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hj w'. J, Muntion & Co., and Is fnrolijicd to
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Mall subscribers, I3.W per annnra( W far
' sit months, and tl for three months, lnrarla.
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HATBH OH ADVtSRTISINO.
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One square, Tour days t . J . ,, . js
One square, flro ilaya - .... . , 1.60
One square, slrdara ....... 1,75
Ktctt other -day 'admtlsenirats, ttltr per
cenUs4iUUonal. - '
Once week adTertlsements Charged aa new
for each Insertion. ,
Elcht lines or less constitute a -Square.
AdTCrUsementa should be banded In by nine
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WASHINGTON, T. C, TIITIKSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1862J
Single coplca, 3 cents.
HEX. noHRCRAima'omctXb nKPOliT
OP TUB UATTLH Of CORtNTIf.
Thb Jollowlnn Ins been received at the liCadJ
quarters of lh army ,v '
llEinqn's ArmM Tfiis MisaisstrM,
Third D,r., MJqT WtU Tennessee,
Corinth, Ortoberiij, lbM.
MAJon 1 I hate tha liquor to submit, tor the
lnfonnaUon of the Major General command
(oft the district, the following
R.part of til. Rattle orcorlnlh.
The rumors which followed tho battlea of Iu
ka were, that Prlcohad marched to the Vicinity
of nipley, and was belrijf Joined by Van DornJ
Srllh all tho avallablo' rebel forces In North
Mississippi, for the purpose of capturing Cor
inth, or breaking our line of communication,
nil farrlntr UK In Klrrat towards (lolnmtnnl.
These rumors gained strength unltf the 1st tif
it uctoocr, when strong cavalry scouts, sentoul
for tho purpose, demonstrated the fact that tho
rebels were tnorlnir front Rlpler. Mi HncLers
Tllle, and thn main body was aj, Pocahontas.""!
lain uaiiuni i M
Then, wu, where they would atrlko tho mnlu
Equally favorably situated to MrllecUhrr
Bbllrar, Bethel, Jackson, , ot 'Corfu tb, which
v, ould It ho 7 y ufortunatoly for mo. there waa
no map of the country northwest of this place
i to be found, therefore I could not tell whether
to expect petrous demonstration hcr to hold
naln suspense while the blbw waa struck else
where, or vice versa. Rumors that the attack
wai to lake the direction of Jackson or BollTar
via Bethel, were no rife, and the fortl Mm lions
' of Corinth were an well known tn tha rebels.
'(tlmt j tiJ hopes they would undertake to mask
uip, nuu patBiuK uunu, $ivoiiiobu upiKmumtj
to beat the masking force and cut off their re-
This hope gained soma strength from the
supposed difficulties, of Ihe., country l)lng In
the triangle formed hfi tho Memphis and
Charleston, the Mobile and Ohio i Railroads,
and Cypress creek
To be prepared for eventualities. Uarontou's
'and Ha o ley's, divisions were placed Just beyond
Bridge Creek, the Infantry outposts were called
In from Iuka, BurnsTlllc. Rlcni), and Danville,
and the outpost at Chawalla retired to New Alex
ander and strengthened by another regiment
and a battery, early on tho, morning of the 2.1.
During that day, evidences Increased showing
the practicability of. tho (country north est? of
ns, and disclosed tho facts not before known,
that'there were two good roads from Chawalla
eastward one leading directly Into the old rebel
entrenchments, and the other crosslngover Into
the PltUbure Landing rood.
Accordingly, the following disposition of tho
troops for the 3d was, ordered at half past ono
o'clock a. m. of that day, tUi
There being Indications of n possible nttaik
on Corinth Iromedhitely, the following dlsposl-
-lions of trnona wltl be tnadonos .
"den. Mckean. with hlsdltslon,toltoccupy
the present position) (leu. Darles will occupy
the line bcUccu tho fcmphls and Columbus
road Gen. Hamilton , itilU ila dttlalon, nlll
take position between tho rebel works oh the
Purdyand on the Hamburg roads, and den.
8tanlcy will hold his division In rescno at or
near tho old headquarters of Major General
(Iraqi,, Tho rospcctlvo dlvlsloua will be formed
In tw o llncsj the second Una being either In Uuo
ofbattla or cloae column by illrlslon a cir
cumstances may require." ' '
The troona wcra ordered to moved towards
their positions, with iono, hundred rounds of
ammunition and thrco days? rations per man,
ny 3 o'clock a. m.
Tluwo dispositions were, made, and the, troops
at uluo o'clock bn tho morning of the third,
occupied the jiosltloiiB showu on tho accom
panying map. Hamilton on tho right, Uavlcs
Ill IIIO veuirc, aii.Iiu uii iiiu ,vi,, nmi an ou-
vauce of threo regiments of Infantry and n
section of artillery under Colonel Oliver, c.11 tho
Chawalla road, at or near Alexander's, bejond
tho rebel breast w orks. Thll caTilry wire dis
posed as follows: (Boo map accompanying
Col. Mlincr'a nport.) x i
A battalion at llurnst llle, ono at lior) ' Mill
on tha Jacinto and Corinth road, Colonel Lio
with the Seventh Kansas and part of tho Heveulh
IIllinois, at Kossuth and llorcy, and 'watchlug
tho rebels right Dank; Colpncl Hatch and Capt.
Wilcox on Iho east and1 northJfronts covcrlug
and rcconnoltcrlng. , , 1
Tho reason for these dispositions flowf ob 1
ouily from tho foregoing explanations of our
Ignorauco of tha northwesterly' approaches,
and of the possibility that the rebels' might
threaten us on tho Chan alia, and , attack us by
the Smith's lirlJco road on our kit. or U'o round
and try us with bis main force on tho Vurdy or
ccu rutsnurg uinaing roaua. 1
TBK GENEHM. PLAN,
Andch wascxolalncd to tho division command
ers, verbally In the morning, wnS to hold tho
eneniv ut arm's lerlgth. br opposing him strong
ly in our assumeu posuions, auu w uen iub lorco
became fullyMeelopedi and he had ossuracd
, jwsltlou to tako a pulllon which would gh o us
tho uso of our batteries, and the open gronnd In
tho immediate vicinity of Corinth, the uvact
position to be determined by events. and the
movements of ttte enemy. J
opeiutioxs or tne batth! or tub 3d or oc-
M 'Karly' In thouWrnlng the advauco under Col.
