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PrctldiatofthaUnlUdBUuVofAbicr
lea. .Tta att waom i way concern
.fittro'tory 4ti(lric having- Wn exhib
ited to ma that Orrhird jAniicif, hat
been appointed Conul of Oldenburg, at
New York, I 66 hereby recognlie blm ai
inch, and declare blm free to exerelie and
enjoy iaoh function, power, and prlrllerei
ai are allowed to Comoli by the law of
natloneor bj tbe lawi of tbe United Statei
and e xtitlng treaty itlpalatlom between tbe
QoTernment of Oldenburg and the United
State.
In toitlmony whereof, I hare earned these
letter! to be made patent, and the leal of the
United Btatei to be hereunto affixed.
Glren under toy hand at the City of Wash
ington, the twenty-second day of
March, In the year of our Lord one
ft 8. thousand eight hundred and ilxty.
lit, and of the Independence of the
United Btatei of America the nine
tieth. ANDREW JOIINEON.
By the President:
William II. Sswabd,
Secretary of State.
ANDREW JOHNSON,
President or the United Statei of
America
To nil whom it may concern:
Satisfactory evidence having been exhibited
tome that Nicolai Uahsek Holmes has
been appointed Vice Consul of Denmark for
the State of Florida, to reside at Pemaoolaf
I do hereby recognise him as such, and de
clare him free to exercise) and enjoy such
function, powers and privileges as are allowed
to Vice Consuls by the law of nations, or by
the laws of the United States and existing
treaty stipulations between the Government
of Denmark and the United States.
In testimony whereof, I have oauted these
letters to be made patent and the seal of the
United States to be hereunto affixed
Given under my band at the city of
Washington, the sixteenth day of
March, In the year of our Lord one
L. a thousand eight hundred andilxty-alx,
and of the Independence of the United
States of America the ninetieth.
ANDREW JOHNSON.
By the President :
William II. Seward,
Secretary of State.
ANDREW JOHNSON,
President of the United State of
America t
To all whom it may concern!
Satisfactory evidence having? been ex
hibited to me that Mohiti vox Baumbach
has been appointed Vice Consul of Aleck-lenburg-Schwerio,
at Mllwaukle, Wisconsin,
I do hereby recognize him as such, and
declare him free to exercise and enjoy such
function, powers, and privileges as are
allowed to Vice Consuls by the law of nations,
or by the laws of the United States, and
existing treaty stipulations between the
Govern men t of Mechlenburg Schwertn and
the United Statos.
In testimony whereof, I have caused these
letters to be made patent, and the seal of
the United States to be hereunto affied.
Given under my hand at the olty of Wash
ington, the twentieth day of March, In
the year of our Lord one thousand
l. s.j eight hundred and sixty-six, and of
the Independence of the United Statei
the ninetieth.
ANDREW JOHNSON.
By the President'
William H. Skwahd,
Secretary of State.
local wiawH.
Police Comuissiorrrs. The regular
weekly meeting or tbe Board of Metropolitan
I'ollce Commissioners vu held yesterday after
noon, ai their rooms, on Tenth etreet; tbe two
new member present
Tbe firat business la order wai the election of
ofilcera to flit the vacancies earned by the recent
change In the Board
Tb following; named gentlemen were nnanl
mo only elected : 1'resldent, Dr. Chtrlee II.
.Nichols; Vice President, Mr. Samuel llorment;
Treasurer, Mr. William J Mortagta Theae gen
tlauen are the oldeat member Id tbe Board, and
their many frlende will be pleased to learn of
tbatr election
The following oncers were dlamlased from the
force i George II Slmonda and Wm 8 lllgglns,
both of tbe tllxth precinct, and Patrick W Ualll
van and James Sullivan, of the Fifth precinct
Tbe following-named persona were appointed
on the regnlar force i John B Wltaon, vice Jaa
illlvan, diemlased; Henry Nash, vice Patrick
W. Sullivan, dlamlaaed ; Henry tateman, vice
Geo II Slmonds, dlamlaaed.
Mr Uoorge II, Adama wai appointed an addi
tional patrolman between. Ninth and Tenth
atreetf weat and II and I atresia north.
Adjourned.
Good Friday To-day being Qood Friday.
tbe services In tbe Catholic and Episcopal
Cburchaa are very Impressive The Interior of
the Catholic Cbnrchea are draped In morning,
tbe altar la dlveated of all the candle and orna
ment, and the cbnrchea preaent a moat solemn
appearance The aacred boat I taken from the
tabi-ruacle on the altar on Tburaday and placed
la tbe lepalcbre, where It remains until tbl
morning, when It la again placed on the altar.
The principal ceremony to-day la the unveil
ing of the eroee Many person visit the Catho
lic chnrche to day to view tbe aepalehre To
morrow Is Holy Saturday, when solemn service a
will again be held On taster Sunday the altars
are beautifully decorated, and grand high mass
Will be celebrated la all tbe churches.
Death or thb Supirintcrdcrt op tab
AavLDM Mr Joalah Adams, the Superintendent
of the Washington Asylum, died at bis resi
dence, near the Asylum, tbl morning abont two
o'clock, of typhus fever, after an Ulna of two
weeks Mr. Adam ha held the position of Su
perintendent at tbe Aiy turn for ecveral years
past, and faithfully discharged bla duties He
leaves a large family, and hla death will be
toourned by a large circle of friends. The
funeral take plaoe oa Sunday afternoon.
ItoBBiio a Moiet Drawer Thomas II.
English, a white boy eighteen yeera of age, was
arrested on th Island yesterday by Officer Jamee
on a charge of stealing four dollar from tbe
drawer In Scott's restaurant, on Four-and-a-half
street, between I and K He had a bearing
before Justice Doawell, and was committed to
Jail to answer the charge at court,
Futiral The funeral of Lieut Soleller,
of Hancock's corp, took place lat evening,
from Masonic Uall,at the coiner of Ninth and!)
atreeta Tbe escort eonslstsd of LafayetU Lodge
and the company of which deceased wm an
offlcer Ue wa barfed with Masonic honors
Rial Estate Sales Messrs J C. Mo
Quire & Co sold yesterday lb re -story and
basement brick dwelling-house on I, fourth door
west of Twentieth street west, to Mrs. 6 Hen
rlques, for 69,100,
WANTED A SMALL FURNISHED
HOUSE, six to eight rooms, In tbe vicinity
of Ninth street, and not too far from Pennsylva
nia avenue. Address S ,If4TioAi Kiroaucia
qfOco, mni9-lf
BT33AM8HIPS.
EW YORK AND WASHING TON
t ITIAMIIIIP COMPANY.
OLD LINK,
a TIA CANAL, BETWEEN
HEW YORK,
-3 ALEXANDRIA,
WASHINGTON,
AND GEORGETOWN.
Ate ma re i
NEW YOniC, MAYFLOWER, BEVERLY, AHD
uawnua m oiuuii
Regular Sailing Diys t
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
at )3 m , from No 63 Water etreet, Georgetown.
- ii tv ami iuirr, . vi wan street, new
For freight, apply to
JOllNB DAVIDSON, Agent,
69 Water street, Georgetown, D. C.
M ELDRIDUEAro, AgnL,
Prince-street Wharf, Alez'a.
