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Is published t7 morning (Sundays excepted)
by Wi J. MratAoa &'Co and, It fumlhed lo
city inUcrlben (bjr carrier) t S8 cent per
month. , ,'
Mall nbtcrlben. $3.80 per annumi' i fbr
ill month, and tl tat three month, Inrarla-
Wjr In ndranc.
Single rople,'! tent.'
EDITORIAL CniTIdCES yb. MILITARY
It la a point Terr eatllt een. that the Innlor
of the tfatlopai Intelligencer) a gentleman of
ram critical aetunen and profound military
knowledge. Tbe recondite display of hla eru
dition on the topic are truly wonderful.
Take Mm fir all U all',
We ne'er thall look upon Ma Ilka again."
In the taana of -(bat paper of.fJaturdayjiast
true to the Instinct of IU antecodenU, rather
to eotertilhlthi'pwplelaa to what baa been
than to Instruct' lhemaa'lo whet It to be It
f gain takes up the Harpcr'a Ferry report, and
treate IU corporal') guard of reader to nearly
three mortal cotumna oft running commentary,
for) the' great 'purpoaeor airing IU" military
The anlmut of all thla tedlona twaddle la too
tranepareat'aot to be perc-dred at glance. In
humble IroUatlod of the rebel maaked battery
atrategjr; It make a'oot ert attack on ' the Fred
d cut, the Cabinet and 'Major General Ralleck,
thereby playing directly i Into the handa of
armed traitor at the South, and their alder
and abettor at tbe "North an old. game of the
Intettlgeneer, a the Inevitable ''ae-mftir or IU
cowardly and temporising policy.
In the lint place, under the base pretence of
"military criticism and literary composition,"
It alma direct blow at General Halleck by
ftsscrtlng'that'iraeneral McClellah'a march
waa How from Washington,, to attack Lee,
General Halleck'a w'a alowcr from Pittsburgh
Landing to Corlnth aa If one delay, real or al
leged, la a Jnstlloatlon for another I
General Halleck Is not on trial. 'When he Is,
It will bo tlmo enough for the ilnttUiomcer to
try on again It Tory astute " military criticism
and literary composition." Until then, 'we
most respectfully commend It to a careful hus
bandry of lta vast resources.
In the second place' thla deeply learned re
viewer attempt to show that thla report
.-hound In "contradiction and mlsapprehcn-
alon.""n prove this, It passe contemptu
ously 'by tho general comment of tho press, a
embracing only " a few partisan aheet," and
quotes, with great gusto, a solitary phrase of
tho New Tork Tribune, aa coming from the
only "Intelligent Journal " that haa " ventured
anything like an apology,for the document.".
Preetol What "a change haa come over the
spirit Of the dream" of tho venerable Intelligen
cer I ' Howjoug la It since that paper has ceased
to call tho Tritmni "partlaan sheet "of tbe
most Intense character t What aly purpose In
duces It to quote that "radical" aa "a single
Intelligent Journal 1"
Tanpora mutantur, et not fnutatnur tn iUttt
Barely, the mlllenlum cannot be far off, when
tho Washington Intelligencer qnotea approving
ly frorn the New Tork Tribune.
Mow, what doos the Intelligencer make by Its
motion to second the Tribunal ,
"Only thla, and nothing more" that the
Tribmu admits "the report Is not drawn, In all
respect, with care," But the ancient and hon
orable Intelligencer omit to notice that the Tri
bunt also say that tbe leading and substantial
riCTa" of the report remain unshaken. Let all
the artful qulbblingofthe Intelligencer disprove
thla, If It can. The fact still remains that a
part of the Army of the Potomac, under Gene
ral 8umnert did, In eflfcet, relieve Harper's Tcr.
ry, If the party In command t bad been " com
petent " to avail himself of tho relief) and the
other fact also' remains that, If General Mc
Clellan had marched In a certain direction with
more promptness, the relief of Harper's Ferry
vouldhave been complete. The Intelligencer
can now ey It mlllUry criticism and lite
rary composition " on these two facts, mean
while rememberlig, however, that facta are
In the third place, the Intelligencer attempt
to be cuttingly severe on Gen. Halleck, by the
artful dodge of coupling the evacuation of Win
chester with the surrender of Hsrper Ferry
two eventa that are aa remote apart In thla con
nection as tho Intelligencer Is from common
sense, Gen. WnltOj waa ordered by Gen.' 111.
leck to rqarch with hla command to Harper's
Ferry, but bo found the,, arrangements of Col.
Miles made In such a way, on hla arrival at
the Ferry, that It waa Impossible for him to
change them, In time to save the post. lie Is,
therefore, no more responsible for the surren
der than he la for tho delay of Gen. McClellan
to march to hla rellof. The base design of the
Intelligencer against Gen. Halleck, therefore,
full list to the ground.
The President wilt not thank tho Intellliencer
for lta 'fulsome allusion to him evidently 'an
afterrthought, and not contemplated In the
body of this Immense " military criticism and
literary composition." Tho President haa of
ten seen the Intelligencer at that sly game, tt
Is too much In the style of the .New York Her
ald, which mendacious sheet la ever violently
assailing the measures of the President, while,
fulsoraely be praising him as a man. Let the
Intelligencer, then, contlnuo to trot out It spa
vined and wind-broken span of " military crlt
lcim and literary composition." It does no
harm to anybody, and affords amusement to
thoso who know a war-horse from a saw-horse.
Let our venerable cotemporary keep mounted
on lta high old ateed
" And when he neat shall ride abroad,
May we be there to see,"
Mb. Editor i Blr Will you please Insert In
your excellent paper a few line with reference
to the lack of spiritual labor among those con
lined In the several hospitals In and around
this cltyt Wo are not disposed to charge
the chaplains with negligence or duty to the.
spiritual good of those over whom they havo
charge, a man- of them aro faithful and true
to their work. Many or the hospitals contain
six or eight hundred patients, which require
more attention than one. chaplain Is able to
give; hence, If some are to some extent neglect
ed, no blame Is attached to the chaplain. It
appears to me that It Is the duty of Christian
men and women to And out where spiritual
labor is needed, and then earnestly engage In
It. A few words of kind advice would do un
told good. Br k 8UB9CRIBIH.
Wo cheerfully git c place to the above sug
gestions, and advise the religious people of
Washington that lit rein la an opportunity for
personal and Individual effort In behalf of tho
religious Interest of tho soldiers, to which they
may attend with a reasonable prospect of doing
much good. Kn. IIepuh.
