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THE DAILY EVENING TKI.EGKAPIT. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1866.
CITY INTELLIGENCE lifyr additional Loral v Fijl'i Paye. ToMOK Statistics. The following h a at fttcmetit of tlio number oi urreKts made, rtuilucr t he pHRt fix months. Wo hiivc heictofcro Riven the arrest? by tlistiicis, monthly: Jnlv .. ..4.410 November 6 't August 4,1-Ti December September 4 .168 Oetnhor .....1.0(17' To III 8 740 23,957 Number of anosts made during the first x monihs of Iho year lHUfi i , Nnmbcr of arrests m i i mouths idil Add ihesnut Hill arrests 122 Grand total for year 40,161 The following is a comprtrativo statement of Iho number of arrests mini" by the police of this city during the past live years, or siuce the com mencement of the war: M titht. January. . . February. i March April May Judo. ...... July August "September. October. ... November. , December. . IMil. 210 VU7 Ci 3 .....2087 . . . .21H8 2229 2!I4 24'17 2472 '2x6 li'ffi! 2300 1HC2. lfWt. 1WJL 1M1.V 1710 2017 2'W 2lrvl 1746 2210 2712 1816 21('t 88l 2SI8 at!U4 209.1 2717 2(583 2918 2111 8nM ' 2!t; 295 ?4!H 8041 2471 8477 2X71 2090 8199 4410 2748 8113 4PM 2.141 8420 8007 41S3 2111 2888 31ir, 41)!'.t 2f30 27W 2772 84 15 2463 2087 2015 874i 27,678 34,050 34,231 40,059 Toial 27,283 Navy Yap.d Citange of Command ant. Commodore Hull, who has been the effi cient, popular, and obliirius Commandant at the Philadelphia Navy Yard lor Home time past, ha been relieved from doty at that post, and Com modore Seltridgo appointed in his stead. Tio change took place vefcterdity morning and the occasion called forth ail interesting ceremony, followed by a very pleasant reunion at Commo dore Hull's residence. The new Commandant, Commodore stalfrldgc, entered the Navy l'arcl during the morning, and was received at the gate by the officer of the yard and the marine guard, lie was then escorted to Commodore Hull's apartment, where, alter a sociable and agreeable interview, the. transfer of papers and documeits usual in such cases took place. At hall-past elwen o'clock a salute of eleven puna was fired in honor of Commodore Hull's pennant, which floated from the ruizzenmawt ot the ,re cehlnc ship Princeton. As the last pun was dischareed the pennant was hauled down and that of Commodore Scllridge run up, which was in turn saluted with eleven guns. These cere monies over, Commodore Sellridtre, the officers of the guard, and a number of invited guests repaired to the residence of Commoiiore Hull, by special Invitation, where the entire party were entertained in a mo t liberal and hospitable manner bv the retirinc commandant and his amiable lady. ' Meeting of the Pp.esbyteby. Yester day mornlne the Presbvterv met in the Rev. Dr. Johnson's church, on FrankforJ avenue. The uroccedintrs were opened wiiu. prayer by the Rev. Dr. Edwards. A large number of clergy men were nresent at the obenine session. Eev. Di. Kevin offered a resolution "That the Presbytery sustain the action of the last assem bly in regard to the reconstruction of the Pres byterian Church. North and South." After a recess of one hour the Presbvterv reassembled. when Mr. William 11. Thomas, a member of the KenBingtm Presbyterian Church, applied to be taken under care of the Presbytery as a candi date for the Gospel ministrv, ami on motion ho was examined in experimental religion, and his motives In seekiuc the Gospel ministry, which examination being sustained he was taken under the care of Presbvterv. Last evenvner Rev. E. R. Riddle. D. D.. deli vered an able discourse before the members of the Presbytery. HiGimAY ItobuErtY. Last evening, about six o'clock, a bold robbery took place on Ultra street, near Arch. Mr. Charles Downer, tor- merly High Constable, was walkinar down Third street, and when in the neighborhood of Arch . street three men approached him, and one caught hold ot his watch-chain, giving it a sudden lerlc. As soon as this nad been done, one of the men took the watch, and they ran down Third into Church street, with great speed. Mr. Downer immediately gave the alarm, which reached the car of Ullicer Sanders. He eave chase, but so quick were the movements of the thieves that they were soon out oi sip tit. Two Men Stabbed. Early on Sunday mormnor a bent occurred lu a tavern on caiiow- bill street, above Broad, durine which Waemer Weist and Daniel Penrose were stabbed. Pen rose was conveyed to his home, in Sixteenth street, below Vino, and VVeist was taken to the Hospital. Weist is injured in the shoulder, side, and other portions, lie is not considered in a daneerous condition. Charles and Lewis Fruit have been'arrestsd and held for a hearing on the charge ot Deinrr implicated to the matter. Committed to Jail. llenry Willard was committed to prison yesterday upon the charge of havinu entered the Btore of John Love, at Twenty-first and Fitzwater streets, by means of laise Keys, on sunaay morning wnue tne tamiiy were at cnurcu. Koine silver coin, valued at $40, was stolen. A lot of skeleton keys were found upon tne person ot tne accused. Fatal Explosion op a Shell. About . three o'clock yesterday afternoon,,while a young man named Henry Crawage, employed in the Penn Treaty Iron Works, at the foot of Marl borough street, was throwing condemned shells into a lurnace at the mill, oue of them exploded, tearing off his right leg. He died liiit evening. Threatened to Shoot. Johnston Kelly ' and John Colcher were belore Alderman Jones upon the charge of threatening. The defendants. were together at Donnelly's saloon, Ninth and Market streets, and it is alleged that Kelly drew a pistol and threatened to ehoot