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To ttt''rtrtnof th National Ita.
rj (Ilean nednetlon In Price.
Tromnl after Ike rel day of Aofaal.lMS.
tk prle of tn. Cult Rtrsiuoii will M
TIIBTT C.Bta per IBOBtB. C
Whii we raleed th, prfeo of our paper In Mji
ISM, we were toaptllod t that atev.oa .eeooBl
of tho Uereae, l lh prlee f labor ... notarial
o( til kind.. Tho toet of paper ' Wl ' "
eMerally rln th. rael -Mil. Too prteo of
labor bu lot fallea,a4 lk.ro ! probability
that w(M will bo roJoeod for eome tlaae to
com.. But, btlloTloi that wo .boll mow o largo
aec.uloo.tq ot ' obicrtborabx boWg lib.
oral W otr prlee., wo baio decided boob tko ro.
dnetloB named obOTO.
It la Ibo porpoeo of Ibo proprietor, to eoa
11... L, n.k. tko BarsBMCAX a - -dau new.-
papor, lnproTlag aa wo (0 oJ, fWloj more
attention to looal aod departmental aretra than
. barabwnabl.lodo la tho paat, bocatiio of
tko proooro of war nowa opoa a,
Tko apaoo aad Una korotoforo neee.iatlly
glreu to tko proronlgntlon of " blood jr balllo., '
obmb. and laad, will bo nock raoro agreeably
dorotod In tko fatoro to Ik. d.r.lopmoot of tb.
reeonreee of tko eooalry through tko earloua
banana of tko a.r.ral DepartmeBte of Ika dor
orom. at
Tko local nowa of Ibo ally will McoWo tb.
Mclal attoilloaof the proprietor, of lb, Rarea-
IICAK. Thoroogh aad aeenrato report, of all pub
lie aad noteworthy OT.nta In tko District will bo
promptly poblUkod.
Wo bato wad. erraag.m.nt. to bare Ibo Si
Publica dallt.rod promptly and regalarly to
onboenbtr. In all parta of tblt city aod Oeorge
Iowb. 8ob.erib.re will ooof.r A faror by
promptly notlfylag na of any romlaaBoaa on tko
n.rl of carrlara.
Wo reepeetfoUy aollolt from onr adrertlalog
frlonda a oonllnnallon of tkolr patronage.
LOCAL APFAinB.
Basb Ball TomtHAiiEST .The Atolitio
Wim tbb Ball. The match between the Aiiiletto
Ball Clab, of rhlladelphLa aod tke Ballooal of
WaaklBgton. reaalted In a algnal defeat to tke
latter, aa will bo aeen from tko following acoro
af the Innlniref
AlkleUci. Hands Lott.
Kllnfelder, tatch.r 3
MeBrlde, pitcher 2
Koack, 2d baao ,4
Wilkin., okort atop 3
Bnrken.tock. 1.1 baao 2
Lenngeao, sd baao.., ,..,4
X. Ouklll, oeatra Bold 3
Smith, left Held 3
C. Oaaklll, rlgkl Held 2
Sunt
10
10
8
10
11
0
10
9
10
...87
Total
A'oflOfUlIr
rarker, 2d baae
Gorman, eeatro fleld.,
Pronty, SdbaM
Waldron, akorl atop,...
ltertkrong, catcker
William., pitcher
Jamea,r gbtfe d
Teatmao, left field
Hlbbl, lit baa.
Hand lott. Jtunt
3 2
4 1
0 4
3 1
1 2
4 0
, 3 1
, 4 I)
3 1
Total.,
.11
This great dlsparlty.thls overwhelming defeat,
u BAt&Biir fAfsoanUd for. The National Club
has good players, and although they could hardly
expect to compeLe with dob from Philadelphia
aod New York, where these organlxatlons are
made op In good part of young men who have
Eractlced the game assiduously from early boy
ood, and where so many snch club exist, that
acrack club maybe made up of picked men ex
rertett of tb expert still snch a dtfeat as that
sattalned by our National yesterday 1 dlfflcoit
of explanation Tb Washington boys showed
some good play, bnt their competitors proved
thannaMiiTAi ma much their interiors at both bat
ting and fielding that they bore off the honor
The National took their defeat quite philo
sophically, and did not fall to observe Hamlet's
Injunction to see the "players well disposed
A supper was given to all the baae bailer at the
National Hotel last evening, where upward of
two hundred person eat down to a really sump
toons repast. When the " rage of huoger' had
been fairly quelled, the Intellectual feast began
Mr.S F.rcBcb, President of the Natloanls, wel
comed the guests of the occasion In an approp I
ate speech, aad Mr W F. Williams made a formal
i-.wt.iBtlnn nf (h hstl Won br the Athletics.
which was received by Col. Moore la behalf of
that club In an eloquent speech.
Hon Thomas Florence was railed out by his
old friend from Philadelphia, and responded In
ana I mnpoaiB w minnr
Mr. D B. Ward, Secretary of the Nationals,
read the following toasia ;
1 vrUn.ti bi "rftiiow.nltchers." a well a
catcher! Lotus drink to the noblest of sports;
may our hnUrprtu be ever aa Retire as now,
may our Mutual love for our Mhtetle and truly
Rational PatiUM be a ueep as me 4(iru,?,
may our watchword nver cease to be hurtw,
.. an. nnll.t W rf 1m tltf
2. The Army and Navy j Our defenders, afield.
arfloat, and at home; may God bless them and
their work, and may a ransomed republic and a
grateful people never forget either.
S Our renowned and victorious guest 1 May
iBorarurAfsuh h & ' hoiHC TUH Of PrUlPCli
tv. and mar their M score and their ahadow
never be lew. ,a .,,
4. To tne memory 01 our movriyreu iviuut.
The Assassin's bullet but added Immortality to
0 Ills Excellency the President : Aided by the
confidence and love of the people, may he com
plete the Immortal work hi Illustrious prede
cessor left unfinished. ....... ,
6. Farrull ToattLti as drink to the safe
return home of onr most wslcoj guests their
only " Aomj run that we can lot applaud
Col. Thomas FlUfterald, of the Phlladelph'a
City Item, made a happy speech, In which to
trmwtm an Btmilalmr aOaUjCallt of hU first Visit tO
Washington thirty years ago, a a member of a
voiuaieer mimry company u uuivvut
.1.. aj.ia..l tiv Hun. H. B French. L. A Go-
bright, Esq , of toe Associated Press, and others,
while Messrs Dixon andLldlcus.of the Athletics,
added to the test of the entertainment by sing
lug tome capital songs
The whole affair passed
art in thfl nieasantest manner possible, and when
U .. o,.r. tho tired leUpl.T.r. retired I to their
Deal mucn reiresatra m uiiu, .." p -In
body. The Atlantic arrived from New lork
thl morning, and the manly sport 1 to lo re
sumed this afternoon t
Tub Atulitics left the city In tho morn
ing train for Baltimore, where ther are to plar a
match with the Pastime Base Ball Club of tlirt
cltythla afternoon The Atlantic Club of New
York arrived early thl morning, and repaired
Immediately to Wtllard Hotel, but they were
subsequently conducted te the National Hotel by
a committee of the Nationals, who had secured
quarter for them at that hostlery
0 nuvKn'a Th BArni The llolman English
Opera Troupe made their first appearance at this
meaire laai evening, sou wro ttrnwi 1,7 miv
and appreciative audience The opera selected
was the "Child of the Regiment," and we were
very much pleased at the excellent manner tn
which It was rendered. Miss Bailie Helman, the
Prima Donna, 1 an artlat of a fine order, aod we
have yet to see her equal We shall attend again,
and endeavor to apeak more In detail of this fine
troupe To-night Bellini' beautiful opera, "The
Bohemian flirt, will be performed.
Fatal Accivkxt. A NytUrtoui Affair
Yesterday evening about ft o'clock, a German,
accompanied by a female, entered the restaurant
corner OI rourieeniu suu v .rccia, iaiBQ,; ton
whlla thsre a dispute arose between them, and
he threaUied to shoot her. While attempting to
draw a revolver, It exploded, the ball taking
effect In Ms leg, severing an artery, which re
sulted In hit death. The name of the man has
not yet been obtained. Hla body wa at the sta
tion house thl morning awaiting the coronor's
inquest.
