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WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1862.
ble In advance-.
Single copies, 3 ctnti.
Wve giro the following article, to show
how clitcd trn the Southern people at the re
mit! or loclr late Tlctorj or perhaps we should
pay onr disaster at Trederlckabnrg. It con
tain io me sentiments upon which we may
ponder All Is not smooth In rcheldoni, any
.nore than on this side of the Unci
Th nfftet of tha DattU at Fredericks.
From the Richmond Examiner, December 18.
L.cbt breaks. It Is now well ascertained that
Burnfttdewas compelled to abandon Fredericks-
horn becanse his army refhsed to perform fnr
ther orders. The spirit of the ofllrcrs was
crushed by the defeat of Saturday, and the men
completely demoralized by the death and wounds
or eigniecn or nineteen inousanu or mcir num
ber, unalienated by the reflection that they
had Inflicted a loss ofthe least Importance on
their terrible adversary. Without crediting tho
stones id at come irom crery quarter, or riots
L amounting to battles In the streets of New York
' and Baltimore, we cannot do otherwise than
regard tho development of disobedience In the
army or unrnsiae astne Deginmngor Lincoln's
The people and the public affairs of tho
United States hare now reached that condition
when a revolution by tho armed force Is not
merely possible, hut a natural sequence. The
solo obstacle la the want of a leader. Tills Is
the hour of McClcllnn, If ho w as the roan of the
hour. He commands tho respect of tho army
and people. He need only show himself to the
army, now smoldering In mutluy between tho
Rappahannock and the Potomac, to take com
plete possession of It. It would bb a facile
feat with tho army to overthrow the usurpation
itt Washington, establish a provisional govern
ment, and call a convention of tho States to
consider their perilous situation. No action In
history would bo more easily JustlQablo.
Though without warrant In the Constitution of
tho United States. It would tie in direct accord
with tho spirit of the organic law. For two
years, that Constitution has been violated,
'dally and directly In all Us parts, by persons
havfnir possession of tho army, uavy and
Treasury of the United States. Although I ho
.communion appoints no omecr to no tno amy
In snch caso of taking nw ay fromlhosepcrsona
the cowers bv which thcr thus violate It. and
of restoring said powers to those whogae
rtnem. ana townom tncy ncion?. sucu an act
would not bo nn Injury to the Constitution,
ijut a restoration or us inc. Any general migni
kdo It without sinning against his conscience or
Not onlv any ccncral. bnt any citizen, who
had tho power, might and should bo Inspired
by his conscience to that great performance.
It would gain for him the applause of tho whole
world, of all living men and of their posterity.
It would render his name. Illustrious and mem
orable to remotest agesi for ho w ould thus end
a situation which can only bo described as the
reign of hell upon earth.
Hut MeClellan li not the man to do the work.
Ho Is timid, he Is slow, ho Is destitute of enter
prise his views are confined, his mind Is nar
row To Improve a glorious opportunity and
accomplish a righteous revolution j to restore
order to a social svtem falllnc Into anarchy.
and save a nation that Is dropping Into the gulf
or aespousm ana aojeci misery, requires tne
strength and the giant hand of one of those. su
perior beings w ho appear in their time to redress
the balance of humanity. A Cn-sir. a Napo
leon or a Cromwell Is tho want of the monster
Republic which afflicts and astonishes mankind
In the nineteenth century. The United States
have only MeClellan. lie Is not of their breed
: not one of those
Who could by Industrious valor climb
To ruin the great w ork of timet
Aud cast the kingdoms old
Into another mould)
but rather a Poor Foil, who falls fluttering
i through the storm, over which an eagle would
jtoar to tne empyrean, in or uoea mo wiioie no
'rlzou of the North enutalu a larger or a strongir
than MeClellan. If there Is n great man In
tli at couutry, ho Is jet to be discovered. It Is
mnit tii-nliftTiln that tliera Is nnnc and that tlia
l confusion and misdirection of the nation and hundred and sixty-two, Is hereby repealed
t Its resources v 111 long continue. . Approved, uecemuor o, i j,
n'hil 111 Is.nalilA httiitiinl In ilnl It id !.
llcved that he will endeavor to carry out a
plan anticipated by this Journal to winter on
.the rssources of the Northern Neck, with the
' slhzht difference or umana.instoaaot rcner-
Icksbnrg, for his quart ere. In that rase, It Is
rpronauio mat ue win nui ou uau iu nnuj-
uiways supposing uiai no ran iubku mem go
to tho Carollnas or tho south side of the James.
In the meantime, tho probable movement of
General Lee Is the cauo of equal anxiety to tho
'enemy and hope for his country. It Is now no
Monger a secret from the world that ho Is at the
head of one or the fluest armies known to mod
ern times. Very little, IndeeJ, of Us strength
uas necessary to fiend Burnsldo reeling: down
tne sloping nanus oi ma itappanannocK. iu
Things lu New York.
Batubdat, December 27.
The obsequies of Colonel Ball, Captain John
lnd, of the Twelfth New York regfmenu, took
puce ycucra.y aiiernooD. iruiu mo uuiciuui
room In the City 11.11 where th. remain, hurt
been lying In tut. for the put threo daji. A
eulogy ni delivered oyer the gallant dead by
Chaplain Dwlght, or tho BUty-alith, after
which the bodies wor. conveyed to Hamilton
Avenue ferry where the hearie conulnlng the
remalna of Captain Dodge riled oil, and, es
corted by the Aahlandcrn, waa taken to the
Iludion rlycr railroad depot, whenco It waa
aent to FlahMll. The bodies of Colonel Bull
and Captain Uoagland wero convoyed to Green
wood under guard, a detachment of the Seventy-first
acting as cacort, where they wereplaced
In the receiving vault awaiting Interment.
Thla was one of the most Imposing military
funerals wo have had In thla city alnce the war
began. Tho streets through which tho proces.
slon passed wcro crowded with people, a great
many of whom accompanied tho pageant to
In the Supremo Court, yesterday, motions
were made to open defaults In four cases
brought by metropolitan policemen against
Fernando Wood, and In each of which Judg
ment waa rendered against Wood for 4,000.
The plaintiff's counsel, Messrs. Field, raised n
technical objection, and also objected to Judgo
Barnard's hearing the case, ow Ing to his posi
tion as the adviser of tde defendant at the time
the cause of tbeso actions arose. In the course
of the proceedings, tho Judge stated that he
paid not the least attention to what tho press
said of him, as It was well known that It waa
governed oy a sci ui scounuras, ingnuouus,
and thieves. He reserved his decision, as to
the pplnts of objection, till nevt Tuesday.
