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MATIONAL REPUBLICAN.
Wiiat bsocobtrox! Someone, perchance,
thall ht, Anll'.Uvcrj arrttatlon brought on
thu." Admitted. Anti-paganism brought
on lb blood croat; plunged too uplifted dig
ger of Saul Into the breute of women and
children : severed the heed of the bosom friend
of Jam, and flooded the Holy Land with tears
and blood. Antl Romanism drore the ttaktt
for a ehnnsand martyrs In Germany, aod their
shrieks of amnr went echoing: throne the
s
bllii and Tale ol Central Europe. Anil dea
noLlea made the war of the KetoluUon. Will
it grate on the ear of the tutor hwtortaa If he
hall read, " AnU-elavery made the war of free
dom t" If the agitation had not coanenced,
Kaoena would hare been where bow Ken
lucky, Kentucky aa TeaneuM, and Tennease
a Alabama.
The Cbrutiluflonnet tajt that the Emperot hae
adopted for the army a new model of the eagle.
In gutalumlolum.wblch waa recently proposed
bya tradesman of Tarts. The eagles turmotint
Ins the flan andetandardi actually in nee will
be replaced by others ef thii new model, and
the old one. In consideration ol the remlnts
cencea attached to them, will be depoeited at
the Museum 01 Artillery.
rARTi7x Branca EinoniD. A charge
baring been made by a prominent Republican
paper In Chicago, that nearly one half of all the
member! of the Illinois State Constitutional
Convention were " Knlghta of the Golden Cir
cle," ana mat cne 01 tnem wis aiaioyai, me
convention appointed a committee, composed
of three Republicans and three Democrats,
which nnanlmoutly reported the charge to be
without foundation In fact.
Vivo Folnti toa-parllca are among the last
novelties Introduced Into Gotham. A recent
ono was attended by 250 children of the Mis
sion School, and by mora than 100 of tbelr
parent, who came " eome In rage, and some In
lags, and some In velvet gowns," beard their
own children read and dog, and had one even
ing at lent of clvllizitlon, with It concomitant
of tea, bread, butter, and good advice.
Tho celebrated Dr. Barnes, being Inclined to
sleep during a dull sermon, a friend who was
with him joked him on baring nodded frequent
ly. Barnes Insisted that be had been awake
all the time. "Well, then, can you tell me
what thesermon waa about:'' said his friend,
"Yes, I can ; It was about an hour too long,"
he answered.
Another Great Oil Waxr- A fourth great
Hotting on welt hot oecn opened at bonisKiurn,
The luckv diaper are Messrs. Black and If a'h-
cson. Ihe rein wot " Muck," as the diggers
term It. on Friday night, and about ten thou
sand barrels bare already run to waste, It Is
saiu. jiartav i-jepress.
The telegraph operator at Salt Lake, com
municatee the intelligence that the enow on the
mountains Is abont five feet on a level, and at
ono point (a ravin probably) It baa drifted to
n depth of forty feet, covering up telegraph
poles, wire, and all.
The c:osua of New York city for 18C0 shows
a population of 05,053. The colored populv
lallou has decreased within ten years 1,330,
notwithstanding the general Increase. There
i a large excesa of lemales over males, the
dlfierenee by the census, and befbro the war,
Iii-IorS 1,03:1.
Tl'.ST IIF.CKIVKO AT L A. II KALI Jit CO S,
J Nat UOl Sv-ntti tetwrn I aad Ktrtct. new
Mock nf CLOMIINU, KUUNISUUMi GUOD3,
lKUNK.IIAlVSiiU CATS.
LA UK A LI k CO '8, No 301 Bevttlh street,
beten I and K.l the olsce to bir v-nr
:I.(TM1N(.,KLKMSU1NU GOODS, TRUNKS,
lllld -J a, A tu a . .. .i ' '
JIAIO U1U wV t ej, l A1JW 1VII (T1JT.
nOMi; ONK AND ALL AT L A. BKALL k
O CO S,.No 361 Seventh street. between I irnlK,
t V.. .. 1V MTtllXII VI!UVIOIIIfl llllflliu
mvu; tvui vim iui.iu,i u,a ijiintu vjvvyaij,
11 .WO (UIU tiAU
NOVr iSYOUKTtMKTOBUrYOUBCLOTll
IXO, I'UKMSHINO OOODS. HATS and
AIWtteryluw prices, at L. A HKALL x CO 'H,
Xo 3a l tertQahtUtMeen land K streets
utr xi m
WALL, STKriUC-VH S. CO.,
MILITARY AND NAVAL
MERC HANI TAILOR St
AKD ptaLxxatR
SWORDS, SA3UK8, BBLT8, EPAULKTS,
OUVUaii'iiA OlUairD, U aTt Will A4X1 1 0.
GLOVES, AC,,
AKT 1TKBT TA1IETT OF "
MSADY'XADB CLOTUXNQ,
Atressooable prices.
WALL.STErUKXS k CO..
3OT Pemuvlvanlaxvenne.
Jen U between Wh aad 10th itreeta.
D'
bKliAA O'R
Anti-Bheumatio Band!
raatiAnitTLT coax
aUECMAT711t, in til asr-toiM fcrm,
GOCTand XMOULGU,
STimtSXS and XLR V0U3A FFECnONS,
IMPUBITOS ef (JU BLOOD,
And IA JM1 BfftcU ef Mcrcvij.
It 1 a conveniently arranged Ba orBLT,oon
trdalnga medicated compound, to be worn around
the bodv. about the w&iit. sodallv arritrriHa ill
fabti, wkerner tkt dueaM iuy U, and can be wonf
u.vmvi tnjvry 10 xne hwmi cxitcau peson.
Hy thi treatment, the mediotna propertlei oon
talud In the ftD, being of a .KjUy arrmatta nx
wiaiiU nature, and arpotVe of being TfaSQy (UenrW
ikrvwk Vu prrM cf fJts ih, come into lUrtct contact with
the BiooDand jrrvrul arnl4fant without first paas
log through the procew of diaeetion, which would
terd.notunlytod tru;t Horn their curative jKiwera,
tut to Impair tie Internal orcam and derange the
-Jifwtfon alio that avoiding the tmjuriaui eftdtt to
.lUn the temilt ot inurtd remtdut, aad effrCUng a
iirftctcwt , by pfniaTwj and equalinng t eircuiatvm ot
: ii tX flutds, attil rtslorwj t parU affa2td to a A-ai'Af
iwiii tii'j tm J' Mq... au aa nervuiaa;
tKi ll aUo anoat powiful Aan
T." td will mitrtly rdta the ty
iTUkvi iou dipi ii aio a new
Ulaoriut Aoxht
tea lrom IL ivrnia.ttn.j tfftcli.
Moderate o-i are cured In a few day, and we are
cufrHiatly rvceivlsg undoubted testimonial to which
v. luvltkliwpectionatouroaoe of thtir efficacy In
Stmavatcd cahrs of fav ttandtnf.
Prica Two Dollars. Scat by mail upon receipt ol
12 or ty rxptcrti every where, with ait rucatary an
.rktii, from the principal offloe of
G.bMllU ft CO , Profritton,
481 Broadway, New Tork.
N. ll D'U.ntxf nrndart tent frte
A ThU Baud will not laterlere with the soldier's
duties. nviu-lr
CO Alel
AT REDL'CKD PIUCF.S'
1 or lli purpose of cloning cut our prtaist stock of
OO AXi
c rove to dillvfr It anywhere In thU city at
M.50 per ntt ton of 2.00U l.bs.
y Any oili aldreood tolioxo. Ill, wlllrej
emu piuui-l tiuiiuon
J LANG HON K CO,
mar 15 dif Office opji) he II. k O. Lvpot
NKRIOUB DEBILITY,
SiMCUAIOlCUWEA, F
U positively incurable by any means but those I ad
locate. Be for commenciDg ant treatment, leatn
how the writer actually cuasp bimiie f, and aubte
ijucotly hundrrds of others Koclow a postpaid,
suptivcriteil envrlopo to Box 1T0, Charltitown
31 usichiisett mar 7 !m
PKNSIOPf,
BOUINTILS,
LAND WAHHANfS.
AND AUUCAUS OF PAY
Secured for Soldiers, or tbelr legal reprrtautatives,
at low rate, vy ino vuoionuers.
Ai.n. ciiinij of citizens of the United Slates
against Costa Rica, uudsr treaty of July 3, 160;
and claim of aay description Mccaaary to be pre
run ltd at the uepartmeauoi uovemmem, in iuu
City. vlini UAinvayi
No 430 Pennsylvania avenue,
mull-ira Wahlogton,D C.
iKHTLKMBrVS RAOY-MADR QAR
vi ULNrs, of Fine yuAuu.