Oller found strong Indications that the pres
sure under which ho had retired onthetM came
from the advancing foo. and accordlnelv took
a strong position on tha liULnenr the iangle of
tue rcuel urcasiworita iwiin inn inrro rviuiciua
then, when he had drawn them In strongly.
Hamilton would swing In on their front and
fear and close tho day.
Hamilton was carefully Instructed on this
point, and entered Into tha spirit of It.
, Owing to lass of time In conveying orders to
Generals McKean and Datlcs, the orders were
less perfectly conformed to, but nothing mate
rially Injurious resulted therefrom. But owing
to the tremendous forf e with which the enemy
pressed Davlcs bark, Stanley was called with
his division Into the batteries, and sent a bri
gade, under Colonel Mower, to support Davles,
wnosorrgut nqu at l.B, uv;uiu iiwiij cug.gvu.
Mower came up whIM Davlcs was contesting
position near the White House, and Hamilton
began Ut swing In on the enemy's flank, across
tlm Colnmbla railroad, throuiru a very imprac-
tlcaldo thicket, when night closed It and put an
end to tho bperallons for tho daj,
The-detalla of the hemic deeds or tho troops
of Davlcs' division, of McArthnr's and Oliver's
brigades, as well aa those ofBulllvan'a brigade,
of Hamilton's division, will bq found In tho ac-
Tllfe t-lST'OSIT.CW TOR TUB BiTTLB OF OCT, 4.
Wa had now before us the entire aWny which
the rebels could master' tn Northern Mississippi,
Van. Dora commanding iTlco' nmiy.i van
Dora's army, VtlUpljcur. ami .the remnants of
BrixMnrldgo's rorpi. They were In the angle
DCtwecn tne aicmpnis ana mo voiumuus ruaus.
Our lcXt m coranamtlTalr free, our right Tcry
assailable They outnumbered us probably two
1 i PpTt1 tit iW
was tb Vest our loft on the batteries extending
from battery Roblhctt, our centre on the slight
high grohnd covering both the rtttsburg and
Vurdy roads, while" ft also cohered tho ridge
road bctn eon them leading to their old camps.
McKean had the extreme left; Stanley, with
hta wiAMrted division, batteries Williams nnd
RoWuett, the Memphis railroad and the Cha
MalLt road, expending nearly to the Columbus
Ms.i ri-ivlflcf Irln.l HI rl at An wssa rtlaostiil In lhs
centre, Which was retired, reaching to battery.
roweu. 1 1 amnion's siauncir ngnting uivision
waa on the right with Dillon's battery, sup
ported by two regiments posted on thojiro
fongatlon of Davles line;
The design of flcneral Hamilton was to uso
the hill where tho batteries stood against an
approaiht from tho west, where Bttlllvan found
inecucmy on mo last cTcning. AgHtuBb wj
better Judgment, expressed to him at tbo time,
I Yielded to his wishes, and allowed tho occu
I Early In tho evening, I called tho chkf of
plans j and having supervised tha positions, re
tired at 3 a. m. on the 4th to tako some rest. I
was soon aroused by the opening of the enemy's
artillery which he had planted within six hun
dred tarda or uattcry uomneu,
Thns early opening, gave promise of a hot
my a work) uui uw ncayj uaumes idu hid
Tenth Ohio placed north of Ocn. Hal lock's
headquarters Bllcntedthem by 7 o'clock, and
there was an luUnal of an hour, which waa
emnloTcd In irolnt; over our lines.
AtuYiit n nrlArL' thn ftLlrtnlfihsni. whlth WO
had sent Into tho woods on our front, by thilr
hot II ring proclaimed the 'presence or their
forces preparing for tho assault. Soon Iho
heads of their columns were seen emerging to
attack our centre, on Davles first, Stanley ncxtt
nnd iTnmiltnn lusL.
Tlio draw lug shows theso positions, oj.u is,
reftrrol to for the sake of brevity.
I shall leave to pens dipped In poetic Ink to
describe the gorgeous pyrotschny of the bat
tles, and paint. In m ords of Are, tho heroes of
thoilght, tho details of villi u will bo found
graphically deputed In tho accompanying sub
rcports. I ulllniilvndd that, uliru Trice's lcR bore
down on our centre In gallant style, tin Ir force
was so overpowering our wearied nnd Jaded
moved the public stores, except two car loads
of bacon which they destroyed.
To signalize In this report all those officers
and men whoso action In the battle deserves
mention, would unnecessarily lengthen this re
port. I must, therefore, refer to the sub re
ports and special mentions and to n special
paper herewith, wherein the most conspicuous
to the number of ono hundred and nine ofllcers
and men aro mentioned.
r W, H, ItOSECIUHg,
Department or State,
Washington, Nov. G, ifttt.
Tills Department has received from Mr.
Julias Blng, the Consul or the llnltcd States at
Smyrna, notice of an exhibition of cotton gins
and agricultural Implements, which U about (
bo held at Smyrna, at the instance, of tho Im
perial Government, which Is published for gen
Imperial Cotton Commission ron
Anatolia. Smyrna. 29th Seit.. ISO-'.
Julius Bino, Esq., 1
cousui or tne u nitea mates, diuj mat
Dear Siri I am desired by tho Imperial Cot
ton Commission to communicate with ou on
the subject of cleaning and agricultural Imple
ments for tho cotton crop.
Tho Imocrlal Go ernment have Instructed its
to hold an exhibition of cotton gins and agri
cultural Implements In Smyrna, at which prUes
and awards will bo given.
In my opinion. American manufacturers can
best supply our requirements and as this pre
sents an eligible opening for them, I trust that
the United States Government, III do me the
favor to moko known to them our Intentions.
A translation of tho ordinance of the Impe
rial Government will be found In the Smyrna
Jftitfof this week.
I hare tho honor to bo, dear sir, yonr faithful
Vlco President of the Imperial Cotton
Commission for Anatolia.
ml n. cnntlAti n f a rt 1 1 1 jn. 1
By 9 o'clock the enemy Lcgatt to rr,esa idem
sharnlv and outflank thcni..'Br!g. Um. Arthur,
whom I had requested to go to the t front, re
ported widespread but slack 'Skirmishing, and
said thohlllwas ofgreatvnluetothoadvanclug
force. I orncrea nun id nom u prwtj uriuiy,
with that lew.
