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The national Republican. [volume] (Washington City [D.C.]) 1866-1870, April 09, 1868, Image 2

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W. J.MURTACMinPROPHIETOR-
THURSDAT HORIiaOiiimtim APRIL I, lA
.far All roannltttloii, whether oa buslaese
or far pBbllcatloa, ahoald 1 addressed te W J
Mesnes, Proprietor Nat to at UtrttucAw,
WnehlagtOB, t4 C.
RECEPTION.
Ws art anthorlted to announce that the
ladlee of the Executive Mansion, Mn. Patter
ion and Mr. Stover, will be home on Monday
evening!. The evening fan been fixed In
Hen of the afternoon reception!, si ther were
lait tttaion.
TUE KtMCLrJC-ULAN."
We hare not heretofore given much credit
to the existence of this clan, but hare teen
disposed to regsrd It aa a myth, or that If any
such order wu In being it wai designed ai a
ecret polltleal on anltatlon. Intended merely
to exercise a peaceful Influence at the ballot
box i that It wai reaorted to at a convenient
method of carrying election In behalf of what
Is known at-the Democratic or Conservative
party, and wat not bent upon mUchleroue
deeda to a bloody end. From what nil re
cently transpired we are led to the belief that
this "klen" not only exists In formidable num
bers, but that It means mischief and blood. It
appears to develop this Intent i war upon
the colored population of the South and their
Immediate friends among the whites. The
Augusta (Oa.) correspondent of the New York
World, who, we presume, knows whereof he
affirms, says: "It appears to meet with all
but universal favor, and promises some devel
opments ere long of Interest." It may be fair
to conclude that some of these developments
spoken of are the two cold blooded murders
which have Just been perpetrated) for these,
"" "lunpoiucrpioi, are cnirgea directly as
the deeds of this "klan."
Moreover, It will be observed that the mo e-
menis or toll aeeret conclave Is attracting the
attention of the mllltarr authorities. den.
era! Meade has already felt It to be his duty to
warn the papers and people offals department
against giving any encouragement to thla or.
ganliatlon, and Qeneral Shepperd, of Ala
bama, his promulgated an order "directing
the various officers, mayors, marshals, tang-in
trates, constables, and police to regard them
selves as held accountable by the post com
menders over their respective districts for the
suppreeslon of the Ku Klux-KIao, and for the
apprehension of Its members where er found
This gives to the subject a serious aspect,
aod as public Journalists we cannot keep si.
lent and perform our duty to the public. We
have never believed in secret political organi
zations, when theobjecti were perfectly peace
ful. Political wrongi must be redressed, if re
dressed at all, through the constitutional and
peaceful methods of the ballot-box. If minor
ities are robbed of their rights, by the corrupt
and overbearing domination of the majority,
they have a peaceful remedy. To attempt to
right these wrongs, whether Imagined or real,
by murder and assassination, only increases
the evil. It either creates despotism ox fac
tion or both, and though in the Interval re
venge may be visited upon a rex obnoxious
persons, aoarchy Is sure to supervene, and in
the end a despotism more cruel and relentless
than that which before bore ewer. This is
th lesion of history. A class of people rn the
South, maddened aod Indignant at the recon
structlon policy which has been inaugurated
by Congress, particularly that the colored
man la allowed to vote and take part in the
government of these States, seek to take
their revenge In this way. It is not our pur
pose In this connection to discuss the policy
of reconstruction. We simply sar if it ba
wrong, It cannot be set right by murder, assas
sination, rapine, and blood, nor by a mis-
giuaea veogeence and rury reeked upon a
weak, long-oppressed, and generally docile
race. We are confident that the (southern
people will Cnd anything but redress for their
real or Imagined grievances through (be
bloody Instrumentalities of this "AuA7
Aiea," Such an institution can only add to the
measure of their woes, and will do them more
harm In the North than sd) thing that can
oocur,
w;
SiTy Department.
