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AVAMimOTON, D.C.i
TUESDAY - u - NOV. 18, 18G3.
TRADE WITH TUB INSimnCCTION
ART STATKH.
We suppose that It Is not doubtful, upon
general principles of public law, that It Is com
petent for the United Bute to tax everything
Imported Into, or exported from, the Southern
States with which we are at war. And an our
power to do bo arises from the condition of
war, and as the exercise of the power would be
a military measure, It belongs to the President,
We had an example of the kind In our war
with Mexico. President Polk, upon a report
of the then Secretary of the Treasury, (Mr.
Waller,) established a tariff of duties at tbe
Mexican ports, which were collected by our
array officers and paused over to the military
chest. The amount so received was very large.
The principles upon which this was done
were afterwards thoroughly considered by the
highest Judicial tribunals In this country, and
fully sustained, upon both points, of the right
us against Mexico to collect these duties, and,
of the right of the President to Impose them, j
without legislation by Congress. '
The great law of war subjects all property of
enemies, private as well as public, to the will
of the victor. Tt Is not common to exercise
this extreme right of conquest, and generally It
Is most Impolitic as well as cruel to do so, but
tint does not affect the exIMence of the right
It Aril.
As the greater Includes the less, tho victor,
who may take the whole of everything, may of
course take a pirt only, mid It Is upou this
principle that war coutrlbutiousare levied upon
rnptured towns. They nre In the nature of
mupoins, and arc a inittgatlou of the more ix
heme! rights which llong to conquest. Much
of the same nature are taxes Imposed upon
such of the enemy's commerce as It may not
He expedient to break np altogether.
It Is hardly necessary, however, to resort to
general reasoning upou this subject, for the
purpose of deducing tho power of the Presi
dent In tho premises, as this Congress at its
very first (extra) session, lu tbe summer of
lrV.1, expressly authorized him to regulate and
control trade with the Insurrectionary State at
lib discretion.
Ue have ultra maintained that tbls au
thority, o given to the President by Congress,
and existing In him already Ithout legislation,
ought to have been, and ought now to I, so
I'xiTcised ns to bring Into the public treasury
alt the profits of trade with the South, over
.Hid above the ordinary commercial profits, or
in other words, that thl trade should I tnved
as high as It will posslbl) bear, consistently
with permitting It at all. Very large and per
fect 1) legitimate revenues might be received hy
this method, while great liabilities to abuse
uid ureal actual abuses might he abided.
Sinie of the products nf the ret; ton with
which we are ut war, If not so cntlrelv peculiar
to it a to Io aWolule monopolies, aresonearh
i as to have risen cnormouM) in price In tbe
geueral markets of the world, by the shutting
up of the South, while they hate fallen ut the
place of production troni the same cause. It
thus happens that cotton Is worth ten times as
much In Xew York as It Is In Charleston, S.
t . The haute thing Is true of naval stores and
hi a less degree of tobacco, uud was true of
sugar before an outlet was opened for tbe
quantities stored In New Orleans. And on the
other hand, from the exhaustion within the
Insurrectionary region, of articles w hick It can
nut produce, the protit upon their Introduction
has become enormous,
Now.ho tar js It Is proper to permit this
trade at all, who ought to reap the gains result
ing from thl aiiouialouit condition nf things I
The Gov i rnment, which represents the public , or
private speculators who can manage to get
permits from the subordinates of the Depart
ments here, or who follow along In the wake
of our armies, and can get furors from our
generals, in the way of purchases, sales, or fu
tilities of transportation?
It is lately been reported that lien. Curtis
bus cleared three millions of dollars lu Arkan
sas, by cottou speculations. We refer to that
report, not because we believe a word or It so
fir as he Is concerned, hut as showing the fact
Hut the profits, realized by somebody, are
known to hate been enormous upou the cotton
obtained In the wake of our military operations
in the Southwest. Indeed, it has been siid
that the whole army In that quarter has been
demoralized by thcseperulatlonn. Doubt lesn,
this Is an exaggeration, but there Is manifestly
fomc foundation for It.
What Is salii of cotton, Is hald of the Migar
Mored at Yew Orleans, and the most Incredible
figures are given by flying rumor, of the profits
made in that article, bv persons having facili
ties of access to Geu. Butler, and able to turn
their knowledge of what bit mltitar) polltj
would be from time to time, to the account of
their prhiitc mercantile operations.
If the peculiar products of the South arc
admitted Into our markets, the profit of their
advanced price, as things are now mtnagul,
enures to the bene lit, either of the. Individuals
w bo are lurk enough to get special official or
military facilities of trade, or nf then belt
llu-mselw-s. The general fac l Is, we Hippoae,
Hint It Is divided between tun two claf.se, in
proportions uir) lug accordingtoc'Ircumhiatues.
Of the policy of permitting trade at all wlih
the lustirrcf lionary region, or of the limits
within which It ought to be online. I, we hate
nothing now to say. But so long as It Is per
mitted, uud within whatovtr limits, It ought to
(' taxed for the public benefit, uud not left to
be the subject of a favoritism liable to abuse
and certain to give rise to srandal.
It Is to, late In the day to Mlgmatlzo the ta
uilou which we propose, us a cruel and extreme
exercise of t he w ur pow cr. After the legislation
w hlch is on our statute books, confiscating the
nitlre estates, real and personal, of whole
(lassos-of rebels, It Is Idle to denounce ns rigor
ous, the exercise of the iwwcrof taxation lu u
form which would not really tompel unlod
at tbe South to pay sjiigie dollar. It Is t.ald
nf our tartlf taxes, that the are loluutarlh I
,., it .. op,ioa. , ,,, .,
ported articles or to let them alone. And in I
iliut iime sense, tho taxation we propose upon
Nmthern trade would be voluntarily borne.
Wh honld a rebel planter, who can raise
tot ton nt six rents per pound, aud who ha
ulwnjsbtuinverjojed to jjet li for It, bo per
mitted lo ome without (us lutoour markets,
where Ihe price bua Ihii fictitious!) raised to
fifty and sixty t enta by hi-, own art ? If there
Is any sense In II, U uot ttr ,hal Klri(j whclj
passed as common heiiM b bitethlawur began.
OiR National VitiKKCts buv e been dlseusied
with much Intelligence and eundor ly the Lou
don (lobe. An article from Its eolumus will
be found ou the first page, to which attention h
oireeieu mere ore some inaccuracy of fuu,
such aH the remark "that a jear and u half ha
nearl) passed since the attack ou Fort buiuler,
without any perception of a tux ou the part of
tbe American people," but thse are unim
portant! the main feature it Ut appreciation of
Ibe difficulties of our position, und the clear
and candid statement of (ho operation of tie
measure adopted. Bot ton Transcript.
KXTHACTH FROM I.ATK ftOUTIIRItlf
PAPKnN.
The following Is from theCharlestou JUVrwrj,
of November 1st i t y. t
Tli Itlrft Crop.
A very large amount of land In this State w as
this season wanted In corn, and It was reason
able to expect an enormous crop, capable, of
supplying mat species oi ioou iu superabun
dance at a low price. But the season was
marred by a drought, and In many parts of the
Statclhe corp crop was seriously injured, so
that there will be no superabundance, and
scarcely more than was producedlastyearfrom
much less laud planted In that greatest of ce
reals. The production of rice, too, this year,
has been cnrtalled to a considerable extent by
the removal of planters from the tide-water re
gion. Still, the foason for rice has been good, and
those who have planted have generallr made
good crops. If saved, the rice crop will very
materially aid In supporting our people and tho
army collected for our defence. We, therefore,
trust that prompt and vigorous efforts will be
m ulo by the planters to reap the fruits of their
summer's exertions; and thit our authorities
will uhWd every facility and co-operation In
making this large resource of subsistence a all
able. It lsaiiintterof no trifling Importance
to our people, and to the operations of our
forces. Timely exertions may prevent much
trouble and expense and suffering.
