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THE ftlTltfNAL IjEHGANT TmJKSDAY MORNING. APBIL 19. 1866.
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XXXtXTIl CONGnKSS-FlItST IBIIION
Washmqto, Arm. 18, 1861
TBI CATTll rLAOUI.
Tht Cht If laid before tbo Senate a commantoft
tloa from tho Chief of tho Bureau of AgrtoaKnrt,
Id response to tbo resolution of tho Statu eaneorn.
In tho rinderpest or cattle pi "jut. Laid oa tht
Ublt and ordtrtd to bo printed.
WAtBlIOTOa CAXAL TAX, ITO.
Mr.RIddltlntrodaotd s bill to authorise a special
tat for tht Improvement of tht Washington tanal.
Referred to tht Commit Ut for tht District of Co
Alio, a bill to authorise tht Corporation of Wash
ington to regulate tht width and Improve) tht avt
noes of that city. Ileferrad to tht Commltttt for
tht DUtrlct or Colombia.
officii. fat ard 8 hit it ArrontTicMTi
Mr.WUson prtitottd itTtral p.'tfons from Army
officers asking an loortato of pay whloh wire) ro
isrred to tba committee on unitary Allaire.
Mr. Sherman offf rtd a rtiolatlon reaaeitlnr tho
Prtildtnt to comraunteate to tht Senate tht report
of tbt Military Hoard which itt at St. Loots on tht
subject of brtrtt appointments In tbt regular Army
which waa adopted.
, PAT HlFAKTMMIfT Of Til XAVT.
Mr. 0 rimes, from tht Naval Commltttt, reported,
with an amendment, tht bill to provide for Iht hot
ttr organisation of tht pay department of tbt navy.
Ai rtptrttd. It li at folio wi t
Bio. h That from and afttr tht passage of thli
act, tht active Jiitof tht pay eorpi of tht ntry shall
conrlst of eighty paymasters, forty passed assistant
paymasters, and thirty assistant paymasters. Fay
musters shall bt regularly promottd and commie
stoned from passed aulitant psy masters, and pamd
aulilaat paymasters from assistant pirmutiri,
and all passed assistant paymasters aatborlttd by
this act to bo tppotnttd who bavo not beretofort
bttn appointed ana commissioned assisteni pty ;
masters, and all assistant paymasters htrtby aa
thotlted to bt appointed ihall bt itleoted from
thos who have served as acting assistant pay m us
ten for tht term of two years, and wbo wtrt tllg-U
bit to appointment In that grade when tbey wert
appointed acting ailitant pay msstcrs as aforeiald
abject, however, to each examinations ai art now
required by law, and such ai may bt titabllahtd by
tht Secretary of tht Nary.
Sec 2. That paiied aulitant paymaitera ihall
rlrt bondf for tho faithful performance of their
duties In tbt inn of fifteen thousand dollars; and
that tbtlr annul aalary ehall be, at tea, fifteen
band rtd dollars; on other duty, f on r teen hundred
dollars, on Itart or waiting orders, twelve hundred
On motion of Mr Doolltttt tht Joint rtiolntlon
making an appropriation to enable tht Preildent to
negotiate trtatlea with certain Indian tribes, wai
taken np. It appropriate! $121,923.
Mr. Bhirman waa oppoied to tht preitnt system
of making trtatlea with tbt Indiana.
Mr. MeDoogoll laid tht Indiana ihonld bt
whipped Into good behavior, and not bought. An
Indian should earn hit brtad by tbt iweat of hli
brow, aa much as any other man.
Tht Chilr announced, the morolngnour having
expired, the special order being tbt bill to amend
tbt act relating to tht hahea corpus.
By common consent, tbt ipeolal order waa laid
Mr.'MoDougall Introduced a bill to authorise tht
Prtildent to tranifer to W. P. Rogers or bit alio
elataa Goat Iiland, In tht harbor of San Francisco,
Referred to tht Commttte t on Military Affairs,
ran koilk nii naif, aoai.
Tbt eonilderatlon of tht jolot rtiolntlon waa
then proceeded with.
Conalderablt dliounton took place, participated
In by Mauri. Doollttle, Sbermin, Rami ay and
Mr. Doollttle explained that It waa Utter to
treat with tbtlndlanathantoflghttbem. It would
bt lmpoulblt to overtake them on tbt Immenit
Jilalni, and tht ooit of maintaining troopi on the
rot. tiers waa tnormoui.
Tbt Joint resolatlon having been read three tlmei,
TBS LOS 10 COBTRACTORI.
The special order, being the bill to rtlmbnrit
contractors for certain tron-olada for losses Incurred
In fulfilling their contract!, waa then taken np, the
pending queatlon being on tht amendment of Mr,
Kyt, io lniert fifteen per cent. Imtead of twelve In
the amendment of Mr. Qrlmoi.
Mr. Johnaon addre lied tht Senate In mpport of
TDARKI TO tRRRnAL BAR COCK.
On motion of Mr Hendrleki, tht further eonild
eratlon of the bill wai then postponed until to
On motion of Mr. Wilion, the Ilouie Joint rtio
lutlon to extend tht thanka of Congreaa to Major
General Win field Bcott Uanooclc, waa taken np and
DISABLED lOLMRBa' AITLCH.
On motion of Mr. Wilion, tht Joint rtiolutlon
appointing managtra foe. tbt National Aiyluin for
dlaaUed Tolonteer a olditra wai taken up and paiied.
poit orricn ArrnOFBiATioR bill.
Onmotlon of Mr. Sherman, the Poit Office Ap
propriation hill for the finoal year t.dlng June 3V,
1807, waa taken np and read, and certain amend.
menta reported by tht Commltttt wert agreed to.
Mr. Ilendenon offered an amendment, that no
moner should bt drawn from tbt Treaiury to pay
tbt laJary of anv poilmaiUr after tht adjournment
of the Senate, whose nomination baa been rejected
or not consented to by that body.
Mr. Jobnion aald that It had alwiya been the
practice of tht Government that offieen wboit ap
pointment! bavt been rejected shall be paid up to
tbt time of tht adjournment of tbt Senate.
Mr. Ilendenon said his amendment waa not In
tended to Interfert with that practice, bnt only to
prohibit tht payment of any i alary after tht ad.
Mr. Neimtth aiktd if peraons who had been re
jected could not be re-appointed and thus draw
Mr. Henderson. I do not know.
Mr. Trumbull hoped not, ai thet would make tht
amendment of no value. If the Preildent bad the
power to re-appolnt anv persona whose nomination!
had bean rejected, as soon ai wa adjourn, It ia of
no nit to pais tbt amendment. I tbink It ouebt
to bt so worded aa to put It out of tht power of
any perioni appointed witnout law to rtceivo tnt
money of tbt people.
Tho further eonilderatlon of tht bill waa then
On motion of Mr. Clarke the bill to amend tht
not relating to tht lutbeat eoryut was taken up.
A number of amendments wero made.
