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THE NA1I0NAL REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 5. 1866.
1 IiOOAIi MlilWS.
Cof stnvimi Army and Nayy Union.
Tbe regular meeting of tbli association wm held
last renin lit the Coanell Chamber it tha City
II J, the first rioeprldiit(Col. Jetnes A. Telt)
In the ahatr. and Cant. Had yard leorctarr.
Engineer J. 0. Moekabee tendered big resign J
lion H oorr(UDutiig worvMij ui tua usociBiionf
Mid It Wei MOtpUd
Cpt. B R. II o Keen wu elected to fill the Tft
Mr Jno. H Thompson, from the special com
mlttee to prepare resolutions, reported the follow
Ing preamble and resolutions, wbloh were) unani
Whereu desire bag been manifested by those)
who were, late In irmi against m to eultlrete
frUndlj feeling betweiD the sections of our oom
mon country, nd hare declared that they are will
leg to leare the decision of their rlghti cltliens
of tbo United States to the offloeri and men of the
Ualon armr end BTy therefore be it
Rtiotved. That while we consider rebellion
crime whleh should bo screrely punished, yetltli
not magnanimous aa soldiers to attempt to eroih a
fallen foe, and we therefore welcome with Joy all
attempt! to heal the wonndi and again unite our
Ruolvii, That tbli should be a union of hearts
and a union of bands, and that to aooompltih
which we moit forgtre In the present and pledge
each other security of all rlghti In the future
Ruolved, That In extending a hearty welcome
back to all our laU opponent! In tho Held who will
aa men pledge to stand up for oar whole country.
we declare that If again any attempt to dlirupt
tbli Union or reitit by arme the com t Hated aa
thorltlei of the same, we will again, aj In the past,
willingly offer our llree In defence of her loitltu
(Signed) John n. Tbo nr ion,
E R McKiax,
A W. Chiltor,
W. J. Cbaioxic,
8. F. Wailbs.
Capt. MeConnell, Capt. MeKesn and Oapt.
Young were appointed ai a com ml t tee to leoure
rooma for the uio of tbe association
Lieut. Stllee, MaJ. Warner and Capt. Chilton
were appointed ai a committee to prepare an
amendment to the Oonstltatlna, declaring one of
tbe object! of tbe association to be to aid and bene
fit the members
Capt Austin, Lieut Stiles, Engineer Mookabto.
Capt. MeConnell and Lieut. James Joyce were se
lected ai an Exeoutlre Committee of the Union.
The following resolution wu offered by private
Matthew Somen, and, after some dlsoussloo, re
ferred to tbe Executive Cemmltteo :
Whereas the soldiers and I ell on of the United
States who, at the breaking out of tbo rebellion,
pledged all their most dearly oherlshed earthly In
tereiis for the defease and perpetuity of tho Na
tional Gorernment without awaiting to demand or
solicit pecuniary reward therefor, and whereas tbt
loyal cltliens throughout tbe nation admit thejui
tlce of their claim on equalisation of the QoTernment
bounty which Congress has refused to grant, giving
as their reason that tbe rolunteer soldier wu a
patriot and would feel Iniulted by being made tbe
recipient of two hundred dollars, although hli wife
and family were suffering from want) yet they, the
aforesaid members of Congress, have Increased their
own salaries by tho addition of $2,000 each per an
num : ue ii inereioro
Rttolvtttt That a special committee bo appointed
for tbe purpose of preparing an address to tbe rank
and file of the army who are entitled to claim an
equalisation of bounty, urging them to prepare pe
titions In erery city, town, and Tillage where there
Is even one iuo,h soldier, and forward the same to
Congress at as early a day as possible after tbe
first Monday In December.
Capt MeConnell, from the Committee to Procure
Rooms, reported that rooms could bo procured In
tbe National Union ExecutlTe Committee building,
on D street; and on motion, tho committee wu In
structed to procure the rooms
The committee was alio Instructed to procure
speakers for tbe meeting!
The Committee to Prepare an Amendment to tho
Constitution reported tho following) which wu
postponed under tho rules
Rttotved, That one of the objeoti and purposes
of the Conservative Army and Navy Unloo shall be
the mutual support, protection, and benefit of its
Col James D Brady wu elected tIoo president
from the State of Vlrctnla
Several gentlemen signed the constitution, and
ue association adjourned.
Laths o or a Cornkr-Stonr Yesterday
afternoon at two o'clock tbe corner stone of tbe
new Congregational church, at the corner of Tenth
and Q streets, wu laid In tbe presence of a large
number of ladles an J gentlemen Tbe foundation
ofthoedifloe (of which we have heretofore pub
lished a fall description) Is nearly completed, and
tbe work will be pushed forward rapidly, A box
containing the following articles wu placed In the
stone A copy of each of the papers published In
this District; several pieces of fractional currency!
a oopy of the Bible and a byron booki a list of
officers and members of tho Congregational society,
n list of tbe committees, several papers containing
Bueooanta of the assassination and funeral of Presi
dent Llnooln, reports of different departments of
too rreeamen'i iiureaui oopy oi me report oi ido
Publlo Schools for this Dlitrlotj several documents
relating to the origin and progress of tbo society,
a piece of wood, over 700 years old, from an old
aatbedral In Glasgow) two pleoei of wood, fire and
ilx hundred years old, from two churchei near
Liverpool) piece of tho " dead Hoe" from Ander
onvlllet a brick from the oburch attended by Uen
Washington A large number of the above articles
were furnished by Mr. Nicholls, a member of tho
After a hymn by tbe oongregatloo, Major Gen
O O, Howard wu Introduced, and delivered an
address in which he spoke of the origin and pro
Jress of tbe Wubltgton Congregational Society.
t was originated In February, 1864, the first
neatlnr belns held at WMerd'i Hall. Tbe next
meeting was held at Union League rooms, on Ninth
street, where the Society worshipped for some
time until the Unitarian church was rented, which
wu occupied for thru months, and now the ser
vices are neld at Metserott Hall, on Pennsylvania
avenue Tbe Society now numbers about 170 mem
bers, with a Sunday school of over 100 children and
twenty teachers The cost of the lot on which the
new church Is to be erected was $23,000, of which
am $15,000 had been paid. Tbe cost of the build
ing would be about $05,000, and over $35,000 hu
l-M-.ri hsan nnllefited
Th box fiontelnlnz tho above named articles
was then put In place by 11 on 8. II Hodges, of
Vermont, a member of tbe Appeal Board in me
Rev. Dr Holbrook, of Homer, New York, then
t)lrard a fervent Driver, after which Rev. Dr
Fdwln Johnson, of the Congregational ohnrch of
Baltimore, was Introduced and spoke for some
time, referring to tbe origin and principles of tbe
Congregational Cburoh. He believed It wu proper
that politics should be spoken of In tho pulpit, and
the Congregational church did not believe that
subjects relative to the publlo good of the country
should be allowed to pass unnoticed by ministers
After tbe lecture, or sermon, tbe doxolngy was
sung, and the benediction given by Dr. Boynton
Tbo Council of the Congregational Church met
In tbe Calvary Dentist Church yesterday morning,
when, after examination, Rer. Dr. Boynton was
elected Pastor of the First Congregational Cburob
Tho Installation of Dr. Boynton took place last
evening In the same oburch, according to the fol
lowing programme Anthem: InvocatlonandRead
Ing of the Scriptures, by Iter. T R Howlett;
Hymn; Sermon by Rer, Samuel Woloott, D D
Installing Prayer by Rer J C Holbrook, I) D .
