Rirusticiw Miss MTiNO. ranuint to
notice, Republican Men Convention, under the
auspices of the Republican Association, was held
last evening at the Union League Reading Rooms,
for the purpose of choosing deleg atee to represent
the District of Columbia fa the Convention to be
he Id at Baltimore on thellh of June neit, to nom
inate eandl lates for President and ice President
of the United States.
At b o'clock toe meeting wn cauea to orair by
the President of the Association, J J, Coombs,
who read the call for the meeting-, and followed It
who a snur ppevon.
II paiu. limp iviiun-vitucui. niUli 1H IU 19'
mark that we have been Invited, bv the National
committee wbo called the Convention, to which
we are about to choose delegates, to partloipate
In a proceeding which I regard as of more vital ln
ftOrUaeetO the future nf thla ntllnn. than .
which hat occurred alaoe the commencement of
mo grtni iiiuuig m wnicn wi are engaged. For
tt li my solemn con? lotion that upon the euoceie
of the nominees of that Convention will depend
the futara existence of tbla nation, In tti concrete
tmltr. as ft. eMha tri-ait nnutn r th. .
The onpocltlon with whom we ahall have ta eon
tvuuiu wi rrosoniDicrrriiacnuMeontfiiwouia
never restore the Union If elevated to power. It
le no part of their programme to itrlve longer for
The bolder men of Ihelr leaden In Congress,
nave thrown oiTall disguise, and now openly avow
themselves In fat or, not only of suspending all
futttie r effort i to suppress the rebellion, but of the
Immediate recognition of the Independence of that
treasonable oligarchy known as tho Southern Con
federacy. And wblle their more timid associates
lack the ehamclcae audaoltir to expressly endorte
all their treasonable avowals, their totes and
snrccnei aumcientiy maieato in wiiat direction
their eympathlea tend, and how far they could be
relied upon to prosecute the warte a successful
and honorable Issue.
Fellow-eltliens, let ui not decelte ournlrce
Let no ons lay the flattering unction to his soul,
that the contest for the preservation of the Union
will itUl go on, whatever palltleai party mar come
Into power. Be anured the Issue Is broadly and
dliUpctlv made It It, on the one hand, whether
tola nation ahalt persevere in the struggle for tti
own existence, until lti loit enemy ehall have
bein put under Hi fecit or whether, on the other
hand, the final disruption f the Union shall be
acquiesced In a consummated fact, and the most
auspicious nation ever Nrn upon thla earth ihall
be blotted from the map of the world, while aome
".'Ulvlngwhowltneaaed thethrocaof liana,
tlvlty. Crlea, "tho UlIoo forever "1
U the Union eurvU ea thla atruggle. It will be re
established on a firmer bsela than It ever vet atooi
upon the secure baitaof homogeneous Institu
tions, founded upon the eternal principles or rltht
andjustlce, and recognizing the gieat truths that
all men are created equal, and are endowed by
their Creator with the Inalienable hunts of life,
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness Applause j
Tor whatever differences of opinion may exist
among Union men. aa to the propriety of certain
meaaurea looking to that end, I think nowtte man
can looger doubt that with the overthrow of the
rebellion the Institution of slavery must go down
That end will be reached by the Inevitable logic
or events, Independently of any particular meaa
urea specially designed to bring about that reault
It la no more possible. In my judgment, to aave the
Union, and at the aame time save and -perpetuate
rlayery, than It would bo to perpetuate tl e Union
uader a Conatttutlon expressly admitting the right
of sec si Ion Her therefore, who fight to put
down the rebellion, necessarily fights to rut down
the raw thereof, whether he desires ita overthrow
or not. (AppUuse
Of our ultimate success In overthrowing the o
belllon there can be no doubt if we only kei the
patriotic power of the country In faith ul handa
May I not add, fellowclt liens, ttpeciatly if tee keep
it in the tame faithful handa where it it now rrpoted
Loud applause And baring said thla much, t
will further add, thai while f do not doubt that
there are other dtattngulshed'patrlotsequalH com-
Gtent with our Chief Magistrate cheers to steer
ehlp of State safely through the present aiorm,
yet I aio doubt whether there la any other man
whom we could select aa our standard-bearer
with the same certainty of success. In m Judge
ment, absolute safety demands the renomlnatlon of
Abraham Lircolh. Loud and continued nr
Under the continued administration of that w lie
and patriotic statesman ultimate auceeaa will le
eertato, and we shall come out of our fiery trial a
t reefer and more glorious nation than we entered
ltoit Cheers But If we permit thepotltlcal
power of the country to pais into the handa of the
nemtei of the Union, or of those who do not lore
It well enough to tight for Its preeervatloa, then
farewell, a long farewell, to aU oar greatness!
Then will the rivers of el od and mountains ol
treasure which have been so freely devoted to the
cause of our netlnnalaaltatlon have been uorae
than wasted, and the proud title or American cltl
rn will become a scofl and a by word among the
civilized nations of the earth Cries ''It ahall
not be done I"
Butlfwe are true to ourselrer, we shall not
fall, either at the ballot-box or on the battle-Meld.
The hearts of tho great mass of the people are
right) and, lememberlngby whom our first parents
were deceived and bet rated, they will hardly be
seduced from the pathof duty by serpents who ex
hibit their polsoneus fangs ae conspicuously aa do
the Copperheads of the present day.
In the Held our lines are steadily, 11 slowly, ad
v easing Inch by Inch they are pressing back the
fociaad acre by acre wo are reclaiming the lost
territory, and bringing it agetu under the folds of
the old flag. And we shall continue to press on
until that glorious ensign shall again wave In
triumph over every State, and Territory, and city,
and village, and hamlet throughout our an:lent
borders! end a redeemed and disenthralled people
ball everywhere hail It with thioyful salutation!
"Forever float that standard sheet I
Where breathea the foe but falls tef reust
With Freedom! soil beneath our feet.
And Freedom's banner waving o'er us "
At the conclusion of the speaker's rem irks,
Mr. A. C. Rlcharda Introduced the following reao
luttonsi iUtotved. That this mass contention of the loyal
votera of this District hereby expresses Its full and
unabated cosfldenpo In the atiilty and Integrity of
Abraham Lincoln, and thefwe endorse his oiriclal
acts, Including hie approval of the bill abollihiog
slavery la this District, and bla emancipation proc
lamation, as dictated by Justice, aound pollc), and
Retoived, That our delegates who shall be dec ed
to attend the Baltimore Convention which Is to
assemble In that city on the 7th of June next, to
nominate candidates for thaotllces of Pretldcnt
nd Wee Tresldentof tho United States, be and
they are herebj Instructed to cast their votes, for
the first named ottlce, la favor of Abraham Lin
coln and that we hereby enjoin upon salt dele.
gates to use their Influence and beat endeavors to
ecure bla renomlnatlon
Mr, J R. Ivans then lntio lucid thefollowlnr
Whereas we consider It tuportant In tUi day of
our country's trUl and dngrr that all loyal citi
zens of the Republic shtll act In concert an 1 with
harmony, aiding patriotically In crushlrg rebel
lion, treaa n, an J slavert
And whereas we deem It the duty of all lovcraol
our country to strho to allay rather than to excite
personal frcllvga or prrju Hues for or against any
so-called rival aspirants f r Presidential bonom
And whereas among the mcmbcisof this conven
tion are inaoydittereneea o( 'opinion andexpiea
slon aa to candidates for tho next Presidency, as
between fleneral llutUr, General Banks, Hon s.
