Newspaper Page Text
RATES Of ADTXRTItlXI.
On adjure, oie UsorUoa,$l) eBbeecmeBtlaeer.
tloae,&Oeata. OaeeiaAfo,onenoB.k,t&. Llbtral
lldBMUKtCt Jtwlf ftlTfrUMTt.
Every other day dTtrtlHnU, M per coat addi
tional. Twite ftWMLMTiiUiiffliiU,!! percent.
Eight lines toBitlltU a aqaare. Leas that a square
ahargtd la proportion, at tht abort ratee.
Editorial BOtleee, U eeate per Hit tech Insertion.
Local aotleea, 90 Matt mi llat each lnaerttOB.
AdvertlMate tomlif tader the heede of Wants,
Fsr Bait, For Beat, Loat aad Ftuat, set exceeding
fonrllaes, oat tacertloa. 18 cental, three tlmee, W
cents. Additional llaee at proportionate ratee.
ijrtrtlwwini should bo handed la before I a a.
J. ,a.Uaaa mtj bwaIbi (laala;. .t.plJ) lj
W. 1. KntA.l, B.rtaaut aaraar laatB .al D all ,
froaUaf raaa.TlTAAU ar.aa.. aal la rarmlaaal la
fflw Kutwual pulrliritE
nbaarla-ra (ay uirlara) at to aaat, ., aaata.
HaII aabaarlbara, K.00 rat abbbaii 11.00 (ar
BuaUa; BBJ tl.M far Ura. antla, (aanrfaM
Ha, I. MplM, f Mat..
TBI WlXItr KAJ10BAL liroillCAH
la pBbllaaa4 mtjltUij BBarBiaf 1 OAaaoayeaa
faar U.60I TkrM m1m .b. jaar, ba.M T.b
Boplaa aa. yaar, .JO.
WASHINGTON CITY. D. C. FRIDAY MORNINO. AUGUST 28. 1867.
810 Pennsylvania, evcaae, atar WHlarle Bottl,
Will iU for GASH at 13 per ctat cheaper than aay
'ether establishment, Jyt-
,T OLD JKWELRY, WATOIIES, AND
I T BTT.VBRWAM
leave oa kind, aad am eeaaUntlr reeelvie j, all of
IDt lAICSt UylCS 01 JlWtlFT, C , WniCB i WUI NU M
cheap at genuine nr tlclet cab bt purchased: for al aay
reipeaelble eeUbllahmeat la thla or nay other elty.
As avafnlaitloa aad lanTiirlui of tht Qielltr aad
prtcaa respectfully reaaectod at MS Pennsylvania
Joff IL O.HOOD,
W.B Coo Pi a. A J.Riei.
COOPER A BAGAN,
(SBeccaoor tf Jan. Sklntag.)
rrovi, tin and sheet-uon-woekebj,
437 Earanla el reel, above Penn'a Art, ,
WASHINGTON, Z. 0.
4? Particular attention paid to repairing Far
neeec, Ranges, Parlor Heaters, Ac, aad all work
WHOLEIALIAND RETAIL DEALER IN
rAiniflj vim, tanioiiM.
Dtpol for Ltwla, Jewels, aad Uall Bradley's part
'Laid. PalBt Bruehec, Window Olui aad Alcohol.
Demise, Spirits of Turpentlne-Coat Oil, Lard aad
Sperm Olla, Lamps, Chlmneyc, Wicks, Ac , At
Ho. 850 1 itraat, batwaaa Twelfth, aad Tklr
teeath street, aad 478 laraata atreet.
Opposite PoatOfllee Department.
Mixed otlat rendv fcr ato of tht bait aaalltr. Or
dtra for plait aad ground laaa rtaalrtd tad prompt
i yaueaaca "
0. T. BOWEN,
ORNAMENTAL PAINTER AND OLAIIER.
lakes thla method of stating that bt la bow fully
prepared, aa heretofore, to execute all klada of work
la tht lionet, Sign and Freaco Painting, Oralalag
tad Caleomlnlng at tht shortest notice and la tht
bait manner, at modarata cricee Thaikfal tour
old frltoda for former patronage, I raw --Afelly uk a
eoDiianaaca oi n aana jfii
T AW 0 F F I 0K.
W At B. Laiow, G. r. Bl&oi
BLACK, LAMON i CO.,
CODIIItLOBI 1D ATTOEIBTS AT LAV
IX Till BUFXIHXCODKT or TllDKITID ITATU,
TBI COURT UF CLAIH8,
TBI COURTS Of TBI D1ITEICT,
TBI IXICOTIVI DIFIBTMIKTS ABO
OOIIHITTXII or COIOBII.
OrrlCI, SS rODRTIIBTB STRUT,
dU-U DI1KU7 Oppoilta WUUi4' BoUL
OAL AND WOOD,
Oa ktad aad for ula at tbo lawaat markatrataa.
tho calabratad Lykaaa Vatlar, Lorbtrrr, Shauoklo,
aad llaltinort Com pair Ctiala, Sif,StoTt, and Far
Atto, Hickory, Oak. aad Flat Wood, aawtd aad
aulit to bbt lanath and alia, or In tha atlck
Tht abort dtflrarad to any part of tha altr at short
avuca. u u ouiain,
Offlet Faan ar. bat SJnd 4U atraata,
JaS-tf Tard aad UlU H at. aad Caaal.
n ENTLEMEN DESIROUS OP IIAV-
X ln tfctlr Cotti.Puta. And Vili Soard And
BPAird,IO AA tA ADIlAAr AA f d AA AAW. WAAld it
WAll by CAUlAf Al B MAOBUBER'a
477 TtAth itiAAt, A raw doors Abovo Faad ataboa
IICOKD.UABD CLOTBIKQ OODOUT AND SOLD,
TVrOUNT VEttNON MARBLE
LARCH STOCK OF M1KUI.I M0NUUUT9.
X itrttt north, botwoAA Blttb AAd BoTAatb itnotA,
BAr tha Pott Ode. DopartmaAt.
Baasa aonitABtlTOB baad Alarra AAd moatAZtoaalTI
AiaortDAAl of STATDAET, OKKiMtKTS, ITALIAB
A1AKU1.B BUflUNUTB, UttAVB BlUnAA, 0
Atao, A aonptata TArlely of Afarbla HaAtala, Cobb
tar Slaba, and Tttaa, wbleb ba offara low for eaab.
TAMES Y. DAVIS,
BATTIB AMD rVBBIXB.
CASES, CBSBILLAS, an.
BO. US FXNBSTLTABU AVIHDI,
Usdar HatropolltAB BotaU AplS.lr
00E8, SASH AND BLINDS.
Tha nndarilaTfiai would moat raaceetfallr larltt
talldara and otbtra to call and axamlaa fata atock of
(rood. COBlUllnir Or UUOK8, BAB II, 0 LI HUH, win.