Anthem) Charge to tbe Pastor, by Rer, Edward
Taylort Fellowship of the Churches, by Rer By
ron Sunderland, D D l Address to tbo People by
Iter. O. S Goodelt, Concluding Prayer, by ReV
Edwin Johnson) Anthem, Benedlotion by the Pas
tor, Rev. Dr O B Boynton
Board of 1'ouck Commismovehs The
regular meeting of the Board of Metropolitan Fu
lice Commissioners wu held yesterday afternoon
at their rooms In polloe headquarters
Thomas E W. Meinour wu appointed clerk to
Major Richards, at ao annual salary of $1,200
J M Clswion wu appointed additional patrol
man for duty between Ninth and Tenth and h and
Robert Sutton was recommlssloned as an add I
tlonal patrolman for duty between Eleventh and
Fourteenth and F and O streets.
John 8 Holtiogsbead wu appointed u police
magistrate, without salary.
Charles E. Harrlgan was appointed as a private
detective, bis bond to be approved by the Treu-
m.i ftf iKk Ttitrd .
Tbe charges egalnst Sergeant P W. Harbin, of
tbe igmn precinct, ana pnva. uv . , vi
tbe Seventh precinct, were dismissed
Tbe lieutenants of the several district! having
been summoned to appear before tbe Board, were
addressed by Dr, Nichols, president of the Doard,
who gave tbem many valuable suggestions as to
their doty and manner of discharging tbe same;
th rrnntr tfl anfarna falifllnlln. and the SOU-
ajril dalltl ud bwrlpf of offigin, Tbe additif Of
Dr. Nichols was a rery able on, and wu listened
to rery attentively by all present.
The application for licenses to sell Hqnor, ap
plied for by parties In Georgetown, were referred
to a special committer, to be reported on at tho
Tbo report of the Committee on Uniforms wu
taken up and adopted. -for privates and lergeanti
tbt uniforms are tho sama u heretofore worn.
The lieutenants will have a silver bordsr strap on
each shoulder, with on gold bar In each end Th
captain and Inspector will wear a silver border
strap, with two gold ban In each end. Major
Richards will wear a silver border strap with a
The Visit op th Rbd Mr. .Yesterday
afternoon th Grand Council, Tuioarora and Osage
tribes of Red Men left th city In the 3 o'clock
train, for tho purpose of paying a fraternal rlslt to
th Red Men of Alexandria. Upon arriving In
Alexandria they were received by th Mayor of
that city, who fa Put Great Incahoone of th
Order After tho guests had partaken of luneh
they proceeded to the residence of the Mayor, for
the purpose of serenading blm. After several
piece of musi by th band. Mayor Latham ap
peared and spoke of th origin and benefits of the
Order of Red Men. He then referred to th wise
and patriotic course of President Johnson) when a
Mr. Edwards, a member of Tuscarora Tribe, from
this city, stepped in front of Mayor L. and said he
obleoted to the sMeeb h did not want a Johnson
speech. Many of th Alexandrians cried out, "We
ar all Johnson man," upon which Mr. E called
ror tbo Bed Men to rail in line ana leave) out tner
wer too many good Johnson men present, and
they would not take Mr. Edwards' advice. Mayor
Latham said be Intended to Insult no on, and had
no meaning to give offence. He continued his
speech, and at tbe close the rlsltors returned to
Osoeola UaU. At night a ball wu given In honor
of th rlsltors, and ererythlng pused off pleuantly
Sad Ace id jcmt. Yesterday morning Mr.
Add oh Elsenbelss. a welss beer brewer, who re
sided on Pennsylvania arenue, near Thirteenth
street, went out Running with his ion, a lad ten
years of age. When near th Diitriot line, about
two miles beyond Benning'i bridge, a terrible acci
dent occurred, roiultin In the death of Mr Elsen
belss. It seems he wu walking through th fields
with the hammer of his gun raised. When be
reached a small ditch or branoh, th lad jumped
over, when th father handed him th srun with
th muisl pointing towards himself. Th little
fellow, In eatchlng hold of It, accidentally pnt his
nngers on in trigger, ana tne ioaa wu aisonargeo,
the contents taklnx effect In th thigh of Mr. Elsen
belss, tearing away a circular portion of flesh about
thre Inohes in diameter, and causing his death In
about fir minutes.
Horrified at th result of hti carelessness, the
boyihontd for help, upon which Mr. Stone, a
farmer reeldlnsr In th riclnltr cam to bis aid.
but too late to b of any uslstano Th farmer
Immediately placed the body In a wigon and
brought It to th city, arriving her about five
o'clock. Mr Elsenbiesi wu about thlrty-elght
years of age, and was highly esteemed by a large
number of friends ne leaves a disconsolate wife
and four Interesting children.
Bare Ball Yesterday Union vs. Poto
mac A gam between these two well known clubs
took place yesterday south of the Whit House
But fir innings were played, owing to tbe approaoh
of darkness, at which tfm the soore stood u fol
MeUMre, 1 f..
Curtis, e f..,.
Fletcher, 1 b.,
Rudolph e ,.,
UthrP, 1 f ...
Caislrty, e f ..
Shepherd, r. f .
... 1 S
Names 1 1 S 4 0 Total
Ualoa 19 T a S 4 M
rotomae 17 14 0 U
Cmptre P. McCaaley. of tbe Jefferson Club
SsorcreJ. J. Beardeley, Union W. H Fallsr, Po
Larcent Oases Annla Erana, a colored
woman, wu arrested on Wednesday afternoon by
Officer Hill, of tbe Second ward, for stealing lum
ber from the yard of Messrs Wlllett A Redgrave,
on tb canal, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
streets. She wu taken before Justice Morselt,
who sent her to jail to answer th charge at court
A woman named Annta Flood wu arrested in
tb Seventh ward by Officer Ashton, on Wednes
day, charged with the larceny of ladies' wearing
apparel from the house of Mrs. Minna Oyppreeht,
with whom she wu living as a serrant. Justice
Handy snt her to Jail for court.
Sarah Douglass, a eotored school girl, seventeen
years of age, wu arrested on Wednesday by Officer
Nelson, of th Seventh ward, for stealing $120
from ber father. Henry Douglass She acknowl.
edged stealing $8, but said she knew nothing of
to ottter money, on was neia ior a neanng
"Watch Rkcotered On the 23d of Sep
tember lut, Mr. Wm Daker, while at the Park,
was robbed of a valuable gold watch, and no clue
wu obtained of the thief until yesterday, when a
lady appeared at the Second precinct station bouse
before Lieut. Johnson, and handed blm the watch,
stating to tho lieutenant that the watch wu stolen
by a boy named Wm Simmons, and given to her
son (named Lura Collins) to sell Collins, who Is
rery young, knew he wu doing wrong, and gave
tbe watch to his mother, who returned It to th
officer. When the larceny was committed there
war tfiur hfivi In the Tiartv Lnm Collins. Wm
Simmons, AI. Grant, and John Callahan each of
tbem about 10 years or age. 'iney ar wen known
to tbe officers, and hare given some trouble. Mr
Baker did not deeir to prosecute tb boys, and
they wer not arrested.
