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T1IE NATIONAL REPDB1TOAN - PUBLISHED DAILY. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED DAILY. lire Atimutl ptMrim ItATM OF iDTXSTISIVa. Oae Him,tttHdiri ..moo Oaeaqeare, foar dart ( 190 Oeeeqaere,led,eTS...,i ... I 00 Oae sqeerc.alx Jays ...A.,....,,..... t SO Irery other day edTrt.eea.oate,M per seal. ado1. tlenal. TwleeBweekadfertleeaeBta,7Jlcr ecal. ad dltleael. Editor Ut aotteea M nil per llBe.each laaertloa. LoenI BOlliet II MlU ptff llaO, Htb Insertion AdTertleemeata nmIii aadertae keadaof Was ta, Tor Bale, For Real, .toot aad roaad, eaelaeerUoa,fia seals per llae) eafeiaent laeertloae half price. . Ill 11 nee at leee eeeeUlate a Kiuti AdTertleenaeaU ahoald be handed la Wort fetee o'clock Tni hatioxaL Rtnmtteia la ,.kltako4 .rnf Moralar 'SaBAra oxoaploj) , W. J. WtiTiai C , So. Ml Xlitk atroot,.., la hralata. to aBbaertboro (or oarrlara) at To" ctiU par Moata. Hall aoboorlbora, M.00 par ai.aa .4 00 far air. moalha .ad H M for lira rooalba, invariably 1m ai kmob. Tlrt aoplaa oa. joar, AM. 00. Slag la coploa, 0 oo.ta. Tilt WJIKtTMATIOXAL SHTJBUCAX la paolliaoBOTorr rU7 aaoralaf i O.o P7 o. roar, ,1 O0 Toroo aoplaa oaa jaar, ,6.001 Tarn aoplaa obo raar.tlJOO fc VOL. VI. AVASniNOTON CITY, D. C, THURSDW MORNING. APRIL 5. 1880. NO. 110. The) OsnaleJ AdTeHlemcnUertaOlUaef KiNvUri DeamrtBaai x PllUhatl In thU Paper by Authority f TUB PREIIDEHT. r. liiTnnAiiY, N EV BOOKS OF THE SEASON, rt.iiao.ii or BlSriB BBOTUIU, HIW TOIK. J1UU LOUll MTKJBDi A Blorraollaal Ik.l.k. r Wllltia J. araraoa. Wltk Sioal Portrait, llao , Cloth, 01 SO. AOlIU A Raral. Br Hro Ollpbait, aalkar of "Too Lolrd of Rorlaw,1 ''Too rarpoloU Corato," . Sro . Pap.r. 70 aait. MAXWELL DKIWITT. A Itoral. Bj P.a.TrlffdrJ. Sro . Papor. To arala. socuLLiriorinrciiiHisi, wi(k.om.Moau of thalr Ballftooa, aararainaalal, AMfieatloaal, aid BailBMa Caitoaia aad.ploloaa. Br Bar. JaataaDoo llttlo, fooriooa roara Haiabor of taa AMOrlaaa Boorf. Uh orar loo llloatrtrloBa. to two T laoiao. lino Clolb. Baral.4 Ed, , oo 00 FBI IO 11 ri I TBI lOUTH! al Blelimoil, Haooa, ftavaaoob, Charlaatoo, Colombia, Cbarlotto, Bolalgb, UoMiboroo,., ood Aadoraoavlllo, dorlaf tba raora lMdaad laar lrl.ll Abbott, Uto Uaatoaaal 111 Haw Tort Drat-ooaa. Illoatralad. llmo . ilolb. Bor olod Uiu. 1100 A oBl.i LlPL Br l VlaUtk, (Mr.. Cralk.) A. tkor of Jobo Halifax, aaBllaDlaB,, t'Cbriitlaa'ablla Uba," "A Lira faro Llfo," "Ollro," "Tb.Orllil..," T.l!..aoltl. r.mUT," A. lsao.Cloth.dl M. aOVER.10RPOOTXUNTIIIIWARArDTHCIIIUS. War of thoBobolllool or. IkVllB oadCbarrbdla Coo. a, voor obo oUaltodbtotoa. i aaakill.Aatbor MMrr Bartoa. 'Craaford.'r Ha Tltla'a Latrt .' A I. Ito .Cloth, 9. OU ! dVapar, 11 W. A TEXT.BOOK OH AHATOHV, rHTIIOLOQT, AND HTOIKNt. For lha aia of fkhoota aad Fanlllaa Kj Joha C Drapar. H D , Profaaaor of ltaloral Illator aad Philology la tba Saw Tork Froa Aaadany. aad Pro faaaor af AaalTltcal Cbatalatrr la tba Uolfanltf of Haw Tork With 170 Ulao'ratloBa. 8 to , Cloth, X 73. OUTDEVEKELU VyJ.B U Faaa, Aalbor of MUa cla Sllaa.' ' As. Bro . l'ivar. to aanta. Ilarpar Jt Brotbtra will aaod ntj of tba abAva Worka vj nail, pwiBix r"'0 i any r-n oi taa uauaa oia.aa, oa raaalBt af iba prlca. Tba kboT8Brad worka art for aala by 1ICD80X TAYLOR, aftbla ally. apl riMIK ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL. aboii thoTaloabla ma tar coatalaad ta lhaaa to1 BtnaaaBdlBtba waakly laaaaof Iba JoraaAL nay ba I A waaklr rtoord of Military Mora ma sta lkroagh oaltha fitld of war. S. Tba OOcIal Kaporta af Irmy aad Hary Commaad ara, aad of OoTtranaat Dapatlraaata aad Baraaaa ; A fall Oaiatia of Cbaagaa la Iba jxrttfffM.J of tba Arcay BBdHary, 4 H atlaaa of atw laTaatloaa ralatlBg to Iba art of war. 5 Fall aad eoaatast cor rat pood taea from tba ablaat ofllearaof Ibo two airtleaa oa tho profaaaloBalqaaalloaa oi ma tour i u(k.iiqbii oi anaagaa inproiauoata dlaaaialoaa of military aabaola 9. Aa axlaadad aad thorough dlaenaaloa af tba Iroa alad qaaatiaa, with tba odlc.al raporta tbaraoa. T Editorial crltlclana aad obaarTationa, aad erltl claraa oa aarraBt lllaratara, A. Hotlffa of tba eroaraaa la aallltarr aelaaea la for. alga eoaalrlaa ; of foralga aalllUry lllaratara, IbtobiIob, adnlBlatralloa. 9 la.trarllQBt to corraavoadanta la tactical naltara. 10 la laa,aconplitaraeord of OTarytblar rat at lag io in iaia war no io iua gaaarai prograaa oi miuury aclanca. Tba ladaxaa to lbaao TOlamea, ambraclag rararaacaa to orar tbraa ibonaaad artlclaa, ara earafaUy praparad, aad add graatly to tba valoa or tba work Th Aaar ibdHatt Joraaat. obrtoaaly aajoya fa allltlaafor atcar.ta urornatloD.aot only of oroato la tho lata tarn patgoa. bat alaoof tboaplrllaad oplBloaa of tba Arnr, which aoothar sawapapar coald ba ax pactaa io ooiaia. it aa toaraura baaa aaia it gua to m waakly raeord of military noaamaata aomaiolaf of tha dlaall aad varliv ot hUtorr . la lu dapartmaat of CorratpoadcBar, aa wall aa la Ita Editorial pagaa, many Idaaa Lara baaa flral aaggaalad wbteb bava alaca bteutna lawa or naagaa Io tha baBOflt of Iba Army aad Hary Tho Abut iid Mtt JoraaiLla pabllabad waakly, at td a year Blaglacoplaa may ba obtataad of bowo bob fc-aaarally W, C. A F.P.CUURCU, Proprlalura, Oflea Ho 59 Park Row, Haw Tork. H Attl'Klt'8 MAGAZINE. VOLUME 12, KUUBER 191. HEW TORK, APRIL, 18C8. Tba praaaat aaaala. of Coagraaa aaaaot fall tobala aaay toapacta tha iuit mumaatoaa la thobUtoryof our Oiivaramant. la aeeordaara wl h rrqaaata ra paalrdljp arg-d from ma ay a a art ara, tba Ed.iora of tba MagaiUawill axtaad tha "AIobtblt Kico-Dor Cca Binr Eraura," ao aa to praaaat a fall accouBlof tba promlooal maaauraa propoatd. Iba argomoBla by wbteh tbay aball ba adrvoalad and opposed, aad tha float actloa lakan la tatpect to tbcm, with abatraela of alt Important docuniaota which will bt rraftar form a part of tha htatory of tha great crlaaa tbroagh which tha aatloala paatlog It will be tba aim of tha writer of the Record to preaeat a fair atataaieatvf lacltaad of the exprexsad optalooa of raprtaeaiatlvo meat Bot to aat forth blaowa Tlawa The exUaaloa or a partlcelar Dapartmeal wilt la bo wlaa affaat the gaseral acope of tba Matfailee, which wltlcoallaua lobe devoted to Literature, Social Im Provencal Bad Art Ample arrange mo a to have beea uala.wth old and aew cootrlbutora, fvr furaltblog natter la every liapaitmaot. TEBUSFOX HARPER'S 1JAOAZIXB AHDWEEKLTi Each Bum bar of Harper Magailse cootalaa from ATly tooaahoadrad parceal more matter thaa aay other Amtrltaa intgailoeUiutd allha tame prle, aad nearly doable the qoaotlty ooatalaid la tba popular UrltUh taagailnea, aotb aa tba 'Corn-hill, "Temple