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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKAriT. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1866.
PERSON. wL.
Edwin Booth ami J. S. Clarke arc to puy for
he Lui-ton thratro $lfi,J00 per unuum
Senator Toombs, o I Georgia, arr vei at- Tla
yana, Iroin Nev Orleans, curly this m ntb and
elt in the strainer Gambia lor England.
-tTuo Empress Charlotte Is still In Yucatan,
endeavoring, by every means in her pjwer, to
secure adhercrua to her hUHbaml's government.
Fltz John Porter is among the liat of passen
gers by the Java, tor Liverpool, lie goes abroad
on private business. ' ,
Mr. Southern ("Dundreary") appears In print
In a London pape r, to deny the statement thnt
he ever belonged to a spiritual circle, or ojli
ciated as u medium, while In this country.
Ex-Attorney-Oencrnl Black, of Mr. Bit
rhanan's Cabinet, rins lori.ied a law pnrtnetBhip
in Washington with Mr. Lninou, formerly law
partner with Mr. Lineeln.
Malor-General Wcit'.el has resicrned his posi
tion In tie United States Army, and is sooi ex
pected to rejoin hl family in Cincinnati. So
sjr.je the Oazclle of that city.
Mr. Laflin, of Chicago, lormcrly of powder
notoriety, is the inventor of a new process
which saves nearly all the gold and stiver in tho
ores. It consists in pulverizing, as by present
methods, and passing thus reduced turotigh
melted lead. It is said that nlnety-flve per cent,
of the gold and silver contained can he saved.
"Head Centre'' Stephens i said not to be in
Peris at all now, but in Scotland. It is reported
that he was "lurking" so newhere along the
banks of the Clyde, and that one of Her Majesty's
cruiser was looking tor him.
The lion. Gerritt Smith has instituted pro
. ceedines tor libel against the Chicago Tribune in
the LDitcd States Circuit Cou:t, at that citv,
placing the damages at $"(), ODD. The libel is said
to consist ol a statement in that paper that he
frlgned insanity in "order to evudo any responsi
bility in the John Brown Harper's Ferry ruid up
to this.
Dr. Willinm A. ITcmmond, Lite Surgeon
General of the United States, has gone to Europe
in charge of a grandson ot the late John Jacob
Astur; and a gonsiping correspondent says that
he receives lor his services $10,000 in gold lor six
months, all travelling and subsistence expenses
liberally paid, and $3000 for each month occu
pied beyond the six.
Gottschalk, at latest accounts was giving
musical entertainments at Lima and Callao. At
his second concert in Lima the crowd was so
great that the building gave signs of not beini?
able to sustain the weight, and at an examina
tion the next duy the structure was tound to
have been so much weakened as to be dangerous
. lor a third attempt. Consequently it waa closed
by Government order, Mud the other concerts
w ere so arranged as to be given in another hall.
Rev. Dr. T. J. Conant delivered a discourse
last Sunday , at Chicago, upon the necessity and
advantages of a new version of the English
Scriptures. Dr. Connnt is well known as having
not long since issued an ablo revision of the
book oi Job, a work as highly interesting to
scholars as it is edifying to Christians, and is
at present Chairmau of the Commictee ot Re
vision oi the publications ot the American Lible
Union.
Not long since, a young man in Havana a
negro slave was discovered to possess great
talent, and, in lact, to be a poet. Some of this
nninstmcted slave's poctiy is wry line. His
name is Ambrosia Eehemendiu. and he bids lair
to rival the tauious colored burd oi Matan.as,
Flacido. A subscription wag immediately
started, and the owner contributed with nearly
half the marketable value of the poet. The rest
was soon made up, and the poet is free.
Two youths in Pans were admirers of an
actress at one oi the Boulevard theatres. The
i other night, as ill luck would have it, they were
both at the theatre, and both Hung one franc's
worth ot tlowers to the oblect of their affections.
The young lady took up only one of the bouquets,
whereupon tho slighted swain called out the
lavored one, and ran him through tho body with
a rapier. The wounded man is not expected to
survive.'
A girl was sent to the Reform School at
Lansing. Michiuitn, dressetl in buy's clothe;, and
bearing the name oi Jrwph Howard. Jler ot.i
was discovered immediately, and she was sent
back to )ail. She says that she is nineteen years
old. that her parents reside in Cleveland, Ohio,
ana are respectable and pious people. . She says
she has worn boy's clothing about seven yours,
-and her sex has never before been discovered,
tier appearance is so boyi.h that sho remained
in laid several weeks, was brought into Court,
and sentenced, und taken to Laubing by the offi
cers, without being suspected.
The Raleigh Register says that Major Htrani
lial Gee is to te tried in that city by a military
court on the charge of maltreating Union pri
soners, and tliut the following named war cor
rcsponuents aro to be summoned as witnesses for
the Government: Junius H. Browne, New York
Tribune; 8. 11. Colburn, New York World: George
E. Davis, Cincinnati Gazette; B. C. Truman, Nev
York Times; J. A Ware, Washington Chronicle;
Theodore li. Davis, Harper's Weekly; J. T. Forbes,
Frank Les'ie's Newspaper; Eivrard Crapsey, Phi
ladelphia lwruirer; Robert 3. Davis, L. v Will
lazz, J. II. Hendricks, New York Herald; and
others. One of the persons named is in Utah;
another in Europe; nuother in Mexico; and a
fourth in the oil regions of Canada. Who will
serve the summonses tor these?
General Early writes from Havana (Decem
ber 18) to a city 'journal, to deny that he is an
applicant for Executive clemency. The General
adds: ' have neither mado nor authorized
such application, and would not accept a pardon
from tho President of the United Stares if gra
, tuitously tendered me, without conditions or re-
Btrictioiis of any kind. I have nothing to regret
in the course pursued by me during the war,
except that my services were not of more avail
to the cause for which I fought; and my faith in
tbe just ce of that causa is not at all shaken by
the result. I have not eiven a parole or in
curred any obligation to the authorities of the
United States, and 1 utterly disclaim all alle
giance to, or dependence upon, the Government
of that countiy. Iam a voluntary exile from
my own country, because I am not willing to
submit to tho foreign yoke imposed upon it.
All declarations attributed to me which are in
consistent with the above statement, ar en
tirely without foundation, and I hope there
will be no further misapprehensions as to my
position."
Oil Items.
Petroleum oil product last year was 2,180,000
barrels.
-The Oil City and Pithole Railroad will be
finished to Oil City bv the first of February.
Thomas B. Porteous, Esq , has been elected
President of the Company.
A new well on , Cherry Run, owned by S.
Baldwin, Esq., of Ro'usville, is now producing
over twenty-hve barrels per day, and increasing
very fast. t-
The litigation which has been in progress
respecting tbe sale of the Thomas Holmden farm,
' upon Pithole, by Prathcr A Duncan, has been
settled by a comprombo between the parties.
Pine creek is looking up. The "Red Well'
of the Walter Scott Company, produced within
forty-eight hours, last week, by actual measure
ment, one hundred and eight barrels. Allowing
eight barrels for shrinkage, it li safe to put it
down a filty barrel well.
