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11a inn n Rrnnnt. Tn naTHA.- Tha board
met yesterdaj afteinoon,AtSo'cIok, Major WeJ-
1-ntalf.ftrijti Midli
There were l relent Mr Mortati, Ellli, Jr.
Suion, It it, Wi(M, Mlllee and Wl'eoi;
ri..,i........rku.,rflkl.Mr MlUer.irom
ttielonmititenTfitai",iiiiItle(Uiwlit
. .... .-...) MAiifVi haa lvn
mi on rani nee, iwr "i ...... ..---..--
apeellattntio, ant had abundant material for
xamln1ioni Perhhuratli Watson's aeries, now
Intise, flto vo1i8 tgents. flv veil lAOdera's,
five n i Williams's, seven vols ( Townsend Hol
brnok'a,r.vetoIeH...erds,seven. tk. fnMMiMM And In the series last named
some recu'iar excellences, whleb have commended
It to special attention and moat favorable regsr',
and have arrived et the conclusion that Hlllsrd's
srrieBisauperlor to those now In use, and to the
others named,ln the following psrllculerii
l. tn 1Kb illustrations, bv aetiarata 1
li the First He arterr, e( the leading- vowel sounds,
and la tht manifestly treat and ml out car with
which tha entire series haa been recently revised
Second. In the gradually and regularly progress
ive arrergsment of the lessons
Third in the peculiarly Interesting and In
itructlve character of tha ongloat and aaltated
pieces
Fourth In the 1 fit reduction of definitions at the
appr prlate place lathe series, the words defined
Irfnf Judlclouily selected, and the dcQnltlona in
language simple nod ai proprlete.
ifth The introductory tr-atue on e1outlon,
found In the filth And slAthvolumtBof theserlee,
appears tn be founded on natural and Ahllosophl
Mil i-Hnrit .-. ami tn La Calculate! to direct the
attention of both teacher and pupil to the neces
sity oi conitacriog wnn ixci-i r u vircuui
stances of the writing and Its object ae t ssentiel to
cmeet expression In the reading
Sixth The literary n ttera snd critic Una tn the
"Sixth Reader," by Mr. Hlllerd, are written In a
eondens d, elegant, and a tractive style, and far.
nlah a most raiaabie fund of uieful knowledge to
h"rf"??L., ,- -... t, v-
lliU rri' IBU RULIUIIDIi WIUIU Uliuuiipyuf
and orthoepy, to the standard new need In onr
schools, whtca Is not the eaia with the eerlea now
lnuie
that the new e'Uloo of "Millard's History of
the United Slates" be substituted In the place of
quackenbois ana the im ussoos," now m
That "UpplneotVi Pronouncing Gszetteer of
nv YOriQ ' PS) JUaCCU PVU V iihhbh vu
the desks of the several rrammar-iehool teachera
That "Mason' Manual of Gymnaitle Exercises"
leplacrdoo the desk of every teacher. and that
ihaiiaJivnrfftiaM inntf of tha nbvaleal exercises
there recommended and exemplified be encour
aged anu prooioieu oy every proper ram.
That th " Ann nir.l-n." bv LAWCll hlSSOU. be
ubiiltutcdaatbe text book of vocal muile for
the "Loecotdla" In the Intermediate schools i
Aid that the "N'ghtlrgale," by W. O and II
Perkins, be aubitttuted for the Golden teeth"
In the Secondary schools
vtfirra, ion tarn wmuuico vu -iMv.a w
authorized to latroduee Into any appropriate
chnnl uh mini. aDoaratua and aenool furniture
at the proprietor! or lnventore mayaeek to Intro-
uoe. rorthvourDoieuf fullr testior the practi
cal utility cf the same
After some dkstutilon the report wae adopted,
fcci t tn the tnuila books, which subiect. on
tootinnofMr Muttgh,wai referred to the Com-
mmee on ocai riuiio
r Miller oirered the following which was
ndoptr i
titiolurd. That tha Crmmlttea on Text-Books be
au hortitd to mnku ail necessary arranicements for
ti (ntrftriiietii) i at 'Milliard i rtea of netderi."
of "LlpiiDCotl's irnrou clog Gaitlteer," nod of
"Blaii.'e Manual or uymnatuc xxereisei" inio
the respective schools
Mr. t llon. from the Committee oi Text-Books,
MIrrtd the following rlrcnUrt which was adopted!
lotht Ittchtrt of tht PujHc Schools
At tha imenlnff of tLe Publlo Sehools on the 6th
of sci teub r i eai, the following regulations wlU
benbaerveilt
lit All pupils whose names were on the rolls at
the dote oi uo preceding year will be oomldered
as eon louUg their connection with the schools,
and be admuted without ticks s, provided they
prisent thrmteltea or are represented by their
pif ma or iricuuv, uy uyuu vu mi ui uy ui u
StSilOO.
sd In allother cases pupils will bo require 1 to
obuln tickets trior to their admission to the
schools
td la all cases where transfers are made, the
mtneeof the ruils transferred must be entered
i u tbo roll PI the school from which they are
tianaleircd, and transfer tickets, signed by the
tcitrhcr an I approved by a tru itee, must be given
tolhetuplU
4th The permanenf roll cannot be made up until
after tie cud vt the fourth ( ay of the session, and
then it should bo ma e up in accordance with the
directions laid down la the Manual, page 61, sec
tion o
5i U II Hard s Readers have been substituted rr
I nrkcr And W ation's, and all pupils having books
of thn Utter scilr a, suitable for use In the sehools
to which they belong, will be permitted to ex
chm (ti the same or n new book ot the series to be
um d, by pit) U ft the following amou its t
1-or 'HUrd'e ixth Reader." twenty flvecrnts)
HUlArd a Kltth Header," twenty cents) "lllllrd'e
IntermtflUte Head r," eighteen centst " HUtard's
1-ourm Header," sixteen cunts j HUiara's Tnlrd
Primary ne-dor," flltcen centst ' Hllltrd'a Second
1'iicinry header," twelve centst "Hllltrds lrst
rrl-nari Iteauer," six cents
cth MrWra BallaMtLele the authotliedsgent
for the cciant,e of tbo Headers, and teachers
shou d order trom hlu the number of books re
(jiliclf r iheir lesftclUe schools
7th Ihe duty of superintending the exchange
devoh rs upt-n the teachers, and they are request
ed to tke caie that the old books exobangid are
not too mutli torn and defaced, but tn such a cot
dit (in hi tu to Actually tit for use tn the schools
dunrg tto year, as otherwise co exchange la te be
1UJIUC
6th All pupils having no books of the series
used the Ins. je! stable for use In the school
uhtih tl.pv attvtiil. w U la renulred to nu rob as a
rcwonft at tha regular retail prKcs the time
for rxih nge will contlouo from the cth to the Mth
oiasifeibu r
verut coilee of the Manual on Gymnastics
wrn niileri) to ba iiurchaid
The bill forndeitlIng lu i he CAronfrfe was ap
pi ot ed, nnd orderid to be pa'd
Mr hill cr numlaated Miss Rewena F. Ellis aa
tencherof PilmaryNo 6, an I Miss sale r Abell
nateacbirof lllnlsryo C, Second District, who
wrretieciea
IhA Itirit then aillournoi
MouiUi next, at b)i o'clock, a m , all the
rcliooU ill bo formally epeue J for the next school
year
Slit Against Ecuaeoa Qenkbal Hauuond.
rdward C LarrlnKton, M1 tbe United states At.
trirnti of thla Ulstilot. fstardv. entered suit
ngalustthe UteSutccon General Wm. A Hini-
moml The auitls tu recover W ooo,the amount
allfccd uhich the Government hss ben defrauded
outufbj h s blanket contract lth Wm A. Ste
ihne, tod his purchase of supplies from Wyethat
urother. The (list case is for S30,oooand the second
ui ytuu vwi
PoLico HcrOKTS Firit JVIncf Jonh An
derson, rait orlvlogi $1 50. Thomas Williamson,
i.i ai An
third rrtctnctilichatl Donovan, disloyalty
muitaty. Aioeri waiaer, inruwiaa; siontii u
mtiir.i. Mirv J Jonea. dlanrderlvi A3 41 U. B.
Jewell, nulsaacet $30, Chatles Do o a) son, disor-
dcriTi illsmtaacd James Kease. uruck in can ulB-
miisu! Um H. Bradley, suspicion of larceny )
uo Charlce Ho)dn, drunk do
rcutiA Ptectnct winford FU.egin, drunk and
disorderly) $i
Strand trtttnet Ditnltl Cenau. assault and bat
teryi d amlised. Thomas Kelly, house-breaking)
Ja I inr court.
