Wfkninjrton City, I). c
OFHCK COR TENTH DD. HEAR mil. ATESUB
9f All communications, whether e butLaee or
republication, should b addressed to W J, Men
tisi. Proprietor If iTioAt Rare aiiCAV, Wathiag
t, D C
We) are authorised to announce that the ladles
of the Eteeutlrt Mansion, Mr. Patterson and
Mm, Stover, will b home on Monday evenlnj.
The evening has been fixed In lieu of the After
noon receptions, as they were last season,
Mae. BECfciTAftT Willi will hold- her usuil
Wednesday rreeptlom froral to dp m.
Sthakkd Colfax weekly reception will
continue till the Wit Friday In March.
The reception! of the Speaker'! mother and
liter, Mn. and Mln Matthews, for ladles, end
gentlemen accompanying them, will be every
Wednesday afternoon, from 1 to 4 p. m. KesK
dence, 7 Iarayette square Sixteen and e-half
THE PnEftS AXD THE XEVIfl.
It must be confessed (hat enterprise In the
gathering and publication of the latest news by
thejournateof the country Is to be commended.
But It not unfrequently happens, especially In
times like these, that what Is given to the public
as news Is no news at all and often the publica
tion of unfounded rumors hare no other effect
than to keep alive undue excitement In the com
munltr. which tends only to mischievous ends.
It has been declared about the hotels and pub-
He place of resort In the city that eight Senators
belonging to the dominant party will vote AgAlnst
Impeachment, and this statement has been tele
graphed to the Northern papers, and will doubt
leas, for a time, mislead many people. Now, we
do not say that this Is not so; but we do say that
whether there be eight Senators or eighteen Sena
tors who wlucast their Totes against the articles
of Impeachment After the testimony and argu
ments for and Against Impeachment shall hare
been fully presented before the high court of the
nation nobody knows, and we emphatically af
firm nobody can know anything about how n
single member of that body will rote. To be
sure, we can guess, we can conjecture, we can
speculate. We can talk of this and that Sena
tor's political antecedents, and Infer what we
please from such premises, but has any Senator
made public what his vote will be on this grave
question t We think not.
When the Senate of the United States shall
hare, In conformity with the Constitution, re
solved Itself Into the high tribunal, with the
Chief Justice presiding, which the Constitution
recogoltesl t to be, when called upon to sit lnjudg
ment upon the conduct of the Chief Magistrate of
this great nation, It then ceases to be a legislative
body It Is no longer a forum for politic a1 dis
cussion, but a gravctdlgnttled, and solemn court,
whose duty It Is to weigh testimony, to consider
constitutional, and legal arguments, and to
give Its decisions, not like a town meeting, or a
political caucus. The Court will have before It
the ten articles of the llouse, or grand Jury 1m
peachlnr Andrew Johnson, President of the
United States, nod after a patient hearing and In
vestigation of all the testimony, And All the Argu
ments bearing upon the question before them,
from both side, the final duty of the Court will
be to decide whether these articles are sustained,
and If sustained, whether the said Andrew John
son la guilty of the commission of high crimes
and misdemeanors within the meaning of the
law and the Constitution.
Far be It from us at this time to predict what
will le the verdict of this lUgh Court. Neither
do we Intend to give an opinion as to what ought
to be the decision of the court. We bold that
this question of impeachment Is now taken from
the arena of party politics, and It should not
therefore be determined In the Interests nor In
accordance with the wishes of mere partisans on
Pedratrlnulam Under Dimeultlee.
It was a fcirful time for alt who had to be
abroad last night A norm of sleet and rain
with fearfully slippery sidewalks ruled the
hours, and to add to the troubles which all pedes
trians had to contend against, was the shameful
and Inexcusable negteet of our national and
municipal rulers In leavlngthe city In a stale of
utter darkness We cannot find language to
characterise In fitting terms the nigardty and
tricked policy which dooms the denlsens of the
national capital to suffer these things, while vast
sums of money are squandered uponobjects, ami
for purposes that are comparatively of trilling
The Rule of Impeachment.
The discussion on adopting the rules forth
government of the Impeachment trial will be re
newed to-day in the Senate. Mr. Howard will
ask that the henate continue In session until all
the rules are Anally disposed of
The Conservative members of the Senate, It Is
understood, will make a determined opposition
to the 20th and 21st rules, which are asfoilowst
XX. All preliminary or Interlocutory ques
tions and all motions hall be argued by one per
son only on each side, and for not exceeding one
hour oneach s'lde, unless the court shall, by or
der, extend the time
XXI The fltfil argument on the merits may be
made br two persons on each aide, and the arm-
ment shall be opened and closed on the part of
ine noma at its present a uvea
IIor E Foclsoy, Arizonat Geo II. Head, V
IS X t Hon A Caldwell, Kansas, and Hon. J A
Smith, 111 , are at the Metropolitan,
Hos T, L William and Hon, I. Donnelly
are at the National
IUv I)r OODLttf, of Hlchmond, Va tls at the
United States Hotel.
JCDOK D It Manncuicn, rf Md , Is at the
beaton House .
ItOBEitT Watao Wjsoh, U h A, and den
Kit Uaraon are at the Washington llouse
Q.J.Ttdkckch, U S A.andf Y Henti, of
Oa , are at the Owen House
Atfiinr Pi kb Is at the KlrK wood
Thr following Is a list of Americans registered
at T W Tucker h Co 's, 3 and ft Hue bcrlbe,
Paris, up to February 12, 1SW New York Mr
Louis C SifTebury, Mr James A Ilaln, Mr and
Mrs Airred llooth, Mr aod Mrs W H Packer,
Mr W R. Bellamy, Mr J H Prentice, and Mr.
C. Colgate) Charleston, H C The Misses
Adger and the Misses Smythej Worcester Mr,
and Mrs II H Hill; Syracuse, K Y.-Mr J.H
liunton and Mr. L. S I)eonlson Philadelphia
ilr S ( Hsll) Cleveland, Ohio Mr O H Hall
and Mr O II Howej New Haven, Ct Mr aoJ
Mis. Townsendt Frankfort Mr, and Mrs. W W
ftOATon Morton held a reception on Satur
day afternoon at his rooms, National Hotel,
The reception was attended by Senators, Repre
sentative, the Judiciary, officers of the army and
navy, and other prominent gentlemen, with their
ladles, forming a most brilliant assemblage of
Intellect and fasulou These receptions are very
popular, and are Invariably attended by the most
distinguished personages la our midst The re
ception of last Saturday excelled an others In
the number of visitors, rank, eminence and
beauty, and the sociality prevailing hb great
ana the enjoyment universal
Tun IvrxuHxiHT Makaoees. It Is under
stood that the following named gentlemen have
been agreed upon as'th managers, on the part
of the House of Representative, to conduct the
Impeachment trial before the henate: Messrs
Meveni, Illngham, Iloutwell, Butler, Logan,
Williams "of Pa , and Wilson, of Iowa
licit or IMPIACBMKMT-The rules which
are to govern the Impeachment proceedings In the
Henate were under discussion In that body on
Saturday. Twelve of these rules, after consld
able debate, were adopted. The rules, as re.
ported toth Senate by the committee, consist
W abi authorized to Announce that the
President will hold a levee till evening from I
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC HEWS
UY TUB ASSOCIATED PflEtfl
HEWS FROM EUROPE.
EARTHQUAKE IN MAINE.
THE 80VTHEBX COKVElf TI0N8
FIRE AT FORTRESS MONROE,
FROM EUROPE BT CABLE.
DcBLtif, March 1. W. Johnston, Qrand Secre
tary of the Orangemen's Association, was tried
last week on charge q feeding an Illegal pro
eeesloa In County Down. He was found guilty
and sentenced to Imprisonment end One.
Faxis, March 1. A contract ha been closed
between the Telegraph Company and the Society
Cable Trans-Atlantic of France.
FLonixcitMrchl A delegation of the work
lngmen of Oenoa waited upon Admiral FarrAgut
last week, and presented an address In which
they say they desire to do him honor as the rep
resentative of a country which sympathise with
the view of the Illustrious patriot Mailnnl.
D is lit, March 1. In hi speech closing the
Prussian Diet, on Friday last, the King expressed
himself entirely satisfied with the legislation of
the past session, and assured them that noeause
was now left for the disturbance of the peace of
Oerm&ny and Europe.
Arrest of a Murderer.
WoncLiTER, Mass, March 1 Oh as T. James,
one of the murderers of Jos Clarke, of this city,
on Friday evening, was captured at Providence
and Drought here yesterday. A watch and dia
mond pin, the property of Clarke, was found In
his possession. He says this affair was planned
by his accomplice, the notorious James, before
coming to this city. The plan was to murder and
rob Clarke and then to destroy all evidence by
burning the building.
