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THE NATIONAL BEPXTBLICAN. TUESDAY MORNING. APBIL 24. 1866.
national jUpftUati. official. SifiirviiT or Statu, I Waiiuvtoi, April li I Information baa been rcccircd at this De partment from Mr. Wilms P. Maxoum, the Consul of the United States at Nagasaki, Japan, of the death, on the 29 th of May, 1865, at Nagasaki, of Mariano Debosaktes, a seaman belonging to the ship "Oatalpa." Information has alio been rcccircd from the same source, of the death, by cholera, on the 9th of October, 1865, at tho same place, of A. Anderson, a seaman of tho ship "J. W. Hearer." DlFitTHIVTOP IflTI. 1 Wairisotov, April SI. ISou. ( Information has been received at this De partment from Mr. IT. (1. O. Ohaie. tho Yico Commercial Agent of the United BUtcs at Amoor river, of the death, by drowning, on tho 28th of Jane, 1864, at sea, of Adoltii Sri bo, a seaman belonging to the barque "J. W. Searex." Tho legal representatives of tho deceased can obtain further Informa tion by addressing this Department LOCAL AFFAIRS. Council Proceedings Board of Aider' mm, Tfa Hoard met last analog at the uaal hoar, tha t!o preoldeot, Mr. Turton, In tha chair. Freeent, Messrs. Owta, Qullck, Noyae, MaCaluran, A. Llojd, Cenfletd, Lewie, and Barr. Tba Chair laid before the Board a eommvnlea tlon from tht Mayor, announcing; his approval of an act to Mt tha ourVitonea and para tht footway on tha wait aide of Ninth street east, between Q and I streets tonth. Alio, a aommuuleatlon nominating Benjamin Severson as civil engineer under tba act .antttUd "An act for tba Improvement of tha Washington City Canal." Referred to Canal Committee! sob sequent ly reported back, and nomination confirmed. Tba monthly raport of tba Intandant of tha Aiy lam wm rtoolrad and rafarrad to tba Asylum Com mlttee. Tba following patltlona wara presented and re ferred By Mr Owan tha patltlonof Patrick Loogt rafarrad to tha Commlttaa on Claim, By Mr. A Lloyd tba patltlon of E. E. White and othtra for sewer on Lonlitana avenue, between BUth and Seventh streets Commlttaa on Feweragje. By Mr. Lewis tha petition of G. Uagertyi Committee on Police. Tha bill requiring photographers to take ont II oania wai postponed until next Monday. Mr. Canfleld eetted tha attention of tba Board to a communication which appeared In tha RircSLi cam of yaeterday. In regard to a member residing In one ward and representing another. Mr. C. aald ha had offered hli raelgoatlon and tba Board wouli not receive it, bnt referred the matter to tha Corporation Attorney. He waa ready at any time to give np tha teat ahoold tha Corporation Attorney decide ha wai not entitled to It. Mr. Lewla, from tha Committee oa Improvements, reported back tha following Mill, which were pasaed: BUI to enrb and pate tha aaat aide of Seventh itreet aaat, from tba north tide of Penn sylvania avanne to tha eonth itda of North Caroll na avenue, .bill to aet tha carbetonea and pave the footway on tha north aide of B itreet north, be tween Third and Yourth atreets east; bill to curb and pava tba wtit side 'of Eighteenth itreet west, between K and M streets north) bill to curb and para tha west side of Twenty 'fifth itreet west, be tween I itreet north and Pennsylvania arenuei bill to curb and paje tba weal aide of Eighteenth itreet west, between Pennsylvania arenae and E street north t bill to onrb and para tba west side of Twenty sixth street west, between D and M street north, bill to enrb and pave the aonth side of E etreet north, between Twentieth and Twenty first atreeti week The aama gentleman, from tha Third ward dele gallon, reported back to bill to pava tba carriage way on Ninth itreet west, between 0 and 0 itraeti Paased. lie also Introduced, a bill to curb and pava tha footway on tba east side of Fourth itreet east, be tween B itreet loath and Pennsylvania avenue Passed, Bill to grade and pava tha alley In square 61 5 Pasrd. TM, Barr, from tha Canal Committee, reported tick the communication of James Crutcbett, and naked to bo discharged. So ordered. Tba hill from tha Lower Board for extending tba sewer In square 457 to tha tewer In E street Pasted. The bill appropriating $0,506 for tba pur chase of tha building, No. 291, on D street, be tween Eleventh and Twelfth etreete, to be used as a station house for tba 5th praolnot. Referred to tba Commlttaa on Improvements. Mr, Turton Introduced a bill to take up and relay the gutter on F street north, between Nineteenth and Twentieth streets west Pasted. Mr. Noyei reported hack tha bill for tha relief of George Talbert. Passed. And tha Board adjourned. Hoard of Common Council. Tho Board net at tba uaual hour, ail the members present ex cept Measrs Andersen, Edmonaton, Talbert, Walk er, and Wright. Tha President laid before tba Board a mtsaago from the Mayor, announcing his approval of certain acta. Mr Peagh submitted a resolution requesting the Mayor to furnish this Board with tha quarterly ra port of the apothecaries for the different wards of the elty, for supplying tha out-door poor with med icines, in compliance with the law of tha Corpora tion of the lit of April. 1853. Agreed to. Mr. Moore Introduced bill to extend a sewer In the alley tn Square 457. Passed. Mr. White Introduced a resolution appointing a special oommlttee of one from each ward, (tha President to be chairman,) with power to send for persons and papers, In relation to tha enormous amount paid for medicines furnished to the poor of tha several wards, which vu agreed to, and tba oommlttee waa appointed as follows I Messrs. Moon, White, Hheem, Peugh, Slmms, Ferguson, Dudley. Mr. Peugh Introduced a bill to amend tha act ' entitled "An act making provision for the relief of the out-door poor,' approved April 1, 183 Re ferred to the special oommlttee appointed as above Messrs Ferguson and Hamilton Introduced bills for Improvement! tn the Fifth ward Referred Mr. Slmms, from tha Committee on Drainage, reported a bill authorising tba laying of water pipe tn L street north, from ThlrteentaHo Fourteenth street west Passed. Mr Joyce, from tha Committee on Police, re ported a bill for the purchase of the station bouse for tba Metropolitan police for