The action of the grand Jury In regard to
Socretary Stanton and tho "arbitrary arrests,"
It Is believed, has been Indefinitely postponed.
A confidence man. who has "como over11 our
Jowlsh citizens to the tune of $3,000. by repre
senting himself to be nn agent of ttarrina Jeat
in Jllitrocco, sent nere io oouun suosenpuons
for their relief, has been arrested this afternoon.
He mado his appcaranco at one of our holds.
dressed In tho uniform of a French Chasseur
u'A(rl(ue, when he was "nahnort."
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES,
taw! at tht Third Seukm of (As Thtrtynmth
Frauo No. S.
An Act to amend an net entitled "An act to
provide Internal revenue to support the Gov
ernment and to pay Interest on the puMlo
debt," approved July Brit, eighteen hundred
St enaclftl by Ms Sa.aU ani Houu of Xtp
rtKntatintjif tht I'nlttd Statu of 'America in
Congreu aucmllti, Thnttheasscssors, uaslstont
assessors, collectors nd deputy collectors, ap-
pointcti, or wno mey oo appoinicu, uuuer mo
provisions of an act entitled "An act to provide
Internal revenue to support the Government
and to pay Interest on tho public debt," ap
proved July first, eighteen hundred and sixty
two, and all subsequent acts In relation thereto
which have been or may bo enacted, arc hereby
authorized and empowered to administer oaths
or afllrmatlona In all cases where tho eamo are
or may bo required by the acta as aforesatdi
rrovidtd, That no fees shall bo charged or al
Bee. a. Ana M further tnaetea, 1 nai too
Commissioner of Internal Revenue shall be au
thorized and empowered, and hereby Is anlhor
Ized and empowered, to furnish and supply the
assistant treasnrera or collectors of tho United
Stales at Ban Francisco, Bute of California,
and Tortland, Btato of Oregon, with adhcslvo
itimM. or stamrjed nsner. vellum, or parch-
J lt . .. B.l.lnn. nf tlia lnttr
rami, cKurmuK tu " jiuiiiuuo v v ...
nal revenue laws referred to In tho preceding
section, under mch regulations and conditions
asneinayiromumcioumcuTtwnw, im m.u
out requiring payment In advanro therefor, any
thing In existing laws to the contrary notwith
standing t rrorhleil. That no greater commis
sion shall bo allowed than Is now provided for
Bee. S. And In It further tnaeteit, That no In
slrumcnt, document, writing, or paper of any
description, required by law to bo stamped,
shall bo deemed or held invalid and of no effect
for tho want of tho particular kind or descrip
tion of stamp designated for and dcuotlng tho
dutv chanred on anv such lustrumcut. docu
ment, writing, or paper, pnnldcd n lo-
. ZounCshau' K been duly ...IveYand The Fo.mx.. Man. lwv.W. doubt
nsed mcrcon 1 jrovtanf, inaiuiopruvisiuuBui ii auj rrguuL-ui, jjariieii'ntin iu m ia m
this section shall not apply lo any stamp op- ti0 0f Frcdcrlcksburgh, displayed more Indom
rflrta1r,yrttclesC.n0teth "ty g Pr"M "urage, or suffered more severe loss,
Bee. 4. awl belt farther enacted, That all of- than did tho aboc.
flclal Instruments, dorumcnts.-nnil papers, Is-1 It was this same regiment, under Colonel
sued or usod by tho ofllcers of the United States . w.lker. Gcusrnl Word's brigade, and Blrney's
Government shall be, and hereby arc,, exempt
See. 5. and further ciwetnl. That the
nlncty-llfth section of an act entitled "An act
division, who made tho first charge upon tho
rebels, and It was they who drove them hack
through a dense piece of woods, on tho right
SSUFafiSfc ' of - th. division enured ,h. engagement,
debt," approved July first, eighteen hundred through on open field, and bark of the em
ond sixty-two, bo so amended that no Instru- bankment which la here a part of tho railroad,
nient, document, or paper made, elgncd, , or A ,00n thc rrMchcd tie rear of this same
Issued prior lo tho first day of March, Anno '
Domini eighteen hnudrod and sixty-three, with- embankment, the rebels, who had been driven,
out being duly stamped, or having thereon ' laitai upon Ihelr faces, while others of their
ji,i;. .i.nn ia ni. it,, dm. imnuM comrades ro30 up In their rear and. with a
thereon, shall, for that cause, bo deemed luval-1 murderous fire, met our gallant Fourth, who
Id and of pa effecti ProvUed, That no Instru- we In pursutt of thoso before-mentioned ho
meut, document, writing, or paper, required ny .
i .1.1... .,.,,! .i,5 n,i..,,.i Vtihnnt So desperate and ao disastrous was the I
being duly stamped prior to the day aforesaid, I that was opposing them, that onr Malno hoys
or any copy thereof, shall be admitted or used " compelled to re Ire, going Into he light
1 y. . ... .. wilts tlpn tmnilFAil oml Blau.ll m.n ami nAm nn
I. .. in mm a harm iitif li loirti iiimn nr n .u a, i u asuuus m uu umu isivu. uuu vuiuiui:
stamps, denoting tho amount of duty charged put with but one hundred and twenty-four. Of
Hospital Dl rectory,
TOR wisancoTOX. OIOnOETOWH AND auxan-
The following Is correct list of all the hot
pltals, In the abore cities, with their locations,
and the surgeon In charge of cacht n
Ascension Unit Arts n chnrch. Cih and D sts.
Di J. C. Dorr.
Ascension Dr. Smith's Church. Oth between
O and It strocts. J. C. Dorr.
Ascension Southern Church. 8th between
II and I streets. J. C. Dorr.
Armory Armory Square, Tthst. D. w.Wlss.
Alexandria. 1st dWlsIon Alexandria. J. E.
Alexandria. 2d division Alexandria. T. It.
Alexandria, 3d division Alexandria Edwin
Campbell Tlh St., near Park Hotel. Dr. J.
Carver Mth St., near Col. Col. O. A, Jud-
Caspar! s A St. south, east of Capitol, W.
Colnmblan Mth St., Col. Col. T. A. Crosh.
