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The Eiout-IIoch Movemf.xt. A meeting
lof the 1onrnrtntD house.fariienteri was held
last eTeulDtf In the Council Chamber, City IU1).
ine president, 11 j Meyens, in tue cniir, ids
iv h, i tarn an, secretary.
The president elated that the tneotlnif here baa
Iber-Q called to Institute oo-operatlre measures
Elth other craftsmen or the tlty ror the porpos
' securing the leKalliatloii or the elght-honr
'stem oflabov And to consider theiubteclof
if Keen, -id constitution ana nj-iiwi . -
focutiot were rtaa, una mose preum wn
lot subscribed to It were In tiled to come forward
knd, enroll their names, wheo flftynlne re-
Ktvarst tirlsf AAt Wim dllTrfd t)T tb
gentlemen present, who adtocaled tba necessity
of Coralilni.l af Lin tn cm thS oblect fof Which
ihey and members of other trade associations
were .trltlDR. . .,. ., .
Mr. uarmon onereo, iooioi.ow.hi, vu.u..ou.
which, wat unanimously auopteu i
JtfMnln,t Thtt we. the carDeoters of the Dls
tries or Columbia, hereby pledge ourselves to
unity of action In Joining hands and hearts with
oar felloW'WorKinftnien 01 " 'ms idu ihd
whaiM wnrkinv nataeiof theeonntrrladenand-
un motion, me enDjsctoi wages wwiuufuuiwij
A YUIfl Ol IQIDKil WM pMiw wr iui ukv ui turn
ball, and the tneetlnf adjourned for on week.
Alleged Assault Upon Sojoutwen
iBCTlI.- ifOUU V. nCVUCU.a iuhuuvhii uu tun
Seventh street railroad, had a hearing yesterday
ueiore Jostico luompson, at me i-otk siaiiuo.
charged with assault and battery, on the 13th
Instant, oa Sojourner Truth, a colored woman,
eighty yean of ato. Mri. Lanra 8. Harllaod, of
lue (Teearaani lior-piiai, tesiineu tnat wuea w
Journerwaaatteraptlni' to pet In tb fur at lb
Seventh street Junction, Weeden sclicd her with
men violence an to injure uer snouiuer, a no. him
It wii done with nnusual and nnnecessary vio
lence. Dr. W. D. Ellin, or the Freedmm ' ltos
pit ui, testified that the otd woman's shoulder
wai rery much swollen, and be bad applied Hot
meat, ke. In answer to a question from the Jas
lice, no replied thai it was noi iron, menmatio
affection, but from the wrenching or her shonlder.
On the other hand, William Kannough, If
McAllister, and two other witnesses state tbat
the conductor hold the woman back to prerent
her from setting Into the car, until the pasnen
jrers, who were to get out nt tho Junction had
letl ine car. Alter a ion Hearing oi meiesu-
to bait for his appearance at court to answer
the charge of assault and battery upon Sojourner
Truth. wltnesso Uo testified to the general
good character of Wooden,
Mr. ft mo op tiie Police Coumismosers.
I The lloard of Metropolitan Police Commissioners
held asutca meeting ai meir rooms, on ream
I street, yesterday, at .1 p. m.t when the following
llmilneais waa disposed uf
I Complaints against Patrolmen J. W, Coomea
land James T. Taylor, of the Seventh product,
Patrolman Dav d w, HoDklns. Fifih precinct.
using profane language, to bo reprimanded by
rairoiman ueo. w, uauenirer. miru i-recmci.
Intoxication and disobedience of orders, dU
nilxNed the force.
This was tho flrst offence oi the kind by Mr.
Batlenger, but under tb rules of tho Board there
iraa no alternative in the case.
wm T.Burdetle was appointed patrolman In
I the Third Precinct, vice George W. lUUenger.
Charles w. Thompson was appointed ratrot-
Imaa In the Seventh Precinct, vlco Grorge W.
John Qttlltor Avaa appointed patrolman In tho
I Sixth Precinct, vice Klchard T. Taylor, resigned.
u motion, tue uoaru aajournea.
Tde Sale or Qovep.'ivest Vessel. V
report, In another column, a sale of Government
e4iel which took place at the Wavy Yard In
riilladelDhla veaterdaY mornlnir. The number
Ol Miaucra to nana uemif iiiniini, ritirn oi ins
steamers were withdrawn, four only were sold
tue uioTer, uonneciicni, Santiago oe ,noa ana
LJ annua a wituin me rani inree monma iaree
kales havn taken place at tho Navr Yard In this
city, frem ten to fifteen vemtels being offered at
each sale, and nearly all of them sold ; there never
being more than one or two vosela withdrawn
from the sale. The prices paid for the venels at
this yard are very good, they fre-inently bring
ing a large amount otbt m nppraiaru t&idc.
watnmgton is me pen marKet lor steamers.
HeAtt ROBUEnY. YeterdaT mornlnir,
between one o'clock and daylight, the tailoring
catabllefcment of Mr. Evan Hughes, corner of
Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, was
entered by burglar, and over two thonaaiid dol
lars Vorth of cloths, caslmeres, 4c, taken off
The bet bolts of cloth were picked out and car
ried away, some or tuem so ueavy tnai u was
with difficulty the clerks could handle them lu
the atore. The thieves left a caudle behind them.
It is heueved me goods were Miteu away in a
ehlcle. No clue has been obtained of the thieves.
C u An it y. Sunday lost betoc the day np-
palutedby the Mot ltev Archbishop bpauldlng
of the Catholic church, for a collection to be taken
up fur the reilef of the buffering poor of the South,
It Is entlinated that nearly J,0(0 was collected
In tha Catholic churches of thUcltv. St Patrick's
and M. Matthew's contributed abont fcWOeach,
hi Aloyslua about 9400, and the new cinirru or
the Immaculate Conception ubout100 A large
amount was collected in St. Peter's, St, Domt-
nick's, and bt. wary 'a.
House Breakiko. Last Tuesday night
moid person entered a house In Union alley,
Fourand-abalf and Sixth and L and M, Island,
aud stole some pieces or matting and wearing
apparel belonging to uainarino uoyie. xeier
day Acting Sergeaut Uessford and 0 nicer Vernou,
of the Seventh ward, arrested Thomiis Brown, a
colored laborer, charged with committing the
robbery. He was committed to Jail for court by
Oixakd La ncExr. Delia Ball and Martha
Grant were arrested last night In Georgetown by
(t dicer Warwick on the cbarire of srand larcenv
Martha was a servant, and employed by Wolf
Kordiinger. lesteroay sne collected auoui nity
, .l.ilUra1 wnrthnf wearlnff anuarel. and arrauirfd
with Delia Uall to receive the clothes wbeasho
threw them out of the window. Tiiey were de
tected, however, and taken before Jostle
uucxey ana eommmea to jau ior court.
Pen cas. the Couuift8nr James W,
tisiued the ration to the priionsrs, and who It la
rrepreaentea was guilty or inomon crueiircac
tnient to our nrlaoners. evidence of which wan
Liven before the SVirx court-martial, has boon
om muiea to ineuia lapiioi, Dy oraer oi ucn.
Ma lic iocs MiscuiEF.JohiT McQee and
lohu McCounell were arrested bvORlcer Cal
houn, charged by Wm, Douglas with tearing off
lallngs, pulling down fruces, 4c , on Ihe place
if Thomas P. Morgan, ec; , lu the county, They
wore tiikeu beforo Justice Drury, and gave so-
uriiy tor ineir appearance at court.
