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81ngVtytetyl .lemilv )niitl4
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The rtofftoliitlbf IbVTilrWnjijllli
offer f'tott.irtteil'lte.'rMilt'or Kitee' ot
,Mmtlott,rrfttoi IM fofoUUbn and want
of this arm of th service. ' ""ik-" J,u &
and Anally (ttwrrinltedjOmriliorder'No.
.VIMAflha TV.. TU.- ..
1 th. h.ii.iMr.-7iUAi3.li"...L-.rL r-..
thU ordtrMi:WuiUt)ncjrt KWI dliertta
b dtafeatfaelMThlt UpHved th miiMI of
tut sarteaat majors, three hospital stewards,
two thlei bteWW Ihavetertntryiureeone.
and no tfflrtilon tela miftr jnuticiane, $
compny,tMlaialoich:jjlment wer HV
iuinui im ,idiiihuii sua, tend,
?m J"' txnn bid fitted tbtmarfvee
for nefisie. wore thniHa!li.rir.l. nrf.ih.w
rwtmMtet stiff had to b aalaetad froea-Iaexp.
Sanitation and depletion of Uucavalry would
HmHSEX! JHf.ndulon ht5i(Wber rt-or.
the cavaMytnor. eflUtentt Xtideaanda'neb
regulation, ana,.snb .Mfulatlon at , wUDkaep
each retioteat of effective men constantly sop,
pUed with Senldeebl horse;- 'After tb?dlail
tare of Ua tt and 8Mb of Aniuit, Gen. Pope
aaldba bad WeWutUbM to tight longer, beouM
be bad not tjrtfM cavalry -4int-te-Mort
npplr triiafron:AVgaiirUtfcBnll.Bna la
keep bit arm; front atarvlnjvflen. Blfel like
wiae complained tbat tbe Government did not
keep hie cavalry 'rtppHed 'tfltb servlcrabl
bortee, anJtberafoi'Teflttilaeatlent. Tbe
evil compIIadoOMb want af a, complete
yatem by which, etch reiiment.of 1.S0O men
may ba contUhtHlrarJpIled with 1,W0 hor.ee,
lit for errlee.Bnd thereby alwaytba maintained
a fall rtf Unent, well mannted, and eaectlra.ii)
LoOkatthfl Condition of anve.valrv t.rlcrail.
In tbe Army 'of Virginia during the. lumpier
campaign, i Ak tbe cdfnmahder of 'any arm
vujji., wiuu. n. w vnetieirengin i any
cavalry brigade nnder hie command (,at 'any
ume ior in. laaieuc monua. I hazard nothing In.
"" uuu Miak tucro was not . single Drlgaae
In the Army of Virginia, consisting of three
rDgiuicoM, innaiaiaogmertaiountain to Hall
Ran. that erertnmed. out In.anr .Tnedltinn.
bowerer Important, 1,000 eOectlro well-mounted
mcni that crcr muetered the etrcngth of
w iuu vkiiuouh nut on ino contrary, me
brigade commander bad'llmo'and again, been
humiliated to undj wtrad hb brlgkBd wai order
ed out for Important lerrlcetbaf be could not
report a command of tlx hundrt4lvwcu-'m,pimt-ed
men. IIow often baea'dlthloft commander,
plane fruitrated, In finding1 n'tolonM and ble
UIT report for JkgiflrtV-mo.'" apo-and
even leu than 100 mounted men.1 '"' "'
Look at thU etU 'from1 another' 'point. You
organliethma reglmeou of caYaMy with' three
coloneli, three lieutenant coloneri, nine major,
thlrty-elz captalu, aai) MTenU-two Ueutimante.
In order to keep In (be field 1308 efffcllra car
airy. If you pleate you may-add to thla, to
make It complete, one brienMlerreneraltocom
tnftnil amil mhji11lflf.ti atiAl. Vun4luMu.
In the field to do the duty of 1,800 1 r-tnrchaae 1
w noreea w aeep ueea lJJU men mounted I
Commlaalon 1M offlcere to da ton duty-of 40 1
Then, when' more tmalry an) Teqnlrou,-,'rtillit
new reghnante of men, commlatlf t a nancorpa
or officer, bntJaarettwoitUrda of the men al
ready In thpaalit without horeea. Canthlede
plorable, blnmiy, cot!y,-woruthan-worthleM
litem be lonrer coatlnnedwltbontoneinn-iree.
Vv, Hon being rnade.to.lmproTe-Itt- It tbero.no
I remedy forth rl! I1 Itblbk therd It a'rtmedy
at one pitm, practlcaiie, econoinlcal, .certain.
, Primarily, 1 think the organization of regit
menu andfectgadeal Hgbti But each brigade
tbonld be'aetlgned'to'aama jJartlculir dlrltlori,'
In order that tbe.dJrliJon commander, may ,al
wayt know; wbpaillcnlJr body at carnlrj be
bat to rely upon, and that ba may alwayi know
what terrlce bit caralrrledallr rxrAimtnir.
But to keep a reglmint and brlcade contUnUy
crTketDle.lt tbe great obJect.to.be attained.,..
etch brigade or three reglmonta there
houldbepnrcutted. 1,000 extra horutniFor
thaiethanldbproTlded a depot wbertubey
would be carefully fed, groomed, traluedand ftt-
d for the field, in charge of thlt depot tbonld
be a commanding officer, aultunttnarlermat
ter, competent veterinary aurgwnt, farrier and
training boy., '.To1 thlt depot,' from -tme to
time, tbould be tent the" hones of the .brigade
rendered temporarily unierrfeeabfe In th
field. From lull depot ihAuId'b tent, from
Ume to t)mr(o"tb brlnde, the, tirnceUa
trained boraea to lupply the placet or thoto re
turned front the brigade. rTTbe boraea ao return
ed would nealta Immediate car from the at
tendanta Hera ther would rett and ba tntmllMi
with forage, andbtTewbateTerattentlonibcittld
h nAAilatfWirti fevtnrs.1 r i-m .-.1 -....Zi
In due time tbete returned hone would, again
be fitted for eenrtte, and lnatead of being aban
doned or tnmad orer to a iwjndjlng quarterl
matter, would be ten back to the reglmont, to
take the placet' of boraea' needing ilnilUt (rati. ,
mnt mna i .Thla tu. u.m.1.1 nuw-nt.l.
