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yoLvin.b ,7", wasa November 19, 1863. no. 302.
T)R0t08AtS FOR AltMT 'TRAMS-
orncE or tub DxroT Quaktxbmastbb, i
cited ProposaiewUI bareeeired at tblaoBc
until lSe'eloek m.on the lttadarot CtNakir.
is,for the traasportetta
durlaf tit rtf a4
routes l fc '
oriauoa oi miuiarr luppiwi
ass, on te following
bouhi Kit. l-ltm frarta Leaa. worth.
And Mtley, ud other oaaota that may b eetab-
ltshed diutsf the above years, on tha wttt beak of
ine iuisseuri river soruioi wvf wiiwmna,
nnd souther latitude 42, north to any posts or
a anr bocte oi
Aiitloas that are or mar be established In tha Ter
ritories of neorasKa, uaeotbti, iaano.ua uian,
niith of laiiiurfa ai north aad eaat of loaaltade
114 west, aad la the Territory of Colorado aorta
of 40" north. Bidden td rule the rata par too
noundi rer loo miles, at wnicn wry win irMipon
aid etoree In each of the months, from April lo
September, Inclusive, or the years lw4 and iseo.
Houtt Ac s. From Fottc Leavenworth aad Biter,
In the State o( Kiuh, and the town or Kansas, la
tha 8tteof DUHourLloanypoataoratatlona that
are or tnarbacaUbilahtdlathaltateoC Kansas,
or la tha Territory Colorado, south of latitude
40 degrees north, drawing supplies from Fott Leav-
rnworth, and to Fort Union,
that nir badaalcnated lat
fnwonn, inu io tun uniua, h. m( oiunmufwj
that mar ba dealgnated la that Tarrltorr t Fart
r other dei
nrU.Bit. And tauv other Dotntor
staie oa the
.route. BWdere to eteta the rate pari
i pouaoa lor
loo mllair at which they wlU Vaaaport uob atoraa
loeaehof the aioalhfrou April to teptanhar,
Moult I"o. a. From Fort Union, or eueh other depot
ai may be eitabllihtd tft tha Territory of Ktw
Mexico, to any poiU or itatloo that ara 6r may
he eitabllihedln ihit Territory and to aueh poita
i .tiona ae taa b dfalauatad la the Territory
of Arltenaaad toof Texaawaatof loogltode
106 decrees weit. Biddere to itate the rata per I w
potradit for loo mllei, at whleh they will trnnt port
aid f toree ta each of the monthe, from June to Mo
ember, laelotlre, of the yeare 184 aud I6M.
The welcht to be traniported aaeh year will aot
exoeed to.ooo.ooo pounde on Route No. 1, 15,000,000
C)unde on Route Ko. 9, and e.ooo.ooe pouade on
outa No. 1. "
Ho additional peroantM will be paid for tha
t raniportatloa of bkoon, hard bread, pine lumber,
ahlnglei, or any other itoree.
Bidden rouit gtre their namet la full, ai well ai
their place of reildencei and eaeh propotal muit
) fBnmnanled bv a bond la the turn of tea thou
and dolUri, ilgned by two or mora retponilble
perioni, guaranteeing that la eaie a contract li
awArdedlor the route mentioned In tha propoial
tothepartlee propoilrg, the contract wfll be ac
cepted and entered Into, and rood and eufflclent
teourlty furnlahed byeald partlei, In accordance
with th timi nf this advertisement.
The amount of bonde required will be aa follow! !
On Route No. 1 loo,ooo
a , o,ooo
8itlifetory evidence of the loyalty and lolreney
of etch bidder and person offered ai ecurtty wlU
Pronoiale mmt be Indoried " PrODOiali for Array
Traoiportatlon oa Koutei Not. 1, 3, or 3," ai the
caea may be, and none will be entertained unlets
they fully comply with all the requirements of thta
Parties to whom awards are made must be pre
pared to execute contracts at once, and to give the
required bonds for the faithful perform ace of the
Contracts will be made subject to the approval
of the Qurtermaster General, but tha rlgnt Is re
served to rrject any or all bids that may be offered.
Contractors must be in readiness for service by
the flrit day of April, 1864, aad they will ba re
quired to hareaploeof bajlneta or agtade at
or In the vicinity of ForU Leavenworth aad Union,
and other depots that may be established at whleh
they may be communicated with promptly aad
readily. U c;EA-TOt.
oc3-tdel0 Major and Quartermaster.
ROPOBALB FOR LEAD,
Obdm ahcb Orricc, Wit Dspabtmemt, I
SEALED PROPOIAL will be reoelvad at this
nftlr untllAn'etock P. M .oath lfith of November
next, for the deliveries of 3 ooo or more tons of
pur, lOlt IVAU, iuiibui iwr uiwimn- yuiyvwrw.
The lead Is to Aa of approved qualliy, and to be
ielliered at any time, within ninety daya, from
the acceptance of the Ltd or bids. It la to be de
livered at the United states Arsenal, Governors
. Island, New York, and at the United Mates Ar
senal, it. Louis, Mo , 1,000 tons or more at each
plice,freeof llcbargefortransportatlonor hand
ling and will be paid for la regular certificates of
Inspection and receipt,! y requisition on tht Treat
n r Department, In the usual from
Bid. will be received (or any portion or the quan
tity not less than luo tons.
Bids, with approved sureties, will be required
lor the fulfilment ol any contract that may ba
made In pursuance of this advertisement.
The Oepsrtment reserves tha right to rrject any
or sll Mils, If not deemed satisfactory for any
Proposals will be addressed to " Brigadier Gen
eral Georga D Kamiar, Chief of Urdnaoce, Wash
ington, D. C," and will be Indoried " Propossls fur
Lead'' GKORGK D. RAftlSA,
, nolS-wfra13t fiilg. Ceo. Chief oi Ordnance,
pR0P0BALBFbR ROOFIKQ FKLT.
Cava lbv Svbcau,
Orricx or Chief Qvabtkbuaitkb,
Waihikqto. D. C . Bent, a 1M4.
PROPOSALS are solicited at this oBlec tor the
furnlshlnr of ROOFING FELT In considerable
quantities, as It may be required front time to
time, In the construction of cavalry stables aad
The r clt to ba delivered at the wharf of the Car
airy Depot at Glsboro Point, near this city.
. Bidders arc requested to seed with their bids
'ssmplesaf tha quality of Felt they propose to
The Felt will be subject to inspection on deliTcry.
C. G MAWTELLE,
Lieut, Col , and Chief quartern aster,
lilO tf Cavalry Bureau.
pR0P7)dALH FOR WOOD.
