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. THE NATIONAL EEPUUUOA.N. TUESDAY MOUNlNCt. OCTOBER 30. 1866.
Cm Govisciu- Board of Atdcrmen.--Tha
Board met leat'evetUf at the) tuaal hoar,
tot President, ,T. B. Lloyd, Kiq ,ln tbe chair.
Present Msurf. TaH, Micradtr. Crow, Tartar,
Qlvn,.Brr, 011, Owen,. McOethran, Hojtr,
A. LUrd, Md BdaoMtoA.
Tfce) mlr Uld kht tbe Bear ft aomuanlo.
Uonfwmth Meyer aonc-inotng kit approval of
ortti tUtl." c '
HirOm prtwaUd tit petition of Thomu Co
UUiJ JUfcmd ta ih Committee on Claim.
to Mr. Vftrrifltrodoood bill to relay tha gutter on
tfc out frpttl of gqurt) 102. Beeond ward. Puiid.
Mr. Owen I&trodaoid bill trentlne; permission
to Messrs. Novel, Dawson and Owen to erect an
Iron railing 6 fat oatstde tha building line. Palled.
Mr. Given pneented th petition of thtrty-thr
barbert, asking that tbe liv allowing barber to
fciepopen on Sunday bo repealed. Deferred to
Mr. Edmomton Utrodiood ft btll to take np and
relay tbo gutter on th lorth side of E strest, be
twMO Plftfi and Sixth itrotti west. Pftiiod. -
Ha alio introduced rttolvtlon reqaestlng tho
Cornmltteo on Dralnago to amend the water law 10
ftt to allow mtiou to ait tbo street waeheri to front
of thalr btildlogt from Ue lit of Ootobtr to tbo lit
of April between tht T boon of wan and tight
o'clock a. tt. and fow and Art otlock p. to. He-
Mr. Ootlek presented a memorial from a commtU
ito or int uoara iraae, suing uu an appropn
atlon to nado to deepen tha tbaantl of tbo Pot
mao rlrar, from theXong Bridft to tbt Antnal,
Rafarfad to tbt Iloanoa Com ml tee.
Mf Cron Introduced a bill to repair tha arob. on
K stmt itroth, betwoan Fourteenth and Fifteenth
street eaat Paiiad.
Mr.Qallak latrodaoad a bill to laj a gutter aorou
jrirn atnai out, on tbt north tidt or a atreel soutn.
Mr. Qnllok, ftouMliel'Inano" Committee, re-
Krua a ttu appropriating azuv to puronaao a
rtt far tbo nit of tha watar department. Pauad.
Mr. Turton, from tha Drainage Committee, rt
Mtrtd back tbt bill, amandad br tha lowar Board.
fbf the construction of a barraf itwar along tht
oath front of iqnart 408, and along Eighth itrtet
Mr. Given, from tbt Commttttt on Pollet, re
ported back tbt btll regulating tht Impaction of
mm oar. rauta.
, Ho alio lntrodaoad a bill to amand tha aot en
titled "An att to proflda for lighting tht city with
Mr. A Lloyd, from tbt OommttUt on Imprort
manti. nnorttd a btll to eomslttt tha brldca and
ImprortmanU on M itraat north, batwaan North
uapitoi ana intra iirtiu ta. uaiarraa.
Mr. Magnidar, from tht Commttttt on Clatmt,
raportW a bill to rtmtt a ft no to ffm. Andanon.
Alio, bill for tbt rallaf of Wm. Lyman. Pallid.
Mr. Torton riporttd baok tht bill making an
appropriation to straighten the creak between New
York annua and 0 street north Pauad.
Mr. A. Lloyd, from tht Committee on Clatmi, re
ported adrirwly on tha petition of Lnoy Freeman,
and Iht commttttt wai diioharged.
lie alio reported a bill to remit a fine to D.
(Tbt petitioner In thli cut wanned $21 for toll,
citing orderi for California wlnaa, and he itataa In
bli petition that thtrt U no law agatnit loUoltlng
orden, bat only egalnit letting goodi by sample
Mr Croai, from tha Committee on Clalmi, re
ported farorably on tht bill for tht relief of George
M. MUler.' Referred to the Sixth ward delegation.
Mr. Noyei reported back tht bill for the eapport
f tht pabllo lohooli for tht year ending June 30,
TaU btll li inbttanttally tht lama at that paiied
by tbt Aldermen HTeral weeka alnct, and which
hai beta held orer In tht Lower Board The ap
eproprlatlon made art Iht itme at tn tht Alder
fnen'iblU. Mr. Owen, from tht Firt Department Committee,
Tanartad ft btll ooniolldatlo tot llook and Ladder
Company with the Steam Tiro Engtnt Company
vroTidtd for In tbo act entitled "An act author
islng tha Board of Fire Commliitoneri to create an
additional Steam Firt Engint Company, approred
ito. J, 1W03, ana ror otner parpoiei." roitponea
-for ona wiek.
Mr. Magrnder, from tht Aiylum Committee, re-
porua nniavoraoiy on iae peimon oi n u.
UUUTlIi I1U IS. vvuiiuiiin n uiivuhvui
Ue alio introduced a bin to parenait two norm
and Taalelet to oonrey prliooeri from tbt pollet
Utlona U tht workhooet. Paiied.
Mr. Talt, from tht Committee on Health, re
ported bill to pay the apotbeeartei of tha Second,
Third and Fifth wardi for medlclnei farntahed tbt
oat-door poor. Paiied.
Mr. A. Lloyd Introduced ft resolution reqneitlng
tht corporation attorney to Inform tbo Board tf a
non-re tide nt can bt fined for loltcltlng orden for
Soodi, warn and merohaodtic, without itmplei.
Mr. Barr introduced a resolution reqneitlng tht
Mayor to impend action on the act relatlre to tax
ing lift and firt lmuranct companlei. Laid on tht
Tht bill granting certain prlrllegei to Mriv Sarah
V Monroe, at amended by the Lower Board, wai
Tbt bill granting permlnton to tht Richmond,
Fredericksburg and Potomao Railroad Company to
conitrnot a hone railway along Water street, from
M to N streets south, wai recelred from the Lower
Mr. Noyes arose to a personal explanation and
laid, because he had Introduced this btll In tbt
Board of Aldermen he had been assailed In the
Common Council by tht President of that Board,
who charged blm (Sir. N.) with being In tht In
terest of the RIohmond and Fredericksburg road
Mr. Noyce dliolalmed any laoh motlre, and said
bt Introduced tbt btll only that tht street on which
tbt road was to ba built might bt lmprored. In
conclusion, Mr. Noyss moved that tht bill be laid
on tht table which motion wai adopted, and tbt
Doata of Common Council. Tbo Board
mat at tht nraal hoar, all tht membcri present ex
cept Meisre. Drary, Talbtrt and Walker.
Mr. Baker submitted a resolution Instructing
tht Committee on Marketa to Inquire Into tht ex
pediency of prohibiting travel with horses and ve
btcles on tbt south side of K street north, between
Nineteenth and Twentieth streets west, during
market hours. Agreed to. "
Mr. Peugh submitted a resolution requesting the
' Mayor to furnish this Board with the last state.
pent of tht Bank of Washington In relation to the
swtount of tht Corporation with that bank.
Tha following were Introduced and referred By
Mr. Mead. A bill for tht Improvement of tbt
Washington Asylumt By Mr. ii alloy: A bill to
regulate tht Issuing of licenses; By Mr. Wright:
A tUI to amend an act entitled "An act to con
tinue the construction of tlie iea wall on the Po
tomac. rlTer," approved May 3, 1860.
