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To-da; 1 wt apsrt bj our municipal anthor
ltis a, day cfthana-sglTlng and praise. Thl'
Is .Urns-honored New England custom, and
w. are (ltd to im It obserred here.
Our Fnrltsn New England ancestors menbf
prayer, end men of filth, who landed from the
Mijnower, Dec. SO, 1620, after belngcarrled
through a long and tedlona winter, 1)J the
bleiilng of Ood, and after latere sscrldces and
trlali, and, alio, after recelTlng aid from home
and hamttlng the fruits of the earth which
thejiUled, thought It meet and proper to recog
nlze the hand of a bounteous Providence In all,
appointed at thla partlcnlar aeaaon a day pf
thanksgiving ana prilte. since mat time tne
New England people hare nut failed to recog
nize thli cnitom. It Is time with them of
good thlngi, In the nape of dinners, of family
reunions, and of religious services.
Let ns at this time, while onr country Is In
trouble, remember the Ood of our fathers, who
Carried them through U trials, that He may
preserve us, their children and the Institutions
they gave us, that we may be able to transmit
them, unimpaired, to onr children.
It Is proper that we should observe this day
with devont thanksgiving. '
"Happy la that people whoso Ood Is the
Lord." ' .
EMANCIPATION IX MUOUBI.
The St. Louis Democrat makes an earnest ap
peal to the country, to redeem, as regards Mis
souri, the nttlonal pledge given In the resolu
tion adopted by both branches of Congress In
March last, to assist pecuniarily such of the
States as shall abolish slavery during the pen
dency of the present civil war. It Is not doubt
ful, we think, that the pledge then given will
be redeemed with ample good faith, to the ex
tent of the power of the Republican party to
control ihe result. But It Is to be considered
that this power may not be as great In the next
Congress as It is In the present one.
'What Congress Is pledged to do, Is to pay to
the States abolishing slavery, such sums, to be
disposed of at the discretion of the States re
ceiving thsm, as may be regarded as a fair
equivalent for the "public and private Incon-
venlsnces " which may attend so considerable
a change of social system. How far the monies
so paid shall be appropriated to compensating
loyal owners of slaves, or bow far to colonising,
educating, or establishing In proper homes or
pursuits, the slaves to be liberated, are ques
tions which can be best determined by the com
munities immediately concerned. What may
be wis In one State, may not be so In another.
The shortest est to a solution of the slavery
question in Missouri, would be to Include it
within the operation of the President's procla
mation of Sept. 22. We admit, frankly, that It
requires a liberal construction to bring the case
within the terms of the proclamation, and yet
the President may feel Impelled to do It, by a
decided expression from the loyal portion of the
people of Missouri.
At any rate, where there Is a will, there Is a
way, and with an emancipation majority In the
Legislature of that State, and with a hearty dis
position In the President and Congress to co
operate, It will be strange If the troublesome
and treasonable remnant of slavery In Missouri
cannot be disposed of.
We copied, the other day, an article from the
New York Timet, exulting over the fallnre of
the prophecies of the Richmond newspapers,
that the loss of Southern commerce would be
followed by mobs In New York, under the ban
ner of "Bread or Stood" And undoubtedly
It would be easy to show that the delusion of
the dependence of the North upon cotton was
very general and very strong at the South, and
It la very pleasant to contrast with this delusion
the actual event of the prosperity of the free
States, not perceptibly affected by the loss of
the particular trade which v as said to consti
tute the whole of It.
But If Southern Ignorance of the resources of
the North waa most dense and profound, North
ern Ignorance of the resources of the South
waa not less so, so far as it Is fair to Infer such
tgnorance from the general tone of Northern
newspspers, and Is fsr more unaccountable and
Inexcusable. The people of the North are com
mercial, and need not have looked outside of
their accustomed business and markets to know
how preposterous was the Idea, so favorite a one
with their editors, of starving the South Into sub
mission. They know In New Tork that Virginia
raises wheat to sell, Just as well as they know
that plneapplea come from the West Indies, and
there Is not a town on tide water In New Eng
land where the cheapness and abundance of
North Carolina corn are not perfectly familiar
to common experience. Wheat from Charles
ton, slnee the railroads from thst point hare
reached Upper Georgia and Eastern Tennessee,
Is an article found as regnlsrly In New York as
rum from St. Croix. That cattle run wild In
Florida and Texas, and that the last named
State Is pre-eminently a farming region, so fsr
as natural capacity goes; these, and many other
facts, all demonstrating the Immense food-pro
ducing resources of the South were known by
trade and travel, and without resort to books or
Bnt everything seemed to be forgotten as soon
as this war broke out, and the more monttrons
the mis-ststement about the condition of things
In rebeldom, the more certain It has seemed of
enjoying currency and credit.
ths nuEirnnrr' ntocuui atiow.
The New York ITorW, the txnrloMd orvi of
the pro-slavery looofocolsnt oMhe North, ago;
nisei with an lntenw'ferotHy ,on IhVPresji
dent's emancipation; proclamation I It pre-.
enta a compound 9lifmmmmmm wiwii.
Jif JVm one' with 'characteristic conv
mingling of "sound and fury signifying no
thing." Its argument Is bosh I but Its animus
is diabolical r - " -
It asserts whst It csnnot prove, and predicts
for the country scenes such as will, In their
horrors, appall the stoutest hearts, unless the
President shall annul his proclamation, the
scenes of San Domingo and St. Bartholemew's
will be tame In comparison with theawfui
tragedies which will be enacted In our South
The shameless mendacity and outrageous
principles which govern the conduct of this
Journal, since It sold Itself for a price, are pa
tent to all. If the conductors or tnia sneei
know anything, they know that the carrying
out of the President's proclamation Is the only
course left for the country to prevent urrtU in
turrection. The raoers Inform ns thst some forty-three
hundred slaves are to be sent to Blchmondto
work on the fortlnatlons. Suppose these slsrea
escape to our lines, the IforW, of course, would
have us send them bsck to their masters I
Other slaves are at work raising cotton, tobac
co, rice. etc.. so that their masters and masters
sons can hare time to go to the war and ahoot
down Northern aoldlerawho are lighting for the
Union. These, too, must be sent back. Ac-
cordlngtothe World's Idea, It will not do to
give these slaves their freedom. It will if ad
to atrrUe Insurrection 1 It will be unconsuiu.
