LA1K ( ELUiBAUt 4W.
The citizens of Xt* Orlf*w arc holding
bi? t'isp f ,t the purp<wnl concerting measure*
l<i check the ruin ami abu?e of the credit of the
State by the through the Legislature of
ai?cofu>tit!)tk>nal meworr* and in the e*traY?i!*ut
iw ot the money and credit of Louisiana.
The ha?i?ai? Lctrisl.'ttnre j>K?ed y?sb:ritay a
eoiw rrrent r? wtritin* asking ih<*ir !Tnife | Stat*
s- n?tvi ? to ?end a certified copy of the <
Indian trenty. with it.-< amendment* to the Oorc.Mr
uf Kaibv. .m l u> prevent it* rautieati ?n
until tlie Lr|hlatiirt heard from.
Collector Bailey, of Now York, has tiled
charge* against the rt ?-k.? of whiskey of >10110
I'racey ?v Co.. H. \Ve?.*ter Si Co., anil J. K.
i:oyle A Oo.,f.?r violation of tlie revenue liws.
1 he recti:) ing house of Webftter X Co. Ium ?Uo
Captain Alfred Keal*,of the Eastern Qneen,
who arrived 111 B?eton yesterday morning, was
natantl) killed as the boat wu going into dock.
He ? a> struck by the walking beam, his head
being luaiijEii-ii in a <irc3<nui manner.
l> ui?. P. Whetmore and Esra W. Farrington,
ft-IUTfhiic liu>|*-et?>ra, hare li?n trrMtri! in
Now York.charged with having falsely gauged
over MX th<?u?:?utl gallon* of whi?key, with into?
it to drfraud the United State*.
The Vtah and Apache Indian.* of the Cimmar?n
ajjt nry, N< w Mexico, continue peaceable
The I tos are ?till imlisiwwd to being placed on
he re*er*ati?>n in Indian Territory, preferring
New Mexico, if they *ubiuit at all.
J'JoIib C. Gardner and wife, of New Tort, ac
oix-d of th?- uiuTderof ('apt. Alexander, hare
been c?'niinittet d to the tomb* to wait the result
of a cheimeal analy?i?ot the Ktomach of the supI
<>.-ed murdered man.
loiin M Adam-, of North Adams, Maaucho
setts, was parroted in the lwilding No. t? Wal
Mreet, New York, at 2 o'clock yesterday after
ncnn ami rubbed of a certified cheek for |3,0W
? i?in> to fear* of continued drought, settler
in Southern ('aliform* are looking tor pastures
further north, ami some talk of killing their cattie
tor hides and tallow.
Governor Walker, of Virginia, has commuted
to iaipri.-onment for life the Mate I ice of David
?'rawford. colored,condemned to death for rape
on a white girL
.leter Phillip*, who was to have been hung at
Kiehnwd. Vv, yesterday for the murder ot bu
wife, wiw respited antil February 25th.
loseplt Murphy, a sailor. fell from the rigging
of the Itriti.-h ship Assam Valley, at New Orleans,
yesterday, and was instantly killed.
ii i- ctirrrmiy re|?orT'-<l in Tarboro', N. C.,
il :?t I^wis Hin'f*. the iicjfrt* rewntl* hang at
that plaor for rape, has been restored to life.
The earning* of the I'tiion Pacific Railroad
i'oti[>tnj for the aix months ending I )eceiu'?er
last, itniaunted to 94,611,161.
The Government steamer Varina, which-was
MjT.k last week below Nt-w Orleans, has been
The weather ban been w warm for a week in
Kichmoml. Ya., that trees are leafing.
tlen. Jell. C. 1 >?rw ami family have returned
to San Frauciswo from Sitka.
i no i-e:ioo?iy neei nan am yea at romand.
K*-Gov. l.etchor announce* that the da
miren of thf Ute Utn. Stonewall Jackson proI??c
to erect, at ttoe Virginia Military Institute,
a mcmori:U cha|>el. "to testify the respect an<l
li<>nor with winch hi* name i* cherUhed. and to
transmit to alter generations the veneration due
to so renowne a her>>-" It is designed to make
it a "national" monument. and it w said ftf.ono
liare already been subscribed for the purpose
in Philadelphia, fJUJflQ guaranteed in >ew
York, and liWral m inscriptions made in New
Jcimt and 1 >?*Kware.
-lodge H. B. Fwtfr, of the Corporation Conrt
of Norfolk, has granted a charter to an association
of gentlemen for the incorporation of a
I company irader the name and title ot "Vued
I'huu" Company.7' It L< intended t<> be a water
ami bathing establishment, with hotels, private
residences. railway, bathing houses, Hilling
boat?. Ac.: attacked.
>n !a?t Thursday the machine shops and lot
on the caral at l>aiiville witli -'< > hone uowerof
? ater. were M>1d at public auction for S*.OrtO.
I li?- machinery belonging to the aamo brought
*4.650. making in all $12,rt50.
I>ne of the route*?and that one the shortest?
i ropmril for the Clifton Forge railroad from
l.vnrbburg. would lead under the arch of the
Dr. <i. W. Baghy has become editor of the
FoKiHiV Siwt *T Caul*?Announcements
ire ont in l.on<lon far a workingmen'ft meeting
to promote a closer union of Kngland colonies.
K irl tiri'v b- to t>re*ide. ami M<?r? ltii*ki>i ?n,l
Kroude will m.ikf speeches; Carlisle, Mill and
Ti-nnytuii exiire* ijmpatbv with the movement.
Tlie new Ci4iu|>or Oxford was Conner rated at
Westminister Abbey yesterday. The Or?>ek
Archbi.-h??p. I.TCurgns. was present. The
naiiers of Cheshire. Lancashire and North Wales
liivt struck for a reduction of the dav's work to
< l.-lit hours- The report of the resignation of
tin- Duke ef Cambridge a* Commander-in-Chief
of the Eng'.ish army is positively coutra dieted.
The preposition before the Cortes to exclude
fiom tue Spttuisli throne the House of Bourbons
ocia.-ioued an exciting debate. General Prim
I artieipated. and made a personal statement.
He denounced the proposition utyast to exclude
ail Bonrbeiis. The proposal wa? rejected by
\eas :m, nays U"?. The rei?ort that the Duke de
Montpemtier has been returned to the Cortes
from ??vei?lo was premature, as the election
there has not ended. The ICepnbliean ca'idi.utie
running against the Duke is now ah?ad,
and the defeat of the latter is considered
At the trial of Prince Bonaparte. Deputy
Gun betta Hill appear for the family of Victor
Srrcin* ?>r a School Teacher.?Io*epli
) l'auer, a ?>'Tin-in school teacher at Newark,
commit ted suicide yesterday morning in the
.?t oB<i story of the building No. 14 William
tree*. The report of a pistol wan heard, when
tlie door was forced open. He had placed the
muzzle of the weapon in his mouth and tired,
'i he rnoath and one ride of the face wan Mown
a*ay. the lip and moustache lying on a bed at
In- mi|i'. Al<out a year ago ho was <lismived
trim hut ] ?. >.t?on on account of old age, since
whteh time he has twen unsuccessful In his
rtiorts to earn a livelihood. and this is sappo-ted
to have leil him to end his life?.V. Y- Poit, 2Uk.
RITTV.R?W El!*T. On Suinlay. th? TV1 in?taat.
Mr th? K->. V. Br.md, AD\M RITTER. Jr.. or
* -' in* n l>. t . t? Mi-s BARBARA WKlST.nf
r* Mi. K<? card*.
I Kaiiu Sun and Piiila. LrfJ/t-r pl'-aar- opy.|
CALHTKLL. Ou the 2Sth in*tant. at half put 7
i r.i..CllAHI<M <>nly rhiul .>f Miwut inlMarjr
.?' Ivrli.ttnlB yar? ai?l 2 month.*.
1 fucral wJI taka place frum Unim Chapel.
?ih ttrcet aert.ou Thor?l?v. th>* 27tli irun.tnt. at 3
ovWk p. iii Tht friends "f the family an invited
to attend. *
?OOPKB <>n Tnoaday JmitrT 2S, of con?i*<ition
t the brain. ALM 1 R \, aged 2 y<?ari an 1 3
mnatha, daughter of BUhop and Sarah K.
The rrmainc will be takea to Baltimore for interr.?en?.
IIWKSJ. (hi thf 25th inxtaot. at hia rtaiiloncc,
l>l WmI ?trevt. tt?<>rg?town, J AMISS L. UWKNS,
iu th" 63d year af hiaag'V _ . , .
Ui- fun* ral will take place at 3 o clock on Thura
the 27th inotaat. *
OMtlKK. In Ueorretown. D. C.. on TaNdtr,
Jannary 2Mh. in?t.. fcoBLBT C. OSSlRB.a^rd la
rear*. 6 Hvithi and 22 ...
K> tri>r; w?? wt-ii ami itrortti; known by the
uuux m-o "I the Uistrirtu N-injj one wkAMdortlt
were aim*.- reymach, tad one whom hie companion*
< uld lo<>k to with pri.Je vi a mod-1 jnung man. He
a* m< inh^'r nf the Hri.l?e stre.-t rr?*?byterian
? inrth; ?!? >. to mte*B?d ?emb?r of the I?m
Mmi Ch r. -1)?u> AwmIuk* H- bore ku 111 da**
vrith Chri-litn f'?rlitni?*. Hi* irreparable lorn will
|.> hinrnlM by hi* n any dnr (rfrudt. farfWfll,
<:-ar K"t"-rt we will meet in Heaven! U.
The fun-rnl will take place at the residence of his
mother. No.lttl Rridse atre?t. to morrow, i Thurx.!*.
> 27th in*t.. at 3 p m The relative* ant friend*
. i the family ?r? reapactfnlly invited to attend. *
UK'HARD r. HABYET. ALOMZO A. VAU.
HARVEY * MiKR,
Ho. 335 w 8tbeet,
between Kiuth tad Tenth.
Bridal ard fi n er a l wreatuh. boVirKT!*.
t'ROj^ES. ANCHORS and STABS
I'reeerveil or tnaaflnl in Wax. AU hind* of Hair
IfiadlM 1 I Timanii III 1 ' ?il?? ...i
P. wlTj ?r,. run. l*to tflaritai 3*9 *ih ?.,
- I I Kef for H*ir W ?rfc:?Mr*. Prnefcieat
'.KANT. Mr? l u??,roo*h,W W.Gorco.