JAMES HAND, Agent,
117 Wall etreet, New York.
Vpftll alat umiaatla a4 Sa. J .. .1 l.
-- .vs..M vvtintBUII BUU lUIWirillU IO
I'm. ui auj Kvuairj wiin aiaiiiicn
"wii juna u uAviueu.T, Agent.
New YORK.
ABB
WA8HINOTON
ITIAMSniF COMPANY,
(OLD LINK,)
BITW1IB
HSW TOBK, ALEXANDRIA, WASaiNOTON
UD aiOBOETOWV, D. 0.
OCEAN STIAHIBs
BALTIMORE, BXBECCA CLYDE, .is EMPIRE,
ii ooiiiiotioi witi uuib iTiiain -OEOBOE
II. STODT, MAT LOWER, AND
ANN ELIEA.
Beanlar Bitllir Dlj, TUESDAYS 1.4 FBI
DAYS, at 11 m. . from tool of Ulru itrMl. Oatam,
kiwi, a nr 1, But BUr, (fool ot Wall
.irMif in.w xori.
rorsri&lor pai,. appiru
0. P. II0UQUT01f.Ariat,
rot at Ulth alr..l. CtMri.towa.
U. BLDBIDOB & Co , AdU,
Prlne. Strut Wharf, Al.xaadrla,
JAMES HAND, Aat,
117 Wall Strnl. Haw TorV
Tralght r.e.lT.d coaBtaatlj and forwarded to
all part, of Ih. coontrT wlla dlipalih, at lowtit
ratM. "
Tb. oatttd. nt.aniiri of tbla lloa ar. now b.tng
pollaord.r for th. SnrlD. trade, and natll far
ther nolle, oar freight will b. earned bv tb.
p iihs ui iBtaoa miBin, wiia rraaiari
and dlepatck. 0. 1'. llOUdllTO.f , Ageal,
roil SjVTEI.
s-
ALE OF GOVERNMENT WOOD.
IlaADqvABTias DlP'T OF WaSRUrOTUV, "1
(Corner Penn. aTenue and lflU street,) f
WABBtHOTOV. D a, March 4.1B81 J
The anrplus Government Wood on hand In
virivi vr VHiir uviiiiiiaitii. i
.a,cuy and Alexandria In now offered foreale
la quantities from i of a cord to 10 cord, to all
persona dealrlne to curckate
Thla wood le of rood quality, thoroughly
seasoned, and mixed! a tbe proportions of one
third Oak and two-thirds Pine The Wood Yard
are located on Maryland are n ne.be t ween Seventh
and Eighth streets: at Fourtooth street, near
iong image, m mi cny; at n en a au urten,
one mile north of the Daltlmora and Ohio RaII.
road Depot, and one eighth of a mile north of
laecuyoi Aiexaaaria.oa mo wasniagton and
Alexandrlarallroad. Price of wood at tha Tarda
In Washington, six dollar (C6) pr cord; at
tjtsBiiriK, nvvaouara i per cora, aia a
llvered In any part of Washington at seven dol
lars (17. rr cordt In Oeoraretotrn it eevB AtA.
lara and twnty-0re cents (7 13) per cord, and
in Aiezaaariaat sti aouar ana eigniy cents
Apply only at this offlce daring offlce hours,
and to Brevet Major Jaw QUaaon. A Q M ,
at Alexandria wood-yard, from 0 o'clock, a.m ,
to 13 o'clock, noon
Term i Cash In Oovernment fond
M I. LDDINQTON,
Colonel and Chief Quartermaster,
mho 2U Department of Was b 1 n f ton.
CUPREME COURT OF TIIK DISTRICT
OPJTOLUMDIA.
ELLK5 Brn.iR )
vt UO EQUITY, Docket 7.
Oxoaui Bctlek I
The subpoena Ismed to compel the appearance
of the defendant havln? bum retnrned "nim
er," ana .ne compiaioani naTing niea an am-
uavitinai ins aeianaani nai beeo absent from
aald District for more tban alx month tast past,
so that process cannot ba serred neon him
It la, tbla 30th day of March, 18A0, on motion of
ina complainant, oratrea atunamoer mat me
defendant cans his aonaarauce to be entered to
tbl cause on or before tbe first TUESDAY of
June next; otherwise, tbe bill will be taken for
confessed : Provided, a, coor of thla notice be
published la tbe ISatiovai. Rarest icaw oaten
weex ror six weeae wrote iaia nrit Tuesday
A. B OLIN, Justice, ic
A traecopy:
Testi R J MEI06, Clerk
W Y. Fixpatl. for complainant.
mhSO-lawflw
BOARDINO TWO GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated with a BOOM and BOARD
at 497 Maryland avenue, eclff-tf
Q W.OWENHASTHISDAYRECEIVED
- ANOTHEK INVOICE OF SPRINQ OOOD9.
ClothsiCasalmcre, and Vesting. Also, a large
io 01 1 uraisDiDir kopub tor gKuis wear
Good pant bands wanted. AddIt at 212 Penn
avlvaala avenue. 8. W. OWEN.
mnT7Qiw
GARDNER'S PnOTOQRAPniC ART
-a OALLEUY,
INTELLIOENCER BDILDINQ
011 Seventh street,
ONCS MORE IN RUNNING ORDER.
Tbe da mare caused br the lata lira ha been 10
far repaired that business will be resumed
THIS MORNING, (WEDNESDAY, October 4tb,)
When, a formerly, the rale will be strictly en
forced throughout the establishment,
TRODUCE THE BEST, NO MATTER WHAT
THE COST IN TIME AND MATERIAL."
Mr. 0. take tbl OBDortanitr to thank hla tin.
msrons friend and customers for past kindness,
and to eayltehall be hi eonstant aim to eon
Unue to merit th very liberal encouragement
heretofore xUadd to biro m4-4i(
TNSURE YOUR PROPERTY AT HOME.
FIRE INSURANCE.
THE NATIONAL UNION INSURANCE COM
PANY OF WASHINGTON.
CHARTERED BY CONGRESS.
CAPITALtT.OOO.OOO.
BISKS TAKEN AT THE LOWEST RATE?.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
NO CHARGE FOR I'OLICIES.
orrica:
421 Fifteenth street, nearly opposite RIgge A
uo ' naaaing 11 0 ate.
BRANCH orriCA.
At JOHN n JOHNSON'S Law Office, No M Lou
isiana avenue, near tunic or wesbington.
