Newspaper of Evening Star, November 12, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated November 12, 1861 Page 1
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f sssatasssss THE EVENING STAR THE WEEKLY STAR. PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, ^ f ^ 1 " (91/NUAY BXOEPTBO.) ? T/ ? Tbto iMrliNl Family u4 Nm JvwhIAT THE STAR BI ILD11?I, I a ^ A A . A A A . ^ ^ ^ P?t? wW> ?* la*??Bat n*?4 ?'?' a Lr' A/VV"VW dV ,?^TVIf'V W. D. WALLAOH. V l lM llll !Sl I ?1 | SttZZZZST. FVnRTriliiuBfeitrotmnillll /^/ M &/ M, ? "* ?? r??, or r oeoti pflrmontA To mall aabnrtban ~ 7M* Hr Tea copiaa ...........?. ... ? tbe prloa 1* S3 JO i yen, m adtaae*,- ft for Its V yf Tweaty-ire niptaa ............ M ontfca; 91 for throe montba; aad for leaa thaa Itlarariably eootalaa the " WMhlajpoo Ncwa' three vootha at th? rate of IS ceata a week 81a- that baa made 7\< D?u? frn?j smt lIi?lata (leeopiea, o*a ca*T; la wrappara, two cairra. " ao geaerally throuj[hoat tbe eoaatry fET" AcriiTiiiiimi thAQhl be ?ent to the GT?tn*le copiea Mb wrmnm?i eta to ar*. ronli?^^other#Ue^m'7 v~* XVIII. WASHINGTON. D. C . TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 1861. N?. 2.724. aot app?r nam tbe nwt day. .... of tbe paper frloe?THREE CENTS. Inp?rimtt?a ef Ftrtlfi Aran The rebellion of the Southern States took us to much by surprise that it was found necessary to seek arms in other countries, our own manufactories not being able to supply then fast enough to equip our army. These, however, hare been worked night and day to supply the demand, double sets of hands having been employed at many of them. But to equip an army of 500,000 men with the necessary muskets, rifles, sabres and artillery in the short time that haa elapsed since the Southern State# took* up arms would require more extended works for their manufacture than we possess. The people of the country have arisen for its defence almost faster thnx arms could be furnished. Many of our Government factories have been compelled to devota their time et* clusiveJy to the casting of shot, shell and artillery, leaving the smaller arms to be supplied from other quarters. The destruction of the works at Harper's Ferry before we had awakened to the sense of our danger, was a serious loss to us, and a great gain to our enemies. By it we lost the factory best supplied with machinery for the construction of small arms th?t the government had under its control, while the enemy acquired means for the manufacture of artns to be used against us. The treachery of the Secretary of War under the last administration, the rebel thief and traitor Floyd, had scattered the arms we bad to the most remote portions of the land. What he did not send South for the use of the insurrectionists he sent to California and Oregon, and to the western Territories, under the pretenoe that they were neoessary in those quarters for the protection of the frontier agains the inroads of the sarage tribes. Thus, then, when the people of the loyal States were at last awakened from, their sleep of supposed security by the thunder of the artillery aimed against Fort Sumter, they looked around for the arms which they then flAir wnnl/J Ka Tk-? ' * .. .... vv uvvvmaij. A UCJ lUVftCU 1U Vaili for a sufficient quantity of serviceable weapons, and then for the first time realised h<jw they had been swindled whilst asleep. Oar milita regiment*, it is true, possessed muskets; but a modern army is not fit for battle armed entirely with these. The manufacture of arms has so improved since we were first engaged in war that those then osed are now useless against those of more modern invention. Agents were sent to Europe to supply the deficienoy. During the month of August arms began to arrive at this port in considerable quantities, and the importation has continued ever sinoe?nearly every steamer from Liverpool and Bremen bringing many oases. Among the artioles purchased are rifles, Enfield end other muskets, guns, gun barrels, cannon and swords. The value of those which arrived at this port alone between the 1st of August and the last of October ia, exclusive of duty, about with the duty added about $520,000. The articles imported are as follows : 463 cases Enfield rifles, which, allowing 24 to each case, would contain 11.232 rifles; 513 cases of guns; 703 cases muskets; 51 cases swords; 146 cases containing revolvers, o&rtridges, percussion caps, rifle and musket barrels, cannon and carbines. We have not included in this statement the several batteries of valuable cannon, Whitworth. Aa., presented by Americans in foreign countries. The arms above enumerated have mostly been sent away as soon as they reached the city, either to Gen. Fremont, in Missouri, or Kentucky, by way of Cinoinnatti.?X. Y. Herald. IC7"Treating of American affairs, the London Atbrnteam declares that "the greatest of our English humorists Is now at fault; we h-.ve laughed, and shall laugh again, over the erern una vi mr. jrnerson uric*; but Jetr-r*on Brick does not help us one wblt to an understanding of Jtff-rson Davia Wemuat aeek our knowledge elsewhere;" and It adda that "correct Information about America haa become with ua a daily want." lE^The work on the government buildings at Ottawa, C. Wthe site chosen for the seat of government. haa been discontinued, after the expenditure ef the entire original appropriation? *900,UUU?which it waa anticipated, would be auifi leat for their completion. Tae Toronto Globe says that two million dollars more will be needed before the buildings projected can be completed Marshal Kane ia described aa the moat noticeable among the state prlaoners at Fort Warren. He battles about in a Scoth cap, with his pant legs within bta boots, and by a stranger might be mistaken for the principal person of tbe garrison lie conversed freely with