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TUB BAH.T HATIOVAt. MVMUAI
It pjtituii& isrj inohihi (fondaTa-wepted)
bjVT.J. WCMiOtf &'Cd.,fcncl Itftmlttied to
city i'obi!ribCTi'(by'Jrilert)'t SS tenia per
montii. ' ' i .,
Ma1anbscrlbera),f3.f'qiper annum) t3 for
six QOptis,nd,X fojr jhttmontiu, ln'tri
Mylnidtanra't, ",,,," v " '
81aglftpylMcenU.t , , ,,,;
t-iatPor th National IUpisMIaa.s J d
1 . 6(11 I.AV,PKO, i ,
, IT HtfXCTi BI AS J1STIIII. ,
GlorTdWl Sv'e'hiniwV bend
In grateful adoratlonv " 't.VJ
And minified purer And praise l(nd-rik .
Thanksgiving' front Ballon I
Glory to God; ttbo broughroarelres
Across the trackless ocean,
To klridlo ben the altar Ores
Of national dtTotton I
6lory U God, through nhorn ve roie - '
To trample on oppreailon t '
Who led na, over fallen foes.
To Freedom'a fair possession I
Glory to God, for fostering care i . j
i Parental lore transcending 1 , r
For glfta and goodneaa ererywbere;
Unmerited, unending I
Glory to pod I , For boundless grace'
. We offer our oblallona i
'Oil, be dor land nil dwelling-place,
Through endleaa generation! 1
IIOH.J. A.KABIOW. ,
Wo cnt from the Iowa 'SlaU'lltgUIrr the fol
lowing notlco, of. tho .efficient and tncceuful
canraaa made In the Fifth Congressional Dis
trict In Iowa bjaf'iv Kajton, late First Aasls
tant Postmaster dencral. Mr. Katson deserved
and acquired) a'iilgh, reputation. In thai office,"
and will at once tako 'a 'distinguished position
lnthetlonaei j , .,t '
Froia the' 'low 4iate luftater.
The canvass m'ado'by lion. 3. A."K'iJoh'ld
this district was peculiarly brilliant and suc
cessful. One great cause of our Bupcrloraoe
cesa In this district la found In the fact that a
thorough canvass was made Id these (twenty
three counties, Thenumeronajolntdlscnaalona
held between Messrs. Katson and Finch," re
anltcd In great good to1 our party. The Repub
licans were etlrreU op''lBUtheiconnUet,and
an efficient organisation held them compactly
together. There was unanimity In all the ranks.
Added to this there were frequent conversions
from Toryism. In this county a large number
of life-long Democrat came, out) from their
former political-associations, , shook the dust
from their garments, and labored as patriots for
the triumph bf the union ticket. This was the
case to a greater extent In Fremont county and
other portions of the district, were blessed large
ly with similar conversions. There was a gen
eral revival of the spirit of TO, and Toryism
waa made to suffer.' I i ulv
By reference to the Presidential vote of 1B0O,
It will ba seen that, In) the counties now com
posing in. (th Congressional district. President
Lincoln received a, majority of. 1,121 overall
competitors.. On the home voto alone, Mr.
Katson led his' competitor by a majority not
less than that which was given to Lincoln I
And when the army vote comes to1 beeompn
ted officially, the majority for Mr. Kasaon will
be Immensely In advance of anything hereto
fore given In these twenty-three counties by the
Republican partyi-1 'ri liilAl ''
The fifth district baa not been tardy nor re
luctant Iq sending soldiers to the War;1 In this
respect, we are fully up with the most patriotic
portions of the Slate. We.bave alto, had;
skillful and Unaerupnlona enemy to fight at she
ballot box. t waa a hand-to-hand etrurgle,
and tbe.rlciory waa glorious. In view of the'
general diminution of the Republican vote In
the States of. the North, It must be admitted
that Mr Kasaon baa achieved" a triumph which
stands alone among the free Stale elections of
i803i " c ' -, ; " '.
-. From tn. tjoulhrvest.
From the Philadelphia Inquirer's Speelsrcorres
4 -. pendent. '
' f -Lao-uxai. TinN- Nor. 17.'18C13. i
Holly Springs, for a fewdaya In r possession
of our cavalry, under' Col. Lee. was evacuated
several daya since. The movement waa not the
action ofDectailty,'but of policy. The advance
of a strong rebel force from their fortified Pool
tlon-behind Uhe Tallahatchie threatened the
place, and our troops retired without any at'
temot at ODDoaltlon.
To be mora general and examine more close
ly Into- the propriety of such a movement, Its
advisability will plainly appear. The location
, of Jlolly Springs, as regards natural facilities,
lor army purposes, is cxircmeiy aencient, me
filsee la pot strong by nature,. nor by position
nvltlngaa a ttrategto point. Its; location la
only that of a railroad station, or point of mo.
meutary delay. In water It hat not a sufficient
supply for a slnglo regiment, much less to meet
the wants of a large army. The only localities
affording this requisite aro at the Cold Water
creek. Bra miles this aide of the town, or at tho
Tallahatchie, beyond. The place will never bo
occnpled by more, than a garrison, to secure
communication with the dllfsrent poets along
our line of retreat, and to demonatrate against
a detour of the enemy to cnt 'off supplies. In
a greatu prominence, I fear Holly Springe will
never figure In the eventa of tula rebellion.
I have closely observed the current of affairs
since our advance upon this place,' and have
drawn aome conclusions concerning the lnten
tlona and future morementa of General Grant
and bis army. It Is plainly hla purpose to
await the promised reinforcements, which are
now rapidly reaching their ' destinations at dif
ferent positions along our Hues. Ho 'will also
reorganise his corps, placing It upon a footing
to meet all the contlneenclea of a vigorous and
Important campaign. I feel assured our next
movement win meet witn no otner . aaiay man
that caused In conflict with tho enemy, until
the fulfilment of the expectations from this
armv are fullv and comoletelv worked out.
This determination Is 'certainly most 'laudable
and will meet i the approbation or every1 one
crediting the propriety of moving with the aa
surance of well matured designs. This Is evi
dently the policy by which General Grant has
regulated the operations of tho present, and to
wnicn ne wm owe mo sueceBB oi ms move
ments In the future.
The absence of a determined rule of action
towards the negroes who have fugltlvely sought
our lines has been attended with a large amount
of suffering to that race. In many Instances
they have been received and allured from their
homes by promises of, favorable treatment and
employment aa sen-ante io omccrs. nay
ing acceded to the requests of theso ludlvidu
als. thevbave met none of the urosnectt cro-
Beuted to them, and, In consequence, have be
come victims of the most serious bodily wants.
