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LOCAL NEWS. ItAtnrtlim. Hearty ttounajjel eoplM of the Aptst Ilea art. elroulnted abmo, the aOaUng popk Hon tTtrx day, beside! Ihelarge number served to regular rabforltan. Advertiseri will take U accordingly. Yam Mext'e Christian AimUtm. Notwithstanding the Inclemency of tht weather and the condition of the streets, an Interesting meeting of the Association mi hald.lait Monday evening. After the usual opening services, and prayer hv n. Mr. Waatwond. of Union Chanel, the President made his report of the operations of me Association auring ins pan mouiu. This ranort daveloned the fact that the Asso elation, though free from debt, was without tunas to prosecute a numnrr 01 tuteiui enter prises now InTltlng effort. The Mission Bunds? ncooois, toougn wen mtetiuT.u uj tuuiMi, lacked In the steady attendanoe of a lufflolent number of male teachers, and appeals were made for more male teachers, especially for that at the corner ot Hum ana w streets, ana that on First street east, south of the Capitol, hoth maatlni at 3 d. m. The special Mission ary who hadaocented and arrived In the city for the purpose of entering upon his work bad, In consequence of sickness, boen compelled to resign; and another had not yet been round to take bis place. Through arrangements re aeirtly made the Reading Room Is now supplied wun a rnuou larger nurauor hibh imioiwivm of the best newspapers from different and distant parts of the country, and many more would shortly be added. Tho number of new members seeking admission during the last month had been greater than In any previous month lor the last twelve or mure, and the anticipation was expressed that tho number admitted durlnz the noxt month would eaual that during the several previous months of tne year, me proper euorts 01 tno present members being nil that is deemed necessary to secure this desirable result. The distribution of cnples of the Haored Scriptures from the depository of the Bible Society, No. 498 Seventh street, had extonded riurincthe month to fort r regiments and hos pitals, amounting l iH copies, and siuoo May last, whon It was undertaken by the Superin tendents of Divisions, at the request of the Washington city mule nnoieiy, inrmwg an ag gregate of 7,721 cjplei of the New I'ctUraent, In Kegllih, t.ti it i. Herman. j,S) " ' and Hook of Psaliiii, lu one volume, 10J copies ol the New lis'ament, in French, Italisn, Spanish and Wtlih, S1 copies o( tbc entire Blolc l'J.'i volume The riistilliullnn l hunks, tracts, .did papers trora II mm No. 'it. Post Ofllce Department, west wine, had during the last month been su perintended and conducted almost exclusively by the Rev. Mr. Alvord, Secretary of the'Amer lean Tract Bnolety, Boston. The distributions for the month htd been 491 packages of mate rial furnished by the society just named, con sisting of largo books for huspilals, regimental and general, small books, tracts and papers, embracing 36,117 copies of the "Christian Ban ner," distributed generally 100 copies to a re giment, and costlog, in the aggregate, 1797. Sixty-one packages, containing books and traots. furnished by the Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, and one package Irom the 1st inaepenaent rresoyienan tjiiurcn, rnuaani pbla, had aliao been distributed from the same room. These various packages, principally miUQ up nt tug i uuui , I'mtij vy , i ioiius ill iiiinj had gone to the supply of hospitals, ships, and encampments. Two large boxes of hospital supplies and comforts, valued atG00,had been received and mostly distributed. . The Circular of the "Christian Commission," recently recelvod, was presented, and passod to the Distrlot Commlttoo of the Commission, consisting oritev. Henry u. westnooa, wm. J itnees, aou wm. uauantyne. A large and valuable box of hospital supplies and comforts, such as pillows, sheets, blankets, quilts, towels, handkerchiefs, Ac, Ao., from kind friends at home, in Amsterdam, N. V., had just arrived, addrossed to the Christian Com mission, of which tho parties for whom intend ed had been duly Informed. Tbe Iter. Mr. Alvord subsequently addressed the meeting, and gave a moat Interesting ac count of his many visits smong encampments. i i La Senortt Isabel Cabas. We take great pleasure In being able, at last, to state that this unapproashable Spanish dan seuse will positively make her cfcouiln this city in. grand Spanish ballet this evening at the Theatre, tor six nignts ociy. ine announce ment of her former appearance In this city ifimsH mo inniiii, vAuiiniuguii ww uiwuivua of ourcillrens were very muoh disappointed by her non-appearance. The cause of this dis appointment was a severe lameness; but we are C leased to learn that two weeksof quiet repose as at latt civen our citizens the nnmirtunltv to seelier. She has arrived In the city, and Is stopping witu ner manager, sir. James nixon, at the " National." So there can be no doubt of her appearance. Kvery one Is on the m tire to see this charming fairy. Her dancing Is said to be the embodiment of gracefulness. coquetry, sua uexiDiity oi psrsou, illustrating all the charms of motion, music, and passion. It Is, porhaps, the first time In this city that we have had