Donnelly. The accused were sent below. Democbatic Dhlegate Election. Ac cording to the rutevt the Democratic party, on Monday two weeWjJanuary 15, the members of the organization eict delegates to a representa tive Convention and also to a Senatorial Con vention. Ward Executive Committees will also be elected. Shooting Affair. Yesterday morning a man named Frauk Mackana, while standing at tne uoor ot nis residence, on Tasker street, above eighth, was snot in the neck by Ed. Mc- Nulty, and seriously injured. Whether the shooting was accidental or not, it was impossible to icarn. The Association for Disabled Fire men. a meetiner of the member of this associa tion took place last evening, at the hall of the Fire Association, corner of Filth and North afreets, for the purpose of electing twenty-three trustees to serve ior tne ensuing year. attempted suicide. a. young woman named Anna Davis attempted to commit suicide on Suuday, at Sixteenth and Cherry streets, by swallowing laudanum. Sho was conveyed to the Hospital, where res'oratives were applied, ana sue was noon ui ui uanger. The vote. The voto on the base ball implements, at St. Joseph's Fair, up to 10 o'clock last evening, stood as follow: Enterprise, 181; Keystone, n; Magnolia, 4b; Ainicuc, is. The prison connected with the almshouse at Portsmouth, N. II., was burned on Sunday night, and three prisoners perished in tho flames. Their names were Duncan Hill, John Duryea, and John GaUughan. Thesbip Art Union, lnt ly bou'ht by tho State authorities at Massachusetts tor a school ship. Is at East Boston, nearly ready tor sea. She Has been named in honor ot George jsi. iianiaru, w1 o gave rive thousand dollars towards her pur chase, and has made liberal eifls lor a library. She will accommodate about two huudred pupils. TLo experience with the school-ship Massachu- setts has been such as to encouraire this kind of discipline tor boys who have incurred the pen al lien oi me taw. Rev. Alfred Owen, a Baptist minister at Tmi, Massachusetts broke tliroturh the Ice vl.i!n skatincr. the other day. but wan so fall that ho touched bottom and Cocaped lulury. Propertv in Iho lower part, of Hartford, Ct., is worth less to day than it was fort voars ago, and business bus been driven back Irom tl.e river streets to higher ground by the ftiinunl floods. -There are now two hundred and fiftv-iivc Undents connected with the Ilprvard medical f chool nic re than ever before. The students are mostly from New England aud the British provinces. The Host on Post says: A New York mil lionaire, sa.d 10 be afflicted with the loprosy, was cured bv the President of the New York Medical University, and in ids tcratnide ten dered him a ;50CO tee, but the doctor accepted but $1600. It Is reported that James Guthrie, as Presi dent of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, ban concluded a linancial operation whereby rue road ln.s made $20(1,000 out ot the war. 'iiie State of Tennessee had loaned its bond for .f.M'0,000 to aid in the construction ot theroai, which was to pay interest semi annually to the fiscal agent of the State the Hank of Tennessee. When the bank ran oil' into Dixie it was of course imposstole to pay, and r.s holders sot no divi dends, tho value of tho bonds depreciated. Guthrie quietly bought Uietn all uo for tho road, and the State has lust received them at par, thereby canctlriig the debt. As a proof cf tbe suspicion with which the French Government regurds every publication relating to Napoleon and Ins lannly, it U men tioned that M. P. LaniYev, th writer of a series ol articles in tbe lircve Nationctic, with th- title ot the History ol Napoleon 1. from Iiib Corre spondence aud the new Documents," has just received through his publisher, Chnrpentier, a gentle hint that ctre must be had in the opinionr expressed and in the grouping of facts; and that instead ol the title, "lusioiy ot Mipoieon," which the articles in a collected lorm were to bear, the designation must be the " History of apolcon 1." AMUSEMENTS. B ISLETS CONTINENTAL NEWS iXCUANGK. I iioiee:entfi to an p ace oi Amusement mayoanna up to tH o'clock niv evenliiK. 1 31 lr ADMISSION 8. Tickets cun be bad n lt l'WIUKAM MK OFFICE, No. 431 CIIKSNUT Hlrcnt. oonosito the Poa tOllcK. for the l lirxrint. Arch, W'llnui, aud AcuGorjxy of Muxlo, up to 6 o'clock, everv evening. Hit if VEW CI1KSNUT STREET THEATRE. 1 CHKSNUT Street, above Tweirth. LEONARD GKOYKB& WX1X1AM E. 8INN, Lonsoea and Manager. UVEKWllKLniMI n.ljf:!l3 I HOUSES FILLED IO OVKRFLOWING NIGHTLY I THIS EVENING. tbe Grand Spectacular Kxtravngaiiza. THE HLhKIMNU BH.AUTY, with Its TRANSFORM at 'ON BCKN K, will be presented. miss JUVIU uuiun AS TUB SLEEPING BEAUTY. This beautiful Burlesque will be prente1 with Its XiJSW AM) liUKUhUU HUKNBr, BY RICHARD SMI I'll. pw Andx cnatlv I'rnnnrtln. Cnntiimaft. MpclutniRnl EllecU, Original Music, etc etc. inn il embraces the Inllowinu popular names : Miss Jole Oiton, .ilss Annie Ward. Miss Cordelia annelle Mrs. Chapman, Miss L Cooper, Mrs. . F. Reach. Walter Lennox, W. A. Cbapman, F. Foster, J. X. Word, and otnera 'I be evcnlnu's performance will conoliiae wl'h the Original Petit Comedv, by B E. Woolf, Esq , entitled 1. AUUI11 A I Xjai In which Miss Josie Orton. Waller Lennox. Mr. G. II. Clarke, and others will appear. Doors open at 1 o'clock ! commence at o clock. HATUHDY AFTI'.KMOON. JANUARY , EIGHiLKTH GRAND FAMILY MAl'iNEK. when tbe SLEEPING BEAUTY will be Derformed. Weduesdav fternoon. Benefit of the Actors' Art Union. Adialsstoa upon this occasion only 80 ceets. No hair price, .-see Ea I itA card in in g paper. JEW CIIERNUT STREET THUATRE.. COMPLIMESTAKY BENEFIT TO THB ACTORS' ART UNION, Tcndcrel by MESSRS. L. GROVER & WM. E. SINN. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, January 3. 18G6. Will be given a ., iti -v - x r. r. , On which occasion will be presented, first and only time in this citv with the loliowinir uuenualied DIS'lRIBUI ION Ob' CHARACTERS, Shakespeare's rtillihtful Comedy, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR. Sir John Falstaff Mr. George 11. Griffiths Host Mr. San. Hemple Justice Shallow Mr. W. II. Wa lis Bnrdolph Mr E. L. Til Ion Abraham blender Stuart Robsoa Tlntol McKee Rankin Fenton M r. L. L. J nines ym Mr. rrank Moruauut Master Fori) Mr. Owen Marlowe Jack Rutibv Air. Owen t uweett Master page Mr. Georgs H. C lurk 8 Simule V r. J. M. Ward Doctor Cuius Mr W. A. Chapman Robert Mr. K. 8. Marble Hugh Evans Mr. Waiter Lennox .lohn Mr. K Wi ks Robin Little Katie Baker Mrs. Ford Mra C Henri Mrs. I'hkb MIm Annie Ward Annie 1'urc vilss Lizzie Prlco Dame Quickly '.Mrs. 8. Buker Acllne Mosaser. .Vr. W. E. Sinn Stage Managers, Messrs. J. H. Taylor, C. M Lewis P. r A. FltzffArald Prompters Messrs. F. O. Savage, Robert liber. e rropertiea jnessia. i,oug ana uasey Board ol Directors F. F. MACKAY. President: ALEX. F1SUEB. Vice President; OWEV MABLOWE. "rea-sur.-n A. 8. P1.NNOYLU. Secietary C1IAS. POSTER, Librarian Committee on Advertisements H B. HKLLIER and W. H GARDNER. AOAllbblON TO A Lb rAK I B Ur THE UOUHE, FIFTY OK NTS. (No Halt Price) Doors open at IX o'clock; commence at iH. 1 1i WALNUT STREET THEATRE. N. E. corner NINTH and WALNUT Streets. Begins 1U. AtOST BRILLIANT SUOCKHS of tbe Great Spectacular Legendary Drama of t ACOl tU M AKItL tUt rt'.. LAST IGHT BUT FOUR OP MR. J. B. BOBKRTS. in bis singularly characteristic Imperaonatlon of jvi a. r ti t " i u v a a. ij r . n Second Night of t -e Glorious Comedy Farce of SAM'S LITTLK GAME. TBI8 (Tueadayi EVKN'NG. January 2, FAUHi AND MAKGL ERITE Mephlstopbeloj Mr. J. B ROBERTS Faust Mr. James II Taylor Marguerite Miss Annie Graham lu conclude witn tne comic raioe or SAM'S LITTLE G iME. Samuel Pllngsby Mr. BARTON HILL Mra. Larklus UUs Annie GraUum TV IRS. JOHN DREW'S NEW ARCH STREET . THEATRE. A HAPPY NEW YEAR. SECOND WEEK OF LOST t N LONDON. MR. JOHN DREW AS "NBLLY AKMKOTD." Tbe Piece already endorsed by oyer thteea thousund persons in Six Nights. TdlS EVENING. with new Seencrv. by Bawthoine JIR. JOHN DREW AS "NELLY ARMROYD." Act First-Lancashire. Act Second Lonuon. Ac. Tlilrd -Exterior of Featherston's Villa Act Fourth Dining Hall In Featherstou'i Yllla. Act Filih-Interior of Job's Cottage. Tbe oerionnanca concludes each evening at balf-past 10 o'clock. FRIDAY, BENEFIT OK MRS. JOliJN JJltEW, Scats secured six duyt lu advance. NEW AMERICAN THEATRH GRAND NATIONAL CIRCUSWALNUT Street, above Elgmu. jLvr.ni , r. i- x v., STAR KUUESTUIAN 'J ROUPE. And the Glorious Niiceess.ul Pantomime oi OLD DAM K TKOT AXD Htlt COMlUAb l'A' OLD DAM E TKO 1 AND 11KH COMICAL CAT. GUaND FAMILY MATINEE On Monday, Wednesday, and Haturday Afternoons. Admission Mutinee, 60 ceuU to all parta of the Thea tre; children, hull price. fy El R M A N I A ORCIJT:'TRA.-PUBLTC RE- J" liearptilB everv HTlROAY A FTERNOON AT JMUbH'AL FUND HALL. 8i o'clock. LugaiiementH nisot'oy odrtrestlngGKOHCE nASTERT, Agent, no. l MONTI REY street between v-"e and Vine. 10183u S K E T II E M A II M O T II PICTORIAL ADVERTISEMENT OP TUB SLEEP INUnB BEAUTY JViilT CilESNUXhUMEET THEATRE ON THB EIGHTH PAGE OF THIS PAPER. AMUSEMENTS. MERICAN ACAD EMY OP MUSIC. LEONARD GROVEB DIRECTOR PECOM) NIGHT OK Tl -B VAX M Mtr.TZFK GRAND ITALIAN OI'KRA COMPANY, WITH TUB ENTIRE GRAND CHORUS AM) GRAND ()Rt'flESP.A. l:Olt TAK NFW YOTK ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 111:8 (Tiirnlny) l-.VKN I NG. January 2, I II '1 (il(A KI Rl l'KSEN 1AI10N in the city of rhllaiielniiia of MKVr RIlEVIt' amnr'nglv pcpuSnr and lout great m''er-work. 1. Al'lJlt ML, i, AFiiivAinr., L'.il'HK'AlNI-. L'ARl AlNE, 1T1I 'I HE rvTIPE GRA ND 1 AS) wt'lrb rrri.e.id liie linerasiich a dlstlntuk'h'.'.d success th s Hinron at the New York Add en y. 1-eiiKa, a Mave Miutuna rarrozzl Zacclil (Her first annenrnncc this season.) Inez. Imngliteroi Don Diego, (Her fust anrenrnnno lu rhilnd lnhia ) A nna. an A I tendon i Madame ReleharcV V asto ul Gbdiii hlg. Francesco Mazzunnt (ills llrnt aimearaiK-e till seaxon.) velusko, a Siavc Signer Fernando Bel Inl Don l'edro Slgnor Antonuecl Grand .-aecrdote Signer I erlul nnuisitor Herr mu ler Don A van Herr Relcliurdt. Hon I'leKO Mgnor tianlll CianiliOo Mguurs .Mn-tta, Morenvlda, Du Verne, Am- broll.tContarlnl, Vlcenzo. Inquisitors Siy. Aibvrccl. f-wlcardl, Bernardotfi, Mas- sai iroei, ivani. Sailors, Sohllirs, t utai'ers. Indians, Donnas, Amazons, lla aderes, by Hie Ladles and Oen'iemen Oi i HE GltAKM t'lIOKUS, and the l.ndli s and itentlcuicii of tuk HA.i,isr. A( T I. Council (lmmlier of tno Kimi of remittal. Sontrnco ol Vupcu di Cuiua. ACT 1 1. Prison ol the Inquisition a' Lisbon. ACT 111. Interior of the ship 'Isabella." ali IV. Grand Indian Festival. ACT V. heeno 1 The Garden ot the l'alace. Scene I ihe I pes i rce ' TDK WIS." EN Bi'ENE. I"ciniln(t the ce tbrutod Ship bceno, is lrom the Now iora Acnoemy. 1 he Mrector has undertaken OV1.1C ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS EXTRA EX PI-.NSE to produce In nncxamnled stvle 'JIllU GlttAT I'LaTUKK OKTHE MODERN REPER TOIRK. fringing the expenses of eacn representation considera bly m excess vi '1I1UEK TBOUSAND DOLLARS. No sing e representation oi tho Opera lu America has cost so much, 'i lie ra ics ot admission and Secured Seats are Deces- parliy ai vanced, although the pnee Is nominal when cunipaicd w ltn ti e rates of even tbe least Opera Houses of ' ontinen.al Europe, attendant upon the mgUis of L'AFHICaU E. Rcsencd Seats. I'arqnot. Parquot Circle amd Ba'oony (ior iRia occasion v v-f lit) Admission iteats uureserved) 2 00 Fa nlly ' lrcle 1f cts. Amphitheutre ct WEUNESDAY (TO-MORROW), Only time of 1 L TOLUI I O-TIIE MARTYRS. Seats and admission price as usual. 