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kiutLiiJ i Ia iaa Mourn afiJBaBSnaiejftinnsaXar
itrmuia rryoa; .hiikim
nun nTi risiriiKT"'i mun ttim.
-Mr.-TF.AMAN -addressed Itwr committee.
the dealtalea of thoeoutrr la akeif hauls, had
not acted tip to eto MitMM MmllM of tha
, tacleM liMtBtMttMIMMMtibaaldiiiffiT
no detriment,: fleJssllMpfficlsmatlon
of tb tralilHl wacMatakMlBial, and quoted
from the CUcawn ylaU' ji to atow Hat later,
ference wlthi tSe ntttooaV MttMttoM ' of tbe
BUtei m 'ttafe'ofllee,mi!t tt-
tarM toltm CraignhMelkUhtmielf
to hie eonetltoeaja, teat Im vouinot oowrot
Mu; compromise thkfwoaM otreatore the
snpremaej of Um OotcniBftttfertllllUr-
Inclined to hrtsc about anchi ar compromise)
they bad Hoped lor l nla rroaa H eauon or tM
rnaldont lar connection wkH UieJrenKrol pro
riamaiioH. Dm since turn uioroumrjnaa vera
startled With flit Issue ot ihe Preeloenl'i pro.
cltmaUon of ,lh SSd BcpMmtxTi irthaPrrsI-
ii dent had th rawer to ham that proclamation.
ha had the power to complete II ff Issuing the
the next, promised the country M the Jit of
mmpmjf ivm ut men, wo a reaiucui ow tee
coaataiajfunt power o Isins the cocaine; pro
eiaBaasrea. in. I reeooni oi ine Biarea nccomca a
wead irUht, wanting! Wl th eppllcenld jof
"ibb grew aeai. n new ' in. bibtb1 naa intia ac
(inlrcd Wa, freedom, by (hU anppoJed legal pro
real, there wa no power on earth of a poUtlcat
(Character which could dlTt aim of u. Tbe(Joa
I rtltatlonwaa thna act at nomghk-aUd detpotltm
urail',aklli placet and If recHeaa deepotlim
,wn not tapon lenvthej had, to XtynX tboee
i Who rrt abstained from eirrciilnrll. Theaeext
trerae meaaarea 'were'-caUM war ineainraa
nereatar In time of war. If thla fca trne,then
thelf CoMlldiiloa wajt'tmlfltl for the piping
.Umnxif peace, hot whenever lha rada bla( of
war DreaKt nponithem. It mart Eire way to
acta which violate the right) of-the eltlieni.
mi prociamatioo or tmantipation waa a tioi.
Honor the rlghti Of fhaclllMni.
" It Waa an unncccsian' and deanotle me ainre,
If the imcatlontwaa pat to him whether he
would hare Oorernmcnt without ilaYcrj, or
alaverj without noTernment, he would tar, let
lJTCrr tilde. But bedlffered with the radlcali
on Ibis. He denied that the lnitltnllon of ilaro-
ry waa the came of the rebellion. lie denied
that U dcttrnctlon would becomo a military or
Kuiicai eiemcni ia ine aairauonoi me union,
i denied that a eonatttntlonal right eilstcd
for lu Beatrnction, and bellerlng theae thlnca,
na amnnra mat lucre waa no poaubie conun
rencr In which he wonld go for tho proclama
Ubnror for tha detraction' or the Initltutlpn
as a roeana tQ.preieire the Union, berauia It
wonld not dojL Therefore, he protested against
the procUnaWon of freedom hvprotcstcd
against It aathe measure which had Inspired
the Boulherli people with thiconrage'of despair
tn carry on Wwai! asjall eaaainro to which
the leaden M.ttw rctajWen may and will ulti
mately allrfaeW (natr'HateM..-,-,
mt, uitATcn nteiejaoBM9rtnaremarKB
made .by Mr. Noell th prnona day, and In
y aaaaosaa ui cue way or
no riafat to
Instltntlona and while
. his Bute had reasonded to
ia Fmldrnt with donbldlhe nnm
tLed from them. v
to lha prlneUea laid down InlLe
for tht) con&denco of th country on that plat
form. About putting down the rebellion there
directed theoai nq mUitarr appohitmenta
or contractor have come from ma district, but
brtTe men trent forth (9 Tlndlcate the honor of
the aur aDd atripea on the Held or battle, in
otbcr.pucesinen ionfbt -pecuniary conaldera
tlon, and might well be luppoaed to bare no
objection to the continuance of the war Their
trade bad been rat off with the South and now
they bad na market for tbelr produce) they were
ground down and hd no it ImuUnt for engaging
in thia War but the lore of country and Gov
eminent alone They bad no Jioetllltr against
the Southern peoplu. no motlre of that kind
actuated them, they bad,. 14 red Ju the greatest
frlendllDtie with the-men oC Kentnckv, and
their aocui ana commerpiai relation una ai
waja been Intlmi.te, J From them we are deter
mined not be separated. -The j bad eympathlxed
with the President; voted ,iapj)Iles and men In
abundance, but when he change hie political
views. Tlrwitthlch hare broughi round thla
dire state of Ihlnga, we are not with him. We
did not ronalder tun abolition of slayery In tbc
District of Columbia aud other kindred meas
ures. Il waa said that no compromise or con,
t illation would Ijaye satlstleu tthe South, but
why not bar e let tbla'baTe been demonstrotcd
by the Bonthrona themselves T t
JHs people and the, people of the Northncst
' haededded, pi tho. UUol-ljor, ngAln&t com
pensated emauclpatlon. .They know that, when
, tha Conatltution and Union are restbred. they
will bate enough to do InllqnldatlDg the lion est
debts they will have Incurred In the suppres
sion of the rebellion. They know tbcro will be
heftyy burdeps on them to provide for the brave
men who have Imperiled tbelr lives In defedco
of the Colon, and who will come home maimed
and 'wounded. As to these liberated slaves,
wbere would they go 7 Indiana and the border
States would i not admit them. There waa an
Instinctive 1 feeling against them. The senti
ment of his people wss 1 The Union as It was,
the Constitution as It Is, the enforcement or
the laws, and the negro wnero he Is. That was
the faith of the Democratic party. "While they
mourned the calamities that had befallen the
conntry calamities which they considered al
most Irreparable yet theT mourned, as a greater
calamity, tbat power which had taken the Pre
sident from the position he had taken when he
railed upon the Democracy to come to his re
lief to preserve the Government of Washington
lutact.ln and on the Constitution of oar fathers.
The men who had achieved such political
aad social triumphs In the past u outd continue
the contest untU they wiped out radicalism from
the land, which, If not rebuked, would or
throw the last hope of man for ply 11 and reli
gious liberty. Tbeywero tn tho rald.t of a
death struggle, and none could tell tho result.