Bar," and 'LeBdoB Society;" and aeveBlyflva per oeat mora Ibaa tba ba f crown Brtlttti Magaaluea, atch aa Blaekwodd," Fraaer,' aad tba "JJoblln Calver ally llarper'a MagailBO,oaa copy for ooa year ft 00 Ilarpar 'a Wakly, ooeaopy for oaa year 4 00 Aa extra copy of either ilia Weakly or tba MagaiUe wilt ba i applied gratia to every dab of Ave aabacribere al Bt each, fa oaa romlttaaco, or alx coplaa for BJ0 Boaad volaaiMof tba llagailoa, each volunacoa talalog Ino aombcra for alx luuutba, wlllba furolabed for B3 per volume, aad teal by mall, poataga paid Boaad folao.ee of tba H aekly, each vol nine eon talalog tba ao lobar i for oaa year, will be furuUbed for 7, Height by eipreaa patd.tba weight of tba voluueo balag btyond tbat allowed la Iba nail. A. limited Bomber of advertlamaBla wlllba la eerted Is the Uegailo at the following rateei One page, $iX t oaabalf page, BIU t ooe-qoarler page, B78 Tba alrcolatloa of tbeMagatlna la larger ibaa Ibttof any almUar periodical la tba world AdvtrtUamaata will alao be iBaerted ta iba Weakly at W0 a Una on thelmlde, and B2 a Una on tba outalde, for each Inter tlooi where adrarllaemeata are dlaplayed, tba charge will ba for tba number of aoltd Uaca contain ad In toe apace which la occupied Tha poatano on tba Mtgiilne le now 31 canta a ? 'ear, aad iba Weekly 20 centa a year, payable quar arly, aenl yearly, or yoarly, al tba offlce where re eel veil Sabaerlberato tba Manaitai aad Wbrkit will lad OB oaa a wrapper Iba Aumbcr with which thalr aub acrlptloa txjiirt, aa aalered apoa oar book a In ra nrwiitp a aubacrlptloa, It le aeilred that tba number with which It le to canivttnc abould ba atated Tha name of the aubacrlier. and full add rati, deluding County and Blate, ahould be dlatloctly written t Tbua ' Renew aubacrlptloa to tlagaalue or Weekly com manclng with Number . John Adama, Jackaoa, Plka eouBty, Ohio." Ja changiag tba dlreelloa, tha old aa well ae the new addroaa abould ba gtvea Tbu ' Change addreaa of Klagailna or Weakly from Joha Adama. Jackaoa, ka county, Ohio, to Mary Adama, Fra&klla, Alle gheny eouaty, Pena " The Magaitaa and Weakly ara alwaya atopped whan tbe term of of aubacrlptloa expiree It U not ueceeaary o give notice of ditconUonanco Tbevolumee of tha Magailna eommenca with tba Nambera for ouaa and Vtctmbtr of each yaar. Bub aerlptloaa may commence with any number Wba no time la t peel (ltd. It will be Bodtraiood that the aub acrlbar wlabea lo begin with tbe Aral number of the curtaat Yulume, aad lack aumbera will ba aenl ac cordingly, Tha Vain ine of the Weeklr eommeoce with tba vt ar. When bo lima le aped 11 ad, It will ba under tlood tbat tbaaubtcribor wlabea to eommenca with tha Hnmbar Btit artar tha receipt or bit order Back Bumberatut both Uagailne and Weekly can alaaT ba auDDlleJ Ib remltt bx by mallaPoaT'OrrtcaOaoBaoraDaArT npoa few oik, jutyaiitt to tfn order qf lltrprr A torvthtTifU prefarablo to baok notaa, a, auoulJ tha Order or Draft be loat or atolta, It caa ba renewed without loat to tna aanaer Foraleby IIDOSOH TATLOR G ARDNElty IMIOTOURAl'HIO ART , OALLERT, Ilf TELLIO EHCER BDILDIHQ fill Beveulh stre st, OHCE MORE 1H RUHNING ORDER. The damaf a canted by the late Are has beea so far re paired tbat buataeae will be retained TUIS UORHIHQ, (WEDNESDAY, Qctober 4th,) Whea, ae formerly, tbe rule will be strictly enforced throughout lha aatabllsbmsat, PRODUCE THE BEST, HO MATTES WHAT THE COBT IH TIME AHD UATEBIAL." Mr. 0. takes this opportunity to thank hlinnmsroas friend a aad enttomere for past kladaeaa, aad to aay It aball bo hie eoaataat aln to eonltnae to merit lha ysry liberal aaeoaragemeal heretofore extended to aim. aad -4 1 rpiIIS ISTOOIVE NOTJCETHATTHE Jt aebaarlber baa obtained from the Orphana Court olWasblagtOB county, la the Dlatrlct of Columbia, latteraof ad mlultt ration on the peraoaal estate of Jamas Waterbury, lata of tba city of New Tork, deceaaed All tiraoaa having olalma against the aald deceaaed ara areby warned lo exhibit tha pane, with the voaehers thereof, to tha sabserlber. oa or before tbe 17th day of Marsh aeat they mayoiberwlse by law be axaladad from ait aaaaai oi taa aaio oaioito Olvaa aadsr my band thla t7th day af March, A. X, nay or atareu. - u, MART D, bllEA, 1M9. maiwsw"j PBOPOBA, TjJ3 . w. AYOB'S OFFICE, WASHINGTON, APtIL 1. lMd. ProiM.ftL. fur rd1ar ftad T iiW. -mwr ( t.x tirMt wtt, froai tni via oi ii urtw ini 10 ion. oi J. nri Berth, will b rtlTd at thla oBm attll 11 e'llock u , tkti ad la pavlaf t ttrMtf lb .! to b bq! ovtr ifni or im ibk btvibcbm la aumt ir, aa mt.b iBtbtB dMp. Ulddan will ttala lb prlca rr taitrt yard for ptT gandtxr bU yatd hr fradlaii lb pavlaf to b laid 0 a bad of vara g ra vat alibi Iitbt. dat-p, ud for litfatt of obarp aaad aa tap of tba grafalt iha pavlar taba waUratnuad tbraa llmaa with a aliatT-poaad rannar.aad tobawoll waiarad'bafora balag ran Had tba lat tlmo. aad Ibaa oovarad with aoaraa abarp aaad tbawbolata badoaatd tba aallra aatlafaatloa af Iba ConmUaloBsraf iba Foartb ward, aad tba Aaatataat ConmlaaloBara. Vobld will ba ratal tad Balaaa tba par t ar partlaa ara kaawa to ba raipoaalbla. Tba Mayor raaarfaa t kimtalf ibarlfbi to raloct aar or alt bid i All tba aid eobbla.atoaa, flag -foot wart, aad f attar atoaa to ba tba prapartr of tba Corporattoa JaMXflJ.CAHPBBLL. Connlaaloaar Foartb ward. C1IAS, U.DTIKMIULI. Aaalataat Cnimluloaar, JAMES BOWIJf, p4'lalbitapl0 Aaalataat Commlailoiar. "OROrOSALS FOR SEWER. X Mitoa'a OrriOB, April 5, IMS. alALKO rROPOSALB will ba raaalvad by tba aadar tig aad aatll It a'eloak aa , oa FBI DAT, tba 11th day of April Bait, for tba bnlldlag of a Tbraa-foot Barral 8a war, (latlda dlamatar.) tba walla to bo alaa laabaa la thlakBaaatoBlatraatartb(balwaaa Foartaaath atraat aad Coaaaetlcat btobbb, to oobdm! with tba aawar aow balldlag la Foartaaath atraat, la aceordaaaa with tba act apprvTad Jaly S7, 1M5, to bata Maaholo aad Staaeh'trapa with Xalaral 8a war a from aach aoraara aa ibaCamnfaaloaaraottbaFlrBtaad Baeoad warda nay dlracL Blddara will alala tba prlca per UaaaWoot for tba Tbraoofool Bawar, par Uaoal foot for tba Latorala, lgbtaa4aaba laalda dlamatar, foar laabaa wallaipar Trap aach, par Mao-hola och,whlcb abalt laelada allaxcavatloaa,Ao, Aa.itbaoaocaaaralblddar or bid dara to ba raapoaalblafor alt daaaagaa doaa to gaa or watar pipaar aa will Bora folly appaar la tha apeclflca tloaa. Tba right to daallaa aay or ail propoaala, ahoald It ba daatnad for tha lataraal of tba Corporattoa to do ao, la raacrTod. pactlealloaa caa ba aaaa at tba offlaa of tha Com ml a aloaara of mproTomaata arary day batwaaa 10 o'clock a. ta. aad II m jalao la tba City Borrayor'a offlaa arary M