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TVEDNESDA.T MOV. , 18(13.
The Indications art lh,t " Intend
to resist tha passage of Ilia Rappahaabock at
Frtdtrlckibnrg bj oar army, without regard 10
the destruction of that ancltnt city, which
anch resistance raaj InTolre. The topography
I j ald to ba farorabl. to disputing tba passage
or tba rlrer at that particular point, and onr
forces maj ba obliged either to pais at aome
other point, or to wait for tba erection of new
works to force a passage at Fredericksburg
Two causes of delay are, howerer, no worse
thsn one, where either of them would be tie
clsWe, and If our army could not more upon
Richmond until the railroad from Aqula Creek
to Fredericksburg is completed, It Is of no ton
sequence, unM thst work Is done, that tba
crossing of the Rappahannock Is obstructed.
Our army at Falmouth, opposite Fredericks
burg, Is now supplied by 'teams from Aqula
Creek, and from Bella Plain, the last distance
being only seven miles. But even, ao abort a
haul as that becomes formidable, orer a road
cut upan endless train if hearllr loaded army
It rs confirmed that Stonewall Jackson has
left the Valley, and that the enemy Is concen
trating all his forces to resist the menu of
Gen. Burnstda upon Richmond.
The public hero manifest no ImpatlencQ
upon the snbject. Confidence In the strength
and bravery of the Army of the Potomac Is
unlrersal.andsoalso Is the belief that It will
ba pushed forward with all the speed which Is
consistent with prndence. In the meantime,
the movements and preparations for more
ments upon the Southwest, where the most effi
cient blows csn be struck, are going on with
vigor. The Navy Department, too, is believed
to be about to add to the already large list of
victories In this war by the capture or more
Southern cities. There have been amazing de
lays In the completion of some of the Iron
clads, but not more, perhaps, than was to be ex
pected, In such large contracts, and where
the vessels wsnted were of a class, In respect
to which our ship builders had very little expe
rience. And, after all, the navy will probably
be ready quite as soon as It can have the neces
sary co-operation of the lsnd forces.
The arrival from Europe, announced yester
day, brought Intelligence of a formal proposi
tion, from Napoleon to the English Govern
ment, to unite In an offsrof medlstlon between
the contending parties In our civil war, and of
the rejection of this proposition by the English
ministers. It Is not to be supposed that Napo
leon made such a proposition In form without
first Informally ascertaining how it would be
received In London, and the questlcfo then Is,
from what motive he made a proposition for a
Joint proffer of mediation which heknewwould
be rejected, it tnay have been done as a pre
llmlnsry to such a proffer on the part of France
alone, or to satisfy some parties at home with
a show of doing something, or to conciliate the
favor of the South, If Its independence should
at last be nchleed by Its own efforts. We
shsll find out what It reilly means, as events
tcveiope themselves, and not lefore. In the
meantime, )t lstonsollng to know tliat (be
iwenty-nve muttons, still loyal to the American
Union, are able to resist all Interference on this
continent from across the Atlantic.
Cotton Is being pnrchased in Tennessee and
Mississippi, lu the rear of our ariuv. at from
forty-eight to fifty cents per pound. At this
price, the cotton on hand at the South, est!.
rmted (Including the current crop) at four
millions of bales, will realise to the producers
one thousand millions of dollars. If iho price
even falls one half, by the throwing of large
quantities upon the market, and a greater fall
than that for a year to come Is hardly to be
anticipated, the South will receive for cotton
five hundred millions of dollars, wherewithal
to repair the financial ravages of the war.
A letter, published In the New York But,
from St. John's river, (Fla.,) Nov. 10,sa)s
that Florida troops are being ordered off for
service elsewhere, while Mississippi troops are
being marched Into Florida. This Is an imita
tion of the old Austrian tactics of garrisoning
Hungary with Italian soldiers,' and Italy with
Hungarian soldiers. The rebel chiefs are un
questionably acting upon this policy to a large
extent. Virginia has always swarmed with
soldiers from the Gulf, and ei en from fjr dis
tant Texas. Beauregard has a large arm) In
tout). Carolina, but there are to-day bouth
Carolina regiments In Virginia, and at least
two.underGeneralBragg, In Tennessee. It Is
a great element of military despotism, to bate
armies disconnected from any ttesorsjmpj
Ihles with the populations among which they
are located. The rebel leaders are accomplish
ing that to the extent of their ability.
ST The New York Tuna, of Monday, has
the following mischievous paragraph i
" Burnslde is on the eve of a struggle ithln
the small space between our capital and the
rebel capital, which will almost certalnl) de
cide the fate of ono or the other of these capi
tals, and may cveu decide the fate of this re
bellion or of our beloved Union."
The fate of this rebellion, or of the Union, Is
not to be decided by any single battle, to be
fought anywhere, and least of all In Virginia.
We have had an Indecisive war In that State
(or twenty months. Jeff. Davis says he cju
continue It for twenty years. There never was
but one woy to put down the rebellion, and
that Is, to put down slaver), and that Is to be
done In the cotton Ststes. No conceivable re
sult of any campaign In the border States will
end this war.
i:xurm;.o Blkoeoss Appointed. The fol
lowing examining surgeons have been appoint
ed by Commissioner Bcrrett t
Dr. Joslah S. Hendricks, Madison, Ind.
Dr. E. 6. Gale, Vevoy, Ind.
Dr. Wm. T. S. Cornetts, Versailles, Ind.
Dr. Jas. F. Dodds, Bloomlnglon, Ind.
Dr. Wm. A. Pugh, Rushvllle, Ind
Dr. II. T. Bntler, Noblesvllle, Ind.
Dr. M. M. Sutta, Goshen, Ind.
Dr. John W. Boody, Greensburg, Ind
Dr. John W. Crosks, Rockport, Ind.
Dr. Jas. Bunce, Galesburg, III.
Dr. Alex. Ilewetson, St. Clalrrllle, O.
Dr. Chas. Beardsley, Oskaloosa, low a.
JaP The Com ml e si oner of the Internal -Revenue
hs decided that an Incorporated bank
does not require a broker's license, simply be
came It ef III to Us customers Its checks Tor a
orpins of its funds accumulated In a pot her
bank Jn the same or In another place.
s7Shllllngtou, who always has I lie newest
things, has sent us Harper and the Atlantic
Monthly for December. They are both capital
numbers of those well established periodicals.
prjtsowiL. Central Prentiss Is In Washing
ton at WlUardV.
