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Pxtttixl pfttjto. IVAlHIlfOTOS, D. C.l MONDAT NOV, 84. 1862 rtQW KKVUJimimHtCTIIlN 1 TO BE AVOIDED. . If servile Insurrections can bo Molded at all, as a consequence of a civil war carried on In th pnsenc of tlaves, It will be by the IrgUls llon of Congress, by tha proclamation of the Prt.ldf.nl, and by tho proper conduct In obedl rnce thereto of onr generals In tha Held. The negroes who are offered liberty by legal methods, who are guaranteed In Hi possession by the supreme national authority, and who are pro vided (temporarily) with tha means of subsls tence In military employment and under mili tary surveillance, will bare no temptation to recover their freedom by violence and blood ihed. Servile Insurrection Is presented Instead of being lncl'ed by tha Prealdent 'a proclama tion, or by the legislation of which that prods Hon wat the logical supplement and enlarge ment. It It became the negroea are patiently awaiting the advent of our armies and the ap proach of the first day of January, that they do not break out Into open revolt. And when liberation comes, It la the recognition of their liberty as a legal fact by our general, which restraint them within aafe bounds. It la thus quite at much a matter of mercy to the whites of the South, aa to the blacks, that the Government should continue Itt pre sent policy or exercising a temporary control oyer the liberated negroea, and of providing temporarily for their orderly maintenance. It Islnthlaway, that the transition of the race from alaTery to freedom may be made without bloodshed, and with an Inconsiderable amount of disorder. Nothing can prevent this deslra ble consummation, except the success of such mad teachings aa those of the Louisville pur- Mai, thst white men cannot, and will sot, lire with black men, except aa their owners and masters. If this horrible and demoniac spirit, tending dlrrctly to a war of extermination be tween races, can be kept down, all will go well. But, let It never be forgotten, that a with drawal of the President's proclamation would be tha signal for an universal negro outbreak at the South. Such a withdrawal would take away their last hope of the peaceful acquisition of liberty, and they would then be thrown upon the terrible resources of despair. The madmen, who are vainly urging the Presi dent to that fatal step, little foresee what the consequences of their success would be. Hap pily, they will never know by experience, as the Prealdent Is Immovably fixed In the course adopted after the fullest deliberation and the most careful weighing of the considerations on every side. The proclamation will stand, and servile war will thus be prevented, If, In deed, lta prevention Is not rendered Impossible by the Insane conduct of the rebels, who will, assuredly, fall victims to it, If It ocenrs. Aa an Illustration of what may be done In organizing the labor of the negroes as they are liberated, and thereby preserving quiet among them, we quote the following recent order from Gen. Grant i IlEADqcABTzns, 13tn Armt Corp.-, DlPARTMEIT Or THE TonmsEE, LaGranye, 7htn.r Xor. H, SPECIAL FIELD ORDERS, HO. 4. 1. Chaplain J. Eaton, Jr., of the 3?th Rai ment Ohlolnfantrv Volunteers. Is hereby ai pointed to take cbarge of all fugitive slaves that are now, or mar from time to time come wiuun me military lines 01 toe advancing army In this vicinity, not employed and registered In accordance with General Orders, No. 73, from Headquarters District of West Tennessee, and will open a camp for them at Grand Junction, where they will be suitably cared for andor- f;anlzed Into companies and set to work, plck ng, ginning and baling all cotton now out standing In fields. 3. Commanding officers of troops will send all fugitives that come within the lines, together witn sucn teams, cooiung uiensus ana otner bsggago as they may bring with them, to Chap lain Eaton, Jr., at Grand Jnnctlou. S. One regiment of Infantry from Brig. Gen. McArthur'e division will be temporarily detail ed as guard In charge of auch contrabands, and the surgeons of sstd regiment will be charged with the care of the sick. 4. Commissaries of subsistence will Issue on the requisitions of Chaplain Eaton, Jr., omit ting the coffee rations, and substituting rye By order of Msjor General U. 8. Grant. John A. IUwuss, Assistant Adjutant General. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette, writing from La Grange, says t (t Hitherto, the onlv work perfomed l ne groes, In the Mississippi Valley, lias been that or loading ana unioaaingsteamDoais, cars, ana wagons, driving teams, building fortifications, repairing roads, bridges, and other laborusual It devolving on the soldiers. This Is tho first Instance wherein the contrabands are made to produce anything for the Government. Tho Melds around La Grange and Grand Junction are full of cotton that was abandoned by the owners of the plantations at the time our army approached. If all this Is properly collected and sent to market, It will create a revenue of no inconsiderable importance, lotion-raising Is remunerative at ten cents per pound. Cot ton picking will certainly be profitable at fifty cenia per pouna. it is mgmy necessary inoi the negroes should be placed somewhere In em ployment, and the present opportunity has betn well Improved by General Grant." The old system of driving from our Hues all slaves attempting to escape to us, would have converted all these negroes, now peacefully en gaged In picking cotton in the vicinity of La Grange, Into brigands, and probably Into mur derers. We may, If wo will, Ignore the fact that half the population of the Gulf States are ne gro slaves, but the fact will remain the same. It Is not a thing which we can get rid of by the weak method of letting It alone. We must of fer to these slaves a peaceful and legal freedom, and assist In orgsnlzlng their first efforts at free Industry, or we shall have visited npon a most Interesting and valuable portion of our country all the nameless horrors of social cha os. We cannot abdicate the duty of governing and protecting the region npon the Gulf. Tt'e roust discharge It firmly, wisely, and without regard to local frenzies. Neat Post on Hlavery tu ImUlaua. The Boston papers arc publishing extracts from letters from Brig. General Neal Dow, of Maine, who has been stationed at Forts Jackson and St. Philip, Mississippi river, upon the con dltion of slavery In Louisiana. As to the institution of alovery, General Dow considers It as virtually overthrown-" already. "Indeed," says he, "it Is literally so everywhere within nnr mllltarv lines. The slaves think themselves free, and will not work for their masters unless they choose to do so, ond unless they are paid. Many masters now pay their "slaves, some ten dollars, some twelve dollars a rnontn, ana some suymam m sir ... . iMnl nf their entire cron for their labor In sav ing It. The slaves leat e their masters ns they please, and go away without feari nor have they tha least fear for the old despotism. I have now about six hundred of them at these forts, con stantly employed in Government service, and they have no fear at any time to go back to the puntat oasoiJv """-?