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DR. M. VJELLNY'S Private Hospital, In the
Federal Block, corner of BeTfnth and F etreete,
opposite the roetend Patent Offices. Rooms
and 24, np atalrt, Washington, D. C.
AH iMatM of a private nature treated In the
moat scientific manner, and radical curea ef
fected In all cases. SYPHILITIC1 AFFEC
TIOXS, OOXORR11CEA, QLEET, STRICT
URES, SESHXAL WEAKNESS, or the mult
of VOLUPTUOUS DREAMS, .or any weak
nm of the OEXERATIYE OROAXStnm any
cause whatever, or how long standing, thor
oughly and radically cured) also OOUT,
RHEUMATISM, XEURALOIA, and other
OUR OHIO DISEASES of the XER YES, MUS
CLES, SOXES and JOIXTSi SCROFULA,
BLOTCHES on the FACE, ERUPTIOXSou
Xt.LliIBS.ni BODY, and all other ERUP
TIVE DISEASES and DISEASES of the
BLOOD, from vSatever cauu thty may ftavt
AFFLICTED AND UNFORrUNATC!
No matter what your d!eeaie,let no falsa del
Icacy prevent yoa from applying Immediately
to Dr. Vellny, -who la acknowledged to be by
far the mostBUCCESSFUl. PHYSICIAN In the
treatment of private diseases. Fear not to come
and make known your misfortunes, and he will
apeedUy send von on your way rejoicing.
That dreadful scourge of the young, Indulged
In when alone, destroys the generative
organs, units you for married life, producing
weakness of the back and limbs, loss of antma
tlon and muscular power, palpitation of the
heart, nervous Irritability, loss of memory, mcl
aucholy habits, Insanity, consumption, and
TOUNO MAN I In view of the dreadful con
sequences of delay, do not fall to make your
C4U known, Immediately, to Dr. Vellny. Tour
secrets with him are sacred, and you may con
fldently rely npon bla medical skill.
Thousands whoae systems were shattered and
who were on the brink of the grave, hare been
brought back to rigorous health by hta skilful
Married persons, or those contemplating
matrimony, who inspect themselves of lmpo-
tency, seminal weakness, or any disease arising
from a relaxed state of the genital organs,
whether the result of disease, Injury, youthful
Indiscretions, or Indulgence of the passions in
riper yesrs, are earnestly entreat&l to place
themselves under thecareof Dr. V. Iheymay
rely with certainty upun a epvjj ritro.and up
on being restured to full health und ltfnr.
He treats with entire success all diseases nl
females, audi a LEUCORJWEAor WHITES,
LAPSUS UTEHI, Ac., Ac., and lneerycao
guarantees a (rrfect CURE.
FEES moderate, and VISITS and COMMU
NICATIONS Mrlctly PRIVATK and CONFN
r.PMTT a l I
Persons calling are no one but the Docmu. i
Tl.,. !.. " . - , I
Those at a distance may be the vtkd by mail,
by sending a STATEMENT of CASE. Ax.. Ac.
I.J.I A M PITCH,
ATTORXEY FOIl CLAIMAXTS,
rORSER OP BEVZITH AI T ISTKrETH,
(tppotlte the Pott Office,
WASHINGTON, D. C,
Prosecutes Claims for Pensions, Bounty Money, i
Bounty Land Warrants, Lost Property, Recruiting
Officers, iu.d all other Just Claims against the Go,
Also. Patents procured for Inventors.
Special attention given to cases before the Court
Fees reasonable in all cases, to wit: i
In each Pension case, $5 w '
Bounty Money case, a u)
Bounty Land case, ... 6 oo
Pay Claim, . 3 oo j
Widows and minor children who are poor, half !
the abore rates. Those who are EXTacMCLV in-i
DiotM t, free of charge, except mere dlsburssments
Correspondents will be entitled to shsre the fees '
In all cases they forward.
Consulting counsel, Hon. R. II. GILLET, lite
United States Solicitor of the Court of Claims and
former Solicitor of the Treasury. ,
Special Reference by Permlulom '
Hon. Richard Wallach, Mayor of Washington.
Hon. W. W. Seaton, ex-Ma) or of Washington. '
Lewis Johnson . Co., Bankers, Washington. '
Sweeny Huyck, Bankers. Washington
Ex-Go. eraor Hunt, of Lockport, lw ork.
Judge Uardloer, of Lockport, New Tork.
UW..VUU uihnq, tuaia eeaaior, JJUoalo, Ji, V
H'm.Burt Yanhorn. memher nf' rnn.r.:. f
New ork. i
Hon, G. W, Clinton, Judge Superior Court, Buf.
Maaars. Hnhfate a. D.tI, rAimi.iir... n, ,,.. "
N. V. ' ""
Judge Bowen, of Lockport. New York
Judge Woods, of Lockport, New York
Hon. T. T. Flaglsr, ex-mtmber of Congress from
?J?LJo5n PBwn President 0 the New York ,
and Erie Bank, Buffalo, N. Y '
cct 3S 2m
r, OOUOII CANDY 1
And all indolent ttaaet at C-inrt,r-,tt
Tor sale, wholesale and rstall, by
O. BQ3WELL, Dnigcltt,
Cor. Maryland a. enue and Seventh st ,
And z. D GILMAN,
renn. avenue, near Browns' Hotel
SMiiS AlJtn w B. Entwlslo,
?'?'?"JiV John R. Major,
H'H. Meherion, J, W. Nilrn,
3. C. Ford, 3 d O'Doonel.
J P. Milburn, j p Dawson,
Charlea stott, d G. Rldgely
In Georgetown by Kidwell, Sothoron, ScUiell,
And by Druggists and Sutlers gtuerally.
pOHTABI.K MILiLS FOIt THE ARMV,'
Orricc or Dent Commiisamv
or SuasisTgni e,
W aahlngton, D. C, Nov , Mi
AiKL0,l",M.iS,,luf,ctureri ra 'ovlted till the
He1 -H50lmbfJ. .W2; t0 Pat mode's and ismples
?h.'u. oVfhJ Tarmy'" rriDllDR whMt ,n4 " tor
mfJSSPK..11 MMI conditions the
mills must combine to receiv e consideration when
P""" bJ PlMi speculation, model and sample
1st. Plot to weigh over twentr-five pounds.
3d TL grinding surfaces to te U ivri u
groored vhllled iron or steel, and ltt vuri 111
tructlou of the mill to be anslsaou to 11,11 ,f
3d Earn mill to becipableof grlndli,K& puunda
of fine flour t bieal per hour, and to l L-nnnLI, t
bring woiked by one in a 11
4th Laeli mlfl to be ao constructed, if ucieiMiir
that It can be fcaMna.rat.wt tiitsi ttVAnnri.r.1 .....:,!
,""i'i "io urn veirriHi uy iwo men suouid ine
Isogthof march, lack of transportation, or latlgue
i me men, or OUier c-.ue render Itscarrlatie tent
the men. Cir other niiH rn.1iF ita n.eFii1,a T
UAPIAII. .-. An a M- "
till Fsch lulll to be capatile ul belli.- allaiheil t.i
a WSKQntonmie liram hnfl ma i sl.nL i.r I,.i..
