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THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN
S1TM Of ADTIIIII).
Ha aaaava tavaa A.... ...... ..............
OaaanBara, f.ar aaja !
Oaaaqtart, trail 4ii 100
Oa. ftqaar-,Blx4a7a ..... 1 -
. Irari .law dar adwUatmaila, M jt at .411
H.a.l. Twin Mk a4-BrUaar..ala, M fl Mai. aa
altKiBal. X-ltarlal aaUaas U Mil rw lla.aaak Laaaruaa.
A4T.rU.am.ala natfac ...!.. ' Waala,? M
ala, fat Baas toat aaaaaJ, aaa laaanlaa,lai a,au
jar llaal aaaaaaaaat laMrtlaaa balfprtaa.
Bli llaaa ei Uaa aaaatliala a. aaara.
AdTartlaaraaata aaaaU . kaadal la Uton alaa
.'.lock p m.
Sja Cnif (.trAiTHM iarru't Orrtca, )
B Diroror Wa.bii-otob, J
WllKlvaTA. D. C. IfnV IS. 1188. 1
fealetl Proposal, will be received el thle 08.ee mill
THtJESDAT, Ha II, 1MB, at II o'clock m., for the do
It very of ,
TWO TU0U8AHD BUIIflU 07 tJt SLACK ID BUILD
. mo LI Ml,
VClf hlaff Bt Itu thai elf HIT (80) MBBdO le thebaeh.t.
Five kindred (SO0)bBcncle will be delivered at Iho
lUeeli Depot, sear Ibis elty, within Sfleen days from
theaeMBteaee of iii Md, end Ik re-naiainir iitMi i
hundred (l.onO) beihrla to be delivered at the tot-J
a-.-.t--.I-.lai-. l ..-1. -4.. .., lluaaalaaa atllklat
HHWI a- Bis., lal I HIIIBIIVI v -" B--1 I1 .
three months from date of coatrecl, la each qnaaUt.ee
aa may 1 required.
Propoeels should b ad J meed to lk nndenlgaed,
aadpUjalyeadereed, MProPeealaf..r Lime '
D. It BUCKIE,
"revet Mil or l-Uaeral aa Chief Qnertna eater,
iay9S-Ai Depot of Waahiittoi.
niiorosALs for corn meau
Orrtci Ptror Con mom ait or Suiium-rcn,
WasntiOTO. O. C,hfay St. ISO 1
Bale propoeelf , la duplicate, arc la cited until tiT
CBDAT, J Oi. 1 -MS, al 11 , for firiLhUe; the Ink'
lnineo Pcpertmail wlia all Iho COBII MBit that may
b r4tra4 for lhr nailka, froh in 10, IMt.
Tk H.al to k JallTratt M tk wkrf or nllroU
4poi la WMklaiUt, P. 0,, ftt Bkk tlnN.Ul U tmah
SdiiiUtUa h the 0t armfiMaU mar dlxct,XUr rira
Tk Cort Ifaal mat la dallrarad la rood.koaid loar
tarrala, tk eoataJataf oao katdrtd aid Blaatralr
(lM)oaadfrab iniii, ail of gaod narebaitablc
qaalltr Tkt ftfaafwlU b iaipa(4 baora Itlara
rraiatlwlll bo vadataaotbfBidifta tbOiTr
naat auf faralab for dlabaraanaal aa faal aa tka Haal
la d allTarod.
Bldi uvil b addraaaad lotb sadanlfnad. at Vo,
123 Q atraot, oadoraad Propoaala for Cora Haal.
Blddara aro iaqaaatad to M proaaal at tko opoptaf of
Iboblda. E.T. BBIMM,
mjtt.ld BrtTat Major, 0. B. V.
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING
ABT1CLUATTUK W1AUIK0T0H IfATTTiKO.
FATXAtTta'i Orrtci, D. B. Witt,
wiaaif arov, ir. u. , may h. law.
Biarata aaalad ororoaala wilt o raaalTad al
oBa. bbiII thalraldarar Jaaa.lS08.at 10 O'clock a.
m,ft tbo follow) tf artUUa, to bo dallrarod at tko
aaff yard la iMa cltr, Tin
! li nail rod aad twaatv ikaaaaad aavaa baadrad
aid alaalf-aU 0,TW) IVa. I a rot Coppar.Uatqaa lift
io m oiiif f rta oa rHitr'iMiv.iov. iw.a.
aand (1000) catloaa Vflntar-itratnatt SparmOIlt to bo
dalUarad bafora -Tafia 15, 1M8 for Boraaa of Itaaa Ea
Two (2) bbla. Urd Oil ; oaa (L) bbl.ar fortrtwo (it)
ralloia Llaaaod Oil, bolladt Iwalta (11) duiaa -lath
hair roaad tmootk ftlaai twaUa fll) dotal lack
Hand Smooth niaaj twalf 03) doiao 4lieh half
raaao co.oom rutt ; u w m oaai qna. iy for vinaa
Two b no-trad (S00) Air Tort (JImmo, for Baroa of
Oi tbonaaid (1,000) biahala Cbaraoal.fof Baraaa of
laraa aia uo.it.
Bovaatr-BT (73) ivoia. rorii oao uoiaaia ti,vw)
)bi Bntrar, to bo bit alaadard ll all raipaeta for Ba
raaa of TroTlaloaa aad Clotblnfa
Fjr dlaaaalaaa ao aekdalo at tbla oflao. Tbo abovo
artlclaa to bo dallvarad fraaof oat totko OoTarmaat
for fralf bt or tra a portal! oi, aad at tbo rlak aid tx
MiM of tbo party faralablit;.
tnjji-it raymaUr, U. 6. It.
PROPOSALS FOR FUEL.
QraiTlaBAiTlVaOrrtcg, U.S. Hiitsanoipa,
WiiaiioTOir. May 18, 1S8. (
Saalad propoialo will bo rtaalrod at tkUoBeoaatll
THDR8DAT, tbo IStk day of Jaao, l&M, at 1 o'cleak, p.
n. , for atpp1ylir Wood aid Coal to tbo 0. 8. Hanaaa,
al Waiblagioa, D, a.doriag ibo flical yoar oadlag
aotkof Jaao, 1M7, tbo wood to bo good Btarchaatablo
oak, aad to bo dtllrarad, pllad, maaanrtd, aad laapoetad
at aoeb poita wltbla tba walla of tbo MaUo Barracka
Bamaybo daalgaaud by Ibo coumaadlaf narlao ofll
aar, froo of oxpaaao to tbo Called 8tat.a. Tko coal to
bo bailwbltoaafa aatbraalto og r coal, froo from doit,
aadtowalgh laltf poiada to too toi. to bo wall bad,
laapMtad, aad dallTarod at aaeb polata wllkla tbo walla
of tko Ifarlao Barracka aa may bo dalffaald by tba
c ommaadrtir raaaioo oOear, froo of iinm to tho DalUd
Hi tea, and botk wood aid coat to biforilahad'apoo
tbo qtarurly raqoUltloa of tbo oommaidlig offioar,
akow.ag tho qiaatltlaa roqalrod, agrooably to rtgala
Uona. Faymaata will bo mado apoa tho rooalptof aoooaaU
da)r aalbaatlcAtod by aa'd ooiimaadlos offlcar.
Tba rig hi la raiarfod to rajt all blda ooaaldarod bb
roaaoaablo. A c aaiaitoo,to bo algaod by two rMpoaalblo pnont.
whoaa raapoaalblllty naat bo oortlflod to by tho Oaltod
f-taUa DUtrtel Jadgo, Daltod Staloa PlatrUt Aitoraay, or
UalUd B tatoo Collector, naat aaoompaay oaok propoaal j
olbarwlio It wilt aot bo oosildarad.
To booidoriod "Fropoaala for Faal, ' aad addnaaod
to tho aadorolf aad. WILLIAM B. BLACK,
Major aad Qaartormaaur,
PROPOSALS FOR HEATING FORDU
TUB AT BE.
CailP QtTABTBkBTAtTtB'a OrPICB, )
PtroT or WiiaiaaToir, J
WASBiitaTOV, P. O , May IS. IMA.
