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WASHINGTON, D. C-., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1862. :
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AM I "' I1 1 I 11
From the Co.ttnruial Monthly.
iiT oiin a, wicour, ESQ.
In the Mark terror-night,
On yon mlst-.hro.ded hill,
Slowly, with footstep light,
Stealthy, and prim, and still,
Like ghost In vudlog sheet
Risen at midnight bell,
Otct his lonely beat
Marchea the sentinel I
In storm-defying cloak
Ilahd on MS trnsty gun
Heart, like a heart of oak i
Bpeaks bnt the challenge-shout,
All rocs without the line,
Heeds hut, to solro tho doubt,
Watchword and countersign.
Camp-ward, the watchflrct gleam
Beacon-llko In tho gloomi
Round them his comrades dream
Pictures of youth and home.
While In his heart the bright
Hope-Orea shine everywhere-,
In lore', enchanting light
Memory lies dreaming there.
Faint, through the silence come
from tho rocs' grim array,
Growl of Impatient drum
Eager for morrow's frayi
Echo of song and snout,
Curse and carousal glee, ,
At In a fiendish rout
Demons at rcrelry. .
Close, In the gloomy shsde
Sanger lurks erer nigh
Grasping his dagger-hlado
Crouches th assassin spyi
Shrinks at the guardman'a tread,
Quails 'fore his gloaming eyes,
Creeps back with baffled hate,
Cursing his cowardice.
Naught can bcgullo his bold,
E'en In the nreflame, old
Visions unheeded dance.
Fearless of lurking spy,
Scornful of wassall-ewell,
With an undaunted eye
Marches the sentinel.
Low, to his trnsty gun
Eagerly whispers he,
"Walt; wltK the. morning sun
March we to victory.
Fools, Into Satan'a clutch
Leaping ere dawn of dayt
' lie who would fight must watch,
Ho who would win must pray.'
Fray I for tho night hath wtngs)
Watch I for the foe Is near;
March I till tho morning brings
Famc-wrcath or soldier's Mir.
So shsll tho poet write, '
When all hath ended well,
'Thus through the nation's night
Marched Freedom's sentinel.'
MB. BUSTEKD AT FANKUILi HALL.
Wo haro received a copy of a speech delivered
at Fancull Hall, Oct. 31, hy Hon. Klchard Bus-
tccd. of New York. It Is upon tho political
crisis, and la full of good t hints. Wo have
only room for a single extract.
" The chief cauao of com plaint made azalutt
the President, Is his emancipation proclama
tlon. It Is almost ludicrous to witness the
contortions and consternation which this act
has produced among traitors and their alUca,
everywhere. In one and the same breath, It la
f proclaimed a harmless thunderbolt, and an un
"' hrlsllau and savage means of overcoming an
enemy. Now It Is vox et pratcrea nihil, and
now It Is a sword, and a fire, and a proposal for
the horrors of a St. Domingo Insurrection. To
day, the Richmond and Charleston papers ro
gard it ' a trifle light as air to-morrow, the
name Journals vent columns of hate and fury
und abuse upon Its author, and nrtjnro him, In
the language of Othello
Never pray rnorej abandon all remorse,
,, On horrors head horrors acoiniulntei
Do deeds to raako heat en weep, nil earth mnsze.lt
For nothing canst thou to damnation add
Greater than that.'
Where Is Mr. Lincoln's conttdutional author
u to Issue such a proclamation 1 ask tho ad
vocates of dishonorable peace. Where, I ask,
In answer, Is tho constitutional authority for
this slaveholders' war upon the country T The
Constitution did not and could not provide for
every possible condition in tbo future of the
Republic It did not anticipate that tho thing
It gave protection to would make v. ar upon tho
Ufa of Its protector. In framing a written codo
for government, much mast necessarily bo left
to rational implication, and much moro to an
absorbing subsequent necessity If it arises. It
sometimes happens, that to extinguish a con
dagratlon you must tight fire with lire, the or
dinary atrencles are insufficient for tho emer
gency, and to savo the building or tho town
I'rom being a smouldering ruin, you must do
something else than put on water. It la not
often necessary or always wise to resort to CX-
ircinu currvemu ur iriaiuiu aiii-aourviia 11,
however, tha desired end can only be Bccured
by tho use of such Instrumentalities, It is weak
ness, If not worse than weakness, not to cm
Auoihtr Report of lie be 1 Irou-clail.
A correspondent Informs us, on tho authority
of a person who has bad the means of obtain
ing correct Information, having been employed
until within a few days in tho rebel Navy De
partment at Richmond, that on a day of last
week a corps of engineers was sent down from
tho rebel eapltal to examine tho condition of
the stone blockade in tho James river, near
Fort Darling, to ascertain whether there was
room to get out tho rebel fleet. It was found that
the channel was but sixteen feet wldei and the
i ngtneer officer reported that ho would require
from six to soven w ccks to widen It sufficiently
to allow of the passage of tho rebel Iron-clads,
It Is asserted that there are two lronolads at
Richmond now complete tho Merrlmac No. 2
aud the Richmond; one of these Is said to have
been ready for two months and It Is the Inten
tion of tho rebels to send out with these the
steamer Jamestown and three small tugs, tho
latter carrying a gun each and the Jamestown
It Is asserted by the same person that there
uro now thirty Iron-clads on tho stocks In dif
ferent parts of tho Bouthf and that eight of
tnese aro toinpietcu, namciy, iwoatiucumonu,
two at Charleston, two at Bavauuali, and two
This story Is related by a deserter from the
rebels. It docs not bear the appearance of
train, nut looks moro ilko a report maao up in
. uicnmonci lor enoci on our no, eminent, i ne
' rebels have alwavs found their account la ma
king diversions, and it Is not probable that they
would havo kept an Iron-clad battery Idle at
Richmond for two months when they could
have mado good use of it in the Chesapeake.
