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Nearly l thmisead oople of
Worm sre c4rcltd among the floating pfreytria
Uoo awry day ,bsrtds tbelargs ihiMW
to rtgolar inktarlbtrt. Advtrtam trial lake
! . .
Salt Pntkt ..,
Th advantana of intta' Hnttl' nodi art
Try forcibly Mt forth r th following txtraeM
from Utttmonlali of ofloera of th. army. aad
natyi '. J -
nan.Kllltuni "Tha KM anliralt Malar.
proof, and hav stood th damp atteoepher of I
the mountain admirably, ant arc UTs tadl
oonaiuon now as ido any vieir wera rawaivau.
Col. Carotin, sTi-ft " "! l;1 IB
lain uepBrimeDlt.vvBsisr viibirmj maa .sia
other that fkno of, and I attribute much of
the good health of owvolutr to the (set of
aavingyqurgnitaveirvjDaKuseua.' ' '
Col. Kelly Bays: ''They nave, I think, beeo
more vaiusuio w any naeu id iirvTauuiig umii
thin hnnarad ttirMa thair omL" -....-.
Col. Johnson saya : " In th noil drenching
rains, every part of the , peraoa covered by It
u narfeollr Droteotad. and la northersJl waa
found Impenetrable to the most furious blasts.".
uoi. uaromers, in a suvaeauent wurf aayai
"Theyar emphatically' water-proof, aad th
only artlole of the kind I ban ever mm."
Gen. RosecrstnVSayt: "They owns fully p
to my eipeoUUon, and go far beyond It. They
urn annarior to in 1 halre Man.!. '. ..
Ettraotof a report of Lieut. Sou, under
order of the Secretary of the Navy. ;', 'I '.-
" Biz pea-jackets, mad of (Utta peroha fab-,
1IU, hsio umvu iu wo Mini iubmh. m two v.. ibh uuaTIBTBWI
clothing for th nary, under a prewar olHlojg,,!,,.,
tone. They were then placed over a teae ,iv"
boiler In the yard, and remained sixteen dare
aubject to an average Uetperatur of II Ode
greet, at times as high as 111 degrees. 00 x
amtnatlon. th garments were fonnd In th same
slate as when packed. There was no adhesion
of the folds, nor any decomposition of th (utta
peroha..i One.Jaoket was dipped Id water,
rolled up and eewed In th oovere, (but not
pressed,) and subjected to th tame heat for
three day t. On examination, thlt was alto found
Tbete gondsmsy be seen by calling on the
company's agent, Mr. D. W. Umbsrhlns, 119
Seventh street, Washington, D. 0. .
Till Ralawt Cla-irek.
Uundredi of persons yeiterday, visited the
ruins or the Baptist Church1 On Thirteenth
street. In the afternoon,' the nlloera and con
gregation held a meeting In the Preebyterlan
Churcb on New York avenue, and, after reli
gious exerciaee by th Rv. Dr. Samson, a oom
tnlttee was appointed to have the rubbish re
moved, estimates made, and to recommend to
it eubssauent meeting whether to roof the
basement etory for temporary publlo servloes
or tn ereota new ohurch edifice. The commit
tee Is alto requeeted to eolioit subscription
from the olllxens.
Rev. P. D. Uurley, 1). D., pastor of the Pros
brterlun Ohurob above referred to. has gen-
ernuily tendered tothe Baptist congregation the
use of his fins ohurch fur publlo worship every
Bunday afternoon, and the lecture 'room on
Wednesday evening, which has been gratefully
We further learn that at a meeting of the B
Baptist Church, held last evening, their church
edifice was also placed at the dlapostlon of their
oretnren or xnirteenin mreei unurcn, ana res
olutlons of sympathy appropriate to the ooca
slon were adopted.
t Tbe Late tiale.
Among the edifices of th oily that ware
injured by the gal of Monday was that uoou-
Eied by the Prince ri Jolnvtlle, the Duo de
bartres, Ibe Count de Paris, and other, milita
ry ofiioere. The rouse Is on I, between Seven
teenth and Eighteenth streets, and is some
stories In height. The high wind overthrew
on of the chimneys, which oaine down through
a section or the bouse, endangering the lire
particularly of the Duo de Chartres, who had
Just left his room for a moment when the mass
of brloks carried his table.Ac.lnto the looms
below. The bouse Is owned by Mr. George H.
Bmart, who, etraeg to say, Is also th ocou
pant of the house that was damaged by th
falling of eteeple of the Thirteenth Street
Caxt-uuimt Hall. Immense crowds nightly
attend at this hlahlv DOonlar Dlace of amuse
ment, and it cannot be otherwise, so long as
ins taientea ironpe now engagea mere oner
their attractive novelties to the nubile. We
have repeatedly urged osr readers to pay a
visit to the Canterbury, and now Is the time,
when it Is in the full tide of success.
Yesterday afternoon, the house was crowdsd
wun males ana cnuaren. u
Klectlon la Oearaetawn
The gentlemen whose names are givan below
were, on Monday last, elected. without opposi
tion as members of the Board of Aldermen od
ifOmmoD uoudoh w ueorgeiuwo:
Board of AUlcrmen. George W. Beall, Walter
B. Cox, Henry M.Sweeney, Peter Berry, Joseph
Common Council. 8. B. Howell, J. T. Bangs,
T. A. Newman, Wo, It. Collins, Wm. H. Tenney,
Charles S. English. John Harbury, Jr., John T.