It will tie seen by this extract below that
John Mttchel has not yet got his plantation In
Alabama, wllhlhe sleek ami fat negroes, for
which he pr-ved so lustily a few cirs ago.
Neither can Jobu get the sword. The en for
him Is mightier than the sw ord. Poor John.
.loli n Mltchel.
The Atlanta Confederacy dlsssnts from the
Richmond inirtr' recommendation to raise
an Irish brigade for this talented Irish patriot.
It save
u Wo should like to seo Mr. Mltchel located
at a good point, editing u newspaper Ills
talents In this line are unrivalled, and he could
be of especial service to us at this time; but we
are opposed to raising a brigade for him. lie
wields a pen more gracefully and powerfully
than almost an) body we know. This Is his ea
pcvl il vocation let hltn be assigned to lt.M
Mercury, lf.
A llrvlevv at Fort H muter.
Last Friday was a bright and balmy October
day, and fieu. Illpley, In appointment, went
down to review tbe garrison at Fort Sumter,
consisting of the First Refflmcntof South Caro
lina Artillery A large number of ladles were
present. The general looked as line as a Ad
dle, and performed his part with stylo and ex
pedition. Tlie splendid corps at the post ap
peared to great advantage before their original
and honored commander. The excellent band
added much to the occasion. After the ever
else on the parade, a ten-Inch coiumblad was
tired for the benefit of the ladles, and also a
casemate gun. After a luncheon, the visitors
retired lit a state of decided gratification.
VtTCury, Yif, 4th.
Wocau't seewhat particular "benefit" this
tui-luch coiumblad could have been to tho li
dies, l nt wo do not, we suppose, fully under
stand Southern socletv. One thing lu this
connection has Impressed Itself upon our mind,
und wo would like to Inquire how u Southern
lady would be treated on such an occasion who
should flauut thrt emblems of the old flag, the
lied, while and bluer' Washington society
tolerates m, white and red" Will Southern
snfletv tolcrute the red, while and blue?
Net it1
The following Is from the Richmond enrre
sHndeiit of Ibe Charleston Mercury, Il ap
pears that ttltl .ViicV conduct of tho war Is
under Mood uii the otlu r side of the line us well
as thl-. Little Mac fur President ! Trot him
out, gentlemen ; ou can't do ll too soon :
RtciiMosn, Friday, Oct. 31.
Mr. Beujatuln Is sanirnlne In regard 1o the
storvof the New York Express loxt an armis
tice. Tbe tenor of his latest dispatches were,
that, at the earnest solicitation of France, Eng
land had consented to take up the American
question early In October, and this Inclines him
to believe the report of the Expire. Another
( Ircumstanco which goes to show that some
thing Is in the wind. Is the meeting In New
York of the French consuls from Richmond,
( harlfiton und New Orleans. M. Paul, the
consul reside nt here. Is expected back to-day.
Ouulcle of official circles the armistice story
Is taken quite coolly. There Is some discussion
us to whether the blockade will be raised in
cuse the armistice is accepted. Beyond this
little is said or hoped.
Upon the fitrtl'tst hero Is a rumor of the pur
chase, by European capitalists, of Confederate
1 mods to a Urge amount some sav 1100.000,
andotheis put It us high us $4.000',000. It Is
reported (hat the purchasers will give exchange
at W, a modi favorable bargain for ns. Wc
now lecall tbe fact that a Georgia Arm, so
called, bought, the other day, 91,000,000 of
Confederate 1ond. and some Incline to the
opinion thai ibis (i corgi tu firm has partners
tbroad
A nutnU r of officers from Bragirs army are
iu town. They speak of him without mercy.
One of them told me that Kentucky was for
evir lot to us, and by onr own fault. Bragg
miniates fact-, when he Bays wegot but liOO
recruits In Kentucky. Buford'a cavalrj bri
gade atone u umbers -',000; say nothing of In
lautn iernnnts that came back with our
irinv
U'hil Iluell was retreating to Louisville, the
flower of bis nnny havlug been cut up at Perry
vlll. Bruirg was leaving the richest country In
the world torn region in which It Is Impossible
for his nrrnj to subilt. The men are worse
otl for clot he and blankets than Lee's arm). Iu
the fat i) of all this, a Ma AT officer asserted jester
dnv thai Bragg h td been promoted to the com
mund of the entire West,
In truth, though MrClellanVt seemlug activity
Is pari of u scheme to Influence the elections,
which take tbice iu nine States on the 4th of
November Tuesday next It Is plain that
'L!tll'j,Ia ' r being engineered for ll.ePresl
deuc bv the brokers, while Stanton and the
Republicans ai wnrklne with might and uiuin
against him. A pretty kettle of lili Is brew ing,
evldenll.
Tllb Nl.VV VtillK IUPALTATIUMi.--KeSpeCllUg
Miti recent defalcations lu the custom-house.
New York, ti eorrcnpomlcnt of the Philadelphia.
Jit'jiiiter hold Ibis language:
The cubtoin -house frauds continue the great
(local) topic. Ibe main facts of the casobao
a 1 read appeared in the Tntutrer; but a column
would be tilled with tho gossip afloat, iu rela
tion to Ibe parties supposed to Im jmrtlcrpn
ctlmitwi. Ilivlutr. no desire to prejudge the
(ane, I forbear.
A bcauhlng Investigation U going on, uud
tin- rcMilt, as soon as retched, will not be with
held from the public. It Is a fact that not a
few names ligure In tho business, which the
communitj will be surprised to see there
names that occupy a prominent place in politi
cal and commercial circles, und that ha.u nl
wajs been accounted very stnonwns of honor
und houc't, und till that. Tills Is a tery
wicked world, mid, lu the fate of such dis
closures u the-!, it ma well be feared lb it II
U fat gtttlni: no better.
, . , , ,
- - ; n"Ts;,ySd sasi'i.VjE
vwted our plate on Monday last, villi the
Ucu of i out est Ing the election of Loejo, or
(oiieoitiiiif omo scheme through which to nre
vdit him from taking his scat in tho next Con-grot-
These men are desperate. Fulling to
deteat Mr. Lovejoynt the polls, they now Bcem
determined to defeat the constitutionally c
presM d w lh of the people. Like the south
ern wlnjrof thut pnrtv lu Ihe eihp of the Presi
dential election, ibey are not satisfied that the
majority of tbe in-ople should rule; uud like
their Southern frleuds, fhey are dcurmlned to
have power, even at th expeiihu of all the
gu.iranteesof our civil, religion and personal
liberties. Hut tbls Is u game that two parties
cauworkut, and tho men who iltcted Mr
Ltncjoj wllUeotolt that he U tiut defrauded
out of tho rights and honors conferred upon
hi m bv Ihe people. Ktioxiill Republican.
t-l k ii HOinan In another t'olumn pit king
Hiiinbuel (.rjpes, lor Spier' Wine. It l an
uilinlrjt.il. article, used In hoepltaU, aud b) tho
lirtt run.liu- lu Carl., London and New Vurk,
In prilerence to old Port Wine. Il I" wonh a
trial, a it Elres f-teat satltfactlon. If
FROM UKN.BimXHlDIS'S ARMY.
Itr-blSpleBln onr Csintp Thrlr Motle nf
Kutrite ThfVlr(-lnl4roii-Hpt-The
One IluBilrrtl and Fort) -Fifth PfiiniyU
i aula confidence in uen iiuminir,
JtpfCtM Correspondence of the Inquirer.
J . ' Wabrekton, Va., Now 11, lWW.
