon Sjrup In bottles
For sale by
D J BROWN,
No N, Waihlngton Building,
Seventh street and Pcnn.aiei.ue,
Washington, D C.
TUHTHKCICIVBU, large and superior stock
of CAHP1- IS and OILLLOI II. amounting to
2&u pieces, purchased for cash of a Northern manu-
lauurrr aecuning ousiness.
ILn IaI n( .'I'll
large lot of COMFORTERS. WINDOW
SlUuLl. tuScKt-Ri: OLA9V
ulass ware and other
HOUSLKELflbU AHTWLLS, Inolujloj Fsllar,
i.nmuer nou uiorr ajut jua. All kidu.oi iakj
t,ET HRHITl'RV. both new ud ircond-hand.
Parties wlihloff to buy will sste time sod money
by calling at the cheap caih store of
t. ivbiiiiiiifB ess, cuiu si.rrct,
east side, between G and ri.
n n irrui v a a a u. .!. .....
no 1 Ira
WEEKLT NATIONAL REPllBUCAN.
The undersigned commenced, In tho month
of December, 1860, the publication, In this city,
of a weekly newspaper, called the National Re
It Is printed on a large sheet, twenty-seven
by forty-two Inches, and li furnished at the low
prices stated below.
It contains all tho original matter of the
Daily National Rfpublican, with the exception
of local newt not Interesting to country sub
scribers. It will give full reports of the proceedings of
Congress, and of the other Departments of the
It contains all tbe news of the day, foreign
and domestic, markets, tic.. Ac, aa well as an
original correspondence from all parts of the
country. Tho miscellaneous department will
receive special attention, and, In all respects,
the effort will be made to establish the charac
ter of tho National Republican as m Family
Washington being now the central point of
the current military operations, groat attention
will be paid to furnishing the readers of the
National Republican with full, and especially
with accurate, accounts of the progress of the
war for the Union.
In politics, the paper Is Republican, sustain
ing the Administration of Mr. Lincoln.
There Is no other Republican paper In the
District of Colombia, or rn the vicinity of It,
and It Is believed that recent events have opened
to inch a paper an Important sphere of useful
effort. Thetimo hss come, when the actual
administration of the Government upon Repub
lican principles will explode the misrepresen
tations which have made those principles so
dlstatcful to the South. .
But It Is not only here, and In this vicinity,
thst the projectors of the National Republican
hope to make It useful. To tho wholo country
they offer a Journal which will discuss national
politics from a national stand-point, and which
will never be swerved from patriotic duty by
any overpowering pressure of local Interest.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Ono copy, one year -Three
copies, one year
Five copies, ono year - - -Ten
copies, one year -
Twenty copies, ode year
One copy, six months -Three
copies, six months
Five copies, six months -
Ten copies, six months
Twenty copies, six months -
Payments always In advance.
When a Clnbof subscribers has been forward
ed, additions may bo made to It on the same
terms. It la not necessary that the subscribers
to a Club should receive their papers at tbe same
Money may be forwarded by mall, at our risk.
LargeAamounta can be remitted hi Treasury
notes, or drafts on Boston, New Tork, Phlladel
phla, or Baltimore; smaller amounts in gold, or
In notes of solvent banks. " Address
W. J. MURTAGIT & CO.,
Washington, D. C.
07" Tux Dailt Natiomai. RarcBUCAH Is
published erery morning, (Sondsys excepted,)
st the following ratest
Ono copy, one year - I3.GO
Fire copies, one yesr - - - - 15 00
One copy, six months - 1.75
Five copies, six months ... 7.50
One copy, three months ... l.uo
kvk and ear.
NOISES IN THE HEAD.
AObctlona of the THROAT.
DISEASES OF THE AIR PASSAGES.
Thei. m.lsdles sr. exclustvelr and suecssrullr
vn. t un iuvai-n.i3ik..n.
uculiit a.d Auairr,
377 Penn. areoue, opp. WUlaros.
Kf Numerous Testimonials can be cxsmlned at
bis ofllce. from cltlie ns of WsiblDfton.
Ex" All iurrlc.1 operstloni to restore SIGHT
and HEARING performed nor 10 lm
TO THE PDM.1C
(1 O 8 1. 1 N U li K HTAOKANT
4 4 1
a 4 t
(Formerly or New York,)
Haa the Name and Fame of being one of
THE BEST RESTAURANTS IN TOWN.
