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I , AKDREwTjOIIHBOjr, ,
s7r.sid.iit ef tli United It.tas of Aimer
I lea. T ' '
"To att and lingular to uhom (a prutntt
thnll eotu, ffrettngt
Wberoa a treaty wu mad and concluded
at fort Sally, la tht territory of Dakota, on
th nineteenth day of October, In the year of
r Lord one thoniand eight hondred and
kty-nre, by and betwetn Newton Bdmondi,
Jward D. Taylor. Major General S. R. Car-
It, Brigadier General H. II. Sibley. Henry
, IUed, and OrrlnQaeriuey, eommtiiton-
lti, on tht part of the United States, and
4ha-ran-ikah. (The White Hawk,) K-to-ke
b, (The Ilamp,) and other chUfi and head-
then of the Two Ketllei band of Dakota or
lion i Indians, on the part oC uld band of
indUni, and dalj aatborlted thereto by
Ihflm. wlilch trea.tr li In the wordi and
I jtgurei following, to wit:
'Artlclei or a treaty made and eone laded at
Fort Solly, In the Territory of Dakota, by
and between Newton'Edmuodi, Governor
and tz-qffiao Snpertntendent of Indian
Affairs of Dakota Territory. Edward D.
Taylor, Superintendent of Indian Affairs
for the northern so perl a tendency, Major
General S. It. Oartts. Brigadier General
II. II. Sibley. Henrr W. Heed, and Orrln
Onernsey, ooumtsiloners on the part of
the united mates, amy appoint, ny tne
Treeldent. and the nndentrned chiefs and
headmen of the Two Kettles band of Da
kota or Sioux Indians.
Articli First. The Two Kettles band of
Dakota or Sioux Indians, represented in
council, hereby acknowledge themselres to
besabjeotto the exclusive jurisdiction and
authority of the United States, and hereby
obligate and bind themselres. individually
And eolleotlrely, not only to cease all bos til
ttlei against the persons and property of Its
cltliens, bat to use their Influence, and, If
necessary, physical force, to prevent other
bands of the Dakota or Sioux, or other ad
jacent tribes, from making hostile demon-
siraiions against ineuoTernmentoi mo uni
ted States or its people.
Article Second. Inasmuch as the Got
ernment of the United States Is desirous to
arrest the effusion of blood between the In
dian tribes within Its Jurisdiction hitherto at
war with each other, the Two Kettles band
of Dakota or Sioux, represented In council,
anxious to respect the wishes of the Govern
ment, hereby agree and bind themselves to
discontinue for the future all attacks upon
the persons or property of other tribes, un
less first assailed by them, and to use their
Influence to promote peace everywhere In
the region occupied or frequented by them.
Article Third. All controversies or dif
ferences arising between the Two Kettles
band of Dakota or Sioux, represented In
council, and other tribes of Indians, Involv
ing the question of pcaoe or war, shall be
submitted for the arbitrament of the Preal-
f -tent, or suen person or persons as may do
j designated by him, and the decision or award
tented in coudoU.
Article Fourth. The Mid bind repre-
efrjtea in oounou snail withdraw from tne
Wmtel overland already established, or here
I after to be established thronch thelrcoantrTi
Vsnd In consideration thereof, and of their
noninterference with tho persons and prop
erty of cltlisns of the Uolted Statei trarellng
thereon, me uorernmeni or tne u niwa Bt&teg
agree to pay to the laid band the sum of ilx
thoniand dollari annnallj, for twenty year.
In inch article! aa the Secretary of tho Inte
rior may direct : Provided, That laid band
10 represented In ooanclt ihall falthf ally con
form to toe requirements or inis treaty.
dlvldnals, or portion of the band of tho Two
Kettles band of Dakota or Blonz Indians rep
resented In council, desire hereafter to looat.
Esrmanentlr upon any part of the land claimed
y tho said band, for the pnrpoeo of agricul
tural or other pursutts. It Is hereby agreed
by the parties to this treaty that such Indi
vidual or Individuals shall bo protected In.
snob location against any annoyance or mo
lestation on the part of whites or Indians;
and where twenty lodges or famlllei oUtho
Two Kettlei band shall hare located on lands
for agricultural purposes, and signified tho
same to their agent or superintendent, they,
as well as other families so locating, shall re
ceive the sum of twenty-five dollan.annually,
for five years, for each family, in agricultural
Implements and Improvements! and when one
hundred lodges or families shall have io
engaged In agricultural pursuits, thoy shall
bo entitled to a farmer and blacksmith, at
the expense of the Government; also teach
ers, at the option of the Secretary of tho In
terior, when deemed necessary.
Anticu Sixth. Boldlers In the United
States service having killed Ishtahohahne
aha, (Puffing yes,) a friendly chief of the
Two Kettles hand of tho Dakota or Biouz In
diana, It li hereby agreed that the Govern
ment of the United States shall eanse to bo
paid to the surviving widow of the deceased
and his children seventeen tn number, th
sum of five hundred dollari; and to tho laid
tribe or band. In oommon, as indemnity for
killing said chief, the sum of five hundred
dollars, said payment to be made under tho
direction of the Secretary of the Interior.
Articlb SiTHtn, Anvamendmentormod
18 cation of this treaty by the Benato of tho
United States shall bo considered final and
binding upon tho said band, represented In
council, aa a part of this treaty, In the samo
uunner as if it had been subsequently pre
sented and agroed to by tho chiefs and head
men of said band.
In testimonv whereof, the commissioners
on the part of the United States, and th.
chiefs and headmen of the said Two Kettles
band of Dakota or Sioux, have hereunto set
their hands, this nineteenth day or uctober,
ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-five.
after tne contents had previously neen reaa.
Interpreted, and explained to the said chiefs
ISdward D. Tatlor,
S. R. Curtis, Major General,
II. II. SiiLtr, Brigadier General.
lliiiRr W. Reed,
Commissioners on th. part of tho United
The White Hawk, bis X mark, chief.
The Hump, his x mark, ohlef.
The Spotted Ilorse, his x mark, ohlef.
The Spotted Bear, his x mark, chief.
The Four Bears, his x mark
Tho Whirling Heart, his x mark.
Tho Bear that Is like Him, his x mark.
The Two Lances, 1ili x mark.
The Big Bear, his X mark.
II. that Catohes the Enemy, bis x mark.
Tho Bear that Stands, his x mark.
The Bed Dog, his x mark.
He that Wears tho Pip. on his Head, his x
His Iron Dog, his x mark.
The Iron Wing, his x mark.
Tho Thunder Spotted Hoop, his x mark.
Th. Fast Xlk, hU z mirk.
Th. Blg.Natlon, his x mark.
The On. thit Calls th. Women,hti x mark.
Green Grass, Ut x mark.
Stinking Dog, hit z mark.
.; Whit. Cow Eagle, hit z nark.
Signed by the commissioners on the cart
of the United Btates. and bv th. ablefl and
- . .. . ... ..
neaamen, alter th. treaty had been rally
read, Interpreted, ,and explained In our iwai
A. W. Human,
M. 0. oth dlit. Iowa.
IIbi. L. Hoiveb,
Chief Justice of Montana Territory.
Cbas C. 0. Tbobrtob,
IA Col. 4th U. S. Volt.
E. F. Rum
Bee'y of Commission.