This Comnanv Is now i re cared to lnsnr .11
descriptions of property a alast loss or damage
by fire on auch term a cannot fall to be accept
able to the cltUena of tb District Id thla Com
pany yon can Ipaurayonr FURNITURE, MER
CHANDISE, WAREHOUSES, OR DWELLINGS
for a year or shorter period
Tbla Company starts with a CASH CAPITAL
of 9100,000, all paid rt, tbereby enabling them
tw offer to tbe clttsen of the District greater
security then ha ever been offered heretofore
Policies will be laaned for a shorter period
than one rear, according to the New Yirk scale
lor snort insurant),
biaxoToaii
Charles Knap.Pranidcnt, Richard Wallach,
0 W.Rlgga.Vlce Pre'., Daniel Dodd,
Thomas Berry, H C Fahue.tock,
Gorg S Gideon, William Dixon.
uaraaati urown,
no 03 -Cm NOULEJ) LARNBR fieeretary
1Mll8lBTO"GIVE notToe, THAT THE
. anbserlber ha obtained from tha OrDhans'
Court of Washington county, In tb District of Co
lumbia, letters of administration on the personal
estate of John Spencer, late of Washington
Cltv,D 0 ,deceased All persons having claim
against th aald deceased are hereby warned to
exhibit the same, with the voucher thereof, to
the subscriber, on or before the SOtb day of Jan
lfrl they may otherwise by law be ex
eluded from all benefit or tha said estate
Given undev my hand this 90th day of Janu
ary, 1888 ROSA STOKES,
wwaw- Admlalslratrlx
WT-i
JPINO PAPER JOlt BALK AT
fct uiiivf
A Bg' Q B 3B M 3B If T a". !
GIIO VBB'S, THEATBE.
Penaejlraala aeeane, aear Wlllarde' Iloiel.
, . CUAROX OF TIME.
Ope. at T r.rforuaee at s t'eloek
ttEsuMriioif or tii romiKR popntAB
r. " TRICIS OF ASMISSIOM,
With no etlra ebar,e for eecarla, eeale In ad
.. vaaea,
2""T M cte.
DrenClrel M j, eU
Parinetl. ....."..".,"..;,. M tie
Orcheilra Cbalr ...i..if.ll 00
riieat. Boiee, holdlo, nntu i uo
Bex Ofle. open from I o'clock a. m. Io ' p. u.
OiiMD FKODUCTIOH,
! '''""'"''"""'""aaipled laitilleeiu,
or tb. eillr. Great Srxetaenlar Drama, la Flea
JOB ; OOtDiIJ.pUt. tb. MeeU 0 th. Heel
6tartlla, and Motel Hatnre, produced with Hew
and Me. alHe.it SceaerT, bj Elroa,; Wonderful
Meebaolcal El-eel.,br Kelljji.d Uroee: Saperb
Coitnmoi, bi Ura Eudl.lle; K. TropertUe and
Appolatrneaie.br 0. H foeter and all th. Orifl.
!.lllS?Vl0"4c'"'""'""der the direction of
Mr. Weber. The Grand Can of Ch ractere la
op.oflh. Terjr ben erer eelecled for the earn.
V. 'J. A""'lc. calling Into reqnlilllon Ih.
Itntlre Stren.lh of Ih. Great Compear, to which
hie been added, ae Leidla, Ladr, the Deantlfal
,-SU'"'"4ro,'0iIrtcanActreee,MRS
Aa.1B8 PRHY. rohil-lf
W
A8HINOT0N THEATRE,
wviucc , cievenm ana u eireeie
MADAME OHIOni AND SIOSOB SDSmi'S
ORAMD ITALIAN OriHA COMPARY,
MAX 8TBAKOS01I, DIBXCTOB,
Will loangnrat. a leiion of
stx nionTS or
GRAND ITALIAN Ol'IBA,
ON MONDAY EVENING, Al'ItlL , 1M8.
For fall partlcnlan ice Eatnrdir and Snidar
Papere mh30.lt
gTUPENEOUS CONSOLIDATION ! !
TWO SEPARATE AND DISTINCT EXHIBI
TIONS IN TI1E 8AME TENT I
DANKICES CIRCUS AND MENAOERIE
Will exhibit In Waehlaiton ONE WEEK, com
mencing MONDAY, APBIL 2.
EVEBY AFTERNOON AT 2 O'CLOCK.
EVERY EVENING AT 7 O'CLOCK.
LOCATION FOOT OF SIXTH STBEET, NE4R
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
ADMISSION TO GOTH SHOWS.. ......Wcenti.
Children nnder 10 yean of age 25 cente.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
The Meaagerl. will b. exhibited flril; arter
which will b. an latermlaalon of flftMa mlnntee,
Wing thoae a chance to retire who do not deelr.
0 wltneee th. performaaeee of tbe Arena.
DAN RICE will poeltlTelj appear In each Ex
hibition: Firet.ae Lectarer In the Menagerie
Secoed,ae Clown and Jeeler (for the flnt lime
In mior 7eare) In tbe Clrcaa.
THE MONSTEB ELErHANT ROMEO,
PoeltlTelj the Lergeet Elepbaat aver Imported
to thle country. Together with the largeit col
lection of LlTlog Anlmale.
RING TRICK AND PERFORMING H0RSL8,
PONIES, AND MULES,
with lb. wonderful
BLIND TALKING HORSE, EXCELSIOR, JK ,
will b. Introdnced at each ind titrj perform
ance. Remember the two eeparate Show, to be Been
for one price of admlaslon, or either eeparate for
the came price.
THE GORGEOUS PROCESSION
will Lai place MONDAY MOHMNO, APRIL 2.
abont 10 a m. mb27-tf
XI O T 33 Xi W
WILLABDS' HOTEL,
SYKES, CBADWICK & CO,
PaoraliToai, -
CORNER PENN. AVE. AND FOURTEENTH ST.
WASHINGTON CITY. n27-lf
TT 0 F F M A N HOUSE,
BROADWAY, CORNER Or TWENTY-FIFTB
STREET,
HEW TOR.K CITY,
MITCHELL, READ, AND WALL,
PROPRIETORS.
Th. HOFFMAN HOUSE le conducted npon the
plan of th. beet American and European Hotel.
It eomblnea all tbe modern Improvement, neeea
earr to th. greateet comfort of gueete that art,
Ingenuity and Uberalltj can poielbly derlee and
produce. Tbe bill of far. for th. table embraeoe
every variety and delicacy afforded by th. Amer
ican markote. In their leieon.
JtJtT 4. lfclld lyU-y
EXI'IIESSKH.
ADAMB EXPRESS COMPANY,
OFFICE 014 PENNA. AVENUE.
BRANCH OFFICE
tit PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, OPPOSITE
WILLARD'S.
OREAT EASTERN,
NORTHERN, WESTERN, AND SOUTHERN
EXPRE8S FORWARDERS.
Merchandlie, Money, and Valuablee of all
klade forwarded with dtepatch to all acceeilble
eectlone of the country.
COLLECTION OF NOTES, DRAFTS AND BILLS
made In all icceealble parte of the United Btatea.
C. C. DUNN, Ageal,
no!4-tf Waahligton, D. C.
WASHtKQTOM
jmliroWrry Stjiraiilttg
COMPANY.
322 F St, between Toth & llllBU.
Biiibtnl JJIaraott. . Pa.Uoiniin.
COPPBH STAMPS,
New and Cboloe at?),
For Yokei, Dreiiei, Collan & Cuffs,
Cloaks, Cushions, Smoking Cape
and Bllppera, (InolMdlng Masonio
Emblem,) In rroat Tarlety,
COATE5' AND OTHER COTTONS,
Bilk (Sewing .s4 Kmbrolderr),
Mohair, Braids, Needloe, o.
U4iM U tnpMlftill rTtU4 i enO nvl ntmaM
E-IH, a4 mt ba Mrxarvd ti nMrLaaj taM Mt
LM Utollia, raalrW IAy (mm rr, f M.
