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VOt. III. WASHINGTON, P. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY I, 1863, yp. 29.
If morn i
et aadfuthers, withvlo- DougUs.
Its usual bare look
ft bright turf, flow -
Smcn its waters
lio holCOf this
vf and the two
Llt.Htin mot tl'ordr
IV) lli latter to fall
Urelyfu the hands
pie were allow
BUore and al
' his escort.
-'.?" - WUll'U 1
'--,, I- It,,.
, tut) coaled
I. as thw steam tv
)i; their darksoii
toff cWlc cortege, consisting of the twenty
Mayora of Parti, In their staffe-coachea and
state. Hrertea. This long line of municipal
grandeur wai certainly a worthy repreienta
Hon of the city which bai worked bo wonder
ful a tram format Ion of lUtlf In the last ten
The Imperial cortrjfp returned by the war It
came, ana no Incident occurred of any kind to
mar the complete success and harmony of the
celebration. Tho day was cloudy, hut almost
Intern fly clone and warms and a single ray of
sunshine broke forth suspiciously to gild the
gorgeous train aa It emerged Into the centre of
the Barrlere du Trone, where fifteen or twenty
thousand persona were assembled to glre It
welcome. Cor. Ph'da, Gautte,
Prom the Chicago Times.
a noMAxrrc op the waii.
Th AdrantMrea or Girl RoUlIrr who
, Fought in in uuiea or anuon iua
We havo all read more than once during thli
rebellion the story of aorae fmmt mUUttire,
whose heroism In doing aervtce for the Union
wai only equaled by her Intense devotion to a ,
1 comrade. And In the yet unwritten hi lory of i
I the war these women wilt form the herolnei of
many a refrriblng narrative to lessen the tedl-
urn of marehei and battle and building of
' brldjrea. There was one or (in
em at the police
court yrsterday a sad culmination of an over
flowing cup of snfTrrlng and solf-denlal. The
poor girl said that her name was Mary Francli i
she could not have been more than nineteen.
Winter, and was slender and blonde, bhe raMuhavo
Passed on Sun- been handsome before her military arnica
teles for which commenced, bnt toilsome inarches and sentry
B so renowned, watchlngs. and exposure to wind and storm,
UGTeuiDgirora uaa roouuu uvi m iirr cuarms. .nun; tuna mi,
Imp hu winter ihe chewed tobacco I Bnt after all she Is not
Ties, and lite io nc warned lor um. i ne aispinung monot-
the Empress, on,y orcamp nronas given many or tiir stronger
OR oi lucnew " o tirunaxu ne-- ou jrruiumvy.
1 The clrl soldier was arrested near Camp
IbrtwooMork Don else. In this city, a day or two nco. A
Emperor put his guard had Insultcdher. Bheattackedthegnard
i me luiiicrlea ana muippea mm nravc anenucr mai ue was.
to the appoint. I Thence her present sorrows proceeded, Bhe
avalcade Masof was Ironed, taken to the armory, and there ar-
rst came a troop ralgned at the morning session of theconrtc
. In full rannnlT. t lerdav. Not at all down-hearted, the elrl told
erk and floating her story In a fow word, and honestly.
and horse; uch Sho enlisted as a Private In the Fifty-second
iui ui villi ipmcui, Jiim iukiuicih . v.uiuiiiub. vs.iit'i iui.t-,111 a
here. The Km- Hhlloh, olJ utralu at Perryvllle, where she was
I clipped bro-sn dangeronsiy uonwiea in the breast. Alter too
d mastery, and lattir battle she was placed In hospital at l,ou-
ncreaAlng tend-1 Isvlllc, and It was then that her sex was first
Idc of him were discovered. Although the wound she had rr-
'Joachlm Murat reived was of a serious kind, yat private Mary
usual glittering Francis, who bad fought In mo battles, vas.
lallihe marshals 'still brae of heart, and rallying from disease
ijcncd at this mo-' she speedily convalesced. As soon jis she had
whom might be I recovered, the military authorities gave her
iriou transportation to Columbus. Ohio. Bhe visited
tofter scene, when (that place and was cruelly received by her step
kMted In the Irapo father. Ilavlng several dollars left from her
fiKrfectlon of their I military wares, she determined to buy a pas
v.joxy looked extreme-' sage to Chicago, In the hopes of securing em
fnmuc. Inclining to . plovment In this creat city. Arrhine here tho
mafronlr aDDcaranee. I aborc mentioned mUhuu befell her at Camn
nuprcunaLersiiouidem ' he was questioned rlnnclv several t mes on
ShU of a cachemerr nil these facts, hut there-, as no difference In
(r UdesatlhePrln- the answer. Her statement was cvldenth tho
i ftJlowed a hole plain, unexaggeratett truth, while a book could
ip o' hurxara closed havo been filled with Ihe minor details of her
ll ay along the ( experience. M e refused to assign any motive
yard JeBepaatopol, for her enlistment simply said that she lllced ,
(he new Botllerard. thnmrvm anrlthnt irnlflll Th irlrl than rn.
Ttaliliherbatean stated herself in the prisoner's box, traplled
jjum ti.i t.r.i km anoincr nanniui oi looarco into uer mouiu, ana
resigned herself to her fate.
Judge Miller, In consideration of her patrl
MIC services, ordered the defendant to he dU-
harg1, hut exrrwM the hope that some peo-
,i " pie incmruKo wonia ne cuartume enongn tc
.ttnMaeioneMand ,akP ,D lhe w,DKElrl a,M Kle h(r PtnVT
Caniprcatlon and Its K-nilf,
From the PhlU.lelphU Giettc
The condition of the Interior of the Boutbern
State mutt by this time he one of great prlva
tlrtn nil nnalPHlnr Ttii lilrinL mlnli u A.mdi.