The Dureau of Medicine and Surgery, Navy
iMpartmeot, Is In receiptor dispatches from
Sugvon J. M. Foltt, of the Flag-ship Franklin
and Fleet Surgeon of the Euro near. Satind-on
The dispatches are dated Irom the irankitn.
off Naples, March IS, 1948, and inform the Bu
reau ot me aeatn by typhoid fever, of Lieut.
John 1). Clafk, whose demise occurred on
board the U. S. steamer Canandaigua at Clvita
eccma, am ot Mare ft last. Lieutenant Clark
was a native or New xork, aod entered the
naval trrvlce from that Mate, September
27,1G0
The Dureau has also receh ed from Assistant
burgeon Marraloo.of the L' S. steamer -Mo-ooogahela,
dated M. Croix, W I , March 10th,
the certificates or the death of two of the men
of tbatvesi-1, who fell victims to the yellow
fever Le wren ee Whelan, seaman, and John
('roller, ordinary seaman. The burgeon In
forma the Ilureau that the epidemic waa abat
ing, there having been but one new case in
four days. There were fourteen men on the
Ick Hat, alt of whom would recover,
Lieut. Commanders CM. Cheater and D F
Uay have been ordered to the Contocook.
First Assistant Engineer Oscar C. Lewis, or
dered to the Ammaooosue.
Lieut. Commanders Walter Abbott and td-
ward L. l'reble detached from the Contocook
and waiting orders. Acting Ensign John
(Jrrenhalgb, detached from the Constellation
ana piaeea on leave for discharge. Acting
Master IJ 8 Mellnda, placed on leave for
discharge. Acting Ensign B. U Elder, and
Acting Second Assistant Engineer Oeorge E.
Darnell hat e been honorably discharged
Wnr Department.
ttrevet Brigadier General J. I Hatch, major
4th United Matee Cavalry, haa been detailed
as superintendent of mounted recruiting aer
vice for the ensuing two years, by order of
Qeneral Grant, lie will relieve Brigadier
UeneralOrler at Carlisle barracks, Pennsyl
vania, the latter officer repairing to hl regi
ment In the Missouri department.
Breet Lieutenant Colonel J. F. Itandolpb,
surgeon Vnlted States Army, has been relieved
from duty at Fort Wool. New York harbor.
and ordered to report In person to the com-
manning general 01 me iHIL military district,
relieving Brevet Brigadier Oeneral T. A.
MeParlln, who will report In person v the
burgeon General of the army.
The IrapeacbunwA Trial.
To-day the trial of the President of the Uni.
ted States will be roue wed, and the defence
will enter upon their line or argument against
iutruwmiHi. juuge Curtis will lead ofT,
and Unexpected his argument will be leogthy.
tie win speak rrrfm notes, and will cover the
entire ground In his effort to rebut the argu
ment of the managers and the testimony sub-
There will be a large amount of documentary
testimony submrtted by the defence, and be
sides, a number or witnesses will be called for
that aide, and among them Secretary Welles,
Uedonot see, however, how the trial ran last
mors than two weeks.
Iost Odlce Department.
The fpllowioc busloesi hai been transacted
in the Siath Auditor's office for the Post Office
Department ourug the month of March Ult
past 1 Received h,su accountsi registered
JT4 accounts) copied 1,039 aecountij settled
Hfltfl account! Amount Involved In settle
ment La4Q,il4.W. pjstmaster Oeneral's
draftsteglitered ni passed, us Warrants
registered and passed, sit. Auditor's drafts
drswn,(40 Amount of Postmaster General's
drafts aod Warrants, $4S9U. Amount of
Audltor,sdrafhioo.ooo.Letterireeeived,51820
Letters seat, UULetUn recorded, l.iw.
Tne'rraft rrotnect 1st Tennessee.
Naihvuls, April lATbc frost this morning
blighted the fruit. s
IVArcy Ji8ee.
The assassination of this brilliant orator
and statesman will not lurprlse hli more im
mediate friends, for tuey, as well as himself,
knew the bitter and malignant haired of Ma
enemlei. It will, nevertheless, shock And
astound millions of people, who regarded him
ai a leader, and who believed In his principle!
and were charmed with hie eloquence, Mr."
