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$Mtolr jto&ta. T1IK- OAlXT MATIOMU. IUtrJBLlCAUI It pubjshod over ejttornooa (6undajrcx'copte4) by W.iMMoxrMa ACo., o3 ft furnished' to city itftrtHbmlftlnrtlonOt 80 coU p nonlh.rj!L'c "" Mall 'iiiblellbera, 15 tr annum; $..M for Ix mogpi.VjdJt.gOjfofc three monlhsnmla. bly ta adanij,h " , ". Ifngle joplbs;0 ecnttr i f,r ' 1 J . ' . . I 'I111'1 ' '! PR OITl OTUI " or TH WEJ!Kr WATIOHAL BKPUBUOAN. Th. tfDdcrilnod commenced, la the month of December; l8ed, the publication. In thUcIir, of worjjy newspaper, called tho Xalkmdjlf- pMUmf .r. It contllna kit tha original matter 6Mh Daffy iaMM .frpuMCjan, with the exception of localitteV. not lnterottlsg to country anb- tcrlbert. It wlltlv' fu'lt rtporU of the proceedings of Congress, end Qf tha other Department fit the National Gorernment. It contain! all tha 'new. of the daf, foreign and domestic, markets, &c., Ac,, aa well at an, original conoapondcnc. from all parte Of the country The toleceUanooua department win receive .pecal attention, and. In all respects, the cIToTt will be'made to establish the charac ter of the National Xtpuillean as Famllj Newspaper, Waahington being now the central point of the current military operatlona, great attention will be paid to furnishing the reader of tha Xollmal Bqniblictm with full, aud especially with accurate, accounts of the progress of the war for the Union. In polttlfrf, the (viper Is Republican, sustain log the Administration fit Mr, Lincoln. There la no othor 'Republican paper In tha District or Columbia, or In the vicinity of It, and It la bellcTod that recent event hate opened to such a paper an Important aphere of useful effort. Tt.otlme baa come, when the actna administration of the Government upon Rcpu,b llcan principle will explode tlie mlsriproson tatlona which have made tkoeo principles a dlaUtefaltqtheBonth. Hut 11 la, not only hero, and In this vicinity, that the projectors of the AufloiwJ Jtrpuhlkan hope to njake It useful. To the whole country they offer a Journal which will discuss nstlonal polltlca from a national stand-point, and which will never bo swerved from patriotic duty by jjijioierpowerlngpttasuro of local Interest. TEBUS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year .... $2.00 Three copies, one year ... 5.00 Flvo copies, oner year .... 7.00 Ten copies, One year .... 13.00 Twenty copies, one year ... 30.00 One copy, six months .... 1.00 Three copies, six months - . . 2 50 Five copies, six months . . . 3 00 Ten copies, six months . 6 00 Twenty copies, sir months - 10 00 Payments always In advance. When a Club of subscribers baa betn forward oX, additions 'may bdiaado to It on thtf tame ' terms. It Is not necessary that the subscribers to a Club should receive their papers at the same poet office. Money may be forwarded by mall, at our risk. Large amounts can be remitted in Treasury notes, or drafts on Boston, New fork, I'nlladol. phla, or Baltlmorei smaller amounts In gold, or In notes' of solvent banlta. Address W.J.MUfiTAail.cSCO., Washington, D. C. 1 AK IIAIJ. CtMTIUtlti UODtlK, No. 40 vy aev'thslnetjnfarrsfrat,thCreatBaar ' orFssblori,wher.youearinn;dthebstcutandinad Clothing iojt XleaandBdis'wear that the market cam produae, sad our prlcee, for cheapness, and du rability of lour goods, defy competition. (Our neighbor Smith, two d?ors above, so long noted for selling clothing nq than any heuss la ths city, In a private t oayareaUon, aeknowledf ed to us that our Boys' aoUtttwaathbeatiBade and cut goods he aver Uwftoa, If tie eltliena of Washington were postan 'the goods I have, my stars would be overrun with ladles and, gentlemen u want of clothlugjUd I only wish to have yon sail aad see our beautiful assettmeata of tlothlagi aad I think that our nrleas atd goods Will mors thsn pay you for calling (th Leading Clothing Ilouss, tio. 0 feventh strtatnear F street, two doora below Smith's. N Everybody nows Smith, but, Instead of calling at his place, coma In two doors below, fi. B-Ihav.aspeclslwordtosaytothaLadlss, that I can 'pleas them hetter than ever In Boys' Clothing, as ta'y efock excels anything I ever had. J. BRpCE . C(Xt , Formerly at Odeon llalli nov si-dtjea! Now at Oak Italh m- . I lr VXW INVENTION ARTirfCIAL CLVOrLASTIC BONK TUTU, without natal plate or elai ps, by DR. V. B. SrCFEBMOND, 010 Broadway, New Yorki and aeo renn avenue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth eta , wienmoTOK, s. c, Calls ths attention of the public to the following advantages of his Improved system. Ill Ths teeth of his manufacture will never cor rode nor change color by any acids, and are three fourths U'Mtr than any other 3d No teeth nor roots need be extracted, aa the artificial ones can be Inserted over them sd The roots will be made Inottenslve and never to ache 4th No temporary teet'i are needed, as permanent ones enn be made Immediately, thereby preserving the natural expression f the face, which, under the eld system, Is frequf ntly disfigured. 6th tills work has been fully tested, for over five yesn, by many of the first chemists and physicians of this and tha old country. Dr s has also Invented a white indestructible metal filling, with which the most senaltivo teeth can be filled without pain, and can build up a per- faci sounu touui gu any stue roots, wnieu wui lass tbroueb a lifetime He refers to the following gentlemen! Dr. V Motti Dr porrmus, Trofrssor of Ihemtitm iton A. Maen, Jun t Capt (.Tabtrre. vjce rrcsldent of the Unlxrallon' Company of New Yorki Hon. Judge Wa ue, of the Supreme Court, of Washington, D. L 1 and thousands of others Call and examine for yourselves. nov S-em N OTICK TO SICIt AND WOUNDUD suluilhs, urimrn apu viifzus. pcroT or d. fc o, n. n. co. T)i RAlIroiJ Compttnlci comuoBinjf the Una be tween WBhlajrton and Wew York have jmt oo a Itrxe Cr, fitted up with berthi, well ventlUted. nd expreiily for offleen, loldleri nd otheri th&f Are wounded or licit, with exception of conUf lout tJlteaaee The Cr will leave on TULS DATS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS. for Philadelphia. at eo'clock m , Lxpreat Train Caution to Pftaiengcri. Ai there hat been io minv i kaudi Deruetrated lonaoHicra and otheri, paitencera are cautioned j to nurchaie tlcketa only 4 the licket Offloelathe I VtfOl 01 me , ji, 1, v. uog u V. .UlTKim PRODVOE, 'AHjuDnriri. 