That we have these In ourramp lu too' grcit
a number, and that they furnish highly reliable
Information to the enemy, cannot be denied,
and so far as w e can learn or discover no efforts
are made or no arrangements perfected to pre
vent It. It Is true, we have pickets, and It Is
equally true that we have stragglers. It Is
known, too, that the rebels are In full posses
sion of many thousand complete sets of our
uniforms am equipments! combine with the
above knowledge the fact that It is easy for them
to dress un lu one of our said suits some one
of the many smart, culck wits and Intelligent
men among them t when so dressed, let him
take the road over which we hate passed, let
him Join company with the straicKlcrs, and he
can march Into camp and no questions asked.
When well Inside the lines, he can stay for
das aud weeks, Usltlng now this and that en
campment, nad, by passing himself oif as n pa-
roicu prisoner, or someiniugoi inai nature, ex
cite a smpathy, and lu consequence will be
well taken care of so long as hedeslrestostat,
which ho dw4, gaining all the Information he
desires, and, watching well his opportunity,
slips through inc picket uoe, nnu iiimisucB io
Ids commanders Information worth more to
them than can te calculated. As un Instance
of this a little circumstance occurred which Is
w orthy of mention, A drum major of one of i
ourreglmcuts)CFterdayinornlnir,whcnleavlnc
1.1 ln.it In HHinara Ctr till vtwilt fiXA Til II. '
his lent, to prenire for the reredtc. found pin
ucd to the front of his tent a small note from
one Sklllan. n lieutenant upon Jacksons
staif the note st itlnj- that he hid been ntnonp i
us tor some nine, inai ne was men on lorcpon
to his superior, and at the same lime warned
tiiciirum major o look out jornuntfy, iiieuruiii
nnjor wc sneak of believes the note to bono ci
Kjrtf, as tbcrtund writing is known to Jilm, he
bclug a graduate of Yale College and In the
same class with this Sklllan, and when he
(the Major) was a prisoner nt Charleston. 8.
C this same lieutenant (sited and show ed film
many favors.
Sklllau Is known to be an accomplished
draughtsman us well as engineer. As efforts
In find his whereatouts within our lines hare
Iirorcd unavailing, doubtless ''Stonewall" hxs,
y this time, not only adrawinjofouriObitlon,
but the number of our forces and by whom Ibcy
are commanded.
(oiiMrrlpIs AVniit loCUl Out of II.
Whllowe lay at Kectortown, enjoying the
"comforts' of j regular Mew England snow
storm, a resident of the neighborhood, living
just outside our picket Hues, m ido the acquaint
ance of one of the eaptalns of the Seventy-sec
ond Pennsylvania (winter a rire .ouacsj rcg
lment, and stated to hliA that he desired to make
some arrangement bv w hlch he might be c -ip-to
red and paroled.
He stated tint he knew of nine other who
desired to make tliesamearrangetuent. lu lhl
course of conversation this would-hc prisoner
stated be, as well as his friends, were conscripts;
that they were assigned to the Eighth Virginia
car alr lhatthcywcrcmenofdecldcdl) Union
sentiments, but that home, family, and posses
sions prevented them from declaring their sen
timents aud taking the oath of allegiance. As
before stated, they desired to be made prison
ers, then paroled, und b so doing be honora
bly discharged from serving In the Confederate
army. In order to effect this the captain und
a guard was Invited iodine, the next daj, at
Ibe houie of the one who made the proposal-.
Ho was to be then .ind there arretted, and wn
to show the cuptalu the huimH of the other.
The next mornlnir, however, wc moved from
Itcrtortowii too carlvfor bretkfaM ITcncetbc
captain and men were deprived of a good din-
ucr, nnu, mTiiaps, oi ine privilege oi a mug so-
joum In some luathsome Virginia priou
We make this latter supposition, as wc be
lieve It to be a nleeh laid pUu to rob us of
some of our be?t and bravest of our country's
defenders;
Secehh" U still, however, counected with
the Klghth Vlrglnli cavalry, aud our capt tin
and bis men are stilt In the ranks,
due lltimlreil mill Fort) -an li l'eun I--n
I a IteRlmeiil,
When sieuklug of this reuluicni, wc mglvet
ed to spcik of the presentation to them of the
Mate flair. It was made ) Deputy ecretar
Thoma at the time they were l)lng at Bolivar
Heights. Your readers can be assured that not
one of the same flags have eve r been presented
to a regiment who jre In tier able or more will
ing to protcrt It.
Oiir.VcM lumuiauiler.
We hive every eontidencn iu tho ability ed
our new commander, Gen. Burnslde, und fancy
that with him at our leader, the motto will not
lie, "Walt and dig,' but, "March and fight."
Kvidcnc es are, on every haud, that pressing for
wurd is to be the new tactics adopted. All are
now under marching orders, aud when our new
leader has well studied and digested the plans
for the preteut campaign, wc feel that be will
seo them well, speedily aud promptly carried
out, until success has crowned his etforts.
A Hklrmlsli In Pruul u.l tu Our Ulglit.
All day lomr, at Intervals, heavy firing has
been heard In the direction of Culpcper Court
House. Early this morning a brigade from
(leu. HejnobH' command was scut out on a re
conuolssance In that direction. The cause of
the tiring Is doubtless, that they hare met a
portion of the enemy, but tbe results have not
as jet readied the headquarters of our camp
Couch's.
TheJlRllroail,
Vesle-rda) trjius commenced ruunlng.regular
ly over the Man isBas and Warreuton road, di
rect to this point. Boon this will, for n time,
be doubtless the dejtot lor supplies, and cuj
blc us better to proceed on our Journey Bout It.
P roll tif( the 4trntKler.
YeMerda inorulmr, as somu three blragglers
from the On Hundred and Fort -fifth Pennsyl
vania regiment wereriuietl wending their way
towards our encinipment, when lu the vicinity
of Salem, some eight miles from here, the) met
with some bt mill in; bands from White's cava I
rj, who arrested uud then ptroled them. The
reached here last evining, will probably rein iln
lure uutll their muster roll are made out, ind
then teturn to tlnir homes, to be hcnt to light"
the Indi iu
n.,m the Philtdclphiu inquirei
Klumit 1h1 Tlieorle .VIaiIv lay,
A tlnunc ial tbeorlt, wlm writes for und Is
endorsed b) the New Vork World, under Ibe
Hli;uaturetl ltulliouli-l," b ts tbecMileht meth
od of prov insf bis jHiHltloiis lb it run possthly be
luuglned. Thus, on rUlurdi) list, be demon
Mrateil In his comfortable wn that the present
high prices nf coin nre tho results of natural,
and not ficltIou causes; and this Is how be
did Iti He first attunim, without tfivlng mi)
data lo suppoit the assumption, that 'Mho nitu
ral voluiiicof the currency of the lojal States
Is rtv e hundred millions ot dollars" he then as
sumes, und still without producing a fucLor
figure of data, that the actual "curl cue) of the
loal Btates ut this time amounts to seven hun
dred million' of dollars" and, upon thcho un
supported niMitnptlons, he concludes that the
premium on gold should necessarily be fort)
.zip fi nt
.:.. ".... 1....1 .. i i.i
n uiiraiij i nun. ra, i.u m.m.i , i ... u...
pmilbly l more miuir anil tay tlmu ll.e fore
ItolliL'l It Irllliinila un luliorlous collccllou or
(omimrlsoii orfjoti imJ Hirurra.and It riiiulres
no ..rain upon tl.c Int. lit. . for a,,al,.l or arg.,.
mi null mil, i.i ,w ,i,v .. ..w u...v
Jonr liroKjiilons, unJdplicr out anyrcalllt joil
ilftlre. There Is In thin nullioil, how ner.nliout
a inucli reason u In Ilic mot of the aririiinonl
inemiiiisn. au von nac iu hu is i" -uiv
or,he;pee,,la.rSlnl,illjo We take tho .lb.
uuia, nun it-., nun-, iii in.. I'lci, niii tuiii ,ii.j
wllliullher lumily hl protul'iii nor warrant
i.i. , .,i ,
III. ir.ncluri.oui..
V I'. V lll II K III'MINKHH.