When they havo a new Merrlmac ready at any
port, wo shall kuow it probably at once. One
such, If really scatt orthy and shot-proof, might
at any moment lift the blockade of Charleston
or Savannah) and though the success would be
only temporary, It would bo precisely the kind
of exploit which a elirewit military leader woold
lavor, Decaaso 01 ino encouragemeni u wouia
de to the rebels abroad and at home. It Mould
De a kind of Stuart's raid on the v nter.
We gho tho story an It U Pent 40 us, and rec
ommend tho (.ocrnmcnt. whllo It liastena for
ward Ita prenaratlona to nttack the rebel ports,
ot the aamotlmotn keen Ita ej eon tho deserter
from Richmond. ,V, J . IViWwj Post,
(Ies, Wahd, Mandarin of tho Clducio Kiu
plre, orlglnatly a Yankee sailor! has ordered
three gunboats at New York for tbe Chinese
government. Tha flret, called Dal-Chlng. has
fust been launched.
From the N. ' TUnes.,
TUB OflKAT VICTORY -POnTV
Tjerlnulujf f the Fifths The MlMowrt
'"- -- - fs-aj.. I1anr
f tha Democratic Pirtf, smd the Great
Victory of night In Missouri,
ni in niawuri
The Beecitis, Nov., 1SC2.
I slntr. la Trinmnhel Your New York Dem
ocrats think they havo got a victory. There
never was a moro mistaken set of Peoplo since
time began. They havo won a petty skirmish,
and lost a great battle. Their allies of half a
century, who alone gave them any real power
or consequence, have been terribly defeated m
lueir cnosen neia. i uo no mean mo roajoruj
In Congress, (which will bo unequivocally for
tho Administration and overwhelmingly for
tho War,) but I mean tho "victory of Freedom
la Missouri. Nor do I mean that emancipa
tion will be accomplished in a day there. I
mean, we have unmistakably and Irreversibly
the commencement dt la Jin. y
No human power can turn backlhe great tide
of opinion, which Is now sweeping away the bul
warks of slavery It will go on in various
form, and occasional ebbs, till the last vestige
of domestic bondage is swept from America.
I caro nothing for the minor details of tho bat
tle. I was onco as blind aa John Van Daren
seems to be if, as I strongly suspect, his ven
tilations of the swell-mob aro not really a witty
satire on the follies of his party. At any rate,
If he had Intended Ms speeches for Punch, he
could not havo dono them butter.
But. to return. I was once blind enough to
trust that the victories of the Democratic Pro
slavery Party really meant something, and were
to be sorrowed over by the friends of freedom.
I was perplexed, but not In despair. Time has
taturht me better. Providence often clvca tern
norary strength and success to false principles
and corrupt parties, In order that they may the
more certain. v do swepi away uy an nonesi puu-
11c indignation) and It often makes men's scl-
tun interests ;as in Missouri; ino instrument
of a wide and permanent beneficence.
Let ma tell you some facts ( not perhaps re
membered) about this Missouri business.
Missouri was the first territory beyond tho Mis
slsslppl, which applied to be a State but un
happily had a few slaves, and Its proposed con
stitution permitted slavery. You will observe
that up to this lime no new slave Btato had
been admitted, formed out oftncw territory.
Kentucky was a part of Virginia. Tennessee
was a part of North Carolina. Louisiana was
settled territory, coming In under the treaty
with France, with all its local usages. To say
that the wild, unsettled country of Missouri
was a part or Louisiana, was a mere suoicr-
luge. i no reai question was, wnciucnt wbb
rlrrht or expedient to make new slave States
out of new territory. The sagacious, honest
mends or rrecaom m tno nonn, nco nuius
King, John W. Taylor, of Saratoga, Sergeant;
of Pennsylvania, and others, saw clearly that
this was a great battle for human freedom
that, if Missouri had a right to demand ad
mission aa a slave State, so had any new terri
tory which wo might hereafter acquire to the
end of time.
And you now sec Into what prodigious pro
portions that question has loomed upi and
inrougu wnai moou ana buuitiuk no must
wado to its solution I I need not lite particu
lars. Tho Bo nth had then In Congress two
great advantages. Tho equal representation In
the Senate gao them a veto power, and the
Southern Immigration to Illinois and Indiana,
operating on their Senators, gave them, In fact,
a majority there. In tho House, tho majority
was tno oilier way; ni me noma una mo ad
vantage tt-rc. Henry Clay, then u young and
ambitious roan, of commanding talents. ,and
powerful eloquence, was, by hi potttton on the
border line, made a comprotnUer Dy hi exer
tions, the majority In the Senate some eight
or ten members from the jforlli were, by tho
BCductlons of compromise and Mr. Clay, turn
ed round, and tho celebrated Missouri Compro
mise was accomplished. Three of theso men
camo from Connecticut, and wero burned In
efllgy throughout the State) but tho Democratic
i.artv. true to iu lntereais. aia not loncet mem,
They were aRerwarda brought ft.rward Into
public places, and the thrco cw York mem
bers round their way Into tho cmtom-houac,
under tho favor of an administration then, aa
ever since, till now, wholly pro-slavery. Buch
was tho manner of the Missouri Compromise,
which was sowlntf to the wind, and rcaplngtho
Let ur nroccul i Tho work was fulrlv com
pleted In 1831.&.. It was tho bcf;lnnln of tho
second great battle. Thojlrit was on tho Con
stitution. The South w on the nrst In getting a
slao representation. They won tho second by
getting new slave Hlates. nut tney um not win
the second without a verv effective Qnalldcatlon.
Tho valuable territory of tho United States was
In tho Northwest! and that territory camo In as
free States. Ncnco tho battlo raged In a new
Quarter, hut on tha eaine principle. Tho Houth
immediately commenced thedealgn at anpttrinff
tiew territory by purchase and couquett In tbo
South and West, with a view of making new
slave mates, ror a timo iney werounsuspecica,
till Florida, Texas, California, Arltona, nil
were admitted. It Is true that. thev wero dis
appointed Iu California, but that only mado
mem moro ucicrmuicu 10 uciuiru tuun aim ven
tral America. AH means were tried purchase,
conquest, filibustering. For forty )cnra tho
war for tho domlulon of shucry was kept up
Incessantly, although Bomctlincs com calcd from
the publlo cjo. Iu nearly tho wholo of It tho
disciplined band of slavery wero tctorlous
oer tho unorganized militia of freedom.