College Georgetown. J. M. Brown. .
Camp, ex. and par. prls. Near Alexandria.
Dr. Peter Cleary.
Douglas Cor. I st. and X. J, are.
Dunbarton Btrcel Oeonretovin. Dr. A. E.
Ebcncter ith, near (1 st. west. W. k; Wa
Ecklngton (lalcss house, N. V. ave. 0. A.
Emory li m. cast of Canltol. Wm. Clen-
Epiphany Baptist Chnrch, 13th bet. O and
It. sts. Jamra lman. (
Fairfax Bcmkiary I tulles ont Alexandria.
uav.a r. ffinitu.
Flnloy N. V, ave., nr flalcs's farm. J.
Moses. V J
Harewood 7lh street, Corcoran's farm. T.
Island Hall Corner Virginia avenue sadCth
street. Win. liases.
Judiciary Bquaro E street, between 4th and
5th. Dr. A.J. Marsh.
K ft lor a ma 4.1st street, near Boundary. H
Lincoln Enst of Capitol. Dr. Henry Bry
Mt. rloananl Mth street, near Boundary.
C. A. MeCall.
Odd Fellows Hall K St.. near Navy Yard,
W. E. Waters.
Talent Oftlce Oth street. Dr. J. D. Robing
Presbyterian Church GeorgctOT, n. B. Knick
erbocker. Seminary Georgetown. Landon Wells.
Stanton Opposite Douglas. Dr. J. A. LI-dell.
Stone 14th stret-t, near Boundary V. Glen-
St. Elizabeth Insane Asylum, East'n Branch.
i. it. rticnom.
St. Aloyslus K street, between 1st and 3d,
Dr. Alex. Ingram.
T. B. Lashclls.
Trlnltv C street, corner Sd. A. J. Baxtar.
Trinity Printing office, corner 2d street and
Indiana avenue. A. J. Bavtar.
Trinity Chnrch Georgetown. M.F. Bowers.
Union Cbapid 20th street, near 1'cnnsyh a
n!a avenue, W II Butler.
Union Hotel Corner Bridge and Washing
ton streets, Georgetown. Geo. W. Stlpp.
Quartermaster's 17th street.
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TO B A CO OSIM
A lsrc Invoice of the above articles are now
)tln( received, and for sals by
D. J. BROWN,
No. 8, Washington BulUlnr.
Seventh atrest and Peon, avenue.
BUTLERS TAKE NOTICEI
Teas In pound packs.
Teas la , 8, 10, u, K, tS and 90 pound boxes.
Canned Tomatoes In 3 doien boxes.
Canned Teaches la 3 dozen boxes.
Tickles In 3 dozen boxes.
Gum Drops In ,V pound papers.
Gum Drops In 0 pound boxes.
Raisins In boxes and K taxes.
Tepprr In 3 ounce papers and la I rross boxes.
F.ntllih Mustard In '' pound papers and cans.
Fnillsh Mustard n K and t rrois boxes.
Frcsen ed Cherries In bottles.
Firs tn Vi pound drums and 3 pound boxes.
Lemon Syrup In bottles.
For sale by
D. J. BROWN,
No. V. Waihlaxton BullOIof,
Rsrenth street and Penn. avenue.
Washington, D. C
MM) TUB OFFICEHH OV TUB ARMY.
Just arrived, by direct Importation per steamer
Fulton, from Europe, a rery Mae and Urf e assort
ment of Marine, Opera, Field Glasses, aad Tsls
scopes, which I will sell a reryUttla above the
cost In Paris. As to tht qualities, there are noos
superior to be had, having been aeleeted purposely
for this market. Also, a large and weH-ossorted
stock of Opera Classes, Microscopes t gold, silver,
and steel Spectacles and Eye Glasses, suited to the
sight by the use of an Optometer. A considerable
number of certificates to be seen at my offlce, from
gentlemen who have been suited at my establish
ment. 425 renntyluania aenwt Mum Fonr-an&a
)Mtf and RMh Hretti.
My KstablUhmcnt iTwp stair.
Glaiui JUted to tut. The trade supplied.
Oct io ir
OAK 11 ALL CLOTIIIXO HOUSE, No. 404
Serenth street, near Fstreet,the Great Bazar
of Fashion, where youeon find the best tut and mode
Clothing for Men and Boj a wear that the market
ean produce, aad nur prices, for cheapness, and du
rability of our goods, defy competition. (Our
neighbor Smith, two doors above, so long noted for
selling clothing less than any houss In the city. In
a private conversation, acknowledged to us that
our Boys' Clothing was the beat mads and cut goods
he ever saw; and, If the citizens of Washington
were posted tn the goods 1 have, ray store would
be overrun with ladles and gentlemen tn want of
clothing, and I only wish to have you call and see
our beautiful assortments or clothing, and 1 think
that our prices and goods will more than pay you
for calling at the Leading Clotlilng House, No. 4ft
Seventh street, near F street, two doors below
Ei erj body knows Smith, but, Instead of catling
at his place, come In tu o doors below.
N. B, 1 hare a special word to say to the Ladies,
that I can please them better than ever In Boys'
Clothing, as my stock excels anything I ever had.
J. BRUXK. k CO ,
Formerly at Odeon Hall,
nov 31-dtanl Now at Oak Hall.
T E W INVENTION
ARTIFICIAL CLrOPLASTIC BONE TEETH,
without metal plate or clasps, by
DR. S. B. SIGESMOND,
olO Droadwajr, New Vorkj and 360 Tenn. avenue,
between Twelfth and Thlrteonth sts ,
washikotov, n. c,
Calls the attention of the public to the following
advuitiuea of his lmnrovAd sritemt
1st, The teeth of his manufacture will nerer cor
rode nor change color by any acids, and are three-
luuriuat iiiuirr iubvu nut uiuvr.
at. No teeth nor roots need be extracted, as the
artificial ones can ha Inserted over them.
td. Tne roots win be made inoffensive and never '
4th. No temDorarr teeth are needed, as oermanent
nnes ean be made immediately, thereby preserving
the natural expression ofthe face, which, under
the old system, Is frequently disfigured.
tin, iius woransa Deeniuuyicsiea.iDrovtr nvs
years, by many of the first chemists and physicians
of thla and the old country.
Dr. K. haa also Invented a whits indestructible
metal filling, with which the most sensltlre teeth
can be 11114 without pain, and ean build up a per
fect sound tooth on any Bid roots, which will last
through a lifetime.