LAW, H.NAMlAli AWIl I lll.l.ruimu.
iniiiki: unm mnihias Mirra riEouTiATLD.
Par,fi.i.Tlli NOTT. ANU Ulli-HHlll A..ULNTI
till. OUT AND flilir.TIII
MllChS ANU IHIMiS UOUUIIT ANIJ MltU
KM l.UM f I UN CIJ.M.MISSIUN
(titrritvMFST vi, tiMi nouaiiT.
Il I. 1IOU1I ,
Couiiat ll.tr at Law, .
'il Na.aau .In et, New Vork
ICr" Ten jear. Ill vNle all 1 United s tie. Court.
Ailllie firatl. n'l '
uht ni'i i:ivi:d a lahli stock ok
ti rleriiieticall. Sealed CiO.IIj, i on.UIInK of
IHUITs, JLLLIKS, Mr Al, IfOKTAIlLts.ic,
whlihue i Her for t.le at New lotkmaiketprlcei,
ostiikim imoriiKns,
octn 2H5 Kenniyhania aienue
TIlOPOSALS FOR INDIAN UOODS.
DtFAHTMtlTOr THE INTERIOR,
Or r tec iRDiAii ArrAiRS,
oermVr 17, 1862.
SKALKD PROPOSALS, endorsetl " Proposal! for
Indian Goodi," (CI 1,3, s, or 4. as the cat mtr
be,Motwdflive-dlnthecltrofNeworkJwHlbe
reeelreil at the Office of Indian ARMrs until twelve
o'clock M.,on Wednesday, the lothdsyof Deeem
tr next, for furnUhlng the followta; named
srtlclet t
ClAii No I
Mackinac lilanlets, ( Mht, und Dry Ooodt.
3,(xu pairs 3 point while Mscktaac blankets, to
measure 6t by 73 lacbrs,and welsh 8 ponndi
J.ooo patriae; point white Mackinac blankets, to
measure 6 by G8 Inches, and welch C pounds
soopalra 2 point white Mscklnae blsnketi, to
meaiure 41 h) W Inchei, and weigh Sl
pound
6ti0pslri P( point white Mackinac blankets, to
measure 36 by au lathes, and weigh 4
pounds
too pain I point white Mackinac blankets, to
measure TJ b) 44 tnchfi, and weigh 3X
ounds .
l,?uoplri 3 point icarltft MacklnaC blanket-, to
measure CO h) 7J Imhes, and weigh 8 pounds
iu pairs 2VlHlnt scarlet Mackinac blankets, to
measure 64 by6fl Im. ties, and welgha pounds
luupalrs2Hlnt no. riot Micklne blankets, to
messure 43 t) txn Inihea, and weigh ft'4
1K)U1UU
Its) pairs 1 point scarlet Mnikluao blankets, to
measure 33 h) H liuhes, anil weigh 3
ptmiuU
Mop-ilr 3 (mint gretn Mi.iklnae blsakets, to
measure GO b) ?i Inches, and weigh 8 pounds
loo pairs 3', point jfreen Mackinac blankets, to
measure M b) 66 Inches, and weigh pounds
l,csJpalrs3 wlnt Indigo blue Mat klnao blankets,
to measure go h) 79 Inthet, and weigh 8
pounds
(too pairs 3JtKint Indigo blue Mackinac blankets.
to measure 61 l Ml tm.hes, and weigh A
impairs l Klnt Indigo blue Mscklnae blankets,
tn nin.aiiu t T.i lit Innhaa mn.t M.l.h tlr
Niunus
to meMiiire 37 T-j Inches, and weigh 3'
ptUDUS
M pairs 3iont grntlnella Hue Mscklnae blan
kets, to measure CO l 73 Inches, and weigh
8 pound
300 pairs 3 ' i iolnt gentlnella blue Mackinac blan
kets, to measure M l) C3 Inches, and w clgh
0 tounds
lui pairs l'i jtolnt gentlnrlta blue Mackinac
Mankets, to measure 3G by 60 Inches, sud
weigh 44 pounds
100 pairs 1 iH)lnt gentlnella blue Mackinac blan
kets, to measure 3i t) 4S Inches, and weigh
3'4 ound
3,UM)ards ftucy list blu iloth
4(100 do grat list blue cloth
suo do do hi tik i loth
1,umj do saved list Maik cloth
4,0ti0 do do line cloth
o,oiu do do scarlet ilolh
sou dozen 8-4 woollen shawl
fiou pounds linen thrvtd. No 4J
1,300 do cotton thread
flu gross worsted gsrterlng
7fl.ou0)arttcilloo
a,ww do Merrlmsc calico
8,ooo do Tiirke) red tahco
25,000 do blue drilling
30,ooii do brown drilling
30,0iu do led ticking
3,(hx tlo satlnetts
32,uu do pltldllnses
30 (WO do uitMi ai.he.1 domestic sheeting
1 Rikl !. l.l.lKi tld.1 BhAAtlni-
'"'J"" J'
U.UU do (.hecks, stripes, midYlnUi
lo u-j iio rt-Dnels, tsaortetl
2ouKiuuds I roun Killing twine, No. 3i
titti do lotlonmaltre
j,mu t tt 11 led runnel khlrt
fM dozen hftkor) shirt
3,ou.ctllco -hut-
3tniklti7iu Canadlnn l-rlts
Cl ASS No 3
ItmJg Made itoihiny
3iMlbies4tliiett pantaloons
3&0 do (.oats
i ctdct mixed satlnr tt coats
M da do paulsloou
IIS fro.L co its, Indigo blue, broad cloth
loo pantaloon do do
33tiii-iluett ioats, trimmed with red
ILasi No. 3
Hardware, Agiiculturol Impiemrnti, t
i'tvu iuund brass kettles
4)nestsJapsnnrdkettlel(81n i nest)
Um minp ki ttles, (3 site)
iiiodoten3qusrt tin pan
aoo do 4 miart tin pen
oo do tlquvrt Hit o in
i,iu d.i ,uiw awU
,uu oo un i'iii
i-"- ) u- hok
tt.li lines
'iM dl
in d.i
buO do
LOO do
ISO d.t
S50 1.
uosrse tooth .omt
line tooth combs
silssors
shears
weeding hoes
hand saw flies, 4 , inches
snsdes
60 Jj
3,600 short handle frj pan
a uoen uasung ijhjuoi
1ajo do tablespoons, (Iron)
&' do axes, to weigh 4t; to6, pound
doo d.i Itilf Axes, to weigh 3 pounds, (with
handles)
ftmi do 2loo mirrors
6o do lire steel
6oo pound bras w Ire
130 do best Chinese vermllllon
cam do seed beads
leu dozeu huKher kulre
ik do skSlplng knives
iw do quaw hatthets
13 do 4(; Inch lUt rile
.U.000 pounds lobacko.