Committed ron Court. ThomaaF.Qalnn.
kvho was arrested In Alezaudria a fow days auo
fc-y Dftectlvo McDevltt, charged with breaking
ipn me sum vi iivutj a. jjhch, iiw luuouer,
Uaitlniore, had a hearing on WeJnenday even
urf before Jmtlce Splcer, In Baltimore. He was
ully committed to answer the eharge at court,
Light Bread. AVm Uihor, a talker, was
irre-ied yenterday by Officer Hill, of the Fourth
Turd, charged with offering for sale twenty-two
uve of bread of lighter weight than the law
yilowe. Ho was lined $U by Justice Walter.
auovan'sXuKATiiB.-The Doail Heart,"
performed at this theatre, has produced a gen
iluo sensation. The first representation, on U.t
Vedneaday evening, was attended by a largo
ud Intelligent audience; the second, on last eve-
ilng, . jnocii larger audleuce were tn attend-
ure , ana as ion.glil u positively the last, we
nay expect to site the notice of "standing-room
my-in, me uaii as we enter, we must not
irgei to roenuon tne young ahd beautiful Miss
Lrene Wood. Who anrwara nlirliilv nni.i.,1 l.
lie scifompllshed malt re do bullet, Mr. Qoorge
The Month of Itoies Is tho ruoat fragrant
noutl.ru thectilendar, but It Is soon over, and
loom lios a-wltherlng But remember, ladles.
,Uh l'halon's "Mght-Bloomlng Cereua" on
uiir toilets, you oau have a rarer perfume than
uue Itowor ever yielded all the year roand.
1 T, BOWKN, "
J HOUtlE, SIGN. AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTER AND GLAZIER,
o. 61 Lonlslana avsnne, between Sixth and
Seventh streets, Washington, D. 0.
4-Jobbing promptly attended to.
W 1 Waaw Uie.ia,,... T ft
1 Books boand Ujevary style Turkey, Morosss
Vrtct given Mow resr totptnUtnU ovrratton
TPRSAr, Sept. 21, 1865.
Corns. Very little doing, Kto sold at 19
33e gold, according o qnaJUy. Demand limited
and confined to tb better grades, htch are
ftocm Sales reported on 'Chaige were limit
ed, but the market closed steady for good trad
Howard street super ,,,..,.,fl.Mafa,7fl
M sblpplngextra,... 9.TI a AM
' " retalllag extra 0.M aOOO
" famllv 10 74 all 00
Ohtosoper t ft.) a 882',,
anippingoxira . w,k w
' retalllngextra AM i 000
' family ....tl(VM ft 000
City Mills standard super, 8 A7Ja 8 M
' " blpplngbrandxtr10.7) all. 00
Baltimore ramify ..,.M 60 aOOOO
11 hlffhffradeextrk 12.00 aOO 00
Corn Mtai talos of City Mills at -V
Ryt. Flour First quality dull at CatO 2.1.
fliAiir. Market firm. Sales of prime red
Wheat 2a2. 0.1; do whe2.6Hl70; Corn at M
aSA cts. for white j and yellow do. fOafil els. ; and
MoLAsaxs Quotations nominal, tin Clayed
Cuba soa-'iOcts , Muscovado do., la hhds , MaoS
cts., English Island 6oa79 cts., and Porto KIco
Paoviaioita. Market Is active Bacon Should
en at 18 cts. ; Sides at 119 cts .and Sugar-cured
Hams at 2Sa.l1 cts. ; now prime Mesa Pork sold at
30.fl0nt.TJ, and closed steady. Western Lard re
mains nominal, at Wall cts. and Baltimore re-
Salt Sales of 0 round Alum reported at 1 2o
afiZJ. and warsnaii'sMno at3'JJaTJ..t. ar
ScnAa'a Market firm for all grades. Ws
Cuba and E. I., fair to good reflnlng, 12.fl0al1A0
good grocery, i3.ait;
" urimairrorrT. 14 fiOalO 00
Porto Itlco fair (o good grocery, I1flfal3ll
" prim io cooic grocery, 1 1 ouaio,w
Whiskt. Small sales of Western reported at
$2 3oJa2 31. Market active,
T 1ST OP CONSIONEES PER STEAMKU
j-j jtuirt uiusun,
A. J W
A, S. Cbamberlln k Co .
H P. Uartholow,
W. O Bnney,
Barnes A Son,
Buckley Sl Marbury,
J. B. Bryan k Bro.,
Bonta & Gosheu,
Bate k Bro. ,
W. II. Beunton,
8 H Bacon,
Bettecher k Burrows,
Biancbard k Mohun,
Jay Cooke k Co. ,
Capt. J. W. Crows!,
Capt. G, II. Crossmau,
J. M. Callan,
Campbell k Sun,
C. B. CrUt.
J. H, Crane 4. Co.,
F. P. Hackner,
Jackson, Bro. k Co..
M. J. Jnlehn.
Dempsey k O'Toole,
J. B. Davis,
Drury k Mullens,
J. D. Edwards It Son,
a 8. EnglUb,
J. R. Evana k Co.,
Egan k Perrle,
, a, rora.
T. D. Foster,
A. 0. Gunning,
H. J. Gregory,
W. L. Grun,
Gieen k Williams,
O. It HslL
H. W. Hamilton,
M, Hammers ley,
Hyde k Co.,
J. 0. KlllUn.
Rear Adm'IC. II. Davis,
Kidwell k Henderson, 8. Uedfern.
j is jvenneay,
Itnpley, Miller k Co.,
W. II K1DDT,
v. ii, cieiuinfii,
B II. Stelamstt,
L. H, buyder,
W. D. Stetson,
N. A. Scblop,
W. a. Sampson,
J. M Youug k Bro,,
Stone k Pengb,
bykes.Chadwlck k Co.
blousu k Eonis,
S. P. Savage,
J. W Lnm.den,
J L. Moor.,
Uvcri Si Mcnh.D,
W O. Melierott,
W 1). Mo.ei,
U, 8 Ob.erT.torr.
fl l'urkcr b Sod,
r. r. rg,
Ilill) & Sototnoai,
I. J ltollirock.
Hear Admiral J. Smith. W. It C.
J q Wll.on. Ooo. WllDr,
WrckolTJl Dronlun, J.G. WaUr..
MOUUA.N, BUISEIIAUT CO.,AgfnU,
o22 U Slreit Wbarf,
T OSTAN ENVELOPE CONTAINING
J J about nine Dollari, directed to MRS. U. A.
PETERS; aupposed to have been dropped be.
tween the eorneri of Seventh etreet and Mae.a.
chuiett. aTenue-northea.t and eoathwe.t cor.
neri. The Under will be eultable rewarded hy
loavlnjr It at thl. olllee, or at Mr. Robln.on'a
(,'roeerj, corner be,enth itreet and Maiuiaehu.etta
TCrANTEDSIX FIRST-CLASS COAT
V V AIAKEKS, to whom the bt prior- will be
given, at S. W. OWEN,
unitary and navaiTauor,
se21lw iI12 Pennsylvania avenue.
"l"rANTED AT MUIUKIRK FURNACE,
1 near Boltsvlllc, ON E HUNDRED to TWO
HDNDKED WOOD CHOPl'EUS.
Apply at Fur-
KOOMS AND BOARD WANTED Two
rooms and board are wanted In comfortable
Inarters, by a gentleman with his wife and child,
ddress Kipley,ltKFUBMOAjr Ojflce, for terms, Jko.
Jel F. F,
iTOH HAJC03 OR RENT.
REN T TWO UNFURNISHED
ROOMS, wllh or without lloard. at No. 490
Maryland avenue. Also, Carriage House and
"J7 0 R SALE.
CHATTANOOGA ROLLING MILL.
OrrtcB op Diibctoe aid Orkkral I
Washivutoit, B.C., July 31, Ml J
ProponaU will be received at this office until
12 o'clock, noon, on WEDNESDAY, September
1 1, 1SW, to pnrcha.o the United States Military
It.. It .J Dill., (fill .1 ft.- .. M.w. .!