*iT. G<ii tt?n. Tompkinx. Cl??. Aiken. d?l I7
UN I) Mi MKTKOfOLlTAM HALL*
6B0IMK BATBR, Proprietor.
'*?e? rm? l?.a.loDf m The Bar to >tock<d
wvh thr Luioorn. Wioee, ud Ale*.
tMTKI> STATICS PATENT OPPh'E.
Wi?ii?6TO<i. P. C.. Juaar; 13.1K7II
I'tj th. p-tltioB Of SIMON lNUEKSULL^uf Brook'*r..
N T praying for the riknuog of a Mbtt
n anted t>> h<m or th? 1Mb day of April. lliM, lor u
iu pr..?.m~nt in IIaT m<l Cotton Priwn:
It in i.r i?-r**l that th# tMtimouy in the CM* ba
rk?Pd .? th- L'-th day of March aexl; (hat th*
t*e f.,r Hi,arirnroenta and th* Kiamlner* report
1? JiHitrd to th?- ?th <lay of March nwxt, and that
"Ml petition be heard on th? *nh day of March next.
Aay prnva may oppnae thi* dimkIoi.
BAMI'EL 8. PI SITE E.
ja V uw^w l nMii?lna?r nf faUnf.
Afla> in Wall str ?t?re ?e-*y qaiet aad all
the marketa rrpiv ntt 1 at the Stock Eicfcaog*
daKtate of iiter?ttaf tanrt> Tk* mrmer
rn ?rk? t ml, ,-xtrrnw-lT ca'f at Sand t p?r rent,
ee pledge of acvrp<BMe ronsteral, tke gorerni.
e,a i.t-aji r> ref -ing large kalaacee at the
1 wrr r*t*. nrt.l mcwrttng the aa V>? as 4
nrr rent, though wnio loans made at the fall
1 'ifnl rut' uti'l n-waln nn<Hstnrbed. The e**e in
cal" ) a ? ?? r<*:l< ct#*l a ?h?- activity ia diacoaita,
mil rrsi e .--!?c<e taneea finding ready sale
at . |n.r cent with no transactions above 10.
Washt?oto?, .fan. JC, 1*71??Jay Cooke Jk Go
furnish the t'olluwnig quotation* of UoTeramcnt
IT. 8. 6 s, 1881 '!l 17* *m*
Five-twenriea, li?3 .115* U?
Five-tw? ntiea, 18M M.1*| ' 115*
Five-twenties, n?8 * > 115* 115*
Five-twentfc**, .Ian. and July,*65. .114'^ 111*
Five twiiUw, .lan. and July, *?7.. 114% 111*
Ki*Hwntl?, .Ian. and Jnly, *68..114* 114*
Ten-fortit* 112* 112j|j
?W t< RK? rilOT RAABD.
U.?. fi'K. 1SS1 11*\ 5-20??. Jn?-fT.ir.. 114\
.V2"'?. 1*3 US* 5-*>VJnAJy,'68..114X
VarCs, lw?4. 115\ H n-fortiee 112*<
1MK5. 115* >*>ld 121*
5-2ft'a, -I ni&.Jy .'ft1!. .114*
[ Ay Btmkert,' Broknrt', and Commercial TAnrt rf
Lewi* Joba?on & Co. quote stocks and bon U
u HUUK ?itu ivicigll laWKCIK ? lUIIOifC
Nkw You, Jan. 26.? Kint Board?U S. fi'f,
1X81. coupon, 118\'; 5-20'g, 1862, coupon. 113\';
V-jfl'n. 1M'4, coupon, U5,V? 5-20's, 1X65, coupon,
1 ; R-fV. n<-w, l^'.i, coupon. 114*4; VJD's. I8S7,
coupon, 114jj; 5-2<>'s 1868, coupon, 1I4\; 10-4<?'?t,
ou|K>n, 112i; Currency t5'i?. Hi)Cant'tn, 55s<;
Cumberland, Quicksilver, 14j(; MaripoM,
8^; do. prefd. 17 ^; Western Union Telegraph,
\ Boston Water Pewer,17?t; PacificMail^W
New York Central. 96k; Erie, 22?; Erie prePd,
40; Hudson. 91 w; Beading, 9*k'; Michigan Central,
112k ; Michigan Southern, 84Illinois Central,
137 ^; Cleveland and Pittsburg, 91;
Northwest, 73; Northwest preferred, 88 S1
run n ajrnc, ft ; a lion ana rerr# uauto,
Toledo and Wabash, M Chicago and Alton,
IU^; Chicago and Alton prefd, 145; Ohio and
Mifleissippi certificate*. 26; A damn' Express,
Wells' Express. 20^; American Express,
XI u; United State* Expreas. 51Merchant*'
I'Dion Express, Market strong. Oold,
1.0WD0JI, .Ian. 26, l p.m Consols, Tor money,
!*2\; Consols, for account. 92<<. Bonds, '62, ? > ;
M. "H; Illinois, 103U;
Erie, lijfc; Atlantic, 25lf. Stocks quiet. American
Pari*. 1 p. m?Rentes from at 73f. 72c.
Liverpool, 1 p. m.?Cotton market buoyant
and firm. Sales will reach 15,000 bales. Middling
lTplan?ls, ll*all\; Middling Orleans.
The Markets Ta-Day.
TeUgrmpked Kzdutivlj to The Evening Star.
Raltimdbk. Jan. 26.?Cotton tlrmer at 25 W.
Flour active; Howard Street, superfine, ft4.75a?5;
do. extra, *5.:>5a*?; do. farndy, ?6.25a?7. City
\| ills ni.a^i.o "-OK "?r. -J- ? -
|>v* itu< . i o, ii". cAtri,
ilo. family, S7a**.73; Western superfine, W75*%5;
<lo. extra, S&.2-">aS5.75; do. family, S6.25aS6.75.
Who*t steady. Maryland 1-J>a.?l.i5; Pennsylvania.
*1.27. Corn active: White, *la*1.02; prime
yellow, 96c.a9H<?. Oat* steady at 54a.V>c. Hve
dull and lower, at 98afl7c. fork, quiet at S2:>,50.
Karon tirm. Rib sides. 16 !fal6)<; clear do.. 17.e;
shoulder* 13 Val3\c.; hams, 20c. Lard, quiet at
17al7 . Whisky heavy, at SlaSl.01Nkw
York, .Jan. 26.?Stocks steady and firm.
Money easy at 6a7 per cent. Exchange, long,!?i^;
?hort,}\. Gold,21,\. B-aO's, 1862,coupon, 15^.
Virginia 6*8. ex-counon.55: new. ?I. Nurik
liiiss, old, new, 24 V
Nk* Yohk, Jan. 26?Flonr dall and deeluiing.
Wheat dull and one cent lower. Corn
quiet and unchanged.
XT' A youthful clergyman, addressing a Snndsy-*chooi
in Springfield, Ohio, last Sunday, said
th?re were two ways to sj>ell lie?1-i-e, was one
way, and f-i-b, lie," was the other way; when a
1 tile boy in a back seat piped out in a shrill
voice, That's a fib,"' much to the discomfiture
of the youththfnl clergyman.
WE RESPECTFULLY INVITE ATTENTION
to the LARGEST mi-1 MOST BEAUTIFUL
ASSORTMENT of CLOCKS and BRONZES ever
exhibited in thin market.
ALEX. B. SHEPHERD ft BROS.,
ja S-lw 910 lVnDsylttnit avenue.
KIDDEK * Mr LEAN,
411 Seventh STREET, N.W
(Sneeemors to D. E. Irvine.)
irraicni id larVKtLl) and DOMESTIC CIGARS,
CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCOS,
SNIFFS. PIPES, Ac., Ac.. Ac.
Sati.yfarlton (iuarnntied. dfetT ?olin
Navy paymaster s orrick,
Wa.-HIXgToji, D. C., January 25,1870.
Scaled Propc-als. to !>< endor.-)ed * PropoeaM."
will l>e received at this office until 12 in, the FIRST
SAY or FEBRUARY. 1XT0, for th? following artim,
vhkh must be of the very beat quality, to b#
deliv cred fre* of expense- and Government tax at the
Washington Navy Yard, and ?ult)ect to the usual
inspection thereat, to wit:
Bttr'au e. mMTurtin* and Repair.
2 4'a?t Iron Cable Bittn. Brown's pateut.
JJiolh. pr"W(l Iron Spike*, to be delivered within
W(Ujri> from date of contract.
7-M Inch Round Iron, to be delivered within
lo day* from date of contract.
bureau Yard$ and Uorh*.
2^<'> U*. pure White Lead, in oil.
RMders mu?t state in their bid* the time within
which the articles can be delivered. Descriptive
m hcdnle with particular* to be seen at thin office.
Responsible security required for the prompt and
tai:hfiil -lelivery of snpplie*awarded. In conformity
with stipulations on the blank form* for bids, to be
niui a* una office, otherwise in.i- will nf?t l.e entertaine.l.
jM3 ]t Paymaster u. 8. Navy.
Proposals for purchase of rifled
b' real' or otdna sce. Navt Dfpaktme^t.^
Washing ion City. January t. 1S7U. \
Seal>-<1 PropoeaU for th? purchase of )) p->u:i<i>T
and 3> pounder Parrott Rifle*, with Carriage*. Implement*,
awl Pr. >j?rtil?*H. D<>w on hand in tVale naryyarita
at Port?niouth. N. II.: B>?tou,N*w York,
Philadelplia, W'aehinKton. and Norfolk, will be re
ceived at tbi* Bureau until 12 o'clock uoou, JANUARY
la ilie aggregate there are about .130 gun5. .IM car
ruge*, aii<r^6.lo7 projectil"*. Schedule* iu detail of
the ai ticle? at each yard will be furnished on Application
to thi? Bureau.