In this whole time tho Democratic party,
finding that tho South was available to main
tain Its power, no long ns tbo South was per
mitted to pursuo Its coursoof slavery extension,
gradually fell Into tho arms of slavery help
less and corrupt. If the genius and spirit of
tho Democratic party in the time of Jefferson
bo compared u lin wnai is cauca bo now, nu
man history cannot present u stronger contra hi
Interpreted by Jefferson, Democracy was tho
rcm-cscntattvo of tho frcodom and progress of
tbo human mind. Now, what Is It Help
lessly and stupidly attempting to sustain com
promisee with slavery, a system bated, despis
ed and repudiated by tbo ihlllratlouof the In
telligent world i It la literally a servant or ser
vants I Is It strange that, stneo 1840, nearly
thou hole body of men, with free, liberal, en
larged roluds, havo left It V
You can point to dozens of your men of genius
aud eminence Iu Now York, who wero Demo
crats, hut compelled by tho laws of mind to
lcae a thing so foul and so enslaved. This
work Is golug ou, and, notwithstanding auy
temporary successes In local (lections, It Is not
possible for auy body of mm long to sustain
themselves against that overwhelming current
of events which God and nature and man are
pouring against human slavery.
I must hasten on. A ft or forty years of con
stant, unyielding, determined war. aro agalmH
this organized army of Clod, wo havo at last
won a great victory on tho er field where we
lost our first battle! Wo haio won It In Mia
miirl. Kansas la free, and Missouri will be.
and tho border SUitca will follow. I aav this
poBllhcly. Tho Missouri Jtepublkan Mill tell
you nothing con bo douo Just now. True, hut
look at the sign In tho heavens. Hear the thun
der, aa It rolls, Mlsaonil ha elected Jl Emanci
pationisti to congress, ogainsi lour isu.ihktuib.
It Is tho great sign of the da) . I cay ugaln, Jo
A VfcTEKAN OBSKltttK.
Emwiution, From the week.) lepoitof tho
Commissioners of Finlgratlou, mo lcaru that
68,304 emlgrauts ha orrlcd nt tho port of
New York alnee tho 1st of January last. Du
rlugthe same period last jear there wero
. mis.uout, Hueuuiaiiiui. iumors. Jirontmui, iiies
Vikuinia ClTV, Neada.proiH)scfl to eoulrl-' in a week, Typhoid ICTerlu a few Jiis.Iiuhor
hute $20,000 to the Sanitary Coinralsfllou, aud, 1 rh(B op Vh"" Sure cure for mfaU snJ Caa
la order to make tho gift slgnlflcaut of the 1 c"asnetio plaitem and Ointment
place which contributes It, will send It lathe MRS. WREN, Physician
shape of silver bricks. oo 23 lm- 440 K at , bet. (th aud 7th its
Seareltjr of Treasury Jf otvSr
The money article of the ffew York Timtt of
Thursday )iat the following Illustration of, the,
necessity of a largo supply of Treasury notes
asamedlumforthemraensorcclpts and dis
bursements of tho Treasury at this tlmo
"It Is understood that the negotiation at
Washington of 7.30 per cents will be settled for
without employing the transfer of much money,
becauso of , tho advances of last week, whloh are
to bo reimbursed out of tho proceeds of this
loan, uui wncre outsiae takers navo no rela
tions with tho banks which mado these advan
ces, they would probably find It difficult to com
mand United States notes wherewith to make
their settlements, but for the usual spirit of ac
commodation at the Treasury. Tho note con
tlnue very scarce, and a small premium ts of
rerca for Uio smaller denominations to tend to
"The settlements on account of the loan will
fall due at tho Sub-Treasury by the 29th Inst..
Saturday of nexfweekj but some of them have
already taken place, and others, no doubt, will
anticipate mo jasi aay. ine amount paw in
to-day Is about $5,600,000. The Sub-Treasurer
has accommodated tho takers of the loan In
every rcasonabble way that could be suggested.
He has offered to take certified checks upon any
of the associated banks, without reference to the
amount which the bank may hold against the
uovcrnment, ana wo reel authorized to say mat
nothing has been said or done at the Treasury
to-day, and nothing will be done to increase the
demand for or scarcity of U. 8. notes of lenst
tender. In this market. The small premium of
fered for them stows In part out of tho wants
of the Northwest to buy hreadatulTs and pro
visions on bills on New YoTk, drawn against I
mom, ana irom tue bouuiwcsi ror me purcnase
of cotton. In pert direction thm note ar a
favorite currenqt and th demand of th vhot
country for them viil not o antvtrea vHtnoui a
further contideraU Utue by th TrcaiuryS
ScciiETinr Smith. Wo copy tho following
exiract talent from tho letter of a yasblngton
correspondent to ono of our Ohio exchsngcsf and
cordially endorse that part of It which refers to
the eminent odd fitting abilities of Secretary
"Much comment la being mado concerning
the appointment of Secretary Smith a fill the
vacant JadsreshlD In th. U. B. District Court for
tho Btato of Indiana, and his probable succes
sor in tno interior Department, it struces ns it
would bo In much better Isste for telegraph and
other correspondents, to wait till such changes
aro really decided upon before they proceed to
remark and comment.
No member of the Cabinet would bo more
unmistakably missed In Its councils, should he
retire, than Secretary Smith. A mind marked
by a crest common sense and wlao considera
tion, an heart full of true friendship and repub
lican sympathies, and an experience and ac
quaintance with tho varied character, thought
and lmpulso of the peoplo of tho nation, that
direct better than all other qualities, the true
steps to take ana course to pursue, sucn tacui
ties should not be underestimated, la those dars
of fiery trial and fearful responsibilities. Thst
the possessor of Iheso Is not lightly appreciated
by the President, Is a fart patent Id all the Ita
Miusof tho White House.'!
