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WASHINGTONftL;C. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1862.
VOL. II,
NO. 312.
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UNtOiniTI IM ALABAMA. -
"The Atlanta (Georgia) fti(Wir has
been Informed that tho cltltena of llantsTllle,
Alabama; lately hnnff In effigy Nicholas DTli,
Jerrf Clemens, and George Wi Une.ofthat
place, pn account of their unlonlim. . Lane It
openly for Llncoln.iind.weal off, with the re-
tlrinr Yankeea. Clad
l ana ibtw rcauia m
home,' but It six-roail
pie hare no confi-
acnco in ineir nous
outn."
That the peopkj
(North may know tho
political aut'na of.t
oto named gentlemen,
Judge Lane II at tfiffphim mam Clemena and
Darla were botlViaembers of the, contention of
AlabamityhajjlJied the ordinance of aecestlon,
elected aa Kiloa man and pledged to realsU all
attempt to aererthe connection of Alabama aa
a membVJ9f JhJtcralOorernaleaifCtenena
h.i liAmakl jaanaAeft Kaa VM.a.Ha ftsC etaw. . stale. La
reAcW MoioCfyf jgjjyrayfjrbtlon of
the office of major genefSTof ft form of Ala
bama, an office, the temre ornrhlch; the con
TenUgn.Buda for Ufc.JCJJDd.;ooitT-'
menta, amounting' tO !oymi IhonnaoU dollars
per annnm. Of course Jerry went for Immedi
ate secession.. Toted for andslrowtboordl
nance, and Issued an address to the people of
Alabama, assigning his reasons for a change of
his opinions, that his position and opinions
were, so veil and'citenstrcly known to' the
Democratic party In the North that his action
In going with the South would hare great In
fluence in, bringing the Democratic party North
to a proper sense of .redressing the wrongs of
the Injured i and trodden-down South.". Darls
voted against the ordinance of secession In the
contention as he bad promised the people of
bis county, bnt immediately thereafter signed
the ordinance; and was soon elected a member
of the rebel Congress, which seat ho held till
the "Interesting cabal" remoTed their scat of
gOTcrnment to' Richmond i. and such has been
Davis teat In tho rebel cause, that he gare tight
thousand dollar towards, the establish meni of
a gun Manufactory1 at Hnutsvlllo. Hon, Geo.
S. , Houston has been ousetted throughout the
North as another good Union man while a year
ago now, he was making speeches through his
district, to Induce the poor white men to volun
teer In the rebel army, and has done as much
to promote the rebellion as any other man In
North Alabama. He was perfectly willing to
accept a seat In tho rebel Congress'as Senator
from Alabaman year ago, but now, seeing their
cause has become hopeless, he would be per
fectly .willing to accept from Mr. Lincoln the
office of Military Governor, of Alabama. So
would Jerry, and so would Nicholas Dayls. Jt
Is not, Ave months'slncethls same -"Atlanta
Confederacy1 proclaimed 'that Clemens and
Davis were the leadenot the secession party In
North Alabama. " Vkhitab.
.P.' S. It may be, If truth were known, that
both Jerry and Ntchola were silent spectators
to the burnlng-trf their own-efflgtes, and may
have winked at this endowment of their Union
ism at all events,, they do. not seem to bare
stood In much dread of an Indignant people.
Perhaps they have been spared for the good
tney nare none 10 me rcue fauRc.
For the National Republican.
THE NEW BALTIMOUK'jAII.
' lULTtMORt, November 23, 1803.
During the present, week, bsvlng spent a few
days with a much esteemed friend who now
holds a high position In the municipality of
Baltimore,'!, availed myself of his official In
troduction tn order to view and examine tho
new Jail, of which I had heard a favorable ac
count from, gentlemen whose acquaintance with
prison architecture and the requisite appoint
ments of such buildings entitle their opinions
to great respect. I was the more anxious to
pay a visit to tho pew Jail of Baltimore because,
as an old citizen of Washington, well acquaint
ed withr tb'e deficiencies and miseries' of onr
county prison, and Us being presented as a nui
sance for many years past by successive grand
Juries, I wished to call the attention of Con
gress to the subject and to, point out any Im
provements which I might deem worthy of spe
cial or veneral notice. But I must content mv-
sclf for the present with a brief statement of
what I saw yesterday through the kind atten
tion of the obliging and ' Intelligent ward
en, Mr. Thomas V. James, who accompanied
me through the different departments of the
prison. The Jail, tt appears, contalasSOOceUs.
and each prisoner occupies one cell. All tho
occupied and unoccupied cells which I entered
and minutely examined were In excellent order,
clean, wholesome, and free from any disagree
able odor. And I mar truly ear that In no
part of the building could I perceive any of
tnose siCKening ana onensivc oaoni wuicn- are
so generally found In old and badly constructed
prisons, and which are probably unavoidable In
such Jails as that of Washington city. Tbecu
Unarv department of the Baltimore lall'ls pro
vided with every modern improvement, and the
baking ana cooking apparatus appear to woric
admirably. Being present at the dinner hour I
saw the dinners of all the prisoners . drawn up
to the corriders by machinery on trays, so that
eacn prisoner nsa nis meats conveyeu 10 mm
In his cell. In this way the noise, confusion
aud Inconvenience of eolng to and from a com
mon dlnlnir room were entirely avoided. In
less than twenty minutes, as the" warden In-
lormea me, me meai was gono mrougu ana
ended.
The chapel on the third story Is a neat and
capacious iiau, as large, 1 turn, as the units
rian church In Washington, aud capable of scat
lug 600 persons. The prisoners generally at
tend the religious services, which are conduct'
ed in turn by clergymen of different denonilua
t Ions there belnc no salaried ChSDlaln.
I was conducted through what the warden
cauca me "privilege witness rooms," wmcu
are provided with irood beds and suitable furni
ture. These rooms are occupied by persons
Who cannot find ball for their appearance at
court ajurUfuuctlncrlmlnal cases. To theso
persons every privilege, and liberty aro grauted
during weir stay in me prison.
There Is a library for the use of the convicts.
In which are found good religious books, ant!
some wonts oi uisiory ana iravcis, ucsiaes sev
eral volumes of Harper Magazine, aud other
celebrated periodicals.
The ventilation of tho prison Is excellent.