1U0O do 100 do 400 do -1 tnn. Apples, Potatoes, Turnips, Uder, Vermont Butter. In stole, and landlni ar.by LL9Tt:n et co , Connecticut House, nssr Baltimore Deprt. dee.2S dtf 1TUIT TUY OUR NEW TOClC OW lii ctothlni from the People's clothing store, No Jtw ssvsntS strsst, near '. They outwear any thing you'ean buy and they art aold so ehaap at No. teg MTtnu streei, nasi r. - . . . . .. . . ... 1 . i j... .'W.j"j-.'-M-'..".L"I '.. .Stmam3BEt-mW' " ' i1 IP I W!"-- Miasumniff. i- -3s:ui:- tvnzsHtMamai ' 'Etk . HL SWSfUL 'L . i' ' ' 'r4 i ' "' " Immmk jti m sm x'-tisv' tv ir-anc-a' .1 - v mAnmixmr eai jrmsr wv-tm via -r-. -. a, jl ytm ab sinv m vk. .-a k' 4. i. .., .pwiii.iiiwiwi mKvupiiwm. vol. m. h it tj MATIbKAL lOAII. I I, , TUB NEW ' ,,.,;'" ilX TKU CKNT, ONM ( of if) r UNlTEDi TATB;- PAVABLE TWENTV TEAM TROM DATR (Ot .after Are years, at Option of the Goverameak) TIUC COUPON BONDS, S In sums Of rirrr dollars, ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, FIVE1 HUNDRED DOLLARS, and ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS. TItffi ItEOHTEtlKD DONDS. In sums of rlnr dollars, ONE 1IUNDRLD DOLLARS, FIVE HUNDItEQ pOLLARS, ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS. and TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR. f INTEREST COMMENCING AT DATS Or PUR CHASE, And payable seal-annually IN GOLD. t These Bomdc srS the tllEAMJT GOVERNMENT SECURITY ,, f now in the market, (Tht Interest, at present price of eola, being equiv alent to Filn Cxtrr In currency. FOB PALE BY ' JAV OOOIEE dt COM ' BANKERS, 454 "lrtenth Street, bViixne OOKAffN.WE.Vr tfO.VZHT, TRKASVM XOTLS, CEBTiriCATLS, ARMY A(tl) A'iVF VOICIUHS, C0LV, CVKREACY AAD ilCJU.VOii dee 10 If IX) THE OKKICKIUf OP TIIK AIUIV. Just arrived, by direct Importation er steama" Fulton, from Luro)ie, a very fine and large assort, ment of Marine, Oitvia, Field Glasses, and Tete- aoopes, which I will sell a very Utile above the cost lu Psiis. As to the qualities, there are none superior to oe-jied, navlng ncen selected purposely for this market. Also, a large aad weltaasorted atock of Opera Gtasses, Microscopes! gnld,ellver, and ateel gpectadea aud Eye Classes, suited to the sight by the use of en Optometer. A considerable number of certlOt atea to be Been at my office, from ! gentlemen who have been eultod at my establish- i m JWen oer, 6cfrH J!" 1 1""' ncj nntt uttut urn it, My ICataXblUhukeiil I np etali. GlatM JUted to .. The Irado auppUod. Oct io ly A UU V SUPPLIES. Ol I uroi Tiit tmcr 4va;tlbmaii.ii, Army ortL roroMai, Waihlnrtoo, September so, IB1. moroSALS are lnvite-l for tarnlihiftjc for the use of the armv ofihe Itomae the followlnc ar- Uelest 4 ,ooo ton dji quality iimoiny Hay, aoeureJy baled, the welfht of eaih balo (o be tnirketl thereon. 3,000.000 buibefe of pt, of th beat quality, In a rung , wrti amesu. 7tooo cord Oak and Hickory W ood, well ea oned and of the belt quality. Each bid must b accompanied by the nder mMt of two rBnonilbla itfrioni that tha rontravatti If awarded wUl be fuiniled Bid wiu be oiene4 from time to tlm a the ar tlele mJy be needed, and contract wilt be awarded for th quantities needed, te the loweet reyooiUla bidder up to the time of openlnr. The rlcht 1 received to accept all or any pari ol Anymd. Propoiala ehould be endorsed " rropoeal for Hay or Obis," or " Wood,' a th case nay be, and ta do la lepirat envelope tleut. Col. and A. D. C, Chief Qoartennaeter. ep J4 tf 11 UP UB gnuni.1.3. I EROP.fO. . PO WLEn, the oW anddlitia; jrulsbedBUtbor and lecturer on Phrenology an1 FnyBldldsy, will deliver a course of lecture la WBihlnfton about the prst 6f February. UQU-wtU "P M I L K PUPIIB, IMQN UALLy 8.10 PfUBsylVanla Avcnu yyhoUtdU and tetaU Dmlcr in P1NKST FAMILY unOCKIllES, VRRXClIaiid GERMAN WINES, LIQUORS, CORDIALS, CUAZLPAGNES, URAXDT, RUM, GIN, CIGARS and TOBACCO, Ha now on hand a very m attartmtnt of the above, at fair pilce. SUTLERS 8UITLIED. nov 6 TTsUStf W ATICIt NOT1CK. In (VtDaisVTueneeof tha lowneis of the wtr tn the General Hacervolr rt will be necessan . unless era men t soon to shut off thsj supply to citizen en urejy All person are, therefore forbidden to use the hydrantsonrennsylvanlaavenue, or on any streets or avenue under the care and supervision of the Commissioner of rubllo Buildings, for watering the street or pavement, or for any private purpose whatever. Aad all person aifor th water are urgently so licited to M a eeonomieal In Its use as possible. j. a. fnatnun. ep SO CummUslqnsr of Publi Building. 3COLIU HAI.K OP T1IU STKAMKR OIP8V. OmcE ASSISTAKT QUAaTtBHAITia, USA, Alexandria, Va , Jan is, 1883 There will be sola at this Deoot. on WLDNES- nau-.-s, .(...a... ..- a. I- '.