Bidders will Mate the number of gun*. carriage*.
iniplenH tita. and project ilea th*-jr desire to purchase
at eat-h jnrd *ep?rate|y, specifying tb? naliberof
i ;^ i * -- l_i ?v. ???* ' -
huh. k iim mibuit. ?iKturr unnuuuti vr pivut,
ami tlie kind of pryrtilw.
The gun*. Ac., will he delivered at the respective
nuty )ard*. and imi?t h?> removed hy the purchaser
or i-nrchssers within ten days after the acceptance
of his or their bid. B?t no d<-liveriea will made
of any article until tin- p?rti>*? purrhmine shall have
d'-poeited with the paymaster of the navy-yard the
fim an-oiint of the porcha*" money ' ? each case.
M iii) of tlic *un? ar- new, and all *r? serviceable.
BiiU'-rn will therefore offer acordini^ly. Mo offer
for tht*e articles aa old iron or w<ah1 will b? cousidfml.
1 he Bnreaii reserves the right to rejert any or all
bid* which it may n-<t consider to the iuU-rtot <A tlx
Unfenwrnt to accept.
Proposal* shonld he Indorsed on the envelope
"Fropoeal for Purchase of Rifle Cannon. Ac."
A. LUDLuW CASE,
)?& 2aw3t Chief of Bureaa.
NATIONAL LOAH UFFICK, ms Mk nr?M,
near Pennsylvania avenue. ROBERT FULLER
A CO. advance money on Binds, Stocks, ao4
It...I F.i.t. v.? ? n 1. m?
?- ? TfWVUQV* 1/IJ WMWi u Ui
niture, Piano*, and all kinds of Personal Property.
N. B.-Tha highest cub arte* Mid for the MUM.
Or# wry day except gotten frmn I k. d. to I
9. . wi-ir
j| I A D T 1 B |
CHKOXIC VIS EASES
Of Lone Bunding and the Moat Aggravated Character
Cl'BED WITHOUT MKDIC1NB.
PB. KAKTKS. Dynamic Physician, having, on
ard'Ont of the l?ri<" number of his patient* in
Washington, decided to remain in the city all winter,
haa removed his ofllce from the St. Cloud Hotel
t?> hi* reaideuce, Mo. 130# O Kr**ti between 13th
rhn>aie Cases made a speciality. Blindness, Deafnes?.
Bronchitis. Incipient Consumption. Lnas of
Veice, Stammering. Paralysis, Piles, Neuralgia,
Kht umatiMi, HwoUen or Viminishiad Limbs. Mar
\ ui Debility, Female Wetknt-M, aud mauy other
d! >??? ocreeefully treated.
The attic ted. aad the pablic generally, are invited
to call and satiety thaueeWie aa to the wonderful
?***&* tuu 01,1 -? elar?.\\%vPrD"
^'vnIuTALLEU REM Kit Y,
TUB KING OF ALL PAIN,
TO, QMAT bIMS.K?Jl ^HfJxiEUU.
Cnagk* aad Aolp*, jfew aod'Arm,
Cramp* and Ch.Jic, Cholera Morboa,
ImAmmmMob of U* KAtevr*.
Pllea, _ Burtu, Foal Stomach,
and nu^Mhtr MmmwmmI iliaenUof the houi
It UaDiui^Uc.caringdiaeaeeaof the Kidoaya aad
Bladder. It i< a Tonic aaoraNiat. (ItIuh ap
petite and invigorating the ijitiai. lt la alHapbor
tic, cauaing jerapi ratio* aad allaying fort*. It la
an KiMctwant, ?cta| o? m?Lii|Ii im |QM ill
Throat and Lang dlaeasee.
Thfr? ia not a pain or ache, bottom or inflammatory,
bat that the King of all Paiai will relieve, and
in nii*t instance* entirely core. It ahoald alwava be
amal b?f<>ra any other remedy ia tried, for it ill tost
certain ia every com to fee the wly jhiac
"d,SlICl,H CKHT8 rrt BOTTLB.
Bold by all Diaggiata, Apothecaries, ana Doalart
""VIT-..OWI. * BR I).. Bole Proprietor*,
?U-a><NW Whtil*? In Pmffrlt IUltii>ra,M4.
andbkw J. joyo* * CO..
CAKK1AUK MAMUrACTl'KKSa, QKIWf
477 ud 479 r owfontli rtTMt. ,W-1"
RKFAlUiMti la aU iu braachaa.
All l arrta*'* UJt fm WIN m CM?<l>
*io? art Mmnl. _
Agent*for br^??rtCo.,(tf Broom trMtjriftk
DT WB. L. WALT- * CO., A?irt?on*rt,
New Ms?rb! Bnildia*.
8tit No. 900 k 902 kjut'i cor. P*. a*. aai *th ?t.
P1KK UtoilUIN WOOD ASI??LA8M. MOW
KIKH. r !!NIT: !!!.. ?'? TlTNO
BRNCH. < oI NfhKS. ABU CO?FSK LINK I)
BAR AT Al'CTlON.
On TUITR*D\T MOttflSC, January
E$51j77rti. l^TP, connncncins af W o'cioefc, w? will
within our r<|'?''?>?s ?r?'ev>?oun a lot of
^^^" ( iv?erie?. Kurimure, Ac #pn:imi In part,
nior?.? k? as? LigroKt:
But r"U Suasr. bra'nls
B.>rr-1? W lii'-kie.-". bnndiM, Oins
*vhi-k>. cherry Win* aul Port Winn
Fi"? B^r, corp'T-linM
S:ar?-h. Pei.*?r. CuanM Vriti?.?, Ar
C winter*. Table*. Sb*U in*
Tailor* Cutting Bench. Reflector*. If., Ac.
Wairnt Chamber Suits
Wnltnl Pe.rlnr !*tiit? in Re-nan*! Hair Cloth
B?dBureau*, f'bair*. Table*
Hair ;tn>t Shuck Mu V e*
.. urges, W ;?ntrobe?
( ott>v? Chamber Suit*.
3 Sftu S^njrle Harness, A?.. Ac
WecaH *p-?cial attention to ilaalors and o'.hfri to
the nh?*e sale.
With many oth?r article* in th* Hoqanlceoniag and
<;n*?*rjr line, ail t>f whirh will be nold without rewrvo.
lt_ WM. L. WALL A CO.. A?cU.
|?Y WM L. WALL A CO. A UOtioueerrf. I
U. K M AES1I AL'8 MALK.
?afrv Iti tirlU" of a wiit uf H'rifufiMiiiuM
aBCafr id the Clerk'* Offlc* of the Supreme Court
III w" 'of the District of Columbia, an'l t > m directed,
I will *"11 *1 public Fale. tor e-l?V lit t*
Ruction stnn of Win. ?. Wall a Co., au*llongerh.
on 8ATUBPAY. the 5th day ot February IS70,
at 11 o clock ft.
1 Piano and 1 Writing Do?k.
and levied upon a-< the g >ods ind rhattn|? of
Acgu?tine Chester, and will be m?ld t<? n.Uiafy execution
No. 6.It*, in favor of Jameit Towle*.
AI.KX.HHABP, U.S. Marshal. DC.
ja*} dt? Per WM. L. WALL A C?T7Anrtn.
BY GBEBN A WILLIAMS,
A?rtionwr? ?nH RamI
Mo. isI6, southeast cjrmer of 7th and B tin.
HANDSOME ROSEWOOD CAS* PIANO, TINE
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITES, EXTEN
SION TABLES, CROCKERY, Ac.. AT AUC
On MONDAY, the 31st Inst.. at 10 o'clock
0593*. m., we shall sell at House No. lHl*J,on
111 tl 'Uiitrwtiinrth. kctwwn 14th and l.'ih *tv
west, the following Furniture. ?i* :
Handsome Rosewood Case Piano, 7** octavs, in perfect
order; maker, WnA. Knnbi*. of Bal'imore
Hand??nie Own Parlor Snite in Gothic style
Two Mar hie-top Centre Tablet, fine Walnut Whatnot
Haireloth Sofas, Chairs an<l Bru*?ltt Carpets
Three-ply, Ingrain and other Carpets
Three Marble-top Chestnut Chamber Suites, with
U I 1?
n n I u 1 'utb iirnri J IlfW
Hair, Cotton top and other Mattrpftwo
1'UnkrtH. Comforts. Window Shade* anil Cornice
I'arli r liailiaior ami Chamber Stove*
Crockery, ami a lot of Kitchen Koiiuiiites.
;a 2u-d GREEN * WILLIAMS, Anrt?.
BY C. W. BOTKLBB, Auction.-?r,
ihuoc ??.>r to J. C. Mcliuire A On.)
Corner of Penn. avenue and 10th street.
TRUSTEE'S SAL* OE~VALl!ABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY ON THE WEST SIDE Or liiTH
ST KKKT WEST, BETWEEN M AMD N STS.
MIty Tirtue of a deed cf trust bearing ?lati> on
the 31*1 day of December, A. D. IS&J, an'l duly
recorded on th? 4th day of January. 1389, in
l it.. T an.l It v.. <: r?ll.. ** -?1 V... J! -
? ?? **" ?? ?u'i uj iniH.uim
< f on? of tlie parties ?r<ctir?v1 thereby, I will tell, at
public unction. on the prctnitca, on WKDNKSDAY,
thi-Utbdnyof Kel.ro:ir> , A. D. 1870. At 4 o'clock p.
ni., allot Lot |f?tt< r?*i| "A," In (Jilw* Ityr-r* *ubdi\
isi -n f s<iunr numbered two hnadred and ofghtjrt>
rn<-(2S1). !>m th* t<?nie i* ri-cordrd tn Lib?T N.K.,
wiio M'J- in tno surveyor notfice of Washington city.
J>i>trict of Columbia, with Improvement*, consisting
of a two story Krame Hnw>. said lot fronting ZTt feet
on 12<h afreet, by a depth of 15.'. feet lla iin lies, to a
;?lfoot paved alley. This is a tnuat desirable property
Terms; S2.(?0 ca*h; and the remainder in 6,12. and
1* months. & It*' down w'len the prupi-rty is strivk
off. Stamps and coiivyaneirifr at purchaser's i->at.
.lOSflOA WHITNKY, Trustee.
ja26-eota |Rcp| CH AH. W. BOTELBR. A art.