Steam no Dry Goods Jane Thomas and
Marr Klmr. two colored women, wer arrested yes
terday by Officer Coomes, of tho Fourth ward, for
stealing a 10s oi ary gooas irom in store oi i sies
A Selby, on Pennsylvania arenue, near Seventh
street. Th two women hare been noticed in the
store several times by Mr. Selby, and yesterday
ihav wr Aanvht stealing Unon belnr searched.
It wu found that each one had a large bag under
her dress and a hoi In th dress throut h which tb
goods were pused Into th bsg Several pieces of
calico and delaines wer louna in to. nag Tne
women wer taken to th statlon-hous and their
houses on Ninth street, near Boundary, searched,
when a large lot of dry goods, valued at $200, were
recovered They wer sent to jail for court and
tbo goods hspt at the station house to be Identified
A Siiootino Cabe. On Wednesday even
ing, about 8 o'clock, a difficulty occurred on
Seventh street, near Bouodarr. during which a
man named Cornelius Uurleby wu shot In the face
by a man named Daniel Stewart, th ball taking
enect in tne cneea, inuioung a nesn wouna only,
It seems l bat iiuneny, wuu several irienas, naa a
dlffinltv with Stewart before the shot was fired
Stewart and several others wer arrested and held
Political MFEmn at Mktzkrott IIai u
Hon. W. B Stokes, of Tennessee, and other "fl.ro
tried " patriots ar to make speeches at uetierott
UaU next Saturday vnlng
Appointment or Justice or the Peacb
Mr. Donald MoCathran. of this citr. has been ap
pointed a Justice of th Peaoe for tb District of
Th Courts. m
Levy Court Tho regular monthly meet
ing of th Levy Court was held on Monday last In
tbe Aldermen's Chamber at the City Hall
Tbe Sargent road was deolded by the Court to be
a publlo road.
The Chair notified th Court that Mr John Con
din, of tb county, bad taken up and Impounded
certain cattle trespassing on bis premises, which
bad been replevlned, and that the lskue would be
tried at tb next term of the Court Tbo Attorney
of the Court wu directed to uslst Mr. Condln s
counsel in tb suit.
Th Collector was directed to enforce by sale of
property, aooordlng to law, tbe payment of all
taxes du previous to th present year,
Mr. Blagden reported resolutions directing the
clerk to obtain from th police magistrates de
tailed statements of th fines Imposed and col
lected and returned since August 1, 1865, and to
Inform tbem that hereafter they ar to make re
turns to tbe Treasurer of tbe Court, and that tbe
allowance of ten per cent will hereafter be discon
tinued The resolutions wer adopted.
Mr. Blagden also reported an ordlnanoe creating
th offlo of Sealer of Weights and Meuures for
th county, at a salary of $25 per annum; which
Th Attorney of the Court baring declined to
tak out letters of administration on tbe estate ot
an unknown man found drowned In th county, th
clerk wu dlreoted to take out such letters
Mr. Blagden reported an ordinance to license
ioiuranoe companies or tbelr agents In tbe oounty
at tbe rat of $25 per annum, and In out of a vlo.
latlon of this act, a penalty of $50 is prescribed,
which wu passed.
Criminal Court Judge Fhhtr Yester
day Ji Dxeper, tadlttaef for th laroanj of a
rells with clothing and money, to the rata of
$47. from Dr. Barner.wu convicted, and sentenced
to th penitentiary at Albany for eighteen months,
omuu ior aeieoce.
John Itoltoben. Indicted for th tareenr of ten
bagatelle balls from John Tally, wu found not
nenry B. Roberts, convicted for th larceny of a
Sold watch and $300 in money from Allen L An
erson, wu stntenoed to two years In th pen I ten-
iiaryi uavis ior aeienoe
Has tbe hoaor to aaaoeaee
TWO GRAND OPIRA CONCXRTB,
WIDNE9DAT EVENING, OCTOBER 10,
FRIDAY IVXIIINO, OCTOBIR It,
Beta mntt poaltlvely tbe oaly Cveeerts la which the
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MME MARIE FREDERIC',
The celebrated rrinta Doana. Her nrsl appearance
since her return from Europe.
MR. JAMES M. WSBLI,
Tbe treat Plaao Virtuoso, now believed the noit
brilliant of all Itvlag Pianists Hie first appearance
slots his return from Europe
MR. THEODORE TUB BLM AN,
The favorite Lyrie Tenor. His first eppearaaee this
MR, JOSim nERMAWR,
The grt Basso Prof an lo His first eppearaaee tbls
MR. FRANZ HIMMER,
The popular Tenor His firtt appearance this season
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FovtheBftneat of tbe Soldiers and Bailors' Orphans
MANAfllNO DIRECTORS' OFFICE,
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In order te accommodate the Inereaied demsad for
Ticket, to the GRAVD NATIONAL CONCERT, the prin
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national Hotel,) will be kept opea for the SALE OF
TICKETS uatlt 10 o'cloek, p in, until the day of
TICKET) for sale at the Fair Building, as usual
All Book for the sate of tickets will be eloped at 9
o'etoek, p m , on THURSDAY EVENING, October 11,
Persons deilrous of purcheslng Tickets are re nested
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tbe preparations for the drawing
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TODER, an UJtFORNISRED BRICK HOUSE
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front by 214 feet deep, embracing one half of a luare 444,
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BEVEN FIR CENT
PIRST-CLASS PIEST UORTOAOI BONDS.
THE NORTH HI880DRI RAILROAD COMPIOT BBC
aathorlied a to Mil tholr lit Uortg.,. 7 per eoat 90
yMr boadk Th. whol. .mo.Bt Ic ts,000,000. Coapoos
p.yabl. o. tb. lit d.ya of J.aaary .ad Jaly of ..eh
year, la New York
Rr.rrlBg to oar adTertlaoraeat of Aafaat, hBTla,
aold the Brat half mtllloa of thaa. dealrabl. boada, w.
hT. adt.aced th. price to ElOHTT-PIVE CENTS, at
whleh they et.ad aarlraled a. th. .h..pet Brat claaa
aecartty la tbe market
Aey farther laqBlrlea will b. ..aw.rad .1 oar olBee
aepl-tf JAT COOKE k CO
lIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
U D Cobb, (of JeyCook. Co ,) Predeat,
W. B HcaTuraToa, Oaealw.
P1IABCIAL AOBNT OF THI UNITED TTATlf.
lor. .tbbbt, orroarra tla Tafiavir DBPABTMiaT.
noTarsuaat eeeartllea wltk Treuirar UalUd BtalM,
BTOKB HIU.Ioa DOLLAKB.-W
Wa bay aad aall .U eluw. .( OOVIENM1IT IBOU.
RITIRS at earroat aiark.t ratM.
rOEltlSH BXCHAIQlMd BBk. OoIImUobi oa ALL
THI PRINCIPAL CITIES OP THI 0NITID BTATIS.
