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VOL. 8---NO. 100. WASHINGTON, D. 0., WEDNESDAY. MARCH 25. 18G8. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN Auction Sales. T YJ . D . WllBBLER & CO., I AUCtFoNLBRS, No. 81 Loalalana avenae, between Sixth and Seventh Street, oppoaite Seatoij, Home UlANCERT BALE OP yALUABI.BTSAL ESTATE IN THE SEVENTH WAKD Uy virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, In chancery altllni ,pied tn lliO rnuwor lUs-lreva Miller et al .(No l.l Equity Doc Mend beadnc ilato March 18, 1BC8, I shall offer for sal at public auctloa In front of tho premlsea oo TIIUKSDAY, Whday of April ot. commnclnat6 o clock, p. ta.. lota U.K. O, II. I, K, and h, to Lal lan' subdivision of orlsfnal lota Ho. 7,4e.,f square No 6U2efl-0 fround planof the Lily of Washington with the improvements Tbla properly la aluatod on tho corner of 81 xllt alreet weal ad M streets south, to a thrlvlnc section ( lb Ward Tha corner lota la Improved by a anall Iramelloaae rcrmaof Bale: Oae tblrd ciahi Ota resldne la two equal Instalmonta of 6 aad 12 month, tha purchaser giving hi note for tha deferred pay man ta, aatlafac torlly laddra-d, and bearing Interest from the day of alt AU eonveyanclnx and atampa at tha coat of Ibo purchaser Title deed to be retained until tha whole uf tho pnrcbaaola paid A8UUKY LLOYD, irasiea J. D. WHEELER & GO . raliW-ootd Auctioneers QOVBRNMBNT AUCTION SALE UirirtD Statib Ehoixiir Or net, t New Obi rax, March 10, 1JS f .Notice la hereby given that lha following named arilcItfaofUKIDUlTKAlNdandEQUIl'AUKwIllbe Mold at public auction In Iota to ba designated by tl e officer of tho array designated tosuperloieud tho aalo, a, the tnglneer'a depot, llrownavllle, Texaa, tho aalo to commence on the .tAtblnatant, and to continue from day today till completed ., . M Pontoon Boats. 30 Pontoon Wacona, II Chess Wagons, 1 Unck Wagon, t "fool Wagou. 7 Forage Wagons, 1 Anebore, liW Ualka. l6Ches i'leaka, U Hoal Hooka, 113 Oara.S Abutment 81lla,107tlarLocka, M Hack Stick, 14 Rack Collar, S Pin Wmp, Balk Lashing. IMBalk ank Hack Lashing, .table, Aai, .1 Angara and Handle. 3 Ad jo and Handle, 17 lliMf, 7 Drawing Halve, S Spirit Lvcls, i Mai lei, 3 Tap No, Handle. 4CaalKlng Iron, 1 I run Hiuro. 2 Hand Saw. 4 Cruaa Lnt Sawa, 1 Tol ( heal, 1 Urtnd Stone. 2fA Long handlo Shovola, 7 I oug iiandlMSpadea.dHaapaiSlllngeaand Hook,? Broad Ak.M pound Patty. M7 pound Manilla Rope. 1 col I .Manilla Hope Terma Cah at aale In legal Unite 1 State currency. By order of Brevet Brig (Jen M I MeAlepUr, Alajor of Engineer M It. BROWN, Bible Ot Flrat Lieut Corp of Lnglneer O TEAM BOAT AND DAROE AT AUCTION. WAanimiTtiir, D C . March 18 i Will ba Mold at public auction, at Sixth alreit wharf, on MONDAY, March Sounder the eupirvMuu r Hrevet Colonel Au P. Bnnt, A q M i TbePropc;llerbteaIntug'AHIELt,, of about tMou riglter and 17 Uch cylinder) Tho Erie Barge "D Mr!ujlN."oril3ton rrgl-lrr. Tlteo boat aro lu good orderand eoudlll m, nad aro auld only because luey aro not required furUuv ermneutnao. Thofuralturoaude iulpagoon board trill bo hM wllbeaeh boat. Term eah. In floverntnent fund By order ol iho QuarlrrnianHT (Jener it 4 i. MCI BUIiAil G O VKRNMENT BALE. HO 0 UOTIRffMKKT HTHEKT. MaMILM. ALA , March 10, 1& Will be aoM at public anctlon, at UaTcrni 0tVe,.n St. Emanuel, between Oovemment CudtTaFrooU. and at Sturehnnae. corner Otfveruinetit and Commerce street, on WEDNhJiDAY, tint J(li dnyof March, 1SU3, at 10 a tn 12 Mnlea, Iron 6 loam ripe, 7 Hones, Harneao, Ambulance!, lronSaTea, Wagon, 613 lbs Manilla Rope, 7 lu AIo, ft lot of condemned Quartermaster' More, Clothing and Equipage. Properly can uo seen prior to aalo ferina-H3aah, In Government fund, on day ofsnlo By order of Brevet Brig 0n K Saxlin, Ibter (luartermaater Tblrd Militarr District LlIARLEil A RSYNOLPS. mhlT-tJ Hvt Lieut Col, and A Q M. pUDLIO BALE OP F18U STANDS Tho Flab Stand In the dHTereot taarketi will ba i sold to the blgbet bidder for cash, on the following dys: CENTRE MARKET TUESDAY, March 31, at lOo'clock, a m NUH1HEHN MARKET MONDAY, March 30, at 10 o dock, a. m. EASTERN MAUKET WEDNESDAY. April 1. at IQo rlock, a tn. WESTERN MARKET. WEDNESDAY, April 1. atltfo clock, a tn Persona now holding Bland In tho different mar ket can retain them by paying the appraisement mire for aneh Stand previous to the day of a Ho nihil Iff, -W KO HARD WATT Aril, Mayoi Hotels and BestamanU. rpHK KIKKWOOD HOUSE I I NOW TIKCNO THOKOUOHLY HENOVATFD, Msttreifandfnrnlturoliiiprovel generally .and will U rady la a few days to take a few mouthl J; ;ard or at reduced price II 1 KIMJ, pERHAHDT'S RESTAURANT, No M TENTH STREET, BETWEEN D AND t Tbo Bar I stocked with Iho ' CHOICEST WINES AND LKiUORS, and MEA1R will bo served lu the BEST an I iiui BUBsrANriALityle Coil, spurkllng LAULK and SbUAHS of the Uncut brand lllfrluda an 1 tho public are Invited to favor him lib a tall "jJ,J,i riMIOUAS a;REEN, Late of WILLAKD S, Proprh tur tf IIAMMCK'S HUTEL No 2J0 and AK. Pennsylvania avenue, near lth atreet (JentWmou desiring meal will do well to call Llqu ir uuexceptiouahl , aud cigar ol Hi nnet brand Lunch dally from 11 to fail lm W ILLARBB' HOTEL. bVKES, CllAUWlCK It CO , raorniBTORi. CO!(I!Ul'Ill AVE AMDroUUIBENrHhTIlFET. WiSlllHOTON CITY. I27 If 1,1 II II I T T II O O 8 , ' Oi C. WILL AUD, 1-KOFUIkTOU, COll.NKU OF FOUIITELST1I AND F kTI.UETS, WxSIIOTOS CITY ria . TirETKOI-OLITAN HOTEL, (rO.MZKlT BUuWX'fl IIOTFI.) 1'OItS U SllkLLEY . . rmTW"uiiY'n' pi1' iy 1 JKITM UTATtS 1IOTEW- U. II DEAN, l'HOl'UILTOK, l'enniir1r&iilt .Tenuf, Ih Iwwn 1 lilrj mi I I'oiir mi 1 a IUII ilrwiu, WH,lilulltu, I O Ilo.rd-1 COrer Jm lul'W BETWEEN B1XT1I AND ShVENTII SnUtTH, wianiauTON, u o JOHN II SEUUL3, Turn miTou T1U irouno Uontlrulr now, ankuntly funiUlioJ. uJ uppllotl wtlli wuter Mud n ihruunliul It ! iuu UluaiaiMirbULUUrtl.ua UIUIuif 1 toiiu ltmiuiauu iliu uraluud auLuuJ llnura ri.M.rviiil txdu .l.alrfoilrau.WiillIi.