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Onr information Is, that the Cabinet Is a
unit InfsTor'of adherence totho proclamation
, of September 23, with tho 'possible exception
v, of L the rVMtmaster General, and we do not
know but that ho also may hare given up lib
objections 'to It. ''-The Secretary of Bute aid
Tre mention hta 'particularly beeiuno a dlU'r-
ent Impression has prevailed to some extent
f la for the measure. "
The President himself has, we fully believe,
"put his 'foot down," to uso one of h's own
plain and Vigorous expressions, and will not
budge. It one Inch. The threats of lordcr
State politicians, and the hypocritical com
pllroenta and cajoling, of Northern Demo
crate, will equally fall to more his determi
nation. , PROM THE FRONT.
CJ.ia. Sickles Marina; to Rappahannock
'Hlattati General flla;el Iooklnff After
Special Dispatch to the star.
mMANAwus Junction, Nor. 9. It Is under,
Vtdod here that a considerable portion of Gen.
SigeVa force have moved from their late posi
tions In frint of us along the line of the Manas
sas railroad.' I take It or granted that Its mis
sion Is to attend especially to the possible move
ments of Jackson, who Is believed to be still hi
Gen. Sickles Is on the i ay, to-day, to Rappa
hannock station, with sufficient Infantry and
artillery to iiold the Important bridge there,
past peradventure, with the assistance of Bay
ard's cavalry, who Jiavo had It in possession,
uninjured, (though requiring strengthening to
bear our Immense army trains,) for rwe nty-four
Major General Burnslde, I believe, continues
his headquarters at Warrenton for the time
NKWK PROM IlKINTZrcr.MAN'S colli"!.
Important Capture of Rebel Agents and
ajplca8etimre of Rtippllts for llie lie.
Capt. It. T, Dunham and Lieut. Harm ell, of
Gen. Banks staJTi were sent by Gen. Ilclntzcl
man tb the month of the Potomac to arrest (cr
isis parties for smuggling goods Into Virginia
and harboring rebels. They had with them a
sqrtadron of cavalry, about seventy im.li, com
manded by Capt. N. D. Menken.
The route of the party was along tlio Tom
mac on tho Maryland shore. The force cap
tured Capt, Dent, who waa formerly connected
with the Southern army, and also a Mr. Bate
iinan, who had carried contraband malls Into
rebddom. A considerable quantity of" tho rebel
mall was found with him. Another person,
who had smuggled goods, was captured with
them at the same time.
The cavalry prosecuted thelrscarchtoChaptl
icomb, where they took Mr.C. O. Spaoldlng, w ho
had a lot of boxes ilreadypaeked'ilp, marked
O, K., nnc)Wdcntlyjdeelgned for tho rebels,
lie also hal some rebel money In hls drawers.
The order tin which the goods Were brought to
their position, was addressed to Dr. Randolph
White, from a Mr, Samuels. Tho goods con.
slstcd of boots, shoes, dry goods and drugs.
'After1 placing Mr, S. nnJcr guard,, tho force
proceeded tn Lconardstown, and arrested one
of the richest men there, the hro'lher'oY the
prisoner, Mr. Bpauldtng.
In the latter, Mr.'SjMUiaioR'a safe, with two
thousand dollars In Southern funds, w ere found,
' for which gcds'had,audoubtedry been sold to
i Southern parties. Goods for an nnknown des
tination were discovered In his store, packed up
in small bnndlcsj The parties were brought to
this city, and placed on their parole by General
In obedlenco totho conditions of their parole,
they appeared before the Provost Marshal yea.
terday, and were released, the Seccah money
taken from one being retained uy the Govern
ment, and 1300 fine Inflicted upon tyr. C. C.
Bpauldlng. Much surprise is expressed here at
the light punishment inflicted upon these guilt)
parties by tho Provost Marshal, here, who Is
usually so severe upon offenders. WjjA. Cn .
.Yea York ITeraU.
bATSinOM TIIK WKHT.
Tbr llctifl Attack upon Nal. 111.
Gru. Jotf tli ICJoliustou A.Hute(l to tli
Rebel Command lu the Weal
Louisville, Nov. 10 There hud been no as
sault on Nashville up tn Friday evening. No
tUln had been heard of Gen. Polk,
On Wednesday night, tho rebel pickets ap
peared tn Marfreesboro, McMlnnvlllc, and
Franklin pike and commenced skirmishing.
Klght hundred of Stokes caalry charged upon
Utarnt cavalry and diovo them within flq
Wilts of Frankjln. Meanwhile, a rebel force.
Mipposed to be Morgan', made n dash on the
new railroad bridge north of Nash, 111c, but were
repulsed with fearful loss.
In the various skirmishes one man u as killed,
thirteen wounded and three missing.
McCook's advance reached Xashvlllo ou the
afternoon of tho Oth Instant.
It is reported that the rebels hao evacuated
Murfroesboro and McMlnnvlllc, and gone to
Chattanooga. Also, that Gen. Joseph E John
tit on had arris ed at Chattanooga and awumed
the command of tho Department of Tcnnsssec
ami North Alabama.
Breckinridge Is in command at Chattanooga.
Xcscrters -Tom tho rebel army Buy that Bragg
was compelled to destroy most of the propcrt)
ctpturcd by his forces In Kentucky to prnent
Its falling into Buell's hands.
lT Major Gen. Hooker has been assigned
lo the command of the army corps heretofore
commanded by General Fltz John Porter, who
ban been ordered to Washington to stand hln
trial upon the charges preferred against htm h)
General Pope, for misconduct at the battle of
Naval. Acting Assistant Pa) master D F
Quiutard has been ordered to tho steamer Com
W. II. Campbell, of Waterloo u, bus been
appointed assistant Burgeon tn the ntj
A Uruukru Lltittruaal.
J.Uut. O, W. Watson, of the Becoud Pcunsyl
ranli Cavalry, came to the city jearerday, with
wagons, on quartermaster's business, and got
drunk. IIo it as arrested by the provost guard
und sent to tho Contra! guardhouse. Such an
ofllcer'a commission should be short-lived.
Wmk ftoKonol HcpttWkttti
The Draft In Wliconalii.
Mit iVACKee, (Wis.,) Nov. 1GV-Tho draft in
this State, which commenced to-day, In some
lrvalltle passed of! quietly and la order, but In
Ogakeo county the lists were seized by a mob
and destroyed, and the commission sre severely
handed. They fled to thla city.