ItRIUUlU MUlllll (Utli IViilktUIUUUJj, ItUllfll'Fr,
with the machinery, tools, buUdlug,flxtnrei, and
track connecting tho Rolling Mill with the Nash
ville aud Chattanooga railroad.
The mill and machinery comtructod to re-roll
railroad Iron are entirely new, and of the most
lor full description and details of operation,
capacity, c, appiy in person or ny tetter to t
W YAKDLEV, Superintendent, Chattanooga,
AM bids ahould bo endorsed "Proposals to pur
chase Chattanooga Rolling Mill.1
D. C. McCALLUM,
Brevet Brljtadler Uaneral.
Director aud Ooueral Manager
Military Rail reads U. S.
No satltifactorv bid havloflr been received
under the rrcenl advertisement for tho sale of
tho CbattauooK Rolling Mill, the time for re
ceiving ma i is extenuea to tueotn ui uuiu
BLIt, 1S&3, same hour.
D. C. MiCALLUM,
Brevet Brigadier (Jeneral,
Dlreclot and General H-toager
aeplS-dtoctS Military Railroads U.S.
0II00L BOO KB
TIIE tAKOEST STOCK IN TIIE CITY.
The place to Ret your School Dooka and School
iiequi.uo. cueap 11 at
au20 1 m No. 418 MTenlh .1 , bet. D and E.
JOHN U. ELVANS & CO.,
87 Loul.laua avenne and SOS C etreet
WA8HIN0T03, D, C,
CUT NAILS Tlnlihed, tol2J; Fence, t to
IZ4 ; hoy, o, 7, va.
CUT SPIKKS-1 toTlnchei.
riitSBKU AND HOAT SPIKES,
IIOHBE SHOPS, Burden'e Qoiernment, No. 1
too: Vnrdeu'e Cltr, No. 1 tot; C. and
P.. No. llo4UnleShoei, 1, J, .1.
U0K6B NAILS OriOn'a, 8 Io 10: i'utnan'i,
to 10 Pntnam'i, "X, " t to 10: New
London, tolO: "American, " 6 to 10.
anil TiBMSi HKr nH
JOHN K. BLVANS i CO.,
87 Loulillna arenue and 303 0 etreet.
WASHINGTON, D. C,
TIN Dance (Pin) i "Strain" (plgi); EnglUb
(pl)j 'SIHlta" (plga In Wa),
LEAD Ply, Mle.onrl, pig, German, pig, En,'
ll.h; har; aheet. 3, i. i, 6 Ih. ; pipe,
ZINC 31 84, S3 Inch aheet.
JIlUltBsifS ANTI.KRICTION METAL.
COITBU-Or.il.r'., .h.athinrj d. Unnedj
TEKMS-HIT CASH ON DILIVXBT
Pennsylvania avenue, near Wlllard 'a IItfV
LEONARD G R(l VIE k Cp ....Directors.
THIS (FBI DAT) KVE5IN0, Sept. 23,
Last night posIUvely of, the great Historical Bo
THI DEAD IIEATlf.
The beantlfnl Scenerv. the superb Mechanism.
tb Brilliant Mnsle.th Klegaat Costumes, tb
Grand Choruses, the Unapproachable Cast of
Characters, and every feature of the production
vuhiuvmi. sou Tr ifiturn vi iuv yruuui
unqualifiedly pronounced a triumph of art.
A Grand Pas d Dpux, There se Wood and G,
To-morrow nlaht the tlrllltctf sensational do
THE TICKET-OP.LBAVB MAN,
with the roost powerful cast of characters ever
seen In America.
In active rtrinarattonand will shortlT be pro
dnced, for the first tint In America, a Great Bo
mantis Drama, entitled tb
KHAYE Or UEAKTH.
n t o
TOR THE DENEFIT OF ST. JOSEPH'S MALE
AT LtEFFLER'S QAKDEX,
Corner of New York avenue and First street,
On WEDNESDAY, September 27, 1SC&
Tickets flO cents.
Lunch, Refreshments, tco Cream, Ac, fur
nished by the Lady Managers of the Asylum.
"WIIVEB AND XilQTJOltH.
A N O E L 0 S S H K lVH Y,
A VERY DELICATE
AND VERY CHEAP.
FRED. 8. COZZENS,
Corner of Fourteenth street and
I 2w Pennsylvania avenue.
For dellllljrand all clai.ea ofiuramer coraplilnln.
T.iyearaoU; mid. of (In. Cognac: an excel'
Wine o( anperlor qoallljr; lMt
TEARS Of THE DUORO,
A pure White Fort, of excellent quality.
A compound tincture o Calaaaya Dark,
A cooling drink with ice and water.
OLD MINT JDLKP,
An excellent itomachlc.
FRED. 8. COZZENS,
Cor Fourteenth at. and, Pa. ar.
TTNION FEMALE ACADEMY, CORNER
- FOUKTEEMTII and MEW YORK AVKHUE.
Ite Blxteenth Annual Scloncoumeneee Septem
ber 4, 18&.
Circular, at the Academy. au24lm
Q II E 0 A B A V I N S'T I T U T E .
No. 70. MADISON AVENUE. NEW YORK.
French and English Boarding and Day .ehool
for young ladle.. Thla lnitltutton, founded la
New York 1314. will reopen September 20, under
ttie direction ol Aluie. L u. ritfivuai.
ENQLISH AND FREXClt BOARDING AND DAY
SCHOOL FUUYOUIfU LAUIKH,
Nos. 1327 and loZ) Spruce street, Philadelphia,
Will reopen on
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2D. 1SCJ.
Freaeh la the language of Ihe family, and Is
constantly spoken in ina inamnie.
For circulars and partlculin apply to
NAVAL CLAIM AOENCY.
c. s. BCXDT,
Lata of the Pax Depart'!.
A. a arnxiz,
Late Capt. DJN.T. Inf.
BUNDT 4 OUKNEE,
223 Penn.jrlvanla aeenue, (oppoette Willard'a )
BACK PAT PKI2E MONET,
HORSES LOST OR KILLED IN SERVICE,
And all Clalnie airalu.t Ihe OoTernment apeedllr
collected and promptly remitted,
Moner advanced to OIQcers dnrlnir settlement,
pLOSE, COKBETX AND MONROE.
JAMES T, CLOSE,
Late Colonel 1 6th Va. Vol.,
t. E. CORBETT,
of Nov York,
W. A. MONROE,
I,ate of War Department.
ATTORNEYS, U. 8 CLAIM, HEAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AUBNTij. SOLICITORS
All tuilne.a entrusted to our care wilt he at
tended to with promptneee and fidelity.
Orncs No. 227 Pennsylvania avenue,
Oppoelte Wlllard's Hotel,
JTl-tf Waihlngton, D. C.
(Late Solicitor of the OOca of the Auditor of the
Treasury for the Post Office Department.)
ATTORNEy.AT.LAW AND SOLICITOR OJf
OlBce, 470 Seventh etreet,
Opposite the Poet Offlee Department,
Will praetlee In the Courts of the District of Co
!uuMa,the Court of Claims, and the Supreme
Cotrtof the United Slates, and will Rive prompt
attention to the prosecntlon of claims and the
adj ustment of accounts In all the Departuente of
Offlee, 478 Seventh street, opposite Post OSes
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Offlee on the northeast corner of F and Fifteenth
streets, opposite the east entrance of
the Treasury Building,
Attends especially to elalme npon th. United
fTffTB LAD 0 M. V s
DIAMOND DEALER AND JEWELER,
NO. S02 CHEeNUT BTI1EET, PHILADELPHIA,
Has alwaya on band a large and beautiful assort
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND
of the newest styles.
, Diamonds mounted to order, In the most beau
tlful and substantial manner,'
Walchee repaired In the best manner, and war.