Toatod rropoaala will bo rocaWed at tbla offlco aatil
TUISD AT, Jaio 13, lBoo, at 11 o'clock, m , for tho bMt
lac. by ito-m, (dlnet radlatloa ) Ibo balldlog la tbla
lUrkaowB aa rORD'B THEATKE, Bad tbo two amall
balldlaga ao peeled therewith.
Blda ahould bo acoompaalad bplaaa ahowlar tho
maaaar la which It la propoeed to do tbowork, aid
atato tho amoBat of radlatlag aarfaco propcaad for, with
Tho work moat bli oomplatod by tbo firat day of Bop-
Ko blda will bo arlurtalaed Kept tboao from poraooa
whoartkiowBto befa (hi a bnlaoaa aad eaa rarer to
almllar work whlcU baa btaa oxacatod by them.
Hair or tho amoolt aUpoUUd to bo paid for tho work
will bo paid oa Ua domplatloi, aad tba remalaln;ono
half will bo tl a r A nattl tho heatlDK capaelilaa of Iho
apparalaa aball havb boaa thoroaghly Uetod aid foaad
nu j... itm uaa ik'a kalldtn.. aid NaalTi laformalloB
Ib rafaraaco to tbo work by applylag- to Mr, EDWAHP
CLABK, GoTerimerrt Anbltaet, Ko 898 Foarth atraat,
OPPOailO lillT U4UI, nHiiKii.a.H.v.
Propoaala aboald bo addramd to Ibo nadml.ri.ed,
Valaly aadoraad, Propoaala for Baiting Ford'a Tbo
itro.' D, II. RDCKEB,
BroTot Mai. dia. aid Chief Qaartermaatar,
nyH td Depot of Waab tag-ton.
-I OVERNMENT SALE OF THE MIL-
IT ITART KAILROAP AT BBAI08 BAHTIAUO,
WmiUTorf. P. 0. , April 19. IMS.
Tho attention or eapltailata eaeklng a profltablola
TMlmenl 1c InTlUd to thla aalo.
Sealed Propoaala will bo reoolTOd it tbo office of the
Qaarterauater General. (Plrlaloa of RUer and Railroad
Transportation,) Waahlngtoa, P. 0. , until the Aral day
of JanoBexl, alll o'clock, m, for tbo pure hue of all
tbo right, title, and Internal of tka United Btntee la aid
to tho Celled Btatee Military Railroad from Braaoo Baa
tlico to White! Raache, Texan.
Tho aalo will laclado Iho entire track and eldlage,
ba'ldlBga, water aUtlona, turntablaa, brldgea, Ao , the
rallroaoTmataiiala aad aoppllae pertaining to the road,
together with iho rolling atock, care. uaahlBery. Bad
0lTLaVUPwmnotlaeInJe the title to tho land, which
doea aot belong to tbo United Btatee.
Thle road ta aboat tea mlloe la length, aad xtenda
from Breioo Mntlago lo Whlta'a Raoche, oa tho Rio
Ornndo From Ihlo point eoaaoctloa la made by ateataer
With Browne lllo nad MiUmoraa.
Thla Mala ! tka ahnrtaat Bad fc.lt for thO ImmOBaO
tretae between the Onlf of Mexico aid the Interior of
Boatbern Texae and nortnera vox.eo, ana inooomino
Blcntloa by rail alone eaa readily be ex leaded to
Tbo road already completed bbtoi thirty mltee or diffi
cult and tortoone narli atlon. Bdnta oatbertTcr bow
charge. Ilia elated, for freight to Brow a utile, an high
B.B5 per barrel, and for raaaeniereBl each,
Tho road le fire feet gunge, good tlee, T rail, aad fall
Mora partlealar deaeriptloa of tho property eaa bo ab
tal.ad at thla office, or nt tnit of tbo Chief Qoartarmatter
A'.mary Plrtalon of the Onlf, at Wow Orleana.
A ooudltloa of tho role will bo thai trnaaporUtloB
a till bo fornl.bad for all Government troop, and eap
pllee, whenever required, at the ratoa paid by Govera
inent al Ike llmo to tho Hew York Central railroad.
The term, of payment accepted will be tboao ooaald
ered tho moat favorable to the Government.
Ten percent, caeh, la Our em meat faade. tobo paid
ea acceptance r propoaal. ...
Tho GoTerBtaeat rcierTca tho right to rej ct any-
Propoaale ebould bo endowed "Propoiali for pureha-o
of Breton Bantlago and Ulo Grnndo Railroad,' f nad nd
droaaedtotho PlT.eloa of Ulver aad Kail Tmniporla.
tlen, Qaartermaatar Oaneral'a Olfleo, WaahlngtoB, P. a
By order of the "r-MUjOy.rrt
Brafot Colo a el aad A. L M la charge Fourth PI-
Tlaloa.,Q M. O. 0 kP'"t
lYI WaaainoTOir. May IS, 1M
Sealed. Propoaalawlll be received al tbla offico aatll 11
o'clock m . oa WEDHESDAY, Jaa 8. 1898. for grading
aad craveillog O etreol Bortb, from Hew eraey aveao.
to Verment avenue, . , ,t Ml
BlddmwlUatalo Iho price per enbld yard forgradlig.
oaly to bo paid one way, that which menaaroa the moil
".(."" la. apprafrlaUP. U1 P14 UI ,U.
pR0r0S.UA FOR ENVKLOrES.
Foot Ornci DifitTBtrr, I
WiiimoTOH, D. at May U, ltM.
Baatad PropoaaJa will o rooolTod al tbla Dapaxtaatat
aaUl Jaao 15, al S oalock. a, n , f-r f ara.ab.ai lavo
lopao roqalrod for tko oVafaf bom of Firalmaatara al Aral
aad aaooad daaa oOaoa, daria( a parlod of two yaara
fronibolatof Jotr. lWi Tfco oallaatad aambai of
ivoiopaa inai win o roqairoa ib ieiiwi
Claw 1700,000 BaTlopo fr Clraalara, 6H by S
CUM 1 T JIOO.OOO BiTotopoi, oUby SU '
Claaa.J-',000 ' Xby3H '
Claaei. 400.000 , fif "
viaaoo.aaw,ow r ivmdtv
Claaal. U , ". 1W4U
Al ordiaatT oatvlltrof as savor will aaawor for tbo
niTOlopaaof Claaal. TkoaoofClaaa 9 art to bo a-ado
oi aiaauia papar, oi ira iia oral uiiara, aaa aao
otborf of bmff or oroaai-oolorod popo't f apprortd
All tbo KiTolopoa hbI bo aaado la tbo moot tbor
oigb btaiaor. wall cttB.a4 for oallif apoa iko oatlro
Itajlh of tko lap of oath BiTalopa, aad tanal ban aieli
BriBtlandbBlharuuaaaTb4lraU4 kr tko Ptrtt
naalor antral Tboy raw bo baadod la parcala af
i waller a to, pmaaoa i vwioara , v va.aia
130 Batalopoo, tbo bosoo tbo wrappod la alroafpapor,
j Ia kaaai( IraVaiatvirtAllimam Ihrnk k tka maVlla. Wkll
aqnaatlly aotloaa tkaa 1,000 Eiralopata raqatrod to
flit tko ordorof aPtulr,lha notl bo pal apli
traif woodaa boxoo, aid. la t Ubor taao, propar labolo
oi airoauoa- mm ruaw-my w.n ta
Irarlur aa dlrtMUtl B an. at of tkta DanartBaaat.