Vanity Fair say we hear a deal about bus
pending tbe habeas corpus) but when the Gov
ernment catchea a traitor why doesn't It sus
pend the corpus, and let the habeas go I
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DUTSl or Soldiirs. The following deaths
have oocurred since our last i
Charles Coburn, company D, 6th Maine
J. C. McChnng, company G, 130th Pennsyl
vania Mount Pleasant hospital!
Homer 8. Bean, company 1), 8d Maine) Mount
Patrick H.. Hughes, Sd Excelsior battery,
Daniel Murphy, company C, 1Mb. New York.
George L. Moti, company K, 18th Maine I
Caspar! hospital. .
Corp. David V. Selovcr, company I, 88lh
New Jersey t Armory hospital.
Jamea D. Reynolds, company F, 27th New
York lTarewood hospital,
Cornelius C. Barnhart, company B, 134th
New York) Flnley hospital.
W. n. Manwarlng, company E, 89th New
York Douglas hospital.
Oliver Gebbany, company C, 49th Pennsyl
vania) Columbian hospital. . '
. Daniel Swearer, company C. ISTtli Pennsvl-
f anta t m
William Towmend. Company C, 16th New
York) RyUnr) Chapel hoipltal.
John Thompson, comnanv F. 14"Sth Penn
sylvania t Emory hospital.
Chaa. Smith, 23d New York battery i Emory
a. 1'iarK, company a, va Michigan) Mount
Corporal David Yant, company D, 107th
Ohio Carver hotpltal.
Nicholas Ott. company O. let Pennsylvania
artillery Mount Pleasant hospital.
loeepn Aiexanaer, company r, otu Vermont )
George W.Welr, company H, 134th Penn
sylvania i Ecklngton hospital.
Jacob Buck, company F, 0th U. 8. cavalry)
Odd Tallow' Hall hospital. J , - '
Stephen Joseph, company K, 109th Pennsyl
vania) Odd Fellows' Hall hospital.
Samuel mil, company K, llth Connecticut
BmAA-nf Vvtin Ul.ln. Ann........ k 1 tltl
New York Armory hospital.
Tux Ciimstux Commission. We were trrat-
llled to llnd on visiting the rooms of the Young
Men's Christian Aasoclatlon, that their large
nan nas Deen neroiea to ine interests or the
Christian Commission. For one year thla
commendablo organization has been doing a
vast work) and, yet, so silently that It Is
scarcely known among those who are not offi
cially, or: by affliction, connected with the hos
pitals. Through lta agency at thla point,
atorea of the choicest kind and worth thou
sand of dollars havo been disbursed to the re
lief of the deatltnte and suffering. These
stores, which are largely Increasing In amount,
aro not scattered by all who would willingly
witness the Joy and gratltudo of the aoldler re
ceiving them) but by regularly commissioned
delegates, who dovote their time and energy,
without compensation, to vlsltlnir and aeekinfir
of all the needy thoso who are unable, orun-
willing, it able, to rravo the boon or Uhrlstlan
To the battle-Held the Commission tends well
supplied delegations, where, aa at Bull Run
No. a and Antlctam, It ha rendered efficient
But lta work In thla vicinity Is not only the
distribution of physical comforts. To the In
active or Ill-employed minds of thousands In
the hospitals and camps, literature or high moral
and religious tone has been supplied. Many
newspapera aro purchased for this purpose, and
of one alone no less than 50,000 coplea of each
Several thousand coplea of the New Testa
ment have been distributed, and all desiring
can receive. Thus, Its delegatea may labor as
those "who must glre account' gladly await
ing tho reign of the Prince or Peace, and up
hold at the aame time thehandsnrthesurgcons
Recently a tent 'haa been furnished by tbe
quartermaster, and two delegates assigned to
the convalescent camp, where, with the co
operation of the officers In charge, they aro con
stantly cmpioyca in iceaing, ciotuinganu com
forting, with tbe consolatlona or tho Gospel,
manyorthe vast multitude aa It tarries ror a
The work of tho Commission haa beeu ap
preciated by those or the military authorltlca
competent to Judge or Its userulncss. Facili
ties of transportation and passes are freely
granted) and a hearty desire Is everywhere man
ifested to hare such tlelda as It seeks cultivated
MlS AONES BODTUXRUKD.
" There's a charm and test when the sloKer tU.llla
i ae iDroDDinx Diesis wun ner auicet mils,
And a Joy more rare than the sweetest sir
Art ever combined,
When the poet enhances.
By beautiful fancies,
Tho strain, and entrances
Doth ear and mind "
It mav be rxisslblo that tho superior talent.
genius and ability, the cultivation and accom
plishments, of tho worthy young lady named
above, have not been duly appreciated by the
general public, from tho ract that uo opportu
nity has been afforded ror a proper exhibition
of ner power. Miss Bouthcrland, ao far a 1
known, makes no pretensions to consideration
aa an Italian artlete, and never appeared as a
singer In public, except at concerts or church
choirs, until she came to thla city. In tho
song and ballade other native land. In the
iwect and natural melodic of Burns aud Moore,
which touch the heart, Miss Bouthcrland Is
confessedly without n rival or a peer.
A BraoxsTlON to Business Mev. As we
have frequent occasion to avail ourselves of tho
great convenience afforded by tho street cars,
we havo often been struck with on Idea, whllo
passing along the Avenue, which, as ft may
not havo occurred to tho merchant and othera
who do business along the line of the passenger
railway, we will give, for their benefit. The
large, elevated and most conspicuous business
elgns are now brought Into special notice.
Heretofore the special object of our merchant
haa been to arrango their algu so as to catch
tbe eyoa of pedeatrlana from tho sidewalks. Iu
addition to this, they ought now to make a fine
display or conspicuous signs on the front fit
their houses, for the bcnetlt of tho crowds of
passers In the cars. Let this suggestion be t
adopted, and our friends will find that " It will
Tni Fredericksburg correspondent of th
New York IleraUl la responsible ror the follow -Ingi
' No little amusement Is afforded bv tho con
versation between the pickets along tho narrow
river, in which taunt of ' Yaukco hirelings '
and 'How are you, Bull Runners ? ' are Invari
ably silenced by Inquiries respecting the sa
lubrity of My Maryland. ' Antletcm is a ten
der aubjoct to acccsu, as tho following colloquy
tan inciaem oi litis aucruoon; inuicaics t
Seeeth Halloa. Bull Runner 1 How's tour
union sounu. iiow's aiy .Mumami r '
AiA Damn Mar) land. (Join' to Rich
mond, alnt you 1
futon Well I am. How Tar la II I
beceeh Further South than )on'll get. C'omo
by Harpcr'a Ferry, didn't J o ?