The rebellion In the South, according to this
Worldlv philosopher, Is to be suppressed by
shooting the white men In arms there, and by
assisting the non-comhatanta to hold their
" neg)cri." In short, the progress of the Fed
eral army Into the South la only a grand negro
hunt. All the forces of this mighty Govern
ment, navel and military, are pledged to pro
tect and maintain hnman slavery Intact In the
revolted States 1 1 Let the South clutch at our
liberties let them trample the Constitution of
our country In the mire of the streets let them
shoot down our eons, and mock at our patriot
ism, still we must light them In a way not to
barm their peculiar Institution t we must be
careful to return their negroes I The South Is
lighting for slavery we mult light for slavery
too I This Is the logic, this ths humanity, and.
Unit the Christianity of suehrreiUum as him of
THK McDOWKIA COTJKT OF ITWJmY.
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IVlta.sM. Ua Each CasejDy.ej,
The court met yesterdsy at 111 o'clock.
Tin. nmoredlnra of the orevlons dav'a ses
sion were read by Recorder Lieut. Col. Felouie
The court having the day previous requested
Oen. McDowell to recommend aome definite
plan of procedure, together with the names of
the witnesses, he yesterdsy read to mo conn
the following elaborate paper, when tne room
was cleared, and the subject considered with
WismsoTOH, Nov. So, IMS.
with trrnce to the lntlmstionthat I ahould
submit In writing, for the consideration of the
court, a " plan of Investigation," I beg to state
as followsj ...
r w aTinalnted a brlradler eeneral In the
army on the 14th or May, 1M1, and a major
feneral of volunteers on (tie 14th of March,
Under the former commission I was In com
mand of the right bank of the Potomac, In the
thn nnartment of N. E. Ylrclnla. and retain
ed that command under Lieut. Gen. Scott until
superseded lv Major uenerai ucuieiian. coon
after, the military department of Washington
and K. E. Virginia belnz supplied. I was given
the command of a division In the Army or the
Potomac, which I retained until promoted to
thriof the First Army Corps, Army of the PoJ
My next command was inst or ins Depart
ment of the Raopshannock. which was created
on the 4th of April, 1801, and had for lta limits,
Virginia, Between me roiomac ana me Aquia,
Fredcrlckabnrg '& Richmond railroad on the
east, and the Blue Ridge on the west,
and so much of Maryland as la between
the Patuxent and the Potomac, Including the
District of Columbia and the city of Washing
ton. This commsnd wss exercised under the
orders of the Wsr Department and the Presi
dent. It waa retained until Suppressed, togeth
er with the Mountain Department, commanded
by Major General rremont, and the Department
of the Shenandoah, commanded by Major Oen.
Banks, and all the troops In each consolidated
Into the Army of Virginia, under Major Gene
ral Pope. InthlsarmylcommandedtheSccond
Army Corps up to the 0th or last September,
when I was relieved to undergo this Investigation.
The details of the disaster of the battle of
Bull Run of July 21, 1801, where I commanded,
having become fully known to the country,
(having been Investigated by a joint committee
or congress, J ana l Having aince oeen appoint-
oy lue oeu-
Fbom inc Fkost. By a special dispatch to
the Srpubllcan It will be aeen that Jackson Is
not In Richmond. There are still many rebels
prowling about this region of Virginia In the
immediate front of Washington. It is believed
that they will not find Slgel sleeping. Old
Stonewall may find hla match yet.
Get. McDowxu. We lay before our readers
a full report of what tranaplred before the court
of Inquiry yesterday, In the case of Major Gen
We give the Oeneral'a atatement, and plan of
Investigation proposed byhlm,tr6arffn,'aa It
was tsken by our reporter on the spot, It la a
well considered and succinct paper, and It will
be seen from it that the General does not shrink
from a thorough Investigation Into the conduct
of his several campalgna. It will be aeeu, also,
that he proposes to summon several able and
patriotic officers to attend upon this investiga
tion, and to give testimony thereon. None
can have a mere hearty wish than ourselves to
eee Gen. McDowell fully vindicated.
07" The military commission In Gen. Fltt
John Porter's case baa been dissolved, and a
court martial Instituted, which will convene to
Nrw CosNTuniTS. Tens upon the Union
Bank, Newport, R. I., were detected In this city
yesterday by the cashier of the Bullion Bank.
Vlg. large X in centre boy wlthaheaf of grain,
lower right corner; Vulcan, aurrounded by fac
tory, machinery, and railroad cars In distance,
In upper left corner.
StsiTon Wuxmson AMD TBI Ikduks or
Munition. Senstor Wilkinson had an Inter
view with the President yesterday In relation to
the Indiana of Minnesota, who had been con
victed of participation In the recent Indian
massacres In that State, and sentenced to be
hnng. He Insisted upon having them all
promptly executed, and said that such was the
universal demand of the people of Minnesota.
The President declined to commit himself in re
gard to the matter.
Number or Bids in tbi Hospitals, and
HosriTAL Scrruis. The ndmber of beds In
the hospitals of the country Is estimated to be
between eighty and ninety thousand. These
beds, complete, cost $42.00 each.
The hospital supplies at present on hand In
the medical department, are said to be sufficient
to supply 000,000 men for three months.
Westmihster Review. We hsve received
the October number from Hudson Taylor. It
has articles upon the British Sea Fisheries, the
Hallway System, Ideea Napollenes, &c, Ac.
The political article Is a review of Professor
Carnes's new work upon the slave power In
America. As a whole, It Is an unusually In
Radicals. Who and what Is a radical?
This term, If It means anything In the popular
aense, or, perhaps, we should ity In political
parlance, means that the man w ho opposes pop
ular wrong or evil, and goes for its immediate
removal, is a radical.
For Illustration! If we may take our neighbor
of the AVer as as exponent ot the doctrine of
radicalism, those who went for the abolition of
slavery In this District before that bill
paissd by Congress, were radicals. Those who
believe In It, now that It Is done, are conserva
tives. Again, those who entertain opinions
coincident with those of the President, In respect
to compensated emancipation In the border
Statu, are radicals, and will be held as such
till thlsls a fixed fact) then they win alio be
conservatives. Thli Is the Star't logic. By
and by, when the doctrine of the President Is
carried out In all the States upon the basis of
his proclamation, those In harmony with this
action will become conservatives Now they
are radicals. Thus it always is
" For humanity sweeps onwsrd, wbers to-Jsr the
On ths morrow crouches Judas with the silver in
tor la trout the cross stands rssdjr, and the
cracknel fstots burn,
While the hooting mob of yesterdsy in silent awe
.To (Inn up thl sacred ashes Into history's roll
en urn "
Foreign Seed. -Onrconsul at Nice, the Hon.
