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i f.1 "': hMUfaAariMM fc n-a n ffi t p . o o U$ttMtaii. VOL. IL WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1861 NO. 4. o MU0W NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. IMPORTANT FROM KEY WEST. Capture of a Rebel Schooner Loaded with Coffee, etc. LIKUTBJ1ANT IIAHDRE A PKISONKll. CAPTURE OP THE PRIVATEER BEATJ REGARD. THE ORbW IN IKONS. Steamship IaabelTitting out as a rrivateer. - . Captain Rollliu to Command Her. The Beoent Gunboat Exploit in Warwick Kivor. General Mansfield Takes Command at Newport Kcwi Correspondence of the New York Exprei. Kkt Win, Florida, November 21. Tbe United pistes eteaoudiip Connecticut, Commander Woodhnll, arrived from New York via Fortress Monroe and Port Royal yesterday morning. She brought In the British schooner Adelaide, of Nassau, N., P., captured by Cap tain Woodhnll, near Cape Canaveral, on the 17th instant. She Is loaded with coffee, lead, and swords, having several cases of the latter. The supercargo, Lieutenant Hardee , a relative of " Tactics " Hardee, Is an offlo' r In the Confeder ate army. He claim? the cargo as bis proper ty, and acknowledges that he was taking It to Savannah. The Adelaide has raadn several voyages to Savannah sloce the blockade. The Adelaide has been libelled by the District Attorney, and seized by the United States Marshal, who has E laced a guard on board. Hardee and Smith ave been taken to Fort Taylor, Major Hill, the commander, consenting to receivo them until Captain Woodhnll return, from the fleet, when they will be taken to New York The United States sloon of war W.G. Ander son. Lieutenant Commanding W. C. Rogers, U. S. N., entered this port Rom a cruise me mora Incr of the 20th. She was accompanied by a prize schooner oarrvlDir on her deok an ugly-looking rifled gun. UQ ooaramg tuo Auuereuu. wo leamrju that the prize was the Confederate rrivateer Beauregard, of and from Charleston, South Carolina, and commanded by Captain Gilbert Hay. She was captured on the morning of the 1ZW, 1UO mues m. . m. oi auaocu. no resist ance was made by the Beauregard, the supe riority of the armament of the Anderson being so great that it would have been madness to measure their strength. While the Anderson was approaching her, the crew were engaged In throwing over stint, shell, mutketi, to., and before the capture, most of the ammunition was lost only pow der, a few pistols, one or two rifles, and the pivot-gun on deck, remaining. The crew, twenty-seven in number, were at once placed In Iron and transferred to the ship Prizs. Master Davis, with a picked Crew, took charge of the schooner, aud rapidly brought her to this port Csptaln Rogers, on arrival, immediately con sulted with tbo civil authorities as to the die poral of bis prisoners, when it was decided that ..they should be placed In the handi of the United States' Marshall After an examination on board, the officers and crew were taken to thn ahnre and nfaoed in the countv iall. where. ... ;,..,- propeny guaraea, towy win remain until tnejir trial. Captain Gilbert Hay, the master, was A Richmond Dl'palch received at Fortress Monroe, on the 25ih Instint, contains some ac counts of the reccot exploit of the United States f;unboH Cambridge, In the Warwick river, on sst Fildnv night. un me evening oi novemoer zza, auout duk, tho gnnboit Cambridge left Newport News, ttnd ran up tho Warwick river about two mllfo. where It was understood a rebel regi- mept was encamped. The reb Is were stirred! up by the shells of the Cambridge, and vacated tbelr camp with a loss of fifteen men killed,! wounded, and missing. The correspondent of i the Dispatch thinks the huts or tbe Virginia volunteers, Col. Puryear, and the surrounding woods, were set on tire by tbe men and left to burn No mention Is made of the rebel steam ers Roanoke and Yoiktnwn. Tbe Cambridge went up within sight of Cabin Point, on the Jam s river, but saw no batteries. Col. Phelps, hitherto acting Brigadier gen eral, commanding at Newoort News, bu bean detached from that post, it Is said, and has been booked for service unon tho neat exneditton that Is fitting out at Annapolis under Major General Butler and Uommndore Luvia u. Porter. Tie Richmond Dispatch says, among other good things, that there is a band of " three i thousand Union marauders in the mountains of East Tennessee, under Parson Brownlow and Major Gilbam.wbo are doing more mischief than the Yankees in Ken ucky, but they will have to be stopped in their Imusonable move ments, and we think will be, as General Lovell U ufter them with the Homo Guards of Mem phis and Knoxville." The rebels are getting reared at the great Influx of troop and vessels of war In that vicin ity, and the Dispatch propoies tbat Norfolk shall bu abandoned in the event of an attack, and begs that Richmond, City Point, and York town be reinforced and strengthened imme diately. " Should Wool advance In force the army of the Potomio would be divided." P88RNER TltAltfS TO AND PIIO BAivrinuiiH winter filolxodulo. SPECIAL SOTICIITO TR.IVEH'IIS. On and afier MONDAY, November 18, ml th Fae for Trains between