The Reno limes' reporter, who last week
visited tho oroduc'ntr wells cf the several locali
ties named, gives the tollowlng as the amounts
ot daily production:
Pithole Creek 7 806
Oil Creek 6,000
Bennehon Kun 1 600
Allegheny River 1.000
Dennis Run. illckorv. eto. 1.200
. boar Creek 150
Cherry Run"" , 600
IT reach Creek 25
Other localities 88)
Total 17,040
The editor of the Times, however, making due
allowance tor exaggeration bv the owners.
thinks the dal'y production of the oil regions Is
oi Jar irom i4,ouu parrels.
AMUCEiViENTS.
11SLEY'S CONTINENTAL NEW3
v ixiiiAMii;.
l l'OircNMt to an n aces oi Amusement mar r nau
Bp to tit oViiit niiT evening. 1 tfl ir
CHOICE SKAT9 AND ADMISSIONS.
J 1 Ickets can tm bad a tr"
FUnl.BAM MB tlTTICK,
Ho. 43rcmbM;T Hireet. onnoslie the Von toman.
fcr the tlieanat. Arch. Walnut, awl Academy ol Mnslc
up to o'clock, every ovenmii. V Id it
AMERICAN AtiAUEMl OK MUSIC.
LK.OSARD OROVEB DIRECTOU
BRIFF EfON OP f IRANI) KAMAN OPERV,
l'osltively limited, hv atisoiutncnirigemeni, to
TWLLVt MullTH.
Ttior. Ircctnr has the honor to announce a brief Reason
MauETZLK (I HAND ( TRIPLE) ITALIAN OPERA
compan r,
from the
ACADFMV OF MOSIC. KEff YOB.
With tbe entire Urand Chorus and Orolien.ra.
1 OrENINO MtiHT. MONDAY. JANUARY I,
TiK.W YRAk'8 NKlHr
First time In Pbl.arfelpnla, In Italian, and positively for
lu Ulllr IIUIC UUIIIIH inn m'tlMMl, ui (JIUUI1UU
very Ponuliir Oueia,
Fa lid I'.
CLARA LOlIHK KFLLOOO.
In tier celebrated ammnptiou ol Mnrguerutia.
MUNnU Kttti..
Aa t'aiut his first appexmnre In Hit adelplita
blt.NOK BLLLIM.
At Valentine.
SIGNOB FICER.
AsMebel.
As Mepblntopbelps-lils flrmjapparance la rbllade'pbla.
FCLL GRAND FANFARE!
BT
BIRUFELD'S CELKBRATED BAND.
First time In this olty oftlin tnmons
CHURf'H KO.KA.
Omitted In all rorrnrr rcpregmtailoni of the Opera kcre.
First time in Fhliutlclnbia
L'AFUIAINK
This famous Opera, the sreat Diaotomlece of Miver-
beer. la now at ractlns tliu a U'iitinn ot tr.n wiioin
niulel wotld All over Mi rope, in the loa-t of the
i out'prniai upera nouses, i tie nuces paia lor snnu a
this ootra are ureatlv lioxinil those pvit hi.imrto oii-
tnined lu success In New York Is entirely without
ptccedent. The r ceipts tor twelve pcrlormauues nearly
reached the enormous sum of
MXlY 1HOU.-AND DOLLAR I
All the cos limes and the celebrated shin m itm
teen' are transported to tbis cltv irom the New Vorn
Acailemy. 'J he othor scenes are painted rewly here
j is reiresentation in mis city, it la lntenned. alinll
transcend any representation ol tbe Opera hhherio out.
tide oi Paris.
'I he Orchestra for this Opera will be Increased to the
full capacity oi the
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
WEDNESDAY F.VENINO, JANUARY 3,
ILl'OLIUlO
The Mnrtjrs, with lie lamous cant of the New York
Academy. ( arrozzi Zuccbl in oue ol her niosi celebrated
dramatic roles . -
TULKSDAY EVKMNtl, JANUARY 4,
FKADIAVOLO.
This celebrated and very popular onera la nr. nontoil
for the first ilme In this city, with new and en'nvivn
recitatives, wilttcn lor tho i ta lari Opera by Atibor. Its
composer. It never lails to at lart ihe largest audi
ences, and to treato un Impression of the liveliest
satisfaction.
Keats lor any ot the above Operas can bo had at tho
ACAD) M Y OF MIISIU and TRUM P LEU'S Music
Htore. corner 01 Seven tli and Chcsnut strums. rtnro
o'clock A.M. to-morrow.
Jf KH IMS Or TirKEIH.
V.t served Seats In Pamuet, Paruiint Circle. n.t ui.
conv, to any of the above Operas (with the exception of
li'AfricainiO !
ltl'HtKVMl PJ5AIB PUB L, AFKICAINK, 3.
Admission to l arqueiand Pai.iuet t irelo $1W)
Fnml v Circle n
Amihlihcatre 25
in ono oi inurDiiiK pniirrB a nitKiase is 11 alio in price lor
reserved seats. 2t0. it should be 2. it
"VTEW CHKSNUT 8TRRET THliATKET
1 COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT
TO TI1K
ACTORS' ART UNION,
Tendered by
11ES.K3. L. GKOVER & WAI. E. 8INN.
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. January 3. ISfiB.
Will be given a
" GRAND MATINEE.
On which occasion will be presented, first and only time
111 UU Vll wivu mi uninn uuiuanou
DIS'l Kl BIT I ION OK CHARACTERfl.
Bhakespeare'g nplichtful Comedy,
iiie mcnui vrivto hi vi i-iiiic.
Sir John FalstaU Mr. George 11 Onfllths
11 oft Mr. San. llemple
ilustice sha'low..
. Mr. W. II. Wallis.
Burdoiph
"r r.. Li. I ll lou
tuart Robson
McK.ee Raukln
Mr. h. L. James
Mr. Frank Mordaunt
Mr. Owen Marlowe
Mr. Owen Fawcett
Mr. Georgs II. Clarke
r. J. M.Ward
Mr W. A. Chapman
Mr. K. . Marble
Mr Waiter Li-nuox
Mr. K Wl ks
Little Katie Baker
hrs C tleurt
Miss Annie Ward
a Drunaiu Dicnuer
I'lHtol
Kenton
Nym
MuB'.ur Ford
Jack Kuiiby
Mastrr ruito
Rlinole
I'octor Caius
Hol'ert
Hugh Evans
iloliti
Robin
Mrs. lord
Mrs. I'atte
Annie rape. .. .
..ViNs Lizzie Price
Dame Quickly Mrs. 8. Baker
Actlnif Maenpcr Mr. W. E. Sinn
Ktage Managers, Messrs. J. II. I avlor, C. M Lewis I'.
f A. Flt7irnmll
l'rom utors Messrs. F. O. Savatro, Robert Ebcrie
I roiiurties Mess. a. Long and Dasey
Poard ot Directors F. F. MAf'KAT. Prestdenti ALEX.
yiwlitK, Vice ircsident j OWES M A biiO W K, rea
sur.'r; A. 8. PiNNOYEH. Seeietary; LHA9. PORTER,
Librarian
Committee, on Advertisements H H. np.M.IRR unci
W. It OAKDNEF.
ADU1SMO.K TO ALL TARTS Or THE HOUSE,
i' I F T Y C K N T S .
.No Hall Price )
Doors open at 1 V o'clock ; commence at 2 H. 1 1 2t
'MEW C1IESNUT STilEET TUEATKE.
1 f'UfcSNUT Street above Twelfth.
LEONAitll UKUVKH WILLIAM E. SI.NN. LSKSceS
ana Mnuayem.
uvtiwiirLnixii i,i!Kss
HOUSED Fit LEU I O OVERFLOWING NIOMTLY!