0. D. Barrett,
Special Agent Ind. An.
ZarniBB Rehcoktre, his x mark.
Cbablbi Deorb, bis x mark,
The foregoing signatures in thla hand
writing (that of Oen. Curtis) were mad. In
presenoe of th. undersigned.
MaJ. A P, Snaavt,
Paymaster U. 8. A.
Lt. Col 7th Iowa Cavalry.
And whereas the said treaty having been
submitted to th. Senate of th. United States
for Its constitutional action thereon, the Ben
ato did, on tho fifth day of March, ono thou
sand eight hundred and siity-sx, advise and
oonsent to tho ratification of tho same, with
an amendment, by a resolution In tho words
and figures following, to wit:
IB XXICTTIVB SlSJMOir, )
Ssff ate or tee Dritso States,
March 1M0. )
IUtolved, tlwo-thirdi of iis Stniiort prei
ent nneurring,) That tho Senate advise and
oonsent to tse ratiocation or tno treaty be
tween the United States of Amerloa, by their
commlnloners, and tho chiefs and headmen
or the Two Kettles band or Vaootah Dakota
or Sioux Indians, mad. and oonoluded at
Fort Sully, in the Territory of Dakota, with
Artlclo 4, lines 4, S. 6, and 7. strike out
th. following; words, its: "and of their nolnl-
Interference with the cersons and nronertv
of cltliens of the United States traveling
Attest: J. W. FoRBir,
And whereas artlclo seventh of said treaty
provides that any amendment or modifica
tion of lt by the Senate of the United Statu
ihall bo considered final and binding upon
the said band of Indians, represented tn
council, as a part of the treaty, tn the samo
manner as if It had been subsequently pre
sented and agreed to by the ohtefs and head
men of said band:
Now, therefore, be It known that I, Ab-
ttnBW Jorbsob, President of the UntUd
States of America, do, In purtoanco of the
advice and conient of the Senate, aa ex
pressed In Its resolution of the fifth of
March, one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-six, accept, ratify, and confirm the
said treaty, with tho amendment as afore'
In testimony whereof, I hare signed tho
same with my hand and have caused the seal
of the United States to bo hereto affixed.
Don. at tho city of Washington, this sev
enteenth day of Maroh, tn tho year
of our Lord one thousand olgbt
l. s. hundred and slxty-slx, and of the
Independence of the United States of
Amerfca the ninetieth.
By the President:
William H. Seward,
Secretary of State.
AVASHiiraTOit and QiobsktOsT it Railroad.
Tho annaal rtportoftbo Waihlngtonand Oooriro
town Ballroad Company for tbo yoar I8W haa
boa a tabmlttad to tho board of director! br Qoo.
B. Oldeon,cao. , prtnldtat of tbo road. Tbo r-
eaipta for tbo air moot ha ondlog Pcembor31,
1SU, war .10 pr coat. Uaa than darlaf tho cor
roaDondlneT twrlod in 1844.
Tbo folLQwlns itataraant abowa tbo working
operation a of too road during tbo paat yean
namborof paaaengeraearrlad daring tho year.
7,071,411 ; do. tranafara during tho yoar. 1,940,467)
do. tranafara per day, 0 317; do. running daya,
3U; Tarig number of cara ma per day. 67;
noaaber of trlpa ran by all the cara par day, 030;
Trage number of trlpa run by each ear per day,
14; number of trlpa run by all tara during tbo
year 331,600; araraga number of trlpa by each
car durlag tho year, 0,817; do. paaaengera car
ried by each car per day, 363; do. paaaengora
carried by all cara perday,20,778;do paieengere
carried by each car per trip, 10; number of mllee
ma by all rare per oar, 3 1)4; do. run by All tbo
cara during the year, 1,130,010; average number
of rallea run by each car per day, olU.
Dy tho foregoing statement It will bo seen
that dnrinfftbo Tear wo have tuned 1.&40.&U7
transfer tickets, being an average of 0,318 per
aeiy, oowiDg ioai we nave, eacn amy aunog iqo
year, given a aecona nae vo over o.uuu persona,
wltbont roeelvlnir anr additional war therefor.
Thla la a keirr burden, and oora la tbo only road
In tbo United Statea that la compelled to convey
tiseDffera over two distinct roada for ono fare.
When horse railroads were Dr.t started tbo
low faro waa predicated upon tho then price of
all articles used In tbo business; but during tho
last four Tears the Price ofeverrthlnr whleb
tera Into tbo workings of a bore railroad baa
more than doubled, while tbo fare, up to tbo 1st
oi Apm iai, reraaineu tne same.
"Aside from tho drawbacka above referred Io.
tho Interests of tbo company art In a satisfactory
condition. Tbo lines of road are wall atocked and
equipped. The company own eighteen miles of
iraca ana eigoiyeigat cara, employing a large
number of men. and renulrlnir the nae of nearlr
six hundred bones la tbe daily business of the
"The depots, stables, shops. &,. ie, . are ex
tensive and well adapted to tbe purposes fr
which they are nsod."
Tbo financial condition of tbo road Is ahown
ty tn following statement or loo treasurer,
William G. Oreealeaf. Esn . for the year 1SM i
Kecelred from passenger 9131,231 81
Kecelved from other sources.,,. 3,3s7 2d
Received from bills payable, (real es
From whlcb haa been paid
for transportation J3I,671 93
Forlnsuranco 2,733 00
Tickets 333 43
IO, 277 20
Interests on funded debt...
flovcrnment and other taxes
Real estate ...
Loeta doe January 1, 180Oe .
Balaac 13,02l 97
Whlcb balance will bo absorbed In the cayman t
of outstanding bins aue on tne tst January, ibdo,
BOARDINO. TWO GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated with a KOOM f nd UOAUD
at 497 juarjiana avenae, ocat-u
WANTED A SMALL FURNISHED
HOU8E,aIx to eight rootns.ln tbo vicinity
f If I nth street, and not too far from rennsylva
la aveane. Address S .Natiojul Uxfcblicak
I UPWARD LYCETT,
J B00S-B1NDXR AND l'APSB-BULKR,
No 271 Pennsylvanlaavenue, between Tenth and
iiBia iroeis. soutn Blue.
Booke elegantly or plainly bouud. Period
Uale and Newspapers carefully attended to.
TITIlAPPINa PAPER I0R BALE AT
IT tbe ease of tbo. If Axiogf l EsrcaiuAB.
GRO VER'B THIAIK1,
Peaaiylvaala avsaae, near TriUeria' Hotel.
CBAHOI Of TIKI.
Ope. al 7 FerformaaM al 8 o'eloek
BUUaHTIOff or Till FORMER POPULAR
, t PRICIS or ADMISSION,
With ao extra charge for seearlag eeats la ad-
,. vaaee. j
OaUeir... u ets.
DroaeClrtle vt i... Toots.
Jeraaitt. , , ,.
Orchestra Chairs $1 00
Private Boies, hoMlig 0 rwrsoas aa.00
Bex OOee epea from , o'clock a. m. to i B. a.