BY~UREEN A WlLLIAMh,
An?-tloneer* and Real Kstate Br^Verf,
No. 4*46, Soutli?a?t corner 7th and D ?tra*t*.
HANDSOME FRENCH Pl.ATk MIRRORS.
RliSKWonD PARI.OR SCITK. MARBLE TOP
CENTER TABLE*, BLACK WALNUT ETE
GERE, DAMASK AND LACE CURTAINS,
WALNCT CHAMBER NCITKS, VALVET.
UK I MIKL.S. THREE PLY AND INURAIN
CARPETS, EXTENSION TABLES. CHOCK
titY, MATTRESS. A< ., AT AUCTION
On WEDNESDAY, the 2j day of febmiry,
U4. 1-Cu at 18o'clock a. in., we shall sell, at Houw
No. .<(>, on Missouri arenn . betweea .'VI an4
| I 14,'i mreels, (beinx the late re-idencn of J*. Nor*
ni'-nt, Emj.,> the following (roods, *i?:
Handsome rmu-h Plate Pier Mirror, with Slab an<l
Handsome tlrecn Pln*h VelTet Covered Ros'wood
Frunc Parlor Snite, con*i?ting of twi T-t? aTete
S?.fa?. two Carter and lour Hide Chaif 1
Blark Walrut Rtejrere, with Mirror Back
Black Walnut Marble-top Outer Talde*
Four Datn?sk and Lace Curtains with Cornice
Velvet, Brittuls, Three-ply and lugrain aud other
Bln k WaJiiiit Marble top ? hamper Snltei
C tta*e Bedsteads. Wardrobes, Dressing Bureaus
Mattress, Feather Pillows, fine Blankets and Comfort*
Walnut Extension TaMes and Cane Scat Dining
Window Shades, Hall Oil Cloths and Hall Set
Pailor. Chi mber and other Stoves, Crockery, Glass- I
And a lot of Kitchen Requisite*
The Hour" la for rent, containing seTenteen rooms.
Inn .lire on tlie premise*.
ja a; d UKK1N A WILLIAMS. Aucts.
BY GREEN k WILLIAMS.
Auctioneers and Real E?ta?e Brokers.
Mo. 319, Southeast corner 7th and O streets.
TRUSTEE SALE OF A~UOOD FRAME llOCSE
AND LOT. FRONTING ONOSTREET NOttTII.
BKTWKKN SECOND AND^HIKD STKKKTS
WK8T, AT AUCTION.
MOn TUESDAY, the 18th day of Jannary, A.
D. loio. 1 Khali sell, in frout of the pr-nni^es,
at 4 o'clock p. lu.. by Tirtue of a deed of tru*t,
to the subscriber, bearing date th?4th ?l?y or Stpriber.A.
D. MJ?, and 'laly recorded in Liber T and
No.3. fslioSW, ete.,0110 of th? Innd rword* for
the comity of Washibgton, in th<- District of Oolniubia.
the following named property. lying and being
in the City of Waehinpton, District alornai.l, Tir:?
ran <>i uui mi. in,i hi ?|iiare no. nve htimlpM
ami fifty-oiie.l?eKiiining fur tli" Mine at the southeast
ci rnerof hiii't Lot. miming thence went fifty (30) feet
-ii i> xireet north; thence ?i?n- north two hundred and
ten (*h" feet to a thirty (.W)feet alley: thence due east
fifty <:u)lWt. iiiKl thence duo *>ntli two haudr'-d and
ten (210) fret to the place of beginning; containing
lu-'WJ *<|i!nre feet of ground, iiioro ur Ktw. with thj
ltnproV' ir ntii.
Terms Oue-half cash; balance In' 6 and 12
months, the purchaser to (jive note* for the deferred
pavui?uU, bearing interest fpun day of sal* an>l secured
l>y a deed of trust on the property. All conveyancing
and skimps at font of the purchaser,
. lm to be paid down wh?n th? property is sold, an4
it th? terms are n?t be complied with in five days the
lnwrn nwrTH me ru in 10 rwii me property at
thr> risk aud coat of the defaultiug purchaser, by
dvertiMUg tli? stun-* three tim ?.
JOHN H. JOHNSON. Trustee,
ja 6-eoAd* GREEN & WILLIAMS. Aucts.
mj- THK ABOVE H.\TK IS POSTPONED I'MTIL
T( KSDAY iK'Xt, tb? Ktli ln?t., at the same
lnnir and place. By ordorof the Truttee.
jaia-roAd* GREEN * WILLIAMS, AucU.
WTI1E ABOVE MALK 18 FURTHER POSTPON
Eli L'NTIL V R1DAY, the 3Hh iastaat, name
hour ;?n<l By order of the Trusti*<*.
It OKKKN * WILLIAMS. A net*.
BTRWRjU L A T1M E R? Auctioneer*,
(2>iirc<-se<Wto J as. 0. MrGuire A Co..)
Southwest comer Pdub. avenue and 11th at.
LNIMPIioVEI) PROPERTY ON THE CORNER
Oh 3d STREET CAST AND M STREET SOUTH,
" NAVY YARD. ATAUCTMN.
SUn MONDAY AFTKRN<>ON, January 31?t.
1870, ?t 4 o'clock, on the pr?ntia<Mi. wo ahnll sell
Lot No. 3, in ftqotrt No. MM. having* trout of
27 teet, and running back IM feet HS incite*. Then*
are two Mi untie* on the property, which will bo Bold
with it. Termacarh.
ja2& dAds COOPER A LATIMER. Ancts.
BY GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneer'!.
No. 319, aoutheaat corner 7th and D atreeta.
VALUABLE BUILDING^LOT. FRONTING ON
B STREET NORTH. BETWEEN 1ST STREET
EAST AND DELAWARE AVENUE, BEING
NEAR TUE CAPITOL GROUNDS, AT AUCTION.
A On TUESDAY, the 1st day of ftbrnirynext.ii
o'clock, p. m., we "hall aell,on the premium,
purt ot Lot No. 4 in Square No. ft^teinir W feet
front by 110 feet deep, making ttrat clua property for
private readeocee. W ill be sold to the highest bidder
mar i tKrvit t ronurwa
T>rm??Cash. All conveyancing and rmnne
tamps at the coat of the purchaser. #100 down uu
day of Hale. GBKBN * WILLIAMS.
jaS&dti (Chmn.l Auctioneers.
BY COOPKB A LATlMiB, Auctioneers,
< Successors to J a*. C. McGulro A Co. J
Boathwnt corner Penn'a avenue and lltb street.
NEABLY NEW HOU8KHOLD FUBNITUBE,
PIANO, Ac., AT AUCTION.
A Ob FBIDAY MORNINO, January Mth, at
111 10 o'clock, at No. 609 V atreet, between Sixth
1A| and Seventh streets, north aide, at the reei|
V ldeaee of a lady declining housekeeping. we
auiui m ?w; auprnur cnurcuiin OI nuwihold
and Kitchen Vnniilai*, comprising:
One Rosewood Cm* Pianoforte
Hair (Moth Parlor Suite, wtm piece#
Mar I ile-top l>ntre TaMe. Whatnot
Nearlr now Throe-Ply and Ingrain Carpet*
One Kxcellfut Bmieli 11 aH Carpet
Walnut and Mahogany Chamber Puruitnre
Five nearly new Painted Cottage s*?t?
Walnut and Painted Wardrobe*
Looking OtaSaHi Window Shades
Hair and Hash Muttrewe*, feather Bolfter Mi
Walnut antl Oak Bxtension Dining Table*
bide Table*. Uinta Chair*
China and Ulaex Ware, Oilcloth and Matting
Mt<-wart'? Cooking Stove, Complete,"coat #!*)"
Kitchen Reqni*lte*, Ac., Ac.
icimit, vuo. wvru ua liUBBt
j*25_?lAd? ^ Avtlotwefl
I* TliEKUPKKMB COURT OF TBI DISi
TKH'T or OOLUMJMA. tke JKh day at Decernwr,
Maria L. WMkta?tou>
. * -.. . > Ho. Ijm, Kqilty Docket N.
Joaeph VMhliftoB. S
Ou motion of th? rl* in tiff, by hrr amaael, A. O.
TKiMIa And VrtiiiMri Millar It < Ardnnui that th* An
ommMIappearance to b*heroin-on
or b?for? the tint mlc day occur riu forty days affter
Tse&tt&f* 9roc~** **
Tm? eoyy-T?t:-?. J. M>W8, Clw* j? 1
I Oil* 0. OOX,
?,?. OT sSirSHL?-.
BY URKKN * WILLIAMS,
Auctioneer*mi.4 Boat Mate Broker*.
No. AtC. Southeast corner ml S?r?th sad D atraeU
TirimtM mi* oiTuwimpbotbd bbvl
KXTATB. KRONTINO ON MINTS 9TREHT
M KMT. BETWBBN T AMD BOUMDABT ST8.
On WEDNESDAY. the Kth <U7 of juairr.
WA. D. 1>0. it 4 o'clock p. m., the i>ub*criber will
1 'Oer i*t public taction in front of the pretniM*.
certr-in r<"?! e?tat* in Wa*hlnjrton city, in th*
l?iftrict n' Columbia, by rirtn?* of t d>*??d "f trwt
duly record-d in Libor R M. H., No. *?, folio
12^. tic , of the Lux! B?*c >rd< of Washington
county, in the District of Columbia. Reinxpansof
I-its - and 3. in ?t|nire 3J3, U-Kiuninx on '.Hli tlrwt
west f'ighty (SO) feot from *ootnw?-*t corner of raid
e'jnnr?\ nrnl Yunning th^nc north on Mid *treet
forty (40) feet, and of th?t width to* the rear linos of
Terinc: One-third cwh; balance in *iz and twelve
n>onth?, for note* bearing interest and rcurM bj a
deed of trmo on the premise*. $100 down <>n the day
of *ajc. Convoyanclruc and rtamp* at purcUjaer s
co**. And if the term* of ?ali> are not complied
within Are dny? after th" d.iy of sale, the Trustee
nwi njr- ru'iii iw (T.ini in** pn?|n?i 17 ?i ?nt> rwi
and cost of th>- defaulting purrhkaer. by advertising
iLre>-turn s in some new r paper published in Wub
ingtcn, I). C.