THIS, NEW YkAH'8 I) Y. TWO U RANI) PKBFOR &
ANCE AFTERNOON AND NIGHT,
When the giana tipcctauinar cziravaganza,
TUB NLtEPlNG BKAUiY.
with ltiTIt AN8F0RMATI0N SC'EN wilt be presented.
Ulnn J Oh IE OKIOIN AS 1 II n SMf-riKU BKAUll,
This beautrul Biirlesiiie win tie pr-sente 1 witu lis
MW AM) GOROKOUS HCKNLBY,
BY RICHARD SMITH
New and costly Properties, costumes. Mechanical
Ellccta, Original Music, eto. eto.
itit, i Am
embraces the following popular names; Miss Josle
Oitun, Miss Annie Ward. Miss Cordelia ;apuelle Mrs.
. . . . r t . . .... u ,r. I ... i
IJiapman, juibbx. cooper, mra. r. ikeauii, yy . ien
nox. W A. Chapman. F. Fosier, .1. T. Ward, and others.
j no evemnu's perioimance win conoiuue witn me
Orlnlpal Petit Comedv, bv B E. Wolf. Esq , enUtled
l Aluiii ji iini
In which Miss Josie Orton. Walter Lennox. Mr. O. II.
Clarke, and otherswlll appear.
'i he Admission to the New Year's Ma'lnee win ba 30
cents to all ptrU of the house. Chi dren Vi cents.
loors open at I o-ciocai eommeuce ai id o oiock.
HAT O it DAY AFTKRNOON. JANUARY 6.
Flghtleth Orand Family Matinee, when th SLEEPINO
Br AUTT will be perionned.
Weduesdav j fternoon. Benefit of the Actors' Art
Union. Admlsaloi upon this occasion only 50 cent. No
hall price, fee EXTRA CARD In th a paper.
MR9. JOHN DREWS JIEW AltCII 8TKEET
TUEAIRK.
TUB CnRISTMAB HOLIDAYS.
l.OT 1 N LONDON.
MBS. JOHN DREW A") "NKLLY ARMROYD."
TrilS EVENING,
Watu Pbtnip.' vtSffltfu,.
With new Bcem rv, by I'awthoin.
Machli ery, Dy Mr Demllt
properUet, etc., by O W. Harris.
AM) A GREAT CAST, WITH
l;KD. JOHN DREW AS NKLLY AHMROYD.
Act First-Lancashire, "the Mines "
Act Second Interior of Featlierstone House.
Act 1 bird -Heaent's Park, London.
Act Fourth Villa Dining Hall.
Act Fl'ih-Job's rotia.ee Denouement
FRIDAY, BENEFIT OC MRS. JOHN DREW.
Beats secured aix days In advance.
WALNUT STREET THEATRE. N. E.
comer NINTH and WALNUT Street. Begins 7 X
US i W Kh K. OF
MR. J. B. ROBERTS.
Whose engagement has been attended by
T.AoT WEEK. OF
The Great Lerendary Drama of
FAUST AND MARGUERITE.
' First Night of a New Comedy Farce called
SAM'd LU ILK GAME.
TlIiaiMondayi EVKNINO January 1 18(16,
FACSi AND MARGUERITE '
Mephlstophllea Mr. J. B ROBERTS
Kausi Mr. James H Taylor
Mnrnonrite Mlsa Annie Craliain
To euuclude with ihe Comic Faioe of
SAM'S l.lri'LE G iME.
Hamuel f"llngsby.. . ... ............Mr. Barton Hill
itt. Lark liis uiaa Anule Graham
NBW AM EH I CAN T H E A T R E
GRAND NATIONAL CIRCUS. WALNUT Btreet.
above Elgbtb.
IVFBY EVENINO,
. ,,8T.AB QU'STRIAN 1ROUPE,
And theqiorioua uceeaB,ul Pantomime oi
OLD JJAMKTKOTAsDHKR COMIi At CAT.
OlDDAMETaOr ANI HKR COvitCAL CAT.
iiRoND FAMILY MAT1NEK
On Monday, Wednemtay. and Saturday Afternoons.
Admi'itou Matinee, M cuu to al paru or the Thea
tre Children, half price. T
AMUSEMENTS.
( O N C K U T Jl A h L.
IHE FIRST bEANCF, PRESENTED IN PniLADEL
I'HIA BY
ISlv. ltobort Heller,
Will he rspentlally ti e ame as the Initiatory perform
auce inirtduceu at his famous
SALLE DIABOLIQUE!
o. tm BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
MONDAY LVEN I NO. January 1
11EHDAY EVEN I NO. January 2.
WtDNE"DAY EVENl.G, January 3
IMtOOUAMMTC No. 1:
f AKT I MAGIC.
I. Caballstlo Clock. . Ihn Wlteh'a Polo,
'i A.ilul 1. ell. tl. How i lie Money Kites.
:i. Internal Medicines. 7 Lucl cr s i'uuch Bowl.
4. liupeuelrauleitlnH Mys-
t. ry.
PART II -MUSIC.
Veriormed upon the niagnltlceut Hteinway flrnnd
P'ano Forte sent express v irom Nen iork tor -Mr.
He Icr's nue at there entertainments
1. Gland )antasle. La Somnamnula. ''hallienr.
'i. liHta el e, ' Last Hose oi summer." Arranged bi
Robert Heller.
3 hurlcxuue Musical Illnntratinn. received with
screams of laughter, lor lllir cuiiHecuiive hikIiis, In New
I ork ntitlel "The Piano-iorte Practice ot a ltoardlun
Hclicol Miss."
PART III.-MY8TF.RY.
The first great sensational phenomenon, known as
tEl ONI) Sli.HT, or llyuer-namrai Vision.
lo conclude with a novel pvnormauue, called PAR
LOR MAI.1l, or ( onjuring Made t asy.
Adu Usion, SO cents. Reserved Seats 7J cents.
Stats ma be secured, three days !u advance at Chas.
Vt , A. Trunipur's Music store. Ticket oltlce open every
(1st In ni 9 till 4.
VhlhSbAY, I'RIDA rASD SATURDAY EVENiyaS.
January 4, ft, ana 6,
Will be Introduced
HELLER'S GOBLIN DRUM,
and the famous
FOOD'S MINSTRELS,
tbe most lauinable troupe of block hen.li In tho
couutry.
rin.t Grand Matinee, SATURDAY, January 6, at 2'i
o'c oek.
MONDAY EVENING. January 8, nn entirely now
BI I
Ihe Stelnway Square Plnno used at Mr. Hcl'er's
Soirees 1h kindly furnished by lilasius Bios of No. Im ti
hen ut stiect. the So.e Agents lor Momwny Sits
or New York. U 30 2t
rVEW PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM, NoT833
II MARK El Street.
The Alanager tales pleasure In announcing that this
tanhionable place oi sort lias been entirely reuiodellej,
decorated, iud palmeo. A beautltnl Lecture Room has
been fl ted uo at an expense oi i00 lor the purpwioi
lurnlsliing Instructive ai d innocent enturtalnmout, suit
able lor i amities and children.
rt ihe solicitation of many citizens the world -renowned
HAiF.SE TWIS8 AD CHILDREN
MAJVESC TWINS aND CHILDREN
8IAAIESK 'WINS AND CHILDHhN
MAME-E TWINS AND CHILDREN'
PIAMI SK '1 W iNS AND CH1LIIRKV
81 VIES)'. iWbt AND CHILDREN
will be on exhibit. on mra short time only, to give every
odo an opportunity of seeing them previous o their re
tirement romi'ubl'C exhibition.