IB mrHMf lltMl thU UteM v. )t.
- f imMN IUI4,tUlkrtMMttll, JWk
I? D W A It D LYOKTT,
J BOOK-BIMDER AND PAPEB.KULER,
No 371 PenDS7lTaDlaarenQe,betireea Tentband
EleTeoth streets, sooth elde
Books elfganlly or plat o It boand Period
lcals and Newspapers earerolfr attended to
W
RAPFINO PAl'KK FOK BALK AI
ih. offlti of tli, HAiioaai BarniL0A.
APtTIIOtr 'BAIJIB.
fnTTGR rriru ariearrnv no nmrMinM
1 Market will k. eold to th. hltbe.l bidder,
qrtereadtajJaBe 30th. Tha Maaorewlllbe
- "f "; niivTtie aaa bsoss m re
BidietM llaUv ! IMV.. a.J. f..Mi
, BaliaalaMiAav ItlMBV V mm
w ViV, "" ! UlIlM,
""" viera ueaira Harkel.
g A LE OF MANURE.
Q cuana Mima Oiiraait'e Orrica, )
WiKeroir,D.O,rebrnarTia,18W J
. .1, v- rvu in vaTairr iepoi. uieeboro'.
"vV t ".WH-Mllf r etock.yard MANURE
waleh will h ahma a ...... ..'
frouad.orlabargeeorboateio le provided br
hem, at forty (48) Mate per euhle yard. Two or
.....- T..vV.sa wv VHlllinBtia uni ina
.- -.v..vB -v -.- h vw iginia per
lermit uaei, in aovernmenl finde.
By order of tb. Quartermaeter Oeaerat.
.j ,. . JAMES A. EKIN,
B,."!.B.rilldl"a"niI ' harg. Flril Dlvle-
loaQ.M.0.0. " f.MdtmSl
A'
UOTION SALE OP UNITED STATE8
AUUTAUY RAILROAD MATERIAL.
UaiTIDSTATiaUlUTiaTRAtLaOAM,
T Ba.lioam, )
TtlMASTia,
Hi, ISM.
loa, at ALEXAN-
urriCB or SITAHT MPAITttMASTia,
v. I,UIU,. V. i , allSrCB It
Will h mnAA al meklla ...It..
&RIA. Va . TniTtinav i..hi u,A
2 drst'Claaa LoeomollTe Engines, 4 eet 8U
Inch gsog ) cvlladera, 13x23; weight, U
4 Passeef er Care.
SO Box Prelht Care.
E Stock Cara
4 Platform Car.
SO Smalt Track Car.
St Tracks for freight Cere.
IS pair Wheel on ail.
2 Stoam Pamplov Eaglae.
1 Station ar Eaglne.
12 Henderson Pomp
30t) tone Second-hand Railroad Iron (ajoAd )
A large qnaatltr of Frogs, Nails, Switch Fix
tnres, Car ConpUegs, Bar Iron, Sprloga, Nnta,
Chain, Ma oil, Ales, llcka, Stores, File, Sperm
Oil. ae. '
20 BalldlagLfrotMOxlS to 200xi0 feet.
Lot of Offlce Furniture
Coatente of Printing Offlce.
A lerge qnantltjr of new Shelf llardware.
1 ITerrlog Safe
1 Saloon Car, 4 feet S'-lnch gang, elegantlr
flnlshed and famished with black walnnt,
trimmed with green plash; doable tracks, with
broad tread wheels.
Sale to commence at tea a m.
Term i Cash.laaoreramentfaod
II L. ROBINSON,
mhlfl thsatnllt Brt Brig. Oen ,A.a.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT COAL AT
ALEXANDRIA, VA,
Cniir QtTAaTiaitABTia'a Orrict, )
Daroi or Wasmiuqtoit, J
WASRiaaTOV,D C , Uarch 19,1868
Abont eercn thousand (7,000) ton of Oorern
ment ANTnBACITK COAL
on hand at Alexandria, Va , te offered for sal at
eight (8) dollars Dor ton. In amatlttea t,t mrt U
than one (t) ton, to be delivered to purchaser at
iu uvTtiBiuf m bull taro
Pamant to be made la Oovernmeat fund on
tbe dellTerr of the coal
rron wlahlag to porch as should apply toj
iiriu,u. y,oi j,u u i,na,A.u.M .atelxtu
street wharf, la this cltr.
d ii nncKiR,
Brevet MaJ. Oen. and Chief Qnar'er master,
mlfldtap3 Depot of Washington.
SALE OP GOVERNMENT AMBU
LANCES, CARTS, AND ARMY WAGONS.
CiiirQCAariaMAeTta'aOrnoi, )
DtroT or WAinmoTor, I
Vaanaarov, D. C , March 18, 1888.
Will be eold at nnhlla anetl.B mt T.tnonln f.
pot, Washington, D. D , nnder the direction of
DrT( uoionei u u Tompkins, quartermaster,
on MONDAY, April 2, IS06, at 10 o clock, a. m ,
" iviiw-iiui-uKBitviiiit uoTernuieni iroperir.
Tilt
100 to 200 Light Ambulances,
WO to 800 Armj Wagons,
which will be sold singly, ana must be removed
within five dare from date of aale
In addition to the above, there will be eold, at
the eamo time and place
100 Ons-bon Carte
Tbe sale will be continued from day to day
until all tbe property la sold.
Terms) Cash, la Oovernment fond
D. II RUCKER,
Brer MaJ, Oen. and Chief Quartermaster,
luhlfl.IOt Depot of Washington.
B
Y 0. W DOTELER, JR.,
AUCTIONEER
AUCTION SALE OF HOSPITAL STORES, WIIIS
KY, WINES, AC.
Hidioal PcaviToa'e Ornoi, )
WliVtllflTOl. D f! . If artth 91 . 1 MA i
Will be sold, at ttabtle anctlon. In tht.ellT.l
the JUDICIARY SQUARE WAREHOUSE, back of
me city nan, on wedhesday, the 18th day or
April next, at 10 o'clock a m .the following ar
ticle of Hospital Stores and Ltoaors, no longer
required for the use of the medical department of
tiia riaj, th.
Arrow Root, 10,000 lb j Barley, 10 OrtMbs
Corn Starch, 10,400 lbs ; Cocoa and Chocolate,
10 000 lbs
Cinnamon, powdered, 1,000 lbs ; Farina, 20,000
Taploco, 10 000 lb ;Elt of Beef,20,000 lb
Concent'd Milk, 20,000 lb I Ologer, 1,38) lb.
Extract of Coffee, 3,782 gall ; Beans, 000 lb
Pea Beans, 2,100 lbs ; Desc Potatoes, 100 lbs
Mixed Deso. Potatoes, 182 lb i Whisky, quart
bottles, 20,000
Whisky In bbl , gallons 3,900; Sherry Wine,
quart bottlea,40.000
Sherry Wine In bbl , 80; Jarragona Wine, In
bottles 10,000
The above articles will be eold la lots to suit
both large and email purchaser!.