-.u , alvalr for iua4 If irifin. ,1 m irn n m Gas Fixtures. (J. ALrilED HALL It U , 1'LUJIUEItS, 0A8. AND &1EASI UTTERS, lie NINTH STItliET, MAR 1'ENNSYLVAMA AVtNUE. (Flrat eataulLlmd In liW ) ii.MI ir THOMAS THOMPSON, Plumber and Gas-Fitter, &c, 007 I'h. Aye., Ircl. !!, anil otli HI.. GAS FIXTURES -WE II E. IN ADDITION TO our regular business of Plmubluif and Ua Ittlng, ottanod ana fitted np a largo bhow-Room at Ho, 4!U, Niulh atreet, between D and E stnwts, adjoluiug Uutoti lla.ll, where may bo found the largvst aud mustiow plot assortment of CHANDELIERS, BRACKETS, PORTABLES, Ac ,Ac, d tbe city, at prlcea to autt all oivi'nn a i w ii ,n. lyMtf wtwoon D aud E atrovt. Chemists. UHE COD LIVER OIL AT SO CENTS PER PINT, puro Virgin Olive Oil al 83 centa per plut Superior Cologne at tl OOporpiut. California Wino. ie , Ac V""WAr HUiAIH1 1'IIAIt.HACV, Corner lit York avenue and Fourtoentb at root tnliO It FioD LIVER OILS-DBJONOH'BLiaHTUROWN J Fougera'a loilnlied Wllbor'a with Phosphate or Lime n.r.j.ij.": ,.,, Oorner Mew York avenna aud Fourleontb sUoi t Hh-Wf Furniihibg Goods. FINE WHITE AD FMY MADE TO MEASURE AT THE SHORTEST NUTICE And warranto! a perfect fit. at REDUCED PRICES WALL. ROBINSON & CO , :. Pennsylvania avenue. U & tf between Ninth and Tenth slreoii m FIRST WARD TRIMMINO 8TORB. 11.1 Pennsylvania avenue, IIt betwoon N I aete. nth and Iweutlolb street. FANCY UOOU-, UK8EIH. HOOP HKJIHH. GLOVES AND HOSIERY, TRIMMINfH Or- AM. KINDS llh.NTI.lsllhVH CKAVATK, COLLAR?, Ac, TUpublte will ftnd It tJ their Interest to call. All goid are warranted to It a represented mh9 lu W II rEARSON Fawn Brokers. in:? PITY LOAN OFFICE. 1!)3 OHISELIN A CO , va TWELFTH STREET, BETWEEN E AND Y STREET8, Hun short niaar a from Pennsylvania avenue Personadeslrlngcanbeatleudod to al tho residence by ad Irenslug a above Pornwu aland lu their own light by not dealing with this Arm, a their bnalnosa I couducted on th Pe . aian Mrltj that 1, uo deposit aro forfeited eutlrcly j24 I j 531 'OUR PEOPLb'S Hl'lkND. OO'l I I' HOVER'S LOAN OFFICE, fill TwLlfth struet. between C and D, near Pmnayl vaula avmue Momy louued va lad lis' aud gontlo meu's Wiarlng Atparil, Gut J and bllver Watchi. Dlamondii, Jowctry, Plstule, Mochmlcal Touk, in. BualnesaciiudJeutlal Old Gold and bllver bought. Jal7 If V BOYFK 475 LICENSED UY AUTHORITY. 175 II IIIIItMtjTINC M IOAN OFFICE, 47i1hlrl'eiithetreet, Id door aouth Pennsylvania avtutif Moimy loaned m tlm to suit e Hi-turners n H al tate, Unldau I Silver Watih. Dljiiitinds, Ji welry. Sllvi r Plab1, Planus, Furniture, Miclumlcul lu Is, Ladies' aud U utUiutu a Wvarlug B BURNSTINF. 077 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, OTJ PRINCE'S NEWLY ESTABLISHED LOAN OFMCE. I tvt II aavnrn vritir fiawiirai. N. B. Prlvato entrance and office, ring tha ball bll. th4- y Steamboat Lines. 1 U It MOUNT V E R N u .C The awlfl, coumodleas and staunch Pasxengor ft amor ARROW, Caitaln Thomas fwJQs Miickpole, Com ma uder, will leave her JfiMjnBBBBW Wharf, lout r tveuth ulreet, Wavltlugtwu. D U, iQiuuiencluK Xtd March, at 10 tn , dally, (tfundaya ezcptod,?ur MOUNT VEUNO.N, Iho rombof Wash Ugtuu. simi)lna: at ALEXANDRIA, IUH1 FUUl, aud lORT WAMlINUlON Ruturufug, tho Steamer will arrive at Waolilngtou about i p m , giving ample time for paascngcr wbowlsh to loave tbo city tho sameevtiuiug to take the car for tho North, West, au t South . ..... tare to Minntveruon aud return, tuclujlng ad mUslon to the Manoloii and Ground. 41 0 liekelafurMileat all Iho prlucipal MuleU, and at Iho Stcaiuer'o Whirf JAJIE3 orrfB', Otu. ml O.-iilut. uJul, luh2Mm OUIce, Willard' Hotel TBV7 MERCHANTS' LINE OF STEAMERS E C KNIOIIT, JOHN U1BSON, Will rou rtguUrly during the wtuUr mouths between New lork. Aluiaudrla, Wasblugtou, and Georgo towo. as followa: Leave Now York, fruia Pier East River, at tao foot of Rosevelt street, every Sat arduy at 4 m ( Georgetown, fr m wharf foot ut Mluh blml.Tvery Tlmr.d iy, aud Alexaudrlaovery Friday, at U in For fnlght or Paage apilyattho ullttu ot tho compauy, corner I New York avvuuti udHeeui. eulh street, below Navy Department de.tl if J W HloMl'Hr, Pr-si lent Faints and Oils. it uovit II.awia.ar nil flat a 1 1 llial Hllilk B 111! .(I 111 Ni4 lli lh stao of C S WllirTLKSEY, AiS bevenlh .lr.Mt. 1 take pleasure In announcing to my friend aud the public geuerally that I have r. moved my stock of PAINTS, OILS, LAMPS. OLSS. ETC , from No J3SD street, between Sixth and bowntb, to AJSbEVENTH STP.BET, Detween Louisiana aveune and D atnet. Whore I shall keep constantly on baud a full aisoit meat of PAINTS, OILS. LEADS. COLORS. VARNISHES, BRUSHES, GLASS, LVMPS, ETC ALbO, ARTISTS' MATERIALS, OF E ERY HE- &CRUTION. And everything portalulnglo Iho bualneaa WasnixiiTOX, DC, Decomberll, lrU7 Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes. MCS Y. DAVIS. (VatTABUai.rU 1STD, ) MATTER AND FURRIER. bTRAW UOODH, AN Lb, till 111. 1.1 LAS, A''. No PENNrtYLVANn AVENUE, at-12 ly Uud rJI ir iwlitau lluul ll.lalal lilall ..lllllll.l III filH KlKflllU Ulrilt. unDalSlt lU tolllgciHOr Iliilldlng, a now aul well ulicled stock or HA lr, CAlb, ItuOlSaud SHOES Tor Guutkluen aud Boa, whlcii they utter at a small udvauce npou coit llaviugbiught for Lush lacy aro euabled to olfi r sui i rior ludiuuiieuta to puriiiasers, aud solicit only au opt rtuuity to coiiviuco tbo I unlie I hit they aio really selliug a dosirubloilas uf good at vory low figures A call s ill cited, aud comparison of price cbal Uuged with auy similar establishment In the clt. J, 1 PEt 1 Y aS tjO , BUSoveuthktreel.oppoaltelulelllgeucerBulldiug, Washlugtoo D 0, Oood stock of Canea and Umbrella constantly oa ban 1 Q' If Builders and Material SA:H, DOoltS, BLINDS. MOUI DINGS, IUMHL1I, aWBUU D1NU MA I't IUALS IN GERAL. WMOLESAlKANDUblAlL UullJors desirous uf sivlug moooy will Hud It lo tholr advautigo to glvo mo u uill aud exiuuinomy doStf JfJCst ,bvt UlhauiilJlhst wot r UMBER, LIME AND CEMENT I LU.OuO Wxt quality or While Plue Stoam Kllu Drlod Lumber WO.OiW Ilaugor I ath Jii.uwfiotwr Whlto Pino and Sprnco bcnntllng , , Also, r euco Pickets, lluiiiloik, Boards, Rails, JoUt. Ac , tie . lustrecolvod aud for salo al our wharf, fot da2 W Nlntb alrtet. lul E.uJV. Architects II B M O V A L Wat lisve litelv remnved unr nfllea to the e.irner uf Sevt-nthandt strctts, aud soliiit a toiitluuanco of the llUrul i airoimgoof our frleuds and tUo public In all bra tnlus of our profeixtou CLUbSA; KAMMERHUEBKR, mhSO-lm Architect and Engineers OTARKWEAfHER & PLOWMAN, ARCHITECTS u AXD fcU!IVE01lS, Offlc.