Union Ho. Autlelam,
keceth-O, Hell I"
Tho Prlnco do Jolnvlllo relates aa an Instance
of Ihe-odd coolntaa of our people, that during
ono of the hottest battles of the Chlckahomlny,
newspaper aellers went up and down the line
crying out the latest news from New York, and
found purchasers for the Journals they had to
11 This Id m.A tf 11. a .,..l .!.. ,. It... n.nl.l II
....- .- u.. w. iib icn. uojrui inn nunu.
said Gen. Hooker to the Intrepid Barry, as ho
rode by on tbe morning of tho battle of Antlc
tam. "The Southern rebellion Ilea colled up In
that valley, and It should be to-night In our
McCt-tiUx in tntWur.-OufkilVIcMfrom
Gen. Grant' army at nolly Springs say that tbe
newa of the removal of McClellan waa received
by our soldier there, and elsewhere In the South
west, with the greatest lor. "Now." aav the
boy, "we Bee a prwpcct of the termination of
wo war, aua oi our return nome I" Tne boy
aro right l and though they may not have very
accurate notion or the particular or McClel.
lan'a failure, they have what Sherman friends
claim for him, "great Instinct," which. In thla
case, aa In most other cases, havo not deceived
them. CAfrajro Trltnme. .
Barn tni Wounded. Many a man ha bled
to death upon the battle-field, whose life, might
have been laved by a handful of flour' bound
upon the wound. Many soldiers do not know
that gunpowder la one or the very best styptic.
Reduce the grain to dust, scrape a little lint
from ome garment and till It with thla lino
powder, and apply It to the wound, binding or
holding It fast. Soldiers, remember this, and
you may aome time save yonr own or, a rom
rade'a life. , . -
Tho Charleston Mercury saya thai an Intelli
gent member or the Legislature or Alabama In
formed the House that In the city of Mobile
there were no less than fire hundred tnen nf ih
age subject to military duty who have, i since
ue vvuHiiyh m-t uccflms a law, appnea lorana
received certificates of citizenship from consu
lar agents, of their allegiance to other power
tunu ui .no ouuworu vonioaeracy.
Tnoors fob Gin. McClebnand. Tho Ninety-seventh
and Ninety-ninth Indiana regiments
led Louisville on steamers for Columbus, Ky
where they will be placed In the army of Gen'
McClcrnand, for operation on the Lower Mis
sissippi. Seven other Indiana regiment will go
by rail to Cairo, and thence by-boat to Colum
bus, for tho aame expedition. Tho plan. of
" .Hiviciuauu v campaign is sucn aa to iu
sure the opening of tho Mississippi river to New
uucans vj mnsimas. acw AlMny ijeaqer.
Slie Dnbuqne J foal J closed Its existence last
week. It last number was chlcdy devoted to a
vindication of the Administration of Jamea Bu
chanan, written by hlnuelf. This Is entitled,
"nis Administration nobly vindicated His pol
Icy the true policy)" and so tho Herald died
praising Jamea Buchanan I It waa an awful
The sale of Rembrandt Peale'a paintings la
Philadelphia attracted many purchasers', but
the price realized were not up to tho appraised
value. The equestrian statue of Washington
WAA iaM 4Th V Wlf1.. ma" 11- 1. . a a R
nam suiu iuc 1,VW,IU iHi iaUOni( aOQ DJXUD1
jmvocuci iu IUB llljr
n o r o f a i4 h
Burjeau or Yahm and Docks,
24th Nniaintifr ifUtJ
PFAMD PROPOSALS, WMlonetl "Propolali for
building house t Nav1 Hospital, New lnrk,"
Will ! rtOCtVMl At thl nffloa. until nnm. rn that
sal dar of Deoember, 1862, for furnlshlag all the
materials and wnrkniaatblp requtml la construct-
iuAiiuuraiura. ourgTOn, on me n. ai Hospital
frrounds at Brooklyn, New lork.aocorrilnft to plana
and specifications which are lodged with the Civil
KnaTlneer. and mar La Mn on nnlicaiirn in him
at the Brooklyn Wavy ard which plana and spe
cifications will be attached to and form apart of
thai Mtnlssal "
1 Form of Offer,
I Horn rlftta th ttrr 1
I, (here Insert the name or names couinotlnr the
Arm,) of (name the town,) In the Htateof (name the
State,) hereby oiler to furnish under J our ad. ert lie
ment dated (date of advertisement,) and subject to
II Thai awi4paiMiamM aT OWa aa . B ikA .1...
......vnueHniuunui iiiDuir.iuuui mo pinna
and speclocatlons to which It refers, all the mate
rUla and workmanship necessary for the construo
ium miu vuuiiciiuno inenauio loramirceon at
the Naral Hospital at New- lork, according to the
filans and specification., for the turn of (here write
he amount In words,) and should my offer be ac
cepted, I request the contract may be prepared and
sent to theAavy Agent, at (name the agency) Tor
signature and certltlcA.f (Here the bidder and
cam, meniiwr oi tne nrm are to sign )
Form of dvaratxtmt.
The undersigned, (name of guarantor.) of (name
imv iuwu.j nuu Bimrgi tnamBine siaiej ana (name
of second guarantor, fcc ,) hereb) undertake that
the a bo, e named (name the bid ler or bidders,) will,
If his or their offer as aba. e be accepted, enter
into contract with the United atatea. within nriMn
da after the date of notice, through the post of-
11B.-C-, u ine nbvrjiinucr ui uis (urinrirj onrr neiore
Witness: i'Slirnatures of mirntni-a
1 certify that the above named (here name the
juariiaiurii nrc unuwij 10 ineioue goou and res
lonslble guarantors In thla case.
To be slrned br the district ludre. district attor.
ner. collector, navy agent, or some person known
to the bureau to be responsible.
To guard against otters being opeoel before the
time appointed, bidders are requested to endorse on
the envelope, above the address, and draw a line
under the endorsement, thus:
lPropotalifor Surgeon Haute for the Savy Yard at
Stw York "
To the Chief of the Bureau of Yards and Docks,
I naJUaltgiUH, W, UUY if IIWIW
SKA LED PROPOSALS are Invited until the
6th of December, 1862, for furnishing the Sub
sistence Department with 400 TONS OF HA1 In
The first delivery to be commenced on or about
the 13th of December, and the whole quantlt) put
In before the end of said month.