General Grant, In a recent order, baa taken a
step towards the amelioration of the condition
of these people In a way commendable, In a
pecuniary view, as regards the Government, or
physically, aa concerns the negro.
Patbiotio. San FrancUco has contributed
over $200,000 for the relief or sick and din a bled
soldiers I Hera la a apeclmen of the subscrip
tions t Donahoe, Ralston & Co.. 15.000 1 Cal.
atenin Navigation Co., 15,000 1 Wells. Fargo .t
Co., $3,000 yB. F. Gas Co., ,S00i Wm. T.
Celeman & Co., $3,000 1 Main & Winchester,
$2,000 1 Samuel J. Hensley, $3,000. J. 1).
Thomas, of Ban Francisco, ha subscribed $350
per month to the relief fund during the war.
An Immense Kir lid Gun. A rifled six hun
dred pounder gun Is rapidly approaching com
pletion at Elawlck, England. Its weight, wheu
finished, will be h tons, and Us length 14 feet
10 inches. The outer diameter Is to be 4 feet 4
Inches at the Breech, and 1 foot 9 inches at the
tnaule. The bore of the gun will 'bo rather
more than 18 Inches, and tho greatest thickness
of metal at the breech about 19 luetics j at the
,cBtoko brown paper Is now manufactured in
'Jtew York from rcat talis," the product of the
TUfl nag eruwj.u, m ivw rouuu.
ntataaBBasatttrrallawa batiStmM.il .Bile i. .' f . ' '?'. T"? ' .attV S. .-... I . ,
tsnpnvinnt (tm Rahvlll.wwhrBB.ua
r.t.nertti Brae. 'Tie-Kneni,r ao,oo
aureate; t 'rlnrf'r.Bb.tn) r
Special Dispatch to the Jew Vqrk Tribune, r
NhWvillb. Nnr. 8S-I have' Bnunr'a letter
acknowledging the receipt of women and . chil
dren" rrora i Hatnviue toy nagi or truce, winch
fixes tUt'prwefiee with his arrayn t c 1 1, 'il r
I alienate letter fnJm-Gtn.'Prraton to' his
wife,' dated lteitamp.'Novernberil'), betw'een'
Chattanooga and Mnrtreesboro, stating be waa
going to Mnrfreesboro' with Bragg, Hardee,
and Backner.tbati evening.,. ,Tie letter la pa
thetic and gloomy, though expressing a gleam
of hope' that the rebel norlrori Is becoming
clearer, and that peace la 'approaohlng. Pres
ton says' ."I am trailing with anxiety with .my
brigade under Buckner for the development of
tho winter campaign. My heart stink In leaving
Kentucky. If the proscription become intol
erable, seek shelter la Canada. Tou cannot
crose" the lines. Look for. peace, n, tome hap
pler,laud until this cruel War It ended. While
the enemy even give you Imperfect protection,
It la your duty to abstain 'from every actor
speech that could Insult them. My own prayer
to God la that Kentucky may not, be. torn furr
ther In this conflict." , . '
The letter Is enmewhat rieMlteirV.nit V m-1M -
he 'followlngf Items. The writer- commanda
Mississippi and Alauaraa rcglrqcnte moving
irura auioxvuie io ma camo. lie lost one nun.
dred and twenty men by a railway accident!
Robert Wooley Is with him. and In a bad humor.
Jamea'S.' Clay bitterly denounces Bragg for
auug the expectations which he In-.
spired. Clay bat no command. Preston says!
''Clay ls'dlsconlented, disappointed and angry
aa to Kentucky. Sheihaa.becomeian open
ahame,JI fear, to pur jenemlett a scorn and de
rision even to Yankees, to whom she'waB bo
trayod.?" It 'la, reported 'the enemy1 have de-1
termlned to stand on their aide of tha Tonnes-
The military anthorttlea baro no confi
dence In the promise. The Nashville women
evince deep anxiety for Immediate permlta to
tea their frlenda at Mnrfreesboro' before they
go South.- -This la an Indication.. It. 11 said
that the rebel force at Murfrcesboro hs s in
creased to twenty thousand, and that they have
sent large bodies of cavalry abroad to obstruct
me iramoenana river ana interrupt railway
communication. Our latest scouts aay Braggls
SUA" la at Tullahoma, but he la not there, nor
at Murfrcesboro'. Lieutenant Colonel Hep-
ourn, oi toe itineiy-secona'iowa carary,'iuage
adrocaleon1 General iRoussoan's staff,'isrre
HeTedon hle.ownrreaueet.i and designated as
Inspector ,of caralry.' .Major Ralston Skinner
Is asaigucd to duty'aa'Juago advocate. Our
scouting panica capturea aoont two uunarea
prisoners last week, and large foraging parties
went euocessfuLf, Morgan and Forrest haro
captured about one hundred and 'fiftv 'of dnr
ben) Including fifteen from the Tlfth Kentucky'
cavalry; since toe utn mst,r mostly stragglers.
t I.t '. t n ,TJ, ,t -
Caaitrabadtda Bet to Wark te Pick Cottan.
1 Gen. Grant has Issued thq following order for
the Immedlato employment4)f fugitive slaves In
gathering cotton In Tennessee! ,, . ,
La GRAHOc.Tenn'., Nov. 14,' 1863. '
"CnaplaW J, tafon Jr.,'-6T 'the'Twenty
aeventh regiment Ohio Infantry Volunteers, la
hereby appointed to take charge of all fugitive
slaves that are now or may from time to. time
come within tho military lines .of the advan
cing army In this vicinity, not employed and
reglaterea la accordance with General Orders
No.'TO.'Vfrom Headquarters, District of .Weal
Tennessee, aUd will open a camp! for them at
Grand Junction, where' they, will' bo. suitably
bared for and organized Into companlea and aet
to work picking, ginning and baling all cotton
now ouiasanung in neias, .; &
"3. Commanding ofilcera of troopa will send
all fturttlves that coma within thellues. togeth
er with auch teams, cooking utenslla audi other
oaggage aa uiey may uring wiin tnem, to map
laln Eaton, Jr., at Grand Junction.
"J." One regiment of Infantry, from Urlga
djer General McArthur's Division, will bo tern
Dorarilv detailed aa iraardiln. chanre of such
-I contrabauda, and the sujgeojia of said regiment
win De chareeu wltn tne care oi too sick.
