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The MluutMt Indians and the pillau.
I t thropiste.
I Mb. Editor i I learn (hat a delegation of
Quaker, or other religions dcnon.lnalion,Tiaa
recently waited upon the President for the pur
pose of Inducing him to withhold his ratldca
tlon of the order, Issued by the proper authori
ties, for the execution of the Indians found
,, guilty of baring participated In the recent ter-
II rihle massacre In Minnesota.
As there appears to be great misapprehen
sion of the facts, In the public mind here, as
.well as a want of a full knowledge of the facts,
and as I hare resided for the last six years In
the Immediate rlclnlty of the outbreak, and am
thus personally conversant with these Indiana
and the circumstances, I heg room for a fow
words on the subject. It may not bo Improper
also for mo to elate, that for the last sixteen
years I ham resided most of the time upon the
western frontiers, and have been among nearly
eTery trlbo of Indiana between the Atlantic and
Pacific, Including those of Oregon and Call-
iiornia tnai i negan my experiences among
I them as fully Imbued with those romance views
I of the "noble savage," of which we see so much
1 In the works of certain authors, as their most
ardent advocate could rosslblv desire that I
have ever been their friend and defender, na
against a certain class of whites, and hare
spoxen ana writien tor mem ana in tneir uo-
fence and therefore may cl.lnf to know nOSbSSSVSSSSMaWm
.m.-?h'.m"l,.ra'a1.C',"' ,,l08(!who """find Williamson, have deviled thefr lives to
First, then. people at the East do not appear
to realize cither the extent, or terrible character
of the atroclttea committed there. The official
report gimt the number of victim at about Kilns
nuxDKED I This report was made before all the
facts were known, and recent dlecoverlrt lure
added, and are dally adding to that .number.
(Jot. Jayne, of Colorada, who haa recently ar
rived, and who came acroai Dacotah and through
the region of the massacre. Is reported as itat
lng that bodies of the murdered were still being
found, and that tin rnvmber would doubtleu ex
ceed one thousand! Tie also states that the
I . worst has not been told , that the terrlblencsi of
I the fiendish outrages perpetrated, exceeds the
I worstourfearshadpalnted.ortniaglned t This
A Is an awful statement. The murder of a thou
sand Innocent persons Is a sight not often wit
nested by the civilized world. But awful as that
fact alone Is, His far from being the worst.
Theatenible manner In which It was done, the
horrible outrages perpetrated, t he fiendish cruel
ties practiced, the cold-blooded, malignant,
devilish tortures Inflicted alike upon the mur
dered and the captlre thcuo are. what give
character to the transaction, and stamp It as
one of the most revolting and terrible the world
ever witnessed I
Think, for a moment, of whole families,
quietly sitting around their own hearth- to no,
brutally murdered, and their bodies consumed
In their own dwelling ! of fathers slalu, and
children being seized by tho heels and their
brains dashed put before their mother's eyes,
and she then compelled to submit to tortures
worse than death ,v and then left to perish amid
the flames of her own dwelling, while the sav
uge fiends dance In hellish glco around tho ter
rible scene! Think of mothers being ripped
open, their unborn babes torn from their bo
dies, dashed In their faces, and they left to die
the most horrid of deaths I Think of young
girls being outraged by a score of these savage
brutes, and then nailed np against the side of a
barn and left to die of their accumulated tor
turest Think of mothers and their families
fleeing to the garret or cellar for safety, and
t1iraiTulnr Ay.j.7 .,'fu. .tnl.l flu. M.imh nf ,t.t.
1 wn dwellings, whllo the fiends stood around
to snoot any wno migiu attempt to escape!
Think of tender children being tied or nailed
up as a target, at which to hurl their hatchets
nd shoot their arrows and bullets, and after
their fiendish tormentera had tlrodof that sport,
then seising and hacking them limb from limb by
vtecemeoll Then. too. think of the one hnn.
fired and twenty-Are prisoners mostly women
and girls reserved by thoso brntes, and for
more wan a monia maas to suorait to tne gra
tification of their aarago lasts, their suffering
itortnres worse than death Itself! Think of all
these thlnCT Imaelnc. If vou can. others still
more terrible, yet unknown, and which, If
known, woras cannot express ana men yon
msv form some faint Idea of tho terrible, hor
rible swfulnesa of the atrocities perpetrated by
these savages I No scene equaling It, In tho
magnitude of Its accumulated horrors, haa eter
been witnessed on this continent. The atroci
ties of Delhi, Lncknow and Cawnpore do not
excel, If they equal them.
I Second. Theyveie entirely unprovoked. No
matter what complaints the Indians may have
'had against tho Government, they certainly
had nono against the settlers of Minnesota.
On this nolntilsceak fromoenonal knowl.
Mgc, and I assert without fear of successful
contradiction, that no Indians ever were treated
better, even by the Quakers of Pennsylvania,
than have been theso bv the settlers of Mln.
nesota. During all my residence- there, I never
knew one of them denied food or shelter, when
seeking It. I hat o often had ray own house
nuea wun mem, ana my omco noor so covered
with tnem meats thst tnero was not room to
"peniUio door when they laid down. Tho Oor-
ernnl At bought their lands by ralr bargain and
"lemn treaty, and Is annually paying them
Hundreds or thousands or dollara in gold, sup
plying mem wun large quantities or Dianxcts
Aid food, and furnishing them, at great ex
pense, with saw-mills, blacksmiths, physicians.
Teachers, farmers and agents, to supply their
want ana aaa to their comrorts. ucsidcs this,
hey havo an Immense region nearly the whole
it uacotan territory wncro tne onnaio ana
itlier gamo exist In almost Inexhaustible quan
Itles. as their huntlni: grounds. No tribe on
,he continent has ever been better provided or
'arm lur, lusu tucsu oioux.