W. parahu. OoTeraiaoBt VoaeherB .a th. M08T
PAVOBABLI TIRMB, aad ,tr. oiaarVL aid raoiirT
ACCOUNTS OP BD8INE6S Mil AND HEME,
aad to Bay other bealaeae ..treated lo bb,
PULL INTORMATIOX la rafBrd to OOVIRNMUTT
LOANS at all Hull eaa.rf.lly foralibad.
WU HUNTIIOTOI, Caihlar.
funin. rjaieh ). law aahu-dlf
KPAUTMENT OP TIIK INTKRIOtt
UmriD Ststbs Patist Orrici,
naRHIKUTUH, 1DIBII , iVOtl
On the petition of John Pep per, of Lake Tlllsge, New
Hampshire, praying for the extension of a patent
granted on the 0th day of December, 18M, patented In
bngland the 311 day of November, ISA!, aad relasnsd
to said Pepper October 27, 16S3, for an Improvement la
Knitting Maeblnea, for se-en years from tbe expire
tlon of said patent, which takes place on tbe ttd day
of November, ItiBoi
It la ordered that the said petition be heard at the
Patent Offlceon MONDAY, the Alh day of November next,
at 13 o'clock, m j and all persons are notified to appear
and show cease, if any they have, why said petition
ought not to be greeted
Ptrsona opposing the extension are required to file In
the Patent OdUe tbelr objsctlona, specially st forth In
writing, at least twenty days before the day of hearing)
all testimony filed by either party, to be used at tbe
said hearing, mast bo taken and transmitted In accord
ancewlth the rules of tbe offlce. whleh will be fur
nlshsd on application
Depositions aad other papers, relied upon as teatl
loony, must be filed In the olllce (unnty days before the
day of hearing, the arguments, U any, within Un days
after filing tbe testimony
Ordered, also, that Ibis notice be published In the
Rifcilio.m and tbe InttlUgtnerr, Washington, B C ,
and In tbe Journtl, Portsmath, I H , one a week for
three successive weeks , the first of said publications to
he at least sixty days previous to the day of hearing
T C THEAKER,
Commissioner of Patents
P 8 Editors of the above pspsrs will plsase copy,
aud send their bills to tbe l'aleot Offlce with a paper
vitntalnlng this notice nM-UwHw
ARDNEIVS PHOrOGRAPUIO ART
. ,11 Seventh street,
ONCE MORI IB RUBBING ORDER
The damage sauied by the late Ire hu been eo fax re
paireu mat eusinesa wm ue isaaiu
THIS MORNING. (WSDBEBDAT, Oetober 4th.)
When, aa formerly, the rule will be strictly enforced
throughout the establishment.
" PRODUCE THE BEST, NO MATTER WHAT TBI
COST IB TIME AND MATERIAL."
Mr a. takes Ihls opportunity to laeak hit numerous
Wends aad customers for past klalaees, aad lo aay 11
shall be hie eoastaal elm to continue U mart! Ue rery
liberal eateuag ememt hartiefen uteaiee W hi
DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR,
Uintsd St At as Patxrt Orrtoi,
WisfliwoTov, Aaruet 16, ISM
Oa the pettlloa or Erasmne A. Pond, of Rutland, Ver
noat, prsylag ror the extension of a patent granted lo
him the 7th day ef December, lBAS, for aa Improvement
la Ptlt Making Machines, for seven years from the expt
ratloaof aald patent, whleh takee plane ea the 7lh day
of December, 19
II In ordered that the sail petltloa be heard at the
PateatOffleeoBMONQAY, tha l&lh day of November
aext, at IS o'clock m land all persons are aoilfled to
appear and show cause, If any they have, why aald petl
tlon ought aot to be greeted.
Persons orpoatnr the extan
Persons opposing the exteaaloa are required to lie la
the Patent Offlce their objections, specially set fonh la
writing, at least (loray days before tbe day ef hearing j
all testlmoay filed by either party, to be used at the
said hearts g, must be taken aad transmitted la accord
anee with the raise of the offlce, which will be far
nlshed oa application
Depositions aad other papers, retted upon ae testt
tnony. must be filed In the offlce tiOMty dare before the
day or hearing t the arguments, If any, within fen days
after filing tbe testimony.
Ordered, also, that this notice be published la the
RirPBLlOA and the National Inttlltgencer, Washing
ton, D C , aad la the lltrald, Rutland, Vermont,
oneeaweek for three sneceSstvn weeks the first of sali
publications to be at least sixty days previous to the
day or hearing THOMAS UARLAND,
Acting Commissioner of Patents
P 8 Editors of the above papers will please copy,
and send their bllle to the Paleat Offlee with a paper
containing thte notice aulS-lawJw
Apartment op the interior,
Diirso StATia Patixt Orrici,
WiaamoTOX, Angast t-1, 1M6"
On the petition of Daniel Talnter,of Worses er. Mass ,
praying for tbe extension of a pstenl granted to blm oa
thexoth day of November, 1632, for aa Improvesaent la
Rotary Knitting Machines,' ' for seven yeare from the
explratfoa of said patent, which takes plate-on the ESd
ordered that the ssld petition be heard at the
Patent Offlce on MONDAY, the 12th day of November,
18M, at 1! o'clock m and all peraoue are noilfled to
appear and show cause, if any they have, why aald
petltloa ought not to be granted
Persons opposing the extension are required to file la
the Patent Office their objections, specially eel forth la
wrltlag, at least ftoenfy days before the day of hearing,
all testimony filed by either party, to be used at the
said hearing, must be taken and transmitted la accord
ance with the rules of the offlce, which will he fur
nished on application
Depositions aad other papers, relied upon as testt
moay, must be filed In the offlee twenty days before the
day of hearing! the arguments. If any, wlthla few days
after filing the testimony.
Ordered, alao, that this notice be published In the
R i re a Lie a r aad the Inttlltgtnerr, Washington, D O.,
and In the Bpy, Worcester, Mass , once a week for
three eascesst re weeks , the nrsl of eald publications to
be at least sixty days previous to the day of bearing.
T G THEAKER,
Commissioner of Patents.
p S Editors or the above papers will please copy,
and send tbelr bills to the Patent Offlee with a paper
containing thla notice anlA-wjiw
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Uhitid Static Patsit Orrici,
WasHtxuTax. Ancn-t 7. &M
On the petition of Joseph J Conch, formerlr of Phil
adelphia, Penn'a, now of Brooklyn, N Y , praylsg for
tbe extension of a patent granted to him on tbe lid dar
of November, 1U2. for en Improvement In "Machines
ior jjrutiDg biods, ior years irora tne xpiration
of aald patent, which takes place oa the 33d day of Bo
II la ordered that the aald petition be heard at the
Patent Offlce on MONDAY, tbe 6th day or November
next, ai iz ocidci rn ; ana an persons are sonata w
appear and show cease, if any they have, why said pe
11. ion ought not to be granted
Pereona opposing the extension are required to file la
the Patent Offlce their objections, specially set forth la
writing, at least tunty days before tbe day of hearlog t
all testimony filed by either party, to betued at the said
heerlnr, mast be takes end transmitted la accordance
with the rules uf the offlce, which will be furnished oa
Depoelttooo and other papers rslIM upon ae testl
tnony. most be filed In tha utile tvnty daye before the
day of hearing, the argn meats, If any, within fen days
after filing the testimony
Ordered, also that thla notice be pabllsbed In the Ri
rtTBLlCA and tbe Intttltgenctr, Washington, D C , and
la the Tiit, New York, N Y , once a week for
three successive weeks , tbe first of said publications to
be at least sixty days previous to tbe day of bearing.