"Commissaries of subsistence will Issue on
the requisitions of Chaplain Eaton, Jr., ouilt-,
ting the eoffeo ratlona, and substituting fye.
"By order of MaJ, Gen, U. 8,' GbAkt,
" .' ' Joint A.1 Ra wi.iros,
X Assistant 'AdJ'tOeneral.'l
A Bio Yam's Work. A Mr. Million! has
. ..a -. . lt TJIuaanl
KTUWU UpUU aTCUiOU lallfll UCUs7 i)af tVilHUii,
Ohio, the present year, four hundred tleoces. of
wool: ono thousand bushels of wheat, two thou-
sand. busheU pf com, besides crops of hay,
oats, barley, potatoes, ana iruu. me amount oi
which be baa not vet ascertained t audi all this
result has been brought about by the labor of
nlmscu, assisted Dy two n an -grown iaas.
Tux Charleston Mercurv sars "the Yankees
love the. nliucer.' The LouisrlUo Journal re-
torts that the complexion of a large portion of
the servile population of the South la a pretty
strong indication mat mo umrairy -love mo
Tut Italian Government has contracted with
ihe Mill wall Iron works. In England, for a war
steamer of 13,030 tous. fittod with, cupolas' Du the
principle of Capt. Coles.
In the Austrian War Budget, uow under con
sideration, there is an item of 2,600f. for feeding
cats kept In the victualling magazines.
t PECIAla NUTIOO.
) ' TO THE
CITIZKNS OF WASHINGTON,
OFFtcZR OF THE ARMY AND NAVY,
The old and established Fjnporlumof Clothing,
latttaa. for so manv leara. lupnlicd the c I (lien
of Waihlngton and vicinity with all that U etx
entlai for Ihe clrgance nd comfort of the outci
man. Is now suppUeU with the mo it complete and
fashionable atock that we hare ever had the pleas
ure to offer.
Wft Dr rAnii). aaaui . a j unue usual a uctsat iv
ble st) Ira that could be found In the market.
Our aasortment of S II I R T S , DRAWERS.
HOS1LRY, GLOVES, Vc, cannot be aurpasaed and
will be sold at prices that da not allow of compe
tition, LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVFRCOATa.
LARQK STOCK OF MIL1TAHV OVi-HLUATS
LARQK STOCK OF MILITARY OVfcKCOATS
LAROC STOCK MILITARY DHUiS COATS.
LAHOK STOCK MILITARY Dili-SS COATS,
LARGK STOCK MILITARY PRF.SS COATS.
LARQK STOCK MILITARY PAN1S.
LAHOR STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGK STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGK STOCK MILITARY VFSTS.
LARGK STOCK MILITARY VESTS.
LARGK STOCK MILITARY VFSTS.
GOODS OF ALL DESCRIP
TIONS. VALISES, CARPET-BAGS, Uc.
Our stock of BOYS' and YOUTHS' CL61IIING
Is the largest and most fashionable that hat eter
been oITered In tbll eltr, and at the lowest pitces
ther can possibly be obtained In this city.
E Call and see ut at ODFON HALL, corner iK
street and Pennsylvania airnue, the Great Cloth
UK Mart of Wttnlogtonctty.
nor 1-every Tuet, Thurt, & Sat
Store, ? south Kourlh street,
Qrdera received by
W. D. SHEPHKRD.
Corner of aeveuth and D streets,
Washington, D C,
I VKIIY BODY'S sitleutloa Is called to our
U new stock of Clothing for Men and Ro)S' use,
which we have just received, and oiler for sale at
very low prices, at No. 4M seventh atreet, near V,
Proprietors of Oak Hall Clothing Room.
sep 24 Im
--''"'" ' ""
OAK IIAI.I. CMTIIIIf O HOU8R, No. 404
Seventh street, nesr r street, the Ore.l lm
ofrsshiOQW here Jrou'esa dhd the best'eut tntl made
Clothing tot Men and Uojil'wer that tne market
ran produce'tand our prices, or cheapness, sad du
rabllily of our kooIi, lttf competltloa. (Our
neighbor Smith, two doors shore, so lonr noted lor
selling elethlat; Ins than, anj- house la the tltr, In
a private conversation, aknowledifed to us thst
Do) s' Clothing was ihe best made and cut goods
he ever stwj and, if the ttttiens of Washington
were posted In the goods I have, my store would
he overrun with ladle, and rentlemen In wsnt of
clothing, and i only wish, jtuh'avej o'u call and see
our beautiful assortments of clothing, and I think
that our prices and goods will more thsa par you
for calling at Ihe Leading Clothing House, No. an' I
Ko'vrntuttreet, oer Ftrtetg'two doors below
Smith's, i j ;
Kvrribody knowl Smith, but, Initesil of estllaa
aVbit idace, come n'iwb,'doors belowj
'N.iL abate a sreciliword.ioeytQthe Ladles,
that ,1 can please them better than ever In Boys'
Clothing ,8s1 my slock excels anything I ever had.
, " J. BRUCE fc CO, '
1 Tormerly at'odeon Hall,
nov 31-dtdeel Now at Oak Italic
( - - -4 ) ' il
GRAND ADVANOH.UK TUB ARMV OP
.. THE rOTOMAC, and all the stores are cry
ing- upithe prlceVof. their goods but SMITH Is
DKALL; No! 801 seventh street) We 'are atileto
sell goodclothlng nearly ss cheap Mrer, We
nayeoeen ngnimg against niglprices foevthe last
) ear, and our stock now Is good, and we are able to
sell st low prices. , '
SMITH is All the time In the msrket picking up
goods at old prices, and that Is one resson we un
dersell sllothers. Wehavethe mesas and ability
to sell cheap, snd we will do it, ss our customers
want Good Clothing at low prices, and we are Just
the men to sell il to them A call it solicited at the
CHEAP CLOTIIIXO lOME, of"
SMITH a. OEALL,
No. 301 Seventh street,
nov 31 dtdeel Vlrst door below the market.
M. T. PARKER,
NO. 69 LOUISIANA AVENUE.
Respectfully and cheerfully returns thanks for the
uwtiii yairuaagv niinerio receircu.
. Iltrlng every ftrlllty or doing
- IIUU3L, stun,
, " AND DECORATIVE
Together with all work pertaining to a Fiasv-
He has no healtsnoy In soliciting acontinusnee
Hit Prices art JteaymabUt
n . - . The Work UiuxcrptionabUt
And particular attention la paid to
PROMPTNESS IN DELIVER!'.