Terms i Cash
Five (8) daya will be allowed to parties In re
moving their property
Catalogues ready by tbe ftth pro
CIUS 6UT1IERLAND,
Surgeon and Purveyor, U. S A.
O. W. BOTELER, Jr ,
mh21.ts Auctioneer.
SALE OP GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS,
STABLES, FENC1NCI, W1IABVE9, die , AT
QIESBOHO', D. 0.
QUAKTIBMAeTiaaRHBBAL'l OrriCI,
?J
f 1BIT 1ITIIIOK,
WjIBIXaTO. D fl .Fehrnar 27. 1H8H
ui uraer 01 in waeriorinaeier uenerai, mere
wlllbe Bold on tb. premliee. at pobllo auet on,
under the direction of Cepialn OeorRe F Brown
Ins. A Q M , eommeneln, on MONDAY, April
2, l&oO, at 10 o'clock, a m , and oontlnutoa; from
th. earn, hour .ech diy thereirter.leicept WED
NESDAY and THUHSDAY, April 4 and 5, on
which dayi the Mill and Water Worke will be
eold.) nntll tbe whole ehalt have been dlepoaed
of, the followlif.deeerlbed public properly, to
witi
Eleven (II) OFFICES, (frime,) 2H0 (two
torlee,) leaao, 18xSS, two 20x20 (two etorlee.)
10x11, (kltchea adlolaln, 10x11,) 12x3A 13x11,
two 2ixo, aid 28x73
Eighty-nine (SO) LABORERS1 QDARTERS,
(frame,) Seventy four lflxIS, fourtMn 12x14,
and one 16x16 with ebed adjoining-, 8x11
Ten (101 DWELLINGS, (framel) 2txM (two
ebjrlee, with back bulldlnie, 12x3A) four lOx
24, 13x40, 10X32, 11x23 (wllh wlni 10x17 and two
klteheneadJolnlir,,xl2 lid 10x1(1,) 10x20 (wllh
will 10x14 ) 24x11 (with ehed adjolallt, 13x40 )
Nina (9) MEilij HOUSES, (frame,) 2xl0 (two
alorlee,) 13x60 (with wln 13x20) 29x140 (two
torlee.) 23x130 (wllh addition!, 10x11,1 23x140,
23iM (two atorlee,) 11x30, 16x34, and 28x40
Thltly.two (321 STAULES, (frame,) Twenty
four 28x432, lx 28x336, on. Iex32, and one 13x
29 (wllh ehed adlololo,, 14x30 )
doe (1) U08WTAL STAULE, (frame.) wllh
0,270 lloeal feel of elablllir
One (I) ISSUING STAULE, (frame,) with 3,312
lineal feet of elablloir
Twenty (201 I1UILDIN0S, (frame) 18x32,
29x36,18x32, 16x31, 13xo3, 10x16, foor 16x30, four
ill, 281432, 28x140, 21x49, 26x300, 20i2J, and
17x17
SUIDDINO, 7,739 lineal feet
Thirty-two (32) WATER TANKS, 3x16, two
feet deep, t
Seventy-eight (76) MANGERS, SJxU, three-and-a-halffeet
deep
Twenty (20) OUT HOUSES
One HAY SHED, 112x312
One (I) GRAIN HOUHfc, (frame ) 86x220
Three (3) WIIARVES,one 40,181 equarefeel,
one ll,16equarefeet, and one 2, S&Oequarefeet.
FENCINO, 23 S0 lineal feet.
One (1) BTOKBUntlSE, (frame.) 62x130 feel
Two (J) ULtCKSMlTIIS' SlIOl'S, (frime, )
48x160, aad 63x160
One (I) ENGINE HOUSE, 17x31
Tbe bulldlnKB wlllbe eold ilngly, and muit
be removed wUbln fifteen day.
The bulldlnge will b. taken down at the ex
penee of porehaeere . but the lumber will, If de
elred,be delivered by the Government, free of
charge for trenenortatlon, on the depot wharf
Termei Caeh, In Government funde
A boat for Oletboro will leave tbe Slxlh-etreet
wharf every boor during the day of eale
For further laformatloa epply 1q pereon or bv
Utter to Captain GEO. T. BKOWNItio, A. Q M ,
Oleeboro', D. C , or to thle offlce
JAMES A ES1N,
BreT.Brlf Gen,,ln charge
fe2J-lr3 r rat Ptvllou,Q. M.0,0.
ATJOTIOH BAIilia,
SALK OP GOVERNMENT PAVING
RTONES. Cbiif aoaarianievia'e Onto, )
Mt Dxrot or Wabiib.toi, J
W,JT1,.,"I",T.0,D-O",,"el1 so.lSoa. f J
Will a. ioI at pnbllaauetloB, at tbe polite
ft,lfi")?1 U'w' ,.J,', l"tlon of flrevet
"""DAY, April 4. IMS,.,' , o'il..lt,rlf ,
th. following .aimed lote of Government ravin,
ON F.bETWEEN TWENTIETH AND TW1NTT.
FIRST 8THEKT8, SQUARE 103,
Oa. Lot of about 1U) earte loade
ON I, BETWEEN TWENTIETH AND TWENTY-
n , F.,K.'l STTS. SQUARE 10i"
Oa. Lot or abont 21 cart loade
"SwlwI'JJXISI TWENTY-FIHST AND
TWENTY-SECOND STREETS, SQUARE SI.
Oo. Lot of about 21 cart loade
The properly will b. eold Io the hlxheil bidder.
aid runal bo removed wllhla ten diyi from dele
of eel..
Terme Caih, la Government fuade
. . D UCKER,
B?1,,.U' "" """l Chief Quarlermaeter,
rah30-at Depot of Waehlngtoa.
WL. WALL 4 CO , AUCTIONEERS
e AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will Mil at our Anetlo. Room, 817 Pennerl
".'if S.VJ"- V ?TURDAT, Ih. 31 it laitlit
230 Wladow Saeh, glared.
74 Jack Flaiea.
SOOMalleto, (ueorted )
SM Oi.-half Roond BaeUrd Fllee, 10 lachoe.
mb292t
SALE OP GOVERNMENT DUILDINQS
t.'lLZJkR0L HKK ANNAPOLIS,
UAniLaND,
IlBiDQB Dim am i ht or WaeanraTOir, )
Orrica Cai.tr QciiTiaMinTsi, I
WiHijiQroir,D C, March 13, 1WW I
Will be sold, on tfae premises, at public auction.
on MONDAY, the 2d day of April, 186, at 13
o'clock m. the following publio Bulldlags, at
si u DrracE,Bnrgeons'qnartrfl,73g30rcet.
71 Seven Rarracks, for ward, 100x25 ft
1) One Kltehtn aad Dlalngroom, 00x25 fL
31 Two Barracks for Stewards, Ac , 23x10 ft.
1) Oue paad'houes, 24x12 feet.
II One Wash.house, fiOxli feet.
1) Three Sinks, lOxA ImU
J) One Ice house, 20x20 feet
the bulldlBaTB Will tie n1A ratnclv A ...
chasere will be allowed flfteen daya to remove
A military guard will remain In charge of the
property ta day after the aale, If deelrtd.
Termei Caah In Qoverauant fuade
M I LUDINOTON,
. Colonel and Chief Qoartsrmaaler,
mb23 Ot Depot of Washington.