It i k ii ut "orce impressing them worst) than exilu-
-, ,iii mi. -,ion -roni joreipn traio coma coraprtes the
yuiytw joyg Buias. vv r here make eventnmg wn
'tbll COn- rxllw rim ll I rn wlillf In tlin flnnlhprnlilntM tht.m
Hilar e. never have made anvthimrof consenuenee fur
themselves. In on of the fow come of Houih-
wu bait now eru lournals that continue to be nnblUhcd. wo
arch thorn h 4lnd a long detail of dev lcc to ho used as a sub
go were to he dilute for leather In maLlng shoes, and the list
etani, A was ts reany pniniui in go over, so morongniy aoert
ireiy etnered it emunusu tncir aesiiiuuon. vv ncn tuey organ
ont hiinff ihf thewur on the I'ulon. hundreds of rmintrv
tocrttl with journals were published In smtll towns, all of
drawn aside hlcu haveabsululfly disappeared. Two thirds
The towd otthe stronger class, published In ihedilm,
ern thu old have Also died out, and theru U srarrel) any
nd form an ihliijr readable within the reach of ordinary
d lion e ton people. There are no mazarines, no new Iwoks.
he sicrht was nnttuii?. indefd. available to relieve the dearth
t riding slowly of Inulllgcnee. that everywhere prevails.
sun, ana the in the matter or provisions, there U crritt-r
Idenh the nlrm now felt than ever before, lthhmnn.t
les lu length, has a panic over the price of corn and itssrurr.
it torajs do not permanentl supply any I
country, uud all lhat Bragg stole from Ken
tuoLj would soon hceatenupbyhtsonntroops.
Tlie people at large can only lie fed through the
natural chnntuls of loinmerclal etchange, and
when time wholly fall, thn drill of atlalrs Is
Cirtaln to one end ouly, and that end Is exhaus-
tlou. A year since. Kentiukv aud Tennessee
supplied vust quantities of provisions to the
rebels, nut now tnts source oi supply is cut oil.
.MWUMppl, Louisiana, a;idToifi- also furnished
'tiininnni stores a ear ago. wuno now they
jleld very little, aud soon will ylwld nothing at
alt. Were tho Mississippi permanently opened
to us, and therefore permanently dcnlod to tho
rebels, It would be safe to predict tho abandon
ment oi me wnoio oiaic oi .Mississippi, and the
-lurtVluu of any rebel army that should insist
Tm occupying It.
The n.xl two grtat movementa of w hlch we
have hope ought to give ua tbebtatuof MIerIs
sippl aud th 64kt4.ru half ol North Carolina I
within a couple of months at the Tarihnt.
Hue is a new place These will cut of Texas from the rea of tho
latue oi rnoce tu uonteltracy, open tue jtississippi river to tu,
v uiruaiuiuiijiuc idu vwnjiiw iunr cuici tuurcc oi receipts lor
lmii of Loiuhar. iititiIIw of nrovlslom. Kvrvwlitrt th 1i.u
the first Nt ' are ciniutr In with vizor and currvv. and tin
tomprtislon Is felt In a thousand vvava -shlch
vavtl ou tht fibel ptlde will not acknowledge, as well a In
of provlfllondl em matteri evident to all nuuMool tbeConfeder
td, wllh a view to U Une. Our fleet of Iron-clad ships Is nutr-,
are peimaueully ') rcauj ior work nu aioug tue eta-coast, .Mo
Place du Trot a bile, Bitiunuah, Wllmlugtoo, and Charleston I
gtrauce tu ibe are uu ithln uuco or nu gum, und ail may bo
Weil lUkVU IUIU L 1114 ISC Ul lMli U1UUIUK' BCfVU'e OI
una lurniquuto ueu wtieo it suau anally iret
he chturc of blockade runners will bo
t irejieut and more proatahle. We bavo
uj ibeu ou vrseis, wonn anout forty
i tiyiittrv, ii in nun, auuiUKUCll
ten or twcli e mllllous worth more
'j lea Hritlsh port and are afloat
lal Liverpool and seccih SaBsau
jLT.Mti' ntire confident e on rupiur
ixj; iounodh wonn.
MiiBiio a H ccain Tuns Aoo.--The
following extract from the GentUnian'$ Maga
zlne for 1790, may not be unlnteetlog to our
"Married, Id June. 1750, Mr. Wllllen Don
kin, a considerable farmer of Great To son
(near Bothbury,) In the connty of Northum
berland, to Miff Eleanor Bhoton, an agreeable
young gentlewoman of the tamo place. The
entertainment on thle occasion wai very grand,
there being provided no 1ms than one hundred
and twenty quarters of lamb, thirty-four quar
ter! of veal, t enty quarters of mutton, a great
quantity of beef, twelve hami, with a suitable
number of chickens, etc., which was concluded
with eighty half ankers of brandy made Into
punch, twelve dozen of elder, a great many
gallons of wine, and ninety bushels of malt
made Into beer The company conitited of
Ave hundred and fifty-eight ladles and gentle
men, who concluded with the music of thirty
Ave fiddlers and pipers, and the whole was con
dncied with the utmost order and unanimity."
North Carouha. A letter from Beaufort,
X. C, under date of the 20th, (speaking of the
Fontcr expedition, J says
11 1 am compelled to say that there Is but Utile
Union feeling among the North Carolina peo-
le, so far as I can see, among the Inhabitants
eft behind ihe neutrals, so called. They near
ly all refuse to take the oath of allegiance, and
only those take It who have an object to gain
by so doing, and when It Is done there Is always
n mental reservation about It that they will
only he loyal until thr llme-i change, and then
they will change."
