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City Cocnciu Board of Aldermen.
The Board met Monday ertolog at the usual hoar,
the President, T. K, Lloyd, Esq , la the chair.
Present Messrs. A. Lloyd, Talt, Cross, T. E
Lloyd, Barr, EdmonstoD, Given, Gullok, Oitid,
Lewis, and Turton.
Tbe Chair; Mr. T. E. Lloyd, laid before tht
Board a communication from to Major, Inoloelng
a communication from Messrs. Makepeace aad
Thomas, claiming $300 damages for Injury dont
their property at tht depot by reason of tht latt
he ? rains. Thsy allege that tht flooding of thtir
bop was attributable to obstructions baring been
left In tht mouth of the sower crossing New Jersey
avenue and 0 street .Referred to Committee en
A communication wai alio reoelred from the sec
retary of thr Washington Asylum, Inoloilng sundry
propo all for meat, medicine and fnel for that In
stitution, agreeable to a resolution of tht Board
adopted a few weeks ainet. Referred to a special
committee, confuting of Mesira. Turton, (men,
atid Cross,, and the committee waa empowered to
Inqutie Into tht affaire of tht Asylum.
Mr. Barr presented tht petition of 17. II. Rlden
our, aiklng compensation for damagei sustained by
reason of his bone falling Into tht cavity, corner
of Fourteenth and F a tretta. Rcftrrei to Commit'
tet on Claims
Mr, Barr alto preitnted a petition of John P.
Dennis, asking tbt privilege of erecting a black
smith shop near a dwelling; and alao a protest
against granting tbt privilege asked. Laid over
Mr. Barr Introduced a resolution dlrtetlog tht
Committee on Improvements to txamlna tht bridge
at Seventh street and Hhodo Island avenue, and
report a bill for Us repair. Taised.
Mr A. Lloyd Introduced a bill regulating tbt
salt of potatoes In tht eity of Washington, pro
Tiding that tht only legal mode of selling or dis
posing of potatoes shall be by weight of 6tt pounds
I to the bushel. Referred to tbt Cum mil tee on Po
lice. The Chair Introduced a resolution based upon a
I petition of Samuel Norment and others, requiring
the City Surveyor. If ht deems It advisable, to
make such change In the grade of Virginia avenue
and F street, east of Delaware avenue, so as to se
cure drainage from tht east side of Delaware av
enue to the canal. Passed.
Mr. Talt Introduced a resolution, which waa
agroed to, requesting the Committee on Publlo
Schools to Inquire whether the Corporation haa
power to impose a tax for school purposes on that
class of residents of tbt city who claim cltisenshlp
elsewhere, and who do not otherwise pay a tax to
this Corporation, to aid In the education of thtir
children attending our publlo schools,
Mr. Barr Introduced a resolution, which was
agreed to, requesting the Corporation Attorney to
Inform this Bard at Its next meet log as to the
power of the Corporation of Washington to compel
tbt owners or occupiers of public wharves on tba
Folomao river to came aald wharvta to bt properly
lighted at night, and also what action has been bad
In the Circuit Court as to. tbt title of tht Corpora
tion to wharf altea on tbt Potomao river.
Mr. Oullek presented tht petition of Turner Tor
reyand others in relation to tbt license of hawkera
and peddlers Referred to Committee on Finance.
.Mr. Barr, from tbt Committee on Police, report
ed a bill requiring claim agents and real estate
agents, and lawyers and physicians to pay a license
of f 40 annually, for tht privilege of prosecuting
their business. Referred to tht Corporation At
torney for his opinion.
A1h, from tbt same committee, reported a bill
amendatory of tht act relating to dogs, Imposing a
One of $10 upon any person allowing any vicious
dog, horse, cow, or mult to roam at large. Lost
on third reading
Also, from tba same committee, reported favor
ably upon tbt bill amendatory or tht act for tht
E reservation of order, by Imposing a penalty for
rut ally treating animals. Passed.
Mr. Given, from the Committet on Police, re
ported favorably upon the bill amending tba second
nee t Ion of the act In relation to ten pin and bowling
allevs, by making It mora re's trio ttrt by requiring
the convent of the freeholders residing contiguous
to tht place where It is proposed to set up a ten-plo
Mr A. Lloyd, from tba Committee on Claims,
reported adversely upon tht petition of Lereoso
Rapp, and the committee was discharged fro a its
furtheroonsldtrattoni also, reported favorably upon
ihe bill for the relief of George MeClemcut. Passed.
Mr. A. Loyd, fr6ra tht minority of tbt Commit
tee on Police, reported a bill allowing barkers to
keep their shops open on Sundays until 1 o'clock
Consideration postponed and made tbt special order
for next Monday night.
Mr. Uutick, from the Committee on Finance, re
ported a bill making appropriation of $1,000 to
rarpet, paper and lay floors in the Mayor's offlce.
Mr. Owen, from the Committee on Fire Depart
ment, reported a bill appropriating $8,000 to enable
the Board of Fire Commissioners to pay a deficiency
created during the year ending June 90, 1800.
The bill repealing the act granting certain priv
ileges to John P. Dennis was taken up lor consider
ation. Mr. A. Lloyd opposed tht passage of tbt bill, on
tht ground that It would be unjust to Mr. Dennis,
who had made Improvements under the sanction
of the act heretofore passed. The bill excited a
good deal of discussion, and It was finally referred
to the Corporation Attorney for bis opinion.
Mr. Turton reported a bill providing lor a new
et of books for tba Water Registrar's office
fiated. AIho, Introduced a bill appropriating
300 to repair tht bridge over Rook Creek, at the
termination of K street north; passed-
Mr. Lewis Introduced a bill to repair tbt alley
In square No. 338, passed Also, from the Pom
mtt lee on Improvements, sported favorably upon
the bill to construct a foot-bridge across Tiber
creek, on tb south side of I street north j passed.
A number of bills from tht Board of Common
Council were referred.
The joint resolution appointing a committee of
Investigation relative to the bridge at Norih Capi
tol street was agreed to, and Messrs. Turton and
(liven were appointed the committee on the part of
the Aldermen. Adjourned,
Ora National Gawk Tub Match Yiw-
TFRDAr BRTWKXM TUB NATIONAL DiSM IULL
Club or WAsuifOTow add tub Kitstone ot Phil-adkli-hi
iTut Natioials Vicfoaioii Ths base
ball match between the Keystone Club of Philadel
phia and the Nationals of this city, the acknowl
edged champion of tht South, which was announced
in our yesterday's Issue to come off at two p. in ,
took place, agreeably to announcement, on the
grounds south of the Kxecutlre Mansion, and was
witnessed by thousands of Interested spectators,
among whom were a largt number of the fair sex,
who of late have become greatly enamored of the
exciting pleasures of our national game. And here
we cannot refrain from complimenting our Wash
ington boys for the excellent accommodations which
are afforded to visitors In the way of sheltered seats,
frovlded with a speolal view to the comfort of the
ftJiei; tbt assiduity which they display in their
efforts to prevent the Incursion, of the thousands of
our interested ana precocious juveniles Into the
limits of the grounds, and their efficiency In pre
serving order generally. So long a this spirit Is
exhibited, so long will these innocent but exolting
contests be patronised by an Intelligent assem
blage, unpolluted by the pretence of such charac
ters as have stigmatised the turf as a disreputable
pluce of amusement and associated It In our minds
with a gathering of frail women, thimble-riggers
thieves, and men of unscrupulous proclivities gen
erally. As stated In yesterday's Isiue, the Keystone ar
rived here on Monday, and were immediately taken
in tow by tba Nationals, who used every exertion
to render their brief sojourn agreeable, except the
match, In which the latter concluded to forget
etiquette and go In to win if possible This they did,
as the result will show, but with an effort which
showed that they fully realised the fact that they
were playing against no "light oakes1' or "muffers,''
but against one of tht first clubs of tbt country,
wboe science in their special Hot baa enabled
tbem to achieve many an enttable victory.
As announced, the game commenoed at 3 p m.,
lasting until a few minutes after six o'clock, when
"time" was called by tht umpire, Art Innings
having been played, with tbt rtsult announced In
the score given below At the first Innings the
Natlonsls went to Ihe bat, Parker being put out
on a "foul," when Captain Fox suooeeded, making
the first base on a sky ball, which waa mulled.
Want of space forbids us from giving tbt details of
the play of each member, This Inning closed on
the part of tht Nationals by tht putting out of
Parker while trying to make tbt first base after
six runs. The Keystones then took tht aggrssslvt,
closing tht first Innings by tight runs and by an
exhibition of splendid playing , Daring this Inning
tbt band or Berthrong, tbt catcher for the Na
tionals, wbloh baa twice before btea severely In
jured by the swift balls of Williams, was again
rrounded, tht old wound being reopened and the
blood flowing profusely, This necessitated a change
of pitcher, Parker, short stop, exchanging position
The second Inning of tht Nationals was skill
fully played, particularly by Bertbrong and Hodges.