Mr. Anderson introduced a bill for the relief of
Margaret Oorman. Postponed.
Mr. Peugh) from the Committee on Ways and
Means, reported a Joint resolution requesting the
Mayor to have prepared ft directory of the officers
pt the City Hall. Passed.
Mr. Peugh also reported b Joint resolution (B A.)
requesting the Mayor to carry Into effect the Joint
resolution entitled "a Joint resolution In reference
to tbt erection of a school building In tht First
School DIstriot,' approved Maroh 12, 1884, and
that 1A fo ta- opinion of tht Mayor and the build
lug committee, it becomes neoessery to borrow
money to secure the completion of laid building,
tht Mayor la authorised to anticipate the accruing
revenue of tbti Corporation to an amount necessary
for tho eompletloa of the laid work at a rate of In
terest not exceeding six per centum.
Mr. Moore opposed the joint resolution, and
atated that he would move at tbt proper time to in
delnttely poetpont tht joint resolution and offer
the following ai a resolution of thli Board
Jtttolved by tht Board of Common Couual, That
tha Mayor bo and be li hereby requested to carry
Into effect tho aot entitled "A joint resolution in
reference to tht erection of a school bufldlngln
cht first school district," approved tha 12lh of
March, IBM, by expending In the erection of said
bultdlngt ai wai evidently intended by said act, all
the revet a derived from the tax of Ave cents on
the hundred dollars, levied tn the years 160, 1805
and 1800, for the special purpose of erecting school
And b it furthtr rttoluJ, That the Mayor be
and he Is hereby requested to earry Into effsct the
acts of February 27, 1804, and of September 20,
1804, by Immediately paying, out of the incoming
revenues of tht Corporation, the promissory notei
of thli Corporation, now overdue, at tbo Banjc of
Waihiagton, and tha First National Bank, amount
ing to $100,000, as reported by the Mayor In bis
late message to the City Councils, aad thus redeem
log tbt faith of this Corporation, as pledged In the
acts under which this money wn borrowed for tbt
payment of bounties to soldiers for the Union army
.daring tht lata war.
And U ufurtktr ntolvtJ, That thli Board deems
it Inexpedient and impolttlo to an thorite the bor-
rAlti n an diam mnnt nn til tha loan of t78.000.
AUthortxedU April Jut, for the Improvement of
iht canal us elsOtthabiumj due to corporation
employees ao eouftta, reported by tbo nsyor M
amounting toan' additional $75,000, shall bavt
b en paid off aai fall ilwfcxrri j.
Mr Psugh spoke In favor of tha resolution, and
hoped m inhere would vote down every amendment.
Mr. Moort then tnovad tha Indaflnlta nostnont
meat of tha Joint rttolatlonf which wai not agreed
1' " an. I
Mr. Moort then moved to amend the Joint reso
lution, by striking out tha second section, and to
meat tot nrsi section reaa aa iouowi;
lit tt tttolvtd, cri That the Mayor bt, and he
1 hereby, requested to carry Into effect tht Joint
rttolatlon entitled "A joint resolution In reference
to tht treolton of a school building In tht First
School District," approved March 12, 1884, by tx
pending In tht traction of said building all the
reveruedertred from the tax of firt eenti on tht
hundred dollars Itvltd In tht yeare1684. 188 and
1800. for tht special purpose ot erecting school
buildings, amounting to about $55,000i and that
tbt Mayor bt, and Is hereby, authorised to antici
pate tht rertnut to tht amount of $20,000 In ad
dition to tht above turn. If It shall bt found ntett-
eerv. tn order to complete the building, at a rata of
interest not txaaeung m pr eot.
f Tht amendment wai not agreed to, by the fol
lowing TOtt 1
YeiiMnrs. Bryan, Carroll, Joyce, Mead, Mor
ell. MuUov, Stewart, and tbt President 8.
MftTiMajirs. Andersoo. Baker. Calvert. Dad-
ley, Marche, Nalley, Feakt, Peugh, Bl corns and
Tha bill wai than raad tha third time and naased.
by tht following Tott
Yeaa Messrs. Anderson, Baker, Calvert, Dud
ley, Marche, Monelt. M alloy, Nalley, Peeka,
Pttgh, 8 1mm i and Wright 12
Nayi Messrs Bryan, Carroll, Joyce, Mead,
StewartVnd tbt President 0
Mr. M alloy gave nottot that on next Monday
evening he would move to reconsider tht vott by
which tbo bill was passed.
On motion of Mr. Stewart the Board adjourned.
Pkitiok or thb Employes op tub Qlir
TiatutTBa'BDirAaTWKXT. Thursday last a oom
mlttet of tht tmployees tl tht Quartermaster's De
partment bad an Interview with Col. Robert John
sen, Prlratt Beorttary of the President, and sab
mltttd to him a petition to tbt Frtsldent, asking
that their wages should not bt reduced. Tht peti
tion was banded to tht President by Cot. Johnson,
and yesterday morning It was sent to tht War Do
Sartment with the following Indorsement :
tturntd (a tht Uonorabtt tht Btcrttary of War:
It appears from the report of tht Quirtermaster
General that tht wages of tht petitioners were re
1st "Because upon Investigation tht Chief
Quartermaster at thU depot found that ha was pay
ing a higher rata for this class of workmen than
was generally paid In tbo civil service,'' and
2d. "Decease there were a largt number of dis
charged soldiers applying for work under the Gov
ernment, who, It is believed, would bt glad to
takt tht plaoes of tht signers of tbti petition at the
comDonsauon now auowea."
Tht first reason assigned Jor the reduction doss
not seem to be sustained by the inclosed papers,
(marked A, B, and C.) which ihow that tbt la
borers on the Capitol Extension art paid $2, and
on tht Treasury Extension from $1.75 to $2 per
day, and that those permanently employed by tho
Commissioner of Public Buildings receive $2, while
of those temporarily employed by nlm the lowest
are allowed $1 60 per day
Without referring to tht second reason, further
than to express the opinion that to tbt disposition
of this application It Is hardly worthy of serious
consideration inasmuch as It would Ignore skilled
and experienced labor) Invito a competition based
txeloslvtly upon men's necessities, lead to a system
which would cause wages to vary dallyj and have
tn view ft doubtful economy, sought at tht expense
of the Interests of tbt laboring classes. I am In
clined to tht belief that tht wages of these men
(who state In their petition that they hare served
their country as soldters) should be restored to
$1,70 per day to commence from tht first of tht
present month, and to eontlnuo until it shall hare
been ascertained by a board of officers that the
rates allowed art really extravagant, and in txcess
of those paid in tho civil service.
Tht Secretary of War will please give an order
In accordance with these views, and will at onoe
designate competent officers as a board to make In
quiries and report to tht War Department tbt rates
that should be allowed.
This order will apply to tht two petitions ac
companying the application to which these Instruc
tions refer, and will for tht present operate axalnst
any reduction of the wages of the employees In
whose Interests they have been presented
(ttignoa) ahdbiw jonxsoa.
Ixicctivx MAXsiQV. Oct 27, 1806
Oriui.val Court J ml at Fijicr. (Edw'J
O Oarrlngton, esq , District Attorney, proseoutlng )
v mi am urown, inaiciea lor nssauu ana battery
on Mary Brown, submitted bis ease, and was sen
tenced to pay a fine of one cent. Adams for de
fence. Patrick Reynolds, who was convicted of robbery
a few days ago, was sentenced to tbe Albany peni
tentiary for four years.
