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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1867.
CITY INTELLIGENCE. I ADDITION Al, LOCAL IT kms aea rirrn paok. . J. tl BPOBT OF THB PRGfllnRNT OF Controllers ol Poblio Schools yesterday, called In racial session, President Edward Shipnen read bin annual report. The report says that the Hum of children for practical aflnlrs of lite tins been the scope of In traction hitherto pnrsntd UIrssics hare been avoided, eicept In the high schools, and in them Introduced but to a limited extent. The tendency 1 now toward the branches of study known as physical and sclentirio. An a mle, the poplls of the pnblio schools are early obliged to engage in tome useful calllrir; therelor it is that the few years of schooling wblcb belongs to them should be devoted to encn practical Instruction as will best fit them for the business of life. On Iecember 31, 1H5, there were in the public schoole, registered pupils, . 75,893 December 31, ltetl, .... ?7,itn Increase, - . . . l,2t7 Ms. Kbippen complained of the careless reports made to Hie Secretary of the Hoard by the princi pals and teachers of the schools. The negligence is a sad evil, and retarded the completion of the annual labois of that ofllcer. Hereafter, when a teacher's report is Incorrect bis salary will he withheld. Attention will be also given in future to the school registers, to see that they are cor. xectly kept. The following tables snow how great has been the increase of pupils in the schools during thirty year: In IM4 there were - - It. 127 pupils. ta IMti . t 37,535 m 1M0 . . (14,313 lfctIO " - 77,164 In lull schools had been in operation on the same pnblio principle as that now pursued for nineteen years. Increase in the last Hi years, . 2-2.351 " " 2U " . 3U,S-2U " " 3(1 - . - uti,o:J7 The Increase, therefore, in the past thirty years nas been upwards of 6- 0 per centum. On 3ltof December, Wtin, the number of schools under the control of thss Hoard was as follows: Mlgh School, Boys', .... 1 ' (Jirls', .... l Grammar schools, Hoys', ... CO ' " Girls', ... tin Primary schools, ' . . 187 Unclassified schools, . . . . 56 Total, . .... These schools are under the direction of Men teachers, . . . . "Women teachers, Tctal, . ' And are managed by Contrellers, .... Sectional boards, - -Sectional school directors, - Exvenlitures far 1860. 374 79 1235 1314 27 27 351 Salaries of teachers, Kent of school-houses, - S515.553 77 4'2,4h0 45 ' 19,173 9(1 Ground rents, . . . ' . Books and stationery, ' . ' . Kepairs and additions to school-houses, Fuel, ..... Furnaces and stoves, ... Janitors' wages, .... Furnitare, - . . Printing and petty expenses, -Clerk hire, - - - . ' New scboolhonses paid from annual appropriation, - - - . General expenses, ' . : - 74,999 92 35,149 25 4 l,4H-i 53 111,764 05 47,496 33 81,570 66 7,530 16 2,619 99 13.4H1 67 15,519 19 Total, ... . 8S62.233 74 A'tAooi Loam There remains to the credit of this branch of the olty government unexpended out of the loan for new schools ut July 18, 160, the sum Of, . - - - ... df20,500 This added to loan of December 1, 1861, 100,000 1,11-20,500 Of this has been expended during the year, - City Solicitor's Depart ment, ... Paid on account of new schoolhouses,. . . $15,666 67 2,500 00 119,302 42 137,529 09 Unexpended Dec. 31, lb67, The report elaborately reviews - 8362,970 01 the present school system, and advocates several important reforms. The whole document will be published In the next annual report, now being rapidly pre pared by Henry W. Halliwell, Esq., the Secre tary of the Board. Tbe Board simply ordered the leport to be printed, and adjourned. . Tbi Latb Alexandre Dallas Bachs. The officers and members of the American Philoso phical Society, the Academy of Natural Sciences, tbe Franklin Institute, the Trustees, Faculty and Alumni of the University of Pennsylvania, the Facnltv and Alumni of the High School, the Con- Hollers of the Publio Schools and the Faculty of Girard College, met at half-past four o'clock P. M. yesterday afternoon, in the chapel of the Univer sity of Pennsylvania, to take measures for the proper reception ot the remains of the late Alex ander Dallas Bache, Superintendent of the United States Coast Survey. The attendance comprised many of our most prominent citizens, the military being represented by Gea. Meade. Frederick Fraley, Esq,, called the meeting to order, and moved that Major McMicbael take the chair. The Vice Presidents named were Major Gen. Meade, Dr. Hayes, U. S. V., Prof. J. W. Oresson, S. V. Merrick. Secretaries, G. T. Frazer, Dr. J. Leconte, U. S. A , Prof. G. I. Kiche, Prof. R. S. Smith, J. Vaughn Merrick. Mr. Fraley pronounced an euloglum, upon the deceased, and ottered the following: Kesolvcd, Thst we have beard with profound re- fret the announcement of the death of Alexander lallss Bscbe, the Superintendent of tbe Coast Survey of tbe United Btates, a native of the city of Philadel phia, who. in various positions of pnblio trust ani nelulness among us, in connection with our literary, scientific aud charitable institutions, as well as in the crowning labors of his life, in the survey of tbe coast of tbe United Btates, won for himself high pub ' Ho distinction and honor, and was most heartily loved by all who knew him. ...... Resolved, That a committee, to consist of two per aons from each of tbe bodies represented in this meet ing, be appointed to make arrangements for the recep tion OI me remains ui riui.w vkud.vu . - rival in this city, to have them in state in the Hall of tbe American ruuosopuicai society wnue luey remain here; to provide for the enlertaiument of- the escort K.t m&w -.AAin&anv his bodv. and to arrange for a proper itinera! proce-iou when tae remains are to be - taken to Wasbiuiiton City. , Ueaolved, l'hatthe Beiect and Common Councils of Philadelphia be requested to appoint soma distin guished citizen to delivers public eulogy on tbe life and cbaraoterof the deceased, at such time and place as may be found convenient, an appropriate tribute from the city of Ms blr b to tbe memory of man whose worth and usefulness have reflected so much honor on onr whole country. The resolutions were adopted, after a touching cjretch of the charaoter ot the deceased by Profea. j. razer, r-roiessor vjreseuu " umnro, "allowing committee was appointed, In ao Jr "resolutions:' SJ,an$! v,,o7 Kan.!