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THURSDAY, - - -
NOV. 13, 1803,
THE SOUTHKIIN ARISTOCRACY HVKT
A letter from New Orleans, itated to bo from
n new Tork officer, serving under General
B a tier, It published, In which tho possi
bility of subduing the rebellion by availing our
selves of tho dissensions of tho rebel leaden,
It presented by tho writer, and with a degrco of
hopefulness which shows that ho has never
made politics a profound study.
It It probably true enough that the people of
New Orleans complain of having been aban
doned bythe Confcderato Government, and that
they denounce General Lovcll as a coward,
General Breckinridge as being a mere politician
and no soldier, and Governor Moore as having
made the public distress an occasion for private
speculations. It Is probably true enough, also,
that they ore made a little soro by the discovery
that Mr. Slldcll, Mr. Bcnjamlnand Mr. Yan
cey have provided forthclrown personal future
by a timely transfer of more or less of their
private funds to Europe. It Is probably true
enough, also, that there aro old private feuds
between the Soulcs and Beauregard on one
vide, and JetT. Davis and other at Richmond.
It would be strange If discords, which exist
cv crywherc at tho South, were unknown lu Lou
isiana. They arise, necessarily, from the
clashing ambitions of tho Southern leaders.
But, that they can be made of any value to us,
Is not apparent. These men may hate each
other, but they unite In hating us worse. Not
a single man Is their civil or military service
has proved treacherous to them, and no con
spicuous man, out of their public service, has
left the rebel side to join ours. Pike and Hind-;
man may quarrel In Arkansas, but neither of
them comes to us. Richmond is to-day torn by
the conflicts of factions, but none or them look
this way for allies. The rebels are in one com
mon skip, In which they must float, or sink to
gether. In this war, as It was in the political
struggles which preceded the war, the South
(meaning, by that expression, the slaveholders
who control the South) are an Indivisible unit,
as against all the rest of mankind, however
much they may may wrangle among thcmaelve. general order, acted with decided ability ; and
Their personal quarrels were always violent, i " lucre 1 nothing to censure, he and the sub
but that never affected their perfect harmon) ordinate officers who were arrested are released,
of movement, in everything affecting the inter-' ordered to their respective commands.
ests of the peculiar Institution which made them
a distinct caste.
The writer of the letter upon which wo arc
commenting, confesses that "the emancipation
business Is a damper upon any prospect" of
making use of the quarrels of these Louisiana
rebels. It Is not a "damper" merely, but an
absolute extinguisher. I to rebuke trroi and inconsistency In cither
The onlv way In which we can get a political I ('llUr, h or Statc
foothold in tho South, Is to extirpate this close Onr complaint is this i For more than two
corporation of slaveholders, by destroying sla- J rs we have attended the different churches
very. WcmustvWtthesercbclllousarlstoerats I this cltj twice and thrice on theSabbath,
with utter ruin, ttrln them of their estate, and i " no single Instance have we heard one
thus deprive them of their consideration and
power. We can then build up u new social v
tern at the South, In widen It will be possible Torn
Republican ftoverntmnt to have real friend.
That U the mil) "reconstruction" which will
H)lve the problem of this great warj not the re-
construction of the Feder.il compact, but there-
(onstructlon of Southern soelet), from the fonn
dot ions up.
Instead of seeking for allies In tho dlsalfcc
ns und feuds of the rebel leaders, we must go
ralght to tho masses, black und white, of
whose physical strength these lenders make
use. Tho slavcholdlng aristocracy must be
d est roved. Nothing else will end n war, which
Is not one between sections, but between Ideas
Confederate Loans Abroad.
The Richmond papers say that some sales of
Confederate stocks, at as good a rate as eight v
fclx cents on the dollar, were mado In England,
Just before tho recent Indications of the British
Government, unfavorable to a recognition of
This statement, In the exact form In which
It Is made, may not be true, but the Confederates
will have been singularly unlucky, if they have
not been able to find some market In England
for their securities. John Bull Is t Icthorlc with
mom), and as long a revolutionary got em
inent an) where can maintain a show of exist
ence, their paper will command some price
among the financial speculators In London.
The Confederates, In selling bonds, haw an
advantage which apothecaries are Bald to have,
that all they get is clear profit. The rate Is of
little consequence, as tho suppl) Is Inexhausti
ble. It Is not easy to see how It Is, except by the
bale of bonds, that the Confederates hao been
able to manage the purchases of arms and sup
plies they have been obliged to make abroad.
They hav chad another motive to push this
foreign sale of their securities to the utmost.
Eer) Englishman who can bo diddled Into
buying Confederate stock, ut w hatever rute, be
comes an adtocate for recognizing the South,
und for European Intervention. Thus, to sell
a Confederate bond abroad, kills two birds with
ono stone. While the direct proceeds hto pock
eted, a permanent and reliable ally Is c cured.
Let our Richmond friends be consoled. If
the) can no loDger sell at eighty-six, let them
nell at fifty, or even at twenty-live. Jt will onlv,
take more bonds to get tho samu amount of
money, and whatever difficulties there may Le
about paying bonds, there Is nono In manufac
Mr. Hull and the Proclamation.
A letter trom Hon. Joseph Holt, written on
tho25lh of October, but only Just published,
takes tho true grounds, that no interest, or in
stitution, must be permitted to stand In the w uy
of the paramount duty of restoring tint Union)
that those who are in arms ogaint the CohmI
tutlon can claim no rights under It, und that If
the rebellious States do not subult befumthe
1st of January, they will hae voluntarily
brought upon themselves the abolition of Mm p.
ry. These are sound views, and the) murk tho
auspicious progress of right opinions uinong
Southern men, who are really and uncondition
ally for the Union. As a Kcntucklan, Mr.
Holt naturally desired to sate the Unlou with-
nut Injury to slaver, and he has not Ielded
the hope of doing ho, until cunts Imedunon
strated that It cannot be realized, Ouo e..r ago
he resisted the proclamation of flen. Fremont,
offering liberty to the slat ea ofrebcls. To-djj ,
he sustains the proclamation of the Pre-hlml,
declaring all slates to ho free, In such States as
.shall romaln Insurrectionary after the 1st of
Junuary. The change which the progress of
lime has wrought In his mind, Is going on con
stantly among the genuine friends of the Unlou
lu the border States. It has Just manlftbted It
fcelfinost signally In the election In Missouri.
A few more courageous utterances, like this of
Mr. Holt, will finish the pood work.