taday aad Friday. Hobo bat practical nacbaalca aaad bid JOaHW.DTIB. CommUtloaar Flral ward. JAI W.bPALBINU, Comralaaloaar Baeoad Ward. oEo.w.Riaas, Z.M.P R1I10, apd dtd Aaalataat ConnlaalOBan, PROroSAIi FOR LAYING WATER MA1HB. MiToa'a Ornci, Cttr Hail, WaaaiaoToa, April S,1W4. ( 8aUd Propoiala, to ba aadoraeor oa iba aaval ope "Propoaale for laying watar nalna," will ba re ceived at thla office until nooa oa FR10AT, the 13th la ttant. Blddara will alao apoclfy oa the envelope, and oalba face of tha bid, what dlatrlct tha bid la for. There aralhraa dletricta, which ara bounded aa follow t, Tilt DISTRICT HDMBER OKI laeladee all that pari or tba ally aorthof iba Cbeupeaka aad Ohio canal aad City canal, aad weal af Bevaath atraat weaL BI8TK1CT HUMmRTWOIaeludet all that part of the city north and aqrthtut of the canal, aad eaet of the weal aide af Seventh etreet watt. DjaTBlUT JfDMUIH TUBKB laciBUea Bit IBM pan or tha city which la batwaaa tha eaaalaadtba Folumae and tbe Eaatera Branch. Spaelflcatloaa aad forme of propoaala aaa ba bad by application to Iba Water Regtatrar, aad auth propoaala oaly will ba coatldarad aa ara written apoa iheaa rega lar official forma. Batlafactory bond aad aeearlty will ba required fron the partlaa with whom the coat facte aball b made ape a 1 13 nivrutnw n muu,n,mmjvi. V' NITED STATES MILITARY RAIL- ROADI. Orrica or deaitr An- Qjabtibiutib, 1 Wam Botox, D 0 .March 97, ISM f SEALED PMOPOdALS will Le received aatll 11 o'clock at boob, oaTUESDaT, tha 17th day af April next, lor i waa gooa -)io iuiinuiu iua,iimoi track connecting the Horfolk and Prlanborg rallmad with tba Beaboard aad Xoaaoka railroad at Suffolk Va. Bidden will etala the price per ton la caah for the Iron tha Cbalra.Bplket, aad Tlee to be laclnded 70UiM)-omOtOBanr good 43 lb. rail, la track leading fron Richmond, Frederick iba rg aad Potonaa railroad, at Aqnla Creek to Yuba-Uam Wbatf Blddara will atala lha priea per toa la caeh for tha Iroi the Tlet. Timber. Bplkea,aad Chalra to ba la- eluded ...... .. Propoaala ahoald ba eadoreea "mat ror icaiiroea on," aad ad dratted to tba ondertlc nad ' H L KOBIHBOH, mbt7.tnt Brl. Brig Oaa. aad A. Q. M. )ROP03AL3 SArES AND WaiiivuTOV, D. C, March S, ISM Bealed eroDoaale wiu ba received at the Office of tbe Supervising Arabltael. Treaaary Depart ma nt, Watblog ton, D.C.UBtU 11 M.APRIL Mb, ItW, for faralthlag Iba BurglarProof aadtha Barglar aad Flre-ProorSafee required by the Treaaary Dapartmeal for one year from tho acceptance of tha propoaal of lha aueceafnl bidder Bpacmcaiioaa aaa arewiaga lor o BB(giarrrooi Bafae, ahowlng tha form of coaalructloB at preaeal uaad, vln alternate vlateaof Iron and hardened ateel. caa ba obtained apoa application at tble Department. onrgiar aaa dTirorrooi ihuoo win ooaoaeirociou in tbe name maaaar aad caaed with a anllable Ire-proof covering, tbe plana and epeelaeatlOBS for which matt be aubmltled by the bidder. Befa lo ba abtpped la perfect condition within a rea aonable tine from date of order. Tbe Locke will ba fnrnlabed by Ihte Department, but nualbe put la place by the eoatractor, aad ba la ferfeel working order whea lha Safe la turned over to be proper offleer of lha Govern meal Tbe blda to be per superficial foot, meaeared oa the oattlde, and to cover all ebargaa whatever, lacladUg painting and door Satarea, (eieepl coat of locks.) Propoaala will al.o be received for Barglar aad Pow daro Proof Locka, to ba aeeonpaaled with earn plea. All blda mutt be aeeonpaaled by the guaranty of two reipootlb.cper.oae lathe enmof Alxw, thai lha bid der will accept aad perform tba contract If awarded lo htm tbeeuffltttneyof tha aacurlty to baeertlBad to by tho titatricl Allot nay of tha dlatrlct where lha bidder realdea Tha DeparttneBt reserves tha right to reject any or all the blda, or to award tbe eoatraelfor BergUr-Proof Bafae to ooe party, aad lha Barglar and fire-Proof bafee to another, 1( It be deemed for the tntereat or tbe Oovtrnment lo do ao aad no bid will bacoaa'dered that dota not conform to tbe requirements of thla ad vertlaement Propoaala to be end oread "Prop -tele for Bafae and Locke'nadaddreeaedtoA B MOLLETT. Aetlag Su perrlalBg Architect, Traaaury Department, Wetting too, D C A B MOLLETT, mho tnAftapS Acting Supervising Architect. PROPOSALS FOR NORTH RIVER FLAOOINO. TatAsrar Dbfabtmibt,) Ornoaor Scrnaviimii AacaiTafT, March 87, IBM ) Propoaala will be recti vad at thla office until 12 o' cluck n , April li, ISM, fwr furnlablng Horth Rlrar llagglog for tbe aldtwalkt In front of tbe weal wing of the Treaaary Balldlag, to be delivered al the work, and of the following dlmanaloBa aad nambera, vlit 176 etoaea, d ft, I In xS ft 0 tn , aol I at thaa S la thick SDgloaea,ofl.4laxfLOlB , aot leaa thaa Sla thick. ITaStouea-Sfl Ola xSft 0 In , not late Ibaa 3 la thick The eurfete of tbe Flaga mnaibe perfectly out of wind, and tbe tooling roa with tbe length of tbe aeme ma eblna tooling preferred As the edge will be cut after delivery, lha plates matt ba farnlated with auffleltnt nargta lo work perfectly true to the above dlmeoaloaa, and all will be rejected which are different la thla re n.rt The blda to b war enDerflclal foot. (moaaoTed whea laid,) and to laclodo all coals of delivery, and aiaoio apociiy mo iimo id woieu n ni"iw Paynoata will be nade upon dallierr, with a rater vetioa of 10 per eeal until the whole of the above it de llvai-ad The Deparimeat reserves the right lo reject any or all hlda lMt ho daamad far the Intercut of tbe Oovern meat lodoae,4.Bd ao bid will be considered tbal does sol eon I urn? 19 me raqoiremaoia tvi iuia uTrii.iu.u ProDoaals to be eadoraed "Propoaala for Flacalnr.' and add ratted to "A B Mailed Acting Supervla nr Arcntteci, Treaeury yepanmani, waanmgion, u m A atULLETT. mhll'dtd Acting Bupervltlng Arcbit-ct S A LE OT HARD II It E A I) . Sealed Tsrorotalt. la duplicate, will be reeMved al tble 0 ul CO, OB WaUflHUait D.iunuaio VI hvu w.ak, for Blithe enrplua HARD BREAD at thla Depot The bread la la boxeeof Sfty (AO) pounds sath, and tn good shipping oreer. .... , .... All parcbasss will ba delivered oa board of Irani wittiniit iTKiii. to the mrchaier. Ho proposals received for Itaa thaa twenty (30) Boxes, oaa tboBiBBd 1,000 poanaa PaymeBl required on notlflcktlon of aceeptanee ar bid la Government fuBde. Proposals should bs eadorsed "Propoaala for Hard urea a," ana auareeaea 19 .. vua, del4tf Colonel and C B. v E DTVARD LYOETT, BOOK-BIADIS AMD PAPER-BULEB, ETo.nl Peanaxlvaalaavsans, batwaaa Te&th aad Slav enth streets, eoath side. Books alageatly otplalaly boaad. ParlodUala ui Jfewapapera aueiUly attamdia to. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES; Paas4 at tha Flral leealon f tha Thirty. ninth CBiTaa PcitiO BkiolvtioxKo. 17 A IUiolutior tn relation to tba publication of tba Lawi yf tha United 8utei. RuottvJ. h tkt 8at and Houii of Rmnunt. ativta of th United 8tot$a of Amenta in Congrtsi iHm6!tJt That tha Secretary of 8Uta ba, and he li hereby aulborlied and d tree tad, to renew the contract of Oetober tblrtv-flnt, eighteen bnodrad aoa Diiy, baiween too iepantnena ot maio ana Little, Brown and Company, of Bolton, Mataacha aetta, for tba annual publication of tha Statute- it Larre of tha United fltlter, until otharwlaa ordered by Con frail, la conformity with tho Joint reiolo. tloni approvwd raipMtlvaly March third, alghtaan hundred and fortT-flTe, and Beet ember thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fifty : Pnvtdod, Tbat tba tlma within which tha annual edition of tho lawi li to bo dallrered at tho Department of 6tato bo itended to aevaot daji artar tha adjournment of aach BOHlon of Confreia : And Provdtd furiktr. That tho priea ah all not -excead tha actual o pandltnraa y Li til a, Ilrowii.aad Cwpaay T lor com peel lion, praaa work, paper, blndlnr, odltlna; and tranaportatlon, alt of which ihall ba dona at tho lowait market prlcoi, tha papor to be farolihad at ai low a priea ai la paid by tba aovernment for peperof the tame quality, and Hro pareant.com nlulon thereon. Approved, March 81, 1868. Public IUiohitiok No. 18 Joiht BiaoLDTiox tn relation to tbapobllo landa appertaining; to tha armory at Sprlngflald. JU if rtolvA hf tkt S4nat4 and Jku of Rep reuntativei of tksuHtttd Statu of Atntrica in Co fTtss attrwthftd. That tha fl rat lactlon of a Joint resolution approved Jane leventeenlb, alfhtetn hundred and forty-rour, entitled X raiolatlon re Utlne; to the public landi appartatnlna; to tha arm orlat at Sprlngflald and Uarpe rg Ferry,'' la barabj revived, ra eo acted, and continued tn forct. Approved, April 4, 180A. ANDREW JOHNSON, Preeldent of tho Voltad Stataa of AnterUai To all and lingular to wAona tu prtent tkalt eoaw, yrodtngt Whereas a treaty was raatlo and concluded nt Fort fiullv. In tho Terntorv of Dakota, on the twentieth day of October, in tho year of our Lroru ono thousanu cigiu nunureu anu sixty-five, by and between Newton Edmunds, fJuwaru ii. a a) i or, Jiajor ucncrui n. i. Curtis, Rriffftdicr General II. II. Sibley, Henry TV. Reed, and Orrin Guernsey, com missioners, on the part of the United States, and TVah-mun-dce-o-pee-doo-tah, (Tho TVur Eaglo with tho Rcu Tail,) Cha-tau-'hne, Tho Yellow Hawk,) and other Chiefs and Headmen of tho Sans Arcs band of Dakota or Sioux Indians, on the part or said hand of Indians, and duly authorized thereto by them, which treaty Is in the words and figures following, to wit: Artlclai of treaty made and concluded at Fort tolly, in tna larmoryoi uaxoia, dt ana do tweeo Newton Edmund, governor and ez-offiolo aperlntendent of Indian affaire of Dakota Ter ritory! Edward B. Taylor, inperintendent of In dian affaire for the northern auperlntcndeney; Major General 8. II. Cartli, Brigadier General II. II. Bible j, Henry W, Reed, and Orrin Oaern ey, commlitlonen on the part of the United Btatei, duly appointed by tha Preildent, and tha vndenlgned chlefa and headmen of tha Sam Aree band of Dakota or Bloux Indiana. Abticlb Firbt. Tha Sana Area band of Dakota or Sioux Indiana, represented in council, hereby acknowledge tbemaeiTee to be subject to too exclu sive Jarlsdiction and authority or the United States, and hereby obligate and bind themielvei, Individ ually and collectively, not only to cease all hoatlll ties against tbe persona and property of fta cltlsena , but to use their influence, and if requlaite, physi cal force to prevent other bands of Dakota .Indians or other adlacent tribea from making; hostile dem onitratlons agatnit the Government or people of the United States. AtTiCLi Si conn. Inasmuch aa the Government of the United Slat sa la desirous to arrest tba effu sion of blood between the Indian tribea within Ita Jurisdiction hitherto at war with each other, tbe cans Area cana 01 ubsoib or oioux inaians, rep resented tn coanoU. anxious to repect tbe wishes of tba Ooveromawt, hereby agree to discontinue for the future all attacka npon tha persona or Prop erly of other tribes, unlets flnt attacked by them, and to osa their Influence to promote peace every where In tbe region occupied or frequented by tbeo. Articli Third. All controvertle-or differences arising between tba Sana Arcs band of Dakota or Sioux Indiana, Involving tbe question of peace or war, shall be aubmltted for the arbitrament of tna President, or auon parson or persons aa may do designated by him, and tba decision or award shall ba faithfully observed by tba said band represented In council. Abticli Fourth Tbe said band represented In council shall withdraw from tbe route overland already established, or hereafter to be established, through their country, and In consideration there of, and of their non-Interference with the persona and nroDortv of cltliens of the United Ftates trav eling (hereon, the Government of tbe United States agree to pay the aald band the sum of thirty doltara for each lodge or family, annually, for twsnty years, In such articles aa tba bcoretary of the Interior may direct rrotuM, That aald band ao represented In council aball faithfully conform to tbe roqulrementa of this treaty, Articli Firia. Should any individual or Indl vldaals, or portion of the band of tbe Sana Area band of Dakota or Sioux Indians represented tn council, desire hereafter to locate permanently upon any land claimed by said band for tha pur poses Oi agriculture, or omer similar pursuits, 11 la hereby agreed by tha parties to this treaty that such Individuals shall be protected In such lo cation against any annoyance or molestation on tbe part of whites or Indians, and whenever twenty lodgea or families of tba Sans Area band shall hara located on land for agricultural purposes, and sig nified tbe same to their agent or superintendent, they, aa well as other families so locating, aball re ceive tha sum of twenty-Bra dollars annually, for five years, for each family, In agricultural Imple ments and Improvements! and when one hundred lodges or families shall have 10 engaged In agrioul tural pursuits, they shall ba entitled to a farmer and blacksmith at tbe axpenie or the Government, aa also teachers, at the option of the (Secretary of tba Interior, whenever teemed necessary. Articlb Sixth Any amendment or modification of this treaty by lha benate or the United States aball ba considered final and binding upon tha said band represented In