Tn rcRStrir irTER aT,rr orncsna, not on
staffr, to gratify tho troublesome curiosity of
the Bnalc, would lead, If persisted In, to
F.uropc, In the ess of one captain, who Is pro
hahly spending 'n tho cafe of the Provincial
Drothers the noney he was supposed to be
earning monthly on the Rappahannock has
led to a law ofllce In Cincinnati, and discovered
another captalL In full practice at the bar of
that city, and 1.1 Hit1 full practice of drawing
his pay every thirty das.
1KOF. O. 9. FOWI.Elt.thoolJ m.UUhn;
aulshed author and lecturer oo Phrenotor)
And rh j tnoj will dellv er a course of lectures in
W'mihlocton about the flrit of Ff hrn-.rj .
dec 30 lui
IlalU, Prl ale anil lubllr Parties.
Ihe Cubscrthrr, at the urgent request of the Cit
izens of ViuMn1on aiu the Public KentTftlty, )m
now resumM hit oiit-Me Urn 11) builnei, in the
D!SERSt PAHTILS, U'Pf FJtM VEATDIWF1.
Scot to nay p-,rt of the City at tU ShortMt NnlUe,
sad w 111 be iiperlotende ty the uhicrlber la per
The proprietor would also her leave to remind
his Patrons ol this rra.h, Init the late store
and Saloon has been thsngra to a (ieatlemea's Krs
taiirant. The LaUles who will favor htm with
thir Patron Ape will flad.onthe eond Floor, a
hsnJsomel) furnlihetl Beceptioa Rnnm, In which
Mrs OwTirn will b happy to receive their or
ders. Folrsnce by tvie Prlv ate Door.
nov S9 eolm 2ffi Pi'nni)hanla aveuue.
XTAVV YAHII, Washlnslou,
ll ' IpniirtaiaJahl'e Vjtte, PntmUi 2., bi
FIFTY DOLLAR HF.UAnD IS HI RFB OF
Fl KFD for the ap.rehentuu anil dcllier) Into
tustodynf the coinwuntUut of the nearest .Na
ard, of each of the fi.llnln- ixvuiM ptrous, de
sertrrs fruin the nml sen Ice of the t olte.l States
Acting Third AstUtani I- nxlnee r Hfnrj Uorcuni
and Acting; Third sslsUnt 1 nxlneer W illlatu (,-.J-ilard,
both of tlte United states steamer t unit in k,
and iH-ttt bellsted to be resl tents of Newfirk or
Aitlnx Mter' Mats T H Drown, a ltd Utln
Master's Mate Aunstm Farwell, of tlit? Potomaa
John If Campbell, I aptaltt ft t!. H..M, Motor
Perrj , seaman, t.iil 11 M lleebe and Jehu M die,
UnJamen, all nt the Currituck.
AMJItKW . II-.HWOUI),
Navj ard tud pnti.m u
dee "w Iw
Ct W. (lOODAM.,
'. PLUM UER,
(l H ASH STKAM h I T V K Rt
fiflt Vtwnth ttrtet, nmr Can at BrUljt,
AM orJers rKtcutrd at tbetdioiteit notue. In tha
most substantial manner, and on reatonatiletermr
Personal attention fit en to etery department ol
the business. nov 34
11 1 H II A H A K (1 K N T H
. AWNING, FLAO, AND
V.VIOX TEXT FVT0U
No. 030 Peunsyli aula a- euue,
WASHINGTON, I). ('.
SUTI.KHS AXfl AltilT TKX1S
OH H1VD OR M1T.B TO ORDBn.
Awnlnrs, FUpi, Tents, Moll Bags, Horse Covers,
Signs, Wagon Co ers, Ave, made at short notice,
10 Aid CO ALII
ALARGEand eoiatdete KiBOrttne.it ... all Lin. la
of COAL, delivered free from slate.dlit and other
?" S,Sso lbs. to the ton.
EXCELSIOR TIRE KINDLING!!
Abo, containing ut souare. One wjusro will
kindle a wood or charcoal lire, burning fiom eight
tu ten minutes, being the best artblc In the market
for building Are.. WM M U.W.r,
No Stti p av , betw lith ami i-th its,
de i i 0t
11111 A NH' COirilT.
tHttilH of Columbia t HuiAUjfo,. County, to vlt;
In the case of Anna Random, executrix of Btae
dlit llandoiu.dvceaietl, the ixetutrU aforesaid has,
ulth tbc approbation of tho Orphans Court of
Washlustou (.ouuty aforesaid, apj-olated Saturday,
the 34thday of Jauuar next, fur the ttual settle
meat and distribution of the personal estataof said
duccased, of the assets In baud, as far as tha same
liavebeeu oollectedaod turned Into moncy,wnen
and where all the vredltors and heirs of said de
ceased are not 1 tied to attend. ai the orphans Court
of Wail.lD-.ton county afry-t) with their claims
UIIICTIV.IY UV W
aid deceased's es.
tate prQjjaVL.I.BL.I.BL.In order be published
oncey-HSsssssssSHn th. National Rtpub
are now opening
BvinK ua ureas
large an well
Pk'is vve nave
l tiults, made
TOR WASHINGTON, OBOROBTOWrt AXD ALEXlif
The following Ii a correct list or all the hoi
pltali, In the above cities, with their locations,
and the sargeon In charge of eacbi
Ascension Unitarian church, fth and D its.
Dr. J. C. Dorr.
Ascension Dr. Smith's Church, 9th between
0 and n streets. J, C. Dorr.
Ascension Bontbern Church, 6th between
II and I streets. J. C, Dorr.
Armory Arraory8qt(are,7iust. D. W. Bliss.
