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TflBNATIONAL REPUDLIC'AJN TIIE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN - -j sa t , r -TrS TBI DAILT' MATIOlAt'lfrodttOAaT rtblUh4 TtTj titfntn (tudaya exseptsd) W. J. Urn A C (. m KiAtn stra aal la fanlaked U tmt nbserlkera fy earrle ainewaUfwrnaatU. o MaU nWcrtWrs. 14.00 ... srt n I katm or ADTrnuto. . Om Mjira,Um lay..... .,.... ..tl.00 DMI1Un,lU ItrhMiiiiU jS.M One square, Ire days ,1.00 ,omwu,ax days , I.M tT etaer Or adrertleeaeau. to Mt cent additional. TwIm a WHt adTtrtlMaauJeVT' terms. mtaHtMal. f 'Idlurtel notices n uiti Mr Hoc, ml ttew. Moo. LoealnMMea U Mali Mr 11m. Mk Ueerl tlrBMalVadO.00fitaxMniata1 MTiaiMTftawa. BUfU aoplaa. J teata. Tin Wibilt Nahoial RarcBLMAi 1 pCaU llahed every Friday morning t On copy eae yetr, X 00; Three eople on year. $3. w; vm teplee oa year, 14. 00. U.D. Df at line, or leae aoaslltata a aaaara.. f Advortlroaeate sbould la banded la tT twelve VOL. V, WASHINGTON. D. C.f TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOIiER Ul, 1806. NO. 280. :UL II 1 1 Jfti1 IJr'l. 1 1:1 I l,rirr '11 111 II I I III I I -1 ll-illl - ' ' ' -' .-.... - .i . ., ., STTTS . '. "" , ! i i in ..iia . IlAlt.nOAD8. "nAUIMOBK AND OHIO lUTXROAD. TTAIMIRUrUHi V , IOOI. betWMn VrASMINQTOM end IlAl.TI- Trala MORE, and WASHINQTOM AMD TUB YYJSBT, are now ran ae followi, vis t ton BALTIMORE. Leave dally, except Sunday, at 6 20, 8 20, and 11 13 a. ni , end 3 SO, 4 40, and 7.30 p.m. FOR ALL WAV STATIONS leave dally, except Sunday, at 0 IS a.m. and FOR PHINCIFAL WAT STATIONS, Tit i Bladtatburif, Belleville, Laurel, Anoapolls Junction, and Ketay Ilouae, leave at 0 20 and 8 20 a, to, , and 3. 30 and 4 40 p. m. dally, except Bun- 7' FOR ANNAPOLIS Leave at 6 20 and 8 20 a. m.. aad 4 40 p m. daily, accept Sunday. No train to or from An napolis on Sunday. ON BUNDAT. FOR BALTIMORE. Leave at 8. 20 a m. and 1 10. 3 90 and 7. 30 p. n. FOR WAY STATIONS. Leave at 8 20 a. m and 8. 30 p. a, Ft'U ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. Leave dally, except Sunday, at 7 30 a m. and 1.13 and 7.30 p. m , except alio Saturday, when latest train leaves at 1.13 p. m. On Son day. at 1.13 and 7 30 p. m, only, con nestle? at ltelay Station with train e from Bal timore to Wheeling, Purkeriburg. &c. Throufh tlekeU to the West can be had at the Washington Station Ticket Office at all hours tn the day, as welt ai at the new office In the Amer ican Telegraph Building, Pennsylvania avenue, between Fonranda-balf and Sixth streets. For New York. Philadelphia, and Boston, see advertisement of "Through Line " w. r. SMITH, Vaster of Transportation. L M COLE, General Ticket Agent. GEO. 8. KOONTZ, Agent, eeSO tf Washington. N OTICE TO SOUTHERN TRAVELERS. THE OLD AND DIRECT LINE ENTIRELY COM- PLETED. BTAQINO ENTIRELY DISCONTINUED. 00 MILES SHORTER AND 3 HOURS QUICKER THAN BY ANY OTHER ROUTE. TWICE DAILY. On and after MONDAY, September 23, the old ana lavomei ine rrom wABiiimiiupi.Tiarjtisu BlUCKSBURO. to RICHMOND, will be run twiuk daily, (Sunday nights excepted,) as fol lows: The fait and commodious steamer KEYPORT. Cantaln Frank Holllnirshead.aDd C.VANUKR. BlLT.CaptalnA L Coltnary.wlll leave the wharf, iooioi oixtueireei, vraauiBfrion, twice aauyoun ! UlgUka) JAKVllaBU) ! I HI , IIIU O 1J r Ul i arriving at Aqma ureeic dt iu ao a.m , ana iz R '.m., ana menee dj me mcnmona, rreaericki unr. and Potomac Railroad, now entlretr com- pieiea, io mcnmona, arriving mere at ii.su p. m . aad 3 20 a m , affording ample time for dining In Richmond, and making connections with the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad for Peters burg and points south of Petenbarg. The steamer leaving Washington at 8 43 p. m., arrives lu Richmond at 3 20 a. m. , affording am ple time for breakfast, and connection with the Richmond and Danville trains for Danville, Va , Greensboro', Salisbury, Charlotte, Raleigh, Goldeborough, and Wilmington, N. C , and Chester, S C. On SUNDAYS leave WASHINGTON at 7 a. m. only, and arrive In Richmond at 3 23 p. m. Baggage checked throogh to Richmond from New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Wash lngton, and accompanied by through baggage masters Through tickets from N. York to Richmond 17 00 Phllad'a " 13 60 Baltimore " 10 00 " " " Washington " 8 30 " " Baltimore to Fred'g., 6 00 ' Washington " 4 23 BICOXD CLAM THBOCUH TtCKBTS From Waiblogton to Richmond ............ t9 00 -4 " Fredextcksbarg...,. 3 00 Can do procorea in new x one at no zjjuroaa way, and at Coortland street ferry. In Phila delphia, at tho depot of the Philadelphia, Wil mington and Baltimore Railroad Company.Qroad and Prime streets In Baltimore, at the Camden Station of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Com pany, In Washington, at the Corapany'soolce, at the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth street, and On board the Potomac steamboats. Passengers leaving New York at 7 and 8am. 6 and 7 p.m , Philadelphia at I 13 p m (DAY,) and 11.13 p.m (NIGHT,) and Baltimore at 3 30, 4 23. aud 8 p. m . 3 33 and 4 30 a m . arrive In Washington at 3 20, 3 00, and 7 41 p m , and 5 ana oa m, in ample time to maxe connections for Richmond and tho South. Omnibuses and Uasffstre Wagons will be In readiness to convey paasengers and ban-gage be tween aepois in mcnnionu Pasiaogers by this Line pass by daylight Mount Vernon, and may have an opportunity of visiting several battle-field near Fredericksburg, by stopping at that point. Baggage will be checked from New York, Phil adelphia, aud Baltimore to Waahlngtan.whero It will be met by the baggage masters of this line. Break fa it and sapper on board of steamers GkO. UATTINOLY, Superintendent, Washington, B.C. W. D OILKUtbON, Agent, oe7 Washington, D C. