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TIIB DAILY NATIONAL, TUCFTJBI.1C AN
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Mill tsbtcrlben. 13.60 per aonomt fa for
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MEETING OP TIIR MAMHAClIUgBTTB
The qnartcrlr meeting of the Massachusetts
Keller Association, at WlllaruV Hell, oa Mon,
daj erenlng, was largely attended. U ,
The meeting was called to order by the presl.
aent, Hon. Oeo. W. MeLellao, Becond Assist
ant Postmaster Oeneral.
Judge Fernald, of tho. board, of director!,
presented ma report, which, after being read,
was accepted and ordered tube printed for dis
tribution. The report states that there are upon the
books of the association the names of 3,000
Massachusetts men, who have been, In the hos
pltals. The number at present remaining', Is
1,013. None of the goods contained In tha
large donation recently aent from Massachu
setts hare been received by this association. It
has been the object pf.the association fo keep a
complete list of the names of all persons from
Massachusetts who are In the hospitals. It has
In this way lccn enabled to effect a great 'deal
of good. ,
The treasurer, Mr. Gardiner 'Tuft, State
agent, afterward presented his report. Eigh
teen hundred and sixteen dollars and thirty-one
cents had been recclred, through donations, by
the association, since Its organization. There
was a balance at present In the treasury, after
all Its liabilities Up to the present time were
met, of 3W.
. Tho following officers were elected for the
ensuing quarter! t"
President lTon. Amass Walker.
Vice President Hon. J. R. Allen.
Treasurer H, D. Fernald,
Financial Secretary fleo. F. McLellan.
Secretary J. C. Forbush.
Execntlte Committee Hon. D. W. Oooch,
Hon. O. W. McLellan, Dr. C. F. McDonald,
John A. Fowlo, Gardiner Tuft, Benjamin V.
Spence, E. K. Whltaker.
, Bostox, December 5, 180.'.
Jobs A. Fowls, Esq.. and others, Committee
of Massachusetts Soldiers' Relief Association.
Washington, D. C.
Qektlexm 1 It la not often that I have an In
vitation extended to me which it would give me
more real pleasure and satisfaction to meet and
accept than yonrs, which I have now the honor
to acknowledge. No duty occupies more of
my mind, or lies more nearly at my heart, than
that of caring In every possible way, and with
all possible tenderness, for onr Massachusetts
sick and wonnded soldiers. Therefore, to you,
the ladles and gentlemen of tho Massachusetts
Soldiers' Relief Association, I am especially
grateful for your kind and cfflclcnt labors In
It Is a matter of great grief and anxiety to
me, that, though I feci It so deeply to ho my
duty and my privilege to take all posslblo care
of each and every soldier from Massachusetts
knowing each to be a hero, whatever his mili
tary rank I have, owing to causes which yon.
my coadjutors In the same work, can doubtless
appreciate, so llttlo power to act definitely and
efficiently. Believe me, our labors meet hero
with the warmest appreciation. Massachusetts
has sent over 70,000 men to tho field, besides
more than 10,000 who havo enlisted In the
1 navy; your euro and kind deeds for any one,
therefore, cannot., fall to be gratefully .felt In
, many hearts, and at many firesides.
Accept my wishes, that you may havo a plea
sant meeting, and believe that I should nbt fall
to be with you If Imperative duty did not hold
I hare tho honor to be your ob't servant,
- Jobs A. AsnnEtv,
(lotcrnor of Massachusetts.
SrEEClI OP SENATOR WILSON.
Senator Wilson being called upon, spoko as
Mr. President! I rccchcd an Invitation to
come hero tontght, but I did not understand
that I was oxpected to make a speech, nor did
I expect to meet here moro than a dozen per
sons Interested In this association. I do not
deem it necessary before this assemblage, most
ly, I believe, of persons from tho Common
wealth of Massachusetts, to present an argu
ment to show the necessity of doing all wo can
to relieve the sufferings of the men of our
Stato who are In the service of tho country.
The statement made here to-night officially,
111 go to our own States vrlU go to tho coun
try; will show that the persona engaged In this
organization are doing air that tin means
placed In their hands will permit them to do
to relieve the sufTsrlngs of the soldiers of Mas
sachusetts. Ithashappeied, sir, that I hare had an op
portunity of witnessing something of the la
bors of the persons Interested In this associa
tion and connected with the State agencies, and
I say here what I believe to he trne, that these,
persons nave isuorea wttu great naciity ana in
dustry, and that the means placed at their dls
posal have been honestly and faithfully used.
ll believe this, sir; and, believing It, I am ready
to contribute whatever la demanded of me to
carry on this work. I am ready to do what I
can to appeal to the men of onr State, whoso
hearts and hands are In the ork,tn contribute
to this association.
It Is not, therefore, I say, neiessary for mo
to occupy your attention In advocating tho ne
cessity and Importance of tho work In which
you ore, engaged.
I close simply by saying, without making
ny offer or naming any sum, that I authorize
yon of this association, to rcqnlro of me who!
ever you may think necessary and I am, ablo B
give for the support of this organization. What
ever draft la made upon me will be cheerfnlly
speech or HON. 84MUU. hooper.
lion. Samuel Hooper being culledupon, said 1
Mr. President t I came here without any ex
pectation of being called upon to address this
meeting, but simply for the purposu or hearing
others. I regret to say I know very llttlo of the
doings of this society In detail. But while Ig
norant of Its actions In detail, I am well aware'
of Its general objects and havo always felt a
deep Interest In them. I beg jouwlli excuse
me from making a speech, for I would certainly
ratter give a hundred dollars than do so.
The President. I think, sir, the society w 111
tco ,u vuiuiumiBcuu MiUhtjUDSUOIJi lJ.aUgtl-
SPEECU or senator scmneh.
ponse to numerous calls, rose and spoke as fol-
I must say, Mr. Presldeut, It looks very natu
ral to see you In the chair. (Laughter and
applause.) It makes It seem as If I were at
borne In Massachusetts. I know full well that
you, sir, are always wherever the Interests and
character of Massachusetts are In question. I
have not come here to-night to make a speech.
