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.. !''. .' -V3UJ --trlfjPCSirl' I ' "MS WWW n SMUMiWtliMMiw I . I ! I l w II I I !, I r t NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. I From the Evening Post THE VOLUNTEER'S MOTHER. Ha Is my boy. mr only h'T ! His rVtlier died !'"' J-" Knn0 T And little hive I kn ' n of Joy But gailt'g on hi dart bluo eye. 'Tin lighted now tth higher glow j Ilia country calls him J let him go I He neve grieved me; tondor, kind, Btrni (, loving; full ot hope and grape; Mr life was In hl own entwined : My heart but irlrrorod back his face. With (tern rcaolve lie seeks the foe ; Ilia country calls him ; let him go I How often I have sit beside Htm sleeping ; e nawlng 'round his head Those rich, brown locks, my pralso, my pi'd And now tho oarth rauat bo his bed. 'Tls wrong to grieve for this, 1 know. His country calls him; lot him go! Ah, In how many hearts this etrlfo Is waged In prayer, by prayer Is won ; There Is the wood, the tiro, tho knife, And for tho Menace -ouraon! 'Twould kill me If befell; but, no 1 His country calls him ; let him go I For God, who gave our land, bo blest, Would have ua guard It heart and home Ire up their best at such behest ; The gulf was dosed. In heathen Rimo, With one young warrior v. e.il or vrne, His country calls hlra; let him got FLAX ANDIIKJ1P. Nw ViOBta or rBIPABlTIOV, AND NKVT tst( nir. Tin: pbooccts. The new modea of preparing lhoc nrtlcli . and the important nos (new and old) towhi"h the product l appllcible, indicate the proprl. ty of Immediate attention to the suhjec', In -i'I its bearing". Intelligent farmers, epMlMly ' fi fertile West, may largely promote their v i interests aud the public welfare byconsidei x the mitter fully ftcd yiu'.ikly. l'reparatlor. nex' year's ctops should be made with rif ence to an lncnasj of the crops of both n cles, where the soil and other conslderati are favorabK especially on the wcxterti p ries, where corn. Ibo present leading s aple at low prices, for wint of adequate atrd ill i 1ranst to sei board markPts. Our retniri" i tlief sut-jects have produced much li qiilry the reglous above mentlomd, In reply to in of which we miy (late Hut thu Auerican I' Company, composed of prominent men. os ated for promotinir the new preparations m. I uses of fUx and hemp for the new pro" is applicable to both articles will estnhl n works, wherever tbe requisite supplies of r i material and other facilities can he rlitaln Three considerations aro pre requisite torth -1 establishments: First a cheap supply of il stalk of fl ix and hemp; second, adequate wut r supplies for the preparation ; and third, I . (UUies, by rail or water, for cheap tranpon tion. The company ft ill CO operate with teMni in suitable localities for making establWhm ' for tho above-named purposes, being delr. of having the farmers and other buln m i become interested pecuniarily in the prep na tion, as well as in raising and trading in On raw material. Applicants for tuch establishments sbou' 1 state in tbelr letters: 1. The rate At which flax Mrai can be bom: t per tbn of 2,000 lbs, for cash on delivery t certain suitable points on railroad', or on -nal, lakes, or navigable rivers. The urn need not be pulled, but may be cnt like hir or grain, the firmer tbrohing out the seed it t his own profit. 2. The price wanted lor fl ix straw in sliesvei bundkd like grain, and also for li In a nni)!h and crumpled state, like ftr.iw from thresbli f. machines. 3. Whether there Isago'd supply ot water not for water power, but for tbe ireatmc I tbe flax straw In tbe new mode Millie!.-..! water, say, to keep a six Inch pipe ruunin; and also whether t e water is soP oi llniey 4 The facilities and cost of transportaiiiiii. and the condition ot tho neighborhood wheie Mich establishment may lie desired. Some ol the prosperous colonies, Ilk lli.it ut Galva, Illinois, may largely and quickly pn innte their own and tbe public interests hf Iiromplly acting In this mitter. Feeling a dee Interest In promoting an enterprie so Imp r ant one which opens new fields for profltub'e larming industry and commercial cnterpr se and knowing uUo tbe high public and pri; " character of tbe gentbmeu cuntridllng the American Flax Company In tblscitytndStite we freely contribute our share ot labor i , arousing public attention to the subject. .Yr" r.rrk World. Tha Passport System Abroad. Accouuls from Europe continue to rec id me aprroacniDg total abolition oi passpnn t)ur corrisponaiuL writes troui uennuni: ' In a recent Journoy iroui Iliis.la, by wi of Swpden, Norway, Uenmaik. Englatnl. !!! glum llollaril, tbe Trcj Cilles, France I'm' sia, anil the various minor Geriniu PtuPs I was not once askid fur a passport, and I he ol 1 annoying pnsprrt system may bu consider! d as practically uboll-hul In ull Iho-e couutrlc . Itv royal decrees it Is "jfficially nholisbed in llollatil and Sw den; and it is reported thai no less a peis,onage th.iu the Grand I.anu .1 Tbitet has iNuud a .ltnllar ilecrej rspi.clln his douiioiotis, while th King of Miln bas po ilively done tlm same. Even Ilussia, nndiqii.i1 ly exclusive Austria, have abatid their rigor in this respect, and travellers from other juris id Germany frequently cros the Au-tnui Ir n tier aud