For nearly two ears Congress bad been sitting
almost in a hostile camp, and to-day scarcely
Is tha roar of the enemy's cannon out of the
hearing of to is hail, tvaa tuts a cnarge against
the Democrats 1 No. They bad given alt re
g aired of them Lathe Government Tbev bad
given all and the ship of state wss tn other
V. J. DI.J.U n..ana J.u . J a... Is,.'
uinui. uiuuuui waver umuuni uou urvu iuaua
Some blunders might be expected, but) were
ihov to be allowed to continue t He honed that
an overruling Providence would change the Hue
ofpolteyoftlioflo In power to tho grand plat
form of the Constitution, so that the country,
m a wuoJVuiay go on battling against their
foes, If ncea oe, 10 an time to come.
DCAtus or SoLnitns. The following hsvc beed
annrlail a,lnfit niir llltl ' '
thomss litteri, company D, 137th Pa.
Daniel A. Fodger, company F, Sth t.
I). Iteppar, company 1, 13tih N. Y.
Jnhri w. I inn, tfinninr D. Sth Maine.
Conwrsl Robert 6. LuckonbUl, company K,
Jacob Myers, company I, l37th.Pa.
Mathew Lawaoil, company L, lit Mich
ireiaCIs) t (iUf IHUiaaMij) T , Iwsaa. aa i ,ey 9
liidalr Jpewer, winpany A(10W NsjY.s sv (
Mlleslg Morse,oompanyO,trithN Y.
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K Unknown Jiodf.' i
Slmou Smith, vompsny O, llh fa
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( AiDett ataiMiorri aaanMiir at tn i v
r Iklin It- - "
W. E Warner. mmniaiT H. lith r. . 1
i,XueuMititiiy t, lavtn n. y.u
UVO. HI taJaJIa. aJWI P" AW " ar.
?9!X o Ji JCptw HMttwmt n Q t iWi, '
1 tfcXtSOeWALltorthIlT lis
UMMMMMthmatfrClrMtyMrda of Wood mora
or lHi to tho CoTamnt, will tro rooslred t thU
oKm until MouUy, ih Wh dty of Dfocmber. IMS.
xn wooa.to m bora, touaa ma merenuitaiti,
fsuiKt) fet lonf . tnd gplit to tha orarr tUf of
Th wood to bt'dtllrared t Forti Affnr Cralf ,
TlUlBrhut, CatM. Woodburr. n KaaV Coreoraa.
at kt.dk MUbTota iha Loudoua and HaVMhlM ralU
road.Wtwccn VImha and Altumorla Va.. in ioeh
quaatlty at each itUaa. at tuh tl or tlaiaa. aa
Uo riafn l Qnartimtjtr my dlaaat.oad torotd lm
riWfloawim htshttertTarrMrbalo( tot-
iuwm conpiev until ao toroeo, nttauiM, aM lo
aprfltad. Aa iMpaetor will be dta(natd on tha part of
tha Oorenuaent to laaptct and at aaqra tht wood.
ua un for bqi tronrarp to ww dot ipccin
eatlonawYuli IfUelfi ,ir "
, .Tha MntfMt for tha delivery of i14 wood will
tfcpire oft the 90th of sunt, 1803. . ,
Fntmrottobmadt(ha cod. of each month
forth wood iV!ml darlac aaltt month. t
I " PROpOIAl
The rail name and poet oftlef addrtesof thebkUer
mu it appear In the propoaal.
lt In Uia nronaaal.
If a hid la made 1 the name, of a flrm. the aaatee
tittl lha naHlM mOit'aMiei
ar, pr ua cia wuk oe
' Propoia'la bom 4tJf9pktfiriui Witt naf at reiutV
rrrm.mnmmn9tnmT.Mummx mum wwwmm teca
rWooaala miat fia addreiVad to" taW. rdward'L
Hi -a-' a-s.a.-an.... ... . "-'J1ZT ar iTT
(leu la Aajviauatnt Jldal(I)rHJaIPC W. a, axni J. F" Bella
rtrhe retaonslUlltr ot the anaraators must be
shown by tha official cartlflcate of the clerk of tha
asarest ustrktCourt,orof the United States Dis
It be swsrdedto him, must b Kuaraatledbrtwo re
sponalble persons, whose signatures most be ap
prndedtotheguAraBtee,asidssU guaraatea taust
accompany the bid. -
Bldders must be preseat laperaonwheatheblds
are opened, or their proposals will not be eoosld-
Honds In the sum of ten'thouisnd dollars, slf ned
by the contractor and both of his sjusrantora, will
be required of the successful bidder upon shining
the contrast. -
i Form of OtMreriec.
We, .of the county of, and State of ,
aad -, of the ooiinty of -, and State of do
herebyguaraaty tbat Is able to fulM the con
tract In aecerdance with the terms of his propo
sition, and thai, should his proposition be accept
ed, bewtll el aaee eater Into a contract In accord
JUiould the coatract be awarded to him. wa are
prepared to become his sureties.
Ta this guarantee must be eppedded 1he oraelal
oertlBeate abm e meauoaed.
Taa Demi Quartermaster reeerree to MmaalFUB
right to reject any or all bids that he may deem too
hlsh. " rDWABD I-'lfAIlTZ,
vapi. ana uni Huariennasicr, u. a, A.
rpnKABURY OP THE VMITjBO ITATCI,
J. ITAIIIIriVTOll, lTCrniDf r o, ia.
On VedneidAyUit,theSd Initant, there dlsap-
PraJaUiraaH4l4aiB PMBHI Dl MeUUE KWIM
eatri of Indcbtedneta," of the drnomlnAtieaof Are
thonaaml dollar. nuBbeiwd -from T4JL01 to ldjOOa.
both Ualualve 'No eertlBeateaUke thaM hare ever
been leaued fronrthla oflee, and none wilt ever be
laa ned.T n ij t 1 1 1 " 1
The true eertUUatea of the denomination ot Are
thousand dollars have thrtr numbers wnrrrcrt om
toe race. In red lair, atthe t-rrc eornere. directry
under the martTlnal border, ThewordaIftheorder
blank be not ailed up, this certificate, Ueued to
..T..-.wl be paid to bearer," are rnnrrto on the
back of the certificates, la red ink. All that have
been latned staee about the tat lnataatteonunencinf
ahout No. llJno. have the larce drnonlaatloa.