Mr. Edmunda offered an amendment excepting
from the provisions of tht bill acts done In Statea
reptstnted in, Congress, and whert martial law did
Mr. Edmunds said that while ht waa willing to
Eroteot all officers of tht Government who acted
oneitiy In tbt discharge of their duties, bt did
not think It Juit to txtend a complete amneity for
acts dont in tht loyal Btates, and where martial
law did not prevail, lit did not think It right
that men who had been really wronged should be
debarred from seeking redress. In tbt time of
that king who was called the first gentleman of
Europe, and who was tht wise monarch, the Brit
lib Parliament had paised a law somewhat similar
to this, but tht British courts would not execute it1
Mr. Cowan aald bo was much struck with tbt
rtmarks of tht Etnator from Vermont, (Mr. Ed
munds. Wart they to throw the mantle of obliv
ion ovtr all aots done by military officers during
tht war, when It Is well known that many of these
acta wert Instigated by private mallet? It was no
merit to bs loyal In New Hampshire or Fenniyl
vanla, where, If a man waa disloyal, ht would very
likely bars beet suspended to a lamp-pott; but In
the couth It wai an evidence of stern virtue and
faerolo courage. Does this bill exempt any military
officer, who has committed a malicious and udJu ti
llable outrage, perbapa from private animosity,
from tht consequence! to which the law would sub.
ject him? If It doer., then this Senate of the Unl
ltd States waa the very last body on earth where
mob a proposition should ht entertained. He
would like to have this bill so framtd that no Inno
cent man shou'd bt prevented from obtaining re
dress, and no officer who bad acted Impartially and
Honestly In discharge of bis duty ibouU bt ha.
raised by suits In State courts
Because a rebellion bod existed In one part of
the country, that waa no reason why military odl
oera should OTerrldt all law In anolhtr part of tbt
Mr. Clark hoped tht amendment would not bt
agreed to. It limited the provisions of the bill to
those Btates whert the Aaita$ corpus was impended,
and officers In other States who had obeyed tht
ordtrs of their superiors wert to take tbtlr chances
of olvll suits. The provisions of the bill ware then
explained by Mr. Clark. In ont single State, a
State whloh had never seceded, he had been told
that there were now pending over three thousand
salts agelmt loyal men who had assisted to put
down the rebellion. One of the courts of this same
State bad decided that an order issued by a loyal
officer was no bar to a iuit, and that ont from a
rebel officer waa.
Mr. John i on. Wbit authority hut you for tht
Mr. Clark. The authority of tht member of Con
crete from thst District, who was In tht eourt and
beard It, lit (Mr, 0. was larprlied that each a
proposition should comt from tbt Senator from
Vtrmont, Mr. Edmunds, bnt was not at all sur
firlsed that It should be endorsed by the Senator
rom Fcnnsylranla, (Mr. Cowan.
jar, jtamunat noptd tbt amendment wouia not
bt dishonored. If It waa good, btoanat of tht poor
ness of tht endorsement. Laughter.)
Mr. Cowan trusted his tndoritmtnt would not
Injure tht amtndment.
Mr. Nyt. What good will It do It f
Mr. Cowan. Tbt Senator from Nevada hal shown
that be thinks tt Is of soma good.
Mr. Nyt. Intveraskthtendorsementofanyont.
Mr. Clark aald that such propositions aa this had
not been In tht habit of coming from Vermont
Continuing his argument, soma sldt talk took
place bttwten htm and Mr. Cowan, In which eer
tain Latin phrases wert med.1
Tht Chair Mr. Pomaroy. Gentlemen will ad
dreia their remarks to the Chair.
Mr. Cowan. I wilt, when I don't Ulk Latin.
Mr. Clark resumed. His mantle of patriotism
wai sufficiently broad tocorerall loyal men from
responsibility for acta dont In pursuance of this
Mr. Conneia merely wished to say that when al
most universal amnesty waa extended to unrepent
ant rebels, ht thought It not unreasonable that
Jrottctlon should be extended to tht gallant de
sndera of tht country.
Mr. Edmunds laid that posilonatt legislation
always returned to plagut tbost wbo enacted It.
In our hasty taal to protect one class of tbt otm
mnnlty let na not Injure another class. Let us
proteot them by Indemnity, not by an arbitrary
edict. He was ai anxious as any one to protect
the loyal men of tht country, but did not think
any trne friend of our gallant soldiers would wish
inch a bill at this to pan.
Mr. Howard spoke briefly In support of tht bill,
and oppoied tbt amendment of Mr, Edmunds.
Without disposing of tht amendment tht Senate
went Into executive session, and on Its conclusion
DOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
KHARC1PATI0H CILRBRATIOR IS TBI DISTRICT.
The Speaker laid before the House a communica
tion, signed by certain colored cltltens of the Dis
trict of Colombia, respectfully Inviting the mem
bers of the Home of representatives to be present
at the anniversary celebration of emancipation In
tht District of Columbia, to take place In Frank
lin Squat t on Thursday, tbt 19 th I nit.
Mr. Eldrtdge, of Wisconsin. I move to refer
that to tM committee of fifteen on reconstruction.
iLauxhter on the Democratic side 1
The question being put, the motion was not
agree a to.
Mr. Aneooa of PennsvWanla. I would like to
Inquire whether that Invitation Includes those
members wno voiea against tne omanoipaucnr
The Speaker. The Invitation Is addressed to all
tht members of the Home of Representatives.
aoTTBEAR PACIPIO RAILROAD
The Speaker alio laid before the House etrtatn
resolutions of tht State Contention of Texas, ask
ing aid for the construction of a southern branch
or ine racioo raurooa.
Mr. Wentwortb, of Illinois. I move that It be
referred to he Committee on Reconstruction. I
object, sir, to any otbtr reference.
Mr. Conkllng, of New York. I should Ilka to
know whether It Is to bo referred to that committee
in order that they may "reconstruct" this railroad,
or for what other reason the matter is to be referred
to that committee?
Mr. Stevens, of Penmylvinla. Who signed tbt
The Speaker. The Preildent of tht Statt Con
tention of Texts.
Mr. Stevens. I move to lay It on the table.
The motion waa not agreed to.
Mr. Rollins, of New Hampshire, then moved
that the resolutions be referred to the Commlttre
on Publlo Lands; and It was so ordered.
DMBCRSEMEMTB OF THE IHTERI0H DEPARTMENT.
The Speaker also laid before the House a commu
nication from the Secretary of the Interior, trans
mitting: a itatemtnt of tbt disbursements made un
der the ftlh aectlon of an act of Congress approred
AWABDI FOR CAPTURE OP BOOTS ASD OTHERS.
A communication was rectlvtd from tht Secre
tary of War, transmitting reports In respect to the
awards made for the apprehension of J. Wilkes
Booth and ofbers. These reports form ant'aboratt
document, embracing all tht details of tht award,
and covering more than 160 pages of foolscap.
Mr. BurlelEh. of Daootah Territory, Introduced
a bill to amend section 2 of an act, entitled ''An
act donating public lands to the several Statea and
Territories wntcn may provide coneges lor tne ben
efit of agricultural and mechanic art," whloh was
referred to the Committee on Agriculture.
Mr. Scofield, of Pa., IntroQuced a bill for the
relief of Commander J. C. Carter, of the U. 8.
navy, which waa referred to the Committee on Na
LARDI POR RAILROAD PCnrOIRI.
Mr. Paine, of Wisconsin, presented the memorial
of the Legislature of Wliconilo, aiklng the aaient
of Congreis to the route of the land grant railroad
from Portsge to Bayfield, theooe to Superlorj wh-eh
waa referred to the Committee on Publlo Land and
ordered to be printed.
Alio, a memorial from the Legislature of Wiscon
sin, for a grant of land to aid In the construction of
so much of tbt Portage and Superior railroad aa
eitenda from Fond du Lao to BJponi which was
referred to tha Committee on Public Lands and
ordered to be printed.
BALART OP THE COMHIBIIORRR OP PERIIORI.
The House then returned the consideration of the
unfinished business of the morning hour of yester
days, namely, the bill to Increase the aalary of the
Commissioner of Teutons from $3,000 to $4,000,
and the salary of the Chief Clerk of the Pension
Bureau from $2,000 to $3,500.
