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WASHINGTON CITY. D. C. MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 24. 1866.
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mxTROPOSALS FOR FORAGE,
iiimin QminiiiiTii'i ftMa. I
" Fntuimii, Pi., Septa aVer 17, IMS. (
4 " 'J ' " '-- mk thla a.M til
11 o'aloeS, m.. TI1UK8D1T, hpltaUrn. ISM, far
b faTB.ab.aff tht Pprtril with FOR A 01 f ft b jwrtoA
oi ms it; mount, 9ommmmg mmm tiwm, aaa
adlaff lie Slat day of Marab, 1I laalaalve, via t
CO EH. OATS, OAT. AMP STRAW,
for im of animate la tbafabUe eervlaa, Aa. i al tbla
ttol. or aav other, laaal.lv- wlthla IbJa loaaftia thai
mf tT9t, All ffrala to U af lha baa qaelUy
, .Data I1mu4i I Ik kali Cora MpoaedaW.be
f Mabel) Htf M w Ml4UUIJ nmrlTuli Uar :
Stiaw t ba ri,baa a,aljty aU aabjaat to m ! J
ah 4 aenrATti nrio In deliver.
r Proposal wilt etaiWie per aaaaadra4OBtdfor
t7 ! unroll per aaaat rar uar aaa uau, aa
livared oi alaeaa of iouuidiIdi 1b each aaaatttlaa and
at Bach Ubim u mb ba ordarad (tka Srlea M ba eUiad
talk 1b arotft 1b Stared ) ' - i
iMhMlAwt ba a-aafaateat r two mibbbIMbbw
MBB,WkOBBBlBBlBrtB M BBMB4t4 to IkffBBf
M far1 rtS00O)"tri tkoinaf 41lBnkr Ik tTMui
VtBtoB J4f, AttBTBOjrv'or OoUBotir, m iU paklto
- J5fBf 'f'ff Mi. . ifKli-
tali Lai W1 M "M MJm BIT b
" WaoAfcliV BB BO kU f0 JofBBl
it Die aoaaiM aa
All tMMuli la k mbIb ! a lk ! f mi I
4npUBto lwUk UJ k ftralBkBd pplBtloa at IkU
w.l oaierai to w itbm ac uu BflTBniMBloat,
aoovrof wkltk MaitM6BrpaaTMak vrBpoaal, Xa
! to kaa4ora4 "Prpaalafr Toraa.
,1(1 will b aiMKAJ fmiuDiv. i.BUt vr
IMC, at 11 oolak m.t Bid blddan ara raiaatoA to k
"B ardtr of Brtrti BriralUr OoBarBl Oaorjatf.
i Croaaua, Aaalataal 4aartonaaaUr Ooaaral DaH4
, , ItatoaAray 010 S. OBMB,
. aaM tf , Bt'I Major aai Aaala't QtarUrBiator.
Orrtoi Dirof Commibbabt or vbiiitiicb, 1
... WAMiaT0, D C.. 8pt, e. law.
Boaloo1 PropOBBla, oftko form foraWkad hj Iko ia4or
atfBd. WHIM raoalTad, ladBplIato.BttlTUUDAT,
IkamkofSapUaikar, lftW, al 11 m , Ut all tht rmk
BMf aad MbUcb riBtn4 for tka bm of tb troopB,-aa4
all tbo Coraad Boaf for aala or tuna at tka followlac
placaa, via i WaaklBcloa, D C 1 lUiaadrla, Ta. 1 Tort
WaablBgtoa, Hd J Port Footo, Hd.l Port Wklppto.Ta..
aad tk Uovornaiaat Varaia.SL Mar 'a aaatv. Hd
PropoaaU will alao ba racalrad for all tka f rak Baaf
roqatrod for aalaa lo offlaara aaspllad fron tka Waaklaf
loa Dapot Thli Boaf will ba of tka laaat aaalUr. of
hihi mm, Mwtg irvii ! iflqiinfn aia ia naa
Of tba f'ra-qsarUrm.
AU tba ntal wUl ba aakjactto a rliidUapaatloBt U
ba of azcallaat niarkatabla qoalllj aad la uaazeap
tfooakla oondltloB. Tka Praab Baaf raqatnd far tka
trMparafaqaalpraMrtloaaar fora aad fclada Barton,
aacka, abaaka.BBd kldaar tallow al raaalTad.
la allaataa, tf tka maailaaot aatlifMtorf.parakaaaa
la tba opa market will ba mad a at tka axpaaaa of tka
. Tka aoairtatof will ba rtqalrad to dallrar Iko naU at
tha atora-koaaca at tka plaeaa aaaiad, wbara ba will
dlatrlbaia It la aack qaaaUUaa, aad at aaab tlaaa, aaaa
oBaaf of tka BabalsUsaa DrpartaiaBt may dtraat.
Baparato propoaala will bo raeatrad for aapplUf
aack or bbjt aambar of tbo abora-Bajaad plaoaa
Blddara ramt ba praaaot at tha opaalac of tba bldi.
PBfmaai to b mad at tbu offlea taoathir, for all
naatparcbaitd, azeapt that datl ard at tha Qin
vaat Parma, wklok wtll bo paid for bp tha Aatlaf Com
ulaiatr of SabaiaU&aa at that plaao.
All anktlaaa rotnaetlnr oaal1ivil aAmlllna will
Itaaattlad bp thaofflaarof tbo Babalitaaeo Bopartmaat
roaalrtac tha uoat
Tha toa tract will ba mad a for ala uaatba froat tbo tat
aay or oeioptr, ieo, or aack parted aa tha CoBBlaaarp
Oaaaral map datarmlao.
Bldamaaiba aadoraad M Propoaala for , at
aad addroaaad to tha aadaralgaad.
, aft-at 0 HkXL, as., D.I. A.
"pROPOSAI FOR SUBSISTENCE.
Fropoa1awU1 ha raawlrad at tha ottea of Iadtaa
Affair, Wa-blaEtua, D. C , oatil 11 o'elk nooa of
Mpiannar zt, ibto, rr iobittnea for tka WkkUa aad
othar adllatad baadi of lodtaae la (ho "Laaaad Dla
trial," ladlan Tarrltorp.
Tba btda will ba at to math par ratios, aa followa :
1 ponad of Fraah Daf.
Afapoaad of Ploar, orla 11b of Ploar
1 plat of Cora, (rioar aad Cora to bo loiaad altar
4 qaarta of Salt par 1 00 ratloaa.
To bo dallrarad at taeb polota wltbta tha "Ioaa4
Dlttrtet" aa map Va daaliraatad bp tha araat atatloaad
tharat aad all arllla to b taipactaj bj aald acant.
Tha dapartmeat raanrraa tha right to rtjact all bid a,
aad. If a contract la aatarad Into, tha rlfht will ba ra
aarrad to tarmtaata tha aaua oa thirty daya BOtlaa, at
ProDocaJa will alao bo raaalvad. at tha unt tlma aad
plaea, for ramoTlaf , at ao maeh par haad, 1,700, mora or
laai, of Wlehltaa aad othar aBllatad baada from lhatr
oaaalatha,Laaad DUtr1ot,M a dlataata of aboat
SAOmllaat aaehramoTal to laalado tha aabaUtaaoa of
tna aaia taaiaaa wmia wui ramorad.