TbtXaTalapM aobPl bfaralibtd la aiak qaaatltla
aa nay from Una to Hmo bo raqalrtd to all looorAara
of Pooitaaatoro, aid b dalitaraJ oltbar at tbo Ifaw Tork
PoalOalM, oral tbo Btaiap aa4 XiTOtopo Jtffaiay li
Wow Tork, aatboPftataMaUrOaaorat roay 4lroct,fno
OI aoai lor paaaiag aaa irai.ponatioa. v
BldaarOaJMlalUiI for faralaklac 4 000.000 IlTOt
opaa, tnaroorlaao, lo bo aaod la oovariaf daad lattoro
raloraadio wtiUra, to bo tkoroagkly asado of A good
qialllyof kfaallla papor, wrU fanaaod, .10byS
lacn.a. iHHTi.piiiiMimii r,1B,Ba F"
tbomaanaybo dlroatod by tbo po.tnaatar Oaaaral
Alao, 100 009 EarolopM, nora or law, to bo tborooably
mada of tbo boat oaalllr of wbU or baa aar. to bo 4
by 8 910 laabaa la alao, kidtokftvo tko wordo MPoat
OfflaoPapartaaaa', "QffltUl Baalaoaa," aad "root
maator,' pilatad oa tbam la tbo aaaaiar proaerlbod by
Tboao KaToIopao roatt bo dtUvorod af tbo Foal Offlco
PopartPioDtli waakligtoi, P. C.la goodordar,raady
tt im, froo of ooal for pack. a f aad traaaportatloo, aad
atthoraloraboalSS,oooporwoak. Tko aratdalWary
oi too Biraiopaa ipaoiaoa aooro w do bim aa oany im
Jaly aa practiaablo.
Bpodnaaaof tbo dlffaraat klada or laTotopoi. for
whiah vrapoaaloarolBTllod, nay bo bmjb by applylag
to Iko PoattaiMUraof Iko fellowtac ofleoo. Tin Haw
Tork. H. T.i Boatoa. Uasa.l Pkllaialvkta, Fa. I Balti
more, Md,: orlkaynaybo obtalaod dlroot from tbla
Iddara will bo oxpootad to firatik apaclmaaa of Ibo
ooaaldarod aafoaaoffarod by Maaafaotarori of IkTal
opaa, aroompaalad by aatlafMtory gaaraatooa.
1 B fricv Ul, U IIIIUIIIJ VI ..wri.t uiuml
will both bo Ukaa lata ooaaldaratloo la awardlag tho
Boid aad aocartty will bo roqalrod for tbo faltbfit
porformaaco of tko ooatract, aad all paymaata aador It
will bo mado qaartarly.
1 00 DIOI IB It HI a. p Bi-h " Kvygiui mi wiun
Bataraod Latter EoTalopoa," kod add renal to tbo
Third AaiUttat roatmutor Caaaral
W. DESK. BO I.
wyM ootCJJo roatmaaur Oaoaral.
p 0 VERNMENT SALE OF MOLASSES.
Orrtci Piror Commimait op SiraaiaTiircB, )
Waaai-OTOJT, P. V. . May IS. IBos. t
Raalad nroMula. la d a nil cata. of Ibo form faralabod
ino aaaarairaaa, win no nni'ia ai iai. ohm u.n.
.-, . ,.;i- '.. .. .... a.t
clock, bl( ob Til UEfl DAT, May 11, 1 Wo, for tho aalo
(Mbarreta avaraglif aboat 41 galloia oaah, aad 479
half barrela aTeractog aboat 29 galtoaa oaah. )
Propoaala will aot bo received for loaa thaalhroe (3)
barrel, or flf e () half barrele.
All tbo packagaa bate been reraored aid reeoooarad,
batifdeafred by tho pnrabaaer will bo ragaaged.by a
reliable loipeelor Ufora thalr dallverv. It caa be eeea
at tbo aabalalaaoo Btoro-honao, at Sixth atroal wharf,
Waiblii toi, P. 0 or eamplea will be fonnd with the
following offlcara i
Bfet.1 Brlf. Oca. n. T. Clarke, BOO. B., U. B. A.,
Ktw Tork City.
BroTOtBrtg Ceo. C.L. KUbarn, A. C 0. S., U, S.
A.. Philadelphia, Pa,
Bra Tat Bria Oea. T. WUaoi. T. 8. aad Btaret U.
Col , Capt and C. B , U. 8, A., Baltlmoro, Md.
FarmoatlaOevorameatfaBda, aboat Sfly per oent. of
whUh wilt bo reqnlrod ob ibo aaaaptanaeoi ino ia,ai
The remainder beforo the dellrary eommeieea.
no bid raoelTod from paniaa wbo bivo laiiaa to eon.
nl -allh Ikalv aaairaala.
Blddara aro roqaoated to bo prcMat at tho apealag of
thalr blda. . , . .
Ait parohaaeo will bo leaded at ibo OoTeramoal wharf
la WaahligtOB, D. 0., free of oxpeiee.
Tbo iinal roMrratloa by the Ooverameit In rkird to
BIO will MHrira, --" ,
nylS.mwfSt Mi), aad a ., U. B, A.
Baala nt-Muli will bo r.al red by tho Balaralaried
aitll 11 o'clock m ob FRIPAT. Jaao 1, for botldtag a
three-feat barrel icwer, (lailde diameter,) tho walla to
bealno laaho. la thUknMa,la the alley of Bqnare Ho.
A.andaloBff Mlaioarl BTenBO aad Third etreotweatto
tbeeaaalt theeewar to haTO aach inanbolaaM aid
"dropo" aalheCommlaaloner maydlroet.
Blddara will auto Ihopneo per Uaeal foot for tho
newer asd pr place ror the 4maBholee"aBdMdro pa,"
which aball laclodo all ozcaTattoae. Tho aaceeaafal
bidder lo bereapoialbleforall damage doao lo gae or
water ptpea, or aiy aaaidenl oaiaod la Iho eoaatractloB
Tbo right to decline any or all propoaala, iboald 11 bo
deemed foeeeaary, la reaarred.
atoieraof ImproTomeita aay day from 10 a. m till 11
o'clock m.eral any Umo byealUafOB tho CommU
BpeciBaaiioie aai oo oeea ai ibo ohco vi - vvnnia-
Blooer of Ike Foarth ward.
Nnu tint nraetleal machaalae naad bid.
JAMIS J, CAMPBELL,
n yM'dtd Com mlaatOBar FoBrthWai;d.
IA-AV AQXlIi OliiH.
JiaaaiAB S, Black,
uIack, LAMON 1 CO.,
Oou.aiLLOaf 4md ATTOMarl at law
1.1 TU1 B0P.I CUDRTOrTHIUIlTUIITlTU,
IH C00ET8OP TH SltTKICT,
TOI IXICDTIT1 DIPAKTaKKTS 1SD
ootiuiTTiit or (loioiii.
orncx, us roustiiiiTn rrxirr,
dall'U Pliaally OppoalU WUlard.1 lloUI.
ATTOSaiT 1BD 00OT.IM.0 AT IAW.
0I. .. taa aartaaaataaraaioir aad nft.aala alraata,
ppoilta Ua Mat aatraaaa af laa Traaaarj
1 VaUdtaf. Waaalailaa
CllT, D. C.
IMaada HpaaUUr it alalau ap.a tka UalUddUUt.
TyriLlTARY AND NAVAL OLA1M
0, I, BUHDT, CO.,
tU PenairUaala BToaae, (oppoelto WlUarda' UoUl,)
WABBIHOTOlf , P. a
J. P. Bbthbbt, Sq tfaaiaa at, H. T.
Podoi, Combtook A Bbowb, H. T.,
aad otbere. aot
touh b. wnexleb. william h. brtaht.
johh b. whTelibaco.,
Baal little Broken aad Attorney! for Claim, a-alait
tho Uaiud Btatee. Office AW Beventh etroot, belweaa
P aad B eireete, aecoad Btsry, P. 0. box, 831,
D. a City Propartr. aad Marylaadand Virginia
rarui booght and Bold on commliiloa, Refarancem
hlahard W.llaak Ban . Uarorof Waahl.fton t 09. A.
Uaa.au, Kaq , Clerk- Com. Ware and Meaue, llonae of
Kcp.i Win. U. Weat, Xaq.. Chief Clerk Trcaa. j
Mhi ra. Perry A Bro.. merebnnta. oc
p A R D .