The Hay to be shinned br water anddelUered on
the wharves at Sixth street, and weighed In ash-
lUKlUII, tJ, V-.
Bidders must state tn their bids the price per 1W
jtound at which they will furnish the ha).
firms making bids must state the names of all the
aml'aymeuttobamade iu Trcasur) notes, or such
Tumi as toi eminent may have for distribution
Bids to be directed to Col A. It CK Willi, A V
C. and L. 8 , U. S A , and endorsed ' Proposals for
Ha).' nov 30
Kdvrs.rl ErereH'a Reply tu ; Eugllsh
nv rocTicai, pusie,
Whathae we In America 1
e've wonder great and grand t
e ha e the essence of the earth,
The cream of e, ery land
Our mountains are magnificent,
Our rivers are immense.
And each man has a king!) style,
If not a king's expense.
Our ships are known to all the world j
The farms cannot be beat)
Our cities, full of luxur) ,
Are fnnious for the neat.
e'v e orators and authors, too,
With Intellects of force i
e've railroads scattered ei er) where t
And one Professor Morse
Our girls hat e beauty, v. It, aud grce,
Thei 're charming, sweet, and Ull
But, then, the jran4t tt thing we ha. e
Is knov.ii as great OAK HALL,
Where the fall aud winter stock of tlrst-class cloth
ing Is now ready In extra abundance and greatest
varlet) , All the newst le, O, ercoats, Hacks, Busi
ness Coats, Peg-top Pants, h.e , selling at prices ao
low that e.erj bod) ulll buy aud be satisfied
J BRUrF.fr. CO,
No 4b4, Seventh street near F,
nov 21 dtdeel Ino doors lelow Smith's.
ATTENTION, HOMHICHN AND MUT
IB11H. IU. inKJuit completed our assort
ment of Camp Furniture, we would now respect
fully Invite the attention or Soldiers and Sutlers.
Our assortment comprises in part the following
Camp goods, Wi:
Camp Chests for mesa of from four to six, Camp
Tables. Camp Stools, Camp Cots, Camp Mattresses,
with all other articles of Camp Furniture calcula
ted to make a aoldler comfortable. All or which
will be aold at the very lowest cash prices at
ailJ-KN U WILLIAMS,
an ai No. W0 twventh street, corner D.
NOTIO 12 IN IIBREUV U1VICN THAT
the Copartnership heretofore existing between
L1LK fr COH-IN it this day dissolved by mutual
consent. JOHNG IALF,
J. A COFFIN
I John a Lyle still continues the business at the
1 Washington, July 31, 1863 Jr
D.' 0.,, TUESpAYNQTEMBEIt 25, 1862.
J i X ORR AH A.t.J&. A
Anennoeriignea has the pleasure of lntormlag
the cltltena of Washington and the rlclalty, thai
no nas oeen appoimei sole Agent rot tbe oelebrated
Jar x x crkax aljs and ronrKtt.'
The euperlorlty of thla Ale Is eo well known that
the demand ror It haa been rapidly Increasing since
Its tntroduotlon Into this city. It U already used
fA,1? number of private famUlealnthe District
rltXX CREAM Alk'
la' brewed extireeslr for fuallv hba mnA Mntai..
none of the deleterious subttanoet which are ao
frequently Introduced into the manufacture of Ale
and Porter to assist fermentation.
XXX CREAM ALE
is particularly recommended aa aimUdaawell aa
JQWX?11 IJi'lnfront the loea of appetite the
XXX Cream Ale la invaluable aa a most agreea
ble stimulant, giving a healthy and vigorous action
to the stomach.
. XXX QRSTAM alxT
U hlghlv mommrnad br tke raaultr nf rtilladal.
p hla and br the principal phrslelans ol Washier"
XXX OXXAM ALR
U put up In plat and ouart bottle and small kep,
for fsmur use. and Is dellrtrMl a ... Mitr AI
city, free of eiarret aa la alto the aiort superior
Qualify of Bottled Cider. ,
ta and u Seventh ttteer. ,
BaHiaent, opposite P. a '
Ft.H. X X X Ale and Superior Cider alarava on
draught at aa and 44 Mrenth street, Basem.aU
nor30lin v i
O UOHB APPROPRIATE PRE BUT
eiui b. mid tn . tnUlw fk.nj. n.....
.v.tnat finn fUlm.H "
1, D. Emm rntent Abdominal Supporter emd
It at Mee IMf, elmle. deep, meferleUe.imeMe and
rrllaUt, MtlM not oalr aa a rtmeif tot disease, but
alaO as a pmenllte. It Is endoned br the hlanest
authority in the land. Amonr the eminent praeti.
tloaer who have examined and approrrd lit meoir
elnal properties are Surmm General Hammond. U.
J. A. tkirzeoa Oeaeral Dale, oi Msts. Dr. Hall, of
Hall's Journal of Hrallbi Pr. John Ware, of Bottom
Brs. Bellows and Mott, of New JTorki Dr. I. 1.
Havrt, and all the Medical Fscultr ol Pmladelphla
ho hare examined Its merits. The Salea-uard It
composed o( Bed tunnel. Medicated Cotton betnf
placed between two thlckoettea otnsaoel andoullt.
ed In small diamonds. Thnrtuaatlt laaterUartTaad
whalebone are arranaed.jAi to prerent thi Saie
lusrdlrom wrUkllna orLjln; up, ortettlnrout
of place when the wearee Is to motion. TtiaHoaev
Belt Attachment la mad of floe wateitprootrubcer
cloth, stamped with, a patilptltderlce, and aeures
a ssfe and convenient receptachi for the soldier's
bUla and prlrate papers, i
.."."i?"""? fo '" aodflnlih: No I. II Mi
Seat by mall or express on receipt of the price
and posttfe.U by mail-on No. l.'iicentsi No, a,
taeentsi No. s,toeents.
stf-None renulne unlets stamped Dr. D. EVANS.
iJeserintlre arcutara malted free.
JJberal commissions allowed aaenta and persona
send orders to
O. O. EVANiii CO,
Arents for tbe United SUtte.
No. u CHEVTA-Il'street, railadtlphlaritolra
BKOADHUY, New Vorki No. M H-isiijrorS
street, Bostoni IS wiiUlSOTON BllLDUia.