Cijvu No 4
bunt. Ammunition, 4c
umj rifles, tap lock, (half ounce bsllj
3U0 shotguns, (double bsrrrl)
150 kegs powder
I ,uw,w water-proof cap
Suo bag Trald ball
300 flasks
300 belt
600 ponder horiu
3,000 flints
JOT dozen gun nipples
jwj wrenches,
dootls of American insnufuture of the required
stjlcs and quality will tie preferred; but, a the
samples of blankets and iloth are foreign fabrics,
It w 111 be neccssarj . In proposing a domestic Art Lie
of either of those kind, that A simple thereof shall
Aceoinpany the bid The nrtLlcstobe furnished
must, In all respects, conform to and t equal w 1th
the Government samples, which maybe seen At
this office on and after the 34th Instant. Tho ar
ticles will he rlrjldl) tnsjH'tted And compared with
the samples by an Agent or Hjrenls Appointed for
that purpose. Such ah ma) be unequal thereto In
hii) particular will be rejected; in which case the
contractor will be bound to furnish others of the
required kind or quality within three dA)Bior,tf
that be not done, ttiev will be purchased At his ex
pense. Pa)menf will he made for the goods re
celv ed ou Invoices thereof, icr titled by the Agent or
agents Appointed to Inspect them It I to be un
derstood that the right will be reserved to require
ntmedthanthst specified In the above schedule!
and all bids for furnishing said articles may be re-
trll
anuan uios ior luruisniug sam articles may oe re-
uune ironi wrium miiu nmr iituru 10 coin in wnn I ... Te -...- --. -. j "--
the rrqulrcment. of prci lou. iontrct ilth th ' "' '"',0. ,v'10 "r" lrlliulr, .ud wlih th. pur
UnlleJ S(lo,, or Mlio re not iiinniifactiirrr.or I Mt.il;nMt,ilronge.l,iiiiil mo,t ferfect deniure
wholnaledriilrti In Hie rraulred .rllelc. will bf ' ,nl V'..01"1 I,r0(1"(: " Mineral Hte will I
considered) Anu iie wci mat uuuersaro sunmao
uftcturers or dealers must be evidenced b) theccr
tltlcats of the collector of the port where they re-
sine, orwuiTv n i iTupaisruiouenrer ine Articles,
Ihe pioposals must embr tee the articles, with the
quantifies thertof as the) nro arranged lnnhe
schedule, with the prKi Annexed to each, In dol
lars and cents, at which the) are to bofurntshed)
mid the Amounts must be carried out and footed up
for each class. Mid prii.es and Amounts must be
so given, without ani modUlcatlon, or proposed
inodltleatlon, or variation whatever. The) should
he submitted with the following heading: I (or we)
iirreii) ruuatr in luimaii mr hip ser ice oi I ne In
dian Department, and auurdlng to the terms of its ,
Miltertlsemeuts tbereof.dnted November Hth.ltkW,
tlte lollotvlng articles at the price thereto affixed,
(here Insert the list ALCordlnirlotheclsss onlasses i
,ur,i urinrrnuir in ineciiyoi jew vork i
IV
!i) the 1st da) or April next, or At such time or
limes our
rlmr Ihe venr lmi insi he ordered liv lhi
inuilssiuiieroflliiUaii AftAlrsi and If the urniM.
m1 l)f ah en ted (liere lnt rt llittuttnl. in uimlunr I
In iirt,ir more tlntn 4iieiKss I proposed for,) I
(orwe)wIll,vIthintHeiil)davsthereatter,exe(.ute
dtontratt atiordlnKlj.aiid Rhe seiurltv, trntlifao
)Z IV X1tZ m HT,. .Ar'r,!'S?:
.... ... .. , -....--..---... .... ...v.. ,..-
ii .hi mini w ccuiuiniu.il min a Kumnl) m me
OIIOH log foria, to I Kni'l bj In o or IllOre rriun-
.imc i.er.on..wm.c .ura.ic ncj iiiu.t lie crrtinnl
l? f . VS'ttinff, Z fiJ f. J """''' "I'""") I
i..1 fiJ f.i iMrVr".'.1 I!u,.ll,jr,t,,,..l'
aboie riililer, (ur bldjir.,) If atonlrait.ha I lie
..ua..la. t.. htm In, tl.miil ............-.. .. . .v.
1'Mifwo.ier, r., il Ht.un1Kvt.bnll I
wr.icu in mm inriurui) ccoMinrio li or Ihcir .
l l.u or iiropo.nl, will.. xt-cule contract ccordlni
I). oJ1itMrfiuUltc .ciurlt) for ll.p cr(orm'l
.,..V iin ..;.... f u.ii.or.iicir
propoMl, will execute a conlracl : aciordlm
i1!'?.. n??'! ii IT ".'," or '.'!' I"''"''"'1
hereof,., pr. .i rlueil Intlieaihertl.einentfor I
uii fur Indlttti (foiuU aUtiul nil. K... !..
". . ... , f'V .i.,;:;. .... ",' . li''.'.''.Vl."l''n''ll,.ror
J, "i', ," ,hc7,e.Vf'u. (orTirtr) ".ZV T.o to'
uo, ue herti.j agree io iinti ourselves, our heirs.
uu, nr iintu n,,"-,- i" uiuu uur.cn e., our neim,
exicutor., and huhLrii., to forfeit and nay the
I United stale., a daiiime., a .urn not lea. than
'"''.. .'.f.VJ ..?.?.''' "'"'.'"'."f M l"'1 or Pr0:
Ibld foVTheW.iiful.rma'nir.oV , l"o ? .",
-. . . -, .. v",1',"",i"uKruiuiiimi ai -
I'""") J'1 1;";??.1!.! " i" .'.""'''ri d that dor.
nonirictl. conform lunll particular, to the term,
,,liUre.tf,..of1hl.d.ertl,e,,,t
1101 10 JlnwU.cIo liiiuliil.aloiiir
,'VKUYUUUl'ri.llriitloiili.l,cliao.ir
mui .Inlc of Plothlnv l,,r Mm. ... Ii... ., ...
,. wiiUhwehateJu.t rrcelied.and ollir foriale at
I lerj low price., at No 461 Seienlh .treet, near K.
J URUCKtiCO,
riuj'i.i-iui. oi u.K nan noining Konro
.rp ii 3in
maink. ai1gm1
am,
.ULllll lt HI UI ASU(lAriOI
om.e, No mo K atteet, .or riiirleenlh
( iiiiiiiiuiil. alluli. to lai aililie.i.il to
J IIA1MAWAV,
Mute Aeent.
ub1 lu tl lotk l.uxflb, a.li1nKtou, U C
I.'IPICIAI ATTENrlDN llltULDTO OUK
j new .lo.k of 1.11 and Uint.r llothlntr, Gent.
r ui ui.iiiuj) uuinu, i.a.a, in, u
to.
L A UULLafn.
llothleri, No 361 let enth itreet.
AI.T1MOHB AlfD OHIO RAIUtOAD.
t-aseii-er Trains) tTrom AVshlti-r,tou,
"" TUB PASSENGER TRAINS
! between ,
WASHINGTON, BALTfMORr, AND TIIF.VFST
will run as follows:
$rt Dally Tratnt to Wathtngton and the HH
Two Daily Train between HiiiA'm twd tht Wttf.
On Sundayi, three tralm to llatti more and one to the
tTt ns foilowsi 7.40 a. ra., ami 3 aad A p. m.
Passengers for the West make close connections
at sshtngton Junction (Relay) with the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad, for all pofnts Wert, at tower mtr
if fare than by sy vther tine
or r
PhlladtiDhta and AfW York" Lest e Washington
at 8 a. m.,11 a. m , and 6 p. m.
for AnntiunHt Leave Nashtngtoti nt 6a. m. and
x 30 p. m.
run Abb ruinis nt.si,
andKtatlonsatonethe Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
lea re Washington st 6 and 7 40 n. in., and 3 so p.
m ami on niinua) isi iwp.ni,
TRAIN MOVING SOUTH
Leave New York nt 7 a. m., Philadelphia at 1 1 30
a. in.. Baltimore st 3 43 p. m. Arrlv e at Washing
ton at 6 30 p. m.
Leav c New ork at 6 p. m , Philadelphia nt 10 Co
p. m., Baltimore st 4 3o. ni. Arrive st Washing
ton at 6 30 a m.
Leive New York st II p. in , I'hlladelnliU st 3 30
in . Baltimore at 7.40 a. m Arrive at WAshlns-
ton At 8 23 a. m.