I came here to listen to the reports which have
been read, and because I would not fall In bear
ing such testimony as I could, oy my presence
to the character of the association. I take It'
sir, that your society may be considered anoth
er Illustration of what may be accomplished by
organization. All that any single Individual
can do, however charitable he may be, Is small,
but let that Individual unite with others, let him
bring his contributions, his labors, and his
activities Into combination with the contri
butions, labors, and activities of others, and
you canuot fall to achieve Important results.
And such I take to be this case of this associa
tion. The oblect nronosed la worthy or an.
combination. It la an object which appeals at
vuvv H-UH.U.VMVV uu iu y.MIUM.lU. LAI-
plause. To relieve the sick has always been a
(,'hrlstlan charity, but to relieve the soldier,
suffering from wounds or from disease, Is at
once a Christian charity and a duty of patriot-
M ttd f " rZ.W -iL'svit 3'' rat ,-aW lx '.at .A.
WW ;; 3pW:. Iflittttff,
lam. If there be any one unable to wield the
weapon of battle, one unable to leave his home,
iour society may make a At appeal to such,
laasachusetta may well boast of her charities.
At home our honored State Is covered over with
charitable Institutions, bnt Ihst spirit bf chari
ty, of which we are so proud at home, ought
not, In Its Influence and In Its Operations; to be
confined to State lines; It' onght to go enrely
wherever there Is a Massachusetts soldier; ' Ap
plause. It should be Jnst as efUcaclous as If
we were at home upon our own soil. Ap
plause.) It Is sometimes said, " Charity should
begin at homei'" I sar. In this case, charltr
should begin wherever ' the Massachusetts sol-
aier can be relieved.
SPEIClt Or HON. MR. ELLIOT.
The president having called upon tbo Hon.
Mr. Elliott, of Massachusetts, he rose and spoke
Mr. President! I wish It mlzht be In mi-
power to contribute such pleasure by my speech
as we hare derived from tho music which has
come front onr friends who have Just enter
tained us. And yet, In commencing the few
words that I have to say, I must enter a pro
test against the principle of a part of the speech
which came from onr friend, Judgo Thomas.
In point of fact, tho speech belled Its preface;
ur in utj,u uy aaiug huh spcCCU WBS QO
wanted, and could effect nothlner beret when.
before he had concluded, he satisfied us all that
the speech of a right, out-spoken man Is that
thing which begins the work In these days.
Massachusetts Is prone to speech. I think God
thst she Is, and to resolution, to action, and to
work, also. All come from the old Bay State.
Mr. E. alluded to tho Massachusetts wrinkle
of a free library for tho use of soldiers, estab
lished In this city, and which now numbered
3,300 volumes. It was for the benefit of sol
dlera from all States, though the funds so far
had been furnished by Massachusetts means,
and was the happy thought of a Massachusetts
man. The library's flsg was the contribution
of Dorchester girls, and the fair librarian (Miss
ivuiuaey , l'bid ucr bitth'cs iree.
Hon. Mr. Alley said that, as a semi-Quaker,
iva. v aawuo uuiiuj two n ill IU lilSUtTM
nti) no people had been more dlannant
to contribute, and several thousand dollars had
oeen raiioa uv them tor tne rellcr or tick and
Remarks were also made tr Rev. John Pier!
lrE. tEZi S T.!iu,MIV.i D
Hon. Mr. Gooch. and others, and the "Star
amonir those who Joined heartily In the chorus
wo noticed a venerable lady, whoso ajo and
gray hairs had not dimmed her patriotism, and
ral contribution. '
Tho following subscriptions for the benefit of
the awoclatlon were received during the even-
Samuel Hooper, $100 1 Hon. Ainaaa
IValker. JSlOOi Hon. John B. Allev. 100, Hon.
T. D. Elliott. 100: Hon. It. AV. ifooner. 100,
Hon. (J. v . Chapman. Slit Mrs. Walter R. John.
eon, ;to-rus Alger to., iuo; Hon. Henry
,.U, ,,v, ... U .U..MU, ,o.
Hecretar'HrYmrta Opinion of Kiiianrlpa,
Department or State.
Wahjiimjtov. September 20. 180.
1 Aa i nil am We)! awapa
1 .,.,.. .. .... . v
its never been oipcctcd uv tho Prrsldent that
loyal States, and bring foreign armlea or navies
into tno connici, onu stilt lie ouowea o retain
in oouuage, nun mo couscu. 01 mis uovorn -
BUtes. At tho samo time, the emancipation of
the slaves could bo effected only by Executive
authority, and on tho ground of military no-
cesslty. Aa a preliminary to the exercise of
that great power, tho President must hao not
only the exigency, but tho general consent of
the loyal pmplo of tho Union In tho border
slave States where tho war n as rairlne. as u ell
as In the free SLatos which have escaped the
Bcourgo. w men couia oniy do ouiaineu lurougu
a clear conviction on their part that the military
exigency had actually occurred.
It Is thus seen that what has leen discussed
so earnestly at homo aud abroad, as a question
of morals or of humanity, has all the while
been Dracttcallv oulv a mllltarv uuestlon. de
pending on circumstances. The order foreman-1
i-ipuuuii, in lutt.OrOiiCTt, uu iuc is. ol January.
In the States then still remaining la rebellion
against tho Union, was Issued upon duo dellb -
eratloi and conscientious consideration of'lhe
ctcfl condition or tbo r and tho state of
opinion In the whole country.
No one who knows how slavery was engraft-
ed upon the uatlon-when It Mas springing up
Into existence how It has gronn and gulned
strength as tho nation Itself has advanced In
wealth and power ; how fearful thepeoplehave
hitherto been of any change which might dls-,
turn the parasites, will contend that the order
comes too late.
It Is hoped and billcved that, after the pain-
fill experience no hate had of the dancer to
which the Federal connection with slavery Is IhefullBanieandiwstofnccaddressoi thebldlcr
exposing the Republic, there w 111 be few ludecd ' muf' l1!,1? uufJ '!SilVL r
w ho will Insist that the decree whirl, hrlnira lln ,If.? .I4 U ntr m ,hf nAine of firra' ,ha ntmct
wuo wminsisi innLuiouecreewiiicunringsuio 0fHU the parties must appesr.or the bid will be
connection to an cud either could or ought to considered as theludiilduaJproposslof thepartner
have been deferred. signing It. '
The Interests of humanity hate nou become 1 . frouuaAlj romdlnloyal parties willuotbe con
Identlflcd with tho catiso of our country, and SSvAn?PMOrt?oVlOUf'M
this has resulted not from anr Infraction of Proposal must be addressed to Cohmrl U H
constitutional restraints by the Government, but Huckvr, Quartermaster U S. Arnit Wahhiagton,
from persistent, unconstitutional and factious H C,Hi.dsliouldbeplainiymarked'Proposrsfor
Li iUm..T.l.tir.tlrMl. '
I am, sir, )our obedient servant,
. William II. Sewarh
Charles Francis Adams, Eat., A.c.