Diamonds and all other Prectooe Stones bought
ALL OOODS SOLD AT TIIE LOWEST CASH
DUDLEY A CO.,
DEALEKS IN WOOD k COAL.
Keen constantly on band the host tiuallty of
WOOD AND COAL,
Sawed and Spilt Wood, to suit purchasers.
liy strict attention to business, and fair deal
Intf, they hope to merit the patronage of tho
YAKD rOOT OP TWELFTH STIiEET WEST
AND rOTOMAC K1VEK.
Orders left at Fluley k Brother' Sejur store,
47d Seventh .treet, b twee a D and E, u UI receive
prompt attention eQ-lia
ASHINOTON, SKPTKMBEn 13, 1865.
TUB UNDEIlblUNED have this day
formed u co-partnership for the purpoae of con
ducting a wholesale and retail family urocery,
at Si5 l'0unylvanla avenue, opnowlte the Metro
ikolitan Hotel, uudr tho style of Juxeph U Bryau
it Uro.vrLero they would be pleaaed to Mirve
their friends and the publle. Wr-ons In waat
will And a full and complsie assortment, aud at
prices as low as can be purchaaad
J08EPII n. BUYAN,
wnAPPiNa paper yoa salb at
f f THI vyp.
U INSISTENCE OFFICE, UNITED
1 STATES ARM Y. No.. 1 Booth flTasiTxBAL-
riMdai Mr., Sept. 12, IMi
r Sealed Proposln, in dvptieat, will be received
si this office until 11 m., noon, FRIDAY, Sept 29,
M&V tot the purchase of about ONI THOUSAND
SEVEN HONORED ANU FIFrY HEAD OF
PRIMS BEEF CATTLE, In lota of ten ad up
wards. These Cattle are til In prim condition, biting
besn on band several months and fed daily with
bay and corn, and ar fully equal to any offered
in inartPi. do rare an opportunity mr iu yur
chae of extra fln bsf Is seldom found.
Fropopali must slate the number It Is proposed
to purchase, and the prlMNt pound, gross.
The Cattle to be weighed by the Stat Weigher
on delivery, and the weights, as rendered by
him, to be the standard by which all bills are to
Terms of sale i Cab, In Government funds. A
depositor fifty (30) pr cent, to be mad on notifi
cation or acceptance or bldi the balance; to be
paid When the cattle are delivered.
Successful bidders to be allowed ten days In
which to remove their stock.
The Cattle can be examined at any tlm from
the date of this advertisement till September 28.
from 10 a. m. till 4 p. m., dally, at the United
States Cattle Corral, adjoining the Government
Hay Scates, on the Franklin road, near Balti
more. The undersigned reserves the right to reject
any or all bids if they are deemed notad vantage
ons to the United fctates.
The lots win ne arranged numerically iron
Nos.l to l,7A0,and the award a will be made In
the same order unless a particular lot mar be
designated In tb bid. In no case will the skip
ping oi nitmoers ie allowed.
Propoxate moot be upon blank forma f urn t shed
at this office Telegrams will not receive atten
tion unless the same are prepaid.
rropoxais to o enaonea " rroposiis lor me
Purchase pf Beef Battle," sealed and addressed
to the underilgnod.
By order of
Brevet Brig. Gen. TnOJIAS WILSON,
C 8 U B A.
eel 4 teZ Captain and C.S.
PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY.
llOUSBOr RlPaXSIltTATIVRaUjUTEDSTATn, )
Clerk's Orrrci, Aug, 1.1S6.1 (
Scaled rropoitals will be received at this of
flee until FKIDAY, the Z9ih day of BepieraWr,
180.T, at 12 o'clock, m , for furnUhlof each of the
following clashes of Stationery for the ue of the
llouso of Kepresenlatlrcs of the United States,
200 ream white Quarto Post Taper, extra super
fine, faint lined
2-1 reams white Quarto Post Paper, extra super
00 reams white Quarto Post Paper, extra super
flue, wide ruted
400 reams white Commercial Note Paper, extra
snpernoe, isini roiea
100 ream while Commercial Note Paper, extra
superfine, wide ruled, on all slden.
100 reams while Commercial Note Paper, extra
AO reams fancy Note Paper,
ino reams white Fool neap Paper, extra tu peril ne.
73 reams white Legal Cap Papor, extra super
flue. .10 reams white Flat CaD Paner. extra sutterflne.
The above papers ronsi all ie or me same
quality, n(fti add WtiglU of the samples ac
cepted, aud iiiuitt sustain a rigid com pari ion with
sample, by weight and otherwise, or they will
It reams thin Manilla Paper.
0 boxes Arnold's Pateut Ink Absorber, or
other similar manufacture.
180,000 white thick adhilve Envelopes, fl by
200.000 "hite thick adbexlvo Envelopes, i by
2.1,000 white thick ndhenlve Envelopes, fl by
' 2 inches.
70,000 white thick adhesive Envelopes, Sjrby
' 3 inches.
JO.000 wlilto thlclc adhesive Envelopes, bhj
VA loch os
10,000 whlto thick adh6nlve Envelopes, 9) by
10,000 white thick adheilrfl Envelopes, 10- by
21,000 Faney Note Envelopes
200,000 ban" adhesive Envelopes, ? by Z)
200,000 butr Envelopes, 1 by 3 Inches, (uot
00,000 butr Envelopes, Q by 3U Inches, (uot
adhesive ) 1
3 groKB Contrrcss Tlo Euvelopes.
TThe adhesive Kn to lope must bo extra wll
fymuieit, and they rum all bo delivered lu good
ox, coutalnlutc (excent the Congres Tie aud
I first three clasnea named) flvehundred Euvelopes
eactt The first three classes must be delivered
lu boxe-ofau extra quality, containing two bun
dled and fifty esch Aud saiaples of all kinds
must be nubmiueu in boxes, a it is proposed io
deliver them. They will all be compelled tosu
ta'n a rigid comparison with samples, In rogard
to nmity sua lotigiiz.
12.1 gros Wsshlngtuu Medallion Pens
in rotf Perry's blue barrel Pens, fine points.
7.Wros Porrv's Ihree-noluled Pens.
12-)gros Levy's Uimmerclal Pens.
j gross union ren, ao. ji, uroad points.
7agrosaillolt'sPna, No 170.
20 gross GlltoU's Blaek Hwau Quill Pens.
1 gross four -Inch flat g'u lnktaud.
8 duian lulcttand. aborted slvlc.
10 dozeu host Black luk, quart, pint, and half
3 dmen Carmine Ink, small bottle.
2 dozen Blue Iiik.Davld'sor HarrUon's.'iuarta
Albs. Blue Stamping Ink.
2 gross Kubber Penholders.
3 groHS Porcupine and other fancy Penholder
15 gros Peulwlders, common iu all ties, assorted
30 dozeu short Rubber Propetllng Pencils.
8 dozen long Hubber Propyl Hug Pencil.
10 doieu short ltnbber Screw Paid I.
10gros Faber's octagon Load Pencils, No. 2.
10 gross Faber's round Lead Pencils, No. 2.
10 dozeu Rubber-head Pencils, No, 2.
20 dozen Faber's Carmine and Blue Pencils,
10 dozen Faber's Artist's Pencils.
A dmen gold-mounted Propelling Pencils.
71 boxes Cut Quills, let quality,
0 dozen Diaries for 1800
S dozen Autograph Books,
2 dozen Kerap Bioks.
lu dozen Ell!' Mucilage, four-ounco bottels.
13 dozen Ellis' MuclUgo, etgbt-onuce bottles.
100 lbs Dovell k Early's bot Sealing Wax.
4 dozou Portfolio, aortad style,
20 dozen Ivory and other Folders.
I Hit .n.tnli l'liik TaDff. No. 10.