'Ill UK DAY. ONi.Y I 1ME OF FltADIAVOLOl P. O N C E II T HALL MAGIC, MUSIC, AND MYSTERY. In consequence of his gieat success with the public on Monday evening, Mr. llobert I Idler, ' THE CAGtlOSTRO OF THE NINETEENTH CEN. TURY," Annonnces lis SECOND SOIREE DIABOLIQUE AND MUSICALE, UUEbDAY EVENING, January 2. On this occasion he will perioral the same Programme which has a.ready exci.ed go GREAT SENSATION Among tbe lovers of THE WONDERFUL AND ENCHANTING In tbe City oi Phllode.pnla. PART I MAGIC. PART II -MUSIC. PART 111. MYSTERY. The Piano used npon the occasion will be the mag nificent Hulnwav Grand Piano Forte, sent express v irom New York ior Mr. Heller's use at these eutertum mei.ts Admission, fid cents. Reserved Seats 79ctJts. Seats mat be secured, three days In advance, at Chas. W. A. Trutnnli r's Muslo Store. Ticket office onon evurv day from 9 till 4. f irst Grand Matinee, HATURDAY. January 8. at 2H o'clock. "VEW PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM, No. 833 i.1 MARKET Street. mo Manager talon pleasure in announcing that tbis fashionable place oi resort has been entirely remodelled, decorated, and paiuteu. A beuutttul Lecture, Room has been n;tcd up at an expense oi ;ttil)0 lor the purpose ot luinisblng instructive ai d innocent eutertalnmeut, suit uuie ior lauiiiiea iuu vmiuioii. At ihe solicitation ol many citizens the world-re nowned . blAMrise 'i wias ubilukes MAWESE TWINS AND CHILDREN SIAMESE i WINS AND CHILDREN PlAME-E TWINS AND CHILDREN SIAMESE TWINS AND CHILDREN SIAMESE '1W1N8 AND CHILDREN will be on exhibit. on tor a short Unre only, to give every one au opportunity of seeing them previous o their re tirement roui pubno exhibition. in connection witn ine wouaeriui AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN, AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN, AUSTRALIAN CH1LDHKN, AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN, AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN, AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN. Who are evidently ot a Cannibal Race, judging from tbelr natural proclivities, their long sharp teeth, etc t perhaps tne only specimen irom mat country uow living, rneir heads are the smallest and mosi ourlousiv shunad ever seen on human beings hi this country. Also. ' THE IOWA GIANTESS, . THE IOWA GIANTESS, THB IOWA GIANTESS, THE IOWA GIANTESS, THE IOWA GIANIESS, Weighing five bunored and eighty-three pounds. A LIVE DOUBLE-HEADED CALF. A LIVE DOUBLE HEADED CaLi. A LIVE S&4.L. ANACONDAS, MONKEYS, BIRDS and 10,000 Natural Callosities, forming altogether oue of tne most attractive exmuiuuua ever preseuieu to me public. ' Admission to (ho whole. J5 cents. Chadroiu; to cents. Open daily, firoui 9 o'clock A. M till 10 o'clock P. M. lUt H. P. IN GALLS. Proprietor. G ARDNER, HEMMINOB CO.'S CLRCCS, MARKET Street, above TWELFTH. LAST DAY Of THE SEASON. THIS. NEW YEAR'S DAY, THREE GRAND PERFORMANCES, Morning, at 10 o'clock. Afternoon, at o'clock, Night, at 6K o'clock, Wben a different Programme will be presented at each entertainment, bring lug into requisition THE ENllBE STAR TKOUPE And the large stud of HIGHLY EDUCATED HORSES AND PONIES. REMEMBER, The Last Day of the Season. And let all attend. Ihe Grand Christmas Pantomime or DON J I AN ; OK, TUB T IBER! INE'S DOOM. Will be performed Afternoon and Evening. QYMNAS I TJ THE PHILADELPHIA PHYSICAL INSTITUTE, CORNER NINTH AND ARCH STREKTS, Is open every Day and Evening. BODILY XERCI8E la tbe only means to restore health and sirengtn, and ' highly recouimundod to bo.h sexes and all ags. . Classes lor Ladies Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, between 4 and 6 P. M. Classes tor Bovs -Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, hot ween 4 nd 8 P. M. For fctents-Kvery day from 7 A. M. till 10 P. M. N. B. PRIVATE LESSONS IN FENCING AND SPARRING. 11 lKsmth2m Protessora IIILLEBR AND & LEWIS. A CADKMY OF FINK ARTS, CHKSNUT X etteet. above Tenth. Open trom h A. M. till P. M. Benjamin West's great Picture ot CHRIST uVKw CiED. Still on exhibition. ft E E T II E M AMMO T II PICTORIAL ADVERTISEMENT or 'run SLEEPING BEAUTY AT THB NEW CIIESNU2 8THEET THEATRE ON THE EIGHTn PAGE OF THIS PAPER. GOVERNMENT SALE3. . pUiLIC SALE AT THE I RANK FORD ARSENAL, PHILADELPHIA, ON ACCOUNT OF THE UNITED STATES. On Ti;UI!SDAY MOKKINU, January 18, ISon, at 11 o'clock, will be sold at Tubbo Salo, GUM'OWDEK, BY SAMPLE, Viz : in,fr3 pounds United states Powder mixed, badir cnkid btHiO pcuida United Mates Cannon Powder, badly caki d 4Wi0 rourds United (Stnts Mortar Powder, dir y on a riiked 4iitl pounds UDi'ed States Powder, prood mix.d Ktain. 87 4(13 nouudg Confcdt rate Stse Towdor, uood mixed rin. 41 dV i nuutls Confederate Slates I'owdor, badly damaged. I bis Powder Is stored at Fort Delaware. Samples inny bo seen at tho Watortown, Water vliot. and Krnnkford Arsenals, and at the United States Aeoncy, No. 45 Worth Street, New York. Wtion tho interest of the dovcrniueut may require it, the powder will be bid In 1 eiuis, United Stutcs currency. R. V. r. F.NET, 12 19tn5t. Bvt. Lt.-Col. U. S. A. Comnianaimr. PROPOSALS. O ll'.tli OF THE DEPOT QUARTERMASTER lota Lkavenwokth, Kansas, I Duoetnbor PJ, lbuo. ) 1'EOI'OSALS TOR A 11 MY TRANSPORTATION r-e aled Proposals will bo received at tnis olliee uu;l 12 o'clock on the Slst day of Jariuary, 18Gti, for t u Iraijsporiat on ot Military Supplies during the ycai lHfiti, on the loliowinir routes: KoutkNo. 