Mr. Rose, of Illinois, waa oppoied. to spending
tne money or a people already overburdened witn
taxes In any such Increase of salaries aa that pro
posed by this bill. There were In hli congressional
district an abundance of men fully competent to
fill luch offices as these, and wbo would be gtad to
get them at the salaries now allowed He hoped
th u the Increase would not be made.
Messrs. Benjamin, of Missouri, and Eggleiton,of
Ohio, urged the peculiar qualifications of the present
Commissioner of Pensions for the place which he
held, and said that the laborious character of the
duties which be waa obliged to perform called for
the Increase of compensation fixed In the bill.
Mr. Waihburne, of Illinois, admitted the emi
nent merits and qualifications of the Incumbent,
but waa altogether opposed to the Increase of the
salaries of public officers at this time.
Mr, Btsvens, of Pennsylvania, denied the cor
rectness of a statement made by the gentleman
from Illinois, Mr. Ross, that the best talent of the
country could bt secured for these offices at the
Mr. Perham, of Maine, then demanded the pre
vlous question on the passage of the bill; and the
demand being seconded, under Its operation the
bill was rejected yeas 68, nays 63.
Mr. Wcntworth, of Illinois, moved to reeonilder
the rote lait taken, and to lav the motion to recon
sider on the tablet and the House refused to agree
to the latter motion yeas 63, nays 00.
The question then recurring on the motion to re
consider the vote by whloh the bill waa rejected,
the motion to reoonsider prevailed .jeas 6s, nays
BILL TO SEORaARIIR TBR ARMT OP TBI URITRD
The bill being thus again before the House
The Bpeeker announced that the morning hour
had expired j io the further eonilderatlon of the bill
The House then resumed the eonilderatlon of the
regular order, tli; the bill to reorganise the Army
of the United States, the pending question being
upon the fifth notion of the bill, which reads as
Sec. 6. And bt it further tnaettd, That the offi
cers of th tblr(y-ieven regiments of Infantry, first
provided for In the foregoing section, shall consist
of those now commissioned and serf Ine: therewith.
subjeot to such examination as to the condition of
their being retained in the service as may herein-
auer oe proviaeu lor oil tne original vaoancies in
the grades of first lieutenant and seoond lieutenant,
and two thirds of all other original vacancies In
each of the grades above that of firet lieutenant, to
u uneu or leieouga irom among ine omoers and
soldiers of volunteers who have served In tbt army
of tbt United States In tbt late; war for the sup
presslon of rebellion, and who have been distin
guished for capacity, good oonduot, and efficient
service but graduates of the United Statea Mill
tary Academy shall be eligible to appointments as
second lieutenants The Vetersn Reserve Corps
ihall bt officered by selection from the officers of
tbe present veteran ueserte vorps, and by appoint
ment from any officers and soldiers of volunteer!
who hare been wounded in tbe line of their duty
white serving In the army of the United Statea In
tht latt war, or hare bean disabled by disease con
tracted In such serrtee, and may yet ba competent
for garrison or other duty to which that corps has
heretofore been assigned. Tha officers selected to
fill original vacanclea In the regiments of colored
troops shall be taken from among the present offi
cers of colored troops who have served in tbe army
of the United Statea In the late war. And all
appolntmeota of officers In the Vtttran Reitrvt
Corps andtnitglmtnta of colored troops ihall be
made on examination, aa hen leafier provided,
having riferenoe to oapaolty, good conduct, and
WpMV4 itlVV Hi IIU BMfl
The provisions of tht section were discussed at
considerable length, and tarlous amendments wtrt
proposed and acted upon ( floally
Mr. Sebenek, of Ohio, moved tht previous ques
tion on the adoption of the section ( pending which
PR MORAL RXPLARATIOX,
Mr. Ingersoll, of Indiana, roat to a personal ex
planation of tht elrenmstancei which bad Induced
Mr. Bhanklln, of Kentucky, to aak to bt txeussd
from further service as a member of tht Committee
for the District of Columbia. At the close of bit
Mr. Bhanklln, of Kentucky, expressed himself is
satisfied with tbt explanation that had been given,
and was reappointed by the Speaker as a member
of the District of Columbia Committee. It would
be gratifying to know what the explanation waa,
but our reporter does not furnish It Editor Re
puslicaw And then, at 4 p. m., tht House adjourned.
AVorkixouen's Coxtestiox. Tho regular
monthly meeting of the worklngmen's convention
waa held last night In the Council chamber at the
City Hall, the vice president, Mr. Richard Emmons,
In the chair, and Joseph W. Mattlngly secretary.
Messrs. John W. Lansdale, M. J. Fltspatrlck, and
James II. Reed were admitted as delegates from the
Carpenters Association. Meiers. Donald MoCath
ran, William Baron, John F. Malney, Owens, and
Conroy wert admitted to seats from the Painters'
Mr. Joseph R. Wat term eyer, tbe corresponding
secretary, read a number of lettera from other as
sociations. In Boston, Troy, and Buffalo, showing
the progress of the eight-hour cause.
Mr. John A. Landrolght itattd tbt Journeymen
bookbinders bad decided to attend In a body tht
meeting on tht Island this trtntng, and Invited all
brother workmen to Join In tht prooesilon.
Mr. A. T. Carls, chairman of tht Executive
Committee, made a report showing tht proceedings
of that committee. He also stated that the com
mittee had decided to reoommend that a resolution
bt adopted, Inviting Mr. John O. Puncher to lec
ture before the worklogmen of the District, at Odd
Fellows Hall, Seventh street. Postponed until
tbe next meeting.
The report of Mr. J. C. 0. Whaler, delegate to
the New York convention, was prerented, showing
that the convention had decided to hold a national
convention In Baltimore, on tht 20th of August
next, Ac. Tht report was adopted.
Mr. Ptnlcks offered a resolution prov.dtngfor the
purchase of fire hundred ooples of the speech of
Hon. Mr. Brandoth, of the New York Legislature,
In regard to the tight hour movement. Adopted.
On motion of Mr. Waltermeyer, the correspond.
log secretary waa directed to send a copy of tbe
addreei of the worklogmen of the country to each
member of Congress.
Mr. Cavls Introduced a resolution to reimburse
Mr. U. Clay Preuia for losses sustained on account
of the late lecture on labor. Adopted.
Mr. Russell announced that the worklogmen would
raise an tight-hour flag at tbe corner of Eighth and
I streets, Navy Yard, thla evening at 6 o'clock.
On motion of Mr. Landrolght, the -executive
committee waa Instructed to hold another mass
meeting during the lost week In May.
Arm can M. K. Confkrexck. To-day the
Baltimore ennual conference of the African M. E.
Church will meet at tbe Israel Church, on South
Capitol street. Tbls Is tbe fifilcth year of the ex
istence of this church, and tbe conference will be
an Interesting ont. Bishops Qulnn, Payne, Way
man, and Campbell art atl txpected to bt present.
Bishop Wayman baa been appointed to deliver the
semi-centenary sermon before tbe body. This con
nection, was formed April 11, 1816, In tht city of
Philadelphia. Tbey now hart ten annual confer
ence!, via: Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York,
Newtand, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Louisiana,
South Carolina, and California. Tbey have four
bishops, two hundred traveling preachers, and seventy-five
thousand members. Last Sunday was tbe
semi-centenary services throughout the connection,
and the congregations contributed largely. The
funda are to bt divided between the cauie of edu
cation, mission, and the Book Conoern.