the cffl'-ers stationed at the fort, and evidently la not much discontented With his positions. HJ~ The Mayor of Albany, on attempting to enter a ball room In that city, a few nights since, was prevented and assaulted by the door keeper, who would not admit him unless be paid fifty cents. Tbe door-keeper waa arrested, when the Recorder decided that the Mayer of a city had a perfect right to enter a place of amuaement without paying. L 7* Travelling on the Miaaonri rallroada muat be a little exciting to a nervoua man at present A correspondent from Missouri,who wa< recently on the Hannibal and St Joaeph railroads, writes, "the engine that brought uadown?tbe Missouri? has sixty-ooe bullet marks on her. and 1 am in* formed of others bearing even more marks of rebel bullets ? C7" The family of Isaac G and Suaan A Wllllamaon. of Wlscaaset, Me., lost In the abort apace of all day*, their en'lre family of five children. At one time, aaya the Bath Times. four of the Ave lay dead la the bouse awaiting burial. The eldeat w <s nine years sod nine months old, and the youngest about seven months >rr At a Methodist prayer meeting in the northern part of Vork State, a " lukowarm brother" w?a called upon to pray. After he had aaid " amen," BUI gave John a punch in the abort r.b?, exclaiming John, let'a go home. One more aueh prayer aa that would freeze Lake Champlaln over " fI7 The Bath Times la raaponalble for the following : Reserving the acriptural form of the language, a stingy neighbor of onrt wbo would oftener get balmy but for tb? expense, says of 'Imbibing^ 'the flesh ia willing, but the spirit is fly Sandusky, Ohio, has been selected by the Secretary of War as a place for keeping rebel prisoners About a thousand will be removed there as soon aa building* can be prepared, the coat of which la not to exceed ?25,000 IfT* Salt Inspected at the Onondaga salt apringa reservation sine* the 1st of Jsnoary last amounta to 5.749.408 bushels The number of bushels Inspected during the same time last year, 4,533,563. Increase, 1,208 89# bushels d7*A terrible itorm In France caused great devsstation In the department of Gard. The Salle Mine was flooded by water, and the aides f-11 ia, burying 117 workmen Great exertions w.ra K*l n a ? <) l? ? -? ? ?~ ww-m*- umi uii^Qi ur* VlVe. ICT During the seven month* ending October 31, 1961, thirty-six thousand men were (hipped for the navy at the various rendexvous In the Mtatas, and twelve thousand recruits were enlisted f r the regular army. H7" The Maine Farmer, pabllshed at Aagnsta, rensure contractors for patting work out at worse than starvation prices It say* in that region fliaoei shirt* are put out to make at twenty-five cents per doxen The scheme tor a railway serosa the Brltlah Channel from England to Prance la revived? this time bv a Montrealer, and It la tbought hla ideas are practicable, tkough they Involve an expense of OW (JOU lt~y It haa been vcertalaed that New York baa seventy sis reg*menw t? the field, numbering M fiOO men, and by December I. 30,OU) more will have been sent forward, making a general total f ir the Empl'e Sute of 98,OUO men. CT"Twenty five of the privatea la the Black Horao cavalry regiment at Troy are gradnatea of different collegia, and every man In the r glment can read and write There arc among them two hundred rhorch members HT"The C 8 steam transport City of New York nailed from New York on Thu ad<y evening, with a ftil I raigo o4 Croton water for tLa vreat naval expedition Her destination Is ssld to ne Pat Hoval II7-T wre are seventy m:iis la New England t.#w r*g?|*4 la msnafseturlng army doth for the ''"" JKl K??*? ordered Is Lata Ssnibern Jltwi, From flip* of the Louisville Courier, published it Nashville, to the 35th ult , we make the following extracts: ? The editor says, In a business notice, that a number of his old subscribers have written him letters requesting him to furnish the Nashville edition of the paper for the remainder of tbe time for which they paid In advance for tbe Louisville edition This, he says, be Is unable to do until he Is again established in Louisville, as his means and facilities are at present inadequate. Col D P. Buckner had arrived from Louisiana and Mississippi, with 700 very superior shot guns knd rifles. u 9e De Kay" Kirk has renewed his war correspondence with the Courier. His last letter it dated Cent^rville, Va , October 17. The 1st Kentucky Reg'.rtient has been bivouacked for sonae time near Mason's Hill, and had a brisk skirmish with three Federal pickets there recently Gen. George B Crittenden was present at the grand review of the rebel arm? of tbe Potomac on the 17tb ultimo. Alluding to^the battle at Camp Wildcat, the Knoxvllle Register aays tbe rebel losa is 5 killed and 23 wounded, and tbat Zolllcoffer fell back to prevent his supply trains from being cut off Bullock, Walker & laler bave commenced tbe publication of a daily paper at Columbus, Ky v called the Confederate News. E I Bullock, late United States District Attorney for Kentucky, is tbe editor. The Oourler savt that Gen. Rousseau's army bavel minedl the long trestle work this side of Mularow'a Hill, and prepared to blast the tunnel tnere full of rocks at tbe approach of tbe rebel army; and that "Buckner Is fully aware of the advuntapes Louisville possesses as winter quarters for bis troops " The Courier says the ultra fashionable ladies of Richmond escbew hoops altogether. Mr. Johnson, of Hopklnsville. late mail contractor under tbe United States Government, has a contract *o carry the rebel malls In Southern Kentucky. The ^uthern Confederacy, the Courier says, is rapidly extending Its mail facilities to all portions of Southern Kentucky. Richard Tayloa, of Louisiana, has been apnointpH * ?i ?? * , ^..