Of rit e or Depot Quabtebmasteb,
Wahhinoton, 1861. )
PROPOSAL- are solicited, and will be recehrd
at this ottlce until FRIDAY, 20lh day of Noeiu
ter, at noon, for the furnishing of U,00Q cords of
good, sound, merchantable, well-seasoned Cord
WoiiiI. to be delivered at tbe Cavalrr Dr not. Gles-
toro 1'olat. D. C , corded la ranks 4 feet high de
nt cry not ucing cousiucrcu comjiii uotu corues,
measured and inspected Bidders will stste the
i.rleea for each kind-oak, hickory, pine.
An Inspector will be designated, an the psrt of
tie Governnteat. tolosnoctanJnieteuic the wood.
lUabllll) or (he Udder tofulllllhls agreement
miNt beguarAnteed bj two responslbls persons
whose signatures must be appended to thsguaran
lhe reiDoaslbllltr of the ruarantor must be
shown b the ouloUl certiltcata of the Clerk of the
n purest District Court, or of tbe United States Dis
FroDOrtsts must be addressed to Cantata H,
pupuy, Uepot Quartermaster Cavalry Depot, 174
ii street, wftsiuiigios, u, i , nu euuorseu on ine
envelope, " Proposals for Wood " noT-llt
PROPOSALS FOR HAY. bTRAW,
Assistant Quabtermasteh's orrirs,
ALEXANDBIA, Va , NOV. 10, 1M1.
V R ITT FN PROPOSALS arc Invited for furnish
I ug nr, airaw, uiis. snu worn, tor ine use oi ine
Coverument, to be delivered at Alexandria, Va.
ur Any point on the Potomac or Its tributaries, and
lu such quantities within the amount proposed for,
and at such times as the undersigned may direct.
The proposals to be addressed to the undersigned
and to state the quantity and price ofeseh article
ProiiASmls will be received for five thousand
(fi.O'wO) bushels of corn or oats, and fifty (&ot tons
of hay or straw and upwards, ualcss it snail be for
ine interest oi me uuterniueat to vuuiragt tor a
Oorn to b put up In good sacks of atout two (?)
bushels, and oats la sacks of about three (1) bush
til enpli. which ar to bo furnished free ef chance
to the Gcnernmeot. Tbe hay and straw to he ir-
All eittsiee furnished undrr this adterlisemcnt
io U9 surject to a rigid inspection, py ine uovern-
Purchises will be made from time to time, under
litis advertisement, from the lowest res pan it Lie
via irr as tu laierrsm oi me jmtmc icnitr ium
fne undersigned reserves the right to reject any
and sll oilers wnlch may te deemed Incompatible
wiiu inv iiiiBrciia ui me tint FTumeati
Payments will be made In such funds as may be
1ro turn iruiu i up whiidv
ir as bracttcabl. unon
n from the United mates Tie .sury, and as
i uenveryi nui ine under-
fcigae I reinvrs the right lo withhold the whole or
ivny partofthepajments until the complete fill-
Qlinicni VI ( revuinmm
Good security will be required for the faithful
fulfillment of any agreement made under this ad
ertliement. WILLIAM STODDARD.
nOHMtmu isnm nt Assistant 14 Pi,
1 ui ir
04 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Between list and WJ strevts.
C0AHU1NU BY THE DAY OR WEEK, WITH
OR WITHOUT LODGING.
Meals at au, Hocm.
CS- Wive ui m sail.
elMr C. H. UILMAN,
proposals; 'vwmnsGr nc- ' railroads. ' ,i-D-"",
TJBOPOBALB FOR HORBKB. fl
Orrtci or Tr Cwnr QvAarcaMArraa, I
Waiiiiiiotoii.D. C, AaTnti,lBa. )
PR0PO1AL1 are aollelUd aad will be raeatrad
at thti offlee for the furnUhtajt of CAVALmT
HOME! U be dcllrered t nttAarr.ftmatrtTV
&U rhUadelphla. Waahlaftoa atf, trraanatf, N.
Y,. or ladlaaapolla, Indiana. . m
Propoaala will be eonildered. for tha fumUMer
of Horaaa U lota of aot leaa than tweatr-nve, (at )
Tha Honerto be Iron fifteen (ie) to tlftteea (ui
BMde alfk, Iroio five CD tontoa t)nara id,aU
brotunTo tha aaddla, eompaatly built, 1a. food
Utah, aad free from audefeete. -
Tha aUlltr oi tha Mddac to fulflU aUfcfMwaeot
muat be guaranteed by two reiponaibli Danoaa,
whoae ilaaturea muat be appaaded to & fuar
' - i . -
Tha rotponalbllltr of the guaraatora muitbe
'anowa by the offleUl carttfloata of the aark of tha
neereet Dlatrlet Court, or.oJ.U Vnitaf fUtaa
, Propoaala mw'ba addraiied to tl to tan Ant Oof
aai 6. dTakwSK. CWrf OuaHataaatar Cwvalrv
Bureau aad boiBdaraedb taoaawelopo 'tPrapO'
aau ir Moreee." v Majvn Aiii.aii
Unt. CoL ad OOW ttttartanpeatar,
aais-tl yarajrt oraau.
rvnnnnaiT a vtvo TiBiW bttfliVn
I P TILEI.
Oao'ifAMcc Orricc Va DrrATtar,
I at this
ar At,vn f&oPoaAiJt will be roeeitfed a
offloe until 4-oeleek ((.ai., ea the Utkot Dao-
her next, for HtA V rmoiRCTOCfi to be dUr
sred Uiths'foUowlng quaatUlw, a,fJh uder-
BUtl ttiavBiuavii (
3,000 15-tnsH battering shot '
3,000 iMneh shells
ft.ooo I04aofa ahalls.
AT THE WATSBTLICT ABlKMAL, WEtT TBOr, H. T. ,
l,WJ io-iqsi Da.ienag snoi
1,000 iMaeh shells
4,000 iaiaoh shot
3,oo ifriaca sheila.
AT THE V. B. AJj-EJAL, OOVEBMOE'S IILANP, M. T.
STioo 15-lacb. battering shot
1,000 lMneh shells
AT TAB ALUdHAMY ABIBXAI PITTS! 00, PA.
1,000 Iftlash battering shot
C ooo lMneh shot
AT THE ST. LOUIS ABACI A I., ST. LOUtS, HO.
3,000 Ifrinch sheila
AT T WAlHlVOTOa AllllfXt, WAIHtKOTO". D. r.
1,000 IS Inch battering shot
l,oo ta-lnch shalle
2000 10-lBClt Shot
i,ooe iMaeh sheila. ,
The proleotUes axe to be made of the kind. of.
metal, and inspected after tha rules law aown'la'
the Ordnance Manual, with the exception f-th I
metal, of taotUa atrangth, laagtag oatwaem auoo i
aad ao.uvO pouada to the square nob aad.taeae
Srmwlnn of ill these oniiaAtllea enn ho aaaa at
aay of the arsenate where they -are tobedoUvered.