Kelley, James Ooddard, L. U, Clements. James
J. Barrett. , " ' , .
The Maryland Oanrarenca. -,
At a regular meeting of th Methodist Pro
testant Church, Congress street, Georgetown,
to elect a delegate to tha Maryland Annual Cont
ferenoe. which meets In Charlestown. Kent
county, Maryland, the second Wednesday In
Harob, Charles D. Weloh, Esq., was ltotad,
and Joseph Libbey, Esq., alternate. At th
Ninth street Washlagtonautloo,LwlsB.Blak
E. Waters, Eiq., alternate., -j:;. -
The Sacend Olstrlet Haglaaemt
Is nowxoomplste. On Tuesday nlght.'Justloe
.. .. uJIII&bsJ !.& ..all. In Itf vAaa..l.a
juddbuu auininiiiiiou lun uui w ig iouiuim.
making the full oomplement of oompantes I and
K, (Capta, Kraussand Dnnoan,) and thus oom
nlatlnz tha rezlmeot. The'rexlment. which is
oommanded by Col. I. T. Peck, formerly of
Newark, New jersey, is now reaay ror service
i i i ,
lloeplta.1 Daaaatged by th Oala.
The new hosoltal In Droxress of erection, a
short distance beyond Columbian College, waa
severely aamagea oy ine gate or aionaay.
Having aotind la several papers the high com
mandatlont brttowedupoa Frof. AltzandtrWelow
ikl,and the extraordinary lueeeu be has met with
Inoa bit arrival boa New York, we take pleaasrt la
copj log tha fallowing latter, written by one of his
WlUASDt' Hoist, WAimasiox
Prof. A'acmder WolonM, A. 03 MM n:
'Uiia8n: remit ma to thaak you for the ex
treme care and attention you paid to the cultivation
ol my voice, enabling mt, In to short that, to ting
aeveral Italian, French, aad English Idtoee. I had
been under tba lmpreeelou ao long that I had no
voice for tinging, that when I wae advued by my
friends iwko knew feowmuoh I deelred to alag In
f mblle) to ootuult with you on yoar new method of
eaohing, I did ao, and commenced a court of year
leeiona.but more with the Idea that It would be
emuaement to myaelf than my audience, before
whom 1 wet resolved neier to venture it a veealiet
tlUtomeof the but muttoal Judges proaounecd me
compett nt. The welt of your tyttem of Uaohlag,
and toy own pere.veratce, haa rally eatlalled the
moat taagulaa expecuiloai of my. Irleade, and 1
bavt a pUa-ure and aa advantage that I bad long
(lace ctaeed to hope for.
Uelleva ine, dear ilr, yonri, with beat wlihes,
Come, Buntoiu, (Jalosltles,
Cbilblaiot, FroeUd Fet, Bad Nalla, Enlarged Jytata,
aud all dleeaxe of tbo Feet oared without pain, by
DB WIUTB, Snao ton CaiaoronuT,
tM Feaaiylranla Avenue, between 4,' and eth ete.,
Offlce heart fioa 0 a. m. to e p. ra.
S j- Calli made at private rutdeuoa, whendetlied.
VVhltehnret, Ho. S3 Penn Avaaai.
la selling original cartel de cist'le photographs
r nanarali HAntt. MnfnallAn. Wool. B&nka. Fra.
mont, Butler, and others. Our likeness of
McOlellan Is the latbat published, and Is com
sidered tbe best In exlttenoe. Bee our photo,
grans in oil and water oolors. Also portraits of
distinguished men. Attention of military men
is oalled to our full length leltertypes, for send
(ng by mall. P W
rn TwwrrtJtwSaii at nrl. "c'
b -f I Febbua: lld.'lRo2.'''
I '. . 7 .t-i'i I ;.il
-i Oh SUards hioThrn. about j-erW' Widen,'!
wv7 HuuufiT ui paaeviiBe "uv.bbwisbtv.
ttM-Mxth regiment Michigan jrlualett, left
n!,Uosor, on th. tteatntr AdtlaldMor Fot
ra JioflToec.-Ai preoitcif twelver o'clock m ,
U that' oould Ve attoumodald In iAoabW
wet called together by mutlofroBvlbsBUlh
nsrissest ki.'. y
' J. Ki-HafWt, Beq,, of.WatWogtooOHy,
stating that the meeting wa'e'alUJ,Tn pur
nance ofansaesseatViBade by a few penoa
oa. heard, which ,wouia;douMls.:ba, ta
sano06ed byall.'lf lb-r eonld hvbej bod
all, to otlebrateithl seosaorabU day at this'
aaaahouj; and In the same, manner,, thtt It was
bets- dona In Waahlna-ton' and elsewhere.
mutM that Major Ear Bead. U. D.;argoa of
tte)Twniy.rat reglmsnt la-Hair Tolunteefs,
aiohosenchaWmaa of tM tnsafcng. wMoh was
tiinwiianouBiy agiweu mi. vr. N un waing
tM chair, tendered his most tlnoere thanks to
ataastthtr-Mr-lb cMtptlMMt pU hint, K
luded-laTrypartoo lenns'to tlw oooaslda
w wera .to.ooattstorte, urged t he peculiar
Oapf. thaahas EdgaraCi lb -Adelaide,' atad
utai. w. a. wfrt-ei,-an--a-ift,'-wr 'cbosm
Vlo Prtsldeote, .and Lieut. W. ,8 Hlnkle;
QuartermaaUr.Twtoty Brat Indian Tolunleen,
Th meeting was then formally obened with
prayer by Bar. Mr. Brakemao, chaplain of th
Twenty Drat Indiana. i
un mouon or J. k. deroert, esq., a com
mitte of Din were appointed to 'draft reeola
lions exnresslre of th sens of the meetlnir.
The chsir SDDolnted J. K. Herbert. Eea.i Oast.
David Bacon, OapL Bylveeter Cogswell, AssL
Burgeon o. o. rancn, uapt. usauncsy oasseit,
Liwui. rrsss. Littui. A. J, awipn, vulii, w.