Tht JtyitsMi, on tht noon l&ntsgftu. short,
and again banded ever tht bat td tht Nationals,
having made but one run, wbloh made tbt score
ttand nlae to nine. Emboldened and exhilarated
by their good lack, the Nationals,!, tht third In
ning, played splendidly, making a ran of seven.
During this Inning Parker sent a red hot messenger
to Core, tht pitcher of tht Keystones, striking him
on the thigh, and disabling him for tome minutes,
A small quantity of " Spauldlng'a Prepared Glue"
loon relieved him. however, but the accident ne-
eessttated a change of pitcher. Tht feature of
toil inning waa a iwta grounder, by Parker, on
which he made a home run. The Keystones, on
taking tht bat, wtrt cleverly pat oat by thtir op-
fonents, wtjbout making any runs. Oa tht fourth
nnlng tht Nationals accomplished tht unusual feat
of nineteen runs, almost every member of the Na
tionals distinguishing himself by excellent play.
The play of tht Ktystooet on tht fourth Inning
was also excellent. ecneeleilT the battlna thtrtaan
runs being made. On the fifth Inning Berthrong
was cieveriy caugos out on a "aign-nyer." Fox
made a clean home ran on a splendid atrikt. alto
gether making a total of six runs. This Inning of
sue neyeioDM waa aimnguisooa oy a nomt run
made by Cnthbert, making a total of four runs at
the close of the inning. The Nationals again went
to the bat, but darkness coming on, "time" wis
called by tht umpire Tht following Is tht score:
o. a kbtstoxb. o. a
, I a Diek,ib o a
. 1 6 Cofe.p 1 4
, 4 S Tnthbert. O O 0
. 1 S Weaver, rt. 1 4
, O 6 B myth, 3 b 1 .1
. 1 4 Malhollaad, 1 b .... S 1
, 4 Shaw, l.r. S 2
. 1 fl Vrowa.t. f a l
.3 8 Woode, s, .,,..,... X 1
HcLeaa, e. f...
Berthroar, e. .,
Ro4f;es, lb., i
Williams, p , ,
....IS 41 Total 13 19
Kemss. 1 t 3 4 5 Total.
ITattoaal , C I Til 41
Kaystoac 1 O IS 4
Umpire P. McCanler, of the Jefferson Club.
Bcorers A, Ciutdwell, of the Ralloaals, aad J. i
Bowea.of the Keyetoae
Rome Base IfattcaalsS, by Parker aad loxi Key.
steao 1 by Cnthbert.
The Keystones were handsomely tnttrtalntd lest
night by the members of the National at the Kirk
wood, and to-day at tht oraal hour will contest
the honors of tht bat with the Unions, and to
morrow with tht Jtfferson club of thli city. Both
games will take place on tbt grounds of the Na
tional. Tiik Btrir.DiNo or thf Yodk.i Men's Chris
tiak Absociatior At s. meeting of the Board of
vi recurs oi me roung axon's unrutiaa Association
In reference to the new building to be trtcttd, the
followtog-named gentlemen were elected members
of the board, to more fully represent the business
Interests of the city: Messrs. John R. Klvani and
Messrs. Alex. R, Shepherd and Lewis Clephane
were elected directors to represent the Interests of
the Washington Library Association.
The board elected the following officers: Presi
dent, Hon. 6. P. Chase, Chief Justioe of the Su
preme Court; Secretary, Brevet Brig. Qen. S. L.
Brown; Treasurer, II. D. Cooke, esq.
Tbt building committee was Inoreased by the ad
dition of Messrs. Alex R. Shepherd, J, R. El vans,
and Wm B Todd.
The board authorised the Issue of one hundred
thousand dollars' ($100,000) worth of stock, In
shares of $25 each.
The Younr Men's Christian Association has sub
scribed the sum of $25,000 toward the erection of
tne building, and bas granted an annual dividend
of six per cent, upon all stock.
Arhkst or a Bcbqlar. Oa the night of
toe ua instant tne nouse oi Mrs. Mary a. uivenf,
at the corner of Second street west and E street
north, was entered bvburalars. who carried off 14
silver tta spoons, 12 silver table spoons, 12 silver
roras, o suver napkin nogs, ana about in sliver
ooln. The thieves, while engaged In the robbery,
Ignited cotton, In order to have light, which they
left burning! and had It not been discovered, the
bouse would hare soon been la flames. The ease
was reported at police headquarters and assigned to
Detectives Blgley and Kelly, who soon ascertained
that some of the spoons had been left at a pawn
office by a colored man named John Reed. The
officers arrested a man by that name, but the pawn
broker could not Identify him as the party. A few
days afterwards. John Reed No. 1 again appeared
and wanted to djjpoae of some silver coin. lie was
detained until the arrival of tbt officers, who ar
rested him, and ht was sent to jail for court by
Justioe Bates. 7
The Gholira. A colored man named
Saaders, wbe resided near Fourteenth street and
the Canal, In Harder Bay, died on Friday last, as
It Is supposed, from Asiatic cholera. Oa Saturday
one of his children was taken sick, tbt symptoms
being the same as those of the father, and after a
short slokoasa died. Ytsttrday tht Corporation
Apothecary for the Second ward was notified that
two more of Sanders' children, four and five years
of age, respectively, bad Just died of tht same
dlseast. Last night the apothecary was called
upon to prepare a prescription of medicine for a
white child, apparently suffering with cholera. In
tht stmt locality, and this morning another case
was reported, being that of a colored man, name
not glvtn, In tht same vicinity.
A Double Wkddixo. MsKendree chanel
was filled yesterday afternoon by a large number of
persons to witness the marriage of Mr, Wm. E.
Spedden, of the Government printing office, to.
Mist Mary 8 Davis, daugbterof J. N. Davis, Esq ,
of the Post Office Department) and Mr. William
KInktad to Miss Laura A. Harkntss, tba o ganlst
at MoKtndree, tht officiating minister being the
Rev. Mr. Krebs. After tht ctrtmony tht happy
couples received tbt congratulations of many
friends, and Immediately repaired to the depot and
tptd $n rout to New York, looking at If
"To leve, to blUe, their bleeded eoaU are given,
And eaeb, too happy, asked at brighter heaven.1 '
We wish the young couples a life of happiness,
Obad Lahcbnt. Officer Hordle, of the
First ward, on Monday, errritpd a man named
Frank Owens on the oharge of stealing a number of
articles from Eldorado Island, at the mouth of tht
canal. A double-barreled gun, a pair of panta
loons, and a box of clears were recovered bv the
officer, and the acjuifd waa sent to Jail for court
oy duiiioe urury, uveas weni over 10 the island
after the proprietor (Charles Heneit) was driven
off by the freshet, and took the articles.
A colored boy, named Wm Dunoan, was ar
rested on Monday evening In the First ward, by
Offieer Basil, for sttallog lumber from Mr. Charles
Saffele, a carpenter. Justice Drury bald him to
ball for court,
Suddko Im.xkm or an Or ficer. Sergeant
J. W. Franklin, of ihe Fifth preolnet, while sitting
in front of the Central guardhouse last evening,
was suldenty seised with tht most violent pains In
bis limbs, and for a tlmt It was ihought bt ooul I
not recover. Medioal aid was soon called, And
after an hour or two It was thought be was oat of
danger. It seems that Mr. Franklin, who haa had
his hand paralysed, took some medicine which was
prescribed by an acquaintance, who Is a medioal
student. The medigiua being too severe, brought
on tbt attask.
EiriiiT Hours. On Monday last the com
positors at tba Government printing office were no
tified that the Treasury Department, through tbe
Comptroller, (who settles the accounts of the fiu.
ferlntsodent,j would allow the elght.boar rule dur
ng the winter, that officer having been waited on by
Mr, Wendell In relation to tbe matter. From this
time to the 1st of April the hours of work here
win oe i rota b a. m. to o p. m , with an hour s in
termission at noon.
Obtaining Money by False pRETBNCFfl.
A discharged colored soldier, named John Elegin,
was arrested by Officer Grant of tbe Seoond ward,
on Monday, for obtaining $20 from Oapt. Bunbury
under false pretenoes. It appeared In evlduilce be
fore Justioe Bates that the aoomed sold bis claim
and afterwards obtained tbe f 20, representing that
be still held tbe papers. He vu held to bait for
Sad Accident. Yesterday, Mr. Hellmnth,
a baker, who resides on Seventh street, between G
and II streets, met with a very serious acoldent
while out hunting with two friends, between this
city and Alexandria. The gun used by Mr. II. ex
ploded, and his left hand was torn in a terrible
manner, lie was immediately brought to the city
and Dr. Twlrst summoned, who found It necessary
to amputate bis thumb Tbt wound, though not
dangerous, is very painful
Tour or Infection. Mnior A. O. nmh-
aidi, of tht Metropolitan rollct.wltl leavt the city
this morning, for a tour through the Northern,
Lastern, and Western cities, to examine into the
regulations and efflclenoy of tbe polloe foross In
those cities, In order that our force may be better
Instructed, aad compart with any In tbt country.
rtf lV bMn of Major Rlobards, tbt force
wlU be under charge of Capt. Reed, inspector.