-...i. . . PAI Uvi IDV4IIV IDKHIi tat O'CJOCK TO., tOB wreck of tho steamer GIPSY, where, and as she bow lay sunken, tn the river opposite this place After sale. Immediate steps must be taken by the purchaser for her removal. ierms casiiaiu ticsiuryuuiM, C B, Jan U ta Capt and A' D rhRGUSON, 1f.M,U 8. A IDK8I HIDES 1 1 HIDES tit Wl DAY and SATUHUAY,at 11 o'clock a TO., at the wharf on Slim street, Washington, p. U, all the Government Beef Hide, on hand at ths time of sale Terms caih, In Treasury not", to be paid at the momru 01 bsic. OLOnCK SEtL, Lieut Lot. snd C 1,UU JsalO lm, M AINE AOENCY SOLDllS SLIF ASS0CUT10X. Offlos, 4o. S7S F strsst, cor. Thirteenth. Cbuununuatlons to t addrasBad to u J, W. HATHAWAT, BtaU Ageat, OSllt-U sloabolSS.WuMAlWutl'.C 1J! 3 - Cverv-W't m j i jiii WASHING'rON; prO., ttlPPAY EVTaNING, JiVNUAliY 20, "18U3. ADAJU KXPHRii COMPASYr Ofllc S1A Penn nventM, Washington Cttyy t, (J, OHEAT KABTIRN NORTnKRN; iirft WEST- EKxrusaa roRWABDzna. MerettandlM. Wnif, Jewelry VaJaaUea, not Steehst1lsMl. Adu rorwarded with SAFLTY AWD,P1SPATCH la aU elbliectloni6f theotrnntrSf. tliUCdrtpaoy hae Acenelea in the principal railway town U U 11UI.UI, abASl,-VVC91. ANU uniiivrj.ai. Iti principal offleea r VTASllUfaTOkj D. V.. Y. YORK BOSTON, rJIILADKLrmAibALTIMQ&Bt OA"- GfNtfATI, 5r, LOUTS. LOUIS- TILLS, LXXIXQTOX. Connection! are made At New York and Doiton with line forwarding to 1h Canada and th Brltlih rrovlneci, and with iteamaMp line to L1t- erpoot, Southampton, and Havre,- and taenia by European expreur to all prominent eonuntretal town In Ore fit Britain and on the Continent. Collection of Note, Draft, and DI1U mad at 11 Moeailbl parti of the United State , , r C C, bUNN, Anent, J . WwhlngUn. a a tutkuior ADOnWMENT. tss&te I fl se EATEH IIANGINGS, OrALLdnA AbMAhDrniLci. Warrant! GolArBand Window Shade t ButT. flicen. and Dlu Holland Shadee, all iliea, made to order. Alio, a handsome aaiortment of rlcture Cord and Taaaeli, all ilie and color. PurchMlnj for eaih, and allowlnc no old itock to fteenmnlate, rerion needlnj the above rood will 0cd 1 1 to their adranUce to glva me n call. jUlworkexecutedandiuperlnteiidedbypraollcal men. who kaye served a regular apprentlccihlp at RatltfActlon Kuaranteedt or no pay required. Fleaie rive me a ell gftememtrer the number JOHN MARKRITjR, No 4Sa Seventh etreet. LUhtdooi above Odd Fellow Hall. bov J am OOMKS at HHOWN, souoiTona or tatlnis and claims. aOouiitles. Peutlotia, Hack Par. Offlcera' ivccruiiiDK, una all otner Juit Claims, gs&luat tlie Government OFFICE-No. 47ft 8KVKNTH STRVT, (Department Kxchanjie,) WAIIllUTOa,I u , Ilefera. liv uermUeloti. Co Hnni Hannibal Hamlin, Ve Treildenla Me t Uartln Kalbfletseh, Mayor City of Brooklyn AM- lab Mi M C, ward 1 Mann, Jr , New York rK Ltiyijona h. lioodwln, ward H Ilolllns, M C , N ll.i Alex. H Rice, M. i scjuisjnriiaii its iju n if i i. C. Mass John B. Alley, iM C , Mass Alfred A. I Burnham, M C .Conn Dwlght Loom is, M C . wnn, onn a uuriey, pi i-, iiniot James PI Ashler. M. C Ohlot Sidney Ldzerton. M V . nhim John Hutchtns, Hi ii . Ohloj John Corode, M c . Fn Robert MoKnishL IM. c . r.i Justin 6. Mor rill, M C . Vt j Jonn F Totter, Vl. c , Wis i Z. chandler. It C, Mich ) Jame H. Lane, M. 6Z Kansas i Cyru Atdrleh, M. a(Mlnn i Wo, Kel- iofr, pi. v. iu.aODn i. rtiKon, w. t.N.ji John L.N SUatfon.M, C, N. J.t V. B. Fouk. M. a, III t Owen Lovejoy, M. C, ill F. r. Blair. Jr., M. C. Mo Llbrldge u SnauldUf, M. C, N.Y.t Al fred tly, M. C, N V' Major General If B Dxir yeai N WyckokT, Lq , Pre. Wllllamsport City Bank i Gheptienl Xnapp, Esq , Free. Veekanlr Bank. jy w-u "OALTIUOIIK AND OHIO RAILItOAD. On and after Moode.7, Januarjr 0. 1S03, THS FASSLtNGER TRAINS between WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, AND Tills, WEST will run a follown Six Daily Train bctvxm Washington andfiaifH- more, On Daily Train bttwen Washington and Uu Witt, Too DaUy Trains betwen Washington and Ur- cr firry On a9unMyi, thru Vla fo B4iti9wriand 04 to ths Wl as follow: 7 40 a. u . and i and S p, m. Paasenger for the West make close connections at Washlnf ton Junction ( Relay) with th Baltlmere and Ohio railroad, for all point Wait, aJeiMrrutee Of far Vum bw any ofiur line. For PhilaAtlahla and Ntia YotLLaut VVathlnsrt.n i S and 11 is, m , and M0 p. m Qr,AnnopQiii.9-i9 Yaiaui(ioa at oa. m. ana lp.m. FOR ALL POINTS WEST, and Station alone th Baltimore and Ohio Railroad leav Washington at T and 8 a. 1 1. BETWEEN WASHINGTON Ar O BALTIMORE Leave Baltimore ati.,S OS and 10 a. ta, and t.Ofl, 1 50 and B p. m, Sunday at 4 W and S 09 a. in. and SOS p. oi. only. Leave Washington at 7, 8 and II IS a. m. and I, 6, and f .30 p. m. Sunday at 8 a m and 3 and 6 p. m,only. Local Accommodation Trains leave Baltimore at 10 a m andSOSp m , for Washington! arrive there at 11 M a. m. and I fi6 p. m. Leave Washington at 7 a m ft aad op. m , for Baltimore, arrive there at 8.44 a ni. and 6 and 6 60 u. m. No Annapolis connection on Sunday from Balti more or Washington. Paisengsr leaving Washington at T and 8 a m , make connection at Washington Junctlou (Relay) with trains on the Bltlmore ami Ohio railroad, for all point west of tho Ohio river and for all point along the line of the llAjtlraore and Ohio rovl. In Miryltnd and Virginia Way Tasicnger must take the Accommodation Trains only. W P. SMITH, Jan 6 Master of Iraoiportation.1 "V11PIIAN8' OOU11T, IMilrbt or Columbia. UosAftiofuii Countv. To mh In the case of Ajma Random, executrix of Bene dict Random, deceased, the executrix aforesaid has, with the approbation of tlie Orphans' Court of Washington county aforessld, appointed Saturday, the Situ day of January next for the final settle ment anu oisiriDuiion 01 lua peisonai eaiai.ol sato ueceaaed, ot the assets In hand, aa fsr aa the aame have been collected and turned Into moncv. when and where all the credltora and heirs of said Ue. ceaseu are uouoeu io aiiena (ai ine urjinana' court of Washington county aroresald) with their claims properly vouched, or they may otherwise by Uw be excluded from all benefit In aald deceased s es tt. t provided a copy of this order be published once a week for three weeks In the Nalioiuit Repvl flcan, previous to the said tilth day of