In colt ectl.n with the wondertnl
A IS I KALIAN CH1LDRFV,
AU8IRAL1AN CHILDREN,
AUSTRALIAN I HILDItEN,
AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN,
AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN,
AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN.
Who are evidently oi a annlbal Race, Judging from their
natural proclivities, their long sharp eetb, etc t perhaps
the only specimen irom that country now living, I huir
heads are the smallest and most curious. y shaped ever
DtCU uu uumau uuiukb ui uiu uuuuiiy,
THE IOWA GIANTESS,
THE IOWA GIANTESS,
THE IoW A GIANTESS,
THE IOWA GIANTESS,
THE IOWA GIANiESS,
Weighing five honored and elehtv three pounds.
A LIVE DOUBLE-HE DKI) CALF.
A LIVE DOUBLE HEADED CaL'.
A LIVE 8EL
ANACONDAS,
MONKEYS,
BIRDS,
and 10,000 Na'ural Cm losltles, forming altogether one or
the most attractive exhibitions ever presented to the
public.
Admission to the whole, 35 cen's. Chldren. 2.1 cents.
Open dally, irom 0 o'clock A. M. till 10 o'clock P. M.
11 6t 11. P. INGALLS. Proprlutor.
GARDNER, HEMMING8 Co7s
VJT CIRCUS, MARKET Street, above TWELFTH.
LAST DAY OF THE REASON.
TBIS, NEW YEAR'S DAY,
THREE GRAND PERFORMANCES,
Morning, at lO o'clock,
Alturnoon, at 2 o'clock,
Mght. at fi o'clock.
When a different Programme will be presented at each
utertalnmcm, bringing Into requisition
Till. tNlIRE SlAK TROUPE
And the large siud of
HIGHLY EDUCATED HORSES AND PONIES.
REMEMBER,
The Last Day of the Season.
And let all attend.
The Grand Christmas Pantomime, of
DON Jl AN
OR, TUB
T 1BFRT INK'S DOOM.
Will be performed Aticrnoon and Evening.
QYM N A B I iJ AI.
inF, PHILADEl PI1IA PHY8TCAT. INHTITU1E.
CORNER NIN'I H AND AKCil BTR EASTS,
It open every I'm ami Evening.
liODIL) XERC1SE Is the only means to rostore
health and strength, and 'a highly recommended to both
sexes and all apes.
Clai-ecs tor Ladies Monday, Wednesday, and Friday,
between 4 and 6 P. M.
Classes lor Boys-Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,
be ween 4 nd 0 P. M.
For uents-Every day from 1AM, till 10 P. M.
N.B.-I'RIVATE LESSONS IN FENCING AND
SPARRING.
11 lHtmthim Protessors IIILLEBR AND A LEWIS.
ACADEMY OF FINIS ARTS, CHESJNUT
ttect. above Tenth.
OpentromHA. M. till 6 P. M.
Benjamin West's treat Picture ol
CHRIST BEJWIED.
Still on exhibition.
GE R M A N I A ORCHfiSTRA. PUBLIC RE
hearsala every SaTIRDAY AFTRION AT
MUSICAL FUND HALL. 8 o'clock. EngtDmicnls
nisatby addresting GEOUGE H A8TERT. Agent, Mi. 12 U
MONTEREY street, between Rs.' and Viae, 10 16 3m
AUCTION SALES.
M.
THOMAS & SONS, N03. 13!) AND 141 8.
FOURTH Street.
REAL ESTATE BALE, JANUARY .
MODERN RESIDENCE, I'lVKNTIKTJl STREET
The neat Modern Residence. No '225 8. Twentieth streot,
near W alnut It Is very conveniently arranged, luiuie
diate possession.
Mouera Three story BRICK DWELLING. No. 23
8. Tmrd s reel, north of Spruce street, ilai gas, bath,
eio. eto.
Three-story BRICK DWELLING, So. 2009 Glrard
venue.
Three-story BRICK DWELLING, No. 2010 College
aveuue.
CAVDFN PROPERTY.
Three-story BHICK STOItE and DWELLING. 8. E
corner of Fouith and Pine b tree's. Camden, N. J.
Two Tbrrfe-etory BRICK DWELLINGS, Nos. 404 and
400 Pine street, Lamden. N. J
'Ibree-story BHICK. DWELLING, No. 810 8. Fourth
street, Camden, N.J.
Thrte-story BRICK DWELLING and Two story
BRICK MORE, Noa. 812 anJB',4 S. Fourth street, Cam
den, N. J.
To Throe-story BRICK DWELLINGS, Nos. 803 and
807 Locust street.
i'hree-storv BRICK DWELLING, Holly street, south
of Fitzwater
VERY V ALUABLE LOT. N. XV. corner of Rustiuo
banna avenue and Hanoook street) 230 leet front.
'Ibree-story BUICK. DWELLING No. liOtt Pop'ar
itreei, with a '1 liree-story Hriek Dwe llng hi the retr.
Five Ihree story RtUCK DWELLINGS, Noa. 1U0
Illi2. 1134. 111. and 1124 Canal street.
Executois' Peremptory Sale Es'ate of John Feiton
deceased.-VALUABI.K TAVERN PROPf.HTY, oue
acre, known as ' Feltonvllle Hotel," Second street turn
pike and Fisher's lane, Twenty second Word. Sale
al toute. li30 2t
JFITZPATRICK & CO. AUCTIONERS.
New Auction House, No. 027 CiiESNUT StreeL
On Tuesday,
Jannary S. comprising a iige assortment of Flue
Goidami S.lver Watcbi s, Gold Chains. Jew dry, (Sold
and Sliver Pencil Casta and Gold leis. Fine Silvor
Piated Warea, Clocks Tools, show Coses. Flxlures.
Ele.,tto, at
DAVIS & HARVEY, AUCTIONEERS,
(Latewirb M. Thomas A Sons).
BTOK1C. No U3CHESNUT Street.
FrRNIlURE SALES at tbe Store every Tuesday.
BALES AT HESIDENCES will receive partlcalor
attention
J?ANC Y T 1 1 K 11 M 0 M E T K H S
AT
JAMES "W. QUEEN & CO.'S,
12 21
Ko 924 CUtBNtr BfRErr.
G IRAKI) ESTATE. IN COMPLIANCE WITn
the tventy-tonrlh eeo'lon of tho Will of Kteplien
Cirartl. ibo (operlnn njent. ot ho (I Irnrd r stnio has
pn pared tbe tol. owing comienscd statement of tlie
an. irsoi ti n esta e:
S i.cks sml Loans approprla'ed for the Imnroveme it
o. the i ssiein rout oi the city and Hc.awure avenue
far V'h;
TJnitmtStatesllMOS percent. Loan 1,!)0iUH
Sia.eot Peiinsvlvunlaft per cent. Loan oviVJTM.t
( ity ot Phi atle plila i percent 1.0 in O IOU'IIO
City ol 1 hilauelpliia6pircent.Louii,
iree irom lax flo,200 00
t Ity oi 1 hi adiiiihltt 8 per cent., ,,, ,
Loon, taxable 54.100 00- 139,303 00
City Gas 6 per rent. Loan
'i2 bates oi .-toe In the Insurance Company
ol tue - Ufa ot i'tnusvlvania
4. .-hiius of rroerroi tlotk In the Union
anal ( ompHn.r
Union anul oinpauv ot Pcniisyivnula 6 per
cent Loan
Bchuylklil cavitation .ompany Loau 18.L),
per e nt
Sthuyitlli Navigation i itnpanv Loan. Imsl..