In Milwaukee city there were stroig Indlca
tlohs of trouble, complaints being made that
Injustice had been done In some of the wards,
In not giving proper credit for volunteers. A
crowd of Ninth warders asscrr-.Med and marched
thiough the city, olho np.nbcr of three or four
hundred, In pretension. The result of the mat
ter was, the draft has been postponed for the
Ttie Draft lu Pennsylvania.
IIahrisdleo, Not. 10. Tho difficulty among
tho drafted men, which threatened serious re
sults, hss been satisfactorily adjusted.
Tho late order of tho War Department, pre
venting them from organizing Into companies
and regiments, according to the laws of tho
State, has been revoked. Thousands are now
returning to the various commands. They had
cither deserted or refused to assemble, while
under tho Impression they were to bo forced Into
old regiments and required to serve for a longer
time than that Tor which they were drafted.
Political Merlins; In New York.
Nsw York, Nov. 10. Salutes In honor of
the Democratic triumph In this Stale wero Oml
Tlicro was a mass meeting of tho Democrats
In tfnfon Halt to-night. Messrs. O'Gorman
and Van llurcn were tho speakers. Whenever
McClellana name was mentioned, It was hailed
with tremendous cheering. Tho hall was bril
liantly Ulnmlnaled, and a fine band of music
was In attendance.
DBcnT, Conv., Nov. 10 The Union tick
ct prevailed In the town election to-day.
Norwalk, Cons., Nov. 10. A salute In hon
or of General llutnsldo was fired hero to-day.
Also, one In honor of tho recent Democratic
Bostov, Not. 10. Tho steamcrs'Saxon, Ma
tanzas and Mississippi, with Massachusects
IroojM, sailed for Beaufort to-da).
New York, November 10. Jpo bank state
ment shows a decrease of loans of $14,766, lu
create of specie, $814,333 decrease of circula
tion, $11,447 decrease of deposits, $1,475,1113.
New York, No ember 10. Tho recently re
ported challenge from Castlus M. Clay to D.
C. Blrdsall, proves to be a hoax.
jookluyftar Siu Alabama.
New York, November 10. Tho steamship
Vanderbllt'goes to sea'to-nlght, Insearchof tho
Til Draft In New York.
Nfw Youk, November 10. It Is now stated
that tho draft In this city n 111 take place between
this date and tho twentieth ln6tant.
Front l?orl Iloyal.
New York. Noi ember 10. The irnr.bnat
Sumter has arrived from l'ortltoyal.
Flrr at llartforil.
IliKTFonij, Conn., November 10. Belden'a
gin distillery at Llntburg has been destroyed
hj fire. Lobs, I J5.000, no Insurance.
Detroit, Nov. 10 Keturna from the upper
peninsula place tho election of John F. Drlggs
(Republican) to Congress, from the With dis
trict, bCondu doubt.
The "Stah" on McClellin. Tho .Star's dc
fence of General MeClellan may bo tcry com.
pllraeutory lo that ottlccr,"but it Is not so to
certain high functionaries here. Tho Mar saSt
"Ills subsequent mowments clearly demon
strato the fact that however his proverbial rcll
cenco may havo Induced him to keeD the secret
of his plans In his own heart, (for fear that If
auy one nere Knew mem tney mlglit possibly
uiiiu iu iiiuivnonicageoi ioocncmy,";(XC.,iXc.
Docs tho Slat mean to lntlinatethat the Presi
dent, Gen. Ilallick, thp Btcrctarj of War, or
other members of the Cublnct, would have be-
tratcd Qcn. McClcllan's "plans," If he had not
kept thcin locked up In his own breast ? Or, If
this Is not Intended as a sweeping chargo against
tho whole Administration, ought not tho itar to
have specified the part) through whom It sup
poses our secrets mlirht leak out to the cuemj 1
PERsoNil . Col. Ednard II. Castle, so well
known lu thoearly part of tho war, In connec
tlon with tho management of tho military rail
roads of Missouri, has returned to Washington,
after a Journey to the North, during which he
has lsltcd his early and life-long friends, with
th4 chief object of conferring with them In ref
erence to their earnest support of tho President
In tho great crisis which Is pressing upon the
country. Col. Castlo took a i cry active part
lu tho elevation of Judgo Douglas, having al
wajs been on terms of tho greatest Intimacy
A Kkiend in NiEn It la not often that we
attempt to pnlf any br tho thousand and one
patent medicine nostrums of the day and we
are not going to do It now, but simply to state
what we 1 now from actual trial, and Icavo the
reader to do tho pulling. During tho forepart
of tho present w Inter, wo wero sorely afflicted
with a pain in the right shoulder eaused, we
suppopc, by former strain In working a hand
printing prcua. Ithecame so badthat wecould
bleep but Utile at night, and villi) difficulty get
our coat on or oil, Wo used vuilous so-called
remedies, but they neio no remedies to our
tioublcsomo shoulder. At last we tried a bot
tle of Sweet's Infallible Liniment, and after
three applications, the pain almost entirely left
and In u few dajsourahouldernas as freefrom
pain as II cur wan. futtfjttUti (IV.) H'afrA-
bEE a woman lu another io)unm picking
bambini l.ruj es, for Spur's Wine. It is au
admirable urlkli, usid lu hospitals, and by the
first fumltlcs lu Vjrls, London and New York,
lu preference to old Port Wine. It Is worth a
, trlul, a It glvis. great tatlslactlou. tf
Gen. Lee Is ssld to said to have escaped, and
It Is reported that his main force Is at Gordons
The story thst Bragg Is at Oordonsvlllo and
Is movlog therefrom with a large force Is very
likely a canard.
Major General N. P. Banks Is In town, and
has rooms at Wlllards.
It seems now to be admitted that Hon. Owen
Lovejoy Is re-elected to Congress from Illinois.
Tho reported capture of 3,000 rebels at Ply
mouth, N. C, la now doubted.
The rebels have evacuated Rappahannock
Station. It was taken possession of by our
forces on Friday last. Tho rebels attempted
afterwards to dislodge ns, but were not able.
They wero repulsed by our artillery.
Rev. Dr. Berrien, rector of Trinity Church,
New York, died on Saturday evening at his res
ldcnco In Vartck street. Ills ago was 73.
It Is said that tome members of tho press In
New York attempted to pump Lord Lyons on
his arrival In that city. It was no go. Ills
Lordship was mum. They could get nothing
from tho noble Lord respecting that request of
his Government to Mr. Seward, for au armis
Thomas Collyer, a well known ship-bulkier
In New Yotk, died at his residence at Sing Sing,
on Friday evening.