- .- m .-.1 J.MH.J.WIII " yufwii iw
abandonment .and itota of horaeatemporarlly
'nnterrlceable.'t It would enable rrrlmnu to la
immMHauiy tuppiiea wltb t f nliwd hortet In good
condition.- It wOnldikeep th men contttntly
mounted. It .would iato mllllont to ths Oot
ernmentannutlly. It would more than doubt
the ejTM" ttrength of the, caralry, with lest
than half the ttqmber bf organlre .feglraenU.'
The tyttam U ltaplc tnd practical!!."',!!!! bated
upon common aenae, ana la auppoHed by the
practice of erery cnllghtened-UOTernmcnt of
Europe. fJUeej,Uke madnetatbtt our i Got.
ernment baa to long delayed Itt adoption.
' ' . . . 'DlatfoosTKoTnoopsn.
I QlAt) i
lay We glreth following from the New
York Trttntm, not became e are prepared to
cndontallofltartewa, but'becauM we know
that tbcr.wer many patriot! men, who, at the
tart, entertained theso rlewa anil were clamor
ed down, at waa the Trtbutu i
Whoerer read carefully the batch of corret.
pondence recently aelzed by our aoldlera at the
reildencalnXtafor&VMlea., of the lion. Jacob
Thompion, Mr. Buchanan'a Secretary of tho
Interior, muit hare beep, alruik by the follow
ing ptmge In Mr. Thompson'! own letter to
eX'Prealdent Bacbanan, dated June 7, 1801 1
"In all I did, I acted on llfo long conviction-,
and after I retched bom became detlrout
that the aererance which had begun tbould then
be perpetual, a new detlre for me. 1 feared
that that blunderer, Lincoln, would turn and
adopt my ldeaa of State rlgbta. Had hi rfotu
to, tcctuton wvU hept km lUtttl off ftirevtr.
Iltd Lincoln, In bit Inaugural, boldly taken the
ground thafhe would tvacuata the forts of Bum.
ter and Flckent, and leavo the teceded Btttet to
determine for Incmtelvct their own destiny, the
Border Btttca would have been aeenred to the
old Union beyond peradrenture, and. In all the
acceded Btttet there, would bare been a Union
party kMcA iwiiM hatt aiurled Itt aaoENnaxor
in tu cur Statu. Tlilt feeling wot deep and
ttrong when I tame home. But thotery mo
ment Lincoln, auapenaed th Cunatltutlon and
thelawt, and undertook to ralae armlea and
aupport nsvlea without the aid of Congroea. the
feeling for separation became unlTCrsal. Now,
nothing bnt annihilation will brine these State
Into tbe old Union."
Because tbe Trtbutu, during tho last two
months of 18(10, Insisted that tbe cotton States
being the only bnea then threatening aeceeslon
should bo lorltcd to decide for themselrca
whether to remain In or go out of tbe Union,
we bare been attalled ever aince by tho North
era pro-slavery press as vtiMng tht Union ifli
'.oJwJ. Nothing can be further from tbe truth.
We tonght to concede tothedlaaffected Btatea
the tight, not of teceealon, bnt of self govern
ment, because ve felt sure that thla concession
would retain tbem peacefully In the Union,
vmrvrausitf m W
ri. i7WrT ten! i Ti
0 iS UihTt iWfiWni erf
,toi imMt tmH ntr
'timvJA iT . It hwiwH n 1
Bad tht"Nortb? theo'atld'kttxlly bttf'flrnily
to those States. "TV dorBOtwUhlto cut
with you 1 .but, If, you will go, o,ln peace,"
their trtltoroui fleinigogne wduUnara been
utterly taken aback1 aUd Jitcobcerrta.- They
bad been for year fbmtntlng dlannloa un
der tbe guise of reeetdngitbeiSoolh franvop
prosslon and polltllon.by.lhe Norths And,
lidlcnlona at wtl that prcttncC, our own pro
tlavery demafogMd wr conttantly gWlngUt
countenance! crying opt, whenever anything
vii ttld or don In oppotttlott to the aerlea of
aggression of the lava power, which became
pronounced la tho- auaexatton'lof iTextti
HThertl If you don't atop Uwt, the) Bltt will
Moade the Union wlU bo dbieolved and w
11 til ha ruined I No more trade Ad mora
manurtctmt-J-Tior ''Wot' tttrkotawo uorw
rjfojtt 4ftheottom states taaaatceaerri we
tdwayadeapttetUsppwI to th jwwrd.Iq.
Ua.xenallty, ths.baaenea of.theTforth.and
alarm treated It accordlnalr. 'If the union It
benaflclatto on KMMon- alone if tu advant
ages are not general ana reciprocaH-t nouto
not exist, ,U w ara IP bay Its conllitMlir by
ttlfllnghur convlctliot, pafllockini; oarmcitttna,
nd maklntf illljrcband Of dtfr aoulaj it toald
not ba ended too aoouL 'Im fact,lt ooadd never
be maintains on u atanmpuon if at itf mate
rial nenenia were au raonopouzeo oy one aecuon,
While Hi burden wer an UihJWn opon 4lrotber.
And notblnr elae ha done to much to atrenxthen
and dlttamrnaLa. tha flonlhem dclntlon on.thla
ncao, at tna annua or alarm ireqneniiy raiaea as
the Nortt over tbe proopectof dlaunlon, a
,.., ..-, , r- -.,',.v-.--
thonffn it wa to u apeciaurminnont to m
North-H though 'the fie Utbwtraia'bWlologeH
nay ana aeu Willi n u in union wen uiaaoivea,
and at thongbwa lived not bjonr own Industry
and abintybnt by th , favor, tnd patronage or
the coUon rrowcra. ' Hence th InCeatant threat
of dlannloa from th 8-utbi not'thai disunion
waaietUydealred nanHclpatd,lnt bacante
thlt wa daemod by the Democratic, managera
at tbe South a tore and',safo'taode of helping
and trthenlnir' their DartY'frlenlo tt the
North. iToitbrcatanr 'dJauntnn. waahln thdr
View, to ureawn tn(ortatvt)io,mnxTnnrcy
and ruin for thla waa generally, admitted at
the North." Hence the natural deduction that
th Sooth tha tlf,' the elate powef-naa only
omaKoany aemano, require any conceetign,
no.matter how nareatonable, and back It by a
thrca , of disunion, and .the, North would cer
tainly concede It, bavlng'iro'allernatlvo'bnt
nentry tna utter prostration.