About 10 o'clock, word came that the enemy
wra nresslmr tho Dolnt hotlv. and'-tbat nln-
forcementa wtro reiulrul or hey must )leld the
DOBIUOU. DUUUSlUg US iiiijtyiinuLU naaxniii.-
crly uuderstood, and that It waa held lu subor
dination to tho general views of Its use, which
being cxplalncdI directed Gen. Davles to send
up from his position twp regiments. l)ut It
proved that Men. McArthur had taken up four
more regiments from McKcan'a division, and
w aa contesting the ground almost aa for a battle.
It waa probably this which Induced Clen. Da les
to ask permission to rest his right on tho rtbel
entrenchments, and to whlch'I consented, add
ing tho utIiuI order to Lieut, Col. Ducat, that
he might use his Judgment ubont lcailug his
present for that position, but lu no ccnt must
tin Feme to touch tho left on McArthnr's rleht.
Tim adanco was ihada to tho breastwork.
as shown on tho draw lug, but loa lug on Inter.
al betncin JlcArtunr anu uatics-icii. ino
enemy developed his forces along that lino as
McArthur retired from his nosllloll. which travo
the rebela an ouporlunlt) to advance behind
Davles lea and forced It, after obstluato rulsl
ance, to fall back rapidly about a thousand
yards, losing two heavy guns. Our troops
fought w ltli the most determined coitrago, tiring
ery low. At one p. m., Davlcs hatltig resumed
tho sumo position he had occupied In tho morn
ing, and McArlhur'e brigade having touglit u
heavy force. It became evident that tho inemy
wcru in Hill sircugiuaiui incaui miscuici, ah.
Keau, ulth Crockcr'a brigade, had blcu only
eklrinlshers, thero wire nu signs of any luoie
mint on our left aud only a few lavafry skir
mishers ou our right. It was pretty clear that
wo wcio to ovptcl tho wilghl of tho attack to
fall on our ccutrc, wlitro hopos had bcui glicu
by onr falling back.
Orders were accordingly given to McKc.au to
fall back to the nest ridge be) ond our entrench
incuts, to touch his right on Datlcs' Ion, Tor
BUuIcy la luoto northward and caelwurd, to
Bland lu close uhilmi, but uejrcrtown. dm.
Hamilton was ordertd to tacu toward Chawalla,
..,! mova down until his left nocked Davles'
right. Davlea was Informed of these dlsposl-
, tlous, told to hold his ground obstinately, anu
troops yielded and. fell back, acaUcrln, among
I had tho personal morllflcnllou of wllness-
Imr tlita mitmrnrd and unllmtlv stomncdc.
iMddlul nnd scittered. tho rairgcd head of
ITICOTI rigm, Bionuni cuiuuiub uuioiiiw .
near Iho house, north sldo of the square. In
frm.t of flcnoral Halleck'a licadouartcrs. when
It was greeted with a storm of graH from a
section of Iiumcl's battery, soon reinforced by
Iho Tenth Ohio, whieti sent mem reeling osck,
pursued by Iho Fifth Minnesota, which ad
vanced 10 llicm iroill llicir utlliuu m-ir muiw
IMtisj'!' " 1
(Jen. Sullivan was ordered, ond promptly ad
vanced, to support Ocn. Davles' centre His
right rallied and retook Uatlcry Powell, Into
wldcli u few ortha storming colnmn had icno
trated, whllo Hamilton, havlug played upon
Iho rebels ou Jils right, over Iho opening cflect
It ely swept by his artillery, advanced by them,
and they lied. The battle waa over on tho
During all this, tho skirmishers of the left
wcro moving In our frout. AUneof battluwas
1 a .. t .. sl. tAim s d ssliAsam 111 I lis A Piltl I ntf .
IUnilLt4 Ull Hl lilies;, uaoiiumi im i-ii-(,'
About tnentj minutes after tho attack ou tho
right, the enemy Ad auced In four columns on
ivwiftrYiuouiueiL. nun i.ru iicimdu nii.ii umpv
and cunlstcr uutll within liny )ards, wheu the
Ohld brigade nrono aud gae thun a murderous
fire of musK'etry, before which they reeled ond
fell D3Ct w W wpous.
They, liowever, guiiauuy rtioriueu, ana a
ntirrri L'win to the cnarL'u. ioi nv i;oi. ivoi:erH,
nf thn fVmii.l Terns. This time they reached
tho tdgo of the ilIUli, hut tlte deadly musketry
lire of tho Ohio brigade a;aln broke them and
at the word "charge," the Eleunlh Missouri
and Twenty-seveulhAOhlo sprung up and for
ward at tliem, t naming ititir uroKen irugiuvuw
hack to tho w oods. f
Thus by noon miled tho battle of 4th of Oc
tobir. After waiting for the mem) 'a return u short
time, our skirmishers began to luHaiico and
found that their skirmishers were, goue from
tho Held, lea lng their dead and wounded.
Having ridden otr it and satisfied niistlf of
tho fact, I rode all over our lines aunounclog
it rpmiU nf thu llnht iu ncrsou. uud notified
our tktorlnua troops that after two dajs of
fighting, two almost Sleepless uigms 01 prepa
tion, moLincnts and marth, 1 wished them to
repieiusii nitir cunriuu u--o, iihhimm
stomachs, tuke an early sltep aud start lu pur
suit by claytignt.
itciurning iroin iui i iuuuu iuw nai"u -"
Plifrftnn ulth u frceli brlirade on the nubile
square, aud gao him the saino notice ulth
orders to take tho udvuuce.
COTTON IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIUEi
Ordinance of II. K. tho Minister of Com
merce communicated to H. E. Mchcmcd Heshld
Pasha, Governor General of tho Province of
the Smyrna i
ExcffLLKNCTi One. of tho Importsnt mea
sures taken bv tho Government of II. I. M. In
relation to the progress and development of
cotton cultivation in mo uuo man Empire, is
that of chantrinc tho modo of collecting the
tithes or laud tax, nnd substituting a fixed duty
perdenum, (or Turkish acre,) ror the harvest
of this snbstancc, under Some conditions ouly
admitting nf being progressively gathered, tho
cultivators of cotton are obliged, during part
of the time, to go Into tho fields every da) , and
almost hourly, to collect, in smau quantities,
tho ripened podsf otherwise, If the pods were
collected at once, It would bo Impossible after
wards properly to gin or clean tho cotton.
If, ou the other hand, tho pods he
allowed to remain on the plant too long,
then they drop of themselves and are spoiled.