Inventors will submit plana abeeitlcatlonu. or mod.
els of their mills, or sauiDle ofthe mill itkir. tn ti.
presencsof a board of officers Iherwlll be ip-
quired to present Indisputable eridences of Ihelr
wills combining the essential conditions abuVe
fianHV V. .ean .am VWrU
If a mill be iiresented Li-iiit.., tsir... n w .v
s,niIIMrtn. .n,l It. .:. ' i"""i" ""." "''
.ntr.-opuconot ri.riv.is.irswsssr i
purchase, a large number win
i wnrraui in
rj protmbly U
iougni ior tne use oi ine army
Fnr further lniYirmatinn utii.H .1 k. ,. , . . IIie28th day oi jsovemDer, looj, ne lound treapasa
Washlniton DgrmUon iI',' at No ' V1 , "P0" l enclosure, a TMRK BAY HORSfT, ap. !
waswngton, v u no8(i i paiy ofthe age of ten years, In poor condition.
J at am nnflnrnn i-i,i. &.,..
An EFmiXFTHwattJ UP
Fall and Winter CLOTHING, which we ri,
sailing at vary low prices, at
L,J' If ALL CP '"
No. 4I Seventh street.
epS6 am between I and K.
-)AL.TlMOm AND OHIO RAUJIOAD.
Passenger Trains from Washington.
THE PASSENQER TRAINS
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, AND THE Will
will run as follows:
;tn Daily Trains to Wathlngton end th Wttt.
Tin Dally Train Utrm Wath'n .nd (As Wttt.
On Sunday; Ihrtt train to BeJtimortand onttolht
II ss follows! 1.40 . m., snd and a p. m.
Psiscnrer. for the West make close connections
at Washington Junetlon(Reley) with the Baltimore
snd Ohio railroad, for all points West, el toicer rotes
for DiUadclphUtnd Set York- Leare We.hlnjion
ate a. m ,11 a. m., and 6 p. m.
For Annopoll Leave Washington at a. m. and
1 30 p. ra.
FOR ALL POINTS WEST,
and Stations alone the Baltimore and Ohio Rallrosd
leave Wa.hlnrton at and 1.40 a. ra., and 1 p.
m snd on Sundays at a so p. m.
TRAINS MOVING SOUTH
Leai e New York at 7 a. m., Philadelphia at It JO
a.m.. Baltimore at 14J p.m. Arrlre at Washing,
tonatoaop. m. M ., , .,
Leave New York at p. m , Philadelphia at 10.60
p. m., Baltimore at 4 so a. m. Arrive at Washing
ton st G 30 a. m.
Leave New York at 11 p. ra., Philadelphia at SJO
a. m., Baltimore at 7.40 a. ra. Arrlre at Washing
ton at 9 sa a. m. . . BOS;
Local Accommodation Trains leat e Baltimore at
10 a. m. and Mo p m., for Washington; arrive there
at U a. m. and 7 p. m. ,
On Sundsjs at 4 Jo and 7 40 a. u., only, from Bal
timore. . ,,,
No Annapolis connections on Sunday from Balti
more or Washington.
Passengers leaving Washington at e and 7.40 a m.
snd a p. ut., make connections at Washington June
lion ( Kelsr) wltn trains on the Baltimore and Ohio
railroad, for sll points west of the Ohio river and
for all points along the line of the Biltlmore and
Ohio ruad. In Mar) land and Virginia.
Trains leave Annapolis for Baltimore snd W a.h
Ington dally, ecept Sundays, at o 41 a. m , and 3 40
p in .....
rai.eneer Trains leering v enuagioa i . . ,
lis m , and a p. m., and Baltimore st 430snd7.4d
a m ana s w p. m , stop uhij i auuk,... ..
Washington Junctions. m
t sv Psiieneers must teke the Accommodation
Trains only W. P. SMITH,
nor 17 Msster of Transportstion.
DAMS KXPHKSB COMPASV,
Offlteait pnn. tTtuut.
Washington City, D. C.
OREAT EASTERN, NORTHERK.and WEST
ERN EXPRESS FORWARDERS.
Merrliei.iUse, Money Jawelry, Valuable,
jtolee, Stock. Bonds, AC,
fn... tut .!), a PPTI- IMn niIaVrPll tn all
accessible sections of the country. Thli Company
has Agencies in me principal railway rowni in .ne
NORTH, EAST, WEST, AND NORTHWEST,
Its m-lneMoai omen are
wasiiixgtox,d. c, -v. tore, bostox,
CIXXATL ST. LOUIS, LOUIS
Connections are made at New York and Boston
with lines forwarding to the Canadis and the
BrltUh Provlnces.endwlth steamship lines to Liv
erpool, Southampton, and Havre, and thence by
European expresses to all prominent commercial
ton na in C.rt Britain and on tne Continent.
Collect, on of Notes, Drafts.and Bll
accessible parts of the United Statea,
Collection ot Notes, uraits, and urns roaae at an
C. C. DUNN, Agent,
Washington, D. C.
COM KM .fc imowx,
SOLICITORS OP PATENTS AND CLAIMS
ItniiiilUt), lculttut Buck r- Offlcera
Iterriillluir, and U oilier Jut Claims,
iiifiiliiat the Ootrrnmiale
OKFKE-No. 70 SEVENTH STREET,
Washingtoh. D. C,
( Ami Xo, a Iirk Place, corner of JJroadmiy,
opMnite City Iall, Xew 2 or Jc,
llrfcra, by pcmttatlon, to
Horn. lUnnlbal Hamlin, Mce President, Me.
Martin If alhtletlach. Munr Cltv at BpnAklvn 1 Aht-
JhManu,JreworV Cityi John N. Goodwin,
M I'- Me ; Thorns. M. Edwardx, M. C. N. II., Ed-
WirJ n nuini, M. C, N. II i Ales. II. Rice, M.
c'' Mass ; John B. Alley, M. C., Mm., Alfred a.
Burnham, M. C, Conn Dwlght Loomls, M. C,
conu.t John A Gurler, M. C., OhloiJames M.
Ashler, . C, Ohloi Sidney Edcerton.M. C, Ohloj
jnnn jiwcnins, m. -.. uaioi.uno v.uiuu, in. .,
... I-.'.....' . M ,- .. V.i ' re
1 rn 1 nooeri iMcrknigm, w. --, n.icuiuu a. wui
I rill. M. C. Vt. 1 John T. Potter. M. C. Wis 1 Z.
I inanaier, ."!. l.., Jiicn.j imn . -"'t -i
lozg, M C , Ill.t John T. Nixon, M. C, X. J.t John
L. N. stratton, M. C , N. J.t P. B. Fouxe, Pi. u,
1 ill.) Owen Lovejoy, M. C, lll.i F. P. Blair, Jr., M.
C, Mo 1 Elbrldge U. Spauldlng, M. C. N. Y.( Al
fred 1 ly, M. C, N. Y.) Major General II. B. Dur-
. tent r wrckon. ESQ
1 Bink i Shepherd Knapp, Fsq,
Warranted Gold Band Window Shades. Buff,
Green, and Blue Holland Shades, all slits, made to
Also, a handsome assortment of Picture Cord and
Tassels, all sires and colors.
Purchasing for cash, and allowing no old stock to
accumulate, persons needing the above goods will
nna 11 10 ineir auramaga 10 gire me a can.