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON. AND BALTIMORE RAILROAD. TIME TABLE Commencing MONDAY, December 10th, 1694, trains will leave depot, corner of Broad street aad Washington aveuue, as follows i Express Train at 4 03 a rn , (Mondays ex cepted,) for Baltimore aud Washington, stopping at Wilmington, Perryvllle, Havrede-Graoe, Aberdeen, Perrymau's, and Magnolia. Way Mall Train at 813 a to.. (Sundays ex cepted,) for Baltimore, stopping at all rogolar station, connecting with Delaware raUroad at Wilmington forMUford, Salisbury, and Interme diate statlous. Express Train at 1.18 p m . (Sundays ex cepted, ) for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester, Wilmington, Elkton, ParryvUle, aad Havre-de-Grace. Express Train at 3 BO p m. , (tmndayi ex cepted.) for Baltimore aad. Washington, stopping at Wilmington, Nwark, Elkton, Northeast, Perryvllle, Havre-de-Grace, Ferryman's, and Magnolia. Night Expreaa at 11 13 p m , for Baltimore aad Washington, stopping at Chester, (only to tske Baltimore and Washington paxHengers,) Wilmington, Newark, Elkton. Northeast, Per ryvllle, and Havre-de-Grace. Passengers for Fortress Monroe will take the 8.13 a m train. ACCOMMODATION TRAINS Stopping at all stations between Philadelphia and Wilming ton Leave Philadelphia at 11.00 a. m , 4 00, 3.30 and 10 00 p, m. The 4 00 p m train cennecta with Delaware Railroad for Mllford aud Inter mediate stations. Leave Wilmington at 7. IS and 9. SO a. m. . 1 SO and o sop m. THROUGH TRAIN8 FROM BALTIMORE Leave Wilmington at 12 m , 4 24, 8 S3 and 8 34 P'CHE8TERFORPHILADKLPniA Leave Ches ter at 8 13, 10.14 a. in., 12.30, 3 13, 4 34, 7.20 and 9. 03 p. m. SUNDAY TRAINS Express Train at 4 03 a m for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Wilmington, Perry vllle. navredeuraoe, Aberdeen, Perrymau's and Magnolia. Night Express at 11.13 p m. for Baltimore and Washington, stopplug at Chester, (for Balti more and Washington paneagers, ) Wilmington, Newark, Elkton, NorthEait, Perryvllle and Havre -de-Grace. Accommodation Train at 10 p. m. for Wil mington and Way Stations BALTIMORE FOR PHILADELPHIA. Leave Baltimore at 9 23 p m . stopping at navre-deGraoe, Perryvllle and Wilmington. Also stops at Elkton and Newark (to take pas sengers for Philadelphia and leave passengers from Washington or Baltimore,) and theater to leave passengers from Baltimore or Washing ton. Leave Wilmington for Philadelphia at 6.30 P FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA Leave Ualtlnioie 9 23 am. Way Mall: , io p. m., Express, 4 23 p m , Way Train j 4.8 p, m. Express: 9, 23 p m , Exprttss. r . TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE Leave Cheater at 8.67 a. m., l.W and 1L 30 p. m. Leave Wilmington at 0.13. 9,40a. m.. 2,23. 4.38 aad 12 23 p m FREIGHT TRAIN, with passenger car at tached, will Wave Wilmington for Perrrvllle an Intermediate stations at 7. Mp in. )UU H, J, K2NNKY, Superintendent, ltA.IXjXlOA.Xs9 GREAT PEKNSYLVANU, EOTJTB TO mi N0RTHWE3T AND SOUTH WIST. ON AND AFTER tlEmunillZ U Ir.fn. will leave Baltimore, from North Calvert Statloi, aa Fast Mall, at,..,..,.. i...9.20a.n. uarnaburg Accommodation.-. 8 p.m. Erie and Plttattttrah Knt-. i.. Bi rm Pittsburgh. and EJmlra Express, 10 p.m! TnK 8.13 A. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON isoonecis wiin ine v.vi a. m. iraia rrom eai tlmore for Plttabnrgh and the West, and forElmlra, Buffalo, Rochester, Dun kirk, Canandalgna, and Niagara Falls, and for New Yojk City. THE 4.30 P. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON uonnecte with tbe n,n, train foa Bal tlmore for Plttsburt and Erie. THE 0.43 P. M. TRAIN FROM WABfllNOTOlT uonnena wiia ine io p. n. Kxpree from Baltimore and runs through C Pitta burgh and Elmira, wlthonl change of cars, connecting at Plttiburgh for Cincinnati. Chicago, ana St Louts, and atiElmlra for Buffalo, Roches Iter, and Syracuse. ONE THROUGH TRAIN ON SUNDAY, Leaving Washington at 3 o'clock p. m, BLEEPING GARS ON NIGHT TRAINS. BOLDIIM TlOKITI AT GOTIRIIIIXT RATH LOW FARE AND QUICK TIME. Jta-For Tickets and anr Infarmatlon tnnlr t the Office or the Great Pennsylvania Route, cor ner Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth street, under National Hotel, and Depot HonM,No.483Gitrt4, near New Jersey avenne, Washington. 4. . UUUJUUtT, Superintendent N.C R.R. E J.WILKINS, Pasaengerfhd Ticket Agent. JNO.GILLSTT, Passenger Agent, Corner Sixth street and Pennsylvania aveirae. d28-tf fARANOE AND ALEXANDRIA RAIL- W KUAD THHOUail bT HAIL FROM W ARIT. I NO TON AND ALEXANDRIA TO RICHMOND AND LYNCUBUHO. On and after FRIDAY, September 1, HAS, the """ vaa iuii ivbu will IUU IU1IUHI TRAINS SOUTH. Leave Washington at 7 a m. and 8 30 p. m. Leave Alexandria at 7 33 a m. and 9 p. m. Leave Gordons vtlle at IX 30 p.m. and 1.40a.m. Arrive In Richmond at flp m and 6 a. m. Arrive at Lynchburg at 3, 20 p. m and 6. a. m. TRAINS NORTH. Leave Lynchburg at 6 43 a, m and 7.13 p. m. Leave Richmond at 7 a. m. and 7. 13 p. m. Leave GordonsvlHe at 12 30 p. m. and 1220a m. Arrive at Alexandria at 4 03 p. m. and 4 30 a m. Arrive at Washington at 0 SO p m. and 3 23 a m. On Sundays leave Washington at 8.30 p m. only. Local rrelght train leaves Alexandria at 4 a. m , arriving In Gordonsvttle at 11 43 a. m. Leavos GordonsvlHe at 12.33 p. m. , arriving In Alexandria at 8 p ro Through freight train leavea Alexandria at 3 a. m. , arriving in Lynchburg at 7 10 p. m. Leaves Lynchbarg at 3 20 a. m , arriving In Alexandria at 8 10 p. m. Passengers from Warrenton will take tbo 7 a. ro train south from Washington, and tho 6. 43 a m. train north frtim Lynchburg. Passengers by the 6 4) a. m. and 7.18 p. m trains from Lynchburg, and the 7 a. ro. and 7 13 p. m. trains from Richmond connect with trains at Washington for all parte of the North and Went. This route has the advantageover all othoraby having a continuous rail from New York to Lynchbarg, 403 rallee. It also passes through Fairfax, Bnll Run, Ma nassas, Brlntow, Catlett's, Rappahannock, Cul peper. Orange, and Oordonaville, where many of the groat battlea of tbe late rebellion were fooaht. Tickets can be procured In Adams' Express Building, oppoKltetheB and O R. R Depot, In Washington; also, at the Depot, on Maryland avenue Trains leave the corner of First and C streets, Washington. W. II. McCAFFEHTY, General Superintendent. J M. BROADI9, oefl tf General Passenger Agent. 