The New York World recommends the bor
der free States which have Democratic Legisla
tures, to pass laws forbidding tho Immigration
of negroes into their Commonwealths. Think
for a moment of a great Stato calling Itself free
going deliberately to work to prohibit laborers
because of tho color of their skin from coming
Into their midst. What a spectacle for tho
world! What a burlesque on the Christianity,
the civilization, and democracy of the pcoplo
who do It. We know not which most to con
demn, tho consummate stupidity, or down-right
knavery of tho chaugcllng who recommends
this sort of legislation. This Is modern Democ
racy, as expounded and Illustrated by one of Its
In what a striking contrast to this policy
which is proposed for tho lordcr free States is
the recent olo of the pcoplo of Missouri In
choosing a Legislature tho majority of which
Is in favor of emancipation. There the Presi
dent's policy of emancipation Is endorsed, and
will bo carried out while In tho free State of
Nov York, the pensioned organ of tho "corrupt
and corrupting Democracy" would initiate a
policy which would disgrace a nation of bar
barians. Shame on the venal toadies to an In
solent slave oligarch). If It were really desira
ble, as It not, to prevent the negro from going
Into the free States, emancipation Is the thing
to prevent It. Give liberty to the slaves, and
they will stay where they arc, and many of their
colored brethren from the Northern States will
join them. Mr. Nichols, the superintendent of
the contraband camp in this city, tells us that
not one in a hundred of all the contrabands
could be induced to go North.
A truce thcrforc to the nonsense of the World
newspaper and all such twaddle.
Tun Harper's Fertit Investigation. Col.
Thomas II. Ford, who conducted the defence
of Maryland Heights "without ability," Is, by
direction of the President, and In accordance
with tho recommendation of tho court of In
quiry In the case, dismissed from the service of
the United States.
Major William II. Balrd,of the One Huudred
and Tw rnty-slxth New York regiment, for bad
conduct mi the same occasion, Is also dis
missed Brigadier General White, It Is declared in the
Com n untested
Tra for the Negro
Mr. Editor Sir i Being un attentive reader
ol 3 our valuable paper for the two v ears hut
ast, we have formed the opinion that you are
possessed of sufficient nerve and moral courage
eirmst petition offered up In behalf of the
poor oj pressed slate, by name. It Is true that
many or most of onr ministers pray for all
men, for the poor, for the preservation of the
Union, for the President. Cabinet, Ac, Ac. So
thev go on und specif as above and make
frtimliizl) earnest prjjers fortbo President, the
Union imu) and navy, and almost an inde-
finite number of special subjects for pra)crs
nre snokeu of by name : indeed, almost eery
class and condition of men are named In their
nrnvers except the slave.
Now, why Is this so ? We desire to exercise
charit), but when we hear them thus specify
und name almost every other class and condi
tion of men, why do they carefully refrain and
een go round or jump over the poor, dumb,
mangled, and bleed!, g slave ? We are driven
to the conclusion mat it is oniy ana soiei) be
causo It would be unpopular In our fashionable
churches, and might be offensive to some pro
slater) aristocratic pew holder.
But some will suj,"Oh, our minister pravs
for tho slave" but Inquire or listen, and jou
will Und Id every case that tho claim Is made in
behalf of the minister, because he prays for the
poor and for the oppressed cvenj and If this Is
praying for tho slate, why may we not orgae,
that It Is also prating for the sick soldlerl Hut
the), b) their universal custom, say this kind
of general petition is not specific enough, and
the) go on and name the sick soldier, the be
reatcd families at home, and many moro wor
th) subjects of their petitions, and do not forget
to pra) for tho President, tho Union, &c, Ac.j
but none; we blush to admit the fact that we
, have none who tan summon moral courage
sufficient to name the slave In his prayer: none
cten, who d iro to pray even In tho language of
(,ods own word that viryjoke rnhjUt be
brokin and ho opprLSse d go freo." JleeiN
UUailJ Hilt BlUVtltlJ XmtK IUV illlUlBl4 111 IfUQll-
Jnirtcn, Is this " remembering those lu bonds,
as bound with themf" Is this doln? unto others
as Tuu ould they should do unto von ( or ms
It not he suld unto ou In the great day of ac
count, " In ismuch as je hate not done It unto
one or the i
Uat or these, ye have not done It
If. Mr. Editor, jou know any church or min
uter m ho fears God more than public sentiment.
who lotts consistency and an approving con
science better than popularity, let us know tho
location of his house of worship, for there are
many earnest anu -slavery umsiians ni ready
here, and more coming.
One m ord more as to the duty und propriety
of prajlnir for the slave, and we arc done.
Man, yea thousands, of cases might be given
k hire It Is the duty of Christians to pra v. (as
we allluie filth In prater,) but let one among
the many th.it might be named suffice.
e nave in our employ an intelligent contra
band woman whoso mother was torn from her
uud sold to tho cotton planter many years ago.
rtinco that, slaverj next claimed and took hor
hiuhaud, and lat nnd only child, and now she
knows not whiru uu nlTectlonate mother, a be
Io eJ hu&haurt, or her ow n tender child Is. This
is und will i robablj remain hir unhappy con
dition until the dav of eternity dawns.
If f hrlstlaus oud Christian ministers cannot
he engaged and enlisted In behalf of this class
of God's sullerlng poor, where shall they go for
s) mpainy ami lor pra era f
subscribe rnj self, not u conservative, not
utrelj nn anil-slavery man, but
We think our correspondent's conclusion,
respecting anti-slavery clergymen In Washing
ton, is rather sweeping. If he and those who
think w ith him will attend upon the mlnlstrv of
Kev. Ur. Channlnff, nt Wlllartja' Hall, they will
find a man In this record fully up to tin Ir w Ishes,
II the wish fur orthodox preach! tig, thty can
attend theinlniMr) ot Kev. U. F. Morrls'a Pres.
byteriun thurdi, on the Island. Several, also,
of onr arm) chaplains are thorough autl-slavery
men, union,; whom we may mention Kev. C. W.
Denisou, of (lie I'atent Offieo hORpltnt and Kev.
F JacVson. of Armory hospital.
Ihlv Dkbah It The Klchmoud Fxanuuer
of Nm 1, ujb
"These fittunitUs threutened lu the eup
t tire of our ports uru irraveenouirh. Oneirrnver.
however, und more terrible than all these. Is In
comuu tnetneiuy (ungeiu iiobl in the col ton
States, for putting Into operation there his
cminrlpntlon bcheim "
Naval Okders. Acting Volunteer Lieut.