Fowler, of Ibe Sixth Michigan : and Robert
Mooney, of Baltimore, as that oommltlee.
Whilst the committee were Drenarlng their
report, the meeting was entertained by musld
from the band and a fine glee club belonging
to the Sixth. Michigan. Th oommltlee, In a
few minute returned and reported, through
Mr. Herbert, (he following :
lissofoed. That wa hall with lor tha natal dar
of one of th purest patriots that ever lived.
wooes onuiani career gave ireeaom lo our
land, whose able loonnaela established It per
msnanoy, and who waa alike eminent In peace
and in war, In publlo and in private life.
' Rtsoned. That It la duato tha nmnrr nf tha
Illustrious dead to hold sacred th great legacies
transmitted to us: and to remember with a rati.
tude the bleealngswhlchhave ennobled mUllont
or ine numsn lamuy ana given nope n u sor
rowing heart hop to human liberty, and glory
to our ReDubllc. j
Revolted. That in tha nreaant' great eoataat
to preserve our Constitution, our countyr, and
our liberties, as transmitted to us by our fath
ers, It Is our duty to peril our lives and our
Setotetd, That we oherlsh the memorable
principles and tbe paternal advice of the Father
oi dm uouoiry id dis rarvweii ADareas, ana
that tha same be read before this meeting, as
our guiding star In this dark and perilous hour
In our country's history.
lutwiea, inai in me aosenoa oi any oeuer
means of salute. Col. Clark, of tbe Bixth Mlohl-
6 an, be rsquested to provide tor Bring a ne
ons! salute by platoons of musketry at the
close oi inw nming.
Retolted, That copies of1 tbe proceedings of
this meetings furnlsnsd to the preu.
The reeolutlone wen adopted nemine connM-
dlctntt, and the' chalrmaat appointed Lleni.
una, o. tomeu to read th address.
After Jem rhsaVng oi the address, and some
moro song by Ian club, the throne of grace
was again most fervently and eloquently ad
dressed by Bar. Mr. Andrews, chaplain of the
Sixth Michigan. .
Then, on motion of Mr. Herbert, th meeting
enjournea uy singing in otar-apengiea nan.
ner, as a doxolbgy, on the 4ay of its origin, th
whole company Joining In' the chorus.
Wasuwuton OrtT Duuectort. We have re
celred, from the compiler, the Washington and
Georgetown Directory for tbe year 1862, a
mot) valuabls nook, pot only for th counting;
room of th' merpbenf and,bue!nee man, but
one which will prove of great Interest to all
citlasus and strangers. Beside a business
directory it contain a cdbgrwatonat and de
partmetftat. dlreclory, with an, appendix oon
talnlng soma of th moit Interesting and valu
able Information, in rdeHlon to the city, its
churches,,. schools, societies, Ac. Price, M.
For sate by tbe publisher and-compltrr, Thomas
Hutcheaon, 49S Seventh street weet.
A Rich Paizx. Amons th nriaea caotured
by the Federal soldiers at Fortbonslson was
rifle said lo be worth $1,000. Its breoh is
Inlaid with the finest gold. It belonged to a
noiei-geeper in Memphis, and was won of mm
at a horse roe.
Tst laMMsm Herb Deeler,
From Canada, wtU dtterlb dlaaeets and teU alt
patleata lbs nature of their somplalats or
Ulaeat, wtthost reeetvlag, any la-
formaUotf-from them. '
n Otarte for CtumttaJtori er ltda.
We use aaeh Balsu aa have ao strife
With Nature or tha Laws of Life:
With Blood oar hands we never ttala
Mt pobe men to east their pala.
Oar Father whom all goodnett Dili,
Frovktta the mease to emre all lilt;
The Simple Hirba beneath onr rest,
Well aaed, relieve oar pala complete.
A simple Herb, a elmple Flower,
Call'd from the dtwy Lea
Theee, theee thall speak with touching power
UI wnapxa hh n iin in ion.
Ho m Ma It, Watalig'o Balldltg, Feauyiva
BlaavTnue,oraerol Seventh street.
No shargs for Coasaltattoa. faall (m
Indta Rubber Goods,
biuuu diwhii ivr Bwunii, aia aasa.
Rubber Tonohos and Blaakets combined, M.io
each. ., ... .
inoua jeaoot r uoau, wniia ana dumbx, es.eo eaon.
India Rnbber Lesaine.Sl ner nalr.
Aad all suds Bibber Ooode-lneladlag Rabbcr
Boote aad 8hoee, Rabber Btoppira for Botuee, Door
Mats, Underahcetiag for Btdt melokaeee, s., he., at
maaaiaoiarert' pneee, ai - n jL.nm.uu-o
India Eabber Warehonte,
BOS Fenneylvaaia artnae,
deo 19 tl Bet Nlath and Tenth its.
On the 13th of February, bv tha Rev. Mr,
Kennard, Sergeant Major William YouKoFlrtt
iiegiment v. u. volunteers, or ueorgetnwn. u.
C, to Hits Mabtha A. Bitcuis, of Washing
ton, D. 0.
On tbe 2S!b Instant, William Gordon, form
erly of Frederloksburg, Va., and for many
veare a clerk lathe Pension Offlce.
Ills friends and the uoaualntanooa of the
family are Invited to attend tbe funeral on
Friday alternoon, the 28th Instant, at 4 o'clock,
from his lata residence, No, 168 Twenty seoond
street, corner nf Pennsylvania avenue.
Suddenly, after an Illness of less than two
days, or congestion of the brain, Josxru Win.
rism TooxrsoN, in the eighth year of his sge,
son of William and Amanda Thompson, long
residents of the Island.
I "None knew him but to love him,
None named him but to praise."
