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by V. J. MtmTioH A Co., aad U fUrnlihed jo
city ubcrlbcT (bj carrjet) t jj cji per
"oattu Miu.K j it
Mill tnbKribtra, 3.WiiifMmini!.i.fof
lr Month, an II fotittaw laotithj, larar!
Mr In (dnnc. '
Single copies, 3 cent. x
crUM f aB.v ai
J4n fH.bodjr as, 0m lukl
The Special t'ommlttec, to whom
rerrrd' thb'takk T prestntlog th4 MmpUmefH
Ury reaolutlODi, recently patted, to Major
General Banks, net at the Aator Home fatter
diriftetnoon about S b'clockaUd WatUi' on
the General.- They, fere, Jftgt Peabodjr,
Chairman Motet Taylor, Charlet Gould, R.
IT. McCnrdr, and Captain Chat. II. Marthatl.
; Hn, IJtnki yraa, alaq prctont and lent her por
,era of entertainment on the occatlon.
-, J odee. Peabodjr, rltlngi uldt General, tin
committee who bare heretofore watted on yra
haredetlrefltiitoPrttehC to you thete retota.
'tont. We had detlred, and theicltuten pf
New York had detlred, to hare made your ac
quaintance and heard your Tlewt In pnbllc1bo
. theatceMltlcaof the caw prarented It. rWe,
, hOwcter; jandl thiy;JW u regreHUhU
conld not hare been to. But they and we bo
llere that they will bear inch a report from yon
at will prore a benefit to an parties. They be
JleraioaihaTa bforrpn.a CMtlnaatlonjo a
career of brllltnct nd fumOmlTt fatal
, continuing undlmmed and lnttroni with good
works for the benefit" of onr common land.
Than mrA wn tiallavA thai vltl att-A allSi-irtt (ft Aa.
1UJ BUK n VWY"' IMtj JVH asiuHWMSi-v -
part on a successful mission, which will be of
incalculable Ttune m .do polling down oi init
rebellion. Bat more than all, we hope to
again greet you on your return, and hear from
you at length when you can conilitently re
' ipond to the wishes Jot our 'cltlrens on the
trreat Questions of the day. We wish von all
tile auccetuf of which the future U capable, and
present you mis smau wxen oi esteem.
Gen. Bankt tald, In response i
I thank yon( gentlemen, rery cordially for
the honor you have done me. both now and In
palt Ylslts. ' It would hate gWen me great pleat
ure to nave met me people oi new xoric in
some public way. I look upon thla city as
able. In a great degree, to settle of herself the
destinies of the New world; and I should like
to have known the men and women who con
trol that power. The reason why I refused to
accept your cordlal.and honored Invitation ta
address them, was because of an utter Impossi
bility to name, a day or hour that I could hare
relied upon, at the time of declination. But I
hope hereafter, to have the pleasure of meeting
them. Whatever may be the fate reserved for
me In the future, and wherever my lot may be
cast, I shall remember the honor conferred
upon me In these resolutions, and they will be
an Incentive for roe to ever do that which Is
for the good and glory of our country. I there
fore tender to you the heartfelt thanks of my
self and wife for the courtesies extended to us
from time to tirne.j(
The committee' then"wlthdrew. Yrw York
Tub IHmritLD or Pxrhtvill. The Cin
cinnati Qaxetta of the 25th Inst, says that "A.
C. Sands, U. 8. Marshal, who has Just returned
from the battle-fletd of Perryvllle, Informs as
that numbers of the bodies of the rebel soldiery
still He exposed there. They were burled In
such shallow graves that the rains have un
covered them, and the swine are now making
meats or many or mem,"
Here Is a bit of English eccentricity In suffi
ciently bad , taste even for John Built Mr.
Oueenslr. tho Cambridge savan. a trreat ad
mirer of the Greek poets, has given orders In
his will that after his death his body shall U
dissected and his tkin takm off and tanntd tn
such a manner as to convert It Into parchment.
on which the Jllad ( of Homer shall then be
copied, the singular MS. then to be deposited
in tne iirmsn nscara.
A Butternut. Buret. In Iowa, brags over a
fnmllv of a father of seven crown no sons that
voted the clean .butjenjut ticket at the late elec
tion. Of course, whereyou find a family of seven
sons, and none of them in the army, their pol
itics Is unmistakable. Had they been for the
Union ticket, six of the seven would have been
In the service of Uncle Sam, leaving the one at
home to take care of the old folk.
Death or VVeterXn'. William Davis died
at Ashford, Conn., on the 18th Instant, In the
lWu year of his age. The deceased had voted
at every presidential election since the founda
tion of the Government, and was the man who
supplied the army at Banker's Hill with cattle,
sheep, and hogs.
A Soldier In one of the. hospitals, who bad
lost one of bis arms, was rejoicing over me
fact. Said he, " My grandfather lost a leg In
the revolutionary war, and our family have been
bragging over IC ever atnee. That story Is an
old one, and now I am going to, be the hero of
A Joint stock company has been formed at
Mulhonse, France, for the cultivation of cotton
In Senegal. 'M. Drouetwho inhabited Senegal
for fifteen years. Is appointed bv the company
to direct the new establishment. He has already
left France, taking with him machinery fr the
preparation ui mo riw vuuuu.
Union cana!duea"for Congress from the Wes
tern District of Tennessee are, as far as an
nounced, B D. N abler, of the Jlullftln, and J
M. Poineroy, a gentleman lately connected with
the railroad interests of the State. The other
will soon be announced.
Tdk Girls ov New Hampsuiee. Fourteen
young women, of Brentwood, New Hampshire,
went, a few nights since, to the house of an
aged farmer, whot has sent three sons to tho
war, and husked one hundred bushels of corn
Attempts are being made already to coun
terfeit the new postage currency. A proof
sheet was picked up la New York on Monday,
which Is very well executed and calculated to
deceive. It is fortunate that, the discovery Is
made In good season.
Wuen Gen. Bragg entered Kentucky, he said,
In reply to those who asked If he should stop
longi '0U1 yes j I have brought my knitting
with me." " ft ow," says Prentice, " we should
like to know whether, at the big scare Buell
gave him, he didn't drop a stitch or two."