- L ."''??'- ,., ana. Tbey rightly Judge that these latter are no 100(svr u. , j . . . "Many plantations are abandoned by their .Ja t ... inUnn txauisicn of tlum. Terterday I sent an officer to a great ettablleb. ment, the crops of which, now npon tha ground, are one thousand hogsheads of sugar, besides great quantities of other produce, worth la all one hundred thousand dollars. All the whites are gone, leaving on hundred negroes behind, and my officer Is to superintend the estate and . .VI. . .,..11 .. 1-M- SfCVrt VI CTOpe, "SHI IU WP M. mumu mm-w yvw tesslon of two other plantations, In Ibe tame wv and for tha aame ntarnoacs. tt The entire business of the Bute la destroyed, and vtit numbers of men of princely fortunes before the war are beggars now." - - HTATKsTnlOIITB HKVrVRD. IOne of the most Impudent things of recent imes, Is the charge of a police Judge, In Mem his, to t grand Jury, to the effect that all the laws of the seceded and defunct State of Ten nessee against free negroes, are stilt In fall force, andl that these laws are protected gainst national Interference by the Consti tution of the Untied State. These seced ed rebels talk1' about the Constitution of the United States at If they had an Interest in It, or right under It. If they will ask their mili tary governor, Andy Johnson, be will tell them mat tney nave no rignt .jit, nut me rignt to oe hanged. This charge of the Memphis police Judge at- iracica toe attention Ol ueucrai ouerroaa, auu by his direction, the following order wss Im mediately Issued! "Provost Marshal's Orricx, MEMrnis, Nov. 11, 18ftl. "The Judge of the criminal court having charged the grand Jury on certain points where a conflict of authority might arise, all persons will take notice that any attempt to execute State laws at variance with the orders of the President and military commanders, will be construed as a contempt of the authority of tha United States, and will be summarily punished. The status of the negro Is Involved In the war now existing, and will, In Its progress, be clearly determined. "In the meantime, runawar slaves must be treated as free, and people encouraged to give them employment aa tnch. So far at the court confine! itself to punishing murder, arson, burglary, and crimes mat a Inn, the provost iruara is reauirea to co-operate. " II. V. AWTHOKT, "Provost Marshal of Memphis." The Bouthwist. The correspondent at La Grange of the Cincinnati Gaettte writes, No vember 15 1 " I have authority for stating that General Halleck has given Gen. Grant full power to conduct the campaign In the Mississippi Val ley according to his own discretion, with the assurance of all the aid that may be required from Washington." This Intelligence, which Is confirmed by the large reinforcements already sent to General Grant, will be most gratifying to the country. While It Is seen that Gen. Grant occupies the most Important position In the field, the public are watching his movements with aa much con fidence as Interest. The greatness of his achievements and the uniformity of hit suc cess Justify this general feeling of hopefulness. The right man In the right place, sustained by the Administration here, will not fall to crnsh the rebellion. Northern Travel Boston axn New Tore. There Is no route upon which travellers are no admirably served asthst between New York and Boston, by the way of Long Island Sound to New London, and thence by rail to Boston. The Sound portion of the route Is performed by two magnificent boats, built last year, and bearing the appropriate names of the " City of New York " and " City of Boston." The steam navigation of the Sound has always been of the first class, but these boats surpass all their pre decessors lu that service. By this route, trav ellers for Boston always reach that city In sea son for ttie first morning trains for the North and East. Travellers from Boston, Intending to come South from New York, are sure to make the Southern connection, as the boats make their first landing ut Jersey City for that pur pose. Tur Rr5.rOADE BROCOHAM.-Lord Brougham, in a recent letter to Lord Radnor, expresses a strong hope that the Federal Government will abstain from exciting a servile Insurrection, the only aggravation whereof the deplorable contest Is copable." " Such a calamity," he says, " is more to be dreaded by the friends of the negroes than by those of their masters, for the chief sufferings would bo theirs." When Lord Brougham was plain Mr. Brougham, he was a Liberal, and opposed to slavery. Indeed, he wrote a book against the whole system fifty years ago, which Is one of the best of his literary performances. It was Mr. Brougham whodmounccd "the guilty fantasy that man can own property In man." The English aris tocracy bought him over with a peerage, as they always try to do, and generally succeed In doing, with men of talents who rise on the popular side. EST" Notwithstanding that no notice what ever Is taken, by the Commissioner of the In ternal Revenue, of communications reaching that office from assistant assessors and others holding office under the direct tax and excise law, asking information In regard to business operations, still the receipt of them continues unabated. It Is time that all these parties should know that It is not the business of the Internal Revenue Department, here, to answer answer questions propounded by subordinate officers relative to the workings of the law, The Immediate superior, In the district of the assistant or subordinate, Is the proper party to apply to, as haa been before