-"- Cresson, F. Rogers, S. Messrs. 1 razer, Wbuu. .., H.. ihria V. Merrick, F. Fraley, Lacon,- "ayes, Charles Buckwalier, G. I. Rlcue, li. E. Smith. Va E Lex A committee from the Sanitary Commission was added to the last, with the Mayor as Chairman of thItwas announced that the Corn Exchange had previously taken action in the premises. Ad jourced. , Ah ovbcbowdbd Prison. Owing to a report hHt n f "luemlo of a fatal character was prevail- log in the county prison, the Sanitary ComuUMee of the woara oi neuuu ri'mu iub lueuiuuuu mat week, by direction ol tu FLard. The Committee submitter tutir report to the Board yesterday af ttr"bon "They state that Dr: Smith, the physician, and Mr. PerklnB, the keeper, assured them that at That time ther. was not a single case of fever or an v other acute case of disease, and that the health of the prisoner., although they were in a crowded etate, was remarkably good. All tie cases ol fever the i bad existed were five in number, among a t wretched, broken-down and filthy set of vagrant, ofwbomwerelnacell. They were discharged, uveoi wuuu. . , ,h- nrarl of tba fever. and tnia pu y ,h- , - - . The T committee commended the excellent sanl- n fit Lion OI tDe UUUHO, ucvio.auB " " riecU K?eareait upou the Board of Directors, tie officer. and upon ail concerned In its manage- The'crovvded state of the prison is earnestly pro . .rH..inrl On Saturday, the Uth, there were house 479 untrwd prisoner, and 381 convicts; n ffirtisil OI ibis number 155 were fe- Sales untried, and 60 convicts: . " J ot tbe cells visited contained rive Pne"' but very tew of them had one-Ue number allowed by tne act oi me jtbioiv" nil int for tbe Councils tollx upon a location and remains ior imoumiiin oitAhia appropriate tbe lands lor tbs erection ol a suiiui fcuiidiuc-" A Contksti:d Will Cahr Kivrrt.f). Oy thu will of the late Muon Hatrhin. h'n rrpprt.y ws all boqtiealhcd to the 8U Joseph's Hospi tal, whh tho es'fption ol au anonUy of $1000 to his tipphew, Mwou Hutchins Pairach, a renldrrit ot OaliforniB. The latter contesti'd the will, but after a patient beRrinp of testimony, the Register of Willn admitted 1ho will to pro bate jefcterdav. The etnt ts eaid to be worth at least $100,000. The will vnt conteitd on the prouhd of mental Incapacity on the part ot the tottttor. The Repiner reviewed the testi mony at great length, and contended tnat, In consequence of the Inct that several wills bad been made In which a bequest was made to the Hospital, there could be no doubt as to hi In tentions, that at the time ot makiuir the will the tettator was In the full possession ol his fcul Hcf; and that he wa perfectly aware, not only oi tne cDaracterot his estate, out the nnjecs of his bounty. It was in evidence alio, that although the heir-at-law never corresponded with his uncle for a period of fiiitoen years, h'i telepraphed all the way from Orville, California, to have the will contested, a lew days after Its presentation at tho Register's otlice, The tes tator had made numerous efforts to learn the whereabouts ol his nephew, and failing in his efforts, left his money to trie Hospital. Thk Pennsylvania IIoktiu'lttrai, Society. The monthly meeting of the Pennsylvania Hor ticultural Society was held latt evening a their hall, corner of Broad aud Walnut street. The display was unusually tine. Among the speci mens worthy of particular notice may be men tioned a fiencral display of plants from the pardens of Messrs. Rodders, Bullock, and l.ona streth; basket of cut flowers, from the carden of E. (J. Merrick; six plants, in pots, and flower bulbs, from the earden of James Kodtrers; a number of fine bouquets, from 'he par den of John Dick: radishes, twenty-lour root. from the garden of Mr. I u tiring; also, a tine collection of peas. A larc number of ladies and gentlemen were present. Election of Officious of the Mkcantilr Library. The election for otlicera of the Mer cantile Library took place last eveiiintr. There were two tickets, one headed by T. Morris Pr-rot for President, and composed of the old officers and directors chiefly; the other headed by Edward D. Brooks for President, and called tbe "Slock holders' ticket." There were 158? votes polled, of which Mr. Perot received 1100, and Mr. Brooks. 487. These were about the average votes on tbe respective tickets, Mr. Perot's ma jority being 644. The ladies polled 156 votes, of which 131 were for the Perot ticket; 25 for the opposition. ' Personal. General Robert I Bodine, the new ly appointed Flour Inspector, entered npon tbe of ficial discharge of his duties yesterday, and Gol. Jomea P. Perot, who has officiated in that capa city during the past three years has retired to pri vate life. DOINGS IK CONGRESS YESTERDAY. Senate. A petition was introduced, asking that colored troops in the tegular army be ' ollicered by colored men. Proceedings of a meeting of Southern loyalists In favor of the Louisiana bill were presented. A resolution was presented allowing national banks to receive from the treasury excess ot taxes paid by them over the proper amount due. A resolution was adopted calling on the President to inform the Senate if there has been aDy correspondence between the State Department and the Minister resident at Portugal relative to the payment of hU salary, and whether said Minister has received pty, and from w hat fund. A bill quieting titles to certain lands in Calitornia was passed. The bill to pro vide for the tafcty of passengers on steam ves sels was passed. Bills were passed restoring Lieutenant Joseph P. T.vlle and Lieutenant