DOW AND DOOR THAMES, MOULDINGS, UBACK'
ET6, NEWEL. 108 'B, Ac . at Ma atora. No 421 liana
C HUH US aJIB)W1 UtltWtlBJII OlSbll oiaIU EnfTBatAB., VfAiw
ait Nortbtra Libert lea Market, wbart bt loUada to
kaap aoaaiADt j on band all tht rarlona alita aad
qnallttta, at tht lowaat caata prlcaa Alao, odd aliad
work madt tooidar,
Ja23'tf QIOKOE II SABEEB
KEROSENE, WHALE, ETHEREAL. AND LARD
OILS, OILS. PAINTS, SIMBITS OF TUEI'Itf
TINE, WINDOW QLA8S,
KEROSENE AND ETHEREAL OIL LAMPS,
Of orary dtMriptloa,
WICKS. CHIMNEYS, CANS, SCISSORS, Aa,
"TrCOON" PAPEK HHADES,
ANDSB80N A TIERCE'S OK AIMING COLORS,
KELLOOO'S FINE LDBRICATIHO OIL,
NO tWIfaEVENTH BTBEET, BETWEEN LOUISIANA
AVENDE ADD D 8TKSET,
Jfcl.titAMfln. WABHINOTON P 0
UEDDEKflVINCUnSTER & CO,
Bankers and Brokors,
JNo, CO II ro nil way, Kw York.
STOCKS, BONDS, OOYERNMIMT SECCRITIES
AND OOLD BOUdUT AMD SOLD AT UARKET
BATES ON COMMISSION ONLY,
lataraat allow ad oa balaucta
Adraaeaa uadtou ap, rorad Stonrlllaa
Particular aUaotWn gWan to ordara for tht pm
cbatt or aala of tht Ad a ma, A merle an, United Stataa,
WalU, Fargo A Co , and Merchanta' Union Expreia
All ordara faltbfullj ozacatad.
JOS I AH HEODBN, ISAIAH C. BABCOCK,
LOCKE W, W1NCUESTEB, ROBERT U. HEDDEN.
fa SO-todn ....-.
WASHINGTON AND ALEXANDRIA.
Tha Staanboata of tht Coiopaar laart aach plact
BYEHY HODB, from 8 o'alock, am,- -tfTa.
mill 7 o'clock, p m Laart from tDaJtaaaaaaaaaSU
woan tool oi dbih iiraai, nuDiniwo,
Tht Sort nth etratt Cara connect with tht Bo at a.
Tbt 8nt ataamar WAWiBkT will laart tbt wharf
foot of beTenia airtti, iubouax, TUUUHDAX and
UATUnVAX BunnmuD at tuo'ciotK. jie.arniBf,
tbt Boat arrUee at 8 0 p. m.
Th. .UatutiT WAWASIT caa bt chartered for Ex.
cnralona to Olrwont and other polnta oa tht rtrar at
raaaonablt I a tea, Tba Orouude and tht Parllloa at
Oljmont art la good ordar for pleBlee aad plaaaart
' v.. it., j.irinir la charter Iht Wawaeatlhould ar
ply at tbt offlatof tht Company, foot f J"
myt PiMlden tPotomat Ftrry Co.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
Fob Baltiboii. Tralti Ittrt dally, txetpt la
day, at TO aad T: a. m., aad II 15. 1.-00, 4 JO,
aidS;43 p, u. On Saaday. at 1 .45 a. m., and 4 90
and S .45 p. m.
Foa all WAT Bt Alio a, D ally, txcci aaaday,
at T. -00 a, m.( aad S.-00 aad t 45 p. m. Baadiy. al
T.15a.m.,aBd4 JOandS.tflp. n.
Foa Wat Statioii Souti op AaiAfoiii Jcxo
tiof. 4 .15 aad 7 0 a. n.. and 1 .-00 aad 4 M p a.
Fob AavAroLit 7 (00 a. m..aad 4tS0 p. ra. No
trala on Saaday,
Foa all FABTtor Til Wiat. Laart dally, ta
etpt Biadar. at 7 45 a. m., aad 4 & "d 8 :43 p. m.
Oa Saaday,at 4 JO and 8 45 p.m. Oa Saadty.at
4 JO nad 8 -45 p. , oaly, eoniectlaf at Btuy uonat
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW TOBE THROUGH
Fob Niw Toax.wltoonl tkasfa of tan. Ltart
dally, txatpt flaaday.at 7:43 a. n, aad Uilffaad
lMp.il. Oa Saaday, tt 7. -00 p. m.oniy. iuip
lax tart oa 7 HM . m. trala.
Fob Pmiladili'iia. Dally, txcapt Bon I ay, al
7:45 a, n.. aad 11.15. 4 JO, aid 70 p. n. Oa
Bandar, at 7:00 p. to , oaly,
GREAT riN&ITLYASIA RODTt
Fob tib NoitawiiT, Botjti Ar SoonwxtT.
Tralaa ltart BalUmort and Ohio depot at 7 .43 a, m ,
ABd4.SOaid8 45 p. m.
Fob Bicbkoid axdtbb Cootb ab SocTxwiar,
Tbo ataamtr o( tht Richmond aad Frtdarlikabnra;
Una ltart Strtntb, ttraat wharf daily, except Saa
daya, at 6 a. m , aid 7 p. m. Oa Saadaya at 8 a.
m , oaly.
Fob Alixabobia. Etaamtra ltart Be re nth atrttt
wharf trtry hour from 8 a. m. , onlll 7 p. m , dill
Fob Kouxt Txbbox. Tbt ataamar Wawaaat laaraa
Stranlh atraat wharf Taaaday, Tbnraday, aad 8at
arday morning e of tact, week at tta o'clock, retorn
lag at SUp. m.
FobBaltixobi aidPotokao BtriaLAirrjiaot,
Tbt e (earner Colombia laaraa Riley' a wharf, foot
of Eleventh atraat, trery Wadateday morntag at 6
Totohao TaAxarOBTATioa Lm roa Baltixobb
abo roTOMAo Bitxb LAintBoa. Steameri laart
Sixth atrtat wharf at 8 a. m., on Wodaaadaya aad
Fob tbb Iaitibji BflOii Tht ataamar Wllaoa
Small, aa tlegant boat, laarta her ptar, oppoaltt No
170 LIgbt atratt wharf, Baltimore, trarr TntaJay,
Tbnraday, aad Satarday, at 8 p a , for Eeitoa
Point, Double Mllli, Oxford, Ctora'a Point, Wal
lach'a wharf, Cambridge, Haghlatt't wharf, Cabin
Creek, Mtdford'a wharf aad Lloyd 'a Landing.
Vlfl SU CniLDRIK'S,
BOOTS AND SUOIS.
Tba baal, aad At prleaa tbat aanAot fall to aalt
pAraaaaara, A. u n, miun-s,
Fomorlp Baraa H Wllaoa,
501 Baraath atraat. aadar Odd Fallawa' Ball.
WE HAVE, IN ADDITION TO OUR
ragaiar boaiaaaa or rinmblag aad una rittlng,
ooaatd aad fitted no a larta Show .Room at 2lo
4&S. Ninth atrtat batwtta D aad I atretu, adjoining
Union Hall, whart aay bt fonad tho largaat aad
moat complete aaaortmant of
CHANDELIERS, BRACKETS, PORTABLES, Ac, ka ,
la tht city, at prloaa to aolt all.
BROWN A POWER,
Noa. 477 aad 4SS Ninth atrtat,
JySO tf bat wee a D aad I atrttta.
Daaltra la Ladlea and Oentlemea'a
FURNISniNQ GOODS, FANCY ARTICLES
Par fan. err, Toilet EeanUItei, Ac
THOMAS S. BURR. M L. HOWBER.
jy. F atraat, batwaaa Ninth tad Tenth
SEDUCTION IN PRICE FOR THE MONTH OF AU
Q DAT ONLY.