stated, and not the Commissioner or the Internal Rrvrnur. StwtESDEB or Harper's Ferrt. The - telligmcer, of Saturday, haa two columns and a half In review or the report of the commission upon the surrender of Harper'a Ferry. It had already reviewed that report once before. But it has neter jet published the report Itself, although It Is not a voluminous document, and Is of great interest. It dares not trust its readers to examine the report for themselves, but turns up extracts and disjointed passages. Is that the way to treat great public questions I (ST The Baltimore American or Saturday devotes a column to the vain purpose or per suading the Government to give up tho expedi tion against Texas, and to order General Banks to co-operate In the capture of Richmond. Richmond is or little importance 10 tno reu- cls, but, If the Southwest Is lost to slavery, the rebellion Is dead. The Government will listen to no such advice as this of the. Baltimore American ,. Hrover's To-NioaT, The lovert or the lovers of drama will be afforded amott capital entertain ment this evening at Orover's Theatre. It Is a rare U4ngth.it ma so good plays aro placed upon the ringr The curtain will rise upon thai rvcellent old Shaksperlan comedy or 'Taming a Shrew, or Kathrrlne and Petru chlo." L. P. Barrett as Petruchlo aud Miss Lucille Western as Kotberlne. The performances will (omluJe with "The Mtslerlous Stranger." It Is scarcely necessary to say that the house will be crowded, and we would simply advise those who desire to witness these two plsys, be sure and get your seats early, or yon will find It Impoeslble to get In. BtTtHUAI. aVMMAHY. Reverdt Jobxsok. This gentleman It act ing as additional counsel for Gen. Flit John Porter. (This irlilwlllnotprocecdUll the ar rival of Clan. Pope from Mlnnexota." g I Piso Bowiaow Th Parson It now in Ntthvllle.'where he It making strong Union speeches. He says the rebel, must submit un conditionally. tj .Til Trial or Gin, Poinit. The inquiry of thVcourtwlth respect to tbe conduct of this gentleman, will, It la said, have reference' to the report of Gen, Pope, which first made lit appearance In the New Tork ITenll. FtxAKCtAL. Some New York bankers have been here for tome days, endeavoring to Induce Secretary Chase to rslse all monlca needed by the Government In future by loans, and not to mako any further Issue of demsnd notes. ItERtciriL V. Jonssos. This gentlemen has been elected Confederate States Senstor from Georgia, Stokewall Jackson. The whereabouts of this man seems to be very much a matter of doubt and speculation. Sometimes we are In formed tharhe Is at Harper's Ferry and about making a raid Into Maryland and then that he Is retreating to Gordonsvllle and tho Star of Saturday aayt that he la marching on Wash ington with the Intention of taking the fortifi cations at Arlington and turning their guns on the city. Evaccatid. Holly Springs has been cvsc uted by the rebels. The Confederate generals did not consider their position there tenable, It It laid. They are going Into winter quarters at Abbyivllle, presuming that onr forces will not attack them there. Many of the rebel tot dlert are without blankets, and otherwise very deficient In clothing. A New Sihator. The Governor of New Jersey haa appointed Richard Field a Senator of the United States, to fill the vacancy occa sioned by the death of John R. Thompson. The latest newt from Port Royal stales that the yellow fever has entirely disappeared. Railroad Accident. Tbe accident on the Boston and Maine raiiroaa proves to nave oeen a very terlont disaster. Tbe Boston papers have pretty fnll accounts of It. It Is ascertain ed that seven persons at least w ere either killed or drowned. There are aald to be many rebels In arms at Leesbnrg and Martlnsbnrg. The recent rains have greatly raised the Po tomac. This, If nothing else, will put a stop to raids Into Maryland and Pennsylvania, Mobile. There is said to be a great deal or excitement In Mobile for rear the city will be attacked by our forces. There are not many rebel troops there. Mobile should be captnred aa soon as possible. It Is an Important point tons. Death or General Pattersov. Brig. Gen. Frank Patterson was found dead In his tent, near Fairfax Court House, at au early hour Saturday morning. He was a son of Major General Robert Patterson, of Philadelphia. He was In command of tho New Jersey brigade. The Florida Expedition. Hon. Ell Thayer is now In Washington making tho necessary arrangements to carry out his plan of restoring the Bute of Florida to the Union. Wo have no doubt of the success of this enterprise, If It be carried out upon the plan suggested by Mr. Thayer. It Is both Just and feasible. GrsERAL McDowell. It Is understood that tho court of Inquiry 'Into tho conduct of this general commences to-day. Wo believe all the preliminaries are adjusted) aud ir nil tho revelations which can bo produced come berore the court, and are permitted to transpire, the public may look Tor somo startling develop ments. At least, so we learn. But we shsl 1 boo whst we shall see ! The Brinsmade Case. The case or tho Im prisonment of this lady Is producing something or a sensstlon In New York, In Washington, and, In fine, throughout the country. It this lady's statements are reliable, some offlclsls do not appear In this transaction to the best ad vantage. We await the full tlmotimtnt of this case with some Interest. Aqcia Creek. The railroad between Aquta Creek and Fredericksburg Is said to be In good running order, with the exception of the bridges, and these will be put In thorough order In a few days. General Hooker. This general has not yet been able to ride on horseback, but moves with the army In an ambulance. When there Is another battle, If God spares his life, there will be a good report or him, notwithstanding his Inability to mount his horse. Fredekicesburo. The rebels have, It It as certained, within a few days removed a large quantity or stores from Fredericksburg towsrds Richmond. The work has been done by means or teams. 