Qr-Gi. a us a trial, and Judge for yourself -6
F.er) thing in the House Is of the
BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
Don't forget the number,
!4T Pennsyl. aula at enue,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets,
mar 10 South side.
ARTIFICIAL CLEOPLASTIC DONE TEETH,
without metal plate or clasps, bj
DR. S. D. SIGE8MOND,
010 Broadway, New York, and 960 Penn a, enue,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth sts ,
WABUINOTON, D. C,
Calls the attention of tbe public to the following
advantarea of hla imiirot ed s. stem:
1st. The teeth of hla manufacture will never cor
rode nor change color by any acids, and are three
fourths lighter than any other.
VM. no icein nor roots urruuo eirvicu, me
artltlklal ones cau be Inserted over them.
Bd Tne roots will no maue inoneosive anu never
4th. No temporary teeth are needed, aa permanent
ones can be made Immediately, thereby preserving
the natural expression of the face, which, under
the old system, Is frequently disfigured
6th. This workhaibeenlL.Uytested.foroverflve
ears, by many of the nrst chemists and physicians
of this and the old country.
Dr. S has also Invented a white Indestructible
metal It 11 lug, with which the most sensitive teeth
Lin be tilled without pain, and can build up a per
fect sound tooth on any side roots, which will last
through a lifetime.
He refers to the following gentlemen i Dr. V Mott
Dr. Doremus, Professor of Chemistry) Hon A.
Mann, jun.t Capt. Crabtree. Ice President of the
Fmlgratlon Company of New Vorki Hon. Judge
Wayue,of the Supreme Court, of Waihlngton, D
C.t and thousands of others.
Call and examine for yourselves. nov &-4m
CAMP STOVES I
Wearonow in-inufncturlndCAMP, COOK and
HEATING STOV4.S, which we will sell by the
doien or hundred as cheap as they can be bought In
Baltimore. E.1I fcH. I.GRLGORY.
nov is 331 Penn. avenue, near 7th street.
PEKR'H I1HBHOI WINE.
rear, abo roua tbabsolb.
Of CHOICE OPORTO ORAPE,
FOB PHYSICIANS' ViF,
Femalen, IVsajUy JVrsons, .and ImatM.
Kvery family, at this season, should dh tha
Celebrated tn Europe for its medicinal and benefi
cial qualities aa a gentl Stimulant, Tonic, Diuretic,
ana auaonnc, nigniy csiecmea Dy eminent pnysi
clans, used tn Furopean and American Hospitals,
ana Dy.some oi in nrsi ismiiie in a-arop ana
A8 A TONIC,
It has no equal, causing an appetite and building
up the system, being entirely a pure wine of a moit
AS A DIUHFT1C,
It Imnarts n healthy action of the Glands and Kid
neys, and Urinary Organs,Try beneficial In Dropsy
Gout, and Rheumatic affections.
3 PEEK'S WINE
Is not a mixture or manufactured article, but Is
pure, from the Juice of the Tortugat Sambucus
grape, cultlratea tn New Jersey, recommended by
Chemists and Physicians as possessing medical pro
perties superior to any other Wines In use, and an
excellent article for all weak and debilitated per
sons and the ared and Infirm. Improving the appe
tite and benefiting ladle and children
A LADIFS WINE,
Because it will not Intoxicate as other wines, as It
contains no mixture of spirits or other liquors, and
Is admired for Its rich, peculiar flavor, andnutntlre
rropertles, Imparting a healthy tone to the digest-re-nrgaos.anda
blooming, soft, and healthy skin
WE REFER TO
A few well-known gentlemen and physicians who
diTe inn ii e wine;
Gen.WlnQel 1 Scott, U SA.
Got. Morgsn, N.Y. state.
Dr.J R Chill in, N.Y City.
Tbs Vataratr al. V fHtw
Dr.Ward. Newark, N.J.
Dt Dougherty. Newark
Dr. Marcy, New York.
aXK, II. al.
iir. raisi, rmiaaa.
Ex"Noa. renuln. wtthout th. sbxosture of "AL
FRED SPEI.R. Psissle. N. 1 ." Is orer the cork ol
EJ-MAKE ONE TRIAL OF THIS WINE.
I or sale by Druxxlsti sod all nnt-clsss Dealers.
A. SPEER, Proprietor.
Vibxtabd Psissle, New Jersey.
Orncx 203 Drosdwsy, New York.