P. Chase, General 1 remont, and Preald nt Lincoln:
And, whereai, we recognize tho rights of equally
loyal men to use alt honorable means to secure
the nomination and tlrctlon or the man of their
choice, and tosauro lu couventlon tho greatest
number or delegates sympathizing with their own
Kiiolvcd by the TtpulHcan A nodal tun of the Dtt
trict of Columbia, That In the choice of delegatca ' o
the nominating convention, to beheld at Balti
more, June 7,1801, It is i roper to prescribe to
pledge on thepart of such delegates to support any
partleularoandlltefurtho Prcaldeney, but that
delegates bo left entirely untrammelled In their
action bj tbla aasoclation
Heiolvtd. further. That this association pled ca
Itself, and all Its Individual in mbere pledge them
selves, to support and sustain tl e nominee of the
National Republican Union ( on; e it Ion, to be held
at Baltimore on the 7th of June next, m ho may re
ceive a majority of all the otcs cait.surrtnda lug
Individual preferences thereafter, and abiding
faithfully and zealously In tl e 1 ope of a crushing
defeat of Cepperhcadlsin by unity of action
Mr. H, D Laroer mot cd to lay tho amendments
on the table, Tho gentlemen who proposed them,
he learned by tlepajo a are hostile to Mr Lin.
eolo lie said that theso rcntlcraeu during the
whole of Mr tooraba remarks were kreplng up a
constant com creation and especially to those por
tions or the address that alluded to Mr Lincoln.
He need not say this was Indtcatlt e or their posi
tion, and he therefore motcd to lay the amend
ments on the table
Mr.ElvanBnextoMaluid tho floor He said he
fully endorsed the resolutions otferc I by Mr.
Klchardsi but he claimed, as a citizen of Waih
Ington, that he and his associates had a right to
5UcuV.Jh".5e VIutloni anJ amendments, and he
hoped that Mr Lamer or any ottcrgentleman will
net attempt to ahut off debate by the gag or laving
theamendmen a on tho tabic, or moving the pre
vious question, until all those pi esent who des red
could sneak on tho subject
Mr. Coombs (Lhalrman) The motion to lay the
amendment on the table la not In order it will
carry the whole sul Ject tilth It This is undoubt
edly parliamentary liw
Mr, Lamer moved the i reWcus question If
they got Into a diso tsslon they woull not get
Mr, Heustla asked that tho resolutions be road
again. He believed the majority or the meeting
waa In favor of Mr Lincoln lor the Presidency
Aa far aa the speaker's Ju Igment went Mr Lin
coln has had a hard time of It) Ue war was Inaug
urated by the rebels at the commencement of his
admlnatratlon, and ho had conducted all airs with
wise statesmanship and ho thought that wo had
better go along without a change or Administra
tion until an honorable peace waa conquered Ho
wV!.m,a.Tfor2.'tDe delegates being Inatructed to
vote for Mr Lincoln at the approaching National
Convention. He thought hs had been used bad by
the present Anmlnlstratlon He l elieved Mr Lin
coin as honest a man as Uvea on God a earth
It seemed to hlra that tho nomination would r
eeiTttheendoraementofthe Convention, and that
they would endorae fully the leading meaaurea of
the Administration and what it pioposes to do
He alcADlr rjrooosed to leara tha (ii.. r.
rote for whoever they pleurd lie, for one. pre-
tin jut in at anil hv t)i Haiti ninr it nnnU. .- !
he mar be. whether he be Lincoln. DtitiV nv-
or Fremont. Ae matters stand now it seems to
im aurvfonai eongiuntiu, uit mr. tanooin Is the
man whom the country uill delight to honor
There ue doubtful States which must te carried
by management, and much depends on the auoeeae
of the campaign by the spirit upon which It te en
tered and the etandard-bearer to be eeleetea. He
appealed therefor that thedlsousilon bo carried
on aa gently aa possible, and for the majority to
i varviuiir wuu tarn nunoniy a pw""
Mr. T. C Connollvanoka In terar of la. liaeoln.
He believed the Lord God Omnipotent pld him
la the Freeldeoey to carry our nation through lte
troublee. If there were etttzena of the eouatry
whose voices ehould he heard, It waa thoee of the
Distrlat of Colombia, who hare acted fuUv and
Impartially from the commencement tf thla een-
He desired the expression of the sentiments of
tno meeting should be fairly given, ft hoped
they would vote aa with one voice, vote down the
amendment and adopt the resolution ae orlgnelly
f resented He hoped the delegatee eelestedtogo
o the Baltimore Convention would be Instructed
to vote for Mr. Lincoln ae their first, tut nod only
several gentlemen then tried to obtain the floor,
and general eonfualon reigned for a few minutes.
The debate wae then continued by Messrs. Cle
phane, Goodloe, Geo. K, N Day, Esq. Mr. Deeble
and James A. Wise.
A motion was made that tellers be appointed to
decide the vote on the amendment to the resolu
tions, which wae adopted, and the following gen
tlemen were appointed, vizi Meiers Hilton and
Rlcharda After voting, the tellers declared that
93 hid voled In favor of, and 100 agalnat, the
amendment the latter was consequently defeated.
A motion waa her made to adjourn to Tuesday
evening, but no action was Lad on It.
The resolution Instructing the delegates to vote
for Mr Lincoln wae then submitted, and agreed to.
Mr. Clephane Introduced a resolution deelarlng
alavery ae the sole came of the rebellion, and that
the extermination would Insure a lasting peace
an I perpetual Union, which wae submitted, and
ucciaicu vj iu wiair as unanimously rnu.
On motion, tha Cnovantlnii nroflaadaJ to vnta
for two delegates to represent this meeting In the
until mure uiayiQiioa, juaisrs i t-.-ouauiij,w.
S. Brown, John P. Hilton, and Charles T, spencer,
were or pointed tellers.
Mr. Brown aubaenaentlr renortad that tha vataa
uu. una vanvaisoj ana counted, wun ine lonow
... " .rr . - r ; ... ...;..
W. P. Wood, i A. C. Richards, M J R. rivana,
sif em viriniftDe, mwi4. r, noagson, mi wm. anion,
SI I J. J. Coombs. 171 D. R. llaeiAittm. lii O. E. II
Dy, II scattering, is Whole number of votes,
im Necessary to a choice. 99.
During the vote, several persons were aseuied
of votlna? twice and three limes, a&usln the tellers
to suspend the voting After a very noisy dlseus-
ioi i ws ufnintKi to piece a guara a round me
niien, worn in roiingweni on wunoui miir
runt Ion 1
The President announced that no person bad re
ceived a majority of the votes, and consequently
there waa no election
Upon thla announcement of the President, the
utmost confusion prevailed, many of the persons
present claiming that the agreement was that the
persona receiving the plurality ef votie should be
The President a aid It reaulred a melaritr. and It
would be absurd to think that he, aa the President
of this Convention, would certify to anr eel 6f del
egatee who had not received a majority of the
votes of the Convention
Alter thla announcement, noisy demonstrattona
were made, which waa only broken by amotion to
wyourn unm ncii lursuay evening, WOKn ins
rrriiucut iicciuqu uj i cirrictl.
TJrOLOHT oi tuis uoxkimo. and e?an he
bought at No 4SS Pennsylvania avenue, near Four-and-a-half
etrcet, new and beautiful styles of gold
rlated Jewelry, for one dollart also, double-plated
easpooee, at (he Dollar Jewelry Store, 413 Peon-
jti m avenue, near uur-SDU-a-uau street,
Da. Dbwbt. It will be observed that Lhli
distinguished preacher Is to speak In the Hall of
the House of Representatives to-morrow meratng,
ami id mr unitarian knurcn in ine evening
() 0 K AT T I! I 8 I
MUHfMN HORSF FOR S4LF.