Comniander Breesc to the active list of tbe navy. Mr. Williams moved that the Senate insist on the amendments to the Reconstruction bill, and agree to the Conference Committee called for by the House. After some debate the motion to insist was agreed to, and a recess was taken. EVENING SESSION. . At the evening session the President sent a response tj tbe resolution calling for informa tion whether any violations ot tbe Civil ttia-bts bill had occurred, and what bad been done to brine the offenders to justice. A bill was passed, authorizing the investment of unclaimed boun ties. A bill was considered, giving army officers on the retired list the benefit of the longevity ration. A bill to facilitate the settlement of paymasters' accounts was introduced. The bill prohibiting peonage in the Territories was patfeo. The Din in relation to brevets ot volun teers appointed to the regular army was passed. It provides that such officers shall be credited . with tbe service performed by them as otticers of volunteers. The bill to temporarily increase the pay of the army was CRlled up and finally passed. Adjourned. House of Representatives. . Leave was asked to Introduce a joint resolu tion directing the Secretary of the Navy to assign' United States vessel for the transpor tation of supplies of too J and clothing to various Southern ports, for distribution to the suffering people of the Southern States. Objection was made on tbe ground that it might give rit-e to debate. A communication was recew'tl from the Secretary of the Treasury relative to the rules by which the beginning point of tbe claims of the Union Pacific and Central Pacific Bailroads was ascertained. Tbe bill for the more efficient government of the Rebel States was taken up. Tbe motion to concur in the Senate amendments was lost yeas 73, nays 98. The motion to refer to a com mittee of conference was then agreed to, and Messrs. Stevens, Shellabargcr, and . Blaine weie appointed the Committee on the part of the House. The report of the Committee of Conference on the Tenure of Otlice bill was agreed to yeas 113, nays 40; tbe bill has there lore passed both Houses. The Indian Appropria tion bill was passed. A message was received from the President announcing the death of Samuel Downing, the last soldier of the Revolu tion. The bill providing for arming, organizing, and drilling the militia was then taken up and discussed. A vote to lay the bill on the table was voted down, but the close of the morning hour cut short further action. The Senate amendments to tbe Joint resolution for the election ot a Congressional printer were con curred in. The Post Route bill was passed. Tbe Army Appropriation bill was thtn taken uo, but during its discussion the hour for recess ar rived, - ; ;' EVBN1K0 8BS9IQN. At the evening sessiou the Senate bill pro viding for the payment of coin pound-iuterest notes was committer?. A resolution directing the Secretary of the Navy to assign a natiouat vessel to convey food and clothing to Southern ports, for distribution io sutt'erers in the South ern El8tef, was adopted. The consideration of (he Army Appropriation bill wus resumed In Committee of the Whole, after which tho resru- iarforder of business was :??"raed. The Senate amendments to the bill for the government 01 the Rebel Mates were then taken up, ana a mo- ion was made to concur, upon which aeoate arose until tbe previous question was called. when MlibusteiiUK was commenced by the Opposition, and finally the House adjijurued, without aciiou. SUMMARY OF YESTERDAY'S LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Senate. A number of petitions were presented aeralnst Hl!ov.iug street cars to run in Pblladolpbla on Buudayl Billn were presented to repeal tUe tax on safes of loans or stocks by auctloneeis in Philadelphia and Pittsburg, and releaslns cor porations I mm county taxation when the real estate, bond, and dividends of tbe corporation are already taxed. A series of resolutions were presented declaring that the Constitution and laws of the United States are tbe supreme law of tbe land, and extend over and bind every citizen of the Kepttblic tn every portion thoreof, that the Habeas Corpus act can not be suspended; that noi person shall be held to answer for crime unless indicted by a grand jury; and that tbe military shall be in strict subordination to the ctvtl power. They were I rflerrea to inecoinmutee oo euerm ueiuTums , Mejtitte, were received from the (iovcrnor aunouDciug that he had retool the bills incorporating the Slsiors of Mercy of Philadelphia, riuil the PluUpatrian Institute of Philadelphia on the ground that charters could be obtained horn the ourta. Tho net relative to the agricultural college wnfl pasted. House of II preservatives. The session was devoted principally to the reading of pi ivate bills. The Coventor sent a message announcing that he had vetoed the bill lncorporatine tbe Keal Estate Savirrs Asiocla tion. The bill for the appointment of addi tional notaries public in Philadelphia was passr-d. A bill was passed relative to the Court of Quarter Sessions in Philatlelpbia. Several private bills were passed. AMUSEMENTS. A V A DEMY OF MUSIC. UKIIINOIS' KNOLISH OPliP-A THOU I'M. CAKOl.INK ItHjniiNMS Dlrecirees 'I 111 (Wiflnvnrinv) KVBNI NO, February 1U, Bfc.M-.HT OF Mils. K. NKHU1N. J.1NI1A 1I CM AMOUNIX. Wesors. Caslle. Kfumti, Arnold, l'eakn. Miss (.'. Ricli Incn, Mrs. V.. hppiiin. and Mil. Arnold in the rust. Mr. K. C. CAMl'JtKLL will Miik, bitweeu tliu First and Second Acts "MY ANUKI,," TO-MOItHOW KVKNTNO, I'll K l.NCH A N i'llKSS. FHIDAY NK)I1T-111.NKK1T OF MISS C. HICI1 IN OH. KATirtDAY AFTEHNOON-nnAND MATINEE. THK KM'HANI RKBS, Ni:w CHESNUT STREET THBATRG. THIS tVKNINO. TH1HI) AI'PKAUANCK OF MIS.s HF.l.KN' WKSTKHN. KMT It K CHAN'OK OF DILL. Performance will conunpiice with tne three-act luHiiia. 'i ll K t'OKSll.'AN UKOITIEHM. J:rUerFrK,, western Alter wblcb, the KurlPtt.