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LOGALNEWS,
o Admit. " " !
Hearty IB thousand oopiss of the Stpvb
Horn ir circulated among thf Jotllng poptB
Mon every day jbttldtt thla( nunabariervsfe
to regular sabtorlbars.' Advertisers will ttks
note MQQTillMly. "'
Ammaemamtti i
Oixtebiur't HaLiThere will bs ths usual
amount of fun on band for those who Attend
to-nlgnt! ibe canternury Minsiro:, mo "?
Pantomime Company, Mid the other excellent
itiaa will annate In a varied Mid 101001 DOr
fbrmnnoe. Dul tew more night remain for pur
oltliena to witness tha inimitable Bob Duller
In hit tricks, and waurge them to Uke advan
tage of tha opportunity. To-nlght.'for tha laat
time, tha French pantomime, "I,e Blatue
'TOanohe." '
Paaunxomo HiLL.a-The " What ia It V' W
tha Albino Family at l'hllharmonlo Hall, Penn
sylvania avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
'atreatt. every night tblt week.Ho and aea
then.
i i i
hectare of Hen. John Jar.
Hon. John Jay,gTN.w .York, leotured before
tb Washington LeotbeAjtqslatlon laatnlght,
at the Bmlthtonlan, updalM flrene;"ThoughU
on the Rebellion; Iter Moral Character and IM
Folltloal Consequence.". He traced the origin
of lha different fltataa In tha Union, from the
Pilgrim aeltlera of MaatachusA.Ua, tbe Dutch of
Hew Turk, the cavallera anoTlbe convicts of
Virginia, to tne mingiea political exiie,rrenon
rtn.nannla. Irish. Ac. of the oountrr further
Bouth. showing tbat there waa a mixture of
patrician and plebeian blood In each aectlon,
not complimentary to pretensions of exclusive
Den.snd totally Insueaclenllosuggest tbe oaoae
or tne reueiuon. slavery no recognized a tne
offending cause, referred to the anti-slavery
IOI uiuh,idiiu vi lun nuu-eiaioar
of all the Revolutionary patriots, and fol
step by step through the long line of
atlona of the slave power. Its exaotlons,
views or an
lowed steD
Uturpauuua Ul mo biktv uuvon IW ouvuuua,
ltt profanation and final discarding of deraoo-
raoy,ana 1 a exposure oi luuioeousaeiurniuy
ana rotten treason tn the transactions of the
East year, ror wblob It has caused humanity: lo
lush.
And he added here, ' We shall blush still
more If 11 survive the present contest." He
acoepted the spirit of Mr. Be Sard's allusion to
mopuuuuui ipau WUIUU lug dubious., aiwiaijr,
bad been permitted to tako nt the risk of
destruction, If one drop of blood should be
drawn. Mot only a drop, but llvhuj streams
of the heart's best blood had beeikahed'by
slavery, and its destruction should now he
sealed. He closed with a beautiful apostrophe
to tbo Constitution, to long perverted to an
swer the reaulrements of suverr. but new
brought baok to Its original guardlansbip of
justice ana uoerty. sue lecture was greeted
with rrainanl afinlmis.
" ii.
Biave-calclilnf In tha District f Coltauet 1
bla. l
ttTLII I ll.ltnn..an,ltHin.Id UP .4l.lr.tl !. 1
11 UU UVlUUUIUDIVlVVIlklll.n w.nMWiu
measures tor tne aDoiuion 01 slavery in in
District nf Columbia, tha business of alave-
catchlng, flourishes In our midst as usual, and
pertont are arrested, on the mere presumption
of color, as belog fugitives from labor. A case
In point occurred the other night, at Justice
Donn's office. On tha night In question, about
ten o'clock, a county officer applied to Justice
Jobn II. Johnson, Justice Dunn not being In his
offloe, for a commitment to Jail of a negro
woman arrested by Officer A. E. L. Keese, on
tutplclon of being a runaway slave. Tbat Jus
tice refused to make out a oommltmenU After
it commitment wtsdecllned, the officer returned
to the office of Justice Johnson, and Inquired
of the Justice whether color was not prima
tacit evidence of slaverr. Tbe Justice replied
that bt could not determine tbe question as to
whether a person was bond or free on the pre
sumption of color, at it was well known that
mere were ire men oi ooior aa wu aa slaves
A gentleman (others also being present) who
wm altttnrr In Jnatlna JnhnRnn'a nffira.fhAAP.
log the glteoot criee of tbe poor woman
weat into Justice Donn't office, for the purpose
of teeing what was the patten, keesa bad the
woman in a little back room1, and her orles
were tnpposed to hare been occasioned by the
omoer placing- nanacuoa upua ner. laegen
tlaman. uoon attemntlns to enter tha back
room, waa met by Keese, who asked him, In a
very Intuiting manner, what- business he had
to come in and Interfere with u policeman In
lira uuviwip u uia uu.iorj, nuu iuihivu ij ntvo
him any tatitfaotlon to bit Interrogatory of
" rvnai waa iua maiwr r ' in genneman, alter
receiving further abate from Keese, left the
omoe.
A little wblte after, tho reDorter of this na
per oame into Justice Johnson's office, and
learning inai eomcwing was going on injus
tice Donn'a office, went and knocked at the
door, wblob was locked. An officer came to
tha door and unlocked It, and bo entered the
room, upon attempting to enter toe baoK
room, ho was met by Keese. who refuted to
admit him, coming out at the tame time and
closing tbe door. Tho reporter asked him what
tort of a case he bad, whether It waa a crimi
nal cate. The offloer replied that It waa no
criminal cate, yet refuted to give any satisfac
tion, promising upon the next day to give him
the full particulars of the case, and to him
alone. Our reporter, who knew well what
was going on, asked him what necessity there
was for so muoh ttoreiy, and requested to see
the woman, when be met with it fiat refusal. He
then told Keete that ho knew the facta or the
case, and left tha office. About an hour alter,
the otcro woman was taken awav from iha
ofiloa by Keese, but where to, our reporter
uuuiu qui aaoerMiu.
nus, under the very nose of Congre... a?
auub, uiiuvir ujb vorjr uuso ui iiUDKress, av
midnight, are colored men and women arrested
by opnstablti and lodged In Jail on tbe mero
rumin arrastart
suspicion oi oeing runaway tlavtt; mat tuspl
oien being bated merely uuon thetr color. Tha
poor crjaturti, onoa In Jail, are kept there for
monin) anu in aoine oases ror years.- ,
Thirty or theta poor creatures, who were
confined In the black bole nn ausplolon of being
refugees from the tyranny and iniquity of sla
very, were released a few weeks since by order
of the Secretary of State. Some of them had
been confined In tbe loathsome place for over
a year, and, could they have had an opportu
nity to prove their right to liberty, would have
been able to do so, But tbat privilege was
denied tbem.