It was well known that Clarke usually carried
large amount of money with him, and wore
valuable diamonds. Clarke had a previous ac
quaintance with James, and paid his bills during
the few days they were waiting here to murder
him. Friday evening was the first time he found
Clarke alone. The deed was done with a small
broad ax James attracted Clarke's attention
while Charles slipped behind And struck the
mortal blow. Clarke's mistress entered the room
soon after the murderers left, and gave the
Fire at Fortress Monroe.
Fobtaxs Monroe, March 1 A fire here this
morning destroyed two large frame buildings on
the wharf. It originated In the office of the
Baltimore Steam Packet Company. Mr. R.
Swan, the agent, was badly burned. The saloon
In the same building was entirely destroyed.
The Jeweller saved part of his stock. The loss
la estimated atlft,000, with A8.000 Insurance In
the London Olobe, and $2,000 In Washington
of the garrison hurried out with the engine and
prevented the spread of the flames and great
loss or public property. The buildings were
consumed in less than one hour. No public prop
erty was dest royetl
The Cnarleston Convention.
Chakliitok, March 1. The convention yes
terday was occupied in discussing the Judicial
portion of the constitution. Ten or twelve sec
tions were adopted. Judges are to be elected by
the Legislature, and the attorney general by the
Earthquake In Maine.
AracsTA, Me, March 1 This city was visited
by a slight earthquake, last evening, which lasted
I BtarxCT to a statement which flnt an.
pea red In the New York Herald, announcing how
certain Senators would vote on the Impeachment
Question, remarks that before the lurv hn hn
sworn or the eourt instituted for the trial of
Anurrw jonnion. inn Washington correspon
dent or the New York Herald pretends to have
ascertained precisely how the different members
of the high tribunal will tote on the question of
Impeachment, and this fabricated Intelligence Is
transmitted by telegraph to the eastern papers as
a piece or veritable news The sending or such
ridiculous trash to the press of New England Is
an Imposition on the part of Its agents In New
lui.uiiiiMui ins itinrii rrprcncnaion. II 11
Is continued, the marnetle means of MmmnniM.
tlon between the great cities of the country will
have really earned the designation, not unfre-
(jucaiiy appucu, 01 ocing me tciwie-grapn.
A MEXTlaa WAS held At tltinnmr Tnatltnt nn
Friday evening to protest against the action or
Congress In Its attempts to remove the President
from office. Mr. James Oallatln presided, and
ucrcuTi wno wbuc uj lur, j, w. ucraru. iiiavor
iuui.ui xiuu. j.uci k, inijir, hod. jsines
Brooks, Mr. Chauncey Shaffer, Hon Mr Mur-
pnj, nu Mr.jimti u jucwiejian itesoiutlons
were adopted denounclnr the Action of (nrr.u
An outside meeting was held In the square near
tnv luiumm wmvii peccHei were inaue oy
Messrs F. J. Tucker, Chauncey bhaffer. and
Luke F, Coians
The Montgomery (Ohio) County Convention
met the other day to choose delegates to the
btate Convention, which will appoint delegates
u ia uutcHRo nation! vonvcanon it ex
Dressed Its n reference for Hon. Hob't (J flchoneir
as the eandldate for Vice President on the ticket
wnn ufn.unni. a writer in me UAVionfiihin)
Journal, in approving this nomination, remarks
inn-inomtroiour leiiow-ciiixens. me lion
B F. Wade has been highly recommended," and
expresses the opinion that one of these dis
tinguished public men will be the nominee at
The Macon Journal says they are "listening
for the Up of the drum and the first shot that
wmiruoi an armea collision between hostile
forces at Washington
The New "iork 7imti replies to this as fol
lows t "We beg our Southern friends to be care
ful about keeping their ears on the stretch too
much llstenlnr for these thlnes Thev will find
them inconveniently long U they are not care
ful. There Is nothing that grows faster than
tart under such circumstances The South will
do well to quit "listening" and go to work "
The Boston Trantcrlpt says that In the event
that the President be not Impeached, the etrug-
fie between him and Congress will become hotter
hao ever before, convulsing the country from
one end to the othert and such exclttmcnts
might prevail as would turn enterprise and capi
tal Into anything but peaceful channels
Mr. Belmont informs the editor of the New
York Ttmti that the conversation said to have
taken place between himself and the President
at the White House during the dinner, which
the former gave to the members of the Demo
cratic National Committee, Is not true. Noth
ing of the kind occurred
Tue Springfield ( Illinois) RrgitUr (Democratic)
says "Let the man elected by the Republicans
as their President fight out his quarrel with his
War clerk In his own way" It charges Air
Johnson with complicity with the Republicans
In getting up the present muss
The Cincinnati Enquirer declrres that the
Wisconsin Democratic delegates to the National
Convention, although unlnstructed, are all
strong Pendleton men
OkOBOE 11 Pikdletos ss) s that he can carry
Ohio by 20,000 majority next fall, and that he is
the only Democrat who can aae the btate
Oex Stbidwa Is reported to have proposed
three cheers for Oen Urant at a publlo celebra
tion In New Orleans recently.
Tan Iowa henate has by a vote of U to 10
adopted a resolution in fjvor or Impeaching the
The Buffalo Courier, Democratic, says t "Im
peaehment Is within the law, and must be sub
The Kentucky Legislature will adjourn tot
day, to meet again on theSth of January, 1880,
It in raid that CassIus M. Clay will stump
Kentucky for Urant.
Oa thszothof tsbruary, Liwis Tnoius, in thsOQlb
Ttir of hi ata
HI frlanda tad these of the family are respectfully
Uvttd to atund hla fonsral at So'rleck, p m , om
Moodar. Mirth f, from bti late re tide set, corstr O
treat tooth and Tenth street wet
x QoTernorTifiMASlI rose, of Ohio,
Ills funeral will lake plica iram Whitney's Bote),
apiul Hlll.ea Monday, MftKhf, alio clock, p. m
It is blaaMs l g wbea so rsadr to die
vb iu tmu ui iiuiuiir, iouo, alt) JUOOCS, P m (
HssMAjr L Cuarii.Bifd ii rears, 9 uonibi. aad
Irdars Ills dliese ws pratracud sad paiBfel, bot
dud happr and i rlun.pl. sin u lbs fall amaraace ef
FISH! FISH!! FISH!!!
rr Qzpnai's bihk cod jibd,
sv.A.'ir s"sr! r-.ru -.
FAMILY ROK UK
SALT tSitll), ,
Jotlrceeirtd, and fur sal by
C F PEXRIB
ft-etlf Star Corner Moil, aad I sirstts
A tl IUV A LA AT TUB HOTELS
NATIONAL HOTEL II. S. Bekaox.
H O Foster, Philadelphia! W AThosapson, Vai
Titus, Phlladelphlai John Ttomteon and wife,
N Ot Hon Caleb Rossford. Atlxooai V I Lyman,
Mdi J J Knlurrri IodiTho. E MeUormock,
o( n a wui.i,Ttui i w u.rt, n oi p p
urvuioru, urrroDi u m Bon.1.1.... T.I. II J
A WMtm..,B I J I.Nli.1, TijVnlVirl,
V. Oto W.Hunt, Wli Oh K P.oB.14 ..J
Umllr, Conn j If D Cook. T.nnt John Gilbert
on W Y E J LbT.tt, Mai N T L.wll III.
Ch.tlei S Moor., Indi A. J il.r.h, N Y J
Weltn, Mil.! b IT.lt M.nn.k, Olotinn.tli
Uh.tlt. M.th.wioni K A MeUlut., N.br.ik.i
If . L.wrcnee, S.macl N Qood.ll, Vcrmonti
11 R Wllll.Dnwotth, N Yl O W Olnkwln. .
W S.nJ.n, Mi j o jfol.n, W..I l Hon
T V, Willi. mi, HJ John t, P.tkir, N Y John
I. Qllb.tl.on, HJiJAI Euihh.lt, U. O U
Ilr.nn.ir, N Ot John lllwklnl, J LCmp,Ul
J 11 Korbti, Mdi Hon J Donnellr ..a wl,Mlnn
Aujr Rodnri, W.iMmlon, I)0L N Wllion, IU
II McX.tllc, O.h Jo.cph Tutaf.w, InOi J.m.
MlnROPOLtTAN IIOTEI Pott. JtSntLLlr.
U.pt Alii H.r, A II IX Wilt, l'r.nk H.lph, R
V.n Volkenbnri, J 11 1 ounr. Mr. J II Mrnr.th,
II A lUrttf, u II Ulatk, F R.jnoIJi, TlnothT
Hltrtat, N. n Yorki Ho. E Poul.on, Ml.. O D
Qrlfflth, PhlUdelnbl.i R M G.lb, s.n r.nelieot
Urorr. II Rt.d, U 8 Nl HP Clinton. R H 1Mb
rell, IIKnmond, V. Col P T Atxll, Atehl.on,
K.ni H M P.tlon, Loal.r III., Kyi MrMontl.th,
luir.loi XJ IMtch.lor, Pord.nd, M. J.mti 11
Porter id wir., N.br II A P.tt.r.on .nd wife,
M.rlon, N Oill It Dun., Abl.idon, . Oeori.