D.If COO LIT,
BADY'8 NATIONAL PH0T0-
TA9 BROAD WAT,
Kaarlp oppoilto Oraao Oharaa,
Mr Brady baa ob Tlaw aad for aala al kla Oatlarp, aa
rORTBAlTS OF ALL 0FF1CIB8,
otbotbaarTlaaa, wkokaTodlattacalakad tkamaalraa la
tka lata war. Tka alsaa varp from eatU U 9UU4 to
la addlttoa to kla Tarladaaaortmaalof Ukaaaaaaa, Mr.
Brady baa a
COLLECTION OF TIIWS
of almoat avarr Dotal uada klatarla ! tka Hiiil &
llat, wklablt mapbaprammad wlUboTalaad bp mot
oalp thvao mora Immadtatalp aoaaaraad, bat Ik air
frlaada, aa mamaaloaa of tkotrlali tkroak wklak tka
rattloa hai Jaal paaaad
air oraay aiwaya paya ooaaiaaiBDio Bliaauoa lo
hanawalTlaor PORTRAIT! IS POBniLlIW ku
ww reim r ar nraqy w panaanoa apl.ir
TTJKPAUTMENT Or THE INTERIOB,
jLr vmnuu Biaraa raTBBT urriCB,
Ob Iho potltloB of Joka R. Uomit, of Ckalaaa, Uaaaa
eheaatU.rormarlTOf Plaoa. Ohio. Dravlar for tha as.
UbiIob of a pataat graotad to him oa tbo SOtk day of
NoTombar, luMoraa Improramaat la Oraa Sapara
tori, aad ralaiaad oa tka 17th day of Hap, ISA la thraa
dlTlilona, A, B, aad C, Bnmba-M ipaatlTlp Tlfl, Tlfl,
an m, .Hia viumdi noiag mr .aa aaiwaaioB oi laara
tuna B. aambarad lift, for aaraa Taara from tba axnlra
Uoa of aald pataat, which Ukaa plaao oa tba 90th dap
oJ ovambar. IBM,
It la ordarad that tha aald patltloa ba hoard at Iho
Pataat Offlea oaHONDAT. tha ltth dv t,t Tfaaatnk.r
Best, at 11 o'clock, m 1 aad all paraoaa ara aotUad to
appaar aad ihow aaoia, If aap tkar kara, wkp aald
patltloa oight sol to ba graatad.
Panoaa oppnalag tha aataaatoa ara raqalrad to Ala
la tha Pataat OOea thalr objaetloai, ipaolally iat forth
In writing, at laut tunntu daya bafora tha dap of haar
tori all taitlmoay Had by oltbar party, to b a tad al
tka aald bear lag, matt ba lakaa aad traaamlttad la aa
oardaaca with tha rolaa of tha offlea, which will bo far
Blahad oa appllaatloa
Bapoaltloaa and othar papara. rallad apoa aa taatl
moay. matt ba Had la tba effloa twenty daya bafora tba
dap U aaarlag 1 tka argomaaU, U aap. wlthla Im day a
atar Bttag tbo UaUmoap.
Ordarad, alao, that thla BOtlaa ba pabllibad la Ibo Bl
rvBHOAB aad tha InttUigneir, Waahlagtoa, D C ,
aadlBtkaouriKif, Boatoa, afaaaaahuaaUa, oaaoawaok
for thraa iBooaiaira waaka j Ibo Aral of aald pvbllaatl'Ba
toba at laaat ilxtp daya prarlooa to tb day of baarlar.
T. 0. TH1AKIR,
P 8 Edltoraof tha abora papara will plaaaa copy,
BBdaaad thalr Mill to tha Pataat Offlea with a papar
contalalag thla aotlca aag.lawSw
DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOB,
UairiD Statm PltaiT Ornoi,
WAtllMOTOV. Aug 9, 1H1
Oa tha patltloa or Staphaa 0. Maadaahall. of Rich
moad, lad . praylaff for tha aitaailoa or a pataat
graatad to him tha 9tk day of HoTambar, IBO J, lor aa
FmprovamaallB atodaof Throwing Bhattlaa la Looma,
fvr aavaa ytan from tbaaaplrattoB or aald pataat, whlah
lakaa placa on tha 9th day of Not am bar 1866,
It la ordarad thai tba aald patltloa bo kaard at tka
pataot Offlea oa 110.1 DAY, tba 3M dap or Octobar oast,
at 11 o'clock u ; and all raraoaa ara notified to appaar
aad ihow eania.tf aoy they have, why aald petuloa
ought aot to ba graatad
Pereoai oppoilag tha axteatloa ara raanlrad to Ha la
tbo Patent offlaa thalr object to at, apaalally act forth la
writing at laatt (wenf jt daya bafora tha day of kaarlag i
all Uitlmonp filed by either party, lo ba aiad al tba
aald bearing, matt bo Ukaa aad traaamlttad la aaoord
aaoo with the rnlaa of tha offlaa, whlah will ba fnr
atihed oa application.
Dopoiltloao and other papari, rallad apoa aa leetl
moay. unat ba Bled la tba offlea (wanly daya before tka
day or heart a g j tba argument!, It any, wttbla ten daya
after flllas lha teatlmoap.
Ordered, alao, that thla notice ba pnbllihad la tha
Ktpuhltoa and InttWgtnctr. Watblag ta, B C , aad
la tba Palladium, Blchibond, lad ,oaea a weak for
thraa anaoaaelra waaki Iba tret of aald pnblleallona to
ba at leait Uty daya prarlooa to tha day or bearlig.
T. C. TBIAKIR,
Commit toner of Pate ate,
P. B Idltoreor tha abora papara will plea copy,
aad acBd their bllle to tha Pataat Offlea with a paper
oonlalalng thli Botlea aaH-wSw
aOHOOlT BOOKS! school books"
Tako BOtlaa that McCOBNELL A UIRBUT'S, 408
araathatret, oppoeluthe Poit Offlea. la lha pUao to
bap ponr Soaool Booki. lutto. pepir, Pam. kkl Ut.
TUB IfATIOITAIi REPCBI.I VA1T.
A OBEAT CAMPAIGN PAPER.
READIKO FOR TBI HILLIOH.
CIRCULATE t CIRCCLATB 1 CIRCULATH I
tt U tneulfBiU tnt IbaI lU toUtUai ewjaipi
apoa wkteh Uo oomnlry U Jut riitriag U U U n
erWofTarfinltwrUhoa;. TJpoi II wUUopdjtt tin
datnat taUrto 4 h UiiU4 6UIm TBrimont
4jippto. "lUrlBpfttal tkmfV.U tftjaal of
olrU irar amJoaaUy, It rotnalM,to U jlioidad
arWaarU latJjD4frltof tlM maJU4 labon
ef UtodwirBO nmltoa, vlttietit ntpti fpftrt. for
to pivwrreUom of tk OorBnatml taftU U ursod
to Utter ftakM aad tk eUik wkUkaMtltwm
rabati eoo1 not Meomplbh nntn W WtM P
TBI HATIOVAL SBPUBUOAV
hu'tUwftpi baltla4. for tka Oorvnuaaat And Um
Bat. ud bow, wtn afimptln of tha Untoob
omitod by MtraraJjli wka, tadar UtfilM oTpvt
patrlotta prlaotplo, art rawootu for pollttoal powor
till bnttlf i for th flkf of oar TJnloa.
