Newspaper of Evening Star, November 27, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated November 27, 1861 Page 1
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i ??~ . ?r? THE EVENING STAR THE WEEKLY STAR. mLM^?s?2rwu'' /2f r - * C^/ J ~ ? ^ -? ?AT THE STA* BUILDINGS, M/^k M ^ A . A A A . ^ / J. A A A v, *lM?l* 4 pute WHf < ln?*M nU? /*-?*?,?--?? ? i^v A/VV <v'VV rtf Vtf >%* sasss? "' ?w. p. w allaoh. i r II pi! I nil >w I X| | r^zr.:r. rip?nmn4 la ptekisv br eurlen H MI V 7^1 ^ M. ^ -M. > M. Ey/^Jl A/ WW /W a 5-21T ? "~* J" year, or 37 ceo to per month. To mall rubecribera *^W f I !. !" the price to 83 JO a year, im wliun; t? for <? V_^X lweutv-1** copiaa ? <* month.; ?1 for Uiree monthe; tad for leaa thaa ? I? la variablyeoatala* t*e " Waaklaftoa Newa' On-** moaUu at the rate of IS oeato a week. 81a- Uat * Tkt Dmitf Em?ing Stmt circulate fleeopfee, one cawr; la wrappera, two cum. * ?o generally tbronghoet the ooaatoy. LET AsTaaTtnxaitT* tkouWl he mat to the C7"81a*le coplea (la wrappera) oaa he pe?:^ra.?,r^,"di0,k?,rt*,,taT,"T V-- XV11I. WASHINGTON. P. C . WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1861. Ng. 2.737. ?? *72L5Ei?&?;"" - EXPEDITION FROM FORTRESS MONROE. DESTRUCTION OF TWO REBEL CAMPS ON JAMES RIVER. LOU19UHA nod GEORGIA REGIMENTS ROUTED. EXPLOIT OF TWO GUN-BOATS. Foktbcs* Monoi. rii ) Baltihoki, Not. 24,1881. } An Intelligent deserter from the Tenth Georgia Regiment reached Newport New* on the morning of Friday last, and waa taken to bead-quartera at Portreea Monroe, where, upon being Interrogated, be ma4e known the location of a number oniupuranl RWfl eaiupn on the right bank of the James river. Acting rpon this Information, an expedition, conslatlng of two gunboata, waa prepared on Friday, in readiness to proceed at nighlfall to the junction of James and Warwick rivers, about Ave and one-balf miles above Newport-Newa. The Cambridge led the way and stesimd without interruption until reaching the point designated. where the white tents of the enemy could be plainly discerned on a low wooded triangular piece of land This was near midnight. Almost before the rebel pickets coald give the alarm the gunboats were in position, and bad opened fire upon the camps, the guns following each other In rapid succession N o effectual resistance was made by the enemy and the discharges were continued for more than an hour, at which time the camps appeared nearly deserted The darkness of tne night and the want sf sufficient men prevented a landing being effected Indeed, this was not the object of the expedition, the sole aim being to destroy the camps by an efficient cannonade, and this was successfully accomplished. It Is believed that the loss of life on the part of the rebels wait heavy, owing to the suddenness of the attack and their comparatively defenceless state In this same neighborhood were, and still are, (except those scattered by the gunboats,) the following regiments: 10th Ceorgia, Colonel Cummin*; '2d Louisiana, Colonel Farnow; 14th Virginia, 2d Florida, 19tb Louisiana, 5th Georgia, Louisiana Zouaves, 500 cavalry, and one battery f eight pieces. The Second Louisiana Regiment had the most exposed position, the camp being on the point of land at the confluence of the W arwlck and James river and Deep creek It was this regiment that sustained the Are of the gunboata, aa already stated The men are French, Irish and German, and our informant says that the confuaion which sometimes reigns la most amusing. On the point they have thrown up an earthwork, and procured two howltxers for its defence They have also brought a number of old canal boats dawn from Richmond, and sunk them across the entrance of Warwick river, a stream one mile In width at Its mouth. The tanth Georgia camp adjoins that of the second Louisiana, being further up the shore of Warwick river. Adjoining these, and still further up, is the tenth Louisiana. Beyond these, and one mile distant from the river, at Tabb's fields, (near Warwick Court House.) is the second Florida, the men of which, according to our informant. sustain the climate remarkably well, the fact being that but a small portion of them are really from Florida The fifteenth Virginia command the road leading from Newport Newa to Richmond, and have thrown earthworks arrnaa It at a point about five miles above tbe News. They have also ditched It, and erected an eightgun battery already alluded to Of tbe guns two are brass field pieces an-l one a rifled cannon A squadron of Ave hundred cavalry 1s stationed witn this regiment, and used for scouting purpoeee. Tbe 0th Georgia regiment ia at Yorktown, where formidable earthworks have been thrown up with the assistance of negroes, Impressed into the service. The Louisiana Zouaves ere at Williamsburg, exacty sixty-Ave miles from Richmond Nearly all of the rebel troops are erecting winter quarters, there being no design of advancing upon Newport News or Fortress Monroe, although this Idea was entertained sometime since. Gen. Msgruder has 23,000 troops in his department, comprising the districts of James and York rivers. He visits the camps at long intervals, and Is addicted to bard drinking. He is, however, a strict disciplinarian, and, In the language of my Informant, is not In favor with tbe men, "because he won't give tbem furloughs " Tbe tents in use are generally vsry poor Tbe rations consist of fresh meat and hard bread twice each week; bacon twice, and sugar and coffee twice There is plenty of food, such as It is, the provisions being brought