1 Ml
Tub Skatok Hall Book Stori, corner of
ninth and D streets, kept by Messrs Brophy k
Buret), offer an axealUnt Cli-culndlnir Llbrkvrv.
and a well-selected stock of School Books, end
u iriu.iw asossssry ior icaener ana pupua,
Bouwd roR HoMK.Tbe 14th New York
heavy artillery, under command of Brevet Brlga
dler General B O Marshall, left the city thl
afternoon, bound for the Empire State They
were muttered out of the service on last Friday
Fbamk Leslie's Maoazii k for September
Just received and for sale by Bropby k Burcb,
Beaton Hall Book Store, Ninth street, near D.
Akt one having oooulon to visit a private
medlcaUastltotlon are advised to call on Dr.
Vellny.
A large and successful practice her and else
where enables htm to guarantee a perfect cure lo
all eases.
All visit and communication atrlctly private
and confidential. Person calling e no 00 bnt
tht Doctor. fvbl-tf
Soattnaoro Kaurkot.
lfoiflT71UM.j:-
FHoof fin bf loaf nftr to vKolaU operarfo.
mil, Ml fa. oMirortM afrufd. 1
ICorraaWo nolle, email lale..Tlt i 20 bag. Rio
trcta.,fcld6.allMfrta,udZ3d alaotli.
all for gold ,
"PtoCB-Wobear ofrnothli weriby of apeclal
remarki pnrktqalct,bal prl... ateady aa be
foro qooted.Yli: Howard elreel 8operand cnt
(tra 09. oOa r dy Ktlra 2flol6, a. lo quality
do. Family til: 0hl.8up.rlS.JU.' M; do.Kitra
SaSSOs do Family BlOoOJ Clly MIU Bnper
Bj.Ua, SO, do. ahlpping branda Extra 111.11 io,
Baltlmoro Family lf: 'aad do. 'Ugh grade.
HtHMt bkl. ..,, a
Unaiji. Wheat 11,000 boih.U wklla and 14,
600bBan.laredoff.redt prime aaraplea were In
limited .apply demand aetlTO, wltk .alee of
3,000 bnabal. while at 3atlgj,ea to ipalllr , ,(0
bn.bela rad at 1 fiOalZilfor n.wiandA60baRkela
(Z
prima old crop at M90 per baikel. Cora 18,000
bmbel. wblte and 0t10O bnihela yellow offered
01 WDlie Tory lime wao in boobo conomon;
vrllno drr aomBlo. of wbtto oold aahlffhaal 12a
VI. 13: 2,000 boak.la lnf.rlor brooght OOaOo
l.TOTlDniB.i. T.llow aoid ai oiaw peronanoi.
Oata 1L60O bnabela rooeWedt d.mand good,
with aalea of 370 bnihela old at Mo weight; l.sou
bnakela new at 41a43e raeacare; l,Kx bn.hela
do uwn weight ODoinfiao ai48a.ioe.
weigni, Cloaiog at mo oniiioe ngnre
MOLAiaaa-o aaieaio.uay,
rnoTllloaa Are In light aopplr. and prlcea
ateady aa before quoted, vlt Me.a Iork at -i2.on .
uacon nooniaera ai loci. ;oiavn at ici. ,ana
Uamlg3a33cta for angarenrd ; balk khouldera
atleUcta j aldea 174e Wrutprn Lard tta
titi e(a Dntter wo notice a. .ale of 20 pkgi,
Welnorn at 23 eta. per lb, .
8COAR Wan In demand, wllk aalea vt 415
bitiea l(o 12 llaeaoa at 13K eta f.11hhd Cuba.
for reflnlag. atllcta.,4 moo ; 10 hbda. do at
134 eta ! 84 hhda do at 13K cla , 30 dare! It
do. ISM eta ; SO hhda. Porto Rleo llXaUyjcti.
IA dn. I1U eta. 1 A da. choice 18U eta
1U
SALT laqnlet bnt ateady at S-IM for Liver
nool Float 0X23 for Oronod Alam ier eack. and
00 eta par bneb.l for Torke laland, for lota from
atore
Whibbt. Some Inquiry, with amall aalea at
Vi.n per gallon.
JBO T. BBOTBT. J0O . BCBCH
SH
BATON HALL IWOK BiUUE.
Corotr NINTH nJ P STREETS. No. tVMI.
On Door toitth of J h Yatii Cheap Dry Good
more. i
GREAT BAROAIltS
if
SCHOOL BOOKS.
SCHOOL REQUISITES,
ADD
STATIONERY
47 ExftinloA tbti
MEW SCHOOL REGISTER,
rEOPLES C1RCDLATIMO LIBRARY.
0g23-6t
FK RENT FAnflALLYFURNISUnD.
Tbo lat sd commoJloot reildenee
knowa a "Eer MJr,,, th property of Major
Charlea Dodfte. lituated at tht eaiUta oKtremUy
of Qeorgktown IIlghtit larroaoited by betatf
fully-lmproTeJ ground n, cxtetulra garden, pai
tore, e poaaeulDg alt modern !mproTmeatii,
lacladlof gaa and water, nd within flvo mlo
ntea walk of the city railroad. It la one of the
moet desirable location! In Washington or
Georgetown. Apply to
L AWHITELEY,
aa29-dlw No 802rnnylranlaTeoae
"WirfEH AND LIQTJOItB.
le (hf DOLLARS' WORTH OP GRO
IJiUUU CEHIES, WINES AND LIQUORS FOR
' SALE
The underslgnod. Intending tochange bis boat
ness, will offer for sale, both at wholesale and
mall, low for eanh, hla entire stock of Groceries,
Wines and Liquor I deem H unnecessary to
eou'nerate the articles, a they comprise a full and
complete assortment of such goods as are usually
kept In a first-clas Wholesale and Retail Grocery
Store. E. E. WHITE,
No 63 Louisiana avenue,
Between Sixth aad Seventh street,
Opposite Bank of Washington.
N B All goods sold on credit will be charged
at the regular prices anai-oiu
At C(l DOLLARS' WORTH OF LIQUORS
4UjUUy FOR SALE, The undersigned, In
tending to change his buslnesi, will offer for
sale, both at wholesale and retail, low for cash,
his entire stock or
WINES AND LIQUORS.
which comprises one of the largest, best selected,
and oldett stock In this city I enumerate the
following t
oO barrels Baker's pure old Rye Whisky, ten
yearn old
60 barrels old Monongabela Rye Whisky, seven
year old.
100 barrels Rye Whisky, three year old
SO do Gibson X Whisky
OO do
100 do
33 do
23 do
23 do
23 do
23 do
Bourbon do.
rectified do
domestic Brandy.
do Gin
do Rum
do Wine
Cordials, Bitters, Ae
& Xt. WIlllE.
No 63 Louisiana avenue, between Sixth
and Seventh streets, opposite tine
mnffi) 61 Bank of Washlnirton
"IMPORTED WINES AND BRANDIES.
300 bottles very line old London Dock and Pale
Brandy
300 bottles vary fine old Sherry and Maderla
Wine,
200 bottle superior old Port Wine for medicinal
nae
100 battles rerr fine old Jamaica Rnm
00 bottle very fine old Rye and Bourbon
Whisky.
CO case Rye and Bourbon Whisky, In quart
and plat bottle, one aod two doieu in each
case Domed oy jonn uiuson, Eton a uo ,
nf Pfalladelnhli.
W baskets Piper and Charles HeldMeck Cham
pagne wine,imponeti uy uenania rraa
cols, and Bayard it Berard, of New York.
23 demijohns, containing ono gallon each,
Chilllnsworth Sherry wine, very old and
flue.
AL60, ON DRAUGHT
Sherry, Madelra.'and Port Wine, Holland Uln,
Jamaica It urn, Scotch Whisky, Brandy, Whisky,
Cordials, Ac.
For sale by E 1 WHITE,
ho 03, Louisiana avenue, between blxth
and SeveutU afreets, oppohU the
au29 6dif Bank of Washington
T?XTRA FINH OLD RYE WHISKY.
100 DEMIJOHNS VERY FINE OLD RYE
WHISKY, each demijohn containing. Ave gal
Ions A celebrated physician, who ha used this
Whisky, pronounces it to be the purest and Quest
he has ever seen, aad he recommend It highly
for medicinal use. For sale by
E. E. WHITE,
No. 63 Louisiana avenue.
Between Sixth and Keveuih streets,
au20-d etlT Opposite Bank of Wash' u
1NX.W 3JOOICB.