SALE OF A STEAM QRIST MILL
AT TBI
CAVALRY DEPOT, OIE8BORO, D.C.
QDAXTII.Ki.STER OlKIliL OrriCI,
Fiest Dinaioa,
WASttixarow. D C. Vh 91. leut
By order of the Quartermaster Oenerat, thsre
will be sold, on th premises, at public anctloo,
under tha direction of Captain OaorgeT. Brown
lag, A. a M , on WEDNESDAY, April 4. 1868, at
12 o'clock m , the follow!ugdeserlbed public
Sroperty.to wit:
he (i) Steam orindino and feed mill,
(frame, with massive granite fouudatloae.) 4.0 by
0( foal altl. ...( V.- .J .-!-. .' . .
a .., witii wai, umj.milM VVHIBV aUVBwVB !
tached, all eonstructed of the very host material,
and In th most substantia! manner.
Also, at the eame time and place, the ma
chinery and appllaocea of the mill, consisting of
ONE (1) ENOINE,Or 100 I10KSE POWER,
with cylinder of twenty two (22) lncbea diame
ter and tWSntTefi-inr C2-I. In chain etrnVn ttat niwiti
a heavy caitlroubedpiat, with cold aad hot
wair poop ana neaier. wun a cast-iron uy
wheel. with drivlns rollT of the iimt material.
ten (10) feet In dlametar and twenty-four (21)
mtuvn ia.ej, wim (iiaagai Dftltjllr, HO T TOOT
TWO(2)BOILEL8 0rf CO UORSE POWER EACU
made of the beat boiler Iron, Are elxUculhs
(3 16) of ao lach In thlckuesa, lire ti) feet In
diameter, aud fonrteen (14) feet Ave to) fnchealn
leogth; each boiler sventyslx (70) lap-welded
Unas, each three (3) and one fourth 0) laches la
diameter, with all the requisite append arts
TEN (ItlJ PAIRS OF REED'S PATENT BUCK.
INGHAM THIRTY () INCHES SfRINQ MILL8,
constructed or solid Freoch burr millstone, and
eet In heavy, wellba1anced frame, with bay
cutlers, elevator, and conveyors snfilcUnt tocnt
and handle tbe hay. grain, aad prepared feed on
the most economical and labor-saving plan
The shafting U of finished wrought Iron, and
the pulley or casMron, faced and balanced, with
hanger and boxes, sufficient to drive ten (10)
?alr of burrs, &e The mala drtvlDjr1elt le of
our (4) ply rubber, aud twenty. foar (241 Inches
wide Tbe belts for driving tbe mills, Ac, are
of the best oslotaooed, patent stretched leather,
Tbe Engine, Boilers, Machinery, and Flxtnree
of every description, era of the very best mate
rials and workmanship, and still In excellent
condition and fine working order, the mill hav
ing bean In operation only abont 111 teen montbe.
If deemed advisable bv tha event of the Gov
eminent, on the day of aale, the building will he
Qia separately.
Term: Caen. In Oovsrnmeat fund.
Purchaser will be required to remove tbelr
properiy tmore in nrsi iisti dar or liar next.
unless otherwise arranged with the owner of the
groan as
A boat for Olesboro' will laavetbe6lxtb etreet
wharf every hour durlog the day of aale
Any farther laformatloa that may be desired
will be given upon application, In person or by
tetter, to Captain George T. Browning, A Q.M ,
Glesboro, or to thla oOce
JAMES A ERIN,
Bvt Brig; Oca .lnehrgelstDlr.Q.M.a.O.
UU dtap4
SALE OF STEAM BOILER, FORCE
PUMPS, WATER PIPE, FIRE PLU0S,Ac ,
couraiaura
THE IWATER-WOHKS AT QIESBORO, D. C.
QciaTiaMASTia Qkikril' Ornci,
'1CI, )
. riasT uivisiojt.
WliRlRaTOR. D C . Feb 28. 1866
By order of tbe Quartermaster General, there
will be sold, on the premises, at publle auction,
under tbe direction of Captain George T. Brown
ing. A Q. M .onTHUR8DAY,AprlT0,1868,atl2
o'clock m , the following-described public prop
erty, to wltt
ONE-STEaM BOILER, SO feet long and 1 feet
In diameter, (with two 12 Inch retnru tines,)
madeof Inch holler Iron, with all tbe necea
aary appurtenances, Including cast-iron front,
guage cocks, globe valvea,fed pump, smoke
stack and hood, steam gnage, (Ashcroft ' patent.)
f rale-bars, pipe, plugs, reducing pieces, ic , all
n good order.
TWO WORTUINQTON S TEAM FORCE PUMPS,
No 6,18lnch cylinder, 0 lach stroke, 21 hon
power each, and each capable of pnmplng and
forcing 100 000 gallons of water per day. Coo
nectea with them are the requisite valves,
glands, couplings, bends, elbow, donbl valve
oil cup. Ac These Pump are comparatively
new, and In complete working order,
A large quantity of WATER PI PE.ae follow i
0,182 feet 6-loch caat-lron Water Pipe.
12,000 " 8-Inch
800 " 3 Inch wrought Iron "
6M " lU-lach aast-lron
2000 l-lueh "
1,000 " 1-lneh
aooo ar loch ' "
THIRTY-ONE CAST-IRON FIRE PLUQ8,
(Ayres' patent,) with all tbe necessary connec
tions, each as T'e bands, stop cocks, elbows,
foor-way pieces, Ao , all la excellent condition ,
together with
ALL THE TOOLS, Ac , required for making al
teratloae and rcpalra In water pipe, such as
pipe-cutting machines, taps and dies, plyers,
crabs, drills, pnncbes, caulking tools, Ac.
Terms t Cash, In Government funds
Deliveries wlllbe made to purchaser on or
before tbe first (1st) day of May Dxt
A boat for Olesboro will leave tbe Sixth street
wharf every hour during tbe day of sale
Any farther Information that may be desired
will be given upon application, In person or by
letter, to Captain George T Browning, A Q II,
Glesboro, D C , or at this offlce
JAMES A EKIN,
Brevet Brig Gen , in charge
fe27-te First Division, Q M G 0.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT THE
subscriber baa obtained from the Orphans'
Court of Washington county, In the District of
Columbia, letters of administration on the per
sonal estate of Robert W Hamilton, late of Wash
ington county, deceased All persons having
claims again. t tbe aald deceased, are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with tbe voucher
thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the 20th
day of March next; they mar otherwise by
law be excluded from all benefit of the aald es
tate Given under my band this 20th day . f Marcb,
A D 1804 W. A CARTErf,
mh21-w3w administrator
JO. PARKER.
. POST OFFICE NEWS STAND,
Haa obi hand at all tlmea all the
MAGAZINES, CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, STA
TIONERY OF ALL KINDS.
Also all tbe NORTHERN PAPERS received at
the earliest moment
WASHINGTON PAPERS
(or sal as soon as Issued.
AeTTbc DAILY AND WEEKLY li
CAN ar for sal at PARKER'S, and.
Hois received.
cryrniica.
JJOW HE SUCCEEDED.
rf IT Til B1BD Of OAK HALL.