TEADY IN A FKW DYS.
Tle Itrsulfsof CiiiKUrlpAtlou.
UV M. AlOl'STIN COCIIIK.
, , ,. lf, ,r " . ., t. . ,, ,Ueltedoi,thecontrfti.t,Bignedbythecoi.'.ractorand
Tramiuttd by Jliu Mary L itooth, tramUitor of toth of his guarantors, will be required of the sui
M, GarparinU Work on .iiturkit. 1 ccsuful bidder upon signing the contract
As the boiid muit Atcomtianv the Lootract. It will
Sii llltlfl Im uriatltlt lv Irnnwii ut tt.n i4iinitiii1iii1
and soclalrrrulft of emancipation In those countries nri wlt them, or to hat e bonds signed In antlclps
where It has taken place, that the Importance of t on and readj to bo produced tthen the contract is
tnis toiunie iu ine peopie 01 ine uniieu Mates, in
the present crisis, csn hardlt be ot cr-estlmatcd x
xia wnrlr wa written t tha aiiHiinn n.r tha
learned Count Montalemberti Is based entirely 00
omclal reports) and Its statements, w hlch comnre-
nenn even lurm 01 me question, are ruuy reus Die.
ju. cocuin is an ex-ma ire ana muutclpal coudcII-
lop at the citvof Pavrlu. II Ima )iil rFsit a.iPan.
tagesfor research among both public and prltate
documents, And has devoted Ms life to the subject
on which his forthcoming totume treats. He re
cently received the order of knighthood from tho
Pom. in acknowledgment of the abllitt dlsplajed
In this bookt to which, also, was revntl) awarded
the flrst prtie of three thousand frtots lj the
Wnio $1 CO $aifirftbimatl,au receipt of the
Address WALK Kit, VJSK U CO ,
dec 9 at Publishers, &ntou,
NOTICED MEMULHS OF COSGHEiS AbD
VrRAtiQEHS VISiribQ WASIU&Q1QS
Will find It much to their advantage and personal
comfort (lf rooming out) to take their meals at this
well-known and long-established Kestaurant The
subscriber has spared no expense in refitting his
entire establishment, v hlch is intendedexcluclt ely
for a first-class Gentlemen's Ilcstaurant, v, here may
be found all the comforts of a prlt ate home, and on
very moderate term's.
Gentlemen are particularly requested to call be
fore making Arrangements eiiett hero
nov 2 eolm 2A3 Penns It anla avenue
SMITH fc 11KAI-L,, N. 301 SKVKNT1I
street.between I and K streets, is the Cheapest
Clothing House In town. Try them
no. m rcn. a, ., w.,,OIo a c.
Books bound In every style Turkey, Morocco,
Russia and Calf. Je7.
". Alt HALX, CLOTIIINU IIOUIK. No. 4nt
V teventh street, near F atmt.the Great ttaiar
ol rasnion, where yeuoan find the bettrut ami maite
Clothing for Men and Boys' wear that the market
can produce, and our prices, for cheapness, aodilu-
raMUtr of our foods, defy competition. (Our
nelthbor Smith, two doors above, ao lour noted for
em til clothing less than any house In the city, in
aprhata conversation, acknowledged to us that
he eier i.wnj, If the clttsens of Waahlagtoa
were posted In the roods I have.' air store wonld
he overrun with UJlei and gentlemen la want of
elothtag, and I only wish to hava you eall and see
our beautiful aaaortmente of clothing, and I think
that our prlcea and goods wlll.more than pay you
for calling at the Leading Clolhjng House, N6.'40 4
seventh street, near F street, two door's below
Everybody knows smith, but, inatead of calling
at nis piaca, come in tv, o doora below.
N. B, I have a aptclsl word to say fo the Ladlee,
that I can please them better than ever In Doys'
Clothing, as my stock excels anything I ever had.
1. BllUCE k CO ,
Formerly at Oleon Hall,
nov!t-dl)ant Now at Oak Hall.
L Oa flAI r rinTuian llnnu
Mr. Bruce, formeiir at th 0.lrn 1111. h unw
pIw-M a new store at No. 4W Seventh atmtjuit
uriow ami in a. wncre fifl n B nne ICieCTlOD 01 1MCD
and Bop clothing At Yry low prlceit he ! detl
roui of hftTloK 11 hli old cuttomen oU on him, m
thr evn buy good At lower prices than Any other
iurv iu iiicciij's .1, llHUCaVA LU.,
No. 404 Serenth street, near F,
CaII n,l see Mr. Bruce, At No. 4C4 Seventh street
Mr. Bruce Has a Pine Stock or Clot & lug (or Men
And Boys' wwr, At No. 44 Seventh street, opposite
a-ltsr Una Hfllu ' r
Mr. Bruce Is the man to please the Boys In Cloth
up;, naj hi, m a; a-niii iri'ri
enth street, opposite City Post Office.
For Men and Boys' Clothing call on Mr. Bruce. '
Oalc HaU, No. 464 Seventh street, between and F
Mr. Brace lathe tnan to rlmfavmi In Hnfainnth
tor, At Oak Hall, No. 484 Seventh street, opposite
City Post Office. at 24 3m
flnASO advanck op tub Amir of
vX tuc ivryuin .. .t. ..
lBEALLi No.Mt Seventh street. We are able to
' ' N Sod clothing nearly aa cheap aa ever. We
I have Iwu fighting agalnit high prices for the lait
I sell at low price..
