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dtr MUrtW(W curiwtf'R'WWMiftr
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Mall iubKr1ar,.W pr'kMMlrM hf
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-"!" ajiuu. a Mhvtis. j.,"bim-
BiDgUAofia, Boeitai tt z t-iKU.
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We are finding room tut ii1paiBi6le''t,or
the big My lntereiliua; letters which are hronjM
from Jk,niompion'i,rf(W."lo OxfbrA,
Mlu. Tto following UaUe tan flndTOora
Tor la ills number! " "
Albert JT. CampieU (VoM Aofi
WAIBTHOTOIC," D. 0.7 '
i. u. k met B.
Ut nl Rii VnnrleMeWnfVAtATPrMI MitO
run amy to una, ana i attire a express nr
gratincauon mat ray coursejree.noicotieiaereo.
VICIOUe,,,,,, ,T j t 4. . . ,j. VJj
a am sauanra id in y own, nuna inai in. ran
tnel enemies of. joaattCat r AVaraulat
slroni of retting yon at ltmfrndt, mora for
bringing disrepute est rrr.tio Um ra
signed member of Mr. Baenanen't Cabinet
and hwplng obhnFponil4ie,BOBtnrn
menu than lor the leUlmlim of oraui
or Pletn. ntpiTlfcfaetw ho jonr
enemies arp,.i.n. tMoMoepjn.ta4 Ike .We-
B. A. anortbeteiMMaeknwjorjKlH
Fanny Sqaaen, who, though Aeti In lore with
Nicholas Nlcolby, Ml eoMcloas alii ttenwalle
ofhli exalted end manly character, jet when
the disarmed that he, did xioty reclpro," pro
feued to "pity bUlrtar. ftce ind drepttehlm."
My wirennUnwlrnueltfklndrenlembrancee
and high regard; for yourself and Mr. Thonip
ton, end tAif tayt he It foHne Botfth alt over.
I exMettottoHtbe-bulneai of bit deaaV'ia
oonaitbe"wlldrnfhafleroace' Oeetes, of
wrucn mere seem, iom Bq present prospect,
andretlgn. Thla Dprlniettirli,now tailed
the Department of eV aVd "rralrfii tMk-
ena'1 are Dlentr. The Admlntfrratlon eeemi tn
deTelopnopolicrat'yet' whlrA (akee bold of
rimer aecuon., ineynare nnt"cmi "reeierr
and wnMMrrjeace: MV onlnl&n lilhatlhannl.
Icy la ,to frpdudty datlep the. fact (hat the
Union la dliiolTed Itvoaldaoiido to break
thli nponthe ear of the tick man loo abruptly.
They alao appear to txr awaiting-the -action of
Virginia, and Virginia awaiting- their action.
They are In a dilemma, rrldnmy,1- between' Be
eeenlon and Morrill Tariff. I hare a latter from
Col. Bayleeof B. J... from ,Montgpmrx- (Il
ayt yonr people are terribly In earneat and the
ooner Mr. Llncoln'a admlnlatratlon knew It
the better. Pleue rccune the random character
of thla acknowledgment of your letter, and be
Here me, . r. ' -
Sincerely yonr friend. .,
1 Aunnt It. CAHniLu
Hon. J. Taoxnoit, Oxford, Mlu. - ,
T "IMl 'I CS-'tlC
fl.H. BU.I. nMlJttJlAMlI
JVM ft Xort iVo(M.,.jWLr Ik.
On thamornlna! bY Ibe 11th lna. afal. 6enl
Foetet left Newborn with, anadmnne and well
appolnfeo forehand proceeded, gmardpoldt-
Iwro.
A
ton
xw. a, auww .w w.a. vM J, vuaifuu r fiwal
and pnt to flight a body otrebel caralry and
two companlea of Infantrr. Vheadraneo reach
ed Bonthweet Creek, tha.brldMiacroea which
had been deetroyed, atllo'eleck, Ami. The
Ninth New Jeraey made a detour through the
wooda, creating tMvreeK at a point abore. and
rludtM rebel baHery stationed In the middle
of the toad dn thaMriftotlte aide of the atream.
Capt. Cbeaney, CoTX., II rat reaching the gun.
At about dnak the rebel adraacr, aome two
thouiand itrorig, made another ata,nd abont four
luun mw ud wi.juiiua iamb ctujiu now
Jeraey andMorrlaoa'e battery were tent vp to
feel thalr poalllon, a-ttnaiedi them brUkly
for tome thirty mlnuta,whn the, enemy fell
hackaaraln.. Oor-forcea then blronacked .for.
n InconilderabTe iklrmKh pccnrrM at Trcn
atnoofi oTrId.Mn'MMdi'Capt.MMheU,
k I. in;ai,ri, ,., i.rt t . J .
! Sunday morning, the 14th, the, main larmy
) coming np at abont 9 (O'clock, onr adrance
.'i. tha Ninth New Jeiner and UorHinn hitter.
i .. .r... . j. . '. ;
mored on abont a mUe, -wh,en a general engage
I' ment wllhtheenemr.7.0Q0atronp.eommeneed.
contlnnlng from loj a. m, to 3 p. m., when the
anemy, who were cloaely preaaed, retreated orer
the long bridge acroaa the Neute rlrer, and onr
army Tlctorlonaly entered1-1 KlnatoflJ'' Our Moea
In killed, wounded, and mining wll not exceed
1M. Among the killed Vaa Col.i Qray, of the
Nlnetylxth New York, who W( at, the head of
hla regiment, while leading .eeuCGcaiful charge.
Capt. Walla and Licit. Perklni, of the Tenth
Connecticut, were alao killed Loaa of the ene-
my not definitely ascertained. We took up
ward of BOO prisonert, among jfchqm were two
colonels and aereral other officers, and eleren
fleece of artillery, besides other captureatCol.
eckemaBUaluNewUertex'. and Col. Itnnt.
Nlnetyrterotd Ne 'Torki aieto be recommend
ed for jrm4Uftn to brigadier generalships ,for
dlstlnanlahed callantrr. nnt r t o
The strategy o Gen. Foster In the condnct of
toe expemuon-waiinoaiiuBaKnyana tnonrugn '
ly sncceasful.jjpur troops fought well, with
out exception. iTbsy were greatly elated, and
clamorous to be led on Raleigh.
Ths rebeli felted lr across1 the road? and
burnt bridge1. Id order to delay the progress of
onr forces, but the efflelenry and,aklUof H. W,
Wilson, tneciTU engineer oi me aepanmani,
with hla welMrauud corps of mechanic a,r toon
orercarne these obstacles and kept the army In
motion." "Thc'iltnatlon of the ground, 'upon
which the battle was fought was. such at to fn
' dcr It Terr dlfflcnlt to bring any considerable
body of troops lujo action., TTie rpbejs baTJog
the ojipartnnlry to eelect the battle cround. of
conrso,had decidedly the adrantage In position.