Mr. Thompion. wrltlmrnTbMbotom friend
Buchanan, 1 three 1 month afterj Mr. Llncoln'a
Inauguration, and, nearly fwq, after W bont
bardinent of Fort Snmter writing conflden
tlallv. and iflthno'lhoutht that hit letter1
would ever tea tho tlght-onfirma all wo hava
ever aliened with regard o,th Unionism of
in Houtu. )Y.ateadiiy maintained tnattn
people of the South weni not dtsunlonlsts
that the great masa of them-loved' and honed
to lire and die In tho Unlon-l-and ' Mr1. Thomp-
eon fully corroboratca onrl etatemenU wo
maintained that an offer by th free Stales, to
let tno cotton Btatea out 01 ine .union it tney
dcelrod It, after a fair bearing and oil a blear
unaerstanainz amomr ail partiee.-wouia snow
this, and thus civ a death-blow to aeceaalodi
Mr, Thompson confirm every ayllablo that we
utttrod. ,13ut ,our-Dcmocrata were ao Intent
on forcing the Republicans to prove, recreant
to their prlnclplea to determined to' have no
settlement that.dld-nul, IU till tu ' new concca
alone, new 'abatement to1 tlavery. that they
bowled down every proposition . to test lb real
strongthof dlaunloi))a.ttt, at the Boatht and
nencewoaro,aawear)),i lu (, , u ,
1 I I 1 paaaa
riBAND ADVANCE OH TIIK ARKY O1
v tiik, puruoic, ana au sue atorea ar ary.
Inf up tiie'praea,of jthelr 'goodt but SMITH k
telll4aoodJclathuiBneailvaB bhetn aa ever. Wa
bar been fighting against high prloes for th last
year, andjmr stock now Is good, and we are able to
SMITH Is all the time In the market picking up
goda at old prlcea, and that la one reason, we un-
dertall til others. V hare th meant ind ability
to etU ehean, andwe will do tt, ae our eustomers
want uoou uuthlog al lownvtset, ana w ar Juit
th men to tell 4t to them. A call It solicited at the
tUEAr cLOTinxa house of
SMITH k BEALL,
- No. 301 Scraath afreet,
uo,v 51 lt Jtnl First 'door below thf market.
4""'" 'Wlaw1" V'
A KTiiknd tn jJkWd. trV it.
...mHM. ... a ;.. . ......-
lli grMt external rcmdr of th in. prtparoti
, vi.Btti.at-B inrAuiJii; iiniinjun(
f d rolp of Dr. tphf 0 Sweet, of ConneeU-
eut, the celebrated tetter, whofme leuo-
ciiKivu oj tmi 01 but iivinjj mn. it n cenua
ivllvlnr ntan. It ! mi
and Immedute core Tor AheumetUia Gout.Neu-
Mii Bjyrm.aj, orui, Mt vvouiuu, Nm,
Burm, Scmide. PtUl, Lm(uIio, lUatUehe, Tooth
vain auK au uMunuiuv man jrroo iMHiruvria
ah uHureri enouia rire it a inai.
RICHARDSON h. CO . Proprietore,
For sale Lt CHARLES 8TDTT. General Agent
for Waihlnstont ami T all dealere.
ywi , . . !
r &o worn tu u rtrft4 i Jtatine M4 tht
tu&ttary teetarttim and ajnisvttt, at cvnttnpUud
ty tht $in trrfiM oiVitl, rVm A roHM$t u
twtf at Mr tMtnul lont oivtn in fAJ mmdAM. ARK
"Tin Manual of Peulon, Bounty and Bouatr
Land Lairi.'f nubllalied by tbe Morriione. Waih
log-foa, D. C, ti tbe ONLY book now,publUhed,
JLUh FQUMSXn which are ticct copitt of thoae
preacriled by the Peniloa Office. No other Manual
to be found Id tha market haa thcou
If you want a UEUABLK OVIDB in maktaf
up your Penilon, Bounty or Bounty Land paper.,
ae to FORM, aa well aa aubitance. encloie u
ioUsr mndjtlw ctnlt and aend to W. H. fc a H.
Morriion. Waihlnltion. D. C. and the book will
be tent by matt to any part of the United Btatea,
romtgr rata. nor u eodlli.w
DMriet of Columbia, Warhingtonvountto wit t
la thecaieof John Qulnn.admlnlitratorof PhlU
ij i'lvurntii. iivwntcu, iu WJiniuitirHor aioreiaia
hai.wlth the approbation of theOrphaniCourt
nraanintnoa counijj Kioreiaia. appoint! samr
. the 11 in dav of Januarr next, far tha final aat.
tlement and dUtrlbutlon of the personal eitata of
Bald deceaaed. and of the aaiata In hand, aa Ike
the eame have been collected and turned Into
moneyi wnen and wnere au the creditors and helre
of lafddeccaied are uo titled to attend, (at the Or
phana' Court of Waiblngtoa county aforesaid,)
with their alolma nronerlr Touched, or th tni-
otherwlae by law be excluded from all benefit la
eald deceaied's ettaiet provided a copy of this or
der be published oaoe a week for three weeks In
the fiationat Jt7jwtti,prclous to the said 17th
day of January, itwJ3.
4t, v. HUDuini,
de 24-lawSw RfgUtcr of Wills.
South of Pnntylvaula Av.nue
PV11I.IO NOTICK.-T).. Arm JOHN VOGEL
tud ALUERT LLUTNEn hit not been In ex
Uteoee, and 1 am therefor, not re sponsible for any
trtQsactlon of such alleged Arm.
d0 23-l -' ALBERT'LEUTWR. '
pOME ONE, COMP ALL, TO L. A OEALL k CO ,
Vj toget your Cloth in f, rurnlshtog Goods, Truaxi,
C UUI V,
No. I1 Serenth street.
between 1 h K,
JtkJM . iWirjoh .iil IritfaYajJ' ,A jg -lr n Jjfk -- " -
WzKlli lwiw.OTr:r.. lil ffnTliIiI WW llHflKl?--
. y-aTi.7-lM. JH-IH.IH. ""' I "JMV . - - IkaV am, em ,, . . IBJ. ibh.. m- . m an B, i UBi'ulem,. IB
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.1 AXOVkl TSYUr . -trtl IXVI
W&mmmW.!). C.1; TUtmSDAY. DECEMBlm 25,'i862:
ioii wianDtaroir aicnaiTQvnt ahdiALUav
iir i vi iTiunut .iMutrt i
, Tha following; U a forrectlltt of all th hot
pitala, In IM above elUea; with ttefr-liettlont,
mnA tha mpffMnn In facrvn nf SarHht .
Ascension H, between W and. lOtbttreeU.
rf v, uorr, i a hmj i-'n -M i-- (
' -Attention Dr. Smith' Church, Bib between
Q and HttreeU,-JC.,Porrr.t - ,'i i, .-,
Ascension Bonlhatn ChnrtA,.j5lb between
Hand I street. J. C. Dorr. .11
. 'Armory Armory Square, Ttb at. IXW.Blla.
rAlntndrla, 1st division Alexandria. J.K.