a genuine Spanish danseuse. Tbe press of Baltimore and Philadelphia pronounce her the most beautiful woman overseen on the stage In thoso cities, and wo predict fur her great success In this city. Tho perlorraonce will commence with a favorite farce by the dramatic company, to bo lollowed by the beau ' tlful Cuhas In a grand Spanish national dance, supported by honor Ximenes, After which another farce, and to conclude with Cubas iu the Snanish dance of La Madrilena. Seats for nrohentra chairs can be secured at MeUerotl's music store. An Amorous Urcek. On Saturday night, an Irishman, named Cor nellus Herley, having Imbibed freely of " the orather," was suddenly Impressed by the charms of a lady of color, who was passing .down Louisiana avenne. not far from the lHiurlh ward station house; and feelinga strong desire to oultivate a closer acquaintance with tne uunt-BKinneu ueauty, startea alter ner wun ranld atrldos. " like Tarnuln's ehnst." bent on conquest: but she, not relishing the attentions or Intentions of hor nursusr. maiteahattr rn. treat, clbselr pursued bv the enamored swain. and finally ran Into the station house, with her Irish lover close at her heels. The policemen, thinking this rather an unlawful and unjustifi able mode ofeffeollng an entrance, forthwith captured Cornelius; and, In default of fi.'Jl, sent him to the workhouse for ninety days, as a warning to all who, like him, let their spirils overcome their prudence. . , i The Condition of the Streets. It is proper to oall the attention ot the au thorities, at this time, when the rain, sleet and thaw have so stirred up and commingled tho elements or tbe street surface, that It will be absolutely neoessary to take Immediate and unusual measures to cleanse the streets, alleys, by-ways and commons, and ravines of the out skirts, before warm weather approaches. The immense Increase of population, the waste attending movements of army provisions, to say nothing of dead horses, Ac, make neces sary great care to prevent a pestllenoe next summer. IS. ' Supreme Court. January Jl, ISO'i. No. 41. "William (llasgow, Jr., et al., plaintiffs In error, vs. John 0. Hortlz. tne argiuneni "l turn cauqo wna uuucuiuou uj Mr. Ilates ter the Dlalntill In error. No. M. William (llasgow, Jr., et al., plaintiffs III error, vs. 0. J. Carpenter. This oauso was argued by Mr. Hill Tor tho defendant In error, and submitted by Mr. Ilates In behalf of the pl-iiniiiit in error. Kos. 4J,41, 13, and IU. William (llasgow, Jr., ot al., plaintiffs iu errdr, vs. Etuoar Dlanchard, John liogan, Jnmos A. Hardy, and Christopher C. MoUlure. These cauiea were submitted on the argu ments and briefs In No. 11 and 4'.'. napilsui. An unusually large ciiiigro;;allun assembled at the I! street Dapltsl Chtirulf, last evening, to witness the adrnlnlslratlon of Ibis, interesting ordinance. A, " "hover of the (laser" Blabbed -Ovsr too in uounieriois nous attus uom Belied-Tbe ShoTer O .mmtttedl to Jail. The Influx of population and business has brought all sorts of characters Into the oily, and among them are counterfeiters, whose ope rations have been extensive and hitherto quite successful. The soldiers have perhaps been most frequently duped In this Illicit trade. , For three months past, Officer Fenwlok and Ser geant Cronln nave had an eye on one George 6. Beoker, keeper of a periodical stand at the corner of Sixth street and Pennsylvania ave nue, and formerly agent of the Philadelphia inquirer. On Saturday last, It being understood that be was to dispose Of his business to a Mr. Boilers, ana leave toasv, a posse was aetatiea, consist ing oi omoers ttanaiey, uonn u. u uuvwi mwhi WlakAl. TabmK sua Grant, to arrest him. He was arrested. toe-ether with noma emnlnraea. named John Clara and Josenh A. Mattlnilr. and Mr. Boilers. against whom nothing appeared to Implicate them directly or Indtreotly In the rascality of tneir employer, uecxer, at tus time oi ma arrest, had upon bis person only nine dollars In counterfeit money, but upon searohlng his room at the National Hotel another batch was found In his trunk, the whole amounting to over 1400. Part of the money was in bogus half and quarter dollars, gotten up In tbe high est style or ine an, ana wen caieuiaiea to ae celve the unwary, and the balance In notes on ten or twelve different banks, In denominations ranging rrom one to ten aouars. ine notes were Inolosed In envelopes, and kept In an old stocking, which was itself wrapped In a hand- cercniet. Ofllcor Fenwlck arrested a woman named Maria Buoh, who olaimed to be his wife, and was stopping at tno i.icnau House, on Louisi ana at enue near Sixth street. Iter baggage, which was searched, did not. however, con tain any of the counterfeit money, but she was neia to Dan, upon ner own recognizance, to appear at mo tliniui mvKDri nuv nna vwui- mltted. In default of 12.000 ball, to anoear for trial on Tuesday. His employees, nsmed sbove, are only held as witnesses, there being no evidence to implicate them. It Is to be bspoa that the whole fraternity of counterfeiters In Washington may be ferreted out, and made to suffer a Just punishment. They need a halter as much as rebels. ,ii Mrs. Baxleya A communication in the Maryland Acini Sited says ol Mrs. Ilaxley, one