10 dozen ltodgers' Pocket Knives, from one to
six hi ad e
ilD Pocket Knlvea.Wostenholm's. Crooks
and American make, various stylos aud
3 dozen ralrs Scissors, one dozen each, four,
five and slx-luch.
10 dozen pair EJclor, ntno t twolvo-lnch.
2 dozeu sets of fl no Sclsaors, In caes.
2 dozen Paper Clasps, various stylos,
a dozen Paper Weight.
A dozen Pencil Sharpeners
A dozou lteady Refrencu Files,
0 dozen Eyelet Punches
A dozen Erasing Kelzos.
400 mall boxes or papers of Btsck Sand.
3 dozen Portemoonales, flneit styles.
8 dozen Rulers, various styles.
A dozen Pen-rack
600 pouuds thick tWt Ttvlne.
200 pounds medium Soft Twine.
30 dozen packs Veiling Cards.
20 dozen Peu-w'pers
2 dozen Newspaper Flies
13 gros Itubbor liud and Rings,
11 pounds Artist's Hum
l.ooo skins Parchment, ltl by 22 Inches
In the snpply uf goods coutractors will be
rigidly required to furnUh articles fully equal to
Proposals mnht be accompanied by the namoa
of the urilles Intended to he olTcred,
As required by Uw.preferente will be given to
the productions of American Industry, If equally
cheap and of as good quality; aud all prsou
making proposal to upply aityclas of articles
will state whetlur tho iaroa are the manufacture
of the Uulted State.
The articles are to be dllver(d free of any
charge for carriage, at tha offlee of the Clerk itf the
Ilouseof RepreHeutatlvesou or before the lstday
of November, ltSUl.
Each propyat to bo endorsed "PropQiaU for
Stationery for the It ne of Representative of the
Uulted Bute," aud addressed to the under
signed. ttutnclent specimens of each class of articles
proposed for must accompauy the proposal,
marked with the name of the bidder.
The person utlvrltig tn furnUh any class of
articles at tue .owe, putr, qm.mjr vouKiuereu,
shall receive a contract Tor the amo, un execut
ing a bond, with tvwor more burettes, siviUfao
tory to tho Cleik of the Mouse of Jlepieicntitllve,
for the performuueo of tho um, under a for
feiture of twice the contract price tu cue of fail
ure, whirl, bond mut he Hied lu the otHce uf tho
said Clerk within ten day after the proposals
have beou opeuod aud tho roaull dioUrd
Clerk of the House of ItepieBentailves of the Unl
ted tiUW au2S-w4w
PLUMRINO, OAS AND STEAaM TIT-
X TING All klud of the above work execu
ted with uromntnes. and at tho lowest rate
Solo a.'ent for the oelebiatod Knickerbocker
Range, which has given more general atU fac
tion than auv other one lu no lu thl t-ltv.
Hot air furuace, brick and portable, pnt up at
short notice. porun lutroJutlug water Into
dwelling are Invited to call and eam,lnQ our
Bioca oeiure giving mnir onittr
ALEX. H SllEPIIEltD,
I'jfm rennayivania avenue.
aspS-Ot Socsiiot to J, W.Thoopsun Cov
BY OI.HKN k WILLIAMS,
GOVERNMENT BALK OF VALUABLE SQUARES
AND BUILDING LOTS OF GROUND IN THE
CITT OF WASHINGTON. D. C. , AT AUCTION,
BY ORDER OPTIIECOMMISSlONEUOr PUB
On. TUESDAY, the t)th day of October next, ws
will sell to the highest bidder, coramenelag at
10 o'clock, a. in., at onr Auction Rooms, No.
A24. comer of Seventh Straat west ana II straet
north, the follow. ag-aatned valuable properly,
ucivuziua; tv tue uwTvruiaeaioi tue unueu siaie.
Lots No. .1 In Square No. 4. Lots No. 8 in
square no, iJio,
Lots No, 13 In Bin ire No. AM. Lot Nn. 1. 2.
3, 4, 0, , 22, S3. 2i, M, 20, 27, 28, 2fl. and 90. In
oquara y. on, ijoi iio. a ana o, id equare
Lota No. 10. II. 18. 17. and 19. In S.iuara No.
W3. Lota No. fl and 7. In bnuare No. evi.
Lota No. 0, In Equare No. o7. Loti No. 1, 2, 9,
v, iv, ii, i., i, tsu id, in oqsar iw. yu,
Ztois ao. i. in Hanare eaii or sanara na. l.oas
Lota No 1,2,11, 12, 11,14, 13, and 18, ,n Square
Lots No. 1.2, 10,11,12,13, and 14, In Square
No. 1,123 Lots No. 3,4.3.6, 7, and 8, In Square
Lot No. 1.2. 11.12. 11. 14. and 13. In Rnnare
No. 1.12. Lot No. 1. 2. 10. 11. If. 1J. and It. In
ixjtsno. i,2, 9, io, it, and IX, in square no,
l,m Lots No. 10, 11, 12, and 13, In Square No.
Lot No. 1, 2, 11, 12, 13, 14, IS, and 18, In
Square No. 1,187. Lots No. 1,2, 10,11,12,13,
and 14, In Square No. 1,138.
Lots No. 1,2,9,10, 11, and 12, In Square No.
1,139 Lots No. 1, 2, 0, 10, 11, and 12, In Square
Lots No. 1,2,10, 11, 12, 11, aedl4,lnSqnare
south of Square No. 1,140. Lots No. 1, 2, 11, 12,
13, 14, M, and 10, In Square No. 1,141. Lots No.
3, 4, A, 6, 7, 8, and 9, In Square No. 1,142. Lota
Vo 1, 2, 0, 10, 11. and 12. In Sou are No. 1.143.
mh Ao, i, -i, x 4, a, u, n, and 16, In Square
No. 1,141. Lota No. 7, 8,0, 10, 11, 12, aud 13, In
Square No. 1,141.
Lots No. 1, 2, 3, 4, A, and 12, In Square No.
And, also, the whole of tho following Squares,
Terms of sale to be cash on delivery of the
deeds of the property ; one tenth of the purchase
money to be paid down when the property Is
knocked off. Hbonld the purchaser fait to com
ply, the property will then aod there be put up
again aud sold to the highest b dder; If the whole
terms are not compiled with In 30 days from day
of sale, the Commissioner reserres ihe rliht to
resell the properly at the risk and coitof the first
purchaser. UULb.1 X YVlbUians,
XTENSIVE AUCTION SALES
OOTERNMENT MEDICAL STORES
Will bo sold at public auction, at the time and
fit see designated below, a large quantity of Med
clues. Hospital Stores, Surgical instruments and
Dressings, Books, Stationery, Bedding, Hospital
Clothing, Furniture, and Appliance :
At United btates Army Hospital, FREDERICK,
MARYLAND. THURSDAY. September 14
ai L'uueu isisio Army uenerai Hospital, uuAr
ii.i, wz.31 wuuiia, SAiu.tUAi, ttdptem
At United States ArmvGeueral Hobltl. PAR.
KLKUUUll, Y W l VI UUlfl I A, TUL3UA V ,
be member 19.
At Uulted btates Army General Hospital,
uiiAiut.3iMfl, wear wituiniA, jritiDAi,
At United Kate Army General Hospital, IIAR
iti.o luwu, ii:uinjA, iiiUK9UAi,oep
At United States Army General Hospital,
CLARYSVILLE, MARYLAND, FRIDAY, bp
I ember 2!.
At Medical Purveying Depot, No 8 NorthCharles
street, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, MONDAY,
The sale will commence at Frederick at 1
o'clock, P.M ; at the other places at 10 A.M..
aid continue dally until the property la disposed
Much of the property Is but little worn, and la
to be wold becaus e no longer required hy tbaOov
Ttrm etuh tn uowrnment fundi, nt tv.s .tn
v purthn, aud the property to be removed
m uuiu loriy-eigni uoura irota ine air oi saie.
