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iaENAiioAi fi.6M October Aniim.
liOOAIj , M-jg.XXTlBt,
Thr Robbery or Harvey, Clarke and
OititU will bt remembers! that th etors of
Messrs Harvey,, Clarke end Given, on the corner
ofTblrteenth street And Maryland avenue, In tba
Sennit, wnrd, wu entered oo tho nlbt of tie 18th
Imt ( tad sobMoo,' olgnrs and money stolon there
from.1 'On Monday last, Sergeant Baker, with Offl
ctri Athlon and Evans, arrested four men Damsel
Win. Oonaall, Wu. Mortlmora, John If ortlmort,
and Joseph Danoan, all xeect John Mortlmort be
log from Richmond. Thtr had a hearing; before)
Justice Hand? yesterday morulas;, when tha art
denoe showed that th two Mortlmores and Oonnall
lift a hoot on D street, between Firit and Second
s Watts, on tha night of tha robbsry, and did sot
rttorn nntll (ha next morning, whan they war all
nndar th Influence of liquor. Thty divided th
money betweea thmt bat war overheard by a per
ion who gar th Information to th offloara. It
was alio proTad that lha tobaaoo and elgara had
bn pnrohased from than by a storekeeper namtd
Jamaa Ellison, who hu hU plaea of bnslness on
Virginia arenas. ElUion wu arrested and hit
itor searched, whan th officers recovered half a
box of tobacco and flr boiei of elgara. U wa
hatd to ball for conrt to aniwtr th oharg of re
ceiving itolan property, John and Wm. Mortl
more and Wm. Connall wcr comnlttd to Jail for
conrt to anawtr In charge of robbery, Thar waa
no t Idenee to eonneot Danean with th robbery,
and h wu held to ball for Mi good behavior.
Another Depositor after Leonard Hutok.
Borers ant Oreer. of th Third ward, on HondaT
arretted a man named Jamei Story, for threatening
toe .moot, jjonara uayca, me president oi in
lat Merchants' National Bank. Mr. Storv waa
taken before Justice Qlberson, where thTldno
ihowed that h went to th plao lately oaenpled
VJ III, IUIISUIUH ilBilVOM UIDfti IHU UMMiO )
mand for money whloh h laid he had deposited
there befor th bank closed) and vpon falling to
obtain It, drew a revolver npon Mr. llayok. J.V.
N. Ilayck, a brother, at thlf time entered the
offloa, and Immediately had Mr. Story arretted.
Jmtle Qlbenon Imposed a fine of $20, and directed
him to sir eeonrity for peace. Meairt. Carlisle
and Morherson, eoanael for th aoeared, would
ha? glran th ball, hot h refuted to give ball, and
waa commuted w jail tn aeiautu nr. etory u i
gentleman of ii Years of ace. and nanectablr eon.
nee ted- II eald he had depoattad about 12,000
with th national bank, and wu unable at hit ag
to lot inch an amount. Mr. J.V. N. Ilnyok laid
hit brother Intended to pay off all the dsposHort,
and had eommenoed by borrowing f 10,000, batth
uorernment interfered and tn money waa r
tarnedf bat he la again making arrangement! with
that object to tIiw.
Drownfd YcaterJay'about 12 o'clock,
ahoy standing near th oanal bridge at Qreen
treat, In Georgetown, dltooTered th body of a
man near th look gala. Soma persons In the neigh
borhood were notified, th body wu taken from
th water, and Coroner Woodward held an loqncet.
From the evidence before the jury It waa shown
that the body wai that of Chattel Xlappreeht, a
German, lately employed u barkeeper In Bmrloh'g
restaurant tn Ibis city. Deo tiled wu at th res
taurant on Monday last, and left there about on
o'clock. The jury rendered a Terdlet that th de
ceased wai accidentally drowned, they being of
the opinion that he wai crossing th canal on th
footway on Monday night, (workmen being encaged
in repairing tha bridge,) when he fell overboard
mnd wai drowned. Deceased wai about 30 yean
of age, and hai two slitera residing In this city.
IIIi mother residei In Baltimore. lie wu a prom
,'oent Odd Fellow, and wu much esteemed by a
Iai-namberof frlendf. Th funeral will tak
place from Odd Feltowa IIa.ll to-morrow afternoon.
Suspicion or Larceny. Bernard Bern
stein, a pawnbroker, waa arrested In th Second
ward on if onday, by Officer trailer, on toe com
plaint of At" Elisabeth Hnghe, who resides on
in island. 1 voni Tivnoo ueiuiv 4IUVIDI auor-
sell. It appeared that a coat, valued at $00, was
atolen fromth nstdencf Mrs. Hoghcs sereral
davi avo. Sha visited literal pawn shops, and
finally that of Ber.isWln, on Thirteenth street. Eh
asked to sea thcota h had In th shop, both
refused to ihow thm. Th lady dlscorered th
coat stolon from her nous hanging against th
wall, and atked to see It bat Bernstein refund,
and stated that he had taken In no coats for th
past sit months. Sh then bad th warrant issued,
and Bernstein, with the coat, wu brought to the
atatton-houie, where the lady fully Identified th
coat. Th accused was held to bail for a further
hearing, by Justice Morsel!.
Defending ma Motiikii. On Monday
evening, about eight o'clock, a shooting case oc
curred near Boundary and Seventh streets, In th
house of Isaiah Stewart. From th facta reported
by Lieut. Johnson It appear that Stewart has a
i 'IT and a mistress In the same home. On Monday
bo attempted to whip his wife, when one of her
sone young man about twenty yean of age, In
terr,'rd and a fight took plao. Th boy drew a
pistol ua flreJ' tD b&1 uklcS ffct la th
shoulder of his father, Inflicting a ery bad wound
Quarrels frequently taken place between
Stewart an fi,a wir ni children, the latter al
ways defend !S tneIr notIlir WBD na attempted to
abuse her. nng Stewart hid blmielf after th
shooting, and h t" 0 beenarrested.
IiARCE.r Oars, Beverly Cortnr, a col
ored man, was arretted In Georgetown on Monday,
by Officer Sherwood, for ateallng a pair of panta
loom from the clotUiag store of L. Meyer, on
Bridge street The pants were r;cored and the
aecnied sent to Jail for court by Justloe Buckey.
A colored boy named Ooorga- Smith was arrested
by Ofllcen Ilogbw and Auttin, of the Third ward,
on a charge of stealing eggi In th market houte.
ii ... . n un fni- nourt br Justice Thompson.
A man named James Barron wu arrested in the
Third ward on Monday, by Officer Berkley, on a
charge of stealing a pair of hoots from W. E. Stew
art. He wu lent to Jail for conrt by Jostles
A School Ttaciier Indicted. Tho grand
i.. Ii4 r,...ntA tn tha court a bill of indict
metagalmtMlssB Brown, a teacher of on of
th iubuo loboois in in rirsi wmno, -
aod.attry on Walter Beatable, a pupil In th
ichool. It will be remembered that Mlta Brown
wai before Justice Thompion on thlt charge tome
time since, but the cat wu dismissed by th
manlstrat. the Idenc not being auBoUnt o
snitaln the. charge Th sub-board of trustees f
h. pi,.t ,ititrit hv alio InTestlcated in caaa,
and at th last meeting of the board of trustees a
resolution was adopted exonerating Miss Brown
from all blame.