('HAILKS 51. MATTHEWS. Trunin.
jal3-?v&d> GRKKN A WILLIAMS. Aucts.
IIT COOPER ft LATIMKR. Aucti>n~>rs
I * (Stirc?esors to J. C. M.-Guir? A Co.).
K.nthw.-dt corner of Penti*. avenue and ltth ?t.
LIBRARY AND PAINTINGS AT AUCTION.
On MONDAY KV EN 1NU, January iUt. Il'n. ut 7
o'clock, at nor Auction K..om?, *? shall sell the
Library and Painting* of the late George P.e-.jr.
Also, a Mahogany Slap Rack, owned and used by
Gen. George Washington.
Th<- Hooks air now on the shelves and Catalogue!
are ready for distribution.
Ti-iuis caxb. COOPER ft LAT1MKB.
jaa)-t!A'ls (liopnb.J Auctioneers.
liY Q!UWat * 1. AT! MM^Au ti 11 rs.
\ oiRi rwin u> ?rmntu \j. jncuuire ?x to.,>
Bouihwcst corner 1'enna. avenue and 11th street.
CIIANOERT SALlToF REAL ESTATE.
Mll? Tirtne <>f a decree of the 8upr?u?<* Court
of tlie pjntrlrt of Columbia. (m.<M in Chan
eery cause No. 1.1*1. lhicket H, Win. H.T?*
Vaughn et al. *?. Emma K. De Vaughn et al.. we shall
sell, at public auction, on \\ Kl>NESl?A*, the *1
"lay of )i<hruary, A. P. 1S70. at I o'clock p. ia..on
the nreniimti, the w??st part of lot l*, in s^uar-.' Na.
X'M, l>eKinninK for said part on North E street at the
northwest comer of said lot, and running thence
southwardly upon the western boundary of said lot
eighteen, a distanc-- of 1*7 feet KM* inches; thence
e sterly f artliei with said north E street, a distance
of 41 feet 1 inch; thence northwardly par;?U?jl with
the western boundary of said lot 1H, a nlstance of *1
fl-ct 1( |A? I nrhofl - thonra nawalldl "*?*?
North K street. a distance of 16 fe?t 6 inch'*; thene*
northwardly parallel with the western boundary of
snid U.t 1H, a distance of 110 feet to said n >rth K
street; thence westwardly on the southern boundary
of said north E street. a distance of 14 feet and 7 in
Chen to the ?aid place of beginning, and improvements.
consisting of a three-story Brick Dwelling
with basement, containing 10 rooms, on K struct
wi th, south side, between 9th and 10th.
Temis of sale: One-third of the purchase money to
be paid cash in hand; the residue thereof in respectively
6 and 12 months front day of sale with interest,
to I* secured by deed of trust on the property. A
d<ed given when all the purchase money is paid'
M:tmps and conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser.
A deposit of will be required of the
purchaser at trie fall of the hammer. If the term* of
sale are not complied with within three days from
the day of sale, the property will be reaold at the coit
.of the defaulting purchaser
A WtlARiT (Trustees,
jafl-dftda COOPER * LATIMER. Anct*.
IV (VintiVu a. i tntiunn * ??
I5*uu (Successors to J. C. McUuire A <\>.,)
Sontliweet corner of Pcnna. avenue and 11th at.
TRr^TKE'S SALE OF VALUABLE BUILDING
LOT ON mth STIIKET WEST. BETWEEN K.
AND L STS. NORTH.
By virtue of a deed of trust, bearing date tho
Bprtth day of May. A. D. WW. and duly recordod in
^ ?-LiN?r nmnber fi?e hundred and *ixty. (5-W.)
folio 41 et sen., one of the land records of Washington
county, and District of <V>lunil?ia, 1 will aell at public
auction,on the premises, to the highest bidder, on
MoN 1?A\ , the 7tli day of > eliruar?, A. 1>. Is7u, tt 4
o clock p. ni., all that certain piece or parcel ot
it-. ? * ? ? ... * -
umuuii Kiniaii' ami im-iuk in mo city of WuDln^lon.
in the Diitf rict of Columbia, known and deecribod
upon tin' ground plat or plan thereof as Lot liuniItcred
Twenty-seven.(27,) id DaTlilmB'i subdivision
of Square numbered Two Hundred and Forty eight,
Terms: One-hMf rash; balane? in nix and twelve
months, with interest from the day of sale; thedsfetred
i >aynient* to be secuml to the satisfaction of
the Tru-tee. All conveyancing and stamps at the
cost of the purchaser. 8100 to be paid on the day of
sale; and if the terms of sale arc not <vmiplied with
within flT? davs from the day of ale, th" Trustee reserve*
the right to resell, art the risk and cost of the
defaulting purchaser, by advertising one week in
H'Uie newspaper printed and published in Washington.?.
O. A. TIIOS. RKAllLKY. Trustee.
jaH eoids COOPER \ I.ATI >1 KK. Aucts.
DI COOPER & LATIM KR, Auctioneers,
It (Sucrc**or* to J. C. McGuire A Co..)
southwest corner Pennsylvania ave. and 11th street.
TRUSTEE S SALE OP~VALUABLE BUILDING
LOTS IN THE FIRST WARD.
By virtue of a Jml of trout, dated th? J)th of
ItwPtrcniln r, Ni, and recorded It: Liber E. C. E.,
2t>, folio 65, one of the land record# ?f Wa?hitighm
county , lu the District of ('olumlda, aud at
the rojurst of the party secured thereby, the sub
wriber will offer for saV"- at pnblic miction, on
TUESDAY, the itli day iT February, 1S70, at four
o'clock p.m.. on the premi?-s. sill those valuable
lluilding Lots numbered /7. '1J, ?>. .V), 11. TJ. il, .14, .V,
36. T7. and 'SJ, in square numbered 176, in Washinvtoii
city. In said Dmtrict, together with the right
of way over the alloy* in said aunare, on which the
said lots respectively border. The*e lots are eligibly
situated between t and >1 street*, Mew Hampshire
avenue ami 17th street, and within one /uiuare of
Meridian Hilt and the propos d site for the National
Park anil the now Executive Mansion.
Term* of sale: One-third of the inirchase mnnw to
be paid in cash, and the residue in two e>iual payments,
at 6 and 12 months, with interest. t? be secured
by approved notes andare?crvod lien. Tue
terms of sal-mu&t be complied with within on? week
after nale, or the prop* rty uiay be r,-*okl itt the rink
mid coot of tl??* flr.ft purchaser, after <.ue week's notice.
AH stamp* and ronTryanrIng at the ro*t of tho
nur< Iiiuht. *'/ '> down on ?*a<-h lot at time of wtle.
BICHARI) K. UKAWrOKD. Tnwtoe.
jafi eoAd COItPKK 4 LATIMEK. Aurtn.
| M >' K W ~ Y B K .
n. U.LEEDS A M1NEK,
I1Y. 11. LEEDS, Auctioneer,
Will wll. by order of Evcutrix, the
FIXE ART (OUXCTIOX
(>f tho Wealthy B.>*totii"?n, the l ite
THOMAS THOMPSON, ESQ.,
MONDAY, 7th 1>ay or Febrvauy mm.
(and continuing until the whole collection in dupoaed
of,) at 11 o'ri<>ck a. in. and 7 JO o'clock p. m., at
THE LEKDiS ABT (JALLKBIKS,
Not. tJlTaud ?19 BROADWAY, comer 12tli et.,
This extraordinary collection Is the mo*t extensive
aud valuable ev r offered in the I'nited State*,
VALl Kl> AT ABOUT %i0??.000,
?>D <0MP?ISI>0 NKAKLY
TWO TllOl'SAKD OIL PAINTINOS,
Every one of which wan Delected by tneir late owner
at priceo varying from a fewdollnrs to a* many ill nttMiidg
each, he !iavingmai!e the collection of pictures
the work of a life-tine. and devoted to it tlie income
of a princely fortune, until the year looO. sine*
which time no additions have boon made to the collection.
Among them arc original! by Benj. West, Sir
("ban. Karl lake, Sir Time. Lawrence, Sir Joshua
Key noble, Sir Peter Lely, ttodfrey Kneller, Allan
BaniMur, U<-orge Morlaud, Hogarth. Turner, N;wniyth,<
opley, Opie, Stewart, and otliers of the Kngli-h
School. Boucher, Dellufe, Isabey, Mignard,
lie Drcux, Diaz, Lambinet, Baron, anJ others of the
Kmich School. Schldonl, Uuerclno, Tenters, Van
Ostade. /uccarelli. Van Dyke, Ac. Also a large
number of the most celebrated artist* of the l.Mli,
torn, ana kiii centuries. Mien as Titian, Uubcitx.
Jord<Kiii<, llonthorft, and others, *mt' of whicli are
unquestioned orinin:il?. and as Mich will excite an?l
repay attmtlon of art connoisseurs from every ?ectiou
<>f this country and Europe.
3U0 Portraits uf J)i*tiitKUuhed Amettcnnf.
Also, early works of men now fiuuonx, such us Sully,
lnman. Bierstadt, Dnrand, Brown, Peale,
Louahty. Birch, Hart, and nearly every one known
ten years ago.
The collection will be told entire, (no pictures
haviuff l?wn addt-d or taken from it,> and without re
B' i " "I iiuiitauou, |1? H"B- i II* ''BMUOt AI will OH on
exhibition on and ?ft< r M'lXDAT. January J4tli. at
the LEEDS' AKTUAELKBIE8, Now.HIT andS19,
and at the extensive Galleries t3I Broadway, near
12th ntre?t:New York.
Catalogues (over luo paget.)are nowrwuljr, and will
be sent to any address on receipt of 25 cunts by the
auctioneer. ja 8-Jw
H~ PAKKKR HOL'SlT
rCKIN'8 CEI.EBBATED SOUP, Ac.
MOCK. Tl'BTLE SOUP.
irtl Cor. 14th and F rt*.rim<l>T Khbitt House.
Aak for bo other, take ne other, sad yon will an
time, health and Boner,
ft,000 KKWAHD for aay cbm of diaeaaa 1b nay
tafe which they fail to core.