New Music. We havn root,! rv,v ti.a
publlihlng house or Mr. John V. Bills the follow.
Ing pleoes or beautiful music i The Guards'
Waltiss, by Godfrey j Whtrt Shall I Find Rsst.
sacred song and chorus, by J, Wm. Pont, Xm '
arranged by Professor Frederick Otaaarl i Up Hill
ed4 Down, galop, by Owl Fault, ' P
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY MOBJTCNG. OCTOBER 1V18&&
Trctkm or mi tf ew Houhe or Coebeo
rioir On the recommendation of tbt proper au
thorities, commissions for tht following-named gen
tlemen to act as trustees of the new House of Cor
rection la this city were yesterday signed by the
President t William B. Webb and P. B. Ourley, for
the term of three yrarst B. F. Wlget and Henry
D. Cooke, for two years and David K- Cartttr
and 6 ay let J. Bowen, for one year.
Kykrtbodt can afford to have a suit of
elothts at such prices as Kenning Is selllog thtm
Among his low-priced suits art tht following t
Fancy satinet suits, tbrtt styles, at $12 tachf
homespun suits, at $12, $13, and $13 60 per suit t
gray, brown, and blue stilts, at $14, $15, and $10
per suit. Call and see them, at the corner of Sev
enth street and Maryland avtnut. lit bas but ont
price, marked In plain figures.
Botjiter Aa aw. Horatio Holster, well
known to the pellet authorities, was arrested on
Monday evening by Officer Grant, of the Fifth pre
clnt, for beating and kicking a colored woman
named Arlnla Price, He was taken before Justice
MorsoII, and, In default of ball, he was sent to Jail
to answer the charge at court.
Arrested. A man named J. P. Cragin,
of Beltlmore, was arrested ytsttrday by Officer
O'Callagban, at tht Beltlmore and Ohio Railroad
depot, upon a charge of distributing obscene cir
culars. He was taken before Justice Walter and
Dead Infant. Yesterday Officer ITanes, of
me second precinct, found tne body or a white male
Infant In an open lot on Seventeenth street, be
tween T and U streets. It was taken to the station,
and Coroner Woodward notified to hold ao Inquest.
Doos in tub Market. On Monday even
ing the officers of the Third ward arrested sixteen
persons for having dogs In the Centre market, It
being contrary to law. Justice Thompson Imposed
a fine of $2 on each of them.
Returned. Profesior Harkness, of the
National Observatory, who went to California on
the monitor Monadnock, for the purpose of making
observations, bas returned to tht city, and Is again
at his office la tbt Obstrvatory.
Appointed. O. E. 1. Hazard, of this city,
was yesterday appointed a Justice of tbs peaoe for
the District of Columbia.
NATIONAL T II R A T It K
(Late Orover'i )
Peaaerlvsal avenue, near Wltlard'e Hotel.
PALDINO ItAl'LBT I'HOPH ETOR8.
J.B. 8PACKMAM STAGE MANAQER.
Brilliant and legitimate triumph and second appear-
anee of the eminent Triredlcone,
MRS r W. LANDBK.
(Formerly MItiSJBAKM DAVKXPORT),
wha will on tble
WEDNESDAY EVEN1NO, OCTOBER 17,
Appear for the only lime In her great ip'elaUy, her
wonderfully loipaiuloaed Imperaoeattoaof
la the celebrated drama, In five acta, from the French of
Meters Bertbe aad Leg tare, entitled
ADUIENNE. TUE ACTRISR,
Supported-hy Ma. J 11 TAYLOR, fro a Winter Oar
den, NewTork, who has been specially eogiged,
and Ibe elmirabl Dramatic Compeer,
la Reheareal : LOVE, INOOMAR, MESALLIANCE.
Mo piece will be repeated daring Mrs. Laader'e en
gagement, 1 he city care pais the Theatre every few miautes.
The laet Alexandria train leavee at 11 ;30. U
METZKR O TT H A L.L .
B A T K M Alt CO NOEBT,
FRIDAY EViyiKoToCTOBgB 1BTH, 1809.
Will sing 'Ernaol Inr-Uml, ' "The Hlhtlncile'e
Trill," the Duo 'la quel dl," vltb SIO UKIUNOLA.
aud the Trio 'Zlttl, slul," with MOHORI BttlQSfOLl E
Will alog "M'apperl," (from Martha,) the Romania
"Alice," nod lu tbe Dno and Trio
Will slag "Largo el factotum, " and tbe Tarantella
Will elng "II balen," (from Trovatore,) and ta the
MR. 8. B MILLS
Will perform a "Caprice Oalop," aad the Dno "One
roe" with Mtt. GaRL RdtAf
MR. CARL ROSA
Will play "Aald Robla Oray," "Caprice Faataatlque,"
aad the Trio with Mtt. MILL 4,
Reserved Seats reaJy at tbe Mails Store of W. O Met
fjtt At Co, Pcaoeylveatearenae ocl5
OFFICIAL. TJIK WAK
circular in relation to the payment of
s urrici, J
, 1M . )
Wai hi euro. Hunt so.
la order to correct inUrepreaentatloae In reipect to
tbe payment of booties authorised at the laat aeeeloa
of Coegreie, the Secretary of War directs the following
efatetneat to be publlebed t
"The payment of bounties to lotd'ere under the act
of Congress has not been delayed by ear action or Id
terfereppeof tbe Preildeel. Boon aitert&e adjournment
of Con grew a Board, with Oeqeral Capby as present,
was organised to prepare rulee and refutation for tbe
payment ef the authorised bounties. This doty In
volved the eonilderatloa of numerous acts of Congress
and tbe regulations and practice of eeieral bureaus:
aad upon It depends the proper dlibunement of over
flfiy mtltloaa of dollars among more than a million of
claimants The Uoard devoted tbeumlvea diligently to
their work, and, when it was completed, iude report
to the Secretary of War, That officer rerUed tbe ryu
latloae, aad, baring doubts In reapect to eoueuf ihe
legal point determined by the Board, referred their re
port to Ibe Attorney General, who, after matnre con
sideration, adrlied certain changes The matter was
again referred to the Board, with Instructions to rsvUe
aad amend tbe retulailoas. Tble waa dn. aad th
amended regulation, being approved by the Attorney
General, were promptly published, and order laeoed to
Carry tbem Into effect. la the whole procedure there
was no Interference by the President or the Secretary of
tue Treasury. Tberedqrt s not suppressed or aeen
by either oft beta. Tbe regulation were prepared oat
der the dlreelloas of tbe Secretary of War, with a much
aingaDca in aiucuuiat oi ma eaoinci aaa l&e mag-
nltnde of the dlabureemeata would admit.
"In reDct to tbe order temoorarllv eaeoendlnirtiaT-
meat of bounties to colored troop, Congress bai man
ifested en eailoaa desire, by amendments of the act,
to secure thoe bounties to tba colored soldier, and fo
protect him gainst fraudulent agent and assignee!,
Tba amount of these boantles Is estimated at nearly
twenty millions of dollar The Secretary of War felt
It hie doty to have tbe regulations of tbe Pay Uepart
meat sarefally revised, so a to provide any additional
checks that might secure the buuoly to Sulored soldiers,
and protect the Tressory agalast fraud The subject
was therefore referred to Oeoeral Canby'e Board and
upon their report being made, paymQt of these boun
ties was ordered. Por the temporary suspension of pay-
mont. neither the President nor the Baeretarr ol
Treasury la resbonalble Alt the time liktn .
qnlref by Justice te the colored soldier and (be public
treasury, and to carry out tbe manifest purpose of Con-
I ress. so as to protect the soldier, aa far as might be
oaabycarefaliy prepared regulations, against bslag
cheated ont of hla bounty "
By order of lbs Secretary of War i
X D TOWNSEND,
oej Assistant Adjataut General
D15P4HTMENT OF TIIK INTKitTou
Usitiu Sraras Patsvt orrioa,
Oil the natltlnn f Jnhn K U.ifflil Afrkiiiu !!..
chuselts, formerly of Plqna, Ohio, praying for ihe ex
tension of a patent greeted to htm on the 30th day of
November, 1832, for an Improvement la Oran Separa
tors, and reissued un the lTih day of May, i&SS In three
Jl.l.l... 1 U .-J I --.I..--1 I., ! milt
ui.oivua, mt u, mut u, uiu( rPFiTSI7 JO, IQ,
Bll Vtf tkl. n.llt!.,. k.... Ia. k. .. i'.a .l
Issue U. numbered 716. for seven vara from the exnlra.
tion of said patent, which lake place oa the SUtta dav
of November, looC,
Ilia ordered that the said petition be heard at tbe
Patent Office on MONDAY, tbe 13ih day of November
neat, at IS o'clock, m aad all peraoae are no tilled to
p-r au iaw ihh, ii any mey nave, war aaiu
petition engbt not to be granted
Persoae opposing the eitenaloa are required to file
lathe Patent Offlee their oblectlons. sneelallv set forth
1 la writing, at leaet twtnty days before Ibe day of hear-
, tvauuivu bisu uj aiiatr party, 10 oe osea ai
Ibe said hearing, must be taken and transmitted In ac
cordance with tbe rulsa of tba offlee, which will be fur
nished on application
Depositions and other papera, relied upon setestl
uooy. most be Sled In Ibe office twmty days before tbe
day W bearing j tbe argumeate, if any, within fen days
after Sling toe testimony.