Mhe. QErnunp, wife of the President of the
Republic of Haytl, who has been for some time
residing privately lu Paris, has presented the
Society of tho Prince Imperial with a donation
of 1,000 francs
Both Houses of the New South Wales Legis
lature have passed u bill granting 5,000 acres
of laud for experiments In cotton-growing The
Cotton Association are selecting farms and
Tub fact that the revenuo of Novla Scotia has
falUuoirtl,000,000, In 16fll,owlDg to the In
terruption of Southern trade, may account for
the hostility of the Nova Scotlans to the United
Wm. IE. Alley, LL. D., for thirteen years
president of Glrard College, Philadelphia, has
resigned, the resignation to take effect on the
1st of December.
The entire expense pf enrolling the mllltla
aud drafting lu Indiana amounts to seveutj
two thousand dollars, averaging seven hundred
and fifty dollars to each county.
Hon. Lvtueh Biudisu has been elected to
the presidency or the American Bible Society,
to fill the vacancy caused by the 'death of the
IIou., Theodore Irellughujsen,
The Water Cure at Yellow Springs, Ohio,
bus been destroyed by Are. The putlents es
caped, euvlng their baggage.
TtisHouBof Prcbtou King w true to her
antecedents. The majority in St. Lawrence
couuty for Wadsworth and Tremaln is 0,036.
u Da. Lambblue, the eminent Paris physician,
says an electric shock la sure salvation to any
body dying from the effects of chloroform.
Jet v. Ivan..- it L. ,,r " S I
5 tl7- iihjT sitf , ;, Ir-L T''T . s"'1 " "
mitt-; Miiliiim ilillg ill in mi - ,1!
a rM nt t an
A'ifUi tont of Bowdoln College In the armjrare
aajBllowti , .
Brlfadlrr General) Acting MJOfneral . 1
Colahelt,Comntandl(tgBrlgadM -- . - 3
Colonela,Comtnandlng?le(tinenta p - . 3
uenienanti;oioneia- -...-.- o
Major vt j . .MJi -11
Brigade Bnrgeont and Dlllilon Medical Dl-
Captalnf - J
AU othen,i r ;j - -.
. ... r r .68
Total - ---. 1&4
Probablr a greater proportion of the aont of
WatentUa hare entitled In the army than thou
of Bovdala. though a wa litre not the ta-nre
we cannot 'apeak with certainty. KmtubK.
Journal. I i
TBI N. O. Dttto repot oar 153 a barrel In
Fata Chrlttlam and chlldren'i ahoet are f IS . a
nalr. t ..
y i. yon JO , -
T ltawt 1 1 1 a It aald to balaatnflkrlna; condition
in Jiaij. uu wire la ajing, ana mt pecuniary
mean are not aonnaani.
Jutwi hall, of Bau"io,"lia j "decldcd'thtt
Bailor employed upon the Nortuweitern lakct
re exempt irum me urau,
utronnt, ueorgia, ana mat pan or norm
which Ilea westof the Apalachlcola rlrer.
UmoH mix In Middle Tenneatco are arming
agalnat rebel conacnption,
FiNANCIAL AND COLLECTING.
INVOICB BILLS a BD8IKE8S MOTES MEOOTUTED.
PaOTCSTBD NOTCa AMD UErERKED ACCOUNTS
Bought ahd Colleovd
ITOCKS AND BONpS BOUGHT AND , SOLD
GOVEIUfMENT CLAIMS JJOUQJfT.
By O. Z. HOUSE, c
Counsellor at Law,
- as Nassau street, New York.
ICf Ten years In State and United States Courts.
Advice gratis. apis
No 516 KleTcntb atrcet weit,
Xear the cornrr of renntylpanla avtnia.
The pu bile are hereby Informed, that all cases
reaulrloc the services of a detective officer will ba
promptly and carefully attended to, "r of
cnaryr." upon nppiicniiun ucing raauia mt me ro
Hoe Headquarters, No. 010 Eleventh street vrcst,
uauer upfrruiuu ui t
Buperinienaem oi aieiropouian rouce
nov 2o--5a wthn
OAK HALL CLOTHIXQ HOOM,
No 4M, Seventh street, below r.
The subscriber takes great pleasure in anoouno
tng to his old Friends and Customers, that he has
opened a new store at No 4M Seventh street, near
F, whi: ehe has a fine; selected stock of Clothing
fa rJ. atand Boys' wear, which ther have just re
ceived from the North, and otters them for sale at
the lowest Northern prices.
J. BRUCE k CO,
sep 30 4m Clothiers. 464 Seventh street.
-pAU. AND WINTKR GOO PS.
MILITAIiT AND CTfJLIAN,
WALL, STEPHENS b. CO.. are now opening
their Fall and Winter Goods, embracing line Dress
Coats, Doeskin Pants, Vests, ha. A large and well
selected Stock of fine heavy Overootv- Ua hate
also a complete assortment of Builneis Sultt, made
in the mott durable manner. Officers will find our
Military Goods desirous to their wants Heavy
Ytovilcil JUMiKcii. iur ciaipuN m rrBauasDie
ttAiiU airnif nan ,j..
343 Penniylrtnl nrenue, between
Ntoth and Tenth ttrrett
J KIT KECE1VKD, Urae and tuerlor ttock
of CARPETS and OILCLOTH, mounting to
300 plecet, purchased for ch of a Northern manu-
Iteiurer oecunina outine..
Alio, a large lot of COMFOHTEKI, WINDOW
SHADES, CHOCKLRr.aLASS ICiKi.' and other
lWVSLKEEPINQ AHTULES, Including Parlor,
Chamber and othrr STOVES All klndt of dfij.
HUT rVRMTVSE, boxhlitw u4 aecondhand
Partlea wlahlntf to buvwlU ttte time end money
by ealllng at the cheau caih tlore or
no l in can tiae, Deiween u tna 11.
1 C A 11 U .
A lr If tit a". aVv.! Drt
Mr. Bruce, formerly at the txieon Hall, has ioW
opened a new store at No, 464 Seventh street, Just
below Smith's, where he has a fine selection of Men
and Boys' clothing at very low prlctisi he Is desi
rous of having alibis old customers eall on him. ns
May can ouy goous at lower prices inn any 01111
store lo tho city. J. BRUCKk CO ,
No. 404 Seventh street, near P.