t'tHWO, pnnted on tha face, In redlak. r All eertlO
eatea tbat wui issue from lata otnoe in turure, will
be like those laaued heretofore. Thoae In the lost
paokasedltrrrfromtheKenulne In having the words
abot e quoted, vlxi 'lf the order blank be not filled
un. this catrtlAcatts. UMUftl to will be oald to
bearer.'lraeretvrf en Ms face of, the oertlflcate, be-
(lnninff; over ine i lijociir. una inere laawg me
place of the border, and -continued below on each
end. over the enrraved denomlaatlona of 14000"
The number are frlt4 in on each and, in r4 fajb,
VHOEn the ,"9000'T denomination 1 the large denoav
laatlon Is in green Ink. Certificates of the deeom
lnallon of one thouiand dollars, answering the de
scription of thoae lost, have been and are being
iisuearvui none oiuui acoomiuiioa.aave-pcsa
On U genuine cerflficatea there ts an oraate 6g
Ure or garland placed over and under each of the
two acrolls conialnlng the denominational figures
"- ThegatUdd natches three tadfntatloaf
of the scroll, running lengthwise of the certificate,
and Is about three quart era of an1 Inch long, an
eighth of an Inch wide in the centre, tspcrtag both
ways from the centre. On the loat certfflcatn.thls
ganana aoea noi appear.' ,Mi. irinnui,
dee t - Treasurer of the United States.
rorner s if nieenia aaa u streets.
iv ..uiueiun. v v.. t. 1 it inj
P.OMtf ttiwlll be 1M .t lal. orSee. until
Moadsy. tae 9rt Instaat,' at 3 o'etoekf v. trt , air
laaklnf aad Airnlialejr orie hundred aad tweatv
(ISO) TABLES, Sla fretlonic r three and ahalf feet
wide, with three shelves tea Inches wide and three
feet high, set (in the back of the tsbles, to run the
full length, (six i feet,) and oae drawer with lock
and key to each table.
The tables and sheh ee to he made 'of food, sea
soned white ploe, stained la Imitation of walnut i
the top to be covered with ensmeled cloth.
a specimen isDie can oeseen auneomce oi ine
Quartermaster Oeosral. The oirer should state the
time required to deliver the tables. ' -
Proposals must be addressed to Capt. E. F. Camf,
Ais t Uuartrrmaster, U.R.A, end should be plalaljr
tnsiked "Proposals for Tables," dse l tA
GIIAND ADVANCE OP TIDE ARXV OP
THE POTOMAC, and aU the stores are err-
Inf up the prices of their goods hut SMITH a;
BEALL,No.3i Serrnth street. Welare allat.
sell rood clothlnf aearl) as sheep as eicr. ve
hare been flfbtlag against high prlcss for the last
year, and our stock now Is good, and we are able to
SMITH Is all the time In the market picking up
gooJs at oU prUes, and that Is one reason ws un
dersell all others. We here the tnesns and ability
to aell cheap, and we wlUdolt, as our customers
want Good Clothing at low prices, aad we are Jurt
the men to sell 11 to them. A sail la sollsltsd at tha
cheap noTUisa none of
SMITH . MALL,' .
No, 301 Seventh street,
nov II iltj.nl First door below the market.
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STEREOSCOPES AND STEREOGRAPHS,
WIl I TI?T0 VKS KH ,
LLEOANT OIFT BOOKS,
JUVENILE AND TOT BOOKBj
FantllF aud Pocket Bibles,
rilAY'XR ttOOKH. j
The largest ant best assortment, aad at lew
?''"" WM. BALLANTTNF,
408 Sccnth street, bet ween UandE.
Fbom March S, 1SSI. TO NOTSHSCa 19, 1843,
.Price,, 1.S5. ,
deH-Jw nil, h , ,MriwaT.
TH.5J?i.,FiT, 1aHP.KK,!Ji? w
toff T'Ufcbf r.jfPMy K, M MM
Fmaauf 1 MaiCoantl, comptuir D. :
tio Wl tieveatb attest,
ss afr-iiu be twsen I and K,
Clotkliif for'Men 'and Bays' wear that tha nuket
eaa prMnaa, aad our prleaai for aheapaess, and do-
rtWIOy 6 cmritTjiajOffy.fompftifion,, (Our
nelchbor'anjIUw Iwo'doora sbore, to osg aoied or,
Mlllnf clolhlof less thanaay house la tha ally, la
aprlraU MnrrrsaUeii,altaowlelcl to us that
our Boys' abttaafcw'atha test made lad eot goods
ha arsr sawiaad, if the llsens of WMhlniion
were 'posted a tbefoodalhsTe,yslra would
be brarru with ladlea and gteiltatsa la traat of
lothliif , ana I only wish j hire yoji'esll and wa
our beautiful aasarfawnt of elothla(,aad ?thUV
that our prises and gooda wlU asora than pay you
for aalllng at tha Lsadlag aothlag Keusa, No.
ersalh street, aaarF atreet, two doers below
mlth'sJ''C"' -' ''' "
rTsrjboity. knows (rnllh, but, Instead ot sailing
sthu plats, com la twqdaarabtlo'v.
N. aVt-l hara a special ward Uaay to tha tadlsa,
that I ean please theat better than eVer In; Boys'
Clothing, aa my stock excels seythlag I crcr had.
i-'. - '-''t.'M.ltMt.'CO,"'
Foniierly' ai Odeon Hall,
nor 9l-dta'nl New at Oak lUll.
-At D.lA.R D. Inr .
J. , Ota Uau ClOTHlao Room. .,
ear, DnK-r, lurmvrij un wan (iku.um mm
opened a new store at Ho. eat nereatn surest, Just
below Smith's, where be has a Bee selection of Men
aad Borsekthtaf at very low prieesi he Is desi
rous of hartng all ale obi suslomers sail on bias, as
they eea buy goods at lower prices than any other
store la thsdlyi I 1 . enUCK,COi .
- " ' Si. ieleVlh'slrSSSV.
cau ana aee Mr. MWf a. no. a sat ruin lire.
mafaaJP V, . . 7 , .T- T , t it 1
Mr. Bruce haa a Sine Mock of Clothlaa- for Men
and Bora' wear, at No. 4 Serrnth atreet, oppoilte
City Poet Offloe. , 1
Mr. Bruee la the man to pleaae the Boya in Cloth
Iftffi at NO. 4M Seventh trt-t.
1 KrsajrYlvvtlr knawi that Mr. Bmoa aan ill Bora1
Clothlnc chaaner than aor one tlie.f No. 4M ler-
nth tra.t. nnnolt Citr Poet Office.
it or Man aaaiwya'iouunr cut on pir. tinier, ai
Oak Hall, No. Oi tUVenth ftreol. betweea : anl K.
Mr. Bruce U the loan to plcaae you In Boya' Cloth
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wiy rtat unue.f 1
r10 THE VOTKnf, OF WAMIIlNaTOlf.
