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-TUB MM1TIOM. '
Tha city in yesterday In Idgh stale of ex
fitment, la cooquenM ,of tho ascertained
fart of tbt Twlcutton of Bacnttry Seward,
and or motors of other resignations. Accord
ing to one rumor, U the members of the Ctbl
nrt had ntlgned. '
It lino secret that the Rtpnhllon Senators
held protracted eaacasM on Tuesday and
Yfedneedar, and It It naturally enough snp
poted that there It connection of aome tort
between thla caacnslnt; and the tnwttt, greater
or last, In the Cabinet. In one aspect, the con
'Jectnre of inch a connection ma; be well found.
d, and jet we doubt If thla Senatorial caoens
In; haa done anrthlnf more than to precipitate
what wat otherwise an Inevitable remit of re
cent mlefbrtunea In public affaire. Without In
landing, In advance of an exact ascertainment
of facta, to Bl the reeponalhllltr of thoae mis
fortunes In any partlcaiar qnartcr, we only give
eiprewlon to an opinion aa Jutt aa It lsunlver
aal, In saying that It waa unavoidable that thoae
misfortunes should be followed bj aome changes
In the high place of the. Government. That,
in fact, waa, and la, Bach, mora certain than
that the right changes, In all casca, will be
It la not uderttood that the Senatorial can
cnars referred to, arrived at any conclusion ad
vene specially to Gov. Seward, bat that, In
aome form, they Indicated to the President that
a reconstruction of the Cabinet waa demanded
by public eventa and pahlleoplalon.
We are not Inclined to anlit In feeding or.
augmenting the popular excitement, by repeat
,lng all the rumors In circulation, or by Indulg
ing In coinmeute upon three rumors. The clr-
no time to Indulge In factious hostilities or fac
tions frlendshlpa. The President haa a dlffl
cult task before him, o adjust the executive
machinery to the emergencies of the crisis. All
patriots must wish for him the fullest measure
of wisdom, and will wish to assist him to suc
cessful respite, by keeping the public temper
well disposed and free from factious humors.
If Inclined to venture at all upon any advice,
we should only repeat Iho vlewa which we have
heretofore elaborately presented and" argued,
that no other government than that of parties
Is consistent with the theory of republican In
stitutions, or Is practically possible In this
country at thla lime. Thoroughly eatlsfled of
the truth of these views, we shall lie best
pleased If the Cabinet changes which are Im
pending, are of a character to draw closer the
relations which ought to exist between tbo
President and the party which elevated him to
The military position has undergone no
change within the last tnenty four hours.
The Immlnenry of a battle at nr near Nash
ville increase. At the last adders the rebels
were advancing and In force within eleven
miles of that city.
We reiterate the opinion, that notwithstand
ing the terrible reverse on the Rappahannock,
the general aspect of affairs Is hopeful. Public
opinion, to which the Administration fully re
sponds. It np to the mark of prosecuting the
war, In the only way In which It waa ever pos
sible to prosecute It successfully, that Is to say,
by liberating all slaves aa our armies progress;
and In the Southwest, where slaves are most
numerous, our armies are and will be In posi
tions to make the policy of liberation effectual.
That policy will aave the country. It la not
correct to say that it Is the only hope we have
left. It Is the only hope there ever was from
the beginning of this struggle,
"esprfmtwaVsVt0 4Mr M'i'i'
Oesmal HallMk Visit.
Hamper mt tax W.auUe?-, 1-,
den. ffalleck went down to Anula Creek on
Thnrday last, and ,had a Interview with 3en j
uurnsia. ihernuravu jvvtcniaj. .?." wuj
sand, three hundred wounded men hare Wn
brought' over to TermouUl from iredcrteksborg.
The number of our actual killed amonntt to
about 8,000. Onr total lost In ktlted, wounded
and missing will amount to upwards of 18,006V
The above figures may be relied on as correct.
They were given ua by a person who had am
ple opportunities for securing, the.lnformatlon.
Xaap.vl.at Itacaaalseaace. smiths Pe
O.VE 11VSDRED RKBKIS VArTVRED.
AlW ONE THOUSAND HEAD OF CATTLt.
Gen. Negle, commanding our forces at York-
town and Williamsburg, In the absence of Gen.
Reyes, haa recently made several Important
reconnolssancea above Gloucester, capturing
upwards of one hnudred rebels and about a
thousand head of cattle.
PtMxrroav Orders to Or. BnwtiDi go
Canst Tni Rivxa. It la asserted that General
Burnsldahaa publicly declared that he would
not have crossed the rlvrr In the fare of the
formidable works of the enemy and stormed
them, hut for Imperative ordera from Washing
ton. In this connection we may give what we un
derstand from a semi-official sonrco to have
been the language of the President a day or two
since In conversation! "I yielded my own com
mon sense view, "which was against Grneral
Burnslde's crossing the river, and attacking
tbocnemy'a works, to the military knowledge
and experience of Gen. Hallerk,the General In
Or The following la a list of the ladles who
constitute the several committees for getting
up the preliminaries of tbo Christmas dinner
In the hospitals la Georgetown i
Bridge Street. Number of beds, 1st. Committee!
Mrs. H . H Tenner, Mrs. Msry & French, and Mils
Union Hotel. Number ot beds, 235. Committee!
Mrs If. A. Ronea. Dd Mrs. Kriltli ItonLlni.
M.K.Churcfu Numberof beri.,los. Committee:
-uiisjano ananas, Miss Jane Clark, Mrs Urn. II,
Chspman, Mrs Vrni. Shirley, Mrs. Joseph lurch,
sad Mrs John Mitchell.
Trinity Church Number of beds. ISA. Commit
tee- Mrs. t. O. Stone, K. L. Owens, and George
Latholle College Number or teds, 3&J. Com
mittee! Mrs Mary Sweeny, Mrs a. ltlne, Mrs
HeuVy King, Mrs Charles English, Mrs Martha
Hultx. Mr. John Berrr. Mrs Uoodward. Mrs. J
f Haddock, Mines MeNalr, (two,) and Miss ijnUr
W3i? SOBMLlfthov(at that r
these shoatd hot ba tnaE aaalM ,
Mr. SUMNIR moved to lay the resolution
on the table. , jp. ,.
P. GRIMES hoped the resolution would M
eat without any IwlfctliUfronndaV V;
Mr. run ci-ij taia aw, naa grounat.
Tho debate noon thbtfeeolntlon waa contin
ued at tome lenirth between Messrs. MORRILL
aad POWEI.I.. fcvuartf ' r-r'-Ji '' ,'-.