We offer citizens and strangerf a larga aaaortment
or nLKCOAIS, DKXX3 T COATS BUblNKbS
COAfS. PANlALOONS.and VESTS, ot all colon
nil quaittie" jfjual ia make and nnian to me otei
CIlllUIU VTUIaV.
WALL.SrKHHENS A CO.,
Merchant Tailora and Clothier,
Vi avuiue.lrt-t. 0th xnd 10th t9
fpO MEMBERS OF CONOAESS, PROrCS
1 slunal 0alltmntmnd other.
Ih underlined are orecard tanrint BncswthH
Jeriefi, Pamphlet. He port, or any deoorlpUon ol
' W.O. BCAMMELLhCO.,
Oflaoa ootaar Indiana avenae
OOTtl-tf aa4 Swad rtwt. tt m ImtsTq
OLCyTHING, &?
SuajtKK cumuRttr
. at tKboosD rmtcr.81
we en oar art tmitaaeat of thin Bam- -j.
r Clotalnx at ntheeoa tufas. Oar itoek
eaabraoe all styles aa. qnaltM 01 Gentle- Paa
eren-s, soatne', aaa onr wean Apparoi, iaaa
01 ih neoev aeoireuie aaa Tasnionaote siytee.
Aloo.ablraraad famishing Ocwos la great variety.
Clothing mails to order at the shortest aotlat.
wAia.,BiErniN co.,
en rnnujiraui avean.
tweea Hiath aaa Tenth lis.
imiyw
hetweeal
UTUtani'l KKADV-MADI
OIiOTBINa
Oar Mass at asaortaaent r aoatleanea'a Reedv.
made Cloteiae offers to eltlaeai aad atreneers wish.
ingaa inraeaiata oamt,sertr tadaeeaMBU, em.
oraotag, at this tine, all styles aad qeelltlee ol Dmt
HI BIHM IXBrBNHia ih umim, an van..
Uee. riae Shirts aad Uder44otalng ol all kinds.
Kid aad other Gloves ef beet naellty. Searts, Tie,
Cravats, Itosal, Hosiery, ao., ao. All ol whlen we
are effsriu at oar asaal low prloes.
ar Clothing made to order la the most rajierior
manner. WALL, STItrilBNS k CO ,
laar r U m Feaasylvaala avsaa.
Y"TAI,Ih ITHPIIBIeS CO.
MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING
MAD TO VXDIX, WUOUOAIM dSJBCAU,
f No. ttl Puma, are, bet. 9th and 10th ttrcctt,
leeyi WASHINGTON, D. C.
SIAall NOTIOK-lai raafMaaaetee at awe
iy hevlag t pay aash ror every aruele of-goode w
parehaee, we are fhreed to redaoe oar aastnees to
oash eaelesrvsly, ror the preoeat. Vf have ta itore
a very large aseortaseat of
READY-MADE CLOTHINO I
for earn aad tors' wear, whleh are selllag at a mneh
lower rate man nsnai.
WALL, STKF1IENS a CO ,
least SSI fenna. are., bet tth aad 10th ets.
w
OarVKlt TO HILITAHV MKIS
laree sesortmsntof (JlftvY and IILUE KLAN.
uif mliu .muru rsvsiir ui.itU i.n.nf
n r.u v r.noiuniii. n uiifiOiun io.aivj. e
KR8.CAUP BLANKETS, HALr-UOSK, iw ,M
which wc tnrtt all ouh purchavsen to ex mine before
nakltvc Um4i ivleoticnj.
WALL, STEPHENS k CO ,
Mo. SXi I'cniuTlra-ila art hi,
ayP btlwtwi Ctb and 10th rtrtttt.
WALU STRPIIKII-. CO,
344 FamtiTLTAiTi ATBRtra.
MILITARY AND NAVAL
MKRCRAKT TAILOK-t.
AND BKADY-MADK CLOTiilKEfl.
AND KXTF.N8IVK UEALKM IN OLNTLR-
MKN'fl KUKNI8UINU GOODS.
-tf
UNITBD 8TATKS PATEMTOKKICK,
WAIHIrtOTOrl. Feb 16, Wt
Oa the tetiUon of Alfred T. Bertell. of New York.
N. Y.( pray la lor the exUnilov of a pateit xrasud
to Mm the ltth of UaT.lMS.for an IniprovemeDt la
Miehiaeiv for makiBc MoaldlDaM." for teven
yran Iromtha expiration of stud patent ,wblch takes
JliaVOe DUlaVIOia aaVQI Jl T 1(H) t.
It Uonltred.Uiat the said jMtltlonbalieirl at the
Patent Offloe oa Monde t, the Slth dj of April next,
at 12 u'eluck m nnd tall twntotu i.re noihUo to in
pear and ihow caawc, li any they have, why said
peiiuoD cog fit not a vm gisoara
IVreooe oppoFlnr the exttnaloa are required to
11. lathe patent Office their objeotlon. specially
t forth la wrlUnf , at least twenty days before the
amy i ne&nojr; ui tctumonj niea py enoer pui;
ia db BJhfa intt iita namriDar mail Da utcra uc
Uannnittd la accord anoa with the rales of the office,
wnicn win oe lanusaea on application. -
ine icei'mony in me csn win di eioiea on uie
itia omy 01 Apni next; acpatiiioan a oiorr p
pen retted apoa as testimony ma.t be filed In the
offloe on or before the morning of that day; the ar
guments, if any, withla ten days thereafter.
Ordered, aba, that this noiloe be pnbltihed In the
Sntvmt Kfjmbliaxn, Washington, D. C , and the New
'York r.iZuJsc-.Ncw York. N. Y.. once a wetkio thrre
aosatMlre wtfkv. the lint of said cubl ciiliss to be
at least sixty days previous to the day of betrlng.
u r.iiULLuniii,
Commtaloner ot r atenvt
P. S Editor of the above reiwn will i leute
copy, aod eeod their bills to the Vtteat Office, with
i taper codwuiuk ui-s nouce ico is is w.-w
UMTkU HTATJCH PATKNV OFrVlCK
Wanuixoiox.Feb 11, Hf2.
On the petmoa or Inward Spain, or rhiladtlplila,
Pennsylvania, praying for the extennton ot apatrnt
granted to him on the .ttrn day of May, 1149, for
an Improvement In "chnrtu," lor aeven years
irom the expiration of nald pa'ent, which take
place on the lili day of May, 181,
Iti4ordrred,that ih laid petition be heard at the
ratent Office, on Mondiy, the (.tth day ot April
Lext, at IS o'clock m.;ni all pemon are notlQedto
appear and show citue, it any they have, hj said
pttitioa ought not to be granted
1 erooni opposing the extension are required o
file in the Patent Office their objections, epecally
i-et forth in writing, at least twenty U before the
day or bearing, all testimony film by eiibrr (arty
tobeu-edat the ala lwering mut be ttken aod
trammltted in accordarce with the rules ol the
offl, which will belurnbhed en apflieation.
The testimony In the ere will be clceed on the
llthday or April ixxr.depoeitlonn and other pa
per relied upon a teetlmooy miut be rlltd la the
office on or bv.ore the morning of that day, the ar
guments. If any, within ten day thereafter.
Ordered, alM, that thin noiloe be publbhed In the
iVon'onoi RrjmfJvnn, Waobingtou, D. C , and J'hi'a
tMrttxa Prm. Philadelnhia. Pa . once a week lor three
ucceiilvc we.!, the flntof Mud pubUeailoostobe
at least sixty oar previous 10 in aay oi neanng.
D" HOLLOWAY,
Cumnuuioner of Patents.