Eaton has been ordered to the Circassian.
Acting Assistant Paymaster HutchUm bus
been ordered to the Cora. Morris. i
(Junuer Hall lias been ordered to the Missis
Gunner Harrison has boen ordered to ramiico
A Few Platu Wonls to Northern Con
err Ml Tea.
Gentlemen i You have won the lato import
ant elections at tho North as against tho Admln
tratlon party, which party Is tho aetirt ackno
tedgext trar fxtrty of tho Northern Slates. The
responsibility of power wilt soon compel jou
to decide what shall bo your future iirty jollcy
with regard to this war. Can )ou carry tho
rotten, treasonable element which lias united
Itself to your rarty, for n " more vlgorons
prosecution of the war l" If you cannot carry
this "dead weight," and still sustain tho Ad
ministration as heartily and effectively as the
Republicans, It is plain enough that greater
weakness, not greater strength, must result to
tho Administration, as a consequence of yonr
advent to power. With less support, how can
mo tiovemmem evince greater vigor t
All tho ucaco men. all tho compromise men.
every bigoted partisan Democrat, tho cowardly
wno icarea ine urait, mo onyiocKs wno trcrao.ea
for their gold, disappointed politicians, mal
contents of every grade and character, every
secession sympathizer, member of the order of
the " Knights of tho Golden Circle" all these
classes of men united with the really patriotic
men who compose the mass of the conservative
Earty t and, what Is worse, these rotten elements
arc succeeded in electing their fair, numerical
share of representatives as rotten as them
selves. This rotten, treasonable representation
will make itself both heard and felt.
Will tho Democratic party acknowledge fel
lowship with these traitors, or will It repudiate
thcml If the former, a most disgraceful peace,
upon the basis of separation, is beforo lift If
the latter, all will yet bo well. Gentlemen, do
not flatter yourselves that a compromise with
the rebels, for the purpose of restoring the
Union, is possible. Doubtless, some of the
shrewd Southern politicians would be glad to
compromise upon the basis of new and satis
factory guarantees for slavery, a restoration of
the Democratic party to power, Ac. Ac; but
the South Is far beyond the control of politi
cians; It is governed by an nll-pcrvadlng ralll
tarv power, bncked up by the brutal passions
and blind but determined prejudices of a class
of men who have been the trained blood -hounds
of the aristocratic slave-owners. With this
bloody-minded, vindictive mob, or with the
proud, fierce and confident military leaders of
the rebel army, you cannot compromise.
Aside from these two governing classes. It Is
doubtful if you could obtain tho consent of a
majority of the Southern people to compromise
upon any terms which restored them to the
union as u was.
The Southern mind has been educated for a
generation to prepare It for the present work.
Hatred and distrust of the people of the North,
and everything Northern, has Iteen Instilled Into
the Southern mind from Infancy to man or
wotnanuood. inennstiog, ine courts 01 jus
tlce(l) the schoolroom, the domestic circle1,
ni rn iii imtnif. imv nil tnrht iIip imp ,
unvarying lesson a lesson of hate and con- burg, on the left, and encountered the most de
tempt for Northern people. They -were told tcrmlned opposition in successfully executing
that the Northern people had Injured them; its pirt of the general plan of the battle. Gen.
therefore, tney must nato tuemi tnat tuo i
Northerners were inferior to themj therefore,
" Yankees " ere legitimate objects of Southern
scorn ana contempt.
I Impaired, some years since, of a frank, out
spoken Virginian, "Why the Southern people
felt so much hostility toward Northern people V
He hesitated a moment, and then replied: ' We
are taught, from Infancy, to look upon the
Northerner as our enemies." That there would
bearMlth the North, has ten n foregone
conclusion at the South for year?. It has been
talked of as freely and unreservedly as any poll-
tlcal question of the dayi and there has been a
generul tendency at thebouthtoprepareforthe
struggle, j 11 the uu or inh, i ncoru tnra
IJilh Smith make a speech at Fairfax Court-
lioiinc, Virginia. In the course of his speech,
he declared that war with the North n jb tin-
rending, and, sooner or later. It would come.
Ic warned tho people to prtparo for t he conflict,
and told them that if It wero needed, "undoubt
edly foreign nsMHanrc could bo obtained.
For j cars Southern orators ha o been prophecj -lug
"war with the Northt" thtj hate under
mluetl and n. moved the last cstigeof fntcrnal
nflWtlnn. Florida Incnnifltn r Tin Id nnlliniotM t.
t. rprrn.mil tlit foundntlon for this damnable I
rcoeiiiou man nae ine niscipics oi donn u,
Turk never hated Christian as these accursed
vipers havo taught Southern people to hate
Northern people. The Koman patrician felt
more sympathy and respect for his plcblan de
pendent than the self-styled chivalry " cuter
mined for the native-born citizens of a Northern
It was this condition of the Southern mind
that made war between tho North and South
Inevitable. It might possibly hae been delay
ed a few years and but a few years, at the
Precisely this point had been reached1 prior to
the election of Mr. Lincoln: cither the North
must coneedo Its Inferiority, and hand oer the
control of this continent to Southern men, or
go to war to maintain even Its equality.
Tho Southern cry, 'Met us alone, was a
transparent humbug, a mere sham. The South
meant war v lien u attacked ton Rumicr. it
had determined upon war, ilrst, to gratlf) their
passlonatehate toward Northern people: second-
Ij, to humiliate the North bv military defeat,
and thereby secure the ascendaneyon the North
The North, unexpectedly to tho South, ao
ceptedat once thechall eugeof the chh airy."
T)je charuUrof the mX& necessarily became
ihit nf ft A. rtii7 .-... iirunnU Tli Annitif m
inatorafia OeatA itrungu. ineboutuern
fr UbVMW.III 1 uvvumv
reoeisime rtpcaieuiyueciarea.oy worn una
deed, that the) so consider it. The success of
liner oi me comoatanis is tne utter political
uln of the other.
To consent to separation, Is to Inaugurate an
endless war along our entire border.
Any sanction of separation, by tho North,
would be construed, by tho Southerners, Into
an acknowledgement of defeat; and the self
conceited and aggressive slaveholders would
not fall to make an honorable) peace Impossible
to the North.