The VICE PRESIDENT here called up, the
bankrupt ict. it bclnt-ithe tinnnlshed business
ofvesterdav. and tevrral verbal amendments'
weremaae . . . . . u-. - -j
Mr.'DOOLTTTLE moved to amend the hill.
to aa to reeognlte the laws of the several Statu
Mr. HARRIS suggested that inch an amend
ment would not make a uniform law,
Mr. POOLITTLE withdrew the amendment
for the present.
After further discussion, the Senate adjourn
ed till Monday.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr. KEI.LT moved that the BecreUrv of the
Interior he directed to communicate to the
llouso anycommnnlcatlons froratheBev. John
Seres, relative to the captured Africans and
niacaa la nam at uucria in me yean ist u aoa
1M1, and the treatment received by them from
the residents Ihero. .Adopted.
Mr. LAW moved that the Committee on Mil
itary Affairs he and is hereby requested to re
port to the House, by Mil or otherwise, aome
mode by which the soldiers of the army who
have been rendered unfit for duly, by disabili
ties Incurred In the service of the United States.
may be at once discharged, and that all the sol.
nirra in ine several military nnepiiaia mua cQn,
ralescent camps fit for duty be nturned to their
respective regiments and that the committee
Inquire Into the expediency of establishing a
hoard of medical officers, to be designated by
the Surgeon General, to examine Into such rates
by visiting the several hospitals of the army
and examining the soldiers thercln,wlth power
to discharge or retnrn to their regiments the
At nr uniltwoldlert for tervlee, and that such
board report totheSurgeonGcnersltheiractlon
In the matter, whose duty It will lie to report
to congress. . i
Mr. LAW read a' covMuinlratlon received
by him from soldiers coatvaed In the military
hospital at Alexandria, whfeh represented the i
hospital there as In a very filthy condition. The
men say that their Rtsoctattona arnYery uu-
pleasant that they cannot remain In the hoa-!
pita with any hope of recovery; Water was J
not difficult to get, but they were compelled to
carry wood two miles. They did not complain '
of their fare, but many of them, deeming them
selves fit for duly, desired to return to their re
spective regiments, that they might once again
Alt aalel la. Ike lUfaahaaaaek.
rat ltjaaatora sa-tkefasafijallfMajl la
Kaastor mt the Kltlea, Waaadetl aasl
IIiio,ciitTT.aa AtMT'CT rnTotiUlU, I '
.December ID, IMS. '
All a quiet io-day, excepting two shots fired
from oar hill-aide batteries, to disperse the
gathering1- banda of rehelt on the plain Oppo
site. , ' '
The enemy strongly picket the river along
onr front and maintain a peaceful condition
with onr own on thla tide.
Several memhera of the Congressional com
mittee on the conduct of the war are .here to
day, examining Into the causes of onr recent
repulse and evacnttlon of the southern tide of
the Rappahannock, ,, They are to.n1ghl'the
gucsta of General Sumner. 1
'Reports of onr losaea In the late battle make
the number lets'thtn 1,400 killed and 8,000
wounded, a large portion of whom Here onH
silently wounded. We lost 800 prisoners, and
took about aa many,
Nrw Yoax. Dec. 1. The1 Richmond 'Dif
patch, or the ICIh Instant ssjs the rebel loss at
the Fredericksburg battle la 3.S00. Eleven
hundred wounded had arrived there on Monday
night. They lost Generals Gregg and Cobb,
and many field officers. Tho Third South Caro
lina regiment wat nearly annihilated.
The JKtpotcK coatalna a telegram from Golda
boro', stating that 3,000 rebels fought the abo
lltlontsta at Klnston; the day before, from
eight a..m. to one oVlock In the aftcrnooni
that, after driving the abolitionists once, the
rebel Gen. Evans waa compelled to retire, lear
log the Vandals to occupy the town. No report
nf loss la riven. The town wet crettlv In-
Jnrcd by the Union bombardment. .
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li r- r n i RalMtea'irom the dtm-on;fc ground or ENta-.New nuattura i.IMbin a
1 R (VttltUakjh.aaHciMMi. n Hi v-fc,. a ft i winMiud. . I SKSBrwfl 'XamjriSSM
a rB..rrL3ln JMTZA. t..v. JLPoatfceaaTalltf I -I tUlaillJiV. MdA
V Commhna vak UrmM Infn SuJw hw irnArlaM.!. T tV L WT DeCatrMf M.
Tha Dead at Prederlelctliurg,
TaVf are Rlrlppetl or Clothtag.
Our iAse In aenerat Rey-aotda Carpa.,
Fit O M C A L IF O X "jf -.I ."
Onr Minister Belated la Japaa.
Japaaeae Meant 'Navy.
Washington is seething hot with excitement,
Intense and furious. Strangera crowd onr ho
tels almost to suffocation, and loud and clamor
one denunciations are mingled with oaths, gin
cocktails and whisky skins. There Is also a
deep undercurrent of feeling, which demands
change, prompt and decisive, In the manage
ment of onr military affairs.
FaiDxaiCkaariin. We are eatliflrd that our
losaea In killed aod wounded at Fredericksburg
on Saturday, were fully fifteen tbonsand.
The losses of the enemy are not computed
nlgher than forty-Ore hundred, of which about
two-thirds are snpposed to have been suffered
by their right, vhlehwas engaged with Gen.
ranklln. So far aa losses are concerned, the
oattla between the enemy's right and our left Is
supposed to have been an equal one. In the
centre, and on our right, the slaughter of onr
troops wat very little compensated for by any
damage done to the enemy.
We are told that the bill upon which the ene
my bad eatabllshed his first line of entrench
ments waa about three hundred and fifty feet
high. Ilia second line was upon a line one
hundred and fifty feet higher still.
CnuRicTioM. A newt paragraph, reflecting
upon a Republican member of the House from
r.New York, got Into our editorial snmmsry yes
terday. It really rested upon no authority, ex
cept a paragraph reprinted In the New York
Timet from a Democratic paper In the gentle
man's district. That la vrry poor authority,
and especially for a charge of a paltry pecu
niary corrnptlon against a man universally
esteemed for his pure and dlstntrrctrd char
Wi Leant that a collection la to be taken up
among the dealers, butchers and hucksters, In
market, this morning, of materials to he con
tributed towardt the great Chnislmea dinner
getting up by Mrs. Berrettry Smith for the In
mates of the hospitals. We have no doubt but
the result will lie amply gratifying to all par
Wr aaa anvisiD hy Col. Dennis, chairman
of the committee of the United States Agrlcal.
tural Society for getting up a nstlonal exhibi
tion of American wines, that In consequence of
the un u tiled state of the count ry, the com mlttee
hare determined to postpone this exhibition In
deflnUely. CiiaioK it ins DerittTMinT or Eistikk
Vieoctu. Gen. Wool turned over the military
department of Eastern Virginia, to General
Schenek, hla enecessor, yesterday. General 8.