Alexandria, 1st dlvlilon Alexandria. J. .
Alexandria, 3d division Alexandria. T. It.
Alexandria, Sd division Alexandria. F-dwln
Campbell 7th it., near Park Hotel. Dr. J.
Carver 14th St., near Col. Col. O. A. Jud
son. Caspar)! A at. sooth, east of Capitol. W.
Columbian 14th ft., Col. Col. T. A. Crosh.
Collego (Jeorgttown. J. M. Brown.
Camp, ex. ana par. prls. Near Alexandria.
Dr. Peter Cleary,
Douglas Cor. 2 it. and N, J. ave.
Dunbarton Btreel Georgetown. Dr. A. E.
F.benczcr 4th, near O it. west. W. F.. Wa
trs. Ecklngton Halea'a house, N. t. ave. B. A.
Emory X m. east of Cajd'ol. Wm. Cleu
dcnln. F.plpb any Baptist f'bi'reh, 13th tet. O and
II. its. Jamca Bryan.
Fairfax Seminary I miles out Alexandria.
David P. Smith.
Flnley N, V. are,, nnr (lalea's farm. J.
11 are wood 7th street, Corcorana farm. T.
Island Tlall Comer Virginia avenue and Oth
siroet. Wm. Ilayes,
Judiciary Bouar E street, between 4th and
. i am, in. a. i. aiarsn.
j Kalorama 31it street, near Boundary. R.
1 Lincoln-East or Capitol. Dr. Henry Bry
i Mt. Pleasant 14th street, nnar Boundary.
C. . McCall,
i Odd Fellows' Hall K at., near Navy Turd.
i W. E. Waters.
Patent Offleo Oth street. Dr. J, D. Robin,
Prcubyterlan Church Georgetown. B. Knlck
Seminary Georgetown. Landon Wells.
1 Stuuton Opposite Douglas, Dr. J. A. I.U
Stono 14th street, near Boundary P. Glen
i St. EllxaWth Insane Asylum, Easl'n Branch.
C. II. Nichols.
St. Aloyslus K street, between 1st and Sd.
Dr. Alex. Ingram.
T. B. LashelTs.
Trinity O street, corner 3d. A. .t. Baxtar.
Trinity Printing office, corner 2d street and
Indiana avenue, A. J. Baxtar.
Trinity Church Georgetown. M. F. Bowers.
Union Chapel 20tU street, near Pennsylva
nia avenue, V. II. Butler.
Union Hotel Corner Urldgo and Washing
ton streets, Georgetown. Geo, W. Httpp.
Quartermaster's 17th stre-rt.
linOIHIMAI.R KOIl EWEMIPK).,
PniT Orrir r Deparvmcst, I
H athington, Vtctmbtr 5t, 18CJ. i
i IED PR(IP0IS will be re-.ei.ed at this
Department until 3 p. tn , oo the loth day of Jsnu
ary, 101, for farnlshlar I,0n0 Fneloies, more '
or lest, as the lstiuaster General mi) require, to I
be hied by this Department fur cot etlor letters re
turned to the writers
These en vein pes are to tw made tu the mo. I j
thorn iirli uiauuer,(f the U-l Manilla i .iter, uJ ,
to be 5l-'J tj S3-1H ln.bes la slir, ana nin.t be i
Kiimmedfor sealloaat least 4l-31nvhes at the point, i
I hey are also to lia e upon the upp r sutta. e h ,
uuantltvof mlntliur. In (tear tit--.' interim atmiit '
nne-inira inrreni, in conioruiii) with a svi
uhlch will be ftiruislied un application at tht
uiui are ifi innru iniiirnnu intvm tanwtr
or suvh quantity thereof as nifty be ordered b the
roitmaster (Jeaernli to be Itioruiirlil) inale,ul the
best qitatlt) of butt paper, to be 1 1 -HMO Inches la
lie, and to bat e the words " Post Ottlce Driarl'
uiriii," " un.u i Business," ana " i'ona.aier '
printed ou thru, la the manner pre-iulted by this
All the above envelopes must be banded In par
cels of twrul)-IHe and delivered uewkl) at ll,e
Post OBI, Deparlmrnt In ashloaton. In tfood or
uer, reaav mr use, inn iree oi ,on ior ii.iinj' na
transportation, and at therateof 3u,0.pu ecl. week
'Ibeflrst deliver) to be matte on the llrst ot febru
Blihlers are expeUrd lo furtiUh saiupla of tlte
rn elopes whUh tliey prupose to supph, and no
bid will beiunsiderediiialeMotleretl t innuulsctu
rers of envolnpee, -.-.vonipanlcl t rttl.fni.tDrj
The contract will be awarded tu th? partv sub'
inlttliiK the lowest aud best bl I, wl.l-.lt Is to be de
termined l takltiK Into acouul the prUe and the '
ii.rllti of the samples
Bond and euiilt) will be required for the faith,
ful petformincenf the contract, and all payment.
under It will t e ina le quarter!
The blda should le indorsed '' Proposals for Fn
velo.es, and should l-e addressM to the lhltd
Aislstaut Postmaster Cenrsl, Fnst Offl.c Depttrt
ment M Ul MX,
de. 30 dtjanS Poittnsater Ceneral i
HAND ADVANCE OK THE AllM.,
anil clothiers arecrj Injup the great advance
of clothing, but wrare selling Ht a small advance
on old prices. We havealarj-t sto.kon hand, and
are aellln thrm utt to make more room, lor we
hav e a eiy large stock of Clot hi nr, at our manu fac
tory, and are now running oil our ito.k at less
than wholesale prices to make room We hav e al
wajs been lighting against high prices, and shall
continue to do so. Mr it.MI1 His In the market all
the time, and is enabled to furnish our store with
a superior stock, and we cannot be- undersold bj
any one. We have the means to sell cheap, and
SMITH h. REAI L'4,
No, J01 Kwuth street,
nov 21 dtjaul Near K street.