StosKWAtt JaVCKsoir. In noticing tholele
gram published by us yesterday morning, which
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rcjyun ilOB ay mTiBfj uue mum, . iu ihsu
tnond, theSAsrosstenlAg saysjtt always
contended tlutf, hit Would do this. jWU)that
editor phrf-M4,ttifl paper- the paragraph lay
which he announced this important fact I In
Its Issue of Saturday evening, and then again on
Mqndaxyealng,hfl Stir Insisted, that Jackson
was coming down upon Waihlngton.tn tedding to
take Arlington, nd turn Its guns upon the city.
Is not this a conrenlent after-thought of our
GEOROS t'tUlciS TRA.tf ON'TEMrtRAkCY.
Sir. Train has sent us the New York Sun, con
taining some remarks of h. upon temperance
and abolition. AVe bid Mr.. Train Qod-epecd
In his efforts to promote the temperance cause.
but his diatribes on abolition are neither wise
nor just. Mr. Train may possibly live long
enough, to find out that universal liberty Is the
birth right of mankind, of every race, clime,
and condition of humanity. We can't go for
the liberty of the Irishman and the enslavement
Of the negro, ha for the freedom of both alike.
J err. lUviVs Dispatch. The New York
Herald, of the 2Mb, says that JclT. Da tin aent
the following dispatch to old Stonewall i "Ifyou
do not leave the valley at once and come help
us defend Richmond. It wilt not be worth your
while to come tolls defence at all.' Jackson
has probably obeyed, as he Is known to have
gone to Richmond. There la now not probably
many rebel troops In the valley) still we may
expect yet further raids from their cavalry
Trial or GxaFiTZ Jonx Poktxb. The
court of Inquiry Into the charges against this
officer convened yesterday mornlng,r but Imme
diately adjourned until to-day, Mr. Holt sta
ting that the Government was not then prepar
ed to proceed. Gen. Prentiss made his appear
ance for the first time. This court, and also
that for the Investigation of the charges against
Geu. McDowell, meets at 427 Fourteenth street,
near Pennsylvania avenue.
As Important Movement. We shall soon
know the results of anlmportant movement on
the Mississippi under the command of Commo
dore Porter and General McClernand. All rebel-
dom In the Southwest will soon be made to
howl. With such generals as Grant, Rosecrans
and McClernand, and such naval commanders
as Porter and Farragnt, the rebels will soon find
GE5. Banks. Gen. Banks, It la said, Is very
popular with the Massachusetts regiments. The
General Is a live man, and will be, as be deserves
to be, popular with all soldiers. He Is familiar
with every phase of human life, and has an in
rtlncth e knowledge of men; or rather, perhaps.
we should say, he has studied men as well as
Rebel Raid. The telegraph announces a
rvbel raid Into Poolesvltle, Md., yesterday, a.m.
It consisted of about CO cavalry. Messrs. Cheesy
andSargeanl, Government operators at that
place, were captured and paroled. They were
permlttedtotelegraph this Intelligence to Wash
ington. It Is supposed that these parties cross
ed at White's Ford. Rather a bold move.
Fens. We would call especial attention to
the advertisement of Marshall & Page, It will
be seen that they offer rare bargains to all who
dcftlre to purchase articles In their line. Those
w ho vv HI make them a visit will be sure to find
aomethlug which they may need, and to get It
Tuk Cabinet Makers. The cabinet makers
of Philadelphia have had a meeting In that city
and resolved to make a demand upon their em
ployers for higher wages. The Increased price
of living calls for this movement on their part.
They will probably succeed.
l.ELioiot s Tents. The War Department
does not grant the request of the chaplains, to
furnish tents for religious services, on the
ground that these tents would be an unneces
sary Incumbrance to the movements of the
Bank Kobrert. The Freeman's Bank, Brls-
tol, R. I., has been robbed of $15,000 In bills of
various banks, and a large amount of bonds,
notes und other valuable papers, and also some
It Is re ported that four millions worth ofarmy
supplies were returned over the Orange and
Alexandria railroad to Alexandria from War
ronton In a single day, Two hundred and
twenty-tire cars were loaded with these stores.
Tiir Ma. ok op Fredericksburg. Major
Slauglter Is the mau who was released from
the Old Capitol prison some six weeks ago.
We trust he may Itnd himself In durance agalu
at no distant day.
Fraiduleit Exemptions. Assistant Sur
geon Thomas C. Pollocjc has been arrested by
order of Gen. Thomas, charged with Issuing
false exemption papers.
Balloons. Prof. Lowe has gone to Fal
mouth, by order of General Burnslde, for the
purpose of making observations In that vlclnlt)
of rebel movements.
FiiLihE or the Mail. No mail was re
ceived beyond Baltimore last night by the regu
lar mall train, but was brought by the eight
o'clock accommodation train.
Ejplluion. Rev. Charles A. Davis has been
expelled from the Virginia M. E. Conference
on account of accepting a chaplaincy In the
United States army.
Z3T J. Whltelaw Reed, Esq., of the Clnclu
nart Gazette t (widely known as "Agate," ar
rived tu the city yesterday and Is stopping at
C3T We hear It btated that the Legislature of
U est Virginia w 111 probably be com ened on or
about the Arst Thursday In December.
Election. The Democrats carried Norwalk,
Connecticut, at the charter election, on Mon
day, by quite a majority.
IlAKTroRD. Hartford, Conn., goes Demo
cratic by 224 majority at the charter election
A Presentation. General Sigel's staff have
presented him with a beautiful black horse as
a token of their respect for hi in.
Lifut. Halllck. Lieut. Halleck, of Stuart's
rebel cavalry, Is said to be u nephew of our
'IueLocht op iNquiHYluthe case of Gen.
McDowell will commence Us Investigations
to-day, la open session, at 11 o'clock.
AsuORE.-The steamer Geo. Peabody s ashore
at Hatteras lu a dangerous position.
Friendly Fccliug of ti, Chlppewas.
Hon. Mr. Usher, Assistant Secretary of the
Interior Department, writing from St. Paul,
Minn., where lie has been sometime on official
business, ttates that a recent Interview with the
chief of the Chlppewas of the Superior has
relieved him from any apprehension of trouble
with that tribe. The chief assured him that all
reports of discontent amoug them were ground
leas that they were provided with every com
fort, contented and happy.
NEW YORK COniiKBPOIfDElVrR.
