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THE REPUBLIC. _ niTCV v A. v. HIILLITT * JOHN ?. NAHU1CNT. PVILUmu BY Q ID BON A Co TKRMH OF THE DAILY AND TRI WEEKLY. Fur the Daily paper, per annum . . . $10 00 For the Tri-weekly, " 00 Fur three copies of the Tri- weekly 16 00 TERMS OF THE WEEKLY. Mingle subscription for one year . . . $ 2 00 Mix copies, for one year 10 00 Sixteen copies, for one year 20 00 t Twenty-five copies, for one year, (wheu ordered at one and the same time) . . 26 00 No paper will be sent until the money is received. OAcc of Com. General of Subsistence, Washington, July 11, 1849. K SEPARATE PROP08ALM will be received at ; U this office until the first day of October next, for the delivery of provisions in Dulk, for the use of I the troops of tne United States, upon inspection, as I follow*: I Jit New Orleans Barracks, Louisiana. I, 170 l>arreU of Dork THE REPUBLIC. ?MB??????????gggaaagBBB 11 11 aBBBHiiwBMBWWBWMBWWMMMMBMWMMMMM? ? ? ??. . . BHggBee DAILY. __________ Vol. I. WASHINGTON: MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1849. No. 45 260 barrets of freah superfine flour 110 bushels of uew white field beaux 1 >752 pouuds of good hard soap 440 pouuds of good hard sperm candles 28 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 440 gallons of good cider vinegar At Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 86 barrels of pork 125 barrels of fresh superfine flour 55 bushels of new* white field beans 876 pounds of good hard soap 220 pounds of good hard sperm candles 14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 220 gallons of good cider vinegar Jit Fort Woody Louisiana. 85 barrels of pork 125 barrels of fresh superfine flour 55 bushels of new white field beans 876 pounds of good bard soap 220 pounds of good hard sperm candles 14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 220 gallons uf good cider vinegar At Fort Pike, Louisiana. 86 barrels of pork 125 liarrels of fresh superfine flour 55 bushels of new white field beans 876 pounds of good hard soap 220 pounds of good hard sperm candles 14 bushels of good clean ary fine salt 220 gallons of good cider vinegar At Fort Brooke, Tampa Bay, Florida. \ 170 barrels of pork 250 barrels of fresh superfine flour I I A kuuknla Af n our ushlts* Ks?ia tlfl 1,752 pounds of good hard soap 440 pounds of good hard sperm candles 28 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 440 gallons of good cider vinegar At Key West, Florida. 85 barrels of pork 125 barrels of fresh superfine flour 56 bushels of new white field beans 876 pounds of good hard soap 220 pounds of good hard sperm candles ) 14 Dushels of good clean dry fine salt 220 gallons of good cider vinegar Jit Fort Pickens, or Barrancas, Pensacola, Florida. 170 barrels of pork 250 barrels of fresh superfine flour 110 bustiels of new white field beans 1,752 pounds of good hard soap 440 pounds of good hard sperm candles 28 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 440 gallons of good cider vinegar Jit Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Florida. 85 barrels of pork 125 barrels of fresh superfine flour 56 bushels of new white field beans 876 pounds of good hard soap 220 pounds of good hard sperm candles 14 Dushels of good clean dry fine Bait 220 gallons of good cider vinegar At the Public Landing, six miles from Fort . Towson, mouth of the Chiemichi. 340 barrels of pork 220 bushels of new white field beans .1,604 pounds of good hard soap 880 pounds of good hard sperm candles 56 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 880 gallons of good cider vinegar The wliole to be delivered in all the month of i April, 1850; and to leave Natchitoches by the mtiL n 1 IQU1 zwm ruuriuirjf, tow. At Fort Smith., Arkansas. 510 barrel* of pork 330 bushel* of new white field bean* 5,266 pound* of good hard soap 1.340 pound* of good hard aperm candle* 84 bushel* of good clean dry fine milt 1,320 gallon* of good cider vinegar The whole to be delivered in all May, I860. At Fort Snelling, St. Peters. 256 barrel* of pork 376 barrel* of fresh superfine flour 165 bushel* of new white field bean* *2,628 pounds of good hard soap 964 pounds of good hard tallow candle* 42 bushel* of good clean dry fine salt 660jrallon* of good cider vinegar The whole to be delivered m>in the 16th May, I860, to the 15th June, 1850. I At Fort (iaineSy mouth of Crow wing river, 130 miles above Fo t Snelling. I HO barrel* pork 266 barrel* of fresh superfine flour 120 bushel* of new white field bean* 1,840 pounds of good hard soap 690 pound* of good hard tallow caudle* 35 bushel* of good clean dry fine salt 466 gallon* of good cider vinegar The whole to De delivered from the 16lh May, I860, to the 16th June, 1850. At Jeffe son Barracks} Missouri. 850 barrels of pork I ,'250 barrels of freah superfine flour 560 bushels of new white field beans 8,760 pound* of good hard soap 2.200 pounds of good hard sperin < audit * 140 bushels of good clean ory fine salt 2,200 gallons of good rider vinegar At Fort Leavenworth, Missouri river. 170 barrels of pork 546 barrels of fresh superfine flour 230 bushels of new white field beans 7 kkA fwutnrlaitf muwl Knr/I uimn 1.37ft pound* of good hard talfriw candle* 60 bushel* of good clean dry fine salt 226 gallon* of good rider vinegar The whole tone delivered by the l*t June, 1860. At Fort Scott, on the Mnrmaton river, Missouri?70 miles land transportation from Independence, on the Missouri river. 