Or. KtcAam's OibUm Bahim Ho. 1 eurea Clean,
Ulcerated More Throat and Month. Sore Byee, Cntaneona
or Skin Kruationa, Copper Colored Biotchea,
Horeneaaof the 8oJ?, Scroful?, *c.:ia the rreateif
Benovator. Alterative, and Blood nriAer knowa,
remove# all diteaee from the ayatam.aad leavaa the
blood pure and healthy.
Or. HuAau'i Golden Bmbmm Wo. t e?m Mertrtrial
Affection#, Bheoaattan la all ita forma, whether
froaa mercury or other oaaaea; given immediate relief
la all eaaea. Mo <ttnHa? aeceeaary. 1 have
thonaaada of Certificate# proving the miraculona
cure; efleeted by theae Bemediea. Price of either Bo.
1 or No. S, ?5.00 per bottle,or two bottlea tor #tXI.
pleaaant and radical care for all uriBarrperanfomenu,
accompanied with Ml direction?. TrifjgSM
Or. JtKtai'i H?Mm Miiitr < radical
car* for Ntrrou or Ctonml Debility, in aldor yonac.
per Dottle, or twe Dottlot for Jviw.
L.P. W. BALCH, et al. \
Notice is hereby given to tbe creditors of the l?fe
Harriet B. Macomb to appear before m? am Thnrsday
next, 27th in.*., atl iTni., to rerify their elainu
for payment, agreeably to the order of reference la
thi. c*u*,, lleTjauuary MUJSW. ^
;?J=* to. 9. COX, Auditor.
Rl WKiPKK ft LATIMBB. Awtow*.
. . ? _ CHAWCKET 8A.LW.
Tirtn? of drcrn of the pi*"*
B? JfJ*.Pwtrtct of Colombia. b?*ri?* <a* May
*)ln. UM, (Mm* W. Wn?w and wifr vs.
*?7 ?* K~,,*SZT, I *h*ll ?U tW^rtUbk. IffaSfftr-SL?y
K<*?mrT. at public eectioe. oe
THURSDAY AKTkKN<H>N. U* ITtb d?y ot Jwi
*l * "'dock, on th? prcniiM*. put* low 12
anH LV 4?ai i Uj. itaotM on th?- com?r
of 18ik and i; -ir ?1. i ??
!>1> "'r?vt, ^'"fU ?tr*?t iiorthiTr "> rttuttod
??.? _r '-"-o ?J3y"iSf
ff^BMssaa* "?'"* >...?.!
c baser Conversncfnc and stamps at pur-chaser's
coat. |i? on each purchase at time of *ale.
COOPER A LAT1MKB.
J* I wdAd# [Intel.J Auctioneer*
BHY COOPER A LATIMER. Auctioneers,
(yncrvumni to Jain** 0. McOuir? A Oo.,)
Southwest corner Pouna. avenue tad 11th ?tr?et.
TRUSTER* HALE OPA CORNER LOT AND
DWELLING. NEAR THE WK>T MARKET.
MB, virtue of a deed of trust. dated feliro?
rj 1st. Hwi. and duly recorded in Liber R. *.
H., No. 9, folio 31o. Ac., of the land records of
Washington county. D. 0.1 will sell. at MbUc
sale, in front of the premises, on SATURDAY,
the 19th day ol January, KO. at 4 o'clock p.m. Lot
numbered thirty four. <S4.) in Square one hnaJr"-!
and seven. (107.) Iron tin* twenty-one taet on north
L street, aud running back the same width about
one hundred and fifty feet, to a paved alley, im
proved by a two-story Frame Dwelling, with l?ack
building and stable, making a very desirable b?*i
Term*: One half cash, of which |V? mu?t b*
paid at the time of sale; the deferral tnrmentu to be
niade in i<i\ and twelve months. with interest from
day of sale, and torured by deed of trufton the pretn
ises. If the terms of sale are not complied with
within five days after sale, the trustee reserves the
right to resell, after thre?- dav? notice, at the risk
and cost of the purchaser. All conveyancing and
stamps at purchaser's cost.
SAM L T. DRURY. Trustee,
ja 19-did COOPER A LATIMER, Aacta.
|)Y COOPER A LAT1MRR. Auctioneers.
*-* to J. c. MHinirw M Oo.,f
fck nth went corner of PennayWania are. and 11th it
chancery hale of valuable impr<>vki>
kkal estate immediately east or
A \ h ilt InlVI V12 tiii." vr m ii.itpi ..?
?"u v * a vi i 11 r< v . c, ii v 1 ALi 'f ^
PENNSYLVANIA AVKNUK. to TAKE
PI.aCK ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3D,
MBt virtue of a liwrw pwnnl by the Suj?re?e
Cinirt of the District of Columbia, sitting in
equity, on tin.- Mth day of January, 1*70, in
cniiwi numb* r 11M?on tho K.inity side of uij <>>urt
wherein Margaret Pirr.gerald et kl., are plaintiff*,
ami .Ihiii"? Y. Kitwrald et al , ar> defendants, I
will sell at public auction, on the premise* on
THURSDAY, the 3d day of February next, al 4
o'clock p. til., all that piece or parcel of land situated
<>n I'euusyHaiiia avenue. adjoining the United States
Hotel, in the city of War.hiuirt'<n. all that ptee?or
par ol or land known and described o? the plat or
plan of ?aid city an lot numbered ii, in reservation
Terms of Kale: Eight thousand dollar* cash, and
baUnse in three equal instalments at 3, 'J ami IS
months after the d*y of sale, wilh interest, tor which
the purchaser Khali give his promissory notes, secured
to my satisfaction. All stamps and convey an
cing at cost of purchaser. cash required at
time of sale. If the terms of sale are aot complied
with in 3 days after sale the property will be resold
at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser.
_kis h Dittni pv t...-*?
"COOfrKK ft'LAT1MEK," AacU.
jal9 3taw*ds I Rep.J
PHOTOSALS FOR BTaMPKH envelopes
Po?tOffick DrrAKTMKxr, January 10, ItfO.
Sealed Proposal* will be rec.-ired until .1 p m. on
the f.r*t day of M AK<'H, ls70. for furnishing all th?"Staiuperi
Envelope#" and "JidriptMr Wrapper#''
whirl) thin IVpartinent may re.juir>' during m pariod
ol tour years, conimencine 1st ot July. WO, vt?:
No, 1. Nolo size. 2;,. by 4?? inchett.of white paper.
N?>. 2. Ordinary letter size. 3 ] IS by 5J, inches, of
white,bull. canary,or cream-colored pap-r. or in
Mwh proportion of either as may U i?|tdM.
No. 3. Full letter ?iz<*. (angumnied on flap, for
cin ulam.) 3V l>y AH inches, of t h:< ?ame c oior? a*
No. 2. and under a like condition a* to the pr?p <rti >n
v.. i r..n inon. -r? i i- ? i ? *? ?
aiv. i. r mi iciici ei/.r>o 4 uj 'il Plllllft
col(in< as No. 2, and under a liko condition as to the
No. 5. Extra letter size, (uiiffiimme.1 on flan, for
ciiculars,)3?2 by 6'j inch"*, of sam? colors an No. 3,
aiul under a like condition as to titu proportion ot
No. 8. Extra letti-r size, S.'i l?y 6'4' inches, of same
color* us No. 2. and uuder a like con<litiou as to the
proportion of <Mch.
No. 7 official vize, 3J,' by 87? inches, of sam? colors
a- No. 2, and under a like condition as to the proportion
No. 8. Extra official size. 41, by 9't inches, of same
colors as No. 2. and under a like condition as to the
proportion of each.
6H by 9it Inches, ol buff or Manilla paper.
All the above envelopes and wrappers to be emItossetlwilh
postage stamps of snch denominations,
styles, ar.it colors, and to bear such printing on the
tare, and to be made in the most th< trough manner,
of paper of approved quality, manufactured spe
ciafly for the purpose, with snch water marks or
other devices to prevent imitation an the Postmaster
General may direct.
The envelopes to be thoronzhly and p?rf.*etly
guuniK'il, the gumming on the llap of each (except
for circulars) to l>e put on not less than half an inch
in width the entire Un?th. The wrappers to It?
Ktm.niol not less than three-fourths of an inch in
width across the end.
All envelope* ami wrapper* tnnst In" banded in
Gircels of twetity-liTe. and packed in strong mule
lard or straw boxes, each to contaiu not l<'M than
two hundred ami fllty of the letter or extra letter
size, and one hundred each of the official or extra
official sire, separately. The newspaper wrapper*
to l? packed in boxes to contain not lea* than two
hundred aud titty each. Tho Itoxea are to be
wrapped and staled, or securely fastened in strong
mini Mm paper, no ,n to safely bear transportation liy
mail tor delivery to postmasters. When two thousand
or more envelopes are required to fill the order
of a postnias*<r, the straw or pastelmard boxes containing
the same must be packed in strouff wooden
can**,'well strapped with hoop irou, and addressed;
but when less than two thousand are ntjuircd proper
lal>els of direction, to furnished by an airent of
i he Department, must l?e placed np"n each package
by the contractor, Women cases. containing envelopes
or wrappers to be transported b> water routes
n.u*i l>e j?rov iued with suitable water pr<?'tiriij. The
whole to be done under the inspection and direction
VI ? ?? Hf?vu> va (Xiv */\ I'm I Al IVII V .
The envelop ami wrappers must be furnished
Mid delivered with *11 rensonalde dispatch, complete
ill nil rospcct*. ready for iw, and in such (juiutities
a* may lx- rtiiuireil to till tit** daily order* of pn?tmasters;
the deliveries lo l?e made either at the Post
Office Department. Washington. D. C., or at the
office of uu ugenl duly authorized to inspect and re
Ceive the same; the p'ace of delivery to be at the
option of the PotltnMer General, and the coat of
delivering, a* well as all expense of pvki,.z. addressing,
labeling, and water-proofing, to be paid by
Bidders are notified that the Department will require,
a* ? condition ol the contract, that the envelop*'*
aiid wrappers shall be manufactured and
stored in euch maimer as to ensure security
flOuiiiHt lnaa hv fir** np haft Tho
must at all time* 1* subject to the inspection of
an aaeut of the Department, who will require the
stipulations of the contract to b? Laithlully observed.
