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"" m . . raaaas , r i e mb bbbbbbi Basal '. iiiiiiiniM mmmeimmivi iiimiwi.imi . mii iBw.iHii.c;ircnMrc.iT..-i mwwwih m..,.... ,. . nji n).Mi iamfJfc- .MtlftUn.. i- ,, iir.iir- .trtii' - n . ..r .n ..r..i T " T -,1, ." -j ff " "- s "T Bmw.SBBliVBBWBJS --), twBmaef- i III -THE DAII.Y RATIONAL REPUBLICAN I published eT7 morning (BundsvB excepted) bj W. J. Mention & Co., and It rurnltbed to city subscribers (by carrier) at S3 cent per month. Mill subscribers, f 3.80 per annum $3 for Is month, and II for three months, Invaria bly In sdranee. Single copies, 3 cenli, Tor the NsUoaal Republican. Baltimore and Ohio nallroa4 aaiil Ita Branches, Wo haTO had frequent occasion to call atten. tlon to thlt great and Important thoroughfare and Ita management during the rebellion, bnt nearer moro than at tho present time. lTere wo are, In the tamo predicament we were one jrear ago, with tho road rendered Imputable, and the great West and Northwest deprlrod of the means of transporting their Immcnso produce to a market, In coneeqncncef of tho enormous tariff Imposed through the circumscribed channels, monopolizing The carrying trade. Tho pro ducers of millions on millions of corn, flour, pork, beans, hemp, Sax, lard, butter, cheese, hams, beef, Ac, Ac, ara crashed, and their labor perished, for want of tho facilities of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. The Eastern merchant arc suffering for want of their, own, in tho shape of shipment of the produce of the Western and Northwestern States. The specie Is going out at the rate of 1 1,000.000 per month, which sum could be remitted lu the products of the great West, If It could bo for warded to shipping points. We know well that the suspension of specie payment by tho banks and Treasury, eould hare been arcrted for a long time by the capa bilities of this road alone; if the Oorernment , had kept It open. We know alto that more than four and a half million of produce per month, could btre been transported oyer this road to a market, bealdea what might be requir ed for home consumption, for the past and present years, If tho proper attention had been paid to this matter. We bayeno disposition to admonish a Gorcrnmcnt, crowded with al most Insuperable difficulties, but we dare say that past experience onght to hare admonished the Oorernment to hare an eye to the financial Interests of the country, which could hare been to materially strengthened by the capabilities of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, so well understood bribe rebels, whose efforts hare been so signally directed against this great out let to the wealth of tho West and Northwest. Eulogists might exhaust their eloquence In panegyrics touching President Garrett and his colleagues, In tho energetic and Jndlelons man agement of the Washington branch of thla road, which has been adeouate to all the neces sities of the Government, from the closing of iue roiomac lasi year 10 me present time, we have heard of attempts to detract from the management of thla road, bylnuendoes and otherwise, which, wo rejoice to sec, are like curses come home to roost on their originators. The name of John W. Garrett will lire In the heartaof all lovers of their country so long as gratitude has any place In the human heart. We would say to this Government that we fully appreciate all tho dlfflcnltles they have to encounter, and deeply sympathize with the powera that be. In the management of their different departments. Nevertheless, wo feel that sufficient Importance has not been attached to keeping open, at all hazard, the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. Called to encounter the most extraordinary difficulties, and cut on from tbelr main support, from the- great stemthey have still sustained themselves Inn most aston ishing manner although we have heard of em barrassments, from certain quarters, which we consider not creditable to certain parties which we should be happy to respect for ability In the discharge of the Important dntles devolv ing on them. But we aeo no cause whv the agents of the. Government should not disburse me money enirusica to mem, wnere mo parries are beyond suspicion and the claims Indisputa ble. ' ' We desire always to give "honor to whom. nonor is aue," ana wo wiuever conieno lorine obligations of tills Government to the president ana directors 01 me Baltimore ana unto rail road, who have won lmperlshablo honor by their promptness and energy In the hour of our necessity and peril, and they will receive cor respondlngacknowledgmenta from every sonrco where there Is the least magnanimity or patriot Ism existing. We trust that no disbursing or other officer of this Government will bo found to throw an obstacle In tho way of this company, retarding the payment of their claim for inch valuable services as they havo rendered from the be ginning. J. n. W. ii Treas0val Us(raaiea of the IjouIbtIII. f . t t Journal, From the Loutsylll Journal of Nov. 17. A Republican editor In New York tells ns that all of the million of slaves In the United States are soon to be emancipated, and that any scheme of transporting or sending them out of the country Is wild and ImposslUlci that they must, In whatever relation to tho whites and to the State and National Government, remain In the South. But we do not see why he seems to regard as uncertain the nature of the condition In which they are to, live. The " universal emancipation," that he Insists on, precludes the idea of their being slaves, and, If they are not slaves, they must, In spite of any absurd and Impracticable attempt at a aystem of Mexican peonage or San Domingo apprenticeship, be free frco to