Hfth tree nc James McGuire, drunk and dls
irJttlyt JUS. H A. Setter, ftxhttngi 1 John
Doueherty, drunk) dismissed John 11 Weaver,
do i (2 Jerry Jones, do t do
Sittth Vied it na Galagher, assault and bat
ter) dismissed Mrs Sadler, abusive laoguegei
Jli4 Maty fcelby, do j (3 63 Mrs telby, do t
dismissed VVra wuade, do do.
tenth frcitnct Ann Jackson, larceny) dismissed
Wm GilLth, drunk) dismissed John Cole, drunk
nnd disorderly) 2 Mary Lee, do.) 46, bolonan
Cunilj, iliunUt ii Stephen O'Hare, do )do
Sixth Preiinit John Hover, Molailug market rrg
ulatu of $3 63 Wm Juhnson, disorderly) (5 U,
W Me iil, dtsoiderlyt dtsmlrsed John Clarke,
horso atcallrg) harlDg Wm. Mitchell, threats
of tlolencei security for jeaoo James Cane.
drunk) olsmlised Joseph Hurdcll. drunk and
diaorderlyt $i 1 & Johnson, do do Charles
Stewart, do do.
Llnhih Ireclnct Div d Burns, suspicion of lar-
een i Jn.lt lor court tdw Bresnahnn, drunk and
uis run) utsiuistovi u w.rierrui, uo wtK
louse 9i dars Laura Thomas, do t dismissed.
Anna Gallagher, suspicion oi larceny) do fcllen
Smith, do do Lmlly Hamilton, do. do. Joseph
Kaufman, stolen cow la possession) do. Anna
fMllaejher, selling liquor without license) a. 20 63
Joot I svl. disorderly conduct! S3 63 Mark Sam.
uel.do do Pat ilck Bride, drunk and disorderly)
uisuiistcu (uicnaci tuuri ny, uu uo.
A L E X A NDRIA NEWS.
Vb taeb the follow Ine ltcois from tho blatt
Journal of yesterday i
knlut d Ae lern that Mr Walter L. Peon,
our well known townsman, has recently enlisted
In the U Kited States srvlce
Arrived tht steamship 1-ulton, from Hilton
Head, 8, o , wllh the 101th Pennsylvania reglmcLt
uu board
BTAND KOT CI ON TUB OUDEIt OF TOtK 001N0,
tut go at once, and buy a bottle of the fragrant
Kozodont louwlll never regret It It not only
boituUiits and inserves the Tieth, and atrests
decay, but leases the mouth cool, and ihe breath
as fragrant as a rose
All Dj uggiits sell it AU3Q-3teo
l an only i Ucu wtore ou enn parcbtee ltd
kuj i gooJs uf All kin ts at ManvJcLturm prlocB, is
at k A, HALL'S Indin Rubber WArehouse, 110
lveniA avhuuo, betwoen Ninth end Tenth
kt fcitn Also, All kinds of Rubber goods beAutl
mi tepairdd at short notjee. mar 2 tl
it ono nv.ng occasion lo visit a private
l i, l maii.uviui mis muvicou io can oq VI,
jirsH A 1 tUCCrssful nraotloa here an.l clae.
i n i! m to guaranty n perfect eure In all
Ai ai ' ammuniiiA ttrUtw mvau
ana oui v.i t ai rersens 1 1 u see uo une but
me Lroc.cr. reui n
r" ' Nrw TOM IHtLM. (hntUntmU OlotMna
rrtw cm tttnumiMi a larxe aaeortnieitt ror preee
and Bualneaa wear. The Ellih lack end Walk
tug Coau excetl in beauty, grado and QnUu oy
thing over oCtml la thia city. ..
Wall, STirnn h. vo.
oew tf l pa. afw t. Mnth and Tenth ata.
ROBERT LEECH, (LATE 80LTCI
toroftheOffloaDf the Auditor of the Tretl-
ury for the Foal Offlee Department.)
ATTUnriEl-ATLA,W,
AND
inr.tciTnn n CL'llts.
Waahlogtoi City, will practice la the Court of
the DUtHat of Columbia, the Court o( Clalme. and
the Supreme Court of the United statee, and will
give prompt attention to theproieeutlon of clalme
and the adjustment of aeoounta In all the Depart
aienta of the Government.
umce, 7e Hveom aireei, oppoane i-oai umee
Department. auil-irn
LOOKWUT FOR THE GKAND PIO
MO OF THE
it v v m n&v iu jw ii
AT THE
IKVENTll STREET PARK,
0M
MONDAY, SEPT. 6th,
Ut04t
M O T I 0 E
UNITED STATES 7 8-10 LOAN.
THE FIRST NATIONAL DANK OF WASH
INGTON
ItAi MOW ON HAND,
HEADY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY,
n full aupply of these new Boodj.
SjbicritxTi Mr reqwittd loprtttntth tr rtrttflcat
at once and reenvt their Donii.
Thoieharlog money to Invest should not lose
stcMof the fact that, by Investing In this Loan,
they not only receive Interest at the high rate of
7 MO per cent , but secure to thcmsilvea the very
Important advantage of obtaining, at the end of
three years,
SIX PER CENT, ft-30 YEAR BONDS AT PAR,
which are dow worth over 13 per cent premium,
and which after the war must nccessrlly advance
to much higher rale auJ7 tf
QITY RAILROAD STOCK AND
BOND.
ehave for isle
ISO SHARES STOCK,
AND
10,000 MORTGAGE BONDl
or THE
WASHING ION AND GEORGETOWN R IL
ROAD COMPANY.
Tht bonds bear six per cent. Interest, payable
seml-annuailyi and, wllh the stock, offer a safe
and desirable Investment.
JAY COOKE K CO.
au23-dlw Bankers.
TNTEHNAL II
It K YEN UK.
TJ. 8 Aiataioa1! Orrirc. 1
WAsnmaTOH, August, tei
Dr joint resolnUoo of Congress, approved July
4.1M4, n special tax of five per cent, was laid on
all incomes, whether derived from trade, business,
profession, salaries, dividends, Interest, or any
vocation whatever, during the year 1663, over and
above six hundred dollars
Notice 1b hereby given to all pertont, looludleg
Government clerks, o Ulcers, and employees, to
render to this ofllee, or to the Assistant Assessor
ol the division in which they reside who have
not made a detailed return a dttaiUd statement
of their income received during the year 1863
whether derived from salary, trade, profession, or
any other vocation whatever, incluolog interest.
dividends, rents, fee , on or before the flrst day of
October. 1S6I.
If said return la not made-by the time specified,
It will be the duty of the Assessor to summon tbi
parties before him, snake the assessment, and Add
Bfty per cent, to the tax thus assessed
P. M Pi AIHON.
AuSWt U. 8 Assessor for Dls of Col
s
PRING DEDILITYI
LANOOUR, LASSITUDE,
AND THAT
LOW STATA. OP THE STSTEM
rtOUllaMo the SPRING T1ML. UF Tile, lEAn,
are immediately relieved by the
Qr Protected Solution of FRUTOX1DE OF IRON.
THE PERUVIAN SYKUP
Supplies the blood with lis vital principle, or
Lire 1. 1. J. Ml- NT IRON.
Infusing SThLNOTH, VIGOR, and NEW LIFE
into au parts 01 me sysiem.
One of the most IMstlneulshed Jurists In New
England wrltea to a frteod aa follows t
I have tried the FLRUV1AN SYRUr. and the
result fully sustains your prediction. It haa made
a few mam of me; Infused into toy system new
vigor end eocigyi I am no lopger tremulous and
debilitated, as when you last saw me, but stronger,
heartier, and wllh larger capacity for labor, n en
tai and physical, than at any time during the last
five years "
au cminrm uivino oi uosiqo i
" I have been usinc the PERUVIAN SYRUP for
some time past) It dives me new viooh, buoy
AflCT UririKITIi KbASritlTY or eivaLLK "
Pami hlets free. J P DINSUORE,
10. 491 Broadway, New York
COUGHS) COLDS I CONSUMPTION t
W UTAH'S BALSAM OF WILD LHLRRY,
ONE O7 THE OLl'KSr AND MUST HLHABLK
RFMkDILS IN THE WORLD FUR
Coughs, Colds, Whooplog Lough, Bronchi :1s, Diffi
culty of Breathleg, Asthma, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Croup, and every
Affection of
THE THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST.