The Tenth Connecticut sustained 'a heurler
lots than any other rrglment engaged, end de
serre especial notice or.Talor and good dlaclpj
line, tucj uri,usut,j iMiuuiiuvi4 fuo rsiuia-
tlon won In former well-fought battles. ,The
third br!gsde,-Qen. Feck's dlsrlslon, Ocn. II.
W. Wcssell eommandlng, which was sent down
to accpmpany1ti)atxpeUtlon effectively sup
ported the advance," and materially contrlbnted
to the success of the movement.' flen. Foster
earnestly desires that these ycteran troops be
retained In this Department.
The new Massachusetts rcglmeAts engaged
displayed gn at coolness and courage under are.
Little Rhody, Btirnslde'a State, waaeir repre
sented by the Fifth Rhode, Island regiment. )
Company K,3diNew York cavalry,! Captain
Cole, charged afroea four doep ditches. Light
feet wide, and tool, seven pieces of rebel artil
lery and bronght them off In triumph, smoking
hot. ' ' "V " ' '
(len, "jotter, gives, Ctpt. James C. Blaght,
Chief QusrttrtnsBter of the Pepartmrat, high
pralso for the ample arrangements made tor
transportation ana the vigor and promptneas
I will! wuivu af uiuumi uy. HU vw miw iu.i
the celerity of the movement It In a great meat
pro aiUtbaUOA:, . ;
rJ Coi:idlle;TUra New Tort. Artillery, Act
1 Ing brigadier general, handled hlsbatterieawltb
' i Rrcat nmcleiic and skill, anil will, we under-
siauuiuq piviiiuiou bibu.
(IcnTFoster defeated the expectations of the
reueia m exuy panicniar.
As we go to press we learn that Ooldtboro'
and Vf eldon have f.llb, and that our victori
ous armlej are tUUInmotlen.
ISTA correspondent of a Richmond paper has
the following i ,
Ninnovr EsoArxorOksi Jicktbif'. General
"Utonewall" Jnckion, ho many almost believe
leads a charmed life) bad a very narrow escape.
He was witching the battle, and standing at
the time near an pot tree, when a bullet struck
not n)ort than two Inches above hla head. The
old hero continued hit obierratlout unmoved
liv tlm Ineldent.
An Incident occurred at the Summit on yea-
tcmay wntrp ts wortu rccormug. a crcucn
A man Incur service rode to this point Just at an
amputation was about to be performed npon a
r Yankee,wbowaa suffering great pain.- Bald
the Frenchman, on the Irpnulse of tWifcontent,
whlclj fjipy overcame hn; , "Br OaYl -what ' a
AUmt-F Wlio exerhearJof thellke? Ttottan-
warrarA iniaruiciiia in m rasLrBuauii arucia. i.b
loli wouia no. uu nonvs i uar lurgcuu uau
clilorofora tbat operation could be performed
Trltb llttli or no pain to tbe sufferer. Lincoln,
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Tb force of thla remark needa no WMAnt W
uwn ..a yii.ii.'i.. j, lliu.
pill
IX. Pi lOLONOIl'
M i- i aa a j tr
TfjtipixjiTioira'FOB dMiimrAsi J
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Baajwctraily aaao?aee ika' oniiwJoa oflkfir'aN
raantaantt'IUeVeaaufai'tMllTe leaeoa. la
addition to.lhelraanally Tajled jtfjkjwlU tj
fcuBdaUmaaiuMtloiiaf tltr i ' o'k
.tSi . i -a" T JTTf
mIh . .h4 m tttuA ltl 1 . ll II m Ilikj
IU uitratei aaa ota.ml.t'.Vn pUln'aad oHaftUrala)
budlngg.
A anerb atoek of t
. t)r 1 ift
.JJtOJ.OOHAI'HIC ALBSMtW-a
Tartety .j'
FANCY ARTICLKB,,,,,',
Eaprdally aut &; preU. f'i ' 1 '."
irsITrfa'Dtsrs.'rro'ia t to eta each.
TOHTFouosjamss, nirtt toots, t
ClCIOi C, W0.UCB(jX1, pppKCiJKS.j
(tout amd ears natciHctsKS. w .
,b1kiioils.MiMst4, Z '"!
i"","""'.,T- . 4 vlt J -U
MEXROPOUTAH BOOK BTOEE, "
.' 339 PealiirWaiiU'aTeuar,r
i Between Ninth and Teeth .trV
deon-TuWtjS " '
i j t j ,. i iuw 1 1
f'A wnwi) TW IfUCD. TRl'IT.
- UK. SWEET'S imalubu. unu4i.ni,
TIm rrl txtera&t rtatAljr of th . rreptrtd
tOHthanalDDriralttshsfBSwt, oLCofiatxtW
tut, tta ceUbrntcd bo actter, wboM Urn la u
rlrftlfd y that or aar llrlnf maa Jt U a certain
and Immediate eur lor RhtumaU-m, Oont.u
raifia, spraiDa, uruiiei uiu, vvoaaaa -orw,
Burnt, Scalds, PUei, Lumbac o. Haadach. ToaUf
BCOVa mi Bit IrUlVUHUalltJ uu jicrTuua VfMll
iuiiarniu jajurHi,, , tt,t j ,
All auffareri ahould rlra It a trial. . i
RIC.UUDSON fc CO froptUtor-. x
Tor Mia tW CHARLES STOTT. GeatralActnt
Or WBtWIITKWtajaaOttpyaAt ytairWt w - I
rebSi Hkwir -
EHSIONa i
r; ii
mao MwnuytKU a wpon. j i uttaejuM uu
rv atcUrtum m tjrwstu. f ntrmflatt4
by the lint) antliM of tU art, fm tU rOMHS.
vril i M HutrttdCm ttmn tit tHU MnaaW, 41
. as
auiaM, AXar
UTMCTLY COMPLIED WITH.' CommuiQlltK
or Pssaiosa.
"The Manual 'of Pension, Bounty sad Bouaty
Land LawLimibtlsked hvtke Morrti
ttoat, iw
letroa, D C.) it thV bXLf book bow-published,
All, the roJ(slawalrhisre,frrt wt-oCiheaa
prescrtbadby the reaaloa omor.iMo ether Maaual
tobefeuiiaialheatarketaaaaiesa. ''
If you want a KEUABIC ayivu a totsiaf
an Your Fansloe. Bouatv or lkHtntr land nabers.
aato FOBM, as well as substance, enclose wan
icBir niffli enu and sand to W. II. fc O. H.
Morrison, WashiaiteaO. CV aad the book will
be seat by mall to any pan or the vetted nates,
rauaerraw. ,, t oov sa-eoaetaiwt
w.
L.wauioo, i f .,n.