tba Second ward Passed Mr Stewart, from tha Committee on Police, re ported bills for the relief of Alexander Henderson and Franoli E Mlddleton, J. II. Cochran and Vlo tor Tracy. Passed. Mr, Peugh, from several ipeelal committees, was discharged from tha further consideration of cer tain papers On motion of Mr. Ferguson, tha Board proceeded to consider tba bill to protect the Insurance com panies of the olty of Washington, amended by tha Board of Aldermen) and It wai concurred in Several Aldermen bills wera appropriately re ferred. On motion the Board adjourned An Important Case. Yesterday in the Chancery Court, before Justice Wylle, the case of Mary F Ratcliffe against W. A. Malona wai ar gued This Is a demurrer to a bill filed by tha plain tiff for the reoorery of part of lot 1, lot 3, and part of tot i, la iquart No. 281, In this olty. Tha prop- arty formerly belonged to Daniel and MaryF. Rat-' liffej they having lea here and Joined tha rebel lion, proceedings wera Instituted and tba property confiscated and sold to W. A. Malona. Tha plain tiffs having returned to this city recently filed a bill to aet aside the confiscation sale on tha ground that tha proceedings wera Irregular, and tha law under which It vu told unconstitutional. Mr. Malona, tha defendant, filed a demurrer, and tba cue wai argued. Judge Wylle sustained tha demurrer, and dis missed the bill pro forma, stating tba questions wera very grave and Important, and that It would require some tlma to giro them that consideration which their Importance demanded. Ha would therefore make an order that tha case should go up to tba court In bantt which meets La May next, when tha casa will be argued before all tba Judges. A. O, Riddle appeared for tha defense, Brent and Msrrlok for tha plaintiffs. Coroner's Inquest. Yesterday morning Coroner Woodward held an Inquest on the body of Michael Manay, the soldier who we killed on Sat urday night, an account of which appeared In tha RirciLicix of yesterday. Tha jury, after hear ing all tha evidence, rendered a verdict that tha de ceased came to bis death from a wonnd Inflicted by a ball from a rifle la the hands of Corporal George Metsgherj that the gun was discharged accidentally while Mettger waa removing the gun strap for tha purpose of tying deceased as a punishment, and the Jury further believe from tha evidence that Metsgher was Ignorant of the fact that tha gun was loaded. The African Methodist Conference Yesterday morning tba Conference met at nine o'clock, Bishop Tayna presiding. After devotional axerclsei by Rev. B T. Tanner, Bishop J. P. Camp bell, Rev. Ellihe Weaver, Rev. D Lynoh, and Rev. Dr. Oarnett wera Introduced to tha Conference Rev. W. II. Brown and Rev. John Offer wera ad mltted as traveling ministers. The reports of amounts of semi-centenary collec tions were made Tester Jay afternoon tba semi-centenary sermon waa preached before the Conference and a large au dience by Rev. Bishop Way man, In Israel church. Badly Injured On Saturday evening last, Br. J. M. Brodhaad, Second Auditor of tha Treasury Department, was found on the steps In front of his resldenoe, on Capitol Hill, In an Inien slble condition, with a lerera cut on bis head. He was taken Into the house, and remained unoon actons for soma time. Dr. B. does not know whether ha waa struck or felt and received tha cut. He had been to a neighbor's house, and was re turning home After reaching tha step of tha portico to bli residence he remember! nothing that occurred. ttioT. About twelve o'clock jester Jay a riot occurred near the corner of 0 street north and Third street east, between a number of soldiers and colored men. Officer Fats arrested Henry Smith, colored, for assaulting a man named Raff, and took btm to the station house Upon going back ha ar rested Feter Monaghan, whom he caught beating a colored man, and Moses MoKenney for disorderly conduct. Major Camp, at tha depot, with the Fourth ward officers, succeeded In quelling tbe disturbance, and order was again restored. Forotrt and Grand Larckny. On Sun day officer Stlncheomb arrested Arthur Hays, a watchman In Winder's building, charged with steal log a pocket boek containing $28 from Mr. James Sreleth Upon searching Hays room, tba officers found several articles and a check on Rtggs k Co for $1,500 with the name of James Eveleth signed to It. Justice Morsel!, after hearing all tbe evi dence,' committed him to Jail In two cases of grand laroeny and one of forgery. The Assault ov Conductor Voino. Yes terday morning wai tha tlma fixed for a hearing In the oaie of Jotcc and Catlaghan, arrested for the assault on Richard Young, conductor of car No 17. On Saturday afternoon Officer Crump arrested James MeQIua as one of the parties concerned In tha assault. The parties appeared before Justice Drury, but tbe case vu again postponed until the 1st of May, and the parties wera held to ball tn the sum of $900 each Dyspkpsia Dkstrots tiir Teeth Unless Its effects are counteracted by that pure vegetable tonlo and antiseptic, " Sosodont ' No bodily dis ease can Impair them If this antidote to all corrosive elcmeots that act upon tha enamel U regularly ap plied. Pennies will bo exchanged far currency at the Republican counter. tf Tha Courts Circut Court Judge Olt'n Jno, O'Con nell against Edward S O'Connor! judgment made final for plaintiff for $U3. James Montgomery against Joseph C. Wlllard, motion for a new trial reasons filed Pierce Babblngton tgalnit James Bowenj verdict for appellee for $50. William O, Coffin against the Washington and Georgetown Railroad Company. Coffin sues the railroad company for $3,000, bar Ing been ejected from street car No 8 df the Sev enth street line. It appears that be bad a transfer for Seventh street south, and offered it to tbe conductor going north. Tbe conductor said It was not good, and ha must pay the fare Coffin refused to pay, and he was ejected from the car. The case waa set for trial this morning, but tha plaintiff failed to make his appearance whereupon the court made the following order I On calling this case tba defendant comes by bis attorneys, Messrs J. U Bradley, Jr , and J. O Marberry and the plaintiff though