Washington iad Haiti luora will run as follow i TRAINS MOVINO NORTLI. Morning Ex; rem leave Washington 010 a. m. Arrlv. it Ualtlmore T eta m.. Philadelphia 19 63 p n : N-w York op m ; llarrlsburg; 1 tip ra. Vornlng Accommodation leave Washington at 7 40 a m Arrlre at Baltimore 0 30 a. m No con nections at ualtlmore. Mew i ork Hall Train leave Wathlnrtnn at 11 a. m. arrlre nt Baltimore IS Wan: Philadelphia 6 97 p m ; New York 10 p ra fu-rnoon Accommodation leave Washington 3 05 p m t rrlve t Baltimore 4 U p. m ; Uarrliburrftl 3) p. m t Philadelphia 10 08 p m. Meelejr Ezprsas leav. waablogtotiD p m Ar live at Uattlinor.4i1p.ra ; Philadelphia 10 63 p ra ; new i utk a. m., iiamsDurg ii.ni. TRAINS MOVINO SOUTH. Leave New York at J a. m.: Phlbot.lptda 11 31 a. m-. ll.ltlmor.3 Wp, mj Arrive at Washington 6.40 p. m. Leave New York at p. B ; Philadelphia 10 60 p m.; DiHImora.ao a. (a. Arrive at Washington tl a.m. . Leave New York at 11 p. a ; Philadelphia l.n) a m.; Ualtlmore 7.S a. m. Arrive at WMhtngton 0.20 a. m. Aooommodellon Trains leave Baltimore a 0 n. m and 6 1'. m. for Waahingtoa ; arrive there at 11 a. m. and 7 i m raw. nger Trams leaving WMMigtou at 7 4i a m. and 3 05 p. m , and Baltimore at T SJ a ra and 8 to Sm . make direct oonneotlous for Annapolis at Ilia nncilon. Trail a leave Ansapollt for Baltimore and Wa.h Inr'on ate.SOa. ra and? 4s p.m. l'.i enger Traim leaving Washington at 6 10 a m 11 a. in and 6 p. m , and Baltimore at 4 -.0 and 7.3', a. in. and 3 60 p m . will stop only at Annape-Ui June ti.n ami Washington (Relay) Jurwion War Passengers mmt take the Aceommtialton TValm only. T alns will 1 ave Washing on and Ilaltlmjrc promttly upon card lime. W. P. SMITM. Master of Trauspoi tutor. , Halt J T. l.NOLANU, agent, rauvleo Station, Baltimore. u v gilbert, Agent, at Washington, nor 21 T KAVK PIIILiADKLPIIIA FOU NEW YORK. born In Scotland, was naturalized in Charles ton, where he has lived twenty-two years. He testified that the Beauregard sailed f romUhartes ton on the 7th of November. She was com missioned by Jefferson Davis on the 11th of Uctooer, to act as a private armea venei in the service of the Confederate 3tates, on the hieh sesB. against the United State of America, their ships, vessels, goods, and 'fleet, and those of their citizens, during tho pendlog war. The Beauregard saw no vessel previous to ber capture, and did not Are u gun after leav ing port, not even for practice. Captain Hay savs the vessel it owned by a Block company, pt.,1 tr.i, ber btllr, when ready for use, were $15,000. Mordecal Hineawas tbe agent of tbe compa ny. Captain Hay served on board tbeJefl. Dav 8 as prize-master. He also taught the young midshipmen navigation. When the barque Alvarado was taken, be was placed in charge as prize-master. She was chased ashore by one of our fleet, and burned. John 11. Davl, the flret lieutenant, was on board the Confederate nwn-ofwar Wlnslow when the ic'zed a vessel off tbe North Carolina coast. While the Anderson was overhauling tbe Beauregard, tbli officer attempted to dm tbe 21 pounder, but was prevented by the crew. Archibald Llllv. of Charleston. Is the Durser of tbe privateer. He could not have bad access to the Trcoaory Department of the Confederacy very lately, for bis fiscal balance showed the amount of cosh on band to lie " twenty five cents." Paymaster Lilly Is a very seedy-looking individual, and by no means a fair specimen of the cblvalroun South Carolinian. Joseph II. Stuart, second lieutenant, was born In Clifton, Eogland. He Is a soaman, and was on board the brig Mary Goodel when she was captured by the Jeff. Davis. He enlisted in the Davis as boatswain, and, while onboard, tbe brlgantitte Santa Clara and barque A, Wardo was captured. He was ulo in the Davis when she was lost on the St. Augustine bar. John Conway, seaman, aged SO, born In Philadelphia, joined a French company of Zouaves in New Orleans, sent to Warrington, deserted arrived in Charleston destitute, and enllstea on tne ueauregard rrom necessity. nenry V. Randolph, seamau, aged 25, born in New York. He U deaf, was seduced on board, and not allowed to leave the vessel. Charleu Butcher, seaman, 20 years old, bom la Prussia. Was formerly on the steamer Isa bel, running between Havana, Key West, and Charleston. He testifies that the Isabel la be ing traniformed into a gunboat She Is nearly ready for her armament. Captain Rollins, tbe former captain, will command the Isabel. John Cameron, eeaman. thirtv-two years old, native of Scotland. Was on the Jeff Davis when she captured the baiki Alvarado, 1-rle and Enchantress, and schooner Waring. Re ceived ai bis share of pr'z-s money $5. Richard O. Busey. marine, 11, boru In Balti more ; was decoyed on board while druuk, and forced to bign the ship's articles. He was a member nf a oomnanv stationed on Vulture's iBland at the time of the bombardment of Sumter. He saya but one man was killed at Moultrie by tbe bursting of a shell. John Sommer, 27, native of Germany. Was paid $20 advance when he shipped. Could get no work at Charleston. Affaire at Fort Warren. From the Boaton Journal Everything Is as autet at Fort Warren