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laur.ramKtantbUborlnccaMiUy.
and.irneed'DeJo'rlak mt life, IB defence or
the Boiith and her right. Bnt I catanot Operate
wlthont a lirtlt tooney." "And to lct'thll known
u nien who '(ah Ipatf.tla "notdfal", her,
wdnld be'not onlrl6 damaire. bnt toaittullr
torn Into ridicule, our cattle. 8d I implore Of
ion to aia me ana my menae in tnia matter.
on can,' to begld Vlth, get ted of roar (Meada
to tdnicrloe tl&eacb: Thla will enabU m to
get out another handbill) calling upod tha peo
ple to aroulfi ihdwlDg Uit th crt of "Jen;
furdna" the lTfl ll deepotlc) that ooVdlmn to
thalawafirdthe part or Repnhlleaatam Vottld
rettora paw, harminy, 4-t.Jf woull'alto
enable m, to. hire a hall,' and hold, another
Meeting: la'tha'aoper1 part" of tha AKKfrota
which we coau aojonm to some fnture tight
4
thi
, the cooper, inaiitate. ia tnuway,we can
1 tha elu In a Baffle, and bnt a haU In mnilon
that will foteTer'fOnitrite '.the, policy of, the
CoerdonllU. Xren- whit. It .fiaTO alreidr
aoneand ir to adrlce Was taken" It Woald
hare been' done befhre hHtdrned thancalea
iKK thalWWmVotdfi'aK
point me In'thle.taaiter. .TonndraadiMenda '
aa BaifatlalixiAt ttla atmaiTI rrtnntit In rrtJrona
ahd dOcoVar that U win bear plentiful fruit oh
Ink'UdaolIcommluiakrii.
error whan ahe.ralaedithtl palmetto flag to the
aclnaIoa2r.tha.BUri and Strrnea.. And aha
errad, too, wheri lha flradoA the' latter JToraJ
Matlohal nil and declare to the world that It
U tot th Ihreirlty of tha fOrtaar and the honor
otttolaUrrfttat! thty an fbonifwlth anna la
hi'iBTdolng
id sol whenai
ww sauna.
otng Ihli. they will dl ride the
:tr;nd aacceed. with tenfold
IfortHagali
.Whenerer'theT aelze a fort or
iirieC the did flea- still float from lta aninV
.. ta .. . ,i .... .t-J u.Tr
nuiTnW "v FllN " um5 tuna, c,
wer.jrtc,ted for the defence of, the States In
wUctJhcy stand, aid tliat upon the clUcens of
these Siates, whose, fnterWts and llrea an Im
pSniJJ, ahoUfl. defolTnthe poitof Jioaor In,
the ftow ftf f)ngen and that It la to saro .the
honor of , the lag, and secure the right of the
people, from tha treasonable assertions ofAbo.
npnlsm, poslessloa hare been taken of f ede-.
, iet the pouth be discreet and? she' hasfioth-'
Ulg .so ier, " jv w TjuK vus uirooga sne
land, boweTfr, that ah aska her constitutional
right, pnUr-ecnrlUrla Mt possession ofprpp.
e,watinriaclrlghtaln aU&therreapecta.
Kmttmt aUlat, ill camiflna!enw'9r f wssass.
I write In haste, and wlthont coherence, or I
bellere, correctness. "I hate. Inside or twenty
mlnntes, tomeef an organisation which I wish
yonconld
Id aeej II wqnldDellght you,
t remain smecrvij ymus, sv,
iiiuoa autiaitsuoiiT'tJiY.UACiUaax..
ttMmVf T.1
Joupk C. O, JDhmo t Jacob TKamptm.
t.ti i :naanuiTO!ii Apniv, HBOij
III sua Mb. Toomaxmi As it la eiteoitl
daUrdaaalrr at honiN Hhare ror written to
Mr..Tkorponl made by my sslfeaad daigbJ
tar, and as my owa feeling prompt me to drop
yon aline, t bate determined to asold further
X queanoaiBg ui cuuik iayeu Kainiy own
eOnscleaee by wrlttag.l I Continue ito hold lay
position notwithstanding aawepaper statement
to th contrary. iT hara not yet spoken to Ike
new Fret bat Mr, Bmlth haa , assured ma that
unless interfered '.with by a hither Dower thari
h I will remsln undUturbed j I ham taken no
atone toitbrtirr myseir determined that irrs.
moTed.th record will not show that I bare
mad erTorts to b retained. n mw
Mrs. Kennedy often talks of you and1 seems
to tak real pteasnr whenerer: a word ll'eald
of, the1 last admln'n"ln fhhr presence to titsII
benolf of theiopportunltyi to -lay 'something
fsTOrsbletoyouilnfactisUe feels llrelygrsti.
snao lor yonr unaneas w ner nnsnaou anu will
&rr cherish any other sentiment. ' iThe forc
In this offlts remains almost" precliely aa yon
left her. About 13 m laiiarobeenremoTcd
for hot being efficient bat the character of th
clerk generally protects them from complaints
and Mr; Bmlth doe not Seem disposed to make
Injudicious 'Changes;.! In"proportlon to iour
number we hate experienced less change than
any other. Bureau,!,! iope-itjnsylhm con
tinue, until we are compelled from necessity to
reduce the force. Four reuwna of the census
C from La and S from Tuas HI probably
neier be reed In the present condition of affairs.
They will not ranch longer ibd waltdd fir add
the proclamatlon.of Meiabera or th II It will
ba made regardlrst of tholr abieuce. They
would not la any way! affect th result In any
1Btete.iiu '""-J 4i1iii 4!"i
I know nothing or thTtw of theadm'nra
gardlng tha all absorbing mstter of the condition
or the conntry, I bellere It Is Intended to send a
merchant f easel to Chstri Harbor with provisions
for Vt Bumpier. Should she ba repelled I do
noVknow what la tha Intention or th powers
that be. ' I bellere the1 armament at a e I a rkkt.
tiaed to Texas a portion perhapi Ibr Ft Plig.
ana. Qod grant we mar aoon ba nulled In the
ancient bonds of amity aad be snsrsd th earn.
g of civil wr. ' i.ntijit ii
My family all desire to be aOscttonstelT rs
fnsmbered to yon end to Mrt.Thotnpiou.
"With andlmlnlshed esteem v
Ever falthlhlly
Vour friend and ob asm
Joi. 0. G. Kixxmr.
lion. J.-Tbommok. "''-
TaaJUa Pamo Qaowixa Miipi. iitbe
-city of Boston the price of rags Is goug dawn.