of the female military prlsoneis, that although sho has a husband living, she acts quite Independently of him and somewhat strangoly, so much so as to Inour suspicions. The writer ears, that though tho mendacity of Northern scribblers is well known, In this case the crounds for their statements " osmo from Mrs. h. herself, she having talked very freely of ner intimate iriena, or, iirown. it may do not amiss to state mat mis intimacy is not ac knowledged br him. Of one thing thore can be no doubt, and that Is, that Mrs. B. is at toast much too Imprudent to De trusted., iter com panlons In prison have, no doubt, made Ibe dlscotery ere this." sensation News from ftctr York. The New York papers, in their search for news Ibruugh the mud of the last week, In this city, hate been telling wonderlul stories of the small-pox, and, quoting a " communication In one of tbe city journals, presents the ovldenco that small-pox convalescents are permitted to ruam about the streets, spreading this conta geous and loalhesome dlsoase everywhere." There Is some small-pox here, and It should be very carefully guarded against, and it has occu pied the attention of tbe authorities, whose efforts are amply adoquate to the protection of the city against tbe disease. Teachers aud children in the public schools have been vao clnated, and other proper sanitary measures made use of. . Pocket Picked. A Koldinr had his bucket uiaked on Saturday afternoon, at the Baltimore Depot, of his wallet containing V In gold and Treasury notes. He was on ins aay to nis nome in new torr, nav lng obtained his discharge from tbe army on account of physical disability, and the money stolen from him was all he had In the world. A sum sufficient to take him to bis home was raised by the by-slanders and presented to him. Anniversary Mettlng. The annlveraaryiof the Youth's Missionary Society connected with the K street Baptist unurcn, was ceieDratea at tnat unurcn yester day afternoon. After remarks and readine of the annual re port by the President, Mr. Fenwick, Interesting addresses were made by Messrs. Stlllson, Poh- lar, tiaxara.uev. sir. nrutis, secretary ot ine American Sunday School Union, and others. It was an interesting occasion. Brass Wanted. Sumebiidy offers live dollars reward for piece of brass. .We Imagine ho does not occii nr the position of cither a Government official. or the conductor of a newsnaner. or he might Dud enough of that composition in the faces of tnose wun wnom ne comes in aaiiy oontact. Good Samaritan Division, No. 3, .Sons of Temperance, will hold a Public Meeting at Temperance Hall, k itreet. between Ninth and Tenth streets, on Tuesday evening, the (8th instant, atfcvrnaoaa nan o'oiooa. sue itcv. si, ireuoii, lormerly or the city of llulTslo, New York, and, the Rev. Mr. E. F. Crane, Chaplain ol the Twenty third regiment New York State volunteer!, trill ad. dress the nicetlog. The friends ol the cause arc reepcctlully Invited to attend. By order of Jan'-St J L. KIOWELL, R. S. India Ilabber Goods. Rubber Illsnkcta for Boldlers, 9I.2S esch. DitiH l'ni.,h.u am. III.Hb.l. ...ukl...! 9.10 each. ' mills Rubber Costs, white and black, S2.50 esoh. lnd a Rubber Lcggins.Sl per pair. And sll kinds Rubber Goods-Including Rnbber Roots snd Shoes, Robber Stoppirs for Ilotties, Door Mats, Undenheetlng for Beds In sickness, Ac. , So., at msnufsctureri' prices, at It A. HALL'S India Rubber Warehouse, aOH Pennsylvania avenue, deo 19 tt Ret Ninth and Tenth its. The Indian Herb Doetor, From Csnsds, will describe dltessea snd tell his patients tho nsture ol their complslnts or illness, without receiving sny in formation from them jYo Charge Jar OnuuWUtm or Advice. oen uotto. Wc use such Bslms ss hsvc no strife With Nsture or the Laws of Lire: With Wood our hsndi we never itsin Nor poi'on men to esse their psln. Our Father whom all goodness (Ills, Provides the means to ourc sll Ills; 1 he Simple Herbs hencsth our feet, Well used, relieve our psln complete. A simple Herb, a simple Flower, i;uii'u irom tne aewy ls hese, theso shsll spesk with touching power Of chsnge snd beslth to thee. WiuKingtm Building, Vnna, avenue, about re mtnuta ivalk from Hrovm'i IltJUt. No charge for Coniultation. Jsnll 3m MAIUIIKD, On the 1 Id instant, bv Rev. .Mr. P.van. Mr. JstlSS II. Lot ILK3J to Miss Makv Norton, all of tins cuy. DIKD, On tbe morn nz of the 'i.ilh Instant, at two o'clock, after along rnri lingering illness, of parnim,fuAii. rLKTCHEK, formerly oi Aiex andria. Va,. but for the laat thlrtv veara a real dont ol this clly. He was In his CGth year, and an old soldier of 1812. Tho relatives, friends, and acquaintances of tno lamiiyaro roapectiuiiy requestea toallmul his lunoi hI, Irom his late residence, No. 1.18 Maryland avenue, on this (Monday) evening, nt turn n'filftnl?. On haiiirilay laii, at tnroe o'clock p, i i:u.tN Nkvins. allor a lingering illness. Her luneral will lake place this morning (Monday,) al nine o'rlook, from the residence of her mother, l'.'J K, between Seventh and Eighth streets, to which the friends of the family aro invited. On Bunday morning, January tilth, Klli Stills, daughter ol II. II. and Mary A Mo PhoMon, aged four years and four ntonths. The Trends of the familt- aro invited