go to Vienna without the once ewi tial bit of paper. In 1 aly one can traiil fro n Naplts to Milan uncballet'ged, exctjiiipg m the States of the Church, wl i'e three years ng it was neceasary t) have the bardluhn, It" Neapolitan, tbe Papal, 111" Mohiies ami th 1'nnnesan vises for a similar Itilhn trip. "The extension ol railroads has been t'i chief in.lrumcnt in the abolilion of ptwports. but the attempt to assassinate Hi" Freuc i I.in peror In 1857, was a terrlblo blow to the d system; for Orsinl, Plerty, iinJ Uudls hidpis' ports perfectly en regie, and thus the inability uf tbe system to keep cut of the cooiitiy the most dangerous man was clearly proved Al ready European" talk of pjeports as a defum ' humbug, and In a few yiars iliny will, in nil ptoliability, be uttetly things ol the p.m." AUfl Y K. I. O'l II s . QsABTfcRHAHT.lt (iRHSUAL fl tlrril K traxftm nt,n. 1 ctir .tl, 1 ,i 1 Proposals are Invited and win be nc.lved by tt U H. Quartermaster ut 1'lillaileli.liU, Penn ui t li o'clock at noon on the 16tli iiy ot Nov. ml, next, for furuLhiog CLOllls loll Ainii CLOTHING. Lach proposal must be accompanlrd by .kniiilts , I tbeolotti which His propssiid toluriii.h rtie lioiii should be three quarters to six quart. is ytird. wld Light or dark blue 111 be r.ierreil, and light grt- will nui uv cutsiurreti Bidders limit state the number of arda thty v.i be prepared to furnish In each month, and for ho many months, at the clothing depots fn New 1 rk or flilladelphlA or both, and the prlo p r yard fur each quality and width Fropjsals and am, fee will be plainly marked and addressed to the l) S (Juarteimu'tir l'Uiladel pbla Penn Kach bid must be accompii-lut by u jiro; 1 r uar antee.settlrg forth that It tlieco'. rat isuujni'l to the party Mimed therein he will at ono iai.'i.ji ths same, t,d gire buLds la dt uble the amount t toe contract .or the faithlui terforinance theieul il t Jlr.fOs, Quartrrma-tir liiiiirai L s Anny novS illIJIhNui ALLK..'S OIIKA'l' II KALI. .III. I. Oil. COlIl'llU.M), lor the lurt ul li.ll ,nutor ItheumaUsm.liout.Neuruigij an 1 u iVi d tf Slut Joints, Sprain, aud Straits Kc L Is surrauted 10 Lure It is put up in fr and "6 cinis I cities All orders aildrusid 10 JOHN AI.I.I.N' Wu mockel U 1 , will be promptly attended to Lor J ' HARDWARE. W. It K, II It V. TIN, COPlft AND Sllf.T IRON A..Tj,rp . VSRS".- W O HKB HI ffn. 487 SotntK street, btliteen D and h febso ro WASHINGTON, D. 0. EWIIKKLKK, A OK.VT tVR THK SA LK Of AMERICAN AND FOREIGN H ARX T7ST J. H..33 t -Ve, 07 fiii.i'tTi(i atrnw, ojj nt Hank e WaiMntfon liar, Sht, an Hoop Iron , Horse-shoe Iron, Norway Nail Hods, Burden's Patent nurse ".iiuvs, nur.r miui- i.mir 3i .Tin-., ...! ntL..a U.Mai AI1a l...ll.,. .,.. Hnu niB'rr mm. ,.,,-, uviiutipj ..... Vic, a Sheet I ad Har Lead and Lead ripe i.ri.iea Hoofing lln llrlht liuof all kinds, Block U Xlno, and Copier. Iron, lira, and Copper M Itv Carriage Howe and Curtain Can as, Hum, SpuV i, ltlms, and Axles Locks, Hinge. Screws, Nai , Ilradl, Sash Weights. Sa.h Conl Pulleys, Plain Saws. Chisels, Hle, Poring ml Mirtlce Machhin, Grindstones Axes, ".bonis :p ides, Itakes, roils, sc to. repot tir PLANTS NFW PATENT 1IL1SD ItlNOh All at the lowest prices lor Cull or to punctual oustotners on bort credit nor ss GAS FITTING. G. W. (lOOUAI.L. AND GAS AND STEAM PlTTEK, Mil 5ecenlh si., near Gannl Bridge, H'rtsdinjlon ell orders executed at the shortest notice, In tlie n.rut nhritnntlul manner, and on rtojoruuVe trr,u I'enmal aHm'vm gnen 10 every uiparimeiuoi me bnMucM nov -i. CIAS FlXTUltKS. We havela . ore, ami T are dally receiving, GAS FlXib..r.i ol in tirely new patterns and designs and flnUh. snpert. r In style to iinythinghcn'toloreoirered in this murki l We im Ite citizens generally to call and examine uur stu'V of Gas and Water Fixtures, feeling conllclent that v.e hae the lt wlrcted stuck In aslilnglon Ml work In the boe line intrusted toourcaie wll t e promptly attended to MlhKii McuIlAN, mar Cm No 376 U street nn F I X T II II M H I T THC BEST ASSORTMENT hVKlt OKFKRKD IX THIS CI'I Those who dfflire to Ktlect from nw patterns, with theadantageot n rvalucllonln prices, will call furl) txni fpxdtitint We wnuld h1 call tlie attention of pervoni aboni i,,ifnHiirinir rniw In 1st Ilisxir itwrllltlff to OUT ltlCrt.Il!' fl ttcHltiea ami conwnuent low prieet lor this triuch j of our trade . m fnitlnK nil uhotUeliL-their work done proinpli id iree iroin kim '.at.aKei 10 can ai i lun'jmi 'tin. aNftiue l'tf-tuM.n leuth anj l.Wvt ntli trift' outli sMe .1 I U03irM)N h C nov ' c; 1IHBIIAT KOIl TIIK 111 VERS WKSTKHN QOAKThUHASTkR GCSKttAL'S OV.ICK, irojAin.m. June 17. 1861 Proposals are Invltid for constructing Gunbojts uion the estern niers oiiecllicatlons will be immediately prepared, and may bu examined at the (juartermaAter s OClce at Clin.lniiatl,l'ittburgh, and at this office Proposals from boat builders and engine builders alone wilrbe considered Plans submitted by ladders will be taken Into con sideration. M. C MUIGS, June 10 Qoartermaster General United States yjrr ooii ami c o A L t On hand, a full supply of all kind ol AKUIlli CUE GOAL T C(al kept In coal houses, well screened be' re delivery .' 