It Is now declared that Nashville Is safe.
Gen. McCook Is now thcro in full force.
The Philadelphia Inquirer has a calm and
well considered article on the removal of Gen.
MeClellan. It Is In striking contrast to that of
tho Sunday Tranicrtpt of that city.
Gen. Wadsworth left this city )elerdaj, for
Gen. Hooker was at Wlllards' last evening.
Rumor has It that he Is to bo restored to his
Wo learn that MaJ. Gen. David Hunter has
been appointed to tho command of an Important
military expedition now being prepared for op
erations against tho rebels. Its destination Is,
of course, a secret.
ThoNewbcrn Progrm, of Urn 1st Instant, Is
received. It contains no alluslou to auy recent
expedition. In relation to tho statement that
tho rebels at Wilmington wero arming negroes
to fight against tho Union troops, the Profptim
saysi "We havo learned direct from Wilming
ton, and through what Is dicnxd a rtllablo
source, that such Is not the fact. Tho dlstrmt
of the negro Is so great thit they dare not trust
them with arms.v'
The Richmond Ihtpalch saja that Gen. Beau
regard has presented to Qcn. Jackson a splen
did silver mounted pistol, of n new pattern,
mado In Paris expressly for Jackson. It Is a
revolver, navy size, constructed to thron balls
as a cannon throws grapeshot. With this formi
dable weapon an officer hard pressed lu action
might destroy a half a dozen enemies at a "In
gle, discharge. Ap appropriate Inscription Js
engravod on tho sliver plating.
Mrs, Lincoln nrrlt cd In Boston on Pi Ida i list.
and took rooms at tho Parker house.
Tho New York IftraUl does not nialo much
fuss about the removal of MeClellan, It has
Us usual amount of slang against those whom
It Calls abolitionist; and Jacobins, prescn lng
Its wonted pretended regard for tho President.
Tlits It will maintain, till It suits Us purpose lo
ntViW AlT It a ftiBtnilan Btiil nllnn Inu.nL tl.n
president Its real feelings and sentiments.
The Voter; or New York Asldo from the
fact that one hundred thousand soldiers' rotes
wero lost In tho recent election, It should al-
waya be, borne In mind that the cities nf New
York, Brooklyn, and Albany eat nearly furtr
ttunuaml mojortty for tho Democrats. Leaving
out these cities, whose votes are Influenced moro
by rum and national prejudices than b) polltl.
eal sentiments, the Republican majority In the
rural counties, In the thriving villages mid
small but enlightened cities Is about thirty lion
land, c en without the soldiers' votes I Iu this
light New York stands side by sldo with Massa
chusetts. All (six) of the Republican members to Con
gress are elected from Iowa.
Iu all tho general hospitals of the United
Btatca thero aro now BB.310 sick ond wounded
soldiers. Of these 11,080 aro In tho department
of tho West, and 17,514 In tho cities of Wash
ington and Georgetown, Alexandria aud W
chiltj. The rest aro In tho various hospitals
throughout tho Atlantic and Gulf Sulci. In
New Orleans thero are at present 5,000 pjllcms.
The hospital for officers at Cammack Woods,
Philadelphia, Is now ready to receive patients.
Tho sick and wounded who now occupy tents
at Smoketown, Keedjsvllle, and the vicinity of
the battle giound of Sharpsburg, are to bo re
moved to Washington and Eastern hospitals
as fast as they aro com alesccnt.
Ford's Theatre. Wo witnessed, for a short
tlmo last ovenlng, Mr. Couldock's personation
of Luke Fielding. Unas a capital perform
anco, and what w o expected from this excellent
Miss Couldock appeared as Rosa FIcldlug,
and the scene between her father and herself,
In reading the letter of exposuro, was moht
touching, life-like, and affecting.
Mr, Couldock will bo deservedly popular In
The Actor Irfiralu.
Mr. Editor i I somo car3 since witnessed
the performance of the part of the priest In tho
play entitled, The La6t Days of Pompeii, by
Mr. Loralno, and deemed It tho finest lmporson
atlon of the character ever executed In this
countr). I also regarded Mr. Iorain us it rls
lug man In hla profession, and such, I believe,
was the gcueral linpiesslou luneemlng him, at
least bj competent J udgi a Tomuiliofthoforce
and declamatory powers of Mr Foirc.t, he
united qualities of uctlou and i xpreHslon, nut
generally conceded to the Unci ciru t tils
friends. Mr. Lorain was then, some the ears
ago, a new man on the stage, and had not ei
got tho run of tho crowd Can It bo possible,
that disgusted with his profession or lacking
the peraeveranco, he has oluourih surren
dered tho palm Of cxccllenro which suri.li
awaited him. Will uotsomeof tho theatrical
managers oi tnia city look nilir Mr I nraln 1
On Thursday, October 28, bj Itev. in. J.
Mann, Mr. John W. BonNETT, of Manchester,
Virginia, to Miss Therfsa K. Bosshart, ol
D. C, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 18G2.
OaotEK'a Theatre Lucille U csterk Oft
wr TVui This evtnlnx we are to hs Mlis Wes
tern In her great chsrseler of Naney Sykes, In the
drainstlistlonofChsrles Dleksns' treat novel, en
titled "Oilier Twin." As the besotted, lanoraat,
and unfortunate London wanderer, ML. Western
U said to hai e but few equals and no superiors
She will be supported hi the entire comnani Mr.