-i'LaMa, UUILUIO, coruor w( fluw Ytlk .aunaauJ FlrtouulU alniva. ia Ir Booktmder. E-oUTSSIfc AKD l-ll-IB-IDLIB. No m INinoaylvaula avonne, between Tenth anJ Eleventh alroeli.aoulb aide Book etogantly or plainly bound Periodical an Newspaper carefully attended o. SHIRTS New AdTertlsements. II IIW THE QUACKS EXTORT FROM lilt I It VCIIUnil.lAll. I'l.lb.l IB QUACKERY EXPOSED See "Tbo Patlent'a Guide " Itlellsvun haw ta euro dlaoaaoa of the ffeneratlva organs lu both sexe. with slmplr. safe and reliable about to marry slmul I proettro a copy at once Ail oressu iy mukiu.i, u u iitrusuy xireci,iii.w York Mailed on receipt of t pomago Ftunpn D it V a o o u s NEW YORK SPRING IMPORTATION". d ANTE WAR TRICES We are now receiving and opening our Spring Im nrlatiAiia ml Aucilnu l'nrebaaes ol llltlTlKII and ill E.N Lit DRESS GOODS, which we shall be pleased to show to I uyer Wo will make It to the Internet of both Jobber and Retailer to examine them We are alsonponlugonr Importation of LINEYS, WHITE GOODS nnd HOSIERY, many article of which are aa low aa at any llnid prevlou to the War. DOMESTICS AND PRINTS Full Llnoa and Low Prlcoit LATHROl', LUDI.NOTON'A CO , Ml, 123, 1W Broadway, N Y tE DOLLAR S XL A PRESENT OF 11 VALUE, Of your own no lection, free of cost, f ir a ft. w days' aervleo In auy tiiwn orvlllagn Particular and a alft i nt tree, iy aoorossing, witn atauip, .i u twmw MAN a in , J Hanovir strei.1, Dostuu,Mss v MHITIIE WORKINO CLASS -Farhiers.Mechaulc, A. lailles, au I evcryirnoy i am now preiwrtu iw furnish u with coii-lant employment at your homes tbe wbulo of your liioo, ortu your spam moment Biisluos now, light aud iiroQtable Fifty cent to J per evening easily earned by pi rsou of either ex. anil imj unja .uu nnm unj ihui.ii inxu mia.. Induci nieut4 otTen-d those u bo will devoto their whole tini t to tho 1 iil u . and that every ierson . ho sees this imtlco may siud their address aul test the bni aaalaj f I, llini.l. I initrl til ft fill lalUT I n aT II liriiril IlileJ olfir. Ti all who aro not well sntlsflad with the bin) mss i will no VI to lay tor ino iruuuii ui irriuua Full imrtlcitl ir. illrictUnn, 4c .sent free Simple Mat by mallfur ldcents Addren L t, ALLEN, Anguila, Milne tlTRJ OItRSELF tF DEBILITY, bhXU VL IlH S EAIE--, Itt Mend your addn s on KUmrn Iru velipeandask fur circular of "Pathology ' Direct AMERK ANJtHWSMt ,l.lNa-an st., Mow)ork 'I'll E P. A DI C L, A MO.XT1ILY JIAU Zl.k, lidvail .1 l.i VreoThaiiDlit Prleo 1 a rear Semi in conn Drspecimeu uumner Aiions int, halpiau itoca uox ir:, uosiou, mh It ED JACKET AXE. (OLBURN'S l'TEXT-JULY0,l'7 TRIED AND NOT FOUND WANT1NO. WLCL1M IT WILL CUP TWLN1Y-FIVE (31) PER CENT MORE CORD WOOD PER DAY TIU NY tirilhlt AXEMDH Mt-KaBsroaT.pt I0,lt, MEHiKrt LirriX'oTT & To t . . , Hi-, I havo fully tried your latent Axo aud Dud that it all that you cl ilm fur It It will chop fusert tliauauy tith.r Axethut I vtr saw, au I leave the wood without sticking at all 1 would not chop thrio dayaultliout uuo f.r tho tost 1 uned uol say auy niore.r .r any in m that trie ouo will li '. WW t KLO CAUTION, Tho Axo an I Iho I iU I are both pa ten ted. In- friugrsoii tin so patent will I e proirutid accordiug tilaw Veudtrsor d.al.r-.aud iH-ron uslnit any lufrlnguiient, aro llablo nii Iho miktr of the lu- l,.r silu by alt Deal, r an 1 tho Manufacturers, LIPPINCOir A IMKLWELL, (&D l imiiiHSTil Liiiixiott & Cn ,) bOIE OWNERS OF THE PTENlrf, I'll t i.b urg, Pa 4KLAT PIbriUUllltlX Iji IIV TUB METROPOLITAN OUT (tMPANY. LER TILKET DRVWd A l'UIZtt fiCanbGlfl oCakhGin " . litashGirt Alt ash Gifts 1 VCashGlfta jut ahliUtn lUt ash Gifts , ( ash Gifts. U LU ttaut H latwoud Pi: Each i 10.0m) Vuvli ft.UW Fath 1,(IU Etch 000 Each ID , .. , racn Each hai.li EaclHr-KltotsJO UElugaul lUMUvud Miludoou Enh 3t la) liOhewlug Machlu Fach OJ to 174 2Muslialllix Jih iJJJ (Utiue Gold Watches bath MtoSU 7i0 Huehllver Waiclie , Eath JJlo W liu'Oil Paiuttug. trauiidfcugruwugs.s.ivcr vare. lllOIUarni'U AIUUI"! au at .1. a uu a.- a .. v . f IhioGold Jewalry.liiall valued at l,UM,uui bolUrs A ( iiAxi kto Draw ahv oy tub ou ''' n Pi a. it Aim i a MtiLgu 1 icxxr yuit JU xt 1 Ickots dimirllilogiacli Prtio aro teulft tn Envolops and thoroughly wlxid Ou receipt t r tt ctnla a heittt t irl wilHodruwn, without tbolce, aul dellvirjd at..urolllc.ror fcent by ; wall to auy addres the iilienauKdniwu It will bn del I vt rod 1 1 th-lUkct-hot ler.n payment of one Dollar PrUea will helm. Ilia illilla IV irillllinill U4llir,,i , l -vw, vi a. - prisiwr rituru uiall i YoLMlllI KVoW WHAT tulIK PlUIR U Br KoKK Tul nivw.au if Anv I'riiit inur bit UXchlUUed lor ItU other of tho saiiio value Awlllauks aV" Our pit rou iuu deiwndon ulr Jwalluff ltBgtxct -Tbo following pursous bavo lal.Jy drawn aluabioPrlies from tils Coiiaptmr.Hud kindly h. III. .1 ll.d aaA .ifllinlaa llfllllalri I Wilkin. 3-JSIxth avo . NY , 41.01O, Mr E Stuart, IDAilaou Piaie. N , -'Wl Misa P Mou. rx. Chicago, 111 , PUuo valuo at WUt W. Curtis. New Haveu, Ovid lUcli, JJUt RoberljHCkaoii, Du Kwi.hlwingMaebtw.VbUlHHlpMeCartr.lM vlli. hy ,.Wi JamtsRydgers. Washlugluu, U L , Musical Box, lWt L 1) Warrou. ) tourttKnth si , W,V , Piano, .M S 1. Ivrrl. New Orleans, Gold WauIi,AAi 'W.T. fatler. At ant. , Ua ,.). II A Pattoisou, Nashville, Touu , Mo odeou , 4liJ( i Day. ton. Mobile. Ala, Diamond Cluster Rtug, thJUi a fi.i.i ill iiiuiii.iud IMu. AAiti Mr B Walwurtli, Inutou.N J .tll rUmti Ilarrow, Vi Clay si , Ualthuore, bowing Machine, 7nfH 1 Aldtniun, U Ma u st , nuiuio, wii j ''l""j V",';iuo,ul Mass . Jold Watch. 273( Mis M bcolt, Ninth aud hauoiu st , Phtladolnhln, Gold Watch, il3ut S 1 Zimmeniiuu, Hicks at . Broiklyn, kU M Bower, Uetrolt.Gold Watch, .U)i Mr M ullr, Hartford, toun , bllver (xttiiiO! A bthlrly, Lo .vliUS Ey , Diamond Itlug, AWi 1 Maaou, Broad st, Y , -xV. Mrs A Melrose, blxlh avt , noir lllr llethst . Plan, Wat jiaT" Wo publish uo name without p. rmisslou i-i.i.j r. a-uu I'd l " ' If imleul Fnnllval' sevoral lime pt.i.iued. ioioim ling purchasor of llikeu tn wait for mouth for the distribution, has Impaired public c mlldence In such atlalrs f h i only fttr aystem of distributing 1 tho old and iwpularoue ifHiwrrJfiiiwJtrt(jorti)itfirtUfAoiftit(ii, rhl 1 the plauvf 11 AaPMH.WiLsoJii Co ,17J Broad way, the tui-t attraitlvo i Uco of tho kind now lu .11..- 1 ...u a, ... .I.allltf lllal llllllal IlliallllUIS III I SK"Wr":sc;g. ..uc rarmthero, but baie a nusonibleihaucofgr a good arlie, aaweknow many that have druwu. andthe Erin is reliable ' -Jinttit .Vskw, Jan 3, ISCi "Tho Metropolitan Uill tompuny are dUtrlbutlng many valuable i rlaes We have examiued their manner of d.lug bii-luesi. au I know them to be a ralrdeallng firm Their plau Is moro satisfactory than Preseutatinn lestlval.' ua they draw every dayaut the auburtber med not tav for thoprliee drawn unUaaaulU ,, ,-V-tiriiit. , . Co , at 17J Broadway, U dally drawing crowd of vUltorito wltuo.s tho draw lug process Ihe uiest maul la lut a cunta for a ihauie, and tbe prlio drawu, If satlsfattory, Is Imiuodlately dVliverod lor one dol. la? AlHend'of our last week drew a UtMlHu. Which ho piomi lly rotolvod ' lnutt lico Sitwa I II...U I..n. aaal 1.1 1 aT. lit J fill tlkf ICttoU SUBr. aated Every Package of healed Euvolope conlalna W,JDar"Si flcketa for Ouo Dollar 1 1J for Two Dollar ior aive voiiarat tuuior iiivu vwm. Alllo.r..UouUli..aulK.fJii8o!