Call and see Mr, Bruce, at No. 4414 Seventh street
Mr. Bruce hss a tine Stock of Clothing for Men
and Boys' wear, at No. 464 Seventh street, opposite
City Fust Office
Kt. Bruce ts the man to please the Boj s in Cloth
ing, at No 464 Seventh street.
Everybody knows that Mr, Bruce can sell Boys'
Clothing cheaper than any one else. No. 464 $er
ent h street, opposite City Post Office.
For Men and Boys Clothing call on Mr. Bruce, at
Oak Hall, No 464 Seventh street, between V and F.
Mr Brucelsthemaotopleaseyouln Boys' Cloth
Ing, at Oak Hall, No 481 Se.enlh street, opposite
City Post Office, se 2i am
'Wf I WALL fe CO. hare on conslgu
VY ment, at their Rooms In the rear ol
their Auction Booms, a ery Urge and exten
sive stock of ALL KINDS OF FUHNITUKk,
ilUUBhKU Tinu AHULL. 9, KC
UShKLFPINO ARTlCLt S. Ae , oomprlslng
hogam , Walnut and Plain Wardrobes,
Inut, Mahogany and Plain Bureas,
ny Lind, French Cottage, I lain and other Bed-
F tens ton and other Tables,
Walnut aud Mahogany 1 cte-A-tetos and Sofas,
Parlor Cane Wood-seat Rockers and thalrs,
Hair, Shuck Mat trasses. Bolsters and Pillows.
Carpets, Feather Beds Bolsters and Pillows.
With a large variety of all other goods lu tne
Furnishing line, all or which will be sold at the
err lowest prices to close out the stock
V. L. WALL At CO , Auctioneers
Corner Pa. ft.fnue and Ninth st .
no 23 2 w South side.
TO HOTEL AND HES7AVHAbTKLEPLRSf
DEALERS, PRIVATL IANILU.S,
The schooner "Lydla Ann," from New York, v, ill
commcDoe discharging her assorted cargo on Fri
day morning, the itath Instant, at Riley's wharf,
foot of tleettjj street, consisting of
Cider, &o ,4c ,
All of the choicest quality, and suitable fur winter
Jopeteta Casta are being Oureil Dilly, hy Hand
Call and see the names of some of the first citizens
of Washington, who have been restored to health.
Gout, Piles, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Scurfy,
Nervous Complaints, and Female Weaknesses, In
l arlably cured without fait .
MRS. WREN, 418 K street,'
between Blxth and Seventh streets
N. B The city cars pass within a square of the
door nov 37 im
DO "I OH KNOW IT1 If )ou do not, call at
SMITH h BEALL'S, No Jul Seventh street,
near K street, and buy )ourself a nice suit of
Clothing from them, as they have just received a
new and splendid assortment
CLOTHINO HOUSE IN
L. A BFALL h CO ,
No 301 Serenth street,
between I and K
AlgHINGTON, D.'C.SATUBJOY. JOYEMBER 29, 1862, '
T ' " iiiir- - -
OAK UALOLOTHIXO If OVSK, No. 404
Serenth street near V street, the a re At Bsisr
ofFaiblon.wheterou esn nad the best cut sad made
Clothing for !tB and Boji wear that the market
can produce, and mir prlcei, forchespoets, aaddu
raMllty'nr' oUr'goods, defy competition. (Our
acUkbor Bmtth. two, doors above, so long noted fbf
ulllog clothlog lest than any house la ttie city, In
d private eoaveisatlon, acknowledged to us that
our Doys' Clothlag was he best made and out goods
he ever saw) and. If the citizens of Washington
were posted In1 the goods I haver my store would
be ore r run wits Mies aad gentlemen tn want of
elothlng, and I only with' to have you call and see
onr beaaUfu. tootiments of clothing, and 1 think
that our pries kind goods will more than pay you
for ealllng at the Leading Clothing House, No. 464
Bevtnta street, near K street, two doors below
Everybody .Icnotrs Smith, but, instead of ealilng
stj nis pisce, 090 in two uoors dciow.
ti NsV-1 have a sdmIsI word to ur to the Ladiei.
I ttut 1 di ''p4.tfiit ter than aver In Boys1
CIothlng,Ai my stock excels anything I e ver ha
J. BRUCF. V CO
Formerly at OJwm Hall,
nov 31-dtdeeI Now at Onk Hall
GJIAND AUVANCK OP TUB ARM V OP
THR POTOMAC, aad all the stores are cry
ing up ior pnecs or ineir gooae'Dur SMITH St
BCALL, No. 301 Seventh street. W are able to
sell good clothing nearly as cheap a e.er. We
hnvebeen fighting agalast high price for the last
jet, aim uur iiw now ii goou, ana we are auie 10
sell aflow prices.
SMITH Is sll the time In the market picking up
goods at old prices, and that Is one reason we un
dersell all others We have the means and ability
to sell cheap, and we will do It, as our customers
Want Good Clothing at low prices, and we are Just
the men to sell It to them. Acall Is solicited at the
CHEAP CtOTWAO HOUSE of
SMITH k IS CALL,
nov 21 dtdeel First door below the market.
M. T. PARKEft,
NO 69 LOUISIANA AVENUE.
Rtipectfully and cheerfully returnt thank, for th
Ituvr.i pKiroa.ge nimeno reoeirea
Hnvlng e ery facility for doing
Together with all work perUlnlng to a FrnlT-
II htt no healtancy in aollcltlng acontlnutnc
ui tun .uwii. aiatur.
Sit Prict art JleawnabUi
Xht Work UnactptlcmMti
And ptrtleular Attention It ptld to
PROMPTNESS IN DELIVERY.
93Remetnber the number I
OO LOVIIIAKA AVEKUE,
oct 31 am bet. SUtb and Seyenth ttreett.