Win. Blade, has been directed by Commissioner
Newton to forward to this country a quantityof
the best wheat lu Southern France. Our min
ister at Stockholm has also been Instructed to
send a supply of black oats for seed and onr
consul at Ravel, Russia, a supply of Russian
rye of supei lor quality.
FtAMiMxo Suxoeoics ArroiKTiD, The fol
lowing examining aurgeons have been appoint
ed by the Commissioner of Pensions i
George F. Wbodwsrd, W. M. Chsmberlaln,
Morgan Snyder, Albert M. Helmer, and George
B. Upham, all of New York- O. P. Wood, Ell
K. Crothers, D. W. Hunt, all of Illinois) and
J. G. Koculer, of Pa.
SlCCISirCL CCLTDSE Or lMEE gr-OAB.-
The Agrlcultnral Bureau has received gratifying
intelligence of the cultivation of Imphee sugar.
One agriculturalist reports that he has produced
duiln tl,o past season about 8,000 pounds.
MiRWE Ei.oii.es. The Commissioner or In
ternal Revenue has decided that a marine en
gine Itself, as built Into and forming a part of
the vessel. Is not regarded as a manufacture,
nor subject to taxation under the law. There
are, however, articles used which are In them
eelves manufactures, and which are known to
sommerce as such; these are, of course, subject
to taxation, and should be assessed as other
manufactures. If the builder or a marine en
gine Is himself Ihe manufacturer of an article
used In the structure, as a stesm pump or cop
per pipe, be becomes liable, as msnufscturer,
whenever there Is a removal for sale or con-
.1 -.. Ska TJvaaManr anrl nr9H miarl
te, major general, I hire not thonght It no
ceti-fcry to nt iuo court iu uu.b up uiai cam
paign, and for the further reason that It would
tax beaTlly their time, and extend their Inrei
tlgatlon lntoqoestlona for which, at this dis
tance of time.' It would be difficult to bring
together the necesiary witnestea. If, hoireTer,
the court wish or should think U proper. I am
ready to go also Into that fact of my military
Bui, wunoui secKing 10 limit ine court, or
wishing to limit J myself. If, hereafter, It should
seem aarlsable to extend the Investigation, I do
sot propose now to stop to go further back
than shall be necessary to bring before the
court, so much or my conduct as a general omen-,
as has been under mr commission as a ma
jor general this to take in such events as had
Commeiiceu dciuix, sou were paBitug wucu mat
commission was conferred.
The question which stands forth prominently
In this case and which may be assumed as the
chaiy. to which all tne otner points can ne re
garded as $pcflcationif Is that of trtaton."
Knowing of no specific act, none haying been
charged, I hire the difficult task of proTlng (he
negative. By direct proof this tsf of course,
Impossible and the only way I know of doing
sols by such evidence as shall cause Innocence
to be Inferred.
It was with this In view that I wrote to the
President the letter now before the court, and
asked an investigation on sucn points as wotua,
If the result of the Investigation were favor
able, leave no doubt to my prejudice. In addi
tion, therefore, to the question of my general
conduct as an executive and administrative of
ficer, I have asked Inquiry to be made on these
points I supposed many have bad In the minds
of others, such being on the main question as
First. An Investigation of my correspond
ence with (he enemy's commanders, or with
any within the enemy's lines.
If the present limitation I have Indicated be
adopted, the only correspondence I am aware
of was that with the secession commander op
posite Fredericksburg, which my chief of staff,
Col. Schrtver. can produce. If It Is wished to
go back to my command of the Department of
.Nortneastern Virginia, tnere will do round some
correspondence with the secession command
ers at Manassas, and which was forwarded at
the time to the headquarters of the army.
i Know oi no corresponaence, unless u ue
with Mrs. Robert E. Lee and Mrs. Fltzhugh.
who wrote from Richmond on some personal
matters, in Jnne and Jul v. 1861. and whose let
ters, with my replies, were forwarded at the
time to tne ueaaquaners oi tne army, anu are,
I suDDose. now In the War DeDartment.
2d. An Investigation of my conduct and the
pollcv pursued bvme towards the Inhabitants
of the country occupied by our troops with refer
ence to themselves or their property.
This matter has been severely commented
upon throughout the country and In both
Houses of Congress, and may possibly have
had much to do with the charge of treason.
As to my conduct towards the Inhabitants
with reference to themselves, I wish to offer my
general orders concerning rape, robbery, pil
lage, and those concerning the Interference with
the railroads and telegraphs, and the testimony
of Brig. Gen. Caffrey, Col. Schriver, and Mat. J.
As to mv conduct towards the Inhabitants and
their property, I wish to offer my general orders
and Instructions concerning contributions and
the taking of supplies, and the form of certtfl
catetobeglven for supplies taken, and as to
the particular case of a Mr. Hoffman , whose
fences were ordered to be guarded, and which,
with all the fences around the wheat fields, or
(h T .iu lu-na. -vl-1-.l. I.b-1 h. -I.hii.iI -nil
H. nvij UVIMV. nuiVH UWtU.HIUl.llUJlllWI
were oraerea 10 oe repieeea, l wisn tne testi
mony of Brig. Oen. IUupt, Col. Schriver, and
laeui. 101. x. juyer aa 10 wnemer or not i
have been faithful to those Disced over me I
For ao much of my service aa was under him
and partlcnlarly with reference to the events
which Immediately preceded the embarkation
of the bulk of the army ror the Peninsula, and
tne plans, sc, ao lar as may oe necessary,
which led to that campaign. I wish the testl.
mony or MaJ. Gen. McClellan, Gov. Denlson,
or Ohio, Gen. Wadsworth, and Col. Key, Aid-de-Camp.
For 10 much of my aervlce aa waa under him,
I wish the testimony of Major Gen, Pope,
and or Brigadier General Roberts, Gen. Welch,
Col. Ruggles, A. A. G-, and Col. Bchrlvei, xc.