TiMreiUffCK Mkktino. The WosuIngUn
City Teu-peraoM Society hute rented th hal) orer
Queen & Abel's store, on K itreet, near Seventh,
and their weekly meatlngs will hereafter be held
tlwre On Monday night the first meeting waa held
and opened with prayer by Uev. Dr. Gillette, Ad
dresses were delivered by John i O. Ukw, Esq i ,
Dr. aillette, Mr. Tyler, and John S. HoMngabaad,
Esq , President of th Society.
JJase Ball The National or Washino
'roxw ill FAiTiMBior BALTiuoaa, yaiTxanAr.
The e-a'me announced to oome off In our last Issue,
&?." tw !. tk plac at 2 o'clock p.
tn., yesterday, nl$? ' "h,ImLB it"
Tory for th. Netlopals, j, won of 35 to 1 J. Th.
tn.mbers of th. PfiD won ' ft;-ii wl"
omely entertained at the Wrkwood. by the Na
tlonal Club. p
DisMissKD. CuToUrleaton Henry
Jlelnsteln, the two men arrested by Offlc?" '
s.nd Howes on suspicion of having stolon a number
orfcjwit mentioned in the HarDBLtCAH or yester
day i ' released on Monday evening, a messag
baving'be n tWd from Philadelphia that the
mMtwupwkaud and paid f T lt J
Charleston wa ' Aa 20 for Pddllng without 11
?,BB On Mo iJiy afternoon the chimney
of a bouse on Massao"tlf ". Tird
and Fourth street, oe.t!.b' "'CJ ffiHV
dlsoo. ered to be on lire Tb.e bt" f " H"fc
and Ladder Company, wi. h "m dlffieulty, sue
ceed.d In "xtlngulshftff the .ftfj ' "
until the flames had eotnmuL''d to the roof.
They soon had a stream on and t fl" on' m
iMi-ORTAhT iMPRovrMENT. Wo.'kjaen aro
busily engaged la repairing and putting " w
draw on the bridge known as the Eastern nen
bridge Travel will be suspended for a shoi .l'm
except by small ferry boats, which learo each ilH
every fifteen minutes.
SELLi.a Liquor. John Oonigan, a store-'
deeper In the Seventh ward, waa arrested on Mon.
Uay, by Officer James, for idling liquor lo qoanll
ties less than a pint. He wai taken before Justlae
Handy and lined $20.90.
They must bo seen to bo appreciated
llenoing's Ten Dollar Fall Overcoats. One price
only, at the corner of Seventh street and Wary land
OniftoiD with Ktiriir.i a GAvsUKQ-nouflB.
Jim E. Franc wu arretted em Monday by
OOeer Westefeld, of th Becond preelnct, on th
en erg or Keeping a gamoiingipons. u waa aea
befor Justice Walter, and hatd to ball for a further
Fi.tTciiEa rnirtt An Intcres tins' revlvftl
of rellglen li now prognislng at this lanotuary, on
new iorx arena, corner 01 ioww atrv-, nr.
Job Lambeth, pastor. Services will be continued
every evenlDg this week, and th pnhllo are In
vited. Opatf nw RnnniY. Charles Klotz and
Unit Belt, two rstnmct-kepen lo First ward.
wer arrested on Monday by Offioan Hurdle and
Baal for keeping their places of business open on
Sunday. They wer taken before Jostle Ilolllngi-
bead, wno nnea acn or mem nv.ov.
RoBncntiu. Th& storehouse at tha Lou
doun and Hampshire depot wu entered on Sunday
mgnt ny son parues nnanown, d uiti vi
flour, several augen and othar minor articles stolen
Th pramttei of Robert In galls, near tha canal
buln, was entered on Sunday night, and a number
of plonghi stolen.
TmpiaANciMErTixa-Tho meeting of the
friend of temperance yeeterday afternoon, loth
market pi, wu wall atUaded, and mora than
ordinary Interest manifested. Very handsome ad.
drenes wer delivered by Hitm. Draw, of Wash
Ing, and Lather D. Harrison, of Alexandria, The
meeting adjourned to meet next Sabbath afternoon,
at earn tlm and plac.
National Ei press Oompant. In tho case
of Reynolds vs. the National Eipress Company, be
for Judge TJndsrwood, at Chambers on Saturday
lut, an application wu mad on behalf of th
plaintiff to appoint a receiver to tak oharg of th
?roprty and effect of th company. The do
enoant'i eonneel, however, moved to eontlnu th
cue nntll Wdosday next, which motion wu
granted. II. H. Wells appeared for plantlff, and
a. J memo ana r. u. urattan, lor aeienaaot.
ORrnAKs' CocnT Judge Puree. Yes
terday William Keenan gar bond in th mm of
$2,000 and wu appointed guardian to th orphan
of Philip W. Bvrn.
Letters of administration on th eitate of Peter
W, Magrader were Issued to Oeorge Magrnder,
Ellin MoDuell gar bond In the sum of $3,000
and qnallfied u exeontrlx of John MoDuell.
Rohart fiharlaoli vara bond in th sum of tl.000
and wu appointed gnudlan to th orphans of Pat
Th Invantory of th personal cstat of Francis
Frommell. deceued, was filed by the administrator.
'Th will of John McDucll wu fully proven and
admitted to probat and record.
Th will of Caroline Reedger wu fully proven
and admitted to probate and reoord
George 8. Whit gav bond in th sum of $100
and qualified u exeoutor of Lvl Neal.
An Inventory on th penonat estate of Edward
Ilall. deceased, wu filed br the administrators.
Th will of Julia A. Kelly, filed on th th of
August, wu proven u to personality ana aammea
to probata and record.
The will of Levi Neal was fully proven and ad
mitted to probat and record.
Criminal Court Judge Fisher. (Kdw'd
C. Carrtngton, eiq , District Attorney, prostontlng )
Betsey Lewis, indicted for stealing clothing from
Ellen Wlnstead; verdict guilty, and sentenced to
Albany penitentiary for on year. Smlthars for
Wm. Ilall, John Simpson, and Charles Dade, In
dicted for aUallog money from James MoCartyi
verdict, not guilty. Brown and Phillips for de
fence Elijah Cyrus, Indicted for tht murder of George
Simondi on th 36th day of November, 1805; nolle
pro, by United Statu Attorney.
Oa Fridar October 10, Ifra.GcLiiLiu BaK0,wlfe of
ut vaaiei ureea, 01 late 017,1.0 a atmnur 01 id me
AOHH l ana aeonu oownv.oi aww ior cut.
Ob BatBrday, the 30th of October, near Dtadtoibnrf ,
Ulie Maiv LucAe.oaly ebild of Major J. H.and Delia
Lucas, formerly of HUaols.
" Tans baa a f enue epmi paaiea away."
-TTJ-ANTED TO RENT, A STORE ON
YV Seventh atreet, betweea Fan niyl Tenia aveane
aad E street, either aide. Will pnrchase the goodwill
aad Sxtarea, or will go la as partner In any paying
bnslneia Address D B M ,
oel7tf Box 8.1., Pot Office
FOIl HALE OR I1ENT.
OR SALE OR RENT.
DWELLING, eltaated at tha intersection of Mary
land andVlrglala itiidh, between Seventh and Eighth
etreeta weat. The Uense la fll feet front by 40 feet deep,
with wide hall throagh the centre. The lot la IOO fast
froat by 214 feet deep, embracing one half of aanare 434
JOHN II 8EMHE8,
selS dlftf Boston Uoaie.
J70R 8ALE-A FILE OP THE DAILY
; NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, (anboand,) from the
flritltiat, Nov. 29,1860, to the present day.
U.S. a.iH iniaouc.