The diec for eiub^sdng the postage stamp* on the
envelopes and wrapper* are to be rxecut?-d to the
satisfaction of the Fiwtmaster General, In th? best
style, and they are to be provided.renewed,and kept
in order at the expense ot the ojiitractwr. The Department
reserres the right of requiring new die*
for any Rtaaip*, or denominations of st:uups not n?w
used, and any change* of die* or color*, shall be
made wlth??t extra charge.
Specimen* of the stamped envelope* and wrapper*
now in u*e aiay he ?e?n at any <>f tlie principal post
cilices, bnt these specimens are not to be regarded a*
the *tyle and iiuiility fixed by the Department a* a
standard for the new contract; bidder* are therefore
invited to submit samples of other and different (jualitie*
and style*. including the paper proposed a* well
a* tliu manufactured envelope*, wrappers, and
boxes, and make their bid* accordingly.
The contract will l>e awarded to the l>i<ider whose
proposal,although it be not the lowest, iscwiutidered
tit/ial adpantu <ra. ,iid to tka ltanavtnuiiil falrina intn
account the prices, qnality of the samples. workmanship,
and the sufficiency and ability of the bidder
to manufacture and deliver the envelopes and
wrappers in accordance with the terms of thix advertiHiuent;
and no proposal will bo considered unless
accompanied by a sufficient an 1 satisfactory guarantee
The Postmaster General alao reserves the right
to reject any and all bids, it In his judgment the Interests
of the Government require it.
Before closing a contract the successful bidder may
be required to prepare new dies, and sulmiit impressions
thereof. Thk use of th? rassssr dibs Mat
OB MAT SOT UK CONTINUED.
Bonds, with approved and sufficient sureties, in the
mm of 83U,0U0. will be required for the taithful
performance of the contract, as required by the aerenteenth
section of the act of CxmfnM, approved
the 36th oi August, DM3, and payments under said
contract will lie made quarterly, after proper adjustment
The Postmaster General reserves to himself th
right to annul the contract whenever the same, or
any part thereof is ottered for sale for the purpose of
speculation: and nnder no riifiaaalsnces will a
transfer of the contract be allowed or sanctioned to
any party who hall b?, in the opinion of dw Pmtmatter
General, lew able to lufftll the couditions
thereof than the original contractor. The right i?
olso rweenred to annul the contract for I failure to
perform faithfully any of ita stipulations.
The number of envelopes of ailfcr?*nt aiaes.andnf
wrappers iaaued to poataaatera during the fiscal
year ended June SO, MB, waa as follows, via :
No. 1. Note ai*e-l,114,ND.
Mo. 1. Ordinary letter siae; (not beretoftira uaed.)
No. S. Full letter aiae,(unguiBnedt for circulars)?
No. 4. rail letter si?e-87 J87JW.
Xo. I. Kxtra letter atae, (oogummed, far circulars)?SttJU).
No. (.Kxtra latter aUe IJMjMO.
No. 7. U?ciaTaiaa-?4jM.
N?. 8. Extra official sine?1,790.
BidHPshl'iVd"b^ecarelT enrnloped and soalnil
marked "Proposals for Stamped Kavalopes ami
Wrappers," and addreaaed to tha Third Assistant
m.l?4F?.m. FrtoHnrtoi. IrHr*
C SOtt * WALS1,
REAL KSTATM MXCHAIfBM t BMOKMMM
Mo. IW flll'l AmPl,iwft tfte,
H-tr IZTv. wlum.
T. m. HA99CK * ?. trwis VLArVPOXD.
thk^tha rim ranrKAin oo.. ?c h*k
Ajrrro*T> rm irkcrakcrco a*
*"1. fMWHl PIRR IITRTTRMrrB CO , of
PhiH>d-l*hJ* A MI . ?1. OOO.OOO
TB* ^fRJNWPlKLD PIRR IN0PRtR<*l CO,
o! MUMcknviu A ?w*?. (ur+r? 1.0 OR.OOO
TH* "*V?KR WILMAM*" PIRR IlTSrRANCR
CO.. of Pro*i<l?nr?. K I.
TH<*^>*ij\1ROPi,HTAI, rlBE IN8l'RAR0R
< O., of h+m York.
thic1 p^rVliYT1 Hnmf"
low^Dl? 1RMRARC'R CO.. of ir+org*_I?J;ifr
Innr?n?? we hir> th? ctmlI
TDR jKTNA LIKE IN8I KARC'R CO., of Hut
halt CMitnrr of ?x?erionco. Th*r ar? too wTh
known to rpqilpn r<?imont. Our <>ww ri?rcii m ?
irxtPinlinK. ili Hp cam of Mr. Hanson, thr >urh
twent* consecutive year* in tbU city) U Mnplo. u4
<mr aa. u?tm<uU h*ve always boeti rr^mpt sad aatia
factory. T M. HAMWTN.
B. LKWIB BLA4 KFORP.
ij ?i? ?iu (oia no. ?< ?.>
EST INVESTMENT FOR
OWNERS OF PROPERTY,
Afar dollmri mid to
A. 8. r RATT t SO Hf.
for ?m?M i? tk*
PH(ENIX, qt Hartford,
the HOME, or YONKEKS,
t FIREMEN S.tLf Ktw York.
tNSVKE NOW, tomorrow mmy be too Uitt.
f)0lrr No. S, Y. M. C. A. ButUimg, romer 9th mmi
V ui tit J* 6 tr
National union pi be insurance 00*
PANT or WA&HINOTON.
OBce?No. 91 Louisiana ar?? one door east of 7th al
No chart* for PnUcisa or mratt Stun pa
Ri*i>U ken on Um noat nwsnkU* Utum and loant
Pirectawa?Chartaa Kin, PiwWw>; Ootrn W
Ricr*. Vice Pr<*?i<l*nt, Marshall Brown, Tnoma*
Berry. Richard V\ aliach. Win. Dixoa, VuM lKtld
Henry B. Cook*. Kama*! Bacon.
fU ly NOBLE P LARNEB. Secretary
FAMILY SUPPLIES, ETC
DOW* WITH THE HIGH F&ICIS!
c. e. o'hare a hon,
1 <13 8svintu street west.
bhwkkt m asp m.
a large ovastm-t or crokr hokthern
butter, at our usual low pricks.
CRUSHED, ORABULATED, AND POWDERED
i?cents per pouxp.
"A"<*>FFKK SUGAR. 14 <"ENT>?
GOOD BROWK IS. 11, AND IifcST 14 CENTS.
WELCH'S BEST FAMILY FLOUR. ?H.31 PER
superior southern family flour
?t ifl per barrel
choice southern supkr flour, ?3.40
THE VKEV BKST^APAN TEA. 91.10 PER
queen chop gunpowder tea.
extra finest yong lai chop oolong
choice imperial and english break
strictly pure article of genuine
old government java coffee, 3i
cents per pound.
roasted do., 4? cents.
genuine old bakkr whisky
old tom gin. #1*4 pkr bottlk.
brandies and winks.
Apples, butter.cheesk.a< .-* ho?cenew
YorkAppl<*s at p?-r barrel; Prime fresh
Roll a*d Till- Butter at 3oaJ5 cent#, l?wt Family
Flour at 96.AU: auil Extra New York Buckwheat at
84. Also. a lot of prime Factory Chetw, fresh
Knv. Potatoes. Ac., cta'-ap^r than the cheapest, at
AKER a todd's New Produce and Commission
Store. No. #13 7th street, altore i. j* ju<t"
nUTTER: bi TTER ? . .
L> Constantly Receiving.
PRIME N. T. PTATK BUTTER,
in l*w. medium "m** ?tn?ll i>a<k?*e#. Alio.
E.!?W,"U"* "irt.rit!S? r1-o'?c"1
1007 PeuutUtuii *veuae.
too p*m? ohio appi.k nrrrrn
Miitkblr for Ur?>o??. "
Another importation just openedv
?im1 PhtI Biscuit: *l?o,
Edinburgh Allx-rt Biwoit.
N. W. BUKCUELL,
ja!9__l'nder Ebbitt Hoiw. cor. 14 th and K itn.
?H01CB FAMILY FLOUB, t^.Ov;
BEST EXTRA do. 6.3?;
Warranted to give Mtinfaciiot.
VEST BEST OOLONO, ENGLISH BREAK
FAST, AMD JAPAN TKAS, ?1.S*.
PURE BUCKWHEAT. WHIT* DRIPS, ?!.?
BROWN AND WHITE SUGARS HOLD AS LOW
Att ANT ADVERTISED RATES.
1IIB PENNSTLTAMIA AVKMPB.
W. ORUPE * SON, CONFECTIONERS,
No.319 Penn?ylr*nU?Tenae. bet. 11th and 12th aU.,
Sosth ttde, opposite the Kirk wood lions*,
Would resnectfmlly call the (ttaatka of their ?M
friend* ud the public in general to their Urn ud
well selected stuck of America* and French Coafec
tiou? ry. Pound nod Plumb dike, audi Cakes of all
kiiMta. ("aniliM Jflluni m/Fat. -C .11 ??
tantljr ob hand. Alan, all kind*of tier-man CtkN
made to order at the ahorteet notice. Or.lf fliwii
the city where roiniMttki geaaine Oenaaa Coffee
Cake. Oh* aa a call. _
W. GRUP1 ft BOS.
11* renaa. avenue,
detl tf b*t. 11th and Wh au., a?ath afcfe.
^ LO II II HOD EH
Baeatyta direct torn the am, vtth acta* to ? at
I Mail an ill 1 aif.l Prtoe Lovl
TO AU FWHIIIM.
LOWEST roasiBLB KiTU, hr
wM M. W. >AW > OP.
pKOPOBALB rum BCBgHTftftCB ITOf,
Iicmosi, VA., pMwbw ?, UN. f
? " FAULT F LOU ft.
l^potindi } g*?A*
It ? Winliffi
0*0 B craning,
P?fWlitM4<?i hwlwi 111 i ? ii l? 11 I it?*
Lb*. _ " mm-rn
pos HOtUT TEKMUM.