( t00 173 Broadway, N a CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. Fortlctli Coiiffrciia) Hcontl flailon. TfsiriAv, March, 21, 1SC8 SLNATi; Atone o'clock tho Prcaldent prottn incited tho chlr, and it wii occupied ly tho I'lilcf Jiialtce. Tttd Sergeant at-Armi, by direction of tho Chief Justice, made the uiual prucMmitlon com manding alienee. The counsel for the Trcatdcnt entered nnJ took their seats The managers of Imneachmcnt were announced nnd en mo forward nod took their seats, and were followed by the House of Itrprcsentatlves The Journal of proceedings was then rend bj the Secretary, Mr J. W. lomey, Tho message of the House, announclnf tint a replication had been adopted, iris then re id l) the Secretary, rhe Chief Jtiatlco stated thAt the Senile irni read) to hoar the replication. Mr. Doutwell, for tho ma nicer a, arose nnd rcsd the replication. The Chief Justice. The replication will bo re celled and filed On motion of .senator Johnson, an ni;tlienll cited eop) of the replication wal orderc I to be furnished the counsel for tho President Tho Chief Justice stated tho question now be fore tho Kcnntc wna tho order submitted b) the henator from Maryland, Mr. Johnson.) which he directed tho isecrctarj to read, to nllow ten ilars to tho President to preparo for trlaL Air. Humner submitted A subatltiitfrthlt now the replication having been tiled, Iho trlil pro ccod liiimcdlfttcly Trom lUytodiy. Mr Ldmunda moicd that tho scnito retire Tor consultation. The Chair put tho question on the motion of Mr ldmui.ds, nnd announced that It was decided It tho afllrmailve. Air. Cpnkllns called for the jeis and nays, when the motion was decided In the atllrmitlve, as follows! Yeas Messrs Anthony, IHj ird. llucknlcir, Corbett, Davis, Dixon, Doollttle, hdmunds, lea senden, towler, lrelinghuyaen,(lrlmei,Hcndcr ion, Hendricks, Howe, Tohnaon. McL'rccry, Mor. rill of Mc, Morrill or t , Mot ton, Norton, l'at. terson of N, If , Patterson of Tt nn , Saulsbtiry, Mrafue, Van Winkle, Ickcrs.W 11U , nnd Wll liains 2. N'ays Messrs Cameron, Caltett, Chandler, Cole, Conkllnff, Conness, Cragln, Drake, I err) , Harlan, Howard, Morgan, N)e, Uamsei, Itosa, Micrman, Stewart, Sumner, Thn)er. Upton, Trumbull, Wilson, nnd ates 23 The henato thcn.at 1 2o p m , reMrid for con sulfation, and returned at 3 25 p. m The Chief Justice announced that Iho Senate had, nflcr consultation, adopted an order, which would now be read Tho hccritiry then rend the order as follows Ordered, That the Senile will commence tho trial of tho PreaKUntou the articles of Impeach ment exhibited ntfttliiat him on Mondi), the oth Inst , and proceed with tho same dallj until ills poied of Tho Chief Just Ice then Inquired IT the counsel for tho deft nee had any motion to ninke Mr Manlier), for tho counsel, n piled In tho neiiattio 1 ho ( hlef Justke then naked If tho nnnitfera of Impoatlimcut hvt any motion to make. Mr. Hutler would ask tho liberty, ou tho p irt of the manag-ir, to gle notice tint Ihoy will njipear hero on Monday, tbe 30th Inst, at tho hour of 12 JO o'clock, prepared to go on with tho trlil, and gave not lea to the ivltniaacs, who hid ueril PUiimiunuii, in aiuiuar ni mi. iiuit mi motion oi nir. 1111 fllaon.tho Ht-nite, illtli.) achmcut. thru a Ijourned i In it , at 12 30 o'clock on the trill or Impeach mil II Monday, the 3Uth In llic t'reauii ni lire icm invu iuus mutimir mm rnppcd tlio Senate to order for leglilatirc buni ness. On motion of Alr.Jrlraes, the Senate then went Into exooutlve session, and attvr some time spent therein adjourned, HOUSE OK ULI'IiLSLNTATlVl S. Tho lluuso or Representative hai Ing taken n recess until 11 o'clock Ihls morning, ltwasoillcd to order nt that hour A mcasigc was received from tho Senate, by Mr lorney, Ita .seeretiirj, transmitting it ccttl fledcopy of tho answer of tho Prcaldint of tho t nltml iMiiteo. Mr. ('hauler, of N. Y , naked that tho mcasiga Ol i ne l'resiuciii uo rc-ti. Tho Speaker ruled that the order of Iho Stnato transmitting tho answer oould bo road, but that gentleman could not call for tho rending of the wholo answer. .,.... ,. . AfmmtnHteapaatll o'clock Mr. llputwellgot the lloor, and presented tho repllaillou v im part of the House Impcnchuicut managers to tho Prtsldent's answer tiled yesterday, aa follows HeuUeation iy the lloutt of Urprtttntativtt of the intltd SteM to the antwer oAndreie Johnton, Vitildtntoflhe tailed Slalti.fa the nrlttlet of im peachment exhibited uyatiHt him Vg the Home of Itepretentailtet . , .. , , 1 ho House or Represent itli es of the United States have considered thosetirnl answers of Andrew Johnson, President of the United States, to the several articles of impen.hniont agalnat him, by them exhibited in the name of them. iielves iind of nil the ptoplcoftho Ui.ltcdbtilc., andreatrvlng to themaelics nil ad vintage of ex ceptlun to tho iiisulllclency uf his ausivcr to ouch and all of the several articles of Impeach, mcntexhlhltid nslnst sill Andrew Johnson, Ptealdint or tho Uitltid statts, do deny cnih nnd every nicrment in said sciirnl answers, or either of them, which dciiUs ortraicraea acta. lntenta, Crimea, or mlademc mora charged ngalust said Andrew Johnson In sal 1 articles of Impeach ment, or either of thcmj and fat tho replication to tho said answer do say tint sild Andrew Johnson. President or the United States, la KUiity of tho high crimes and misdemeanors mentioned In saliF article, nnd that tho House of Representatives isrenlylo proio the same Air IJoutwciUmi.iedUtcl) olUrcd the follow- Ti...,.,-..." arat., i.a llmaA it IFAirfiaetit n t li nm netvirr'i, siinv 1110 iiumu - r- -- a hereby adopt tho rrpllcntloii to the answer of . . .aaa-. a. '.... ...I..i. Illrt.i Li. llm flA.! tne I'reamrm n auun luumunii hvihh of Managers ..... ,t ,, Air. M tiding, or Ohlo.dld not think tho repu tation was as lull as It should be, and ho warned the minagtrsto bo careful, na they might tlnd themseliea entrapped by the I uv)irs lundittl lug the other side ol tho case Sir, lloutivcll did not feel nt all nppreheiislie, for ho thought tho replKitlon nut tho whole Mr. Wooduard.of Pa.sall tint the answer of the I'usldf nt to tho 11th chirge amounts to a demurrer, for he denies lint la his committed an Impeachable oiline lhat puta another question in Issm.nud thero should, thirefore, be a sped il replication Jo answer that demurrer In form The Issue should bo ma lo up ns in im swrr to the demurrer oout tlned In Iho 11th ar ticle, rorotherwlo (here toiil Ibo no prop, r lasuo Air lHiigham, or Ohio, ail 1 It woul 1 be no tked that article II, aa well nil tho other arti cles, charge high crlnns and mlsdeme iiioib In otllce, nitiTwhllo tho answer Itaves much room for discussion, in the nnaivir to this last article tho President exurcasl) dctiks that he Lommit tednirlme, tin I his answtr ninounl to nothiii moro than n pie t ot not guilt) Under parlia mentary law, and In a trial or impeachment, thero I no aiuh a thing recognized as a demurrer, and the Attorney for the defence do not tlilm it Ihonuswtr of tho President to tha artlolts I la t lie same form tkictly as though ho hid en tered a plea or not guilt) there was no rule that could be pro luct 1 that would rt-toguUe a demurrer In tho cao or Inipoiciuneni, l..n.ll. n lit, a nf llil tlllllrilt IlllllaJI.IJ B.MU .'