The projectiles art to be tospeetod ax tto fattftdxy
where cast, but must be deUvered at the various
rsenaLv free of charge for rtTaaaportailoa or
andUoLWtUdtfttvereeTatthf araeaa J9Uvr1ea I
must be made at tha rata of not teas thin lira per
cent, per week, of tha number ol projectiles con
tracted for the first delivery to So made within
M days after the data of eontract, and aay failure ,
to dllvf at a BpaoWed time. WU1 sabjeet ta oaa '
tractor to a forfeiture of the number he may fall
todellterattbattlme. .... 1
leparate WJ must bo made for eaeh ktae af pro-1
joetues i aad If any bidder proposes to deliver at I
different arsenals, separata old must be made for
ah If I nil ml tuh nlmtta.
No bid wilt be considered from partlea other
than regular founders, er proprietors of works,
who are anown to this Department to be capable
of executing the work contracted far la their owa
Each party obtaining a contract will be required
to enter Into bonds, with approved sureties, for Its
iThe Department reaerves to Itself the right to
reject any or all bids, If not deemed eatlafao
torr, for any causer""
Proposals will be addressed to M Brigadier Gen
eral George D. Ramsay. Chief of Ordnance, Wash
ington, D. C, and will be endorsed Propoaala for
Hrary Projeetllee. GEO. a RAMSAY,
noll-tuthsatlit Brig - Chief of Ordnance.
THK "GIDEON PRINTING
ESTABLISHED IN 1831
GIDEON A PEAK BON,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS,
fill Ninth Streot, near Pcnnsylraola Avenue,
Having greatly Increased tbe faQllttles of tbe
above Old Established Ptlntlog
House by an almost
FEiTIRK RENEWAL OF MATFRIAL
And the addition of several of tbe most Improved
F O W R K-P It X 8 S R 8t
Are prepared to execute every variety of
FINE VIllTING CARD
PLAIN OR COLORED INK.
PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH
K K I. I E I) ON.
Everybody should call on
N. H. MILLER,
For servant aad real estate. Agency No. 611 Ninth
street near Pennsylvania aenue, (north )
Particular attention paid to the renting of Dwel
lings and Boarding Houses, Stores, Its. ftal Es
tate and other Property bought and sold oa com
mission. Property holders can obtain lhe best of tenants
N. B. The best or reference given when required.
?ALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS.
LADIFS' BLACK, COLORFD AND 8CARLFT
!7baks And Llrcularsi
Black. Frosted Beater. Plush and Watcr-nroof
French Merinos, Reps and Ottomans In all colors)
Plain, Plaid and Striped Valenolas)
White, Red, Blue, and letlow Fiaunela, la all
Sack and Shirting FiaoneUt
Casaimeres and Satlnctts)
White and Colored Blankets)
Long aad Square Shawli
Mourolng Goods, In great variety)
White and Brown Cotton Sheetings, As
Baluoi aland HoeuSIUrtai
Hoalsry, Cauotlsts, Jouvln's Kid Gloves, a.g ho.
" ' M. TAYLOR fc CO ;
nova-lm No. 44 Centre Market Space
CHITA'S t 8MJJWS ! t .SMITH'S 1 1 1
400 SEVENTH STREET,
Opposite tbe Port Ofleo.
NOW OPKNINOHJ3 IT0CK OF FALL
GKNTi rURNUHIFfa COODt,
HATS AND CAPS.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER,
Call and see temples, at
No., 4W,rEVENTH STAKIT.
"p I.RAR THK TRACK!"
Are now opening a splendid stock of
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
WE DEFY COMPETITION.
CUSTOM QOODB MADE TO ORDER.
Call aad sea aamples, at
SMITH A BEALL'S,
No. Ml lEVENTIf ITREET.
HE OLD WAR-H0R8K AHEAD.'
J. URDOK A CO.,
Invito four alUatloB lo their stock of
I1EKV AND BOY
PALI. AND WINTER CLOTH I NO.
GENTS FURNISHING GOOD!,
Of every Dcssrlptloo, and at Prices Beyond Coav
No. 44 8EVENTH 8TRKET,
(Two Doors below Smith's.)
TMPORTANT TO FAMILIES,
' X The uoderslgned,harlnf perfected hU arrange-
maau la ruiaocipnia, new Tors, ana oswn,
IUM UUI ntjinou ai iniorsainar aim mta iniuimira
and the pubUogenerally,thathe is receiving dally,
Prime Chester County Beef,
South Down Mutton,
.BAiam Ceunrr. New JeraeT. Veal.
Primo nilaoeloala Butter. Canons. Bucks coun
ty aad New Jersey Chickens, Sweet Bread, phee
saata, PaKrl4gaa. Grouse, anlpe. Woodcock Jtaed
nroa, anq very luxury oi toe aacMra maraets.
Clear Boston Pork, Boused Pigs Feet aad Tripe,
Jkaoked and Pickled Salmon and Halibut. Also, a
largo supply of Foreign and Domectle Frulta and
Telemlllee and others git tag entertainments,
this Is the cheapest aad best place In Washington
to purchase. TWOS. R WILSON,
oeit-Jm 111 Peon, av , bet. 11th and totii etc.
npERMS OF TOE SUPREME COURT
I OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIANotlce
lahcreby given that, by a rule of the Court, It
terms1 have been fixed aa followst
Third Monday of January.
First Monday of Mar.
Third Monday of October.
TVrsu ef (Ar Circuit Cvurt,
In wblsb alone a jury Is Impaaneled for tbe trial
Of civil cases )
First Tuesday of February.
Third Monday of May.
First Tuesday of November,
rTema efne CriniiuU (Vurt,
First Monday of Marsh.
Third Monday of June.
First Monday of December.
TVrstt Mj JWafrW Court, .
Ftrst Monday- of June.
First Moaday of Deeember.
First Tuaaday ol Jaaaaty.
Pint Tuaaday of February.
First Tuesday of March.
First Tuaaday of April.
Third Voaday of May,
Flret Tuaaday Of June,
Flni Tuaaday of July.
First Tuesday of aeptember
First Tueaday or October.
First Tuesday of November,
First Tuesday of rtecssabsr.
By order of tb Court. R. I. MEIGS.
111IIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT
the- subscriber hath obtained front the Or
pnaa's Court of Waahington oountj , in the Dit-U-lsl
of Columbia! tatters of Adalalsfratloa on the
peraoaalestateofEllubathAf H. W. Briscoe, late
of Waahington count 1 , deceased. All persons hav
ing claims against the said deceased, are hereby
waned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers
thereof, to the subscriber, on or beore the 7thday
of November neatt they may otherwise by law be
excluded from all benefit of the said estate. Glvru
under my hand this 7th day of November, l&a.