as it was bufore the arrival ol the important pri,n- era uhise capture is the cause or so much dis cussion and so much rejoicing. Col. Dimmlck Is more Btrlct In admitting visitors to me rort than heretofore, although a few officers still have the privilege allowed. Among these, and about the only ones, are Gov. Andrew, Marshal Keyes,ana tne Mayor anu uniei oi ro lice of Boston. Slldell and Mason have comfortable quarters, wbicti buy share with their Secretaries. At they have funds, they have purchased various artfcl'B for their convenience, nol provided by the Government, and as the prospect is that they are likely to remain here for tome time, their money has been judiciously used. Mr. Uason, who wore an air of nonchalance on Sunday, when taken to tbe fort, has appar ently found tbe place less agreeable than be anticipated. Perhaps tho olimate does not agree with blm, or it may be tbat he means to be exclusive ; but It Is remarked, among the prisoners, that he keeps himself very close to Ms room. He appears Bad and not in very good humor. On the other band, Slldell is brightening up and Is more cheerful. Ho ven tured out OI aoora in tne storm yesieruay, uuv be la or Northern birth and thus the climate may not affect him so much as otherr. The " ambassadors " are allowed to converre, Ireely with the other political prisoners, but we doubt whether their conversation is very! edifying, or tbe story of tbclr experiences very cheering. Mr. Morebead. of Kentucky, is less bitter in his denunciation of "Yankees" than hereto-i fore, and now appears in bis original character, as a fine old Kentucky gentleman. Marshal. Kane, of Baltimore, etill sports bis long boots and tmoking cap, but swells about ee than. formerly, evidently leeung mat ne is no longer a ' lion." Mr. Faulkner, of Virginia, as here tofoie, remains quiet, taking his confinement with the air or a philosopher. The Camden and A moor and Fhtladelphlt ami Treutoa liailroad Companies' Line from I'll II, A DK.t.ITlIA TO NH.VT lOUIt AND WAl PL V OEM, from- WALNUT MR KKT W1IA11F AND KKNtHNQTUN DEPOT, will leave at follows At 6 A'tl , via Camden and Arabov, (C and A Accommodation ) At e A M... via Ctmdtn and Jersey City, (N. J. Accommodation.) At 8 A 11., via Camden and Jeney City, (Morning Mi.ll 1 At II J A.M., via Kenli"-i and Jeney City, (Winter F.xpreei ) AtlttKP H.,vlaCamdei. - .imboy, (Accommo dation.) At 1 P. It., via Camden and Amboy, (O. and A. F.xrreM ) At ; P. H., via Kenilngton and Jeney City, (Uvrning express ) At Hi P. 91., via Kensington and Jeriry City, (Htcond Class Ticket) At a P. If., via Camden and Jerxy City, (Kveiring Mail.) At UK P K ., via Camden and Jersey City, (South ern tlail.) At 6 P. M., via Camden and Ambov, f Aocoinmoda tion, freight and passenger, First Claw llckit ) TheSP.lt Uall Train runs dally. The 11 H P. M. Hall, Saturdays excepted. Fur Uelvldere, Kastoa,Lambertvtlle, Klemtngton, c , at 7 10 A. It.; and 4K P. M., from Kensinuton Fur Water Qap, fctroudsburg, Soranioa, Vfilnt bam, Montrose, Great Bend, to , at 7 lo A. M. rrom KepslngUn, via Delaware, Lackawana, aud YfMtern Railroad. For Manoh Chnnk. Allentewn and Bethlehem. at 7.1i A. M. and 6)4 P. M. , from Kensington depot, the 7 10 A. M. ltae connects wit htne train leaving KMWll at 8 50 r. H. For Mount Ilolly at 8 and 8 A. M and 'i aud 4,', P. M For Freehold at 6 A. M. and I r. II, Nor Bristol, Trenton, ka , at 7.10 A. M., 4J and tu F K, from Kensington, and tx V M irora Walnut strest wharf. For Palmyra, Birerton, Delano, Beverly, Ilur Ungton, Florenieco, Bordentown, &o , at 12,14, 1, 3, 4K and 6 P.M. Steamer Trenton, for Bordentown, and interme dl ate places, at IK P. M., from Walnut street wlmrt. jEeT For New York and Way Lines, leavlag Kin slngton Depot, take the care on Fifth streit. above WelBnt. hilfan honr belore deDarture The car run Into tbe upot, and on arrival or trains ruu from the depot riny pounns Ul UBB-IK uniy liowu iu rn-ju passfuger. Passengers are prohibited from Uking anything aa baggage but tnelr wearing apparel. All baggage over nity pounds to be paid lor extra. The oorapany limit their restion.lblllty for bunjaK" to one dollar per pound, and will not be liabh- for anr amount beyond one hundred dollars exri-nt by sped. I contract. WM. a (lATZMCli angiu Agint C510 tScvcntli St. GIO i 1 P.J. ft MilCW A CO., MtriCl-COrKS JaOKT FOR THE HALE OF Fine Gold and Plated Jewelry, Sterling Mirer Platttl Wure, FULL LINE3 OF NOTI0N8 & FANCY GOODS, WHOLESALE AND RRTAIL, In Job Lots, for Dealers, Sutlers, Tedlars, 4c. 310 evrHtli street, Threo doon Hnutli of Odd Fellow' Hall. WASHINGTON, I. O, (Formerly uudtr National Hotel.) We guai antte to .ell our cuntomcrs rarioai utlolei of Fine .Jewelry, Silver Tlaled Ware, Notioru, Bat Icd' Hnrl lMlard Cloodn. at l&w than New York cr I'lil arllphli price , hi lom to ult purchasr4. We Pvll : -,... Onnni IUUU Ttif. Floe Coral and CumeoSettii....$s to 110. for 91.00 VIub MvSalo and Lava SetU..,. 