On ITedneedsy It fell two cents, and grtater
declines r threatened.. .The amount of paper
tock which the present high prices have
brought forward 1 Immense. Ola psper'has
fallen to four cents a pound, and on person In
Boston, whd had bees having varjvargely, bai
JtVWWV ntMsr W sHJIUI
tWFPj4 IWCUalnj, hiy II
w'i'IK yyj
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!nri
(oil
i rwnl ..rtitfttau
i iwiv arm
,l TVY. '
'kwV.Vtfir
-nfmi'riUTf'ArttaB &n
fay. t: Ki pjni TbfBotioriftnittJtt
"nMUibMiiVBk
'ifeli-hU
ItblM famllj of tha Umentei
Ttuit:
,na bmmiv mvi
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lOIU. !
ned on 1
n-von
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Wi
?T?tinfH!'
Hfiria
DT.
BD. .DM1
to hr utlVt UniJ. I
vaoakbuot.. H htabiatTii
lth her. And how Arthur 1
tmli
MflUrftM
kill! In btttlo. la tTerylMWftWrtrrlTlnl1
toenbera of th family Teaetrad th
PHuaufi
or teleftapfcJ'J'' i J.oaa h( namov ilil
, ThaJWrnalalaoHyail vt .'9ai 'Wtu
ffWfktapefttlttadlopahllahilka.fcBowttal
jT . . "r. -i MaT4l itOl) (i .ijr-.Ttf (I
' 'fcoiooioraiVTfifiliU61tarrTa: ' '"f
AAaWVTIla) aaTrHln (
iu i UxUoqtBOiTOli, DtCiWIBeflu-
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7 i.i 'loiimUlueairMf menio7uiWTi,-
ai.Tntt'.Y.Ii.Ia 11. 4.lttnk fn Ills timl unthtiaiAm.
thtdetthof'Toor brother; thsWrl 'Arthur B.
roller, chtpUIs.of thtRlzletnUiHauKhsMtti
regiment, while S(htlng la the ranks of the
Nineteenth Mweachnieut u a Toluteer.la the
hettie or rreaenowBorf . -' n t
t ."Ml lour hd Intimate; acqualaUnCe with
lira and elf your family, render thli Instance of
bravery ana or amiction one oi nnnaoai in-
tereet,MUreiaiyJU!Pfnnaerthr , .,
fi UJl conduct waa worthy bla But aad hie
blood. It will be forever remembered, Nor
waa It too soon for a good man to ois, raiucg,
aa he did, la splendid devotion to sublime
Jde of daty, advmtnrlng hi lift beyond th
leccasltle or his position or the occasion of hi
.m,.'lmt HAt havnnri ttiitlAletatM nf alk srdmt
nature, nr,(4n,nvy-Jddgmt, hejoad bt
highest and beet Idea or the example and; de
corum of the occasion.-
'"llowmanr friend at bom how many
soldiers In tha Held will feel kindled, consoled
and encouraged by this exceptional and more
conlplcuou set or uuittitih' and spontaneous
patriotism I .,-;,,., , . , , ,, ,
"If I can h of any aid or aerjtca td the
family of Arthur, I beg you to apprtM m.
"I sm, fslthfully, your Wend and servant,
'Jnn. A. Avnnzw."
Th Boston TrmlUt say I ',,' ";
"Mr. Fuller had his own Ideal of tht'intla
of a chaplain Inthlawar. II had prtvlonaly
been a'peaco man, i ana ne nerrr reunqnianea
bla lor Of peace. Bnt he felt,' ualew all gov
ernment 1 to be at the mercy.of traitors, fore
must b lawful tor lta defence against thla wick
ed and unprovoked rebellion aay, mar than
lawful, an lmneratlva duty. It waa from this
conviction that he accepted th viae of chap
lain, faellng an Important part of hi daty to be;
ka stimnlata th men to a brere and noble bear
jug as Christian soldiers In the Held.' lie thought
pointing th wy It dot not gp Its sit, , II often
aald he would not urge th men, or rather 'hi
boys,' as he styled them, to ro whsre h would
not go himself.' :Ii' wss on this principle thst
he vrant forward with hi regiment, deployed la
th fail aa skirmishers, lsst summer, before
HierimAbii-. . . ,
"Ma wan annVrlna' under a violent attack of
neaoaens, out auine Ul Ilia lucu. iw, ymmmw
his tentremarked they wished they had a head-
acne, tnia oneTminea mm so go lorwara. sie
narrowly wcapad two ballet which struck
trees very near him. he belnar made a mark for
the enemy's sharpshooters.- This occurrtnc
5 ST Him a siroog UUIU uyvu huv vutuicrp, wwi
ellghted to bear the admonition of one who
aid pot nincn irom me aangcra ne enconragea
them to encounter.". , i
i ii
. Mau'coHTZiTXi) Bain William J.Cutlrm.
of th second dlstrlet of Minnesota, hss served
notice on Ignatius Donnelly, member elect of
Congress, that ba shall contest hi sesti th sol
diers'Toto mating,1 ha allege, the majority of
Mr. Donnelly.,,;, .,
Tea Btxihu Toauxs. The statement that
the ataamei Thames la not named la th Amer
ican Lloyd's Hit Is incorrect. The vessel's name
la In theIat, and aha la nearly new.
Kkw'Hlvntnnx CosaniMioxii." Koiiixs
no. Prof. JameeW. Fauenon haa, been
nominated to Congress by the Republicans 1 of
the third district of New Hampshire. The sue
cessfnl candidate Is on of the fscnlty of Drt
mouth College.
EniToauL Caixoa. It le reported that Mr.
n. II. Van Dyck, formerly of the Albany Alas
ami Arviis, t,a abla writer and 'an upright poll
tlelan. has tmrchssed th Albdnv htmtna Anv
trial, an4,-Mr5)r'rllJrl'r. , '
FccAMOaU or PiKKSTLTAMii. Thi Receipt
of th Sta.tt Treaaury of PenniTlvanle, for the
laat flical Tfar, amount to $5.2.1 ,747 ajtpendl
tares for tbo same tlmo $4,o()0,S09, balance lu
the treaiurr.iyoTimbet 80th, $3,173i. a
ATOTICB TO PXtABTKBERI,
"
raoroaAUHlUbaraeelrad at the one of lha
fiureau of Oaaetruqtlpa until January loth, isos,
tor piMieriQK mm waua, critinK, ac
it
corrldora and varloua apartmenta of tha rveit aec-
tloa of the Treaaunr CxUbi ton.