1864 ARRANGEMENTS jggj NEW YORK LINES. THE CAMDEN AND AMBOY AND PHILADEL PHIA AND TRENTON RAILROAD COMPA NIES LINES. FROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK AND WAY FLA018. FROM WALNUT STREET WHARF AND KENSINGTON DEPOT. will liati as roLLowB, vixt Fare, At 6 a m , vU Camden and Amboy -C. and A. Accommodation $2.23 At 6 a. m., via Camden and Jersey City New Jersey Accommodation 123 At 8 a m. , via Camden aud Jersey City Morning Express 3 00 At 6 a ra , via Camden and Jersey City 2d Class Ticket 2.23 At 11 a. m. , via Kensington and Jersey Ciiy Express 3.00 At 12 m , via Camden and Amboy C. and A. Accommodation 2.23 At 2 p. m , via Camden and Amboy C. and A, Express 3,00 At Sp.ii,, via Kensington and Jersey City Washington and N. Y. Express.. 3.00 At 6J p. ro , via Kensington and Jersey CUy Evening Mall , aoo AtllWp. ro , via Kensington and Jersey City Southern Mall ,, 3.00 At i (Night, 1 via Kensington and Jersey city Southern Express 8.Q0 At 6 p. m.. via Camden and Amboy Ac commodation (freight and passenger:) 1st class ticket 2.33 2d class ticket l.fio The 8.18 p. m. Evening Mall and th .so (Night) Southern Express will run dally, (all others, Snndayi excepted.) PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK LINES. Leave Walnut street wharf at 8 and 6 a. a,, 12 m , and 2 p. m. Leave Kensington Depot at 11.10 a. m., 2 S3, 4 30 and 0 43 p. m, . nnd IX 30 a. m. (night. ) Tbe 0 43 p. m. flae rani dally, (all others. Suadays excepto.) NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA LINES. Leave foot ol Ban lay street at 0 a. in. and 2 p. in. From foot of Cortland street at 7, 8, and 10 a, ra , 12 ro , 4 and fl p. ro , and 12 night. The 8 p. m Una runs d.lly; (all others, Sun days excepted.) W. II. OATZMER, Agent, Philadelphia aud New York Lines. PHiLAMLpniA. Dec. 23. 1MJ. deSl THROUGH LINE BETWEEN WASH INQTON, PHILADELPHIA, AND NEW YORK. WABHI5QTOK, October 29, 1883. Trains between Washington and New York are now run as fallows, vli: FOR NEW YORK, without change of ears, Leave dally fexeeDt feundYl at 7.30 a m . sod 0 and 7 30 n m OK NEW YORK, changing cars at Philadel phia, Leave dallr (except Sunday) at 11 10 a. m . and 4 40 p in. JTUK ritlLAUBLriUA, Leave daily (except Sunday) at 7 SO and 11.18 a m , ap d 4 40 and 7 30pm ON SUNDAY Lea- e for New York at 0 p m only Lve for Philadelphia at 7 30 p in only. Moping cars for New York on 7,30 p m train dally, except Suuday On huuilay, train and, aWptng car run only to PhiluJelphta Through tickets tn Philadelphia, Now York, or Boston, can be had at the Station office at alt buorln the day, as well as at the new office In the Amerlcau Telegraph building, Pennsylvania, avenue, between Fouranda-half and Sixth streets Sea Baltimore and Ohio railroad advertisement for schedule between Washington, Baltimore, Annapolis, and the West W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportation. L M. COLE, General Ticket Agent, GEO a KOONTZ, M Agent, Was ting ton. 8T33AM8mJ6. ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY, TO NEW YORK. Tbe steamers comprising this line ara the JOHN GIBSON CAPTAIN YOUNG, E, C. KNIOnT.. FAIRFAX , M0RRS, WINTERS, leaving pier No.. 11 N. R., New York, and foot Q street, Washington, D. C. , every WEDNB8DAY AND SATURDAY. Freight received every day during business hoars, and carefully kept undor C0Tr, The steamere of this line now connect with Alexandria and Orange Railroad, .Freight for warded to any point along the Una of tba road. AaiiTt MORGAN. R11INEH ART ACO ff Foot G street, Wanhlngton, D. C. BOWEN, BRO. A CO , Alexandria, va; H. B.CROMWELL & CO, osllJ-tf 68 Weit street, New York. N B W Y 0 K K AID WASHINGTON STIAKSniP CO MP a a T, (OLD Z.IHB,) snwui VIW TOBff, ALXXAItDUIA, WiSniNOTOM AMD OKOROROWH, D. C. OCKAN STBAMEH3 BALTIUO&I, REBECCA CLYDE, AID SSIFIRE, it coair.f lOTioit with litLAnb itiavib. OEOBOI U. BTOUT, MAT PLOWEK, AND ANR ELIZA. Bantu fl.Ulnir'D.jr. TOESDATS nd FRI DAYS, .t 13 m. ( from foot of Ulgh.trMt, Qeor... lowi, .od l'Ur IS, ut lili.r, (foot of Will trt,) a.w York. For frtlght or T"go .pplrtft C. T. HOU01ITOM, Ag.nt, foot of Illgh atret. Ooorg.towa M ELDRIDOE i Co , Agent., X'rloce 6tret Wharf, Alexandria, JAMES HAND, Agent, 117 Wall Street, Mew York. Freight reooWed conetantlj and forwarded to alt pane of the couotrr with dlipateh, at loweit ratee. J EXOPKESS. ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY, OrrlCl Ml PENS. AVENUE, WAIBIJKITOI ClTT.D.C. GREAT EASTERN, NORTHERN, aid WESTERN EXPRESS rORWARDEKS. llerehaDdIeetMoner, Jewelrf.Valaahlee, Notei, gtoeke, Bonde.ae . forwarded with SAFETY AND DISPATCH to all aeeeeathl. aeettone of the eoaotrr. Thle Com pear bae Agendo, la the jrlBOlpal railway towae in the "OBTH, BAST.WEST.AND NORTHWEST, lie principal oifleee are WASHINQTON. D.C.KEW YORK, B08T0K, YUILADELPIIU, BALTIHORB, CIN CINNATI, BT. LODIS, LODI8 VILLB, LEXINGTON. Conneetlone are mad. at New York and Boeton with line, forwarding to tbe Canada, and to the Rrltlih ProTlneee, and with aleameblp llnr, to Llrerpool, Sootbampton and Harre,and tbenee by Xaropa. ezpreeaea to alt prominent commer cial town 1 Great Britain and on tbe Continent. Collection of Notee. Drafte and Bill, made at all aeceealb1. parte of the United State. a a DDNN, Agent, J.-e, WaablnKton, V C .jy. v A.O JinOl uiri. Tons p siouaii, LAW OFFICE, No. lit F BTKHlf. Detwcen Thirteenth and Fourteenth tf'eett.B WASUrMOTOS, D. C. TV ASIIINQTON MILITARY AND NAVAL CLAIM AQENCY. O. I BCKPT, Late of the VJ Depart't. a. a araifBl, LatoCapt MN.Y.Inf DUNDY U ODKNHE, 28o Pennsylvania arenne, (opposite WUIard'e) ORDKANCE, QUAUTEHMA3TB11S, COUUISSARY, BOUNfY, BACK FAY PRIZE MONEY, HORSES LOST OR KILLED IN SERVICE, And all Claim, again,! the Oorernment apeedll collected and promptly remitted. Honor advanced to OOlcera daring .etllement. Jjrl-17. pLOSE, CORDBTT AND MONROE. - JAMES T. CLOSE, Late Colonel 18th Va. VoL, F. B.CORBETT, of New York, W. A. MONROE, 1 Late of War Department. ATTORNEYS, U S CLAIM, HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AOENTS, bOLIClTOUS OF PATENTS. All baelnea, entrusted to our care will b at feuded to with promptness and fldellty. Orrica No. S27 PennsylranlaaTenue, Opposite WUIard'e Floti.1, Jjl.tf Washington. D C. R OBBRT LKKOII, (Late Solicitor of the Offlee of the Andltorof the Treasnrr for tbe Post ODee Department. ) ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND SOLICITOR OF CLAIMS. 