McGco was an Irishman, and waa one of that
band of patriots who In 1S4S struck for the
freedom of Ireland. The friends of Irish lib
erty and nationality, particularly the Fenlani,
regard him as a traitor to his principles and
were not disposed to forgive htm for the aban
donment of hli early avowals of attachment to
their cause. For his subsequent defence of
the English government, ther could not and
would not forgive him.
we will not accuse the Fenlani of compas
sing hli violent death, because we could not
prove so grave a charge, though doubtless the
course of this distinguished man In hli oppo
sition to the Fenian movement ledto hli dait.
ardly assassination.
Years ago we made the acquaintance of Mr.
McOee In Canada, and formed our opinion of
the man. He was a man of powerful mind, of
ripe culture, and a most brilliant and enter
talning conversationalists.
We deprecate the "deep damnation of his
taking off." Assassination Is the blackest and
most diabolical of crimes There Is no deed
In the catalogue of crimes comparable to It,
and no punishment too severe with which the
assassin should be visited. If there be one
craven, cowardly soul on earth who Is unfit to
live, It Is the black-hearted assassin
I'EirHONAL.
Jamu O on dos DxssKTT.Jr, of the New
York JleralJ, Is at Wlllards.
ManiBAL Daxikl Goodlok, of North Caro
Una, arrived In town yesterday, nnd was
warmly greeted by his numerous friends
IThlte House.
Major General Strcdman,IIon. Montgomery
Illalr, aod several Representatives called upon
the Executive yesterday morning. ThePreal
dent's counsel alto had Interviews with him
during the day.
PollClesvl 3f ewi.
We glte the following extracts from two
f'Olitlcal papers In New York city, leading
ournals of the two erreat Dirties The first Is
ironiov sritt anil log iccunu irum mi rvn.
The p.pr.daays "when, one short montn ago,
the wave first broke In angry thunder on the
granite ledges of New Hampshire, the Radical
a rfle holderi And contractors an I Imoeaeheri
affected to mistake Its voice of doom for a
casual surge of the political sea. This, In their
nubile print ther did. IJut In the private
naunnoi inoig wuv simpe mcir ij iuui,
another and a rtry different spirit ruled.
There were dismay, anxiety, and a frantle dea-
reratlon promptlog to any measures by which
he rising tide might haply be stayed ere Its
avenging billows should sweep overaod sweep
away the fabric of moral despotism and polltu
cat corruption called government of the Union
by the rump of a Congress.'
"The wave that rose on New Hampshire
sweeps victory over Connecticut. The voice
of the people that daunted these bloated tr
ranta or au hour io March, damns them in
April The cohorts that came down to the
battle gleaming In purple and gold, In the pur
pie of idaoeaod the gold of corruption, where
are they to-day 1
The mlUt of the dent lie, unvmnte y the
Hath melted, like sa w, In tti4 glaare of tb
Lord I '
To this the Pott replies as follows- This Is
tremendous) but so completely does the H ortd
lose Its selr-poa session that it rejoices even
over the defeat of impartial suffrage In Wis
conaint and lumps all together under the gen
eral head, "impeachment, Grant, and Negro
suffrage smashed " How tneelectlon ta loaffect
a trlaf before a Brave court, the hiskeat in the
land, in which thejudgeshavaaoleiunly sworn
to do even-handed justice, la sot easytoiee)
and to count the defeat of Impartial suffrage
mas iiemocriiio Yiciory i 10 man idi ins
good Democratic namo la fearfully misused.