LMondat Evxhiho, Nov. 'J lib, 18$aV
An OntOM Movement ErtxcteitVen. .V&JUt
lrrf,JwWflSi JlU JroHtyn firrtf
Messrs. Editors! ThcreM a dearth of news
even In this metropolis, and-4.1 are watting In
anxious aeipeytttIon, for. General f..Burnilde fo
move upon Fredericksburg, and then upon
Richmond. The cry of "On itoTOc;hrnOQr ft
revived, ana many nere wno join tnis cry seem
to think that this lttheon1y -way the rebellion
Is to hi crmthed, - - J , 1 1
General McClellan'a presence In our cttv Is
making s6me atlr In certain 'quartets but not
near so bl& a boo as some of our newspapers
Intimate.1 Ills lady 'received from sdnie un
known source a beautiful bouquet. This Is con
sidered as worthy or neinr chronicled, and
hence I ghe It, not to be behind.
You will notice that, at a banquet, In Syra
cuse, some noodl nominated Horatio Seymour
for President, This Is right, bring him out i
but how will this suit little Mac's worshippers 1
There will be a good many Democratic nomi
nees for the Presidency before the eventful hour
comes, and then, perhaps, there will he a Dem
ocrats party,' and then, perhaps, there wont I
The following toast given at the above named
banquet Is a rich gem i
"General Burnslde, the successor to the com
mand of the Army of tho Potomac, to carry out
the plans of General McClellan.' That will
There Is great activity at the Brooklyn navy
yard, and every branch of business Is being
pushed forward there with the utmost celerity.
The Nlnh ward abortion case Is attracting
some considerable attention. I don't know
why It should in this great city, when such
crimes are of every day occurrence I
The Kxprtu of this evening opposes the
arrests of persons who are known to discourage
enlistments. It probably feels its own neckiu
the noose. It says everybody Is loyal In New
York but the abolitionists. The F.xmtu no
tions of loyalty are pecuBar I
Th Jnimsiil Ar frmtmtvs till A latvifMii (IsW
fence of Gen. McClellan'a campaigns. There
Is In It aome truth, bnt a good deal of romance.
The truth bears about this proportion, vlzt
" Two grains of wheat In three bushels of chaff."
It Is rumored that Hon. James Brooks and
the editor of the "rowdy journal,'' and Jeffer
son Birch are soon to be In your city, to try
their hand upon Influencing Congress and the
President to make overtures for peace with the
rebels. "Brother Ben and me" will also make
a part of this press-gang.
Theatricals are In a thriving condition here,
and nowlthstandtng the Increased price of
living, people somehow find money to spend on
amusements. So we cor neither war. pesti
lence, nor famine can check this great people
in its pursuit or pleasure i ruAnos.
Grover's. The reign of MHs Lucille West
era at this theatre" continues with unabated, or,
rather, with constantly-Increasing attractions.
The programme on Monday evening was one
of the very best of this engagement. In the
part of the Stranger, .n "The Mysterious
Stranger In Paris," as well as in that of Katba-
rinejinKatharlne and Pttrnchio,"the conclud
ing Dlece. she fullv equaled her very best previ
ous efforts. Her uniform and decided success
in each and all the extended circle of characters
In which she has appeared In this protracted
engagement Is ery remarkable, and her suc
cess Is fast rlpenlnjr Into an ovation.
Mr. L. P. Barrett has, In his recent advent
here, added new and elegant attractions to this
great company. His Pctruchlo was In every
respect a moat admirable delineation, and his
brother, Mr. J. L. Barrett, bore away decided
honors In the character of Count Vanllle lu
"The Mysterious Stranger." Mr. Bokee, as
Captain Gasconade and Baptlsta, was unusual
ly good In both pieces, In which he was
noticeable for much less than usual of his
tendency to stiff and unnatural action.
Ills part In Jack Sheppard is his most faulty
performance, except his participation In the
scene at the table, In that piece, In which his
excellent rtadingg has more than once attracted
attention. Miss Isabella Freeman, aa Mile.
Nautelle, was charming, as she Is lu all her
performances. Miss Ryan, Miss Glmber, and
Mrs. Germon, and, Indeed the entire corps of
stock performers, did themselves credit.
Setchell, In both pieces, as Crequet, and as
Grumlo, was in his finest humor, and so kept
the crowded house through the entire perform
ance. In the concluding piece, the applauses
nuauauiAW. itio uvuic tu icij vvue, nut
testified the appreciation of this splendid per
formance, and, as somebody has long ago eald
on another occasion, many a hearty laugh the
delighted audience shared, as they reflected
mat, in the words or oirdonn Harrington
" The 'Taming of the Shrew,' hath made a
number of us so perfect that now every one
can rule a shrew in our country mm A that
The Falmouth correspondent of the New
York Tribunt speaks thus of General Burnslde
How unlike the course of McClellan t
" All Is changed now. General Burnslde
leads the van. His headquarters are amoug
the moot advanced, (at present they are not a
half mile from where I write.) He sends his
men nowhere that he daro not himself go with
them. Not that I suppose he will needlessly
expose himself. He is too good an officer for
that. But he Is ever with the advance, lie
watered his horse In the Rappahannock on the
19th the llrst man to reach the liver.. Had the
enemy's pickets not a stone's throw from him
on the further shore known who the large man
In the slouched hat was, they might hae tried
a shot at him. Of course he knew this; but,
doubtless, he relied on the probable fact that
they have become bo accustomed to a Union
commanding general who kept beyond long
range cannon shot, they never Imagined, for a
moment, that the leader of our armies would
put himself within reach of a smooth-bore
musket. He was safe enough, no doubt."
The same writer (peaks thus of the contra
" Yesterday, quite a number of ' contrabands'
came into tamp with their bundles ou their
shoulders, having left their masters and mis
tresses further Inland. It Is singular how
auicklv these blacks learn where tho army Is.
If they love slavery so well as the pro-slavery
doughfaces of the North would have us belle e,
why do they fly from It whenever, In any part
or tne country, me opportunity occurs r
Tub Neoro Market. The following muBt
hare been an entertaining sight t
The negro market has shown considerable
acthity the present week, and prices have
ranged well. At the salerooms of Messrs.