SMITH I. all the time In the market picking up
goods at old prices, and thst Is one reason we un-
dertell all other. We hat e the Uielna and aMllty
'o aell cheap, and we will dolt, a. our customers
I want Goo.1 Clothliut at low r.ricea. and we areluit
I the men to wit It to them, a uhU i. .niiiM ai t th
ciWiP C10TW1O Hotst' of
No. am Sei enth atreet,
ftnV ?1l, tail, LNm, ,1a.. ,il.r ,. n..L.I
' AVI,U SA1S H1M We ylht our storeln
It I ' 1 the First ward may not have caiiied a com
. . ,,., ( nnsu usnj nut lllllt brsl 11.-14 H IUUI'
nmtinn. i.nt.i.. v ...it. Ud . ...
s,"' cor,"r ' 1"intleth street and Penn.j vanla
1 avenue, out wno ever avw a .tore where a Smith
r was that did 110I tlu huahmit auj the reai.n la,
wh' lhl re "lwJ' oor Who cr hnl ot R
f Smith getting rich I Inererdid)
V arc deteriulnedlofuruUli til the First Ward
with Good Clothing.
Kierjtoily had bettrr come toon and luy,as our
neighbors, In a similar business, say that we can
not stand it more than nlnet) dtjs longer selling
goods so cheap, but we have a wry large lot of
Clot Line, Mats, Caps, Boots, Aud Shoes left, And
we arp determined to run them on at great bar
gains, At Headquarters for Clothing Iu the tirst
Ward, corner of Twentieth street aud feiins)ha
nla svrnue and No 400 Sei enth street
n0 21 lijani
SMITH & CO.
1 T)llOPOSAl. for if AY.
hkaLfd PHOPOSALs will u recehed at this
offlie until TUlSDAY, the icthdir of December, at
IJ o'clock M , for furnishing the Gorernment with
four thousand (4 U0t tons of llav.
lUvtobegood merchantable timothy, put up
in bales, and delhered at two thouftnd (2,000)
pounds to the ton
Delhery to be made In the city of Wathlngton
within tweniy-Are(33)d)s om thedate o the
Propositi ull In? melted for Ate uudrcd (6u0)
, tons of list and unwanlH
' GUARANTr K.
Tlteabilitt of the bidder to llllthfiont p-ct. thnnU
t It be awarded to hlm.must be guarantied bt two res-
Sonslble persons, whose signatures must he appen
ed to the guarantee.
, The reiionsitlllty of the guarantors mint be
I shown by the official cerlliicate of the clerk of the
nearest District Court, or of the United States Dis
bidders must be present In person tthen the bids
are opened, or their proposals ulll not he consid
ered. ! Uonds canal In amount to half the um t.i Ui i-a
be necessary for the bidders to hate their louda-
blanks for bonds can be procured uitou anrillcA-
l tlou beiniT made at tills office, either nerional If. hv
letter, or by ll"!
form of uuarantet,
We,-, of the county of , and state of
, and . of tho couuty of , aud Si ate
of 1 do hereby guarantee that Is able to
fulfil a contract In accordance w ith the terms of his
proposition, and that, should his proposition be
accepted, he will at once enter Into a contract In
accordance therett ith
Should tho contract be au arded him, we sre pre
pared to become his securities
(Tofnitguarsnteo must be appended the oflUltl
certificate abote mentioned )
INSPFCTION, DELIVERY, AtC
AU Hay contracted for under this advertisement
will be rigidly Inspected, and such as do not prot e
of a good sound merchantable quality will be re
jected Payment to be made upon the completion of the
contract, or so soon there after as the Depot tiuar
termaster shall be In funds.
Any Informality In the bid, or non-con formauce
h 1th the terms of this advertisement, will ensure
tho rejection of the proposal
Delivery to bo made at tho R illroa 1 Depot, or at
one of tho Government Wharves In tl.e cm of
The Depot Quartermaster resort cs to himself the
right to reject any or all bids that he may deem too
D II RUCKFR,
Colonel and Depot Quartermaster
dec 6 dtDIO
FFICFBV AND SOLDIERS' GOOU-
FUN3T0N U SCOFIFXD.
John it , Acw York, and 301 E jrl, ntar II lUatdt',
Full assortment of Military and Fancv Good.,
wjsuuuii ru. u.u., oiauuu.ry, aud cenulne
VBSt&Hi orR1." ',ock "
S03 K street, juncture I'enniyivania atenue.
C., TOPNESI&Y, DECEMBER 10, 1862.
V X X C II Ii A M ALK,
.vTh?.!",Jc','(!"J l"1" "" plassur. of inlormlnj
thscltlirosorWaiMnjtoa aad tha vicinity, that
he ha. bcnarpolntfl sole Ajrat forth. cl.Vattd
xxx dAeur alb ad porter.
The auiierloritjr at I 111. Ale I. o well known that
the demand lor If haa Uen rapidly Uareaaln alnce
Its Introduction Into this clly.- It Is already u.ed
TA.'.111? ""a"1' of prtvat. IvmUles In the Ul.ltlct
XXX CREAM ALE
U hrewed eaprmly for family use and eoatalna
yon. or the deleterious substances which are ao
frequently Introduced Into the manufacture of Ale
and Forter to assist fermentation.
. .. jrrrx CREAM ALE
la particularly recommended a. a mild as irell aa
vl?f "'"' suljerlne from the loss of appetite the
XXX Cream Ale la invaluable aa a moat atreea-
M. atiBulaat.iriTlaa; a healthy and rljorout action
to the etomacb.
t .., u, XX OREAAT ALE
la hlhly recommroded by the Faculty of Philadel
phia and by the principal physlclana of Waahlnj.
XXX CREAM ALE
la put up In pint and quart bottles and small Legs,
for family use, and la delivered to a.r n.rt Ar ihj
quJllJ'oMTOd'e'r." " "" B,M """""
M and 464 Seventh street,
Basement, opposite P. O.
.'.Il'.X.? A! and SupeHor Cider alwars on
draught at 46 and 404 Seventh street. Basement,
nov bo lm
QUTIaCnS U U O D s .
F-ngltsh Pickles, Chow Chow, etc
Lester's Wine Bitters,
Madelrj, Rherry and Port Wines,
Lemon, Ginger And Raspberry Syrups,
Champagne Av ines, various brands.
Old Whiskies, a large stock in cases,
An assortment Catsups, Canned Fruits
Potted Meats, Soups, Condensed Milk.
Cigars and Smoking Todacco,
London Porter And Scotch Ale.