For tbo benefit of perioat daalrlogto parebut their
Whit. Alb TW
RadAab 7 75
Lyktaa Valley Soft Bad Aab 7 73
Baltimore Com 'a Superior Whltt Aab,., 7 75
Chaatnot Bammer Cooking Coal.,, 6 00
Cambtrlaad, (rnaof mlat ) 8 00
Cnmbtrland Lamp 7 00
ALL KINDS AND SIZES TO SUIT CUSTOMERS
TWO THOUSAND TWO HUNDRBD AND FORTY
FOUNDS 10 THE TON GUARANTEED.
Perione daalrlng to trail tbtmeelvta of tht abort
lowpncte, or ordering meir ecu ana paring torn,
can hara It dallrartd any time dating tht winter
Cfaecka will be given for coal ao ordered, and will
Dt aetirerea oroa tot aarreaaanng oi aaia coeeaa.
8 P. B&OWN A SON,
4U Ninth atraat.
Branch Offlet at oar Yard aad Wharf, at tht foot of
Strtntb atraat. J y si-im
M. T. FABKER& MAONIGHOL'S
Ho. 450 liOulalaDt. Avcnut, between Sixth
ant! Btrtuth atrttta.
PLAIN and DECOBATIYE HALL PAINTINO,
CALCIMINING la trery variety of color I
ORAININQ aid UARBLIBO la Imitation of all
kind! or wood ana atone
OIXmiVG and I1ROXZING,
and trery alTla of HOUSE DBCOBAT10N, axtcotad
In tba moat Untitled and laatefol manner
MIICK FKONIS OLKANKD, OILED, AND
PLAIN AND ILLUMINATED SIGNS.
BANNE11S, FLAGS, AND TUANSrAIlENCIES
with trery deeenpuoa or uaaaaiaaTAi, eiun worn
a. i .en tad la tha neatait and rlehaat atrlea
STANDARD aad PUREST MATERIALS only art
aaoil, ana nrecciaaa worauon ampiujou
U. T. PARKER A MACHICnOL,
JyM fifl Loa arcana, b't Sixth and Seventh atr ta
TVT" ll . MILLER,
i e ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR.AT-LAW
JUSTICE OF THE rEACE.
Practlcea before all tht ConrU aad tht Dcpartmtnta
la tht Dlatrlel of Colombia,
OFFICE. NO. S5 LOUISIANA AV., NEAR CORNER
ur biath araaar.
Praparca All Klnde of Legal Docameate, aoch aa
Ltaaae, Dteda, Willi. Powtra of Attorney, Landlord
an J Tapani H ottaaa. Aa . Aa
AfiarPaitUoUr attention given to tht Collection of
uc nta ana L-iaime bx-u
Ubitbd Itatib Patibt Ohici,
WABBlvtJToir, AnguatO, 1BA7,
(li tha natttton of Robert Sinclair. lr .and Richard
F. Ifaynard.of Baltimore, ltd , praying for tbt ex
tendon or a patent granted to aim tha 10th day of
November, 18W,for an lmprovtment la Feed Rollera
of Straw Caltare, for atvtn ytara from lha txplratloa
of cald patent, which lakea place on tba 15th day of
November, iooc i
It la ardarad that lha aaldDBlltlOB bt beard At tht
Patent Offlee oa MOKDAT. tba 18th day of October
next,atri0'CI0CK,m t aaa an pareona ara Doimea
to appear and ahow tanae, If aay they have, why aald
natltloa nnafat mtii ta ha aranttd.
Peraooa oppoalng tha axtenaloa art required to file
la tht Patent Offlet their objecllone, apeclatly ett
forth In writing, at Itaatftocnfydayabtfort tht day
or beating i all taatlmony filed by tlthar party, to b
medal tha eatd hearing, muat bt taken and Irana-
milted la accordance vrtta tnt raiea oi me omce,
which will ba furnlahad on application
n.nn.ttlft. aa.l othar nauara. relied noon Al taetl
uoay, meat ba filed la tha offlee f iccnu daya before
the day of hearing t the argnmente tf any, within
fen daya after fll'ng ibe teaUmoay. , ,
Ordered, alao, that tbii notice be pablUhtd la Ibt
Bipcuticis end tha afeHjfewcrr, Waehlngton, D
G , and la tbt American. Baltiuort, Md , once a week
for thr.a ancaaiila waaka . tht Aral of aald Pnbllca
tlona to bt at laaal alxty daya pre v loo to tht day of
naaiiDf a u. ihbu,
aald wl w Conmlailoiw of Pateata.
004 MOB PEOPLE'S FRIEND. 534
P. BOYER'i LOAN OFFIOB,
654 Twelfth atrtet, bttwtta 0 aad D, star Ftaaaylra
ala artaae. Money Loaaad oa Ladlea aad GaatU
Bta'tWearlBB' Apparel, Gold aad BUrtr Watckta.
Dlamoada, Jewelry, Platola, Mechanical Toole, Ae.
Baaiatat eonidaauai. Old Oold aad Silver boogkt.
Jtl7lf P. BOTEB,
LICENSED BY AU-
LOAN OFFICE, 475 Tbirtttath atratl,Sd dooreoBlh
of Ptaaaylraala araaot. Money loaned oa time to
"u aniioinere mii aveiaie, uoia and BUTOr
Watebea, Dlamoada, Jewelry, Silver Plato- Ptatot,
Fnrnltare, Methaalcal Toole. Ladlea and Gantlt
mea'a Wearing Apparel of all deeertpllona
tp8 B BURNSTINB.
TaTARLlBHED 1852. HERZ-
JLj BERG'S LOAN OFFICE. Hlgheat ad van.ee
made oa Watchaa. Dlamoada, Jewelry, Wearing
Apparel, and all klada of Mercheadlaa. BoalaoM
atrlctly eoaldeatlal. Sil North 0 atreet, between
Fonr.and-a.haJf aad SlxtatlrteU, Immediately la
i-aai-91 miaiiu.iuuib j Alt am,
onrnr city loan i
CITY LOAN OFFICE.
LEVI B. DoWOLFF.
KOKIT ADTAHCID OB
KIBCBABDISX IB QIBIBAI.,
IWft fm' i uw DnrtnitAB a Tarti ini n atn Kn
ha' ., Bin mm mm uvvuuk Alia ovuv,i vn VdOU,
Al 377 Pennivlranla araaat, betwtta Foaranda
aau ana aixia
a atrttU, oppoaltt National Hotel.
BA8E.BURNINO COAL STOVE,
TBI BIST IB Vtt.
For enle by
n. I. GBEGORY
ffaai Baventb, ttreet.
TARGE SALE OF NEW MATE-
J, J B1AL.
Dipot QcAKTiBVAiTia'a Orrtcx,
it ai -htu, u u,aa ia, ievf. )
By dlractloB of the Qaartermaatar Oeaeral.a large
lot of New Qaartermaater'a Btoraa and Hone Madl
clnea will be aold at pobl'a anctlon, at Lincoln Depot.
aader the anrarrletoB of Brevet Llaateaaat Colaaal
Jamea M Moore, qaartermaaler U. Sw A.,oa MONDAY,
SepUmber X,comaeaclag at 10 Bara ooaalatlag la
vu eoai on Maapa.
17, 4 M Ibe, aaaotttdlroB
8,600 Ibe Iron wire.