07 Commissioner Bontwell, or the Internal Revenue department, has addressed a letter to each or his assessors, suggesting that when the annual assessment for September, and the re turns thereor or the assistants, are complete, they will consider whether tho services or a portion or their assistants cannot be dispensed with, at least, until May, 16C3, retaining those best qualified ror the duties consequent upon the business relating to manufactures. If auy assessor find auch a reduction of his assistants impracticable, he Is required to com municate the circumstances for the considera tion of the office. Naval Orders. Lieutenant Commander Joseph E. De Haven has been ordered to the command or the screw sloop Lsncaster. Paymaster Washington Irving has been or dered to the frigate. St. Lawrence. Discourse or Bishop Simpson. The an nouncement that Bishop Simpson would offici ate at Wesley chapel, esterday morning, caused that church on the occasion to be filled to its utmost capaelt). The sermon was u most eloquent and Im pressive one, and seemed to have Us due effect upon the large congregation present. The text selected consisted of the 18th, ldlli and 20th verses of the Kid chapter, 1st Fplsile to tho Hebrew s. Ho obnened first, that the iharauer of u nation depended, ill a great measure, upon the views which men had or the character or God. Tho belief In a plurality of gods made men enemies, aud caused the general loudlttou or the world to bo that of slrlfo. A contrary c. feet was produced when god as regarded u father over all. Then men. Iicgan torecogulre all mankind as brctlacu, and tho tendency was to create a fratirnal feeling, mid toudtance the cause of Christianity. The Bishop Inteuds leaving the city to-inorro, but contemplates shortly making this city his pennaurnt place or rceldenco, iarw haro In tree and shall find room to- sided criticism of tbe report on the Harper's Ferry caee. BY TELEGRAPH. FIlOM.llARritnf" FKRRV. ,' THE TIKBULS A.TTAVK OVlt ItORXlSO JhAT AttE XMVLMD ,!MyfOK.VXltAZ OEXERAL FREMOS'T IX C1KC1KXATI. rms'iixs'BfititXrx'xTXcvATEb uvtt- a . t .ftAA3.arti7 , QKXKRjIT. DAVIS CAPTURES FORTT - TItREl!jtEBRIAr BRAOO REPORTED TO BE iTARCIIIXO OX MVRFREESBORO', THE BOVBARDUEXT OF ST. MARfS. AX ACCOVXT OF THE FIOHT. New York, Nov, 23. The lhnld ot this morning contstns a special dispstch from Hsr pcr'a Ferry, dated yesterday, Iq whtcb It Is said our working parties were attacked this morn ing near nalltown by the rebel horse troops. General Geary ordered six masked guns to open upon them, when they were driven back at the first round, and shelled within long range. Several men and horses of the enemy were soon plsced out of fighting condition. We did not lose a man. Cincinnati, Nov. 33. general Fremont has arrived here, unaccompanied by any friends.'' Cincinnati, Not. S3. Accounts received here show that Murfreesboro' hss been evacua ted, the rebels retiring to Tullshomo. It Is tald they are there rortirying. uragg'a armv Is divided Into two corps, under Polk and IIar dee. Nashville, Nov. 23. Gen. Dsvls captured forty-three rebels to-day, fifteen of whom were scouting on Stones river. A heavy cannonading was heard yesterday morning In the direction or Lebanon, but tho cause Is unknown. The rebels report thst Bragg Is moving on Murfrees boro', Instead of evacuating. Letters received here sty Jeff. Davis requires Bragg to fight every inch of Tennessee soli. Breckinridge's division occupied Shelbyvlllei the remainder of the rebel army were south of Duck river, forti fying Elk Ridge. Klrby Smith's corps waa crossing the Tennessee river on Thursday. The bridge across the Tennessee at Bridgeport Is nearly finished. New York, Nov. B3- The.HirraI",hata Fcr nandlna letter, dated the 10th IntUnt, giving an account of the bombardment of St. Mary'a by the gnnboat Mohawk and the tteamer Neptune, with a detachment of tho Ninth Maine regi ment. Colonel Rich proceeded to St. Mary's on tbe fith, accompanied by tho Mohawk. The troopa landed, and were fired npon by tho reb els, one being dangerously wounded. The reb els then mustered strongly, and the Neptune, with troopa, left, whereupon the Mohawk Aral twenty shells Into tho town.- The firing ceased owing to a femsle, bearing a flag of truce, ap proaching the ship. Lieutenant Durand went ashore and communicated with her. On his returning, Captain Hughes hauled off wlththe Intention or returning to Virginia. Tho rebels fired a volley of musketry at the ship, one shot grazing the capuln. Ilo Instantly returned abreast tor tho town, and kept up an Incessant fire for an hour and a half. The town was re duced to ashes, and almost every bouse more or less Injured. Previous to firing the second time. Captain Hughes Invited nil tho women on board his ship, which Invitation they refused. No gnns nere aimed at the house In which they took shelter! FH.OM C A I II O . THE OREXADA APPEAL COXBIDERA BLT EXERCISED. CALLS VPOX THE PEOPLE TO RALLY AXD IXCREASE THE ARMY TO OXE HUXDRED . T nous AXD. FROM ARKAXSAS.aor. RECTOR. Cairo, Nov. 23. Tho Grenada Appeal, of the 18th IntUnt, Is greatly exercised abont the future of Mississippi, and appeals to tho peo ple to rally en masse around Pemberton. It saya that In this way the army may be Increased to a hundred thousand, thereby virtually ac knowledging that It Is at present much less than that number. Gov. Rector, of Arkansas, has resigned his position. Judge Fletcher, of Arkansas, Is act ing until Col. Flanlgan, the Governor elect, Is Installed. FnO.M FREDBniCKSBVna. Wo co nt creed, at a late hour tan erenlng, with a military gentleman, who left that In teresting locality yesterday at 10 o'clock a. m. tlo sayi that the time for tho bombarding the city had been extended eleven lion re, but that Long&trert iwore he would not surrender the place. We may look for exciting news from that quarter, though up to this hour, half pant one o'clock, a. m., nothing has been received by ns beyond this statement. Anything further from Fredericksburg, may be looked for In our telegraph columns. LATEST. Nothing further from Fredericks burg, as we go to press. Washington in Dangih. Sunday was n day of exciting rumors, and our city abounded In these canards all day yesterday. If we were to credit Madame Rumor, even at this hour, 1 o'clock a. m., we should announce Stonewall Jackson ot the gates of the city, clamoring for admittance. We fed pretty calm at his re ported approach, and shall not fall to take our aceustowiinap, even though the thunder of bit artUlrtyfcaould flrDUM Ul from our 'lumbers before old Sol visits our sanctum with hie beams. A CouservalHe Journal TJpou III ark Hoi dlcra. The New York Commercial AdverHur says t "The report of the operations of the colored soldiers In Georgia and Florida, shows that there la fight cnongh In them, If a good chance Is afforded. In the expedition up the Sapelo In Florida, the black troops, raw as they were, be haved like veterans, and received the warmest commendations of Union officers, who were enabled by their valor to accomplish Important results." Of the same soldiers In Louisiana, the Adver tiser says i 'A noteworthy feature of thla negro soldiery uthnnatrol aud eruard dutv done by them on the roads and highways. Onct the whiteman could demand the pan of every negro, i ow im vxauny yAaniert mint tubtnit to the dUeretton of theu ' ... Jf.l. JF.. .u.ul..f.la .nSlaS taltil thtn t lame WHIWMi i frnmHwit wv.nr. ... ....... .