-x entitled JKMNY 1-INU. Jenny I.eatberlungH, alms l.iml, MihS HELEN WESTERN. FRIDAY AFTERNOON, February la. WASHINGTON'S HIRTHUAY MAITNEE. MISS HELEN WESTERN WILLAITKAH. SATURDAY At-TELNOON. KK(H LAR MATT NUB. w ALNUT STREET THBaTlU, N. K. corin'r ol NINTH aud WALNUT Strews. Commences al 7l, o'cli rk. LAST NIOHT BUT In REE of tbe brilliant engagement ot MRS. D. P. ItoWERS. wbo will appear in ber wonderful impersonation ot LADY ALDLEY, in BroiiKliam's tbrliliiiK sensiiiional Drama of LADY AUDLEY'S bECRET. Mr. J. C. MeCOLLOM as Robert Audloy To conclude Willi the laughable Farce of THE rHAUTTCAL MAN. MRS. JOHN DREW'S NEW AUCU STREET THEATRE Begins at 7.', o'clock. LAST NIOHTS OF . L. FOX, WHO WILL AI'PKAK IN THREE PIECES and l-'OLR CHARACTERS. Wl DNE8DA Y AND THURSDAY EVENINGS. THIRT Y'-iTRbT A N D 1 1 1 1 RT Y-KEUOND Tl M E OF JACK AND GILL, by Q, L. FOX and Troupe. THE LOTTERY TICKET i and ROBERT MAC AIRE, by FOX and tbe Dramatic Coinpan". 2 20 2t FRIDAY. LAST BENEFIT' OF O. L. FOX. FIRST NJUliT UPailSB FANNY' HERRING. bATL'HDAY, LAST MATINEE. JACK AND GILL AND ROBERT MAOAIRE. OX'S AMERICAN VARIETY THEATRE, IMJSiiNSE ATTRACTION. FOX'b COMBINATION TROUPE EVERY EVENING. GRAND CORPS DE BALLKT.COM 1C PANTOMIMH I.'I HIOI'IAN BURLESQUE. CUM 1U PANTOMIME VT EW ELEVENTH STREET OPEKA H0DSE, XN ELEVENTH Street, above CHESNUT. "TIIK FAMILY KEttOUT" Pi;. IUK IIIK NKANOV. t'Alt!N4 KOSS A- UIXEY'N SI IN.HTKi:l,S. the Great blur Troupe of tbe World, lu tbeir GRAN D ETHIOPIAN bUIREES, bUNGS, DANCT-W. KUW BURLESQUES, and PLAN TAT1UN bUENES. Doors opeu al 7 o'clock. Commencing at S o'clock. . S0 J. L. CARNCRObb. Mauaaer. GERMANIA ORCIIESTRA.-PUBLIO RE hearsals every SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at MUSICAL FUND HALL, S'i o'clock. Engagements made by ! dreeing GEORGE BAbTERT. Agent. Ho. I&'U MONTEREY' bt between Race aud Vine. l2-im BRADFORD'S LAST GREAT PAlNUiN(J "BKALrBS CEUMIED BY ICEBBHG8," iiOW OS JiXHlBlTlOil AT BCCTT'S ART GALLEH1 Ko. 1020 CHESNUT Street- 1 4 If VENUS. THIS 8UPERU PAINTING hY VERON FLETCHER, now on exhibition at the PHILADELPHIA ART GALLERY, No. l&AGTIES M'T Street. 2 18 tit 0 STUMES! COSTUMES The most snlendld asMortment of CoRtumen ani Properties for Masgiierudes, Sociable3, etc., ure ollera at the old-eslabliHhed stund, Mo. B17 RACE Street, so well patronized for the last tweiuy flve vears. Alasks ot every description lor sale, and no effort spared to please tbe fancy or patrons. a 7 lui W. C. DESMOND. COAL. COAL! COAL! COAL! J. A. WILSON'S (Successor to W. L. Foulk,) LEHIGH AUD SCHUYLKILL FAMILY COAL YARD, Ko. 1517 CALI0WHILL St., Phila. Attention Is called to mv DONEY BROOK LEHIGH and KE-IiKOKEfc SCUUYLK.1LL, both superior and Coal anfl rrepsrallojis best In the city 925 6m JJB VY. PATRICK & CO., NO. 304 N. BROAD ST., DEALERS IN LEHIGH AND SCHUYLKILL C0A, HAZLET0N, MAHAN0T, EAGLE VEIU, AIT RE-BfiOKEIf STOVE, Alv ays on band, under cover, and freeirom DIRT - BLATE. C82Ssmw6n STOVES, RANGES, ETC. QULVER'S NEW PATENT Deep Sand-Joint HOT-AIR FURNACE. RANGES OF ALL SU ES. Also, Phllegar'a Nw Low Pressure Steam Ilcatlug Apparatus. - FOR SALE BY CUAltLBS WI) LIAMS, 610 ' ' Ko. 1182 M IBK.ET Street, ' THOMPSON'S LONDON KITCITENEE, OJt Kl'Itlil'KAN KA.NHE, lor Eaiullies, Ho tels, or Public Institution!. In TWENTY D1E EEItENT blZEH. AlbO. Pbllaaelulilu ltiuiKes, Hot-AIr I'liriiares.l'ortHble Heaters, Lowdowuliraies, l'lrebotiid fciiovea, UatU Boilers, btewhola Plale, Jtollers. Cooking Stoves, etc., wholesale and retail. tbe manufacturers. blUAKl'E & TUOM- 1) )7 a inj;iiin N- -N- ilojxUstreet. MEblCAL -pR, J. g. K08E'S ALTERATIVE. I) THB OKEAI BLOOD HJMF1KE. if you have corrupt, disordered, or vitiated blood, you aie sick sll over. It may appear as pimples, sores, or as some active disease, or it may onlj make you leel Ian auld or depressed; but you cannot have goodbeaitu ti our blood Is impure. Dr. Hose's Alterative temoves all these bunurltUs, and Is the remedy that will lesiors 0It uVniqusJled for tbs cure of sll diseases o( the glands, soroiula, tubercular counumpilon, and all erup tions of the sklu. Trice 1 Bole ss",, 4 COi Ko 832 North SECOND Htro'it ' Tjn. DYOTT'S ITCH OINTMENT will cure every form of itch, and is superior to any other remedy lor tbi cure of that disaBreeable and torineniiug coitplamt. Trice 'tfceut eut permail , No. i3l Forth BKCOND Btreet DIU J. B. ROSK'8 KXPJ6CTOUAMT. Fortheeura of consumption, coughs colds, atthma. catarrh, intiuenza, spl Uuof b ood, broncbitls, aud ail diseases ot the lunge. ...... . . r.' Ibissyrun naiug stood tbe test of many years ex perience ss Vr.meJ lor IrrlU ion or any bitlauiuiatlon If the lunls, tb oatf or bronchia la acuowleiged by a 1 lobe a "tiiedy superior to any other knowa com peund usd lor tba rellei aud cure of coughs and oou- UU' PllOD. IH' BWH RCUIA. nroTT A CO No. J North HCONJ Snoot Stm SHIPPING. fPT-Ts STB AM TO I .lVcKI'Oorr CALLING . Li "' 'f"" Jniuati Mne, nailing t. u.i u i k l . riirryiiiit the Un led suites M mix. CiTV DE A;H10'1C' uluriiiiy . l'Voriliiry I 1 A .Mi A r.iii i eJiiexiiav, 1' eiirnary !! Cl'l Y ! M-.W YOltK Maliinlay, Mun-li i IT V t.K AN'l V Kill' (newi tsiilnriliiv. M ircli I Tl Y ! lKjslDN Hiiturday, Miiruh li. mill inch Hiurpeilimr Katnnlnv and Wednesday, al noon, hem l'ler No. i t, North Hlver. HATES )E I'ASSAOF, lly the mall menmer sailing every Saturday l'avaliltf In finhl.i - I'lLvahlH in Corrnnrv. FlrH Cabin inn rtteeraire i lol.rimon lift! To l.onilon To Pails i. "io rarls it PahM lie hv U, e V'ff1iiis.iiiv niefiniiTs t'lrHt Cnhin. (I Hi; Hii'iiiLf. J.iii. Vavalile III lulled stales currency. I'lissenuers ulfo lorn anted lu Havre. lluiubui'K. Ilro- n.en, etc., nl iiieilei ule rales. Meeri:t;e I tisvnKe from Liverpool or Queeiistown, ?:I7 mi re nr. . i ickpih enn ue uonsni nere uy uttinuiin wim- Inic lor lliel irh ihIh. l or ImtLer Inlorniatlon anuly nt the Comimnv'a ,1,10. Auent. Cll'ITS. JOHN it. DALE, Agent, No. 1ft BRUAIiW A Y. ti. V. rcn OH HtW VOKK. puiladt.l: TL. Selibia blcam ProDellei Coinaanr De- h uh li wliimire LincP.fi lie aare and Rritan Csisi leavlr f dai y at 12 M. and S f . conueoUn wltb al' Fort Ik in and tsttern hues. torfieifiht. tltrt li! be taken upon aecommodatln, terms, ri!ly io WILLIAM M. HslKDACO., 115 Mo. Ui H. DEL WAH1 Avease. 