. .M- ..w-- Iliaprtivloua iiueatloii wai aciomlcj, ftnil Mr. Mr WooJ, or New 1 ork, flrat p."J lo, 1 nermcnt conlnlncJ lu Iho milleji ton or Iho w.nngora Tlint llliTiiicnt wa lliat It m iiro pared In tho umour Ml llioiicoilorilioUultoa btalca Ho ilcnif 1 tho trulliorilioiiieriuciiMor no niau coulil Biy umi ,llr1' "r ,T B . .. .. . .l. If.. It... I kB,iaM niatlial, IUIIIHVUU.a Baj .' ".., "7 . . "ii ; o by all tho people of the United Mates, or that .. , .11 .r, Ma itniian minroie It. No m an hero in uv an i no i eien all of thl can say that any one or tho Kcprcaentatlves was elected to his seat In the lloiuo upon tho Issue that tho President shoull bo linpeiichtd and re moiedfrom olllce Tho averment is falao In fact, for It Is tho mijorit) or this House that Is prosecuting tho trial Ihcso managers, ap pointed by the House of JUprcaentatives, are almply the ngents of tho llotite, and they can do nothing or their own will but what they are ordered lo do by the House. Iho House Is re sponsible for tho action oMhe m tnagcra. and tho managers are responsible to tho House for what theydoi and ho (Mr. Wood) bellcvoU tho mem ber of the House had ft right '? criticise and review tho conduct and action of the managers as ho now proposed to do. On the tlrat day, when tho trial was in progress In the Senate, one of the managers I Mr. Bingham undertook to leo. ture and bully the Senate by saying he wanted to see ir they would daro to set aside one or their own rules wlikli they had adopted for thoir gov ernment pending tho triili and yestcrdajr the Aiiio manager undertook to retted upon tho Cliler Jualloo or tho United States The gentleman. In purauhig this course, cannot say that he represents tho House or Kepresenta tlvoii and ho (Mr. Wood) protested against hi processing to represent tlio House when his action U neither courteous, nor deeorous or proper. Again.oco of thninageriIMr.IlutIrj saM yesterday to tho Senate that they would be ,rDi.rj.,i tn,:..,.t tha r liiatlon at o'clock to Jay. Who authorized that statement to be madel Do the managers present the roplloatiou, or does tha Houie present Itt This was an as sumption of authority which this House should not pcjmlt to pass by unnoticed. Why to-day eicna Diltlmore piper his In Its columns the repllcitloo to the President's answer, signed by tha managers, nnd It Is thus given to the countrj in auviuce 01 us niving Deen acted upon r) tne House of Kenrescntatlies. Is this llouso noth ing, nnd arc Its members nobodies, that these unauthorized acta are to be done t Ho submitted that gentlemen who presumed to represent this House shoull bo at least decorous in their con duct He Insisted that it was the duty of the nan-gem 10 uumn nu oi ineir action tome House, and that the House must bo consul led before an) final conclusion was reached upon any matter or upon any question, and it was their dut) to report progress This was one of tho Hunts of the House which the minigera shoul 1 be compelled to observe, Mr, llutler. or Mais .said he understood one or tho objections or the gcntlemin from New ioik to tnc rrpiicnuon in vc mat 11 was in me name of all tho DCODle of thi ITnttnl statrs. and tint nt he does not approve tt, and It la not made in his name, It Is, therefore, not a good replica tlon If that objection were a good one, then thero would bo nu end to all criminal prosecu lions, nt all times and in all courts Air, Wood desired to correct Mr. Hutler In part, and tossy tint he did not believe replica lion wis tn the mmc or by the apnroi il or nn) or the people or tho United-States. ilr llutler replied that the renresentatliea of the pioplealwa) a represented the people, and It was so held for nearly fle hundred cars I here wna onlr one Instance on record when an objection similar to that of tho gentleman from icw iut. wnieicriiinur. ivnen ine people oi Ireland wero smarting under tho twannv nf Charles the 1- Irst they undertook to remedy the evil. Their constitution did not provide a rem cd),ns ours did, but they acted out Id their constitution, and very properly toot and when they wero about taking Charles to the block In tho name of "all the people," one adherent of Charles, and one only, was heard to object The tribunal trjlng Charles sought out that one In dlildual for tho purpose of bringing the objector to punishment, and lie (llutler) wlahed tho pre cedent could lie re ve carried out aa that was ADera long search, that objector was found to be only a ranting old woman I.nughter Al to theol icctlon that the renlkatlou was nut,. llshed In n lliltlmore piper. Air. Uutler said he upjiusru uiuy mc lonn cuuiu no puoiianro, nnn an ncwananer could ret ha form from tho books iUr Wood, (hoi diner un l narer 1 Here It la in the ilaltlmore Jnifrlranor this morning nnd with the names or all the mimgers attached to It Air llutler Then that ends tho whole matter, for the names of the mimgera Is not Attached to the genuine replication We do not propose to do business In that way The managers do not sign the lepllcntlon, but tho Speaker slgnf It by order or the House With regard to tho paper In which the replication wna found Air llutler dealred to si) tint ho did not take It or read It, nnd ho did nut suppose tho gtutlcmcti on his silo of the lloiuo would ghe It nciis to aid It along. tur miner suuscijuciiu) rcciueu nia rcmnrK fie underatood the paper referred to was tho Hal tlmorc AmrrUtin. lhatwas n ery respectable paper, but It was In such bad hind this morning thtt lie had supposed it mas tha Ilultlinoro t.itzctte tint was rtferrcd to Al to the objec tlon made that the managers had mado an unau tliorlicd promise that they would tile the repli cation nt 1 n clock to-dt), Mr. llutler denied having anld tint tho managers would II lo tho repllc itlon What he did aiy was that tho man agers would file It with tho leaie of the House, nnd he proposed to keep his agreement with tho NonitoU the gentleman from .Now ork would not Intcrfero for delay As to tha question of propriety on tho part of the manager, the House would know how to consider that, coining aa it did frum n gentleman who )et stand under Its censure for Improper languaga used Mr Wood That censure was tho greatest compliment Icier recehed In my llfo. Mr. 1 Idrldge. of Wla , said It seemed to hi in that this wholo subject of impeachment wa mide n matter for lcity on tf.at side of the llouso, nn I it seemed to lie a subject of the great est no