solemnly called, did not make his appsaranoe, but makes default Therefore It Is considered that tbe plaintiff takee nothing by bis suit, and tba defendant recovers against plaintiff tha cost of defense. Joseph Rangber, trading as Telrnan k Son, against James R. Leach and Joseph Smith, surviv ing partners of Wm Qarrtok, deceased. Defend ant's death suggested, and suit revived against the administratrix Knnls for plaintiff. Criminal Court Judge Fuher. (EJw'd O. Carrlngton, Esq , Diitrlct Attorney, prose cuting ) Yesterday morning tbe trial of Patrick Clary, Indicted for the murder of James Smith, In tbe First ward, was commeoced Clary and Smith both resided tn tba same house, and fur some time bad not been friendly. A diffiaulty occurred on the 20th of March, 180), when Smith waa atabbed by Clary, and died shortly afterwards Ihe case will be resumed this morning E. C. Morgan and R S, Davis for defence CITY LY1UCU. Arctic Soda Did you ever 1 No, I never Tasted sacb bev'raga before i Vaney 11 think of 11 Uo there and drink of It, Aad then you'll be sure to waat more This soda of rag Is bow all tbe rage, Aelt aparkUeaofrean from Ihefouotala When Ibe aua like a flame Is parching oar frame. It folia like tbe dew of the mountain Let those wbo dcalro, Qaaffthe red, burning Are, 'Till It ateals both ibelr puree and their bralna , Till tt Area their blood Blighting all that le good And nothing but ruin remains I Bat for me, when I thick That I want a good drink, 1 cell oa ut friend. Tavlor Pa at And there I Imbibe, Wtiat I 'm free to deaeribe, At a drink fit forSalot or forBage. T TAYLOK FAQ I, Apothecary, corner SevcnteenJb, Irett and rcnajlvanla avenue Poetic od vertUeueete to order, addreas "DN01IOO, UsrcJLioAa Offloe apW st BYTELEGRAFH TO The National Ecpoblican. Latest from the Fenians. Brilliant flan of tho Campaign miey Intend to Balse the Green Flag on tbe Inaccessible Galore Islands, TECia aaxuEUaura. Tim FKZflANB Oiwtao, April 11 k ipectal to tba Ttmit states that 140 Springfield tnusketi wera lelsed I ait night. They wera for tha use of the Feni ans. It has been ascertained that 900 have been sent here, but only three casei were received. SOOguna wera distributed among tha Fanlanalast week. It Ii said tha arms were destined to ba used In a Fenian eipedltlon up tbe Bay of Qulnto by meant of sailing crafts and steam tugs, hav ing for Ita object tha capture of Flotou and Belle ville, and the raising of tha green flag In a sit uation almost Impregnable against assault by land and water. The Gait ore Islands, on Lake Ontario, are laid to have been pitched upon as the place of rendeirous and a base of supplies Expeditions wera to move simultaneously from other places on tha frontier. These rumors are given far what they are worth. Prom Louisville Pira nl Murder Lodiivillx, April 22 A fire broke out last night In Flnley'a daguerrean gallery, over Morris Lewis' dry goods and cloak store. Tba loss by fire and water was $5,000. Tba loss la $18,000, fully Insured In tha Seamen's Insurance Company of London and Liverpool. At Brandenburg, on Friday afternoon, tn an al tercation between the brothers Kendrlok and Allen B ten field, respecting aa old partnership, the latter having drawn a pistol, was killed Instantly by tha former. Heavy Ilobber y. AtiAir, April 22 Tha house of David Pellet, a farmer, residing about a mile from Norwich, Che nango county, wai robbed of $7,000 In money and Government bonds last Thursday. During the ab sence of Mr Pellet and wife, his men assaulted bis son and compelled blm to disclose where tha money was kept. Ha wu badly beaten and was Insensible when the father returned. FenUn Slusketa Selird Pbiladelfbia, April 23 Three cates of Fenian musketa wera letted at Oswego yesterday, by orders of the commander of the Department of tbe East. They have been deposited at Fort Ontario A fur ther search for arms is In progress. Fenlani are greatly azctted about the leisure. Three Children Killed In Boston. Bosrof, April 22 Tho wall of a building In pro cess of demolition on Orange lane fell last night, burying In tba rubbish and killing throe boys, aged between sli and twelve years Mary Flsber, aged eighteen, had both legs broken and sustained other injuries General Grant's Return. Ricihohd, April 23 General Grant and suite wilt leave for Washington, via Gordonsrllle, to morrow morning m New York tte-rkcta. Naw Yoftrc, April 23 Flour declined 5aI0 ota j talea 7,500 barrela, State $0 80eS 00, Ohio $8 80 allt Southern $9 OOatfl 25 Wheat declined la2 cts aales 19,000 bushels, Chicago spring $1 80a 1 83. Corn dolli sales 23.000 bushels at 83a88 cts Beef quiet Pork iteadyi aalea S,(00 barrela at $20 o0e2ft 05 Lard firm, at 17J.10J Whisky dull. Gotten dull, at 37 cU Sugar quiet Naval stores iteady. Freights dull Goldl20J. Wilmington Market. WiLHtiraTOK, N C , April 23 Reeclpti ofnarel tores very light. Spirits of Turpentine 52J cent! Rosin $0a0. Cotten Jfltlfl cJnta. Timber $0aU perM. New York Denies. Naw York, April 23 Tbe weekly bank state. ment Is aa follows : Decrease of loans, $1,940,000 ( decrease of specie, $l,60(r,00ll) Increase of circu lation, $300,000 deposits, $3,640,000 1 legal ten der $3L650(000. rMrORTANT TO CAPITALISTS. 81'LKHDID INVOTMSST THE AU1BIGAN COTTON l'LANTlKO LOAX COMPAbY. CAPITAL STOCK.. ..12,000,000 siunxa U BOARD Of DIRECTORS i Hon SIMON OAMBBON, Ex-SArctory of War Hod JO A. QILMORI, Ex Ooveroor of New Hamp. sblre Hon CtUUNCEr H DEPEW,late Secretary of Slate, New York. Hob J AS. II WALTON, late Trcaearer ef D. 8 Mint, 1'bllodalphla Hon N B BRYANT, Do. too, Ma-i ato L. TRAbK, E1 , flrut of D gclow k Traak, New York TnOS rOBEY, Esi , Arm of Corey, Wllsoa k Co , Bos ton, Unas ELIJAH P. DEWING, Est , New Orleans, La. Valor II O BRIQUAU, late Paymaster D S A, Waab Ington, D. C. This Compaoy offers grealar lodaeeraenla for I art at meats then anv Stock Comnanv now tn exlatance The object of Ihe Company la to afford facllitlca to the ImpoverUbad Cotton and Sugar l'laatcra of Ibe Sooth to grew aad get their cropa to market, always taking good ana aeuaiaciorj ccnritj' oj mortgage, oa ineir pinata lion aad cropa, for money advance! la procuring anp plica, paying