SCHOOL BOOKS,
SCHOOL BOOKS
Don't forget that the place to buy your
SCHOOL BOOKS
Is at the
OLD HEADQUARTERS,
Corner of bEVENTIl AND D ST KELTS
We have Just received full supply or
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY
You will Ind It to yeur interest to call at
Corner SEVENTH AND D STREETS,
W. D SHEPHERD
QUICK SALES and
SMALL PROFITS
Is still vur motto auK29-2w
-pj- E w BOO K S .
The Story of theGreat March. By Brevet Major
G. W Nichols Oue of the most Interesting
volnmes yet published on the campaign of bber
man. l,73.
The Kolghtly Soldier A biography of Mai or
Henry Wrd Camp, 10th Connecticut volunteers,
by Chaplain II Clay Trumbull. $1,73
Just pablUhod. slid for sate by
IIUD&ON TAYLOR,
Bookseller aud Statluner,
au2S 6t 3-14 Peno sve
LETTER PAPER AND NOTE
printed to order, Note, Letter, and Official
Envelope, plain or printed to order at short
notice HUDSON TAILOR,
Boukoeller and (stationer,
au28 Ot 3J4 Pennsylvania Avenue
ROOMS AND BOARD WANTED Two
room and board are wanted In comfortable
Inarters.by a gentleman with hi wife and child
ddreas Ripley, KircBLiOAB OBce, for terms, lie
J 18 F F
fVQ UPHOLSTERERS AND FURNITURK
-A- DEALERS
We are coastantly In receipt of all grade ot
Horse, Cattle aod Hog HAIR, MOSS, TOW, 4c ,
for Mattrasse and Cushions, which are offered to
Manufacturer and Dealers at wholesale price
curreatlaNew York
JOHN R. ELVANS A CO .
Dealer U Upholstery, Hardware, &o ,
au2-eom SQ9 Pa. ay. "d La. T,
A.UCTJBEISnTZaiV'X'tS.
R 0 V W B ' T IIJ'A'B'B ","
,-" itiii rr
;'....r....imi.t
.n.Aetlnf MaBager
..i ....Trcuarei'
Leonard GroTOr.,,.,,.,
CJD.II4H,.. .....!,. I.
v. il. uoaa., ..!, (
Tke renowned and orerpopnlar
HOLMltf EXOLISn 0PIR1 TKOUPK,
were greeted laat evening by a
CROWDED ABD PASUIOHARLS AUHIIMCE.
Tbey will appear again THIS KVENIflll 'rre
aanUng Bellini1. Faniooa Opera,'
IX SOMKAUBULA,
aod Ibo orfglnal eomlo operetta, written ex
preaaly for too Holmana, entitled
MRS PAUT1ROTOS. OR HOMI FOR THE
HOLIDAYS, BBS)
WABlflNGTON TUKATIIE
DRYAHT'B MINSTRELS.
FOUR NIOMTS UORE
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND
TIIUR8DAY, Aog. IS, 2, 99, nod 3U
At the earn out aolleltatlon of a lame nauber
of patron, and In order to eomplr with the
The nboTe celebrated coin pair will appear
FOUR EVENINQS LONOEU,
when they will tntfodoe aa oillrely
NEW PROGRAMME,
Replete with all the Ut.t
OEMS Or MINSTRELSY,
AdmUatoa 00 cntn. Orchestra chain 70 cents
Secured Heats In Orchestra al.
Box Ofllee open al the Theatre from 0 lathe
morning until A In the afternoon
Open at 7, commence at S o'clock, rrlrato
Boxes to. Balcony chairs 73 cent
J. P. SMITH,
an2S tf Baslntae Manager.
rpOUKNAMENT EXTRAORDIN'aRY""
THE PINEY BRANCH RACE COURSE,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1863
HORSE RACING 1
FOOT RACING II
SACK R AC I If Q It!
BrAKRiniJiiiT ana
CLUB EXERCISES tlllt
The Cttlient of Washington and the Public In
general are rcipccfultr lo formed Hist
a niiiin TniiRN.URNT.
Confuting of Fiiie aad Gymnastle Exercises,
will take pl-ce at the above Coate oi
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31st,
When the followlol'ntotsrrti will take placet
pnoatAMME
A P.UNN1NO BACK
Of hkUtv mMti tr.ali the following entries I
HARNEY COLLINS enter KentaeLy ColL
Mr, HOWELL
sorrel horse J.m,
Mr KELLY
MICHA'.L CRAGIN
Mr 0 feUiTII
Mr. WALKER
Mr. MOTCB
J. WILLIAMS
Nellie Wash'njton
tor el bo se Thunder,
sorrel Sialllon.
bay Gelding,
roju Stallion
bUck m.tre Hi
Alio, a sack j.ace run A l'UI.SX.,
with thefo'lowiog enalM)
Mews Barney Boeoelly
Barney CoHlns.
Edwa-dFiIi.
" JametM'ller.
41 William Belt.
" J.Brown.
After which
A HALF MILE FOOT RACE FOR A PURSE
BltTfttES:
Charles Hurdle, Lew Whipple,
Thomas Saowden, Soldier Bby.
C1CO BXRBCISKS,
AmiRirt' uaruiiOKb
The whole to conclude with a grand trial of
axiii oy tneiouowinj
ATHLITK1'
Johv Wapd aod a. McGcirk,
jonv 1oach sou un. aiclto,
TiioUAiiouArTT end BrascsfiTAtBict
The arran.eueatvof the Exhibition are per
fect, and aeltheiM me nor moner wilt be spared
toiende" tblihe wo t successful of any ever
offered be 'ore luepnul e iu the Dlsirict
AB1a51Baadw.lt be n a.teud mce to render
the proceedieTi barmon'orti, aod the ipor.s will
commence at J o'clock p eclsely.
N B Should the wouber prove Inclement,
the Exhlb.tlon sv.lt be postponed till T0E1DAY,
Beptember J noil
. AAV AOlUMOliqa.
A6UIKUTON MILITARY AND
NAVAL CLAIM AOENCY.
W
O BCHDT,
Late of tbo Pay Depart't
A B. OCBHIB,
LateCapt 93N.Y.Inf.
BUNDY & OURNEE,
223 Pennsylvania avenue, (opposite WHIard'i)
ORDNANCE, QUARTERMASTERS,
COMMISSARY, BOUNTY,
BACK FAY PRIZE MONEY,
HORSES LOST OR KILLED IN SERVICE,
And all Claims against the Government speedily
collected and promptly remitted.
Money advanced to OOcers during settlement.
Jyi-iy
pLOSE, CORBETT AND MONROE.
JAMES T. CLOSE,
Late Colonel 16th Va, Vol.,
F. E, CORBETT,
of New York,
W A MOl" ROE,
Late of War Department.
ATTORNEYB.IT 8 C'-AIM, TBAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE ACEX'i ',, SOLICITORS
OPPAfENTL
AU business entrusted to oar care will be at
tended to with prompt nesi and fidelity.
Ornci No 227 Pennsylvania avenue.
Opposite Wlllard Hotel,
Jyl-tf WathlnTton. D C
TJOBKRT LEKOli,
(Late Solicitor of th OBce of th Auditor of the
Treasury fo-the To tOce Department.)
ATTORNS -AT-LAW AND SOLICITOR OF
CLAIMS,
OBce, 476 Seventh street.
Opposite th Post Oflre Department,
Writilo7ton D 0.
Will practice tn the Com .t of tue D.tuct of Co
lamb .4, the Coa of Cla mt, aod the fannreme
Cour or tae Uu icd Stale, and Will g.ve ompt
itUnJon to tue prosecution of tla'mt and t ie
adju .ment of accounts la all the Deport tue at of
me uoveiinicet
Oflee,476 Seventh street, opposite Post Oflc
Department ded
T 0 UN JOLLIFFB.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR A,T LAW.
Office on the no-iheait corner of F and Fifteenth
streets, opposite the eatt entrance of
tbeT.eatary Building,
WasbtnsTotCity,
D. C
Attend especially to claims npon th United
State. Jyl2 ly
WILLIAM UKLUICK,
(LaU Chltf Cfett rtujion Oflc.,)
ATTOBBBT AT LAW ABD B0UC1T0A Ot CLAIM,
Off io. No. 18 Federal Block, cor. 7th and F ats .
Opposite the Post Office Laltdlag. Wabwtngtou
City. D. C. Will practice be.'ore all the Courts la
Washing to 1 City aad attend lo th settlement of
all kind of claims agalaat the Government before
any of the Departments.