N, H. MILtKR,
JO IT I CM OF THS PEACE,
OrriCE, BO. 411 BIBTU STREET WEST,
Would reipoetfally Inform hie friend, nnd the public
tib trail ihai kn la BewatUndinx lo all lei
eseh aa adnlnlaUrtng the Amneaty, an well an all other
sea aa ad miniaturing tho Amneaty, an well
ia, Drawing Laaae., Peed a.Wtlle, Power of Attorney,
Ldfeid anlTcaant Rotlcaa, o.a Aa.
iai advleaglTea la all III braaehea.
df- PartieularaUenUonpaid to Iho eollettloa ofdabU
aad aiaiwta in r.aarBi . nwi'
i ni nnrnuRTl.
TB. I . 4""i H,T "".
U-.-a. t Vaaai aatal
Tb. tiaalaa la Ikl. oaaaa baTla, raporlal IM ka bad
ld pailo(loill..l, la iqaaia ., ! . Ik. plaa of
iBaellTdl waaaiBfwo.ia pai.uaa.. ., .-......
IoiiiCUTTO,.nHo, aad lba Ul aald damn
V 2 A ..1I.J slt. talal laIBlBl f Ilia I
L It la ordered, al Ckaabera. thla Hth day bt May.
I IBM, that the aald aalo bo, aad tha iamo le hereby, rail-
fled aid ooa firmed, aaleu oanae l me contrary
nhowa oa or noioro io iia ay or, jbio, ""'" v.
Tided a oopy of UU order bo PBblUbod lathe HAiloait
KBlDBUaB ni iiiniin) iinoa in bbbb i i"
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TT A R V K R S MAOAZINE.
" VOLUME K, WUMDEg 191,
HEW TORK, Ama, IBM.
Tkivaaaalaaa.laB af COBBraaB OIBBOt fall tO bl IB
maay toapacta the moot momcBtoae la tho hlatory or
oar aoTeramcBt. la accordnnro with raqaaate re
CaUdly argod from maay qiartore, the KdUoraof Ibo
agaalaowTll oxtead the "Moitilt Kicobdob Citb
BiBTETBire,' ao aa to praaent a fall aeooiatof the
prominent menanroa probpaod, tho argamoBte by
which they aball bo adTuoated aad eppoaad, aad tbo
final actloatikeB la raipact to tbam, with abitraeta of
alltmporuat docameata which will bar .after form a
part of tbo hlatory of tko g roaurtaaa through watch iho
aatloBle paaalng. It will bo tho aim or tho writer of
the Xacord lo praMBt a fair etatement ef facta aid of Iho
expired optolone of repreacilattre mea; aot to at
A.lk Via aaaaama wlafaa
Tho oxUaaloa of a partlealar Poparimant will la bo
wlaa affiat tho leaoral ecope of Iko Magailao, which
Will OOBUBBO to DO Ut'owa IO Juii.ra.at", buhm iu
prorement and AH. Ample arrangement haTO bna
nada. with old aad aew eoetrlbotore. for fnralahlng
matter la ererT depattmeat,
tikIsiok uirVje'S HaOlXMI HDWUIIT,
haabBvmoeroi uarpor tii. ) nvn "
tooaobaadred percent, more matter than any other
American nagatlae liened at tho eamo pr.e,and nearly
donblotho qnantlly eontala.d lathe popular Britlah
nagatlBea, each aa tho Cornhlll, " "Temple Bar,"
had "London Society " and Mrenty-flTe per cent.
lore than tba bait crowa unuaa MBgaiina,Bva aa
Blackwood." Uraeer," and tho "Pablla DalTer-
Unrper'a MagaiUa,oae copy for one year $4 00
Harper a B(j, vyi " -
ai exUa oopy of either Iko Weakly or tha Magaalao
-III t.a ..nnllad araUa to arerT clab of flTO Blbacrlberi
ai 44 each, in one remltUoee, or alx coplee for SJO.
Bon ad Tolnmaaef the Magnlne, each folomecoa
tailing the Bombcra for alx montba, will bo fnrnlabad
for SJ per Tola toe. aad aent by mill,poatago paid.
Uand ? olamen or the Weekly, each Totome eontalalng
tbo aambere for one year, will be famished for 17,
eight by expreai pald.tbe welshl or ine TOinmeo Ming
-yond that allowed la the mall.
4 ltmiiad lonlxi of ad r art lein ante will bo la
earud la the Magailao al the follow lor rale. : One paita.
clrealatlOB of the MagatUo la larger than that of any
aluOar periodical la iko world AdvartliemeaU will
alio "bo laeerted Ib iko Weekly at SUO a llaa oa
tk. I.. I J a. anJ 19 a llaa Bl tkfl BBtaldO. for OBCk tBICr
Uootwhero adTertlaomontaaro dlaptayad, the charge
wIlIboforlbOBambarof eolld linea ooalalaed la Uo
apace w hlch la occupied ... . i ,
BTbe poatage ua the Mgaitiol WW 14 eeata a
rear, and the Weekly SO ceata a year.rayable qnar
terly, acml yearly, or yearly, allho offlco where re
iabecribera to tho MAaniaa aid WliitT will lad
oa each wrapper tho A'amor with which their aob-
wcwWaenbacrlpUoa, II la dcalred that the Bomber
with which It lelo eotnwuiwe ahenld bo elated. Tkt
same of tko laoecribor. nno ion aoaraii, iaciaiai
Coaaty aad SUte, ibonu bo dlaUactly wiitUa : Thaa-r
"Itaaew aabacrtpUoB to Hagaslno or Weekly com
nomoer . jonn ( awai,
la ebanglng tho dlroctloa, tho old ib well aa tbo acw
addraca akoald bo glT.a t Thae "Change addreae or
Magaslao or weeny j iron oain. .hi.vi
Pike coaaty, Ohio, to Mary Adams, FraBklli, Alle
gheny eoaaty, Fein.'
Thl M....ID nad Weakly aro alwaya atopped whoa
the term of of eabaoriptloB expiree. It le not Bceeaaary
The Tolnmoe of the Mngailao eommeBCO with tn
Wombereroru-ic and Inember or each year. Snb
ecrlptloaa may oommenoe with nay Bnmbar. Whoa
bo tlmo la i pe I fled, It will bo aaderetood that the anb
acrlber wtihea to begta With tbo fint aambarof tho
enrreatVolnma, aai back anmbera will bo cent ac-
WTho Volamea of tbo Weakly commence with tbo year,
Wh.. ao tliaa la ipaaltad, II will ba njd.tilojd Ib.t
laa ioa..rliar wiia.a w aomai.aaa wua i.. .
aail aTUMha racalpt e( ala ordar.
Ba.k aamb.r.lot Ulk Hataalaa aai Waakl? a
alwaTB be aappllo4.
I. r.llll.,W DUluroat-O-rloiqatiEoraDaAfT
apoa B.w fotk, Jxipot I. IH oritr ef llarpw
llnUml, I. praf.rabla 10 fcaak BOM., aa, aboald l"t
Ord.r or Drafl ba lo.t or atolaa, U oa. ba r.aawad
wltboal lo.a lo Iba aaadar. .. '.. -.
Tor .al. br nUDIOR TATLOIC
NEW POEM UY wiirrriERi
TIOKMOR A IHLD8
rCBLiailD FBBBPABT 17,
A WlBTBB IDTL.
By JOHH O WU1TT1ER,
Anther of "Ma ad Mailer," etc., etc ,
Iiona beautifully printed Toloina.wllh a Ina Portrait
of Uo Aatbor, and aa lllnalratla vf bla Birthplace, tho
acaeofthePoam. Price, Bl S3
Huthlng that haa ever appeared from oar fiTorlte
Hew EnjiTaad poet will have a eloaer homelBterel tbaa
thle admirable production. It telle the etory of fala owa
boyllfe amid Ibo hardahlpc and plaaaaraa of that
atortny eemoa of tho year, bo full or Tlcla.l lade aid
danger to tho d wellcra oa our rocky eoaat. Thousand
of roadera wUl thank anew tho poet who eaa make
"TBO WlUi.r joj.mrir u;.v.. .
uritk U..it Ha... a aawn haanllfol lltil Bt tha cloiO OI tbC
poem, all tboao who peruae Buow-Bound cannot fall to
"7IBp"Aad dear aadearly frlcade-tho few
WBo yet remain e nan pan. -iw
Thaao riemlah pletarea of old day
Bit with mo by the hemeilead hearth.