The cells are all warm and comfortable at this
time of the year. In summer they are very cool
aid refreshing.
The warden, whose management Is very cred
itable and praiseworthy, Informed mo that thero
are now confined In this Jfttl 280 persons, In
which number there are 315 whlta and colored
men, besides 45 white women aud 35 colored
f Am ales.
The warden also Informed me that the Jail
physclan, Dr. J. F. Powel, has very few prison
ers to attend at this time. I learn from the
worthy and efficient mayor of Baltimore,' that
the total coat of this new Jail amounts to about
1 350,000., It Is exclusively a city prison. T,
Naval. Assistant Paymaster 8. R. purtls
bas been ordered to tbo Pawnee.
Acting AssUtaut Paymasters J. R. Mleker
and E. R. Morfatt, baro been, ordered to tbe
Mississippi squsdron.
Acting Assistant Paymasters Wm, K. fiher-
noun uu wntu ,;, uiunuiug, uro wu ui'
deced to tbe mortar flotilla In tne western gulf
squadron.
OUTflBIUC NKYVM PROM TUB III C 11
MOHDPAPKIIS OF SATURDAY.
Destruction of TabWeco.
We learn that the value of the tobacco de
stroyed In Fredericksburg will reach some mt
entV'flve or a hundred thousand doll an, The
sodocco was seiaeu oecause ii was Deiieyca ii
had been bronzht to Frcdericksburff for the
purpose of bartering It off to Northern men In
tho event of the town being agsln- occupied by
luejreaerai army
After the tobacco had been consigned to the
bottom of the river several parties attempted to
"fish up" a pile on their own account, and It
Is said one man had raised a hundred boxes,
but the affair com lhir to the ears of the military
the offender was arrested and the tobacco sent
back to the bottom of the river.
Prom' the Sowthweat.
Mo silk, Nor. SO. A letter In tho AdvtrtUcr,
and lUgitter, dated Abbeville, 15th, says I '
The army has been on the tptt Wm for a week
past, anticipating an. attack from the enemy.
'TOraavlnfbnnatlon was received that the
'4bolHTonl'iUhaTe retired somedlitancet ' from
their' movements, it Is-difficult to conjecture
whether they meditate an attack upon Pember
ton's army or not. It Is certain they haro ad
vanced their forces from Jackson, Bolivar, and
a portion from Corinth, to La Grange and
Grand Junction. At the latter place. General
Grant has established his headquarters.
Our army occupy a position of great natural
strength, are well fortified, and have been man
ifesting great impatience to .advance upon the
Invading force. It is not thought probable
that ths enemy will hazard an engagement.
HimttofOsri Vane. of North Carolina
rULitojiyN. C., Nov, 18. The Legislature
of this State convened yesterday, and. Governor
Vance sent In bis messsgo to-day. He takes
and 'proposes a reserve force of ten thousand
men for the State, to be discharged in the
spring, m time ror. ineir. larming operation.
How to raise this force he leaves to the Legis
lature to decide;
He complains or the bad faith or lue con
federate Government In sendfng agents Into
this State for clothing and supplies, after agree
ing not to do so If the State undertook to clothe
her ,own tooops, He lias made arrangements
Ifl remove large supplies of bread ttuffa from the
counties threatened by the enemy, and recom
mends an embargo on clothing and breadstuff,
except for the Confederate Government.
He urges stringent measures against specu
lators and more stringent measures against
deserters and their alders and abettors. The
bulk of the message Is devoted to local topics.
Lalcr from Nassau Xa of a Ntamr
Charleston, Nov. 1U. Nassau dates to the
10th Inst., have been received. They bring ac
counts of the .loss of tho steamer Kelsle, fifty
miles off the coast. She was run into, aban
doned, and soon after- sunk. She was one of
three light draught steamers built expressly on
the Clyde to run the blockade. One, the Josna,
waa sunk In the Clyde. The other having not
been heard from Is also supposed to be lost.
General JolinatonM
The Charleston Mercury'' Richmond corres-
Sondent asserts positively that Gen. Joseph E.
ohnston has been ordered to Tennessee, and
will have charge of tho Army of tho West.
v Tho Fever tn Wilmington.
The Wilmington Journal (the publication of
which lias teen resumed; states mat a few
casea of yellow fever stilt occur In that place.
and deaths are not un frequent, but tho power
of the disease Is broken,-' audlhq citizens are
returning. ' " ,"
The official reoorts from the besrlnnlnir of
tho disease to the 15th of November, show
1,505 cases of yellow ferertohareoccnrred.and
44iaeains,Duiaaaiuonaiiaciswarranune,fi7ur
nat Infixing the number of deaths, white and
black, tn and around the city, at 054.
Army Co rreipou deuce.
Camp Wiluambport, near
AVIlllsmsport, Md., Nov. 22, 160 J.
Editor Republican i Having a little wrltlog ou
hand, I may aa well drop you a few lines con
cerning the condition and health of our regi
ment, while I luve my hand In.
We have been lying hero for tho past six or
eight weeks, In statu rno. Jackson Is still In
the Valley of Virginia, and reports say ho In
tends making another visit to " My Maryland. V
If he does, rest assured be will be received lu
true military style.
The typhoid fever Is prevailing In our camp
extensively at present; but we hope to overcome
that soon, as we take every precaution to pre
vent Its extending further. We have good
tents, and the officers provide everything they
possibly can to preserve and advance tho health
of their men.
I have a sad accident to record, resulting In
the death of a member of company IT, of our
regiment. (Win. Moor,) a pious and orderly
man, and a good soldier. A companion of his
was handling his musket, In the tent, when It
went off. the contents passing through Moor's
neaa, tuning mm aimosi instanuy. ins nouy
was sent to bis friends, In Clearsprlng, Mary-
lana.
Yours, ifcc,
Sergeant,
Sixth Md. Regiment.
Ilovr Confederate was "Fooled,"
Tennessee Correspondence Cincinnati Com menial,
The following case, Illustrating tho "audacl
ty of the Federals,'1 Is worthy of record: ,
During the progress of one of tho encouuters
by the reconnoitre! ng party on the 8th, Lieut.
Nell, of Major Burchs battalion, of the Second
Illinois cavalry, rode up to a Confederatecaral
ryman, and with pistol In hand demanded a
surrender. The rebel did not hesitate a mo
ment to eay, rather aUrlghtedlyi
" Yea yes I surrender! don't shoot."