Local Accommodation Trains lest e Baltimore At
10 a m. andfi.iop m., for Washington; arrhe there
At 13 a. m. And 7 p. m.
On Sunda) s At 4 30 And 7 40 a. m., only, from Bal
timore. No Annapolis connections on similar rrom Balti
more or Washington.
Passengers leav Ins! Wash inglo n At 6 And 7.40 A.m.
And 3 p. in , make connect Ions J Washington Juno
tlon (ReU) ) with trains on the Baltimore And Ohio
railroad, for all points west of the Ohio rlrer and
for all points along the line of the Baltimore And
Ohio road, In Ma r land And Virginia,
Trains leave Annapolis for Baltimore and Wash
ington da 11) , except fund) s, At A 43 a. m., and 3 40
p. in.
Passenger Train J leav Ing Washington at 8 a. m..
II a. m , and 5 p. m., and Baltimore At 4,30 and 7 40
a.m. ana sou p.m., siop oni) nt Aunajioiis nun
Washington Junctions.
Wat Passengers must take the Accommodation
TTAlnsonly. W. P. SMITH,
not ij piatirrtu irnuiuri-iitMi.
M1C1V HirCKWllKAT KLOlTIt.
JVST'HF.CEIVED FROM XEW YORKt
76saks Extrs HVCKH HEAT FLOL'H.
30 tlrkins Choice Tshle Itl'TTLK.
Muart'sXAtVP.
Cut lf.UOI.
Choice New Orleans Brown MOAU.
Vermont Maple SVdAK.
New HOPS.
Kxtra Sugar-cured HAMS.
Best quality Kamllr And Kxtra FLOVH.
New York VttVESE, very One for table use.
Also, fine WISES And ItRAKDY, and as fine
Old BourlKinAnd Rje in"fKtascanl'ehad
For sale by
JPSSK B. WILSON,
No. 347 Pennsylvania avenue,
Between Sixth And Seventh streets,
no 15 dtwlf South side'
V
M TIIR OFFICEUH OF T1IR AHMV,
J list arrlv ed, by direct Importation per steamer
Fulton, from Kurope. a v ery tine and large Assort
ment of Marine, Opern, Field Glasses, And Tele
scopes, which I will sell a very little Above the
cost In Pirl As to the qualities, there are none
sunel br to he had, hat lug been selected purposely
i.tr mi market. Also, a large ud well-Assorted
i stock of Opera Glasses, Microscopes gold, slrTer,
I and steel pt ctddes And Fye Glasses, suited lo the
' tight b) the use of an Optometer. A considerable
number of certificates to be seen at my office, from
gentlemen who have been suited At my establish-
inent.
I 4-'i JYMijcWnfi ueeuue, between Four-and-a
half and Sixth streets
My Ksfablltlimeut Is up stairs
Glat fitteil to ini7. The trade supplied.
Oct to-1)
pANHKH ON THE POTOMAC,
On and after the Wtb Instant da) of September,
passes will be required from all v essels, boats, fcc,
navigating tiie Potomac river. These will be Is
sued b) the Commanding Oltlcer of tbe Flotilla,
And mi) be obtained from the naval V essels st a.
tloned nt Alexandria, or At the mouth of the rtv er.
GIDFON WFLLF.S,
secretary of the Nav).
Nvv v Depaktmlnt,
September II, 1W3. sep 14
4 BASIS F.XFKKHS COMPANV,
J Ofllee 01 Prnn, STtunr,
Washington City, D. (
fiHKAT EA8TKKN, NORTHERN, and WEST
ERN EXPRESS FORWARDERS.
Mer lismitUe, Mouey, Jewelry, Valuahles,
Notes, Htoeks, Bonds, .fee,
Forwarded with SAFl.Tl AND DISPATCH to all
Accessible sections of the country. ThlsCompsnj
has Agencies lu the principal rallwaj towns In the
NORTH, EAST, WFST, AND NOHTHWFST.
Its principal otllces Are
WASmXQTOXD. C.t X. YORK, B08T0X,
PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE. CJX-
CIXXATL AT. LOUIS, LOUIS
VILLF, LEXIXQTOX.
Connection Are made at New Vork And Boston
with lines forwarding to the Canada And .the
British Provinces, and with steamship lines to Liv
erpool, Southampton, and Havre, And thence by
Kuropean expresses to All prominent commercial
iowus in eireni uritAin auu on ine continent.
Collection of Notes, Drafts, and Bills made at all
accessible parts of the United State.
C C. DUNN, Agent,
Je U Washington, D. C.
fl'KK'
KTIII TKKTII1
i't iiuu.ii ii. -, iiiv iiitriiiui mm uiiruirr
m i nnMlj Hi ik 4i. i... .n- ...i . ......
oi me mineral riateieetn, aitenas personalty at
hlsoRlcelnthls city.
Manv persons can wear these teeth who cannot
wear others, and no person can wearoi
, "J"10 we",t1(1'" . . . ,
liners wno
i ;; ,,, . , . ,
""' i ,hl ,,,
Kooms In thl cits No 333 PennsvlvsulA ave
nue, between Ninth and Tenth streets. Also, 907
Arch street, Philadelphia mar 19 ly
1 KNKKA I. IIEADUII AIITKIIH
VJ MJHAI1D1V BUrti-lfS,
W1IOIEIALE AND HLTAII..
STATION!- RY. BLANK ANU SCHOOL BOOKS,
MILirAH WORKS.
M1SCF.LLANKOUS BOOKS,
tvriiuiK i tiwrs, r.utrioiirs. loruoiioa,
tiold Pens, Pencils, Inks, fee, Ju ,
Pocket llooks, and Pocket Cutler),
PhotofrrAiih Albums In ererv vArietv .
Newspapers, Periodicals, and
WII-.At rUULILAUUni.
All oiders prompt)) Attended to.
Call andeicAiulne, No charge forshowlnggoods,
KHP.PHLKD it RILK,
Corner Seventh and D streets,
otf'io m Washington, D. C,
I tOLI rt TDK's OFHtJI,
V Washington, U C, Nov IJ, 1WJJ,
MJTJCE fO fAS-PAYERS.
. , Nu.UeIshenh kUi IohII personsln arrears
,or ittxrM. wncinerRH.. i.iiioriiiinuiuinx. nil..
ulll,.M 1P ,rat. , f,u t u,u olllce befure the ut
I ,1.. nf Jmumri' np.t.lhl .iron, itiinn whlcli tlm t
1 .In. of Jmiuar) next,tlieiiroi. rty onwMcli tlietitx
i uHiifi will thin briulirrl.Kl mi.l.olj a.tlio Uw
Jlrcit.. llio.e whowl.hto aioliltlie licmy ex.
I"" "' xlverlUIng will .le.e iay wllliln 1l,e
imeMueclHcil
HUIC llllCU.
i,e ,icclHl,
A ill.couiil nl 0 icr .rut. will lie allow
i,e l,w, during Ihe iiioulh of t.arm
Noieralir Ihrr? will be no abatement,
vm dion l
. n.. wn, .
A JI. count ii(0 nrr tent. Willi), atluwnl
the liw durtuie Ih5 luoiill. "r LiSrr
N,raii.r h,.r, w .0 nl,nl,.fni.
under
After
I '"" PI ON, solicitor.
IHI1 I
, . i it i v tn n i v n
, i 1
f
I
N K W
Til V IT.
.?C;iiii!'.tlree,;,,w SMX&SS '& i'lfii.1
NowU the time In l.u) your Fall I'lothlnicatNo.
