Newspaper Page Text
c J . A it 1 -w AHTWOTOI, D?C.V
MONDAY, - NOV. 10, 1808.
OCR HEW DRKSI.
We present onr paper trxlsy to cur patrons
In n new drew. Vc cinnot promise as to lis
first appearance, as new tvpes always present
that sharpness of outline which rnnleis t
difficolt lo get good Imprnvlona till alUr sonio
davit' use. We aliall remedv any defects of
tbln aort aa anon aa possible.
It ia hardly nertrsary for na to say trntr.
have) Incurred considerable additional expenae
In malinfr this Important change, and that the
toenailed and "till Increasing price ol paper
devolves upon us an expenditure which we
tear mnt lead lo higher rates of charge lor
ihe RepiilJtexn. We can, however, say that
no pains nor xpene will be spared by in to
Mai the Jiejnibliean one of tli licM papers
in Washington; and this we can say, without
one disparaging word of our neighbors, (or
hanl work, energy, and enterprise are open to
Kai h di parln ent of onr per will be under
the control of gentlemen fully qualified for their
tasks, who ttill ilo all in tlirir power, eueh In
his sphere, to maUe Ok Republican oneol Hie
lint papers in llie country We shall add,
from time to time, aueli editorial strength as
we can safely secure within the limits of a
reasonable" expenditure, and male such tm
provements anil add such new features as our
increasing circulation and llie demands of the
We shall sustain the Administration in a
thorough and vigorous prose, utlon of the war,
and in all tbuw measures which make for the
ntrengtli, gnatness. prtoily, ami glorj of
our eominrai foontry.
We are nhtl alatrry in imr Innermost moral
onvic tions,and we can upon no tousldt-ralioiis
of a tinie-servinf liey conwnt to tnregn
llierexiiivlMiiins, or In male a trine with
slaveholder-mud their alrttftr,N'nrtli or Smith,
for any seemiuj'. temporary imln We ian
never consent to strike hands with traili
nor make n temporarv ami disgraceful pmie
with Hip slate oligarchy, nnr nllownl its in
silent domination over the ititereots mihI lib
erties lr fn-e Jieople
We tiehete tl,e I ime hai fully oine to (mill
this slave power, and that we liave both the
i nutitutinnHl right and the ability to do it.
We only need say, therelore, in i one lusion,
that the RrpuMuaii will pit-serve the even
tenor of ibi nay, and will lie as uncompro
mising tmvards the aim c powi r hi reader as
it has been hfritnfme We ask only tint n
generous public shall gite us tliut patronage
which naturally In longs to un iiiclepeneiVnt
journal in the national capital
HKMOVAX OF QEN. MrCI.KH.A.N.
The removal ol den. Mct.'lellan occasions
little snrprt", being regarded aa the natural
sequence ol the Northern elections. " Imbe
cility" (we use John Van Bnren's word) In
the conduct of the war having been the great
point made by the Democracy, their partial
secccsa on that issue could he construed In no
oilier way thai) as un Indication of a popular
wish that there should be ii chan.ro in the
command of our principal nrmy. To this
wb, the President has promptly and patrioll.
cally responded, and tret Denim ratio party may
be assured liat they are now to have that
"more vigorout" proution of the wur for
which they have clamored. Whether they
will relish it, or not, after they get it, Is an
TUB POLITICAL, FIELD.
Tho three great Northern States have been
carried by the Democratic party, In the recent
elections, but only by the small dust of the bal
ance. Three thousand In Pennsylvania, five
thousand In Ohio, and (probably) twelve thou
sand In New York, mark the extent of their
majorities. Their aggregate does not ex
ceed the Republican majority In Massachusetts
These doubtful Democratic triumphs In Ohio,
Pennsylvania, and New York, and which
would have been miserable defeats If tho sol
diers In the army bad been at home, afford but
a sorry basis for the exultations of which they
have been ihe occasion.
It only needs that military success, which
the Administration la both able and determined
to achieve within the next elity days, to com
pletely crush this now so Jubilant Democratic
taction, and to convert Its nominal recent sue
1 1 sees Into the means of Its lasting defeat. So
Ur as It has secured power in the next House
of Representatives, It has done so by false pre.
lences, which will be exposed by the responsl
Mllly whleti will attend the exercise of that
power. If tl,ej bad been really wise, they
woold have preferred the position of being in a
minority In tutu branches of Congress until
after the Presidential election of 18M. That Is
always a vantage ground for those who hate
no measures of their own, which thej dare to
laau upon, auu wuoao strength consists In
tsklng advantage or the difficulties of public
affairs. If the war continues, theso Demo,
crats In the House must vote all the nccessart
appropriations of men and money, and must
Impose or continue all the taxes necessar) to
sustain the public debt They must take the
hitter with the sweet, the responsibilities or
power with its enjoyments.
But, In troth, th's Democratic faction will
have ctased to exist as an organized political
body before the next Congress assembles. It
has no other existence, and Wat not had for
long years, except as an adjunct of the slats
power of the South, tho hours of which arc al.
rta'dy numbered. The fatal 1st day of January
l close at hand, and no lamentations hero or
elsewhere will prevent the going Into force,
when that time comes, of the lmmortsl procla-
raauon ox pcpt-csnpvr rc. i no social revolution
which It wlu achieve at the South will not be
more d eclairs than Unpolitical revolution which
It will achieve at tho North. There U1 no
longer be a phalsni of slave States to rule the
country by Its compact force. The old formula
of a united South agalnit a divided North,
which was worked successfully for a generation,
and which would have succeeded for yet an In
definite period longer, If the Southern leaders
had not, In a moment of Infatuation, voluntas
rlly yielded power In the nation, In the vain
hopo of a separate emptret this old formula wilt
lie unavailable hereafter. The whole system of
Democratic politics goes down with the sun
which sets upon negro slavery.
The Administration occupies an Impregnable
vantage ground. By the samo blow by which
It annihilates slavery It will annihilate theDcm.
ocratlc party organisation. The men Just dec
ed to Congress by that party will not know to
what party they belong when Congress meets.
The heathen may rage, and the people may Im
agine a vain thing, but this Is to be the Inevita
ble Issue of events.
The telegraph announces that the three hun
dred Sioux Indians, who have been on trial be
fore a court-martial for murders committed In
Minnesota, have been condemned to be hanged,
and that the sentence only awaits the approval
of the President.
Wo have received a copy of a pamphlet print
ed t Si. Paul by James W. Taylor, entitled
"The Sioux War ; what shall we do with It 7
The Slonx Indians) what shall we do with
them I" It Is written with great force, and
shows the extent and depth of the feeling which
the recent atrocities of the Sioux have aroused
in tne aonnwest.