So far as tho tithe collection Is concerned. It
would be tho duty or tho parties employed to
consult tho convenience of the cultivator, and
roiiow him step uy step in jus operations as ne
fathered the portions of his crop, or else to re
y wholly upon his good faith for tho correct
ness of the total t or else to place guards tn the
cotton fields. It Is evident that none of theso
measures aro practicable, for they present In
surmountable difficulties and, therefore, with
the lew of overcoming theso practical d till
cullies, the Imperial (io eminent has determ
ined to proceed in conformity wlththelinperlul
Iradeh, as follows:
Immediately after tho expiration nf the pres
ent farming lease or Cttzam of the tithes, Instead
of receiving for the next crop tho, Ufa dues as
heretofore, thero shall bu established a fixed
contribution per annnm for each denum uudcr
cotton culthatlou. Tills contribution shall bo
determined by taking as Its basis tho produc
tion of the last six vears i butundcr no circum
stances shall this contribution bo allow ed to
exceed the one-teulh of tha annual product In,
eottouofsuch lands. This measure shall be
applied for ton consecutive years. Besides
theso Importsut measures In regard to the de
velopment of cotton cultivation, lliOjlinpcrl.il
Elements, and seed, which are to be Imported
ytho Imperial (lovernment at Its own e,x
pensei and the deliberations shall ho directed
to tho nature, kind, and adaptability to Iho
wants and habits of tho population of the re
quisite articles. Tho Commission will there
fore draw up n report pointing out tha name
and kind of the machines and agricultural Im
plements, the ton ns and manufacturers that
can supply them, the prime .cost, and expense
of trausport and other charges. This report
will likewise Include tho names of tho culti
vators, to whom a preference should he given,
and to which parts of the provinces they should
lie distributed. The Commission will, also de
termine the place to bo selected for tho annual
As tho deliberations of the said Coiumlsilou
have no other p"xso than that of tho public
good, It Is IndlviDsahle that It should enjoy
complete liberty In Its deliberations.
Tho Imperial Government having been In
formed that several honorable persons nnlte the
qualifications required for memlcrs of the
Commission, Vo send you the following Ust,
from which your Excellency Is requested to con
voke: the members before yout and In cane they
accept thn mission offered to them, to constitute
tho aald Commlsslou without delay, ntAT Ji)
case of need to recommend to ns other mem
JI.E. Neshet Ilcy, Political Commissary of
tne imperial uovernnveni ror nmyraa. .
Colonel Reschad Bey, Imperial Commission
er for tho Ottoman Smyrna and AtdlnRallnay,
President of tho Imperial Commission for Ex
propriation of Land.
Mr. Hyde Clarke, Vice President of the Im
perial Commission for Expropriation of Land.
Representative of the Contractor for the Otto
son. Merchant. Mr. T. B. Recs. Merchant! Mr.
. -j ... .. i . . '. .
james t.nut, aiercnani ur, rctcr uout, Mer
cnanit Air. vreaeriCR ia tromaine. uoroptroi
ler of the Smyrim Branch, Ottoman Bank:
Malor Mustaoha Elfendl. Second Imperial
Commissioner for the Ottoman Smjnin and
Dlran Eflendl, Secretary, Interpreter of the
Government of Smyrna, I have the honor to be,
3 Rebbtul Ewel. 1370, Minister of Commerce
ami runue works. (iu) a August, imkj.
Certified translation, Dihan,
Interpreter to the Government of Smyrna.
By order of tho Imperial Cotton Commission
for Smyrna and Anatolia, SMh September, 18G3.
RES H AD, President pro tern.
UYPE CLARKE, Vice President.
NESHET, C. WniTTALL,
J. B. PATERSON, T. B. REE3,
PETER OOUT, iF. LAFONTAINE1,
PIRAN, B0OHO3, Secretarx.
thr restt,t8 ok tub battle bhierly stated
Wo fought the combined rcb:l fortes of Mis
slrislppl, commauded by Van Dorn, Price,
l.ovtll, VilUplgue and Rust, lu Person, num
Iwrlnif , at cording to their um u authorit , 3S,000
W signally defeated them vIthltlllo more
than half their
VUlU'lUVUta Ut VUIVUH 1IHIIIMWU iuvjiiii'Vii'U
Government grant to tho cultivator ofthU pro
duct the following concessions i
1st. During the ten years which follow the
date of the promulgation of thli ordlnince h
waste land wiiicn mav uo nrokiu ui auu au
proprlated to the cult tiro of cotton shall be
exempt from tithe, ycrgu property ttx, and nil
kinds of local taxes, during the space of five
2d. Durluiftho next ten vears oil cotton ex
ported from the Ottoman Empire shall pay thq
same fixed custom mines as mono aircauy as
sessed on Indigenous or ycrll. 1. c. Inferior ot-
ton. whatever may bolts quallU, eveu should
theaualltv bo irrcutlv Improved lu value.
3d. All machinery for the cultivation aud
cleaning of cotton shall be on purchase mid
Importation nempt from all customs duties.
4lh. Mae blue aud other Instruments for
cotton cultivation, aa n ell as seed of superior
quality, shall bo obtained at thu expense of tho
imperial uoveruiuciiv, in a numiiu quuuiuy
to be employed as models and to bo distributed
gratuitously locumvaiors. inuiuijiiTiai int
ernment will also euuso to be distributed printed
pamphlets doscrlptlvo of the cultivation and of
employing mo implements.
mil. Tlio imperial uoyctuiucui makes kuown
Its lutentlon of taking measures for the early
amelioration of tho roads more particularly
servleeablo for facilitating the transport of cot
ton. Gih. In tho principal places of production
there shall be established un annual exhibition
of cotton productions, and rewards shall bo
granted by the Government to tho eultlvators
exil lulling who buow jiruuucisui Buj'crior ijuai-Itv.
7th. Mixed Commissions, composed of iu
lives and foreigners, having theoretical aud
nracLlcul know led ire of tho subluet. shall bo In
stituted and established lu all the chief tow us
of tho provinces producing cottou, Thu du
ties or theso commissions suau uu 10 preseui o
tho Imperial (lovernment reports concerning
tho exocutlou of tho most effect I vo measures for
encouraging and developing cotton iiiltlvatlou.
tour fiXlrllcucy cuuuui iuii io uu unuru iiiuv
the measures taken by the Mixed Commlsslou,
once put In execution, cannot full to procure
Immeusa rusoun es not oulv for the iionulutlou.
but for the Imperial Governintut, Nevcrtho
leH8. Iiefuru puttluir theso measures in execu
tion, It Is necessary to, luform the public of
them bv publishing them in the prluclpal Jour-
.mis or tho countrv. and also bv making them
kuown and recommending them to tho populu"
tion bymeuusoi me councils iu cat u uninci
of the provinces, particularly lu tho producing
As, liowever, all tho countries subject to vour
liirltullrilon aru alreadvliilltlKam or farmed out
ror a certain time biui io run, n. m iur mo imt
ment Impossible to put Into execution thu meas
ures concerning thu tollalloii or tho tithes, vvo
thcreforo beg your Excellency to submit to us
eucii rcmeuiat measures as uiuy w ut iu iuv
tlce to alleviate a portion of the dllllcuttlcs b)
which the actual modo of tollectlou lmiedcs
the dev olopment of cotton cultlv utlou. Wo U'g
ou likewise to Institute us quickly as possible
tho commission designated lu ui tie Io 7.