The temper, habits, Intentions, aud the social
(structure of Southern society, compel a ;xf
tlit. nut a ntgathe, decision of this quarrel.
hither tho North, with its progressive Ideas
and Its enlarged freedom, or the South, with Its
feudal, retrogressive tendencies and Its s stem
of compulsory servitude, must novrnn tuis
"To this complexion It must come at last.1
Any "compromise" or "arrangement" that
shall cause a cessation of hostilities before tho
question Is decided "which section Is master?"
.slmpl suspends, but cannot end the w ir.
To tho bitter end, It must be fought out sooner
or lateri the Southhavedcllberntelydetermlned
upon this, and the North cannot, if It would,
avoid the con met
conservatives, such is thecondltlon
i, ..in,! vi. i.ifliitui
liern mind. You must light the reli-
of the Southern
els Into submission, no matter what the cost.
peaC0, which the Soutb will speedily render
Intolerable to von than war Tho few
H2S. '.??LWS?iV..l?. .V?1!,-!?'"-! Ji! 27
UJiii, iu . wUi..,.u.u ..wo '"' ""
ueanvueu ij jruui iuiiiii;ui ruivwn, uiu uur
Instincts speak truly when they whispered that
n" Northern conservative" success, at this
time, is a premonitory symptom of national
Ten VEAna in tue Sovtu.
Fairfax ( oi rt-hoi se, Va Not. 10.
.leir. Ilailk Kevlewa lire's Arm.
Baltimore, Nov. 10. From thomoht relia
ble seccsston sources here,whohaverelatlvesln
the South, I learn that Jen". Davis reviewed
(leneral Lee's rebel arm, eighty thousand
strong, at Winchester, ten days ago. All wero
In new uniforms, and the officers were even
dressed out with white kid gloves. The same
informants nre confident that Lee's whole arm
lias escaped to (lordnnBV Illc. Philadelphia "
Six u woman lu unotliti loluiuii picking
Sutubuel drapes, for Bpetr's Wine. It Is au
admirable article, used In hospitals, und by the
first families In Fails, London and New Yoik.
lu prefereuec- to old l'orl Wine. It la worth a
trial, us it givos great satisfaction. If
'J75 I'll, attrnut, btt. Tinth and Eleventh street i,
Will opwi J.7J-K FASHIONS on Thursday,
Mrs s bating procured n competent Dress
maker, is prepared to exciuto all orders with
promptness nor II 3 1
i The New Commsndtraf th Army of the
Maior4.cn. Ambrose Evcrltt Burnsldo. of the
United States volunteer service, Is In the prime
of life, havlmr been born at Libert v. a small
town In Union county, Indiana, on tho 23d of
May, 1KJ4. jiq was nominated to tno west
Point Military Academy, and his name was en
rolled as a cadet In 1&3. He graduated In
1S47, eighteenth In a class of thirty-eight mem
bers, and was immediately attached to tho 3d
artillery, with the brevet rank of second lieu
tenant. In September, 18i7 Lieut. Burnsldo
was promoted to a full second lieutenancy In
company C, 3d artillery, since rendered famous
as "Brogg's Battery." Bragg himself being then
captain of It. With this battery. Llcnt. Burn
sldo inarched In Gen. Patterson's division, to the
city of Mexico, and remained there until the close
of the Mexican war. After this ho served with
his company in New Mexico, where ho was dis
tinguished in encounters with tho Apache In
dians, being complimented in general orders.
On tho 12th of December, 1851, ho was pro
moted to a first lieutenancy. In the room of an
oluccr who w as casuicrea
When tho Present
Lieut. Col. .Tames D. Graham of tho Corns of i
Topographical Engineers was oppotntod United
States Astronomer In tho Joint commission to
settle tho frontier tines of the United States
and Mexico, Llcnt. Burnslde was chosen to (111
the olllco of quartermaster, and in this capacity
he conveyed dispatches from Col. Graham to
President Fillmore, travelling twelve hundred
miles across the plains In seventeen days, with
an escort of onlv three men. After serving a
short time at Fort Adams, Newport harbor,
Lieut. Burnslde resigned, In 1853. After his
resignation, ho turned his attention to tho man
ufacture of a breech loading rlflo of his own
Invention, known as the "Burnsldo Rifle," a
project which resulted in considerable pecunl-
Gen. Burnslde then sold his establishment to
his brother-in-law, who has supplied quite a
number of tho Burnsldo rifles to tho present 1
Administration, subsequently to this, no was,
with Gen. McClctlan, connected with the Illi
nois Central railroad, holding the position of
President of tho Land Office Department.
While residing at Bristol, It. I., bo married Miss
Bishop, of rrovldence, and removed with herto
Chicago, upon being appointed to tho Illinois
Central. He was also elected major general of
the Rhode Island militia during Ills sojourn at
Bristol. Shortly after removing to Chicago, he
was elected treasurer of tho Central railroad,
and thereupon removed to this city, from which
he was summoned on tho outbreak of the rebel
lion, by Governor Sprague, to assume the colo
nelcy of the First Rhode Island volnntoers.
This regiment did good service lnthoflrst battle
of Bull Run, Its colonel acting as brigadier gen
eral of the second brigade, tho second division.
After this he was appointed brigadier general of
volunteers, his commission being dated nth
Of the celebrated "Burnsldo Expedition" to
North Carolina, nothing need be aald. At the
battle of Antictam, In September last, General
Burn side's corpa d'urmee performed a highly
Importout part. Ittook the mom road to Sharps
" w vu--m ! "' "
tic tain Creek, and dislodge the enemy, who
were in strong force and position on tho oppo
site side. Twice his armv mado an attempt to
cross, and twice was it repulsed, with heavy
loss, but the third attacK, lea by me general, in
person, w as successful, and the position was '
won. though at a creat sacrlAco of life.
' n . ." . . "'--. n . .
to tho general charge of tho defences of Har
per's Ferry, Just recovered from tho rebels, af
ter having been surrendered by Col. Miles. J
The 2d and 13th army corps wcro at tho same '
( t'mc placed under his command. On October
pi when the armv or the rolomac began to
crossed tho Potomac In light marching ordei
Immediately after Pleasanton cavalry, and Is
mm In the advance. Gen. Burnslde Is a man
of i cry flne personal appearance, a rigid dis
ciplinarian and a thorough gentleman. Ills
present rank Is that of a major general of vol
unteers. He Is the ninth on the list and by
lrtuo of his commission alone, which Is dated
March 10, 1803, ranks all olunteer major gen
erals except Generals Banks, Dlr,Bntler, David
Jinmer, tuwin u. Morgan, iiucneocK, itrant
and McDowell. V. I
S. T. 1HOO X.
DRAKR'S PLANTATION BITTKRS.