P. 8. Editors of the afco papers will plcae
copy, and send their bllU lo the Patent Office, with
a paper roniiirmg -dm lvuqu icu jo-uwirr
UNlTtCD STATE PATKIfT UFbTICIC,
WASatiHOTON, J ebruary s, if62
On the rwtitio .of Ilearr Ruttan.ot Coours. Can
aria, nrailnff f -r the exUnrtion ol a natent lira trd
to Mm the 6th day ot December, 181), ante dated '.'d
June, IM, tor an improvement In 3retho u( Warm
Ifg and Ventilating IUiiUlngi, UrMitn eam trom
! expirxuon ni pant riicii, wnivit leakc ytw vn
the akrUdar ot Juoe.iS'ii.
in oraerta. iiihi iasau nriiiiun um iicari ituii
Paint OIBm on 31 ndav.th 9h dav of June next.
at twelve o c'ock M , abl all persons ar no'ltled to
appear and show eauie, If any they have, why said
petition ougni rui iu uo gravuvru.
iVr.nnt .nnomff the ixtenljn are r.uuiied to
file. In iti rairnt OfhiMj their oblcciions. idccUHt
Mt lor tti in vir't Pg. at least twenty days before ihe
dav ef he trior, all tettlmonv filed bv either cartv
to be Ufcd at the said hearing must be takeu and
transmltt' d In accordance with ihe rules of tn office,
wnitn Win D lonupuea on apyiicaiiua
Th tttt.lraonv ia the ca Hill be dofed n the
JOthdayof May next, dtoMtIona aod other papwr
on or befo'e the morning of that day; tbe argument,
If fnv, wlthla ten days thereafter.
O dered, al,that thinuoUco be pubHibeJ In the
A'a-'tnol KrpuUuan, ahlngton, l C, aid the
Dfirtt TrVu, Detroit, Michigan, once a week tcr
three succe tin weeur, tee first of tali public
tlon to te at lent tlxty days rrcvlons to the day tl
heiring D P HOLLOWAY,
.uaiuiusiuuvr ui rairnu
P S Kdito a of the above PDer.t Mill nlea"e
copy, and eeod tcelr bi.ls to tbe Patent I Mice, with
a pajwr cuuiaioius una bu.iwb iur -
EDWARD LVCKTT,
BOOSBXIVSZia!
No. 171 Pennsylvania ave., Washington, J). C.
ItAnfr. kMt.il In .war rtvl..TBpk..MorrMvn.TtB.
,i. and Calf. sniT-iM
pLAIMaJ AGAINST th VNITKU ST AT KB
HMeKV UitJUMi. nate ea-iwr 01 inn u.a
rriaemrr.)as4 0MARLKB K. DilKKMAN.Coan
irllorsat Law, will At vote their entire attfnnon to
the rrofecutlon and MttlrrafDt of demands against
tlie Urttrd States, growing out of the prPem.1 war,
icolndloB the Accounts ami Olalnn of Statu, Uoq
tractor, and DioburMns; OfSoers, aypllcatloai for
the reetoratUu of property lllegallT atoieit or cap
ture J, and for coropeDtiatioa for tbe ue of private
property for Uovernnieot porpottes, and for damaaea
For tha 1 tjiry of nucti property by the army; fr
military ray, pension i, asdbouaty lands, and lor
li-trlbBtiVe t-haren of monies payable at the Trea
iury aad due to sub contractors and others.
Iney will alo five legal adrice to claimant), oon
tractors, and to unprofessional amenta in litigated
javiea: and prepare written arguments when desired
With Non resident Aft nt who may send them
Saiimi , an equitable division of cmiailajona will be
Undisputed Demands will be eollected and
romptly remitted for a oommlsmon of from a half
ti two and a half per cent depending on the
amount; and negotiations with the lepanratnt
Arm initjil fin mode rata term!
liy pronpt attention, moderute charges, long e
perienee. aud a minute knowledge 01 the of late,
rtfulntimu, rules ard precedoots, govrruin tliU
ilirt ot tiwtntus at the iiepartmenli, thy tope to
oder tbtlr cervices uhvIuj to olaiaanls and publlo
.rirnors . mn
Kefertrre may be mada to Slembira of Congr,
ana omcrrs ot inu uivraiiuvii, bum s-ojTviott, uj
PermUwion, to the Hon. fLitm-a WaiTTLKsar, First
(Jomittroller of the Treasury.
Addrtffv " tfe'nrs. BIUQKU k SUKRilAel,
Washington, U. C.
Offloe, So. r F street, near lreamry and Wll
tarda" Hotel ttaTa torn
STATIIAKY.
MAHBIiI-: MONUMKNTH,
I hav. a Urgs snd most exteailve itock of
Italian Marble Monuments, Ctravcotonei,
&., Me.,
for isls at low prlcea, tor csili I will pell at reduced
f rices to tho.e f tlie army or ravr who may want
tern ae ra meotoi. for ihtlr comrades wlu have
fallen in defence of Cie lloioti
ra, iiUTiiKUKoiin,
feb 17 Cra K Itreet north, bit lltlianl 13th
TkR. A. XAPPOWK,' Inetrwctor eu.1 l.,r.
U larer in PhyslologT. Chemiitry, I'o'inr, ard
otli.rtrauclie.of Hcfeuoe oonnaeted wllti Hfitii,!,..
Alw Icschtr of Krench.SJiianlih, Italian, Om i.an,
Ponegoeae, Latla, Greek, aad other Laagpsgei
Omoe, No. ei K street, being sear Peaaavlvaaia
aviate aad Twsat j-fUUt ttnet. eept a tl
HARDWARE.
W.
IMIT,
TIM, COrrt, AND tHMT HON
snxani
So. 187 fleuentt afreet, hetteem O and 1,
fib W-ess WABH1HQTQH, D. a
GAS FITTING.
p W. WOeAbL,
OA8 AND STEAM FITTER,
6M nnenih$Ltnear vanai Bring. wasMngum.
All order. tKteat. M thihortflt ottM, la tht
mort labtTttnUM Bftnutri and on rwmwN (aim.
Ptnanak tetim flrtn to trtry dtptrtment of UK
butnew. nor u
Ct AS nmiltltlWi have let .-or, staid
V are dally noelvtaff, GAS s'IXlUKr.3 of en.
nrelr new patterns aad deslirn and finish, saperlor
m style to aaylhiag heretofore offered la this naartet.
We lavlte oltisens fenerallr to call and ezaaalne oar
steok of Gas and Water rfxtares, feellne; eoaJIdeat
that we have the heetaelected etook la Washlogtoa.
All work la the above line Intraated to oar ear
will he promptlv atteaded ta
MTKIU MeGHAIf.
aur -4ni Ho. m D rtreet
GUKAT CERTUAL. IIOITTK
FOB TUK WEST, eia
nVMOZ UirtR RAILROAD and SEW TOKK
CJLVT1UL RAILROAD.
Oa aid Arrta Dscrmaa P, Wl,
Espreee Trains leave New York otty depot ol
lludaon River Railroad daily, Soadays exoepted, as
luiiowii
From Chambtn street
From 30th meet tution,
AtT.UA. U.
11 Ma.to ,6-VWp. m.
.40 p n.
10 40 p. nu
At I ooa-rn.
lioo " a p. ox
I.1IP.K.
Montreal and Bafialo
Trmla with sleeping
ean, 10 U p. m.
On Sckoats, to fouowlnff trains will be ran to
aad frem soth street t The 10 40 p m. eleeplng car
train vbr Albeay and Troy, and the a M a. m. from
Troy, and 4.4 p. as. train from Albany.
Connecting at Albany with the New York Cen
tral Riilro&ai for AehendMit&dv. Roehecter. Utloa.
Uauvla, Roaw, aad etitkmj on Roma and Water.
town Railroad, Batfalo, Syracuse, Niagara rails,
onFprneion rnae, AatHirn, ucdvts, juiuvij(u.
Trlns In oonneotion leave Buffalo and SaspeneKm
Hi Lake Shore, Buffalw and Leke Haro-i and Great
Westers Railroad, for II tail tun. lorooto, Detroit,
l UCUOi lUlfQO. UtlWeUfU, 1VBU VU jV. urn
Crotw,Xadleoa,WalrleDuChlen,GaIena,lnnJeith.
Dubnqae, Peoria, Rock lilaad, Mawatlne, lowaClty,
Bnrllagtcn, Qatnoy, SprtagOeld, Alton, St. Loafs,
Cairo .Terr Baate,induaspolis,Loalrlllf,Clnla
natf, Dayton, Columbus, Cleveland, end all points
vr eer, a oruawca i, etna ooiiown r-
NORTDKllN HOCTE.
CoatneotlBjr withTraina at Trov. with Trov aad
Uof ton, andRetu. aad Saratoga Roads for Saratogm,
Whitehall, RaUand, Barlington, St. Albans, Roaat
Point. FUttabmifh, Ogdetuburgh, Uontreal, sea.,
Ja.
MT Freight Arrangement by this rout u above,
without change of Cars, from the Depot In Cham
bars aad Hudson streets, urt at all time aa favorable
au made bT other Railroad ComDanles The faclll
tietof this great New York Route, toth Weet.oatn
mend it to the oonOdence of merchant ond shipper
tor promptneeA ana autpaian.
Passenger Trains, with Smoilog and Bleeping
Can), run In conception on the New York Contra!