Puillain &. Co., yesterday, a family of eight,
consisting of the mother and seven children,
boys and girls, oue In the mother's arms, sold
for five thousand one hundred dollars, and a
second family, of the same lot, consisting of a
mother and lour children, bois and girls,
brought two thousand eight hundred and eighty
At the auction rooms of Hector Datis, Esq.,
there was a large sale of single likely negro
men and women, some of the latter with chil
dren. The following Is the range of prices t
Likely boy, 15 ears old, $l,4b0 j common wo
man and girl, 1,015 ; likely girl, 1(1 J ears old,
il.?X)i woman, girl aud boy. fl.ttfOt negro
woman, $780; woman and boj, 11,200; likely
girl, mulatto, $1,330 HUly mulatto bo), 10
years old, 9 1,300 1 woman und two thlldren,
like), $1,1)00 1 likely farm hund (man) 1,010;
woman, cook, washer, and ironer, $H00. The
attendance of buyers was quite large, Itkh
tnond Fiiitniner, aw, 22.
t7 Senators Rice, of Minnesota, Trumbull,
of Illinois, and ex-Governor Wright, of In
diana, haie arrived in Washington.
Pobtaoe Currency. One hundred thousand
dollars worth of this currency Is now furnished
See a woman lu another column picking
Sambucl Grapes, for Speer's Wluu. it U an
admirable article, used In hospital-, and by the
I first families In Paris, London and New York,
In preference to o.d Port Wine, It Is worth a
trial, as It gives great satisfaction. tf
WIOM TIIIC I
KADaUAIlTKH OF TUK
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tYgytj Lp0jT&1gLCy fe
XlfepecUl Dn.tUa rU;4d JL t i.El
By a private dispatch, received last evening
direct from Falmouth, we learn that nothing of
lnfportahce transpired tn thai locality either on
J Monday or Tuesday. tOur array. Is. In prepara
ltion for aome Important root em em f but It Is
cur for several days,.
LATEST KIIUM THIS UtMKUIATK
IS TttUQth Ci. fHO V IU H PI IPS I EHR K.
OliV. KLLLrS SCOVTS CAPTVRf A REBEL
CAVALRY PICKETOF TU kU E .,
Jackaon'e Vr Gon to Illehmonil via
OVH FORCES TO OCCUPY WINCHES
iTKR IX A FKW DAYS.
THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD TO BE
PUT IV RISKING ORDER.
Baltimore, Nov. 25. A special dispatch to
the American, from Harper's Ferr), states that
General Kelly, yesterday, sent out n scout from
New creek, who captured a rebel cavalry
picket of twelve men, with horses and accou
trements,, within four miles of Winchester.
Prisoners say that Jackson has started with
his entire force for Richmond, by way of Front
Rojal, leaving only a regiment of cavalry at
Winchester, Instructed to follow In a few days.
The probability la that onr forcea will occupy
Winchester In a few1 nays, when Ihe work of
reconstructing the Baltimore and Ohio railroad
will commence, to bo completed In twenty
days. , ,
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I.ATKST FUOM NKW OHLKANI.
Oor. XHEPLEY8 -rXOCLAMATldX,
THE RELEASE OF U. S. SOLDIERS
SUMMARY TREATMENT OF A BAKK BY
A CAVALRY RECOXXOISSAXCE.
THE HERO AT.HAVAXA FOR COAL.
New York, Nov. Iii. The steamship Roan
oke, with New Orleans dates to the 15th Inst.,
has arrlTedat this port. Among her passen
gers arc Gen. Arnold and his staff, en route for
Gen. Arnold Is suffering under a paralytic
Gov. Bheple has hsued a proclamation pall
ing upon the loyal electors of the first and
second Congressional districts of Louisiana to
choose representatives to the national Congress,
and haa appointed the 3d of D ecember next is
the day of holding; the election.1
One hundred and twenty-four men of the
Eighth Vermont rcglmeutywho were captured
by the rebels on the 4th of September, w ere re
turned to New Orleans on thel Slh Inst. Seven
were shot by the rebels for having enlisted In
New Orleans Threw former Confederates who
had enlisted in the Eighth Vermont, also Ser
geantMUlsaud Private Spear, ofRoyalton, Ver
mont, wcro detained at Vlcksburg, and four
dud during their captivity. The total number
captured was one hundred and forty.
General Butler has seized and closed the
Bank of New .Orleans for sending $405,000 In
specie within sjxty daya to the rebel govern
ment. The specie had been previously report
ed to General Butler as having been sent away,
which was not the fact.
A cavalry reconnolssance from General
Welttel1 force captured recently two cannon
w Ithln four miles of Baton Rouge.
The Delta, of the 16th Instant, cxposea some
transactions of Ed. Grantherim A, 'Co, with
the rebels, and Implicates the French consul.
The steamer Hero put Into Havana, on the
a fit l. ,. --.a t..i ... .1.... Jl.- A...
I be weather la fine at Havana.
MISTAKE IN TUB NAMIC OF TIIU KV-
ROPBAN STKAMKR OFF
MAIL FROM SAXTA FJ2 DELAYED BY
PRESENTS FURNISHED TO THE UTAH
INDIANS ON THE THIRD INST.
THEY EXPRESS A WILLXKQhESS l) ASSIST
THE VNITLD STATES GOVERNMENT.
New York, Nov. 5. The European steam
er which was Intercepted off Cape Race, yes
terday, was the Africa, and not the Arabia, as
was yesterday erroneously stated.
Kansas City, Nov. 25. The Sante Fe mall,
of the 10th Instant, has arrived. It was de
layed by hcary rain storms along the route.
The distribution of presents, furnished by the
United Statea Government for that portion of
the Utah tribe of Indians belonging to the
auperlntendency of New Mexico, took place on
the 3d instant. Tho chiefs expressed themselves
to be well'satlsflcd, and said they were desirous
to unite Mith our troops In the expedition
against the Navajoes, and help to conquer them
into obedience to the proper authorities.
All Is quiet along the route.
L.teit from California.
San Francisco, Nov. 25. The manufacture
of turpentine and rosin has been commenced
by a firm In Maysville, Eight thousand pine
trees have been tapped at the foot of the hills,
a few miles distant from the city, and It Is cal
culated they will leld two hundred gallons of
turpentine ana sixty uarreis or rosin per week,
Kmbarkatlou of Troopa for Newberu.
Boston, Nov. 25. Tho Eighth and Finy-flrst
regiments Massachusetts volunteers embarked
lor newoern mis aiternoon,
licit. Pope atJMllwaukte.
Mixwaukie. Nor 25. Gen. Pone and staff
nave arrivcq nere.