Meantime it may be useful to the Republi
cans to see that they have not. within the last
ear, grown in the good opinion of the coun
ry. They have kept New IlampaaJre, which
theyhadt they hai cat gained Connecticut,
which the Democrats had i and it Urobable
that If the Democrats knew how to use their
uccca. li, nt cTrrjr 11111 rirviiuo mr) id,
they did not fait to cursing the negroes, abus
ing Orant, and showing in other stupid ways
the reactionary and inhuman spirit which sol
maies incm, incy migm gma targe inu aoiiu
following ajnoag the people, and look forward
ooet more to the puiaesslon of the Govern
ment Hut a party founded on so narrow and
Inhuman a poller hatred of an oppressed
race, and opposition to impartial liberty, will
scarcely make much progress with the gener
ous American people.
New Advertisements.
TAME- LACKE,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
MAUBLE CUILDI.Xa, 01T PATENT OFFICE,
ladallr reerivlnf sorait of the nljut good la ILo
market fur Bprloe and Summer Wear, ar naklig
them op at a lower Dear lhan thejr ttOt bo par
cbaied lewhere. laklaf In ronaldaeatlon Iho
style aod wnrkuunalilp c'all aod b euivlsced.
apt) eolu
pROPOaALS TOR BRICK
Cntir QciarKKMiaTis'i Orrica, 1
n FiaThLiTAai Dutaier,
Richmoud, a , Arrll7. 1A
ht Pri)M4iili will be rciTM at Ihle eflce
IlllaATUKUA, April 11, lfitfS. tu Uo'cluck.u .
fornii'plrlnc Del uliJ ftui CI(iTrnment with
(M.OWI WrPY TMUIIHA. UXKCIUMTABLE
I'AM.NO li KICK, (more or Im )
Tbo Brick 19 Redelivered ai the kilo, aubject t
the Inipectlnn of an aceut appointed by the Gov
ernment Aon but mere him table l'avlni Brick
will be accepted
The naneof oaereipoaIblenrvly la tbo aura tf
(KW) nvehnndrnd dollan. won accnmpanr each
prupwial KatUfactorr evldene of the reponal
bllttf of the eurety ofored miml aUo be furaUhed,
l'roinln t In aildronted to the underlined,
plainly narked "l'ripaaUfkr Brick "
The(,bt(fUaarteruutrreMrvelherlfbt ofro
iectlng all and every bid wblcli he mar deem tov
blsti
I'aymtnutobe made on eoupletlon of the ton
tract By order of tbe Quartrrmaiter General
JAMES U UUURB.
Bit Llrnt Col andQ M U B A .
sp3t Chief Q it UritJUl Dial.
pKOPOSALH FO OATS
HLAb4 AlDlRTBlrT IHI'UXTEIIITOaV.f
orricc Ciurr QrAKTiBMinTBa.
FoiTOiBojr, L N . March li, lfm8, 1
I'ropuaala in duplicate will be recelred at th fl
office of the underalsntd at Fort Ulbaon. C. K.J
hill Ih'hIa.V h M lfM 4 IUJ -A ll.lll. ' n
bidl will be ouelUHi. la furol.h far Iha ihm nt Ik-
Uaartermaaler Department, delivered at Fori
ArbncKie, u n ,
f.UbUKhelaUata
Ibe reonirementa and furinllttei nitMt cos-
traclluefor Uovernmvnt aoppllee will be ei acted
of all bidden, and all to whom any contract mar
be awarded in too present eaae
l)itltrrr to ramiiitnt K.irlru Jn... 1. 1MH.
and toboaopplled at tbe rate of ut le thanl,UUJ
bnahela pr month until tbe contract I tiled
uj aumorny 01 u re vet najor at uryoni. 1 a.
A, CQiomandlog Dutrlct I Wan Territory.
A 0, K 1MB ALL.
Captain end A U M , V 8 A
apft-bt Chief uariermaater, Dlatrlct I T.
pROPOSALf V'JU FLUUU AMD ifOAP
Orict Dbpot Comuaaaai 8caiaTiBrs,
Wakiidkitob. D , April p.Djo. f
WANTLD-10J barreU Fatally rlvnr. be
beet
qaaiuy
m0bdJ9elao 1
Vll Nn 1
13,UU pound Kurd boap, kliuilar t
ample
The Family Flour will be reqnlred within alx
dan 1 h oftbo remainder of the Vlonrwitblu ten
lafi) iuuui wiiuuui ! utira ids aula iukiBDI
, tbo noap waste 1 before the &1lh laetaot, and al.
before thaflth of liar
ProoaU resolve I until 12 in on TUESDAT, tbo
CondUlun ft heretofore
ipMt
O BELL,
S ,U H Army
p It O P O 8 A LJ .