And If the court see lit to go back that far,
that of Idem. General Scott, by deposition, for
I should dislike to trouble him with a disagree
able Journey, ror so mnch or my service as waa
4th. As to whether 1 have failed throuirhanv
unworthy personal motives, to go to the aid of,
or aend reinforcements to, my brother com
manders. I wish inquiry made aa to whether, whilst In
command of the Department of the Rappahan
nock, I did or not, ao far at my means and In
structions permitted, operate so as to aid, or
endeavor to aid, Major Gen. McClellan, In his
campaign In the Peninsula t Whether or not
I was active, aealous, and efficient In the dis
charge of the duties of my command, In pre
paring aid ror this object,
i Whether or not I rt-fused, neglected or failed
to go to him before Richmond when I had my
forces at Fredericksburg ? And ir so, why T
Whether or not, at the last moment, I lea
Fredericksburg for the Valley ol the Shenan
doah, to avoid coming under Major General
jucv.icuau a tuiuuiniiu I
tary of Wari Major General McCleUan, and
otheraiand the testimony of Brigadier General
Wadsorthf JdaJorTUlson,Mataartllle-y Col.
LyleNlnetleth PeaMiylvjnla volunteer!, and
colonel Blame, niry---i-i in,nnu ,
teatoh lnoulrv to be. msd J as! to whether.
whe)irdered to ccMperaUvklsWor eeneral
FretJont, for the reHW oi saw ueaerai nana,
I took active measures to do so. ' y X
On this I have to inbmlt my official corre
spondence, and wish the evidence of Brigadier
Generate RlcketU, Hartsnir, lTaupt, and Col.
Schriver. , -3ti" V""S.
I wish Inquiry made as to whether, In the
1st army of Vlrglnls, I at any time neglected
or failed to go to the aid of, or aend relnforce
mante to either MaJ. Gen, Banks or. MaJ. Gen.
Slgel, commanding the Second and First army
corps, when It waa my dnty to do so, and par
ticularly with reference to Oen. Banks at the
battle of Cedar Mountain, and Gen. Slgel at the
battle of Grovetown, or Manassaa.
On thli I have to submit my official papers,
and wish the evidence of Major Oenerala Pope
and Slgel, Gen. RlckctU.Col. Buchanan, Major
Tllleon, Captalni Cutting, Krebb, and Jevrett,
and Brig. Oen. Robert!.
6th. Finally, I ask an Investigation Into the
charge, very generally made agalnit me, and
which aflecta aerlously my character, to wit i
that or drunkenness.
On this I wish the evidence or the following
persons those absent by deposltloni i. Gen.
Bcotti Major Generals Ilnnter, Pope, Sumner,
Helntaelman, Keycs, Frsnklln, Ilooker, Schuy
ler, Hamlltoni Brigadier Gencrala Thomas, An
drew, Porter, King, RlcketU, Wadsworth, Mar
tindale, Barry, Butterflcld, Hancock. French,
Brannan, Wood, Auger, Hartsnir, Gibbon, Mor
rlsi Col. Deladeld, Col. Taylor, Com. Gen.t
rnill. jn.ua-. iwimv.. .--.-, --"y
Academyi Col. Townsend, A. A. G.i Lt. Col.
i;mz,i;oiumaauinK v.uumj w. ""'"i-j-v
Schriver and J. V. wiuara.jr., uooio, iiovs
and Herman Uroy, T. d'Oremclneuex, N. T.
cltyi J. M. Tnrton, Troyi Mr. OoTerneur Kem
ble, Cold Springs! W. B. Coiaen, West Polnt
M. J. W. Andrews, Judge Jos. Bwsn, Colum
bus, Ohio, and Michael Snlllvan, Ohio. As far
as possible, I beg leave to auggeat that It may
be well to take op the subject In chronological
If, In the foregoing. It ihall appear I have
omitted anything. I truit to the Indulgence of
the court to permit me to add whatever may be
The court, after remaining In secret session
about two hours, without deciding upon any
thing definite, adjourned until this morning, at
From prisoners returning recently from the
rebel cspltal we learn many little Interesting
fscti. and, among others, one which merits no
ticing Is the following, which wo learned from
an officer In the United Elates navy, who had
the fortune to rail Into the bauds or tne rut
Ustlnes aome time ago, but who has since
reached thla city. This gentleman, a man or
unquestioned truth and reliability, slatea that
but little difficulty la experienced by those of
onr army or navy In the Richmond prtsont, In
obtaining Northern Journals, provided they pay
for them a good price. Our Informant himself
subscribed for and'recelved the Boton Join nal
regularly during the time he remained In Ju
ranet vtltt the only Inconvenience belnt; that hla
paper waa four days old when received, and
then commanded the sum or ten centa In rebel
shlnplasters. The New York iiVr-ld Is received
very regnlsrly only three dsya after Its publica
tion In New York. From this It must be seen
that, notwithstanding the precaution existing to
prevent Intercourse, the blockade against tietn-
peptr$ is, In some Instances, Ineffective.
Thla gentleman states that while he was in
Weldon, North Carolina, three rebel brigades
passed through that place on their way to meet
Major General Foster, who commanded the
recent expedition ofthe United States forces to
Wllllsmston and that or thla brigade, about
one man In three was provided with shoesi the
others had provided themselves with substitutes
in the shape of raw-hide, carpet, c, which
wss tied on, to prevent the soles of the feet from
coming In contsct with the ground. In con
nection with this, lt Is ststed that one or our
men had with him, when captured, an old pair or
f boot-legs, the soles of which, however, were en
tirely gone and aa everybody In the South,
from Jeff. Davis to the boot-blacks of Rich
mond, la amply provided with " Confederate
notes," the happy possessor of the aforesaid
boot-lega had no difficulty In aelllng them,
which he did ror the cheap sum or f 27 or the
above mentioned wtivabl ecrlp.
The rebel officers admit that their aeaports
can be taken aa soon aa our gnnboata come
Into play, is the forts along the coast or North
Carolina are mere earthworks.
PROM TUB I(,T',
;outs nKroitT Jackson, ai;Vppkr-
STCASTfA'T SAL'S it.
COMPANirs OF HAMPTON'S CAVALRY AT
WARRENTON AND sALKM.
TWnTJTS 'XAirOXXS 'BOLD "ALDIEt"
Special dispatch to the Nttlonal Republican.
IiUDonaBTnt Sibil's Amct,
November to, 1802.-
The scouts sent out yesterday from these
headauarters have Just returned, and report
Jackson at Uppervllle and Stuart at Salem
There are at Warrenton and Salem companies
or Hampton's cavalry. Aldlela held by White's
LATEST FROM BDRHalDK'H AILMY.