Roal
For particulars as to local train rand freight ar
ring meet. Inquire at the depot, as Warren street.
A. F SMITH.
dec IT &tDer1cer.;eut.
IXriNTEK AHHANaKSIKHT.
Philatlelfihla, Wilmington, and Ballimort
RAIXiROAS.
Oa and alter HOVDAY, NOV. II, 1M1,
PAS9KNOKR TRAlWa LEAVK PHILADEL-
PlIIAt
ror Baltimore, at I.W a. ia ,1 II a ta , ll.Jt a. m.,
KsnreM.l and 10 ao D ra.
for Ubntir, at I It a m ,11 Ua.a ,! UaadiatO
For Wilmington, at to a. m , (.la a m., 11 3t a.
m . 8 snl in w p m
For Newcastle, at 8 IS a m and 3 45 p.m.
For Dover, at 1 15 a m aad 3 45 p. m
For Ullfurd, at 8 15 a m.
urballsbary,at8 16 a m.
TRAINS FOR riill.tDKI.I'IHA
Leave Jlaltimere at 8 Hi a m . (hxpreie,) 1 06 p.
m , (KxpriM.) 6 'joaad Ipa (Express.)
Leate Wllmlugton at I.SSand ll S3 a. m.,415,
4 45, and 9 son m
Leave SelUoury at 8 85 p m
Leave atlirord at 4 55 p m.
liCavo iovvr nt v a. m ana o.iu p m.
Leave N.w Cajt'e at tl a m and 8.10
:i:
Leave Chu'er st 8 80 a m , 11 15,
n. m.
and s no
L-are Daltlmore for Sallibury and Intermediate
itationi at 5 20 and 7 p m ; for Dover and Interme
oiaie siauoni, ii i wp m.
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE
Leave Cheitt-r at 8 45 a ra . 12 05 and U.CO a aa.
Leave Wllm!nf(ton at 4 so a m , 0 25 a m , 12 85
p. m , ani ui u ."
VBEIQI1T TUAlN,wl!b Paie7igr Car attachid
will run ajfo lows'
L.ave Philadelphia, for Perryvllle and interme
dial, places, i , iv p ia
l..av. fll'mlnko. for Perryt lite and intermedi
ate iLaeiiSt 7 1 J p m
Leave Baltimore, for Havre de Oraee and inter
mediate stations, at v a m
OH SUNDAYS ONLY
At 3 80 a. m. and 10.50 p. m from Philadelphia lo
Danunoie.
At T from llaltlmore to Philadelphia.
The 8 80 a, in Train Irom Philadelphia to Balti
more WUI ran oauv, Monaain BKqteo.
B. M. FEL-ON.
JaaJ tf PresldeBt
J O V I C K .
"AdamB Ezprera Company."
Tola Company offers to the Dahlia " Uneaualled
tVdTanUgea"fortho'SaireandQal6k lupatoh"ot
Ueavy rreiguts, rackntten, Valuables, Money, tVo.
fen . to all carta of the Unlit, fitatet.
lexprtPMh to and from the Nortti and Weet depart
rem and arrWa lo Waihington twice dally. All
espreattea art iu charge of eayrwvI tmd rdtalU
M3engara.
All Faokagea for " Tha Soldlera " oarrlad at Ova
Ualf " oar usual rates.
All goods for the totalled " ConfedsraUs Statu,"
ana au anwaco " ayosumoaua oi n ar," wui oe an
rraan. Oar Expresses learalfew York at l,a and 6 P. M.(
arrivlnp in W atahinsTton at 6 A M. and ft 20 P. U.
Kxprtaaes leate Fhlladelpbla at t ao A. U. aad 1.10
M . arriTtng U Waiblagtoa 80 F. M. and A. M.
Expresses leave Baltimore at 4 30 A. M. and I e
P. K . anitlng in Waahlngton at o A. U. aad I W
P. He
KxprCBses (or all points North and West laayt
WaxhingtOD daily at 7.30 A. M. and S 30 P. M..
Hprclal Contracts for large ouaniltieiof ralght
can be made on application at this oBlce.
All rood, called for and ocliTcredrM of extra
charge; R. W. FABSOKs,
''uterlotcndent Adams Kspreu Ce.
Waahlngton, lagat 03, 'il. .njr3 tf
N
kw invtcnTiott k AttTiKiniAi.
ciiKui'LAariu kvxk tlkiii,
without metal piste or elispi, ij
H. S. 11. 81QEKMONU,
910 Broadway, New York; aad 260 Penaa. aveane,
bit 12th and 13th Its., Washington, O. C ,
Calls the attention of the pablle to the following
advantagee of nil Improved ejstemt
lit TheteethofhlimannfeotarewlUaeveroorrodc
nor change oolor br any aelds, aad are three fOarthe
lighter than anv other.
2d No teeth or rooto need be extraoted, aa the
artificial oaesean be iaaerted over them.
td. The roots will be made inoffensive and aevsr
to ache.
4Ui No temporary teeth are needed, as pennansnt
ones csn be made tmmsdlateir, thereby prrerrvtng
the natural evrTe-ilonof the uce, which, under the
old Myitvm, it frequently dlsQgured.
bib This work hai been fully tested , for over fire
years, by many ol the llret Chemist, and Physicians
uf this and Mf ol.l country
Tir tl lias al. i lovtbttd a wblts Indestrnotlkle
metal tilling Hitli which the movt seniative teeth oaa
be tilled without paiu, and oan build np a rvrfrct
Bund l&ctb oti any iiJi rbcts, which will Iset
through a litelln.e.
lie refers to Ui following gintlernen Dr. V. Mott!
Dr. Doremas, Professor of Cheimrtry: lion A
Uann, )un ; Capt Crabtrie. Vice rrMdeet of the
Emigration Oo. of New Vork, lien Judsa Wayne,
of the Sapreme Court, of YVaablDiuu,D C and
thooiandl of others.
Call aad eastnlne r yonrsetree nov
tfKIH KKINOIjK. 'H COMK.
Just recilvlng the larger! stock ot
FANCY (J O ') I' A
Iu WllbiuglOil
H'rltlcg IhiVs, lirrs-lng Ca.es, i riluiloe, llitre
ll.ij and Alphabet kloelu.tiJii tt, ftiuto-
giaili Alburoi, Olft and llikll
Unioui ltonVi, In gt.t
varletirii, al war
raiss
Call and .e it .-HH'utBD't
li.adiittartere,
fa'jl i' ".i .vn'li M.f li uJ.
1,'tlK iivvt WITH IHIAlill, 1 tin.
I hKUiiNllsri.ltr Kl'.OtT l(00.lii'clifd
.nit.hu inr iikon.iitl.tDeii. Uu. hot and cold water
oain aajaeeai. nn-eae saiu mm, iwu wi
aatlio7Pataomot. )JtH
si
DMNTUSTRT.
r r- I
rpBBTBI '''
X n Ms L.UOM IB. M. D.,
Ta laveater aaa of IM Mlaeeal rlaw
Tseu, aneaot atiaoaanf at nn onus la tnu eny.
Maar penoa aaa wear thaaa teeth who eeaaot
wear others, aad a pertoa oaa wear others who eaa
ae wear theas.
renoae eelUac atatyoaiaseaa he aeeoaamodatad
with aay style aad prfoe ef Taetli they urBeslr
bat to those who are parttsalar, aad wish the panel,
tteaaest, stnarest, aad mostmrfeet daarara thai art
aaa predate, the auaeral riate will he aeon rally
warranted.
Kooaea la tale atry-lf . M reaasylvaala area,
hetweea Ktath aad, Tenth street. Abo, Ml Arab
street, rhuadelpUa. saariv-ly
DR. LOCKWOOD eastttsiwa tie arSM
ttaeMDeatMry, lathe Wasatartoa Mldlaf ,
Bavtaj aaaetwed la the Boarii aearly aunaea rears,
aeresSaaatredtaatbteaastv saiWaeUOKte aay
that mar call.