Fage Mentlca and George Robinson, Indicted for
stealing ciotning rrom uorneaus vt. jonnson, ver
dict guilty as to Mentlca, not guilty as to Robin
son. Mention sentenced to Albany, for 18 months.
Browne for defence.
Matilda Harris. Indicted for stealing? dry eoodi
from Benjamin Miller, verdict guilty. Capiat to
Uenry Stephenson, Indicted for stealing two hogs
irom inomasujjey, veraici not guuiy. Aaams
6amuel Anderson and Frank Slater, Indicted for
stealing one anvil, the property of the United
States, verdict guilty, and each sentenoed to Al
bany for one veer. Browne for defence
Daniel llowley and Michael Gallagher, Indicted
ror assault ana battery ana ro&oing ronntuea
shuki on trial. O. P. Goodlnx for defence.
Wm. Hawkins, convicted of assault and battery
on niary uiggs, seniencea to jeii lor ov a ays.
Wm. Brown, convicted of larceny; sentenced to
Albany for one year.
Alice Williams, convicted of laroeny, sentenoed
to tht penitentiary for one veer.
Dennis Ilolly, convicted of larceny, sentenced to
Frauds Fltigerald, eonvlcted of larcenyt sen
tenoed to Baltimore Uonse of Refuge for two years.
In Mkuorum. The congregation of St.
Vincent's Roman Cat hollo church, In Baltimore,
have had erected In the vestibule of their church,
on Front street, near Fayette, a beautiful marble
tablet In memory of their former pastor, Rev. John
P. Donelan, formerly of St. Matthew's churob, la
this city. Tbe Inscription on the tablet, which is
surmounted bv a deltcatelv-oarved cross. Is as fol
lows: "Tbe offering of grateful hearts to tbe mem
ory of tht Rev. Jonn P. Donelan, fourth pastor of
St. Vincent's church. Died July 15, 1866, aged 63
years." "Eternal rest grant him, O Lord;" "As I
have loved thee in life, let me love thee In death "
Another Firb About eight o'clock yes
terday morning Officers Markwood and Straub, of
me xnira wera, aiscoverea ore in me noust cto.
400 D street, between Sixth and Seventh streets,
over the grocery store or May A Son, caused by
the bursting of a stove The alarm was sounded
from box 34, at the Bank of Washington, when tbe
firemen and police promptly responded, though
their services were not needed, the flames having
been extinguished by the officers before any dam
age was done.
Temperance Di!ohtratio. At tho
meeting of tbe Catholic Beneficial Total Abstinence
Society last night a committee was appointed to
arrange for a grand mass meeting of the Catholic
temperance societies of tbe District, to take place
sometime during tbe coming month. It Is proposed
to in ike this meeting a grand affair, and to Invite
the most eminent temperance men in the country
to be present and address the meeting
Tire. About half past four o'clock on
Snnday afternoon fire .was discovered in the frame
building on Sixth street, between M and N streets,
In the Seventh ward, formerly the Potomao Market.
kept by Mr. Hepburn. There was a quantity of
oia lumber storea in tne piece, ouvne o moors ana
several eltliens succeeded In extinguishing the
flames before they bad gajned any headway.
Quet. On Sunday and Sunday night, the
folloe officers throughout the District made but
we nty -three arrests, and all for light offences In
the Second precinct, 3 parties wera arrested, In tbe
Third, Qeorgetown,), In the Fourth, 3, In tht
Fifth, 2, In the Sixth, 3, In tbe Seventh, 4, In the
Ulgblb, 3, In tbe Tenth, 8, Tho total amount of
flues Imposed was $61 44
Concealfd Weapona. Noblo Harris, a
colored barber, was arrested in tbe First ward on
Sunday, by Officer Ilurdle, for carrying concealed
weapons He was taken before Justice llotltngs
head, who sentenced him to pay a floe of $20 68,
and (n default of payment be was lent to the work
Violation of tug Hack Law. JomeB
Smith, a hackman, was before Justice Walter yes
terday morning, on complaint of Dennis Watklos,
having been arrested by Officer Brewer for over
ehargr&g and having no badge. Justice Walter
lmposeda fine of 15 in tech case
Admitted to thb Bah. In tho Criminal
Court yesterday morning, on motion of District At.
torner Cerrinx lon.Orville T. QUI man was admitted
an attorney and counsellor of tht Supreme Court of
Mc tmtei hi uvtiiHrisi
' iLate OroTtr's )
Femaavlf aata arena, atar will
'llIfcrJ'aTfaUt- H .
PILDINO k JUPL1T.,.,., PtOPRIXTOM,
BRILLIANT RHOIPriOlT OP THE BIOBIXQI
OPIBi TROUPX, Oarellae BIcalegs, Directress. lecfc
artiste received at the first parformaaat with laheaaded
entbuelaaml TfeetrooM eonilstc la part of tea follow
lag emlaeat artiste i Wm. Castle, I. O. Casapbell, M
wfa taenia, Hear? PaaiM, Jamee Peakai,, Jeaee
ArueU. D. B. Write, Miss Carollae XUklige, Mtse
Zelee HartlMt, aflie Isabel Araeld, Mist Aaale BoedW
aot. M'lle AUaiTSTA, ITcmlera Dantense, ker flret
appearaaae to nig c. I. Wm. 0. Dtltrieb, Uoilcal Bisec
tor TUtSDAY BVgKINU, October SO, 1SS8. TBI StCOIf D
OPERA HlOHT. will U pnMttal Balfe'e Charmler
49" teats may ba mured at Ike Box OBee from ti
a. n to 4 Up. m., for all or aa? one of the eights
S3 Casta aatrawllt beebargsd for seats secured ta ad
B ATM OP ADMISSION I
Farqualte Tftcts. I Private Boxes $10
Dress Clrel 73 eU I Family Circle Ucts.
OrshMtra Cklrs $1 00 I Color Gallery 25 els.
Colered Boxes, with eushleaed 8ats 60 eaats.
Doore cpea at 7 Co rial a will rise at quarter to $,
To-morrow, Widhiidat, OrrontaSl,
DOCTOR OF ALCANTARA
TiciioiV, Jfovxuaxa 1,
DAUOtlTXR Of TBI BEOIMBirTl
SATraniv, IToTiKBia 9,
TVTES3R3. DUDLEY KAVANAGH
JJl. and MELVIlf FOSTER of Nsw Tork, and VIC
TOR ESTEFRB and K. M IfELMfl, of PfaUadelpkle,
will cut kt th BMiiff or Baiton Hall B ill are Btlooa.
on BlOHDAT ETKIflNO, Oct M, 1M8, when w.lt be
exhibited tea of tbe moil beiutirul Billiard Tables in
the Ualted States, from the naaniaelory ot Messrs Kav
anash k Decker
The Bar will be supplied with the eholceit Liquors
ocaO;lw ,, , . i. 1'roprletors
rnilNISUED HOUSE WANTED
dor Ins; the eeselou of Coagreis
O. IUU&L lllilk,
TTTANTED TO KENT, A STORE ON
YV Seveulh street, belweee, reaasjlvaala aveaae
aad E street, either tide Will purchase the good will
and fixture, or will f la as partner In any ptjlnf
buslneie Address D B M,
otlT-tf Box 83. Post OOee
l?OIl SALE OH IlENT.
OR SALE A SPLENDID UPRIGHT
BTKAM ENQINE. FUe-Hon Power. Nearlr New.
i.:i..ji.i' v... . iu,.i...v,. .l.j.-
L ! vuaoiiioa, mill i aiiHfi puia lu viuvr.