Qt AavEiMAMTsa ariEBAL'a Urrira, ,
Winrianrn,. U I. . li.rlt A AaM
Llat of Propona la received at the ttaartprmaster
nvrai via co lor isioiuma. iamp, ana varriaon
finlpatedartnr the weekendlne AoHl4. lfiSSi
IIEKMAMDUKKUACU , of New York, otter to
parruaioior ino utooiooeui tue Dkiiuviin I'rin
clpallttea the following srilcUa of Lloiblns and
ciiuivaio 1
Cavalry, Artillery, and Infantry Jack
iii uiicitni ...,, .mi
Cavalry, Artillery, and lofaulry Jack
et, Privaiea, at
Artillery and infantry Coala
Trowaara, Mounted
TrowBflri. Foot . . ., .,.. .,,.,
lreatCoata, Mouuted
.11 50 each.
120
aw
1 )
no '
IN
a 71
os
100
0 tu "
0 70
(lrat Coat, root ...
table Frock , .. ., ,
Hack Coata, lined .,
Hack Coat, a alined
ManneltJliirt
Drawers , ,
lidutroc t ,
Knbber lllauketa forlloraeuieu
KcbberHlaokete for Footmen . .,
Veteran KoaerveCorpa Jackete
Leather blocks ,
Caateent , , , ,
.aDKettlea......
U9
OM
ou
0M
Mese Pa
aoapMcxa .....1 , D id "
ana lorau oinaraniciaa iu par cam more tnas
tbo hlguettpricee leal lied nt auction tale.
LUt of Propoaals of a mlacellaneoee ckaraeier
icalvad at tha Oflu or the Qaarlarmaalar (lanaral
fur tbo wek ending April 0, lthi
C D. KUBB1MH A CO , PfalUaalrkU, Pa , offM
lb ara-U
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Political Matters In the far West
KECOXITBTTCTtOir ZH BOUTHEEK BTATS
Arrival of Serjeant Bates in Blenmend
Bit Hunt Chftmploaahlp of Amerlen
LEGINLATL'RKOr PS2fXRTI.VA!VIA
Conservative Meeting at WUtalngton, N. C.
THE SOUTUEn PRESS ASSOCIATION
FROM EUROPE BY CABLE.
Losdov, April I The grand Jury brought
Indictments against all the prisoners Imp 11
eated In the Clerkenwell district, except
O'Ncll. The trials will commence next
week.
Sir Roderick Murchlson to-day received a
letter from Dr. Livingstone, which came via
Zowtlllan. He writes that he has been In
good health, and that his explorations have
been successful, and that he would soon return
to England
TheTlrslnlIs;lslature-Hoveuient
of rarest nt BMee.
RtcnxosD, Aprils Resolutions prohibiting
the Legislature from establishing separate
schools for the two races wai defeated 7 to 21.
AU the propositions for relief, Including the
homestead, were discussed to-day. A speaker
refused to give way In order to allow Sergeant
Bates to be Invited on the floor, saying he did
ot want to see the flag brought In under cop.
pcrhead auspices.
Bates arrived this afternoon at 430 About
600 persons were at the bridge awaiting his
arrival. He went off Inn brisk trot to the hote'i
and at six o'clock appeared on the top of the
Capitol, and waived his flag to a large crowd
that had gathered In the park.
A fall through abridge having lamed him,
he will not leave for Washington until Tues
day morning. A number of prominent cltl
tens called on him this evening.
The Republican State Executive Committee
called a convention for the first Wednesday In
May to nominate State officers.
I'olUleM AOfclra In tbe r Weal.