From Fortreaa Mouror,
Fortress Monroe, Nov. 24. The Southern
papers received here to-day contain the follow
Ing Items i
The Savannah Republican sayat "We have
reason to ucuct e uovernment lias again put me
w neels of war In motion In the right direction.
which, properly conducted, will thwart all the
cnerisnea pians or me ens ray. ana secure ins
ovennrow ai every point to whicn tney are ui
rccted. We shall hear of the result at an early
The Dadtj SaUlntl, Augusta, Georgia, of
INovemuer iv, says t
"John C. Cole, u refuiceo from Missouri, has
Imenlcda machine for making percussion caps
w Hi en exceis anytmng or me fcina eitner liortii
or South. Its superiority consists In the man
ner In which the cap Is cut from the copper and
formed, at a stuglo operation, without trans
ferring froui oue tool to another. It Is capa
bio of making by hand one huudrod per minute,
and bj steam 105,000 per day."
"It has been discovered in Georgia that by
digging wells forty miles from the main shore,
(wuere mo iiueruna, anu om oi reucaui me
Yankees,) water Is obtained, of which two
hundred and fitly gallons will make one bushel
of salt, whereas It takes seven hundred gallons
of tlde-watir to make the same quantity.
"A shoemaker In Knoxvllle, the other day,
charged $30 for u pair of boots. Ho was Im
mediately conscripted for extortion."
DEFENCE OP 0AVANNAU.
"The city authorities of Hnianuali, Georgia,
art making urramrerneuts to move tho non-
combatants from that clt,prtparatory to the
anticipated stuck of the enemy. The follow
ing resolution wan unanimously adopted by the
"Resolved, That tho city of Havauuah should
nftver lie surrendered! that It bhould be de
fended, street by btreett until. If taken, the
victors' epoua snau oe a neap oi ruioo.-
SA Texas paper speaks na followt.of the Fed
eral purpose to recover that State to the Unloni
- Galveston, the beautiful ctty of tho Gulf, has
fallen. t.Thetelnlons of Lincoln have made It
their nest. and. aa wtothave seen In similar
cases, there will be batched from .It, If tho ut
roost vlgilanca be t not exercised, untold "mis
eriesio inociaie, Aiasi wmu 4 piciureaoea
our sister Btate of Louisiana not exhibit 1
Within her borders the tracks of the worse
than barbarian foe are everywhere marked
with blood, spoliation, and rapine many of
Kne peopie exuea irom jnomea once loveiy oui
now desolated. Shall we be treated with less
severity than were they t
-To the citizens of Texas at large we mutt and
do appeal In this emergency, and we earnestly
Invoke at their hands the prompt display of all
their energy and of all their patriotism. From
without, no help Is to be expected, and within
ourselves must we find resources with which to
meet and rcjwl this Invasion of our soil. Our
resources happily are ample, and all rcaulred
of us Is to systematize and render them effect
ive at the proper time. In every county the
citizens should organize companies of minute
men, ready to respond to the call at a moment's
notice. Every arm should bo kept in order,
and supplies of fixed ammunition provided.
Officers, too, thai confusion be avoided, should
be chosen. If all this be properly done, wo
may bid defiance to any force the enemy may
send against us.
un other neios. tne ran ant soldiers or Texas
have taueht the robber foe what he has to ex
pect 1 and If he Invade our State, It will only be
upon the presumption that we are unprepared
to meet him. Banish from him this delusion.
Let us make ready, now that we have the
chance, and should the enemy dare to Invade
our State, to pollute onr homes by his hated
presence, we will repeat those feats of prowess
our noble soldiers have made Illustrious on the
bloody plains of Gaines's Mill and Manassas,
and which In all future ages will render the
name of Texan an honor.
Preparing for the Katt Ttuutiic Cam
Parson Brownlow. writing to the Phlladelnhla
Prttt, under date of Louisville, November 17,
General Moriran's division of the arm v. late
of Cumberland Gap, Is arriving hero byregl-
menu, at iaai as me ooaia can iana mem, ana
here his command Is divided. He Is ordered
to report at Memphis, with a portion of his
command. The East Tennessee regiments are
ordered to report to General Rosecrans, at
nasnvuie, ana are unacraiooa 10 oe intenaea
for the service of going Into East Tennessee,
which will be pushed forward at once "In
lorce." at least not ra line short or one hun
dred thousand men. Two of our East Tennes
see reglmcnta left last night for Nashville, and
two others will be off to-night, and so on, as
they arrive, until they are through to the main
lorce. ine isi Tennesseeans are perrcctiv
delighted with the Idea of going under Rose
crans, and of his leading them Into East Ten
nessee 1 And, as they approach that country,
I advise all secessionists who have not made
their peace with God to leave "for parts un-
The rebel forces under Breckinridge. Cheat
ham and others are retreating from Murfrcea
boro and Lebanon toward Chattanooga, where
they have an Immense rebel army, as well as
large supplies of arms and provisions. Rose
crans will follow them lelsarely, putting through
Immense army supplies from this point, with
equal facilities for transportation. The rebels
are destroying the roada and bridzes as thev
go, but the dirt roads were never before In finer
condition, and the streama are all low. The
advance can rtpalr the bridges rapidly, aud the
mum igrce can ioiiow on, keeping inemseirea
In srood condition. I have unbounded confi
dence In Rosecrans, and the country may look
out for a triumphant march Into East Tennes
see, but for the spilling of much blood, and the
loss of many lives on both sides, In passing
Gold. The steamers that sailed from New
York on Saturday last, took out $1,500,000 In
It O C I. A M A T I O N .
Wathington, November 30, I8G3.
WMItt another section of our country Is famine
worn, and titter cltlei lie proatrate from evils
dreadful to auHVr and mournful to behold, results
of a blind and lawleu remittance to conatitutlonal
authority and the majeity of the law, an all-aeetng
rroviuence nai averted from ua thla curse or trea
son, and with an unreluctant hand vouchsafed In
numeroua ei ldencea of His grace.
For that manifestation antf thla benediction It
behoot es us to be thankful, and 1 therefore, and In
compliance With the following joint resolution of
the City Councils, request my fellow-clt liens to ah.
stsla from secular employment, and, assembling In
their respective places of worship on Thursday,
71th Instant, unite with reverent love in grateful
expressions to Almighty God.