Washlnttoo. Also, for sal by Dructlsta and Deal
ers In Military Ooods
umcvii KOTicBano. a. cvans. coo-
llnurt, at keretofove, to IU all ordtrt lor Bookt
puMliied In the United state, on receipt of the
scna an hook ordert to
No. tl ChMtnut trt4,
nor ao steed
t i. e n a a o o d a .
t ngllih Pickles, Chow Chow, etc.
Letter's Wlae Bitters,
Old Brandies, ,
MM'";'.?""' 1"1 Port Wines,
Lemon, Ginger and Raspberry Syrups.
Champagne Wlnea, rarfout brand;
Old Whiskies, a large stock In oases,
An assortment Catsups, Ctnned Fruits
Potted Meats, Soups, Condensed Milk.
c Igars and Smoking Tobacco,
London Porter and Scotch Ale.
NORRIS, CALWELL k CO ,
at PennsylranU avenue,
nov ao-ini Opposite WUlarda Hotel.
riXJDACCO AND 8EQAR WAKJUIOUB E
WnOLCSALE AND MrrAlL OlfALia IN
rOBA CCO atutSEOARS, cad MZZRSIUVM PIPES,
Corner of renntylvanta ownv oiui Sixth tt.,
' WASHINGTON, D. O.
Harlng recently enlarged my place of business, I
am now prepared to olrer to the eltlieas of Wssh.
lotion the best brands of Tobacco and Scgart, tt
wholetaleor retail, cheaper than can be bought
LA FAVOMTA BVENO,
Are excellent brands, and everr lortr or nwvl ra.
Also, Smoking Tobacco of all kinds, wholesale
Cor. Fenn. are. and Sixth st.
nor 90 1m
. Jupoe AnrocATE's Orrirc,
watnintton city, u a, Nor, 15, lixrt.
Aomlcatlont htrlnr beta ta.il.lhv.iiiH.tnra
to their friends sod families In the Soutb, notice Is
hereby given that all appllcente must make a writ
ten statement to thla office, trifled by oath, be
tween this dste and tbe tflth day of December next,
selling forth ..
First. The name, age, and residence of the apptl-
Second. Tlie date when she cam. within th mil.
Itsr) lines of the United States, for what purpose,
snd where she has since resided.
Third. Thenl.ce .he-ttealrM tn am tn .n.l tka
purpose or object thereof.
inepertonsiownom leave may be granted will
be tent with suitable escort from Wsthuurton to
the United States lines In Vlrrlnl.. with Vh n
tonal effects aa shall be allowed to past.
nu IKTtuu will vm .uawra (o itae more tban One
truuk or Dackate of female wetrlntann.Ml.wjivh.
Ing not over one hundred pounds, and subject to in
spe(.tlon and any atttmpt or rfTort to imuggle con
traband property will forfeit the aame, and tubject
the party to Imprisonment during tbe war.
. . i i;. TURNER,
nov 17 Major and Judge Adroctte.
JAY COOIXK A CO.,
No. aa Flrteenth Rtrett,
AND (TRTICiriTi .
ARMY AND NAVY DILLS, ........... ,
COIN, CURRENCY AND EXl'IIANOE,
Hlahest Price bald for
UOLU, SILVER, AND OLD DtMAND NOTFS.
fl'Ilia IN TO OIVE NOTICE, That the sub-
X scriber bat obttlned from tbe Orphtui' Court of
Washington county, In the Dittrlct of Columblt,
letters of administration on the personal estate of
Nicholas Snider, Iste of Washington count! , de
ceased All ntrtona havlnr cl.lm .r.in.t thVa.i.l
deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same,
wun mo vuutu.r. iiieiroi, 10 ine subscriber, on or
before the eighteenth day of Norember nexti tbey
m.v otherwise bvl.w be .velua.l Imi. -ii inAtit
of stid estate.
Oil en under roy hand this 18th day of Noi ember,
A I) 1801
n. a nut n.
OAK 1IAI. 1. OhOTIIIKU 11(11111,
No 4M. seventh street, below F.
The subtcrlber takes great pleasure In announc
ing to his old Friends and Customers, tbat he has
opened a new store at No 4M Seventh street, near
K, wlu: the hss a Ane, selected stock or Clothing
fj M.asnd Boys' wear, which they have Just re
ceived from the North, and otters them for sale at
the lowest Northern prloea.
., t. UHUVekCO,
sep ao-sia Clothiers, H seventh street.
bhTHKIM rBR(Tll RHH,
r u 'i at an a nm . .. ..
"o iiiiniui nnui lleiltn
a PENNSTLVANIA AVENUF,'
' PENNSTLVANIA AVFNUr,
M SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, NEW'tOHK,
39 SOUTH WILLIAM STRFET, NEW YORK.
r ' -
Importer of f
CHOICE BRANDIES AND iWINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
And wholrssleealera In
RTE AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
R.TE ArD BOtfRBON WniflKIES,
As wtU as every variety of
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, &c.,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac.,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
And the best brands of
GENUINE HAVANA OIO ARS.
We alto offer for salt a complete assortment of
FRUITS, MEATS, e,
FRUITS MEATS, Jul ,
FRUITS, MEATS, a ,
Fxpretsly put up for camp use.
BEST OOODS IN THE MARKET,
BEST OOODS IN THE MARKET,
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICFS,
LOWEST NEW ORK PRICES,
LOWFST NEW YORK PRICES.
aS PENNSTLVANIA AVENUE.
Between Ninth ad Tenth atresia.
fl K A
T E A Sill
CO F F EE8II
8 PI C E SI
A large Invoice of tbe abort articles are now
being recelred, and for tale by
D. J. BROWN,
No. S, Wiahlugton Building,
' Seventh street and Penn. arenue.
SUTLERS TAKE NOTICEI
Teas tn V pound packs.
Test tn a, 8, 10, It, , is and S0 pound boxes
Canned Tomatoes In 3 doien boxes.
Canned Peaches In 3 dor eo boxes
Pickles In 3 doien boxes
Gum Drops In X pound papers.
Gum Drops In 0 pound boxes.
Raisins In boxes and )i boxes.
Pepper In 3 ounce pspers and In t grots boxes.
English Mustard In VPOund ptpert and cans.
English Mustsrd In i and 1 grott boxet
Preserved Cherrlet In bottles.
Flgt In 91 pound drums abd a pound boxes
Lemon Syrup In bottles.
For sale by
D. J. BROWN,
No 8, Washington Building,
Seventh street and Penn. arenue,
Washington, D C.
rX THE OFFICERS OP THE ARMY.