Is a Mahogau Bay, eight years oil, and war
ranted sound and kind He Is well built, slants
flfteet ban Iflilgh, drives well In single or double
harna, an I Is a first class saddle animal This
horse has frequently trotle I a mile In three min
utes, and with proper tialnlog can "make It" in
much less time.
Any gentleman wishing a tip-top animal will do
well to call at Coole)'s Livery Stable, corner of
Tenth and G ttrttts, whero he can be seen, and
terms mate known aplfl 2t
Orricc DrroT Cosiuiisarv or Suiiutcncc, )
Sealed nronoaals are In lted until tha aath inmt .
at 12 o'clock m , for furnishing the Subsistence De
partment frith eight thousand (8,000) barrels of
The nronosals will be for what Is known at thla-
Denot as Nos I. 2. and J. and bids will aa ntr.
talned for any quantity less than the who e
Bids must be In duplicate, and for each grade on
separate sheets of paper.
inei-iourio ue iresn grouna, ana ueuvereu in
new oak barrels, head lined
Ihedelirervoithe Flour to comment within
fliedtvs from the ODenlnsiof the bids, and in suah
nuantlttea, dally, ae the Government maydlrectt
delivered at the Gore nment warehouse in George
town, at the wharves or railroad depot in Wash
ington, D C.
mo uciircry oi nil riour awarded 10 DO com
leted within tweuty days from the opening of the
laMnenla will be made In acHi Ha .(, tt imUht.
cdncss, or such other funds as the Government
may have for disbursement
The usual Government Inspection will ia mu
Jnst be'ore the Flour la received, and none will be
aceepieu wnicn is not iresn grouna
An oath of allegiance must accompany the bid of
each bidder who has not the oath on Ale In this
ofiioc, and no bid will be entertained from parties
who have previously failed tocorajly with their
bids, or from bidders not present to respond
Government reserves the right to reject any bid
for any cause. Bids to be addressed to the under
signed, at No 321 G street, endorsed, "Proposals
for Hour " a C. GREENL.
apis-at Captain and C a. V.
T)norOSAIiB FOR GRADING,
Orricc or Wasiiihotok AaatN al, i
Washihotoh, D C, April 16, 18M t
KKALI D PROPOSALS will ba reaelvad at thla
ofllce, for ten days from thla date, for grading that
portion of the Arsenal grounds north of the Peni
tentiary, and for building and furnishing a part of
the stone for a sea-wall on the west side ol said
grounds. In accordance with speclfleatlena, plana,
and sections to be seen at this ofllce,
Thebldawtll be by the cubic yard for tie ex.
caiatlng.and by the perch of twenty-five cubic
feet for the s one-work, the prices to be written
out In words In tho bids
Fach proposal win be accompanied by a guaran
U.slentdbv tiro rtSDOoslbla ncrsons. that lneaia
such 1 1 Us accepted, the principal or the guaran
tors will, within five daya thereafter, execute the
contract with sufficient auretlea la a sum equal to
one-half of the amount of the contract, to fulfil the
same coniotinabiy wun ine apecinoatioeai and, la
case said bidder should fall to enter Into the con
tract, they to make good the difference between
tho offer of said bidder and the next lower bidder,
or the person to whom the contract may be
The responsibility of the guarantors must be
certified toby an officer under the United states
Government, or a responsible person known at
Proposals to b addressed to Captain J G. Ben
ton, at this post, and endorsed "PROPOSALS FOR
GRADING, STONa. WORK, l0 "
All proposals receivra under tmi advertisement
will be opened on TUK8DAY, April Mth, at IS
o clock m , when all bidders may be present
No bid will ha finnildered that does not conform
to the requlrementa of thla advertlaement, and the
Government reserves the right to reject any or alt
of tho bids, if it be considered to its Interests to
Specifications can be obtained at this office, or,
will be mailed to applicants
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a WaiutaoTOM, D. C , March S, ISSI
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nity to publicly express my gratitude for the won
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effected In my esse.
I waa deal for about six yeata, and for the last
few yean so much eo I could not hear preaching or
common conversations but now, aloeo your 1 u val
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for years have also entirely disappeared
ery truly, yours,
JAMES R MiCATHRAN,
Tenth street, between E and Q,
Washihotom, D C, March , 1941,
Title Is U certify that having been Dear since
the year 1858, and sluce that time gradually losing
my hearing until I was unable to hear com men
conversation or public speaking, I applied to Dr.
Lighlhlll, of New York, who, after a short and
painless course of treatment, entirely restored my
hearing I heartily recomcend Dr. Llehthlll to
Rosldeoee, near Fort Saratoga
Waiiiikotok. D. C March 2. 131
This to eejtlfy that having been affected for
twenty yeare with Deafness, and hating tiled
some of the moat eminent dootora of our city with
out any relief, 1 at last heard of Dr. Llghthlll and
1 put rnyse If under his care. His treatment wae
brief and successful. I am now completely re
stored, and the cure Is apparently permanent I
have all eonQdene In Dr. Llghthlll'e skill, and
would advise all afflicted with De alien to go and
Residence, near P and Eleventh streets.
RFMARKBLK CURE OF DFAFNLR9.
Fro the Hev Jwyh V CfarLf, Rtttar tf Si Jamtt
SvaxcuiE, February 20. 1864.
I have been deaf In one ear ever since I left col
lege, some twenty yeare ago. By tut skill of Dr,
LIgbtl.UI, lte heating waa completely restored, eo
that now 1 hear alike with both ears, and I And
that I ean use my vole with much store ease and
eomfort than before.
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"TrANTBD.-.-BY A LADY. A BITU-
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eneea given If required. Apply at No 111, F street.
"" muniuiraniiM mui (,!( iircill
-ATniWT WiMTffn A onriT
J honest, industrious Boy, to carry a Capitol
Hill roite of the RErciLicAX. Apply to A.
SHEPHERD. National Rcnub lean offlec. fill Ninth
street, between D and Pa avenue - apli-st
ANTEDTnREE COriE8 OF
thla natter Issued the 33d of February.
OFFICE DEPOT COMMIB8ARY OF
UBSISTENOE. WaihIkotOW. D C.Anrll
WANTED-ONE HUNDRED GOOD BAKERS
at the Government Bakery In this city, on U street,
between Twenty-fourth and Twenty nfth streets
apooi a, i uncikji a,, apiain i. a v.
K nrf) TONS BONK WANTKB I
Th. underalcoed will tiav ONE DOLLAR n.r
100 pouaila for all OretD, Lamp and Hoipftal
BONE9 dellrered at th.lr r.etorv. .orn.p Tiv.ntr.
erenth and G itreeta.
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J AND WARnANTfl WANTED.
ITY LAND WARRANTS fW.w.lu.o I no
ar.a waoted Imm. UaUlr br
LLARS k OAYLOHp
Room I. totan Ravcnth and F at.