'tiFt V(Hi B08TON-ST15AMSUIP LINR 2aMi42 DIKECT. bAiUMi KKOM EACH r-OKf KVEWTF1VB DA-VS H.OM HMS.KM.T WHARF, PUILliEL- iniA, am) lonh w.iauf, KysroN. Tbe Hue between iblladelobla and Itoston Is on crmpeied ol tbe KUMaN (new) Captain Baker, lira tons. 8a ON , i aptain Alaiihem, iviso tons. OEM AN I a slu Croaell. W3 tons. . 1 lute f ubslaotial and well-appointed tmliti) wll tall l unclui lly ss sdvertired and Irelsht will be re cevtd evtry day. a steamer ocing always on tbe bertb to receive carso. Milppns are requested to send bills of lading with Ibeli yoodt. rorireivbt or passage, bavins snperor aflcommoda tlons, app J te HrNKY W1NMOK A CO , i No. 832 K. DELaWAKK Avenue. T? COMPANY. liVfOMTION LISE TO CALIFORNIA. VIA .KICAIMOUA, KVF.RY TWENTY DAYS. From l'lcr N o. 2 North Hlver, foot of Wsrren street, at noou, wltb paMensers and irembt, at ver; LOW HA'lEH. Connecting on tbe Facillo Ocean wltn tbe tine steamships MOotS TAYLOR. Captain Blethen, and A MKKICA, Captain Wakeman For forther information, apply to tbe North Ameri can Btesmsblp Conipsny. ., WiLLIAM II. WEBB. President, No. M Exchange Usee, N. Y. D.N CAhltl Mi ION, Agent, t -No 177 West street, corner Warren N Y. 1BO J AS R. HKARLE. No. 817 Walnut siroeU ! P.MPTRR T,IR FOR RAVIOTIH fcliii Evtry BaTUKD A Y. from i ler No. 13 North hivcr punctually at g o'clock P. Al. '1 he lavorlte aide wheel Steamships ' BAN JACINTO ,Loyeland Commander, BAN 8ALVADOH, Atkins Cummendor. Tbroueh tickets aud til ls ol lading to ail points. In connection with Centiai Ralnoad ol Georgia, AUuntle and Uult Railroad, and Florida etearoers. ties act passenger accommodaUuns. GARK1HON AT.LE1T, No. 6 BOW LINO GUKKN, N. Y. , II. LEA r", Agent, Adams' Kxoress, No. 320 Chesnut street. lr tflP xiatt OTrnioiim mi 1 PaNY'8 'ii4iki iiw. Tn riitirnnvri CAKUYIlHG i'M'l'ED B1A1E8 MAIL, VIA PANAMA RA1LKOAD. 8'enmers leave Pier No. 42 North itlver, foot of Cans street, at li o'clock, t oon, as lollows December si. N. W YOliK, Capu w. G. Farber, con necung with CONH1 lTU'llos, Cap'. Caverly. Januury 11 IifcNBY CUAUNCHY, Capt A. G Gray, connecting wltb GOLDEN AGE. Capt. Lau.dge. January 21 U1MNG HI A K, C apt. T. A. Harris, cou nectlrg wltb GOLDEts CITY, Capt. I T. Watkius. All uepariures touch at Acapuico I those of 1st and 21steunuect at Panamawltb steamers for South I'acitlc puns; 1st and 11th lor Central American ports, and tboso of 1st touch at atanzanl io. Departure oi 11th eaeh month connects with the new steam line irora Panama to uerraila aud New Zealand btetmer of March 11. 1867,' will connect with tae Com pany's steamer Colorado, to leave Han Franclsou tor I ohotama and fcomr-Kong on April 3, 1867 One bundled pounds ot baigsge allowed each adult MMhp.inpi slid Al tmlnm. free. For passage tickets aud all further lntormatlon, apply at tbe cit.ee on the Vfharl, loot of Canal street, &orh Blver. New York- - . . . ... , . No S20 Chesnut street, t F. it. BAbl, Aneut. ' ,. , ' . , ' B. LEAF. Agent, dsius' express, EMPIRR PTEAMylllP LINE, KOlt PROVIDENCE AND BOSTON. hMinnu tram each nort eveiv fla'uidav. lrom second wkan above Vine street, Phlladelplila, and Provideuce and Boston Ksilioad W hart Providence, H- I. 'lbs line Is composed ot the nrst-class steamships tlTJNTLb, Al. U Bogets commander. CD A BE, J. A. ciossman commander. Itieae superior and well equippeo steamthlps sal. refcularl? mm advrllMed. Freight will be received daily. Biesinshlp beli g always uu ihe berth to receive carxu. Freight lor Lemon. Mass.. and ail intermediate i aims on the Boston and Providence or Worcester Railroads, Will be received, and lie goods delivered in less time end at lower rates than by any other route. Bills of lading iurnisbed at the ottlce. Is o bills ot lading signed alter the ship has sailed For lurtber Iniormation, apply to LA'llABCHY, WKKihbriAM CO.. Agents, y . No. IK North Wharves. Henry Cleaveland, Esq., Agent at Providence, K I. E ' NATION AT. KTRAM NAVIGATION LLH. COMPANY l Limited). Mb.iLi.ri weeklv to Livernooi. calling at Qucenstown. Ihe splendid first class Iron Stos'nships LOUISIANA, Captain Harrington. PEMnSYLVANIa, CapUOu Lewis. LUI N, Captain Cutting THE QUEEN, Captain Grogan. DENMARK, Captain Thomson. . " An experienced Burgeon ou-eaob ship free ot Charge. traits Issued tor any auiouut, payab.e at any bauk in Gieat Britain or on the continent. , BAIBS Qt PASSAOS, PAIABlJ I I" OrJBBENCV.t . i - Cabin steerage To Liverpool or Queenstown.... aioO 30. Through passage to Paris, Antwerp Hamburg, Bre men. London, eto at low rates ' ' , Bteeraite passage Uckets to bring persons from Liver pool or QuemBtown tor Mb m curreucy can be obtained at No STBROADWAY. , A A. For Height or cabin passage, apply at the Office of the Company. No. 67 BROADWAY. For steerage tickets, at the Passage Office ot the Company .No 21 BRoAD WAY. or THOJlaS R. SEARLE, , No.217Wa'nut street , f -: . F. W. J. HURST, Alanager. . pfK ONLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. Vlt Til K GENERAL 1 HANSATLANTIC COM Aisk'o MAIL BTEAMSUlPo BETWEEN NEW 1 liRK AND HAVRE, CALLING AT BREST. Tbe splendid new vessels ol thlslavonte route fbr the Continent will sell from pier No. io. North River. PEREIttE,Ducueano. . VILLEDE PARIS, biumont EUROPE, Leuiaue. frT. LAURENT, hi candl. PHirEu OF PASSAGE, IN GOLD. First Cabin, 100 second Cabin. H 0 including wine '1 hese steamers do not carry steerage passengers, tiedlcal attendance tree of charge. Passengers Intending to land at Brest ean be furnished on board with railroad coupou-tlckets, anu their baggage checked to Paris, at an additional charge of S3 lor tirst and $3 for seeond class. t GEORGE MACKENZIE, Agent, No. 68 Broadway FOR HOSTON-VIA NEWPORT L:and fall river ii,e l.ijsun and Newport Hue. bi the splendid and Superior steameis NEWPoUT. ME1ROPOL18, OLD COLONY, and EMPIRE STATE, of great sueugth and speed, colifctracted expressly lor the navigation ot Len Island Sound, running in connection Willi the Old Colony and Newport luProao. ... Leave llci No. 23. Norm River, foot Of Murray sued. 