Bidden muat atata the in
a tha price per yard, fade meaa
ure The whole work will require thrre coat a of
lime, aharp aand tu.lt of proper proportion a aa ahall
baapproTed,thewkolMbafleUhadla the beat
manner for painting; throughout
The Durii rcMrrta the rlrht to relect anr or all
tha bide, If motMerea-foMbe Uteraaf of the Gov
ernment todoio NqbldwlUbeconalderedunteaa
In conformity with thla adrertlaementi and la a
eompanted with proper guarantaea thai thr bidder
Will aTKVCUl tlttWTf teUUiivMite '
.i . ISAIAH ROGERS,
Englaeer la eharra Treaaurr Departmept.
deea-cotJanlff1 r r r
. i. u t l i ill i
GnAND ADVANCE! OF TUB ARMY OF
THR POTOMAC, and all the atorea are cry
tog up the ptloee of their goade but SMITH
BEALLdfOsOOt pevauth atreet. We are alia to
aell good clothing nearly aa cheap aa ever. We
hara. beanflghjl ajraet high prlcea for the leaf
year, and our atock now'la good, and we are abla o
iellattbWprtce,FWI '
SMITH la all tha time liMht market picking up
gooda at old prlcea. atfd that ti' one reaaoa we ua-
JtracH all othcri. WehaTaJhfl maanf and ability
td aell cheap, and wa wilt do It, aa our cuatomera
want Good Clothing at low prfoea, and we 'art ut
tha men to aell It to them. A call la aollclted al4ka
CIICA CIOTUISQ UQVSBqt J ' l
SMITH k BEALL,
,aothlr,
No. 301 SeTenth (treat,
noTllU.-Ql Flrat door be'low tha market
J.
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1 1 411 II 4t
LUMBER YARD,
SIXTH BTREET,
Bouth of Pennsylvania Avsnne,
dec IJ-tf
PUBLIC IfOTICE-Tha Orm JOHN VOOEL
aad ALBERT LtUTNIR hss not beea In e.
latsnee, sod I am thsrefor not respooilUs for any
trsuasetloa of tuch alleged nroi .
deSjUs 1 , AtHRT lEUTNER.
,-lOMEO
teaad1
10ME ONE, COME ALL, TO L. A. SXALlk CO.,
iyourwioiiua,igHrisiunueoos, iruaaei
Capi,
No. 4lmi;thttTMtL
1 -jiti .ti m.Ijj i i.i Tamaani jniv.irr
Jdl to -lUnnetM uvrit mllgnlttnumM ,ilt
M tiMitn-r BnrMaTH t.ihh (t noiiami
."' - "
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'9w j'ttt't' I
toW'WaaiilsMitMa' aasiaaliiuiia aaasiauiay
, , ,t,t: sill vbooT itaUini"nts n-njll ru u
TrW rotMwuv i jai Mm iiaa os ail an aos
pUaln ha nbove dtea, with thlpaatlonl,
anBeargeosiiaonargoi.ffini j - n if
l.ni.1.1. I I tmil TM In I A,Ka.M
J.O. DorTi' ia r t ti or iai f
aa4Htreeta. J.O. OorrvA - ' -" '
, . AtetaalM Southern Chartk, 8th between
adtU.'. .CPorri " '
i AtteWAmorT84aar,7rhit. P.W.BUss.
i.Iis&ilrlatalvMoarlitnadrla. J.Jt.
aaman. if .r ., .ii i iSr.. riM
jexnana, BTWloa Aiaxanana. a, a,
grJMlcCIt''' io ull.' ,XIUI I J
l.ij. SS St..latu. Sl.4a liVAi
Basraerr m hut a nlc ul nil .il i M
crvr inn ., near imi. vpis ui a. juo-
BOH.1 I Tf" -JFni Munr I
Csspsrls A at. aouth, east of Capitol. W.
IJWatr;l in imlJJ ji t '.
, ClIflTiuiM tletst-iiHerrryBryarlU. it
, Ctolrablsn UlhU.Coljfcol.i T. A. Cross.
1 Collsra naonreiown. J. Mi Brawn, r -
l 'OraaehJ-xatjBaTKlstClnircb.rjthahdEata.
liA.'wynaxiop.'i' i m k ji i i
vraaea VBiianaa'UBarcBjom ana is eta,
AWndtaoo."-' ji! i i i
Csra;n and psw. pris. Neer AltuadrU.
4 n r wyiaaatiew -Doaetsa
Cori I ttJ ahd N. J. are r.
Dnabartoh Btreet Oeomtown.i 'II. 0. W.
uarreti,' j - . vi
Xbenfort4th, aar O St. west, it W. E. TVs
tsrsv--. iai.' ii " -j.t i
Ecklngton Oalet' house, N. T. av. .' A.
Btorriwii jo ' ii ' i ' t'H
Eraorr 11 m.'eei. of'Caoltol.. Wm.'Cleu
denln;i-a v ai t .
Epiphany O, het. 13th and Hlhstl, 'Jamoa
Bryaa. "dl v a u n
Epiphany Baptist Ch'arcb, ISth bet. O tad
II. III. . Jsmee Brysn.i i- 'i - "
Fairfax' Bsmlnaryi' mile oat Alexandria.
DarldP. Smith. .Mi ' i
T. ave.,'nar Galea's larm." J.
Itarewood Tth street, Corcoran'! farm.". T.
Antlsell. rr ' . 1 1 1 m i
Island Hall Corner Virgtala avena aad oth
ltreet.ioWra, Hayca.- -" s J on
, Jnaielary SiaroJ-E street,' between 4th and
tm.'iChaa.Pare. -.- '-win.
Kalorama Dlit atrrtt, near Boundary. R.
J, Thomas. ' -' ..I
Mt; Flessant 14th street, near-Boundary.
C. A. McCall.
OddiFeowa nlf K'stnear'Nivy Tard.
T, EWaters. ( tn 1 1
Patent Offleo Oth street. "A;Thomjon.
PresbyterlanChnreh Georgetown. B.Knlck
eriiocker. '
Bylaad Chapel D street, corner 10th, Island.
vi rj. unoDara.
Ryland Chapel Oraco Church, u street, car
ner 8th.' V. B J Hubbard.
Seminary Georgetown. Landdn Wells.
0ne-14th itrert, near Boundary P, en.
nan. ' "
Bt.iElltarwth Inline Asylum, Kast'a Branch.
P. H. Nichols.
'8t.iAlovslusKtrect. between 1st aad Sd.
T. B.'.Leshelle, '
Trinity C strset, corner 3d. A. J. Baxter.
Trinity Printing offlce, corner lid street and
Indiana avenue. A. J. BaxUr.
Trinity Church Georgetown. M.F.Bowee.
UnIon Chapel 90th street, near Penneylra.
nla avenue. W. II. Butler. '
Union Hotel Corner Bridge aad Washing
ton streets, Georgetown. Geo. Wl Btlpp.
Qaartermaster's lTth street.
TAIX AND WIWTKB OOtlD.
MILITARY, 42m CITILUX.