1 Hoi hoi for Seientli .treet, no 4tu A large in.
, ,Clce of clolhlng.at erj low prUe., No. too wv.
enth.lnet near V
A u. w wij '".., e l.ol 1 1 liuJ,o..rClotl,l..pr.t
si.illh'., No IW Seienlli .ticel, U the iheai.e.t
hou.eln town to bii) jour Clothinij, Kurnlifilng
I Good.,1
I nice
runa., I. a.., auu t-aii. .ri nu jiu
OMMKND MRS WBFN'S TREATMKNT
I
fir Neuralffla, .ne na. iuk cureu ine i ery boon
lit .ui.n.un, rcn.ion .imce.
tall and ... how lu. in re.lie.talile citizen, lia. e
lieeniurrdl.) iu) IIANU MAGNf.TlSM.of Faral)-
.1., .mill, l.licuiuaii'iii, iiouuib. iiiuiicillll., I'lie.
in a week, lynhoid Keierlu a lew dai .k Luchor-
da).,
fufa i
rlura or While.
Sure cure for suol
cer.
Maauetk Fla.t.ri and ointment
MRS WHLN, I'hj.lclan
11C.&-I1.!' l4Kat,het 6th aad7th It..
lOO.UUO Imported llaiaua Segari, lompriilDgthe
1 cholce.t brand! In the uiaiket,jult recehedand
lor lale at
no 1'J
OSTHEIM BR0TIIKR9.
B
OnTllEI M 11 11 O T II K 11 rt ,
OBTIIKIM HliOTHK,lth,
PKNNSVLVANIA AVENUF, , ,
PErNSVLVANlA AVENUE, 1 4
fENNJVLVANIA AVFNUr, ,
I l. ' ' '
l. r , Branch of
39 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, NEW 10RK,
30 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, NEW 10RK,
Importer! of
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND'WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
And whnleaate dealer. In
RYE AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
RYE AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
At well at ei ery arlety of
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
And the beat brand, of
OENUINE HAVANA CIOAR8,
(IENUINE HAVANA UIitARS.
We alto offer for tale a complete aiaortment of
HERMETICALLY SEALED
FRUITS, MEATS, lo ,
HERMETICALLY SEALED
FRUITS, MEATS, c,
HERMETICALLY SEALED
FRUITt, MEATS, ko.,
Kxprea.ly put up for u-amp use.
BEST GOODS IN TIIE MARKET,
BEST GOODS IN TIIE MARKET,
LOWEST NEW VORK PRICES,
LOWEST NEW A ORK PRICES,
LOWEST NEW YORK TRICES.
1103 PENNSYLVANIA AVKNUK,
atl.1 PENNSYLVANIA AVKNUK,
Ueftveeii Ninth nu.l Tenth alreelf.
Oct 8
AT I I. I T A II V KI(UIIMKNT.
TRUNK, AND HARNKSS
M A N U V O T OltY,
4U0 Heenlli street,
OPPOSITE ODI FELLOWS' II1LI ,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
I manuUcture of the best material, and bve
constantly on hand, a Urge andvarld assort
ment of
MMitary and rf ferns' SADDLES,
BRIDLES,
BREAST COLLARS,
FELT SADDLE CLOTHS,
SHABRAQVES,
Patent Feed and Water Buckets,
Spurs,
Officer' Havernaelvg,
Officers' Fine Sword lielts,
Belt Trimmings, uud
Field (Haas Cases.
T li U N K a .
SOLE LEATHER,
1ROX FRAME,
DRESS, and
WOOD BOX T AS'.
VALISES,
TRAVELIXQ BAGS,
HARXFSS, dc.
H E P A lit I N U ,
As I manufacture Intuits extent! vel), and nr(.es
sarlly hav e all kinds of Trunk Material, I nm hrt trr '
prepared to repair Trunks, Ue., thoroiiRhlf und
promptly.thso any other estsbllshment in the ilty
JAMFS S TOPHAM.
net I 3ml
"IVANH i. WATSON'S
PHILADELPHIA,
SALAMANDER,
FIRE AND
BURGLAR PROOF
SAFES.
Store, 10 south Fourth street.
Philadelphia, Pa
Orders received by
W. D. SIIEPHFRD,
Corner of Sev enth and D streets,
Washington, D C,
Jan 11 lj
N
EW INVENTION
ARTIFICIAL CLEOPLASTIO DONE TEETH,
without metal plate or clasps, by
UK. S. B. SIOESMOND, ,
010 Broadway, New York, and 300 Penn. avenue,
between Twelfth aud Thirteenth sts , I
WASIIINOTON, i, c,
Calls the attention of the public tu tho following
advantages of his Improved ) stent)
1st. The teeth of his manufacture wilt never cor
rode nor change color by any acids, and are three
fourths lighter than any other.
'id. No teeth nor roots need bo extracted, as the I
artificial ones can he Inserted a er them.
3d. Ihe roots will be made Inoffensive and never
to ache. ,
4th. No temporary teeth are needed, asermanent I
ones cau w uiaae immemaiciy, mereoy preserv ing
the natural expression of tho face, whlih, under
the old s stem, Is frequently disfigured.
6th. 1 his work has been fully tested, for uv cr tl v e
ears, by many of the first chemists aud ph) slclans
of this and the old country.
Dr. 8 has also Invented a white Indestructible
metal filling, with which the most sensitive teeth
can be tilled without pain, and cau build up a per-
icci sounu loom on any sine nuns, wntcn win last
through a lifetime.
HereferstothefollowlnggeiitlemeniDr. ISIott)
Dr. Doreraus, Professor of Chemlstrj t Hon. A.'
Mann, Jun.j Capt. Crab tree. Ice President of ttie l
Emigration Company of New orls) Hon. Judge
Waue,of the Supreme Court) of Washington, D,
C.i and thousands of others. !
Call and examine for J ourlv es. nov tiiu I
riMf INVKNTOIIH AMI PATK1VTKKH.
MUNN U CO., proprietors of the Scientific Amer
ican, and agents for procuring American and For
eign P A T K N T N .
With Sixteen Ytart experience in tbe RhUuh.
Refer to Hon. Judge Mason, Hon. Joseph Holt,
Hon W. D. Bishop, ex-Lommtssloners of Patents,
and to more than fifteen thousand inventors who
have had business done through Munii u Co 's Pa
tent Agency.
Pamphlet of advice sent free bv mall
Patent La it s and Ilemilatlnnu. fist nu.riH. "A iviii..
mall ' ' " '
No charge for consultation, oralU or bj mall I
Preliminary Examination lit United States Pa
tent Office, (6.
Offices, No. 31 Park Row, New or It; Washing
ton, corner of F and Seventh streets, opposite the
Patent OrtUe mar i-Cmir '
1 I M II ii. H A U U R fi T S I
1 AWNING, l-LAG, AND
UXIOX TEXT FACTORY, '
No. ftlO Pruuij U suls n v emit,
WASIIINOTON, I). 0. I
SUTLERS AXU ARMY TEXTS
ON HAND OR MADE TO ORDFR,
Awuings, Flags, Tents, Mall Bags, Horse Covers,
signs, Wagon Cov ers, be , made nt short notice,
mj fr-tf
GtOLDI GOLD I ADANCE PRICE PAID. BY
I" RITTENHOUSE, FANTkCO.,
oc2H lu Bankers, l Penn. avenue,
OPKBH'8 HAMIIUCII WINK.
ruac,AiturOOH tsaki oiu,
-OF CHOICE OPORTO (IRAl'E,
FOR PHYSICIANS' USE,
For FmutUt, )taty Irttmt, mid neiilidt.
l!y M3k$
. ...V?4.i
, .wari.aCi-TE-. , .
e. -''
Fverj family, at tMs teaaon, should use the
SAMBUCI WINE,
Celebrated In Europe for Its medicinal andbenefl
clal qualities as a rentle stimulant, Tonic, Diuretic,
and Sudorific, highly esteemed by eminent physl
clans, used In Turoprsn and American Hospitals,
and by some of the first families In Furope nnA
America.