OR SALE IN THE FIRST WARD A
LARGE TURBR.AND'A'HALF STORY BRICK
IIUUBB. lillHllftfl fiUUlU, AalLUkU, MUU1
DINING ROOM AND HALL, WITH LARGE CELLAR
UNDER THE WHOLE HOUSE. The lot contains over
11,000 feet of ground, nadar ealtlvatlon, with grape
vises, frail treei, ehrabs. Sowers, 4e. Gas aad water
throng hoot the honee It la a 8retelase realdeace, and
la la one of the flaeat loeatloaa la the elty, Addreie 8.
U. J, t at thle oflce, lr!2-tf
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY,
OmCE Al PENNA. AVENUE.
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C.
NORTHERN, WESTERN, AND SOUTHERN EXPRESS
MERCHANDISE, MONET, JBWEXRY, VALUABLES,
NOTES, STOCKS, BONDS, Ac., .
Forwarded with safety aad dispatch to all accessible
section! of the eonntry. This Company has Agencies lo
the principal railway towns la the
NORTH, EAST, WEST, AND NORTHWEST.
lis principal offlcei are
WASHINGTON, D. C.,NEW YORK, BOSTON, PHIL-
ADELPWA, BALTIMORE, CINCINNATI, ST. LOU IB,
Coanectlone aro made at Now York aad Boston with
lines forwarding lo the Caaadaa aad to the BrlllshPrr
vlnces, and with ateamahlp lines to Ltvsrpool, Soath
op ton, aad Havre, aad theacehy Europe 10 exprems
to all prominent commercial towns la Great Britain and
as tha Continent.
COLLECTION OF NOTES.DRATTS ANDJIHLLS made
at alt aeeeeslble parte or the United Btatea
r T.S MOORE, Aginl,
npU Washington, D. C.
X m u'sToa i7o"a it d
" PIANO TUNING, REPAIRING, Ac.
I have aejajed the services of two of the vorr best
Tenors and Repairers from New York, and csn lo fa
tare attend to ordere promptly.
I have a vry large work and repair room over my
store, where Panoa can be taken and put la complete
order at moderate rates.
Any Mnileel Instrnment carefully repaired
Tho largest stock in the elty of New and BecoDd.ht.nd
PIANOS or sale or rent, on easy terms.
Pianos, Organs, Mclodeons rented for a night, week,
month, or year.
Pianos moved, packed, taken ou storage, tonsil,
rented, repaired, exchanged. Ae.
Jky Every article la the Masle Business
JOHN F. ELLIS,
OcKeolt SOtf Pa avenue, near Tenth street.
T AW OFPIOK.
" JlBBMlia 8. Blick,
Wan U. Laaoir, C. I. BLica.
BLACK, LAMON t CO.,
CooaaiLLOsf and Attojuiti at Law
IE THE IUPBEHE CODBT Of THE OHITED BTATES,
TI1E CflOKIOF CUIUS,
TOE tOOKrB 0 TOE DI6TE1CT,
THE EXECUTIVE PJKTMEHT8 AMD
OOMHITTEEI Or OOROBEB.
orriCE, an iooetB3tu street,
d.It.ll Blrtctly Oppo.lla Wlllard.' Hot.l
S" Ul'RKME COUBT OF TUB UNITED
TATEB, DECEMBEE TEIIM, 1!3
OEDEr"o7 COBBT ...
OaDBaao, Tliat th. ..T.ral caai.a Iroaatt IbU JBL
Caart br wrtla of arrar or appaala from Iba CucoU or
Dl.ul.1 Court, for IhauTaraf ii.tncn wllbla Iba btal.a
4alaro4 to ba la r.UHU). br tba rroclainattoo of tba
1'ra.ldaal of tha Call.i alalia, Aaltd Ao,o.tl. 1801, ta
..1 la. aad dupoMd of ai tba Baal iarto of tbU Court
Bad ar lb. ralaa tbaraof, aad U r.guUr Of it; a. Id.7
mB (UBd upon tba doakat.
Aod tba Clark la dlraatad to taaaa a aopf of tbla orda
to ba pablUhad la tbraa dal)7 papara of tba city cf
Taatl t D. W. U1DDIJTOIC,
on-Jaw!w Clark Boprtma Court I'oll.J Blilti.
-ALL'S NEW OPKUA IIO0SE,,
CORHIH ninTO ST. ADD LOUIIUSA AV..
rrra.tl.. PaaniflrtDl. ...... t
SUrrlllD WiLDEOJ, Unm nd U.ntf.u,
Th. U1..M, T.rt.ttl.. ..4 T.r. P4..1ir QVE1N IIS
TIBS, .id lb.lt DKOT1IIK AXDKtW, Ihi wooJ.tfiil
Y.nDg 0.r..dltB. lappoit.d br.fnll aid tfflcl.BtCom
ptir,wii.ii will D. pr.itst.ft ...ria.oi nriwi... v
tnitl. tal Maile.l XaUrtaUtn.BL.
Third l(hl r Ik.
QUEEX BISTEKS, aad Mr. ANDREW WALDEOX.
Tb. parrormanea will anmm.aaa with
TOE LITTI.I TREASURE!
QBiSD WD8I01L 0110, DT Till QUEEN tlSTEEl
AND TUBIK IJKUTUAK,AnVKAW W1LDHUKI
To aoa.lod. with Iba roartar Farea of
TUB BTECTBI BltlDEOBOOM I
Dlrftorr....... Ur. Aadraw Waldroa,
PanBtvlvinU itibhi. kp
SPALD.NU k RiPLir PKOPRIXTOR8.
J.B. BrACKMAI BTAQKHAHAaKlf.
Appearaaee of the CeUbrated Comeillan,
MK. V. 8 CHAMrRAD,
Who will pressor, THIS EVENIHO. his Great Original
8 A Ml
yiFTIt GRAND FAMILT MAT IN RE I
OX SATURDAY AFTERNOON. OCT OB IE 2T, 1880,
AT THIRTY CKNT8 ADMISSION,
Oa which oecaaton the Great Moral Drama of
Will be pretested.
THI BlClilSaa' EXOLI8II OrEKA TROtTE
Will commence a
8EASON Of SIX NIOHT8 ONLY
AT THIS THEATRE, ON MONDAY EVENING, OCTO
BER 28, ISM.
The Repertoire will embrace the fellowlog Operai,
and lo the orJer liven 1
M A R r T A N A I
BOHEMIAN Q IKL!
WtDHIIDAV, OCTOBta II,
DOCTOR OF ALCAHTARAI
TaraiDAV, Noriiiiis 1,
DAUGHTER OF THE UIOIUENT!
VaiDAT, NOVIMBBR 3,
R08E OF O A8TILEI
Satoboav, Novsmbbb 3,
F R A D I A V O L O I
The Box Bhect le now open at Uetitrott's Moile Store,
whare eeats may be eecored for all or any one of the
opsciAt Nov Not Unit Bailor the reat zpa
attanrflnc this eairairement, there will be NO INCREASE
IN TDK PRICE Of ADMlS9ION,(exc.rt to the Far
qoet, wbteh will be th iin as Dr Circle a cenU.)
bot25cenU Lxtrawlll be charged for seats reenred la
MESSRS. DUDLEY KAVANA0II
and MELVIN FOSTER, of New York, and TIC
Tun ESTEPUE and E. M. K EL II 8, of Fhlladalphla,
will ptar at the palo j of Beaton Hall Billiard Saloon,
oo MONDAY EVENING, Oct. 22, 1680, when will be
exhibited lea of the raoit beautiful Billiard Tablet In
the United States, from the manufactory of Msiri.Kav
anagh h Decker
Tho Bar wilt be soprlled with the choicest Llnaors
andClgars. I) RE I. ETON & FLiNAOAN,
W. B. Coom. A J. Baoax
OOI'ER & KAOAN.