TWAt, ITEPIIKN9 a. Ca, are koW opaninf
lhalp rail And Winter Goods, rmbrnclnff Una Draae
Ooate, Doeakla Panta, Veata. ke. A large and wall-
aawariaa biookoi on ommrj wmrvon nm st
alaa a aompleta aaaortmant of Jkualneaa fuHa. made
la tha noBi durable manner. Otneera will Ood our
Military Goode dealroua to tbelr wanta. Heavr
Woollen BtAAkeia, for emmp- uaa at reainnabl
ne
prleee. wall, TEr'iiKNSfcuo.,
Mim ruuajivlafiai !, vvtway-an
dtf Math aad TanU atreeti.
DBTECTIVB DBPARTMSniT.
i H.T00UTA FOUCE.
Urn. sis Eleven lb afreet weal,
JVir thi corner of ISnntylvanta avmwt
Th tiublla ar hrbv Informed, that all caaea
ttinulrlar the rtlCaa of a, detMtlva offlfler will ba
promptly and carefully attended to, ""
tnafyt." upoa appaieauoa oemg mva in r
lice Headquartere, No. B18 Eleventh atreetweat,
uautr uir'v(, v,
- -- -- FT T1eia.
" Superintendent or Metropolitan Police,
nor So lawSm
XJ
O A
n d.
Oak UivUlCLOTHiNo Room.
mr Jtrucv, mitawnj m Mimu nuiaiui uww
ooened new aUira nt No. 4U STenth itreet. Juat
below SmltVa, where ha haa a Una eelectron of Men
ana soya' ciotning a. reryiow pnceeine ie urai
roua of haTtnr aU nla old euatomera aall oa him. aa
they baa buy gooda at lower prteea than any other
Itoratathaftfyj fBnU 'HVkj(
. No 40t seventh atreet,near'F.
CaU and aao Mr BrUca. at No. e Bereoth atreet
near r. kf ' " !' '
Mr Bruee haa a tlao Stock of Clothing for klea
and Boye wear, at No. iU Serenth atreet, oppoalta
Mr?Brnoa U tha man to b'l ain't he Boyi la Cloth
log, at No. 44 Seventh itraet. '
Erorybody kaowa taat ttUt Bruce can aell Boya'
Clothing cheaper than any one elae. No. 444 Ser
enth atreet, oppoattf City Poet Omoe.
For Men and Borr dothtng aal on Mr. Bruce, at
Oak Hall, No. 444 Saranth-atreet, betweea F and F
r BrUH li ioi miD hi pwcvw tuu in iivfi' lywiua
at Oak Hall, No, 444 serenth. atrtct, oppoalto
J.r -J
rpilOMAB K. L,iavp,
TfOJIaVACl Qil CLAiVAiVT?,
Bounty Land a t Penaloaa, Arrears
of Pay, Extra Pay, Ac ,
WASHINGTON, D. 0
rVHl give prompt aad efficient attention to tha
frufoutloo of Cialmaof every detsrlptlon agalnat
be Gortmment, and make no charge unlet auc
ceaaruV
Both tererencea and ehargea for arrvlcei will ba
madalatlafactory.
k J3r Peaalons aecured for aoldlera wounded or Alt
eased during th ctlatlag War j alao, for the wldowa
andorphana of soldlerawho have died from Wo unde
or dtaeaaa Incurred while In tha United statea aar
rlaei alao, Bounty Money for the hetraln law ot
Midler deceaaed during the estallng war.
, Feea divided with attorney or other prreona for
warding buBlneuaf7 , , '
Tbt hlghratprlcei palddr Land Warranti
THOMAS E. LLOTD.
Attorney for Clalmaata,
Nu-4T0 seventh atreet,
Washington, D, C
H. B. TAltntt of nanera oubllahlna the above card
will b entitled to my aervlaea to tha amount ot
their chargai- T, E. L.
aee j-w .i
nkTOTtOBr-EVBEM OP GONOKtSS AND
Vi STHANQER3 VISITING WASUtNQTON
W Ul Bad It muah to their advantage and peraoaal
aomfort (If rooming outl to Uka their meale at 1
well-known and long-eatabllahed Heataurant.
Whturihr htvainArednh exDcnaa In reflttlDnt
entire catabluhnient, which ta Intended exclualrely
for a flrat'Claae Gentlemen'a Reatanraat, where may
be found all the com fort a of a private home, and on
aratp rnfwlrtai Ifrmi
Oentlemen art particularly requeeted to call be
fore making arrangemtau I.w(JAr?JTIPIl
novft eolm 9H Pea'naylvanU avenue.
XTOTICB-The ichOoner Wa, K. Lsrgelt has
1 juit arrived rrom Nswork,wlth mdts Con
.lgM..l.lpl..M.pplrtO rarKma9,
die IS-it W Water itrset, Georgetown.
TUIT RBCKtVBDOUR NEW STOCK OF
ti FaU aad Wlatar ULQTHINQ, which ws srs
ti M Jw6klrtii.
fc"-" ;,''!"m """SigsiBtt"
m dwjfewltf4kvi'nV
1H.!W
II' in 1
w I
rWJBr flnr
-Urt wttci(n iHbobibT m er i t if hi r,l
I 111 J 2
sW
fS
Til l I '
HIP II I I II. .J
tatbi-MAiM rota wammmtv
'ATi'wi iiiJioI t Mrt f-lilnlr ,rJ "
va t . r TirftI?iV,sA,,iri!!i.
TAlfeTlWrlDAa will bf riaSnd'altli
oflea trattl sattmlsri ua trtlr dsr ut Sseaaaker, at
fa ramihlitfr lha oararasssnt with
i iwT-n-
Ma)iwatrT hiMilred, Horses, i a
follow.
tnc-eaeriptlona.visi y . , , ,
j i
CAVAtRT. ,
IlM.rSTfJl
101 ! IhimiMd Ave hundred
Hocsea,fro-i
TtMn tn MSI IstaSB aaadi hlrh
between are and eight years of aiei of oara eolorsi
rulari!
will broken to th saddKt eenpaetlr ballt,
freetronaUasteet. l i -i 1 i
iiuh mm
I I
aaTiLijr.aTP!'
For ArOllerr. (I.C001 one thousand Hns, from
Attlilery
ibui arta ana oas-nau so iibi hxmsts aanii
hiss, betweea treud slant yairasf am t ark
eolorsi frea froaa all efeetal wiiirV Is ha
nessi eosseaetly bout, and to wtkjl n' Uuul
"7 PROPOIAL .' V" ''
lha full nan aad mat eatee'iddress of th bid.
fin must appear ta the proposal '
U m DM n nWl U A ! n,NHin unn
of all tk pant am appear, on tka Md wUi b
coastdsred aa tk tadlrldual proposal of the party
rropoasis rri!list4ai perflM WIS style 11111).
rres.and aa'oaraor allegianee arast eooarpsny
eaeh proposltteaiiatu 1 , j -1 t
for Cavalry or Artillery Horsee. and la ai-M
rropoeais ain ptwut uhiii wnvuier hh.ii
must
ha mniVairwerd Iwo-dtsUnes nroDoisl-oaa lor
cash teei tmpM aa and having aa ratrr
enea 10 any uincr prvrwis! 1,7 t mprir. ,
PrAnnaaia muit M addraaead ta CoL a. II. Buek.
er( Quartermaster U. a.annjr, WasMogton, p. C,
and enema am viuuj .mmi rrwww iwr
Hones '
odl OVTOUAHANTCZ.