It U to bo aa ardooma atraRlo, aad wo uk lo all
tinearttj tfcnt tha fritsda of tho Union which b
r cbbi aa afalnat MottoaalUtt of artry nam aad
from rory qanrtor ahaU giya u tho aaOBrago
mont aoadtd bj orof pabUo journal.
Bltoatod bj wt uo at th capital of tho Ballon,
aad oBJoptag tho boot tolUtlat for ohtalnlna; taftmna.
Uoa of tho utmott laportaaaa ta wrj Anartoaa
UImo, o than ooafldaatly andarUko to farnUb
oar roadort darlag tho forthcoming1 political cam
palga with tho moot Talaabla palltlaal nowrpapor
priatod In thla or any other otty.
Ac wo itood by Abrabaic Liicolb la tho dark
hoar of tho RopablU wo aland by hU aacooaaor,
Ardriw Jobbiob, to when hai baoa aaatgaod tho
taakofnttorlagto tholr proper rdatlona tho pao-
plo latary la raballloa, ballorlag, at wo do, that ho
hai graapad tho trua theory of uiTOBAnov, a&fl
that he hai the eonrrge to abide by hli eonrtotloaf .
TUB DAILY REPUBLICAN
li paMUhad orery moralog, (exoept Banday,) and
rary Friday moralag.
Tha WautT RarvBLiCAi la farabhad at tho
following low ratei :
One copy one year.,,. $1 00
One copy lip month 1 00
Three copleaono year , 6 00
Three ooplei rlz monthc , 2 00
Teacoploe one year 16 00
Tenooplaaili moalhi T 00
TERMS FOR THE WEEKLY
FOR THE CAMPAIONi
Twenty coptoi 8 monthi ....$10 00
Ten " " T 80
Throe " 3 00
Twenty monthc., T 60
Ten " 3 TO
Three " " I
The Dailt RnpciLiOAV U farnlihed to mall inb-
orlbon at the following ratae: One oopy, one
year, $&) one oopy, ail monthi, $i one copy,
throe month, $3.
Three eoptai, one year $23 60
" " lUmonth 11 33
" " thraa month 6 63
Fire coplea, one year. 66 00
" ' elxmonthi 17 60
41 " three monthi 8 T6
Money orderi are preferred from all pott offleoi
leaning thorn from other post offiooi the UHen
ahonld be regUtered.
It li not neceuary that tba labieriben to a dab
honld bo all lent at one fime, or that they ahonld
reoolTe their papari at Uio came poet offloe. Pa
per will be addrcod ilngly to eaoh member of ft
We would urge our friend to proceed with the
work of gotttng up dubs Immediately. So not
wait until the olu'o are fall, bat forward the name
a fait a thej aa obtained.
Penou lending u a dab of twenty lubiortber
to iho Wiiklt, and $10, will be entitled to an
extra copy, ft.
B7 Specimen joplai iant on applloatlon.
Addreai, W. J, MURTAQU A CO ,
WaahlogtoD, D. 0.
ALT 81TLPIIDR Bl'RINOS, MONROE
TUi popaltr B.nn.r KmoiI will op.i f.r lb. r.p
tlo. of TUltor. o. lb. Iat of JOLT. ..4 r.m4la op..
Ill Ik. lul of OOTOBIE
ur. wntur, rrrM.or or Btrfcrf i. loo miiihb
H.41.. Ooll.f ., Phl.dlphlft, from p.oi obi.r..
HOD .Ud .k.nl..l ....a. .I.e.. tk... flprl... .. Ihi
. ta lb.
oil Ta.bl. of r.m.dl.l .,..1. 1. .U dlMM.. of ft
.bm.l. A. nr.a.l. iilin
U TUlUsf lb. Sprtniia p.rao.a will b... aa opp.no
allr of ...l.c rtUi Bt.uoa. M.aaaaaa J.nell.a, War
r.ai.B( Ball Xbb, Sapldaa, Oraaf. Catl-U.Ba., Q.r
4.b.tU1., aai naaj atbar rolau at bUtorl. lauiaat la
Oood 0hih .OBaoal wllb tb. Iralaa of lb. iloiaa
drla Oraa . aai Tlraiala CaUal Sallroaia to a.BTap
TlalUra lo lb. .prUaa.
Oraat palaa b... Cmb lab.a to pal tb. ballilaf a aai
'i!,d!.1 i plr.
Tbo Hotal WUI aMoauaaaVlo 400 paraoaai U.14M
tb.i.ar. aaaabarofbuiaoBtOoUMM 111.4 ap aa
praaalp for faotUtM.
i.raui BA.K paraari a llbwal llHoaal ttponou
rTnialag a awau ai lot
HBal lAalaPH rWIUHa BatJ u !
"Ii!- KCSTOB, ialbwu CO.
pXOELSIOR FIUK IN8DRANCE COM,
OaPITAL ......'. tmooo
Orrioa , IM Br.aiwapt M. T.
tbl. Ooaipuy iHim all Wait of atldlaf.. Hoi
ioU FaraUBr If .nbaadla., T.aaala la fori, aai o
Froporlr aaalaal Lot. br Win
e tk . aiaacToaat
I OdVlBCtH P. BODUta, -IDIIIII
, iujo butchikb,
' wiLtribf TimnnK
BOBUT W. HMBIT,
JOIIPH B TODKO,
.r.janx a. ward,
r.f Vobt WRILL,
JiUU L. MOROlbT,
oioiai r BaSBifT.
jobs i iirriKowkLL,
B. B WULIT.
O.OHOI T tTXDIUjr,
AbHIll tt CBlfT.aw.-T
T. nODOM. Prw'to
ARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE.
HITBOPOUTiJI IBIUEIBCI COBPiKT,
lo. losiMaow.T, SawToaa.
oiia cirrriL -i mllioi solliu.
Tbfa Conpaaf laaaraa, al raatomarr ralM of pr.
aaltai.aialaattlllfaBllllaB4 IllUD BATI04TIOH
KltJU o. CABOO or TBIlOHTg ala. afalBat loaa or
iuaa,. b7 riSL
it riUIlDlfS AKI PAID 15 OOLD, LOSUt WILL
BI PAID IR OOLD.
Tb. unnl raNlrt 75 par ..it. of lb. a.t prolta
wltbost lararriif aap UabOltp, or la Ilaa Ibaraof, at
tbalr oplloa. a Uaoral dUaoaal spaa tbt pr.mlau
All Iomm allablp adjaatad ati prompllp paid,
trip Dltldoai, lolarad f.Baarp U, IMo,
TWIITT-TITX PIS CUT
lAMU LOB1IRB OBABAbf,Pr..li.tt.
BOIIKT U 0. OBAHAH, Via. Pnaliaal
JAU LOHIKIIl aBAIfA,Jr,dVI..Pna'l.
DUET H. POBTIS, taar.Urr.
CHAKLIS KISD, Ataal,
Booal To4, Wa.bl.irt.B BdUil.ir,
j.T.ly Cor PaaaaplTaala bt. aad a...Blb alra.1.
STKIS, CBADWICK A CO.,
OOEXBB PIHH. ATI. AND POPRTIXItTU ITEICT,
WASHIHaTOlT TITT. alT-lf
ioadwat.coehie op twatt-fipth itbiit.
iiw yokk 01tt.