labor, aad other aeceaaary expecaee loci dental lo the development of the soil CAPITAL AND LABOR are tbe the olveraal requlremcnta of the largest portion of SOUTHERN STATE1, aad when Indlcloaalv ADDllad. no matter bv whom for utahed, will reatore that portion of oar uafortanate country to Ita former prosperity, aad make the South all that Nature designed II, THE GARDEN Of THE WORLD. Babpcrlptloa books bave been opened In Ibis cllr by JOIINW MAOILL, Agent, at tbe Banking Hoaae of LEWIS J'lllNBoN A CO, corner of Peanajlvanla avenue andTeath tract ep23 tf IDWAAUC DTIB THOMAS aPsaiLL 0 O., TP 0 . DYER & QKNERAL WINE MERCHANTS, Offer for sale, la quealitlee to suit, WINES THAT ARE WINES. Standard Sharrlea, Snperlor Old Ports, Choice Mndtlrae, Claret aad Rhine Wince, Bargandy, Moelle, and White Wlnea, Snperlor Old Rye and Bonrboa WbUklec CHOICE OLDCOONAC BRABDIE8 Jolee Momm ACo ' Champagnes Isrienny, Dry erteoay, aad Oabinet Also, a fall assortment of CROSSE k BLACEWELL'S PICKLES AND SAUCES Patee, Bardlaee Olives, Bordeaux Oils, Ac 8ION OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE, 1M Pcaaaylvaala aveaae, pi 9 lot Between Twelfth and Thirteenth atrect GARDNERS PHOTOGRAPHIC ART GALLERY, INTELLIGENCES BUILDING 611 Seventh etrscl, ONCE MORS IN RUNNING ORDER. The damage ceased by the late Sre has been so far rs paired that baslaess will bs rammed THIS MORNING, WEDNESDAY, October 4th,) Wbee, oa formerly, the rule" will be strictly enforced throngbout the ealabltahmeut, "PRODUCE THE BEST, NO MATTER WHAT THE COST IN TIME AND MATERIAL." Mr 0 takes tale opportunity to thank his aemoroae friends and eattomere for pat kladoeac and lo say It sbill be hi coetanl alio to continue to merit Ihe jttj liberal caeoarsgemeat heretofore enlended U bUa. ed-dU f " AMUSEMENTB, GROVEB'8 THEATRE, Feaasytveale aveeae. near WUlareV Betel. LEONARD OROYE CO . taoaaan oaovaa. ...DIRECTOR. o . naes. LIST NIGHT BUT FOUR, MOST POIITIYELT, or tub BRILLIANT AND TRIUMPHANT ENGAGEMENT OF TBI IM I STINT SCBOLAHI.T ACTUS, MR. JAMES R. MURDOCH. who Will, CU THIS(TUHDAT) XYRNINO, ATKIU H, IOW, aed fov thie algal caly, appear aa Bl VIBLT la the thrilling Tragedy, U Ave acto,eaUlLed THI GAMESTER. To-morrow alibi, MUCU ADO ABOUT MOTH I NO. rTWE GREAT NATIONAL PAUL TItiL4f Dlrectoreof Ike KatiosaL Boutsoa aid Sailoss' Obpuar floss will eennteaee te hole a Ftlr le tkU elty ea the lath dayef Kayaezt, Ihe proceeds of WDicn wm w m iiTSMawiDtiipjinn hmbwhm of K ATtoiAt Soldibos'avd flAfLoat'OiFiAsi sot other wise provided for la laelr respective Itatee aad Terrl lorle. laeh Slit TarrUdrv Ii ta b MBritd fev & ta ble, aad Ihe Ladle UUad thai Ibe DUtrlct ef Columbia ball bear creditable eoalra! with aey. TheLedleawtU meet at Weiley Chapel, eeraer off aid fifth, streets every Teeidar, at 11 a. a, amtll tbe opeelag of Ihe fair, aid all Ladles deelreas or eo opera- Hflf meoDitcieoi iae awociauoa sto wraimr ii vlld loalteii iplO U OLOTIIINO. H W HE SUCCEEDED. at tii man or on aiti. There Is a doctor la ear tews, A maa of practice aad reaowa f Be nukes a haudeorae laeome clear, Aad layc up taoacy every year. Vow, when be started out la yealh. He bad bat little cask la truth Bat till bed try his best to do, Aad make a earns aad money loo lie atteaded lectares, studied herd. And very quickly passed Ihe board J IlecpeaedoBce, haag out ilf a, Bat utter p Atlanta eoeld not Ssd Each day be sat, with saddeaeJ face, for poverty eame ea apace At lost a frtead jtave blm sdvlce Which ebaaged bis fortaue la a trice. IFow palleat locked from far aad near, Aad kept him baay all the year) Mea and womeu, all declare, So doctor eta with him compare Tbe secret of hie freat saceeae, I'll tell you If you caaaot foaae J The same advice will help you all, lie f ol e eatt from lUITH'S OAK HALL. BbtITHPK08.it CO, MERCHANT TAILOE8, AWDDIAtauStK otxri roRimniHa goods, OAK HALL, ASA Savamtb itrtaL Jail received, Ibe largest aad flaeat stock of PIECI QOODI ever offered la the city of WaabtDgtoa Having scared tbe beetartlate la the city, we are prepared to make up la tbe finest Style, and at lower prices theu any other eatabllsbmeiL mblT B,B. k CO P1 ANOS AND MELODEONS. oaiAT btm eta or qoob SICOMD-HAIfD PIANOS, at bargains ranging from to $J00. on monthly pay ment. JOHN f. BLLI8, 806 raaasylvaala avanne near Teolb, Bole depot for CH1CKBBIKO k 8018 flee rtaaos KXlMtE HSUM. DA SI 8 EXlf 11 Ifas UOMt'AN OrriCEfiU PENNA AVENUE. BRANCH Off ICE 111 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, OPPOSITE WILLARD'B. GREAT EASTERN, NORTHERN, WESTERN, AND SOUTHERN EXPRESS fORWARDERS. ilcrchaadlse, Money, and Valuablee of all kluds for warded with dispatch lo all scceaalble sections of the eoualry,. COLLECTION Of NOTES, DRAFTS AND BILLS made Ib all accessible parte of tbe United Btatea. C. C. DUNN, Agent, oli tf Washington, D O. LAW"XoD NClE hV AW OFFICE JsasMiAaB, Blah, Wab&H LaBC. liYxGk. lauon k do. Oi f . UlAor, Coobsbllobi AMD ArTOuara AT Law IN TUB 8UFRIMB COUBT Of THE UNITED STATES, THI COUKTOf CLAIMS, THE CO tIRTSOf THE DISTRICT, TUB BXBCUT1VE DEPARTMENTS AND COMMITTEES OF CONGRESS OfflCE, m fbUBTBEf TH STREET, dels tf Directly Oppoalte Wlllarde' Hotel. tTtilitauy and naval claim AQINOY. O. I, BUNDT k CO., tU Pcaaaylvaala aveaae, (op pottle Wlllarde itelel,) WASHINGTON, D. O. CORRESPONDENTS! JD Rlt-BST,fcii ,l9otfaseaBst.,H. T, Dosai, CousToax at Baowi, N. Y , aad others. aod JOHN JOLLIFPK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, OBceoa tbeaortbeaateornerof f aad Fifteenth streets, opposite tbe east entrance of the Treaaery Bulldlar Waablngtoa CI If, D. C. Attends espectaUy le alolme upou the UalUd Stales. lyll If fOUN B. WHEELER. WILLIAM X. BKTAM. JOHN B WHEELER A CO, Real Batata Urokirs and Attorney for CI tip sgalnal tbe UnltUd States. Offlce oM Beventb atrect, betweia DandKalreeta, aecondatery, P 0 box, 621, Waahlag too, D C City Property, and Maryland and Virginia Farms booght aad aold oa eommlialen Refactnccn Richard Wallnch.Esq .Mayorof Wablsgtoa, Geo A BaaaeH Ban , Clerk Com Wave aad Mana, Honae of Kcp Wm U Weat, ) , Chief Clerk Ticas Drl. Bcaars ferry at bio. . mcrcaaatc. oc c A It D N. II. MILLER, JUSTICE Of THE PEACE, Off ICE, NO 611 NINTH STREET WEST, hTaar Pannavlveal eveena. Would reapectrally Inform hla friend aad Ihe pabllc generally that he la now attending to oil legal tiaaineae, each aa namiaistenng ii oaths. Drawlag Leasee,! each aa admlalatcring the Ameealy, na well a ell other oataa, vrawiagMoaee, voeas, v uit, i Landlord end Tenant Notice, Ae , Ae , Power of Attoracy, Tl aJvlaa elwan la ell Ita hreaehaai a? Partlsalaiatteatleapald to tbe eeUctlioa ef debte ene eiaima le ranerai .