Just arrived, by direct Importation per steamer
Fultoo, from Europe, a very One and large assort
ment of Marine, Opera, Field Glasses, and Tele
scopes, wnicn i will sell a t ery little aboie the
cost In Paris. As to the qualities, there are none
superior to be had, hat log been selected purpose!!
for this market. Alto, a large and well-assorted
suck oi upera uiasies, Microscopes gold, silver,
snd steel Spectacles and F) e Glasses, suited to the
sight by the use ot an Optometer, A considerable
number of certificates to be seen at my office, from
gentlemen who have been aulted at my establish
ment. 421 Fenntylvanla avenue, between blir-and-a-half
and Sixth tlreett.
Sly Ett.blUhmrut la up atalrs.
(llauet fitted to tult. Tho trado aupplled.
APPLICATIONS for Duplicate Laud
Application having been made under the act otasd
June, lSW). for tbe reissue of the Land Warrants
described herein, which are alleged to hale been
lost or destroyed, notice Is hereby given that, at
the date tallowing the description ol each warrant,
a new certificate of like tenor will be Issued If no
valid objection should then appear.
..v. wi m, mr ihw um, ueu unuer ine nci oi
...aiii.i, .ouu, u tu.u.ui.m n.cnri, wiuuw oi inot
Meredith, and was granted March 3, IsfiB Decem
ber , leei
No. -,-fo8, -or 130 sores. Issued under the act of
.u.rvu, low. in (.aan.iiieiii Araoiu ritrnnglon, tnu
wat grtnted September IT, isn January 4, 186-
,.. .,, ia, iw .ere , i.turu unaer ine acioi
March, 1800. In the ntmet of the minor children of
Daniel F. McCune. deceased, and w.t vr.nted (..t.
33. IBM-January 11, IS
i.u. iw,ni, ior iDu.crrB, issue, unuerine act Ol
March ISfiA. la the n.m. nf Anapl All.n. .ml wbb
ranted March 13, 183 January 10, Idea
No. 100,360, for 10 acret, Issued under the act of
lu.rcii, laoa. in file n.oie oi Ktcnri, widow OI ueo
Iftrner. aud waa granted Jsnutrvfl. ISffil rrbru.rv
8, 1063 '
Jlllr 111 11 UAHKriT,
AT Kit NO TICK.
Id canieMiii?nfi nf (ht- l-iwiiexm nf tint ulln
th GcnrrM Renrvolr it will te ntcr..ar . ualeia
greAttrooaomy of water i practice J. for ine Go.
rrotneot aoon to shut oitthe lupnly to cltliana en
tirely. Airpraoua are, therefore forbid Jeu to uiethe
hytirtvutaoa fenua h sola a enue, or on any atreeta
or aveouea under the tre and auper.latonor the
Commlaiioaer of Public Bulldlngt, for waterlog t tie
.treetapr pa.eiueDt., or for nj prhatenurpoae
iv hail a a at
And all oerioni ualnir th -ttti- ? iir-rnti n-
llcited to be aa economical lu lta uae aa poiaible.
a U KHFNLH,
aep 30 Com ml i loner of Public Uulldlnga
2UO.OUO Domeatld Segara, conaUtlng of Setid and
Bed and Ha ana oft be beat (.unlit) , put up In
moat deatrable at) lea. for aale at uuuaualh low
UO ! U3i ilMI, UKUTtlr ks.
100.000 Imported Hat ana Seg ara, uiuprUinf the
cuolceat branda In the market, imt roelvdauid
for aale at
no .'-. OSTHEIM BROTHERS.
pnopORAUi FOROATI AMD CORX.
i DtPOT QVAllTCHMAtTCll'l OmCC.
t corner 18th mad Oatreeta.
office until TH UHSDAY. the th day of December, at
1300,11001 twohundredthnutandbnahelsof OtTB and
(00,000) two hundred thousand bushels of eld shell-tdCoa-r.
The l).ts to be of a rood mereliaatable ouallty,
trut up In bgs of about two bushels esch
ojjjj" ' JJ furnlshedwllhout eatracharge to the
The Own to be of a rood merchantable quality,
PfiuPlnbstsorabouftwo bushels each. "
Corn will be recetvrd by weight at (Ml Brtrla
pounds to th bushel. . " t) nnytK
Sacks to be furnished without eatra charge to the
Djllrerr jo be mtde In the city of Washlnrtoa,
. , .n....j-u,v uajuiuut in.u.ie oi ine
"foposals will be recelred for (50,0001 tiny thou
sand buBhels of Oata and upwards, and for (SnoflO)
fj inout.na Dutoeit oi corn and upwards
The rrrooosltlons for then.ia ..drv.M .. t
3?""'w""re,JiUtlnct from and
The full name and poat office addreaaof the bidder
muat appear la the propoaai.
If a bid la mud 111 tha nam -if -a flam ka t-...
fall th pari lea muat appear, or the bid will be
im i " ,hlndiTWll propoial of the partner
FrODOIitll rrnm lilnlirail tiatn. ill -, l. ....
- - -. . - v b-ii i aver nui uv bJib vuii'
sldered, andas oath or aluoiascl m vrr accom-
rnnm n t, r.urullTIQH
Proposals must be addressed to Colonel D. II.
Rucker, qutrtrrmatler U. S.Army, Washington,
D. c , and should be plslnly marked ''Propoi.r. fof
Oata and Ctarn.
l ,... . ODARANTFl1.
ThttmlltvArth.lil.li1AMii.kA.A-. . ., a
U-- Y.. --". vu. IU.HIUIIWINUIUUI
be awarded to him, must be guarantied by two res
ponsible pertont, whose signatures must'oe appen
ded to the ruarantte
mo retppnunuilr or the rutrtntort mutt be
thownbrthen&kel.i Mriis..i.nf ,. .1..1. . .h.
""est District Court, or or the United ststee Dlt-
IHddere muat be nrevent liiMravin-hMih.r.M.
are ooened.or tharlrripni-wMiki-B ta-m nn-k-a u..i.l
Bonda equal In amount to half the ium to be re
iSih . m iheooi,t"ct jfw y h contractor and
eeaaftil bidder upon ilgnlnx the contract.
Aa the bond muat aeoompaar the contract. It will
beneceaaarr forthe bLUrat h.- tKaii.'K-,.).
men with Uiem.or to hare bonda Blgoed In anticipa
tion and ready to be produced when the contract U
Ulanlta for bonda can be procured upon applica
tion belnr made at thla office, eltherperaonally. by
letter, orb) telegraph. " '
I on of OiMrwaaW.