Ksbsbbbob 1 Th Senators and members of th
Sflth Congress ; Messrs, Jat Cookb A Co , and L.
Johjisob A Co ,Bankr, Washington City, D. a
npll-tf
TT0F17MAN HOUSE,
BROADWAY, CORNER OF TWENTY-FIFTH
STREET,
NEW YORK CITY.
MITCHELL, READ, AND WALL,
PROPRIETORS
Tho HOFFMAN HOUSE 1 conducted upon the
plan of the best American and European Hotel
It combine all the modern Improvements neces
sary to the greatest comfort of guests that art,
Ingenuity and liberality can possibly devise and
produce The bill of fare for the table embrace
vry variety and delicacy afforded by th Amer
ican market, In their season.
Jplt 4, I6S3 Jlrt tf
'('HE BALLARD HOUSE, RICHMOND,
A. VA , REOPENED
The undersigned takes pleasure tn announc
ing to the former friend and patron of thl
FAMOUS HOTEL and the travelling publle gen
orally, that It has been REFITTED and NEWLY
FURNISHED THROUGHOUT In magnlBient
style, and no pains or expense will be spared to
give satisfaction to onr guests or to maluutn the
reputation auatajned, by the establishment la Its
palmiest day. r
augtS lia
M. D. MAINE & CO.
atjcttion eAXiX:,
UOTldK'
balW OPliosriTAr;1
iyiOTERTYr f
Mbbicai. PrariToaUprrici
WaiiiiI4iito. n C.J. An trait 27 I860
Will Id .A ...til tt.m haIiobi In lhl
! city,
on EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, commencing
SEPTEMBER 7. rrox.. at 10 o'clock a n , at
Jfldtdary fixture Warehoa-OoFirth and 3treta,
aa aoctloa sale of Hospital inrnlture, Bedding,
4c , which have been used In the aoTemment
sMTlce. These sales will embrace many arti
cles of a serviceable character, and the attention
or Hotel Keener, Proprietor of Steamboats, and
other, la called to them.
Termn Cask, at time of aale,
Baccensfnl bidders mrfst remote rhelr pur
chases within forty. eight (18) hours from date of
aate If not taken away within that time, the
articles wilt be resold at the next eubeciuent
sale, at the risk of the Iral pnrchaser
C SUTHERLAND,
angZ) tf Snrgeon V. B.A , Med. Purveyor
SALE OF HOSPITAL BEDDING,
FURNITURE,
Mi men, PcaviToa's Officf, I
WAsittiiuTdv. 1) C . An trait t 31. 186.1 I
irill I.. -It a '1 II. ..al.. .. TtlltlfQItiV
I ill vbj nm git nyuiifj lutHVUiUH a nuitui'nt ,
tho 7th of BE1TEMUEU. at Jadlclary Siuare
warenooses, tirin, and jssireeiii a iyo ciock,
A LARGE QUANTITY OF SERVICEABLE HOS
PITAL PROPERTY,
embracing Blanket-, Shae.s Counterpane. Mt
tresses. MoMtinlln tl.rs. lillows. -Chairs. Kath
Tuba, Refrigerators, Tta Basins, Wooden Buck
eia, iM-asiae jsoies, sic
At the clone of tb sale will be sold 3,(KK) Good
and MX Damaged IRON BEDS TEA I S
Terras Cash, at time of sale
Soccesifut bidders nut remove their pur
chase within fortyelght (4$) hour from date of
aale If not removed within that period the arti
cles wilt be resold at the next aubsequeot sale,
at the risk of the first purchaser
C SUTHERLAND,
Surgeon U.S. A and Medical Purveyor
au29-U
J70R
SALE.
CUATTANOOQA ROLLING MILL.
War DKPArTMtiTT. Orrici
-or DiixecTon akd)
r.tlUar.tAiMU H, J
1, July 31 isai )
Oeji'lMaiahl op ill lit a tT
Wltntvi tot. D O .
Pronoiali w llberecrlvrd at thin oOlto until U
o'clock, noon, on WEDNE3DAY, Sen.cmbcr 11,
lS0.1,lo PQiclia e the Un'tcd Statet M liUry P.alt
roadP.olltn3MiUlCiutianooS'tfTaneitoe,wUh
the mschluciy, I00N balldlnt, flxlnrc and
trac. connrcllnj tue iolliniMill w.lU the Nash
ville and ChjtUnooza Iltttlioiid
The milt And machinery conlructed to re-roll
railroad Iron are cntlicly new, and of tho most
approved character
for 111 11 (adcriiHioa atu aruuiui opflraiiuo,
rspaclly, .'c , apply, in peron or br letter, to T.
W YAUDLUY, Saperioleodent, Chattanooga,
Tennessee.
All bids should be endorsed, "Proposal to
purcnate unauaaooga Rolling 11111."
Brevet Brigadier General,
Director and General Manager,
ao7 eotd Military Railroads U S
13TtJCATIONAX..
GONZAOA COLLEQE, F, BETWEEN
Ninth an I Tenth street, will be reopened
for the admission of Stndeot the flrt MONDAY
lo beptember, the 4lh The accommodations for
the comfort or the Student have been roacU Im
proved, Gomaa Hall having been fitted up w'th
Class-rooms, Hall, etc The Classical as well as
the Mercantile Branches or the College will be
enlarged The Rhetoric Class will be taught
with a particular attention to English eloquence,
History, etc The German as well as tho trench
languages will be free or extra charges Natural
Philosophy aod Chemistry will Torm a part Of the
education of the more advanced Students. The
Mathematical Branches, Practical Engineering,
and Draughting will be added More particular
attention will also bo bald to Book-keeping and
nan kid uusmess uymnasiics win ue iingoi
during the recesses and on holidays Charge,
IS per quarter of cloven weeks
1) 1. tV .UXal, D J.,
au23 dtf President
UNION FEMALE ACADEMY, CORNER
FOURTEENTH and NEW YORK AVENUE.
Ita Sixteenth Annual Section commences Septem
ber 4, 18C3
Circulars at the Academy auzwm
piIEQARAY INSTITUTE,
No. 70. MADISON AVENUE. NEW YORK.
French and Entillxb Board Inn and Day school
for young ladis This Institution, founded In
New York 1SU will reopen September 20, under
the direction of Mme. L B. PREVOST
au21-lmd
I FREDERICK FEMALE SEMINARY,
FREDERICK CITY, MD.
This Inst tnt'ou bavin? piicd Into the lands
of the uudersljocd (laie propilrtor of YoaQj
Ladles' Institute, Wjlmlngion, Del ,) will ro 11
meoceltilwenty-flrit Bttholafticyear on MON
DAY, the4ili of September
lor citcularvaud o her Inrbimatloq, addrcasi
IUV 71103 M CANN A M ,
au17-eo2w President
"IHEOARAY IN
1IEOARAY INSTITUTE.
ENGLISH AND FltElCII BOARDINO AND DAY
bCilOOL 10RYOUNO LAIUK.S,
Noe. 13J7 and 1 2) bruce atreet, Philadelphia,
Will reopen on
WEDNESDAY, SEl-fEMURC $, 163
French Is the language of the family, aud Is
constantly spoken In the Intitule
For circular and partlculart apply to
AIAUA&lfi U'llLKVlLUY,
anll-Sm
Principal,
THE YOUNQ LADIES'
DEPARTMENT
NATIONAL NORMAL INSTITUTE AND COM-
MblaUALCOLLLGb.
4S1 Ninlh Mrrcl, will icopcu MONDAY, Septem
ber 4, 0 o ilotk, a ro Spee at Hieot on i hero
paid lo LUtintioo, on the n tnclptet of Dr. Rath
and Prof Bronoo, w..U Worvctci's ) enuncia
tion; Liberal and Lloaot Peuinmli1p Look
keeping, Compot tlon and RhetoiiC, Phy lulojy,
Hygeue, iiud ihel'ailtun pioiuiuiUtluu of the
1 tench Ljdlciaie iU tlloed fo teachers, and
granted diploium etroidlo; to tcbolaishlp l.ef
erencet Bivea at tie Co'leje,
N B Ueatleinea'i tint et si now open dully
G.W,WOOLtLV, M, D,
aul6 2w Principal
PROPOSALS FOR FUEL.