B3"Remerober the number I
, au Looismha Avenue,
Oct 21 Sm bet. Sixth and Seventh streets.
ID M I t F. DVPRE,
IH ON HALL,
390 Peunsylvanls, A v.ssua,
llAoesue and Reiad Dealer fri
' FINKST FAMILY unOCKItIE!i,
FRJSXClIand OEHMX WLVES,
MiuuDr, kvjj1, arx,
OTOAHS anil TOBACCO,
Has now on hand
aerrne auorlmttU of the abote, at fair prices,
-ponTADUfi 11I1M.M FOR T1IK AUJ1V.
i girucor ucpot uommusahv
Waihlngton, O. C.( Nor. , 180!!.
mentors and manufucturera are lniltnt ttll the
3uth Decemlter, lb03, to present niodeli anJ aamplef
of Portable Milts for grlndlug wheat and com for
me iiie oi u iro)
The foUuwlng are the rsitentUl conditloui the
mills muist'i.omlloo to recehe consideration when
presented y plan, siecuatlon, model and SHmplet
lit, Not to weigh over twenty-live pounds.
3d. The grinding mrfacca to be of burr itont,
grooved chilled iron or steel, and the general con
struction of the mill to be analaguu-t to that of a
SJ. Each mill to lie capable of rrlndlnir 60 imund
of line Hour or meal per hour, aud to be capable of
oeutg woraeu uy our diu.
4th. Each mill to be ao oooatrucled, If neceniar),
that It ean be separated Into two parts of equal
weight, ao as to be carried by two men should the
leogthof march, lack of transportation, or fatigue
of the men, or other cauite render It carriage too
lftlaorlouH fur one man.
oth t.noh win io ie capituie oi being aitachea to
a wairontonirue. branch of tree, or stack of musket.
31 tree, a
Inveutor will submit plan sueclflcatlon, or mod
cla of their mills, or sample oi the mill Itself, In the
preseneeof a board of u Ulcers. They will be re
quired to present Indisputable evidence of their
mill combining the essential conditions above
enumerated b causing the milt to be worked In the
presence of the said board.
If a milt be preaented containing all of tho aboi e
conditions, and Its cost bo sutttciently reasonable
In the opinion of the Department to warrant It
turchase, a large number will er) probably be
aught f-r the ue of the arm) .
Vur further Information apply at No. ii'42 U at.,
Washington, U. C. no 38
T H O P O N A I, H .
Dure ait or VAnna awd Docks,
S4th November, 1GC2.
SCALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposals for
building house at Naral Hospital, New York,"
will be received at this office, uutll noon m the
23d day of December, 18GJ. for furnishing all the
materlalaand workmanship required in construct-
Ing a house for a Surgeon, on the Naral Hospital
grounds at Brook t) o. New .ork, according to plans
end specifications which are lodged with the CUil
Lnglneer, and mar be seen on application to him
at the Brooklyn Naiy Yard whUh plans and spe
cltlcatlona will be attached to and form a part of
Fvrm oj Offer,
(Here date the otter.)
1, (here Insert fhe nntne or names composing the
firm,) of (uauie the town,) In the btateof (name the
State,) hereby oiler to furnish under ) our adi ertlse
ment dated (date of ad ertlsement,) aud subject to
all the renulrements of the same, and of the Diana
and specifications to which It refer, all the mate
rials and workmanship necessary for the construc
tion and completion of tho house for a Surgeon at
Ihe Natal Hospital at New lork, According to the
lsns ana specincauons, lor me sum oi tnrre write
he amount In words.) and should in) oiler be ac
cepted, I request Ihe contract may be prepared and
scut to theAavy Agent, at (name the agencj) for
signature and lertlhcaie. (Here the bidder and
each member of the iirm are to sign )
wr7t of uuaranlee,
Tha UDdt?rslened. (name of iruarantor.) of (nsme
the town.) and State of (name the State.) and (name
of second guarantor, fcc.,) hereby undertake that
ine Bixne llSBieu tiirliue wie uiuuirur uiuucrs,j will,
If his or their oiler aa Above be accepted, enter
Into contract with the United States, within fifteen
daji after the date of uotlce, through the post of
nee, oi ine acceptance oi ms tor w.eir j oner oeiore
Witness: (Signatures of guarantors )
I certify that theabote named (here name the
guarantors) are known to me to be good and res
ponsible guarantors In thla case.
(Sinn &t ure 1
To bo signed by the district Judge, district attor
ney, collector, navy agent, or some person known
to the bureau to be responsible.
To guard against otters being opened before the
time appointed, bidden are requested to endorse on
me envelope, auute lue auaress, anil uraw a tine
under the endorsement, thus; ,
"Propotallftr iwrpetTn's Houteai the iWy Yard at
To the Chief of the Bureau of Yard and Docks,
Washington. D. C nov 2-law-lw
ESPECIAL ATTENTION .9 CALLED TO OUR
new atock or Felt and Winter Clothing, Gents
Furnishing Goods, Hats, and Caps.
ae 25 8m Clothiers, No. Mt Seventh street.
D. Q., XmjkiJg tfOYEMBER 27, 1862.
t' '," , . ...J. .1 V"
X ix-lx o i,h,a nVA'xi'fe'
i.- nn-Hf -T i. TT. "i--.7- JVIL.r.
"."-. .m iuiu, unhum iDtuniiar
xna citizens oi wasnington and the'tvwlty;!
nA thM'4lt ,k.l
nanss been sppolntel Sole Agent forth aMebrsted
jr.A x cnsAic Alb jLHdiTXR.
!... .k.. ..'-f-- "ila!"
The superiority ot this Ale is so'weli known thai
is demand lor II htt been rapidly IhdreMlag since
t Introduction Intn thl nllc. ItU.IMbfiMiul
vurriauf,.i ui .nig Al. IS W WCllXBOWl
the demand lor II htt been rapidly Iftdreatleg
Its Introduction Into this city. It It alrasd)
by a large number ol private IsmllM sua District
oIColumbla.1 i i j inoaj-i,
" ' t.a1nia;
. XXX CJtA'AM AiLiM
Is brewed eanrvaalv tar f.tnil - AS-Mnt.i..
none of the deleterious subttaaoaa whlihare to
frequently introdueedloto the meulirasture ol Ale
, ' XXX aXEAit a$
U llAtllGUl&tlV rtwonrtl rrtaatliljtrl tnllA aavaill ..
pleasant toate. t .V
lum-nni lunvrma iron tht ion or atbetits the
XXX Craiun Aid la Inv-kliiaiMai tt. . ....
li lK healthy and vlforoua action
to tht stotaach.