Tub Rkconstri-ctkd at Fairfax Coi'itT
Housb. An Intelligent and patrlotio lady from
Philadelphia, commenced, a few daji ago, a acbopl
at Fairfax Court-bouse, In which she waa trying to
enlist forty or fifty colored children. Some of the
chivalrous sons of the reoonstruoted In that place,
and among their number a aon of Jndge Thomas,
took It upon themselves a duty to put a stop to a
proceeding so distasteful to their dignity by throw
log stones at the teacher aa she pasted to and from
the school-house, whereupon the military authori
ties were notified of their conduct, and a squad of
cavalry soon made their appearance In the village,
but wero unable to arrest the offending partial,
they having left thla county for their country's
good Virginia Statt Journal.
ItvsmTiNdTHKOFFicERfl. Yesterday morn
log, Officer Ifill, of the Fourth ward, In attempting
to arrest a drunken man In Swam, poo die was at
tacked by a crowd of men and women. Word
reached tbe Fonrth ward station, and Sergeant
Eckloff, with a number of the officers, started for
the scene of the riot, on the way encountering the
crowd, which numbered about 200. Officer Hill
succeeded In getting the prisoner to the station
house. Subsequently, Patrick Hotden, Nannie
Holden, and Jobannah Holden were arrested by
Officers Schaffer and Clements for participating In
tbe riot. They wert taken before Justice Walter,
wbo committed the two men to Jail and held tbe
women to ball to answer at court the charge of re
sisting an officer in the discharge of his duty.
Contracts Awardkp. Yesterday morning
the proposals for the oonstructlon of a two-foot
barrel sewer In O street north, between Foorteenth
and Fifteenth streets west, were opened at the May
or'i office In the City Hall. Tbe btda were as fol
lows: Jones A Collins, $4 93 per foot for tbe sewer,
and $43.60 for tbe main-bole; Jas. T, Ferry, $1 76,
$46; J, W. 1 A. L. Hutton, $6 05, and $74) O.
Turton it C, Lemon, jr., $6.26, and $68.60, Jacob
D. Hutton, $6.47 and $78, Thos. I). Lewis, $4 78,
and $66.60. James Chapman, $2 80, and $26. Mr.
J. T. Ferry being tho lowest bidder tbe contract
was awarded to him
Manassas Gap Railroad. Tho stock
holders of the Manassas Oap Railroad Company, at
their recent meeting in Alexandria, eleoted Edward
C. Marshall, president, and Tact Brewer and H. L.
Lambert, Directors. Tbey paiied a resolution au
thorizing the President and Birectors to negotiate
a loan of $1,240,000 to re-establish the old line and
continue It from Alexandria to Btraaburg, to exe
cute coupon bonds with eight per cent interest, to
be secured by a mortgage on tbe franchise and roll
ing stock. f
Pivom'f Yesterday morning', in the
Chancery Court, Judge Wylie granted a decree of
divorce to David Jones, from his wife, Mary Jones.
Tbe bill filed by the plaintiff states that the par
ties were married on tbe 17th of January, 1811, by
Bev. P. B. Brown, the maiden name of the respon
dent being Mary Blermenj that on the 26ihof
March last she left his house and baa since bean
living In adultery with one Brevet Brig. Qen.
Mank. Mr. Louis Shade appeared for tbe com
plainant. Tiik Canal. .Mayor Wuilach has appoint
ed Mr. Benjamin Severson to superintend the work
of Improving the Washington canal.
Proposals will be received at the Mayor's office
until Saturday, the 28th instant, for excavating
twenty-slx thousand cubic yards, more or less, of
deposits from the Washington city canal, between
Tiber creek and the Eastern branch, the substance
so removed to be placed wnererer tbe Canal Board
Wb at all tjmkb recommend to tho com
munity what we consider of Importance, and In
suou light wt look upon tht new pen made by Mr
0. Btrnaid, of London. Itli timid U "Car.
bonhtd Metat Pen." Wt bavt Sever written with
anything so pleasant. Wa havt tried them upon
very thin paper, and find them fret from the disa
greeable fault of other steel pens, via: catching and
spattering. We can confidently say to our com
merclol friends and tbt public In general that C.
Barnard's Carbonised Metal Pent art tht btst trtr
brought to our notice CA6gv TWJstn.
Thi Natiokal Bakc Pcr-The 'fiTe
twenty greenback pen," several varieties of which
art manufactured by the Empire Pea Company,
Nos. 82 and 34 John street, New York, are supe
rior to any metallic pen we havt seen. They art
madt of American materials, by American work
men, and In the different klada ait katutt can be
ulted. Missri. Phllp k Bolomoni art tht agents
for thla elty.
Fikr Arts. -Tho people of Washington
will bt glad to hear that Mr. Bltrstadt'a Mdunt
Hood, one of those pictures that have made him
famoni over the world as one of the greatest of
landscape painters, will be exhibited at Beaton
Hall, for tbe benefit of St. Ann's Orphan Aivlom,
commencing on Saturday, and continuing one
week. There will be a private view on Thursday
trenlng to the friends of the artist
Real Estatx Sales. Tho following sales
of real estate hare been made recently t Lot 10,11,
12, It and 14, In Todd's subdivision of square 608,
at 11 eenta per squire foot, to John W, Cordf lota
19 and 20, at 16 cents, to Paul Qoepel 32 to 30, at
11 cents, to George Diltlj lot 32 and part of 33, In
Uhlman'a subdivision of square 618, to Lewis Behl,
Focndlino. Yesterday morning Mr.
Samuel Proctor, a colored man, who resides on
Thirteenth street, between M and N, heard tbe
cries of an Infant, and upon searching around,
found a female colored child, about one month old,
lying In an alley, near his house, wrapped In some
rid clothes. The Infant waa taken In by Mr. Proc
tor and cared for.
Tin Potomac Fisukriks. The fisheries on
the Potomao are not doing aa well as could be
wished. Poor or fire boats arrlred this morning,
and they were only partially laden. At the wharf
foot of Ninth street prices range from $11 to $14
per 1,000 for herring, and from $18 to $20 per 100
Pardoned. BarthoM J. Drefscn, who was
convicted In the Criminal Court a short time since,
for eoniptracy to cheat the United States, and sen.
teoced to two years In the county Jail, has been
pardoned By the President Dreiien wis Indicted
and convicted with two other parties.
Gold at Tkkxallytowk, Gold-bearing
quarts has been discovered near Tennatlytown, as
we hear from various quatters. It Is to be hoped
the diggings will pay.
"V would call tho attention of tho public
to a most excellent pen made by Mr. O. Barnard,
of London. It la called the Carbonised Metal Pen.
We hare seldom seen anything In the shape of
metal pens that we could write with on rough or
thin paper without spattering; but this pen of Mr.
Barnard's make runs over the paper as easily oa we
could wtih, and comes nearer the old goose quill
than any we have xitl.JotirttaJ of Comjntrce.
V. O. I'nn.r. of Devlin & Co., Nev York,
will be at WUIerd's Hotel from 11th to 19th I nit.,
with a large assortment of samples of naw and
choloe styles of seasonable goods for gentlemen's
woar, from whloh he will be happy to take orders
for garments to be made at our house In New
CincctT Court Judge Olin. George H.
Nlcholls against Baniom S. Mean. Motion fornew
trial overruled. Lloyd for plaintiff, Phillips for de
fence. Aibury F. Fawiett against Catharine Crumbaugh,
administratrix of John Crumbaugh. Motion to set
aside verdict, and for a new trial.
William Young against Benslnger and Ed el. Cue
continued, and leave to amend granted. MoPbcr
son for plaintiff, Thompwm and Miller for defence.
Louis Hibery against II. Mattblai. Verdict for
de Tend int. Kennedy and ebb for plaintiff, Brad
ley and Bradley for defence.
George R. Ad mi against George F. Rider.
