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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPnrniLADELPIIIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 18GG.
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PETTY ANNOYANCES OF DOMESTIC LIFE.
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Sketch fxiailife, by anTArtlBt; with
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wiwnw wttursv' Atrrooa J 'Of - "arsta
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sh warre, etc. .
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14 Im rnivlAi mill nAAi4 I
Vfrom MrsI Brtdgety t . . V . . ,
J t U.I I f. TT 111 Uliuiauu TT iUMJ TT 1 1 1 lllUVWH I
m a bi'.Uiov, ud Mrs. badory Is a widow
(Ft suppose 'tha-wants to marry mou Sue
nplhfog tof .tho. rort. ' Bhd bus not at
pted. to marry me. sho' would not think of
rjint? me, even it I asked her. - Understand,
iu please, at the outset, that my grievance
elation to this widow lady U a grlev&ndo of
ntirely. now kind.
let ma-becin wttaln. -1 am ft bachelor of a ter-
i h9. " 1 have a large eircle of bequaint-
c; but 1 solemnly declare tuat tne late jM.r.
li;erywa never numbered on the list of my
rnds. I never heard of him In my life; I
er knew that he had a relict: I never, set
ou Mrs. Uadgery until one fatal moraine
nn I went to sec If the fixtures were all
lit In pay iew house, ,
ly new house is in the suburbs of London.
)oked at it, liked it, took it Three times I
ted it. before I sent my luruituxt In. . Qnce
ih a teitjiuk once with a surveyor, onco by
self to throw a sharp aye, as I hare already,
ftimated, -ovef the fixtures. Tha. third vtsii
larked thai taUd occasion on which I first saw
An. Uadcry. A deep interest attaches to thi1
Tent, una.l snail so into aetaiis inaescnoin iu
I rant: at the boll of the rarden door. . The old
svoman appointed to ksep the house answered
It. I directly saw sometUintc strange and con'
fused In hnr face and manner. Borne men would
have pondered a little and questioned her. I
;m by nature impetuous, and a rusher at con-
elusions, .; uiuun, i eaiu iu uijauii, uuu wtut.eu
iijito the house perfectly satisfied. '
i looked imo tne rront parior. urate an ripnt,
enrtain s'6lo ' all right, gas chandelier all ditto,
ditto, a we men oi business say, I mounted
the stairs. Blind on back window rtghtf Yet;
blind on back window right. 1 opened the dour
of the rrOai drawing-room, and there, sitting in
the middle ot the bare floor, was a large woman
on a liuic.cump stool I Hue was dressed in the
deepedt Mourning; her lace was hidden by the
thickest .'crape veil 1 ever saw; and she was
groaning soitly to herself in the desolate' solitude
oi my new uuuirnisuua iiuuo. , - . - . ,
What di4 I. do? Dal 1 bounced back into the
landing as if I had been shot, uttering the na
tional exclamation of terror and' astonishment:
"Hullo 1': (And here I particularly beg, in
parenthesis, that the printer will follow my
Dellinfr 'of the word, and not put lllllo. or
malloa, "Instead, both of which are senseless
jcompromlses which represent no sound that
aver vet " Issued' lrom an Knglishman's lips.i
said. "Hullo 1" and then I turned round fiercely
pon the old woman who kept tho house, and
aid "Hullo 1" again. ' -
i She understood the irresistible appeal that . I
Vad made to her feelings, and curtseyed, and
aoked towards the drawine-room. and hutnblv
hoped that I was not startled or put out. I
asaea wao ice craue-covureu womun on ino
i i 1 a . a . .
camn-itool was. and what she wanted there.
Before Jhe pld-woman conld answer, tho soft
groaning 0)a the drawing-room ceutd, and a
inullled voice, speaking from behind tho crape
Ten, aqureeeame reproacniuny, ana suia:
i "i am tua wiaow oi tne lute nr. tiaagerv,"
What do you think I said in answer f - Exactly
1 tho word which, I flatter myself, any other
i Benei dig, man iu my situation wouia .nave saiu.
i-ana wuat woras were iney. xnese wo:-n . :
I "Oh, indeed 1" -
J "Mr.1 Jiadgery and" myself were the lastten'
JT i-l'Jl T ' i ' i' . .1 j -I 4 m i; .1 .1
bdis who innuDiieu mis nouse," conunuou me
muflledjyojce. ."Air, liadgery . died hero." The
VAinn riiriath eenrl tha bat ivtiiano Kamm andln
It was; perhnps, hot nccetisary to answer this;
hut I did answer it." How?; In two words
again: -l vm
4 ' I I 1 1 1
"Out heusc'lias x&m ou .einpty.'' resiimo'd
I the voice; choked by sobs. "Our establishment
(has been- broken up. Being lett in reduced cir
cumstojioesi I noi live iu a cottage near; but it
is net home to me. This is home. However
?ong I Jive, wherever I go, whatever changes
nay happen' to this beloved house, nothing eun
iver prevent van from looking ou it a my home.
Icimia liH. air. wnh Mr. Badgery, alter our
Xhniiiiv.n.nnn. AH the bliet harDinMS of mv lile
was oiice j contained within these four walls.
K-very dcsr reniembrunee ibat I fondly cherish is
shut un in these.eacred rooms."
Agaifl the voice ceased, and again the soit
rroaiia echoed sound my empty walls, and oozed
out pait me-uown my uncarpeiea staircase.
' .i . . I . T I).. .1 .t. I- U, l,.rtnnnnn
find dear,,je4nembJ.anees weift. not. inchided in
the list of tixturcs. Why could she not tuke
f lioni iK9Avi.Vtt lipr ' Whv Khnnld hn leave
them littered about in the way of my furniturd?
I was lust thinking how 1 could put this view of
the case-'strontrly to Mrs.- Badery, when Bho
suddenly left: oh .groaning,, and addressed me
once mm J . : ' .
"While this hens? has been empty." she said,
"I havir'ljeen In the habit of looking in from
time to time, and renewing ray tetiuor assocta
tions with the place."' I have lived, aa it were.
in the sacred memories of Mr. Budgery and of
the pat..' Mhiuh.: thefe dear, these nnoelass
rooms cull up, dismantled and duHty a they are
at the present raorntut. It has been my prac
tice tojrive a romuDta-tttion to the atteniiaat lor
any slight trouble. LUut I might ooeasion "
"Oniy:ixpence, sir," whispered tho old
Womau,,,cice' at piy ear.. .;
"Aud.'tOfaak; twihuig. in return," continued
Mrs. Ba(!gery,."but tho permission to bring my
camp-stool wnnr Tnc, ana to mtaunre on nr.
BaagerM ui the, empty rooms, witu every one ot
which some happy tlioueht. or eloquent word,
or teii'tw aonon oi ore, in so eweouy arooeiar.ca.
I camehe.re en mv visual -errand io-day. , I am
discovered, I presume, by the new proprietor of
the houee discovered, I am quite ready to
admit, an .iiitruder. J .aw willing to go, if
you wish it alter hearing my explanation. Aly
hPart lull, Mr; am q'te lncupnoio oi cou-
inmliiiii nrtili Vnii ixnulil li 1 1 v h i n lr it
. IIIUUIH. Vt . t. J. i. IIVHIM MM.!. .H.u.h.