180 barrel* of pork Jbft barrel* of fresh superfine Hour 120 bu*hel* of new white Held bean* 1,840 pound* of good hard *oap W0 pound* of good hard tallow candle* 36 bushel* of good clean dry fine unit 406 gallon* of good cider vinegar, The whole to fir delivered by the l*t June, I860. Jit Oglethorjte Barracks, Strcannah, Georgia. 86 barrel* of pork 126 barrel* of fresh superfine flour 66 bunhel* of new white field bean* 876 pound* of good hard snap 22? pound* ni good hard *perm candle* I 14 bushel* of good clean dry fine *alt 220 gallon* of good cider vinegar At August a Arsenal, Augusta, Georgia. 86 barrel* of pork 126 l*%rrel* of fresh *uperflne flour 66 bushel* of new white field hean* M76 pound* ol ?pi?xi na.ro aoap 220 pound* of good hard aperm candle* M nuahel* of good clean dry fine aalt WO era I Ion* of good cider vinegar Jii Fort Moultrie, Charleston, South Carolina. 170 tmrrela of pork tMO barrel* of freah aupcrfine flour 110 huahel* of new white field beana 1,762 ponnda of (food hard anap 440 pound* of good hard aperm candle* 2* Itualicl* of good dean dry fine ??lt 440 gallon* of food cider vinegar Jit Fort Macon, Henufort, North Carolina. *6 harrela of pork 126 harrela of freah aupcrfine flour 66 buahela of new white field heana *76 pound* of g<**l hard anap 220 pound* of good hard aperm candle* 14 huabela of good clean dry fine aalt 220 gallon* of good rider vinegar .it Fort Johnston, Smithville, North Car, olina. M6 liarrel# of pork J26 barrel* of freah aupcrfine flour "66 bushels of new white field bean* 876 pounds of good hard soap 220 pounds of good hard apermfandle* 14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 220 gallons of good rider vinegar At Fort Monroe, Old Point Comfort, Va. 170 barrels of pork 260 do of Iresh superfine Hour 110 bushels of new white field beans 1,762 pounds of good hard soap 666 do of good hard tallow randies 28 bushels Of good clean dry fine salt 440 gallons of good cider vinegar At Fort Washington, Maryland. 170 barrels of pork 260 do of iresh superfine flour 110 bushels of new white field beans 1,762 pounds of good hard soap 666 do of good bard tallow candles 28 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 440 gallons of good cider vinegar At Fort McHenry, near Baltimore, Met. 170 barrels of pork 260 do of fresh superfine flour 110 bushels of new white field beans 1,762 pounds of good hard soap 666 do of good hard tallow candles 28 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 440 gallons of good cider vinegar At Fort Mifflin, Pennsylvania. 86 barrels of pork 126 do of fresh superfine Aour 66 bushels of new white field beans 876 pounds of good hard soap 328 do of good hard tallow candles 14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 220 gallons of good cider vinegar At Fort Hamilton, Narrows, N. Y. Harbor. 170 barrels of pork 260 do of fresh superfine flour 110 bushels of new white field beans 1,762 pounds of good hard soap 666 do of good hard tallow candles 28 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 440 gallons of good cider vinegar At Fort Lafayette, Narrows, N. Y. Harbor. 86 barrels of pork 126 do of fresh superfine flour 56 bushels of new white field beans 876 pounds of good hard soap 328 do of good hard tallow candles 14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 220 gallons of good cider vinegar At Fort Columbus, Governor's Island, New York Harbor. 256 barrels of pork 375 do of fresh superfine flour 165 bushels of new white field beans 2,028 pounds of good hard soap 984 do of good hard tallow candles 42 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 660 gallons of good cider vinegar At Plattsburg Barracks, Plattsburg, New York. 86 barrels of pork 125 do of Irtish superfine flour 56 bushels of new white field beans 876 pounds of good hard soap 328 do of good hard tallow candles 14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 220 gallons of good cider vinegar At SackeVs Harbor, New York. 170 barrels of pork 250 do of fresh superfine flour 110 bushels of new white field beans 1,752 pounds of good hard soap 656 do of good bard tallow candles 28 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 440 gallons of good cider vinegar One-half on 1st of June, I860; remainder in all October, 1860. At Fort Ontario, Oswego, New York. 86 barrels of pork 126 do of fresh superfine flour 66 bushels of new whits field beans 876 pounds of good hard soap 328 do of good hard tallow candles 14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 220 gallons of good cider vinegar One-half on 1st of June, 1860; remainder in all October, I860. At Fort Niagara, New York. 86 barrels of pork 126 do of fresh superfine flour 56 bushels of new white field beans 876 pounds of good hard soap 328 do of good hard lallow candles 14 bushels of good clean dry fine salt 220 gallons of good cider vinegar One-half on 1st of June. 1860*. remainder in all October, I860At Detroit Barracks, Detroit, Michigan 170 b*rrrla of pork 260 do of fresh superfine flour 110 buahel* of new white field bean* 1,762 pound* of good hard *uap 666 do of good hard tallow candle* 28 buahel* of good clean dry fine salt 440 gallon* of good rider vinegar One-half on 1st of June, I860; remainder in all October, I860. At Fort Gratiot, Michigan. 86 barrel* of pork 126 do of fresh aupcrfbie flour 66 bushel* of new white Held bean* 876 pound* of good hard *oap 928 do of good hard tallow candle* 14 buahel* of good rlean dry fine salt 220 gallon* of good rider vinegar One-half on 1st of June, I860; remainder in all ; Ortober, I860. At Fori Mackinac, Michigan. 