-!. 13HTAUH A. N T H J SM I T II ' H LADIES' AND OXNTLXUEN'S DIHIHO AND ICIi CHEAM SALOONS. 131 WEST BALTIMORE 8TREET, Are Ihe uoat aamfortable la the ellv Ladles or families ahopplng o walking will lad tbee alooas very convenient, where everything, Trom a elm ftle Innch tai Irtl claaa dlnaar. mT be obtained Breakfaat. Dinar, and Hnrocr are Prom nil v served la tbe beat style, tbe bill of fare always smtrarlng the moeicaoiceaianee Ice Creams, Water Ices, Cakes, ate , of tbe beet quality aad anperlor Savor at moderate ratea Weddlngaead other aaiembllc snppllsd with every rannlalta at tha ahArtaat nntlaa From long exuerleace 1b the business the proprietor gaareeeea aaimaciioa 10 ii paiiva jiw , TO UN WELOKKR'8 O BUHLER RESTAURABT (A la Malaoa Dorce ) S14 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, BaIwb If I nth ami Tanth atreata. (on atalra I Tbe proprietor of this favorite Rcataarant bai spared bo pains to maks this the best Rcstnnraal la Waahlog too t aad be point with plaasare to the large patronage he bos always been honored wllb,aud reapectfally Qllctte a continuance oi to asm GAMB.OTSTEKB. end other refreahmaateeoeaUatly oa hand and at the moat reasonable tatec U BE A KF AST, DINNBB AND SUPPER prepared at tbe shortest notice aad la the meal satis factory manner Braekfaat from 8 to 11 o'clock. Dinner aad Sapper al all hoare mail U 11" K V 1 K a 11 M I) NTS. The beat and eheanest Reatauraat In Waehlnetoa la that uadsr the Rcpreaeatatlvee' Hall Membere of Congreao and visitors ere served with viands which for good quality aad moderate price arc aasarpaesed a Jf W M B AM DSRHOB Proprietor TT IMI'oF,"' " MERCHANT TAILOR. 474 Four lean th Street. ODDoalte Wlllard 'a Hotel Wlehea to Inform hie friends that be baa just received a full assortment of French, Engllab and Domestic Cloths and Catslmeree of Ike moat fashionable atylea end color, and he would be plcaaed to serve tbcu ou the most reasonable term aud at tbe sborieat notice ftf.lM) TTINA'IfOl'ATji AY OOOKE k OO.t BANKERS, rimXKTH KUXT, eyUe THE TUAJUXT, bay aad cell at current ralee and keep ea hand I fall eapply of all OOTIuflMIJtT BOXDt, S1TIN-TUIRTT TBI AIDBT KOTiA. CSRTIFICATM Of IRDSUTEDNEKfl, Ac , aad pay tbe highest prlcce for QUAKTKKUABTXtt'l CHICKS AHO YOUC1IIBF. aagl-dtf TniltST NATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON. H. D Cooia, (of Jay Cooke k Co ,) Frectdeut, W. f. Hvxnaovoa, CoahJer, GOVERNMENT DEPOSITORY f IBANCIAL AGENT Of THE UNITED TTATI. leva evaaaT, orrosm tub tbiasvbt vsrAtTBtST. Oeverameat securities with; Treasurer Ualted States, 9HI!fK MlLXIOn DUZXARI.-V We bey aad seU all classes of GOVERNMENT SECU RITIES at correal market ratea. fURKISH EXCHANGE and make CoIlecUone ea ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Of THE UNITED STATES. We perebase Govetameat Vcaehere ea the MOST FAVORABLE TERMS, aad give eAlsrvt aid Moarr ATTIJTIOI TO ACCOUNTS Of BUSINESS MEN AND FIRMS, aad te aay other baalaess eatraslei to as. fULL INfORMATION la regard to GOVERNMENT LOANS at al t'mec ebeerfally raralshed WM B HUNTINGTON, Caselcr. WaoBibbtob. ltii.hao. iUh niaJl.it R" ITTENIIOUSE,rOWLEU & CO. BANKERS, 362 Pennsylvania Avenue, Dealere ia GOERNMENT SECURITIES of all de scription GOLD, SILVER, aad UNCURRENT MONEY bought ana eoia COLLECTIOAS made oa all accessible point EXCHANGE ob alt parts of Earope oU at lowest rates cTiirvainAt anX aali in New forlt it flid.l rates Onr effieebvl"gle direct tcUgrapblc co ronmotctoe with ibe Oold aad Stock Exchange Rooms la New Yjrk, tromptnese anddlspatcb la tbe execatloa of orders may o relied oa We beve always ob bsnd for Innedlate delivery ell Jenomlaallona of tba 7 SO TREASURY NOTES. Oar special attention 1 given to this Loan altf II OTX2 J-.H. Y I h L A II I) S ' HOTEL, 8IKE8, BIDWICK CO , r.oriiiToai, OUKKIB riHH. AVE. HID rOUKTIIHTII STKIET, WISlllliaTOIt CITT an tf TT o r r M A N nous u , BROADWAY, CORHER OF TWENTT-FIFTB STREET, NEW YORK CITY. MITCntCLL, READ, AND WALL, PROPRIETORS Tbe HOFFMAN HOUSE te conducted upon the pica of the best American aad European Hotala It combine ell the modern Improvement accessary to Ihe greatest comfort of gneats that art lagsonlty aad Uberallly can possibly devise aad produce. The bill of fare for the table embraces every variety and delicacy afforded by the American markets, In their season. JfW-7 WASHtKaTOM jrabroWrrflStampittfl 15 COMPANY, 322 F BtDetwsealOtu & 11th 8 U, I $riihrnt3$ircia,u..39 J?crgia. COPPER STAMPS, XtwsaaCbotoeBijIe, Tor Yokes, Dreiiei, Coltart &. Cuffs, Cloeke. Ouetaloue, Bmoklsg Onpe, and auppere, (tooledlnc aCaeoalo XmblemeJ la great vartetr COATES AND OTHER COTTONS, Bllke (Bevleg aad Kaibretoery), Mohair, Brelda, Heedlce. 4m. UAU m rwpvafeltr tartU la at!) ial imbm Puv vim ywr whuj m .r i Ii niU Uimalin tnith i vkn U Mil item, Bill an vhS i T 1) W A 11 1) L Y C E T T . Vj book-binder and paper ruler, Mo 71 Peaasylvaala aveaae, belweea Tenth aad Elsv eath street, south lde nnnVa aUaalI or nlalnlv bound PsrlodCBU Bad I Newspapers carefully attended to AUCTION flAXiI38 AUCTION SALE AT THE NAVY TABD. TI1TKD ITATIS If AVT-TAAB. 1 WASRtBOTOV, l C, April 14, IBM t Will be offered at public sole, to tbe hlcbt-t bidder, at Ibe VavyTard la Waahlagtea, ea I AT O It DAT, April 38, IMC, at IS e'elock, bl AUtefKefaseWeod.Cblpe, Ae. A Let of Bags, Jaboat 1,000 poaada ) Also, a Lot of Coe damned Store, (wblek have bee la tbe yard slaee IMS.) to be eold for torege, aaleas taken ewey by tbe owner before tbe day ef anle Terns i Cash ta Ooverameat feeds, one half at tbe itsne ef aale, aad Ihe balaaee before the property le re nTad. whlab mail beta all deva from tbe dtr of sate Artlalee forfeited by fallare lo eonply with bid will oe