L. P. Barrett as Fsgln, the Jew Mr. Setchell ss
Bumblei Mr. Barron as Bill tykes, and Mlis Sophie
Glmberas Oilier Twl.t AtOroier's thestie, to-
Fomi'sTheatbe Mr. and Miss Couldock nisde
their first appearance her. last night, before a
crowded audience the former for the first time la
scleral years, and the latter for the first time, In
fact. The play was Bourelcault'a alagulsrly touch
ing domestic drama of "The Willow Cepst," t
lected, we presume, for the purpose of presenting
inr. louiaocK in tno ensraeter or Luke FlrMlng, the
touchstone of Ms rrnlus In America, and en effort
of reeognllcd power and excellence. HI pcraona-
uon oi me sierni) nonest ol yeomsn, last night,
wss full) up tohlsbillllsnt reputation Tlie.m.tl
Is a most remarkable one In Its sterling merits, and
created a profound aeniatlon last night. The piece
alao Introduced, for the first time to ourpople,
Mils CouIJock, who, as Rose Fielding, seconded her
father with exceeding grace and with approied
abllm. The mechanical accessories were cspttsl.
and the mlis en icent perfect
Nixon's WASiiiaovoN Theatre Tht Frtnctt Spy
This cieninr, the besutlful Cuhss will appear as
the French Spj , a character In which she hss no
superior. The performsnee will conclude with
Brougham's burlesque of "Pocahontas" Miss Fan
nie Brown as the gentle ssi age, and F s chsnfrsu
Nixon's Cremorke Garden Clares To-nlirht.
the sublime spectacle of the Meeting of the Kings
of Fnglandnnd Frame, at Taints, on the Field of
the Cloth of Gold, n 111 be produced at the Cremorne,
under the Immediate auspices of James M. Nixon
lu it, a fine regal procession will be etien. the
sports of ancient times Introduced, the glorious
strlfraofthe tournament depicted, and a realcar
nlial represented The blooded horses, richly ca
parlsoned,and the knlghts-combataot,cladln heat y
armor, it 111 present a brilliant scene The arenle
performances will not be abridge! Baton Stone,
ur james L inaier, the whole troupe, and the
comic mutes, being Incorporated In the programme.
On Wednesday night, Pror Haller, an expert In de
lualro tricks and cunning manipulations a second
Hamburger, In fact will appear la tnnlunctlon
with the other specialities that mark the superior
ity onne uremorne
Canterbury Those who desire to see the pop
ular faiorlte, Julia Mortimer, la one of her best
characters, should not rail to see her as Uzette, la
the "sw Iss Cottage " The beautiful danseuse, Miss
Kate renuoyer, will also appear to-night and the
awect strains of the Scottish nightingale, Miss Ag
nes Houioerisnu, will be an important feature of
the evening's performance The programme offered
la a most tempting one, and wui embrace the entire
corps of talented artistes, In beautiful and tery
Cit Councils. Monda), Nov. 10, 1863.
Hoard of Aldermen Tho Chair presented the
petition of J. M. Nixon, that his circus tent
may remain when) it Is until after tho adjourn
ment of Congress. Laid on the table
Mr. Rlcharda presented the petition of the
Washington Literary Society, for tho use of a
room In tho City Hall. Referred.
Mr. Pepper presented tho petition of J. N.
Rowland and others, In relation fb a pump.
Mr. Pepper presented the petition of William
Guntlng and others, In relation to the opening
of South Capitol street. Referred.
Mr. Sargent presented tho petition of E. L.
Steicos.and others, relative to the laying of n
footwaj from Third street to Maryland avenue.
I aid on tho table.
Mr. Clark presented tho petition of John
, Ventz, for tho remission of a fine. Referred.
Mr. Pepper presented a bill entitled "a bill
for tho opening of South Capitol street." Re
committed. Mr. Pepper Introduced a bill making an ap
propriation for introducing gas Into tho western
portion of the market-house. Passed.
Mr. Sargent presented a joint resolution au
thorizing tho purchase of fuel for the relief of
tho poor of tho city of Washington. Passed.
Mr. Pepper presented a bill entitled "A bill
to grado and gravel Eighth street cast, from
Pennsylvania avenuo to East Capitol street."
Mr. Gordon presented a bill for tho relief of
Wm. II. Lnsby & Bro. Referred.
Tho Chair read tho following bills from the
Board of Common Codncllt
A bill for tho relief of Joseph VWilluc).
A bill making an appropriation for the grav
eling of tho court jardofthe Centre Market.
A Joint resolution of Instruction to the Com
mliteo to Attend to the Interests of the Cor
poration before Congress. Referred.
A bill for tho relief of James F. Larkln.
A Joint resolution of Instruction to the Com
mittee, on the Fire Department. Passed.
Mr. Sargent presented a Joint resolution In
relation to tho completion of tho pavement In
Squaro 757. Passed.
Mr. Brodhead presented a Joint resolution re
questing tho Mayor to suspend the removal nf
tno uremorno circus, rasscu.
Common Council. Board met last night, as
usual, Mr. Shepherd, the President, in the chair.
Tho monthly report of the Inttndaul of the
Asvlum was presented and referred.
Tito Choir laid before the Board a communi
cation from tho Mayor, transmitting his ap
proval of certain acts.
Tho special order, being tho bill to couitruct
a centre building connecting tho two buildings
In tho Centra Market, at Eighth street, being lu
order. It was postponed for action later In tho
Mr. Cunlleld presented a petition lo lay a flag
lootway along Maryland at cnue, between Sec
ond and Third streets east. Referred.
Tho bill to organize, tho flro department came
down from the Board of Aldermen with sundry
verbal amendments, which wero concurred In,
and tho bill, as amended, passed.
Mr. Wilson ollered a resolution, that tho
Ma) oi bo authorized to repair and keep In
order all tho fire-plugs along Pennsylvania
uvenuo, provided tho consent of tho Commis
sioner of Public Buildings bo obtained
Mr. Gordon was In favor of tho repairs on
these plugs, but ho did not w Ish tho corporation
to shoulder tho expense. Ho thought It bo
longed totho United States Government to keep
these plugs in order, and hefatored a resolu
tion rcque&tlng tho Commissioner of Public
Buildings to do this work. The expenses ou
l'ennsjliaulu ucuuo onco aturted b) us, and
we ahull not 6ee the end of it.
Mr. Wilson did not believe the Commissioner
had pon er to do this w ork. o hai c lost thou
aands of dollars by the ncirlcct of theso matters.
and he wished to guard against fulure losses of
u similar cuaracier.
Mr Barr ottered au umcudmeut to the etlcct
that the Commltloo of tho Flro Department be
Instructed to call upon tho Commissioner of
rumie uuuuiugs, ana call tils attention to tno
eoudltion of the plugs on Pennsyltunlaacnue,
and usk him to liaio them speedily repalied,
and II ho has no fuuda under his control for
that purpose, then tn ask permission for this
illy to mukothoso repairs) aud If so, that the
Major Is hereby authorized to repair tho same,
and loi that purposo au appropriation of $VK)
be luicbi. made.
Mr. I'llla inoted to slrlko out the words
' Commissioner of Public BulldlUL,s" and hi
nt ri "me secretary oi tno interior." i.oai.
Tho bill as amended then passed.