Are now recelvtavoa eoauutaloa rrara tke
M Narthsrn MaAufaetorlts h
A XTRV LARGE AND EXTENSIVE
. , rf lilBTOCE DI IJIL.r , 1
n l1 ' ij R e'.' ' A
M.hortiTr.' Walrli? f. aud hafttUJli Wardronel
n .1 j.LVrf.l.'"., " -
Walnut, Mahorsay, Marble-top, and Plain Bu-
anrtt.TtteJeteVArm.rtar.Vriii Parlor Oialrt
H4tnay Llad, rreucb, Cottage, Plain, and other
Parior, Cane, and Wood-ieU th'trrt anVllock
" art ...- . .. ,-" - ....
Hair ana snuex i titretirs, ooitiert ana miowe
Comfortr, BlaaketS' . , ,
cantTables, Centre Tables' ,
, MarbTc-topTabtcaY Children's Ch tin
Mahocaay aad Walnut sideboards
Whataota Etacares, Hat Racks
, Marbla-tep-and Plata Weshttaads J uai i
luralal Three-ply. andoOierCartxttOIWoth
Mtb a large variety of Gootli tn the Pttrniihiar
llae, all of wMTh ""'t "' trt -i-.t fi
ttof k, and offtrt Indatenentattparttti bnytag, at
theGoodtare oftooddualltymCallatthelrraite
aad apaclous saletroomt, In the rear or their aue-
tlon rootne.
W. L wXu a ca.
'del
,. M i AucUpneer.
South cr Pa. nr and tth at.
NOTICB TO PIaA TER1XI.
, .(en? at,, .in . r , v e t
trnopotata'wlllba received at the oflaaof tk
BureaiiurOonitrnctlo until January loth, IB,
for plaeterlog tha walla. ceUUse, x , of the halt,
corridor andrarioui apartment of tha watt tac
tion of the Treaauir Eatenalon. -i '- 'i
BlddertmuitttattharrieperTar(l,faemfaa
far. Tha who! work will require) 'three eoat of
lime, aharp tand hair of proper proportion aa ahall
be approred, the whole to b flnlahad In Ihn beet
manner for palntlne; throughout
Tbe Bureau reierree the right to reject aay or all
tha bid, If eonttdered for the latere, of the Gov
enrol at to do o No bid will be eon ildared unlet
In conformity with thla adrertltement, and t ao
aompanled with proper guarantee that th bidder
wm execute a iBmiaeiory ooairaar; '
Fnglneer In charge Treaaury Tieparlmcnt.
iP Full cite drawloraof kiouldlnn and itbrd
ule of quant tt tea can b teen atihia office.
oecTJ eot Jan 10
TEAS!
H TEA.-SU
TEAS!!!
CHOICR OOLONG THA. 00 eenta per pound.
cry choice do do. 01 do.
Finest Gunpowder do. 01 CO du.
Choice GuupowUer, fl per pound.
ery cnoic aamuyiixeaKiaic iea, niperpounu.
All of the above Teaa ar of uticr aualftv thaB
Can be had elacwhere at the aame price, aa 1 re-
cci.emy Mairo. jron piacaoi growm.
r "iaasraare inn i ni nun n
-have Jmt recelt ed a tmall Invoice of beautiful
l-tlllllBTaf 1 fl DtICeaEikriBl
Bsdt.nrtD A.ncijucrc-u vnni uunriu. vaeaa iurii.
Caned Ivory and Sandal Wood Fan, Puxxlri,
WM CORWIN BUBOV,
de2o 3t Corner I and Re. t nth street.
247. GOSLING
IIK8 T AUBAN T,
ff FORMERLY OF NEW YORK.
247.
The Proprietor of thla Favorite Reatauraat
merely uftirt a conunuaoce oi mat genvrou pai
ronar which b heretofore been beatowed, fulli
atlintxl of hi ability to convince tha Dublin thai
hla eatebUshmeat rank eisopg th teit in the
Oil) i
THE VERY BEST THR MARKET AFFORDS,
of all that the appetite ean crate, either to eat or
ariOKt cn oe ODiaioeu a.
THE CQSLINO RESTAURjVNT,
No 217 renn'a.aienue,
bet. 12th and 13th it
N. B. At the requeat ol many cuatomrri, Ibe
proprietor ha arranged to make a reduction, tn
regular boarder, of au per ceut on the regular bill
A? fj.a " AAt Aa
"I St. ) "et "
-TVO VOU.UBfOW ITfnif jroudonot.calUl
--' om.thIwOISAll'bS no. soi seventh air.,
near a. atreet and .buy, yonTaelf n nice ml.
Clo.hlogtft'pmthrm)aatheyl.aya Juat rccttrtd
new and iplcodld aiiortmot.
dot 21 dtjanl
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The followleg It Korrect Uat of en tit oe
pltala; la tie abort ehlae; with their loeatlona
and the inrgtta la thereof aachi
Ateenalon B. between Mb aadi ICtb atneta,
JjlO.I)Orr.iA K-n 1""'J! rj i If '
oAaOeaaloo-Ilr! Bmltn'i CUb,U between
V JUWJWIllUal I WW I Will II, UIUtXB9 fU, W","
aMIttrwa?Ii7fjDo?V'::' "' ' J
' Aim oryArmoty Beware, Tlhat,. D-W.BIIm.
.Alaxaadria-.latilrlilon Alexandria. J.X.
'Mflj.-,.it:..,!(iur 1'J
Mexanana, h oira ton Aiexannna. i . a.
iiKMorlk-A)xamdrle. Edwin
CaaWrta-ii at. aoath. eaat of Cafittol. W.
t' irar,i J iit) iw -f rr I ,1 3
i Xllfbnrae Slat tt. Henry Bryant.
-CorMnblan 14th at., Col. Col. T. A. crotn.
HGolWa nabrretown. i J. M. Brown.
, Craatm4.BuBaptlatCkitrch,etbadEati.
t.CraKh-35nltarfaa"Ch'utch,(Iiti and'D stt.1
A.Wynoop: '' " r" '
txauaiyeXM ana par.-pnanear AiexanuriB.
J. n.jWythaa.' r ' ' , r I
' IruabihSreetHJeOrgebiirn. n.'d.'w.
Bbeneter eth, near O tt. west.', W. X. WaJ
sent - vtr f j- '
-Ecklngton Qales's house, NY. are. 8. A,
Btorrow. ".
Emory 11 m. east or CapltoU Wm. Clcu
denln.
EpIphanyCr bet. IStb and 14th sts. James
sVvan. .r.l. i- I hi
KrDhany-rBapUtt Church., 13tU bet. 0 and
IL lit. , James, Bryan. .
Fairfax-Seminary 4 miles out Alexandria.
David P. Sntlthl"' 'si. - o
' Finlev N. Y. ate.. nearOalrs'e farm. J.
Motet. r v, .3 K u i
iHarewood Ttb street, corroran'e tirm. t.
AntlseU.
Island Hall Corner Virginia avenue-and Oth
street. Wm. Hayes.
Judiciary Square E street, between 4th and
5th. Ches. Page. ,
, Katorama Zlst street, nesr Boundary. R.
J.'Thoraae. '
Mt, Pleasant 14th street, near Boundary,
C. AJUcCalL
Odd Fellowa Itall K St., near Navy Yard.