has established hla headquarters at the F.ntaw
Wort urn to Aiuakdbia. Ahnnt seven
hundred wounded soldiers, from Aquta Creek
arrived at Alexandria yesterday. They uere
conveyed In ambulances to the varlona hospi
tals In that city and at Fairfax Seminary.
hnr tn tht. rfafipi-ra anil hnnnra nf I heir nm.
radet. They preferred to go through another I Nrw Yomc, Dec. 19. A dispatch from the
Aulletam to being longer confined In thehoe-,rmy of the Potomac, dated Thnraday. says
niii -M,vi-iininiininriiiirin.Fieir nn I that six hundred of our dead were hurled ou
pavfor six months. In conclusion, they an-1 Woilneeiday, and four hundred and fifteen on
peiled for a discharge from Irksome confine- that day. Nearly all rro found stripped of
ment. incir doming, tying naaea upon inogroupa,
Me. niniIAnntoVad.lme.lihettnnannon . From official reports. It Is thought the propor
tho subject. "on f killed to tho number wonnded In the
Mr. BI.AKE proposed to amend tho resolu- ljle l"ml" ' smaller than In any battle fought
Hon that the committee lie instructed tolnqulre " war. in ticncral iteynolda' corps
infn tkrWuii......Ar ti .r-in n. nv. w-.ni ' the official loss Is as follows! Gen. Donblcdav'a
ho.pltala near Alexandria nuder the control of division, 100; Ocn. Gibbons' division, I.IM;
tho surgeon general of the army. He also ad- Gen. Meade's dlrlsloo, 1,410; total, 8,831.
dressed the Honsa.
Tho hill was passed. I Safe Fnavrisro, Dee. 19. The steamship
Mr. CASEY rose to a question of privilege, Herman has been chartered to take the Moses
u.iiiiig iiiut jir. dtuj. i . t lauuers, i .new ur- layiors pasneogcrs losaiiaina. duo rams io
leans. tie sworn In at a member of Comrreit morrow.
from that district. A private letter from Japan, dated November
Mr. VALLCiDIGHAM objected. Ill, tayt that all Itqnlet. On the 7th, the au-
Mr. BINGHAM moved that the papers lu the1 thorltlca saluted the American Minister, with
matter he referred to the Committee on Elec-' torrnteen guns, being tho first rcgnlsr salute
tlons; which was agreed to. I given by the Japanese to any foreign minister.
Mr. SARGENT moved that the Commlttreof I The Japanese ordered two steam sloops and
Ways and Meant be Instructed to Inquire Into I one gunboat, mounting In all alxty-fonr guns,
the expediency of providing by law for the kp- constructed In the United States j thla being the
commencement oi a complete tteam navy
polntmeat of a Commissioner of Internal Rcvc
nne for the Pacific States and Territories.
Mr. lKlA.t'l.AlMr. moved mat a select com
Common wak fl
no uamaga reeaisea.
An arrival from Vlckahunr rsnorta that-tfB
worlu tMcJiromlh river eUht miles, with
trtcaty gun jfipttded'bn lha river 4wo hnn
dred In all.
r.Tba,rlHaeat aava.baaa far aata.tlavshaar
pacaing up sneir gooaa preparatory.io ovacna
ting the pfae upon tWopenlnJr of lha'ahllcl.
patedTederalatUclt." r " .,,
Cotton bnrnlnr was still kert no'hV'lhe
uen. jinnnen bat ordered the drinking
houses and saloons of .Memphis to ba closed
Immediately. Persons violating ,the order,
either directly nr Indirectly, are To be severely
MeUralljr la.tae Pwlplt. ;; ,
8r; lull's. Dec. 19 The'Rev. D. Vcfhec.
lans, of the Pine Street Church, 'has been or
dered by Ibe provost marshal general to -leave
the State within ten days,, for encouraging re
lielllon and snstalnlnr dlslovaltvln his church.
Three members of the church have been ap
pomtea irnstees, ana directed to nil ine pnipit
with loyal men, t . . - i
rTnomee Bratln -
Xamlaalloa fbr Caagreaa.
uiisiun- wv. iv.rsium . iiuriNUUH
been nominated for Congress In the district of
new iiampsnire now represcniea ny ine lion,
Thomit Mi Edwards.
TIlRSIsDOWKLt, COURT OP INO.t'IRV,
FatDiT, December 19.
This court assembled at 11 o'clock, a. ra,
No wltaessea were sworn, but a lengthy cor
respondence wat read, comprising' letters te.
twecn Gen.HcDos ell and his subordinates, alio
between him and Gens. Banks and Fremont, and
the Secretary, bf War, Indicating energy i and
foresight In lilt ooeratlona. NoHilnrtlie of
special Interest oecnrredand thaeonrt ad.
lonnted to meet thltmomlng at 11 o'clock.
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Tni Ponrxa Trial. This court did hot; sit
yesterday owing to the absence of various iwlt
CHOICf: OOLONO TPA, to cents per pound.
erycholca do do ai do.
rtnest CAinpowder do CO do.
ery choice Famllr Breakfast Tea. 11 tier nound.
Ail nf the shore Teas art of belter duality than
can be had elsewhere at the same price, as I re-
ccitr mf iru turret irum place 01 arowin.
I have Jnit received a small invoice of beautiful
Chinese Lacquered Chess Boards, Lhesa Men,
t.anru irorj bdu nKunBi 004 rsaf, nisiies,
M. mvt tor Hit U J
wn. corwin BURor,
dee 30-;t Coratr 1 and I levrnth street,
mlttee of three be appointed by the Speaker to Tne Kogll.h Prcae ipsa Ami rleaa AtTalra.
Inquire Into the causes which led to the results i
at rroderlckshurg and before Richmond, Va., I Contplleatlaa Thrtataaed Between ft pain
with poacr to tend for persons and papcre, and f anil the United qtelee.
report wiin an convenient speea. unjccica 10.
Thc nnuOR that General Burntlde hss rel
signed has probably no fonndatlon In truth
The whole loyal country has confidence In this
general, notwithstanding tho affair at Freder
icksburg. His masterly retreat Is the theme of
FailuT, Dtctmbef 19, VKi.
Mr. KENNEDY offered a Joint resolution to
pay the Senators and members orrougree mile
age for the present session. Referred to Com
Also, a resolution, which wat adopted. In
structing the Secretary of the Nary, If since
the adjournment of the last session, he has fcp
polnted any acting rear admirals, and If so,
how many, and by vlrtne of what law.
Mr. HALE offered a rrtolutlou Instructing
the Secretary of the Navy, In preparing the
annual navai register, to continue tne ssme in
formation aa heretofore, and also to giro thc
same Information In regard to the volunteers tn
naval service as far as practicable. Adopted.