Tho order of tho day. tho bill to build an ud
dltiou to tho Centre market, wai taken from tho
Mr. Ellis moved to strlko out the clause re
quiring a superintending architect In tho eon.
strnctlon of the bnllding. Carried.
Mr. Gordon moved to postpone tho hill In
Mr. Llovd. from the Commltt.n mi pl.ltn.
made somo explanations In regard to the case
of J. N. Fearson, and reported back the bill to
rciunu certain rax money, with a recommenda
tlon that It pass. Adopted.
Mr. Mitchell offered a resolution that the
Committee on Wharves examine the river front.
SW.M Xf , VI.L.I. a .- '
a. v.i. ..1 biicvi u C1KUIU. AQOpiCU.
Mr. Ranb moved to reconslderthevotonasseil
a few weeks since, In relation to the petition of
vuriaiupucr ioyie, tor permission to rmua an
area In an alley. Carried.
On ordering the bill to a third reading It was
so ordered 7 to 0.
On the third reading tho bill was lost 5 lo 8.
Paroled Rebels ix the Old Capitol. The
following paroled rebel prisoners wore brought
iu, jciciuay, ,rora oiciues'B ainsion, near hb.
naaaas. They were found at Centrcvlllo and
unantiiiy, and are now In tho Old Capltoli
Dr. A, F. Hawbrlght, assistant surgeon, Thirty-eighth
Sergeant Major O. 8. Tanslll, Seventh Vir
ginia. Corporal 8. M. Tract, company A, Sixteenth
W. C. Jones, II. L. Cook and Merritt Knight,
David Moore, comnanv E. Elcrhtpfntli Vnrih
Oeorge 11. Lourle, eompanj II, Sixteenth
J. H. Smith, comnanv 11. Twelfth rVinili far.
J. M. Rhernhardt, company A, Sixteenth
C. G. Woodev. romnanr ft. HlTippnth Ynrtli
n it-- - ' '
J. R. Morrow, compauy I, Thlrty-founh
J. W. Shehan, Thirty-fourth North Carolina.
J. F. Landlno. cnmrianr A. Thtririlttlitli
J. D. Ethcridce. coninanv K. Flriv.tlrst n-nr.
ucorgo taUhrlpht, company E-Thirty-fourth
A Nrw Place op Amcsemet. The build
ing known as Gymnasium Hall, corner of Ninth
street and Louisiana avenue, on Market Space,
will, hy tho 33d Instant, bo converted into a
splendid munlc hall, wlthuncw stage, new
scenery, prhato boxes, beautifully furnish
ed, orchestra chairs, arranged with every com
fort, parquetto with covered seats, and a gallery
that will command a full sight of tho stage.
The hall, when complete, we are Informed, will
seat fifteen hundred persons, and tho expense
of tho alterations will be over (he thousand
dollars. A merchant of this city has become
the proprietor, and the hall will odcu SaturdAi
e cnlng, 'h,M Instant, under the management of
uiu .anioua pamomimisi, a m. ucrnanucz,
who Is to present to the public a llrstclaes com
pany of ballet dancers, pantomlmlsts, excellent
gymnasts, tigut-ropo penormers, laughable
burlesques, Ac., so that excellent performances
may be looked for, and will, without a doubt,
meet with marked favor by the pleasure seekers
Contracts fob Head Boards. Cant. Hartz.
of tho Quartermaster's Department, awarded a
contract ycsieraay, tor tne lurmsmng or y,uou
head boards to bo placed at the graves of tho
soldiers burled at tho Government burying
ground near the Soldier's Home, from the arl
ous hospitals In this city and vlclnltv. The
contract was was given to Thomas B. Young,
Hril.l1.4.lnl.l. .. Kill .. 1. STH-- 1....-T.
are to bo of cood black walnut, four feet In
length, ten Inches wide, and one aud three
eighths Inches thick, with a flvo-eltrhth luch
grovo across the top, and twenty Inches along
mo aiue, ana to do aeuvcrca in Washington In
In addition, these boards aro to be neutlv let
tered with n hlto paint, giving tho name of the
ueceosca, nis company, regiment, ana state,
with date of death, so the friends of the deceas
ed will havo no difficulty In finding the grave
of the brave warrior, "who has slept his last
Pardovs. The President Vspardoued from
the penitentiary the following:
John F. West, convicted at Juno term, 1853,
of arson, and sentenced to twelve years Impris
onment. Richard Maryman, couUcted at June term,
1860, of grand larceny, and sentenced to three
John Woodcock, convicted March term, IW2,
of larceny, and sentenced to two j ears.
Daniel Barn, convicted of arson, March, IStJO,
and sentenced to three years.
The first had Bened out three-fourths of his
term) tho second two thirds. The third Is a
mechanic, aud tho fourth an old soldier, with
but one leg. They havo all conducted them
selves in an exemplary manner since their con
finement. Using a Billt. We understand that Super
intendent Webb, of the Metropolitan pollcee
has given orders to bis force forbidding the us
of this cowardly and murderous eapon.
Acaso has been reported to us wherein the
billy was UBcd In an outrageous manner. Seve
ral sailors went to tho house of Mr. Dickson,
In tho Sixth wuid, and rang the bell. A female
Iu tho housowent to tho window and asked
what was wantud. She received an Insulting
answer, and tho sailors wero ordered away. A
police officer, hearing a portion of tho collo
quy, pursued the man, and, Instead of arresting
him, as he ought, drew a heavy lead billy and
struck him a eat ago blow ou tho head, which
was dealt with such force as to break the ban
dlo of the instrument. It is hoped that this
barbarous system of making arrests will be
1 B II
Claims to be a Lotal Citizen James .
WUklns. who lives near Sudley Mills. He
keeps a store, and claims to bo a lo)al citizen.
He had a team with him and had bout to Fred
ericksburg onlj n few dajs previous. He
doubless held communication with the rebels,
aud It was deemed safest, during tlm active
movements, to send him awa). lie wa corn
in It n d to tho Old Capitol.
Ari ai op Troops Since Saturday moru-
iug the following havo arrived: Elghtv second
IliluoU, Col. Dicker, 770 men; One lluudnd
and Forty third Pennsylvania, Col. Hovt, 910
men j 1(U recruits for Eighth New York cav air ;
25 for Hhode Inland cavalry; 15 for Flm New
lorh. cavuirjj wj lor Micmgau regiments, in
for Sickles brigade; 2 for Tenth New orkj
and 8 lor Tw cntictli Indiana
Sispected Spies Damn Pulue and Dun
can Spittle, a man and boj, were arrested by
thu pickets ol tho Ckcutti MastuuliUMtta. niid
Btut to this clt violuda) lbc wirn liminl
utrjggliug nojr the llius tu i tusk.Mi-t nun.
ner, pretending to bo picking up corn Hit)
wore lommltiul to the Old Capitol.