W.E. Waters. ,r
Pltent Office Mb street. "A. Thompson.
.Presbyterian Chnrrh Georgetown. ll,Knlrk.
Bvland Ctapelb 'street, corner lOtb.Island.
Y. B. liniibarit. .
Kylaad Chapel Of ace Church, P strict, cor
ner 8th. V. B. Hubbard.
Seminary Georgetown. Landon Weill.
.' Stone 14th atreet,1 near Boundary P. Glen-
.nan. i . -.ii-
)7A-to.. . .. ... W...... Da.n.t.
,B(,r.illBuetn luaenoAajiuin, mwt, uoibuvu.
u. ilinienoii.
ut.Aioynpa a. street, netweea tss bbu.u,
T.B-fiaahelU. ,r ' ,., ,
TTInllv (3 street: cOnteV 3d. A. J. BtXtar.
TrinltyPrlntlng omoe,' corner Sd street and
Indiana avenue. JUJ.Olaxtar. m
, Trinity Church Georgetown, ,M.F, Bowes.
Union-Chanel OOth. street, near Pennsylvk-
nUattnnV. W. H.'Britler. ' '-'
Union note! Corner Bridge-end Washing
ton streets, .Georgetown! i Geo. fi Btlpp. ,
4Joartnnatter,a-i-lTttl ttreetr ' '
XjlAM. AND WDtTBR(OpODB.
itlUTABT AND CIY1HAX.
.i :: i i ii
WALL, STFPIIKNS fc CO., are now opening
their Fall and Winter Goda,embraelnc flae Crest
Coats, Poetkla Pantai VetisTac. A large and well
selected Btoek of Baa heavy Overirtati We have
alee a eom plete astortuent ef Duttaeas Butts, made
lathe moat durable maaner;voraters will and our
Military Gooita desirous to their wantt Heavy
ASoollen Blaaketi, tor-camp Ute at reainnable
prlaee. . WALL, STr Hpjts a t-o ,
r MH bubb.bIu.bI. aaaaild taaBraUk
' 393 ffoowlvanl nreadbel
5,4 ia;U aad Tenth
atraetr.
DETECTIVE PEPAnTeHBNT, tftwt
- MvrxorouTAN rottCE,
I No. 010 Klertnth etrttt wtit,
iiwr fAe corner of VniMteontai amiut,
tia nnblle nr hereby informed, that all oaiea
raquirlor tha serirlena oi! dataetlTa offleer will ba
prompt It and esxefullr Attatuled to. "fr of
cAorpe' open applleatlon belnf mad at the Fo
luneadquartere. No. tUO KU Tenth atreet weet,
unaeranpetTuionni
IuDrlnlandent or" Metro polltaa Po.lca.
. nov 90 3aw3m
milOUAR K. laLOYD.
r a rrnBiepv run nrittJ amtJ.
AND AQVKT TOR FBOCUKINd
Bounty Land, Pension, Arroara
of ray, Fatra ray, c ,
i . WASHINQTOND. C.t
VIII give prompt and efQclent attention to tha
aroaoutlon of Claim of every dekcrlptton against
ibe Government, and make no charge unlet uc
Mafnl.' '
Both refarencec and charm for aervtce will be
maeH aitjtafactory. -
tjf Penafona secured for soldier wounded ordls
fated during the extatlog wari alto, for the widow
and orphan of aoldler who bar died from wound
or dlea Incurred while ta the United State ser
vice! alao, nounty,Mpnejr for the belra-ln-law' ot
luuen, ucoeaaca auxin; ta ra.ts.uii; war.
-a divided with attornrr or other dcmod for-
warding butlnetl. , .
The higbeat prteea paid rot Land warranti.
T mr Addreta . ,
THOMAS ST. LLOYD.
Attorney for Claimant.
No. 010 seventh itreer,
, (, , Washington, D. C.
N n Editoraof rjaDerinubllahlnctheabovecard
will be entitled to my icrrlcei to the amonnt ol
tkal. Bil,mBkBl T. V l
,aeo i-w
NQTlCEs-NFMBERS OF CObOREIS AhD
stuanqchs visiting washqton
will And it1 touch lo their advantsre and nersonal
comfort (If rooming out) to take their mrafa at thla
wen vnown anqiongei.aDuanca nciuuruv. iu
subicrlber haaapuedno expeaia In renuioK hi
rat Ire establishment, which fclntendedexeluaTrely
for a flrtt-claa Gentlemen' Reataurant, where may
be found all the comfort of a private home, and on
vnr mrutrat tcrUa ' ' r
Gentlemen ar particularly requetted to all be
fore making arrangement elsewlierr
nor S eolm BftS Pennsylvania avenue,
GRAND ADVAMCK OP THE AlUlV OP
THE POTOMAC, and all tha itorc at try
ing up the prices of their goode but SMITH J.
Br ALL, No 301 Seventh street. W ar able to
aell good clothing nearly aa aheap a ever. W
bar been fighting against high price for the last
year, and our atock now la good, and w are able to
aell at low price
SMITH Is ell tit ..main the market picking up
goods at old price, and that la one reason w un
dencl! all other. Wa hare the means and ability
to aell aheap, and wa will do it, aa our customers
want Good Clothing at low prists, and w are Just
tbe men to aell It to them. A call 1 solicited at the
CiJAi CLQTUWQ 1I0VSV of
SMITH fc BEALL.
Clothier,
No. 301 Seventh street,
nor 21 MJaU First door belmrthemtrket
iT i FUOITT'H
LUMBER TARD
"Br'sffn BTKrEE'T,
boatb of .nnsflvaata Avsntl.,
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mror " w-, --
. ) .sCfenMEIaktentSMarfaMnwrsi-T'
1 i Waaklaatoa, A (-, 1A, teal.-
ivarrn aanpnaaiA will laaetlrad atthlt
riirn annpnaaiA will
sBMuttltatuMtylretrtk (ur c
It o'clock av , tor formtaklag tM WoVer
(MOO)tweaiHlre hianaJlKisea,
uewinptr, ai
pralaaal with
(MOO) tsalMrt kundrad Mtitettax vksi uuow
iacdnetlptka,XIi t,'l M:l!'
f CAVAUIT. ,(" I
For Cdry',(tAoe)aa ItaMataasI'kre huadrad
anaa.msatiak utaaata IU1 afiMM hands aaak
bat was ava and eleht yaase olaaea af dark etfefei
wall brokMtothVidluiiio?JiTfc1.ollt,aia
rnrnmalranMal -.' ITTr-'ir
n 'ill '"mil wTl f1 jftijrrtr
laS, batiraea Cve'aad H6 jtmefasVn at dark
ilnVtt IVa fHHa ajTtisSMSB? WTatt atweum to har-
bmi Mttpaeily aaus, and to welxk aet less tkaa
miajpauwuKt ac'-'iiirr,';'! "
,i wjWiL,L, , ric
tlii full um ut anai sttsa ailitiaas af the bid
der must appear Inthe propoaal. ij .