Joint Resolution appointing a Day of Thanks-
W11r.nr.Ai It Is becoming In a Christian people to
return thanks to the Giver of all good for the mani
fold blessings lte vouchsafes them as a community)
andwnereaa is peculiarly appropriate mat the
city of Washington should unite with her slater
cities tn the obam aulo of a day of puMle thanks
giving aud praise)
tie it ihcrtjoie tnWt.ru, Jc, That his Honor the
Major la hereby requested to set apart by public
proclamation Thumdaj , 37th November tnatant, aa
a da) of thanksgh Ing and praise to Almighty God
for the mercies of the past j ear, and of prajer for
a restoration of peace and of fraternal feeling
throughout the Union, inviting all citizens to ab
stain Irom their usual secular employments and to
unite In a proper observance of the day,
ALEX. R. SHEPHLRD,
Prtiidtnt of Board of Common Council.
JOSEPH F, DROWN,
lieiiJentoftht Board of Aldermen.
Appro ed, Not ember 8, 1803.
no 24 aieod Mayor,
DVHEAU Or YAD! AMD DOIKS,
2lth November, luei.
8KALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposals for
building house at Naval Hospital, New )ork,"
will be received at this office, until noon on the
Kuuay 01 ueccmoer, tow. tor turnianing an ine
materials and workmanship required In tonstruct
Ing a house for a Surgeon, on the Naval Hospital
grounds at Brook) ) n, New ork, according to plans
and specifications which are lodjred with the Civil
Engineer, and may be seen on application to him
at the Brooklyn Navy lard which plans and spe
cifications will be attached to and form a part of
Fvnn oj Offer.
(Here date the otter )
I, (here Insert list- name or names composing the
llrm,) of (name the town,) In the btate of (name the
Mate,) hereby oiler to furnUhunderyour advertise
ment dated (date of adt ertlsement,) and subject to
all the requirements of the same, and of the plans
and specifications to which It refers, all the mate
rial and workmanship necessary for the construc
tion and completion of the house for a Burgeon at
the Naval Hospital at New I ork, according to the
Flans and specifications, for the sum of (here write
he amount In words,) and should my olfer be ac
cepted, I request the contract may be prepared and
sent to the Navy Agent, at (name the agency) for
signature and certfrtCAte. (Here the bidder and
eath member of the firm are to sign )
Fvrm of Guarantee.
n.i - .... s I r... . ....-. n.nBlnr l..ni.
t lie uiiurraiKiJcu. uniuv ui uuirnuiuiw i""
the town,) and Stale of (name the State,) and (name
of second guarantor, tic,) hereby undertake that
the above named (name the bidder or bidders,) will,
Uhla or their oittraa abovebe accepted, enter
into contract with tho United Statea, within fltleen
davs after the date or notice, through the post of
fice, of the acceptance or his (orthelrj oiler before
U itnr.; (Signature ofguarantora )
I certify that the above named (here name the
guarantors) are known to ine to be good and res
ponttltilp guarantors In this case.
To bo signed b) (he district Judge, dUtrlct attor
nev, collettor, navj Hgent, or some jrson known
to the bureau to tu responsible
Tu guard against ottora belugopeued be lure the
time appointed. LMdei s are requested to endorse on
the envelope, above tho address, and draw a line
under the endorsement, thus.
"l'ropoat$Jor Sargron'i ihuiefor the Aafy Yard et
Arte 1 ork "
lo the thief of the liureau of Yard aud Docks,
Washington, D C nov 24 law4w
1.MHI HAI.K.-Oii undivided Ihlrd Interest lu
) HTANLK. U. CONANl'S PULLMUKAM A, ur
Gigantic lllustratloiiaofthe ar, now In successful
exhibition, and was exhibited over one hundred
ulghtain Uuaton Any person desiring to travel,
caumake a ver) protitabla Investment For fur
ther Information, address J M. STANLEY, or call,
between 1 and 4 o'clock p. m , at 404 Twelfth st.,
bet. land K, nov 21-1 w
h y DEPAftTUMTOf'Srlw
" Kaleasss! frtei thav draft, ou tlia Kro'nud of
allMsgbsT4jtiDjallt)wM In the following
Christian Delta -Henry
Dennis Wlaler- .
Christian Schach -
Luzerne county, Penn
WASniNOTOV, NOVKUbBK &l,.18G3.u
' WKtrt dVtrtadV
Dennis Bustln - -Andrew
Bradford county, Pcnn.
Jacob Boning j -
John Uolstead - -Anthony
John Murphy - -
John Orr - .
William Smith- -
John Sellhelmcr -
Washington, November 2t, 1803.
Name. her drafted.
Louis Mudzlk, ( or
Lugulck) . -, ,- Green Lake co., Wis.
BarnfMlcka - - - 'do do
August Ezner - - do 'do
Oottlelb Kruegcr. (or
Krecr)- - - do do
Andreas Faust- - Dane, do
Jacob W. Wajjner Wayne county, Penn.
Washington, November 23, 18C3.
Appllcatlon'for release In the following case
has been refused!
Name. Where drafted.
Adolph Mettzlcr - - Dodge co., Wlsconslnj
Department or Stats,
Washington, January 25, 1803.
The Secretary of State will hereafter receive
members of Congress on business on Saturdays,
commencing with Saturday, the flrst of next
WILLIAM H. SEWARD.
rpRAVEL OVKll TUB L.UNQ BHIDOB.
Headquarters Defences or Washington,
November 19th, 1863.
General Orders, No. 8.
Hereafter, the Long Bridge, over tho Poto
mac, will only be used for Government pur
poses. Neither prlvato vehicles nor citizens on
horseback will be allowed to cross the Long
Bridge, but must go by the way of the Aque
By command of Major Gen. HeintzelmIn.
nov 21 7t Assistant AdjutantGcneral.
TAHSKH ON TI1K POTOMAC.
On and after the 12th Instant day of September,
passes will be required from all v easels, boats, fcc,
navigating the Potomac river,, These will be la
sued by the Commanding Officer of the Flotilla,
and may be obtained from the naval vessels staa
tloned at Alexandria, or at the mouth of the river,
Secretary of the Jiavy.
September 11, 1863. aep 14
T)An.Tltor single gentlemen, can be accom-
.m. Hiwaicv nun ciigaui nuvtiia atiu uvaru, ! latrt
House now opening at No, !I3 Four-and-a-half
airrei. noriM u
AC AUD .The attention of grocery mer
chants, dealers, and the public In general, is
respectfully Invited to the sale of Groceries, tc ,
fcc . which will take place on Wednesday, the With
Inst., at 10 o'clock a. m , at the atore of Mr. 8.