by steamers from Richmond. Two weeks ago the tenth Georgia regiment received new clothing, each roan being obliged to pay twenty-four dollars for his suit?the sum being deducted from his wsges. This created much dlsaatisfaction among the soldiers Two montbs ago three other regiments received new clothing. The second North Carolina regiment went home two weeks ago, many of tbe men positively refusing to serve under General Msg ruder or Brigadier General McLaus. INTERESTING FROM THE SOL'TH. From late southern papers we have the following: WHAT THI COS VXD XX ATX C05SXXSS IS TO DO. The Richmond Kxamitur of tbe90tb says: It Is expected that the business before Congress will be dispatched in a short period. We learn that It is proposed to amend the sequestration act. and slso to take some action looking to tbe relief of tbe planting interest As far as we are advised. the disposition of Con?rw? i? ? > posed to any menu re to buy the crops of planten; and It is seid that the majority of the planting Interest Itself baa undergone a marked conversion of opinion wltb respect to so partial an expedient aa toe purchase of tn-lr crop* by the government. The report that Congress designed to take Into consideration the removal of the capital from this city, for fear of the railroads traversing North Carollaa or Tennessee being taken possession of by the enemy, and the consequent Isolation of the seat of government, Is, we are aaaared, without any foundation In fact. Various rumors were In circulation yesterday to the movements of Geo Ployd. We have Information of a reliable character, whleh comes from an oAcer In the Kanawha army, that on the 15th of this month General Floyd fell back from Cotton Hill to wlthla seven miles of Raleigh court house. No disaster Is believed to have been sustained by General Fiord. The Lynebburg Republican, whee* editor Is ons "f Gen. Floyd's aids, meatioM the prevalence of rumors in that elty oa Monday thst General Floyd had been compellsd to retreat from Cotton Hill with the loss of all his baggage snd supplies and one b undred men. The Republican adds : Ws give no credit to these rumors We think it probable General Ployd has fallen back some thirty or forty miles nearer his depot of supplies, but we hope and think be hss done so without loas to his command Hla force la not and never has been suAclent to cope successfully with the enemy la that quarter, and the great wonder la that he baa maintained his ground so long and successfully ? Richmond Isfsirir. 90tk intt. dbckasid niiomii or wan. The following U s correct llat of all the prison, era of war who hove died 1b Uio several con fed. erate states prisons la this city from August the 1st to Prtday laet: W M Smith, New York 71st; Albert Pennott, 1st Rhode Island; A. T. White, do : W F Oxford, 9d New Hampshire; E. N Rabies, 3d Vermont; T B Smith, 9d Khode Island; John Williams, 13th New Yore; John Bradley. 14th New York; H. P. Hale, Utta New York, T B Nichols, 19th New York; Horace Hunter, 3d Maine; Henry Smith, 11th New York; A. K Farmer, llth Massachusetts; T P Garrison, 1st Minnesota. Charles McArov, 79th New York; A Jacques. S? Rhode Island: T N. Cobb, do ; T P Salle, 1st Minnesota; Cms R Prsacott. Uth New York; John B. Miller, llth New York; T. A Campbell, 14th New York; Stephen Russell, 3d Mains; C bar lee H. Chess, *d New Hampshire: John Spring, 2d Vermont; T. R. Johnson, 9Tth New York; 6 Weld, llth Mass t Ben J T Bate, (EnSneer.) 6Mh New York; Francis l.oresy, Uth ew York; Charles Onrand, 19th New York; John Hamilton, M Wisconsin; E M. Thorn \s, 1st Mlnneeote; John Leonard, 2d Vermont; R7 H Brown, 3d Maine; A B. Bailey, 3d New Hampshire; A. M. Hunt, #7tb New Vork; Charles McDonald, 79th New Yefk; T. A Z-rttle, 15th Penna., N C. Buck. 79th New York, (shot) 8. Tobias, UHk N. Y-; P. Murray, 8th U. 8.; bade Rodman, 2d Rhode Island; C. H. Evan*, 3d U. 8; S B Garven, 4th Maine; W C Haynes, 24 l New Hampshire; Charles E. Trowbrtde,2d Wis- 1 coasln; T. H. McClung, 14th New York; James I Jones, citizen, Greenbrier county, Va ; C Huson, 1 Jr , citizen, Rochester, N Y ; G. M. Andrews, 1 27th New York) George W. Anderson,4th Maine; < Simeon Gerald, citizen, Boone county, Va ; Da- < IdS Brooks, 3d New Hampshire; J. Cunning- | ham. 8th US; G M Clenby, 3d Maine; P. F t Stack, 1st Connecticut; E. L Reed, 2d Wiscon- 1 sin; J Truxall, 35th Ohio; Richard Gleason, 11th I New York, (shot;) Daniel Yeager. 15th Pennsyl- 1 van is; J. D Duffee, 1st Minnesots; Jscob Dietz, i 14th New York; J. C. Gtlman, 2d Maine; Henry I C. Sarvls, citizen, Hardv county, Va ; Charles VV ?Tfbbltts, 27th New York; William Walcup, citizen, Virginia; George Farland, do ; Joel Sites, citizen, Hardy county, Va. Total 67. The two prisoners referred to above aa having 1 been shot, were Bred upon and killed at differ- 1 ent periods by the guards, while engaged in vio- < ' latlng well known rules of the prison. All of 1 the deceased prisoners, with the exception of Mr. 1 Huson, who was burled In Holy wood cemetery, 1 were Interred la a burial grouaa specially appro- ] prlated to that purpose by the confederate states Government?Richmond Enquirer. A LKTTim FROM ''QUAHTICO." C. F. Dunnlngton, formerly chief of capltol j police here, writes to the Richmond Enquirer \ ?he following over his old Alexandria Seutlnel i correspondence signature of 'Quantico." Drxraias, Nov. 17,1881. Gtntltmen:?For a week past our forces have been on the alert, and eager to meet the expected enemy. It is believed they Intended attacking us from the batteries