^la-ucurin 111 iuc reori army. The Rev Dr. Converse is editing the Christian Observer In Charleston. Departure of Gen. Scott.?Gen Scott took his departure for a foreign shore at 12 o'clock today on board tbe steamship Arago, bound for Southampton and Havre. No ptiblic demonstration was desired on the part of the General, and, to avoid it, he left his quarters, the Brevoort House, at an early hour, quietly taking private conveyance to the steamer He was accompanied by a few friends, among them President King of Columbia College; Hlrain Barney, Collector of the Port, and Col Van Renaaaluer who Is understood to be appointed Inspector-General in place of Lieut. Col Scott, who, with his family, accompanies the General upon his voyage. Hut few at the hotel were aware of his departure until some time after he was gone; but a pleasing incident occurred before he left A lady, whoxe name did not transpire, on being Introduced to the General, placed upon his htad a wreath of laurel. Though no formal ceremonies were had on the occasion, it was doubtless quite as highly appreciated by the old hero as if mere had been There was a large crowd at tbe boat seeking admission, but the peremptory refuail to admit any on board without passports, prevented many from obtaining a farewell glimpse of the veteral soldier. He will first stop at Havie, and afterward proceed to Paris, where, after tarrying sufficiently to recover from the fatigues of the voyage, It is understood he leaves for Romeaudotner points on th? Continent. Lieut Colonel r-cott, his son In-law,accompanies him to Havre, but whether he will continue with him during his entire journey is not known Gen. Scott was in tine spirits, and appeared to better advantage thari at any time aince nia retura?fro?j Wsahington.?TV. Y. Tribunt, 9fA. Thi Maryland Election ?The Baltimore American of this morning says The returns of the election In this State continue to show the uuaiauuai una overwhelming victory wbicb Last been won for tbe Union. Only two counties? Charles and St. ,\1 ary's?have given majorities lor the secession or ' peace' candidates. Air. Bradford Is elected Governor by somewhere about 30,i 00 majority; we have certainly twelve, and G>rh>p? thirteen Union Senators, whilst to the ouse of Delegates only four Secession candidates are returned, with the delegation from Talbot county yet in dcubt We have elected also certainly two, we think three, Judges of tbe Court of Appeals; re elected Judge Brewer and Nelson to the Circuit Courts in tb? Second and Thirl Districts and elected Hon. Daniel Welsel In tbe Fourth District. Both tbe Union candidates for Commissioner of Public Works are also elected, _ 01/" An intelligent workman on army shoes informs the editor of the Newburyport Herald that tbe specifications are so faulty in several particulars as to preclude the possibility of their having been drawn up by a practical men. Twelve stitches to tbe inch are required in tbe upp-r and six in tbe sole, which be says are too many, as they frequently cut out the leather in drawing in, thus making an inferior shoe at an increased expense Again, while oak tan is required, nothing U said in regard to its thickness or quality, ana consequently an article, which might be termed leather shoadr, is frequently used. stiffened up with shingles or paste board for soles, white the Important article of a counter for the support of the ankle is entirely overlooked. Ma. Buchanan's Book ?Tbe Washington correspondent of tbe Philadelphia Press says : "I understand that Mr. Buchanan does not conceal tbe fact that he is preparing to launch a thunderbolt upon tbe country, either before or after bis death, in tbe shape of a history of his own time and a vindication of bis Administration In this great work he is assisted by ex-Attorney General Black, who spends most of bis time in this city, and bis late Private Secretary. Adam J. Ulossbrenner. of the county of York, in your State. Both of these personages have paid a recent visit to Wheatland; but Mr Glossbrenner Is the more active collector and compiler of the materials for the forthcoming brochure." f?7" National salute, one gun for each State. The President, '21 gun* Vice-President, 17 guns. Heads of executive departments of the national government, the General in-Chief, Governors of , Stares, and territories within their respective jurisdictions, 15 guns A Major-General, 13 guns A Brigadier-General, II guns. Foreign ships of war are saluted, In return for a similar compliment, gun for gun Officers of the Navy and foreign officers according to relative rank. Envoys and foreign Ministers, 13 guns. Potomac Blockadb ?The St Mary's Beacon of Friday last says:?"We have been requested to say that sailing vessels from the Potomac for Baltimore or other points will ^e permitted to take In freight as heretofore, but they will not be permitted to land any freight on the Potomac shore on their return trips until further orders. We have been Informed that this prohibition extends to Blacklstone's Island as well as to other points." A Wihajis Steam h in Russia ?The St. Petersburg journals state that an Iron steamer, in the form of an enormous cigar, eighty feet long by eight wide, has Just been constructed at the manufactory of Alexandrowskl, and Is about to be sent from St Petersburg to Crnn?t*<lt i? been built on the plan of Mr Winana, at the expense of tome Americam, who Intend to offer lv to the U. S. Government A Canadian Compliment ?The Toronto Globe apeaklng of our naval expedition, says tbat "the assembling within a few weeks of the lmmenae fleet, and (tores neceaaary for ao large a force, la creditable to the resources of tbs American people. It has been done with very little publicity, and an absence of bragging truly wonderful under the circumstances " A profund acarap who was playing, with a friend, at billiards, on Sunday, waa reproved by a moff