St. Locia, April S Sedalla and Jefferson
cities elected the Radical ticket. In Kansas
city the Democratlo ticket was elected except
Auditor, City Marshal and one Councilman.
The Mayor has 300 majority, but he run ahead
of his ticket. In Leavenworth the full Dem
ocrats ticket with the exception of Treasurer
for which office no Democrat wai nominated
ivai elected by 400 to 700 majority.
Thli will be the flrst full democratlo admin
istration for six years. National policy and
tbe endorsement of the Congressional dele
gatlonln Congress were prominent Issues In
the election.
Coroodalet, alx miles below here, elected a
full Democratic ticket.
AlAskis Advices vlat Kan Francisco.
Saw FnAirciaco, April!. The wreck of the
steamer Autocrat, with cargo. &c sold for
10,(00.
A la ka ad vice to March 3d The health
of the garrison at Jamestown was good. Sev
eral Indian chiefs visited headquarters and
were properly entertained by General Davit.
Movements are on foot to establish seal fish
cry depots at St. James and St. Oeorge Isl
ands It Is reported that the Russian steamer ac
quired by the successor of the Russian Fur
Company will be used as an opposition line
between California. Victoria, and Alaska.
The weather unpleasant. It rained nnd
hailed ten consecutive days In March.
Tbe Pennsylvania Legislature.
lUnaisnuno, April . A joint resolution
pasted the Pennsylvania Legislature request
ing the President of tbe United mates to give
protection to all persons engaged In the guano
trade, and to cauae the Ooreinment 01 t. Vo
mlngo to restore to the United States the
Island of Alta Vila, In the Caribbean ica,
which wai forcibly wrested from our cltltem.
Thojolnt rcsoldtlon Is to bo dispatched to the
President at once.
The Registration in North Carolina.
Wilmi kotos, N. C, April I Registration
here first dayi Whites, 50) blecki.lTOf second
day, whites, 103 blacks, 105. Middle bound
district, two diyi. Whites, o0j blacki, 37. It
ii thought that during the remaining three
da y a tbe whites will outnumber the blacki.
The excitement over registration Is very great,
but there have been no disturbances
Billiard Championship or America.
Chicago, April 8. The match lor the dii
Hard championship of Amerlea, between Me
De ltt and Foster, commenced to-night, at 8 JO
o'clock. At 9 o'clock tbe game stood, Foster
113, McDevltt 33. The ealloa tho isventeenth
innings wai, Foster 173, McDevltt 01.
Conner alive Xfeetlnsr at Wilmington
North Carolina.
Wilvikotox, N. C, Aprils An Immense
Conservative meeting was held at the Then
ire. Many ladles was preient. Abie ana thrill
ing speeches were made by It. 11. Cowan, and
J. W, Atkinson, and MaJ J. A. Englehard.
Tbe Hontheru Press Association.
Auucsta, April It haa been suggested
that the meeting of the Southern Press Asso
ciation, to be held here on the 20th Instant, be
postponed to May 4th, on account of the elec
tion taking place on the 20th.
Election In Minneapolis.
MtsKKAroLis, Mib, April S In tbe vlty
el Action, yesterdaytthe vote was light. Harri
son, Itepubllcan, elected Mayor, by 249 ma
jority '
The Mississippi Convention.
Jackbov, Miss , April 8. In tits eonven
tlon to-day, the franchise bill was under coo
Li slderatlon. The day was occupied with de.
iiateB,
The Election In Connecticut.
H abtpobd, April 8. Corrected returns
ianke English's majority 1,735. The total rote
II 0,323.
Wii.iauTnt. Anrll 9. fiA
On the petition of Gxobob A. LaiuBToa.of Law
It le ordered that tbe said Petition be beard at tne
Patent Office on MONDAY, the BJ day or Juno
next, at 11 o'clock, m. i aud all persona aj-e uotl-
li any iu j uair.