Trsti 7. C. ROB BIN 1,
TUE SUPREME COURT OF THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. HOLDINO A
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES FUR THE SAID DISTRICT.
Taall tikani it s u ametrn. GtETiNai
Notice Is hereby given, That on the 10th day of
JUir.l, uuua iiti m(umBiusv, uiiuuuuiu 111
tha libel hereinafter referred to. were cantured by
the United States steamer Primrose, of the Poto
mac Flotilla, aad brought into this District for ad
judication) andthcsamearellbeled and prosecuted
to this Court In the name of the United States, for
condemnation as lawful prixe for reasons set forth
la tbe libel 1 and that ssld sauce will stand for trial
at the City Hall, la the city af Washington, on the
iMidAIoedoy pi November aMLwhea. and, where
aUperwnaf warned to appear to show cause
wuj MUMMm nautili """" im iMariwu, mi
Itnirveoe for their lat crests. October 14, 1643.
oetsMltd E, J, MElO7 Clark.
io mscnAttcrxD soldiers and
JiM thar hma Mill M mlnf AAmlBlmlnta mmita tl
the juusf Aaio-iatton.iand the blends of Dta
aharged SoUiera. about tick and disabled and. Dis-
wl J lafPOlXDiUPON
Uttiepurcbaae of , ,
thunaanips4dMmslthla duty to eautlon all
taoM travailing to Philadelphia, New York, Bos
tQa. lad the Northern or Baetera ttatee,
' THE ONLY PLACE
to procure tickets
ticket orricii opViie I" d r. r. Com pant,
AT THE DEPOT.
It la the only place where a passenger eaa pro
cure a Through Ticket, or where you can have
fovttaittafe cheeked tArouga.to tha above eitlea
ocS-U Passenger Agent
pUANOK OF UOUKH.
ffVuadslphla, Wllaatmyrtena amd Baltlatora
On aad after MONDAY, iAN. Ith, IBM,
rAMStHOK TMltXS LtATt PBILADA. (A
f ... . . . ...
ramtc,at a.00 a. bl, (EEpreas, Mondays ex
eapted.) 8.1a, ll.U a. m., lKxpresa,) aad M p, m.
aad li m., night.
-i yaeaisi, aa e.ie a. m, a-ce, . ena n.wp.m.
i WUmlagton. at CW (Mondays exoepted,) i IS,
II PJS.D , IW,t.WNU II WP.D.
' Nan CaetU, at S.U a. m. and 4u p. Do.
Poyac, at Ml a, m. and 4 30 p. m.
MLfordVat 8.15 a.m.
aaUahury, at 8.11a.m.
TIAJSS FOR rUJUDSLPUU LkAVK
Baltimore at 8 00, 10.10 a. m , (Express,) 1 10 (Ea-
prawj aau e.ss tnprni.) p. n.
WUmlartoa at 7. la.
p. m . 4.10, f oo aad ll.M p. m.
v a sou ii v
i a. m, Wff7
B IV, W UW MU I I.I
Salisbury atXU p. m.
nuiaraat ,oe p. o
poveratl Wa.m. andaMOp m
New Caatla at 8.10 a. m. anaa.1 p. m.
Cheater at 8,10 and U.08 a. ai., 14-W, i m aa4
Leave Baltimore for aallsbury and lnterme-llate
stations at U and 8.1S p. m.
Leave Baltinore for Dover and latarmedlate sta
lions, at 1 10 p.m.
TRAINS FOB BALTIVORk
Leave cnesier as e.aa a. m,. a aa p. au
Leave Wilmington at 00, M a. m , ll.M, 4.10
p.m , and 1i a. m,
FREIGHT TRAINS, with pasacngcrcar attached,
will run ma fnllowsi
Leave rhlladetphla, for Perryvtlls aad lntermo-
aiatti pteovs. a u.mv p. n
Leave Wilmington, for Perrrville and lntermedl
ata ntaaaa. mt AM o. m.
Leave Wilmington for Philadelphia and lutcrmo
Mete placea at 4 p. m.
lUNpAYs Only at 4 a. m. and IS mfrum Phila
delphia to Baltimore.
rrom rniiaoeipua to vviimingtou at 11 anu is
From Wnmlngton to Philadelphia al 7 p m. and
11 sop. m.
Only at 8.30 p. m, from Baltimore to Philadel
phia. mar IS-tf WM. STEARNS, Sup't.
1 QCiO ARRANGEMENTS
THE CAMDEN AND AMBOY AND PHILADEL
PHIA AND TBEMTON RAILROAD COMPA
HE3iLJNaJs. WadJr rmtittsLPBTA to yew tork
AND WAT FLAWS,
sTrejam Walmt It reel vTiArf aiad K.aai
WILL LXAT1 AS FOLLOWS, TIE I Fare.
At 8 A. M 1 via Camden and Amboy C a A.
A. M, 1
via Camden and Jersey Cltyi
momma tsjtyrmmm -At
A. M., via Camden and Jersey City
At II A.M.,TlaKenatogteaaBdJ4aseyUtyi
At 12 M., via Camden and Amboy U and
A Accommodation -
At 1 P. M , via Camden and Amboy C. and
At S P.M. via Kcnalogton and Jersey Cltyi
Waahlagtoa and N. Y. Express -At
at 11P. M ,vla Ktvslngtoa and Jersey Cltyi
At IK (Night) via Kensington and Jersey
Cltv. Southern Exuress -
P. M., via Camden and Amboy-
modation (Freight and Passeoger)
3d alaaa ticket I 60
The 8 IS P. M. Evening MaU aad the 1 10 (Night)
southern Exprcca will run dally, (all others, Sun
WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK,
Leave Waahington at 8 and 11.18 A. M and 1 and
MO P. M.
Leave New York at 1 and 10 A. M. and 1 M and
It SO P. M.
Fifty pouada of Baggage only allowed each pas
senger. Faaaeogers are prohibited from taking
anything as Baggtf but their wearing apparel.
All Baggage over fifty pouada, to be paid for extra.
Tbo Company limit tnelr responsibility (or Baggage
to Ona Dollar per pound, and will not be liable for
any amount beyond loo Dollars, except by special
eontract. WM. H. GATZMKB, Agent
January 6, 1941.
LINES FROM NEW YORK ron PHILADELPHIA
From foot of Cortland street, at 13 m , and 4 p. m ,
via Jersey City and Camden at 7 and 10 a in., 4, 7 w
and ll.M p. m . via Jersey City and Kensington.
From foot of Barclay street at S a m. and 3 p. in.
via Amboy and Camden.
From Pier No. I North River, at 1 and 8 p. m ,
(Freight and Passenger) via Amboy and Camden.