conscientious nelgbor for breaking ths Sabbath "Breaking the Sabbath?" exclaimed the "we don't break It, by any means?we take It whole!" LCT'The mills of the Nashua (N. H ) Manufacturing Company are doing a driving business und-r Government contracts. They employ 4U) bands In manufacturing cotton flaunel, and X,1(J0 In making drawers, and are now manufacturing them at the rate of 5.SOU a day. |JT The W oonsocket (R I) Patriot Is I n formed tbat some of the woolen mills In tbat vicinity are making a net proflt of from S3U0 to S80U a day, or from #00 0U0 to 9180,0U0 a year Thoy are runninjfday and alght. \?T The Lord Chamberlain of England announces byepesial edict that la future the comp<jia>ry < losing of the theater doors will be limited to Aab \Vein*eday and Good Friday, and that they may be just as jolly as they please during the intervening part of Lent. THE flOLLAR STAR! INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS! NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE! Thr Full rut and Moat Reliable News from the Seat of Government! Reading Matter for the Fireside Circle! - The present year I* Undoubtedly the most event* ful In tbe political hi?tofy of thi> country, and the rfccord of occurrences transpiring at the Federal Metropolis is naturally ol striking and remarkable Interest. The public desire to receive prompt, full and reliable accounts of all tkat passes here is /most intense, and we have consequently made alterations and improvements in the weekly issue of the Washington Star to meet this want most satisfactorily In compliance with tbe wish of the public the paoer ^as been changed from a quarto to the more eosve nient folio shape, and now appears a handsome sheet of thirty-two columns, filled with choice and carefully prepared Reading Matter, and bearing the name of the 'Washington Dollar Weekly Star." At Indicated by tbe title, we now fu.'nlah the paper at the unprecedented low price of ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR!! Or barely more than the pflce of the paper upon which it is printed. It is our determination to make the Weeklt Star not only the largest and handsomest Dollar Newspaper In the United States, but that it shall absolutely be The Best Family Weeklt Newspaper in the World!!! It contains the very fullest, freshest, asd most important details of all that transpires at the Seat of Government; editorials on ail the impor taut topics o( the times; the news of the week; interesting correspondence from ail psrts of the world; capital stories humorous and graphic sketches, and tbe pick of the floating miscellany of literature and gossip. The Dollar Star has ss a permanent feature a carefully prepared AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT, embodying whatever may be of interest to farmers in the transaction* of the Interior Department, tbe Smithsonian Institution, and the U. S. Agricultural Society. Gardening and Horticulture also receive due attention in this department of the paper, and we also give each week a choice budget of Household Recipes for our lady readers; also, Recipes for the Workshop, together with an official list of all the new inventions issued from the Patent Office each week. In short, it is our purpose to give our readers a varied, rich, and sparkling variety of the reading that at once Instructs and entertains, but aiming to make Washington News and Gossip our speciality, in accordance with the views set forth above. Believing It to be better to sell many papers at fl low nrira than n f*>tir ?t a Kinh nrUo Ko?o determined to offer the following Extraordinary hi due* me tits to Clubs. To Single Subscriber* >1.00 per year. To Clubs of Five 05 cents. To Clubs of Ten (MJ cents. To Clubs of Fifteen ?5 cents. To Clubs of Twenty-Uve 80 cents. To Clubs of Fifty 75 cents. Address W. 1). Wallach, Publisher of the Star, Washington, 1>. C , with subscription money enclosed, or for specimen copies, which will be forwarded gratis. |> FISH AND CHEESE. DlaNCHARD & LEACH, Wholesale Dealers in Cheese No. 3fl Sooth st., Baltimore, have just reoeived a large lot of Maokerei, Herring, Codfish, Hake-fish, Ac., Ao. Also, prime hastern Cheese. All of whioh will he so'.d at the lowegt market rates oo 25-Jw' CHOUGHS, COLD*. HOARSENESS, Ao. ^ TYLKRS COMPOUND SYHUP OF GUM ARABIC. This plessant and popular Cough Remedy has been so long known and extensively used that most persons have oeoorne f.tm'liar with its extraordinary effioaoy. It oan be had at all the prino pa! drug stores, at 25 and 50 oents a bottle. oo 14-d2mAeo4m* SOMETHING NEW! jTpc katkst Discovkkt oy'JCo* | mjd At 281 C street. Of posit* ~ the Theater. ~ OYSTERS STEAMED In the Shell and Thoroughly Cooked (far superior to a roa?t) in fteo minutes, the fastest time on record. Cail and see. The nndersigned respectfully informs his friends in the District, and visitors to the city, that he has refitted his old and wxi-L-khowm kstablishms^t in a most thorough manner, and ha* made complete arrangements to furnish OYSTERs in any style and in any quantity. ?no to Son ga Ionsshuoked per day. 2?