Oreat Activity Prevailing.
The Hatlroacl from Aqnla Creek nearly
The Entmr Iteeeivlua; nelnforcementl
FALMOtrrn, Vi., Nov. SO, 1802. It la ex
pected the railroad will be finished to-morrow
from Aqula Creek to the Rappahannock, oppo
site to Fredericksburg. The bridge over Poto
msc creek wss reported this morning as nearly
completed. The care carry supplies as far as
Brooks' Station, six miles from Aqula Creek,
which greatly accommodates our troops. Not
withstanding the late bad condition of the
roads, quartermaster's supplies have been
promptly furnished. Long lines of roada have
been corduroyed, under, direction of Colonel
Ingalls, chief quartermaster or the army, and
are In good condition.
The camp-fires of he enemy are conttantly
lncreaetng In tight of Falmouth, affording
indicatloni or the augmentation orJtheJrebel
Lee hat Joined Longitreet and A. P. and D.
II. Hill, and Jackson Is known to be on his way
Yesterday tho enemy were busily engaged
constructing additional workt In the rear of
and to the left of Fredericksburg.
The can bring troops and supplies regularly
to the rebel troops, stopping at a point three
miles from the town.
Whether or not. when the campaign In tha
Shenandoah Valley was considered as ended, I
endeavored to take active measures logo to his
sld before Richmond 1
On the foregoing I have mostly to offer tLe
official correspondence between mvself and hla
Excellency, the President) the honorable Secre-
Ford's Tiikatre. The second performance
of "The Enchantress" last night carried with
It the highest charms with which the spectacle
Is accredited In the world of art. Its magnifi
cent pictorial Illustrations, upon which Mr.
Gets has lavished the rich treasures of hit art
Its splendid costumes, stirring cjramatle Inter
est, and the brilliant musical gemt with which
lt lt profusely studded, all combined to give an
insemUt ot beauty and grandeur In the highest
degree dazzling and effective. Miss Caroline
RIchlngs was the central figure or the extentlve
group or artists and auxiliaries concerned in
the representation, and her consummate skill
surrounded her throughout the evening with a
bright halo or aft. Her vocallsm was really
superb, and afforded abundant vindication or
her possession or tnai inwara me tnai oreatnea
its benison on all within the crcle or Its tym
"The etherlal spirit
That to solt music wakes the chords of feeling-,
And mellows everything- to beauty."
The bright gems with which Bairo has adorn
ed thli gorgeont production, were scattered by
her with a Joyousnesa of tplrU,an uncontclout
grace or expreiilon, and a positive power which
ttlrred to Iti depths the enthutlasm or the largo
audience present. She met, alto, the fullest
dramatic requirements of the role, acting It
with an archnesi and a force which entitles her
to a prominent position among: our best ac
tresses. Mr. Peter RIchlngs as "Ramlr." was
thoroughly artistic ana forcible, iue aeiinea
tion was Indeed a striking and picturesque back
irround for the brtUlantplctnrewhlchhls daugh
ter "Stella" afforded. Mr. Dunn, the tenor
singer, was also fully up to the requirements of
nis oiuicuti rut, sou cauio lu iu( ucscrvcu
share of the liberal applause of the night. The
dramatic features orthe spectacle were capitally
aiven by the company . who manireeted equal
zeal and ability In their exertions. On the first
night of the piece there were teversl drawbacks
to its entire succesi, but these have tlnco been
entirely removed, and laBtnlgtittbeh-epresenta-'
tlon was tree from all defects or Interruptions
which could mar Iti pleaturable effect. The
ballet department gave desirable evidence or
improvement, inecnorai aid wasiasi nigut,
as on the evening previous, auail. The piece
wlllde repeated to-night, and will reap tho
value oi its ricu repute in anotuer mrongeu at
tendance, we are.turc.
ArroiKTUiNT, Geo. W. Lane, brother or
Senator Jim Lane, of Kantat, hat been ap
pointed director of the branch mint at Denver
City, Kantat. He left this city on Tuesday
The Mas. Beinsuadi Case Is attracting a
good deal of attention, and Is being spread out
in all lta detaila In the New York papert.
The HorM cutt up awful antics about lt, and
tjilurgei In characteristic style, biting all round
with mott Indiscriminate censure.
The Loudon Herald onNon-tuterventloUi
The News' Oplnlou.
Views of the Petersburg Journal.
The Ilsllraad Opeu.d.
Blovemeuta or the Rebels.
Prov lalohs to be Sent rVom this Country
for the Nt.rvlus Operatives
UiLirXx, Nov. SO. The steamship Africa
arrhed hire at 10 o'clock this morning.
The latest European Intelligence la by the
way of Qneenstown, and from Liverpool to the
evening of the loth Instant.
The London Morning Herald bitterly de
nounces the non-intervention policy of the
British Government, and aaya that the language
of Lord Russell's dlspstch mocks the hopes and
Insults the misery of half a million of starving
English laboring men. The Herald then charges
the British Cabinet with abject patience and dat
tardly submlaslon, in order to retain the par
liamentary support oi ine cngni ana i;ooaen
The London AVui thlnka that Lord Russell's
answer Is the best that could have been made,
without entering unnecessarily upon the dis
cussion of the merits or the case, and rejoices
at having escaped from entangling diplomatic
association! with France.
The Petersburg Journat. of St. Petersburg.
contains the reply of Prince GortschakonT to
the note or Drouyn de l'Huys, which, In eub-
stsnee, is aa louowsi Alter recalling ine con-
at.Btnt offAitla A TTtritiailtl let T-avas Ar Annnfll.llAn
the Prince tayt that lt la requisite, above all
things, to avoid the appearance or any pretture
whatever, capable of chllllnir public opinion In
America, or of exciting the tnsceptibility or
tbst nation, "we neiieve," ne continues, "msi
a combined measure or the three great powers,
however conciliatory. If presented In an official
or officious character, would be the cause or ar
riving at a result opposed to paciucation. ir,
however, France ahould persist In her Intention
of mediation, and England ahould acquiesce In
her course. Instructions shall be sent to Baron
Btoeckl, at Washington, to lend to both hit
coUesirues there, the French and Enjrilsh min
isters, if not official aid, at least moral support"
Naihvili-e, Nov. 25. The Murfreesboro'
Bcmntr, of the 20th, states that General Joe
Johnston will atsnme command or Bragg't
army. George B. Crittenden hat been released
from arrest, and reported for dnty. Gen. Mc
Cann haa been aetlzned to Cumberland Gap.