V but I am sittini on the ipot once occupied by
i our ottoman, i am looking towards the window
1 in which rnti flower-stand once stood. In this
very puwefAU'. Tijaicery nrst sat down ana
ctasoed tna to ibis hpftrt. when we fame hack
?irom onr nwi.ey rooon.trip. aiauiaa,' pe sutd,
i" 'vnilP ul4SJVlnff-L(jQii-i liua luion lavnAiiuivnlv mi.
pered, cn'rpeed, aui lurnished for a month; but
a nas ewv p-ii-aaorricd, love, since you en
tered it.!: It jou have w ympttth v, h, lor such
remembrances as theje; m- you 8oe notning phi
able in my position, tiiken n connection with
my piesepce nere; u yon cam0t enter nto my
leetint's, ana moroucruiy uuuoi.tand that this is
not house, but a shrine you u,ve oniy t0 6ay
She spoke with the air cf a marty martyr
to mv fn'siihsibilitv. If she had beeuti.a
prietor and I had "been the intruder, &U could
not have been more mournfully magnanvlmlM.
All this time. too. she never raised her veih.i,
never Las raiser it. in mv presence, from tW
time to .this. . I have.po Idea whetlw-r she is
youne or pld, flai k or tair, nanasome or ugiy;
my iraprennion i that she is in every respect a
finished and perfect O'orgon; but I have no. basis
of lact on 'which I" can support that horrible
idea. A jnovinrniass of frape'Bnd a muffled
voice that.-ii'jpy tft.itf JJ it, i all I know,.
In a perMtual poluf ofview, of llrs. Badgerj.
"Ev( r sine yyr irrepartDte loss, this ha9 been
the shilne' 'Of my pileltnne; and the nltar of
my worship," proceeded the voice. "Oneman
may call hinj.eJ 8,Ja(,diord, and say that he will
let it; another .uitinj4oay call hiniHelt.a.tenaot,
and sav that he' will take K. I don't blame either
of tho?etnd mm; 1 flon't wish to intrude on
either of those two-men? I'mlv tall them
that this is my home; thst'nf heart 'is still
In po&'jession, and 4baf no torUl. hiwft, land-
lords, or tenatts, can ever turn it out. H you
don't understand this, bit, u too noiiost tcciing
tbat do nonor to our common nature Have no
nonor to our common nature nave no
ar sanctity In ycM estimatjrnj prajo,
iplc to jaysojiray, toll md To go." "
i't wish loTdo aiiylCiiTs: uncivil, inSTknT,"
particular
jiot scruple
.11 flmiTI n
said I. "But 1 nrnJk 6tnnleinn..'ndiinot
npntimrntftl." flMr-H. Hailrorv irrrftnd.) "NoJ
body told me 1 was teuainir lhtoi 'Bhrlno heAj
l took wis nonsr"; nopotjy, warned me, wnon, i
first went over It, that thcro was A npart In jo-"
session. Iregreto have disturbed- your npe do
tations, and 1 ant sorey to hear that Sir. Baugor'y-
it dead. That is all p have to s ay about it; and
now. with vowr kind permission, r-wlll do my
self the hoor ol wiehlnfr jou good iaomlnc,
una win co Tiii-suurs to iook niter mo nxturcs on
the second floor."" " ' '' " ' -
Could I hove- etren Rentier hint than tnti 7
Cnnlci T have snnketi mofn aohiiiasRionatetirita a
"woman whom I sincerely believe to be old and
WOI
nS'T Vhero w tho man to pe lonna wno can
. .. .
he ever really pitied tho sorrows of a Gorgon f
Search thromrn the whole surface of the elobe. .
and you will discover inrrnw phenomena ot all
sons; out you win noi unojtDai man. ..
i To resume. I mnde her a bow. and left bar
on the camp-stool, in the middle- of the drawing-
room lioor, exactly as t nau louua jier. , .1
ascrnded to thu, second floor,, walked- into tlie
bsck room hrst. and inspected the grate. It
appeared to be a Utile -out of repair, sol Btooped
down to look at it closer. While I wa- kneeling
over the bars. I was vIolentlrrtnTtled by the
lall of one large drop of warm water, from a
great height, exactly on- the middle of a hall
filace, which had beVa widening a' grat deal or
ate years, on the top of my bend.' I turned on
my unees, ana loosen nrouna., jtcayen apa
earth I the crnpe-covored worflah had fqtyjwed,
me up stairs the source from, .wluch the drop
of warm water' had,, lalen was 'airsBadgWs
eye I .M-i
4I wish you could strive not to cry oer
the top of my head, ma'am," I remarked. . My
patience was becoming exhausted, and i-spoke
with considerable asperity.- 'Ane--cnriy-neaaed
youth of the present age may not be table' to
sympathize with nit 'feelings on this oocaon:
but my bald bretliren know,- as well as' do,1
that the most unpardonable ot all liberties is. p
liberty taken with tho uneuarddd top oi tho
human head. ' ' - -
to9. Badererv did hot seem to hear me'. when
eho had dropped the tear, she was. standing ,eV-,
actly over me, looking down at the grate; and
she never stirred an inch alter I had spoken.
VIon'tcry over my head, ma'uinM; repeated,)
more irritably than pciore. ; : . , .r .
"T his was his drewting-room,!? sjvid Mrs. Badt .
gory, indulging in inullled soliloquy, "lie was
singuiany particular oom nu snaving waier.
He always liked to hAve it in a little tin pot: and'
he invariably ' desired that it might be placed
oh this hob." She groaned again, and taiDd
one side of the grate with, the leg of h camp-,
tnnl .. . ) t i ... il
If I had been ft woman, ot If Mrs.. Badgcrr
had been a man, J should now have prpcerided
to extremities, and shonld have' vindicated mv
x!ght temv own house by an appeal toiysical
force. Undei cxUting circumstances, all that I
could do was to express my xnuignatioa -oy a
glance. .
me glance proane nottne sugnrest result
and no wondf-r 1 "8n look at a woman.
with any effect, through "apeveil?
i retreated into tnc st- qoor rront room,
and instantly shut the door t me. The next
moment I heard the rustling of the crape gar
ments outside, and the mullled voice o Mrs.
Badgory poured lamentably through tho key
hole.; . : -- ' .1. ' 1 i 1. . i.
Do von mean to make that tout bed-rotrai?"
asked1 the voice on tae other side ot the door.
"Oh I don't, don't make that your bed-room 1
Tam 'point; away directly but oh pray, pray
let that one room bo sacred Don't sleep there !
it voil can possibly help Ur aou't-siee there I"
I opened the window, and . looked, up and
down the road. If l hadseena policeman within
hail 1 should cerWinly have called him in'. - Mo
vuch IperBon was visible. ' I shut the window
again, and waned Mrs. Badgery, through the
door, ia my sternest tones, not to interfere with
my oomr stlo arrangoments, "1 1 mean; to have
my own iron bedstead put up here," I said.
"And, what is ruoro.a mean to sleep here. And
whatjis more, I mean to pnore here 1" , Severe,'
l think, that- last. sentence L. It-omnlctelv
crushed Mrs. Badgery for the moment.'-1 heard
the ctape garments rustling away tromtha door;
tne niuuiea trroans croincr mow v nnii
a .v.- ....t- -r..." I-- ----
L"J V w.i u luu.cmiia Ryiuu. . . . , 4 -v. , I
au uua course cx tuu I ulo docnil,l to tlie
ground floor. Had Mrs. Badgery realty lett the
premises 7 I looked into tho front rAilbT-i
emptfr. . Back parlor'Cmpty. Any otter room
on the e round floor? 1'es, a long room at the
end of the passage.. The door was closed.-!
opened it cautiously, and peeped in. A-faint
ptit-in, omi a biuiicK. oixwo uisiraneaiy ciaspea
nanus saiuiea mv onDeurance. mere snc was.
again on the cninp stouL agaixLiitling exactly In
ine mniaie oi tne noor.