Wl iter's Balsam of Wild Cherry docs not dry up
Cniith milaa.vatha aeeJanf ionsumutionin the
system, but loosens It, atd cleanses the Lungs of
All impurmca
Noue genuine unless signed
wrapper
'J. BUTTS," on the
REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVEI
A R al Tain Extractor.
FORTY YE Ah' LIPLRILNCE
Has fully established the superiority of this Salve
over all other bealiig remedies It reduces the
most angry looking Swellings and Inflammations
I 11 py JUBgli UCill uu vuki, nvuuufaimi
Scalds, Ave In a surprisingly short time.
DntvlLSfla tan Djx
The Above ere All old And well-cat abllilied Re me
ans.
For SAle by
j. p niitMniv. is i Rroailwav. New York.
B W. Fowle si to , 13 Tremout street, Boston,
nnd by All Druggists. Aiui-wetasm
EDUCATIONAL.
THE UNION FEMALE AOADEUY.
The Fifteenth Annual Session of this Institu
tion will commence on the Sth of September, ISM
Circulars eoiaineu atine Acauemy, ooruvr iuni
teenth street and New York Avenue.
AUl6-eod3m
IL1TARY COLLEGE, ALLEN-
TOWN, FennsylvAnla, Fifty miles from
delDhla. chartered bv the State, and oUerlne
superior advantages lor a thorough Logllsb, Llss-
SlQI Kuil iUllllrr j,uuai uu, ujiiui ! umi v-
s on 8eit ember 6th Fur circulars address
KLV. M L. HUFFUHD.A M,
au2 lw President.
Q1I EOAItY INB TIT UTE,
NOLISH AND FRLNCII BOARDING AND
DAY SCHUOL rOR YOUNO LAC IKS, Nos 1M7
and 1319 spruce street, Philadelphia, will reopen
on 1UESDAY, September 30th Letters to the
above address will receive prompt Attention Per
sonal application can be made after Augusts),
1M1, to MADAME D HEHVILLi , .
auld-lm Principal.
ST. VINOENT'B SCHOOL, CORNER
of Tenth and G streets, under the charge of
the Sisters of Charity The duties of this School
will be resumed on THURSDAY, September 1st,
184. The Slaters In charge will devote themselves
to the advancement of their pupils In all the
ranches of aa Lngllsh education, and will pay
str et recsid te the moral tralnlocof All nlAced
under their care In consequence of the advance
of priors the sisters are compelled to inoreaie their
rates oi tuition. auk?i-w
GONiSAGA COLLKOE, F BTREET,
between Ninth and Tenth streets, will com
me nee tne nrst session oi me acuuissug year, isu,
cfi. on MuNDAY. Sentember fi The terms are the
same for the Classical and English Departments,
vizi gift per session of eleven weeks
iu.v iw ii r. muAi o i
A 0AHDTUE8U11SC1UBERUEG8
J, leave to Inform his friends and the public
(hat he has this day sold his stock of Hardware to
HcuBEit C Johnson, Thomas A. Cure, Aid 1.
Jamlb BouRXEt and he hopes the liberal patron
Age bestowed upon him for the lest seventeen
years may ueeuutiuucu m iu new urm
JUS L. SAVAGF
Washington, Aug 34,1881. AuioSw
VTOTIOE TOJUEi'UDLIO.
rnv original Dr. JuHN JONES, (Colored,) Pri
vate rhyalelan anl burgeon, can be consulted at
Ms otllce, on Second street west, near C street
north, Washington, D C.from 0 a m toSp m
consultations free. Charges moderate. au3-im
FOR SALE OR RENT,
4
ItAItB CIIAKCE THE GOOD-
will and natures of two of the best B'orei In
e eily, suitable for Clothing or Shoe bnalnte.
si y pi y at ft an it is,
ii3S No. 40 Seventh street.
OH 8AI.K-.A. THI1EE BTOKY AND
attla nrtrrir iinnaf and AnbiniilAlnra on
rfertt
lorth Canltnl atraat. hilvian B and C No. Mi.
nearly opposite the Washington Building, near
the Depot Home, containing ten morns, and a
vacant lot adjoining) irons oi so lees ny nvuevp.
For particulars inqutreof
WALL. ITXPHENS k CO,
aulMteod stj PennaylvanlA avenue.
ap 03LINO 1IOUSKFOU BALE T1IE
X proprietor of this popular anl well-known
Hotel and Restaurant Intends to retire from busi
ness, end otters his well-known house for sale
Any one wishing to engage In a LUCRATIVE
DU8INK1S can call era theproprletor, 347 Pennsyl
vania avenue, between Twelfth end Thirteenth
streets. aug8-4w
A HAKE OIIANOE. FOIt BALE, A
Hotel on the Earopeaa plan, containing it
rooms, between forty And fifty beds, and a stable
to accommodate twenty live horse, and all doing
a business from one hundred end fifty to five ban
dre I dollars nerdayi and a slx-yeare lease rentt
1W per month A portion ot the house Is rented
for $260 per month. Location, the best In the
city. Cause of islllar will be explained at ao In
terview, Inquire At the Republican Offlee.
Jy3-tf (Star copy
On KENT. -FERBONB DRSIHOUS
of renting Iloms, finely furnished and agree-
ally
situated, would do well to eaU at 443 K street.
1 riu i m. aim i.
The Post Offlee ani
Jys-tf
netween sixth and seventh,
Patent Oflkc ere near by.
rnu It
1 wll
wllh all
US NT... AN ELEGANT 110 U BE,
with brown stone front, partially furnished,
all modern Imorovementa. aentrallv ana
pleasantly located, No 444 E street, near the resi
dence of Secretary Chase, together with large
brick stable. The premises not to be rented ror a
boarding house. For particulars, Inquire of Hon
D K BOMLS, on the premises, or Caps. GKOROE
KLV, No 37 Four And-A-bAll street, or JAMES
TOWLFI, 490 H street. JyMt
J 7011 KENT, IN TUB LAUQE BUILD
1 tng corner uf Louisiana avenue and Trow
street, two lance balls and fo r rooms of conve
nient atie, suitable for associations. Insurance
offices, law omces, lie The rooms have lately
been remivetod and fitted up for the purpose
Apply At GEORGE HILL'S warehouse, on Loutsl
ana avenue, near Tenth street. Jc3i-tf
"p O II B A L
L B
M cases Drake's Plantation Bitten.
sno " w. J. C. Hub House Gin.
160 bbls. Old Rye Whitley.
50 " Very Old Itye Wnlskey.
loo half cheats Tea of various kinds.
100 boxes Old Plantation Coffee,
loo kite Mesa Mackerel,
loo half kits Mess Mackerel,
ino kits No. 1 do.
too " No i do.
too " Pickled Salmon.
60 bAxa Old Java Coffee.
And a general rssortment of Wines, Liquors,
ChampAgues, Havana Cigars, ate , at market rates.
W. COHW1N BUHGY,
Jo. 11 North Charles street,
mts-ty Daltlmore, Md.
WANTS.
A FIHST-CLAS3 COOK, WHO IB
A n eboutherwork,thoroughlyuoderstanda
herbuslness, and can produce good refcrenees for
honesty, is wanted Immediately at 183 O street,
flrathouaa above Nineteenth. Beat of waa-eanatd.
Inquire aa abeve between 8 and Is.m, And and!
p. m , ior mrce uaya. ua
17UHNI3UED HOUBK WANTED,
I; Wanted, a small and comfortably-furnished
nuuit TODiaiDiOK e or d ro&ma
One within half a mile of the Intersection of
Fourteenth street end New York Avenue Dre f erred.
Aaureas uox sua, wasningion city rost umce.
nusu-ei
WANTEDTflitEE COPIEti OF
the National RcrusLicAir of Jul r IS. And
And six enples of July 33,184 Persons having
copies of the above wilt confer a great faver by
brine log them to thla offlee, auM-tf
rpEAMBTEKS WANTED,
-- J .. M
IIlEr 4UARTIRHAITI1I UVriCE,
"'J
ucroTor WASHIHOTOA,
WAStimaroK. D C . Aurust 18. 18S4.
Anted. At onoe. five hundred (BOO) to one thou
sand (i,ooo) Tetmstere, eca capable of driving
with siogle line and managing six-mule teams
To such h ho are competent to perform the duty,
the pay per month will be thirty-Are (15) dollars,
with one ration per day, and hospital privileges,
locludlnt the best medical Attendance when sitk.