Teeth Inserted oa Vatotarra, Seaasa, oe QoL
rtAta, uaioroiomi aaauaisierea vdss oeeuwa
aagl-tf
q K. UBWlaa, Ul
orricB no its rEssTi.vARU atekcs,
Mm.IWlk and rart-A Area),
. W1BH1KOTOK UTT,
BMceetrnlie tenders his nrofeeslaaal eervleaa to
ths pablle liavlu had an extensive praetioe la
rallad.lpMa.he fiels himself fnllv oompeteattodu
oharee hie daty In every ease ahtoo au, b peeeealed
tohlsesre. " ,
Dr. a., has seearea ine njini io aee pas aewi mprvrv.
meat, retaaled by Pre. A . at. A J. L. Asay, rati.
adeliihla, Rr taiteeiae' aranoiai tcsid w iMn.niv-e.
or plillna plates, naleh preeiades Ik poaalblllty ef
ellva or forelea eaateriala seoretlag betweaa theas,
at the same ttoe readerlaf the operation more Iras,
aataral.aadof arare amity to the patleat.alepeBS.
lee with the ordinary modes of fastening ,ay rivet
lee or eolderlne, vhieh so often eaaese the iprlneiaf
of plaUi. aad ooaneiueatly aa imperfect adaptation
to the month.
Be would rrnxctfally Invite thopnelio to his offloe
to examine this Improvement. To do so Is lobe oaa.
vlaeed of IU sapcnorlty over all method, heretofore
The dental profimlon Is also Invited to oall and
examine Ite merits aad atulty. . . ..
Also, dentists eaa be famished with teeth of all
kinds, at a leas prioe than they oaa be boaaht sue
where. aov a tf
PAPER HANGING.
HUV8K DKCOHATOK1 . '
AND Ul'IIOtJTKKKKS.
We wonld reepKtfally aoUfy all ia want
of aa Upholsterer or Taper Hancer that we
are prepared to exeeato all work latnuted
to as In ths most saperlor auaner aad oa I he
shortest possible aetlee. All work done by
ns is nnder oar own immediate supervision,
and latlifactlon Ii guarantied In every ease
JOSKI-nT. K. P1.AKT CO.,
Mo. U0 D il reel, bet. Nlnlh and Tenth.
Betcr to hlesirs. LonU K. Perry it Co .
Dealers la Carpets, Oll-oloths, M ,oora'ret
Ninth! trcet aad Peamylvanla avenae.
lib
leXXHIUK ADORIIIKBTISI
A .n-
-iiwrn
PAPER HANaiNaS,
Or ALL OMADaV AND PRICESt
VirrantA HaM Haiitl Window BhidfJ. BOlT.
Jreea, and Ilia a Holland Shadee, all alxes; made to
order, . - . .
Auo, a handsome aaronment oi ricmre -oru ana
raMels. all size and oulora
FuTOhaidng for eash, and allowing no old steok to
accumulate, persons needing the abore gooda will And
It to their adrantajte to Rive me a call.
All work vcuita and DurjfjrintendtKl br Dractioal
men, who haTt Mned a regular apprtnUorahlp at
inrir iraae.
AatlalaoUon guarantied ,or no pay required
Pleaat glri me a call. Remember tbe number.
JOHN MABKK1TK&,
No 4M 8Tath street,
hot em aUgbt doon abore Odd Fellows' HalL
MISCELLANEOUS.
PnUIPKOTUS UK TIIK WKEKI.V
NAIIONAL KhPUULICAN.
The underalgned commenoed, In th menth uf
December lust, tbe puoncauon, in una city, ot
a weekly newspaper, oaJlad tha National Ileyub
Ixcan. It It printed on a large sheet, twenty -seven
by forty-two Inches, and It furnished at tha low
prices stated below.
It will oontain all the original matter or tha
dally .Mitioiuil J&puohcan, with tho eioeption
of looal news not interesting to ooontry aub
aoribera. lt will give full reports of tha prooeedinp of
uongraaa, ana or in otner aeparunenta oi u
National Oovertment,
lt will oontain all tha news of the dav. foreign
and domeetlo, market, Ac, Ao., aa well aa an
orlglial crrespoudenoe from all parta of th
country. The miscellaneous department will
receive special attention, and, in all respects,
the effort will be made to esublish tho oharao
ter of the National Uetiblican aa a Family
N'ewsnaner.
Washington bring now tho central point of
ho ourrentTnilllery operations, great auentioo
will be paid to furnishing the readers of tha
Nalwnal Xtwblwan with full, and especially
with accurals, accounts of tbs prograea of tha
ear lortna union.
In nnlitloa. the anner will be ReDublloan. ana-
talning tha Administration of Mr. Linooln, but
disclaiming, oowaver, any preicnaioa to oa m
organ o( ina preaiaanu
The It do other Republican paper In th Die
trtot of Colombia, or In tba vicinity of it, and
It It believed that recent evanta ham opened to
tuoh a paper an Important sanore of useful
effort. The time hat come, when the actual
administration of th (Internment upon Bepub
llcan principles will ezpliKlo the mitrepreten.
Utlont whlcb nav made tbote principles ao
distaattful to tha South.
But it la not only here, and In this vicinity,
that the projeotort of the .Yaftona! ifepuoltcan
hope to make lt useful. To the whole country
they offer a Journal which will ditouat national
piilttlc from a national standpoint, and whton
will never be swerved from patrlotio duty by
any overpowering pressure of loial Intareat.
TERMS OP RUBSCKIPIION
On copy, one year H0j
Three copies, on year 5.00
Plve copies, one year 7.00
Ten copies, one year 12.0 1
Twenty coplet, on yar 30.0
One oopy,ali montht 1.0)
Three ouplee, tlz montht 1.5)
Pive oopiet, six month 3.5
Ten copies, six montht 6.0
Twenty copies, tlz months ,, . .10.0
payments always In advance.
When a Club of subscribers hat been for
warded, ndditlont may be made to It on th
HHtne terms, lt la not neceasAry that tba tub.
acribnrs to a Club should reoeue their papers
Ht the aume post offloe.
Honey may be forwarded by mall, at our
riek. Large amount can be remitted In draft
u, .... Mn.Vn.lp Vt.lt.. .'Al..kl. a D.lll.
I'll aimvJU, .,nw . u, , iiiia' vifu,n, vi aiu.r
more; smaller amount in gold, or In not of
solvent bancs. Aaares
W. J. UURTAQH & CO,
Ittuawoton, J). O.
aov- Tha dallr Jlafional itevuhficnm 1 nab.
Ilahed every morning (Hundaya excepted) at
83.60 per annum, in aaranoe.
IIIMUIULL'S 91UDICATICD
JTJ COUUII CARUY,
tor vuuuhn,
COLDS,
BRONCHITIS,
INFI.UKNZA.
HOARSENESS,
Anil ull itieipienf Hagei oj LonrumjXion
For isle, wholesale and rttall,by
v.. uv.nj.un, Mruaaiii
Corner Maryland avenue and seventh st
and . Z. D OILMAN.
Pcnu. avenae, near lirowa'a llotel.
Charles Allen, W. B Entwiile,
u II Clark, Joho It. Major,
L M. Smith, B C Major,
II. II Mcl'bereon, J W. Nairn,
B O PoH, J, D O'Donael.
J P. Mllbnra, J. P. Daweoa,
Chirkl Molt, D. U Bldgely.
In Georgetown by KldwelBethorontSclwell, end
llaruard . .
Aod by Druggists and Botlen generally.
Ian la
y.Wl flCWl w,s ll"l''l" TALLOW AND
eHH'.VIwU A my (tinuw wauml, lor which
111. Iilfl'eot irloe Will be peiii.attlii Nillioal Boap
add Candle Works, Oretti ,trirt and the Canal
UeorretiiWO D.U C 1) JMVKLI.,
Piojritor
uir 1 tin
w
' AnlllNCl'tllN IKtlt'l' H'AU'riJltV.
"A an 1 l.l"-Q inaJHe lo l-fira to mtka aklrta.
A. utttttutt cm., lu a .hort Um, mak. per wttk, from
taloM. I&quUewpaiotlaniMafieTeutliat.
i r- ;-.
ttweQanl B,
nnnfa u man 1 .. im.i
W1 rlMOfa W.
486.1gpp486.
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eim rtRTRAiTs
- OF
Prominent Characters!
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PBANW& CARD PORTRAITS
or
IJtOMINBNT' tTHAHAOTKHS
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Istare rcrtralU Llae Eagravlsge Jest large
eaongh to enelwe in a comieoa Letter Eovtlop frr
si'kfyleg the eartoaltf of dliual f leads, or to or
nament a PhotofaphloAlbem. For collee Ion
May are michlopeilor 10 Pholographi, at they will
last ror llaMreae r Tee i.
our ikrutar is ?n all oub pudli.
CAHOSS
Prire. fbr ilaile conies. 10 cenla. Twenty eoples
for tl. A very liberal dlsooaat te the trsds.
nc TURKS, VAPJ or BOOKS leat to inyed.
dren In the Velted Sutes aad Caaadu, FIIEK or
rOlTAQE. Ths money mast secompany every
order.