1. i tiiiaJtnBn,,
Commissioner of Patents.
P 8 Editors of tha above tuDora will Dices eon.
and send tbxlr bills to the Patent Offlee, with a paper
containing this notice e,ulS law3w
COLUMBIA IlOa PITAL FOR WOMEN
Fourteenth street, (circle ) corner of U street. '
This Institution Is situated In the most healtbr por
tion of the Dlstrkt, surrounded by tte own grounds.
Care pass the door every five minutes
Terms of admission i frum t3 to 410 per week. In ao
e rdsoce with the room required, psyalle In advance
Tbls Includes Board, Medicines, Medical, aad Surgical
J It THOMPSON, U.b,tUletret,be.weeaTwu
tleth and TwentyFlrat streets
rojturiTina riTatctixc ahd iCBtions
JOS K BARNES, M D , bargeou Ucusrsl, United
Jus R1LBY, H D, Georgetown
THOS MIL1KK, M D , F strec., Washington
A Y P OAKNETT, M D , New York avenue
W P JOHNSTON M D , Washington
ORATTON TYLER, M D . Georgetown
Applications for admissions can be made to anv of the
medical staff or the matron at the Hospital Ordejs for
a.mlesloa to the free beds nf tbls Institution csn be ob
dalned of the Rer. C II Hall, Rector of the Epiphany
Church, of tbe Rev A D Olllette. Pastor of the First
Baptist Church, and of the guru-eon In cberir at hla res
tdsnee Orders for th admission of lb wives or widow
of eoldlcrc or the United States army can be procured
toroutfn me Burgeon uenerai, unuea niaiea army
jyju u u itAtfU, v v , Mcreiary.
?R PUAN8' COURT,
J t ArnosT 4,186
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. WASHINGTON COUNTY
To WIT I
IDIIIB : III VAillHUfUwB T . IXtBartlBUB), Bq tBtniSiraiOT
or Thomas Connor, decoased, the administrator afore
saldhas,with the approbation of tbe Orphans' Court of
Washington County eforcsatd.appolntod SATULDAY,
the 1st day of September next, for the final settlement
and distribution of the personal estate of said deceased
and of the assets In hand, as tar as tbe same have been
collected and turned Into money; when and where all
the creditors and heirs or said deceased are notified to
attend, with tbelr claims properly vouched, or they may
otberwlae by law be excluded fromall benefit In said
deceased's estate t prwvlded a copy of this order be pub
Itched one a week for three week e lathe Batioial
BxrpBLioAX prevtoue w the said day
Testt C Z. B0DBIWH.
auio-iwaw- Ksgisterof Wilis
Jaly 23, IMS
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON COUNTY
TO WIT I
In the case or Oconee II Foster, administrator or
August Meyer, deceased, the administrator aforesaid
has, with tbe approbation of the Orphans' Coart or
Washington Conntr aforesaid. aDDolntsd batordsr. th
1st of September next, for tbe final settlement and dletrt
button of the personal est at of said deceased, and of Ihc
assets In baud ac far as tb same have been collected and
turned Into money i when and where all th creditors
and heirs of said deeeased ar notified lo attend, with
tbelr claims properly Touched, or they may otherwise
by law be excluded from all benefit la said deceased's
estate j provided a copy of this order be published one
a week for three wesks In lb JNTionsL RarPBLiOAB
previous to the said day
aull-wSw Ksxlster of Will
jRlMlANB1 O O U R T ,
f SsPTBHBsB 18. 1868
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON COUNTY
TO WIT I
In tbe case of Msrsaret Oormler. administratrix of
Philip Goruiley, deceased, the ndmlnlstrstrlx afore
said has,wllh the approbation of the Orphans Coart of
Washington county aforesaid, appointed BATCH DAT,
tbe 13th day of October next, for the One! settlement
and distribution of tbe personal estate of sail de
ceased, and of th assets in band, aa fares tb ssta
have been collected and turned Into money, when and
where alt the creditors sod heirs of said deceased are
notified to attend, with their claims properly vouched,
or they may otherwise by law be excluded from all
benefit In said deceased' estate) provided n copy of
thla order b published once a week for thre weeks
la tb Baitoxab Ram) ioav previous to th said dsy
seSO wSw HsaflsUr nf Wills
rpiIIS ISTO mM. NO 1 IOETH AT'I II K
I subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court
oiwashlagtou conaly, tn the District .( Columbia,
letters of administration OB tb persjnsl estate of Ueors
Poole, late of Washington, l G , deceased All
persons having claims against the said deceased are
hereby warned lo exhibit the same, with tbe vout bets
incrsor, to in snoscripsr, on or oerorc in ?nudyoi
September nexti thev mar otherwise hr law be ex
eluded (torn all benefit of the said esiat
ulvcn under my baud this sHh day or September,
IMS bAUUU K AUM'Ll.,
ocllawSw AdutloUtrst r
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
tH PcausylTania avenue, 3 doors west of Ninth street.
All the new books of tbe age received Immediately
npon Issue from the press, aud for sals at publishers'
Imported Stationery and American manufacture, of all
grades and variety, at Ibelowe I New 101k pr ces
Blank Books of all styles oa hand, and made to orjer
without loss of time
VlsltlngCards printed, and plates sagraved la the
All Medical Books supplied at publishers' rates
Paper and In "slope slewed to order apt tf
subscriber has obtained from tb Orphans' Court
r.1 Wa til not ah atntlnter In Ik lalalrlut .if ll,.ll.
V. iiHiyia '., .aev 'nulla V. .VIUUIVII,
letters of administration on tb personal estate of
Francis Froutnel, late of Washington, D C , de
ceased All persons having claims against the said de
oeassd, are hereby warned to exhibit the same. With
the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, oa or before the
14 day of Octobvr next, they nity otherwise by law
be excluded from all benefit ot the saU estate.
Olvea BBdet my aaad tbls 14 day of Oetober, 1MB.
ceJ lawlw AilaUUUl.
RAND NATIONAL CONOEUT FOB
so. nasiaxiT vr
TBI B0LD1EE8' AND SAILORS'
KATIONAL ORPHANI' HOME FUND,
atisr the auspices of the Soldiers aal Bailor e' Catoa,
Washlngtee.D O. at OroTorUTheetre.ea
THURSDAY EVENING, August J, 1M.
POSTPOITRD UMTIL TUUIUDAY KVEM.
1SG, OCTOBER 11th, 1S50.