The proposition urged In this pamphlet, la
the transfer of the entire body of the Sioux In
dians, after executing those whose Individual
participation In murders shall have been Ju
dicially established, to Isle Ragale In Lake Su
perior, there to be kept under watch aud ward,
like Insane people, or wild beasts. The writer
argues that their neighborhood to white settle
ments cannot longer be permitted, and that the
old policy of removal West Is Inapplicable,
there being now no such region to which they
can be transferred.
The occupation by the whites of the manntaln
ranges commencing at the head waters of the
Missouri, has already commenced, and there Is
no longer any unpeopled space left open for the
The number of these Sioux, or Dakotahs, Is
stated at thirl thousands, of whom one half,
sometimes called Tetaos, lite west of the Mis
souri, principally In the vicinity of the Black
Hills These Black Hills, reported by Lieut.
Warren two years ago lo be auriferous, are one
hundred nnd lit enty miles west of Fort Pierre
on the Missouri, and are aeccsslblo nearly to
their base by the navigation of the Shayenne, a
tributary of the Mlssonri.
It Is plain that the sands of the Indian races
within the United States are well nigh run out.
Nothing can prevent their speedy extinction aa
tribes, although their blood may survive In some
small degree, by intermixture with that of the
all-conquerlog and absorbing white mau.
-Mr. Taylor states, In his pamphlet, that it Is
but sixty days' travel, at the slow pace of oxen,
from the wheat fields of Minnesota to the gold
bearing region between Fort Benton on the Mis
sourl and Walla-Wallu on the Columbia, and
that if the Sioux were out of the wa), regular
emigrant routes to the Pacific slope would at
once tie established, on Gov. Stevens's lino of
the 47th parallel of latitude, or on the line of
Noble's wagon road on the 45th parallel.
LUsr I.YNNE. This Herllng plat drew fash
ionable and crowded houses at (trover's the
Miss Lucille estcru, who U deservedly a
great favorite with the Washington public, per
eonated the Lady Isabel Vane. She rendered
this character In all Its different phases with
wonderuu tragic power and effect, showing a
grasp of Intellect, power of delineation, life
like conceptions of character, and Intense and
proud passlou, such as Is possessed by few
ladles on the stage. We believe she continues
Mr. L. P. Barrett appears In this piece as Sir
I rancls Levlson, a fashionable gentleman and
libertine who betrays the Lady Isabel, In a tit
of Jealous), to forsake her husband and elope
with him. This Is not a character to bring out
Mr. Barrett's powers. It Is simply that or a
mere w alklng gentleman, yet In Mr. B.'a hands,
It becomes a prominent part In the piece. Wo
have seen other actors do the part, but never
saw it rendered so admirably as In this Instance.
Mr. Barrett will, at no dlsUnt day, stsndlnthe
tront rank or his profession. In the opinion of
many, ouricltes among Ihe number, he stands
We trust we are to witness his Old Fagln, In
"Oliver Twist," and some others of his best
characters, before he leaves Washington.
Mr. Charles Barron, the Archibald Carlyle
of this piece, was particularly good) and all
frequenters of that place or amusement must be
struck with tho rspld Improvement or this
jnung genlleraun. The promise orblsjouth
will be realized In his maturer yrara, when ho
will stand In the foremost ranks of the histrionic
A speclel dispatch to the Eoenlng iw.orsat
urday, sa)s thot Ihe President has tendered to
Schuyler Colfax the Secretaryship of the Inte
rior, In ihe event of Secretary Smith's accept
ance of the Judgeship or the United States Su
Pursuing the Alabama,
Tho Ino, a sailing war tessel, left this port
testerdayt the sailing frigate tiablno has left
New Loudon, and the Vanderbllt and Dacotah
are under sailing orders. It Is understood that
they go to search for the Alabama. The mer
chants of this city, meanwhile, aro discussing
tho propria) or sending some fast vessel, tho
Dreadnaught, for Instance, to aid In Intercept
ing tho pirate Semmea. The Ino Is a ship or
eigrot unnurrct unci Dinctt-ure tons, saiu to do
very fast, and mounts nine guns. The Sabine
Is a Urst-class frigate, tolerably fast, and Is ra
ted at fifty guns. She probably carries less, but
has cry hoavy metal. The Vanderbllt Is ono
of the swiftest ocean steamers afloat, nronelled
by paddles, aud mounts fourteen guns, someof
whtcn are terv neavy. inc uacotan is a 6ioop.
ot-nar, propeueii uy a screw, ana mounts set en
guus bhould the Alabama encounter one or
more of the squsdron, she would depend for
safety on tho relative speed of her pursuer, for
ftemmts unuld not fight his antagonist.
Once upon the track and the pursuing fleet In
position, the At ilismn enuM tinreariltv run flown.
Hunmer. wilt lulled And It difficult to evade
capture, aud must, of necessity, cease his ilep
rcditlous, lor a continuance or his piratical
pursuits would lead our ships to their prey. It
Is understood that several other teasels are
either eu routo or under orders for this servile.
Captain Semnue will, of course, resort to
ivery subterfuge to avoid copturc. His tutor
Ite ruse wll probably be repeated, that of hoist,
lug the British flag. The English Government
have, had the red cross Insulted by this same
privateer, who has disregarded the onsular
certificates of that nation, and It Is ststed in a
morning popcr that on the representation ortho
British Consul here, Admiral Milne, command
lag her Brlunlc Majesty'a squadron In Ameri
can waters, has ordered three British vessels of
war to pursue her and bring her to account,
A", Y. Commercial,
Tlte Ohio lXleellouatloii, John llnlehlua.
We nnd In a Clnclnnatlpapcr a carefully con
sldered analysis, by Hon. John Hutchlns of the
present Congress, of the causes of the RcpnpU
can defeat In the recent Ohio election. After
specifying, as the first of these causes, the pop
ular dissatisfaction at the slowness of the pros
ecution of the wsr, Mr. Hutchlns continues t
2. vnx TAX LAW. '
The tsx law, as nsed by the antt-Admtnlstra-Hon
party, materially worked to the prejudice
of the party In rower. This could not ,have
been avoided. The people lu this countrv are
sensitive upon the subject of taxation, and will
scan with unsparing criticism any law imposing
taxes, however worthy and Just the objects for
which they are levied. Each, trade, profession
and department of business, will regard Itself
over or unjustly taxed t and w tthout discussing
the merits of the tax law, It is sufficient to know
that the anti-Administration party everywhere
In the recent elections largely Increased lis
vote by private and public assaults upon the tax
3. Tns CRAFT.
The draft, which the Government deemed It
necessary to order, wss executed In Ohio Just at
the time It would be most likely to affect Inju
riously tne election, it caused much anxiety
among all parties, and especially among those
subject to draft. It occupied time and made
many indifferent, that otherwise would have In
terested themselves In the election. Others were
much embittered against the Administration on
account of it. Antl-Admlnlstratlon men open
ly boasted that the tax law and the draft would
enable them to carry Ohio at the October elec
4. the pouct or the adxiiistratiox it Tin
DUTBlBCTIO-t Or ITS rATBOIAQE.