Hlfffuoernl will take place from the Sixth
Freebyterlan Cburoh, Bev. Mason Noble, at 3
, o'clock, this (Thursday) evening. The friends
are Invited to be pretent.
IBiaeti ! if uawee i auue now, aao to awaau-r
at4y oI'b.altaost prophetic1 addreee which
WMWba so universally read tils day. -'
'tiUuL.Col. Clark, id. lb. Sixth .lHahuran,
Th undersigned, on behalf of the Oo'aitols-
slonsrs appointed by th4 Preetdeat to jepre Mat
th inurtwJf'ii:AaHrieaa cltitent'-aa
Ightdedr UappearittheEihlBIUon of the
Maetry a all Mattons to be held In th city. of
UmdoB durleg th .present year, submits th
foHowlag etaleaient"! ' the' Congress .of llhe
rjaltid Wit, after ' da eonakUratton,' baa
dltoor to adopt, any '.msuurea to further a
atloaal rtprentatln of our works of lndu
tryjteva-jtlon.'andajt at the aforementioned
aUhlblUon,,;Th authority of the Coamlatlon
hat therefore ceated. They have advised th
erntaent that tber will bi. no geaeral partlol
patlon osj b part of Of oltiiens of thlt country
on thatocoulon. But they have thought It not
Improper, at th tame' time; to recommend to
th( oonslderallon'of the Royal Commissioners
such' works of Industry jtad art as have
received th auUintleatloa.of th Commission,
and may, to a lloJlWd extent, be' prened for
exhibition through Individual exertion.
' l . I' ' .W1IXUM H. BEWAHD.
, , , OTFICIAU
m I-Bra 1 alf-aBPBs'' Ti a -jjm
, ,. .February 4, 1M1.
"-RMios Is bsrebr slven of the read neas of
this Department to redeem th Treasury notes
f'mjmvtm in iinv jaar iruia uaivanuiaurisini ur
beact' of Conkreas'approvtd 'December 13d,
1857, and the Treasury not payable In sixty
dayafroa date, authorized by the act of Con
in one year iroea aae,Kuiaorixea oy
areas annrovadlif March, lasi.
lataraet on Treasury notes of the above Is
sues will oease on the fth day of April next by
in wrm oi uos acta reapsouveiy,
feb tspT ,
January 21, 1862.
Orderetl. That the War Deoartmetrt will be
otoeed Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and
Fridays against all other business but that which
relates to astir atUltary operations In th fold.
Balurday will be devoted to the bustnesi ol
Senators and Representatives.
atonaays to us easiness oi ue puonc.
Edwin U. Stanton,
Jn32 -tf SecreUryof War.
srTka Vlrajlala Rafsitee. The Commit-
Lies appointed at a msniag held tome llva'tlau
staee at utlr Hcaaqsarten, aav agretd apoa tht
leading ftararee of the pravUost prepared to be
tebmltttd lor the action of Cosgrew, and will toon
bs ready to report to a mtetlaf, el which dae o
Uet will be givra. S. 8. BAKKlt,
It Beentary ef lw( MeeUtg.
QKALKO PROPOSALS ARE IN VI TED TILL
THE VlfTKKNTU DAY OF KSBCU, Its.
attim.fsrparchatla from thaOo'eramat tbe
HldeiBiLd Tftllow. Hoft in1 bonu. Tosgaei,
uaicn, aad BUlai, orau tne netf Cattle u-ed b
tn Army or tne the rotenuc, except tbcet killed
wllhta the aodeot luaiti otitis Ptrtriet of Co
So bid will be rattrtilatd ualeii the bidder li
pre eat to rtnond to hli Md.
iiwuiuhi iuvw,g ,uuhi-hiii iui nil di ih
eoatnotor he will be htld aeeoaataMa for Illdra
se , or an eaiaun niiea, waeuer M gtu uta or
Theblda to be dirtetfd to "atajor A. DECK
WITH. C. 8., TJ.-u, A , Waahsagtoa, D. C."
ftb XT td , t -
xtiaele freax tha Port
epeaaleMee f the fjew Tor:
rtna cotiTSAaaiu) uoamoii.. -
The cotrbn cjtesKoa ht gsttisg lo be a
knotty problem far Gtn. Shernmn.' He ha
written repatfdyfer '(icatt notions," but the
Admlnistratkui mr not. rcpOed to his letters.
" What will he do with It I" is a nuule to him.
slf. As tbe exigency demanded tome itnme
dlste action, he haa adopted the plan set forth
In his " General Orders, No. 8," whloh you
hay already published. li any good results
from this polloy, the Government will approve
l; otherwise, not He will be censured for
taking the responsibility, if his plan prove a
The fact is. that the Government hat a larae
sized elephant, on Its hards, and it ladimcult
to lay wnai must do uone wiin tne negroes and
th Sea Island plantations. Ten thousand
contrabands within out lines, and their' num
ber Increasing dally by aooeeslons from the
main, are to be fed and clothed. Th planting
season Is at haod. -Tbe cattle have been driven
off, most of them killed, and th corn used up
Col. Reynolds, th resident agent appointed
by the Government, has the belt theory
upon th sabject that I have yet beard.
He suggests that the plantations and ne
groes, should be leased for one year, at
a fixed price say fir dollars an acre, which
tUaj has been offered for twenty thoussod
acres with ample security, and with suitable
restrictions is to th comfort and education of
th blacks lb Government to appoint a board
ol Intpeoflao td protect the negroes' Interests,
with proper poster to exercise a supervisory
oontrol oyer th whole to eaforoe rights and
redrew wrong. Government certainly cannot
raise cotton at a profit; if it can rsls corn and
potatoes enough lor the negroes' snbeujtence, It
will do mors tban I expeot. , Government can
not build ships, or do any other work, as well
or aa cheap' as ladlvidtalaV So! It will pros
with the'cultnre of cotton. Individual compe
tition may tucoeed in eultivstlog these Islands
at a profit, but Goternment labor wHl be tare
to realize a lost.