T Cummlm, Boatoni Hon A H.a.her, N Ot A
Kinney, A Bronddu., R A M.to, V.i Ilenrr
Hothorn, Md Hon A C.ld.ll, Le.T.nworth,
Knot O V HendrlflkMn, W.ihlngtoB, 11 Ot II W
Cl.rk, Ill Hon J A rJmttb, UhicffOl K O Lent,
mon, Toledo) John lUrklni, J I, O.mp, Rone,
SEATOX Il(HJSE-Jo II SiKx.i.
DOOompton,Md SK OIlTer.U.ltlmore, Md,
T P Stronr, t'.nni J Ooodrlen, Conni T W
Al.x.nder. ll.ltliaore, Mdi O 11 Wrbater. ..d
brother, H( Louli.Moi PR Vclteh, Md Sbclbr
Cl.rk, Mdi U P Iluttf rworth, llrookljn, N Yl
R Creemb.ne, W ew Y'ork eltyi L J Tr.er, M.na.
eld. Ohloi Ilr S Delt .nd .on. M.rrt.odi U If
Oruldlnf, Ohio) Judr. I) R M.rruder. Mdt Col
A Sp.l.i, Mdi O W Iludd, Md E K Rui.ell,
New Orle.n. I,.i T M Ererett, Mdt O Ilron
hleo', Ohloi i, Efoo, Phll.delphU, P.nni W P
White, Phlldelphl,reni II W H.ndren, N.
Yorki A J. Olo.abrenner, renn.Tlr.nl.i N B
ll.wki, Ohloi Petes Lnwfon, North C.rolla..
UNITED STATES HOTLL-M. II. Bui,
II WlllUma, A I Ul.kl.r ul M Ph.l.n, N Yl
II P Welch, PhlUd.lphl.i M julllni.. Mr. W.r.
ner .nd Aire Xllburn. Pci. I, A Be.rd.ler,
I rederlek.burgi II Ul.hop, i Rer ltr Coburo,
Illehmond, V.i J II IJr.wdr, Peani J U Ue.n,
Chlccot II Tbonpeoa .nd J Lewber. li Yl O E
Mitchell. Lowell, Muit II Plpr, Rlehraond, V.I
OeoWKr.lt end daughter .nd Thon.a s.un
dera, PhllndelpbLi J.tne. Morton, low.i Wm
WASHINOTON HOl'SE-A. V. Hari.lDo..
R Q Corwlo, Mr. rt Parker, Connerarllle,
OhloiRobt Waiaon Webb, US A Mr Potta, N
YiOen Kit Caraon, New Mexlcoi 8 J.Tr.c.r.
MaaiOelJ, Ohloi A Wllejr, Wm WhlitTer, John
R R.wkln, Kanaaai 11 E ilartlet. low.) John A
Auitln, h par, John J Heaokl, Chlearo, III.
OWEN HOUSE S. W. Owm.
F Emorr, J J, Palmer, If Yl T A Dole, H.111.
morei J E Newcomb, MdJ A Murphr. J.mea
Rlteher, N Yl E Erana, Iloatonj Oeo K Putnam,
it r veiier, niEA Harden, Moj II J Klor.
TenniOJTrdeckor, u si J WHenli.Oaia
ManAn VIM1 t...i. V. ' '
riXATICIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Jay Cooke A Co. furnish the following quota
tlons of Oorernment securities.
.. ... Buying Still nr
II. S. e'a Coupons, 1381 lioi-i noi
u.n.rira iweniies, iiWKi iw llOM
U. S. Ive TorentlcB. 1BA1..
U.S Ute Twenties, licft .
U. S. live Twenties. Jan it.J. t& loflti iml
U. M.Ten tortles X joij
u.n. neven iniriies, June ..Iosk
U. . Seren Thirties, July 101??
RtW ronic viujit nniBn tiir..
Coupons, 11014, 6-20 . 1SC3, 110 t-20's. 18M,
107U t-2o a, 1IU,108 c-20'l, Jan. and J
lKJii lM0a, lM'i
tl lWI. IWll IdU'B.
i, 3d aerlea, leoj I
l.rlea, loflj gold, ltl..
'.t imi kki .- unuu uuii jj cents
Sugar quiet and flrmi Cuba IVA&WA, eetttst
Porto Rico nWWVi eenta Flour Tnactlre and
drooplngi Southern UOla 7. Wheat dull.
No i, i.40; No. L M. Corn dull-l 201 23i
white Ainei.20. Oats dull at S2U cents It ye
quiet and firm at $1 M. Pork quiet and steady t
23 502iO. PetAleum 12 cento for crude, and
i2oeeots for refined. OoldlllK.
Ualtimork, Ieb. 29 There waa very little
Inquiry (or flour this morning, and no sales were
reported on 'Change. Prices are steady for all
Wheat Receipt this morning were only 9,000
bushels, Rnd sales comprise l.ooo bushels fair to
prime Pennsylvania at 2i620Q cents, WO bushels
choice Virginia at 29& cents, and 1M bushels
choice whitett 300 cents.
Corn The offerings to-day were about 10,000
bushels, but the demand was not active, and
salee were leportedof only 1,000 bushels common
white at infill! eenU,l,oo0 bushels Ulr to prime
An .1limi1 ut. MA t rvm ....... ll
uu i iiiijl.ll hiiib, a.vw IW,UVU VU.IICIIClia
at ll&OUT cents, up town, and 2,000 buihela to
at 118 eenta, at the Point.
van borne i,eoo busneis were otTered, nad w
note sales of 1,000 bushels, all at 80 eenta.
Aye ery little at market and no sale.
Lotion . Market la firmer this morning , and we
hat e reported a aale of 421 bales low Mfidllr g at
21 cents, which la an advance.
Protitiom The market contlnueevery strong,
but there Is hut little stock offering, and we hear
of no sales of moment to-day. Bulk Meats we
quote at U eentg (at shoulders, 12 cents for rib
bides, 13cftta (or clear rid do, and Bacon st
12U cents Tot. b bo aiders, H cents for rid Sides,
and W4 cents (or clear rib do.
erdi We net a sale of 125 bushels Pennsyl.
vanla Clover at U per bushel We quote West
ern as before at MWt9 per bushel for good to
paorosALs yor fouaob
., .j br. Lopis.llo, February 29, 1MB $
EMled propoaala will be received at this office natll
lo clock, p m , MOWDAY, srchl,180t,for thede
llTerr at (bl Depot of
1,7(4 buahels Corn
w,ui oaaneia uaia
J1 Irtn.lllH ktf
Bid to be mads la duplicate, abject to the u.otl
"","'" " " Mwut.uinwB on application
Bidders are Invited to be prewntat the opealagof
Rr order or Brevet Major General J L DonaUou,
Chief U oarttr ma iter Military Uivlalon of the Uu'
ah It Bf I Lt Col and Depot Q it.
pUOP08AL8 FOH IRESII BEEF
Orrica Cnisp Commisiakt SrasteTtircB,
,, UlcRK0X.a .ebraarr28ll (
Biialrd proposale. In duplicate, will be received at
the office of Hrevet Coloael O, Bell, G, 8 , U 8 A .
tOOnnw, WaLlDgtoB, U C ,oa MONDAY, March
11 1V, at li, m , fjtall the L
reaalred at Alexandria a .for all months from April
1. 1W, oraueh leu tltneaalhe CinimUaarr Ueaeral
of bubaUtence mar direct The lloef to be delivered
there vu the order of the Actln Cmorotaary or ttub
iateoce at that place) of a cod mud marketable quat
Ity.ln eioal propriloBaor fore aad hind quartan,
(Bcckf, afiaDka, aad kidney tallow to be excluded
The natksef the cattle alauthtered to be cut off at the
fourth vertebral Joint, aod the breatt trimmed down
The ahaoka of foreq Barters to be cut from three to four
Inches above the knee Joint, aad of bladquarlera
froiqaix to eight laches above the gambrel vl hock
, Blddraaro requeittoJ to bepreaent to reappnd to their
bid, aod be prepared la give bond 4 fur the falnlineBt
of their contract
Prupoaalamual betadorted dlatlnetly, ' Proposals
rorFreih Ilf, at Alexandria, a "
The uuderslKued reaorvot the right Id reject aay bids
for good caoae
CundlltoBB. raanlremnnti. Mimiaia 1. .. ..
Br command of Bfl UaJ Oca J M ficbofleld.
n.h:i3t Bit Meat C,ol aad Chief 0. 8
A.. O. PLANT,
WINES, TEAS, PINE OROCEBEES.
Importod XuacurlOH. Ao,
Corner et Haw York Arena, ud Fifteenth
pnorosAL9 ron COAL.