JuhieDavu. Hon. David Davis, for many
years president Judge of tho eighth judicial cir
cuit of Illinois, and now associate justice of the
Supremo Court of tho United, States, tn his re
marks on taking leave of the bar nf Logan
county, said i
"Several of our brethren have risen to. em
inence. Tbe President of tho United Stales,
nnd also that great lawyer, Judge Logan, for
many years practiced with tn. Tho lamented
Douglas was onco tbo prosecuting attorney lu
the counties now forming this circuit) bo was
Gen. McDongall. now n Senator hi Cougres
i rum siiiiurnii. i nu nuuia pinKer. w nu jir .ar u
his llfo for his country, nt Hair Bluflj the
chtvalrlc Hogg, whoso death wo havo so recent
ly mourned; the gallant Ogelsby, distinguished
alike for his service and Bufferings, wore of our
number. My Immediate predecessor, Jndgo
Treat, having adorned tho supremo lcnth of
our State, la now tho dlstrkt Judge for tho
southern district of IlllnoU.
" Ttey attained distinction by the force of
tneir taienta ana cnarncier, nnaiueu ijywcaiin
or Influential connections. How Illustrative
aro their live and fortunes, of tho advantages
aiToiMcd by our free Institutions."
Let our generals resoho to leave no foci. In
their rear, nnd let them carry out this resolu
tion rigidly. This Is a war of fearful magni
tude, bo vast In all Us proportions that tbo pco-
flo cannot turn aside or stop ono moment to
adulgo traitors who have outlaw edthemsehes.
AVe hae been indulgent In tho extreme hereto
fore, and this Indulgenco has cost us millions
of dollars and thousands of lives. The heart's
blood of tho nation la too precious, b) far, to
no poured nut in compromising witn traitors.
Hon. (Jeokqe Lane, district Jndgo of tbo
normern aisinci or Aiauania, appoint cu u
President Lincoln, says that bo docs not thiol
tho emancipation proclamation will do any
harm to tho Union cause lu his section. or
himself, he regards It as the brightest streak of
sunshino no naa seen.
Tub Condition op Garibaldi continues
critical. No less than teventeen doctors wero In
consultation over bis cuao n short time since.
It Is estimated that Maine has paid. In boun
ties, over 3,000,000, arylug from J0 tn $300
"We aro not wild beauts ! We are not tigers IH
You're a lym
GIKANI) ADVANCK OP TIIR Altai Y OP
r TIIK rOTOMAC, and sll the itur.. itre cry
ing up the prlc nf their guod. tut SMITH &
UhALL, Jso 301 seirnlt. idmt Wi' are able to
sell good Utilising nenrlj as chtap n iMer Wo
liatelieen lighting against high price, for llio last
j cur, atulouritoi.lt: now is good, andue are nhle to
t 11 t low prhfs.
SMmilsall tbe time In tbe market picking up
goods at old prhis, and (but Is uue re ton ne ud
der.ell all otbrri e havo the nienns an I abllitj
to well cbcapi and ne will do It. as our ciutomeri
wsut Good Clothing at low prices, and ne arejuat
tbe men to sell It to then. Acsllli lollcltedatthe
CHLAP LLOTMSQ IIOVSF of
SMITH & DFALL,
Clot hi tm,
No im ie entlmtifct,
not 31 dtdeil first door below the market
JliHTltliXlCIVKU, a lirpvaml superior stock
of CAnPT and OILCU'l H. amounting to
JfiOpleiei, purchase 1 for null of n Northern niFinu
fscturer tit dining tulncs
Also, a largelot ol tOVFOHltRI. II NPOII
SUADkS, (HOCKLRl. (11 ASS l Alii! and Other
ItOLSlliELfthQ AUTllLi.'t, Including F-itlor,
ChumLer and other STO LS AllLliuUof LABI'
SET FLRNITUHk, both new ft ml nconlbsml
Parties wishing to bu will save time and mom)
t j calling at the cheap esih store of
H. DUCJ1LA, MWSenll. ilroct,
no 1ft lm east il le, t ctween O snd 11
T ntCUMMFND MRS WRhN'S TR ATM NT
X lor neuralgia, site navmg curea meter soon
pi joiikion, reunion um,r
Call and see how mnj reapectal le cltlicu hat e
ten cured bi my HAND MAGNK1 ISM.of Liralj-
X X ORE A-ftl ALK.
Tha underlined hsi th ttlcuuraof Inform lnr
thec.tltensof Wwhlnrton And the vllalttr,thsl
he has been sppolntel Sole Agvnt for tha celebrated
XX X CXKAM AZE AXD POltTJM.
The superiority of this Ale Is so well known that
the demand for It has been rspldly tnereular low
Its intfoductioa into this oltjv It la already used
by a large number of private U sallies inth Witrtct
Is brewed epreailr lor family um and contains
noae of tha deleterious substances which are so
frequently Introduced into themannrseure or Ale
and rorter to anlst fermentation.
XXX CRJSAM ALK
Is particularly recommended as a mltdaswell as
To persons snfTerlnrOom tha loss of appetite the
XXX Cream Ale Is Invaluable aa a most agreea
ble stimulant, firing a healthy and vigorous action
to thf stomach T
XXX Clt HAM ArLf
Is highly recommended by the Faculty of Phlladel-
pni nu ny
the principal physicians M ashlar-
XXX OllEAir ALK
!s put up tn plat sad Quart bottlt. aod small fctirt,
for Umlljr us, sod Is dtllTSrfd to aay part o( the
cltj.frfflof chsrg'j aa Js alio Uus moat superior
mslltr or DottledCldtr
401 and 4M Her eat. street,
Basement, opposite p (X
N. B. X X X Ale and superior Cider alw.rs on
urauniH mi 4 ewi m nevenm siree!. aeemeaii
DOT SO lm . i
NO MOflE APPROPRIATK PRBIKNT
esti be made to a ftoldler than a Trotector
against lamp aicaneas.