Of IM OtlM 0ll RnaAtAHl.. rWu.. I. Vt.a
Jbl.-tllld Ibe SKA or ICC; or, A THIRST
vauvuviitfpiM WHO HMI 01 IBC Mtll
lUrtllax and Hovel Katara.rradiieel with Haw
aia Hatalleeat Seeoery, by 8lro.fi Woaderral
IlMbaaleal Uru,liy Kelly aad Orou ; Saperb
Casta ii, by Mrs. EadUtle Hew Properties aad
Appolatneats.bT 0. a roiteri and all Ih nrll.
aal Koste aad Chorases, under the dlreetloa of
Hr. Weber. The Qraod Call of Ch raelirs Is
oae of the very bee: ever salee'ed for Ibe same
Ileee la America, ealllag Into riqaliltloa the
atlre Slneilh of the Oreal Coaspaay, Io which
has bun added, a Leading Lady, tho Beantlfol
and aeeonpllibed roaogAuerlcaa Attrn,MR8.
Aunaj r&mtit mbsl-tl
(Corner of Eleventh sod 0 Uresis.)
POSITIVELY rOR"six HIOnTS OKLT.
IIADAUI nillONI AHD SIONOR SUSIMI'S
, ORAHD ITALIAN OPERA.
DIRECTOR MAX HTRAK08CII.
Mr. STRAKOSCH aaeooneee with rnneh plena
are that he baa eaeeeeded In eagaitaf a com
plete aad eflleliat
ITALIAR OriRA COMPANY,
Irabraclng eomeof the moat emlaenl aad favora
bly known artliti la America, aad a complete
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA,
With whom he wlllclvela WaiLleitoa
SIX DIrTKRK.T ORAND OPERAS,
MOnuAT EVENING, APRIL , ISM,
Which wilt bo produced In a ityle uarlvalled by
aay other management.
The following eminent artiste (alt of whom
having performed thtc winter for forty eonieeo
live Oraed Opera Nls-bti at the new Opera Ilooie,
Hew Orleaai, with tbe raoit uapreeedeated soe
ceil,) conitltote the
OUIO.il AND SUSINI OPERA COMPANY I
M'ME AN010LINA OUIONI,
The great Dramatle Prima Donna.
M'LLE PAULINE CANI88A,
Tbe young aad highly talented Prima Donna
M'ME A1IALIA PATT1 8TRAC08CH,
The famons and popnlar Prima Donna Contralto.
Prlmt Tenorl, Sla. MACAFERRI, Slg. ERRANI.
Prlml Barlunl, Slg MANCD8I, 8I(.HAKBA.
Prlmo Banl,Slg. AUQUHTINO SUSINI.
U'me PAROZZI, Slgaora ZAPUZII, Sccoad
Simon XIHENES and DILLt. SVond Tenors.
Sliuorc LOCATELLI sad MASSIO, Beeond
Conductor Elinor TRAHCISCO ROSA
Lender Mr. r.ZITTERBART
bilge Maaager Blgoor OKILLO
Coitamer....H S gaor SANTELIA
Tbe entire new and eoitly wardrobe has been
purchased -by the Director in Paris.
The following operas will be peforroed
and with a cast of great strength t
NORMA, 1LBARBIEREBI SSVIOLIA.LATRA.
VIATA, LUrREZIA BOROIA. LUCIA
DI LAMUERMOOK, IL TRO-
BCALL or PRICES!
Private Boxes, containing four leatl 10
Orchestra and B&leony Chairs 3
Dress Circle aad Parquett. 1
Iteoerved Seats la Dreaa Circle. ...CO eeats extra
The sale or seats aad tickets wilt commence ra
THUU8UAT, AprllS.it 10 a. m.,at Melierotl's
Music Store, and will bo eoaducted as followi i
Thursdsy aad Friday, April 0 and 8; tleksts for
the entire seaioa of six nights, or three allernnte
nights, commencing with either the urat or sec
ond nights, will be sold exclusively; tickets for
single nights msy be obtained on aad after Sat
urday, April 7.
Doors open at 7. Opera commend at 8.
TUPEHDOUS CONSOLIDATION ! !
TWO SirABATK AMD DISTIKCT SXUIBI'
TIOK8 IN THE 8AUE TENT 1
DAN RICES CIRCUS AND MENAGERIE
Will eiblblt la V7ashlatOB ONE WEEK, com-
UONDAT, Al'HIL 1.
IVEBT AFTERKOOH AT 1 O'CLOCK.
EYERV IVE.ima AT O'CLOCK.
LOCATION FOOT OF SIXTH STREET, NEAR
ADMISSION TO BOTH SnOWS oOcsnli,
Cblldrsa undsr 10 jssrs of age 2d cent.
The Meaageris will be eahlhtted first; after
which will b. aa latermliilon of fiftien nlnotsi.
giving those a chaace to retlrewho do not deilra
to wltneia loo periormanees oi me Arena.
DAN RICE will poiltlrelr eppear la each Ex
Flrit,as Lecturer la the Stiaagerle.
Secoed,ae Clown and Jeiter (for the Orit time
la laanj reari) la tbe Clroui.
TIIK MONSTER ELEPHANT ROMEO,
Positively tbe Largeit Elepbaat ever Imported
to iniecounirj. logimer wun la. largeii oi'
lectloo of Llvla.' Animals.
BINO TRICK AND l'EKFOIUIINa HORSES,
rONIES, AND MULES,
with tbe wonderful
BLIND TALKINQ HORSE, EXCELSIOR, JR.,
wilt Do introduced at eicu ana ersrj perioriu
Remember the two separate Bliows to be lien
for one price of admliiloo, or either eeparate for
tne lame price.
TBE OOKOEOUS PKOCEKMON
will take place MONDAY UORNINO, APRIL Z.
about 10 a. m. rob27.tr
322 F Bt.fcetrecalOth h 11th BU.
Jltiibtnt JEIaragtr . . JHri-Jporgan.
Vw and Choice BtyUs,
For Yoloi, Dreuei, Collars & Cuffi,
Cloaks, Cvablona, Smoktnjr Cape,
and Slipper, (toolmdiag Afaaoaio
xmuemaj in great ranety,
COATEV AND OTHER COTTONS,
Silks (Sawlag aad Kuwrotderj).
Mohair, Bralda, Noodles, Sto.
UJLm sm Mp.4fUly latIM H Mil h4 suhbIm
evp ,.. atel ( suenmsl W ejrlaf Ual MeMl
UN wtwAilgea, mtuUnm Ae tost. tir op .
Wsm aiSBBptBB.ab.l f adlBlJm mUlBBJ ta
' nwiwjiuaiB, vuj(sjnBf
riHIE AMERICAN BUREAU OF MINES,
NO. M BROADWAT, NEW YORK.
Mines, mlaersl leads sad ores exsmlned and
reported upon. Competent engineers furnlsbsd
to Mining Companies.
Consultations affordsd on all tnlalng, mstil
larglcal and cbsmlcal quectloae at tbe ofllce of
0 10. D. U. aiLLESPIE, Proldenl.
DRAKE PR KAY, becrelirv. uiliU-SlM
jLtJirrxdrim f ,im.
NOTICE. THB MANURH OF CINTRB
Market vrlll to sold to Ike kit he.1 bidder,
for cub, 8ATDEDAT, Mareh SI, at 11 m., for the
qaarter eadlag Jaae 90th. Tho Ulnars will be
raked la aeaoe tat removal, aid tnnat h m-
moved dally by purchaser aadir forfaltnre of
parvoH-nioa7. UBJ1KX tilLKS,
mhn-Steod Clerk Cealre Market.
g A L E OF MA NUKE-.