HI M I LK DVPnS,
340 Penmaylrtuila Ayannc,
ViholttaU anil JU1cll Dralcr In
PliEXCHand OEIiitAX ir.VffA,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, CILUfPAOXES,
BRAXDY, if7Jf", OIX,
CIO AIIS and TOBACCO,
Ha now on htod
a very .nf aitorlmntt of the Above, At f Air )rlcet
nov SS TTJiStf
-pOUTADLE MILLS FOR TUB A 11 31 V.
Orricc or Dlfot CoMbfinsARV
ashlngton, D C , Not . , 1802.
Inventors and manufacturers are Invited till the
QOth December. Ibfii. ta DiDt moilalti n.l mnla
of Portable Mills for grinding wheat and corn for
the use of the arm).
The following are the essential conditions the
milts must oot&Dine to receii e consideration when
presented by plan, speculation, model and sample
tat. nui iu irri(iiucr in7ui)-ii t v kjudis
3d The grinding surfaces to be of burr itone,
grooved chilled Iron or steel, and the general con
struction of the mill to be analagousto that of a
3d J- ach mill to be capable df grinding fid pounds
of tine flour or uical per hour, and to be capable of
belli? worked bv one msn
... . i :..fii.L. . .. ..
n.acn mill io vm so cuoiirucicu, u necessary,
that tt can be separated Into two parts of equal
weight, so as to be carried by two 'men should the
leoirth of march, lack of transportation, or fstlarue
of the men, or other cause render Its carriage too
laborious for one man
etn Knell mill to ie capable or being attached to
a wagon tongue, brauch of tree, or stack of muskets
Inventors will submit plans specltlcations, or mod-
els of their mills, or sample of the mill Itself, lu the
presence of a board of oHLers The) will le re
quired to present Indisputable- evidences of their
mills combining the essential conditions abate
enumerated bj oaustngihe mill to be worked in the
presenoe of the said board.
If a mill be presented containing all of the abo e
conditions, and Its cost be suttlclentl) renitonable
In the opinion of the iXimrtnirnt to warrant Its
Krchase, a large number will lery probabl) be
ugbt for the use of the arm) .
tor further Information spplyat No isJGst,
Washington, D. 0. no SO
T 11 O I U H A I M .
Bureau op Yards and Docks,
Mth No. ember, IB63
SFALFD PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposals for
building house at Naval Hospital, New lork,"
will be received at this office, until noon, on the
33d day of December, 18&, for furnishing all the
materials and workmanship required In construct
ing a house for a Surgeon, on the Naval Hospital
grounds at Brooklyn, New ork, according to plans
and specltlcations which are lodged with the Civil
knglneer, and may be seen on application to him
at the Brookhn larard which plans and spe
dflcntlons win be attached to and form a part of
brm of Offtr.
lere date the otter )
lames comooilmr U
firm,) of (name the town,) In the state of (name the
State,) hereby offer to furnish under) our adi ertlse
ment dated (date of advertisement,) nod subject to
all the requirements of the same, and of the plans
and specltlcations to which It refers, all the mate
rials and workmiinshlp necessary for the construc
tion and completion of the house for a Surgeon at
the Naval Hospital at New ork, according to the
flans and specifications, far the sum of (here write
he amount in words,) and should my offer be ac
cepted, 1 request the contract may be prepared and
sent to the Navy Agent, at (name the agency) for
signature and certificate (Here the bidder and
each member of the Arm are to sign )
Form of Owrajitee,
The undersigned, (name of guarantor.) of (name
the town.) and state of (name the State.) and (name
of second guarantor, ho,) hereby undertake that
the above named (name the bidder or bidders.) will,
If his (or their J offer as above be accepted, enter
Into contract with the United States, within fifteen
dayi after the date of notUe, through the post of
fice, of the acceptance of his or their otter before
Wltnessi (Signatures of guarantors )
I certify that the above named (hero name the
guarantors) are known to me to be good and res
ponsible guarantors In this case
To be signed by the district judge, district attor
ney .collector, nary agent, or some person known
to the bureau to be responsible
To guard against offers being opened before the
time appointed, bidders are requested to endorse on
the envelope, above the address, and draw a Hoe
under the endorsement, thus
"Propoialtfor AurprWf House for the Aavy 1 aid at
New York "
TotheChlsfofthe Burenuuf Yards and Docks,
Waihlngtdn, D C, nov24-lawlw
I ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR
Zi new stock of lall and Winter Clothlnir. Gents
Furnishing Goods, Hats, and Caps
L. A. BEALL h CO ,
ae 2o Jm Clothiers, No. set seventh street
'V X fea AlKI tLK.'
TB.Uttdtntntd ha the pl.uar.ot iatoralBr
thaoltlinnof Waahlaiton aad th. Tltlnltr, that
he ha beta appolat.1 fiol. Agent or th ttlcbrtteC
XXX CltKAX ALB AND PORTSJl.
th. draiand foe If ha turn rtptdlr laerMttB. tlnce
lit Introduction Into thlt city. . II It alreulr mm
br a Urf e number orprlrate ftuilllea tntbe Dial riot
otColunbUi. s . r . , Y
Is brewed etptesslv for .family nee and eonttlns
none of the deleterious- lubataattee Which are so
and Porter to assist JeriwentetloiM ti
xxx orxam Ale
Is particularly recommended as a is.Maewell as
pleasant tonlo. ,
To persons suStorlog from the lost of appetite the
XXX Cream Ale Is foraluable as a most' agreea
ble stimulant, giving a healthy and vigorous action
to the stomas... i" 4
JTOT.X (J II HA If A1.K
Is highly recommended by the Facultrxif rkiladeU
AAA VJi EA At AUE
Is put up in plat and quart bottles and small kegs,
for Umlly use, and Is delivered to any part of the
city, free of chargej as Is also the most superior
iuMiiijr oi suiiiru tvturr.