"Let mo havo your arras,' said Nell.
The Southerner quickly haoded to his captor
a carbine aud two six-shooters, all loaded.
This new armament somewhat embarrassed
Nell. Like the man who won the elephant at
a raffle, he was a loss to know what to do wllb
It. Finally bo asked the prisoner to hold his
(Nell's) pistol, while ho disposed of the cap
tured arms by strapping them on his saddle.
Tho Confederate took occhbIoii tuexainlno
the lieutenant's weapon, and after looking ut
It minutely, exclaimed, very truthfully t "Well,
I'm a an wuu arcn-i4goou one on mo, to sur
render to a man that hasn't got tho sign of a
load In his pistol." Tho chagrin of the rebel
was only exceeded by his full appreciation of
the Joko which had been played on him. lint
like many otber men In tbU world, bo had
fonnd out bis mlntake when It wustoo late j aud sis, Gout, Rheumatism, Tumors, Bronchitis, Piles
how that be had delivered up bis weapons of I In a week.Tjphold Fever lu a few dats, Luchor
death, there was nothing left for hlin buttorhtB or Whiles. Sure cure for scrofufa and Can
which he had showu the white feather, aud to
admire the pluck of his captor, while ho won
dered, at his coolness.
Immense Ahmv Moving Down the Missis
sippi. Between 23,000 aud 30,000 troops hard
passed down the rlvcrwithtntbo last twp weeks.
Those going down during last week. went. In
Memphis and Helena moat of them to the for
mer, It Is now understood that Gen. Sherman,
at present In Memphis, will co-operate with
Gen. Grant, now uiovlug agalnftt the enemy In
Mlsslsalppl. From this It would appear that
tho report that the now troops now going do n
the river are to bo oreuulzed Into a distinct army
finder Gen. McClernund ts not correct. Never
heless, we should not be surprised to hear of u
uig rise in me out f Qiner or waters very soon,
which will effectually wssli out Yicksburg, and
open tbe channel clean through to the Gulf.
BicofHS. Tho J.undlce 1. tald to prevail'
lu our camps to considerable extent.
AccowMbDATrOTSronTRoflMiTNirwToiit1.-
JVbv.Sl. In tonseouetice 'of ctnnrjlalnta' rela'
tire to Insufficient quarters being; provided for
the troops arriving' in this City, 'as alleged,
through Inattention on the part' of officials, a'
Tib ii, was paia ai iu oeiocK io-nignuDT aiajor
General Banks, Gov. Morgan and Col. llowe to
tho Park Barracks, where a most thorough and
searching Investigation was personally made,
resulting fn',the complete refutal ,of snch
charges. .Tho quarters were found ample; well
ventilated and clean, the food excellent, and the
men themselves declaring that their wants were
supplied to a sufficiency; '
OAK II AIL CLOTII1N U HQVpK, No. 40
PertBth street, near F streett th .Great Paiar
of Fashion, where vou can And the best cut and made
cioiningior Men ana Boss1 wear that the market
can produce, and our iirlcet.'mr cheapness, and dui
rsbllltjr of our goods, defy competition. (Our
neighbor Smith, two doors abort to long noted tot
selling clot hi as; less than 'any house tn the dtjyin
k private conversation. acknetJledtred to us' that
ourBojY blothlojc was the but made and out goods
he erer sawtaod, If Ihe.clllieet of Washington
were posted In the goods I have, my store, would
beowrrua with ladles and gentlemen In want of
ciouilaif, and 1 only wish to hat e you call and see
our beautiful assortments of clothing, and 1 think
that our prices and goods will more than pay you
for calling at the Leading Clothing House. No. 404
Seventh street, ner F street, two doors below
smiut's.
Everybody' knows Smith, but, Instead of calling
at his place, eorae In two doors below. v
N. D I hare a special word to say to the Ladles,
that J can please them better than ever in Boys'
Clothing, as my stock excels anything I ever had.
J. BRUCE bt CO.,
Formerly at Odeon HJl,
oov 21-dtdect Now at Oak Hall.
a O T I C K
IT 1 ....nl. I.h
Collection DtttHctfor the District of CotumbU.
All nersons concerned 1n the United Stntei as
sessment, on Licenses. Goods. Wires. Trsdes or
Occupations, Merchandise, fee, fco., per act of
Cengresa approved July 1, 1B63, who reside In the ,
District or Columbls,are hereby notlued that the
assessment list Is now ready at myofflce,WiMry
land avenue, la the Seventh ward, Washington city,
for their examination and Ins)ectlou, and will re
main open for such Inspection until the 28th day of
November, isoti also, that the undersigned will,
for the space of fifteen daj s after the expiration of
the time thus allowed for Inspection of said list,
remain In his ottlce. at the ulace before named.
during the hours between 9 o'clock a. m.t and 4
o'clock p. ni., to hear and determine on alt appeals
which may be exhibited against the proceedings of
me AHiimui Aiiciiuri
All appeals must be made In wrltlog specif) lug
the
articular cause, matter or thing respecting
which a decision Is ft
eou
luested, and shall state the
ground or principle of Inequality or error com-
plained of.
P. M. PKARSON,
If. 5. Alienor for Voilealon IHthict,
District of Cof imid.
iStar.J
GHANO ADVANCE OF TIIKAHMY OP
THE POTOMAC, and all the stores are cry
ing up the prices of their goods but SMITH fc
BEALUNo. 301 Setentli street. We are able to
srll good clothing nearly as cheap as ever. We
have been lighting against high prices for the last
year, and our stock now Is good, and we are able to
sell at low prices..
SMITH la all tlia lime In the market picking up
goods at old prices, and that Is one reason we un
dersell all others. We have the means and ability
tb sell cheap, and we will do it, as our customers
want Good Clothing at low prices, and we are just
the men to sell It to them. A call is solicited at the
CUEAP CLOTHING IIOVSE of
SMITH fc liKALL,
Clothiers,
No. 301 Set enth street,
nor 21 dtilrd First door below the market.
CO TAKE NOTICE. CQ
M. T. PARKER,
NO. 69 LOUISIANA AVENUE,
Respectfully and cheerfully returns thanks for the
liberal patroosge hitherto received.