We, , of the county of -, and State of
.anil . nf Iheeminti na ..4 ...
J' 1 do hereby guarantee that It able to
fulfil a contract In accordance with the terms of his
propo-ltlon, and that, should fait proposition be
mtntM I-a wt-lll at) And. a-r '.. -. .
-Ivi .v "' ruirr iuio a coniracv in
Should the contrnAt ha hi a.i hi-,. . .-.. w..
.i. ------.-w-, p.mv as Base "rT"TJ aB-s ViVm
pared to become hla lecurltlea
(J.l.,hi, K"rte Diuit be appended the official
cert ideate ahore mentioned)
... nsrrj-riunt uewvfrv, lie.
All Oata and Corn enntt-sutavt tn i -.-. tt-i. -.a.
Tfrtlaement will be rigldlr Intpected, and auch aa
do not prore of a gootTaound merchantable quality
Payment to be made unoie th nmniMnn th-
contract, or ao aoon thereafter aa the Depot Quar
termaater ahall be In funda.
.A?:Tfn,!?rinlltralnlne ld, or non-conformance
with the tennaofthla adrertlaement, will eoaure
the rejection of the propoaal.
Deliver tn h-B-nai-U than n.n-. n.
one of the Ooverament Wharves In the city of
The Depot Quartermatter reserres to himself the
right to reject any or all bids that he may deem too
,., , . .,D- -- ""CHER,
nov 31-llDl" " '"' "r,"m-,"
rillAND ADVANCE OP THE ARMV,
-" and dothltra arecrylng up the gzest advance
of clothing, but we are telling at a small advance
on old prices. We ha-ee large stock on htnd,and
are selling them off to make more room, for we
htrea ery large stock of Clothing at our manufac
tory, and are now running off our slock st less
than wholesale prices to make room. W e have al
ways been fighting against high prices, and shall
continue to do so. Mr. SMITH Is In the market all
the time, Bad Is enabled to furnish our store with
a superior stock, and we cannot be undersold by
anyone We hare the means to sell chesp, and
are determined to do It at
SMITH (-. BF.ALL'S,
No 301 Seventh street,
no 31-dtJ-nl Near K street
KVK AND EAIt.
NOIBK8 IN THE HEAD.
Affections of the THROAT.
DISFASES OF THE AIR PASSAGES.
These maladies aro exclusively and successfully
DR. VON MOSCHZISKER,
Ocvlist aho Auairr,
Kn Penn. avenue, opp. W marts'
t! Numerous TeBtlmonlnl. ..n h. .vBn,in..i .
bis nfflce. from cftlrens ot Washington.
C-AII nirglcal operations to restore SIGHT
iiu ncAninuiieriornteii nor 10 Im
TO THF PUBLIC
(Formerl) of New ork,
Hss the Name and Fame or being one or
TllK J1KST RSttTAUItAXTS IX TO 1IX
Er"Glte us a trial, and Judge for yourc!'.-C
Ft er) thing In the House is of the
BKST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
Don't forget the number,
)I47 Pennsylvania arenue,
betweeu Twelfth nnd Thirteenth ttreels,
mr 10 South side.
ARTIFICIAL CLFOPLASTIC BONK TFFTII,
wit nou t uietai plate or claapa, b)
DR. 8. II. H I O F. H M O M n
U1U Umadway, New York( and SAO Penn. m enue,
in-1 wren iwciun ana imrteentti ata ,
WA8UIN0TON, p. C,
Calla the attention of the publio to the follow! ug
advantagea of hla lDiproed ajatemi
lat. The teeth of hla mAnufACtura- will fiivr ms
rotle nor change color by any aclda, and are three-
niurijia iiKuirr man -uy oiner.
3 1 No teeth lior roota need be extracted, m th
artlflclal onea can be Inaerted over them
aa 'ine roota will be ma-ieiuonenaUeand ueer
4th. No teniiiorarv tet h are u- JeJ. a nprin-tnont
onea can be made tin mediately, thereb) preaervlng
iiir uB.ureii rjLiirriBiuii ui mo ivr, wiiien, nailer
the old e atem. Ia freauentlv dlatltrured
6th. Thla work haa been fully teated, for over Are
eari. bi manvof the ilrat chemlata and nhvttet.n-i
of thla and the old count rj
Dr H haa alao tmented a white indea true tibia
metal Hlllnff, with whlth the moat aenaltlte teeth
can be tilled without pain, and can build up a per
fect aoun 1 tooth on auy aide roota, which will laat
through a lifetime
He refera to the following gentlemen i Dr. Mott,
hi t-vn'"t siuiwtui ui .urmiairyi nvu As
Mann, Jun Oapt. Lrabtree. ice preaident of the
Fmlgratlon Company or New York, Hon. Judge
Wayne, of the Hupreine Court, of Waahtngton, b
V t and ttiouaanda of othera.
can aua examine for j oiirael. ea no a ...
f 1AMI NTOVKSI
We aru now manu fact u rind CAMP. COOk and
HEATING 8TO ks. which we will aril b. the
dozen or hundred aa cheap aa they can be bought In
Baltimore. 1. 11 kill UKLGOhV,
nor is 331 renn. arenue, near im atreet.
One square, three days ...... 11.00
One square, four dera '-..... 1.SL1
On aqaare, fire daya ..... 1,50
One tqture, lt daj' -. 1 '1.75
iTery other day adrmltementa, aftjr per
cent. additional. r V
Once a week adrertUernenU charged a new
for each insertion. "
JCIfCht lines or lea eontltni a "square. '
'Adrertlaement should be banded In br nine
o'clock: p. m.
piiiiri ah'bvoi wim.
rnnc.AMo roon vttasoLD.
OF CnOtCE 'OPOBTO QKA.FE,
FOR PHrsiCJANS- VSK,
For Frmalet, Mtakly 'Pertont, and InetlkU,
Every family, at thla teaeoa, ahould use tht
Celebrated la furope for lta medicinal and benefi
cial qualltiea aa a reatle tUmulant. Tonic, Diuretic,
and Sudorific- highly eateemed by eminent phyal
clana.uaedln Furopean and American Hoapltala.
and by aome of the firat famUIee la Europe and
AS A TONIC,
It haa ao equal, eauaing an appetite aad bulldlnjr
up the ayatem, being entirely a pure wlae of a moat
AS A DIURETIC,
It imparti a healthy action of the Glanda and Kl J
neya, and Urinary Organ a,r ery benedcial In Dropay
Gout, and Rheum at lo affection a.
la not a mixture or manufactured ir-tiilA. but i
pure, from the juice of the Portugal Sambucua
grape, cultivated la New -leraey, recommended by
Chemlata and Fhjalclana aa poaacaalogmedleal pro
pertiea auperlor to any other Wlnea la uae, and an
excellent article for au weak and debilitated per
aona and the aged and Infirm. Iranroflng the appe
tite and benefiting' ladlea aad children.