The ability ef tha M4der o ill th eoatraat,
should It ba awarded to aisai must be guarantied by
two laaeoasiU persons, whose signature! nuat be
e signatures must!
sprsaoao to we auBrBmev.
Toe rcspoasiMii
ihAwn Itv lh nflleli
rearioultillltv or the'rnsrsafors Inust tie
shown by the omelet crrtineata of tha clerk of the
asarest DUlrtct court or si tha Veiled mate Dis.
trio Mtorory. titi - 1 fiih ., m
nddtri mutt beprwtat to nrtva when tat Mat
oppntOf or pttlr propoaafa will not b ftoniU
Bondi equal la1 aaiomit ta otHvhuW tk ana to ba
rtctlred oa tha oontraot, ilfnad bj tha contractor
aad both f nla fuarantort, wilt ba rMutrtd pC tba
upMifulWdaf upon ilfnlnfftht conlract, .
Aatka bond muat aoaoaipany tba cootraot. If will
be natoaaary lor blddtn to havo their bondimco
with than, of tiy hara bond, aifnad In antlrtpatloa
aad raady to ba produovd when tha contract U
wmvr, L" "v . :r. i
juanaa lor Woi cu na procurvu upon puiicn-
mill
tun brlax mads st this once, stther personally, by
latter, or by telegraph.
rem si
rgTapa.
rem e OusrsnlM.
.--
of lha county of-
nail Stit of '.
and at lit of . do
haratsvruari9tvthat
1. abla to filial a ootv
tract, In aaoordaoca with the term of bia propoil
turn, and tna.inouuiuj prapoiuon oa aocrriea,
ha will at once enter Into a contract la aaoorduca
lharaWith
Should the contract ba awarded him wa art pre
pared to become Me aeeurltleaii v
(To thU cuerantee nuit ba appendad the oflcUl
CrrllUOsti f WUsf BiCUViUeACU J
All florwt eontraoted for under thla adrertlaa
ment will beiubjectod to a rigid lnipectlon, and
thoer not ooaforraloriothrtpecincatloniwlll bt
reteeted.,li'
NA VatTttSWlll h MDlll Vl.
The Horeea muat ba dell . ertd In thla city, within
twenty daye from the data of the contract, anJ no
trttntton of time will be granted on any pretext
Fayment to bv made upon the completion of tha
oontract, or ao boob thereafter aa the Depot luar-
uievaeine urpoi uuir
ia.r
irrmaawr easij m iu ibihw.
Any Informality in the bid, or nonconformance
with the termaof thla adrertlaement, will lniure
in rqecuon oi inr prvpoaau
The Horaea will be awarded In lota of fv) two
hundred eah, unleaa tha Depot Quartermaatar
ahould deem U for tha lotereat of the Oorernmeot
to tary the number.
The Depot Quartermaeter reaerrei tohlmaelf the
tight to rrje any or all blda that ha may deem too
D H. ftCCltEft,
Coloncl and Depot Quartermaater.
dealft-dtn J
BMvrmrd KrereifJ IUply ta Cngllah
'' Iore
. r;
BT TQKVtCAL fPMP.
What hare wa In America 1
U e1ve wonder great ind grand)
We have the eaacnM of the earth,
Tha cream of every land.
Our mountain are magnlAaent,
Our river are lmmenae
And eeoh man ha a kingly etylr.
If not a klngi expense.
Ourahlf are known to all the worU,
The farm cannot be beat)
Our citlea, full or luxury.
Are famoua for tha neat.
We've orator and author, too,
With Intellecte of force i
We're rallroada eoattered tier) where)
And one ProfMeor Morae.
Our girl hive beauty, wit, and grace,
They're cJurmfng, eweet, and tm
But. then, the grttuUM thing we ha e
1 known a great OAK HALL,
Where the ta)l'aAd winter atock of flnt-claae cloth
ing la now ready In extra abundanoa and greatcet
variety. All tha uew-etvle 0 ercoata, Sack, Bual
naaa Coat, Peg-top Pant, Jw , elllng at prlcea ao
lovv that ercrvbody will buy and bo aatlafled
J BRUCE k CO,
(O.k Hall )
No 441, Serenth atreet near F,
not 21 dt Jaal Two doora be.ow Smith'
APPLICATION fur Daplleate Laud
Warrant a.
Application ha, log been made under the act of Md
jiina. inaju. inr in reniuar in" ijanii tTHrrniiiat
deacrlbed herein, which are alleged to he been
loat or aeerroyea, noiioe ib nereovgirrninni, m
thai slats fllowtnr thedeaLrliitlon ol each warrant.
a new oertmcateotllko tenor will be Uaued If no
valid obectlon khould then appear
no m.tw, lor i.uaorea, laaueu unuer ine nci ui
March, 1866, In the name of Arnold Harrington, and
us rrnttil Rtitmhr It. 1H51 JADllarv 1. 1833
1833
nu u,ttiur iwauin, isiun uuut ii an ui
March, 1866, In tha name, of the minor children of
No S3,441,ftr 160morea, liaued under the act of
Daniel v. Alcuune. ueceaaed. ana waa rraotea u
zx, inaa .nunt'j- 41, im
No 100S4T, fortuiacrea, laaued under the act of
roarcn ihoo, in iu name 01 adhi aiiu, anu wh
granted March 1), 18C3 J.nuary 18. mi
HI) lUIJOU, IUr IBV BCB, ISIUIM UIIUTI luIBHil
March, 1666. In the name of Rachel, widow of Geo
Harner. aud waa granted Januarv a, IAO ebruary
n 1RX3
no 0l,iuu IUr IwV iciri, liiuru uutirr imv act ui
Siarcn l, l'vio, in ine ninneoi nn vniier, hiiu wi
.-, tit ax. .hritnr a. 1UT- iVtirui 22. 1M1.
No 1,656, tor rfi acre, laaued under the act of
September, IB&o. la the name oi Jonathan juoi.enry,
and waagrantodJulyftlh, issi March l.isu.
f JOSEPH II. BARBFTT,
Cornell Hon cr.
V-EW YOHK UUBINBSS.
LAW, FINANCIAL AND COLLECTING.
nrvoiCB bill a ncsnreas rotes XEonTUTtn.