council as a part of this treaty, lo tba same manner aa If it had been aubsef)uently presented and agreed to by the chiefs and headmen of aald band. In teatlmony whereof, tbe commissioners on tbe part of the United States, and the chiefs and bead men of tbe said Sana Area band of Dakota or Sioux Indians, have hereunto set their bends this twentieth day of October, eighteen hundred and sixty-Are, after the contents had previously been read, Interpreted, and explained to the chlefa and headmen Nbwtoi Edmihix, Edward B Taylor, 6 U. Curtis, MaJ Gen , IIcmrt II Siblki, Brig Gen , . lUxttr W bar.', Orris OccnxaKi Ck,fft WaB'Hvh ore o pris-noo tab, The War Eagle with tho Ked Tall, bis x mark CUA'TAM'ltSB, Tba Yellow Hawk, bit x mark. Shohkah-wi tb-ko, Tba Fool Dog, bla x mark. Cam SaUitn CiIAM'TATMAHTO, Tbe Bear'a Heart, his x maik. TaB-IO KO KB PlIH-KER, The Man tbat Fears Nothing, bla x mark. NUP-CUE'ISK," Abe nine, bis x mark MaHT02HK kAH, The Bear'a Eara, blax mark Chan dish xan sappah, Tbe Black Hoop, hie x mark. Zs'Ti x a sab -a Apr a, The Bird Necklace, bla x mark. Blfoed bj the commliiloneri oa the part of the Ualtad States, and br tha chiefs and be admen after tha treaty had bean fully road, Interpreted, and explained in our presence t Jill, u. 110a a k, Chief Justice of Montana Territory. B. S. CCATtS. Brt.ItCol. U. 6.V. E. F. Roth, Secretary of Commission, W. B. Woodi, Burgeon U, S. Vols. 0. S. Momiioh, O. K. Gciibibt, CharlxsDrorh, bla x mark. Interpreter. Chief Crow Fsatber, Con ce-we-A-ka, bla x mark. GBAT llAIE, Ptr-be-se, bis x mark. It id Hair, Pa-ha-aha, his x mark. THnSaittD Eaoli, Wa-cban-ke-wam-barlte, bla x mark. Black Bbar, Ma-to-eapa, hta x mark. And whereas tho said Treaty baring been submitted to the Senate of jM United Statci for Its constitutional nctToirtbercon, the Ben- ate did on the fifth day of March, one thou sand eight hundred and sixty-six, adrfoe and consent to the ratification of the same, with an amendment, by a resolution in the words and figures folio King, to wit: la Ixicrnvn Srsniov, Suits or trb Lirrsn Stitxh, Ultra a. ISM Itttolced. ftwo thirds of the Senator! present concurring,) Tbat tha Senate ad r lie and consent to ine ratincaiton or too treaty, made ana ooneiuaea at Fort Sully, In tba Territory cf Dakota, by and noiween me commissioners on tbe part or tna uni tad States aad tha chiefs and headmen of tbe Sanai Area bead of iWwfaA IDakota or Sioox IodlansTf with tba following AHBtDHIHT: Article 4, lines 4, ft. asd fl. a.rike out tbe follow. log words, vlt: "and of thalr non-Interference with tbe persons and property ofcltliena of tbe United Dtaies traveling merton Attest: J W ForskY, Secretary. And whereas article sixth of said Treaty provides that any amendment or modifica tion or it by the Senate of tho United States shall be considered final and binding upon the said band of Indians, represented in cotwoul, as a part of the Treaty, in tho same manner as if it had been subsequently pre sented and agreed to by the chiefs and lu ad men of Bald band: Now, therefore, be ft known that I, An drew Joiixsov, President of tho Unitid States of America, do, in pursuance of the advice and consent of the Senate, as ex pressed in its resolution of the fifth of .March, one thousand eight hundred and shty-siv, accept, ratify, and confirm tho taid Treaty with the amendment as aforesaid, In testimony whereof I hare signed the same with my hand, and hate causod the seal of the United States to be hereto af fixed. Done at the city of Washington, this seventeenth day of March, in the jear of our lit ml one thousand eight rfau hundred and sixty-six, and of the In dependence of tho United States of America the ninetieth; ANDREW JOHNbOX. lly the President: William H. Seward, Secretary of State. Tho Flr In tha Oil Hegion. pRTROLRtn CXRTRR. Abrll S Tha heaviest losers by tha disastrous fire which occurred on the Jiyae ana figoert farm, on Saturday morning, are tba following' W. H. Haldeman, 4,000 barrets of oil la tanka and barrels, and 2,000 empty barrels Haldeman A Hassan, 3,000 barrels of oil tn tanks Insured. Miller A Edwards, 32) barrels of oil In boats on tna creek. J. P. Coates. 1.000 barrels or oil In tanks In 1 red In lha Home Insurance Company of Mew Hat en, Conn Captain Watterson lost seven or eight boats and oarge', vaiuou ai aooiu fi.tiuu J H.Frtck lost 3.000 barrels of oil. moat It In tank lit also owned tno Pittsburg House (a large bold) and a wareroom, which were destroyed His loss altogether la about $20,000. He bad Inauranca on toe hotel In an eastern company. Among tba number of wells destroyed are tbe following The Coquette, the Thirty-four, Otlve Branch, Hatllstcr, fcagle, Jersey and Maple Shade The Coquette Company lost twelve thousand barrels of oil In tanka. Tbe entire loss Is put down at 22.000 barrels of 011, and sizo,uuo in properly. Twenty boats and barges loaded Tor shipment were also destroyed From Portreea Monroe, FoRTRtas Morbor. March 31 The steamer Eutaw arrived from Norfolk to day, having obtained suppiy 01 ooai, ana satiea ror new York The double-tur re ted steamer Mlantonomah. Com mander J. C. Beaumont, arrived at tbe .Norfolk nary yard yesterday, from Washington, and she will fit out and be coaled bars, and be convoyed to New York by the gunboat De Soto, now lying Id this harbor Efforts will soon be made to renatr tba Dismal Swamp canal by partlea In Norfolk During the war It waa much Injured, and aa the United States Government owns two fifths of the work, It U pre sumed the sum of $200,000 will be appropriated to aid In Its reconstruction Tbe James Island light vessel Cbesapeske Bar has resumed her station Also, tba I'pperand Lower Cedar Point light vestel, Potomac river. During the continuance oft he Baltimore Fair for tbe relief of tbe Southern sufferers, tbe old and new line of steamers bava made arrangements to lnue excursion tickets to return till April Htb, at $4 each It la expected tbat, after Monday next, tbe Sea board and lloanoke railroad trains will pass over tbe Weldon bridge, as energetic efforts ara being made to complete It by tbat time A Chimcsi- Xt-'xisvATir CiRinsm. D. J Lake, En, of this city, lias secured from ltev Justus Doolittle, for twin!) jears a miMiion ary in China, a tompleteset of Chinese utsh, dating from 245 R. O , down to the present dynasty. Tho earlier specimens, before the time of Christ, aro of mont uncouth shapes, some res'emblmg a razor, others a padlock, although the common haim U circular with the customary square hole in the autre for convenience in strinirinir In size, they ar from three inches in limmetir, and half tut inch in thickness (in