- move from citalt to citatt lu the noble domain to recently lorded over by llicra. This Is a curious . trlhmlnn- iralllnir to the Droud Dtantcr. It Is one of the strango revelations of this strange ar. Vet In the hour of exultation and triumph the negro bears himself ulth propriety, lie Slelds to the dlsclpllno of tho army und the lie iMsltles of his nortlijiOsHlon." Bee is woman lu another column picking tiambnrl Orapes, for Bpcer'a Wine. It Is au admirable article, used In hospitals, and by tho first families In Paris, London and New York, lu preference to old Port Wine. It Is worth a trial, aa It gh ca great satisfaction. tf r'OU ItKNT-lletlratlo uruUlied rooms, (with 1 iA.nl i nlatinnttv lnentMl In l.earrttown. nesr Ihe cltv csrs To permanent tenantt terma mode rate. Apply at 101 West ttreit, srnili siren, I Leorretowu. o '-" ft pmosrlrsala areaue. Inquire at No. 40j I Maryland avenue. ooso if OFFICIAL. , Waa Daa-AstTMENT. I WASHiNOTOif carry Not; 23, IMS. Tha eallcere enumerated In the snblolned list having been officially reported, and their dlt- nutssi rfconssuenaea py ctwir retpeciiro com manders, for the 'causes tuted. It Is ordered that they be, and. they are hereby dismissed from tne service ot tne unitca eutes. Abtenl rlMotii liartDimlurd eUh ton of all vav ami aUovanett that an now or may bt romscfW. Eugene rauntieroy, sa lieutenant, unn Illi nois. J J Thompson, capUln, 22d Massachusetts. Michael RosscI, captain, 74th PennsylranU. Isaac Manrcr, 2d lieutenant, 2d Pennsylvania Reserve. Bolomon Stcarne, 1st lieutenant, 4th Maine. N B Thompson, cspuln, 9th Indiana battery. Job B Btocton, capUln, 1st Kansas. Henry D Eggly, lit lieutenant, 75th Pennsyl vania. II 8 Dygcrl, captain, 10th Michigan. John J Gsrbutt, captain, 95th New York. Aug P McQraw, capUln, 85th New York. Wm F Bally, capUln, 95th New York. James R Quick, capUln, 95th New York. Isaiah W Kimball, captain, 4th Pennsylvania nv Blgelow, assistant surgeon, Cth Mltsourl cavalrr. II G Thomas, captain, 2d Kentucky volun teers. ' Joseph Farroau, lieutenant, 2d Kentucky vol unteers. O 8 Coyle, lieutenant, 2d Kentucky volunteers. Chsrles Carrion, lieutenant and quartermaster, 2d Ky volunteers, George Ingslls, lieutenant, 17th New York. Emory Purdy, captain, 10th New York cavalry. David F Foley, captain, 95th Pennsylvania. G W Walker, captain, 137th Pennsylvania vol-1 unteers, James B Conley, 2d lieutenant, 137th Pa volun teers. R B McClelland, 1st lieutenant, 137th Penn aylvanla. E F Giles, captain, 7th Wisconsin. H Richardson, captain, 7th Wisconsin. C O Treeler, lleutensnt, 7th Wisconsin. L B Morse, lleutensnt, 7th Wisconsin. William Hadell, 2d lieutenant, 5th Maryland. cnnstian Bitters, captain, otn Maryiana. Nicholas Oanster, captain, 6th Maryland. Edwin C. Klrkwood, lieutenant, 6th Maryland. Wm. R. Carlen. 2d lieutenant. 29th Massachu setts. Roesler, captain, S4th Illinois. G A. Hevroy, 1st lieutenant, 116th Pennsylva nia. F. W. Dros, capUln. 5th New York. Philip Hofner, chaplain, 45th New York. D. A. Kimball, lieutenant, 103d Ohio. Francis Coven, 2d lieutenant, 59th New York. William Benson, capUln, 69th New York. Penhoel, lleutensnt, 103d New York. M. Mohrlng, cspuln, KM New York. Paul Relchert, captain, C3d New York. John Klsler, captain, 20th Indiana. Kretchman, lieutenant colonel, 103d New York. Wm. M. Gwynne, 1st lieutenant, GOth Ohio. John Brady, 1st lieutenant, 33th New York. Thomas S Hsmblin, 1st lleutensnt, 38th New York. AMShnte, 1st lieutenant, 22J Massachuaetu. Jnrden McKay, 2d lieutenant, 22d Massachu setts. II M House, adjutant, 107th Pennsylvania. IhtiniMKii vttA toitof all pay and aUowancet that art now or tnau heeonu dut. Charlea Scldcneck, capUln 46th N. Y., absent without leave, ana neing arrestea lor intoxi cation. George II Mitchell, assistant surgeon 88th Pa. absenting himself without authority while awaiting sentence of court martial. Paul B Bradlee, captain, 2d Excelsior brigade absenco without leave under clrcnmsunces Indicating cowardlco. 3 W Bell, colonel, 13th Illinois cavalry I do- serung ms commana. ClavtonPnddleton. lit lieutenant, lit Virginia artillery not reporting for dnty since mus ter. Charles Roesoher. caDtaln. 112th Pennsvlvanlai aesertion wmie unaergotng trial Dy conn martial. Smith, lieutenant and acting adjutant, 105th New York ; neglect of duty aud ab senco without authority. J Early, Ueutenant, 3d Kentucky volunteers ; absent without leave and Intemperance. John J Hooker, 1st lieutenant, Svth Ohio, be ing tanen prisoner at his own desire. John Kendall, 1st lieutenant. 7th Kansas cav alry, Intemperance, Inefficiency, and absenco without leave. O Murphy, captain, 6th Ohio volunteers, ab- "ii wiiuwui leave, ana speaaiug in au iiu- roper manner of the war and President, Walter II Judson, 2d lieutenant, 13th Mass chusctts, abacnt without leave. DltmtiKd the eervlce. Elijah L Smith, let lieutenant, 2d District of Columbia volunteers causing dissatisfaction among the men of his command.' A W Marozorvlei, captain, th New York bat tcryi retaining Government horses for his private use. Thomas Snllivsn, lieutenant, 10th New Hamp shire, Insulting and attempting persons violence npon n womsn whilo his commana was on tbe march. K II Kerr, 2d lieutenant, 7th Kansas cavalry, Intemperance and carelessness In discharge of duty. II T Marshall, captain, 11th Connecticut vol unteers, resigning In a manner disrespectful to his commanding officer. Sailor, Ueutenant, 107th New York, for being captured when across the Potomac contrary to orders. , . 8 F Rlgby, csptaln, 1st Independent battery, InJ temperance. N II Caroll, 1st lieutenant, 1st Independent bat- tery, Intemperance. MEJacksou, 2d lieutenant, 1st Independent battery. Intemperance. J .T Vpfinvm. anm-eon. 25th regiment Excel sior brigade, Intemperance and neglect of only. n I. ftosford. caDtaln. 