Xxx annAiS j1b
Is hiehlr reeomniMidMl hv Ik E.iiw .f m.ii..,-,-
phla and by the prlnelpal phytlelnihir-Washlsg-w
xxx CllE AX ACS
U put up In pint and quart bottles and saall kefs,
.. ..H...J un.iiuHiauciimin to.any part or tna
city, free pf chanei at it alto the. most superior
quality of Bottled Cider. '
43 and 484 Seventh street,
Basement, opposite r. a
A. N-B. SaX aj, taa luperlor Cider aiwaya on
draught at 4Q and 4S4 Seventh street, Baianent.
OUXt. VZIISI nnn'i
G o o ;d H
Rngllsh hcklea, Chow Chow. etc.
Lester't Wine Bitten! "
Madeira, therry and Port Wines, T,
HolltndGln, ' - ' Q
utaoo. likngtr aod JUflpberrr Srnv,
na winei, rarious brsnda
Jell leu. ' I
Uld Wnllkles. a lirra mtae It In tBaT
An asiortment Catiupa, Canned Oalts,
Potted Meats, Soirpi.ConJernieJ MUk,
Cigars aod Smoking Tobacco,
London Porter and Scotch Ale.
For a ale by -.
n rainariranta avenue,
Opposite Willarda Hotel.
nor 20 l m
rpoiJACCO AND SEGAIl WARSIIOVB K
WHOLCIALE AMD EETAILOEALXn 111
TOBACCO andSEOARS, and MKCRSltAVM PIPES,
vomer cj renntyivanxa avtntts una Sixth tt.t
WASHINGTON, a C r'
Having recently enlarged lay place of laulneaa, I
am now prepared to ontr to the citizens ot Wash
ington the beat brands of Tobacco andSersrs, at
wholesale or retally cheaper thsa can be bought
luinuviv iu tun viij
LA FAYOMTA BUENO,
LA TUSCA, .
Are excellent eraaaa, ana ererf lorer off nod
v.rs are to t.t thm.
Also, Rraoklng Tobacco of all klnua, wholesale
and retail. .
nov JO Ini Cor. Peon. ara. aod SUth st.
Juoor Advocates Orncr,
Waahlngton City, V. C, Nov. 16, 1SC3.
Applications having been made by ladles, to go
to their friends and families to the South, notice is
hereby given that all applicants must make a writ
ten statement to this office, verified by oath, be
tween thta date and the 16th day of December next,
First. The name, age, and residence of the appli
cant. Second. The date when she came within the mil
itary Hues of the United States, for what purpose,
and where she has since resided.
third. The place she desires to go to, and the
purpose or object thereof.
The persons to whom leave may be granted will
be sent with suitable escort from Washington to
the United States lines In Virginia, with such per
sonal enVcta as shall be allowed to pass.
No persou will be allowed to take more than one
trunk or package of female wearing apparel, weigh
ing not o er one hundred pounds, and subject to In
spection) and any attempt or t-fftirt to smuggle con
traband propert) will forfeit tha same, and sutfrct
the party to Imprisonment during the war.
L. C. TURNER.
nov 17 Major and, Judge Advocate.
Edward Kverctt'a Hepy to am Eugllsh
BY POETICAL PVMP.
What have we In America 1
We've wonder great and grandi
We have the essence of tho earth,
The cream of et ery land.
Our mountains are magnificent,
Our rlvera are Immense.
And each man has a kingly it) le,
If not a king' expense.
Our ships are known to all the world)
Ihe farms cannot be beat
Our cities, full of luxury.
Are fatuous for the neat
We'i e oratora and authors, too,
With Intellects of force i
We've railroads scattered et erywherei
And one Professor Morse.
Our girls have beauty, wit, and grace,
1 hev're charmlna. sweet, and iallt
But, then, theyranuf thing we hat e
;i, avna iuu
Is known as great OAK HALL,
Where the fall and winter atock of first-class cloth
ing Is now ready In extra abundance and greatest
variety. All the new-style Ot ercoats, Sacks, Busi
ness Costs, Peg-top Pants, fc , selling at prices so
low that ever) body will buy and be satiaBsd.
J. BRUCE & CO,
No. 44, Seventh atreet near F,
nor 21 -dtdeel Two doora below Smith's.
SEAI.KD PROPOSALS are Invited until the
6th of December, l&tt, for furnishing the Sub
sistence Department with 400 TONS OF HAY In
The nrstdellt ery to be commenced on or about
the 12th of December, and tho whole nuantltv put
In before the rnd of said month.
The Hay to be shipped by wateranddeliveredun
the wharies at Math street, aud weighed In Wash
ington, D. C
Didders must state In their bids the price per 100
pound at which they will furnish the nat.
Firms making bida must state the names or all the
Paj ment to be made In Treasury notes, or such
luitun ti a uutrriiincui utmj naive lor aiSiriDtlllon.
Bids to be directed to Col. A. BECKwitii. a. D.
C. and C. S., U. S. A., and endorsed M Proposals for
us--.)." auv u
TAV COOICK -fc CO
U tt A N K E R 3,
No. 439 Ftneeuth Street,
ARMY AND NAVY BILLS, '
COIN, CURRENCY AND EXCHANQF,
Highest price paid for
GOLD, SILVER, AND OLD DEMAND NOTES.
IHIIZ 18 TO OIVKNOTICK, That the aub
X scrlber has obtained from the Orphana1 Court of
Washington county. In the District or Columbia,
lettera of administration on the pcrsonalestate "
Nicholas anjder, late of Waahlngton county, de
ceased. All persons having clatma against the ssld
deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the t ouchera thereof, to the subscriber, on or
before the eighteenth day of November next; they
may otherwise bylaw be excluded from all benefit
of ssld estate.
Given under my hand thla 18th day of November,
A. D 1863. SARAH 8VNDER,
nov is lawlw Administratrix.
Oft Til RIM It It U'l' il KllM,
O fi'T II K I Br II II OT II K II S ,
a"! PENNIVLVANIA AVENUE,
3 0UT1I WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK,
W SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORICj
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CnOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
And wholesale dealers la
RV-'e AND BOURBON WniSKIES,
RVE'AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
, As well aa ererir rartelf of
UgUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac.,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac.,
And the' best brands of
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS.