In at tend the funeral, at eleven o'clock, corner of Pennsylvania avenue and rim street, tuapi- tui nui. orriciAi , Was DirAaTiuxT, January 21, 1863. Unbred. That the War Department will1 be closed Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays against all other business but that which relates to aotlve military operations lo the field. Batordeys wut oe devoted to. me Dullness or senators ana tteprrieniauves. Moodsjs to the business oi tne public Edwin M. Stsnton, Ji22 -tf Secretary of War. Whtuharst, no. 434 Penn. Areaae, Is selling original cartel it visile photographs of Generals Boott. MoClellsn. Wool. Banks. Fre mont, Butler, and others. Our likeness of eulellan le the latest published, and Is con sidered the best In existence. Bee our Dhoto grabs In oil and water oolore. Also portraits of distinguished men. Attention of military men is oauen to our luiuengtoiettertypes, iorsena ing by mall. deo 13 i i i Corns, Bunions. Cariosities, CbUtlslns, FrosUd Feel. Bed Nslls.Knlsrged Joints, and all dlstsws of the Feet cored without psln, by DB. WHITK, Scxotos CmsoroDiiT, 429 Fesniylrsnla Avenue, between 4;; snd Oth its , Room No. 7 up stairs. Office hours from 19 m. to s p. m. 49"0dere to call at p: irate residences promptly attended to. Jsnfs-tm Mf B a rats' Anniversary The ose hundred third Anniversary of the birth dsy of Robert Burns will be celebrated hythe Burns Club of Wsihlng hgton, snd tbe admirer of the bsrd generally, at Mrs. Russell's Hotel, 403 Seventh street, on MON DAY, the 97th Instant. Sapper on the table st 1); o'clock. Tickets to be hsd at the Hotel. P. 8. The Clab will meet In their uiutl room, on the SMh, st 7 o'clock. ALEXANDER WILLIAMSON, Jsn 4-3t Hecretsry. STThe Union Prayer Meetlna; will be linden every dsy this week la tin Lutheran Church, (Iter. j. (J. Huuer'f,) at tne comer or Etevtnu ana II itrseti, coramenclog st 4 o clock p. a., snd con. tlnucd but one hour. Jsn 31 UNITKD STATKi PATENT OFflCR, WAasisoTos, Jsnuiry 32, tui. On the petltio of John Halt, of Pittsburg, Penn ylvsrls. Acting Executor under the will ol bsmuel lull, deceased, and oonjointly therewith, the petl lion of John S. Hall, Frsncls A. llsller, and Samuel W. Hall, the snrtivlnx children and heirs of the said Simucl Hall, decessed, praying far the exten lonof a patent granted to the laid Samuel llsll, April V), 18H, for an Improvement In Plough! for eeven yran irum tne expirauvn oi aaiu psicnt, which takee titsoc on the 'isth rfsv of Anrll. lBSJ. It ti ordered. that the esld itetltlon be neard at Ihs l's'cnt OIBoc on M ndsy. the Tib dsy of April, is2, at twelve o'olook 31 ; and all pereonn are noMOcd to apear and how csum, tr anrihey hste, whyisld iv' mon ougut not iu uo grntcu. Pcnoni tiDDCwinir the extension are rifiutred to Ale In the Patent Office their oblccllom. specially et lorth In wr ting, at lest twenty days before tho oar oi nesring; an treiimony nica vy ritner rsny to be used st the said hearing niuet be taken and trine mittd in accordance with the rules of tbe ofllce, which will be furniihea on spplicstion. The Icetimony In the esse will be closed en the 9ltlidsyofMaroh.t8r.!;deotillousasdothcrperrs relied upon sa lcllmooy mart be filed In the offlei on or before the morning of that day; the srgumentr, it snr, within ten dsys Ihcrtsftcr. O dsred, also, that this notice hi published In I he Nnlimal BrfiiUtcan, Wuhuigton, l C, aoa the Pttuburgh ii-aVS, Plttebarg, Pennsylvsnis. once s week lor three saccc-elre wceli tbe lint ol ssld Subllcstions to bs st lcsnt slaty dsys previous to the syothcsrlng. D P HOLLO WAV, Commissioner of Pstents. P. H Kdlto s of the sbote psperi will please copy, and send tbelr bills to the Patent Office, with a paper containing thli notice. Jsn sir w3w. E W 1 u cojrvEjrsKD coffee, COMSIMXU WITH Till Purest Milk anil Best Heuncrl sugar. Thli admirable article is sultsd bv Its comoact form, for use in the ARMY anil NAVY, and Is eaaallv adsatcd for Families. une icaspooniui oi iuis preparation mascs, or tne addlttoa of a cap of hot water, a moet exoellent cup of coffee in one minute, at a triflog expense, tor tale by L PRAMO a CO., Msaufacturers1 Agents, 320 Seventh St., four do3rs from D, Jsn 97 3t Washington, D. C. WANTED-By a yonng SUN, twenty four years of sge, a place as CLERK or PORTF.R In a Store or Commission House; SPEAKING and wituinu me rrtebnuti ana jttut,init L..n GUAUES, and willing to make himself useful Address," A. 11 " Nstlonsl Republlcsn Office. Jsn 97-it WANTE-An Intelligent and Trusty HAN to ride nftecn miles in the country snd return every day; a horseback rider preferred. To a steady .Man. ffood wares alii be siren. Csll at the " K.xchange Hotel," V street, between Filth snd Sixth streets, from 10 to 12 a. m., to dsy. Jsn. 27 It" TUn.NSIDK'H PATENT PORTABLE HOUSE. Ths Inventor cells the attention of Sutlers snd others to this useful Invention. A House csn be sunt by this Invention without dsiu, screws, grooves Ilsrncs snd Blablci built In the tame wsy. It csn be put up snd tsken down without Inlury to the uoeras. Orders csu be left with SAHULL WISE, lluilder, No 4u E itreet, near Thirteenth, Jsnll-lm Star.) Washington, D. O. 1 he SWORD li peculiarly the weapon or the offi certhe oslyocc the service recognlzis the only one upon which he csn rely, In the hourofdsngcr, for cither oflVnilve or defensive purposes. The need- ilty of knowing how to use It must be obvlons to sll. AthoTOugh eword'Uian,lale an officer of the llrlt Uli army, Is now giving instruction! In SWORD EXERCISE, (CAVALRY AND INFANTRY) At Temperance Hall, on K street, between Ninth and Tenth streets, wliero gentlemen desirous of becoming proficient can be taught either privately or In classes. For particulars, apply at the llsll, on Mondays, Wednesdays, snd Ssturdsye, from 10 a iu. till p m ; or address, Cspt. M. J. (J RUURKi:, Jan 'Ji lin At the National Hotel. J-VCUMUT AND AUIIIST. Ur- V. .