Mr. MrDOUGALL offered a resolution re
questing the Secretary nf War to Inform the
Senate whether any tribunal has been constitu
ted to report upon the operations of MsJ. Gen.
D. C. lluell In Kentucky and Tennessee, and if
so, tnstatetheeharartrrorsaldtrlbunal, wheth
er a court martial nr court of Inquiry, and If
not, under Hhat law It waa Instltnled, onl
whether that tribunal waa In session in secret
and bed attempted to exclude from Its sessions
MaJ. Gen. Bnell,-whose conduct It as to In
vestigate, and further, whether the said tribu
nal proposed to the said Mal.Geu.Buelltotake
an oath that he would not disclose any of the
Incidents of his trial, or any of the evidence.
Objection ueing mine, tne resolution was laid
Mr. KING presented the memorial of the na
tional war committee of the city of New York,
asking Congress to authorize letters of marque
to private t easels for the capture nf the Ala-hama.
I Mr. LATHAM offered a resolution requesting
I the Secretary of btate to transmit tn the Senate
I any correspondence which has been had be
tween his department and onr minister to tho
British Government, about telegraphic commit-
, . , nleatlon between the mouth of tho Amoorrltrr
MitrlANn. The prodacllrr results of ihe ,nd San Framlwo, California. Adopted,
draft In Marrland are not reported tcrv favor.' Mr. HFNDF.KSON Introduced a bill, grant-
ably upon. II Is said that a good msny of tho i '"? ,ue " of lh Vnl.'6u,lM to 'J10 ??? ,of
' ' '. . , ,.,,.,. , Missouri to emancipate the slavraofssld Slate,
men drafted, have made good their pjiape Into Referred to Coinmlitrc on Jiullilary.
Iilile, preft rrlng to fight under Jeff. Travis,
The HipullwH seems half In rllue-I to en
dorse the sharp criticisms upon the War De
partment and General-ln-Chlef made by the 7n
ttlUgtnttr yesterday, Star,
Our neighbor does not serin Inclined to rn
dorse anything. If It has any positive Idess
upon any subjett of great public interrst, ex
cept to snarl at Its neighbors, we hare failed to
In speaking of the visit of the Commlttco on
the Conduct nf the War tn Fredericksburg, that
"It has been suggested that they can pursuo
their Investigations to more advantage lu Wash
ington than at Fredericksburg."
Is this an attack upon anybody?
Tux New Cabiket. The Cabinet makers at
the hotela yesterday were very Lnsy. Their dis
interested labors deserve some notice, and we
therefore give oho of their rardsi
William Pitt Frssenden, Secretary of Slate.
Col. A. It. Bowman, Secretary of War.
S. P. Chase, Secretary of the Treasuri .
C. Vanderbllt, Secretary of the Navy.
Judge Usher, Secretary of the Interior
James Cooper, Poatmarirr General
Horace Mayuard, Atlnrnri General.
Mr. MCKNIGHT moved that the Committee
on Military Affairs lie requested. If they deem
It expedient and promotive of tha public ser
vice, to report by bill or otherwise for dividing
the duties of tho office of the Quartermaster
ucnerai luto airrcrcni bureaus, tho heads of
which will ue responsible ror tno performance
the duties thereof. Objected tn.
Mr. PRICE Introduced a bill to amend an act
providing for the establishment of an electric
telegraph to the Pacific coast.
Joint resolutions were passed tendering the
thanks of Congress to Lieut. Wordeu, com
manding the Monitor In tho conflict with tbo
Merrlmae, In the month of March last, and to
Lieut. Morris, of the Cumberland.
Mr. SEDGWICK moved .that the Secretary or
the Navy he requested to communicate to the
House ail inrormation in his power In rerrrenre
to prise caart In any nf the court! of the United
Stales, the amount received from the aalea
thcrrof, the expenses and disbursements, and
the disposition of all tuonlea received and the
amouut deposited In Ihe Treasury of the United
Mr. MAYNARD moved that the Secretary of
the Navy be requested to Investigate the condi
tion of the navy yard at Momphls, and to re
port such roessurea aa will secure It for the use
of the Government, and to protect the vested
rights or an loyal citizens. Atioptca.
On motion or Mr. STEVENS, the House
went Into Committee of the Whole on tho Slate
of the Union, (Mr. Mellory In the chair.)
The Din mailing appropriations mr invalid
pensions waa taken up and passed.
The committee then rose and thenonie re
snmed. The House passed the bill making appro
priations for Invalid pensions.
Mr. STEVENS obtained leave to address the
House In connection with the bill presented by
him a few days ago, entitled " A bill making
appropriations for defraying the expenses of
On motion of Mr. STEVENS, the House
went Into Committee of the Whole on the Mate
of the Union, (Mr. Mallory In the chair.)
The debate on Ihe President's mesragc wat
Mr. CitlSFIFI.D rjmceeded to address the
The committee rore, and theltnucc adjourned '
IIOL1DW DOOKSaod FANCY GOODS.
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SIIEPHFJID fc RJLEY Invite, their Meads' to
five them a call at the corner of Setcath aad D
irrru, anil mamma inrir iok 01
WRITINa DFIKa, DRESSING CAIKS,
UllRIC BIIVCS PIIBT11II in
amies, rrayer nooas, tiyaaa books, uames, Toy
Books, aod Ifolldsj Books, ta every , artety.
New York, Dec. 19. The steamship Bcotla,
with Liverpool dates to the 6th Instant, has ar-
The newspapers adranco nothing new on
American affairs. ,
Tho Paris tWfcir. In official form, alludes
to the presence of tho rrench aquadrou at New
Orleans, which Is represented to have elated
the disaffected population.
The Ijondon ftfoo thinks that the sltustlon
of America promises striking results toon.
The Timet thinks that the Democratic suc
cesses liave rendered the Government desperate
Instead of daunting It g and It looks upon the
last advices the worst yet, as an Indication that
tha propagation of emtio war It about to com
The Hon. Mr. Gladstone, In a letter to Prof.
Newman, denlca that he has expressed any
sympathy wllh tho Southern canse. or passed
any eulogliitu upon Jefferson Davit, and hat
thought It out of bis province to praise or blame
"PVUAMATIO AH D POETIC READINGS,
a. K. MURDOCK,
la Aid mt the atdten Christiana Faad.
At Ur. SUNDERLAND'S ClIt'RCIf. Four-and-a-
nail, uen rvnn.vi.KMia . riiua, i , f,,
un au.ux ir .imu.
' December 3?d, at ft o'clock.