Agreement for the trial of the case entered. Mor
sell and Cox for plaintiff; Stewart and Riddle for
James Montgomery against Joseph Witlard
Action to recover for services rendered. Case on
trial. Bay for plaintiff) Mattlngly for defence.
Covbt Judge Ftthtr (Ed.
Eiq , DUtrlct Attorney, proiecut-
Yesterday morning the case of Isidore II. Phil
llpi, Indicted for forging the name of C. S. Jones,
waa resumed, and after argument submitted to the
George Edwards, alias Wit. n. Munroe, who
plead guilty yesterday of breaking Into the dwell
log home of W. C O'Meara, and stealing there
from, was sentenced to be Imprisoned In the Albany
Penitentiary for three years.
Martin Welsh, Indicted with John Lambert and
Edward Msgee for robbing Robert Conway. Coun
sel for defence moved that tbe prisoner be dis
charged on tbe ground that after the testimony on
tbe part of the prosecution had been closed, the
Court, on the motion of tbe District Attorney, dl
rected that one of tbe Jurors, on being called.
should decline to answer, and therefore eleven only
of the Jurors answering, the Court ordered the pan
el to be discharged, and the defendant be remanded
to custody until he give ball In the sum of $1,000
for his appearance to answer tbe charge.
The Juror was withdrawn on account of tbe aV
sence of the prosecuting wltneii.
Defendant's counsel, Messrs. Morris and Prury,
argued that the accused had once been placed In
Jeopardy, and therefore oould not be tr.td sj-ln
District Attorney Carrlngton argued that a juror
could be withdrawn and the case continued If tho
Court should think proper to do so.
Judge Fisher announced that he would give an
opinion this morning.
170II RKNT TIIK STOUl.RKOENTLY
JL oeeapUd by Loomli & Mftliew, No 348 Fenasjrl
vaala aveaae, WaiblDKtoa UatldiDK Also offlcea ho
S and 4, flnt 8oorB and 11, aeeonJ floor; aad IS, llird
floor. For ttr ma apply tj
JOHN II BBMMfcg,
ipg.dlf Beaton House Q
ITTORIftr 1ND COU.NmU.OK AT LAW,
So. 433, TniKTIIXTII STKEET,
WASHISOTOJf, D ! 4 Jit
DK N7rT8 T It Y.- I) It. tgrZFi
Kl.th ltr..t, .t..4i Io .11 hr.ocb.i fr1.!.t.( Io lb.
nrofafilo.. lf.tfoiin.iloa of lb. aioalb eorr.cud, .Bd
ittf T.rl.tf of .rllflol.l ml road. p.l7
ITOR8 0F PATlVtT,COI.I,ICTORSor CLAIMS
AOAIMT TUX OOVtll.VHEST, ADD KE-
QOTUTOHS Of COHTBACT.,
Ho. 479 SEVENTH 8TUSET,
Oppo.lt. lb. Font Offlc,
WASHINGTON OITT, O. O.
45" Spocl.t .U.bIIob git. 19 &egl.ct.d pBt.nl cat..
aod lb axl.BalOB of paloata
A 02 AUTUUU SaiEPHEUD, a rn
QAB AND BTEA1I 7ITTEU,
403 D Straal, Ulwaa. Slits, aod Ba.aBtb atraaU,
WASlIIHaTON, D. C.
Ordara for lb. abov.Bataad braBcbaaofbaalaaaa Boll
.lt.d .Bd promptly attaBdad to.
rirai-claii work inuuiaad it 111 lowail ponibl.
Tho National RcpnWican.
Further About tho Fonians.
ARRIVAL OF THE VIRGINIA.
Thirty-Eight Deaths on Board from Cholera.
TBE CHOLERA IN MAINE.
THE DEAllING MURDERER,
EARTHQUAKES IN TUE WEST INDIES
The Philadelphia Murderer.
PniLiDiLrsu, April 18 The grand Jury this
morning found a true bill against Antolne Probst
for the murder of the Dearlng family. The prisoner
waa brought Into eourt and arraigned at 1 o'clock,
p. m., after much legal delay. Tbe prisoner hav
ing no counsel, the Court assigned him Messrs.
John P. O'Neill and J C. Wolbert The prisoner
at first said he did not wish to have any counsel at
alt, bat subsequently withdrew his objections.
After a conversation with the prisoner, Mr. O'Neill
asked that the arraignment be postponed nntll he
and bis colleague oould be afforded time to examine
the bills of Indictment. It la understood that
Probst expressed a willingness to plead guilty to
charging him with the murder of Cornelius Corey,
Tbe District Attorney design, however, to try him
upon a bill charging him with tbe murder of Mr.
Bearing Thla will show the confidence of tbe
Commonwealth a officer In the strength of his case,
without availing himself of the pretended confei
ston of the murderer. From Information reoelred
from persons who belonged to the same regiment
and company aa Probst, It Is learned that he waa
a bounty Jumper, who bad entered the service aev
eral times and had received large bounties. Tbey
allege also that he shot his thumb off deliberately,
In order to gain his discharge. Among hla com-
radea hla character waa anythlog but enviable.
From HuTRtir. Bmstll-Po emd Earth
quakes lu tho Wost indies.
New York, April 18 Tbe steamer Columbia,
from Havana on tbe Uth, has arrived
The Dutra has a report that on the 23 th Febru
ary the Spanish frigates Blanoa and Beranguetla
bombarded tbe port of Concepclon, and landed a
force which captured tbe town. One vessel la said
to have been sunk by tbem.
Tbe Spanish men-of war Almlnsa and Consnelo
reached Montevideo. The health of Havana was
Tbe steamer Liberty, from Baltimore on the 14th,
for New Orleans, arrived at Havana
Tbe small-pox la reported raging at Ponce, Porto
Tbe shock of an earthquake was felt at Ponce on
tbe 26th of March.
Latest from the Fcutane
Naw York, April 18.Aspctl to tbo IUrall
from Lieut. Stephens says the Adjutant General of
Maine arrived to-day.
A British frigate Is In the river with troops
The Sea Wing, the flag-shlp of tbe West India
squadron, went up the river Bt, Croix. She brought
700 troops from Halifax.
rottTLAHD, April 18 TheGovernmenthes char
tered tbe steamer Regulator to take a company ol
regulars to some point, probably East port. She
will probtblv leave on the arrival of the noon train,
which Is expected to bring Gen. Meade.
Niw York, April 18 Cotton heavy; sales of
1,600 bales at ll. Flonraetlvo; sales of 3,300
bbls.Stateat$7.1&a9. Ohio, $8 85aJI2j Western,
$7.16a$0. Southern advanced 20a30 cts. sales of
2,500 bbls. at $9 7oa$10. Wheat active and 8al2
ots. higher; sales of 9,700 bushs , No. 1 Milwaukie
at $1.83a(1.88, while Canada, $2 &5a2.60. Corn
advanced 1 centf sales of 37,000 baibs. at 84a87
ets. Pork heavy. Whliky dull. Rice steady.
Sugar quiet; Muioorado. 11 )al2J ots. Coffee dull
sales 12,000 bags. Naval stores dull. Freights
drooping Gold, 127.
Another Infeclcil Shipload of Kmlgrante,
Naw York, April 18. The Drltish steamship
Virginia, from Liverpool on the 4th Instant, his
She brought one thousand end forty-three pas
seogers. Thirty-eight died on the passage. She Is
anchored tn quarantine. Jbe disease Is said to be
similar to that with which the steamship England
The Virginia Is to be Immediately sent to the
lower bay, to the usual quarantine anchorage,
which Is twenty miles below tbe elty.
Cholera. l Portland, Maine.