Dr. D. Vans' Patent Abdominal Supporttr and
jjniKvKu aajeffvaru, mm -Monty jjtu "
Is at once tight, ttmpte. dutp, confrr1Mf. durmtU sad
ttlltUf, aoth4i not only as a rrntrfy for disease, but
also as a prtvnltv, II Is endorsed by tbe highest
authority In lbs land. Among the eminent practi
tioners who bstre examined and approved Its medu
clnal properties are Surgeon General Hammond. U
8. A Surgeon General Dsl, of Mats t Dr. Hall, of
Hairs journal 01 ifeaiint ur. Joan ware, or Bottom
Drs. Bellows and Mott, or New Tork Dr I. I.
lit) es, and alt the Medical Faeultr or Philadelphia
who hare examined Its menu. . ilia afinitrd It
composed ot Red Flannel, Meulesled Cotton being
placed between two thicknesses ot flannel and quilt
ed In snisll diamonds. The elaitls fiutenlngs, snd
whalebone are arranged so aa to prevent the Safe-
gusruirom wnniuuig or roiling up, or gelling out
or nlace when the wearer It In motion. Ins luonev
Belt Attachment Is made or no. watery roor rubber
cloth, stsmped with a oatrlotte device, and affords
a sste and convenient 'reeeptaol. for the soldier's
bills and nrlvate papers.' r-
Price according to sis. and Anlaht No. 1, al oot
No 2, lfo ,ooeents. ,
sent by mstl or express on receipt of the price
and postage, It by mail on No. t, aucentsf No. 3,
18 cents; So. s, 10 cents. ' i
K-rione genuine unless tiampea ur. u. Kvsna
tcilutlve Circulars mailed free.
Liberal commissions allowed agents and persons
Send orders to
U. U. EVANS . CO.,
No 434 CIIESTKVT Strttt, Philadelphia! No ittS
VKUAUIVAY, new YOrkl HO BO 1YASHIAUTQP,
a.reei. notion, io nASiiirtuiuw uviLUthU,
Waihlnatoa. Also, for sale by Dragrlits and Deal
ers tn Military Goods
PARUCULAU JsOTCr GEO. O. EVANS, con
tinues, as heretofore, to fill all order for Books
publUhed la the United mates, on receipt of the
ad vert lied price
Send all Book orders to
GEORGE G. EVANS,
No. 4 Chestnut street,
not i0-6tfod PhUadalpbla.
ii t i k n g a'o a o s
I nfrllih Plcklci, Chow Chow, eta.
(liter's Wine Bitter.
Old Brand lei,
Masletra, sherry snd Fort Wines,
Lemon, Glnrer and Raspberry Syrupi.
Llaampanie lneg, arfoui brands,.
Aiaorml lreir es.
Old WhU Id ft, a l.irge stock la eases,
An assortment Catsups, Csnned rrulli,
Futted Meals, Koupi.ComWnie! Milk,
Ujrars and Smoktnf; Tubaoco,
London lAirter snd Scotch Ale.
Kor sste l r
NO Hit IS. CALWKtL k CO ,
IIS tooni jlvanla ai en up,
uovSO 1m Opposite WUlards' Hotel.
VWACCO AND REOAn WARRIIOUN E
WIIOLESALC AND RETAIL DEAU. IN
TOHAcro mi si:aARs,aij MEtRMAVM rirri,
Corner of Penntylwnia avenue and Sixth tr.,
WASHINGTON, D. C
Hat lag recently ealsrred ror place of business,
ii now iirenared to ottrr to the clttxens or t ai
Inrton the best brands of Tobacco and Sejrars, at
wholesale or retail, cheaper than can be bought
elsewhere la the clt) .
LA FArOMTA HVEXO,
FLOlt DE MAYO,
Are excellent brands, and every loter or good So
gers are to test them.
Alio. Smoking lobscco of all kinds, wholesale
WILLIAM GROSS! ,
nov 20 lm Cor. IVnn. are. and suth tt
Xl Jcdoe Advocate's Orrirc,
UtuhtnrtonCltv. D C.Nav. i1 iwjM
Applications having been made by ladlei, to go
to their friends and famillM In the South, notlcela
hereby given that all applicants must make i writ-
itatemeni to imi omce. verineawiiftth, tn1
en this date and tha 10th day ofDetViVer next.
Hmt. The name, age, and realdeneeortheanpll
cant. Second. The date when ahe came within the mil
itarj lines of the United Statei, fur what purpoie,
and where she has since reaided
Thlnl. The place she dealrea to go to, and the
purpoae or objett thereof.
The persona to whom leat e may be granted will
be aent with suitable escort from Waihlnirtnr. tn
the United States lines in Virginia, with suchper-
iunl riivvia bb aunii w mivwcu u ym.
No pvrson will be allowed to take more than one
trunk or package of female wearing apparel, weigh
ing not o er one hundred pounds, and subject to In
spection, and any attempt or nbrt to stuurrle con
traband property will forfeit tha same, s,nd subject
ine I'nni iu iiuij(iawuutris( uuriog iiw war.
L. C. TURNFR,
not 11 Major and Judge Ad ovate
JAY COOKE ft. CO.,
fl A N K E R 9 ,
No. 453 Fifteenth Street.
GOVFRNMFNT BONDS, ,
ARMV AND NAVY BILLS. """ '
COIN, CURRENCY AND FXLHANUE,
Highest price paid for
GOLD. MLVFJl, AND OLD DEMAND NOTFS.
fl'IHH Ifl TU GIVE NOTICK. Th.t (h mh.