I The people of Minnesota have been unusually
turn to tncee inaiaus. in lucir (Slate consutu
Ion they placed a provision securing to them
ill the rights of citizens, upon their assuming
he habits of civilization. Under that provision
Jioux juuiaua are lo-uay enjoying ail tne ncne
its and exerrlslng all the rights of white cltl
i Third. Why, then, these outrages? Simply to
rati IV their savagoloveof murder and plunder,
t will be recollected that this Is not tho first
me they have been guilty of such acts. The
nk-pa-dn-tah massacre of lSSOwasby theso
ame Indians, In this sarae region, though far
ess extensive. And w e now have tho opinion,
ellberstclv expressed, of one most comnetent
p jnage one wnose cnaracter na
Irhrlstlsn, and philanthropist IS
I Ion the Rev. S. R. RIggs, (authi
otah Lexicon, published by the
p Judge one whose character pa ,a scholar, a
B. is HUUVO BUSUI-
(author of the Da
I vtltutc.) and who has spent thlrttt-Jlve wars of
is n0 as a missionary among inese j nutans wno
.,.- -.... - .. . - . -
as ever Deen tneir mena ana aatocato mat
I Us outbreak U tht direct anil Ualtlmalc remit of
nejauure- on me pan oj me uovemmeni wprop-
rly puniih the perpetrators oftJuxt massacre. lie
jajs that tho leniency of the Government then,
pgemer wun mo iaci inai tney acquirca so
rest an amount of plunder with so little loss
nr sunenng to tuemscives, not induced them la
leat the operation on a grander scale ', anticipate
b( similar resuiis it is no aouDt true iiyic tney
uttu uiD.i uwu vnvuuiajini ,u ., uj tun vuuris
r secession agents and disalTectod Indiana from
Issourt and Arkansas! but tho prime causa
Fss doubtless as above stated bv Mr.'RIirirs
liioih'll 0 the Government to do its duty by
unwung tue rnrmncm.
And In the face, of these Indisputable farts.
i to the extent and character of tho outrage
pd Its causes, we now have delegations from
her olates,tir ranovetsjrom trie scene of (wn.
r themselves, whose families and friends and
datives are not among tho number slain or
tifferlng from the outrages, appealing to tho
freeiaent to repeat tnas stims tmuniun leniency.
dt per consequence, the same calamities t ana
'JS, loo, ufuu luu uruuuuui iiuropuuauiunjp
hi In the name of humanity ! I would like to
Imulre of these pcrsona'who seem to think
Ittmselves righteous above all other men, who
isde (Arm ine note juace oi wnat s pmian-
throplc and humanitarian I Who has Instituted
them the moral guardians of the President and
the nation Have their hablta of life living
quietly In their cozy houses, eschewing political
ana governmental mauers living at tneir ease,
far removed from the eceno of danger, and
knowing personally nothing of the Indians, or
the facts In the case made them better Indites
of what la right and best, than those are who
are on the spot and know all the facts 1 Do
Ohio, New York, and New England, who emi
grated to Minnesota, haro thereby become de
prived of thcr reason, their honesty, their Chris
tianity, and their humanity I and, like the dea
con who objected to havlsga stove placed in one
end of the church because It would drive all the
cold to tho other end where his scat was, and
thus freeze him, do they think that all the good
qualities thus left behind by our citizens haro
been concentrated in them 1 One would suppose
so from this assumption of theirs In rcgulstlng
the action of tho Government. Whllo they may
"thank.vGod that they are not as other men
are," we of Minnesota would thank God and
them too If they would mind their own busi
ness) It Is an old saying that " offered service
itlnk.V and we think that If ever there was
inch a ease, Uls Is one. The Idea thst they,
who have spent their Uvea amid tho hills and
valleys of Pennsylvania, where they probably
iiuicr saw uii inman, ana never aia anytning
for them elsewhere, except to write protests and
send delegstlons like these, aro more humane or
efforts nmODtT tho Indians, to elvlllr.n and Chris.
iiamze mem. is ine ncitrni or nosuraitr. and n
buuicicuij .uniuicaiarv upon inn Jinsaraiiv oi i
their action 1
Bat it It hnmane or lust or oxtiedient to lrt
theso murderers go unpunished I It certslnlvt
Is not. While our tihllanthronle friends think
It Is such a horrid thing to hang three hundred I
Tni. .-mA. .. .u.O ?.- . ..... '
t T. i i. .if . ', KC " ' i ' ffi. '"" i
the brnlsl murdering of a thousand white men, I
women and children was a far raoro horrid actl
Thelrsympathy appears to bo allexpcnded upon
tho smaller number oi miUl.i Annanit. lnnlesA nf
nnnn th bnr numXn L.J.i ini.ZiK.
npon tne larger nvmoer of innocent civilised be-
sirnas or snirenng relatives .
Indian for thrco white per-
sons would certainly seem to place thellves of
whites at a snfllclcntly low estimate I I would
snpposo that even our Quilcr friends, sharp as
they aro said to bo at a bargain, might bo sstls-
HcdwltliswAancTchsngo! I)nt that Is not
the Idem wo do not desire them hung simply aa
a punishment for what they have done, nil ij
(hi only sure preventive of a repetition of the out-
rages. It Is not vengeance, bvjt SAPETT, that we
seek and demand.
Tn n.li.An nr .llirlillw nnnUI. (I.n.n 1. .Unl.
tolnvlto a repetition of the same crlraesi-n
still more cxtenslvo destruction of llfo and
property. Justlco, humanity and reason alike
forbid this. Kvou our Qnaker friends esn hard-
that Is not all. Tho people of Minnesota have
solemnly determined that If tho Government
again refuse or neglects to perform itaduly,
fkn.dCIf,cnteJl!T 2?.T,rte? WiB-1 of
mistake about this It Is a ni eiltilmed affair
Of certain to ftajqxn at ttat tury live t They will
shoot them on sight, whenever and wherever ,
they aro found j ana what mskes the matter
siui worse, xno innocent win suner with the
guilty. If theso guilty and convicted Indians
are not execuica. tucy navo sworn to extermi
nate tho race and then tcUl do it 1 All will
agree that each a result wonld bo most terrible
and Inhuman one that ought to bo avoided at
all hazards. Exccuto tho guilty, and it will be .
avoiaeu. iteieaso tnem, ana llio wnoie uoraer,
Including other tribes In other regions, will In
bathed In bloodshed for voars to come. Thou. I
sands of Innocent Indians, and thousands of
desire such a result least of all, should the
1 r ii i i T T '
ifienua vi ma rcu iaaa acsire u.