<) to 3,000 cans of Spioed atd Fresh put up daily?oans hermetically sealed. Furnished in the shell by the fcushe: or barrel. Persons wishing to have Oysters furnished regularly through the winter, at Baltimore prices, without fear of lailure, should oali and make arrangements at once. Freight, rime, and money saved by purohasing of me, as I furnish an article equal t<> the oelebrated Baltimore establishments, at prices just as low. TO SUTLERS. Canned Meats, Lobsters, Sardines, Clams, Strawberriei. Tomatoes, Pigs' F*et, Tripe, Ac. Ac., Ao. Also, Pickies, Catsup, Sajces, Brandy Peaohes, Ao. Also, Game and Fiesh Fish. Tur ueat iorn?pina, rroan ljonaiors. uoa, nailDUl, ft o. In (act, every thine for sale in the Northern markets always on hand, at reasonable prices Hotels and families supplied with Orators, delivered without ouar?e t' any part of the District, in season, if the inousy is sent with th? order. My establishment is open from 5 a m. to 12 at I nilht. every day, except Sunday, when 1 olose at 10 o'oiook a. m. >e 87 T. M. HARVEY. T CARRIAGES. HE Subscriber having made additions to nil factory, making it now one of the largestin the Distriot. where his faoHitieswjBOISRr for maoutaoturinc CARRIAGES and LIGHT WAGONS of all kinds oannot be sur passed, and from his lent exserienoe ic the bu^ ness, he hopes to give teneral satisfaction. All kinds of Carnages and Light Wagons kept on hand. All REPAIRS neatly done, and all orders promptly attended to. Secondhand Cam at ea taken in exohacn? for new ones. ANDREW J. JOYCE, <11? tf oorner or Fonrteenth and K its. tf53b BILLIARDS! ^CTTI The lovere ' ^ ~ of the GAME OP BILLIARDS will find in EMRICH'S PINK HALL. Corner o Pennsylvania avenue and 11th street, (south side,) two of the most admirable TABLES ia the United Statea, with every comfort and oonvenienoe an t-tf tor the players. rvifcW CL.OAK8, NEW 8HAWL8, AND \.y NEW DRUS8 GOODS, Of modern deaitns and iabrioa at our proverbial!; low prioea, with all other kinda of medium aua fine Dry Goods in all the departments of familiea and honaekeepera wants. Alao, our naual full a took of all the leading Staples adapted to the wanta of the million, whote trade we toliolt. Carpeta, Cartaina, Oilolotba, Rasa, 4c . upper floors. Ooe pnoe only, marked in plain figures, there fore no purohaaar ia deoeived. An mapaotion of atook solioited; it implies no

obligation to purchase. All paroela for the mtarior proper!] packed free of charge. PERRY * BROTHER, Pena. ave., and 9th atreet, no8-iota "Perry Building." I^RaND JkDVANCK OF THE ARMY; but SMITH hat not a<lvanned the price of ms Clothing which no baa jnst received and la telling off at anoh remarkable low prioea. Girt me aotfl and aatiafr youraelTM of the gTeat bargains that are bow offered every day at SMITH'S, No 460 Seventh *L ool lm ||OMK-MAJ>K BOOTB AND SHOES, LEA ?c PERKINS* r*L*BRAT*D Worcestershire Sauce. Frononno-d SJ EXTRACT CONNOISSEURS ? of a Lettwr from a to be the 11 Utdica: ****** -only oooD^iV SAUCE." BBBM &t Worcester. andapplicable to fgjjg .. rell eWDv ^SSssifS^ rtn.t that their Sauce t,YtK' is highly esteemed "-sSixsi" in India, and is, id VARIETY ,'lv'jjSjKV my opinion,themost HiMj paiattb<e, as well aa . OP DISH ^EE^jlHthe moat wholesome Satire that is made.' The above SAUCF. is not only the mat and moil popular condim*nt known, but the most SconornicaJ, as a trw drops in Soup. or with Fx?k. ho? and cold Joints, B*'f Steak, (*?*?. *< . impart an exquisite isst, whioh unprincipled Sauce manufacturers have in vai u endeavored to imitate On the Breakfast, Lunch'on. Dinner, or Suiter Table* a oruet ooota'DiDc*M LEA 4 PERRINS WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE" is indispensable. To appreciate the excellent qualities of this delicious preparation it is omy ne^eeary to purohase a sm'll bottle of the genuine, of a teepoqtftble gro cer or <'ea er, as many Hotel and Kes aurait fro prietors se dom piaoe the Pure Sauce oefore their guests. Dot substitute a genuine Bottle filled with a spurious mixture. For sale by ttrnoers and Fruiterers everywhere. JOHN 1)UNC\N ft SO <8. Uninn Squirt and Mr* *tr*et, New York, Sol* Wholesale Agent* for the United States. A Stook Always in stora?Also orders reoeived for direct shipments from England. __ I[J~ Btvtart af Counter/fit! Mid Imitations. s<?p S-lT.eo W NOTICE. E Beg leave to cail the attention of Officer* of the Army to our verr extensive assort ment of all olasses of EQUl t'M ENTS. and^ftl especially to an article nf Military Blue Cloth and Doeskin Cassimere, which we f f warrant will retain it* color. Oil' as*ort- ~* m?nt of Swords, Sashes, Belts, Gauntlets. Army Caps (indigo dye), superior F'annel Shirts. Leggings, Sword Knots, Gold and I either Bugles. Shoulder Straps, and devices of a I desoriplioi *, ' row oomsltte, and we are well satisfied tnat an inspection will prove satisfactory in every particular. H1NTON A TEEL, oc 26-lm Merohant Tailors, No. 406 Pa. av. .METALLIC AR.MOH OlZi, for Cleaning. Polishing, and Preventing Rut. This is superior to all other oils in the world for the above purposes, as well as for machinery and luhnoating uses. It is equally applicable to gunlocks and sewine machines. It is in high favor at the Government Navy Yards for ordnance and machinery. Principal Depot and 0*n*ral A*?nty, PHILHARMONIC HALL, Pecna, avenue, near Eleventh st. se >4 2m THIS I8 TO GIVE NOTICE. TU.at the *ut>soriber hath obtained from the Orphac's Court r.f Washington County, in the District of Co.umbia. letters of a.1ministiation on the personal estate oi v art ha (a las Patter) Hutch ins. late of Washington county, deceased. All persons having claims against the raid decayed are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof^to the subscnb- r, on or before the second ?