reeoia ai me pleasure ei in uovcramvai. By order ef tbe Conunoadaui t CHA8 KLiTHBOr, opM tde Marat Storekeeper. XAIUjE SALE OP QUARTKUMAS- jLJ tbk'b aiuniB ax turn vavalki uxrur, U1SDUAU',V If. QCABTSKBASTsa OinnAL's Orrtei. f ibsv Divtaioi io v, J laoA t re wlllb WAsniaavoa, D C, April t3, IMS. Ut order ef the QaartermaaUf Ganaral. there wll eel.oa the premlaea, at publte aectlon, under the d recti on er uapuin ueorge i urowniag, a q m ,ob TUESDAY.Ihoethof Ur,ll.nad continue from day to day, uaiU all la aold, the follewlag described lute ef Quartermaster's Store, vis I liSeela Cert Haraeaa, 'ill poaads Tallow, AS sate Four horee Heraese, 6 barrela Sail, 40 sels An. balance Haraeaa, BO Oil Ceas, ISO Saddles. riatform PccIh. SC Carta. Blngleand Doable Blocks, 9 watering ana, o -nw uara. 17 army vragoaa, war-ii poanaauaiiroaaBpiBca, hone l inew.i S Army Wagora, (twollMBhatUraedaato Uaapa, borac ) IV) poaeda Neti, 1 Ambnfaaee, foar boneOlTOOUpeDRlngt.lIulU.LInka, A Deed borce Wngona ' Ac 39 Portable forge, km Tire Boiu, flO Anvils, CO Llnch Tlac ttCaaldroaa, 1,300 buples, Hwka, T, 9D Cooking Stove end fix- Ae , lorea, 44 pairs names, 60 Heating Blovea, W Hiding Br diet, TW Dane una. ISO Mhi Table, 1,000 Tablespoon, 1 ODUhnlteaand Forks, 64 Ladlea, 1,0tTia Cape, 1 000 Tin Platee, 3 J C ffee Pols, 03 Bread l'ene sj Iert loar-nnnw I balance MarncM, (acwj 10 Bridles, (new,) 'lOOoetc Llaeeand Martla- gnla, III Cellar Pals, 200Sureleg!cs,8ddIe-bBg, I aad Crappcrf, Isctlltbbea, IMMaeareFcrks, 103 Axes, 60 Spades, 4.W tibovela, 7 Coal Batkcta, (large,) piO Water Dockata, SISHced Ualleiaaed Ropts, (Saw,) 76U Head Halters aad Rope, (good) l,u Head Baiters, (good,) 9 nnn lived lleltara. iv uieneeii, 4 aldce Baiting Leather, 4 aldce Bridle Leather, AOOlBrryCon.be, 700 llorae Brnibec, IS sheets Sheet Iron, (new,) IV) ponnda Lead, ya ponnda Vbblt Male), 121 Lantern. Latnpa, ke , boxea Window Ulaaa, 6K) Head Ualtcreand Chains Bel tin r. 600 BccK Btrapa ana uaeine, 600 Halter Cbelaa, EM Canvaa llorae Covers, SGrladatones, SlAxleboxee, , X) poaada Pcrap Iron, 3 OOO pound i llorae Shvea, 600 poaeda Ciela, eLugibalaa, 4,000 pound i assorted Iron, l.in ponnda Scrap Iron, 6 000 pounds Hope, 170 Wall Brnahe, 37 acta Shoeing tools, 60 1Iardte, ISO I'rltehala aad l'aatbee, 1 Circular Sawa, ICroea cat Saw, a nooa raw, VI Head Hawe, lOTaaoa Haw a. 60 Plaa a, (aaaorled ) ju vauiamg iroua, nay Book, Ac , 160 Bread, (aaaorled,) 3 Cleaver, 14 A agent, I Tenon Aagcr (eotnilcte,) SBraccaand Blla, 00 Angr BlU, (aaaorled ) 12 Trying Square, 10 I poke Sbnves and Sew Sett, 40 Oil tttonM, ULIaw Hammrra, 90 Hatchets. gnaptra Tonga, lOOpalra llnchers, 73 Cold CtWeta, CO Clinch Irons, IV) Hammara, (aaaorled,) 300 Raapa, 200 File, SBcllews, 11 Vlaca. 206 Broome, SO Ice Hooka, 1 tet Sboolag Stock, 100 Wbealbarrowa, 60 Iron l'ota, A Dntcb Uveas. 6 rew Drivers, 12 Moekey wrenches, 11 Drawluc KalVSs. 1 Spirit Levele, 6 Adics end Hand Axes, 4 aela Stocka and Plea, leoCblaela.faaaortcd.) 6iMlUlterhaares, auu groea uocaie, lOgroaa Halter Bolts, 10 vroaa klnea. ITS Stove llpe Joint and DO Door Bolt aad Thumb BIDOW. 60 Camp Kettle, X Picks, 1 Plows, 6 Road Cera per, 9 (httllaaterlng Lathe, 00 Wagon Hoonda, (new,) VI VA TrAUirh Latch, 176 Locks, (aaaorled,) 9i3 Carriage Knob, 0 pound Copper Rivets, IMpalra Batt Hinge, lMJalra otrap Hinge, 30 Chair 2 Offlce Table, 23 OfSc and Field desks, 19 OIW Grain Sacks. fcS Denble Irvce and Lead Dare, Om 'Pallon'a Blelt borae Power.1 W lb bf OrlniS end bolta, ebaftlcg. gearing, pallcys, Ae , and One Worthing ton fctcstn Force I'ump, cspsbls of fore i. ikABiiail ni.ano eellona of water eer dar And many other articles aot saancraled la Ihe above ni Terms t caB, la uovernmeni innaa Biorea will be delivered oa the wharf of tbe Gleaboro Depot free of expense to the purchaser The pnrrl aset will be allowed five (6) days from date of ale la which te remove the stores A boat for Uleaboro will leave tne bixid iimi wum Brevet Brig Gen , la charge first Dlvteloo. a M O ap24je 1110108ALH pnorosAL8on sinvKU. Matob's Ornca, Wasmirurov, April 13, 1KW SEALED PBOPOSALS will le received by tbe uadr BLrneduPtlllao'clockm ,oa WEDBESDAY,lhelVfaday of April next fov the building of a Three-fool Barrel Sewer, (Inside diameter,) the walla lo be nine tncbea In thickness, to K street north, from Thirteenth lo Four teenth street Wet, lo connect wIib the sewer bow being c"dnJ traded tu Fourteenth meet, 1b accordance with the act approved Inly 27, ls9, to baveoac Man bole where the Commlaalonerc of Ihe Second ward may direct Bidders will state tbe price per lineal fool for the Sewer, which shall locladd all encavalloaa, Ac , Ac i for tbe coat of the Man-hole, tbe snccessfnl bidder or bidder to be responsible for all damages done to gaa or water pipes, or t nosed by the eleiucol, and any ae clJente caueed In tbe ontruetlon of the work The right to decline any or ellpropol, should II be Jeemed for the UUreal of tbe Corporation lo do o,l reserved , ,. gpeclficailoas can be seen at tbe offlce of Ihe Compile. loners of Improvements evsry day 1 tween 10 o'clock a m and 12 m j or at ear lime by calling oa the ComplMlonerof the Second wefd None but practical """"'"jVarAtm-O, BplO did Commissioner Second Ward TOtEdll Ill-EP ANl VhO L r AULLS. "" NAvrDfif'pfBr, 1 BcaiAP or Pkovisiors Alio Cloth ia, April 13, lotfd SBALBD PRO TO SALS, endorsed ' Proposals for Frcsb Beef and Vegetable," will be received at this Bureau uoill 3 o'clock p m ,oa tbe 24th day of APRIL, last , for the supply of twenty fire thousand poo ad of Fresh peer ana iwenir nve mooiaoa , ,f lablc at the Washington, D C, Navy Yard and eta i. J- .. l.llll Tli. R..f mA Vaifl.ilal moil 111 I I IIVBi Tlin - '"----- V good quality, end (he beet the market afford, aad encb ertlcle must be offered for by the pound The Beef to be In eioal proportion, fore Bed hind uerters Bonda with approved acurlty, will be re'i"'fJ ,n one half tbe estimated aiaouot of the contract, end twenty per cent In addition will be withheld from the a moo at of ei. payment to be made, a collateral sent rlty fur tbe doe performance of the contract, which a III, on no account, be paid anllt It 1 fully