He refers to the following gentlemen) Dr. V. Mott
Dr. Doremus, Professor of Chemistry; lion. A.
Mann, Jun.j Capt. Crabtree. Vice President of the
Emigration Company of Icw Yorkf Hon. Judge
Waj ne, of the. Supreme Court, of Washington, D.
C.i and thousands of others.
Catl and examine for )ourselres. nov 8 n
OF CHOICE OPOx
Far FtrnmUt, HiA7y JYne'emJ'MwIV
an Sic . afcv-esfctAM y
U 5nlyifcJggggJfllgPP' ft
BfoHalaiBKffc V E
m 6 V!oVVioHaHalilllmTVallllV
Every family, at this1 Season, should use
riiin tin.1 in rurnM oasf It snedllaat anl
slal qitallttes as a stsajMsanlsnt, Tonic, Di
suoerias, Mgniy i
of a mesf
WEEKLY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN.
ilrri1, tiic sccno of lb. hto battlo was such, and
lbs quality of tbe military material In tbe hands
if He ncnil I.ob so admlraulo, that It la prouablx
io mleht lmvo held tho position with less tbau
naif bis force.
What now la to follow T The wholo of Clint
tremendous array, we hope, Is not necessary to
laril a beaten loo, wuuo uanu n
Arcatrn Infinite damace to Southern
hatlons. wnue ii mimics uutier
rand thn l'enlnsula. and tbo law n
k'llll In Hill loroo on tne uanka 01 ino roinmuc
1 afflilnc the same, together with tho date when ";" "" '""Ju f,'"', V, . . ;f. .,
I tho eamo Is so used or affixed, shall haio Iwcn J ff low as ovcrllTodi Colonel talker being
1 . . .. t .. j .,.- .. hnd v wnnnitnd. Amnnir t lift mlmrnloiis pk.
piacea inercon ny such ifuntun. juu iiic icr- j V, 7 . . . V . .; . . Vi
ton dcslrlnc to use any such Instrument, do. !' wa. hat of Lieutenant Colonel Caner.
ment, writlmr, or papor, as evidence, or bis Five-bulla holes were found afterwards In bis
acent or attorney, Is Mthorlted Inthoprcscneo tlothes, and strange to relate, not a acratch,
ofthe court to stamp tho same as hereinbefore nr,?vcru lTui" ' "ny"'" rcrccrtlMo.
provided. And section twenty-four of an act ihd. Inqulier,
entitled "An act Increasing, temporarily, tho
duties on imporls, and for other purposes,"' piiso-(iu Oen. (ico. F. Shepley, of Maine,
approved July fourteen. Anno Domini olgbleeu Military Ooi crnor of Louisiana, Is an advocate
or tuo emancipation poney or tne rresiucnt, auu
, of supplying armies of blacks, If neeossary, to
' nut ilmvii llin rolkolllnn and pnnturii lMilnnnnil.
I Mr. Shepley has been a leading Democrat, and
A Pro liloii.l Court EstaWl.lieil In I-ouli. WM tendrrrd last yiiar the Democratic nomlna
roYu. l' ofPr..l.l.ut uu. I on ror (!ovcrnor J,r Malne.-Jowiwl.
Excci'TtvE Mansion, FnAi'na on tub Governufnt. New Viikk,
Washington, Oct. 00,1863. 'Doc. !M. An Int estimation Into the frauds on
The lusuirectlon which haa for aome time the Oovernment shows that out of 11,000,000
proalled In several of the States of this Union, rld out In this city alone from the special ap
lnelndlng Loulsla ia, havlnj temporarily sub. proprlatlon of twenty millions for recruiting,
ertcd and swept away the several Institutions organising and drilling volunteers, nearly 0110
ofthatSlato, Including the Judiciary and tho half has been paid on fraudulent actounts.
ludlilal authorities of the Union, so that It has Nearly ono thousand persons have bien cngag
becorao necessary to hold tho Statu In military 1 In th" matter, but they aro not all criminal,
occniatloat anil It being Indispensably neccs. ly Implicated,
sary that thero shall be some Judicial tribunal PAnoLEU PiusosEas. Klsht huudred ei
ctldlng there capablo of administering Justice, changed paroled prisoners have been sent from
and I do hereby consilium a Pro Islonal Court, ju frora w ich place they will lo dlspatebeil to
MiiuuPimii uon vt.u.v wi auiu, iwi uc ottiio inin itieir rcpecti c rcifiiiicms.
of Louisiana, and I do hereby appoint Charles
A. Tenbody, of New York, to be a Provisional -rirvri n it tT Vvis l.iixTfii
Judge tohold sold Court, Ith authority to hoar, I OR oALlli OR RbNT,
try ami ueicrinino ait cause, uui auu vmm-
I ...I lnAlmllnl. A.ii.n. In did nniiltv rninnnn " 1IJ VIQIII.TI IIIKiMH I?fllt II IT VT In
commnnl- nnd admiralty, and particularly all such powers X1 tlr-i-class New House, and new Furntliirri
commnm- y i J nui-i!;. ,i aUo.n i'nrlor will t furnlilie.1 ton uirson annij.
in.ouoiK ?""J" V" .ritrVri.-i u, ",;: IngsulliWe for a Senator or a Member ir t'on.
r i inrmii. i Circuit Courts of the United btntcr. conform- mJr t,c.rar.a riti. nn.i MmntmL ai..,1i .i
A Stutue of President Llucolu.
liic Ids nrocoodlnin. sofaras possible, to tint .m Kstreer.bctwrfu Ninth nml Tenth striTls.
I'UlirU tJI I'lOtll illllj;n li uu I'lliilliu fl li li li nan
' l.nnn AiietmnnH.. til I lift fl-tUriH rtf llin ITltllA.1 mmrmmmmmtm.
l?OIl liniVT ANI HAI.K-The Furniture of
been customary In lh Courts of tho United
Mntna niiil TinUlniin liK Iittli'mcnt tn bo flnal
...... .. . g, - .,,, j.- L a niBttlasB lloanllntf House, witn Kourtirn
and conclusive. And I do hereby authoriro llooml ,. th .. ,K.,t "r ncichborhooiLi, In the
dJudoto make and m- Fourth nrJ, now hat lag from fourteeu to sixteen
I and cmnowcr the snl
Mn, EniTon: Speaking about coinmcmora- tahllsh such rules aud regulations as- may bo bomlcrs
tlng tbo great action, of some of our public SSSJiZtSSSl SfStE VtVeT.'efe.Vlvanl.TveuL"
Len, I find that It 1. necessary for then, to die, JJ g.jmol r g,, JJjW ,,
jeforo that aw anl comes. That was tho caso
with Washington, Jefferson, Jackson, and a
ho&t of others.