240 lbs to the ton Hood, ot all kinds prepared, tor dctlveied c rd lengtli TkUyS CASHI T J .'V 51 GAL I, No J. l"enusylianlaaeuuc aug 17 tt urtwreu Uth aud l.'tli street... RAILROADS, ET! NKW UIHTS-SKIV CAllH. -jZ FOB BOSTON, VIA & NKW LONDON, NORWICH, and WOKUESTLlt, D a I L V , (Sundays Lxcepted,) At 5 O'clock, F. M, FROM P1EU 3'J N It , VO01 OF VKSTttY STKEET The new and mag.ilflceiitsleaiair CITY OF ItOt TOM, Wm Wilcox commander, trom New York Tuesdays, T urlays, an 1 Saturdays , and Inmt Allyn'a lolQt Mondays, M ednesdays, and Fn da s. The nen and magnlllcenl steamer CITY OF : K W YOitlC.Thumts G Jenitl.coramaniier. ftum New ork Mondavi. Wednt.da. and Kr.das. froi. Allyns l'ulul Tutsdajs, rharsa), and SaUr dav lhee tw new steaii e,s liari bten built ex re'sly for tills route, with all modern lmnroiecrenls. in eluding Water I ight Conipartrntnt and ae the ml .teA irj ever built lor Long IrUud botd with this great life pre.en lug Imj rovein nt Conductors aciouit.aoy the .learners each sn Paspengers irocetJlroa Allyn's Point Imrni dl.tely on arrival of suuuicr,by r.xyrcsi Train to l,ntou, Worcester, l.oell, Luwte.ce, F.tcbbui Nu)liuu,Concor 1 the White Mountains, Lo , A.C P ...enaers rttii'lng fr n ltoston liave lie Utiot c I the I, o. ion a d IN orcetir rullr. uJ at r. ..i 1' SI Worce terl 1" M ,arr.ving at Allyn's I'ulnt iii'i V M 1 reiglil uUu at the Lowest Halts, and de Iv ml in Piston mr ) lb. Ltxt tay htate lto us I tundancecaa le 1ml u bonnl .teamers.or at h" Itcton or New York oflices,) a Iv nee h S MAKI IN, Agent aug3 6m 1'lerlB, N It N riltTIIi.K tl.M'UAl. UMLWAI. SoekaiSTENDBNl'S OmcK, Oiltert btatttm Jlaltim'ire, A'ttu 18 lhtll On ud altir Sunday, May lAtn.lBiil, i rains on NOi.lltKKN KMltAL ItAlLWAY arrive and depart us lotions, until lurthcr notice TJUIVi yvKlll MAIL at 8 iS A M KAPULiSat l 1' M IIAUKISULKG ALCOMMODATION at 8 lb I M . lhe81&A M train connects at Helay House w lib tralus on ttie Western Maryland Uallruad, at Hsu uvir Junction with lluuover aud Gettysburg Kail roads, at ork vjith lork sod ilrlglitBvllle Itail roai, at Harrlsburg witti l'ennslvaula Kol.rtun lor ull pans ofthe West, ulso nith 1 ebanon Va1Ii' t.allroad fri Aew r.rk dii, at Notlhunberlant tor 1, and 11. Hail'oad fur Mngston ard all paitsol iiinhig Valley and at uoturyith tbe I'hila a.ipiilaai.d l.rl Kallrosd ior all parts of vorlhrm I'uinlvaiiia and New Yotk rite i d1 I' M tntia makes all tiiu abov. conntu lions eac.pt Ilui over llnllroad, Wilghtaville Hall roao aud tlie Lebanon Valley Itailroad rbesiM J! truln inaUsionrectlons with Penn ylracla P.ailroad for all parts of the West, and dl ri t co.inecti jus for N ew 1 ork. I he fl A M ,SCoP M , and 645 P M .tralm Ir m Washington City connect with this road THAl.SI AIIHIVK MnlUtfi pi I M ,1 xpie.sat IU it., Harris burg Accommodation at . 16 I' M ror tickets and ititurrnation tnqu re at Hie 1 ickti Oirice, i alvert stattou, Haltimore nKlv tf I f CI. Kl.l nai t I 'ALL AM) W1NT1- II MILLINixllY ltvllV. f our new CJL on I liurs A Ml.s MltlVHOV Mil 0HI l)lisi i -HiUii'l n inter Mil inr, da, Ui ll-l Inst ine idientl n ul our lortrtrj uirors und the pit, llogeaeiatl) ii InnHd, and autxanil stloui lit.il ed at our r-w.ey mil UMin.ry to,e : alu Pen ) lvailia rtVetju. b t.in .Nluttiain lenth ctre s oct 0 ill ICIII.Wj.n a. MIJMIO OIII Stl III Oil! U.. tn the SiieS (lutlilni: tore v i ntli -tree ,mhi'i f i I' -' Ol lie and exan.luif l in i m iv .hcl it I uli l il'iiiig lrunks ttals. and - ul i r tl, at l,e uve.t V. x York prices "U D' I' KAII.'l ( l M I. il I -.VII 111 , n. 4 u Meientli stre ' 'id buy iou u 't.ir g. I ur liMlilg tiouds Irunaa lilts jci'l uin. oct lm OTl'illfJS 3MmSak CARRIAGES, HARNESS. pilK.MIUM TKUNIC, MADUL.K, HARNESS MANUFACTORY! 493 .leitnth street, opposite. Odd IVtmci' lint. WASHINGTON, D. C. SUrer Medal awarded by Maryland Institute ef Bal timore, No. ember 7, 1JG0. Also, Medal by Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute, Washington, 1) C , 1857 I am constantly making, and hare on hand, of the nesi material ,every ucscnmiim oi Fine Sole Leather, Iron rame. Ladles' Dress. Wood llox mSSM And Packing Trunks, Camel and Canras 1 1 s irnvriiiiia 'K scnooi satcnets, Saddles, narnesa, Whips, As , to., AT LOW PltlCES. HnivHnr Leather and Dress Trunks: al.o. Cedat Trunks, (for keeping .Moth out et Furs and tine Woolen Good',) made to order Kepalrlng, and trunk coieretl, neatly and wllh promptness (locls delivered n any part of the. city, George town, and Alexandria tree of charge marM-y .1AVKS S TOPIIAM H. JOHNSTON, MANLFACTUHKK OK AD1)1.ES, llKM:ss NDTHFNKS. Keeps constiutly on hand SADULKS IlAitNr.sS COI.I.AKS, TRUNKS. OAItl'r.T HAGS, f-A Aud all other articles In bis Hue ftL Kvery description of harness manufao x tured to order, and sold at wholesale ur retail, cheap for cash, or on an approved credit. Old Saddles, Harness, or Trunks, repaired or taken In exchange for new . . No 873 Tanna are ,bet 4 andethsta , Opposite National Hotel, may 17 tm Washington, I) C '"CLOTHING, & OUKON HALL I OI1KON 11LLII Tl. Cheapest and Pest spring and Summer Clothln In Washington can be had at lriESEJt'FKLH H CO.'S, Cor. Fonr-aiUi-a'.m1i Street and Tuina. Auniit, fcprlng OvercoatA anil Dusters, AT Wir.SKNKKLD CO'.i. Megant Urns Suits nt lowest rates A I WirSbNKKI.il t CO '3 Heautlfut Ku'iciw