AddItIo JOSEPH II E1IAFFIELD. Ho 83. corner of
K aad Twenty-fifth streets. oe23tf
SALE OR IlENT.
DWILLINO. situated at the Intersection of Itarv
laai aadjVlrxlala aveauts, between Scveatk and Elchtb
slreete weet The Home Is fil feet front by 40 feet deep,
with wide hall through the centre. The lot Is 100 feet
selS dlftf Beaton House.
OU SALE A FILE OF THE DAILY
P NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, (unbound,) from tbe
Brit lime, Not JU, 18W, to the preientday,
a. 9 a. .nt iDiiomci.
OB BALB IN THE FIRST WARD A
LiBai TnRE.iD.i.mi.r story brick
DIHINO ROOK 1HJJ IULL, WITH LiROX CELLAR
ONDEKTUE WDOLI UODSI. Th. lot conUla. OT.r
11,000 f..t of (round, ood.r caltlv.Uoa, with frtpo
Tin... frail trMi.ahrab., nowora, Ae Qu Md v.Ur
throagbottt th. homo It 1. 1 Br.t'.lM. told..e.t k.d
I. 1& OB. Of thO BB.t lOOhtlOB. IB th. .ItT. Addr... 8.
H.J...tthUofflt. 1T If
II 3 11 OAVA-llli:,
R. E L V A N 8 & OO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BUILDERS', COACH, AND CABINET 111BDWABE,
BAB IRON AND STEEL,
NOT 3 AND WASHERS
Ae., ike , Ac
209 PENNSTLVANI A AVENUE,
S01, 305, SMC STREET,
BO AND 87 LOUISIANA AVENUE,
SOUTH. AND WEST,
FILLED WITH CASE AND PROMPTNESS
c Annua e and wheel stock
Constantly arriving from Factory, and sold at lowest
f IPS AND SHEET LEAD,
COPPER, ZINC, 4c,
Sold at Easlsra Hatss aud Shipped with Dispatch.
Cosatently on lis a J, la Bags and.UIa
ROPE, C0RDAQB, At
PRICES CURRENT FURNISHED WEEKLY.
JOHN R. EL VAN 3 It CO.,
Washington. D. C.
rpAKEN AS STOLEN BY THE ME-
1 TROPOLITAN POLICE Oa tbe Bib of October,
l&rtanl, on BLACK MULE was laksa by the police ae
stolen. Th owner Is hereby lequeiled (0 produce evl
dence of ownership to the aatlsfactloa of tne Properly
Clerk of th Metropolitan Poltc DUlrlct. at bla offlee,
No 483 Tenth street weit, prior to 10 o'clock obTuost
day, November 6lh, lStf, or said mule will tbea bo sold
atw. L Wall 4 Co 'aBeiaar.No D3LoaUlanaaTeuue,
to the blgbeat eaih bidder, pursuant lo law. By order.
QEO H, UKKKICK, Property Clerk
oo279l WM. L. WALL CO , AasUoaeers,
PKOPOSALS FOB BITES FOIt BUILD
, IROI FOR TBI WAR DIFARTMEHT.
WAsatiaroa Crtr, October tt, iJ. .
ProMials for- elue u eboTa. aiatlae thaerlee. leca.
tlea, aadauniberof aqaartfHttffered,wlll be received
el the office of the uaderslf ael, Ordeanee OOee, Wla
dcr'e Balldlef , on or before the 10th DAT OF ITOVXM
pan, louo -
l),.,i.,.f.b.B. T J IRmwltl
ocM-atl bti Ui.i.c.1. n, a., iMotiw.
PnOPOSAW FOR FUUNISHINa Alt
TICLR8 AT TOI WAIBIKOTON HAVT TARD.
wuriBTCf. d. c . Oct. is. isaa
Separate Sesled Proposal, to be endorsed Propo
sals, will he reeeiTed at this office until tht 1st day of
November, lis, at 10 o'clock, a. in , for tbefollowlaf
articles, to be delivered at lljfthlartoa Navr Tard,vls t
FOR BUREAU STKAM RROINEERINO
0 (Are kaadred) feet Brass pipe, 1W tsth diameter,
110 lock thick, asioried.frem 11 te 14 feel loir
30 (thirty) Iron Bands, IS feet loir, S lathee wide,
i lach thick, with raise 1b the centre.
100 (one hoadred) posed Re 1 Copper wire,
FOR BUREAU SAVIQATION.
1,100 (eleven hoadred,) feet Walant, best quillty, sea
soned. FOR BUREAU OftDNANCF.
S Owe) barrels Lard OIL
For dimension. Ac, seehaieet tbUotBt.
The above artlelee to be delivered free of eoet te tht
aevernmsatfor freight or traasporutloa, aad at the
risk aad expense of tae party furnlsklaf
Bofflctent fnnrsntee torpresnpt delivery will be re
quired ef snecessfal bidders,
ocM3t PayssaeUr Ualled Stales Navy.
QoAariKHisTia'e Orrict, 1
Ujtitid BTATtt Maamt Cears, J
WAsniioToe, D. C , Oct. 19, IBM )
Seated proposals will be receUed at this offlee until
3 o'clock, p m , of TOESDAT,therthdar of Nevem
ber next, for fnralshlir ratleae to the Ualled States
Marines at the following statlcae, from January 1, 1MT,
to JnlrSO, 1M8,t1s:
PORTSMOUTH, New Haupehlre.
nnuuitbi n, new iotk.
WASHINGTON CITT, District of Colembta,
OOSPORT, aear Norfolk, Vlrglala,
MOUND CITT, Ullaols. 9
Each ratloa to eonalat ef three-fonvtlis of a round of
pork or baeon. or one aad a fourth pound of fret h or
kit beef I elrhleen ottneee of bread ef flanr. or Iwelre
ouaeee of hard bread, er eae and a foarth poatd of corn
meaii ana aiincraieioone nnaareu rauene or eigni
quarta of baaaa ( or, la lieu thereof, tee poinds of rice :
or, la lieu thereof, twice per weckioae hundred and
fifty ounces of desiccated potatoes, aad one hoadred
ounces of mixed tecetablesj tea poundaef coffee or,
la Hsu thereof, one aad a bslf ptaad of teat fifteen
pounds of auf art four quarts of vlsegari one pouad of
sperm candles, or one and one foarth pouad of ad am an
una eaaaiee, or one ana obo nan pounc
pounds of soap, aad two quarts of salt.
The ratlona art tt be dellrered taOB the order of the
eommandlas; oSesr of each station ; the fresh beef,
either la bulk or by the elnf le ratloa, of food quality,
with aa equal portion of bind nndfore quarters, aecka
and kidney tallow excluded; thi pork No 1 prime
raeic po the flour, known as eelra ao peril ae (a the
market of the place whore tbe stetloa is located the
eoffee aood Riot the angar Rood New Orleaai, or Ha
equlTalest I and the beana, Tlneifer, caadlea, soap, salt,
e , to be of Rood quality.
All subject to laipeetlon.
All bids must be accompanied by the following; guar
The underlined , of 1 , In the Slate of
, aad , of . la the State of ,
hereby guarantee that la case toe f-mf olni bid of
for rations as abore described be accepted, he or they
will, wlthla tea days of the recelstof tha coatract at
tha poet offlee aamad, axeeute tbe ctn tract fer the same,
with good aad snfflclent securities; and la cast tha
eald shall fall to eater lato csntract as aforeiald,
we guaraatee to make good tht dlfereace between tbe
offer of tbe aald - aad that which nay be accepted.