Well, sir, why shall we not break through
llhls old custom, and glvo this award to them
lwhobao done sen Ice lo the country, before
thcydlcT lias not Mr. Lincoln, our President,
deserved one yet, or will he ever deserve It? I
jm a citizen of this city, and therefore be to
biffgest the following!
In my humble opinion, tuo rrestacut has
rpmo up as near to our first President as any
rer rnau could. Ills responsibilities have been
Ulrr than any other Ficsldcut's. He has met
Lflrlslsof tho times with bravery, fortitude,
llcnce, coolness, sagacity, prudence, forbear
IV and lastlv. although not least, with truth-
jVieis on bis part, glvlug out to his ftllow-clt
ns, lime alter lime, neaiiny any ico ior muir
are copauct, apq we nuu mm sun in tua
nndiut. Then whv not somo irood aud Pa
Ivtlc representative In Congress propose to
V.... Iiat-A In nnr tnlHml titn Kt fit lift at Ahrnlmm
US iiw ....... - -.-...- . ....-....
I coin nur rreBiaeni, auu uie iruc uciper oi
I country In Its nerd, planted here on ono of
I jm'tnc squares, t.auu iiteroare luanycmpi) ,;
(Or lUfllilUic, iiirviiojiinv iirv in iiiu .iniui-
Mttiifiictory reason elreu for selling.
Agruty uiiivvi sjba
i T OOMS TO LET. Four Furnlibed Rooms, with
tho functions of Attorney. Marshal and Clerk.
according to such proceedings and p fact Ico as ( , 0r without Hoard, within the minutes walk
before mentioned, aqd such rules and reguln- of Feaasylvanla avenue. Inqulr t No. 407
lions as may be made and cstablUUoU by saia wary wnu aven. osi-ii
Thceo appolntmonts are to continue during 1 fi w GOOD ALL,
'iJberty market? (Mr. Buchanan fooled ipaitment
tho vlcasuro of tho President, not extcudlm
bejond the military occupation of tho city of
new uneaus, or 1110 rcsioriiuu 01 viviiouiuur
Ity lu that city and lu'tho State of Louisiana.
These officers shall be paid out of the con tin
gent fund of tho War Department, compensa
tlon as follows 1 Buch com
pensations to bo cert 111 td by the Secretary of
War. A copy of this order, cert I tied by tho
Secret! ry of War and delh ered to snch Judge,
shall be deemed and held to be a sufficient com
mission. Let the seal of the United States be
fu 8. ABUAHAM LINCOLN.
Uy the President 1
Willi tu H. Sewxhp, Secretary of State.
Washington, S3dUct., 180a.
I hereby certify that the forcgolntf Is a true
copy, duly examined and compared with tho
original of the Incentive Order of thoPrcsIdcut
ofthcUntlHl States, constituting u provis
ional court for the State of Loulslaua.
Witness my hand and bcsI of the War De-
OAS AXD STEAK $ITTE2lt
SOI Seventh ttrcct, near Canal JJrklge,
All orders executed at the shortest notice, tn tho
most sutistaatial manner, and on reasonable terms.
l'eraonal atteutlon given to every department ot
ine business. uuv
Edwi.nl Kytrstt' lit ply to fin English
V rOCTICAL FUMP.
What ha e w In America I
We've wonder great nml griin.lt
Vehe th essence of the earth,
The cream of t cry ln1.
Our mountains are magnificent,
Our rivers are immense.
And eacli man has a kingly style,
If not a king's expense.
Our shlf s are known to all the world
The fur nu cannot te bent)
Our cities, full of luxurj .
Are famous fur the neat.
We't e orators and authors, too,
With Intellects of force 1
Wi e railroads scitttfrcd t er where,
And one rrofessor Morse.
Our girls ha f beauty, wit, aud grace,
1 lic 're charmlnr. sweet, and tath
But, then, theorantrrilthliii! we lin.e
Is known as great OAK HALL,
InglB now ready In extra abundance aud greatest
variety. All the new-st) le 0 ercoata, Sacks, Dusl
ness Coats, Teg-top Pants, &c, selling at prices so
low that e errhody will buy and be satisfied.
No. 461, feienth itreet near F,
nov 21 ilt janl Two door Wlow SmllU's.
APPLICATIONS Tor nupllcatte Laud
AppllcAtlonbat Ingbeeu made under the act of Sid
3wi, loci), for the reissue of the Land Warrants
described herein, which aro alleged to hate been
lost or destrojed, notice Is herehy gUenthat, at
the date fnllnwlng thedescrlptlon or each wsrrKnt,
a new certificate uf like tenor will be lssuett If no
lAiMnhlt-L'tloii shotiKttlien anncfir.
no. V3,nat ior izuntrvK, laauni iimirr inenci ui
Diarcn, 1000, in inenmnBiu a mum iinrriiiKHin, nnu
urns vMinltil Seiitcmljcr IT. 1837 Jrinunr 4. Ibts3.
JSO. OJ,SiH, ior iwj ncrri, muni uihiit titu nit ui
Marth, ldU, In tho nunc of the minor ddldren of
Uriniei r . iiiGCUUi;. uvkchikui nun nm Kinutvu sjvi.
VI ttina l.nlllPII II IRiil
ISO. lw,tH7l ior luuncres, iiiur iiimrruie nci oi
Marnlt ltUA. In tho name of Ansel Allen, and wm
granted March 13. 186.-Ianury It), lt63.
CM), HAl,wu, lur iwnun, ni uuun iiicnit ti,
Mirch, 1&, In the name of Rachel, widow of Geo.
Harner, and was granted January S, 1WW February
o. 67,700 for ISO acres, lnued under the net of
unrcn a, iotw, in mc iibuic ui t ui. viiBirr, nuu ivna
trrsiitted Februsrv 6. 1637 Februnn W. 1863.
No. s.ett. tor BO acres, Issued under the act of
September, 1840. In the uame of Jonathan Mcltenry,
and was granted July fith. lriil-Mr.rch l, l63.