X scrlber haa obtained from the Orphans' Court of
tYlallilllKtUli KUUUIJ.IU ItIS JJIBiriCI OI JD1U1I1UI3,
letters uf admiulatrHtlon on the personal eilnte ui
Mcholas 8nder,late of Waahtngtoa count), de
ceased All persons having claims against the said
dcccrY.edare hereb) warned to exhibit the ssme,
u ith tho ouchers thereof, to the subscriber, ou or
uriurv iiii:sBuiccuiuur- vi notemner nex.T inej
mi j otherwl bylaw be excluded from all benctU
Ml r(U VBtitlsj
dlven under my hand this 18th day nf Not ember,
A D 1QG3
nov 19 law3w
OAK IIAI. 1. CLOTHING ROOM,
No 461. seventh street, below F
The subscriber takes great pleasure In nunounc
Ing to bis old Friends and Customers, that he has
opened a new store at No 464 Seventh street, near
F, Hh. the has a fine, selected stook or Clothing
fa t-UvrtsndBo)s' wear, which they hatejuit re
ceived from the North, and otters them for sale at
the lowest Northern prices.
J, BRUCE fc CO,
sep 20 3m Clothiers, 464 Seventh street.
OUT II BI ftl IIUOTIIKKH,
OHTIIK1M II HOT II MRS,
a9S PENNSYLVANIA, A VENUE,
UM PrNNSTLVANIA AVENUE,
Braneh of t fl
30 SOUTH WILLIAM STRFFT, NFW lORK,
Id SOUTH WILLIAM STRFFT, 'nF.W YORK,
. i- '
importers of (
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINKS, A
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
And wholesale dealera la
RYE AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
RYE AND BODRBON WHISKIES,
As well as every vsrlety of
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
And the best brsnds of
GENUINE HAVANA CiqARS,
We also offer for sale a complete assortment ot
HERMETICALLY SEALED .
FRUITS, MFATS, fce ,
FRUITS, MF.ATS, lie ,
FRUITS, MEATS, fce ,
Fxprestly put up for eamp use.
BEST QOOD8 IN TnE MARKET
BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET,
LOWEST NEW lORK PRICF3,
LOWFST NEW YORK PRICES,
LOWFST NEW YORK PRICES.
ass PKNMSYI.VANIA AVENUE,
301 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Detween Ninth and Tenth streets,
ty k a
GKOTJND COFFEE Sll
TO B A CC6 Sttl
A Urge Invoice of the above articles are now
belnf raeelved, and for tale by
D J. BROWN,
No. B, Washington BuUdlntr,
Seventh street and Penn. ai enue.
SUTLERS TAKE NOTIOEI
Teas In X pound packs.
Teas In 0, 8, 10, 12, it, 18 and SO pound boxes
tanned Tomatoes In 3 dozen boxes.
Canned Peaches In 3 dozen boxes
Pickles In 3 dozen boxes
Gum Drops In i pound pspers
Gum Drops In a pound boxes
llslslns In boxes and )S boxes.
Pepper In 3 ounce pspers snd In 1 gross boxes.
Kngllsh Mnitsrd la ' pound papers and cans.
KngUsh Mustard In i and 1 gross boxes
Preserved Cherries In bottles,
Pigs In 3 pound drums and S pound boxes
Lemon S) rup in bottles.
D 1. BROWN,
No 8, Washington Building,
screnth street and Penn. avenue,
Washington, D C
rM TIIR OFFICERN OF TIIR ARMY.
Just arrived, Dy 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 tery little above the
cost In, Paris. As to the qualities, there are none
superior to be had, hat lng been selected purposely
tor this market. Also, a large and wcll-asorted
stock of Opera Glasses, Microscopes t gold, silter,
and steel Spectacles and f )e Glasses, suited to the
sight by tbe use of an Optometer. A considerable
number of cert lUcates to he seen at my office, from
gentlemen who hate been suited at my establish
42 Penntyhanta avenue, betuxen Fovr-and-a-half
and With ttrecU.
My Kalabllahmetit Is up stairs
Olattet fitted to tuit. The trade supplied.
Oct 10 ly
APPLICATIONS for Duplicate hand
AV ftr rants.
Application hat log been made under the act of 33d
June, iSdO, for the reissue of the Land Warrants
described herein, which are altered to have been
lost ur destrojed, notice Is hereby git rn thst, at
the date fellow lng the description ol each warrant,
a new certificate of like tenor will be Issued if no
valid oblectlon should then aDDcar.
No 8fl, 1G3, for 160 aores, issued under the act of
March. ISM, in tbe name uf Rachel, widow of Thos.
Meredith, and was granted March 3, 186ft Decem
ber 6, 18f
No 83,109, for 120 acres. Issued under the act of
xuarcn, looo, in me nameoi Arnoia Harrington, ana
was rranted Sentember 17. 1B07 Januarr 4. 1833
No. 83,464, for iw acres, issued under the act of
March, lSfio, In the names of the minor children of
Daniel F. AloCune, deceased, and was granted Oct.
22, 1663 January 11, 1303
No, too S47, for 1C0 acres, Issued under the act of
March I860, in the name of Ansel Allen, and was
granted March 12. ISM January 18, ltC3
No 100,360, for 160 acres, Issued under the act ol
March, leoS. in the name of Rachel, widow of Geo
Harner, and was granted January , I8ttt February
' JOSFI'H It. BARRETT,
In consequence of the lownessof the water In
the General Reservoir it will ba necessary, unless
great economy of water Is practiced, for the Gov
ernment soon to shut on" the suppl) to cltlztns en
tirely. All persons are, thercforo forbidden to use the
h) drantson Pennst It anla at enue, or on any streets
or avenues under the eare and supervision of the
Commissioner of TuMlo Buildings, for watering the
streets or pavements, or for any private purpose
And all persons using the water aro urgently so
licited to as vcououikftl iu its use aa possible.
B U. FRENCH.
sep 3d Commissioner of Publlo Buddings.
000,000 Domestic Segars, consisting of Seed and
.w heed and Hat ana of the best quality, put up in
most desirable styles, for sale at unusually low
OSTJU 1M BROTHERS.
100,000 Imported Havaua 3egar, comprising tha
choicest brands In the market, Just received and
(or sale at
no 12 OSTHEIM BROTHERS.
WEEKLY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN.
The undersigned commenced. In th. month
of December, 1800, tbo publication, In this city,
of a weekly newspaper, called the Xattonal Re
publican It Is printed on a largo sheet, twenty-seren
by forty4wo inches, and la furnished at tho low
price, stated below.