The Banner reports heavy skirmishing st
Lavcrgne on the 19th Inst.
The railroad line to Huntsvllle haa been re
The Banner tays there la a great demand for
Governor Harris In East Tennessee. Some
county conrt officials are factious In enforcing
the conscript law.
General Bragg datet a general order "Head
quarters No. 2, near Nashville, Nov. 10, 1802."
It is supposed from this thst he Is with Forrest
A dispatch from Richmond, of the 17th lost.,
thinks the occupation of Fredericksburg a feint
on the part of Bumtide.
A person woo ten unauanooza on tne in,
haa arrived. He says there It an Immense force
of rebels moving north. Hardee's corps would
movetoMurireciboro'. He sayi the rebelt are
determined to ngnt at Munreeiooro'.
San Fan-Cisco, Not. 24. The ships Logan,
Gallatin, Merrimae and Swallow atifv as-efcs
port to-day from New York. Tha ship' Locket
saw-ad i for Liverpool carrying 1,800 sacks of
vrlaaat , tf 't li: "
l3le'ahlp 'Kama hot been chartered to' loll
for I Hong .Kong 'and .back at thigh rates . of
irtdgntV 'VKA fT -v1- -V--" "
Dried applet sell at t10c. Whisky Is quo
ted attc.i tea, oysters and coal oil are still
objects of speculation. Three thousand gal
lane of rarpeiiUae have bean ahlppod by lbs ship
Regulator for Boaton.
Sax Fiuscisco, Not. S3. The ship Susan
Fearing arrived to-day from New Tork. ' '
.Trade Jt generally .quiet. Coal oil baa de
clined to toe., there being 'more tellers than
boyere In the market Candles are quoted at
18(c. Coffee Sales of TOO bags of Rio at Me.
Dried apples, 10c. Crushed ingar;l4r: But
ler,duirat20e. Wheat, 11.05.
The manufacture of turpentine and rosin bat
been commenced by a firm In Marysvllle. Eight
thousand plnetreeehave been tapped at the foot
of the hlUa a few mllei distant from that place,
and It la calculated that they will yield eight
hundred gallons of turpentine and sixty barrels
of rosin per week.
SL'-toimca Ordkekd to the Field. Bv com
mand of Major General Burnslde, ihe following
medlcsl officers now serving In the vsrlous hos
pitals of Washington, Georgetown, Alexandria
and vicinity have been ordered to report with
out delay for duty with their respective regi
Surgeon H. D. Freeman, 43d Pa.
Assistant Sun-cons B. S. Callln. 2d N. Y.t El
G. Derby, 94th N. Y. it E. Gates, 80th N. Y.J
Albert Utter, 00th N. Y, J. M. Palmer, 85th N.
Y. W. B. Schemmerhorn, 87th 'N. Y. H. Du-
ane, fifth N, Y,i Eugene Schumo, 2d N, Y. G,
Helnhert, 20th N.I.iE. F. Slxeoz, 18th Maat.i
J. W. Miller, 120th N. Y. B. F. Taftj 20th Mass
John D. Hat, 24th N. Y. 0. Reno, 00th N. Y.j
W. A. Tannage, ac-tn n. i. jju w. uwen, voin
Ohio) J. F. Brown, 105th N. Y. J. F. Day, 10th
Maine) J. M, Golf, 17th N. Y.t M. L. Rowland,
118th Penn.i Charies.B. Lascbellt, 12th Penn.
Cav.) C. Marshall, 71st Penn.) S. C. McCor
mlck. 134th Penn.i J. W. Fltrpatrlck, 9th Mass.)
T. L. Glbbt, 15th N. Y. 0. D.'Bttsett, 07th N.
Y.t Sylvetter Bunton, 2d N. H. J. 8awjer, 10th
Maine; W. R. Barnes, 70th N. Y; -,n
Commissioxer's Decision. The following
decision has been made by the Commissioner of
Interns! Revenue i '
Oysters In cana not alr-tlgbt nor filled topre-
servo the contents beyond a brier period of time
are not subject to taxation when,- however,
meats, fish or shell fish are pickled In 'cana or
other alr-tlgbt vessels, for the purpose and with
the expectation or preserving such articles for
considerable perloda or time, they are subject
to a tsx or 5 per cent, ad valorem nor does such
liability depend upon any previous preparation
of the articles for the purpose of aiding In their
preservation. The exemption Is due exclusively
to the fact that the cana or other packages are
not air-tight, and that the contents are .not
thereby nor by other means preserved. In each
case It It the duty of the assessor to consider
and decide these questions.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN, WttSIDtKTOF THE'
UNITED STATES, Of AMERICA.
Satisfactory evidence having been, exhibited
to rue jthat Groans H. Gf ancRihaa bn ,
appointed Vice Consul of , Denmark, at Cin
clnnatl, Ohio, I do hereby recognize htm
as such, and declare him free to exercise
sq4 enjoy inch functions poVers'aud'tiVlvi-'
leges; at are allowed to Ins Vice Consuls' of the"
piost ravored nations, In the united mates.' "
In testimony whereof, I bare caused these'
"- 'letters to be made patent, and the seal of-u-j
the United SUtes to be hereunto affixed.
l. . Given under' toy hand at the city of
Washington, Ihe 20th day, of November,
A. D. 1803, and or the Independence of
the United Statea of Americarthe 87th.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN. y
By the President i i.t .,,.,
William H. Seward, Secretary or State.. .
UirARTMEET or State, ,
' Washington,, Nov. 25, 1863.
Releases from the draft, on the ground of
alienage, have beep allowed Jn the'' following
cases t . u i
I do 1 do
"Wayno'cohnty- i dor
Susquehanna ro.,i do
do ( do
- Kenosha Co.. Wisconsin.
Case reconsidered, on additional evidence,
and application refuted i
William Darnfeldt - Franklin co., Penn'a.
rfl' J' f-f -7-T 11
, . OFJIOjA. Ik Jin
c DEriRTKEirr 'or State", "'
Washington, January 23,'1803.'