January, Teatt L. HOBDIaia, dee It lawlw Register of Wills. rl'IHS IH TO GIVE NOTICE, That tha X aubscrlber hath obtained from the Orphans' lJUft Vi .IHUU1IIUU CVUMIJi ,11 IU tJIICt Ul W lumbla, letters oladmlnlstratlon on tha personsl CM. I. oi Akiur evi.ia.jt, utte ui tv..niaKton county.deeeaBed All personshavlngclalms sgslnBt the Bstd decesBed sre hereby warned to exhibit the urn., with the t oueherB thereof, to tha subscriber. on or before the alxth day of January nexti they may otherwise by lew be excluded from all benefit of the aald estate Given under my band this sixtn usy of jsnuary, A D ISSl. AARON F FULLER, Jsna IswStv Admlnlatrstor ATTENTION, SOLDlIiHS AND SUT (.KnSfKavlBgjust completed our assort ment of Camp Furniture, weT would now respect fully Invite the attention of Soldier and Sutlers Our assortment compile in part the following Camp goods, li. Camp Chests for mess of from four to six, Camp Tables. Camp Stools, Camp Cots, Camp Mattresses, with Ml other articles of Camp furniture ealeula ted to mak a soldier eomfortabl. All of which wiu b bom at tn very I Jiveit ean prices at GREEN A WILLIAMS au31 No 62 seventh itreet, corner V, CAMP 8TOVK8 I CAMPITOVESlf uAiurBTuvicflin Wear now nanufaeturlnd CAMP, COOK and HEATING BTOVa.3. Whleh wa will J1 bv tha Jot an or htt0Ctrd U cheap a they can b bouitt In HalUmote. . ClLklLXORtOOaT, ooru Wl rao ittnu, our nh ttnk Hospital mreel.rr, ro w AsarnoitJ, aionorrown ard alixah DHtl. Ths following is correct list of all the hod pltala, In the above titles, with thel I locations, ana the) surgcoo-lu charge of eacui AsctMslAn Unlta'risn churcVj 0th aud D sis. Or.J.O. Dorr. Ascension Dr. Bmllh's Church, 0U between u ana iijitrecis rf.u, cwrr. Ascension Jioulhern Church, 8Ui hctwecn II ana J street. J. C. Dorr. Armory Armory Square, 7th at D. W. Bliss. Alexandria, let division Alexandria. J. PL Summers. Alexandria. 8a division Alexandria. T. R. Spencer. AlexaOdrfa, 3d division Alexandria. Edwin Dcollcy. Camhboll 7Ui at., near I'ark UotU. Dr. J. IT. Daxtcr, Carver Hth at., neefr (Jol. Ol. O. A. Jud- son. Caanarla A at. south, east of CaKltol. W. E. Waters. Columbian 14th at., Col. Col. T. A. Croeh. College aeorretotvn. J, M. Drown. Cnntn a. ant nae. npta.Vaaa Itovanitrt. Dr. Fctef Cleary. Donrlaa Cor. I st. and N. J. ave. Dunbarton Btroot Georgetown. Dr. A. E. Carothera. Ebenoxer 1th, near fl at. treat. W. E. Wa tqrs. Eiklngton Galea's house, N. Y. ate. 8. A. Storrow. Emory 1 1 m. oast of Capitol. Wui. Clou donln. Eplpfisny Dapllst Church, 13th Let. (1 aud II. ata fl Jamca liryau, Fairfax i Seminary 4 rulka out Alexandria. David l, Smith. FJnley N. T. ave., near Galca'a farm. J. 3Ioaos. , llar.wood 7th street, Corcoran'a fartn. T Antlsell. Island Hall Corner Virginia avenue and 6th stroct. Wm. llayea. Judiciary Square E alreet, between 4th and 5th. Dr. A. J. Marsh. Knlorama 31sl street, near Huundsry. K. J. Ibontas. Lincoln East of Capllul. Dr. Uiury Bry ant. Mt. rionsaul Ulli struct, near Uuundiry. O. A. McCnll. Odd Fellows' Hall K st , near Navy Yard. w. c. attrs. Tatcnl Office 8th street. Dr. J. D. Kobln! son. Pn-sbyturlan Church Gcorgclowu. 11. Kuk k erbotker. Seminary Georgetown. Landou Wells. Blauton Oppoaltu Douglas. Dr. J. A. LI dell. Slouc Hth alrcot, noar Boundary 1'. Uleu nan. St. Elliabelh lnaano As) lum, East'n Branch. O. It. Nichols. St. Aloyslua K street, between 1st and 2 1. Dr. Alex. Ingram. T. U. Caahella. Trinity V strict, cor uer .hi. A.J. Ilaitar. 1 rinlty Prlnllujj offleo, corner M stiectand Indiana avenue. A. J. Baxtar. Trln'ty Church (Jcorgctowu, it. K Bon era. Union Chapel 20th alreet, near 1'cuusylva ula avenue, W. It. Butler. Union Ilotel Corner Brldgo and Washing ton streets, Georgetown. Geo. W. 811pp. Quartcrmaster'a 17lh street. ALL. AND WaUfTKIl GQODS. MILITARY AND CIVILIAN. WALL, STfc.rille.NS a. CO. rc nwoMniujr their rUJid Winter Gooa.uibrLiMCflD Dm. Coat, DoikltfPQtl, Venti, &o A Urc jxaj well eltM Stock of fla itry Uvereoit We hve also eomplet uiortmeat of Du-tnes. Sulti, made In tha moat durtbl manner Oiflccr will And our MlUUry Good dMlroui to their wnnU. IIevy Woollen Bl.a:t, Cor CAinn um t rwnnnabl prioe. WALL. STLMiLNS fc CQ., Mfl PtonaTlTftni .veon. between dtf Ninth ad Tenth trt. vn. r. A. ton aiOBciizisiun oculist a AvmsT. wllTtreat Deafness! Impaired bin fit " Noises tn the Head f Throat Dutotttl CatanhatAfrettiontt tuana.Ai7".i ITT. Mciinill I ALL DISLASLS OF T1IL AIR TASSAGLS I For a thort Season yet Dr VonH would reipeetfullr notify the alllns lublteof WaahlDftoathathu tlm Lu thlacityl ADoiuieiyiim)teof ana mo.e wno aeiire mipro fenilonal lerrlcee should oill at once Th uublla seneiallT are Invited 16 hi roomi. and to read the thousand! of flattering testimonials on file at &tt-IT Penn. Avenue, jan U-lf Oppoilt Wlllard Hotel. On PIIANS' LOU11T, Vittrict of Columbia, ti'aih frlgtoit I'ouny, to u it In the case of Lawrence M Morton, adtslQlstra tor of Wllli.in Morton, deceased, the administra tor aforesaid haa. with the approbation of the Or- til. -Vl PaII.S AI tUa.nl.iaSjta, .nllAtil faaaal.l a... pointed Tuesday, the sd day of I ebruary next, for the finel settlement aud distribution of the ixuunsl aaaitaital nfail SKlawiAaiAaWl aitA rf thai aaBAl.ln han.l as far i tho same hve been collected end turned Into monci t when and where all the creditors and heirs of sal I defeased an notified to attend, (at the Orphanst Court of WanMnnrtoa rnttnty aforesaid ) with their ctnlms nroncilv vou Jail, or the m iv otherwise bylaw tw rxeludid fruin all benefit in siIddreaBtl a estate pro lied ipy nf lliisor Icr beimbllRliedonrfl a week lor tlirtuetl.a In the baliOMl Republican. pre lous to the said 3 I J-ty ol I-ebruary, IM3 Teste Z UClIiniNS. Jan 12 lawSw Itrgisterof Willi NOT1CK. D1NNKUH, HUPI'KRH, Ualls, Prl ntc aud IMiMIc I'm 41.. The Subscriber, at the urecnt request of the ( It liens of Washington an 1 the I ublio Renci ally, has now resumed hlsout-elde family business, In the suppljlng of DINNLRb.riBtllS, Sirrt.RS.