0 flee, 470 Serenth street, Opposite the Poat Ofl.ee Departmeat, Washington, D C. Will practles In the Conrts of the District of Co in labia, the Conrt of Claims, and the Supreme Conrt of the United States, and will gtre prompt attention to the prosecution of claims and the adjustment of aoconnts In all the Departments of tbe Government. Office, 478 Beienth street, opposite Post Office Department deS John b. wiihilbr. william b. drvaxt. JOnN D WHEELER & CO , Real Estate Drokers and Attorneys for Claims against the United States. Ol&oe 500 Seventh street, between D and K street, second ntorj, P O box, 821, Waiblniiton, D. G. Cltr Properly, and Maryland aud Ylrslola Farms bought and sold on commission ReCrreneea Richard Wal lach, Esq , Mayor of WasIagton , Geo. A Uanett, Eiq .Clerk Com Ways and Means, Houmo of Rep J Wni II. West, Esq , C tiler Clerk Treas. Dopt j Messrs Pejrry & Jlro. , merchants octMf JOHN JOL LIPP E, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Offlee on the northeast corner of F aiid Fifteenth streets, opposite the est entrai.ee of theTreasory Bnlldlng, Washington City, D. C. Attends especially to claims upon the United state. Jyia-iy B. II. OIBD0N8 & 30 21EAL ESTATE, HOUS, ANiO INSURANCE AOENTS, CoMHisitoxita or Dbbds and Not a ribs PrBiie, SI CEDAR STRKkT, and 41Q HUOOMK STJ1KF.T, tiear uroadway.) hkw vuitiv. Honsen Let tud I.etLHi.l lloul V.Rtntd lUmtrht. Sold, or Exchanged. Loans Negotiated, Deed BonJi, anJ Mortgages nzeeated Kents and Claims collected 43 No eonne(.tion xvlth unv satwr nftlea In tht. city. ' K. . QIBB0I6. T. r. 0I1B0JTI 0 W. UI8B0HS. sei3m EDWARD LXOBTX, BOOKBIlflxii. . wf." A".,W,AUIotoir,D.O VooKB boand la a. it atv1.4Hr.u.- sr... SualNtaKMU -" -. t- I'ltOlfOAI. R0P0SAIjS'F0R inUIAN GOODS. IIPARTMRVT 0 tni IffTlBlOB. J Orrica op Ikdiait Arrina, WAiaiaaTOjr, D. 0 . October 'JC, 18W. fionIia Prnnnatli twnrfnrsed ''Proposals for ln dlan Qoods, -will be reeeWed at the office of In dlan Affaire onUl 12 o'clock, m. ,on SATURDAY, in.) eighteenth day of November next, for far nlahlflg. In the qnantlUes therein giTsn, the arti cle named In th following llstt riKST CLASS MACKinAU BUanilETB. ft a-rclDt White Blankets. fi0a72iuehe.towltn S lbs , 2,000 pslrs. zVf-polai White blankata,MxOOlochB,to weigh 81b 4 l,ona pairs. , 2-nolnt White Blankets. 42xflfl tnehee. to weigh ti , 1,000 pairs opelnt Scarlet Blanket ,60x72 Inches, to weigh 8 1ji. 1,000 pairs. aivpomt bcanet uiankeiB. mzoo incaes, io elglt 6 , 1,000 pairs. S'DolntOreen Blanket. 80X72 lnehai, to weigh 8 Ibe , COO pair. , .point maian cine vianaets obim ibum, to weigh 10 lbs., loo pair. . 3'polnt Indian Blue BlankHa, Mi W lushes, to weigh 0 lb , 100 palre 9 ptnt Oeattoella Bine Blanket, xMlnl.es, to weigh 10 lb , 100 pair 2l2polnt Qeatlnclla Blna Blankets, 64x69 Inches, to welsh 6 lbs , 100 pairs Btuunu UWBS-gLUlUO. Faner List Blue Cloth. 600 TarJs. Oray UX Rio Cloth, 3,000 yard. Gray List 8earlet Cloth, 000 yard. bavea itisi uioe tiom, s,jju jarus. Bared List Scarlet Cloth, 3 000 yard THIRD CLASS DRY OOODS. 8-4. Cotton Shawls, 20 doien. 84 Woolen Bhawls, 00 doien. iiinvu inrtia. aj iui. Cotton Thread, 200 lb. rallco, 75,000 yards Tnrkey Red Oil Calleo, 2,000 yards uiue milling, o.uuu yarus. Blue Dsnlms. 1,000 yarJ. Indigo Bine Plaids, 1,000 yard. Shlrtlns Stripe, 1,000 yards. Kentucky Jeans, 000 yard Drown Drilling, 20, 000 yards BedTleklng, 10,000 yard. Super Satinets, 000 yards. Satinets, 0,000 yards. Kersey, 1, 000 yards. PlaldLlnsey, 10,000 yard Hickory Shirting, 8,000 yards. Brown Sheeting, 44, 0,000 yard Check, btrtpe, and l'lald, 0,000 yard,. Llnaeys, 6,000 yard Aasorted I lannel. 2,000 yards. Flannel Shirts, 1,000. Calico Shirt. 1,000 FOURTH CLASS HARDWARE Fishhooks, assorted, fioo doien. Fish Linos, assorted, 200 doien. Hand Saw File. CO doien Camp Kettles, ftOO. Short Handled Frying Pans, 000. Ax, to weigh from 4 to J pond. 20 doien. Half Axos, to weigh 3V pounds, 23 dosen. Iron Tablespoon, 00 doien The articles to be furnished must, In all re spects, conform to and be equal with the Oovern mtnt samples in this offlee, or with sample ae companylng the bids Bidder, particularly In the department or blanket and cloths, are Invited to furnish sam ple with their proposal They are required eo to do tn connection with bids fur the following, named articles . Brown Drillings, bbtrtlug Stripe, Satinets, Plaid Linseys, Ulekory Shirt ing, Checks, Stripes and Plaids, Linseys, Flan nels, assorted, Flannel Shirts. Calleo 8blri. Hickory Shtrli, 8-4 Cotton Shawl, 8 4 Woollen Shawl, Linen Thread, Cotton Thread, Axe and Half Axes. , t No bid for lei than an entire clai of the ar tlIH specified wilt be considered. All articles famished under contract will be rigidly Innpected and compared with tho samples by an agent or agent appointed for that purpose. Such goods or article a may tn any respect fall toruororta to the sample, will be rejected, and Id thai rae tht eontraelor will be bound to fur nish others of the required kind or quality with In three dsys; or, If that be not done, they will be purchaHd at his expense. I'kTmant will be made for (rood received on Invoices thereof, certified by the agent or agents appointed to Inspect them Tii riarht 1111 in rAHfli-ved to reonlre a greater quantity of any of the articles named than that specified In the above schedule, notexceedlug thru times the amount thereof, or to take any . quantity of tbe eatno, at the prices proposed j -1 ui jm "(" .' n "" ' " rSleCet. VltM " " 1ul-eiltaU.lH, k Ml. Will Ia oousiuvreu iruw ptnum wuu i...w.iu.i i cymplywlth the reiulremenUof a &" ?iiK-i Ml the United Dtatoe. or who are not inanufaetn." r- or wHoiaia ueaier. In, the r(ulred article . . ... th(( Proposal must emoraoe. "--;----. w- . . quantities tbereor, a. et for. - '" "'"hT and the uil e, wiinmo pneos " ; . , a,.ij amonnte mnsl he carried out and '".."i,6," price, and atnounte most be w llf M wl.'