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Publjsbrrs k Practical Lllhograpaers,
No S20 8tv.vru STaxrr, Foua Doom Abovi
D, IT BTitSS, WuniN'OTON.
No. SI Meiicoint's Row, Boston, Mim.
A3-Lilt of rortralta, March, 1861, Published
Monthly. Barlaedt
' PATRIOT.
Miuraar Orrlcaas:
L Ueorce Wsshlagtoa.
i. ii.a. Wlaflsld oeott.
54. Uea. Pope.
57. " Cam jr.
58. Joba Coohraae.
UeClcllaa.
uumside.
Batlcr.
Andenon.
WomI.
Ituik..
s. uoi. uaier
0.
Uoreoraa
.1.
J. K. alurphx,
42.
E IUworth.
Lee, 2otb Him
Caller, ctb. Wis.
Haves. (3d ra
Spragae.dov.ef.u.
bhodelalaad '64.
Lvoa. ea,
Slgel (8.
Champlle, Third
f remunt.
Koeoraas.
I 87.
saioouaa.
Caldwell, El.v
Hclatselmaa.
lil.aktr
JohaA. Dlx,
Darrra.
rrauklla.
Jsmeeoa.
J U Richardeoa.
atoDoweii.
Bloklee
amith.
MoUaU.
Bloeam.
K. King.
Pits Joho Porter,
oafb Malja.
88 " Robert Cowdla,
89. " Poe.iul aitch.
70. E. V. Connor, 2d
tTlM a.ia.
II. " Weodbaiy, 4th
nicni.aa
II. " S O. Hnuaon..
Klflh Pann.
24. '
24. '
71. " S. Meredith, ltth
Indiana
74.
Innee, let Kng.
aod Mi eh.
lllnk,lhUiff.
H.rtlodJe. 75
Lander. 76
J.e Laae.KansaalT.
brleade.
ttjit. m.id. 78
C'ouoh. 79
Nelson h Dsvls',
lin ji&v
RarshauifOihMe
ung., lean
11 ..saehaeett..
KitRiisoa.oooi.
Keyee.
lluell.
80
riiumti.
as otli
HarcooV,
11 ulrck
lioablcdsy.
Hooker.
Oiant
A. Porter.
Hiooks
llonll.
K.lm.
Oar hsl I, I alien
U. 8. torce. In
N.w Meal o.
K. K. Jscbon,
91.
9th P. It. U.
82 Lt. Col. Fslichlld.M
WUooaala.
83. C. Parhaea,
29th Peaa.
84 ' A. a. Stev-
eaa.SdMjeh
15.
Camere.
19UIad
oatrtat.
It MsJorSooit.'itthFa.
tt. " J. gi.vvoi, 2d
N. II.
it. " ana. si.
It. Wadsworth
m. 'i Sumner. 88.
to. " Shimta.
tl. " PrapcIjMetghr.,
it Cooper. 89.
U " llunfr.
51. ' Stin.n.ld. 90.
55. " Wm. P. Barry.
Che Zigaoyl
Prfmom'e IS
liuard.
Joaiph Hayis,
ltth Mali.
Aejt. C. If.
D.su,2dWU.
Naval Ornctaa:
tt. Com. Ooldibirough. I 91. Capt. Davla.
e J. Foote. let. " Wiikae.
91. Depoat I
Stavumsv axo Clvuuaa:
98. Abraham Lincoln,
Prcsldint.
97. Old.OB Welles, Bio'y
of Navy
98. K. H. S teuton, Secr'y
of War
99. T. A Sejtl.A'it. Seo
ol War.
100 Hon. J. Uolt.ofKy.
lot. . 8 A. Douglas,
tti " ifsarywiuoc.
irjj. " P. r. BUIr.
lot. Joha llrowo
108 Papson Urownlow.
DiiTixociinsD Lamas:
100. Sirs. Abrshsm Llocoln.
107. ' J.s is Premont
lot. Parson ltrowaijw's daughter.
TRAITORS.
109 ja.'. Davis.
110 A. B. Btephect.
111. osn. Beaaregard.
11.. a. tt. Johnston.
111. Lee.
ill. " Hardee.
lis. Otn. VcDuffle.
lid Jo. Johnson.
ltl " Bea Mcuailoeh
us. " riey
1 il. Ka 4eaator Maaeei.
Hi. - BlldeU.
V. B Various other plotures la work.
AGENTS WANTED,
IN ALL THE CAMPS AND CITIES 11 s D. B
6KND FOR CIltCULAR AND TERMS.
WE WILL MAKE IT AN OBJECT
TO URTERPRISINO BBS.
CHAPLAIN!, IOJTMA8fK118, and all inch,
who ean'epare a ut Is time, end fiel inclined to hay
and .ell, should supply tbs mm in the camps with
9ur beautiful and life like eer'.pleterss.
DEAL WITn US DIRECTLY aad you UI re
ottve Diet claie work aid get ths Lowest Prloes.
I'lCTUHLS OF COLUNELS AND OTHERS,
aol on our List,maje to order, at reeionable prloei
gvlng to you the exourlve isle AND THE
I'ltOKITS
CAMP CCENEb', with portralu of th Starr aad
Field Officers made to order, as all other Li tho
graihlc Woikdonelathe most artistic style.
Book For The Soldiers!
THE
OIPPXOjtUXlLfS
or oca
vji'iojt jirjui' im jfarir,
THEIK LIVK8.
T1IEIH POIITHAITH.
This volume contalaa the TORI RAITS (One
line engravlege) and BIOQRAI'IUKS of each of
ihe foilonieg prcmloent Odlceri:
(lens Aulrreon, Banki, Ujtlir, Burnil le, Blenk
er, Barry, John Ccetiraue, Ciucb, Die, Duryaa,
Frantlla, Fremont, Ifelutanlmae, Laue, Lyon,
Man II Id McClellao, tlouowell,KICOardiM,K"M.
cran., Hlcklli.aigel, Scott, Slocnm and Wool. C.I-.
Crrcorau, Ciwdln (i,t Mai .) and EUrworth. Com.
Dupont,aad Ctt,t, Wllk'l
The publkhire tried to proiuee a bo k eneutlally
fer the ioldlers. complete, e mpect, el gent snd
cheap to be carried1 with them in their knspssehs
or poeksu wlthoat takiag up more room tht a
.null I'oeaeuuoie.
The price for each volume
bound Inotath toots,
bound ia elegant cloth, with beveled
edges and gill nets.
As Ihe demsnd for this work will, no doubt, be
lerse and the production of it ooiopirallvely alow.
oo aeoouet of the great number of engravings it
contains, orders should be rent aeo early tie by
all those who wish to be scrvid speedily, aa we shall
execute each order ia ite turn.
L. PRANO ft CO ,
No,9'40,8evinth at., four doors above D,
upstairs, Wxhlagloa, D. C.
,N B All ordere, eocompanlsd by Ihe money, ad
dfenel to our Washington Houve, will be prouipt'y
attested to, aad forwarded to aay camp, or city, by
tuU, free of charge. , pur 11
BIO Seventk pt. OICH
,e ft v .t i"h' '" I
5IO OREAT 8AL.E BIO
i it or
tiottt Krw aajl BaaUhl Frtih Good.
p. j..amLilB:w co.,
auamt ansaaaa' laane.
Tana Kmbla
QUARTERLY SPRING SALE
OF
Flic lewtlrr, Ittrlli' Birrfe-riattf Wirt,
MMivnrm em and faikt otal and
jPi rnoTOOKAranuau.tPLXtt.
DID MJTOMATIHOS, rAUtTisoa,
j'Kimts, vaton daovzx. '
MtoirrM cAtzs, pturvimr, nircr soaps,
I every variety.
SrLCKDf D TABLE AND POCKRT CUTLEBY,
8TATIOSERT, AC ,
la Job Lot, to suit purchasers, commencing
THIS (MONDAY) MORNING, Much 3,
And coolinna Thirty days.