Hat Ing every facility for doing
THE BEST
HOUSE, SIGN,
AND DECORATIVE
PAINTING.
.Together with all work pertaining to a FiaiT
class Painting Establishment.
He has no hesitancy In soliciting a continuance
of the public's favor.
Hit rrlct are Reasonable
Ttte Work Uiieieeptlonabltj
And particular attention Is paid to
PROMPTNESS IN DELIVERY.
Cf-Remember the number I
tut Louisiana Avenue,
oct 21 3m bet. Sixth and Seventh streets.
pALI. AND WINTER GOODS.
MILITARY AND CIVILIAN.
WALL, STEPHENS & CO , are now opening
their Fall and Winter Goods, embracing line Dress
Coats, Doeskin Pants, Vests, &c. A large and well
selected Stock of One heavy Overcoats. We have
also a complete assortment of Business Suits, made
in the most durable manner.- Officers will find our
Military floods desirous to their wants. , Heavy
Woollen Blankets, for camp use at reasonable
prices. WALL, STEPHENS ft CO.,
3'4'J Pennsylvania aienue, between
oc21 dtf Ninth and Tenth streets.
DH. LOCUAVOOD eoutluuea the prac
tice of Dentistry, In tho Washington Building,
corner Pennsylvania atenue and Set enth street.
Hat Ing practiced In the South nearly sixteen years,
he feels assured that he can give satisfaction to any
that may call.
Teeth Inserted on Vulcanite, Rubber, or Go
Plate. Chloroform administered when desired.
aug 1 tf
V( K W YORK UUNINGNH,
LAW, FINANCIAL AND COLLECTING.
INVOICE BILLS A BUSINESS NOTES NEGOTIATED,
PadTESTED Notes and Deferred ArrquNTS
Bouohtand Collected.
STOCKS AND BONDS. BOUGHT AND SOLD
EXCLUSIVELY ON COMMISSION.
GOVERNMENT CLAIMS SOUGHT.
lly G. Z. HOUSE,
Counsellor at Law,
!45 Nassau street, New York.
S3" Ten years In state and United States Courts.
Ad Ice gratis. apis
RECOMMEND MRS. WREN'S TREATMENT
for Neuralgia, sue hat ing cureu me t ery soon.
M. Johnson, Pension Office,
Call and see how many respectable citizens have
:... rumi hv mv hand magnetism, of prtu-
IMaguetU Plasters and Otntmeut
MRS. WREN, Physician.
go 88 tin 445 K St., bet. 6th and 1th sts.
rH)UACCO AM) NUUAHM
X For Male at Wholesale.
840 boxes of Tobacco, light auddaik,
1 pound Lumps,
Jipouud Lumps,
U pound Lumps, and lu'g,
Stuugross Klne-cut Chew lug, In tin foil, different
brands,
200 gross Pine-cut Smoking, various brands.
ALSO,
liW.uw Segars, suitable for Sutlers aud Retailers.
All of which are ottered at the lowest wholesale
prices, by JAMES WALLACE,
69 Hiirh strepK Onrtnwn. D. C
Goods delivered to any part of the District free
OI (.-liaise. nov to iw
XT O TICK IH 1IEUEUV U1VEN THAT
J.1 in
he t'onsrtnerihlii heretofore litin?liitivn
LVLE fc COFFIN is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. johnl
JOHNG.LYLE,
J. A. COFFIN,
John O. L) le atlll contlnuea tho tmiluni at tha
WaitUntlon, Julf 31, 1B.
Jjffl
OBKAK
ALE.
3
The undersigned halthe lessors of Informing
kecltitrni olWauhlnaTtna' and th vlclnltr.th.vt
r Washington and the vicinity, thai
he has been appoint el Sole Agent for the celebrated
XXX CnRAX AtxfAXD ronTER.
The suDerlorlt of this Ala is so well known thst
the demand for It has been rapidly Increasing since
Its Introduction Into this city. It Is already used
by a large aumbrr.ofprlvsJafamlUes lathe tnatrlct
of Columbia. itjti
xxx1 en 9 i u Ilk
Is brewed exprtsalfifor family use and contains
none of the deleterious substances which are so
frequently introduced Into the manufacture ot Ala
and Porter to assist fcrmeatatton.
ti, , XXX CHS AM ALK
is Dartlcularlv recommended aa a'mlldats w11
pleasant toal.c
, lopwww unrnng iron tae loss oi appeuie me
XXX Cream Ale Is lnralttabld as moil .
ble stimulant, firing a healthy and vigorous action
iu me aiomacDi u
- xxx on J? Ax A'LR
Is highly recomaindMJr saw Ftsttlty of, PtaUdcl-
rhla and by the prtnclpsl hysklans of Washing
on. X..XX OBI! AM ALU L
v la Dint and uuart bottlta and until kra.
la pui u;
(or family um, and la drllrarH to an? part of flit
cttf, frMOf .harfaiaa Uialaa th. aot auparlor
qualltyo! Bottled CUItr.- k , '
-". S. WtXTIICIMCK,
m and M atventh itrnt,
" Bufmtnt, oppotlte F. O.
N. B. XXX AI. and Superior Ckter altrare on
draught at ira and Hi serenUi atrnt, Baumcnt.
noTSO-lm . i .
V
fi Ia e it i !'n o o o
Provisions,
Haras,
Dried Beer,
Beef Tongues,
Cheese,
Sardines, ...
Tngllsh Pkkles, Chow Chow, etc.
Worcestershire Sauce,
Lester's Wine Bitters.
old Brandies,
Madeira, sherry and Port Wines,
Holland Gin,
Lemon, Ginger and Raspberry Syrups,
Chsmpsrnt Wines, various brands,
Assorted Preserves,
Jellies.
Old tVhlsklea, a largs stock In cases,
Aa assortment Catsups, Canned Fruits,
Potted Meats, Soups.Condensed Milk,
Cigars and Smoking Tobacco,
Brandy Cherries,
London Porter and Scotch Ale.
For sale by
NOBR1S, CALWELL Jt CO.,
SIS Pennsylvania avenue,
nor 20-1 m Opposite Willarda Hotel.
mOBACCO AND SEOAR IVAniOIIODH E
WILI.IAU OUOBIE,
WHOLESALE AMD BETA 1 1. DEALS a 1M
TOBACCO and SEGARSsmd MfERJSlUVMnPES,
Corner of Pennsylvania ovemue'and Sixth af.,
WASHINGTON, & C.