opposlts Quantlco, from the fleet, and from the direction of Alexandria We i | bave reliable information that the enemy have 1 25,000 men at Pohick church, about ten milea 1 from Alexandria; that they have pushed their ' reconnolsances to the Occoquan creek, both at i the village of the same name and also on the old i and more direct road by Colchester, which Is < near the Potomac; that they are preparing pon- 1 toon bridges, to be used in crossing the Occo- i quin, which is not fordable except above the village, Ac. The flset is anchored off Indian Heed, opposite Occoquan or Belmont bay There are 16 guns mounted in the batteries at Budd's Ferry, opposite our batteries, and 15,000 troops are encamped behind them. Sickles was seen riding the horse of a gentleman who Is absent from his home at present. On Thursday morning, by invitation of General Wigfsll, we accompanied him to Cockpit t'oint, w tie re there had been some firing at a schooner, and where, It was reported, the enemy was landing. After our arrival we saw some five shots from the guns of the battery of the Hampton Legion. The crew of the schooner deserted her, and our men procured a boat and boarded her, though she was within a few hundred yards of the Maryland shore. They removed every- , thing of value from her, and fired her; but the crew returned after our men left and extinguished the fire. Our troops were very much elated at the pros- , pect of a fight. They threw away their knapsacks on the roadside and, though we went at a full gallop, were close after us. The Yankees generally throw away their knapsacks to aid taem In getting out of a fight. 1 I regret to slate there wis one casualty at the < batteries on Friday evening. A private of the 1st Arkansas regiment, in bat ery No 1, was mortally wounded in the abdomen by the explosion of a shell thrown from the enemy's batteries J across the river. It is the first loss we have sus- < Uined. Gen. Trimble has been succeeded in command of the batteries by Gen. French. Qbahtico. tub war 03 tbi ska-coast?latkst from ' south carolina. [Examiner's Correspondence 1 Charleston, Not. 17. With ua, the def?nce of Charleston and Savannah It the great topic of the day. A week before the battle of Port Royal Charleston wu regarded aa absolutely Impregnable. Mais nous avons < tkangi tout cela The unexpected failure of our sbore batteries at Bay Point and Hilton Head to demolish at least one of the attacking v?j>sels, I has easily shaken the popular confidence In the ' efficacy of our guns against the monster frigates and iron-clad gunboats which they may have , again to encounter. And now, so alarmed are many of the sordid souls that infest all our southern cities, that the effect may already be seen In 1 the lengthening of the freight trains which leave i almost hourly for tbe Interior. < In Savannah the panic is even more general and decided, whole neighborhoods having bt en suddenly left deserted by the exodus of the wives and children of those who are in arms at Fort Pulaski and the batteries on the Savannah river. | It is. however, but just to explain that the entire , fighting population of both cities, as well as the Intervening and adjacent country, is on active ' duty. Tbe volunteers and the militia are both I out. Even the boyt, many of them of a very < tender age, are fully organized and t? camp, . drilling with a zeal and constancy which their seniors cannot surpass. The ''exempts" are very ' few In number, being confined to those who are engaged in expediting the preparationa of the i war, or who are detained by other occupations which the pablic interest requires not to be suspended. Thus "the community of Charleston < and that of Savannah, alike shorn of the young < and vigorous men, who give buoyancy and a | sense of security to tbe household, is now made up almost exclusively of women, children and nervous old men, who have passed the period of 1 military service. ' In such a condition of thinga it la scarcely won- < derful that vague and unreasonable apprehensions , should prevail Meantime tbe opinions of our , military men as to the security of the city have scarcely undergone any material change They ' are working assiduously and quietly, but it is boped. effectually, to place the defences of the ) harbor and the neighboring aea-coast in the best possible condition. Few cities possess greater natural advantages for defence than Charleston. 1 Built apon a narrow tongue of land formed by i tbe confluence of the Ashley and Cooper, tw# < wide and deep rivers, a fortification of very limited extent across "the Neck" behind the city, wonld render us altogether unapproachable by ' land The harbor is completely land-locked? < The entrance, only about a mile wide, and four miles below the city. Is guarded on either side , by Forte Sumter and Moultrie, with their tre- , mendous batteries of heavy columblads, 64-poun- . ders, and Dahlgren guns, bearing directly down . upon the channel. To give the batteries of the , forts ample time to "play" upon an attacking , fleet, a long chain of massive rafts haa lately been stretched across the mouth of the harbor, from Fort Sumter to Sullivan's Island. This "boom" I la of sufficient strength to fully neutralize the ad- , vantages which the Yankeea may derive from the , speed oftbelr war vessels. Besides, It must be remembered that our harbor, unlike that of Port Royal, Is much too shallow to permit the ap- , proach of the large United States frigates, and ' any navml demonstration agalnat us must necessarily be made with gun-boats of light draft ? And even should these succeed In running the gnantlet of Forta Moultrie and Samter, they ] would still have to face the guns of Castle Plncknev within the harbor. Tbe only other means of attacking Charleston . would constat In landing an army and marching from the tea board, so as to take possession of tbe , opposite bank, either of tbe Cooper or Ashley | river, (ton which the city might be easily i shelled. Bat, In that event, a battle on the land I exclusively would be necessary. And with our J men handling the bayonet, and thinking of their 1 wives and children near by, we do not entertain i much fear for the result. 