.-el.tiy.kill Navliatioii Coiupuuy Loan lay., re
ceived lor liittsn-M
Loan apprupriuted to purchase Fuel lor
"I'oorWnite Housekeepers and Roorakecp
ers" In ihe city oi I'hilaueiphla,
One t ert.tlcate of Loan Schuy iklll Navigation
t tnianv,H per cent....
CneCerciBcateof Loan i huy kill Navigation
Con pan , 1H8-, received lor Interest
Smeks and Loans comprising taa Resiuuury
Fund, lfr :
United Mates 5-20 6 per cent. Loan
lulled rtates 10-1(1 H per cent Loan
bchuylklil Navigation Company Loau.t) per
cent
State ot 1 ennsylvania 5 pec cent Loan
Loan to Frunklln Institute
Ouantlans of the A'uor Loau tnow
t : ny ) o rer cent . Wft f 0
City of 1 bhadclphia Loan, ft per
cent 7 NW tiO
10,000 00
4.4O0O I
1,00010
2M7WRI
'i.. Ml 111
13.W070
9.';89'57
27-68
1.M 09
10,701) VO
1,031-54
H8.KIU li,1
1,000 Oil
- 8,300-00
City of Philadelphia Loan, 8 per
eint.ireee, ta 428 700 00
Cltv ol i tnlade.phia Loan, u pr
t?nu, taxalito.... MM 00- 39,000 0,1
1(10 Shares of Stock Phi adeluhla Exchanve
t ompany ;"".,','!
Situ .-hurts of Slock hchuylki.l Navigation
Company .
Hi r-huicnof Stock Coeapeake and Delawura
i anal coumaey
4WiO bares o stock Danville and Poitsville
Ral ruad Company
2 Snares oi stock Uermen own aud terklo-
men luroo.ke Company.
lsiar- oixs. busqu, hanua and Lehigh
lu'iipike company.......
1 Bond man to Rltlge Ro d inrnplke Co.....
1 Bond lor intorert on Loan to Kidne Road
'i uinptke t ompany...
1 Boud scbuvikill Navigauon Co. Loan.lBSJ,
received mr luteicst.....
Loan and Cafh couipillii the legacy im
part) lecelvtd irom the Estate oi Lawrtnce
1 ofld , deceas-. d, of 1 1 1 Ino.s
United States Loon, per cent., 18x1,
llt-O.cost 7'5(2Vm)
Caeh to be invested ! J
10,0 0 00
110 ..100 -00
10 200 00
200,000 Oil
200 00
1110-00
10,000 00
900. 0
21168
7,58750
- 7,587-50
Interest received 778 49
i ho lollow iig account current exhibits a cond in-ed
statement ot the cu.h account embiactug tho amount
oi Inu real, dividends, rent oi real estate, aud paymuuU
made lor various oblects icr the veai INiS :-
Ra'ance m too treasury. Jaauaryl Ii 11,!31 82
c.sh recclveu tor rent ot Reul Estate l it). j-,4
Do Inicrcm on t h Loan H.OoOOJ
Do
Jo
hchuv.klu Navlwatlon Co.
Loan. 15,102 69
State of Pennsylvania
Loan 6 907 31
( 111 Cits Loan 610-00
United Ma cs Loan, t-20
C per cent 219 73
United Htotcs Loan, 1040
5 per cent 1,335-21
Dividend Philadelphia
Exchange Co stock 200 00
do Insurance Co....
btateof Piuusylvanta.... 8.S0 00
do Scbuylalll Navi
gation Co.'s htock 5,040 00
mini Real Kaiate Schuylkill
county 227-00
Irom collieries In echuy.-
kihcouuy 36,710 71
lor Interest on Lawrence
To!d Legacy 75fi-91
lor lota. Income Account. . oo-iu
tJ5W,2(il 25
Do
Do
DO
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
DO
Cash paid under aj proprlations by Councils:
jlS i A i E.
ForWute' Rent 1 718-0(1
Tuxes 30,715112
taiarles ObOO-ixi
Lands out ot thecountv H,l.r-JJ
Permanent Improvements 3!l0-7tj
ceneral Repairs 12.405 70
Inxiito Painting 1,9:I84
Paper ana ilanglna 2.403 la
Ou side Painting 4,009118
Annuities IH'O-t.O
Mifce lancoiis Expenses 4,00 48
l urcboae ol mel tor "Poor White
Hounekeepcra" 629 75
Lltbting Delaware a venue with
gas 1,205 60
Repairing lavement Deawaui
Avenue 53300
To Invent a certain Amount In
l liy Loans 1,666 85
Cash paid noon Wilts f Manila
mus lor (luiram s in widening
Delaware Avenue 10.405-12
Repairing Pier, Deluwuro Avenue 5n-!l
t4,73u.7
nnr T I." f. c
Committee on nYnahoid..i;i,!ilx-Sl
luMituiiou. lti iih lit
" At-ciuiits... 2 4 '0 02
' ' Library blltiO
" Dlsi'lplliie Ac
LlHcba go, 249-99
Manual La
bor 50U-00
61,13 642 89
D228 379-25
Bnhince In the City Treasury
urranti not taken
Balance In the Trcciury
31.784-a
30 88ini
CIIARLE- f. SMITIi.
Ruperlnteuueut Glrard Estate,
riil adelrthia, December 1W. lijos. I i ;ir
JSTAliLISHED IN 1812.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
WILLIAM WILSON & SON
Have on hand a large and (roiicral aMoitmont of
SILVER WARE.
Of our own manniacturc, and highest standard of
Silver. Also,
PLATED WAIIE.
A very large and general assonment of ia
penor PLATED WAKE.
OLD SILVER BOUGHT AND TAKEN IN EX
CHANGE, llifhest prioo given. 121613t
jf I N E '
OPERA OJL.S3HI:s.
A VERT LJMGE VARIETY,
JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.,
12 21 . No. 824 CHESNDT STREET.
BENNETT'S
FANCY 13 A Z A A It-
AM DEPOT FOB
PARIS NOVELTIES
SPECIALITIES,
No. SO N. mmiTli STIIEET
WEST 8IDB,
1128 ABOVK MARKET
QSEFUL
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
AT
JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.'S,
12 21
No 824 CH-NTJT STREET.
TAKE NOTICE. CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A
on extensive Stock Of the renowned I. nhn oil
Bafotv Lamps." Heeds no chimney and dues not smoke
Jiidt Mbe thing vfanieu;" also the (wlebrauxlr 'American
Waler-.ltjU Hatetf Lamps." tuniiiur wlihoat miok
or rmell. Ihe pationane o ithe pobiio to most cordially
tollcilrd. WOVttTKK, DAV18 i H.
13 im l,o. 2 A.UCU tTtreet.
GOVERNMENT SALES.
IAlil.E SAI.K OF OOV Kit MI-NT IUIt,D-
INt.S jtNU OlilKlt I'HOl'RIM'Y AT I'dlntr
LOOKUUI , HU
UtAlXlUARTKItn DKPARTMKNT W AUtTIJIOTON,
OFK1CB OIT I HIHF (jnARTKRMAKTEIt.