653 lha H.R.and other
7,491 Ibt Irtaaad cop
larpeatera', Ae , II, 043 baadlea.axe, plek,
elaupa plana, Ac.
ba oil tunned lea 110 wagoa aad die
8(8 Iba cole leathtr.
2,483 Ibe oakam.
177 Iba Mica
718 Iba packing bemp
271epot.li W. and ,B,
S gang aawa.
234 yda paper aoalln,
1.333 ft linen hoi.
zuureet gana percna
100 ft. toll chain,
100 Iba alnm
130 Iba. aloe
100 Iba, calomel.
362 Ibe. glauber Ball.
100 lb, nitrate potat'
100 Iba. tartar tmetle.
75 Iba eorroalTt anbll
,739 Iba Iodide potaiaa.
58 Iba cream tartar.
447 Iba. olla I a nicer, enlke. amber, wlntararaas,
Brltlab.eroton. hemlock. A , Ac ,i 473 Ibe, tlaetaree.
lobelia, ginger, Iodine, myrrh, hemlock, Aa Bad
precipitate, apaia.aa, preacnpiioa aea.ea, aynngae,
olatmaat, do Jara.Aa,Ac
Catalog oee of Bale cab be had upon application
Termai Caih la Gorernmant fande
By order of General Tompklae Depot Qnartermaa
ler. .iiit' n. nuinii,
aol7.tda Bvt,Lleot Col ,Q.M.In charge.
TE V EN 8 HOUSE,
21, 33, 25, and 27 Broadway, N. Y.
Opposite Bowling Green.
ON THE BDBOPEAN PLAN.
The Stereo Home, la well aad widely known
to the traveling public Tbt location ta especially
aoltablt to march ant aad builaei meat It le la cloat
proximity to tht bnalntaa part of tha city ta on tht
highway of Southern and Weetern traral and adja
ceal to all tbt principal Railroad and Steamboat
Tht Stavant Honat baa liberal accommodation for
over three bandied gneeta It la welt tnrnlaned, and
Doeaaaaaa erarr modern Imrjrovemenl for the com
fort and entertainment of it inmate The rooma are
epaclona and well ventilated, provided wita gaa and
water, the attendance la prompt aad rpeetfol,and
tha table la geaerooety provided with every delicacy
of the Beacon, at moderate ratea. The rooma having
baan refurnt.had and remodeled, wa are enabled ta
offer extra faclllttea for the comfort aad pleaanra of
OEORGE K. CHASE A CO
aa 7 8m Proprietor,
SU CUNNINOUAU.the onlypraetleal Uat.fW
ter on Seventh itreet, (late with J Y Davla )4g
Silk and Soft Felt Hote renovated Satisfaction war
ranted SW.f Seventh atreet. alx door below North
trn Llber.lee Market, aaat aide.
flUERE eometh glad tldtnga of Joy to all,
j. jo yooog ana 10 oia, io great ana io emaiii
Tba beauty which once waa eopreelona and rare,
la free for all, aad all may be fair,
By the me of
CHASTELLAR'S WHITE LIQUID ENAMIL,
For Improving and Ueautlfylng- the Complexion.
Tha moat valnable and oarfaet nrarjariuan la naa
for giving the akin a beautiful pvarVllke tint, tbat la
only fonad la youth. It quickly remove Tan,
Freckle, Pimple, Blotcbea, Moth Patcbea, Bellow
nesB, Eruption, and all Impnrltlea of the akin, kind
lr healing the aame, leaving the akla white and
clear aa alabaatar. It ate cannot be detected by
tht ctoeeet acrntlay, and balag a vegetable prepare
tlon.la perfectly harmlesa It le the only article
of the kind ud by the French, and la eomldered
by the Parlalan aa Indlipenaable to a perfect toilet.
Upwarda of 5f),000 botllaa were aeld dorlag tba
paat year, a enOclent guaraatae of lie efflcaey.
Price only 75 centa beat by mall, poetpald, oa re
ceipt of an order, by
BIRQER, SHUTTS A CO , Cbemlate,
mhlB'dawir au Kiver etreet, Troy M.T.
ISTBIOr OF COLUMBIA, COUN-
li ur vvAsuifluruii.aa
I hereby certify thai Jamea T.Talberl. of aald
onntT.broncbt before me fee aa aatrar treinaiBlnn.
on bla u round) a email bay bone, long awltch tail,
two hind feet white, noee whlte.baa bad a rowl la
the breast, aad laoeed under the Jaw, branded on the
left boulder, aad cancelled.
Olven oader my hand, aa one of the Justice of the
Peace la aad for aald county, thUKI.li day of Anguet,
1807 0. H,WILTUEliUEB,J.P
The ownrr of the abovedeecrlbed hone la re
qaeated to prove ble P"P'ljfT charge, and take
aim away, 'u . raLuau.,
Living oa tht road from Olanwood Cemetery
aul79t to Soldlera Home
X FRUIT JABS 1 1
Maeoa'e teienraica rroltJare,
For aala by J P UARTHOLOW,
aa 8Sw 658 Seventh atreet.
8KB TflinO PAGB.
IrtetDtatlon of n Addraae by Uermui
Cltlsene of tha United lUtta (e tht Pf ca
Ident of tha Mexican Ittpubllt
Ttittrdaj, botwetn 12 and 1 o'clock, tbt com
mlttet atpotnted to prtitnt aa adJrui to rreil-
dtnt Jdabxi, prepared by Gtrmta eltlicoi of
tbt United Etattf, called at tbt rnldeaee of tbt
MezUan Minlittr, Senor Rokibo, for tbt par
Jait prtTloni to tbt deUrtrr of tbt tddrtii a
Ittttr wai rtetlrcd tj tbt oommlttit (throajh
KAaLnimiis) from IucnARp Rokut Bldm,
of Ltlpilo, Germanj, rtqnaitlog that bli oant
bt added to tbt Hit of itinera. Mr. Clvu li a
ioq of Robiet Dliv, reformer, and member of
tbt German Parliament In 1848, bo vu bra
tallj mardtrtd by order of tbt Emperor Fbakcii
Joiipo, (brothtrofSlAitMiLiAx,)foi;bU libera
AL Roe I ib, on behalf of tbt committee, ad
drtntd tht MIniiter at follow! :
BaiOB Romebo: InDariaanotof amoitnralai
worth j obarst conferred upon nf,wtbare tbt
honor herewith to trtitnt tbroatb rou 'an ad.
drtu toPrtildtntJaartx, by therndJeal Gorman
American ciuieniot too unitea etaiti."
Tht addreii li lined by aereral thoaian! Ger
maoi from rarloni Btatee In tba Union. Addi
tional tbomandi wonld nart tndoried tbii docu
ment In order to txtend tbt tribntt of their high
titetm to tbt President of tbt Mexican Repabllo,
bad not yonr anticipated departure from Waal..
logton canitd thorn to accelerate tbtlr work.