1 There Is no news from below The Yankees i are entrenching themselves on Hilton Head, Bay 1 Point and Plnckney Island. There have been ! many strange rumors about tbe negroes that were left on the Ssa Island cotton plantations. But the following important official letter on the subject, . from Captain Ives, confederate states army, , Kves the real eondltlon of affairs with regard to I eae unfortunate slaves : t HsAXXjCABTiaa. COOSAWATCBIB, NOV. 13. General?la reply to your enquiries I have tbe 1 honor to Inform you that, tn my opinion, there ; has been some misapprehension In regard to tbe j condition and state or feeling of the negroes In tbe vicinity of Beaufort and upon Port Royal j Island. I visited Beaufort and rode through the 1 Island in company with a small escort yesterday morning: we saw no Indications of any general . disaffection among the negroes Some disorders, i It ts true, appear to have transpired during the ah- I aence of the whites; but all of the negroes whom < we met?and we eon^aned with many of tbem? 1 appear to be disposed w remain and' look after 1 tbe property of their masters, and to be only deslreos tnat the latter should not suffer by theirfsbsence from their plantations. We fennd many ef i the blacks continuing their regular work, and tbe < few who were ranging about, away from their homes, appeared to have done so only from the ? Cast that they were net under their ns?al central, < and seemed to be heartily tired of their tempo rarv relaxation. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, J. C Iv?s, * Captain Engineer C. 8. A., Brlgsdler Beneral i,B. Ripley, Ooosewatchis. General Lee ii moving actively about, from ?olnt to point. What are tbe precise step* be It inking are not yet generally known to tbe public. He had a long conference with the Governor on Prlday night. The result, I learn, will be the mmedlate dlabandment of tbe militia, now in :amp; It haa been determined to light tbe lnvad?ra with volunteers exclusively. This will be good news to a vast number of Yankees, now under arms as militia, but who will think twice oefore volunteering, either in the state or confederate service On dit, that Major-General Schnierle, of the second division South Carolina xiilitla, has resigned, in consequence of some misunderstanding with the higher powers. Q. [From tbe Knoxvllls Register, Nov. 19 ] ANOTHIR LEGISLATOR ARRKSTKD. Wm Wallace, representative from Anderson md Campbell counties, one of the East Tennessee union members who took the oath at the commencement of tbe session, but who lssaid to have manifested an Inclination to throw it up at borne, luring the recess, was arrested ;>e?er<tay on the train en route to Nashville, and'brought bark to this city. He will doubtless have an examination befors tbe C. S. commissioners to-morrow. Dr. Hodsden, whose traitorous speech we gave some account of last week, was in this city an Saturday last, bound for Nashville, but on learning there was a warrant out for bis arrest, he took tbe back track for Sevier county, and has not lince been heard of. [From the Lynchburg Virginian ] SALT RXTOKTIOX?A. PUBLIC MEETING. It Is proposed to hold a public meeting at Dudley Hall, tbls afternoon at 4 o'clock, for the purpose of organizing an association to check mate the salt executioners The plan Is to raise a fund, to purchase weekly, at the salt works, in WashInton countv. a nuantltv or (n Ko mnntiui to the cltitens of Lynchburg and the farmers round about^^fcuch quantities as may be needed, *t first coat NV^fcarges of transportation Salt can be bad at the works for seventy-five cents a bushel, beyond which, we are informed, itia the lettled purpose of the manufactures not to advance. If this scheme can be carried into efl'ect?and we see nothing to prevent it?it will leave the (peculators high ana dry, and we shall see some of their hoarded treasure coming up from the "vasty deep" of their cellars to be thrown on the market at reasonable prices ?The same gentlemen who "have no salt in the market" now, will tind their occupation gone. THE DOLLAR START" INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS! NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE! 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C., with subscription money enclosed, or for specimen copies, whicb will be forwarded gratis. SOMETHING NEW ! /A cftffljgxxatest dlscovxxt >BHr i< 881 o itrwi, onwiitt - ? tkfTktattr. ~ OYSTERS STEAMED In the Shall and Thoroughly Cooked (far superior to a roast) in two mtnutit, the fas tut tim* on rteord. Call and see. The andersicned respectfully informs his friends in the Distriot, and visitors to the oity, that he has refitted his old and will-mown istablishmxnt in a most thorough manner, and has made oomplete arrangements to famish OYSTERS in any ityleand in any quantity. 