QCAETBEBASTEB OlIBBAL'l OfnOI,
VVABBIBOTOB.D.fl.Fltirair! HUM I
Will be sold al the Cavalry Depot. Oleiboro',
P. p.. a larf a quantity of stock-yard MAHDRt,
which will be delivered to portbasere on the
I round, or la bartet or boate to be provided by
laem, ai roriy (ioj eeau per cable yard. Two or
more boats (aeecrdlag to else) eaa be loaded per
TermnCaih, la Ooreraroeat fnaia.
uy oraer 01 IBS Maanermailer ueneral.
. 'AMIS A. gKIH,
Brevet Britadlar Oeaeral, la eharie Nnt Dull
loa Q. M. 0. O. fsUdlaSt
AUCTION SALE OF UNITED STATES
MILITARY RAILBOAD MATERIAL.
UiITIDBTATIB lllLltlU RllllnlM 1
OrriCBOr AssiflTARTQrARTSaMlSTSB, V
Wasbisotoi, D. C, Marsh 14, 1M.
--- -v. ....... .,. v., AUAA,1-
DRt A, VA oa TUESDAY, April 10, KM,
uni-ciui MomQiiTi cfliines, a icei B
Inch gang I cylinders, liitlj wslght,i
4 Passenger Cars.
to Box rrslghtCsrs.
5 Stock Cars
4 Platform Cars.
SO 8mall Track Cars.
St Trucks for Freight Cars.
IS pairs Wheels oa axles.
5 Steam Pamplag Englaee,
1 8tatloaary Eaglae.
IS Headsrsoa pumps.
SXM Ions Second-hand Railroad Iron (good )
A large qaaatlty of Frogs, Halls, Switch I'll
toree,Car Coupllfgc, Bar Iron, Bprlegc, Nats,
Chain, Maals, Axes, Picks, Btovss, Fllsi, Sperm
SO Bulldlags, from 10x11 to SOOxW feet.
Lot of Oalee rornlture.
Contents of Printing once.
A largo qaaallty of now Shelf Hardware.
1 Herring Bafs.
i e-t.u. -.. j r aw i-.i. n
. V..WH V.f , 1 l.vt O'IBVH gkag. lIBllf
lalabsd aad furalihed with black walaul.
Miiuwvu wim fnii piuiaj ooueie irucni, who
broad tread wheel!.
Bale to commence at tea a. u.
U. L. R0BIN80N,
mbU-thsatal It Brt Brig. Osn., A. Q. M.
SALE OP GOVERNMENT COAL AT
Chief QiTAETiBNArria. Offioi,
bipot or WAtmnnTOir.
WAIaTIaTtaTAW. D fl. . UlMh 10 1rA
AbOQt HTin tboaiUtl (7.0001 tost at Govern,
on oand t Altxandii. V., U offrd for m1 tl
Igbt (8) doliir Mr too. in ia.ntlti.t or lot Utt
than od (1) ton. io bo dtllTirtd to porebuort at
tho GoYornmoot Coal Tard.
raymont to b made U QoTornntnt fanda on
tb dollTtry of tbo eoat.
IroBa wUblay parehaao ibould applr to
Brovet Heot, Cot. J. O. C. LK. A.Q. M. , at Sixth
. . D- n- KDCKIB,
DrTtt MaJ. Can. and CMUQaartarmMtar,
ul9-dUpS Davotot Waablaston.
OALB OV GOVERNMENT AMBU.
LACtS.CAUTS.AND AKUT VTAQONB.
Csiir QrjiiTtBMAsTxa'a Orrioi,
avtirwi-ur T ASBlHtJTOdla
WABaVlnaTOaT. D 0. Uarch tS IBM
Will be sold atnnblla eiidtlAii. ( MnsnU
Dot, Washington, D. D, under tbo direction of
" vfoioDtjt u. ii. lonpams. uaarterinaster,
on UONDAT. Anrll fi. lfUirt. at 10 a .iassv .
ik. mi-i'.-::.t.7j L". " -:a-- r
.-- iviivnii-uiiaiiV.iii Movernmvat iTopenr,
vllt r "
100 to 200 Llgbt imbnlances,
300 to fiOO ArrriT Wairnsa.
wbleh will bo sold singly, and must be removed
Within flv dars from data at sale.
In addition to tba above, tb.re will bo sold, at
eav eiBlIll (1AA1V KDa piMC
IW JIiDOrit tjaria.
The sale will be contlnned from ! tn iv
mill .11 It. e....l. I. ..II '
.. sa. .as I'BVfStllJ IB BUIUi
Awtuini btio, ia uovernmeat ranoa.
D. H. RUCKS,
Brer. MaJ, Om. and ChterQuartermaster,
mMiVlet Dapot of Washington.
AUCTION B4LE OF HOSPITAL STORES, WHIS
VT ASBIBiwob, D. 0., Marsh It, IMS. 1
Wilt be sold, at enhlle anctlnn. ! thla nllv l
tbe JUDICIARY SQUARE WAREHOUSE, back of
lbs Cllr Hall, oa WEDNESDAY, the 18th dav of
April aext, at 10 o'clock a. m., tbe followleg ar
tlclee of Hospital 8toree and Liquors, ao longer
required for the nssof the medical departmeat of
Arrow faoot, 10,000 lbs. j Dsrlsr, 10,000 lbs.
Oora Starch, 10,000 lbs. ; Coeoa aad Chocolate,
Claaamoo, powdered, 1,000 Ibe. ; Farlaa, 20,000
Taploeo, 10.000 lba.;Eit of Beef, 20,000 lbi.
Coaceat'd Milk, 20,000 lbs ; dinger, 1,353 111.
Extract of Coffee, 3,702 galls. ; Deaas, 600 lbs.
Pea Beans, 2,800 lbs. ; Deie. Potato.!, 100 lbi.
Mind Due. l'otitoei, 103 lbi. j Wblikr, quart
Wblikj In bbli , gllloni 3,900 ; Shsrrv Wine,
Sherry wine la bbla, GO: Jarragona Wine, In
The above articles will be eold lu lots to suit
both large and small purchassrs.
rivo (3) di ji will be allowed to parties la re-
moving tbetr property,
Calalogoee ready by the fith prox.
Surgeon aad Porveyor, U. S. A.
C. W. BOTELER, Jr.,
SALE OF GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS,
STABLES, FENCING, WHARVES, Ac, AT
OIESUOUO', D. C.
WAsimaTOir. o, C. rebrnarr 37. 1866.
Br order of the Qaartermister Qenersl. there
wlllbe sold on tfao premise, at public anct on,
under tbo direction of Cap'ala George F. lfrdwn
Ing, A. Q. M., commencing on UONDAT, April
3, ItrOS, at 10 oclock. a in. , and continuing from
the same hour each day tbereafter,exeept WED
NBSDAY and THURSDAY, April 4 aad 6, on
wbleh days the Mill aad Water Works will bo
eold.) oottl the whole shall bare been disposed
of, tho followlog.descrlbed public property, to
Eleven (11) OFFICES, (frame;) &8xl40 (two
atorlea.) 16x20, 18x33, two 20x20 (two atorles,)
16x18, (kitchen adjoining 10x16,) 12x32, lQxltt.
two 26x26, and 28x73.