If a bid la made la the naaw of a Mt i V aaaatt
tt all Ike tmrtlei atnst appear. mWift will be
eoastoarad as the tadl vidua! tiitssittl BBfyanf
inopoaalt tm aVaieral jmrttn tdlt nlUmut.
end, aad a oath pf allegiance mutt accompany
eeeh proposition " , . .
I IUJIVBUI HIHI iPnilT iwi-nnw .n viu ,
for Cavalnrer Aril
llUBiy IIIJIBBl, Bllll IB KB Wmm BIHtt
LiomMBUKiroatnsiamapapvr., i r
If any bidder wlskasto prepoaa for both classes,
he mutt KrwaM two dtttiait prapOtals one for
each elast, reiaalttt In larlf and havlag no "trer-
eMtwitiewwrpn'73Bui7iiiTHBimMir.
Froposab utt be addretead to Cal. ll H, Haek-
mr. OiikrlBriBtttflr 13.1. BflttV. WathtoCtOU. D. C .
and should be plelaly maratd ' rropetala for
f.r"-" OOABANT-Ei:.
The ability at; tat blldtf to all thl eoarraat,
should It tw awarded te htm, mutt be guarantied by
two responsible pertont, whose tlrnalurea mutt be
apptudea to tae luaraaiae.
pptoai
fna i
ihown by
VINIHIUUIII Wl
onalblutv of the ausrsatera mutt be
IV tl
he omelsl certtlteafe of tht citrk or the
nearest DUtrltt Oourt or of tha United sum Dla-
I met Attorney. ,
Btddert mutt be present Innerton
are opened, or tkslr proposals will a
when the bldt
osaaaiLor tkelrnronoaals will aotbeMaald-
Boiuls equal In smotut te eae-haff the sum t&he
reeetvid ea tbtBOBtiart(tJartbylht toBtrtetor
uaranuin, win HBrcuuirru in uiv
UBAB tM-BlBB 1ht BABlPBOt.
As the bond must ataompsDy the contract, It will
be nfccBiarjr for bidden to bava their bond men
Wlin IHrH 0f IV ejeta auvu aaa aaaitBitaiitvu
and raadyto ba produced tfben th contract la
lined.
BUtO
nka far bo&djcaa banroenrcd upon applUa
tlon brine raada at thla offlcr, either pertoaallftbjr
letter, or nf telejraph
form cf Gwnantte,
We. . or tbe count r of , and State of,
tut) , ot the county of aad State or . do
hmthr hrtiirant r that ! able to fulfil a con
tract, lo accordance with, tha terau o( hla plop
tloa, ana mat iDouiu dm propoiiuoo te atroeiticu,
he will at once entrr Into a contract lo acroraancf
therewith, ? . .....
f ahould the contract be awarded hi a wa are pre
pared it DeeoiM ni eeeurmee.
1 rtnlevuaranteaiottttba appended, tha o Octal
IltSlECTIOf.DrLIVrRV. ic.
All Hojaaa contracted for under thla adrertlea-
sient will baaittjeeiaa to a rigw inipatxiaw. ana
thoM not conforming to the prclncatlona will be
rejeciea.
Nn IfeMt uvlll ltd M1J.
The lloraea mmtbe ttellrered In thla clt r, within
twenty da from the date of the contract end no
exttiuion oi Um. will ba granted on aay pretext.
iromiae aaieoi me conuicit mna
time will be granted on ear pretext.
Payment to ba made upon the completion of tha
eonuaat, or to aoon thereafter aa lha Depot Quar
icrmaaver man iw in inuaa.
'Any Informality in tha bid, or nononforalinc
wttkthatCTmaof thla adertltamentr will loeura
the reject loo of the propoaal.
The Horaee iwlll le awarded Id lota of (tM) two
hundred eachf unleaa the Depot laluartermaaur
ahould deem It for tbe Intrreet of thr Go ernment
torarrtbanna.ber. '
The Depot Quarter maater reearraa tohlmaelf the
rlcht to rejtat anj" or all bid that he may deem too
hub " if
D. H.TlVCKrR,
roloner and1 Depot Quartern alter,
dea 14 din tf jn .
Edward KTrtt( Reply u ClH-h
t . .
nr romcat rtm.
What have w fn America t
U a'va wonder rreat nod rrandi
We hare the essence of the earth,
The cream of every land.
Our mountain are magnlflcCbt,
Our river are Immense.
And each man ha a kingly t) le,
w if not n king's expense.
our thlra ar known to all the world,
The farm cannot ba beat
Our cities, full of luxury,
Ar famoua for the neat.
We've orator and authors, too,
With intellect of forcet
We'r railroad Mattered everywhere!
And oo Professor Morse.
Our girl bar beauty, wit, and grace,
They're charming, sweet, androf,
Sut, then, the grundttt thing we ha a
I known as great OAK HALL,
Wherethe fall and winter stock of flrst-cl cloth
ing Is now randy la extra abundance and greatest
variety, Allth new-style Overcoat, Sack, Bual-
neaa Coot, reg top rants, . , leiung at prices an
low that arerybody will buy and be M It fled
J BRUCE v CO,
(Oak Hall,)
No. iCt, Seventh street near F,
nor 31dtJanl Two doors below Smith'.
AMPLICATION for DupU.ate Land
Warrant..
Annlikt Inn h.vlB.b.n mail, under th. .et of S3d
June, tteo, for th. relssus of ths Lead Wttrsnts
desctlbed hrrels, which ar. allrtcd to hare been
lost er atltroyeu, none. It nercnr sivrn iu.i, bi
the dste fellowlaf, thadetcrlptloaot each warrant,
anew .truncate of like t.norHllI be Issued If uo
v.lM Ahiaflllnn thnnlit then .mietr.
No. IS.7US, for ISO acret. Ittued uod.r the act of
March. 1060, In the nameolArnold Harrington, and
wat ar.ntea September II, I8S1 January s, 11
No SS.4e4, for teo atret, Ittued under tbe act of
March, lead. In the namet of tb. minor children of
Daniel F. McCune. dtcetted, and was granted uct
VZ,lH-UBIlUBrj 11, low. .... . ,
No. too stt, for ted acres, ittued under the set ol
Olsrcn ISU, in in. ubcdi Antri Aiii-ii, nun wnt
ar.nted tl.rch l, ltcs-Janutry 19, 1M1
No lOOttU. for ltd acret, Ittued under tbe let ot
nitron, lean, in in. name oi iiacun, wiuow oi ucu.
H.rner, and wat (ranted Jeauai) t, tSoi-l ebruar)
B IMt
No 07.700 Idr 110 acret, litueil under the act of
Mircn s, IBM, in me n.nia oi nm vritier, nnu ivta
mnlMt rhrilltrv .. 1.37 SurU.rV &-. I8.J
No S,tta, for to ai.ret, Ittuetl under th. act of
sepiemncr, ioMi,in iiiennuipu, uuniiiKHniBiKMij
and wst irsnte I July eth.iasi-M.rcH t. twii
JOSEPH!! UAHRrTT,
Coiamtttlonir,
VKW VUnit ntlHlNKBH.