TkTOTICB TO IM.ASTKHKIl..
Pbui-oivii wilt be irtelved at th ottlce of the
Bureau of Construction until Janur loth, IWJ, j
fur plastrriuff the wails, celllnss, O-c , of tha habs,
oorrldors anu various apariuieius oi u.e west set,.
.,.". if. i. -i. t .'.-.!
.U.MIW ,,.".u7 !.V"r . -
iiuiiier Qiuii si tie i ne once iwr vara. iace -ieas
Fuffloeer In charge Treasury Prpurtnieut
P s Full -lie draw to; of mouldings sod eched.
ule of quautltlei iaa be seen at this onus
d, 9J eotJan tu
V K II N l H O U II V K.
J tons -
In store and lanllng, b;
IEfAfr ft. CO ,
Dear Daltlmoie Wp.,
V F4III or.NQ i.Aimcj,
No 01 KStBrrT, Nrn-fur Ciaiu
Irum 9fl to
ure Tho whole work will require thrr- fc0i;s ' i great economy ol water is practiced, for the Gov- C!?"lutl DitLT Nalltixit ItKrt'HUrAN Is to sell cheap, and we will do It, as our tiistomeis
UW.rhoVed"hJ wholVra'flfcd in """ Jfi,1,".111 ,00,, ! "1Ut u" t,rt ""," t0 cl,ier" ' D imWIslird iw ry .uornliu', (.Sundays . e,.ed,) an. CuM HutM.. a. low puces, an 1 , are just
naiiuerforpalutlnctbrooliut All jversocs are, therefore forbidden to um the at the lollowlnic ralW: ' the men to sell It totheru AmIIIs sollciic4attha
thVmr .... laj0ci.rifctaTim.uiw-..c
losT.panie.1 with prooer guarantees that ihe bidder ,? I'ifmf"' ot '"r " prltal jujHso oui Ciiy. U mouths . 1.75 flutbi.rs,
brill eiura sai siavi
X T F. A S I I
. TEA till
S F I C E 81
A larre Uvolea of the abort articles are now
e4of received, aaJ for sale by
D. J. BROWN,
No, t, Wsshtortoa Sulldlac,
9sventh street and Pesa. avenue.
SUTLERS TASK NOTICEl
Teas la V pound packs.
Teaa tn , 8, to, 11, la, ia and 90 pound boxes.
Canned Tomatoes In Sdozaa boxes,
Cannad Peaches tn 3 dor. en boxes.
Pickles In 2 dozen boxes.
Gum Drops In V pound papers.
Gum Drops In 8 pound boxes
Raisins In boxes and ,' boxes.
Pepper In 3 ounce papers and la I itoii boxes.
English Mustard la pound pspars and etas.
Rarllsh Mustard a H and 1 tross boxes.
Preaerrsd Chetrles In bottles.
Flxs la 3K pound drums tad I pound boxes,
Lemoa Syrup U bottles.
For sale by
D J DROWN,
No. 8, Washington DiilMlo,
Seventh street sod Penn. avenue,
WashUfton, D. C.
p TIIK OPPlCEns (
TIIK OPPlCEns OP TIO. AltHV.
Jilat Arrlvaul kv illMAt KnnAtn wu. ....
..... -..,-,- j m. ,winii imiwy jit 1 VaiI
Fulton, from Euron., ry lln. .nd lire lKrt-
m.nt ot Mulnr, Opr, FUIJ CluM,, ul T,l
woi,. which I .111 Mil nv.rvliltl. .tiAr. th.
.! in r.,l.h A. ,'oh,Umi!.r. i no.:
uprrlortobf hl. h.lnt t MtMttd purpoitlr
fnr this market. AUo, a laric. and w,Uaa,ort,d
.lock of Op, ra Cl...f ., MIcrowopM , gold, .llr, r,
ilrht h th. , nf an IWi..al. a ...al.laal.1.
.v... .., .... .... v. .... un,,,,,,,, HJHIHITIHIII
number of c.rtlflcalr, to b. ,n .t wy odlc, from
trmiiman wno nav. Men lulled at mf tabll,h.
4?5 2nnylfanla aifnitt, bttvetn Four-aid-a-half
and S,ith ttrtiti.
My Eat.blltlun.nt tiup at.lr.
Olantt pint to lull. The Irade wprdled.
TATIONAL I. O A . .
SIX PER CENT. D
TWENTY YEARS FROM DATE,
I tOr after Ave years, at option of the Government.)
THE COirpO.V IlONDtl,
In sums of
ONF HUNDRFD DOLLARS,
FIVF HUNDRFD DOLLARS,
ONF THOlJlSn DOLLAR.
THE UKaiSTKIlED donds,
la sums of
ONE IILNDRFD DOLLVR.
F1F lU'NDRFD DOLLARS,
ONF THOL'ND DOLLR,
FIF THOl'taND DOLLARS,
TEN THOUSAND DOILAIiS,
INTFRFST COMMf M.INO AT DUE OF PL'R-
And payable srmbtnnually
IN fl OLD.
I These liosiuare the
j ( IIFAPFir ItllVr RNAlr NT SFCt'RITY
I nuw lu the marker,
, The lt.ttr'r.t, at present pi, e of tulo, being etuilv
aieni io n rtHUsr.lu turn a,y.
rOlt SAll: BY
JA. COOKE X CO.,
414 Fifteenth Stiett,
f.u fcMWr VF JIO.YDV,
THL iSVR NulU,
. . ... (,ai...
dec 10 tl
A It M S l I 1 L I K S .