X The Asseitore of the different W arris will
meet at the following plawatruin 10 o'clock a. m.
till S o'clock' V m , from the lith id tha list of De
cember, lnclusl, e, to correct and register the names
of those omitted from the poll UitT
111 weraveionn a. nnem,irj rransynania av
enue, between nth and 18th streets.
sd Ward Thomae Stewart, corner 13th and H
streets .. ,
id Ward. Henry 'CiirHs, corner of U and 13th
4th Ward. Thomaa W. Burcb, 6th atreet between
C and H streets. -
Sth ward. a. r. Dyer, residence. Ten Buiimnge.
th Ward. George CtolUrd, at T. Edw. aark'a of.
Doe, Irgtala avenue, between 9th and 10th streets,
1th ard. Peter Heoburn. o. U south F atreet.
'il'ff 511ft " lh !""!. WN .
GRAND ADVABCK OP THE AHUY,
and clothiers are crying up the great advance
of clothing, but we are selling at a smalt advince
on old prices. We have n large atoek on band, and
are selllne: them en to make more room, for we
have a ef large atoek of Clothing at our manufac
tory, and are now running oir our atosKat lees
than Wholesale prices to make room. Weliave al
ways been lighting against high prices, and ahall
continue to do-so. Mr. gMtTH tela the market; all
the time, and Is enabled to furnish our store with
aauperorstoek,aAd we cannot be undersold by
Any one, Ae have the meaniTto sell cbesp, and
are determined to do It at
SMITH Jt STALL'S,
No. 301 afaventh street,
nov 2l-dtjc.nl Near K street,
VTOTICE- D1NNKHS, HVPPEHH,
JL.1 jii,jjrxT. uu ruDuo a"ariics., .
Tha flublcrlber. it tha urrent raaueat of the Clt.
liens of Washington aad the Public generally, haa
now resumed bis out-side family business, In the
DINNERS, PARTIES, SVrPWRS, MEAT DISHES,
Sent to hay pari of the City at the Shortest Notice,
and will be superintended by the Subscriber In per-
The proprietor would alio "beg leave to remind
hla jFmtroDS of thla braaeh. that the lite Store
and saloon haa been changed to a Gentlemen's Ree
taurant. The Ladles who will favor him with
their Patronage will find, on the Second floor, a
handsomely furnished Reception Room, In which
Mrs.OAUTirn'will'be happy to receive their or
ders. 1 ntrance by the PrU ate Door "
SB renniyhanla avenue.
NOTlCtLaiVTIEJrS1 RE1TAV RANT -TJ.e
aubsertber and proprietor of this well-known
and Ion- stabllshed Restaurant la hanh to In form
hla numerous friends and patrons that he haa sun
rf-roea in maaios; to necewBry arranremrnia in
tha Restaurant deoartment. which enablea htm to
comely with tbe urgent requesta of the slttxenaof
ritaUi(i-Dt4 unu ine jiuDito Kmrrsaiiy.
Inasmuoh as he has completed the re0t ting of the
upper pert of tbe establishment far the eaoommo-
daflon of eentlemen wlshlnx otivate
IKKLKX AJSU 41 fri.KSt ajr ,
arrangements haie been made to supply the table
irom ine luararis oi new tore; sna rni
taiiyiwiin u.a'iV.-- ...
U4 Hl. Miili, (Mill Mlt t n un(tn,
1 the delicacies of the season
A choice selection or
WINES. LIOVQRS. and 1IAVASA CIOARSL 1.
from the otd-stabllahed house of A. BUlnger k Co ,
(opposite UUsrd s,) will be found constantly on
uauu. v. uAuittn, rpurniKTOiu
nov 39 eolm 3M Pennsylvania avenue
WHO SATS BO I We isylbat our store lu
the First ward may not have caused a com
motion, but do say that we are running oft an Im
mense stock of Clothing at the Leading First Ward
Store, corner of Twentieth street and Pennsylvania
avenue, brit who ever saw store where a Smith,
wsa that did not do business! and the reasen Is,
they always, sell their goods too cbesp. That Is
why they sre always poor. (Who ever beard of a
Smith getting rich! I never did)
We are determined to furnish all the First Ward
with Good Clothing.
Fa erybody bad better come aoon and buy, as our
nelghbors.lAaV similar business, say that we can
not stsnd It more than ninety days longer selling
goods so cheap, but we have a very Urge lot of
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, and. Shoes left, and
we are determined to run them off sL great bar
gains, at Uesdqusrters for Clothing lathe First
Wsrd, corner of Twentieth street and Penns) lva
aU avenue and No. 440 Seventh street.
nov 3!-dtJant SMITH J. CO.
"TEW YORK BtraSlMBBW.
lyAW, FINANCIAL AND COLLT.CHNO.
IKVOICB BILLS 4 BCSIMKSS N0TIS NEUOTIiTXD.
f sovmtD Notes akd Dcrcaarn accounts
STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT 'AND SOLD
EXCLUSIVFLT ON COMMISSION.
i7orA.VJi'.vr catxs souqut.
By 0 Z. HOUSE,
Counsellor at Law,
DA Nassau street, New York.
id-Ten years la State sad United States Courts.
Advice gratis. apl
TT at W C U II Jl K N C Y
A large aiiortmeat tor tbe Holldsys. at wholesale,
J. A. DILLON,
No IT Ana street, (upstairs.)
tSaflTHaV BALL, No. 341, Seventh street,
& between 1 aad K streets, Ishe place to buy
youf winter Clothing They sell eheaV Try them,
pUprawAuj trpRyioHHT -
L .5 fawi' flAaTiaMAiTr.a'iOrriri.
'.! U- .1 . CorsVr CUhtaanth aad-Q streets,
II r i (i wa4aaloaJIX,C.(BBi.l5, lei
i BRALKD f JIQFUSALS- WlU DO rfSMTra ssinis
ofllee aattl Batitrday, the 37lh dar of IMeemasr, at
IS p'elock m , for furalihUig the uonrnment with
ftjoo) tweaty41re huadred71torseelia the follow
lagatoeripttonsyTltie i mi rn
for txrslry, (1 ADVclBa thousand WraThuiidred
UmmiIim us aftMB to rial lilMfcihsiii1ilil,li
between lraa3delrhtrearaota(a of dark colors)
well brekaa, to tkeaad41eieoaBaeNy built, and
free fresa all dsfeeta.rr .7
ART1LLERT. . I ,
orarfree from all defects 1
eaei compactly built, and to welglt Mt less then
Tha full nana and Boat oflee addrees of tha bid
dermnst appear In the proposal. t t.
If a bid la made In the name of k Jlrm, the names
of all the part Lee must appear, or tho bid will be
considered aa the Individual proposal eY the party
Signing It. - 1 l --ial-J 'k-.