ALTIMORE AND OHIO
and after.TUESDAY. Auruat 11th. 1681. Dallv
tralni will be resumed between Washington and
Wheeling ana rarxersonrg, and six between wasn
Ingtoa aad Baltimore, as followei
FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW ORK aud BOSTON,
Leave Washington at 8 and 11 IS a iu , aud 1 and
Ou Sunday at 810 p. m. only.
Leave at S 10, 8 00 and 11 1 a. m., an 1 i.J0, 6 uo
aad SJO p. m.
On Sunday at 8 a. m., aad S and SO p. in. only.
FOR ALL PARTS OF THE UhSf.
Cars leai a Washington at tf 10 a, m , and 3, 5, and
INp m., dally, except Sundajs, On Sunday, At
1 and S p. m. trains only.
This is the only route by which baggage can be
checked through from Washington.
FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH,
Leave Baltimore for Waahlagtoa at tft), v and
10 a. m , and 1 60, 6 aad 8 p. a.
On Sunday at 4.SQ and 8 00 a nl , and ft 00 p m.
Ths third and fifth trains only from Baltimore
and the first and fourth trains from Washington,
stop at way points.
Leave Baltimore at 6 a. m. and A p. m.
Leave ashlngton at 8 a. m, and S p. m.
No train for Annapolis on Sunday.
For further Information, tickets ol every klud,
aca apply to O. N Koonti, Agent, at Hashingtoo
its Hon, ot at the ticket onlce,
W. P. SMITH,
MasUr Trans portion.
L. N. COLK,
SO St tl 0nfl TlAkt 4rat
T T - ""
JL . K I D W E L L ,
1 A PIC 11 HANGING
Franklin Hall, D street, near Ninth street,
WASHINGTON, V, 0.
Work executed by experienced workmen, and
oo moderate terms jsic dot
MAN H 0 0 1);
HO .V LOST I HOWKLSTORIDt
Just Published, InaSealed Foeloie. Price six lis
A LrCrUKK ON THr NA1THI-, TR AT
ment, and Radical Cure of Spermatorrhea, or sem
inal weakness, Intoluotar) LwUslons, kexual
Debility, and Impedimenta to Marriage geiierall) i
Ncrtousness, Consumption, fpllejisj aud Fits;
Mental and Ph) steal Incapacity, resulting from
Self-Abuse, Ae.uy hobt. J Culrcrwell, M D, au
thor of the Greco Book, as.
"A BOON TO THOUSANDS OP fUFFLHkRSM
Sent under seal, lu a plain snvelope, to any ad
dress, itost-pa'd, ou receipt nf six cents or two '
postage ctamps, by
iiiivr in 4. v. Jinn.
I J. 0, RLlNf.
Itff BOWERY, Ns.W VOHK,
,n, nm.n sunn.,
Post OflUe BoXi fie"
IT lAMUEt 1KMAH.
Iaw, beneath th tnsrlmsoned sod.
When lersev hurtllag legloae trod
Where men. rushed to meet their God,
Bf are men reit In Gettysburg.
Rebel traitors there they sought,
Bold for Freedom there they fought
ictory tltero with death they bought,
Un the field of Gettysburg.
There blood-thirsty, furious hall,
Crashing fast on hill and dale,
cnred ol deaths a frightful tale,
On the field of Cettj sburg.
On that peaceful, classic ground.
rvr iciencv nj lor An re-no wru,
aeterv there the found.
Hill A of death I fit piece to die t
Hall ta you, llluitrlode Dead t "
For tour country fair ye bledi
erdant. A) e, above your he a I
Be the turf or Gettysburg
Crowned with laurels ever green,
Matty ted In that tragic Irene,
Lh Ing still In glorious sheen,
Rest, je Patriots-sleep serene!
I.OTB OP PMZH MONKV.
The sweet little cherub that alta up aloft la
lining the handsome thing for " poor Jack "
In our navy about these dajs. Srrcral prize
rac lately adjudicated will make the captors
rich, a will he scon hy the table we rItc Itelow,
It will to seen that A cling Volunteer Llenlenant
IJndJ, who rortetcral month wai engaged In
arduous duty upon the Potomac, as gallant a
follow aa ever trod a deck, cornea In for a com
Prlio steamer JMmpMt, captured hy United
States steamer MaynoUn, Acting Voluntee
Lieutenant Win. Buddt
3 413 2
3 lift M
3 315 m
AeMng Asslstaot Paymasters
Acting Asslstaiit Surgeon
Acting Second Assistant Engineer
ACttnif Third Assistant FPElneers, each .
Acting Master's Mates, each
Paj master's Steward....
Officers' Cooks aad Stewards, each
Boatswains', Carpentrrs', and Gunners'
en'Vsch .'.'.'...'..!"!!! l'riiBh0'inorrow ,rtcruoou foj Gettysburg.
s;:ii:::::::i::::::."!: ife" ... oTTZT r-,.u.
airmiia.. nnnVn.'ffVVh"!"!!'.'.!'.!!!'.'. 388415
recnnd-claas Firemen, each 2 411 ss
Coal-heavers, each i1""
Prize steamersirUaafUa cad 1 ictory, capture dby
the United SUtes steamer SanJIayo dt Cv(w, Lout
mander R. H Wimami
. 7,191 48
Acting Masters, each
Act log Ensign...
Acting Assistant Pa) master
Acting Ai tt slant Surgeon ,
Acting thief Fngtacers, cash
ctlng eeood Assistant Fngtnecs,eacli,
Acting Third Ass staut Engmeerc, each .
Acting Master's Mate
Paymaster' s Clerk
Master-at-rms, BoatsHalns, Gunners
and (VrnfBlfi'l Atatea. fliuh
. 4.1M 4ft
4,1 M 48
Cox twain, quartermasters. Captains of
Forecastle and ship's Cook, each
Quarter Gunner, aptsln of Hold, and
I Captain's and Offlcere' Cooks, each.. .