Portlaid, April 18 A men died In this city of
the cholera this morniog. He is said to be one of
tbe fire who escaped from the steamer England.
DAMS EXrilKSS (JOMl'ANY,
orricx6i4 nnnA. avabui.
319 MKMBTLYAKIA AVIKOI, OPPOIITI
aoETUEKX, WISTIMf, AND lOUTUIBS XXrEt;SS
If.rcn.Bjla., Ufa.-, aad Valaablaa of all klada for
ward.d with dlapataa to all aeaaaalbla Bactlosa of tha
COLLXCTIOX or MOTES, DIUTTS AltD BILLS uada
la all accaiaibla parta of tha Ualtad Stala.,
C. O. DUNK, Al.at,
Bolt-tf WhlB(loa, D. O
A X T I! K TO HUNT A SMAU.
UOL'ftL of Swa nr atx roonia. bat wren i Ifth aad
fth ttreeie wo.t. Tostiayl tenia aveane and Letrcat
uor.D. AdtireMa u.t u, il mis omce, tiaiing ieruia,io
cation , Ac qpl8-3t
THE NATIONAL UNION IKEDReNCE COUPANT
CHARTERED BY OONOKIII.
CAPITAL tl, 000,000
RISKS TAKEN AT THE LOWEST RATEF.
LOSSEH ntOUPTLT 1AID.
NO CHARdS FOR POLICIES.
Hi Flit I out a itreet, nearly opposite Rig fa A Co '
At JOHN I! JOHftSON't LawOir.ce, No LualaUna
areuna, near Bank of WnLUfcloa
Thla Company le now rapared to Inmre -.1) deacflp
Nona of property aialutt lose or damarfa by Are oq aneh
larhia aa oaaaoi fail to be acceptable to the- clllieaeef
tbe DUtrlct. Ia thla Company yon can laiare yoor
FURNITURE. MERCHANDISE, WAREHOUSE., OK
DWELLINOH for a year o- shorter period.
Thla Company atarta with a CASH CAPITAL of $100.
OOO, all iid in, tbareby enabling tbein iwofrr to the
eltUene of tbe District greater aecurtty than baa ever
bean offered hereufore.
Pullcloa will Le lamed for a aborlcr period tbaa one
year, according to the New York acaie for abort Uiau
Charles Knap President, Richard Walltcb,
O W. KlxicVlee Pree'I, Daniel Dodd,
Thomas Berry, 11 C. Fahneatock,
Oaorie 8 Uldeoa, William Dlxoa.
oivem NOBLE D LARNER. Secretary.
"V uu u ,
ill Fourteenth Street, oppoalte Wlllard'e Hotel.
Withes to Inform hie frlenda that he has Jut received a
fall naeorlmeni of French. English aad Domestic Clothe
aad CatalmcVee of tbe moat faafatonabte styles and
color, and he woald he pleaeed to serve thetn oa the
most reatotable terms u4 tl Us shortest notice,
Faaaijlta.l. .r.aa., .... vrUUrda' HoUI.
LIOIfABD O ROVER k CO..
1 tPLtXDID DOUBL1 BILL.
Of lh. Great Am.rta.a Actor,
MR. JAMS i. MURDOCH,
wbo will apB.ar
TnU(fllOKSDAT) IVH.flNO, AniLl, lUd,
la hla maatarlr lmp.raoa.tlo. of
Is Kott.bao'a bsaatlfsl flTal plar of Ibal sama, lap.
portd b. tb.
ri-LL btiikotii or Tm coMrAxr.
To .oacl.d. wltb
BIKE'ITOr Mil. JAMES I MURDOCH.
WINE WOEK.B WONDEKJ,
HE GREAT NATIONAL FAIR.
fill tody Dim-ten of the IfirtofAL Sornnaa aid
SilLoac Oarilir Uovs will commaace to hold . Fair la
this eliyou tbe JAla day of Hay int. tbe proceeds of
wdicii r n vm aTota io ia cappon aaa naiaieaaace
of JUviosALBoLOtiae'ARD SAtUias'Oanuii aol other
wise provided fur la their respective Btetei aad Terti
Eith State and Tarritorv la to he reDraaaalad W m. U.
ble, and tbe Ladles Is tend thai the DUtrlet if CoUmbla
abatl bear creditable coatra! with aay.
The Lad lea will meet at Wealey CbapeU ceraer off
e&d fifth I reals every Taouday, el II a. n.uatlt the
opaaJaf aftbe Fair, and all Ledl deatroaa or eo -opera
llDfla tbeobleeieef the aaaoeUtloa are cordially ta
Tj 9 HWMi PIU IQ
T AW 0Ff fOE.
JiaiatAH B. Blaoc,
Wasd Tl. Lahov, C. f. Blaci ,
BlUcK, LAH0N CO.,
Coon sitLoai aid ATToaairi at Law
IN THI BUrKlMtCuUKTttfTHi CHlTIUbTATIf,
THE COCRTOr CLAIMS,
THE COOKTBOfTH DISTRICT,
THE XXKCUTIYE DIPABTMtlfTS AND
COMMITTERS OP OOMOfiESS.
OfflCE. 458 FOURTEENTH STREET,
delS'tf Directly Oppoalte Wtllarda Uotel.
TVTILITAUY AND NAVAL CLAIM
O. I. DUWDT OO.t
XU Peiasylvaala avaaoe, (opposite WUUrda' Motel,)
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
J. D. RlVMBST, Esq. , 136 Naaaaa at, , H. T.
Dodoi, Com stock k Baowv, N. T.
aad othera. aot
JOHN JOJsLlFFK, )
ATTORN IT AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Ofleeoi tbe aorlheaaleoraeiof F aad Fifteeiib etreets,
oppoalte tbe eaat eatraaea of tbe Treaeary
City, D. C.
Atteade especially to elolne tpoa the Called States.
fOU.V B. WllFKLER.
WII.LIAU E. BRYANT.
JOHN B. WHEELER CO ,
Real Estate Brokers and Attcraeye for Claim against
tbe Ualtad Statea. Ofllee Scve alb street, between
D and E alreta, second atory, P. O. box, B21, Waehlng
ton, D. & City Property, aad Maryland and Virginia
Farina bongbl nnd sold oa eonmtaaUa. Kefcrenceat
Richard WaHicb.E.a, Mayor of Washington; Oeo. A.
Biuett. tti , Clerk Com. Ways and Meana, Iloaat of
Kp i Wa, II. West, Ei , Chief Clerk Trene. Dert.i
fcitre P?rJT Br"., merchante B "
I I. L A n V S 1IOTKL,
BIKIS, CHADWICK CO.,
COBHIE n.l.f. ATI. AXD roURTIUTH STKEET,
WABHIKOTON CITT. B37-tf
O F F M AN HOUSE,
UKOADWAT, CORHEH OF TWESTT-rlTTB STBEET,
BIW TOBK OITT.
MITCHELL, READ, AND WALL,
Th. ITOrrhf AIT HOUSE la coadaetad apoa th plaa of
tha b.it American aad Earop.aa Hot.la. It aomblaa.
all tba modara IraproT.m.at. B.eakaarf toth. fr.ata.t
aomfort of a.ata that art, lair.aBUy Bad Hbaralltj ca
poMlll7d.vla. aod proda.a. Th. bill of f.r. for th.
t.bt. ambrac.i ...rj ..rl.17 aad dallvacj afforded bj
th. Am.ilcaa marhete, 1. tbalr hwl
323 r Bt,bt.t.nl0tb & HtkBU.
JUiiirnf gfarnjrt . . Rn. Jljorjin.