And etretch tho baide or mem. ry forth
To warm lbem at the wood Sre'a blaic I
Aid thaaka nitraced to llpa a. known
Shall giacl me like ibo ode re blown
From umeen meadow aewly mows.
Or lUUi floating taiowe pond,
Wood-fringed, the wayelde gain beyond I
The traveller owm Ike grnlafal ccnae
Ofiweetpen near, bo know aot whence,
And, paaalng, lake wltn foreheads bare
Tho beaodlctioB of tha air. "
ttAiMra wtviTi.-v pnnT.ieniD
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- moMiser tho Oevrerw.me.et aro Ftabllatiod
THE NATIOlfAXiUWIOlf CIdtJII.
The following is the list of officers and
platform of principles of the Uhtoh National
Olcs of Washington, D. 0:
Offlcora of th MbUobU TJalon Clwb.
Hon, ALEX. W RjINDALL, of Wisconsin.
Hon. D. a KORTON, of MlnocioU.
Hon. W, F. JOHNSTON, of PoonnylTBola,
ADHAM WAKEMAN, f Haw York,
Hon CIIAa K, PUELTS, ofMaIand.
Hon. TUADDEUS WBLLES, ef CoonacUcut.
Hon. A. Jd-KUYKSNOALU of Illloola.
Hob. W, OOOODLOB.ofKentaeky.
J AS.' B. SMITH, of WIioobiIo.
Oca. JAB. B STKADMAN, of Ohio.
CUA8. B. WILKINSON, of Mliionri.
Got. . a ALLXV, WaAhlBEtos. D. a
BAUTB. LAUrrER, of PoaoiylTula.
J, B. FERGUSON, of Tooboiiob.
0. E. nrrTENIIOUSE, (Preildent KnllonaJ Bank
of Commeroo, And oftha arm of JUtUnhoote,
Fowler A Co.)
BXBCCTITB COM MITT 11.
lTon. ORBRN OLAT SMITH, of Kentucky.
HOn. THOMAS N. BTILWEX.L, of Indiana,
Hon. W. A. BUULKiaU, of Dacotah.
Jlontit fnvUtion it mytourogt; tk ContMntum
$myguU$; and in tk poplt $ wiyiti.A, Ai
PLATFORM OP TnE NATIONAL TJHI0H CLUB.
1. Rstolvat, That wa tra now, h haretoforo,
ardently attaobod to tha TJalon of th Stalei under
Ibo Constltntlon of tha Unltod Etatoi; that wa deny
tba right of aay Stata to sooede, and hold that all
atUmpti at Boeaitlon aro nail and Toldf that all tho
Statoi art now States of tbli Union, as before tbo
robeltlon, and wa deny tha power of tha General
Government, coder tba Constltntlon, to axelade a
State from tha Onion or to fovern It ad a, Territory
3. Rtsolvtd, Tbat oar oonfldonea In tho ability,
Integrity, patriotism, and statesmanship of Presi
dent Johihom li nndlmtntibed, and wa cordially
approTB tht general poltoj of hit admlnlitratlon.
8. JUtoltvd, Tbat wo endorse tba resolution of
Congress of Jaly, 1881, deolariDg tb object of tba
war on oor part to ba tba defence and maintenance
of tha Qprtmaoy of tbo Constitution and tho pro
erTBtlon of tbo Union, with tba dignity, equality,
and rlghta of tha several States unimpaired.
4. Rtsolvett, That, In tho language of tho Chi
cago platform of 1890, and ai quoted by tbo lata
President Lib com In hU first Inaugural addrou,
Tha maintenance Inviolate of tho rights of States,
and especially of tba right! of each Stato to order
and control Its own domestlo loitltutlonamoeordlng
to Iti own Judgment exclusively, subject Inly to tho
Constltntlon of lha Unltod Stalei, (j cue nt 11 to
that balance of power on which tha perfection and
endurance of our political fabrlo depends."
S. Ruoivtd, That noder tha Commotion of tbo
United States la rokcrrod to tho s.TCral States the
right to prescribe tbo qualification! of electors
thereto; and that It would bo rubTersIvo of tho
principle! of our G oven, men t for Congress to force
unlTersal intTraga upon any portion of lha coot. try
In opposition to tba known wlshai of tbo oltltoai
0. Rttolwd. "That thla Union most bo and re-
main ono and Indivisible fore Ten," that tba war
loriti preserTation having been brought to a tri
umphant alose, ad tha lopremaoyof tho Consti
tution vindicated, tbo rights of tbo Stated nndor
tho Constltntlon aro to be maintained I oriole to,
and tbat loyal eltlsani within the State! and dis
trict! lately overrun bj rebellion are entitled to all
tbo right! guaranteed to them by tha Constltntlon,
r. IittolvJ, That all the States of tha Union aro
entitled hy tbo Constitution of the Unltod Bates
to representation In the eounclli of tba nation, and
that all loyal members dnlj elected and returned,
harlng the requisite qualifications as prescribed by
law, should bo admitted to tbetr leato In Congress
without unnecessary delay hj their respective
House!, each Home being the Judge of the election,
returns, and qualifications of ltd own members,
8. RtMolved, That treason Is a crime which should
be punished, and tbat wa are opposed to compro
mising with traitors by bartering "unlTersal am
oesty" for "unlTersal luflrage,'
0. JtoiW, Tbat the payment of the national
debt U a laerod obligation, nerer to bo repudiated
and that no debt or obligation Incurred In any man
ner whatever In aid of treason or rebellion should
OTsr be assumed or paid.
10. Rtoivd. That we cordially endorse tbo res
toration policy of President Jo hi son as wise, pat
riotic, constitutional, and lo harmony with tbo
loyal sentiment and purpose of tho people In to
oppression of the rebellion with the platform
upon which be was elected with tbo declared policy
of the late President Lib com, tbo action of von
tress, and the Dledees rlren during the war.
11. iiWtW, Tbat the nation owes alastlngdcbt
of gratitude to the soldiers and sailors of tha lata
war for the suppression of tho rebellion, and that
tha families of the fallen heroes who died tbat tbo
country might lire, aro tbo wards of tho people,
and should be oared for by tho Government,
Ab I S A R M K D 1 l
TDE CniEV CAUSES Of PESTILENCE PESTr.OVSD,
PS. BCOURTARET'8 MBIMXCTINGTLUIS- &
cored by Letter. Patent In tbo Untied State aad France,
ifara.t aol.lv hv the Mow Toix DLtnfeUii, Com
ranr. at tbetr Laboratory, Woe. Z9A, S00, aad 90S Henry
airait,!. T. Offlco, Cedar atre.t,
ir.iarAmn.BT artraalied on a Mrinaneat oa.Ii. with
l f. .-! .Wa .Jaka.tajl BfanakBB Phamiat la. .h.Pt.
or its Laboratory, ta prepBred to rnrni.h ite DisinrscT4 slavery, the frecdmcn are entitled to unre-
u .- -t-l. .... aaaa....a al Bl.U.I. aval... I...! .. .1 . . ... .
vitrina far atek room., nurt.r ea. nrlnali. water'
.I...I. nrl-rla-.- aaaiooo.. ..War. Bnttef.. thlDB. rail'
...aa a....i,u.U tit-tana., ami. Bafalla In.tltntlonnof all
klada', lUngtater-nonie., vtTal and fat-boll log catahllah
bienta j all klnde of maouiea, (fmrncaccy lo cresting the
Tilae or ino latter to every isrmer,, nou wnr-T.rpoi
.-. aaiai Atranai.a Kaa.a .slit. Tbaae nicenta are de
odortiare, aatUapiles, and put re .cent., and dl.larectants
la the etlentlSo ineanlnr of tho worda. Tb.y remove
noxious vaMS and oJora by chemical p-lnclpUe leaving
i ih.i niaeaa htnlihfut air. tbcr are DI.TBOTBaa. aad
not wicrey uhtorttntt of ptiUonon. gaaea not Injnrlooa
to nianailaia wbicn iur r o.a. in. bmbiumjb wi
...J.., aad aetanllflB ta.B la dlr.Ct.J to tb.ta dUlnfect
b la. Attached are tcilnonlal. In r.vor or tbla great
discovery, which, with hundreds of other., can be. ceo
4-ai.AT an IIUl'l, .I .... ..-p .-.-.