They pur If , strengthen, and ln Igornte.
The) create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to chanre of water and diet.
Ihey overcome elfects of dissipation and late
They strcnsthenthes)iteinandenlircn the mind
They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent fereis.
They purify the breathand acidity of the stomach.
They cure Ij spesla and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhcea, Cholera, and Cholera Mor
bus They cure Liter Complaint and Nerious Head
ache. They are the best Outers In the world The)
make the weak man stronr, and are exhausted
nature's (treat restorer. They are made of pure
st. Croix Hum. the celebrated Calliara Dark, roots
and herbs, and are taken with the pleasure of a
' beiersRe, without regard to nee or time of day.
Particularly recommenuea xo aencaio
Sold b) all Grocers,
;gUts, Hotels, and saloons
M2 Sroadwa), ew lorlc,
a. II. unAivb a.
SO 23 fim
ilw World -William A,
' JWr ) produce- a color
ECj-IIatchelor' Hair Dye The Best lu
, luillliciur vcicuinivu
not to be trlstlngutthed
from natuwi warrsntea not to injure uair in me
, . e.tt.remedfethetll-eirectiofhadil ies.andinljr-
--.-.. -- .... . .. a v t ..
Urates the Hair for life. OREY,REl.6r BUSTV
HAIR Instantly turns a splendid Black or Brown.
i ieawnjr ne us. r twit una mauium. m uy mt
"H?1'!'' ..,... .. . ..,,
iLJT lUUgCUUtUSH BIKUCU 1TU.1 UIl t l.llbl'VIt,
ontae four sides of each box.
Factory, No. 81 JUrclay street, (Late 213 Broad
way and 19 Bond,) New lork. nt) SSI l)
C3- Tlte Great Pcuuaylranl Iloutc-The
nulckest and safest route to the Northwest and
UniiiliwAat. TiMrt lliFsinrrh (rilni itaitv. inil nn nn
""-- .--"-" -" ""
Sundai. Soldiers' tickets at Government rates to
all the principal points lu the rortn anu west
For tickets and further Information apply at the of-
dcr Aatlonal Ilotcl. Ottlce open from7a. m.to6
p m ton bunda) s 3 to i p. m.
n. O NORTON,
aug 8 ly Agent
UtT" Special NotleeOn and after Tuesday,
April 1, lBffi, the trains on the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad will commence running dall), (Sunda)s
excepted,) leaving this Station at 7,40 a.m., and
connecting at Waahlogton Junction with Mall
Train for all parts of the West via Wheeling or
Parkerburg, Through tickets sold and baggage
checked W. P. SMITH,
M of Transportation B. & O R. R.
tn-Crrlinns' Fair at Odil Fellows' Hall.
7h i"?f Vh-jSilff.'iVhiiniSnrt,!
,lJ night, the 8th Instant. 1 he Ladles conducting
i. i., ,. . inniin,..iun nr ih ... VA Dn uZ.
,Crally bestowed upon It, b) persons of all religious
l"u " fane ortkle. at fair prices substantial
meals alallhours. and the patrons have a rare op-
iwlMity of spenJlng an agreeable ev ening Good
' music alwavs In attendance. nod
- Tli Neat Hogular Mo lit lily Meeting
ofthe Board of Iruatetsof Public bcboolt will be
hold In the Aldermen's Room. Cltv Hall, on TUI S-
I DAV ArTTRNOON, November ltth, at i o'clock.
VM. B DAVTU.V,
I uu 8 3t Secretary
' jc"Wattu's Progress of Slat sry-Coples
t ofthU work are for sale at theottlce of the National
Republican. Pamphlet edition, Q& rents Bound
edition, 75 cents
I A STAMPS
We are prepared to furnish
ott 30 mi uinuem, ioi reuu aeniie.
KOOMS TO LI T four FuruUhed Hooina, with
or without Board, within live minutes' walk
J Ptnna)lvanla avenue
Inquire nt No 407
Mar) lanil avenue
i .Ll) ppMANI NOTf s,
( ) V IW-AnURV Mm.
CtHTII-lCAri-Sm 1 NDFHTFDNt XS.
Ai.d ML I R tought at tho highest prlie, b
utt3ii lm Bunkers, No 1W Penn avenue
tOMFONE, COME ALL, lOL. A BFALLkCO,
" J tu K"' J nr loth lug, uniUhi ng doods, Trunks,
Hats, nod Caps,
No 3tl Seventh street,
si 35 3ui Itelween I it K.
CPTLKIls will mil to pmiHevUood
n.nd cbeao Wagon, Horses, and Harness. at
Store under Hall's,
no 11 It Thlrteen-an Va-half and Esti,
rpO TIIR OFFICERS OF TUB All MY.
Just arrived, by direct Import at loa per steamer
Fultoo, from Europe, a very fine and large assort
ment of Marine, Opera, Field Glasses, and. Tele
scope, which I will sell ( very little above tho
cost In Tarts. As to the qualities, there are none
superior to be had, having been selected purposely
for this market. Also, a Urge and well-Assorted
stock of Opera Glasses, Microscopes gold, silver,
and steel Spectacles and Fyc Cltiin, suited to the
sight by the use of an Optometer. A considerable
number of ce rtlfleates to be seen at my office, from
gentlemen who hare been suited at my estsbllsh
ment. 425 Intnsylvanta aeenwf btiwvcn iniwm7-i-haf
and Mxth itrectt,
My Kitabllshmeut Is up atnlrs.
GUuiet fitted to tutt, Tho trade supplied,
Oct 10 I)
-pAftHES OX THIS POTOMAC.
On and after tho 12th Instant dyof September,
nauca will be rcnulred from all vessels, boats, ie..
nm irtino- th iniam rir. ThtMwin t u.
iuej t,r tho Commanding Officer of the Flotilla,
ari(1 mtk. obtained from the naval l essels st
tlonrd at Alcxsnrtrlt, or at the mouth of the rlvrr.
Secretary of the Nn j.
eptembcrll,l83. sep It
FOR ARMY BUPfLlM,
WHOLESALE ANP RETAIL.
STATIONFRY, I1LANK AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Writing Papers, Envelopes, Portfolios,
Gold Fens, Pencils, Inks, &.C., fee ,
Poeket Books, and Pocket Cutlery.