Permit n, while wt txpren In tbtt addrtu
oar admiration for cltlien Benito Joarei, ai tht
tnllexlbla repreitntatlTt and defeoder of repub
lican principle aralnit Eoropean deinotlim. to
peak a few wordi of irmpatby In behalf of
your irequenny mirjaagea ana aeitmea nation
At hu been tht cut with Eoropean nation!
for centnrlci. io roar own people, ruled br tha
Roman Catholic) nleraroby, bare groaned under
a diigraetiai ana outrigooai bondage, which
prevented tbtlr fret and honorable development.
ab auuu aa iuib ruling laoiioo oi me onurcu WA!
at last rtmored from power, out of ana rear there
aroie a conitttntlon highly creditable to Ibt
uexioan iiaieimen, tor it u me taoat recent
model (thoroutblr democratlei and In come ra.
ipeotg loperlor to tbat of tht United States
But at tht Tory momtnt when tie Mexican
people wert abont to develop tbtmitlrai nolltl.
oally on tbt baili of thU ntw conititulloo, Ea
roptan deipoti and tbtlr blrcllngi rtepped In to
o Term row incir iiDcriiec.
Nevertheless tht Mtxlcan people, In tbtlr
protracttd itragglt hart manfully maintained
meir iretaom, ana, tntrtDy giren a tare guarao
tee of their capacity for republican lelf govern
Finallr permit ui ta txDreti ouritnara nn.
rlctlon that tbt mcceii of the rtpalllean cauie
In your country It dot to your mtit efficient
atrrlct tc Mexican ambaaiadon to tha United
otalei under rery trying elrenmatancei.
ADDRESS OP THE QERUAN CITIZENS TO PRRSI-
HOIT nOSOBBB ClTllBM AID pBBBtDKIT 1
Earopt bu beoomt tht cradle f tlrUlaaiton,
bnt not that of freedom. Tht naUorA ef Btrope,
tomprialng m bdra and AUt aaUteoaa of1
men, antr a nrnorj or ronr iLonisnorytan,
with all tbelr learning and enlightenment, their
art ana maaitry, meir eiruggie ana revoia
tioof, hart attained no higher position than
tbat of terfr, who bare no other deatlny than to
acriflct their labor In tlmt of peace and their
nvei in timo oi war to mo wnimi ana coretoui
neu of lomt vile tyrant To lira and to dlt for
and by their deipoti, thli li the blgheit honor
and duty of two hundred and fifty million! of
people, wno ought to take the lead in nmory
ana to iret an mannina in tne aerriot ana at
tht command of their tyrant!, who were be
towed npon tbem "br tht aTract of God." tbt
European!, like well trained murdereri. art trtr
ready to italn tbtlr banda with tho blood of
tnoir own aa wen at witn mat or otner natiom,
for tbt lako of uppreulog tht only power
wnton leourei nappinen ana tnt utgmty or man,
namelr. freedom. Thui ther art noworleaa.
though ruling half tho world, and barbarian! In
tht mldit of clrllliatlon. Wbilit being tht can-
trt of Intellectual culture, the lymbol of tbelr
grtainen 11 tnt cannon, wntiit may proclaim
humanity ax tht reiutt of their development,
murder, mart murder, tht murder of maiaei and
of natloni, cultivated by their maateri ai "an
art" and ' a telenet," la the aim of their ambl
tloa and tbt means of their power. He who
massacres moit effectively li their Idol, and with
tnt yoke oi numiiiation upon tucir neca, witn
which ther even burden tbemselrei to please
their crowned murdereri, they conilder trery
path a path of progreis, when it leads through
otooa, proviaea it uo not tne oiooaor meir ty
rants. Despots hart a keener eye for their Intertill,
than their lubjects bare Uhllt the people,
ohooled by faliebood and foar, In their blind
neu and itrrlle lubmlislon conilder a fret and
humane development still poislble under the
masters given "by tbo grace of GoJ," the mat
ten tbtmselrts hart long known that It Is only
In a republic, ai a community of men of equal
rlxhti. that the maiiei as well as the individual
can obtain tbt dignity of freedom and real hu
man happlnen Therefore the republic, ai the
school of this freedom and happlnen, even on
tnt otner side or tne ocean, always appeared to
tbelr watchful ores a fearful and tbrtateninir
phantom, and they only, awaited an opportunity
to exterminate the dangerous example fisra the
earth The opportunity came, when the greateit
of all republics was forced to atone In a destruc
tive civil war for long cherlihed crimes agalnit
Its own principles
The beginning of this war was the signal for
European deirotlim to send Iti horJei of mur
deren to this continent In order to remove, by
destroying American liberty, the last obitacle to
Its power and the last danger to Its existence
It firit attacked Mexico, not only became It Is a
rich country and aimatler power, but alio be
cauie It Is a neighbor of the United States Tht
overthrow of the Mexican republic was Intended
only as a preliminary step to the ruin of the
North'Amerlcan republic We mention this at
once In order to recognize Mexico, successfully
ueienaeu, as a nuiwarK oi tne uoiiou Diaioi
European demotlim could flndnobetterleador
In a crusade aa-alnat American Liberty than that
freateit of all living crtminali agalnit human
ly, bt who bad already won an undliputed mas
terinip in spreauing tyranny by ueiiroying two
republic! Ai ilnoe mediaeval tlmei tyranny
alwayi stood under tbo tpeclal protection of
"Heaven," It did not heiluio alio this tlmt to
procure for itielf the laaotlon of that retiglon
wboie principal aim Is the DroDacatlon of "lore."
and whose representatives are accustomed to uie
cannons and scaffolds iu order to apply their
love doctrine with more itriklng effect. Tbt
choien substitute of the leader In this enter
prise even made a ipeolal journoy to Home, for
the purpoie of receiving from the hand of tht
"Sucocsior of Chrlit" and tht "Kepreientatlrt
of God on Earth" the benediction on that chris
tian bead, which afterwards dictated the love
breathing decree to shoot down without delay
like felons every patriot and friend of freedom.
Equipped with tbt blesilogi of the Church,
Ibis murderer of republic! disembarked bla mer
ctnarlei on your shore under the most covtardly,
and hypocritical pretext, and ha. log by means
of an Initdloui breach of treaty advanced to the
Interior, he at I ait threw off bit maik and
openly began bis work of eubjugatlon, being
welcomed and supported by the treachery of
those who in your country alio have so sueoeis
full j cultivated the "Doctrine of Lore." The
flnt result obtained by such infamous meani,
filled him with tbt moit preiumptuoui certainty
of tbt succeii of bli far-reaching undertaking
which be called In one of big letters to chief-ex
teatlontr Forty, "tht moit srlorloui of bli
J reign." Taking u a standard bis European ex-
1--3 (..-. . 1..J ..J At.-. ..