Ordinary Setraen, eaeh
First-class Flremtn, each
i second-class Firemen, each
(Via I Hcaers, each
First-class Boys, ech
I Corporal of Marines
Sergaant of Marines
Pilxatenl Marines, each
Tbe Deanof Canterliury sata ou this subject i
,( rememlwr uheu I a )oung In prlntlug,
once cnrrfciiug mo punciuaum. ut priMn-
sheet, aud comphlnlnir of the liberties which
had been takeu with my manuscript. The pulx was oo trial vmtrdsv before Major Bell, Judge
llnhcr iulul ausuered me that mmetuatiwt ( advocate, for srauiegllng liquors Into ihU de
iialttHiyiUfHolf.ecomjtoxitort, Arm a prwlou parlmenl, at d wos sentenced to ban) lal-ir at
inena they make of ll. The great enemies to
understanding aujthlng printing m our lan
guage are the comma. And lhee are Inserti d
by the rompoaltors without the stlgbest com
punrtlou on evur) poaslblo occasion. Many
words ure by rule always hitched ofl with two
commas t one before and one behind; nuued,
as the omnibus company would call It. Too Is
one of tho wordsj Aoiftwr, another also, an
utbert the sense in almost eery such case bclnc
diHturlKHl, If not deftroyed, by the process. I
rrmember beginning u sentence Howeer
Irue thl may be." When it came In tho proof
the liictltablc comma was after tho however,
thus of (onrsc making nomunse of myunfnr
tunalcrtnileuci'. I hai' somo aatlsfacilon in reflecllug, that
In Iho course of editing tho Greek text, 1 bo
llco I have destroyed more than a thousand
commas, which presented tha ten bolng prop
erly understood. Onovory provoking easels
that whero two adjectives come together, bo
longlug td the sanio nonn substantive, lhus,
iu printing a nice yvnng man, a comma Is
placed nfter nice, giving, you w HI observe, a
wry diuVrtnt sense from that intended: bring
lug before us the fact that u man Is both nice
and joung, whereas tho original sentence In
troduced to us a young man that vas nice.
41 Thus too In the evpriwlon a gnatlUck Joy;
printed v. lthout commas m u-ylotly knows what
MOinenn; but tills would be printed 'a great,
black dog. rko agHlu a enso where tho mean
ing is Intcnstlltdby mlJectU e being repeated
us Inthewhle vltle world, the dfjHUep tea. Such
eprulons jou ulmol lnvariabl tlnd printed
lhe vide, vide voHtl. the tkep, deep -o, tbcreb)
making them. If Judged by auy rulo at all, ab
" Slill though too muny commas aro bad, too
few am not without Inconvenience ulso. I Ba
Iho other da a notice of 4 the Society for Pro
moting tho Observance of the Lord's day v hlch
m as founded In 1831,' giving tho notice ibut tbe
day, not the tocUty, was founded In that iar.
Hud the datobnu 1031, Instead of 18, an awk
ward Interpretation inljht have been possible.
"While lam upon stops, a -word Is necessary
t oucerulog notes ui udiulrallou. A noto of ad
mlratlou consists, as we know, of point wllh
un upright lino suspended oer It, stronuly
suggtsthe of a gcuilunuu Juiuplug oil the
ground it 1th amazement. Ibvso thritlt, as
ibey hao been calUd, are scattered up aud
down tho pngu by eomposltorit Mllbout any
merit. If ouo bus wrllteu tho words Our,
as the) oughttobonrlttcn,ylz i wllh tho plalu
capital 'O' and uo stop, aud then u comma
afttrifr, our friend the compositor Is sure to
write Oh with u shriek (1) aud to put another
shriek after b. Use, In writing, as few as
possible of thuc uuisuuecfl. Ibey altvajs
make the sunne w i aker, wheru you cu possibly
d without ihcm. The only case I kuow of,
wlitro tin) urw rcall) unisaary, Is where the
luuguugc 1b pure cvclamalliu, us lu uw
beautllul U nlKbl ' or, O Ihat I might Hud him t"
1. iT or Nationai Hanks -ainmplcto
11 rag or lutlonal
-lhe following Is
lianka, chsrtt rid
Bluie Oaobur SI i
Hist AtlM(lAl IHuk, funk UUud, III SluOuOO
KlIBl iaiiubai UCI1K, I OUISMIIF, Jvl IIMM
l-iritt Mtloml tin iik ttwl .n Mills, P. . joitm
rlrst atlooal lltnk, Mttllsou, In I . souiiim
first National Lank, IHagor, .Mlne Wlwi
lust i11nual IlAbk, Danville, 111 ooikM
llrt NatluiiHl lltnk, Un Salle, III H"
list Nallounl UHbk, Meaiville P ... ?Vm
Mcond National Btnk, Detroit. Mich ... . &kmha
lirst Nationai uank, Marlon, Iowa . MOuO
I irst Uoual Bank, Unlet Hie, eunu IW.iku
THKDBDICATIOBTOP TUB NATIONAL.
Tha Governors of the r.oyal J tale a At
tendance from Itarrlebnra;, ekr
Haxiisbx-ko, Nor. 18. The special excur
sion tram 01 uovcrpori 01 in lojei uuiea jeu
ht at half past one o'clock, for Gettysburg.
Among the principal dignitaries aro Governors
Curtlo, Seymour, Plerpolot, Brough; General
VanderpoeJ, of New Torki Colonel Anderson,
hrothcr of Gen. Anderson 1 Governors Tod. Dcn-
ntaon, Boremsn, of West Virginia, and their
respective Staffs) Generals Doubleday, Stone
man. Stable, ex-Governor Dennlson, ex-Secre-
larv uameron, element v. Barclay, or rnuaaei
phfa, and also the following officers of OoTcr
nor Curtln's Staffi
AdJ't General Rosscll, CommtMsry General
Irvln, Surgeon General King, Quartermaster
(icnerai iteynoiai, cm. J. it. miicaiou, coi.
Roberts, Lieut. Col. Thomas, Meut. Col. J. A.
Wright, Col. Qnay, Private Secretary) -George
II. Morgan, Acting Chief of Transportation
The train will connect with the President!
company at Hanover Jaactlon, where tbe Pre
sident will be received with becoming honors,
and the whole party proceed ta Qoltyshunr.
1 be attendance at Iho ceremonies will no
doubt be very large. A numberof persona left
here this morning lu wagons and ambulances
on the road, and nil the trains are crowded.
The GeUjretmrar Solemnities.
WAitBixoTOf, Nov. IS. Thn French Minis
ter, M. Mercler, and Admiral Rcnand, and the
Italian Minister. Mr. Dertlnattl. and bis 8 aero
tar j of Legation, Mr. Cova, with Chevalier
Isola and Lieutenant Martinez, of the Italian
navy, and alio Mr. MacDongal, of tbe Canadian
ministry, accompany the Secretary of Stato to
Gettysburg to day.
The Governors at llarrlsbnrar Mr, Er
erctt at Gettysburg
Harwsbi.ro, Nov. 17. Several of the Gov
ernors arc already here, and have freely met,
though not for the purpose of deliberating on
the national a flair.
Hon. Edward Everett Is now at Gettjsburg.
The Preparations In llarrlsbnra;.
IlAruusnxso, 'o. 17. A largo (road has
already hocu attracted here, with a view of par
ticipating In tho ccrcraonks of dedicating the
N'ationul Cemetery at Gettysburg, on Thursday,
ana mo aouis are rapiaiy u ung. uuiy inree
Governors of tho tatca have thus fur arrived,
altUonch several moro aro expected to-morrow.