"Dbn't. don't look. in. thst.wnvl" Cried.Mrs.
Badgery. wringing hor hands. "-I couhLbcar.it
in any othei- room, but I can't bear- at in this.
tiverv Monday morning I looked out the .ihiugs
for the wash in Xhli room; lie waadifilotilt to
please about his linetK-.the wakrwomau aever
put starch enotfgh'ln his collnrstd satiniy him.
Oh, bow oiteit and often ho has ponPod bis head
in nere, as jou popped yours just now, andsald.
in nis amusimr way. I'Jttore; starch Ohhorw
droll he always was how very, very droll in-
this 'dear littU back wom-1"
I thid nothihEr." The 'BitualiOrk' hrtl' now' tot
Devonu words. 1 hteou witn the door In mv
hund, looking down the passage towards, the
garuon, anu waiting doggedly lor Mrs. liadgery
to g out. My pkn-sucooededi' She roue,
BiRueO,"shut up the -camp-stool, talked alog
tne passage, pauseu:on ine nau mat, said to Her
self, J'Sweel, swept spot 'P 'descended tho 'steps,
groaned along, f the; crayel-walk.. And.' disaa-
per.; qd lrom. my view ui last through tho garttoa
door.! . .
"Let her In again M your beriUf said I to 'he
woman wuo kcjh ido noiiie. ne curtseyed find
ireniDieq., i leu tne premises, tatt-stied wuumy
own eouuuui uiioer-vwy cryiiig cirenmsta,neei;
ueiuHiveiy conviucea ao mat t nad done with
Mrs. iiadiwnv . ... . . -' . i. u
The next iiayjl eent in the furniture. The
mofitainpi otced object ou the face of this, earth
in u ujuuftu niiuu iiiuiiui uura 10 aoing in.i i ine
doors- must be ..kept, open; and emyloy aa many
servants as you may. nobody can Be 'denenihid
on asm domestic sentry so long as the yun p at
me gate, ine coniusion ot 'movinir in" demo
ralizes the steadiest disposition, and there ii no
such Ithing ai a propclly guarded pot.' i'foui the
top ol the hOiise to the bottom. How the inva
sion was maoaged. how the surprise was etfectod.
1 know not, but it. is ccrt;iiiiiy the fact, that n'ben
my lumiiuro wvni in. me uievuuuie .Mrs. uia
eery tent in alonn with iL - - .- .
i nave some very ciiotee engravings, after IhQ
old mhstersj. awd I was flrst awakened to con
sciousness of Mrs. Badgery's presence in tho
house: while I was hanging no mv proof ijibros'
. .in r.1' Tff I.Mh Vni ..l irnM if.. .. . . I .. I
placej "Moo there i" cried the muttled voico,
imploringly, - '"yys portrait used to hnng there I
Oh. what a,prit what a dreadful, dreadful
print to. put where hi dear portrait used to be 1"
i nifuoa ronua in a rurv. -rnere she was; sttn
mulllqdup JU crape, .still parrjing hot abumt-
nuuieruuip-Hiooi. ueioie i couiu say a word in
remonstrance, slit- men -in green baize aprons
siuggqreu in wiui my siueuoaru, ana Mrs. am
eery suddenly disappeared. , Had they tramoled
her under foot, or crushed- her in the doorway?
n. !l .. i I., t... . . ,. & . 1 . . ' i
iiiuuiiu ni'i nu muuuiuH iuuu oy naiuie, i aKeu
myf ell those questions quite composodly, No
ry long time elapned before they were practu
c,Hy answered iu the negative by the reappear
ancftnt Mrs. Badeerv herielt'. In a nrlpi-tlr un-
JconditiOB of chronic grief. In the conrte
Ot the CIilv 1 hail ' mv tnP4 rmilili n 'nn II waa
kcoekfe d upout by- Hy PWB furniture, the, oin
meni l Prons dropped all sorts of small
iii,ir iri, ju g-ouig up ana down sfairs:
hilt -Ml. Badik,v w.ni.,1 im.pothed. Rvnrv
time 1
,'hought .V tad been turned" out of tho
house,
bno provea,on toe contrary, to be groan
ing clote behind iu BUo wept oyer Mr, Biid
trerv's memory in Hrv r00Iu. 1)ericctly undis-
lurbedito the.lasi, btUlJ chaOH0 confusion' ot
innvilig
broiiKUl
lUi i nm n a,, r th'nir'ito
t.a tin ho of .ftiniiew ber. aud
culcbrited
iSanui iuic of her own in tne
groves of my front garden. I say I am not suro
of this: but I am nositivelr certain that I never
aeuiiHinien w jin dir.itnugery s.iav.onie noiious
ana nanus as i am wuu my own. iiniyin
terPsi the reader if I report that mytattein1
nrpcis is not equal to Mr. Had lory's that my
Ideas on tho subject of servant's wages are not
jo cenerous as Mr. Badgery's! and that I Hrno
n : .. . i. i . -i . g. i in . i. . ...... .
iMiiii, iLisimctj iu irinunix mnn ill ir jiubiiiiju
iw bicn Mr. Badgery, in his tlmrt, considered to
1)6 particularly fitted for an arm-chair,, ooald
go no l here, 4ook nowhere. d(r notnine, .say
nothing, all that day.-'without bringing the
, widowed incubus in th--i -crape) fcar--Jiflfnts
' down upon fnoTlniBu!JUit(ily, I tried
crvil remonstrances. I tried rude sneecbes. ii-
ifird'sulkv silcnce-notliing had the least etfect
job imt. ine memory oi air. jtaagery was tuo
! shield of proof with which she warded olT my,
tieict-st attacks. Not till (lie last article of fur
niture had been moyed. in, did 1 lose, sight.of
her; and even then she had not really lett the.
.house.' One of my six men in green baize
aprons routed her out of tho back garden area,
where she was telliDg my servants, with floods
ot tears, of Mr. Badgery's virtuous strictness
with his housemaid in the matter of followers.
,My admirable man in green baize courageously
aw her nut. and shut the carden doornt'lcr hor.
I gave him bMl-s-crown on the spot; and iC
anything happens to nun, 1 an ready to make
ttoo ttiture prosperity of his fatherless family my
own peculiar care.
The next day was Sunday; and I attended
flio-rulnir service at mv new parish church.'
' Aliopnlar prencher had been announced, and
.the building was crowded. I advanced little
Vayup the nave, and-looked to my right), and1
,sttw jno room. Before I could look to my hilt, I
ftiit. a hand laid persuasively on my arm. I
turned round and there was Mrs. ISaduiTV.
.an it hi her pew-door-open, solemnity bfckonihg
me in. me crowd nad closed up Deninu me;
the Wyes ot a dozen members of the conreeation
at lehst were fixed on me. I had no choice but
to s;tve appearance, and accept the dreadful in
ViUirton. TITe was a vacant place next to the
doqr.ot the pew. I . tried to drop into it, but
MrsJ Badgery ' stopped me. "JJi's seat," she
whimpered, and simicd tome to place myteM on
the otner side oi ner. it is unnecessary ro say
that I had to climb over a hassock, and tbat I
knocked idown all Mrs. Badger v's devotional
books betrre I sncceeded in passing between ber
and the lrontof the new. 8ho cried uninter
ruptedly through the eervlce, composed herself
wnen ii w as oyer, ana tecan to tcu , me wuai
Mr. Badgery's opinions had been on points of
abstract tneoiogy. ijonunateiy mere was great,
contusion unci crowding at the doorot the
church, Shd I escaped at the hazard of my life,
by running round the back of the carriages. 1
bussed the interval between the services alone
W ...... . . . . . i
in the iieios. oeing aeterrca irom going uome
by the fear that Mrs. Badgery might have got
thert; before.