S. U ERTflEIMtlt.'
4W aad 464 Berrath street,
IMAement.oppoalt P. 0
N B. XXX Ala uif aiwriar CLbt ilwu an
J.....L. .. .-zn ..T.--i.ni:-rr- zz. : "Tr
uiBugiii i wm auu Bcvcniu Atrcer. jMmenT.
rf T - If-
3 I' I l H'H !( a O O O 8 .
ProvlilOM, ' c
Engllih Plcklei, Chow Chow, etc,
Letter' Wine Bitten,
Madeira, Sherry aad Port Vtlnea,
Lemon, Ginger and Raapberry flrrupa,
Champtene Mnet, rarlout brtndi,
Old Wbliklet, a larg ttock In caaci,
An aMortment Catiupa, Canned Frultt,
Potted Mean, Soupt, Condemed Milk,
Clgtrt and Smoking Tobacco,
Brandy Cherries, i
London Porter and Sootch Ale
For til by
31 Penntylvanta avenue,
nor 50-1 m Oppotlt. WlUardt1 Hotel
mOBACGO Alf D BKOAB. WARBIIOUS K
WIIOLKSAIX AMD BCTAIZ. DIALIS M
TOB A CCO and SEQARS, and MEERSUA VM PIPES,
Corntr of i'mii tyt wmfa cwnus and Sath t. ,
WASHINGTON, D & .
HavlnrnoentlvenlarcedUTnlaaa of business. I
am now prepared to offer to the citizens of Wash-
lAgroa ine qcsi oranas oi iodaoco anaacgars, at
wholesale or retail, cheaper than can be bought
LA FAVORITA BUENO,
Are excellent brands, and every lover of good So-
gare are iw ir mem
Also, Smoking Tobacco of all kinds, wholesale
1 WILLIAM GROSSF,
nov SO 1m Cor. Pe&n. a i e and Sixth st.
Jddoe Advocate's Orricc,
Washington City, D C.,Nov. to, 153.
Applications having been made by ladles, to go
to taetr friends and families la the South, notice is
hereby gtt en that all applicants must mskp a writ
ten statement to thla office. TerlAed b oath, be
tween this date and the 16th day of December next,
setting forth i ,
Fii-bt. The name, age, and residence of the appli
cant., Second. The date when she came within the mil
itary lines of the United states, fbf what purpose,
and where she has since resided.
Third The place she deslrei to go to, and the
purpose or object thereof.
The persons to whom lea e may be granted will
be sent with euiteble escort from Washington to
the United States lines la Virginia, with such per
sonal effects as shall be allowed to pass
No person will be allowed to take more than one
trunk or package of female wearing apparel,welgh
log not 0 er one hundred pounds, aad subject to in
spection! and any attempt or rSbrt to smuggle con
traband propertj will forfeit the same, and subject
the psrty to Imprisonment during Uu war
U C. TURNER.
nov 17 Major and Judge Ad. ocatr.
Edward Everett's Bepljr ta sm English
ar roETicAL rvwp,
What have we in America t
We're wonder great and grandt
We have the essence of the earth,
The cream of every land
Our mountains are magnificent,
Our rivers are immense
And each man has a kingly style,
If not a king's expense.
Our ships are known to all the world)
The farms cannot be beati
Our cities, full of luxury,
Are famous for the neau
e're orators and authors, too,
With Intellects of force i
We've railroads scattered e erj where
Aod one Professor Morse.
Our girls have beaut) , wlrl and grace,
They're charming, aweet, and fatl
But, then, the grandest thing we hav e
Is known as great OAK HALL,
Where the fall and winter stock of flrst-eUsi cloth
ing Is now ready In extra abundance and greatest
varlet) , All the newst) le Ov ercoats, Sacks, Busi
ness Coats, Peg-top Pants, Ice , selling at prUes so
low that ev er) bod) will buy and be satisfied
J. BRUCE h CO,
No 44, Seventh street near F,
ov 21 dtdeel Two doors below Smith's.
DEALED PIlOPOSAIH ara Invlt. until tht
O 6th or December, 18tW, for furnishing the Sub
sistence DeDartmeni with 4(MI TOKIl lit 111 tn
The first deliver) to bo commenced on or about
the 12th of December, and the whole quantlt) put
in before the end of aald month
ThellaVtobesblooed bv watar.uiriitol.itrA.lnai
the wharves at Sixth street, and weighed In Wash
Bidders must state tn their bids the price perUX)
pounds at which they will furnish the hai
Firms making bids must state the names of all the
Payment to be made to Treasury notes, or such
.ut.ua t. uVmHai.a.uu. USTfl MH UlSirirtUllOn
Bids to be directed to Col A. BLCKWI11I. A T
C and C. , U. S. A ( and endorsed Proiwsals for
j nov u
JAV COOICK .fc. COH '
HA N K L R S,
No, 439 Fifteenth Street,
ARMY AND NAVY BILLS CKRTICATJ'S'
COIN, CURRENCY AND EXCHANGE,
Highest price paid for
GOLD. 8ILVFR. AND OLD DEMAND NOTES,
oct 3d ten
fl'llla IB TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sub
L scriber has obtained from the Orphans' ( ourt of
Washington county, la the District of Columbia,
letters of administration on the personal estate of
Nicholas snvder.lat of Washington county, de
ceased AU persons having claims against the said
deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or
before the eighteenth day of November next they
may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit
of said estate
Given under my hand thla 18th day of November.
A D 1663 SARAH BYNDER,
nor l-lawj.w Administratrix.
Os'l'll KIM (I to t (I t- It
iHTii i:.m uu ill u
993 PENNSVLVANIA AVENLT,
803 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
a9 PENNSYLVANIA VFNUF,
39 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, NEW IORK,
39 SOUTH WILLIAM 8TRCFT, NFW YORK,
CHOICE BBANPtES AND WINKS,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CnOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
And wholesale dealers In
RTE AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
RTE AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
As well as every variety of
j LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac.,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
And the best brands of
GENUINE HA VAN'A CIGARS,
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS.
We also offer for sale a complete assortment of
FRUITS, MEATS, Ae ,
FRUITS, MEATS, he.,
FRUITS, MEATS, ha ,
Expressly put up for camp use.
BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET,
BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET.
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES,
LOWFST NEW YORK PRICES,
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES.
., V3 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUK,
JQ5 PKNNSTLVANIA AVKNTJE.
Between Ninth and Tenth street.
T E A S I I
A large Invoice of the above articles are now
being received, and for sale by
D J. BROWN,
No. N, Washington Building,
Serenth street and Penn avenue.