Tbo special train nlth the Governors and their
BQll wm leavo nere aoouiuou-past one 0 Ciocit
to-morrow aftcruoou for GcttvBbun;.
PniLADELPuiA. Not. 18. The subscription
agent report the sales of "Fire Twenties" to-
(lay at ?1,003,IKX.
LATER FROM EURUPE.
The Kearaage Reffticea to Leave Cork
Tho Alabama Crnlslnaj In She Bay or
St. JonVa, Nov. 17, The steamer Teutonla
arrived here at half past 5 o'clock on Monday
evenlnir. There la no regular disrate h.
Tha following la from. Liverpool papers of
Tbe cotton market opens quiet, and tbtde
presslon still continue. The aaiea probabl)
uoa o.uuu oaiei. consols sieauy at ire, vz( jorat
i,4a w Count Confederate cotton loan, 04 CO.
i 346 S3 f The directors of the Bank of Fngland have
' raised tbe rale of discount.
Admiral Jonos has notified the Federal
steamer Kearnaco to leave Cork harbor In twen-
ty-four hour. The cornrasnderrcAtaeil. The
Kearaage was coaling all Tueadajjilghu it J
said she ! watching a blockade rnnner.
Bomoat, Oct. 14 The Alabama Is crnlalog
' IC ' oenjii.
S-.... ?-. ...
rriHH ruiinra iwu.uc.
Forte 1 83 Monroe, Nov. 17. A large lot of
beef, pork, flour, meal, and other supplies, for
the Union prisoners at Richmond, from the
n.ililmftFA Ainprlrun tlfllpf Hi nit rrlrit 1iia
to day and was lmmedlaicly reshlpped on
hoard the steamer Louton. which lea for Cltv
I point at noon, lu rharge of the Hag-of tnioc
J. J. Woodbrldire. n mtrrhantof Norfolk.
Fort Norfolk for six mntjtbs.
FHOH SAN FRANt I SCO.
Sax Fhancirco, Nov, IT. Arrlrfd, steamer
Constitution, front Panama, with datr from
Mexico, but they are no later thin tho al
Tasco. ninety miles west from Mexico, carrl-
soned by French and Mexican troojw, was
captured by guerrilla October 17, nud .100
Drlsoners were taktu.
This la claimed to be the commencement of
ii serUsofmoements for harrasslnglbe French
out von ts.
There has been a severe ralu storm In this
city since Saturday, with u southeast gale. The
shipping sutlers. The ship A(ullla,Jiatlug the
Monitor Camauche fur cargo, broke from her
moorings last night, stove In htr bottom and
sunk, wllh her tow In forty fett and her stern
Intttent) feet of water. Ktery ctlort Is being
made to sate her curgo under tho dlicouraglug
The British shin Oscar uuilaiucd serious
damage, aud is full of w atcr.
San Fkanxisco. Not. 17. The1 siorint wu-
thcrceafitd last night, audit Is now J leasaut
agalu. Tho cargo of the ship Aqulllu, t unsee
ing of the m ilerlal nf tbe Irouiljd stoumer
Camauche, tau now be saieu, ana iiopt uru
eiiUrlalned of ralulug tbe ship Iu u tonditlou
to ba renal red. thouifh creatlt damaced.
Carclul t&timutes make thu loss by the lata
tiro ut crada -V0.OO0f of whleh onl) 950,000
wasinsurtd. ino euy la eemg rapiui) reuuut.
KHOM THU SOUTHWEST.
Capture of llcbels, Cuinnilaaarx Ntorec,
aud Ainimiultlcn lletreat or Ine En
eiui. St. Lot la, Not. 18. The telegraph has been
ex tended to Fort Smith, nud Central McNOl
has Issued orders that all molestation of the
telegraph shall bo regarded as Iho work of
bushwhackers, and for etcry cutting of the
wlru a guerrilla prisomr snail do nanceu.
Our forces oecup) Waldron, about SO wiles
souin oi roriomitu.
two captulus, qulto n uumber of prisoners, aud
a poruou oi iuu reuei tiencrai uooper s truiu,
ladcu ttitneommissar) kioresamiammmiiiiou.
At lust accounts Cooper forces werrtli'tlu;
rnpidl) tottoxds tho lied river.
Tlic Masaarhuaeltc I.rfUUIiiie
IIoston, Nov.17 The I.cglslattiieha'pascd
the bounty bill and will adjourn tomorrow
inoriilnir. Thu bill nroihk lor t'aylnir f 135
44 iu baud," or, If the volunteer ehoose, Sfttl
41 In hand " and 920 pir uiontn uiinn.'tiuierm
of sonlce.nndslx mouth ihenirter If ho be
dlschargwi for honorable disability i Iho same
in (lii.d of baiii to ban ild to h! w Idowor heir-.
The same bouul will be pal 1 tticrans who
re-eullM. 1 hla option il i ate m anasloued a
lougdibjiv, luii as imaii) auopicn whu uiuo ,
oppofltiou. The monthly eoinpensatlon system
wastbo lucgiMlnn of the Governor In bis mes
aoge. TbtroUa beatt peuali) Inr fraudulent
atUlilll to obtain tbo bount),
Tbe J-iilUiineul bill of la tnr won amended
ton to jut a eheek on Mihstltute hrokeragc.
Iteorlcl Io f Hie Nleamer Water
Dk tkuit, Nut . 17, 1 he steamer N aler S itch
1 ri; ported to have founders 1 lu a gate lu
Saginaw Hav, All on board are supposed to be
The brig Meteor, from Glace b.y, for Fhila
delphla, has put In here In a txaklug cot dltton
Lieutenant Commander B. B. Taylor, fai
tached from tho command of the Tlcooderora
and ordered to command the Kanawhl.
Lieutenant Comtnlntfer William K. Mayo,
detached from the command of the Ksnswhn
and ordered to return North.
Llentenant Commander John Madlgsn, oi
dered to temporsry ordnance duty st the Bos
ton Nsvy Tard.
LleutenantCommander John Irwin, detachM
from ordnance doty at Boston and ordered to
temporary ordnance doty1 atthe NaTyTafd,
Lieutenant Commander Monlgomer Silnd,
detached from ordnance datr, Port month, N.
H., and ordered to the Tlconderoga
Surgeon James Lows ordered lo lh achool
Aiftlstaut Surgeon Ihos. Hfiand detached
from the school ship Sataunah and ordered u
the West Gulf Blockading squadron.
AsMstaut Surgeon JaueaM. Flint nrdcrel 1 1
the Mississippi aquadron.
Asalatant Surcron Adrlon Hudson detached.
from the Mississippi aquadron and waiting
Assistant Surgeon Win. Cartoons orJrred to
the receiving ship at New York, j
Chaplain Claries A. Davis iMachM from lh
nay )anl, Washington, and onltrtl la Minn
Chaplain Thomas G, Siller, drtaiiiM from
tbe Mlnnaaoia and waiting orders.