Snmmera m Jt n 1 -. 1 ,
'Alexandria, 2d division Alaiandrla. T. R.
BpenermtT'i; 1.1 , - 1
SAlxandrta,MdlTUIon Alexandria. Edwin
llanUey. , .
iiCaaparla A at. aouth, eait'of 'fjapltol. W.
JCWatr.n ' ",''" '
.'' Colnrabfin-I 4 Cot Col' T.'A. Crotb.'
Oollatuoorgtown. J.' M. Brown.
1 Crancn K 81. Baptist Church: 6th and K ata.
A. fVjnkoop. t -'
Cranoh Unitarian Church.' Irh and D'sts.
iOp, erj'andpar. prls. Nesr Alexandria.
rt. ytba.. -
. rjonkbia-Cor. I st. and N.' J. are. '
J Duhbtrton Street Georgetown. H. 0. W.
-JKbeir 4lh , nttf Oatweat. WJ'Wa
tera. w ' '
VnVlMtA. n.l..i. v... v v I ...... a .
n;i, 11 , , I ', fnV 1
"T v -
' 'Emory-1, m. eatt of CaplloIJ Vm. Cleo.l,wote.potlHperao.s,wnsslgnatareamusbt
dotln. Xi. .. 1 J 1 appended to tin gutrtntM.
EckihanvO. bet. 13th and 14th ata. Jarae
Epiphany Baptist Church, 13th bet. 0 and
II. ata. Jamea Bryan. ' ' "'
Fab-fax Seminary i mlloa ont Alexandria,
pavld P. Smiths, .,.,, n,li v
Flnley N. I.,ave., near Sale' farm. J.
MSJM . r. 'XT' ' ,l-
Uarewood 7tb atreet, Corcoran' farm. T.
Autleell,! .,, ,B,,,y. -ui ir
Island Hall CoraerA'Irglnla avenuo and Oth
street. Wo. Ilayes. R - w .
"Judiciary SquaraK street, between 4th and
Stb. Chas. PaceV,
Kalorama Sist street, near Boundary. It.
J.Thomas. , , (J
Mt. Pleasant litis atreet, near Boundary.
C. A; McCall. v
"Odd reUowa nail K at., near Navy Yard.
W. E. WaUra.
Patent Ofilc Oth atreet. A. Thnmnwra.
Presbyterian Church Ucorgctown. U.Knlck-
eruocacr. , r- ,
Itrland Chapel P atreet, corner 10th, Island.
V. B. Hubbard.
Byland Chapel Grace Church, D ttrect, cor
ncr 8th. V. B. Hubbard.
Seminary Georgetown. Ijtndon WeUt.
Btone 14th street, near Boundary P. Glen
nan. St. EUtabetbIntans Asylum, East'n Branch.
C, H. Nleholt. -o .irio
St. Aloyalua K etroet, betwonn lit and Sd.
T. B. Laahella, '.il,,,
Trinity O atreet, comer 3d. A. J. Barter.
Trinity Printing ofilco, corner 2d atreet and
Indiana avenue. A. J. Ilaittr,
. Trlnttv Church Geor?etawmr kf.F.llawea.
, Union Chapel SMth , atreet, near Pennaylra
nla avenuo. W. H.nButler. --
' Union Hotel Corner, Bridge and Waablng-
sinju, Meqrgnowxu ueo. tv. Blipp.
Qnartermttter't lTtb atreet.
TJAI.tAJfD, WIHTKn OOOOI.
"' ' XltTTAHT AND CrEAfA..,
WALL; STEPHEN! fc! CO, are now opening
their Fall and Winter Goods, ambraaln. na. Dtm.
Coats, Doeakt rants, Vests, tu. A larg and well.
jiecteq Biociaot OD. H0.TJ ur.rcoaie. v. nai.
also 4 comnUt assortment of Busloets Suits, made
In the most durable msnner. Officers will And our
Military Goode desirous to their wanta. rleary
Woollen Ulanketa, for eamp use at ramsonabl.
prices. .WALL, STKMIEMS Is CO.,
3)111 Pennsylvania avenue, betwen
dtf ; ninth and Tenth streets.
XJ n METROPOLITAN tQUCE,
X. SIS Bl.Teistls atrc.t west,
JVirar On .corner of 2Ynittyltwif4 awntir.
The puUU are berrtylnforaeiL; that all eases
raoulrloa the aarvlcea of a deteotli ottlcer will b.
promptly and carefully atteuded to, "Are
rMryr." ujKin apjiiia.iiuQ u.ina niiuie as inv iu-
llca Headquarte ra, No. ata .iventh atreet west,
under supervision of
, W, B. wrnB,
Superkntendeat of Mstroiolltan folio,
nov 20 3aw3m
Oak Hl Clothing R06U.
Bruce, tbrmcrlv at the Oleon Hall, has now
opened a new store at No. 404 Seventh street, Just
below Smith's, where be has a flneseleettonof Men
and Boys' clothing at very low prices the Is desi
rous of has lug all his old customers call on him. as
they can buy roods at lower prices than any other
store in the city. J. BRUCE fc CO ,
No. 404 Seventh street, near F.
Call and see Mr. Bruce, at No. 444 Seventh street
Mr. Bruce has a Fine Stock of Clothing for Men
and Boys' wear, at No. 4 Serenth street, opposite
City Fust Omee.
Mr. Bruee la the man to please the Boys la Cloth
lor, at No. 44 Seventh street. ,
tverypody Knows that mt, Bruce can sell Boys'
Clothlne cheaper than anr one else. No. 4.4 Sot.
entn street, opposite city rost umee;
For Hen and Dots' Uothlnsr sail on Mr. Bruce, at
Oak Hall, No. M Seventh street, between k ami F.
tur. uruca is am man io picase you in uoys' Lioin-
Ing, at Oak Hail, No. 491 Seventh street,
uiy rosi mnu.
'IU1 0 MAS K. lalaOVD,
A TTVRNKY tOH VLAINANTS,
AMD AOXXT FOR raOCURINd
Bounty Lands, Pensloas, Arrears
oi ray, a,xira ray, w ,
WASHINGTON, D. C,
Will give prompt and eQclent atuntlon to the
roscuuon oi L-uimsoi erery nescription against
he Government, nnd make nacharr unless sut
Both references and charges for services will be
fcj" Pensions seeured for soldiers wounded or dis
eased during the existing war) also, for the widows
and orphans of soldiers who havedled from wounds
or disease Incurred while In the United States ser
vice! also, Bounty Money for the helrsln law ot
soldiers deceased during the existing war.