Men cxpettenced as Wagon Masters will reselve
sush pn sit loos, upon bringing to thla point twenty
five ii&) good Teamsters.
Apply to upisio Lnsnrs ji. lomrsini, a.
M,u $ A ,oornerofTweuty-sccondaadOBtreets,
Washington, D.C.
D H. RUCKER,
Brlga Her General And Chief Quartermaster,
aulii-21t Depot of Washington.
XXT ANTED...MEN FOR THE AHMY
W ANDNAY. LARGE BOUNTIL8. Ap
olv to the Rearulttor OlTloe. SOt New Jersey av
enue, and the ofllce, rnwhatan Hotel, foot of
Seventh street. E. MATHER h. A. HOLLY.
JylO-tf
TrANTED STOUT AULE BODIED
V MfcN for the Rea-ular Army. Lartre boun-
tls Appiyioineomoe, ov9 new jersey avenue.
Jyl9-tr
WANTEDA GOOD COOK FOR A
flrt-!itia llntfl and Reataurant. AddIv
at tbll omoe. Jfltf
-T7-ANTED.TUnEE OR FOUR PU-
f 1 pna to learn in. riAniMunia, or a
laay woo nai iiiw noun aunna; in. oaj k Biiara
AJJtf II, " A. a," Box II, at thla omoe. Jeli-lf
T AND WARRA.HTB WAMTED.
Tlmr LAND WARRANT! af 40, 0, lMandlM
aerei waniea unmcaiatair dt
CLARK k OATLORD
noMI Room a. raer SeTenta and F ita,
A KTILLEUYHOR8KB WANTED AT
Chili- Qpaateemastia's Orricr,
WASiilAOTOir, DcrOT,
WAaiiiMOTOif. D C.JulTSf. 1844.
Horses suitable for artillery service wUl be pur
chase! at this depot, by the undersigned. In open
market, from date until September f. t&tl, In lots
of six to fifty, at one hundred end eighty dollare
(180) per auimali each animal te be subjected to
the usual Government Inspection before Being Ac
cepted Horses ft be delivered te, and Inspected by Cap
tain C.H TOMPKINS, A.Q.M, U. S A, corner
Twenty seoona ana u streets, wm morion, u. m,
D. H nUCKER,
Brigadier uenerai ana wmei tuanermaeter,
Jy3-a9td Depot of Washington.
i MV 1P (HON 11 INOINO
jf COLORED RECRUIT to ray office will be
I aid giro as soon as mustcrea in toe service.
' r A Kill t.V
jylMf tot New Jersey Avenue.
BSTJTUTES.
jUiiallTUTEHl
SUBSTITUTES II
' SUBdTITUTESlI
Hvlnhn ainnnlDteilbv the Msvor of the cltv
of Washington the only Authorised axent In the
UlSiriOt l VUIUUIW U I'lUVUI- uva..u.v bum
recruits to nil the quota of the District, persons
wishing substitutes by depositing their money
with the Major of Washington, will be supplied
,.....,. oko CASSIDV
41 Flghth st , between Pa. ave end D st,
AU3W
S'
U B H T IT U T E B I
N. H. MILLER S. CO.
No. All Ninth street west, near FennsylvAnla
Avenue.
(36) Twentyftve men for the Array aa REPRE-
SLNTATIVES for those liable to the DRAFT,
AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES,
N B Runners liberally dealt with Exemp
tion Papers prepared with despatch, by
aui Justice of the Peace.
pOLOUEU VOLUNTEERS WANTED
81SO CASH DOWN,
PAID IN ADVANCE.
Aptly at the
RECRUITING OFFICE,
nos New Jersey avenue
knv nrann lirinrtne a RECRUIT or RECRUITS
to my offlee will be paid liberally.
VULUri itLli ahii oaa wwna&i. w muvi
UAinu vtAW iau. oiivti
OAHT
I Willi
all lubiti
"SAHTILS WIH1IINQ BUU8TITUTE8
J ..li . It. -IH.. in U.l. IaaaM m nan II A
Hi atihatltiitui ruaranteeil. A HULLY.
111 CAI1 "V IUI UIUUf VUB ,1w f.l.vj iuuvi
jyi-ii "" ' j wmi
nn n PRLStHTATlVE HKCH01TS will
l i ly to Ine offloe, 603 Now Jeney avenne
lyili II "...
IART1EB WldUINO REl'HESENTA
I tivis HtniuiTS. ae oer Circular No 33.
issue I by I rovost Marshal General Fry, can have
them furnished at coat by apply log at the office,
oei pew jersey avenue. a. nwiiLi.
jyi"-1 , . .
s.
W.OWEN,
Surctsso to
E. OWEN h. HON.
MILITARY ANU NANAL
MPnCJIAKT TAILOR,
ill ! cuds jlvanl. Avenue, bet tith and IDin tts
Washington, D C,
augl3in
- AMUSEMENTS.
JOBD'S NEW TUKATRB. . .
1 TINrH IT, ABOVr MINi iv.
IIBD KIOHT OF THt M5W IKAK1N, ANU
THE BRILLIANT EMliOKXNr
Of th. t.l.Dl ounir Artl.lf t,
MR AND MR! W 1. FLORENCE.
TIII1(WEDMI.SDAT) rVlNINO. Au '., ,
WlU b. itrri.nUil John Brnuxb.m'f beautiful
DraB.of THE II9H KMIGRANT.
To b. followed br th. Frott.n Fare, of
THE YOUMO AtrREia.
To eooclud. with ih. Irlin Durletu of
thf mini MORMON.
nOVKU'd NEW TIIEAritE.
NAnDOROMn..
DIRECTOn
ACIINH MANAOFIl
srAQk MANAOKR
..MUIICAL DIRKCTOn
C D, HFS,
S.H VERNEY
C KOFF1TZ
Tbll popuUr clUbllibmcot,
NEWLY PAINTED, DFCORATED, AND nENO-
VATED,
will onii forth. FALL ad WINTER FASON
of 1M1-4,
ON MONDAY EVENING, BEPTKJIDEK 5,
with tLe celebritcd
WARREN COMEDV COMBINATION,
tupporttd bjr a Comp.&r of Arlllti that h.T. bf a
tlcflUd, durtcK Ihe past four moathi, with a view
to naklof thla
THE BEST STOCK COMPANY
that hat erer been orsaolted under thla manage
ment. IlLE OF RFJEnVID SLATS
will eommence at M.T7EROrTS MUSIC STORE
on Thuraday eveolnit. Sept I. aull at
c
A N T E n B U It Y
MUSIC HALL,
LOVIIIAIf A AVCNPC, ItEA SlXTII St.CET.
Rear of National and Metropolitan Hotel.
GEORGE LEA
W B CAVANAUOH .
LUUU 70LLO,Y....
john EsrurA
rnorniETon
STAGE MANAGFR
.... BaLLET MASTkR
..UUSILALDIIIECTOH
JP GLORIOUS FINALE
W AND
LIST WEEK OF SUMMER SEASON.
IHE ONLY FIMT.tLASS CONCERT HALL IN
THE CITY.
UNLAMPLED SUCCESS
or THE
ORI IT STAR ALLIANCF,
(J HA. AT STAR ALLUNCL
HOUSE CROWDED NIGHTLY,
1I0UJK CROWDED NIGHTLY.
AUDIENCES WILD WITH Dl LIGHT,
AUDILNCLS WILD WITH DELIGHT.
ALL NEW ACTS FOR THE CLOSING WEEK.
First week of the eelsbrato I Ethiopian an! Song-
anl-Uanee-Mao,
RILLY FMFRSOV.
SILLY LMkRSON,
Who will appear in his grrat characters
THE" CURE,"
AND
"ACTIVE DOi."
Miss
AGNLS SU1HI-RLAND,
AGNLS SU1HEHLAND
The Scottish MtbtiogMe.
The Cotii e PACtomlme
MON DKCHLUMFAU,
MUaNS. UA.CHALUtMfe.AU.
Mods fsollosy as Roqulnet
W. u ivAvanagn as inout uccnaiumcau
With new Tilcka and Traai formations
First week of the beautiful DVlet, arrange lex
pre as iy ior me vtuiivuij,
BV
MON' IOUIS S70LIOSY,
MUNS LUUIS ZULL0S1,
Entitled
THE ROSE OF SCOTLAND,
THE ROSE UF SCOTLAND
CHARACTERS BY THF hNTIRE BtLLhT
uunrs
MULLIGAN.