1 irom Forts Leaven worth, Laramln, and ltiley , and other depota that may beoatub.ished flur.ng the above year on the west ban of the Mis souri liver, north ot Fort Leavenworth and south ot latitude 42 deproes north, to any posts or stations 11. at are oi niny be established iu tho Territories oi Nebraska, ltucotali, Idaho, and Utah, south of lati tude 41 oocrrcs. north, and east oi longitude 114 do greeswest; and in tbo Territory of Colorado north ot 40 degrees north. Bidders to suite tho rato por 100 pounds per 100 miles at which they will trans port said stoics in each of the months irom April to bt pttmbcr mo usive, of tbo year T366. KoiiTK No. 2 Fiora orts Leavenworth and Itilev, iu tbe Mat of Kanens, and the town of Kan fltis, in the Htate of Missouri, to any posts or stations teat are or mav be established in the Mate ot Kan sas, or in tte Territory o I Colorado, south of lati tude 40 degree north, drawing supplies lroin Fort Lt avenwortn; and to Fort Union, N. M., or otbor depot that may be designated in that Territory, to Fort Oar and. and to any other point or points on the route. Bidders to state the rate per 100 pounds per 100 nines at which tboy will transport said stores in each of the months fiom April to September in clusive, ot tbo year 1866. Route No. 8. From Fort Union or suoh othor depot as may be established in the Territory of New Mexico, to any posts or stations that are or may be eetab lehed in ibat Territory, and to such poi-ts or stations as may be designated m the Territory ot Arizona and State of Texas, west of longitude 100 degrees west Bidders to state the rate per 100 pounds per 100 miles at which tboy will transport earn stores in each of tbo months irom June to No- Vtmbcr inclusive, of the year 1866. The weight to bo transported enoh yoar will not exceed 10,000,000 pounds on Route No. 1, 16.000,000 pounds on Kouto No. 2, and 6,000,000 pounds on Koute o. a. No additional percentage will be paid for the transportation ot bacon, lard, bread, pine lumber, entngirg, ur any otner storos. Bidders should give their names in full, as well as their places of residence, and each proposal should to accompanied by a bond in the sum of ten thou sand dollars, signed by two or more responsible porBons, guaranteeing tnat, in case a contract is awarded for the route mentioned in tbe proposal to tbe parties proposing, tbe contract will be acooptoii and entered into, and good and suliiclent socuntv iurnishod by said parties, in accordance witb the terms oi this advertisement. T be amount of bonds lequired from tbe contrac tors will be as follows: On Route No. 1 $100,000 " " 2 200,000 ' " 8 60,000 Satisfactory evidence of tho loyalty and solvency of each biduor and person oflorod as security will be required. Proposals must be indorsed : Proposals for Army Transportation on Route No. '1,' '2 ' or '8.' " as the case may be, and none will be entertained unless they fully comply with all tho re quirement of (his advertisement. Parties to whom awards are mado must be pre pared to execute contracts at once, and to give tho required bonds for the iulthiul performance of tho same. Contracts will be mado subject to the approval of tbe Quartermaster-General ; but tho right is reserved . . ' i . . 11 , 1 . 1 . . 1 . . . . 1 .. Li' I IO reject any ur iui uiub mux uiay uo uiiureu. Contractors must be in readinos forservice by tho lnt day of April, lbOU and they will bo roquired to bave a pluuo of business or agency at or iu the vici nity of h orts Leavenworth and Union, and othoi depots that may be established, at which they may be communicated with promptly and readily. By ordor of the Quartermaster -General. J. A POTTER. 12 22 83t Colonel and Chief Quartermaster. JSTABLIS1TED IN 1812. HOLIDAY PRESENTS. WILLIAM WILSON & SON Eave on band a large and general assortment ol SILVEH WARE. Of our own manufacture, and highest standard ot Silver. Alse, PLATED WARE. A very large and general assortment of su perior PLATED WARE. OLD SILVER BOUGHT AND TAKEN IN EX CHANGE. Highest price given. 1218 13t Y I N E A VERY LARGE VARIETY. JAMES W. QUEEN & CO., 12 21 Ko. 924 CHESTUT STBEfT. gENNETT'S FANCY BAZAAR AKD DEPOT FOB PARIS NOVELTIES AND SPECIALITIES, No. SO N. EIGHTH STREET WEST BIDE, 11 28 ABOVE MARKET (1EOROE PLOWMAN, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, No. CARTER STREET And Ko. 141 DOCK STREET. Machine Work and Mdiwrigntlng promptly ended to, 9 1 4m DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS, AND CATARRH. J. ISAACS, M. D.,l'rotHorot the Eye and Fur, treats all diseases appertaining to the above members with tbe utmost success Testimonials Irom the most reliable sources is the oUr can be seen at his office, No. 5 10 PINE tMreet, Tne -Medical Faculty are Invltad to accompany their patients, as be bus no secrets in hla practice. 10 a .1. T. cAPRN. PHkKxnr nnieT arrn. , cetsor to Fowler. We ill Co., give written and verbal deecripiions of character witb Obarts, dahv, at li u itutii im mo. 2 ti. TENTH Street GOVERNMENT SALES. IABufc KALE OK ( OVEH M f'.NT BCJTLD J INOS AND OlitKK PROPERTY AT POINT LCOKGUI , md. lifcALyllAHTKUS DKPARTMpNT WAKHINOTON, OlTFIOR OF 1 Hitr yiTAHTEKMARTKU, WaSBINOTON. 1) C . iKtemntmr 9!l IS',! M ill t o fo (1 nt l'nlilio Anetion to tlm lii,.li,.ut. i,M. tier at POINT I.Oi-Kour, Md , commencing '1HUHM)AY, Jannury IK, 18GC, at 10 o'clock, A. .11.. the lollowing frame buildings aud othor public properly at that mace, viz. UNITED bTATES GENERAL I10.SP1TAL. (me lieadquarters Btiildiiiir, 176 by 25 teoi ; ll Uospitfli W ards, each 176 by 25 feet ; ono Mess-ntmso, i0 bv i8 leei cno Gi aids' Quartern, lltf lv 'IV 1"ot; ono Ct iuraband Quaitors. 