Monday, came I positively ordered my ser
vants to Jet no lady in deep mourning pass inside
the jardep door, without tirst consulting me.
Alter that, feeliug tolerably secure, I occupiod
m jstlf In arranging my boots and prints.
l had not pursued tnts employment mucn more
than an hour, when one of the servants bnrst
escitably Into the room, and informed me tbat a
lady in deep mourning had been taken laint just
outMdc my door, ana naa requested leave, w
come in and sit down for a few moments. . I ran
down the garden path to bolt tho door, and ar
rived just- in time to see it violently pusnea open
by An officious and sympathizing crowd. They
drew away on eilher side as they saw me. There
she was. leaning on the grocer's shoulder.
with the butcher's boy in atlenuance, carrying
her camp-stool I Leaving my -tervunts to do
what tney liked with her, I ran back, and locked
mjseil up in my bedroom, wnen sne evacuated
the premises, some hours afterwards, I received
a message' of apology, informing me that, this
particular Monday w an the sad anniversary of
her wedding-day. and that she had been taken
faint, In consequence, at the sight ot her lost
hiiRbatid s house. , . .
Tuesday forenooja passed away happily, with
out any new invasion. After lunch, I thought
1 would go out and take a walk. My garden door
has a sort ot peon-hole in it, covered with a wire
grating. As I got close to this grating, 1 tnougnt
i eaw sometnmg mysteriously oars on tne out
side of It. I bent my head down to look through,
and instantly found myself face to tace with the
crape veil. "Sweet, sweet spot!" said the mutlled
voice, speaKtng straignt into mv oyeB tnrougn
tho irrutLuir. The. usual trroans followed, and
the -name of Mr. Badgery was plaintively pro-
unced before I could recover nivseif Buhl-'
cientlv to retreat to the house.
Wednesday is tho day on which iAmwritinar
this narrative. It is not twelve o'clock vet. and
there is every probability that some new form of
sentimental persecution is in store for me before
the evening. Thus far these lines contain.a per
fectly true statement ot Mrs. Badirerv's conduct
towurds mo since I entered on tho possession of
wjhousoand her shrino. What am I to do I
that is tho ppmt I wish to insist on what nm I
Ur do ? How am I to set away from tho memory
of Mr. Badgery, and the- unappeasable' grief of
mo uiouuiiBtntuc wmyw i vuy uturr pet;is
ot invasion it Is -possible to resist! hut how
iisnmnn, placed in iny unhappy and unparal-
leieu tirciimsiances, 10 aeieuu--niuiseu r l
can't keep a dog ready to 11 at r.Mrs,
Badgery. I can't, charee her at a nolieei
;Court with being oppressively lond ol tho hone
ju wuicu ueri uusutinu men. i chut sei man-
tfnps lor a 'woman, or ilprosecuto' a weerns
.uluow as a trespasser' and a nuisance. ' 1 ant
helplessly involved In the unrelaxing folds of
Mrs, Badgery'tr crape veil, purely there was no
exaggeration fn my language when',J sal4 that I
was a sunerer under a.pur onuy u.w grievance !
Can auybody advise me? Has anybody hud
even the 'remotest experience of the' peculiar
form of persecution Which I aril 'now endUrrhg ?
If nobodf ns. 1? there ,(iny legal, gentlctnaiji, la,
ma unnca .il ncuoin wno. can . answer ino ,a i-.
jmportautiquestiou .wliiol . appears iiit the Lead
oi tnis uarmtive.' i i- uwtan-iDy asKinrrnuriiucs-.
tion becanee it wns uppermost lo my mincu If
is iiniit-rinfMrt m ;tnv mind tiH: ftnd I therefora
bep h-ave'tc- concludappromuately by askirig It,
apntn: '' ' . " " ' ' '','..'.', .' '.'. , '.' ' , '
1 1 Is therc' hhv "laW 1n 'Enplantl wleawill pro-.
tect me irom wrs. jiaiiwry r
IEEFTJME31S"'AND; IMPOBTEBS,v
ii i r I i I
, ' No. 1302 CH ESN UT Street;,
t ' . If.' I t .Mill .k 1 " Ml i ,
Fmo English Toilet Soaps,'
; ' IN CHEAT VARIETY, JTJ8T RECEIVED. '
I - ' . ,i . i.; . ' i; ; ' I
. ilso, Triple French Extracts and rerfumes. '
' We have constantly bn band evert variety of '
', rEBFTJilKKY AKD TOILET REQUISITES.
' Extracts, .'Powdersf t Colonics, ...Vomados. OPoliet
Waters, bhaviug Creams, Coemetlques, Tooth Pantcs
Brashes, eto. "7" 123m
; .it ..I l ' ' "I l t ' i- .1
. . Paragon Oil : and Safety Iiamps.
I) RIGHT LIGUT THREE HOUR8-ONE CENT
Ko.ohlniney I Kosmokel-grease. ....
Sold by Inveatort, ' 1 ,r i ' "
ho. 511 MARKET Street.'
... AGEKT8 WANTED, " ., . , ,... .
, Also, Deuleis tn Fosps and Coal Oil. Machinery Oils.
n Brruiuea doi j sum or cum. ci to per uncu. ( 10 .
1JEVENUE STAMPS. ItEV EN UtT-STAMPS
- J 1 RAYH.UJS BlAMfS, ' i-
Of all dmeTlplluiis.
Oi an dcscripuoDS
jiiwnri on nanat- '
1 ' Always on hiiud.
AT FI ORFTHOE MACITIN K Clt.'H oKFirB.
.AT FLOULlil K bt WIMi W A 111 N K CO.'tl OFF1CK.
... No. Mil C'UFNVT Btfeefc . . , .
no 6.W tiittMii sunir
Ous door below Hi veiiih street.
1 Ols door below Mevanth streeAi
, The most liberal discount alluviea. .
The most Ultra! discount allowed.
SHIPPING.
U AMITY'S, , J'ACiBj. Om?E.
tAl M'OMA.'1 H()AMlna-i,'V
UliPIHVlLll MlttlilA
tlMHVQOU I.OHrOM)KKRT. BKI PAHT.DUBUH,-
v i-a t-v fiiuv i n.n ill . -uinitf
PAYaBI.E IN l'Al'EB CI'MBFlTCT.'
TitnlVH...: .....a .iS!M. SO, end 7
blABA(iiU - S3
1H1-. PATI) Cl.Hliru ATLH
frftipd for tirliititig out pMORt:ri trura tne abtve
point t --W. ',"" .
AI"'. IV PIIU II UIU .. .
All. STA1 1 U? U. H E IKIIl KHIUWAIH.
fru lAI.NOlliK, rutipii Mrs -will take- nartleulit
noli:e tbat the ' Axu tor Line" la iheenlr line frriuittrg
liuouih tickeu at Uie above r ten. from I'lnlailrluliia to
the point iiamrd arove, Tid that the unflerslued is the
iinly dtiy aulhorbwl Atjent in rbiimciiipiiia.