HotTSE Or KirRaWKSTATIV fcS, )
WAsimhutoB, D V , Sent 1,186.3 I
Sealed proposals will be received at the Clerk's
Office, House of Representatives of the United
states, until i RIDAl, the 20th day of beptember,
A D lSd-3,at 12o clock m .forfurnlshlugfir the
ue of the House of ltepresentatlve 700 ton
12,210 lbs ) of best Anthraclto Coal, c tual to the
laltlinore Company's CoalNo. lor large et,g
site
loOcordsofbest Baker 'iPloe Wood, (oteasonod )
fiO curds of seasoned Oak to lengths of two feet
W " Hickory " '
The whole to be delivered Into the vault of the
Capitol by the first of November ensuing, under
th direction of theChler Engineer, w lth whom
satisfactory arrangements must be made for
weighing and measuring Satisfactory security
for the performance of the contract will be ro
nulred Proposals hould be directed "To tho Clerk of
tho House of Representatives, ' and addressed
"Proposals for Fuel "
JkUlVAUU aUCt'IltUlQU 1,
au23-w4w Clerk or th II R , U. S
C
R
N H. MILLER,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
OFFICE, NO fill NINTH STREET WEST,
Near Pennsylvania avenue,
Would respectfully In'oim bis friends and the
public generally ih a he it now attending to all
legal buiue such at administering tue Am
nesty, at well at tl other oaths, Bnwlii
Leases, Deed", Wi'lt, Power of Attorney, Laud
lord and Tctunt Whet, Ac , ic
Legal advice given In all Us branches without
charge
49- Particular attention paid to the collection
oilebt and claims in general Je24 tf
N'
OTIOE TO TAX-PAYERS.
CoLLBcroit'a Oficb, City Haii. )
Wamiixitoy, D C , An?u t2 Ud,
The rale of tax for the year lSdl hat Uen
fixed at one dollar on the hundred dol'ars
Under the law adlcoun' of ten per ceut Usl
lowed upoe all taxes paid on or before the 21st
day of Aiigiut, inhtunt
The abatement therein named will not I e al
lowed upou the taxei on property already Iu
arrears for kuer it purposes, until 1I such ar
rearages are paid , WM DIXON,
au3 eudl Collector
C.
T R 0 W E N ,
HOUSE, SION, AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTER AND GLAZIER,
No. 61 Lontalaua avenue, between Sixth aad
Seventh streets, Washington, D, C.
4jrJobblog promptly attended to.
ATJOnON gAJLVEB
SALE Or'GOnNi'TTllUILDINaS
AT CAMP BTONEMAN.
Cniir OffiiTisM irria's Orrica, )
Depot or Washixutos,
Wahivotox, D C , Ang. t 186-1. )
Will bo sold at public aucllqn. en the premises,
under the direction orCaptala J. II Crowd!, A
Q M, on MONDAY, beptember A, 186.1, at 2
o'clock, p m.
SIX FRAME BUIDINGS,
erected by tbo Government at Camp Stoneraao,
nearOIkSBOUO', D C , being of the following
dimension, vli .
Four (4) one-story Barracks, each 31 by MO
feet
One (1) two-story Hospital Bntldlog, 32 by 148
feet.
One (1) twostory Officers Quartern, 32 by 81
The buildings will be sold aloalr, to the high
est bidder, and mutt be irmovrd f 01a (jprm
Ises within ten (10) day tioui the dale of smIo.
Tertuit Cash, In Ooveisraent mod
D H PUCKER,
Bvt MaJ Con. and Chief Qiaefmaster,
aulMH Depot of Wattblngton
n LOSING SALES
J or
GOVERNMENT HORSES AND MULES
QcAkTBaMAfcTia Grxrral'h OrricK, (
Wasbikutox, D.C , Aeguat 21, 1SU (
Will be sold at public auction, duilng the mouth
of SEPTEMBER, to the highest bidder, at the
time and place named below, vlit
NEW YORK.
New York city, Tuesday of each week, 100
Horse each day
New ork city, Thursday of each week, 200
Mule each day.
PENNSYLVANIA.
Philadelphia, Thursday of ench week, 100
Horse each day
Philadelphia, Saturday, September S, and
Wednesday and Sat ui day of each week there
after, 100 Ma lei each day.
Pittsburg, Thu'sday and Friday of each week,
to Seitember 23, Inclusive, 13) Mutei each day
Harrlsborg, Tneiduy of each week, lWMulei
each day
Maucn Chunk, Thursday, September 7, 2oo
Mules
Indiana, Tuesday, September li, l.W Mules
Grceusburir. Thnrsdav. September 14. IV)
Horses
Reudlng, Thursday, September It, 200 Mules
Altoona. Thursday, September 2, 10 Horses
INDIANA
Indianapolis. September 11. 13. 13. 23. 27. and
23, 1 V) Ho rues etch day
inuiansnous, sepiemoer 1. it, anu 10, im
Mules each day.
ILLINOIS
Chicago, September d, 7, t, 10,21, 23, JO, 130
Mules each day
Chicago, September 4, 6,8,19,20,22,29, IV)
Horses each day
DELAWARE.
Wilmington, Tuesday of each week, 150 Mules
each day
Wilmlogton, Friday of each week, 100 Horsei
each day
NEW JERSEY
Trenton, Tuesday, beptember J 130 Male
Trenton, Tucsdi y, Sen ember 19, 130 Mates
MA P. Y LAND
B iltlmore, Tuurdny, beptember 7, 1 V) Males
Baltimore, Thur day, beptember 21, 10 Mules
jiiiauui.i
01 iqbi. luiirtuxT, oincinorr I, man turusy
andTuu. day of eacu wccL iiiercaricr,2O0 3Iulei
each day
rtAnsA?
Fort Lravenwor h, couimeuc ng Tuesday, Sep
tember M And cooiloulu theieafier at snch
timet a, tire Depot Quaiieriaavter may designate,
2 000 Males
aiLBORO. D C
Tdevlsy and Thursday of each week, 100
Hoiiev eji.li day
No sale 0 Ilnlri wilt take place at
WASIIl.NCTO.V, 1) (J
The animals to lie old m beitlember are suie
rior lo any he clu'oie oBeicd to i.ie public the
majoiiiy of them aie oound and Kervneuble
( fXj)cle I ihrit at t ill tin ottlm ttlt ii
mtntlii (low.iirtt'itt n it nnt tcltt LettiM,mnt
f Hay, a ii 1 ihnvfo 1 it vat t thernttlcc nf
inn (fi ojuHttii ,mi f vtirrMtse
Anlm .1 will bo oold tla.ly.
Riles tocomnienco at 10 a m
Term caib. In United biate rnrrener.
JAMES A EKIN,
Brevet Brigadier General in charge,
au23 te29 llrst Division Q M 0.0
SALE OF GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS
AT ANNAPOLIS JUNCTION, MD
IlBADQOArTKRS DEFlirfUBtT Of WasHIXOTOX, )
orrni or tiuer QcAtTtruAnTiiU,
WASHlXiiTO.., D C , Au ,ul 2J, 15J3 )
Wilt be Hold, at pn l c auction ontuepreml-
oi nnilr IIim il irt in t nf Malnr J mp nl.iiii
A U M, oa UONDAl, Hereruler-t IPO. at U
o'clock, u , Twenty- eve d ante LiiiM 01,
coiuPtibin tboe Ltioivu at toe Rut sou U S A
uenerai iiopnuiat Aeaupoiit Jdocuoo, uaiti-
more and Oli't
0 K 1 Md tit ollows
Seven (7) one utoiy LoHUiu,
102 JO feet
beveu in uo do
GnxiOfcet
04x20 Teet
02x10 feet
.Ux 10 feet
12x1 2 fret
00x3) feet
Four
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
One
One
One
One
do.
do
Oue
(I) Ice Home
llx Sfeet
Four (4)iin 11 8 irdt of vaiiout dimension
Also, one Uilrh Hike ovcj, 10x10 feet
The tjuHJlQ '1 will besotdlutilV. lollioliljh
est bidder, and ittPot be lemovrd f.um the prciu
lex Within teu dayt fioiu the day of sale.