?Ajj> v wgiftr'is tyJaBj
S* ?u! "', ""- 11
... 1*"= SKMalRfc.^
pun LlVK&TOOk AMI* QCKBStSTOW .
IIMI WW Ml I ill "sir
TIKKATK Tl EM>AY?. (fD
liirt mri b|ual,
MirrutTos * oo .
Mbbcbavts- limb or iTBiiinn
WAJkUlMUTua AMP new tube..
For further information. mpIj f * * A I>RW
HAM. Afiwt. office m4 wW) ?m( <* ttiffti ?r??.
l?~ rgt-towu, urtitteMTMtrf ClkttwitMl Haw
Mil tf J W THOTIMtW. Pr-'J?
%.T KW x r m i. >
TWEEN rHILAI'r.lphi a. ALEXANDRIA
YA, WAMIINUTOK'. AND
GEORGETOWN. D O.
mINIIC 4*7 fM? 14 R'rtk
WhvTM. PhiU*-lt>M?. HAT I RL?A V . *t<QBBL
L?mr * U Water atrMt, U?orpk'*i,?Ili)il?DAT.ttly.
Fraikt *t u? tlM.
Ar?'T to HYI?E A TYLER. <1 Vmr atrMt.
OwtM?i,P C M RLPR1 I>OK fS? A?wtndrfe.Ta.
WH.CLTDRACO ,14 North Vkwfw,
Baltimore and ohio rail roar.
Train* betweee WAPEiNO
TON ANP BALTIMOBE
WA^HISUTON AMI* TH
WEST *? mum ran tm f.<Uow?. *1?
L*m? 4iUr.*ir?M tauter.M t,fl. ud I N A,
M-.aod Ia 44, 3 40. 4:40. ? JO, *m4 * OO P. .
POB ALL WAT 8TA+ION*.
Sundaj, t( t u4 I K A. ?
L?*r* at T OO and t SO A. M iM t.M P. M.
Mo (nil to w (rom AutfoUi " teoit) .
r vi? OAi4iia\'M.
Lw? itS i. B., 1 M. t:U, m4 9
FO* WAT UTATIOMS.
LwniiSA. M, and JM.and <*-? P. U.
PUS ALL. PABTH OP THE WKST
L?Tf daily except s*tarda> mud Mmlt) ,M Tl,
1,3 SO and?:0O P. M.
On Bvurday at T A. M.. and 1 ? P. M.
(hi Stiii '*y at 3.i0, tmlfOO P.M. only, ooanectinr
*> K~lay Station with traiaa trua Baltimore
to Wheeling. Parker?l.urg. Ac.
Tbmvh tickets to the Weal can be had at tlM
VaahinituB Station Ticket nMw at ail hoara of tbt
day. Amk>. at the Company Office. 4<MJ r*ai;?yl auia
avenae. P*??fn*^r? purchasing tick?u at OH
areuoe office ran tb?f? arrange to have th ir bagtaf
called for and checked at iMr reaMenee, tain
to tb?' depot, and pnt in tli- l>amra?? <~ar
r r NYork. VliMad Iptna. and Boaton. SM aftm
Uaiient of " Through Liae."
J. J WILSOS. MmM or TranapnrtaM?
L. M. COLE. General Ticket A*ent.
W# CIO. 8. kO<*KTE. Oeueral Kt: nt
THBOlUH LINE BETWEEN WAHMIVUTOM
PHILADELPHIA, AMD ?qg ?
Train*between W ASHINUToM and NEW TUBE
are now ran ma fuUuwa, vis:
POB NEW Vi'KK. wthomt rkmnt* *f rmrt.
I^a*a>4a.lu A . ?
' V ??l|| lUVVft DHUIMI/ / M IB'I MM I
Mid 9 p. B.
LMTf daClr (except bnnday) at 8 a. aoi 11:41
and 4:40 p. m.
Leave for How York at 9:00 p. m. aa? PhllaMfkiaatilO
p.m. _ . _ .
hl.H-piux cara for Mew Tor* on p. m traia only.
Thn>ntni tkiru to Philadelphia. Mew York, or
Boat?a can be had at the Otatioa 0? -e a* dUwMf
Intheday. Al*>. at tlw <\?a?j?i?a> ' OSce. HVToCS
Peuiifjrl*ania areaoe. Pa?etur?n purciiaafnf tkketa
at th? Avewaa t.. I
tMr rsilod for and rb?ck?d ?t" h'Mr rli"
d?-t?r?r, taken to Ik* drpot, ml Ht into Ui- t MI?
B?'Mrmr? *n1 Ohio Rail mad alrfi tlnwt far
Mb"d<U<* \V??hiii*t..u, Baltiinor*. Anntp*Itl
tbil I lie W ?t.
J. L. WILKON, MmW of Tr*n??.>rtatt<m.
L. X. COLE, G??n?r?l Tickot V*<M?t.
oSO GEO. 8. KHOXIX, Kg<-ut, Wa*Lui?to*.
pmiPOSALH ros w A HI) PAVING.
(jgtrr cj Sttprrtmtmrlrml mu! (iirtor mf S-W*rt,f
Carrtat'tcunt, hxttwapt, in J Kttr
W AKItlKCTON, D. <' . JaUaary 14. 1SJ*. \
a^.i.J n ? * ? ? - - M "
nraim rrifiNill will If rKORTMUW ??'*'I
(HHr?. fity Hull, until It o'clock m.. on THl'?!*I?A
V. th<- i7th tiii.lant.for ?ti iii|.rirbiiu[. Ac., for
the y?r o?uni<n>niK April I. IvU. for th? M>?ni
Tiriit of the filr. do rootnu't ?r to btvt, nor kf Iotar
iitcd. or oth<-r? i?r. is Hi"re than one ward #
8p?-cificatioii* mv b" at tlua otto* eteri <W.
fnen 9 a. m. to So clock p. tu
Iu tn<*?*uriiitf en-Ming*. tl*jrw*T" *<" . onlr th*
width of th?* nagain? will l* tak> n int^ arr.<nt,
and the portion of <r.??ine? pa<?d with cobble MuM
will b* paid for aa cobble-atone Hveanl.
Ko bid will br received which do** not indole aa
ufrr for each arparaU item of work awl material.
The taw require* that tb?cnntrirkm for the above
work dhall !? practical paver*
Th- natiir ot each part) iat<-reeted in the on treat
mnat l? ineerb-d in lull in the bid.
Kach bid mu?t l>a accompanied hr tb<" written
guarantee of a reapon?itie part* (known to be sachi
that, if accepted, the bidder will accept the contreoC
in do* form, aud p-rfonn the wor* in accordance
.k ?w .ft *' -r . 1? 1.- - c
ni' ivwiui, lu- bhuii ?mvy ui mt boi ui\J VO ik" tW*
tili' <1 b> the Tax Clerk.
Th' mu?t be in nhMwrn m WI<iw? :
1. A B . guarantee that if thi? bid be mecept<-d
by the Mayor, that the bidder will eater iut*
a contract for the mmm-, a?d perform the work accorditgto
the reyuireiueuU thereof.
i !*urn?-<i i 4? B .
All Mw^ nu t?r the abore will be ma<le in accordance
with the Iaw?.
Mo I'M* will be oxmidered anleM they be la nfrtet
ri.ulormtt> with thin adiertiaenienl, and the Mayor
rm n?* the right to reject any or all bidn if de*fu?d
by him uect'Mtry to protect the inlwinu of th" Cue
poraHon. CHAB. H SLIM.
jaMMlt gapertnteadent of ?ww?. Ae
API'LICATIUJI FO*DLPLICATB LAMM
Pepaktkevt or rn Irmiot, I
Pc*?ioa OrricB. Jilt 13. IM (
T? Whom it May Oar?m ? Ap?li< atirn* ha<rta|
been mad* under the art of Jane B US. far tka m.
iwne .if the following I<u4 VuthM,
vliirhinilkMl to Lave beea bat or lull 111 ?l.
N?>tic? U ber?-L> gi??*u that at the da?r follow 1114 tW
dwriptiun of each ?irnat.i uew certificate or warrmat
of like t?n?f will be i ilwul. V mo valid oUw
uon alio old thfa" tfff-mi|i,|(.|M|||(
BO. 5I,?ID, xor HD acre*, uml andar tk* trt of
Krlinnrj 11,1847, in the uuur uf Jiiim U. Hiallton.
Mid *m |ruUd March a, KM. fobruri $,
ORPHAN 8 COl'BT. Juiun 11th, M70
MSTKICT UF COLUMBIA, WixnatM
Cockty, To irt(?In U?? caaa of ILIZ1BETB L.
OATKS. administratrix of TVsum Oatra, fccxtM,
th?- adwinii'tratrlx itinull kf . vitblbt tMmhtti<?ol
the UnihiM' Court of VtuktnfM tloaalr
luTCMid. tNiXttod HATCKDAY. tW Mb day af
Kt-trvary, a. I>. MO. far the fcnai aMtliaot ial
dirtril atiou of the peraonal eatat* of aaid dacaaaad.
and of thramti in band, aa far aa Ikemw kata
km collected and turned into Money, vkra and
wbara all the creditor* and Mr< of aaid dftaaad
are t?.<tifled t? attend, with tkatr rlaina ?iaaarly
v<iack?lt?r they mt "therwiaa by taw kaacdaM
frun all benefit in aatd deciaaadi aatate prortdad
a copy of thia ord?r be published oaeaawaafc for
tluee veeka li> the Kvanlag Star, praaioaa to Ika
" * *? *! - -
wwm m.. n pi* 1 ?m. iywfr or wITU.
I fHlTKD STATES PATUIT 0/FlCB~ ~
U WiiiiMTOii, p. C., Jumin M. ICT
Ob ttMMtitt.4KirW.il LYHAM. of TottMTill*.
ftRFHAKS' COCBT, Jinurr U, lfi?.
U 1'I STRICT or COLUMBIA. WtinMTOl
r^intf Tawu--I. Ik. ?t mm tl. a M
McKIM, Vx^^orV J-T. tfc.
ircator Ui Haiti NpCy?M? *? ?>' ' ** ? ?*
MkliiMoMttmkte Iknt weeks to TV* Br??
It l?-iiiwi4 th?t Ik* MImv to lh? mm to
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