(Saeceaiors of Jaa. Sktrvleg, )
STOVE, TIN AND SnSET-IRON'WOUEERS,
497 Eleventh Street, above Ptno'a Ave. ,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
FartlcnUr attention paid to repairing Foraacei,
Rasgf e, Parlor Heaters, As , aad all work, warranted
apAIlDNEirB PIIOTOQItAFXIia ART
I NTELLIO EHCER BUILDING
11 Sereath Blreet,
ONCE MORS IN RUNNING ORDER.
The damage censed by tha late Ale bas bees ofirre
paired that boiiaeis will be rainmed
THIS MORNING, (WEDNESDAY, October 4th.)
Wheo, ae formerly, the rale will be strictly aafereed
throng hoot the eiteblUbment,
" PRODUCE THI BEST, NO MATTER WHAT TBI
COST IN TIME AND MATERIAL."
Mr. G. takeethlsoppertoalty to thaak Ms aameroae
friends and easterners for pail klttdnees, aad to say It
ahall be bis constant aim to euatlnne to merit the very
CVT II I T E ' 8
ACIV laAlHBB' r(U Ur-.-STLLUL'S
No SM Sixth street, between Q and II streets
Mr. WOITE respectfully suggests to Fatnltle, Hotel
end Restaurant Proprietor!, and all others, that he
keeps conatantlr oa band a anporlor article of FRENCH
AND AMERICAN CONtECTIUlNERY, and the PUREST
ICE CREAM, of hU own manufacture. Ilia terme are
most mod era to
PARTIES, WEDDIN'JS, FAIRS, BA fur
nished with the host article, at lie shortest notice.
We solicit from the public a call, having erer nfl
dence la our ability to give entire sallafacllon
N. B The location Is one of the bat, and tho Saloon
theflaestla the city, and the proprietor Is determined
to make it a Brstclass house by cultivating nose other
tbaa the best patrons.
The former proprietor baa no. Interest la any other
establishment In the cliv. aed'lm
EPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
ukitid bTAvaa rAVixr urrioi,
Washih.itum. October 2. ises.
On ths pstltlon of Robert W. Andrews, of btalbrdvllle,
Conn , praying for the extension of a patent granted to
him oa the ISth day of January, ltU3, for an Improve
ment la Operating the Treadles of Looms, for letea
yeare from thaexlratloa of said patent, which lakes
place oo the 16th day of January, 1837,
It Is ordered that thaaald petition be beard at tie
Patent Office on MONDAY, the 31st day of December
next, at 12 o'clock ra. ; and all persona are notified to
appear aad show cease, If any I boy have, why said pe
tltloa ought not to he granted.
Persons opposlog the extension aro rcialrcd to Sle la
the Patent Office their objectloos, specially set forth in
writing, at least tietnly daya before (be day of hearing!
all testimony Mod by either parly, to he nied at lha saTd
hearing, must La Ukea aad transmitted In accordance
with the rulee of the office, wblsh will be furnUbed on
Depositions and other paper, relied npoa as tastl.
mony, must be Bled la the office tiotnty diye before the
day or hearing; the arguments, tf any, within fen days
after flllng the testimony.
Ordered, also that tbU notice be pabllshed la the Kb
rtBtiOAx and the InUlltgenctr, Washington, D C , and
In the Courant, Hartford, Conn , once a weak for
three successive weeks the first of hU pabllcatlo&s to
be at least alzty days previous to the day of hearing.
T, C. THKAKER.
Commlsaloner of Patents.
P. B Editors of ths above papers will pleaae copy,
and nend their bills to the Patent Office, with a paper
containing tola notice octMawlw
EPARTJIKNT OF THE INTERIOR,
UfllTEP OTATB! I'ATBXr UF7IOB,
Waiiiixutox. Aarnst 19. 1B8II
Oa the petition of Rrasmoe A Pond, of Ratland, Ver
mont, praying for tie extension of a patent granted to
him the 7ih day of December, lS-Vi.for an Improvement
la Pill Making lUclalm, fur seven ynra from the expi
ration of eald patent, which takes place on the 7th day
of December, 1SG
It isordsred that the saU pstltlon be heard at the
Pateut Office oo MONDAY, the 19th day of Korember
next, at 13 o'clock m ; and all porsons are noilfleJ to
appear and show cause, If any they have, why said peti
tion ought not to be granted.
Persons opposing tho extonsloa aro required to file la
the Patent Office their objections, sf oclmlly set for h la
writing, at least twenty days before the day of Inning j
all testimony filed by either party, to be used at the
aatd bearing, mast be taken aod transmitted la accord
ance with the rales of the office, which wltl be fur
nished on application.
Depositions and other papers, relied apon as testi
mony, most be filed la the office fictfify davs before the
day of hearing i the arguments, If any, within fen da ye
after filing the testimony.
Ordered, also, that this notice la published In the
BsroBLiCAR and the Satlowil IntelUfftncer, Washing
toe, D. C. , and In Ike HraUt, Hutlaod, Vermont,
ouco a week for throe succestlT weeks) the first of said
publications to be at least sixty days previous to the
day or bearing. TUOMA3 1IAHLAND.
Acting Coiuiulskloner of Patents.
I II ClU.tFm nt Ilia uliavti nuntrs will nltiai tnttr
and'send their bills lo the Pateot Office with a paper
containing tbla notice. tilMa3w
11 P II A N S ' COURT.
DISTBICT OP COLUMBIA, WASUIKOTON CODMTT
To W iv i
In the case of Oeorge II. Foster, administrator of
August Aleyer, deceased, the administrator aforesaid
has, with the approbation of the Orphans' Court of
Washington County aforesaid, appointed batarday, the
lit of September next.for the final aettlemost and distri
bution or the personal estate of said deceased, aod of the
assets In haudas far as the same have been collected and
turned Into ruonty; when and where alt the creditors
and heirs of said deceased are notified to atlend, with
their claims properly vouched, or they may otherwise
by law be excluded from all benefit la s&Id dscessed's
state, provided a copy of this order be published once
a week for three weoka in the Navioxal ltxrcBLiCAB
previous to the said dsy
1 Teat I C UOlJBINfi.
anlt'waw lleglster of Wills
R P II A N 8 ' COURT,
6jtrrBvBR I, I860.
PI6TBICT OF COLUMBIA, WAhlllNOTON COUNTY
TO WIT I
la the casa of Jane H Ureal, adiulnlslratrlx of
Caroline Ulll, deceased, tho administratrix aforesaid
has, with (he approbation of the Orphana Court of
Weshlngtoa County aforesaid, appointed SATUKDAT,
the 20th Instant, for the final settlement and distribu
tion of tho personal estate of said deceased, and of
the assets In baud, as far as ths same hare been col
lected aod turned Into money i when aod where Blithe
creditors and heirs of said deceaeed are notified to at
tend, Wltll IliOir Claims lroieiiy Tvucuau, ui iu;
said u'jfeaeod's estate j provided a copy of this order bo
Vur . . M..aLr tnr ihra waatts In th Mi.
UT 1 UD tll." iian ..a .
.. '. . I I. I . .. .BlLl.aiiJ.d I..
tlOBAL KirOBLICAX pV,l0M
2. O, KUlfUIDH,
Ref liter of Wills.