All work executed and auDerlntcnded br cractlcal
men, who hat e served a regular apprenticeship at
Satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay required.
Remember the number.
No. 460 Seventh street,
Eight doors above Odd Fellows' Hall
nov 36 1 y
rPEKTIII TEETH I
M. LOOMIS, M. D, the Inventor and patentee
of the Mineral Plate Teeth, attends personally at
hla office in this city.
Many persons can wear these teeth who cannot
wear others, and no person can wear others who
cannot wear these.
Persons calllns at rov office can be accommodated
with any style and price of Teeth they may desire)
but to those who are particular, and wish the pur-
0Ul ,0 n8e whw art particular, mu wii mo our-
est, cleanest, strongest, and most perfect denture
that art can produce, the Mineral Plate will be
more fully warranted.
Rooms in tbla city No. 338 Pennsylvania a. e
nue, between Ninth and Tenth streets. Also, 907
Arch street, Philadelphia mar 19 ty
III OX IlALLt
30 I'ruusjli aula Avruut,
Wluttaale and Retail Dialer in
FINEST FAMILY' UltOCEKIEM,
FRFVCIfanJ OERMAX WIXES,
I.IQUORt, CORDIALS, CUAMPAGXFS,
BR AH I) Y, RUM, G IX,
CIGARS wut TOBACCO,
Has now on h an J
a terj n antntment of the aboe,at fair prices
lid. 28 TTtMf
I WAL.1 aC CO. hat eon consign
ment, at their Rooms in iherearoi
1 heir Auotion Roams, a tery large and exten-
rillt Slock OI ALL KINDS OF KUHN1TUKF.
HOLSEKrrPINO AHTICLJ-S.&c, comprising-
.Mnisijgai,. ainm ana nam arurobes,
IV ftlmil, Mahogany and Plain Bureas,
feniti Llnd, Freuui Cottage, Plain and other Bed-
;;?"." 7..' .'"" ""' , A ,, ,
Jvl"ut and Mahogany 1 et-a-ttes and Sofas,
'"""n nne woou-seai nouitcrsauu v.nairs,
I Hair, Shm.lt Mattra.ii.es, bolsters and Pillows,
i nrnets, reailier Ueds Bolsters and Pillows.
With a laricf variety of all other icoods In tne
u ml-Mil line, all of whUh will be sold at the
I ery lowest i rices to close out the stock.
" L " ALL & CO , Auctioneers,
Corner Pa a enue and Ninth at.,
uoa-Vw South aide.
DlHTItlOT OF rOLUMIUA,
CITY OF WA8HINOTON.
Personally appeared before the subscriber, a Jus
Ike of the peace in and for said tount), William
Uovd. and made oath. In due form of law. that, on
uifiiurir i jisji urnuum. turn u-mr vw 'wncrs
'eof can have thesame.byprovlngproperty and
pacing all legsl charges,
' ' s B ' WM. BOVD,
cf Va. avenue and First street
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
dec 3 J, H. Johhsok, V, I. Il.s.J
. - Mfttl
A RMY SUPPLlEs,. r
On ut or tuc Ciiitr QvAftttnMASTCii,
Washington. September 80, 1SS2.
pnnpnaAtJi r. inviTd for furnlshluc for the
use or the array of the Potomao the following ar
tteleeti .. ..
1.000 tons best quauty nawnar nay. cunir
baled, the weight ot each bale to be
3,000,000 bushels of Oats, of the best quality, In
strong sacks, well sewed
7,000 cords Oak and Hickory wood, wen sea
toned and of the best quality.
r.en WA mnet has aJUWimtlaMssed hV the fndone-
tnent of two responsible persons that the contracts
If awarded will be fulfilled.
Bids will be opened from time to time as the ar
ticles may be needed, and contracts will be awarded
for the quantities needed, te the lowest responsible
bidder up to the time of opening. ,
The right Is reserved to acoept all or any part of
Proposals should be endorsed " Proposals for Hay
or Oats," or " Wood," as the ease may be, and en
close In separate envelopes.
nut ua itiunta.a,
Lieut. Col. and A. D. C, CMf f Quartermaster.
Bvkeau or Yards and Docks,
24th November, ISO.
SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "ProposaU for
building house at Naval Hospital, New lork,"
will be received at this office, until noon on the
zad day of December, 1983, for furnishing all the
materials and workmanship required In construct
log a house for a Surgeon, on the Naral Hospital
grounds at Brooklyn, isew York, according to plans
und specifications which are lodged with the Civil
Engineer, and may be seen on application to him
at the Brooklyn Na.y ard which plans and spe
cifications will be attached to and form apart of
Form ot Offer,
(Here date the offer.)
I, (here Insert the name or names composing the
firm,) of (oame the town,) In the Stateof (name the
State,) hereby offer to furnlih under your ad, ertlse
raent dated (date of advertisement,) and subject to
all the requirements of the same, and of the plans
and specifications to which It refers, all the mate
rials and workmanship necessary for the construe
tlon and completion of the house for a Surgeon at
the Naval Hospital at New York, according to the
f ilana and sped flcat Ions, for the sum of (here write
be amount In words,) and should my offer be ac
cepted. I request the contract msy be prepared and
sent to the Nary Agent, at (name the agency) for
lgnalure and certificate. (Here the bidder and
each member of the Arm are to sign.)
Form oj Guarantee.
The undersigned, (name of guarantor.) of (name
the town.) and Stale of (natnelhe State.) and (name
of second guarantor, fee.,) hereby undertake that
the abore named (name the bidder or bidders,) will,
If his or thelrl offer as abotebe accepted, enter
Into contract with the United States, within fifteen
da) safter the date of notice, through the post of
fice, of the acceptance of his or their) offer before
Ultness: (Signature! of guarantors )
certify that theabo.e named (here name the
guarantors) are known to me to be good and res
ponsible gusrantors In this case.
To be signed by the district Judge, district attor
ney, collector, navy agent, or tome person knovtn
io id? uurrsu id it rripuuaiuiv.
To guard against offers being openej Itefore the
time appointed, bidders are requested toendorse on
the em elope, abore the address, and draw a lint
under the endorsement, thus.
'Proposal's for Swrpfon't f fouiejr the A'ury YarJ ut
To the Chief ofthe Buresuof Yards and Docks,
Washington, D C nor34 law4w
' Xo attorney tnll be regarded at having filed the
neeetutry declaration and affidavit, at contemplated
ly the tilth tedion of the act, unlett the FOHliS, at
veil at the inttnuiiona given in thit pamphlet, ARE
STRICTLY COVPUEO (I mi." CoMMiasiOX
"The Manual of Pension, Bounl) and Bounty
Land Laws," published by the Morrisons, Wash.
Ington, D C, Is the O.VL1 book now published,
ALL the FORMS iav,hch are exactcopiet of those
prescribed by the Pension Office. No other Manual
to be found In the market has them.
If jou want a RELIABLE GVIDE In making
up our Pension, Bounty or Bounty Land papers,
as to FORM, as well as substance, enclose one
dollar and fifty centt and send to V it i. U. II.