&MhATDlStltS, Sent to any part of the City at the Shot tost Notice, an I will bo superintended by the sSubscrlber In . er on The pioprletor would also beg leave to remind hi Patrons ol Uiis branch, that the late is tore and Saloon has been changed to a (.entlemen's Res taurant The Ladles who will ftor him ulth their I'atronace will rind, on the Second Hoor, a handsomely furnished Reception Room, In which kiii uaviiir win ue nappy io receive meir or ders Lntrance by the Private Door. C GUTItR, nov.r eolm SSI Pennsylvania aveoue APri-XCATlONtl for Duplicate Laud Warrant. Appllcatlonhavlngbeenmadeundertheactof JSl June, 1S60. forth reissue of the Land Warrants described herein, which are alleged to have been lost or destroyed, notice Is hereby given that, at the date fallowing the description of each warrant, a new certificate of Ilk tenor will be lsiued if no valid obeetlon ehould I ben appear lo loasexx, for 160 asrea, Issued under the act ol March, ttUo. In the name of Rachel, widow of Geo Harner. and was a ranted January . lsao Februar v 8, 1843 rto. si, iuu ior iou acres, iisueo under th set ot March 1. 18JJ6. In thsnimaofWm ( .rtal.tr. ami. w grantetl February a, 1837 February , 18j kw ."' wt j acrrs, usueu unner in aci oi September, ISoO. in the name of Jonathan Mclienry, and was granted July oth, iSoi March 1, 163 No 13,104, for 130 acre. Issued undtr the act of March. ISM. In the name of Andrew lt (.mfnan. and was granted August 10, 183 March 33, 1863 No 76,893, for 40 a ere i, lisued under the act of September, 1950. In the name or U llllara Shnyder, and was granted December 13. 18. March 22. 133 -TUUKPHH BARRhTT, Commissioner RUOISTKU'S OFKICK, Jam am v 9, 1S63 NOTICF IS 1IKREDT GIVEN THAT LICLNStS tsiued to Hucksters. Ilutchra fnr Btklla In tha au. , eral Markets, and to owners of dogs, expired De cember II, in., and that said licenses must be re neweo, in oompiumc wim law. at this otnor with 1H IBM Uiejev. itniooft neglitex, gt-EKn-s iAmbuo. win ", aax roust viaasoto, PF 0HOI0B UEQBTO ORAl'B, foa fHVweiANr uie, Mf sffKlK IVeaWy Ttruni, stnd iwaJW. h s 5aWZstm$ IU T3 LEtTM iWSaSaSaSMTS WiMtWsJmK b MwWtsffi&sw&tz is s RSsKMfBiiAxjScfl? F syeWraiay?aWGvUrWsrw n tvery hmlly, at this season, should use tha SAMDUCI WINt. Ji",fbrat.dlB liropafortts medlelna) andbenen. ! V7J r 7? T7i":.u muiant,Tonte, Dtumttc, awl sudorltlc, hlrh yesteemed by eminent nlirsl- end by some of the urst lamlllcs In furop. and S V lOMIl llhasnoeuual.oul.lug an sppetlt. and huUdliur i'.i!..?!rr ?' 45 entirely a pure win. of a atosi " A DIUR1.TIC. It Inrsrls i a healthy action of the Wands snd Kid- ""j 1 """-riBBry uni.o.,very itanencisita oroir Gout, and Bheumatle airxtlons. SFEER'3 WINE Is not. mixture r msnuhetnred srtltle, but ! fure. troni th. lulen nt tha Pnvtn.al e.n.Ki.. trapr. cultivated In New Jersey, recommended by chemists and rhtslclsns as poaseiilng medlesl pro- ,T.i....uuTuorigaajWnfr inea in use, and an excellent article for .ft welc .mi hnttalt . eons and the aewt .nd Infirm, Improving the appe. lite and benehUng ladles and children AtADILS'WINE, llecnuse It will not Intoxicate as other wines, ss It Is sdoilred for its rich, poeutlar fla. or, and nulritlt a I...'1'...v., iiuua.uuK nenttny ton. to tnomgesl re orgsas, and . blooming, soft, and healthy iklu andeorai lexlon WE REFER TO A few well-known gentlemen and phtslclana who have tiled tie Wine f.Cn.Wlnnelleott,l'V. not Morean, N . Stale Ir J RClill--., N vtlry fir Tatkei k. Y City Urs DarctJeMchijU New. ark, N J Dt WUson llthlt-N Y Dr WArd.iNewirk.N J Dr Dnugl.(rty.Newrk NJ Dr Marcy, New lork. Dr rMtt. umad,. kTlniiC rrnuli.M i.llhntii ih ivn.hiratnr.i ai Futp w. LR, rmiaic.N J ," U over the cork n-MAKLON TRIAL Of TH!.. WINK. For ltt by DriiRnlit- .mj nil UmWJiia Deatere Trade upilicdUIumi..oru by WM K EIIOUN A JrELft, rioprtetor. Vinlyauk lmif. titw Jertev Oinu-aoi ikoadway, Nw Yur k. JOHN LA FOY, FMU. nov lj Agviit for France and Germany, T'VKTJt.CTlVK D1CPAUT1IK-NT. AJ XLTHOPQUtAN POUCt, No. 010 KWvvuth trt writ, Jxr ths corner of . Trnnrylvanla avenus. Ihtt imbllc ar hereby Informed, that all cut. reriulrlne the ervict of a detective offlcor will b tromptly and carefully attended to, "" .any. a.'waa .l'Clie.Nl VTin WaMAal Ml WW Mf ncr j.cauquancra. ro aiu a.ltnin lUMtveit, under aupervlilon of W. B WBB. Superlntaudent ot Metropolitan roll, nov 2 'Stawam 0.tP, HAAS' COURT. DlUrtct if Columbia, Wathingtonivuntj, towltt In tha came of John Qulnn, administrator of Phil ip McGrath. deceased, the administrator aroresald lias, with the approbation of the Orphans' Court of Washington county aforesaid, appointed Satur day, the ITuj day of January next, for the Anal set tlement and distribution ol the personal estate of luuew-jefl, anuoi me assets in nana, a lar a the name hare been collected and turned Into ,WBW1J1,VTnrn "fo wnrre auxne creunornahlr , l4f,jdosed are notified to attend, (at the Or t,h...l r... -. IIP. ...a... . .. "... irlth their claim rroperly" vouched, or they may otherwise bylawLe excluded from all benefit In Hatd deeeased'a estate) provided a copy of this or der b ttCblliTied once a week for three weeks in the tfationtil Republican prerlou to the said 17th day of January, 186J. .. ., Z.C. ROBBINS, da 54 lawlw. BegisUr of WIU. IJIPORTANT ToroiTMASTKIlS AND UTIIB11H. roTO.KtDrrAntMi.r, llpvilllUHUI Vf 1111.17, 111 , 10-JJ I Many Postmaster persist In sending through the malls packages of clothlnf, boots, etc, charging thereon only onetcntan ounce fr postage. This Is a palpable violation of the law and rejeu- !""