86 barrel* of pwk 126 do of lrc*h superfine ftour 66 buahel* of new white field bean* 876 pound* of good hard *oap 328 do of good hard tallow candle* 14 bushel* of good clean dry fine salt 220 gallon* of good rider vinegar One-half on 1st of June, I860; remainder by the 16th of September, 1860. At Fort Brady, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 86 barrels of pork 126 barrel* of freah miperfine flour 56 buahel* of new white Arid bean* 876 pound* of good hard a*p S2H pound* of good hard tallow caudle* 14 buahel* of good clean dry fine *alt 220 gallon* of good rider vinegar One-half on the l?t June, I860; remainder by 16th September, I860. At Fort Trumbull, JWtt London., Connecticut. HA barrel* of pork 126 barrel* of freah miperfine flour 66 buahel* of new white field bean* 876 pound* of good hard auap . 328 pound* of good hard tallow randle* 14 rniahel* of good clean dry fine *alt 220 gallon* of good cider vinegar Jit Fort Jhiame, Mevrpo t} Rhode Island. 426' barrel* of pork 026 barrel* of freah *unerfine flour 276 buaheU of new white field bean* i 4,380 pound* of good hard *oap j 1.040 pound* of good hard tallow candle* 70 rniahel* of good clean dry inc *alt 1,100 gallon* of good eider vinegar At Fort Constitution^ Portsmouth, Mew Hampshire. 86 barrel* of nork 126 barrel* of frcah ?up?*ifii>? flour 66 buahel* of new while field bran# 876 pound* of gi>od hard *o*p Wl pound* of good hard tallow candle# 14 mi*hel* of good clean dry fine *alt '220 gallon* of good cider vinegar Jit Fort Preble, Portland, Mmne. 86 barrel* of pork 1'26 barrel* of frc*h uperfine flour 66 bu?h*l? of new whit* field bean* 876 pound* of good hard *uap .124 pound* of good hard tallow candle* 14 tiuabel* of good clean dry fine *alt 220 gallon* of good cider vinagar Jit Fort Sullivan, Eaetpori, Maine. 86 barrel* of pork 126 barrel* of freab auperfln* flour 66 buiheli of new white field beans 876 pounds of good hard soap 838 pounds of good hard tallow caudles 14 Bushels of good clean dry fine salt 330 gallons of good cider vinegar Nora.?All bidders are requested to extend the amount of their bids for eacn article, and exhibit the total amount of each bid. The periods and quantities of each delivery at those posts where they are not specified, will be, one-fourth 1st June, 1st September, 1st December, 1860, and 1st March, 1861. The hogs of which the pork is packed to be fattened on corn, and each hog to weigh pot less than two hundred pounds, excluding the feet, legs, ears, and snout. Bide pieces may be substituted for the hams. The pork is to be first salted with Turk's Island salt, and then carefully packed with the same article, in pieces not exceeding eight pounds each. When the packing has been completed, the contractor must furnish to this office a certificate from the packer that the pork has been so salted and packed. The pork is to becontained in seasoned heart of white oaa barrels, full hooped ; the beans and salt in barrels, and the soap and candles in strong boxes, of convenient sixe lor transportation. Salt will only be received By measurement of thirty-two quarts to the bushel. The candles to have cotton wicks. The provisions fur St. Peter's and Fort Gaines must pass St. Louis for their ultimate destination, in the first week of April, 1860; and the stores for Fort Gaines must pass St. Peter's uy me isi June, ioou. a lanure in inis particular will be considered a breach of contract, and the Department will be authorized to purchase to supply these poets. The provisions win be inspected at the time and place of delivery, and all expenses to be paid by contractors until they are deposited at sucn store-houses as may be designated by the agents of the Department. The Commissary General reserves the privilege of increasing or diminishing the quantities, or of dispensing with any or all articles required at any post, at any time before entering into contract; and also of increasing or reducing the quantities of each delivery one-third subsequent to contract, on giving sixty days' previous notice. Bidders, not heretofore contractors, are required to accompany their proposals with evidence of their ability, together with the names of their sureties, whose responsibility must be certified by the district attorney, or by some person well known to the Government; otherwise tneir proposals will not be acted on. Advance! cannot 6* made in any esse, and emidence qf inevection and full delivery will be requiredat Util office before rcfuiniim will be made agon the Treasury for payment; which will be effected in such mimic money as mav be convenient to the mints of delivery, the places of purchase, or the residence of the contractors, at the option of the Treasury Department. No drafts on this office will be accepted or paid under any circumstances. Each proposal will be sealed in a separate envelope, and marked " Proposals for furnishing' army subsistence." GEO. GIBSON, C. G 8. Notb.?Editors will not be paid for inserting in their papers this advertisement, unless authorized to do so by the Commissary General of Subsistence. July 14?3tawtl68cp SPLENDID LOTTERIES FOR AUGU8T, 1849. J. W. MAURY & CO., MANAGERS. $50,000! 10 prizes of $1,000!! VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY, FY>r the benefit of Monongalia Academy, Clam No. 98. for 1849, To be drawn at Alexandria, Va., on Saturday, the 11 th of August, 1849. 75 Number Lottery?14 Drawn Ballots ! GIARD Scmbmb! 