6 to 6. for 1.00 Flue Knameled and JetSetU,,, 4 to 7, for 1 00 Tul aid and Bog u? Vne SetU... 4 to 7, lor l.l0 rinc r.iuun vauiruKutiiiiiuiKiarv Sett. &to 10, for 1.90 Splc-idM Carbuncle and Ruby rettn 7 to lft.for 3.00 Splendid Ouruitt and Coral 8tU 7 to 10, for 2.00 Splc-idtd Vent and Guard Chains 6 to 10, for 100 Locket, and McJalLona, every fbe rnnde Sto , for 1.00 Full letix of Gent's Stud and UutUms vry fin 8 to 6,fr 100 Lllcgaut Kevolvlug ilni. very flue 4 to 6, for 1.00 L'idl?i'&nd tenU Fancy Sleeve Ilutton-4, pepnrate 2tc 8,fbr 60 Gent,' Cluster. Ilodcm. andSoarf I'lns sto 3, for 60 Knit Setts of Kicgint Tbrtided and Tlpptd Slter l'lafed Table Forka and hroorti for 160 Fall Sett of Fine Teapoon to match, genenl reta 1 price $9 to t4 for 1.00 Tv and (' flee I'ota, Drlnkiot; Cupf, Mng4, 1'ltcliers. Salt Standi Irom $1 to 2 00 Tho beitashOitmcbtol Fine Gold Plated (and llrart'ctM in the UnlUd States, In every iartey In the trade... each from 1 to 3 00 We eil tho finest Coconut aid other U air Oils, Fancy ''olognt-o, French Kxtracti,lalotstjfeuttpur chaptM Ue pell vwrsley's, lay lorn, ad other Fancv fojps in variety, put up 1 1 family boxes, to suit parclu-erst 2j percent less than regular prices. Wq sell Fortfolioj, MeraortindQm Books, Pockt Bookt, Money Purses, Pocket omb and Glared, Lnr, Dr -Ing, aud Hound Combs. Clota and Ualr Brothel, Fine Tooth t'ombi, Miavlng and Tooth Uralici, with a.lus other Sutlers' and Dealer.' Stalc hood4; all of which we offer to the Trade a d "lie publlo generally at les than New York price. e respectfully bn to call the attention of every Lady ai 1 Gertleman to our Newtttotkof Double Glided Photograrhim, Picture Frames, every siie matlo eaie nulling these goods from 76 cents to 1 each, fir about one hairins ma iters' retail prices The Trade resi ectfully solicited We are receiving New GocmLs from the h anuiactorers daily. Uemember the New Store, No 610. 610. 110, 610 P.J BULLRWftCii., Mannfootorers' Agents. AT'ri'.NTJON BUTLKH8 AIVD PBDLAIISI e have a large and splendid assortment of Fancy Patriotic Ha'lonery, New Stjles and New Mottoes, direct from the Manufacturers, which we offer at 30 ptr cent letM than tbe regular prices. Call and sue tMs line I nov 4 tf HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BDCHIJ ITKI.Vnivl.n' KXTBAOT BUCI1U nr.LMBOLD'u extract iinonci IIEI.MHOLD'1 l.-XTKACr BUOHU Ilr.LMBOLD'H EXTltACr 11UCUU, A postUT. and ipeolflo remedy for diseases of the, Bladder, Kidneys, (Jrarel, Dropry, llladder, Kidaeya, Orarel, Droi'ir, Dtaddrr, Kidneys, Orarel, Dropsy. Bladder, Kidneys, Orarel, Dropsy, Bladder Kidneys, Orarel, Dropsy, OROANtO WRAKNKB8, ORGANIC WKAKNE8B DROANIC WEAKNESS AND ALL DISEASES OF THE R.'iual Orirana Sunal Or(ans, Sexnal Orirus, Pexnal Organs, Bsznal Orf ans, Heznal Organs, 8exual Organ), Seznal Organs, Sexual Organs, flexual Organs, Sexnal Organs, Hexnal Organs, Btxaal Orcans. Bexnal Or.ana. Sexual Drr.m. arising from exceasea, early Udlacretiois, exposures, wiu luipruurucen, n.u lemuTUlg ajl improper QUI- chimes, whether existing la Mm. or rmali slatl. or FcraatU, Male r Csmals, Hstl. mx Venaale, Malt r ITatnmlei. Mat. n. ffam.ia. It is a Pact long sine, established, that persons suffering with any disease of thee, organs are affect ed li bodily health and aaenUl powers, and cxp.rl. vuvk uisusy aaaaiaMa.saaaa frtuwtvilHi auiUflg WI11VU WIU oetouna: Indisposition to Kxertlon,LoMof Memory, Dlfltoutty of Breathing, General Weakness, llorrer of DlMase. Weak Nerves, Trembling, llorrer ol Deuih. Nltht Sweats, Cold Feet, Wakefoloeas, Dim nem of Vision, Languor, Ualversal Laseltnde of the Mutmlar System, often Knormonf Appetite, with I ciwptlo Symptoms, Hot Hands, Fl tuning of the liruto Tlnr..UArli.llVI. T II A ri.... .. .-J "Wl flJUtM VHUV 0SV1U, M. MUU VfW IAAI lUAUI . kUU Kinpilnns on the Faoe, pains In the Back.Heaviatss of tho Kyelids. frequently blaok spou flying before th hyes, with temporary Saffasion and Loes ot Sttbt want of Attention, great Mobility, Kestlesa new These symptoms, if allowed to go on, which this medicine Invariably removMtaooa follow-Lou ot lMtxr, Fatuity and mtpttc IKs. W ho can say that these excesses are not frequently foil, wed by thoe direful disease, INSAN IT V and vi'tuiiiriiwr. r i ne recoras oi ine insane Asy turn GOVERNMENT ADV'TS. fM.A IMS AJ AI ST the UNITKD STATKS KINLEY UinOER, (late Hegliter of the U. S. Treasury,) and C1IAKLKB E. BUEBMAN, Coun sellors at Law, will derote their entire attention to the prosecution and eettlement of demands against the tint ed States, growing out of the present war, Incluolng the Accounts and 'alms of States, Con tractors, and Disbursing Officers; appllcationa (or tin restoration or property Illegally sifted or cap tured aud for ccmneusatlon for the use of srlrare property for florrrnm.nt purpo'es, and for damages for the injury of ruch property bj the army; l.r military ray, pensions, and bounty lands; and for i lilriouuve snate oi monies payaoie at uie irea sitry und due to sub contractors and others Tnpir will aso Eive lefal advice to claimants, con. tractors, and to unprofessional agents In Utlgated catex, and prepare wrilten arguments when desired Wlh Non rifileDt Agsnts who may send them claim, an equitable division of commladons will be mine Undisputed Demands will be collected and promptly remitted for