Omaha, Ksi , Feb 21. 1A )
bealedbida, la duplicate, with euaraatoea, signed
kv twtt riaDiuiihla Miriani. nut LTdilerii. and aeenm-
panledby a depoallof 1,0U), will be received at this
ofOce until M o clock, boon, oa FltlDAY. March
sixth, (ttth . ) lK"t for the delivery of Five Ifuudred
(SOU) tons of
atFertD A Ruuell, DakoU, at the rate of live bun
dred (Juu) tona per iBOBth
Full condltlous of the contract isads known on ap
SUcatlonat this offlee, or at the 0 die of the Depot
narterraaiter, Fort P A Kuiacll,
By order of Brevet Major General Augnr,
Brevet Brigadier Ueaeral,
fc2Hit Chief UuartsrmaBur
MILK, WINE. GRAHAM.
BUalON. OYttU.lt, 80DA.
UUUAK, AHU WBibU ,
Kept coBstantly in store, and ror sal bv
UVS 3tlf IHtarl Corner Ninth and 1 atrec'ta
Lat of WlLLARD'l, Proprietor of IIAMMACK'l
HOTEL Not juo and 3173. Penpsylvaala avenue,
asar Uth street Oeatlsmea desiring meals will do
well to call Liquors naeaceptloaable. and el gars or
the llaeai brand Laush daily from 11 Ui3
Ml la ,
KS!fOBi OF TEMPERANCE
I?? , t AlfD TEMFERAKC1 MEN
..--" w-.vi y,',,,r ."."' " "
"Bwimue. swa enitersoi otBer 1 emperaaei erraa
WAVGII CIlAPKLr-lA4le Fe.tr
l.,w Alfp FESTIVAL, eocameBClar MOMDAT
EVENING, March U. at the Chercb, coraer ef Third
aad Bortl. A street-. Capitol HI1L, A magalleeal
deat Ufaeelty of WaabUgtoa recelvlaff the largest
aaiAbeeo veieei alio, a beantlfal ravel to theTeaa-
uewavwiit ue preeeaiea m tae atiaitur reat
t ' rs uaueareceiTiBg toe eame iTi-a
ap a.baifalreete Flrst-slaaaBoardlag house, with
alt the cwutferta ef a hotel. Aeeonmodatloas or 1(1)
J AMU. M) Itquers sold. Traaaleut boardsrs, 2a
ar. R scalar noathly beardsrsatredaeed rates.
Talus or each buirx.iiis.
MOHVntT DUES ON EACH 8IIAVE, 1 .
.Mf-tlBg-IICO.tD THDRSDAT ef each taoath t
pUobb for slock received aad eep.es of the
enttltatloa cratBltoualy foralihed by aay eae ef the
vibcvi-b or aireciora
FrI4ekJ01IN T. GIVEN, (nsrvey, Clark 4
OlTf.LTeiBlaiBtreel, Mween DaudXstreeU
VImPit.1iI..iii!u(i. Drill r... .... nm..
Tr-a-.ry Depart mat
Treaaurer-JOUN B.ELVAW8.(J.B,Ilvaase. C ,)
309 reBuarlvanla avenue
"cmery-u ALrHKu mli, ODltlata street.
TnOMAB KOKFLEEV.BUeeel k Neraeet,) 99
ALBKRTMJ IT ALL, Collector of Taxes. City nail.
-loMl ITH. L. BBAMDALL, Collector a Offlee,
J. - WAUOII, Traai.rfr'a Oflea, Treai.rr D.
DAVID II LAMB, War Drnrli...!
! JKPO 11. l II.1..I. iln.k
J0IIX W. Bli&l, is.lh.ut cor.ar Kl.lh asl K
vrnoLUAL and Detail
... , UQUom,wiii"iHDCiOAm.
V-$.i,25el?Jj.PA"i froialt. 13 .'.lock p in
2pWM. M. BAHIXY,
St. tH O ETEIET.
Between 8Illh .ad S.rentL tlreeti,
CILtlS.FLATID, WniTI UETAL. R08IW00D.
MAIIOOAST. BtlCrWALSnT, Ac.
a-SJT- I MOILIT.
VS' 0!,u"a "d L.lldr... Ha. tw I.. Ill .IreeL
.-.. .. mi miiw J .74 II
SS tAlllll.n.l Vala... W..J .- -W.lf I-A
kl..k .(..... -wenWAIWIH'lr''U BA.U
218 F street, h tween Fourteen.
m- U IIIIII I N H atT
ROUX'S RE8TAUBANT. e
d Fifteenth streeU.
dlalBC reom for Ladles aad Gentlemen, fart leu la r
" arai " par.iea anon nonce
BrT5TrJpe,Ul Hotlee-Draulr dk. Co.'i Ha
srlvanla Aveaub, VTaahlBgtoa. D C.-Hevinf re
ceived a new and complete eel of lastrumente for the
prdaetlen of lie new CABINET CARD PHOTO
URAl'H. we are aewprepared to make thstnopolar
card ta the beat atyl ef (he art. at freatlr reduced
prleea fid lm JAMES F. OIBSUN.
O. P. CUMMINS,
W7 SEVENTH BTBEET.
AN EXTENSIVE BOOT AND SHOE HO USE,
VCbere the public mar always And WHAT TIIEY
WAMT. aad Ttb BEST MANDFACTCRE.
ncoati aoor NBia oi av aireei ana noruern narcet
T5TTO HAnttT on. VnT TnMa'nnTt
P&, WHY OTrReriona reflections for Young
Men, la Eaxaya of the Howard AaaoelatlOB, ou the
brI(aon.Beeof Nature a Laws. In the Aratag of
fcaa. Bent iBBBBW-lettereaTelopM, free of charge
Addreaa, Dr. J HKILL1N HUUGIItJn, Howard It.
aoclatlOB, yhlUdelpbla, Ta Ja3U Sin
KjST' A CAJID.-JOHHKY RKKSB takes
fft pleasure lu bbboubcIbi to hie friend aad the
pablle t aaeraJly. thai be haa aaanined the proprletor
eexL door 9 Snreeon Uejteral a Offlee, late Ford'
Th jatre.) where he will be pleaaed to see b.a frleads,
ad 'prepared to dlapcaalo them lb good thtagser
t Ala life, of which he base good stock ofue beat,
fe 17 lm
Sf-KOTICB TO TAX-PATERS OF
la7 . WASHINGTON CITY.
Th Board et Aaaesaors AstIbi completed the aaanal
By order of the Prssldeat
feU eotd flee'y of tae Board of AaeeaBofs
e-OllEAT FAL.L8 ICKCOMPAWY.
. .- .. PiaatFAlT,lS68
This company respectfully announce! Ibat ther have
completed taelr arraacencatafor supplytag the com
munltr with lee -
Br team machinery ef the most approved plan,
erected at oath of our ponds, we have stored about
twentv thousand toaaof as pur lee as can be found
anywhere W hav alao mad arrangements to far
nlaa Boalon and Kennebec lee to tnoae w ho may deal re
te be supplied therewith Not havlag bees prepared
to f nraUh the pablle with a full and conttsnt sapplr of
Ice laat year, we aold all we then harvested to Hsssre,
fowler. Mlddleton k Oodej, (th Georgetown and
Washington Ice Compsur,) at their ofer, at t3 73 per
!i ii. i t at.117 a. mrir epoM, uu
per ton. often representing It as Boatoh fei.thaB w blch
It Waa Id bo an lafarlnr W 1lrl nnl ni !! ili.U
attempts to underrate th Great Falls fee as worlhr of
Compoaed of ear ewa cljjieui, this company Lava
determined to carry oa the A1CE BUBINE8&" In surb,
a manner ai to protect the eommonlty from MuNOP
OLY Bad IMPOSITION. Wmplordarlag tbowla.
ter aeaaon rrotnthrea ta rnurhniiilrAit ruilrlui mivhai..
lea and laborers, aad expend la aad secure to tbji
putrlct thouaaads of dollars which would etherwi
d Htm aoreaa
We iniriniu lha trlct! enfBtillan ivilk amp !
fractal and aatlalled with a reasonable return fur the
capital w hav Invested In this enterprise, w will
upplr Icela this market for the entire yearises sttbe
Ice st lb depot at th Island poad $lp4r1on.
Leia tliBBOtteloa ... A "
, FEKUIAGE FREE TO UBALtUa
Ice at the Washington depot 5
Less tkaa one ton , o
A liberal dlscouut to dealers
Boston and Kennebee Ice not t exceed elxdolL.ra
Prton JA8 L BARBOUR.
Jon. F CAtlAjr, Secretary. w-Weat.
orriesa or ta conrAr.
JOHN VAN RISW1CI
u DAnourn, rresiaeai
F I'lLIlBO, Treasurer
ciias n. cnuncii. r nowAKD.-M b .
II HEHliKH. JOIIK WTBOTiUK.
flgl'lhllBflt ' '
t-3Tc. K. inrsvKi.i. A. CO..