-?j ur*!., Hioj ni?iT omerwise uy law b-* exc uded Irora ft. 1 benefit of the said eeta'e. Given under my hand this e?cond da? of November, 186'. GEO. W. HaRKaESS. no4-law3w* Administratrix. THE SUB8CKIBER8 be* leave to inform their patrons and the public generally of being amply supplied with n. superior St. ck of^U FALL and WINTER GOODS. WK They also rexprctful y invite a'tention of \fjf their Arm? and Na"y customers, and tho>e 1 r?quirinj outfits in that line. ?o their superior ? unities <if Swords, Epaalets. Shou.der Straps Belts, ? ha<>e*us. Huts, Caps Sashes, and Gold Laoes, oonstanily on hand, which are warranted as repre sented, Wh. st tendering thanks for the liberal patronage enjoyed, they will endeavor to merit a continuance. F. J. HK1BKRGER * CO , (Successors to H. F. Loudon 4; Co ,) CITIZEN. MILITARY and NAVAL tailors, 362 f euxisyi vaiua Avenue. oc 16 eo3m PB F. R G N E R ' S HILADELPH1A LAGER BEER! S. 9TKRNBER6KR, SOLE AGENT, No. 323 1) Struct, (Adjoining Star OfLoe.) A l&rct supply ooustantly on hand. oo 15-lm piREMEN'3 INSURANCE COMPANY WASHINGTON AND GEORGETOWN. Capital 9200,000, <&t* trrmr C strut mnd Leuistmmm *?., nr flunk qf W&tMnrtcn. INSURE HOUSES AND~OTHER PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE, DlRlCTORS, Geo. Shoemaker, S&inuel Kedforn, Samuel Cropley, Wiiiiam Wilson, Richard Jones, John D. Barclay, Jacob Gideon, Andrew Rothwell, Thos. Parker, Richard Barry, B. B. French, Dr.O. W. Davis. No charge for policies. JAMES ADAMS. President Abu G. Davis,Secretary, au 9-eoCm ATCI1 REPAIR INt? AN D SILVER WARK manufactory: i have one ot the best establishments, and furnished with a complete set of tools for repairing every dnnonption of fine Watches, and Ml rarticular attention give to the tame, by a^QEl ia ?ugh competent workman.and a work KfisE&n tied Also, every descrip ion of standard SILVER Wi RE. plain and ornamental, inanntactnrea unaei my own supervision, whioh my customers will find far superior in quality and finish to northern ware old bjr doa'.ers in general and represented as their wn manalaotare. H. O. HOOD. ? Pa. aT?ntie. near 9th NION OYSTER DEPOT.?The nndersign-d respectfully announce to their,^^. friends and the pub 10 that they havf *]\(?J always on hand a treah supply oi the^^JJnF best 0?sters the market can supply, and served m every style. Families and Sutlers supplied, SWORD * CO , oc 5-1 in* 49*5, oorner of 12th and K sts. EW AND STYLISH THINGS, in low -moed. Medium aud fine Embroidered Cambrto and Mus.in Collars. We also name treat bargains in Dress Silks, many new things in the assortment. One price only, marked in plain figures. Carpets, Curtains, Oiloloths. Rugi,Ao.. upper floors. PERRY A BROTHER, oo 28 5td Pa. av., ar.d 9th street WE OFFER TO MILITARY MEN a larc* assortment of GR E V and BLUE FUANN EL ! OVER-SHIRTS, WHITE SHIRTS, DRAWERS, CAMP BLANKETS, HALF-HOSE, Ao., | wbion we invite aiUoash purchasers to examine before making their selections. WALL, STEPHENS A CO., S44 Pa X-.?n. u -?i .... ... i a. i>..| iniaciu ?u 9UU l"U ill, m g (Inte!ligenoer fcri'l Republican.) SOMETHING SEW?SUPERIOR HULLED COR.V.?The *ubsorif>er, having cot the agency to supply Waahiugton and Georgetown with thia delioate preparation of Com wouid roapectfully uk of hit friend*, and the publto at targe, to give it a trial. Alao, Popped Corn, plain acd augared WM. BRADLY. Agent, Pa. avenue, between 18th ana 19th >U. N. B--Mauafaoturer of Marble Mantle*. Monu meuta, Table Top*, Ao. A large aaaortment a waja on hand. M HM W^HALL. STEPHENS A CO., 333 Pkimtlvania Avinvb. MILITARY AND NAVAL MERCHANT TAILORS. AND KEADY-MADE CLOTHIERS, AND EXTENSIVE DEALERS IN GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, e6-if (Intel. A Kepub.)? rMBBB' HAIR STORE, ur No. u4tt Pa.. a.v.. aar. 13th asd 13th at*. PERFUMERY, tc BRAJDS.CURLS AVIGS. HALF WIGS. FL1ZETTES, Ao. A full stooi aiwaya on h&nd, or made to order at the *hort?el notice, Hair Work repaired or exchanged. N. B.?Lanes' Hair f?**d Id the meat nature ?a.ntl*r m? ? ftrw LANKElS, COMFORTS, SHEi; I INtiS. 'l'owela. Napkins. Doylte* and other Drr Gooda for the wanu of housekeeper* and families. One pnoe only, marked in plain figure* t?sra-?""w. c"'^kr?kV v'aVc) Pa a venae aud Ninth at, oe?6t "Perry Bcikh?g w rpo MILITARY OFFICERS AND OTHKAfc "I* Tk* (My JUlimSU mmd HmrmUat M*ir Dim Kmnm, Sold by all Druggiat#; alao, at Butnoi'i Patent V.p 'iMne StoT#.i p. Parent Ofioc,o >r F A 7th, and at GiBBft'a tteir Mora, 344 Pena'a averae, whara LAdiea m have it applied, if 4eair*d. FBotot^?81 Baralftf at (fete SJ Broadway )N. Y. Bon. j ohnsto*, ALTlMURt LOCK HOSPITAL, H*t dittmnrtd tkt most Ctrl*m, Smttdp mmd mtif Efftctuml Rrmidf m tkt World, FOR ALL DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. | LET NO FALSE PS LICACT PRE YE NT. APPL.Y IMMEDIATELY. A WARRANTED. OR NO CHAMOE, IN MOM ONE TO TWO DATS. WittriH *f *.S* Back. fe/l4*wraa, Agectisnesf th* Kid i;a end Bladder -^T?i?r.^r? i)i*c?*rf?i, Impo'inc?, General Debility, Nk'owuni, iVinw, Cabfaaisa sf Ideaa, L>?W Spr.j, ?: pitauoa of tin Hml, Tnaidity, Trerablinge, Dironeaa of Sigm or Giddineaa. Dfaeaa* C Ai lead. Throat, Noee or Skin, Afftctiooe of tha Linn, tornsch or Bowele?thaaa Ttrrtbla Diaordera ariatng from Solitary Habit* of Toath?theae Praadfal and Da at r?c ti? a PrmetKM which rtodtr Mirnt/a lapoaaitli, aad (iitr*; belli Body and Mind. YOUNO MEN Eepect-.lly who he?e bacon* iha victim* of Solitary Vict, tbat draadfal and dlltncux habit vbicb auanllf aweepe la an antlm*ly gra?* thco*anda of Yoarg Man of tha noat taltad talent* and brillisat intallact, wbo might otherwise h'a entranced Uetenanf Stoataa with tba thandere af alogaence cr Waked to ecsucy tba Imng lyre, may call with fiUI coo4denc?. MARRIAUE. MaRRIID P?RI0H?, or Toanf Man csniaraplaUng Marflare, bainf awara of physical vaaknaaa, argania Ability, dtforimuaa, Ac., apeedily cured. He whoplacee himeelf Bodar tha cara of Dr. J. may raliri aely coord* in hia honor aa a gentleman and astildeuuy rely apon bra skill a* a physician. OFFICE No. 7 SOUTH FREDERICE ST. lafl hap# ?*4* aenng from Baliinor* atiaat, a faw dssra from lb* corner. fnt rv t? cbs?r?* nam* and oamhi. Leuere aasat b? paid and eontih: a ftsa>p. DR. JOHNSTON, Membaraf tha Royal Collac* of Snig<*?>*, Uendoe, gradaat* front on* oi the moat eminent Collegea in :H* United utee, and lha gie?ter part of whoee lifa ha* be?n *ye*t la lh* noapttrla of Locdon, Pari*, Philadalpbis and alaaw^ari, hia affected eome of tha noat aetoniehing caraa mat war* < Ir known; many trooblad with ringing ia th* h*ad and air* whan a*!