LAW. FINANCIAL A51D COLLECTING.
IKVOICI BILLS A BUtlNISI HOTES NIOOTIATID.
FaoTEsrcu Notes aho ucrcancu Accounts
BOVOHTAMU CoLLCCTCU.
STOCKS AND BONDS BOUOIIT AND SOLD
FXCLUSIVELT ON COMMISSION.
aOYEltNMKNT CLAIMS BOUGHT.
By O. Z. HOUSE,
Counsellor at Law,
Al Ntttau atreet, New York.
ty Ten yetrs In State and United Stales Courts
Advice irttli. spit
1; ' IS It BAH-aKNT'S
J AWN1NO, tLAO, AND
UNION TENT FACTORY,
No. S30 Peuusylyauln .veuur,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
SUTZJUIS1 AND ARMY TENi.1
oh Binn oa uiria to okdir.
Awnings, Fltgi,Tenti, Mill Btgt, Hone Covin,
Bigot, Wftgon Lorvrt, . , rn.u. ai tnori aoiic.i
wy t tf
CAMP BTOVaCB I '
"cAMPSTOVrtll ,.,..
, . VAi'irttimi jiii
West DOW manufacturlnd QAMP, IOOK aad
HEATING STOVK3, which we will aell by tha
thtt
tlQ
doxen or hundred aa chean aa t hy can be bourt.i
iviMt uwy a.a ir? ihiui u
t. II. fc 11 I ORi-UURl,
Baltimore. a. . i unauuni.
dot ll 931 Ft&n. aTanuatntarltb itrtst.
ynn. tttj rrn ttjt
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a ya ff'TiS ir .ifm'.eamir
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0 RO U NIX
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COFFEgSII J
TO B AC0O8III
A large Invoice of the above armies are now
islncrrertrte.'andftjrtaiaby,, ,v,rUW ''
a J, JkOWlt,
.) '"--CeBUaktroa.'AVaktr v
No. a, WaaMagroa BulMlag,
atvewt street aid Psaa.'avteus.
, 8UTLKK9 TAKI' NOtlCIt4'
1 3 . Jl flit JIV
'" - 1- '
TwUVpoBdpaka. .. "
TMUaS,lCs 11, ;is'UaUM pound fcoxtiC1 L"
laWdtotaat4ylsetcWka , , I, I
vmniutmmtoKii''.
Mcklaa U S down boxea. . "
Oam Drops In X poand papera.
Oun Drops la 0 paund boxta."
RfUni Id boxai and boxea.
IVpper ta 9 onata papara and in I froea boxaav
Eaijilth fttuatard In Vpoond papata and eana,
EalUh Muttwd m X aad I croaaboxae,
Fraatrred Cberrlae In bottlaa.
rifa In Stf pound drama and I pouad boxaa.
.Latnon iyrup la bottlaa.
PLUG TOBACCO.
FINE-CUT TOBACCO,
CIOAAS.
for aata bjr
a i. BROWH.
'No. , Waihlnftion Butldlni',
"crentbatraatand Ttkn. aranue ,
WuUnftos, D. C
rivj tme oprjoEBa av tub aiiut.
jut arrived, ny oirect Importation peasttamsr
Fulttn, from Eutopea very Una aad latfs assort
neat of Marine, Oprsf Flskl Glattas, sad tie
scopes, which I will Mil a vary little above the
cott In Paris. As to the qualities, then are none
superior to be had, hat lag beenaelected perpotelv
for Ult marktu Alto, a large aad well-aisorted
irocn ot .opera, masses, aueroscopes gold, surer,
and steel Spectacles and Eye Glasses, suited to tha
tight by tha i)fa a' aa Optometer. A eooalderahle
number of certificates to bs saea at my oflae, from
gentlemen who have been salted at my establish
ment, 425 JVnitipfoanlii avenvi, betwtn bvr-tfisd-d-"'
'An end 5Irrt Kr,
My Ksiabllshmtlairp alalra.
GUuttUttJ le suit. Tha trade supplied.
Ottlr-ly
N
AtlONAI. LOAN.
THE NEW
IX FSB CKBJT. BOBTDbV
of the
UHITBD BTATEB,
PAVABLR
TWEMT? TEARS FROM DATE,
(Or sft.r flve tears, ar option orthe Oovtrnmtnt )
THE COUPOIC DOHD,
la sums of
FIPTY DOLLARS,
OVR HU.fDRFD DOLLARS,
rivr HUNDRED DOLLARS,
and
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
THE nBOMTKRED DOXDfl,
la sums of
FIFTV DOLLARS,
OSE IIUNDRFD DOLLARS,
Tl)F. HUNDRED DOLLARS,
ONE THOUSAND .DOLLARS,
FIE THOUSAND DOLLARS,
aad
TIN THOUSAND DOLLARS,
INTEREST QOMMLNCINn AT DATE OF PUR
CHASE, And payable semi-annually
IN GOLD!
These BoNasare the
CHEAPFST OOVt RNMI NT SECURITY
now In the market,
The laterett, at present price ot coin, being equiv
alent to a rca cert. In currencj.
FOR SALE BY
JAY COOKE St CO.,
BANXFRS
l3 Fifteenth Street,
DEALEBt IK
COI'i.Kf.VEAr JJOYDV,
TltCJSVRV A01LJ,
CnrC4TES,
ARMY AM) NAIT I OVCIICRS,
roj.v, cvRREiicr jad f:ciuhav.
dee lo tf
iruv a t l PLIU a .
OrricE or the CaiEr QCAaTEaM.iTEa,
ABMV Or THE POTOMAC,
Watblniton, Seidember SO, 181
PftnPnSALS .ra Invited foe fumlthlnx for the
use of the army of the Potomac the followtnf- ar
il uct
'U TWlh Wei " a? Cto"b.
iiiatlin.1 fh.r.an.
J,OUO,0(XI butnelt Ol u.ia. oi in. n. ouau.r, lu
Irnntr mtcka. Will wed.
'eiitewcu.
7,000 cord Uak and Hickory Wood, well ea-
Fach bid must ba accompanied by the endorse
ment of two responsible persona that the contracts
Ulini nuu v, i.. wb. .,iii.i.j
If awarded will be fulfilled.
lti.la will h nnatned from time to time at the ar
ticle may be needed, and contract will be awarded
fur the quantities needed, te the lowest respooslble
l,iiLI nn in tha time of onenlne
The right 1 reserved to aoirpl all or any part ol
h bid.
PrniM.I
iioaals shouM be endorsed " Proposal for Hay
or Oat,' or ' U aod," aa t he case may be, and en
close In separate envelope
RUFUS I NO ALL.