Suits, at trlfilne rest AT WIP-bLNI- VI,n CO ' llusfotss i-utts for young men Huslnr.s Suits lor middle ogee dullness Bulls lor ull ages AT WICHKNH.MI CO 'S Dress Suits lor Vi eibllngs. Drew Suits tor parties, Druss sultor best wear, AT WIK.HKNKKLD ft CO !! Coats Vy the thousand. Pants by the thousand, Vests by the thousand. ATM ILIt.VMCl.D A CO '.H Bov's Clothing lor the oiinge rt, hoy's ('lolhlng for all sizes, Poy s Clo'bmg tor lureer bi vs, A I WIKSENFfcLD A CO 'ft Cheaisr than the cheafest siner Ihan the llnust, Wetter than tlie but, Are tb ganaents. A I WILSLNFLLD . CO 'I! Sae your money, as a i ery few dollars Will gii e j ou a splendid outfit fr summer, If oti call at IESF.NPELD A CO 'S, mar 9 Tl A3 Cor l'eun av atuU.t. rifiavaf f.'ll C1I.IITI1I so. O AT KFDUCED PUICl.SI We offer our large assortment or mm sum mer Clothing at nducd prices Our stock embraces all styles and qaalltl's ot Gentw men's, Youths', and Iloys A'earlng Apparel, 1 ot the most deslruDle and tjslilnnanie fiyies. Also, ahlrts and Furnishing Goods in great varbtj Clothing made to order at the shoflest notice. WALL, hi Ll'lIKNS H CO , 8! I l'ennsylvanl i avenue, July 16 between N nth and Tenth eta GKVTI.KMKVa ItKADY-JIAUK O I O T IX HVTO! Our presti.t a.cortment if Oenilemen's Keadi made Clothing o.li rs to ciliuns and ctrangers wish ing an linmidiute outlit,supirlor Inductments, en braolpg. at this time, ull styles and qualities ot Dre.i and tusincss Garments anl Onrroats, In all varit ties 1 ine blurts ai.d 1 niter clothing ot ull kinds. Kid and oilier Gloies ol be-t quality. Sctrif. Tie-, t'rarats, stocks IIosliry,s.c Ao All ot whlsa m are ollerlng ot i ur usual low prices aa-Cloihlng made to order In the most supulor manner WALL.brEPIIIlNSl CO , mnrv7 tf SW Pennsylvania avenue "IITALL, STKPI1K.NS sti CO. MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING VAPE TO IIKDEH, WU01EXAI.K d liFTAI'., No. !2 i,nna.aTc, bel.9lli and 10th strtils. nuy WASUINGION, D C CAM! NOIICK. In imistqiience or out having to pay cash lor every article of goods ne purchase, we are furnd to reduce our busini.su to cash exclusively fur the j resent We have iu .ton a leiy large assortment or READY-MADE CLOTHING! for men nnd bo' wfar, which are belling nt a muih lower rat than u-ual VAIL,8rM'Jtr.N9.lCO , Junet J2-1'ennn a,e,bet Hh and 10th it W?a, OKKBIl III MILITARY M1L A 'l-U &St assortment of G KAY and 1ILUE ! LAN NKLOVKR-SHllilS Hirr. SIIIUIS.DUAM r.Iia. UAlll Ull'1.1 I. r, o, llAWiiwon,.. ,w , which we lnilteallcih purcbostrsloixauilni betore making their selections WALL, STEPHENS A CO , No oi. Pennsylvania aienue, ...... .......,,. . V ,. I.TU 111,1' III1LI. La ) maySd betuvn bill and loin streets WALL, STUfllKNS sts "0., 34K 1'SHHSTLVAltA AVKKtrr MILITARY AND NAVAL MKKCIIAM' IAIL01W. AND ltf.ADY-MADK CLOIIIIEKS, AND h. I ENH1VL DEALhf.S IN IILN1L: MLN'b HJltNISlllNG GuODS -tf EOWAItl) bYCKTT, 3Et o u: 33 1 nxr rj 23 xi 1 Ao. 271 iVnnsyoania ace, It'arfanjlon, 1). C. Pioksbuuud lu every style Turkey Morocco, Itus sla.andt.alt )une7 .Im BCIKNTIFIO AND i'ltACl ICAL OPTIUIAN, 244 fKNH'A AV , MHTIl 8IUK BLTWK&M TWELFTH AN( TUIBTLKMU BTKkLTB Improvt-d HpeMacles.witb geuulne Tebble or Ter ir(,0iiu Liiiece, suited corrvctly lor every eyesight iczczrall FIRST CLASS Mir.lTAH FIH O AVIE.H, aIicroAcopts,Conipi.i.i8, ai.d .Mu.ti.matical lnslrn meals at the loweet Lantern rues eeji 'JS GIIKAT KAl'KCTATItISS, OltKAl hXPKCTArlONS. GHB AT . .EXPECTATIONS 1 DUODECIMO lI.LUl.ntA 1 1.0 LIliriON. CllAltl.l'.S DICKLNS'S M1W HOOK, AU11IOK M LOlMHKlllll.l) LUIIION IllCKI.Nh S MAbrhlt I'll.Cl (JUL VI KM-LClAflONS, UKLAI (.SI'BlllAllu.il, (SKUA I LM'KTAlLiNS UlthAi lAl'l-CIAIIONB iiL'onf.rnm iiwsiiAim tunwN l'rice SO cents in oajnrr loier or two edition,, with thirty fojrllliistrutiunsby !UcLenan,incloth. either In duodecimo or octavo lorm, for II u I. published and lor ete tlilsdsy by I II I'l l'l KION IIKOTHKUS, Nti 8tt Chistuut strl.' rlllu'leltiia GREAT CXPFCTATIONS, OIIAULLVi UICKENS liiSr WOliK. f rice 60 Lents In iaer tour itr tun lllu.trat.o editions in cloth Mlllithlrty lo ir Illustrations iltliti 'u duodecltnti or octavo lorio, for II 60, fs ptittliHltt-ri and lor sale tins day by r u rr i r.HMi a. iiiiuiiir.ua .No &06 Chestnut stre. ' , t'hiladeli tiU; tag 10 U M. 1. J-' It A NKI.1N, DENTISTRY. TKKTIII TKkTII M. LOOMIS, M. D Tha Inrenlor and patentee of the Mineral Plate Teeth, attends personally at hit office In this city. Many persons can wear thise teeth who eannot wear others, and no person oan wear others who can not wear these. Tersons calling at my oCDce can be accommodated with any style and price ot Teeth they may de-Ire , but to those who are I articular, and wl.h the pun sr. (leanest, strongest, and most perfect denture that art ean produce, the Mineral Plate will be more fully warranted. Rooms In this city No 838 rennsylranla arenas, between Ninth and Tenth streets Also, 07 Arch street, Philadelphia. mar la 1y D LIICKWIIOn rnntlnnil 111 tirnr. Oce of Dentistry. In the Washlnirton Pulldlng, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Serenth Btri et Ilartug practfctdtn the South nearly slx.een yeirs, he feels assured that he can give satisfaction to any that may call. Teeth Inserted oa Vcicakitx, Ritsara, or