Terra t Cutti In Ooreinmegt fiindt
M I LUDINGTON,
Colonel aad Chief Qasciermatier,
an21 Is Depiiiruentof Wa.liln-Un
SALE Or GOVERNMENT IIUILDINHS
AT CARER, EMORY, AND STONE HOS
PITALS. Cmir QL'AnTEim A'Trn'n Orncs, )
DkPuTOr WjUBIBIiTO'.,
WAMliv.itov, I) (J Au,n.tlMS01
Wilt be sold at PU1ILIO AUCTION on the
preml'-et, un lor the dhoti on of Captain J H
Crowcll, A Q M ,oofUL5DAY, Au.utt20, ISti),
at 10 o clot n lit ,
SlXir-NINE lKAMEEUlLDlNTS,
erected by iue ( ovc otoejt, at Carver Ho Pits).
llaatcd near Pojr.ccnid and Pound uy kI rett,
wsMainj od, i ; , anu 01 tio lo'towia uimen
s ont v x
I i.y Toei (01) Winds each HI br SO Teet
One (I) Oditrit' iii erN0liy luiftct
Th ce ( ) Me i.iJI,, culi 21 hv l.o fret
Tlnce () K Uuea , e 10 Jl by ojiut
tine (II Ltiiodi r, 2t iv oJ fret
One (I) Co in bj Mtuiy b o rhoo o Id by 70 feet
One (1) (I taidiiou'-e, Id ur to re
Oue (I) OSkn 1 (e HI by 49 feet
Oue(l)buule liuvll ret
One ill btoienou e. 17 uv Jl itet
Twelve (12) iu 11 II Oui huild ugs, and about
0i.1u11.et01 icnce
Theie w II al-o be -od on WEDNESDAY,
AU.U. iAI J3 ll'UOIIUItK ro.
TWENrV-IOUl, IPAMb LUILDI.NOS.
lo, ether With Oil houc4, leuce, Ac , erected
uy tue uotoinuciH m
1M01.V HOsI'ITtL.
kituitrdou C fcticci tou J hr wrru Seventeen li
and N oeleea. J blircli ra Wau o,iou, D C ,
helu, of 'he fo'l iniuA d uiejt on Vti
1 we've II ) Wa ui,cib 3ihr 1 mi feet
Oue (I) Olae h i 1 trrt, ) v l7 ifet
Ooe (I) I ju id c iM e 1 2 uy 100 ftet
Oje(l)Lti4d v, 21 uv jl et
One () ldJ 11 -ooin 2 iv A) fitt
Due () Btr rs 25 or H rrj
Tin re ( I Guard iuii c ejtU 1 1 by IU fett
I1.1 (11 llPnit linilki. 10 iv M lrl
Two (2) btable each It br 16 feet
Ouo (I) Cooks' quirter-i, 16 by 21 feet
ALSO,
WIM be Mi'd 01 (I e piemlsct, oa SATURDAY,
Augat3l 1Sj 10 o'clock a m
0S ( ) 1T.ME I)AM:A( R
21 by 10-i f 1 Ojjcthe" w U four () mnall Out
bultdfn t u rd n hione Ho ptiiil nearThlr
tun 1 u ill 1 ! in -i "if btraxtt Wuvli nvliin 1) 1!
The bulla J.iff li be sold .njv lo tho highest
bid ler, sud innt be tetiiored liom the premises
within ten (U'J ujy,t nuui aate ur sate
Terms Cah, In Government funds
D H RUCKER,
Bievet MaJ Gen and Chief Quartermaster,
sail in weiot oi vauiiiK.uu.
u
NITED STATES MILITARY RAIL
ROADS
OrntKor A-i tnt Qi it iriiuA-Ti.B,
Wi h iox DC, Iiv21, 1 0. t
AUCTION hALE HI LOLL .0 bTOCK
Will bo -o'd Hi I'Ub'ic HUltiO to the highest
blddCI li 0 ''iiwIlU loll lt)f IOlU
Ou lOLiDAY hepicmber P, t the Portland
Co s Shop In Pou laud, M ilne.bix (0) Locomo
tive hu mi
Oa IHU'bDAY, September Cl, at Kmkiy &
Will' uu- bliop, In Lofton, Mass , lour (4) Loco
motive bu luct,
Od MONlHY, September 2 , at Kennel siure,
near Pullidclpti' i Penu , 1 1'ljr (mi) U i lullit
Cars, fn1 o rl.ht-und a tia' itn - e
OnWEDWEiDlY, beplem h '7, W hnlnj
ton IV 1 Llntny-four (1) Box In I, it ( urs, flvo
fl)l)l kit tip,"
The above stock Is all new, aud of the very best
quality
Tim Engines are Ave ftet gua.e five ft
driver, nod cylinders Hx2t incl et lliey can be
chained to usrrow guageat a tilfllog eKjeuso
hab to commence at 10 a iu
Thiiu Cash In Government fuuds
II L KOBINbOV,
J;2o-ti Brevet Colonel and A 1 M
AXJCmOTt BAT-TCW.
SAI.B OP T11RKK OOVEBKMKT--.
FRAME DUII.DISaS.
Cmr QoAaviamaTBE'e Ornci,
'1CB, )
uiroT or washivotox,
Wamixoto. D C . Aiirust m. ifuu.
Will be sold at nnblle snctlon. aa th tirmUa
nnder the direction of Captain J. H CroweH, A.
Q M , on SATURDAY, September 2, 1&6J, at 6 30
p m.
THREE FRAME BUILDISGS.
situated at the corner of Eighteenth an J I streets,
Washington, D.C , and being of the following
dimensions, Vlli
une ill iwo4iory narraca, zs nywiwi
One (I) two-story Uarrick,30by 43 feet,
Onn Ml nnn.ktavv RnlldlDtf. 21 br 40 feet
The building will be sold slnzly to the higher
bidder, and must be removed from the premise
wiinin in aays irom oate or saie
Terms cash. In Government funds
D. II RUCKER,
Brevet MaJ. Gen and Chief Quartermaster,
au2i-9t Depot of Washington
ZREAT BALE OF GOVERNMENT
-A HORSES AND MULES
23,000 ANIMALS TO BE SOLD DURING THE
MOITII OF AUCU-jT.
In the State of New York, PennrlvAnU, Ohio,
maiana, ieiaware, siaryiaoa, ana aew
Jersey, and the District of
Columbia.
QlTARTXRlfAITftB CrviRit. Ornci,
Wi-HtXnTor, D C,JnrrtI,ISC3
Will KeMi'dat poblie aut..Ioe lodie hthejt
bidder, at the t uie and pi a r named below, vli
NEW YOCK.
New Yotk eliy, lue-d y and Friday of each
week, 200 Hor r e " h day.
New YorL itty, Wednesday of each week, X)
Mu'eveaih djr,
Elm1ri,1ur dar,AuU t6,201 Hor es
Elm ra, lur dar, An n 1 11, -H) Mules
Albitny, T idr, An;u 1 2 3T3Mr'e
Buflalo.Wtrdnf il r An n- ,AK) Mule.
I'EVN&ILVANIA.
Phlladelnblt, Ihuixltiy or each week, 2k)
Hor et nieli dy.
IMiIladelrtliIa,Wcdoeday and 8aturdayof each
trerlr. 100 kla)m rm h djr.
Pat-.bar.il, Thni-hdjy of each week, ISO Mules
cam u it
Polt v He, Tutd ty, Anjast 1, 200 3Ines.
M Al niown, P dir, An J t 2X)IIules.
Yi L li iImy, Au,a (, 3 Hor Ot.
Newv 1, Vrdjc djr. Ao,n t 9, IO Horses
AewT.He.limr dar, An u 1 10, if JMdcs.
l'ejd'nj, 1 irUiiv, Au a ill,; Hoe Ct
Shlppeu bui.h, Wrdnoday, Ao.u.t 10, 100
Hordes.
Er.e, Tbnrtd it, Aotat 17,200 Hot et
61iTppcnbor0u din dj,An 11 (17, ICOMales
William-poi. t'rdtv, An u 1 IS JtOHorcs
lodlani, Mond y An a iJI.SKli'oi ei
Chmucrboi-7, Wcdiiddiv, Au,u,t 2:1, 100
Hornet.
Cbambersburg. Thursday, August 24 loo
Mtilet
M.llou,Fr.)ar, Auu 121, 2)0 Ho et
CarlMe, Wedar dy, An at'iio Horset
Carlisle. Thai dav, An .iUSI, H3 Mules.
Oll.i)
Coluro'1 'na, Tnesdir, Aun tl TM Horses
Bile in Wfdir .av. An a 1 2 HJllore
Allltnco Tim dar. An 11 13 1 0 w
Canton Sjuii r An a tj,. J Hom1
Clevrltad.luf dnr, An a tS 1 n J M. let
Matilloo luc dnr, Aaa II 20 Hoi cs
CrcHoe, 1 inr d r. An n t , .V T,7fii'r
Cleveland, Mondnr An n til, 2tWIIon.es
I.N D' ANA
Fort Wayne, Thar dnr An utt 24, 1,000 Moles
DELA.i'AKE.