Hon. Joscra Ssoab at WBitLi.a. Mr. Sugar
addressed a large meeting at the Wheeling
court-house, on the 18th instant. It was an en
thuslaatlo loyal meeting. Mr.,Segar bis been
an exile from bis Virginia home and family for
a year, because be would not swear allegiance
to Virginia and tbe Confederate States.
Gbcat Fiax. The Bra in Boston, on Monday
night and Tuesday morning, was among the
most disastrous that ever occurred there. Two
firemen were killed and on badly wounded.
Among th leases were 2,000 bales of cotton
and 80,000 bushels of corn and oats. The loss
is estimated at $750,000.
A I'oktical VitToar. The Richmond papers
publish the following, from the warrior, poet
and Indian olaiai agent, Albert Pike, well
known in Washington oircles for the msgnlfl
cenoe of his powers of Imagination and expres
Fori Smith, Feb. 18. Via Clarksville, Ark.,
aad Chattanooga, Tenn. Gens. Price and lie
bert are fighting tho enemy to-day at Sugar
Creek, in Benton county, Ark. The result is
not known. Our troops are confident of tuo-
Later. The enemy lott 700. Our less Is
100. Another greet victory.
Oamp Okii-iIn, Feb, 21.
Mh. Editor: I with to correct a slight mis
take whloh occurred in your paper of to-dsy.
It was not the Maine Second whoh, aooompa
nled by the Cameron Dragoons, captured six
teen rebels, on the 22d, but tho, Main Sixth,
Pol. Burnham. Probably the mistake was not
yours, but your Informant's. oak,
pbnrntti'Aito tA.Nt" navy.
PEUfB 01K?il0TAlTi 1
f ItOMINENT OHArtACTCRS,
OJw NTIM W., fBMJglM, W,X,U
,, roarloociabenDfawalalii.) V
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lUs'ls a aMstulqMSheearrtaiamlah
UasUaa 9t IIMkellmbUare PetwaA, (hfeagrav
tsOJail isaei Jasas tensftwlaA 'awaaSTwa,
"Jii laijiag ine oancuiy erewtsinisaas,
u"Mgss!,Qalarato da or the mmul bam.
m ejFjIh sneh asarked ability laatas
at bl aSntnaa tkaat for oi.
iwm DvrY. mwv inns wiih, iney
taaav as a mtUiitim tamMnrmfOuia tdnMmm Mdi
Ibrlh IU fmmnlA or IU ir.mlml
dae utags forth IU fmmnu or IM er.mlmL rot eel
leetloBt, thty are araoh avawiir to phetdgTSDbs. ss
they will fer asirsssMor vsass " '
aar PriM. tlaala unv. la
drtn at tea Oslttd Bum fiw'tfniin.
f 'anataaa. Tha
isy mast aatoanaaj avery order. Large dav
oouat made to paren
To Sell Directly to Eoldiera.
Our Terms Tm Them' Jirt Wry
LIB E HAL,
And Titer will . It a Uigblr
SEND FOR CIRCULAR&TERHS
1L.. PR.A.1VG- St. CO.,
Publishers and Lithographers,
BOSTON. 34 MEacHAar'Anw.
WASHINGTON, 20 BiTgura Btiuiet, Fotm
Doors Aboti D,
Where -Terms and Partieulari may be OUahud.
N. B. Our nnmeroHi frleads in
tbe Armr and Navv will nlcaae bear In
mind, that we now publish every week two
new pictures either or Generals, Colonels,
or other distinguished men and at the
same time can make pictures to order, snch
as are qot on onr List, in a few days, and
at verr reasonable terms.
W list f Portrait, Fsbroary, 1S6S, Published
1. Oeorge Waahuurtoo.
St. Ota. RlehardtoB.
SS. Lt Ool. C. Farham,
ST. Capt WUkee.
St. Oea. McDowell,
to. " Beaith.
Bpragnt, Oov. el
a Col. Cutler.
41. ". Foe.
. Llest Col. Cameras.'
e. major oeott,3vu ra.
47. Qen. R. Kmg.
. " Portar"
p. Gen Bhemaa.
30 CoL J. K. Murphy,
1. " Cochrane.
31. " EUaworth.
33. Abraham Llaoola.
t.;Beretanr O. Wtllet.
as. s. A. Doaglsa.
a. T. Fraacle Meagher.
ss. John Brown,
at. Hon. Henry Wilton.
a. F. F. BUIr.
at. Col. Lee, Twtatieth
tl. CoL Chaearllo, Third
SO. ' Hayte, Sixty.
el. Caldwell, Kiev
S3. Lt. Col.. Stevens, sd
S3. Oea. Fran
a. " Jameeon. S3. Oea. Hooker.
St. Com. Dapcat. n M. " Martladsle.
And Sfty different Colonele mads to order.
I. Jal. Davie.
T. Kx Seaator axaaua.
3. A. H. Btepheat.
S. Oea. Beaoregard.
t. " BltdeU.
e. Oea, VeDaffle.
11. ' BenarcCoiloch
a. n. jcnnnon.
A new pioture of Gen. MoQlelUn
1 Rtw tnd Most Kieellent Fielrm of Frtiident
uneoifi, in worn, win m ud u a lew da yi,
N. B. All ordtn.aocompaaled by the money, will
oe pfompuy aiieaaea w, ana rorwaraea 10 any oamp,
oy mall, free of obargOifroai tht Offloe In Washing
ton, No. 130 Seventh etreet.
TXrABHINQTOII LBCTURK ASSOCIA-
Tht teveatceath lecture of the oourie will be de
ROSTi eTOXXBT eTUaVxT,
OF NEW YORK,
On THURSDAY EVENING, Jlth Ftb.'