WPHlNflTON. I (! . Dhc Imr 9l IS 1A
Will lo so l at l'nbhn Aiierinn tn tlu. I.l,rh,af i.;.l
tier nt lOlM lOi KOU r. Md . en in mnnninif
1 111) USD AY, January 18, lHBfl, at 10 o'clock. A.
Jl . tho lollnwmc Irumo buildiuk-s and other ouliho
Jjrotierty nt that tjicp, ia. i-
UMIU) bTAltS GENERAL HOal'ITAL.
One tirsrinuarti-rs iiuilmnv. 17ft hv 2A Imh ir.
Moft'i'a' v arus. each 17u bv lifi feet : oi,o Mnw..nn
'.CO b 13 Iron .no Guards' (Juarters. Itl7 bv 21 initi
one C'ctiirsband tjiioiicrs (!0 by 14 loot) ouo Kitchen,
ft) b leet; ono Cliapol, 77 i.y 2b leoti on t,un.
iry i.y icet, witn ttauonnry Kiijr.no, Locomo
tive lioiier, and all liie necossaiy appar.itus lorsieam
ki nuiy and dry nrj oiii tow Stable, 01 by 14 lott;
one lioisc ntabie, L2 by 21 lovt : out Vu-.on Uoaio,
rrr.aili one Danfaaro Iicupo, 65 by 25 lop. I oue
V urcuotiso. 6 by 2(i iet-ti one Ice lionse.
40 IT bO let, and 10 fnct hii'li: Water-tank
builuimr, 17 by 17 feet, 80 lcet hijrh wttli circular
n vr tniik. .6 toot d amotcr: two Coal HoiiHes. inn
ban Home, one i'oiape House, ono I feud ilotis ,aud
ono AVasb Houxe, oi various dimensions) also,
covered l'lank Footwalkt connecting tho abovn
but amps; actreualo louKth 1HU0 icet, aud 8 lcot
wale.
i hp above-mentioned llcacqnartors Bulldlnir la
two ttorics hiK'i. Inthed and blustered, ana tho fif
teen llot-MtHi arus, the Alefu-liouso. and m oiv
othor stiucinrta aro also lathed and plusteiod.
riilSUN CAMl".
10 Hofpltal Wards, eaou liil bv 25 foot : 7 C.ok.
lions s, each 143 bv '2 lcot: oue rook liouio. I'M or
6 lect ono I ouk-house, 140 by 2ri loot, w.tli t-o
w.nes. each ju by 10 lcot; ono Heitdiiuortera Kuild
Inir, 72 by 24 lcot, with two wins;, each 40 bv 20 lo.-t;
one s. Moreliouse, 90 by 22 leet; one Dispensary,
40 by t8 lect; oue Chapel, 100 by 24 leet; ore
jirifg t fl.ee, 30 by 10 teoi ; one Guard Uoujo (b uok),
tO by 16 icet; one tunrt rs. oi.o Othco. and ore
Storeroom, oi prions aimensions; also, viva lineal
leet ol li-uciii", 12 leet liitrh ; 810 lineal toot ol Huntd
Fence, 6 'eet liiali ; 700 lineal Icet ol coyorod Plunk
lootwaikr, 12 feei wide; and 81S8 lineal fectot l'Iam
icolvn:k. 4 icet wide, with ruil.
UAltTl-.KMAIsrhlt'S DEPARTHKNT,
Ore Quarters, 10 by 2b l'.;oi ; one Quarters, 100 bv
14 hot ; t'l.o Qunrters, 12 by 22 feet; ono Qunrcrs,
6H by 28 feet I three 8i alios, averaging 189 uy 27 loot
tach; one Btorebnuso, b4 by 27 leet; one rininh
feboi , 63 by 24 feot; one Wheelwright bhop, 67 by
14 icet; ana tour Offices, tlireo Quarterfl, two rton
houses, oue Oil-bouse; one Inuciler's bhop, and ouo
Mess Houee, ot various dimenslom.
illbCELLANEOU -' ULILU1NUS, AND OrilEIi
P-IOVEUTV.
Ono Tost Hospital, 70 by 26 tjot; ono Commlisary
StoicUottsc, 210 by 85 leet ; ouo Commissary Sales
room and Otiico, 84 by27leet one Otliou, 27 by 14
lcot; one Cuaid Mouso doe), 60 by 60 foet; oue
dunrd House (lov), 8' by 20 leet; two trumo (. tiard
Houses small size; on Darrack, t Vort Lincoln,
60 by 20 feet; ono Ordnance Morehouse, 64 b 12
tect; one Slauabter House 40 by 21 feet, w th Slied,
24 b 13 feet, and Ou.buildinirs, 8 by 9 leet; ono Mta
bie. 80 bv 22 teot ; and 10 lUichena, Quarters, eto.,
of various dimensions.
One woarl ot Timber and Lumber, 478 feet Ion",
and van ini m width Horn 22 to lt2 feet. 218 llno!il
net of Stockade, 11 icet high on the Potomac s do,
with block house 20 by 80 leet, four p atforms, each
ltl bv 12 lect, and 100 lineal foet oi plank Ibotwalk,
6 lcet wide. 167 lineal leet ot ritockade on bay sido,
with I'locf-houuo ib by 20 feet, and tureo piatlorms
of arious ditnonsious. and a fool walk.
Ouo llofe Carriage; 23 lire Ladders; 24 Axe; 118
Fno Buckets; aiiusix lengths ot lloxu, each ol lcot
lent?.
ibrio Cooklpg linnges; one Perpotual Ovon; a
qnniitiiy of o.d Lumber; and a number of Pumps.
1'oict Lookout, "Kuali d at the junction of tho Po
tomac river with Chesapeake bay, was, belore the
war. a lavorito watering place, and is well adupted
lor tho purpcte now, bavin excellent facilities lor
salt water tatliiuir, and abundance ol llab aud itamo.
Tbe luildinits above enumerated under tho head "f
"I'nited StatcB Cen. ral liosmtal." aie loca.ou di
rectly on tho Point, tho priuciial structures bein
artanaea in a circiu, ruuiui ui irom a ooniin-m
centre, and connected by covered loot walks, aud
could with moderate expense bo bttod up p openy
lor the acc tiimoUntion ut visitors, as a Bteam laiiu
drv, ice liouto, coal houso. watur-tauks, and many
other r.eecssnry structures for tho purposo. are readv
lor iinmediato use. An excoileut opportunity is I
a sob Horded to laud-owners in tho vicinity, and else
where, to secure valuable loucinx and building
mator'al.
a sieumor will. leave the Government wharvoi,
south sule of tho basin, near Fardy's ehipard, lial
timore, Aid., at 10 o'c oek, ou tlie moruinir of Wed
nesday, January 17, 1S00, for tho transoortation of
bidden lo I oil t Lookout; and will oe retained until
thecloso of the sale to return the parens rs to Bal
timore. Meals will bo lui malted on tho boat at llio
usual tteituboatratcB.
1 ho Bn'idinirs willbesold sincljr, and othor pro
perty in lots tosuil purchasers. .
llio militaiv eaard will remain in clinriro of tho
Buildings, eto., lor nf eon days after the sale, it
desired, and purchateis will be allowed twenty days
in whieii lo remove tboii properly
leiuuv-Coth, in Ooverimout funds.