ilil ainuaeincut. Aato tho charee of tho f:entleman from Maaancliuactts, that tiicso obj ections undo were like tho rautlngsof nn old woman, lie inouRiii iiiiaiiQuacnnuucmonsirnteu during thcao. proceedings tint It had a full com plement of ranters Mr lleaman,of Mich. On which aldot Mr Lldrldirc auminae.l thn at ntlnmiin knew that It was on his (lleamin's) side, ol course, and tho gentleman Is himself a fair specimen of the r inter Air. ! Idrldge then contiuued, and said tho paper now before tho Houdo professed to bo a replication to the answers of the President) but was It sol oaterday after the answer was read, and containing as it did Important truths of nui it it ii.il rviiuiri-u uiu iu nns wrr. ) ri msgia. tlernan frnni Ohio (Mr llluirhani professed to bo ready then to put In a general re'idiviiuii it. this solemn matter of impeachment become so much a matter of form that tho old forma Lnn be taken for tho answers to these papers! It seems that the manigers were nlinost prepared with their replication before tho answer was even II led In tho senate. Ho had great confidence In the gentlemen com posing the board uf managers, but he did object to their represent In? him lu thla matter Nor did he think this replication was a proper one lhe President hiaglien his answer at length, nnd he Mr I Idrl Igel believed that It was nil truoaastittd by tho President Ihoansiierto man) of tho articles must bo a I ml t ted to bo true b) nen the m ijurlty of this House Why then deny mrri thing lu the nnswerat If some parts were admitted true, let tho House with can lnr any so, and sue the expense lint will attend tho summuiilngor unii) witnesses Hy putting In a rcplkitlou onl to such of tho articles ns reill) demanded it time would be sued, nnd tho trial would I o ( firl) concluded Mr, Wlllftm, of Ptnus) Ivnnla, addressed tho House for a few minutes upon tho subject .Mr. Woodward, of Pennsylvania, adlrcsed hlmaiir again to tho question ns presented In tho form of a demurrer, Mr, Huiitwolt ILon returned the floor nt 12 30, anl sill he wis compelled to demand a iote, tinleas the lluuso woul I agree that the replica tlon should be considered adopted nt live min utes or one o'elock.nn l without a )ciandm) iote, Mr. Woo 1 declined to mnko such an agreement, as ho wanted the ) cis an I in) s recorded upon this question 1 lie je is aud nija were then or lend, an 1 thf replkntion nnd Ace(iiiipni)ln r solution were (adopted by a iote of ll'i)ens to 31 ni) lhe lulo In detail wis as follows t Ycis Messrr Allison, Ames, Anderson, Ash ley of Ne.ndi, Ashley uf Ohio Hillt). Hild- win, it inks, lie uuiQ, noiti (II ...-.,.. ... I tl. I.. n ll.ml.i.n! tl III, II III as, 11U lilt IU, I1U lit , JIVIIJ till ,11, II' II IU ll, .I- ,,.... i . ...i.. it,... ... IIOIKMIIII) lllll lit, livilMiait) jtMriiiiiiiif ...irajiia- nll,!!iKklul, liutkr. Cake, t'hurehlll, Ol irk of IllUKliam, inline, iioumvcii, iiromweii, nniom nll,IliKklul, liutkr. Cake, t'hurehlll, Ol irk ol knnsia, Olirkcof Olilo, Unburn, Coindc, t'ul- lorn, Diwis, DUou, Dodge, Drigg, l.clilej gkatou.I llatt.l iriiswmth, I't rri, 1 err).l r. . .- II.....I. . ii .tJ-. in. .i.j inn ii. WiriK I I, (I nil riej, 11 n" i i"Ki ti'i, i"vr, llopkln, llublmrl of West Mrglnli, Hulburd, Hiintir inr(rai(iii IciiLkc. ludJ. Julian. Kcl. se), kite), un, kttthin, koontt, J.nillu, l.tu retae of Ohio 1. iwroncc of leniis)lvanlal kin coin, I, uiu, kugiii, I.otuhridc, kiueh, .Mill lurv, M lyn ird, .Mit'lurg Mtretir, Mifler, Moore, Mnorhead, Morrill, Mulllns, M)ern, Newenmb, o VIII, Drtli, Patliie, Per In in, lVt era, Pike, Pile, Plants, Poliud, Pulsey, Pomero) , 1'rko, 1. mm, ltubtrtsun, Siitiier, Sehcnek, Scolleld, TljCi Shank, Smith, Sjuldlng, siei em of ft, w Hamp shire, sttieiia uf Peui.B)liaiili, in (If, ihoinaa, Iriinulo of lennesaee, 1 wlchcll, Upson, an Horn of New .oik, an Horn of .Missouri, an W)ck, Ward, Haahburnor Missouri, ash burneuf Illinois, Wiahburu of JIuss tchusett. Welkcr, Willlanii of Pennslianln, Wilson of Iowa, lliou of l'enns) Ivanla, Wilson of Ohio, Wiudoiii and Woodbridgc UO. N i)s Messrs Ad ims. llirnes, Heck, llurr, t'hnnkr, l.tdride. lox, tleti, Olosbrciintr, tint lid iy, O rover, ltalght, Holman, llotihkiss, Hub bird of Connecticut, Johnson, kirr, knot I, Mar slnllrMeCurmkk, McCullough, Mungtn, Mb laek, I'luhiB, l'rujn, ICandall, llun. Sltgrems, stewait, btuue, I il er, Irhiitle or kentuck), an Aukcn, an 1 rump, oo I nnd oodwnrd -30 Mr lloutwell then oik red a n solution that thet Urkorihellouaeofltepreseiitatliesliirorm thostuate that tho House of Hcpreaontatliea Is realy to rej ly to tho answer of Au Irow Johnson to the nrtlcka preaeiited ngiiuit him. and that tlm ronlLntlnn will lo l.roamtol t 1 till) Mill) I ge.rs at the hiroftho s,nate (opiC(l IV 1 1 II nil i I, uitiatuii Mr Schenck, of Ohio, from the Wi.j anl Tilniii. (!niiiiiiittLi. rttiorted back the bill to tx empt certain m inuficturea frum luternal tax. withicrtaln Amendments theretoi nud the bill nnd Allien imenis wt re oruereu 10110 pruiicn At 1 o clock tho llouso rcaolicd into n Com mittee of tho Whole, (Mr Washburni, of Illl mtid in tlm i hair., an 1 nroceeded In a bodv to nc- company the Itnpe ichniont Alan igers to tho bar Oi uie ncniir Tlio members of tho llouso returned to their Hall at 3 JU p m , aud tho Speaker resuraod tho Iho Spotkcr laid before tho House a commu nloitlon from the secretary of the Treasury in answer to a resolution of tho llouso Asking by tut. niitn.i-lt linn 1 .J iii u iid Cooot r exercls tho duties of the olllco or Assistant secretary of tho ireasur) Into up wns rejccieii oy ine orn ate iho secret ir) si)s that on the second day uf December list, lu consequence of a vacancy occasioned b) the resignation of Hon Win L Chindlcr, Mr Cooper was authorized to act as Assistant Secretary of tho treasury, under the ait of 1705, And ho has contiuued to perform tho .i..hau si.i.n tint Ihiic. tho thuo for which Air. Chandler was ftrt appointed not having jet expirea 1 HO &ccrcmr kucs ui, in may uui iut ii.uat.im.i iin.l n olnnr rltrht to make thla Aimoint ment under the law of 1T05, which was not ro- peAlOhl by the law OI itvu, nuiiiurisuiK ins ciuyioy ment or assistant solicitors 1 ho communication was referred to mo uunimuivu u mj uuioiaryi Iho Speaker alio laid beforo tlirJUouae a com munication from the .Secretary or the Trenurj In relation to rerulatlons for tho detection of frauds onthe postal and other currency. Referred to Ways and Means Committee Mr tllot, of Alasa , from the Committee on Commerce, reported a Joint resolution, which avis passed, authorising the Secretary of Stata to hire a gold chronometer procured and pre sented toOeorge Wright, captain of the British brig P, and J Wright, for his gallant efforts In rescuing four American seamen from the wrrplr of theXrlg Llnle I. Chotte, of Gloucester, wii iiiuiiuii ui iir vjaruiriu, ui uiiiu, inn jji'it clary Committee was directed to inquire Into the eipedlency of proi Idlng by law forthe settle meat of contested election cases for electors of Proaldont and Mce President of the United l-l.nll--af It. ft ..d.l , ., Ilt.1. .!.. .. tl antes On motion or Mr DIggs, or Allen .the Commit tee on Public Uulldlngs and Grounds was directed to Inquire whether thero was not much moro marblo In Washington than was required to complete tho public buildings) nnd, If so, to report whether It would not he both expedient and adiantngeoustodlaposcof tha same I y pub Ho auction. i ho Jlouio then, nt a p m , Adjourned. Merchant Tailors. 