'Ihe ttearir NEWPORT, Captain Brown, leaves Monday . Weduesi ay, aud Friday, at 4 P. M , landing at " Tbestc'smer OLD COLONY, Captain Simmons, leaves Tuesday, 'Ihursday, and baturday.at 4 P. M., lauding 'iere''s)teimers are fitted up with commodious state rooms, waier tight compartments, and every at range nient lor the security and comfort of passengers who are atlorded by this rou e a night's rest on board and ou arrival at Newport proceed per railroad again, reaching Boston early on the loilowing morning. A baggie master Is attached to each steamer, who receives aud tickets Uie baggage, aud accompanies the same so lis destination A stesn er runs In connection with this line between Newport and Providence daily. Sundays excepted Freight to Boston is taken at the same rates as by any other tegular Hue, and lorwarded with the greatest ex pedition by au ex pleas iialu, which leaves ewport every ir-ernlng (Sundays excepted), at 7 o'clock, tor Boston and New bediurd, arriving at its destination about 11 A. M. ... ,t .. For irelgbt or passage apply on board or at tbe Ottlce, on Pier No. 2H North River, l or stale rooms aud berths apply on board, or, if it is deslrah e to secure them lu advance, apply to E. Ll'lTLEFlELD. Agent. t ' r" No. 72 BKOADWAY, New York. c VriTt. ST TTIalltf AH AVfl kkA7.II,. sAkiSlUP COaiPANY. Reuular MaU bteamers. sailing on tbe 22d ot every month i NOR1H AMERICA, Captain L F. Tlmmerman. SOUTU AMERICA. Captain E. L. Tlukelpauali GUIDING S1AB, Captain Geo'ge B. locum These elegant aieauiera sail on schedule time, anj call st ft Ihoinaa Para Pernambuco. Bahla, and Rio de Janeiro, going and returning. For engagement oi Irelgbt or parsage app'y to GARRISON A ALLEN Agents, - - No 6 Bowling Greea New Vera. H?LKAF. Ageui, Adams' xoress. NO- S2v cbesuut street. SHIPPING. vfv.fr LONDON AND NEW YORK 8TKAM- ,7rJ.I L-L? Fllip LINK. 1 ttve to I onrlon, 00 Ml IM. enrrency. I at ie littn London, 76 SiiO a-1 :, sold. A lAI.AM A.l aptain Ilnkbain. bt I LOA, ( aiitain Dixon. Kl La, Captsln D.eadril. WILLIAM iK.NN, Caota.O Bll lns. Tte arrnmiLorlatltns for psnseiiRPis on tliese ships are ULmi mstfd. rrelniit will betaken and ihroufta bills oi loiiltij givrn Jo I avre Antwerp, Rotterdam, Amster- VVpafgeapplT to CHARLK A WHITIKO, No. iSBKOAOWA. For ltelalit, apply at No. M SOUTd tllrt,i' HOWI ANI APPINWAI.L, AeenU U. LFAF, Agent, Adams' h intra. No. 3-0 Chesnnt street. jrjL n ti pnTTrTtiiv rv unifp ic i PA8HA(4K TO UROPt. bvtbe on v smerl- iii'e to Knaund and Fiance Tbe New York and Uavre Kxsmniiio CunipinT's tlrot claxmall steamHhins H (iO snr) FULTON, aavlng been tliorounhly reflrtrd, wll I It ave Pier r o 1 orth River, lor Havre, calling at t ainiiotb, ibe lobowing d ays. at noon preclHely : AHAUO....U. a OAi8EN....Oecember2i, 1H6 Ai d every id d a th realier. PR1CEB F VAtHKUh, PA ABLE IN OOLD l First clasa i11" Saloon I00 riratciaia Lower Saloon W Bccond-clsn ( 60 n exp, rlrnced c urgeou on board. Ibe. onivm v will not be r sponsible fbr snecte or valuables nn'es bills oi lading, having the value ei pieistd, are signed therelor. I. J. COMSTOCK. Agent, . No 7 Broadway. New Koik. JAMF A W OTTO If, Havre, Ocneral Agent lu Kurope LHtritnTIK K A p.. Agents. Paris t Pftx PAS8AOE TO AND KKOM ,Y. bTEAHHAIP AND HAILING PACHCT, . AT HICDUCRD KA IK.it. DBAF7R ATAli.ABLK TH KOUO HOPT ENGLAND, 1HELAKD, SCOTLAND. AND WALE8. For particulars applv to I aP8 COTT BROTTtT.R1 A CO., t No. SSPOTJTP Bireet and No. S3 BKOADW A (rtoTHOS. R.K&AI1LF., 217 WALNOI' St (V BTARLINE FOU NEW ORLEANS. L 1 . KIam 1' ,(..11 a- wnA ' " a' c iui. mi an nianiiisiiiD tjuilinanv S Lu OueaD Steamers will leave Pierlso. 4ti ortb Liver t o'clock P M., as Inllows the AtONlfcKHI.oo Wt.DNESDAY, HAVANA. on BAll'KDAY, MISSOURI, on SATURDAY, MKKKIMACK onHATiKiliY. All bills of lading ilgned at ihe ttlice upon tbe plot. For Irelght or sasaave snp'y to C. K. QARRIHOH. Piesldent t No. S BOWLING ORKK.N.N. Y. E. LaF, Agent, Adams' Express, iu 04i wiiesuui street. rtt STEAM TO GLASGOW AND L1VER sssaal i ill i'li POOL, calling at Londonderry to land Malls alio Passengi rs i ne lavorne passenger stemers or THE' ANCHOK LIKE BAIL EVERY BATURIA FRuM PIER 44 NORTH RIVER. Rates of petssge, payable In currency To Liverpool, Glasgow and Deiry, Cabina. 90 and SI0; steerage 3U. Prepaid certillcates from these ports to New York, 13.V ti avre, Antwerp, elo.. SliO and S37. For lurtrer Information, apply at the Company's Offices. FRANCIS MAC DONALD fc CO., Ageuta, No. t Howling Green, New York. FOR RICHMOND. NORfOLK. AND J, CITY POINT. Tbe side-wheel stesmsh'os L.iiir.nAo. captain Aieianaer crerv faturaay. ALBKMA RLE, Captain Bounie Every Wednesdav,- At 12 M , from Pier No. 36 North River giving through bills ot lading, eto., to all points on the Seaboard Rail road and itr connection LIVINGSTON, fOX A OO. .Agents No. 88 Liberty street TsfffifT TO SHIP CAPTAINS AND OWNERS J.lf -A tt" undersigned having leaded the KEN biNo'loN SCREW DOCK, begs to inform his ttienai snd the pstions of UieDock tnat he la prepared wltb Increased lacllitles to accommodate those hen ing vessel to he tatted or repairer1, and being a practical ahlp-cr-pcnier and caulker, will give personal attention to tbs vessels en i rusted to him tor repairs Captains or Agents. Ship-Carpenters, and Machinist t avlng versels to repair, a.e solicited to call. Haviug the agency for the sale of "Wettersiedt Patent Meta.lc Composition" lor Copper paint, tor th preaeivation ot vessels' bottoms, fbr tbiscl y, I am pre ps red to luinlsh tbe same on faorable terms. JOHN H. HAMMITT. Kensington Screw Dock, 1 It DELAWARE Avenue ahove Laurel street, PROPOSALS.' G O V E K N Al K NT S A L E.