*?p; great n*r?ouar.aai, being alarmed at (C4din scande, basbfaineaa with freqaent blaaiiing. attand*d eomeumel with derangement ?( mind, w*r* eared mm*<i*U"' TAKE PAHlft VLAR NOTICE T*ang Man and othcra who ha?e injnrad theme*!*** by a certain fietic* indulged in when also*?a habit fr*qo*ntly learned from e*tl companion*, or at acbool, the elecu sI renders marring* impossible, sfd dee'.roye both ml;.4 ana body, ehould apply immediately. Thess are some of the aad and melancholy effects predated by trill habiu of vooth, vie: Weakneee of the Back ard Limba, tain* il the Hod, Pimneee of Sifht, Lota of Maeeu>ar Power, Palpitation n* *? Heart, Dyepepey, Nervoae irritability, Derangement cr t?t Piees;j?s Functions, Gaoaral Debility, Symptome of Coneompflan, 4c. Miitillt.?The fearful effect* on tfc? n?i*d ara mach ta be dreideJ?Loee of Mr .ory, Confneion of Ideal, Derreeeioo f flpirite, E?i! Forebodings, Aversion of Society, Self-D?*trvat, Lore of Solitude, Timidity, est, ara taut of the (till ptoducl*. Nervol's Thoaeande ean cow judge what U the cause of their deciitTSf ?>th, loetcg their rigor, baconIn f weak, pale, nervese Mid t~i"*ted, having a eingulat appearance about the eyee, cough or ey#:?* * of cacsumptian. DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleaeare lode he hae imbibed tue seeds of thie painfal dieeaee, it toaaftaa happene that an ill-timed eenee of ehame or dread of discovery deteri him from apply mg to thoee who, from education and respectability, Can alone befriend him. He falla iota the har.de of ignorant and d? n pretenders, who, incapable af eurinr, filch hie pecamary e*l?at?nce. keep him trifling month after month, or ae loaf ae Ut tmefleei fee can be obtained, and in despair leave nira with raited health to eigb ever me galling dtesp?>ot?tn?enl;ot by the aee of that deadly paieon?Mercury?hasten Ifte co-irttauocai lyrrrnxxue af tbit terrible dieeaee, each ae Affectione cf tM Heart. ? hroct, Head, km, Ac , progressing with frightful rapidity, till death pate a period to hie dreadful suffering by eending hlwt a it?t undiecevered caantry from wbaee bourse na traveler reterue. DR JOHNSON'S REMEDY FOR ORGAJtlC WEAKNESS AND 1MPOTENCY. By thie great and impart* at remldf #ee*ie?e ?f the ore ens are speedily eared and fall vigor reslarati. Tceai- ade af the nut narveae and debilitated, wha had laet all Bf>s, k??e been immediately relieved. All lirptitl.'nanu ta Marriage, Pbyuia&l h MeaUl DieqaalHca.ivrs, Lets af Proereative Pawer. Kerveue Irritability, Teemb'tng sn< Weakneae ct Kaitaaeuaa af the Boat fearful kiad syeedily cvad. ENDORSEMENT OF 1HE PHESS. TBI M**T Twoi;?A."VDe cured at thie inetitativft w*^la the laet seventeen yeare, and the nameroae imparted a?i|aal eparatious performed by Dr. Jobnstoo. ?iin,??'' >r tape re re ( the paper* and many oilier rsrsoi s, notices of wnicb haft appeared agrun and again before the public, be i.in ma ai?nainf ' ffnwammn ar cnareciar ana raarvnviMlllj, la alitiiot ciariu.li# tf tha ag.ctad. roar 15-1* NOTICE. smmmmmaem "AUAMS' EXPRESS CU.MPANY .?? This Company offers to the public" Unequalled Advantages'' for the Safe anrf Ljuick Umpaloh of Heavy Freights Packfmes, Valuable#, Money, 4o. Ac., to all part* of the United States. Expresses to and frcm tho North and West depart from and arrive in Washington twioe daily, Ai! Expresses are in charge of txptrtenctd and relta^h Messengers. Ail Packagee for The.8oldiar? carried at "onb halv'' onr usual rates. All Goods for the so-called "Confederate State*" and all Articles * Contraband of War" will be Rsfcskd. Ou Expresses leave New York at 1.5, and 6 P. M .^arriving in Washington at 6 A. M and k30 Expresses leave Philadelphia a: RJM A. M. and 11 F. M., arriving in Washington at ?S0 P. M, and 6 A. M. Expresses leave ttvtimore at 4 20 A. M. and S P. M.; arriving in WasLington at 6 A. M- and 6 90 P. M. Expresses for all points North and West leave Waehinston at 7.3? A. M. and 2J9 P M. daily. Special Contract* for large quantities of t reight can be made on application to this ? iffice. All Goods called ibr and delivered fru of Extra charges. E. W, PARSONS, Sup't Adams' Express Company. Washington, Angust a. 1861. an a- tf Ywood and coal. OU Will surely get yoor money's worth by oalling at the PIONEER MILLS, uritkwist tar nir of Sivtntn sirtrt and Canal, (GEO. PAGE, Agent) They se|l 0hps.per and give better measure than any others in the wt?-out, split, and delivered free of charge. If yon aoc t t elieve ?1 v? the Pioneer Mills a tria., and be satisfied ?-lv r IJOOT8 AMD SHOES ?0 8V1T |U J ViMBS. WA arai nr.v maraftVnm.? *11 Dftn?a T? ? HVW tunuBiVjllkiiai Mi ftiuvn VI VV/V * u< SHOES, and oorataniiT reoemn* sJte apply ot eaatern made work of ererr de /*J?f serif tion, made expreaaly to order, and will w HMf be sold at a maoli lower trioe than haa been" heretofore oharged in (hie eity for maoh infer.er artiolee. Peraooa ia want ot Boole and Shoes of eastern er eitr made work, wi!l a.war* find a rood aaaortmea la itereacd at tee lowest ^ncea. Sive as a ca.1. K1KF1N * bftO,, % a ? *11 P><ixi?l*ana orrit ARMY SUPPLIES. A Jt/ST RECEIVED? 