Twponl,Ttom 4ltfit prlb yM oitwcwufJ-
each proposition. 7
rropoeale must specify clearly whether the bid ts
for Cavalry or Artillery lloreea. aad in m rase must
both be bid tor on the same paper.
, If any bidder wlihee to propose for both classes,
be must forward two distinct proposal one for
each class, compkti ia UirM-and having no refer
ence to any other proposal by the anmeparty.
Proposals most be addressed to Col. Sx H. stuck
er, Quartermaster U, I arnry. Washington, D. C.,
and should be blalnly marked Proposals for
Horses." i .
The ability af the bidder to flU the contract,
should It be awarded to him, must be ruarantled by
two respoeslbl persons, woae signatures must be
appended to the guarantee.
The responsibility of the guarantors must be
shown by the omslal certificate of the Clerk of the
nearest District Court or of the United States Dli
trict Attorney. l
Bidders must be present In person when the bids
are opcnediorthelrproposala. wilt notbeoonill
ered. Bands eaufcl In amount to ona-half the sum to ha
received on-the contract, alfned by the contractor
ana bom ai mi sjsranitTrs, win 09 rrqiurra ui tne
tiMMeiBntl hUilatr uTWin lrlBt tha asnntraadt.
AS ine Dona musi aeoompany ina comracT, u wui
be necessary for bidders to hara tbelr bondimen
with them, or to hat e bonds signed In anticipation
ana ready id vr prouueu wurn tue coainuii ia
Planks lor bonds can be procured upon appllc.
tlon being made at Oils oQlce, either persoaally.by
ifiicr, r My xrirtmpn.
rorm nf QvrantM.
we. . of the countr of . and Slate of
and, of the count 1 of .and State of .do
hereby guaranty that Is able to fulfil a con
tract, in aecoraance wiin ine terms or nu proposi
tloo. and that should hla nraiioslllon be accepted.
he will at once enter Into a contract la accordance
Should the contract be awarded htm we are pre
pareu 10 occome nis anuiuirs
(To thla guarantee must be appended the official
ccruncaiv noote meniioaca j
INSPKCTIO.N, DEUVfRY, Ac.
All Horses contrasted for- under this adtrrtiie-
meat will be subjected to a rigid Inspect Ion, and
thoae not conforming to the epeclQ cations u ul be
No Jfares will be received.
i The Horses must be delivered la this city, within
twenty days from the date of the contract. end no
tituuuth of time will be granted on any pretext.
Payment to be made upon the completion of the
contract, or eo soon thereafter as the Depot Quar
termaster shall be In fnnds.
Any Informality In the bid, or non-conformance
with the terma of this advertisement, will Insure
the rejection of the proposal
The Horaea will be awanted Irf lots of (300) two
hundred each, unless the Depot Quartermaster
should deem It tor tbe Interest of the Got eminent
to vary the number.
The Depot Quartermaster reserves tbhlmsetf Ihe
right to reject any or all bids that he may deem too
D. 11. RUCKFR.
Colonel and Depot Quarter muter.
Cdtrmrd Rvere'tt'a Reply lo is Kugllah
av rorncAL ruinr.
What hive we In America t
We've wonder great and grand;
We have tbe eseenoe of the earth,
The cream of every land.
Our mountains are magnlAceut,
Our rivers are Immense.
And each n.an has a kingly style,
If not a king's espenac
Our ahlpa sre known to all the world j
The farms cannot be beat)
Our clt lea, full of luxury.
Are famoua for the neaC
We've orators and authors, too,
With Intellects of foroei
We've railroads scattered everywhere;
And one Professor Morse.
Our girls have beauty, wit, and gr.ua,
They're charming, sweet, and tall;
But, then, theordWi thing we have
Is known aa great OAK HALL,
Where tbe tall and winter stockofflrst-cUiscloth-Ingls
now ready In extra abundance and greatest
variety. All Die new-style Overcoats, Sacks, Dull
ness Coats, Peg-top rants, c , selling at prices so
low that everybody will buy and be satisfied
J. BRUCE k. CO,
Na. 44, Seventh street nesr F,
nov l dtjsnl Two doors below Smith's
pnOPOSAfeS FOR DKEF CATTf.K.
SEALED PROPOSALS ara lntite.1 until the VIA
day or December, IbGi, for supplying the Lotted
states Subsistence Department with e.ouu head of
BeefCatUeon tha hoof. '
The Cattle to be delivered at Washington, D. C ,
and each animal to average 1,W pounds gross. No
cattle admitted that weighs lesslbsn ),cjua pouivls
cross Heifers, Stags and Bulls not wanted.
The first deltveri tobe made on or about, tho 10th
day of January, 1U03, ores soonthereaftax- as the
Government may direct. UM head of QHttle per
week will bo r quired tobe delivered Vinder lots
Abend with good and sufilclent seiSuM) will be
required. Twenty percent, of thepupchaieiuoney
will be retained until the completion, of tho con
Proposals from contractors who have previously
failed to comply with their bids, from disloyal per
sons, or where the bidder Is not preseat to respond
to his bid, will not be considered. .
The names of firms should be stated In full, with
the precise address of each member of the Urm
Payment to be made in certificates of indebted
ness, or such other funds as Government may have
All bids to be accompanied by two guarantees and
directed to Cot. A. DECKWITH, A. D C , and C S
U. S A , Washington, D. V , and en loraod Propo
sals for Beef Cattle."
Form of (uai antte.
We, , of the county of, and State of,
do hereby guarantee that la able to fulnl the
contract In aocordancewlth the terma 6f his propo
sition, and that, should hts proposition be accept
ed, hen HI at once enter Into a contract In accor
should the contract be awarded him, we are pre
pared to become his securities.
(This guarantee must be appended lo each bid.)
The responsibility of the guarantors must be
shown by the .-taf certificate of theclerLof the
nearest Dlitrtot Court, or ot the United State Dis
Bid uAkhjitnotcomjJsuHih the aloic will btrvtdej.
1)KI180N A L.
Ifoptltu Catn an being CuiaI Daily, by Umi
Call and see the names of some of the first cltlxeni
of Washington, who have been restored to health.
Gout, Piles, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Scuny,
Nenous Complaints, and Female Weaknesses, In
variably cured teiAoWaill',
MRSWREN, id K street,
between Sixth and Set enth streets.
N. B. The city cert pass within a square ot the
ooor nov 37 in
No. 711 Pzint. ATC.ViMiHfiTOB, X). C,
Bonks bound In evtrritrle Turkey, Morocco,
Ruula SQiCllf, je7,
A large Invoice of the. above articles are now
eUg reoeired, and for sale by td " I
"' D. S. BROWN,
No. I, Washington Building,
erenth street and Peon, avenue.
SUTLERS TAK,E NOTicE;
. na i, f
Teas la V pound packs. t
Teas In c, a, 10, it, II, lg and so ptfund boxes.