PaoTEVTEO Notes amd DcrsaatD ArrotiNTS
BovesiTANrj Collected.
ITOCKJ AND BONDS BOUGHT AND OU
EXCLU1IVELY ON COMMISSION.
aorsxNKS.VT claims jiovaar.
Bra z. house.
Counsellor st Law,
as Nasssu street. New York.
El-Tea yeara la Stats and United Ststei Courti,
Adrlce gratis. apis
1 I II Jbv RAliaENT'fi
1 AWN I NO, FLAO, AND
VXIOtf TENT F.ICT0RT,
No 036 Fenneylranla avciiue,
WASHINQTON, D. C.
HUTlFIilP AND ARXT TR.VMt
ON HiD OK 1DI TO OKDEK.
Awnlnga, Flags, Tents, Mall Bags, Horse Covert,
Sigoa, Wagon Cover, ko , made at abort notice.
mff-u
nASIP UTOVKS I
(AMI-TO rail
CAMPSTO-EIIl
We erenow manufacturlnd CAMP. COOK and
HEATINU STOVkS, which we will sell by the
doien or buttdrad as cheap a they can bt bought in
BalUmora,
minora, a,, iu it. u u vh a
nnyis
m rtiuti iti vii "? itnih
"M HtB'''H W eaavHB"
1 MMlMKuv.MMMiWfJH
MW WW"WWWIII IIMHWWBKI1 B riyifWIWHrtHlTinaiimiiBliwuanijujn mi,,,,
Si ttmmMVMR Itmm-
JillaaaV l IWL KvlLJBnH. JHvl&.JH'- I. Br HiMrHiBHniHi
rvy noj JSmwKiK s rBRv BVT u aAWalsaw afftaaawr ISKtMr aaaa taVtaV
.'.'T.D'"..1?'M', ""'I'M vMiioHIsm I'lmmll T,nih:j r -n i i
jti,m lii.I. atmi
i .duHii i u UTii.nil
- -ii- ' ii
X" Ailfiy V1-.., ' "-Ul"-Mt
PlAw'J '( "a1 ViV "'
s pWxI'sY' "' ' '-
' ujn o'V xlv "S ptv r tij& i t '
A Urf InTolem of th ftbor artlclM u now
Mini rtctlr.Nl. and for ult by
n. J. nowif,
No, , Wwhlfifion fciiLUnf, 7
Tf ath atrttt taa4 Tmm. artnu.
8UTLIR8 TAXI MOT10II
J
Teas la ipdund psekSf
Teae la f, a, I,!, IS, It sad so poind boxes.
Canned Tomatoes in t dossh hoses. ,
Caaaed Faaahs ja i doien boxaa.
neklNUIdoitakoaea.
'
OaWDro'yiapouaip'apJri; '- -" ,
OuraDrepslaSpattadboaee. II
Eslrrni In boxes and K boxes -
fppeila3ounepsprssndta'tfraaloa. ''
Cagtiih Maitard la Xpund papers aad aaae.
English Mustard a Kami I gron boxei,
rreierved Cherrleela bottles.
Fill In tV pound drums sad I pound boxes.
Lemon lyrup In bottles.
PLUO TOBACCO,
FIMCUT TOBACCO,
CIGARS.
For lale by
i D. J. BROWN,
No. t, Washington Building,
Seventh strset sad Fenn avenue,
, Waahlngtoa, ft ft
ho 6
fro THE OPPICERI OF THE ARUT.,
Xuit arrlrsd, by direct lnporUtion per stsamet
Fhlton. from Europe, a very Sua aad larre assort-
nsnt of Msrtns, Opers, Field Olsiies, aad Tele-
scopes, nnien i win sell a very little above the
eoit In Peril. Aa to tha qualities, thers are none
supsrlor to be hsd, hsrlnr been selected mirposelr
for this market. Also, a large aad wellHusorted
stock of Opera Qlassss, Microscopes 1 fold, Hirer,
and steel Spectacles and Eye Glasses, lulled ro the
itcht by the use of an Optometer. A eonsldersbls
number of eertlllcstes to be seen at my offlce, from
cenllemea who have been aolted at my establish
mant.
425 Annltyleimfa avenue, OeliMsn bwr-andUs.
half aad Siith Until.
Aly Kstabllahmeut te up atalra.
aiamt Jttlid ta mil. The trad supplied.
Oct to ty
N
ATIOltlh LOAN.
THE NEW
BIX PER CXIfT. nOXDi
of the
UNITED BTATE9,
PATABtR
TWFNTV YEARS FnOM DATE,
(Or after five year, at option of th Government )
THE COUPON BONDS,
Jn luma of
F1FTT DOLLARS, "
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
and
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
TUB REGIATBRKD BONDS,
In uma of
FIFTY DOLLARS,
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS.
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
ONE THOUSAND DOT LARS,
FIF THOUSAND DOLLARS,
and
TES THOUSAND DOLLARS,
ISTKREST COMMFNCISO AT DATE OF PUR
CHASE, And payable aemlannually
IN GOLD.
Theae Bomb are the
CHEAPEST GOVERNMENT SECURITY
now In the market,
Tha Interrat, at preaent price of coin, being equiv
alent to 8 Psa Ccnt. in currency.
FOR SALE BY
JAT COOKE tfc. CO.,
BANKFR9,
4S3 Fifteenth Hlreet.
DCAUII Iff
aorenKXENT bonds.
TKEASL'Rr AOIi.?,
CLHTtrtCA TES,
ARVY AND NAVY ravcUEHS,
C0lh CraL.Cl A!D EXCHANGE
deo 10 tt,
A UMY SUPPLIES.
Ornrc or thk Chief QvAaTcaMaiTcn,
AIMT OFTHC POTOMAr,
Waahtngton, September 90, IStO
PROPOSALS are Jntlled for furuUhlog for tha
me of the armypf tha Potomaa th following ar-
9J0OQ tona beat ouAlUy Timothy Hay, aecurely
' haled, the weight or each bale to b
marked thereon.
rooa.000 buahel of Oata. of the beat quality, In
atrooK aackt well aewrd
7.000 cord a Oak and Hickory Wood, well a
aoncd and of the beat quality.
rch bid muat be accompanied br the endorae
ment of two reaponitble peraona thai the contract
U awarded wilt be fulnlled
Blda will ba opened from time to time a the, ar
IMra may be needed, and contract! will be awarded
for the quantltle needed, ta the loweat reeponalble
bidder up to the time of opening
The right la reamed to accept all or any part ol
any bid. .
Propoaale ahould Le endorsed " Propoaala for Hay
or Oata," or " !,' aa the caae may be, and en
cloie in aeparatr cot elopea
' RUFUS 1 NO ALLS,
Lieut. Col. and A. D U , Chief quajtcrm later,
sep 24 tf
w
ATlill NOTICE.