!"'",,,r inodlUcatlon or proposed modlicallon v "'"." Proposals should be submitted In the fol o JJ form- "I Jor we hereby propose to famish the Indian Department, according to the terms of ine adrerllssment of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, dated October 26, I860, the following ar ticles at the prices thereto affixed Iher. Insert the list 1 Ssld articles are to be dellrered In the cltr of dew York on or befor. the 1st dar or Kerch net: and If this proposal b. accepted, 1 or we will, within Ibreedajre thereafter, exe cute aeoutraelec.ordluKlr,.od IJ'""""''!',"' Isfactorr to the Commissioner of Indian Allaire, for tbo faithful performance of tlfce same. Each proposal must be aceompaledbTagnar antr lu the following; form, to be laed by two responsible persons, whoso sufflclener Bust be cerllled by a United blalee Judue or District At torney . "We hereby Jointly ana eererally Kr antee that the abore bidder, or bidders, If a contract eball be awarded to blu or them ac cording to his or thelrlbtd or proposal, willed- eeute a contract accordingly, and Klr tbe re nolslto security for tho faithful performance 01 the samo as pruticnuea id in laTiuunuK.i -. I-ropo-als for Indian goods, dated October 28, 1&0; and In the eront of his or their failure so ., rtar.hr strrea and hlud ourselves, oar belrs, executors, and assigns, to forfeit and Pay the Untied btatoa as damages, a sum not lss th an fifteen per cent, on the amount of aald bid or cropo.nl ' . .. iVonds will be required In tbe amount of tbe bid or tbe faithful performance of tbe contract, wltlt tWO or mora iuria, wuuo .um.t muit be certified to by a United State Judgo or w.. tnrnmtMKl will be oonaldered that does not t.i.tl Annform to the terms and direction of this auvarjl.emeat. D.N.COOLBV. 0C27-3tWlU0Vll5 vomiiimitiini GARDNEH'B PH0T0QRAP1II0"aUT GALLERY, INTBLLrOKNOBR BUILDINO, 0SI Seventh street, ONCE MORE IN RUNNING ORDBR. The damage caused by the late fire ha been so far repaired that badness will be resumed TniS MORNING, (WEDNESDAY, October 4th.) When, as formerly, the role will be itrtctiy en forced tbroujthont the establishment. "PRODUCE THE BEST, NO MATTER WHAT THE COST IN TIME AND MATKKIAL " Mr. 0 takes till opportunity to thank his nu ....,. Min.u nnd customers for past kind no, and to Bay U shall be hi constant aim to con timi tn merit the very liberal encouragement heretofore extended to him oc.'dtf TOLTN R. ELVANS A CO. O 87l ot ronlslana avenne and SOS G s'.reet " pBALBB 1M KBG HARDWARE. nni,tI.i.i..i tlolOdl Tenoe, 8 to 12d , Box, o, 7, 9d. CDT blMKEb-1 lo71nchea. CLINCH NAILS 1IOKSB 8IIOKS, Bordeu'e Ooiernme'i "" i tot; Burden's City, No 1 toll v "" 1., So. 1 to 4, Mulebuoes, 1, 2, 3. HOUSE NAILS Orlffln's, 0 to 10, Putnam's, to 10: 1-utnam's, "X," dtolO, New London, fl to 10; "American, " (I to 10 sr.Il TKHMH. NgTWlSRH M"AY0Il'S OFFICE, WASIIINUTON, 1). n nr rnnER lo. !Ru3 Vnil.. u h.petir irlveu. that from and after the 1st day of NOVEMItBK uext, in aocordaneo with tbe law approved May 1, 1883. no permit will Lai,, fmm this office for the purpose of excavat ing any street, aveuue, alley, or sidewalk, for any purpose whatever, except tne necessary re pafr. to w.r.. 'l 0CtU-MtVl J XT' QOUNOII. PIIOCKKDINGB. Doatil of Aldermen. . MoDir, October SO. Tbe Board met atthensnal hour, the Presi dent, TB. Lloyd, esq, lathe chair 1'resentt Aldermen Rarr, Oallck, Tross. Magruder, Noyes, Tnrton, A. Lloyd, I'eppef, Can fie Id, Owen, and COXaVTlttCATIOKe. The Chilr laid bfore the Hoard a enanmnnlo. Hon from the Mayor, announcing hi approval of . louowing acisraa act io cause ine footway lo be paved and tbe Curbstone t en tbe east front of sqnares No 920 and 929, and on the west front of square 021 , an act making an appropria tion to purchase a hose reel for tht ttie of bteam Koloc CempaiyNo 9; an act authorising the enrbstonr to be set and the footwar vaved on the eiuit front ef square No. 107; an act Firwj'iinuag vu to compenaaie oauiuei Ooraod, Major' clerk, for extra labor lu the disbursement of the Metropolitan police fond; an act making an appropriation to place a fur nace In the Washington Aiylnm ; an act author ising the laying of a watnr main in Thirteenth atreet west, from N street north to 1' street north, and along 1 stret north to Fourteenth atreet weit : an act authorising the curbstone to be set and the footway paved oa (be oast front of Square 213, an act authorising a sewer to be constructed In D street nortb, from Sixth to Seveath it recti west, and In a portion of the alley of Sanare No. 437. an act anthorlitng tbe larinjr of a water main from the Intersection nf feunirlranla ave nue aad First street west along the circular road west of the Capitol ground to Maryland avenue, and thence along Maryland avenue to 6eond treet went; an act making an appropriation for digging a drain along Bute nth street west from F street north to U atreet north, and along U street to Seventeenth atreet west, and for other purpose, an act making an additional appro priation to complete the flag footway on the north and south sldf K street north from the terminus of the foot pavement to the bridge over Rock creek; joint resolution earnestly protecting agalmt placing a House of Refuge In the Judi ciary Square. aisu n communication returning to ine uoara without bis approval an act entitled 'An aet for tbe purpose of laylog a flagstone In the nortb alley of reservation No 10, In the Fourth ward ;' ' and alio "An aet to repair the pavement In the alley of square No 368,' because the expense of me wora suouia do assessed on tne property benefited The bill were lost ye 3, nay 10 Also a communication tranimlttinir a Proposi tion from Henry Lylea, Eq , for the Improve- niDi oi me na-mngioa eanau Jteiarrea to ine Committee on Canals Mr Lrles offers to take ehattre of the eanal. wtm ait tne iaua ana ground properly belonging to It and bordering on It, or any laol belonging to said eanal under a grant from Congress under act approved May 31, 1632, or March 2, 1833 Mr Lyles propose to narrow the canal from Third street to Its month at Seventeenth atreet to a nalform width of sixty or seventy feet, as the Corporation may determine It Is proposed to Improve the sanitary condition of tne canal by havloir one foot of war In It at ebb tide within twelve months from the time the proposition Is aeceptsd, and within five yearn from the date of said acceptance to have tbe canal navigable for veiteU drawing four feet of water He offers to pay nnnually an amount equal to the net amount of profits, on an average, that tbe said canal has yielded for the last ten years, to be de termined from the book of tho Register of the city. Mr Lyles farther savs