For sale by
313 Pennsylvania atenge,
nov ao-lni Opposite Willards Hotel.
riHIUACCU AND HKOAU M'ATtHIIOL'HR
1V1L.JUIAA1 UltOBHK, '
WIIOLCSALK AMU RfTTAIl. UEALEH IN
TOBACCO and SEaARS,anJMElRSHAVM PIPES,
Corntr of Ftnntylvania avenue utul Sixth if.,
WASHINGTON, D. C
Having recently enlarged my place or business, I
am now.itrenared to oiler to the eiM .-.. ni ivah
lngton the best brands ot Tobacco AndSegars, at
wholesale or retail, clieaper than can be bought
elsewhere In the city.
LA FAVORITJL BUEXO,
Are excellent brands, and et err lover or rood s.
gars sre to test them
fliw. smutting louaccn oi an uinai, wholesale
nov 20 lm Cor. Penn. ave. and Math st.
ll Juuqe Advocate's Or net,
Washington City, D. L,Nor. 10, ittt.
Applications having been made by ladles, to go
to their friends and families In tha South, notice Is
hereby given that all applicants must make a writ-
ir itiruirni iu iuibj uiiicc. vrrinru uyoain,De
tween this date and the 16th day of December next.
First. The name, Age, And residence of the appli
cant. Second. The date when she came within tho mil.
Itary lines of the United Mates, for what purpose,
and where she has since resided.
Third. The place she desires to go to, and the
purj)oie or object thereof.
1 tie persons to whom leAte maybe granted will
be sent with suitable escort from Washington to
the United states lines In Virginia, with such per
sons! e fleets as shall be allowed to pass.
No person will be allowed to take more than one
trunk or package of female wearing apparel, weigh
ing not ot er one hundred pounds, aadsubject to In
speciloui and any Attempt or tltbrt to smuggle con
traband property will forfeit the same, and subject
the part) to imprisonment during the war.
aU. -. tUHfllH,
nov 17 Major And Judge Adt ocste.
UiliiArri Everett's Reply to au Kugllsh
V POETICAL PUMr.
What hat e we In America I
We've wonder great and grandi
We have the essence of the earth,
The cresm 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 amknown to all the world i
The farmslannot be best
Our cities, full of luxury.
Are famous for the neat,
We't e orators and Authors, too.
With Intellects of foroei
We't e railroads scattered everywhere)
And one Professor Morse.
Our girl hat e beauty, wit, aud grace,
Ther're cnarniluar. sweet, and falit
They're chsrmlng, sweet, and fatti
But, then, the granattt thing we have
jui, i urn, i us pro now miorws nai
Is knoun as great OAK HALL,
Where the fall and winter stock of flrst-classcloth-
lngls now ready la extra abundance and greatest
srletj , AU tha new-style Overcoats, Sacks, Busi
ness Coats, Peg-top Pants, Ac , selling at prices so
low that everybody will buy and be satisfied
J BRUCE CO,
No. 4S4, Set enth street near F,
nov 21 dtjanl Two doors below Smith's
"pROPOSAL? FOR MEEF CATTI.R.
SEALFD PROPOSALS ara lnrltav. until th -MA
day of December, 186J, for supplying the United
.-Mate suusisicnce department with o,00Qneail oi
Urfef Cattle on the hoof.
The Cattle to be dellt erd at Waahlntrtnn. n C .
and each animal to Average 1,800 pounds gross. No
cattle admitted that weighs less than Maw pounds
STusa. Heifers, htara and Bull, nnt v.nul
The flrst dellt ery to be made on or about the 10th
dayofJsnuar), l&3,oras soon thereafter as the
Gorernment may direct. COO head of Cattle per
wvekwlllbe r mil red to be delivered under ihli
A bond with good and sufficient securiti ttillhe
reuulrcd Twenty per cant, of the purchase munei
ttlltbe retained until tM completion of the cou
tract ProDoials from contractors whn hm nri inuil
failed to comply with their bids, from dislot si per
suiis.ur where the bidder is not present to respond
to his bid, tt HI not be considered.
The names of firms should be stated la full, with
the precise address of each member of the firm
Pijmcntto be made in certificates of indebted
ness, or euih other funds u Cot eminent may hive
All bids to be accompanied by two guarantees and
directed to Col. A. BKCKWITH, A. D. C , and C S
U 3. A , Washington, D. &, and endorsed "Propo
sals for Beef Cattle."
Form of Guarantee.
c, , of the county of .And State of ,
lo hereby guAranteatbat Is able to fulfil tho
contract in AccordAnce with t he terms of his propo
sition, and thst, should hla proposition beatcrpt
ed, he h 111 st once enter Inlo a contract In accor
d n ie therewith.
nouid ine contract ce awarded him, we Are pre
pared to become his securities.
1 1 ins guarantee nun oe ppenueo. to eCIl Lu
Tho responsibility of tbe guarantors must be
lOwnbythetitfrfaJcertlflQate of the clerk of the
rarest District Court, or of tha United states Dis
Mat witch da not comply v9 the above mil bf rtjtaed.
tV F. A S 1
I t ir
a p i c E 8 I
T E A 5 f I t
A large Invoice of the above Articles are now
being received, and for sale by
D J. DROWN,
No. 8, Washington Building,
Seventh street and Penn. avenue.
SUTLEKfl TAKE NOTIOEI
Teas In ,V pound packs. ' i t!
Teas In , 8, 10, 12, 18, 18 and 80 pound boxes.
Canned Tomatoes in 3 dozen boxes.
Canned Peaches in 3 dozen boxes.
Pickles In 3 dozen boxes.-
Gum Drops In X pound papers.
Gum Drops In 0 pound boxes.
Raisins In boxes and X boxes.
Pepper In 3 ounce papers and In I gross boxes.
English Mustard In V pound papers and cans.
English Mustard In X and 1 gross boxes.
Preserved Cherries In bottles.
Figs In SJi pound drums and 3 pound boxes.
Lemon Syrup In bottles.
For sale by
D. J. BROWN,
No. 0, Washington Building,
Seteath street and Penn. avenue,
Washington, D. G
'Its THE OFFlCKnS OP T1IK AIUIT.