7 WArnDxpanTMCMT, Cavaliiy BvncAir. )
urrrct: or Chief uahtcrmaitlm. I
WA8IIIMOT0K, D U, April It, 1844
One hundred and flrtv.nve russi .tnlicr.
head will be paid for all
CAVALRV HORS S
delivered within the next fllteen (15) das at the
UUIIIHU4IUI IIUIKI UlIIUVIUl U Ij
Said horses to be aound in all nartlcuUr nnt
leaa than five (6) nor more than nine (9) yeare oldi
from UK to IS hands hlght full fleshed, compactly
built, bridle wise, and of size sufflelent for cavalry
Ihtte tpecilcatiani dIU be ttrictiy adhered to and
rigidly enforced in tvety particular
ra-oiant maul on uviircry oi ion iv) ami 0 er
Hours of inspection. 9 a m toSp m
JAMES A EKIN,
Lieut Col and Ckier Quartermaster,
apia-16t Cavalry Bureau.
1 faf.fi AHTILLEHY HORHKB
l.UUU WANTED AT ONCE
Orricc or Ciusr Quaktcumaitki), i
Depot or Wasiiinoton, J
WAaiilRriTON. D C , April II, IttM
1.000 HORSLi. aultaLIa fnc ArtlIUrvapl lli
be purchased at thla depot by the undersigned, In
open maiket, from date until May II, 1864 In lots
of one to flfty, at one hundred and sixty five do!-
taiw; vvt auiuaii cctin animal o oa uujccieu
to the usual Government Inspection beforo being
Horses to be delivered to. ami InincLiM hv. rait.
tain C. H. Tompkins, A. d M, U 8 A , corner
iweniy aeconu ana u eireeis, waanington, B U
U M. UUCKEIl,
Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster,
apll-37t Depot of Washington
7 WAKDcrARTMBHT, Ca'
CaValbv BuBrAir. i
urniEurunsr uuAaTEaoiASTX. J
Wabiiihotok. D C . April 8, 1M1 )
Una hundred and nltv rilAOl dollars rr ha.il
will be paid for all
delivered within the next fifteen (15) days at tho
Government Stablea at Gleeboro, D C.
Said horses to be sound la all particulars, not
less than Ore (6) nor more than nine (9) yeare old)
from liuto If handa high, full fleahed, compaotly
built, bridle wise, and ofsiie sufficient for cat airy
Thete tpaificaiiont will be ttrictiy adhered to and
rigidly enforced in every particular
Payments made on delivery of ten (10) and over
noun ei inspection from 9 a m to e p m
., , JAMES A. EKIN,
UeuU Col. and Chief Quartern) as Ur,
yf Cavalry Bureau
o u a a n . 40 iniDp. cuba and
Q Porto Rico Sugar, part prime.
Just received, and for aale by
.. iN H SKMMLS fc CO,
No. 631, corner Sth it. and Louisiana avenue,
apiS-st Opposite west end Centre Market
in 110x0 or
THE LADIFS OF THE LATf FAIR,
HALL OF THE PATENT OFFICF BUILDING,
In which the Fair was held,
ON TUESDAY FYKNlNfJ, APRIL SI, 1MI.
Tha proceeds to" be applied for the I eneftt of the
families of the Soldiers of the District of Columbia.
Hon Hannibal Hamlin, lee Preillent United
Hon Schuyler Colfax, Speaker of House of Rep
resentatives United Statea '
Hon. Solomon Foot, of ermont
Hon. Richard Wallach, Mayor of Waahlngton
nun iitnr; auuiiud, piajurui ueorgeiOWn,
B Irenoh, William M Shaater,
Henrr D Cooke.
uu w Ani 11.
S J Bowen,
L F Chittenden,
D P Hoi lower,
Frederick W Seward,
John G Nlcolay,
R W Taylor.
John M Brodhead,
John L Hares.
S rebel., "
John H Seinmes,
Joseph J Mar.
A H Shepherd,
Ldmund F Pranrri.
Col John G Stephenson,
Hon Edward MaPheraonJ B Will.
Hon John W Forney, W L Avery,
Hon D K Cartter, William Wheelan,
Hon Auguitua frank. Captain W T Hartr
Hon Robert CScheeok, Hudson Taylor,
Hon William D Kelley, W L Mcholson,
nuii r a. nuvuuiiuii( a vvifuini
Hon Justin S Morrill,
Hon Porttta Baxter,
Hon Wm Whaley,
Hon T O Howe,
Hon John A Hasten,
Hon John H Rice,
Hon H Winter Davli,
Charles E Mix,
James n DooiiltU. ir.
MsJ tarrlngton Raymond
vi'v t iiuwaru,
J Burrows Towers,
nun ft vnanuivr,
Hon John W Lonrvear. Jnlin V Fnnl.
Hon M S Wllkloeon, llliam B Webb,
Hon William Wlndnm, William Gt Metierotl.
Wm Henrr Philiina
Hon Theo M Pomeruj
Gen J 11 Marttodale,
Col K M Greene,
James Stee e,
Col J D Fry,
Gen C C Augur, H York Alice,
Gen riefiry W Benham, Joseph I Brown,
Surgeon l W Bliss, William B Todd,
Surgeon Wm Thoiupson,G M Wight,
Cant Henry L Schreh, Major John O Cash,
Col M Thompson, George W McLellan,
Col L Towers, A W Randall,
Capt T M Cooly, V F McDonald,
Cant J O C Lee. Malnr R H entt.
John Martury,jr, De ere Burr,
j a anarrciis
txen tivc teMMivTir
tl U C.nal. a f ....
Richard Wallach, William B Toll,
John H Semmes
invitation nd receptioh
Samuel 1 Bell,
Hon M S Wilkinson,
Hon H Winter Dtvl,
Bailje-tBlue R bbon
K L Stevens,
7 D Oilman,
Colonel L Towers,
Dr Wm K MellafHy
Captain 11 L bjitelr,
Dr D W Dllii,
BB French, jr ,
A L Haya,
N H Barrett,
C H Hueatls,
J W Angus,
Samuel Bacon, Jr,
TJ M Barer.no.
Capt Le Grand Benedtot,
ColE M Greene, Capt FM Cooly, J FSharrettf.
J W Angus, JPBarthotow, SPBell
Badge Red, While, and Blue Rll bon
William B Webb, S J Bowen, Capt L S Wlcklln
Badge Yeltow Ribbon
Tickets Three Dollars To be had at the Book
Stores and Hotels
Gentlemen dcslrlns: Cards of Invltatlnn tar f.a.
dies will leave names with 8 P Half, at the Man-
agers'o ttoom, raionaumce, or at me Drug Store
or 7- D Oilman, or Hudson Tajlor'a Bookstore,
SUBSCRIPTION TO THE Nr W NATIONAL
By direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, I
hereby give notice that lam prepared to receive
subscriptions on account of United Stales Bonds
authoriied by the act of March 1, 1864, brarlog date
March 1, 164, redeemable at the pleasure of the
Government after ten yean, and payable forty
yeare from date, bearing Interest at tl e per centum
a year, payable on Bonds not over one hundred
dollars annually, and oa all other bonds sexl rn
Dually, In coin
Subscribers wilt receive cither Registered or
Coupon Bonds, ae they may prefer.