Elghtynlno (801 LABORERS' QDARTIR4,
(frame;) 6eventyfonr 16x18, fourteen 12xH,
and ono 16x16, with abed adjoining, 8x11,
Ten (10) DWELLINGS, (frame) 28x50 (two
stories, with back bnlldlnga, 12xd2,) four 10s
21, UxlO, 16x32. 16x28 (with wing 16x17 and two
kltcbensadJolnlng,9xl2 and 10x10,) 16x20 (with
wing 10x14.) 24x24 (with shod adjolalng, 16x40 )
Nine (9) MESS HOUSES, (frame;) 2fixl80 (two
stories,) .8x60 (with wlog 16x20.) 23x140 (two
stories,) 28x130 (with additions, 10x12.) 28x140,
28x00 (two stories,) 16x00, 16x34, aad 28x40.
Thirty-two (32) STABLKH, (frame;) Twenty,
four 28x432, six 28xS36, ono lax32, and ono 13x
29 (with abed adjoining, 14x30.)
One (1) HOSPITAL 8TABLE, (frame,) with
0,270 lineal feet of atabllog.
One (1) 1BSUIN0 STABLE, (frame,) with fl,31J
lineal feet of atabllog.
Twenty (20) BUILDINGS, (frame,) 28x32,
2SxM, 18x32, 18x31, 13x63, 10x16, foar 16x30, four
9x22, 231432, 23x140, 21x48, 28x3U, 20x23, and
BIIEDD1NO, 7,758 lineal feel.
Thirty-two (32) WATER TANKS, 3x16, two
feet deep, e
Seventy.elgbt (78) UANQEBS, 3x16, three
andabalf feet deep.
Twenty (20) ODT-HOUfiES.
One HAY SUED. 112x312.
Oae (1) OUAIN HOUSE, (frame,) 36x220.
Three (3) WUARVE8,ooe 40,181 aqnare feet,
one 11,160 aqnare feet, and one 2, 880 aauare feet,
VENCINO, 23,950 Masai feet.
One (1) 8TOUB1IOU8E, (frame,) 32x130 feet.
Two (2) BLACKSMITHS SUOl'd, (frame.)
48x160, and 63x160.
One (1) ENGINE HOUSE. 17x31
The buildings wlllbe sold singly, aad must
be removed within fifteen daya.
Tho bolldlnga wlllbe taken down at tbe ex
pause of purchasers i bnt tbe lumber will, If de
sired, be delivered by tie Government, free of
charge for transportation, on tbe depot wharf.
Terms j Cash, la Government funds.
A boat for Olesboro' will leave the Sixth-street
wharf every hour dnrlng tbe day of eale.
For further Information apply In person or by
letter to Captain GEO. T. BROWNING, A. Q. M ,
aiesboro1. D, 0. . or to thla oOee.
JAMES A. EKIN,
Brer, Brir. Oen. ,tn chare
SALE OF GOVERNMENT PAVINO
STONES. Caisr Qciarsailnsa's Ornra, 1
Defot or Wacbibotob, S
WAaBrB.roB,D.C., March so, IMS. )
Will be sold at public aaelloa, althepolata
dMlgaaledolow, aadsr tbe dlreetloa of Brevet
Llint. Col. Jsmee M. Moore, A a M oa
WEDNESDAY, April 4,lM,at 11 o'clock, M.,
the following. aimed lota of aoverameal raving
ON r.BETWEEN TWENTIETH AND TWENTY-
FIRST STREETS, SQUARE 103,
Oae Lot of about lfio carts loads.
ON I, BETWEEN TWENTIETH AND TWENTY.
FIRST STREETS, SQUARE 104,
Oae Lot of about U carl loads.
ON E, BETWEEN TWENTY-FIRST AND
Tirsnri-BKuaD street, SQUARE 81,
Oae Lot of about II cart loads.
The propsrtr will he sold to the Mibeit bidder.
and must be lemoved within ten daya from date
Terms i Cash, la Oovsrnmsnt feads
D. 11. kUCKER,
Brsvet MaJ. Oen. aad Chief Qoemrmaiter,
mhSO-ot Depot of Waihlagloe.
CALK UF QOVERNMKNT BUILDINU9
KJ ATUIUP rAROLK, XZkH AltltAPOLIfJ,
HtADa'ai DiriaTmitT or WiMijmTOjr,
OFFICI CHI1F QCARTlRWArriR
" aMDIKUIUiliay. l. dBiri;H atO, 10O9, 1
XVI It (.aaaM aatlaau-l... .I..LIU...11..
a w arvau.iina (as SICBMtsinaj, eat ffUUllBJ UtltOB,
oa MONDAT, the 2d day of April, ISM, al 11
o'clock u., the followlag public Buildings, at
Camp Parole, near Annapolis, Md. t
I una Barrsca, Burgeons' quarters, 73X30feet.
7) Bersa Barracks, for wards, looiu feel.
tl Oae Kitchen aad Dlalaa.room. flOixS feaL
11 Two Dirndl for Stewards, die, 13x18 feet.
Ill Oae Wash-hoass, MxU fast.
(11 Three Sleks, lort fsel.
M) Oae Ice.houie. 20x20 fest.
The buildings will be lold singly, aad pur
chsierawlll be allowed fifteen diva to remove
A military guard will remain In charge of the
properly tin deri after tbe salt . If destrtd.
Tsrmst Caihiaaovsramsat fundi.
M. I LCDIHOTON,
Colonil and Chief Qoartermaitar,
mbM st Depot of Washington.
SALE OF A STEAM ORIS! MILL)
CAVALRY DEroT, QIISDORO, D.C.
uraarssBASTia umn.L's Orrici,
WllHTBOTOS. D C. F.h 91. IBhO
Bvordarofth Onart.rm.al.r n.,,l (h.,i
Will be Bold, OB tbe premlies, at public anctloo,
uader the dlreetloa of Ciptaln George T. Browo.
leg, A. 0. M., oa WEDNESDAY, April 4, IS66, at
12 o'clock m , tbe following. ducrlbid public
proper! v, to wit l
ONE (1) STEAH OEINDINQ AND FEED MILL,
(i'.u., who nviiTi graan. louauaiioas,! so 07
SO feet, with eoal, bay.aad engine houiei at
tached, all comtructod of tbe very beet material,
aad la the moit inbstastlal maansr.
Also, at the same time aad place, tbe ma.
ebleery end appliances of the mill, eoailitlnr of
ONE (1) EN0INE,OF 100IIOK8E TOWER,
with evllndsr of twsnty.lwo (11) Insbss dlame.
tsr and twenty-four (111 Inches stroks, let upon
a heavy eait-lroa bed.plate, with eold and hot
water pumps uod beater, with a cait.tron Sy
wheel, with drlrlag polity of tbe lame raatsrlal,
tsa(10)feet la diameter aad Iwenly-four (II)
Inches face, with Judion's palsat govsraor.
TWO (2) BOILEUS OF M-110R8B POWER EACH
made of tbe beit boiler Iroa, ova sIzteeathB
I3'16) of aa lach In tblckneii, Ive (3) feet la
dlsmster, sod fourteen (If) feet five (3) lncbcsln
length t each boiler fleveBlvilKr7611aDwelded
buss, each three (3) and on foarth fa) laches la
ui.iu.t.r, wiiu ii ,n. reqai.il. appendage..