Scajiot " Tlienjhta on the Rebellion, Ms Moral
Character, aad its rolltleal Uoiteqnenoea '
as- Ticket holden will he reqalKd to exhibit their
tickets at the door to avoid coafaaloa.
Doon open at 7 o'clock. Leotart to oommeaoe at
Ttokete 3 centa each; to be obtained at Ibe doer
ana at int ncoutoret. no to
DBFOT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICR,
Cosasa or EioHtaana ad O erasers,
n'atAtagtsa, D. 0., MOinary IS, 18
Sealed proposals for lurnlahlng to the Government,
at this point, (1 ,00) one thousand HEAD BOARDS
tor the gravee of deceeted eoldiera will be received
at this offloe until Balarday, March lit, 1103, at 13
1 be boards meat conform In all reapecte to the
The Boards to be of dear locuat wood, fra ran
Itnti, (4) (our feet long, (101 ten inches wide, (1);)
one ssd one half incbea thick.
To be ellghtly rounded at tba top and "chamfered"
on one aid, round tha top, and down esoh edge to a
cutanea of (1) oat foot jt) nine laehet
l'laned smooth en eton tide.
A tpeclmin of tht style of beard required may ba
tees at thlt oSct
I'ropceala should bt addreeted to Col. D. II . Rucr..
ss. Quartermaster U. B. Army, Washington, D. C,
and should bt plainly marked " rropoaala for Head
Boards " D. II. KUCKKK,
rebSO-dtMareh Q M. and Col Ac.
I havt a large and atott extenelvt ttock of
Italian Harbla MosaumeBte, Qraveatoncs,
for tale at low prices, lor oath. I will tell atreduoed
prices to those ef the amy or navy who may want
them at mementoes for their oomradet who bavt
fallen In defence of the Union.
feb 17 Cm E ttrett north, bat llthandlltb.
NATIONAL ITBAB IiADSDBY,
ieyyleea(a Jesiwe, aoiiflt atds, near leVA n'rest
NEW FROPBIETORS AND NEW HANDS.
Washing for the Army, Hotels, Families, and In
dividual! All work dope la tha eeatetyle, and war
ranted. Cbargee moderate. Goods sent for and da
llvered. I.arme orders contracted for on very low
terms feb 17 o!w
JAY CUUliK li tl)
feb zt 3w
4SS Fifteenth etieet.
V-KUOSICKE AMD COAL OILS.
lbs undersigned hae always on band tho pure
Ktrotene, r.mcrii inn, vsmpuvae, sun aiwiiui,
on tht moet ftvortbla teimt to llie trade, at the old
established etand. nil uroatiway, Baltimore Also,
UUSUea SLaBU,a luwuwir, naiii'Muiv nwv,
moet approved Coal Oil Burners. Lampa of all
Is will be told low. .-...,.
ib 13-ltwtweW JOUN 8. UABSWKLL.
F. T. BAsUUM'B
' CttaUict vfLlTlBg Ctirletltles
Hi I TDE9DAY. rEBRDABY is.
Cbrner of M)IA-sl ejat. '
, j Opa rraa M jtta."4aV w bv. an. S,
1. T, Baaraa reenMifaH aaawaaaas to the alti.
ess ef Wslcgtea.MM is waa piat (o Utlr
pamiaaga ror a iw aaye, Mete
LIVING niKNOMBtlQm OV NATURE,
THE WIIAri8TPf c
whloh hive allrteted taeh trewltd and fublonabla
sadieaflaa at hla Maaramfn haw Viwh rA mu
tgbM, aad whloh hat called mm commtat frem the
rAasaad admlratloa rrom th spectators thaa.aar
eartterUtssvtrrxhielud " -aa,
Aatauatea as e nU ; ehHdrea 10 ernts. ftb 24-lw
C ANTE RBI RY!
LAST WEEK OF THE
PANTOMIME TROUPE II
TO-NIGHT, for the LAST TIME, the melo
Admlsaloa 2S centt ; Ovchettra chain to ecnU.
For Ladletand Fimlllei.oa
WEDNESDAY A 8ATDRDAY AFTERNOOX8,
When a lavlth dlttrlbulloa ef ELEGANT FRKS
KNTS it taade: Rich sad eotlly Jewelry. Books,
Tola, Faaey Artlclet, aad MAO
Mr Bianley, No. 41 t'our-a half etreet, reoelved a
epieaaiq aiia arvaa on oaiuraa;
Admlaaion 20 ctau i oblldren 10 ceatt
ODD FKLLUWl' HALL,
George Christy'" Minstrels,
Open Every Might
In eonaeqaence of the tmprovetnente for the Hew
Theatre on Tenth etreet, the above Splendid Mia
etrel Company will appear at
ODD FELLOWS' HALL I
THIS MONDAY EVENING, Jaa. 37.,
And oontinut tvtry evtning until further
Hat beta added to the Stage, aad every arrange
ment made for tbe pro er prodactloa of
(JEOROK CHRISTY'S celebrated
Anaiaeios Ucente; Orehertra chain, M eeuta.
Doon open at qaarttr to 7; eomnuaee at aautar
tot. . JOHN F. SMirfl.
Jan it Buttneet Agent.
JR1H KRINOL.K 'a OOMK.
Jut receiving, the largest etook of
Writing Desks, Draselag Caatt, r -rllollot, Dires-
tioa and Alphabet Blocka, Uaoet, Fboto
traph Albusai, Gift and MKcel-
laaeout Books, In gnat
varietiee, at war
Cell and tee, at nil fcPn t RD'S
Cornel Seventh end D ttreett
OBIALKD PROPOSALS Bra Incited till
t3 the 10th day or March. ue'
supplying the U. S. Sub Deo'
nekfr (TATTLK on the hoOl.
t with 0,000 betd of
The Cattle to be delivered at Wathiogtoa Cily,
aad each animal to average 1,300 pounds gross
weight ; no animal admitted which wtlght lest tban
ljm pounds gross.