a oommlselen of from ft half to two aud a half per cent depending on the amount; and ni-KOtiatiou-i with the Department, conducted on moderate terms. IJy piojpt attention, moderate charges, long ex. irii,cA and a ml ute knowledsre of the of laws. regulation . rules ai.d precedents, governing this clu4 t buj-iacMi at the Ueiarimsnts, they hope to remit r their slices uetul to claimants and publlo rri dltors Ut A-rence tLay be made to Members of Cengrrsp, aud oincers of the Uoveinment; and especially, by p nuli'lon, t the lion Lli-ha Wuittlksst, Vlrrt Oomt tiolltr or the 1 rra.ury Address ilrMI UlUUr.K it 8IIEKMAN. wasningioo, n u (lt&c, No 21s F street, near treasury and Wll Idnlp' lloti-l. nv a rm and ths melancholy deaths bv C'onsnm tlon. bear maple witntseoiuie truth or this assertion II 111, MHO I.I 'S EXTRACT OK HCCHU Is it certain, tale, and speedy oure, from whatever oiu"- ther may havoorlluated,and no matter of UowXong Standing, How Long Standing, How 1ouk Standing, ow Long btanalng, tlow 1 ong Standing, Ilow xng Standing It la taken without Hindrance from Business, ana litii If any, change.! diet. is pteasant In Its taste and odor, And Immediate in Its action. 1j syi are suffering with any of the above distress, log ailment. fJiOCUBB TITK HKUEDr JT OA'CX, VnOCVRR TtlB RKHKDr AT VKCK, pnocviue THE rxmedyat ojvta. iiklmbold-s EJrnucr Bucnv, At u medicine which mut benefit everybody, from th nluiply delicate toth. oonAned and deapsdrtng invalid KO EQUAL 13 TO BB fOUND, NO EqVAL 13TOBK fOUND, 310 EQUAL Li TV UK fryrvn Price II per bottle, or 6forS6;df...iii-u-i. .i. dri-Ai Prepared by H. T BELUBOLD, Depet. 104 South Tenth strMt, Below Chestnut, Philadelphia. Difcrlbe symptoms In all cwmmunlcntioc3 BKWAEE OF COUNTEBFEITB AND UMt'HINCII'LED UEaLLRS Who eidearor to dispose 'or thbix own" and " ornka " axticlh on thb xarcraTiox oaraixaD ar Hi licbold's Genuine Preparations, " Extract Hucbu, ' " ' SaraaparUU, ' " Improved Roa. Wash Sold by Z D OILMAN KIDW1CLL k LAWBKNCK, 8. B. WAITK, B. O. FflRD ' JOHN WILKT. B. B. ENTWI8TLS, J. R. MAJOR. And Vy all Draggtst. evsry where Ask for R.lmbold'a. Take no other. Out oat the advertisement and send for It, and avoid Imposition and expoonre. cpt fr 9m PKMM1UN OFFICK, JUHB O, 1S01. TO ALL WHOM IT MAT COltOERX. A replication having been made under the act or Ud June. 1160. for th. relaan of the land Warran a flu sc-lbed herein, which an alleged 10 l-are been lort ur "cviivjrcu, puun is ncrflUT given ilia , ai ine uaie following tbe description of each warrant, a new certificate of Ilka tenor will he Leraed. If novatid oh. Ject'on should then appear. nvniw, mr ion jaeres, aasuea unaertne aci 01 March, u. In th. nam. f Hannah, widow of of James Wilson, and granted n th. 20th day ot rebiusry, 1M7 December so, IMI- No. a,os. for ISO acres, Issued under th. act of March, ISM. In th. nam. of Alexander McQualn, and granted on th. 12th day of October, 1844 No vember 80. 186L No o,769, for 120 tut, Issued tinder th. act .1 Marrh, 1844, In th. nam. or Daniel West, and grant ad on the 14th day of Jaly, 1644 7th December, 1181 Kit 84,34., for 10 acre., Issued under th. act of March, i44, In the raaae of Martha, wld.w of An drew Mellon, and granted en th. 14th day of April, 1K4 December II, lll. I o. 8,1Xi, for ISO acres, Issued under the act of Mah 1844, In fb. nam. of Samuel R. Jackway, an,- granted on th. 1st day of August, 1S44 ho (,104, for lSOacras, laraed under the act ot March, 1841, Is th. naaa. of William H. Terrene, and granted on tt llth dy of July , 1844 Deoem bent. 1881. h 1 14.M4. tor 10 am., Issued uder th. aet of Beinrmber, 1840,1a th. neno LevlTrtadwtU,ud grbuicu oeptcmuer zw, I..1 .' 81,034, for 40 aorer. Issue, jnder the same act, In t 0 name of Abel Platte, and granted Norembtr to '141 December M.lSnl. N 60.223, lor 1M acre., Issued amdtr the act of Mt .h 1111. In th. nam. of Beth Lore, and granted on w IM day of June, 1M7 Dtcember ra.lMl. No 70.M0 tor lco acres, (act 1847) In favor f Bl eat r Bryant, fomMrly widow, aud Lawrenca Hli.ji, only surviving child, k.ln at law of Mlcha.1 or jtltch.l hloaa deceased, late a private 01 com- pir C," eleventh United But Infantry, January 4, IBM. Nu. 71,424, for ISO acres, turned under the act of Msrth, 1844, In th. nam. of Thomaa Johnson, aid grMi'td onth. 01 h day of bsptsmb.r, 1447 Janu ary 4,1882. r :. 42,218, for 10 acres, Issued undsr the aet ol Mt cli, 1844, In Ik. name ol Polly, widow of J.kn Ca p, and was granted on th. 23d day of Mepuaaber, 1864 January 4, 1882. Las. No. n,42l, for 180 um, laraad under th. act of March, 1144, In th. uui of WlUlam bco't.aad was granted on th. 1st day of May, 1141 Jatuary U . 1882 No. 21.448, for 10 acres, Issued under the act of Msh, 1844, In the nam. of Simeon Teamster, and Wis granted March 2ta, 1HA. r 0 -88.001. for 110 acres, Issued under th. act of Mi-, h, 1844, in the nam. of Nancy Johnson, widow 01 lunn aiouaru, ana was grauiaa August asm, in.' -ilin January, 1881. '. 