SUTLERS TAKE NOTICE)
Teas in V pound packs.
Teaa In 6, 8, 10, 13, 16, 19 and SO pound boxes.
Canned Tomatoes In 3 doscn boxes
Canned Peaches in 3 dosen boxes
Pickles tn 3 dozen boxes
Gum Drops tn i pound papers.
Gum Drops In S pound boxes.
Raisins In boxes aod i boxes.
Pepper In 3 ounce papers and In 1 gross boxes
ngliah Mustard In pound papers aad cans.
English Mustard In )i and 1 gross boxes
Preserv ed Cherries In bottles.
Figs In Vi pound drums and S pound boxes
Lemon Syrup la bottles
For isle by
D J. BROWN,
No 8, Washington Building,
Sev enth street and Penn. arenue,
Washington, D C.
rjV) TUB OFFICERS OF THE AKB1V.
Just arriv ed. by direct Importation per steamer
Fulton, from Europe, a ver) tine and large assort
ment of Marine, Opera, Field Glasses, and Tele
scopes, which 1 will sell a very little above the
cost In Paris As to the qualities, there are none
suiierlor Iq be had, hav tog been selected purpose lr
for this market Also, a large and well-assorted
stock of Opera Glasses, Microscopes gold, sllv er,
and steel Spectacles and F) e Glasses, suited to the
sight b) 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
ment 425 IXnnsytpanUt ovenut, between Four-and-a-half
and blxth streets.
My Establishment la up stairs.
Glassea fitted to suit. The trade supplied.
Oct 10 ly
ArPMCATIONH for Duplicate Laud
Application ha ring been made under the act of 23d
June, 18G0. for the reissue of the Land Warrants
described herein, which are alleged to have been
lost or destrored. notice is herebr riven that, at
the date fallowing the description of each warrant,
a new certificate of like tenor will be issued If no
valid obtectlon should then an near.
No 86, 163, for 160 acres, Issued under the act of
flinrtri. 1000,111 ineiiaaieoi nticnci, wiuow 01 inos
Meredith, and was granted March 3, 1859 Decem
ber S. 1863
No 13,709, for 120 aores, issued under the act of
piarco, 1000. in inenasucoi ArDumnarnngron.ana
was arranted SeDtember 17. 1867 January 4. lafil
No 83,464, for 160 acres, Issued under the act of
March, 1800, In the names of the ralaur children of
oaaiei F. Aiccune, deceased, aod was granted Oct
t4. town sianuarj it. low,
No. too 847, for 160 acres, Issued under the act of
March ISOO, in the name of Ansel Allen, and was
ranted March 13, 1803 January 18, IBM
No 100,860, for 160 acrt-e, Issued under the act ol
March, IBM, in the oame of Rachel, widow of Geo
1 tamer, and was granted January 6, 1863 February
' JO! TH II. BARRrTT,
In consequence of the lownessof the water In
the General Reservoir It will be necessary, unless
great econom) of water Is practiced, for tne Gov
ernment soon to shut off the supply to citizens en
tirely. All persons are, therefore forbidden to use the
hydrantsonPennsylrsniaavenue, or on any streets
or avenues under ihe care and supervision of the
Commissioner of Public Bulldlnrs. for watfti-inir 1 h
hi',?; p""""' or "" " i"it. Pri
And all pe:
11 cited to he
ersoos using the water are urgently 1
vi'uuuuiic-ai iu 11s use as possible.
B B RENCH,
Commissioner of Publlo Buildings
200,000 Dome it lo Segars, consisting of Seed and
Seed and Havana of the best qualltj , put up In
most destrablo styles, for sale at unusually low
100,000 Imported Hav ana Segars, comprising the
choicest brands In the market, Just received and
for sale at
no 13 OSTHEIM BROTHERS,
)noroiALi ron oath and corn.
Depot Quarts bmaitc n't Orricc,
Corner tsth and O streets,
WashlngtoD, November 24, 1882.
SCALED PROPOSALS will be rauw.i-.vt at thU
office until THURSDAY, the 4th day of December, at
u t.iivsfc hi , iur i ui mail log inn uoTrnimni wim
300,0001 two hundred thousand bushels of Oats and
I3O0.0001 twnhundrfMi thniisaaithiiatiatlanrAM hu.
The oats to be or a good merchantable quality,
put up In hags of about two bushels each
Oats will be received by welght.at () thirty-two
pounds to the bushel '
Sacks to lie furnlshedwlthout extra charge to the
The Corn to be of a good merchantable qualltr.
put up In bags of about two bushels each.
Corn will be received by weight at (06) flfty-elx,
pounds to the bushel. '
Sacks to be furnished without extra charge to the
Delivery to he made In the city of Washington,
within 135) twenty-Are days from the date of the
Proposals wlH be received for (W,000) fifty thou
sand bushels of Oats and upwards, and for (flo,ooo)
fifty thousand bushels of Corn and upwards
The propositions for the Oats and Corn mvst be
od trpartti papers, and entirely distinct from aod
Independent of each other.
The full name and post office address of the bidder
rouatappear In the proposal. ,
If a bid la made la the name of a firm, the names
or all thenartles must apnear.or the bid will be
considered as the Individual proposal of the partner
Proposals from disloyal parlies will not be con
sidered, and an oath or allcoiakce mist accom
part each rmorosiTiOR
Proposals must be addressed to Colonel D 11
Ruckcr, Quartermaster U. s Army, Washington,
D C , and should be plainly marked' Proposals for
Oats and Corn."
It be awarded to him, must be guarantied br two res-
jjuubiuiv tmisvui, wwie signal u res must oe appen
ded to the rnarantee.
me responsiDuuy oi me guarantors must be
shown bribe official cenlrleaiti of th rUrk nr i h
District Court, or of the United States Dls-
Bidders must be present In person when the bids
are opened, or their proposals will not be consid
ered Bonds equal In amount to half the sum to be re
ceived on the contract, signed by the contractor and
i-jihuihii.uiuiihi, wm oerequireaoi tne suc
cessful bidder upon signing the contract.