Fees divided with attorneys or other persons for
The highest prices paid Tor Land Warrants.
THOMAS E. LLOYD,
Attorney for Claimants,
No. 470 Seventh street,
Washington, D. C.
N. B. Editors of naners nubllshlnr ths sbnva einJ
will be entitled to my services to the amount ot
their charges. T.E. L.
NiTICK-MEMBERS OF CONGRESS AND
STX4NQIUS VISiribQ WASHINQTON
Will And lt much to their adrantara and nersonsl
comfort (If rooming out) to take their meals at this
wsu'aiwwH n.iiu louswsisu.isueu iiesiauraiu. ine
subscriber has spared no expense in refitting his
entire establishment, which is Intended excluslely
for a tint-class Gentlemen's Restaurant, where may
be found all the comforts of a private home, and on
ery moderate terms.
Gentlemen ara nsrileulsrlv
Gentlemen are particular) requested to call bo
fore making arrangements elsewhere
nov 39 eolm
803 Pennsylvania avenue.
NOTIC1C Ths sohoonsr Wm. E. Laggett has
Just arrlrcd from New York, with mdse. Con
signees will please apply to
dee 23 t 85 Water street, Georgetown.
J (1ST IITCCKIVED-OUH NEW STOCK OF
Fall and Winter CLOTHING, which we are
UHK nt itt j iuit I'll era. at
L. A. BEALL Ov CO 'S,
No. Ml seventh street,
ep as Im bstwesn X and X,
pnoiM irji ironnbMitii. '-
v' Dipot QOAWTstasiArWii'sOrricr,
- Corner Eighteenth and Q streets g
6fllee vnttl Saturday, the STth drof Deeemeer, at
19 o'clock n t tor rnrnlsMne; the Oovemmeat with
fS,500) twenty-five hundred: Horses, of the follow
log descriptions, vli .
- " CAVAtKT." J
For Cavalry, (1,500) one thousand five hundred
Horses, from (ft) fifteen td (1 sixteen hands klf h
between Ave and eight years of agei of dark colors)
well broken td the saddle, oomiUctly built, and
free from aUdefKta. , , t
For Artillery, (1,000) one thonsahd Horses, from
(MM) fifteen, and ne-heii')o' (II) sixteen ham!
high, between Ore aid eight years of age of dark
color i free from all defects) well broken to har
neeat coawpactly built, and to weigh not less than
, T , PROPOSALS. , ,T ,
The full name and post office address of the Ud
der must appear in the proposal.
tf a bid Is made la the name of a ftrmi, tke names
of oil the parties must appear, or the bid wilt be
ooneWered as the; Individual proposal erf" Me party
rropoeals from dittoyal partttt wta not e centitt
9fta and an oath of allegiance must aocompany
for Cavalrr or Artillery Uorsli, and in o mm must
rropotui must ipvuiycirariy waeiaer ine Did is
both be bid for on the eame paper.
kjib am ota raron uisun paper.
If anr bidder wlshee to Dronose foe both clssws.
ht mast Jwward two distinct proposals-jone for
each class, compUli a Urtf and having no refer
eace to any other prdposal by the same party.
rroposals must be addressed to Col. 1) H. Busk
er, Quartermaster u, 8. army, Washloftoo, D. U,
and should be plainly marked "Proposals for
Horses." ' . T
v Th abllltr f th bidder to ail the contrast.
I hniilil 1 Ka tvatwlaal trt htm iniiti ha tniatantla K
the responsibility of the
iponslblllty of the guarantors must be
the official cartlflcate of the Clerk of the
nearest District Court or of the United States Dls-
trlflt At torn w
are opened, or their proposals will not be consul
jHuucra muii dj ihtkhi m wnon wnra tne mai
Mtl. .., v
Bonds equal In amount to one-half the sum to he
received on the contract, signed by tha contractor
and both ef hie guarantors, will be required of the
successful bidder upon signing the contract.
Aa the bond must accomnanr the contract
Aa the bond must accompany the contract, tt will
neeeesorrfbr bidders to hare their bondsmen
be necessary (or bidders to hare their bondsmen
with them, or to hare bonds signed In anticipation
and ready to be produced when the contrast Is
Blanks for bonds can be procured upon appllca-
tloo being made at this oLflce, either personally, by
ctter, or by telegraph.
form of Guar ani re.
We, , of tha county of , and State of ,
nd .of theeduntvof- . and xtn.tatir.dia
hereby guaranty that Is able to fulfil a con-
tract, in accordance with the terms of his proposi
tion, and that should hli cniDoaltion L jaocittHt.
he will at once enter Into a contract In accordance
bhould the contract he awarded him we are pre
pared to beoome his securities.
(To this guarantee must be appended the official
certificate above mentioned )
'i INSPECTION, DELIVFRY, fcC.
All Horses contracted for under this advertise
ment will be subject rd to a rigid Inspection, and
those not couformlngtothe specifications will be
No JafttTfr will be received.
The Horses must be iieiirercd in this city, within
twenty dais from the date of the contract, end no
rxfration of time will he rraated on anr pretext.
raj ment to be made upon the completion of the
contract, or so soon thereafter as the Depot Quar
termaster shall be In Innda.
Any Informality In the bid, or non-conformance
with the terms of this advertisement, will Insure
the rejection of the proposal.
The Horses will be awarded in lots of (200) two
hundred each, unless the Depot Quartermaster
should deem It for theinterestof the burermucut
to varr the number.
The Depot Quartermaster reserves to himself the
right to rJeet any or all bids that he may deem too
D II. RUCKER,
Colonel and Depot Quartermaster.
Edward Krerait's Reply to mis Kngjueh
" st rotTicAL ruiir.'
What hare we In America 1
We've wonder great and grandi
We hat e the essence of the earth.
The cream of erery land.
Our mountains are magnificent.
Our rivers are immense. '
And each man has a kingly style,
If not a king's expense.
Our ships arc known to all the worlJj
The farms cannot be beat)
Our cities, full of luxury,
Are famous for the neat.
We've orators and authon, too,
With Intellects of force i
We've railroads Mattered n ery where)
And one Professor Morse.
Our girls have beauty, wit, and grace,
They're charmlasr. utreet- vnJ tallt
n.r. if. Va. ZV-jiu:'LT
i, man taui
bui, itira, ajic ffiunwa tiiii
nr ur9 hai
Is known as great OAK ft ALL,
Where the fall andwlnter stock of nrst-clssscloth-Ingls
now ready In extra abundance and greatest
arlety. All the new-style Orercoats, Sacks, Dull
ness Coats, Peg-top Pants, fce , selling at prices so
low that errrybody will buy and be satisfied.