MULLIUAN,
MULLIGAN,
WILIIAIUS,
WILLIAMS
WILLIAM
IK1
WEST,
WtST.
We IT.
in some oi ineir oiigieai tinioj isn tcccu'ncuies
ALL THE DE1T ACTS
Of the season wlU be pro luce 1, thereby closing
one oi toe most sucoeisiui seasons
of the Canterbury.
TOPULIR FAMILY MATINFE,
r-OPULUl FAMILY MATINKI.
POPULAR feAMICY MATIM-r,
ON
SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
SATURDAY AFTEKNOON,
SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
AT 9 O'CLOCK,
AT 3 O CLOCK,
AT 3 O'CLOCK,
When all the Choice Gems of the Lvenln; s L tcr
tainment wi i ue git en.
NOTICE
The Fall and Winter Season of the Canteibury
wm open on
MONDAY, SLPTLMDER 5,
wnn
LEA'S
NEW ORLEANS OMDINATIOS TRUUPe,
NLW UHLKANS COMBINATION TKOUPK,
NEW ORLEAftS COMB1NATIUN TR0U1 E,
Iatroduclngthe Greatest
COMBINATION OF STAR
COMBINATION OK STRS
COM1JINATION Ov STARS
Ever witncsseJ.
THE NAMES WILL BE ANNOUNCFD NET
WLEK
The Prices of Admission next Season will remain
the same as heretofore
Admission 26 cents
Orchestra ..SO cents
Private Boies, holding six persons M
Tickets for salo At the irloolpal Hotels And
Restaurants
Doors open as 7 o'ciocxi ceri3rranse to com
menoe at S o'clock
auiv
500 HEM OVAL
TO NEW BUILT
I? SOGfcfl
500
NO,
SKVLNTII Sl.'KET,
JOINING ODD FELLOWS1
JAMES B. TOPHAM 00 ,
HAVEIVEUOCD
Their Well Known, OlJ Fitablllhrd
TRUNK, SADLEHY, nAnNESl?,
aiid
MILITARY EQUirMENT MANUFAI TOST,
TO TnEia
NEW BDHDINO,
J? 500
SEVENTH STREET,
DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE OLD STAND,
Where may be found, of our own manufacture, a
most complete assortment of every stylo and price
of Military and citizens'
aannrva iun nntm
a AU Via A3 Aliu UHlUlil
BREAST COLLARS AND MAR1ING VLES,
FINESWURDBkLTS.wlthlophaiu'B Patent allde
anU Maniirutiira.ra at
M.nnfaaturerB of
LANGUOLZ'S PATENT CURB and NOSE STR AT
r UA oriaibl
EWBANK'S PAT NT SPUR,
5TEKL, BRASS, AND 8ILV R Pl.ATt STUII3
BUFFALO AND F1NL WOCILtN KOUL5.
HOUSE COVERS AND ULANKLT9
B I T 8.
MILITARY AND CITIZENS'
RIDING AND HARNESS BUS,
IN ORLAT ARIETT
II A H N E S S .
riNE DOUBLk LOACH, CU1RIAOE, AM
BOUOV HARNESS
TINESlNaU. UaRHlAOE, BUQOV, AND L
PRkSS HARNFSS.
SUTLERS', STAbE, WAOOV, LiRT, AND
FLOUQU HARNESS,
WHIPS.
COACH, BUGOY.STAOE,
RIDINO, ANDUAOON WHIPS,
lAtlli STYLE AND rim,h.
T It U N K. B .
SOLI LEATHkR TRUNKS AND ALI3E9,
IRON JRAMk. TRUNKS,
WOOD BOX TRUNKS AND VALISFS,
LADlkS1 DKk.SSTIlUNKS.nd BONN t r BOLS,
ARMY VALISLS AND P1LKINQ TRUNkS,
Leaihcr and Laovaia relllitaur Baaa, Leatlio
Canvan ami Carpet TravalUi Bajii. La Ilea It i cm Q
SaUbali, To; Trunk! and School ttatolicll, aaJ
trery artlet. la their Una of buslneai.
It E JI 1! M II K 1! I
B: 500 S
H V t n I H S f H L i 1 ,
KMf
AJVIUSEMENTS.
V
AHIETIE8I VAUIETIEB I
f Corner Tenna arankitA ami tVInth Strael 1
fii a'tnaiuns..,.
! i a...v.;. ----- -.-: . ;;:
Proprietor and Manager
JOHN MILLER.
oib Diaue;er
THE CHIEF MUSIC HALL OF OUR COUNTRY.
A soectsslonof
TimONGED AUDIENCES.
Stanillne Itmim4 h.. laaan tlnnatlMuaill.t. tn
ouitiDfu uuriDK lufl past wee a a tew moments
After the rlseof the eurtaln ever in tht.
inciou 1 1 -ui dc, 05 ooeupien, tne prviorraanee
pistingoil
U1TII BRILLIANT ECLAT.
This mammoth Instl utl'n
STANDS ON A FIRM DASF,
and Admits of
NO COMPETITION.
NEW NOFLTlE L I RY WEEK.
TWO 1SLW DRAMAS.
Hti Slmmons's Mystic Romaoee entitled
SKFLETON ACCUSKR,
SKI-L TUN ACCUSFR,
GRAV1-YARD MURUFR.
GRAVE-YARD MURDER.
The Wild. Weird. Mvstte. Lereodarv Drama.
Abound! ne la exaitement. end rlraller tn horror
the old Gothic tomaneee of Mrs RadelltTA full of
startling meets Ana nen legendary lore replete
with graphic events, situations, And traditionary
sensations, which will be produced In tht most
ciiectiTO manner, inirouucing tne
FIRST CLASS DRAMATIC COMPANY,
Rrprcsentel with the old Mystic German Music,
for its descriptive Influence
ALL THE APPROPRIATE COSTUMES.
ALL THE PROPER MOUNTINGS.
IN ADDITION TO THIS
E err clcht this week the new loealdratne.de-
I iotiog seeues that actually occurred tn thiicltt,
entitled a
GLANCE AT WASHINGTON)
GLANCE AT WASHINGTON)
HIGH LIFE AT CRY1TAL SPRING.
HIGH LIFE AT CRYSTAL SPRINGS.
THE CRYSTAL SPRING
THK FIRE SCkNK.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL.
THE DEPOT
SEVENTH STRFFT
THE TEiN-PIN ALLEY.
THE FLASH CRIB.
TABLE U. fco.
together with tin
DOUBLE CONCERT HALL SHOW,
Introducing
SUNOS DANCFS, ETHIOPIAN ACT', DAL-
ut a, u , av , m.
THE TRIPLE COMPANY.
The great Ethiopian Monarch, Mr.
ROB HARRISON,
HUH HARHISUV.
BUB HARRISON,
who will appear In several new Ethiopian nets.
H C ANDREWS,
FVNNIe. MA.,
I-ANNIE I-ERR rtO,
ITASTUt BARRY,
J C KILBUURNE.
LLTXlk CHANDLER.
MAGGIE ERNON.
IS A DLL LA GRAHAM,
C McGUIRF.
and others
REMEMBER THE GREAT VARIETIES I
LADIES FASHIONABLE MATINEE 1
THE SKELETON ACCUSER,
Fur Lndles, Hotel Guests, Strangers, Ave.
MISS MARIA WELLS,
MISS CAhBJE AUSTIN,
JOE WARNER
and
Vl "i ncxt Thursday.
Admission 35 anJ 60 centst Private Boxes, $5,
iiLEXANDllIA, VA.
TVTJfiWai'APEUS AND I'JSIUODI.
A CALS
J LDWIN HALLENBKCK. dealer In ewspA-
feri, Feriotlleals, Novels, Stttlonerr, Prints, lo
acoo, Sefrars, tlg aid Playing Oardat also, a
larttv BaaoriDiBDt vi 1 110 uu twiurvu luwiv
rra) he, IIS King street, four doors below Provost
Marshal sottlce, Alexaadrla, Va
stmacr unions idu iTenisemeaie ior in waa
lnton Dilv National HcroaucAN received.
ap-0-11
Nil. MILLER,
. JUSTICE OF IHE PEACE,
RE iL EATE,EMFLOYMENT ANDGENERAL
AGENCY OFFICE,
No fill Mnth street west, near Penn. avenue.
torney, and all business pertaining to the above
OQice transacted wita miaitu
Parllmiln- .ttnntlnti IlitJ tfi the reDtlnr And COl
lection of rents on reM estate, and dents of all
descriptions N B. Property holders can reoelve
ne very I t ot xconi wiimmi tum -rT"
TMBSOLUTION OF OOl'AltrNER.