Having recently enlarged my Plate of business. I
am now prepared to offer to the cltliena of Wash
ington the best brands of Tobacco andSegars, at
WatOiriaisor rnaii, cueaptr tnan ,cau em DOUgni
elsewhere In ths city.
LA FAYOniTA HUE NO,
uj
ElEOANTEXSt
LA TV&QA,
FLORDEMAYO,
LA ESPTXQLA.
Are excellent brands and every lover of good S
, Also, Smoking Tobacco of all kinds, wholesale
ana retail. -
, WILLIAM CROSSE,
nor so tm Cor. Peon. aye. and sixth st.
NOTICE. '
Judob advocate's Orricc,
Washlngtoa City. D. C, Nov, 15, 18CS.
Applications having been made by ladles, to go
to their friends and families In the South, notlcels
herebr slven that all applicants must make a writ
ten statement to this office, verified by oath, be
tween this date and the It th day of December neat,
settlor forth
First. The name, agi and residence of tbo appli
cant.
Second. Tbe data whan ah oime Within the mil
itary Hoes of the United states, for what purpose,
uu wurrv u ui mugv rcvuicu.
Third. The place she deslret to go to, and the
purpose or object thereof.
Tne persons to whom leave may be granted will
be sent with suitable escort from Washington to
the United states lines In Virginia, with such per
sonal eflrcts as shall be allowed to pass.
No person will be allowed to take more than one
trunk or package of female wearing apparel, weigh
ing not over one hundred pounds, and subject to In
spection, and any attempt or rfTort to smuggle con
traband property will forfeit the same, and subject
the party to Imprisonment during the war.
- L, Cv TURNER,
nor IT Major and Judge Advocate.
Edward Everett's Reply So sm English
Lord.
ay poetical pump.
What have we In America 1
We're wonder great and granJi
We hare the essence of ths earth,
The cream of every land.
Our mountains are magnificent,
Out rlvera are Immense.
And each man has a kingly style,
If not a king's expense.
Our ships are known to all ths world)
The farms cannot be beatj
Our cities, full of luxury,
Are famous for the neat.
We've orators and authors, too,
With Intellects of force- ',
We't e railroads scattered everywhere-
And one Professor Morse"
Our girls have beauty, wit, and grace,
They're charming, sweet, and tatt
But, then, the grand thing we hat e
Is known as great OAK HALL,
Where the fall and winter stock of (trst-class cloth
ing Is now ready In extra abundance and greatest
arlety. All the new-style Overcoats, Sacks, Busi
ness Coats, Peg-top Pants, fcc, selling at prices so
low that everybody will buy and be satisfied.
J. BRUCE fc CO,
Oak Hall,)
No. 44, Seventh street near F,
nov 31 dtdeel Two doors below Smith's.
SEALED PROPOSALS are invited until the
6th of December, ltuxj, for furnishing the Sub
sistence Department with 400 TONS OF HAY In
bales.
The first deth ery to be commenced on or about
thei'ithof December, and tha whole quantity put
In before the end of said month. j
The Hay to be shipped by waterauddelUeredon
tho wharves at Sixth street, and weighed In Wash
ington, D. C.
Bidders must stiite In their bids tbe price per 100
pounds at which they will furnish the ha
Firms making bids must state the names of all the
parties interested.
Pa)menttobemade 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. S. A., and endorsed " Proposals for
Hay." nor 20
VAY COOKE CO.,
0 B A N K E R S ,
No. 4&'J Plfieeuth Street,
dealers In
GOVERNMENT BONDS,
TREASURY NOTES,
AHMV AND NAVV BILlND "IFICAT,
COIN, CURRENCY AND EXCHANGE,
Hlghe.t price paid for
GOLD, SILVER, AND OLD DEMAND NOTES,
octsa 1m
1 1 'II1H 1M TO HIVE IMll'InK' Th.l.U.nh.
X acrlber baa obtained from th. Orphana' Court of
Wailiinnton count)'. In th. Diatrlct ot Columbia,
lettera of administration on the perional eatale of
Nlcholai Sujder, late of Waahlnton count)', de-
i-rn.t-u. A., .iwu,h.,iu ciauua eaain.1 in. lata
deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the aame,
with the vouchera thereof, to the a.bacriber, oo or
before the eighteenth day of November nextl they
may olhrrwue bylaw be excluded Irom all bencUt
or .aid eitate.
Given under my hand tola lath day of November,
A. D. 1863. SARAH SYNDER,
noTl-tawlw AdmlnUtretrlx.
X X
OH T II RIM RKOTIIKKH)
O B T II K 1 M B H'.O.T., UKJRg,
aS PENNlYLVANiAfAVF.NDji;
S PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, '
Brandt of!
3 aoUTH WkLLIAM STREET; NEW. YORK,
3 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET; NjtW'VORlf,
Importera od ' c
CHOICE BRANDIM; AND WINES,
CnOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
CHOICE BRANDIES AND WINES,
And whole ial. dealera In
RTE AND BOURBON WHISKIES,
RYE AND BOtRBON WHISKIES.,
As well as etery variety of
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, ike,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, Ac,
And ths best brands or
GENUINE HAVANA 010 ARS,
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS.
tu 1 '
We also offer for sale a complete assortment of
.. .n H.i.fi !
HERMETICALLY SEALED
FRUITS, MEATS, etc.,
HERMETICALLY-SEALED
FRUITS, MEATS, Jtc.,
HERMETICALLY SEALED
FRUITS, MEATS, 4.C ,
Expressly put up for camp use.
BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET,
BEST GOODS IN TnE, MARKET,,
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES,
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES,
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES,
195 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
SQ5 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Between Ninth and Tenth streets.
Oct 8
rw E A, S I
cash
T A St I I
BPICE8I
GROUND
CO F F EESI!
TOBACCO Bill
A large lnrolce of the above article, are now
being received, and for aale by
D. J. BROWN,
Commlaalon Broker,
No. 8, Washington Building,
Seventh atreet and Penn. avenu..
SUTLERS TAKE NOTICE!
Teaa tn )i pound packa.