-I. Von Jtlosehxisker, Oculist and Aurlst, Has srrlved from New York, and opened his ofllce at No. 'iV, Pennsylvania avenue, (Opposite Wlllard'a Hotol.) Where he can be ooniultod on all diseases of the EYE and EAR, Requiring Medical or Surglcsl trestment. HighcsT reference csn bo given to those who re quire his lervices )sn 8 llm BOAHDINO. A few Table or Day Hoard ers csu bs sccommodslcd st No. 4414 Nlifh strcot, second dcor north ol the Pstent Office. Jsn 21 tf VrOW IS YOUR TIME Tq BUY QVEItCQATS, xS Psnts and Vests, at New YOrk prices, at SMITH'S, No. tto Seventh street, Jan U dim Star I opposite Post Office. riinK GRAND AUHY IS ADVANUINU10. 1 wsrdi SMITH'S, No. 4eo Seventh itreet, oget some of his Grsst llsrgslns In Clothing, Furnishing Uoods, Hats and Caps. (btorj Jen 18 dim gTO-ORD BXXIXIOZSZ. POR THE ARMY AND NAVY PRANG'S OABD-POBTBAITfl PROMINENT CHARA.CTERS. This Is a moit unlqae snd orixtasl aablloaUoa ot llrsUke Mmlstnre Portraits, Jusi targe eaeagh to easloe la a mmmm UUer mwijx.fOT satlsrylaf the serially of dlstsat Irlends, or to enisanai a aatle arafAfc aBmt or the stsnfel jw- They sre Jatt the UlaguaeollamfnmMnref'eMKia,wbea esch day Drisgs rorth Its famiU or Its criminal tot ool Isetlons, thsy sre much tvpciier to photogrsphs, as they will Isst for acxsasBe or tsass We Ineress the collectloa every wssk by ad dlllnsl Portraits of Interesting psrsonsges. BT Prise, dag le copy, to eents. Sent to aay sd itn la U4 .UalUd outss free of postsgs. Tbs money anst aeeosspaar every order. Aesns Wasrio.to tell directly to soldiers. Our tsraw to them are very liberal, and they will Had It a highly profitable business. L. FRANO k CO., Publianers snd Lithographers, Mo Seventh street. Four doors from D, Washington, mcnUmtalpartKvlar$ma)t4cUaU44. -Lilt of Portraits, January, 1163, Published Monthly, Kerisei; PATRIOTS. 1. Qeorge Washington. I if. Hon. J. Holt. '. urn. tvuneia ocott. 29. " S. A. Doaglss. 27. T. Frsnoli Mesther. 28. John Brown. 20. Hon. Henry WUson. 30. F. P. Blilr' st.Col Lee, Twentieth Mass, regiment. J2. Geo. PrsnkUn. S3. " Jameson. 34. Com. Dapont. ss. Oen. Richardson. 38. Col C. Parham. 37. Cspt. Wllkei. IS. Oen. McDowell, to. " fllcklei 40. Smith. 41. MeCall. 42. " Slocum. 43. Col. CuUer. 41. ' Poe. 4t. LlenL Col. Csmeren. 48. Msjor Scott. 47. Uen. R. King. 48. " Porter, to. Col. llsvea. 3 4 t. e. 7. s. I1, McClellan Dumslds. Batler. Anderson. Wool. Beats. 8prans.aov.ef Kimacii Iilsnd Lyon. ll u. 13. 14. 15. Sfiel Higi Fremont. Roeeersns. llelstselmsn, Bleaker. ntx. IS. " 17. Col. Duives. is. " Corcoran. H. ' Bakr. a j. K. Murphy. VI. " Coehrsne. Si. " Ellsworth. 1. Abrshsm Lincoln. a. Secretary O. Welles. iu ucn arimuie. 51. Col. Chsmplin. TRAITORS. 1. Jcl. Davis 7. Ex Senator Msion. 8. - Slldell. 9. Oen. McDufne. 10. ' Johnson. 11. " BcnMeCnllMh 1 A. II. Stephens. J. Gen, Besaregsrd. 4. A. 8. Johnston. Lee. Hsrdce. 1 19. " Floyd. Notice to ibe Public Generally. Our i Im Is to bring within the mesns of every Atflcrl an a collection of Poitrsits of Prominent Ohsrsctcrs belonging ti the pre-ent Interestini epoch of this srest Republic, buoh a collection oi correct likencaaci will loo esse In veins ss yesre naiu on. Wa flatter ourselves that we hav tun rucoesslul la poitrsying theexpreulons.trus to life, rowel nw hmib a kwu vrixinmi tP'mtine;, on suerreotvpe.pliotogrspTi.cte ,) wss obtslusble. rsrtlcs conncotcd with the ertny or nsvr, who witn to outsia or ren a i ortmt oi some psrticuisi person, uot in our tut, can nave sucn msae tooraer at ressonsble terms and ihort rotlcc,gasranteemg to them the exclusive sale U. 11 All or Jen, accompssled by the money, wlj b3 promptly attended to, and forwarded to an v csmp, oy msll, free of oharge.from the Office In Wishing Ion, Mo. t'J) Seventh street. Jsn 10 1st TOIIN D. HUTCHINSON At CO., BANKERS, .to. 1T1 fourteenth Street, opposite Wlllarrts' Hotel, WASHINGTON. 