11 1 J dWXiiIe., .aftf.
BLV,AH8' A OO.t
WnOLMitJt AXD I1TA1L
, Dealer la
BUlLDXEr, COACH, AND C1BISBT UAEDWARI,
BAB I ROM AKD BTIXt,
KOTfl AKD WASH1KS
As., Ac, Ac',
SOe PE5M8TLVAHIA AVMOI,
Ml, 90, SOd C STBEET,
U AND r LODIBIAKA ATEIUE.I
WAICIIO.TOH. Dj C.
SOUTH. AND WEST,
TILLED WITH CABE AND PE01IPT1I1I3.
CARRIAQB AKD WUEKL STOCK
CoattaBllf arriflag from Taclory, aod aold at lowaat
PIPE AKD BUEET LEAD,
Bold at Eaatar. BaUa aad SUppad wllA Dl.paltb. U
CoB.taallf OB'Haad, la B.ga aadpiale.
ROPE, CORDAOE, Ac
FBICES CUBBEST TUSH18UID WEEKLT.
JOHS B. ELTAKS k CO.,
WaabinitoB. D. C.
EPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR,
DXITBD BTATBS Patbxt Orricx,
On the petition of John Pepper, of Lake Village, Vow
Uampshlre, pray lag for the extension of a patent
granted oa the fith day of December, ISM, patented la
Bog tend the S2J day of November, 1S33, aad reissued
to said PepperOctober 37,1803, for ea Improvement la
Koltllag Uachlaes, for aevoa years from tho expire
tloo of said patent, which takea place oa the 23d day
6f November, 1866 1
It le ordered that the said petition be beard at the
Pateut Office oo HONDAT, the Oth day of November aext,
at IS o'clock, m. and all persous are notified to appear
aad show cense, If any they have, why said petition
ought not to be greeted.
Pereoea opposing the extension aro required to file la
the Patent Offise their objections, epeelally set forth la
writing, at least tietnty daya before the day of hearing
all testlmooy filed by either party, to ba used at tha
said hearing, must be taken and transmitted In accord
ance with the roles of the office, which will be far
alshed on application.
Depositions aad other papers, relied npon as testi
mony, toast be tied la tha office twenty days before the
day of hearing: the arguments, If any, within fn days
after filing the testimony.
Ordered, also, that this notlse be published In the
KsrcBMCAH aod the Inttltigtncer, Washington, D. C. ,
aad In the Journal, Portsmouth, P II , once a week for
tbree successive weeks ; ths first of said publications to
be at least s'xly days previous to the day of hearing.
T. C THEAKEU,
-Commissioner of Patents.
P. S Editors of the above pspers will pleass copy,
aad sead their bills to the Patent Office with a paper
containing this notice an28lawaw
DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR,
Dxivio Statss Patbxt Orricx,
WASnixoTOir. August S3, 1688.
On the petition of Daniel Taluter, of Worcester, Mass ,
praying for the extension of a patent granted to him on
tho .TOIL day of November, 1M3, for an Improvement la
" Hotary Knitting Machines,' ' for seven years from tba
expiration of eald patent, which takes place oa toe J3d
day of October, I860)
It le ordered that tha said petition be heard at the
Patent Office on MONDAY, the 13ih day of November,
1666, at H o'clock m aod all persons ars notified to
eppear and show cause, If any they have, why said
pan mod gngas not o o Crimea.
Persons opposing the extension are required to file la
ie Patent Offico their objections, specially est forth la
writing, at least tunnty days before tha day of hearing,
all testimony filed by either party, to be used at the
said hearing, must be taken and transmitted In accord
ance with the rules of the office, which will he fur
nished on application
Depositions and other papers, relied upon as teatl
mony. mast be filed In the office twenty days before the
day of hearing; tha arguments, If any, wUhlnftn daya
after filing tha testimony.
Ordered, also, that thle notice be published lo the
BsroBUOAx and tha InttUigtnctr, Washington, D. C ,
and In ths Spy, Worcester, Mass, once a week for
three successive weeks i the first or said publications to
be at least elxty days previous to the day of hearing.
' T. C. THBAKKK,
Commissioner of Patents.
P. S Editors of the above papers will pUase copy,
and sond their bills to the Patent Office with a parer
aoniaioiag inia nouee
EPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
DSITID flTATBS PATBSV OfTICS,
UfiaHIMflH. t.nl ,A laAl
On tba petition of Warren W. Dulcher, o MUford,
Mass , and Sarah Dulcher, administratrix of the estate
of El lha Dutcher,of Waukesha, Wisconsin, praying for
tho extension of a patent granted to the said warren W
Dutober and El Ilia Dulcher, on the 28th day of Decem
ber, ISA 3, for an Improve meat in Tempi s for Looms,
for seven years from the expiration of said patent,
which lakes place oa the 35th day of December, 1606,
It la ordered that the said petition be heard at tba
Patent Office, oa MONDAY, the 10th day of December
nest, at 13 o'clock, m. j and all persons are notified to
appear and ehow cause, If any they have, why said
petition ought sot to be greeted.
Persons opposing ths extension are required to file In
the Patent Office their objections, specially setfjrth In
writing, at least twenty days before the day of hearlnt
all testimony filed by either party, to be nssd at the
said hearing, most ba taken and transmitted la accord
ance with the rules of tbsoffics, which will be fur
nished on application
Depositions aad other papers, relied nponastsstl
mony, must be filed In the office twenty daya before the
day of hearing i the ergo meats, If any, within ten days
after filing tha testimony
Ordered, also, that this notice ba published la the Re
rtriLiOAX and the Inttlltgenetr, Wishing too, D, G , aad
la the Journal, Boston, Massachusetts, ouo a week
for three successive weeks) the first of eald pub
lleatloae to be at least sixty days previous to the day
of boarlif, T. O. TU8AXIR,
Commissioner of Palest.
P. S Editors of the above papere will please copy,
aad eead their bllle to the Patent Office with paper
sonlilalag this notice. ssl8-Uw Jw
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES.
QtAitiBMAJTsa'sOrnciD. B-MAanaCoBM, 1
Wash soto, October JO, 16M. (
lealed proposals for each class, separately, wlllb re
ceived at thle effiee matU I sleek, p. n, , ef TUN DAT,
the Itn nay oi vecsmcer aoxi, iov luraisniBg so
United Slatee Marine Corps, from Jaaoaryl.lU7.te
Jane 30, 186. the following supplies, to be delivered at
the office of the Aaslstaat Quartermaster Marine Corpe,
Fhliadeipnie, raansyivaaia, irw or axpeas to m
United Btatee, In such quaatltles ae may, from time to
time, be required i
CLAM Ho. I.
16,000 Tarda of aky-blne ksreey, all wool, free Trees
nair. oe inenee wiee, to weign zx oaaeaa w in
yard, (Indigo wool dyed )
6,000 Tarda af dark bine kersey. all weel, free from
hair, 64 laehee wide, to weigh 32 oaneee to the
yard, Mad I go wool dyed 1
f 000 Tai de 4 ark bine twilled cloth, all wool, free frees
hair. 04 laehee wide, to weight! oaacee to the
yarn, (Indigo wool dyed. )
900 Yards scarlet elotb, all wool, (cochineal dyed,) H
Inchee wide, to weigh 16 on a see yer yard.
CLA88 NO. I
fi.fiOO Tarda six -fourths dark bine lanael foe over-
lacks, all wool, (ldlgo wool dyed,) 04 Inchee
wide, to welch 18 ouaeae ner rard.