Tickets to he had at the different bookstores
and at nurds' Hotel. rrice-M cents.
ec 20 it '
Baltimore county, Md.
- Sanduiiy conhtOhlrt"!
. DirARTHIMT or Stavi,
i .. i'"ayrjapylglw1aaajt a
Tha Bteteiarv of State will hereafter receive
members of Congress on business on Saturday),
commencing with Saturday, tht'jlrit of next
month. ' ' ' "ti' ti"
WILLIAM II. BRrTARD.
bats. e4r-l-.r I ita t nfl t. huath iH tC,7i I
'it .siiljou xl
HlCat AND WOUHDXB OFFlCnU.
"" ' -,
BrjiMQa fliut.'a,OrTji, j i
, Wathlngton, Dec.lr), 1MJ.
Sick and wound! Offlccrt'of the Regular
Army In'lhls 'city Will caU'pn.Snrgeon J. K.
Barnes, U. 8. Army, for professional attend-'
ance. Offlfe No; 198 H street. ,
Sick and wonnded Officers of Volunteers In
this city will call on Surgeon if. Clymer, U. S.
Volunteers, for professional attendance. Office
The above named Snrreons art trjeclallr aa-
t ' , JOttra R. SUITB,
i- Acting Surgeon General.
. SPECIAL NOTI0ES.j
rRT. 'TltMIM If. ItOCktAM,
will, by uirinv rf rmiHiotv, prci
iiouiv oi itvprnsiiieMirrBs -
aoh In tha IUI1 of
tUf,) t rlvrn o'clock. th flrtt of icriM o(
MrmnDt on thc 4 Mediation of ChtUt, indtht In
plrtUon of Ut Setipturtf.
l3Knaytllfrr.et la Ifee knmi rktVm-
ior rvuvtouti Brrvicr wiu uc ocii
lftrabrr TO-MORROW, (SutuUy,
tvtr A tFujt for nllftou tttvlct will he hfld
UlkilDft TU-3IOHHOW. (BUIUlAtf.l
DecemUr Slit, when Mnnoa will be dellvrmi
In the Snt i
by ftr. Wllllim Henry Chnnnlnjj. SulJ-ct Le
om from the fUttle-nel4.t Hour, 11 oloek, 4i
trance bj the north and eait doori. ,t
tl-flmltliMinl-itt Ieeteirea.a-tAcourMof leo
lureewmbcKlrenhy Prof. D. Wilton, of Canada,
Monday, ure. . jiubjeci-
The Letlered fUeea.
-The Or lain of rtrUU-
-The lllitorle and
. Wedneaday, Dee.
rsldaw.taaa tsa nt.Uot.
. ainsnj, wni as.. u.Vi v.
' Monday, Dec. 33. Subject
The leeturea will eom-neeoe at 8 olock. Ad
mittance free. The pubtle are invited. 4e le,
DRAKF.'S PLANTATION DITTFRS.
They pnrify,atrng1hen, and Inrlforate.
They ereate healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effect! of Uutlpatlon and late
They atrencthen t he lyifem and enllren the mind
They prerent miaamatloandlnterBiUtentfeTMi.
They cure i)yapetla aad Constipation.
The aura Uarrhcea. Cholera, and Cholera Mor-
They cure Xirer Complaint and Nerroua Head
ache. , - , . -t
Tliey are tne beat jntiara in the worw. They
ake the weak man it roof, and are e&haueted
nature'a treat reitorer. They are made of pure
make the weak man it roof, and are e&haueti
nature's treat reitorer. Titer are made of du
St. Croix Hum, the celebrated Callaaya Hark, rooti
and harbe, and are taken with the pleaiureof n
DCVrruUa vTlutoui rcmsni gi ur iiht ui iuts
Particularly reeommended to delicate pertena re
aulrlng nteallettlmulant. Sold by all firoceri,
DruffUta, JloUla, and Sloon. F. H DBAKK
HAHD'S MNKU 50T1CF.TO COIVtlQNtES
'The iteamer K. CHAMSCRLIlf, Caputn
Brauthton, from Philadelphia, haa arrived.,
rtelght ready for delivery.
n us . ut lasuai, A(rni,
beverace, without reg anl to ate or time of day,
CQ rSm Broadway, New York,
, - I" ' ' ' "tVBl
j'tiT'Tate Oret PemauylvavMU. Re)te,-T.The
Sulokaet and eaiest route to the Morthweat and
outhweet. Twothronchtralai dally, and one on
Sunday. Soldier lie keta at Government rate to
.OI tha nrtadDal DolaU lm the North 'and Wit
exr ucaeia ana rurtnrr iiiiormiion tppir mt o
(.ill im uraraj trvasauij iiauia Bwuty- atvttucitaaa
eorner PeauylvanU avenne and sixtn at ret t, un
oer naiiooJii iwmi unvv vpvn iron aw in. o m
aufS ly . Aent.
d) aaa- i ! -aaanaaBBTtWsaa-aaaa.-
KBBaseltU Mot lee ,. On and after Tueedajr,
April l, loan, the tralni on the Baltimore aod Ohio
nallroad wllleommenoe runnlnf dally, (Sunday
OtptllOea li d V
Train for allptu of the Weat via Wheellnf or
exaented..ilenvlntthle Station at 7
eonneetlat atnWaahtngion J unction
Georgetown, V. C.
rriiE coxFcsnairs asd
Pitbllahedfor .hescvcriT and aa a waralaf and
A CAtTTION TO YOUNG NFlt",r
tn anch n com plicated question, lie clalraa to who aulTer from Spf rmatorrhoa. Nervous Debility,
be n raucn letter inena toKiortuern Americana
than thoae lio encourage them to peraevere In
a hopelcai and destructive enterprise..
Tbe French novernment haa concluded con
tract! for the anpply of the array in Mexico for
two ycari. A prolonged occupation U thua
The cotton famine and tllstrcaa In France wai
Incrcaalntf. The Greek queetlou remain nn
The Daily .Win repllcfl to the T.mt on the
horror, of Prealdent Lincoln! emancipation
ichemefl. and quolea evidence to -how that the
predicted horrors are purely linaiclnary. ant.
that alarea ni make a better uq of freedom.
The text of the Queen of Spain, In her fpeerh
on opening court, li received, promising pre
sent communication respecting grave events
on the coast of Cuba. She said that she felt
confident that those evenu would not change
Premature Deeav. ate., aunolvlnr. at the same
time, THE MEANS OK SfcLPCUUlC. By one who
nai curea lumieii.niier uetiigpu, io KTcaKexpenae
and Injury throucli medical humbug and quackery
By encloalDg a poet paid addrfiitd envelope,
slBsHf copies may be had: of the autnot.
tiAiniiiir WAirAiih ivwt.
noras-dsmlf Bedford; Klofi Co ,N.Y.