M. I. LI DINGTOX,
Colonel and Chief Quartermvior,
1116t Jei'artmi'Ut ot Washington.
GOVERN MEN T SALES.
SALE OF EESEKVED nOKSES.
21
QUARTEKXASTim'B OFFICE, 1
Wasiiinoion, D. C, Deoetiibor 12, 1S(!6 J
The Qnartoimaiitur General of the Army aireta
that all (jiovotnment Hordes now at Giooboro, D. C.,
be sold to the highest bidders.
acs will, thereforo, take p ace at GIESBOUO,
D. C.. bicmninir on
IHL'KKDAY AEXT, DKCEHBER 14, 1S65,
and con tinui lift on each TUEsDaY and 1UUE3
DAY tberealter. until all aro disposed of.
A Boat w ill loave the fciixuh street wharf every
hour on tbe days of stile.
These Iiorcos have been ca-o fully seloctod, and aro
superior to am heretofore c Bored tor sale.
Amma's wil' be sold sinelv.
Sales to commence at 10 o'clock A. M.
Terms Cash in United State's currency.
JAMES A EION,
Brevet Brlpadier-Geueral in charge
12 13 16t First Divitdon Q. M u. O.
1. X lFSlVt SAL.E OF GOVEK.NUENT PKO-
PEKTY AT FAYETTEVIuCE, N. C.
I'boeutiie stock of the United States Are nal to
be sold on THU KS tA , January 11 1866, by
EDWARD L POALK, Auctioneer.
Consistinir of tho toUowinir art-ces. viz :
Jlaoiifnerv Boilers, ranjrinir from 16 to 42 fret.
Lare lot Wiouiht and 1ik Iron.
Guns, Hownzers, Columbtad- 82-poundcrs.
Gnndstonei, solid 8"ot. Gas Pipe, and other arti
cles too numerous to mention.
Also Fiom three t" Ave millions of Brick, Brown
Stone, etc. eto , the remains of the raid Arena!.
By ordr of Chief ot Oraiance. Washington, D. C.
.1. F. 1.UK.EMS, Lieutenant and D C. O.
12 29 8t WilminuidO. N C.
o
FF1CE COMMISSARY OF SUBSISTENCE,
I GlTNERAt. CnAEOB OF SUB8IBTKNOB
Dlt-iit. is Dbhahtments o Viuoikia
avd North Caholii.a. Rioumono. Va
Deootnbor 28, 1885.
186.
OAbr. U UAlilJ ISKfAD.
Sealed proposals, in duplicate, will be roeclved at
this office dal v, and opened on WEDNESDAYS
ana SATUhDAY" of each week, for all the SUR
PLUS HARD BREAD in the State of North Caro
lina, stored in depots at Newborn aud Moreheud
City.N C.
The Breac is in boxes of ifty (60) pounds each, and
in eood sbipomjr order.
All purchases will be delivered on board ot trans
ports wlibout expense to tbe purchaser.
No proposal received lor less than twenty (20)
boxes, oue thousand (1000) pounds.
Payment required on delivery of the bread m
Government lunds.
Proposals should be endorsed "Proposals for Ilaid
Bread." and addressed to .
' THOM IS C. SULLIVAN.
Brevet Major and C. U. S. A .
12 28 Richmond, V a.
li
ARGE SALE OF GOVBKNMENT MULES,
ClIIM QUABTKBM ASTER'S OfFIOB,
1pot oir niuiiuBi
VTABhihoton, D. C December 6, 1886 )
Will bs sold at publio auction, under the direction
ot Brevet Colonel C. H. Jompkins, Q. M at the
Fastern Branch Corral, near Lincoln Hnxvital
Depot Wastunirton. D. C eoiemenoiux vv KDNES
DAY. December 20, 1880, at 10 o'clock A. M., a supo-
ri0rMXliUNDnED GOVERNIIENT MULE3.
The Md es are well broken, matched, in hue condi
tion, and way be considered, in every roijieot, a Ural
"'ihe'y'will be sold sinaly, to the hlirheat bidder.and
tbe sale will be continued Irom uay to day until the
whole number Is sold. ' '
Ttrms Catb. in Covernmant flint's
D. II BUCKER.
Bvt. MaJ. Gen, and Chief Qua norma: or.
Depot of Washington.
The above sale nas been postponed until TUES
DAY, December 28, 1806 at 10 A. U.. at wuicU t mo
It wlil reeommeucs, aud be continued from dav to
day until the who e are sold. 12 2d 4t
GOVERNMENT SALES.
IAKCE SALE OF UMIED STAria ORD
t NaNI El hOPKKlY.
Will be so d at I uhiio Anolion. by T. A. McCLEO
LAND, Anctioncer, at At earhnnv Arsenal, Puts
i tu?, l a , commeneinn at 10 o'oloo A M., HON
DaY. January 16, 1888, tbe following articles, yizt t-
4 Iron Cannon.
f2 Upper t-cma'o Carriaees , cast Iron.
76 fts Artillcrv Harness.
45,282 Foreign Muskets and Rifles, new and r
repaired.
18,902 United States Muskets and Rifles, new and
paired.
f2.P31 l orelffn Muskets and Elfles
l,'),l)H4 United States MuskeU and Rifles, t
8608 Brtech-ioad.nH ami other Carbines.
4(3 Colt's ana Sharp's Rifles. ,
151 Sportina- Rifles.
88 r-hotGuns.
8.HJ!2 lm-ket and R fie Barrels,
lit 9W3 llavonets, Tnatigular.and Sword.
2.16 Pevolvers
1,876 datrcaand Swords.
4, OtiO Sets Cavalrv Accautremont.
66.C0O Sets Infantry Accou-rements.
8 U 0 Saddlos, Cavalry at.d Ar illery.
20, t00 Parts of Horse Equipments.. Bridles, Horse
Brushes, Currycombs, eto
8000 f-addle MlaiiHots.
8.2CO Pans ot Artillery Harness
4.C0O Ponnds oi Powder, Cannon, Musket, Riflo and
Sportina:.
82 Incomplete Sets of Wrought Iron parU lor
(. animate Carriaros.
600 'Ions Scrao Cms; Iiou.
PO Tons rorap Wroua-ht Iron.
f.O tons Lead and ai timouy , In pigs; Type Metal.
100 Wioujilit Iron Axle.
2",0C0 lbs. Lead Dross.
17.CC0 l'ackiuir Boxes.
A lurjro lot ot Appendages for Maskot), Carbines,
oto.
A largo lot of Artillery Implements and Equip
ments A larpe lot of spare parts for Muske's, do.
A lor Po lot ot Tools and Machines.
Purchasers will be required to remove the pro
perty ten days aitcr the sale.
Terms, cah.
R. H. R. wnilELEY,
Lieutenant-Colore! of Ordnance arid Brcvot Briga
dtei-Oineral V. S. Army.
Allonheny Arsenal. December 2G, 1865, 12 28 16t
AUCTION "ALE OF SERVICEABLE AIi)
DAMAGED HOSPITAL PKOI EUTY. .
C. W. BOTtLcH, J , Auctioneer.
Mkpiual Purveyor's Ovfiob. I
Waspinoto. D. C, Doconiaor 80, 1.865.