AS A TONIC,
It has no equal, causing an appetite and building
up the s) stem, Mns; entirely a pure wine of a most
valuable fn.lt.
AS A UIUHKTIC,
It Imparts a. healthy action nf the (Stands and Kid
nt) s, and Urinary urgans.v ery lenetlclal In Dropsy
Gout, and Rheumatic affections.
SPFER'S WINK
Is not a mixture or manufactured article, but Is
pure, from the juice of the Portugal Ssrobucus
Itrspe.cultlratfdln Newr Jersey, recommended by
Chemists and Pin slclans as possessing medical pro
perties superior io any other Wines In use. and an
excellent article for all weak and debilitated per
sons and the arc J and Infirm, lmnroi Ing the appe
tite and tieneflflng ladles and children.
A LADIES WINK,
Because It will not Intoxicate as other wines, as It
contains no mixture of spirits or other liquors, aad
Is admired for Its rich, peculiar flav or, and nut rltlt e
rropertles, Imparting a healthy tone to the digest
is organs, und a blooming, soft, and health) skin
and complexion.
WK RKFER TO
A few well-known gentlemen and physicians who
lint v iritru 11 inn
Gen.Wlnflel 1 S-ott,tI.SA.
Gov. Morgan, N.V. State.
Dr.J K.Ch.r Jn.N.Y.CItl.
Dr. Parker, N.V city
Drs. Darcj8.Nlcholl.New-
Dr.Wll.in,ltthst.,N.V.
l)r.Ward,Newark,N.J.
Dr.Dotigherty, Newark
N.i,
Dr. Msrcr. New Yort
ark, N. J. Dr. Palst, Thllad'a.
KT-Nune genuine without the signature of M AL
FHKD 8PF.FR. Passlc.N.J.."Woverthe cork ot
each bottle.
O-MAKE ONE TRIAL OF THIS WINK.
For sale by Druggists and all tlrst-clsss Dealers.
A. SPEER, Proprietor.
Yincvahd I'assslc, New Jersey.
OrrifE 'AiBUroadwaj, New ork.
JOHN LA kOYj Pails,
nov 3 ly Agent for France and Germsny.
S
PRCIAI, MITICIi,
to THE
CITIZFNS OF WASIIINOTON,
OFFRTBV OF THE ARVV AID AV4IT
ODFON HALL,
The old and established Emporium of Clothing,
that has, fur so many tears, supplied the citizens
or Washington and vicinity with all that Is es
sential for the elegance and comfort of the outer
man. Is now supplied with the most complete and
fashionable stock that we have r t er had the pleas
ure to offer
COATS, PANTS, aud VJ STS of the most desira
ble st) les that could be found In the market.
Our assorteient of SHIRTS, DRAWERS,
HOSIFR , ULOYFS, JVC , cannot be surpassed and
will be sold at prices thit do not allow nf compe
tition. LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY 0 FHCOATS
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY 0 RCOATS.
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY lERCOATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRFSS ClMTri.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS
HUGE STOCK MILITARY DBFS? COATS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS
LARGE STOCK MIL11ARY PANTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGE STOCK 'MILITARY VESTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VI STS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY A FSTS.
INDIA RUBBER GOODS OF ALL DFSCRIP
TIONS.
VAL1SFS, CARPET-BAGS, Ue.
Our stock of BOYS aud YOUTHS1 CLOTHING
Is the largest and most fashionable that has ever
been ottered in this city, and at the lowest prices
they can possibly be obtained In Ihls cltt
E" Call and see us at ODFON HALL,.orneri,
street and Pennsylvania avenue, the Great Cloth
ing Mart of Washington city.
iov 1 eiery Tues, Thurs, U Sat
flfST TRY OUU NHW STOCK OF
) Clothing from the People's Clothing store, No.
4GO seventh street, near V1. They out-wear an)
thing vou can buy and they are sold so cheap at
J. II. SMITH'S,
No. 4U Sev enth street, near F.
I would advlae all to come and bit) their Clothing
at SMITH'S, No. 4C0 Sev enth street.
II vou arevvlsejou will come to SMITH'S, No.
4Gu Seventh street, near F. opposite City Post Of
fice, to buy jour Clothing, Furnishing Goods.
Trunks, Hats, and Caps.
The PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORE, No. 4w
Sev enth street, Is the best place In town to huj
jour Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Hats,
and Caps. J. H. SMITH U CO., Clothiers, 400
Seventh street.
Call soon and see our new stock of Fall and Win
ter Clothing, which we are selling at very low pri
ces, at the PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORE, No. 461
Sev enth street, near F.
Great attractions at No. 4C0 Sev enth street. New
stock of Clothlngjust arrived, and selling at our
usual low priors. J. H.SMITH & CO , Clothiers,
No. 4G0 Sev enth street, and corner Twentieth street
and Penn. avenue.
Great bargains in Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Cans, Boots, and Shoes, on the corner i
Tweutleth street and Penn. avenue.
SMITH U CO , Clothiers, First ward, cor. Tweu
tleth street and Pennsylvania avenue, Is the cheap
est place In town to buy jour Fall and Winter
Clothing.
Call at Ihe First Ward Clothing slore and get
jour Fall and Winter Clothing, Hals, Caps, Boots,
and Shoes.
SMITH U CO, Clothiers,
Cor. Twentieth street and Penn. n
FIRST WARD CLOTHING HOUSE, corner fr
Twentieth street and Penns)h aula avenue,
Youcan buy lour Clothing, Hats. Cans. Boots.
and Shoes cheap, corner of Twentieth street and
Pennsv Ivan la av enue.
sep fr 3m
K(j TAKi: NOT1CK. K(
M. T. I'AHKF.K,
NO. 5 LOUISIANA A ENUF,
Respectful!) aud cheerful l returns thanks for the
liberal patronage hitherto retch ed,
Hav lug ever) faclllt) fordoing
THE BFHT
HOUSE, SIGN,
ANDDICORAIIVE
PAINTING.
Together with all work pertaining to a FlRSl
ci ass Painting Establishment,
He has no hesllanc) In soliciting a continuance
of the public's frw or.
is Prices at e Riasonahlc;
The WoiL Viterieptionablei
Anil particular attention Is paid to
PROMPTNESS IN DELIVERY
t" Remember the uuiuberl
AU Louisiana Avcnui.,
octal 3m let, Mxth and Net enth streets
Dlt, I' IN II 111 ATT,
Of No. 4.1, corner of I Ighth aud 1. stieets,
Opposite tint General Post Office,
Can bo consult, d on HHEVMA ril'AU I CTUlS
LOiSSVMPlWb, UlElt CQVPLAlStb t IlllOMi
At HCl 10 tS s, as u ell ns all Diseases of Imprudence.
of whatever character, am) which ma) l declare.!
incurable by other ph) sUlans He engages to make
an Immediate cure
From his lengthy ptactlve lu thescleitcuof me.ll
cine, he Is enabled to otter hlmstlf In the public ns
being the onh one In Waihlngtou capable of a II ord'
Ing speed) refit i All cases curable will be guarsu
tied He warrnuts n cure without tho ue of mer
cur) or an) other dangerous me Heine Becenl cases
cured lntwuorthieedi.il .
N B Letters addressed to Di F , at his office, No
i, corner of 1 Ighth and 1 stnets, opposite Gen
era I Post OflUe, will it'celvelmniedlate attention
oc 3)
NOTIC'i: IK IIKUKIU (4IVKNTIIAT
the CopatlnrshlpheretolureixIsUiigbetueiu
I.U.K. U COFI-IN is thisds) dissolved by mutuil
consent JCillNG LLf ,
J A COFMN
John G Lvle still continues the business at the
I old stand.
Washington, July 31, 18G2 jy2)
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