rierieacva, winmi; u uu jjiutoi lau e. reeo
att wickedness, by meant of fear and corrup
tion, can momentarily accomplish things the
moit inoonetiraoie, nt, uxt nn Amman "alter
ego," tmploytd trery form of barbatlim and
dtcett, of violence and faliebood, of Intimida
tion and seduction. Patrlotlim was considered
1 1 each try, and treachtry patriotism. Tht tort
of freedom wai denounced as a deadly crime
and Tilt lerrUIty was landed ai tht blgheit
civil virtue. The blood of an almost defenct
ltn ptoplt flowtd In i trt ami through tht it rests
of devastated cities, that ptoplt who bad giren
no provocation, and whole only crime wai un
wllllngntii to bt madt tht tnthuilastts start of
a foreign robber and murderer. Their chosen
leader who refuted to set tht murperi' crown
upon tht ourst laden bead of the murderer of
his country, escaped death only btcauie none of
his countrymen was io base as to covet the re
ward which foreign tyranny bad offered for bis
And yet this terrible power, threatening death
and dostruotlon to all Iti oppoients, and offering
rewards and distinctions to Its part Irani, was
crushed by tht rtslstanet of a small ptoplt, who,
almost without any arms, or any organization,
and without tupport from any other nation, had
to Cgbt five ytara uninterruptedly for their exist
tnce, while enduring tht greateit sufferings and
privations. We do not wtih to flatter this people,
became we know tbelr deficiencies. But they
owe there deficiencies to the rery despotism
which tries to rt-cnitave them, and to that same
priesthood whleh has again made common came
with this despotism And they ctrtatnly deserve
the highest acknowledgment, and awaken the
belt hopes for their future, because they have,
notwithstanding theie deficiencies, shown them
stives competent to maintain tbtlr Indcpindsnet
and tbtlr republican conititntltn again it lhat
Sowtrfal deipotiim, which bu been supported,
Irectly or indirectly, by every aonierratlrt
power on earth. However ail theie exertions and
sacrifices would have been In rain bad this peo
ple not been led by a man to whom despair was
unknown; who, under the most fearfal trials,
knew how to suitaln the hopes and to preierro
tht harmony of bis compatriots, and whose cour
age and persereranee, whose patriotism and firm
ness of principle were even greater than the une
qualled difficulty of his position.
For all this, moit honored cltlinn and Presi
dent, tho undenlgned ettlsens of the United
States cannot refrain from txpreiilng to you
their acknowledgment and admiration At the
same time accept our liocereit gratitude for the
service you hare rendered the Kepublio In gen
eral and jmtlce demands this avowal the Re
public of North America In particular, by the
salvation of the Mexican republic.
Even If It should be true which, however,
wonld require to be futly eitabllihed .that It
was not the hopelesinen of the French eater
prlie, but tbt timid diplomacy of tbt United
Elates, which compelled your principal enemy
to withdraw, before the power of reiiitance of
your people became exporei to exuauitioo, we
conilder your merit! not leu praiseworthy.
For without your pertinacious and effective re
slstance the rictorloui power of the invasion
would have been ready to sopport the rebellion
of the treacberom slaveholders at the time
when the wavering fate of the United States
might have been decided by luch a dangeroui
But as the conduct of your war with Ui lm
cartant results deserve! our highest acknowl
draant and admiration, ao hai tht act with
whleh yon concluded It our entire content and
BTjerorat. Wt feel the more Impelled to ex-
prte lata parUeulaily, beono.se that same act
BIT brought Upon yoa unlimited oDar from
other parties Yon tonld not but expect thli
censure, ana to ere tore we value jour moral
oo a raira the more To defr nrevnJllnr ttrela.
dices, and so called pubtlo opinion by fulfilling
one's amy ana maintaining tne right is often
far greater heroism, tuan a neroio action on the
battue Held ioat Ibe execution or a criminal
born In the purple has created a storm of rage
among his worthy colleagues and their pttlful
toois, u not to oe wonaerea ni; out mat even
European representatives of liberty could forget
themselves so far as to Intercede for iueh an
Calender, muit fill above alt tboie republicans.
who know European deipttism from their own
experience, witn no leu indignation man mat
the (rreat er part of the pren and the potltlolani
In the United State! ilioutd bare taken part
against you because you have Impressed the
Monroe uocirtno on European usurpers witn
bloodr words, the only ones that princes un
dentand But all true republicans stand by
you. They praise your flrmnen and yourwli.
dom, which perceived what wai due to the
republic and to Justice. You have taught tbt
king, who since the tlmt of Louis XVI. bad
lost all sense of responsibility, to measure the
greatneis of their guilt and their crimes by
applying corresponding means of punishment
You hare shown the nation! bow to treat those
crowned criminal!, who hitherto could trample
with Impunity npon them and wallow In their
blood You have overthrown the "old jmtlce"
of lublecti and slaves, which haogi the leaser
criminal! and let! the greater go. You have
demonitrated the difference between a nation of !
subjects, who are treated by a royal villain like
a drove of cattle, and tbat of a nation of repub
licani, In wboie territory he can only appear In
order to lose bis head with bis uiurped crown
Ur bavins put tne earthly godi on tue otner
side of the ocean in a poiltlon powerlen to wit
neu the execution of one of their caite like an
abandoned criminal, you bare destroyed the
nimbuiof omnipotence, In which they were ao
tomed to defy all retribution eren for their moit
helnom deed! A faithful agent of Nomeils.
you have proved to mankind that Justice still
exiiti, while, if you had shown younelf to be
weak, rou would bare Impressed upon the sub
jects in Europe, the pernlctom belief, that
amongit repuoucani aiso a prinoeiy title wouu
lecure tne privilege ot inviolability.
What does the clamor of your enemies amount
to In the pretence of luoh merit!? Who are
they' They aro, next to the public enemies by
pro fen ton, traitors, and princely tools, those bold
"statesmen of liberty" who make their morals
and their notions depend upon the dictates of the
deadly enemies of freedom, they are the hlh
principled inhabitants of a republican territory
who only became republicans became they
had no chance to be royalists, tbey are those
sentimental moralists, who with the greatest
calmnen can iee a princely murderer wallow In
the blood of a nation, but who would overflow
with companion when the murderer himself Is
hurt; they are tboso Christian humanitarians,
who consider It humane to grant a license to
every representative of barbarism, tbey are those
Incomparable logician!, who betleve tbat they
serve Justice when they shelter from juttloe the
destroyer of every right, they are those nobte
aonls, whose generosity for a criminal increases
with the enormity of hii crimei, tbey are those
Impartial philanthropists, who, at the thought of
the momentary lufferlngi of a criminal at hii
execution, loie all remembrance of the dreadful
tortures brought upon a whole people for years
br the moit infamous outrajres. ther aro those
careful defender! of morality, who allow the prlv
ilege of crime to thoie who have the greateit in
clination and the greatest power to commit it
they are those lneittmaDit ana "practical"
friends of peace, who think to maintain peace
and freedom by acknowledging the deitroyen of
both if they succeed In their attempts while
ther cltr them as "unfortunate" In ease of HI
success, ti if they bad to bo encouraged to try
meir "lortune- again
Happy you, and happy the republic, that tht
rolcei of all tboie bad counsellor! and false
frlendi were unheeded by you? May the Mexi
can republlo now find peace, and may It prosper
on the grave of that tyrant who meant to destroy
it. Whilst we close with thli with, we must still
expresi one regret namely.that It was not in your
power to free mankind also from that most atro
cloui and moit daogerous of all iti enemlei.ftom
that moral monster, who set in operation tho
murderous design agalnit your country, and (ot
whom tht most distinguished cation of Europe
In Iti shameful degradation could not yet find a
Senor Hokbro gracefully received tbt ad
dress, and thanked the gentlemen for tbtlr sym
pathies txpresstdwlth tbt Mexican people. Ht
said be appreciated the address the more highly
became It came from men who had been born
under the Iron heel of despotism, and who could,
consequently, tbt better appreclatt tbt blessiags
of liberty. Such men wert more to bt honored
than those who had been born In a republic j
they had bttn tried and found not wanting, and
could always bt relied npon. Ht spokt highly
or tht addrtu, and said It was an able docu
ment. THE DEPARTMENTS.
- ... ...
Ttravat Pnlnnal TT C TXT- J 1 i I
mttttd to delay reporting at headquarters' be-
ysitiuaut vet. hu nt oi xioTtmoer.