A LADIFV WINK,
Seeauae It will not Intoxicate aa oth-pr wlna. it
containa no mixture ofapliita or other liquore. and
ia wuiiirtii iut in ncn, prcuiiar naror, ana nuTmiTa
riropertlei, lmpartlog a healthy tone to the dlgeat
re org", and a blooming, aoft, and healthy akin
WE RETTR TO
Afew weleUknown rentlmtn and nhvaleln-i whn
Gen Wlnfirl I ltcott,U RA. I
Dr.Wllion.Uthat ,N Y.
Dr. Ward, Newark, N J.
Dr Dougherty, Newark
Dr. MartTNew ork.
utiii tutirnBin, r-i ii nun. 1
ura K.ini. jn, n.i tiiy. i
n-. D..Vat kl V a-l " I
ark, N. J.
vr. resiai, routaa.
CT-None genuine without the itgnature ofMAXy
FRJ.D 8PELR, Faeaalc, N. J., la orer the cork
CT-MAKE ONE TRIAL OP THIS WINF.
tor aale by Uruggtata and all flrat-claaa Dealera.
A. 8PEER, Proprietor.
ViHCVAan Paeaalo, New Jeraey.
Orricc 209 Broadway, New York
JOHN LA tOY.rarie,
nov ly Agent for France and Germany,
CITIZENS OF WASHINGTON,
OmcERS OF THE ARMX AND KA Vf,
Tbe old and eatabllahed Emmrium at Clathlnar.
that haa, for ao many yeara, aupplled the dtliena
of Waahtngton and Wclnlty with all that la ea-
MHiiMiuriuicirnnw anu oomion oi ino outet
man, la now aupplled with the moat complete and
faabloaabte atock that we hare ei er had the plea,
ure to offer.
COATS, PANTS, and VESTS of the moat denia
ble atylea that could be fouud in the market.
HOSIFRY. GLOVES. k.a . cannot be ui-n.-sau-d suul
will be boW at prlcea that do not allow of compe
tition. LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVERCOATS.
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVFRCOATS
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVERCOATS
LARGF STOCK MILITARY DRFSS COATS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRFSS COATS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRFSS COATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS
LARGE STOCK M1LITARI PANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY ESTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY FSTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY FSTS
INDIA RUBBFR GOODS OF ALL DESCRIP.
VALISES, CARPET-BAGS, fcc
Our atock of BOYS aad YOUTHS-CLOTHING
la the larareat and moat faahlonable tht fa-ia nur
been offered In thla city, and at the loweat prlcea
uarr vu fJva-a-tuij aw uvuiucu (U lull Clir.
tj- Call and aee ua at ODEON HALL, corner H
atreet and Pennaylvanla arenue, the Great Cloth
ing Mart of Waahtngton city.
nor 1 every Tuei, Thura, fc Sat
TUBT TRY OUR NEW STOCK OF
Clothing from the People'a Ctothlugatore, No
460 Seventh atreet, near F. They out-wear any
thing you can buy and they are Bold ao cheap at
J. II SMITH'S,
No. 460 Seventh atreet; near F.
I would adrlae all to come and buy thtir Clothing
at SMITH'S, No 460 set eath atreet
It lou are wlae sou will come to SMITH'S, No.
460 Seventh atreet, near F. opposite City Poat Of
fice, to buy your Clothing, Furnlahlng Good,
Trunka, Hata, and Cape.
The PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORE, No. 460
Seventh atreet, ia the beat place in town to bin
your Clothing, Furnlahlng Gooda, Trunka, Hata,
and Capa. J H. SMITH CO. Clothiers, 460
Seventh atreet. '
Call aoon aad aee our new atock of Fall and Win
ter Clothing, which we are aelllng at very low prl
cea, at the PFOPLL'R CLOTHINU STORK, No 460
Seventh atreet, near F.
Creatattractloneat No 4C0Se.enthatreet. New
atock of Clothing Juat arrived, and aelllng at our
uaual low prlcea J. H.SMITH fc Co , Uothlera,
No 460 Seventh atreet, and corner Twentieth atreet
and Penn. arenue.
Great bargalna In Clothing, Furnl thing Gooda,
Hata, Cane, Doota, anu Shoes, on the corner ol
Twentieth atreet and Penn. avenue.
SMITH a. CO , ClothUra, Firat ward, cor. Twen
tieth atreet and Pennaylvanla at enue, la the cheap
eat place tntown to buy jour Fall and Winter
Call at the First Ward Clothing store and get
your Fall and Winter Clothing, Hata, Capa, Boots,
SMITH h. CO , Clothiers,
Cor. Twentieth atreet and Penn. ar
FIRST WARD CLOTHING HOUSE, corner of
Twentieth afreet and Pennaylvanla avenue,
You can buy) our Clothing, Hata, Capa, Boots
and Khoea cheap, corner of Twentieth atreet and
sep 25 3m
riMIOMAH K. I.I.OVU,
ATTORNEY F0H CLAleVANTS,
AND AGENT FOR FltOCt'KINQ
Bount) Lands, Penaloua, Arrears
of Pa, Intra Pa), .c ,
WASHINGTON, D. L,
Will give prompt and efficient attention to the
froacutlon of claims of every description agalnat
he Goernment,and make no charge unleaa auo
Both references aud f.hargea for ser.icea will be
S3- Pensions set-iired for soldiers wounded or dis
eased during the existing war) alao, for the wldowa
and orphana of aoldlera who have died from wounda
or disease incurred while In the United Statea aer
vlcet alao. Bounty Money for the helra-ln-law ol
aoldlera deoeateti during the existing war.
Feea divided with attorneya or other per aona for
The highest prlcea paid for Land Warrants
THOMAS F. LLOYD,
.Attorney for Claimants,
No. 470 Seventh street,
ashlagtoB, D. C.
N B. kdltori of n.Dra nublUhlur the above Card
will be entitled to my acrrlcea to the amount ot
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