400 to 600 ga Ions shuokea per day. 2 000 to 3,00u oans of Spioed and Fresh put up daily?oans hermetioally sealed. Furnished n the shell by the bushel or barrel. Persons wishing to have Oysters famished reguarly through the winter, at Baltimore prioes, without fear of failure, should oall and make arrangements at onoe. Freight, time, and money laved by purohasmg of me, as I furnish an artiole Mual to the celebrated Baltimore establishments, it prioes Just as low. TO BUTLERS. Canned Meats, Lobsters, Sardines. Clams, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Pigs' Feet, Tripe, fto. ko., 4.0. Also, Pioklee, Catsup, Sajoes, Brandy Psaobes, Ao. Also, Game and Fresh Fish. Turtles, Terrapins, Fresh Lobsters, Cod. Halibut, Ao. In laot, every thing for sale in the North/ rn markets always on hand, at reasonable prioea Hotels and families supplied with Oysters, deivered without oharge to any part of the Distriot.

in season, if the money is sent with the order. My establishment is open from 6 a. m. to IS at light, every day, exoept Sunday, when 1 olose at ;0 o'olook a. m. set? T. M. HARVEY. SOMETHING NEW-SUPBEIOA HULLED 3 COR N.-Thosabsoriber, having got the agenoy o supply Washington and Georgetown with this telioate preparation of Core, would respectfully Mk of his friends, and the pablio at large, to give "" L Pa. aranae, between l?th and 19th ?ts. N. B.?Manu&oturer of Marble Mantlee, Monunsats, Table Tops, Ao. A large assortment a.ways >n hand. oo 19 3m A RMY MEN NEEDING DRY GOODS FOR cl. "the fe'ks at horns," are offered the oull of ^ur vast stook at low prioes, marked to plain All parools carefully paeked (or express or other tonveyaaoo. o ?pbRRY * BRO.. ?.?. r"T*v?:?teX'." SICE AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS IN HOSPITAL. Fubhtkod in conformity teitk tki resolution oj tk* Senate it July 18, 1861. At Stminary Hospital, Georgetown, Nov 22. 2d U. 8. Infantry 3 33d Penn. Volunteers. 1 2d Maine Volunteers.. 1 35th do do 5 3d Vermont Volunteer* 1 36th do do 1 5th do do.... 12 42d do do 1 9th Massachusets Vol.. 1 45th do do 24 20th do do.(a) 2 52d do do 2 13th New York Vol... 2 Ut do Artillery...? 15th do do.... 1 lit do Rifles 1 21st do do.(6) 1 2d do Cavalry.... 1 22d do do ... 1 4th do do 2 33d do do.... 1 5th do do 1 45th do do.... 1 tlth do do 6 54th do do.... 1 1st do Reserve.... 2 79th do do.... 1 3d do do 3 1st Penn. Volunteers.. 3 4th do do 1 4th do do 3 12th do do...(e) 1 5th do do 4 4th Michigan Vol 2 7th do do 5 2d Wisconsin Vol.... 1 8th dc do 1 5th do do.... 1 9th d? do 2 6th do do.... 6 Inh do do 2 7th do do.... 2 19th (In An 1 * 26th do do 1 27th do do II Total 127 (a) Two cfficers. (b) Oneofficer. (e) One officer. At General Hospital, Union Hotel, comtr Bridge and WaiMngton streets, Georgetown, Nov. 82. 14thNewYorkVol.... 3 2dVermontVolunteers 2 17th do . do 17 3d do do.... 4 18th do do 1 5th do do.... 13 19th do do 4 1st Michigan Vol 1 22d do do 4 2d do do......12 24th do do 1 3d do do 2 26th do do 1 4th do do 2 27th do do 1 2d W lsconsl n do 1 33d do do 1 6th do do...... 1 35th do do 1 1st Minnesota do..?... 1 43d do do 7 1st California do 5 45th do do 1 1st Excelsior Brigade. 5 50th do do 3 2d do do ... 1 79th do do...... 2 3d do do....11 4th Penn. Volunteers . 1 1st Maryland Vol 1 6th do do 2 2d Penn. Cavalry 2 7th do do 1 3d do do 1 9th do do 1 OneldaCountyCavalry 1 11th do do 1 1st Penn. Artillery.... 1 12th do do 2 5th U. S. Artillery...4 1 23d do do 1 5th Rhode Island Art. 1 26th do do 1 1st New Jersey do. 1 27th do do 2 1st New York Artillery 4 30th do do 1 2d do do.... 3 45th do do 411th do do.... 1 46th do do 2 1st Indiana Rifles 1 2d Maine Volunteers. 1 Mott's Battery 1 7th do do 1 t)e Kalb Regiment... 1 2d NewHampsbireVol 2 Engineer Corps 1 3d do do.... 2 4th Rhode Island Vol. 2 Total 157 |A< Hospital at Columbian College, Washington, Nov. 22 2d Maine Volunteers.. 4 6th New Jersey Vol... 2 Sth do do 1 7th do do.... 1 7th do do 1 1st Penn. Artillery.... 2 9th do do 1 Harlan's Penn.Cavalry 1 Uth do do 2 Chroman's Rifles 2 2d Vermont Volunteers 2 1st Penn Volunteer*.. 1 3d do do.... 1 3d do do 11 5th do do....lo 4th do do...... 2 loth Massachusetts Vol 5 6th do do 2 14th do do. 1 10th do do 1 19th do do. 1 Pith do do 1 1st Long Island Vol .. 1 13th do do 1 Harris' Cavalry 2 23d do do 2 IstNewYork Cavalry . 1 27th do do 3 22d do Vol 1 31st d<? do...... 3 25th do do...... 2 33d do do 1 35th do do...... 1 Starts Rifles 1 36th do do 1 lat Michigan Cavalry. 5 37th do do...... 7 1st do Vol 2 54th do do...... 4 2d do do...... 1 79th do do 1 3d do do 10 Anderson Zouaves.... 2 4th do do '2 1st F.xc?lsior Brigade. 3 8th do do...(a) 8 2d do do.... 2 Stockton's Mich Vol.. 2 De Kalb N. Y. Vol ... 2 5th Wisconsin Vol... 1 Lincoln Cavalry 1 6th do do.... 3 1st U- 8.Chasseurs.... 1 7th do do.... 3 Berdan'sSharpshooters2 1st Minnesota Vol 1 OneldaN.Y Cavalry. 1 19th Indiana Vol 2 McClellan'sDragoons. 1 8th Illinois Cavalry... 1 1st New Jersey Cavalry 4 1st California Vol 1 2d do Vol.... 1 1st D. C. Volunteers.. 3 3d do do.... 1 5th do do.... 1 Total 153 (?) One officer. At Ventral Mospuat, (Orcle,) Washington, Nov. id. Officers 2 8th U. S. Infantry.... 2 Hospital Steward 1 22d New York Vol... 2 Engineer 1 24th do do 2 4th U. S. Cavalry 2 44th do do 1 Sth do do 3 21 Penn. Car Vol... 1 6th do do 6 5'2d Penn. Volunteer*. 1 lit do Artillery .... 2 4th N. Hampshire Vol 1 2d do do 2 1st D. C. Volunteers.. 1 3d do do 2 1st Michigan Vol 2 4th do do 1 Ttn Maine Volunteers. 1 5th do do 3 11th do do 1 2d U. S. Infantry 3 ? 