Thotograph Albums In every rarlct) ,
Newspapers, Periodical!, und
All orders promptly attended to.
Call snd examine. No chargo forshowlngRoods,
Corner Set enth and I) streets,
oeSa Im Washington, D C
VDAMH RXPRBHR COMPAXY,
Ofllc014 Pfun. vtemie,
Wathlngton Olty, lh C,
ORRAT EASTERN, NORTHERN, Ann WEST
ERN EXPRESS FORWARDERS.
Merchandise, Mouejr, Jmxrtlryt Valuables,
Notes, Stocki, Bondi, Ac.,
Forwarded with SAFET AND DISPATCH to all
accessible sections of the country. ThU Company
his Agencies In the principal railway towns In the
NORTH, EAST, t ST, AND NORTHWFST
ii iriuciiBi uiucvi arc i
W4SIIIXOTOS D. G..A. YORK, JiOSTOX,
CIXXATI. ST. LOUIS, LOUIS.
Connections are made at Nworkand Boston
with lines forwarding to the Canadss and the
British Provinces, and with steamship lines to Liv
erpool, Southampton, and Havre, and thence br
European expreiscs to all prominent commercial
towns In Great Britain and on the Continent.
Collection of Notes, Drafts, and Bills made at all
accesnlhle parts of the United States
C. C. DUNN, Agent,
Jo W Washington, D. C
"V" K IV YORK n V
' bilir a nrsrsEss notes MEOOTixntt.,
rnmnTuv Notts and Dtrmjn Accounts
UUVUHI AR1I IIIUU ILU.
STOrKJ AND n()ND3 uouaHT AND S0U)
1 (LU8!LLY ON COMMISSION.
OOYEHXMKXT CLAIMS BOUGHT,
By O. Z. HOUSE,
I ouasellor at Law.
31 Nassau street. New York.
SO-Ten years In Mate and United States Courts.
Auuce grans. spia
AK HAT, I. rl.OTHINO ROOM,
ivo 464. Serenth itrcet. btlotr .
The iubcribr take great Dleature in annuuno-
iDg to nil Din rncnua ana luaiomen. tnat na naa
opened a new atore at Ito. 464 Set enth atreet. near
,uh) the hat a nnettelccted atockof clothing
!j .i jiand Bo) a' wear, hleh thejr hat c Just re-
ceiteu iroui ine .lonn, anu oneri mem lor aaie ai
the lowest Northern prlcea.
J. BRUCK k CO ,
sen So 3m Clothtera, 464 set enth street.
rPKKTIl I TKKTII I
in. iiuuviii pi Li iiir mt cuiur auu iaieiiiru
of the Mineral Plate Teeth, attends personally at
mi omce in mis ciiy.
Mini Derioni can wear theie teeth who cannot
wear others, and no person can wear others who
cannot wear these.
Persons calllngst mj omce can be accommodated
w 1th any stj le and price of Teeth they may desire
but to those who are particular, and wish the pur
est, cleanett, strongest, and most perfect denture
that art can produce, tho Mineral Plate will be
more fully warranted.
Rooms In this city No US Pennsylvania ave
nue, between Ninth and Tenth streets. Also, 907
Arch street, Philadelphia mar 19 ty
PFRMANENTLY CUR S
RHEUMATISM In Its various forms,
GOUT and N URALGIA,
STIFFNESS and NER OUS AFFFCTIONS,
IMPURITIKSof the BLOOD,
And the evil Fffects of Mercury.
It Is a com enleatly ajranged Band or Belt, con
taining a medicated compound, to be worn around
the body, about the waist, equally ArrrxTiso
all parts, wherever the disease may be. andean
be worn without Injury to the most delicate per
son. By this treatment, the medicinal properties con
tained In the Uand. being of a hljrhly aromatic and
volatile nature, and capable of blnf readily ab
sorbed through the pores of the skin, come Into
direct contact with the Blood and general circula
tion, without first passing through the proceas of
digestion, which would tend, not only to detract
from their curative powem, but to impair the In
ternal organs and derange the digestion als& thus
aoldlmr the Injurious effects, so often the result
of internal remedies, and cflectlng a perfect cure,
bj purlfvlngandequallxlng the circulation of the
ingsuu riiuai.ziuK iiic cirvuiBiiun o. ine
ids. and rent or In the Darts affected to a
vital nuias,ana renioriagii
neaitn eonuuion. i on nana is auo a moat now-
irful "Anti-Mercurial Agent," and will entirely
relieve the s)stem from Its pernicious effect i.
Moderate oases are cured In a few days, and we
nre constantly recrlv Ing undoubted testimonials
to which we Invite Inspection at our ottlce of
their emcacy In aggravated caaea of long standing
rxiri., two ij-i-Att arui uy lumi ujjourwcipi
U. SMITH it CO .Proprietors,
N D tJcrlDtUe circulars aent free.
KJ-Thli Band will not Interfere with the sol
diers duties no 10 1)
Gi W. UUODAr.l,,
ft AS AXD STEAM FITTER,
iVU SeitntK ttreet, near Canal Bridge,
All order oiecuted at the shortcut notice', In the
most substantial manner, and on reasonable terms
Personal Attention given to every department of
ine mm noun nov vo
In eouaequenieof the lowucssof the water lis
the General Iteaervolr It will be neceauarv. unleua
great econom) of water Is practiced, for the Cov
ernment soon to shut o If the suppl) to citizens en-
All persons are. therefore forbtddcu to use the
h) drantson Pennsv lv anla avenue, or on any streets
or avenues under the care and supervision of ths
Commissioner of lubllc Buildings, for watering ths
streets or uavements, or for am nrhateuurnoie
And all persons using the water are urgently so
fie as ctononiUal In Its use as pomdble.
li a list? nm unHi
B B FRFNCH,
U U FRFNCI1,
Cotamlaaloner ot Public Buildings.
O (I M R T II I JV O a
r ii i iv u n r. w ,
1 H 11
Now Is the time tu buvvour Fall Clothing. ut No.