In enniaouence of tha lowneis of the water In
ieqi
if
the General Reservoir It will be neosiiarr, u
unless
great economy of
r of water la practiced, for the iov
to abut off the supply to dtUtna en-
i.ov-
eromem aooo
1 1 roll-.
All oersona are. therefore rorbiddea to use me
hydrant a on rennayrranla avenue, or on anyatreets
or avenuea under tht cara and luntnlalonof tht
Commlaaloner of Puitllo Dulldlngv,for waterlog tht
street or patemeutt, or for any private purpoat
n nBibaivair.
Ana all peraona uaunrine waier arturgenuy ao
lletted to bt aa economical In lta use aa jtoaalble,
w. u. rjihnuii.
aep SO Commlaaloner ot Fublle pultdiaga,
NOTICE-DINNKKH, BUPPKIIS
UaU,Prlras and Publlt Parties.
The Subscriber, at the urrent reo
nest of the Clt-
liena of Waahlnfton and the rublt
t reneraiir. has
now resumed hla out-tldt family bualneaa, In the
supplying of
DINNERS. PARTIES, SVPPERSti-tEATDISUESt
Sent to any part of the City at the Shortest Notice,
and will be superintended by th suhecrlbcr In per
son
The proprietor would also beg leave to remind
hi rtrona ol thla branch, that th late Store
and Saloon haa been changed to a Oentlemen' Hea
taurant Tht aUdlee who will favor him with
their ratronart will find, on tht reeond Jloor, a
handaomelv furnished ReceDtlon Room. In which
Mr. Gautiex will bt happy to rtcvlvt their or
der. EatranctbythttrlvateDoor.
a dAUTIER,
not ft4 eolm tn Peaoaylvanja avenue.
EDWD"Uu.d.r,
No, Jit rr,. Av , Waiito, d, C,
rioki bound la srvrr itylt-Turksr. Molone,
RuiV (lu 9,1, ,IT,
U'J I 1 .ilOO.i'.'W.fl
, ridHA Wi.ittlQiii,MJitjl m
I e.if 1 ,r I- ,
J J If. 1 II. Ill I IT I,
LMl Jill J 114 I aluSJ JMO-I
ilil r nll. u r
si W &ifl i t
;;,bvQ&'MH0&'J
CIRCU IHTTUTt, alb .,
- " FO TOCKO riAtoIK,
' - Ho.ClKranT,NtaTTiCirtc, "
Ik ! Ul I
TIRMS. Mr Quarter of ten'-srtks!-Qusrter
eomtaencln, at the dste of admlsitoa I
ElemenlsryClaeseB la Ensllsh ,1 00
A4vsaeitiaasses la EafUskUteretar
and aelenee inctnded , 00
Clemeatary Claasss la Enllsh, Frtaeh, snd
, Masts -s tHO
Adraaeed Cluiei In Enxllsh, Freaeh and
Musts h ' . ' i. l eo
aaira snsrn ear apauaa, ueman, Italian, utla,
and other laagnacee. ; .
Dr. 2APPQNE will alva Laetnfea. e4 ulh.rmimm
a 1st, wheaevsr ha eaa spare time f torn his modi
profession. .
oo -' ;'.' MJlfA. ZAFFdNX, rrtnelpal. -
0AKILUXCUTttTBOHOOlE,Va.I
aerevni strset, aear r street, the Great Bases
otFasblaa, where yen caanadthe best eulaad mad
ciotaug tor Men and Boys' weir that tha market
can produce, arn) our prlcejTTor shespnees, and do-
rablllty of biH goods, dJly eompetltlor., (Out
aaUhWS4KJi,.o doors ehoTa.'soloii- noted ttt
esDlkg sl-4blaWaT,lss aaf hsaaa fcstM Hy,'aa
aprlrsW roaVeraatton, askaowledced U ba that
our Boys Clothing wss tbs bast made aadentfooda
he ever sswind. If tha dllteoe of Washlnttoa
vara nflited la tha rooda 1 hara. mr sura would
ba overrun with isdlea aad iatamea la went of
elothlaf, aad 1 only wish to hare yoa eatl aad aee
our beautiful asisrtmeats of elothlnr, and I think
that our prices andgoods will more then par you
tor celling; at tha Leading Clothing House, No.aat
scventh street, nesr F street, two doors below
Smith's.
Ersrrbody knows Smith, but, Instead of esillng
at hla place, eome la two doors below,
N. B. I have a special word to ssy to ths Ladles,
that 1 eaa pleaa then better than aver In Boya1
Clothlag,ae my etook easels anything ever had.i
1. BRUCE . CO ,
Formerly at Odeoa Hall,
norll-dttsnt Now at Oak Hall.
N
EW INVKHTION
ARTIFICIAL CLEOPLA8TIC BONE TEETH,
without metal plate or claapa, by
DR. 8. D. SIGE8MOND,
810 Broadway, New Tork) and SCO Peon avenue,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth at.,
WAIBIXQTOH. D. C.
Call the attention or tha public to the following
adrantar. e of hla lmnroved a rat em i
1st. The teeth of hla manufacture will never cor
rode nor chang color by any aclda, and are three
fourth lighter than any other.
3d No teeth nor roofa need bt extracted, a th
artificial onee can be Inserted over them.
sd The root will be made InoaTenalre and never
ta ache.
4th. No temporary tetth art heeded, a permanent
one ean bt made Immediately, thereby preserving
the natural txpraaalon of the face, which, under
the old aretem, 1 frequently cUaflgurtd.
ath. Thla work kaa beaaxullv teaitad. for over five
year, by many of th first chemists and phytlclan
of thla and the old eooatry.
Dr. S. haa alao Invented a white tndtetructlbl
metal Ailing, with which tht mott eenaltlvt teeth
eaa bt tilled without pain, and can build up a per
, feet eound tooth oa any aide roots, which will lat
inrougn a lucurae,
He refers to the followlnr aentlemsnt Dr. V. Mott i
Dr. Doremus, rrofesior or Chemlstrvt lion. A.
Mann, Jun Capt. Crabtrec, Me. Ireililent of the
Fmigratlon Company of New Yorki Hon. Judge
W eyne, of the supremo Court, or Washington, D.
C t and thousands of othsrs.
Call and examine for yourselves, nor
PROSf ECTUS
or-TBK
WEEKLY NATIONAL REFDnLIOAN.
The nndenlgnrd cotnmeneed, In the month
of December, 1900, the publication, In thla city,
or a wecMy newipapcr, called the Xallonal Jit-
pulti&tn.
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by forty-two Inches, and Is furnished at the low
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elans,tMedlnKuroptaa and Amerteaa JloiQtttal,
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up the sritem, bel&g entlrelr a pure wtae of aawel
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Gout, aad Rheuasatla slfecllons.
errnn wtitr
Is not a mliture or nanufaetnre.1 article, hut la
pure, from the Juice or th1 rDrtugal Bamrmeua.