1 prize of - - $50,000 1 do - 10,000 I do .... 5,000 I do .... 4,000 1 do .... 3,000 1 do .... 2,500 1 do . - 1,740 10 prises of 1,000 10 do 760 12 do . 500 Jtc. kc. kc. Tickets $10?Halves $0?Quarters $t 60. Certificates of packages of26 Whole tickets $120 00 Do do of 25 Half do 80 00 Do do of 25 Quarter do 3D 00 CAPITAL ?36,250! 30 Prim of $1,000? VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY, For the benefit of Monongalia Academy, Class No. 101, fur 1849. To he drawn at Alexandria, Va.. on Saturday, the 18th of August, 1849. 78 number lottery, IS drawn ballots Splendid Scheme ! 1 splendid prise of - ?35,260 1 prise of 16,000 I do 8,000 1 do 4,000 1 do 3,000 1 do 2,620 30 prises of - .1,000 30 do 500 30 do 400 190 do 300 kc. kc. kc. Tickets ? 10?Halves ? 6? Quarter* ?2 50. Certificate* of packages <>l 26 Whole tickets ?130 00 Do do of 26 Half do 66 00 Do do ?W 26 Quarter do 32 50 $55,000! ?35,000* ?20,000* VIRGINIA 8TATE LOTTERY, For the benefit of Monongalia Academy, Class H, for 1849. To be drawn at Alexandria, Va., on Saturday, the 2ftth of August, 1849 Hirk and RnUtant .VrAewie' I splendid prise of * ?<">6,000 1 do - 35,000 I do 20,000 1 do 11,330 3 prises of .... 7,000 4 do 6,000 4 do 3,000 5 do 2.000 200 do (lowest 3 No. prises) 800 kc. kc. kc. Ticket* ?15- Halve* ?7 80-Qnarter* ?3 75Kighih* f 1 874. Certificate* of ptdtafr* of 25 Whole ticket* ?200 00 On do of 25 Half do 100 00 Do do of 25 Quarter do 50 00 Do do of 25 Eighth do 25 00 Order* for ticket* and alia re* and certificate* of package* in the above aplendid lotterie* will rereive the Inoat prompt attention, and an official account of each drawing aent immediately after It i* over to all who order from u*. Addrt-aa J A C. MAURY. djento, Alexandria, 1 ir grata DIM. FRYK At HOI.NKAD, OFFICE Prnnaylvania avenue, near the corner of 4| atreet, Washington. D. C. June II?ly FOR RKIKT. ONE of thorn- new, handaomc, and comJ2BL modioua Dwelling-Houaea at the corner of 7th and I atreeta la for rynt. The building ha* ?uffi-. rient arroinmodation* for a largr family, *nd I* very conveniently arranged, with earellent dry collar*, and well and rfitern water, with buthr<mn>, Itr.j *!*<>, *pariinia yard, with *table, carriage houao, and all needful outbuilding* The location ia two anna re* north of the Patent Office, and i* very elevated, having the advantage of a free cir< uLatum of ptire air Alao, for rent, a STORE ROOM in the *ain* block, a goo<l atand for htiaineaa. Apply to July 2fr-eotf A RDTHWELL. CHVBR At MHRHCK, Exchange ana Banking Land warrants, stocks, checks, on all the principal citim, bought and *old. Collection* made throughout the Union. July 20?Itwdhn Neto fiork ^Uh5frti?fimnt0. THE MODERR STANDARD DRAMA. Published by M. DonglUi 11 Sprmtf Street, New York. Price 12} rente each. Under thia title a collection of all the celebrated plays that keep possession of the modern stage is now in course of publication. The series is printed from new, large, and uniform type, on good paper, and sold at the low price of !2? cents each play. Bight numbers form a large and elegant volume, for which a general title page, and an engraving of some distinguished performer, are regularly given. Bound in Cloth, ?1. The following plays have been already published: VOL. I. VOL. VI. 1 Ion 41 Spaed the Plough 2 Fazio 42 Borneo and Juliet 3 The Lady of Lyons 43 Feudal Times 4 Richelieu 44 Charles the Twelfth 6 The Wife 45 The Bridal 6 The Honey Moon 46 The Follies of a Night 7 The School for Scandal 47 The Iron Chest 8 Money 48 Faint Heart Never With a Portrait and Won Fair Lady Memoir qf Mr*. A. C. With a Portrait und Mowatt. Memoir qf Sir E. Bvlvoer Lytton. vol. ii. 9 The Stranger vol. vii. 10 Grandfather White- 49 Rodd to Ruin head 50 Macbeth 11 Richard III 51 Temper 12 Love's Sacrifice 52 Evaanc 13 The Gamester 53 Bertram 14 Cure fur the Heart- 54 The Duenna ache 55 Much Ado About No15 The Hunchback thine 16 Don Ccaar de Bazan 56 The Critic With a Portrait and With a Portrait and Memoir qf Mr. C. Aran. Memoir qf R. B. Sherivol. in. dan. 17 The Poor Gentleman. 18 Hamlet vol. vixi. 19 Chales II 57 The Apostate 20 Venice Preserved 68 Twelftn Night 21 Pizarro 59 Brutus 22 The Love-Chase 60 Simpson & Co. 23 Othello 61 Merchant of Venice 24 Lend Me Five Shil- 62 Old Heads and Young linga Hearts With a Portrait and 63 Mountaineer* Memoir of Mr. W. E. 64 Three Weeks After Burton. ' Marriage vol. iv. With a Portrait and 25 Virginiua Memoir qf Mr. Geo. H. 26 Ring of the Common* Barret. 27 London Assurance 28 The Rent-Day 29 Two Gent, of Verona vol. ix. 30, The Jealous Wife 65 Love 31 The Rivals 66 As You Like It 32 Perfection. 67 The Elder Brother Wtlh n Pr?rtrnii KM W......... Memoir of Mr. J. H. 69 Gitiippua Heckett 70 Town and Country vol. v. 71 King Lear 33 A New Way to Pay 72 Blue Devils Old Debts IVith a Portrait and 34 Look Before You Leap Memoir qf Mrs. Shair 36 King John 36 The Nervous Man vol. z. 37 Damoa and Pythias 73 King Henry VII] 38 Clandestine Marriage 74 Married and Single 39 William Tell 75 Henry IV., Part I. 40 Day After the Wedding With a Portrait and Memoir of Geo. (Mmon, the elder The Minor Drama. Uniform with the Modern Standard Drama. This Bones is intended to embrace such Farces, Burlettas, Vaudevilles, kc.., as cannot consistently be incorporated In Die "Standard " Drama. It is printed uniform with the above, and each numbor embcllished with a fine Engraving, illustrative of scene prominent scene. Every new piece of merit will be published at lite earliest moment. The following have already been issued : vol. i. ' vol. 111. 