Gold Plate, Chloroform administered when 'deilred. aug 1-tf PAPER HANGING. HOCSK ORCORATOKH AND UI'IIOLSTERGKS W would respectfully notify all in want of an Upholsterer er Paper Hanger that we are prepared to execute all work Intrusted to us In the most superior maantrand on the shortest possible netlce All work done by us Is under our own Immediate supervision, and sitisftctlrn Is guarantied In every case .lOHEl'HT K. I'LANT&CO, No 3(0 D street, bet. Ninth and Tenth. Keler to Messrs Louis K I'trry A Co , Dealers In Carpita, Oil cloths, Ac , corner of Ninth street and Pennsylvania aveaue feb- rUTKnlOH ADOIlNMKNTSt 4f2J if.,7.,V(i;'fi Wi M86. PAPER HANGINGS, Of ALL C.UADES AND PK1CSSI rflrrntii iinld Hand Window Shades, huff. Green, and Blue Holland Shades, all sizes, made to order. , Also, a handsome assortment ot Picture Cord and Tassels, all sizes and colors Purchasing for cash, and allowing no old stock tn accumulate .persons needing the above goods witlllhd It to their advantage to gh o me a call. All work executed and suiwrlutended by practicil men, who have served a regular apprenticeship at tneir traae Satisfaction guarantied, or no pay required Please give ine a call Itcmemoer the number JOHN MAKKIUTKIt, No 480 Seventh street, nov 24 Ktght doors above Odd Fellows' Hall MISCELLANEOUS. DHOgPKCTlIN OF THE WIvKKI.V A NAIIONAL Kfct'UllLIUAN The uiideralgned coramanced, In the month of December last, tlie publication, in tins cur, "i a weeklynowspaper, called the Aulional Itrpub lican. It Ir nrlnted on a lame sheet, twentv-seien by forty-two inches, and Is furnished at the low- prices 8taiea oeiow. It will contain all the original matter of the dally JVationai ItepvbUcan, with the exception oi local news noi interesting in couniry suu scribers. It will give full reports of the proceedings uf Congress, and of tho other departments ot tbe National Government. It will contain all tho news of tbe day, foreign and domestic, markets, Ac, Ac, as well aa an original correspondence from all parts of the country. The miscellaneous department will receive special attention, and, in all respects, the effort will be made to establish the charac ter of the JVndonal Ilepublican as a Family Newspaper. Washington being now the central point of the current military operations, great attention will be paid to furnishing the readers of the National Republican with full, and especially with accurate, accounts of the progress of tho war for the Union. In politics, tho papor will be Republican, sus taining the Administration of Mr. Lincoln, but disclaiming, however, any pretensioa to be tbe organ of the President. The is no othor Republican paper in the Dis trict of Columbia, or In the vicinity of it, and it is believed that recent events havo opened In such a papor an important sphere of useful effort. The time has come, when tho actual administration of ttie uovornmoni uponuepun llcan principles will oxplode tho misrepresen tations which have made those principles so distasteful to tlm South. Out it is not only here, and in this vicinity, that the projootois of the iVationa! IUpubhcan hopo to make It usoful. To the wbolo country they offer a journal which will discuss national piilltlca from a national -Htaiidpolnt, and which will never be aworved from pitrlotlo duty by any overpowering pressure of local interest. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year T.7 $2.00 Tliroo copies, one year 6.00 r.,.. f-. ...... it sin r ive uupion, unuetir i.vu Ten copies, one year 12.00 Th onty copies, one year 2D 00 One copy, six months 1.00 riirco copies, six months 2.50 Five copies, six months .1 50 Ten copies, six months C 00 Twenty copies, six months 10.00 Payments always in advance. When a Club of subscribers has been for warded, additions may be made to It ou the same terms. It la not nscossary that the sub scribers to a Club should receive thoir papers at the same post office. Money may be forwarded by mail, at our risk. Large amounts tan bo remitted in drafts uu Huston, Now York", Philadelphia, or Balti more; smallor amounts In gold, or in notes of solvent batiks. Address W. J. MURTAGH 4 CO, H'astinoton, 1). C. jvThe dally Rational Ilepublican Is pub lished every morning (Sundays excepted) at 1 1.60 per annum. In adv nice. Dlil'AllTItlKNT OF IUKTllOI'OHTAN I'OLICK Ihe Hoard of Tollce Commissioners havlog taken 'JiehoupeMo 5V1 Kleienth street, all business con nected with the l'olice of the c ty twill be transacted at that place. A general complaint book will be opened, and oltl zens are requcstid to call aud euter any complaioU they may have to make of any matter relating to the police or health of the city. V. U 'WEBB, Superintendent titar and Intelligencer pleate oopy, and send bills to otllce sep 28 pLKASUKK QAllDKNI EHJTST ToEFFCEIl I akea this metnoi 01 announcing to hi trlondi and the public generally that he has epcnd hU garden, on the corner of Niw York avenue and irt street, lor the recepuun of iiter, for the season MupIc on Mondar aca 1 nursday evenings, and sacred concert on b una ay wvenings lie has always a large suppl) of reireKnjweuut, wines, liquors, Ato Also, the very bent laxer iwor uvin his own brewery He also fur nil-ben lager oeer to peivuu throughout the city