T P ll'o I T T "
a i v t it aTttviVT
ituU "- ..,
nuth of PenusyWantn Areune
Throufh tickets sold and banafc
FOB. CHRtSTMAS .
rttare Suites. Wardrobes,
rum iTTaviiur aWirvtMia,
1pTsi tidim. HuaneTie i
acaae end wnoeeat cl
WkftttMit. ahifa TkklaM).
Cane seat and back Am and Kane
renoy una, jap
Huik and Huifc
usnallr found In a MttestUlakawat.
aale poslttr'e. ONTZ a OlurrlTH,
det It ' nTAuttn atari.
TO j, c. MeeuilUa Ou aasttotatts,
tav4 riano Forte, Kxeclient FnfBUuai aaAjHisiar
tiald eotett at rnMIe sale on MOITOAT KOSX
IKO, Dmaner as, eaasaeaolaf Jat is iloekjal
Ma.a Notta A arresi. b.l p ssa. Jatasraea cveaue
aad rtrat street east, (onoalt lb lUsairattlor
.ftife2??H?fc:u.ii.llK!j-i.- -l-.l i...
MllMTIOT IHN.VQM P. 1 1 U IICIHT. UPM MCU.I
it 'naaa,byieteiCTaatiii -"'- -ji
nana Otvsr aad atooli waasantviit i i i
Waluut aad MatearHalr trtat-seal.Senu,
Roeaert aa4 f arlar Chatrt nt. . -, r ,
MarW-ton Sob aad Centre Tablet , , ,
I out Praaft Mirrors, Daaaak Curtains ' ' '
VfiiUu Blliula.urtaafnJlhaiSaa illui 1
Louaars, Caaa and Wood-seat Chatra- s jrre-E. i
GUI Oaa Chandeliers aad nature, -w m M
rxeeuent nruistls, Tnres-jiir aaajUgraiftcar
Mat?LaflC'Moth,8l'alr'Carneta'Ui r'i ' I
Mahecaar Card aad raacjr TabMa i. ni-l
MahotaavHat Tree. HaU Chain -, c v -Holmea'aTherapeutls
VValaut ratemloa Table, sideboard , , ,
Quaatttv ef China, Glass, and Crocker' ' '
- BatstuAs, Bureaus. Waahstaada ' ' ' '
Wardrobes, Toilet stt.:clo4k. It J-
Superior reather Beds, Bolsters, tad miowa 1
Hair aad )iask Nattreaaet .. . r . -
BUnkeU, Comforts and SpretdtU "
Cooklor,' Radiator and other Stores f
Together prita a (enetal 1 upHratt of jcttahtn
Raoulsltes. t, lit
Terns cash. .T , .im. .. ...
r. s. Tha hoiist it for rent! . tnautre ar tha Ate.
floaters. ''' '" 'JA,C,McOlT,-'-
idsia-o ui u isrtrj ihi Auittttosrs.'
BV.UIV.KEN WIM.IAMB, laaatta
Valuabls: s4Ua1ik or orounu roa
sale oa H street aorth, between Seveath aad Elshth
streets east, coautnlnj about M.0M square fast ot
RTimaiL Br vtrtu o( a deed of trust to the tub.
orlbtrs, dated sath daT of Jaljr, lata, am) neaitteJ
amaaata. laadrpeorda of tha ettfamLcouatrof
Washlaatoa, u li, la Uher 1. A.a- no. set, saues
I, M aad Si, r. will sell at publU auctlpo, on
TtlFtDAV, the Itth dajrof Orenrdter. last, osl the
preataaa, all of touare number eight hundred and
nlaetj (SPJ), at SK o'clock la tbe aftteattnJJ 1
r HrWIW WmUBg.JHraiBBMHWllllBIIIH.
In three eouat parments In S, IS and IS saonths, with
Interest from the dsr ot sale tne aenrrea psr
nents 10 be secured by notes, sstlsfastory to the
tnutees, aad a Ilea br det of trust on the premises
risk and expease of ths defsulllna; purchaser, at
II the terms be not compiled with tn tire davs from
the dsy of sale, tbe propertr wilt be re-sold at the
three dar.' niitlc. Said snuare Is on one of Ihe
treat thoroushfares leadleK Into the ell)-. It Is
paved on one side aad Is about th. proper grade.
, GRKMrl k WILUAM4
ilee t-eojl Js HUt) Auctioneers.
1 e ... -
tl The nbove Sale la paslpoaea aalh
TUT'SUA V, the 3M Instant, at t o'clock p. m.
Br order ot the trustees r ' r 1
I GRTEN k WILLIAM;' I
dee !7-sihi - (star Auctlilawrs.l
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1 1 jn.si TrsasDortaiion a. a u. h. h,
ap l-dtf .
ofthli work are for tale attheotneeofth. rtattonal
Republican. Pamphlet edition, 9S cents. Bound
' 1 M '
ttBaUhel.ra Hair Dr.-Tks Beat la
th. W.rld. WMUm A. Batcbelor's celebrated
HalrJ)ve produces a color aot to be distinguished
from aaturet warraated not to Injure Hair ta th
leastiremedlesthe UWffecte ofbaddves, and Invig
orates the Hair far Ufa. GRKY, RED, or RUSTY
HAIR Instantly turns a svisadid mack or Brown,
leaving the hair soft and beautiful. Sold bjr all
EtThegenuInt Is signed WM. A. BATCHTLOR,
on in. iur star, ai v.cn vox.
factory, No. St Barclay street, (Lata 3SS Broad-
id it Bona,) new vora. my n ty
)ItOPOA.I. VOn PHESII BEEF.
December 10, 1063
iu. i-ciicu.iciiiuu. .itwuuiciMiuom v. KLai ior rresn Aieti,''wiii DerrcririKi at inn Arsenal,
maintained with tbe United Slates.
llXNUS (IF llOk. POMTl'S Baxtih, M, t,
We regret to learn that IIon.Tortiis Barter,
member of Cougresi from third district or Ver
mont, It trrlQuslj 111 at hit lodglngi In this cltr.
Mr. FOMEROr ralle.1 iid Die resolution oro.
vldlnE alolnt committer onthe President's mes.
tone relative to compensated emancipation.
Mr. BUMNFR thought tliey should not or
ganlze any more commltleesi they had now a
committee In tho Henate to whom all eonslltu.
tlonsl questions were referred.
The resolution waa positioned...
Mr. LANE, (Kansas,) Introduced a kill to
CliradO. The population of Chicago, ae. promote the eouatrucllon of railroads aud tele-
).Ane 1. iq-osfl ronnlatlnniniiiitn i no oo Mr,'JfOWKI.L ealled up the resolution n.
troller, It 117,030, lopnlal onlulMO.logao,, f (h gecrelarj of War whether anr
iite.lnwreArt,ST;7, jaatJiliMliftit propo4 io clllzini arrested.