Kf aad CtMtoa SitIm,
For Yokes, Drones, Collars &. Cuffs,
Cloaks, Cvabiona, Smoking Caps,
and. Slippers, tlnolndlog Maeoolo
XmblctnaJ In great variety.
COATES AND OTHER COTTONS.
Silks .W!a uS TmbMitj),
Mohair, Bralda, XTeedlee. fctj.
Ititm m imr.il. tM kmlltil wbIm :
aim MlaMaa, kUW Ml. km M
ll I -f-Mlj ttw llMM M h
T O . PARKKR,.
fj , POST OFFICE NEWS bTAND,
Has en bead at all times all tbe
HAOAZ1NES, CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, 8TATIONERT
OF ALL KINDS.
ilso all the NORTHERN PAPERS received at lbs
for sale as soon as lssned.
- TIIK DAILY AND WEEKLY KFITDUCAN are
or sale at PAUKhR'S, and aabactlpllotis recti Ted,
1) It A I) Y H NATIONAL 1MIOTO-
XI GRAPHIC OALLkUV,
; Niw Yonit,
Nearly opposite Grace Gborch.
Mr Brady has oa view and for aale at hla Gallery, as
PORTRAITS OF ALL OFFICERS,
of both service, win have dUtlsgnUled lbeulTa In
the Uta war. Tbe alica vary (mmourU d viU to
In addition to hla varied assortment of llkeneaaes, Mr
Brady Lu a
COLLECTION OF VIEWS
of almost every point made bUtorle In tbe recent con
flict, which It tuny be preeamed will be valaad by not
only those more t in tuad lately concerned, bnt tbalr
frlenda, as mementoea of tbe trials throogh which Ibe
nation hai Ju.t paaaed
Mr Brady alwaya paya conaldernhle attention to
COfJa'1new atyle of PORTRAITS IN TORCELAIN has
bean brought by Mr. Brady to perfection. apiMf
U1I80K T A Y 1, O It ,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
334 Pcanaylvaoia avenue, 3 doore west of Ninth atreel,
All Ibe new book a of tbe nh-e received lmtoedlal1y
apun laae from the proaa,nud for aale at pabllabara'
Imported Stationery and American wa no fact are, of ell
gradeennd varloty, at Ibe lowet IHiw ork pree.
blank Booba of ail tlyiwa un hand, and made to order
wltbout loasuf time.
Malt ing Cards printed, and platea engraved la tbe
All MaJleal Books sopplted at publishers' rates
Paper and Euvelopes atamed to order. a J-tf
GAIIDNER'S" niOTOOltAlUIIU AUT
fill Seventh etreet,
ONCE MORE IN RUNNING ORDER.
The damBhte ceased by the late fire has been en for re
paired that bu-lavaa will be resumed
THIS MORNING, (WEDNESDAT. October sihj
When, as formerly, the rata will be etrtcUy eaforeett
taiuttiiavn) me awoiianueni,
"PRODUCE THE BEST, NO MATTER WHAT THE
COBT IN TIME AND MATERIAL."
Mr. O. takea thla opportanlty to thank his aimeroas
frlende aad enstomere for peat kladaeaa, and lo nay It
shall behleeonaUntalmtoeoatlaaeto merit tha very
liberal eaeoorageuent heretofore extended la hltn.
dtiCA REWARD FOR THE HOUSE,
PvJV AND AAO REWARD YOU TUE THIEF.
b.olte from the aubacrtber, oa the alght of the 16th
Instant, a aorrel Horse, with while face, three white
feet, acroledoa the kaeee, aa If from falling down;
shows signs of spltefulaeeu when nppruocbedt paces
aader the saddle, aad trots U bemeset from l&u to If
bands high, BAM OIL J. a RIMES,
P9--- Btjloftiowi., D,Q,
LARGE SALE OP GOVERNMENT
Will he said at Hew Beree. VorthCarellaa.a law
emoeatofOrdasaeeeed Ordaaaee ttoree.
Sale to mihiim oa the lfllh day tf May. 1M4, at 10
o'clock, a. m.. aed eoatlnae dally a alll all the prep
erfy, the prUelpel elaaeee of which are given below.
itti aad Braae ua, usi varnaffM.iiaraMa.naa
dlee, Halters, Bridles. Blaekete, Wheels. Old Iron. Lead,
Imliba', Armorers', aid Saddlers' Toole, Old Leather,
Slltf Carts, Olos eonptete, lofaatry Eqeipmaata, Ira pie
oau for field aad Hege Ooui. aad other artielee too
neaereaa to meotloa.
Correct lltte of articles to be cold wilt be feralahed
nfxa spbllcatloa to tile ofllee.
By order of Major Ota eral A. B. Dyer. Cale' of Ord
aaaee, WMhlegtoo, D.C.
apll-tmU Bvt. Capt. Ord. Dept., U. a. A,
ALE OP A BTEAM GIUST MILL
CAVALRY DEPOT, OIESBOBO.D.C.
WAMtvvToa, D.tX, iprU 17, lsoo. S
Bt order of the Quartermaster Oenerat, there will b
sold, oi the premises, at public aaclloa, aader the 11
Met I on of Captain George T. Browalng, A. (J. M..OS
WEDNESDAY; Hay 13. lied, at 12 o'eleck. sa.lthafol
lowlur-detcrtbad public property, U wilt
ONE (II STEAM GRINDING AND FEED MILL,
(frame, with meelve granite foaadailona,) 40 by SOf
wiid com. ny, eagin iicBf mi eon
atracted of the ver beat material, aad la the moat sab
Also, at the cam time aad place, the machinery aad.
i. ny, vagina iicBf mi i
i the ver beat material, aad la the moat i
l the cam time aad place, the machlnerr
m of tbe mill, ettMlstfag or
t (1) ENGINE, TF 100 HORSE POWER.
inderof twentytwo (23) Inches diameter
ppuaaeva oi tne mill, cm
ONE (11 ENQINE.1
with CTllodcrof twentylwo (22) Inches diameter and
twenly.ronr (24) Inches stroke, eel apoa a heavy eaat
Iron ldplate, with eold aad hot water pa a pa aad
beater, with aeaeMroa f y wheel, with drlvleg pvlU?
of the same naUrlal, tea (10) feet la diameter and
tweaty.fonr (24) lathee face, with Jndsoa'a pateat f e ?
TWO (I)TJO ILEUS OT r.HORSE POWER EACTI, MADI
of the beat boiler iron, five elxleenthe (tU) of aa Inch
ia inieancie, nve (o) reel ia aiatneter, aaa loarteea (it)
feet five (6) tachea la length; each boiler containing
aerenlyelx (78) !apwolded flnea, each three (3) aad oa
fourth Qi) laches la diameter, with all the realelta ap
pea d at ta
TEN (101 PAIRS OF RIID'B IUTINT BUCEINOni V
THIRTY (30) INCUES SPRING MILLS, eonttraeted of
aol'd French burr mlHatone, nnd eel la heavy, well
balaaeed frames, with haycatlers, elevators, and eoa
veyore enfflcleni to eat aad handle the hay, grata, aad
prepared feed oa tbe most economical aad labor-saving
The shafting Is of finished wrought lroa, aad tha pal
Icye of entt-Jron. faced aad balaaeed, with hangers aad
ovxae, uBicevn it? wriT ivf jib.i oi uam. a. in
mala drlrlsgbelt le of fear (4) ply rubber, aad twenty
four (14) Inches wide. Tbe belts for driving the mllle.
le , are of the beat oak tanned, patent etretched leather.
Tbe Engine, Boilers, Machinery, and Flxtaree of every
description, are of the very beat materlalc aad work
maushlp. aad still la excellent condition aad flue work
lag order, the mill having been la opcrotloa only about
fliteen mo a tba.