The Secretary ot State will hereafter receive '
members of Congress on business on Saturday!
commenclng.wlth Saturday, the firit of next -J
month. , '
WILLIAM U. SEWARD.
Richard Ragan -
Thomas Martin -
qillAVKI. OVER TlE LONG' BRIDGE.
Headquarters DxriKCrs or Wabhixotoh,
,i November 19th, 1802, ,
General Orders, No. 8. i
Hereafter, the Long Bridge, over the Poto
mac, will only be need for Government purr
poses. Neither private vehicles nor citizens on"
horseback will brf allowed to cross the Long
Bridge, but must go by the way of the, Aque
duct Bridge. ,
By eommsnd of Msjor Gen. Heiktzeuiah.
dot 21 7t Asststsnt Adjutant General. :
The Presidext's Messaor and OrriciAL
Refoets. The annual report of the heada of
the Departmenta are nearly completed, with
the exception of that of the Treasury, which lt
delayed. In part, by the continued preparation
of the estimates of the War Department and
other data In that connection, Involving an ex
traordinary amount of labor. -
The President's -message will probably be
transmitted to Congress on the first day ofthe
aesslon. No coplea will be aent ont In advancei
therefore. It will be telesraphed to the Press as
soon aa lta reading shall be commenced. Tho
objecf of this course Is understood to be the
prevention or a premature disclosure or Its
contents, and to enable the President to avail
himself of the latest official Intelligence.
Members or Congress are arriving by every
train, and have alraaay become numerous.!
Natal Aeeairs, Acting Master George
Ferris and Assistant Surgeon J, W. Moore
have been ordered to the Circassian.
T) ABIES ON TUB POTOMAC.
On and after the 13th Instant day of September
passes will be required from all vessels, boats, fcc.v
navigating the Potomac river, These will be ia-t
sued by the Commanding OAcer of the Flotilla,
and may be1 obtained from the naval vesteti sta
tloned at Alexandria, or at the mouth of ttaj river.1
F Secretary of the' Nary
NAVT OEFAaTKUT, ,, j ' '
September II, tan. aep U
See a woman In another column picking
Sambnci Gripes, for Speer'a Wine. It lt an
admirable article, used In hospitals, and by the
first families In Paris, London and New York,
In preference to old Port Wine. It lt worth al
trial, at It glvea great titltfactlon. tf
S3- With Ten Thonwuul thoufhts and ar
Puments, I will more In tha newvptpcr preta onlr
r wf of drertiemen.., Thl courw, bowerer,
U cipentlTP, and, whtn acooinpauiled by a Imu
puru, muit be brief, still, let ui fo ahead, eTerj
one doing the best be caa. I am for the country,
eren If we hare to let looie elt the teirori of war.
But many people, no doubt, think I am led by the
love of prafae. not oonalderlnf that eren dogs Home-,
timet are too independent to wag their talli to the
chUporOnccr-anapof anyaeU-oomplaeentel. that
may come along At any rate, (I wlih I could
wear lawfully.) let all aeinntereat, and ranlty. and
rnry. and Jealouiybe laid aside whllit the great
bosom or bur country le hearing In the agony of a
firotraoted olaoiatobial conteit. If a man want
o be little, and mean, and Mlfian, now, for hearen'i
take, let him take blmieli out of the country, ana
not itcken her with hi pretence. All I want to
exprei In thli advertisement, Is to invite peo-
leio reaa, ior ine imboi tne counifTj muu vmy
NOTICE. The public are hereby Informed that
I am not a partner of Mr. Tbotaaa JUng.la the
Clrcua builneia, he having used mr name in that
connection without my knowledge or content
ua intlu uialairV
11" iUllil iaillaVB.
VTOT1CKU CONTINUATION OF TUESAIE OF
XI UitUCiaWiia, c, im siotf v jar. a. rvm
on Fovrd-hlj ttffttt near th ArtenaijOn
Will be sold
Nabuvilxe. Nov. 20. Sixty paroled rebel
officers and soldiers took the oath of allegiance
to-aar, voluntarily ( aiso some rcDd citizens.
Fitly paroled federal officers and soldiers,
who had surrendered In a cowardly manner to
the rebels at different times, were marched
through the streets, dressed In nightcaps, and
sent to Camp Chase.
Louisville. Not. 20. The railroad connec
tion between Louisville and Nashville Is now
complete. The train efl here yesterday morn
ing and arrived at Nashville the same evening.
New York, Nov. 20. The Evening Pbat says
a movement Is on foot for dispatching two or
three ship-loads of provisions to England for
the relief of tho starving operatives of Lan
cashire. Eminent gentlemen and shipping
merchants have taken the subject Into their
hands. It Is proposed to send one vessel Im
mediately. Justice to an Officer
Boston. Nor. 20. Captain Thompson, of
Massachusetts, n hose name is In the list, re
cently published, of those who have been dis
missed from the military service, was mortally
wounded at Malvern Hill, and died on the 4th
of August, In hospital, lie wan a brave and
Nashville, Nov. 25. Four hundred of Mor
gan cavalry left their camp, which Is located
several mile from Lebanon, to attack the U.S.
forces at Wood's Ferry, on the Cumberland riv
er, but they were sueuea uacK wiiu ine loss oi
two of their men.
Morgan Is reported to nave leu camp on the
same mgui 10 auacK iuo wjummuu uuu iiun.ii
A Union refugee from McMlnvllle sas the
emancipation proclamation of the President Is
generally approved of by the loyal men there.
Madt nf the refutrees who have arrived here.
(many of whom are large slaveholders) approve
Cotton Is changing hands here at 62a55 cents,
The river lias risen lour incnes on ine snoais.
e i . ... .
From Fortress Mourof.
Fortkkss MosBor, Nov. 25. Lieut. J. A.
Darling, late of Oen. Dlx's staff, has been ap
pointed major of the new battalion of Lieut.
Col. Joseph Roberts, which Is to do garrison
duty at Fortress Monroe.
The 420 Union prisoners who came from
City Folnt have left for Annapolis.
DAY, the 28th Instant, at 10 o'clock, a. m , we shall
continue the sale, when all the
Large stock of prime Tobacco and Segsrs,
Wooden Ware and Brooma,
Liquors of a fine quality,
Boot and Shoea,
Brushes. Cordare. and Hosier..