Ordered, also, that tble notice be published la tbe Kb
rosuoA and the Inttltigtnwr, Washington, D. U ,
and la the Journal, Botou, Massacbu setts, once a week
for three successive weeks tbe flrsl of said poblleatlMis
to be al least sixty days previous to tbe day of heartag
T, C. TUEAKSK,
. . Ccmmlsstoaercf Pateau
P 8. Editors of the above papers will please copy,
aad awnd ILelr bill 10 the Patent OiSm wlih i nm-i
containing this notice ellaw3r
Q U 1' II A N SJ UOUBT.
SsrvBHBBa 1. lsas.
DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA. WASHINGl ON COUNT!
In tha aaaa of Jan a K Urant ad mlnl.lralrlw r.r
Caroline Hill, deceased, tbe administratrix aforoaald
haa, with tbe approbation of the Orphans' Court of
Washington County aforssald, appointed SATUKDAT,
the sath loatant, for tbe final settlement and distribu
tion of tbe personal estate of aald deceased, aad of
the asaeta la band, aa far aa tbe same have been ool.
lected and turned Into money t wbeaand where all tbe
creditors aud taelra of said deceased are notified to at
tend, with their claim properly vouched, or they
may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit la
aald defeased' estate i provided a copy of thU order be
published once a week for three weeks la tht Aa
TiovAL BirvBUOAV pwlous to Ihe sail day.
sptw8w 8tlsUr of Willi,
PnOPOSALS FOnnUILDINO A
lasoe riRg.moor whihoci at the
SCHDTLKILL ARSEIfiL, PHILADELPHIA.
QeiaraesusTBB 6iiiiVt0rrtri, I
Wasbivovov.Dj O , Oct. t,lHe. t
rises ef tbt above bat Id lag taay be aeea at tbe
Quartermaster General's Offlee, Waeblagtoat at the
offlee of Hrovet Brigadier Oeaeral O. H Croeaiaa,As
alstaat Quartermaster Oearal, Philadelphia! at the
ofJee ef Ms McArlher, If , Areatteot, PMUdelphlaf
aad at Ihe Wee of Brevet Major General I. Tat Vllet.
Qaartermaster. ff ow York.
BMelflcntloas will be printed learned lately aad de
posited at ibese several plaeve
Sealed proposals for lae ereetloa ef the balldlag, la
eliding all work aid tnaterUl.ere tavtted aed will be
received uatll Ihe SfHh ef OeUber, ilasUat.) at neen, at
the offlee of Bretet Brigadier Oeaerat G. II Crosmaa,
Assistant Qaartrm ester Oeievel, Philadelphia, when
they will be ope aed la preeeaee of saeb. bidders as
The cost of the whole work eomelele aad Ihe Una ei
whleh It will be Balebed ahoald be stated la the pro
poeale,wb(ehaboald beaeeompeeled by Ihe giaraaty
of two reapeaslMe persons la Ue amount of ten thou
sand doll are thai the bidder will eater la to contract
with good aad anfleleat security within tee days after
being aetlflSd of tbe award. M. G. MEIGS,
eslx-taS Brevet Major Qeaeral. O. 8. A.
PROPOSALS FOR GOVERNMENT
HAULING AND TOUCHING.
Dsrot QtfAanasiASTBB'a Orrica,
. . BALT!N0tU,MD,0cLS,18l.t
Sealed proposal, la deplleate, will be received at
this offlee until TUESDAT.lhe Iflie taataat, at IS a ,fer
dolag the Goveianeat Hauling and Traeklag at Ihle
Bide will eel forth dlatUetlv the prUe per load be
ween the follow! eg-a a med polite, to wit t
Prom Baltimore aed Ohio. Philadelphia aad Wllmlag.
ton, and Northern Central Denote, aad Wharf of Bay
Line Steamers to Pert Ms Henry aad Oeverameet Ware
houses, No S Great street aad Wo En taw etieet, aad
from the last-aaaied potato to the Railroad Depots al
ready named and tbe Wharf of Bay Llae Steamere.
All other Haallag aad Traeklag, for greater or leas
distances, to be done at eorrespoadlag rates.
By order of the Qaartermaster Qeaeral.
A, B. KIMBALL.
.. . Brevet Major aad A. Q.M,
cell-Id Depot Quartermaster,
PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN GOODS.
DsFABTatairT OF Til IXTBBtOB, )
Orrici or Isdui Amies,
WasHuruTO, D. C , October 1. IMA. )
Sealed Proposals, endorsed ' Proposals for Iadlaa
Goods," will be received at Ibe Offlee ef Iadlaa Afalre
natll IS o'clock, n.(oa MONDAY, tbe tweaty-oeeoad
day or October, Instant, for furalsalag, la Ibe e nan ti
tle tberela given, the articles named la the fouowlag
PIRST CLASS MACKINAC BLANKETS.
1,000 palra S-polal Whit Blankets, 60x73 laches, to
welsh 8 lbs.
1,000 palra S-nolat White Blankets, HxW laches, le
weigh fl Us.
l,000palre3U-po'at Starlet Bleakata, MxM laches, to
weigh 10 lbs
1,000 pairs S-polal Scarlet BlaakeU, 00x73 laches, to
weigh S Ibe.
1,000 pairs -poln-t Scarlet Bleakets, fti,M Inches, to
weigh cT lbs.
fiOO palra 3-polnl Oreea Blaakete, 60x73 lashes, te
AOO pairs Spotat Green Blaaksta, MxM laches, to
200 pairs SU-nolatladlgo Blue Blaakets,S6xM lashes,
io weigo tuipe
300 pairs 3-polnt ladlgo Bine Blanket. 00x73 laehee,
to weighs lbs
100 palra VA petal ladlgo Blue BtaasU,MxM lachea,
to weigh 6 lbs
100 palra lU-potnl ladlgo Blue Bleaketst4lxo4 laches,
to weigh 4U lbs
300 palre 9polst Geattanella Blue Blaakete, 66iM
laehee. la welsh 10 Ibe.
100 pairs 3-polat Ooatlaaella Blue Blaakete, 60x73
laehee, to weigh S Ibe
100 palre S-polal GeatiaaeUa Blue Blankets, Mi 88
invnsa, to wiiid o ma.
3, 000 yards Paacy List Blue Cloth.
3,000 yards Gray List Bine Cloth.
3, 00 yards Saved List Bine Olola
3.000 yarda Baved List Scarlet Cloth.
2,000 yard Green Cloth.
THIRD CLASS DRT GOODS.
00 doica 8-4 Cotton Shawls.
00 doten 8-4 Woolea Shawls.
200 lbs. Llaoe Thread.
Ibe. Cotton Thread.
73, &W yard Calico
o.ooo yarda Turkey Red Oil Calico.
3,000 yards Blue Drilling,
10,000 yards Bde Deelms
8,000 yards ladlgo Blue Plaids.
3,000 yarda bblrtlag Strlpeo.
3,000 yarda Kentucky Jeane.
10,000 yarde Brown Drilling,
10,000 yards Bel-Tlckleg.
8,000 yarda Snper BatlaeU.
2,fO0 yarda SatlaeL
10,000 yarde Plall Llnsey.
10,000 yards Hickory Shirting.
8,000 yards 4-4 Brow a Sheetlsg.
6,000 yarda Cheeks, Stripes, aad Plalde
6,000 yards Llaaays.
3,0 0 yards Assorted Tlaaaele.
10,000 yards PrlaUd Satlaeta.
10,000 yarda Heavy Kerseys:
1.W0 Wools a Shirts. '
3,000 Calico Shirts.
3, X Hickory Shirts.
WO lbs. Oilllng Twins.
100 lbs. Cotton Malt re.
VODftTU ULASB HARDWAKB.
100 doten best Cast Steel Axee, 4 to 44 lb.
il " " M " x to 3 ins.
1,000 Camp Kettles
1,000 Short-handled Pry-Pan.
60 dciea Tin Peas, 3, 4, aad 6 quart, la equal qaaatl-
00 deiea Iron Tablespooae.
100 doien Batcher Knives, 6-Inch blade.