TEN (10) PAIRS OF RIED'S PATENT BUCK.
.u,.a. lumii iii.ii&9 Dninu nikM,
ceaitracted of solid Freoch burr mlllitone, and
set la beavr. well. balanced frames, with hav
catteri, elevators, and eonvsyors sufficient to cut
ana ssnuie me nay, grain, and prepared lead oa
tbe molt eeonomlcal aad labor'sarlng plan.
Tbe abafllng Is of Snlihed wrought Iron, and
tbe pulteyB of eaitlron, faced and balaeced.wtlh
baaaere aad boxes, infflcieat to drlt. t.a flo)
pilr. of burrs, Ac. Tbe mala driving-belt li of
loar ij piy ruooer, nao iwsniy.Itfnr IHI mcnei
wide. The belu for driving the mllli, As, are
01 ins oen oaaianncd, patent itretcneo leatacr.
Tbe Engine, Boilers, Machinery, aad Flxtares
of every deicrlptloa, are of tbe very belt mate
rials aad workmaaihlp. nnd still In excellent
condition aad dee worklag order, the milt bar
tee beeB la opsratloa ooly about fllteea raooths.
If deemed advisable bv the aaent of the Gov
ernment, on tbe day of lale, ths buildings Will bs
Tsrms 1 Cash. In GOTernmsnt fnada.
Purchassrs will be required to remove Ihetr
property before the flnt (lit) dav of Mav next.
unlsis othsrwlss arrangsd with thsownsrof ths
A boat for Olssboro' will leave Ibe Sixth strssl
wharf every hour durlag tbe day or ssls.
Any further Information that may be deslrsd
will be given upoa application, lu person or by
letter, to Captala George T. Browalng, A.Q.M,
Oleaboro', or to this offlcs.
JAMES A. EKIN,
Bit. Brig. Osb. ,1a charge 1st Dlv. a M. 0. 0.
DALE OF STKAM UOILKIt, FOltCH
K- I'UMrS, WATER PIPE, riBEPLiOS,:c.l
cox FB ism a
THE WATZR.WOHK8 AT GIESBORO, D. C.
QOAnTiixASTia GiaiaiL'a Office,
UTl.ellaiiiejni, f f V.t. ll 1 fiiul
By order of the Quartermaster General, tbere
win do sold, on tno premises, at pobiie auction,
nnder tbe direction of Cantata Geor.raT'. Brown
lng. A.Q. M..onTaUKBbAT,Aprir3,1866,atl'2
o cioce m. , me loaowmg-aescnoed pnone prop
ertr. to wit!
ONE BTEAU BOILER, 30 feet long and 3 feet
in ammeter, iwun two 12 men return noss.j
madeof tncb boiler Iron, with all the necea
aary appurtenances, Including cast-Iron front,
gnage cocks, globe ralvea,feed pump, smoke
stack and bood.steamguage.fAabcrort'spatent,)
f rate bars, pipe, plugs, reducing plecea, Ac, all
TWO WURTU1NGTON STEAM FORCE PUMPS.
No. 6,18-leeh cyllodar, Slnch stroke, U-horie
power eacn, ana eacn capanie or pumping ana
forcing 100 000 gallons of water per day. Con
nected with them are tbe requisite valves,
glands, couplings, benda, elbows, double-valve
oil caps, tie. These Pumps are comparatively
hvw.bbbu ib t;tjuipiBjitj voriioK oraor.
A large quantity of WATER PIPE, aa follow j
o,iBd isot Qaiosn casiiroa aisr rip.
800 " 2.lnchwronght-lron "
W4 " lU-lDch cast-iron "
2,000 lU.lnch '
fi.ooo m n.ineh " "
THIRTY-ONE CAST-IRON FIRE TLUGS,
(Ayrea patent,) with all tbe necessary connec
tions, anch aa T'a bends, atop-cocks, elbows,
four-way pleoea, xe. , all la excellent condition ;
ALL THE TOOLS, Ac, required for making al
teratloos and repalra In water pipe, such as
plpe-cnttlng machines, taps and dies, plyers,
crabs, drills, punches, caulking tools, Ac.
Terms t Cash, la Government fanda.
Deliveries will be made to purchasers oa or
before the first (1st) day of May oext.
A boat for Olesboro will leave the Sixth-street
wharf every boor during tbe day of sale.
Anr further Information that mar be desired
will be given upon application, In peraonor by
itmer, to uspiain ueorg i. Drowning, arM. ju,
Olesboro. D. C, or at thla ofleo.
JAMES A. EKIN,
Brevet Brig. Gen. , In charge
fe27-ts First Division. Q M. 0. 0.
LADIES' AND GENTLSUEIf'8
DINING AND ICE CREAM SALOONS,
131 WEST BALTIMORE STREET.
Are th most comfortable la th eltr.
Ladlea or families ehopplng or walking will
find these saloons very convenient, where every
thing, from a simple Inncb to a first-class dinner,
may be obtained.
Breakfast, Dinner, and 8upper are promptly
nerved In th best style, the bill of fare always
embracing the most choice dishes.
Ice Creams, Water Icea, Cakea, etc., of the best
quality aad superior flavor at moderate rates.
Weddings and other assemblies supplied with
?rj requisite t toe suoriaii nonce.
From long experience la tbe business tbe pro
prleeflr guarantees satisfaction to all patrons.
824 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Between Ninth and Tenth streets, (np stalra.)
Th proprietor of thla favorite KevUurautha
spared no patna to make thla th best Keataoraat
la Washington: and he points with pleasure to
the large patronage he baa alwaya been honored
with, aad respectfully solicits a eoatlnuaace of
GAME. OYSTERS, and other rer-eihmaDts sob.
atantly oa hand, and at the most reasonable
prepared at th shortest aotlse aad la th meet
satis factory maaaer.
Breakfast from 8 tollo'olock, Dinner aad
sapper ai an aoarr, piayB-ti
OW HIS SUCCEEDED.
IT TH IsiKS OV OatX HALL.
Tbere te a doctor la our Iowa,
A man. of praetlee aad reaowa !
He makee baadseme laeosse elear,
Aad laya bv tuoaey every year.
New, whoa he etarted oal Ib yoatb,
He had bat little eaih la Iralh I
But still he'd try ble best to do,
Aad make a name aad noaey loo.
He attended leetares, studied bard,
Aad very qalrkly pened tbe boerJ I
He opened oOee, baag oat alga,
Bat toeay patleata eoald not fled.
Each day be est, with saddsasd face,
For poverty came ob apaoe J
At last a frlsad gave blm advice
Which cbanged ble forlaae la a trtee.
Now patleata docked' from far aad Bear,
And kept blm buay alt tbe year;
Men aad women, all deslars,
No dostor cm with blm compare.
Tbe sscrst of bis grsat sseeeu,
I '11 Isll you If yon caaaol gasii ;
The eame advice will belp you all,
He got a anil from SMITH'S OAK HALL.
SMITH BROS. it. CO.,
abd paalxaa ra
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
4M Esveath strssl.
Just received, the Isrgest and least stock of
PIECE GOODS svsr offsred la Ibe elty of Wash,
lagtoa. Uavlaf secared Ibe bast arttsts la tbe
city, we are prepared to make op la the Flaeit
Style, and at lower prlcee tbaa aay other eitab
llihtnent. 8., B. M CO.
tiAW A.013N 01J2M.