Lieut Col and A. D C, Chief Quartermaster.
aepSt-lf
W
A TEH NOTICE.
in ennaeauenceof the lownestof the water In
the General Reerrolr It will be necessary, unless
great economy of water la practiced, for the Gov
ernment soou to shut oil the supply to cltlsen en-
fH.
All (versont are, therefore forblJJen to usa tha
hydrtnti on Penntj Ivanla. venue, or on any ttriett
or avenuea under tha car. .nd tuptrrlilon of th.
Commlttloner uf public Bulldlnge, for watering th.
Uriel, or psv.mruti, or for any prlvats purpos.
.vhatavae.
And all persons using ins wsi.r are urgenuy ao-
netted to be at ecoaonuoai in lit ut. a. pottim.
B B. FRENLH,
up to Cnmmliiionir nf Pubtli Buildings.
-KTOTlCEniNNKIlH, NUPPSRS,
XV liaris, s-rivais antt rnuiig rariici.
Tha Subtcrllier, at the urgent request of the C1t
, or Waahlneton tnrl til. Publlu ren.r.llv. h.l
Item of Washington and the Publio cncrally, ha
now retumad hit oubald. f.mlly builncit, In th.
now resumed
UpplTlOfc of
DINNERS, PARTIES, SVPPERS,i NEATDISHES,
fint ta anv ntrt of th Cltr at the Shortest Notice.
and will be superintended by tbe Subscriber In per
1 he proprietor woull also ber leave to remind
bis Patron ol this branch, that tha late Store
and Saloon ha been changed to a Oentleraen1 Ra
taurant. Th Ladle who will favor lilm with
their ratronajre will nod, on tht Mcond Floor,
handsomely furnished Reception Room, lo which
Mrs. OvuTira will be happy to receive their or
tWri. fc.iitrit.ca bv tha lrlvefe Door
LaUAUTirRt
MT I MJim wl rennsylvnl avenu
" No S1I Pran Art , Waimisotok, D C
Books bound la every style Turkey, Morocco,
Russia and Calf, jeT,
Ai J r R arsit
rtK MltT 1'OAt sirnii m nrlVrg jlulqJfli tmml I
iijjj I ai'iikjji-lh,v . j
nvntUtlTJWniintt)nr M'all
,aM;
WallaFrf-
fjti jsai'ptrrtT a Urt ,ia Bl
ivM e'trl eJ) .tullfiri) -tttit t
cao.'int ilnBiaj
mcisu let ii ee
:t rJr'Ht'iv'fira
Bl
lijEDircAiifJNirn;
til
pi tact. lMTITUT,,w S3 , nt
- - . b-wm. amiMu i anira. ... i . .i.
V. Mfm ''"V ''9W
" riVW""fc'ifflvIrr' n
mm net" iuirU'of Hi Vawka 'ouartar
BTatiBnitBattkeBBstfadnkatBau r'
A&nscsBtsstaxs Z
fJ-ur,puri4iu,rwa,
AdvsiiidflisBBi ta rtallsi Tsissa aad' iJil" "-
Ea-vrBdrgw-tSv tti.rWa. OT,
t ndaertngta)sic'oiiovf u uiottl
-,ir.zaiiittiwtgi4veiavaimjBBiatiaBtl
aaatatyjeaeret ha eaa spare m Vaeirkla avs5
eaitrtlsttlBW. if"'' - ' a '
.Tf ' . lt.aitiMiMeia.
aothieglor Ken aadBoys wear. that the market
eaa prodneej and our prices, for chespaess, and du-
raouiiy oi our goooa, oary competiuon. (Our
neighbor Smith, two doors aboveso long'noted for
selling clothing less than any houss In the city, In
aprlrate eoaveraalloa, seknewledged to til that
our Soya' CJothlof was the best raada and sut goods
he ever aewiead, If the 'altlxsaa of Vraahlagton
were posted la the goods I hava, my store would
be overran with ladles and geatlerata la want of
slothing, aad I only wish to have you ealt and see
our beautiful assortments of slothing, and I think
tharourprlsaeaadfooda will awrethaapay yen
for ealUag at the Lcadlag Clothing House, No. M
Seventh street, near F street, two doors below
smith's.
Everybody knows Smith, but, Instssd of eelllng
athla place, com. In two doors below,
N B. lhtrestpttltlwortattylothiLaillet,
that t can please them better than ever la Boys'
Clothlti, at my stock exeela earthing ever had.
f. Bauer; a co ,
Formerly at Odeon lull,
' aorll-dtjanl Now at Otk lull.
N
KtV INVEMTIOlf
ARTIFICIAL CLFOPLAST10 BONE TEETH,
witnout metal puu or clasp, by
DR. B. B. BIOEBMOND.
010 Broadway, New Yorkf and 900 Penn avenue,
u.ffrar AvTiiiujma iDinvtaui til ,
WASnlHOTON, p. C.,T(
Call the attention of tha public to the following
ad v ant area of hit lmoravad ar.rt.tni
lit. The teeth of hla manufaetur will nerer cor
rode nor chang color by any adde, and ar thi
loarthaUxnterthan aorothen , v
9d Nofeeth nor roota need b xiraeted.u tha
artlflclal ones can be Inserted orer them.
ad. Tht root will b made inofliiMlra and never
to ache. , ,
4th. Notempotaryteethar needed, aa permanent
one ean be read Immediately, thereby preerving
ino DBHurau r.
the old system, I
the natural exprculoa of tbe face, which, ttadtr
is pin tyiicpi. it irvaurniir uilniurn
tth. Thltworkht.brnfullrt..ted,lbrorerflve
years, by many of the flrst chemlitt and physicians
of this aad the eld country.
Dr a. has also laveatcd a while ladertnutlU.
metal BlUnr.nith which the moat tutltlve Ueth
eaa be fllled without pain, aad eaa balld op a per.
foot eouad tooth oo aay side roots, which will last
tbrauab a lifetime.
Hi refers to the foHowtaj sentlemcaiPr. V. Mott
Dr. Doremut, Itofettor of Chemtttryi Hon. A.
Mann, Jun Capt Crabtree. Mce PTCtfdent of the
EaUsrstlon; Company f New Vorki Hon. Indra
warn., oi m. Biuircma uiurt, oi watninsron, u,
C l aad thou.and. of others.
Call aad examine for yourselves, nov
PIOIPCCTUI
or THB
WEEKLY NATIONAL BEPUBLICAN.
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of Deeembcr, I860, the publication, In toll city.
of a vreeal; newipaprr, rslled the JVmlonpI 1U-
pnetrceu.
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!) fort j-lwo Inches, and It fomltheil at the low
I price, stated below.
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Coagress, and or the other Depsrtmcnts of the
Nstlonal Government.
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ners, and Urtnarr Ortans.verr-ueneflctal la Uropar
Oeuti sad JUieumatl. aOVetlon.