Orrirr ornir Cnirr WuAaTcaMAiTEa,
AHMr Or THE PoTiniAi,
Washlnrlon. htTtembrr 30. ltH3.
PROPOSALS are ImlfM for furnUhlnr for the
use of the at tu v of the Potomac the following ar
tkles 3,uuo tons lest n.uallty Timothy Hay, securely
baled, the weight of eaih bale to le
3,000,000 bushels ..r Oats, of the best quality, In
stmngsaiks, well sewed
T.ooo cords Oak and Hlckuty Wood, well sea-
soueu anu oi me uesr quant)
Each bid must be accompanied b the endorse-
ment of two responsible persous that tho contract.
1 niTSin Vi" "', ul.ulw ,,
Will will be oiwiml frODi thu. tu time a. the ar-
tide, may tie nietc!, auaeoatractaulllbe awarilid
The rlgl.t li men ed to acce.tall or ar 1'alt ol
""Xi.'i'.ai. n i 1 1, p,..u.i. r. ii..
or ut.,M or "WaiKl,'. ai lu. ca.e tua be, aod ru.
clo,e lu .eparate '""rHUK..s tNaALLS
Lieut Col aodA I) C , Cblrf yu.rtermaiter.
' . .. ... .
iu.e-maeiiiir-fi ill n.wnesBit, iitrfwaterin
ikn tnaM Knifnn r i u u n.,aa..M ...i...
And all nersons ustiir the water rc urrenthv arw
lip! I A. a tl. fla. Aft Vnil.hinli .1 I II It. M..A Md .aalflalllKlaa
11 H eHKrtt'H,
Commtsslnner ol Public tiultdluri.
V K W i O 11 K
iNvotrs nuts a nrstvsA'4 notks nxuotiatid.
PaoTltTrn .Notei ami li rtiiHto Ar.oi nti
Ufll'OM r ANJ iVLiriTTU.
iTOChS AND BOND BCll'CallT AND SOLD
IrCLlSIFL US CU.MMIH4IOS
anvFltwrvT ci it Us iiuraitT
Dy G 7 HOI'IF,
oiinsellur at Law,
'43 Nassau street, Nh otk
j fsn years In tate and I'nlted States Courts 1
if i i .I., nnt (-..li .t
1 Ul OV KNOW IT I
WIITHIAUKALI 'i.No Mil Seventh stre,
near K street and buy yois-gLUesult
Clnthliur frnm thim as thsrlB-cssaF
limiting irominsm, siiney-------------------a--'
r AK IIAf.L CrXTIIIG 1IOVIB, No. 404
Seventh street, nssr F street, the Great Baiar
of Fashion, whe re yoncan And the best cut and mads
Clothlnx for Men and Boys1 wear that the market
can produce, and nor price-, for th-srme--, and du
rability of our goods, defy competition. (Oar
nelfhbor Smith, tiro doors shore, so lo'Of noted (or
selUof clothing less titan any house la the olty, la
a private conversatloa, acknowledged to us that
our Boys' Clothing waathebtstmadeandcut goods
ne fer aawiano, 11 the aitliens of Washtnffton
were posted In the goods I have, my store would ,
be overrun with ladles and gutlemea In want of ,
clothlog , and I only wish to hare you call and a w '
our beautiful asssrtments of ctothlof , and 1 think
that our prlM, .n4 cuol will mor, lbn rf xou
for Oiling t Ik. Liu!!., ClotMn Hdum, No 404
tr,.th llrt, ur F ,lr,t, two dooi, t.low
S.frjtodf know, Smith, but, lnil.U of t.Ulnj
ftt hi, I1.,, crm. In two door, below
H. B I h. . . ,ptcll won) to j to th. L4I,
that I c.n 1m thrm Uttr tlio ntr I. H07,'
ClothUlj, 1, mjr .lock ncfll .njthlot I ' h.it
I. BRl'CK t CO.,
Form.rl) .t Odo. H.U,
nor:t-tti,ul Now t O.k llll.
K U' INVENTION
ARTIFICIAL CLEOPLAiTIC BONK TFETH,
without metal pints or clasps, by
DR. S. II. 8lGFRf(iNM
TMO Broadway, New Vork and HM Penn, at enue.
"" tniiiiH-nu iniricwnin sis ,
VTAiurfflTO':, n. r.,
Calls the attention of the publla to tht following
adranta-;es of his Improved systemt
1st. Th teeth at his insnurt!iiiM t. m nrp a.
rods nor ehanx color by any acid, and are thret-
fourths lbzhter than any other.
I M. No feeth nor roots need be extrseted, as the
' artlfUlal ones oan be Inserted o sr them.
I td. The roots will be made lnoirrnslrr and never
' 4th. Nottmporarrteethartneedtd,-sr-trmanent
j ones can be made lmmeiiutrl-r, thereby preservlnr
I the natural expression of th fate, which, under
the old system, Is frequently dUftfursd.
i 6th. This work has been Killy tented, for over five
-"an. bV mAFtYn th Hrat fkmlil. M-nA ni.w.M.H.
' tkla iA & Hit ...
VI mi. nuu mi vi4 WUUI(
Dr. . h, lu Inr.nt.d wblt. In.lf ittucllt.I,
1 " 'lKf , with which tl tnoit MUltlr. t,,U
en b. HUM without p.ln.uid c.n build up . per-
StUffS tSSti "" "5 "" Wh"h A, Y"
H,t,r,r,toth.rollowloctrntl,m,n'Dr V Motti
Dr Dortmus, Profr,Mr of Ch.mlitrrj Hon. A.