J. BRUCE & CO,
No 464, Serenth street near F,
nov 21 dt J aa 1 Twd doors below Smith's
A PPUCATIONfi fur Duplicate Lsml
Application having been made under the act ofSM
ao, iowjl. ior um reissue oi ine utna warrants
described herein, which are alleml tu hat a tsen
lost or destroyed, notloe I hereby given that, at
iuo ume ioiivwihk ieut;scri)Hionoi eacn warraoi,
anewcertltlCHteof like tenor will be Issued If no
valid obleotlon should then anoear.
No J,7Utt, tor 13U acres. Issued under the act of
juarcn, iooo. in ine nameoi Arnold Harrington, and
was eranted Sentember IT. ISfiT Jaduai-v a. iSfii
No S1.4SI, forieo acres, issued tinder the act of
March, lttfo, in the names of the minor children of
uaniei . nn.i,unet aeceaseu, ana w as gran tea uci,
W, 18W January II, 18U.
No. 100,1, for Itw acres, Issued under t lis act of
March IBM, In the name or Auiel Allen, and was
granted March 13, 1803 January is, tsoi
No. loo wo, for 160 aires, Issued under the act ol
March, Ituo. in the name of Rachel, widow of Geo
Harner, and was granted January 6, 1803 February
No. 07,700 for ISO acres, Issued under the act of
March 9, 1S, In the name of Wm. Crlsler, and was
vteatbu t ttW ita tt u.uii ui . tu. ,, ialtrr, tJ
granted February 8, 1837 Fcbruar) 23, 1843,
no. wjmo, ior dv Rcrcs, issucu unner ins aci oi
September, 1850. In thenameofJonalhanMellcnry,
and was granted July 6th. 1831 March l, 1863
ituatvrn it OAitHr.ll,
Com mission er
FINANCIAL AND COLLECTINO.
lavoics bill a suaixcaa iiotxs stootutid.
PaoTESTto Notes ahd DEraaacD accovhts
STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD
EXCLUSIVELY ON COMMISSION.
aorxiiNJnwT claims bouout.
IlV O. X. I10USF,
Counsellor at Law,
as Nassau street, New York.
Q" Ten years In Stat, and United States Courts.
Advlc. trttlt. .pi a
17 l s ti ititasNT'ii
? AWNING, FLAG, AND
UNION TINT FAOTORr,
No, S30 Ptunsjrlraula nv.uti.,
WABinNGTON, D. O.
BVTIEBS AND AX.VT TXN13
ON DAMD OR MASS TO OUDSK.
Awnlnrs, Flsrs, Tents, Mtll Bags, Hors. Covers,
Signs, Wagon Cot ers, he , made at short notice,
CAMP STOVES 1
cam psto ran
CAMP STOVES II I
Wesrenow uanufaeturlnd CAMP, COOK and
HFATINO STOVES, which we will sell by th.
dosen or hundred as ohsap aa they can bs bought In
131 Ptan. avaaua, neat 1th atreet.
- r,i t ,ttt c ev v -1 ' tu . .;..." - t '
, H .B .U a.i .'r III J
r 1 M
ra n. f.i
tV R A
BF I CEBI
A 'Urge Invoice or the above articles ore now
King received, and for sale by
a J. BROW1Y,
No. . Washington Eulldlng,
Seventh street hndrenn. avenu
8UTLKHB TAKE NOTICE!
Teas In JLj( pound packs.
Teas In , 8, 10, 11, is, 19 and 30 pound boxes.
Canned Tomatoes In 3 doten boxes.
Canned Peaches In 3 doten boxee-v
Plckles In 3 doien boxes.
Gam Drops in pound papers.
Gam Props In 0 pound boxes.
Raisins In boxes and H boxes.
Pepper In 3 ounce papers and In I gross boxes,
Faglish Mustard In V pound papers and eons.
English Mustard n K and I gross boxes.
Preserved Cherries In bottles.
Figs In 3)tf pound drums and l pound boxes.
Lemon Syrup In bottles.
For sale by
No. 9, Washington Building,
Serenth atreet and Penn. avenue,
Washington, D. C.
rVO THE OFFICKIU, OP THE AXIHY.
Just nrrlred, by direct Importation per steamer
Fulton, from Europe, a rery t.ne ami large asiort
ment of Marine, Opera, Field Glasses, and Tele
scopes, which I will sell a very Utile above the
eoit In Paris. As to the qualities, there are none
superior to be had, harlng been selected purposely
Tor this market. Also, a large and well-assorted
stock of Opera Glasses, MIeroscopes i gold, silver,
and steel Spectaclec and kye Glasses, suited to the
1 1 slit by the use or an Optometer. A considerable
number of certificates to be seen at my office, from
gentlemen who have been suited at my establish
ment. 425 TamsyUanla avenue, letweii Four-and-a-half
ami Sixth ttreett.
My nstabllshmeut Is up stairs.
Olam Jilted to tuff. The trade snprllcd.
Oct 10 ly
NIX PEn CENT. DO.NDS
TWFNTY YEARS FROM DATE,
(Or alter nre retn, at option of the Coveraneat.)
TIIK COUPON BONDS,
In turns of
ONE HUNDRF.D DOLLARS,
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
THE ItEaiSTKRKD BONDS,
la sums of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS,
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR,
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS.
INTFRFST COMMENCINQ AT DATE OF FUR-
And payel le aenU-unutllv
Thess Bombs areth.
CHFAPEST GOVERNMENT SECURITY
now In th. market,
The Interest, at present price of coin, being equiv
alent to 8 Pa Ccnt. In current?.
FOR SALE DY
JAY COOUK CO.,
493 Flft..nth fltr.M,
ARvr WDmrr vovciiers,
COIS, CURRENCY AND EXCI1ANOE.
dro 10 tf
Orricc or the Cnicr UtfAnTcaMAiTxn.
Aemv orTHE PoToaiar,
Washington. stember 20, Vt92.
PROPOSALS ara invited for furnishing for tho
use uf the army of the Futomao the following ar
ticles 1,000 tons bait quality Timothy Hay, securely
baled, tha weight of each bole to bo
2,000,000 bushels of Oats, or the best quality, In
strong socks, well sen ed
7,000 cords Oak and Hickory oo.1, well sea
soned and of the best quality.