There le a doctor la oar towi,
'A men of pnetWaaa renown J
0 makes a bead so me la eon clear,
And layt up money trtrj year.
Vow, when ha started out la youtfa,
II had bet little each la truth (
But allU he'd try hi beet to do,
And make a same aad money too.
He attended Jectores, studied hard,
And very quickly passed the board J
lie opened offlce, bang ont etga,
But many patients coald not fled.
Each day he sat, with saddened face,
For poverty eame oa apace j
At last a friend gave blm advice
Which changed bla fortune la a trice.
Now patient docked from far and near,
Aud kept him busy all th year j
Men and women, alt declare,
No doctor can with him compare
The secret of hi great success,
I '11 tell you If you canaot gness
Tbe same advice will help yon all,
He got a eait from SMITH'S OAK HALL.
SMITH BROS A CO,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
AVD DIALiai IV
GENTB' FURNISHING GOODS,
OAR HALL,
464 Seveath street.
Just received, the largest aad finest stock of
PIECE OOODS ever offered la tb city of Wash
ington Having aeenred tb beat artist In the
city, we are prepared to make up In the Finest
Style, aad at lower prices than any other estab
lishment. S , B. Aj CO.
cnhlT
L.AW AGUIMOIKH.
TAW OHIOE,
J a tin las 8. Black,
Wabd H. LAMOat, (0, F. Bliok
11LA0K. LAMON A CO.,
COUXIILLORI AMD ATTORRSTB ATLAW
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES,
THE COURTOF CLAIMS,
THE COURTSOF TUB DISTRICT,
TnB EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND
COMMITTEES OF CONGRESS.
OFFICE, 46$ FOURTEENTH STREET,
dels tf Directly Opposite Wlllards' Hotel.
ATILITAHY AND NAVAL CLAIM
AOENCT.
0. 6. BUNDY A 00.,
ttt FeuaeylTABla aveaae, (opposite Wlllard'a
WASHINGTON, D. G.
CORRESPONDENTS!
J. D. Ritxiit, Esq , 130 Nassau st. , K. Y,
Dona i, Comstock A Baowv, If. Y.,
and other. no6
1 ohm a. wnacLia. william k. aaraar.
JOHN B WHEELER A CO ,
Real Estate Broker and Attorney for Claims
against th United Slates Offlce 500 Seventh
street, between D and E atreeta, second story, P.
O box, 21, Washington, D C. City Property.
aad Maryland aad Virginia Farms bought ana
sold on cemmtsslen References t Richard Wai
lacn,Esq .Mayor of Washlagtoa;Oeo A.8assett,
Esq .Clerk Com Way a aad Maana, House of Rep t
Wm II West, Esq , Chief Clerk Trees Dept.t
Messra Perry A Bro , mershanta oc9-tf
JOHN JOLLIFFB,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
OSee en the northeaat corner of F and Fifteenth
etreete, opposite the east entrance of
the Treasury Building,
Washington City,
D. C.
Attends especially to elalm upon th United
States. JylMy
R
OBSRT LEECH,
(Lata Solicitor of th Offlce of the Auditor of the
Treasury for the Post Offlee Department.)
ATTORNETATLAW AND SOLICITOR OF
CLAIMS,
Offlce, 478 Seventh etreet.
Opposite the Poet Offlce Department,
Wa.sMn.TtaB- D fl.
Will practice tnlhe Court f tbe District of Co
iumbia,ine court or uiaime(and ine supreme
Court of tbe United States, and will give prompt
attention to tbe prosecution of claims aad the
adjustment of account In all the Departments of
io uavvrnmeai.
Offlce, 476 Seventh street, opposite Post Offlce
Department den
C
R
N. n. MILLER,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
OFFICE, NO. fill NINTH 8TREET WEST,
Near Pennsylvania avenue,
Would respectfully Inform hla frlende aad the
rublle generally that he 1 now attending to all
tgal business, euch as administering the Am
nssty, a wall a alt other oaths, Drawing
Leases, Deed, Will, Power of Attorney, Land
lord aad Tenant Notice, Ae , Ae
Let al ad vie given In all Its branches wlthoal
charge
Ar Particular attention paid to tha collection
of debts aad el alms la craaerel, J34-tf
flUIE "GIDEON PRINTING
OFFICE,"
ESTABLISHED IN 1605.
JOSEPH L. PEARSON,
SUCCESSOR TO
QIDEON t PEARSON,
STEAM-POWER
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
No. fill Ninth Street, near Pennsylvania Aveune,
WASHINGTON CITY,
Having greatly Increased the facilities of tbe
above
OLD ESTABLISHED PRINTING HOUSE
by an almost
ENTIRE RENEWAL OF MATERIAL
And tbe addition of several of th most Improved
POWER-PRESSES,
I prepared to execnte every variety of
LETTER-PRESS PRINTING,
From a
FINE VISITING CARD
To a
LARQE POSTER,
ta
PLAIN OR COLORED INK.
PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH
MAY BE
R EX I E D ON.
octO tf
JOHN R, ELVANS A CO .
8T Louisiana aveaae and 8030 trt
WASHINGTON, DC,
rtiiLan m .ffA
KSa HARDWARE. 13
OUT NAILS Flalshed, fltolIi Fence, 8 t
ltd , Box, 0, 7, ftd
CUT BPIKXtt leoTlaehee.
CLINCH NAILS.
P KISS ID AND.UOAT SPIKES,
HORSE SHOES, Burdea'e Oovernment, No. 1
toil Burden's City, No. 1 tofi 0. aad
F , Wo. 1 to 4i Male Shoes, 1,11.
nORHI VAILS Orifl a 'a. 6 to 101 Putnam.
to 10; Fataem'e. "X," 4 to 10 New
ievn, sisiu - -..-,, - - tub,
aril TlRMIi MIT CAIH
, .TOXOFOfiaAXjee
.
'TREASURY DEPARTMENT;'''1' v
-- Orfttu So rna visum AaeKinCT.
March 17, HWd.
rnpsals will tiUeVtUla' offlee aatll
TUESDAY, April S, lifts, for farnlahlag and de
live ring at Treasury Kxteastga four hundred and
IftT (450) yards of Small stone, an per sample to
be leew at in work of Treasury Kxteaelen;for
th beddlag of a maeadAmlseA road.T The refuse
of paving-stone quarrieeU thUaelghborhood li
thought anltabl for thapurpoe. The delivery
of th above to commence at oaeevafUr award,
and to be eompleUd within thirty (SO) day at.r
date of award. A. B,MULL(TT,
mhSfl-dtapa Acting Supervising Architect,
ATAYOR'S OFFICE, MARC1I 20, 1660.
Proposal wilt be received at .hi offlee uatll
13 o'clock, m ,oa MONDAY April S, ISM, for
laying th gae aad water eorvlcepf pea lateral
eewer oa blxth street, between Mlseenrt avenu
aud D street north also, on fecund street, be
tween O street north aad L street aorta.
Saeclfleatlone can be seen at tha Cltr Csnnli
sloner'a offlce. City Hall, la accord an ee with the
act approved March 17, 1800
RICHARD WALLACH,
mh27-dtapl Mayor.