MITOnSLL, READ, AND WALL,
Tbo HOPPM Art BOUIK la eoaeaetad apoa the Blaa of
tk boat Americas aad Inropaan Hotel II eomblnea
all tho Modern lraaroTemeula aeeeaaarp to tho reateet
eoBtfortor laoata that art, taaan.tp aai Uberalllp aaa
foealblp aerlee aai prodaea Tho hill of faro for tka
Ublaenbraaaa ovary Tariatjr aad delleaeparorded hj
U AHatleaa roarkoU, la thalr aoaeoa.
T AW OFTIOK.
Jbbimiah S. tlLACC,
Wino D. tlHOv, C. P. Dlaci
BLACK, LAMON A CO ,
Oouainuoac Ann Attobjut at Law
IV TBI IDTEXaH COOBT OP THB CNITID BTATB8,
TH1 COURT OP CLAIMS,
TBI CODBTS OP TBI DI8TEICT,
TBI BZICtrriYI DIPABTICBltTS AMD
OOMMITTBBB OP OOKORBB.
OPPICB,ia PO0ETEISTU BTEIET,
dall-tf DlroaUp Oppoalto Wmrda' UotaL
n W U IT E'S
J (tiTi aaarriiLD'a)
COMPICTIOHIBT AND IvKCUKAH E8TARUSHMIMT
aau biviu- inuuMTLUifl'i
Ko. SM Biith atraaU between U aad B etreete
Mr WBITIraepaairallpanfraala to Pamllta. Hotel
and Beitaaraat Proprletora, and all olhare, that ha
kaana eoaataaUr oa haad a urjrlur arllala of PEIH CH
1Mb AaJiRICilf COHFrcTIO.N..!ir, aad tho PUHUT
luncauuai, or u owa aaanrMtara. Ilia Urma ara
PI U TIM, WBDDIIT'IS, PAIB8, RALLS, Aa, far
Blehed with th boat article, at tha ahorteat notice
W aollell f root the public a call, havUff ararp aoafl
deae 1b oar abtlltp to fire aatlraaatlaraatloa
B Tba loaatloa la oae of tha beat, aad tba SalooB
tha laaat la the eltr. aad the DroDiiattf ia determined
to make It a Aret-alaaa home bp cultl-atiaf aoaa othar
thaa tho boat patroaa.
The former proprietor haa ao laterait la aap other
aaiaoiiaapieai u me cuy aaoii
E W A R D ,
STOP aa4 TBIXK
BTOP aai TBIKK.
TOP aai THIKK.
ODB IHNINII BTOCK OP CLOTniHd
ODK IMUI.faE ITOCK OP CLUTHIAO
oub luxtaaa stock op clotuiku
TwtiTT.pira ria oibt. lata raaa coar.
TWa.TT.riTB ria cbit. Laaa tha. coar.
TwiiTT.rira pia ciar Ltu Taaa coar.
BEVRB anila WILL Too UiTi TBI CIUHCE.
BBVSR AUila WILL TOU B.VI TBt CHANLa.
XIVIB 4.ALW WILL TOU ..TB Til CUANCX.
Tba looda unat b. aold wltbls lb. a.xl alxlp dapa
r .idl.aa of ooat W. ma.B wb.l w. ..p. Luio. aa
M for puar..Uaa bafora purabaata,.
J. II 8VIITII,
400 S.T.atb at., oppoait. l'oat OUaa,
Mli-ly Waahlagloa, D C.
IOI CBBAM 8 A I. OO IT,
Mo 390 Eleventh atreet.
Be twee a K atreet aad Maaaaehnaetle aranna,
Waihiiutom, D C
Mr JOSEPH H SIIAPPIELD haTlog retired fron
baalaeai, th naderalaed woold reepeetfnllp Inform
kla lata aoitomera aad tha public that, karla been lor
paara aaeoelatad with him fa bnilaati at tha old itend.
Bo. AM II tl e treat, thap ara prepared to foralah a
COITPECTIORIRT AMD ICI CRE4M
.uiiaI ! naavlU n tht farnlakad bv Mr hhafileld. BBd
Which hae beea ao fall j appreciated bj the beet famlllei
of Watblatoa and Gaorretowb
Thej aek a call from all la waat of aBthlof Id thalr
line, a.-oriDg taem idii aoiaiBrwiit wsuu wnws
will tajid to gratify tba waote of th.lr tu-toineri.
J. A. 8UAPP1ELD A CO.,
Mo 890 ElcreBth itreet,
Bel wee a K atreet aad Maaeachaeeua avaane,
m Wahlatoa, D C
milE WEAK AND IMPAIRED EYE
X 8I0HT, originating either from tnflrmltp of age,
caerel debllltj or too aerrone ejaiem, pruiracwa eica
... avaprvAtn abtnrti dlanoaltloB la far at aaaritahUd
aeai)wlllba reatorad, loiprorad aid elreagtbeaed bp
the aaa ot ma eeiepraiea
BRAZILIAN FIUBLI IPECTACLII
naaafiularai fron i.aala. BOCK CBTBTAL, tlrUf
mi .a 1 aoaJort to lb. optl. arv, aai aallaf tras
raulpbp 1HIMR1.1H a CO
Bala.llla .ta4 Pr.Mll Optlela.a, XII PaaaaplTial.
Taa.a, b.lw..a Twalflb aa4 Tbltmalb alt.au, aarlb
wu.u.u. aiaairtaal lfaahlaaa. Tharmouatars.
Cart 4 Tuft; aa rboteiraph Aibaas la a treat
vartatp aai at tha wel prieee. -tjT'lp
TIIE NATIOIVAIi tTBTIOIf PARTV.
PX.ATPORB1 OF PailfClPIJEB.
The National Union Conraatloa now auombltd
in the olty of Philadelphia, eoapoaad of delegate
rrom e?ry state ana Territory in the Union, nd
monlahed by the eolemi leeaon which for th lait
flva yoari It ha pleeaed th Bnprem Rnlor of th
aatTre to giro to thA Amerloaa people, pro
foundly niefttl for th return of pae, dtilroui
a ape a large majority of their coantrjmen la all
linearity to fbfgat and to forglre th put, retartag
th Conetttatloa a It cam to m from our anool
ton, regarding th Union In It reiteration u mora
aered than erer, looklof with deop anxiety Into
tt fniure aa of (nitaat and continuing trial,
hrby tain aad proclaim th following delar-
tlon r prlnipli and purpo oa which thp have
with perfoet unanimity agraed :
1. W hall with aratltacla to Almla-htT God tha
ad of war aad th return of peaee to ear a&Itd
ana noiorta inoa.
3 Tha war laat atoaad haa malBtalnail ik .
aerify of th CMtIiutl"w1th all th pawera
whleh It Mnfart, and all th reitriotloa whloh It
Inpoiee upon th Oeaeral Gerernmeat unabridgod
aaa aaaitaraa, aaa 11 aa proaorraa ue union wita
the .aal right, dlantty and authority of th Stat
porfeot and unimpaired.