49,077, for 80 acres, lasuied under the aatof V. h, 1844, In the name of arsh, widow of Lvsrt Vkuvlckle, and was granted No ember 21, I860 Ja-juarv 24,1862. No .130, tor 180 acres, luued under the aet of '.irtli 1841, in the nam. of Cyrus B Ward, minor cluk' of Cyrus S. Ward, d.Maa.d, and waa granted October 10,184(1 January 14,1861. Bo. 14 Ml, for 111 Mree, ianed under th. aet of Msrch C, 184s, in th. nam. ol Joanna M . widow of Jo'm Van Busklrck, and was granted August 17, m N 48 224, for 80 acres, Issued under the act ol Mt h, 1818, In the nam. of Jacob Fockl.r.aud waa gi n-ued August 10, 1811 February v, 1812 JOSEPH U.BABETT, Cinuiisa.a1t.ner. 'i UN BOAT and at rilK OFFICERS OaT THE ARMY. direct Importation par steamer , n Tery nne una targe aoKjn mo Jo t arrived, V,i tnn Oftm Knrorje ment of Marine. Opera, Field Glasses, and Tele- scoiwh, which I will sll a very little abor. th.oost In Paris A a to the qualities, there are none supe rior to be had, having been selected purposely for this market. Also, a large and well assorted stock ot Opera, Olasses, Microscopes, gold, silver, and steal RrutrtanlM and Kee Glasses, suited to the llaht br the u of an Optometer A oontdderable number of cirtiflca es to b? seen at my omce, irom gentlemen who have been suited at my .id establishment. beT NgricIS? Dkatu or Ex-Senatob Bust. The Maysvllle Bxqlt says, 03 tbe gcDcroua can admire courage even in a Dtiblio enemy, it may well be excused for expressing neDtlmenti of klnclr.ess towards thn deceased llearv M. Rust, who was slain, flghiug at hi-i post, ia tbe battle of Ivy Moun tain, lie waa in command of a company from Bourbon county, and ufter tbey bad deserted him, nuu all tue oilier reoeis nuu leu toe neiu, be continued figbtinp; nlone until bis body waa pierced tbrougn anil Ihrough by Beveral bul lets, and be had nol lufllclent HlreuxtU to raise til rifle. Wbeu taken bo waa kindly cared tor by Dr. Bradford and oiher aurgeonn, but tht-lr skill was unavailing lo preserve bis life. Bu for bia deatb, he avowed tbat he bad been con scientiously a recesrionUt, and tbat be hud been wounded iu tbe discharge of what bu had re garded aa a duty, but tbat if it pleased God lo spare his life, be would ubaudon t'm cause ol the BecesalouiniR, witn woose c iwaruice 111 tue fight ha had become disgusted. He died bit terly execrating tbe Bourbon poltroons, as be called them, who left him alone and sought only tbelr personal safety. Tub Letter ok Mabqob. The following li a true copy of the letter of marque and reprisal: JefTerson Davis, President of tbo Confederate States of America: To all who shall see these presents greeting: Know ye that by virtue ot tue power vesieu iu me uy taw, t uuvo cuuiuiib sloned und do hereby comoilesion, have auth orlied and do hereby authoriz", tbo schooner or vessel called the Beauregard, (more parlla ularly described In the schedule hereunto an nexed,) whereof Gilbert Hay is commander, to act as a private armed vessel In the service of the Confederate States, ou the high sea, against tbo United Statos of America, their ships, ves sel., goods, effects and those of thel' citizens, durlnir the nondlurr of the war now existing between tbe said Confederate SlateB and Ibe said United States. This commleslon to con tinue In force 'until revoked by the President of the Conlederacy for the time being. uivtn unuer my hand and seal 01 the con federate States at 'Montgomery, 14th October, 1861, jKKt-EnaoN Davis. By the President : R. Tocmbs, Secretary of State. LKONAUD SCOTT St CO.'S BEPRIXT OF TUE BRITISH RLVIEWts AMD BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE! Dn. TO HKN1U A nice dote Carriage an4 HOUSES will be rented cheap to a family for Leonard Scott k Co . New Vok, continue to pub IL9I1 the following leading Hrillrih Periodicals, viz 1. I be London Quarterly, (OonnervatiYe ) l 1 he hdlnburgh Utile, (Whig ) 3 1 Iih North llrltMi KcTlew, (Free Church ) 4 I he WeitmlnUter Uevle w, ( 1 ibe nil ) ft 111 ickwood'a Fdinburfch Statrazitie. iTorv.l 'Iheie l'eriodlcala ably reprenent the time gnat nnlMaul oartlea ol Ureat Urltain .U Iilrr. I orv and Uadltal but politic lormaonly one foaturrut their character. J. Urgauaof the most prolouinl srl cri on fct-leoce, Literature, Morality, and Hcllglon liny stand, at they ever hare stood, unrlratled fu the Mitrld of letters, being considered lidipenttble to the scholar and the profetf lonal wan, while to tin In te 111 (tent reader of tTwryclani they furuih a more correct and satisfactory record vt the current litem tureot the day, throughout the world, than can be poMlbly obtiud irom any other source. NEW VOLUMES OK THE FOUR ENULISH REVIEWS AND BLUl'liWdOD VUUXEyCB JVLT, 1881. KAULT COPIES. The receipt of ADVANCE SHEETS from the Britlth publishers girea additional ratue to thte ueprinia, muiuuuu tu me ttui now ue pinuvu in mu handH of subscribers about aa soon as tht orllnal eaiuona TEEMS. For anr on. of the (bar Rertews, per annum. ...13 For any two of th. four ltertawa, " (t . ... 6 For any thre. ol tb. four Kerlewa," " ....7 iFor all foor of th. U.Tiews, " " .. s For lilackwood's Magailne, " " ....2 For Klackwood and on. Ilerlew, " " . 8 For lllackwood and two Uerlews, " ,( ... 