800.000 llckete will ba e1d at tt But mma
pr.aiiiBia awaraaa, iua as piOU,U.-J I U,000 of th
profite to b given lo tb Sold I era aad Sailer Batlonal
Orphans' Home Fund. U, WO te the Washington Male
aad Female Orphan Asylunvtbe balance, aner deducting
expeaees, to be psldlo the Treasurer of the Soldiers' aad
svauorc' uaioaoi wasaingvun, o J,
LIST OF PRESENTS TO BI AWARDED.
1 Three-story brisk residence, H street, betweea Etxth
aad Seventh aig ooo
1 Three story brisk residence, Second st , near R 10,000
' aiv'7 viicbi, TBatdfinc, i OBtB Street, PC
twee a M and B ,,,,,
1 Two story brick residence, Tenth street, be
tweeaM aad B
1 Two -story trick residence, Tenth ctreet, be
Iwmi M and If .
I Flee elty lots, oa Seventh street north
i Bp.eaa.a verruga, iiorsee aad Harness, com
1 Splendid Dlamoad Rlag
t Set Dlameadc complete, (Pla, Xafrtage aad
1 Oraatl Piano. (Stetaway's) ,
1 Solid Hirer Tea tot....... , ,.
10 Grand Pianos, 1800 each
10 Do AUOeach
100 Oent'aOold Wetehs,t2noach
60 Ladle' Do. llUeaea.,,.
SO American Case Silver Watches, 173 each....
76 Hunting Do Do 40 each....
60 Diamond Rings, 1100 to 300 each
13 Dlamoad Pins, 100 each
40 Sewing Machines, 100 each
Do Do 76aeb
30 SIlTfrpleted Tea Sets, 76 each
60 Silver Castors. S13 cash
6 OOO nook,Albums,Jcwe1ry,c,3lo10eaeh S7.000
iahu n ij B vw"i , f iu J f son ao,uuu
ipvw uvu , DiTi nations, , 91 lo 9
each.. 1 iwi
4J,43S Boek, Cutlery, Engravings, Ae 1 to lt)
Total gjo qoo
The awards will bmtvi4ariatisaA.ar. .. ...!
or the theatre, where thre thousand pen'oee can wll
ncss II A co mm I Use will be appointed by iheaudlcase
to e a perl n tend lb earn
Printed Date of awards will he published aad supplied
to ageatc and tlekoUholdera Parties having tickets
will rctala them until after the awards are made, and If
their numbers appear la the list, they will forward tbelr
tickets Immediately, with full directions as to th ship.
Ill ft a ef tFAAdl A AV 4uJb ?..... Baa -.- .
at all th principal Hotels, Book aud Music Stores In the
elty, audal the Headquarters, In the Mammoth Fair
Building far the benefllof tho Soldiers' aad Sallora' Be
tloaal Orphans' Home Fend, corner of Seventh ctreet
aad Pennsylvaala avenue, Washington, D 0.
1 uuimwri appeal 10 in uperailty or th people to
gtv thla enterprise their kind support, and thereby ae
Slst la rellcTlar tha wants or t) iUb.b. ai . In.
, C4SP rk u,t Bnhr of ticket! remaining unsold,
LS.JTuL.VV'.'.1!7 J Ptpone the drawing nntl
THURSDAY.the 1Kb of October, IMS, at which lime It
will positively occur
The many swindling eel.su. es that have been pre
sen ted to tbe publlo during th past few months soma
what delayed our aales.nttll we were able to satisfy
tbe people throughout the couatry that this enterprise
was goeulne, and eolely for charitable purposes The
Directors are confident of the sal of Tery ticket, end
have allotted en Sclent time to guarantee the aalee
Without aay further postponement.
MAJOR It A HALL. President Soldleri' and Sailors'
Union I Tol CHA E rAPEUART, Major M H AL
BERGhR, WILLIAM B MOhSE, Managing DlVectors.
urricn or .xtixral kbvbrpi,
Whereas 11 A, mil and others, aa m.il.ir At
rectors" of the 'Grand Batlonal Concert," tohe held
In Washington, D C ,onth Id or August next, have
made da application lo L Clephaae, Collector of In
ternat Reveaae for the collection district of the District
of Colutnbla, for permlssloa to hold a lottery, raffle, or
Jlft enterprise, and presented to him satisfactory evl
ence that the proceeds of eald lottery, rafflc.or rift
enterprise will he devoted lo charitable uses, pcrmls
aton la hereby granted to such "managing directors'
to hold such lottery, raffle, or gift enterprise free from
all chare, whether from tax or IIubb i .,.
sush lottery, rade, or gift eatcrprlse
m. a. nuiiA.iflB, commissioner
All Persons faVOrahlT dlatMSd ar rannaUl Ia !
agente but no commission will be allowed.
Money should In all eases be sent by post offlce order,
draft, express, or registered leltera .
In every caae send the name aad post offlce address
county and State of each separate subscriber, and enclose
stamp. All ordsrs for tickets must be addressed to
Secretary Soldiers' and Sailors' National Concert.
Washington, D C Lock Biz No 37,
REFER, BY PERMISSION, TO
MsJ Gn WlnfleldS Haaeoek.C B.A.
0tt KoiMtBtC bku.k.U O. ,Ott.
Gen Halbert K Paine, M 0 , Wisconsin
Gan. John H Ketchum, M C, New York,
Gen James O Blunt, Kaasaa.
Gen J N Hedrlck, Iowa.
Oen D. 0 MeCellam, D C
Oca O V. Daytoa, Haw York
II fPI... J ... U It ua.I..
uuh 1 IIV. n. MWIIJ, n v., jBicaigan
Hon George Lawrence, M C , Pcnnsylfanla
D C, Forney, Esq , District of Columbia
Mat. J E bouxntr. New York
Hon. Wm Keller, M C , PennsylTsnia.
Hon. Kellaa V Whaley. M C . West Virginia
Hon EboaC Ingorsoll.M C , Illinois
Hon Henry C Dsmtng.M C , Connecticut
Hon A H Laflln, M C , New York
Hon Leonard Myers, M C , Pennsylvania.
lion. William A NeweU.M C. New Jersey.
Hon George W. Julian, M 0 , Indiana
Hob Stephea F. WUsob, M 0 .Pennsylvaala.
Hva.J B Or1nael,M C.Iowa.
MsJ.G M Tea Bnren, New York.
Oen R.B Hayec, M 0 .Ohio
Hoa 8 T Holmes, M C , New Tork
Hon O R Latham, M. G ,Wt Virginia
Hon James A Marvin, H C , New York
Hon Thc T Davis, M C , New Tork
Hon T O Bergen, M C , New York
Hon Samuel J Randall, M C, Pennsylvania.