XT'
ITED STATES MILITARY RAIL
ROADS.
' Orrica or Ami-taut QciaTiav astiu,
Watv aoTojr, D C.,Warhl7, ltseo. I
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received aatll
12 o'clock at noon, on TUESDAY, the 17th dar
of April next, for 70Htongood4Mb RAILROAD
IRON, laid oa track connecting the Norfolk and
Peteraburg railroad with the Seaboard aad
Roanoke railroad at Suffolk, Va,
Bidder will state th price per ton la cash for
the Iron 4h Chair, Sptkeo, aad Tie to be la
eluded
70 1480-3340 toa of good 4Mb. rail, la trak
leading from Richmond, Frederickabnrg aad Po
tomao railroad, at Aqaia Creek to Yaba-Dam
Wharf.
Blddere will elate tb price per toa la caah for
tholroi 4he Ties, Timber, fiplkee,aad Chalre
to be laclnded
Proposals should be endorsed "Bide for Rail
road Iron,' and addressed to the nuderalgaed.
II L ROBINSON.
mhn-tn'Bt Bvt. Brig Oen aad A Q.M.
PROPOSALS FOR ARMY TRANSPORT
- ATION.
Orrica or CHttrQuinrinMlsTBa, 1
DirAnrMiiT oiTnxAn, J
Galviitoh, March tf, I8 J
SEALED PROPOSALS will b received at tbi
ofllce. nntll IS o'clock m on tbe Slst day of
Marcb, ror the Transportation of Military sup
plies for the term of ooe year from tbe date of
the contract, on the following route', vlt t
Route No 1 From ladlanola, Lavaca or Victo
ria, to San Antonio, aad to Austin, Texan.
Route No 3 From Alleytoa or Breaham, to
Austin and to San Antonio, Texas
Blddere will tate the rate per 100 pounds, per
100 miles, at which they will transport said
stores
Bidder should glv tbelr uataee In fall, a
well as tbelr places of residence, and each pro
posal should be accompanied by a bond ta th
sum of tea thousand dollars, signed by two or
more responsible person, guaranteeing that la
case a contract Is awarded for the route men
tioned In the proposal to tbe parties proposing
the contraet wilt be accepted and entered Into,
and good aad. aufflclcat eecnrlly furnished by
said partlee la accordance with the term ef thla
advertisement.
The amount of bonds required from contractor
Will be fJO.000 on each rout.
Proposals must ba endorsed, "Proposals for
Army Transportation on Route ao. 1 or No. V
aa th case may be, and none will be entertained
unices tbey fully comply with all tfae require
meats of thla advertlaemcat
Parties to whom award ar mad must b
prepared to execute coat racte at onee, and to give
the required bond for the faithful performance
of tbe eame
Contracts will be made subject to th approval
of the Quartermaster General, bat tbe right 1
reserved to reject any or all bid that maybe
offered
Co a tractors must be la readlaesa for service
within ten (10) day from the date of the execu
tion of the contract
Satisfactory evidence of the loyalty and sol
rency of each bidder aad person offered a eeca
rliy will be required
By order of (Jul. C. G Eatwelle, Chief Quarter
master, Military Division ef the Golf
8 II MANNING,
Colonel and Chief Quartermaster,
tnhaa Pt Department of Texas
CALE OF HARD BREAD.
Sealed Proposals, in duplicate, will bo received
at this offlca, oa WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS
of each week for all the surplus UARD BREAD
at this Depot.
The bread Is la boxes of fifty (SO) pounds each,
and In good shipping order.
All purchase will be delivered on board of
transports without expense to the purchaser.
No proposals received for lea than twenty (30)
Boxes, one thousand (1,000) pound.
Payment required oa notification of accept
ane of bid la Government fanda.
Proposals should be endorsed "Proposals for
Hard Bread, " and addressed to
JAMES CURRY,
del4-tf Colanel and C. 8. V.
A l.liXVk. CJ Al A-lHTfeT.
SM I T n ' 8
LADIES' AND OENTLEMSN'8
DININQ AND ICE CREAM SALOONS.
131 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
Are the most comfortable ta th city.
Ladles or families shopping or walking will
find these saloons very convenient, where every
thing, from a simple lunch to a flrst-elaaa dinner,
may be obtained.
Breakfast, Dinner, and Supper ar promptly
eerved la the best style, the bill of fare alway
embracing the most choice dishes,
lee Creams, Water lees, Cakes, etc , of the best
quality aad superior flavor at moderate rates
Weddings aad other assemblies supplied with
every requisite at th shortest notice.
iron loug experience in in easiness in pro
prletor guarantee satisfaction to aU patrons.
jelO.lf
JOHN WELOKKR'S
BDiILIU BI8TADKABT.
(AlaUaleon Doree.)
114 FIHNSTLVANIA AVXHUI,
Between Ninth aad Tenth etreele.(np etalre.)
Tbe proprietor of thle favorite Reetanreat hae
epared no palaa to make thle the beet Beetaorant
In Waehlaiton; an. h. point, villh pleaenreto
the large patronage he hae alwaye beea beaorad
with, and reipeetfnllr eollclte a eontlnnaac. of
tb. earn.
0 AUK. OYETEK5. aad other rofreehmenta eon
etaatlj on head, and at tb. moet reaeoaabl.
rate.
BBIAKTAST,
DIHMIR AHD
DPPIBB
prepared at the ehorteit notlee and la the moet
eattefactorr maaaer.
Broaafaet from S to IS o'oloek. Dinner aad
Sapper at all hoare. mar, tf
JOHN R. ELVANS A CO ,
87 Loalelana ate and 903 0 etreet.
WASniHQTOJf, D. 0.,
DxlLaaila
IEOH AND STIIL.
8WIDISU IRON-Ordlaarj ellee.
BlflNID IEOH.
BaONALL'S, 4-
BODS.
UOK8E BI10B IRON Mitre, Ae.
BAND
OVALS AND nALT ROOND.
D. B NAIL BODS.
T. V. t. do.
L. 8. do
MOKWAT BIIAFIS.
BPRIHO STEAL.
TIKI do
TOI CORK BTZIL.
DOOrS Oalvanlied
SCROLL IBON.
IZTBA TALL RIVER RODS RonBd and
eoaere; eharcoal plat. lr.a puddled
plate Iron.
8I1XXT IRON Atnerleant Amerleaa "Oeta-
rara, Belgian I tm. Rneelat RBeeiaj
ralvaalied.
SanABI CAST ETXXL Sandereon'a.
OOTAOON OAST STXXL.
BHIAB STXXL aadereen'a.
aiRUAH BTIIL.
TLAT CAST STIIL.
BLI8TXK STIIL Amerleaa
BOUND STIIL Cael maehlaer,
e,u-e
rym AMERICAN BUREAU OF MINES,
NO 81 BROADWAT, NEW TOBK.
allaee, mineral lande aad oroevxamtaed acd
reported npon. Competent nf latere fnratehed
to Mlala, Compaalee
Conenltatloae afforded on all mlnlnf, metal
Inrgtcal and cbemleal qneilloaa at th. offlee of
th.b.reon
I OEO. D II OILLUFIE, Preeldont
DRAKX DE EAT, Secretarj, malt-tilt
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