V& Mo 3BEYEKTII 8TKEm,'llETWE!( I
A ipl.ndld .iiortment el BOOTS AKD SHOES for
Lall..DdU.ntl.m.Bt UI.M1. Toulh. aad Chkldr.o
cuBii.Dil od h.od. at low prie..
Ho m UVE.1TII 8TKEST, OITOB1TE THE FA.
j31 t TEHT Uft'lCE.
TO KAHM BUS AND PJ-AHTEIlS
rchaaers, f,0U0 TONS (IF DOUBLE? JtEFlNED
I Miiiia.rev.ai, i.uu fv.rvi'ar A'uuui.f;
lilt LITE, of tbLodlManufacturto
I'uuiiltLTTE, of lhl.odlllaBnracturlogXumpanT,
maae from the alfht aoll. bloud, otfal aad dead anl
mala of New YorE city, for which the company have
ei-clDilve contract Prle oaly TWENTY'nVK
10LLAHS PER TON. freight aad charges from New
York added Warranted br th ewmpaoy to be equal
wifnt for weigh to any blgh prle superphosphate
Ip market The results on Com, Cotton, Tobacco and
Grain hav been astonishing tbe past aeaaoa It ma
turea the crop froiaUn dare to two week earlier and
douLUa the crop Pamphlet with certificates of bun
drods of well known planters and farmers, and every
Infurnuilou, seat free to any on applying by letter
or otherwise to THOS. nAYWEMl b&N,
130 UeElderr'sWharr, Ilalllmnrei
HOOK k WKUDERbUUN,
Alexandria, Va t
Or to lb Lodi M to uf acta ring Conpaay ,
liZ-Ui Mw YorV
JIlaTFOnUIIIID-Frlil 10 Cut.,
Kllr M.dleal Farapnlal, e.llllad
ATBEATHI 05 HEALTH,
E HE F CUUTIS, II. D., F. I C. B , Ac
Author of "Cartli e. Food.' "Kipoi. of Qnicki Bad
Qn.ck.rr." MU..o7 I
of U.bllft,." A. , A
Tnl. iBialoaba; werl
IB. Hioreicea. to i;rlalo Lu
Irdbatadia IViai na.. ..J ....
of premature decline shows now to 11 v and wbat to
livafort how wealth la lest aad bow regained t gives
a clear raopa)s of youthful ladlscrelloas aad abuses,
and the remedy therefor.
.Deac-orepampniet can neouiaiuea on application
iaMia. r VMBBBBM PI Ml M 1 'eiOK, 1UI1
AFTBSHoOlTaCtbijlatl f Meirepoi.Ua DIvUUb.Ib
Ualen Leaewellalt. Hlatk street west, bctwees) D aad
I streets norfti, aal neeM theaee (a renUa ts at
Jead tae ruaen. ef Pre tTm. Verd KenriM will be
.1.0 b. MBinlud ftt hi. rMld..c, 1 UBP .IrMt. b.
tween Tw.ati.th aad Tweatr-flrili!r..ti, Waiblaf.
los, D c, from la. boore ol 10 .. la to i p m . ..d
Rout tot p. B. kit an
Tor Salt or Bent.
n y lk A bo.
n.T. HbuiU.aoTI ejd FAWi'e'f'iiirr deierlp-
,' Ai Uelt
I fa. I...II.1. aa.ir.m.B A fTkllJM. ! HO
LIT'.. Ma S T.Blh atrMt. tinar. .la.ha far alt.
TJOOXS FOR BI.IT.-aOOD AXD FLXAIAXT
XX ROOMS aiar b. .btalaad al raaeoaabl. ratal, kt
N. 37 TblrtMBth atra.!, betWM. I .tr.l 111 Xiw
York .t.id. I..1 If
AOEXTS WASTED-HOW BXADT FOR CAM
VA8DIBI 'THE UISTORT OF TUX WAR BiTWEES TnX
8TATE3 " III C.aiee Ch.raeler.CoBdBel, a.d
rti.lulbr Ho. AliXAtDia II.STBraijiB.
RnA far rir.at.ra.wltb (arm. ..J . fnll daarltitlan
Of th. work Addrra. HATIOMAL FUUL181IIHO
A'-TED-IN EVERT C017NTT IN THE UNI-
iu.iAiu,Auuuu max., to sen py sarapio
SQUARE, TLUMB. LEVEL AND BEVEL.
Th greateet lareatloaof th age, and en that every
Mechanic, Work maa aad Fanner la th land will bar.
Bend address, with name, Btate, coualr aad post ofllce,
plainly wiilte,aad we will seed circulars aad terns.
HiSPAH.uaiiiian m ,j , riHiDxrr, i a
rAWTID-l33 TEACnERJ, STUDENTS, OR
II nlkar Iatalllsaat Hea aad Warn Dailnaaa
pars fine to Ho per moatb.aeeordlag to ability Ad
dress ZEOLBK.Mi.CURbi' A CO , 611 Arch street.
WANTS D-TO MAKE AN ARRANGEMENT WITH
A LIVE MAN la every eouaty who wishes to
make money and eaa elv good references. No capi
tal raaalratf. Will aall aknalaoaa nawla l.rVD
per month, aad relr oa proSlt for my pay. Address
j v, iiiiiff riutnirf, m
QUE DO L L A RJO If B DOLLAR!
A GREAT WOHDER-A Silk, Thibet, or Alpaca
press, Wool Bbtwl, Carpet, 00 yards Sbeetlag, Fam
fly Bible, Sets Lad lea' Fare, Sewlaf Machine. Flee
Wool Cloth for OeaU SalU, ., OWE DOLLAR
EACH, Agents wanted. Circulars seat free.
Aaoreas o wAitain m uu , noatoB.aiass
WANTED-GEf TLEMEN AND LADIES TO CALL
at MOXLEY'S, Teeth street, and aee hla
peauttrui rAncx ukebsks aaa uumnuu ror
Ladles, Osntlemen aad CbUdrsn. Opera cloaks for
ANTED-A GOOD CHANCE TO CHANOE
roar Itorsea aad Carriage for Paled Right
isiruorri biso, rsrnuiii m parmini ror m verr
asaful patent Just offend for al Salereou No
W ANTED-A RARE CHANCK.-AN ENERQETIO
HAN. with a email capital aad the possessor of
a norae ana wagon, wm aad an opponaB.tr ir a aaie
laveetmeal br calling oa O, C LEE, No 487 Sixth
street, where u matter will be fallr iplalaed.
t ulu uuiiu Aiiu miiVBH.or bbt eiuer arneie
of valse.at the old-establlsbed Merchant Pawnbroker
Store of R FULTON A Co ,ftll Math street, 3 door
north of Pennsylvania avenue de tf
OARD1NO MU8 JANE TAYLOR ha liw for
rent, with first clatt Board, several large and de
slrabl Frost Rooma, at til Third atreet, between
PeBBirleanU Aeeane awet C at fn2rMf
Fainti and Oils.
I M 0 V I D .
lfatrlaaT ninvhaaait the atArk and ivtnraa la tba
store of C 8 WHITTLESEY, 028 SeeeBth street, I
take pleasure In announcing to mr friend aad the
public generally that 1 hav removed my stock of
PAINTS, OILS, LAMPS, GLASS, ETC ,
from No. 3PS D street, be I wee a Sixth aad Savsatk, te
628 SEVENTH STRfET,
Bet we a Louisiana avean and D street,
WLere I shall keep constantly on baud a fall assort
PAINTS, OILS. LEADS, COLORS. VARNISHES,
BRUSHES, GLASS. LAMPS, ETC.
ALSO, ARTISTS' MATERIALS OF EVERT DE
SCRIPTION. And every tbl( pertaining to th buslaess.
1 remain your obedient servant,
GEO RTNEAL, Ja .
nOAIULT DR. LEON,
J 400 EleTeath street, abovKtret
In treating ACUTE or CHRONIC bKIN, ORGANIC
aad RERV0US.DI6EASE8 bedtfltt competition.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS he gnarsnleee if jure
LADIES suffering from IRREGULARITIES, from
whatever cause, are offered a quick and thorough re
lief. FEES MODERATE.
4eft-tf CONBITLTATIONB FREE.
PRIVATE MEDICAL CONSULTATION AT OLD"
DR DARBY'S. Seveatb street. opposite Odd
Fellows' Hall. Separat rooma for palteau atll tf
JOSEPH U. 81IAFFIELD,
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S REFECTORY,
SM P innarlranla arsnus, bet wssa Twelfth and Thir
MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOUEi OF THE DAT
. 1ND EVENING, FROM 7 A. M. TO 11 P. M.
Gene, Oysters, Ac , always on band Parties.