11th Connecticut volun neert, tendering hit resignation In a manner disrespectful to bis commanding officer. John N Brown, 1st lieutenant, ad New York cavalry, cowardice. A Paige, surgeon, 4th Pennsylvania Reserve ranic A uaray, aa iieuienauv, vu vmu, - . - I - m At . a ntaX. HklA h scntlng himself from his commana wiinoui 1va iTnrintp a retreat. J W Taylor, lieutenant colonel, 40th Ohio, rep resented oy tne omcers oi iue rriucu trouoiesome. J MrKav. second lieutenant. 22d Massachu setts, tendering bis resignation In a manner disrespectful to ms superior uiuccr, nv order of the Secretary of War i E. D. TOWHBEND, Assistant Adjutant General. OFFICIAL, Department of State, Washington, January 25, 18C3. The Secretary of State will hereafter receive members of Congress on business on Saturdays, commencing with Saturday, the first of next month, WILLIAM H. SEWARD. rmiAVKI OVKIl THE JaONO UIUDUK. IlEADqtTAKTEHS DEFENCES OF WASHINGTON, November 10th, 1803. (lENF.IUL O JiU Ell 8, NO. 8. Hereafter, the Long Bridge, over tne roto mac, will only bo used for Government pur poses, neither private veiiiciwi ur uiuzcub vu horseback will bo allowed to cross mo Lrong Bridge, but must go by the way of the Aque duct Bridge. By command of Major Oeu. IIeintzelman, CHAUNCEV McKEEVEIt, nov 21 Tt Assistant Adjutant General. 1) AHKKS OS THR POTOMAC. On and after thfi 12th Instant day of September, passes will be required from all esiels, boats, fcc , navigating the Potomac rher. These will be Is sue J by tha Commanding Officer of the Flotilla, and may be obtained from the naval vessels sta tioned at Alexandria, or at the mouth of the river. GIDEON WELLES, Secretary of the Navy. NA. V DCrAETHCNT, September 11, 1863. aep U pnopoaAxa for oats and corn. rcror ItuARvrutASTU't Orrics. Corner ism a4i atreSIs, WashloitoB, RovrabCT tt, ISO 1 BALED PROPOSALS will be received at this It loek M , for ruralshlBf tl Oovtrnmeat with (seupo) two hundred thousandbuthelsotoM shell- faro nuaarea tnoutsnn uusneis oi uati ana t usu to be or a rood raercnsniaiiie quuiir, put up la bags of about two bushels etoh. van will DniveuDy weigni, an4mirij-iwu pounds to the bushel. aaoka to bs rurnlshedwltaout extra chsrge Jo the uvTinminii The Corn to be of a rood merchantable quality, n oi mm iwo Dusneii Hin. Corn will be received by weight at (M) flhr-alx pounda to the buahel. Sacks to be furnished without extra charge to the Government. , Delivery to be made In the city of Washington, within (36) twroty-nre days from the date of the contract. PROPOSALS. Proposals will be received for 160,000) fifty thou sand bushels of Oats and upwards, and for (60,ooo) flttr thousand buahels of Corn and upwards. Tha propositions for the Oata and Corn ssiuf be on srpsrslc papers, and entirely dlatloct from and Independent of each other, ... Tha full name and postofnee address of the bidder muss appear in me propoaai. irabli tall It iais mada in the name of a Arm. the naraea of all thepattlea muat appear, or the bid will be consider eoasineindlriaual pro posslot tne partner signing It. .i-rop nosala from dlaloval narttea will not be con- sldereil,ajldANOATIIorAU.EO!AMCEMVSTACCOM- rAnv kacii moroaiTioif, rropoaala muat be adtlreaaed to Colonel 1). 11. Ruckrr, Quartermaatcr U. s. Army, Waahtnrton, D. C, and should be plslnly marked "Propossls for Oats and Corn " GUARANTEE. The abllltr of the bidder to fill the contract, ahould It ba awarded to him. mustbefuaraatledbyt wo res ponsible persona, whoae alrnatures must be sppen aed to the guarantee. thown br the oIDclal cert 1 doit of tha clerk of lbs ina reaponaiDiiiiv oi ma ruaraniora muat ne IDOI u near it Witrlct Court, or of the United Stftttt tHt- trie. Attorney, Bidders inuit be nreient " In tttrson when the bids are opened, or their nrooosaU will net be conild ered. Bonds equal In amount to half the sum to be re ceived on the contract, iicned by the contractor and both of hli guarantors, will be required of the suc cessful biader upon signing the contract. As the bond must accompany the contract, it wtlt be neceitary for the bidders to have their bonds men with them, or to hare bonds signed In anticipa tion and ready to be produced when tbe contract Is strned. snks for bonds can be procured upon 'appllci tlon being made at this office, either personally, by letter, or oy telegraph. t form of OvMrmnlt. We, - -! of the county of , and State of end i . of the count1 of. uul Btit of, do hereby guarantee that - is able to fulfil a contract In accordance with the terms of his proposition, and that, should his proposition be accepted, he will at once enter into a contract In accordance therewith. Should the contract be awarded him, we are pre pared to become his securities. (To this guarantee muit be appended the official certificate above mentioned ) INSPECTION, DkLlVKRY, c. All Oats and Corn contracted for under this ad vertisement will be rigidly inspected, and such aa do not prove of a good sound merchantable qusllty will be rejected. Payment to be made upon the completion of the contract, or so soon thereafter as the Depot Quar termaster shall be In fundi. Any Informality In the bid, or nononformance wlththe terms of this advertisement, will ensure the rejection of the proposal. one of the Government Wharves In the city of n mmiiuifiwa. The Depot Quartermaster reserves to himself the right to reject any or all bids that he may deem too hlh. a II. RUCKER, Colonel and Depot Quartermaster, nov S4-dtD4 X H O P O H A r. H . Bureau or Yards and Docks, Nary Department, 24th November. 