I. RoDraeeatatroa la the ConireM of th United
But aad la th Electoral Collar 1 a right raoog-
Diana oj uo uoniiiu.ion a noioing iaevrpDtau
and a a duty Impoead upon It people, funaame.
tal In Ita natnro, and eaaootlal to the eiUtoao of
our rvpabllean Initltutloni, Bad neither Congrats
nor th Qnral OoTrnmnt ba but authorlti' or
Eowar to dny thU right to aay State or to with
eld enjoyment under tb Oomtltutloa from tb
4. Wa JI upon tha people of th United BtaUl
to elect to CoDgrau aa mam ban thereof non but
men who admit tbl fundamental right of rpr
toot at loo, aad who will r!- to aat therein
loyal repraeentatlTU from rry State In alUglane
to th United Btatei, i abject to th oonitltutlenal
right of aaoh IIouo to Jadg of th lctlon rturn
and qualification of It wn mambon.
B. Th Comma t Ion of th United Slitei and tb
lawi mad In punuano thereof ara : "Tb iuprm
lawofth land, anything la tl eonitltutlon or
law of any Stat to th eontriry notwlthstand
lng." All tb powan not conferred hy th Comtl
tntton upon tha Qeneral Qoraramot, nr pro
wBiitu dj li to uio oiaia, ara raierTaa to in
Statei or to tbo paopl there of, and among th
right tho i rarrd to th Statei li th right to
preaoriW ouaJifleatlona for th UcUt fTanohtaa
therein, with whth right Congroa eannot Inter
far No Stat or oomblaation of 6tatei haa th
right to withdraw from th Union, or to exclude,
through tholr notion In Conpreii or otherwla. any
othar Stat or StaUi from th Union. Th ualou
of thai Btatei li perpetual, and lti gOTornment la
ofiupnme authority within tb reitriotton and
limitation! of tb Constitution.
0. Such amendment to th Couitltutlon of th
UnlWd Stat may b mad by th poopl therof a
they may dm axpodlant, but only In th mod
DolnUd out bp Ita DroTliIonii and la DrODOiIna?
nob amandmaati, whthr by Congrea or by a
oonranuon, ana in ratuping ta aame, an in
Statei of th Union hare an oaual and aa lndafea
Iblo right to a role and a toI thereon.
7. Slarory 1 abollihed and forrr prohibited,
and tbtr li neither deiire nor perpoi on tb part
of tho southern Statei that It ahonld erer b ra
atabllihd upon th loll or within th jurisdiction
of tb Unlttd Btatai, and the enfranchised liar! In
all th Statei of th Union should rocolr, In com
mon with all their Inhabitants, equal protection la
rory right of perion and property.
8. While we regard as utterly Invalid and nr
to bo aanmd or mad of blndlna fore any obll
gallon laeurrod or undertaken In making war
agalnit th United States, we hold th debt of th
nation to be l acred and Inrlulable, and w proclaim
our purpoi to maintain unlmpoaohed the honor
ana ino laim oi mo xtepnoiio.
9. It 1 th doty of tb National Oorent men t to
roeognls th serricei of th Federal aoldiera and
tailors In th contest J nit closed by moating
sremotlp and fully all thalr fait and rixhtful
olalm for th serrloes they bar rendered th
nation, and by extending to those of them who
hare fallen tb most generous and considerate ear.
10. in Amduew JOHSioir, freiident or ta united
States, who In his great offlee hai proved standfast
In his darotlon to tb Constitution, th laws aad
Interests of his oountry, unmoved by ponoootlon
and unsworred by nproaoh, having faith unassail
able in th people and In tb precepts of th Gov
rnmut, we rooognli a Chief Maglitnt worthy
of th nation and equal to th gnat orlilt upon
which hli lot It exit, and we tender to him In th
dlieharg of his high and responsible duties our
profound raipact and assurance of our cordial and
NATIONAL UKION COBMITTX1C
John T. Crowell, of New Jersep, Chairman,
hlalne Jama Mann and A. A. Gould.
New II am pahlre Edmund Burke and E. B. Cut
Vermont B. B. 6 m allay and Colonel IX, N.
Massachusetts Joslah Dunham and R. 6. Bpof.
Rhoda Island Alfred Anthony and James Q.
ConneotloutrJamei F. Babcock and B, C.
Now York Robert II. Froyn and Samuel B.
Nw JenejJosaph T. Crowell and Theodora
Pnmjlvanla J. M, Zullok and J. B. Black.
Palawar J. S. Oomgy and Fdward S Martin.
Maryland Governor Swana and T. O Pratt
Virginia James F. Johnson and Dr E C. Rob
West Virginia Daniel Lamb and John J. Jack
North CarolinaThomas S. Ash and Joseph II
South Carolina James L Orr and B F. Parry.
Georgia J. II. Christy and Thomas S. Hard
Florida William Marvin and Wilxlr"n CM
Mississippi W. L. Eharkey and Ueorgt L.
Alabama W, II Crenshaw and C.C Huckib,
Lou lilana Randall Unnt and Alfred Ilennlng
Arkaniat Loremo Glbion and A. H. EngHfh.
Texas B. II. Epperson and Jobn llanoofk.
ifiTenneiiee D T. Patterion and William B Camp,
Ktntuoky R II. Stanton and Hamilton Pop.
Ohio L. B. Campbell and Georg B. Smyth.
Indiana D. S. Gooding and Thomas Dowllnf
Illinois Jobn A. McClernand and Jen 0. Nor
ton Michigan Alfred Rnnell and Bpion O, Stout.
Miuourl Hon. Barton Abell and James 6. Rot
Mlnneioti Hon U M. Rico and D F. Norton.
Wisconsin J. A. Noouan and S. A Peace.
Iowa George A. Parker and Wm. A. Cbaie.
Kama James A. McDowell and W. A. Tipton.
California Hon. Samuel Purdy and Joseph P.
Nevada John Carmlehael and Hon G. B Hall.
Ongon James W, Neimlth and B W, Bonham.
District of Columbia Joslah D. Hoover and J.
Dakota N. K. Armstrong and N. W. Winer.
Idaho William II Wallace and II. Cummins
Nebraika Oen. H. U Heath and Hon. J. S
BBBIDIKT XXaCUTIVB COM MITT EB AT WAIH1HOTOB.
Cbarlea Kaapp, of New Jrnp. Chairman
Hon Montgomery BUlr, Maryland.
Hon Charles Mason, Iowa.
Ward II. Lamon, John F Coyle, A. R. Perry,
Samuel Fowler, Col. Jamei R. O'llelrne, Cornelius
Wendell, Dlitriot of Columbia.
HATIOSAL IHI0N BXF.CfT.VE C0HM1TTBI.
JoiephT Crowell, lUhway, N. J,, Chairmen
Col. Ja. F. Babcock, Now Haven, Conn
Hon. Kobart II Pruvn, Albany, N. Y.
Gn. Samuel M. Zallok, Pblladelpbla, Pa.
Hon. Tho. O Pratt, Baltimore, Md.
Hon. Jai 0 Norton, Chicago, 111.
Barton Able, St. Louis, Mo.
Hon. Wm. li Sharkey, Jaokion, Miss.