1 SHIP The copartnership elsilnr between
EDWARD OWEN and SAMUEL OWEN In the
Military and Naval Merchant Tailoring business,
under the tlru of L. Owen a. Son, for the last twen
iv 1 nan. ! thla dav fllianlved bv mutual consent
The business In future will be conducted by
.AMt!t r. W. OWEN, at the r olJ etand. 312 Penn-
st Want a avenue, to whom payment will be made of
AU OUtStAnuiog ueuia uue tne iaie nrta.
E OWEN
SAMUEL W. OWEN
AUgt dim
rniiE iillltu uolti'd "TUEUIA
I MONO " Ii a new boui. Juit opened brth.
.1 1 ottleeri lately LelonjtlDjr to tbo Id eorpa, Army
ot the Potomac It U urnlibed with ever)tblnr
that tbe palate ol an epicurean n llquora could
deilre, and wa recommend our frleuda to pay a
lilt to 461 Tenth atreet. The ooiceri, eipeelally
ol HoolterU and Kear cy'a old dulilom, nlll
alwaa be weloome. lea-ti
nKCIttniNQ IN ItKIJEL bl'ATKd
XV UU LUVAL SiAlA.9.
IMA33CiaSETTTlN THE FIELD.
The Ilea Iquartersof the Assistant Provost Mar
shal of Massachusetts for N I Mrdnla are es
HbllshedatNo 8 Washington Build ng, Pennsyl
vanlA avenue, near SovenfU street, where full in-
rrmatton regarding the magulncent laJuoements
offered to ineii(lrrespectlieof color, to enlist for
Xlaiaatinaalli mmn ltd it Silna-iil
1-ull pirticulars can also be obtained of WIL
LIAM Lm AL1 , Ls i , esst side ul Titt street, two
doors north of King street, Alexandria, a , or of
ao authoriieu Agent ior mmiwhuhiu "!
"r03QUlTO NLTd AND BAltS,
ine undersigned has on hand, and is prepared
to lUt UU. tue ainsi ft 'IT ivcu siirica ut
V yt MUSQUITU BARS,
.,.. raimar, n.ture of Movable Standard,
Hattwells Innerlal btesl VWre Canopy, or Roe-
T . t ,, . ai...tlA ll.ai a ahArt tiitHaa
tmcA s umurriia uut4iAiMj uai. wvn uvv
auJ tne lowest "cw mri-vinoo
etJ and La e sol 1 by the quantity, i lece or by
Ut lioltterer and Paper Hanger,
jjj Aui Mnth stiect, bet. D and E,
THEbS i:
J slencd wt
LTiies f t ita c
vltv'Srt MAKING. -THE UNDJER
, would resieetiuuy announce to tne
1 1 its cltyan tits vicinity, that they are
ci gaged to the various branches of
ASHlUr.UL UHb.SS PlAltl-tu,
U hich they are) repAred t j execute on reasona
b e terms, with net be as an I dispatch, and la the
latest and most approve I sttles, At
4W SLUNK. slRrET, 448,
(Tit stairs ) opposite the Patent Uolee
' ' 'MRS DOUGLAS at HULCOMD.
Washington, U C.June UMSM Jeta-im
rnlfE DKLMONIOO LUNCH,
313 TLNNS.LAMA A ENUE,
Uppojlte litrds Hotel
Choicest Wines, Liquors, Champagnes, Ales,
CW-Ts Sal a Is and Delicacies am Itn
UITiKY GOODS
UITiK Y Oi
WALL rTPHrNSB.C(l,
SA4 I'EMHSVLVAMIA AVKHUK,
Oirer tl t largest ass jrtment tn this elty, e.nbrAe
lug ell iiiiltti . itsedty ofloen tutha Arm) And
N j,suoh s -
Wirt's csshos Brits, tdiouller sttA) s, uati.
i ai s, l-Utsis, " o .v'ht flro fcrsortmet ol
unac I, KltS w Uhtve can funiBh om
j taitu Ute ( lints lu a few moments
V LL, SThl'HKNS K t
XI ISiarivivajtl Avs.vi
sMlft-W, ttaU rtu. fc iiuoi.i
AUCTION SALES
rpI0K DBPOT-COMMIS8AHY O-T
V BUUSMTKNCE,
WAsntKoTn, D C, Aurust 89, 1ML
rfM- w. OoVERNMEfT "lALlJ.
tBAR.RKL" EMPry RARRELS
wfclH1 IS ,v.,d M f"0"" Auction, at Siitb street
JliVi wBV,nlnt'. I C. on the fifth day of Sep
tember, 1 Ml at it o'slosfc, a. m. the foUowloc
empty barrets, more or lessi iwhiwidsj
4 1VH) Pork Rkrrala
S,M riour Btrrels
64 Coffee Barrels
26 Molasses Barrels.
Itt Uhlskey Barrels
613 Promlseuoue Barrels
it Ham Tlereea
BASMaerarKega
Also. A Urge lot of Staves and Headlars.
Term a i Cash. In (Mrfrnmint fnmi. ah .....
w iw icuiuifu iu ku uaj alter )
a, v. uKKt nr,
anIO-fit Captain and L. S
OFFICE DEl'OT COMMISSAltY OF
SUBSISTENCE,
WAItllHOTOff, D C, AuffUltif, ISM
Ull It !..., ,.,H,nttn wrrrtn ktnun, i
,i, ,! lrUUbtUAUl IUiIiUI 1'IUIIUA I ,
September sib 1361, at II o'clock, A. M, at the
lath Street Wharf, Waiblnt too, D C, th. lol-
.. - rwl rt la intoa conattioo, th I
yne inouiaea ll ooo) Beer Hldei, aalted.
Fllly-two (S2l Beef Hldei, dty,
Fliven (II) sheep Sklni
T. mi i Caih In Government fundi
S C. CRFENT,
""TttL Captain and fc. , V.
SALE OF CONDEMNED QUAItTER
MASTER'S STORKS.
a
Cmcr qiiiTiimnii'i Orricr,
'I
....VLA,,I,,,0T0I,'I ct AuustS7, 1881 I
Will M a Aid. ftt Pi it 11a att'tlnn a flaataaaal.t
nMnuign UirOTi
Warehouse Nn. A. N Vntv .vn... i,.,.....
n.klaa.lk a. J lu... .a. -a a ..." . . .
.bu.uim buu iniificraiu eireeie, wasniocton
elty, D C, on TUESDAY, -eptcmher 6, 1881, .t ll
wiwva, m mM n iuivi Huwrie(iniif rs oiorei, con
demoed aa unfit tor us i or Issue, vtn
A larra lot of Stna tnit Btnva Pfna DmI.h
Ovens, Old Iron, Carpenter's Tools, Desks, Chairs.
Scales Shovels, Grindstones, Hardware, Brooms,
Buckets, Pads, Old Copper, Brushes, ho .etc
Successful bidders Will be i-emil ml tfi nuiam
tin- aturra wiium nve uaja irom tne aate 01 said
.arms, vass, in uoveromeni lunus
D 11 HUCXER
Brleadler General and Chief Quartermaster,
AurTUt Depot of Washlncton.
A UOTION BALE OF CONDEMNED
XX. I1UKSL5.
War Dcpaatmcnt, 'ATALRr Boicav,
OrricEor Chiet Qo-aateahastcii,
Washinoton. D C. lufuit a. imi
Will be aoltl. at nuhlia ntlon. tn tha Mrl.s.t
uiuuvr. in lime lau jimo-a n nn dpiow, VIII
Readlog, Fennsylvaola, THURSDAY. August
Altoona. Pennsylvania. THURSDAY. Aueuat sa.
ise '" -'
Lebanon, rennsvlva&la. THURSDAY. Bentem.
beri,tsi4
Harrisburr, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY. Sep
tembers. 1661
T A O HUNDRED f200i Caralrtf Hori-t. et !
place
neae norici nsrs D-n oonoemnea as unni ior
the cavalry sertlee of the army.
tor road and farm numuiei uanva-ootl birealni
may be had
itorses Bom singly.
Termn Cash In United States currency.
JAMES A. EKIN.
Lieut. CoL and Chlel Quartermaster,
buMmS Cavalry Bureau
B
Y OH KEN A WILLIAMS
AUCTIQNFERS.