Why should they bo released? They aregull
ty beyond a question. They have had u fair
trial and these three hundred, out of the two
thousand captured, proven by the Indian them.
$elvtt to be the main aetort in tht horrid tragedy.
They are far from being nil that are guilty, but
they are the worst ones the ringleaders. Exe-
futntn Ihflm ami nmirA Nnii anfolv will fnilnu Ti
will show them the Government has th rnwr
BU will punish such horrid crimes. Do this
and quiet will bo enanrul on all our Indian bor-,
We, of Minuesola,donotwant to bo coin-
pelled to do It. The (lovernment has taken the
mltter out of the hands nf tho St.tft mithnrl.
ties, and It Is, therefore, Its duty to complete
.no wont, iiau it uecn leu io our peopia tuey
woum wiinngiy jiayu aBsumea mo responsiDiu-
ij i uq. u uu bu uy uiuu jaw woum do a 01S
grace alike to tho Government, tho State, and
the age. In tho name of that humanity which
Is appealed to for their release In tho namo of
the victims slain In the name of the living;
sufferers ln the name of those lmnerlled bv
futnro and still greater dangers, we appeal to '
them and ns from a repetition of these truly
uw m, . VHau vihij S4tau llllliui aiV
C,t December 1 1 1863.
NE IV V II IC ,
Novlmbch 28th, 1661.
The American lelegraph Company call the at
tention of the public to the language of the tax law
on telegraph messttges, li
Section 104 No telegrRph compao) or Its ageuts
or employees shall recti, e from an) person, or
transmit to any person, an) dlipatcii or message
without an adheate stamp denoting the duty Im-
Ksed by this act being anlxeU to a copy thereof
log the same stamped thereupon, aud in default
thereof shall Incur a penaltv of ten dollars
Section tw provides that In an and all cases
where an adhesh e stamp shall be used, the lwrmn
using or ftmniog ine same siisu write thereupon
the initials of his name and tho date upm wltlch
the same shall not again be used uwim.ii
The CommUkrloner of Internal Kevcuue has gl, en
notice that stamps are In readiness, aud that the
law will be enforced on and after the 1st of Decern-
Stamps ean be obtained at the usual places of
sale, or at the otHces of this company.
Messages for which the telegraphic charges Is
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quire a one-cent stamp
Messages for which tbe charge isomer twenty
cents fori he first ten words require a Ihree-cent
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: - WASHINGTON D.
OAK 1 MIX crTIltNO IIOC8B, No. 44
prnthstrftnfsrslrett,the Great Dfttsr
ofPaahlon,wKrefouosuflndthsbitout sod made
ClotMoK for Ma and Dojri' wear that the market
can produce, and our prices, forehefipnesi, and du
rability or our goods, dfly competition, (bur
neighbor Smith, two doors Above, to loaf noted for
selllnt clothlDt; ei than any house In the cttft In
a private coat ertat Ion, Acknowledged to in" thut
our Hoys' Clothing w the best msdeandcutfoeds
he ever sswfcand, If the citizens of Washington
were potted In the goods I have, my store would
be oi rrrun with ladies and gentlemen In want of
clothing, and I ool j- wish to hare you call and ire
our beautiful assortments of clothing, and 1 think
that our prkes and goods wilt more than pay you
for calling anne Leading Clothing House, No. 464
Seventh street, nesr P street, two doors below
Ertrjbody knows Smith, but. Instead of catling
at his place, come In two doors below.
N. B I have a special word to ssjr to the Ladles,
that I '"can pleste thtn better than ever In Bors'
Clothing, as my i toe excels anj thing I ever had
3, BRUCE & CO ,
Pormerl) at OJeon IU1I,
nor 31 i.tanl Now at Osk Hill.
iV Oak Ha li Cloth I no Room.
Mr. Drue, formerly at the OJeon Hall, hs now
opened a new store at No. t Seventh street, Just
below Smith's, where he has a fine if lection of Wen
and Boys' clothing at terylow prices, he la desi
rous oi having all his old customers call on hint, as
!" '"""s " ynusivnm.iuii lum. i
XMY Mn ,mT f ood lower prices than any othi
. .inM in rh.Mip , r nonr a. rrt
' ' n.k..L
No. 404 serenth street, nesr'F.
Call and are Mr. Bruce . at No. set Seventh street
"?,' ri. k.. . .,,, , ,," . , ,
Mr. Drue, baa a Fine Stock of Clothing- fop Men
,ni1 T"' w"r ' No-M roth stre7opposlt.
city Post OOce. jlj
Mr. Drue, is the man ttfTOfee th. Bo) s la cioth-
ln?i alljo.4j Setcath stfert.
-"rTbcKiy-knows thst Mr. Bruce can sell Boj s1
-nnx cnesper tnsn anyon.elie. Na.sst Sev
,nta atreet-opnotit. Cltv Post orac.
t or Men and Boys' Clothing call on Mr. Bruce, at
Osk Hall, No. st Seventh street, between E and F.
'c,fr ,1l?."Effl";" "" 4M So"",h "r".,i SJUS
T v stK-im
g-, hand advance: op the iiiiiv nv
G tiie potomaK . i S1T1 . tl-.
," , PT0MA,C' '1 M"? I'0",. " 51'
" up '"'I"10" of their rood, but SMITH k.
"EALL, No. 301 Setenth street We are able to
sell rooJ clothing nesrl) a cheap as eier We
hare been nghtlngagalait liinh prkes tor the last
sell st low prices.
SMITH Is all the time In the market picking up
goods at M price., and that Is on. reason stun.
to '" 'esp, and we will do It, aa our customers
want OooJ Clothing at low prUei, saj we are Just
the men to sell It to thera. A call Is solicited at the
cuar cLOTiusa novse or
SMITH Sl BKALL,
No. U01 8eieath street,
nrit door below the market.
nor ?l dtjunl
M. T. PARKEK,
NO. 1, LOUISIANA AVFNUF,
Respecirully aad cheerfully returns thsnks ror th.
liberal pstronsge hitherto receli eJ
nsviogeicr) iicuuy loruoing
T.?5it. !; JSJ.J ? ruining to 'tTlSZ
If e has no hesltsnLT In Dllcltlnr onnt1min(a
of the public's fa, or
lli Price are Ueasoiuiblii
Th Work Unexceptionable;
An J particular attention Is paid to
PROMPTNESS IN DKLH KRV.