Canned Tomatoea f n 3 doien bo see t .'
Canned reachee In S dosen boxes. 4 1
nekleslaSdoienUxee. V ' ""
Oum Drops In V pound papers.
Gum Drops In 0 pound boxes.
Raisins In boxes and )i boxes.
Pepper In 3 ounce pipers and In I gross boxes.
English Mustard tn V pound papers apd Mas.
English Mustard n and lgroaa boxes.
Preserved Cherries In bottles. ;t
Figs In 3 V pound drums and s pound boxes.
Lemon Syrup In bottles.
For sale by
D. J. BROWtf,
No tt Washington BtUUlng,
Seventh atreet and Penu. avenue,
Washington, D, C.
riHl THE OFF1CCBI OP TIIK AltUT.
Just arrived, by direct Importation per steamer
Fulton, from Europe, every fine and large assort
ment ot Marine, Opera, Field Glasses, and Tele
scopes, which I will sell a ter little above the
cost In Paris. As to the qualities, thsre are none
superior to be had, having been selected purposely
for this market. Also, large and well-assorted
stock of Opera Glssses. Microscopes i gold, silver.
and steel Spectaclea and Fye Glasses, suited to the
sight by the use of an Optometer. A considerable
number of cert I (leal ee to be seen at my office, from
gentlemen who have been salted at my estsbllsh
tnent. , 423 rtttntyhanla qwcmu, bttuven Fvur-aml-a
hat ana Suth ttrtttt,
MY Katabllahinent Is np at airs.
aUnut JUted to tuit. The trsJs tupplted.
SIX PER CEXT. BONDS
TWK.NTV YEARS FROM DATE,
(Or after five years, at option of the Government )
TIIK COUPON BONDS,
la sums of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
ONE THOUSND DOLLARS.
THE REG1RTERRD BONDS,
In sums of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS,
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS
Tf N THOUSAND DOLLARS,
INTFRrST COMMENCING AT DTEOFPUR
Aad payable semi-annually
These BoNDsere the
CHEAPFJT GOVFRN.MENT RECCBITY
now In the market,
The Interest, st present prKe cf coin, being equiv
alent to s Pea Cent, to eurrtocy,
FOR SLE BY
JAY COOKE U CO.,
459 Flfteentbi Street,
GOI'LR.N MEST B0SD8,
ARMY AhD NAVY tOUCHERS,
I 0V, ITRRENLT AJ.D EXCIUSQE,
T II O P O H A r. .
Durkau or axds and Dorxs,
21th November. I8A3.
si'At.rn PROPOSALS. enlorailrn.ru.iailB ror
building house at Naval Hospital, New lork,"
Will IW TCIbCU tl liin umcr, until, nwu un iu
md day of December, IBdi. for furnishing all the
materials sod t orkmanshlp required In construct
ing a bouse for a Surgeon, on the Tfatal Hospital
rruunds at Drookl j n.New ork, aacordtng to plana
and specifications which are lodged with The Civil
tcflneer, and may be seen on application to him
at the Brooklyn Navy 1 ard which plans and spe
clfUatlonswlllbe attached to an! form apart of
Fottn of Offer,
(Here date the otter)
I. (here Insert Ihe name or names compotlnsr the
firm,) of (name the town,) In the State of (name the
State,) herebi offer to furnish under 3 our adi ertlie
ment (Uted (d-ite of advertisement.) an 1 subject to
all the requirements of the same, ttml of the plans
am S.-atto.Vtol.i.alt refer...li th. iaate.
rials and workmaaihlp oecesssrj for laetonstrue
ih NAVal llnamltafil at New lork. accordlna
ntani ftnilsthMlf. rations, for the sum of (here write
Uie amount in words,) and should my offer be ac
oepted, I request the von tract may be prepared and
..lit tn ihe u' Arent. at (Damn the aveneTl for
wutto theNaj Arent, at (name the agency) for
aignature and oerhTrtcate. (Here the bl.Uer and
aignature ami oernncaie. mere ir
eaih member of the Arm are to sign )
Form iff Guaranti..
The undersigned, (unme of guarantor.) of (name
the town.) and Stale iif (name the matej aad (name
of second guarantor, e ,) hereby undertake that
the abot e named (name the bidder or bidders,) will,
If his or their) otter tie abo.ebe accepted, enter
Into contract with tha Pnltedstates, within fifteen
das after the date of notice, through the post of
fice, of the acceptance of Jils (or their) offer before
itnesst (Signatures of guarantors )
I certify thst the above named fuere name the
guarantors) are known So me to bo good and res
ponsible guarantors in Uils cate.
' (Signature )
To be signed by the district Judxn. district attor
ney, collector, nat y agent, or eoma person known
to ine bureau to be responsible.
To gusrd against offcm being ope ne J before the
time appointed, bidders are request d to endorse oo
theenielope.aDOtetho addrc, sj id drew a line
under the endorsement, thus:
PropMlt fur Swryeevs Ilouwgr ie Naey J'srd at
lo tbe Chief of the Bureau of V'ards snd Docks,
Washington, D C, rnuv24 lawfw
In consequence of the lowneiiaof tbe water In
the General Reservoir tt will be neccssarv. unless
great economy of water is practised, for the Gov
ernment aoon to shut on the supi ily to cltlteni en
tirely. All net ions ara. therefore fbrlSrlddeB la use the
hydrant son Pennsylvania avenue I, or on any atreets
or avenue under the care and s bpervlslon of tha
Commissioner of Public Building i,for watering the
streets or pavements, or for an.r private purpose
And all persons using the water are urgently so
ucitea to ie as economical in its use as poeswie.
B . FRLNU..
up 10 ComniliitODif of 1 tubUs BuUdtaf a,
ini. for, YQVNU XtAaOIEB.
No. 01 K Sracrr, Ncau the Cm clt.
TERMS, per Quarter of tea weeks Quarter
eesunenclng ml the date of admission t (
iOenentaryClaaaee In Engllssj - ft on
Advsnced Ctssses In EngUah literature
and Science Included - 00
Elementary Classes la English, French, end
Musis, ,., u oo
Advanced Cleeeee In Fngllsh) French and
Extra charge for Spanish. German. Italian, Latin,
and other Languages
TVa VlVtHiWP Mill awai tulsitu .4l.aa-l.a
tsslat, whenever he can spare tlmeVrom his metft
sal profession. r
oe s NHB.'A.ZAriONE, Principal.
A BOARDING AND DAT SCHOOL, ,
151 WrtT SracxT.
Tha dutlee of this Inshhitlonwlllbafiailmadon
the h of .September. Circulars nay be -obtained
at the principal book-stores la Waahligton, or by
UaVl JMeVini JH al. llAaHUtt.Hi
TO THE PUBLIC
008LING RKS TADBAKT
a 4 i
a 4 t
(Formerly of New York.)