A bowling aitey auu gymualum have been fitted upfor the ccosuBouaiiuu of visitors may 24 E .lUWbh'S l'ILK AND IlUItlOIl CUHK. ASUKK CUKLfor Illeedlne. Blind, and Itchlnir riLKS,ncrofiila,balillheum, and Diseases of the Skin One bottle warranted to cure In all cases it not, dealers are ;ur(.nifarly rvpiesttd to refund the money Only five bottles in a thousand returned, and these w.re cases ot tintula Hundreds ot let ters and certificates are now In the proprietor's pos neNtlon, which can be steu upou application, fiend tor circular Prepared by IIUNKY D rOWLE, Chemist 71 I'rlure sited llcston, and for sale by JOHN WI LL1 , corner 1 liir I stnet and Pennsylvania avenue, t ajhiliatun Ho ise sole ai;ent for 11 aslilnaton Citr 1 and ilclully Cirtllicitet with each bottle, " Vr.ce 1 i me litilar " aept la 8m , NKW VOlttt I'lllRKS I'tlltabbKINUS otCloihlcu Hats, Caps Trunks, Valises Bhlrta, (,'ollars and lies, at HMITH'H, Mo. 480 Seventh .trnt,ippo"ite t'oet Olllee oota lm HKADU,UAUTKUB FOIl CIiUTIIINO, Hats, and Ca. a, at SMITH'S, No 40 Seventh . . I ' " nnt. S Iowa r5 IrUftYIKS'l 486. mmmm$ WP RAILROADS, ETC. AltllaJiaWIKVT or TIIR MA1LM. At i kb WAsmxaroit Cut Post Orrict The A'ortJera Una closes at 1 o'clock and at o'olo k P. M , dally ; and arrives at e.io a. M, and t P. , dally. The lTtfrn Mail closes at 1 o'olock P. M.; and ar rives at 10 80 o'clock A. SI., dally. The Ifmlkwnimi Mail closes at 1 o'clock and a' e o'olock P. V., dally ; and arrives at e 10 A. M. at d a P.M. daily The Alexandria Mail closes at 4 39 P. M.; and ar rlvts at 3 o'clock P. M. . The office will (pen fordellrery at S o dock A. SI , dally, and close at 8 30 P, M., dally, except on Sun day, when It will open at 8 and cloe at 10 o'olock A. V., opening again at a P. M. and remaining oprr tin i p7m. lbwis clf.phank. A u N KW YOIIK AND EUIK IIAILHOAI). Passenger Trains leave n Pavonla Ferry n and Long Dock, from foot ol Chambers street iiel 41CW IVIK. MS lUIHIHR. Tl.i At 1 A. H . I'.XPItKHS, for Dunkirk, and Uuffalo and principal Intermediate Stations At 8 A M , MAIL, for Dunkirk, and Intermedia'? Stations This 1 rain remains over night at Klmlri. and proceeds the next morning AtA M., MILK, dally, for Ottsvllle, and lntr mediate Stations At 11 A. U .ACCOMMODATION, dally, for Fori Jerrls,and nrlaclpal Stations At 4 I' M , WAY, for Mlddletown, Newburgh and intermediate Slctioss AtM'. M , NIGHT K.XPKES. dally, for To l kirk, Buffalo, Canandatgua, and principal Statlnr The Train or Saturday stops at all Mall Train St i tlons, and runs only to Klmira At a V M ACCOMMODATION, for Ho-nrs vllle, and principal Stations OIIAS MINOT Gen'lup't NATHANIEL MAKSII, Receiver augl pK DOSION, VIA NKWPOItT FALL HIVMt. A.'Il' By the splendid and superior steam- - jjff" t era MKTUOPOLia, FMPIKK JatSOtBl STATE, HAY STATE, and STATE OV 11 AIM i' of gnat strength and speed, but particularly adapte to the navigation of Long Island Sound, running I ed It, coxnection with the Fall lllver and Old Color rauroaa. auuinoa oi as nuies oniv to isoston. Leave Pier No 8, North liver, near the Battery The steamer EMI'IKK STATi:, Cart Tlraylo), A.unaaye, v. eauesuays, snu rnoayv,ai o oiocx, J M.. touching at Newport each way The steamer MLTliOPOLIS, Capt. Brown, on j uesoays, iiiursuavs,aDu oaiuraays, ai a o OiCCK, P. M., touching at Newport each way. These steamers are fitted with commodlus state rooms, and every arana:ement for the security and comfort ol passengers, who are afforded by this route a night's rst ou board, and. on arrival at Fall river, proceed per steamboat train, reaching Ilostan early uia ioMumuK uiuruwK, or iiiav rcioaiu uu uoapj un til starting of the accommodation at 8 A. M , t) nhhh they may reach Uoston about 8 45 A. M. A b iggage master is attached to each steamer, wh receives and tickets the baggage, and accompanies the same to its destination A steamer runs, in connection with this line, be tween Fall river and Pioildeuce, dally, ixcept bun days. t relght to Itostoa is forwarded through with greut dispatch by an t.xprtis 1 rain, which leaves fall riivr eviry morning, Sundays excepted, at 1 o'clock, fcr llostou and New Bedford, arriving at its de.tlnatlon at about II A. M. rur freight or paisnge, apply on board, or atthi office, on PierNo 8, North river. lor stateroom and berths, apply onboard, or It desired to securi intm iu auvance, iu W.M liOKULN, Agent, 70 and 11 V. eststreet N. Y. aug 17 tf I70II T11K WKST AND IH Til. BALTIMORE AND OHIO HAILHOAV. On and after May 16th, 1861, ths trains will run - fotlowj, viz : Leave Camden Station, Baltimoro. Mall, (except Sunday,) at 6 30 A. M Express dally at 3 15 P. U Both Trainagodlrectlythrougll tOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST, 80UiliWr.ST, AND NORTHWEST. H)R WAY PASSENGERS Between Baltimore and Piedmont take the A M Train, between Piedmont and V heeling take An commodation Train, leaving Piedmont at 6 40 A M; and between G ration and Parkersburg, take the 6.8J A. M. Train from Baltimore The FRKDKUICU 'I RAIN leaves Baltimore at 4 ao P. M and Frederick at 0 30 A. M. The ELLICOTT'S MILLS TRAIN leave BalU more at 0 30 and 15 A. II., and 1.45 and 5 40 P M , and LUIcott's Mills at 7 40 and 11 03 A. M , and 8 46 and 7 00 P M. For further Information, tickets