Wa alto onr for sale a complete assortment of
FRUITS, MEATS, ke.,
. ' , FRUITS, HEATS, do.,
1 FRUITS, MEATS, We.,
Eaprtttljr put up for camp us..
BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET,
BEST OOOD81N THE MARKET,
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES,
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES,
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES.
S PKMNSYI.VAM1A AVEMUK.
Between Ninth ana Tenth stre.tt.
rp A B I
T E X (III
(A large .Invoice of the above articles are now
being recti red, and for sale by
D. J, BROWN,
No. 8, Washington Building,
Seventh street and Peon, avenue.
SUTLERS TAKE NOTICEI
Teas In V pound packs.
Teas In , 8, 10, 12, U, is and 20 pound boxes.
Canned Tomatoes In 9 dozen boxes.
Canned Peaches In 8 doien boxes.
Pickles la 3 doten boxes.
Gum Drops In XL pound papers.
Gum Drops Io 0 pound boxes.
Raisins in boxes and boxes.
Pepper In 2 ounce papers and In 1 gross boxes.
English Mustard In V pound papers and cans.
English Mustard In )i and 1 gross boxes.
Preserved Cherries in bottles.
Figs In 9H pound drums and pound boxes.
Lemon Sjrup In bottles.
For ssle by
a J. BROWN,
No, f , Washington Building.
Serenth atreet and Penn. avenue,
Washington, D, C.
no 6 '
ft Hi TUB OPPICEH8 OP THE AIIMY,
Just arrived, by direct Importation per steamer
Fulton, from Europe, a very fine and large aasort
ment of Marine, Opera, Field Glasses, and Tele
scopes, which I will sell a t ery little above the
cost lo Paris. As to the qualities, there are none
superior to be had, having been selected purposely
for this market. Also, a large and welt-assorted
stock oi Opera Glasses, Microscopes gold, ajlrer,
and steel Spectacles and Eye Glasses, suited to the
sight by the use of an Optometer. A considerable
number of certificates to be seen at my office, from
gentlemen who have been suited at my establish
425 Penntyhania avenue, bttvxen our-ond-a-hai
and Sixth ttrettt.
JHy EUtabltetunent Is up etatre.
Olaius fitted to tuit. Tho trade supplied.
Oct 10 ly
.4 PPLICATIONS for Duplicate Lund
Application having been made under the act of 23d
June. I860, for the reissue of the Land Warrants
described herein, which are alleged to have been
lost or destroyed, notice Is hereby given that, at
the date fallowing the description of each warrant,
a new certificate of like tenor will be Issued If no
valid ofaiection should then annesr.
No. SO, les, for 100 acres, Issued under the act of
March. 1650, In the name of Rachel, widow of Thos.
Meredith, aod was granted March 2, l8o Decem
ber 0, IBt.
No. 92,109, for 120 acres. Issued under the act of
March, IBM. In the name of Arnold Harrington, and
waa granted September 11, 1857 January 4, 1BS3.
No. Bi,404, for IW acres, Issued under the act of
March, 1806, In the names of the minor children of
nJAsain a. JUCVllIar, UrOFABVU, ABU WAS BTAUIVU IAI.
No. 100,647, for 100 acres, Issued under the act of
March laoo, in the name of Ansel Allen, and was
ranted March 12. 1862 Januarv 16. 1863.
No. 100,860, for too acres, Issued under the act ot
marcn, ihoo, in ine name oi Hacnci, wmow oi uco.
Harner, and was granted January 6, 18tt- February
JOSEPH 1 1. BARRETT,
Id conseoueneeof the lownesaof the water In
the General Reservoir It will be necessary, unless
great economy of water Is practiced, for the Gov
ernment soon to shut off the supply to citizens en
tirely. All persons are, therefore forbidden to use the
hydrantson Pennsylvania avenue, or on any streets
or at enues under the care and supervision of the
Commissioner of Public Buildings, for watering Ihe
streets or pavements, or for any private purpose
And all persons using the water are urgrntly so
licited to be as economical In its use as possible.
D B. FRENCH,
sep so Commissioner of Public Buildings.
200,000 Domestic Segars, consisting of Seed and
Seed and Havana ofthe best quality, put up in
most de.lrable stjles, for sale at unusually low
100,000 Imported Havana Segars, comprising tLe
choicest brands in the market, Juat received and
for sals at
no 13 OSTHEIM BROTHERS.
tiflOPOSAU. WmOATSAWP CORW.
Corner isth and O streets.
Us .til. .1 i aaisv a anti
SEA LI D PROPOSALS' Will ha nMl.nrTal thin
offlae until THURSDAY.the4thdayofIieeenibef.at
13 o'clock M.. for funilshlng the (Jovernment with
V?5! !wo hundred thousand bushels of Oats aod
tOiXOM) two hundred thousand bushels of old shell-
The Oats to be of a good merchantable quality,
put up In bars of about two bushels each.
Sacks to be furnished without extra charge to the
The Corn to be of a good merchantable quality,
put up in bags of abouf two bushels eah. "
rJ rUia.bnre?1red wlfht at (64) flftv-slx
pounds to the nuaheL '
Seeks to be furnished without extra eharge to ta
Delivery to be made loUe city of Waahlngton,
within (2-5) tweety-Ove dayafroaa the date of the
ProBosala will be received for (60,000) fifty thou
sand bushels of Oats and upwards, and for (50,000)
flftr thoasand bushels of Corn and upward.
The propositiona for the Oata and Corn sssuf be
?Vri2!TCtMvatt4ntlr,JdItI"t from and
lndepevdea. of each other.
The full name and post offlceaddteesof the Udder
must appear In the proposal.
If a bia ic made in the nam of a Arm. tha ammee
ofall the parties must appear, or the bid will be
considered as the Individual proposal of ths partner
Proposals from disloyal parties will not be con
sidered, and AN OATH Or ALLEOIAMCB MVST ACCOM
fAMr EACH HOrOSITIOK.
Proposals must be addressed to Colonel D. IL
Rucker, Quartermaster U. sj. Army, Washington,
D. G, and i should be plainly marked "Propoasi's for
Oats and Corn."
" . GUARANTEE,
It be awarded to him, must be guarantied by two res
ponsible persona, whoa signatures must be appea-
aeo to ine guarantee.