FltOM N'A All VIL.I.E.
A Bailie In Progres. between Dodge and
Mov ementa of the Rebels.
Gen, Van Doru.ullh 30,000 Men, Is Join
Niw Yosk, Dec. 19, A upeclal Nashville
dispatch, dateil December lltli, slstes that Gen.
Dodge, with hla eavalry, had been lighting
Forrest all day. In Ihe vlrlulty of Corinth. For
rest had four thousand, and Dodge twcntr-Ore
hundred cavalry, The latter lias five pleres of
Morgan Is reported moving to rut olT tho
Lnnlsvlllo and Nashville railroad,
It Is reported that Van Dora, with 20,000
had numerous friends In whatever position he joJjfjgg, ' '
occupied. I Klrby Mmltli Is reported moving touards
ills funeral waa lanrelv allrniled nn Sunday I Lebanon Io "import Slornn.
st, and the remains Interred at Ihe Congtes. The whole force or the rebels In Tinucssee ,
' . . . . o -..l.rtain.l a atirantu il.nsiaaiiil
They IiaJ twenty-flvc thousand nt MnrfreM-
Death of au Iudlaun EUllor.
We regret lo notice the death of one of the
editorial fraternity. Solomon Alter, Esq., of
Bhelbyrille. Indiana. Mr. Alter, at tbe time ot
his death, which occurred on the 12th Instant,
waa an examiner In the Pension Office, where
he had held a clerkship for over a year. Pre
vious to coining to Washington, he v, us the
editor of the Shelby Banatr, a llepuMIcun Jour
nal at Sbclbyvllle. He waa n gentleman who
I until io a. ra of the 90th loitant, for the supply ol
FrcthBeef, for twelve months from the lit Janus
the Beef to be of goed and wholeiome quality,
(necka and ihanka exclude),) lo surt. quantities as
may from time to time be required, not exceeding
five tlmee In each week, on auchdari ai ahull lie
designated by the Actlur Militant Com miliary of
8ubtlstence.r Ihe B tno be delivered at theAri
The eootrast will be awarded (subjest to the ap
protalof tbe Coumliiary General) to the to weat
reipooilble bidder, who will be required to enter
into a bond with one aolrent surety, ra the turn ol
aaoo for the due performance of the contract
T. C, BRADFORD,
dec 13-dtd First Lieut. Urdaanee, A, A. C. S.
A CENTLF.MAN AND HIS W I FT .W lib a fur
ji nlehed room for the eeaaou, without board or
futl, on moderate terms. Address "Caah," Repub
ucan unci. ei 9i-
AiEXANiiaiA, Va , Uee. 13, 1B&3.
WANTED I VaHTKDt-ltNa.xpeiienced
CARPtNTKM for the Quartermaater'a De
tirtmeut at Alexandria, Mrflnla. Applleatlane
be made to lr. i, DouKbertr, Superintendent, at
wis aepoi. - itMiuusuivi
dee is lm Captain A. Q. M , V. I. Army.
WAT.TED Five Humlred rood, sober, and
expertenced TFAMSTFRS, fur the Quarter
mailer's Department In this city.
Apply to C. iU Snow. Central superintendent, at
thlaoit.ee, " J.J DANA, i
de 11 I m Cart, and A, Q M , V, 9 Army.
WANTED Ladles and ftntlemen to consult
La olilne, a deicendaut of Astrolofltt to
nnpoieon nil ureal, dd rii Ruiiriaiiuvtiivi
Eleventh atreet. Dlieases examined and cured ta
nfewslttlnci. , decs
Muliojjany. Walnut, and Imitation Wirdrobei
slonal cemelerj, under the direction of 11. B.
French Lode, of this city.
At a meeting of It. It. French Lodge, No, 13,
F. A. A. Ms. held at their hall, Dec. 14, 186?,
the followtnfs preamble and re-olutlons were
heram. It hai iilemed our Supreme Grnd
Maiter tn re ma re (rout our mldt our worth)
brother, Solomon Allen
HrMtrd, That we have learned with feellogi of
profound Morrow of the untlmeh deceaie of UriMher
Solomon Alter, f Iudlaua,aclcrk Inthe Wniloo
orrtce, Inthlt citj,
HfuJpftlt 1 hnt n e extend our heartfelt sympathy
1nihebereatedft.mil) of tbt decent,!, anduioura
with Ihem thelftiiof an honeit man, ahvayi kind.
In cere and court eons to all, a worthy maaon and
an exemplary Christian
Brtolcrd, That ue will attend his funeral la a
body i and that a cony of the.e resolutions, signed
t) the Matter and secretary, ttranimmd1otht
Id mil) oi ine urtrnrti
David J. Praams, Master.
Joshua T. Tavlor, Secretary.
Hbb a woman In another column picking
Bambucl Orspes. for Bpecra Wine. Jt Is aa
admirable article, used In hospitals, and by tha
first families Id Paris. London and New York,
In preference to old Port Wine, It tl worth a
trial, nt it gWfirM, MtU faction, tf
Yesterday the rebel outpost was about eleven
miles from .Nashville.
Roscrrans 1ms dismissed a Urge number of
officers for drunkenness and disobedience of
"" FIIOM DANKN' KXPKUITIO.V.
The Nleamrr M. Ha it font Ashore,
New Yok, Dec, 10. The steamer Black
Etone reports that the steamer M, 8s d ford, 1th
b00 Irooim of Banks' cxpnllllon, went ashore
two miles snnth of Cary's Foot Iteef. The
bark Oemsbok took off most of the troops and
cargo. Tho steamer UUekMon also took on
board S00 of the troops, and towed tbe Ciems
bok to Key West.
FROM NORTH TAHOMNA.
aesternl Poster Tnkea IfJustou,
I., AVAI.f. ft CO.
Are now receivlnfton commission from the
A ER LARGF AND FXTFNMVF
F tr II N I T II H K,
ut. and Imlti
Walnut, Mahof any, Marble-top, aod Flaln Bu
Sofas, Tete-s-tets, Arm, Fasy, and Parlor Chairs
Jenny Had. trench, Cottage, Plain, and other
Parlor, Cane, and Wood-scat Chairs and Rock
flair and Shuck Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows
Comforts, Blankets .