LOOMll, Bill CUT PIBTIST, ta
faaaiylvaala aveaa. aear eoraer of
Vlath atreet. atauda to all braaahaa partaUlac to th
nrofeaatoa. KaJformatloa of th mouth orrUd, aai
Tiry vartatp tf arUletal hi Ue- ayA-lp
Who Are Th Peonl I"
The TWtVutw IncnnonW n-tnr,a Ifaolf
ua uroming. it eayi :
MThe long-brterlno; conaplracy to dbiolre
or recaat the Union in the fnirft AT human
ita very cara tolnneln 1860-Gr. H-cngi-neen
and plotters claimed that tbv were
ucacu uy ino aouiuern people, ana irat me
fundamental doctrine of the Atnerlo n Rev
olution that ' KOTernmentA derive tWir lust
power from the consent of the governed'
covered and J ui titled their claim of right to
secede. We took issae with them, not on t he
doctrine, bnt on the assumption a of fact.
ne aomuiea (ior wo coma not iname our
Rcvolationary ancestry) that ' government!
derive their power from the consent of the
jrovcrned' we denied that a matorltv of tho
ooumern peopio songni or desired disunion;
ana we onerea to rerer tne main issua for
conclusive decision to a fair and free vote of
the people, after it should have been thorough
lTdlscussedberorethem. And we felt certain
then, h we feel certain now, that, had the
coarse we suggested been followed, the dis
unlonisU would have been voted down in a
fair vote of the Southern people by a very
large majority." ( s
That ifl to sav. the Tribune la a sernuunn
journal, according to ita own admission. It
was ana is inevitably so, for tbat is the legit
imate conclusion of its theory, as wo yea ter.
day explained. According to the mischiev
ous pomicai ana poiiuco-economlcal theories
which it holds, the Union la not a n-reat cood.
but rather a great evil. Dr. Lleber said to
toe Uerman liberals. "(Jivonn union, and
liberty will follow j" that wag wise and
sound; but the Tribune imagines the Union
to nave no sucn imporunce, it does not see
it to be the irreat means and Instrument of
securing and advancing liberty.
inereiore, wnuc au irniy patriotic men In
1860 were arguing against tne right of se
cession, and warning. the people of the south
ern States that seceasion is rebellion, and
rebellion must and will be put down by
force, the Tribune stood on the other tack,
and advocated secession. It annoyed and
distressed loyal inert and encouraged tho
hopes of the secession conspirators and lead
ers by such laoguage,as follows:
i rom in irtoun oi florember V, lsoo. j
"lithe cotton States Bhall become satis
fied that they can do better out of the Union
than in it, we ttistit on Ictttna than aa in
peace. The rtght to tccedemay be a revotu-
lumary one, out it cxisls nevennaess.
Wo must ever resist tho right of
any iaie to remain in too union ana nul
lify or defy the laws thereof. To withdraw
from the Union m quite another matter;
whenever a conuaeraoie eeciion of our
Union ehall dJtbirately resotve to go out,
we shall resist alUoerciiemeasures designed
to keep tt in. Wo hope never to Tlvr In a
republic whereof one section Is pinned to an
other by bayonets."
Seventeen duj a later it returned to the
Prom th Tribnao, H ovembar M, 1M0
" If the cotton StateB unitedly and ear
nestly wish to withdraw peacefully from the
Union, we think they should and would be
allowed to do to. Any attempt to comptl
themby force to remain would be contrary
to the principles enunciated in the immortal
Declaration of Independence, contrary to
the fundamental ideas on which human lib
erty Is based.
This was not enough: for as the public ex
citement grew, as loyal men more anxiously
sought hope nnd encouragement from the
leaders of public opinion, the Tribune once
more aired its pet theory of the rightfulness
From tbe Trlbone, December 17, 1BC0
' If it (the Pcclaratton of Independence,
justified the secession from the British Km-
pire oi mree minions or colonials in llvj,
we do not see why it would not luttifu the
secession of five milttons of Southtrners
from the Union in 1861."
Finally, on tbe 23d or February, ic II
when Major Anderson was beleagud In
Fort Sumter, when the nation wus ndig
nantly crying out " traitor and imbecil " to
Buchanan, when Southern loyalists were
mustering in East Tennessee and elsewhere
for a last effort, the Tribune wrote:
" !T7ieHeyr tt shall be clear that the great
body of the southern people have become con
clusively alienated from the Union, and anx
ious to escape from tt, WE WILL DO OUR
BEST TO FORWARD THEIR VIEWS."
Now. this was onlv tho natural and inevit
able fruit, the logical result of tho Tribune's
theory of American politics, as we explained
yesterday. On that theory the Tribune Is
still acting, and stQl, as in 1860 and 1861,
and later, trying to persuade the people to
act. It has not changed. Let all decide
whether it Is a safe counsellor. Suppose, for
instance, that a vote should be now taken in
Virginia, or Lousiana, or rvortli Lurounu,
and a majority should declare for secession.
The Tribune would let ono State breakup
tbe Union. But the people of the United
States do not believe fn any such nonsense.
They say, when the Union is destroyed tt
must be by the action of the whole people,
of the nation, not of any State, or faction, or
part. New Vork JSienmg Post.
The Broken Atlantic Cable A
Tho London Spectator tells the following
singular and most interesting story :
'iNigtit ana uuy, lor a wnoie year, an elec
trician has always been on duty watching the
tiny ray of light through which signals are
given, and twice every day the whole length
of wire one thousand two hundred and forty
miles, has been tested for conductivity nnd
insulation. The object of observ
ing tho ray of light wan, of course, not any
expectation of a message, but simply to ket p
an accurate record of tho condition of the
wire. Sometimes, indeed, mid incoherent
messages from the deep did come, but these
were merely the results of magnetic Btorms
and earth currents, which dt fleeted tho gal
vanometer rapidly, and sprit the most extra
ordinary words and sometimes eien sentences
of nonsense, upon tho graduited scule before
the mirror, buddeni), last Saturday morn
ing, at a quarter to six o'clock, while tho
light was being watched by Mr. Slay, he ob
served a necular indication about it which
shonod at onto to his experienced eye that a
message vas ai mmu. in a tew lamuies
afterwards the unsteady flickenni; v as
changed to coherency, if e maj use sucji a
term, aim ui muu utu m if ucgin iu .i-uk,
to transmit, that Is, at regular intervals, tho
annointed sfcnals which indicated human
purpose und method at the other end, Instead
of toe hurried signs, broken speech, and In
articulate cries of the still illiterate Atlantic.
After tho lonir Interval in which it had
brought us nothing but tho moody and often
delirious mutterings of tho sea stammering
over its ulphabet in vain, the words 'Canning
to Glass' must have seemed like tho first
I rational word uttered by a high-fever patient
I when tne ravingi nave ceaseu ana uis con
The Clnelnnittl Bank Frmad A Haa
D.PHIU Box Bmld to Contain
lOO.OOO, and nnrna the Mam of
H,vw.n, box pnr aaa
I'on4 to Contain aaa Import
fTram lit CUi o Tlati tf Tloradar.
About th mlddlo ot July lut a arcntle.
manlj'-looldoj itrmnfer, kivid? tbe nuae of
Alcuorruo, ana nprecenung uinaeir u an
extcniire dealer In real ertate. entered tbe
Firat National Bank of, Cincinnati and de
posited a box containing, at He averred,
(100,000 In ipeclo.
Tbe denoait was accented bv Hr. OritHlh.
tbe cashier, and a certilcxto of depoait for
the amount giren in return, llcllnrnie re
turned tne next dar and drew ont 3.000.
and again tbe next for the aame amount,
and 10 on until 860,000 had been drawn,
since when nothing haa bc;n beard ot him by
the officer of th bank.