Teat In 6, 8, 10, u, , is and 20 pound boxes.
Canned Tomatoes' In 3 doien boxes.
Canned Peachea In 3 doten boxes.
Plcklea In 3 doien boxes.
Gum Crops In AC pound papers.
Gum Drops in 6 pound boxes.
Raisins In boxes and H boxes.
Pepper In 3 ounce papers and In 1 gross boxes.
English Mustard In if pound papera and cans.
English Mustard In ),' and I gross boxes.
Preserved Cherries tn bottles.
Figs In 3V pound drums and I pound boxes.
Lemon Syrup In bottles.
PLUG TOBACCO,
FINE-CUT TOBACCO,
CIGARS.
For aale by
D. I. BROWN,
No. , Washington Building,
Seventh street and Penn. avenue,
Washington, D. C.
no,
'IX THE OFFICERS! OP THE ARHY.
Just arrived, by direct Importation per steamer
Fulton, from Europe, . very line and large aesort
ment of Marine, Opera, Field Glasses, and Tele
scopes, which I will sell a very little above the
cost In Paris. As to the qualltlea, there are none
superior to be had, harlog been selected purposely
for this market. Also, a large and well-aasorted
stock of Opera Glasses, Microscopes gold, silt er,
and steel Spectacles and E) e Glasses, suited to the
sight by the use of an Optometer. A considerable
number of certlncatea to be seen at my office, from
gentlemen who hate been suited at my establish
ment. 425 Pennsylvania avenue, between fbur-end-a
half and Sixth ttrtltt.
My Eet.bllshuieni la up atmlra,
CTatMi Jilted to lull. The trade supplied.
Oct 10 ly
APPLICATIONS for Duplies. Liud
Ws.rrauu.
Application hat log been made under the act of 33d
June, meu. for the reissue of the Land Warrants
described herein, which are alleged to have been
lost or destroyed, notice is hereby given that, at
the date following the description of each warrant,
a new certificate of like tenor will be Issued If no
valid objection should then appear.
No. 88, 1S3, for 160 acres, Issued under the act of
March. IBM, In the name of Rachel, widow of Thos.
Men&ith. and was granted March 2, 186ft Decem
ber fl, lsai.
No. S3I08, for 120 acres, lasued under the act of
March, ItttS. In the name of Arnold Harrington, and
waa rranted September 17. ISfii Januarv 4. 1803.
iiu, Dj,B,, mr isu auirei, inuru uuuer ie act ui )
March, IBM, In the names of the minor children ot
nu ij,sr, iui iv" avirsi isiusi4 uuuti iitf mt Ml
ji.iotn vitiiuu) tt, lovd.
No. 100,847, for 160 acres, Issued under the act of
March 1HM, in the name of Ansel Allen, and was
ranted March 13, 186?-January 18, 1863.
No. 100,360, for 160 acres. Issued under the act nl
March, ISM. In the name of Rachel, widow ol Geo.
Harner, aud was granted January 0, 1863 February
8, 18U3.
JOSKPH II. DARRF.TT,
Commissioner.
W
ATKH NOTICE.
In conteauenceof the lowness of the witfrln
tne uenerai rtesenoir it wm be necessar;
will be necessary, unless
s practiced, for the Gov-
the supply to cltliens en -
great economy oi water is pi
ernment soon to shut off the
tireiv
All persons are, therefore forbidden to use the
hydrants on PennsyUanla avenue, or on any streets
or avenues under the care and supervision of the
Commissioner of Public Buildings, for watering the
streets or pavements, or for any prh ate purpose
whatever-
And all persons using the water are urgently so
licited to Le as economical in Its use as possible.
U. U. t-'HFNCII,
sep 30
Commissioner of Public Buildings.
200,000 Domestic Segars, consisting of Seed and
Seed and Hai ana of the best quality, put up In
most desirable styles, for sale at unusually low
prices at
UU Id
OSTHEIM BROTHERS.
100,000 imported Havana Segars, comprising the
choicest brands in the market, just received and
for sal at
no 13
OSTHEIM BROTHERS.
pnopoAr,t ronoATs AifD conis.
DteOT QPARTEBMAITrB'S OfTICC,
Corner 18th and O streets,
Washington. November 24, tftaJ.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this
office until THURSDAY, thesthdayof Dccember,at
12olock M., for furnishing the Government with
(300,000) two hundred thouaaad bushels of Oats and
2oaooo) two hundred thousand bushels of old shell
ed COMN.
cTbaOatstobof a good merchantable quality,
put up In bags of about two bushels each.
Oats will be received by weight, at (S3) thirty-two
pounds to ths bushel. '
Sacks to be furnished without extra charge to the
Government, ,
The Corn to be of a good merchantable quality,
put up in baga of about two bushels each.
Corn will be received by weight at (M) ntty-tU
pounds to the bushel. '
Sacks to be fUrnlahed without eatra charge to the
Government..
Dellrerrtobemade In the city of Washington,
within (25) twenty-flve days from the date of the
contract.
PROPOSALS.
Proposals will be received for (M.oooflfty thou
sand bushels of Oats and upwards, and for (0o,oqo)
flf ty thousand bushels of Cora and upwards.
The propositions for the Oats and Corn must be
on separate papers, and entirely distinct from and
Independent of each other.
The full name and post office address of the bidder
roust appear In tha proposal.
If a bid Is made In the name of a firm, the names
ofall thenartles must appear, or the bid will be
considered t thelndlt ldus.1 proposalof the partner
signing It.
"opi
DOBsls ham dlalnva! nartUa will nnt h nn.
sldered, and an oath or allegiance must accom
PANT EACH mo POSITION.
ProposaU must be addressed to Colonel D. H.
Rucker, Quartermaster U. 8. Army, Washington,
D, O, and should be plainly marked 'Proposals for
Oats and Cora."
flUABANTrr
Theabllltyoftheblddertoniltheeontract.ahould
It be awarded to him. must be guarantied by two re
ponslble persons, whose signatures mustle appen
uva iw ine guaraniee.
Tha responsibility of the guarantors must be
shown bv the official certificate of t he clerk of tha
nearest District Court, or of the United states DIs-
iiki Aiiurucj,
Bidders must be present Id uerson when tbe Mda
are opened, or their proposals will not bo consid
ered. Bonds equal In amount to half the sum to be re
ceiyea on me contract, sirned by the contractor and
both of his eusrantors. will be required of the suc
cessful bidder upon signing the contract.