V;' Ft&X?? v". ry"lt ",' h'
I n . 1 a .v. ,' - ' ..,'
b.iauu ,IIUU.n,,t. T Ulll.r..
Call and f aamlne for rour.flvn. nov 6 fin
WEEKLY NATIONAL REFlfBLICAN.
The nnderslrned commenced. In the month
of Docmber, 1800, u,, pnWIc.llon, la Ihl. city,
wi Tfrvr.ij .Kn.j(Ti. IUI.-.U IUU lUl.ona Ilf
i It contains aH the original matter of the
t Daily XtfiQH'iI JttpiMleat, with the exception
j of local news not Interesting to country iub
1 It will give foil reports of the proceedings of
(oDjtre, and of the other Departments of the
, It contam. .11 th. nw. of lb. d.-, fordp,
uu ucraceuc, mararts, tcc., xp., aa wen ai an
. original conrepondenc- from all parts of the
country. The miscellaneous department will
rMAi.-,Mi.i ..iM t- -ii ..
, , . -. i v r'ni.i .iiruituiii suu, IK Bit rpjirio,
the elTort will be made to establish the charac
ter of the Xahunal JlrpiMlran aa a Family
WasbluKton being now iho central point of
the current military operations, jjrrut attention
will bo paid to furnishing the readers of tht
National RepulUtan with full, and especially
with (.rrtiiitv, accounts of the progress of the
war for th I'nion.
Jn poliI.'i, the papr Is HepuMicnn, sustsln
Ini; tin Adnilnlftrniinu of Vr. I.lnroln.
Tbero Ia tiot.ll.er KepuMlcan paKr In the
District of Columbia, or lo the vicinity of It,
and It Ubellfrd that remit event a have oprnrd
to surh a pipf r an Important p.ioni of usettil
itTort. 'llirttltiie has come, when th acltm
jdiulblbtrullott oflbc t.ovfruuu nt uiou lit pub
licau prlmiplis will explode Iho mUn preset)
tatlons wbhli hivu undo lLre prlndplrs a
dlsuteful to thftiouili.
Uut It Is nut ouly her-, and In thla Kltilty,
that thu projectors of tho Xationut lit pull, an
hupMo moke It ueful. To the whoU country
they i.fler a Journal which will dlscu national
... . , .,-, .1 .,. .-l. I . ....... .
nin urii r n i, , 1 1. i iu j'oi limit- uiuy li
any ovrrowerlngpre'surc of lo.al Intet.'H.
TEKMA OP SUBSCRIPIION.
One ropy, one year
Hirer loplis, ono year
r Ivc t'opli-s, one year -Tm
copies, one veur
One copy, six months
'j hree copies, six months
yvn ooruoa sli montha
1 en copies, six monthii
Iwent) copies, six month
ravmints aiwaa in auvauru.
Whin a CTiv-oi euoscrioCM has btell forward-
cd, sJillilan. uin be made lo It oo Iho aume
' , , ....
iwiue. It la uut iu(t''ury lUttt the euliacrlliira
Jlouey uiuy l.o forn nrded l.y mall, ut our rlL.
Large amount, can Le reiuilUxl lu Treasury
' uolia, or draft, ou lloelou, New VorL, I'LIUJel-
i j.liU, or Uallluwei amallir amouulaluijoldjor
' lu nttii ofaolvent liaoai. Ad.lre-a
I W. J. MUKTAOH A CO ,
i U'i,iVln,nn t ,
nm-muuuu, hJ. s.
irinwniitii. .w n.nnii.a
Ouo rojy, three months
TITirii TO HICK ANU WOUNUKU
i AOLUfr JS miLfJ.Nv ifJ UIIffAA
1)1 roi OF II HO IM( (O
lh Rallroiid Companies romposliiK the line be
twreii Uashlii(ton aiul .New iwrL, have put on e
Urue ( ar, fitted up with t-erths, well ventilated,
it ml ri.presIv for otiUcrs, suldlers and others that
nre vvDiimlttl or sick, with cv.pt Ion ol voniailous
The I ar ulll leave. in Tl FSO A , Till RsD AV1
nnd SATI UDOS fur Phlla.lelpMa, at uJmk
a in Ffcpriss rraln
Itr i Mm h 'ii Hu.'
t auOou to laieugrs,
tl.eietisi teen so many rnvioi irieii-ated
u soldiers and others passman are cautioned
to bunhaie tukets oalv at the ticket Ottlce lu the
U-pot ot the B u R R Co de 30
vT THV OUR SK STOCK OF
tf tloiniM inna iue nnu, . wuinui siuie, m
o...nTh atreet. neat I The out-waor anr
PEEn'B HAMDVC1 WINK
ruat, asp rorn vlamold,
OF CHOICE OPORTO ORAPE,
FOR PHYSICIANS' UIK,
For FkmaUt Weakly Arsotts, and arttfbfi.
i Jf -,
Krery family, at this season, should tiss the
Celct-rated in Europe for Its medicinal and hejierw
clnl qualities as a rentle Stimulant, Torde, DtuiMLc,
sod .fudorlDe, hlxUyesteemad by eminent i-hrsb
etna. id in Kuropesn and American HoapttAls.