The Cattle to bt delivered at aaeh timet and la
each quantities at tha Government may require.
No Cattle will bt required under thlt eoatraet be
fore tbe let day ol April, Iiej.
Htlfen and Bnllocki not wanted.
A bond with good and lufflcient eecnrlty will be
Government reserves to Itself tht tight to pay la
Mo bid will bt entertained when put In by oon
tractora who have previously failed to oomply with
their oontracts. or when the bidder It not present to
pona io nit oia.
luii to be directed to Hal. A. BECKW1TH.C.
8., U. 8. A., Washington, D. C.
- oea or Bin.
I, A. B., do benby propose lo deliver to tbe Oov
eminent go d Beef Cattle on tht hoof for per
hundred pounds grow weight. The Cattle to be
dellvend at , aooordlsg to the tarma of tbe to
doted edvertUeneent. Tha Cattle to te weighed on
the acalet, and the weight so determined to be tbe
nunbaae weight. I hereby agree to give a good aad
suffleieat bood for the fulfillment of the oonu-aet.
aad to receive Treasury notes lo payment for the
vaiue. ieu ie
SDBTLICniCN'a llttAUf-MADtC dAB
MKflis, ur sins, vjuai.ii i.
Wa nnr nltixens and stranasn a laraa aaaortmant
of OVERUOA1S, DRESS COATS, BU8INBSS
COATS, PANTALOONS, and VESTS, ol all colors
and qualities, equal In make and flnlih to the beel
custom work .
w Aiij,Biuriicx'io m t-u.,
Menhant Tailors and Clothiers,
.. . Fa avenue, bet. oth and loth ste)
ATTENTION, hOLDlERS AND SUTLERS I
COVOU DROPS! COUQIl DROPSI'
MEDICATED COUGH DROPS'.
WARRANTED TO CURE TilK SEVRRE8T
COUOH, COLD Oil HOARSENESS,
SsrlN ON13 OB TWO l)AYB.-
For eale, wholesale and retail, at
JOS. SnAFFIELD'S Confectionery,
feb'jo lm No US Sixth at., bat O and 11.
A J. STULLAM'S
HXENClLi CUTTING TOOLS,
FOR THE USB OF ANlf SOLDIER WHO
wishes to clear a lew Hundred Oollirs extra by
ftimlihlaa his Comndea with PLATES to mark
ig, Equipmen't, Ac. circular, BsmplM,
and " View of Iltadqutrten
sent free br mall.
feb is in
A. J FULLAK,
IP.W ACTIVE PEUSnNH.
V V lo canvass the reflliuents on the V ra
io canvass ine rrguuema un ine v iramia auora
for stenell names Fion three to live doUare per
day may be realised by active operations. Inquire
of DA SMITH,
Wtslilogtoa Building, Room 33,
Itb 19-lm Wtiluugton, D 0.
TVITATOKS. I.40O bushels at Jstakeon
1 Whit Fotatoee, lust arrived per schooner
IV m oevvrv, auu lor saia iruin vnaci in idis
feb2t 41 Ba Water attest, Georgetown
TltKIRY FOR BALK A Bakery, with two
aj large u Venn, m gooq oruer, ana now noma a
good bulneaiiwlU bt told cheap, for cath.U appli-
cu IOV eooD. iiuaiacai lequinug uo aucniion UI in
I proprl'ton tlaawheri, Is tho only reason (br Ihe
I sale. For futthtr srtlcaUrt, call at tbU office. ;
I fib IS lw '
JJT . C. MeetllRK ijo., Ameu.r
UOUBKHOID FVRH1TVRE JJtlt KUVUKrt
iSHlSiK0KF F,b- 3"hi n.o.
Mr fVtJSrt1. ., kaU U at the reeldenet ,t
ii.kSLl!?ff l!0,a. tfeote. eons sting la part of
Slha!2! .''th Bens aad Chairs
WataatMaTKlSSBf;1"' Eaameled Lounge
Walaat Waehetaaae andl Bnreaua
Walaat, French aad CoTuaa nii.tiZi,
Vtaltlaa Bllnde and Out Vv'iaoTsbadte
Braamla tnd Irgraln Carpete M
Venetian Btalr Carpet .
Oil Cloth atd Matting
Parlor and Chamber Slovet
Coofclsg Stovs aad Kltehea Faratture , Ac.
,. .. JAB a McOUIBE CO.,
feb 27td Aaoiloneere.
B J. O, HeOtVlBJB A CO., Amctloneere.
jrcmHT w runn, SKwmo maciiinb,
romrvRtAitD gtrich or a tAiiu.r
RMMOVINO FROM THE CITT.
On SATUKDAY MORNING, Mtrch He, at ten
K'?5k' 'S frontof to, Anetton Roomt, ws -ball tell
the Furniture and Effects o a family removing from
tne ally, coniprulng
Exoelient Roaewood Case I'iano Forte, br On.bc
Baperlor Sewing Machine, Hhitnot
Walaat r.uah eofai and Aim Chairs
Mahogany II ilr Spring teat 8of.e, Rockere.and
l'ai lor Chain
Roaewood JIaible top Centre Teblca
Ten walnut aad 3Iabogsny Oiokca es
Hranele, Three ply, aao other Canle
Dieaalng and I'laln Auteaui, Wsefietasda
mdeteadt. Cbtln , Loun.ee
Hnperlor Keath-r Beds, Bolatera, and Plllowi
Hairandlloak Maltreat a, Blanket, and Com-
Chine, Ulaetand Crockery AVaie
Cooking and other Stoves.