JOSEPH II. BAUUKTT,
SIX PER CENT. DOXDS
TWENTY YEARS FROM DATE,
(Or after five years, at option ofthe Government.)
THE COUPON BONDS,
la sums of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR,
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
ONE THOl'SND DOLLARS.
Tlin UECUSTEIIED BONDS,
In sums of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
F1K IIUNDRKD DOLLARS,
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
KIVK TIIUUMM) DOLLARS,
TFN THOUSAND DOLURS,
INTFnEST COMMKNCINO AT DATE OF PUR-
And pajrnble tembannually
IN 0 0 LD.
The nnderslpned commenced, In the month
of December, 1600, the publication, In this city,
of a weekly newspaper, called tho Xattonal lit-ptMtcan,
It contains ah tho original matter of the
Daily Xattonal Republican, with the exception
of local news not Interesting to country sub
scribers. It will give full reports of tho proceedings of
Congress, and ofthe other Departments of the
It contains all tho news of the dsy, foreign
and domestic, markets, Ac., Ac, as well as an
original cornspondence from all parts of the
country. Tho miscellaneous department will
receive special attention, and, In all respects,
thc effort will be made to ebUblish tho charac
ter of the Xatlonal Jtejntblican as a Family
Washington being now the central point of
the current military operations, great attention
i will bo paid to furnishing 4ho readers of the
'Xatlonal 7! publican vilth full, and especially
with flrcMriTiV, accounts of tho progress of the
war for the Union.
Iu politics, the paper Is Republican, sustain
log the Administration of Mr. Lincoln.
There la no other Republican paper tn tha
District of Columbia, or In thevldnltvof It.
These Hon If are the n(1 i. uhrilnvivl tl.ntrfwnt ovontuhnvunnonr-A
CHEAPEST COVEKNMKNT SECURITY -- - r
now in the mtrket, I t0 Buch FT" on Important sphere of ustful
The Interest, at present price of coin, being eoulv-1 effnit. The time has come, when tho octua
administration of the Government upon Repnb
I Hem principle will explode tho mlsnpresen
Italians which have made those principles a
dlstatcfnl to the South.
I E lit it la not only here, and lu this tlclnlty,
that tho projectors of tho Xattonal Republican
I linpu in uiauu ii iim-iiu. hi iiio nnuiu ruiuiirj-
1 i ..J a. I
elan, ud In KumpnrMl Ama -tiosistiai -,
and br sum of th flrtCfMnlHe in ttirope an-t
America. '; ' .
Al A TONIC.
.. . .. .1 ... Mm sh..Klll .. M
up th. sj-stcm, midic rotlrsff rmr. wine ot a
A, A CIUBRTIC.
It Imparts i htalttir action or tha OUnls sn.t Kl.t
neji, and Vrlnarr Ur, ans.rrrr malli.lal In Droi'Sf
GouTi and Rhcumatlo strMttons.
sr.H'a m inr; r
r.nnt. mivtnr. or manufacture arllsls. but Is
pur., Irom th. Jills, of th. Fort.fM asmtara.
srspt, cultlrstM In New Jtrs.r, rscnmnnuls.1 bf ,
Ihnnlsts and l,hTslclsnsMo.sMiln"i'"trt'
psrttts superior to anr othsr Win. I. m. and an
xeelltnt artlcls for U weak and debilitated P--
sons and th. seed and mnrn. improTing m- arse.
tit. and Unrnilnr ladles and children. f
A LADIES' WINE, V
Becsni.lt will not tntoaleste as otherwlau,.t '
eontsln. no mixture of spirits or other llnuots. stf
Is sduilred ror lti rich, peculiar Savor, and nulrli
properties, Impsrtlon a health ' tone to the dlpy
Ire orrsai, and a tloomlne, soft, anj'heatthy td
and complexion. fi
WE REFER TO ' "
A few well.Vnown gentlemen and physl
hat e tried t'e Wine:
Oen.WlnBe' I Scott.O JA. Cr.Wllson.ll
Gov. Morss i, N.Y. state. Dr.W.rd,Nei
UrJ n Chll jn, N.Y.CIty. Dr.Douiberty
Ur. rsrker, N. V. Cltr. tt.l.
Drs. UsrcriiNlchoU.New- Dr. Merer, ft
ark, N. J. Br. relit, Na
-Kone genuine vlllioulthe alinstu
FRLD srELR, raiistc, N J.," is overt
For sale by Dramrtiti end all nnKUM
Trade supplied lu Baltimore by WM. H
A. eia.cn, jti
Vikctaud rsnalc, New Jersey.
Orncr-M9 Broadway, New York.
John la foy.
nov ly Af ent for rrance and r
I. O A Urn
alcnt to H rr.n Llnt. iu currency.
Fim SAI K OY
JAY COOKK ii, CO.,
4.1 J Fineeutli Street,
ct:ilTlFieiTi:;, n,Cy offer a Journal nlilcli v. Ill illscnss national
ABMY AM SAW VOcrilKBt, politics from a national Bland-nolnt,anilv.lilcli
dec ID tf
M V K H 1 I'MKH,
wlllncMr bo suened fnm patriotic duty by
any ocrpowerln5prensureof local Intrrrtt,
Tninis of aucsciutnioN.
OFrni. orTMRCiiiEi (iOAnn jimutlh,
nm o sat, VoruMst,
Washlmton. Kentemler au. iai2.
PROPOSLS are iitilted for furnlihlnit for the
Ono copy, ono year
Time topics, ono jenr
Y e copies, ono ) car -Tin
copies, ono car -Twenty
copies, ono jear
live of the firiiiyof the ItotoniAc the fullowlug sr-1
j.ooo tons nest ciuftiiiy nmomy imy, securely uno c"iv B' i"o"i
t'dletl, the weight of each bile to Le Time copies, six months
marked thereon. Fhuroplce, sU months
5,000,000 bushels of Oats, of the best quality, in A," . ' ..umtllt
strong sucks, well sewed. i cn l?1 ', III . ".i .
7,000 ion! Oak and Hickory Wood, well sea-1 Twenty copies, six months -
loncu nnusi ino uv.i iuniiiy. i iiijuivut, amj, iu buiuium
Each bid must be accompanied by the endorse-
If awanled will bo fulnllrd.
When a Cltdi of subscribers has been fon ard.