MVf 6oIoAl!Ctltlb,ANCHOttT,lN:.,
1 15 ! ...... o. 817 WALNUT SUeet -
ii . . rnu Mrnrvnur imtT a Tir-T :
pr 1T Ik J-V7lfc nun xihi, i iLiij;iLM, u-
tesii-J-dlthta Btiam rropcllet comnanr Db-
aim ion wiuaiire liMiee.Tin ih-hwitb anananian run,
IravlngdaliyitllM. and 6 F. connecting wltU all
Scrthero aiiiEanti-rn lliifS. .
For freight, wlilcn win rTTi nnnn swommonating;
IfrniH, at iny to iiiuijjnm.iuiiumu.,
So. Jit! 8. DtLAWAJtliATonue.
I 1
a'O SIIIP CAPTAINS AND OWN EKi Til E
nnrifnilgncd bavintt toawo? the KESINO'lON
Kriinv not K.rrirH loin'orm nis mpnai ana tnDBtrnm
til ilie Dock tbat ba ! prepared with tncreaMd raclilUea
to accommodate those Laving vesae s to be rained ot
repaired, and pclnit a practical ihlp-carpontor and
eauiKer. wi.itrre ru-irnnai aueuuun w me tobhou to-
riifert in him mr VMVAlrR.
t ( aptatr.a or Amenta, t-nio varpenteTa, ana Maccinwu
HBvtnir v.iw in r-nir Km none UHi ui chii.
iiain tho auvnrv tor ine aa e or -w PTterieni a
Fatrnt Alptallic t omttocttlon" for ( etiper I'aint. for the
Dipprrratlwn of Meln Dottoas, lor una cut, i am pre-.
-paiea to iBrnina (uesameou lavoraoioK'nun.
Kn noton ScM-w Doclc.
Ill DELAWARE A venae, above LA UKKL Htreet.
, MEDICAL. - ...
. , . , i - r-
yOX- POPULI. ;
WRIGHT'S TAH SYUUP.
- miXCIPAL DEPOT, ' .,- :,;
No,. 771 South. Til IKD Street.
Trice, $100 per BottlojfS'OO for half-a dozen.
The ondcrsloncd cIHeodh take pleasure In cheortally
recouitntndiiiK tlie ui-e ol W rlitlit a .Tar btrnn lor
coutiliB. coIUk, cousuuipuon. wuouuiiiH-couuh. auottcu
lever, liver complaint, pinna m tne ureaHt, bronciutis,
Intlauimatlon, and rextrlctlon or air vomkc e In the lungs.
eio. i ue rcim iiT pnumu uem ptbij mmiivi
Cliarlea v. Wl fon. r ornev'n t'r4i oflloe. ' 1 -
Cbarles H. (Ira-den, Sunday Mercury olllce. '" 'i-'t
Jamca Koton,'Aioi4ifroftli. r : i ; ..-.i '.
Vlltlaui K. Corblt, Ansoeiaied Prenn ,. ., .
William 11. Cumenier. Fire Alarm ana Follce Tele
graph, I nth and Clicsnut strefta.
A rsancioipn, r ront anu i omonra ptrrcia.
James W rerrtne No. 11'29 Charleg street. '- ' '"
H. A. Uavla, No. 323 UnftkM atreet.
tlobn Wooililde. Ho. 1U1 Franklin street.
Robert Thompnon o. 1(08 Walter etreot. "
B, O. Wnrcn, No. 628 Franklin si met.
J lbl0Q. So 731 8. second street
Jolin Bevinour, So. 613 h. t'ront street.
jr., Vi. Howard, No. 1 Dock atreot . .
II. Harti ett. Ne. S1 8. second atreet..
L. Baten .To. W5 Arch street . .
Aitert Martin. o. 411 S. Second street .
Mary Caldweil, No. lUiW 8anso:n street -
y. Hhomas, So. SON. Fourth atreet. ' "
1'. M. ( arthy. No. 1( Eifretn'a alley.
George W'lison. No 238 Race street.
W. F. Urooki. No.69 North second street
M J. Ilaasett, No, 119 Canal street
8. beymour Rose. Bustloton.
Charles Rosrrs, No. i 8ouih street
K. T. Welllonon. Second and Ouarry streets .
. K. T.. Ihonms, No. 138 Mouth t-lxtli Btreet
MUIamBams,No. 615 South Front street.
8. fi 8anrord, Opera Manaaer.
Johp IdairlnnlB: rear of No. 134 Korlh Second street .
lira, 8. K, hoate, Newark lel.
e'ttt : W take Tileasure In recommenfltnff yonr TAB
8YRDP (of which we hare already aold -ooiulderuble .
quantities) aa a tnosi ejctimnt ua tmumwui mmmij
inr tlm pnmnlalnta Set forth In vour printed bill alrea ly
submitted lo the public. Aa a (ratifying act to suffering
humanity we will cheerfully recommend jour prepara
tion to ail mulcted with diseases which u u aesigueu to
cure. ' Yours, etc, .
jjli.KB as hvj.-o, jriiKKi""'.
S, E. corner l'lne and Sixth streets.
'i , -. . ,
Tot ta'e also at
, , JUHN80N, HOLI QWAT COWDEN'S,
, . DVOTT ft CO.'S.
. . And all principal Urufglsis and Dealers. .
Th subpcrlher wonld hr leave mrther to sayathat
he im nrennred t fill orders and forward the Syrup to
any part ot tho country. Persons desiring other lnior-
nmilon by mall will inoiose a postaKe siainp,ami answors
win ue reiurnra aa soon as vao exuieucms oi uuouiesa
w in sumit. Address -
w 1L1.1A1H xi. n uunii
S 20 No. 171 8. UllllK Birtev, Pulladelphis, Pa.
FOR
COUGHS AND COLDS
USE DR. C. G. GARRISON'S
E X P E C T O R A N T .
FOli
DYSPErSIA AND DEBILITY USE
ir
I I
DR. C. G. GARRISON'S
BITTERS.
V .tSE DR. C. G. GARRISON'S ., ,
ANTI.DYSPEPTIO PILLS
Fvr Chilis end Fevers, Dillons, Billions Remittent,
PyBpepsls. Jaundice Depression ' ol Spirits, Coughs',
Colds, and all diseases that requhe a purgative."' ( .
. In all cae whore the above rreparatlons tall W
rjqase a euro tue uioucy wui uooiuuuuu, .. ,
Tor fcalc, v Uolesale and retail, at my store, i
no. an s." inajiTH stbkkt,
i .i
1 '' '-J - Below Walnut; Philadelphia.
. i -.
: ).-r.: I
JOtfNBOH, nOLLOWAT'A ( OWDKN,
i' .-! -Mi ' ' '- Wholesule Asents.
i.i -, no. a is. tiAiufiimei, ruuttua,,,!
i H ti. GAtlRlS'ON1. M. D.'"' ' (;
i. Treats rjatlrhts lor all (Hsfases at his Office.'"1' 1,1 '
So. 211 itoulli LlGUrHBtreet.
i"t All consultntlons ftee. c .,. ,u i Sl Jnx
X) Y EI N G S C 0 U p I N G, ETC.
i-i
i .-I
PKEMll STEAM SCOtUIXU
' ESTA,J3L-iaHMpNT,'';
v,'i " No! 610 RACE Street."' ' 1
''We he a lrava ta dfurmui nartlcnlar altnntlnn to ou
nevr French .-U sui bcujuriug J-.iluWintiu out, (Jio lirnt anil
yul one ot lts kind in this city. . We do not dye, hut by
a. thi nilcal firucesa ti-siore Ladles') Oentlemen s, and
thllareu'a Ouuienta to- their original taies. wlinout
injuring (nun iu tuo twuit l hiis. areat eeneuce ana
the'Uett aai hluerj- (rout Trmioe euhle us to warrant
perfect satismctinrl to all v ho niay lavor us with their
patronage LAUltH' J)KKstH,of sverr leioriptlou,
with or without it rlrouilnns, are cleaned and ttutsbeu
vtlttKiut buiuK tuktn apart, whether the color Is geumue
uruot. . . . . .. .