Several gentlemen who wero iu Justice
Johnson's office at the time, represent the cries
and implorations of the poor woman Id have
been most piteous and heartrend ng, and the
earnestness with which the asserted to her
captor that the was a free woman would at
once have convinced anybody but tbe brute
who hid ber la oustody, tbat her assertion was
uurreui.
i ,
Til Barney Case.
This case, which waa nostncnnrl. ian.A nn
yesterday morning before Justice Johnson, at
the fourth ward itatlon-houte.
col. blunt, counsel ror tbe complainant, Mr.
John W. De Krafft. stated that ha wm authnr.
Ized to say that bis client (De Krafft) declined
an investigation of the matter at present, and
preferred to bring Ibe tubjeot before the grand
jury, wiiiuu vtvuiu w m cwun again on Hon
aay neat.
Col. Blunt alto said that Judte Purcell fwhn
It tbe principal tubject of the libel) requested
him to state that, to far at be (Judge Purcell)
wat conoernod, ho was ready to go Into an
Investigation at any time and at any place.
At this momont, Judge Puroell spoke for
, oimseii, saying mai lie neonoeu 10 preier any
charge before Justice Johnson, as the whole
matter would be brought before the criminal
oourt, there to undergo a full Investigation and
ventilation.
W. D. Davldte. counsel fur Mr. Rarnav. ro.
retted that the prnseouting witnesses had
een induced to waive an examination, as his
client was anxious to have a trial.
The case waa then dismissed by the Justice,
only however to appear again on another stage
under other circumttancea, and perhaps In
Dotgiai ujtT I'unBaB,
Dangerous HiMiri.
A young lad wat playing with h loaded pis.
tol. yesterday afterncon. In the Inflrmarv lot-
the weapon wat discharged, the ball pastlrc
through bla left band, inflicting an ugly wound.
in uuys name was jooq atarcy,
i i
Dlschantd.
John Adanuun, arrested on the charge of
stealing a waion irura jot. tvnuiaxer, wut dis
missed by Justice Walter on tbe payment of a
no ui lure uouars.
r ' 7i i
. ,j -BeaUts of eraUlart. '
Tha foiiowina- aeatot among m aoiaiera n'
ocourredslnoe our last report: , ura.
George Brown, company v, sin new i t
oavalry, at Colombian college.. '
A, need, company A, 3d Vermont volun
teer, at Calnmblan CoDera. .' r -
John 0. Walls, company 1, 1st Pennsylvania I
tsarahltt tt flaMMtfl steam? Ufsinlls.l . ' """ ' I
, Henry Badger, company E, 11th llattacbu
setts artillery, at camp. ' .
Franolt Eitlnger, oompany D, let Long bland
volunteers, at camp. ,
Private Urleiman, company K, lMth Pennsyl
vania vnlnntaara. at Warrah Hnanltal
H. Daniel King, company U, 8th New York
cavalry, at Columbian College.
.Levi Barrett, oompany F, 52d Pennsylvania
volunteers, at Carver Barraoks.
Daniel I). Williams, private In 69th Mew York
volunteers, at Good Hope.
Major Monks, oompany A, 7th Massachusetts
volunteers, at camp.
' Joseph Brrrns, company'!-', 36th New York
volunteers, at camp.
John Warren, oompany D, 2d Maine volun
teers, at oamp.
Joseph Blaok, company C, 19th Indiana vol.
unteert, at Patent Oftoe.
Theodore Ballet, oompany p.loitb Panntylva-
nia volunteer, at uarver rurraott.
samuei ti uowe, company u, tun name voi
unteert. atcamn.
Henry P. Hyert, oompany ,60th New York
volunteers, at oamp.
Albert Lyon, company A, Becond Vermont
volunteers, at Douglas Hospital.
A. Bcott, oompany H, 8th New York cavalry,
at Columbian College.
Pater Kelley, company E, 09th Pennsylvania
volunteers, hi camp.
' Wm. Bonnet, company F, 8th New York oav
air v. at Columbian Collet.
John Bayport, company 1, 8th Pennsylvania
ut nn,,iH nu,i n, nwnw
Wm. B.Atkins, company A, 3d Distrlot of
Columbia volunteers, at Seminary Hoaoltal.
Francis Neddo, company B, 62d New Yjtaatt
volunteers, ai camp.
Ohas. Bhepard, oompany B, 2d. Maine volun
teers, at camp. , ,
0. II. Howara, company F, 8Stb'tfew York
volunteer,' at Seminary Hospital. " .
0.nhodet,ompanyH,8tbNaw York cavalry,
at Columbian College. -
N. Fletcher, company F, SltiGanntylvanla
volunteers, at Columbian Co'lege. v
F. Hicks, company D, Sth New York oavalry,
at Columbian College.
Jonah Bendel, company E, 2Jd Pennsylvania
volunteers, at oamp.
L. Sullivan, member of band, ltt Long bland
volunteers, at camp. ..
John Morgan, oompany E, 8th' Pennsylvania
uavairy, at uvuorai Hospital.
Sergeant Patrick Cunningham, company A,
98th Pennsylvania volunteert, at camp.
Hanry V. Davenport, company 1, 7th Matta
ohutettt volunteer!, at oamp.
Conrtland Sooffltld, oompany I, ltt Pennsyl
vania Reserve Corns, at Eruntfva Hoaoltal.
Wm. Paddock, oompany 1, 1st New Jersey
tajii j at uauir'i
John Taylor, company E, lit U. B. Cavalry,
at Columbian Collate.
L . . ---.
toeoeier Houston, Happen and Miners, at
smlnary Hospital.
Thomat Jonea, company K,6Slh New York
Jlunteers. at camn.
Wm. Mlllapaugh, company U, 50th New York
vuiunieers, m camp.
O. W. Van Doien, company C.Sltt New York
voiuoieero, hi rupuve nospusi.
Charles Johnson, oompany K, 10th New Jer
sey Oavalry, at Eruptive Hospital.
William Haverstraw, company D, loth Peon-
avlvanla vtilnntaara nt namn.
Rlohard Clllft, oompany HT2d Pennsyitranla
vulunteori, at Carver Barraoks.
Lytander 8. Phillips, company F, 85th New
York volunteers, at camp.
Daniel L. Hall, company E, lltb Ualna volun
teers, at camn.
Wm. B. Potior, oompany A, 7th New York
vuiuuivora, ai uampt
Wm. It. Beach, oompany C, Otb New York
oavairy, ai oamp,
Athbel Pease, oompany 0, 2d regiment Ber
dan's Sharnshootars. at tuns.
Charles Osburn, company 1, 104th Ptnntyl-
Tnui. vuiuutvar. ai arvar narraoat.
Samuel L. Williams, oompany I, Oth New
turk vuiuuieBrs, ai oamp.