of every kind, Ac , apply to J r. r.NGLAND, agent at Camden Station, or at tlie Ticket 010.ee W. P. SMITH, Master ot Transportation aug 19 L. M COLK, Gcn'l Ticket Agent. D ANCINU ACAUKMIES, hROKKSSOU nARNLS. of New York, re Kiseotfullr announce that he will nen hU Academic! for t rtructlon In Faihlonablo Dancing at the following iri&ces : h rankltn Hall, Ninth street, corner of L, Wed nen day atd Saturday atternoonsat three o'clock, begin Al'llft vu ti.e IUU lll-lMtt.XUI IHUKPl UIIBIH.HUU IUaIPI. en, and in the eTenlng at seren o'clock for gentlemen ana laaics Jissemonts ever j eanesaaj trcning at nine o'clock Odd Kfllovrs Hall, Klftlith itreet, Nary Yard Monday and lliurddayerenlngi a1 neTen o'clock, (or ladies, mltwen, andmastern, and eight o'clock for gen tlcixcn. Assemblies erery Monday erening at ul e o'clock, commendcg Thursday erenlng. October 17, 1861. Hull corner of Twentieth itreet and reuosylranla avenue. An tifter noon private daft, excluoirely for lad leu, miafea, and modern , Monday and Friday aftcrnoon-i at three o clock, oomnienclug Friday, the 2C.th ol October. Mr tarne vriU teach hi-i clauea all of thedarcej usually danced, including the new Mazurka, Var- rvisiAUKHi'i wis niusvi'siiiQitii iiuiutuiu UbiiuiliaA,lir , a new bpanisih Dance, Danish Dance, Polka, and Hchotilsche, the Lancer's Quadrille inelegaatittyle, iliiiuet Quadtille, Caledonlau Quadrille, o , Lc circulars, -erma. ana references may De ootaineu bv calling on Mr ranklintat his store, under the ua all 1 he Franklin Hall u ill be to let lour erenimr-i each week, to rupectable parlies only, fordancirigaiLHiin b its, whkh will be k"pt In the very tine-it order, f or terms, Inquire of Mr. llirnes, at the lUU,fChool days and evenings oct 6 lm IltlL'OUTAN I1 TO INVKMOllS.-KOOKUT W.FENW1CK, (late Manager of the Washing ton U ranch OfUCd of the Scientific American fatent Agenoy ol Messrs. Munn ft Co , and lor more than ten years olucially connected with said Arm, and wlthLn experience ot fourteen jears In eer bianch relating to the 1'Atent Ollloe(and the Interest ol Iu tin ton,) COUNbULLOUAND PA1ENT A'JLNl , OlUce In Washington, l. C , northeaat corner ol Seenthaud BtreetB,fctund story, directly oppo site tbe 1'atent Office Prom lion. Charles Dlaaon, late Coiuuili aloner or Paten u Wahiiihqtoh. D C.Oct. 4.1860 Learning that U. W I'enwicK, Esq ,Ls about to open an office In this city, as a belicitur of Patents, I cheerfully mate that 1 have long known h'm tu a gentleman ui large experience in uucii m&uern,oi urount and accurate business habtu. and ol un doubted Integrity An such, I commend him to the inv eniors oi tut. uniUA (stales may 'ii C1IAULKS MABON T" O T I O K . "Adams Express Company." This Company ofTeis to the publlo Unequalled Advantages " lor the " Safe and Quick Dispatch" of jicbvj r Tiguui, i mtKRiei!, vaiuaDiee, Money, io u , iv.,, iniwui ,,i uuticu oiaies Lxpres.es to and from the North and West denart from and arrive in Washington twice drily. All r.apresses are in cnarge or apenentti and rilialu Mceniteni All Packages for " The 8oldlers " aarriod at " One nan " our usual rates All goods fer the so called " Confederates States,' and all articles " Contraband ol War," will bt ax FCSXD. Our hx presses leave New York at 1,6 and op. II., arriving in Washington ut 6 A M. and 6 30 P. M K.xpnsites leave Philadelphia at II S0A. II. and 1 10 M , arriving In Washington 6 JO P M and A. il. Kxpressea leave tialtlmore at (WA M. and 346 P U , arriving In Washington at 6 A. 11. and t SO P. U. Kxpresses for all points North and West leave Washington daily at 7 30 A. M andSSITP M. Special ContracU for large quantities ol freight can be made on application at this office All goods called lor and 'delivered free of extra chargo E W PAUSoNi), Superintendent Adanu Express Co Wasldngton August 2J, 'M. auga lm Dlt. A. ZAPl'OIK, Instructor a. nil Les turer in rhvslology, Chemistry, lloiany, nnd ether branches ot Science conmctid ulth Medicine Also 1 eacher of French, tipanlsh, Italian, Herman, Portuguese, Latin, Ore.k, and other Languages OlBce, ,o 01 K street, being near Pennsiivanla avenue and 1 entv fUlh .Ireet aept ft tf BAllOAINisI UAUOAINMI Ureal llnr galns in all kinds of Clothing, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Hags, Bhlrta, Ilea, Collars, Hale, and Caps, at bMlTII'f,No.4oo .Serenth street, opposite Post Olllee Call and see his new stock of (jpode, which will he sold lit aatoolehlng-low aateeT dot t li . " rt S!V"G 13 1 -s-. N s-Bbvdo'! v-.v'-yC ftH Vp 'wX s'j;vipsi3 fi LsAfcrriv v.)svi-li t5 'ns tup r-t'itr. o JirSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION Weaknm or Debility, Flatnlsncy and Nausur tioss of Appetite, Ncnouincss, Liver Com plaints, Bilious Fevers, and all Disease f the Stomach, Liver, and Bowels Hi A PRKENTIE FOR fKVKR ANP (10 'HFSF. GIIIERx ARE NOT CQUULFK i ilt,ST In.Ui;, ;ifc TUG OBJECT of nil medicine is elthor to pre vent disease, or to assist Nature In restoring the vnrlntiB organs ef the body to a healthful action, and that medicine Is certainly the best which will perform those offices thoroughly, yet mildly, and without endangering tho vital forces o' the syBtom, by whose normal condi tion alone health andstrength can be presorved. Host