K,p., cultivated!. New Jerser, reoomaieaiUd bv
unlets aad Fhvsictaiia as posseaitag medical pro
part lea superior to any other Wine, la asa, and eiv
rxesllent acUel. for all weak and debUUated per.
sons ana ine area ana innnn. imunu log mm p yv
tit and teseftila, ladle, aadahudrea. -, t
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Because II will not Intoxicate aa other wlaee, aa It
eontalna no mixture of spirits or other liquors, aad
Is admired forlta rich, peculiar Oavor, end nutritive
properties, Imparting a heallhr tone to the dlgrit.
Ir. orgaas, and a blooming, aolt, and heallhr skin
and complexion. ,,
WE JlErER TO,
A few well known gsntlemea and' phvsletaaf who
nave xnea u e winei
Cea WInDellSeolt.U IA.
Gov Morgfi.N V. stale.
Dr J RXhll' in, N V City.
Dr. Parker, N V. City.
Drs DsreyANlcholl.Nsw.
Dr.Wllsoa.llthlt.T
DrUard,Nswsrk,N I
Dr Doughertr,rlewsrk
U.S.
Dr MerelsreWYotk.
ara, n4.
vr rai, rDuu m.
CJ-None genuine without the signature of "AL
FRKu bfkeh, raliaie, r J,"isoTcruie vara
each bottle ' r-J
U-M AKE ONE TRIAL OF THIS WINE. ,
for eale bv Dmf stts and all nrsl-elass Daalerl.
Trade supplied In Baltimore br WX. H. BROWN
RO. . , .
A. arjLcn, nvpnnwi
VlaiTSBDFaslala, New Jerser. ',
Orrica M8 Brosdwsr. Nsw York.
J6hn la ror, rarte,
noT-lr Agent for Fraae aad Cemanr.
TTJBT TRY OVR HEW BTOCK OF
Clothlnc from the People's Clothln store, No
40 Seveaui atreet, near V. They ouvwear ear
thla, you can buy and they are sold so cheap at
J H. SMITH'S,
Ko. aso Strata street j aear F.
t would advla all t tome aad hay thai' Ctothla
at SMITHS, No. tea tayeuthstteet.
II you are wis. you will eome to SMITH, No
IUSavnlthstrsf,earr,oppoalt OITl-ost X
tw, to buy your Clothing, Furolaili Goods
Trunks, Hall, and Caps.
Ths rEorur clothiko stoue;' no
Seventh street. Is the best place la town ta buy
vour Clothlnr, Furnlahinf Goous, Trunks, Hats,
and Caps H SMITIf fc CO, nothlers,
Serenth strst. .
Call soon and sea our new stock of Fall and JVio
ter Clothlnr, which we are sailing at lerylow nrl
ees, at the PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STOnX, Me. M
Serenth street, near F,
Great attraetlona at No. M Serenth street. New
stock of Clothing Juat arrived, and selllnr at our
uaual low prices J. II SMITH at CO , (lothlara,
No 40 Seventh strset, aad corner Twentieth street
and Penn avsnus.
Great bargains In Clothing, Furnishing Coeds'.
Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes, oa the cosasr of
Twentieth street and Penn. avenue. (
SMITH i. CO , Clothiers, Flrat ward, cor. Twen.
rleth street snd Pennsi Iranla avenue, la tha cbeei
rat place latowa to buy your Fall aad Wlater
Clothing. - ,
Call al tha Flrat Ward Clothing store arid gat
your rail and Winter Clothing, Hals, Caps, Hoots
snd Shoes. .i
SMITH a. CO , Oothlers,
Cor. Twentieth street snd Fenn ar.
FIRST WATtD CLOTHING HOUSE, eornr of
Twentieth street sou ranaajivanw .vanu.,
Tou can buy your Clothing, Hats, Caps,
and Shoes chtrtp, corner of Twentieth stre
Hoots
I street end
l'enns) w ania avenur.
sep V Sm
VTTrHTION, aOLDIKB AMD 8CT-S.EtUr-lla'i
lug Juat oomplstsd our assort
ment of Lamp Furniture, we would now respect,
fully Invite the attention of Soldiers aad Sutlsrs
our assortment oomprlsrs la psrt the following
Camp goods, vlt: M m . .
Crap Cheats for mess of rrom four ta alt. Camp
Tables, Camp Sloola, Camp tola.Camp Mattreasea,
with all other artlclea of Camp Furniture calcula
ted to make a aoldler enaifortabla. All of which
will U sold at nSS9ktSiu
au 31 No S3 seventh street, corner D,
i O JI K T II N Q N K W
THY IT
Maw ! th ttm. la bllTVOUr Fall ClOthrnr. et NO.
400 Seventh streeti where you ean find all thelstMt
atvls goods, ainorinern pricea
llolhol forSarenth sUeat.No tu Alargala
voice of Clothing, st vsry low prices, No. 40 Sev
enth Btreet, nearT. ...
A new way ui "v. mow iK ,ur jurtw p
No
SIM sevenin aircei, dikii ru, w,uw, , w
cent below the uaikst prise, in Treasury
per cent below
Smith's, No ISO Seventh street, Is tha cheapest
houa. in town to buy your Clothing, Furnlahlag
Gooda, Trunks, Hate, and tapa. aep so tn
VITIO N A r. iTo A .
Till NEW
TiFtrr rrAd tu pis cskt. aondi
of th.
U. I TE D STATES
Koimat"Fli rieenflel,")
Th. COUPON SONDS lu auras of SM, 100, M0,
snd l,ooo,
The BEOUTFRED BONOS la sums of 90, 1100,
two, l,coo, and 9,ouo,
ffabresf conuiuiKi) at dale efurcAau,)
TO SALB 'AT MR BT
JAT COOKJO CO (UaUaera,
iSS rytimtn sfwef.
Theae Bomoi sre the
CnturMT OoTiJuntxnT SgcxatTT
now in the msrkst,
Jnrmf plsl aimsVsaaiuloy
IN GOLD '
la equivalent, st pressnt pries of eola, ta '
s Feb CzaT, la eurreaey,
novso if
DO TOtTlUf OW IT I It you do not, call at
SMITH a (CALL'S, No. set MvsnUi itrset
asar K st rsst, and buy yourself a nle suit ot Cloth,
lng from them, si thsy sail chsap.
SMITH V BEALL,
' ciothlsrs,
Ns.301 Seventh itreet,
novil-dtjul NiarKrtrMt.
TSPCCIAL ATTCNTION IS CALLU TO Ot
XJ asw atock of Fall and later Ootrdpg, Csaii
Furnishing Osols, Hall, aad cjp.
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