A. D , Qoaraiitor,
C. D , Guarantor.
I hereby certify that the abore named are known
to me ae men of proparly, aad able to make good their
To be elgaod by the Ualted Statee Dlalrlct Judge,
Halted Statee District Attorney, or Co'lector.
Ko proposal will be eonaldarsd unless accompanied
by tbe above guaraatee.
Newspaper authorised to publish the abore will send
the paper eoatalalng tbe first Insertion to this office for
Proposals to be endorsed 'Proposals for Rations,
and addressed to th uaderelirned
WILLIAM B. BLACK,
octt'Wet Major aad Quarlermaeter.
PROPOSALS FOR WRAPPING
PAPER AND TWINE.
Post Orrict DtPieTHilf, t
WasHiitOToit, D O . October li, 1866.
Sealed Propoiala will be received at this Department
uatll th 13T1I DAT OP DSCBUBER next, at 12 o'clock
non.ror rarntahlevWRAPPIHQ PAPER end TWINE
for th nee of th Post OBUee la th United States, for
oae year from and after th 31at day of December next
Th aald artlelee to b delivered free of expenie at
th Blank Agencies of th Post Utile Department, at
Washington, D a J New York city, New Yorkt and Dof
falo, ftew York.
The oitlmeted quantity of each article, and th quality
UUtrirt .i l,tU WatMngton, D 0.
2,500 reams or Wrapping Paper, 20 by 23 Incbes la slse,
of material and quality oqoal ta all reipects to
that now la us la th Department, to weigh 22
pounds to th ream, aad each ream to contain 20
10,000 pounds of Jute, or other suitable Twins, hard
twleted, aad la balls, to weigh about one pouad
2,(00 pounds of coarse nemp Twine, about one eighth
of aa Inch la diameter, and la balls to weigh
from one to two pounds each
Oittrtct Ao 3, at Ntu Tork cUu,KvS Tori
12,000 reams f Wrapping Paper, similar to that da
scribed la tbe estimates for District No 1.
27,000 pounds of Jnte, or other Twine, similar to that
described la tbe estlmalea for District No 1.
10,000 pounds of eoare Hemp Twine, similar to that re
quired for DUlrlct No 1.
Vlttrtet Ao.3, at Buffalo, Atw lure
10,000 reams of Wrapping Paper, similar to that re
quired for pUtrlct No. 1
20,000 pounds of Joter other Tnlae, similar to that
required for Dlilrict Wo 1
10,000 pounds of coarse Hemp Twin, similar to that de
scribed a&d required for Dlitrltrt No 1
Proposals will be received for each article separately,
and eepirately for each district, or for all the articles,
and for all th districts
Th contract or contracts will be awarded to the low
est aud best bidder, to be determined after a careful
oxetulnalloaforte purpose of ascertaining which bid
will, tn Its prac leal results.be most ndrantageoua to the
If th districts shoutd be reconstructed, or the num
ber Increased or dlatlalih,ed,tbe articles ehsll be dellv
ereJat suchitlaceor places aa tbe Pvistmastor Oeaeral
shall deilgaat at pro rataratas
And th Postmaster General ressrves tho right on bla
part of Increailngor reducing th quantity of toe ar
ticle required over or under the ottlmataa named In
this adrsrtlsamsat, If ba shall consldsr It necesiary to
6suiplss of such articles as are now used at the Poet
Offlee cau be seen at either of the above named agen
da. Ulddsrswtll aaad samples of such articles as they
propose lo furnlah with their bids
Ech bid Jsr must fnrnlsh with bis propoiala goaran
teea of his ability to comply with hla bid, and a certlfl
eate from a poatoieator thai such guarantors are credit,
able and rellalle cltliena muatelio accompany hla pro
poiala Two aufflelsat sureties will be required to a contract.
A failure to f ernlsh aa article contracted for promptly.
or the fnrnlahlng aa article Inferior to that contracted
for, will be considered a sutficleat cause for the forfeit
ore of ihe contract.
Bide not made as required by this notice will not be
Proposal must be merged qu the eivelore with the
uameof the article er article proposed for, and the let.
tor containing them addressed to tbe First Assistant
Postmaster Oenersl, Washington, D C
ALIX W. RANDALL,
oc27law8w Postmaster General
I" MPOUllTrifLTlMANTS foR
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS BOUNTY.
JUSTICI 0? THE PEACE AND COMMISSIONER OF
Ode No 4&3 Seventh street, between D and B. opposite
1 OdJ eellgwa'Halt.
Claimants desiring lo 111 their applications for $100
Bounty under Act July 2MSflfl, will And th aecMtary
Ulanka, which can bo promptly prepared and sworn to,
at thla office. Two witness rsqnlrsd lo Identify, la
easb case oej-lm
T1IK WEAK AND IMPAIRED KYE
SiaHT, originating either from Infirmity or ngt,
general debility of the nervous system, protracted sick.
ness, or from natural disposition lo far or nearsighted
boss, will be restored, Improved aud slreagtheaed by
the use of the celebrated
BRAf ILIAN PEBBLE SPECTACLE
manufactured from renntna ROCK CRYSTAL, elelnar
aa and eeufcrt loth optic nerve, aad suited aeon
rsitir p j
FRANKLIN A CO ,
Sclentlfle aad Practical Opticians, 211 Pennsylvania
avenue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth slreete, nerth
Ml.-... B1..I.I..I W..ll. IPL..
Cartas d Visits, and Photograph Albums la a great
vfti-ieir ana ni ine toweai pri nji-iy
UPREMK COURT OF TUK UNITED
STATES, DECEHBEB TERM, IBM
QRDLR OF COURT
OtnaniD. That the aa?erat causae brouaht into this
Court by writs of error or appeal from tha Circuit or
Dlalrlct Courts for lb leveral districts wltbla th Btalas
declared to be la rebellion by Ike Proclamation of tha
President of lh Ualled State, datad August 10 UOl.b
called and disposed of at tbe next term of thla Court
nnaar in miss tnereor, ana in regumr oraer as iney
may stand upon lb dk.
And lb Clerk Is directed to eaase a aopy of this ordsr
to be published la thrse dally papera of the oily of
Teat i D. W. MIDDLETON,
oeU'Sewlw Clerk Supreme Court Ualled States,
i n o tp'-oh'jL li m. , "
BOPOBALS FOH SOPPLIBB.
QcAaraaxAsna's Orftci D t, Maatvn Coare, f
nuiifHTDi, veuoer jo, isw
Sealed proposals for eeebelaec, separately, will be re
eelred at this oHeo a a til S o'clock, p m , of TUESDAT,
the 4th day of December aeit, for furalshfaf to tht
Ualted States Marine Corps, from Jaauary 1, 1M7, to
Jaae 30, 1M8. the folio wla euepllea, to he detirered al
the efllee of tha Asilslaat Qaaricrmaitcr Marlae Corps,
Philadelphia, reaasjlTaaia, free ef expease to the
Ualted Slates, la aush quaatltlee as may, from tlsae to
lime, be required i
CLASS No I.
16,(00 Tarda ef akrblae kersey, all wool, free from
flair, tn lecnae witt, 19 weif a zz osnees 19 lae
yard, (lnfllco wool dyed )
9,600 Tarda of dark bin kersey, all wool, free from
hair, fil lachee wide, to weigh 22 euae te the
r,wv iiiqtauk !! iwiuivib.kii wvoi, ire iron
balr.M Inches wide, te weigh 22 ouaeee setae
Inches wide, tewelfhSS ouaeee Uthe
, (ladlfo wool dyed )
1 aearlet sloth, all wool, (oochlienl dyed,) (4
200 Tarda aearlel
lachee wide, to weigh II ouaeee yer yard,
vkim no, m
0,600 Yarda alx 'fourth a dark blue Sanael for ever
aaeks, all wool, (I ad If 0 wool dyed,) 64 lathee
wide, lo weigh 13 ouaeee per yard.