Thomat Codrlngton. company 0, S2d Penn
tylvanla volunteert. at camn.
James L. Oreen, oompany E, 77lh New York
vwtuiiiooiB, at camp.
Relatives of daoaaasil anMlapa nan ha Ai.
nlthed With kit tha lnfnrmallnn Ihiv iIhIm In
relation lo the burial place of their friends,
"'J '-"""""a vi. riant, uovernmem
undertaker, 118 Seventh street, between O
, i
An TTaiaIarntl Ban.
Yesterday, a painful tpeotaole ocourred-ln
Justice Johnson's office between a father and
the son. A United States warrant waa issued
by Juslloe Barcaclo, on the oath of Jobn F.
Clements, charging hit ton, J. F.CIemente, Jr.,
a young man about nineteen years or age,
with threatening bit lifo, and kttplng up a
oourte of personal abuse against him and bit
mother that ht-waa In the habit of whipping
ji,h ut'iiuqr,iuu utoarwiss in treating ner.
The youns man cauld not dlsnrova lha
oharget. Hltfather had exhauated ntiy effort
itUrarbrm him. but hail fallari. Tha Jnallna
ftequlredblmtoglveteourltytokeep the petct
1 lawaafla kla amABAaA . a - ua a "
iuva.,ua uia uarania, gui n rstuteo. tie WtS
men committea to jail in default or ball
CISa- tlnaiMalla.
The meeting held last nltht by tha nonnnils.
wasjnerely an Informal one, the membera at
leafbling together for tbe purpose of receiving
. a.-.ii..i ::.tvv.:"--
TdTfiEHSE, ff " SffivSffi HS " .TO
10 1.1 . 'j .."r.r f. """"."'-' " "-
Waahlngton and Alexandria railroad.
Pickpocket Arretted.
John H. Daily, at lam Rnri Dallv araa r.a.l.rf
last evening, in Purdy'a ttlooo, on the corner
of Sixth ttreet and tbe Avenue, by offloert
wrucu aua uisei, tor picaing a toiaitr'tpocKtt.
ia wan uauam m tuo aut.
!
Tbe ranerat of H r. John Bestfortl
Will take place to-day, at 2) o'clock p. m
from the K ttreet Baptist Church, where the
friends or tha family are requested to attend,
nriuiuui mriuer ounce. li
, .
The Indian Herb Doctor,
From Csnadt, will deiorlbe diseases and Ull hit
pttleats the nature ot their eomplamtt or
Illness, without rectlvuig aay In
formation from tbem.
Na Cttargi for Cbamttaaon or Aitiet.
oca atorio.
We us nob Balms as have no strife
with Nature or the Laws of Lift:
With Blood oar hands wt nsver sttia
Nor pot nun to ease their pain.
Oar Father whom all goodness lllli,
Provides the meaos to cure all Ills:
Ths Simple Herbs beneath our feet,
Well used, relieve our pala complete.
A ruspls Herb, a staple Flower,
Call'd from the dtwy Lea
These, these shall tpetk with touohlng power
Of ohugs tad health to thee.
Bo-mtto II, WMhlog'oa Belldiag, reaatylvt
nia venue, eerier of Seventh street.
No ehtrge for Conroltttloa. Jan II to
, ,
IniHa Kb) bber floods.
Rubber Blankets tor goldlers, I1.2J eaeh.
Rubber Fonehos and Blankets ccmbinsd, 12.10
cub.
India Rubin r CosU, white tad black, I1K ttch.
Indit Rubber Ltiginsitl per pair.
And aU kinds Rubber Ooods-.ncladlog Bobber
2o,ta tnd.Sbje. Rabber Btoppm for Bottles, Door
Mtti, UBderthcaUiig Ihr Bsds ustokBess, o., lu at
mtnufsotoreri' prices, at U A. HALL'S
India Rubber Warsbouat,
. , ., soareaasylvuiittvente,
deglttl Bet. ninth and Tenth sts.
iii
Corn, Bunion, Oalosltltt,
Chia!f 'JY' Frosted Feet, Bad Nails, Enlarged Joints,
and til dtsssses of the Feet oared without Palo, hy
DR. WHITE, Boaoso CaiaoroDU?, ' T
lit Pennsylvania Avenue, between iu and oth sts .
Room No T, eeorad floor.
Oftlos hours from 9 a. ra. to s p. m.
MP Calls made at prlvtte rcildtnosi, whemleilred.
Whlteharsl, No. 131 Fnn. Ayenne,
Is telling original cartel de viilt photograph!
of Uenerala Bcott, HoClellan, Wool, Bankt, Fre
mont, Butler, and othert. Our likeness of
McClellan is the latest published, and la con
sidered the bett In existonoe. See our photo
Sraba In oil and wator colore. Also portraits of
UUngulthtkl men. Attention of military men
Is called to our full length lettertyuet, for tend
ing by mall. Jr deoW
rMAkoato-A STATKD COMMUBICA-
ofSt.Jel.t1 Lodge, Mo. 11, wlU bejMkl this
I rrlltii tvaatM . at T a'tlot.
ftaasrer. - r .vvai. ai. Daiiin,avnnaiy.
1T,TAaUt.3a. fcECTViia AatOCIA-
law atjkUtath letters of tha coarse will U -Ilvtrtdbr
FRBStDENT HAMILTOM C0U.BOK, '
, , HIM ,,,, .S-V
BM1TH80NIAN TMSTITttTIOM.
Oa FRIDAY KVENHO, Kb Htb. -ff
Hcsjici,-" The Great KeiilBoV' 'i
TO-atORtOW (SATUIDAY) NIOHT,; 1 (
HUN. GER RETT ."SMITH,1
gctjsn-'TatWaf."1 ,H r ,
tor Ticket holdtri will bt Kqtlrtd to etbiblt their
titktta tl tbt door to avoat ooafailoa.
Doors opt, at 1 o'otoek. Ltettrt to comneaoe at
o'clock, t tj J , - '
Tickets U ctatl tub', to bt obtained at the door
tad at the Bcotttern,
ftbts
WANTED-TO HI BE A 8MART, ACTIVE
colored BOV, aol over tbhlata years of tgt,
te taka can of a acria end tasks bltusir naerallv
uHfal about a boa e Apply lo me, tl the ofltee of
ueps. usaa, ooratrvs a wvnir-siavBi aa u suvvta
libM-tt OKO. HILDRETH.
VSrANTBD-naTB THOUiAND fl.OM. CIROR1
W of Wlat tad Alt Bottles, of vtiloasVats for
wnica cssn win do paid, nrqeire or JiniufKou v
Ca,atHawlyaTMtagUlB't PorttbltTeat De.
pot. torBtr of Tsttb tad E streets.
ti aitaiot, V. C. ftb it-4t
TkllORIDITED BARK.