PUBLIC LAND SALEd IN WlbCO N
SIN 6YB0PSIS OF THE PRESIDENT'S PROCLAMATION
no TIP, UATLU JUJfi 14, 1888
Itorderc public sales la tbe State of WISCONSIN ae
At tb Land Offlce at LA CROSsE. an tb lTth dv at
SEPTEMBER next, tbe reserved sections In thirty. six
Townships and parts of Townships, In th counties of
vniDf, .lacasan irtmraieau ana nuuaio
At th Land Offlce at LA CIIOS3E. on th 2lth d nt
SEPTEMBER next, seventeen parts of Township the
counties a, above
At the Land Offlce at FAILS ST CROIX, on the lat
day or OCTOBER next, the reserved sectlone la frty
uar lownsaips sou parte 01 lOWBSDips, in ineCOUailCS
of Dann, Pierce, and 61 Croix
11 ih. l.i, iiit). Winn ct noAiv .. n. mi
day of OCTOBER next, ten parU of Townships, la the
counties of Pepin and Pierce
At tbe Land Office at EAU CLAIRK, on tbe lat day of
OCTOBER next, the rsserved eectlone tn ten parts of
Townships, In the counties of Clarke, Lhlppewa, tau
Claire, and Dunn
At the Laud Offlee at STEVENS POINT, on tbe 20th
day of OCTOBER next, one hundred and ten Townships
and parts of Townships, la the counties of Marabou and
At the Land Offlce at MEN ASH A, on the 6th day of
OCTOBER next, sixty-seven Townships and parts of
Townships, la the eounty of Oeonlo.
Containing over five and a quarter millions of acres
of public lands, J M EDMUNDS,
commissioner or me uenerai Land uoct
OxxsniL Laid Orrici, Jun 14, lanfl
Norn Dndsr th rsunlatlona of th Dsnartment. as
heretofore aud now existing, no payment can b mad
for advertising proclamstlous except t no eh publishers
as a tjictttlit avthoriisj to puhlUh by th Commie
imuir ui ma usnarai i.o t'nc win
DEPAUTMENT Or THE INTEUIOU,
laiTsn Statxs PIstiht Orrics,
wAsnisuT aagast si, lues
On the petition of Jsaram Alklna, of Mokena. Illinois.
praying for lb exlenstou of a pateut granted to him on
fbjJUldsyof Dtcemler, 1M3, f ir au Improvement in
lUkes to Grain Hsrvcflere for svn veara from tha.
Slraitonur said patent, which takes J lacs OU the ilst
ay of December, IsOtf,
It la ordered that tbe said petition b beard at the
Paiunt Offlc on MONDAY, tho 64 day of December next,
st It o'clotk m , and all persona are notified to pear
and show cause, If any they faav, why sal J petition
ontfht uot to be 11 ranted
Per-uoe upp Mng the extension are required to 61 In
the Patent Office their objections, specially act lorlh lu
wining, iw. iipfniy aaye pi re tne aay oinariogi
alt testimony filed by either party, to be used al th
' uvBituir, inuai n ihsbo bqj trsttsmius iu accord
anc with tb rulssoflh office, which wlllbefarnUheJ
Depositions and other papers, relied upon as testl
tnony, must be fttd lu th otBoefuwufj days before th
dayof bearing, Inaarguroenls, If any, within ten days
after filing th testlmouy.
Ordered, also, tbat this notice be published In th
Bipraucsn and th SnttUtgHtr, Washington,!) C ,
and tn tb 7(oun. Chlcitgo, Illinois, one a wsek for
three successive wssksj tbe first of said publlcsttons lo
be at least sixty days previous to the day of hearing
T 0 THEARER,
Commissioner of Patents
T B Edlrorsof tbe above papers will please copy,
aodeendihlr bills to tbe Psieut Offlce with a paper
eoutalnlug this notice ssT wiw
"IOIt SALE On WEDNESDAY, ihe
JL 94 day of October next, at 1 J tu , al Hoboken uar
the ferry, the Revenue steam propeller
fultrlggd brig, burden A36 tons, old measurement
built by Westervelt, New Toik, in 16M Frame live
oak, locust aud cedar, repUoksd and thoroughly re
paired by John Linn, la Philadelphia, 1604 la sow Is
Has one complete ssl of cotton sails, asarly nsw, and
Is well foand lu anchors, els. ue bosts, Aej flue poop
cabin, ward -room, bsrfk dsck, and all the appoint
ments of a man-of-war, baa
Two Qtotllallsg engines, 66x92,
Twohorlioatal tubular bollere )
Composition screw, 10 feet diameter, 14 feet pitch 1
Stores 136 gross tons coal la bunkers
ar .. - era via BBalll I1B( PBUDT,
Sept. 8, at Hoboksn, near tbe ferry, until tb day of
sale, aad every UfgrmaUoa liven by the offlcere la
sir OoUertor ot OsiMve, Niw Terk.
bj Tinue er a warraBi or Pistraia to ne directed tv
Wm A.Orayagalast the goods aad ehatUle of Jacob
Bhlrer, for rent due aad laarroare September 1,1 W. I
"all offer th follow I eg good at public aaetlea al to a.
Lk' "-WAT, October 6, 1666, at Mo, 48J Blalh streH
n.'.'S". ' ." t," I " " I ll Ci.lr. 1
Si'r clrior.1 "" "' rl,,""l "J
ll'i'A'i.?" V1? " '. rtall .rarOa. BU.
. .., ,uj B.mgei Mer.riaa
WM. L. WALL
BB1L IBTATX BiLB.
On FRIDAY AFTERBOOB, 6th last, at 6 o'slosk
will eell Lot 6, la Square SM. H . W
Terms of Sale : One half ash balance la SO dare
QQ4H WM. L. WALLACoAaTtUaelre. 1
AUCTION SALE OP OOVEBNMENT
.,,,. .. Wasbibotox.D C.Ott 1,1666 j
Will be sold at public auction, on the premises, at
dcrdlrectUa of BrereS Melor James Gleason, A.Q.M .
oa FRIDAY, October 6. atll o'clock, a.m., th follow
lngdescrlbcd Frame Balldlogs beloeglog to h Ualte4
BiaUc, aad altaatedal the corner of iWteealk aad 0
streeu and Ohio arenue, U this el IT. rU 1
One StabU, 64x24 fseL
On Stable, 34x16 feet.
One Stable, 16x61 feet.
Buildings will be sold singly, aad most be removed
within tea days from date of sale reere
Terms 1 Cash la Goveramoat funds
., u LUDIBOTOB,
Brevet Brig- Gsn aad Chief Quarlrmat,
" " Depart ass t of Wasklngtoa.
aOVEUNMENT SALE OP SUBSIST
ENCE STORES, COMMISSARY PROPERTY, Ae.
BICE, HOMIBY, Ae ."aT PCBLIO ADCTIOB.
8. J. 80PER A CO , ArcnovxiBB.
SCBSISTBXCl OfFICB, V S A , I
wm . . BL"0".MD. September 36, 1H I
Will b ant A al nnkl a i.iu. .. wnnnin.v -
ber 4, 18, at Warehouse Wo. S Great street, (immedi
ately la th rear of If 0 103 Lombard street,) the follow
lag CoBdmnod t-ubslsteece Storm, Tin
v.-,., ivrij-iwuiBgiBiou nunarsd andseventr
.. -.. I'hl ! of Rice
(10,672) Ten tbousanl six hundred and aeventr-two
pounds or Homlay, '
(313) Two hundred aad thirteen pounds of Hems.