19,000 Yarda three qoartera dark blue flaanalfor shirt,
all wool, (ladlgt weet dyed,) 27 laebaa wide, to
weigh W ouaeee per yard.
1,400 Orny blanket, all wool, te weigh pouad each,
to be 7 feet long aad A feel wide, aad free from
8,000 Pair of woolea socks, three slsos. properly mad
of eood leece wool, with double aad twisted
era, 10 weign s roan as per oosea pairs, ire
L.L.ABC1 aa. m.
0,600 Yards whit Uaea for peats, SO laches wide, to
weif n 14 ounce yer yara
12,000 Yarde white llnea for shirts, SO laches wide, to
weigh 11 ouaeee per yard
17,000 Yarde Caaton flannel for drawers, 27 laches wide,
to wslgh 7 ouaeee per yard.
6,000 Yarda eotloa ticking for bed'Sacke.
CLASS No 4
1,200 Uatform caps, complete, except pompons
1, BOO Pompons, red worsted, ball snap, aad lashes
4, 000 Fatigue sap with covers, to be made of blue
elola. Indies woel dved.
CLASS No. A
BOO Oroes eoat button, (eagl )
2M Oroes Jacket bnttoao. (eagl )
100 Gross vsst Buttons, (eagl )
1, 000 Pairs yellow metal, crseeaU aad ecale strap.
1,000 SeU epaulette bullion for private.
20 Red worted aaaho
7,000 Yards yellow blading.
2,000 Yarda rod cord.
U Swords for Bargee Is
00 Sword for alnslslans,
40 Drama (tenor) complete.
250 Baiter drumbad
100 Snare drum 'heed
200 Drum tarda
li Sets drum snarss
60 Boxwood "B" fifes.
76 Palra drum stick.
CLASS No 6
IP, OOOTelra army bootee, (Infaatry pattern )
BOO Cartridge boxee with magaalaes
1,600 Bayonet ecsbbards, with frogs attached.
MO Porcuaalon cap pouchaa,
BOO Cartridge box belt.
1,000 Waist belt
600 Waist plat.
60 Sword frog.
CLASS No. 8.
For making aad trimming th following artlelee, vis ,
Uniform eoat a for sergeant, corporals, musicians, aad
Fatigue coata for sergeants, corporals, musicians, and
Woolen paata for ssrgsaats, corporals, musicians, aad
Llnea panta for sergeants, corporals, musicians, and
Red and bluejackets for boys.
The above-mentioned articles must conform la all re
apocta lo the sealed standard patterns In th office of th
Quartermaster. Ifarlne Corps, Marine Barracks, Wash
ington, D C, Assistant Quarter master 'a Office. Marine
Corps, 229 South Fourth street, Philadelphia, and at the
Marin station, Brooklyn, New York, aad Boatoa, Ma.
achusetti,wbrthycan be examined! andwheaovor
th artlelee named above, or any portion of them, eball
be eoasldered as not folly eon forming tt sample, thsy
will b rejected, and th contractor will be bound to
fnrnlsh other of lb required klad at one, or tha Quar
termaster will fill th deficiency at the expense of the
. Payments wlllbs made upon the accepted delivery of
th whole qnanttiy which may, from time to time, be
oruerea, witnaoiumg tea per ceni irom in paymenioi
accoant rendered under first order until lb second
order U filled: end ten ner cent from accoant rendered
under second order until third order is filled, and so oa
until contract Is compIeleJ
Eaoh proposal must be accompanied by th following
FORM OF GUARANTEE
Th undersigned . of . IntheEtate of .end
. of . ta th Stat of . herebT cuarantee that
! bbVaa tha faraaratnv bid ef . ror BnnnUM . alia
deeCtibed, be accepted, he or they will, within ten daya
aiior me recsipi 01 me contract t sue post oiace sinm
execute in comraci lor in same, wuu gooa nna sum
cleat sure.les : nnd In case tbe said aball fatl lo en
tsr Into contract as aforesaid, w manatee to make
gooa tn aiuerenc between ine)Tirsr ot me sua
and that which may be accepted
niiaiie. u , uuftran.or
X F. O D . Guarantor
I hereby certify thai lh above-named are knowa
10 m men 01 property, sou ere aoie 10 niii gooa
their fuaraute 0 H
To be algned by th United Btatea District Judge,
United States District Attorney, or Collector.
No proposals will be considered unless accompanied
by th above guarantee
Newapaoera authorised to null lib, the above will send
tbe paper containing the first Insertion to this office for
The bidder's place of business or manufacturing ea
tablishmsots must be especially staled In th proposal.
Proposals must be endorsed on th envelope "Pro
posals Tor Supplies for tbe Marine Corps, " and ad
dreiiadto Major WILLIAM B SLACK,
oc23 HI Quartermaster, US M C
DROPOSALS FOR WORK ON SEWER.
Orrica Con Mission a or Public Britmxus, 1
CariTOL or van Usitfd Statss, J
Wasiiixotox ClTT, October 19.1866 )
Sealed proposals will be received at this office until
th Sd day of November next at 12 o'clock noon, and
will be opened at ona o'clock a that day lu the pros
ence of th Secretary of th Interior, to do to following
described work, vis 1
To excavate properly from the place where tbe pres
ent unfinished sewer through the Botanic Oardtn termi
nate to Third street west; to plank th bottom of the
creek with S Inch Joist, la the same manner that th
bottom of It Is planks d aa far aa th sewer Is now built
to continue tha stone wall oa each aid of th creek to
Third atrcet, in th manner that th walla already
built are bulit, of a uBeleut height to receive the areb (
aad to build a lateral three-ft t barrel sewer from th
present sewer from th Capitol to th mala aewer All
the materials to b fnralahed by the contractor, aad all
&ecary preparatlone, aueh aa freeing the channel of
water, Ac , to be made by him
Th work to be don under th aapsrvUIou of a com
petent person to be employed by the Comm1loner,
and to Ihe aatUficllou of such person aud the Commie
Proooaala noil be mad la a e-ros snm for dolne- nil
th work, as It cannot well be divided
Tb parson to wnom th eontraet 1 awarded win t
required lo give proper security for the performance of
his eontraet t and twenty per cent of the contract price
wtU bs retalnsd until th work Is satisfactorily com.
plated. B D FHLVCH,
oc22 HI Commissioner of Pabll Building
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING A
I LARUE FIRE-PROOF WAREHOUSE AT THE
SCHUYLKILL ARSENAL, PHILADELPHIA
QpAiiiauiTS OasiBAt'aOrrief, )
WASnixoTov, D. C , Oct 9.166U (
Plana of tha above building mar be seen at lh
Quartermaster General's Office, Washington j al tbs
office of Brevet Brigadier General O 11 Crosmao, As.
slatant Quartermaster Central, Philadelphia; at th
offlee or John UeArthnr.Jr, Architect, Philadelphia,
and at thence of Brevet Major General 8 Van Vllet,
Quartermaster, New York
Specification wlllb printed Immediately aud de
posited at these several places
foaled proposal for the erection of lh building, In
cluding all work and material, are Invited aad will be
received until lh 30th of October, (Instant. at noon, at
the office of Brevet Brigadier General U II Crosmao,
Assistant Quartermaster General, Philadelphia, when
tnoy will be opened lu presence of such bidders ae
choose to be present
Th eoat or th wool work complete and th time at
hleh It will be finished should be stated In the oro-
posals,whlch should b accompanied by th guaranty
of two responsible persona tn tbeamouet of ten thou
sand dollar that th bidder will enter Into contract
with xood and sufficient security wltuia ten dara after
being notified of tha award M C MEIGS,
quarter in aster uvsirti,
ocl2 t23 Brevet Major General, U. S A.