1 The Irish Attorney 17 The Secret 2 Boots at the Swan 18 White Horse of the 3 How to pay the Rent Peppers 4 The Loan of a Lover |0 The Jacobite 5 The Dead Shot 2?? The BotUe 6 His Last Logs 21 Box and Cox 7 The Invisible Prince 22 Bamboozling 8 The Golden Farmer 23 Widow's Victim IVith a Portrait and 24 Robert Mac aire Memoir of Mr. John Sef With a Portrait and ton. Memoir of Mr P S. vol. n. uhonfrau. 9 Pride of the Market 10 Used Up vol. iv. 11 o * o? II 1IVN luun ? nccfi.i orrvn r I'J BarrarV Room 2b Omnibus 13 Luke the Laborer 27 Irish Lmn 14 Besuty and the Beast 2s Maid ufGruiiwy 13 St. Patrick'? Eve 29 The Old Guard 16 Captain of tlv Watch 30 Raising the Wind Wiwa Portrait and Me- 31 Masher and Crasher I moirqf Mi** C. H'rmyn The Oprratlr Library. 1 The Favorite 16 Frm IMavolo 2 The Night-Dancers lb 1st Favorite t Norma 17 Samiramide 4 The Somnambulist Is Gun ladm 6 Lucrexta Borgia 19 Ernani 6 II UarU< rrtdihivigliH 20 Don Paaqnale 7 Maid of Arioi* 21 U Giurarueiito 9 Elixir of Love 22 La Gemma 9 Beatrice <li Tends 23 Linda of Chainouiu 10 fa Sonnamhula 24 Romeo and Juliet 11 Anna Rolena 26 I Capuletti E MontecIt leuciadi Iammermoor chi IIII FSirioso 2b I Lomlardi I 14 L'Klisir d' A more 11 Roberto Devereux M. DOCGLAS. /*WWt?Aer. 11 Sprur* Wrsef. V V | July 29?tf SELLING OFF.?Being desirous of reducing our stork of Summer goods, we have determined from this day forward to offer all goods the demand f?r which reases with the season, without regard to l ist. Our stork is now Urge and very complete, ' arid well worthy the attention of purchasers We launr in part- < 2,1X111 yards Freach lawns, fast rotors, at 121 rents 1,1100 do fine do do from In to 26 cents I I,(MM) do black and white French Gingham, at Hi 2,000 do colored and white French Gingham, from 121 to 26 21 Ml pieces French ib-rege and Grenadine, all colors, autotig them several plain green, 26 to 60 60 do plain black ami satin-atriped Bereave, 26 to 60 20 do cheeked ami striped India Silks, very cheap 10 do Mack FouUrd Stlk.a beautiful article 30 do Linfn Luatrva, all color*, at 86 30 do white and colored embroidered Mil* tin, at J7J 160 do checked and utriped Cambric*, from 12} to 86 800 do plain Cwnbrira and Jaconeta, from I2| to 86 200 do Nainsook and 8wia? Muslins, from 80 to IW 86 do India or Swism Book, two varda wide, a beautiful article for summer dreaat-a 10,000 yard* fine Print*, all color* and rtjrln, from from 6J to 12i, warranted fa*t, together with a large owortinrnt of Hosiery, plain open-wented and embroidered Kid, Silk, ami Thread (ilovea. Linencam bri< Handkerchiefs, Lace Capca. Swiaa and Cambric Faring and Inaertinir, Thread Edging. black Silk l*c?f Parasol*, Fan*, tic., la-sidi* a great variety of other article* too numeroti* to mention. We earnestly request all person* in want of Dry Goods to give u* a call l?rfc>rc purchasing elsewhere, a* we are confident of being able to savr them from ten to twenty per cent. <>u their bill*. YF.RBY & BROTHER, No. 6 Market Rpacc, bet.. 7th and Rth *t*. +\um i#?otrtKJ | Ifew Style Ollt' Cornices and Window Shades IHAVF. juet received from the North a large and splendid assortment of Ollt Window Corniest, Window Shades, and a new style of Picture Cord and Tassel*. I also keep on hand a large assortment i>f Aujeri ran and French Paper Hanging*. Fire Hoard Print*, Columns, Feather Rnli, Hatr and Husk Mattes a* e?. I make to order, at the ahortcat notice. Bad and Window Curtaina, Carpet* and Cuahlotta, and every thins in the Upholstering line furnished complete on the beat terms J NO. ALEXANDRA. June 19 Pean as., bat. 19th and Ittb eta Jflero gork ^Uttcrformtntej REVUE DEN DEUX MOKDE8. Nonrellc Period *?ec la Collaboration del NomnlUi UtUnlni et Nclcntinqaci, do la France et dee pay* Strangers. Published on the first and fifteenth of every month. Each number contains 176 pages, 8vo., at $ 12 60 per annum. %* The Revue des Deux Mondes has been formed for the purpose of establishing an intercourse in the intellectual pursuits the most followed between distinguished men of Europe and America. It is proposed in this collection to give a prominent place to the afihirs of the American Union, to the labors of its politicians, and to the Literary and Scientific publications of its Authors. The Revue des Deux Mondes now makes a public appeal to American Author* and Editor a, by sending to it, through Mr. Putnam, of New York, a copy 6f each of their publications. Tha Kww is in a better position than any other organ in Europe to serve as an intellectual link between the Old and the New World, which has as Editors and Contributors the most eminent political, scientific, and literary nlen of France. Many of its contributors have visited North and South America, and it still counts among them many of the Diplomatic and Consular Corns. 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Penn. av., between Sth and <Hh *t*., June 13 Oppoaite Centre Market. Thkcklkbratbd diamondrcmkkt, for joining broken gtaaa. china, Ac, A *mall lot of the genuine for ?ale at TAYLOR A MAURY'S July 10 itokitot, near fth atreet j &ru) Uork ^Utoertisrnunte. THE KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE. Edited b)r Ltwii Gay lord Clark. THIS is pronounced, by the press of America and England, 'the best magazine in America.' It has nearly reached its thirty-fourth volume, and in its list of upward of a hundred contributor are found the names of every distinguished writer, male and female, in America, with several equally prominent of Great Britain, Turkey, Sweden, etc. A new volume, containing a superb engraving, a portrait <f the editor engraved by Chbnby, from a painting by Elliott, will commence on the firstdayof July, 1849. The following notices of the Knickubockek are from the American and English press, and from American and British writers of distinction. 