Morrison, Washington, D C, and the book will
be aent by mall to any part of the United States,
Pottage Paid. nov 24 eodfitJiwSt
4 KIIIKXD IN NEED. TRY IT.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT,
The great external remedy of the age. prepared
from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecti
cut, the celebrated bone setter, whose fame la un
rivaled by that of anr living man. It Is a certain
and immediate cure for Rheumatism, Gout, Neu
ralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Wounds, Sores,
Burns, Scalds, Piles, Lumbago, Ileadacbei Tooth
ache, and all Rheumatic and Nervous Disorders,
External Injuries, Blq.
All sufferers should give It a trial.
RICHARDSON h. CO., Proprietors,
For sale by CHARLES 8TOTT, General Agent
for Waahlngion, and by all dealers.
War Department, Washington,
November 24, 1863.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by this
Department, until 4 o'clock p. m. on the ninth day
of December next, for the manufacture and de
Il ery of the following projectiles, 1 lx j
6,000 ten-Inch Solid Shot.
i,u flfteen-lnch Shells,
l.ouo flfteen-lnch Battering Shot.
The projectiles to be made of the kind of metal,
and Inspected after the rules laid down In the Ord
nance Manual, n 1th the exception of the Battering
Shot, which must be made of what is known as
gun metal. Drawings of these projectiles ean be
seen at the principal arsenals of the United States,
at the Ordnance Agencj , No. 4o Worth street, New
York, and at this office.
The projectiles are to be delivered, free of charge
for transportation, at the United States arsenal,
on Governor's Island, New York harbor, where
they will be Inspected) and all such as maybe re
jected must be removed, by the contractor, imme
diately after the Inspection of each delivery.
Bids will be received for any portion of the quan
tity required, not less than 600 of anyone kind.
Deliveries to be made as follows 1 One tenth, of
each kind, within thirty days after notification of
acceptance of bid, and not less than one tenth
weekly thereafter until all shall be delivered.
Payment will be made by the Treasury Depart
ment on the usual certificates of Inspection and
receipt, after each delh erj .
Bonds, with approved aurety, will be required
for the faithful performance of contracts.
No bid will be entertained unless It be accompa
nied by an affidavit from the party making it, to
the eflect that he Is an iron founder, and that If his
bid is accepted, the projectiles wlU be made at his
foundry naming It and Its location ) and the right
Is reserved to reject any or all bids If deemed un
satisfactory for any cause.
ProDoasU will be addressed to the underslrned
at Washington City, and will be endorsed " Pro
posals lor rroieciues
JAS. W RIPLEY,
nov 25 t D 9 Brig. Gen. Chief Ordnance.
APPLICATION fur Duplicate Land
Appllcatlonhat Ing been made under the act of23d
June, ISW, for the reissue of the Land Warrants
described herein, which are alleged to hare been
lost or deatrojed, notice is hereby given that, at
the date fallowing thedetarlDtlon 01 each warrant.
a new certificate of like tenor will be) Issued If no
valid objection should then appear.
No. BO, 163, for 1C0 acres, Issued under the act of
March, isac, in tne name 01 Hacnei, widow of Thos,
Mereuith, and was granted March 2, 1S6 Decem
ber 6. 1862.
No. 13,109, fur I2u aires. Issued under the act of
war en, inu. in tne name 01 Arnoiu Harrington, and
was granieu Bcpiemoer 1 ,, loai January 4, lOtoJ.
No. 63,404, for 160 acres, Issued under the act of
March, ISM. In the names of the minor children of
, Daniel F Mclune, deceased, and was grsnted Oct
IK, i January II, I8t3,
no. iuu.oij, ior ibu acres, issue unuertiie act 01
March 1 866, In the name of Ansel Allen, and was
granted Mann n, iw January if, itwa
No 100,360, lor lw acres, issued under the act ol
Match, 1&6. in the name of Rachel, widow ot Geo.
Haroer, ami was granted Januarv C, IBC2 February
JOSFP14 H BARRETT,
lAI.I. ANII AVI NT Kit (JOUUM.
.MILITARY AXD CIVILIAN.
WALL, STF. PI! ENS it CO , are now opening
their Fall and Winter Goods, embracing fine Dress
loam, uuvmii. i Kim, en i, o-c. a large ana wen
selected Stock of line heavy Overcoats. We have
ialso a complete assortment of Business Suits, made
In the most durable manner. Officers will find our
Military (oods desirous to their wants. Heavy
Woollen Blankets, for camp use at reasonable
prices. WALL, STEPHENS h CO ,
a rrnnivivania avenue, oetweeu
Ninth and Tenth streets.
DIl. LOCK WOOD eontluuce tbe prac
tice or Dentistry, In the Washington Building,
corner Pennsylvania avenue and be vent h street.
Having practiced In the South nearly sixteen years,
he feels assured that he can give satisfaction to any
that may call.
Teeth Inserted on Vulcanite, Rubber, or Go
Plate. Chloroform administered when desired,
aug I tf
PHOPOSALI FOUWllAJlF AT PORT
Natt DrvAKTMCNr, November as, 1843.
THE NAVY DEPARTMENT will, until the BSd
of December, 1803, reoelre propositions for the
erection and completion of a wharf at Port Royal.
South Carolina, la conformity with the general
BprcincBuona nenwiia Kccomutuijiiig.
The proposition mast state the noes amount for
hlchthe wharf, derricks, holatlne enclne. scale.
rail tracks, and cars will be completed, according
to the plana and specifications, and name the time
within which the party will agree to have It fin
ished. Parties intending to bid can examine the draw
ings In the Navy Department, and la the office of
the Constructing Engineer in the New lork Navy
Yard, at the office of the Navy Agent at Philadel
phia and at Boston.
The bid must be accompanied by the usual guar
antee that if accepted the party will execute the
contract, which will be dated from the time the
party la notified that hla offer Is accepted, and the
contract will embrace the usual conditions.
Speciftceiiontfor a Wharf ot Port Royal, S. C.
The wharf la to be In the form of a Tt the part
leading from the shore to the front will be 631 feet
long and 43 feet 4 lnchea wldet and the front will be
30t feet long and 43 feet lnchea wide. From high
water mark to V " water the distance Is 268 feett
from 7' dpth to 19' 6" the distance Is ltofeeti
from 1' " depth to 25' " depth the distance Is 70
feet, and the front wharf will atand In about 37'S"
water, all at high tide.
The piles are to be of good sound heart-pine, not
less thaois'' diameter at the butt, and must be
driven to a good firm bearing) they will be In rows
8 feet from centre to centre, running across the
wharf, and se, en piles In each row, with a fender
plte on each side, making S piles In each cross row.
These piles are to be barked and covered with sheet
tine, lb ois. to the square foot, from high-water
mark down to 8 Inches below the surface of the
mud, well and securely put on, to protect them
from the worms.
The piles will be cut off at the proper height, as
shown on the plan, and capped with hard pine tim
ber 13" by 13", erery third pile being tennoned Into
the cap and pinned, and the others secured with an
iron bolt one Inch In diameter and two feet long.
Around the outside of the wharf there Is to be a
stringer of hard pine timber " by 13", resting upon
the cups and strongly bolted at each crossing, und
between these stringers there are to be hard pine
Joists 4" by IS", laid 13" apart upon the caps, and
fastened with 6-1 ach spikes at each crossing. Upon
the Joists therels to be a floor of 4"hard pine plank,
fastened with one S-lnch spike In each plank at
each crossing. Around the edgeof the wharf there
Is to t-9 a cap sill " by 10", of hard pine, well fas
tened and rounded on the top to shed the rain.