T AW OPFIOE.
JSBSBIAB S. Blaob,
BLACK, LAMON & CO.,
CODBSBLLOBB ABD ATTOBBBTB AT LAW
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED
THE COURTOF CLAIMS,
THE COURTS OF THE DISTRICT,
THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND
COMMITTEES OF OONGRESS.
OFFICE, alts FOURTEENTH STREET,
dslt-lf Directly Opposite Wlllirdi' Hotel.
TiriLITART AND NAVAL CLAIM
C. S. BUNDY A CO.,
Ho Peaaiylvaala avsaas, (oppoelts Wlllsrd's
WASHINOTON, D. C.
J. D. RsTBSBT, Esq. , 133 Nassau It. , N. Y.
Dooox, Cobstocb dt Baowa, N. Y.,
I 0BB B. WBBBLBB. WILLIAM B. BBTABT.
JOHN B. WHEELER At CO.,
Real Estate Broken aod Attorney! for Claims
ralnillhe United Stales. Office SOU Bevealh
triet, betweea D and E etreeti, ncond story, P.
0. box, 821, Waahlneton, D. C. Cllr Property,
aad Marylaadaad Vlrglala Farms booght aad
sold oa cemmliil.B. Reference! 1 Richard Wal
Iseh, Esq , Mayor of Washington ( Oso. A. Basset!,
Esq ,Clerk Com. Ways aad Manna, Uoaie of Rep.
Win. U. West, Esq., Chief Clerk Treaa. Dipt. J
Msssrs. Perry At Bro. , laersbaata. oe9-tf
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
OBceoathe aortheast corner of F aad Flfteeata
afreets, opposite the east entrance of
the Treasury Bnlldlag,
Atteada especially to si alms npoa the Catted
DtEtieji. It -
(Late Solicitor of the Ofle of the Auditor of th
ireasnry lor to cost vuci cfjnniiifu
ATTORNEY AT-L AW AND SOLICITOR OF
Oflae,4T6 Seventh strssl,
OppoalU th Post OBe Department.
Will praetlee la th Courts ef tbe District of Co
lumbia, tb Court of Claims, and th Supreme
Conrt of the United Statea, and will give prompt
attention to the proaecntlon of claims aad the
adjustment of accounts la all the Departmeata of
O0ee,476 Seventh street, opposite Post Oflce
N. H. MILLER,
JUSTICX OF TBI FEACI,
OTFICX, HO. SU NINTH 8TBEXT WI6T,
Ifesr Psansylvsala avsans,
Wonld rsapectrallr Inform ble friends aad tbe
f labile generally tbat be le aosr attending to all
egal baataeai, such ae adralalitiiiag the Ala
aeitr, aa well aa all other oatbB, Drawlaf
Leaiaa, Diedl, Willi, Power of Attoraey, Laad
lord and Tenant Notleee, ae . Ae.
Legal ad vlee (Irea la all It. braaehea wllhoal
4V Partlealar atteatloa paid to the cotleetloa
ef debts aad elalne la aeaeral. Iel4.tr
IXT ILLARDS1 HOTEL,
6TKI3, CHADW1CK a CO.,
CORNER PIDlt. AVI. AMD TODRTSSNTH ST.
WASUI.10TON CITT. nl7-lf
TTf7F 7 M A N n 0 U S E ,"
UBOADWAT, CORMKB 07 TWINTT-TITTB
HEW TORE CITT.
MITCHELL, READ, AND WALL,
Tbe HOrrUAN BOUSE le coadaitsd apoa ths
plan of the best Americas aad Earopsaa llolsls.
It eomblaee all the modern Improvemeate aeeei
ar to the greateit comfort of gneitB that art,
Ingsnoltr aad llberalltr eaa poiiiblf devlie aad
prodace. The bill of fare for the table embrace!
every variety aad delicacy afforded by tbe Arair
Issn marksts, la their ssasoa.
JotT4. IMA. lylt-y
GARDNER'S PIIOTOORAPniO ART
oil Seveatb strset,
ONCE 110 RB IK RDNNINQ ORDER.
The dsmsge earned by tbe lite Are haa been io
fir repaired that bailasss will be reiomed
TBIg MORNING, (WEDNE8DAT, Octobsr 41b,)
Wbsn, as formerly, tbe rale will be strictly sa
iorcsd throngnoat tbe oatabllibrjieBt,
"PRODUCE TIIK REST, HO MATTER WHAT
TBE COST IM TIMS AMD MATERIAL."
Hr. O. takss this opportanlty to thaak bis na
msroas frleads aad smtomiri for past kladaees,
and to say It shall bs his eoaitaat aim to con
tlane to merit the itrj liberal easonrsgsmsat
heretofore ealeeded to him iM4.dtr
JOnN R. KLVANB CO.,
B7 Loalilaaa aviaae aad SOdO elreel en
WASHINGTON, D. C, S
DSALBBB IB aTnV
EEG UAKDWAEE IS
CUT MAILSFlalihid, tlolUt Fsncs, S le
lid:Bol, o. 7, d.
CUT SP1KES-I to I Inches.
PRESSED AND BOAT SPIKES,
HORSE snoES, Bardaa's Ooriramiat, No. 1
tottBnrdea'e City, No, 1 tot; a aad
F. , Mo. 1 to 4 1 Male Shoee, LaSml.
BOBSE MAILS-Oriaa'a, Sto baHhaa'a,
a io iu rainaja's, ''a'ssbbbsbbb: slew
IrfBOfOB, IMlUi ''AUSnsSSBBBSBBBf irA
.. au.reiga im.
PROPOSALS FOR NORTH RIVlxtV
Tas.icar Dsriarxsrr, )
OrriCB or ScraavtsiBo abcbivbot,
Marsh 27. ltM )
Propoeata will bo received at Ihle oae.. autll
11 o'eloek ., April 12, IBM. Ir JaraisataB
North Rlvar Flaggae; for the stdewalka la freal
ef the west wleg of the Tresiary B. Ildlsg, to be
dsllvsrsdalthework,aadof th. follewiaf dl'
anraaloBS aad Bumnera,viai .
KB Steele. tfl.S la.xSfl.0 In. j BolImlbaaJ
M 8loaos,t'n: 4 la.xJ ft. 0 la., bo! leee the. S
la thick. . , .... ,
ITS Stones, ft. 0 la xlft.0 la., Bel lees, the 3
The Burfsee if Ibe flags nasi bo perfeeUy .'
of wlad, and the loollag ran with tho Issgth of
the same maeblae loollag preferred. Ae IB.
edges wilt be cat after delivery, Ibe platee muil
bo faralihed with saneleat Burgle to work per
fectly true to the above dlawuiloue, aad all wilt
bo rejected which are dlfereal la Ihle respect.
Tbe bide to bo per eoperelel foot, (rueaaurcil
whea laid,) aad Io laclude all toite of delivery,
aad alio to ipeclfy the lime la which II eaa be
delivered. . . .. ,.. .
Paymeala wlfTbe made npoa delivery, Willi 1
reearvatloa of 10 per ceal. Belli tbe whole of the
above le delivered. ..... ,.
The Departmeat roserree tbe right l reject
say or all bids If It b. deemed for the lelere.1 of .