?,?' '""'".V. which rrtt Pastmaalfr ihnuM ha Postmaster should e held forth legal poi looiiacKaffeaate neiq lorine legal post nacKairesate nein forth irva aire at the distributing nOlces or gtrtre of deliver tea or nmen rr.lsltvsr-r. nccuniulatiug to su.h4n extent as to be greatly nunoylng to theae tUittt mid In a large majority nf eases neer rcieh tin partfi addresie.l thus causing n loss to (hui-artlrs sn, line The liw and the l emulation rleHMv It line . hit smullil le mat- ler, and itreatrltre wh-tt amount nt ost.-ffe ta tn te charted tlarcon, ii.tlfiirtl,.'t moi i truth ,t all other nntter or thine, if witty m.(J, u luojutto Utter joit. lopietcnt further lo-ta Io parttea Inln ruled, and the Improper tntenu) tloo of biiFineso at th- large otllt-es, all Postmaster nrnrequlud to mukc their.. itvta fully acn.uaiiited with tlio iww and recula t ions rcl mile to ti post il kervUi, ui I llir mailing ufpackaf.es heroitter of fn rhra tirrefrrred to t any Fontiiimte'i wtllimtt the pr'vr I out ape being pad by iwrntusy) stauips, will be considered good cause lur remov ai ALLANDLR W nANIUIL, Urtt Aaaltlniil pustmastir Cucral jan b O UPHANS' COU11T. Durnitr of lulumdu, WltlflMOTON COCNTVatoml lulhecnieof Lawrence M Murtuu, administra tor of Cyprian A Muitou, decerned, the admlols tiator aforesaid has, ulth the approbation of the Qrpluui3 tourt of Washington county aforesaid, annotuted Tueiulav. the 3d d-vof (t-brit-Mrno.i . .i ...i ...!.' :.. ...j-a.j..:.'' -.:' lur liiQ UU.i aa;s.it,UIVUl BUJ UiairiDUUOn OI inC person I estate or said deceased, and oi the assets in hand, as fir as the same have been collected and turnM into n.one, when and where all the ci editors and heli s or said deceased are ootltled to attend, at th Orphans Umrt ot Washington county aforesaid,) with their claims properly iguouwi, (jf i lie j- uiav vui.iwiii vy law Ot CX iluded from U benefit tn said decealeds estate uro. ldod a eotiv of this onler h imblfahtxl nn-a week lor three weeks in the tuttonal Republican I revious io me saui a uay oi rcsruary. ioi Teste A C nODBIM, jan w uwlw Register of Wills CIRLLE INSTITUTE, FPU YOUNG LADlCg, NO 01 KfiTltttT, KtA.THE CintLX TERMS, per Quarter or ten weeks from (S to tie, according to aae and aav.no.ment, Lnxttsh, reneh , Musio snd all. Included Dr ZAPPONK will alve Lectures, and nth.rwl.i. asilst. whenever ha a.n iti.r. Lima rrnnt hi. tna.ii. va. yi uic.a.uu. oo . una a urfUM, rrlnclpal. s ObDllClH' CLAIMS. If aoldletl.oo trettlnr AlathnmA (mm th hrt.m. tel and coaveleteertt cAmpt, And who are entitled Io pensions and bounty, will cm II and how me their dlacharK cerllHoAtea belora srolnir to the tiav. muter to get paid oft, (where their certificate hae to be given up,) I can prepare tbelr claim wii" m u en irrairr ceriainii ami av mem mucn tlm, troubl and fxpen II C. SPALDIItO, Jaaia-im aOctw, ninth taa Tealh. i -----a a NO. 45. T15LEGRAPHI0. M ' jViapufcA fa tyWonrfng Papm. LATatn moil ETJIIOPE. DEPAKTLME OF VESSELS TO RUK TIIE BLOCKADE. KapoUks am tha1 American Civil W.r.l THE 3IOVEMENTA o Tittr niti.i-i-D an JiuvmicaTn OF THE SUMTER. HIE II CHAIID BY A FEDERAL GU.NBOAT. PaWett of our Mlnl.tar to f pain Again., lf.r Bale. roBTXitD, Jan. l.--Tho eleamcr Hibernian irom Llrerrtool ntt th. nth i.t .1. t ., ' derry on the 8th, arrived at nine o'clock this" The Nofnertan arrlwl ,. r l. .- .. J,dth.Whlnonth.nhinrt: (,1,"Ua"iarrlvedatflouthainiton on the The ctirroanondeut of tlm n i.t...i.... KSS1TS?. V??... thostcr ..I. : e S .. ', euijuoyc-i iu a sort of Mac k ado of KunehaU Kour British stoamen bonntl E. e W ,U "" f0"1' OO tho Wlh nccorabcr. Tho foecaror. ehaaed one of them . .. inra area at ncr ahout a mile and a half ...... .....n,, scniaooai ofr, and after CMiulnlng ralwra let her proceed. ' An American cruiser, ship rlrard. and an. rarcntlyln ch. of a very trfp ,',& W. S. V., was seen on tho WHh December, In T'i S . 5-i ' DJL lno tn,enger, which haa arrlted at Falmouth. r.Mr-i!rVhcr 8u,w".'n reply to an addrois w. .vlj, ., lnn( inerreat antl. sla.ery work W-trhlcli their English sisters ex liortcd Ihem, Is almost done. Tin (Hot, saya that Parliament will probably eaja that tho efforta of the xnnlstry towarda economy hare been successful to a substantial "tent, coupled with an Increased Income. The Chancellor or tho Kicbequer'a Budget v. Ill bo iita1?!".?'' S.f ,,,", tlA0MeT. nnJ frlenda of the Atlantic Telei,-raph Company was held at ""'Pool on the 7th, to hear'an addresa from the Hon. Jame. Sl.art Wortley, on the pros, iwcta of tlm cnterprhtc ti" Sir Win. Bro n was tlet led president. There xr w.J,i I" , ' "nu numerous allendanco. . Worthy wk a confident and hopeful view ofniralrs.aiKl earnestly apicalcd for commer rial BDpjioTt. r'.. rl" eorrapondent of tho Times laya ttltt Iho Spanish Government drw. n. .1 t..i....i to tunia any other person to tho embassy, lu Ilia place of Coneha, until they see how uisttera TO on artcr the rrench havo occupied thoilti of Mexico MA tho French Uovcrnmcnt how to effert abxot tho middle of Kclirti.r. ' The rcMllous Ultreen Tarls and Madrid are rr from bcln.' cordial. Tho frlenda of Ihe iiotcrnment aro most anxious to hate lira co operation of England after Um irnn, .... in ljrslon or thecapltal. Complalnlaarc mado Uiat tllO r-outrlhiitinn. Tnr Mi Pn.t. 1.. lopcrdthes rnrno In very alowly, and fall vo- u.ijr Duuivut tvu.t 1. nceuca. tjuc hundred and liny thousand francs per day, at tho vert least, I. required for tho bare sustenance of the lion-employed. Madrid Journals say that all resignation, re cently tendered have boeu accepted. Theae resignations agitate both tho Conservative, and lb Liberals. It Is reported that tho chief member or King Lcopold'e private Cabinet haa