Persona opposing tho exlsuajpn au required to
J aet forthlo writing, at least fW(w days before
r the day of hearing) alt Uitlmooy filed ny
I parly, to boused at the aald .bearing, mtn
. taken and transmitted tn accordance with the
Dieu VJ vnuvt
tka mlsa
. .BPU BUU ..hhu.i.wu. . vyvv. wnwvv n.. " t '
I of the offlce.wblcn will he fnrnlshed o application
Depositions and other papers, relied npun a
ioay, must be Sled la the office tteenttf daya b
io day of hearing ths arguments, It aay, w
before
trinx i ths arguments. It aay, within
W"i?f-r.' M.M.-KTir,:.Hiii:-,-t,viilA' u iva
t- l.-..A..atl.lk.l.a(lMAn
Rtpitbiicqn
U t . aaJ
tvubltcan and the nlm0MCr,.U'aahlBglOB,
D C. asd tn the Pott, Boatoa, Ma teach u setts .
'of said pubHeatlonstebeal least sixty daya pre
vlouste the day of hearing A M 8TOUT
npSThSt ActlBgCommlsilonerof Pateats
IITODERN LANOUAOES.
pnnrsaaou DANIB
PROFESSOR BANjBL X OROUX,
Formerly Teacher of Hedere Lai
Georgetown aad Celamblis Colli
Columbia, has resumed hie prl
French. German, Spanish, and
em Laaguages at the
iBgee, viainsi oi
vate lessooa la
haa oraaaltad
!"-. -rr-T r rr..-. j..r.i- ,.
llasiM IB inoso
'ersoec aesirts;
the classes eas apply is aim a.ni
is made In the above languages,
lages, with leeuraUBssa uda I
" jiT ieveath street, lt)
f raoelaltone made In. the above languages, also la
other langasgea, wu
able charge. Jte.f
aad B street!, Wasli
llBgHB V, v.
I rente, Mais , praying for the extension of a patent
granted to blm the 11th day of July, 1U4, for an
I irnnrnaatnanl in Mnllf Machlnaa. for UVen TetTS
i from tho expiration of aald patent, which lakes
placeonlhollthdayof July, J BUS;
AnniVAUl AT TUB tlOTKLI,
j. naiiunauiiuibu-ii'D' pw'
jHo. Stephen T.bfr, B 1 J J MtElbon.,
fMl.AalnM.i reward fulla.,. N Ul Jfld W
. r"'TI. ......;..-'. u.'n
ij.na.r. uamnor.1 v u waa.. n 1 1 worn.
flint, FkllulclpliLi R R I-owtll. tUnkMltr
D Shtph.rd, U H A J JOrnt,NYi Hl-Moa
-ff y 'y"i W f ifa. ,A Ti lasszii
Vi Hot PtttrWOrmioi MdillonJJrut.tr,
ti,,, lio.loni John llsoAit.dhlo! il.rrr mot.
ruo.NYiStnutlll McCIurt, N Y II Oolbttt,
t,,,, a C Ptltrldn, Bolloni M A Ohulltr.
Cl.elnn.tlt O V Moody, Clneinmlh up
I ntaooaT, tJlDeinntll jawtrn ricrov, auivuu.
UBIO) uiii n now., AOieuo, uatwi
Souri, Qhloi WO Taylor, Cleveland! Col R
Taylor, Ohloi K O Andrews, N Y( W ABalley,
Philadelphia! Mrs PI) Paul, San Franclseoi
AMBnrtea.W Vs.
METROPOLTTAN-POTTS ya Sffittir.
T. TlrfuV liltAnfc1a-Pfc .TjP.TC. P. Rnceri
and wife, New Yorkj Mri Rogers. New Yorkj
Mrs Durant, New York Hon II E MeKee,
Ft Smith, Ark D W Smith, Troy, Ohloj Thos
r- iiirii, mcnmoDu, , i ui " woe,
Vlrvinitt w w Armttronr. Ohloi S L Berk
ley, Ohloi S Hover, New Yorkj John W Mur
phy and wife, Philadelphlii FO Uartladale,
North Caroling E S Orove, Philadelphia
Wm L Hint. Philadelphia! T A Watson.