Each bid must be accompanied Lj the endorse
ment of two responsible persons thai the contracts
If awarded will be fulfilled.
lds will be opened from time to time as the ar
ticles may be needed, and contracts will be awarded,
for the quantities needed, te the lowest responsible
bidder up to the time of opening.
The right Is reserved to accept all or any part ol
Proposals should be endorsed " Proposals for Hay
or Oats,' or M Wood,1' as ths ease may be, and en
close In separate envelopes.
Lieut. Col and A. D. C , Chief Quarter master.
Sep 34 tf
In consequence of the lownessof the water In
the General Aeservolrlt will be necessary, unless
tjtvt. iwuuiui ui waster sa l(bguccu. iur wiw uum
cm id cut iuuu u ii m uii iue supply io cuii sua en
tirely. All nfriAIll tp. IliArnfrtr fnttiM.iain tr iism (Via
h) drants un Pennsylvania avenue, or on any streets
or avenues under the care and sujwrvlslon of the
Commissioner of Public llulldlngs, for watering the
streets or pavements, or for auy private lrorpose
And all persons using the water are urgently so
licited to be as economical In its us as possible.
scp so Commissioner of Public Buildings.
Ualls, Private sud Public Parties.
The Subscriber, at tha ureent rnutst nr th Cit
izens of Washington and the public general!) , has
now resumed his out-side family business, In the
DINNERS, PARTIESt SUPPERS, MEAT DISHES,
Sent to any part of the City at the Shortest Notice,
ami will be superintended by the Subscriber In per-
The proprietor would also beg leave to remind
his Patrons ol this branch, that the late Store
and Saloon has been changed to a Gentlemen's Res
taurant The Ladles who will favor him with
their Patronage will find, on the Second Moor, a
handsomely furnished Keeeptlon Room, in which
Mrs Uautieb will be hnnm tn roctflva thtlrrir.
dcrs Entrance by the Private Door
nor 39 eolm 231 Pennsjlvanla avenue.
No, 371 Penn. Arc , Waihihotom. D. C.
Books bound In eviry stjle Turkey, Morocco,
Rualin aulCalf. JT, fj
I ("jn Mb vza J ill. J nl ,'
jj e . - -J t C c
CISCLt IN1TITUTI,' "" " '
von Tovna t.AbiES,
No. ot K smtiT, NiX mt CiBctc.
II V rt-71 i ii UB r
rTERJis, par Quarter of tea wetke-Quarter
Dtmeatarvciassea la English -"" -
AdvaneM CtaasM lit Ea.tlsaUUt.r.tiir.
andSolane. Ineluitad . ., , . .
Stemcatarr Cluaea la Siifllth,rieneh, and
Advanced Classes la Eagllth, rrtnch and
Extra charge for Spanish, German, Italian, Latin,
Dr. ZAFPONE rlu rln Lurnr.. '.mi Mtmwlu
assist. .snmrbacisniM tlnsfma his ,.!.
o R..'ZArroNE, rnneipaL
f AK IIALrJ CLOTIIWO llOCSE, No. 464
Clotting foe Mn and Boys' war that th market
can pioduc, and nur prtoM, for ehupnM, and du-
rahlllt of our foods, defy eompetltloa. (Our
neighbor Snlth, two door, above, to lang noted for
eelllng clothing lew than aav hous. In th. cllr, In
a private conversation, acknowledge! to us that
our Boys' Clothing waa the beet made and cut food.
he ever aaw and, If th. cltltena of Washington
wer posted In tbe food 1 have, nf store would
be overrun with ladles and gentlemen in want of
elothlng, aad t onlr(wtah to have you call and aee
out beautiful aae.rtneuteaof clothing , and I think
that our prlcea and gooda wlJl more than pay you
for calling at the Leading Clothing Houa., No. 404
Seventh atreet, near F atreet, two Boors btlow
Everybody knows Smith, but, Instead of catling
at hla place, com. In two doors below-.
N. a I hav. a apecltl word to aayta the Udlrs,
that I can picas, them belter than aver In Boy s'
Clothing, aa my stock excela anything I ever had.
i. BRUCE . CO ,
Formerly at Odeon lull,
nov St-dlanl Now at O.k Hall.
ARTIFICIAL CLEOPLASTIC BONE TEETH,
without mef si pl.te or clasps, by
DR. 8. D. 81(1 EB1I O.VI).
IO Broadway, New Yarki.nd K Penn. avenue,
i""" ium vim iurinia sis ,
Vf ASaiNOTOM, D. C,
Calls the attention of the public to the following
d antagea of his toiprm ed systeml
1st. The teeth of his manulictur. will n.vir mi.
rod. nor change color by aay .dda, and ar. three
fourths lighter than any other.
'id. No fecth nor roots need be extracted, aa tbe
artificial onea can be Inserted over them.
3d. Th. root, will b. mad. Inouenalv. and never
4th. No temporary teeth are needed, u permanent
onea can be made Immediately, thereby preserving
in. naiurai expression or in. lace, which, under
tho old ibj stem. Is frequently disfigured.
ata. This work has Ices fully tested, for orer five
years, by many of th. first chemists and phyelclana
of thla and th. old country.
Dr. 8. haa also Invented a white lndeslrucrlble
metal Alitor, with which the most sensitive teeth
enn be filled without pain, and can build up a tier
feet sound tooth on aay aid. roota, which will last
through a lifetime. '
He refers to the following gentlemen: Dr. V. Mott
Dr. Doremtis, Protestor ol Chemistry! Hon A.
M ann, Jun Capt. Crabtree, Vic. rresldent of the
Emigration Company of New York) Hon. Judge
Way ne, of the Supreme Court, of Washington, I).
i; I ana inousanqs or oinere.
Call and examln. for youraelve. nov
WEEKLY MATIONAI. REPUBLICAN.
The undersigned commenced. In the month
of December, 1880, the publication, In thlt city,
of a weekly newspaper, called the A'oflonnl Re
It lt printed on a large sheet, twenty-seven
by forty-two inches, and It furnished at tbe low
prices stated below.
It conttlnt all ths original matter of the
Daily National RepnllXan, with the exception
of local news not Interesting to country snb-
It will glv full report of the proceodlngt of
Congress, and of tho other Departmenta of the
It contains all the newt of the day, foreign
tnd domestic, mtrltett, tc, dtc, aa well at an
original correspondence from all pint of the
country. The mltccllaneoui department will
receive special attention, and, In all respects,
the effort will be made to establish the charac
ter of the National Jlepiiollean at a Family
Washington Ring now tlio central point of
the current military operations, great attention
will lie paid to furnlahlng the readers of the
National Hepubllcan with full, and capeelallj
with accurate, accounta of tho piogrcas of the
war for the Union.