Post Chaplains Joseph Hurlbut and E. G
Gear, retired from actlvt itrrlct.
Second Lieutenant 8. F, Hamilton, 2d ear
airy, SO days' delay.
Second Lieutenant John T. Deweese, 8th In
fantry, resignation accepted.
xirsi jjieuionani -jonn o. u Btepneuson, com
pany L 4th artillery, and First Lieutenant 0. M.
Michel), company E 17th Infantry, transferred.
Captain W. B Armstrong A. O m m.
C..- . T T T.T ..."' . .V"
ju nevus .. AiiiiLQi.Rr, a i. uwaniweider,
Wm. R, DtWltt. N. K. Uon. Robert Fleteher
C. J. Kipp, J. W. Applegate, and Assistant
Surgeon Patrick Gennan, mustered out
Brevet Colonel J. 11. Collins, 2d infantry, bu
Colonel A J. Mver. chief adrnal offlaar ta ap.
dered to Washington and to take charge of
First Lieutenant A. Oeddes, 40th Infantry,
hu 20 days' delay.
Qlabteruastbr Gexeral's OrriCK Tha
following has Jait been Issued The division
organisation of this office, heretofore existing, is
broken up, and the dutiei thereof will be per
ivTiuau, unaur me direction ana ny orasr oi tnt
Quartermaster General, by the following named
1 Brevet Major General Charles Tbomu,
United States Armr. (Retired.) will here -Wra
of tbo examination and analysis of the money
accounts of officers making and rendering re
turn! of public moneyi received, expended and
remaining on band on account of tne Quarter
master Department, of accounti of officers for
Quartermaster property received, Iisued, ex
pended and remaining on hand, and of the
transmission of the accounts to the proper ac
counting officers of the Treuury, and be will
also hare charge or all estimates for public
puty quartermaster general, United States army,
will transact the ordinary bualncii of this offioe
connected with ill supplies, regular and miscel
laneous, of the Quartermaster Department, ex
ceptlcg clothing and equipage, and for barracki
and quarters, and will bare charge of all clalmi
presented to.the quartermaster ireneral fjr iuah
J. u re vet Urigadler General Alexander J.
Perry, quartermaster, United States army, will
transact the ordinary business or this office In
connection with thectothlns: and eamn and car.
rlson equipage of the army, tbt examination
aou aoaiyin oi tne property accounti or office n
making and rendering return! for clothing and
camp and gorrlion equipage to tht office of the
quuifrmuwr genera, ana oi me iranamlselon
n--" - a.-" .-. v. bbp utiuiiuniuB
of the same to tbt proper aeooanUag offletre of
.H BIBHUIJ, BAU4 UB Will QT OBBrgV 01 BJ1
tlalms presented to the tuartermaster xeneral
for such clothing and equipage, of all reports of
.uipec.ioa nnu xioaras oi ourrer relating to
this Department, and of General and Special
Orders pertaining to this offioe.
4 Breret Brffadier General Jamaa J Tlana
Quartermaster United States Armr. will tr.r,..
mvh iu? vrumarj Daiiaeaj oi mis o in co in connec
tion wtth the transportation of tha arm , it.
supplies, and will hare charge of all claims pre
sented to the Quartermaster General growing
uu vi iucu ecrTicv, oi eii amies pertaining to
railroad and tetegrapb Unci operated by the
United States, and of collections from indebted
railroad companies of arrears due the United
States by said compantes on account of tht pur
chase or railroad property.
5 Breret Brigadier General Benjamin C
Card, Assistant Quartermaster United States
army, will transact the ordinary business of the
office connected with barrack, quarters, hospital
buildings, store houses, stables, bridges, (other
than railroad bridges) and cemeteries, and will
hare charge of all claims presented to the Qaar
termaster General for supplies and serrices con
nected therewith, and of all elalma nraaant-M. far
mileage or transportation of officers and for Inci
dental allowances and be will also hare charge
of the records of the office.
6. All communications pertaining to the
Quartermaster General's office, or relating to
tbo duties thereof, will be addi-aii. in tha
Quartejmaster General as heretofore
D U IlircKKn,
Breret Major General U. S Army,
Acting Quartermaster General
TDK SlSUCtnAYlfAII Dlmatchat frnm Tt...
Admiral Palmer, commanding North Atlantic
squadron, dated on the United Stntea (lauiMnRn..
iuehannab, Auguit 12, announce his presence In
.iplnwall The United States steamers Monon
gahela and Saoo were alio in port, all well
AlfAins It CoLOUDIA Dlinatehaa meetr,!
at the Nary Department, yesterday, from Adm'
ral Palmer, at Aspinwall, announce that up to
tho 12th instant New Grenada and the whole of
Colombia was quiet Tha latest advlcei at the
iitnmui lrom Uogota reporte 1 no news of inter
Nan BtTLLBTIl IlJlncbed ABiIitanl Par.
master Healy, Acting Master Mimpion, Acting
Master Sommen, Actio,- Lnsign Flamming, de
tached from the Punrtor and nut on wnitlm?
orderi Mate O'Connor, Mate Strant, detached
from tho Purveyor, the firmer ordered to the
Shaw ui ut, and the lttttfr to tbo Vermont
Discharged .etlnj I. aligns Manning and A
0 Chllds. b
GEIEnAL LlM) Of Hi K C.immlaslnnaf WIT.
son, of the General Land Office, has just re
celvedfrom the Surveyor Ueneral, at ban Fran
cisco, the returns of the Surreyor of townships
21 and 31, north run ft e. lit eaitand north range
2d east of Mount Dlable meridian, Butte county,
California, conrerlcg an area of W 057 acres
Portion! of the prWalo land grants of Agna
Frlas, iarwell, Solano Seco, Agnes and Arrogo
Chlco, embracing aa area of 85,230 acrei fall
within the Unci of this surrey
The surveyed landi are well watered by tht
Chlco and Little Butte creeks, and numsroui
email iloughi or rarlnri Tbo land Is mostly
lerel and oorered with Urge oak timber, and the
greater portion ouulde of private grants, Is
taken up by actual settUri The soil li exceed
lngty productive, the wboat crop ranging from
"io iw uuiaeis per ncro About two thirds oi
ono of the townships botn cultivated princi
pally with that grain The towo of Chlco is
situated on thli tract an I obtains two hotels,
several targe store! nnl nn extensive flouring
Latest rnou Oirun Tlio Commlialnn.. nr
Indian Affairs ii In rr ij t of the following dii
patch from Superintendent H B, Deuman
Okaiu, Himtmi, ADg 21,1507
"I lent ten Ind in runners yeiterday from
North Platte with I e in a olTartrtr-a tn (h. kn.,u.
campi south of the 1'latte On tha samo day
hpottod Tail, with nine hundred and fifty
friendly Sioux by the consent or the Oommii.
slon, started on a butTalo hunt Tbey went
off well pleased, promising to return to meet the
Commlnloneri In twenty Jays on North Platte "
Tut. Italian Parliament, lum i.n rn.
OS TBX rOTOMAC,
n.tDiB Tin ADsricu or thx
BXCIItTX IACBT CLUB.
Til. BatattA will aarna ar .a tha IU of ADOUST,
Al 11 m , Aal la paa for Soata BBiar twaaly.BTa
faal. v. mlBBla. allawad aeaardla. la rata far aaah
Tara. prliAA ta Ba flvai, tIi I
Oaa of rmr dollars.