all Intents and purposes. We do not suppose that he has any donbt at all upon this subject. lie unquestionably expects all the myriads of slave In the South to remain there, Just as freo aa tho white citizens, at lib erty to labor as they pleaBe, and to bo as Idle aa they please. This, bo far as wo can learn, Is the view taken by all or nearly all of tho Republican leaders. Their fixed theory Is that the millions of slavea ara to inhabit the South as freo men, confined, penned up by Northern legislation within the Southern domain, not permitted to set foot, without punishment, upon the soil of any mate now iroo. ' nut wnai lact or argu ment or fancy can havo made them think that the white citizens pf the South will ever submit to such a condition of things, wo are at a loss to conceive. Tho white men oftho South might, perhaps, be destroyed by fire and sword, or they might possibly be driven utterly from their sec tion, leaving It either uninhabited or peopled only by tho freed blacks, but there Is no earth ly or even heavenly truth moro unquestionable than that they will never live with their present slaves except as owners and masters. If the Abolition party, tho Republican party, or anv other parly, expect that, after the crushing of the rebellion and the restoration of the Union, the Southern Btates will occupy any otherposlilon in tho Union than thatof perfect equality with the Northern States, such party, unless It shall abandon its chimerical expecta tion, will very soon find Itself annihilated. The Southern States will have and exercise, af ter the Union shall bo restored, lust the same rights and prerogatives that thoy had and exer cised before tho rebellion broke out, and any theory that they must or will permit their mul titudinous hosts of slaves to be cooped up as free rovers and licensed vagabonds within their borders Is most thoroughly preposterous. We know well that the war must, of necessity. lu the natural courso of events. Inflict tremend ous Injuries upon the slave Interests, and, to that necessity, all loyal men, South and North, will unmurmurlngly submit, hut tho great mass of the blacks will remain where thev are and exactly In the condition In which they are, their relation with their masters being neither changed nor modified In any essential, or even uncssentlsl particular. No other results are possible. The President's proclamation of an Intention to proclaim abolition hae had Its day. It has strengthened the rebellion In the South, created division and Btrlfca and caused the defeat of lis advocates In the North, and weakened and disgraced us In Europe. Wo know tbst the Pi csldcnt meant well In Issuing It, and we trust tint he will da well bv repealing It. or suffering U tnnflHB nlT as a dead letter. AS WO hatOBBld. . we cxpoct that the prosecution of the war In .' .,. an...l inti-MKnl. lu Itinl nh.HnMOV unm- III. DUUtU, II MlwlVfVI. nj ...w. uu....-j ....... pel us to prosecute It there, will Interfere great fv with tho slave Interests. A hundred times w e Ii earnestly warned our Southern friends two 3 ears t ago that tnia wouia inevnaDiy do iuo case, u. ly secession, lueyeuuiuuiuBujcuraiii nui, vol. ir. Heaven know they have found our warning partially, and will find them wholly verified. They are destined to find that they will, In con sequence of tho war, have fewer Blaves, and that thoso they do havo will bo rendered more Intractable and les valuable , than , at present. They will find the amount of their slavo prop erty diminished and Its necessary evils and dan gers Increased. Yet, under no suppoeable cir cumstances, can the evils of slavery bo compar able to those of a condition of society composed principally of m&mlmltled slaves. NewKnajland Then anil Now Thoso at the North" who. In obedience' toho suggestion of the rebel General Beauregard, cry out against the "abolitionists" of Massachusetts and the other New England States, conceal tho fact that thoso Btates have furnished 'most readily more than their full quota of soldiers In this war. . The men of New England were the first to rash to the defence of the capital when It was threatened by rebels and traitors. They 'are true to their traditions, for they were fore most, too. In that war which gained our liber ties and Union. Thoso who sneer at New England will do well to look a little at her record In the Revolutionary war. The whole number of meni enlisted in tho Continental servleo, from the beginning to the closo of that war, was 231,v39. Of theso Lorenzo Sablno says. In the historical essay prefixed to ms "American loyalists,", tnsi m,wi were from Massachusetts; and all the States south Of Pennsylvania provided bnt BV,493, or 8,414 less than the gallant Bay State alone. New Eng land equipped and maintained 119,850 men more than one-half the total number placed at the service of Congress daring tho war. The great State of Virginia sent to tho war bnt 753 more men tlian.llulo Rhode Island) she sent "only a nnn or the number contribute by Con necticut! onlv one-half aa manv as New Uamt thlrc, then an almost unbroken wilderness." It Is aa well to remember these facts when men who do all In their power to embsrrast the Government and to favor the rebels, cry out "abolitionist" at New England. N. T. AVn tng rail. - Deaths or Souiicrs. Tho following deaths have occurred since our last report i Daniel N. Knapp 'company A, 59th New York, Columbian College hospltsl. D.S. Wilson, company A, 17th Michigan, Douglas hospital. Chas. Greener, company E. 41st New York, Judiciary Square hospital. .Chas. T. Hays, company C, 23d Pennsylva nia, Presbyterian Chnrch hospital. Marlon Carbaugh, company D, 180th Penn sylvanla, Georgetown College hospital. A. 0. Cnmmlng, Sth