AS thfl bond mnit i?crimnsln th onntMKt I will
be necessary for the bidden to hare their bonda-
men wnn mem, or 10 nave oomis signed in anticipa
tion and ready to be produced when the contract Is
sirned.
Blanks for bonds can be procured upon applica
tion being made at this office, either personallj-, by
Form ot CuariNJW.
"i .of the eountjrof , and state of
of , do hereby euarantee that - Is able to
fulfil a contract In accordance with the terms of his
proposition, and that, should his proposition be
ba-cificu, jtc wnt uutc cnirr 1010 conirncim
aocordsnee therewith.
Should the contract be awarded him, we are pre
pared to become his securities.
(To this guarantee must be appended the official
vcriiuvKic i"J"B incniiiJDru.1
IHSPKUT1UN. DELIVKHV. tkf
All Oata and Corn COntraUtM fnr unrlmrlhU ait.
Tcrtlsement will be rigldl r Inspected, and such as
do not prove of a good sound merchantable qualltr
will be rejected.
Payment to be made upon the completion of the
contract, or so soon thereafter aa the Depot quar
termaster shall be In funds.
Any Informality In the bid, or nonconformance
with the terms oi this advertisement, will ensure
the rejection of the proposal.
Delivery to be made at the Railroad Depot, or at
one of the Government Wharves in the city of
Washington.
The Depot Quartermaster reserves to himself the
right to reject any or all bids that he may deem too
high.
D. H. RUCKER,
Colonel and Depot Quartermaster.
nor 24-dtDt
GRAND ADVANCE OF TIIK ARUT,
and clothiers are crying up the great advance
of clothing, but' we are selling at a small advance
on old prices. We have a large stock on hand, and
are selling them off to make more room, for we
h e a very Urge stock or Clothing at our manufac
tory, and are now running off our stock at less
than wholesale prices to make room. We hat e al
ways been lighting against high prices, itnd shall
continue todo so. Mr. SMITH Is in tbe market all
the time, and Is enabled to furnish our store with
a superior stock, and tf e cannot be undersold by
any one. We havMhe means to sell cheap, and
are determined to do It at
SMITH & DFALL'S,
No. 3G1 Seventh street,
novSl dtjsnl
Near K street.
KTK AND EAIt.
DEAFNESS.
IMPAIRED SIOItT.
NOISK3 IN Tne HEAD.
Affection, of tho THROAT.
DISEASES OF THE AIR PASSAGES.
CATARRH "PULMONARY.
These maladies are exclusively and successfully
DR. VON MOSCIIZISKEK,
OcVLlST AND AumsT,
tm Penn. avenue, opp. Willarda'.
S3" Numerous Testimonials can be examined at
his ofllce. from cltliens of Washlneton.
O-All surgical operations to restore SIGHT
ana riKAHinuperiormeu. nov 10 1m
JaTOT I
C E
TO THE PUBLIC
IN GENERAL
OOSI.1ND
A U II A N T
AVENUE,
SOUTH SIDE,
(Formerly of New York,)
Has tbe Name and Fame of being one of
THE BEST RESTAURANTS JN TOWN.
CJ-GU e us a trial, and judge lor j ourself.-fctt
Everything In the House is of the
BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS,
Don't forget the number,
'A7 Pennsjhanlaa.enue,
between Twellth and Thirteenth streets.
mar 10 South side.
N
EW INVENTION
ARTIFICIAL CLEOPLASTIO HONK TEC1H,
urlthmit iiital iilula ni olannn hv
1 " " "" t " " -", t
i DR. 8 . D . BIOEHMONI)
uiu Broadway, new )orkand'4Gu Peun. avenue,
between Twemn and Thirteenth sts.,
WA.Sim.OTON, n. c,
Calls the attentlou of the public to the follow ing
advantages of his Imnrov ed si stemi
1st. The teeth of his manufacture will never cor
rode nor change color by any acids, and are three-
murins iignier man any omer.
i. no item uur room orru u.' exiractru, as m
artificial ones can be Inserted ov er them.
3d. The roots will be made Inottenslv e and uev er
to ache.
4th. No temorary teeth are needed, as permanent
ones can be made Immediately, thereby preserving
I the old system, Is fretiueutly dlstl
6th. This work has been fully t
, years, by maoyofihe lirst chemi
1110 alatlUreW rftl'iraUIUU Ul IIIB I awe, WHICH, UleUCr
U!B)laUrVU.
Ilv tested, for over fir
chemists and t.hvli?lana
of this and the old couutry.
Dr. S. has also Invented a white Indestructible
metal BIUhk, with which the most sensitive teeth
can be tilled without pain, and can build up a per
fect sound tooth onTaoy side roots, which will last
through a lifetime.
He refers to the following gentlemen: Dr. V. Mott j
Dr, Doremus, Professor of Chemistry) Hon. A.
Mann, Juu. Capt. Crabtree. Vice President ol the
Emigration Company of New Yorkt Hon. Judxe
Wayne, of the Supreme Court, of Washington, u.
C.t and thousands of others.
Call and examine for yourseli es. nov 8 m
CAMP HTOVEH
CAMP STOVES 1 1
CAMP STOVES II I
We are now man u fact urlod CAMP, COOK and
HE at i no sTOVts. which we will sell br the
dozen or hundred as cheap as they can be bought In
Baltimore.
Jv. It. A tt- ! UM.UUH
nov is
331 Penn. avenue, near 7th street.
sImI
R K s r
Sk . ! ?
PENNSYLVANIA
QPHBR'B) n AMtHCt WtWE.
,rvnc, and roun ycaasoLO,
OF CHOICE OPORTO DRAPE,
FOR PHYSICIANS' USE,
For Frmalee, tally TtrtonJ, and Invalids,
Every family, at this season, should 1110 ths
SAMMJCI'WINE.
Celebrated in Europe for Its medicinal 'and benefi
cial qualities as a gentle Stimulant, Tonic, Diuretic,
and Sudorific, highly esteemed by eminent physi
cians, used In European and American Hospitals,
ana oy some 01 ine am lanuucs in .uropf antv
America.
- AS A TONIC,
It has 00 equal, causing an appetite and building
up the system, being entirely a pure wine of a most
valuable fruit.