Compiled will Every offer made mail be aecomianled by a wrtiten guaraoty, signal by oue or more r aponslble person, that I. bidder or bidders will, If hie or their bid be ac cepted eater Into an obligation within five days, with good and Bafflclent eurstles, lo faralsh the article pro posed , , In yroposal tetll U rontUrt unUti aceomfmnU t by urh ffuaninty, and by ttUiAurt try tifa M fA bi Uttr it a ruffulir ilenlrr tn th arthltt j ropottd, awl kfts tht tietnt rtulrtil by .n af Ungre The Department reserve th right t reteet any pro poal not cousldered advanlageou lo Ibe Uovernmeni pit aim PHOrOriAIeS 1 OU CONhlitUCUON of ault at ablihgton, a IIiAPqcAKTsa DarAarMKirT or WASRuaToi', ) urrica or Cmar grAkTsaaAaTka, V WAKiusen x, I C Ai rll J lW ) Scaled rroposnle will b received at ILU office ULtll iao clock, noon, April 30th, Instant, for the eacavallon nuJlmasonry neceaaery for tbe c instruction uf a Stone nnoitirlck Vault at Ihe Natloml Cemetery at Aril n, ion, Irginla, tbe reiulred nalerlals to be for&lahed by Ihe contraeturor contractor feiU vanll I lo be under ground, of an Interior dlaro eter between the walla of twenty (A)) feet leu (UM fet high Id springing line of arch, with well three (3) fret th ck of rubble maaoory, laid In vortarif jartllmo andfpsrt hydraulic ciueLt; to le covered with hem tepherlcnl arch of aame material The floor, wall dividing vanll iuto comi-AMmant, .-J w. I. .iii.I.j .1 Inn In ha nf Lr ck luaaoorv Plan of vanll may be -d aad speclOcatloas will be f rnlshtd, Pttil,Pllc",lunMlllumJjaT0V Colonel and Chief (Inarl-ruifier, pll d Department of Whlugtoi oali; or a ini y wag o n .s. ' Caisr QoeaTBaBAavia'a Orrici, Dirovor Wabbixutob, J Wasbifotob, D C , April IV, 1866 ) Sealed Propoaala are lavltrd for tbe purchase of 670 Army Wagon, In lota of not lea than tweutr five Theee wgon are worn, but stltl serviceable for road aad farming purposes Proposals wllUe received until 19 ra WEDIf ESDAY, May 9 Payment (In Government foods) will ba re quired upon notification of acceptance of bid, and prior to Ihe delivery of the Wagon The right to reject all bids considered too low le reserved Theee wagon are at Lincoln Depot, nbost on mile east of tht Capitol, aad ean be seen by applying to Cfl TnmnkliiB. tha QnarMiruiaalar la eharira Iropoaals should be signed with the bldder'a full J name, and give hi past offlce add rest, endorsed ' Pro posats to purchase Army Wagon " aed addressed io D II RttKKK Brev Mai Gen and Chief Qiisrtriair, ap30 171 Deuol of Washington DENTISTKY DH LOOMIS, BRPtlVKKT HT1iT, I'lS PantiBvlaaalB iniin. naar corner of profiuloa Hilfotu.llon f tin mll cornti inj Iirl.ly or ulllcl.l ! u.i. r ATJOTiorr A.x-Krt. SALE OP OOVEiWMKOT BUILD 1NGI AT STANTON HOSPITAL. Cuir QuAaviBMASTia'a Ornca,) Darov or WAewtaovow, V WimtatMff.D tt. AoHlSl. 1MB. - 1 Will be cold at pabMe aactlaB, ea Ike prealsee, uadef Ihe direction ef Brevet Lleiuaaal .Cjleael Jss M Moere. A. Q M , ea f BIDAT, Aprtl 17, ., cloek. m.. the Oeverameat kalldlage eo-prlilna STANTON noiprTAL, elleeied Ml otree, ntwe Seeead end Third streeU.la thlselty.visr Sll (t) Hoepltal Ward a, each 14 by HO fee, Oee (tVidmlnlatratloB Belli lag. St by lnfeei. One (I Macs honec. 14 fey "S feet. Oae 1 Leaadry, U by 44 feel. One 1 XHchcu, 14 by 66 feet Oaeil BnrMak.Mbvflfeet. Oee (1 Coal hoaae, U by 14 feed. Oeeh leebeaae t4bylfeet Oae fl Stable, IS by li feet. One (1 Carriage hoaae, 17 by S3 fact. On i) Storebeaae, 17 by SI feel. fear (4) Scalry.boxee, eeeb 4 by 4 feet SIS (6) Coeeectloaa, cub 7 by 14 fee. i Oee (II Pleek Walk, a by ill faai. One (I) rutarm aad Walk. 4 by 8.W feet. The balldlaga will be aoldalagly. aad mealbarO mAved within Sfteea (IS) days from date ef aale. Terms i Caeh, la Gwveraneal fenda D II RUCKES, Brevet Msj. Oca. aad Chur QeararmuUr, apSt flt Depot ef Waahlagtoeu CALK OP Sl'AIJi SHOVELS, AC. Csrtar Q?AUTiBHATaaa Ornca,) DtroT or WASBtaoror, WAsAixurov, D c , April li, 1W. S Will be eold al nactloa, seder Ihe direction of CaptaU D 0 Thomas, military storekeeper al cIMhlar depot. Armory aara, this cllr.oa MONDAY, May 14, IM, atlOaMock, aim.. 17,000 Spades, aewf 6 600 short handled aad 1. 600 lose 'bandied BAovele. Bwi and 90 Sibley Teate, worn. Those epndea ead ahevels are from Ihe beet seaaefae tarers, aad many of them ere la original packagee. Tenta will be aold singly; apades and ebovelelB lot of twelve, with ihe privilege of twelve doiee. Fl?e deye are allowed purchaeere te remove their goods. Terms i Cash, la Goveremcet fond D It RCCKER, Brevet Mslor General aad Chief QnartaraaaeUr, epSMlt Depot of Washington LARGE HALE OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY. Will be aold at Naw Berne. North Carolina, a terra nonet of Ordaaaee aad Ordaaaee Stores Sale to commence oa tbe 16tb day of May. IMS, at 19 o'clock, a. id , aad continue dally until nil the prop erly, tba principal cloaee ef which are gtvea below, are eold t Iron ead Brnsa Ganc, Oea Carriages, Harness, Bad dlea, Halters, Ur1dtca,Rtaoket, Wheels. Old lroe.Leed, Snlib, Armorers, and Saddler' Tools, Old Leather, Sling Cart Olaa complete. Infantry K-ielpmcuta, Imple- mesi iwr vieia una oiego uaai, aaa atr smuw sow numerous lo mention Correct 111 of article to be sold will be faxalahedl opoa application to tht office By order of Major General A. D Dyer, Chle' of Ord nance, Washington, D C JASPER MTERB, npl tmlt Bvt. Capt. Ord Dept, U.S. A. s ALE OF A bTKAM GRIST MILL CAVALRY DEPOT, OIESBORO.D C. QcAaTiaMASTaaGixaaAL'a Ornca, ) ftaar Divisioa, WAtaixoTOX, D C , April IT, IBM. ) By ordsr of the Q eerier master General, there will ba aold oa the premises, at public aactloo, under tbe di rection of CpUlB George T Browalag, A. 0. M , ob lowing described public property, to wit t WKoniSDAi.uay u, ibw, at is o'ciock n , iae ia oasili btbah UKixiuinu anu raau aiii.b, (frame, with maealve graoltefoaadatloas ) 40 by 80 feet. alrncud of the very beat material, and la the moat sab atantlat manner Alio, at the ame time and place, the machlaery ami, appliances of the mill consisting or ONE (1) EfGINE, OF 100 HORSE POWER, with cylinder of tweaty two (23) laches dlemeter aad twentyfonr (24J Inches stroke, set upoa a heavy cast