(,rw Cloaks and mant Una. t urtains. lau-e uovers.
Curui IB. Velvet. Ribbons, Kid Glove, eto.. oteaued and
renuVhed In the best manner Ocmlcmen's humuiet
nnif U Inter ClntYilna eleaiiKd to Derlectl- n without In
jury to tliestufl'. Also Flags and Rauners. All kinds ef
siains rtuiovea witjioui oieanuiK lira wiiuiu. Aiiurueni
are fxecuUjd under our immediate suoervtiilou . and
SHtlsfnctlon guaranteed In every Instance. A call and
examination ot our process is reipccaully solicited.
ALDKDYLL & MAUI,
912 nithsS No. 1 RACfl fltreot.
ri R STATEN
ISLAND FASCT DTEINQ
X" EBTABI.ISMFNT
So. 41 N. EIGHTH Bireot. Kast side '
a , a i a -t w i a u
. .. NO . Oi'USJt UFF1CB An -TMl CITTJ I
With the beneilts ol .an experience ot nearly fifty.
years on Mincn juiunn. anu laciuuea uubiiuuium oj any
oilier estabilsement in tins country,
we ollur superior
lnniiceniunta to iiiuw) uiviui i, nm
wooueuor saucy
Goodslor DKtlNO OR CLEANHlNtl.
BARRKTT. Ni:rhEVVH, & CO.,'
No. 47 N. 1 Klllln Ktret, PhllJlclohla,
l
iua. o anu I tKt.i ntCT-ab- jww lutk
So. 718 HOAlWAV. New York.
No ,2ul) IX'LTON Street, Brooklyn. .
331m
STOVES. RANGES, &o.
(JULY
, , ' r
ixb t -
ER'S liliW 1LA TEN T
DEEP BANPJOJKX, .t". '
air ::tJ:ii:KXc.E;,
...TliANGES
i -ii -j- ' f ' I . '
OF ALXVSJ.ZIiS,i
ALSO. PHIEGAR'8 NEW LOW-PRESSURE
STEAM HEATING APPAItArUS. J -
.:.rron balk by
CIIAntF.S WILLIAM?,
Ko. i;2 MARKEI SIJiiBt;;
CIS
COAL.
13 SELLING THE
ntESTON COAT.,
Which, is 4be; very , beet
6CUVYLKILL .COAt J
tomlng to tm market,' '
:-.! i .! :,.4 .t.
AT, $7ER tON.',
ALSO
EAGLE-VEIN'
- i i
Same tiros, at tame piiocs. '
Xel)Torable to any part of the city, periectly clean,'
and free of slat."- 7
Orders received at Ko. 114 Sontti TU1CD Street.
EMPORIUM,
813rp
Avenue.
No. 1314 WASHINGTON
CO a.t , c o a l;:
BEST QUALITIES OF. COAL u
AT. LOWEST MARKET RATE3,
AT
ALTEK'S
A L . Y - A'
C; 0
R D,
NINTH STBEET,
a BELOW CIRARD AVENUE.
2BANCB OFFICE CORNKK, OF SIX1U ASD
StlilMG GAEDEN 61BlTS. '' 21
X A M E S O ' .B ll I B N,
' 'I.!
.1
, LEHItiH AND ; 'SpIrJTLKHI,.
BY 1UB CARGO -OB SINGLE TON.
Yard, Broad Street, below Fitzwater.
Has constantlT on hand a competent spool v of the
above superior -Coal, suitable lor family use, to
which be calls the attention ef his friends and the
public generally.
Orders left at Ho. 205 8. Fish street. No. 82 8
Seventeenth street, or through Despatch or toot
umoe, promptly attcnaea to.
A SUPf&iOK QUALITY OF BLACKSMITHS
COAL. - 78
POBERX , P. .'" B UNDER,
; COAL DEALER,
8. Ty CORKER EKOAD AXD CALL0WII1LL 8IREEI3
Kone but the best WEST LEH1UH, all sizes, from the
Greenwood Colliery, on hand, and for sale for CA8H
OKXT. ; . ... . (2 116m '
Also, tKGINE, HEATER, AND FURNACE COAL.
GOVERNMENT SALtS.
s
A L B O V M A NUB E-
' ABMRTAKT QCABtKSHABTKB'8 OFTIOB, 1
miLADKLPHIA JJKPOT JlUrOll Z. 1HUU. I
"Will be sold tothehichrnt bidder, at fuhllo Ano-
tiop, on 1 UESDAi , the 3d day of April, 1806, at 1
o'ciock r. ai., at trio government muuioj,
i tvi.iMi.iniiiu ana irAtnui euecia, rmiw
delpbm, FfTiripylvania, N . ,,
L-iibtv (ir ir Am TAITID rD XT A H?VTTT
, Terms Cn?h, in Governnippt lunds. , ,.'
By order or '-" " ' -' '
, , JJrey. BrlsrMJen. GEORGE H CROSMAir, ,
1 ' Assistant Or, M. Uenrrai 0. 8. Array,
' ' "; ' ' HKNRr BOWMAN, '
829 4t ". .. ll" Captain ai d Assistant Q, it."
&
ALE OF GOVERNMENT VESSELS AND
UAKGES. ........ ....
APHIBTAlrt1 QtTABTTfBMASTRR'S OPFIOI?, 1
x uiLADELi'niA iJEPOT, jiarcn Z, 1SUU. I
Will I. . . 1 .1 a. kl.tKllM A nr. n. .kA i ' .
' I 111 W DUIU A UIHIU J.UI...IIII, u L I II u UVTDIU-
mont Wharf, HANOVtK Btreet, ueiawure avtnuo
1 hlladtlpliia, i eunsylvania on l L'EsDAY, April
8, lSOtj, commeiiciDx at 10 o'clock' A. JL, tio follow-
Ilia: lunuivu OHWilitrn nuu tie. - -
btoam ITopellor 'm. J.Xkvinmsx " i
Strain Forxv transport "WELLJiS." i
finriB " W. H. P1.ALTE." , ,
The above vessels ho at Hanover Street Wharf.
wnereinev way oe exuuiiiiou. . , , . .. , .
ierms casn, in (joverumem noinaa.
- Uy order of ' "' " '
i JJiev. Brljf.-Gen. GEOBGEH. CROSMAN, "
' Assistant Or. M. Gffieinl U.S. Anny,
. ( : I. -I - UEMtY BOWMAN,
89 4t Captain and Assistant Quartermaster. ,
ALE
O F .j M ' A N O E E,
Qdabtubmabteb GmmuAt'a Ojtioe, )
1 1 - ( i ua a'... iniu.i -1-. , r
W ABIGTOM. Ix C...l("ibruarv23. 18G1 1
'Will bo eold at tie Cavalry Depot. Gicboro.D
C a laicfi ooantltv of stock-vdfd MANURE, whtoh
will do Ufiiveriu to purcnasun un in ktuujiii, or iu
harms or boats 'tod proneed by them, at lorty 40)
cenM per rubio jard. -
1 wo or store beets (according to size) can be loaded
per day. - , . -. -. .-( i
Ti tiiiH Cash, in Government funds. . . , ...
''Br order ot the Quiiitcrniasttr-tieueral. ;
''"' ;r "Ei A ElvIN, .';
in i " "" urevet rrii'Sdier-umieisi.