8IU HT DUAl TS. good at all points in the West. trn, Northern, snd hew anglsnd States, for sale upon ine igttcsi terms. ai-p. tne iiizncst raws vain lor an Unas or ttneur. rent money. Uold asd Silver Coin and Eaitera Usnk Bins at a low premium and In sums to luit I urcnaxen. special aucniion given tu ReBltUtur Money for Soldiers. We do It en the lowest terms sud in the safest man ner. All kinds of Government Securities Bought, Sold ana transicrrtu. We give aFectrJ attention to the Collection ol u pisroTKu Claims against the Government We de cline taking charge of ipeculatlre or doubtful de mands. Onr chargei for Collection, Exchsnge snd all other matters will always beat low as the market will afford. We refer to the Accounting Officers of the United States 1 reuury, snd by special pernaislon to Hon Kdward Jordsn, Solicitor U. S. Tressury, Washington. Hon. L. K. Cnittcndeu, Register U. S. Treasury, Washington. Kdward Tyler, Ks'l , Cashier Suffolk Bank, Boston. lion. Kdward Height, M. U , President Bank Com monwealth, New York Fslrbsnki 4 Co , 189 Broadway, New York Llvermore, Clews & Co , Bankers, New York Messrs Jar, ( ooke A Co . Bankers, Philadelphia. Hon. II W. Hoffman, Collector of the Customs, Bsltimore. Chss. P. Bartt, Cashier Farmers' Bank, Troy Jsn 94 ACCURATE AND LIFE-LIKK PORTRAITS Ol IMS MEN OF THE TIME! 1 hese Portraits sre superior to sny now In the msrkct Bole Agent In Wsshlngton, WM. 1IALLAN1YNE. No. I'JS Seventh street, bet. D snd E, Near the Post Office. UST Of rORTIUlTtj ALKEiDV H3UEU. Gen. Washington, Gen. Scott, McClellan, " McDowell, Sherman, " Kelly, " MoCall, " llalleck, ii Sumner, " wegley, - Keycs, " Wslswerth, " Ports r, ' Bucll snd others. colonels Ite'dsn, Geary, Wlstsr, lloilmsn, Ruth, Ksne snd others Naval Omtsus Goldsborough, Foot, Dupont, Wilkes. Hollies. Lieut Fairfax. CitmtKs President Lincoln snd hit C'sblnet, uev. a j. iirccsinriuge, v. u. ? New ones addeif every few days. Agents wanted In all the Camp Jan 21 lmeo I)" LK UAH D'S Anti-Ehenmatio Band! rsSUASSKVLT cuass MIKVUATUM, in tit Mnouorau, t70vTad XKURJJ.QIA , srwfviau and Nun Yov3Armmona, IMrURlTtKS c On BLOOD, AMUittta KlJtcU of Mercury, It is a conveniently arranged Band or Bslt. cob. talnlng a medicated compound, to be worn around the body, about the waist, bqcallv Arrscriso au raavs, vnmotr ia nueoje may oe, ajnt oaa ue worn miVAout injury to the not oVKcafs person. By this treatment, the medlotnal properties con tained In the Bahp, being of a Atsly aremolte and volanfs nafurs, and mpooV! of being readily aborted (sreuoA iac poru ry us tun, come into ama oonwa wild the Blood and oeneral ctrculaMon. without first eus- ing through the process of digestion, which would tend, not only to detract from tneir ouratire powers, but to Impair the Internal organs snd derarge the digestion also thus avoiding tbe injurimu effccti, io often the result of internal KmsJui, and effeotlng a fcrfettcure, by purifying and equalising te circulation of (he tiial fluidt, and Tutoring the parte affeoted to a KiaUky (rnaKwn. snu uano u also a SKU rowrywi AHT1' MrscosiAt Asisr," and will entirely relieve the lyi tern from Its rMrnictotu effects. uu(,.i.it.K.sn vur'u in Blew u.iiiMiu no sax constantly receiving vndouUed testimonials to which wc invite inspection at ouromoe oi tneir cmcacy u aggravated cases of long standing. Price Two Dollars. Sent by mall upon receipt ol 9;, or by express everywhere, with aU necrttary n jructum, from the prlnclpsl ofllce of G. BMITH CO , Prcvrietors, 491 Urosdwsy, New York. N il lescrtjViM ctreufari tent fret. tars hit Bsnd will not Interfere with the soldier's duties. nev It ly jrrus kiunoi.k 's oomr Juit recelvug, the lsrgest itock of FANCY GOODS In Wsshlngton Writing Desks, Dressing Csses, rorlfolloi, Dlrcs- lion snd Alphabet lllocki, Dames, Photo- gisph Albums, Gift and MUcel lancous Books, In great varieties, at war Csll SLd sic, st "'SHKPHERD'S Hesdqnsrteri, deo 21 Corner Seventh and D streets. AMUSEMENTS. pAHD TO THt PUBLIC. 1 have the honor of announcing that the Besstlfal aad Faselnatlag renowned Spanish Daassass In Scnrita I$att Cuba, Hsvlsg recovered fron her late ladlipontlon, will sssks h,r idmt In thli city la Grand fl paalsh Ballst, aaaermyaiKCtlon, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 27, 1862. and continue for six sights only. The fame and rars aotonpllihments of this trsly great artiste are worthy of the special notice of the public. She li the only real Bpaalih Dsnseuse that has ever appeared In Ansrlcs; snd In sonseqnenee of the Immense furors shs crested at the Royal Open, Midrid, my Agent Immediately negotiated aa engagement with her. I can, with oonldenee, claim for hersrtlrtie precedence of any other Dsnosr who has yet appeared In the Called States. Respectfully, JAMES M. NIXON. Jsn 97-lw 0 DD FKLLOWS' HALL, erenth Itreet. George Christy's Minstrels, Open Kvery Bight In eoucqnenoe of tht Improvements for the few Theatre on Tenth street, the above Snlendld Min strel Company will appear at ODD FELLOWS' HALL I THIS MONDAY EVBIUNQ, Jss. 27., And continue every evening unfit further notice. New (Scenery His been added to the Stage, aad every arraags- mest made for the pro er prodnctlon of OLOROK CHRISTY'S celebrated alterpleoes. Adxissios St cents; Orchestra chairs, to cents. Doors open at quarter lo 7; commence at quarter to 8. JOHN P. SMITH, Jsn 27 Business Agent. CANTERBURY HALL! Louisiana axenucJbehceen Ibur-and-a-halfand SixUiA'lrecto. LF.ONI PANTOMIME COMPANY. LEONI I'ANTOMIMK COMPANY. To night, Francois Ravel's snd M. Thouvensl's Mslo Draraatlc Psntoeslne or ROBERT MAOAIRE. ROBERT JMLAOAIRE. 3VCzr Robort Butlor, JACQUE8 STROP. Extravagant success of the Comic Interlude fs TOVMl jnjLKsojr. JHJH8 0JT. LE TO UK SILAS BALDWIN, t'tmj)fon Jujjler of Both Worlds I WILLIS ARMSTRONG. To night, MISS AMELIA WELLS, Ths Besntlful Songstress, In Sentimental and Yankee Songs I A J. TALBOTr, The Kthloptsn Comedian, assisted by DICK PARKER. MISS EMMA MILKS. MISS VERNON, M'LLK. FRANK LA FOLLB, ALITTLB KLLA. One week longer, WARD on his Coapa VoLiaia. BEST UUCK-ROFE riKFORXER IN 1HKBICA 1 Notwithstanding the large company now at the Canterbury, there will be 9-NO ADVANCE IN PRICES.