Mslue Battery, St. Aloy bIub hospital.! J. B. Hoffman, company II, litis Pennsylva nia, St. Aloyslus hospital. August Harold, company B, 16th New York, Enlohanv hosollal. J. Bradley Ware, company B, 13tth New York. Upton Hill. 8. M. Lee, company G, 49th, New York, Odd Fellows' Hall hospital. Darlua Morton, company F, Mh New York cavalry. Armory Square hospital. SlUa Kent, company 1, 146th New York, Ar mory square nospuai. Tho following deaths aro reported In Alexan drla i Wm. Walker, company B, 145th Pennsylva nia. . William IL Pearson, company D, 6th New York cavalry, Methodist Church. I Wm. Brace, company II, 60th New York, Graco Chnrch" " - WHO BAYS SOI We say that our store ta the First ward may not have caused a com motion, but do say that we are- runnlag too an Im mense stock of nothing at the Leading First Ward Store, corner of Twentieth street and Frnnsylvsal ayeQurt'but who ever saw a store where a Smith was Histoid not do business t and the ressoa ts, they always sell their goods too cheap. That Is why they are slwsys poor. (Who et er heard of a SuilthgeMlngrlchl I never did) We are determined to rurnlsh alt the First Ward with Good Clothing1. Everybody had better come soon and buy, as our neighbors, In a similar' business, say that we can not stand It more than ninety daj s looker selllag goods so cheap, but we have a tery Iargevlotof Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes left, and we are determined to 'run them otf'at great bar gains, at Hesdqusrters for Clothing In the First Wsrd, corner qf Twentieth street and renna)Iva nia avenue and No. 450 Seventh street. nov21-dtJanl SMITH a. CO. NAVV AGENT'S OafVICE, WASHinovoa, Nor. 16, lee.. PaorosaU will be received at this office, until Monday, the tint of December next, at s o'clock p. m,for two hundred and ten thousand (.10,000) ysrds or White Cartridge Cloth, in width and pro portions, as follows, vir: an Ann a .4. la InAttn uilfl-a iiuu i bb rust) itr u.iir rvsuc To be delivered at the Naty Yard, In this city free or cost tq the Goi eminent for irefght or tram! , portatlon. 8. 1'. BROWN, ' dot 19 tit ( Nruy Agent. AC A II D. Oak Mali. Cloth i no Room. Mr. Bruce, formerly at the Odeon Hall, has now opened a new store at No 461 Seventh strcet.lust below Smith's, where he has a Hoe selection ot Men and Boys' clothing at very low prices i he Is desi rous of having all his old customers call on him. as they can buy goods at lower prices than any other store In the city. J. BRUCK k CO , Clothiers, No. 4a4 setenth street, near F. Call and see Mr. Bruce, at No. 404 Seventh street near V, Mr. Bruce has a Fine Stock of Clothing fur Men and Boys' wear, at No. 4S4 Seventh street, opposite City post Office. Mr. Bruce Is the man to please the Boys In Cloth log, at No. 464 Seventh street. kverybody knows that Mr Bruce can sell Bos Clothing cheaper than any one else. No. 464 Sev enth street, opposite City Post Otllce. For Men and Boys' Clothing call on Mr. Bruce, at Oak Hall, No. 464 Seventh street, between E and F, Mr. Bruce Is the man to uleasa van la Ilovs' Cloth ing, at Oak Hall, No. 464 Se,enth street, opposite City Post Office, Be VS-JBi TCVANS 4k- "WATSON' PHILADELPHIA, SALAMANDER, FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES. Store, 16 south Fourth street. Philadelphia, Pa. Orders received by V, D. SHFPHERD, Corner of Seventh and D streets, Washington. D C. jan 11 ly G1KAND ADVANCE: OF TI1K AUMV. F and clothiers are cr) lng up the great advance of clothing, but we are selling at a small advance on old prices. We ha e a large stovk on hand, and are selling tbemotfto make more room, fur we have a very Urge stock of Clothing at our manufac tory, and are now running olf our stock at less than wholeiale prices to mtke room e ha e al ways be4n fighting agaluft high prices, and shall continue todo so. Mr, SMITH Is In the msrket all the time, and Is enabled to furnish our store with a superior stock, and wo cannot be undersold by any one. We hate the means to sell chetp, and re determined to do tt at SMITH fc UEALL'S, No. 301 Seventh street, nor 21 dtjanl Near K street. 10,000 w 20,000 " an; to,iwo ( ss 10,000 ssj; 9(1,000 " 30 10,000 " 31 60,OU0 " 33 WASHINGTON, gPKQj At. H.OTiqT!.. DR. M. VELLNY'S Private Hospltsl, In the Federal Block, corner of Seventh' and F streets, opposite tho Post and Patent Offices. Room S3 snd,34, np stairs, Washington, D. C. , All diseases of a private nature treated In the mos. scientific manner, and radical cures ef fected In all cases. HYPH1LXT10 AFFEC TIONS, aoXORlUt(EA, atEKT,STniOT. VliES, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, or tho result of JOLtTTTOOVS DHEAilS,iot any weak ness of the OENERATIYEOXOANSfimm any causa whatever, or how long standing, thor oughly and radically cured; also (lOUT, MtEVXATISM, NEURALGIA, and other CJino.VW DISEASES of tlfERVES, MUS CLES, HONES and JOINTS! SCBOFULA. MLOTOIIES on iltf PACll, ERUPTIONSoa iho .JfZWand BOOT, and all other EHUP- TIYE DISEASES and DISEASES of the BLOOD, from nhatntr cww they may hai arhen. APFl-IOI'KU ANI UNKOItTUNATE I No matter what your disease, let no false del Icacy prevent you from applying Immediately to Dr. Vellny, who Is acknowledged to be by far the most SUCCESSFUL PHYSICIAN In th treatment of private diseases. Fear not to come and make known your misfortunes, and he will Bpeedlly send you on your way rejoicing. 