000 doiea Pish Uooke, assorted.
200 dotea Pleh LI nee, assorted.
The article to be farelahed most la all respects eoe
form to, aad be equal with, the Ooveramest eamplee la
tble offlce, the blankets of all elm aad colore to be
equal In quality tt the 3-pclat aearlst eamplc la this
No bids for less than an entire class of Ihe articles
specified will be coasldered.
Tbe goods must be furnished la New Tcrk city, aad
be delivered to shippers at the eeal of the contractor.
All articles famished under contract will be rigidly
Inspected ltd compared with, the sample by aa ageal
or agents appointed for that purpose. Bach goods er
articles as may la aey respect fall te conform to the
samples will be rejected, and la that ease the contractor
will be bo and to furnish others of the required kind or
qaellty within three days ; er, If that be act does, they
will be purchased at hla expease.
Payment will be made for goods received oa lnvoleee
thereof, certified by tbe agent or agents appointed to
Inspect then, such lavoleee to be accompanied by bills
Tbe right will be reserved to require a greater qaaa
tltr of enr of tha artlelaa ntmad tn ihi .nm.,l I.
tbe above schedule, not exceedlag three tlmee the
amount thereof, or to take aay leasuuaallty of Ihe same,
at tbe prices proposed.
Aavof Ihe'blda, or aay parts thereof, mar be ac
cepted or rejected at the option of the department
No blda will be considered from peraoae who have
failed to comply with tbe reqelremente of a former
contract with the Unl ed Statee, or who are not menu-
tactarar oi, or wnoieeue atiier m, tbe required, aril
clea No proposal will be coasldered that does not sraiCTtr
OOMpLV with the following seqaltcmeaisj
Proposals must embrace tbe articles with the qcantl
tlea thereof, aa act forth la tbe above schedule, with the
prices annexed to each, aad the amoaata nnat b ear.
rled cut and footed up, each class to be separately
stated aad footed up Said prises aad amounts moat be
ao given without any modleatloa or proposed modifica
Proposals should be submitted la Ihe following form t
" I or we hereby propose le famish tbe Iadlaa Depart
ment, according to tbe term of the advertisement of ibe
Commissioner ofladlan Affairs, dated October , IBM,
the following articles at tbe prices thereto affixed)
(Hera laser! tbe lltt.1 aald artialaa in ha jiia.:
ble la the city of New York oa or before the let day cf
rvH ! j aao, n mi proposal ne accepted, i lorwei
will, within three days thereafter, execute a contract
accordingly, and give security satlsfctory to the Ct m.
mis oner of Indian Affairs for the faithful performance
of the same."
Each proposal must be aceompaaled by a gnaraaly la
the following fotm, to be slgaad by two responsible
peraoBa, whose sufficiency m,ut be certified by n United
elate Jndae or District Attorney t We hereby Jointly
aad eeverally guarantee that lee above bidder, or bid
ders, If a coatraci shall be awarded to him (or tbem
accordlag to his for their bid or proposal, will execate
a contract accordlne-tv. and n-tva tha raanlalta aaanrli
for the faithful performaaee of ibe same as prescribed
In the advertisement for proposals for Iadlaa goods,
dated October 3d, 1BU and la tbs svsat of hi or
muj lauura ig 10 ao, w airtoj (iit m omu our
selves, oar heirs, executors, and assigns to forfeit and
Say the Uulled Statee aa damages, a sum not less than
ftseu per cent oa the amount of said bid cr proposal ' '
Bonds will be required In the amount of the bid for
the faithful performance of tbe contract, with two or
more earetles, whose aafflcleney most be certified tq by
a Doited States Judge or District Attorney r
PROPOdALS FOR PAINTING IRON
Orrici CoMMiaaioaik or FriLio BoiLaiioa, I
CirtroL,Uetobar 3,186, (
Kotl.d propo.ala will bar.e.lv.dil Ibla ottca a. Ill
WKtitf KiIlY,Ooiobar 17,. Uo'clock Dt .for Pllltlif
oak or Ika Iroa F.ne.a b.loacla. to lb, Uollad BUI.,
aa lha Cflinmlaal.nar nay dal,u.la, (a coBformltj with
apaolnealloaa lob. ...a al Ik. Offleaof lb. Comaila
alon.r of Pnblla Bulldlaaa. B B PRBNCU,
oad'taAiet GomuiTialoaar of Pabllo Bolldlaf..
J& Tl ST PUB LISIIEB
PBICE ;t CMTS
A fall raporl of tba Dabat.a and Procdlnf . of lb.
60urnEuM LorAbiarb" coHVEaTIox,
aad tha Coafaiaaa, of tko Nortkara Dla,aUa, la Phlla
d.lphla, In baptambar, I860, br Iba offlolal raportar. of
lha Vnllad Slataa aaaala.
Alao, official docomanta, wbtch gl.a Iba work a hla
torla raloa, aad ImporlaBt apaacba. oulalda of tko Coa
fanllon, bjrOaaaral Carl Scburr, O.a.ral B. P. Ballar.
Prad Douglaaa, AnnaE Dl.kloaon, Uoa JobaM Bolta.
lloa Tboaiaa i. Daraat, (da.erlptlra of lha Naw Or
laaaa roaa.aera,) Uallad Btataa b.aalora Lisa. Uarlaa,
Tata., WUUatna, Braaa Oaaaral Bahaaak, lloa. Bd.
Uol'haraoa, Ao,, Ao Hold bv
PRANCK TAYLOR, Booktallar,
oatoSI Pa.ataaoa, Wiabta,loa, D. C.
fPtCKj FOE A PIBI
.iiavA raoua uai,
Coroor Saraatk alraat aad MarLad .Taao
IS FOB A FIN!
(LAOS HCt COAT,
o.ll-at Corm liTiath uratl u Hi. artioa.
AY OOOKE k 0 0.
FIFTEENTH STEIIT, opposite THE TREASURY,
bay aad sell at eurreat saarket ratea, aad keepoea
staatlv en head a fall sepply ef
OOTIRNMIIT BONDS J
COMPOUND INTEREST NOTES.
Orders for Sttehs, Boads, Ac., executed, aad Collee
tlcas made oa all aaoesalble polata.
BIVIK PIE CEKT
HR8T-CL18S TIRIT MOBTOtOI BORDI.
THI KOXTH HlSIOUXt H1ILR01D COUPilTk..
.ntkortHd n, to ,,U lhlr l.t Morlft,, 7 par Hit. M
yt.r bo.ia. Th wbol, .moanl la 18,000,000. Coapona
paj.bl.o. In. liUara or J.niuj u4 Jolj cf Mali
faar, la Naw T.rk
Bafarrla, to o.r EdTartUamast of A.rnat, ht.l,,
,el4 It. Ifil tl( oIUIob of liaia J.ilfitl. bona., v.
b.va Ura.aad lb, prle, to BiaBTT'FlTl CfNTs, .1
wblah Ibajr ataad B.rlTill m tha abaapa.t flrat.alMa
aM.rilf I. tba markat.
Air firtbar lio.Blrlia will ba aaavarad al oaf olia.
aapl-tt jat COOKI 4 CO.
TJMB8T NATIONAt BANl Qf
D. Cooa., (rfJajOoobl At 0.. ,)PrMa.al,
W, B. HfaTINro., Caaklar.
PIBABOf AL AOBBT OP TBB OBIT10 TTATU,
llri tntrt, .rroam t.i tiiimt .ipiinirr.
OoaoriaiaBt oMarlUaa wltk Troaairif OalUd lutaa,
BbT-OHaB MIL.UOBI DOUJkBB.TBI
bap aad aall all alaaaaa of aOTBBBHBBT U0V
BIT1BB at aarraat atarkat rata..
PUBBUB BZOHABOB aad raak, Collaalloaa ALL
TBB PBIBCIPAL CITIBI OP TBB DBITBD ITATBI.
Wa parakau OoTiraraait Tolakara u Ik, MOR
PATOBABLB TIBB8, aid ,l-a oiaarn. a rao.n
ACCOBBTi OP BDIIBEU kill AND PIRKJ,
aad to aap albar batl.ua .aUBalad t. aa.
POLL IBPORAfATIOBJ Ii tofard to OOTEXBIflBT
LOAHI at aU lloiaa ahaorfallr faralabad,
WH. BDHTIBOTOB, Caaklar.
'""i Ma.lt V IMA aibtl.iltr
HO I E L M.
Ty I L L A It D H ' HOTKIa,
ITXB8, CRAOWICX A CO.,
COBNBX PIHB. ATI. ABD PODKTIIBTR tTBBIT,
WA8UINUTOB C1TT. at7-ll
F F M A N HOUSE,
BBOADWAT.COBBIBOP TWIBTT-PIPTB ITBIBT,
W YOBl OITI.
HITOUXLL, KltAD, AND WALL.