KJ-Heraember the number I
00 Louisiana Avenue,
oct 31 Sm let. Sixth and Seventh streets.
WKKf OH AVIIKIIK IS IT! Who is
" thew mon rou lhsl u ,lut ln want '
omtnlnB' ,Iie wy of Clothing, Furnishing
i Coods, lUts, Cspsl AnJthelieit plsceto pet them
ta at ,h. lll0,t popular Clothlhg House of J H.
,.,-.. ' "e .. . . .
. SMITH. CO , No 4C0 Seventh street, where jou
Icanflndthegreatest arietyof Clothing and Furiv-
. unios uooas lor Men and uoj s' wear, we can
isfelj'ssy thst our stock of Clothing exiel au)
thing In this market, and ou(reputtlunfor selling
Good Goods Cheap Is true; but the old maxim, thst
" a nimble sixpence Is better than a slow shilling,
Is the principle that his built up our (ramenie
Our preseut stock of Clothing we otter at verjr low
(prices, and we are all the ilmereiehlngnewgooJs
from our manufacturing establishment, No. 40
est Baltimore street
DonutfailtouillatJ.il SMITH U COS, No
460 Setenth street, where eu can ty Clothing at
J, IJ.SMMH i tu,
No. 100 Seeath street,
suit corner Twentieth street aud Ps. a. enue.
no, 31 iltjtnl
OAK 11 A 1. 1. CI.OTIIINCJ HUOBI,
ba 464. Se entli ntrcpl. helniv t
The subscriber takes great pleasure la snnounc-
I ,"B - ""'"i '" '
oyeutd a new store at No. 461 berenth street, near
j whK f he has a fine, selected stock of Clothing
fa r-aiand Iloia' wear, which ther hate Iml riv.
ceh ed from the North, and otters them for sale at
ine lowest norrnern prices
J. BRUCE ft CO,
sep20 liu Clothiers, 464 Setenth street,
1AM AND WINTER (JOODH,
MILITARY A.VD OIVJLfAX.
WALL, STPI'llKNS tt ( O , ate now opening
their Fall and Wlnttr floods, embracing fine Dreas
Coats, Doeskin Pants, eats, tne. A large and well
selected stock of tine heaty Overcoats We hae
also a complete aaaortuient of Business Suits, mad
In the most durable manner Ottlcers will find our
Military Hoods desirous to their wants. Heay
Woollen Blankets, for camp use at reasonable
prices iai.l, tut rjir.rts cu ,
U44 Pennsyhanta avenue, between
oe'JT dtf Ninth and Tenth streets.
rilO MAIN NO! We saythat our store In
the First ward ma) not hat e caused a com
motion, but do ia that tie are running oil an Im
mense stock of Clothing at the Leading First Ward
Store, corner of Tiventiel h street and Penni It anla
atenue, but whoeter saw a store where a Smith
was that did not do builnessl and the reasun Is,
thcyalwajs aell their good too cheap That Is
why they are alwaj a poor ( ho et er heard of a
Smith getting rich! I uet er did
We are determined to furnish alt the First Ward
with Gpod Clothing
Ft cry bod) had better come soon and lu , as our
neighbors, in a similar business, ssy that tte can
not stand It more than nl net) dna longer selling
goods so cheap, but we hate terj large lot of
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes left, and
we are determined to run them otl at great bar
gains, at Headquarters for Clothing In the First
Ward, corner of Twentieth street aud lVnn)lta
nla atenue and No 400 Setenth street
not 31 iltjsnl KM IT1I U CO
MIE CHEAPtST CLOTHINQ HOUSK IN
town i. si
L. A 11CALL & CO .
Not U61 Seventh street,
so 26 3ra between I and K.
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G., WEDNESDAMipECEMBER 3, 1862
XX X OnKAM A,r,jc.
Th. understand haa th. pleaaur. of Intormlof
th eltltens otWashloftoa aad th. vlelaltv. thai
he has lieen appolntel Sol. Aent forth. e.1rated
X X X CliEAil ALE AVD SOUTHS.
Th. suprrlorltr o( this Als Is so will kaon thst
i. demand for It haa been ranlillv Inf rtul .Inn
the demand for It has been rapidly incresalai
its introduction Into this cltjr It is alreadv used
by a large number of private families In the uiitrlct
Its Introduction into this eltr. It Is alreadv uird
XXX CUE AM AUK
Is brewed espres.lv for famllr ua. and watalna
none or the deleterious substan.e which are so
frequently Introduced iato th. raaaufactur. of Ale
and Porter to assist fenneotsllon.
XXX CHKAM ALS , .
ISDartleQIarlr recommentterf aa ov tniMsoaroll .
io persons autre ring irora the loss of appetite the
XXX Cream Ale is invaluable a a most agree a
bis stimulant, jlrlDg healthy and Vigorous action
to the stomach. .
XXX pitSAX ALE
Is hirnlr rcommata.lM hv th rianit w.ttAt
phlaandby the principal physicians of Wjishlng-
XXX VR&AM ALK
ut up in pint and quart bottles and small kegs,
fSmllV use. and Is (lellverM In ktivtoa. (.)..
city, free or chargftaa is also Ua most superior
quality of Bottled Cider.
463 and 464 .sercnth street, 1
Basement. oDDOslte P. O N
N. B. XXX Ale and Superior Cider always on
draughts! 463 and W Seventh street. Basement.
g v t r. e n n wood ".
Fngllsh Pickles, Chow Chow. etc.
W orcestershtre Xauce,
Lester's Wine Bitters,
Old Brandies, i
Madeira, Sherry and Port Wines,
Lemon, Ginger and Raspberry Syrups,
Champagne Wines, various brands,
Old Whiskies, a large stock In case st
An assortment Catsups, Canned Fruits,
Potted Meats, Soups.Condejised Milk,
Cigars and Smoking Tobacco,
London Porter and Scotch Ale.