Together with a general assortment of Kitchen
Tenntcatli. JAS. C. McOUIRB it CO.,
feb 37 d Auctioneers.
V J. U. McUUIIlK CO., Anetlonaere.
DMXIRJII11.K TWOSTORr BRICK DWXLL1NO
UUU&S, WITH ilAKERl ATTACHED,
Oa MONDAY AFTERNOON, March Cd, at
o'clock, an tbe p-enl'ee, wa ahall sell Lot No. l'J, In
Square No. tie, fronting 35 fet on Sixth etreet,
weet, between O and II ttnett, north, and rannlng
back SS feet to an alley, together with the Improve-
avail, bunnuuuB v,m iwu-siurj sirica uwciimg
iiuhii mm m siiwk i.aacr aiHieireu.
Ttrmt : Oat foarthctsh ; tbe remalnler In tlx,
twelve, and eighteen monlhe, with Interest, tecared
by a deed of treat on tat premise. Title perfeot
JAS. 0. McOUIBE A CO.,
feb 17 d Aactloaeen.
PROF. ALEX. WULOtVSKI bege leave
to Inform hit friendt and the publlo, that, hav
ing met wlib eo much euooeaa, te continuing hie
Courts of Inetruetioj on tht Piano and In Singing,
by hitaawmetbod. All those who desire to become,
ta a short time, Hat fingers or exoelient performers
on tht piano eheuld avail themeclvee of hie new eye
tern of foatruotion, by applying at bit residence, no.
303 BUih t reel, between K ttieet and New York
Reception hours between 10 and 12 o'clock a m ,
Taetdayt, 1 hursdayt, and Saturdays, feb 3t lm
Can be found at hit old etand, always ready to ac
commodate bit cuitomen, on the moat reasonable
terms, with anythiog In his line of busineea He
has tome of tbe beet practical workmen in
TINPLATB AND SUKKT-IBON WORKING
He has the beet COOK STOVES in the market,
which he sella cheap lor cash.
He haa alto a'fln. aeeortment of TIN WARK and
I1LOCK.-TIN WARK, together with HOLLOW
WARE, tinned and taameied.
COAL OIL LAMPS.
Ut hat also a Hot lot of COAL OIL LAMPS,
which he oan tell on tbe most returnable terms
W All JOB WORK attended to at tbe ehorleit
notice, such at ROOFING, ic.
Kvtvy thing os the moat reasonable terms, at
No 4U3SF.VENI1I SIKKL1,
feb 34 tf Batirsuf lluel.
MAKCIUJVU IJNTO BIXIK.
A very humoroul 1'lcture, Lithographed aud
Printed in five oolora. All loyal people should have
We have Ihe above and (ten. McCIellan Letter
Six, for Soldiers to send home to their lrleuds
Menu wanted In all the oainpe. Very liberal
dt.oount to the Trade. All orders promptly attended
to by Ihe Fubl sliere, U. F MOUSE k CO.,
4to i'enn. avenue, between 3d aud 4j stteets.
N. II Juit received, a large Invoice of BOOTS
for officers. Cavalry and leiautry Una druse oall
Boots sad Balmoral bboes, made on i'.uiner'spalent
Wholesale and retail, at very low prloee.
feb 4 eolm
FIIANK Iii, N
M ramt'A. avs , nobis aioa, aaiwaax iwaura
MARINE AND FIELD GLASSES,
or TUB BEST 0.UAUTIE8,
Constantly on hand.
nlKBI PIKBII PIKBMI
(8 per hundred I SB per hundred I f per hundred l
Tht attention of Sutlers, and dealers generally, is
nepeotfully Invited to the large assortment of
Pies, Cake, Bread, Holla, Hnlecutt, dc,
kept constantly on hand and baked every nay by
Sutlen oan rely on getting a good Fie at the low
price of 18 per bundnd, and have them at all timea
fresh from the oven.
PEACH riEl APPLE PIE! Dltlt'D AI'PLU
PIEl.CRAHBEnrtY PfEl PLUM PIK!
CURjBAnTuPIEI PUMPKIN PIE!' ,,
The aabsorlbsrWuld reepactfaliy call the atten
tion of thapublleto hlsatortmtat,and while thank
ing them for the patronage already bestowed, solicit
their orders, which will be promptly tilled.
No. Ml New York avenue,
between Tenth and Eleventh etneu.
SUlla 28 and 167 Centre Maiket,and 101 Northern
Llbertlee Market feb 3a lm
-tXTOOD AID OOALI
On hand, a full tspply of all Unas of AHTHRA.
CITB COAL. .
mr Coal kept la seal houses, wait screened before
JJIOlba. to the ton.
Wood, of all kinds, pnyaredCor aenvered cord
T. J. A W.H. OAL'l,
No. 3S3 Fennsrlvuila avenue,
ant IT tf oatween 11th and IJUietreete.
Secured for FoMicis, or their ligsl rc,rmntaiive,
at low rates, by tbe ""bscriben
Alao. clalint of cltliens ol the llulied Slatea
against coil lllca, und.r Iresty ol July 8. 1),
and claims or nay decrlpt'on necessary to be pre-
awi.t th. 4xwrttMv& ,,,ta
' j,- uo riunMlvscla avenue,
feb-'O. 3rtf Wtshingtoo, D C
"(New York Pally 1 ilbune please copy
AKAVKTTK IN8TITUTK A School for
Youeg Lsdles and Mi'hea.
l-upils rtoeived at any time.
Itrferenee Is reijcotlulty made to the risldvut cler
gymen of Ihe city.
trut, WKsm lAirleenlA on.1 tuuiKrnlll Itruli,
fib 13-lmWAS Chronica