The bills of the follow leg Bsnktwlll bt taktn at
par in excuanga ir av;os at mj swra, vja;
rtratrs' tad Maohaalca' Buk, MUloft
ro, ue i.
ivriiiMVHcrn aHiaaf? arrvo, a a
nonn attttrn naaa, warrea. ra,
inHitt Duu, arrnivn. n.
SAM'L, W. THOMPION,
1 - tn Fenusylvtata tvtsttt,
ftb 18 tf under BrowatHoUl.
TJOABDINO-HEAR THE STATE DEPART.
AJ mcBt Two GaatltBleB and wives eaa b aav
ooauBOdated at IS O street, between TblrtNata
and FearttuUi strtstt. tt lit ner week: or rear
uisuiana, aa a.au per wea sen. lDB 91
LOST YES riRDAT AFTERNOON, between
Camp Plerpoot (Va ) aad Wtthlngton, ela the
Caaal road ant Bavsnth street. GeoraaiowB. a small
but a a)At 11i.v Ejn.ivaucj, uibtwi luiiaaofiviioai,
- rrsseaiea 10 vapa. aaggaia or a, a ana tv. aa.
KDHIIII."
A ucsrai rtwara .win s paid lor a retara to
ioi. tf Baa aa, lagaxmra. a wauiu ivaiaaaai s csaai
vaala Rereive Corps, at Camp ritrprat, Va., at it
Is pitied highly on aooouut of Its being a gift from
frftads. ' ftbst
JJ O T I O K .
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING U B. NOTES
AND BONDS.
.Taaascav DavaavitiaT. Veh. va. isal.
Bested propostlt will be reoslved it the offloe of
iua ororatarTot ioe arvaeBryavHi n aaawaaay, ur
th day of March neat, for faralthlag ninety mill
ions oi Unltsd States Notes and two haadrad mill.
loas la Hoods, to b Issued UBicrthatathorltyof
lataoiei nonary, irst sauiiea "is aoi to at
thoilie the lane of Ualttd (ttatet Trttttry totes,
Mm iwi um k-vyatsBjiytiua ur niBtHiu intstfrui. ' txo.
NotM mod boitff will b rttitlrM oi th dtnoml
fttloiu and In thi rrooortlom mm fbllawi:
Thirteen millloni eich of United HUtef notei of
lha afaoaaalwtllaaia aS tl. ini nft( la. tiuii. -J
taav avaavtauaaatutfiatj VI a r. iu . atv aru a)( tVW KBU I
boo's, ud twtlti mlUlou of the denomlMtioa.of
I.VW. a
,. OF REGiaTEBBO BONOS,
r iTt minion or u atnoamauon or,
tio
100
too
1,000
t.000
FUleea do
Fllteea do
do
do
do
de
do
do
Forty ao
Fifteen do
Ten do
no
do
do
do ,
10,000
OF COUPON. BONDS.
TJahlv tnllllnaa nt tha AhmmIuIIm
StrMO
TwAty aallllots ol th de noalattloa of. .... . too
PrODOsals will baiecelvad fhr lha dallwavv nt all
of oat or store denominations of Botes tad beads,
cowplttt, iBalbdlag tbt eagravjsf. ptlitlag, Bam
rerlec, aad paper, or separately ftr the eagitvLac,
for ptutlng, tad for ptper. The estrtilag matt Be
in me nwnisi siyis or art, ana the paper of ths
beat uaallTy.
PrvpoMrs must state lb number of sheets and ths
sf resale represtateUvt vslueof etch denomlat
(oa which they utdtitake to furolsb daily, aad tbe
Uatt namber of days rnnlred fross notice ol award
serore oonamraoimsBi oz asursiy.
Models for notes and bonds must be submitted and
specimens of work tcoompuy them.
Models of notes on Ihi 1st will b In the stmt
form as now uied, and oa the baokt will sttte the
privilege of leg tl ttndir and other privileges stipu
lated la tha law.
Models of bad i will, In addition to the usual
itlpalaUons, btvt the statement that they are reim
bursable after fire aad parable twenty ytars from
date
It U expected also that, at far tt practicable, the
dies and plates will be neb as htvo not beta here
tofore ussd except for work or the Uaited Btetei.
Eash Dronmaf mail ba anamnnaiilail hv a atal
meet or the bidders facilities lor axeoattsg thi
wvra. uaa Dumucr ui preesvs ia aee, nanus empioyoi,
secarlly cl buildings oooupltd, aad capltel Invested.
Prooosals by iaojrnor.lad CMnnanlaa raaat lia in
computed by a copy of charter and tbt name of
we ameers; ana proposals oy uniooorporatea asso
clstlons by Ibe sr Holes of assoolttlou aad nemtt of
nartisj.
Bonds for Iht faithful aad prompt execution of
ma wvi a as proposea or unauy af rcsu on in tne sam
of any thousand ddltrs will be requited: tbe names
or the parlies offered as sureties tod their written
consent to btoosMSBth, together with a certificate
of an .Assistant Treasurer ss to their seOclsiioy,
mutt atoompaay etch propoat).
Tbt Secretary ol the Treasury reserves ths right
to reject any or all tht bids, and to vary tbt tmouats
specified, ss In hit opinion tht Interests of tbe public
sarviea aaay irtilir leoze loin
OatLKCT BOHOOIa FOR alltLI.
IS Per Quarttr, Trencb and Mule Included.
Has. A. ZArrONB, Frlaolpal,
Ho 61 K etreet,
Hear tha Circle.
atar.FaTnlshtd Rooau lor Ettt.on very medtrttt
arsav, u aaina osusaoasT o si I
GMIXatMBBI'a RCAUl-.tJAOR OAll
MRNTS, OF Flltb QUALlTr.
Ws offer citiuns and strangers a largt aasortmtat
or OVERCOATS, DBK8B COAT8T BUSINESS
COATS, PAlALOONB.and VESTS, ol all colon
and qualities, equal In maka and nnlsh to tha bell
custom work.
vrALL.STOPUENS A CO.,
Merchant Tailors aad Clothiers,
Pa events, tiet. tla and IdlhiUt
an-Uli '
PBNIIUHF,
BOUNTIES.
LAND WARRANTS,
. . ., A1D. ARREARB OF PAY
Secured for Soldiers, or their legal reprrscutatlvei,
at low rates, by the saaterlbers.
Also. Claims Of eltlzCBS Of the ITnSteil Rlaba
tgtlnst Costa Blot, under tresty of Jalv t. 1190:
tad claims of any deeotipMou necessary to be pre
sented at tht Deptrtmeau or Ooiernnstat, In this
city. CLARK 4. OAYI.OBD,
no. mow oBBsaivensa avenue,
feb SO- w VVtshltgton, D. C.
New York Dally Tribune plesi copy.l
NATIONAL, BTJEAM IiAVNOKV,
feaaiytDaaia Jtmit, milk tuts, near 16U Urat.