- Tho mocertv known ss the GOVERNMENT TANNERY AND STEAM. SAW MILL, with seventy-live acres ot land, near SAN ANTOXIO., Texas. (Sealed proposals, in duplicate, will be received u to the first (lay ol Marco, 1867, lor the purchase o 76 acres ol iano, more or less, together witn tb LuLdings erected thereon, and the appurtenance appertaining, that is to sav : One Tannery, containing twelve stone lime vab filty-two wooden vat-, seven stone pools, aud capabl of tanning I6.C0O hides per annum. One tem Saw Mill, capable of sawing 8000 fee ol lumber daily. One tmall btone Building, Ihe above pioporty is situated about two miles above ban Antonio, on the ban Antonio river, and tbe water is conducted to the establishment by a race ol hewn stone, laid in cement. Ihe land was purchased and improvements rmde by tho late so called I onfederate Government, and are estimated to have cost $160,000 in gold. Ihe propeity has been under loa-o tor the yeai 1666, at a monthly rout ot $500, payable in advance A secured title in fee simple will be giveu by tly Um ed Btates Government. Proposals will be marked. "Proposals for Goveri mcnt Tannery and Saw ALU," and addressed to J Ti. KIDDoO, JV'tMaj.-Gen. AestCc"'n, Bureau It. F.-and .. a'veston. Texas. 7m PROPOSALS FOR NEW JAIL.-Di.PART nwnt oi the Interior. Washington, January 21, 1807. Sealed Proposals will be received at this Depart ment until 12 o'clock M., on MONDAY, the 4th ot March, 1867. tor the erection ot tne Jail in and ior the District of Coinmbia, author zed and provided for by tbe aot of Congress approved July 26, 1866. The designs, detail drawings, and specifications can be seen at tbe architect's office, in the eastern grounds ol the Capitol, Washington city, everyday, except Sundays, between tbe hours ol 9 A, M. aud 8 V. Al , on and alter the 28th instant. fcepaiate bids will be received for the masonry work, brick work, iron work, and carpentry work 1 he contractor whose bid may be accepted vjlll be required to enter into a sufficient bond, to be ap pioved by tbe Secretary of the Interior, tor the laithiul completion ol bis contract. Payments will tie made as the work progresses, on estimates certf lied to by the architect, but twenty per centum o Ihe estimates wi I be retained until the contract l completed, Ibe contract will be awarded to the lowest re sponsible bidder, but the Department reserves til right to reject any or all ot the bids, should: be deemed ior tbe interest ot the Government t do so. The bids will te opened at noon on the 1th o. y arch next, iu presence of such ot the 'bidders as msy cboofe to attend. Proposals shou a be endorsed on the envelope ' Proposal for New Jail," and be directed to the "Secietary ot the Interior, Washington . V C ." O. H. liKOWMNG, 1 26 e6t Secretary of the Interior. PROPOSALS FOR CONTINLING DELA WARE BREAK. WA1 Ell. liMTiD STAikS Engineer Office, ) No 209 8 Sixth Street, .rwxnuYA I'a .Innnarv Hi 1HIi7 I rHILi'P' ' m , j , Sea'ed I'ropoea s, In duplicato, with a copy of tols advertise ireut atlached to each, will be received at this oUice until the 23d of February, 180., for the abor necessary to put in position about sixty-seven tnou'"nd dolars 07,000) worth of Stoue at the Delawaie Broakwater. Four-iitths oi the stones a'e to be In Irregular b ocks each ol from two to five tons or thereabouts in weight j one-filth in blocks ot less than two tousj liddnerVtodlurnish Ihelr own machinery, boats, huovs etc. aud whatever may be requisite to re teivl snd put the rtones in place. Tile woik at ah time.' to be suoject to rigid inspeo iinn Lv tbe Engineer and bis agents, and not to b tisid lor until approved by him or them. a deduction ol 16 percentum on partial payment will le nade until tho completion ot a'l the labor 1 he labor ol putting the stones in place to com m nee on or about tbe 15ib ot May. ana to be com nlo ei i by tbe 16th of September, 1807. Bidders will state in their proposals the rate o abor per ton of 2210 lbs. at which they wl l putii ulsro the t tones de.ivered them at the Breakwater. Each bid must be guaranteed by two responsio'o persons, whose signatures should be appended to the guarantee, aud who thould be cor titled to as teiug good aud sufficient security by the United fcjiatcs District Judge, Attorney, or Collector, or other public officer. 1 be ngh to retect any or all bids is reserved. Envelopes to le indor.ed "Proposals lor Labor lor Delawaie Breakwater." ,. Bids will be opened at 12 o'clock M , on SAiu tt DAY. ihe 23d oi February, 1807, and bidders are invited to be present. For lurtber particulars, apply at this office. C. KEAfOKTU srEW ART. 181ttftt)12t MsJo?ol jfc)jt'sandBvtLt.-Coi. PROPOSALS "OKOVOSAL OK Altai TRANSrORTA. nuN. CUAltTaRJg AgntR-GKKEHAL'S OFFICK, ) vy ABHIHOTOH, u. , , oannary in iro.. I Ht a'fd ) ropoals will be rocoived at lhao(ne until 12 o'clock M , on the 2Hth of February. 1807, foi the transportation ot Military Supplies, during: tie year commencing April 1, 1H67, and ending! March 81, 1808, on tho fol owing loutos: KOUIK No. 1. Irom Fort McPberson, Nebraska Territory, or such parts ss may bo determined upon during the year on the Omaha branch ol tbe Union I'aciho Railroad, west of Fort cl'herson or troin lort Latamie, Dakotah rerntory, to such po-t or riepots as tro now or msy be established in tno Territory of No braska, west of longitude 103 deg., in the Tentrorr ol M ntaua, south ol latitude 40 Cog , iu the ierrf tory oi Dako ah, west of longitudo 104 dog , In the Icmtrrv ot Idaho, outh oi latnudc 44 deg, and east of longitude 114 dejr , and in the Territories of Utah aid Colorado north of latitude 40 .'eg , in eluding, if necessary, Denver City. KOUIK No 2. From Fort Blley, Mato ol Kan a, or such point ss ma; be dctrrm tied npon during the year on Jie I'nton 1'aoific Ksilri ad, E. D.. to any posts or depotn that are now or may be established in the rotate of Kansas or In the 1 rntory of Colorado, south ol 10 drgrrer, north, and to Fort I'nton, Nw Mexico, or other d(Tot;tliat may be designated in that Ter ritory, and to any other point or points on vha route. ROUTE No 8. " From Fort Union or such other depot as may b established In the territory ol New Alexico, to any posts or stations that are or may be established in that territory, and to such posts or stations as may te designated In the Territory of Arizona,, and in tbe Mate of Texas west ol longitudo 104 degiee. , . RODTE No. 4. ' ' From St. rani, Minnesota, to tuoh pofts as ar now or may be establisbed in the Slate ol Mlnueeoin and m tnat portion ol Iakotah Territory lying east of the Missouri river. 