Toth Prtitdtqf tlnlffU Tork Dtltntcltitff Cbaa-
7ia'fiiB. It la all it l. ranra.eatcd to ba Wo have
fad. maoT trials of dlalof.ctanta, bat bow con.lder
that we have fonnd aa article which enrpuaea all
other, aa a remedy af Blast all bad odore.
KbwTobb, April 0, 1MI
To tht rrutdtnt of t Vw lorn Iitifdtng Cvn-
ffnlnBiBi We nronennte ll without exception lo be
tbo bst we have .-.r known, lu effect opn every
matter is complete ana in.t.ni.n-uu-.
C. A. STBTBo,AatorRouae.
- M n TK... Til.lnr.rtantl BIB B..d bT the BCaT-
engera, dnder the direction of the "enllary Police of the
K.trn noli tan Health Department, Kew Tork
, 0WBLL TU0M1805,
41 Cedar etreel, M. T. ,
Oenernl and Bole Agents for Iho United Btatee and the
Cnnadaa, to waom au eraera ubiu w..nHt
Vat ..la br all Drnaal.ta aad O.aaral Ii.al.r. la laa
Ualt.a biai.. aaa ua.aaa.
nnnEASUR?' DEPARTMENT, OFFICE
I ConrraoL.Ba or T.l CoaaaacT, Wainiaoioa,
Ua 38, 18M. , ,
Holla. 1. b.rbv alraa lo all paraoaa who aaia elalma
...i..i t.ThaU.rA.aut Halloaal Baak al Waablar.
loa." D. 0.. tbat tk.r ma. praaaaltba .ana aad m.a.
Util prool tb.riof lo JiUU a KSMSSDr. B..ll.r .1
Laval proof taareoi loianasv. D,am-iw. -v-n-. - vtiyu- uvvt-w. , . .-w -jv..., -
said Bank; at Waahuitoa, p. ovoa o ai?n. K wo are earnestly desirous of WClUtnV
''layeVdVi"11, CoapticUe. &&?. ting the Vork of reorganiiaUon, t$n look
MAY 81f 1800.
la this Papr hy Aathorltr of TUB FftESinKHT.
Ay. I saw her, wo hats met
Married eyes bow sweet they bej
Aro yott happier' Margaret,
Than yon might hive boon with mo ?
Silence 1 make no more adoL.
Did she think I should forget t
Mattort notbleg, though I knew,
One et hose eyeeVfull sweet, full shy,
Told a certain thing to mine.
What they told no I pot by,
O, ao earelesr of the sign.
Such an easy thing to take,
And I did not want It then
Fool t I wish my heart woatd brink,
Scorn Is hard on hearts of men. ,
Scorn of self Is bitter work.
BacU of ui has Mt It now.
Bluest skies she counted mWk,
Self betrayed of tyeo and brow
Ai for mo, I went away.
And a better man drew nigh,
Fain to earri, with long essay,
What tho winner's hand throw by, m
Matton not In deserts old,
What was horn, and waxed, nd yearned,
Tear to year its meaning told,
I am come-Jla deep are learned.
Come, but there l nVight to y
Married oyea with mine have met
Silence ! 0, I had my day,
Margaret, Margaret. Jbah Ibo blow.
The pstCTcnni Plan.
"PARTURIUHT MOXTES, HASCETER RIDICULUS
Thad. Stevens, the Boanerges of fanati
cism, has presented to Congress another
" plan " for preventing or delaying the reor
ganization of civil Governments at the fjouth.
There Is In all the propositions that ema
nato from this h&ru-hcaded Pennsylvania
bigot, ono striking element consistency.
They are all alike ungenerous: all at war
with the recognized ana established policy of
our political system : all Impracticable.
From the moment when the Cumberland
philosopher sent a broad guffaw over the
country by his anomalous theories of finance,
to tho present tlmo, ho bos suggested nothing
that could by any possibility, or with the
least degree of justice, be adopted and ap
plied to the legislation of the country.
Mr. Stevens Is something of a wag. lie
has & grim way of Joking, wnlch 'reminds one
of tho quips of Jafleur at tho banquet of
death, or the mot's of Fourehet in the Cham
ber of Terror. Therefore. In submitting a
scheme which cannot bo regarded otherwise
than as a denial of tho existence of States, he
labels ft, with sardonic jocularity, a scheme
to facilitate tho recognition of the States
thus consigned to a political Iladcs.
At the outset ft Is proposed that the South
ern States governments shall be recognized,
whether loyal or not, as having a at facto
jurisdiction. This has a spice of most amaz
ing liberality, and seems to cut the Qordian
knot of complications at a stroke. But when
we read further, we find that ft only seems.
For the governments aro to be recognized
only for local and municipal purposes, and
tho States they represent will have no rela
tions to the Federal organization until cer
tain preliminary conditions have been com
plied with, which aro specified. What are
First, conventions ore to be called to " form
legitimate State governments by tho forma
tion ana adoption oi oiaie constitutions."
litis Is a denial that anvthlnir has vet been
done In the work of reconn true tion. It en
tirely Jim ores tbo fact that nearly all tho
States hare held conventions and remodeled
their constitutions by the abolishment of sla
very and repudiation of the rebel debt It
puts every Southern community In precisely
the attitude it occupied during the war, aira
tnus in a sentence, cavaiieriv uupobcs oi iue
claims of Southern representatives, loyal or
omerwise, to aumission in congress. ,
Secondly, In the election for delegates to
the bo conventions, "all male citizens above
the ago of twenty-one years" are to be enti
tled to rote, and "the word citizens shall bo
construed to mean all persons, except In
dians, not taxed." All thcio citizens aro to
havo the right of mtTrage, or'of election as
delegates. This Is, of course, universal fran
chise In Its broadest form. It would bring
all tho blacks to the ballot-box, with their Ig
norance, their nnprcparedness, their clan-
nlsbncBS. it would enable tne negroes in dis
tricts where they have a largo majority, to
select convention delegates and constitution
framem from their own number. And it
would remove the question of sutTrago from
the States toTwhlcli It legitimately belongs,
and placo it in the hands of Congress.
Thirdly, all persons who held oQjco under
the confederate government, or wbo swore
allegiance to that government, "shall not be
entitled to exercise tho electlvo franchise
until five years after they have filed their In
tention or desire to bo reinvested with citi
zenship." As the rebellion at the South was
participated in by at least fivo-sixths of its
adult white population, and as all who Bervcd
the. confederate government In any depart
ment took an oath of allegiance to it, the in
evitable conclusion Is that Mr. Stevens in
tends, for firo years to come, to restrict the
privilege of ballot at the South to lees than
oue-slxlh of tho whlto Inhabitants, and tho
Fourthly, no State constitution shall be
presented to or acted on by Congress, which
makes anv distinctions or denials of rltrht on
account of color. This Is tho grain of wheat
In tho bushel of chaff. Bv virtue of tho na
tional pledge accompanying the abolition of
Btrlcted tocial ond civil Iromunitips. Any
attnnt to dnv these ia in ronfllct with the
amended Constitution of the land. And it U
but right that the nrincinle tints mado para
mount ehould be embodied in tho charters of
tho several States.
Fifthly, whenever these conditions are com.
nlied with tho Commonwealth is tobo con.
sidercd and treated as a State within the
Union. Until that time no Senators or Ilep-
rescntatii es elected by States of the South
shall be admitted Into uonercss.