The President will be uamed bv jour Excel
lency, tho Vlco P res KU nt and the First See re
tary will he named by the numbers of the Com
mission. The nomination of llieo thnc per-
iirAti ftthis. 'a mirsiuiil Mil in forlv miles In sous, us well us th Q other memlM.ru ol Iho Lorn
fore mid blxty milca v 1th e av ulr . I mission, being purely houorarj , no salary , 111
Our loss vua only 315 killed, 1,8U vouuded be allotted to them, but tho Imperial Govern
and 3.U prisoners and liilsslug, i meut will appropriate for them uu orHce. luel,
it is saiu mo enemv was bo ucuioruuxvu uuu
numbers, und they fled leaving
their dead and uouuded on tho Held. Tho en
cm) 'a loss Iu killed was 1.43d ofilccrs and men.
ThLlr lorts lu wounded, taking tho general
average, oruouuts to B,CW. Wo took 3,203
prisoners, umong whom are 137 field ofllcers,
captains, and Bubaltcrus, representing ilfty-threo
regiments of lnrantrr, sixteen regiments of cav
alry, thirteen batteries or artillery and seven
battalions, making bklv-uluo regiments, seven
battalions and thirteen butteries, besides sepa-
Wa iikftL ui sin rinirteen stuuds of colors, two
pieces of artillery, thlrtv-lhrco hundred stand
of small arms, lurly-tlvo thousand rounds of
ammunition una u larguiumi mu.umiiiivuw,
The enemy blew up scvtral ummuulllou
wagon u between Corinth und Chawalla and bc-
joud Chawalla muny ummiinttlou wagousand
f arrluirpa uAr.i ilMlmvtll. Qlld tllO ITrOlind WUS
strewn with tents, officers' mess e bests and
iwrcniAL COTTON COMMISSION.
The Sublime Porto having been authorized by
an Imperial Iradeh to take measures for the en
couragement of cotton cultivation throughout
the Empire, Instructed II. E. Savfet Eflendl,
Minister oi commerce ana rumic worKS.io
address an ordinance to n. E. the Governor
General of Smyrna for the Institution of a com
mission for these provinces.
In pursuance of this ordinance, If. E. Me-
hemed Reshld Pasha Invited the gentleman na
med In tho Commission to attend at the Konak
on Thursday, the 18th. when there were assem
bled II. E. Neshet Bey, Political Commissary t
Colonel Rcshed Bey, Imperial Railway Com
mUsnryt Mr. Hyde Clsrkt Mr. Reest Major
Mustapha Eflendl, Imperial Railway Commis
sary ; and Dlran Eflendl, Secretary Interpreter
proceedings by directing Mchemed All Elfendl,
Becreiarv oi mo jvonaK. io araw up a '.re
cord of the silting. II. E. then said that as all
tho Commissioners present spoke French, ju ho-
had read It in lurkish, ana was wen acquainted
with It, ho had, In conformity wllh tho desire
oi tno (jovernmeni, una a irnnsiation inaue in
tn Freuth by Dlran ElTcndl j and as ho con Id
erul It highly Important that the English mem-
hers w ho had been Invited to co-operate should
have full opportunity of participating In the
proceedings, no mourn can on uiran Kiicnm to
read tho vrencn trausiauomnsteaaoribeTurJc
Ish orlirluaL Tho members having thanked II,
E for his courtesy, tho ordinance was read, a
translation of which will bo found above.;
II. E then called on the gentlemen to state
wither they proposed to accept theluvltatlou of
the Government; to. which they 'unanimously
assented, and tho record waa drawn up, aud II.
E. declared( the Commission constituted, ap
pointing Reshad )cy temporary President until
a pormument President should be appoluted.
II. E. having made soma observations on his
experience In cotton growing, and on some of his
experiments ou American seed, briefly explained
the principal objects ou which tho Government
wished to consult the Commission. H. E. said
he was very desirous the time of tho merchants
should bo consulted, and hoped they would meet
atsotuoplarevthlch was convenient to themj but
he stated one of tho council rooms In tho Ko
nak was quite at their service, and that he trust
ed they would sourrangtfthomectlngs'thatonce
a week or once a fortnight they would meet at
tho Konak. As they wcro aware, his public eu-
gagemeuts were uumcroaaj hut he felt a deep
aud permanent Interest In this Important sul-
Ject of the policy of the Imperial Government,
ana lie vtoumuiwava iry ana uevoiesoma lime
to the in, Tlii'y, liko himself, wcro men of buslj
ucsa, and he doubted not that In an hour or
two they would act ompllsh u good deal of use-
These observations the members promised toa
comuiuolcale to their colleagues, and, having'
taken leave, retired.
Thu Commlsslou Immediately proceeded to
vv orki for, on tho suggestion of H. E. the Gov
ernor General, the subject of Mr, Reea'a cotton
cleaning establishments was taken Into consid
eration at n special meeting, at which Mr. Pat
crson was present.
Ou Monday, the 21st, a meeting was held at
the English Club, attended by the following
Commissioners) Neshet Bey, Reshad Bey, Mn
Mr. Lafontalne. Malor Mnstsnha Eflendl. ana
Dlran Efleudt, The ordinance of the Minister
of Commerce vv as taken into consideration, und
Mr. uiarko was unanimously chosen vicerres-
I .lent, Boghoa Eflendl, retired functionary of
tue foreign ennce, was appointee! vmci oecre-
tury, ou tiiegiounaoi nisKnowieageoi iurk
isii, .ugusxi, auu rrcneu.
The translation and promulgallou of the or
elluaiiee was discussed, and Instructions Mere
given lor uramng up a preliminary re port.