We respeotfally beg laar to oall th attanttot
of the entire community', Dianas, Housi-
tarns, Ac, and every person in want
of a dollar'! worth of Una new
goods, atsuchprloes as
defy competition', ,
As follows
RcmenibtrOne Price Otttyl
Splmdid Caejeo, Hassle, Lava aad
Carbaaele setts..... at to 88, for l 00
Bpleadld Mtaatare, Floreatla aad
PalaUag t to 8, lor 1.08
Splendid Gold Stone Jet aad
Faaoj...., ..,.,,310 I, for 100
Kiegaat uorai, saajaeiea varvaa.
ols
Kiegaat (Janet, Coral aad Tar
. 4 to I, for l.oo
qsots, (virrnne,)
, 6 to lo, for l.oo
Saperlor Enameled aad Opal Clas
ter
, 8 to 12, for l.oo
Plata, Chased and Enameled
Bracelets 4 to 10, for l.M
Coral, Oaraet and Opal, (very
(lee.t 10 to 15, for 2.00
atosato, verai and Enameled
Brooches tto 7, for 100
Cameo, Lava, Coral and Mlalatare
Pie id (.for W
Oeird.VeetaadClut.lsinChelee Sto 8, for l.M
baaias' uaraei aa varoaaeie
Reeklaoes 8 to 10, for l.M
uaraea, oaroaaue aad oavx ecus
Stads aad Bottom tto 1,(01.04
ria aieeve-Battoas and stads,
(separate,) (to
Oeata' Clacter Boeomrina (with
a, for M
cbalasj 4 to 8, for 100
ueata' carbaaeis, coral aad Oar.
astSoarfPlas tto ,for 100
riae ajoeaets, ror two aaa fonr pic.
tares tto 5, for 1.00
uuiarns' uarnnasis and Garnet
Armlets., tto 8, for 1.00
aeai aaa stone set ringer Rings,
(Invarietr,) tto I, foe l.M
uoia rvns, (witn cxieaiioa auver
casee,) 3 to I, for IM
The rollowlng lote orailTCPlateel Wear
are er the Beet Make lea Ike Trade, atari
re Wfarranatcd to be Daakle Hirer
Plaledoai the beet material, and eqwal
In quatllla to aair Plated OooJe eold by
th beet regwlated lUtuee i
Pall setu Elegaat Tipped and Threaded Ta
ble Bpooas fortl M
" Tipped aad Threaded Ta
ble Foiki for 1.50
" " Tipped aaa Threaded Tea
Spooae to match for 1.00
Splendid Extra Hlver plated Olive aad
Threaded Table Peeks. 1. 1 for 100
tplcadid Extra Silver plated Olive aad
Threaded Table Spooae for too
We sell:
riao SUv.rpUud Cape, Mage, Ooklota, Salt
Stands, la every pattern. ..retell pries at, for l.Ot
Kiegaat Bllrer plaUd Cake aad Card Bac
kets worth tt.K, for t.ot
Th attention of our numerous patrons It re
quested to our Large and Choice Selection
of Gold Leaf and Enameled Rosewood
Photograph and Ploture Framet,
Union Daguerreotyp Caws,
In every alt In tha Trad.
We eie selllag 'these goods from 50 cts. to 82. W
ltted la order, bring st per eeat. leas than the
makers' retell prioe.
We are Agenls for the Salt of
HcCLAIN'S CELEBRATED
COLOQNB3, EXTRACTS, and
COCOANDT HAIR OILS,
aan aum roa
MERCHANT'S COLOGNES, EXTRACTS, ETC,
also roa
WORSLEY'S HONEY, ALMOND,
PALU AND WINDSOR BOAP8;
ALSO, TAYLOR'S,
Put up In Family Boxes, to ault purchasers,
Wholesale and Retail.
Also, full lines or Notions and Fancy Qoods,
all of wbtch we offer at the Manufacturer'
Frio, without any freight added.
The Trad, Dealers, Sutlera and Pedlars ar
respeotfully Invited.
Wif guarantee to sell at New York nnd Phila
delphia prices, orjwruh in the attempt.
W are bound to sell oheaper than the
oheapest delivered free.
Ladles and Gentlemen give tit an early call,
It makes no difference whether you buy or not;
look over our full lines of
F,ne Jttetlry.&lcer rtattd Wart, Uitl and Jdjncy
flumej, i'v7rotrfnjj, Plcfuret, Perfumery,
SMp, Staple and fancy Goods.
mr Gentlemanly clerks are always ready to
Walt on you.
mioiilv lMroaravr to
AMBROTYPE AND OAQUtRREAN ARTISTSI
both la the cllyand eurroundlng country, Ac.
In addition to our large buslntss, w. have added
a large and cholee slock of mbrotype and daguer
rean materials, lush as
UNION CASKS,
Every lit la tbe Tisds
DOUBLE GILT DANKER CASES,
every alie made
UNION GILT 'FRAMES,
every sirs made.
PANCY aad OVAL MATIS aad PRESERVEBS,
every alia la the Trade.
KXCF.LSIOH IRON PLATES,
every size mide.
MM.AINOTYPE AND VENUS PLATES,
tvtry siss made.
CUT CROWN GI.A8S,
every sre In lh Irsds
We guarantee to sill this stock at or near the man
nfactnrrn' prices
Oar printed PRICE LIST i-ot free to any ad
dress
Orders from the Camps prorcp ly attendil to.
Store open from 7 30 a. m. to 9.80 p. m
Hemembst the number 510610 510 tilo T 10.
P, J. BELLE W A CO.,
Manifaelarert' Aginu, '
matt WtAhlngtoa.D.r,
RAILROADS, ETC.
Oa aad after MONDAY, rebrnarr I, , the
Peaaeaeir Tialna Utwaea Waablnetna aad Balll
aeon will raa u follows i
SlMDmlltnattumrTlMttand dtrari ra ITaMinafaH
Alas' during fa. weeik, and fun en Aiiwfayt.
VOS PlflLADRI.PIItA AXI) NEW YORK
Leave Waihlaetniifla,m.,ll a m,andtp.m
FORBALTIMORK-laveWasblngtoiiateaod
7 40 a ra .and a and 4 p. m.
fUK AnnArUlilO-AI IWLII , and IDiDi
OR PHILADri.t'lItA-Allp u.
FOR IIARHI8BURO aad the NORTH and
WEST Leave Waablagtoa at e a. m., and t or I
p. m.
IUI A a.vb.ivn.! i..w . in , muu y. u,.
TRAINS MOVINO NORTH.
MonlBf KKprees Vtate Waehingtov 6 M a. m.
dlntra at Bali ia-ore T.M a. aa. t Philadelphia lt 0 y
aa. I New Tork ip,nt Ilirrlsburf l ta p ra.
onlaf Aaxommodatluit leave Watthlogloa at
t 0a. ta. Arrttt at Daltlmore 31 a.m. No oon
BMetleeja at Baltimore. This Is tbe morning connce
UoflforAnaa.'olli
Ifaw I orkMaUTralateara Washington at 11 a m.
Arrtre at Baluaaora 11 40 p. m., x-hlladelphla ft 17
p.m.1 New YorKlOp aa
rhlladelpbla Train leavee WaahlDgton at 3 p. ra.
reaching Baltimore at 4 60 p m . and l'lilladelpht
atdOp. oa.
Aftenoon Aeoomraodatloti leirc Washington 4 00
p m. Arrive at Baltimore eoop ra. lSotODDtMlona
at Baltimore, This la tha Afternoon connection lor
Aanapotla
KveulBf Kxprtae leavi Waahlngton A p. to. Ar
rite at Baltimore 6 42 p m , PhiUdelphialOMp.m.t
Naw Tork 4 a. m., llarrisburg 1 a. ra.
On Saadajs, laava Washington at t-00 aad a 00 p
sBeOtilyj
Tbe 1.00 it. b. tints frOB Waahlngton eonnecta
through to new York trerj day during the week.
THAINR MOVINd RnnTtT.
Leave New Tork at t a m.i PhlladelolilalLtQa
B't Baltimore 4.00 p. b Arrive at Wa-titogton6 63
p. Be
iare New Tort at 6 p ra. Philadelphia lO.M p.
aa., Baltiaort 4 JO a m. Arrire at WtuhJngton e ia
a.m. v
Leave new totk at ii p. m j rnnadeipnia a zn a.
li Baltimore T.M a. m. Arrive at WMhlntrton
9. a. in
Local A6eommodaUon tTralna leave llaltlmore at
9 a. b. and 4 34 p. m. tor Waahlngton ; arrive tin re
at U a. m, and ft 4a p. m.
On flnndavs at 4 so nod T 8ft a. ra. only from Haiti
more. No AnnapoiU or Frederick connection, on
Sunday.
Faaaaaarer TralaaleavlnVTaahlnatonatT.40a hi
aad 4 10 p. m , and Baltimore at 7 3 a, m aud 4 U
p. ma make direct oonnecUoaa for Annapolis at lite
junction, i oe t ao a. m. ana ine at p. m. cuimec ni
Relay for Frederick! lIagentown,i.o .Lo .except
Baa day!