- Afternoon performance, for Ladlei and Children, every wr.uxeKOiiAZ tnaBAiuittJAi.wiinquan titles oforesents one a superb 92S Silk Dress The dress csn be seen In the window of Messrs. Perry a Ilro. All our dresses are bought from this noue. uoorsopen, anernoon, at ? ocioca, Admission L idles, 20 cents; children, 10 cents. Doors open, evenings, at e( o'clock. Jsn 94lw R' ITTKHHOUBIC, FAIIT, tt CO., UANKEKS, 352 Pennsylvania Avenue, Issue DRAFTS on all parts of the United States, In nma ti aitlt nfners and Soldiers. Also, Drafts on London, Irelsnd.Sootlsnd, Wales, sna all poruons Ol tue comment oiE.nrope. I...he.t Price PrTTu Gold for Un.,1 ....' ... rH... .. h. irn. I...... .. OtV.S insui hm vi m uiuiii.i uwucb, hm i Northern currency. Exchange on the prlnclpsl cities North, psable In gojd or currency, sold to suit purchasers. nill.niluuaui'Aiii jj., flsu.tn, No. 2&'2 Fennsvlvsnla avenne. Near Brown's Hotel. Uold and tlncurreut Money Purchased, Specie, and United States Currency. Accounts opened for depo4tors ItlTTENHOUSK, KANT A CO., Beckers, No 3S2 Penniylvsnia avenue, Jan 4 1m. Near Brown's Hotel. SBALKD PUOPOHALS AUK INVIl'ICD, until the tth dsy of Kebruiry, 1862, for furnish. Inn Kl.OUIt tothe Bubsistmce Ucpsrtment of the United States army. , About twelve tuousand f t'2,000) barrels will be re quired, of a high grade or Estra flour, to be deliv ered ImWashlngton at the Ksilroad Depot, or at the Mills or Warchou.e In Georgetown, some time between the tlh and lMli ot Kebiutry, l6i Ksch barrel of Floor tu be Insp'cted Just before It Is re The dour must bo equal In quality to the samples to be obtained at the Capitol ll.kery at Washington o t y, mid the bands to be head lined. Tbe cu'tcmsry oath ef allegiance will be required ol cacn commciur. Illds to ucdireclulto Major A. IIKCKWITH.C. S. U. S. A., and endorsed 1'roposals " Jsn 23 pATKNT ATTOBKB Ys. MASON, FENWICK7& LAWRENCE. CHAULKS MAhON, l.ate Commis.oner of Patents. hoiikkt w7kknwick. Kllleen years In l'stent Agency Business. lis WITT 0."lAWKENCK, l.ate member of tbe Talent UfAce Appeal Board. OFFICE IN WASHINGTON, D. C. Nois. Patents procured. All information ueoes isry to obtsin a patent lent free of charge. Jsn ?3 tfwlt TJ JCUHBULU'B JCXVBAOT OIF BUOIIUI For Oiiesses of tbs Bladder, Kidney, Gravel, UtLMBtJLD'S Extract of Buchu for Secret and Delicate Diseases. , - , IIELMBOLO'S Extract of Buohu for Nervous ano DebillUted sufferers IlELUBOLD'S Extrsct ol Buchu for Loss ol Memory, Loss ef Power, Dimness of Vision, DUB cutty of Breathing, Weak Nerves, aad Universal Lassitude of the muscular system. HELuBOLD'S Extract of Buehu for sll die treating ailments Obstructions, Irregularities, Ex cess In married life, or early indiscretions, Ao ,sna all diseases of the eexual organs, whether existing in male or female, from whatever cause they may have originated, aud no matter of how long stand lng. IIELMBOLD'S Extrsct of Buohu U pleasant la it. tt.t anil nrinr .nS Immediate In action. Price tl ner bottle, or slxbottles lor tt, dellvereo to any address. Depot, IM South Tenth Street, Phlladelphls, deo 7 Jim PllOF. AI.KA'ANUCll WOLOW8KI, PIANIST AND COMPOBEIl, lly Kcncrul request, will open a class for the Piano end Hinging, by his new and simplified method. In i his way , nn opiortunitv will he extended to all who ilnlro l acquire a knowledge of Vocal aud Instru mental Music, on the most liberal terms All those who desire to Join this course will apply at onse at his residence No. 303 Sixth street, between K itreet and New York avenue. Hours of reception, between and 12 m., on Tues days, Thursdsys, and Saturdays. lan'C 1m lUtelllgencer and Sttrl IUUNIBIIKU HOOJU-, mna at r.w weekly r boarders can tJ accommodated at No. use street, betwefa Thirteenth and Fourttcuth streets, at moderate prlcet, Jaua3-t,' AUOTIOtf SALES, Tlxlaw 3Pjsys TtY J. O. MeesCIaUB aa OO., Aowttonaare. THCHTMr.1 SJLK OriMTROYKD PBOPERTT By vtrtas of a deed of trust from Gamaliel Dally and wife, dated February 29d. lew, snd recorded In liber J. A. 8 , Ho. tse, folios ue, Ac, 1 shall sell as trustee, on THURSDAY, August 99th, at S o'clock,, P- aj'i la front of the prsmlses, at pnhllo aoctlon, the hlgojrt bidder, all that pleoe of ground In the elty of Washington known ssthe western half of lot msrksd Ivs, (,) in snusre numbsred Ave hundred end thirty three, m' In the plat of said KTi.the same having a front of twenty-eight (2S) feet two (1) Inches on O street north, snd a One three story brisk dwelling and brick stable thereon. Terms: One-third cash: ths balmni-ji In .nn.t in stalments, at six and twelve months, secured by deed of trust on the premises. If the terms of ssle are not complied with within lire asys thereafter, ths trustee reserves the tight to resell at the risk and cost of ths defaulting purchaser. Sii Qonrvyaaeuig at toe oust oi tne jronmaper. jb. ouaia, trustee JAB. U. KoOUIRK, Auctioneer. sag-dts gor-The nboro sale le nnaroldably post poned, on sooonnt of the rsin, unUI