The sale at the Medical Purvevlnir i)enot Is es-
rieclally worthy the attention of manufacturers,
mportcr, aud dealer, as the list comprises a
large quantity oj new ana valuable medicine.
Surgical Instruments, burglcal Dressings and
Appliances. Books, Beddlnii. Ctolhlnir. Tinware.
Pelf ware, and Hospital lurntture; among them
the following articles of Bedding and Clothing,
ntl neio; About 4,000 Bedsack. 10.000 woolen
Blankets, (whlte.double, and lu bales of 100
each,) ls.OOOCounteri-aue. 300 Hnlr Mattresses.
10,0l Moaqulto Bars, I.OOO Hair Pillows, 2,000
I'liiiiw uasijs, s,oiw 1'iiiow Tick, 7,000 b bests,
(cotton and linen,) 200Cn.pi.500 nair Drawer,
t.cxv) Dressing downs, fioo Cotton bblrts, 1,000
Slippers, and l,ooo ?alr woolen Socks, bcMtdes a
uuautltv nf the same article' worn but ood.
Samples can be examined at this Depot on Ihe
Saturday preceding the sa'e. Catalogues of the
respective sale can be procured by applying at
thl olfloe, or at the Hospitals, at any time within
a un jruTMiui 1 u ricu saie.
Z. K. ULISS. Surgeon U.S. Vols ,
Medical Purveyor U S. A.,
Medical Purveyor' Oitlce, Baltimore, Maryland
September t,H(i.l. sel3toc2
T AUGE SALE OF GOVERNMENT
a-J CAUS, EiUtNES, AND RAILROAD IRON
UjitedStatrs Military Railroad,
Orriraor AssisTAVTQtTAr.TiRMA tkr.
Wasuinutox. D C. Aninst II. luM
WlllbeBoldrtCllYPO Af.VA.eu VKDN:
uai, uc-ober 11, at II o't'ock.a. tu. 1
About four thousand t OtHl) ton Un lroad Iron
At PORTSMOUTH, VA. , on FRIDAY, October
11 ai i in. j
Five (1) Urst-cUss Locomotive Engines,
AtNulUOLK, VA, October M, atflp. m
Oue new Locomollve Engine. 6 ,oot eauire.
About fifty (00) Freight Cars aud 01 e (I) Passen
At ALEXANDRIA, VA , on TUESDAY, Oeto
Fifty (V) first-class Locomotive Engines, 4 feet
evj men gaoge.
El if U teen Ob) new Platform Car, flvefaot (ranLra
Tweuty-Dvo (23) now Box Car, Ave (5) fool
About three hundred and fifty (iW) Box Cars, 4
feet S' lucu icautre.
About two Uuudrea und thirty (!) Platform do.,
ioi o-j iucu gauge.
Aboat thirty (M) block tn., 4 foct8Ulnch gauge.
Twenty (2t) Passengerdo , " " do.
One (lj Wrecking do, " do.
Two (3) now Truck,
blxty do,, framed,
VonFtoen (14) Flats.
About two thousaud (2,0u0) tons Railroad Iron.
Stilti 1 to commonto at ALEXANDRIA ut li A.
M , and to continue from day to day until alt are
Terms t Cash, In Government funds.
U. L ROBlNbON,
Brev. Col. aud A. Q M ,
augll-dtoclO U. S. Military Railroad.
1 AltflESALEQF CONIlEMNEpTjUAlT
J J TERMASTEU'b bTORES, SCRAP IRON, k.
CRixr QrAHTKRMASTKR's Orrin, 1
Dtsror ur WAitixiiTox, J
Washivcitov, D C , Sept 14, ISM. )
Will bosolJ.at public muiitiu, under tho dl-
ciiiuu '( iMHivi iuiuuei t. vtu'Kiiii, ifj ill ,
at the Government Warehouse, situated ou the
squaro between U aud V, und Twentieth and
Twonty-flrst streets, lu the city of Wuahlngtou,
D.C, ou MONDAY, Sept-'inKr 2-1, 1SB3, nt 10
o'clock, a m , a large im ot ronaemned Quarter
master's btortx, rnnslstlug of
Chair. Desks. Blankets. Bolts. Buckets. Chains.
Wagon Cover, Halters, llariiosa, Stddle, Tar
iots, spurs, whip, wrencnes. auviis, Helloes,
Beurhes, t hissl. Poitahle rorge, Hammers,
Squaie, Vices, Tong, Ade, Angers, Bevels,
Broad-axe, brulcs, Kiihtia and Fork, Lamps,
La uterus. Ovens. Paus. Plates. Saws. Shois.
Qrludst.ji.es, Wheelbarrow, and a largo lot of
i.estiier htrups, iron Doraps, wagou nro, Horse
Tho stores mut bo removed within fle days
from d ite of sale.
Terms: Cash, lu Government funds.
II H HUCICER,
llvt. MdJ Geu aod Chief QnnrtArmaotor,
el4-ta Depot of Washington
ROAD EMJiriEd AND CAI.
PtlTFliSTATr MlLITAHT lUllROADS,
Orrn k r iirA"iTiji ahikbmasil.ii,
Wa-iiis..!. 1 ( . Ana 11. 1MU
Will bo soli hi M V.NCHEsTER, opposite R.ch
moud, Vil 00 TUbbDVY,t( totter S;
Iweuty-tlvo (21) new first ilass Locomotive En
gine : five (5 foot gsiigt, five (A) foot drivers.
cylinder Kixil lu , tapaclly of tank, t(0u
Flvo (5) flrt-cla4S Locoiqatlvs, i feet 3 Inch
Two hur.ilii4 slid lxty-flvo (ii.l) new Box
Freight Oars, Uvo (1) foot gauge.
Fifteen (15 now Platform Cars, flye (ft) foot
Ten (It) Frelk-U Cars, 4 feet N Ucb uul-o.
The (! to tHmtluue frojn day to day until all
am BOiu naie 10 tinniuunc" a. iiiociocx.
Terms t Cash, In Government fund.
II. L. ROBINSON,
VigU-dtool Brr. Cul. &ad A, Q. M.
GUEEN k WILLIAMS,
IMPROVED REAL ESTATE ON THE tfAYT
YARD AT AUCTION.
On MONDAY, the 25th, at A o'clock p. ra , we
hall sell In front of the premises, Lot No. 4, In
Square south of Square 900. This property fronts
111 feet 9 lnahee on 11th street east, running back
111 feet 10 Inches on South Carolina avenue, and
Is Improved by two two-story Frame Houses.
Terms of salet One half cash, the balance la
six and twelve months, for notes bearing latere!
fnm day of sale. A deed given and a deed of
All conveyancing tod revenue stamps at the
cosi oi tne purcnaser,
GREEN k WILLIAMS,
A UCTION BALE OFSOFT BOAP.
Wasiiixiitoiv AnaKVAt., )
September 16, l&M,
On 8ATCRDAY. the ld dar of flentemb-r. will
be sold to the highest bidder one hundred barrels
Of SOFT SOAP.
Terms : Cash at time of sale.
J 0. BENTON.
sslO-Ct Major of Ordnance, Commanding
Orric Dt tot CoxxiMAar or Scbmstrxcx,
Wahikhtox, D C.,Sept 14, 1SA
Will be offered at tmbllc auction, at the Oov
ernment Cattle Yard In Alexandria, Virginia, on
THURSDAY, the 28th Instant, at 11 o'clock, a.
., auoui !,. ueaa oi eei ana imock uaitie.
Conditions of sale made known before the sate
Terms i Cash In Government funds.
sel6-slnth7t Major and C. S., U. B A.