If deemed advisable by the agent of the Government,
on the dny of aale, the bnlldlnga will be eold separately.
i arm j tMD,muoirimiiiiiiBi,
Pnrchaaera will be reanlred to remove their vronertv
before the drat (1st) day of July next, aaleee oihtrwle
arranged with the owner of the ground a.
AboatforOlaebore' will leavethe Sixth street wharf
every hour dorlag the day of sale.
Aay farther Informatloa that may be desired will be
given npoa application, la peraoa or by letter, to Cap
tela George T. Browning, A.Q.M , Gleaboro', ov tothla
office. JAMES A. EKIN,
utl una, uea. , ia eaarge its mr. u. a. u. w.
TARGE SALE OP GOVERNMENT
Jj BUILDtNGS. LUMBER, TIMBER, Ac. AT THE
WnMANTLED FORTS AROUND WASHINGTON, D.C.
orricn Cnur QtraaTsaaaaYBa,
WAsatKtif or, D. C, April 12, IMS. )
Will be sold at pnblle auction, at the times and placeo
named below, all of the Officers' Quart art, Barracks,
Ueaa Houses, and other struct a res belonrlng to tha
Quartern, note re Dcpartmeet, United Slates Army,la aad
a1oat the fallowing dismantled forts around Washing
Also, at same times ana places, wiu oa soia ror ina
Engineer Department, the Lumber, Timber, Abnttls, Ac.
connected witn oacn. ion ntwuniTi
EAST Of KAHTAKn UHAKt;iI.
On MONDAY. APRIL lid. at lOo'clock. a. m.. at TORT
CAHROLL, eleven frame balldlngs, vis :
Three Barracks, (large else) oae Hosrltal Building t
three OH. ears' Quarters, and foar email bulldlege of
varlona dimensiono. Also, aieas uooaeana etante oi
bank oar, in p, n, it ruux vraaTun, roar
frame bnlldlnga, vis i
One Barrack: two Offlcera' Quarters; one Cook House.
Also, Btable and Guard llonae of Stockade.
NORTH OF POTOMAC.
Oa TUESDAY, APRIL Z4th at 11 o'clock, n, m, at
FORT LINCOLIT, FOURTEEN FRAME BUILDINGS,
Five Darracks; foar Mete Itaaseai three Officers
Quart era and two email outbuildings Also, two
Stablca and foar outbuildings (stockade) of vnrtoaa
On WEDNESDAY, APRIL Uth, at 11 o'clock, a. m., at
FORT TOTTEN.NINE FRAME BUILDINGS, vUt
Two Barracks l one Mean Uoute; four OOcera Qaar
tera; aad two outbuildings. Also, four Offlcera' Quar
ters. Guard Hone. Btable, and K.tchtu (stockade) of
On THURSDAY, APRIL 201h. nt 11 o'clork.n m , at
FORT b LOCUM, TWENTY-gAE FJtAME BUILDINGS,
Five Bsrraekej fonrMtssIioutee; flveOffleere'Qnar
ters, twollosplUl Wards ( twoEorgeona'Qaarlcrs,nnd
three email ontbulldlnga Also, oae Stable, (log )
On FRIDAY, APRIL 27tb, at llo'clock.o.m, at FORT
STEYENB, FIFTEEN FRAME BUILDINGS, vlst
Foar Barracks ; four Mess Uoasee ; foar Officers ' Quar
ters 1 and three small bonding a of various dimensions.
On SATURDAY, APRIL Shtb.at lOo'ctock.u. ta , a
FORT RENO, FORTY -SIX FRAME BClLDlNas,vlil
Six Barracks; seven Mttt lloates; one Headiuartera
Balldlngl thirteen Officers' Quarters j four Hospital
Buildings; two Btnblea (one large alxc); oae Blacksmith.
Shop; two Forage Bhoda, one Carpenter Shop one
Saddler 'a Shop and eight email bnlldlnga of various
Alao.TWENTY.SEYE BUILDINOSoflog aod stock
Six Officers' Quarters three Store Houses j oae Stable f
six Non-commlialoned OOcera' Qnarleret three Mesa
llonras and eight small outbuildings of varloasdlmea
On- MONDAY, APRIL 30th. at 12 o'clock noon, at
FORT SUMNER, FIlTY-FOUK FRAME BUILDINGS;
Eight Barracks t tea Usee TJoates; twenty Officer
Quaiters) two Stables, (one large else); oeeOfficere'
Meas Honaei two Hospital Warda; one Hospital Cook
Home : one Dend House two Cargeont ' Quarters J eevea
small frame outbatldlngs of various dimensions.
Alao.bEVENTEEN BUILDINGS of log and stockade,
Tbree Sttblea; one Wash House; three 6tore Houses;
two Officers' Quarters; nod eight outbuildings of vart
Time aalea embrace a Urge quantity of Umber, lam
ber.Ac, and aa excellent opporlanity la tbua offered to
land ownera la the vlclnltv of Wntnlngtoa to aecur
building nod fencing materials convenient to their prop
erty The military gnard will remnln upon thn premises tea,
days afttr dale of sale, for protection of property, aad
purchasers (not owners of tbe land) will be reanlred to
remove tbe bnlldlnga, Ac , within fifteen days from tha
date of purcbaie.
llulldloga will be sold singly.
Terms t Cosh la Government funds.
M. 1. LUDINGTON,
Colonel and Chief Quartern neter,
aplS-lOt Dep't of Washington.
i ALE OF DAMAGED CORN.
Caur QoinTis isTia's Orrioi.
Dsfot or WiaiuraTOir,
WasatlATOir, D. C , April 9, 18fl,
Will be sold at public aaetlon, under Ibe direction of
Brevet Lieutenant Colonel J G C.Lee, 1Q.U .at Sixth
ktrcet wharf. Washington, D C , oa FRIDAY, April 20,
I sat), at 10 o'clock a. tn , a large quantity of damaged
Gvveramcut Grain, vli t about
U377 BUSHELS CORN, IN SACKS.
Tbe grain matt be removed by purchaaere within tea
daya from date of aale.
Teruia. Cash, la Government funds,
D. II. RUCKER.
Brevet MaJ. Oca. and Chief Qaar'rm.t-ier,
nlO-dtapao Depot of Wa.hlagtou.
TT O W II U tiVJ
nr tan n.ao or oaa siu.
There Is a doctor la oar town,
A man of practice and reuowa ;
De makes a haadsome Income clear,
And lays np mousy every year.
Now, when he started oat la youth, ,
He had bat little cash la troth ;
But still he'd try hie best to do,
And make a aame aad money too.
He attended lectures, stndled hard,
And very quickly paaaed the board
lie opeoed office, bang ont sign.
Bat many patients coold oot Dad.
Etch day he sat, with saddened face,
For poverty came oa apace ;
At last a frlead gave him advice
Which cbaoged his fortune la a trlea.
Now patleats flocked from far and near,
And kept him busy all the year
Men and women, alt declare,
No doctor caa with him compare.
Tba secret of his great eaccess,
I'll tell yoa If yoa cannot guess j
The seme advice will help yoa all,
Us got a suit from SMITH'S OAK UALL.
SMITH BROS, k CO., '
GENTS YURNlBUINa OOOD9,
4S4 Seventh street.
Just received, tbe largest and Saeet stock of PIECE
GOODS ever offered ta the city of Wnahlugtoa. Having
secured the best artists In the city, we are prepared to
make up la the Fines! Style, aad at lower price thorn
any other esUbli tha.es t.
mhlT &. B, A CO.
TfTBAPriNO PAFER FOI SALE A1