'Tub Knickerbocker.?The last number o! this upon entirely new and beautiful type, in all its departments; and in ita rich and diversified contents, continues to vindicate ita reputation aa the moat agreeable and entertaining Magazine published in e United States. When we first started the old New Yorker,' our friend Clash had preceded us as Editor of the Knickbbbockbb about a twelvemonth: it lias now reached an age greatly beyond tliat of any American Monthly; a fact which literally 'speaks volumes' in praise of tj>e manner in which the work has been conducted. No number of the K. has ever been issued under Clash's supervision that did not bear indubitable evidence of editorial care, and anxious thought, and well-directed labor enstamped upon its pages. We have known no monthly, of this country or Europe, so thoroughly edited, in the strictest sense of tne term.'?New York DoUfi Tribune. 'Mathematicians tell us of certain curves called asymptote*, whose peculiarity is always to approach each other, and yet.eveu when infinitely extended, never to intersect. The Knickbbbockbb, which has reached an age for a Magazine much greater than a hundred years for a man, and only to be attained by a more marvellous miracle, has perpetually approached the highest possible point of interest and excellence; and yet it seems to tiave an sreefsior, for each number seems better than that which went before. How it is done our friend Clash may understand?but it is a sealed mystery to us. There is no publication in the United States that has so attractive or popular a feature as the Editor's table of the Knickbbbockbb.'?New York Courier and Enquirer. 'We regard it as the very best work of its kind in the Union.'?St. Alban's (pa.) Journal. 'Its contents are as invariably good as its appear since u punctual. ?ttilliajb culli.i ubi*? * ? *? the New York Evening Pott. 'Its articles are worthy of Blackwood's palmiest days. The Editor'e Table is in Mr. Clabk's happiest vein; varied and racy in a remarkable degree.' ?New York Commercial Advertiser. 'The Knickerbocker seems to increase in attraction as it advances in age. It exhibits a monthly variety of contributions unsurpassed in number or ability.'?National Intelligencer. 'The Knickerbocker is one of the most valuable magazines of the day, and outstrips all competition in tnc higher walks of lierature.'?Albany Argue. "The Editor's Table alone is worth tne price of the work. Itis not a periodical to be lightly glanced over and thrown by, but it forma a library nook to save and re-read. A set of the Knickerbocker, bound up in volumes, on the shelves of one of our popular libraries, is more consulted (so the librarian nas often told us) than any other similar work.*? Boeton Daily Tranecrrpt. President Everett, qf Harford College, late Minister to England.?'I peruse thie Knickerboc ker with high gratification. It seems to me to be of an order of merit quite above the average of the period teals of this class, English or American.' Hon. J. K. PAVLOtNo.loie Secretary of the Navy.? 'TUw manner in vfaiut tiu ?mcn??<>ns?i is conducted, and the great merit of its contributors, place it in the highest rank of periodicals.' Paor. LoNorELLOW, Cambridge Univereity.?'The Knickerbocker stands high in this quarter. Itis I superior to most of the English magazines, and well i deserves its large list of subscribers." Hon. Robest M. Chaelton, Georgia.?'The , Knickbsbockeb is a work which requires no putfI ing; and 1 si tail always fuel that I am conferring a favor on those to whom I recommend it.' The London Examiner.?'This very clever Magazine is lite plessantest periodical in the United Stales. Its articles, which are numerous and short, various and interesting,are well worthy of imitation i by our Magazines on this side of the Atlantic.' London Mobnino Chbontcle.?'Judging from the numbers brforr us, we arc inclined to consider this the best of atl the American literary periodicals. Its contents are highly interesting, instructive, and amusing.' The London Litebarv Gazette.?'The taste and talent which the KNicKEaaocKza displays are , highly creditable to American wntrm, and very agroeablr fur English reader*.' London Metbupolitan Monthly Magazinb.? | We have read several numbers of this talented periodical, and rejoiced in them. They would do ! credit to any country or to any state of civilization ! to which humanity ha* yet arrived.' London Athiiii'm.?'From a very clever Monthly Magazine. 'The Knickcbbo< eeb.'of New York, we copy the fbilowing spirited story,' etc. 8ia liowAiii Bulwss Lrrron.?'TheKRicEEBiockib u the beat American periodical I have yet ecu. . I lake pleasure in nu (using you an article i which was penned expressly for your work.' Chables Diceens, esq.?'I read the Knickeb socbcb with very great pleasure it is indeed a | most various and entertaining periodical. It affords mr pleasure to contribute to the pages of a work whirh numbers among its regular correspondents such writers ss Mr. Ibviro.' Rev. Dr. Dice Scotland.?'I have read aemil many of the articles in the few numbers ol the Krickbesockeb which you srnt ntc, and find them to pmsoas great merit. Home of its paprrs, it is true, were too light for my serious turn of mind; yet the whole appears well calculated to gratify the tastes of the mass of readers.' Capt. F. Maebtatt.?'You make an exrellent Magazine-?spirited, various, and original. I hope my Woonaktn*' will reflect no discredit upon the grind company in which it will find itself.' Agents wanted Ibr the Knickerbocker Magazine. 