Will bo sold at Judiciary Square Warehooses,
corner FIFTH and E streets, on THURSDAY;
MORNING. Jannary 4, 1886. at 1) o'clock A U.,
a lame quan Ity of servicaeule aud damaged Uo
pita Property, conn-tins' oi
Blank, ts, Sheets, 5000 Hair Pillows, Counterpanes,
Bedrocks, b.nrls. Draweis, Pillow-Iioks, Towois,
I lotes, Murs, Pitchers. Dishes. Clock', Leather
Bullet, Meso Cites s, Wooden Bodsteads, Cuairs,
l'ecsido Tables, Piu'.torm tecaios, and four I'riutlujc
Presses.
Fn pertv mus1, be psid for and removed within
forty-eieht hours from termination of sale.
. SUlHhKLAND,
1 1 8t Surgeon V. S. A., Med. Purveyor.
JJ KITED STATES MILITARY EALLKOAuS.
OFFICE OF ABSIfiTAKT QUARTKRMASTItR, 1
V abhikoton, D. C, Decern' or 20th 1806 )
Thehnleot UN I TED STA IKS MILITARY UIL- .
ROAD MaIKKIAL. at ALEXANDRIA, Va.. will
le reusmed on WEDNESDAY, the loth duy of
January next.
In addition o the articles previously advortisod
thero will bo offered :
CO (00 feet icasnned Oak P'nnk and Timb r.
1 new Lathe. 88 feet loug, 83-luch swing.
1 new Vert.cal Car wheel Borer.
1 second. baud Pinner.
1 Ensine Houso, 858 Dy 68.
80 Buildings, varying in sizo from 10 bv 10 to
80 bv 09.
1 Wharf, toot of Franklin street, containing 21,403
square teot.
Ouly a small proportion of the new material has
been disposed of.
Sa'e to commence at 10 A. M.
Temvs- Cash, in Government fnnds.
Vouchers for Transpo sition will be received from
rnilrnHil r.nmnanies as cash.
H L TiOBINSON
12 21thstn0t Brevet Brl"adier uencral, A q. It.
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UHEAU OF OKDNANlE.-NAVY DEPART
MENT,
WAPniNGTON t ity, ueeemoor 13, 1HB5.
SALE OF A LAUGE LOT OF OLD AND UNSER
VICEABLE NAVY CANNON.
Nottco is beieby given. Uut thore will be sold at
tie Navy Yard. Bmoklyn. Now York, at poblte
miction, on toe 10th and 11th davs ot JANUAHY,
1S80, at nooa, alatgo lot of o d Navy Cruuou.
these Cat. uon will be sold by tbe pound to tho
highest bidder, 'terms ca-h in Government luuds;
one half the purchase money to he paid at tho ond
of the sale, aud 'he remainder within ton days after
wards, at which tune tho Cannon must he remoed
irom tbe Navi Yard, other vine thoy will levert to
tbe Government,
Further information regarding the salo wi.I b
piven on application tothe Oidnnnoe Oltloor at thoj
Brooklyn Navy Yard. U A. WlsE,
Chiof of Bureau ot Ordnance,
1215fmwtlll Navy Department.
OIFaCE OF THE DEI'OT QUARlERMASTElJ
Foul LtAVKNWouTtt, Kansas, I
December l'J, 1886. , 1
FBOTOSALS FOR ARMY IRAysrORTATIOK-
Sealed Pioposuls will be rcceivod at tins olUet- until
12 o'clock on ti c 81st day of January, 1888, lor CH
I raneportat ou ot .Vli.itaiy Supplies during the yeaX
1888, on ihe following routes:
Routk No. 1. rom F'orts L avenworth, Laramie,
and Riley, aud other depots tliat may boetub lslicd
during tbe above year on the west ban of the Mis-.
Boun river, north ot Fort Leavenworth and south of
latitude 42 den ices north, to auy posts or stations'
that are oi may bv established in the TCriltorles oil
Nebraska, Dacotah, Idaho, and Utah, Bouth ol lati
tude 44 Oeorees north, and east oi longitude 114 dor
greeswest; and in Ihe Territory of Coloi-ado nortbi
ot 40 degrees north. Bidders to state tho rate per
lOu pounds per 100 miles at which they will trans
port said ttoi en in each of the months irom Ajril tt
September inc.usivo, ot tho ear 1888.
Roots No. 2 Fiom rorts Leavenworth and
Rilev, in the state of Kani-as, and the town of Kan
sas, in the State of Missouri, to anv pouts or sta'ious
that are or mav bo established in the Siato ot Kan
sas, or in tlie Territory ot Colorado, south of lati
tude 40 degrees north, drawing supplies Irom Fort
Leavenwirth; and to Fort Union, N. M,, or other
depot that may Do d em mated in that Territory, ta
Fort Gar and. and to any other po ut or points on
the route. Bidders to state the rate per 100 pounds
per 100 nines at which ihey will tran-port said etoren
in ecu of tho mouths fiom April to September m
clv.ve, ft the year 1888.
Route No 8 From Fort Union or sncs other
depot as may be established in tho Territory of New
Mexico, to any posts or clations that are or may ba
cstab uthea in that lemlory, and to such pouts or
stations as may be cesuruteted in ihe Territory of
Arizona and State of Texas, west of tongituae 105
oecieea west Bidders to state the rate per 100
pounds per 100 miles at which they wi l transport
nam stores in each of the months irom June to No
vember inclusive, of tbe year 1888.
'Hie weicht to bu transported each year wilt not
exceed 10,000,b00 pounds ou Route No. 1, 15,000,000
pounds ou Route No. 2, and 6,000,000 pounds on,
Uouie No. 8 '
No additional percentage will be paid for the)
transportation ol bacon, lard, bread, pino lumber,
sbmiries. or auy other stores.
Bidders should give their namos in full, as Well asr
their places ol roMdenoo, and eaoh proposal should
be accompanied by boud in the sum of ten thou
sand dollars, sivued by two or more respousibla
persons, guaranteeing that, in ease a contract ts
awarued tor the rou e mentioned in the proposal ta
the parries proposiug, the ooutract will be accepted
aud entered into, aud good and sulliclent security
furnished by said partus, in accordance with this
terms ol this advertisement.
'1 be amount of bonds itquired from the eontrac
tors will be aa follows!
On Route No. 1 f 100,00(1
" 2 2O0,X
M " 8 80,000
Safisfactory endenoo of tho loyalty aud solvency
of each biduor and person oKerod at security will bo
required.
Proposals must be indorsed :
- Proposals for Army Transportation on Route No.
'1,' '2 ' or '8 ' " as the case may be, and none will ba
entertained unless they lull v comply with all the re
quirements ol ibis adveitiseuiout.
Patties to Iiohi awards are made must be pre
pare" to execute coutraots at once and to give the.
required bouus fur tuo laitiim perlormauoo of tho
same.
Contracts will be made subjeet to the approval of
tbe Ouariermoi-ter-Generai; but the riirtit is rusorvedi
to i eject any or all bids that may be ottered.
Coulractors must be ia roadme-s lor service by tho
1st day of Apm, 1888 aud they will ba req uite I to
Lave a place oi ousmoss or agenot at or in th) vie'
nlti of r nits Lavenworth and Uuion. and o'hti
depots that may be established, at which they m i j
CotumuuioaUxt With promptly ai'd readily. . I
By order ot the Quarter montci Oonera-.
J. A. PO'TE't
12 12 I8t ColcneJ and C hief luartorm r.-.

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