Tko BOPPMAR BOOSE la aoadaalad apOB Ika plaa of
tko boat Amarlaaa Bad Earopaaa Uotala. II aomblaaa
all lha raodara ImproTanaata aaaaiaarp to Ibo f raataat
aomfort of ,aaala that arl, laiaaaltj aad llbaralltp aaa
poaalblp dorloa aad prodoao. Tha bill of fara for lha
labia ambraaa. oaarpvartalp aad dallaaap alfordod bp
tha Antoilaaa uarkata, la tbalr aaaaoa.
ICE CS1AH SALOON,
No 390 He Tenth street,
Between K atreet aad aUssaehu setts aeenae,
WAsaisaroa, D, C.
afr. JORKPII n ftTHVaTlBM. V.. l.r. ..II. .j .
baslaess, the uaderslt ad would respeeLfaUy laforn
his lale customer aad tbe pnblle that, havlai bee a lor
years associated with him fa baslaess at the eld stead,
Ne. SSS Blalh atreet. ther are ore oared lo famish a
eaperler article of
coNiurrimrisr ant. r.w uriiv
equal la faallty to that furalshed by Mr. 8haffleld,aad
watch haa beea ae fully appreciated by the beat families!
ef Wasblafloa aad Oeorietuwa
s aey asz a eau irem an ib waai or aaytoiac la their
llae, asaarlar them that aothintr will be waallaa whisk
art 1 1 l.a . ...II. k. .... .llb.l.....
aw... m v (,ailf lit wa.a vt mn JBBktJaifl'a-,
J. 1. SBAPPIILD 4 CO.,
- a . T JOaUeTMih street,
BsIwhb X stmt aad MusMhBaetu areaaa,
DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR.
3 - Dims Sr at as Favbit Ornoa.
waswiaaveir, vetober 3, 1864.
Oe tbe Mil tlee or Rbrt W. AiimLni er.ir.iti.
Coin , praying for the exteasloa ef a pateat graated le
him ea tbe IBih day of January, 1833. for aa Improve
eat la OpevaHag the Treadles ef Looms, for seven
years from Ihe expiration of aald pateat, whleh Uket
laeeoa IhelBlhderef Jaaaarv. 1MT.
It le ordered thai the eald pet tile n be heard at lae
Patent Offlee ea MONDAY, the 31atdayef December
aext, atlS e'eleckss.t aad all persons are aotlSedto
mpfrmmt bbdw nan, n mj iar eave.way sail PC'
tltleneegkl act le be graated.
. Peraoae eppoaleg the exteasloa are ree aired le lie la
Ibe PaUat Offlce thslr ebjeetloee, ipse tally eel forth la
.. . v -. '.v1"' " ' lae eay or leuiag I
all UiUaaeey lied by either party, to be ased at the said
heart a g, nest belakeeaad transmitted laaeeordaaoe
with ihe rulee ef the eflee, which wUl be famished ea
Depositions aad other papers, relied upon ae teetl
noay. taut be Bled la the offlce twenty days before Ibe
after Sllag the teeUxeeay.
V vi.V""M I "taaiananw, u mmj, W1IB1B
ordered, U so, that Ihle actlee be oi
thai this actlee te published la the 1b-
vitblioai ead the InUlllfftnctr, WaahlagUa, D. C , aad
a tac couranl, Hartrord, Cobb , oace a week for
three aaeeeaolre weeks ( tbe Srat of said pibllcatloi to
be at leeat sixty days previous te Ihe day cf acerlesT.
T. C. TH.UEEBV
m ,. . .k i CemsalesloaerofPetoala.
P. S. Editors of Ihe above papers will please eoer.
aad scad their blllc to tbe Pateat Offlee, with a paper
eoaUtalag tble eettee ec9-taw3w
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
tT.ITBD BTATla P.TIIf OlftOl.
... WAailliTol, Altaal 18, 1888.
Ol tka patltloi of Braaiaaa A. Poad, of Batlaad, Tor
ao.lpr.Tlar for Ik, aiui.lo. of a paUit (naiad to
la Pill HaklB, Kaakiaaa, for Mroapiara from Ibo aipl-
5D...ib.V,'C, w'',,, ullM """ " 'U' "7
It la ordarod that tba aall potltloa ba b.nrd al lb.
Jist"V?Rr".." "-xrL'ir ib da, of i..T.r.u?
aaat, al II o'.IMk aa aad all poraoB, ara aoillod to
appaar aad ahow aaaao, if aap thap bata, wbp aald poll
lloa oa, bt aol to bo a raaUd. '
,iS!"MttV!fS" ""I" A" woalr to 11, la
Jii f- 0 iVL'-iJ '. ,ola5lp.alfork la
Sii?1"", bp alitor panp.to ...Ml .1 tt.
! All.5!f' "".' k.ta7M traiamlttH la ao)rd.
aaH-rtihliarilaaof Ika ,1m, wblah will ba far
labal .1 appUaatloa.
Dapoaltloia aad olhar papara, rallad ipoi aa loaH
atoap, raa.l bo IM I. tha olaa funfp dara b.for. tko
Ordarod. alao, that Ibla aotloa bo pabllobad la Ibo
BaroiLioAl aad tba ItatUmal InUUIfiutr. Waahlar
taa, D. C, aad la Ibo Utuld, Billaad, Tarnont.
oaaa a waok for tbra. aoeaoulra woaka i tko tral of aald
psbllaatloaa to ba al laaat alalp dapa pra.loaa to tbo
lap of baarla, . . THOMiS &ABLABD,
u ,, AaUatCoiBoilaaloBarof Palaata.
l.a-Bdlloraofth,aboTa papara will plaaao aopr.
alB.ilibalrbula8.il. Fauat OBa. with a par"
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTKRiOR.
BiTa lTAa. Patibt Orrici,
.. "-.--.w, -aii.H-, s.i, idod
day of October, IMS j
place oa the S3d
III UPHIVI), 1PB(J I
ft Is or da rait that ika 1,1 ..int.. .. v . ..
-r " --iH-r Hun. ( BBJ HIT Oa tab aalit
pallUoa OBfbt lot to ba iraila. ' ' '"', "
.vrI'?,.0PP,", "laialoi an raqolral lo ilo la
i... "" '""bJaIIOBa, apael.ll, ..I forth la
w.!1."!! ''li '."T? "' 'o" dap of baarlar.
,T."fi " .raaamuiea a aeeord
IIZ.V1. !..',?";.' "' '" oa"' "" will ba fir.
itahad oi appUaatloa.
Oapoalu.Ba ail alba, aapora, rallal ipoa aa I
"fl PJ ' '" '"-'""' oapa aofor
Air"rr :r- T".",rMrr'
w..rwi,aiBo,inai ilia aotloa bo pabllabad la thi
B.roitKU. aad tha tnttUtiaut,, W.ahla,lo., D. fl,
aad la the Em. Womut ira.a ... Z . '
three eaeeeeeUe weeka j the Aral of aald pablUatlcas to
--'- fioTivaa wiafijoi oeariBf,
T, C TUE1KER,
p s in. ... v Coiam'"l9'fPateata.
P. 8 WUore of the abeve papers will please ecpr,
-a .air Dine io ioe rate a l uase with a parer
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR";
Urir.o 8rtia Pariir Orrici,
n .v ., , !"lAMHM. AaBil 81, 1888.
OB lb. Batltloa Of Ja.r.n Al.l.a -f MAk.. III,-.,.
HXi'f i" "i,",M ' "' f rami 10 bin oa
y,.Vl,'d"'?' Jacaobar, 1831, for aa laaproToraaal la
Bakw lo Orala Barraalara, tor aaraa poara from Ika ac
ftpait,$s;',wklrt "" "".
It la ordaral that th. aald vatitlo. b board at tba
!US.iIi!2e I ff AU paraoa, an aolll.1 to appaar
"" -" " ' ""
ifc . 9StFnmf " MldHd to lie Is
1 .. rUl V5 tklr objeetloaa, epecUllf eat forth la
,V. V " "UJ! Irw" "' ""N efhearlan ;
all teUno7 filed by either party, U be need at the
aald beerler, meet be takea aad traasmltlad la accord
aaee with the rulee of the oa.ee, whleh will be f aralshed
Depoeltloas aad olhar nanara. rallatt .. .
Ht "i ? ' offlc tieeHtV d7 bifre the
.r ii:r :: .'.".Tr...",""--" . .,.
ordered, alao, that thi notice be published la the
vary uoa jp aoa ins intntgtnfrt wasBlBf toa, D. C
aad la the Tribund, ChlUio, Illinois, oae a week for
three suceeaelre weeka ; the first of aald publications lo
be at lsaat alily daya prerious to the day of kesriae .
T. a THEAKER,
Commissioner of Patents
P. 8 Editor of the above papera will pleaeeeopr,
aad aead their bill to the Patent 0 Bee with a paper
canUtalat thlaaotlee. i eeTw8w
ADAMS EXPKEHB OOMPA1SY.