numismatic measure- mrnt, mxo -e,j 10 iuim tn me mzc 01 ine nickel tent. Accnmnamimr the collection are a few sainnles of old Uhincfe lciral tinders, fho- tneutles, and greenbacks, which tothe Ignor ant tje might seem tiie wrappers or tea chests. Mr. Lake has purchased the entire collection, and will probably deposit it in the J,ake Forest uimemty. imcago rrtoune. Tiifrk arc, it -appears, 319 thoroughfares in the cuv or LrOiiuon, and lbJ 01 inese are only of u .sufficient width to allow of a singlo line traffic, while there 101 whuh afford u double line traffic, and only 70 which afford room for three lines or more, mere are ou.guy vem cles passing daily through tho city. From tbe Transcript 1 t-EKKlWa AIIIQIIT. IT BIT. WnT. MR WILL, D. D "If ye be risen with Christ seek (bote IMngi which are above, I saw the hill aide Oak, with towering form, Fall In bis pride, tbe whirlwind's eho ten preyj The Ltty of the vale outrode tbe storm, Shtniog tbe lovelier aa It passed away. Friend, seek not Happiness In high ettate, To Mary 'a heart aha fliea from Herod's palace gale. I marked a spendthrift Moth, squalid and lone, With shivering wings; his summer flowers were deadf While the blithe Bee, making their aweeta her own, noraer ana earner soe, no dawdling drone, Sang In bar home of honey, richly fed. Friend, seek not HarDlnei In floatler nttunra. In each good work of life tha good God hides bar treasure. Jewelled with morning dew the new-blown B-o.0 Br logs to tbe enamored aye bar transient dower, Tha lire sap atllbrnna fresh, the sound root grow a, When all forgotten fades tbe red-lipped flower. Friend, aeek not Happiness in tba bloom af Beautr. But In the deeper charm and steadfast Ufa of uuiy, Lo, the redatfeteor startles with his btaia The gaiinr. e struck earth, and disappears t While yon true Star, with soft, undenting raya, Shlnea In our sky through circling months and years. Friind, icek not Happiness fa the world's false splendor. But In the light serene of home Joys, pure and tender. Power haa ita thorn wealth may be Joyleii glitter, Belshasiar'a feast grows dark with fear and sad- . "" ' , . , . FrUnJ ' dl od b"ot7 wn". nd oarea em- bitter Tba gilded cup 1 grief lurka behind our gladness Friend, seek not Happiness In goods of earth, Bat learn of Christ betimes the secret of ber birth Child of the soul, twin-born with Faith and las re In the clear conscience and tho generous heart, Twin lived with them, with them she soars above The earthly names which man from man do part. Seek then tbe seraph where she may be found, High in a heavenly life, not creeping on the ground Hekfts set on tfalrga above, not things beneath, Find what they crave around them day by day t Souls risen with Christ, u.ulck with bla spirit, breathe The air ot Heaven, e'en while on earth tbey stay. Bearing tba Crnas, tbe hidden Crown they bring, And at tbe tomb they bear tha Easter angels sing. Cutter t 1800. STAMPS. 'I he Commissioner of Internal Revenne has the following elrcnlar in relation to stamping instruments issued without stamps or In sufficiently stamped: TaBlSfBT DKfABTMBXr, Orricn or ibubx.u. Kstbbcb, WAaaiatiToa. March IS. IMS The first internal revenue act took effect so fur as related to stamp duties, October 1, 18G2. Instruments executed and delnered prior to that date, though they may be re corded afterwards, arc not churgcahlc with stamp duties. If any instrument subject to stamp duty was tailed utter October 1, 18G2, and prior to August 1, IRiU, unstamped, or instill. oenlly stamped, the appropriate stamp may bo aflixed in the presence of the Court, Register, or Recorder; as provided by section 1G3 of the act or June 30, lHfil. Any Instrument issued fince August It 1RC4, unstamped, or inMilT.eJenlly stamped, may be stamped by the Collector upon pig ment for the proper stamp, and of a penally of fifty dollars; und whero tho amount of the stamp duty exceeds fifty dollars, on pa) meat ulsu of interest on said duty at the rate of six per Tent from the day on winch the stamp should hae been uffixed. If the instrument U presented to the Col lector within twehe calendar months from Its Issue, the Collector U authorized to remit the penalty, provided it shall appear to hit satisfaction tltut thu omission toslainp it was !y reason of aceidcnl, mistake, inadvertence, or urgent in ccssity, and without wilful de sign to tiatU urihlftt the pigment of stump duty. If the Instrument fa not presented within twelve calendar months the pcuuity and in terest must be paid to the collector before he can render it ulfd by fixing the appropriate stump, without regard to tho caive of the omission to t-tainn it tit the tune of its inue. The Cominiris.uncr bus no power to remit this penalty. Deputy collectors, unless acting its collect ors under section .t'J, lme no uutliontj to affix stamps or remit penalties under section 15H. The stamp to be ulTKcd to any Instrument is that required by I lie law exidthtg at the time when the instrument was made, signed, and issued When an instrument is properly stamped under either of said sections tho stamping relates back to the time when the instrument was issued, and renders it from the beginning as valid to all intents and purposes us if it had been dul) clamped when made, signed, und issued. Tho whole umount of penalties paid to col- lectors for validating unstamped instruments should be returned on form .18, with other unassessed penalties, and the money deposited to the credit of tho Treasury of the United Mutes, with other collections. r.. A, Horns, Lomniiisioner. iV NKVV STO k FOR l'U'FK If WO BfO lO credit tho papers whuh reach us by the lout r.ngiiMi man, a Bunsiance aaa ai usi neeii discovered which will take the placeofcotton and rags in the manufacture of paper It i found in the southern provinces of Spain, and is known as ' tuparto grass." 'I ho Lon don Kcouomtbt fpruks of this dixcoverv as follows: 'Mr Idojd, of the Walthamstow Puper Mills, Is stated to have had a great share in the merit of this discovery; and Mr. Mark, the HritnOt Consul ut Mulaga, has drawn up an interesting report on this subject, vv hull has lately been mudu public in tiie nuiiiiu r ctai reports. This grass is the produce of waste lands. It re (puree no expense m cultivation and little In collecting. It Is best iirotmgatcd from the roots, not from the seed. It Is pe rennial and propagates of itst If, and Improves by a regular yearly gathering, if plucked with sufficient care Murk has devoted great eaie In his endeaxors to ascertain the climate and soil which aro favorable to tho develop ment of the plant; und it tmpeurs that tho atocha requires u dituledlj not und dr cli mate, that it grown 1 quail) vvdlhithe pi aim und up the mountains to'u moderate eleva tion, and that as regards sod it flourishes both In calcareous and argihucous soils, or when these soils are blended In the form of marl. 