00 uy 14 feoti one Kitchen, CO bv 2Mleet;ono Clmpel, 77 oy 26 foot; oup Latin cry t!) by 12 leet, Willi Matioimry Engiuo, Ix)cmo live lioiler, and all too nrcessaiy apianits torte:m at lteiy tind (iry.ng; one Cow Stnblo, ill by 14 tool; ore Hoi so Mn ble, 62 by 21 lectj mi v ron Hoiho, smnil; one llaggniro llousra, 66 by 26 io"i j one iirenotifc, 66 by 26 ioet; one Ico ll.'Um, 40 bv iiO leet, and 19 ioet hieh ; Wator-tnnk Building, 17 by 17 feet, SO leet high with circular aier tank, 6 teot d ameter; two Coal Houses, oim Saw II out e, one Foiugo House, one Dead llotls -, and or.e Wafh House, oi various d'mensions; Iho, covered 1 lank Footwalk connecting Iho abovo btii dings; uegrenato length lbGO leet, aud 8 leut wido. i bo above-mentioned ItoariqtiHrters BuiMing is two ktories hu'li, lalhcd and Mustered, ana tlio tit tern iioftiital W nrds, the Mess-houo, ami a low other stiucmris are nlso lntlied nud plastered. . PltlhON CAMP. 10 lloppltal Wards, tacti 111) bv 25 feet; 7 Cook- bens s, euch 143 by 22 leot; one Cook liou-e, l'J by !t6 iret j one (. ook-bouso, 140 by 25 leot, witn to Wings, each 30 by 20 feet; ono Headquarters fitiiUl inpr, 12 by 21 met, with two winfs. ench 4J bv 20 leet; ono . . s. Morehouse, 90 by 22 foot; ono Disjionnry, 40 bv 38 feet ; one Chapel, 100 by 24 leot ; opo E prct's t ilice, SO by 10 n et ; ono Guard ilouxe (b nek ), 60 tyl6 leet; one Quart, rs. ono Ollico, ami one fMOrtioom, ol vnrlous dimonstons; also, Vim llncil feet ot Fei'Cing, 12 feet high; 810 lineal leot ot Huairl Fence, 6 leet high; 700 lineal feet f covered Plunk luolwalki-, 12 loot wido; aud 0188hueal feet oi 'Plant Icolvaik. 4 leet wide, with rail. vUARTEKMAsTEK'S DEPARTMFNT, Opo Qnartors, K0 by 28 leo ; one Quarters, 100 bv 14 ftet ; ono Quarters, 12 by 22 feel; one Qtmr ets, 6S Ly 28 feet ; three Stables, averaging 13!) ty 27 teet tach; one Storehouse 84 by 27 feet; one Smith hhoi , 63 bv 24 feot; oue Whetlwrlght hhup, 67 by 14 leet; and fovrOWces, tbreo Quarters, two storo beuEes, one Oil-house; one JSaoulor's bhop, and uuo Mes HotifO, ol vsnous dimensions. AllSCELLAJSEOUS BUILOINGS, AND OTHER PROPERTY. Ono Post Hospital, 70 by 26 tool; ono Commissary Stoichouse, 200 by 86 leet; one Commissary iSnlc.--room and Otlico, 4 by 27 foot; one Ollico, 27 by 14 leet; one Guard Houso (log), 60 by 60 feot; one Guard House (log), 8u by 20 Ioet; two frame ( nurd Hotif-es small size; on Barrack, at Fort Lincoln, 0 by 20 feet; one Ordnance Storehouse, 64 by 12 leet; oue Slaughter House 40 by 21 feot, with Sl ed, 24 b 18 feet, and Outbuildings, 9 by 9 met; ono Sta ble, 86 by 22 leot; and 10 Kitchens, Quartors, etc., of various dimensions. One wnarf of Timber and Lumber, 476 feet long, ami varying in width from 22 to 1(j2 feet. 248 lineal leet ol Mockado, 11 leet high on the Potomac sido, with block-bouse 20 by 80 feet, four piatforms, each 16 by 12 leot, and 100 lineal feet ot plank footwalk, 6 teet wide. 167 lineal feet or Stockade on bay side, with UooK-house26 by 20 feet, and three platforms ot various dimensions, and a footwalk. Ono Hose Carringo; 28 Fire Ladders; 24 Axes; 116 Fue Buckets; and six lengths ot lioso, each 61 feet long-. Three Cooking; Ranges; one Perpetual Oven; a quantity ol'Oid Lumber; and a number of Pumps. Point Lookout, situated at the junotion of the Po tomac river with Chesapeake buy, was, before the war, a favorite watering pluco, and is woll adapted for the purpose now, baring excollent faoihtios tor salt-v. aler Lathing, and abundance of lish and gamo. The buildings abovo enumerated under the bead of "United States (.en ral Hospital," ate loca.od di rectly on tbe Point, the principal structures being, arranged tn a circle, radiating from a common centre, and connected by covered footwalks, and could with moderate expenso bo fitted up properly lor the accommodation ot visitors, as a steam laun dry, ice-house, coal house, water-tanks, and many other neeeBBary structures for ihe purposo, are ready tor immediate use. An excollent opportunity is a so a Horded to land-owners in the vicinity, aud else whore, to secure valuable icncing and building material. A steamer will leave the Government wharves, south side of the basin, near Fardy s shipyard, Bal timore, Md., at 10 o'olook, on the morning of Wed nesday, January 17, 1800, for the trans oortation of bidders to Point Lookout; and will oe retained until the close of the sale to return ihe passenge rs to Bal timore. Meals will be furnished on the boat at the usual steamboat rates. 1 he Buildings will be sold singly, and other pro perty in lots to suit purchasers. 1 bo nillitaiy guard will remain in charge of the Buildings, etc., tor fill een days alter the sale, if desired, and purchasers will be allowed twenty days in which to remove tbelr property. lei ms Cash, in Government lunds. IS.. I. LI DINGTON, Colonel and Chief Quartermaster, 1 1 16t Department ot Washington. IAItOE SALE OF UNITED STATES ORD l NANCE PROPER! Y. Will be so d at Public Auction, by T. A.MoCLEL LAND, Auctioneer, at Al eglieny Arsoual, Puts r.iirnf. Pa., commencing at 10 o'clock A. M.. HON. DaY, January 15. 1800, tho following articles, vu. : 4 Iron Cannon. C2 Upper t a-eniafe Carriagos, cast Iron. 76 .-els Artillerv Harness. 46,282 Foreign Muskets and nines, new and r renaired. 13,302 United States Muskets and Riflos, now and paired. 62,881 Foreign Muskets and Rifles. 18,ur'4 United States Muskets and Rifles. 8,688 Breech-loading and other Carbines. 468 Coat's ano Sharp's Rifles. 161 Sporting Rifles. 