For sale by
NORMS, CALWKLIifc CO ,
311 Pennsylvania avenue,
not 20 I tn Opposite Wlllards' Hotel.
rpOBACCO AND HKQAH WAABHOUfl E
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEALER M
TOBACCO ag SQAHS,en4 MESRXUAVMPlPtS,
Corner of rmneylvania omw and Sixth t.t
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Hat lng recently enlarged my place of business, I
am now prepared to offer to the tttli ens of Wash
ington the best brands of Tobacco aad Segars, at
wholesale or retail, cheaper than can be bought
elsewhere In the city.
LA FAVORTTA BVjlXP,
Are excellent brands, and every lover of good S.
gots i m w i ursui ,
Also. SmoTTTng Tobacco of all kinds, wholesale
nor CO 1 m Cor. Penn. ave. and Sixth it.
ll Judoe Advocate's OmcE,
Washinrtoo Cltr. D. C. Nov. is. iato.
Applications hating been made by ladies, to go
to t heir friends and families In the South, nolle la
hereby git en that all applicants must make a writ
ten statement to this office, verified by oath, be
tween this date and th isth day of December next.
Irst . Tbe name, age, and residence of th applb
Second. The date when1 she cam wlthia th mil.
ltary lines of the United States, for what purpose,
and where ah has sine resided.
Third. The plaee th desire to go to, aad the
purpose or object thereof.
The persons to whom leat mayb granted will
be sent with suitable escort from Waahinrtan to
the United states lines tn Virginia, with such per
sonal effects as shall b allowed to pas. -
No pvrson will be allowed to tak more than on
trunk or package of female wearing apparl,weigh
lng not ot er one hundred pounds, aad auhjwtto In
spection, and any attempt or effort to Smuggle con
irauana properir win lorien ine same, ana suniect
tin marts tf. Imnd .nnm... .1.. .! k. L.. 1
IUVi.llj aw HM'IIBVHUKHI UUIIUK OLOV Wat7
L. C. TURNER.
nov tl Major and Judge AdyocaU,
Edward Krcrclt' Reply to suayKnllsh
BT rOETICAL fUMf.
W hat hate we ln Ameilcal
We've wonder great and grand;
We hat e the essence of the earth,
The cream of every land
Our mountains are magnificent,
Our rivers are Immense.
And each man has a kingly style,
If not a king's expense.
Our ships are, known to allth world)
The farms xannot be beat)
Our cities, full of luxury.
Are famous for th neat.
We't e orators and authors, too.
With Intellects of foroei
We't e railroads scattered everywhere:
And one Professor Morse.
Our girls have beauty, wit, and grace, '
The 're charming, swett, and taiii
But, then, the grandttt thing w hat
Is known as great OAK HALL,
W here t he fall and winter stock of first-class cloth
ing Is now ready In extra abundance and greatest
variety All th new-st) le Overcoats, Sacks, Busi
ness Coats, Peg-top Pants, fcc , selling at prices so
low that et er) body will buy and be satisfied
J. BRUCE Ik CO,
No. 404, Set enth street near F,
nov 21 dtjant Two doors below Smith's
nKAIaKD PRUPOHAfJI r tnvii,' ..t!i .v.-
O 6th of December, ltku, for furnishing the Sub
sistence, Department with 400 TONS OF HAY ln
Ihetlrstdellter) to be commenced on or about
the 12th of December, and the whole quantity nut
In before the end of said month.
The Hay to be shipped bv wateranddellteredon
iuu tvitarvea ai a.xui sireei, ana weignea In Wash
inrton. D. C.
Bidders must state In their bids th price per 100
nsiiinitoi at urhlrrS that urlll fiianl.t. .W L...
firms msklnc bids must slat. th. name, of all the
Paj ment to be mad. in Treesury notes, or auch
.urn., nm uui.tuui.uk uia. ii.v. lur Ul.triUUIlOn.
BUS to be directed to Col. A. BECKW1TH. a. n
C. and C.H.V, S. A., and endorsed " Proposals for
...j not vu
Hojietess Cases are being Cured Dally, by Ilaml
of ashlnrroa. vtito hat . been restored to health.
uont, Piles. Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Scurry,
Nervous Couiplalats, and Female Weaknes.e., In
t arishly cured without fail.
MRS. WREN, il K street,
between Sixth and Seventh streets.
N 11 Theclt) cars I'M. within a square of the
door nov 91 lm
U' I'ICtUS' AND SOLDIERS' GOODS
FUNSTON t. SCOFIELD,
John it , Arw 1 oik, and 303 E street, near ll'illarJi'.
Full si.ortment of Mltltart and r.nnf nnmi.
Chetrons, la. Glotes, Stationery, and re&ulne
Spertu Armj' Oil, Gun Polish, Sic. Full stock of
r irrwura... sui. .kvui. lor toe Uliorino.
303 F. street, Juncture Pennsylvania avenue.
O I II I 01 II HOT II KHM,
OS I'll i: I M II HOT II KIIS,
S5 PENNSTLVANIA AVENl'E,
atn rrNNsvLVANlA avenue,
3 SOUTH WILLIAM STRRr.T, NFW YORK,
30 SOUTH WILLIAM'STRFET, NFW TORK,
CHOICE BRANDIES AMD YYINE8,
CHOICE BRAKDIES AND WINE3,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
And wholesale dealers In
RTE AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
RIKAND BOURBON WHISKIES.
As well as every variety of
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, c.
LIQUQRB, CORDIALS, Ac,
And the best brand, or
GENU" INF, II A VAN A CIO A R8,
OENUINEIIAVANA CIOAR8. '
We sl.o oiler for sle a complete assortment of
FRUITS, MEATS, fce ,
FRUITS, MEATS, a.c ,
FRUITS, MEATS, he ,
Expre.ily put up for camp use
BEST 000 D8 IN THE MARKET,
BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET,
LOWFST NFW VORK PRICES,
LOWJ ST NEW VORK PRICFS,
LOWFST NEW VORK PRICES.
US PKNNSVI.VANIA AVENUE,
S PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Between Ninth aud Tenth streets,
S P I 0 E SI
T E A S I I I
TO U A C 0 O Bill
A Istfe Invoice of th. store articles are now
belos; received, and for ssl. by
D. J. BROWN,
No. H, Washington Building,
Seventh street sod Pena. aveaue.