As the bond must accompany t he contract, It will
be necessary for the bidders to have their bonds
men with them, or to have bonds signed lu anticipa
tion and ready to be produced when the contract Is
Blanks for bonds can be procured upon applica
tion being made at thla office, either person ally, by
letter, orby telegraph ' " '
rpras of Guarantee.
v e, - - of the county of - , and State of
and ' of tho county of and State
of , do hereby guarantee that Is able to
fulfil a contract In accordance with the terms of his
proposition, and that, should his proposition be
accepted, he will at once enter Into a contract In
Should tho contract be awarded him, we are pre
pared to become his securities.
(To this guarantee must be appended the official
certificate above mentioned )
. INSPECTION, DELIVERY, to.
All Oats and Corn contracted for under this ad
vertisement Will be riatldla? lniTtal attiri aurh
do not prore of a good sound merchantable quality
will be rejected.
Parment to be made uoon th MmniMinn nt tin
contract, or so soon thereafter as the Depot Quar-
Niuta.Hi Duaiii im ui iuiius
Any Informality In the bid, or non-con forma u
with the terms orthls advertisement, will ensure
the rejection of the proposal.
TlatiriraartP tit Kami,! tk. n.t !..! rv..n ,, .
one of the Government Wharves In the cltv of
The Depot Quartermaster resen es to himself the
right to rect any or all bids that he ma) derm too
D. U I1UCKLR,
Colonel and Deuot Ouarf prtnatrr.
nor 24 dtD4
ItANIl ADVANCE OP THE AIIMV,
T end clothiers are en Ing up the rreat adv ance
of clothing, but we are selling at a small advance
on old prices W e have a largo stock on hand, and
are selling them off to make more room, for we
have a very large stock of Clothing at our manuTtc
tory, and are now running off our stock at less
than wholesale prices to make room e hav tt al
wa)s been fighting agaliut high prices, and shall
continue todo so Mr, SMITH is in the market nil
the time, and Is enabled to furnish our store with
a superior stock, and we cannot be undersold by
anyone We have the means to sell cheap, and
are determined to do It at
SMITH h EK ALL'S,
io. 361 Seventh street,
nor 21 dt J an I Near K street
EYE AND EAR.
NOISES IN THE HEAP.
Affections of tho TIIROAT.
DISEASES OF THE AIR PASSAGES.
These maladies ate excluslrelr and successfully
Oculist and avriit,
K7 Penn. avenue, opp Willards.
tj- Numerous Testimonials can be examined at
his office, from cltliena of W ashinirton
fiAll surgical operations to restore SIGHT
and HEARING performed nov 10 Ira
TO Till- PUBI.IL
(. 0 8 M N (1 ImTh I'AUIUN T
fi S ! 3
(Formerly of New lork,)
Has the Name and Fame of being one of
THE JA'aSr KESTAURAXTtS IX TOWX.
tJ-Gheusa trial, and Judge for )ourself 9.
I v er) thing In the House Is of the
BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
Don't forget the number,
44) Pennsjlv ania avenue,
I ft ween Twelfth and Thirteenth streets,
mar 10 South side
ARTIFICIAL CLIOPEASTIC BONF Tr F HI,
without metal plate or clasps, b)
DR. a. D. BIQE8MOND.
V1U Broad wa) , New ork( and 2JGO Penn av euue.
oeiwvru iweiiia ana inincenin sis ,
WA8UINUT0V, p. C,
Calls the atleutlon of the public to the follow ing
advantages of hlslmurovedsvatcnu
1st. The teeth of his manufacture will uev er cor
rode nor change color by an) acids, and are three-
oiirins iignter man any oiner
3d No teeth nor roots need bo extracted, as the
artificial onea can he Inserted ov er them
3d 1 he roots will be made 1 nolle nil v e and uev er
4th Notemnorari tcethareneeded.asDermanent
ones can be made immediately, thereby preserving
the natural expression of the face, which, under
the old bj stem, Is frequently disfigured
6th This work has been fully tested, for over five
years, by many of the first chemists and physicians
OI I nil auu 11m uu cumiiri.
Dr et has also invented a white tndrstructllte
metal tilling, wiin wmen tne moat sensitlvetirth
can ov uiicu wriumui nm, aim can ouiiti up a i'r
feet sound tooth on any side roots, whiih will last
llerercrstothefollowlnRs-entlemen. Dr Moltt
in, uoremus, rroiessor 01 inemisiryt "'
Manu, jun Capt. Crabtree, Mi lrestdeiit of the
kmigratlon Compau) of New orkt Hon JtiditP
vvayne, fi 1110 Bupremn imiri(iu iim.iiiniuit, i
C l and thousands of utlura
Call and examine for ) ourselves nov 8 tm
We arc now manufacturlnd CAMP, (OOK and
HLA11NG SlOVLS, which we will sell by the
doien or hun I red as cheap as they can be bousht In
. 11 t 11 1 unr.uuni,
331 Pcnu. avenue, near 7th street.
HATCH thK A D'VRKTIBINU.
One tquare, three day .. 11.00
una tqaarc, jour uajs - - - - - i
unetquare, nyeaty f t v 1"
une tquare, aix uayn - - .
Frery cither day ndrerttojoenti, flftx pc
rent, additional. , ",, "
Onco a week dycrtlcmcnt'rliir:Mf at new
for each Iniertlon. ' ' '
-Eljtbt line or In conttltrtt. a aqture ,
AdTortltemenlt thould he banded In py nine
o'clock p. m. ' "
" f i .. . ... i'i
Drr: nil's b amuuci wink.
rVHE, ARD rODH YKARIOl.Itr
OF OHOICE OTORTO URATE,
FOR PHYSICIANS' USE
For Females, Wtakty Vrfont and Invalids.
Frery family, at this season, should use the
Celebrated In Europe for Its medicinal and benefi
cial qualities as a gentle Stimulant, Tonic, Diuretic,
and Sudorific, highly esteemed b) eminent physi
cians, used In European and American Hospitals,
and by some of the first families In Europe and
A3 A TUNIC,
It has no equal, causing an appetite and building
up the system, being entirely a pure wine of a moat
AS A DIUUfcT.U,
It tmnarts a heallhr action of the Glands and .Kid
neys, and Urinary Organa.rery beneficial In Dropsy
Gout, and Rheumatic affections
Is not a mixture or manufactured article, but Is
pure, from the Juice of the Portugal samburua
excellent article for alt weak and debilitated iwt-
sonsand the affed and Infirm, improving the appe
tite and benenung lauies ana cm wren.