3S7 20t ' In eharye First l-ivlion Q. M. ti. O,
' - :
'ALE
of .government:
AMBtLANCE3,
ARMY WAGONS, ASD CAR
Chief Quaribrmahtivu'b OfAc.
- I i K I'll r frir nitnninuiu.
WaphIIiOtoh, O. C, Slnron 18. 1R68.
Will be sold at I'ubiid' Auctioa. at LINCOLN
PEi'OT, WASHINGTON, D. Ci-under the- diroo
tion ot Brevet Colonel 0. 11. Tamnldns. u. M.. on
"tlONUAY, April 2, I860, at lil o'clock A. M., tho
loliowicg mrutlonen ijovernriH-troperty, vis. :
, 100 to kOO Light Ambuauces, . .. . .
'iUOtooUO Army Vf.ifi.u. ,
which will be sold singly , and niuat te removed
wuhinflvo days from, dite of sae.,
In addition to the above, there will he sold, at the
lame time and place, . i ':
Tlie oaie will be continued Low day to day until
all tho property is sold. i
- Brevet Malar-Gen. and CJii'-f Quartermaster, '
8 10 lot J - ' ' Depot of Washington,
M A K R I AG E GUID E,
BY DR. WIlUAM TOCKO. ;
MARRIAGE GCIDE. by Llti WM. TliITNG,
VOfrNG.
AIARltlAUJU ULiut, oy iu
uiunlldK. timiiK tiv DR. WM.
i MARKIAOK
by DR. WM. YOUNO.
, ilAKHlAOK GllDK, by DA-WM, JOIlN(,
SISHIUAGW GCIUK, by I lit WM. YOUNU
'' klARUlAGE GVIUE, by lilt VM. YOl'NU. .
.. W AlfftlAGE O C1V by M.WM' JSJJS??'.
.. JUAKDlAUCi UI'll'Bi I'X " ivu -.if,
" WAaRlAUli Gl'UiK. y Hit. WM. YOUNG.
! MARBIAUtt (1C1DK. "There are inure tilings 'twlxt
Bcaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt or in our
iLeTno voisni roan' enter the obi isattons of married life
Without reading every page Ol Utb i OUr(i B HAR
R1AGK GL1UF. ( or. F.veiy One ilia Own Doctor. It
discloses faut that ever one should Je acimauin d with.
It contulus one hundred ngrav!n;;S. explalnlnv the ana
toniT ot the human system, betb ma la and female, with
useiul information tnat every eaesbvuio auow. - -u
Brlco. 60 ftMV Tor:0.B omr, -
17 V r.L . ilH 8HrCK Ket, lxv Fourtli.'
T
UI E BTAM V AnENeT7-Nfrr-3f)4 CIIESN UT
hTRFK X, AROVsCTlUlLU, WUO. UK UUJ1U b'SVU
AS HKHF-lOFOHBi 'MMmftOT .WV
J Ofc liAjS, AD s aXt amovtV
BTAM1M OI S.VS.KI ULOlsiriiiia VW"""1,
U 1
GOVERNMENT SALES.
EBIlQ
ALE OF
GOVERNMENT PROP
AT
MACON,-. -
Br direction of.ine feACRLlARl jOJ" WAR. all. .
tlf .. - ; ,. ,Ui,j .. -7..,. A
IDII.LINO MAI ERIALH,
i t ! ' 'MAtiiiNFitrr Toot.fi: v'
) - IRON, tl'lR, trrttBEK.
AKB STOttluj oivtainim msns. -w -
which wcr .rollected at Maoon, by the" CM' 1
ltarrate ivoverasmnt. for th erection Ml nrtM..
xii o t ti eratie. ot . a. large amorj ..iaboratory, d ?
irsetal: and also ., JT ,
ltOLS.MACUU.ERY. AND MATL fltil
tollrctrd lrom lion works and ar too not m the ticatesl .
dt AlBbaus ud Georgia, will lie sold at, t - . r
. u i "'ptuLScAicnoxN. ' '".Vr
Amonct ttio artlcii-to bo sold are: 1 .
. .
i i
lbs. .'ipet (fM. ' - ' '
,42,u) lbs. CcTiper-roond rod. " ' ''''
m.iahi io. vopper bat. ii wlh i : j. '
20.1D0 lbs. Conner-H-heot.
iOO.aoibs Wrounht Iron bar and rod.-
t'wionsjrre; irosi.t. :i! ' . ' , . a . i .
0 TW tons Cast Iron tinsorvloeable-sholhi. . n , .
M.tKJO Ibn.Lcad jiiirs, .- ...... ,. . , ,,. ..
46.WI0 lbs, fin-block ahd sbeof. ' ' , , . .,
4.000 lbs. Chsth crnno hhd cable. "
16,0W yards Cloth Cotton, Iiia;li8U ' Sorgo, ellrJ
en1 fnn moiled.-" -r
82.C00 Ibv d'owder.' . - .. ' . -
8,000 leet. Belting g nm and leather, isMsortesl
4 ! Ble - - r
' S00 Machines Drills, rinners, Milling, , Sorew
. i - cutting, Steam aud 4wa-haiiiiitrs. -
i.esiaos :-l-t tm'n
llariifuift.
35 Unserviceable Cannon
iron and bronze,
Lalmratorr btorpi aitd'
SfHtM-mlS,
9rare' I'arls (new! for
Sprinnrlnid Menketsand
, Colt's - Revolvers, and
an assort mout of
fadOha,' -1
lloise Equitirneets. '
lbfqriry and Cavalrf Ao
- Cf3irmetttsr- u
Blnnkets. t .
Wagon and.Gnn Carriage
i Jrore,
80 broken Gnn Caniairc,
- i i i PAINTS AND OILS- .- .L
The attention oi Northern bu vers is called tettila
sale, wnch is a large one, and of valuable property.
r ua piniu'u .aiuioiruus ui tno proportv to ue sola
nn be obtained Irom the Chlel of Ordnance at
WaFhfneton. I). C. and from the Comoiaiidirnr
OfRepruf the Augnsta Arsenal, Georgia.
The salo will commence on ' ' - -
! WEDKDSDAt. ArTril'iriSGG. ''
and eontlnno every day until all tho property '
so d.
lenns - Cash, In United Ptates enrrrtney.
i ' D W. FLAGLER,
Captain Ord. Brev. Lt.-Colonol, ..
8 Z !2t Com . A ueu st a Arsenal.
,'UIeKY, WlA Eii, EiO,
jmmioax l unvKYOR'a Offiob, -l ; ;
' Wabhiboton, li. C, March 21. 1806 J
' win be sold at Public Auction in this city, at tho
Judiciary Square WaroliOtisd back ot the Oitv Hall,
on WEDAE8DAX, the 18th day of April next, at 10
o'clock A. M., the. inlawing articles of Hospital ,
Mores and Lfanors, no longi r required for the use of
the Metiicat IJepartmeut of the army, vls.t '
Arrovr Root. . J0,OUOJbs I)essicated l'ota.
BarleV 19 000 "
Corn .fciarcb 10 000 '
toes 100 Iba
Mixed Doso. do. Iti3 "
Whisky, quart '
bottles........ 40,000
Whisky, in bblsy
gallons 8,900
Sherry Wine, '
quart bottles. .40,000 -1
Sherry V mo, . , ,
in bbis SO ,.