OFFICE S14 PENNai. AY SHOE.
BBANCH OFFICE Sis PENNBTLYANIA AVINUS,
WASHiaOTOH GITT, D. a
NOKTHEBN, WESTERN, AND SQDTQIKN EXPKB88
MEBC1IARDI8E. MONET, JEWELBT, VALUABLES.
NOTES, STOCKS, BONDS, Ac,
Forwarded with safety aid dispatch to all accessible
sections of the soualry. This Ccmpaay has Ageaetec Ib
aaa. fa maiiiti IIUWI IUWBI IB IB (J
BOBTB, BAST, WEST, ABD BOBTHWEST.
lla prUalpal ofiloaaaro
W18DIBOTO.V, B. C ,MAW TOaK, BOSTO.V, PU1L-
ADILPU1A, BALTIMOBI, C1KCIMBAT1, ST. LOD18,
Coonaallono ara mada at Baw Tork Bad Boatoa wllb
llaaa furwardlB. lo Ibo Caaadaa and to tba BrltUhl'rr
Tlaaaa, aad wlih ataamablp luaa to LWarpool, Soalb
anptoa, aad Uavro. aad tbaaea bp Earopaaa aipraaaaa
to all promlaaBI oommaralal towaa Ib Oraal Brltala aad
oa lha Co<iail.
COLLECTIOB OP BOTES, BBAPTS ABDI8ILLS madl
at all aaaoaalbla pari, of Iba D.lt.J Slat..
C, 0 DDII..B.nl,
! Wa.bla jIob" D. C.
COLUMBIA HOSPITAL FOIl WOMEN
Poirtaaatb alraat, (clrola ) eoraor of U alraal.
Thli ilialllnlloi la altnaUdla lb, moat haillhp por
tloaoftho lllalrlcl, aarroaad.d bp lu own .roand.
Car. paaa tha door afar. At, rataa!..
Tarnaof adrolaaloai Promts lo ,10 par waok, lo aa
oordaaaa with lha room r.qnlr.d. p.jt.bl. In adranaa.
Tblalnaladaa Board, UallslBaa, lladlaal, aadSnrala.l
MEDICAL STA PP.
J II THOMPSON, M.l,lMl.lr..t,b.l...nTV.n.
Ilalh and Twaatp-Plrat atra.1..
coa.DLTlru r.raiclava aaa BFioaora
J08 K. BABHIIS. II. D . kar.,.nu ,j.h I n.lt.J
Slataa Aria.. '
JOS. H1LIT, U. D , 0aor80'Owa
TI108 lilLLEK, bt D , P airaal, Waablailon.
A V. P. OABItkTT, al D , naw York a raana.
W P JOHHSrOI. hf B, Waahlaiua.
OBAPTOX TTLEK, AI D , Oaorfalowa.
Applleallonafor adutaalona aaa bo mada to anp of lha
madlcal alaff or tha malroa at tba Uoapltal Urd.ta for
admlaaloa to th. fr.a bada of thla In.tiintloa can la ob.
dalnad of tba Bar. C. U. Ball. Baelorof Ibo Eplphaor
Chnrcb.oflbaBar. A. D Olllatta, p.ator of iba Plral
Bapllat Charah, aad of Ibo Bart ooa In cbar(a al hla rai
Idanaa Ordara for tha admlaaloa of lb, wlraa or wldowa
of aoldlora of Iba Oaltad Sutaa armp aaa bo proaorad
tbronb Iba BarnaoB Oanaral, Daiud Slataa ariar.
J'' 0. H BALL. D U , Sacraitrp,
T WEAK AND IMPA1UKD KYh
1,??T,,.rl,l.all.rtlbM from lalrmllpof a.,,
saaaral dabtlllp of tha aarrooa ayalaia, protractad .Ick
BO., or from aalaral dlapo.llloa to far or uoaral.hl.d
aaaa, wlllba rfalorad, Improrad aad alraaglhaaad br
BBAIILIAB PEBBLE SPEOTACLU
oaaafaelnrad from (.bbIb. ROCK CBTSTAL. flrlni
aaaa and aouifttt to tha oplle narra, aad anltal .ccb
. , ... . PBAJIKLIN Aj CO .
Solaallla aad Pr.all-.l Opcl.l.... Jll r.aaaTWaala
"!'"' '" I,,"l ! Thirl-alb alraala, a.rlb
hUaraoeopaa. Elaalr'aal bfacbln.a, Tharmomalara,
.iV .V1,"i ad Pboloiraph Albama la a raat
arlalT a.d .1 tb. I.W..I pri.a.
Q A B D
JDBTICE OP TUB PEACE,
OPPICE, BO 8UB1BTUSTBIITWE8T,
Woald raapaelfall laurai hla frlaada aad lha pablla
(aaarallj that h la Bow aluadlaa lo all Ural baalaaaa.
aaab aa admlalalartaf Iba Aaiaaalv, aa wall aa all olhar
aalha Draw la, Laaaaa, Doada, WUla, Powar of AtUraap.
Laadlord aad Taaaal Botlaaa, Aa., Aa. "
Lagal adrlaa Blraa Ii all lu braaabaa.
ar- PartlaalualUiUoipalt la Ika aoUaaUoa af iabu
ulalalai Is iuubI, aM"tf
Oi lha patllloi ol 11..UI TBlal.r,of Woroeator, Maia .
Fb'I'iif '2 '."", "'"'" ' P"' iraa W li al "o,"
Iba lh dap of Boaaiabar.lU, for aa Inprowaaiial la
"Bolarr K. Ilia. Maab.1...," fo, aa,a. ,.?,rt?oo In!
hvuiiiui ui in DiitBi. -am nit iibraa
gnEDS AND FBNOINO FOB BALE.
Cur QPAiriiMAam. Orrica,
w Dimt or WAama.Toa,
la ..ij!.iM'p"1'"' "'p BJDAT.Oo(.a.r
Lii;L... '?? ",""'' Mparrlaloi of Brorot
LUaUnat Coloaol Jamoa M, afaorV t ill . r,
"?;. ?..? ,.,.,,,lr"." ? m&i &.?
Two Bhada. 18t A3 fMt aaaa.
bo Bhal,lliM8 fmt aal
388 llaaal faal of PoBalaa.
T.rma I Cm. I. Oororamaat fn.d..
Aaalalaal OaarUmaMor 0...S1,
0"-3t Bror aalor Onaral tf . IV A.
SALE OF BUILDINGS AT BEVENTU
BTBBBT W HABP.
Cl"' 9"iriiiaTM,i Ornos, i
Dtm ar Waa.i.To, 1
, Wai.ii.To., D.COaub.rla.lSH 1
Bp dlroatloa of Ibo QaarUraaaaur Oaaaral. Ihoro will
U .old .1 pnblla aaailoa. at lb. Pora,. Dap" ioTar
Ba.aatb alraat, oa BATUBDAT, Oaubaf JoVjiii) a"-
aadar tha aaporTlalo. f Brat. I L aauaaal Coloaot
JamaaK.Hooro.A.0. M, Iba followla, Balldlaja aal
Qaartarmaatar Bloraa 1 s
I Bboda, Soils? fort.
Ipart of Sh.d, 31.11 fa.1.
1 Bbad oa Wharr,40.M rt.
ido. do inn root.
1 Bbad, MUM ft,
1 Carpaatar Bbop, Had fM.
1 Blaakamlth Aboil, lltll faot.
1 rorlabla OaaOliU fa.1,
I AllllloB, 18H8 fa.1.
1 Lambar bbad, 90t33 faot,
1 Coal Bbad, 10x11 faot.
I Paaaa, Ta84 fl.
a 1 Wharf, Soils) fMt, aoBlatatax
1,800 llaaal fHl la Pll.'a,
l.fm imiia r-al la n-.
lo.oo aqaara faot la Striata,
18, ono aqaara faot la Ploora.
. ,. ",V1" '" tala a,
S 000 llaaal fMt I. Pilaa
11 000 aqaa, faot la Capa,
It 000 aqaara faal I. Blrlara,
18,000 aqaar. faal la Ploor.
1 llor.. ah. A. la.an .
S,ono square feel lu Cape,
6,01m square feet lu Striae i.
,fHio aisare feet la Floor.
93 Sack. n:.!:Vn '."'f '' 00 lU
5 S!I,.!Pt? f d.0-bout 8, OW lbs.
a Saetloas Moae Dine.
S Fad Chesla.
ps'r Shafts, aad
.ooof..i 0(4 Umber.
Tarmat Caab. la Dihhb.,! r...j.
J.t'i!4".'' "''.lobaramoradwllhla Un lap, from
dap of aala. D. H BCCBEB,
rT. maj. uaa. aa. UBlarQnarUrmaatar,
.i , papolofWaahlaaloa.D. C.,
l AadAaa'IQr Oaa ,V. 8. Armp.