and ty some of the first fan. tile In Europe and
AS A TONIC,
Ithasnoq-,il.e.uitnx an appetite end building
up the srstem, l-clog entirely a pute wine rf a mn-l
AS A DIURETIC,
tt Imparts a healthy action or the Glands and Kid
nsj s. and Urinary Organs,! ery .ene(lclal In Dropsy
Gout, and Rheiiuatie attVetlons
Is not a mixture or manufactured artwle,tut Is
pure, from the Juice of the IMrtuir-,1 flsmbucue
grape, cultivated In New Jersey, rccommenAe.1 by
Chr mists and physicians sspotsesslns: medical pro
perties sup ilnr to anr other W toes In use, and an
excellent article for all weak and debilltatad per
sons and the -.real and infirm, Imnrot lac the appe
tite and trfnetlf ln( ladles and children
A LADIES' WINK,
Because It will not Intoxicate as other win., as It
contains no mixture of spirits or o'her liquors, and
Is admired for Its rich, peculiar tlaror, snn nutrtth
properties, ImpsrtlDf- a healthy tone to the dlt
Ire orr-.ni, and a blooming, soft, and healthy. kin
WE REFER TO
A few well-Vnnwn xrntlemen and ph)sklsns who
nine me, i. r ior
Gar Morri'i, N.Y State
DrJ RChtl in, NY City
Dr Tarker S Y Clt
Drs Darc),kMchoU New
Dr Wllsnn,llthst,N V
Dr Ward, Newark, N J
Dr Daurhert) Newark
Dr Marey, New V
ark., n j
Dr Palst, Philad'a
r5roNs:j;rR",Ur...TS". '."i.'Si'X Vo'
Ef MAKE ONE TRIAL OF THII U INF-
For sale bv Drurrlsts And all first-class De-Jei s.
Trrnle supplied lu Baltimore by WM II BROWN I
1 KPEFR, Proprietor
If tvAin raisKie, ntwjenr"
Orirt 203 Droaday, New York
N LA FOY. Parti
A vt -. r,a.e. Afv.- i2Ar..ai
mw,. .v, , -. H, wi
4 TTKNTION, SOIUIEIi AID HIT J
JV LKIIB- Having just complete j our ssora
I -ff,BS; V 3$K5lSS&
i Our assortment compiises in pirt the luii
nne'itVfor me., of from four to .U.f
i Tables. Lamp 5tools, Camp tot tamp Mtttrtv
anin Furniture ealcvJ
wiin an oi uer uriKies oi n
IchI to make a soldier imfortable All of whl
111 le sold at theisry Utvest cash imoos at
OKFKN A. WILLIAMS .
u ai No 626 seventh street amor II
I'E.VTr 1FJR Sl UK i I
I r .V l TV 1) ST .1
Known ul' Five Tt nt n.rl
The COUPON PONDS In sums of (itW )ii f jnn,
The RFfilSTFRED U0ND5 lu sums f I iOn
t5iu, il.iMJ, and SfiM-ft
liOtreJ (Ovimmelng at ' f v ha i
IOR S1IU IT MK Pi
,t t OOKK di III., lUm-cr.-,
4li Ffttth i
These Hon l n le
( UIiIE-T (lOVEhNMCNT beCHUTT
now In the maik t
Intrmt pillalt MUtilll in It y
la ei.nhalent, at present iUe l ofj,
n iyk t tnt In uineu,
nov v tf
A rillKND IY MfKll n
The great eateinil leuud) i
(roui the ret Ipe or Dr Mteplien
cut, the celebrated hone settei
e( a red
rivaled i y mat oi an) ...ui it
. n n J liuiiuillitti
ire tor Ht.t'ui
llurns. iaKIi. Piles. Lumbajo X ,
aihe, an I all Rliciimatk sml At
Kxttrnil Injuries, .c
Allsutfir rs should pive It (itrh
ItllHAHDM'N it IO, I'
For sale by CM IULFS TOn
for Washington, aud b all dvaleis
MtA.M) AUVAMi: OF TIIK AHMi Ut
Till I'OTOM At, (tiitl nil tb st.rw ate vi
lu; up the prices of their got.. tut sMllll e.
CKLL,No 301 Vveuth Mrett V. tre -'letu
.ell good tlotl.iug uearl) .. ilieip n.i t.'
'""c Ur" "l'".'a.alii.l I lh I rl. Mr tl e I...
ar,.iul our .tmli uow I. r.Hit, aud near, aMet.i
'"' low "u"
I 8MI1II la all tlie time lu H.o u.ir.rt 1'Kkloi ii.
it. m .al .LI tirl pi n iiit fh.tt la ulb rmaiMi trv tin
l v.. , - -
,. .... . ...... u. i....iUi..n,
'" " -- ,-..
Na JOl tMvutl. street,
iiu i dljanl
lint door below the market
I)ttrlitoj Cvt'tnitinit ahiitffto i . tfi,t ft
In the tise nt Juhu (julnu, administrator of Hit I
lp MtUrath. det-eastsl, the alminlstraior atonwai't
has.Mlth the approbation til lh On bans' Court
of Usshlnpftou uoiintj aforeaal 1, a)nlate. Im-V
da , the lith tin) olJ.ti.aiir) next, fur the tlnai STsh
tlement an I dUtrit ution f tt.e iversoual est h of
sal I de.i'aitl and ul tin' n-si't In hand a-ftr n
tin same ft.Hi Leiu viHUvit-a Mini . urj un
in mu when and wheie -. I the red It. iff and heir
of saiddeieaaed are iiolllied to attsud tat (he Or
idians t i.H ( A anhln.i m nnl Hl.ns
with their t laiiuc rrnperl
otherwise by lav. tn ev
,V.i from be urn i
i li-it m p oi l i
el, lor three w eka
I aldde eased s e---'
,1, r l-e iiuulicl mi a
lb Nuhi-Mi, iit.a.utJt a
iIn ul Januarv t-J
U it I.M-W
raedl - new and srl
iUd assnrtiatnt Htel' r" tI b,,y 1"1 they , Jatf J'
Boob, tauad i
jflB No. 4W icveott. syrett, mar F
No. Jit j