4CObevtnthktrGttwhcie)oucan Hod all the litest
' style goods, nt Northern prices
I Ho I ho I fur Seventh street, No 460 A large in
voke of Clothing, at vet) low prleea, No 4C0 scr-
1 until a1rt(t. near F
A new way to save Gold! Bu) our Clothing at
No 460 Seventh street, opposite Post Ultlce, at lu
per etnt below the market price, In Treasury
smith's, N 480 seventh btrttt.Ia tho cheapest
bouseln town to bu) )otir Clothing, Furnishing
, Guuds, rruiiUs, Hats, nud Caps sep 25 3m
li new stoek of Clothing for Men and Bo)s'iisc,
I whlth wehavejust received, and otter for salo at
i verv low prli.es, at No 4iil seventh street, near
J BRUCE AlCU.
Proprietors of Oak Hall C lothlng Room
sep 25 5m
1 UHT ItrCKIVKDA LARGE STOCK OF
O Hermetlcalh Sealed GOODS, lonslstlmt of
j FRUITS, JFI LIES, MFATS, VFGE1ABLLS, &c ,
which we otter for sale at Nw . ork market prices
oct 37 395 Peunsv Ivanla avenue.
On Til KIM IlltOTIlRRB,
OSTII KIM -BROTH Kltrl.
aon rKNNSlLVAMA AVFNUK,
M PFNNSYLVANIA AVENUF,
3 SOUTH WILLIAM STRFKT, NKW ORK,
.TO SOUTH WILLIAM STRFET, NKW ORK,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINKS,
CHOICE DUANDIES AND MINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES' AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
And wholesale dealers In
RYE AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
RYE AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
As well as every variety of
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
LIQUOR8, CORDIALS, Ac,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
And the best brands of
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS.
Wc also offer for sale a complete assortment of
FRUIT', MEATS, fcc ,
FRUITS, MEATS, tie.,
FRUITS, MEATS, ic,
Fapresslj put up for camp use.
BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET,
BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET,
LOWEST NEW 10RK MICES,
LOWEST NEW AORK PRICES,
LO WFST NEW ORK rRICFS.
Il3 PKNN8VI.VANIA AVKNUE,
M5 PENNSYLVANIA AVEStlE.
Uelwecii Ninth anil Tenth streets.
-T I I. I T A It V RUUIPMRNT,
TRUNK, AND HARNESS
M NU K . C T O It Y ,
400 Hereuth atreet,
OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' IULL,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
I manufacture of the best material, and have
constantly on hand, a large nnd varied assort
Miliary and Vitlicnt' SADDLES,
FELT SADDLE CLOTHS,
Patent Feed and Water 1J tickets,
Officers' Flue Sword Belts,
Bell Trimmings, and
Field Glass Cases.
I .. 1 J N K H
WOOD BOX T AS'.
As I manufacture Trunks extensively, and neces
sarily hav e all kinds of Trunk Material, I am better
prepared to repair Trunks, Ate , thoroughly and
promptly, than any other establishment In the clt) .
JAMtS S. TUPIIAM.
oct 14 3ml
XjvVANH St, WATSON'N
8 A P T, S.
Store, 76 south Fourth street,
Orders received by
W. V SHEPHFRD,
Corner of Sev enth and D streets,
Washington, D C.
ARTIFICIAL CLEOPLASTIC BONE TI ETII,
without metal plate or clasps, by
DK. S. C. SIGESMOND,
010 Broadwa) , New York and 9)00 Penn av enue,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth sts ,
WASHINGTON, D. C,
Calls the attention of the public to the follow lug
advantages of his lmprov ed S) stem:
1st. Ths teeth of his manufacture will never cor
rode nor change color by any acids, and nre three
fourths lighter than any other.
Sd No teeth nor roots need be extracted, as the
artificial ones can bo inserted over them.
3d. The roots will be made lnoflenslve and never
th. No temporary teeth are needed, as iwrmanent
ones can be made Immediately, thereby prescrv Ing
the natural expression of the face, which, under
the old s) stem, Is frequently disfigured
6th, Tills work has been fully tested, for o cr (lv e
years, by many of the first chemists and physicians
of this and the old count rj .
Dr. S has also Invented a white indestructible
metal lining, with which the most sensitive teeth
can be tilled without pain, and can build up a per
fect sound tooth on any side roots, which will last
through a lifetime. .
He refers to the following gentlemen, Dr. V. Motti
Dr. Doremus, Profcsior of Chemistry! Hon A.
Mann, Jun ; Cnpt. Crabtree, Re P-" .dent of the
1 migration Compan) of New lorni Hon. Judge
ne,of the bupreme Court, of Washington, I)
C.i and thousands of others
Call and examine for yourselves, uov 8 bin
fM 1NVRNTOHH AND PATKNTEER,
MUNN k CO , nroprletorsof thefklentlllo Amer
lean, and agents for procuring American and For
eign I A T K N T H .
Wtth Slitcen Years exjierience in A Business,
Refer to Hon. Judge Maaon, Hon. Joseph Holt,
Hon W. D. Bishop, ex-Commlssloners of Patents,
and to more than fifteen thousand Inventors who
have had business done through Munn U Co ' Pit
Pamphlet of adv Ice sent free by mall.
Patent Laws and Regulations, fuopiigts, 23 cents,
No charge for consultation, ornth or by mall.
Preliminary Examination In United states Pa
unices, No. 3T Park Row, New York) Washing
ton, torner of F and Sev enth street, opposite the
Patent utllce mar 14 trniif
H II tfc HAUGKNT'H
AW NINO, 1-LAG, AND
UXIOX TEXT FACTORY,
No. 110 Pcmi)lvuiila nvemie,
WASHINGTON, I). C.
SUTIJMlb AXD ARMY TEXTS
ON HAND OK W1IE TO ORDBlt.
Awulngs, J-lags, Tents, Mail Bags, Horse Covers,
Signs, agon Cov e rs, to. , made at short notice,
G1 OLD! GOLD t-ADVANCE PRICE PAID, BY
ocSfJ lui Bankers, 6i Penn. avenue
lARD FOUR TEAR! OLD,
CHOICE OPOKTO ORAl'K,
FOR rilYBtCIANS' USE,
Vr VnnaUl, )takly iVriottl ami JnvalUh.
Fvery family, at this season, should use the
Celebrated In Furope for Its medicinal and benefl
clal qualities as a gentle Stimulant, Tonic, Diuretic,
and Sudorific, highly esteemed by eminent ph) si
clans, used In Furopean and American Hospital,
and by some of the Ilrst families In Furope and
AS A TONIC,
It has no equal, causing an appetite and building
up the system, being entirely a pure wine of a moit
AS A DIURETIC,
It Imparts a healthy action of the Glands and KM
nejs.and Urinary Organs.very beneficial In Drops)
Gout, and Rheumatic ntTectlons,
Is not a mixture or manufactured article, but Is
pure, from the Juice of the Portugal Sambucua
grape, cultivated in New Jersey, recommended by
Chemists and Physicians as posaesslng medical pro
perties superior to any other Wines In use. and an
excellent article for all weak and debilitated per
sons and the aged and Infirm, lmprov Ing the appe
tite and benefiting ladles and children.