Ibe aoverameal le do ao,aad ao bid will baeoa
sldsred Ibatdoee not conform to the reqalre.
raents of tblsadvsrtlieneat.
Propoisls to be endorsed "j-ropoiaie i.r ..ja
...rv..d addn...d to "A.B. Mallett,Actla(
oerrls'BB Arcblleet. Treaeurr Departmeat,
Waihlagtea D. C " A. B. MDLLarrr,
mhll-dld Aetlag Supervisee Archltrct.
Orrica Striaviaini AacBtvser,
March 17, 1600.
Proposals will be received al this ofde. aalU
TUESDAY, April J, lMo, forrnrnlablng aad de
livering at Treaaury Ex'eaaloa foar haadred aad
fly (4W) yarda or Small Sleee, aejer eample to
be aeea at tbe work of Treaiury Extaailoa. for
tba beddlag of a maeadamlied road. The refyeo
of paving-alone quarrlee la this neighborhood le
thought soltsble for the purpoie. Ths delivery
of the abore to eomojence at once after award,
aad Io be eomplel.d within thirty po) daye aft r
dale of award' A. B. MULLEfT,
mhg.d'spl Acting Boparvlilng Architect.
jirAYOR'S OFFICE, MARCH 26, 18e.
Proposals will bs received al Ihle office Belli
12 o'clock, m.,oa MONDAY, April 2, ISM, for
laying tbe gaa aad water eervlceplprs 00 lateral
ewere on Sixth itreit, betweea Ml.iourt avenue
nnd D Ureal north! alio, oa Second street, be
Iweea O elreel north aad L atreel north
8peclleetloos eaa b. a al the City Commie
slonsr's office, City Hall, lu accordance with the
act approved March 17. IM. ...
1 BICIIARD WALLAcn,
UNITED STATES MILITARY RAIL
ROADS. OfFH It Of AarttrTTAItT QffAKTIBXASTia,
Wasimh.sTo. D. a, March 27, I860. (
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received nstll
12 o'clock at noon, on TUESDAY, th 17th day
of April next, for 79UtoBigood4-11b RAILROAD
I BON, laid oa track coanectlag tb Norfolk and
Petersburg railroad with tb Seaboard aad
Roanoke railroad at Snffotk, V. t M
Blddara will etat the price per Uo la eaah for
thelroa theChalra.Splkea, anl T.ato bo la
70 1480-2140 toaa of good 431b. rail, la track
iilleis fpnan KlohtnnBrl. V revlaarlekBabnrff aad 10
tiraao rauroaa, ai Aqnia tntt v u -
Wharf. , .
Itlddars will aisle the rrlca ner ton In cash for
thelroi 4he Ties, Timber, Spikes, aad Chairs
to be Ineloded, ,.
Proposals should b endorsed 'Blda for Ball
road Iron," and addessed to th nnderalgned.
U i ttUDiilOUfl,
mbl7.tus6t BvU Briff. 0a. and A Q W.
ULE OF HARD BREAD.
Sealed Proposals, la dnpllcate,wlll be received
attbls offlcs, on WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS
of each week for all tb anrplua HARD BREAD
at thla Depot.
Th bread Is la boxea of fifty (30) pounds each,
and In good shipping order.
All purcnaaea will D aeuvena on ixrt. ei
transports without expense to tbe purchaser.
No proposals received for less than twenty (30)
Boxes, one tbonsaad (1,000) pounds.
Payment required on noli 6 cation of accept
aae of bid la Government fande.
Proposals should be endorsed "Proposals for
Hard Bread, " aad addressed to
dsli-tf Coloael and a 8. V.
VEWYORK AND WASHINGTON
1 8TEAM3HIP COMPART.
VIA CANAL, BETWEEN
NEW YORK, HAYrt.OWKtt. BEVEBLV, AND
UEOUQE II. STOUT.
Kgnlsr Sslllag Diys t
at 12 ra , from Ho. 63 Watsr str.it, Georgetown,
aad Pier 13 East Hirer, foot of Wall street, Hew
For freight, epply to
JOUM B. DAVIDSOH, Agent.
jvp Water street. Ueorgitowe, D. C,
M. EI.URIDUE A CO., Ageali,
Prlnce.itreet Wharf, Alex'a.
JAM1.S HAND, Agent.
117 Wall itr.it, Hew Tork.
Freight received constantly aad forwarded to
all pirn of the cooatry with dtanatch.
mM0-tf JOBN H DAVIDSON, Agsnl.
NEW Y 0 R K.
(OLD LIHE, )
HEW TORK, ALEZAHDRIA, WASBIHOTOH
AHD OEOROETOWH, D, a
BALTIMORE, REBECCA CLYDE, ABB EMPIRE,
IB COBBXSCriOB W1TB 1BLABI STSSBBBB
OEOROX U. STOUT, MAT FLOWER, AMD
Bsgalsr Silling Days TUESDAYS aad FRI
DAYS, at IS ra. , from foot Of Ulgh street, George
town, aad Pier IS, East Blvsr, (fool of wall
street,) Mew Tork.
For freight or passage apply to
C. P. HOUGHTON, Ageal,
foot of High itreet, OeorgltoWB.
U. ELDRIDOE A Co , Agsats,
Prlncs Street Wharf, Aliaaadrla,
JAMES HAND, Aglet,
117 Wall Street, Mew York.
Frslght received eomtaatly aad forwarded to
all parte of tbe cooatry with dlipatch, at loweit
Tbeootilde steimeri of thla Ilea are bow blag
pat In order for the Spring trade, aad nntll fur
ther notice onr freight will be carried by the
Bxpreii line of laland atsito.ri, with rignlailty
and dispatch. C. P. HOUGHTON, Agent.
GALE OF GOVERNMENT WOOD.
niADQtTABTiae Dir'r or Wahipotoii,
Orrici or Caiir QtTAaTxaiiAaTRa, I
oa bead la
(uorner penn. avenue and layi street.;
Wabiikutok. D. G. Uarch4.18o.
The surplus uovsrntucnt Wood oal
this city aad Alexandria la now offered for sale
In quantities from of a cord to 10 cords, to all
persona aesirma; to parcnas.
Thla wood le of food quality, thoroughly
aeaioned, and mixed In th proportions of one
third Oak and two-thirds line. The WoodTarda
are located oa Maryland avenoe.bctwcen Seventh
and Eighth streets: at Fourteenth street, near.
Lone BrldfC. la this clty at Kendall Green,
on mil north of th Ballltnor and Ohio Rail
road Depot, aad on eighth of a toil north of
the city of Alexandria, on th Was hi a f too and
Alexandria railroad, rrlo of wood at the yards
la Washington, alx dollara () per cordj at
Alexandria, Ave dollars (M per cord, and d
live red la any part of Washington at seven dol
lars (171 per cord; In Georgetown al aevea dol
lars and twenty-five eenta (17.23) per cord, and
In Alexandria at five dollars and eighty cent
Apply only at this offlc during oflce boars,
and to Brevet Major James Oleaaoa. A.Q. 1.,
at Alexandria wood -yard, from 8 o'clock, a, m ,
to lt o'clock, noon.
Terms i Cash la Govcrumsnt funds.
M. I. LDDUiaTOX
Colonel nnd Chief Qaarter master,
mhO'S-it Departmeat of Washington.
RArriNO PAPER FOR SAL? AT