8K Shot Guns. 8,022 Musket and Rifle Barrels. 19.998 Bay onets, Xriaugular.and Sword. ' 2,186 Revolvers 1,876 baores and Swords. 4,000 Sets Cavalry Accautrements. 66,000 Sets Infantry Accoutrements. H in Km! ill ph. Cavalry and Artillery. 20,000 Farts of Horse Equipments. Bridles, Horse iirusnes, i;urryooiuus, eiu. 8.000 Saddle Blankets. 8 2(10 Parts ot Artillerv Harness. 4,000 Pounds oi Powdor, Cannon, Musket, Rifle, and Snorting. . 82 Incomplete Seta of Wrought Iron parts Ior Casemate carriages. 600 Tons Scrao Cast lion. 60 Tons ISorap Wrought iron. 60 tons Leud and Antimony, in pigs; Type Metal 100 Wrought Iron Axles. 26,000 lbs. Lead Dross. 17 (Infl 1'nekuiir Boxes. A large lot ot Appendages for Muskets, Carbines, etc A large lot of Artillery Implements and Equip ments. , A large lot of spare parts for Muskets, eto. A large lot ot Tools and Machines. Purchasei s will be required to remove the pro perty ten days alter the sale. Terms, cah. H. R. WHIIELEY. Lieutenant- Colonel of Ordnance and Rrevet Briga dier-General U. o. Army. Allegheny Arsenal, December 26, 1866, 12 23 15t I7XTENSIVE SALE OF COVER SMENI PRO- PEKTY AT FAYETTEVIuLE, N. O. Tbe entiie stock of the United Statos Ars' nal to be sold ou THUKSUAl, January 11. mud, Dy EDWARD L l'OALlv, Auctioneer. Consisting ol the lollowing articles, viz: Mac ninor v Boilers, ranging from 15 to 42 feot. Lare lot Wrought and Pig iron. Guns, Howiiaers, Clumbiad. 82-poundois. Grindstones, solid Sot. Gas Pipe, and other arti cles too numerous to mention. Also F'roni three t live millions of Brick, Brown Stone, eto. etc. tho remains of the said Aroual. By order of Chiof ot Oratanne. Washington, D. C. .1 . F. LU KENS, Lieutenant and D C. O. 12298t Wilmingtao, N. L. BUIIEAU OF OEDNANCE. NAVY DEPART MENT, ,a Washington Crrr, Deeombcr u, iuo. SALE OF A LAUGK LOT OF OLD AND UNSER VKEAULE NAVY CANNON. Inotice Isboieh) piven, that there ' be sold at the Navy Yard, Brooklyn. Now lork. at imblio auction, on the 10th and Uth dnvs ot J ANUAlvi, 18tifi, at noon, aluigo lot of o d Navy Cannon Ibtsot auuon will bo sold bv o pouud fo the highest biduor. lerms oa-h in Government JuuUs : one half the purchase money to he paid at tho ond of tho jRle, uiid 'be remainder within ton days aitur wards, at which time tho Cannon must be romoved irom ihoNavy Yard, otherwise tboy will revert o ,hFu.tnerU!ulormation regurding the sale will be (riven on application totbeOiduanoo Olficor at the Brooklyn Navy Y.jd H .A .l.E. 12 15 fmw tl U y Doparinieut. GOVERNMENT SALES. A NJHKAC1TE COAL FoK THE NAVY, Navy Dbpabtmfht, ) , IIUUEAU O EqUII'MKRT ANO KKCKtTITtflO, ( , . Deoember 28, W6. 1 Sealed Proposals for furnishing Anthraoile Coal for Ihe Navy, to bo delivered during the balance of the fiscal jcar ending 3ith June, inm. will bo ro ceivid af. fins bureau nntil 10 'clook.A. M 23d Jaiitiaiy, 1866. .... Ttiese proposnls mnsf bo endrrsed" "Proposals for Anthracite Coal lor Steamers." that they may bo aiMinpuished Irom other business lettets 'I he oiler must le lor tho Uel. very of 60tj0 tons, of 2240 1 oiiiKls. , ' , 1 1 c ceal ltinst be of the 1 pit Buck Mountain or Black Heath, or of a kind rqtnil to them in all r spects, lor the purpose intended, which cqoalitv will be dcipiminu by a Hoard appointed by tho Sucre tai v of Ihe Navy atti r the reception ol the Puis lbn name oi tho coal proposed to bo lui nishcd mutt bo stnled in tho tier. it stot o delivered in lumps of ruitablo for naval steamer", olcan, of uniform quality, seiujtod iree from impuritjes. unn ixed, of which the con. Iractorwill I e required to furnish sueli cvido.tceas will be tatiflactorv, and be subject to suoli iii.-)OC-fieu as lo quality and quantity as the Dopartmentj may dnect The coal must, in ah respocts, b- sutis luctoty to tho inspeotor or inspectorHt1)eapi)oi!itod by the bureau, who w. Jl have tho right of poiomptors rejection. . i bo coal is to bo delivered on board vessels, Tat ftieti place In the port of Now York as may bo devla;. naied by tbe Bureau, ana m such qiiantitic a aud at nch times as. In ihe opinion ol tho Bureau tho " loiviiai may require; cominetiein? Wfen tlio vessel Is reported ready to receive cargo tiimislniig, il (lenianucd. not lenthan 1000 tons nor (luv, to bo dislilbnled toeaeh viiahoI. o. i, , ,i. rcctod, until the loadinr is comp eted. jii i.io ease oi lanuro to deliver the coal In propor quani'tv, ot the proper qua ity, and at tbepr. por uuo ana iiince, tlio Kureau wil reservoir, tim i,m. Iruct ti e right to purchase lorthvith, at flip cou. tiactor's rihk aud eVpeme, that which may seoul necessary to supply tho delioiency. - nv idemurrayo or other chargos to which tho Navy Iepariment may bo subjected from delay in the prompt de ivery of the ooat by the contractors Wi'l bo O'.ducted Horn their bills. The price must be ior tlio-coal delivered on hnnrif vipsels. on the terms and, conditions above stated. at the contractor's risk aud expense and wiintmr. extra cunreo ot anv kind. iho titer, as leuuned bv law. must hn nnrnmni. nled by s written gunrauteo, signed bv one or moro responsible persons, to the effect thai thoy under take tf at the bidder or bidders will, if his or their bid Le accepted, enter into obligation, at such limo as may bo presciibed by the Bureau, with good and suflicicnt securities, to luruish the supplies pro posed. No proposition will be considered unless accom pauieo by such guurantce; aud the Deuiirtmout re serves the right to reject ali tbe oilers, if oousidorod to te to i ne inteieit ot tne service to uo so. two or moro sureties each in a mm eoual to thn amount speoilcd to be paid will be required to sign the contract, and their icsponsibihty will bo