The action of the Administration In retaining
and appointing so many who were unfriendly
to it, tended to weaken It everywhere. This
scllon was prompted by a generous motive, and
showed great liberality on the pan of the Ad
ministration. When It came Into power, with
great magnanimity It determined to be tender
of tta opponents, including those who had re
belled and those who were threatening rebellion.
This may have been -vise, for the motive was1
pure. When Sumter was bombarded, the whole
people, irrespective of party, 6eemed to rally to
the support ot the Government. They were
moved by a patriotic and noblo Impulse, and
ror a time party was forgotten in the love of
country and Its Institutions. The clsmor of
demagogues and traitors In the loyal States
was drowned for a time In tho enthusiasm of
the people to support the Government and to
sustain its flsg. The Administration was wise,
in respecting this generous uprising or the peo
ple, In Us appointments and its removsls i but
since a party has been found openly hostile to
It, the same policy becomes unwise. It dis
heartens the true friends of the Government,
and does not conciliate or win over ita enemies.
Thousands in Ohio opposed the Administration
party who aro the recipients of Its pstronage,
both State and National. Many, In Ohio, or the
bitterest and most violent opposers or the Na.
tlonal and Stato Administration at the October
election, were holding Important appointments
at the hands or tho State. This had some effect
upon State politics, and, without doubt, had
Influence In the elections. The Administration
in the matter or the conduct or the war, especi
ally, has not only taken counsel or, but patron
ized lta political enemies, and disheartened Its
friends. It la a noticeable fact that a large pro
portion of our generals both volunteer and reg
ular, who most strongly sympathize with the
Administration, either bare no commands, or
have such subordinate positions that they are
unable to give tone to the conduct of the war.
No Administration, however pnre and patriotic
Us motives, ever has, or ever will sustain itself
by snch a policy.
. the absence from tue state of t OTEns
IN THE ARUT.
The absence of voters from the Stste, In the
army, materially nenentcu the auti-AUmini
trallon party In Ohio. A large majority or
those ho hare volunteered their .cft-leel m
AunumirMiuDucM. a wir cwimaioio
Baj, that, In the whole Statr, to to one were
favorable to it, and pppoauil to the organization
m. jti....i .i.t . i. i i- ..i -.
oi a pari in opposition in me AamiaiAirauon I
during the continuance of the rebellion. The
official vote of the Towa volunteers, In camp
ana noflpitai in inc Dime, at uie mie election.
Administration. An actual canvaw of the Ohio
redments In tho rcitIcc i. ould probablv reveal
the same result. Ohio had In the service, on
the2ddavof July last. 70.021 men. Hcrouota
of the call of 300.000 volunteers, and of the
800,000 ordered by draft, waa 75,710. making a
ioia. oi ii)j(tMs men. ueauci irom inemoj.iwT
for non-voters and those not absent from the
mate at tne uctoner election, and 100,000 voters
were absent from the polls, fighting, Instead
thesTlSfcXo" tmerieenresIntTe $?
these lCU.UCO otcrs bceu present at tho elec-1
lion, upon the estimate above, there would
nave oecn auucci to toe Aununisirauon llclcet
66.CG6 votes, and to tho outl-Admlulstratlon
ticket 33,333 votes, chancing tho result In the
State and In moBt of tho Congressional districts.
Causes operated in the canvass in Ohio which
wise action on tho part of the Administration
might havo avoided entirely, or have lessened
their Influence. The candidates chosen by the
convention were good men, or high character,
and eminently qualified for the positions for
which they were selected. The taint of aboli
tionism was not upon their characters, nor tho
smell of radicalism upon their garments.
What Is called tho conservative clement had
Us w ay In the convention In the selection of the
ticket, and In the platform adopted (If platform
ttmaybe called.) The Hon. Thomas Ewlng
snd reported them to the contention. The
main plans: in tne piatiorm w as the "Critten
den Resolution," a mere platitude, which may 1
mean something or nothing, according to the
construction put upon It. It was about as ef.
flclcut ror a campaign platform, In tho second
year of the rebellion, as a last year's almanac,
though Its calculations may hate been correct !
for the year ror which It wob Intended.
The convention was full ornegatltc, but ap
peared to be destitute or positive qualities. It
made no Issue upon which the llvlntr. earnest
men or the party could stand, II tho conven -
lion approved orthe abolition or slat ery in the
District or Columbia, it had not tho couiago to
atowltiiritnnnroted of comnensaled em.
nlnatttAti saet Btihmlltnil tes, Pnrvcna. Ih .I A T)-. '
VipeallUUi O" BUV.lill.lCU W UUrK9H UV Uie riTSl
..fBleVMi, tan Buwiuitivti tuvuuliui Uj UJtJ J JTC81'
dent. It had not the courage to atsert It i If it
approved of the conflacatlon bilh passed by
Congress and opproved by tho President Ithad
the action or Congress In sustaining the Eiccu-
tire In nuttlniz down tho rebellion hv ih nftMrncm
of revenne and other bills, It had not the rotirae
no to state.
Tho Union cniuenllon took nn ground upon
ihe HUng, Ulal Issues Involved In the proseu
tlou of the war t It did not even refer to slavery
as the Inciting caube and miiln support of the
ixueuion t leunng, suoum u uo bo, some con
servative politician v, ould ho disturbed Iu Ids
dreams. The convention resolved to sustain
the prosecution of the ,tur, and ihe uutl-Ad
ministration party took substantially tho same '
ground. The Union courentlon undertook lo
perform the nla of Hamlet, with tho ran
of Hamlet omiltml, and Ihn people did not ap
pmuu inu pmonnance, j no oin ention loaueu
ts boat n Itli such freight as suited It, then fall
. .w . . .-- r.-. ....., ,.,vvHB .. .., MU
down tho disloyal craft that had started with
steam up. Such experiments lll bo likely to
fall everywhere. T&ej did so In other Btates
than Ohio, The Administration con ention In
Indiana nbolvcd that It would resohe nothing,
made lta nominations and adjourned and pen.
plo seem surprised at the result.
i Jio r resilient nrociamation or eniauctDutlon.
hud It been Issued In time to make an Issue upon
It In tho October (lection, might hac changed
l (lit fliMi-thAi- t lAfillrtn mlrrht hktii hniTir1
ino result, it uouiu lunn enabieu the Aumln
Istratlou Cou, ention to make an issuo v. Kb the
opposite party. It would i a presented .some
thing tangible; nomethlngtn inspire men who
lata IllBlllfss nvirl litstaa nhni-ntairin a rtnfl tf sjin.ilrl
ItfTUU.itih saa. BBsatsv if'pi.ri-.ivii, uiltl IV naiui.
have Infused life anil airlt Into tho eamosB.