1 AM NOW))lENHtOUHTIIKINBl'ECTIiIf ur i. tbo public and my eustom-rs, a fashlonablo and ar.ll !,..., a...ab nl i V.I1-TI.J 1 lalulllL llVaJ tSTlNOS, and CHATI.VOS, satiable for apriuf anl niiniuer wear riianhrul fr the liberal pitronajro WntoweJ on mc. and to imv-t thi wnntaof my ctiitoiiiers, 1 have a IdnJ UkNl K' Uf Mj.I Ml ijiiii list... ,,-Ki. .!.. . 1.1,1. toiethdr with my spring and hummer woollens, bavo t-on -elected with irnai caro from tbo lead In Import ing houses of New vrk Merchant Tailor and Dealer la Oont' Famishing OooJi , No 4H 1'ennnylvanta avenue, I) twccuFuur and a bait nud hixth street nihil oo3t 1 E M n V A L . i.ni'if iiirrnn. Mirrbatit Tailor, dolrc to tufono his rrlonJt an 1 th public in general that bo has rrumvrd from (? V str-t t to lid truit, corner nf Eleventh iiianainii iiifin i r ttiotr imcral lainnaeo In the .t, he In pes fir the eontlnuanrueif thtlr favor, liicli ho v 111 endeavor atltl to merit J Hat rCCllcd. U luraTil Bl.trlc all I. Initial. Tl.iAkVlflat andraslmres, for spring and summer wear, whlrh bo a HI keep constjotiy ou hand mil 17 6t S T 13 P II K N S V V o . LitoofWall, SlcjliCL A Cu ,) MO IN uusylvanla avenue, Iklnc-ou Mnth and Tenth street, MF.KUIANTTAimi.S 1 SiEW bl'KIMlCLUTUS TASMMEkEi. ND tiT. IKQ, JLuT kECElNEll, At tnud ratoprlrf inhll-tf C A u IT . ' ' " I F UUUH, A D strtHt, curnarof Muth, raspiitfully Ibaukahl rrlead-i fir tbeir liberal snp- vM purl during the Ut aeaxon, aud woulJ lutoru K tbem tbathe ha juitre elvod naplendld a-sort-tff.mentof t, LOTUS, CA8SIMIRE3 AND COATISQ9, antccUd rxpressly fur goutla n's wear, which ha will make to order at lha lo vo t iash price All work warranted to give - ilUfacll a J)t tf Groceries. ITAI.I1N .MACCAHONI. trosh, and at liwost ll.iirvs ALSU, AVl'U IIUTTFlt. t uNDJ'Nhtl JII1K, ll)jICArKL COCUANUTS, tor 1'uJJhir, Ae ,&e . KliOMAllK 1)F LU1L W. UUKLIIKLL, Under Lbbltt llon.c, nihil tf ciroer ourtentb and Y street V. C. PLANT, 1) KM tit IN WINES, TEAS, FINE GROCERIES, Imiiorlocl XaiUxurloM. & PLANT'S BUILDING, Camatf t Vatv VtV AvAnns nn4 VtftC6Ilt1l flcroeu w tf J It U S H E I. L U i It It , DKALKA IK FIE FAMILY QliOCEltlEH, .Ni i'iCNIuthiitroet, near D. vSlf WAblllNQTON, V G. VLW tOOl'fcUATUt STOKE, 4S7 NINTH JA slrift, lelween 1 aul f Welch's Uest Hour, uiili uilutr rli iIpi, IruuJat hovr lluckwheat Flour. frrsh from Aew a i rk inlflt Uralum Hour, cbokv inriinill uuiur, i aro, f.Hat"i niinr-rurt u uuiuai. !o 1 JUck rl lu kits, soktt. I .ottlieru Applet aud ( rauL. rrles at tiivt Vurk trleii.. Lorlua a by run. (Jul Jut h)iup, M Ussis, aul fxtr Krudfsuf buxari fresh 1'iitche uud loiuutocs in caus, li iston aud other (raikirs, with a mleit assuriiuenl of pnra bplr., I'rlid (rutis aud ntln r cb iko lAMILY UIUK fc,KlfcS always, u bant Ireusunrwlll ba at tbostuoat ail hoiirwf tho day to rctelvo subscrlp tlom for stock bbares, 410 each ocLU Fainting. TH0S. A BK0WN, JTttVlBIZ, HION ASU Ornamental Fainter and Glazier, la l.oiil.iiiiiii Ap. bel. I't, mill Otli NIm. jopuiNa promptly .uonjia to min ir O. T- BCT7r33N, IIOUBK, hxc;n AAD Ornamental Fainter and Glazier, nil oiilaliiiKt Hlf, bet. Otli and ?tli n(m. JnUMAiJ pr imily atttukd t mbiq Watches and Jewelry. 1 r JEWtLItY ll.O IIiliHt. i tU I'.iuu-vlvmiU flYOinic. J i r Intlillaiil SMv.r Wattlus, I1 AMuMl-l. lluj (told JtWt-LIU, Hdll Sliver Ware, up. ttacli , t" ra tlliksos, ' Wet mi 11 able Cull ry, limn, m l- rs, tl 1 1 mi I Siller Ihlmlilasaud ev ry varltl if bilvu I una wan . tc , ui mo vvrr wwimi nets ut-u IMCtiX, bOM, AND MNtOAll 1 1 If l I ( IIII K Cum M la A II T hi IISHTI Mi I , ) UKl'AKTMfc'aTtil- TIIK Ml 4i I UI, iikt I lw s.unnii.k iii, M-rcli )7,1C8 ) tKiili d 1 ruii iHls, lu dill llcste, siibjeet t i Uio uxual l uJttl ii-,miI1I( ruelvi JallhisollltnuullllJo ilotk ut , tDNtSU , Marthil, IstW. f r furnishing. .),0uu pound uf lUcou.tliar sldi s 10, UHl pomidx i f N iap, extra family, and 2.IMI uailous uf touet uirated lueitar Tin UtU.N, eltar sides, tueW crop.)!) 1 a thur uutibl) tm ktd, city trimmed, aud l tekedlu stroug, lieu, sln.lt guuuks, coutalulug about lUU pouuds IbobOVl', (extra famlli,) In w.ll stuiied bo.es, must I rtfren frui any udiilterail n Iho INliU Un lo imidi) ONLY from whisky, free irom alt i iiemuuuus au i inji.ri u nf h miir.iriti ktn nut It. lalfhlK It III 1 umbkaibouatt. ol potash lo in Utrtilt To be nt up lu lurr 1 r half I urrtl. (oiblrh t ibo state!, ) mi It 1 u-um lo laio .iubt blikory hoops, uu I 1 1 tiiri li earh 1 1 Dies lo oue Ir U h p Half barn Is should coulilu nomiro than twenty gall usiaeb All I ting cai.Hd with tin, aud lie half barrol I aimed bsiiii U of hoip and lutitar mut aicuuptuy pro posals UtJ v. Ill stAte the pries at uhlrh tbo stores will ho dillvenduttbU llice, and at tho ltullr.nd lii I lu laaiiviuworiht il), unit au) olat Wet . u thou 1 11 l( ,W i u lusKillou lu all taies ill b. at tbo expi une i frou Irnitir M K MOltUW. i.ib.4 l Ut Urltf tiea ,IU .Dcpt.Mo nitOl'ODALS 10K H'RAUt OmrBClllK.' Ql AKTBRMAsTEU, ) KlfTII Mil ITAKV DlSTHlLT, NrwOuiKix,! a ,ll JT.lSofl ) healed pr iposals are tuvU t aud will ba received at 1... ,.iil. ....( ... i -In W A Wul ii u flu lit. kun, rlm. nr itnarl rinasterMih-dlsirliit fill ltloflraude.Urowua viiie. iexas, till 11 tn WbUVhSDAY. Iba 1st day of A rll.laP.forthodillveryof ucbqiiantitloaof OATH, t.iiltr, aim ii i a may i " ri-iiium lurumui imuiio animal at karud , Kiiigtrold llarracka, and Drown. vllle. Texas, for tbo six (l) mouth, ending UctoUr 31, ISoS All tlia foraxe to bo uf tho best quality, aud subject IO IUS VCUUU "t iOtt 111 l lllal um Dai aud toru must be dcllverol In ifood uuuuy Hay wlllboareepted therbalod or uubaledj but a pro'ereuen m 111 bo given to baled lay . , Doltvtry must eommeuco wltbu thlity 133) Car II UIU 11111 UI aalUl'I'IDUltJ Ul l'IU'VUl . a l'rJloals must bo accoiupaitlcd by the tf1'""010' two guoa aud soivoui men lor iub ijmui- ,,iv. . The Uul.ud Mates rest rve tbo ilgbt la riject ny or lrodAaUiouat1alB4iria,TrpalsfovPonigij.M and siwressid to Captain A A WalnwrigM.A Q M , U. id. Urowusvlll. !