Pumphreyv near the Arsenal. The stock la large
and good, among which Is a large lot of fine Tobao
co. For further particulars see advertisements.
UREKN fc WILLIAMS, '
nov 26 It Auctioneers.
330 Peuusyl vu Aveuue,
Wholttale and Retail Dealer in
FINEST FAMILY OltOCKRIRS,
FRENCH and GERMAN WINES,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, CHAMPAGNES,
BRANDY, RUM, O IN,
CIGARS and TOBACCO,
Haa now on band '
a very fine anortment of the above, at fair prices
nov 2 TTfcSIf
ponTADUS MILLS FOR TUB ARMY.
On ice or Defot Commiisarv
Washington, D. C, Nov., 16C2.
Inventors and manufacturers are Invited tilt the
20th December, 1&62, to present models and samples
of Portable Mills for grinding wheat and corn for
the use of the army.
The following are the essential conditions the
mills must combine to receive consideration when
presented by plan, speculation, model and sample:
1st. Not to weigh over twenty-flve pounds.
2d. The grinding surfaces to be of burr stone,
trooved chilled Iron or steel, and thereneral con.
structlonof the mill to be analagous to thatof a
3d. Each milt to be canable of grinding CO nounda
of tine Dour or meal per hour, and to be capable of
uciiig woruru vy uuc man.
4th Each mill to be ao constructed, If necessary.
that It can be separated Into two Darts of eaual
weight, ao aa to be carried by two men should the
length of march, lack of transportation, or fatigue
of the men, or other cause render Its carriage too
lauouous lorone man.
6th. Each mill to be capable of being attached to
a wagon tongue, prancn 01 tree, or siactc 01 musaeis,
Inventors will submit blans sneclflcatlons. or mod
els of their mills, or samnle of the milt Itself. In the
presence of a board of officers. Thev will be re
quired to present Indisputable evidences of their
mills combining the essential conditions above
enumerates. Dy causing ine nun 10 oeworaru iu ine
presence 01 ine saia uoaru.
If a mill be nreaented containing ail OT the above
conditions, and Ua cost be sufficiently reasonable
In the opinion of the Department to warrant its
Purchase, a large number will very probabl) be
ought for the use of the arm) .
For further Information apply at No. 443 Qtt.,
vvasningion, u. v. uuc
NOW Id THE TIME TO BUY YOUR CLOTH'
I. A. BEALLItCO,
No. 381 seventh street,
sepSS 3m between I St K.
Ty 1 0U KNOW IT 1 if j ou do not, call at
-' SMITH JtliEALL'S, No.JIOl Seventh street,
near K street, and bu) )ourseif a nice suit of
Clothing from them, as they have just received
new and splendid assortment,
nov 21 dtdeel
flUIE CHEAPEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN
X town Is at
U A. DK ALL ft; CO,
No. 361 Seventh street,
se 26 Jm between I and K.
500 doz. Hermetically Sealed Goods, consisting of
Fruits, Jellies, Meats, Vegetables, Pickles, Ao,
Just received and for sale at New ork market
no U OSTHEIM BROTHERS.
1?OU RENT Desirable furnished rooms, (with
board,) pUasantly located In Georgetown, near
the city cars. To permanent tenant, terms mode
rate. Appl) at 161 eat street, uear High street,
Georgetown. nov 10 tf
KOOMS TO Lt. r. rour Furnished Rooms, with
or without Board, within Ave minutes' walk
of Pennsylvania avenue, Inqulie at No 4UT
Mar) land avenue. oc30 tf
I O 11 N A I, Er-The STOCK, FIXTtTRFS nd
? GOOD WILLoratlrst-clasa Wholesale Liquor
and Sutler EatablUhhientt haa been doing a tine bu
siness for two years) located In the central part of
Penn. avenuet will also make a tlrst-tles lestau
rant. ior full particulars apply to the Agency Of
lice, 611 Ninth street, near Pa, avenue.
Also, City Property and Houses for sale,
no lo tf
ft-Wlth Teas Thnauuii thniichta and ar
guments, I will move In the newspaper preaa only
by way of advertisement.,, Thla course, however,
Is expenaivr, and, when accompanied by a' lean
purse, must be brief. Stilt let us go ahead, every
one doing the beat he can. I am for the country,
andmean,forone,TOSEE HER SAFK THROUGH,
even If we have to let loose alt the terrors or war.
But many people, no doubt, think I am led by the
love of praise, not considering that even noos some
times ar tort lndiMndent to was? their tails to the
chirp of nngefeaap of any self-complacent ctt that
tumj come aiong. ly raiv, It wmi cuuiu
rfir lawfully.) let all self4atefat, and vanity, aad
envy, and Jealousy be laid nalde whilst the great'
boaom of our country Is heaving In the agony of a
tirotraeted oladiatobiai; contest If a man wants
0 belittle, and mean, and selfish, now, for heaven's
sske, let him lake himself out of the country, and
not atckeiu her .with thi presence, . vAtl I want to
express tn thla advertisement, Is to Invite peo-
ne to reaa,ior ine aaaeot ine coomry, anaioruy
or this, my late productions. ittc r '
Mr words Mlwavt eoms from tnv heart. (These dio-
duetions are the Belarlus of Cymbellnei AnAd-
Soldiers t and a recent Letter to the President, urgi
Ing the Immediate, total, and uncompromising abo
lition of slavery, as a national NECESSITY, and
warranted by the wa power, A copy of all these
can be had okatis by .calling at. No. 303 New Of If
avenue, near fourth street, ar any hour' after !'
o'clock p. m. 1 ahall be happy to wait upon any
gentleman, la or out of the army. Gentlemen
abroad, also, will have the productions remitted to
them obatis on application to. me through the
mall, enclosing a one-cent stamp for the pre-pay-raent
bak for eec vrodacUon, as I always thus
pity, considering It to be the legal requirement. .