'ihe woight to be transported during the rear -win nottxeeed, on Koute No. 1, 80,1X10,000 pounds; on Route No. 2. 20,000 000 pounds; on Iioiito No 8, 8 000.000 pennds; ana on ltiute No. 4, 8,603,000 I ounds. , - l'roposals will be made for acb route separately, llitiders will sta e tie rate per 100 pounds per 100 miles, at which lliey will transport the stores in. each month ol tLe yiar, beginning April 1,1807, and ending March 81, 18'i8. Bidders should give their names tn full, as well as their places of residence, and each proposal should be accompanied by a bond in the sum of ten thoufaud .110,000) dollars, eipned by' two o moie reepousible persons, guaranteeing; that in caw a cor tract Isawaided lor tbe route mentioned la tbe proposal to tho party proposing,-the. 'Contract will be accepted and entered .into, and good and milieu ut security furnished by said parry iu aecoro ance with the terms of this advertisement. . Ihe contractor will be required to give bonds tbe following amounts: ' ''',- , . On KcuteNo 1, 250,(00, , On Route No. 2. 200.000. " ' On Koute No. a UK),t 0O., -On Route No. 4, 60,000. 1"' Satisfactory evidence of tbe loyalty and solvency oi each bidder and person oflered as security will N required. i ....... Proposals must be endorsed ''Proposal' for Arm lrausportation on Route No. 1. 2, .8, or 4," a tb.. case may be, and none will be entertained anlexs. they lully comply with the requirements of this ad virufcmcnt. 1 he party to whom an award Is made must be pre tared to execute the contract at once, aud to eive the requited bond tor the faithful performance of tbe contract. - Toe right to rejeot any and all bids that may bfj offered is reserved. ; ? ' Tbe contractors on each route must be in read! nesa lor service by tbe l't day of A pt L, 1807, and will be required to have a place of business or aveuov at whiob be may be communicated attli promptly aud readily tor Route No. 1 at Omaha, N. T. t tor Route No 2 at Fort Riley, Kansas; lor Route No. 8 at Fort Union, New Mexico; tor Route No 4 at Baint Paul, Atipnesota, or at such other point for each of tho teveral routes as may be tudicaied as the starting point of the route. ..; Blank forms showing the conditions ot tbe con tract to be entered into for each route can be had on application at this office, or at the office ot tno, Quar tcimasterat New York, Saint Louis, Fort Learen worth, Omaha, banta Fe, aud Fort Snelltng, ' mud must accompany and be a part of the proposal. ; By order of the Quar.erniaster-iient ral. 1 iatF281 ALEXANDER BLISS, . Brtvct Colonel and Assistant Quartermaster, U.S.A. OFFICE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COM VANY. . .. - Philadelphia, February 4, 1867. Proposals will be received ut tbe Uillce or the) Pennsylvania Kuilroad Company, Philadelphia, until the first day of Muy, 1SU7, Inclusive (unless a satisfac tory proposul should be received and accepted pre viously). Irom repoiiHilile purties desiring Kxcon tract with buid Company lor the extublisliment ot a direct Line of bteuiuships between PUllaUelphla. and Liver-pe!-.... : . :.. . : .. . : . jiianK rorms or proposals, witn aetauea mtornaft- tioD, will baliirniahed upon annliontion to 27 IS 1 j.ointi.Mj Detail jj., (secretary. MISCELLANEOUS. ROBERT SHOEMAKEa A CO, WHOLESALE HKIGGISTS, ' MAU UFA CIV BEES, . ; ; 7 JMJfOJiTEJiB, : l AXD DEALERS U rnluts, Tarnishes, and Oils, No. 201 NORTH FOURTH STREET, 128 3m CORNER OF RACE. fHO ARCH STREET. GAS FIXTURES.' JJlZI CHAMJELlEKrt. BBOKZE BTATTJARY, Eto VAMUbK A CC. would resuecbully direct tbeattea tlou ot their friends, and tbe publio aenerally, to thel large sr.d elegant assortment of GA8 FIX! UHKi Cll AMlLLlEliH, and ORNAMENTAL RltOfcZFl WABEf. Those wishing handsome and thoroughly made Coods, at veiy reasonable prices, will find HUa their advautuge to give us a call before purchasing els where. H. B. Soiled or tarnished fixtures reOnlshed with special care and at reasonable pilces. 8 4 Km VAJKlKg A C OO K N EXCHANGE BAG MANCFACTOHY. JOBH T. BAILEY CO., REMOVED TO . E. corner ot 11 AliKET aud V7ATB Streets Philadelphia. 1 DEALERS IN UAUS AND BAGGING oi every description, ior Grain, Flour, Halt, Buper-l'bospnate of Lime, Bone Lust, Eto Larpe and small GUNNY BAGS constantly on hand. .-m Also, WOOL BACK.!. JqumT Bailey . James Cascapeh. QEOROE PLOWMAN, CARPENTER AND BUILDER.' No. 232 CARTER Street, And No. Ill DOCK Street. . M acbineWoik aud aim righting promptly attended to. ' si ALEXANDER O. C ATTKLL A' C.O.I 1 BOJUUCK COMMISSION Af KKCUASTfl HO) 'Hi MJH tVHAKVLS KO. 3 C?ftTHv'TER STREET, t lniLAHEIPIilA AIM AK DBBO.O ATTKLL. i M SLIJAH CATTPLL, W. I L h I A M S . GRANT, 1 U ..AumimHION MEKCI1ANT Ko. 13 8. ui-LA WAKE Avenue, PhUadelpbla, : r.unonfs Gunpowder, Ketlned Mire, Charcoal, Eto w VaVer i. Co.'s Chocolate Cocos, aud liroina. Crocser Bros to. 'a Vellow ateial Hhea biut, Bolbj sndSsbs. 124, COTTON AND FLAX, BAIL UUCK AKD CAJTVAB, Of all numbers and brands. Tnt Awning. Trunk, and Wagon Cover Duck. A. so, mr Manuiaotureis )rler Felts from one to seven Mt Jhdji raullns, belting, Ball 1 wine eto. ietW ' JOHN W. E VERM AS A CO.. P teet V LiUiUa.l Uty JSmm Ho 103 JONES Alley. ' S6S JEITH & PICKETT' COMMISSION MERCHANTS-, AMI) DFALEB8 IN WHALE, 8?EM, LAED, ENGINE, SPIN OIK. AMD x MACHINERY OILS. Also. A.ents lor Manhattan Axle Oiease Company. No. 134 South DELAWABE ATena 1 St wfm2m