Wilmington, Tacday or each week, 200
Horceacb dar
Wilmington, Fridiy or each week, 200 Mutes
each day
NEW JERSEY.
Trenton, Thur day, Au,nllO, a Mo'es
Tienlon, Thur dar, Ai' u l"' 20 Males
MARYLVD
HalilmrtTK. Wrdue dnr. An.ut9. and Wednes
day or each week thereafter, 20j Horses each
ay' WASHINGTON, D. C.
Each week dy, J00 Mute-
UlESLOno, D C
Each weekday except Wrdac v, 200 Hjrsea
An oppoituDtiy to pnrcbieii -u y o cl v of
saddle and di trt anli.mN, nt ur "than their
Hue toloe It now olTeied 10 the pool e
Though lie mijoriiv o? Incut i e sonndand
service tb c, t'lev n i 00 loneer rrqulrcd la the
army, and niu t le oM
Mrtny ofiiie mn'e were boujht la Iwe br in
nlutroMlie w . when roui. I'wotuiua'rd Hie
arm let In all ihc'r man uc tiud tamp , rud e
thoiou (uly li o-co he deoed iir esricl e, ea 'e
and fsm'l er fiom being so long snriouniied by
the B.o1dler
AotraaU will be kold ito'jiy
Sales loeomueme t 10 A U.
Terms Cash, la United btutet currency
JAME1A EKIN,
Bev Eilj Gen li charge
jy2.Ua31 KtDiv Q M O O
T AROE SALE Of (iOVERNMENT
1j caks, engines, and RAILROAD IRON
UMTBDfiTATFt MlMT ttT I. H ROAD, 1
Orric b or A si ta-t QjA'tprua tan
Wa mil to r D C.AniuUll 1 ' J
W.llbe-oldrtCUl POIA T, A ,ou WtDNLS-
DAY, Oi oberll.at Uo t'oik a m
Aiout four ihoas od (4 Ot 1) loo- P bold Iron
At POIiTSMOUTU, VA , oa FRIDAY, October
11, til Urn
Five (1) fin cU t Locomotive Easlnes
AtAORlOLK, VA , Or obcr 1 1, at o p m .
Oue dot Lotoioo veEsflne, 0 oot.ui e
About fl.iy (0) PieljUi Lais and o e (I) Paten
ter Cur
At ALEXANDRIA, VA , on TUESDAY, Octo
JSprlTt
Finr (W) afrit-tint Locomotive Engines, 4 feet
b", men Hn,e
Elhacen (IS) oew Platform Cars, ivofoot aauce
Iwenly-flve (2.) new Box Cars, lire (i) foot
gaase
About three hundred and fifty (3) Box Cars, 4
rettfl jtoth gjuie
About two hnndrrd and thirty (2:10) Platform do ,
4 feet S" iuih so
Aboattbhivt i).oc'.do ,4 feet ' 'Inch gauge
Twenty (21') Pit coerdo, ' " do
One (I) Wrrttimt do , " " do
Two (J) new Trinlts.
blxly do ,L med
louilren(U) llatt
About two thoutaud (2 00) ton Railroad Iron
S.ilt In commeuie at ALEXANDRIA at 10 A
M , and to continne from day to day until all are
resold
Terms. Cah, In Government fundt
II L KOIHNON
Liev CI and A Q M
augll dtodO U S M llUty Ralhohds
L
AltUE SALKOFOOVEUNMENT IUIL-
l.UAU J-.1Ul.Mi3 AJU UAU3
ISllI oSfATCt M I ITATT R
lliroto., )
I M TKB,
OtfliBOt Al TAfTQlAITII
U'i.,1 Tdv fl C. A I ' II
Will leoM MWfllcai C, o 'ro ae Rich
raoud, i' oi iUrDAV, fMolHM 3
Twenty-lUe (2 ) new hi l-il vh I oioiuol ve Eu
. i.... rtvp ( l foot l lu j. live () Too. drivers,
cylludcis lox. I In , rapuiiiy of lauk, 1,001
Five () But class Locomotives, 4 feet $14 inch
Raue
Two hundud and slsiv &a (Mi) new Box
Frul l.l C nt. live fil ruoL JU.e
Hfueo (M new P. t.'ouu C i. five (3) fool
gau.e
Too (lu) Vicltt Cjts 4 feet 6 iuibgauo
Thosa'e totontiuue fiom d r to d .v until all
are sold Ste lo vombieme at lOo'tloik
Terms Cash, In Ooveiument lunds
II L LOBINSON,
angll-dtosl Brev. Cot aod A Q M
GALE OF GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS
kJ AT HYATTfeULLE AND LAUREL ST
T10N, BALTlMORb AND OHIO RAIL
ROAD, Ml
IlBADQ'R DBPARTMKVr OF WaHIiTi)B, )
OrriOB OF CdUF QDAUTiKUA-TrK,
WAsmxiTot, D C , Aojui. -, lio.i )
Will be sold at public sac too under he direc
tion of Major 11 Brownioo A Q M , Oi SATUR
DAY, Septembers, ISJ'i.iue tolloning buildings,
vli
Ou the premises at HYATTtMLIE Md , at
10 o'clock, a in, TWE1AE LOU IIUILDlAOS,
avoialng liIIJ fett, with boa.d roof, tloors,
and psrllt'ons
At LAUREL STATION, Md ,at 1 o'cloik, p m
TWfaTAE LOO BUlLDINtS itveia.cio.f 10x12
fiut, with board roo a floor and parihloim
The buildings will be iold frilly to the high
ett bidder, and must be removvd wttbtu uu day
frum the iay or sale
Terms t Cash, lu Gov rument fuodn
M L LUDINGTON
Colonel and ( hlef Quartermatur
au2d 6t Departmout uf Whlugt u
s
ALE OF GOVERNMENT HORSES
QrAETII-ASTKa Ci"IRA' OFFICI,
ici, )
t ir-T wivisitiH
Wiinivnrnv C.irT. All 1 bUl
Will Iia .nlil hi mi 1.1 11 anu ou. to the hlsbeit
bidder at th timo a id nl v i named below, vli t
ALLKIVrOWN, I'A , 1 1.1 IM I, UJ II, 1D),
POTTlVlLLb PA WI D.NEiDAY, Aug .JO.lSGo.
One hundred and tUtV hoisCtaleach place
A j, ood o, '"rluulty ii now alToided to the pnb
He to urchae a supcuor class of draft aud sad
Jit aulinjU at low rate
term cash, in Uulted 8tatea currency
JAMES A EKIN,
Brev. Brie Gen In charge
aul ti t Division q U, 0 0,
ATJOTION 8AXiE8.
TgKiyEAUCTlON SALE
GOVERNMENT MEDICAL STORES
HOSPITAL PROPERTY.
Will be sold at public auction, at the United
fitata Army General Heepllal,
rUSUfilflUA, Ml.r JHUHOUAi, Btiitauoi.
14, lS6.3.atl o'clock, p m ,
A LAROF. QUANTITY OF MEDICINES,
HOSPITAL BTUIiKH, lilSTltUJia.TTit,
DRESSINGS, BOOKS. STATIONERY.
BEDDING, HOSPITAL CLOTHING,
FURVITPRE, AND APPLIANCES
Catalogues of the article to be sold can be pro
cured by applying at this Dpottor at the Gen
eral Hospital, Frederick, Md , after September U
Much of the property 1 but little woru, and Is
to be sold because no longer required by tho
Government.
The sales wilt continue from day to day until
the property Is disposed of Term cash, la Gov
erniueot fund, at the time of purchase
The property to be removed by the purchaser
ITU u m lurir-viyiit uonrs irom uay 01 sai,-
Among mti anicics to do sold may tie 1
mar be men
.a a .1' .... t '
tionea ine iouowiob
MEDICINES
Aeldum UrUrleam...... ox,
Either fort lor oi
23J
431
em
2-VT
Altimeo . ox.
Catechu .( .- ot.
PariBtha OI.
410
U)
144
( eratum reslniv . lbs.
( lucliono calesayn pulv ox.
( lorofonuum ......... .!.
210
)HJ
rs
21
234
18
240
IV)
fopalba ,... ea.
Lxt, boehu nolduu oi,
Ext cl nth on a- flnldnm oi
Fx Ipecacuanha) flnldnm.. ox.
lerriet qolulio cltrft os
Ipecaraanbs nulrl ox.