Has tbe Name and Fame of being one os
THE BEST RESTAURANTS IX T01?&
CyGlve us a trlsL and Judge for yourself -$a
Fvery thing In the House le ot tbe
DEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
Dent forget the number,
A4T Pennsylvania avenue,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets,
marie South side,
ARTIFICIAL CLKOPtASTIC HONE TFETH,
without metal piste or clasps, ty
DR. S. Bj BIO ESMOND,
VI 0 Broadway, New York) and 300 Pro a atenue,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth sts , a
TVASaTNOTOK, 1. C.,
Calls the attention of the public to the following
adi antages of bla Improved s)stemi
1st. The teth of his msnufACture will never co
rode nor change color by any adds, and are three-
Iiourins liRiurr nun ny oiucr.
Sd No teeth nor roofs neel be extracted, as the
artltlelsl onee ean be Inserted o er them.
3d The roots will be made loofl'vnil. e and never
, sth. NotemporaryteethAreneeded.upermanent
I onfi eitn be made lnimedlatelr. therebv nreservlne
J the natural expression of the fuce, which, under
IU OIU J lirill, IB UCUUCUIJJ UUIIUIVU
years, by many of the first chemists and physicians
of this and the old country.
Dr. S. has also Invented a white Indestructible
metal filling, with which the most sensitive teeth
ean be filled without pain, and can build up a per
lect sounq loom on nny iiua roois, wmen win laii;
thpnliarh at lifetime
He refers to the following gentlemen. Dr. V. Mott
Dr. Doramus. Professor of Chemlstrvt Hon. A.
Mann, jun 1 Capt. Crabtree. lee President of the
Fmlgratlon Company of New lork Hon. Jurt re
Wayne, or the Supremo Court, of Washington, D.
C 1 and thousands of others.
Call and examine for j ourselves. nov 8 m
APPMCATIONJS for Duplicate Land
June, I860, for the reissue of the Lend Warrants
described herein, which are alleged to haw been
lost or destroyed, notlee Is hereby given that, at
the date fellowlng thedescrlptlonoi each warrant,
tn(wcrriin(ouiiiKvirjnuririu m tiiucu it no
vniii. nh lection should then annear.
No ss,70fl, for lso acres, Issued under tbe act of
luarcn, itxw, in uioaamvui Arnoianawriogron.anu
! rr anted Sentembee IT. 1SA7 Jftnuarr A. 18&2.
No 83 4S4, for ISO acres, Issued under the act of
March, 1965, in the names of the minor children of
Daniel . fliccune, aeoeaseu, ana was granieu uci.
j-f. 100B 'anuirj ii, mm.
No 100347, for ICO acres, Issued under the act of
Marcn ihw, in ine name 01 Ansa Alien, anq was
granted March 13. l&tn-January 18, 18U
No. leasee, for 100 acres, Issued under the act ot
March, 1850, In the name of Rachel, widow of Geo.
Harner, and was granted January , lata February
No. 67,700 for 160 acres. Issued unler the act of
narcn a, loan, in inr nume 01 t m. v riiier. mu waa
rrjintAd V ehruarv e. 1SA7 Februarv 23. 186J.
No 9.U9, for W acres, lsiuel under the act of
September, lu&o, in ine name or jonmnanpiciienry,
and was granted July Mb, tea i-M arch I, lees.
JOSEPH IL BARRETT.
T R O P H A Jt H .
DtrOT QCAXTERMASTEa'S OFFICE,
Comer itrth and U streets,
tt ashtngton, Dec 10, lwrt
srAUU) PROPOSALS will U receUed at this
nm.iintri Sfttunlar. DeeembarSO. lt62. at 13 o'clock
UI , IUr lit" UU11-IW1 .asiuaasr "j iu, "hiw aaa nil
military service of the United States, In the city of
. a at. r li 14 . 1 SBfevBTAsiBi sla Ina. Ittlsllafe In Ik.
ftllllugiun, eSUU ntaHl niiuiu asuirsj iiuir.ui aniu
C1IJ , iroin IOC Ol jeuurj umil ute amu ui af uur,
Specifications lor all tle requirements of such
nunais cau ie seen ai um wuiw.
The fuU name and Fust Office address of tha bld-
aer must appear in ine proposal
If a 1 Id Is made In the name of a firm, the names
of all the partlee must appear, or tho bid will be
.considered aa the IndtUdual proposal of the party
jroioials from dldoyal pattltewUl lutbccontid-
sretf, and an oath of allegiance must accompany
t tch proposition
fropoiali must be addressed to Captain Edward
L. JUrtx, Assistant Quartermaster U. S. Army.
Washington. D. &, and should be plainly marltcid
"FeoposaUforthe Burial of Persons dlnglntbe
OUluary sen Vl " "ut dhht-
The responslMltty of the guarantors must be
shown by the offloUl certlflcafe of the Clerk of the
nearr-rt District Court or of the United states Die-
, lUJ,U bS. wird" W himul I- .uaMaUe'J
i,,i.non.ibielrrtas Twliose sliaslurss are
a.f -iiiij.. ffe UJ
Didders must be prrMnt IW iwion when ths bids
are upened, or Ibe propoials will Dot be cousld-
Bunds In Ihe sum ot one thouaand dollars, iljnr.1
br the contractor and both of lals fusrautors, ulll
be requtre.1 ol the succeisful bidder upoosl,nln
Form of GvmaiUtf
We . of the countr of, sail State 01 ,
end , el the county of --, aud atate of - , do
rrUrdJaV."!!! !;. hU JrSposi:
aa a .L.. .L...IS kl. nj.nj.lHH VkA Bniiontsa.4
IlOal, IUU llldl, alllUUt'l dial MUlV.Mi" a. v..i
he wlU at once enter Into a contract In accords
Miould Ihe contractu awarded to Mm, we ars
prepared to become his securities
( lo this guarantee must be appended the official
certificate above mentioned ) t .,
The Deot Quartermaster reserves to MmseH
tho right to reject any or all bids that be ma)
dcn.oohUh. EDWAnD j. ARTZ.
Cspt. and Asi t Qiisrteitnssler U. t A.
1.1 IB II tt. HAnOKNT'S
AWN1NQ, FLAG, AND
VX10N TSNT FJL0T0RY,
So, 93a PeunsylTaul. avenue!
WABinNQTON, D. 0.
SVTIS11S' AKD SHUT TFX'iU
0.Uln OR U1DC TO OHDIR.