Iron bed ptat, with cold and hot water pampe and heater, with a caaMron fly-wheel, with driving pulley of the same material, ten (10) feet la diameter aad twenty-four (21) Inches face, with Jadeoa's patent gov TWO(2)BOILEl.BOFflO UORSEPOWEBBACn.MADX of tbe beet boiler Iron, five sixteenth (o le) of aa laeta la thickness, Sre (5) feet ta diameter, aad foarteea (H feel Sre (6) Inches la length! each boiler coatalaiaer eev(BtylB (7) lap-welded A ace. each three (3) ead ob fourth ii) lachee la diameter, with all the reialslte p- TElf'no) PAIRS OP RIED'8 PAT1NT BUCKIXGHA1C THIRTY (30) INCHES SfKI.tU KILLS, constructed of solid French barr mill. tone, aad set la heavy, well balanced frames, with bay-cattere, elevators, aad eoa veyore ufllcleat to ent and handle tho hay, grain, ead prepared feed oa the most economical and labor-aavlse; The shafting le ef SaUhed wroaghl Iron, aad the pal leye of cast Iron, faced ead betacced, with hangers aad boiea, auffleleat to drive ten (10) palre or barra, Ac. Tba mala drlvlag belt Is of roar (4) ply rubber, aad tweaty font mi lachee wide Tbe bell for driving tho mtlfa l. ... .lit,. t,.i..li lamsail viataikl Btvtaha4 laathar. Toe Engine, Boiler, Machlaery, aad Fix tare of every description, are of the very best materials aad work- man tup, ana etui in exceiieui tonvuii ue wwo lug order, tbe mill having been In operotloa oaly about Bileea moatha If deemed advisable by tbe agent of the Govern meat. oa the day of aale, tbe balldlaga will be sold separately. Terms t Caab, la Go vera men t fond l'orchaser will be required to remove their property before the flrst (1st) day of July neat, enlee otherwise arranged with the owner of the grounds, A boat for Gleaboro' will leave the slxluetreel wharf every boar daring Ibe day of sale Any farther laformetioa thai may be deelred wlllb given upon application. In person or by letter, to Cap tain George T. Browning, A. ft. U , Gleaboro V or to this offlce JAMES A. EKIN, Bvt Brig Gen , la ebargs 1st Dlv, 0. M. Q. 0. apia su X AIU.E BALE 01" UOVEHNMENT J J BDILD1NGS. LUMBSR TIMBER, 4o , AT THE DISMANTLED FORTS AROOND WASHINGTON, D C. USADVaaDaFASTMiirTor Wasbimto,) Orricn Cntsp QuABTsaHAaria, WAauiaoTOir.D C .April IB, 18M Will be sold at public auction, at tba llmee aad places named below, all of the Offlcere' Quarters, Barracks, Me Houses, aad other atrncinres leleaglag to the (lanrlermosUra Department, United BUIee Army, la and boat ihe following tllsmuutlad forts around Weening ton Alo, at eame times and places, will be eold for the Engineer Department, the Lumber, Timber, Abattle, Ae., conceded with each fort respectively i EAST OF EASTERN BRANCH On MOfDAY,APKIL2Jd,atl0o'clock,a m,, At FORT CABROLL, eleven frame building, vlst Three Uetracks, (large li)j oae Hospital Building j three1 OtDcera Qnsrter. end four email balldlaga of vartou 'tluenelona. Also, Mess Uoaeeaad Stable of it8AkiB'DAY, at i f m , at FORT STANTON, foer frame balldlaga, vis i . One Barrack i twoOfflcere' Quartern, one Cook Hoaae. Also. Stable and Guard Hoaae of Stockade flOHTH OF POTOMAC Oa TDE8DAT. APRIL JMh at 11 o'clock.a, m , at PORT LINCOLN, FOORTBIN FRAME BU-LDINtiB, T't!.. n.rrarke four Mees Houseel three Oflecre' Qaarterai and two small outbuildings Alee, two blablo and four outbuilding (.locked) or varioae dlmnal)ne ..- .... . . .. On WED1LSUAI, AI'ttlbUlD HIIS :, aw tu., FORT TtrTTKR.NlSIB FRAME BUILDINOS.vls Two Barracksi one Mean House, four Offlcere' Qaor- ter, sad two uiDuiiamge aio iouv umcere-mu.- ters, uonra uouse, stable, aaa jv urn a.a.ti; v. various dlmenalona On TMUIISDAY, APRIL Hb at 11 o'cloea.a.m ,at FdhT SLOCUM, TWENrY'Otll. FRAME BUILDINGS, 111. II... aba. fAniU.H tfltflajta , flwa OfflCflTB' QUar ters, two Hospital Ward, twoSunieooi Qaartera, and three email outballdleg Also, one Stable, (log ) On VHIOAI. Al'Htl. -7iu at no-ciocK, w,u STEENS, F1FTEBN FHANK BUILDINGS, vis t Fonr Barrack , four Me lloaees four Ofncere' Qaar ler , sod three tuall bulldlug of varlou dlmcaaloe Ou BATDRDAY, APRIL -Mb, at 10 o'clock, a. m , at, FOHT RENO, FORTY SIX FRAME BUILD1MGS. vis SIB Barrack, va He House) one lleadana-terj Building i IhlrUen Offlcer' Quartere, 'var EJasjpItmJB Balldlogai two Stable (ons large li)t oee Blaekemltta Stopi two Forage Sheds, oa Carpenter Shop eaa Saddler's Shop and eight email building of various dlAf."TWENTY SEVEN BUlLDINUBof log aad stock' bit Offlcere' Quarter j three Store llouaes j oae Stable ; six Nob commissioned Offlcer' Unartere three Mea Rooms) and eight smalt outbuildings of vortoaedlmea "i" MONDAY, APRIL 30th, at IS o'clock boob, at FORT bUMHEU, F1FTY.FOUU FRAME BUILDINOS, Light Barracksi ten Mesa Houses i Iwenty Offlcere Quarters t two Stables, (one large H)i oae Offlcere' Mes Hoose, two Hospital Ward one Hoepltal Cook House) oae Dead Hoot two bargeona' Quarters i seven small frame ontbolldtngs of various dimension Alio, SK EttTEEN BUILDlNGd ef log aad atockadc. Three Sillies , one Wash-House , three Store Hoasee ; two Offlcer' Qaarters , aad eight outbulldlegs of van ou dimension . .. . , Tbcke eales embrace a large .uotlty of timber, lava Ler.Ac , and an eicelleal opportunity 1 Uue "'' lead owners tn toe vicinuv oi "u,",7" J ,":": building and fencing materlale conveuient to their prop- "Vbe tallllary guard will remain opoB the fflf?1.1? day. after date of sale, for ",.'' f.f, J" Ifti'tJ purchaser, (not own.r.oftheUadlwm lore .jUM lo remove the butldlegs, Ac , wllblo flfteeu usye iron tn date of purchase Uullding will be sold singly Term, rash la a"KftlrtIJDWflTo4t, Colonel end Chief Uaarterm aster, aplS lot DeptofWasblagtoa. nU I H 0 N TAYLOlt, IlOOhSELLER AND 8TATI0MER, 334 Feaoiylvauie avenue, S doora weal of N lath street. WASUISUVpB CtTV AM the new hooks of Ibe age received Immediately uion Issue from the press,aaJ for sale at publish re' Imported Stationery aad American meenfeetnre,of all gr.Jss and variety, nl the lowe I New Turk prices blank Books or alt styles on bead, and made to order without loas of time ... , . .. Malting Cards prlntsd, and platee engraved In tha latest fashion . . t . , All Medical Book supplied, at publlshere raUe. Paper aad Envelopes slamed. lo order. ep) If