A W Y E R
PUnE AMBROSIAL VEOKTAIILE COMPOUND,
ras emvrno and toi toilet.
1 OKI1T mimcix DISCOVERT.
Ko otfa.r Botp.lgB or tIom.tle, bk. vr b..a
off.r.d which m.lH th. nabll. w..t .. coupl.t.ly t
thla .xc.ll.nt CompouBil Tha. f.r Ut .ace... I. as.
pBrEll.l.d, tod It dow bl J. f.lr 10 l.k. prtcd.&e. of .11
otb.r. IB lb. m.rk.t
SoU bf KIDWELL 1 SO!),
anf S0i) E .tr..t, &..r FourlMnlh
JOHN w 1: L 0 k r.'n , ""
To bl. fit. ad tad lb. robllf, th.t h. ba. c.upl.l.d,
aad will opoa on TIIUKSUiV MOKtll.ia, Ottok.i II,
To b. eoadnctod opoa th. pi. a .0 lo.( ad.li.ralBm
with lh. lahabllanl. of Wa.btuRloB aod It. Tl.ltoi.
H. bow IdtIIm hi. form.T p.troD. aad all tboi. who
appr.clal. lh. coatrorl. of a
rlRST C116S E3TlDl.l9imE.NT,
Ecaal to lb. noit r.Mou of Mow Tork and olh.r cltl.a,
lo .all oa him at
iH rimEBTU 8TBEET,
BETWEEN KEW YOBK AVE.1UE AMD U STBEET,
0.10-it HEAR R1Q9) CO.'l BAKE,
TA'T'OOOKK k OO.,
limUIB ITEEIT, opfoilloTHS TXIAIUBT,
fcBj .ad t.U. fBrroBt Biarkol rata., t.4 kM. ..a-
aUatlr kaad . fall lappl? of
OOltrOUttD 1KTE1UT HOTU.
Ord.r. for glo.ka, Bo.lo, A. , o.oto, and CollH'
Hob. nad. o. alt kocoulblo polala.
SEVEN PER CENT
FIRST-CLASS FIRST IfORTOAQl BONDS.
THE NOBTH MISSOURI BAlLBj)AD COMPANT has
authorised ua te aell their lt Uortgage 7 per eeat. St
year bonde. Tbe whole amount la S,000,000. Coupon
payable oa tbe 1st daya of January aad July of easb
year, la New Turk
Refer ring to our advertisement of Aagust, having
sold the first half mllUoa of theee desirable beada, we
have adraacei the price to IIGHTT.FirE CENTS, at
wh'ch they aland unrivaled as the cheapest Srst-elase
security la th market,
lay farther lequlri will b answered at our office.
aapl.tf JAT COOKE it CO.
IRST NATIONAL BANK OF
D. D. Coou, (of Jaf Oooko Oo.,)liwlilll)'
W. HPBTUMvar, GMhJar.
riSABOIAL laEUT or TBI nBITIB ttatu,
lira itbiit, errMm tma tbiaiv.t ipabtb'i.t.
OoT.rBB.at aooarllJo. with TroMirw Clio. Butt.,
COKE MILUOa DOIXAM.-W1
W. bar u i.U all olaaM. of aOTlMMIBT lion.
B1TIEI at .artoai laarkol ntac
rDBXIIH IXCBANOl aad uk. OoUmUou .a ALL
TBI PEUCIPAL OITIU OF TBI DIITID ITATU.
W. panku, GoTOranMBt T.t.kora th, KOST
FA VOEABLE TEEMS, aai fit. OAlinL ai. riourr
ACCODSTi or BDIIHIM ME" ABB TIEBTt,
Bad lo ar .tbor bBilaoa. oatraaud I. u.
ITJLL IHJOEMATIOIf la roiard I. OOTIUHIIT
LOABI al aU Mai., .hoorfallr faialikod.
WM. I HBBTIBQTOB, Ouklar.
iiiiimr, Bfii.h JO. 1HA BiUl-dlf
TIT ILLA11DS' UOTEL,
ITKE8, OBADWICX k CO..
OOBBEB PEMH. ATX. ABO rOUBTIEXTB tTBSET,
WABUIBOTOS CITT. alT-tf
BEOADWAT.COBBEB Or TWEHTT-TIFTB ITEEIT,
IT TOBI OUT.
HITOBELL, READ, AND WALL,
Tho HOrrMAH BODIE la eoadBct.d b,ob Ik ,laa of
tba boat Anorl.aa aad Earop.aa Bol.la. II oombla.a
all tbo nodara lnproT.rn.at. Bcfa.arr to tk. rr.atoal
aomfort of f B.al. Ihat art, laiaaallj aad llb.ralllj aaa
poa.lbl d.Tla. aad proiaao, Tb. bUl of faro for tbo
lablo oabraau .rarj rarlalr aad d.ll.a.7 afordod bj
th. Am.rlaaa nark.t., la tkolr aoaaoa.
AltUNER'8 I'HOTOURAI'UIO ART
til atT.Blb alrool,
OaCE I10XI IX BUXXIBO OBDEX.
Th. dama...aa..d k tb.ut. Ir. IuImi .. fat ...
palr.4 thit Laalaoa. will b r.aamod
TUII kfOBBIBO. (WEDBEJD1I. O.lok.r dlb.l
Wk.a, a. foru.rlr, Iko ral will bo atrl.tl. oaforood
IhroathoBI tk ..tahUlkaoat.
'TBODCCE TBI BUT, 10 HATTIX WHAT TBI
COST IB TIME ABO aUSJUAL."
Xr 0 lak. tkla opporlaallr I. Ikaak kl. aamuoa.
'lu.vif.' "' for put blatant, aad lo ut it
tkall ( kla aoaalaal Bin to roallaa. I. aiorll Ik. tori
SALH OF QUARTERMASTKB'B
DtroT QvABTaaKAma'. Orptoi,
ADBIOX, THOMAS Al CO , AaaUOBMn
Wilt .all .( .!, aa.,.. nnwnavm
WAtEBOUSE. M, tofcuth lataw atrjL kUUlaior,
U ,JS-M3S,S5AIi.,,OTB Hi 'i IE aa., -a
LOT or QuaftraDwitiTBtJiirviii u.r..t..
ef Ale, AlBia.Saljikur, B1uksuiltlta Teele', Saddler's
Toole, ne, Bom Pipe, Piiatlaf Pre, KUIafsUd.
dlee, Saddle BlaakeU. AaabulaiaM. W.. Tid-ir.
aad thr artlelee loo aameroae to seeaUoa
wf $? ".f7.! " M Oeveraaaeat Wareaeuee,
no. 1M Soath lataw trL dtrUg th next tkr dare
aeitpmtdlnr tee day ef sal. " y"
Terms auk, la Ooverasaeat faads, en lay ef aala.
mediately atoa eloa of sal
By Order f theQaarUrsaaster Oeaeral
A. S. KIMBALL,
Brevet Major aad A, Q7k
ot3 Depot Quartermuter.
AUCTION BALK CM-, OLD WOOD.