Awnincs, rtsts, Tents, Mall Bats, Horse Covers,
Slim, Vs,u Co ers, ke , made at short notice,
KTOTICK IS 1IEH.KDV GIVEN THAT
X tha Copartnership heretofore eilstlne between
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Every family, at thtl season, should use tbe
Celebrated In EuroDe for He medlolnal and benefi
cial qualities as a gentle stimulant, Tonic, Diuretic,
and Sudorific, highly esteemed by eminent physi
cians, used la European and American Hospitals,
and by some of tha first families la, Europe and
America. ' .
AS A TONIC,
It has no equal, causing an appetite and building
up the system, being entirely a pure wl&e ot a most
valuable fruit. fc..
AS A DIURETIC,
It Imparts a healthy action of the Glands and KU
neye, and Urinary OrganLvsry beneficial ta Dropsy
Gout, and Rheumatic atlVcUone.
Is not a mliture or manufactured artlele, but Is
pure, Irom the Juice of the Portugal Sambucua
grape, eultlvatadlu New Jersey, recommended ly
Chemists and Fhystctansaspoetaaslngmedlcslpro
parties superior to any other Wines tn use. and an
exeeent article for all weak and ecmjiiateti per
aonsend the aged and Infirm, Improving the appe
tite ana cenenuog lauiee ana cnuaraa.
A LADIES WINE.
Because It will not intoxicate as other wines, as It
contain no mixture of spirits or other liquors and
Is admired for Its rich, peculiar flaror, andnutriUre
Fropemei, imps rung uctuinj u 10 nm uisi
re orgaae, and a blooming, soft, and healthy skjn
WE RFFER TO
A few well known gentlemen sod pbyslotsns who
Dr Ward, Newark, N J
Dr Dougherty, Newark
Dr. MareyNew Yotk.
uoVb iMorgi-j, n i.aiiii
Dr. Perker N Y. City.
Drs Da rcyiNlchoIl. New
vr. rain, i-niukusu
Ev-None renulne without the signature of M AL
FRED SPFER, Psssatc, N. J ," Is o. er the cork
each bottle .
B3-MAKE ONE TRIAL OF THIS WINE.
For sale by Druggists and all nrstxlass Dealers
Trade supplied in Baltimore by WM. H. imOU N
A. STEER, Proprietor.
ViKCTAitD Paasale, New Jersey.
Orrn t M Broadwai. New York
JOHN LA FOT, Parts,
nov 1-1 y Agent for France and Germany
Tim TRY OUT! NKW STOCK OP
J Clothing from tha People a do thing atom. No
40 Seventh street, near F. They out-wear any
thing you can buy and they are sold so cheap at
' ' J. H SMITirs,
No. 4C0 Seventh atreet, near F
I would advise all to come and buy their Clothlo
at SMITH 8, No. too Seventh street.
II you are wise you will come to SMITH'S, No
ICO Seventh street, near F. opposite City Post Of
flee, to buy your Clothing, Furnishing Goods
Trunks, Hats, and Caps.
The PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORE, No. SCO
Set enth street, Is the bostplsce tn town to buy
jour Clothing, runilxhiB; Goods, Trunks, Hats,
and C-.pi f H. fSnjH CO , Clothiers, 450
' Call soon andseeour new stock of Fall snd Win
ter Qothlnr, which we are eelling st very tow pri
ces, at the PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORL, No. SCO
Seventh street, near F.
Great attractions at No 460 Seventh street. New
stock of Clothlngjust arrived, and selling at our
usual low prices J. II. SMITH It CO , Oothlers.
No 4o Seventh street.and corner Twentieth street
and renn. a enue.
Great bargains la Clothing, FurnlshUg Goods,
Hats, Cape, Boots, and Shoes, on the corner of
Twentieth street and Penn avenue
SMITH At CO , Clothiers, First wsrd, cor. Twen
tieth street and renoaylrenlaavenue, it the cheap
est place la town to buy your Fall and Winter
Call at the First Ward nothing store end get
your Fall and tt later Clothing, Hals, Caps, Roots
SMITH a; CO , Clothiers.
Cor. Twentieth street and Peoa.av.
FIRST WARD CLOTHING HOUSE, comer of
Twentieth street and Pennsylvania avenue.
Ton ean buy your Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots
and Shoea cheap, corner or Twentieth street end
Pennsylvania at enue.
sepSo 4 m
A TTENTIOV, SOLDIERS AND BUT-
V. laKUS. IIaUngJust completed our assort
ment of Camp Furniture, we would now respect
fully invite the attention of Soldiers and Butlers
Our assortment comprises In part tbe following
Camp goods, Uz:
Camp Cheats for mess of from four to six, Camp
Tables. Camp Stools, Camp tots. Camp Mattresses,
tilth all other articles of Camp Furniture calcula
ted to make a soldier comfortable. All of which
will be sold at the ery lueit cash mleee at
GRrEN fc YVILLIAM9
au 3t No. 630 Seventh street, corner D.
C O U E T III NO N K V
Now Is the time to buy your Fall Clothing, at Ho.
460 seventh street) where rou can Cod all the latest
style goods, at Northern prices
llo I ho l for Serrnth street, No. 4G0 A large In
voice of Clothing, at very low prices, No. 40 Sov
cnth street, nearr.
A new way to sat e Gold I Buy your Clothing at
No. 480 Seventh street, opposite Fost Office, at 10
per cent, below the market price, In Treasury
Smith's, No 460 Seventh street, Is the eheapeat
house In town to, buy) our clothing, Furnishing
Goods, Trunks, Hats, and caps. sep --3m
V A T I O N AI A N .
Tirt.VTr EAR SIX PER CET, BONDS
V X ITED RTA TEH
KQvenau Flv Tvcnttttt")
I 1. COUFON BONUS In ,, of ,80, ,100, ,
The RlGltTFMD BONOS In sums of W, W,
t0, ,1,000, and $3,ooo,
(lnlcnU rosMvacine f dir vj purckau,)
roa uu xt riR ur
JAV COOKE tl, CO., Bankers,
Hi tlflitth ttrirt.
These Bonos sre the
CunrcsT OorxRfMniT BtcrRiiT
now In the msrkcl.
ftiirrsf MirsB Mmtennusly
Is cquh alrnt, at present price of coln.ta
. tu CchT. In currcne).
nov 25 tf
Do 1 OI) KNOW IT 1 II yon do not, call at
SMITH k DKALL'S, No. 301 Seventh street
nesr K street, snd buy yoursslf anloe suit of Cloth.
In( from them, as they sell cheep.
SMITH k BEALL,
Not 301 Seventh street,
-PSPECUL ATTENTION II CALLED TO OUH
Jll new stock of rsU aad Wlatat CloUita,, Cents
Furnlshlnf Goods, Hats, and Caps
I. 1. BL'ALL k CO .
Cl0lU'l W. 1 TMth. iUSIt