AS A DIURETIC,
It Imports a healthy action of the Glands and Kid
neys, and Urinary Organs.very beneficial In Dropsy
Gout, and Rheumatic affections.
SFEER'S WINE
Is not a mixture or manufactured article, but Is
pure, from the Juice of the Portugal Sambucus
Prape. cultivated In New Jersey, recommended by
bemlsts and Physicians as possessing medical pro
perties superior to any other Wines In use, anJ an
excellent article for all weak and debilitated per
sons and tbe ared and Infirm, Improving the appe
tite and benefiting ladles and children.
A LADIES' WINE,
Because It will not Intoxicate as otber wines, as It
contains no mixture of spirits or other liquors, and
Is admired for Its rich, peculiar flavor, and nut ri tire
properties, imparting a healthy tone to the dijreatt
Ire organs, and a blooming, soft, and healthy skin
and complexion.
WE REFER TO
A few well-known gentlemen and physicians who
nave inea 11 e w inn
Gen.Wlnael I Scott,U.SA.
Gov. Morgsn, N.T. state.
Dr.WlUon,llthst..N.T.
Dr. Ward, Newark, N. J.
Dr. Dougherty, Newark.
N.J.
Dr. MarcyNew York.
urJ.iiim,! so, n. r.uirr
Dr. Parker, M.T. Cltr
Drs. DarcyLNlcholLNew
BFK, n. al.
ut. rain, rnuion.
atr"None genuine without the signature of " AL
FRED SPEKR. Fassalc. N. J.." Is over the cork
each bottle.
Cf-MAKE. ONE TRIAL OF THIS WINK.
For sale by Druggists and all first-class Dealers.
A. 8PEER, Proprietor.
Viheyaud Passaic, New Jersey.
OrriCE 208 Broadway, New York.
JOHN LA FOY, Paris,
nor t ly Agent for France and Germany.
J VST TRY OUIl NEW STOCK OP
Clothlngfrom the People's Clothing store, No.
460 Seventh street, near F. They out-wear any
thing you can buy and they are sold so cheap at
i. ii. spiiiii'a.
No. 460 Seventh street, near F.
I would advise all to come and buy their Clothing
at SMITH'S, No. 460 Seventh street.
II you are wise you will come to SMITH'S, No.
460 seventh atreet, near F. opposite City Pott Of.
flee, to buy your Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Trunks, Hats, and Caps.
The PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORE, No. 460
Seventh street, Is the best place In town to buy
your Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Trunks, lists,
and Caps. J. H. SMITH Al CO., Clothiers, 460
seventh street.
Call soon and see our new stock of Fall and Win
ter Clothing, which we are selling at very low pri
ces, at thePKOPLE'S CLOTHING STORE, No. 460
Seventh street, near F.
Great attractions at No. 460 Se, enth street. New
stock of Clothing just arrived, and selling at our
usual low prices. J. H.SMITH fc CO., Clothiers,
No. 46u Seventh street, and corner Twentieth street
and Penn. avenue.
Great bargains In Clothing, Furnishing Goods.
Hats, Caps, Hoots, and Shoes,- on the corner oi
Twentieth street and Penn. avenue.
SMITH &t CO , Clothiers, First ward, cor. Twen
tieth street and Pennsylvania avenue, Is the cheap
est place In town to buy your Fall and Winter
Clothing.
Call at the First Ward Clothing store and get
your Fall and Winter Clothing, Hats, Caps, Hoots,
and Shoes.
SMITH t CO., Clothiers,
Cor. Twentieth street and Penn.av.
FIRST WARD CLOTHING HOUSE, corner of
Twentieth street and Pennsylvania avenue.
You can buy your Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots,
aud Shoes cheap, corner of Twentieth street and
Pennsylvania avenue.
iep25 3m
ATTENTION, SOLDIKIlfl AND HUT-LERSr-Hatlng-Just
completed our assort
ment of Camn Furniture, we would now respect
fully Invite the attention of Soldiers and Sutlers.
Our assortment comprises In part the following
Camp goods, vlit
Camp Chests for mess of from four to six, Camp
Tables. Camp Stools, Camp Cots, Camp Mattresses,
with all other articles ot Camp Furniture calcula
ted to make a soldier comfortable. All of which
will be sold at the very lowest cash prices at
GREEN fc WILLIAMS,
au 31 No. 6?6 Seventh street, corner D.
OOHKTHINU NEW.
TRY IT.
Nowts tbe time to buy your Fall Clothing, at No.
460 Seventh street uhcre you can find all the latest
style goods, at Northern prices.
HoFhol for Seventh street, No. 4G0. A Urge In
voice of Clothing, at very low prices, No. 4C0 Sev
enth street, near F.
emn street, near r.
A new way to save Gold I Buy your Clothing a
No. 460 Set enth street, opposite Post Otllce, at 1
per cent, below the market price, In Treasur
Homing at
tlce, at 10
Treasury
notes.
Smith's, No. 460 Seventh street, Is the cheapest
house In town to buy your Clothing, Furnishing
Goods, Trunks, Hats, and Caps. sep 2 3m
N
T A T
41 M A Id
I O A K ,
THE NEW
TH'EbTV YEAH MX PER CENT. BONDS
of the
U N I TE D STATES,
Known a Flvo Twenties,)
The COUPON BONDS In soma of (60, $1J0, $600,
and sit, uuo,
The REGISTERED BONDS lu sums of &), luo,
S600, $1,000, and t6,ouo,
(Inlet est commencing at d.Ue oj purchase,)
TOR BILE IT JMR BV
JAY COOKE V 0., lUukcri,
45'J Fifteenth street.
These Bonds are the
CllEAreST finVEKNMEKT BtCUHITT
now lu the market.
tnleiesl iniyalle semi-annually
ir
Is equhAknt, at p
nov 26-
IN UULU
Is rquljAknt, at present price of coin, to
i cent in currency.
DO YOU KNOW IT I II ou do not, call at
SMITH & BEALL'S, No. 301 Seventh street
near K street, and buy yourself a nice suit of noth
ing from them, as they sell cheap.
SMITH & 13 FALL,
Clothiers,
I No, 301 Sev enth street,
I noYttl-xltdecl Near K street.
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It Uookbluder,
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