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Ing the Administration of Mr. Unroll).
There la uootluir Republican paper In the
District of Columbia, or In tlm vicinity of It,
and It Is believed that recent evinta have opened
to such a paper au Important ephrre of useful
ell'ort. The time has come, wheu tbe aclua
administration of tho Government upon Repub
Itean prlnclpha will explode the ralmprencn
tntlons which have made those principles a
dletatcfal to the South.
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that the projectors of the National IlrjnMUan
hope to male lt useful. To the whole country
they offer a Journal vt hlch will discuss national
polities from a national stand-point, and which
will never be awerved from patriotic duty by
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rrery family, at this UasonVsnouM rtst the
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clal qualities as a reatte Stimulant, Tonic, DLurstlc, .
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A LADIES WINE, ;
Because lt will not Intoxicate as otrer wrliee, ss lt
contains no mixture of spirits or other liquors, and
Is admired for Its rich, peculiar Ha or, and nutria e
projr.if, Imparting a healthy tone to the digest
ire organs, aod a blsjomtng, soft and healthy skin
WE BFFEn TO
A few well-k-nown gentlemen and physlctaos who
na. eme-upe wrnei
Gor. Mortn.N Y. State.
Vt J HsCbtl an, N.Y.Clty.
f)r Ward, Newark, N I
Dr Dougherty, Newark
Dr. MarcyJCeir lotk.
ark. N. J.
nr. raise, rniaa-a.
ttKone renulna without the signature of "AL
PHKD 6Pri.K, Pastale, N. J ," Is orer the cot It
r-MAKE ONE TRIAL OP THIS WINE. . ,
I or sale by Druggists and all first-class Dealeis
Trade supplied In Baltimore by WM. H. BROW
A. rrFR, Proprietor.
VmcTAan Passsle, New Jersey.
OrricE 2W Broadway, New York.
JOHN LA POT. Paris,
nor t ly Agent for Prance aod Germany
uiit tiiv oim new stock ov
Clothing from the People's Clothing store, No
460 Seventh street, near t Ther out-wear any
ining you can ouy onq iney are aoiu ao .cp ai
sold so cisean a
J H. BMITH1
No. o aeicntb street, near F.
I would advise all to eosuandbuy their Clothlo
at SMITH'S, No. 0 gaventh street.
It S ou are wise you will come to SMITH1, No
iflO Seventh street, near r. opposite aty Post Of
flee, to buy your Clothing, Furnishing Goods
Trunks, Hats, and Caps.
The PEOPLPS CLOTHtlTO STORE, 1, 40
Seventh street, Is the best place In town to buy
your nothing, Furnishing Goals, Trunks, Hats.
and Caps J. II. SMITH & to, Clothiers, 4d
Calt soon and see our new stock of Fall and Win
ter Clothing, which we are selling at ery low pri
ces, at tha PEOPLP'R CLOTHINU 8TOKL, No. 4C0
Set enth street, near P.
Great attractions at No 4M Seventh street. New
stock of Clothing Just arrived, and selling at our
usual low prices. J. II. SMITH fcCO, Clothiers.
Ho 480 Seventh street, and corner Twentieth street
and renn. a.cnue.
Great bargains In Clothing, Furnishing Goods.
Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes, on the coiner ot
Twentieth street and Penn avenue.
SMITH A CO , Clothiers, First ward, cor. Twen
tleth street and Pennsi lvanla at enue. Is tbe cheap
est idace In town to buy jour Fall and Winter
Call at the First Ward Clothing store and get
your Fall and l Inter Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots
SMITH A CO , Clothiers,
Cor. Twentieth street and Penn ar.
FIRST WARD CLOTHING HOUSE, corner Of
Twentieth slieet and Penns) lvanla avt-nur.
You can buy your Clotblnr. Hats, Cape, Boots
and Shoes chi ap, corner or twentieth, street and
Penosi lvanla avenue.
ATTENTION, HOLDIKItN AVI) Ml"?
Iali.ua, Hat Ing Just completed our assort
ment of Cnmu Furniture, ur would now respevt
fully Invite the attention Soldiers and Sutlers
Our assortment comprises In pad tht) following
Camp goods, ,!
Lamp Chests for messnf from four to six. Camp
Tables, t jump Stools, C in p Cuts, Camp Mattresses,
with hII fttiW articles of Cmn Furniture chIcuU.
ted to makeaae4iUer cnoifortable. Allot which
will l sold at he verj lTweit cash twloes at
No. S2S Seventh street, corner D.
T II I N CI NKW
uki f n t. tiiitisiinis
Now Is the time to buy) our Fall Clothing, at No.
48JSe.euth itrrftiuhnejcmcan hud all the latest
strle roods, at Northeru prices
Hoi ho I forSctenth street, No G0. Alsrgetn
loltnf Clothing, at ter) low prloes, No, 4Cu Sov
enth street, near F.
A new war to sa e Gold I Rut vour Clothtnir t
No 460 Se. enth street, opposite Post OHlce, at in
per cent, below the market price, In Treasury
smith's, io 460Setenth street, Is tho cheapest
House in town to ouy jour uotmng, Furnishing
Goods, Trunks, Hats, and taps. tcpSo 3m
XT A T I O N A I. I. 1 A N .
IHCVrr YEAR VIA PER CFAT. B0.VDV
U X I TH J) STATU .S
( Known a Ftve TuMtttits,ft)
Tbaff COUI ON D0ND9 In sums of iW. 1100, (500,
The It FOISTFRED BONDS In sumsof SfiO, tno,
)0U, $ I UO, and 3,iM,
(Jntrrttt commencing t date of purtkaw,)
rOlt BALE AT 1'AH Dr
JAY COOKK A CO., Baukcra,
45J Fftcaith ftrttt.
These Uoans are the
CltEAl'EST U0K11NUENT SlCUKITI
now In the market.
Interrtt payable itmt-annuaVy
Is equivalent, at present price or coin, to
u Pea Cent. In curivncj.
nov 26 tf
DO YOU KNOW IT I II j on do not, call at
SMITH A BK ALL'S, No. 301 Seienth strict
near K street, and buy j ourself a nice suit of Cloth
ing from them, as they sell cheap.
SMITH A BKALL,
No 301 Seventh street,
novai-utjanl Near K street.
I ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR
li new stock of Fall and W inter Clothing, Gents
Furnishing Goods, Hats, and Caps.
h -a ClottU"!, No. m Mrenth mett
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