8UTLERS TAKE NOTICEI
Teas la x pouad packs
Tsaa la s, 6, 10, 12, is, IS .ad 30 pound bos...
Canned Tomatoes ln 3 doien boxes
Canned Peaches ln 3 doien boxes.
Pickles in 3 doieu boxes.
Gum Drops in Af pound pspers.
Gum Drops In 6 pound boxes
Rsl.tns la boxes aad K boxes.
Pepper la 3 ouace pspers aad In I gross boxes
English Mustard In V pound pspers and can.
Engli.h Mu.tsrd In a snd 1 gro.s boxes
Preserved Cherries In bottles.
Ftg. In 3); pound drums and 3 pound boxes
Lemon Syrup ln bottle.
For ssl. by
D. J. BROWN,
No , Washington Building,
Set enth stre.t and Penn. avenue,
Washington, D C.
fX) THE OFFICERS OF THE ARMY.
Just arrtred, by direct importation per steamer
Fulton, front Europe, a very One and large assort,
ment of Marine, Opera, Field Gla.se., and Tele
scopes, which I will sell a tery Utile abote the
cost In Paris. As to the quatltle., there are none
.uperlor to be had, having been selected purposely
for this msrket. Also, a large snd well-assorted
stock of Opera Gls.se., Microscopes gold, slHer,
and steel Spectacles and F e Glta.es, aulted to the
tight by the use of an Optometer A considerable
number of certificate to be seen at mjotrlce,from
gentlemen who hste been culled at my establish
ment 435 Pennsylvania avenue, between Fourand-a.
half ami hlxth streets.
My Eefabllshmcnt la up at.lr..
Olasses Jilted to suit. The trade supplied.
APPLICATION t for Duplicate baud
Application having been made under the aot of 73d
June, I860, for the reiaaue of the Land Warrants
deacrlbed herein, which ar alleged to ha.e been
loat or deatrojed, notice la hereby gH en that, at
the date fallowing thedeacriptloo oi each warrant,
a new oertlflcate of like tenor will be laaued If no
valid objection ihould then appear.
No 86,163, for 160 acrea, laaued under the act of
March. IbOo, ln the name of Rachel, widow of Thoi.
Meredith, and waa granted March 3. 1S6 Decern
ber 6, m
No. 93,709, for ISO acrea.Ut.ued under the act of
March, 18SS, In the name of Arnold Harrington, and
waa granted September 17, 1837 Januar) 4, 1863
No. 83,464, for 160 acrea, laaued under the act of
March, 1806, In the namea of the minor children of
Daniel F. MoCune,deceaaed, and waa granted Oct
33.1858-January 11, 1863
No. 100,847, for lfiuacrea, laaued under the act of
March 1856, ln the name of Anael Allen, and waa
granted March U, 186 Januarj 13, 1863
No 100,360, for 160 acre., laaued under the act ol
March, 1806. In the name of Rachel, widow of Geo
Harner, aud waa granted January 6, IStrj February
In comenuenoe of the lnurnrmiif ih wttpln
the General Reaervolr It will beneceaaar), unleaa
great economy of water ia practiced, for the Gov
ernment aoon to abut off the supply to cltltana en
tire!). All peraona are, therefore forbidden to uae the
hydrantsonPenDa)laola avenue, or on any atreeta
or avenues under the care and supervlalon of the
Commissioner of Public Buildings, for watering the
streets or pa.ementa, or for an) prh ate purpose
And all persons using the water are urgently so
licited to ( aa economical la Its uae a possible.
fi. a FrU NCH,
sep so Commissioner of Public Buildings.
200,000 Dome it lo Segars, consisting or Seed and
Seed and Havana oft he best qualitj , put up in
most desirable styles, for aale at unuaually low '
prlcea at l
no 13 OSTHKIM BROTHERS I
100,000 Imported Havana Segars, comprising the I
choicest brands In tht market. Just receU ed and '
for salt at
z0 12 OSTHEIM BROTHERS.
pROPOSAU FOR OATH Al CORN.
DtroT QuATiaMArri'.Ornct, '
Comer lath aad O streets,
SEALrp 1 PROPOSALS will b. recelvedst this
..,.". ."u3-w,tn.inneyol December, et
!'clock M . for furnishing1 the Oorsrnment with
frCO.0001 tWohund-MlthniiB.nlhtiai.ta..f n.-. ..
(WWO) two hundred thou.sod bushels of old shell-
. V" ?,t! '" of a rood merchantable quality,
Sscks to be turalshsd without exits charge to the
The Cora to be or a rood raerchentsbte quality,
put up In bars of about two bushels each.
Corn will be recelred by weight at (64) Btty-slx
pounds to th. bushel.
Sscks to be furnished without extra charge to the
Delivery to be made Id the city of Wsshlnrton,
within rsi) twenty-live dsys from th. dst. of the
Proposals wilt b. received for (60,000) Bfty thou
ssnd bushels of oats and upwards, and for (S0.0C0)
Btly thousand bushels of Cora and upwards.
The propositions for the Osts and Corn ra.ll be
on separate psprs, and entirely distinct from and
Independent of each other.
The full name and port office addrei. of the bidder
must appear In the proposal.
If a bid 1. mute In th. n.m. r. fl.M. ... ....-
of all theiisrtles mu.t appear.or the'bld will be
con.ldereJ aa the Indlrldue, proposal of the partner
Propo.sls from disloyal parties will not be con-sldered,aodAxoATnorALUoiAacs)MrsTAtroM-paky
Propo.sls must be addressed to Colonel D H
Rucker, Quartermaster U. s. Array, Wsshlnrton.
D. C , and .houldbe plaluly marked "Propo.sTs for
Oats and Corn"
The ability of the bidder toDll the lontrsit, should
Jon.lble person whos. slrnsture. must b. appen
ed to the ruaraatee.
The responsibility of th. ruarantors must be
shown by the ofllolslcertlflost. of th. clerk of the
Pfat--tl.trtct Court, or of the United statea Dis
Bidders mu.t be present In peraou when the bid.
ere opened, or their proposals will not be consid
ered. Bonds equsl tn amount io half the sum to be re
celved on fheoo.trsct, slrnedby theeontrsctor and
. i h'JP'arantorB, will be required of the sue
ceaiful bidder upon .lining the contract.