Prisoner op Wail tph. WW, OlmMid
Crossiii, John 1. Gecr, lert.on Cnwsln, tbt
lcj Crosulu, John S Hlchter, and Martin
Klchtcr, tltlens living near BUckman'r. I nnl,
lowardi Centrtv Hie, wero arrestul on Sunday,
on suspicion ot robel soldiers They were cuit
lo the Old Capitol jceterdaj,
thcoMi Dia.HiCT Regiment In a ptira
graph, a tew cluss since, wo Inadvcrtantlj Bald
thui I.ltui ( ol 7ullck, who haii recent I j rt
filgmd, wua the commanding officer of this
n i:lnient It I not so Col, C, M Alexander
Is the coinmuuder ol this nglmmt, utul thu
uojrt ipci proua oi mm.
Iue Nav. Yard. Ihe Fieeborn came up
vestcrda) lrom Hampton Hoads, bringing up a
ft prisoners, mail, tic. Thu tug Lesllo also
(aiTiH nil I mm Plnpv IVilnt. tint rfltnrtA tint hint
uf special luureut.
rortc IUttirs. Joseph Beverly was ar-
1 wi uu ouuuay uj mincer irnmp, or tne rlral
ward, for larceny. Taken before Jnatlco Drnry
nnrl a..I....1 ... Itt '
...... .uiiiuiit.cu w jau iur conn.
James E. Orldln was arrested on Sunday by
Officer Tall, of tho Second ward, for being
drunk and disorderly. Taken before Justice
Drory and fined $2 paid and was discharged.
James Gsrvln was arrested on Sunday by
Ofllccr Brewer, of Ihe Third ward, for larceny.
Tancn before Justice Rowland and committed
to Jail for conn.
John Holleran was arreBied on Sunday by
Offlcer Crown, of tho Fourth ward, for using
threats of violence. Taken before Justice Gib.
erson and ordered to give bonds to keep tho
Patrick McOorey was arrested on Sunday by
Officer O'Conncll, of tho Fourth ward, for be
ing drunk and disorderly. Taken before Jna
tlco Walter and fined $1.
Thomas E. So aggott was arrested on Sunday
by Officer Mllstcad. of th Fini. . .. ..
.U..UUI.II, muni uciuro tiusuco rnrgeson
and hdd for a further hcarlnir.
trtAwt! , f -.I.... t..ju 9 ... -- '
James Lopcr was amsted on Sunday by Of.
fleer Barker, of tho Sixth ward, ror larceny.
Taken before Justlro Cull and fined J5.W.
Andrew Carter was arrested on Sunday by
Officer Barker, of the Seventh ward, for as
sault. Taken before Juitlco Siratton and or
dered to git e bond for bis appearance at court.
Nixoi'a Washinoto Theatre. Last even
ing, Cubas, for tho first tlmo In this city, In the
military drama of tho "French Spy," sustain
ing three characters, executing an Arab dance,
and a Spanish dance, and fighting n broad
sword combat. Her pantomime la very good,
In fact, superior to any other artlsto that wo
havo ct er seen In this part, looking and acting
her different parts as If they had been created for
her. Her broads ord combat drew down Im
mense applause. All tho characters In the
piece were ably supported by the dramatic com
pany. Last ct cnlng, also witnessed tho debut
of Miss Fannie Brown, one of the most fascinat
ing actresses It has ever been onr lot lo sec.
Sho appeared In Ihe burlesque of "Pocahon
tas," which was capitally performed by Clian
fraDavcnport, and tho entire company. Tho
piece Is replete with music and somo beautiful
singing. The same bill la repelled for this
Doings of tuePkuiosti.i aim ThmiAtrni
of the Tenth New Jerse) regiment, under Capt.
Johnson, Is doing excellent scrvlca in this city.
line onr citizens are sale and asleep In their
beds, this efficient guard is patroling tho streets,
avenues and allies of tho city, breaking np
gambling and grog shops, and other dens of In
tamy, and preserving the eico of tho city gen
eral!). Last Sundav nicLt. ten or tnilra nf Un
worn of these dens wero entered by Lieutenant
ciauitini uuu uis pairoi, anu ino proprietors
being found engaged In their unlan ful praetl-1
ces, thclr houses Heru closed and the keepers
ordered to the Central guard house. '
On Hntitrrfiv nt.ri.1 .i. i....Ar . i
on Satnrdaj night, tho houw or a colored
shoemaker 011 II street, between Twentieth and
incmjMt,nai ciucrcu aim a largo amount 1
01 iioternmcnt property dlseotcrcd; consisting
of shirts, drawers, shoes, stockings and blank
ets. The patrol Is constantly engaged In this
business, and an enormous ainonnt of property
has thm been sated.
Dcatiis or Soldiers. Tho follow lug death
of soldiers have occurred since our last Issue:
J. A. Dodge, compan) F, 50th .V. V, Engi
neers, at camp.
""John W. Stalford, company F, Vth Mass. bat.,
Ambrose Hair, company A, 7ih Battalion X,
T. art , Emory hospital.
W. J. Bush, company A, l'Hh N. Y. batten,
U: Jones, teamster, Quartermaster hospi
tal. George W. Dickcrson, company 11, 45th l'aM
James Collyer, company H, 11th Mass., Trin
ity Church hospital.
John Hlgglns, , :J0th New York bat
Bick Soldiers. About 500 soldiers are to bo
scut from tho various hospitals in this city to
Philadelphia. These are conralescent patients
who are not well enough to rctnrn to their regi
ments. This courso is rendered necessary ou
account of the largo number of sick soldiers
Mho ore constantly arriving from the camps in
Virginia. Theso aro left by the various divisions
and brigades now on tho march, and tho sick
aro sent Into this city a fast as possible. Tno
hundred or moro arrived in tho cars, ou Msry
land avenue, on Sunday lint.
AimcHTOFA Drlnkcv Sluueon. Last Sat
urday night, tho patrol, under Lieut. Franklin,
arrested Assistant Surgeon Mauran of tho Third
New York regiment, at a house of ill-repute on
tho corner of Thirteenth and D streets. Tho
Doctor was erj drunk and boisterous. Ha was
taken to tho central guardhouse. Wo ha e not
learned what final disposition has been made of
tho besotted rascal, but ho should bo dismissed
tho service In disgrace, If thero Is no uoraepeu-
auy tan ue mulcted tor sucu cuipauio conduct
In a man who has tho caro of our sick soldiers.