Oaa of TniRTT.PI B DOLLAttS.
Oaa af TWIflTT-riTI DOLLAR".
Ba.l. c.B ba a.Ur.J .1 th. h.aAaBArtara af IL.
Bara.tl.Clab, foolafBaTaatB atraat
QIOBOI A niCELXS, Traa.arar.
TLTIifa CLOUD, )
EOBIRT X LI1, ! Bt aaorta yf. Harrl.an.
OIOSOI w. UAtEISOJf, J
BXUKITTI Br Bmaall.C lab.
OXITHOUSD Bt Dr. L.X. KAAtarb.H.
"""ao'Jb, i BrCart.W.I.Btaw.rl,
,..By CapC BtcboUoB.
MA JOB WATTS, "
ABBIE DAVIA. .......
Tbla Club challengaa any Boat under twenty feet,
allowing two mlnntee to the foot, for Fifty Dollare.
For farther partlculare ltialre of
OEoftQE A. SHECELES,
Corner Twelfth Street and Ohio Avenne,
OriS EVERY VIOHT WITH A ORAKD YARIETT
ffoae bat (he beat taJtnt engaged. Star appear la
J. L. DAVIS.
RAND NATIONAL AOniCUL-
TO BE HELD ON THE VATIOlt AL RACE COURSE,
WASHIKQTOIT, D. C,
Commencing Uosdat, the 23th day of October, 18C7,
aad contlanlBg up le tht lota of aorember
rRIMIUM LISTS lit VONET AltD UEDAL8,
Amounting to 120,000, will bt awarded.
Tkt vremtam Uete will be elemd and advertised
la fall at tht next meeting of tht AaaodeUon.
Tne Haaagara are bow mating arrangement u
Bccnrt tbt atteadaact of moat of the celebrated trot
ting aad running horaea bow ea the tarf, and deUn
iklnx thla br rar the moat acceptable Exhibition
that haa ever taken place la the United Statee
air rAwyarr, me owner or vcxier, ana oiner
eetlemeaof good Jndgment,bnve pronounced the
rational Ctnrae the fattest Course la the eoaotrr
when Dexter trotted over II last fall. Mr. Mofflt. the
proprietor, la doing everylblag la hla power la the
way of gradlag and excavating to reader It atlll
better. lie la alao gulag the lnalde training Course
for running home, aad preparing new table, abode,
Ae , for tht accommodation of npwnrda of Ave hun
dred head of atoik.aad for the dlaplay of agricul
tural laatramente and mechanism.
Tba rouowitg genuBn nave neca selected aa
Jodgaafor the elaiil (cation of the different atock
and agricultural implement, and the awarding of
Hon Richard WaJlach.
Joha Yaa Klsw.ck,Eq
B L. Jackson, "
dae-rea tLQldeoa "
Col J 0 Bet-ret
Thoc E, Clark, Esq ,
Thomaa Berry, "
Jee Toang, "
Uajov A, A. KleaoleoB,
J. r. Bartholow, Eq ,
Jaha T. Price, "
1' Flemmlag, M
A Naylor. "
C Wendell, "
Elbert Clageit, "
Ur Benaon, Hat Hotel,
Frank Brnadaar,Eiq ,
J II Scmmee, "
B Heme, "
Charlta Kloman, "
Jaa D. Hendlay, "
Bryaa Oreen, "
Charlea Godfrey, "
C Campbell, "
J. C Wlllard,
A Rod ler,
John Lang, "
Jama Steel, '
George Whitney, "
Wm Holt. '
Bamuel Wroe, M
John Howard, "
Oeorge KJlHarJ, "
Dr. U Sylreeter,
W. 11 UenkUUr,
O T flrker,
B I Baker.
W II fjerch,
fm B I
J C. Afarborr.
Major 0. T. Slag,
J, A Mag ruder,
A K Bhepberd,
Wm E Clarkt,
n 8 Uaraea,
Wm J Doaohoe,
Job W Angna,
D V. Burr,
Wm Hi il,
Jamea 8 h reeve,
H. L Joaea,
Colonel Odes Bowie, Richard HU),
frank lluu. B4 .
General Walter Mitchell,
Hoe Benjamin Harris.
William F Berry, Eai
William V Uoule, "
Colonel John Kerry man,
Martina Dotal, E i
A Johneon, H
Colonel Thomaa Bowie,
S W. Berry, Eq ,
Hon John M Bolts, John Baltter, Esq ,
UtJorTboa W. Da wall, Col. Richard Dleklaaoa
Colonel O. P. Hare Cyrus Martin, Eat).
J U. riice.En, J.H. Dcvel),Eq.,
James L. Orr, H. C.PembertoD.
Georgia Joahna B ni!I,Eii
Florida Hon 8 A Meliory
Alabama J U McKlaley, Ei
LouUlaua Joha II Cowea.Bti.
Teaneesec Emereon Elhrldge, Lei)
Kentucky It, A Alexander, K
MlfUlpl A 0 Brown, Eal
Arkanaaa Robert Jobneon,!;.)
Missouri Henry Oontd.Enj
kanaai William Bra Jan, it
Bebraska Hon Mr Wortblogton.
lawa H E Dodge, Esq
Wisconsin J OMpb J King, Ra i
Minnesota Thomaa I1 Smith.
Nevada Jamea A Atkinson
Oregon Hon Rofua Mallory.
J. 11 Marllndala,
Jamea W Hoyt
II B an Yorhuec
Q Y Lawrence,
John L Kreppe,
a, r, niniin!
Maine Colonel lemenaen
New Hampshire R linrkc
Blasaarhnielts Colonel B V Faore
Rhode I.land Coloaal Amain tipragae.
Conneetlcnt -Hen Charles L English
Hew Jersey Hal TownenJ
Delaware Hon Wlllard SaaUbiry.
Ohio Colonel E G Conger
Indiana Colonel W.p Deanle.
Illinois General J A. Logan.
The Ll'lof Pre ml u me to be awarded will be ad
vertised la a few daya
All ownera of rannlm anA tmiilair imr... . i
thorough bred atock, and manufacturer of agrUul
Inral liu piemen t a aad machaaUu, will have nn up
PorlUnllV of axhlbltlar anthiirann Utn thavlriiiliv
of Ibe National Capitol
ai necessary arraagtmente will be made U ruJ?r
Offlcera will be aelected at the next mee log of the
Auoclatlon'and duly publlebed.
au7-lf General baperlntendeat
A8HINGTON CITY O.VKDK.V
TM proprietor of thla well known and popular
flaea of resort deelrea to call the attention ot .of u
Lone, Sbhoola, and private panic wishing to give
pie nice, Ac , to the
WASHINGTON CITY GARDEN,
It ta located on the corner of New York aveauc and
Flrat ctreet west, la eaey of access, and le batlr, c ol,
and pleasant it la supplied with aboot'ng g eiirla,
ton-pin alleyc, hobby horsca, Ao Uefresbtuent of
all kinds, and of the best quality, fural.beJ at the
lowest ratoe There la alio a flat daoslas r-llo
the Oardea. The proprietor plJtM bltu. t to pleaae
all who may apply.
A cool irriBjr or pure waier ia - -.
ivv. .t m. vi r - tri ir J li ill if EM it T
-iTniAI'l'INU I'AI'KR FOR 8ALK
at Tiiis orriox.