It. contain, all the original matter of the
Dally Xattonal Jlepubllean, with tbo exception
of local newa not Interesting to country sub
scribers. It will giro full reports of the proceedings of
Congress, and of tho other Departments of tho
It contain. .11 the new. of the day, fotslgn
anddomeettc, markets, etc., etc., as well as an
original correspondence from ail parts of the
country. Tha miscellaneous department will
recelro special attention, and, In all respects,
tho effort will be mado to establish tho charac
ter of (ho Xattonal Jlepubllean aa a Family
Washington being now the central point of
tho current military operations, great attention
will bo paid to famishing tho readers of tha
X'ltlanal Jlepubllean with full, and especially
with accurate, accounts of the progress of the
war for tha Union.
In politics, tho paper la Republican, sustain
ing tha Administration of Mr. Lincoln.
Tharo la no other Republican paper In the
District of Columbia, or In tbo vicinity of It,
and It Is believed that recent event, hav. opened
to such a paper an Important sphere of useful
effort. The time baa come, when the actual
administration of tha Government upon Repub
lican principles will explode tha mlsrtprescn.
tatlona which have made those principle, so
dlsuteful to tha Bonth.
But It Is not only hero, and In thla vicinity,
that tho projector, of tho AWfoiwl Jlepubllean
hope to make It useful. To tha whole country
they offer a Journal which will discuss national
politic, from a national stand-point, and which
will never bo swerved from patriotic dnty by
any overpowering pressure of local Interest.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.
One copy, ono year .... $2.00
Three copies, ono year - - . .1 00
Five copies, ono yesr .... 7.00
Ton copies, ono year i 00
Twenty coplos, ono year ... 30.00
One copy, six months .... 1.00
Three copies, six month. .3 50
Flva copies, six months ... :;.00
Ten copies, six months 0 00
Twenty copies, six months . . in 00
Payment, always tn advance.
When s Club of subscriber, haa been forward
ed, additions may bo mado to It on thoVftamo
terms. It la not necessary that tha aabscriber.
to Club sbonld receive their paperaatthessmo
Monoy may ba forwarded by mall, at our risk,
Largeamounts can be remitted in Treasury
notes, or drafts on Boston, New York, Philadel
phia, or Baltimore! smaller amounts In gold, or
In notes of solvent banks. Address
Washington, D. C.
D7"Tnu Dailt National IIepdblican U
published every morning. (Sundays errepted,)
at the following rates,
One copy, ono year - f 1.60
Five copies, ono year - - - - l'SOO
One copy, six months - - 1.7
Five copies, six months ... 7,10
One copy, three month ... i 0d
KYK AND KAll.
NOISES IN TIIK HEAD.
Affections of tho THROAT.
DISFASFS OF THE AIR PASSAGE
These maladies are excluslvelv and sucoessfuUv
tin t un aiiusiiiisnf it,
Ocuurr amd AvniiT.
227 Penn. at enue, opp. WUlards'
Cy- Numerous Testimonials can be examined at
his office, from citizens of Washington.
EJ-A11 surrtcal operations to restore SIGHT
anu iiafJAHinu penormru nov iu ira
T (I T 1 P K
1 TO THE PUBLIC
(Formerly of New ork,)
Has the Name and Fame of being one of
THE JJFST RESTAURANTS IX TOWX.
KJGlve us a trial, and Judge for yourself t
BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
Dont Inrget the number,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets,
mar 10 South side.
ARTIFICIAL CLEOPLASTIC BONE TFETH,
without metal plate or clasps, by
DR. S. I). BIG ESMOND,
010 Broadway, New York and 3160 Penn avenue,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth sts ,
WASUntOTOH, p. c,
Calls the attention of the publlo to the following
advantages of his luiprut ed ) stemi
tat. The teeth of his manufacture will never cor
rode nor change color by any acids, and are three-
ourins iiguier man any outer.
2d No teeth nor roots need bo extracted, as the
artlCclal ones ean ba lnaerted ot er them.
Sd The roots will be made inoffensive and net er
4th. No temporary teetn are needed, as permanent
ones can be made Immediately, thereby nreservlnr
the natural expression of the face, which, under
the old system, Is frequently disfigured
nth This work has been fully tested, for ot er five
years, by many of the first chemists and ph) slclans
of this and the old count r) .
Dr. 8 has also invented a whlto Indestructible
metal tilling, with which tbe most sensitive teeth
can ne nueu witnoui pain, nu can uuna up a per
fect sound tooth on any side roots, whloh will last
through a lifetime.
He refers to the following gentlemem Dr, Mot 1 1
Dr. Doremua, Professor of Chemistryi Hon A
Msnn, Jun Capt. Lrabtree, Mce President of the
migration Company of New York) Hon. Judge
tvayne, ot ine supremo uouri, oi tvasniogrou, u
C.t and thousands of others
Call and examine for yourselt es nov 8 m
CAMP HTOVKS I
We are now msnufacturtud CAMP, COOK and
llRA.TINn BTOVCH. whlcK we Will Sell bV the
doxen or hundred as cheap as they can be bought In
awi Kit i.unj.uur.1,
S2t Penn, avenue, near 7th street.
OPEKR'a nArtntroi wink.
rone, and roun tca.sold,
OF CHOICE OPORTO ORAPE,
FOR PIliaiCIANS' USF,
For Fmalei, lfy Fertont, ami 7jm1M,
Fvery family, at this season, should use tbe
Celebrated la Furop for Its medicinal and benefi
cial qualities as a gentle stimulant. Tonic. Diuretic,
and Budortflc. highly esteemed by eminent physi
cians, used In European andAmerlean Hospitals,
end by some of the first families in Furopa and
AS A TONIC,
It hat no equal, causing an appetite and building
up tha system, being entirely a pure wine of a most
AS A DIURETIC,
It Imparts a healthy action of tbe Glands and Kid
neys, and Urinary urgant,ery beneficial In Dropsy
Gout, aod Rheumatic affections.
la not a mixture or manufactured article, hut is
pure, from tha Juice of tbe Portugal fiambucus
Pr&pe. cultivated in New Jersey, recommended b
herniate and Physicians as posaesfelngmedlca! pro
perties superior to any other Wines In use, and an
excellent article for all weak and debilitated pej
sons and the aged and Infirm, lmpro log the appo
int ana nenenting isaies ana cnuaren.