CALE OF NAVY POWDER&
Brniac or Omni, r, Birr DariiTBaST, I
. .... Wa.Hiriro Cirr, Ool. 10, lauo. I
Tbaro will bo aold at Pnbllo Anetloa, to Iho hlrh.it
J'''.'"?'.?'. "...THIJBBDAr, lha t.i.l,.nb (SWb
dav i f Oatobar. 1868, at tba ohleo of tha IHSI'ICTOK
"J ?J1D!,;i. vr TABBVBoVro.KvirSSJ!
two lko.aa.1 (loooj barrala of CABHOB PoWdeS.
.."pTchiv,;111 MU " '. ''
.Tu'at' !i' " a"""aat faada, oao half to ba do.
Litki. ?" "a ' o'tha aala, aad tha ramalBdar
wllhlB l.a dara aflarwarda. darlai wblah lima lb.
powdar mail bo ramorod from Iba aiiulu, olharwlM
It will ro. art to Iho OoTarum.at. ' w
Parcbaaara will ba raqi rad to faralak tbalr owa
packa.aa wkara lha powdar la lot la barrala.
fJ.OVEBaVMKNT SALE OF SUM'LUS
' J SCB8ISTBBCE STOBIS.
CHOICE T1A, (CLOSIKOiTrjT BALE.) BOCK SALT
Ao.AT PUBLIC ADCTIOA. '
S. J. 80PIB As CO., Arcrioaiiu.
Braaiatirri Orrica, DBA.,)
B0.103 WaaTLoaiiabbTaiTr, f
a. . .7 f--"- ..., -aarvaoaao no. 1
rani .traal, (ImaadlaMp la lb. raarof B. lu Waal
Lombard Blraaljal llo'aloak aa , oa TBUBBDAT, Oo-!..'-
"""L""" " tkra. haa'drol
j.) poonl. ahglca Ttaa, of braada aid la packaijaa aa
o,r.f.rM '" 'i"'' "ko"' O Pooada.) braal
OULOBO.carno mark SLPaal
nnfnaST? '" "l".!i lt,", ' Poada.) braad
OOLOBa.carromark ' Bowholf
nk?lr2 '" "L".'.'U ,K'" " Poaala,) brail
OOLOBO, oar, 0 mark ' Whlla Eafflo.M
! AJ I half ah.aU. (abool 78 poaada,) braal
OOLOKO, aaraa mark B. B. Palmar
niifj.r' " 5."t tbl"" " poaada,) braal
OOLOMa, eargomark " LaraBtar.'
ur2l. ,','J1"" ,1",ul.(;.k?,'" ,41 Pala,) brail TAB
MASALOW.oario mark " Hogoa.,,
-SvSl " '.(".I 8T poaada,) braad POO
CBOAO.cargo mark " Ifolapar "
,,?,' I'.',1)?!!. ''' t'10' " Poond.,) braal ESO.
LUU BKEAKPAbT, carpro nil" kfaBdarla
1 . . , a .. . 8BEES TEAB.
rvVVkT,', .V,r,"" htelW ..KrV" - """
Hfso5rii. WrSK"J ""J Y"""a
At the earn llaaa will k.au .!,... n.
(7.000) poand. BOCK BALTrfS b.rVal. ) """
Alo. a LOT OP EUPTV niuuin ..j -. t n
CnPPBE SACKS " " "" vr
p" Va.7."S.Vi'1 Um" '"-'' !
Somplaaof oaeh of tbo aboTO-maalloaod Tariallaa of
Taaacaa baaxamlaad al Ibla ofdaa al aap llmo Th.
paahataa ara la parfwl ordor. Tha Taaa WUl b. r..
'lro immaaiauiy Darora dallrarp,
Tt"Al?!,..wlu I" "o11 "PW""-" h tlf.ahaal.
wlih lha prlrllaia of aap an.lor,wlii ba ofarad.
""' " a Mor.ranaai taada.
Pour dap, allawtd to ramora pnrchaaM.
BroTatLlaaLCoLaadCS., B. 8. A ,
o.ll-tdl Braiat Brl,. Obb. Yola.
gALK OF NAVY POWUEBS.
BraiAir or Oaimarci, Barr DiraaTaaar, I
... . WaaHLntoa Cut, bapL , load.
Th... Will b. laM at nal.1 1.. ,. .a. ..,a" .
bldJara, al aooo oa TIIUKSDAT, tko olrhlaaaU (I8lh)
dap of Uaubar. 1880, al Iba oD.a of Ibo laapootor of
Ordnaaoa, al Iho M.rp Tori, Brooklpa, BaajVork.
aboal twaalr-alrbt handrad barrala II 8001 of Dowdarl
mpo..d of obbbob aad morur powdara.
Tba DOWdarB Will fa. .old h Haul, 1. l.t. .
Tarmai Caab, la Ooraramanl faada) oaa half lob.
dapoaltad oa Iho Oaaalaaloa of tha aala, aad tha ramalaa
dar wtlbln laa dapa altarwarda, durlhg wblcb lima la
powdara laaal ba ramovad from Iba maxaxlaa.olborwU
ar will r. . rllotb.Uoirrnui.nl. '
Puroha.ara will ba raqilrad 10 raralth tbalr owb
packagaa whar, Ibo powdar la aol la barrala.
a.M J U. A. WIBB,
,,M d Calaf of Baraaa.
XT A B 1 E B '
AtONTIIt. T V.na.tw
FOB OCtOBEB, 1888.
laararaaTlora lira Ball'a, Daraaalowo Top..
graphical EBraupm.at, Uaafraa.r. JilgaaJ HlaUoa.
Alonlgouarp Counlp Eno.mpm.Dl of aignal Pari.,
Itarn.ilown, AfarrLod Tho Old J-ouara Bachlaoo
for Pleld Kveouoolaaana. Camp aamluarp. Wlalar
Camp of lha Pourth aw Jaraaj atomlaarp Fama.
WUODI.1 LIOS With bb IHiatraUoi,
CBC18E OP TUB SOU BUT.
IL1 1'araanora Tha Bob Bor la tha Bollara Ea
qalmanx Pant, Summariat Shootlag a Haotd A
Chok.d Ch.nn.l.-Tha Bob Ko; oa Wbaala --Icalll.
Swimming iba llaa.a Slaiara' Waioa la. Iba
llap.pialj. Aeoommodalloaa Wauud Moraiaa
JJ.Ilor. -Tha Bob Bor I. a Crowd -ShlVkla. J
Wal.rf.ll -8.111., oa tak. Zn, -IhT.,!., h, Kp.
Ida of lha Baaaa Waabl.g Barga -Pl.ad oa a
W.t.rf.11 Cb.l. Bar lar fraasb rtahara!
IIEUOIC DEEUS OP I1EK010 ". ifv THE
. WILD8 OK ABKASSAS ilVl TH1
IH.ciTnino.ia Samu.l U Cnrlla Balllo'of P.a
Bldio -Jam.. O Bloat -Pra.au J. Harr.a -Habb.
k."!;Vi.uT.V,,:,K,,',V.0""'1 IW'""U W""
18 KOTIl'S BB1
THE UDIHSD CUAPIL
lady oodiva at kobe.
TH"a?r?'i?J1''' ' "ILLIO!!.
THE OULV TOAD. -
cu8t op a home
editob's ea8v cha'r
bdWJA'abb.0' CURR"t ive;t9-
oaa roamiaaoo,orSlx CoplMfor
Bonad Tolamaa of Iba Magailaa. aaab V.laa..
Q I'll AN B' 00 U UT,
DtfrsicT op coLDaBiAwTASBiaTOM"c,o'oirr-
ulli.. "'"'oaaad.tho admlalalralor afora.
S'W'IU approbatloo of lha Orphaaa' Coarl of
Si. "J"" ,9?"'? aforaaald.appolaiad SATUBDAT.
..A a. .Z '. """"bor aall, fir lha laal ultlamait
aad dlatrlbolloa of Ibo paraoanl ailala of aald daoaaaal
., . . aau la haad,aa far aa lha aama bara baaa
ooUaat8daadlaraadlalomon.pl wh.a aad wk.ra all
tha oradltora bb! balra of aald daaa..d ara aotllal to
alUad, with thalr alalma proparlp Touched, or thop mar
olhorwlaa bp law ba .xolad.J fromall Uaalt la aall
lMaMd 'aaalala 1 prTlJd a copp of lata otdor bo pab
llabad oaoa a waak for Ihrao WMka I. tha Batioial
BaruaLlOA. prarloal to th, aald dap,
alMwIw Sa,liia el WlU,,
ll.a!,?'0.'',!UR1'ER,8 ""' AND WEEKLT
MiUiiUI Oo. Coprfgc Oi.l.ar 81 00
WLT,OnaCoprorOno T.nr.. "!"."".., 4 QO
---""P.nn.r or laiWHtrer lha Uaa
will ba aappllad ir.ll. 10 a Uub of PI.. IS
oar. iih w aaab, la