.....:..' Z... ' inr.r. t 1.. w.m
unbt.fi a tvii.i.iAiU3,
1 TO HOTEL AND RESTAURANT KEEPERS,
DEALERS, PRIVATE FAMILIES,
The schooner "Lvdla Ann." from New York, will
commence discharging her aasorted cargo on Fri
day morning, the 28th Instant, at HUey'a wharf,
foot of Eleventh street, consisting of
Cider, &o , ke ,
All of the choicest quallt) , and suitable for winter
ror this, mv lata nroductlons.
.. - J i - m . m
woros tvieiiya come irum bit jica-n. i avmv prv-
duefloni are the Belaiiua of Crmbellnet An Ad
dress to the Countryt Arlsttdesi Addrcaa to our
soldiers and a recent Letter to the rreuaent, urg
ing the immediate, total, and uncompromising abo
lition of slavery, aa a national NECESSITY, and
warranted bv the warn Dower. A conr of all these
can be bad omatis by calling at (No. 90S New lork
avenue, near rour.ii' street, at any nour aiier i
o'clock p. m. I shall be happy i to wait upon any
gentleman, In or out of the army. Gentlemen
abroad, also, will have the productions remitted to
them oATis on application to me through1 the
math enclosing a one-cent stamp 'for the pre-pay
ment back for eacA production, aa 1 always thus
pay, considering It to be-the legal requirement.
nov 86 St Counsellor at Law.
8 0 0
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
They purify, strengthen, and Invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.' .
Thev are an antidote to chanre of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and late
TheystrengthenthesyatemandetiUven the mind -They
prevent mlasraatio and intermittent fevet s.
They purifythe breath and acidity ofthe stomach.
They cure Dyspesla and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhcea, Cholera, and Cholera Mor
They cure Liver Complaint and Neirous Head-
vThey are the nest tuners in ma woria. incy
make the weak man strong, and are exhausted
nature's great restorer. They are made of pure
St. Croix Rum, the celebrated Callsaya Bark, roots
and herbs, and are taken with the pleasure of a
ryrna ia to give notice. That the
X subscriber hath obtained from the Orphans
Court of Washington county, In the District of Co
lumbia, letters of administration on the personal
estate or Benjamin P. Downs, late of Fairfax
count r. Yli-artnla. deceased All nersona harinr
claims against the said deceased, are hereby warned
toexMD.!tneaame,wiininevoucnero inereoi. to
the subscriber, at the office of Andrew Wylle, Mq ,
In the city of Washington, on or before the 26th
day of November next they may otherwise bf law
be excluded from all benefit of the said estate.
Given under my hand thla 2oth dayof November.
A. D 1663 BKNE7ER 8. WINTON,
nov 87 law st Administrator.
ryricFRs and soldiers goods.
FUNSTON fc SCOFIELD,
John tt , hew Yorkfjind SOS E ttrttt, near WiUar4t
Full assortment of Military and Fancy Goods,
Phavrniji. Flara. Rlovti. Ststlonerv. and renuina
Sperm Army Oil, Gun Polish, o Full stock of
Fireworks. Sole agents for the Colorific.
sot E street, juncture Pennsylvania at enue.
nov 37 im
'IMIOMAH K. I-LOYU,
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMANTSt
AMD AQXNT TOH PROCtTtINO
Bounty Lands, Pensions, Arrears
of Pay, Extra Pay, Jlq
WASHINGTON. D. 0..
Will arlva nromnt and efficient attention to the
frosoutlon of Claims of every description against
he Government, and make no charge unless suc
cessful. , L
Both references and charges for sen ices will be
rO Pensions secured for soldiers wounded ordls
eased during the existing wsr, also, for the widows
andorphaoa of soldiers who have died from wounds
or disease incurred while In the United States ser
tlcet also. Bounty Money for the helrs-ln-law ot
old en deceased during the existing war.
Fees divided with attornej a or other persons for-
The highest prices paid for Land Warrants.
bcrerage, without regard to age or time of day.
ramcuiariy reoommenoea to ueucate persona re
quiring a gentle stimulant. Sold by all Grocers,
Druggists, Hotels, and Saloons. P. H. DRAKE h,
CO , 203 Broadway, New York, se 28 m
ft--nicl.lnra Ilalr DvtThs Bast lis
the World. William A. Batchelor'a celebrated
Hair Dye produces a color not to be distinguished
from naturet warranted not to Injure Hair in the
least, remedies the Ul-effects of bad dyes, and lnvig
orates the Hair for lira. GREY, RED, or RUSTY
HAIR Instantly turns a splendid Black or Brown,
leaving the hair soft and beautiful. Sold by all
irf- The renulne is aimed WM. A. BATCHELOR,
onthe four sides of each box.
Factory, no, oi uarciay street, iiaiez-j sroau
way audi Bond,) New York. my 23 ly
tj- The Great Pennsylvania Route, The
J slickest and safest route to the Northwest and
outhwest. Twothrourhtrslnsdsily, andone on
Sunday. Soldiers' tickets at Government rate to
all the principal points la. the North and West.
flee of the "Great Pennsylvania Route." northeast
corner Pennsylvania avenue and sixth street, un
der National Hotel. Office open from 7 a, m. to 6
p. m ion Sundayi 3 to 4 p.m.
v ' ' E. O NORTON,
aug 8 ly Agent
Cf" Special Notice. On and after Tuesday,
April 1, 1863, the trains on the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad will commence running daily, (Suudaj
excepted,) leaving thla Station at 70 a.m. and
connecting at Washington Junction with Mall
iramior mi ir u (im neat vi niieciuif ur
Through tickets sold and baggage
pi. of Transportation B fc 0. R, R.
THOMAS E. LLOYD.
Attorney for Claimants,
No. 410 Seventh street,
Washington, D O.
N B Editors of papers publishing the abote card
will be entitled to my services to the amount ol
their charges T. E, L.
dea 13 w
EY-YVestou's Progress of Slavery. Copies
of this workareforsalflattheoll.ee of the National
Republican. Pamphlet edition, 30 cents Bound
edition, 7Q cents,
JlopeU ttaei ore ltlng CvriJ JkUty, ly ManJ
Call and aee the uemes of soma or thejlratoltixens
of Washington, who have been restored to health.
Gout, Piles, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Scurvy,
Nenous Complaints, and Female Weaknesses, In-
arlably cured uitkout fail.
MRS WREN, U K street,
.. between plfth and Seventh streets.
N.B, The city cms nasi wljhln a square of the -door.
nov 31 lta