Wot'idlags aad Reception supplied with Chicken and
Lob ster Salad, Chickens, Croquette. Oysters in all
styl.es. Fin and Fancy Cakes, lee Creams, Jellies,
ifii triott Russe, A , China, Glass, Silver. Welters,
e i Table Ornaments art. llelallr executed Ordera
ta the city and from th country solicited) and
pr omptly attended to.
f. 8 1 have no eoaneetloa or Interest la any
tr Confectionery Establishment In this city, or
J?! lm JO II SnAFFIELD
F. W. URANDEKDURO.
ibllsbed mrulf la maun fact a tine the best
Ingrain, List and Commoa or Coatumer Carpets
Dealeie In carpets and housekeepers will Sod It to
their advantage tocall 1 promise to make th best
quallti and charge tbe lowest price. 11 out keepers,
by brlu glng their list or rags to me. can have them
wov Into carpets at a reasonable price and at short
m t uuan v ah uv nu
No 17 Peeu-tylf aula arena.
KoTenteenth and Klghieenth sit
QEOK-OB W1LLNIR, "
PAPBRIUHGER AND UPHOLSTERER,
IMPOargB AKD PIALIE 1
FRENCH UND AMEBI74W PAPKRnANGINOfi
454 Ninth atreet west, between D U E l4u,
'" wiiiniiTn,, n r.
-FIRST WARD TKIMJIIMOgTOKE. Ill
P..B. ar.BB.. b.t mh BBd XMh atrMta 114-
HOOF BKHIT.. OCOVE9 AMD HOSlEnr
TRIMMIM08 OF ALL fcllrtlS, """'"'
, UEIJTLEMEM'jl ORAViTS. COLLARt. AO
To. publl. will lad II la tb.lr lauri.t ti .VK All
I00J..1. w.ir.nWtob. Mr.pr.MnuJ ' "
'"'" W M FEARHOrl
LiH' i"ii"Tl'f;L'w' LaUiaaa Areaae, a..r
cerB.rHtath.Bd II. trt (Star) fa st
LADIES' AND MEN'S SATCHELS
JAMES S TOPHAM A CO.,
Sealed proposals, la duplicate, will be received at
the office of the uaderslgund, at Cemetery Barracks,
Chattanooga, Tesn , until W, in , WEDNESDAY.
March I, lftw. for th deliver? this post of
, . , KESH AND CvUNED UEEF
dnrTBg th ensuing six months
Tb Ueef must be of a good marketable qualltr.
equal proportion of fore a bd bind quarter meat, (ueck.
thanks, aad klduey tallow to be excluded.) in ewh
Quantities as mar W from time to lime required for
Issue to the troops who are now or may hereafter b4
stationed at t hla post, and alsucb times as th Post
Cotnulssary shall direct.
The persoa to whom an award la mad must be pre
pared to execute bis contract aad give tb required
bonds at once
Each bid must be accompanied by a good and tnf.
flcleat guarantee from two or more persons, (whoa
loyally aad solvency ta car tl Bed to lira clerk of a
court of record, ) aettlag forth that th bidder will, in
case tb eoutractla awarded him, gtv ample bonds
and security for th faithful porfor iae.uoe of the aame
The nam aad plae or rstdtaef aoli surety must
, Tb contract awarded KBdr this ad vsrtlBement must
bemads sabjset to thapprovaiof la Major Central
Oemmaadlng tb beePAtttntnt.
Propotalt foe Ftu and Coraed Beef mutt be sepa
rate, aad addmaed to 'Brvl Brigadier Gneral M.
P. Haall, Cbl Commissary of BubsUUnee, Depart
ientuijrnerinet ivbatuaooga, Tsnaaee, P. g
Ht order of lravat BrlvadUrVlafiAp&l V V B
C. 0. S 1 Deptrtmtat of Camber land, "
rr i cirntNKER nrrici
Jv . Oswioav
xoaiiari nrtiniuii atiii na tti w
am the XKh of Mush, H5S, at boob, fee MaUac the
repair thaAnay beeoms Becessarr eoftitbo Called
State pttJiweto, S, Y,.p t Nerember.n,
..7.V.ii.Tr"'J' .."'-L":iai T'liTT -' '
i iBdterUl for HI repair MiArurmisae4
aloaof the BBdaralraed. eaa Wabti
it oa, persoa or by letter, to ikts Bee,
fs-td Lt.ColeflBtlnrs, Bv
- - Post CoMHissaar, 1
, ,w "NAMVtltl, Tamr.,Fb 30.11M8. I
Sealed Proposal t, which mutt be la duplicate, with
a copy of talt advertisement attached to each, will bo
Bi vd t this Se aatli Ue' clock, a , TUE3DAT,
arch 3, WW. ferwu ppfr lag
' FRESH 1Mb CORNED BEEF . ,
To IheTreopt. Qampe, and Hospitals supplied by tbe
Govsrameatal MaanvlllcaBd vielalty, and drawlac
eappTlet therefrom for els taoatha, consmouclag
the first day of April. tOS.
The Beef mast b of good marketable quality i th
Fresh Beef la equal pnportlOBsof for aad hind. quar
Ur. (necks, thanks, aad kidney tallow to be ea
eladed.) th Corned Beef sweet aad thoroughly eared,
aad to be furnished at such tlmse and places, aad Is
ca qvaatltle ad proportion a of froth aadeoraed
beef respective I r a th Pott Commander shall desig
nate Proposals must b aeeempaaled by tb names f
two auretlei.jB tb turn f u.ooo, for the faithful
Crformaac! th eoatract. If awarded, aad ahoald
aeat lo this oMc eadoraed oa th In t elope, Pro
poaal for Beef," and addressed to "Btt. Brl Ota
hP Small, Chief Com Sabtlttene, Department of
the Cambarlaad, Nashville, Ten settee "
kiisi rvawrrca iv rajact ibf bbb bii bibb oncrvo.
Coalract tobetnbject to the approval efho Major
leaeml eomtaandlng the Departrntat.
By order of Brig Oen M, P. Smatl, Chief Com.
J. t. CLIGHORN,
ft29 td First Lieut, and A. 0. I
CatTBD svavis EnetaisR Ornei, )
no ZWaOOTa. BIXT BTBBBT, ?
pRlLADBLraiA.PA , February Id, 18G8. I
Sealed Proposals, In dapllcate, with a copy of this
advcrtlMmeal attached to each, will b received at
this offlee until tbe 13th day of March, IKS, rr labor
necessary for pattlag upward ef S.000 toss of atone In
position et the pelewareBreekweler end Ice-breaker
Fourflfths of tbe stone to be Irregular blocka, e arb.
welghlag from two te Ire and a half tentt eneiftb
of less than two font All ttonee laid dry.
Bidder to furnish all the machtasry, boats, moor
ings. Ac , aad whatever may be reqalred for properly
receiving, rtnTin(i pumas siouus la piBtw
The work to be at all timet tubjoct to latpectloa by
Work to eotamsnreareal the 18th ef Var. and to be
completed by tbe Uk of October, IMS.
ciooere win aiai me rat or iator per ion or z,zi
pounds at whUhtbay will put Uplaeolb Btneade
iiTerou 10 tnara, or rem
water aad Ice-breaker.
ered to there, or removed by them, at th Break
Each proposal mutt be guaranteed by tworeipoml
ie persons, wues Bignaiares bdouib do appaaaea
ha vaaraair. and who shaalrl hm crllfld to as ImIbi
reodandauhcleat aejBrity br th Doited States dls
aJ. I.Jri. A.lAvmv .llav.l. aa alkaah.Llla aMaa.
iiiiijuu,,) .."..,.?-, (oiin.iur vivihti vuvuv vutin
Eavsiopt ie beeaderseo: "iropoaat lor inorioi
Bldawlltbd ntatiiiJ at 19 ta as Thnrsda. llaren
IS. 1ML BldderaarlavltedtobpreeaL For other
PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY.
Orrirt Dipot QoaarianASTiB, 1
JinfiasoayiLL, lap , Fb tl, IMS. 1 .
Ka1rl nvAiwvAlsla arlll ka rmnatwmA al ttl. nMM unlll
March 4, lftJB, foraapplylag aeoesaarr stationery at
this Depot aatll August 51, ItWM, eontlsttaref the fol
lowing articles, more or lee t
juu reams bettor rarer, raw
3D ' hbpbIaJ
Foolseap Paper t
100 " NotPaper
tW " " ' unrultJi
49 Abltract Paper i
M Folio-Post "
50 Blotting '
X '. Envelope
10 dot, tot. Carmine t v
10 doe qts Copying Ink I
M ' liamlltoa's Paper Fatteaarst
100 Oillolt'a Steel Peasi
SO FabT'eLeadPall -. i
Sdoi Robber r.nlertt
4dos " Erasers
Sdos. Paper Folders i
40 Iba. healing Wax
1D gross offlee Tap i i
100 Rubber llandt i
2,000 Q a III ti
4 dot. (eoO page) Letter Copy-book tj
4 ' Brutbest
40 Index Books . .
000 Blank Books-nnlrea: 100, Si 100, 31Q0, iilOO.
4010-qulre Record Bookst
40 Eadorsemeat Book a i
40 . Letters.Reeelvedi
ThabtatloBcrr 1 to be delivered from time to tuae
as required by iba offlesr ia cbarg , .