Registered bonds will be issued or the denomlna
tloce oi Fifty dollars, ($50 ) One Hundred dollars,
(SIM,) Five Hundred dollars, ($500 ) One Thousand
dollara, (11,000,) Five Thouaand dollara, U5,000.)
and Ten Thousand dollars, (lioooo.) and Coupon
Bonds o( the denominations of Fifty dollars, ($50,)
One Hund ed dollars, (iu,) rive Hundred dol
lars, U&oiM and One Thousand dollais, (l,ooo )
Subscribers will be required to a), In addition
to the amount of the principal of the Bonds, la
lawful monej , the accrued Interest In coin, (or In
Uultcd Mates Notes, or the notes of National
Banks, addlugnrty pr cent fur remlum until
f irther notice,) from the first day of Marchor Sep
tember, as the case may be, until the da) of sub
acrlptlon and payment,
V on receipt ot subscrlptlins I will Issue my
certificate of deposit therefor in dujllcate, the
original of which will te forwardcl by the sub
scriber telbc Secretary of the Treasury, Wash
ington, with a letter stating the kind, Registered
or Coupon, and the denomination ol Bonds re
quired. Upon the receipt of the oilglnal certifi
cate at the Department, the BouJi subscribed for
win ie transmitted to the subset It ei s res; eoth ely
as soon as the same can be l repute 1
Itls ixi ected that the first dellvnlei ottuupoa
Bonds will be made not later tl an the fuurth (4th)
of April F r SIINNMl,
m24w Treaaurer United Statea
Adjutant Gemchai lOrrur,
Wasiumoton, March 17, 1S64
All applications for leases of absence or per'
mission to visit Washington must 1 e addressed to
MaJ.r Geitrral Halleck, (htef of Stair, and must
specify the business for which tic officer desires
the eruilsslon Telegrams addiessed direct to the
secretary of War on Ills sul ject will receive no
By order of the Secretary of War
Y D TOWNSLND,
luJl-K Assistant Adjutant General
F K I 0 I A L
Heai)0.uaktehs Military Distbk t )
Or WAIIIINOTOIf, i
W asiiinuton, P. C . rctruary I,1MI
Uenerat Ordere, No S
Loi T lograham.SSth Massachusetts tolunteers,
is herd y detailed aa Pro , ost Marshal or the Mili
tary District ot Washington He will l e respected
and obeyed accordingly
uy command or Brig Gcu Martimdalei
JOHN I SHERBURNE,
felt-U Aasiataut Adjutant General
K K I 0 1 A L
PASKKS TO MSIT rlla, AIIMV (II TH
I Appllaallona muat b. made at the oltlce ol
Major Louie H Pelouie, No 5M Fitrctt, between
Seventeenth aad EUhteenth atreeli, tetween II
a ui and 1 p. m., except Sunday. Major relour.
la authorlf ed to elgn the paaaee
S II not rr.Ltad at the olUje ol Major Felouie.
the decialoa la Baal, aad no reference oeed b. made
at the War Department
I Paaaee canaot be given to frui.lct to vlilt Ihe
By or I. p 1,1 the Secretary of War
F D TOWNLNb,
faS tl Annual AJmtanl General
UT ruuiijlTuU Mean., ittrWUlui!.' Hotel
LXONARD OHOVSR DIRICTOK
Altoot GroTCT'i N.w ChMtnnt ItoMt nt.tr.,
or THC ORCAT OKH IFA90N I
UHAHU l.ailK ULUA.IUNI
ttllT XIIIII Or THE COMfAHT TSArrClll
Th. Otm. from
TIIRWK GRAND OPERAI TO Dr (JI rNI
Th. Op.r. Troup, to depart In
rULL dlaze nr nr.nni
After th. mo.t lucoefaful ad .xtended ...ion of
vper. .rer Koown in w.iMact.n.
A mioht or rirrlTC irAtrTr ad ruioiiTl
ELEOANT SATIN FROORAMMES
To b. protjitlf dl.trlbutcd throughout th. u-
dl.oM.pMfumxl with Lubln'i cholnit Xxtneti,
f .t ." 1 d'""1 ,0 " o.t whlh will con
.. IIIOHKST DLORKE OF ECLAT
To th. Important Oec.llOD.
Th.OMalocuIi.lloa will U th. IhlrJ n 1 fifth
act. of Gouooil'a Graail Opera of
M. Hlmmer, In hie Great Role of Fauat
Si g nor a Louisa I rederlcl In her maiohless lmper
conation of Marguerite
77mT7T. V. ...." " SlODei
inmcu see oas ninaiy consented to sing, that
no artiste may be missing )
M rederlchGramAs MeohtstoDhlles
man LAiioene a ,, Martha
To be followed by the third act of Boildleu'a
uiauti vrircra ui
LA DAME BLANCHE.
M. Habelmann la all cr.at characttrof Ceorc.
fla Whlfih h. Will .lnr th. fitantlfnl ......
" Robin Adair," which hai ertrrwhtr. twin
ealrcd with th. hlct.at acclamation, of delight
wh.r.rcr thla illitlDfuUkcd artlit. hai r.adrrwl
M. Frlrdrlch Oraffo at Trareaton
Madam. Bartha Johannaco a Anna, hla Nice
H..!" Jnf ' ' ' Dt.a, th. Suparlotin lant
M'll. Pauline Canltaa aa 'ennr. hla Wife
" . ..TSm."' " IliejJherllT
i. va.'.. iinniia.n.a everjrwnere wen one
of the creattat aiicceaiea of thla Coninanr It called
ii I. PJMOatatloa. at the Aeademrln Phlla.
r. 'r'.'"i "uu " wcioo oi eaianjianior nl
Habelmann la rjjnilarltr to a deire e nei er I elore
ei lalled r an) Tenor i In that cltj-
Toconclodewllhtli. Second ant Tl IrJ tell of
Call Weber a mueli-ailmlrrd Grand Oiieu ol
ORAND COMBINATION or EMINKNTTAIFNT.
M Habelmann ae ,, ,. hjax
M. (IrafToa Caanar
, TUP TWO RANOKRe '
tlanora Louli. rrederlclaa .The rrlace'a
u.u.hter ,., Agatha
M'lle raullne Canliaa aa Afetlie'a Couiio, Annehea
M Stelneckeae rnnce of Bohemia, irttooar
JC Carlo Umanlae Hla Foreater. Cuno
KfiUoW!l,,""i Th. Wild Hunter
M Kroollellaa Tin Weallhjr Peaiant, Kllllan
H Beehm ae . ,,, The llermlt
Brldeemaldi.loreetiri, Fcaaantrr, Afparatlooa,
QRAMS INCANTATION StFNI.
CARL ANJCHUT7, Conductor of the Opera
Reaerved ...t. tnr .ifh.pAr).. .1.1.1. ... ..i. ..
Metier tt a Mmlo Stole, and at tho Box Olflce of
um i.ic.irri hi in. louow nr
t CCALf OF FRIO 9
Orchealra Chair ,1 fio
Dreia Circle and Farquette ai 00
Famllr Circle "J""...' .. to
Prlrat. Osxea an oo
Secnreil aeata w centa extra.
Bualneia Manacer and Treaiurer
n?5SFR ...02LA3L PHILADLLPHIA COM.
PANV, rrom the New Cheitnut Street Theatre, will
commence a brief Seaion at thle Theatre, apt.
Q. II O V E K ' 8 T
no V EH '8 THEATRE
IMPORTANT FTRA NOTICL.
APPFARANCE, FOR SI NIOIITS ONL ,
Ccmmenclnc on MONDY EENINO, April IS
THE COMPAN ENTIRE.
Fmbraclur the lollowinc talented Artlila, pro.
n uoced brthe Phll.d.h hi. nm. ,ini....lii.
Ik.Vln..!- .- r --... ,,
DRAMATIC COMBINATION IN AMERICA
Mr Walter Lennox,
Mr Harrv Pearson.