The fender piles are to be strongly bolted to the
stringers and cap allls Four clusters of about six
fillet each are to be driven, capped, and prepared as
oundatlons for derricks) there are also to bet web e
mooring posts of white oak timber, 13"ln diameter,
well drlen and strongly secured to the wharf, at
the points Indicated on the plant these will be four
feet abot e the floor of the wharf) and alt piles are
to be sheathed with line, as before described.
At each end of the front wharf, and on each aide
of the wharf leading from the shore, there Is to be
a landing stair s 6" wide, strongly secured to the
wharf, and reaching to low water mark.
The contractor will be required to build a bulk
head where the wharf Joins the shore, and fill up
with earth, to receive the rail track hereinafter de
scribed. On the nharf, at the points Indicated on the plan,
nlll be four derricks for hoisting coal, similar to
thou use.1 at the coal depots on the North river,
prot IJed w Ith all the necessary falls, with sufficient
rope to reach the hoisting engine, and ahleres for
changes of direction, and alt ready for use in hoist
ing coal A particular description of these derricks
mere is o w a noisiing engine oi muii ap
pro, ed construction, hating four drums, and to be
of sufficient power to w ork the four derricks at the
same time In hoisting coal. Over this engine there
Is to be a frame house, to protect It from the
In the capsllls around the wharf there are lo be
Iron ring-bolts of IK Inch iron, and ring 6 Inches
diameter In the clear, placed at every 60 feet, and
strong!) fastened to the sills and stringers.
On the wharf, and extending up on to the land,
will be a rail track of Iron, about flftr pound to
the jard, with such branches as may be re.uir.U)
me toiai lenginoi single int'it hihk 4 oi n iuiie
the track on the wharf will t Mid on the plank
floor, u Ith suitable chairs, and that on the land on
ties 3' Q" apart, laid In the usual manner. Ibis
track is to be pro. lded with 13 dumping cars prop
erly constructed for mot Ing coal.
On the land near the shore end of the w barf, as
shown on the plan, there la to be a platform scale,
capable of weighing ten tons) the rail track will
pass o,er this scale as shown on the plan) there
w 111 aUo be a amall office, eight feet aquare, near
the scale, and two of similar site on the w harf.
l ne propositions win De auureaseu io in? - iim
DeDartment." and must be addressed "Proposals
for Wharf at Port Royal," thnt they ma) hedls-
tinguisneu rrom oiner ousiness letters.
nov s .Wawi ttr.o
J TO THE
CITIZENS OP WASHINGTON,
OFFICERS OF TJtE ARMY AND NAVY,
The old and established Emporium of Clothlnir.
that has. for so manr Tears. aunoUed the cltiiena
of Washington and vicinity with all that Is es
sential ior tne eietrance and comfort 01 the outei
suau, uuir euyuuni nun ills uiuaik vuuificas9 ui
fashionable stock that we hav e ever had the pleas
Ab. A ..AH. a...nA1 ...ISk A b...S Mai..lmA A
ure to uuer.
COATS, PANTS, and VESTS ofthe moat desira
ble styles that could be found In the market.
uur BisonmemoiB n 1 n 1 a, uHAWtna.
HOSIERY. GLOVES. tVc. cannot be aurnassed and
will be sold at prices that do not allow of compe
tition. LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVERCOATS.
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVERCOATS
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVERCOATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VFSTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VESTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VESTS.
INDIA RUBBER GOODS OF ALL DESCRIP
TIONS. VALISES, CARPET-BAGS, kc.
Our stock of BOYS and YOUTHS' CLOTHING
Is the largest and most fashionable that has ever
been offered In thla city, and at the lowest prices
they can possibly be obtained In this city.
tr Call and see ua at ODEON HALL, corner i
street and Pennsylvania avenue, the Great Cloth
log Mart of Washington city.
i.ov I et ery Tues, Thurs, A. Sat
CQ TAKE NOTICE. tQ
M. T. PAH K Ell,
NO. 6 LOUISIANA AVENUE,
Respectfully and cheerfully returns thanks for the
liberal patronage hitherto recelred.
Having ever) facility fordoing
Together with all work pertaining to a FiaiT
class Painting Establishment.
He haa no hesitancy In soliciting a continuance
of the public's favor.
Hit Prices are Reasonable?
Tin Work Unexceptionable 1
And particular attention Is paid to
PROMPTNESS IN DFLIVERY.
EJ-Remember the number I
OQ Louisiana Avenue,
oct 21 3m bet. sixth and Seventh streets.
Nov km at b 2flTir, 1862.
The American Telegraph Company call the at
tention of the public to the language of the tax law
i telegraph messages, vist
Section 104. No telegraph company or Its agents
or employees shall receive from any person, or
transmit lq any person, any dispatch or message
without an adhesive stamp denoting the duty Im
posed by this act being anlxed to a copy thereof
having the same stamped thereupon, and in default
thereof ahall Incur a penalty of ten dollars.
Section 99 provides that In any and all cases
where an adhesli e stamp shall be used, the person
using or atflxlng the same shall write thereupon
the Initials of his name and the date upon which
the same ahall not again be used
The Commissioner of Internal Rev enue has rlv en
notice that stampa are In readiness, and that the
law will be enforced on and after the 1st of Decem
Stampa can be obtained at the usual places of
sale, or at the offices of this company.
Messages for which the telegraphic charges Is
twenty cents or under for the nrst ten words re
quire a one-cent stamp
Mesasges for which the charge Is over twenty
cents for tbe first ten words require a three-cent
stamp. del lw
IB O O K S T ORE,
sle.Pa.ar., North side, I1H.IJII1 4. 1 Hints.
The Publlo will Bud, la this
A Cutefvlly'Scleclfd Assortment of standard Woiks,
In English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, and
the Ancient Languages, comprising it iSTOa v, Taav
1 els, foetbv, xotELs?, and juveniles, as well as
Cvcioptedlai, Dictionaries, Graiomars, Military
T, no unit1, i'tl'ei,nJ wunauii us? uniui m nun uiiavs.
i Orders for Bookt not vn hand, doiuntic or foreign,
I mil le promptly executed, no 2ft 1m
riUIE CHEAPEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN
X town Is at
L. A BE ALL & CO,
No. 361 Seventh atreet.
between I and K,
FOR nifEUMATlSM, GOUT, NEURALGIA, LUM
BAGO, STIFF NECK AND JOINTS, SPRAINS,
BRUISES, CUTS, AND WOUNDS, PILES,
HEADACHE, AND ALL RHEUMATIC
AND NERVOUS DISORDERS)
For all of which It la a speedy and certain reme
dy, and never falls. This Liniment Is prepared
from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connect
icut, the famous bone-setter, and has been used In
his practice, for more than twenty years,wlth the
most astonishing success.
AS AN ALLEVIATOR OF PAtK, it is unrivaled
by any preparation before the public, of which the
most skeptical may be convinced by a single trial.
This Liniment will cure rapidly and radically,
nheumatle Disorders of every kind, and, In
thousands of cases, where it has been used, It hag
never been known to fall.
FOR XEVRALatA,n wilt afrord Immediate relief
In erery 'case, however distressing.
It will reliev e the worst cases of It V AD ACHE In
three minutes, and la warranted to do It.