Juit arrlvr J, by direct Importation per steamer
Fulton, from Europe, a very line and large anort
meot of Marine, Opera, Field Gl.a.es, and Tele
scopes, which I will sell a verr Utile above the
coat In Parla. A. to the qualltlea, there are none
auperlor to be had, having; been aelected purpoeeljr
for this market Also, a large and well-aa.orted
Stock ot Opera Glasses, Microscopes i gold, silver,
and steel Spwtades and E) e Glaaaea, aulled to the
sight bjr the use of an Optometer. A considerable
number of certificates to be seen at mr- office, from
gentlemen who hate been suited at my establish
ment. 427 PcnHKylvaiila asruue, between Fvur-und-a-half
u J Mrlh ilreeli.
hly Kst.bllehmelit I. up .Intra.
Olatui fitteil lo mil. Tho trade supplied.
WEEKLY NATIONAL ItEPUBLICAN.
The undersigned commenced, In the month
of December, 1800, the publication, In this city,
of a weekly newspaper, called the Xatlonal Re
pbofcon. Tt la prlnteJon a large sheet, twentysctcu
by forty-two Inches, and Is furnished at the low
prices stated below.
It contains all the original matter of the
Daily Xatlonal Repttblioant with the exception
of local ncwa not Interesting to country sub
scribers. It will gtvo full reports of tbe proceedings of
congress, and or the other Departments of tbe
It contains all the news of tbe day, foreign
and domestic, markets, Ac, Ac., as well aa an
original correspondence from all parta of the
country. Tho mlacellancous"dcpsrtment will
receive special attention, and, in all respects,
the effort will be made to establish the charac
ter of the Xatlonal Republican as a Family
Washington being now tbe central point of
the current military operations, great attention
will be paid to furnishing the readers of the
Xatlonal Republican with full, and especially
with accurate, accounts of tbo progress of the
war for the Union.
In politics, tbe paper Is Republican, sustain
ing the Administration of Mr. Lincoln.
There Is no other Republican paper In tbe
District of Columbia, or In tbe vicinity of it,
and it Is believed that recent eveote have opened
to such a paper an Important sphere of useful
elTort. The time haa como, when the actua
administration of tho Government upon Repub
llcsn principles will explode tbe mlsrtpresea
tatlons which hao mude those prlncipleo a
dlttateful to the South.
Out It Is not only hero, and In this vicinity,
that tho projectors of the Xatlonal Republican
hope to make It useful. To the whole country
they offer a Journal which will discuss national
politics from a national stand-poiut, and which
will never be swerved from patriotic duty by
any overpowering pressure of local Interest.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
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Three copies, one year
Five copies, ono year
Ten copies, ono year ...
Twenty copies, ono year
One copy, aix months ...
Three copies, six months
Fho copies, six months
Tin copies, six month..
Twenty copies, six months -
raymems aiwaya in aatauce.
When a Club of subscribers has been forward
ed, additions may bo made to It ou the same
terms. It Is not necessary that the subscribers
to a Club should receive their papers at the same
Money may be forwarded by mall, at our risk.
Large amounts cau be remitted in Treasury
notes, or drafts on Boston, New York, Phlladel
phta. or Baltimore; smaller amounts in gold, or
in notes of solvent banks. Address
W. J. MURTAGH & CO.,
Washington, D. C.
R7Tue Daily ISational Kepubucan is
published every morning, (Sundajs excepted,)
at the following rates t
One copy, one yew -
Fire copies, one year . - -One
copy, six months
Fire copies, six month- -
One copy, three months
In enmenuence of the lowness of lhn water tn
the General Iteserrolr it will be necessary, uuless
great economy ot water is practiced, for the Gov
ernment soon to shut oil tbe supply to citlisns en-
All persons are, therefore forbidden to use tbe
hj drants on PennsyU anla avenue, or on any streets
or at enues under the care and super. ision of the i
Commissioner of Public Buildings .tor watering tbe I
streets or pavements, or for any prh ate purpose)
And all persons usinr ine water are urienuy so
licited to U as economical In Its use aa possible.
H B FRENCH,
sep so Commissioner of Tubllo Buildings,
roil YOUNG I.AOIE,
No. f)l K STataT, Ncar TBI Ciacu.
TERMS, per quarter of ten weeks Quarter
commencing at f h. Amtm nf .ni..t..
ElementaryClaaees In English ... as 00
VSf fcll,," ,n English-Literature
" '.e.vw lUVIUUCIi BQ
B-wuiwyviHinui ugiisD, trench, and
Advanced Classes In iCngUah, French and
Musle - tg on
Xxtra charge for Spanish, German, Italian. Latin,
and other LanruiaraB. '
Dr. ZAPPONE will give Lectures, and otherwise
cat prtfeJatoi. ' "" """ "" ""
o" MRS. A.ZAPFONE, Principal.
GEORGETOWN FEMaLt aaMINARYl
A BOARDING AND OAT SCHOOL,
ll Wot tuit.
That ifilXaa na t hi. T-.l...ai ... . .
tv.iii. i ; . "wii.uuua wiuoe resumedon
i & Sfplf?b;- "utora may be obtaUid
ij ?.'' wuMjr nasniogton. or br
addressing the nrlncfpal. -miBmiii. wr oy
aug ao-Yrfciim m. J. HAABOvrtt.
PROPOSALS IPOR WOOD.
Dcror qvAiTHMAnca's Orricx.
CM"r '""'' and O streets,
.,, .yVAta0".D C,ee.l,ieJ
o'clock m.' """. ", ai iweiv. it)
i "f.r. . .' " "rJ aound and merchantable
cord w'oJrt" ,0', "" """ '" """aasl" "l
An InSDefitnp will ha ......., -.
SttoM wiib7rVjwSL"'',0,M kDa" ,pwia-
iiThM.r.f.vbSST.iSar b"" "" '"""
whofe contract " Up0n "" "mP"'" ' he
Th. full nam. .n.l .. ..a..... ... ...
dermu.J;.,,th7ppo.".1',',r',,0, "" M"
OI all the partlea must appaar, or the bidwtU be
ffing'tt " '" l''" '"' PPaal Of taTpart?
wSmSSI ' al"InM ae.omp.ny each"
I r?.pS',,l.m.u., 'f a'"11"""! to Cant Fdward
L. Ilarti, AMl.tant uuarlerma.ter, il. S.Arm.
Trial i-aarus.IKIti. - i- . .
trlrt AttoVney: " "r " '" "'" s,'' Dt"
Tha .KISS..' .L- i...
aiiyeuia,.i. ul lngj DiaU(r IO Oil th Cnnttkr
Should It be awarded to him, mu.tUgu.n"ed
by two re.pon.lble person., whose signal if ii lit
to be sppeaded to the guarantee, ant huiulr."',
muit accowipant the tu" yrmme .