ITlVKnVllODt'S .ll.litlunl., nll.tllaoii
J!i new stock of Clothing for Men nnit Uo) s' u.e.
which tr. hsve juat recehed.anl orrer lor aale sf
t ery low prices, at no, set set entn street, near t
rroprletors of Oak Hall Clothing Room,
put down tho rebellion, had the) been ut home, ! . .Jr. "b" ", "-7 . ZJlUom bnt o Treir. OREAT EASTERN, NORTHERN, and WEST
would hate toted with the Administration J,0;,? eXedsoldU? in the SnTedeVate arS? "' EXPRESS FORWARDERS.
partyt there are no means or stot ng tho exact ,i"J jA.T.n.M!iiSx!Zl.
proportion. In the northern portion or the i''0hJttPJa.';'0JX7i Mercl.dl.r, Money, a.w.lry, Valuable.,
State It la a low estimate to say that three out . ?J., !?,. A"?,?!?1 . ffi? ii K. .. ""'' . Bosuts...
or four or the volunteers w onld hat e voted the ,hat t???n"I?r' 0H,to?4 w". .,l"lt' Ja do,e Forwarded with safety and dTspatch to all
m .r Things tn C.adau
The folIowfngfronVtlio' Montreal correspon
dent of the New York Timet Is of interest t
An undefined apprehension prevails that Brit
ain Is on the eve of a contest with the United
Slates, in which, of course, Canada would be
Involved. The (daily steamer from (Jucbeo
have been quietly bringing shotj and of late
shell, and a number of Armstrong guns, and on
the 1st Instant we were stsrtled by the announce
ment that the Ariadne, one of the finest frigate
In the British navy, had passed Farther Point
on her way to Quebec, whe she Is now lying. The
Arlsdne, ft seems, hss brought us two troops of
It Is now said thst a regiment from Halifax
Is comlnE Into Canada, and that at least ten
thoussnd men will be concentrated In this city
Qonng tne winter, in a provincial town mere
are always Plenty of people who know far better
than anybody else the why and wherefore of
every movement of every European or Ameri
can potentate or politician. Tney now say that
Admiral Wilkes' blocksde of Bermuda Is the
cause lof the reinforcement or the Canadian
garrisons, llow true this surmise msy be, your
rcaurra can jnage as wen as your correspon
dent, It cannot be doubted, that In the event of war,
the population of Canada would espouse
the cause of the mother country warmly, though
not so enthuslastlcaUy aa they did last winter)
when the Trent affair occurred. Tho writlnga
of Professor Goldwln Smith, and tho aupport
his antl-colonlal opinions hsve received from
certain classes at home, have aomewhat weak
ened the fervency of Canadian attachment to
the British Empire butstlU, It Is not totbo
uouotea mat tue people wouia rise to repel
any Invasion from south of the bonndsry line,
and the strrunie thst would ensue. If hostilities
were to commence, would be tierce, and entail
temuie atsasiers on ootn staes.
Our wholesale merchants hsve or lste been
carrying on a sort or private war with the cus
toms authorities. Gold being at a premium in
the States, or, In other words, your national
dollar being depreciated, onr merchants hare
contended that they should not be forced to pay
ad valorem duties on Imports from the States on
the price of those Imports In Amerlcsn money,
but that a reduction should be made correspond,
log to the depreciation of your currency. It Is
fnlly three months since the quarrel commenced,
and all sorts or manoeuvres have been practiced.
At length, however, the customs pcoplo have
given way, and In ruture a reduction Is to be
insde from the face of the Invoice, equivalent
to the depreciation of your paper dollars. Thus
a great obstacle to trade with New York and
Boston has been quietly removed. You may
notice that the exploded system really Imposed
adverse differential duties on our commerce
with the States, Now you can go on deprecia
ting your currency without thereby prohibiting
The Itebel Fore ss la Mississippi.
TROIBIES AUOXO THE RKBKt, OESERALS TnE
The Memphis Bulletin has the following In
teresting lnformslton from the Southwest t
"We learn that Gen. Vllll'plgue'a brigade have
left Holly Springs and gone to Meridian, the
Junction of the Mississippi Central with the
Mobile and Ohio Railroad. It was the moving
of this force which led our Informant to believe
that the w hole Confederate force was evacuating
"It seems that the Confederate Government
at Richmond, anticipating that Van Dora and
Lovell would be certain to break the Federal
lines and pass Into Tennessee nnd Kcntuck),
actuslly appointed Gen. Pemberton to the De
partment of the Mississippi. In the meantime
the battle of Corinth occurred, and the result
waa that Van Dora and Lovell were nol going
to Kentucky as much ss they thought they were.
Pemberton comes farwsrd to his Department,
but when he gets there Van Dora and Lovell
refuse tnglto him command, and he Is forced
back to Jackson, Mississippi, to await orders.
J'A?T"J52! tIZVXri' f .T"
"" c0.u", .Tn?e.".. V '"l1 ,r m.n.
a nag oi trace eame in yesteraay, i rom t ay
1 siiouuij ckuj uuicmiucu. ho lum, lit uuu
ivourrJB di Lime. air. jaianu wouiuucexcniiiLreu,
Thus far nothlnc has been heard from tho
hffi iti !S .?? -m VJilrL
rllla warfare on the women and children on tho
that the? will not disavow the firing: npon un
armed boats, In which event, we are asaured ,
tbe families already -selected, will be forced to
L1 III 171 tmi.M I
. PjUUIAIIUW 1j
i EORGETOWNrEMAL fttMINSHY!
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
111 Wrrr Sticct.
I "' of'iepVeiXSW
at the principal book-stores In Wsihtnaton. or bv
M I. HARROVFR.
CI llClt INSTITUTE,
INJH VOCNO LADIEH,
No. til K STacCT, Ncah the CinrLr.
TERMS, per quarter of ten weeks Quarter
commencing at the date of admlssloa t
ElementaryClasses In Enillsh - - as 00
Advanced ClaaaCB In English Literature
and Science Included - . a oo
Elementary Clsues In Enillsh, Frencli.aud
MubIc - - . u 00
Advanced Clssiea In English, French and
Fxtra charge for bpanlih, German, Italian, I stln,
Bod other Languages.
i Dr. ZAFPONE will git e Lecture., and otherwls.
assist, whenever he csnspsre time from hlsmedt-
.lUBlO - IS UO
' kl , MRS. A 7APPn-Jl' pri,i..c
IAIHVIFW BOARDINQ SCHOOL,
NORRISTOWN, PFNNA ,
YOVXO ME.VAND BOYS.