NEW PROPRIETORS AND ITBvr HANDS,
W tablet for the Army. Hotels. Kamllbu anrf in.
dlvldatlt All work dope la tbt ceststyle, and war
ranted. Charges moderate. Goods sent for aad de
Ilvsred. Large orders contraeted for onvsrylow
terms. fab it eeiw
QUARTERMASTHR'S CERTIFTCATKS
ana orata
nought by JAY COO KB ft CO.
uu I bnnn.i I iiUAiun
no
-je-Sw
49a Fifteenth utrtet.
JUS r RECEIVED AT OKEEN ft WILLIAMS'S
House Kurnlihlsg Warcroomt, a large assort
ment of Walnut Katenslon Tables, all slies, via: 8,
iu, id, id, aou is aval, waion win De sola low, Also,
15 of the newest styles Cotugs Sstls.
ajsitaoa examine jor youreeivet.
For private sale only.
ClltEKN ft WILLIAMS,
Auotlon and Commlasion Merchants,
feb 16 It Herenth and 1 streets, No. Slid.
T?RENCU.aERMAN.SPAMISHanITAT.l-AN
X? Taught In a Superior and Expeditious manner,
by a f eaUem-n, lets Professor In College, who .kai
iraveiaa main in nnroni. ara ia laminar atui tM
tystams of the aoted universities thread.
Aaurrae u. vr. is., rwt imos, dcx no a, Wash
ington, DO.' AbSo-tT
WRAPPING PAPER t
Fr Bai a at ihleOAT.,
1TOR THE. ARMY AND NAVY.'
" ;
nM-g'i tjLTa onriuii!
PIAXCPS OAmD-POlTlAlTl
PROMINENT CHARACTERS,
W? NTtM M WaaTMIgtM, Bs V
Fetir deorl above D, (ap stain.)
Ibis Is a BtoatBatqttaad the only origaBalptb.
lltattett of lUsllkt aMIatara FertralU, (Uas agrav:
lutJjVt Ian mtlh to satlctaJa a easnwa Thmr
yaas-eBr sasnijiag aw varrafuj oi aistaaiinaBas,
Tkty artentated with eaeh anrked tbdlly that a
eaaactsmr esaaot htlp adnlntg tkttt lor thair
attntt merit. Atldt Iron lbU7"bej as Jait the
Ulag at t a&tUm in memnrf of Umt stairs, MS uch
day brlags forth Its faoorUt or Ui arming For eol
vaaaaamaaT anal a aiuaa, vr aim maaaai .
sewais, uiey are ssaoa aaparwr so pBttaarttnt, at
taty will lest for otaest or taaas
aav Pitas, llaarta aaay. la aaata. Haat la ail
dirt ks the Ualttd Vtattt free of pottage. The
onsy matt aeooeapaar every order. Largt dls
eomal suds to partaastrs la qtsatittas.
AGXnffS WAlfTHD,
To" Sell Direotlyito Eoldieiy.
Our Terms Tm THtm jtre Very
Ia MM JS Jt JL
AHtl Ther will tail It Hlgklr
ProaUmu Btttlmeta.
SENDFORCIRCULAR&TERUS
L. PBANOtt CO..
IblkSiers and Utiioaphers,
- BOSTON, 84 McaoaiKr'i Row,
WA8HINCTON, MO Brrnrra Stmr, Form
,11 iroOaH aUOTI f),
When Terms and ParHaiar may tt OMalnri.
M. B. Our itbumeren frlendt la
tbo Army and Navy will Diesis, bear in
mind, that we now publish. every week two
new plctuios i wtlsMibf Gerjcrals, Oolooeli,
or .other dtattagrilatorl men and at tbe
arnfl time can maka pictures to order, tuch
at artvyjot on oar Lttt, in few dtji, and
at verv reasonable terms.
aw List of Portraits, Ftbrury. U6S. Fabllthtd
atmUvly,lyid! ,
PATRIOTS.
L Georte Wuhlatton.
U. Oca. RlehardaOB.
X Uen.Wlafleld bcott
ts. Lt. Col. O. Parham,
llth Pean.
IT. Cant W likes.
S
Mcdtllaa.
Burnsldt.
Butler.
Anderson.
Wool.
Baatt.
Sprtnt. Ooy. tf
4. "
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e.
i. "
s,
t.
10
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U. "
IA '
It. '
II. "
ie. "
IT.
It. "
ra. uva. aaeaowstl.
19. " Sickles
40. Smith.
si. MtCtU.
13. ' Blooum.
Col. Culler.
41. " Poe.
II. Lltat Col. Ctmene.
41. Major Soott, nth Tt.
4T. Oen. R. King.
41. Porter"
Rho Island.
Lyoet.
Rlgtl
Fremont.
Roaeeraas.
Helatselatn.
Bleaker.
Dtx.
Dttryra.
(.trvvrsa.
et.uea Bnermaa.
Htlleck.
Jitnaer.
Keyes.
Basil.
Ord.
Battrrbeld.
Coaoh.
Jtt Las,Kaa-
It.
" Btr.
30 Col J. at. Marphy,
atJthFa.
31. Cearhraaa.
tl. " EuawoTtt.
n. Abraham laaed
it. Betrttary O. Wei
ass ofuaa.
It. Col. Champlls, Third
Mloblaaa.
M. " RobertCowdln,
First Mass.
SO. ' Hayes, Sixty-
third Pen.
II. Caldwell, Elev-
ealh Malae.
9. HOB. J. Holt.
M. " B. A. Douglas.
ir. T. Frtaats Meagher.
K. John Brown.
St. Boa. Henry Wilson.
JO. r. P. Blair.
Sl.Cel Let, Twtatltlh
Mass, regiment.
S3. (Jen, Fraaklia.
at. Jamotoa.
M. Com. Dapoat.
IX Lt Col. Stevtas, Id
auvoifaa.
03. Gsb. lTooker.
M. HarUadtle.
And Ifty different Colonels made to order.
THAI
1. Jet. Dtvlt.
I. A. H. attphtia.
3. Uen. Btturegud.
t. " A. B. Johnston.
I. Let.
A Bards.
TORS.
T. Ex Btaator Mason
S. SUdeU.
. Oen. MoDaJBt.
It. Johnson.
11. " BenMeCulloen.
It. Floyd.
JUST PUBLISHED,
A new pioture of (Jen. MoOlellan
k rTcw and Mt Kxeellent Fletttre of President
Llncolo, u ffork, will bt Mined in a h w dayi.