18C3. SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposals for building bouse at Naval Hospital, New York," will be received at thU office, until noon on the 22ddsy of December, 186?. for furnishing all the Muai ui vcniAiucii atsu. ,ur luiuiiutug ail mib materials and workmanship required In construct- tng a house for a Burgeon, on the Natal Hospital grounds at Brooklyn, New York, according to plans irouuui at auwiijii,iicw sura, accuruinKT.u pimam and specifications which are lodged with the Civil Engineer, and may be seen on -Application to him at the Brooklvn Navv Yard whloli nlana and ane- clflcatlons wlu be attached to and form a part of .Form of Offer, f Here date the offer I, (here Insert the name or namei cotnposlnK the firm. of f nune tha town.) In the State of f name the State,) hereby oBer to furnish under your advertlie went umieu iubib oi auveniiemeni,) Ana uDjcct io all the requirements of the same, and of the plans and specifications to which It re fen, all the mate rials and workmanship necessary for the construc tion and completion of the house for a Surgeon at the Naval Hospital at Ntvr York, according to the filans and specltlcattons, for the sum of (here write he amount In words,) and should my offer be ac cepted, I request the contract may be prepared and sent to the Nary Agent, at (name the agencv) for elgnature and certificate. (Here the bidder and each member of the Arm are to sign ) Form of Guarantee, The undersigned, (name of guarantor.) of (name the town.) and stale of (name the state.) and (name of second guarantor, Wo,) hereby undertake that ine Boove naraea (nameiae piauer or Diaaen,) win, If his or their offer at above be accepted, enter Into contract with the United States, within fifteen days after the date of notice, through tbe post of fice, of the acceptance of his or their offer before mentioned. witness) (signatures or guarantors ) 1 certify that the above named there name the guarantors) are known to me to be good and re- ponaaDie guarantors in inis case. .signature' j To be signed by the district judge, district attor tr. collector, navy agent, or some person known to the bureau to be responsible. To guard against otters being opened before the time appointed, bidders are requested to endorse on the envelope, above the address, aod draw a line under the endorsement, thust "Propotaltfor burgton't Mount for the havy Yard at irw ivrc - to tne Chierortne uureauoi varus and Docks, Washington, D. C. nov 24 law w COn HEWAIID. St raved on Saturday even i&4t lng. from No. 4ST, I street, a large bjack MULE, with heavy tail. Whoeer returns him will receive the above reward. nOV 24 It II. UA11NFS & CO. 1 EDWARD LYCKTT, U liookbluder, No. 271 Pcnn, Ave , Washington, D. C. Books bound In eerystle Turkey, Morocco, nuius. ana ... je .. NOW IS THE TIMETOBUY YOUR CLOTH lngof L. A. BEAM. & CO, No. 381 Seventh street, sep 25 3m between UK, nplIB LOVERS OF TUB WEED can find fits' CIQAH AND fliBACCO ICNPOHIV.lt, Louis iana avenue, adjoining; Bank o( Washington, nov 30 Iw QLD DEMAND NOTFS. V. S. TRKASURY NOTFS, CERTIFICATES or INDEBTEDNESS, And SILVER bought at the hit hett price, hj RITTENHOUSE, KANT Jc CO , oet 2 1m Bankers, No. 162 Penn. avenue. DIl. I.OCKWOOD continue, th. prM tic. of Dentistry, In th. Wuhlnrton Building, corner l-ennsyivania avenuo sou oevcnin aireei. Having practiced In th. South nearly alxteen sears, h. feels assured that he can give sstlafactlon to any that may call. Teeth inaerted on Vulcanite, Rubber, or Go Plate. Chloroform administered when desired. aug 1 tf rilHE CHEAPEST CLOTHINQ HOUSE IN X town Is st L. A. BEALL&CO, No. 301 seventh street, s. as Sin between 1 and K. -IITIIKIIK. OH WIIKHK IN IT! Who Is TT there among )ou that Is not In w.nt of something In the way of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hata, Capsl And the beat place to get them la at the most popular Clothing House of J. 11 Ml'lTII a CO , No. 400 Seventh alref t, where ) ou can And the grrateat variety of Clothing and Furn ishing Gooda for Men and Boa' wear. We can safely aay that our stock of Clothing excels an)- thing In this market, and our reputation for selling Good Goods Cheap ls'true butthe old inaxlm.that " a nimble alxpence Is better thsn a slow shilling,' la the principle that haa milt up our Immense trade. Our present stoik of Clothing wo otter at ery low prices, and we aro all Ihe time receh Ing new goods from our Manufacturing establishment, No. 40 Weat Baltimore street. Do not fall to call tt 1. H. SMITH U CO'S., No, 400 Seventh street, where )ou csn by Clothing at tremendous bsrgslns. J. II SMITH fc CO , tlothlers, No. 400 Set enth street, and corner Twentieth street snd Pa. avenue, nov 21 dtdeel SWrWAflJM VxiilrfflHrt tr n aaenla. A ftp MTW, Grand Lode of I nltrA epecUl Communication of the a Utfn of P. and A. M. of the District of Columbia, will be held on WhDJfBSDAY EVE llta, the seth lulant.atiH osloekf at Masonic Hall, corner of U and Ninth streets. Punctual attendance Is mitteitfd. " W.MORUM SMITH, nor 2i-M,Tufc,W ,. Grand Secretary. rfIOw It Tathe C0tmfrrtotftr,taat I shaft eon.lder rrery man who whines about "Peace," or i"Compremise,"f or tne ."H-iacAS (YtasaMraJ1 or the CONrTfrirriotf." dui-lnr our deal trYruKxle distressing as that of Laoooon a iEAiTon.an imbecile, or a v-dwahu. wnmii v we mean to be whipped! The powers of a Presi dent, under a severe state iwwMttj, are very broad. Had not the writ of lltt orpu$ been suspended, there would' have been a thntond lying, bawllns; Tnarroas among us, whilst now not a dog of them dares to wag his tongue. Dut the Constitution may ftattf to bt violated, by the President Indeed, by uongren. au coniiiiuiione nnif, wmriiDin, fAll before the great runrosE Of -fill constitutions Public SArrrr. Our Judges mar have to be torn from their life-benches and sent to Botany Bay chesana sent to uotsnrusr.or to the Australian mines. The " shoe-bread" ot the Itebrewi. or the Mvestatflre'? of the Greeks mutt give way to tbe Peeservatiok of the state. The stern, democrat! Romans laid aside their constitu tion In order to protect their Capitol Matmt the marmlllo Antonlus. Let no one fear Dcctato In this country. We have no man among us great enough for a dictator. This country don't breed them. But the GovEEEHEirr. the CovifTnr, must be sustained dictator or no dictator. Talk about Judicial process, trial by Jury, when the country is sinking f I have no confidence In Jurors at anytime, and especially now, t have, however, been led from the object of my advertisement! II was to Invite the . i" a- --...f a 11.. ti,. tiuiM.iii people to read my recent letter to tho President, King toe immeuuiD twin unai tuxmiiuu ui imj , a Necessitt, and under the Was power. I un- dent and people begin to call me an Abolitionist. I want them to do so but not one of the dd Aboli tlonlstsi for I never sawoneofthoaecrraurfi. K.ST WICK KVANStf nor so at Counsellor at Law. 1- . pi-wt . B . T i 1 O O X DRAKE'S PLANTATION. BITTERS. They purify, strengthen, and Invigorate. Thaw rrat a httaVithv annetlte. They are an antidote to change of water and