Board and Tuition, $1(0 per term, of ten montha
Puptla admitted at any tune
Henry Janney, 318 Pennsylvania avenue
---" --, ".iihii
John Hauxhuuf, Fouranda-half street, near P
1 Joshua Newbold, Quartermstter's Depsrtment,
Alexandria, """'-., , ,,
no aIm. GEORGE A. nf.wbold.
c " -'m Principal.
- irAVFTTf IMCTITIITC
I , ---.. .7 .":" .
Xu,, JL ,V l .!. . I
?MLhio1 r'0'1 t?,i?ucnif0.3.mo,t.d,H
Sr.alon commence; Septsmhersth. Tuition so-
cording to are and advancement
"-f Star! L. C. LOOMis
. rrr ,...,. . ,.L , ...
O T 1 C K
TO THF PUBLIC
i OS LI N H
It I1HTA U It ANT
' 4 T
4 - 7
(lormerh of New ork.l
IIsitheNsmennd Fame of being oneol
e "st Restaurants IS TOW.Y.
Cf-Glve ui a trial, and Judge Tor jourielf-t
( thlnr In the Hou.e Is or the
BEST THE MARKET AFroitnS.
Don't forget the number,
between Tueltth snd Thirteenth street..,
nisr iu South side.
t ( w 1mIAIsI.,
PLUM UF It,
HAS ASH bTlAM PITT Fit,
VJ-i tSfneifth rti, ntav Canal Bt(tqtt
WASHING f ON
AlloriUr.eec.ute4at the .horte.t notice, In the
KTDTiuie ih iiicniau ciivbn i
X the Copartnership heretotnre existing t
r HI.E k t'UlMN ts IhlscU) dluoltiilllj'
j A ccrrin
John j. L)ls .till coutlnuss th. buslns.s at th.
Washington, July SI, 1SC3. Jy33
Dxr AKitutT or State,
Washington, Nov. 7, ISM.
Releases from thedraft'onvihe ground of
alienage nave been allowed In the following
Anthony alonally ,
FlorlanMQz . . .
Richard Barrett . .
Anthony Gillespie ,
Henry Campbell .
Where drafted. '
Luzerne co., Penn'a,
i nomas cucxer . .
George Kraemcr . ,
Philip Malta . . .
John F. Lmt . , ,
John Good . . .
Edward Hays . .
Mlkellogan . . .
Wlnand Peach . .
Conrad Bengert .
Jacob Vogel ...
John George Aechcle
Henry Mcdsenbach .
George Kciser . ,
Patrick Lynch . . ,
John Johnston . .
Edward Bentall . .
William Quarry . . .
Thomas Linton . . .
William A. Leo . . ,
Patrick Donohoe - ,
Timothy Mooney . ,
rrancis wormy . . .
Patrick Ilanlev . . ,
Thomas Fnllen . . .
Department or State,
Washington, January 25, 1663.
The Secretary of State will hereafter receive
members of Congress on business on Ssturdsys,
commencing with Ssturdsy, the first of next
WILLIAM II. SEWARD.
rya tub opncKns op tub army.
Just armed, by direct Importation par steamer
Fulton, from Kurope, a very floe and larte assort
ment of Msrloe, Opera, Field Glasses, and Tele
scopes, which 1 will sell a very little above the
cost In Paris. As to the qualities, there ara noas
superior to be hsd, having been selected purposely
for this market. Also, a targe and well-assorted
stock of Opera Glasses, Microscopes cold, silver,
and steel Spectsdes and Eye Glasses, suited to the
sight by the use of an Optometer. A considerable
number of certlflcstes to be seen at my office, from
gentlemen who hare been suited st my estsbllsh-
421 iVnrtatuiHIa ovenve, betieeen biir-cincfi-
hat anil Sixth Ureete.
My Kstebllshment la up stairs.
Olauet Jilted to nit. The trade supplied.
Oct to 1
I OR ARMY SUPPLIES,
wnntriiLr Ann itrin.
STATION! HI, BLANK AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
WrltlnrPsnerB, Envelopes, Portfolios,
Rold Pens, PencllB, InkB, Ita , Ac ,
rocket Books, and Pocket Cutler),
Photograph Albuma la every t eriety,
Newipspers, Periodicals, sad
All orders promptly attended to.
(all snd examine. No charge forahowlnggnodB,
SHEPHERD A RILEY,
Corner Set enth and D streets,
nc3A-lm Washington, D C.
DAM4 EXPRESS COMPANY,
Ofllee MeV Ptaa, avvenue,
Vathington City, D. V.
h ARenclfitnlha principal railway town, loth
H, EAST, Vest.and NORTHWEST
I i! P.rtnclpal offlo are
rcccmidio eciioni oi ine countrr.
I iVA vrrrvnThlnr vwJr nnTn .'
C.VXATL ST L0UI8, Loirs
Connection! are made at New York and Boston
with lines forwarding to the Canaoss and the
Brltiih Province., and with steamship lines to lit
erpool, Southampton, and Havre, and thtooe by
European exprenes to all prominent commercial
town! In Great Britain and on the Continent.
Collection of Notes, Drafts, and Bills made at all
aocfnlMe part! of the United states.
i. m. aJursiN, Afent,
Waihlnston, D. C.
FINANCIAL AND COLLECTINO.
lit old uills a scsiMXsa notes neootutid.
PaoTESTsn Notes ahd DErcaaEO accounts
STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD
EXCLUS1VLLY ON COMMISSION.
oorrw.vExr clams bought.
By O. ?.. HOUSE,
Counsellor at Law,
US Naaaau atreet. New York.
ChTen years In State and Ualted States Courts.
Adtlce gratis apt a
( OM K T II I II a NKW,
Now la the time to buy your Fall Clothtnr, at No
460 Seventh strsett where you can find all the latest
style gooda, at Northern prlcaa.
Hothol for seventh Btrest, No. SCO A Isrr. In
voice of Clothing, at very low prices, No. 460 Sev
enth street, near F.
A new way to sst e Gold t Buy your Clothing at
No. 460 Seventh street, opposite Post Office, at 10
per cent, below the market price, In Treasury
Smith's, No. 4C0 Set enth street, la the ch.sp.it
houaa In town to buy your Clothing, Furnlahlng
Goods, Trunka, lists, and Caps. sep SS sat
OAK HALL CLOTIIINU ItUON.