I STEER'S WINF"
Is not a mlatnre or msnamorarnl article, bat I.
pare, from tlie Jutee el the rertartlBsmbueiis
arape. cultlr.tMl Id N.w ittttf, recommandn) by
superior to anv other Iocs la vte. snd sn
eiMllent article for all weak and debtlit.lnl p."
torn tad the aced aad loans, Imerovluf ithe jppe
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A LADIES' WINE,
Deetute It will not Intoxicate aa other wlar t, ss It
eontalbs t milatare of spirits 6r other Kqnora. and
Is admired for Its rich, pecuUar never, andnutrltlva
propertlM. Impartlna; aheslthv tons to the dilut
ive or,at, and a bloomlnt;, soft, and haalthr tkln
and eomeleiloo.
XVE REFER TO
A fen- Well known tmtlemcn snd pnyslclsns who
nsve tnea v e n ini
Co.VUO.USoott,UJA.
Cr.WUioa,llthtt,N.V
Dr.Ward,Newerk,'N I
Dr roucrierry,NewarlK
Gov. Mortt i, N T state.
DrJB-UiU jn.N.TClty.
ur. raraer. " v. tiiy.
Die. DercyB.meholl.rl ew
ark,N.J. Dr. Marer. New Totlc.
Dr. Paltt, Pllllad'a.
S-Nont renutne without the elcnature of "AL
D steer, rustle. N. 1 ." It over the cork
each bottle ..... ...
EJTHAHS; UilE THIAli Ul im ivinfc.
For Isle by Dnirrltti and all rlrst-clssi Dealer t
Trade mppUed la Baltimore by 1VN, 11. BROW N
ItBRO.
A. SPEER, Proprietor.
VtatTAan Panels, New Jersey.
OrricE jefl Brosdwsy, New York.
' JOHN LA For, Pitts,
nov a ly Agent for Fraace and Cermany.
TUBT TRY OUR SEW BTOCK OP
1 1 Clalhlne from the Puple't Clothlne; Here, No
lea seventh ttreet, ntr F. Thiv out-wear, any
tblu you can buy and they are told so cheap at
J. It. SMITH'S,'
No. ICO Seventh street, aear F.
I wnuld advlae ell to come snd buy their Clothln
at SMmi'S, No. eo seventh itreer.
It you are wise you wllleome to SMITH'S, Nn
4M Stvanth ttreef, near F, oppollte city pott Of
flea, to buy your Clothing, Furnishing Goodt
Trunks, Hals, and Cape. '
Tn rrnrrvi cLnTiitrto fsTORiL No. 4o
Bet enth atreet. lathe best place in town to buy
vour Clothlnir, urnlthlng Goo.lt, Trunkl, Hltt,
' . .. . a. ..iivir rr. r-,MK,a lln
null Uilt ,l. B.Mi fc v -..u.h.v.v, -
seventh itrecj
r-alt umn nit mi, new ttneV nf Fall and Win
ter Clothtnr. which we ire telling at very low prl-
eet, at tbe PEOPLE'S CLOTHlNtl STORE, No. Ill
Seyenth itreer, netr F.
tTreat attrscllont at No. 4U Seventh itreer. Mw
itock of Clothlngjutt arrlted.and telling tt our
imii1 Inw nrleea J. H SMITH a CO . llOthlert.
.No. we Seventh ttreef, and corner Twentieth tUett
RUU BUI, eaia-aau-u.
Great bm-gtlni In Cloth top, FurrrihiB4f Good.
Hat, Cap, Uoots, and Shoe, on the corner of
Twentieth rtreet and Penn. avenue. afli4 h
SMITH k. CO , Clothier, Flrtt ward, cor. Twen
tieth ttreet and Penntj Ivanla avenue. 1 theclicap
etpltce In town to buy your Fall and Winter
Clothln;
Call at theririt Ward Clothing; ttnre n. tt
rotir Fall and Winter Clothing, Hal, Cap, Hoot
and Shoe.
SMITH J. CO, Clothier,
Cor, Twentieth street and renn ar.
FIRBT WARD CLOTHING HOUSl", corner of
Tweuue.hatreetaud Penntj hanla avenue,
toucan buy your Clot blur. Hat, Car, Do1,
and Shoe cheap, corner ot; Twentieth street and
Pennit ivanla avenue.
epSS 3nt
ATTENTION, HOIaTJIEItn AND BVT-IaKU8-Haln'Jut
completed our attort
ment of Camp Furniture, we would now respect
fully Invite the attention of Soldier and Sutler
Ouraiiortaient cotnprUe in part the following
CtmpKOo.lt,lrt
Camn Chett for rnca of from four to six, Camp
Table Camp Stool, Camp Coti.Carap Matt ret let,
with all other art Idea or Camp Turolture calcula
ted to make a ip Idler comfort tble. Allot which
will ba aoM at the . cry l.r.veit cath pnees it
GHEFN h WILLIAMS
No 6M Seventh itreet, corner D.
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T I O N A I. LOAN,
THF NFU-
Tumi"! ictu vx tfr rer vors
of tbe
UNITED STATES
(K,loh at " IM Twntiet.")
Th rnlTPON BONDS In mini of 160. S10O. SAOO.
n, rQISTrRFD bonds In turnt of , too,
asoi, 1 1, aw, and auwo,
ffabrett rommrnri.? . iate onurcaate,)
roit sua AT tar nr
J At COOKE . CO., Danker.,
4'.J Fifteenth Unit.
Thet. Bonn, aro the
CunrrsT OovxnssirNT Sicuritt
now In the market
latere! payable femtanauoJy
IN HOLD
Is equivalent, at present price of coin, to
rj Pxn Carrr. la currency.
nov ss-tl
DO OU KNOW IT I II ) ou do not, call at
SMITH . BKALL'S, No. J01 Siventh Itreet
near Kitreet,and buy joumlanlceiult of Cloth
ing from them, at they tell chttp.
SMITH h BFALL,
Clothlert,
No 3CtSircnth itreet,
nov Jt-dljinl Near K itreet
-VtlPIIANg1 COURT.
IHUrUt of CW uuiiie, irmAfnyfoHCOUnli, fo tWf
Inthe e.teof John Qulnn, adralnlttrator of Phil
ip McGrath, decetted, the admlnlttrator aforettld
hat, with the approbation of th. Onihftnt' Court
of Waihlnrton county aforesaid, appointed Sttur
day, th. 11th day of J.nuarr n.al, for th. lui.1 set
tlement suit diminution ot the ptrtootl ettite of
.alddeeested, and ot the attett In hind, aa ftr s.
th. a.m. hate been collected aad turned Into
inooeyi when and where all tha creditors snd hrlrs
of said decetted are notlncl to attend, (at the Or
phtnt' Court ol Washington county aforesald.l
with th.tr clslms properl) touched, or th.yru.t
otherwise by law be eseludedrrom all banent to
.aid Oeo.ased'e ettatei provided a eopyof thli er.
dee be publlthed once a week for three weeka In.
the rtatlaital Rep ubltenn pre! lou. to the tildnth
dsj of Jsnusry, ISM ..,
.. u. nuouiria.
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