Frou Fkbderick&bcrq. Isaac Illrsb, of
company A, Thirtieth Virginia cavalrj, was
sent to the Old Capitol yesterday. Ho claims
to be a deserter, and says he was wounded at
Sharpsburg and was sent to Fredericksburg,
from thence) as soon us able, he started for our
lines. He left F.on tho the sixth, and wascap
tured at Dumitles h) pickets of I ho Sixth Ohio
caalry. He reports only one battalion of c
atri. nf nhnut f.fXl 111011. nt Fioilrrlrkuhiirir. ili-J
lug picket dutj Ho also reports LonMreet'a
illusion nt rmptpcr uiuit-uoiHc
Fo SrarroRD CotM,, a T. joung
men wero at thu unnoal marshal's otneo tea.
terdaj.for tho purpose of taking tho uatli of
allegiance. They stated that one, of them as a
coaferlpt, sucl tho other had bun roreed Into
tho rebel service. Tho people ol Stafford coun-
le ham suft-Lrcd a im.at deal klnLU our armv
va uatcS "tbrtctalSrf Fredc eUbS'g. T?.o
country Is desolate, and all tho necessaries or
llfo at'fabulous prices. Many of the villages
aro entirely d.scrtod, and a plcturo of iWU.
tlon and want Is presented by tho uholo conn-
' i i
TwitK IsirHisoNEi). Henry Degan was cap -
tured about three weeks since, whllo tros.lng
Ihorrurlosoineof tho lower eountles of Ma-
ryland. Ho waa examined jnd sent lo tho Old
Capitol. 1 cstcrdjj bo was released, when bo
went lo the imy ard and demanded mir
$.',U00 luVlrglnla Slalo stock, w hlcli ho a
was taken lrom hlni bj somo officer on tfio
Fieeborn Ho was arrested, by order of the
commandant of thonaty jard.aud commlllcd
to hlb old quarters In Iho Old C ipllol prison
1'MWMi -Ilrle. (mi shrlur, I b A
Inn Latnliln nml I It Il.i.i.l. M ( W
t mil I, . I. aud s.l.1.1. S. w ork I II II ,
mound and I) t .lull S, w ,.,k. anuil ihe
U I Nabe., Memphl., I, ,., e lenient I.
Hughe, I'hlla I J llalhawu, DO.10U, Mass,
thaa. A.Secor, Vw ork, A. Hay aid Mis.
V ...., -Johiirbrenehwaseapturu,
at hi. own house . t Jl nille.ia.t ofMana..
"i ." Jfl ' t1.! ' iS . B,ncr'1 C1UU'PU)
?' ' "rr'I',n .'."'n'1' hl?h W,"? '"''."r1 '" tuV
I cper countj Ho was In cl ltcua' .Iress, and
ffir . ran, ' ' l""ra0"r nl " lo
mat ol a ranger.
AtTMtnoN, AnfLie,TLDl Ur. ell u) U ji'
engaged in an cxteuslto prattleo lu thla eltj,
aud wo would call Iho atteutloii of tho poor,
puuj, cmaelatcd tlctlma of lhelr owu slu lu
tho beat sources of remedy. Hrst, (.itaupjour
present courso ot llto at onco aud lorcter i and
secondl),call ou Iho uio.1 skilful pb)lelans,
(and none aro belter thau Dr. Villn),) aud bo
cured of tho dlseaso which la now undermln-
lutliotoustltutloiiandseudliiK)OU to a pre -
mature, grav e,
IIATK OS A T) VKIlTIBllta.
Ono square, fonr days ...... i.sis
wuo B411.ro, uto eiara ....... 1,60
Ono square, six days ....... 1,7s
Everjr other day advertisements, nftv per
Once a week advertisements charged as new
for each Insertion.
Eight lines or less constitute a square.
Aavcrtlnmnta shmil.1 h. h.n in k. !...
o'clock p. m.
Two WAsntvoTot Bois rs tdb Old Can
iol. Two young men, who may bo known to
many of our citizens, wero captured by the
pickets of Gen. Sickle, near Brlstow Station,
and sent to this city yesterday.
The name of one Is Wm. II. Daniel, of com
pany F, Thirteenth Virginia cavalry, (said to be
tho son of Prof. Daniel, rausls teacher, of this
city.) IIo has been In service eighteen months
He waa In the battles of Bull Run and Manas
sas, on the 18th and 21t of July, lSOli alao at
Williamsburg. Seven Pines. Peach Orchard.
The other Is a son of Hon. Alexander Dlml-
try, of Louisiana, lato United Sutes Minister to
Nicaragua, and long in public employment In
this city, where, while he was fattening at the
public crib, his son was learning to turn traitor
on tho first, opportunity. Tho son Is named
aicx. u. uimiiry. 11a naa neen m tno reoei
service ten months, havlnsr lolned tha First
Louisiana battalion. He waa In the battles of
Williamsburg and Seven Pines. He la now a
member of the Thirteenth Vlrzlnla. and states
that tho present strength of that regiment Is
JVl man Tfiai Aw mav m I . t . ST1
w iucui lie j nng .uiuiuutcu iu iud uiu
Steali.c Wood. Caroline Adami and Eli
zabeth Washington, both colored, were arretted
yesterday, by Officer Crown and NIchola, of
the Fourth ward, for stealing wood from one of
their neighbors In Prattler's alley. They were
tried by Justice Daraaclo, and committed to
Jail for court.
Fine Frut. Wo have been shown a pear
11 ft ecu Inches lu dream f.reneo and five lnchei
In diameter, weighing twenty-four ounces,
grown upon the property of our fellow-cltlzen,
corge Kaub, Esq. It Is a magnificent speci
men of fruit of tho Beuna do Luvaln variety.
Bineino IUtes. The following are tho rate
at which bankers and brokers aro buying and
selling gold and ellrcr the legal tender notra
being the standard!
Gold - - - 33 per c. prem. 33 per c. preni.
Silver - - - SO " 23 "
Demand notes 24 " 2S
Banks of issue tn Washington and George
Bank of Metropolis. Farmers and Merit's
Bank of Washington. Bank.
Patriotic Bank. Bank of Commerce
Farm's fc Sterch's Bnk.