19,000 Yards three.aasrlsrs dark blue fiaanalfor shirts,
ras isreoqqsrif re ust biu biibu iot Bins,
I wool. (Indigo wool dyed,) 27 laches wlds, lo
elgu 6) ounces psr ysi d.
ly blankets, all wool, to weigh 4 pounds each,
1.400 Qrav bl
to be 7 feet long and S feet wide, aad free from
8,000 Patrs of woolen socks, tbree sties, properly made
of good leeee wool, with doable aad twisted
yarn, to weigh I pounds per dosen patrs, free
CLASS No. t.
6,000 Tarda white llaea for pants, 80 lashes wide, to
weigh 13 onaeee yer yard.
IS, 000 Tarda white Ubcb for shirts, 80 laches wide, to
weigh It oaaees per yard.
17,000 Yards Caatoo flannel for drawers, 27 laches wlds,
to weigh 7 onaeos per yard.
0.000 Yards cotton ticking for bedeacka.
CLASS No. 4.
1,300 Uniform caps, complete, except pomps ie
1,800 rompons, red worsted, ball shape, and 0 laehee
4,000 fatigue capo with covers, to be made ef blue
cloth, ladlgo wool dyed.
CLASS o. 0.
000 Gross coat but toes, (eagle )
330 Gross Jacket buttons, (eegle )
100 Oroee vest Buttons, (eagle.)
1,000 pairs yellow metal, crescents and scale straps.
1,000 Bete epaulette bullion for privates,
SO Red wortcd sashes.
7,000 Yards yellow blading.
3,000 Yards red cord.
S3 Swords for Sergeants
00 Sword for At uslclans.
40 Drams (tenorl complste,
1W Belter drom-hee.de.
100 Saere drum-head a.
300 Drum cords
70 Sets drum snares
00 Boxwood "li" fifes,
70 Palre drum sticks.
CLASS No S
10, 000 Palre army bootees, (I af entry pattern )
CLASS No. 7.
Son Cartridge boxee with msgaslnss.
1,600 Bayonet sctbbarde, with frogs attached.
900 Percussion cap pouches.
800 Cartridge box belts.
1,000 Waist belts.
COO Waist plates.
CO Sword frogs.
CLASS No. 6,
CLASS No. 0.
Tor nuking aad trimming the following articles, vis :
Uniform coats for ssrgeants, corporals, musicians, and
fatigue coats for ssrgeants, corporala, musicians, and
Woolen pants for strgeaats, corporals, musicians, aad
Linen panta for sergeants, corporals, musicians, and
Red aad blue Jacket for boya.
The above-mentioned articles mustceaworm In all re
spects to the sealed standard i atleraa la the office of the
Muanarmasier, aiariaa vorps, u trine strracas, raan
Inxton. D. C , Assistant Quarterraaster'a Office. Marine
Corps, 226 South Fourth street, Philadelphia, and at the
Marine Nations. Ur oklrn. Nsw York, aad Uoston. Ma'
sacbasetts, where they caa be examined ( and whenever
loe articles namaa eoove, or any portion oi mem, anau
be considered ne sot fully conforming t eamples, they
will bereleited, aad the contractor will be boned to
fornleh othere of the required klud at eaae. or the Quar
termaster will fill the deficiency at the expense of the
Payment will be made npon the accepted delivery of
the whole nuaullir which mar. from time to time, ba
oroerea, wiiauoiaiDg ten per can. irom iue pnymeaioi
...-. .-... . .t . . .t r. .
aceouni renaerei anaer nrei oraer nam toe eeeona
order Is filled t and ten Der cent, from account rendered
nnder second order nntll third order la filled, aad so on
until contract le com tie ted.
Each proposal most be accompanied by the following
FORil OF GUARANTEE.
The nnderslxued . of . la the State of .aod
, of, lo the State of , hereby gueraatee that
la case tho foregolag bid of , for supplies as above
described, be accepted, be or they will, within ten daya
after the receipt of the contract at ttie post offlee named
execute the contract for the earns, with good and suffi
cient sureties and In case the eald shall fall to en
ter Into contract as aforesaid, wo guaraatee to make
good the digs re nee betweea the oifer of the said
and that whloh may b accepted.
Witness, A B , Guarantor.
E F, CD, Guarantor.
I hereby certify that the abave-named are kaown
to me as men of property, and are able to make good
their guarantee O, XI.
To do signed by the United Statee District Judge,
United States District Attorney, or Collector.
No proposal will be considered onless accompanied
by the above guarantee
Newspapers authorised to publish the above wlUsend
the paper containing the first Insertion to this offlee for
The bldder'e place of business or manufacturing es
tablishment must be especially stated la the proposal.
Propoxate must be endorsed oa the envelope "Pro-
Sosals for bnppUoa for the Maria Corpe, M and ad
ressed to, kfajor WILLIAM B. SLACK,
oc23Ut Quartermaster, U. 8 M. C.
PROPOSALS FOR WORK ON SEWER.
Orrica CoMxHsnosta or Public Bltilmkus, 1
Cavitol or Tia Ubivsd Statu,
Washibuvo CiTr, October 19,1866 )
Sealed proposals will be received at this office natll
the 3d day of November next at 12 o'clock noon, and
will ba ouaaed at ona a'elock oa thatdav la thenree-
ance of the Secretary of the Interior, to do the following
described work, vis i
To excavate properly from the place where the pres
ent unfinished icwerlnrooghtbe Botanic Garden termi
nates to Third street west; lo plank the bottom of tha
creek with 3-lnch Joist, lu the same manner that the
bottom of It le planked as far as ths sewer Is now built ;
to continue the stone walls on each side of the creek to
Third street. In the manner that the walla already
built are built, of a eafficleot height lorecolve the arch)
and to build a lateral three-feet barrel sewer from tho
present newer from the Capitol to the mala sewer. All
the materials to be farolshed by the contractor, and alt
aecessarr me Karat lone, such aa free) do- the channel of
water, Ae . to he made by blm
'ine wora to oe con uuaer ino supervision oi a com
petent person to be employed by the Commissioner,
and to Ike satisfaction of such person and ths Commis
sioner. ProDOsala mast bs made la a cross sum for doles' all
tht work, ae It cannot well be divided
The person to wnom tn contract ie awarded win ne
required to give proper security for the performaoce of
hi contract j and twenty per cent of the contract price
will be retained until the work Is satisfactorily com
pleted. B B FPhXCll,
0CZ3-I3t Commissioner of Public Building.
)ROPOSALS FOR BUILIUNO A
I LARHE FIRE. PROOF WAREHOUSE AT THE
SCHUYLKILL ARSENAL, PHILADELPHIA
QrABTxaMAsrsa Oirbbal' Orrtci, (
Wasbixutox.D. C.,Oct 9,1360 t
riana of tha abova building mir ba seen at the
Quartermaster Oeaeral'a Office, Washington; at the
offlee of Brevet Brigadier General 0 II Crosman,As
slstant Quartermaster Geniral, Philadelphia! t 'be
offlee of John HcArthurJr, Architect, Philadelphia;
and at the .ce of Brevet Major Oeneral 8 Van Vllet,
Quartermaster, New York
cipecincaiions win tc prmica immcaiaieiy ana ae
posited at these several places
Ceiled DroDosale for the erection of the building. In
cluding all work and material, are Invited and will be
receivea uaiu me iuiu ot wanner, iineiaui, l at noon, ai
the office of Breiet Brigadier General O. II Crosmau,
Assistant Quartermaster General, Philadelphia, when
they will be opened In presence of such bidders as
choose to be present.