8i:i FAIIUSK, That dreadful scourgo of the young, Indulged In when alone, destroys the generstlve organs, unfit you for married life,' producing wetkness of tho back and limbs, loss of anima tion and muscular power, palpitation of the heart, nervous lrrltsblllty, loss of memory, mel ancholy habits, Insanity, consumption, and death. YOUNG MAN I In view of the dreadful con sequences of delay, do not full to make your case known, Immediately, to Dr. Vellny. Your secrets with him are sacred, and you may con fidently rely upon his medical skill. Thousands whose systems were shattered and who wero on the brink of, the grave, have been brought back to vigorous health by his skilful treatment. MAI.IUAOK. Married persons, or those contemplating matrimony, who suspect themselves of Impo tency, seminal weakness, or any disease arising from a relaxed state of tho genital organs, whether the result of disease,' Injury, youthful Indiscretions, or Indulgence of tho paaslons In riper years, are earnestly entreated! to place themselves underline care of Dr. V. Thenay rely with certainty upon a speedy cure, and up on being restored to full health and vigor. lie treats with entire success all diseases of females, snehas LEUCORRIIKAor WlflTES, LAPSUS UTERI, Ac, xc, and In every rasa guarantees a perfect CURE. EE3 moderate, and VISITS and COMMU NICATIONS strictly PRIVATE and CONFI DENTIAL. Pkbsoits calling aee no one but the Doctor. Those at a distance may be txutid by mail, by sending a STATEMENT of CASE, Ac, Ac. Jya-uv EDUCATIONAL. G CORQETOWNFEMKU SEMINARY I Mill HAKDOVCn'S. A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, 131 West Street. The duties of this Instltutlonwlllbe resumed on thsi 8th of September. Circulars maybe obtained at the principal book-stores In Washington, or by addressing the principal. auglW TTfcStJiu M.J. HARKOVFR. CIRCLE INSTITUTE, FOR YOUNU 1AD1KS, No. 01 K Street Ncam the, Circle. TERMS, per Quarter of ten weeks Quarter commencing at the date of admission t Elementary Classes In English $6 UQ Advanced Classes In English Literature and Science included 9 00 Elementary Classes In English, French, and Muslo 13 oo Advanced Classes in English, French and Muslo ------ 16 00 Extra charge for Spanish, German, Italian, Latin, and other Languages. Dr. ZAPPONE will give Lectures, and otherwise assist, wheneier he can spare time from his medi cal profession. ot) S MRS. A. ZAPPONE, Principal. IAIRVIEW HOARDING SCHOOL, - NORRISTOWN, PENNA. IUR YOUXQ MEX AND DOYX. Board and Tuition, 140 per term, of ten months. Pupils admitted at any time. Jieftrencet Henry Janney, .118 peunsj lvanla avenue. Dr. T ion. Drurrist. Ninth and L streets. John H sunburst, Four-and-a-half street, near F street souin. Joshua New bold, Quartermaster's Department, Alexandria, Virginia. blORGE A. NEWBOLD. no 4 lut Principal. "pit OF. ALRXANDKR WOE.OWBUI, PIANIST, VOCALIST, AND VOMPOSElt, Has returned from his professional tour, and, by request of his numerous friends and pupils, opened idttuDlls.onened a iQurse for the Piano and Moglng, b) his newjtnd simplified method, lu Washington, on the ITth No vember, isttt. B) Prof. Wolowskl's sj stem a person hat lng only a slight knowledge of muslo will be enabled, in a ery short time, to read musle with great facillt), and execute operatic as well as classical muslo with rare perfection. As to the ocal part, by his way of ocallzatlon, he arrives at most extraordinary results, renders the olco powerful, and enables the singer to vo calize with facility, accuracy, and- line quality of tone. Ladles' and Gentlemen's Evening Singing Classes are opened at 6 o'clock p. m , when Prof. Wolowskl will also explain the full theory of muslo and read ing by his n)steu Tho subscribers to this class are accepted only till the 1st or December, 1863. Prof. WolowskireceUeslslters dally from 10 to 13 a. m , at his residence, No. 464 Tenth street. not ttt im "IALI AJVO AVINTKll UOOLW. militatiy'and civilian. WALL, STEPHENS h. CO , are now opening their Fall and Winter Goods, embracing tine Dress Coats, Doeskin Pants, Vests, fcc. A large and well selected stock or tine heat) Otercoats We hate also a complete assortment of Business Suits, mado In the most durable manner. Officers will find our Military Goods desirous to their wants. Heavy Woollen Blankets, for camp me at reasonable prices. 4VALL, STEPHENS ft. CO , lii'4 Pennsylvania avenue, between ocai dtf Ninth and Tenth streets. COO dox. Hermetically Sealed Goods, consisting or is l-rui law ruin, lura) i a, artjciauiea, ricaies, MO, just received and for sale at New York, market prices at nu i 03THEIM BROTHERS. JD. C;, SATURDApNOVEMBER 22, 1862. jr-.xlx CRBAalWy'ltV The undersigned hss the pleeaairaafltafcrmlag the cltltena of Wathlogton and tte liar, that he baa been appotntel sole Agent tm Ihe Mlebrsted .1 A Jl UHKAM ALE AND fUKTEIl. 'SI M The superiority oil hi. Ale Is so well aaawa thst the demand lot It haa been rapidly tswreassav since Its Introduction tntoithls ctly. H ts already used by a large number of private UmlHrsIn Iks iS.lrlct oiColumbia. i xxx citEAirjJ.Lr. U brewed expressly ror family rasa e4 contains none or the deleterious sobstaoete widen are so frequently Introduced Into the meaaaactara ol Alt i inner to assist fermentation. y ut XXX OREAMACX t It p.rtlcuUrljr recommends a MUdtowtU m pltMtnt tOOto. , ,) rjL.4 To pri odi iufffcrin from the Iom ofamatlt the XXX Crean AtliliiVAlubIM a joM icmis b.e tlmula.iit.sivliiff healthy ftMf rlfortai action to th stomach. r J tM xxx cnxAxrAbxT I Mffhlr recommcmietl by tho Patmltr of niladrl phi antl by the principal phy.lcUsjO(jW.Wiliiff XXX OHEAM ALX U DUt UD In nint and Quart hottlM and .mall kftra. forfmllyu.,afldU delivered to any part or the city, free or charger i u alio tha rtott aperior qui allty or Bottled Cider. I -s. ircjiiuiijiiijt, 463 and 4M (Wreath street, B-JWtntat, ppfoam, P. p. N. B. XXX Ala and finndarLn-n. .! ah draughtat 4&a and 04 SeyenTh tf nt, JtosMtht. . lu, M t.U , NO MOnK APPnOPRIATB WUUfMT can b made to a SolUr Dm a rrotoctor against