No 4M. seventh street, below F.
The lubicrlber takes peat pleasure In aonouno-
.H0.uilu.uriii.Hu. hu kuitvwiis. tun UVUI.T
opened a new store at No. U Seventh street, near
r( nireiTHnii) it uuv, ciuit, ngu DI iWOllUQK
for Men and Bo) s wear, which they have Just re
oeHedfrom the North, and flers them for isle at
the lowest Northern price!
J. BRUCE U CO ,
icp 2ft 3ni Clothier!, 4W Bt enth street,
M- tooMH, M. D, the Inventor and patentee
Many persons esnwesr theae teeth who cannot
wear othera. and no lwraon can wear other whn
cannot wear theie
Persons cslllng at ray ofllee can be accommodated
with any it j le and price of Teeth they may deilrei
lmt trt thaiaat urhrt at-A naftlinisti sinil iitK oka mi
I et, cleanest, itrongeat, and tnoit perfect denture
that art can produce, the Mineral Plate will be
more muy tvarrBuicu.
Room i In this tit j No 3)4 Penniylvanla ave
nue, between Math and Tenth itreets. Also, Wl
Arch street, Pbllsdelphla mar IS ly
ANTI-HHF.UMAT10 BAND I
RHEUMATISM In It! various forms,
GOUT and NKUKALGIA,
STIFFNf SS and NFRVOUS Al FFCTIONi,
And the e 11 Lffecta of Merour) .
' tslnlnf a medicated compound, to be worn arc
w $Vawhe be'nd
I it is n S.UHI via iv ii v asisnaiBcti ujinv ut HaVbl, tuif
' tilnlnf a medicated compound, to be worn around
be. and cm
injury to the moit delicate per
liy thlat treslmeut. the medicinal properties con
1 1 Inert in the Utnd, being of a highly aromatic and
olatlle nature, and capable of being readily ab
Borbed through the pores of the skin, come into
direct contsct with the Blood and general circula
tion, without tint paiilng through the procei of
i digestion, whkb would tend, not only to detract
irom their curati. e power, but to impair tho in
tcrnal orgsns and derange the digestion also thus
a.oldlng the lojurtuus effects, so often the remit
of Internsl remedies, and selecting a perfect cure,
by purifying and cnualltlng the circulation of the
tltsl tlulda, and restoring th. parts affected to a
i , -, . Atit W . I
L'5, , itiSfi Karl.t jiKJt c
is aiao a moat pow
11 and will ntW.H
Moderate esses are cured In a few it., .. .mi w
are eon.taatlv reeelvlna undoubtad t..tfmnnUlM
to which we Invite Inapectlon at our offletwof
their eltlcacy In aggravated caaes of long atandlng
Pmici:,Two DOLLAaa sentby mall upon raealpt
of A2, or by expre.a everywhere, with all necea.s-
r iii.ttuciiuu.f iiihii cut, principal otns. p
0. SMITH k CO , rroprletors.
I N. H Deacrlptlt. circulars ssntlrsa.
f- This Bsnd will not Interfere with the sol
dlsPs duties. aols-ly
1 mi camnatnr
QjJH.MI McB.R41T.li.KRl ,
M fENNlYLVANIA AVENUE,
VN illrcrlKTtVANIA AVENUE,
" I si f; K
K . H Draachof
3D SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, NEW lORK,
! SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK;
jcx. s. Inporteraof
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
And wholesale deslers In
RTE AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
RYE AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
As well aa every variety of
LIQUOnS, CORDIALS, Ac.,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac.,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, &e.,
And the beat brands of
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
OENIJINE HAVANA CIGARS.
W. also ofrer for ssle a eomplete assortment of
FRUITS, MEATS, ko ,
FRUITS, MEATS, fcc ,
FRUITS, MEATS, ko ,
Fxprea.ly put up for camp ita.
BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET,
BEST OOODBINTnE MARKET,
LOWEST NEW TORK PRICES,
LOWFST NEW YORK PRICES,
LOWFST NEW YORK PRICES.
9SS PENNSYLVANIA AVRNUE,
!ISS PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Between Ninth .net Tenth streets.
"VT 1 I. 1 T A R V EHI'IPMHT,
TRUNK, AND HARNESS
M A N U FA tJTO It V,
49tt Reventh street,
orrosiTt ODD rEI.LOWS' DILI.,
WABIHNGTON, I). C.
I msnufscture of the beat material, and have
eonstsntly on hsml, a large ami varied assort
.ViUtary and t'ltlrma' SADDLES,
FELT SADDLE CLOTHS,
Patent Feed and Water Buekets,
Officers Fine Sword Belts, (
Belt Trimmings, anil '
Field Glass Casss,
I' It II N It N
WOOD BOX TRUXKS. '
It K I A I R I N II ,
Aa I manufacture Trunka extenatiely,and necea-
sarlly hat e all kinds of Trunk Msterlsl, I am better
prepared to repair Trunks, ko , thoroughly aud
promptty,than any other establishment Inthe city.
JAMES S. TOPHAM
oct Is 3ml
TpVANS 4b WATSOS'H
Store. 70 south Fourth street,
W. D. SHEPHERD,
Corner of Seventh and D atresia,
wathlngton, I) C.
K AV INVENTION
ARTIFICIAL CLEOPLA9TIC BONE TrETH,
without mttal plate or claipi, by
UR. 8. B. SIGEBMOND.
010 Broadway, Nw York) and 300 Ptno. avenue,
Dtiween iweiun ana ininaenin in ,
WABnntoTON, d. a,
Calla the atteatlon of the public to the following
ad van t aft of hU Improved ayatcmi
lit. Theteetaof hla manufacture will ner cor
rode nor charnv oolor by any acldi, and are three
fourths llchtrr than any other.
3d. No teeth nor roote need be extracted, aa the
artlQelal onea oat. t lnierted over them.
3d. The roota will be made InofleniUe and neer
4th. No temporary teeth are needed, aa permanent
onea can be made Immediately, thereby presen lng
the natural eipretilon of th face, which, under
tbe old e item, U frequently dlaflcured.
6th. Tl.li work haa been fiilly teited, for o, er flv e
yeart,by many of the flrit cheinUti and ph) tlclani
of thla and the old country.
Dr. S hai alao Invented a white Indestructible
metal filling, with which the moit aenaltlie teeth
can be filled without pain, and can build up a per
feet aound tooth on any aide roote, which will Uat
lnrougii m luciimva
He refera to the following gentlemen. Dr. V. Mott t
Dr. Doremua, Profeaaor f Chemlatni Hon. A.