Rtili.sara mnat tia .. I. . ... .. ...
.-lT iw iF " mi prron wnen ine bias
are Onnan OP the. nrmui.. . m a .- . .
--,-. . r..p,. nui UUI INJ COMIOM
XS?H '".'.. V"m.i 5." 'h.0"1" "o"'". sln'.!
t ..v .uii.i,iui mi win oi ms ruarantors. will
be required of the .ucceuful blddjr upon algnlng
Form of QuaranU.
We, . Of the COUnt V Of . .nil Klat. fit
- j and , of the county of , and state of ,
do herein guaranty that la able to fulnl the
IT, i.. . Sr . ! "f. '" terms ot nis propo
sition, anj that, ahould hla propoaltlon be accepted,
;V".""-I "".; "VJ.,""0 aoMracs in accordanc.
therewith. Should the contract b. awarded to him
taTaf' fiPA liatia raui sy. KaskMAMA l.s- HKaia
., - . fxivniwo .v ircwuir lllal aiira-ili-a.
iSin .' u"nt m.st baappende4the onclal
m iiuvnic uui v nirniionea.
.T1'? 2??ot luatcrmester re.ervea to hlmaelt
too high. EDWARD L. HARtZ,
dee a Captain and A. Q. M , V. S. Army.
TO THE PUBLIC
fl 0 8 L I N G iTiTs T A U R A N T
a 4 i
a 4 7
(Formerly of New York,)
Has the Name and Fame of being one of
THE BEST RESTAXTRAXTS IX TOWX.
ttrGlve us a trial, and judge for younclf -va
Fverything In the Houae la ot the
BE8T THE MARKET AFFORDS.
Don't forget the number,
a4T Pennaylvanla avenue,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth afreets,
ar 10 south side.
IB W INVENTION
ARTIFICIAL CLEOPLASTIC BONE TEETH,
wltbout metal plate or clasps, by
DR. S. D. SIGESMOND,
010 Broadway, New York and 960 Penn. avenue.
between Twelfth and Thirteenth sts ,
TVASniNQTOlf. Tj. C.
Calls the attention or the public to the following
advantares of his linnroveil intmi
.t The teeth of his manufacture will never cor
rode nor change color by any acids, and are three-
iuuiiui iiKnicr man any omer.
ad No teeth nor roots need be extracted, as tbe
artificial ones can be inserted o. er them.
3d. The roots will be made InotTensh e and never
ath. Notemporar) teeth are needed, as permanent
ones can be made Immediately, thereby Drarrlnr
the natural expression of the face, which, under
iuc oiii ) itinii ii ircqutTmif uutigurea.
fith. This work haa bfn fullr tetmA. far nvv ftm
years, by many of the first chemists and physicians
ui tun aim uv uiu cuumr)
Dr. S has also invented a white Indestructible
metal filling. With which the moat .onaltfra t-th
"can be filled without pain, and can build up a per
feet sound tooth on any side roots, which will last
through n lifetime
He refers to the following gentlemen: Dr. V Mottj
vii imiTuiuii iruiciiur wi viitruiiairvc iiuu. a.
Mann.Jun j Capt Crabtree, Mce President of the
Fmlgratlon Company of New York, Jfon. Judge
Wayne, of the supreme Court, of Washington, I.
at and thousands of others
Call and examine for yoursrh es nov 8 ra
NOTICK.-UI-'nf.'.V HESTAUHAST The
subscriber and proprietor of this well-known
anu lonK-esiauusneii Hcsiauram is nappy to lniorm
his numerous friends and Datrona that hhu iui:.
ceeded in making tbe necessary arrangements tn
tbe Restaurant department, which enables him to
comply with the urgent requests of the citizens of
Washington aud the public generally
inasmuch as he has completed the refitting of the
upper part of the establishment lor the accommo
dation oi grnTiemen wismng private
OlSSEUb AMJ SlPr'k.klt, 4c,
arrangements hate teen made to supplj the table
from the markets of Newlork snd Pnlladelrhl
luiii) i nun
UJWt, FI11L EAST HU'EH OlSTPH
and all ti.r Jelltsctes of the union
A Litolce welfitlon ul
HISES, LIQIOHS, an.t IIAIAA CIGARS, r,
from the old-established house of A. Binlngera Co ,
(uppoblte UtlUrds,) Hill be lound constantly on
hand. C GAUTIER, PaorRtETOa,
nov 29 eolm 253 Tcnns) h anla at cnuc..
IT I S II afe 8 A n G 1C N T ' B
? AWNINO, FL0, AND
VX10X TEXT FAOTORT,
No, 510 Fcnniylvsvuln, avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C,
SUTLERS AND ARMY TEXiS
ON UAMD OB UADI TO OHDEK.
Awnings, Flags, Tents, Mall Bags, Horse Covers,
Signs, Wagon Covers, fco., made at short notice,
my fr tf
OTICU IS HKltKUV UIVBN THAT
the Copartaersblp heretofore existing between
LK k COFFIN Is this day dissolved br mutual
.. A. .J a in.
iohn G. L) le atlU continues the busln.aa at the
Waihlnrton, July 31, 1S2. J7 23
RATES ,OF t'DVERTu'lsa.
One square, three days ...... 11.00 "
One square, four days ...... i.sa
One square, Ave days-- t.'.,jj. ,. i,so --,
One square six day. , ,rf .T, .,, lj,"t)
Once a week advertlsenTenU chTrBea"aaTew
for each Insertion. j " i i q
Eight lln or less oouatlttfM i uarCJt
Advert Uements should U headed In by nlns .
O'clock p.m. ,
CPEKR'I lAXBllOI Wllg,
flTBX,AIIO roVK TEA.SetD,
OF CHOICE OPORTO GRAPE,
For Ftmtltl, IreuUy-JVsou, and JnvaUdt.