THURSDAY next, September tth,ssme hour and place. M. BLAIR, Trustee. JAB. C. McOUlKB A CO., eugSO dts Auctioneers. a9-Th above sale Is farther postponed untU THURSDAY, October 3d. at the seme hour and place. ... M. BLAIU, Trustee. JAS. 0. McOUIRK A CO.. Sep 7 lawAdl Auctioneers. jarTttaaboTeanle lefwrther Hjktpoittii aul HONDA Y, October 2Sth, isme hoar snd pli.ee St. C1.AIK, Trustee C McOUlKK CH.. OOtllMS 2t Auolloneers M-Thsabevs sal laetlll further ion. poned until MONDAY, Nov. lull, tame hour sud place. H. IILAIK, Trustee. JAS. 0 McOUIRK A CO., Oct 99 2t Auctioneers. gay The aboTe sale Is further poetponed until MONDAY, 2tth lnst., lame hour and place M llLAIlt, Iruftee. JAS. C. McOUllIi; A Co, nor 11 91 Auctioneers Tbe above sale la further postponed un til MONDAY, December th, 1861, strae hour ami plsce. not 2' ld jasfThe above sale la further postponed until MONDAY, December 23d, ltct, tame hour ai.it place. deep wid WThe atwve sale Is still further post- Eoned until Monday, the 30th Instant, at thfame ourand place M. BLAllt.TtuM.t JAS. C. MtQUIIth li CO., dse 21 Auctioneer. Jigr-The above aale Is further postponed until MONDAY, Mil January, Wtl, t the titan hour and place. M. BLAIR. Trustee JAS. C. McQUIKK .V CO , deoOO Auctioneers 43-The above sale Is further postpoticil until Mendsy,the 20th Jsnusry,siiup plhtA end M 111. t IK Trustee , C McGUIRF. A Co , Aucilcnters Jsn S-0ths20th goy-The above sale Is further postponed until 31UNUAX r.vr.nixtti January v., sauie hour. .t Itl.AIlt, Irustee. j.r. Minuntr, co , ALCtlouters Jan 9l-2lttA2;tb Xu.tixx:o 3D.ya. B YORKldll St WIH.IAM8, Anctlon.rji. KXTTXS1VK 8ALK OFaROCKHtKX. J.IQCVU AD On WEDNESDA.T MORNING, Vi S9lh lunt , w tball iU, atth ilore of Capt. .J Y, Ntle.No 61 Lon 111 tn aTenu, between fcisth-vdd Sc.vith itrecUwtMt, t&t 10 o'clock a. in . an extfii-i. sd (tortraent of OroctrUi. l.t.aor nud toie tixlurw Wt e no me rate la part: Tea, Hugtr and rotTce. Rice, Starch. I'icklci, Hi-lce, A.O.. Tobacco, Cijtin, .oap, Candle , It icon, ani & gts eral aiworlment of othr tirorvrifr. Also, a good awortmtnt of LIittur, in bottle- and cajtkn, soire of which are very fio eucb at Bra&die., Wlnei. Uln,VIililvj-ana Scotch Ala, SeTeral barrels line Vneg&r, And many other article, which Me derai unrrota itrr it- enaroerate. Alio, the a to re Fixture, I'latlorm anil Cuntt. .Soalea( Sugar AIIII, Stove, roiiDlerau'l dIkIv .Dg.Meuun, &c, c. Terms cash. QBKKM WILLIAMS jan St Star Aur IrLt-vr, B Y BO NT 2 tt GUIKFITH, Anrlonni-, 0. Bo'1 tVPrtVA rtrw, i ! land K mmn SALE OfXKWAXp tFt-OSD 11AM I rvn.iAsvnr On MONDAY MOKMMI.' .Ituusrr ". at ten o'clook, In front ofthe Auction Koomi, we Till soil a large assortment of new and sccrni ti-tnd run ture. Crockery, Glass, snd Favov f,om!s,cninin-iD; ico-ewooa mtroie-top ureseiaK nurn u. Mahogany and walnut di do Wainut, Jenny Llnd.and lllsh l'ot Tted.teals, Cottsge Bedsteads, Washsttnil'. Walnut msrble-top Wahstsnil Vcather lledi. Bolsters, and Pillows. Hair and llutk Msttrtut", Wslnut spring sest S jla and Chtlr Crockery and Glassware, A large variety of Fancy Article , Tnirsther with a ireueral assortmentof tl,,.i..r inir articles, too numerous to luiMitlou. hale positive, ana wuuont ivh'tvo Ttimicash. BOM, a tllt'KKU'll, Jsnvt d Auctloceeri. TJV J. C. McGUItlK A V J. C. McGUItlK fV LU., Aurtlonctr. iui'tnton uowirooo stvFV w.ia i ij;j vo IVKTS, rt,KttlTVlCE,.inu ffUt.MLi''.J BtWCTS. l)nTIIUItsDAYMOKNInTll,.Ianuiry.J.t Uu o'clock, at the relldence tf Mrs llnenlniivpu i.f tcenth itreet, between I and 1C street,, with-iaM ,el) Ibe furniture and efTtcts comprisiug Very luperlor It jsewood Neven Octave l'ltntfort bolts of ltosewoodiirecnl'lush covered Parlor 1 ur nlture, nnniprMng three Solas, two nrm tad u Parlor t'hsln, KotA-woad marble top lebls, I ornei btsn.t, l.srgu French plate .Munt.l Mirrors Fancy Corner Stand, Work Table llrusKls and 3 ply Csrpets.Oi'rlmh, i luk Extctsion iMb'e and Chair. Handsome French China Kinner rl Cut and engraved GUsiiwart, Walters. SUier plsted Tea Nets, Castors, Spoons, aad Pi rks. Cloth covered Writing Table, 1,-mhi,;. , Two enameled Cottags hell. Walnut Bedsteads, Wardrcbti lluresul and Wasliitsnds, llslr aad hult tiattresses, Holsters snd I'illowl Itefrlge retort, Stoves, Kitchen Utenills eVo Termicash. JAS. f;, McUl fill, .v CO , jtall d Auctiuneeis. B Y J. C. McGUUlK CO., Auolloneers. SAL OF Tilt RUINS or TIIR tlh.Nf.HAL UOSPl. TAL, ON JUDICIARY mCARV On TUESDAY M0KN1NO, January S5, at len o'clock, at the mini of the liulrmory, on 1. tr.,c-t, between Fourth and Fifth streets, we ihall lell In loti to suit, the old materia'!, couiprlslo Old Briek in the we'll ami down Doors, Frames, Sash, and lilln.lt Lot of Lumber, Flooring, Joists, Ac, Stone Sills. Heads, and Klmlnv FurnsceijKanges, lias and Water Pipes, I,ot of Hospital Furnitnre, Bedsteads, Mattresses, Pillows, .o . tt Terras cash. In flovernment luntls The whole toberemoted wltliln lends." ulrrtni sale "'"'"Knwiii.i-rifiii.i.-iii-ii.i.iv-s JAl O Midi I It H t - . JmSS d tut-ilnneeri. CSVANS WATSON'S PHiLAnr.LPiiiA H.VLAJIANDEU, FIRE AND . BUnOLi.lt PKOOl SAFES. Store, It .outh Fourth .lre.ujfiptiiil.a Ordtn received by w SU,,UU Comer of beventn snd D iticiis, JanlT-ly -ora"0,K Wuhlngtou, D. C.