JOHN LA FOY, Psris,
nor s ly Agent for Frsnc. and Germsny.
CITIZENS OF WASHINGTON,
OFFICERS OF THE AKMV AXD NAVY.
Tb. old and established Emporium of Clothtnx,
that hss, for so many yesrs, supplied the cltliens
of Washington and vicinity with all that Is es
sentlsl for th. .leasee, ahd comfort of the outer
man, Is now supplied with th. most complete and
fsshloaabl. stock that we have ever hsd the pleat,
ure to offer.
COATS, PANTS, and VESTS of th. molt desira
ble styles that could be found In th. market.
HOSIERY, GLO VFS, ac , csonot be surpsned snd
will be sold t prices thst do not sllow of compe
tition. LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVFRCOATS.
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVFRCOATS.
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY 0FRCOATS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DR1 SS COATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VFSTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VFSTS.
LARGE STOCK MIUTARY VLSTS
GOODS OF ALL DESCRIP
TIONS. VALISES, CARPET-BAGS, Ac.
Our stock of BOYS' and YOUTHS' CLOTHING
Is tb. Isrxest son most isanionsoi. insi ass ever
been offered tn this city, and at the lowest prices
icy can possibly ne ooismea in tnii city.
t- Call and see us st ODEON II ALL, corner W
street and Pennsylvania avenue, the Great Cloth
lag Mart of Washington city,
nov 1 every Tues, Thurs, a Sat
J VST TRY OUR NEW HTOGK OF
Clothing from tbe People's Clothing store, No.
40 seienth street, near Y. They out-wear any
thing ) ou can til) aod the) are sold so cheap at
4 II aiiaia a a,
No. 460 seventh street, near F.
1 would advise all to come and bur their Clothltur
at SMITH'S, No. 460 Seventh street.
IMou are wisejou will come toSMITU'S, No
so Set enth street, near F, opposite City Post Of-
flee, to buy )our Clo
Trunks, Hats, and Caps,
aUUalUKt tUrUlllllUg laVSJUl,
Th PrOPLE'S CLOTHINU STORF- No. 4W
Seventh street. Is the best place tn town to bu
your Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Hats,
anu vaps j. ii. atmii. - -w , viutmif, -
Call soon and see our new stock of Fall and Win
ter Clothing, which we are selling at tery low pri
ces, at the FEOFLK'S CLOTHING STOKF, ISo. 460
sevenin sirecr, near r .
nt iti-sirstlftni at No 460 Sti enth street. New
stock of Clothing just arrived, and selling at our
usual low prices J H. SMITH fc CO , Clothiers,
no w aevcniu siren, uu punier wruiinu mtri
and Penn. avenue.
ureal nargaina in iiouuug, i-uriu"niDg uiwui.
street and Penn. at enue.
IJDUll, 11 lit DIlVtTBJ, uu S11W (VWIISVI Ul
SMITH at CO , Clothiers, First ward, cor. Twen
tieth street and Pennsylvania avenue, Is the cheap
est place In town to luy )our (all and Winter
Call at the First Ward Clothing store and get
your Fall and Winter Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots,
SMITH fc CO , Clothiers.
Cor. Twentieth street and Penn, ar
HRST WARD CLOTHING HOUSE, corner of
Twentieth street and Pennsylvania avenue.
You can buy your Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots,
and Shoes cheap, corner or Twentieth street and
sep 36 8m
rmioMAB B. 1-i.ovu,
ATTORNEY OU CLAIMANT,
AND AOZXT VOU PROCUHINO
Bounty Lands, Pensions, Arrears
or Pa) , Extra Pa) , fca ,
WASHINGTON, D. C, '
Will Kite prompt and efficient attention to the
eroscution of claims of every description against
The Government, end make no charge unless suc-
"lothreferences and charges for servloes will be
rj- Pensions secured for soldiers wounded or dis
eased during the existing war also, for the widows
and orphana of soldiers who hat e died from wounds
or disease incurred while tn the United ststes ser
vice! also, Bounty Money for the helrt-ln-lsw of
soldiers deceased during tne existing war
Fees divided with attorneys or other persons for
The highest prices paid for Land Warrants.
THOMAS E. I LO D.
Attorney for Claimants,
No. 416 seventh street,
N, B. Editors of papers publishing the abovecard
will be entitled to my sen Ices to the amount of
their charges. T. -e- fc.
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