The resDonslbllttv of the nuNtiiiiH mrt Ka.
shown by tha oflleit certlflcste of the clerk of the
nearest District Court, or of the United States Dis
Bidders must bo present la person when the bids
are opened, or their proposals will not be consld-
Bond equal In amount to half the sum to be re
ceived on the contract, aimed br the eontrArtor And
w ' Wj guarantors, will be required of the siw-
arp.aua vuiua;i ujwu -UBUinf; 1HV OOnirSCT.
As the bond must accompany the contract, It will
be necessarr for the bidders tn hs iaair ht-.nr.a-
men with them, or to hare bonds signed In anticipa
tion and ready to be produced when t be contract Is
.Wanks for bonds can be procured upon appllca-
vumua Ht-Hw-M (uisDaiiee, eimcrpersonauy, or
letter, or by telegraph.
Form of Guareafee.
We, , of the county of , and State of
, and . of the county of -, and state
w. ao Hereby guarantee that - la able to
fulfil a Contract In accordatnf with tha ta-trmti nt hi.
proposition, and that, should his proposition be
vvrixwaiiii-iit-iwi enter inio a conirsci ia
ouw the contract be awarded him, we are pre-
atcTai iw vcvuiua Ulaj ntsvuTalaCSW.
iTothlB ruarailtftamilBt ha nnnrtaMt tianfflrlnl
certificate above meatloaed.) -
lNSrECTION. DELIVERY. Sin.
All Oata and Corn contrAetaMl far unrla-trtM. uL
venisemeni wui Derigiajy inspected, and such aa
do not prove of a good sound merchantable quality
will be rejected.
Parment to be made unon tha eAmnlstiAn of tha
contract, or so soon thereafter aa the Depot Quar
termaster shall be in funds.
Any informality in the bid, or non-conformance
With the terms of thla AdvM-tlMmmt. will mMtrs.
um luniiuu aji uiaj urvpOaUU.
one of tho Oovenuoeat Wharves in tho city of
The Depot Quartermaster retervee to himself the
ngns io nsecf any or aji dms mat he may deem too
U. H. HULSUvH,
Colonel and Depot Quartermaster.
nov J dtD4
HAHD ADVAHCB OP THE ARMY,
---" ana aoiwers axe crying up the great advance
of clothing, but we are selling at a small advance
on old prices. We have a large stock on hand, and
are selling them off to make more room, for we
bat e a vttj large stock of Clothing at our manufac
tory, and are now running off our stock at less
than wholesale prices to make room. We bare ai
waya been fighting against high prices, and shall
continue to do so. Mr. SMITH la In the market all
the time, and la enabled to furnish our store with
a superior stock, and we cannot be undersold by
anyone. We hare the means to sell cheap, and
are determined to do It at
SMITH A BEALL'S,
No. 3fll Seventh street,
nor 21-dtjanl Near K street.
eye amd kau.
NOISES IN THE HEAD.
Affections of the THROAT.
DISEASES OF THE AIR PASSAGES.
These maladies are txclusltely and successfully
DR. VON MOSCHZISKER,
OCVUST AMD AUBIIT,
221 Penn. avenue, opp. WlUarda'.
O" Numeroua Testimonials can be examined at
bis office, from cltltens of Washlnrton.
Cr"All surgical operations to restore SIGHT
anu ncAitinu penormra. nor iu im
TO THE PUBLIC
(1 0 H I. I N (J
(Formerly of New York,)
Haa the Name and Fame of being one of
THE BEST XESTAVRAXTS IX TOWX
CrCle us a trlaL and judge for yourself.-
Everything in the House Is of the
BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
Don't forget the number,
aT Pennsylvania avenue,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets.
mar 10 South side,
T" K W INVENTION
ARTIFICIAL CLEOPLASTIC BONK TFETH,
without metal plate or clasps, by
DR. S. 11. BIQESMONI),
010 Broadway, New York) and 9oO Penn. avenue,
between Twelfth end Thirteenth sts ,
WASlirWOTON, D. C,
Calls the attention of the public to the following
advantages of hla Improved s stem:
1st. The teeth of his manufacture will never cor
rode nor change color by any adds, and ate three I
fourths lighter than any other.
2d. No teeth nor roots need be extracted, as the
art.tkial onea can be Inserted ot er them.
Id. The roots will be made toottenslt e and nerer
4th. No temporary teeth are needed, aa permanent
ones can be made Immediately, thereby preserving
the natural expreaslon ofthe face, which, under
the old sj stem, Is frequently disfigured
Ath. This work haa been fullv tested, for over five
years, by many of the first chemists and physicians
of this and the old country.
Dr. S. haa also Invented a white lodestructltle
metal filling, with which the auoat sensitive teeth
can be filled without pain, and can build up a ner-
ICCf AOUUU IsJUIIi UU ntaajr S1UV rums, w ni en Will 11
Dr. Doremus, Professor or Chemlstryi Hon. A
Mann, Jun.t Capt. Crebtree, ice President of the
j-migraiion LDnipauy oi new iotai nun. uuit
tvane,oi ine supreme tour
C.i and thouaanda of others.
Wa) ne, of tha Supremo Court, of V) ashlagtoa, D
aau tnouaanoa oi oiners.
all and examine for yourselrrs nor l-lm
CAMP STOVER I
CAMPSTOVFSM , .. ....
Wearenow m an u fact u rind CAMP, COOK and
HEATING STOVfcS, which we will sell by Ihe
doten or hundred ss cheap aa ther can be bought in
Baltimore. " -" a ,
S3! rena. arraua,Dear Tth autt.
a trxatrinij-ia. "T
Oatlaqaarc,ttirMdaja f- ..'... $1.00
OM toaara, foar dara t ..); ,.' -;r sat;
ua.)aar,airaaara .-...,., f
On4aiaara,sU4sTS I U . .' i . I
avrcTT oukt dar M twtlanw pit, arty par
nt additional. ' t '
One -tmst adrsnsa anrats ctar(an aa n
J9r bah Itucrtloii j i
Bfhl line or lea r attltata (qoara.
Adrartlaannts taoa'l ba kaa lad In b nln.
o'clock p.m. i
rrar,APD ro"m tcau otn.
OF CHOICE OTORTCr ORAPE,-
rOR PHTSl'SANr CIE,
Tor . It esuts; IVtshss. ml Invalid.
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S baIibbbaIibbbbbbbbbbP aIibbbbbbaIms.
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n -kaTanttar vaytntar
Celebrated In Eujom for le saedkinal and benefit '
cial qoalitlee aa a mut S sssmlauL Toale, Diuretic,-
and SitdoHa,aijrr-Nt4 tamed bj cnlarat phyal
eians, used la Furopean m& Asm least lloepitals.