4S?oana SAUSAGE MEAT, 240 can* FRESH TOMATOES, 48" cam FRESH VEAL. 360 o&ua BE E F ,e la mod*, 240o&na ROAST BEEF, KOoane FRESH MUTTON, J40oana BEEFand GRAVY, >40 cans SOUP and BOUILLI, JD o&aea FH K?LH DES81CATED VB?E TABLES. FeraaleatNew York Factory pnoea. KING & BURCHELL, aeI Corner I and Fifteenth atreeia. a NEW BOOKS. STORY of the United Netherlands, by Joha Lolhroa Motley ; 2 Tola.; free b? mail, ?4. The Riae of the Uutah Repub.ra. m niatory, by John Lothrop Motley; 3 to s oioth; free by mail, Silas Mamer, the Wearer "f RaTeiol, by the autr.or of "Adair. Bed* cloth 7a|oenU; paper M oenta. Life and Career of Major Andre, by Wintrop Barceant; 31J0. After Icebergs with a Painter, a Snmraer Voyace to l^abrador and Newfoundland; by ReT Louis L Nob ; 92.60. Tke (lacufaotare of Photo(enio_or Hydro-Car Don uiu, Dy Thomu Antiaell, M. U , f 1.7S. Any of the above free by mail. FRENCH * R1CHSTEIN, M g aT* Penny avenaa. W - BOYS' CLOTHING. K Have received within tije 'aat day or two a arte aaaortment of BOYS' SPRING CLOTHING, embracing ail etylea of low-prioad, median., trd ine ?uaimea, whioh we are nailing a I vary low pnoea for oaah. WALL, STEPHENS * CO., saa Pa. av., between 9th and 10th eta. m Yt i Intalliieitcer ape Reanblioaa.1 ZfyAT THE OLD PAWN OFFICE. /Ov 1W1 C STsarr, . IW1 0 'I B+ck mt Ik* A'ctWMi HmH. 0 9 Moat liber&i advaaoea made oa Gold aad Mlver Watebea. Diamon a, J ewe ry, Sitvar wara% Clothing, Pietoia, and all hiada of Marohandiee. Saaioaaa striotty confidential. ISAAC HKRZBKRG, Ml C atraat, Mj-jte Batwaea Ah aad Kh at* nUPONTS eUNPOWDUU BDCEWB??jr Wdfcrwuv flow. ?3jgSSfe?fa. UELMBOLD'S GEN LINE PREPARATION. " HIGHLY CONCENTRATED' Compound Fluid Extract Buchu, A Pwiltri *nd Sftcxfic Rtmtdf For Dimum of Uo BLADDER. KIDNEYS. GRAVEL. art DROPSICAL SWELLINGS. Thta MedioiM Inereaeee the power of DifMtaoB. a'.d exeitea the ab*ob bist* into beajthy Mtioi. by whsoh the watut ok ciLcikhi depoetncoa, and all cxk*t?ral ?mi?b??* *j?t? are red Med, a* veil a* paiji am> implahmatios, ul la good f?r MEN. WOMEN, OR CH1LDRRN. HELMbOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU For Wraknmai Anting irom Kxo?aaea, Habite of Diaaipation. Karly I'diaor?tion or A^aee. Aitenaea vi t* i*? rouotting >ymptomi : Indisposition to Exertion, Lo?s of Pntnr, l.o?? ?f Memory. Difionlty of Hmtknr, \\ Mk Nerree, TnnUii, Hvrror of Dtsta**, WikthlMN, Bimness of Vision, Pai* in tke BMk, niv*rsa; Lassitude of the Muscular fystem. Hot Baodc. Flushing of the Ar/j. Drynete of the gkin. Eraptioaa on the Fao?, PUL1D COCXTIXtlCl. T'neee sympt- ms, ll a o?fd to to on. whioh this rnerfieine in variably removee, eooo fo'lowe IMPOTENCY, FATUITY. EPILEPTIC FITS, In one of ttkick the Pattern may ?*-ptrt Who can ray that they are cot fre^u^itly followed by thoee "DiRirtL pisease*," ' insanity aind CONSUMPTION." Many are nwa-e of the eanee of tuoir suflerint, BCT HON1 W'LL roUPKM. THE RECORDS or the insane asylums And the Melancholy Deaths by Consumption, BUI AMFL1 WITNESS TO TBI TifTH OF TUB UfUTIML the constitution once affected WITH ORGANIC WEAKNESS. Re^niree the aid of medicine to strengthen and Innrorato the System which HELMBOLD'S extract buchu invariably doe i a TBI AL WILL COHVISCB TUB KO?T aE?rriCAL. FEMA LES- FEMALES- FEMA LES, old or young. single. married. ok contemplating Marriage. In M??y Ajftclxons Peculiar le Females the Extract Buonu > uneeuaJ'd by any other remedy, a* in Chloroeie or ReteLtton, Irrtga.amy, Painfulneet, or Suprreseion ol Cueiemarr Evaouaticne. Ulcerated or Sohirrone state of the Uterux. Leuoorrhea or Whitee, Sterility. a?4 for all complaints incident to the mi, whether artaiag from Indieoretion, Habits of Diaeipatioa, or IB Um DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE ! SBE SYMPTOM* ABOVENO FAMILY 6110CLD BK WITHOUT IT. Take no more Babam, Mercury, or CnpJtasani Mtdxcint for Unpleasant and Dangerous Dtstasts. HKLMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU cctu 8ETRET DISEASES In all their Sia^ea, At little Expense; Lit'.le or no ohaiige in Diet; No inconvenience. And no iiposnrt. It cause* a frequ nt desire atd a> strength to Urinate, thereby Removing obetraetiona, Preventing and Caring Sirieturee of the Urethra, Allaying ham and jr.demolition. so frequent in the class of diseasea. a&d exiling nil Povtonons, iHfeaitd, and w?m out Matter. THor?t!IM vroif THOriARM WHO HATE BEEN THE VICTIMS OF QUACKS, and who hare pail ktavy Jett to be eared ia a short time, havefmnd they were deoeivM. auC thai the ' poisos" has, by the use oC'rowtrful ilnwmu" been dried up in the ay item, to braaX vat ta aa aggravatod form, and PERHAPS AFTER MARRIAGE. Uee HELMBOLDH EXTRACT BUCHU . all affections and diseaase of the URINARY ORGANS, whether existing in MAJLK OR FKHALK. from whatever cause originating and do matter of HOW LONG STANDING Diaeasea of theae Organ* reqatre the aid of a Divkitic. HHLMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU IB THE GREAT DIURETIC, and it ia oertain to have the daetrad effect la Diaeaeea/er tehicn *t is rocommtndtd. mvmmnrm nw tub wnar iwillllLI An aa LIABLI CHA&ACTBB will^aooompanj t&e medioinea. CERTIFICATES OF CURBS. ^ From I to 30 yeara' ataodlBg, with Niium know* to SCIENCE AND FAME. "PHYSICIANS" PLEASE m NOTICE mi maki "w> aBcmsr" or "m?B?iB?Ta" HKLMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCH17 is oompoeed of Bnchu, Calebs and J ampor BorriM. seieotad wtyi great oare by a ootnpatani draff isl PREPARED IN VACUO, BY H. T. UELMHOLD, Praotioal and Analytical Chemist. and Sol* Man ataoturer of HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATIONS AFFIDAVIT. Personally appeared oefore me. as A Idar? of the oity or hhi.akit.ptua, U. T. HamaoLfc, who being duiy awo b, dot* tay. hia preparations aoatam no naroot'o, ao mere a ry, or other lnjsrtoas >. B ELM BOLD. Sworr and subscribed bMars November, 1*4 WM. f. HlBBBap, a id ji man, NinU at., abova Kaon, Ffciia. PHYSICIANS IN ATTENDANCE FROM 6 A- M TO 8 P. M. Prlc* ?1 pw WtU?i trilzfcrll. Detlv?r?d to mt addr?. marai? pitii tfom ObMTVMlOIL Addreaa letten for lnform&UoB la mMmm t? H. T. HELMBOLD, OUmist, D?poU1M South Tratt bL, Mm CkMMt, Pfctfe. BEWARE OP COUNTHPSnS AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS sr4 HtlwtboW* Otmm?i Prtpmrfm*, v u Extract jMta, ? m M lm Wm.U Bold by tt. B. Waits. X. a tuuii im Wuji, S. C. Poms, a. 1. iammi. C. MAJOE, Kiswell * Linnet, J. A. M?m, Wuau??i Hd ewifMon, AJTD iU MWrttl EVERYWHERE. ; ASK 70ft HXLMBOLD'S ?- ? - "R SAoaotm. V. tatD AVOID IWPO?Tl<?N tad BXPOMIK mm*-' . ^

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