1 hor Itlacltwood and three ltcvtews," " ,...!' For Blaokwood and th. four Uerlews, " 10 raymcnU to b made In all oases In advance Mone current la the titata whrre Issued will be n celt ed at par. CLUnilINO, Adlsoountof twenty Are percent from the aUe price will b. allowed to Clubs ordering lour or more Minles of anv one or more of the abore works Hiuk F our copies ui i,iRuiwu,Ni,urui uno iiei iv, wnt ur sent to one address for S9 ; four copies of no tour Uerlews anu uiacawooo. lor u ana so ou POSTAOK. In all th. principal cities and towns, these works will be delivered, KltUE Or l'OSlAOI. Mirn seut by mall, tbe rootage to any part nf the Uniti-d Btatc. will be but twenty four onus a year lor " lllack wood," aud but fourUen caiU a year tor each ul t e llavtuWH N. II The price In Great llrltatnof the fle 1'erlod loals ubme named Is 131 per annum tt.mlttances lor any ol the above publications a'lould always be addtesseil, post paid, to the pub Usher LKO.NAKD SCO 1 1 k CO , nov i o M Oold at , New York UU LAN U'H Anti-Rheumatio Band! rEauAKKatLT cuaka RHr'BUATISII, m tt rarvmlformt, OOUTand NEURALGIA , ATltTNXS land NJCR VOI'SA FFECTIOXS, IVrl'lUTlEHef tht ULOOD, And the tril hyeU if iltrcury It I-a conveniently arrangi d IIav , or risLt.oon tHlntna; a indicatcl compound, to be warn around the h. dy, ubint he wait mvaiM ArrtLitKO ail rAHTH nhaerer lite ituta'c mail tc ai.d tan tin worn uh'hhU iJry to the mtt tlelu w peri-on Uv tr.L ,r. t, ,t tliM tiii.ll-insl UlUtlrrtleS 0n. tali'P l In the iiami, b.'jn ul a kutldu aromatic and rJ.i,1 nature. nd i.'iwi ol htlLff readily aUorld through the pira f the vlttrr. ccuni tut ' e'irert a ntatt v, Ith I lie j loou aurt general nrctdtum, without ttrst i a.s liijr thri'UStt In t"o.e4 of dlfie.tlon. whlrli would te.il uot ualr t?d tiatt liom thilriuratlvc powers, but t impair the lUerual orf ans and dera' (e the illglM.loi alij thu avcljloa; the iTurtmu ejccfi so ollen the ie ult ot inural remeilua, and ttTtfUtli K a itrlaUure, hy iurfyng and Mudti.int7 te circulation of ike rl' il Jloi'L. and nttonnn )Ke trll aJTerUtd to a healthy cimdUi"n 1 till llAtrt Is also a tsort wtutrjul ' AMTI MisiLitlAt. Aotttj " at d will entirely relieve the sys teni lrom It jvniu-wni effeO htn Irrttr cas.s aie cund la a few days, and we ara cnnumtly receiving vwlmUed UHilmonlals to wh ill we lnvlt Inspection at raroh1oe of thi.lr.rB.acy In iLHuriviFaumHui wrNU'uiM, rriCO IwO UO.lura. ocui u mai, uiu iccii . $2, wr iy rxptCM ivrrywhere. with oil neceaary in ilruction from tne till clpal olCcc of (J 6MITI1 A C , rrnprletori', 401 Hroadway, Maw York. N. B Desenilire etreuiari tent fret 3- Tuis Uaud will not laUrfore with th. roldler's duties. n.v 16 ly 436 reiinsylraniaaenne,belwten Fonr-nnil-a-bait and Sixth strati. My K.tabll.liBient 1. up atsvtio. Olain ftl'i tttutt. Th. trade supplied oot in ly WOO. THS VaCSTKIX"! RIVERS. Qv.RTauLa.TBB Obbbbal. Omn, iroAim, Jume IT, 1111. I'roposals an united for oonstraotlBg OaBboata un n th Western Hvara. .-icillcsitlons will b. Immediately preparvd, a bu v b. .zaralned it th. QaartertBaaUr'a OfflM CI .ilnnau.rittaOnrgti.aiiaaluusoDis.. Hropoaala rrom boat bnlld.ra and .Bfln. builders all ie will b. soosld.rad. flans sshnUttM ny OUdw. will M inn taio odd sld. raUoa. M. C. ME1Q8, j mi. IS Qurtermastac tneral Unite Bute.. a UK UNION WILL STABD, 0 MATTEK WUO'8 rllltSIDBMT I ( cmseqnsatly, I shall rsmaln in Wuhiaitoo, and coutinu. to pursas my OMupatloa of MOUSE, IQN, AND ORNAMINTAL n-FJa.XWTXlM'Ort'VI DILDINO In all Its branch.. 014 OLAZIMQ p- uiptly atwndsd to. rabitiag aa. Onaraenriu C. ttag. Famltare, U th. Uat style. I alsscall at U ion to th. FalatlBx of Hoars aad Vrltk Walls. Ml th. above I will do a. .heap as tk. cbsapsft I 'ler.lor. solicit th. patrcoag. ol tax &leBdao It ow oltlz.ns or the Dlstrlot. Punctuality strictly a! .rwuil nA work dona In th. hast DiDBn.r. You will please mind yoir stou, and stni, at M. T. PARK MS '8 PainUnf rstabllahmeat, Ho S3 LoslalaBa avenus (north si), DtwMB Sixth and Ssvsnth atnott V b Signs pmt . tn of oharga, as usual BALE AND LURING J&T r f 1 rl CKNTrXAt, L1VKIIY BALE sS T A. B L. E (S Hot 471 and 478 (wot tide) $lsbritbetvvn D &r R WA8IIINQTON, D. C. Firnt clus nones and Vehicles, (ninsW or double and Httentlve Hotttlers, always on hand T WILLIAMS r J t'm Proprietor. N tb. winter. norlt AnnlT to ANDUEtY J JOYCE, Corner of K and Fourteenth ats , Opfw. WUiard's Hotel. TITIIOU ANO OUtLI On lun.1, a ln.l supply of atl kluds of ANTUUA Clll i'OAI. , , , i- Coal k pt In toal houses, well screened belore delivery 2,Jl01b to the ton Vvood, ol all kinds, prepared, ur delivered cord length Ii CASIII T J W M UAM No .tj IVunsylvanla avenue, aa, I -ti -tweeu llth und Wthslrtet. y .ISlllNOrilN hKIItT FACTORY. W A N I' r l 10 females to learn f rake kklrts A jn rsjaoin. In a sine time.laake, per we.k. lrom to r 11 iiuue, lor purncuiais, vi toi neveinupf ueiwe, u u kirn ii f.W INVKNTION OF AltTIFK'l A L, ClIKOI'I.AHriU HOMO. I'J.K.lll, wiUiout mttal plate or cltsps, by UK. S. U. HIOKSMOND, 910 Itroadway, New York; and 'Mi l'enna avenue, let Kthand lilb ata , Washington, li. O , CulU the attenlon of the publlo to the following anva,,ti'Kesot his Imprered system 1 ,i T h. teeth of his manufacture