Chaplain Fitch W, Taylor, ordered t ll.n
First Assistant Engineer 13. K. Chaitalng.
ik tached from thu Brooklyn and orderel t
special duty at Providence, It. I.
Second Assistant Fnglneer J.rri it. tirecn.
detached from special duly at Prottdence, K.
I., and ordered to the steamer Solo.
Third Assistant Joglneir J. II. Lowari, tl
lattad from the Cinoulcim, slk and waltln
Third Asftlataut F.nglneer George F. loner,
ordered to examination.
First Ass0ianl Eugiueer John H. Long biw
been promoted to n chief engineer In lb L t).
U, F. Tatlor, of the Chicago Journal, who Ii
writing some ejj spicy letters from Grant'
army, wallops mules In the following style:
Wrltlne of horses, by an easy Athenian tran
sition I pans to mules i an Eastern paper rrad-t
me out of Christendom became Implied that
the " Irish rabbit" was not much tq be plUed
rortbB8ransuagoi'rreceiTfa,aoa oeoauio i
did not bare ""a fellow feeling " as a had, and
asserts that tbe mule li one nf the Lord's erea
turca. I do tioA believe lu I have no Ide thai
the Lord, made tha mule at all. Look at Aim
and It la plain enough. Hels about aa moch
a human invention as a wooden nutmeg. Hy
Ibe by, I have not given you my experience a
muleback. It Is worth Utile, Is of no puhllr
Importance, and yet I am tempted to lell it. lo
an ovll hour I was persuaded to entrust myself
lo the vicious caprices of one of the mom Inslg.
nlflcant creatures In tbe animal kingdom. Its
ears were " the chief end " of It, IU tall wss.a
miserable wisp, ltsmauv was a worn-out inor
brush, and when mounted you were not per-
luuiltilv )) thnn Trhn r find III? nnn fnnr
'JSZakr - -"-y-
Fancy this afflaut attached to a pair of Mex
ican spurs with wheels big enough to go b)
water, and equitably disposed on both sld oi
Iho brute. True, there was a leer In Ita right
eye, but then Its left ear was meekly deprcaaed,
aud Its nose was in the dust of huuiilltt, aa U
lino sume of lis betters It ran by sceut." Well,
Ibe thing got in motion, bnt In what direction
It went, like tbo recponaenfihe Delphic tirade,
la an everlasting doubt, ll la tuough lo sa
that tec parted comiMiiy; but I was two length
ahead, and a third In a lompositc of n I elav
and dirt) water. When I looked batk, Iha
mute's for.- fict were planted llkiMi ispiial A,
and both ears were pathetically depreMKd, bui
whether by ou untimely rt'tirslug of ihetngltn,
lhe creature backed out and loft me eouchani,
as the herald hate It, or whether ll ar(w after
the manner ofoRoruau catapult will not te
known till Balaam again obes lhe onler tu
14 boot and faddlrt" uud llalttam'a bfast lalka
We advise the friend and sympathUers of
the rebellion, commonly known asCopperbeads,
to read carefully the follow log Hues hy a nephew
of Benedict Arnold, and originally publish!
In the Loudon Mtndruf Ctoonhle, 1
Horn fur a cur te tt nature and mcnlfnJ,
r nrfi t brua&ttt rtelut cant incic io fc at k a taiiJ
N Ik lit ' sable ell )txir trlmec can uei tt MJ
Kacli one so great would glut IilstorU tt le
Uefiin.t, jour memory shall eter Ue
In all theUre ttitt infamy can glte
Curie of Mcec will Attend jnur uame,
Iraltors nlonawlllglor) lu jourshMiue.
Almlxhty tenceanitt sternly alts to roll
Rivera of autphur on jour treacherous so tilt
Nature looks back with conscious error sad.
On sin It -t tarnish I plot as tie has m It
I f ll It i-rcrtvr you riveted In cite in.
Damn it to the hottest iouiui its m oira'
Pelt r Cooper lu Jmt published another ei
ler to the President, In which occur ihefull.iw
Ing strong "' litem cj
I btlltti that the war ol rebellion wouil
bat u U en short. If, at the coiiiiuencrmcni i
ibe struggle, a decided toilet lu rcljilon tut
cmpli'vnuol of negroes could hae bu'iia 1 ipi
cu una vusiaineii ny mc pcopie oi me -Nnriu
lu prevent Iheru from brlnglu iihhj oh
country Mod tb world such a caltmln, our
Gotcmraent wjll be lully Justified lu lu'Min.
out every Inducement to slates of rebels to Join
our army to tight for their freedom and inde
pendence. Tho lMilicy of employing the iie
groec lu our difVuce, if I am not mbttakeu, la
ilemamled b) the highest Interests of the South
us well ash) tbe North.
I believe that leu vars will not pas hrfoio
the people of ibe boutb will erect uiouumenti
to lommeinoraiu their deliverance from tli
, for one, mvt not tho luau who, to aave a
uatiou'a Uff. will not say i ifriA, Aihj,
iiis)i all V ft t'ardt fu IV vmy o maiilu,ninj
theret dom ,mt li ttjtende$ue th our t on icai
TltwALl Jackson's Admission intoIIki
kv 1 was inueh nmitsed at tbe rebel prloou
uib' account of Stonewall Jackson's admission
Inio heateu. Uboy wero itrong admirer oi
(jtucralJackson, and espoclally of the great
aucceaa ot his tlauk movement. "The A
aflir bis duatb," said thej, 4'two nngla caiu.
Ion u iroui heaven to carry tienerai JatksMt
baik with the in. They smirched all through
thu camp, but could not Uud bliu. Thft wtnt
to tne prajrcr-inveting, to tue iumpnai, au 1 1
eviry other place where they thought themsrlve
likely to 11 nd him, but iu vain, rlnallyihe)
were forced to return without him. W bat wn
their surprise lo And that be had Jiit enuie.l
u splendid flank movement and gut into hi aveti
bt tore them." rojuyoitd. Mutton Jltvorder
Pkinci NapoLEOf, la order to lualtehlsvlslt
to Firypt o an rta,''u an P"lhli to th duliao,
ordered an Oriental roatume, ThrdrMi d
serll'i'ilasvery magiiliicent. 11m MrMeiiat
tent Ion Im lMfn Phl tn lh eholco ami aMnri
uitnt of iolnrs, aud tho llrt tfuirmrrrut In
Pari has been occupied for many weeks Intliu
embroidery of the robe, which, mado of lb
richest damask satin ever produced by the
looms of Lyons, Is covered wllh a raised pat
Urn In goldm various tluts, worked bv band,