It will be seen that this beauurul plan cm
bodies the pettilent theory that by the crim
insl acts of their citizens, the States commit
ted suicide; affirms the denationalizing dogma
of secession that these States were really
out of tho -Union and their relations to it de
stroyed; proposes to admit a whole race,
without condition or preparation, Into tho
full privilege, of cltlzenaliin : excludes almost
an entire .population from the franehlso;
disposes of the subject of State jurisdiction
bv consolidating a dospotlo power in the
Federal Government, and radically subverts
every cardinal featuro upon which our repub.
lican system has heretofore been conducted.
The cntlro arrangement is worthy of its
author, and bristles with his1 characteristics.
As a specimen of monomaniac ezerclso and
fanatic impracticability, It will have its place
in some future museum of political curiosi
ties. But it con hardlv be possible that it
will ever become nyta sq much ai a topic of
serious debate., tor the majority oi von-
with no other sentiment than aversion npbn
(his manifestation of Jemper which would
postpone reconstruction until the Jay of
uuuiu. .maany evening oumat.
The Pickwick IMeturtn.
Tho followinsr characteristic letter, ad
dressed by Mr. Charles Dickens to the editor
of The (London) Alhmcrum, contains tome
Interesting facts concerning the production
of tho " Pickwick Papers."
Oa'a BltLrtaea, Yarab aft, ISM.
A. the author of tho " Pickwick Pacers "
(and of one or two other books.) I send yon
s few facts, and no comments, having: refer
ence to a letter signed " R. Seymour," which
in your editorial discretion you puhitahcd
Mr. Seymour the artist never originated.
suggested, or in any way had to do with, sate
as illustrator of what I devised, an incident.
a character, (except the sporting tastes bt
of Mr, winkle,) a name, a phrase, or a word,
to be found In the ' Pickwick Papers."
I never saw Mr. Seymour's handwriting,I
believe, in my life'.
I never even saw Mr. Seymour bat onqe
in my life, that was within eight-and-forty
hours of his untimely death. Two persons,
both still.llvlng, wcro present on that short
Mr. Seymour died when only tho first
twenty-four printed pagca of the " Pickwick
Papers" were, published : I think before tho
next three or four papers were completely
written ; I am snro hefore one subsequent
line of the book was invented.
In the preface of the cheap edition of the
" Pickwick Papers," published in October,
1817, 1 thai described the origin of that worki
"I was a young man of tfaree-and-twenty
when the present publishers, attracted br
some pieces I was at (hat time writing in the
lr..... si-.....'.;.-... -.... f.,O.L L
series had lately been collected and published
in two volumes, illustrated by my esteemed
friend Mr. George Cruikshonk,) waited unoi
me to propose a something that should be
published in shilling numbers, then only
known to me or. I believe, to anvbodv else
by a dim recollection of certain intermini
bio novels in that form, which used, soiw
twentv-five vcara aco. to be carried abou
tho country by pedlera, and over somo o
wuica i rciuemucr a nave snea innumeraDK
tears, before I served my apprenticeship t
ijiie. --ww ine mea pro
pounded to me was that the monthly some
thing should be a vehicle for certain platcl
to be executed by Mr. Seymour, and there
was a notion, cither on tho part of that adi
mirable humorous artist or of my visiter, (I
lorgc. wnicn,) mat a 'itimroa uiud, toe
member of which were to go out shooting,
fishing, and so forth, and getting themselves
into difficulties, through their want of dexl
tcrity, would ba the best means of introduc
ing these. I objected, on consideration, that
although born and partly bred in the country
I was no great sportsman, except in regard '
of all kinds of locomotion ; that the idea was
not novel, and bad been already much used
that it would bo infinitely better for the plates
to arise naturally out of the text ; and that I
shonld like to take my own way, with a
irecr range oi cngiisa scenes ana people,
and was afraid I should nltlmately do so in
any case, whatever course I might prescribe!
to myself at starting. .
"My views being deferred to, I thought of
Mr. Pickwick, ana wrote the first number;
irom in prooi-sneets or wnicn air. oeymour
made his drawing of the Clnb, and that
happy portrait of its founder, by which he U
alwavs recognized, and which mav be said
to nave maun mm a reality, j connected
Mr, Pickwick with a club because of the;
original suggestion, and I put In Mr. Van,
.- v..- .. - ..
i uia.iu c.urtHi v lur mu-uicui iiir. nev.
mour. M'o started with a number of twenty
four pages instead of thirty-two. and four
illustrations In lieu of a couple. Mr. Sey
mour s sudden and lamented ucatn ueiora
tho second number was published brought
about a auick decision unon a point already
in ngitatlon; the number became one of
miny-two pages witn two illustrations, and
remained so to the end."
In July, 1B49, somo incoherent assertions
mado by the widow of Mr. Seymour, in the
course of certain endeavors of hers to raise
money, Induced me to address a letter to
Mr. Edward Chapman, then tho only surviv
ing business partner in the original firm
Chapman k Hall, who first published tho
"1 icKwicK-'apcrs, requesting nimtoiniorm
me In writing whether the foregoing state
ment was correct.
In Mr. Chapman's confirmatory answer.
Immediately written, he reminded me that
i nad given jur, seymour more crcuu man
was his duo. "As this letter is to be histori
cal," ho wrote, "I may as well claim what
little belongs to me in the matter, and that is,
the figure of Pickwick, SeymouVs first
sketch," mado from tho proof of my first
chapter, "was of a long, thin man. The pres
ent immortal ono he mado from my descrip
tion oi a mend oi nunc at lucumond."
Tut; Oekiile Editor ai Utah "VTums"
at Last. No threats of violence, no warn
ings of assassination have modified tho un
sparing boldness with which the editor of the
Salt Lako City Vedette has denounced tho
leaders of the Mormon hierarchy, exposed
their individual crimes, and shown how hol
low and selfish and contemptible were most
of their religious pretensions and patriotic
vows, lie has defied bowie knives, revolvers,
fire, water, brimstone, all shapes and forms
ocngeancc but one. ills timorous side
has been discovered, and thus he confesses
" 'Now,' as tho lark said to her young
ones, 'it is tlmo for u to leave!' Wo could
stand the 'bloody hand' and the 'skedaddle,'
or the other warnings, but the following gets
us. Just count us out:
.ALT LabbCitt, April S, ISM
"Ma. Epitob Vidittk: lr voa don't quit .ba.
lng StoDboui. as- tba Morraooa, wa'M com. ani
marry you. Vf. don't maan Mood,' hat wo woo't
atari- to bav. Blaoboua. mallf-ad; to 70a look oat.
"H3r--7 Mou-oir Womb,"
Wo weaken on the turn. Will some one
take our placet "27 Mormon women I"
P-h-c-w I We apologize. We don't edit the
Vedette Stenhouse Is a good fellow a bravo
man and he can look a dog In tho face 1
llcsidcs, he never did borrow a pair of brass
knuckles. " .7 M ." 0 I,ord, have mercy
upon us miserable sinners I Don't shoot this
way l vie are not uio mani it wives 1
We'll go I
A sTitiKiha cli a nee In tho fashions has oc
curred at Hlcho-ODd, Indiana, The TkltrrapK of
tea. eity annooncas toa. me latest lasaion lor a
bonnet bad just appeared, aad eoattsted of two rve
txawi tied together with blue ribbon on the top et
ino eaq, wua fom mbvojb inapaBaoq a aei 01 tne
four eodi of the straws. The edltorf, the Trs
rrepk. wbo appears to tdmjra It eieeedlnelT. an be
calls It ' love of a bontut," uabha tba FmportAjit
aoBoaDccxaea- -ua n.s ooii waa my ma aouara
,.CoKCTAjiTLTi,',msJkiiA3 their ppearaixce"
e " in a
THI JfATTOjTAL jtZPOBLtCJUT '
Is aihtUhee. eetry ueralaf (laaliye excepted) hy w.
to oaticrthere (hy earrlan) u is eeata ft aneath.
Mnll oahoerlfcere, IIOO yer saaaj. H for at
-aoatac, and St M for three In on tha, iwwUllf t i.
ic. jive Melee eae year, $$&, 00.
THI W1XXLT KATIOXAL'KlTUSUbAJr '
la rahttehee" every Friday a en Us ( One spy ewe yeas
It 00 1 Three eoplee eae year. $.00f Tea eefdee eae
, tt swii
Pcsuo ScnooL Bcildwo-wSbookd Schdoi.