3d do do 3 Total 47 10th do do 1 At Fifth District School House Hospital, Branch of General Hospital on ? street, Nov 23. 3d Michigan Vol..... 1 2d Vermont Volunteers 1 8th do do 1 5th Rhode Island Vol. 1 50th Pennsylvania Vol. 1 2d U. 8. Cavalry 1 23d do do.. 1 1st Kentucky Cavalry. 1 12 th do do.. 1 4 th Penn'a do.... 1 29th New York Vol... 1 Ohio Cavalry (unat).. 1 10th Massachusetts Vol 1 ? 1st Excelsior Brigade. 1 Total 14 Sick remaining in the Hospital for Eruptive Diseases, at Kalorama. Nov. 22. 3d U S. Infantry 1 53d Pennsylvania Vol. 3 4th do Cavalry 1 45th do do.. 5 5th do do 1 54th PennsylvanlaVol. 1 6th do do 2 -lit do do.. I za hiim voiunteen.. 2 lit do Artillery 1 7th do do 7 Harlan's Cavalry 0 2d Vermont do 1 Stockton's do 1 1st N. Y. Artillery.... 5 1st Michigan Cavalry . 6 44th New York Vol... 4 3d do Vol 1 3d Excelsior Brigade. 1 7th Wisconsin Vol.... 2 Harris Light Cavalry. 8 19th Indiana Vol 4 2d Berdan's Sharps'rs 1 1st do Cavalry.. 1 1st Pennsylvania Vol. 1 Quartermaster's Dep't 1 8th do do.. 1 ? 36th do do(a)2 Total.... 70 (a) Two officers. At St. Elisabeth Hospital, Eastern Branch, November m. 1st Excelsior Brigade. 4 8th New York Vol... 4 2d do do 2 29th do do.... 1 4th do do 9 5th Vermont do....10 54th N.Y. Volunteers. 1 Cameron Rlflea 3 8th Penn. do 2 Brickel's Art. Battal. 3 53d do do 24 ? 35th do do 1 Total 84 At Indiana Hospital (Patent Office), Washington, D. C.t Nov. 22. 19th Indiana Volun...54 Berdan'sSharpahoot's 3 10th do do.... 5 Teamster 1 3d do Cavalry.. 5 ? 21st New York Volun 1 Total ..71 36th Penn. Volunteers 2 At General Hospital, Alexandria, Nov 22 ? 1st New York Cavalry 1 1st Rhode Island Art.. 1 15th New York Vol... 2 2d Michigan Vol 14 10th do do....22 3d Michigan Vol 4 17th do do.... 8 5th do do.... 5 16th do do.... 3 3d Maine Volunteers. 7 25th do do.... 7 1th do do...... 5 20th do do.... 5 5th do do 8 27th do do....10 1st New Jersey Vol... 1 31st do do.... 0 5th do do.... 1 32d do do.... 12 1st N. Jersey Cavalry. 1 37th do do.... 1 Cameron Rifles 2 38th do do.... 5 2d Fire Zouaves 1 40th do do.... 7 2dVermnntVolnntMn l 79th do do.... 1 lat Mlnneaota Vol..... 1 lat Maaaachuartta Art. 9 Harlan Cavalry 7 Uth Pern. Cavalry...14 Tea mater 1 3*d Pens. Volunteera.14 Civilian 1 do do...**. 2 ? 88th do do 4 Total 189 99th do do 9 O* Waahlngton papera pleaae oopy and Mod blilato tha War Department nov 97?3t LLOAKfL ST R-Cp,VEDt Larje atook of all tied* ul Bhawla, prwa Bilka, vary obMp, ftltk Kobea, eloamc oat at a treat bargain, All kiada of Drara Good*. vary eh*aa. .im ' kin, 6s., f ro#r???u,^ with fnghifal rapidity, till daatb pata a panad la hia araadfa' tvf arinpa by dirg hint it>?i uaiaaavarad caantrr fr*m trba/? babr-t n? ir*??l?r raisrna. DR. JOHNSON'S REMEDY FOR ORGANIC WEAKNESS AND 1MPOTENCY My tin (Ml ud inMrtut ramady waakr.aaaaf tka fiuii Ul if lid?.; c?f?4 ml fill 'l|ii itauril Thiuiiitl ?7 ibt mi c?tt*u and ?tbil't*tad, *ka bad tMt til kt^i, titi beta imroadiataly ralia?ad. All us(i*dUB?DU ta Marrwga, Ph?a?aal m Manial Dia.jaa.1 KuImiii, kMi rt PracraalK Pavar. Iliivu Irnubility. Tranbliug <ad Waeksaaa t lutuun af tba a?l litifi; klad cirtd. ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS. Tas M?5t TROUfAlttx c*rad at tbu loatuatiar vithii, M laal aaaactaau yaara, \ni tea oa:oaraaa imp*, aiu Sargiaal aparsf.ana parfaruad by Dr. Jabnatac, wiu.aaaad ty tka rapanara af tha papa ra ana raaay athar caraar.a, ca'jcaa *1 vbich hat* appaarad agaia and again fca/ara tba pablie, baa:da> hia ataodirg aa a gaotlamaa af cbaractar aed raapacalblllty, U a ??>aiant gbaramaa ta tba ajietad. mar Ib-ly NOTICE. jgaii?ii ? ADAMS' EXPRESS COMPANY" This Com pan y offers to Uia publio" Unequalled Advantages for the Safe and Quick Dispatoh of Heavy Freights. Paokagas, Vbiua' lei, Money, Ae Ao., to ail parts of the United States. Kxpresees to and from the North and West depart from and arrive in Washington twice daily, Ali Expresses are in charge of txptrxenctJ and rtltabU Messengers. Ail Packages for The Soldiers carried at "orb half" our usual rates. All Goods for the so-called "Confederate States" ami ail Articles "Contraband of War" viil be Rxtcskd. Our Expresses leave New York at 1,?, and P. M.. arriving in Washington at 6 A. M and *J0 P. M. Expresses leave Philadelphia at 1.90 A. M. and 11 P. M., arriving in Washington at 190 P. M. and f A. M. Expresses leave Baltimore at 4 80 A. M. and a P. M., arriving in Washington at 6 A. M- and 6 90 P. M. Expresses for all points North and West leave Washington at 73' A. M. and 2,30 P. M. daily. Special Contracts fur arge quantities of Freight oan be made on application to this office. Ali *?ooUs nailed for and delivered fru of Extra oharges. E. W. PARSONS, Snp't Ad&rne' Express Company. Washington, August 29. 1861. an 89-tf Y~?r ? WOOD AND COAL. OU Will surely get your money's worth by oalling at the PIONEER M ILLS, toutkwttt ser ar of Strtnu Umi and Oonai, (GEO. PAGE, Agent.) They sell oneap?r and give better meaaare than any others in the eity?cot. split, and deiivmrmsi Iraa ?** _ ? -J * i - - ?.? vivm udv vi vitai|c, II TUI uuu I [ Siien W 1 Tf the Pioneer Mills a tria., ftr d be satisfied. t-lT.r BOOTS AMD SHOtS VO 8?i? IU TIMES. We are now manafaoiurini *1 kinds of BOOTV and SHOES, ftnd et?' ?t*ntry reoeirrac ftaM^te sspply oi eastern made work of every <J? BBBI scrrption, luftde etpreesly to order, ftnd willf 5SJ beeoIdatamiojiowerpnoeU?anl;as!:een* W? heretofore charged la Uua ally for maok lnferiat articles. Persona in vut o! Boots and Shoes oi eastern er Sit? mftde work, will aiways fine ft rood aeeorixnes la sure and ftt us 1 wrest pooes. o re is ?all. GRIFFIN * *sS-? *14 Panratlrsm* I'Mlt. A RMY SUPPLIES. A JUST RECEITED? 