A R K 11 A 91
l.uL of the Washington statue there.)
It has been hinted that the cost n 111 bo too
loh Why, sir, Clark Alius, hK,t tho scvilp
: here I am sure, would ue pad io miuertake
oh of tbls ltlnn, and trpsi tue i,ocrnmem
rltejlf payment could not bo made at prcseut.
l. 9.1 Kpwik M. Stanton,
Secretary of War.
Attest i John Dotts, Chief Clerk.
Waih r Mfinb. TheCoimultteeof Was
nrjt befoto I proceed, b two ash n question, i and Means am now decidedly again! Mr,
in a trim account oi ino money nisimrscanu i wnase s inn. ami uny mo ( wnu um-
pg this rebellion ever bo acconnted for to the favor upon Mr. Stevens' bill. It Is now con-
Artrnmfiii I A fin iv llmiisaud dollar annrn. cttlirr.l rertaln tliat tho roinmlttl'O nlll rcnori
rioted for this laudable and patriotic purposo, I a bill ncTt week, which will prndo first, for
eVba. ia lliai In tun iiiOU.nniii Bjteui unuy ! urn issuw oi mnro ktocii u(ieKM vi-i-uuu, it uu-
de Ham 1) could pot uo spent ietier. and sate ot mote twenty-year six per rem, iwnti,
bo a lasting tribute to tue Hist rresmem ana lot' a nmum amount oi sis yvr wm,
a srrannlcd that hvdra-headed tnonMer. bonds which can Instantly be reconverted Into
k and which la worflhecau'e of all thla Treasury note. Other features will donbt-
ngWIDt', and Willi tuo nirssiutf oi i.od, tea no meorporateu mho ino mn, u reniaiu
own muomiiauie energy, erusu u oih io nn nu nuruicr touurita wm miup. n,
In this pri'ut and fro country, thereby whether It will stnnd by Mr. Chase. Thero Is
upon lilmseii tue blessing or untold I uo ion per a nnunt upon nun jhhih ui i um
or future generations. inlttee of Way and Means Is opposed to Mr
A Herein icav I Chase's banklnir scheme,-.V. Y. vt. Ton,
IS II dc 8AH CENT'S
AWNINO, FLAG, AND
UXIOX TEXT FACTORY,
No. 530 Pcuusylvmul. svtuue,
WASinNGTON, D. C.
SUTLERS' AXD ARMY TEX'iS
ON HAND On MADS TO OJIDEH,
Awolnn, Flags, Tents, Mall Bags, Horse Corns,
Signs, Wagon Covers, &c.t made at short notice.
tOAT.t CO A Ml
ALARQRand complet assortment ol all kinds
of COAL, dellt ered free from slate, dirt and other
lj-2,210 lbs to the ton.
TXCELSIOR FIRK KINDL1NGHI
A box containing lit squares. One souare
kindle a m ond or iharco! lire, hurnlmr from elpht
to ten minutes, being the best article In the market
for building tire. WM. M. GALT,
No. Str Pa. av., betw. 11th and l.Mh ati.
CUR CLE INSTITUTE,
' FOIL YOlfNQ I.ADIKH,
TKRMS, per Quarter of tn weeks from ft to
fta,Aceoriilng to r and adi nuement, nxllsh,
rench, Muslo and hII. locludrd.
Dr. ZAPPONK will (Tli e Lectures, and otherwise
aiiisr wnencter nee tn spare iimeiiom itiiinfui'
o 3 MR" A ZtPFONF, Principal.
MARKHAM'S is the best HOTKL In the Citt or
Adjoining .Wllardt HoUl,
Xo. 212, PCNN3V1.VAMA AVEM'B.
Ti. nni1nrl(fna(l hiiv fitted nod furnished th
abo e named house In the best manner, gh lug it all
th modern impro. euornts, Including wnter and gas
tn every room, beds and furnishing goods not sur
passed lu anj hous lu the countr) .
We beg to assure those who msy faor us with
a call In the ordinary, that It wilt l supplied with
e ery thing the market aitorils, got up In the ucst
i mle and at living prices.
The National fi(Wiiuisajs "We feel It to le
our duty to tnilte attention to this house, and to
guarantee the public against extortion In price or
neglect lu attendance. It will not l umler the
control of the sonants, uhetherwhite ortlark."
Ann weenooriv ii nuu uai tmij uut ino i-tn
Weiauonl to thoseioiuing to Washlngtim.
atop at the new Kuropean House, stop at the best
huiiic, stop at tho bouse neurit the t ns and the
TrAtt'Rt. ami tobme the benefit of all tbls, stop
JOHN II. IIULteON,
F. P MARKHAM,
(1,'c fi Proprietors.
tneut of two reiiKHiilMe persons thu the contracts
awariieuwiuLoiumneu. cd, odd tons may be mado to It on the same
nitls it lit be onened from time to time as thc ar , ' ' .....
ticks mayle needed, nndcoiitrnetswlllbe awarded tmns. It Is not necessary tb.it the subscribers
for the quantities needed, U the lowest resiwnslble ( a b ho w cU e tU lr juptr8 0( thc fiam0
bidder up to tne time u opening, I
The right is renn cd to aciept all or any part oi post omco.
Money may be forwarded by mall, at our risk.
Pwiiiiiaitlti Biliniilit li pmlnr(il Vriiisiiiii.li flip If AV I
or Oats," or " Weod," as the ease may be, and en-1 Largo amounts can bo remitted iu Treasury
uloie la leiiarAte emelones.
Lieut. Col. and A. D. C, Chief Quartermnster.
In comeaiienceof the lownenof the water in I
.. . .. --t. .......! . ...
in. ueurrsi nc.rrtoir it win ue necei.itryi unira.
great economy of water la practiced, for uie Uo
eminent loon to itiut oil the supply to cllixeoi en
All narion. are. therefore forbidden tu uie the
hydrantaoa PenQiiUanlaatenue.oronanyitreete , n
or aveuuei under the care aud iueri leloii of the . UDl- col'Ji ono I1"
Commliiloner or ruhllo DutldlDgs, ror vmterlnK the
itreetaor ja entente, or for auy private purpose
And all pereoni u.lue the water are urgently io
ns uie .. iw.ii
11. 1). FRENCH,
Melted to be ai economical In Its use as iwnlblei
ii. u. eHKnuit,
lep so Commliiloner of Publle Oulldlngi:
notes, or ilrafis ou lloaton, New York, l'hllailcl
phis, or llaltluiorci smaller amouuts lu gold, or
iu notvs of solvent liauks. Adilriss
W. J. MUKTAGII A CO.,
Washington, D. C.