of the Bitter' that have heretofore been brought into popular favor, have enly served the purpose of temporarily stimulating or ex. citing the organs Into a oonditlon resembling healthful action, without any remedial effect, and generally followed by a return of the dis ease, or a prostration of h nervous energy mora disastrous than though Nuturo had been loft to take Its on n course. Dr. flrceley'8 Blttot a aro a preparation ofthe nutritive properties of tho grain of tho flehlain combination with the active principle of many simple altoratlves and hitter tonics, and It Is a pleasure to the proprietors toeUtethatlts use fulness is bolng generally acknowledged by the largely increasing consumption In those sec tions where It is host known, and by the testi mony of many umlnent physicians, who n.ive not only made trial of it, but continual pre scribe the Bitters in those oases for which It Is recommended. AGED PEOPLE, AND ALL WEAKLY PERSONS, Consumptive patients, and others, whose con stitutions have bocomo lmpared by time, or en feebled by disease, and in whom tne process of digestion does not replace the fat and tissues of tho body as last as they wasto, will find these Bitters at ence nourishing and strengthening, and happily adapted for their use. The great advantage the Bitters possess over ordinary stimulacU usually prescribed in treatlug lung complaints and kindred diseases, is the faot that they combine many safo and certain healing properties in connection with the best knewn stimulant. DELICATE LADIES Will derive great benefit from It. No unpleas ant effect will ever result from taking tbe Bit ters, If the directions are followod. For th.se who Buffer from nervous debility, languor, want of rest, exbauslUn, and in all cases of weak ness, the Bitters are net equalled. As an agreeable stomachic, it is muob ad mired; it Bharpena tho appotlto, brightens the Intelleot, and Infuses new life and vigor. No one who uses these Bitters oau be subject to an attack of FEVER and AGUE, or DIAREHOIA. Of all tbe Ills that afflict men and women, few aro so agonlilng as Dyspepsia. It is a sort ot combination of many dlseasos. Thanks to science and Du. Gukeley, u speiiflc has now been obtained. GaEBLKv'a BocnBON Bitters take straight hold of the disease, and begin a cure. Thousands of well-attested oases of oures of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, and Fovor and Ague, even of the most desperate kind, are in the possession of the proprietors. Not a few people, everywhere, oomplalo of Weakness or Debility. This is the gentle hint of nature for a little help in the way of invig oration. The hint should not be neglected. "A stitch in time saves nine." Get a supply of Gkxkley'b Boubbon Bittirs, take them regular ly, and our word for it you will feel hotter, live loneer. be stronger, and think and act with very "much more satisfaction. The Bitters are a tonlo, and of a nature never befere attained In any medicine. It will make the weak strong, the desponding hopeful, the Biok well. For any complaint of the Stomach, Liver, or Bowels, there is nothing comparable with this modlclne. In America, the Liver is the oentaHusedof all the organs in the body. II in ni.iJo the saddle of all other organs. As a consequence, It is ofton out of order, and notunfroquently nearly inoperative. This need not be ; on tho con trary, It Is quite unnecessary. A little common sense, and a sufficiency of Ukexlkt's Boubbon BiTTEiis, will koep the Liver right, and make man a man, and woman, now miserable, quite happy. Tbe Bitters regulate and strengthen the Liver, no less than purify It. The Increase of Nervous Disorders, at the present day, is one of the most alarming lndl cations of the age, or rather, would be, were It not that a most admirable cure had been found. There Is not a phase of nervous dis ease, whatever it may be, that these Bitters will not aot upon favorably, and in the most efficient manner. All who are unfortunately afflicted with complaints of this nature, or with Indigestion, or any diseases of the Stomach, should not fall to make use of Ghiilst's Bora bom Bittxhs. Chills and Fever. In maey portions ofthe United States, this terrible disease seizes its vio tlms as naturally as water seeks its level. The system, In a particular condition, invites it. The right medicine to preveat and cure this malae'y, we unhesitatingly say, Is Greeley's Bourbon Bitters. It broaks up the fever, drives it from the system, and will keep It at bay, if taken in accordance with directions on the bottle. The Bitters purify and enrich the blood, and this in return strengthens the con stitution. As an agreeable tonlo, these Bitters have no equal, Greeley's Bourbon Bitters are meeting a sale unparalleled In the history of popular medi cines. In all diseases of the Stomach and Bowels they are a sovereign oure. The worst cases of Dyspepsia and Indigestion yield to the remarkable potency of the Bitters, which is as agreeablo to the taste as It Is speedy and un failing in Its good effeou. For sale by Druggists and Grocers, ever) where. W. F. A A. W. GREELEY, Proprietors, Boston, Mass. And sold by D. B. CLARK, B. B. WAITE, and J. B. WILSON, Washington, D. 0 and PEEL & BTBVENB, Alexandria, Vs. W0U-it J.