-, J( T0HPKIN8, 111 llria Oon and ( hlef Quartermaster, mUCl ,,nu" ""nftuUllluryDl.Ulil. ITN. PEXCII.. AND HCINHORH. Tub wheat crop Id Tanneitse looks promlilrtr A bad dalt tht owlnf of groJgo -y. Oattli ara starving In Florida Qottschalic It lo BatDoi Ajrai liQABA Falli hu loon Dlcke DI " Jkkwi Pfrsa' has gooi to Shan,boo Babhcm's mothsr dld Saturday. Trikci Liciah BosArABTi, tbt naw Cardloal, la forty Mi ms IIok A Co art raaklor six eluht cyllndar rproi.os fur Engtlub dallies. Tub 8lsa troops aro to bo uniformed Ilka Ihoio of tbe United Statat army, ArxifALK physician In New York cllv re turns an loeoiae of $20,000 Dam up TArum tars that onlr one tnecr. lohaom In ten made In Otrmaay Is genalne rnoriHTV la largely belnersold In Mlfslailrrt to pay debts and taxes, and at tery low rates Ii fifteen years sheep have Increased In Irs land over 1,000,000, Nrv. Yoaa: drinks 228,000 qaarts of milk each dsy pAntrA la called parefa tetlc by the New York Jegcr, Ai editor down South say be bat becu ton struck had an eleven pouuder. A cow In Missouri recently died from over eiertion In trying to digest a pound of nail tHciiKLorts who will agree to take ladles with them are dead beaded at the Salt Like Theatre The Delaware and CbtiaptaVo canal li open, and boats art running. A rxAcariL cargo of human being -the I'deill. malls Judy. The new weather vaoe on the New York cm tout-bouse weighs twenty tons. Tiik second relet of Lord Derby has com luttted suicide Cause, unrequited affect Ion Lav i t bis suoceeJod in borrowing tei.t) m million pounds Si uiLirfsrcr prevail, largely In theCaoadlan capital. Bt nt tiflAUR's appointment from China I said to be a life affair. So m: copy wants to fall across tbe Atlantic In a twenty Ore foot boat. It Isiuggetted that ho pay for the craft beforo be starts. New Your has a "gllJed Palace of sic which rents for $12,000 per annum Where's Chicago? TiiatRB are more men In Boston who rido hob. Lies and more women horses than In an cither city In the country. Tub amateur farmers In this I turned. at vloln. Ity, who hare planted their early pear, aro not sanguine today of an Immediate crop. Tub republlo of Liberia has an ocean front of six hundred miles and population of four hundred tboutaod people. Tux Supreme Court of California decided that the State stamp tax on passenger tickets rlo lates the national constitution, and is rold LtTTtai, Brow A. Co , of Boston, In their business career of thirty odd years, have paid to authors over $1, 600,000. IIoh to take a census of tbo children of a neighborhood employ an organ grindor Ave minutes Wnitiyou haar a man say ''Life Is but a dream,'' tread on his corns and wake blm up. Life Is real Mr QneBLcr lay he could not be provoked Into lining a man for libel. lie thinks lit el suits do not pay to either party Wuin the Pacific railroad Is finish J, ripe Rraprs will be furnished In large quantltle from California .? a Jnne. A beam Ad's sou'wester was found In th Sauneh of a mammoth cod which was being resed in Qloucoiter a few days sloco NAMCUYioiis open on Lake MIoblgan, and veisels are plying between quite a number ot ports. Oxk dreis making establishment lu Boslon has adopted the French fashion, and a male motttut fill the garments of its lair customers. BisitKss Is brightening up ail over town with the sunny days that are now smiling down upon ui ri;Cii diGnes bippophagy as the eating ot hirreilesh, and hypocrUy as the saving horse flesh is very good. BmauAif You.-a andbls family are dead beads at the Satt Like theatre, an 1 when they go they till the boute Tiikv hare now come to tbe point In tbe Weit of timing divorce suits. One has been granted In Torre Haute. Indiana, In a minute from the tlmo tbe trial began the best time yet made Braiil wants to borrow money In Tngland. lut It Is very doubtful if she can set anv there Capitalists do not rank that empire among the icferuog poor A t inr afore and-afc schooner Is sunk In LoDg Iidind Hound Her top. traits are about twenty feet out or water, with top sails She Is directly In the track of the sound steamers. " Tow- and Coimnr" asks why ferry boats are like ring, and anticipating a failure to giro the correct answer, replies "became they aro uted to deck bandi " Tut. two rival pavement companies tho Niookun aud the Stafford Intend to diiide be tween them tbo paiemont of Cortland street, New Yoik, and which nor side wears out flrit will have to pny. A mi it Kit lu the ISaetitiie Autetitan nifrrts ib.it onions eaten during an epidemic aid in if reading the disease, but that they aro n good disinfectant, If sliced and exposed In the licit room DiKENSsajs there are very few moments In a man's existonee when bo experiences so much ludicrous distress, or meets with so little chari t-M commiseration, as when be Is In pursuit of hii own hat At 1'eorla, III , recently, so mo qusrrymenli. bUatlng, oiened a ctevice Iq which they found a rattletnake eight teet In length, and having thirty two rattles Ills inakeihlp was In a tor pid conJilion A toiNQ Cbicagoanwss so ashamed of getting drunk that, when be becamo sober, he attempted to shoot hlmielf Ills rk nil iroioJtoo thick, flsttenlug the ball, and be Is now ready to get drunk again. A ii am tn S.in tnncNco attempted to shoot a fellow who had thrown vitriol on a lady with whom he was walking. The vitriol thrower es co re J, but tbe Injured tutu was fined $500 for bcotirg In tbeitrects. A cold mlqe In tha deep valley of tbo Alps, near halsberg, Is the highest In Lurope now wonted. There are two tonncli near the mine, which are entirely surroundoi by glacier ices and tbo miners of this ragion undergo great hardships from exposure aud avalanches. Tin great temperance reiival which com menced at Vougbkeepiieover a jeer ago con tinue, with muohfr Mil ";"'" tbe ptedge at a meeting held there one evening On. half the Dremen of Ibe place have become teetotaters Tint venerable betle or Baltimore, Madame llanararle. widow of Jerome, preserves ber fee f na , wrlnklt- '""K " laughter and tears She also nightly oncaiee lnr taper flncari In metallio thimbles, and bus dooo so for tbe last forty years "Consequently," says Jenkins, " her baud rttatns much of its original aaroiiuetry. and tbe decay of her charms Is al ,wft end as faultltrs as tbe falling leaves of Ibo rose " HirropuAtn miy wellpudar this jeuiTt$jrtt of Charles Matthews, which we clip from tho Dartmouth , , ,, if horsetlcih won't ouillco to feed tho mnsses, Tho next resouree will bo the aiscet llcivtu only knows where that will cndl borne people wont hare left a tingle friend "