IRUSTEE'S SALK. Of nittt.lC TtntTSR AND
LOT-On lHURSDA..,tbe6thdyf September,
IStU, will be exposed At public sale. At e o'clock
p m . on the premises tbe following d' scribe I
f remises and property situate, lying, And being la
becltyof Washington, District of Uiluoibla. i.
Lot numbered fourteen (141 In square numbered
four hundred and sixty tit e (4G5). asjreeably the to
subdivision of said squire, together with the im
provements thereon, consisting of a two-story and
attic UKICK HUUSE. This property fronts on
sixth street west, between D and E streets south.
(Island )
This sale Is made by virtue of a deed of trust,
bearing date the 1st dav or Uotooer, )8oT, Irom Hi
ram Uark and George B Clark to Henry W. Ham
ilton, and also by virtue t f a detrce of the Supreme
vuuri oi ids LnsiriDi oi iwoiumoia iu cnangcry in a
ease therein pending No 186, Docket 7, pesied to
the 2Sth day of July. 1864, constituting end appoint
Ins; the subscriber, George T. Rider, the trustee In
the room and stead of the said H W. Hamilton
Terms One-third ctsh, balance I and S months,
the purchaser to give notes for the deferred paj
ments berlflr Interest from dav of salei a deed
given and a deea of trust tekeot nil conveyancing
at inepurcnRBcr'a cosi, iwouunureu uouara oiine
purchase money will be required when the prop-
C(l)f IB 1UUC1CU ajllj a( It IUUUI11 Ull VD ,ailt UUWII,
the nrooertv will be then and there nut uo and
aoiu to vne ui.i nicoest uiuuer wu inui oompiy)
dq ii ma wao'iifrui an mil not pe tainDiiro wivo
in five days, ihe Trustee reserres the right taie
sell the proierty at the risk anl expense ol the
defaulting purchaser, by advertising such resale
tarre tlmte la some newspaper printed in the city
Ol AlUlajglun. urn i uinr -., iru'Tt
UHLLfl A nilalalAClS,
auA-t awds Auctioneers
, BSISTANT
OFFICE.
QUAIiTEHMABTEirS
FORAOi, AND RlVEA TAAVSrORTATIOlT,
.Set EltTH STAKCT WMAAT,
WAsnuteTON, D u Auguft 23, I8et.
CIRCULAR
1
In accnrilftnea with Inatruetlons from Brletdler
General D H. Ruoker, thief (Quartermaster, De
pot of watDinsjion, I nave piaoea aanooners.
at Upper and Lower Cedar Points, in the position
occui leu vv ine iieni i
struotlon bv the re els
J-rom sunset until sunrise a light will be awuoa;
injia eacu in mo lonnan-ri ina rptian fivbd uv
captAlusnf vcssBls, chartered and owned by the
unneu aiaies tuaricrmasier ueparcment, iur
anchoring in the Potomac river at night, was that
tney ieren mat mwj wnum run tneir vrairia
aground it they attempted to runpstthe shoals
aittruarK. ins lsrafia ji.accu uo ma ivuuuur
wl 1 stve a light sufficiently strong to enable all
pilots tn pats up and down the river with safety,
provided thev arovern themselves by the cherts
irnviueu vy me uuitv i n.aica vui amiiy
trom And alter this date no vessel propelled b
itt.ni will be allowed to anchor ecentini in sue!
weather aa by running tho loss of the tesscl or
cargo miKnt oeenuangerea
All masters of vessels ere directed to report ant
neiclect ou tbe part of the parties on botrd of the
ngni scnooners, m not Keeping tne r uguia uurn
Inr atall houra of the nleht
A copy of this circular will bo kept pasted in the
pllot-houaaof every vessel owned and chartered by
tne umeruiuci.1, uiyinuuii tue ruiumn nrr
E. 8 ALLEN,
aur-22t Captain and A l M.
S10,000NO;MPTIi;NrUND
All members of the r-xemptloa Funl will meet
At City Hall, (without fall,) In Council Chamber,
WEDNESDAY Evenlnp, Avg 31, at 8 o'clock, for
the j urpose of organization and electloi 1 1 oQteers,
and with a view of extending the number of mem
bers, as seorcs and hun reds are daily makloff aj
plloatiooa ror membershlpi henee this call
auS0-2t- T H BARRON
I . V . It . WAUL
Jb UU,
O ADCTIONEERS.
HOME AND CARRIAGE BA7AAB
AND REPOSITORY,
Expressly for the
SALE Or HORSK9, CARRIAGES, STOCK, As.,
9 LOUISIANA AVENUE,
Inv7"Q Ninth aud Tenth sts , WAsbUgton.
AUCTION SALES T CRT
TUKSDA, rUUASDAk, AND yArUflDA..
tASU ADVMICED"uN CONflGNUENTf.
BIUHAGa. OR CARRU&E?,
tlOUSFJ, LAnniAGE:', Ac.,
Kecoived forPilvete iau.
H.TTwALLAiCO. Au-tt
7U1H A HOLOMONB,
IlOUKQivLLEIvS AP.MY RTATIONKR3,
r R I N T K It B ,
AMD
ULANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
143 rCMWSVLVAMIA AVtJftie,
Have constantly on bAOd
All MUltAry And Naval Works,
New nnd reoent Put lleatl?ns,
Army StAtionerr, all kinds,
Flo i Order U.HUa,
Field Manifold Writers,
Ounipaiay Roll Uooks,
Gani al Order I lies ,
Time Hooks,
Army rav .ablt.r,
Blcldniassoe,
iel I Copying Presses,
AtstiAi,t rzjers,
v. i.iiiea n,r i.n mtv lllsnka.
Hi-cord loolis f r use at boato.uailera by Aa-
sutAut Adjutant t3uc(A.
II aok books ciedw, so 1 Printing dono to ordet on
ror Bhort nnttei
All Pr uto i itios cut i y mall froe ot postage,
M tf
BOYB1 LLOTU1NO, WKAnKWOW
in receipt oi a lartre Assortment of Boys' and
ui..idreusUuUL.ug of the newest styles, aultaiie
(or tbe prtrent season for dress and sohool t r,
to Men W Invite tl e attention of pArenls
U LL, STEPHENS X Lo ,
Xrv loiiasyivanlt Avenue between
Ninth aad Tenth slre'ti
r,- it.ttlf ftter Sl InUt.l
I LL. UU&1 1101 iSL
SHM, CHDM K 1 (
i. ft i iylvunla Aivr Ma-la. rU (,
VTUUSX10S u o -l
PROPOSALS.
moi?osALri roKtATiQMsnye
llOUSKOrilBPBtlOTATlVtt.UlltTBnSTATlA.I
e.a.a.1 ". " 3ft KBs Allsoat 2t, lot. J
nSA IVS?. Z?i $ received at this oA.se
Se S iiifU YAh? ' 'Ptember, IS4, at
llo olook, ra ,dr furniih'ngeachofthefoiiow.cf
classes of SUttonery f r thC u.e of thi Hub of
HepK sent atlvcs of the United States, vis i
I0J reaoiB white .marto rjst Paper, extra su
perfine, faint lined ' ""
100 reams wMte Com mere al fote Paner.extta
31 reams white Lommerslal Note Paper, extra
superfine, coarse ruled on all sides.
SO reams white Commercial Note Ppcr,cxtra
auperflne. plain.
AO reams white Kjolseap Paper, extra super
fine, faint lined.
31 reams Legal Cap r.per, extra superfloe,
faint lined.
10 reams Flat Cap Paper, plain
tso reams tMn Manilla Paper
boo reams Manilla Paper, mil Inches, weigh
ing It pounds per ream, very tough and
smooth
soo reams Manilla Paper, 19x21 inches, weigh
ing 2) pounds per ream, fist, tery smooth
and touh
800 reams Manilla raper, 87x17 Inches, weigh
ing 41 pounds per ream, fl. very smooth
andtoush.
75 0OO white Thick Adhesive Envelopes, txb
80 000 white Thick Adheshe Envelopes, fiXUV
Inches
SO 000 white Thick Adhesive Envelopee, S'.HV
Inches '
15,000 white Thick Adhesive Envelopes, 8xl'f
Inches
A ono fancy Note Envelopes
100 ooo buff Adhesive Envelopes. T,. Inches.
1 gross Congress Tie Envelopes
250 boxes steel Pens, vaitous kinds
; cross 4-lnch flat lokstaeds
lidoien lokatAnde, various kinds
10 doxen bottles best Black Ink, quarts, pints,
and half-pints
I dozen best Blue Ink, quarts and pints.
15 dozen Rubber Pencils, long ends sort.