Mr rranK nlordauat,
llr George II Andrewe
Mr Joerph Whiting,
Mr W A Chapman,
Mr HI, Everltt,
Mr Harry vera,
Mr Henry Mitchell,
Miaa Suaan Schenck,
Mlaa EOle Germoa,
Mr W A Donaldson,
Mr James T Ward,
Mr Jamea Mathewa,
Mr George Forreat,
Mr Jamel Wilson,
Mr A De Long,
Miss Sophy Glniber,
Mica L'ule Cooper, Mte W A Chapman,
Mlaa Jeanale Gourley, Mlia I lla Miller,
.! Si U II IB WBTiJ,
. i-hiiubuu., uiiii evaura roricr,
Mrs K Rrrmnn
Conductor of the Orchestra MR C KOTPITZ
Who will be aocompanled by aeveralof the leading
mualclane of his renowned cheat nnt at rt nmhs..
,rn, wiiu tvm its iwiueu io me present Grand Or
chestra of this Theatre, which this accomplished
malt re had the honor of organizing and perfecting.
This Great Company will appear In thoae fine
pleeea which have created by their superior repre-
iuihiiuus, mt iiiuat aiu.uu,nu seniaiion in me
city of Philadelphia
LOOKIM REM A R Kill
la theseaU nlgha the entire repertoire of pieces
that hev occupied the stage of tho New Chestnut
street Theatre for nearly three months will t pre
sented 1st Bouclcault's Beautiful Drama
THfc COLLKLN BAWN.
3d. Tom Taylor s Great Drama,
THL TICKhT-OF-LKAMu MAN
3d Western Marshall's t eautlful creation.
4th The first correct rendition of Biucicaiill'a
freat play, now running with unparalleled success
n Fhlladc'i hla being In Its third week,
THk, OCTOROON. aplo-3t
MUSIC HALL AND THEATRF,
(Fronting renn'a avenue and Ninth street )
Hamtlln k CO Prnnrltnra
Xtrslmmons . Stage Manager and Advertiser
iiin.riuiAi At ihKnuun An u NIGHT,
RANK KLRNS BENEFIT
A Halt of ntiinloard
THEGREATMUSIC HALLOFTHI Ua.TRUl0
i.i3, prrsomingine r ins i-CLASS STARS
A MAMMOTH PLRFOHM A NHK! NldHTiA
The joune daneeuse, Miss Louisa Walby.M Me
Llna Wlndell The dashing lady daneeuse, Mite
Aiiiuaia waiui- iu young American vocalist,
Miss aenle Gillmore The great Ravel Panto
mtmlat of the age. Hernandez Foster The popular
youug actress of the day, Miss Maggie Wlel Also
the following Lady Danoerei Miss Fannie May,
Miss Maggie crnon, Miss Kitty Lee, Mlu Annie
HI mo re The Mhloplan Monaruhs, Jraok Kerns
and James 1 hompsoo The popular performer, Mr
George T Sheldon Tho people's favorites Mr
Francis, Mr Cha lcs McGulie Thn Infant Jim
trow atd the Mar Company Ihe Magical Rate!
Pantomime, Full of nicks, Changes Magical.
Transformation!, ant MAGIC TRUMPET i OH.
riU Mr RRY CLOWNf The trenka or Harlrnuli,
andtbe Fairy Columbine Wj DM-SIM AFT K
NOON FLRFORMANCL. apt!
UAHE CHANCE KOH A PERSON
ttlahtng to ngage In the Wholesale and
Retail Grocery Bus nets, The undersigned having
been actively engaged In bualneia for a period of
twenty-one years, and desiring to retire from the
same, offer their Btocr, together with the good
will of their rstat llehinent lor sale
apII-eodStlf MUKIUl av SI MMLS
Q OOLUSTEIN. LIOENriKI) PAWN-
UROKFR AN!) LOIN Or HCF
SI Fou -an I a half street north, near Pennsylvania
the Mglust a U Alices given on Watches, Dia
monds, Jewelr), Slherware, 4c Oil Gold aud
Sllter bought for caih Always on hand, a largo
lot of goods of all ticacrlj tlons at rlvate sale.
Watches and Jewelry repalre 1 and warranted
, . . 4 ?0YS' CLOrHINO
We arj uuw lu iVjclj t of a large assertmeut ol
1101 S1 and CHILDHLN'S LUITHINn. nfth. n.!
est styles, suitable for the present season for dress
and school wear to whlcn we Invtte the attention
of parents WALL, STr PHLNS At CO .
uncis-u ii r av ine win ADtl (dtb !
fl ENTLKMEN'B OJ.OTUING..-.WK
VT have now in store a full stock of Gcutlemou't
Sprtug Overcoats, Huslucsa Suits, Dress Suite, and
FurniahlD- Uoods of tha lataut itiin M.a(a.i.
Hi with the same degree of neatness,atyle. and elo
nwtt as if ma lo to order
St Poausytvanla Avenue, Itetwee
Ninth ad lent wvi
I I I 1 A. II V UUUUtt
WALL. STLPULM a. ..
J. FEimiVLTAIlIA AVXXUX.
OCer the luieit aaeortmeatla Uie elty, embiai
Ins all cjualltlec uied by nffleen la the Arm) ana
Navy, cuob aa '
nortla, Saahee, Uelta, ShiMiKlu-eti.ii. ti.t.
Lai ., Pletol., ke , k. , with fine ...wtiieLl "l
uniform oUUhla,.; arid. whlhwo .an lurnT.h ora!
i ra complete .iltnte In a few uomeoti
n ALU STa.rila.H3 a lu
FORD'S NKW THKATIIB,
TENTH 1TBTET, ABOVE PA. AVE.
THII EVENING, AprU 1,
BENEFIT OF MR. J. A. HESNE.
Th. performaaea wilt commence with rarouhar'.
crlnrlntia aM anmailei .
WINS! WOBKl WONnrna
.ifK.MWf. yW! w.'T .- P"
....- .V on ine loun,
.. "THKOIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME."
Mr J Mccuiiongh will alao recite
SHAM US CBRIENi
On, THE BOULD BOY OF GL1NGALL.
To oonclude with the military drama of
HORSL SHOL ROBINSON
Horse Shoe Robinson Mr 0 B. Blshen
who will Inaugurate a week of Shakspcarlao per
formances with his grand Impersonation of
HAM I. a T .
1KNTH STREET, ABC
ABOE PFNN'A ArNUE.
OWNED AND MANAGED BY JOHN T FORD.
THE SIIAKSPEAREAN TER-CKNTENNARY.
" The tide of time, which I. eonitentlr wearlnc
awar th. dlieolubl. fabrlea of other poete, paaica
br without lolutlrc the adamaot of shakapeate.'
GRAND FESTIVAL WEEK
Bora April li, Itll-Dled April n, IC1I
"WT SHALL NOT LOOK UrON HIS LIKE
The Manager, to ord.r ti lead proper erlnrtothe
TerCentrnnar) Celebration of the Ortat Poet of
the time, haa org-antied
A DRAMATIC FESIIVAL WEEK,
ON MONDAY EtFNINO, AHllLIS, ISM,
w hleh will b. del oted exclusively to theproduc
Hon of the Shakipearean pUye, llluatrated by the
BFSr 51IAKPFAI1.AN ACTOR OF THE AGE,
With the beat
Now uo ler a atngle management In the country
The (ala entertainment! will culminate
t N SATURDAY EENING, ATRII II,
(St George'a Day,)
Th. annlreriary of the Toet a Birth and Death, In
a iplendl 1 commemorative entertainment
The following are the selection! for th. week!