Camp Sic lines i, , $ bi1 Dr. J). Jfrans Patent Abdominal WmrpvHtr 'mtd Medicated Safeguard, tt "Momey Mt Attachment, Isat once lijiW, timple, cAca-, cottfvrim&.ntUmA rtllaUe, actinic not only as a rtme4v rot dleta, but also aa a preventive, ft la eodoiaed by the Idchtst authority In the land. Among the eminent practi tioners who have examined and apprornt It mdV clnal properties are Surrron General Hammond, U. 8. A i Surgeon General I)alet of Mass Ur. HaU, of lull's Journal of Health) Dr. John Ware, of Boetoni Drs. Bellows and Mott, of New lorki Dr. I. I, Hayes, and all the Medical Faculty oC H4.aAlphU who have e&amlned Its merits. The Salespuard Is composed of Red Flannel, Medicated Cotton: being placed between two thicknesses olflasmel andquUt" ed In small diamonds. The laatia fastaalngv, and whalebone are arranged so aa to prevent Um Safe guard from wrinkling or rolling up. or girting out otplace when the wearer Is la norM. Ks Money Belt Attachment Is made or flaw ttttaproof rubber cloth, stamped with a patriots dertee, nod nffbrds a safe and convenient receptacle lot the soldier's bills and private papers. " , Pr.oe according to site aadttaithl Ncl, ft! not Sent by mall or eapreaa on receipt of the price - .. ".T' " v nil iiuitswr, u ht uui-w no.,,1, SBO at.) No. , iw-ris, 11U. , (V Will SB, O-None graulne ualese stamped Dr. D, IVANS. Liberal commissions aUowad afawt sad persons urscnw.v. circulars maisaa near 4 luiuiuig vmwa. , Send orders to G. O. EVAJfl a CO., ARCnts for th Ualted states. No. 3 CHESTNUT Mret, nilsSMpUai No. lis BHOADHHr, New Yorki ft. mwXsulxaTOK kwi, uostoni in wasui jrurujs f mvuMll Washington, ill.n fn iil.lii IiiwbihssS H ere In Mllltsry Goods r .-' j 'Trl PAHTICVLAU NOTtCC.-OtO. a.WAHi, eon tlnues. ss heretofore, to (Ul ail orders for Books published In th. United Stassa, sa neMptoftlw Send all Book orders to i" 1J." OEOROEO.'EVANt, Mi insai - i st ii i -- - iw. vera. avaBOBAWBfa (invi, nor . eteod ' Wltanetphls W T I K B ft ,43 0(0 E Provisions, Hams, Dried Wf, Beer Tongues, Cheese, r English Pickles. Chow Chow,' etc. t- Lester's Wine Bitters, 5 Old Brandies, ; ' Madeira, Sherry and Fori Wines, (UliSUUl UUi, 'V Lemon. Glnjrer and RASDberi 1 JUspberrr yrupi r.rU.f frup. ciisunptscue wines, Assorted Preserves, Mjr 7 jeuies. Old Whiskies, a large stock lVLsee, An assortment Catsups, Canned Fruits, Potted Meats, Soups, Condeoaed IfUk. Cigars and Smoking Tobacco, Brandy Cherries, r e London Porter and Scotch Alelr 9Forsaleby WV NORRIS, CALWXLK, h CO., 311 Pennayl uli avenue. Opposite waardV Hotel. nor to 1m rMBACCOAND BEQAR WMIellfCWB WILLIAM OBOIIB WHOLESALE AMD BET A It MA US IM TOBACCO m SEQAHS,an4 NEKMHAVM P1PKS, Corner of Jtnneylpanta wtenMt ami Birth ., WASHINGTON. JX a Having recently enlarged my pie) of tmslness, I Drepan lngtoa the best brands of Tobaeoo nod Becars. at wholesale or retalL cheaoer than eaa b bnuffht tiignucrsui in siijt 1 it LA FAfORITA BVENO, ELEOANTEXSti LA TU80A, FLQ&DXMATO. , LA.XSPINOLA. Are excellent brands, and everyover of good Se Kars are to test them. r" Also, Smoking Tobacco of all 'kinds, wholesale auurciau. WILLIAM OROSSE, Dov 20 Im Cor. Penn.-are. aa4 Sixth at, NOTICE. JUDOE ADVOf AVE Orrirr Washington City, D. C. Nor. 1A, 18CJ. Applications having been made by1sdlcs,togo to their friends and families In the South, notlcels hereby git en that all applicants awst make a writ ten statement to this offlee, verified by oath, le- setting forth r"' First, The name, age, and residence of the appli cant, i Second. The date when she cam within th mil itary lines of the United States, for what purpose, and where she has since resided. Third. The place she desires to go to, and the iuiiiuc vi vujrvi liixinii. TiieDeraoni to whom leave mav be i be sent with aultable eseort from WaAhinrtrn tn the United States lines In Virginia, with' such per- iuui4 cure i atiitaii ifss miuncu u ) no person wiu w auuwru iu taae more man one irunic or pacxage oi reinaie wearing apparel, weigh ing not ot er one hundred pounds, aad subject to in spectloni and any attempt or rttbrt X6 imunle con- traband property will forfeit the same, and suljevt aits 1bbi tu iiuni.uuiuTut wiu ig tm,wf asT. L. C. TURNFR, dov 11 Alsjor and iiid-. Adroostv JAV COOKE At, CO., No. 4S Kin.tath sttrast, tleslrrs la aOVERNMKNT BONDS, IREASUHY NOTES, AND CCRTIFICATFS, AHMY AND NAVY BILLS, i '""1 CUIN, CURRKNCY AND JtXOHANGK, Highest prlc. paid for GOLD. SILVF.K, AND OLD DEMAND NOTES. oct aa im rpllH IB TO 1VK NOTICE, That the sub- X scriber has obtained from the Orphana' Court of Washington county. In th District pf Colun.bls, letters of administration on the personal estate of Nicholas Snyder, late of Washington county, de ceased All persons having claims against the said deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the eighteenth day of November next) ihry may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Gl eo under my hand this 18th day of November, A D. I8U SARAH IVNDtlL nov 18 iaw3w Administratrix, OAK HAM. OL.OTUINU IIOOM, No 4W. Seventh street, below F, 1 he subscriber lakes great pleasure n announc ing to his old Friends and Customers, that he has opened a new store at No. 464 Seventh street, nesr F, whK rbe has a line, selected stock of Clothing IirM4and Boys' wear, which they listejust re ceived from tbe North, and offers them for sale at the lowest Northern prices. l J. BRUCE a CO, iep 38 im Clothiers, 444 Serenth street. O T II ff. IM II lH T II K H h , OHTII K I M l ( o T KR8, aeri Pennsylvania avenue, " PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, HSS PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Brsaoh of M SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK, OT SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK, Importers of CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES, CTIOICE BRANDrES AND W1NK8, CIIOIOE BRANDIES AND WINES, CnOICE BRANDIES AND WINES, And wbolctala dealcrB la RTE AND BOURBON WIIISKIE8, RYE AND BOURBO WHISKIES, Aa well as every vsrietjr of LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac, LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac, LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac, And tbe tost brsnds of GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS, GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS. We also oner for sale a complete assortment of HERMETICALLY SEALED FRUITS, MEATS, ., HERMETICALLTSEALED FRUITS, MEATS, fcc, HERMETICALLY SEALED FRUITS, MEATS, fcc., Espres.ljr put up for camp use. BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET, BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET, SH LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES, ;5C WEST NEW YORK PRICES, WEST NEW YORK PRICES. PENNSYLVANIA AVEXUB, 903 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. B.w..b Mlmtk uad T.ath stnats. Oct rp E A s I J. T E A S I I 8PIOE8I TEA..., v GROUND OOFFEEBt! TOUACCOSIII A large Inrotee oT the above article, are now being received, and for tale by a J. BROWN, t Commission Broker, No. 8. Washington Building, Seventh street and Pena. avenue. SUTLERS TAKE NOTICE! Teaa in X pound packs. Teas In , 8, 10, 12, II, 18 and 90 pound boxes. Canned Tomatoes in Sdoxen boxes. Canoed Peaches In S dozen boxes. Pickles In 3 doien boxes. Gum Drops In X pound papers. Gum Drops In 6 pound boxes. Raisins In boxes and X boxes. Pepper la 9 ounce papers and In I gross boxes. English Mustard In V pound papers and cans. English Mustard In H and 1 gross boxes. Preserved Cherries In bottles. Figs In i)i pound drums and I pound boxes. Lemon Syrup In bottles. PLUG TOBACCO, FINE-CUT TOBACCO, CIGARS. For sale by D. J. BROWN, No. 8, Washington Building, Seventh street and Penn. avenue, Washington, D. C. no 8 TVO THE OFFICERS OF TUB ARMY. Suit arrive J, by direct Importation per steamer Fulton, from Europe, a very fine and large assort' ment of Marine, Opera, Field Glasses, and Tele scopes, which I will sell a very little above the cost in Paris. Aa to the Qualities, there are none superior to be had, having been selected purposely for this market. Also, a large and well-assorted stock of Opera Glasses, Microscopes gold, sllrer, and steel Spectacles and Eye Glasses, suited to the sight by the use of an Optometer. A considerable number of certificates to be seen at my office, from gentlemen who have been suited at my establish' ment. 425 Penntylvanla avenue, between Eour-and-a- half and Mrth ttreets. My .Establishment la up stairs. Glassei fitted to $uit. Tho trade supplied. Oct 10-ly APPLICATIONS for Duplicate L,aud AVarrauts. AppllcattonhartngbeenmadeundertheactofSSd June, I860, for the reissue of the Land Warrants described herein, which are alleged to hare been lost or destroyed, notice Is hereby git en that, at the date fallowing the description of each warrant, a new certificate of like tenor will be Issued If no valid objection should then aooear. No. 66, 163, for 160 acres, Issued under the act of March. 1880, in the name of Rachel, widow of Thos. Meredith, and was granted March 2, 1868 Decem ber 6, 1883. No. M.708, for 130-acres, Issued under the act of was rranted SeDtembcr 17. 166TJenuarr 4. 1863. No. 83.464, for 160 acres, Issued under the act of March, 1858, In the names of the minor children of Daniel F. MoCune, deceased, and was granted Oct. i. aOWVBUlUBf J , IBW. No. 100,847, for 160 acres, issued under the act of March 1808, In the name of Ansel Allen, and was ranted March 12, 1863 January 18. 1863. No. 100,360, for 100 acres, Issued under the act ot March, 1843, in the name of Rachel, widow of Geo. Harner, and was granted Januarr , 1883 February JOSKP1I H. BARRETT, Commissioner. lirATEII NOTICE. In conical the General Reservoir it will be necessarv. unless great economy of water is practiced, for the (joV eminent soon to shut off the supply to citizens en urcir. All persons are, therrfore Yorbldden to use the h)drauts on Pennsylvania avenue, or on any streets or avenues under the care and supervision of the Commissioner of Public Bulldlnrs. for watti-lnr tha streets or pavements, or for any private purpose whatever. And all persons using the water are urgently so licited to be as economical in its nse as possible. B. B. FRENCH, sep 30 Commissioner of Publlo Buildings. ftOO.000 Domestio Segars, conslatior of Seed and & Seed and Havana of the best qutlft) , put up In Usual uriirniur ijitra, ur mmiv at unuauauy tow no 13 OSTUEIM BROTHERS 100,000 Imported Havana Segars, comprising the choicest brands in the market, lust retired and i iur biiis at 1 no 12 OSTHIIM BROTHERS. NO. 309: PROSPECTUS Or THE WEEKLT NATIONAL, REPUBLICAN. The undesigned commenced, la the month of December. 