All bidders are required to furnish samples of lb
goods with tftelr bids, , ..
Bids must bo mads ia duplicate, with a copy of tela
advertisement attached to each, aad eaea. bid mutt be
accompanied br la luaraate of two reaponilbl
partita that, la eaa tbe contract la awardVd to th
bidder, good aod aaScient bond will be glvsa for th
faithful perform sate of the eoatract. ,,
Bide wlllbe endorsed "Proposals for Stationery,"
and addressed to the undent gned
J he right is reserved lo reject aay or all bids.
y order ot the QaartenaasUr General
U. C. RANSOM.
fe 4t BvL Lt Col. aai DepotO. M.
DOCTOR VON KOBE'S
NIST0U8 PROPUTLACTIC EXTRACT.
This new remedy is not a Patent Medicine as all
quack medicines ar called t but an Extract possess'
tag ofidobttd virtues for all NERVOUS DISEASES,
and particularly for tbos of tbe Csrsbro spinal syt
tsm It ha barn fairly tried with Invariabl good
success for many years la nervous maladies, and par
ticularly la Ihoa canted by Immodsrst ot of Wines
aad Liquors, In cases of overtasked brain and Hys
terical complaints, for whlcU this remedy has been
extensively used, aad from wMch lt obtain Hi Its rep
utation. E. P. AISTRflP A CO., Agists,
Room No W, Intelligencer Building,
reB0 iw WathlngtoJ, D. C.
or CQfcBMIIA, WASllSOToa COC TV,
inti.. we of Asburr Lloyd and J. Wesley Bottler,
aforesaid I ! ""T-Vi.faraaald.aDDolntedSAT-
," JVi.'.V.t. U haad. ai far a. lb tame
K,.,l!lKSf'!..7,l'Vl41,",W " dUliLaalh.
tjt.l i " muu "sbm iB numbered ti.
22. ..V' 'S!Jfao' '"' 'ofdTB.itBdir
-d,;.--u -..d IjXZUvVZiiTt. s wz
."" ". Jl U'jr OI JUOe lDUa a l Qraaa Haad
i. lor an impro aiutnt In Clover . niratloa of
arvaatara. tnr .. -.... r.An ikas. r 1 rL-
;dp.t.a,;wu;,r'Uk..'piM...ii.e-rd. '"' "
tlan.J.. ...... i. .111.- 1.. Uu d e."1.'
Faleal UO kloKPAY.tkelikdar I h lo p-
il !. 1 .' . I aad all petwa. ar. a ?,. Id p..
f'"Jj' ie c.o... II ... Ik.r haee, wF " '
" ' Jld hurl..-. naalM lU.aaBa aam
S' daae. witk la. r ea of Ike .alee, wklea
" rai.Bia ob appiicia-
.tlo. . 1...1
wwi MWteJHHMSLHS:,.- WoV.
lb day of bearlngi the argmaU,
" "".: ,V-5- -iihiufe
1 wo arauiBSB, . -
days aner filial ti
.jib pnisiwii semiM ai eq BBBcn per i.uuu irs
b, m of thelAbervlsertwuBdof thvlraa aad spike,
aad per cable yard -l tBM, whlek blf b used lu
uakUc said emir, na; anal TfraUtbeepeBies
for tool, naehlaery, scow. A , U teaiiagup and
removing old work, aad U eompletloa ef th repair
1b a maaaer aattafacterr to U eagtaeer la aharg
m Bids must bo la dapltcaU, and ffaaraateed upon
forms which, with all Ue laformatloa la tbe posses.
DtmHO. BL -. -T- . . . " T. I
r..f!T!iS?. Vi wlta thelrelBlm.ne).ertr rooehed.
!?.k..-.V?ii ..:. I" r Ue. be eaefidei from all
h..ii!ri?iJi5 JI. Yd". ..tat. pr.le.d eopr ef
itS till!, iii! hif V 1 ee a weA ler lhr iraeki I.
!hiiflt!f a. CA.pr.Tlope I. tbe ..Id d.jr,
IB.lfATio.AfcSarp.L. " 'ji. it O'BklKNE.
. ' iNtininti
T)EPARTMKNT OF TH1 V;;,Va7t Ofpioi.
J WT1D 8T ox, February A), lik
i,-ifKilV' T"" Au VlIadmM.'decMsed,
trator of the estate of Thomas S ih, t.lon of i
or LTODI. AUlahlran. nnala. C. .
...y""". ul aot 10 b. araBi.a ... .. bi.
l.'E'.'i' iepi-l"Ilkee.t.B.loa.r.rea fed " -th
! -S' aUa3ae.la.lr.WMII.aj. "Pf'v''"r kta."
la wtr 1,- .tw.t lu.lvl.rlbeler.tfc.d 7 '."i i.
i'.n.r::f... . nnUUhad In
RgRSotf Ttra AS7 muz nassKa?
p.C , aad la the Trtbun. Cbleaf. IU.,eewM
forthreisucceBaivewaekBt Uaral "
iVaYJrbeatUastaUtydays vnilJ faffi
' ttiJ?l 1 a atiB m Cflmmlssioatr ef Pateaii.
n if rf rattan.,, ,
OstTSB Uvats Pat irr Orrice.
ttKepetltljm of Waup Batovi of New TerkNT
praying for the extension of a patent treated to
the lib day of Xay, liUa. for aa mproymBt la
bine for eattlng Olailers1 PoUu, Tor adreu year
rrM th sipl ration of said patent, which laaes piaee
athe Wkdarsef May, l$i ' )
tIllrdrIUhejrldDtiUea befcearn! t tb
Patent Offlee on MONDAYVth XTlh day ef April.
bc xt. at IS e'elock, in. i and all persoa are noil led
I appear aad sUw , tf aarthty bare, why
aid petition ought actio W truated
PcnoflSoppeslRf the eaunslea are required to lie
leaf, mutt bo tied In tbe tte f tee ttrv days before
it day of bearlngi the arguments. If aay, wltaia itn
days alter lilac tb leellmony.
Ordered, also, that this aotle be published la the
Jttpubtican & the nfilffffCticeT, WashtBgtoa, D.
WABBttfOToa, Feb, e,lftt .
rt Flak, of LoaUvlll. Ken
Oatho petitioner Albert
tohltn tbvthday of Mav, IsM, for aa TmprevemeBt
! Urldges.foraeTSu rears frra lb exslratlea of said
patent, which take place oa IbeBth day of May, IMS:
UUoHeradthat the aaldpetlUon be heard at the
at the said hearing, must be taken aad tranemllled la
accord ante with the rule of tb See, which will be
farntahed en kpptleatloa.
Depositions and other paper, relied upon as testU M
meay, must be tied la theefflcefuiiUi days before lb
say oi Bvunugi um aiiiiiaiiH, u "J, wmii sets
Ordered, also, that this nntle be published la the
RipuWican- and the InUtttgenctr, Waahlngtoa, 1.
.. ana in in -iiwrnm, leooiiiiiiPi & jr.
Bcu a week for three successive weeks i the Srsi
b to do at toast amy oays previo
flSw9w Aetlag Commissi
DEPARTMENT OF TUB INTERIOR.
Cxivan Statbb Patsst Orrica,
WASiiRQTOir, Febraarr 1. IWL
Oa theiMrtlttAniirMaBLOBLooMla.of W&aiklntan.n
C. $ praying for the extension of a petcnt gnnted to him
th sd day of Mar, l&H, for aa ImprovemeBi in
Plate for Artificial Teeth, for seven year from the
xplratlonef said patent, which taken place on the
It ia ordered'that the Bald petition bslisard at th
Patent Office on Monday, Jta el 3th dar of April nest.
allS o'clock to i aad all persons are aotlBed to appear
aad show cause. If any they have, why aald petltloa
In the Patent Office their objections, epeelally set forth
arlll ha Cnrnl.hril rin ntilliallAn
DfrtMaltloBa and otlwr unrn. railed u dob aa testl
moaf, must be Bledlntbe offlee twtnt dar before
ineuaroi nann ineargumeau, it any, whdibhb
daye after filing the teatlmoay '
Ordered, also, that tblajiollce be published In the
RsrvLicABandlhefifcni7encer,washlatrtoo,b C, ,
a ,b a sixut vain ,Mt tr vajrciiOBa,,
iutib ) wiiiio. iKax intiui alii ior iBar
of heartart ail tetUmoarSled by obher party, te be
sedai th said bearlag. matt be lake aad tram
mlttedlu accordance with the rule f th ace,wblth
wUt b faraUhed on applleatlon- i Ml
llatAasltlana and othsr naner. rella.1
aext, at IS o'clock, sa aad alt perseaa ar ao tiled to
appear anueuow cause, ii any inoy bbuo, wmj ai
peittloa ought not to be grunted.