MONDAY, April IS .. . . HAMLET
TUESDAY, April 19 KING LEAR
WEDNESDAY, April M . M 1 0U LIKE IT
THURSDAY, April Jl OTHELLO
FRIDAY, AprllS - MACBETH
S tTURDA, April 3S-A SHAKsrFAREAN FFS
TIVtL AND ILLUMINATION
NUTIlE Mr Forreat will not be able, during
tbeprecf nt engagement, to appear aga'n In either
of the above.named playe
Box aheet now open fer the three tlrat evenlnga
A N T K R II I It Y II A I. I. .
MUSIC HALL ANOTHfAIHr,
Lm.iHAtM Awmu.ntarthtcomtr ef Sui itrfl.
flu rear of th. Metropolitan and National Hotel. 1
SIGN OF THE HIO CALCIUM I.ICJIIT.
(.eo lh .....Manarer and Proprleto
OF THE GORGEOUS PANTOMIME
TIIF HOU8K THAT JACK BUILT!
with additional .
Pantaloon .. .
W D Cevanaueh
. L Donnelly
. 'V It Wllllama
.... Kmtna Schell
The Piece abouxda In Funny Trlcke, Mechanical
Cliangca, Startllac Iranalormatlom, Tableaux,
Lhoruaea, kc , termlnallnc with a
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL TABLLAUf,
HI PRESENTING THE GENIUS OF AMERICA
Waahlnrton la dlaeovered on an elevated Pcdea
tnl. holdlnr the Conatltutlon. auooorted on either
aide by I alth, Hope, and Cbuity, Liberty, Juitlce,
and Mercy. Axrl.ulture. Coouuerce, Art. and Lit
vr.iuie veil;., in. uouaeii oi a'leoir, la pouring
her rich tllta at the foot of the Nation la the
forecrounu, the North and South are endeaverlnc
to rend the Union In twain th. fiemna of Secea.
alon, with War, Famine, and PeatlLenee In hla
Train, aianoe exulting ny, wnue unveieniinc lime,
wun nia Bovine anu iiouri,!..., looxi cooiyon
The whole lorralaf a picture ol
In addition to which a masalnocnt
Will bo slven I yth.
GREAT COMBINATION TROUPE
Now attached to tbla I ital llihment
IIIINDR n UN 1ILF TO OBTAIN AUMISSIONI
UNANIMOUS JXPRHSION OI
BY THE THOUSANDS PHI' SI NT.
IheiuMlcare reinectfully invited to read th.
Hat ot nratclaaa artlata attached to the Canterbury,
an 1 compare the nainra with any other Fatabllah
ment In Ametlca
ALL WILL APPr Alt TO NIGHT
W O I'AVl HAUUH,
DMMIANTV AND WARD,
J II DOUQIIEHIl,
THa. BOUUUETOe BEAUTY,
f An.l.llrt. of the f illowlnr I adlea
JtNNIt FOHR1ST, MAHl LOULSON, LOUISA
HUuLrr ir, riKi i la. naini imu, ii.L.Lk
lOHIIIST, MAGGI1 WILSON, NAOMI
I OH I F. K, 1- LI '111 NLK I1H KI1S, LUt Y
CLIK1UN, I JIMA KCIIILI, AND
In the Beautiful airy 1)U ertUiement of
TH IPOHTS Ol THE Vi Hill
"tiueeu u lit. roa. bud, garden ofguli,1
,41 lly aoileoa. In one "
NFW "U-MOPIAN ACTS D 1IIK
t nn ii-il ir liaio
Who will auoear Is. new Sonrs Dances, and F
travaanxaa Unci utl Lag,
rillW 111 &NAUI lir M1.AI I'
THE UIJAL IkVHKkVa
Till (.HOST I
TLaeulhe KreuUiK Iwitcrtaliiment combining
ur.nn(i. uinnti acio
Adnusslon 36 eetita
Drobcstra ,.,,, so cents
mvate Holes, naidingantjwrsona.... as
Dourr oiten at 7 o'clock, Ferformance to com
mence at s o'clock.
un Saturday Afternoon, at S o clock, on whuh
uv.asiuu vac uramt i'aniomime oi inr
HOirF THAI JACK RTI1LT.
ill lo perform ed at cheap prices
AuBiaaiuaa.a4iea jo csiu, (vOiiutau iv wuv.
trStniV'fi i rtcntiiTi n thliUPK OF
PERFORMING DOGS AND MOUKriH
Are cngag-cd, and wlU snortiy ajj.r
IJOAimiNU. A NUJIBElt UFO'
rt .i. .. .t., hA...l .r Nn mMarvlanl.
aveauolxtvucnVtOj au 1 a h.llau I Hlh atreeli,
i L U 1 O N.
.... in. MMsiV IA AltIA AVKNtJh.
Uetieen 3iat and 93d atroeta
muoiNU BY THE DAV UR LEK, Willi
OY t'LOTUINU WIS AHK NOW
in ri. ii t iti a laree assortment of nA anJ
lVrMpn .aiinthlQic of the lie veatatvlas. aultabla
ri r the ;roseut season for drew and lohool wer
sjs Vennsylvanla Avenue, tca
Ninth and TeuU atieeu,
,pr J-Ull (SlerhUuL,
JAMES 0. McQUIIU! & CO..
COMM.M.ONERS..aj., 0F VAttJABUS
and decree of th. Sunram. riSIi Tii tUiSHZ'Z.
Columbia, b..rlac date oa thi ith daV "l Aoril
ISM, tha aaderauVaed Comml.aloner.ande??! J
deerM, will aeU that valuable wharf property, aear
th. termlnu. of th. Lone Bridge. Gown T i.
' Lenox'. Wharf," being thfwhol. ot'suare "u".
bered no, having a fronfof JSJ feet I Inch oa Water
atrMt, S4I fMt S lachee. oa Math X .treet, 1st
feet to Inehe. .n Thirteenth atre.t we.t, and to
feet on Thlrteea-aadVa-hAlf .treet weat. aad con.
talnlng tf S4 aquar. feet, mora or l.ae. Th. water
front la Improved by a autxtautlal atone and dirt
wharf, and believed to tw tha beat oa th. entire
Alio, Immediately arter.w.. hall tell lot No S,
In Square No 3. froatlajr ft feat s Inetree on Mary.
j V.Vt' helween ThlrtMaUi aad Thirteen-
aad-a-half atreete, and ruaala, back about 70 fet,
Termiof aalet Oaahalf lneaahi th.r.malod.r
la ilx moathai th. ourahaaer or pnriaaer. clvlog
hi; or th.lr bond tor tha de'erred paymeat, with
atiaraatoryperaoaal aecurtty, end Wring later
eat from the day of aale. Oa raUScaUoa of th.
aal. by tha court and foil paymeat at tha purehaa.
mooey, a conveyance will b. mad. to th. pur
ehaaer. II th. Una. of aal. ar. aot compiled wllh la Bve
daya from tha day of aal., th. eommlaalooeri re
erre th. rlfht to tutll, at th. rick and.xp.na.
pf th. defaulting parchaaer, on on. week', notle.
la th. National latelllgenocr.
Coct of eonveyaaeee. laeludlac revenue atampe,
to be paid by the purahaaer,
JAMES F. HALLIDAY,
JOHN VAN RISWICX,
THOMAS J. FISHER,
KITED BTATE8 itllilTAHY
dri ice or Assistant QtrAaTxnHABTcn, (
Waiiiikotok, April 10, f84 I
AUCTION -Will be aold. on WEbNESDAY,
the 16th i day of May, at the Railroad Depot, In
tlexandrla, Va ,
600 Tone ol Old Railroad Iron.
100 Tona of Old Car Axlea,
ISO Tone of Cast Scrap Iron,
100 Tona of Wrought Iron
s Tons of Old Brass and Copper,
soo OH Barrels
Terms: Cash In Goternniant funds Tenftoiner
cent, to be paid at the time of purchase, the I al
aoct un uaiivttT y.