gone to Lisbon to urge Ferdinand to accept the Greek throne. ,u, inti-.i, ui.p.tcnc. .ay uiat tn. minlaterlal change will bo contfued to those already an- uoiinctxi. The following la a aynop.1. of nawa by the KeKnrr.av-K. Tho TWi' Paris correspondent saya that Napoleon, at hie New Year'a reeeptlon, aald to Mr. Dayton that ho regretted greatly the con tinuance of the t II war, but hoped before nut New Year'a day that maltera would be settled. This waa aald, says tho correspondent, with a sort of smile, and may be taken aa aploua wish or prediction, or even as an Indication, of aome thlng still more algnlflcanU To another peraon who the aame day express ed to th. Emperor tho earnest hope that tho battle or Frcderlckeburg might be the last, tho Emperor observed that ho dcalrod so too, and hoped that tho war would be ended by next spring. This Incident created a great many conjecture The CiMsflfuthmitcI denlos that Franco has made any fnrthormedlatlon overtures. It la reported that tha Alahama w.. ahnnt In cnange ncr cruising ground to East India. The United Statca minister at Madrid pro tested against the ssle of the Bnmter, which ho taja vflll not be respected by Federal cntlsera. as sneia a ledoral osscl, aelzod by rebela at New Orleans. Instructions Rave been asked Irom the Government at Loudon .. tn vhih.. " 3,'.'c!,1: to b,c V1,"!0 !'" , - ,.-...v.ini uiviniiitu IUU aJUlUlr. now chtngod to the Gibraltar, was being coaled aud gclUng a etrew, prcpanttorj to starting on The new capuln Uavlug etuimcd around the work nu(kr British iolrs, wa Imior-rt.at. ly tliMcd by tho Fcdtra! gunboat Otttwa, with lnr Kun lemded, mtn at quiuur. iVnthlmr a Fedvrnl itxsil u. pru.it liiiig tho land within thrtn. mllcn limit, tho totrnor, Hlr WIIIIiui Gntldluton, c-nltri. 1 batltrlut to bo mnuuul miduu uiaUt ixil fur nttlou, upon which tho OiUna hh i 1 ml A redfrfll h ,0 ,i uiir was nt AlircLlr wauiiiuiTuiaMi ittr it nrcglsttrbcgrAntul eliovlUhu csi urtul to Lnt-aud bya UrilUli bhlp ot-wnr Mitdtlra Uu-jiri i .ii) liiu i.t thuSnn In In lo's tiring at nn I h j pmg Rnilbh 6tnuur or tint port. Tin l'urtnn'to Uovirnmcut ha pmUbied agalui the e'U offiuie Tho Loudou foiuivn .cifj again d(iioiiiKC4 tho titling out ot tlm Alabama, aud mint to know If tho Conftdcritu Ooumiticnt hin buui tailed to arcouul for thl lusult to ifrltlili nu irauiy. The rtturn from the dutueaud dittrlvUN thov that a further Improvement U exptUul to bo only temporary. In Frame tho unemployed t-otlun oiieratl.ci arc compuUd at 400,000, la abooluto dwtltu tlou. Dimon BtabtlOUB hOktlle tt) tlm D-vrnin,.. ssc , o u.,i.u outunj.B., -t .i pica, ocverai arrest were made, and document found showing a revolutionary conspiracy The Minister of the Interior directs the prefects to havo 30 batta. lion of moLulUed National guard formed bv tllO Bill tl nt .Tmnaiava. 1 J Ministerial rdlaTnatlona nrAMimnr.i if. rid. It it asserted that O'Donnelt will dissolve .uuKri- ii dii poucy De not opposed. Tariff modifications hae been propoeod ou Hod, cotton, dc. ITEItCSTI.G PROM ABPI.WVAI.I. AND PAN ASIA. Ihe Tlrate Alabama teen off ths east end of Cuba Arrival atTanama of otter 140,000 Dollars A Severs Earthquaks tn Guatemala Twototons nearly drttroyed Subscriptions taUn vo in i Kill aft,- Cl. i. -. l'..J..1 e. I .J-. "" V(.aa,tjur ukiv unu rrvunutu fJUUiKl f, Nrw York, Jan. 19. The steamer America, from Asplnwall ou the .lu luat., at rived here at 11 o'elotk to-nlghl lib. flo hundred naa.en Kcrs. Bhe ssllud In company with the steamer Champion, both belusr uuder tha ennvnv nr t... Kunboat Auguata, tho latter separating from., lhnAmiiHfinnih.itik r ""a The Chamtilon la below, and tctn .P.in .... about one or two o'clock. .. TU 'n,nB papers coutala tho following Items of newst lb. brig Dntmmond la at Asplnwall from New XorkT and itMh.t Sf 11S XU IplSS Alabama on the stjd off the east end of Cuba I .no vyane ana Lasciiter had tailed for San fwsrmr'' rtfl' .r uatei up. ADyjcjTisiisa One square, three slays' 11.00 One aquare, -four daya ...... i.gs On'.Knn.S.VAa: ! ' MlUO htt t9Je.i..iJ.lI r.V. f" cent, addition.! .'-uVL ....' ! 1 Once a week sdverllaaaawU charred J for each Insertion. sjlpbt lines of laW tomninWPefpjare. oVtvik)bU.Ihiboc4Ib bylU i-, ni.1.. .r.i r. i JT auction forM,000. The steamer BoneWraVWhEl ranaxn on thaSd In.Unt, with minion- and t half of treasure on board. 1140,000 of which U ror New xprk,, A SdTcTA eerthrtUaV. ArnrM.A I. h....-t- Decamher 1B two'wwns wro hearty destroy!, and great damarotabuildlnp was iusU1d1 q all places. Subscription! are being made among the Americana In Chill for tha aid of sick; and fonndod rdeJU.olttlta: .Violator AleeaJs bag beta preaented tallh a Chilian flag, to ratio la WaiWoglon is a pledge w .latciuttj. The fire at Asplnwall destroyed some thirty "lldlnca, and too toulilow It esUntsted at MO.000. Ln TIllrtTV.IEVEKTII COKOIitSl. Third f saelem. MOrTDlT, innarwlO. SENATE. A rttrftmnnlpatiiiti i. ralal am 4k. PoaLYIffle. rienarfraaaf. 