TOOTHACHE, alio, will It cure Instantly.
FOR AERV0VS DEBILITY AND GENERAL LAS.
SITVDE, arising from Imprudence or excess, this
Liniment Is a moat happy and unfailing remedy.
Acting directly upon the nervous tissues, It
strengthens and revivifies the system, and restores
It to elasticity and vigor.
FOR PILES. At an external remedy, we claim
that It is the best known, and we challenge the
world to produce an equal. Frery victim of this
distressing complaint should give tt a trial, for it
will not fall to afford Immediate relief, and, In a
majority of cases, will effect a radical cure.
QL7M1 AM) SORE THROAT are sometimes
extremely malignant and dangerous, but a timely
application of this Liniment will never fall to
SPRAIAS are aometlmes 1 ery obstinate, and en-
laerAtnanS aV ttlA lilnta la HaKtai n AAA.. I W ..
laigiiuiHi u. lav juisilt ll.uis t UkS.ua 11 U7g-
lected. The worst case may be conquered by this
unimepi in iwoor tnreeoajs.
BRUISES, CVTS, ll'OVADS, SORES, VLCERS,
BVRSS, AND SCALDS, )leld readily to the won
derful healing properties of DR. SWEET'S INFAL
LIBLE LINIMENT, when used according to direc
tions. Also, CIULBLAIUS, FROSTED FEET, ASD
INSECT BITES AND STIbQS.
DR. STEPHEN SWEET, OK CONNECTICUT,
The Great Natural Bone Setter.
D. STEPHEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT,
Is know u all over the United States.
DR. STEPHEN SWEET, OF CONNEC1 ICUT,
Is the author of " Dr. sweet's Infallible Liniment.'
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Curea Rheumatism, and never falls.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is a certain remedy for Neuralgia.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Burns and Scalds Immediately.
DK. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
la the beat known remedy for Spralnsiand Bruises
DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Headachelmmedlately.andwas never known
Dlt. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Affords Immediate relief for Piles, and seldom fails
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Toothache In one minute,
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Curea Cuts and Wounds immediately and leaves
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is the beat remedy for Sores In the known world.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE UNIMENT
Haa been used by more than a million people, and
all praise tt.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Taken Internally, ceres Colic, Cholera Morbus, and
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is truly a " friend in need," and every family should
have It at hand
DR, SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is for ssle by all Druggists. Price 25 and 60 cents.
A Frleud In Meed. Try It.
OR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT, as an
external remedy. Is without a rival, and will aUe
late pain more speedily than any other prepara
tion, j- or mi nuvuiuftiiu aim rrvuus uisorucra n
Is truly infallible, and, as a curative for bores,
Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, fcc , Its soothing, heal
ing, and powerful, strengthening properties, excite
the Just wonder and astonishment of all who have
ever given It a trial. Over one thousand certifi
cates of remarkable cures, performeg by it within
the last two years, attest the fact.
To Horse Owucrel
DR. WEErS Ih FALLIBLE LINIMENT FOR
HOUSES is unrivslled by any, and In all cases of
Lameness, arising from Sprains, Bruises, or
Wrenching, its effect Is magical and certain. Har
ness, or Saddle Galls, Scratches. Mange, fcc, It wilt
also cure speedily. Spavin and Ringbone may be
easily prevented andcured In their Incipient stages,
but confirmed cases are beyond the possibility of a
radical cure. No case of the kind, however, is so
desperate or hopeless but It may be alleviated by
this Liniment, and Its faithful application will al
ways remove the Lameness, and enable tbe horse
to travel with comparative ease.
IS wry Horse Uwutr
should hav e this remedy at hand, for Its timely use
at the first appearanceof Lameness will eQectually
prevent those formidable diseases, to which all
horses are liable, and which render so many other
wise valuable horses nearly worthless
DR. S W E I T S
And thousands hav e found It truly
A FRIEND IN NEED I
Inn. old Imposition, observe the Signature and
1 ikriif i of Dr. Stephen Sweet ou every label, and
also" Stephen Sweet's Infallible Liniment "blown
In the glass of each bottle, without which none
RICHARDSON & LU,
bole Proprietuis, Norwich, Ct,
MORGAN ALLEN, General Agents,
40 ailT Street, New York.
XJT Sold by all dealers everywhere,
no II ly
NKW YORK LINES.
THE CAMDEN AND AM BOY AND PHILADEL
PHIA AND TRENTON RAILROAD COMPA
FR02f PmZADXLPILTA TO NEW YORK
AND WAT PLACES,
Prom Walnut Street Wharf and Ken
will lea VI is follows, viz i Fare.
At A. M., via Camden and Amboy C. t A.
Accommodation - - - $2 20
Jersey Accommodation 2M
At 6 A. M.,vta Kensington and Jersey Cltyi
Morning Mall - - - - . 100
At 12 P. M., via Camden and Amboy Accom
modation ...... a 25
At 2 P. M , via Camden and Amboy C. and
A, Fxpress -- S 90
At 4 P.M., via Camden and Jersey City
Evening Express S 00
At 4 P.M., via Camden and Jersey City
2d CI s SB Ticket - 3.2S
At K M , via Kensington and Jersey Cltyi
FvenlngMall .- 1 00
At 12 P. M., via Kensington and Jersey Clt) t
Southern Malt SOU
At 6 P.M., via Camden and Amboy Accom
modation (Freight and Passenger)
1st class ticket 9 2S
2d class ticket - 160
The 8 P. M. Line runs dally, Sunda) s excepted.
The 12 P. M. Southern Mall runa'dally.
For Brlttol, Trenton, ho., at 7.10 and 9 A. M..
and 6, a so and 12 P. M , from Kensington, and ljf
P. M. from Walnut street wharf.
For Bristol and Intermediate Stations at IIH A.
M.j, from Kensington.
For Palmyra, Rl vert on. Delanco, Beverly, Bur
lington, Florence. Bordentown, &c, at 12f , I, 4, fi
and 6JU P. M.
Steamboat Trenton, for Bordentown and Inter
mediate Stations, at 2,',' P. M., from Walnut atreet
Ef" For New York, and Way Lines leav Ing Ken
sington Depot, take the Cars on Fifth atreet, above
Wktmit. half an hnnr hfar risn.rtiiM. Tta r.M
Vun Into the Depot, and on arrival of each Train,
run irom ine Depot.
riiiy pounds oi iiaggage onir auowea eacn pas
senger. Passengers are prohibited from taking
anTthtnfi aa Barrara but their wearlnr annareL
All Baggage over fifty pounds, to be paid for extra.
The Company limit their responsibility for Baggage
to One Dollar per pound, and will not be liable for
any amount beyond 100 Dollars, except by special
contract. WM. II. (1ATZMKR, Agent.
Philadelphia, Wilmington mud Baltimore
11 A 1 I. It O A D .
On and after MONDAY, NOV. 18, 1941,
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA
For Baltimore, at s 3d a.in , 8.15 a. m., 11.35 a. m.,
(Fxpress,) and 10 60 p. ra.
For Chester, at 8 15 a. m., 1 1 W a. m , S 4S and 10 60
For Wilmington, at 3 50a.m., 815 a.m, 11 Ma.
m., 145 and 10 60 p. m.