The orooertT must ba removed within tea dais
from date of sale. H. L, ROBINSON.
apis die captain and A. H of.
STORFS AT AUCTION.
W Ul be eoldat public auction, at II o'clock a
. on THURSDA1. Anrll Si. 1901. at G street
wharf, Uasbinicton, D t.the fol owing articles
of Subalatence stores, comlemoed aa unnt for uae,
3 las-sou tbla Fork, i.suibi Daeon. S.1K lhi.
M 119 200 Mia TlttL 11 l3C-lfd bbls Flour. IS.1M
t mn it.. cn. si.. ii mi tl . n:. iu ia, t
f.aiviu. (! Kill) ,int it s nitiC) ii'B ai
and O Coflce
Ulba Tea.S.OTJlba Drown Suiar.tl iba. White
33 gaiiona wnuuey, ess n Deaiecated rotatoaa
lMlba Dried Apples, 10 The Pepper Ml lba rr
eerved Meats. IB lbs Oa Tongues
lermsi cask, in uovernment funds.
apli-Tt Captain and C S.
E5lPT darrklsi fuftv barreu
Hill reoio at dudiw auction at Main srree
wharf, Uaahlngton. D C. on WFDNCSDA
AdHISO. at 11 o clock a tn.tlie follawtnr emntv
barrels, more nr less, vln
a uuu font .oarreis,
t.ooo Co (tee Barrala, (heavy,)
soo Whlekev Barrels,
IM Ham Barrela.
W Flour Barrela,
150 Molaaaca Barrela,
300 lnegar Caeee
Terms cash. In Uovernment fun Is.
apll-et Lieut Cj) , and C s.
SALE OF OLD, UNSERVICEABLE
Itiisr QvABTERMASTCm'sOrrirc, 1
Wasmihoton, d. c , Aprils, tsei )
Will be aold at nubile auction, at Saienth alicxht
wharf, In the city ef Washington, D U, MUN
va i , Apni in, iim, at iu o'giock am.
4H.UUU UL.IJ Anu uniKHVltEADLK UHAH
Successful bidders will be reoulretl to remove the
sacks within five days from the day of sale
Terms, cam, in uorernmeni iunua
D H RUCKMi,
apS-St Brig Gen and Chief Quartermaster
J ALE IJY THE UNITED STATES Oh
J BALLOONS AND FIXTURES.
CMIET QpAHTRM ASTERS Ur I t,
Depot or WAsiimaTOi,
Wasuinotoit, D C, April 8, 1SC1
Will be sold at Public Auctloo. at Uovernment
Warehouse No 0. Nsw ork avenue, bettveen
Flghttenth and Nineteenth streets, In the City el
U ashlngion, D C , on MONp U , April 13, 1M1, at
13 o clock m ,
seven uj naiiooas aou natures, tot oi mm ana
Rubber Hose. Gas (eneretora on wheels. Larbora
cf ltrlol, Steel Filing a, Copper ndfron Retorts
and Tubes, alves, fcc . to
successful Diaiders win te reauueato rrnic.e me
the articles within live (S) days from the dj oi
TERMS. Cash, in Government funds.
D H. RUCKER,
Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster,
apS-t Depot of Washington. D U
ALE OF CONDEMNED HORSES
Cmcr QOARTERUArrem's Orricc, )
Depot or Waiiiikotok, J
WAsmnaTOH, D C , March 39, 1861 )
WILL BE SOLD, at Public Auction, at tho Cor-
aae near the Obsenatory, In the city of Washing
ion, u t.oo ji.una.auAK, Aprua n, is, aou
on WElykSDAV, April 9oth. issi, a lot of
HORSL AND MULES,
condeuned u unfit for public eervice
'erma caan, lu ujrernmeni lunos.
Saletocommonu it loo'clock a m
D. H. RUCKER,
Brigadier General, tills f Quartermaster,
ni2-90t Depot Of Washington.
FOll SALE OR RENT.
piANO-FOnTK FOR BALE.
itoaewood Case ttven octane, mctalile frame.
sweet and powerful tune, and warranted for three
years, rrlce law Apply to
ap4 If No 130 Brldgo street, Georgetown.
70H BALK..-A LARGE, COMMODL
Ana. uroll.hnHt hntla. altitatjt.t let (tiak mnat
oua. welUbnllt house, situated In tha most
cslrabla oart of the eltv. for sale It Is well fur
utshrd, and the furniture will be told with the
nouse ai a great uargain inquire 01
wAnu 11 laAiuur,
Uultcd Statea Marshal, D. C, 410 F street, Wash
rpUE BUU8U1UUEU 1IAB UN HANI)
1 a lari. quaatltv ol OIK aad FINK WOOD,
thoroughly eeeaoueu aad la good ooadltlou, which
noiapreparouioaeuvcrio purcnaiera la aujp.ii
of the city, at reduced prloca Alao, Aulhraclte
aad Cumberland COAL, la quaotltlec to eult ptir
ohaacu Ordera aollclted at hla oevr Wood laid,
No. t Twellth atreot, h.leeo a. aod t atreeta
noa-tl r K CORukTT
TTUln)i8 KOH BALK.
AcoroerUt WW ronton Ta at .contain
loc JJ,M0 aquare feelol sround Iniprovrd 1 ) tore,
offlce., and rCilJence.iHonooI the lat loeatloo.
lor a lirat-cUaa hotel lo aahmeton 1 he whole
o( thl. eie.ll.at pror.rtye.a be purchaael fo.
.123 ooo-.U ouo caih, 1 alance on loos tHor
A floe D leu Krcldence oa K at , oppoclte
Iranklln fquare, U roomc.M by lis leet
to 10 foot i aved alley, atabla aod Carrie,.
houae " lo,aw
liilrable 11 Ka ou uiiiai,acar ra av , -.
by loo, 10 roomc . , Booo
Ilrtrk n.ildcoce on L at , 34 by 117, 10 rooroa,
.ood alalia S Coo
A auhilantlal Brick, ou 11 at bat. Sd aad Id,
IS by loo 8 roomc 4 110.
A aaus little Brick Houae, on L at , 1. by 100,
c roomc . . ,. ,11.1
Frame Dwellloc, IS roone, aad 10,aoo feet ol
aeat Frame Houae, on Itth it , IS by 10, .
room. I boo
One oa sth ct , bet N and O etc , t) l) IM,
rooma .. I 10t
Two Framea on N at bet 4th an I .th at. , IS
by 1W, t rooma, each , 1,100
fiulldlac Lota la all parte ofthe city
A number ntdealrable larmc (or aale
MITLlleXL k SON,
Heal Latata Broker..
aiSMl Soutlicaat cor Pa.aT. and l.tb at
RKAL ESTATE AND ITeNKKAL
M erybody ehould eelt m
N It M1LXJCR,
For a.i vaate aad r.al .atat.. Aceacy hu. .1 1 Muta
tract aear reaaayWanla avenue, (north )
Particular atuatloa paid to the renllnj ol ul
Uocc and Boardlac llouaee, storee. ae Keel -e
tate aad ath.r rroperty boujht and aold on com.
rropartThaUer. eaa obtain the I cit ol laaaata
""NTTh.lEl ol r.l.r.n sia wh.u r!ulr.d
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