On Thursday the Commission met ut the
Eugllsh Club, Present t Reshad Bey, Mr
Clarke, Neshet Bey, Mr. Whlttall, Mr. Pater
son, Mr, Rees, Mr. Peter Uout, Mr. I.afontalne.
and Dlran Eflendl. Reshad Bey auuounecd
that tho Governor General had given Instruc
tions lor prlullng tho ordinance In Turkish,
Greek, Ai uioulau, and French, for dUtributlon
lviinm tuu jiroviuco. tue wommissiuu mun
measuies for prlutlng the English translation
aud clrciUatlmr It In En eland.
Tho CommUslou adopted a rujiort cuterlug
fully Into tho proportions of the Uov ernment.
Thu next meeting will bo held on Thursday
ut tue Konak,
lster of Commerce, and took, the oi.Inlon or thn
Commission thereon, t
II. E. called tho attention of the Coram sslon
to the seed question, and the necessity of mak!
Ing provision for next year's supply. Th
members of theCommlsslpn wero unanimously
of opinion that American seed Is that which
succeeds best, but tho difficulty of getting It Is
at this time groat. Next to American, Egyp
tian Is most available. The Commission un
dertook to obtain reports on the seed question
Tho attention of II. E. was called to tho abuse
of tho Bozook In tho haraof M cm 1 en, and those
of Denlshe, whereby the herdsmen let, their
cattle enter tho cotton Adds, which, being a late
crop, Is exposed to their ravages. If. E. cx-prc-eed
his determination to adopt severe, mea
sures to prevent any abuse.
OS I K M It It OT II Kit 8,
OS I II KIM into 'I'll Kit H,
S93 PFNNSYLVAMA AVFNUE,
311 PFNNSVLVANIA AVFNUE,
30 SOUTH WILLIAM STHFFT, NEW YOHK,
3J SOUTH WILLIAM HTRFKT. NEW YORK,
CfKHCK BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE' BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND "WINES,
Aud whole le drslers in
RYE AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
RYE AND BOURBbN WHISKIES,
As wellas every varlet) of ,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
And the best brands of
GENUINE II AT AN A CIGARS,
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS.
We also oiler for sale a complete aiiortment of
, FRUITS, MF.ATS, ke.t
HERMETICALLY SEALED ,
FRUITS, MEATS, ft,c ,
FRUITS, MEATS, &e ,
Exprriilj put up for camp use.
BEST OOODSIN TUB MARKET,
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICKS,
LOWFSTNtW ORK PRICES,
LOWrsT NPW VORK PRICFS.
U1 PKNHsri.VANIA AVENUK,
J9". PRNNHVLVAIVIA AVKNUK.
Uctwrcn NlutU mud Tenth sfrtets.
11 1 I, I T A n V EUUlPJtENT,
TRUNK, ANU HARNl'SS
M A N ll K AOTllllY,
4UU Srreuth stnet,
orro3iTH onn pei tows' niLL,
WABIIINOTON, D. C.
I insnufscture of tlie brst uatrrlsl, and lisie
constsutly on ItsnJ, a Isrge and tsrltd asiort'
VUtary and Citlmn' SAUDT.KS,
FELT SAMlLH CLOTHS,
Patent Feed and Water Buckets,
Ofllcers' Fine Sword Belts,
Belt "trimmings, and
Field Glass Cases.
WOOD BOX T AS
It E p A I 11 I N U .
As I msnutacture Trunks exteniU eljr, sod necrs
strlly h e all kinas of Trunk Mste rial, I sin better
prepared to repair Trunki, La , thoreugldj' and
promptly.thsu any other eslsbllihment In the cltj.
JAMIS S TOPHAM.
WEEKLY NATIONAL, REFUBUCAN.
The nndcrslgncd commenced', In tho month
of December,'' liirtO, the publication, In this cltr,
of. weekly newspaper, called the 'atlotial !!
It ,1s printed on a largo sheet, twentyseren
by forty-two Inches, and Is furnished at thelow
prices stated below.
It contains all the 'original matter or the
Dally KMonal ItrpuMam, wifh. the exception
of local ncwa not Interesting to country sub
scribers. It 111 giro full reports of the proceedings or
Congress, and of the other Departments of the
It contains all the news of the day, foreign
and domestic, markets, ttc. Ac, aa well as an
original correspondence from all parts of the
country. Tho miscellaneous dipartment will
rccelre special aycnllou, and,Jn, all respects,
the effort will ho luado to establish tho charac-'
ter of the Xatlotiut IlepvbUean as a Family
Washington Ik lug now tho central point of
the current military operations, great attention
will be paid to furnishing tho readers of the
XatUmai Jttpiibl,can with full, and especially
with accnrnte, accounts of tho progress of the
war for the Union.
In politics, the paper Is Republican, sustain
ing the Administration of Mr. Lincoln.
There Is no other Republican paper In the
District of Columbia, or rn tho vicinity of II,
and It Is beUercd that recent events have opened
tq such a paper an Important sphere of useful
effort. The tlmo has come, when the actual
administration of tho Government npon Repub
lican principles will explode the misrepresen
tations which havo mado thoao principles so
dlstatefnl to tho South.
But It Is not only here, and In this vicinity,
that tho projectors of tho -YafloaJ Jttpubttcan
hope to make It useful. To the whole country
they offer a Journal which will discuss national
politics from . national stand-point, and which
will never bo swerved from patriotic duty by
any overpowering pressure of local interest,
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OPKKR'd BAfcinUci WINK.
fUaC1, AMD roVK TEABSOUl,
OF OIIOITJK' OPORTO GRAPE,
FOR MlVSclANs' USE,'
For Frmaltt, II tally lmon, anil Invalid.
i cstz if ?n
S j f&t&S&l
n t- .jujittsatzsrMDKrr
S $ r1laVsxKflSL'?u-l,EEBxS F
Frerj- rmlly, at thll iion, iliouM me the
OIebrtftlln Kurobefortti mtiktnM amlfcDefl-
cUI qufelttlrt ftentle Stimulant, Toole, Pturetlc,
na Biiaonnci nigniy etittmea qy cmiora. pnj-i-cUm,ueillD
Furopcnn and Anertenn Iloiplttls.
nu ot some 91 in nm iimiue in 4iropc idu
AS A TONIC,
It biif no equal, earning ad ippetit and bulldlott
up the irstetn, being entirety a pure wine of mont
A3 A DIURETIC,
It Impart! healthy nctlou of the Glanila nnd Kid
Gout, and Rheumatic affection.