' " FaTWICKfcvANi.' ir
nov at t counsellor at law.
tt- Waahlnerton Centcsuklal Itodare. Free
and Accepted Masons, No. It, will meet on THl'ftS
DAY Morning. Nov. iTTth, at o'clock, for the par
pose or attending the funeral of Brother William
Tucker, All Master Masons in good stand tog are
inn tea 10 auena. vy oruer 01 ine v n an t
nov 28 lt
O" Adjourned Meetlavsj of Cnaplalave
The special attention of array chaplains, including
those on dutv at the hosDitala. Is called to the ad
Journed meeting at the rooms of the oung Men's
viiraaiiao. ASSOtJiailOD at 1 O'CIOGK 11MJA1. An
Important report will be nresented on the subtest
or the burial of deceased aoldlera. A general and
ytvuipi it r nuance is most earnestly requesiea.
nov e c. W. DENISON, Secretary,
iv. "I a .
att" Kjalsjhte Templar. Washington Com
mandery, No. l, will hold a stated assembly at the
Asylum,1 corner of D and Ninth streets, .thla
(WEDNESDAY) Evening at t o'clock.
Sojourning Knights are rrspectfollyinvltedloat
tend. DANIEL BUCK, ,
IU mava'Aivn iiuvua n j, i. v. '
The officers and members of thla Lodge are re
quested to meet on THURSDAY, at 10 o'clock,
and Maryland avenue, to attend the funeral of
P. O. William Tucker. By order t '
., . JAMES, 1. MOORE, N. G.
P. M. Peabson, Rec. See. nov 20 St
i ' r t, j m
Cat-Haaanle. A Special Communication of the
M7w. Grand Lodge of F. and A. M. or the District
of Columbia, will be held on WEDNESDA Y EVEN
ISO, the 2tth Instant, at TK o'clock, at Masonic
Hall, corner of D and Ninth streets.
Punctual attendance ti requested,
. AV. MORRIS SMITH,
nov5t-M,Tu&W Grand Secretary,
S . T , ,
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS,
They purify, strengthen, and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and late
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind
They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent feveia.
They purifythebreathand acidity of the stomach.
They cure Drspesi and Constipation.
They cure Dlarrhaa, Cholera, and Cholera Mor
bus. , , ,
They cure liver Complaint and Nervous Head
ache, t t t
They are the best Bitters In the world. . They
make the weak man strong, and are'exhausted
nature's great restorer, Tney are made of pure
St. Croix Rum, the celebrated tallsaya Bark, roots
and herbs, and are taken with the pleasure of a
beverage, without regard to age pr time of day.
Particularly recommended to delicate persons re
quiring a gentle stimulant. Sold by alt Grocers,
Druggists, Hotels, and Saloons. P.,11, DRAKE at
CO , 203 Broadway, New York. se 26 em
- j i ..J
Er-BatchelorIIklr Dys-The Ileal lu
the World. William A. BMchelor's celebrated
Hair Dye produces a color not to be distinguished
from nature t warranted not to Injure Hair In the
leas tt remedies the llt-effecta of bad dyes, and Invig
orates the Hair for life. GREY, RED. or RUSTY
HAIR Instantly turna a splendid Black or Brown.
leaving ine na
leaving the hair soft and beautiful. Sold by all
ru grin s, OMJ.
ti- The genuine Is signed WM. A. BATCHELOR,
onfhe four sides of each box.
Factory, No, 81 'Barclay etreetjfLateaaJ Broad
way and 19 Bond,) New York, my SI ly
ET" The Great PennayiTuala KoMte. The
Sulckest and safest route to the Northwest and
outhweat. Two through trains dally, and one on
Sunday. Soldiers tlcketa at Government rates to
all the principal pomts In the North and West.
For tickets and further Information apply at the of
fice of the "Great Pennsylvania Route." northeast
corner Pennsylvania avenue and sixth street, un
der National Hotel. Ofilce open from 7 a. m. to 6
p. m ton Sundays S to 4 p. m.
E. O. NORTON,
aug 8 ly J Agent.
O" Special Notice. On and after Tuesday,
April 1, 1S63, the trains on the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad will commence running daily, (Sundaja
excepted,) leaving this Station at 7.40 a. m, and
connecting at Washington Junctloo with Mall
Train for all parts of the West via Wheeling or
Parkersburg. Through tickets sold and bargage
. r. Bin i in,
At of Transportation B. fc O, R. R.
I ap 1-dtf
83" Weatou'e Prosrrcas of Bl a very Copies
ofthls work are for sale at the oDlee of the National
Republican. Pamphlet edition, 2ft cents. Bound
edition, 75 cents.,
FRANKLIN akr CO.,
944 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
(North side,) between Twelfth and Thirteenth sts ,
368 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Under the National Hotel. -
BRAZILIAN PEBBLE (Rock Crystal) SPEC
TACLES, r :
MILITARY FIELD GLASSES,
MICROSCOPES, OpERA GLASSES,
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS AND CARTES DE
STEREOSCOPES AND VIEWS, ft., ft .
In a great variety, and at the lowest prices, whole
sale or retail. novi
LOST TN DOLLARS' REWARD-0nh road
from the Aqueduct Bridge through Georgetown
to Washington, on Monday, Nov ember 34, a MEM
ORANDUM BOOK, containing a Sutler's pass for
V. Laudman, a discharge of ftlmon Dinkelmejer,
and a letter addressed to F. Laudmann, Prescott
House. The tinder will receive the above reward
by leaving the above at the Prescott House, corner
or Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue,
nov 26 St FREDERICK LAUDMANN,
No. 510 Eleventh street west.
Near tin corner of Penntylvania avenut.
The public are hereby Informed, that all cases
requiring the services of a detective offleer will be
promptly and carefully attended to, Mree of
charge. upon application being made at the Po
lice Headquarters, No, OlO Eleventh street west,
under supervision or
W. B. WEOB,
Superintendent of Metropolitan Police,
nor 28 2aw2m
IVANH A AVATHON'H
Store, 76 south Fourth street,
Orders received by
W. D SHEPHERD,
Corner of Sev enth and D streets,
Washington, D C.
OAK IIALI, OI.UTHINU UUUI1, '
No 4M. Seventh street, below V.
The subscriber takes great pleasure In announc
ing to his old friends and Customers, that he ha
opened a new store at No 4U4 Sev enth street, near
K,wh):ehehas a line, selected stock of Clothing
fo Ms. j and Boys' wear, which they hav e Juat re
ceived from the North, and otters them for sals at
the lowest Northern prices.
r J. BRUCE ft. CO ,
sep 25 3m Clothiers, 4J4 Sev enth street
I JVVKUYIJODV'8 attention. licalUUtouur
!i new atouk of Clothing for Men and Uos'uie,
which we havejust received, and Oder for sale at
very low prices, at No. 461 Seventh street, near F.
J. BRUCE & CO,
Proprietors of Oak Hail Clothing Room. '
sep 29 3m