will never corrode no (hunKv o.lor bv any acids, aud are thr. fourths liahtir tii.n any tther. :M Mi teeth or roou need be .xtracUd, as the orttllclil onescan be inserted ovtr them Id I be root will be nude nioiTeastv. and n.r.r to ache ttii No temporary t.eth are needed, as permanent onts cati be made immediately, thereby preserving I he natural expr. slonof the face, which, under the old ststtm, Is frrauently disfigured. Mil I tils wot k lias bi.en fully tested., for over live years, by many ol the first Chemist, and l'hysloiaiis of this and the old coantiy . IV .h lias alrto Invented a while Indestructible metal tilling with which the moat ensatlve teeth can be tilled without pain, and can build up a perfect sauid tooth on any side roots, which will last llirnunl, 4 lifetime. II. refers to tb following gentlemen Ur. V Mot, Dr 1 ortmus, Prolessor of Chsmtstry, lion A Mann. Juu , Capt Crabtre.. Vice Pissld.ut of the Kinlicrillon Co of New York, Hon Jndg. Wayne, ol te Supreme Court, of Washington, L. C; and thousands of others. Call and examlns ror yours.lves nov El Im JI.T. PAKKKlt, LotiMfana ar , Ut tUA and 1th ttl North Side. Hivlnir comtlted his arraniremsnts, Is now ready i.tlxul. tv.n mure viirorouslv thau ever to 1101 SK.b'lON andOltNAMEKlAL PAINTING, in Hll of ls various branches. Having secured the seme of afivpa ot exoelleni woramen, i am prr pari. I to do Mags aul Uannera In the best style and . . . . kl. .... nn 1 , ul m OH HI IU'"" ,r.,,n,., i,ni. p LKe) I FIBIII riKBII! tb per hundred lllpu hundred I 9f per hondre.1 1 SUTLERS, ATTENTION! The attention of Sullen, aad dialer, generally, Is rttpectfully Invited to th. large aaeortmeat of lies. Cake, Bread. Italia, Jlmlsealt, o., kept oonstautly on band- and baked .v.ry day by tb u-d.iatgued. , l-otlerscan rely on getting a good rl. at . low pric. of II par hundred, and bar. them at ail tunes fresh lrom the oven I-UACH PIE I APrLK TIE I DRIKD APM.E PIEICItANBERHY PIBI PLUM PIE I (TUKANTriKI PUMPltlN PIa.1 TI,u...l,.n,ll,Br wiiiia rRI,eCtfullT Call tb. lteU tlou Ol the public to his asrortmsut, snd while thank ing lhet.1 fir Ilia pstionsge already be.tiwed, sullen th.lr o-.lers, which will be .rotat. ly '"? No. Ml New Y'ork avenue, between Tenth and Elsveatb slreais ht-lls id and M7 CenLr. Maiket.and 1.1 Northern Llbtrtiss Uark.t n It s.u- I.KWIH, M. D., XsdxxM,X exir-f5OBm., OFFICE No 148 PENNSYLVANIA AYRNUE, Betutm TmlUl and ThirUmlS StneU, waSudiotun cttt, Ki.sictfully tenders his professional s.rvlces to mayo prsntd rhtladrlubla.h feels hlawelf fulW oompvUkttodU- obar e i.ii duty la etery case men o tohU tare. 59 59 nov 14- MK T A L. 1. BOAIlUIMi. Klllt or Tu G.ntleinni canbeaooommodatedwIthllOAllUandLODU INO. on reasonable terms E street, betwi en l'llth and Sixth, No 40. tDeoU ARMOli Ul! AGKX UV, PHIUHAIIMONIC HALL, no? li oljn . i L.-.asaHii th ricriii io ii.i uiatncw lrsnrftTa mout at.nted by Dr. A M.J. J L. amj of Phil ade pl.U, f'T I utenlng arUtlclal Ueth to g.ld.jilv.r, or plailna plate., wklsh pre. udes tk. powlblllty of sallta or fo,.ifn mater ala Morsriag b.twMU tkem, at the sra. uate riasiiiss taa spsrauuH isvn um., natu'al.and.f mor.mtilltyt.tM matiMt.dlipeus Ing with th. ordinary made, .f faat.ulag.ry rlr.l lng r ajid.rtaf ,wion ao nn huh ui. smius..'. of plates, and ooBsacjUutly aa Imfwrfeat adapt. Uon tlle"wo.M,rV.p..tfully ravlt. tk. publlo to hi. .oo to exiunln. this Irapt.v.m.ut. Todo J 1ta'urJJ5J vine, d of Its superiority over all methods b.retoJor. mm drntal profession U also InvlMd to call and examine Its merits and utility .. ,,u r all A no d-nttsU can he furnished vrith leetn oi an klnd?a?a 1m7 price th.. th., ne b" ! viurm rjtrd lor 'urrbliltic tha U S bub Veuu-ylvtuia Aveuu WJiti Ml ue-ir Eleventh Street T7UWL S IML.K AND lll'MOIl CUllH;, ASullBt'uilhivr nieeaing,i.una,an it. hi r riLLS.fjt.ritlula, baa lUium, aud lirieuii of the 8 kit C t bo 1 1 If warranted to cure in all cae-t , it rot diul'rs nr jufi'-UiWy ru((p to refund the moii i y uuiy nve uouita in a mounana returnea aud inn-e w re cuinsot yutula. Hundred, oi let tern aud ctrtlilotitet) are now In the proprietor'" pon nen.i m wMuhoau be eeeu upon application StrnX tortlrculur Prepared by 1IKNUY D. FOWLE, CheuiW 71 Irhr iirf-et Huston, and fur ibiIh bvJULUN 1 ILK .ourner Third street and IVnnylvanla avrnue, Wuthlnjrlon House bo! agent for Washington City and vlclully Ctrtlfioatea with each bottle, " rw Sf, siste k..ir.ii iiiolllAI.i l.TiLTis.a.1. w ..,1. J Sa. Iliral. in.iant, .rs invi" "'..,- (Ms UUlar i sept Ul im Vnot i-'SoTsr 1 w li be required ef a high A I out l-.iwe ;;'.", h. rt.'l..r.H In Washimr fo. Vine railroad deil, or .twmhouM. I. W..K ii7. or Oeorgetowu, sometime b.twesn the 1st Htlen C and th. Wlh D.e.n.'.er, 1" "'' barrel f tho Hour to b. lnsr.otd J..t t'lo" It Is "Tl.'l lour must b. qn.l In quality tothe hrind known as l.you'a Union Flour -.pvwitm o III. Is to b. dt-ected to Major A ItECKWlTH, U. 8., I! a. A., endorsed "Propoes's ""f rilTllAUV OK 0.. Notice Is hereby given that the Library of Con. will not be open until the lit ot October next grew will not u. oi jQuN u BTEruEKSoN, MP 10-U Librarian.