I dozen Gold-Mounted Pencils, various kinds
8 gross Black Lead Pens It, Fiber s, octagon
And round, No 3.
)( cross FAber'a Carmine end Blue renclls
H cross I enholders, various kinds.
6 dozen Rubber Penholders, diitrent sizes
ft dozen bottles Mucilage, email size.
10 dozen packa Visiting cards.
7a spools Pink Tape,
25 pounds best Scat let Sealing-Wax,
dozen Diaries, for 1M vartou kinds.
S dozen Memorandums, various kinds,
s dozen Portfolios
13 dozen Paper. olden
3 dozen Ruber R ilers
3 dozen Pepcrwelzhts
t3 dozen Penwipers
S5 dozen Pocket Knives, t vo, three, four, and
six blades) stag, peatl, shell, and ivory
handles
t dozen Inch Shears.
5 poundB Erasing Rubber
5 gross Rubber Bands nnd Rings
301 akios Parchment, 19x22 lnci.es
3 dozen Sponge Cupi
1 ''ozen Punches
Inthesupplrof roods. cootraotora will ber eldlr
required to furnish Articles fully 1 i tl to sample
rropnshUB must oo ccnmpnic i uy iuo uea.ee oi
the sureties intended to be off iul
As rrq llreil by Uw, prefer ei e will be given to
the productions of Amer can Indus ry, 11 equally
chep anl of as good quality, aa ' all persons
making proposals to supply any cUs of articles
will elate whether the same are fie manufacture
ofthe United states
The articles are tn Pe de'ivered free oi any enarge
far 0rr1t-. at th nffl of tha (Jeili tif the Haute
of RepretentAtirei, on or bvforoUie 15th day of
nrtiemner, i
Karh nronnaitl to beearforaeJ Pro-OSsls fir Sta
tionery for thelltuie of Repr scntaUvts of the
ualtea Atates," ana atwressea to t ie unuersiKueu.
Satnclent specimens of each elate f articles pro
posed for must aeenmpAoy the proposal, marked
with the name of the bidder,.
Tne person otter inc t j furnish ai y cWts of arti
cles At the lowest price, quality considered, shall
reccltea contract for the sttne, un exeoutlns; a
bond with two or more sureties, sttlsractory to the
l lerlcnfthe tfoueaof Reoieseatatlves for the per-
for rotnee of tbe same, Ubder a f trfelture ot twice
tre contract price locate c r lauure, vrmen ooau
must be Hied in the offlee of the said aerie within
ten days after the proposals have been opened and
the result declared.
EDWAHU sicfitj-nsun,
Clerk ofthe the Touso of Kepretentatives of the
united states au" wa
iY
THE I'ltESIDlJNT
UNITED STATES,
OP THE
FOH THE SALE OP VALUABLE LANDS IN
THi. LAT. WlNhUAt,u inuiAn MX.aa.iv
MION IN MINNtSOTA.
nnlt.i,annMw. I ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
FrealOent of the United Stateanl America, dobere
by declare and malt, known that puulle lalea will
! ueia 1Q ma uauer-moiuaiou muu umm, m u
State of Minnesota, at the p.rlo Is hereinafter dee-
1ZDMN, tO Will
At the Ltnd Ulllee at St Peter, commencing on
MOSDAY, the tilth day of Ueoemher next for the
disj osal of the publlo lands comprised lo the late
reserve for the WJnreho Indians, above men
tioned andsltuatedln the followinf partaof town
ships which will be sold at the appraised value of
the lands end the improvements thereon, vizi
W4 tif the bate line and writ of tht Jifih principal
meridian.
In township 106, ranee 2t 18,114 B6 acres
la township 107, range 2 o sua 41
In township 10, rAOge so ,. 15 31M
la township 107, rAbRe 35 17,01971
la township 108, rnnze 35 STISl
A schedule pattlcularly deicrlbg the individual
tracts, with the at praised value jcr acre, will be
open for inspection at the District LauI Unices la
MinnesoU t ,,. . .
ineOIIerinK Ol tnO B.UOB l""l wl " ajvaa.
. a -.,.1 a.lav,llnaiaaa.l In
menced on the da appolntfd, and will pn cee.1, In
tne order uesienaica m iu.' '
nentUned
soiedule, enl consecutively by towashii s, ae
i....i ..!. ..,iaa,i until tha uhnli shrill have been
uflereJ, and the sale thus closed) but the sale shell
not be kept open loojrer than two weeks, and no
private entry of any ofthe lands will be Admitted
until after the expiration of the two weeks
ll. a,n nntlaf anu lian.,1 at tha I'll v rt( 11 M CaTTOn
this 23d day of Aujrutt, nno Domini one LhousAud
cunt ououreu anu sisiv-iuur,
A1JRAIUM LINCOLN
By the President i
Jos S Wilson,
Acting Commissioner uf tho General Ltnd OOce.
NOTICE TO ACTUALBUNA-yiNDE SEfTLERS
-PREMPTURS
In the thirl eeotionof the Act of Congress, Ap
proved 3lst February, IS3, Sratutes, volume 13,
paee (8, opening to aale the Winnebago Reserva
tion, it is stipulated that before any ptisan i shall
be entitled to enter any portion of the aald lands,
ku ..untnllnn nr ntharWIIB. OrCVlOUB tO their BA-
poaure to sle to the highest bidder at public out
crv. he shall become an actual bona-tide settler
.a.' -.i .i,.ii.r.iiTi lm!l tha rtrulatlODB
now provided by law in cases or pre-emption, and
shall pay, within tho term of one year Irom the
data ot the settlement, the lull appraised value of
the tAnds and the Impr .vcments thereon.
Now, In order that all such bona-ttie, actual set
tlements may be secured to the several pre-empt-
"" NOTICE IS HEREBY OI EV,
that they must eome lorwerd and tile their em ia
tits, designating the particular tracts osunlrt
they iniy be actuall settled, ilvln the date of
: r. ....:., ..m ni .n.t. h-Zora tne ei titration
of oneear from such date, the several pre-emp
tloncllnisuust be established before the Regie-A-
Bn,i u-naivar. aeoardintt to the rcaulremeote or
ihe pre-emption lews, and full pament made
thereon. According to the full alUxed, appraised
value of tne lands ana me iwptuvruifuii luviitvu
1st In alt such eases where the ear may not
elapse before the commencement of the publlo
eale, such bona tide actual eeUl'nene may and
are hereby ordered to do eciujeu iruu. io yuunu
Sd In all pre-emption fAtes InwMjh theeAr
mav expire before the co i nencetieat of tio pub
lic sale, the parties must eitabUi. .id pay up f r
their claims, otl erwlse I tracts 1 1 Is 1 1 ass will
be ottered to tho hlchest bid ie , iiud r the fore
Koiu.it rocU-nation, jet with h etlpulatlon tlat
At such j ubilo eale the prUe m i not be for a Kss
sum than for tho -. jir Used value .Lsun,
au39 wilt Actlu i nissloncr
p HAY'3 PATENT
MOLDED OOLLARB
Are not slmi ly flat i leces of pap- - out In the form
of n collar, but are Voided and SAaj ed to Jit tha net,
having a perfect curve fret from antlti or brtakt,
whUh is obtained by our patented process, which
also reeurc'i Another advantage poiunci bj no ather
co r, iz i Space fr the Cravat In the Turn-down
style, tht intide oj vhU U perfectly ivuwt and free
from pHcfcri, tanking this collar, for ease, neatness,
and durability, unequalled.
They are made la Turn down style la sizes from
13 to 17, and in Garrotte from II to 17 inches, end
pACked in ncAt trw tow v - . - .
smaller ones of W cseh-the latter a veryhAndy
pAckage Tor travelers, Army And navy officers,
d-Er.K COLLAR is stamped
'OnA. S P1TEM MULDED COLLAR"
Sold by H dmtlers In Men's rurnlshlng Goods
The trade sjji He by
WALL, STEPHENS fc CO,
Tii Pennsylvania avenue,
Between Mnth and Tenth streets,
tei-Um W Ashlnrton, D. C
WA'IEH REGIS n.AirS OKFiClT,
JULYS'), ISO I I his oHlce having Psen ne
cessarily closed for se cral days during tbe present
month, the time Or receipt o( water rente Ie -tendel
tithe 31st Anguet, after wlileh date the
water wl I be shut o:r Irom all remises ot whtct.
tt v tlttiupaU Nolurther notice will
Lea RANDOLPH LOYLE,
jyio-d Water Registrar

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