PerBOuaoppoalBfftbxteBsloa are reqalred lo lie
la the Palest OBce their ohjerilena, speelallr set forth
la wrttine. al least Ivfntv dare before lb dar of
11 tAiallmaBV flled faveUheir tttirt. In It mA
Subt I cations to be at least sixty day pravlous lo UaBsBB.
arof bearing. m JL fa STOUT. . H
T-VEPARTMaUi'T OF THE INTERIOR,
- UMiiH eiaiii riiui vrnii.
vi aaHixuvOaf, reproary s, ima
OnlheTietHIoaof PntLABDialtBAW.of Boiton.Mass..
praying for the extension of a patent granted to blm
th Sd day of May. ISM, and reissued tbe 17th day of
Jaly.lMO, for aa Improvement lu Air Englses.for
jDif, inn, ivr b mil rwi in ait ataBien, ir
seven years from the expiration of aald patent, which
taaea piace warn aa usj oi star x
It la ordsitsl that the aald tMtltloi
Patent Offlne si UUNlJwY. ShaUthdav ttt A tor II btI.
at II o'clock, m t aud all personam- notified to appear
aaa snow cauac, u any ibcj nave, way aiu pennon
ought not to be granted.
Persons opposing the extension ar required to Al In
the Patent Offlee their objoctloaa, speelallr set forth la
writing, at least twenty daya before lb day of hear
la i KlItAMtlmanv fllad by either sartr. to aenaad at
lb aald bearing, must be takea and trmuamUted ta ac
cordance with tb rule ef tb ce, which will be fnr-
aisnoa en appiicauoo.
Depositions and otker .seaer. railed poa aa Uitl
mooy. must be Aled In th one I wfy day before the
day of beaxlag i th arguBMBU, If aay, wlAbln tarn day
aft ) tka LaatlmanaF.
uraerea, aiao, iaai tnia noiiee no jraniisnoa in ine
jr.aT. .-.- rcTaM: -.-- . ... . ...
.irVBLlflAB BBS 1UO MlflffCWCCTj lVBaBlUglOB, U.
&r Utree aaocoaal v weeks ( th first of said publieatloas
be at least alxty days previous te tbe day" of hearing
aaa is UMDiwun imi.psiivii siatva. db b wsh
atuii vonnBiaawae.- wi rairaia.
DEPARTMENT OFTnE INTERIOR,
UllTKD riT AT SB PATISV OrflCI,
WAsiiaevoB, rv, i, ivn,
Poub , praying for tbe extension of a patent granted d
to blm the Sddarof Mar. IBM. for a Improvemeat "
la Trunk Lock llasps. foraeyen rears from the ex
piration of satd patent, which takes place on the Id
It la ordi-rod that tbe said petition be beard at th
ratent OOlee u MONDAY, tbe 13th day of April
nex.i, ai n o eiocif , ni ana an persons are nouaea to
appear aqawJiiaWtause, If any they bare, why said
petition ufBfA not to be granted
Persona oppoaiag the extension are required to Sis
1b Ibe .Pallet Offlee their objections, specially set
forth in writ I ac, at leatl merrily daya before the dar
oi hearing all feslluony filed br either party, lo be
tl.trt.ial I IA!. a.l nlh.i lianata. nallaal HrWia iaall.
moay, must be filed in tLe office twenty dar before
th day of hearing! the arguments. If any, within ten
daya after Alloc tbe testimony. ,
Ordered, also, that thlanotlc be pnbltsbed In tbeJ
KtpubHatn aad tb Intelligencer. Washington, D.
C , and In the Herald, Philadelphia, Pen a once
a week for three successive weeks t th first ot satd
Subllcatloua to boat least sixty day previous lo lb
ay of hearing. A H. STOUT,
10f 9i ACiiBg isorauiBBioaer vi ra.vBva
TN TnE rtUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF
Almlra C. Allen, ....
vb lift! Equity DovketS.
JobnS Allen. .',,,..
Th anhn-aria la.nn.1 (a AtAi-irMil tna dafaudaat'a an
Carasre having been returned by tbe Marshal. "Wot
be found t" and the eomflalnaat having lied an
addavit that tbe defendant Is a sea-resident of this
VletriCI. jb no.ioaoiiof eompiaiBB( nj najr t"r
court that tbs defends at cause htaappearaae I
oay oi January, a v io, (.
to be etred herela, on or before tbe firat Rule day o'
currlnx tartr days after this dar, otherwise
w 111 be proceeded with a la eaa of default.
B bib atma nil o- m
otherwise lb cause
B. J. MEfOS, Clark.
ia pUrSUBBC) HI (aw, I, AlilMO eFWaaaaUa, !' I
dent of the United Utatca of America, do hereby de- I
clare and make known that publlo aale will be held I
at tn uuaer ineniiquou lanauuce iuiowh oi ah
.. .1 ih. tBi.,l. liinln.rijif daiilvaalaal. In. wit I
lit As to the Publlo Lauds at th Land Office at
HflMIluLDT, K A NBAS, oommenolBg on FR1DAT,
the Jlret day ef Ma next, for the disposal of the
lands sltoated within tbe folio wlag designated town-
Snips BUB pari! wi iuiuiii'a iimi wiitnu luaiiiun.
of the onstlou uudar tbejfref article of the aforesaid
tfouf I VA fra iin4 adel tfth4 ttxth principal
r rational towntblDB 2d. 27. 28. Z). SO. 31. S3. S3. S
And SO, of rang 17.
Fractional township SO, townships 37, 28, 2030, 31,
32, SJandiH, and fractional towntblptW of range 18.
Fractional township , townships 37, SS. 2, SO, 31,
'fractional' township , township 27, St, 230, 31,' I
37. w. a, aaa irnciiouai iwwnsuiiiiu, vi nie at.
tractlonal towaabtps W, Xh , , . 31, U 33, 34,
id Forth sal of the following described i rutt
lands at the same place, eommenclBgoa SATURDAY,
fA.MM.Z.1 oSliiv ntxf, for the disposal of cortain
trust land, altuated wltltln tbe following towntblp
and part of townships tying within th Hulls of th.
cession la trust, undertheeeeoiitiartUleof tbe aore
mentlotiW treaty. ' ....... . ,
tionth fifth bait tin and eorf of the txl principal
Fractional tow nshipa So, 27, S3. , of nakel .
tractioual township JU. township 87, J& and J9, and
fractional township 30, of rang 8. ... .
Fractional township il. townships 27,59 and 29, and
fractional to wn.blp 30, of rang 3,
raclloaal lowntblp jW. townships 27, SSand SO, and
Fractional towa.blp , towasblps 27,3,20, and
fractional towaablpAJ, of rangefi
Fractloaal township L townsblps 27, 38, 30, and
fractloaaltowusnTp.SU, of range 0. t
Frsctlonal towusbip SB, townships p, V, 29, and
fractional township 3U, of range 7
Fractional township 2J, townships 27, 28, 20, and
Fractional township JtU townships 27, 28, 50 and
IractloBai townampaj, ill jane;
Fractloaal towusbip 30, towirthlp 87, 23,29,
Fractional township 20, township 87, 28, 2ft, and
fraotioaaitowasmpW, orrangoll -,
Fractional township 26, towntMpa 27, 28, 3D and
fractional township SO, of range 11 ,
Fractional township jd, towifwhlps Tt 28,29, and
Fractional township 20, lownshlpa 27, 33, 20, a&J
fractional towusbip,.), of rang H
Fractional township 26, townsblps 37, 23, 29, and
fractional townsblpSJ, of range JJ.
Fractional lowasblp :, lownkips 27, 29, 20, and
frsitlonal township 3t), of rang? 18
The following deslgnatejj townships btjiug touth of
Ibe base lino ana teen oi iuosixib principal tueriaiaai
Tbe offering of the lands above referred to will be I
unmmaiirdiJ at ILa diut resDectlveltr aa above lndlB
sated, and will proceed In tbe order in whicb ther are I
aaverutea suui mi sunn idiii uave uvea uni.u
aad lb aala thnffclosedi but the sals tball not be kenl I
open lunger than two woeka for either the public laads
or trust lands, and no private entry of asy ef lbs leads
will be admitted until after tb expiration of th two I
Wteat, nor win inscis Deonsrea wuMansr " nu-drawn-
before th dsy of sal by th Department on ac-
. ui VI iiiiiviii i m i"i fii". u, .. . B
S m- ..j.. Mhinil .1 tlia i.i at wasalnctonl
iKt- lWBiiein aay oi tianuary, v v.ta.. v.
JOS 8 "lh'rV..,..,,i..fi...,.lI.a.JDmtt
twentieth dar of January, Abbo JDomiol onl
urn. ...... -j
... tr... U. refilltleae f Ik. Departroeat, .
. N.T? ..A. vir.a!ill.ir.B.p.TmealfBb.mad.
L.retot.r. aad 'SVn.iuo'.a .Tc.pl ui.Btk pal.
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