As the bond must accompany the contract, It will
beneceaasryforthe bidders to hste their bond.,
men with them,orto here bondsslgned In antlclpa
t on and ready io be produced when the contract Is
lllsnks for bonds csn be procured upon applica
tion belne made at this ottUe, either personally, by
letter, or by telegraph " '
Form of Guarantee
' , of th county of , and ststo of
, and . of the county of , and Stat.
?', d? hereby guarantee that Is able to
fulfll a contract in accordance with th. terms of his
proposition, and thai, should his proposition be
accepted, he will at once enter Into a contract In
Should the contract be awarded him, we are pre
pared to become his securities.
lJft'hi, Warantee must be appended the official
certificate shot e mentioned )
.,, INSPECTION, DELIVERY, c.
All Osts snd Corn cootrscted for under this ad
vertisement will be rigidly Inspected, and auch aa
do not prot .of a good eouod merchantable quality
will be rejected.
Payment to be made upon the completion of the
contract, or so soon theresfter as the Depot Qusr
termsater shsll be in funds
.A??t"'rorm",r ln th Hd. or non-conformsnee
with the terms of this advertisement, will enaure
the rejection of the propoaal
Delivery to b. made at th. Railroad DciKjt.orst
one of the Government t harvea In the city ol
right to reject any or all bida that he may deem too
l high. '
1 D H. RUCKER,
.. . ..Co'""'! and Depot Quarterma.ter.
nov 34 dim
fnANTJ ADVANCE OF THE ARMY,
I VJ and clothiers sre crying up the great advance
I of clothing, but we are aelllng at a amall advance
I on old prices. We have a larg. stock ou hsnd, and
t are selling them on to make mora room, for we
I havea very large stock of Clothing st our manufac-
I'tory, and are now running off our stock at less
thsa wholessle prices to mske room We have al
ways been lighting against high prices, and shsll
continue to do so. Mr. SMITH 1. In the msrket all
I the time, snd Is ensbled to furnish our .tore with
I a superior stock, snd wecsnnot be undersold by
any one. W. hat.th. means to sell cheep, snd
sre determined to do It at
SMITH Si BEALL'S,
No. 36 Seventh street,
not 31 dtjanl Nesr K attest
JP EVE AND 4CAR.
NOJ8ES IN THE HEAD.
Affections of the T1.ROAT.
DISEASES OF THE AIR PASSAGFS.
These maladies are exclusively and successfully
DR. VON MOSCHZISKER,
Ocsjust and avrist,
tn Peon, srenae, opp. WllUrda'.
Bt Numeroua Testimonials csn be examined at
his office, from dtlteas of Waahlngton
stT'All surrlcsl operstloos to restore SIGHT
and HEARINO performed not 10 1m
TO THF PUBLIC
HUtHINI! R K H T A U R A N T
(Formerly of New York,)
Haa the Name and Fame of being one of
TBE BEST RE6TAURAXTS IX TOWX.
d-d, e us a trial, and Judge for yourseir -W
BEAT THE MAKKET AFFORDS.
Don't torget the number,
'All Penns)lianU atenue,
between Tweinh and Thirteenth streets,
oar W South side.
1W" IS W INVENTION
ARTIFICIAL CLFOPLASTIC BONF TFETH,
without metal plate or claspa, by
DU. S. B. BIGEoMOND,
Olo Droadwa),New York) and 300 Penn a.enue,
betweeu Twelfth and Thirteenth ata ,
WASHINGTON, D. C,
Calls the attention of the public to the follow lng
ad antagea of hia Improved ayatem:
lat. The teeth of his manufacture will never tor-
rode nor change color by any acids, and are three
fourths lighter than anj other
2d. No teeth nor roots need be extracted, as the
artliUlal ones can be Inserted o er them,
3d. The roots will be made tooflenaUe and neier
4th. No temporary teeth are needed, aa permanent
ones can be made Immediately, thereby preserving
the natural expression of the faoe, which, under
the old aj stem, is frequently disfigured.
6th, This work haa been fullyteted,forovcrflve
years, by man) of the tint chemlats and physicians
of this and the ol 1 country
Dr. S has also Invented a white lode st rue tibia
metal tilling, with which the most aensltU e teeth
can be filled without pain, andean build up a per
fect souud tooth on any side roots, which will last
through a Lifetime
He refers to the following gentlemen: Dr .Mottf
Dr. Doremus, Professor of Chemlatryi Hon A.
Mann,Jtin.Capt.Crabtree, Vice President of the
Emigration Company of New York) lion Judge
a) ne, or the Supreme Court, or ashlngton, b
C i and thousands or others
Call and examine for rourseh es nov 8 fim
(1AMI STOVES 1
We are now manufatturlod CAMP, COOK and
HEATING STO ES. which we will sell bv the
dozen or hundred as cheap as they can be bought ln
t, ri. av n. i. un.uun i ,
331 Peon, aveaue, near 7th street.
RATES OF ADVERTIBINO.
OtiQ sqtiare, thre. days .- , . . . tl.00
One square, four days ....... ,i.25r
On. square, Ave dsv . . . . . . '1.50
One square, six day r . - ' - i. 1.75''
ETenr other day advertisements, Hfty per
Onee week advertisement charged as new''
tax each Insertion.
Eight line or lea constitute a aqnare.
AdreTtlaemnla ahonld h. h.nitMl in h nln.
O'clock p. IB. " .' " L '
rumzt aud' torn TXAVioLh,
OF CHOICE OPORTO ORAPE,
FOR rHYSICMNS; V9E,
For Femafa, Wtakly Ptxon, fltl Invatidt.
Frerf fumllj-, nt thli tenon, ihould ne tlie
CelebnteUlD Europe for IU medlclaal a&d benefl
cll qutllttei ti rentle attmulAnt, Tonic, Diuretic.
o4 Sudorinc, highlreiteeineil by eminent phri
eUni, ued In Furopean tnd Amerlcnn HotpUl.
inn hi ignit pi ine nrit unuuei in furope oa
AS A TONIC.