that he will remove the wall and again erect the same, at the north side, at bl own expense, and fornlih all the capital required, but will not be responsible for the bridges crossing the canal For doing this work the petitioner aik that all tbe right, title, and emoluments of aald canal, and all privilege granted by the Government of the Unlt'd (state lo tbe Corporation, be vested In the petitioner and blaannorlates, and that they have power to col lect, appropriate, and diburseall money accru ing from said canal for the period of twentyflve years If tbe proportion Is accepted, Mr, Lylen agreea to name hla associate, and to give security Id the sum of fM.ooo. Referred to Committee on Washington Canal. A coinraunicauonrequoRung ine passago oi an act appropriating the sum of thirty thousand dollars, payable out of the water fund, to carry into enect me joint resolution approved stay o, I860, auihorlifng the Mayor to purchase water pipe and other materials for laying water main Referred to the Committee oo Drainage Also, a communication nominating C J White, as resident student of the Washington Asylum InplacoofF 6 Walsh, resigned The nomina tion was confirmed. Also, an Invitation from the executive commit tee of tbe Worklngmen'a Mae Meeting, Inviting in uoard to do preoent at ine meeting to-uigui The Invitation was accepted rtTJTIOHH Mr Magruder presented tbe petition from the V " aivi e vi i'vi IJ ana rusip lVi, aIU IUII Mil act anthorlitng the alley In said square to be op"nd, oerepcaieu iwoumiiieeon improvements Mr Owen presented the petition of Allison Nallor and others, asking that a sewr be coo structsd In E treet north, between Thirteenth and Fifteenth streets west, and that the carrUtfn war be paved on a. between fourteenth aad fif teenth streets Committee on Dralnsge Mr A. Lloyd present 1 the rollowlog eorornu nleatlon, algned by W. II Claggctt. John R El vans, A K snepnera, J l jHitcneu. ana u w. Hotf ler, Jr , nirector or tue uoara oi iraue To the IfonorabU Vu Hoard, u Aldermtn of tht CUy vf Wathingtun The undersigned, a committee appointed by iri. Directors of the Board of Trade of tbe Dis trict of Columbia to remonstrate s gal nit tbe pas aage of tbe bill now before your honorable body graining IO ue n .buiukivu iuu amAjpsaumia intt- road the privilege of running cars propelled by steam through certain street of tht city, re KTwtrifiillY represent' Triiiin Tlew of tho members of tho Board of Trade of the District or uoiambia tne granting or this privilege to any company or companies lo a gross oatiage upon the lnduitrlallnterettsof this city , of Incalculable harm to the Intercut of it clttten, and calculated to destroy the busloes prospects OI tun eiru'M Th.t & tr lare lualorttr of all the Interests and trade of this city and of Its citlsens aro ut terly opposed to tne granting oi mi- privilege, snd that were an opportunity afforded, would Join In this remonstrance, and that we respect fully ask In behalf or the Doard of Trade and of the eltlien of Washington that you defer action upon this nut up.ui an opponumij do k""" " it. -iiiiAna to exDress their view upon a matter of such vital Importance to the interests of Wash ington Tbe communication wai laid over Informally until the bill from tho lower board should coino UP Mr Canfleld prexented the petition or F II Krauae, asking that certain errjnou.lj paid money be refuuded Committee on Claims. BIPOXTSOr riiMMITTXaa. Mr Turton, from the Commlttva on Drainage, reported adverely on the bill to lay a water main an First street west, from Pennsylvania avenue to Maryland avenue, and aloog Mary land avenue to Second street went The bill waa lout Ho alio reported back tbe bill to con I met a sewer la the alley In square s Paod Mr Drown, from tba Committee on rollro, re ported adversely on tho bill nu tbo riling the lo cution of lumber, wood, and coal yard Uill lost Also the bill maklnr appropriation to cleaoce the city of Wa-hlngtnn to avert epidemic cholera being lntroduted In the city Mr llrown slated tbe object had been accmnpllehed lu an other bill lb committee was discharged Also, bill requiting the Hoard of Metropolitan Police CoinmUslouer to station asuOlcleut num ber of policemen in the several market-houses during market hour Passed Atho, a bill to allow William Darne to erect a frame building on the line of the canal, betweeu fllilrJ and Four and-a-half ftlreets Passed The tame gentleman also reported back the rei-ort of the Register a to tho iiumborof 11 conned doaler, and asked that the same be placed on the files of tho Hoard So ordered lit Lloyd, from tho Committee on Claims, re ported buck the bill for ibe relief of Mrs. Mc Carthy Passed Mr Pepper, from the same committee, reported back the Mils for tbe remission of fine to John nod Win Itaaeh. Passed Mr Turlitn from tho Drainage Committee, re ported a bill InaciordaiiCH ltli the M.yor's re que.l, given above) mj proprlailng t)lO,(HiO to rurrylutu e fleet the Jolut resvlutlon apprjved May 6, .W 1'a.sed Mr oves, from the trevouth ward lele,7Mlont n.inf d back the bill Ul tbe mllvf of bumuul Ur OMco JntroduceJ a resolution requesting the Coimnme in rouce to inquire it it was uice-Vary for peddler of oyster and th pro prietors or leauiww .-. -w Ueenaeror their business Passed i. TnrinD. from the Drainage Committee, re ported back the till to construct a sewer In Fourth street west, from R to I atreet north. P"e bulb OK THB tOWM 6aRD. Tb fcUl aathorlilog tba holding of market dally la the several market .honser, waa referred to the Committee on Markets, Bill to compensate Jobn Hiti for A chool-hou Eu re based by him and tnrned over to tba Bobool oard, referred to the Committee oa .PubUe Sohools. Bill to lay a gravel footwalk on the eaat aid of Eighth street asl from ait Capitol lo North A street i pasted. BUI setting apart the lit of December next a a day of National Thanksgiving, la conformity with the President' proclamation t pasted. The bill granting a certain privilege to tk Alexandria, Washington and Georgetown Rail road Company was rad ; and, on motion of Mr. A. Lloyd, the bill and petition of tnedlrtcturs of the board of Trade were referred to a apeotal commute or sevenon from each ward. The followlngnamed gentlemen