N. B. All orders, accompanied by the money, will
be promptly attended to, and for warded to any camp,
vj man, irea ui voaxgv, uvna uav voica u rr aaaiaar
ton, No. IJO Stvtath street ftb 1 eolm
DEPOT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
Coavsa or EioarasHTB ato G stbbbts,
rraiAlnotm. D. a . ntnum 10. 1 am
Sesiedprcpostia for luralsbtag to the Ooverameat,
aa unapviai, yifjvif va luvaaaau haai xtAatas
rtr the graves or dectsted soldiers will he recaved
at this offloe until Satarday, March 1st, lies, at 13
V ewes noon
The boards must conform In all respects to the
louowiaa;
orr.asavjaaiufiio
The Boards to be of clear locust wood, franrn
Know, i j luur reel ioBg, taui lan aacaes wiae,
i 1K)
one aaa oiia uaii menea uiioa.
To be sllahtlv roundsd at the ton and'ehamfered
oa one side, round the top, tnd down etch tdgt to a
oinaaoa oi fij one loos (v;ntn laenss.
Plaasd smoolb en eaeh aide.
A specimen of tht ttylt of board required may bt
ana aa inia onj.
ProBOsals should bs addressed to Col. D. If. Rttca
it. Quartermaster U. B. Army, Washington, D. C,
aaa anoviu ue pianuy uaraea - rrvpctmim ror tieaa
Boards.'
D. H. KUCKEll.
febSO-dlMirch
Q M. tnd Col. Ac.
CTATUAHY.
MA.RBI AC, MONUMENTS,
aitj.i cVfji
I btvt a large and most cxteetlve stock of
Italian Marble Moattmemls, Grayeatones,
Ac., Ac.,
for ssle tt low nricei. for cash. I will sell nt reduced
prices to those f the army or ntvy who may wunt
liiiui aa uMiuiBuni ivr uinr vianraee woo oav
laiisa IB oerenoe oi an union.
WM. RUTHERFORD,
feb IT em E street north, bet. nth tnd 13tb,
nlKII PIKUl PIESIII
t per hundred I BS per hundred I IB per haadrod I
SUTHRS. ATTENTION!
The attention of Butlers, tnd dstltrs generally, It
Kiwuwi uiTiiau iv iua ,ara aaavrineBI oa
Pitt, Cake. Bread, Halle, Baltealt, Ac.
kept oonalaatly oa hand and baked every nay by
the ucdersurned.
Sutlers can rely on getting a good Fit tt the low
price of per hundredand have them at all timet
ireen irom ia ovsn.
PKACR PIE I APPLE PIE! DRIED APPLE
PIE I CRANBERRY PIE I PLUM PIE I
CURRANT PIE! PUMPKIN PIE!
The sabscrlbtr would respectfully call the atten
tion of the nubile to his assottmsat. and while ihaak.
lag them Nt th patronage already heetowed, solicit I
their orders, whloh will be promptly Ailed. 1
urAiuue. oauiiii.,
No. Ml New York avenue,
between Tenth and Eleventh atraeta.
Stalls set tnd MT Centra Maiket,aad 101 Northern
sjivciuee aaaaavi leu aa in)
A.
J. FULLAM'S
HTKNClla CUTTING TOOLS,
FOR THE USE OF ANY SOLDIER WHO
wieucs iu oivar a isw nunurea uoiiirs extra b
furnishing his Comrtdes wllh PLATES to mar
their Clothing, Equipments, Ac. Circular, Simples.
nil VI. or nt lli.l.a.u... II . r- k if '
M... .n w. ui.uuuuRii KUL (iua UJT mail.
Address. A. J FULL AM,
nib it 3w BprlngBsld, Vermont,
TrtfiROBBHaS AMD COAL OILS.
The undersigned has always on hand the pure
on tht most favorable teima to the trtde, tt th nid
etttblishtd stand, all Broadway, Baltimore. Also,
the most tpprovtd. Coal Oil Burners. Lamps of all
tutaum win ww awau ivwi
Itb l-law(JwW JOHN B. CAUSWELL.
4LMt8BMKNTSl
CtfTfE:.IlJllY4
CANTERBURY! ;"
1 o J t.
- t AIT WEEK Ot THK7 '
' - C . a5taL. '""' " pit 1-" t j L.
TiaTTTSTt '".'
.. LSONI
LBOMI
1 r
-J
PANTOMIME TROUPE
PANTOHIHE TRODPE ! I :
PAifOMIsfMJPEIII
TO-NIQIIT, tbe LAST TIME of the Comic
Pantomime, ,
Lej Statu Bluohe,
L Statu Blanch,
Le Statu Blanch.
BKAUTlirtTl, DUVALI
Oantrbmry Minstr!
Admlssloa S5 cants Orchestra ebtfrt M oeali.
AFTERNOON ENTERTAINMENT
For Ltdles tnd FtmlUct.oa
WEDNESDAY ft SATURDAY AFfEBNOOBS,
tt I o'clock,
Whea m, Uvlah dliUlbulloa of ELEGANT PRE8
Tojs. Fatty Articles, aad MAONIFICKNT SILK;
DRESSES. j ,
Mr.. Biaalty, No. 41 roar- half street, received a
spltadld silk dress oa Bitardty.
jay Admission as cents : Lblldrta 10 etatt.
itb M Surj
KiiaD as mans: aiioa aaa ooniy jiwiirr.jioou.
Pi T. BAtUIUH'B
OF LIVIKt. WONDERS!
MUSEUM
CHANGE OF LOCATION TO
faU.MAttMOM'IC MI.iLL,
(Pencsilvanla Avenue, near Eleventh street,)
- - THIS DAY.
CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
1. T. Baraam vnelfailv aanouaote ta lha eltl.
saaa of WaahiHtea that ha baa beu ladaaad lo
preeeat far their patrrmsgt, for a ftw dtys, the prin
cipal leaturea of hit
AMERICAN MUSEUM, NEW YORK,
The Mysterious What Is ltt
And those wonderful Ntturtl rntnomenont
THE ALBINO FAMILY.
They will hold their
Ltvass raox 10 a. x. rot r it ,
for tht reeestlon of
Ladics, Jcvcaibts akd Family Patriae.
gat Everybody, young aad old, should see thim.
Admlaalon tl cents: Children 10 cents: Servants.
with children, 10 cents.
am At aieht and ob Saturday afternoon lite Cull-
osltiee will appear In eonjanctioa with tht
UAminiMUkj rainoiHEiaio,
Prtientlagan Unequalled c.mbtaatlon of Novelty.
febia-TTw
gKIH KKINCtLK. 'H OOMK
jbsi rtotivint, ue largest tioei oi
FANCY GOODS
In Washington
WilUag Desks, Dreselnx Cseee, r rtioiict, Diree
tloa and Alphabet Slocks, Garnet, Photo
graph Albums, GIR aad M 101
iatcout Books; In great
vartetlet, at war
ratta
Call and tee, at oil Krut ED'S
Htadijaartert,
de 31 Coran teventh aaa D ttrttta
OetALBD PKOPCsSALB ara lawltacl tlU
0 tht 10th day or Jtersn.ue
eupplylnc the u. S. Sub Dap1
BEaUr CATTLE oa th hoof.
to lath day of Mareb.isn, at 11 o'clock m.,tor
ia u.o. oao iep'swiua o,uov neaa oi
-IhaCaitla to be delivered at WtshlottOB City.
ami aaah asiaaal ea .Tarag ICOusMMaaa frots
weight; no animal admitted which wolf he lets than
t :otu pouaoe arom.