After a week or morajMd eltHM, and
nothing teen or heard of HcBnrnle, tho offl-
ctraof the bank became' alarmed, and, orj
proceeding to lnrcstijuto the matter, found,
instead of 8100,000 in specie, a box filled
with lead. 1
The matter was Immediate r nloced in the
handt ot tho police authorities, but not the
least clue to the whereabout, of the swindler
could be discovered. Fora time tbia matter
created considerable excitement and discus
Ion, and detectives in al) parts of the coun
try were on the lookout for the individual;
but of late tbo affair has bcon almost forgot
ten, except by a few interested individuals.
a nay or two since tne police authorities or
this city received information tbat McBurtilo
was on his way from Canada to Chicago, and
would arrive bore at a certain time.
A full description of itiie individual was
accordingly given into tho hands of certain
officers, and a close surveillance kept upon
all arrivals, but nothing In the way of infor
mation was gained in this direction. Yester
day about eleven o'clock, while Officer Van
Fleet was on duty at Uio crossing of Lake
and Clarko street!, he suddenly espied an
Individual, answering in every particular tho
description given of McBurme, as it was for
warded from Cincinnati, and immediately
took him into custody. Tho arrested Indi-
viauai oaa jusi oeen mailing me rounus oi
the banks, and was about to return to tbe
hotel the Adorns House when his diI-
gnznage was directed to the Central sta
tion. Deputy Superintendent Nelson imme
diately sent a description of the man to Cin
cinnati, and received an answer to send him
on, winch leaves but little room for doubt
as to his identity. He calls himself Francis
C. Hurdctt, ana is a man of about fortj-flve
years of age. Officers Tan Fleet and Ma
cauley Instituted a search of his rooms
at the Adams House yesterday, but noth
ing of a criminating character was discov
ered. A number of letters of introduction were.
however, found, directed to various bunkers
in the northwest, in which he is represented
as Francis 0. Bnrdett, a gentleman of large
means, and who was desirous of doing some
business with them, lie also had in bis pos
session a arau on a nut ot Lionuon, u. w.,
for 100. These are supposed to be forger
ies. At the Adams house he had engaged
an elegant tuito of rooms. He also had in
employ a male servant, whom he engaged at
Detroit to accompany him on his travel'
He will be taken to Cincinnati this morning.
Tho New Naval Officer at Bonlou.
John L. Swift, of Massachusetts, has been
made naval officer at the port of Iloston.
We are glad of It. Bwift was once the rub
idest kind of a Fremont Republican, and
could talk longer, faster, and with better
spirit than any man of his years tben on the
stump. He was full of apropos stories, so
iuh, in laci, luai mey iwinsieu in ms eyes,
and rolled mellitluously from his tongue, as
tho choicest of oil from tho smoothest of
vials. Jobn thought a great deal of Mr. N.
1'. Banks, and through his influence held
some minor office in the State organisation.
Then came the war, and Captain John drew
on the martial trowscrsand eko thegonreous
hat, he went to save his country and make a
name ui 10 leave to me mue swms 01 tne
dun future. He was placed upon tho stair of
Gen. Banks, and accompanied that gallant
gentleman to the Hades of New Orleans.
Ihen and there he relapsed into nolitics and
figured extensively as tho Adjutant Oeneral
of tho State. Ho returned and became a
follower of tbe President, attended meetings,
told good stories and tolerably long jams,
hurrahed unon the hichwavs. and worked
liked a trooper on byways. lie went to Mas
sachusetts, turned up at Saratoga, and was
extensively visible at Philadelphia. All this
time he kept a dual eye upon the President,
and now, like a faithful servant, ho bos his
reward. John L. Swift, Esq , we greet you,
and hopo you will be a good boy now uud
lorever. jy. 1 . lilizcn, . 1.
Firry Ykars is ax Irox Oaok There la
now living at Vucklaud, Massachusetts, a
maniac named Josiali Spaulding, who ba.
Deen connnca in an iron cage lor over nil)
years, and for more th&n thirty ) cars has
not stood erect, till he has become so de
formed that it is impossible to stralghtin Ills
limbs by manual force, llo refuses to be
clothed, and will not suffer an) thing to re
main on hiin, and Is only kept uanu in win
ter by warming the room in which his cage
is placed. His human nature seems to have
totully deserted him; he is onlv a beimr of
senseless existence. His father, Her. Jo.iah
Bpauluing,uas too lirst minister settled at
Rockland, and this, his only son, was the
only survivor of a premature triplet birth.
During his bo) hood and youth he was in
dulgid to tho fullest extiut, and though an
extremely dull and backward scholar, finally
applied lor admission to Williams college
alter tho continued efforts and persuasions
of his parents and teachers. Ho was unsuc
cessful in his application, and commenced a
district school, which the s) mptoms of insan
ity compelled to give up. Ills madness man
ifested itself in attempting to murder his
father and mother, and was chained for the
safety ol his family. After mouths of rub
bing the linlvB of his fetters against each
other, ho sneceeded in freeing himself, when
his first act was to attempt to murder his
sister, Since then he has inhabited the care
in woicn uo is now Kept, and tits insamt) uas 1
ureu growing more ana more nopcioss, until
it is now utterly incurable.
Ix the Court of (leneral Sessions, New
York, Wednesday, Kmil Uerrallnil, who has
been in the employ of the Becret sen ice of
tho Treasury Department, searching for
counterfeiter, was convicted of robbery In
the first degree and sentenced to the Slate
prison for twenty )cars, his accomplices,
rrospero Msggottee, was sentenced to the
State prison for ten )cars. George Price, a
little boy charged with stealing, searched tho
pockets of a fellow-prisoner while the Jury
was out deliberating upon bit ease. Several
other ctiei were dlipoiod of,
ITom. nenry Otider.
About the time of Judge Graham's death
another noble patriot was summoned "to join
the innumerable caravan." The death of
Hon. Henry under was sudden and unloosed
for. Few men were better known or had a
prouder record throughout the State than he.
A native of Kentucky, fn early life and in
tbo southern part of the State he commenced
a career that was to terminate In tx much
usefulness to his country and honor to him
self. Henry Urider was one of tbe best law
yers in the State, as well as one of the most
powerful speakers, driving conviction with
his earnest appeals and vehement logic. He
bad in early Vile pursued various avocations,
and each successfully. Over thirty yean ago
he conducted a newspaper tne town of
Munfordvlllc, Ky. Subsoraonlly to which he
had, as many or our most illustrious men
have done, "taught school. After this he
edited the Oreea Rivtr Odzetts, the first
paper ever published fn Bowling Ureen and
among tbe first ever established in southern
Kentucky. In Bowling Green he fairly en
tered upon his upward and honored career,
having succeeded in brushing away the cloud
that gathered over his vounir asntrations.
These efforts hardened him for tbe battle of
life which he had so successfully fought He
wss from fighting stock. His father was au
officer in the revolution, and he himself was
an officer in the war of 1812, while one of hit
sons was a Federal officer in the late war. This
shows the granite stuff of which the lamented
deceased was made.