For New Castle, at 8.16 a. m. and 1 45 p. m.
For Doier, at 8 16a. m. and 3 45 p.m.
For Salisbury, at 8.16 a. ra.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA
Leave Baltimore at 8.M a. m., (Express,) 1.05 p.
m., (Express,) 6 SO and 7 p. m., (Express )
Leave Wilmington at 7.30 and 1133 a. ni.4.18,
8 45, and 8 60 p.m. .
LeaveaaiisDuryaix up. m.
Leave MUford at 4,65 p. m.
Leave Dover at 9 a. m. and 8 10 p. m.
Leave New Castle at 11 a.m. and 8.10 p. u.
Leave Chester at 8.30 a. m., 12 15, 4 60, and so
Leave Baltimore for Salisbury and Intermediate
stations at 6 90 and 7. n. m.i for Doi er and Interme
diate atatlons, at 1.05 p. m.
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE
Leave Cheater at 8.45 a. m., 13 06 and It.SO p. m.
Leave Wilmington at 4 a a. m., 9 30 a. m., 13 35
p. m , and 13 a.m.
FREIGHT TRAIN, with Passenger Car attached,
will run as follows:
Leave Philadelphia, for Perr) v ille and Interme
diate places, at 6.10 p. m.
Leave Wilmington, for Perryv llle and Intermedi
ate places, at 7.10 p. ra.
Leave Baltimore, for Havre de Grace and Inter
mediate atatlons, at 9 a. m.
OK SUNDAYS OM.V
At a.aO a. ra. and 10 60 p. m., from Philadelphia to
At 7 from Baltimore to Philadelphia.
The 8 30 a. m. Train from Philadelphia to Balti
more will run dally, Mondays excepted.
S. M. FELTON,
Jan 3 If President.
1?OK DORTON, VIA NBWPOIiT AND
? FALL RIVER.
Br the anlendld and suDerlorateaBv
ers METROPOLIS, EMPIRE
STATE. BAY STATE, and STATE
of Brest atrenrth and SDeed. but Dartleularlr
adapted to the navigation of Long Island Sound,
running In connection with the Fall river and Old
Colony railroad, distance or 68 miles only to Bos
Leave Pier No. 8, North river, near the Battery.
The ateamer EMPIRE STATE, Capt, Bra) ton,
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock
P. M., touching at Newport each way.
The steamer METROPOLIS, Capt. Brown, on
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdavs, at 4 o'clock
P. M., touching at Newport each way.
These steamers are fitted with oommodlous state
rooma, and every arrangement for the security and
comfort of passengers, who 'are afforded by thla
route a ntghVa rest on board, and, on arrival at
Fall river, proceed per steamboat train, reaching
Boston early the following morning, or may remain
on board until starting ofthe accommodation at 8
A. M., by which they may reach Boston about 8 45
A baggage master Is attached to each ateamer,
who receives and tickets the baggage, and accom
panies the same to lta destination.
A steamer runs, In connection with thla line, be
tween Fall rlv er and Providence, dally, except Sun
days. Freight to Boston Is forwarded through with
Jreat dispatch by an Express Train, which, leaves
'all river ev ery morning, Sundays excepted, at 7K
o'clock, for Boston and New Bedford, arriving at
Its destination at about It A. M.
For freight or passage, apply on board, or at the
office, on Pier Ho. 3, North river. For state-rooms
and berths, apply on board, or If desired to secure
them In advance, to
WM. BORDEN, Agent,
aug IT I f 70 and 71 West street, N. V.
KST, NOUT11WKST, AND SOUTH-
TO CIVILIANS, OFFICERS, BANDS-MKN,
SOLDIKRS, AND OTHERS.
THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILHOAD
.re running throne passenger trains rrom Wash
ington to the OIuo rlrer, without change of cars
(tally at l)i a. m. and o p. m., and offers grester In
ducements to the tratellngpublle that any other
route. t Is i 4
LESS CHANGES OF CAMS,
AND QUICKER TIME.
This Is the only route that checks bsggsge from
Washington city to the West. Tickets good until
used; snd psssengers hate the prlrllegeoHsjlng
orer at any point on the route.
Pasiengers procuring tickets by this route, sate
the delay and expense of Omnibus tran.fer.
REMEMBER THE ONLY OFFICE to procure
ticket., 1. at the depot of II. It O. R. It. Baggage
recelred at any hourdurlng the day, and no charge
for handling baggage. aug2u tf
OAFKTV, SPKKD, ANII CiniFOHT,
WORCESTER, PALMER, FITCHHURU,
NASHUA, LOWELL, CONCORD, THE
WHITE MOUNTAINS, AND IN-
rf a, THE new and staunch steamers of
GtfSamMl the Norwich Line, CITV OF BOS-
TWenTcTTY OF NEW YORK, leave New York
dally, (Sundaye eacrptcd,) ate o'clock, p. m., from
Pier No. SO, North Bit er, foot or Ve.try street,
FOR NEW LONDON,
There connecting with the Steamboat Fxpress
Trsln for the abote points, via Norwich aud Wor
cester, Bo.ton and Worce.ter, Worcester and
Na.hau, snd New London and Northern Railroad..
Freight taken at the lowest rate..
For information, inquire of
E. S. MARTIN,
mj 26 if Agent, on the Pier.
T?VAN8 . WATSON'H
S A F X! S.
' store, 76 south Fourth street.
orders receiv eu ny
V D. SHEPHERD,
Comer of Sev enth and D streets,
Washington, D t
Jan 11 ly
)ir4T IIKCKIVKU, a large aud auperlor stock
of CARPETS and OILCLOTH, amounting to
hm pifu-s, purchased for cssh of a Northern manu-
tHLt mer ilet-Ilnlng huslness.
Aw sSlotol COMFORTERS, WINDOW
SllADLs. Lj.0rJ.LHl, GLASS WARE and Other
..irin'id'M. AUTICLLS. lnoliidlnff Parlor.
Chamber and other STOVES. All kinds of CAUU
Afci r V tin 1 1 tVIIf., IrUtll lieW lUU VlUUU-IsHUU.
i Parties wishing to buy will save time and money
' bv calling at the cheap cash store of
I ' R.BlJCHLY,4a Seventh street,
no 1 Ira east side, between G and II
KW BOAT! NEW OAHI,a
NEW LONDON, NORWICH, and WORCESTER
At 4 O'clock, P. M.,
PIER 39 N. R,, FOOT OF VESTRY STAEET.
The new and magnificent ateamer CITY OF BOS
TON, Win, Wilcox, commander, from New York
Tuesdays. Thursdays, and Saturdays, and from
New London Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
The new and magtneent steamer CITY OF NEW
YORK, Thomas O.Jewett. commander, from New
York Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays) frou.
New London Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur
days. These two new steamers have been built express
lv for this route, with all modern Improvements, in
eluding Water Tight Compartment, and are the
only steamers ever built for Long Island Sound
with thla great life-preserving Improvement.
Conductors accompany the steamers each way.
Passengers proceed from New London Immediate
ly on arrival of ateamers. by Express Train to Bos
ton, Worcester, Lowell, Lawrence, Fttchburg
Nashua, Concord, the White Mountains, flee. ta.
Passengers returning from Boston leave the De
pot ofthe Boston and Worcester railroad at 6 30
P. Mm Worcester 7 P. M., arriving at New London
to r. m.