consulate the committee i Mir. Magruder, Barr, Brown, A Lloyd, Oullck, Cross, and Noys. Mr, Noyes offered the following amendment, which he desired to go before tbeeommttte with the understanding that the bill weald be open to farther amendmeat when reported baekt Strikeout the worde Mateam-power' aad la tert "norae-powar;" also strike out the word 1 reasonable n seat I on on aad two. The amend meat Wis referred to the committee. And the Board adjourned. Homrd of Conamoa. Cmmel!. The Board mt at lb usual hour J all th asta bor present exoent Mr Wrlffhl The President laid before the Board a message from th Mayor announcing his approval ef the snowing acis; to pay u w m. a ma ror worx don la tbe Third and Fourth wardej forth re lief of John Wuaderlleb ; to eoaatrnet a sswer In O street north, from Foarteenth to Fifteenth street weatt making further appropriations for th Fir Department; to gravel footway of M and Boundary atrset north; for lb relief of J W.Nye; also, an aot regulating the sale of In toxicating liquors, THB LiTi OOt, CLEIO CARLnaiX. The President also laid before tba Board a communication from the Mayor enclosing aa In vitation from Rear Admiral Dahlgren to th Council to attend tha faneralobseqnlseof his son, Col Dlrle Dahlgren, to-day, tn the First Presbyterian Cbnrah, Four-and-a-half street; which, on motion of Mr. Peugh, waa accepted raoroaiD MboasBaaiT or tbb roLiov or raast- DISTS LiaOOLM AID JOHXMV Mr White enbrnltted tha following Joint reso lution Whereas a certain political party did, In time past, appeal to the passion and prejudice of the American people, rather than their patriotism, as to cause our beloved country to be precipitated In civil war, aad whereas tht rebellion ha fullr tested those, of all tbe various political Eartles, who Blood to their country In Its darkest ours, and we, the TJaloa men, ball all ma a our orotnera in maintaining tne ngnta aaa ine liberties or tne American people ; taererore. Be it r tnltwt, That tht Con a ell heartily en dorse the principle and policy of onr lamented Chief Magistrate, Abraham Lincoln, In anbdulag one of the xratest rebellion known to th elrll- lied world, brought en by reckless politicians i known as States. Rlahts Democrats, and other factions, who forgot that ther had a aatlooalltr and a Oovernment to preserve, baaed apoaffocrf andJutUce to all men. And be it further rtoltit. That w rngnli tn Andrew Johnson, now President of the United States, an nallashlag republican, who stood by our country In Ha darkest hours, aad believing tLaineis following in tne rootsiepsoi in ia mented lUart, we pledge hlra our hearty and aa divided snDDort And be it further re$olvd. That the Co a grew about to assemble, having beea elected by ao overwhelming majority, by ti Caloa party of tne several states, mat we nave iae most im nllelt confidence In their wisdom aad Patriotism. and we fel aatliSed thai they will not Impose any legislation upon u that la against oar In tercut I After alenslhr debate Mr, Dudley moved lo lay tho resolutions on the table; which waa awrtwii io i Tens id. diti . ss loiiowe i Yea Messrs. Anderson, Dudley, Edmonstoa, rergunon, uamiiton, uaiei, Joyce, steaa, renvn, Rheem, Flmms, Talbert, Tynan, Walker, Wil liam, and the President Nays -Messrs Hall, Hcrrell. Stewart, and White. Tm colokio arnoou Mr nU Introduced the following resolution ' Rtiolvtd, That the Mayor be requested to lay before the Council any ummuIallons which mar have passed between himself and th trustees of colored school since December 12, 1&64. th ditto of the last sommunUatloa laid be fore tbi Council by the Mayor) and also at what time and bow much money has bea paid to the truste of colored sohool under th law of May 21.1&63. and also at what time and what pronor- Uovate rnrt of the school fuad has been paid to said trustee under tbe 18th sssllon of th aet of Congress approved Jaae 25, IMt; and also the proportion and Ibe amount of money paid lo said tr uttt.es underihe 19th section of said at,wber1n th Mayor la made a trustee for Congress la the Just and equitable disbursement of lu gratuity underpaid 10th section and also tf th Cornora- tlon has been sued by said Iras tees for say of lb saute ui hi u uy uhi iuu vj mmj ei t uoagress, and if so, for Low much moaey has tha Corpora tion been sued) aod also bow niueb, If any, money is still due aald trustees Mr. EdmoBstoo moved to ly the resolution on the table, which was agreed to yea 13, nay 3, as follow i cas Mears Anderson, Dudley, Bdmonston, Ferguson, Hamilton, Herrell, Joyce, Mead, SI rams, Stewart, Talbert, Tynan, Walker, William, and the President Nays Messrs Hall, Haiel, Peugh,Rheem,land White. OOVIBXMMT LAXD IV THB C1TT. Mr. Hall Introduced tbe following resolution, which wa agreed tot Xtsolctd, That the Mayor be requested to In form tbla Board Whether tbe Collector of Taxes cannot demand and eompel persons who have purchased land from the Government of lb Uni ted Slates within tho city of Washington and filled to put tbe deeds on record to pay taxes for the year ther have owned such land Kitotvtd, That the Mayor be reque.led to as. certain from the Commissioner of l'nblle Build ing the names of all persons to whom th Gov ernment has sold land within th corporate limits of Washington city during the past twenty year, ' and communicate the same to this Board at hla earliest convenience. BIOUT HOCB KGMVRXT Mr. Ferguson, from the Committee on Way and Moans, reported without recommendation the I ill from the Board of Alderman, providing that all act heretofore passed be amended so tli at eight hours shall constitute a day' work on all Corporation work Mr r Introduced waUll a a substitute; and as amended, oa the motion of Mr Moore, Is a fol lows: lie if enacUd Iv tht Board of Aldermen and the JJ yard ttf Common Couneil of fna VUu of WatMnglon, That from and after tbe first day of January, IMA ell persona contracting for work authorlicd by this Corporation shall guarantee In his or their proposal to allow eight hour 16 be a legal day 'a work, and no contract shall be awarded to any person or persona without said guarautee Is expressly stated In his or their pro tile, and said a uarantee shall be entered on the tond or bonds of said party or