If not a mixture or manufactured article, but li
rure, from the Juice of the Portugal Sambueui
irrapCultlTfttedln New Jeraey, recommended bj
Chemliti and Fhyriclant potnff medical pro
perties tuperlor to any other Wlnei In nae. and an
excellent article for all weak and debilitated per
ions and the a red and Infirm. Improving the appe
tite and benefiting ladlet and children.
A LATJIFS1 WINE,
Dccauie tt will not Intoxicate aa other wlnea, aa It
eon taint no mixture of iplrlta or other llquora, and
la admired for Iti rich, peculiar fUror, and nutrtt U e
riropertlea, Imparting a healthy tone to the dlge t
reortrana, and a blooming, toft, and healthy akin
WE REFER TO
A few well-known gentlemen and phytlclana who
Gen.Wlnfiel I Scot t, IT 3A.
nor. Morriii. N.V. State.
DrJ R ChUtan, N.V Cltj.
Ti Pas-lrs M V nti-
pra. DarcyiiNlcboll jew-
Dr Wilson lltbatN.Y.
Dr Dougherty, Newark
Dr. MareyNew Aork.
B3"None genuine without the algnature of "AL
FRED SPELR, Pasaalc, N. J ," U a cr the cork ol
KrMAKKONi; trial ur THIS win
For iftlc by Drugfrlita and all nrtt-clasa Dealera.
A. SPLER, Proprietor.
VixEVARiK Paiialc, New Jewej.
Orricc 303 riroadway. New Vork.
JUltN tV.A (Ui.lini,
nov S ly
Agent for France
kyb and bail
NOISES IN THE HEAD.
Affections of the THROAT.
DISEASES Of THU AMI PASHAOIS.
Theie mslsdles are excluihely and successfully
UK. ON MOSC1IZ1SKEII,
Oculist and AuaisT,
5J1 IVnn. atenue, opp Wlllsrds'
S3 Numerous Testimonials can be examined at
bis office, from cltlicns of WashtnEton.
-All surgical operations to restore SIGHT
and HEARING performed not 10 lm
XT T I o is
IN TO TIIK PUBLIC
0 O S 1. 1 N U lllllUUItAKT
CITIZENS OF WASHINOTON,
OFFICERS OF THE ARVr AID MIT.
The old end established Emporium or Clothinr.
thatliu, for so many )r.rs, supplied th. clttseos
of sihlnston and lclnltr wllh all that Is es
sential for ihe eleasnce and comfort of the outer
man, is now .uppucu wiiu lue iiiusfc Lvuiiiir.v auu
fashionable stock that we hs e ct er had the pless
ure to otter.
COATS, PANTS, and FSTSof Ih. most desira
ble styles that could lie found In the market.
HOSIFRY, GLO S, Ac , cannot be surpassed and
will be sold at prices that On not allow of compe
tition. LARGE STOCK OF MIL1TARV OVERCOATS.
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OFRL0ATS.
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY 0EHCOATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRI 1S COATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRrS COATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY TANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VISTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY MSTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY tSTS
INDIA RUBBER GOODS OF ALL DESCRIP
TIONS VALISJS, CARPET-BAGS, Ac.
Our slock of BOYS and YOUTHS' CLOTHING
Is Hie largest and most fsBhjousbli that has evrr
been ottered In this cltj, and at the lowest prices
theycan possibly be obtained la this city.
Jj ISIl .DU HV UB .1 uui Ull fMnnH, roiiici . r(
street and Pennsylvania
'4 4 1
! 4 T
a 4 i
Jvdoe AmoiATE's OrritE,
ularfued at our advanco they sit tiro to the
stores at TuptlIo,but llndlug wo were uol close
upon them, they extinguished tho Uro aud re-
mcmiviii appropriate lor Hum an onice, iuii,
aud otllio charges, wlilcli will be defrajed from
tho Imperial Treasury.
The drat question for (he solution ol the Com
mission is iuo selection of tlio luaimncs, ira-
On Thursday tho IniDerlal Cotton L'ommls
slou uul In tho Council room of tho Konak
Sir. Hdo Clarke, Vlco President, In Iho chair,
with Mr. Whlttall, Mr. Peterson, Mr. Lsfon
taluo, Mr, Peter Uout, Dlran Elliudl, and Mr.
lues, ji, excellency aicjiemea itcsniu rasuu
held n conference with tbo commlsslou. The
uu mbira availed themselves of the first oppor
tunity ufur their appointment to pay their re-
sputa to his Exiellcuo), and to report to him
Mr. Hccs submitted tn his Kxcclhucy soinu
slaudard spoclmeua of cotton of Mr. Clarko, of
tiokla, Mr. Tctcr Gout produced somo rl)cmd
and unrlptncd pods, rcsiettlvely ol Amcrlcau
and Kmi'tlan aecd. crown on his rhlftllch In
this prorluce. The spoclmcns w ere directed to
lo slui mi u. rj, caviil E.ueuui, auuisicr ui
r..-iiini rm, nl I nnslnnllnnnl.
II. E. the Pasha directed D.ran F I raid I to
prodULO tlio Turkleh, Arueulau, (J reek and
rciicn copies primea oi tuo aocreo 01 mo miu
mhliirlou Clt .DC. Nov. 15. UOt
Aniilhitlnu lutrLnir boeti made b. ladle, to CO
to their frit hJb, and fnmUiei In the South, notice la
h(.reb sUenttiat all Ni)i.cania muii mane a writ
ten ttateineni io inia uumvi irrmrn uy uniu, m-
tween thin date and the teth day of December next,
Flrit, The name, age, and reilJen.eoftheapjM'
Stroud The date when ahe came within the mil-
Itary llnuaortne unitea staira, ior wnai iurpoae,
atn.i wh r ahe haa ilii.e retided
Ihlrd Ihe I lace nUe deairei to go to, and the
Tlie l-emona to whom leate mybe frranted Will
beaeutwlth aultable eatort front Waahtuglon to
the Uulted Statea Unci lu Mrglnla, with audi per
gonal ciltfcti ai ahall le &lov, ed to paaa
No pf raon will be allowed to take more than one
trunk or package of female wearlug anprel,welKh
lae not o er one hundred pounda, audaubject to In
iiectlont and any attempt or effort to auiurgle con
traband properly will forfeit the tame, and lutject
the part) to Imprisonment during the war
I. C. TURNER.
no 11 Mtjor and Judge Automate.