Mairnesa sarpbas lbs
Opli pulvl oi
PotSMjp Mcarb os
Polassn chloras oi.
Polassai nltras ox,
Patatsie todllnm. ...ox.
QuInlmsulDhasia...... 01
01 4
os Tit
vt. 400
01. 238
OL 200
01 (V)
. . ot U"
...bottles 144
No of 12
" 1
' 1
"1
" 1
stde chtorinalai tlq
Sherry wine
INSTRUMENTS
Pocket cases
Ainputatiugrase....
Uenerai operating cae
Fleeting ea
Tiepl Vug case ....
UEtlMl.W,
Couoteiptnot No of 1,721
Matttresses, hair
Mattresses, straw ud shuck
Pillows, hair
Ill low case
Pillow cases, linen, white
Sheet
I)4(j
1.3.H
2,033
4,133
A00
3,013
Drawer So of2,Jlo
Qnwns, dressing '2s
shirts, cotton M 2,"jS
Mlnlun " ill
I Socks, woolleu " 2,'
W
HIR.dTURE AND APPLIANCES
I Rrdtead, Iron No of 1,1.7
LiwU.delf " v
insni1, assonro. nic '
Knives and Forks , ,
" butcher'
" Bread
Mu.'. delf ..
20
10
Wl
4H
jm
24.
4JO
2.3s
J...
IS
Spoons, table .
it .
Pplt mug
HPittoons
Tumblers, glass,...
( hairs
Clock, (wooden ) small
32t
janirs, ueuiur ... -
BenldeH a larirequaniliy oi otuer ui;r iw
numerous to mention ...hi t
P.IPt..v lorirA uiirlliin BSItTt OI CUIC1 uu
proierty will tsKopiaconfc iuwiuhu--
Itlet at an early day, of whleh due no-
given Harper a Ferry, a.tUir"
, Grafton, W Va , l'arkersburg, W
" Ill ... l-...ktAB ill. I".11 ABB.
Hospital proiwriy win uw pww o .v.."
. f ... ". !.. a9 h1iI.Ii ilnA nn
log locAimct
urn win irit
..III U.t (iFOlfllll
a ,' Charleston, W Va.; and at the Medical
Purveying D-pot, nammore, no , m i-j
named Depot containing a large aud valuable
tockof pew f,oods
L, BLlS.fiarg U S oU,
Me Ileal Puneyr USA
anfo IU ADREON CO , Auctioneers
SA
ALC Or (IOVERNMENT BUILDING
AT LAMP CAS-i, VlltuiaiA.
ClIIFF QCABTBaKASTEB' OfFICB, )
1) SPOT OF WAtHIBOTOS,
WAaniBiiTox, D C.Aug 2S, 16U J
Will le sold at publle auction, oulbeprmise,
uuder the dlrrei.on of Cap.aln J H Crowell,
Q M , on WEDNESDAY, Ikp.ember 6, lSdl, at J
'clock, p m , BTJILDINOS.
situated at ( amp Catey, Va , about one and oue
half miles from Long Bridge, and of the following
dimensions, vil , ..,....,., ,.
ttv (j) uarracKM, eacu . uj - ;.
One(l)More-liou-e 21 by 7Ueet
Oue 111 Ho-filalBuildlng, 2lby llOfeet
Ouoil) OtScers' Quarter, 21 by 01 feel
One tl) Guard hou.f, '21 by 41 teet
One(l)btable,27liyP0fcet
Tii i..;iMin. . win 1.A kfildsinzly to the highest
bidder, and must be removed fiw the 1 remise
within ten (in) days from date of sale
Ti-rms cash, lu Government iuojm
D II KLCKEK,
Brev MaJ Gen and ChlerQosrtermIer,
au2S td ieI,ot vt Washlufclou
SALE OF (JOKRNMENT BUXLDIMl
T CMP HLLItl.D C
llKAlHl'B DFPAl TMFHT OF WASHIKuTOV,
tlFFH K "F LHIBF QCAl TKUMAHTEa,
WA-H1K iTot, 1 t , AllJUBt 2, it.
Will be soil at Public Auction ou tho prmi-
tses, under the dlrecibm of Major II Browuoo
A Q M, on THURSDAY, beptember 7,1800,81 11
ClOTWENTY-TW0 FRAME BUILDINGS,
situated at Camp Keller, 1 C , on Seventh street
near the northern boundary of the city, a M
lows:
Two (2) uarrarks, acn uu oy iwi,
torles
Two (2) OUlcers' Quarters, caih 40 by JO fttt,
two stories
One (l) o racers tjaariers, ? ty io uei, ouu
W ..a ....,,.-..
uno III u inters numricr", "j 'i "
'Ty- ......
I'llC (1) "im IUI J 1 1 r(i, u .iuii
Three ( ) Me.. Uou.e., each to by 13 feci, ono
" Oue (1) Ilo.pltal, 45 fcy 1 feet on. .tory
ao (llsior. lla, Wi by W f'". two iorlc
Foar (1) Slalile., eacli 175 by J feet, one .Urv
Hue (1) Slabte, 111 by )fei, oue .lory
Two ( Jl Slable., i acU P" by trrt, ouo .tory
lino (I) Stable, 40 by II fool one .lory
due II Malilo, IS by li feel, one .lory
iiuo(liclauual IlalUlnif, -7 feel ilUiuetir
oue .lory
ALSO,
T..inii A.litltltta. 1 1 llio above .trncliire..
ofvarlou.Ulinen.l m.l SlxStuallOnl UulUin.,
Twuloveitd Kulrauce., c
Tlie I, iIMIok. will V olJ .lugly to the liliili
e.t biudt r,aoJ niuot bo loinoved from tbo preui
l.e. wllbla ten (10) .lay. from date of aale
Term. Cuu, lu uovorouieui iunu
M I lUDISIlTOS
Colonel aol CblefQuarterma.lr
au? lot Department of Va.litui(lt'U
AUOE-PALE OF (10VEKNMLM
-J hTLAMtlls, TUU1, UAKULs 4i
OiiBTtEMAma ('ExrftAL'i Orri
' I.
DspotofWa Hiatirov
Wi.hib, rnv Tl f . Aiiniht 16. lbW
Will be sold et Pn'c Aucioo uuder Hie ai
rectlou of CA.alu h S A'lei A U M "
slrci-tnli-i lu lie ilyof WaUlntou 1 t ,
ou WLUNLDY, NJ'ietobertJ, 10 o clock a
iu , the following ves eU, vli .,
btern wheel steamer Waveuock, refcUtered loO
hide wheel Krry biemuer John Disney, nhU-
tereu w iou- . i.,..i is.u,.n.
hteam Pioiel'. I-armor, r.lrJr V Tji t.m
ScriM Tiu A S l'ue n J-trt I 141 tons
tschuylkllt Bar.e Slary 1 L iu
bchuylklll lUrrfe Jauie Henry
Schuylkill I iitto'lmii
Si.hovlklll barfce Jm" tin.
Solioy k I li.rt ".' "B'1,D '
hcbuvlk I 1 ir. I ro.J Mouolalu
Caual I mi Antrim
C.u.l lo.tl t UUkeiuBB
t.ual loal Lju.coulnii, Ao 1
Mil,, ( inter tou.Utullon
r i l.wl l't.
Tiroi.ual lie breaker.
riielurullureauu oinlliago wllllio aotallli
t.rb b tut
Term. Ca.b, In QoT.rnuent fnnda
U.H KUChtlt
livl MaJ a.u.mdCnlf Quarlerra"l.r
BUlii lut pepotof Wa.Ulni,lo
fOllN R. ELVANB & CO.,
tl o7Loalalana avenue anil 303 Citreel,
WA81HNOTOM, D C ,
DBALBB IH
at K T A I S .
TIN Banea (Bl.) , "Strain" (ple). Enillih
(pi..), "btrdlt." ( I, iu bar.)
TIM VLATK8 . ...
LgAU-PlK, Hlaaonrl, T 'I' r!5' '
ll.b, bar, .beet, 1, 4, . " r'l"'
8PELTEK Slab
ZINC M. S4, 311 Inch "bMl ..
THUllllEk'B AKTI yWCTIO.f MSTAI.
SOLDEll-Brailer . P"1''... . ,,....,
Con-KK-Braiier'a, .UalUnJi io. Ubb.4
Ingot; bolt
DRABS Sh..t niTiniTl
TKKMS-MT CASP OH DIWTBByi
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