'I ho greatest quantity is sHlppcd from the province of Almeria and Ma rein, but it Is found, though in less abundance, ,ln alt tho southern provinces of Bpain. It is ulao said to be plentiful in some parts of the opposite coast of Africa, and shipments are made from Oran to England. " A woman imprudent undinannUh grown Is aot more loath'd than sa effeminate man." armShaUiptart 1 .Photographo of Fresteh Celebrities. A correspondent of tho Nalton writes that n few years ago, while in 1'arfo, ho amused himself by stud) Ing the faces of distinguished Frenchmen, chiefly authors and artists, whoe photographs were exhibited In tho shop win dows of the Roulevards. Home of his de scriptions aro as follows: ' Alexander Dumas, Pere. A face whoso features have an uninistttkablc basis of tho negro In them. Raid, bright, Jovial, some what coarse, and decidedly earthy. Indica tions of a tough epidermis and a strong con stitution. Plenty of self-esteem and vunily. Victor Hugo. A inaguificent head the brow piled up square and compact, where all the Intellectual organs seem well and evenly developed. Immense ideally, above which tne moral laciuties arcn ine neamnio a well founded dome. The hair gray and cut clone to the bead. Eyes not large, but deep and Intense, with a soft fire. Large ears. None In harmony with tho rest of the face, which Indian? to squareness. Mouth full of de termination, jet expresslvo of feeling. Thick moustache and very short gray beard. Jstmartiue. As complete n contrast to the last as can well be. A h'gli but retreat ing orow. v am, supercilious eyes, isose long anu pomteu. .Mouth rigid, yet weak. No beard or moustache. JtUtsJanin. A largo head and face, full of Joviality and bonhomie suggestive of a portly person and a life of intellectual ease. Thiers. A head and figure which perfectly recall the English 1'unch or rather a cross between Punch and a Yankee clergyman. Face very compact. Short gray hair; no beard. Wears spectacles, through which he looks Intensely senatorial und dignified. (Juiiot. Aery old and cry grave. A large, intellectual brow. Thin gray hair. Eyes not bright; the luuacles beneath them swollen und baggy, 'J hia, fixed mouth. No beard. Theophik Gautter. A face indicative of an Intellect rather deposed than not to make a pillow of Its accompanying indolent tem perament, targe, heavy features. Affected slovenliness. Seems as If ho required a strong stimulant to set him going, but us If capublo of much Intellectual power. MtchthL A face of an old man, benevo lent, serene, and intellectual, but not reveal ing any other special trait. Udmoud About. Young, hearty. Jovial, witty. (J ood, handsome eyes. Looks us if he would soon get acquainted with jou, and be the best or company. Kwjeve PiUetun. An Intense and serious face, bent downward in thought. RIack, Eiercing eyes, black hair, und thick, black card. Madame George Sand Long oval face; largo dark e)cswith drooping lid. Face express.!.? a combination of a dreamy, o hrptuous temperament, great benevolence, and intellectual genius. Gustaie Don. Rather handsome: dark gray e)es, full of unmistakublc genius; a good head; mouth and chin indicating firm ness and perseverance. i fttnen taint xou would take ror a full blooded Scotchman. Inclined tn bald ness; his long, thin hair loopcdovirlus head. Full, earnest eyes and full lips. Jean Iauh Geioine. A thin, stitnrninc f ice; rather high cheek bone; u proud, sud look; noutaeiie, but no beard. (fusfatt Courint, A bro id, common face; with high check bones; thin long hair and beard, hus a bold, conceited look, J. D. C, Cont.-A simple, honet-t, pleas ant face, dean shaved; a coarse!) shaped mouth; big burly frame; not the least trace of the poetic about hun, though his French udmirers claim this quality for his picture. Jiona llonheur. A face not expressive of genius; features somewhat hard and fixed, expression bright but unsjinpathctic. J. I. E. MetMonior. The licad Is so much tnelimd forward, and theees cast down ward, that nothing (un be divined of his character und genius UN figure U email. ! Jfateat The lost fate in the world you! would take for n musical artfct. You might I take him for the most dogmatic of doctors, 1 whether of law or physic. You are purzled to (onteive how any musk could ever have tsssued from n ijun with such a fate as that. JloMtiu.'l he v etc ran c ompneer has grown cdd. His features do not express whut they j should. The full, dark ()cs, however, ctill sec in to flash with spurkling me Italy. I foiiHw. A good, bohd, iniiifieal fat e; good, high head. Aubtr. Has the nervous musical tern pcruincnt, cluefl) indicated about tho brow. 1 Drat It of Army Ofllcero. , The Wur Department has issued the fob I lowing ircular: I ADJUTANT (iKKERAt. B Off ICE, 1 I WAsuixaTun, March 2ft, 100 f Sir: Itisinx sudofhee lo inform uu of the , death of two most distinguished ofluemuf our Department. Uolonel 1 heodore N Howers was accident ally thrown from a train of cars on the Hud sou Ilhcr road, and lusiunll) killui.onTucs-, day, March (I. ucncral beth Williams died nt lloston, Friday, Mureh 2.1, of disease of the brain. ' 'lints, 111 less than the brief space nf three weeks, have we been dtprivid of two brother officers and friends, whom wo mutt all sin cerely lament It is not tho purpose of this communication to ucite their services und I commissions they nre lull well known to all ( of us us 010 their inuuy virtues and udnura ruhie nans, vv nue iney win Miemiy and kindly dwell in our memories there now re mains no external tribute 10 de pud them, 1 extent to wear the usual mourning badge, whieli )ou ure respectfully requested to do. 1 1 am veiy respeciiuny, our uneuiem ser vant, E. D. Tow.saFp, Assistant Adjutant (j'cncrul ' Tn O vi v tvur Ct Lion, Heat the cast ings to a red heat, and plur.gc them into 11 bath of clear muriatic am), to detach the' Feulisuud thoroughly duim-c them. Then immerse the iiou in u halh of melted zinc, and us soon as thu iron has tooted to tho temperature of the rim, remove it. In this way beautiful galvaniztd cuttings can bo miide ('a tv should be taken, however, in plunging the tastings, when wet with the 11c id, into the zinc, or the zim will be thrown into the f.u e nf the operator. T he 7 me should be covered with Kind, and the (anting im mersed very slowl) IU11 road OrriMi.The formal opening of the Delaware and Eastern .Shore Kail road to