A LADIES' WINL,
Because It will not Intoxicate as other wines, as It
contains no mixture of spirits or other llquom, and
r properties, Imparting a healthy tone to the digest"
ve organs, and ft blooming, soft, and beallhysklu
WE RFFf H TO
A few well-known gentlemen and ) hysiclana who
nave irieu 11 c w inc.
Pr Wilton 1Hhat,N .
Dr lhttighert), Newark
Dr. Marcy, New ork
Gov. Morg IVN State
Dr. Parker S Y.Clt).
ur. 1'iiai, 1 mini a
B3Nonec-nurne wlfhoiitlhe signal urn or " A.L
FRI D Sl'l 1 R, Paasalc, N J ," la nv er the cork
I-or sale b) Drurgistsandall first-class Denier
A. 8PM It, Proprietor
1 neva an Passaic, New Jeiej .
Oi rn r JH Brondwav New ork.
JOHN LA rOY, Paris,
nov 31) Agent for I- rante an I (,etman)
TUHT THY OUU NEW HT(K IC OF
Clothing from the people's nothing store, No
4W) Hcventli street, nrar i TImv out-wear any
thing v nil can I uy ami they are sold so cheap at
J II SMITHS
No. tCOSerrnth Mrret, near F
I would adrlsoall to come and bii) their Clotlilng
atNMIT)l.ty M bfiuith street
It nit am wise 011 wlllcomi tnHMITU'S, No
4CuSeventhstreef, near f.oppnslte Hty Post OI
ttce, to buy )our Clothing, Furnishing tnodi
Trunks, Hats, and Capw.
The PFOPLl.'S CLOTHINU HIORK, No 4W
Seventh street, lathe l-est place In town to buy
jour Clothing, Furnishing Good, Trunks, Hats
and Caps J 11. SMITH 4c CO, Clothiers 410
, Call soon and seeour new stock of Fall and Win
ter Clothing, which wp an selling at verv low pri
ces, at the PFO PLC" CLOTHING STORK, No. 460
Serenth street, near F.
Great attractions at No. 4C0 Seventh street New
stock of Clothing Just arrived, and selling at our
usual low prices J. II. SMITH hCO, Uothiera,
No 460 Sev enth street, and corner Tvv ent let list reet
and Penn. avenue.
Great bargains in Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Cans, Boots, and Shoea, on the corner ol
Twentieth street and Penn. avenue
SMITH h CO , Clothlera, First ward, cor. Twen
tieth street and Pennsylvania avenue, s the cheap
est place In town to buy your tall and Winter
Call at the First Ward Clothing store and get
) our Fall and Winter Clothing, Hats, t aps. Hoots,
SMITH h CO, Clothiers,
Cor. Twentieth street and Teon av
HRST WARD CLOTHING HOUSE, corner of
Twentieth street and Penni) Irani avenue.
ou can buy jour Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots,
and Shoes cheap, corner of Twentieth street and
rcnnsyi ania av enue
sep 2 3nt
TTKNTION, SOLIIIKHS ANO SVT-
aUi-;i(N-iiavinirjus( compieieu ourasson-
ment of Camti I-urntture, we would now respect
ful l lurlte the attention of Soldiers and sutler
Our assortment com rises In part the following
tamp goods, vln
lamp Cheats for mess of from four to six. Camp
Tables. Caran Stools. Canin Cots Camn Mattresses.
with allother articles of Camp Furniture calcula
ted to mike a soldier comfortable Allof whKh
n III I e sol 1 nt the v ery lowest cash prices at
i.m 1 w . it'll iiimii
No 6-6 wenth street, corner I
O O M T. T II I N
N K M ,
1 n 1 it
Nnwl llio tlint to but inur Fall Cltithluir. at No
460 Sev enth street t where) oil cau find all the latest
atvlegoods.at Northern 1 rhes
Ho tho I for Seventh street, No 460 A large In
voice or Clothing at ver) low prices. No 460 Ser
enth street, near F
Anewna) 10 e uom 1 nil) JU'T .iuuiiua; at
No 4tA) Serenth street, opKtslte Post Office, at 10
per cent below the market prKe, In Treasury
Smith's, No 4t Seventh street, Is the cheapest
house in town to buy) our Clothing, Furnishing
UOotis, mints, nais,an 1 L-aps sep.j m
A T I N A I. LOAN,
TlliVTl IMinvPltdM BONDS
u x i ted sr.iru,
( A'iiom il " FlM TtMntUl,")
TUe CtiUroN 11USDS In .limt of $30, .KH u,
Tlip IIK.ISrt Kl r llllNDS tn .nnuof J0 tllixi,
,6ui, ,lt(u)t ami Ituhi, --
f lillrrtit commtnetntj al Jatt of pur katr )
rou SALE AT I til in
.IVY COOICK A, .. Il.uk. r.,
453 htftntith itrot
Thr.c Ho. i. arc the
CnrirrT OorraiMrtT bfci mtr
now tu tho m irLrr
" luinxtl yayilNr irmt-aitntutllv
IN MM II
t.puulriiUnt, At rtsfiit irl.cof totu, tu
N I ik ( iur In itirrciuy
Do iiii itvm ill It ) on ilu sot, call at
SMI I It U U r, No. :ifil Wvcnlli.tri-ft
ne.r K .trtn t, unit I ny ) onr.rlf nlo. tult of ( loth
Inir from tin m, n. they iwtl rh ti.
KMIT1I i. LI M.I
No toi hfiittiAlrct,
liovil llitOvl nrir h, tin-.!
I7UVAHI)tAKT'l'. ... .
No, 37t li nv ive , WAtiimaTon, U. t
Dock, bomil In 'l) .1)1 1mkriMoriKui,
BtiulA, anil I' ill. )!
inai1. ! -wn t . -fj
111 "r"ul-ir l T- ft-" "!"-