It heii no equal. cAuilnjr n appetite and buUdlor
up the ej-item, blnff entlrelr pure wine of a tnoat
AS A DIUriETIl,
It ImDarla a healthr aetlnri of the (TUmia anil Ki I.
neyi.and Urinary urant.Terybeneflcltl in Droptr
Gout, and Rheumatic affections
la Dot a mixture or manufactured article, but ii
pure, from the Juice of tbe Portugal Sambucut
rape. cuniTBiea in nrw.eney, recommenaed vy
hemliti and Phraiclant aa noaseailnc medical rro-
pertlei tupertor to any other Wlnei ln use, and an
excellent article for all weak and debilitated per
ona and th aged and In Arm, tmprorlntr the rP
ine Rim uetaeiiiiiig laoitr. iuu couuitq
Became It will not Intoxicate aa other wlnea. aa It
contalna no mixture of aplrlta or other liquor., and
1 admired for Ita rich, peculiar flaror, and nutnm
Firopertlea, Imparting a healthy tone to the difeiN
reonrana,andr blooming, aoft, and health) akin
WE RFFFR TO
A few welMcnown gentlemen and phj-alclini hu
aBieir.ru iir .line.
Go. Morgan, N Y. State. I
Dr. Ward, Newark, N J
Dr Dougherty, Newark
Dr. Marey, New A'ork
ur j k int!Mn,N v city, i
ur. rearer n. i, t,iiy,
ark, N. J.
uw, raiai, rnuaara
bTtNone rrnulne without the signature of "AL
FKlvD SPFt R. Passaic. N J ." Is over the cork
CTHAKR ONF TRIAL OF THIS WINF
or sale by Druggists and all firatlasa Dealrrs
Trade supplied In Baltimore by WM. H BROW N
A SPEER, Proprietor
VmcvARO Paaaalc, New Jersey
OrricE 209 Broadway, New York.
JOHN LA FOX. Paris,
nov ly Agent for France and Germany.
JUST TRY OUR JVBW STOCK OF
Clothlnff from the Peonle's Clathlntr atAr. We.
460 Seventh street, near F. They out-wear any
thing you can buy and they are sold ao cheap at
J II IIiT5,
No. 460 Se, enth street, near F
I would advise all to come and buy their Clot bin
at SMITH'S, No. 460 Seventh atrtet
II you are wise you will come to SMITH'S, No
0 Seventh street, near F, opposite City Post or
flee, to buy your Clothing, Furnlshlrg Goods
Trunks, Hats, and Caps.
The PrO PLC'S CLOTHING STORE, No. 460
Seventh street, Is the beat place In town to buy
your Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Trunka, Hats,
and Caps. i. 11 SMITH b. CO, Clothiers, (i
Call aoon and seeour new stock of Pall and Win
ter Clothing', which we are selling at very low pri
ces, at the PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORE, No. 460
seventh street, near F.
Great attractions at No 460 Setenth street. New
stock of Clothlnr Juat arrived and aellmr at our
uaual low prices J. H. SMITH H CO , Clothlere.
no wj sevrnin ircei, idq corner i wenucin street
anl Penn. airnuc
Great banalns In Clothlnir. Furnishing Cooda.
Hats, Caps, Boots, and shoes, on the corner ot
Twentieth street and Penn a, cnuc.
SMITH at CO , Clothiers, First ward. cor. Twen
tieth atreet and Pennsylvania avenue, la the cheap
est place in town to buy jour Fall and Winter
Call at the First Ward Clothing store and get
your Fall and Winter Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots,
and Shoes -
SMITH & CO , Clothiers,
Cor Twentieth street and Tenn av
FIRST WARD CLOTHING HOUSE, corner Of
Twentieth street and Pennsylvania avenue.
You can buy your Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots,
and Shoes cheap, corner of Twentieth street and
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS AND SUT-LERNs-Ha,
lng Juat completed our assort
ment of Camp Furniture, we would now respect
fully Invite the attention of Soldier and Sutlers
Our assortment comprises In part the following
Camp goods, tlx
Camp Chests for mesa of from four to six, Lamp
Tables. Camp Stools, Camp Cots, Camp Msttressea,
with all other articles of Camp Furniture calcula
ted to make a soldier comfortable All of which
uill be sold at the ery Ion est cash prices at
OhFEN & WILLIAMS,
eu2l No fi?6 Set enth atreet, corner o
Now is the time to buy) our all Clothing, at No.
460 Seventh street; v, here j ou can find all the latest
style goods, at Northern prices
Mofhol forSetenth atreet, No 460 Alargeln
lolceof Clothing, at lery low prices, No 460 Se.
entn sireei, near
A new way to sat e Gold 1 Buy j our Clothing at
No. 460 Seventh atreet, opposite Post Office, at 10
per cent below the market price, In Treasury
smith's. Nu 460 Se. enth atreet. is the cheaDeit
house ln town to buy your Clothing, Furnishing
Goods, Trunks, Hats, and Caps sep 26 im
r i ti n a i.
O A N .
riir7T t EAR SIX Pr MAT BOADi
I of the
I V X I TE D STATES,
I ( A"ioi at " Fm JtMiilus.")
The COUPON BONDS ia sums ol M, ,100, .600,
I Tbe REGISTERED BONDS ln sums of W, il,
, $600, $1,000, snj t6,a,
(Intereit commencing et date oj purchased
I FOB ULE AT P1B St
. JA COOKE Jt CO., U.ukers,
' 45i Fifteenth street.
Tlie.e Uonp. sre the
Cutirtsr Goveiinjient SECvairr
uow In the rnstket
hueiett payable lem-annvcllv
1. equit stent, st pre.eat price ol cola, tu
e) pro Cent tn cutrency
nov 25 tf
DU IUU KNim IT I It ) ou do not, call at
SMITH tt Br ALL'S, No. 361 Seventh strset
nesr K street, and buy touratlf anice suit of Cloth
lng from them, a. they sell chesp
SMITH h BEAU,
No. 301 Seteath street,
norll dtjanl Near K street.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OOP.
new stock ot Fill and U Inter tlothln(, Cuts
FunUshlnr Gooda, Hsts, snd Csps
L A. BLALL4.C0,
s. So-am Clothiers, No. Ml Seventh stre...