Freight taken at the Lowest Rates, and deliver
ed In Boston early the next day.
State Rooms In abundance can be had on hoart
steamers, or at the Boston or New York offices, lo
advance. E. S. MARTIN, Agent,
m) tf Pier 99, N. R.
GIlKAT CKNTIIAL, ROUTE
For the West, via
HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD and X&W
YORK CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Om and Amu December 9, 1861,
Express Trains leave New York city depots ol
Hudson River Railroad dally, Sundays excepted, as
From Chambers street
At 7 a.m.
11 a.m., 6 p.m.
1 16 p.m.
Montreal and Buflalo
Train with sleeping
From 301 h street station
At 7.35 a. m.
11.30a. m., 6 90 p.m.
9 40 p. m.
wi sunaays, tne ioiiowi
or trains will be run to
and from loth atreet t The 10.10 n. m. Wnifio- oat
train for Albany and Troy, and the 30 a. m. from
Troy, and 4 43 p. m. train from Albany.
Connecting at Albany with the New York Cen
tral Railroad for Schenectady, Rochester, Utlca,
Bat a via, Rome, and stations on Rome and Water
town Railroad, Buflalo, Syracuse, Niagara Falls,
Suspension Bridge, Auburn, Geneva, Canaddalgua.
Trains In connection leave Buffalo and Susnen
slon via Lake Shore, Buealo and Lake Huron and
Great Western Railroad, for Hamilton. Toronto.
n.t.Ali rkl.iH ti..U uil...t.i. rvJ-A j.. '
svttiuii vuiungui luicuiniinaukm iuduuu 1110,
La Crosse, Madison, Prairie DuChlen, Galena,
Dunlelth DubuQue. Peoria. Rock Island. Musta.
tine, Iowa City Burlington, Qulncy, Springfield,
Alton, bi, louis, vairo, lerre name, ioaianapo.lt.
Louisville. Cincinnati. Darton. Columbus. riv-
tand, and all points West, Northwest, and South
Connecting with Trains at Troy, with Troy and
Boston, and Rena. and Saratora Roads for Sarato
ga, Whitehall, Rutland, Burlington, St. Albans,
house Point, Plattsburgh, Ogdensburgh, Montreal,
tJ" Freight A range men t a by this route as above
without change of cars, from the Depots in Cham
bers and Hudson streets,are at all times aa favora
ble aa made by other Railroad Companies. The
facilities of this great New lork Route, to the
West, commend If to the confidence of merchants
and shippers for prompt ness and despatch.
Passenger Trains, with Smoking and Sleeping
Cars, run In connetlon on the New York Central
For particulars aa tn local trains and freight ar
rangements, inquire at the depot, 63 Warren street.
A. F. SMITH,
dec IT Superintendent.
Passenger Trains leave vU Pavonla Ferry from
foot of Chambers it rret, aa follows, viz t
1 00 a. m. Mall for Dunkirk and Intermediate
This trsln remains 01 er nleht at Elmlra and nro-
ceeds the nett morning.
7.00 a. ni. Express, for Buffalo and principal In
9 00 a.m. Milk, dally, for Otlsrllle and interme
13 15 p. m. Accommodation, dally, for Port Jems
and principal stations.
4.00 p. m. Wax, for Mlddletown, Newburgh. and
0 OOp. m. Night Express, dally, for Dunkirk, Bui
falo, Canandeigua, and principal atatlons. The
train of Saturday runs through to Buffalo, but does
not run to Dunkirk.
Too p. m. Emigrant, for Dunkirk and principal
The Express Trains connect at Horriellsv Die with
railroad for Buffalo, at Elmlra wit the Canandal
gua and Niagara Fella Railroad, at BInghamtoa,
with the Syracuse Railroad) at Corning with the
railroad for Rochester and Buffalo at Great Bend,
with the railroad for Scranton, and at Buffalo and
Dunkirk with the Lake Shore Railroad for Cleve
land, Cincinnati, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, etc., and
the Canada railroads.
IsdtatUled la London, and put
up solely in quart and pint bot
tles, to meet the requirements
of Druggist s.ani those to whom
Pure apA Unadulterated Liquor
la a Neceaalty or a Luxury.
It le the. oldest established of Ml the GINS (!)
which hare started Into existeue upon the bails
of its well-deserved and hard-earned celebrity.
It has no connection with, and Is In no way like
the trashy mixtures sold as "English Gin." or "Old
Tom," or "London Dock," or "London Gin," he.,
he., no matter how much " antiquity" or 'respect
ability" is aasumed by their begetters.
Dr. Valentine Molt, of New York, says I "it Is
far preferable to even runs Holland Gin, andls the
best article of lta kind I have ever seen." Sossy
thousands of physicians.
The New York Herald saj 1 1 "We are surprised
at Its beneficial effects it la a certain safeguard to
The Philadelphia Ledger aa) si "It has no supe
rior, If an equal. In medicinal virtues "
The New Orleans Picayune says: "There Is no
remedy on earth for dyapepsla equal to It."
The Boston Journal sayai "Aa a beverage, as a
preventative, or aa a remedial agent, we want no
other. Itlsourvattenwcum." ...
Women or America, for you it Is particularly
adapted. In sickness or health, It Is your greatest
frind' B. BALDWIN CO,
81 Liberty atreet, New York.
Sold In Washington by
318 E street, near Pennajrlv ania avenue,
And by dealers generally, dec l 1)
pLsAIMB AUAIWST UMTRD STATES,
FINLEY BIGGER, (late Register of the United
Statea Treasury,) and CHARLES E. SHERMAN,
Counsellors at Law, will devote their entire atten
tion to the prosecution and settlement of demands
against the United States, growing out of the pres
ent war, Including the Accounts and Claims ol
States, Contractors, and Disbursing Officers t appli
cations Tor the restoration of property Illegally
seized or captured, and for compensation for the
use of private property for Government purposes,
and Tor damages for the injury of such property by
the army, for military pay, pensions, and bounty
lands) and for distributive sharea of monera paya
ble at the Treasury and due to sub-contractors and
They will also give legal advice to claimants,
contractors, and to unprofessional agents In liti
gated cases) and prepare written arguments when
With non-resident Agents who msy send mem
claims, an equitable division of commissions will
UndUiiuted Demands will be collected and
piouiptli remitted for a commission of from a halt
lo two aud a half per cent., depending on the
amount) and negotiations with the Departments
conducted on moderate terms.
By prompt attention, moderate charges, long ex
perience, and a minute knowledge of the ex-laws,
regulations, rules, and precedents governing that
class of business at the Departments, they hope to
render their services useful to claimants and public
Reference maybe made to members of congress,
and officers ofthe Government) and especially, by
permission, tothe Hon Klisiia WmTTU.scY,l-lrit
Comptroller or the Trtasurv liiltillill
Address Mesus BIGGl R h SHERMAN,
WashlugtOQ, D. L.
Office, No ai& F street, uear Treasury and Wil
lards Hotel Dov8-ia.
O AS AXD STEAM t I T T X R,
IM Sntnth ttrat, ntor Vdnal UrlJyi,
All orders executed at the shorte.t notice, lu th i
mo.t iubstsntlsl manner, and on reasonsble lermi.
Personal attention tlven to every department ut