Mann, Jun Capt. Crabtree. lce Preifdent of the
Emicratlon Company of New otk Hon. Judge
Wayne, of the Supreme Court, of aihlngton, I). I
O land thoueanda of others. i
Call and examine for j ouriel, ea. nov tt cm
APPLICATIO.H for Duplicate Lund
Appllcatlonhavlngbeen made under the act of 23d
June, tSOO. for the reissue of the Land Warrants
rteeorlbed herein, which are alleged to have been I
lost or destroyed, notice U hereby given that, at
tbe date following the description 01 each warrant, ,
a new certificate of like tenor will be issued If not
valid objection should then appear.
) No. 66, iu, for IN acres, Issued under the act of
March. 1664, la the name of Kachel, widow or Thos
Meredith, and wai granted March 5, 16Stt-. Decem
ber e, ltwi
No. 83,709, for 120 acres. Issued under the act of
March, 1666, In the name of Arnold Harrington, and
was granted September 17, 1967-January 1, tsu.
1 No sU.464, for too acres, Issued under the act of
At. ...a. o.I !. -.- -,. ,! .Lilt... r.t
ISJRIMI, 1AMs.1I. U1S1 IIBUICB VI IIIB W1UUI VIUIUIVU Ol
Daniel r. McCune, deceased, and was granted Oct.
si tuft-January 11. 1663.
'No. 10CLU7, for too acres, Issued under the actor
March 1&6, In the name of Ansel Allen, and was
gtantel March 12, 1862-January W, l(tW
i ' m. nas it u 1 n ti rr r
A 1 IKntlOn rLkJiltN A Hit all I
ijL LKltH Utivtiig Just iictulrle-l iwi iwMuriiiMUi
ofCamp .urnlttire. we woalj uow ra.peatfutly lo
vlu lb atuutiou of tioldiers and tleiWs Our aa
sonmaos smprUtis in far IV loltowlog Canif
goods, vis 1 I
(fauib C'hau lor ut ol iroia lour to ix, (Jaun
TablMiCuipunou, Caoiy Cois,CanipUatlr.a I
With ail otbrr arUtUs ol Catoi turuiture tuioulatM.
to make a toldisr koufortabla AH til whtoh will be
aetd al lbs irt lotvestosuti u,ui at t
avt tj titsOsrtr'v ut,oori.si i
xjuaxA.u-xja.'t i.e. .-..,,.. .-i.
CITIZENS OF WAjUINOtOJc, ,
omciii ov nra aemt add ha rr.v
Tka old and filsbllabK Estpoctuni sf Clathlag,
that ha, for ao rasny y.srs, saeplted the eltltin. ut
tvaaaingcuD ana Tiomiiy win .11 1QSI tstutBiii
foe th. sUgsse. and mu crt of It. evtsi man,!.
SowtapelUJ with lb. meat eoms'cceand fsshloa.
able stock thst we bsvs ertr hsd the plasiate in oi
COATS, PANTS, and VI'.STB of lbs mo.t ds,lr.
bis styU thst eoal J b. foand I. th. saikct
Oara'sortmriiinrHlII It 1 8, H R A W at KB,
rjcjSIKUY, (ILOVKH, le , e-nnet b. inrpas ed
and will bs sold at prices that do sot llow of som
I.AROK STOCK IIP Ull.lTAltY OVERCOATS.
LaKUK BTOOK OK Mll.ITAKYOVaBOOATa
LAKC1K BIOCJK OKUILIl.UYOVKUCOATa
1.ARUK STOCK allLITARY IlKKSH COATS.
LARQK STOCK MILITARY URKsH OATS
LAItOK STUCK JIIMTAUY UBKSS COalS
LXHOK HI OOK JtlLITAKY PANTS.
I.AltUK HTIICK MILIlAllYrAMTM.
LAKOK STOCK HlLlTAteY fANTS
LABOK STOCK MILITARY VZ8TS
LAUCIV, HTnCK MILITARY VK3TS.
I.AKOK STOCK MILITARY VK.3TU.
1NOIA KUUKKK GOODS OP ALL ORSCKII'-
Oar stosk of HOYS' and YOUTHS' CLOTI1INU
la lbs largest and aaopt lasbloasbl. Ibst ba. rr
b..n otr.nd. In iht. clcy.aad at lb. I.w..t rrlss.
lhr e,n ptailbly be tblalsml In Ihl. alts.
- Call SLdsr. a, al ODEON IIALI.'eorn.rSI,
atrt.taod Pa .sinus, th. (Itsst Clothing Msrt ol
t ashlngtou city
acv le rrry Tucs, Tbars.A 1st
I as iioia id. raopce'. viotc lag .tors, no 460 Si.
I .Bth.ti..t,arar V They out wear satlhlaa you
i ssi. bur sad tbry sre Ml i so oh.sp at
J U SUIIU'S,
I No ScttlHtV.uth .lrr.t,ii.ar h
I would aJvl-. al Id oosB. aud buy th.lr Clolblag
alUHIlllr Nj ii 8.Tatb strt.l
II yu.sf. ww yon wilt ovu. toSUITU'H, no
.so b.vtath irt. usar K,opp aiu City Post one.,
to buy j ur I'lolhlng ParuUhlsg l)03d,,Traak,
u b.w air. v w.u,M,, ,u... n,, &t
S4T.a'h itrut, U th. beat pl la town to bay ycur
Oolblna, urolthlfiar lliod. Traaks, lists, aud
Vw tl d.llll.lli
Clut liter,, sou gsv.atli
Ostl nw. sud p.. our b.w .nek of Sail aad Wl.
trr ClothlhS, whkh ws ai. i.l Ic a al v.ry low pibjM,
i my low pil,
iiu r.ciritr.a ciAiiiinu
Urs.t stcrastloa. at No JMtb.v.ulh.Lrtrt N.w
.ctiokot Clothing lu.t arrlv.d and mIIIb. at out
u.u.l luw prlM. J II 8MITUACO ,Cloihl.,
No .cMS.t.o b.trt,aid snre.r TwpBllrth .iimI
and Pena arraus
Urssl bargain. Iq Clolblag, Puraublbg Uovd.
list., la! s, Boot., am 81iim.,ob th. octrntr of 1 w.u
1 tlclti tirt and P.UB BT.mii.
HMUll u i ,ciolhl.rs, tint wsrd.ur In.
Il.lh atrr.1 sud P.bu acrau., I. tti. ch.snrt ula..
lutowutobu) your KallaM Wlattr Ctothlag
Call at tb. Slral Ward Clothing .tor. asd g.t
your .11 sud tt Iflt.r CIsthlBg, U.I., Cap., Hoots,
aa KUi.n MHiru t O , Clothl.n,
Cor r..Bll.1h.trelaBdPbu st
SIKSI WAHU CLOTHINCJ UOUBs, cro.r
fw.i.ilril, .ii.rl.B4 P.iiuaylvaslaav.ak.