Ana iTT BOAse m mm sum sssaiiits im tMivm ua.
as a nnic,
II has no equal, eaustms; appel It and building
up the system, being estl arty a pu re wine of a most
AS A DIUJUCT1C,
It Imparts a healthy atl of the Glande and Kid
neys, and Urinary Organs tery ba rfldal In Dropsy
Gout, and Rheumatle asTi ttious.
tsoota mlatnre or mai.ufctuMd article, but la
pure, from the Juice of fhe Fmtugal Sambucus
grape. cultlTated la New Jersey, recommended by
Chemists aavd rbysicUae sa posAet slag aaedlcal pro
pertlea superior to aay O'arr Wlar In use, and an
excellent article for all weak earf debilitated p-tr-sons
and the aged and ta -trm. tms roving the appe
tite and benefiting ladies sad chil Irrn.
Beeausa It will not lata eate aa ithcr wlaee. ae It
contains no mixture of bits or rt her liquors, and
is aamirea for us nc, pe miiar s ror, ana aainurs
Fropertlee. Impartlag a h mlthv time tothodlgeeu
re organs, and a blooming, toft, and healthy ski a
A Srw weil-kao wm geatlrmeu aaf physicians who
Gov. Moffat. N.Y. State
Dr.W ud, Newark, N. J.
Dr Dr ugherty, Newark
Dr. M srcyaNcw York.
iWa rarssr, n, .ii
ark. If. J
ur. r ust, rnuaa'a.
will, out tho ilgnatnreof
rkXD SPEXJn. Paaaale. V. J. In over the cork
For sale by Druggists sad all sust-class Dealers.
A. SPIER, Proprietor.
V iitT a no- Paaaal. h ew Jere ry.
Or net 309 Broad w at . New 1 ork.
JbHN LI FOr. Parts,
nor a ly Agent f sr Frtuw a aad Germany.
TUIT THT OCR HCV STOCK OP
tl aothltagrromtlkelaple'e C loUlmt store, No,
AM SeremU. street, sver F. Th vr out-wear any-
thlng you can buy and II ey are s old so ehean
J II. SMITH'S.
No. 4k Sevesit l street, near F,
I would swlrlae all to ct sac aad bur their Clotl.tor
at SMITH!, No. 440 Sev-ath atr t.
It you are wis you w n some to SM1T1T9, Nn.
4M Seventh street, syear r.oppodte Oty Post Ot
flee, to buy your Clo'tOag, lUrnlshlntf Goods,
Trunks, Hate, aad Cape.
The PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORE, No. 4W
Seventh atreet, lathe bitptset In town to buy
yoor Clothing, Furalah ac to Is, Trunks, Hat.
and Cape. J. It. SMITH fc CO., Clothiers, 46
Call soon aad aeeour i-ew ste. st of Fall and Win
ter Clothing, which we aIU sg st very low prl
eee. at the lFU?Lirs LIaJTIIImJ STORE. No. 4CO
Serenth street, near F,
Great attraetlome at N a 44 m venth atreet. New
stock of Uothlag Just a rived. od selling at our
usual low prlea. J. H SMITH CO , Clothien,
No. 4o seventh strert.e 1 curnH-r Tweatleth street
and Peon, avenue.
Great bargalas la C. thing, rurnlahlng txxxls.
Hats, Cai-s, BaMts, and Stioee, on the corner of
Twentieth street aad r am. avenue.
SMITH av CO, Clothi. vs. rirstward. cor Twea
tleth atreet and Pransylraalaa reoue, is thee heap
est place In town to w y yow Fall aad Inter
Call at the First Wad llotilng store aaJ get
your Fall and Winter Cethlag. Hals, Cape, Boots,
Sa'ITII A O, Clothiera,
Ctor. Twea'lethstieel aad Penn. ar.
FIRST WARD CLOTHING HOUSE, corner of
Tweatlethstreet and Pisuuflvinia avenue.
Tou can bay your il -thin-. Hate, Caps, Boots,
and shoeecheap, corn, rot Twentieth street and
ATTKXTIOX. 4a.DlSAH ASU SUT
taCH.H llavtag net ro nplrted our assort
mrnt otCasnp Fumltur- we irould now respect
fully Invite the attentat a of soldiers and Sutlers.
Our Assortment compel wa la part the following
Camp goods, vtit
Camp Chests for mes ef fro. t four to six. Camp
Tables, Camp Stools, Ca aplot i, Camp Mattresses,
with all other articles o'Catar. Furniture calcula
ted to make a soldier emof able. All of which
will be sold at the very ewet rash price nt
C RLL.N k. WILLIAMS,
au 21 Iti. 09S trveni I street, comer D.
METIIIXd J. K V .
Now is the time to bt your Tall Clothing, at No.
4M Seventh street twin cjom An find all the latest
stvle goods, at Northe ptlcel
Holhol for Seventh -treet. No 440. A large In
voice of Clothing, at vt ry low prices. No. 4SO Sev
enth street, near F.
A new way to save G4dt faiy your Clothing at
No. 4tO Serenth atreet, "ppoel w Post Offlre, at 10
per cent, below tho a atket price. In Treasury
Smith's, No. 4CB Srrei th rt eet, IS the cheapest
house In town lo buy rour nothing. Furnishing
Goods, Trunks, Hats, a J Ca a
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I. O A N ,
THT.Vrr 1 EAR S X PEA CEST. BONDS
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(Aair. Fil iVrwIiti.")
The CUC PON BONDS In sums of SM, Sloo, fluo,
The REGISTI RED Bi DS on sums of SW, S)I(M,
tfiud, fiM-. aal Auu,
( iftJa-TTsf remabrno tf mt letV tt-V
ros til i at pa sr
JAT COOKjr. . O llAstkerA,
453 sV-i4 afrrcf-
CucarcsT tlot ssuh rrr Skctritt
now tn the k tract
f-werrsf fy mid n-ann'tailf
Is euuivaleat. st reseat price of culm, lo
a pin Ca T in rurrency
O OH KAUtV IT I II tou do not, call at
SMITH A BrALJS,N. 361 Seventh street
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aniwi,Bw, r--., v.uv, -
ing from tbrm, as they sell tieap.
MrfH k BEALL,
No. l Vieataslreet,
Near K street.
nor 21 aider I
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Book. IhsI la rrrilTiuk.y, Morocco,
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