The cost of the whole work c .roplete and tho time at
which It will bo finished should be stated In the pro
posals, which should be accompanied by the guaranty
of two responsible pereons lu tUeamouot of ten thou
sand dollars that the bidder will enter Into contract
with good and sufficient security within too daye after
being notified of the award. U C. MEIGS,
Brevet Msjor OeneralU. 8 Jl
E R ' S
PURE AMBROSIAL VEGETABLE COMPOUND,
FOR 6IIAV1NO AND THE TOILET.
A GREAT AMERICAN DISCOVERY,
No other Sosp, foreign or domestic, bas ever been
offered which meets Iba public wants as completely as
this excellent Compound Tbue far its success Is un
paralleled, and It now bids fair to lake precedence of all
others In tho market
Sold by KIDWELL ft SON,
aut S96 E street, near Fourteenth
To bis friends and tha puLllc, that be bas completed,
and will open on THURSDAY MOBNI.NO, October 11,
To be conducted upon the plaa eo long a desideratum
with the lobsbllant of Washlugton and Us visitors,
lie now invitee hie former patrons and all thoss who
spprcclate the comfort of a
Equal to lha most famous of New Tork and other cities,
toealloa blm at ,
421 FIFTEENTH ETBEET,
BETWZE.V NEW YORK AYENU1 AND II STREET,
oelO-it MXAK &IOQ3 & CO.'E BANK,
TAY OOOKE k CO.,
FIFTEENTH STREET, oppoelUTM TREASURY,
bny and sell at surreal market rates, and keep eon-
atanllr on band n full sapply of
COMPOUND INTEREST NOTES.
Ordsrs for Stocks, Bonds, Jkc., executed, and Collec
tions made on all accessible polnte.
SEVEN PES OENT
FIRST-CLASS FIRST MORTJAOE BONDS.
TI1E NORTH MISSOURI RAILROAD COMPANT has
authorised us to sell their let Mortgage 7 percent. 30
year bonde. The whole amount le $6,000,000. Coupone
payable on the 1st days of January and July of each
year, la New York
ReferrlBg to our advertisement of Auguat, having
aold the first half million of thsse desirable bonds, we
have advanced the price to EIGHT?. FIVE CENTS, at
which they stand unrivaled aa the cheapest flrst-elass
security In the market.
Any farther Uqulrlee will be answered at our offlee.
sepl-tf JAT COOKE ft CO.
IRBT NATIONAL BANK OF
n. D. OaaiB, (af JayGaaka A Go.,)rraala'aBtf
W. S. Hemj.mi', Oaaalar.
rlEASOIAL AOEIT Of TOE DEITES TTATEE.
Ur. btbibt, orroarra tii niAaviT .irABfHBiT.
Oa.araiaaBl aaaarltlaa wit. Tnaauar 0aila4 SUtaa.
W-OHK I1IUIOI OOEXABI.'Vt
Wa kaj u4 aaU all alaaaaa al OOYEESMEXT HOD
BITIE8 al aarraat raarkal rataa.
roiaim EICHlSaEaal raalaC.llUoaa.a ALL
the rsnoiTAL ran or the diited itatu.
Wa aarthaaa Oararanaat TaBaaara a. tka MOST
r AVOBABLE TEBK.S, Ba4 Wa aABirvt AI. noarT
ACCOUSTI Or BD.IKEM UEH ABD riUU,
aad la bbj alaar baalaaaa aalraata. ta .a.
TOLL laroBMATIOX la raiard la OOTEESHEIT
LOim al all Uaaa .aaarfall; raralaaaA.
WM. BDHTIiaTOX, Cukl.r.
w. ... Mai.B n, iiu aaaU-4U
ii o ruiiH.
Ty I L L A U D B HOTEL,
TEES, OBADWICK k CO.,
COBKEU FEEH. ATE. AHD rOUKTEEKTU STBEET,
WASUISQTOH CITT. B17-U
TT 0 F F M A N II O U B E ,
SBOADWAT, COBHEB OI TWEBTT-rlRB STBEET,
BEW TOBE 0 ITT.
MIIOUELL, READ, AHD WALL,
Tab BOrrUAN BOUSE la aaadactai apaa IBa ,laa af
taa bait Ara.rlcaa aad Eeropaaa Botala. It aorablaaa
all taa mod.ra lra,raTara.Bta aaaa.aar, ta tha f raata.t
cararort of gB.l. thai art, laaatl7 Bad llaaralu, aaa
po.lll7 da.l. aad rradaaa. Tha bill af fara for tha
labia arabra.aa avar, Tarlalj aad dallca.j arord.d b.
th. Ara.il.aa markata, U Ihalr aaaaaa.
ADUIIT I. sovu
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON COUNTY
To Wit i
In the case of Jamee Johasoa, executor of Dolly Ann
Williams, dsceased, the executor aforesaid has, with the
aDDrobatlOB at ih OrthsxBs' Conrt of Washlaxtoa
Couaty aforesaid, appolated SATURDAY, the 1st day of
ira,iiutufl StSAt, IV( III, Bill BiBiaaaau.aaa vai. . xaiivn
of the personal sstate of said deceased, aad of the
asset In hand, as far a the same have been collected and
tamed Into money j whoa aad where all the sredllore
tod heir of said deceased are aotlfled to attend, with
their claim properly vouched, or they may otherwise by
It w h axelntted from all benefit la said daeesiaad 'a aa.
tale i provided a copy of this order be published onee
a week for three weeke In the Natioxax &a? pbuoax
previoaa laiaosaiu bit,
Teeti E. 0. ROBBINS.
enlMewlw lefUUr ef Wilis.
Carnr QtrAnrxiMAsrit'i Orrica, )
Diiov or- Wastotoi, I
-,., i wwsjf o. D. C.. OcUbef X0.1WSX )
will aa totd at nihil .(- .. si-rntniw A.
bar 17. commeaelBBT ai lAa - -.j. it,. a.Mniai.
of Brevet Brigadier Oeaerel CharUcn, Toaapklne,
QaerlarBsester, nt the 0vmaat Lumber Yard, Mary
r.i i m t " ""in siraei, ino rouowinff-eie
scribed Lumber i '
aooui 1,009 reel 84 lack Asb.
1.S1I feet M task Oak,
1,900 feet Inch Oak,
,flOO fact 9 and Slack Oak.
nMI feet Joist,
13, 000 feet Lumber, all lengths,
S, 419 feet Plaak,l- Inch, '
SO Feed Boxes,
4 Flig Poles,
138 Window Ba.li.
200 Window Framsa.
Tha Lumbar will h aald In lata At 1 ntV, i,i
the privilege of it. ooo feet. '
Article mut be removed wllbla ten daya frees dale
Terme r Cask In Oovsrameat funis.
P. . RUCEER,
Chief Quartermaster, Depot of Washington,
Assistant Quartermaster General,
octtCt Brevet Major Oeneral U. I. A.
AUCTION SALK OF GOVERNMENT
WOOD AT ALEXANDRIA, VA.