GOVERNMENT HORSES AND MULES.
QrARTKIsflSTH GlXXBAL't OfftCK,
Wasrixutox, D.C, August 24, 18U.1. (
Will be sold at publle auction, during tho mouth
of BE IT EM BER, to the highest bidder, at the
time aod places named If low, vlft
New York city, Tuesday of each week, 100
Horses each day.
New York city, Thursday of ci -h week, 200
Mulos each day.
Philadelphia, Thursday of each week, 100
Horse each day.
Philadelphia, Saturday, September 2, and
Wednesday and Saturday of each week there
after, 100 Mule each day.
Pittsburg, Thursday and Friday of esch week,
to September 22, Inclusive, Ifio Mutes each day.
Harrlsburg, Tuesday of each week, 100 Mule
Mauch Chunk, Thursday, September 7, 200
Indiana, Tuesday, September 12, ISO Mules.
Greenshurg, Thursday, September 14, 150
Reading, Thursday, September 14, 200 Mules.
Altoona, Thursday, bep tember '23, 150 Horses,
Indianapolis, September 11, 13, 1.1, 2.1, 27, and
21 L'iO Horses each day.
indlaoipolls, beptember 12, 14, aud 10, 100
Mules each day
Chicago, September A, 7, 9, lf, 21, 23, 30, 1W
Mule each day.
Chicago, September 4, 6,8,18,20,22,20, 150
Horses each day.
Wilmington, Friday of each week, 100 Mules
Wilmington, Tuesday or each week, 100 Horses
Trenton, Tuesday, beitember 1. 100 Mules.
Trenton, Tuesday, September 19, 100 Mutes.
Baltimore, Thuntday, September 7, 150 Mules.
Baltimore, Thursday, September 21, 150 Mule
St. Lonl. Thursday. SeDtomber7.and Tuesday
and Thursday of each week thereafter, 200 Mulo
Fort Leavenworth, oomiuenelni? Tnesitsv. Ren.
tember 12, and continuing thereafter at such
times as tho Depot Quartermaster way designate,
UftsHUUU, V. L
Tnesdsr and Thnndar nf i.ih wV 10O
Uorses each day.
no saie 01 amies wiu tax place at
WASHINGTON, D. U,
The animals to be sold In September are supe
rior to any heretofore offered to tho public. The
majority of them are sound aud serviceable
( tn tjrjterJed MU nt thla atrte of an U alt tit
aurnlut Guvertunanl antmnla will ha dlximutt
. Buyrra 'fnW therrm e tall ihtmtttct
11 '( irj(;nnHiiy jmrtnaae
Aulmals will be sold singly.
Sates to commence at 10 a tn.
Term cash, lu Uultod btates currency.
JAMES A EK1N,
Brevet Brigadier General t charge,
autl-lseH First Division Q M O O.
UNITED STATES MILITARY RAIL
ROADB. Orncs or Assistaxt Qcartiriiastir, )
WisniNiiTox, D. C , Julv 20, 160-1. t
AUCTION SALE OF P.OLLlNo RTOCIT.
Will be sold, at publle auction, to the highest
bidder, tli followlug rollluif stock .
On TUESDAY, bptembr 11, at the Portland
w.- bnop luivrtlaud, Maloe, blx ttf) Loooiuo'
On THURSDAY, September 21, at Klnkly k
riiiiains- ouop,tn uoston, Alass , Four (4) Loco
On MtlNDAV. fLin(mhP 91 .t L-....a
nearPalladclphla, Penn , Fifty (00) Box Weight
""i.""" "- a"-u-uaii-incu gauire
On N EDNESDAY, September 27, r. Wilmlng
ton, Del , Eighty-four (&4) Box Frel.'ht Cars, five
The above stock Is all new, and of the very host
The Engines are five feet Rusge, five-foot
drivers, aud cylinders 1(1x24 luches They ran bo
changed to narrow gua' at a trilling expense.
Sales to commence at 10 a, in.
Tsrms Cash In Government funds.
II L. ROBINSON,
Jy20-ta Brevet Cotouel and A Q M.
AUCTION SALES OP HOSPITAL
Mr.iucAi. Pi'RrxroH'a Orrirn,
wAsnixtiToi. v u , August 3it. liU.
Will t-e held until farther uotlro. lu this
on EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, commencing
iai lajiubi, f, prox , at jo o'ciock a m , ai
Judiciary Square Warehouse, Fifth and Kstrrets,
an auction sala of llusnitat Furnlturn. Il..,1.11rnt
4c , which liave been used In tho Govermueut
service. Tliese sale will embrace many arti
cle of a serviceable character, and the atteutloii
of Hotel Keepers, Proprietors of Steamboats, and
others, Is called to them.
Terras Cash, at time of sale.
Successful bidders mut reiuovo their pur
chases within forty -olubt (JS) hour from dtt of
sate. If uot ukon away within that time, the
articles will be resold at the next subsequent
sale, at the risk of the first purchaser
augSD-lf Surgeon U 8 A M 1 Purveyor
Y W. L. W A L L A
HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAHUR
Cxprsssly for the
BALE OF HORSES,
CARRIAGES, STOCK, Jkc,
98 LOU18IANA AVENUE,
Between Ninth and Tenia stroets, Washington.
AUCTION SALES EVERY
TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY
cash advanced"on CONS.UNMKN .S
HORSES, CAltRIAOES. Ag ,
Rsselve 1 fur lrlvats Sale.
W T. WALT. S 00 , A nets
it . II 1 1) I! ONS A CO
llKAL K6TATE. HOUSK. ANU
CoiimssiuMias r Hkbhh aiii .ot.ikibh l'niiic
sl CKD U bTIIKtT, aud 4IU lUlllo.ME hTI'.ELT,
(Near llroaJway,) MtW OUK.
Ilousu. Let aud LiasoJ, Kiul U.tale Uou.'lit.
Sohl, ur hxclisukeil
Loan- ftegutlstsd, Deeds, Ilond., and Mort.'S.'O.
lleiitx aad Claim. cnllt'Ch d
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LOW AND UNirOlllI 1'IHCES.
aod flae fililrl. jusde lu urilsr lu lliobost style
aud warraulcd t nt '
WALL, RTSPHE.te.Srn ,
SCI Peuasyltanta aionne,
sep J.JwIf uet, MulU aud Teulh streets.
X will be received hy tb nnderslgaed, until
12u'clock in.oa WEDNESDAY, September 27,
1S8.1, for building tho following. described sewer.
vli a sewer from K to F street north, tn Third
The fewer will be circular In form: Us Inside
diameter will 1 (4) font feet, the walls (ft) nine
Inches In thickness; the grade of the Inside bot
tom or sewer win commence at ine inside bottom
of the sewer on E street, and run parallel with
ins present grade or tne street.
Specifications can bn seen at the City Commts
loner's offlee, at the Clly Hall,
Bidders will state the 'prltt per Hoeal foot,
which shall Include all excavations and Ailing
that maybe required,
RICHARD WALL AC IT,
W II. BALDWIN,
O. D. SHERIFF,
se20-tot27 Assistant Commissioners.
TVrAYOIt'S OFFICE, BEPT. 15, 1885.
Proposals will be received at this office until
twelvo o'clock, on MONDAY, the 2.1th lnstart,
for grading and graveling Ninth street west, from
F to II street, the gravel to be nine Inches In the
centre, tapering off to four Inches toward the
gutter Hue, to be well rolled with a heavy roller,
and to be relieved of all stone of Improper slxe,
at tne discretion or tne commissioner, tne dirt to
be deposited where the Commissioner may direct.
o part 01 too appropriation win uo paia uetii
the work Is approved by tho Cotninlisloner and
ImiiIi the AsMstaat Commissioner.