Ererr family, at this hmou, should use the
Celebrated In EurotM for Its modletBal anrl kns.
elal qualities aa a nntla ttlnuUnt, Tonlo, Diuretic,
and Sudorinehlghly aataaiMcl try amlnssit phyat
daos, used In European and Amertean Hospitals,
au uj oiti oi in um umuiea in amrope ana
AS A TUNIC,
It has no equal, causing an appetite and building
up the system, being entirely a pure win of a most
AS A DIURETIC.
It Imnarta a healthy action ttt th nianJa antt K1J.
&eys. and Urinary drgans.very weneQcUl in Dropsy
uwui, iuu nuvuDtaiuo kunuoni.
S PEER'S WINE
Is not a mixture or manufactured article, but is
pure, from tha juice of the Portugal latabucus
S rape, cultivated In New Jersey, recommended by
hemlsts and Physicians as possessing medical pro
perties superior to any other Wines In use, and an
excellent article for all weak and debilitated per
sons and the aged and Infirm, improving the appe
tite and benefiting ladies and children.
A LADIES' WINK.
Because It will not Intoxicate as other wlnsa, aa It
oontalnVno mixture of spirits or other liquors, aad
Is admired for Its rich, peculiar flavor, and nuttitire
jrupvrura, imparling nuunjr tone uj tost oigesT
,ve oiraas. and a bloomlnr. soft, and healthr ikLn
and complexion. '
WE REFER TO
A few well-known srentlemen and bhislclana who
nare iriea ii e whip;
Gov. Morgati, N.Y. State.
Dr Dougherty, Newark
urj n.i;niii )n,N.v.uiy.
n. ParVr M.V. fTltv.
ark, N. J.
.. .-.... .-. ..
I ur. ram, rniiauia..
tn-None renulne without the slrnature of "AL
FRED SPEKR. Passaic. N.J. "is over the cork
fCJ-M AKE ONE TRIAL. OF THIS WINE.
For sale by Druggists and all first-class Dealers
Trade sunnlled In Baltimore br WM. If. BROWN
a. srtiKK, rropneior.
Vihctabd Passaic, New Jersey.
Orricx 308 Broadway, New York.
JOHN LA FOY, Paris,
nor ly Agent for France and Germany.
Jt'fiT TRY OUR NEW STOCK OF
Clothing from the People's Clothing store, No
460 Seventh street, near F. They out-wear any
thing you can buy and they are sold so cheap at
No 460 Seventh street, near F
I would advise all to come and buy their Clothln
at SMITH'S, No 460 seventh street,
Uyou arenlsejou will come to SMITH'S, No
460 Serenth street, near F, opposite City Post Of
flee, to buy jour Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Trunks, Hats, and Caps.
The PFOPLE'S CLOTHING STORF, No. 460
Set enth street, ls the best place tn town to buy
your Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Hats,
and Caps J If. SMITH It CO, Clothiers, 45
Call soon and see our new stock of Fsll and Win
ter Clothing, which we are selling at tery low pri
ces, at the PEOPLF'S CLOTHING STORE, No. 460
Seventh street, near F.
Great attractions at No. 460 Serenth street. New
stock of Clothing just. arrived, and selling at our
usual low prices J. H.SMITH & CO , Clothiers.
No. 460 Seventh street, and corner Twentieth street
and Penn. atenue.
Great bargains in Clothing, Furnishing Goods.
Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes, on the corner ot
Twentieth street and Penn. avenue.
SMITH At, CO , Clothiers, First ward, cor. Twen
tieth street and Pennsvlvanlaavenue, Is the cheap
est place In town to tmy your Fall and Winter
Call at the First Ward CloUilng store and get
your Fall and Winter Clothing, Hals, Caps, Boots,
SMITH b. CO., Clothiers,
Cor. Twentieth street and Penn.av.
FIRST WARD CLOTHING HOUSE, corner of
Twentieth street and Pennsylvania avenue.
You can buy your Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots.
and Shoes cheap, corner of Twentieth street and
sep 25 Im
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS AND SUT
A.RIi 8 Having Just completed our assort
ment of Camp Furniture, we would now respect
fully Invite the attention of Soldiers and Sutlers.
Our assortment comprises In part the following
Camp goods, viz:
Camp Chests for mess of from four to six, Camp
Tables, Camp Stools, Camp Cots-Camp Mattresses,
with all other articles of Camp Furniture calcula
ted to make a soldier comfortable. All of which
will be sold at the very lowest cash prices at
GREEN fc WILLIAMS,
au 21 No. 626 Seventh street, corner D.
Nowts the time to buy your Fall Clothing, at No.
460 Seventh street; where you can find all the lstest
sttle goods, at Northern prices
Ho (hot for Seventh street, No 460 Alargein
volce of Clothing, at very low prices, No 460 Sev
enth street, near F
A new way to save Gold I Buy your Clothing at
No. 460 Seventh street, opposite Post Office, at 10
per cent brlow the market price, in Treasury
Smith's, No 460 Set enth street, is the cheapest
house In town to buy your Clothing, Furnishing
Goods, Trunks, Hats, and Caps sep 2fi im
Til EATT YEAR SIX PLR CEST BOKDS
V X I TE D STATES,
(iiiouni at " Fiim Tuentut,")
The COUPON BONDS In sums of K), ,100, ,,
The RKjISTFRF.D BONDS In aum. of (So, .100,
,000, $1,000, and (S.ouo,
(lntttett toanwncrno ol due juca4jr,j
FOR SIM AT PUI Bt
JAV COOKE CO., Oaukera,
453 Fifteenth ttreet.
These B0NP9 ara the
CBEil'EST GOTERSMETIT StCrRJTT
now In the market
Inlereit paretic tmxtnnuai
1. equivalent, at preaeut price of coin, to
s rin Cent. In currcne) .
nov Si tf
DO 1 OU KNOW IT I II rou do not, call at
SMITH Si BL'ALL'S, No. 381 Serenth atreet
near K atreet, and buy youraetf .nice suit of Cloth.
Inr from them, as thejr sell cheap.
SMITH k BEALL,
No 301 Serenth atreet,
nor ai dtjanl Near K atreet.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO UR
n.w ato.k of Fall and Vt Int.r Clothlnj;, Cats
Furnlshlnf Uooda, Hata, and Cap.
L. A. Bl.ALL 4. CO ,
ae 26 lm clothiers, No. 381 SeTsnth street.
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