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Eaperi menta the pant y?-ar on hrwta, both in Salt and frrnk m-ater, a* alao fr>r land purpnaea, harp fttllr teated I iu auperior qualitiea a* a ateam renerator, and the jfrmt aarinr of fuel, weight and apace orcupied, over any boiler now in uar. IWe Boiler* i an be am in operation at Nwn. HECKER It BROft. Flour Milla. '201 Cherry atrret. HOOPER It BRO.*8, 333 Pearl atreet. I MO'I f It AYRE8, Foundry, l?t '26th I atreet, N K t ATLANTIC DOCK, Brooklyn a " A . W. METCALF. 63 and M Centre atreet. a D f) BADGER A CO., ?4 and 46 Dunne a atreet. R N B HTARBUCK'R Foundry. Troy. New a York SMITH 4 CIRLETT, Haltimor. READING DEPOT, R* ? img, Pa J1 Ami <?n txwtrd 'miilxmtx JONAS C. HRARTT and | ,1 EDWARD PAY80N. foot of I..!- < ty atreet, N. T.t J, ami towboat JOHN P WHITNEY New Orlra... (J Fur further information apply W> JAMK8 MONTGOMERY and 8AMUEL WARD, ? Ifi South William utrwt, New York. June Jtt-tf W T PORTER. Boom, St*i?. and Ornamantal Pain tar, " cfliniinimiiTA<nniii a rtwoi, vr xraiaa, jj Dirftif npponlr A* ,Votumml HmUi June 11?1 j j r f ///L +J . OKK1CB OF TUB HKPVBLIC, NINTH STREET, nba* pennsylvania avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. ADVERTISING: Advertisement* will be inserted in The Republic at the usual rates of (lie other papers published in Washington. A deduction will be made to those who advertise by the year. THE TRI-WEEKLV HKPIBUC will be issued bveey TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. THE WEEKLY REPUBLIC WILL BE PUBLISHED EVERY THUR8DAY. NAVY BEEF AND PORK FOR 1850. Navt Dbpabtmbmt, Bureau of Prooinana and Clothing, July 24,1849. SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposal* for Beef," and "Proposals for Pork," as the case may be, will be received at this office until 3 o'clock p. m., on Monday, the 27th day of August next, for furnishing ana delivering', free of aU coat and risk to the United States: Five thousand four hundred barrels of navy beef, and four thousand eight hundred barrels of navy pork: Each barrel to contain not leas than two hundred pounds nett weight of beef or pork: no excess of weight in either article will be paid for. To be delivered at the respective navy yards, as follows: Barrel* betf. Barrel* pork. At Charleetown, Mass 1,800 1,600 At Brooklyn. N. Y 1,600 1,600 AtGoeport, Va 1,800 1,600 5,400 4,800 Said beef and pork must be delivered, one-half between the first day of January, 1850, and the first day of April, 1850; and the other half between the 15th day of April, 1860, and the 15th day of June, 1860, unless earlier deliveries should be required by the chief of this Bureau. Offers must be made for each half separately and distinctly: that is, for the half deliverable between the 1st of January and the l?t ot April, and tar the half deliverable between the 16tn of April and the 16th of June, 1860. Payment for the first half to be made within thirty dava after delivery, and for the second half in thirty day* after the 16th of June, 1860. The beef must be from well-iattened cattle, slaughtered between the lpt day of November, 1849, and the let day of February, 1860, and weighing not leas than six hundred pounds, nett weight, each. The legs and leg rands of the hind quarters, and the shins and shoulder clods, and at least eight pounds from the neck end of each fore quarter, or the parts marked Nos. 1, 2, and 3, on the drawing or delineation of the fore and hind quarters of an ox, which will be attached to and form a part of the contract, must be wholly excluded from each barrel and half barrel, and the remainder of the carcass must be cut in pieces of not less than eight pounds each. The pork must be packed from corn-fod, wellfattened hogs, slaughtered between the 1st day of November, 1849, and the 1st day of February, I860, and weighing not less than two hundred pounds each, excluding the heads, joles, necks, shoulders, hams, legs, feet, and lard, and all refuse pieces: and must be cut in pieces weighing not less than six pounds each. Both the beef and pork must be salted with at least one statute bushel of Turk's Island, Isle of May, or St. Ubes salt; and the beef must have five ounces of fine pulverised saltpetre to each barrel, exclusive of a pickle, to be made from fresh water, as strong as salt will make it. . The barrels must be made of the best seasoned white oak, or white ask staves and beading; if of the former, to he not lea* than three.fourth* nf * inch thick : if of the latter, to be not leas than an inch thick ; and to be hooped at least three-fourths over with the best white oak or hickory hoops. Each barrel must be branded on its head "Navy Beef," or " Navy Pork," as the case may be, with the contractor's name and the year when packed. The beef and pork will, unless otherwise directed by the chief of this Bureau, be inspected by the inspecting' officers at the respective navy yards aforesaid, and by some "sworn inspector of salted provisions," who will be selected by the respective commanding officers; but their charges