The Farmers and Merchants Bank and the
Bank of Commerce Issue notes of tho den oml
nation of one dollar and upwards
The Bullion Bask redeems their notes In L
8. Treasury notes, when any amount from one
dollar upwards is presented'
w hitiiilkit r.uusi 01 Penn at, neat
''oor to ,Iltl Telegraph Office, continues to attra. t
,hnjs n l.ltors to obtain corn da rlrtfttor then
aches and frleods.w lilcliar. so truthfully iiroducl
t tl. ((mfrnonoi-rJ ami (rtro.r. ctiiJllrtmr-i
Card likeness or our distinguished jeneralj anl
"encrs, logemcr wun many una uate fallen iu
battle, can be obtained AUo, poiirtlts la oil ami
water colors order nr 1U Iws promptlv t
tended to x.t it im
Desirable India fit bock Goods Mr It A
lUUliAitJu4t rpcehed a lot of Office rV Loot aud
i-udii uuu .iu...neu loru i nino, auu noiinra rou
ehoi, rxtrs Urge licit also, a lot of blue FnrlUh
Talmas, erj long, at $10 eachj which he U selling
at manufacturers' prices, at his India Rubber W are
houM, 310 Fenntlanl avtnue, between Ninth
and Tenth streets oct 57 tf
Woau or Adwce. Those who lute beuu
doctoring for weeks and month without obtaining
relief, should consult Dr Flshblstt, whose offlce U
at tio 431 K street, corner of LIghth street, and be
radically cured Twenti-tHe jears experience hss
eitabllined Dr Flshblaft's reputation as a phi it
moderate DR FlSUBLAtT.
No t Eitreet, corner of Eighth,
Opposite the General Post OCLke
Imdia Ruiieh Goods The place to bur your
RUBBER COATS, LLGGINS. CAMP BLAISXLTS,
HA I LOCKS, HAERSACKS, and every article
made from INDIA RUBBER, U at II A. HALL'S
India Rubber Warehouse, whero you can obtain
them at manufacturers' prices, 31 J rennsyUanla
atenue, between Math and Tooth itrrats. ouR
The Laat Moments of General Mltchcl.
Standing by Gen. MItchel's bedside, ho
reached out his hand and took mine, and look
ing up In my face, ho saldi "It Is a blessed
thing to havo a Christian's hope In a time liko
this." An hour after he beckoned me, and
feebly shaking my hand, said: "You must not
stay any longer; go now, and come to me In
the morning.' Major Birch, who had been
untiring lu his attentions, entered almost con
vulsed with grief. He had Just taken down the
last will and u ishes of his belo ed commander,
lie conducted the Bev. Mr. Strickland to tho
bedsldo of tho General, aud beckoned me to
follow. I did not hear the words of the Gen
eral as tha Hev. Mr. S. stooped to speak to him ;
but I did hear him say "kneel down," and theu
ask Mr. Strickland to mako a short prayer.
Hon Btlll ho lay w hlle that prayer went up to
the throno of the God of battles I At Its con
clusion, as w o rose, his eyes rested on me, and
his hand was extended again. "You can do
me no good," said he, faintly, 'do not stay.'
His mind seemed perfectly clear and calmj but
he was falling constantly.
Oh 1 It Is a tearful sight to us all to see a fath
er thus dying) dying In the same house with his
tno sons and they not know It not permitted
to look upon his lace not permitted to treasure
his last v, ords, his last look that all these rnubt
be given to stranger. But they are too sick
j u to bear the blowt It would shatter tuemj thcie
lore the must bo kept In Ignorance till a com
lug hour, bcuu p. m. Gen. Mltchel haft
bnathd his laut lie la gone from us. Our
hopes that wero placed on hltu must be lifted
higher higher. lth Victor Hugo, we must
brcatlud his lab!
'"'.L?, "I' V'' '5..?.'..sAral,1 " '?ldl.e,rfj
"""?";""""""" 9V"." ..7'ri .
JVUJ "f'Uo p0,,er" "f dVhnef; 1. 1 ?in fi i
'"" tn"r0 ?0"lT," ,f ' f5al"? , "h .' '.n
UQ " ur '' ' ?,' m? ,.i i,Ivh ZZ
?". '""T1.! 1. , K.-iXi.nS .SJift?'
I look was lo tholtet. Mr.Strlckland seeing him
I 1 "tt SfiV ll3' "
, llftlnK, ,hUf"'1' Lni uprr? i"1'?' J
lMl be from among ; men -Port Royal Cor
' "'"" -x 'rt
, duuinctry Is ono of tho conditions of good
1 health. God knows tho bet form. Ha created
i 'nan upright In Ills own Imago. Tho vital
orgaus In the chest and abdomen aro ntted to
erect nine. If tho upper twrllon of tha
' l''no ben I forward, as In drooping shoulders,
not only U tho great nervoinarrow of tho spine.
Itaelf distorted, and Its circulation crippled,
' (whleh Is a serious matter, resulting In certain
common alTectious,) but tho lungs, heart, liver
and stomach loao their natural place, au I per
form all their duUeadlsadtanlageouolj Iterj
large proportion of our many aUectlous of tlie
ltal or,tarj. take thrtr rise In aiirh olsplaee.
"";ia: Mt ' al ho done ?
' liuptmo tho deaks In our biIiuoH.bo I al
'"l1 of; eonii.lllut. our ton i,t u kit tori 0 nr
ivirj ih In nttooplng (osltlon, Ihi shall be
el'awn Well b.uk 1 In. ur, a. Ij .ceom
P"'- l"e' ''"' "ol,'1 '. ,,',,.,IJ nllUro
I "a,B,m",,11 ,,, ,uUBl produco round
ihuulders, lor w Inn the organs of tho abdomen
1 1 i pushed downward, llm shoulders must drop
' ,tt lo luu,uuu lBa relations bettTfwv tho
thoraelc and abdominal viscera. ...
s. Tho baek legaof our ehalra mu.t boTliiii
on two Inches shorter than tho front ones. The
trout edgo of tho seat must not be moro than
i louricin Inches high for a woman, aud sixteen
, for men. This arrangement will Immediately
I relievo tho back nbllo sluing, and secure a
good position or tho shoulders
4. Tho habit ot walking creel, with tho alror
I a soldier, must bo general!) euliivateu.
V Oymnaslto culture or lias '"
, Willi sueh means iho nation will becomonp,
tight and vigorous. On Um,