(337) Two hundred aad flfty-sevCB pounds of DrleA
(191) Oae hoed red and alnctyoae pounds of Dried
Peaches, sound aud good
At the came time the following surplus Commissary
r?wflc! ' "C1". ,. Beam Scales, S
E?:4iTr,eS htll,V Ul,".-J klBg Pou
i,v' h Por6 Broome, 4 Skids, 2 Blocks, 11
CorarXlleidOrM. ,1WWr "'or"'3 B"
also, tn rollowlng snrplo articles, rls :
13 Bake Peas, 3 utile Railings, 6 Camp Tables, ft
Brushea,6Tln Dippers, 4e, Ac -.
TsrmsiCuh, lu Govsrsmcnl funds.
(6) Six daya allowed to remove store
Brevet Lieut Col aud C 8 , D 8 A ,
- Brevet Brig Gen Vole
LE OP NAVY TOVTDERS.
BraeAtr or Oanimc, Navt Difabtiixit. i
ri.niniri U... mn o..A ')
There will be sold at public auction, to th highest
Llldera, at noon on THURSDAY, the eighteenth (16th)
dayof October, IStld, at the office of th Inspector of
Ordnance, al the Nav Yard, Brooklyn, New lork,
about twenty eight hnuJrcd barrels (3 800) of powder,
composed 01 cannon and mortar powders
Tb powders will be sold by sample and la lots to
Terms : Cash, la Government funds j one half to t
deposited on the conclusion of the sale, aad th remain
dsr within ten days afterwards, duribg which lime Ih
powders must be removed from thinaBiitB Ath.riu
tbey will revert to the Government.
Purchasers will be required to famish their own
packages where the powder Is aot la barrets.
Chief of Korean
YOREEN & WILLIAMS.
By virtue of a decree of th Orphans' Coart of tha
District of Columbia, 1 will sell at public auction, al tha
auction room of Oresn It Williams, corner or Seventh
and D streets on FRIDAY, the 12ih day of October, A.
D 1666, at one o'clock p m , the equitable laterest of
Mary E aud Margaret K Williams la lot numbered 31
and 33, In 6quare No 4S1, U the elty of Washington,
The terms of sal, as prescribed by th decree,kro
one hundred and fifty doltarseuh to b P&ld at tb tlma
vf !, una luauMii.'.f, bne nan iu iwqt years, ana tn
other half la four years, with interest pyebl ssml
annually SARAH B WILLIAMS.
1 OREEf A WILLIAMS,
ALE OP OOVERNME.NT VESSELS.
WAiHtKtjroj), d c ,bpt u, leea.
The Navy Department will offer at public auction the
following named vessels t
AT THE V 8 JVAVT'YARD, NEW TORftT,
on Ih flth October, et 13 o clock m ,
The Pampero, ending ship, of 1,376 tone, old meaaurc
Tbe bouth Carolina, screw steamer, of 1,166 tons, old
measurement (of iron )
Th Hibiscus, screw steamer, of 406 tons, old measure
The Splrea, screw steamer, of 406 tons, old measure
The Marigold, screw steamer, of US tons, old measure
Tb Dumbarton, paddle steamer, of 636 tons, old mean
uremeut (of Iron )
The Pontine, paddle steamer, of 974 tons, old measure
Tbe loseo, paddle steamer, of 974 tone, old measure
The bebago, paddle eteamer, of 633 toas, old measure
Tbe Trltonla, paddle eteamer, of 203 toas, old measure
lh Uctorara, paddl steamer, of 974 toas, old measure
meat (hull oaly )
AT THE U fe NA V.YARD, PHILADELPHIA,
on tbe Sih October, at 13 o'clock m ,
The St, Louis, sailing sloop of war, of 700 toas, old,
The Princeton, recelvlug ship, ot 9M tons, old msec
The Clymalas, screw steamer, of 29d tons, old measure
Tbe Altbea, screw steamer, of 71 tons, old measure
The Klueo, screw steamer, of 607 tons, old measure
ment The Clmmarron, paddle steamer, of 660 tons. old mean
The Hornet, paddle steamer, of 833 tons, old measure
ment (of Iron )
The Boxer, paddle steamer, or 431 tons, old measure.
ment (or Iron )
These vessels and their Inventories can b examined
at any time, on application l IL commandant or tha
Twenty pr ceo mm or lh amount or tb pnrcha
money mut bedposltsd the day of the sal, and tne
remainder most be paid and th vessel removed from
the navy-yard within two weeks from th day of sal
The Buru of Construction and Repair Will, until
Ihc loth October, receive tenders for tbe parches of
the sloon of war Dtle, ' of 606 Ions, now lying at tha
I'alted States Navy ard, Norfolk, Mrgtula, where th
A N N 0 U NJJ E M"
OSCOLN AND THE OVVitTUROW OI
E N T
THE OVVnTUROW OF SLAVERY j
Wf t,?,0,,?,tl0J,nbl-ni.-l"-ly In the Fall of 1666,
TUB UISTjRY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN
THE OVERTHROW OF SLAVERY,
'Ui Hon IsaaoN. Abxold,
(Late Member of Congress from Illinois. )
Mr Aroold was a friend and associate of Mr Llotola
at th bar, a member of Congress during his ent' re ad
ministration, and from bla arrival at tbe Cpll to lh
day of his assassination wa opoa Urms of confidential
friendship with him
Th work was commenced nearly a year before Ih
death of Ur Lincoln, and with his approval Th au
thor baa aimed lo glv a full history 0 lh life and ad
ministration of Mr Lincoln aud th overthrow of sla
very, H commences with a skateh r th hutr r,r
slavery from 17e7 to tb real of tbe Missouri Coupro-
wi,ur,tiiuiD is cunBici usiween sreeaom ana sla
very down to 1W0 and giving the origin, rts and
growth of anil slavery He gives a history ot th Uf
of Mr Lincoln, th hsrdihlpsof hi .rly years, hla
education, his csrsrr In the 1 huola Leglalatur. at tha
oar, on in circuit, m toogrsas, cut tu siump, th Lin
coln and Douglas debate, anj kls election to th Presl
Then follows a history of his admtnlstratloB aal ot
Ihe various steps, executive, legtsUtlve aad mlltiar
which resulted lu the overthrow ot slavery and th
slaveholders1 rsbelllon, aud Ihe passage by Camar;,
and the adoption by ihe States, of lb, castltuUoail
amesdiuent abolishing and prohibiting U
Senators and Members, and of tt lirdlnx men in the
Cabinet and al the head ot ti, a7m!eewlih a J.ral
n.rratloa of the lmpoitaaV aj TovemiatJwW hi
:7i.. 1 "?."! 'km ot th tebllloa. with LinecU
a tbe leading character, aad lo describe him a he wast
rrom youth until he Wcame the emanclpstor of arae.
tb restorer of national tally, tad the saviour of hie
1 n worx will be a large octavo of aot less than 60Q
pages, aad will he sold by subscription
CLARKE A CO , Publltrs,
10 4w 60 and 63 Wash! onion street, Jhlssao.
B Coon a a i, Raoia
001'KH A HAGAN,
(Successors of Jrf Sklrvlng,)
STOVE, TIN AND ?.iKirIRONWORKEKS,
497 EleveBtil airei, above Pena'a Are, ,
- Partlealsr attenUoa paid lo repelrlaf Furaar
Urjee, Parier Heaters. At,, Ui U wark warrw