parties "to whom contracts eball be awarded by the Mayor or othtr offlcers of this Corporation authorised by I my to contract for work for said Corporation tic. 2 Andbn it matted. That frdm knd after tbo first day of January, 1869, eight boors shall constitute a legal day' work for all person tailored by this Corporation, I'rottJtt, That the Corporation shall aot pay a higher price for contracts or a his her rate of waves for its work than Hhall be paid for similar contract and for similar worx wnn done for private companies or Individuals bee 3. AndU U enacted. That all acts or part of act Inconsistent with the provision of this act be, and the name la hereby, repealed Mr Peugh moved to add lo the bill, "That for the violation of anr of the nrovls one of thle aet. a penalty of fifty dollars shall be Imposed on lh per. on so offending," which waa not agreed to yras a, najs iu Yeas Messrs, Mead, Peugh, Kheem, Stewart, aud the President Nays Messrs Anderson, Dudley, E Im irtstoo, Fergus n, Hamilton, Herrell, tlinw, Illrl. Walker, aud Wlilii bovoral motions wen made to sineud, lay on IheUblit, lie , w bou tho bill wa pid j Chu follow iUg Ql Yeus Miar Audet-on, Dndloi, Umonston, l'ergusou Hamilton Herrell Med blruius, Stewart Talborl, Walker, While, uud the Pro-l-dent 13 TJ.ur..... DKaiih anil WllliftlDS 2 Mr Mead gave nutlte that on next Monday evening be would move lo rconldr the vote by which tbe blltw passed BULK IJiTROPrrBP u. iusik inir.idnoed a tolnt rsnlntlon to re peal the act requiring applicant for license to .,. -ti th of atUulanco Refer red- Mr, IUII pr-ieatcd Ue petition of Jinea Towlti Mklng tha return of taxe erroneously paiJJ Refer ted. Mr ABderaOn lntroJnead a Intat t-atutlnttAn n polntlag a day of thanksgiving and ptayer I which wa pasted. Tha PvaalilAtnt riraaiAnl&J ft i.lt.ll. .. JO. W. Mattlngly. Secretary of the Working, men' Coaventloo, to attend the mas meeting . the worklBff men of WaahimrtAti.tA ha hM . th 31t Instant. In front of the Citv Hail i whik waa accepted. Mr. Frgooa lo trod need a bill aathorliag ti laying ef a water-main In 3d street east, from U street south t Aaaeostla river Referred. Mr. HrrU Introduced a bill to make a grav 1 footwalk on tha east aid of Eighth street, from nasi uapitoi io norm a atraoi. rasaeo. Mr Dudley Introduced a biU to enlarge th ewer at th latersaotloa of Maryland aveava aad Third atreet west, and for other purposes. aveierrva. Mr. White lBtradnaada bill tatneraaaa than tf of tk several Ward Commissioner. Referred., Also, a but appreprtaiinr tM.ooo for lb pur ehao ef fuel for the deserving poor of the city. ttererrea. BBrOBTI Of OOHkflTTBia. Mr Fsre-aaoa. from the Committee on Ware and Ms a, reported a bill (B A.) for tborolkC of Provtdeaeo HesplUI. Paaaed. Mr. HMD, rrom laetoiamiuee on improve meats, reported the Joint raaolaiWa (B. A.) an Ihorlilag th openlag of fllxth itraot west from th eanal to Mala avsaa. Ioetpoa4( Also, a Joint resolution extending th Urns for? taking oat permit for g, water, apjl other x arattoa Amended aad pasted. - Also, a bill to repair an alley In xjnaara 484. Passed. Also, a bill to Increase th pay of th Com mis elonersofthe avral ward. Paaaed. The bill (B A ) for the relief of tfamnet Orern waa referred lo the Seveath Ward delegation. On motion or ur. wniu, tbe Board adjoaraea. QlTDlRIIO AKD KBEfMO ArpLii-Tn order to aooara loandneta and praaervatlon it ! lndiapensablj necoisary that tho frulc should be gathered by hand. For winter1 frail tba gathering ti aeiayea u long a poulble, avoiding severe froU, and the. most luocMgfnl praetiea with our extenilva orchard lit 1 1 to place tha good frnitdireotly tn a oarefnl manner in new, tight flour bar reli, aoon a gathered from tho tree Thera barrel ihould be gently shaken while, filling, and the head closely pressed in, they are then plaoed In a cool, shady expoiura nnder a ihed open to the air, or on tba north tide of a build I Dg, protected by a, covering of board over the top, where the remain for a fortnight, or until the cold get too eerere, when they are carefully traniferreil to a cool, drj cellar. In which air can be ad ml tied occasionally In brifk weather. A cellar for this parpoee ahould be dug la dry, gravelly or sandy soil, with, If possible, a slope to the north, or, at any rate, with, opening on the north side for the admission of air very rarely In weather not exeeisWely eold. Here the barrels should be placed oa the side, and the ceMar should bo kept oj dark a possible. In suoh a cellar, one ot the largest apple growers in Daehtvi county Is able to keep the Greening apple, which. In tbe fruit room, usually decays in January, until the 1st of April, in the freshest and finest condition. Some persons place a layer of clean rje straw between every layer ot apples when packing them in barrols.DcTtcw "a". COBHILL UlVITBRSI-TT The last ACt r quisite for giving effect to the law Incorpo rating ine ' uorneu university, waa per formed yesterday by Senator Cornell, In tha payment of $15,000 to the trustees of tha Genesee College at Lima, which the act re quired to be done within six months after the passage. The half million of dollars to the trustees of the "Cornell University," which the aot also requires, had been paid previously by the Senator. Tho law is now complete, and we are glad to learn that tha work Is in progress for tbe erection of this Important educational institution This large appropriation to the cause of Science, will plaoe the name of Etra Cornell foremost; among the names of the munificent benefac tors of the country. Albany journal. Labomxo Women or Esolakd aid Scot laid .In London efforts at being made to improve the condition of laboring women. A hall has been obtained whoro seam stresses can work, instead of in the wretched garrets where they live. Companies havu been formed, which propose to furnish cheap and comfortable rooms for them to live in. In Kd In burgh, societies are endeavoring, with irood DroBDoct of success, to secure tbeln employment In new branches of business. Some of them have been employed at photo graphing with perfect success. 30,000,000 iffici, lo a m. COUPON BONDS ll acne or fSO, 100, $300, and $1,000. 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