Book Cases, Writing Desks, and Tables
Card Tables, Centre Tables
Cot tare Rett lareevarlety,
Marble-top Tables, Children's Chairs
Mahogany and Walnut sideboards
Whatnots, Mageret, Hat Racks
Marbl Mop and Plain ashstaods
Ingrain. Three-ply. and other Carpets, Oilcloth
With a large variety or Goods In (he Furnishing
line, alt of which must be sold to close out the
stotk, and offers Inducements to parties buylor, as
the Goods are of good qualltr. Call at thelrlarge
and spacious tsleirooois, in Ike resr of their auc
tion rooms. '
W. L. WALL fc CO ,
de IS 3w South ear. Pa, ar. and eth st.
WANTED At the New York Kfnployment
Agency Office, No. 611 Ninth street, near
Fennsj h anla at enue, TWFNT - -FI VE (20) Whlt
aad Colored GIRLS, with good references, as Cooks,
Chambermaids, Laundresses, Waitresses, Nurses,
and Seamstresses Also, young Colored Men. to
wait on taints in Private Kamuies or not us. Also
wanted, bouses Immediately, with or without fur
nlture, Fmployerslnwantofgood help, will And
It to their advantage to call,
WAN TEDFor a gentleman and hla wife, a
Double Parlor, with tlrst-class furniture and
board. Price not so much a consider at ion es e nict
The best city reference given and required. Ad
dresa "Banker," at the City Post office.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
ROOMS TO LET Four Furnished Rooms, with
or without Board, within five minutes' walk
of Pennsylvania avenue. Inquire at No 407
Maryland avenue, os so tf
OAK II A 1. 1. CLUTIIIKQ HOOM,
No 4(1, ssventh street, Ulaw r.
Th. .ill sarlber lakes .rest Dl.asut. in .Dnaim
lag to his old ftlsnda and customers, that a. hss
uutHN afir nuif ii 4.w ..lpvt.uiii firr.i, nr.r
F, whi: eh. has a floe, selected stoslc of Ctolhlog
la rJ.atad Bors' wesr, which thev hsia Just r
eel red from th. North, aad oilers then for sal. at
th. lowest Nortbera prices.
J. BRUCE k CO.
sep It tat Clothiers, ut ssrsoth street.
VAsBnv.a UlHinn. Tlu. HO fl.n.f.l Va..
fr. fnrfei h.r. t.L.n lfln.tnn. Knrlh (?rn. I
- -... ... k...jj i. ... ..a ifiyiaUTLKHS-ALlGiiTDRArrrnpr-rRrri
.l.vDr0l.rtlllrrr V ' , A COON t-lt,M to... apart!,, for aal. oe.h
TKTnfcK I?,' or UBOlr ?onB.v, .0 )'. , WTJr,7MTco.:,?rour.
Hull .yiii-..i v, .t.ti,i j vf-fvii'f ,f !,,.,". ,., M. f- fi-
(North side,) tstweca Twellth aad Thirteenth its (
3S8 PENNSYLVANIA JIT.Mi',
Under th. National Hotel,
Offer to the public (or the
their richly assortvl stock or
GOLD BfECTACLEa tni ETK-0LABBE8,
with genuine arsslltan Prbhle or Perlsooplc Cases,
oorreitly suited for every sight.
MICROSCOPES, OPERA OJ.ABSES,
. . MIUTAJi T FIELD, OL4SSXS,
rttOTOOKAtlllC aibvms, c-isrti DC VISITS,
MasloWlllptllt.'; -' ' Ullll
.(- j ftUm Anc ntrv.IUaVa, (T
: areata rtr.,'. .. -
OTrottTX odd rxixoTfi' haix."
' "WABniNOTON, D. 0. t
constaatly a band,a larg. and varlal iassort-
Military tmt Ctttn, SADDLES, rt D-:
-4 , '- . BREAST 'COLLARS.' v
iJW.T SADDLE CLVtHS'
ui ' 'SUABItAOOES,
VaUnt Pe rd and Water Buckets. a 7
Bpnrt," -t' - -1 en- -
-" Offlcors Ilavsrsacka, iawv "
OOrart' Flat Bvrord Belts,
Field aiats Cues,
T B II N'K'B i
SOLE LEATHER, '
TBATELISO BAOS, '
Aa f tnassaif artitMTttintrsi atatnali a1ff. nit nara. M
sarily have all klndsor Trunk MaterlaY,lam better
prepared to repair Trunks, fee , thoroosbly and
promptly, han any other sstabllshment la the slty
JASIJCS S ,TpP(tAM.
rttvt 11 lml ' ' .
WIIETIE, Oil WllEnKIl ITt MTho 11
ther. amoBg rou that Is not la want ot
something In th. wsr or nothing, Famishing
aoodi, Hats, Caps! And the l-eit pit), to get them
Is at tha most popular Clothing House ol ! 11.
SMITH fc CO , No. 400 Seventh etraei, whert you
esn find the greatest variety of Clothing and Furn-
Ishlng Cooda for Men and Boys' wear. W. can
safely say, ha our stock or aothlng cela any
thing la this msrket, and our rsputatloa tor selllag
OooJ Ooods Cheap Is true) but th. old msxlm, that
" a nimble sixpence Is better than a slow shilling,'
Is th. prlnclplsjthst hts bull up our Immense
Our present stock of Clothing we oBM at very low
prices, and me ars all th. time receiving new goods
from our manufacturing establishment, No. 40
West Baltimore street.
Do not fall to cell at I. II. SMITH fc CO-J , No.
400 Seventh street, where you tan by Clothing at
J. H. SMITH fc CO ,
No. 480 Seventh street,
. and corner Twentieth strset and Pa. avenue. .
nov 81 dtjanl '
"YFFICrRS' AND SOLDIERS' O00DB.
Fl'tmON fc S0OFIKLD,
Mnit, Km York, anj lot tfrrcf, afar H'UgrJi'.
Full assortment ot Mtlltsry and Fancy doo-ls,
Cherons, Flsrs. Gloves. Stationery, and genuine
Snerm Army oil, Una Polish, fco. Full slock of
Fireworks. Sole agents for Ihe ColorMe.
SQ3 E street, Juncture Pcnnsyh anla aveniie.
nov S7 lm
tOMF ONE, COME ALL?TO L. A. BFALLa. CO ,
J to get your Clothlog, Furnishing Goods, Trunks,
Hats, and Caps,
No. 1 Seventh street.
st 28-lra betwsentl fc K.
OW IS THE TIME TO BUT TOUR CLOTH-
L. A. BEAU, fc CO,
No, Mt Seventh street,
I.A VKRVBODV' pltnstloa Is callM ta oar
J Bew stock of Clothing for Men and Boys' use,
which w. hav. Just received, and odar tor sal. ai
vary low prises, at No. tat seventh mat, nssr F.
' r '- .. J.BRUOEfctfo,
Proprltldll or Oak Hall Clothing Room, J
stpss-lm . ' '