Bidders will state the price per cubic yard for
grsdlug. and per eqnare yard for grsvelingj the
work to be done thl fall or next spring, as the
Mayor may determine,
JAMES II. BIRCH,
Commissioner KeventU WarJ.
WM. T DONIPHAN,
elG-dl25th Assistant Commlssloaert.
AROE OOVERNMENT SALE
STEAMBOATS, WHARF-BOAT, DAr.OES.AKD
QrARTIBHASTSR OlXXRAL'S OfflCJ, )
Wasmivhtov, D. C , July 20, IS65. (
Sealed Proposal, are Invited and will be re
ceived at the places, and uiitll the daks herein
after named, for the purchase of the following
named STEAMBOATS, WHARF-BOATS, BARGES, aid
AT NEW ORLEANS. LA , UNTIL WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER 4, Um ,forthfl
Model Barge Mulligan, and one (1) Coal Boat.
Which can be seen at POl.T HUDSON, LA , until
the day of sale.
For tho Wharf-boat Natchei, 700 tons; and two
U) Coal Boat
WMch can be seen at BATON ROUGE, LA., until
fiedsy of sale.
ALSO, f.ir tha
Sldo-wheel Steamer Colouol Holcomb, (bslld-
lug.) registered 220 tons.
Sidi-wheel Steamer Illinois, registered 600 ton.
oiuo-wnrei oiesmer v u. eavory, rcgisiereu va
Sldo-wheel bt earner J. M. Brown, registered 334
Sid-wheel Steamer A. 0. Brown, reglstsred 22D
SlJe-wheel Steamer Ohio Belle, registered 300
Side-wheel Steamer Mnstanir.reclsterod 178 ton.
Slde-wheU bioamer balut Charles, registered 0u7
Side-wheel Steamer Diana, registered 750 tons.
blde-wbeel bieamer E. II Falrchltds, registered
Side-wheel Steamer J. R. Adams, registered 6o7
Sldo-wheel Steatuer Switzerland, registered 019
Stern-wheel Steamer TdaMay,rglstered 230 tons.
btern-w heel bteamr lowu, registered 4S2 ton.
btern-wuosi bivamer Aitamout, registered 382
Steio -wheel Steamer Dick Fulton No. 2, regis
tered HI tous
Stem-wheel steamer Colonel Benedict, registered
item -wheel Steamer Colonel Chandler, regis
tered 20 tons.
Stern-u heel steamer Cornle, registered tons.
Stem-wheel bcenmer Llrile DavU, registered
Stiru-whecl &teamr Colonel Chapln, registered
Screw Tug Leviathan, registered 321 tons.
4crew Tug lilnule Uauks, registered J2tona.
Hcrew Tng name, registerea in ions
Screw Tug Captain Pltklos, (uow building.)
!crew Tug (no name aiil now building )
screw Tug ueorgo I.. Tyler, registered 116 tons.
Screw Tug Ameiica, registered 418 ton.
Screw Tug llaocox, registered lootons.
brrew Tug Admiral, rogutered iai tous.
Screw Tng Gladiator, roistered 171 ton.
Centro-wbesl bteuiner Keppor, registered SI Ion
Centr'-whcil Steamer Gun,ral Ransom, regis
tered lot tons
Centre-wheel bieamer Colonel Colburn, regis-
icrru ui iou,
Mo.lnl llario Nos. 10. 11. and Abbrr.
Canal Hit Rosalirt
Teu (lOj OuuwhIo Barge.
Tweaty-four (24) Ponioon Boat.
ronr(4)iswi i.at, one, (I) ball Boat, one (1)
M-ulUc Boat, five K.) SkltTs, and oue (1) net of
All of which can be seen at NEW ORLEANS.
La. , uutU the day of alo,
AT MOniLE. ALVBAMA, UNTIL THURSDAY,
OCTOBER, 12, 12 M , Tor the
btdo-wheel Steamer Laurel Hill, registered 7W
Side-wheel Steamer Warrior, registered 466 ton.
blde-whculbtouuior Jauto Untile, registered nil
Sldo-wheel Steamer Ariel registered 302 ton.
Sldej-wheel Steamer N. W. Thomas, registered
Side-wheel SteamerStarltgbt, registered 3.11 tous.
bide w litel KU'amer Iborvllls. rearlslereJ.'u t...is
Side-wheel Steamer J, D. bwalu, roglslerud 227
Stern-wheel Steamer Jonalo Roger, registered
Stern -wheel Steamer It. B. Hamilton (sunk,) reg
istered 191 tou
Screw Tug Perry, registered IM tons.
Screw Tug Alph Cut lug, registered 91 tons.
4cre u Tug Blossom, nglHtorvd 54 tons.
Model Barge Ford.Canul Boat Uoldon Era, Canal
Boat (no name), forty (40) Poutoou Barge-,
thhty W) Yawl Boats, aud three (3) Sectional
Alt of which can be seen at MOBILE, ALABAMA,
until the day of sate.
Persons making proposal for more than one
boat or bure, should give tho uatuo or unuiber
of acb boAt or bant bid for, with prico pro
posed to bo givuu for each
Hull t'ovilopn ioutalnlug a bid should bo
nttlel, aud the UAtue of tbe bout or barge, or de
scription of the iruiKrty. endorsed ihereoa. sad
addressed to Hrltra iler Oeuerat L. B. Parsous,
Chief of Hull eud llUer lrauportatlou, lu earn
of tho ofilct r tu chart. i of rlwr trausportatloo at
iu oiu( ui-nkunii-u tor uM'Diu)f uma
The (o.ruiii"uirt!.,r.s the right to withdraw
any of tho aboto pri.prty, aud to njoct pru
p..al If defined too tow
Pavtneut tat W made In United States cur
reuiy, upou the aciepluoce uf any proposal, and
prior to tho dell veiy oft h propeity
A lull diirlpllou of llw j n.a'ftity n.y bo ob
laluedon application to Colonel Arthur bd wards,
ttitHDt quartermaster, ei Ltmls, Missouri.
By ordir of tho Quartermaster Geurral
LEWIS B I'AlLVKNS,
Brig Oen and Chief or Rail aud Rlvtr Trans-
Wv-iiin itov, 1 V , September 2,1, ImU.
ALL HO ITS, A ., nt New Orleans ind MnMIa
for wi'fih bid i.i uot ucceitod. v.lll bo ollered
at PUBLIC AU( Tln.VUi..-e at Not Orkausat
i hut j' late, ou hAlTKDAY, the 7th dav of Octn-
ier, aua tnose at alol n ml that Mntf, ou jnr.i
DY I bo lnh day of (Ktober Uae uotlcn will
will be i,l viu t pretlo hour aud locality of sale.
By orxter of the tluarterm isler (Uuoral
LEWIS 11 PMUONS,
.2J J'.t BrlgsdUr Gvnvtal
V M A N HOUSE,
UUOADWAY, CD11NER OF TWEKTY-rilTIl
NEW V il II K CITT.
JllTCJIL'LI., HEAD, AND WALL,
Tho HOFFMN HOUSLls eunducted npoa the
plsii uf tliu let Atuorlcnu aud Kurwpeau HutfU.
It cointluvs all tho muderu Improremeuts nces
.ary lu the Kreatest comfort of guests that an,
lusuuulty and liberality cau possibly deslse Lad
produce. Tha ulll of Tare for the UuU .inhrsis.
eisry variety and delicacy .Horded by Ihe Auiir
Icau raarkels, lu their sua.uu.
Jci.r 4, llioo Jrll-lf
f U M 0 V A L .
HIIUllLS, Dh.NVhliA PECK,
AriliKSETS ili (liil 1.kllMH. ST Lor,
Have reluuvtd thvtr otlli. rrom fapllal Ulll to
NO 313 ' sriiEtr,
brt rurarisnTU afo rirTKiaTU stubeT4.