certified by a United Statos District Judco. United States District Attornoy, Collector, or Navy Agont. as Biiuiuonai ana collateral security, twenty por cent, will bo withhold from tho amount of alt pay. nients, which reservation is not to be paid, oxoept by authority oi tbe Secretary of the Navy, nntil the contract shall bavo been-in all respects complied wiiu; i;u ine iemuiniug eigntv per cent, or otaer amount that may be due upon each bill, will, when a prop r cert ilica te is furnished bv tho inspector, and tho till approved by the Bureau, be paid bv suoh navy agents as the contractor mav name, within ten days after tbe warrants for the same shall nave been passed by the Secretary of the Treasury. it will be stipulated in tho coutraot that if default be mado In tbe delivery of the coal in the quan tity or the quality, and at the place and time di rt cted by the Bureau then, ond fn that case, tho contractor and Lis sureties will forfeit and pay to th L lilted States, as liquidated- damages, a sum of money not exceeding twioe tne coutract price, whicu may bo recovered Irom time to time, accord ing to tho act or acts of Congiess in that oaoo pro vided. Bidders whose nrotiosnls shall be accented, an if nont othor, will bo notified, and, as early as prac ticable, a contract will be transmitted to tuem, which tht y will be required to execute within ten a ay s atter its receipt at tlio post oinee or navy agency named by them. lbe lorm ol oiler, guarantee, ana cortiuoate is here. with given : r U It SI UJT Uf JJ EK. I (or we), of . Mate of, borebr agree to furnish and dehvt-i thousand tons of an- Ibravito coal lor steamers' use, at , at the rato ot tar ton ot 2240 ponnds, amounting to dollars, tbe whole in coi fortuity with the provisions and terms of the advertisement of the 20th cay of December, 1866, Irom the Navy .Department, and Hereunto appenuea. Should mv (or our) offer be accepted, I (or we) reouest to be informed at , aud ibat th- con tract may be forwarded to for signatures and, certibcatea. (Place.) (Signed) A. a. (Daie ) FORM OF GUARANTEE. We, the undersigned residents oi , in the State of , and ot , m the Stute of, hero, by J intly and Boverallv covenant with tho United States, and guaranteo that incase the fore going bid of be accepted, - will, within, ten days after tbo receipt of the contraot at , exoetito tho same, with good and sufliciont sureties) for Ihe delivery of the antbrucito coal proposed, in csanpiiance with the terms ot tho adverlisemont o the 20th JJocmbor, 1805, hereto appended, and undt which it was made; and in case i be said shalf fail to enter into the contract aforesaid, wo gunran. tee to make good the diilerence between tliooll'urol the aid , and that winch may be accepted. Witness, (Signed), C. n. (Dace) E.F. (l)ate) 1 hereby errtiiy that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, tbo above-named guarantors, and. - are good and sufficient. (feigned), - - G. II. To be signed by the United States District udgo, United States District Attorney, Collector, or Navy Agent. 12 26 lu4t o 1-FlCE tOMMlSSARY OF tsUBSLSiENCE, In General Chabok of Stjbbk&enck IIA ) Va.. I 6,1806 ) Depot, im Departments ov Virginia a&d North Carolina, Richmond, Va.. December zu, SALE OF HARD BREAD. Sealed proposals, in duplicate, will be received at this office d-.Ly, and opened on WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS of each week, for all the SUR PLUS HARD BREAD in the State of North Caro lina, stored in dopota at Newborn and Morehead City, N. C. Tbe Bread is in boxes of fifty (50) pounds each, and in good sbipDing order. An purchases will be delivered on board oi trans ports without expense to the purchaser. No proposal received for less than twenty (20) boxes, one thousand (1000) ponnds. - Payment required en delivery of the bread in Government lunds. Proposals should bo endorsed "Proposals for Hard Bread," aud addressed to ' THOM 18 C. SULLIVAN. Brevet Major and C. S., U. H. A , 12 28 Richmond, Va. UCTION ALE OF 8ERVICETbLE ANd DAMAGED HOSPITAL PROPERTY. C. W. BOTtLuR, J , Auotioeer. Medical Purveyor's OrriOB. I Washington, D. C, December 80, 1805. f Will be sold at Judiciary Square Warehouses, corner FIFTH and E Streets, on THURSDAY MORNING, January 4, 1866, at 11 o'clock A. At., a laig quailtlty of servicaeble and damaged Hos pital Property, consisting of Blankets, Shsets, 6000 Hair Pillows, Counterpanes, Bedsacks, Sairts, Dreweis, Pillow-Ticks, Towels, plates, Mugs, Pitchers, Dishes, Clocks, Lea' her Buckets, Mess Cbos's, Wooden Bedsteads, Chairs, Bedside Tables, Platform Scales, and lour Printing; Presses. Pn perty mus' ho paid for and removed witlda forty-eleht hours from termination of sale. V. SUI'HEKLAND, 1 1 8t tsurgoon V. 8, A., Med. Purveyor. ' JJ NITED-STATES MILITARY RAILROADS. Office of Assistant Quartermastbii, I M asuinoton, D. C December 20th. 1805 ) Thefealeot UNITED STA IKS MILITARY UaIL HOAD MaIEUIAL. at ALEXANDRIA. Va.. will 1 reumied on WEDNESDAY, the lUth day of, January next. In addition 'o tho aitic'es pieviously advortised there will bo offered : 00 LOO feot easoned Onk P ank aud Timber. ' 1 new Lafho. 80 teet long, 83-Inch swing. , 1 new Vortical Car wheel Borur. 1 peconri l and Pinner ..-.'. 1 Engine lleu?e, 58 by 66. ' . 8i liuildiUKi, varying iu sizo from 10 b 11 to 30 bv b'i. t 1 Wl arf, foot of Frank'in street, containing 2 109 rqonio feci. ' Only a small proportion of tbe new nintcrim iu-i been dispt sed of. Sa f to commence at. 10 A M . ' " Terms-t:sh, lu Goveiniiien'' funds Vouchers lor l'rj-spo ition will be recoivo ' f w . .ailroadcompunie.ascsh. K , ; 12 111 s;u0t Urcyft Bn-nniier i.eu, rl. A C; ' I.