for such inspection must be paid by the respective contractors, wbo must likewise nave the barrels put in good shipping order to the satisfaction of the commandants of the respective navy yards aforesaid, after inspection, and at their awn upMUT. Bidders must specify their prices separately and distinctly in separate offers for the beef and for the pork, and for each of the places of delivery, covering all expenses and all charges. Bonds in one-half the amount of the respective contracts will be required, and ten per centum in addition will be withheld from the amount of each payment to be made, as collateral security for the due and faithful performance of their respective contracts, which will on no account be paid until the coutracts are complied with in all respects, and is to be forfeited to the United States in the event of failure to complete the deliveries within the prescribed periods. In case of foilure on the part of the contractor to deliver all or any of the Deefor pork above mentioned, of the auafity, and at the time* and places above provided, the contractor w ill forfeit and pay to the United Sut s, as liquidated damages, a sum of money equal to twice the amount of the contract price to be paid in case of tin- actual delivery thereof; which liquidated damages may be recovered from time to time as they accrue. Payment will be made by the United States at the periods above specified, (excepting the ten iwr centilin to Im withheld nnlil ihe pletioti of the oontracte, na before stated,) after ike aid bref mikI pork shall have been inspected and received, and bills for the Name a ha 11 have bean presented to the navy agent* respectively, duly approved by the couunandanta of the respective navy yarda, according to the terma of the contract*. Tlx parta of the beef to la- excluded will be particularly designated in the engraving to be attach ?i to tlw contract*. Peraona interested can obtaiu Uietn on application at thia office. Bidder* wboae proponal* are ac cepted (and none otiters) will be forthwith notified, and aa early aa practicable a contract and bund will be transmitted to them for execution ; which contract and bond must be returned to the Bureau within ten days, exi luaive of the tune required for the reg ular tr a nan i las ion of the mail. Kvery ufh r made must be accompanied (aa directed in tne fetb section of the act of Oongrre* making appropriation* for the naval service for IA4S-T, approved 10tb August, IHtfc, a copy of which is subjoined) by a writn-n guaranty, ?igtied by one ar more responsible persona, to the effect that he or they undertake that the bidder or bidders will, if hie or their bid be accepted, enter into an obliga tion within ten days, with good and sufficient sureties, to furnish the articles proposed. Tina guaranty must be accompanied by the certificate of the United State* district judge, ruled State* district attorney, navy agent, or some, officer of the General Government, or individual known to the Bureau, thai the guarantors are able to make r.-?l th.-ir gun r ?nIy No pc< >poeal will be considered union* accompanied by *uch guaranty. The bidder's name and residence, and the name ,i .;c i, n,. nit* r of a firm, fM ' I MfMH offin, I hall be distiiM lly stated. Fjctrocl from Iko met if < 'ongrrti approved /fugvul " Hat. t? And bo if fmtktr mac lad. That, frum and after the pasaagr of this act. every proposal for w? vj n" rrwj ni inf ii* vjr, under the proviao to the general appropriation bill for the navy, approved March third, eighteen hundred and forty-three, aha II be accompanied by a written guaranty, aigried by one or more reapon aiMe pr ranna, to the effect that he or they undertake that the bidder or bolder* will, if hia or their bid be accepted, enter into an obligation in auch time aa may be prnacrihed by the Secretary of the Navy, with good and Kuffkient auretiea, to furniah the auppliea proponed No proponal ahall be con lidcreu unloaa accompanied by au< h guaranty If, tfter tiie acceptance of a propuaa! and a notification thereof to the bidder or biddera, he or they iball fail to enter into an obligation within the time jranrribed by the Secretary <>f the Navy, with good ind aufftci, nt auretiea for furniahing the anppliea, hen the Secretary of the Navy afiall pTOCOod to outran *itn <?.me otu. i pcrmn or peraons tor fur liahing the *aid mipplie*; and ahadP forthwith imp tin <i?ffrr?'iu e briwura tb? amount contained n the the propnml ~o guarantied and the amount r>r which he mar have rontrarted for furnishing he aaid eupplie* for the whole period of the propoal to be charged up against natd bidder or bidder*, nd hi* or their guarantor or guarantor*; and the ante may be immediately rercrvererl by the United tatex, for the use oif the Clary Department, in an rtion of debt a gaunt either or all of *aid person*." July lb?lawlw nut* rom niMAoou matt taIuk-1 5 The time for receiving propnaal* to famish tie Atone required at the Pen*ar?la navy yard, uner the Nary Agent'* advertisement of the 10th illln, u fcarefa mrtetuM. and proposal* will be reeireri accordingly by the Navy Agent at Penaa ola until 11 o'clock on -Monday, the 10th day of logout next. JOSEPH SMITH. Chief of Bureau of Yard* and Dorks. Jviv 10. 1*49 The following p*pcr?, ri*., Pensarola Gasette few Orloan* BullHin, Baltimore Ameri. an, Phila ielphia Inquirer, New York Courier and Enquirer, loeion D*il7 Advertiaer, and Atla*. will plena* ubNah the above notice of extension until It* etnpl. ?tion Jvdj ?1?dt4 i