480 cans SALVAGE MEAT. MOoft&s FK1>H TOMATOK8, 480 cans FRKs?H VEAL, J80 oftiiS BEEF jS la moat, 840 o&ns ROAST BEEP, KUoans FRESH MUTTON. 140 cans BEEF ftnd GRAVY, >40oftns SOUP ftnd BOU1LLI, JO canes FRENCH BESSlCATED VE?E TABLES. Fsr sale ftt New York Factory prioes, KING A BURCHELL, se I Corner I and Fifteenth streets. History of the United Netherlands, by Jobs Lotnrop Motley , 3 vols.; free b? mail, ?4. The Rise of the butch Republic, a history, by John Luthrop Motley; Iro_s oiotn; free by mail, S'ilas Marner, the Wearer r>f Raraiol, by the author of a*Adaiq Bade cloth ?i?oenu ; paper to cents. Life and Car ear of Major Andre, by Wiatrop Sergeant; ilJO. After loebergs with a Painter, a Summer Voyage to Labrador and Newfoundland; by Rev Lous L. Nob a: ?1.50. The Manufacture of Photogenic or Hydro-Carbon Oils, by Thomas Antisell, M. D.; ?1.*. Any of the above free by mail. FRENCH A RICH STEIN, as 8? 8Tfe Penna. a reuse. W BOYS' CLOTHING. E Hare reoeired wituin the last day ot two a large assortment of BOW SPRING CLOTHING.embraoing all styleeof low-pnoed, medium, ?. e qualities, whioh we are selling a t rery low anoes for cash. WALL. STEPHKN8 A CO., 388 Pa. sr., between Wh and 10th sts. g (Intelhc^Door and Reesblieaa.) yy E OFFER TO M { 1.1 TAR Y MEN a lag* ovKR^aunrs, wHI rEdPBHIETSKAW^ ERS. cJKiP BLANKETS, HALF HOSE, Ae? whioh we inrite all cash purchasers to examine before their selections. WALL, STEPHRNB ft CO., Pa. ar., between 9th and 10th sta. B (Intelligence* an>l K^psb ioan.) KJUCKWHKAT FLfll'R, CERO BUC?^H*A'1 JZNSEBSSM*. HAMBURG CHBB|? j-te.-** w w 1* ^-o^mor v?Miwwt ?.*. *pd ittt * Vy ALLOWER'b PRODUCE STORK. ^goUli, B??r(li^/uoDiM^K.MtMnu^S;4tJ*r|t. Bdh johnston, ILTinaftl LUCK HOSPITAL, Ww ditt09ir*d tkt most CtMm, SjMtdf mmd Mif Effsttwoi Kewxtdf w t*? World, FOE ALL DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. LET NO FALSE DELICACY PREVENT. APPLY IMMEDIATELY. A CURE WARRANTED. OR NO CHARGE, IN FROM ONE TO TWO DAYS. Wtako*** of a* Back, Stnctar**, AfaeUan* of th* Kid 7* aod Bladdar ^raiiaun Diacoarf aa, Impotoncv, Gar ral DtbilitT, N?r.?oo?D?M, D??Mp?r, Lar.raor, Confaaiae of Idaaa, Lav Spir.i, Psipitaa? of tl>* H*ar.. Timidity, Trtmbltnf*, Dime*** of Sifat or Qiddictaa. Dfttaaa of lb* tad, Thro?(, Not* or Skin, Affacuon* of th* Linn, tornaeh or Bowali?lb*a* TtrribU Diaordtr* ariainf from SoilUtj Isbiu of Yoath?tb*** Dr*adfal and Dtrjicti'i Prac tK#? which randar Marnaf ampoooibl*, and d**tro; both Bod* and Mind. YO UXQ MEN Eapoei&lly who ha?* baeoaa* tha ncumi of Solitary Vie*, that draadfal and daairacu"* habit which aunaally awaap* to an antimaly frav* thoaatnda of Yourf Mau of tha Boot xaktd taltnta and brilliant intolloct, wbo mijht otharwiaa b*?t antranead U*t*nan|r Baoataa with tha thaodara of *la> gaaoe* or wakad to *c*iacy tha liTiof lyr*, mar call with nail cooldanc*. MARRIAVE. MtllllO PuiOH(,or Toanf Mac eooUfaplaUnf Marran, baicf awara of phyucal waakn***, orfaaia dabtiaty, daformitaaa, *c., ipaadilT carad. Ha whopiacaa himaatf aodar tha ear* of Dt. J. may ralirioaaly coofid* id hi* bocor a* a fanUaman and toclJaauj raly open bia (kill aa a phyaician. OFFICE No. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK ST. laft hand aid* foin( from Baltimor* atraat, a few door* fro* tha eoroar. Fail not to cbaarva nana and itatar bivtara maat ba Da id and contain a atarain. DR JOHNSTON, M*mb*r tf th* Royal ColUg* of Sargeon*, London, (ndiat* from on* of th* mo*t aimn*nt Co!l*f*e 10 ih* Unmd utta, and th* gitatar part of whoa* lifi ha* b**n *p?m is th* noapital* of Loudon, Pane, Philadelphia and alaewbere, baa aflactad loma of th* rooai aetoniabmg carta that vara var known; many troablad with ringing in lb* haad and ara whan a*!e*p; great ntrTooan***, being alarmed at *add?n aoanda, baahfulnaaa with fr*qa*nt blaahinf, aitandad *om*'.im** with derangement of mind, war* car*d mnadial* 17. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE Y*aag M*n ana oth*r* who ha** in)ar*d tbemeeiTee by a artara practic* indulgad >0 wb*D alone?a habit freqoently l*arn*d from (Til companion*, or at ccbooi, th? *o*cu af wbicn ar* nightly felt ?*n wh*n atlaap, and if not car*d, r*nd*r* murria** impo*tibi?, and d*ftroy* both mind and bad*, ahoold apply immediately. Tbeee ar* acme of tb* aad and malanaboiy *ff*cta predacad by carl* babiu of youth, *is: Wtakn*** of tb* B?ck and Limb*, Pain* in th* Head, Dtmn*** of Bight, Loa* of Ma*ca,ar Powar, Palpitation of tna H*art, Dyepepey, Ner*ou* irritability, Derangement of th* Function*, G*n*ral Deni.ity, Symptom* of Con*amption, Ac. >it'TiLLT -Th* ftarfol effects on th* mind ar* cr.ach t* k* dr*ad*d?Loaa of Memory, Confoaioo of ldtaa, Decre**iou f Sptnt*, EtiI Kor*bodirif?, A?ara?on of Society. EelfDi*tru*t. Lot* of Solitud*, Tin.idiiy, *to., ar* Mm* of th* **tU produced. Nbrtou* Debility.?Thaaaand* eon now Jodf* what 1* th* caaa* of tbtir diclimng h*aith, loaing th*ir Tifor, t*comin j w*ak, pal*, oarToo* and *maciatea, bsTinj a eingalai appaaranca about th* ay**, cosgh or lymptaai* of cotnampDISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. When 0)4 Riiif-nided *i>d unpradent Totary of pliaear* And* h* ha* imbibed tr.