A LADIES' WINF,
tlMMiiift It will not Intoxicate as other wines, at It
contains no mixture of spirits or other liquors, aud
is aumirea lor its ricn, peculiar nnvnr, anu nuiniit e
rroperttes, imparting a health) tune tn the disuni
te organs, and a t looming, soft, an 1 liealthjridclii
WE REFFR TO
A few well-known gentlemen and plijstcltns who
hare tried tie Winer
Gen.Wtnflelttt,U8A. I Dr Wilson,! I that ,N I.
Got . Morgitii, N Y. State. I Dr.W an!. Nett ark. N J
DrJR.CMjn,N YClt). Dr Dougherty, Newark
ur. ranter, w. 1. 1 lit. I n .
Drs DarcykNIchol I. New
ark, N. J.
Dr. Marcy, New AorU
ur. ratst, i-nuaa
tJ"None genuine without the signature of "A L
FKt- D 8PEF R. Passaic, N. J ," Is ot er the 4.ork ol
E3M AKE ONE TRIAL OFTHId U INE.
or sale by Druggists and all Ilrst-class Deilers
A. SPJI-R, IToprlelor
iKEAni Paasalc, NewJerse).
Orric E 2J Broadway, New utk
JOHS LA M1Y, Paris,
nov 3 ly Agent for France and (ermaii)
OlALi NO TICK
CITIZENS OF WASHINGTON,
OFFICERS OF THE ARM! AM) hAl
The old and established Emporium of Clothing,
that haa, for so many years, supplied the cttliena
of Washington and vicinity with all that la es
sential (or tha eleranco and comfort of the outel
man, Is now supplied with tna most complete and
fashionable stock that we have ever had the pleas
ure to offer
COATS, PANTS, and VFSTSof the most desira
ble st) les that could be found In the market
uur nsioriinrniui iiiuioi u a.
HOSU RV, GLOVES, fcc , cannot be surpassed and
will be sold nt prices that do not allow of compe
tition. LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVFRCOATS
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OWRCOATS
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVFRCOATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS
LARGF STOCK MILITARY DRI SS COATS
LARGF STOCK MILITARY DRFSS COATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PINTS
LARGF STOCK MILITARY FSTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY FSTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY FSTS
GOODS OF ALL DESCRIP
TIONS. VALISES, CARPET-DAGS, &c
Our stock of BOS and YOUTHS' CLOTHING
Is the largest and most fashionable that has eter
been offered In this city, and at tbe lowest price
they can poi
ltiy De ODiaineu in mis city.
J3- Call and see us at ODEON It ALL, corner 4 J,'
street and Pennsylvania avenue, the Great Clotl
lng Mart of Washington city,
t ery Tues, Thurs, fc Sat
TIIY OUR NEW HTOCIC OF
Clothinr from the Peonies Clothlnr store. No.
460 Set enth street, near Y. They out-trear an)
ining you can ouy ana iney are soiu so cnep i
J II SMITH'S,
No CO Seventh street, near F
I would adtlse all to come and buy their Clothing
at SMITH'S, No 460 Seventh street
II nu are wise tou will come to SMITH'S.
O Set enth street, near F. opposite City Post Of-
to buv tour Clothli
Trunks, Hats, and Caps
The PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORF, No 40
Seventh street, Is the best place In town to bu)
your Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Had,
and Caps J 11. SMITH U CO, Clothiers, 4wi
Set enth street.
Call soon and see our newstockof I all and Win
ter Clothing, which we are selling at very low pri
ces, at the PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORE, No 40O
Seventh street, near F.
Great attractions at No. 460 Seventh street New
stock of nothing Just arrived, and selling at our
usual low prices J. H.SMITH &CO, Clothiers.
tio 460 Set enth street, and corner Twentieth street
ana Penn. avenue
Great bargains In Clothing, Furnishing Goods.
Hats. Cans. Boots, and Shoes, on the corner oi
Twentieth street and Penn avenue.
SMITH & CO, Clothiers, First ard, cor Twen
eth street and Pennit Ivanla avenue, is the cheap
tleth street and Pennit Ivanla avenue, Is the cheap
est place In town to bit) your Fall snd Winter
Call at the First Ward Clothing store and get
)our Fall and Winter Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots,
SMITH CO, Clothiers,
Cor Twentieth street and Penn. at.
FIRST WARD CLOTHING HOUSE, corner ol
Twentlethstreet and Prnnilania avenue
toucan bu) jour Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots
and shoes cheap, corner of Twentieth street jnl
Pennst it anU at enue.
milOM AS II. . I.OI 11,
ATTORNEY FOR PL. J 1M A S,
AND AGENT FOU I ROCtniN-i
Bounty Lands, Pensions, Arrears
of Pay, I xtri Ha), &v ,
WASHINGTON. D. t .,
Will Kite prompt and ettlcleut attention to Ihe
nroscutlon of I alma uf et i ry UsmrU-lloii agalust
(he Got eminent, and make iiuchargi unless suc
cessful , . , .
Both references n I iliarpjes for seniles will he
ty Pensions setured for soldiers ttoundedordls
eased during the existing wnri also, lor the wi lows
Hodoriihtus of sol Hers tt ho hat died front wounJs
or disease incurred while In the United State ser
tlcei also. Bounty Money for tho heirs In law nt
soldiers deceased during the existing war
lees divided with attorney fir other iwriom for
Tbo highest price paid for Land Warrants
THOMAS E. ILOYD,
Attorney for Claimants,
No. 410 JteveuUi street,
Washington, D. C.
N, B Editors of papers publishing the above card
will be entitled to my services to h amount ot
their charges Tt K. L.
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