K7-Tu DilLr Nation il ItcrrBLicaN Is
pulillabed every morning, (Sundays excepted!)
at tLe followlrg ratesi
FUc copies, ono year
Ono copy, six inoulhs
Flro coplrs, six roontlis
Ono copy, tlirra months
ment of Camp Furniture, we wou'
fully Inilt. the atUatloi. of toldk
Our aiiortment comprises In part
Csmp goods, lit
Crttnp Chests for mess of from four
Tshlei, Crnnp Stools, Camu Cots, Cair
with all oilier articles of Csmp Turn
ted to make a soldier enmfortsble
will be sold at the tery lJeit casl
OREEN k '
su 31 No. 126 Sereuth st
TB- A T I W A 1
THE HEW e.
TWENTY YZAR SIX ft CENT, tOSDS .
V .V I TED .STATUS
( Anotm oi " F im rntl.")
Ttie t'OUPON DONDS tn .urns of $50, f.100, 000,
The Rl'llISTFRrD BONDS In sums or W, (too,
,aw, ti,ooo, and 9,ooo,
ffnJrrnl roniMenetn at iatt of pureha.ej
ion him it nn ur
JAY COOKE V CO, .-'ilkcrs,
ra fyteenth tfi
Theie Bottoi sre '
now In the tr
Interest payable I
1b equivalent, at preiei
M Prn CctT. n
nov 2ft If
A KniENU f WKK1. TItV I'
DR. SWKF.TW I.NFALLIIII.F LI
The great externsl rctV f '
from the retlpe of Ur. v xs
cut, the celebrated bene
rU sled by thai of any IK
and liumedlite cure h",
tslrlSi SprslnB, Urul.Y
llurni, Suttds, l'llt'i, l.in.
ache, nnd nil Rlii'UmstlcV
Kxtcrnal Iiijurlei, c.
All mlleriTi ihnuM Kite
For isle by Cll Ml LIS
for Waihlngton, and by h
tt HAND ADVANCE
I IKK rOTOMAC, an
Ing up the prlcei of the!
BIULL,.Vo. 301 Mtentli .
ell gooJ clothli e nearly ai
hae 1 reu nghtlnn agaln.t li
j ear, and uur itoi n now ii g
sell at low prices
SMITH Is all the timet
goods it old prlciB,aHiic
ilcriell all "then. We have
toiellibtap.and we HUo
went Roo.1 Clothing at low p
thu men to sell It to them. A i
imvir ctoTHo nov.e
No, ilol b(
Ftrit door bet'
S.711TICK TO HICK AND AVOHNUED
1 .SULUIiH ffl'UU.NS .1M OHIEKt , jMri,tof Culumhia, lli'ofoi
ni'pftr neVTli n n rn i In theciie of John f1
llirOrOPD.lO.il It CO. IpMclirsth, decern.1
W-l .11 I l An.nanlnd niinill.lB HOT (lid Hill. Tlila t' .... . 1. . 1. . .
ItlC J.lirimi vuuijuimi u. ..,.-. ..- nal. Willi I.IV I'l'i
1 tween WaihliiKlon ami .New orlt liae put on a r Waghlnstan iui
Ukc Cai,ntted MP with berths, well lentllateil, ,inJl thn nihilsj o
. .V .'..I., in. ..itl.ia.d ril.liur. ami nthxr. tliat .. J. . .,. ji .
ana exprt'-iij iwr uiuvriB. -wiuits.! nu uu..." i nenieni ana aiti
imni ir ivtkt .m v . v. tuutnaivx- -nm ueceaseu( hi.
Al.r. AM) WINTKU COO US.
MILITARY AXD CIVILUX.
WAI.I- STK P1IRNS fc. CO, are now opening
their all and Winter Goods, embracing Hne Dress
C o its, Doeskin rants, eats, &o. A large ami n cll
selttted Stock of Hne heay Oiercoats. We- bae
Uo a complete assortment of .Justness Suits, ma1
lu thc most durable manner, omens will find our
Military Goods tls.lrous to tht lr wants. Heaty
Woollen Blankets, lor camp u-e at reasonable
nines HAI.I 1 1 r i Jir.ti a it' i
311 PennsjhanU a, enue, between
dtf Mnth and Tenth streets,
And SAt'BUA', for Philadelphia, at 6 o'clock
a m , Kxpress Train.
IJrt rMurnM, Itw.'.
'V'KW VOHK UUS1NKHH.
LAW, FINANCIAL ANP COLLECTING.
INVOICE BIIL3 4 BUSINESS NOTES NEOOTMTEP.
rHOTESTt-H NOTll ANU Uci CHHLD ACCOUNTS
STOCKS AND DOMJS JJUI'fillT AND SOLD
KCLUSIVKI.V ON COMMIRSIO.N.
aavRRXsrnxT claims jiouoht,
DyG. 7.. 1IOU8R,
Counsellor at lJiw,
'41 Nassau street, New York.
Kf Ten years in St Me and United States Courts,
Adilce siratls. aids
I on soldiers and others, passengers are cautioned
DO YOU KNOW IT I If jou do not, call at to PurchaseiiexeTaouiy iiir
SMITH k ntAUL'S, ho. 301 Seventh street, ' .' tn" u" k H' R to
near K street, ami )uy )nurseU a nice suit
wr.r nov ... -.
thin ion can Ny and tuev are sold so cheap at n 'V
"ll"1' J. H SMITH'S, Books bound
no. 4w sevenift ixreei near nussi vm.
the same hate t
inane) l tchenan.lv
of said rteceasetl ar'
phans' Court ni WaaMt.
h Ith their claims i-ropmj
otherwise bylaw I ealnttr
futlo. lo I....eBers. M.cea-e, -m. i r-;
s there lias been so mauj ikihs perpetrate! (jir tUnat fanUic ptv
e Ticket Otncein the
da) of Januar, l
Clothlnf from them, as they nare Just revived
new nnd iple ndld astyutment,
1 TVHT THY OUH NEW STOCK OP ( TDWAHD X.
J Uothinr from tbe People's Clotbtu store, No J
4b0 bi.'enin Sireei,near r. mtr uufwi.r wjr