Tha CattJ ui be deUrered at suoh Ume and In
each quantities as the Government may raqotr.
no i;aiua win oa reqairea aauer ants coatraoi n
fore ths 1st dty ol AprU, 12.
llslfen and BaUoekt not wtnted.
A bond with good and tufflcleat security will be
reonlfed.
Government rtierves to Itself Ihi right to pty in
areasary nuica.
No bid will be entertained when oat in by eon
Irafiiara who have nrevlonaty fatted to eomnlv with
their coatractt. or where the bidder It not present to
rcvponi io nui una.
Bids to be dlretted to Mat. A. BECK WITH, C
8., U. b. A., Wtthlagloa, D. C.
Foaa or Bio.
I, A. B , do hereby propose to deliver to the Gov
ernment go d Beef Cattle on ths hoof for - per
handred pounds gross weight The Cattle to be
delivered at . aecordier to tne terms or tht tn
etoeed advertisement. The (.atlla to ka welshed nn
tht scales, tnd tht weight so dsurmlned to be tb
purenase weif bi. anereoyaareeiogiv agwaana
sumewnt bond for Ihe fulfillment of the jimtreot,
tad to receive Treasury potts in paymett lor the
aiue. leo is
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS AND SUTLER8I
UOUOIi DROPS! C0U01I DROPSl
SHAPFIELD'S
CELEBRATED
MEDICATED COUGH DROPS!
WARRANTED TO CURE THE SEVEREST
COUUU, COLD OR HOARSENESS,
WIN ONK OB TWO DAY8.1t
For. sals, wholettlt tnd retail, at
JOS. BHAFFIELD'S Confectionery,
ftbap lm No Ml Sixth St., btt U and If.
SEALED PROPOSALS ARE INVITED TILL
TIIH FIFTEENTH DAY OF MARCH. IS-S.
at M m for parchaalns; frum Ihe Government the
Hide and Tallow, Htols and Horns, 1'onguej,
uuucxs, anu noias,oi u in ueei a;aui uiea oy
tne Army oi ina tne aoiomso.exeepa inors biiicq
within tht ttcient limits ol the Distrlot of Co
lUIAIVlBS't f
No bid will be entertained unless the bidder Is
pre cot to reaiond to his bid.
contractor ke will be held aooountiblt for Hides
to, of allialmals killed, whether he gets tbem or
not.
The bids to be directed to Major A. BECK
WITII.C. S., U. H. A , Washington, D. C."
feb 3f-td
pAKKUY POIl BALK. A Btkery, with two
XJ larg tf vtvno, in gooa oruer,ana now aoiog a
good bualneM.wlll be told cbetp, lor cash, IT appli
ed for soon. Bostnesi requiring tho attention of the
prupn-wia imaiuii. 14 iw wb iunh lur
sals. For fuither particular, call at this office.
teo ia iw
WANTKD-a. FEW ACTIVE PERSONS,
to canvass tbe reslmenti on the Virginia shore
ror stsncil ntmet Froa Ihree lo Art doliirt per
dsy mty be realised by tctive operations Inquire
Ol u i oaii i ii ,
Washington Btlldlng, Room IU,
feb lo-lni Wtthington, D 0.
FRAN ICIjIN
911 raau't. ava., uotin sioa, aaTwaaa lwaura
aD TEiaissaiu siaaair,
EYE GLAbSEjS,
MARINE AND FIELD GLASSES,
COMPASSES, to
or Tur. duit wiutiks,
Constantly on hand.
(tbt
TIOTATOK. l.tOO bmalaala of Jackaon
X Wbitt Fotatoee, lust arrived per schooner
ii n. Dsvvrv, anu ror sate iron vessel ia toia
PETER BERRY,
fib 3f It Water ttlcot, Gtorg elown.
& CO.,
z r x o x wbb. so- i
AUOTlOlf'SALBge"-
VlaVlflt:
iT'
Jf J.'tj; aaeaP.it.Kat CO., Awetlomaan.
HOmMMULD JVKniTURg ADD KOCBMlt
iaafrWII74J -ir AUCTION. "
Oa FRIDAY MORNliTo, Fab.-Stth, eamnano
taftt teo'eioek, w tbaU sell at tht rtsldenee of
Mn.Nlehoils.tStEtevsath stmt; between B md
u'atUukn boasehold etrtcla,0OTis1ssBJ'rBparef
S'taeyslr.oloih8oitasdCcstrt ;
KLalr ?1H1 and Sine Tablst aad Ocrtrs
Walaal Waeaetande aad Bnretus
iga" sett Chamber chain aad Table..
Walaat, Frtneli aad Coltsse licditeada
Venule. Blladstnd qStWVSsw 'utdet
aaaia ana av.iais varpcts I (
Veeetlaa stair Cti pet i
Oil Cloth aad MafliDr '
Parlor tnd Chamber Stores
Cookteg Steve aad R lichen Furniture, Ac.
- ) , JAS C. McUDIRE ft CO.,
febJT 11 Aucilcneers,
DV OREM WIl.LIAttB, AeMtlematr.
JIOVStltOLO AND KllCtrtX FVRNlTtltt, HOKSK,
K'KKA WAYAHI) HAKNKSS, FARMlftd 1MPLI
MWNT3, rVKNIWRK WAOOlf,KTC.,ATA UCI70N.
OaBATURDAY, Maichlat, we shall sU, In front
of oar store, at 10 o'slook, a largt tud general assort.
meat it
Ntw and Btcond band Fernlture,
Oae Horse, Kicks way aad Uaraess,
One Farnitare Wagon,
Lot yavmlng and Oardanltig Iraplemeats. such ts
Wheelbarrows, wheeled Seed soaar, Cultlvttor,
Plows, Shovels, Spades, Mattocks, Tree-trim
msrt, Hhean, fto ,.).
Al-o a dat doable btrreled Shot Qua, with many
other trtlelet which we dsm anneceeisry to
M.MH.I. ,11,1'VU kVtrilTT.I.a
febat-lt Aucuoneert.