Primes Anne, Mar) land, took place on Thursday of last week. Though tlio track had been down and the trams running irregu larly for several weeks, xct the road had not been ret cived or opened for the use aud ac commodation of the public. Now, however, that event, which for more than a 5 ear hus been announced to occur In a few weeks, has transpired the railroad Is completid und opened to Princess Anne, and two truins are 1 Mirin(r( dntlir ami rvimtla tli TVii TYi-r ,'- ' lander From the Cnleage Journal.) TO, I've read, I think. In some old hymn. Ere man bad fallen from graca, That angela dwelt on earth with bin, Tbe first of all our race. And often, In oar Eden fair, They tune their harps of gold. And charm tha still aad Uit'nlng air With stories sweetly told. No more, within onr tin-racked world, Tbe angel faces gleam 1 Long, long ago, their wing were furled Beyond Death's awful stream. Yet sometimes, 'mid tbe Jostling throng; That runs Life's eager race, I think I bear an angal'g goaf , Or see an angel face. 60 la my heart a vane fear springs ometlmea when I'm with thee. Left thou unfurl thy angel wtngi And fly from earth and me. CAuago, March 28, 18C0. Zfew Counterfeits. Peterson's Counterfeit Detector for April 1st gives tho following descriptions of new tountcrfcits which have been recently Is- bucai : Treatnry A'ofcs. 10s A new issue, dated March 10, I8G2. The red seal is badly exe cuted, as Is also the border of tbe note, which Is made up of repetitions of the letter X. Ocncrul appearance bail. A great number arc in circulation. 50s, United States Treas ury, (greenbacks.) are in circulation from an enlireiy new plate, said to be the best conn- leneii jcimaucoi tho uovernment notes. Ho look out for them, as soino few have taken them. Catted States Legal Tender Xotes Is counterfeit Large numltera of one-dollar counterfeit greenbacks are In circulation. Excepting a few minor discrepancies, the fpurious note is an exact facsimile of the genuine bill. The general appearance is al&6 v ery good. The green ink is of a somewhat btfhter shade than that wed on the irenuine. and some parts of the note look scratchy and l.l..n.t 'IH, A A r...i n... AH tlin . aAA.II oVaiallVllo AVMU UUIVBUIIU UI1 fcllUftCVU BI.TUM work on the lower richt quarter of the note are printed in green; in the genuine they are wkto. The head of Chae is darker. Bill has a coarse appearance. fs, imitation the portrait on the right and tho figuro of Liberty on the left aro rather coarse. Well calculated to deceive. j and 10s raised from Is. Portrait of Chase on upper left corner. 10s, mutation the portrait of Lincoln on the left end Li very dark, and the e)cs poor, whde the toes of the femalo on the right end can scarcely be BeciL On the genuine they ure very distinct. 10011 out lor them. H imitation; poorly done; engraving coarcc, and the bill looks blurred. Iho preen ink used Is lichtcr than the jrenuine. The dies and 20s are one eighth of an inch larger than the genuine. 50s, altered from 2s; In the genuine 50s the siirnature of the Register is on the left. and the Treasurer on tho right end of the lull. In the altered note they arc both on the right end, with two Btnps 01 lame work between (hem. roi, imitation. They arc so well done that all the bunks refuse them. lot's, imitated. Upper left spread eagle Fittm? on 11 rock. Too ceneral annearance of the bill Is good. The wings of the engle are coarse und the cloudmg streaky. The imprint of the American Rank Note Com pliant the top is larger than on the gen uine. On the rigid end of the back of the hill the 100 in tho circles aro inverted thus: loo." In the genuine the 100 in the circles on the left end read thus: "001;" in tbe conn ttrfi it they oro thus: "100." The puper is ulio liriivur. A MoYlng Story. T lurl)-si thousand "moves" take place on nu uveiuge every year in Paris; the largest number of removals take place on the 1Mb Apnlj the next largest, on the l.Mh of Jtm uar) ; then tome the removals of the 1Mb ltd) ; the fewest take place on tho 15th Oc tober, und )ct the police show that last Oc tulier no let than h,all "moves" took place. Ah the cholera was then raging in Paris, thu number is below tho average of October. The hiiiucs of removals Is curried on by firms of great fkili in moving furniture. They wiUiuuk the furniture of tho whole houso and kite hen in one van; they know how. to paik us well us stevedores ;tney rarely Drean nn) thing. The more fragile objects are car ried in u HWiugiug wooden basket, tilled with htruvv and ha), under the huge van. Theso movers' firm ure well organized, and will ngrie to carry furniture from one part of Frunte to another. 1 ho nbov e figures do not appl) ti pvtty removals the "moves'' of tenant who pay $M a year rent which take place on thu bth of the above-mentioned inonlhs, und ure made by hand-carts, Say Ihe .Kj,000 moves coM & each (which Is tho very lowest amount paid) this gives 0180,000 a )cnr spent in removals I Add $2 handsel money to these parties, $72,000, we luc c-'"J U00 epent m chungc of residence. Area oC tha United Slates. Hon Mr. Harlan, Secretary of the Interior in a teeint letter to the Rev. J. C. Fletcher, n plied to a question concerning the territo rial extent or this country, in order to afford the latter certain data for comparing the area of Ilrazilwithlhatc-rthc United States. Tho following ia the result, first in acres: Acres Tula! area of Ihe PBtlle laaUa of Ihe Et-lee and Teiri lorlt. l,tOO,M9,033 Total area of tfaoee Sutea where there are B' pulrlle Ian la 47,M,tWO Area of Indian Territory 41, l(U,1f Area of District of Columbia. 38,400 Oran 1 total of arsa of the United fitatee, la acre I,S21,S8SI2 Or three million two thousand and thirteen square milts. This does not include the urea of the great lakes just within and forming a portion of our northern boundaries, neither does it In cludo the marine leugue on the coust llrazil, in 184 hud an urea of 3,004,460 square tmlis, but it Is estimated that since the sttllimeut of her boundary lines with several of the adjacent countries, her area haH increased to 3,100 000 rquare miles. European Russia has an area of 2, 142,504 square miles, and all the other countries of Kurope havo a totul of 1 H7,b2b &uuaru utiles. Tine lat Rnmcn steamer at New York brought an Ahtssmfan Ibex, several Kanga roos some New Holland ostriches, and a greut variety of Australian birds for a me nu trine. Five companies of mounted troops are to be orgunized to hold In check and punish tho Kickupoo Indians on the frontier. They havo ueeu wurueruig mini lies 01 late. OrAXVnrri. (urn nut Tint tn hn Otinntrell. but Hamilton.