DrsTBJCT.JlafeiTlci to some of tho aost laapDrt
ant meuaree adopted by the lata Coaaell. we Cere
jTatlflod to novte, the report of tbo sohool eoniBilt
too In the lower Board, to whom tho nessaM of
the Mayor relst. of thereto waa referred.' "
The Cons mitt eo ba FabrlS Schools, to wbUbVaa
referred the eomtaBaloatlon of "the Mayor oa' tho
abject of the aew pobUo sohool t el Ilia g belaa;
erected to the Seooad eohool die triot, oa XUrteeath
aad K street, baro bid tbo same andcr ooatidn.
ttoo, aad beg leave to report- ,
Thai they ezamlaed tbo plans, ipeslllcauoas,
drawlDci aad oootnot In ref.reooe thereto, And
Had tbat tba plaa adopted Is oao of 'exoeedlaf'ex
eolleooe, If ootsoperiertty. The bnUdlo will' bo
Hi root by 71, three atoriee bleb, with dry base-
meat, aad seflleloat yard room for a-U the aeoeesArj
appeadaceo of tbo larjo aataber ef 900 aehoUrw
The exterior flalaa of tbo baUdlac wUl U plain
and aeat In arehlteetaral stylo, aad lu Interior at-
rat-cements for eohool parpoeei ono of tbo most
ooBTenieat and best1 adapted la the eoontrr. eom-
blDloeaee of oommaale Alloa from one part to an
other, aad at tho same tlsae havlai; the male aad
females as eonpletel separated U If they were' la
distinct baUdlngf. Tha stairways aro all of out
Iron, to tbat no appreheoiloa need over be felt
from the possibility of aeoldeot bj firo. Tha bolld
Idj when eom pic ted wllleoet f 80,(100, and will
contain fottrleea toboola. This lum, though, seem
ing 1 large, Is more ooooomloal than bj the plan of
iooreajlDg the Bomber of smaller houee; each of
which would reanlre the expense of a separatei lot
of groond and baOdlnff, whloh, when aggregated,
weald eost the corporation more money for tho
amount f cbolars than Is provided for ta Ula
It has been urged by soma who baro opposed tho
plan of const roc tion of inch a large bouse Instead
of smaller ones, that the distance children are re
qelred, therefore, 'to get to school Is Increased, to
their detriment. This yoar committee deem aa
objection with oat any Talld force. It may well be
questioned whether a child who cannot go one mile
to school of inch physical strength aa to Justify
the public expense of bU edacatlon.
The whole structure will bo fl re-pro t band-
aome.y situated, well ventilated, quite aa Imposing;
structure, and one tbat will be a monument to tho
elty, and ta point of beauty and economy has been
admired by all who bare seen the plan, ao.
With this endorsement, wo hope that one of tho
first acts of the new Councils will bo to aid the
Mayor In raising money for an early and active re
sumption of work oa the new and splendid building.
The sub-commit toe Messrs. Wilson, Brown, aad
Turtoo have been Indefatigable In their efforts
daring the whole of the past year, and wlthoat any
pecuniary consideration whatcrer, to push forward
the noble work. We shall look with great Interest
to the new Mayor and Councils.
Joiiksox Dcpartmk!tal Club. In tho pro
ceed logs of this Club last evening, npoo motion of
Richard H. Jackson, Esq , It was ananlmoasly
Rttolvtd, That the loyal papers of this city be
requested to pubflsh the preamble to the constlta
tlon of thla Club;
Which 1 m follows:
Whereas, the present crisis of tbla eoontrr ealti
for a fall and honest expression ef political eeaU-
meni ana aorm aonesion to tne wonstuutioaoi ue
land, and the cardinal prineiplei ot Data rem ant, u
enunciated aad established by our fathers f Whereas,
the present Congress of the United bUUs, la warp
ing the Judicial and exec a tire functions of the Got-
eminent I o overriding all State authority and J a
risdlctlon In defying the manifest sen time nts aad
wishes of a Test malorilr of the Mode of the coun
try, Is rapidly changing our republican system of
uuvernmoQi into a ocipotism at unmitigated aa
ever was tbat of Austria) Whereat, wa aro aacons
promlilogly opposed to alt such Inroads upon the
established principles of the Government, and aa
unwaveringly endorse and support tbo past and
S resent administrative policy of President Andrew
oboson, particularly that of the readjustment of
the late rebellious Elates; Aad whereas, as honor,
able men, holding offlco under tbo Administration,
feel It Incumbent upon ni either to sustain bin
in bli noble efforts to preserve tho Constitu
tion and tbo liberties of the people against tbo
Infractions of Congress, or, If opposing Mm, to
resign our positions for those wbo do lostalohlm;
and whereas the political proscription by the sev
eral departments of the Government of the friends
of the President la a base Imposition, aad ha be
come too flagrant aad oppressive to be longer borne
without remonstrance and resistance: therefore, for
the purpose of strengthening, a far aj Is In our
Iiower, the bands of the Chief Magistrate of tbo
tepubllo against all attempts by a radical Congress
to subvert the Constitution and the Qoverameotf
for the purpose of onr mutual protection and sap
port against the Intolerant proscription of the Pros
dent's friends In the several departments) and for
the purpose of tho free and candid expression and
interchange or our political opinions ana senti
ments) we, employees and officers of the Govern
ment, do establish this, the constitution of tha
"Johnson Departmental Club" of Washington
city, and cordially Invite all employees of the Gov
ernment in me a-risirtei oi uoiumoia, wno enaorte
the object and purposes of tbla association, to Join
with ns In the good work.
"Upon motion of the lame gentleman, Uwu unan
imously R$totitd, Tbat the club cordially endorse tba
late speeches of the lion. Secretaries of the .Navy,
Elate, Treasury and War Departments, responsive
to the Invitations ef the National' Union Clab.
Tbat the free, candid and patriotic sentiments of
tie Secretary of tbo Treasury, aro In perfect keep-1
lng w.ltb his well-known personal and political In
tegrity, are creditable to him alike as a patriot and
statesman, and do hoaor (o tho Government ho
represents. Tbat the able and oandld response of
the Secretary of War. baa rendered him still tbo
man prominent In the history of the country-
aKrioiW, Tbat tbo replies ef Secretary Harlan
and Attorney Oeneral Speed were characteristic,
and leave no room to doubt (aa long generally be
lieved) but what they are opposed to the President's
readjustment policy. That tboy are bat clogs la
the machinery of Government, obstacle! In the way
of the early restoration of the Union, prejadlelng
equally the success of the President's administra
tion and the welfare of the country. That as Cab
inet officers hostile to the avowed policy af tha
Government, they manifestly retain their positions
lu bad faith for sinister and uUerlorpurpoaos, and
to embarrass as far aa they can the Pros dent's at
tempts to heal the wounds ef tho country. Being
at heart oppored to hie policy, tboy arejncapable
of rendering him that assistance and earnest co
operation essential to It complete success, aad
should give place to otbera more worthy and com
petent who can. That Justice to the people and.
tbo Government and the necessities and welfare of
the country alike demand their Immediate resigna
tion or removal. Bobbbt Wbiobt,
FBBDiifAn I. Babmiekto, Secretary,
Salk Ratitied. In Equity, May 2D Be
fore Judge Wjlle Barna 'Mcintosh ot al. against
Aon V, Mcintosh et al, Thla was a proceeding for
the sale and distribution of the estate of Thomas
Mcintosh, deceased, and the report of the pommlae
loners appointed by the court to make such sale,
Ao,, wu ratified and confirmed, Mr, Thompeon,
Bouoiior, ior complainants
' -a. ' M
CoxxissiO-fKB por OAUroRMA. Gov. Low
baa recently recommIi.lor.ed Jno. B. HoIUngihead,
Esq , a commissioner la this District for the State
of Califbrnta, which position be has creditably filled
tor many years. Mr. u baa also recently been
commissioned from all the States recently la rebel
lion, all of which be prevIoBsly held.
Etaon-ATio" to Montana is intmensoav