CONDEMNED CAIbVRKO, AO
V. S. NlVT Tisd, WAiatier, I
October S7, lata. I
Vrill be sold at aablle auelloa. I tk hufcaMt uiiir
onTHUESDATaeat, the let of November, at 11 aa., at
the Waahlagtoa navy yard
A LOT OFCONDEUNSDCARPITIiraaBd OLD WOOD.
Terme t Cash. Ia uoverameat faads.
By order of Ine Commaudaal
CHAS. B. LATHEOP,
oeifl Naval Storekeeper.
J? OB SALK ON THURSDAY, NO-
JJ TEMBEB 15, 1H, at IS m ( al HOBOaTBN, aear
lh Ferry, th Keveaue BtanpropIler CUTAHOOA,
fall rigged brig, burthea US toss, old neasunmeat.
Bollt by Weetervell, New Tork, la 1S45 Frame live
oak, locnat, and cedar. Replaaked aad ikoroug aly re
paired by Job a Linn, la Philadelphia, 1M1. Is low U
Ha oa complete aaltof Cettoa Balls, aearty new,
aad la well foe ad la Anchors, Chains, Boats, Ae. Flae
Poop Cabin, Ward room, Berth desk, aad all the ap
pot at meat a of a man-of-war. Ha
Two borisoBtal tubnlav Boilers.
Composltloa Screw, t feet diameter, H feet plUh.
Sto.wa 1H f rose tone 1 ta baaker.
Th vessel can b examtaed any Usa previous te the
..I. .1 tl.L.I .V. ... .1 a m ..
ini'i avvuavBjai, xiaiar m mwttj, .xui aay oi saw,
and evsry laformatlea glvea by the officer la eharg.
A, a. laiies,
oc39.eolaolt) Collector of Customs, Mew Tork.
AUCTION SALE OP GOVEBNUENT
WOOD AT ALEXANDRIA. TA.
HiivotTAirias Diraaru tar or WASiiirtiTof , )
Orrica or Laier QUAaransiAeTBa,
WasBiaavov. D. a October 19, ISM J
Th Auction Bale of Goverameat Wood at th wood
yard, oae-lourth or anil north ef th city of Alex
andria, oa th WaehlngtoB, Alexandria aad Orgtowa,
railroad, wlU b neamed oa WEDHESDAT, Ortober U,
at IT e'cloek, a, m , aad eeavlaaed daily lUI th Sd of
NTsmbr, taeluslve, (Sundays excepted,) aalas lh lot
Is aald before that tin
Upwards of EIGHT THOUSAND COEDS OF OAK
ANDPINEar offered, which wHl b aold of tk klad
IoibII purchaser, and la aay quantity from one eord
lo fiv hoadred cord
Term t Cash. Ia Government fan da. on derofaal!
aad fidcea days allowed for removal
a s. auujiiurufl,
BvL Brig Gea and Chief QuarUrneaeUr,
ocSQ Ht Department of Waahlaxtoa.
CORNER OF FOURTEENTH AND FSTBEETS,
(Uauia Ebiitt Holtsb,)
IMPORTER OF MEDITERRANEAN OOODS, Ac.,
DEALER IN FINE TEAS,
ocIO-tf riCKLES. SAUCES, Ao.,Ao.
BOOK-BIVDBR AND PAPU-KULBB,
V 1T1 Pennsylvania avenue, bet weeaTeath aadBleT-
eatk etreeU, eouta aide.
Books elegantly or plalaly bouad. PerlodUal aad
Vawsaapav earaallv alleaded I
K. H. MILLKFL
JUSTICE OF THB PEACB,
OFFICE, NO. fill NINTH STRIETWE
Dear reaasylvaala aveaae.
Weald respectfully laform hla frieade aadtkepublle
eaerallr that h la aow atteadlaa Xa all lea-al baelaets.
sack aa admlalsUriaf th Amatefy, ae wall aa all other
atkat Drawing laee,Dede,Wms, Power f AUoraey,
idlord aad Tenaat Botte. eke. A.
LfBl ad vie glvea la all Its breach.
ft- rarUealajatUBUeapald to theUtloB afdehU
aadelalns la aaaral fel -tf
Sororal baaotlfal Bo.ltlaa Ib
TAPER AS I.1VILOPE8,
Jait latrodocal hj
rBILP A SOLOMONS,
ocM-3t m P.BB.ylTattla aT.aoo
ISTABLISIIKD ON THE POPULAR
SIIITB BKOTOIB9 A CO ,
HIRCIIABT TA1LOIS ,
ABD HBALiaa IB
OEBTLEIIEB'S FOBMISHISO OOODS,
Ko.. 410 aad 4M IEVEBTH ETEEET,
opposite post ornci,
aoH.lj WASBIBOTOX, D C.
T AW OFFICE.
Jiaaaua S Black,
Wab. n. Lamoh, c. r. Black
BLACK, LAMOK A CO ,
CooniBLloai Aao AtToaaiyi at Law
IB TBISUFIIHI COCXTOPTBIUXITID STATES,
THE COURT Of CLAIMS,
TBE COUBTS OP TBI DISTRICT,
TUE EXECUTIVE DEPABTUEXTS ABD
COU1IITTXIB OF 'COBQBXI.
ornci, us tourtiexth street,
djIS tl Dlmllr Oppo.luWIIIarda' BoloU
TDK W A It D .
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STOP aad TniXK.
STOP aad TUI.1K.
OUR IUXEXSE STOCK OP CLOT111NO
OUR lUMINaE STOCK Or CLOTIIINU
UUB ISISIEXS. STOCK Of CLOTIIIXQ
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T.ixTr.rirs ria cibt. Lata thak qobt.
XEVER Aoaia wtti TOO BJYB tbb C1IAHCE.
BEEK AtiAJX WILL TOU aATB TBB CIIAHCI
ItEVER AQA1B WILL TOU HAVB T8B CUACE
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o for yoaraalT.a fccforo mrchaalB.
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dao Soroath .t , oppoalto Poat Offlc,
Mlaly Waaklagton, D. C.
COLUMBIA HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN
FoBrUoalk .tra.t, (drdo, ) coraor oi IX atroot
Tkl. la.tltBlloB 1. .It&AUd la tk. nail ha.tlnv n.,.
tloa of Iko Dl.trlct, anrroBBdod ky It. owb k roood.
Car. paa. tk. door OTorr Sto nlaot.
Torn, of admlMloa 1 Proai IS toIO pr w..k, la ae.
oordaaco wltk tk. room raqatrod, p.r.blo I. aJraar..
Tkla ta.ladoa Board, U.dlela.., AfadiaaL aad Sort l.al
caoioa ia cuiaoB.
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ATP OARNETT, O , H.w Tork ar.aao.
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ORAFTOX TILER, U D , O.or, olowa.
A.pllcalloBafor Bdml.aloaa aaa k Mad. I. Bar of Iho
m.oia.1 .tan or 10. m.troa at ibo uoapltal. Oidoi. for
aomiHio. 10 in. ira. o.u. 01 tola IB.IIIatloa oa. h ah.
dala.doftk. R.T C U Hall. Boolor of Ihi xJlikMr
Ch.r.k.of IkoR.T A D Olllalto, Fa.lor of iKFlf.1!
Uapllat Ckarak, aad ot Iko Samoa a .kuaa at aia r...
Id.a.o Ordera for Ik. adtaluloa of Iko wlio. or widow,
of .oldl.r.of Ik. Uoltod SUf. arm7M,J.p7o..,"
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apoala.ao Irom Iho ,r..., aad for .al. at pakllahii!?
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