1800. the publication, In this city, of a weekly newspaper, called the National Re- publican It Is printed on a large sheet, twenty-seven by forty-two Inches, and Is furnished at the low prices aUted below. It contains all the original matter of the Daily National Republican, with the exception of local, news not Interesting to country sub scribers. It will gtre fall report of the proceedings of Congress, end of the other Departments of the National Oorernment. It contains all the news of the day. foreign and domestic, markets. &c tc, a 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 mado to establish the charac ter of the National Republican 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 the war for the Union. In politics, the paper Is Republican, sustain ing the Administration of Mr. Lincoln. There Is no other Republican paper In the Ulstrlct of Colombia, or ro the vicinity of It. and It Is believed that recent events bare opened to such a paper an Important sphere of useful effort. The time has come, when the actual administration of the Government upon Repub lican principles will explode tho misrepresen tations which havo made those principles so dlstateful to the South. But it Is not only here, and In this vicinity. that the projectors of tho National Republican hope to make It useful. To tho whole country they offer a Jonrnal which will discuss national politics from a national stand-point, and which will never bo swerved from patriotic duty by any overpowering pressure of local Interest TERM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year .... $3.00 Three copies, one year ... 6.00 Five copies, one year 7.00 Ten copies, one year .... 13.00 Twenty copies, one year ... 20.00 One copy, six months - 1.00 Three copies, alz months ... 2.50 Five copies, six months ... 3.00 Ten copies, six months ... 0.00 Twenty copies, six months ... 10.00 Paymenta always In advance. When m Clab of subscribers has been forward ed, additions may be made to It on the same terms. It la not necessary that tho subscribers to a Club should receive their papers at the same post office. Money maybe forwarded by mall, at our risk. Largeamounta can be remitted In Treasury notes, or drafts on Boston, New York, Philadel phia, or Baltimore, smaller amounts tn gold, or In notes of solvent banks. Address W. J. MURTAGn & CO., Washington, D. C. 07 Tux Dailt National Republican Is published every morning, (8undsys excepted,) at the following rates: One copy, one year .... 13.50 Fire copies, one year .... 15.00 One copy, sir. m&ntbs - 1.75 Fire copies, six months ... 7.&0 One copy, three months ... 1.00 eye and ear, dkaTness. alMPAISED SIOIIT. FSbl8E8 IN TIIE HEAD. ' ttf A flections of the TIIKOAT. DISEASES OF THE AIR PASSAGES. CATARRH "PULMONARY. These mslsdles ar. exclualrelv and aueoea.fullr .rc.ic. wjr un. tun Muavjiisa.n, OCVLIST AND AVBItT, 377 Penn. arenue, opp. WUlards. ty- Numerous Testlmonlala can be examined at ui. uuwe. ,,uiu .nit,,, ui n muiu.,vu. aj-AM surgical operations io restore hiuht sou na.AHir.u periormeu. nor lu im" XT O T I C E 1 TO THE PUBLIC IN OFNEIIAL QOSLINO IKSrAUBAHT X A A a k !ft PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, SOUTH SIDE, (Formerly of New York,) Haa the Name and Fame of being one of THE REST RESTAURANTS IN TOWN, KtCve us a trial, and Judge Cor yourstlf.-fc F.erythUis; In th Houm It of tha BKBT TIIE'MAKRET AFFORDS, Don't tors! the numUcr, JI4T Penuajrlvanlaairiiue, between Twelfth and thirteenth st recti. mar 10 South side. N E W INVENTION ARTIFICIAL CLEOPLASTIC BONK TEETH, without metal plate or claips, by DR. S. B. 8IQEBMOND. QIO Broadway, New York, and S60 Penn, at enue, uctweru iwruuiuui ininecnin ) . WABan-aTON, d. c. Calls the atlentlon of the public to the following advantages of his ltiiDroved svitemi lit. The teeth of hit manufacture will never cor rode nor change color by any aclJi, and are three- lourini iignier man any omer. Sd. No teeth nor roots need be extracted, at thu artlflelal ones can be laierted over them. Sd. The rootc will be made Inoflentlve and ne er to ache. ith. No temoorarv teeth are needed, aa Dernianent ones can be made Immediately, thereby preserving the natural exprettlon of the face, which, under the old system, It frequently dUtlgured. 6th. Thlt work hai been fullr letted, for ovar flva years, by many of the first chemists and physicians of this and the old country. Dr, 8. hat also Indented a white Indestructible metal filling, with which the most sensitive teeth can be tilled without pain, and can build up a per feet sound tooth on any side roots, which will last laruugii uiB'iuiv. He refers to the following gentlemen: Dr. V.Mott) vr, uoreinut, rruietsor oi tnemisiryi non. a. Mann, Jun. Capt. Crabtree. Vice President of the Emigration Company of New Yorkt Hon. Judge Va)ne, of the Supreme Court, of Washington, l. v i ana iuuuiioui or omen. Call and examine for J ourseh es. nov Mm CAMP STOVES I PAMPSTOVKall CAMPSTUVESttl We are now manufacturlnd CAMP, COOK and HEATING STOVES, which we will tell by the dozen or hundred as cheap as they can be bourbt In Baltimore, u. it. a. n. i. u hi- uuh , ov 19 31 Penn. avenue, near 7th street vs1bbbbbbbbbi nil RATES OV ADVHBtTlRINa. On. square, thfed data . '. . X . ' . (1.00 Ona sqnlre, four day --.... 1.31 Ona square, Are dajs ....... 1,60 Ona aqnara, alx daja - t - - r - - 1.75 Irerr other day adTert.semenuK fifty per cent, additional, OnceaweekadT(rtlsnnn)trchargd atnnr for each Insertion. light lines or leas constitute a sqnsre. AdrertlsemnUe should be handed In br nine o'clock p. m. QPBKH'S SAMBUCI WINS. ruac, and roust rfcaas out, OF OnoiOE orOBTO QRAPE, FOR PHTSICIANS USE, , , For FemaUl, Mtakty Jrtoni, and Jnvolidt. , ,. If. Every family, at this season, should use the SAMBUCI WINE. Celebrated In Europe for Its medicinal and benefi cial qualities as a gentle Stimulant, Tonic, Diuretic, and Sudorific, highly esteemed by eminent physi cians, used in Furopean and American Hospitals. iipu ur iom oi me nrsc lamuies.in Kuroiw ana America. AS A TONIC. It has no equsl, causing an appetite and building up the system, being entirely a pure wine of a moat raluable fruit. AS A DIURETIC, It Imparts a healthy action of the Glands and Kid neys, and Urinary Organs.Tery beneficial in Dropsy Gout, and Rheumatic elections. S PEER'S WINE Is not a mixture or manufactured article, but Is pure, from the Juice of the Portugal sambucut grape, cultivated In New Jersey, recommended by