1m ... ... . lion iD'nilrlng th. eausa of Iba daranr-ment of tlio malls bctwujQ Wsslilajituii aad Now York. transmlttlnjMltr.rromtb stvcral railroad coiUpanlea, statins Um delajr vraa caifsM main, lyby tlio lnweawd Irani on account or Lha war. Mr. IIARItlS brcacntcd the ttUlon of cltl rcua of tten Vork, asking CoLjress to tako stieh action an will sscur. to tha .nov a rclla. bio camp hospital and ambulance, cor. Mr. WILSON, of Mass., from lUo MUlUry Consmltteo, rtportod tno bill to provide for the IfrtatcT comfort or tn. sick and wonndod aol dlcrs, and to promote tha efflelenc v or th. mod leal dcpaitment or tho armv. Vr. aRIME8lntroduccd a bill relating to thei Enbllo schools In the county of WaiUnrtor. Ustrlct or Columbia. Mr. MORRILL Introduced a LIU Io amend tbo acttopretent membara of Congress and officers or the Government laVlug consideration rer procuring contracts, office or plsco. Mr. McIXJUGALLoffcml a concurrent reso lution i Keiofrei, That th. present attempt, bv tha rraaek noverammt, to subjiutate the Repulille of Mealeo to her authority by armed fores, Is a violation of the establlahetl rules of lntirnatloaal Uwi sd4 lftl".1!!' "" .m Um' Tlotatloa of the faith ot I lance, pletjred by the treaty maa. at London, on tha Slit of October, ISSl, between tha allied Covernmeals tr "ipala, rrancr, and Ear land, ami communicated to this t3overnm.nl ov.r the SlCftStUre. nf tha ra,..a..nt.ii... r .. .in by the Utter of . of November, imt, andnsr. tlcularly and reteMedl assured to this Govern merit thrauth Its Minuter Resident at the tourt KnoictnHlur. That the attempt t subject tha Republic of Metfro to Trench aulliortty Is an act ttot hterely uofrteAdly to tha B-publle, but to free li1,".u."0" every liete, and It Is reesnlrd by this Republic a. not onlt unfriendly but hostile Kaolitd, futlhir. That It 1. the duty of this ft., public to reunite of the (-J! eminent of Prance that her armed forces should be withdrawn from Ihe territory of Mexloo Rrlofrrd. lWri , Tli.t It Is the duty and proper offlce ot thU Republic, now and at all time.: to lend such aid to the Republic ot Mealeo aal.,or may be, required to prevent the forcible iaterpotl. tlon of any of th. Slalra of Luropa In the politi cal atl.trs of that Republic Kt torerfturaer, That the President of the United Ststes doeauM to be communicated to tb. Gov ernment of Mexico the views now expressed by th. two House, ot Coftami, snd that he be further requested to eauae to be negotiated such trcsryor treaties between the two Republics as will tend to make these vlswa effective. On motion of Mr. McDOUUALL, the reso lutions ware laid otcr tell Thursdsy. Mr. HOWARD proscnted the credentials of Hon. Zacharlah Chandler, reelected t'nltod Slates Senator from the Btnteof Michigan ror six years Horn 4th or March nut. lit) also offered resolution directing' tho Military Committee to Inquire whether anv quartermasters are etifarcd In cutting tha tlm. bcr on the lands around the capital, and ir so, by virtue or what law or authority. Mr. ARNOLD presented Ihe Joint resolution or the Legislature or Rhodo Island, Instructing I cr Senator, to aid lha memorial of J. T Cary, aud to aid In procuring an act tor tha payment of the clalma of tha regiment under tho coni maud or Col. Cary n the Revolutionary wax. On motion or Mr. TRUMBULL, the bill re organizing the Court or Claims waa taken np At th. expiration oUhe morning hour, On motion or Mr. WKIQI1T tha bill for the discharge of Stslo prisoners was taken up. Mr. POWELL proceeded to apeak at length In reply to the epcech of Mr. Wright, II. al luded to the quotations from Mr. Jefferson as authority for the suspension or habeas corpus and ror making arrcaUj and contended that Thomas Jefferson neve waa In ravor of arbl trarj arreela. referred to the ftcl that Mr. Jef. fcreon, whan rrcsldent, and when certain ar rests vtere made bv Gen. Jaeksnn. ..nt th. .tn. davits nud charges to Congress, aud handed tho peraona over to the clvU authority, directly the opposite or the course now taken bv the Presi dent and the Administration. Ue referred, also, to the last speech made by Senator Douglas, In wlilih he said he would resist any Interference with the Institutions or the States, and olalmad that tho Senator from Indiana had no right to quote Senator Donglaa aa authority tor Unprla nulnt; peaceful citizens In tho baatlle. ot the country. Ue denied that loyalty to the Govern ment Included loyalty to tho President. Mr WRIOnTsaldlhatlutluieorwarhcbe lhto.1 II the duty or every loyal man loeuppoit th (lorcrument and glte It all aaslstaucc Mr I'OIVELL said that depended ou tho charm Icr o' the war Ho believed this wsr waa iihiiiuuiud to ot crtlirow the Institutions ot tho Houth, nud ho bt Hot ed It v, aa overthrow lug thu C in Initlonaud huwuuldglvolt neither mouey nur in u HOUSE OK ICENIESENTATIVES. Mi TLIOT lutreducml n bill to uUblleh burc.ni ofcinautlPnUoa. Kcfitrtxl to tkuCou. niiiuo nn Fmancfpatloa. Mr 1KAIN Introduced a Mil tolmvritvmm tbL WHiblnpton Tbtatru Louituny. lUfcirul. Mr I(.T! VM Inlrndn. , .1 . I .111 (. ..! .M to ibu Mite of Midland to see uro the aboltaib .Mr WAailliUIlKE luuoducod ajoiutrceo haiou, width hb referred to the Committee of U aa and Meant. antirmirlj.llni ft v. tlirsnaai.. doll ire for the purpose of tompnintf audicgU- ".nu3' oi iuc wnoio uumocr 01 loat oi the UultLd States armj Mr FENTOX introduced u rtoolutlou.vhlcU Ma. adopted, calUtiff unon the Potmater Qeu trul to furnlh to the llouse the amount Vld for tho transportation of mall from the city of VaiuLDgioii to the cliy of IN'cw York, for th last four yur. Mr COX offered a rvwlutlon directing the See atary of War to Inform the House tha amount of revenue derived from the tale of horns, tallow, &c , luring the rebellion Re fared to the Committee oo QuTtrDiueiit Coa tract. GLKANlKd FaOM OUR IXZellANQE. 81avcry In New Orleans exists bj tufforsnes Sume of the human chattels prefer to remain with their masters under th. old conditions and aro allowed to do so. It Is aald that the elate Democracy of Data ware threaten to prevent the luanguratlon of Governor Cannon, the Union Governor elect of that Gtate The Inauguration comet off to. morrow k General MeCleruand has achleT&ntfgfast tletory over the rebels at Arkansas Post. Ihsu.sto dcucrsl SIcClernind and hie bravo men. Thore sceuie to be soma exrltemeut imotir tho W est Csnadlass, becsnso th. oil wells hay. ceased to low. ',, rf,d ,ettm ,0 a"- " ' oalllsj orth tome comment In tbo tempapeit and la political and tuUllar; clrclM.