Iicnrv Under commenced the practice of
tho law in Bowling Green, and at once be
came a successful attorney, a Iucrativo prac
tice flowins' ranidlv In unon him. ne stood
among the foremost at the bar of Kentucky
throughout nts me, ms nne legal eitammenta
and tremendous force of character being un
questioned and unchallenged by either the
people or by his professional brethren. He
look an early interest in State and National
politics, and when quite young was sent to the
Kentucky Legislature. Here developing
talents and capacities worthy a higher sphere
and a broader arena, he was, in 1837, sent to
tbe National Congress. In Congress his in
tellect came in collision with these of other
men, and was sharpened to a keener edgo by
the contact Ho made his mark in the Na
tional Cougress, and returned to his constitu
ents to resume the practice of his profession.
ne was a stern unflinching patriot and
an old-line Whig of the Clay and Webster
school. Whatever omnions he had he ex
pressed them boldly and fearlessly, and they
were generally correct There was no mid
dle ground with him.
When the rebellion developed itself, ho
linked himself to tbe destinies of tho Union.
He waa elected to Congress in 1861, and re
elected In 1863, and was again elected last
year In opposition to the Constitutional
Amendment, an opposition which was con
scientious. His services In Congress, fight
ing the radicals with one arm and the rebels
with tho other, (for he opposed both,) have
been of incalculable value to the country as
illustrating tbe position especially of Ken
tucky. 11c was mo mcmDer eicci to uon
grers at the time of his death. Henry Gridtr
as a speaker was bold, vigorous, and earnest,
forcibly and convincingly insisting upon bis
iews and measures; as a lawjer he had few
superiors in the State or even anywhere; as
a man, though of a fiery, impetuous nature
when aroused, he was possessed of the loft
iest and most generous impulses, while as a
Christian and a neighbor he was without re
proach and universally esteemed. His death
is a sad bereavement to his friends and com
munity, and an irreparable loss to his district
and to tho whole State. IjOuiivtUe Journal.
PROPOSALS TOR BUILDING REV
S.lfd rropotala, aadoraad Propoaala for Balldlns
K.V.BU. C.tl.r. ' will b. rM.Iad .1 Ikla D.partiB.Bt
until soon of WEDNESDAY, lb. lota of October a.xt,
f.r balldl.a aad SiUaa Two Topa.lla ecbooa.ro.of TO)
toaa, .Id luaaramat, aad Sla Tor. aad an Blnf.4
Scbooaara of lie Iota, do Tb. Veaaala to h. bnlll of
tbaba.1 ut.rlala,.opp.r.d aad opp.r-f.uad, aid
d.llf.r .float, ra.dr for aaa, at aotu. port oa tb. Al
laatlt, Mmplauly .(alppd, .ac.pl arE.am.at, imal
altloa, farallur.. aa.Ucu laatrnmaau, alor... aad oal
Sla rla&a aad apMlSctloaa iu b. obtalaad at Ibla Sa
in or or i.u.r
"P KOPOSALB FOR TOBAUUO.
Fit lad Kim l A, Pa , Bpt4)raberlJ,166.
Scaled proposals, la duplicate, will ba itctlved bv
lha atidirslf aid, oatll 10 a. m. BiplimUr , tot, odea
1103 OIRAKD atreet. third fioor, or directed to alm.l'uet
Offlea box 1X33, Philadelphia, for faraUhlag tha Valted
U(m Babalitaaea Deparimaal tale city with SM
pooadaof PLUG TOBACCO, of a trade aot Inferior to
tha frada eommoalj know a aa 1Mavf Plan' each
plait o elfh aa nearly aa poetlble oaa (1) pgnnd It
will only baparchaied ''tax paid "
Barn plea of tbe tobacco mutt ba dellTered Wllb Ike
propoiaite aad referred to therein
Taa tare of eaoh parkape of Ubi
ba carefully aecenalued, and will
bacco parehaeed mutt
ita ina btou aaa nti
welitbt narked (hereon It will beTerld'dbratripplatT
aenlficlent a a tuber of boxee,aed the tobacco Inspected
and compared with Ibe ru!oel eamplee at the tlma of
del I re ry
Fropotale mnal be endoreed "Propoiete for finbelat
enee ' C. L KILBURN,
eeW BtI Brlf. Oaaaral, A. 0. O. 8
T IUTFOBALS FOR" KEEP I
PatLADBtPRia, Septan. bar 12,1800
8eteJ propoaala. la da pile ate will be received by lha
n&deratuned, until 10 a m September 2U.UM), otDce,
HOI OIRAKD Street, third floor, or directed to him
Fo.t Office boa 13J8, Philadelphia, far fn ml thing Iba
troop, employee. &c , at fort Delaware, Delaware,
with rKKSll BKkf. of a good marketable qaallty, la
eiaal proportloneof fore and bind qnartera.eaoludlng
neche, ebanke, and kidney tallow The aald beef to ba
delivered, free of coat, to the troop, employee. Jko . at
Tort Delaware, lo tnen qnantlllee aa may be from tlma
to time repaired by the Con minding Offloer of tbat
fuel, and to condone In force for all month, com menu
g on tbe lit day of October I860, or loth la time aa
tbe Cotuuilatary Oeneral ihall direct, aad enblect to
Upon acceptance of the offer, arearlty and bond In the
bqtii of Iwoihooaand dollar will ba re (aired for tbe
faithful perform a a en of lha contract.
Hide diii. la endorted "Propo aU for Beef ' '
C L MLBTJBV,
llvt. Itrlg. General, 1 CO 8.
Ornci or In'TroaiiiMiAir fristtarBari,
foil M UIUMI, BI1.C,
Kantamber 4. 188(1
Keeled Pi-onoaala wilt be received at thle offlee for
ui i lying I he Iraope at Fort MclUary, Ui , with
for alz monlb from Ibe let October, IfekJ
The Beef lo be of k d end nmkeiable quality, U
equal proportion or fore and hind quarter, (necka,
hanke and kidney (tallow to be excluded.) to bade.
llveredlaucb qQaaililM aad at auih tluaa - aot ax
ceadlag Ureellnioaa week ae lha Aaalataat Commit
eery of SubaUleaee may dealgaala
Thenerkaof lb caitle alaugbtared to be delivered
onder thla contract ehall ba eat off at Iba fourth verte
bral Jolul and Ibe breeat trimmed dowa. Tha thank
of fora quarter (ball be eat off from three to fonrlncfaee
ivmr me g juiii, aaa , niBI quiMH from alX W
eight loehea above tha gambrel or bock Joint.
The Propoaali, aadoraad "Propoaala for lupplylng
Frh Beef " lo ba teat to thla office on or before 13 m
oftbaMtblnataat, Each propoaal lo ba accompanied
by an approved guarantee thai the party propoalng will
eater Into boade to perform tbe contract
Tho aaderalgaed raaervee tba right lo reject aay or
all bide not to Iba latere! of tba Dalud Italae
I. A BANCROFT,
aaMM4 Brevet CeptJi. AC S
W B Coona, a J EaoAaV
COOPER & HAOAN,
(ttneaeeaor of Jaa.lklrvleg.)
rrOVI, Tilt AND gHIlT.IHOJf. WOR KIRS,
497 Ueveath Street, above Pen a 'a Ave,,
WAbUIVOTOIf, D. 0.
JVPartlcntar alleatloa paid t repair! g Taritoei,
laagat, Parlor flatten, ., u aU wU Vtnutad,