BY BONTZ A aiurriTl!, Awclloneers,
No. IH9 jerenoi UrtH, lx.m I and K.
rOHTIVS SALS Or A STOCK OT DRY GOODS,
On TUESDAY mornlnir. March 4th. coamanclna-
at 10 o'clock, aad oontlnu ng dally, tnd In tho tven
lag at TK o'clcck, until the whol stock Is disposed
olV we will sell, at the store or Messrs S.&W Mar
teiiao, No. It, Center Market Spice, under tht
Avtaue House, their entire stock ol Ooodi, com
prlslog In part
atussiao oaoia vioaas, uapts ana vicionnes,
MutTi and Cuffs,
Mink. Squirrel, Fltcb, Stone Martin, Water Mink
Cloata, ( aad'u Capet, Tletorlnes,
Mufh,Cant,ao.,ac ,
Flue assoitment of Children!' Ftncy Furs,
Genu' Fur Col art and Uloeet,
Woir, Deer and Buffalo Canute Robes,
ALSO
Ca loot, Deltlaet, Borages, Cnallics,
Mousllns, Valsnciee, Fancy Silks,
Sheeting end Shirting Cottons.
Linen Sheetings, Towels, Ntpklns, Ttblt Cloths,
Cloths, Ctitlmeret and Gaainetts,
Silk, Velvet aad oilier Votings.
ALSO,
A floe assortment or Cloaks, Mantillas and Dui-
ters, '
Ilroche, Stella and Woolen Shawls,
Splendid tstorimtntef llosieiy
MILLINERY GOODS:
Fine French Flowers, Ribbons,
Ruches, Trtmmlegs of til kinds,
Embroideries, Ltcts Edgings,
tJtmbric Bands, laierticaa, lo , ko..
Together wllh a general assortment of Dry and
Fanoy Goods.
Salt positive, without retard to weather.
Term, cash. BONT a GRIFFITH,
feb 2- d Auctioneers.
B
V J. C. HcGUIIUS A CO., Auctioneers.
EXClLLtNT PIANO FURTE, SSW1NO MACHINE,
RKMOVINO FROM THE CITY.
vu oAauniia nuunniui jxarQU jsi,aaieu
o'clock, in front of tho Auction Rooms, we "ball sell
tht Furniture and Effects ol a ttmlly remoi ing from
iua cur, oumpnaioa
r.xoeusma saoeawooaijaseiiaBorone, oy unto
Superior Sowing Machine, Whatnot
Walnut Pluah bofas and Arm Chairs
Mahogany UsJr Spring sett Sofas, Uockers,snd
PailorCbtlrt
Rosewood Muble top Centre Ttblct
Ten Walnut aad Mahogany Bookca'cs
Ilruatelt, Three-ply, ana other Carpets
Dtcaslnf and Plain Buietus, Wsshstands
Bedsteads, Chairs, Loon tee
Superior ieath-r Beds, llolibirs, and Pillows
Hair and Husk Matlnaats, Blankets, and Com
forts Chins, Glass, and Crockery Wate
Cjoklog aod other Stoves.
Icgetherwltb a geniral assortment of Kitchen
Uunelts.
Tsrmscttb. JAB. C. McOUIRE ft CO.,
leb 97 d Auctioneers.
B
Y J. C. McGUlHK A CO., Auctioneers.
DESIRABLE TWO STORT RMVK DWELLING
HOUSE, li-iTM BAKERY ATTACIIICD,
IVR SALE.
Ot MONDAY AFTERNOON, March 3d, at 4
o'clock, n th p-eml-ea, ws shall sell Lot No. 12, In
Square Ko. set), fronting 15 fct on Sixth strict,
west, between 0 and It streets, north, and running
hsck 13 feet to an alley, together with the imprcve
menis, consisting of a two-story Brick Dwelling
House, witn a Brick Bakery attached.
Terms : One fourth cash ; the nmalniler In elx,
twelve, and eighteen months, with interost, secared
by a deed of trust on tne preml-es Tlt'e perfeot
JAS. U. McGUIUE 1CU.,
feb 17 d Auctioneers.
PUOF. AbKX. WULOWIKI begs leave
to Inform hu friends and ths publlj, that, hay
leg mtt with ao much euooeas, is continuing his
Course of lustructioa on the Piano tod In Singing,
by his new method. AU those who desire to become,
In a short time, dne slnrers or excellent Derformera
on the piano should avail themselves of his new tys-
.. -rr.-r.-.i v i-
WU ui Biiiuuiiwii, u ayi'iiiu. a. uu imu.uwi &iu.
803 Sixth s.reet, Between K stieel and New York
log tt his residence, ao.
avenue.
renue.
Recentlon hours between 10 and 12 o'clock a. m..
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Ssturdsys fib !-lm
405
8KVKNTII STUISKT
405
aT. X".
ixosta-wonr
fin lie fnnnd at hia old atand. alwava ready to ao.
commodate his customers, on the moat reasonable
terms, wllh anything In his lice of buainess He
has some of Ihe best practical workmen In
TIN-PLATE AND SHEET-IRON WORKING
He has tbe best COOK SIOVKS In the market,
which he sells chetp for ctah.
He bat alio a tine ashorlment of TIN WARE and
IlLOChVUN WARE, together Willi HOLLOW
WARE, tinned and enameled.
COAL OIL LAMPS.
He his sl-o a fine lot of COAL OIL LAMPS,
which he can sell on the most reasonable terms.
AST All JOB WORK attended to at the ahorteit
notice, such as ROOFING, .c.
Everything on the most ressonublt'tcrms. at
No 0 SEVENTH SIKEEr,
feb 21 tr llaiwaiK U asn I.
TtVBT PUBLISHED.
Yankee Volunteers
MAKCHIWU INTO. DIXIE.
A very humorous Picture, Lithographed aud
Printed In five ooloit. All loyal people should have
a copy.
We hive Ihe above and Gen. McClellaa Letter
Size, lor Soldiers to tend home to their friends.
Agenti wanted In alt the eamps. Very libers!
dlsoount to the Trade. All ardors promptly attended
to by Ihe Fubl alters, 0. Y. MORSE a CO.,
4M Penn. avenue, between 3d and )', stj eets
N. U Just received; a Urge Invoice cf UOOIS
for offloeraj Cavalry and Infantry Use dreae cair
Boots and BalraorelBhoei.made cu Piumtr's patent
last
Wboletala ana null, at very low pr"
hbt eolm
nTOOB ARM CUAIal
(Da hand, a Wl supply of all slats of AN THRA-
? Coda.pt la totl hoc... wen .re.ed btfert
delivery.
W,of,0..,.,,t, rttPi" '"""(,
lengiu
MS CAM I T J. W. M. UALT,
Wo. M Pennsylvania avenue,
sun l-'f
etweeo 11th and lvth streets.
r.T .. imhtitutk A School for
LAYugLsdlsndM.s.
1SSSSX 'SRiX made to tborealdentcler
ffmen ol the city
ldrut Ht"n 17itWl and Ho ttml ttrteH.
Its i-lmVYh fchrouloic 1
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