diet. They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours. They strengthenthesystem and enllvsn the mind They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent fevet s. TheypurlfythebrcathandacldJty of the stomach. They cure Dyspesla and Constipation. They oure Diarrhaa, Cholera, and Cholera Mor bus. They cure liver Complaint and Nervous Head- They are the best Bitters In the world. They make the weak man strong, and are exhausted nature'a great reatorer. They are made of pure St. CrolK Rum, the celebrated Callsaya Bark, roots and herbs, and aro taken with tbe pleasure of a beverage, without regard to age or time of day, Particularly recommended to delicate bersons re- :e pen all C 2umng genu nmuiaiii. bo iruggists, Hotels, and Saloons. out ring a gentle stimulant. Drurrlata. Hotels, and Salo Sold by all Grocers, aTfl.I1 UliAnb Ok. eS5 6m CO , 2Q3 Broadway, New York. EfBatchelor'e Hair Dye The Best lu the Worlds- Willi am A. Batchclor's celebrated Hair Dye produces a eolor not to be distinguished from naturei warranted not to injure Hair In the least remedies the lu-etrects or nan ayes, ana invig orate the Hair for life. GRKY. RED, or RUSTY the Hair for life. GREY. RED. or RUSTY R Instantly turns a splendid Black or Brown. ing tbe hair soft and beautiful. Sold by all trlatl. tc. J i. .i t tar a a irstlrf CiD HAIR li leaving nritrtTiBi SJF inegenuiuriSaHKaarM n. . ont viif.a-svm, onthe four sides or each box. Factory, No. 81 Barclay street, (Late 233 Broad way and li Bond,) New York. ' my 25ly El The O re at PennsylTsvnls. Route. The aulckest and safest route to the Northwest and out h west, Twothrourh trains dally, and one on Sunday. Soldiers' tickets at Government rates to all the principal points In the North and West. For tlcketa and further Information apply at the of fice of the "Great Pennsylvania Route." northeast corner Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth street, un der National Hotel. Office open from 7 a. m. to 0 p. m.ton Sundays 1 1 4 p, m. 11 K. O. NORTON, aug 8 ly Agent. E-Special Notice. On and after Tuesdai, April l, 1863, the trains on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad will commence running dally, (Sundays excepted,) leaving this Station at 7.40 a.m., and connecting at Washington Junction with Mall Train for all parts of the West U Wheeling or Parkersburg, Through tickets sold and baggage checked. W. P. SMITH, M. of Transportation B. X o. R. R. ap I-dtf JCF" Weston'a Proareaa of BlaTeryV Copies ofthls work are for sale at the office of the National Republican. Pamphlet edition, 23 cents. Bound edition, 75 cents. LJ?. J i. .i a tara a a irstlrf no GRAND ADVANCE OP TUB ARMY, and clothiers are crying up the great advance of clothing, but we are selling at a small advance on old prices. We ha e a largo stock on hand, and are selling them off to make more room, for we have a very large stock of Clothing at our manufac tory, and are now running off our stock at less than wholesale prices to make room. We hai e al ways been fighting against high prices, and shall continue todo so. Mr. SMITH Is In the market all the time, and Is enabled to furnish our store with a superior stock, and we cannot be undersold by any one. We have the means to sell cheap, and are determined to do It at SMITH ; BEALL'H, No. 301 Seventh street, nov 21 dtjanl Near K street. SEAIRD PROPOSALS are Invited untU the fith of December, 1802, for furnishing the Sub sistence Department with 400 TONS OF HAY In bales. The first delivery to be commenced on or about the 12th of December, and '.ne whole quantity put in neiora me cna oi saia mucin. Th. llsy to b. shipped by water anddellvered on the wharves at Sixth street, and weighed In Wash- lorton, D. C. Bidders must state In their bids th. Drlce ner loo pounds at which they will furnish th. hay. Firms making blda muat atate the names of all the partlea Intereefed. Payment to be made In Treasury notes, or such funds as Government may have for distribution. Bids to be directed to Col. A. BECK WITH, A. D. C and C. S., U. 8. A., aod endorsed " Propossls for Hay." nov So DO YOU KNOW IT 1 If you do not, call at SMITH k BEALL'8, No. 301 Seventh street, near K atreet, and buy youraelf a nice ault of Clothing from them, aa they have Just recelt ed a new and splendid assortment, nov 21 dtdecf SMITH . IIEAIX, No. 301, Set enth street, between I and K streets, It the place to bu) ) our winter Clothing, They aell cheap. Try them. nov 21 Utdecl fliOA REWAiiD.-strajed, three HOUSES, tpU from my pf emlsea, one Bay, a tery line riding horaei and one Sorrel, with one whit, spot in his lorenesat ana one ursy, wiin . cui mane and aore back. All three between 6 and 7 years old. The above reward will be paid to any on. bringing th. horses to tOVVESAUS Loan Beer House, corner sixth aud B streets, Cspltol Hill, nov21-3t F ALL, AND "IVINTKR GOODS, MILITARY AND CIVILIAN, WALL, STKPHF.N8 At CO , are now opening their Fall and Winter Goods, embracing fine Dress Coats, Doeskin Pants, ests, ka, A large and well selected Stock of line heavy Oercoat We hae also a complete assortment of Business Suits, made in the most durable manner. Officers will find our Military Goods desirous to their wants. Heat) Woollen Blankets, for camp use at reasonable prices. WALL, STEPHENS h. CO , 3'4J Pennsylvania avenue, between oo27 dtf Ninth and Tenth streets. COO doi. Hermetically Sealed Goods, consisting ot fj YUlts,Jeilie, Meals, egeiao.es, ricK.es, . ,, Just received and for sale at New lork market prices ai no 13 TOIt HAJL.K- OSTHEIM BROTHERS. One undivided Third Interest In . CONANTS POLLMORAMA.or JJ HTANLKYfc CONANTS POLLMORAMA,or Gigantic Illustrations of the War, now In successful nitrhtBtn Boston. Anv person deslrlm iff to traiel, it. For ftir- can make a very profitable Investment ther Information, address J. M. STANLEY, or call, Detwren i ana n -9,101 it p. m , at o 4we1.11. si , bet. I and K. nor 31 lw I?OIl IlISNT, A PART OF A FURNISHED ? HOUSE, pleasantly located Street cars run ning; past the house. Kent will be taken in board. Heference gli tn and required. Address " Milton," at this office. nov 81 pVANK St, WATSON'S PHILADELPHIA, SALAMANDER, FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF A F B S. 8"'"'"'0U,"0"r"",rp,.Uelphl.1P.. Orders received by IT. Ss DllblltCnVi Corner of Seventh and D streets. Washincton, D C. jan 11 ly aw :asr-tyjtfc',Jfc-u dUgss'?