Vou l.b buy ..Br Clothlna ti.t..L'.M b&ui,.
and tihjr OL.sp, BOrnfr or l.Dtlrtll .11..1 sbj
FRANKLIN & CO.,
44 sPennsylrunlu ATtsmie,
(north tldObctwsea Ith And I3th Ntc,
US8 I'enntylvanltt Avenue,
I'H.t.r llie National llulvl.
UUAZIUAN PKBBLKBockCryiLl) SfKCTA.
UIMTAUT WKLU Ul-lcflb,
HUOIUOKAPUIO ALBUMS ua CAKTV3 DK
r UTbUkOBCOPKH Dd VlKWH. lo , AC ,
In t gritt vtrltly, nl 4t U lowMt yxM4t .huv
I uUorrrltll nor
KM'tlNl Ilium. kVUHNlll'tlk
OFKK.U JMsOUCKsMENTAtuturliU-Nwr K.l-fcU
ion and oti.tr lloiiMkrrpliif uoctti
Onr t-took U Urg ui arled
r&rlor baiivt lo Bnoaitlli, Kj, aud lltir ClMtu
Cham In-r Stit, In iwlU Oak Waliiut. MatOi,
tail Paimo", ucailr ornaiocntod
tHkaWalniit, au4 Uahoaay KxUuluu laLtfi
aad Ulning Cbalri
Supilor rur.fd UalrMatirtMfi, Uuik and other
Alo,a irg ciiiiaUtj of luw vileti BtdiirftJst,
Cbalra.1atil.ais Uouau.. WirdruDM. Wulutaatl,
Om t KurDi.vT4a.vo
m urvhioft at mail I rum lb bttt matrrlalsi,
asd wariaaicd U It Miltlaitloa
fiwi t ural-bisg w uld do wall iu ltuk ibruuti
ii.sj nuoi itsjiur uuronssiDif, m w are mi 1102 ai
pr I n to t.ull tlit Huitst
ur Na. 4111, sorsier ur Klglilh ami Kale,
OplKMi the Uru. rl 1'oat Offlftt,
Can be consuUvd la KilEUUATIO AttfrC
riONH, C0N1SUUPTION. I.IVKK UOu
fLAINTtf, CUK0N10 Al-FkOTIONa.M well ai
all UIsesMiOf Impc udeoce, of whstvvr obaraoiiir,
and whkb siay le dtmlarcd iuun.bli by other hy
bio ans tie 1 ufasjr lo nrake an luuocdlaU our
rtia Ida, lbOfClby praoiUa Iu the eikoe ot uwdi
cluftt Ueitblcu toeffer lilnuelf to the tubtio um
btlov the only cue In Washington capkble 01 aflor.'
Jogiitetdy rettrl All cai curable will be guaran
Ud Ho aarrsnts a oSre without Itit of tuvr
euiy or aay uibir dat.rous meaWioe Kcci4itoaie
euied Iu two or tlrer days
N II 1 titers addremd to lr K klhUciliM'.Wsj.
481, corner oOigbtb aoJ K ttutu opuita iiu
era! Pivi (ime wMI rto-lvr IcBeulati. iteitilaj
iai 8 yl
WILI.AllUHlltk 1 KL, Assembly llooua.
(Kntracou V dtreet -ShJ,r OT I H
TNU ACAUK.UY Mil J HO K OUODALl,,
Plo e.ior and 1 eaoticr In eompllauce vrltn nnmir
ous rtoueeu. Ur, (ioodsll at nuunce A OKNT1.K
MAN 'a tLAtSon KUIDA i.VhNlNQ.Ni Vila.
brr Ttb, at S u'rlock. t oantl a every FilUy
r.salngfora term ol TWFI-VK WKKKfl (leu
tltniTtn w'tl please tbiouenca at ono, ai after 'lit
first tuonUi, Ladlia will b aduiltKd gratntouil?
lermst sluln advanost nov 6 t
TMM AI,' VI M'fl UOODS.
AllUfury umf (.ItIIIiui.
WALL, HIKHHKN1, K CO , are bow ipontog
Ibtlr Kill su-i VTIntrr OowJu.emliracing flu Drr
Caa'e, Drikin I'auts, Vest, &o A large and ell
seleoicd H ck tl one luavy uvtraoais Vt luve
aljoncusIfta fcaworimmi of t.uinraBts,niide
Inthe iai ins bl iannr Otficers will llad our
Hlltiarr do d ueslrou to Ibalr wait s Heavy
Woolltu H aDksie.loroainnuw atrunoableirlois
A4'4 Wuitylrnuia vaaua, bttweeu
00 art dtf Ninth and fenih street
AH aVAllaC AUT1UK. OW
M. T. P A UlC K U,
NO C LOUISIANA AVFNUK,
HsspfCtiul y aud cheerfully returns tbauVs for the
literal (wtronage hitherto leceivel
11 srlbg every full It r for doing
I H K U K 8 I -V
Tug'ilirr with all work ir allaf loa
Ws.I 1't.AMi fAtTNfJ KfTAht tXUUKST,
lis) baa n Ititiiaucy Iu MiUcltlog a coutlausut r or
UlH I'KtCF MXV. K&AUONAULL.
llli; WOUK UNKXOFIM.ONAUIV
And umlloutiratttnUon I pj 1 in
rKOUriNv IN llhLlVfcUV
a JtmmUt ihf tiumUt
liw-n Sixth aud Severn ti u
out 81- But ,H(r At thru 1
JUKT HKCHVH OUK NKV BTOCK 0
V'ALL and WINTMtCioilihix.wbloii w w
w-IHug al vrry low t rlun, at
I. A 111-ALL Co
No toi bevmth-liiMt.
it, V6 flm between I a-'d K
TUT ItKCIVKU-A Urge stock or Uernuti
I cally Staled Uoori-t, oou-irtlbg cf KB U ITS,
JKLI.lt.S, HKATH, VfOK-lADLF.ll, Ao.whlili
we Ctfrr lor aale at -v York uarset prices
(o .7 XU3 fsurisj leaola avenuv,
Clt IIKWAUD.-I.O.!, on WcdaeaJay vru
P IU JDfc, tetween 0 and T o olo.k, rctvteen tl
vomer of 1 and Be ran-h ureetsi and renuaylranta
areuue.a HULL OF U.S. IttKAaDUY NOILU,
amounting to tbi lb above t sward will be paid
for tue return of the same to Jostles Johnson. No
fli Louisiana avenue, or to Jiulr Waiter, at City
Hall station housi. a.ri-i
tv Aiii,oiMruinio, a j ,