* aecdt of this p?iufal diaeaaa, it too oft*n bappeue that an ilt-urn*d **n*? o. *hs-n* or dr*ad of diac***ry dtter* him from applying to thoa* w*3, frera aducatioo and ra*p*ctabi!ity, can aloii* btfrtei.d him. K* fell* into tb* hand* of ifocmnt and designing pr*t*nd*r*, who, iocapabl* al carint, 1!ch hi* pecuniary *nb*tauc*, k**p bim trifling month aftar ir.unth, or 1* long aa Ui* *mall**t fa* cut be obmn*d, ana in d**pa:r ;**t* him w:th rained btalth to *'./rh *T*r ni* rsilmg ui*appoihtm*nt; or by lb* a** of that d*ae!y pcieoi,?Mercury?haaten tba eoi:etito!ion*l lymptom* of tb.* tarribla diiani arr.h ia Afar.tiAni of tha Haart. Thrna*. Haad HELM ISOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION. " HIOHLY COyCKNTR A TXD '* Compound Fluid Extract Buohm, A fwtttn Mi Sptcxju Rimtdf For Dimum of tl BLADDER, KIBNEV8. GRAVEL, aa4 DROPSICAL SWELLINGS. This Mcdioin* mertUM the fovtr of Digestion, kid eic .tM the iMokiuin into bsnlLhy mUoi. by which the watkkt ok c*Lcttors deposiuoss, and a: v > *attxal in l ?egim>.mi are redsoeri, M well M PAIN AMD l*rLA.**ATlO*, Ud IS fOM f?r MEN. WOMEN. OR CHILDREN. 11ELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHV For WnkMtNt Anting irom Kib'HM. HabiU of DissifAtioa* K*rty I discretion or * ? . Attended irltk Ik* Followt*f Symptoms : India position to Exertion. Low of P??? I -HI of Memory. Difioulty of TlisalhlBS Weak Nerves. Trembling! Horror of Disease. Wakefu uees. Dimness of Vision. Pub is the Httk, Univerta' Lassitude of the Muscular System. Hot Bands, Flushing of the fi^y. Dry nets of the Skin, Eruptions on the Fioe, FA1LID COVKTBBARCB. These symptt mi. It a owed to go ?n, which tki? mediome invariably removes, soon fo lows IMPOTENCY, FATUITY- EPILEPTIC PIT?, In oat of which the Patient map Erpiro. Who om ta? that tbey are not fluently followed by thoee "dibbfcl disusis," "INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION." Many are aware of the nanse of their safferiag, BUT HONS WILL CORFteS. THE RECORDS or THE INSANE ASYLUMS And iht Melancholy I)'*tkr by Ccmtumrtion. BEAR AMFLB WITNESS T" THE TETTB OF TBI ASSBBTIOR. THE CONSTITUTION ONCE AFFECTED WITH ORGANIC WEAKNESS. Re, uires the aid of medicine to strengthen and II vigorate the System which HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU invariably doti A TftlAL WILL COHFIBCB TBK MOST SKEPTICAL. FEMALES-FEMALES-FEMALES, OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE. MARRIED, OR CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE, In Many A fiction* Peculiar to Ft malts the Extract Boobs is uneeua.kd by any ether remedy, a* in Chlorosis cr Ketsnu u, Irr gs amy, Painfalneea, or Suppression o< Cattomary Evaouations. Ulccrateo or Sc'urrous state of the Uterus. Leuoorrhea or Whites, Sterility. ai<d for all complaints incident to the ecx, whether arising from indiscretion. Habits of Dissipatioa, or ta the DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE! SBB STMPToMS ABOVE. NO FAMILY bHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. Talu no mere Balsam, Mtrcvrf, or Unpleasant Midtcxnt for Unploasant and Dangt'ons Vise a* si. HELM BOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU CCBBS SECRET DISEASES In all their Stages; At little Expense, Lit-Je or bo ouange iu Diet; No iBOo&vemenoe; And no A9?i?ri. It causes a frees nt desite and givee strength to Uriofcte, tn?r?by r?iu viui ^ iivi uvuuuas Preventing and Curing Striotaree of the Urethra, Allaying rain and inflammation, eo frequent in the class of disea*ee, and expelling all Fouonous, Dutased, and worn out Mailer. THOVS*RI)S CFOH THOUSANDS WHO HAVE RF.KN THE VirTIMK OV LACKS, and who have paid ktaiyjtti to be cored in a abort nine, have found to?y wore deoeiveo, and that the foiaoV hae, by the use of >?u.r/?. aj rrt boon dried up in the ijilem, to breea out ui an aggravated form, and PERHAPS AFTER MARA I ASM. Uee HKLMBULD'8 EXTRACT BUCHU all atfeobona and d ieaaee of the IKHARY OA6A5II, whether existing in MALE OR rEnALB, from whatever oauae ori(mating and no matter of HOW LO.IG ITANDINO Diaeaaei of theee Organ* require the aid of a DiBBBTtC. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHV 18 THE GREAT DIURETIC, and it is certain to here the deeired effect la Diaeaaea/er which U u r*commtnd?4. btibbbcb or tbb aoar aaaroRtiBLB An aaUABLB CBABACTBB willlaooompany the naedioiaee. CERTIFICATES OF CURES. From 8 to SO year a' r tvaC .64 . with Names known to SCIENCE AND PAklK "PHYSICIANS" PLEASK "NOTICE." WM 1AU "BO BBCKBT" OF "IB?UDIB*YS.' HLLMBULD8 EXTRACT BUCHU ii composed of Bnchn, Cn t>ebe and J nniper Berrvee, eeieotod with treat oare by a oon^Ment drat t let. PREPARED IN VACUO. BY H. T. HELM IOLO, Practioal and Analytioal Chemist, and Sole Manufacturer of HKLMBOLD'S OKNUtNE PREPARATIONS. AFFIDAVIT. Personally a*reeled oe/ore me, aa Aidermaa of the city or Philadelphia, M. T. Hklmbolu, who being daly worn, doth eay. hie preparation* oo>tain do naraotie, ao meroery.or otner lnjertaae """" b"~ HELKBQLD. N?7rbS4uS.b-n6rt Alderman, Ninth at.. abore mm, Phi la. PHYSICIANS IN ATTENDANCE FROM 9 A. M. TO S P. M. Price 91 par hettie, ar eli ler K. Deli Tared to aay addreee, eeeareiy peefced from observation. Addreee letteia for tafaraatoM ia inatilw H. T. HELM BOLD. Ck*m%st, Depot, lot Boath Tath eC, below Cheetnat, Phtla. BE WAJlK or OOUlfTSEPBlTS AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS HtimMd** Otmmimi Ptapmmmmi, " linen Emtab i< m m fl? tmpm ilia " ? ifinii JUM VM*. BoM by A. B. Wun, Z. 0. Bujuji, John Wbjt, c. Foft* B. B. Kjrrwiiru, B C. Majob., Mjwwmll A Unnci, 1. ft. lujot nttMUdm, 4*4 XLL DMUWJtTS MT9MJWMWMM ASK FOE SXLMBOLD'B Tin ao oTHm AND AVOID IVFOBITIOFI Mi BUOff D?m** Sywtftmwu m? mil Cmam ? *** ^|M f iv

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