Traaaa leave Aaaapolle for Baltimore and Wash
tagioa at ba a. ra. and 3.40 p. m.
Paaaeager Trains Icavug Washington at 6.00 a. m
11 a. b. aud lp.t-i and Baltimore at 44IQ ai.d l.Zt
a. B . Will Sfa SfUy ml JiMMpalu Jtmiii'm.
Way Faraeagera must take the AccoiwdMivn Train
Trains will leave Washington and Baltimore
pnmtttt lapsia card Nim, exceptlnK that the 4 SO a. m .
7 3$ a B.tand4p. m. irelna will waltsotrilnntfi. If
necceauy. to secure the raetjenctrs and JlaiU lrom
th. Kwt
YOU IICK AND WOUNDKD SOM)tkK?.
A sp ctai car, with an attended, uUli bed, wilt
leave Waanlniton twice a week for IMitladcliihia n
rvct, at 11 a. m , tor tha accommodation or ick and
wounded k Idlers.
W. r. SMITH,
feb S Maetar of Traaaportailon , Bait.
TJEB. O, 18H. KKU. O, IM'JI.
K0BTUEBH CENTRAI, RUMV'AV,
Tba shortest, quickest, and best route from Bai:.
more to tha
WEST, NORTH, AND NORTHWEST.
WINTER SOHEDULK.
oiiAPiaK ok Tiair.
On and after Sunday. Keb'y 9, 1342, Parnate r
Tralaa uitl arrive and depart from Calvert Station
u follows t
TKAlNtf NOKTU LKAVK.
Hall, at MS A.M.
Buffalo Kxprsee lUO 1 M
Parttton AeootaodaUou 4.oo l. ll
rittaourf aad Barrbburg ExpretM 6.C0 p. M.
TBAINS SOUTH ARK1VK.
Parataa Aeooanmo1at.en,at...... aoo a. M.
Buffalo Kzprea- M) A.M.
Plttabmrg and Ilarrlaburf Expreas 'l.oo I. t.
Mall.,... ."....; t3 3ai P.M.
Tneu a. laUiTainrrom waaninittonoonnecuwitn
the SUA. If. Train Irom BtlUmore for tlie Waat,
aad for Buffalo, Elmlre, Roahelr, PunkErk.Canan
dalxua. aad Mlaarara Kails, atxl tot titw Vork
atf.
Tae ii A.m. lrainrromwuniajftoiiconarctw-iui
tha a.00 P. M. Trsin from lUlUmoH.to Wtt.NoiL'i
aad Northwest, and Klmlra and ZtotTalo aod Ko
ehettr.
Tbe a oo p. M. Train from wailifrtzlon oonnecti
with the IS0CU. Trlo fnun Baltimore for 1111.
bur. Harr libera: and th Wel, unl In a dlrrrt coo
eotiesfor Lebanon. Kacton, Alien town, aud New
Tork, tie Central Railroad of Naw Israey.
Try ihia roata to New York.
JO- Tha only Train leaving Baltimore on bandar
le tbe 8 SO P.M. Train, for U.rrleburg, PUUMuy.
Chloaco and the West
The only Tram ftirlvlnf In Baltimore o flo.U
HthIMA.ll. Train.
tebt J. N. DcHAIlUY.Sup't.
fJKW, lOATI-NKW OAK.
JOB BOSTON, Mjk
NEW LOKOON.NOBW1C11 , and WORCKS1 iC,
DAI LT,
(Sundays Kxaepted.)
At 6 O'clock, F. tf.,
raoif
PIKR 39 N. B,, PXJOT OK VKSTRY bl KKKT.
Tbencwandma(4BiiccntflUamcrCITYOK ItOS
TON. Wm WIlcoxiAommaodsr, lrom New Yirk
Tuesdays, ThurattsjTS, and Ratnrd&ya ; and from
Alljn's Point Moudaya, Wednesdays, and Krl
da a.
The nawaadmanlOoent steamer CITY OFNKW
TOBK.Tkomaa . Jewctt,oomaandr. from New
York Mondays, Wednedas, and Vrldafe: fron"
Allyn's Point Tuesdays, Tburaaaye, and tSatur
daya.
Tbeee two saw ateairera hav bn built exprtwly
for this route, with all modern bnmovementa, In
dadlnc Water Tlfht Compartment, aud ae the
onlv ateaiin ever built for iMug IOind boaad,
with this great life pre ft v log improvtiunt.
Condaotora aooompany the atcamera each way.
Passengers proceed froaa Allyo'f Point Imrar
dUuly on arrival of rteamere.by Kxprew Train to
Koatoa, Woroesur. Locll, Lawrt:ce, Kitchborg
Nashua, Concord the White Uouuialoa, Aa , .U.
Paraeaerartturlna; from Helton leave tbe Derol
of the Boston a-d Worceeter railjd at 1 8i P, M
Woreeter7 P. M.,armlof at AUyn'ti Point 9 JO
Freight taken at the Lowest Rates, and delivered
is Boston early tbe next iay.
State Room) le abundance can be had oi board
steamers, or atthaBotou or New York cRccs, la
advance. E. S. MAUI IN. Agent
as t.ft-6m Pier 89, N. B.
F
B BOSIOH. VIA flKWTOllT
Anu
tVALtL iiivr.u.
By the splendid and superior steam- -Tl
era METROPOLIS, EMPIUK ,CCE53C
STATE, BAY STATE, and STATE fllrAaNT:.
of great strength and speed.but particularly adapted
to the navigation ef Long Island Bound, running In
connection with the Kail Blver and Old Colony
railroad, distance of aa mites only to Booton
Leave Pier No R, North river, near Die llattery.
The steamer fcMPiRE STATE, Capt. Brayten,
Mondays, Wednewliy, and Friday , at i o'clock, P,
M.. touching at Nawjeort each way
The iKturver METROPOLIS, Capt. Brown, on
Tuendays, 1 buradava, and .Saturdays, at 4 o'clock,
P. M., touching at Newport each way.
These iteamere are fitted with coromodlua attte
rooms, and every arrangement for tbe security and
oomfort of pafMngera.who are afforded by tbis route
a ntght'i rut on board, and, on arrival at Fall river,
proceed per steamboat train, reaotiing Boston early
me louowiDg nonuDBi ur ramy rvuuiin uu uuunj un
uj siarnsg ui uii ocJiijniaiioij . n a. n
by
wbioh they may reach Boston about 8 44 A. U.
A baacaie matter la attached to each steamer, who
receive and tickets the baggage, and accompanies
the same to Ua deetlnaUea.
A steamer runa.ln coonectlon with this Une.be
Iweeo Fall river and Providence, daily, txoept Sun
days Freight to Boston is forwarded through with greit
dispatch by an Kxprers Train, which lavra tall
river every morning. Sundays excepted, at 7'i
o'clock, for Boston aad New Bedford, arriving atiU
destination at about ll A. M.
For IrcIgLtnr paiaK. apily on board, or atth
o(Qoe,on Pier No. 8, North river For atate roonu
andberthx, apply on board, or if detlrcd to eecurt
Ui(.mln advance, to
Wtf.flOr.DrN, Agent.
auglT tf TOandTl We-tMreet N Y
M"KW YUKK AND JCHIK Jt.t IMiu I.
Paaacnger Tralna leave vi Faionla i,Ttypry
and Long Dock, from foot of ChaiLbera 'rfrtf,-td.
New Yora, aa follows, via:
At T A. M.. EXPBE3S, for Dunkirk, and lluffaJo,
and principal Intermediate Buttons.
At A. fc , MAIL, for Dunkirk, and t utertue-llate
Stattoaa. Tbia Train remains over night at sJri'rn,
and proceeds the next morning.
Atw A. M.( MILK, dally, fur OUatllle, dill Jour
mediate Stations.
At 11 A.M .ACCOMMODATION, dally.for Port
Jervis.aiidprlDslpal statio&et
At 4 P. M., VYAY.for W.iJletown, Kcnlofh,
and intermediate Hutlonn
A16P M.tNIUUl EXFUKSS, daily, Mr Dun
lirk .Buffalo, Canaudalgua, aod prlucirn,. HuHaus,
IheTralnof baturdayatupa at all Uall Ira.t.Ma
tlcna, aad ruui only to h Imlra
At P H , AtJCOMMOlJeWJON, lor Uorn-i-vllle,
and piinrlpal Kutloa-
UUAH MLNOr Oen'l "apt.
NATI1ANIKLMAKHU. HieMlvnr luM
rxTKAvrin vi
Tf ru
AT THII OFFIOII
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