TarraponaWino, 1
Cocoa Cnoeolate 10,000 "
Cinnsmon,Powd. 1,000 "
Farina 2y,000 ",
Tapioca ....10 000 "
Ext. ot Beeri..,. 20,000 "
Concent'd Milk. iO, 000 "
Ginger lBt5 "
Ext. of Coflue..., 8,762 gal
Beans ..I.. WO lbs
PeaBeana 2,800
bottles 10,000
1 he above articles will be aold ialots to suit both
large and small purchasers. '
-Ternis C'ah. - ' ' " " ' ""
Pive (5) days will be allowed, to parties ia remov -
lug their property. ,-t . i. . ,j .
Cataiojtucs ready by tho 5th pro.
- tUAS. KUrHERLANTJ,
' ' ' ' i' Sura-eon and rorveyorj U. 8. A.
C. W. rOTELER, Auotioaeor. .- . - 8221310
B
UBEAU OF ORDNANC
X C E.,,
1.1868. f "
E.N ATX i
fliVT riKPAuTMEnT,
' Wl(niOTOs Citv. lUreh 3.
SALE OF NAVY -POWDERS AT. THE,
A Till kHiinKi.Yar. m y
Thcro will be sold at Pnblio Auction, to the hlghost "
bidders, In the ollioeof the- Inspector oi Ordmanoe
,ot the Navy Yard, BrooklynrM. Y., at boob, on the) i - .
fjd day ol April, 16Cd, lour thousand lour hundred
and ninety-nine (4499) barrels Aavy Powdors.
These Powders will be sold by sample, In lore 'Of '
ono hundred, two hundred, and. three hundred :.
barrels. Purchasers to turuish barrels into wUloU -the
powders may be emptied from tho tanks.
," lerms One halt cash in Ciovernrnent luhds, ftnd 1
lift rV-mitlnfUiv nn ilin inmnnl tf thA Prvwitifni. fo -
.'which a period ol ten Uuyiwili.be allowed. It not , . ,
men removen tne i owaors win revert to tue uovora
xnent.. s-v
,, d -' - I .; 'i" .. ... H. A. WISE, :
,' 8 3swt41.. ., . . .... . Cbior of Bureau.
PROPOSALS. ' ' '
I I 1 I ' .Mill I I I I ! I , I I i . ! I II .- I
PROPOSALS. SEALED PROPOSALS, IN
duplicate, will bo received at this oliice until li
M., MOADA r.' the Kith- day of April, 18d8, lor the
delivery ol 6000 head ol BEb.iT CAlTLEou the hoof, " '
tor the use of captured .Indians. Ihe cattlo to- be .
dehreredto the A. C. 3 , for Indians at Fort buuinor, , .
New. Mexico. '
The liret delivery tofco on the lit day of JnTy,188rt, '
and to conit ol 60U itslr Qf cattle; tbe-ettbsequont: :. i
dulrvcries to be in such numbers and. at. such .time
,os may be rcqolted by the nlidiTHigned. '
i ho cattlo must be lora" tlwee to rlve"years Ctrl, J, ,!l
and must weicb at Unst 4U0 pounds net jtheir weigh ."
to be nbctrtaiueo according to manner laid do wu in ,
the habe Rcgu'fttiorjs ol lBCSl, and to oo of (he best
marketuble quality. Ko' Btags, 1 BdUs, Cows, ' or
bcliers will be received- ... :i j.i i-ni-.n-i
Whenever, iu tho opinion of tlie A. C. S. for In- ,,
dians, at Fort Stunner, tlie cattle prcsoutcd do not '
lulftl the oonditrOur'hete' Set forth, as manyasdoV "':
jjot will be rejected-.' Ton 'per-cent, of moner due)'i;
contr&otors will V rptftinod until tho contract, is Jul) .,v
Two responsible persons must slpn each bid '
guanuitceuig Hint it thd contract is awarded to tho-in
party or parties therein jirouoiduir. tboy will. enUir ,
luto ample bonds tor tne falthlul lhlli mont bt the
contract, and 'when' the" parties thus oU'erfug as -''
Sureties are - nn known to- tLe naidorsignod their ;::
ebtlity to roimbU' e ,tho .Jpss to tne L'niwu ritatos,
which would accrno in caso 'of failure must bg ' '
attested before a magistrate or other officer em
. powered to administer oaths, .i..r! i.-n.-j i-i
- The parties to v-hom this oontrscUs let will bo tx- ,-u..
peoted to flllthe contract thcrnsijlvesonv sub-loftiuir,
ol tho contract will bo considered as a lailureto corn- '' -'-ply
with the coBtract, and tho SonuactorwiU be hulel - j-'
ei'poiisible,thoxptoif,v, , .... ; . j ,; i - , . ..,
Jidorse on the envclohu 'TroposaTs for Bpol
Cattle, at Fort Sumner, New Mexico" - ' -''-
-. ' i.i.ji.i in vi. j WiR. BELL, i ;.. . .-.
,- , Captain and C. S. and Brevot .Major, U. S. A.
OfTice Purchasing and Depot C. S , District ot Now
, Mexico, fcaiitaife, N.'M., February T, 1S06.' 81 28t ""
AfAiWF?ICEeWAUWArEltiTO '
' "Piui-ADBtpntA, March 23, 18C61 '
pes led Proposals wid be received at this oflloe until i
THURbiDA Y, the 6tf) of April next, at ti o'clock M , ..
lor immediato delivery at the feohujlklil Arsonal, iu
luerchaniable packajjosof "
lO fHO Brass Rings, 1 inches. f -'' ' : - ' '
1 10000 Iron W ire totiaps tUotohJiiss' patent), f inoh.
, 16,000 Iron "D ' Rings, inch. .
600 lbs. Copper Rivets, assorted. ' v ' '
600 lbs. Flax tsewiiig Twine. '- -
r . i-j-i ALfcO. . -.." -. i -i.i-! ,i ii....
40,000 t ards CO-lncb Burlaps ; to be delivered at ths
rute ol 5000 yards per week. "'
Parties oflering goods Should make separate )M '
posala lor each article oiltred, the quandov they pro .i
pose to iurnudx, the price. twliich should, be written
Loth in words and figures), and conform to the terms '
of this advertisement, a copy ot which should '"
oonq. any each propoiml. n t ': m t-jt .? - -i,,a
riemples this axVflcs .returod. maybe peer fttw M
this ollico.
fcamplesben' submMtpd, mttst be marked and "
numbered Vo correspond with the proposals j and the (
parties thereto must guarantee that the goods shall
be, in every respect, equal io-aaiuple, otherwiae tho
proposals will not be considered. , , -, . ......
Bids will be opened -on Thursday, the 6tB day 01 -
April next, at 12 o'clock M.( wheu bidders are ri
quested to bo present, i - - ' '.,'
Bach bid must be guaranteed by two responsible -persons,
whose signatures must be appended to tho, ,
guarantee, aud curiilied to as being good and sunt- .
cient security for the amount involved by soma ' ,
public functionary of the United Mates.
All proposals should be maue out on the reirular k
foi uis, which will be inrunhed en appheauon at this 1
Oliice. s. . i . i ... - - " . -
The right Is reserved to rejoot any bid doomed nnp .
reasonable, and no bid Irom a delMuitutg oontraolo( , ,
will ie received. -- : ..
Knstoree envelope "Proposals for (here insert tho
same of the arttote offered)'' - '
Byordenot Brevet Brigadier-General GE0RUIS .. ,
II. CROSMAM, JUsisUtu) , Vuattitftnaster-tienurai. .
Cnlted .fitaM.. Army, ... tfy ,. ,
Captain anil Asulatuut Qukturw4!it(ir, Brevet Maloc "
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