11X11 H A fcltV-The HI OCR, FIXTURE and
1 (sOOU WILLofaHritclaii Wholeiale Liquor
and butler V atftblUltwentt Ua beendolufc a rlno bu
tlneafortuo jenrat located In the central part of
IT no Runuei MiiiRiiu HISI..U uri-.im iriinu-
rant tor full particular appl to the Agcncj Of
fice, oil Mnthaircet, mar Pi atenuc
' N 11 MIILHt
Alan, (.It) Projurt) aud llouat-a lor Hale
CHEAP! SI CLOnllM. HOUSE IN
towu Is at
L. A llt'ALLkCO.
No 3At Seveuth street,
se 25 1m between I end K.
JUST UKCEIVKuCoUR NIW STOCK OF
Fall suj Winter CLOTHING, whllh wa are
No 3j1 seventh afreet,
op 24 3m between I and K,
(formerly of New ork,)
Hai the Name and Fame of being one of
THE BEST REbTAUltAXTS IX TOWX
J-Gleua trial, and judge for jourielf-fcn
l-erythlDglo the Houteli of the
BKBT TIIK MARKET AFFORDS.
Don't lorgct the number,
nil Penmrhanla avenue,
between TwelltU and Thirteenth atreeta,
mar 10 South ilde
ARTIFICIAL CLEOPLASTIC BONK Tl fcTH,
without metal plate or claapa, b
DR. b. B. 8IGE8MOND,
UIO Broadway, New 1 orki "! & PQn enue,
between Twelfth an I Ihlrtecuth ati ,
WA.SDINQTON. li. C.
Calla the attention of the public to the following
ad autagea of hi luipro. ed ) litem,
lit. The teeth of hli manuratture will never cor
rode nor change color by any aclda, and are three
fourth lighter thau any other.
9d No teeth nur roota need be extracted, aa the
..iiimbI miPirin Ixt inierted o er them
sd The rooti will be made lootteniive and uet er
to ache ...
ith NntffmiMirarv teeth are needed, aa permanent
onei can be made Immediately, thereby preaen lng
tue natural expression ui ih ini-v, which, unucr
the old ai atera, I frequently diatlgured
6th Tli la h ork haa been fully teated, for over ft e
eara, by man) of the tlrat chemlata and phytlclana
of tlila and the old countr).
Dr 3 haa alao Indented a wblto lodcatructlble
metal tilting, with which the moat acnaltheteeth
can be tilled u lthout pain, and can build up a per
fect aouod tooth on an) aide roota, which will laat
tltrough a lifetime.
He rcfera to the following gentlemeiuIJr, .Mott
Dr l)o rem u a, Profeaaor of Chemlatryi Hon. A
Mann, juu ( Capt. Crabtree, Vice Preailent of the
I-migration Company of New ork Hon. Judire
a) ne, of the Supreme Court, of aahlngton, U
C t and thousand! of other a.
Call and examine for i ouraeh ea. no -iu
CAMP HTOVKR I
We are now mauufacturlud CAMP, .VK and
HEAT1NU STOS, which we will jell bj the
down or hundred aa theau aa they can be bought In
Baltimore. l fcH.GRMURY,
nov IS "1 IVm' ftveaue, near Tth itreet.
venue, the Great Cloth
ing Mart of Waahington city.
nov i errj- iun, iimnrit
11IHT THY OUIl NKW STOCK OU"
tl Clothing from the Peopled Clothlug atore, No
460 Seventh atreet, near F. The out-wear an
thlng jou can buy and they are aold ao cheap at
J. H. SMITH'S,
No. -tou be ent it at reet, near t
would adi Ue all to comeandbuy their Clothinr
at SMITH S, No. 4b0 feeu'iith atreet.
II lou are wlaeou will come . to SWITU'S, No
430Setenth atreet, near F.opportte uty nai oi-
flte, to oui jour Homing, urniaiuaK uwui,
Irunka, Hail, andCnpa
Th. Prnpt.P's ri.nTlIINd STORE. No. 4bO
Seventh atreet, latne neaipiace in town io uuj
jour .iOiniDR, urnuninK uouua, nuun,
and Lapa J it SMllti
Callaoon andaeeour new atockof Fall and Win-
&. CU, Clotbtera, 460
ter I lothlng, which e aro aelling at y cry low prl-
cea, at ine rturu " tL.ii uin otunr.,
Set enth street, near F
Great attractions at No 460 fte, enth atreet. New
atock of Clothing juat arrived, and aelllog at our
uauallowprlcea i J II. SMITH & CO , Uothlera,
No 460Setenthstreet,and corner Twentieth street
Great bargains Iu Clothing, IVrnlihlng Gooda,
lists, Caps, Roots, and Shoes, on the corner ot
Twentieth street and Penn. at enue.
SMITH&CO, Clothiers, Flrat ward, cor. Twen
tieth atreet and Pennavlvanlaat euue, la the cheap
eat place In town to buy jour I-all and Winter
r.n .t thu, rimt Ward ClothlniT atore and net
juur Fall and U Inter Clothing, Hata, Caps, IJoota,
sal i ii tt u , v-iointera.
Cor, Twentieth street and Fenn a
URST WARD CLOTIUNO 1IOUSF, corner of
Twentieth atreet and PeunsjUsnlaatenue
Voucan buy jour Clothing. Hata, Capa, Boots.
and shoea cheap, corner of Twentieth street and
rmiosiAH k. i.isOi n,
ATTORNEY OR CLAiMA fi,
AND AOET FOR rROCURU
Bouuty Lands, I'ensions, Arrears
of Pay, Fxtra Fy, Ae ,
WASHINGTON', D. U.,
Will give prompt and ettkleot atteBtloa to the
nroscutlon of claims of eierj description against
(he Got ernment, and make no charge unleaa sue
"Soth references and charges for sen lees will be
- rcnalona munsl for soldiers wounded or dls
eatid during the exlit lng war; also, Tor the widows
and orphans of soldlera who have died from wounds
or disease incurred whllo in the United States acr
tkei also. Bounty Money foe tha helrs-lnlaw of
aoldlers deceased during tne existing war
Fees divided with attorneys or other eraous for
The big heat prices paid for Land W arrants
"t'homas E. ILOVD.
Altomer for Claiuaais,
11 ' sihlngton, U. C
, - '
N. n. WltorsofisiHr,puVl"hiD.V."i,iS
will be entitled Io wy m Ices to the amount ol
their chsrtes. l.l-