A LADIES' WINF,
Because It will not Intoxicate as other wines, as It
contains no mixture of spirits or other liquors, and
Is admired for Its rich, peculiar flavor, and nutritive
rropertlea, imparting a healthy tone to the dlgest
vs organs, and a blooming, soft, and health) skin
WE REFFIl TO
A few well-known gentlemen and physicians who
hav e tried the U ine:
Dr. Ward, Newark, N.J
Dr. Marcy, New York
Gov. Morgan, N.. state.
Dr J R. Chilton, N.'V City.
Dr. Parker. N. Y.cm.
Drs. DarcytWNlcholl, New
ark, N. J.
ICNone genuine without the signature of "AL
FRbD SPELR, Passaic, N J, "Is over the cork of
83-MAKE ONE TRIAL OF THIS WINE.
r or sale by Druggists and all firit-claaa Dealers
A. SPEER, Proprietor
VmET Ann Passaic, New Jersey.
Orricc 208 Broadway, New 1 ork.
nov ty Agent for France and Germany.
SPKCIA f, NOTICE.
CITIZENS OF WASHINGTON,
omt'lllt OF THE ARMY ASD SAW.
The old and established Emporium of Clothing,
that has, for no many veari, supplied the citizens
of Washington and vicinity with all that Is es
sential for the elegance and comfort of the outer
man. Is now supplied with the most complete and
fashionable stock that we hav e ev er had tne pleas
ure to ofler.
COATS, PANTS, and VESTS of the most deslia
bte st) lea that could be found In the market.
Our assortment of SH IRTS. DRAWERS,
HOSIERY, GLOVt- S, he , cannot be surpassed and
will be sold at prices that do not allow of compe
tition. LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVFRCOATS
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY 0 LRCOATS
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OiLRtOAT1
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRFSS COATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VESTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VESTS
LARUE STOCK MILITARY ESTS.
INDI RUBBER GOODS OF ALL DESCRIP-
VALISES, CARPET-BAGS, &c.
Our stock of BOYS' nod YOUTHS' CLOTHING
Is the largest anu most fasnionasie that has ier
been ottered In this city, and at the lowest prices
they can possibly be obtained In this city.
E" Call and see us at ODFON HALL, corner 4,
street and Pennsylvania avenue, the Great Cloth
ing Mart of Washington city.
nov 1 ever) Tues, Thurs, fit Sat
TUBT TIIV OUK NEW STOCK OF
J Clothing from the People's Clothing store, No
460 Seventh street, near F. They out-wear snj
thing ) ou can bu) and tliey aro sold so cheap at
J. H SMITH'S,
No. 4G0 Seventh street, near F.
I would adv Isq all to come and buy their Clothing
at SMITH'S, No. 4C0 Seventh street.
Hvou are wise ou will come to SMITH'S, No
460 Seventh street, near F. opposite City Post Oi
flce, to buy )our Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Trunks, Hats, and Caps.
The PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORE, No 46U
Seventh street, Is the best place In town to bu)
)our Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Trunks. lists,
and Caps. J. II. SMITH t CO, Clothiers, 46u
Call soon and see our new stock of Fall and Win
ter Clothing, which we are selling at very low pri
ces, at the PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORE, No 460
Seventh atreet, near F,
Great attractions at No. 4C0 Seventh street. New
atockof Clothing Jutt arrived, and selling at our
usual low prlcea. J. H. SMITH t CO , Clothiers,
No 460 Seventh street, and corner Twentieth alreci
and Penn. av enue.
Great bargains In Clothing, Furnishing Goods.
Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes, on the corner oi
Twentieth street and Penn. avenue.
SMITH & CO , Clothiers, First ward, cor. Twen
tieth street and Pennsj Ivanlaavenue, Is thecheai
est place in town to buy )our lull and Winter
Call at the First Ward Clothing store and get
) our Fall and Winter Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots,
SMITH fc CO , Clothiers,
Cor. Twentieth street and Penn. av.
FIRST WARD CLOTHING HOUSE, corner of
Twentieth street and Pennsylvania avenue.
You can buy ) our Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boot.
and Shoes cheap, corner of Twentieth street and
sep 25 3m
l( TAKIS NOTICK. c(i
M. T. TAJIKKH,
NO 69 LOUISIANA AVENUE,
Respectful! and cheerfully returns thanks for the
liberal patronage hitherto rccelv ed
Havlugcver) futility for doing
Together with all work pertaining to a First-
i class .aiming iJHuuuaiimeni.
He has no hesltauc) In soliciting a continuance
of the public's fav or.
' His Prices are Reasonable!
TIa Work Unexceptionable t
And particular attention la paid to
1 PROMPTNFSS IN DFLIVFRY
I ?"Kememher the number t
an Louisiana Avfnue,
I oct 31 3m bit. sixth ami Seventh streets
D' II. K1H1IUI.ATT,
Of No 4JI, corner of I lghth and E stnets,
Opposite tlto Genoral Post Ottlec,
LOMtUVPIIGN, LIVLR LOMfLAlMS CUROSH
AfH.CriQkS, as wellas all Diseases of Imprudence,
of w hatev cr character, nnd which may lie declared
incurable by other ih)slclans. He engages to make
an Immediate cure,
troin his length) practice In the science of medi
clne,holseuabl(d tu otter himself to the public as
bt tog the onlv ono In Washington capable of a Hord
ing speed) relief. All cases curable will be guarau
lied. He w ni rants a cure without the use of mer
curyoran) own r dangerous medicine. Recentcases
N 11 Letters addressed to Dr F .at bis ottlce, No
4.M, corner of Hghth and Estreela, opposite Gen
eral Post Ollke, will receive immediate attention
OTlCi: 1M IIK11UHV UIVICN THAT
tho CnistirtnershlD heretofore exlstlmr between
LYLE & COFFIN Is this day dissolved by mutual
tujin t. l.i r,
J A COFUN
JobnG L)le still continues the business at the
Washington, July 31, 1803 jy $?