Chemists and rhyslclsns as possessing medical pro pert lee superior to any other Wines la use, and an excellent article for all weak and debilitated per sons and the ared and Infirm, Improving the appe tite ana oeneating I sales and children. A LADIES' WINE, Because It will not Intoxicate as other wines, ss It contains no mixture of spirits or other liquors, eni is Mimimi lor in ncn, peculiar nat or, anu nuinuve properties, imparting a healthy tone to the digest Ire. organs, and a blooming, soft, and healthy skin and complexion. WE REFER TO A few well-known rent lemon and nht-ilrUna tjrhn JlatVB sricu ii v win ci Gen.Wlnflel I Scott.U.S A. Dr.WUson.llth St., N.Y. Dr. Ward, Newark, N. J. Dr.Dougberty.Newark N.J. Dr. Marcy, New York. Gov. Morgs li, N.Y. State. Dr.J.R.ChlltJB.N.Y.Clty. Dr. Parker N.Y.Cltr. vn. uarcynHicnoii.new ara,rii vr. raisi, rnuaaa. t"None srenulne without tha strnatup nfAT. FRED 8 PEER. Passaic. N. J. ' U nree th mi-lr nt each bottle - ... .- uHAavE OnK rjirAis ur nits mm I or sale br irugglsts and all flrstlaia Dealers. A. SPEER. Proprietor. i iicva an Passaic, New Jersey. OrriCE 208 Broadway, New York. JOHN LA FOY, Paris, nov ly Agent for France and Germany. S PECIAL NOTICE. TO THE CITIZENS OF WASHINGTON, OFFICERS OF THE ARMY AND NAVY, ODEON HALL, The old and established EmTaariutn of Clothlnr. that has, for to many years, supplied the cltlsens oi nuniDnuo anu vinniiy who, au inat is es- seniiai lor me eiegance ana comiorc oi ine outer nan. it now suppuea wim me non eompieie ana fashionable stock that we have ever had the pleas ure to offer. COATS, PANTS, and VESTS or the mott desira ble styles that could be found In the market. Our assortment of SHIRT 8, DRAWERS. HOSIERY, GLOVES, hx , cannot be surpassed and will be sold at prices that do not allow of compe tition. LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVERCOATS. LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVERCOATS LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVERCOATS LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS. LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS. LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS. LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS. LARGE STOCK M1UTARY PANTS. LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS. LARGE STOCK MILITARY VESTS. LARGE STOCK MILITARY VESTS. LARGE 8TOCK MILITARY LSTS. INDIA RUDDER GOODS OF ALL DF SCRIP- TIONS. VALISES, CARPET-BAGS, c. Our stock of BOYS and YOUTHS CLOTHING Is the largest and moat fashionable that has ever hn nffarcd In this eltv. and at the lowest crieea they can possibly be obtained In this city. E- Call and lee us at ODEON HALL, corner A street and Pennsylvania avenue, the Great Cloth ing man oi wasningronciiy. nov l every mes, i nan, oat JVT TRY OUR NEW STOCK tOP Clothing from the People's Clothing store, No, 460 Seventh street, near F. They out-wear any thing you can buy and they are sold so cheap at si. II. DPlljn 3, No. -160 Bn f nth street, nesr F. I would advise all to come and bur their Clothlnr at SMITH'S, No. 4o Serenth street. Ilrnuare wlserou wilt come to BM ITU'S. No. 460 Serenth street, near F. opposite City Post Of fice, to buy your Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Truoki, Hats, and Caps. Th PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORE. No. 4t Seventh street, Is the best place In town to buy jour Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Hats, and Caps. J. H. SMITH At CO, Clothiers, 460 sevemn sireei. Call soon and see our new stock of Fall and Win ter Clothing, which we are selling at very low pri ces, at the PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORE, No. 400 Seventh street, nesr F, Great attractions at No. 460 Seventh street. New stock of Clothing Just arrived, and selling at our usual low prices. J. H. SMITH ftt CO , Clothiers, No. 4W Seventh street, and corner Twentieth street and Penn. arenue. Great bargains In Clothing, Furalahlng Goods, lUti. Cant. Boots, and bhoes. on tbe ooroer ol Twentieth street and Penn. avenue. RM1T1I h. CO . Clothiers. First ward. oor. Twen tieth street and Pennsylvania avenue, ta the cheap est place in town to buy jour au ana wtnier Clothing. Call at tbe First Ward Clothing store and get your Fall and Winter Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes SMITH A CO , Clothiers, Oor, Twentieth street and Penn. a r, FIRST WARD CLOTHING HOUSE, corner of Twentieth itreet and Pennsylvania avenue. You can buy your Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes cheap, corner of Twentieth street and Pennsylvania avenue, sep So--m milOMAS E. IaaUOYli, ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMANTS, AND AOKNT FOR PHOCTK1NU Bounty Lands, Penile us, Arrears of Pay, Extra Psy, c , WASHINGTON, D. C Will give prompt and .Helen t attention to the proacutlon of Claims of every description against the Government, and make no charge unless sue- Bot Preferences and charges for services will be msdesr.tlifa.otor) E Pensions secured for soldiers wounded or dis eased during the existing war) also, for the widows and orphans of soldiers w ho have died from wounds or disease incurred while In the United States ser vice! also. Bounty Money for the helrs4nlaw ol soldiers deceased during the existing wsr. Fees divided with attorneys or other persons for warding business. The li.gl.est prices paid for Land Warrants. Address THOMAS E. LLOYD. Attorney for Claimants, No.4Te Seventh street, Washington, D. C. w n iMititH nfmiwr mihliahlas' the above card will be entitled to my senlcei to the amount ot ireir enarges. . dec-ID w a MZIZZAM2&irt2JWG? i j "rseamm-K'j '' E f0rTaiaaBa g-w & 1 i!law!aaaHlaV C SBBaQaBBBBBBBBlKaBaBS .,..--.