HlAtQCABTBU DtrAlVtf B1TT Of WAsniVOTOB', )
Orricn of Cmir Qoabvbbsiisvbb, I
Wasiixovoi. D. C. , Oetober 1ft, IMS 3
The Auction Sale of Oovsrameat WooA at ihavctad
yard, oaetourlh of mile aorth of the city ef Alex
aadria, on the Washington, Alexandria aad Oaorgetewn
railroad, will be reaamad on WEDNESDAY. October 14,
at 11 o'clock, a m , aad continued dally till tho 31 of
November, leclnslve, (Sandaye excepted.) nnlese the lot
! aviit niuif iuii DJ
Uowarde of EIQUT THOCBAIfD CO II Da Of OAK
AKDPJNEarc offered, which will be eotdvf the kind
toenUparcbaeere, aad In any qnaatlty from oae coed
lo five huadred cord.
Terme t Cash, la Oovernmeat funds, on day of sale J
and fifteen deye atlewed for removal
as i. LumnuTuu,
Bvt. Brig Oen. and Chief Quartermaster,
ocJO Ut Departmoet of Waahlngton.
Y JAS. 0. MoGUIRK 00.,
IVEKINQ'S SALE OF BOOKS AT TflE AUCTION
On WEDNESDAY EVIHINa. Oil hr li. nmntat.
lag at 7 o'clock, and coattaalag the next evening, earns
hour, we will begin the sals of tha Books of the Library
of the lata Mrs 8. L Baalish, embracing some
UkU nu V ALU A U LB DUUKB.
Catalog nea will be ready about Monday.
Terme each. J. C. UcODlRK A CO ,
ALE OF NAVY POWDERS.
BraxAr or Oadxaxck, Navt DsrAarmxr, (
WASniXCITOX WITT, UCI. 10, 1EHM. f
There will be cold at Public Auction, to Ihe hlcheat
bidder, at noon, THURSDAY, the twenty-firth pith)
day of October, ISflfl, at the offlee of the INSPCTOH
UF ORDNANCE, NAVT YARD, NORFOuK, VIrglaU,
two thouesnd (2 000) barrels of CANNON PO WDE1L.
isepowair win ne eoia ny asmpie, ana in iota to
terms casn, 10 uovernmeot luoee, one nail to ne de
posited oa the conclusion of the sale, aad the remainder
within ten daye afterwards, daring which time tho
riowder mast be removed from the magasine, otherwise
t will revert to the Government
Purchaser will be required t faralsh their own
pack t ge where Ihe powder Is not In barrsls.
li. A. MlBfi,
oclS-fmwtU Chief of Bureau.
NW. Ii U It 0 II K L L,
CORNER OF FOURTEENTH AND F STREETS,
(Uxdib Ebbitt Hotris,)
IMPORTER OF MEDITERRANEAN GOODS, Ac,
DEALER IN FINE TEAS,
PICKLES, SAUCES, ketka.
. R D
JUSTICE OF THS PEACE,
OFFICE, HO. fill NINTH STREET WEST,
near roaaayivaaia aveaoe,
Wonld respeetfally Inform hie friends and tha public
geaeraUy that he Is now attsndlng to all legal beelaess,
each m ndmlnlstariBg the Amaesty. as wsll as all other
oath. Drawing Leasee, Dead, Wills, Power of Attorney,
Landlord and Tenant Notices, A , Ae.
ivegai tWTioe given in aii no oraasnee
JtV- Parti caUr Bites II on paid to the collection of debts
andelalma la reasral 11 -tf
ISTABUSIIKD ON TUE POrULAH
U r l a s.
S1IITH BBOTBEBS A CO.,
ABO oiiLiaa 1H
OEXTLEUEX'S rUBXISBIXO OOOD8,
Noi. 490 BBd tH SETEItTH STBEET,
OPPOSITE roST OFFICE,
..l-lr WASBIHOTON. D. C.
APPIKIiI) & 0 O . ' S
ICE CREAM SALOON,
No 390 Eleventh strsst,
Between K etreet and Massachusetts aveaue,
WAemnaTox, D. C.
Mr. JOSEPH H. BUAF FIELD btwlstr rettrad from
business, the undersigned would respeetfally Inform
hie late customer and the public that, having been for
Sn neeociMoa wua mm in pastas ai ine oia eiaau,
o. 88 Blslh atreet. ther are srenared to faralsh a
eaperlor article of
i;u.vaB,jiiuaaHi asp lUfi Uueau
aualltr to that furnished br Mr. Shaffleld.aud
which has bean so fullr annrafilaiadb tha beat ramfllaa
of Washington and Georgetown.
They ask n call from all la want of anything la their
Has, assuring them that nolblflgwlll be waattagwhlcb,
will tend to gratify the wanle of their customer.
J, A. SUAFFIELD A CO.,
No. 390 Eleventh itreet,
Between K street and Massachusetts aveaue.
Jel9-3m Waahlogton. D. C.
THE WEAK AND IMPAIRED EYE
SianT, originating either from Infirmity of age,
general debility of the norvou system, protracted elck
ae, or from natural dlapoililon to far or nearsighted
ness, will be restored. Improved and etreagtheaed by
the nss of the celebrated
BRAIILIAN PEBBLE SPECTACLES
manufactured from trenulne ROCK CRYSTAL, airier
ease and eomfcrt to the optic aerve, aad foiled accu
FRANKLIN A CO,
Scientific and Pracllial UptleUas, 114 Pennsylvania
avenue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth etrests, north
Mlcrsocouee. Electrical llacblnes. Thermometam.
Cartea de tlslte, and Photograph Albauo In a great
varieir ana at in mwaat prieae my?-tT
43,000. 43,000. 43,000.
STOP and THINK.
STOP and THINK.
STOP and TU INK.
OUR IMNENSE STOCK OF CLOTIIINO
OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF CLOTHING
OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF CLOTHING
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NEVER AHA1X WILL VOtJ DAVB VKB CHANCE.
NEVER A-'AIV WILL roc HAVB TUB CHANCE.
NEVER AUAIR WILL TOU BAVB V1IK CIlA.VCE.
The goods most be sold within ths next elxty days,
regardless of cost W mtau what we ny Come and
see for younslves bofore purchasing
J. II. SMITH,
, 400 Seventh st , opposite Post Offlee,
alfi.ly Washington, D.C.
Fourteenth street, (circle ) corner of M street.
Thle Institution I situated lo the most healthy por
tion of the District, surrounded by its own grounds.
Car pas the door every five minutes
Term of a J mission i From Id to $10 per week. In ac
cordance with the room required, paynble In advance.
This Includes Board, Medicines, Medical, and Surgical
M E D I C aT" 8 T A F F .
J. 11. TflOMPSOH. U. D . lfi-l 1 airaal l..l.n Tn.
tlsth and Twenty. First streete.
,V"D"iat rnvsiciAxs axd sr an so si
JOS. K. Barnes, u n RnP.n. ii. -...1 n..ita.i
JOS RILEY, U. D ,Qsorgstown
TU08 MILLER, M. D , F street, Weshln.'l".
A Y. P. UARNBTT, M.D, New York areauc.
W. P. JOUNUTON, M D , W.l.lugt.a.
aKAFTON TYLER, M D , Georgetown.
Application for admissions can be wade to any of I ho
medical etsff or the matron al the Uoepllal. Ordeis for
admission to ths free bed of Ihls Insl.tuUoa csa be ob
delusd of ths Rev C. U UU, R"tor of the Eplphaoy
Church, of the Rev A D Ollletle, Pastor of the First
Baptist Church, aad of the Surgeon In charge at his res
idence. OrderefortbesJmlssloo of the wtvee or widow
of soldiers of lb Ualiei States army can be proeared
throagh the Surgeon Oeneral, United btatea army.
jjft) a U. HALL, 0. D.. Secretary.
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