Texasi Hon D W Toorheei. Indlanat W
urancn, Aiocmariej inoii iniuiiuu,nuu
Carolina) John Nagles and Miss Harrison,
Virginia;
BEATON HOUSE JOBS II. HEUMKe.
Charlea Y Lvonar. Baltimore! Thos II Ker
nao, Maryivltle, Call Wm E Oweni. Philadel
phia! J McOeary, Boston) L J At wood and
wife, Waterberv, Conni O R JonesPhlladel.
phlai D O Jackson, Mltwaukeet J BNevloi,
Phlladelphlai HO Pearson, N Y Francis A
tllDDons, uaitimorei it ai auei . j chiod,
Emits C&kerorst ni wlff? Valparaiso. Chilli
J Webb Ltttle-Mdj O White, Vb( J S Warren,
flhlaarnf AltnKi.NJi W WNelles. Seneca
Falls. N Yl W 8 Case, Manassas. Vai Z Ma-
gruder, F R Veltch and J W eltch, Md
OWEN HOUSE S. W. UWKHS.
O Lusner, D Savage, Vai R II Haven.
G W Roger, J P Lowerbook, raj J Carroll, N
Y T. Ileenan, N Y A F Hlggs, U S A W A
Shedd, Vat William Brown, M D J H Sess
ford, Ohloi H. Miller, Main.
Merchant Tailori.
1868 SPKINO STYLES. 1868
M.
W. OWEN,
fawnl nnd Cltlsen
chant Tailor,
Mllll.rr,
Sfer-
212 rENK8TLVAIfIA AVX.XCE,
Between Toarteesth and Fifteenth street.
Would catl attention te hie Bprlng Opening, oa
Monday. March 90, of tbe lateat aoveltUe In French
and Knfllah Clothe, Caaalmeree and eatlofi, to
ether with a fall assortment otOenllemon a Far
nlahloi floode of every description, and at the moat
reaoonable prices
tYASHIBOTOT, MirCD ZS, lWiH mnji w
NTE1MIENM & CO
(Late of Wall, Stephens A Co ,)
310 Pennsylvania avenue.
Met ween Rlntb and Tenth streets.
1
MERCIIAHf TAILORS.
ITEW RPRI 0 CLOTHS, CASS I KEEKS and VEST.
IKO, JL'flT RECEIVED,
At moderate prleea. mMltflf
lag aBdaoafreealnc
OAS AND WATER PIPES
anltt and bond tndnubllh4 amount of damagiin
eattofaecidtntor loiiby fatturt to perform, at
vromitea
mb31.eot,t JOUlf R ELVAS8 A CO
A BMY 8 U P P L I KB .
Orrica Citiar QraarrBMiiTBa,)
Fobt LlAVBBWOBTir. Kar , March ZJ.1W8. J
Sealed propoaaia will be received at tble office
until M oTetock. m . of the Sih of Aorll. 1SG8. for
the delivery of
P,OU"BUSilKLS CORK, M lbe te tbe bushel,)
BBU V,OUU UUOIlLlia VAI J 1UI HI UB UUUI1,
To the Poat Qaartermaater at Fort Haya, K bsbo.
Bide will be received for any portion or the whole
Delivery to com metre on or before April 13,
18ufl, and be completed within thirty (J) daya
thereafter I'ot to be kept fully aurplled from
time of first delivery until the contract la filled.
Persona making btde will be governed by the
uiual conditions regarding propoaaia and eon tract
Information of thocondltlona can be obtained by
application In peraon or by letter to thla office.
By order of tfaeCommaudtng Officer. Department
ofAIlMouri. L. C. KABTUIf.
ap3 Id DcpntyQ M Pen , C Q M.
ALBERT T. WHITING,
It E CORKERrrXXTnST.AlfDPElflf.ANEXl'E
TniaoSTORT, Ebtbaicb ob Tbbth St.
AllthelaUst atylea or BONNETS. HATS, As ,
fit unman a and rtillJn'a ,. In ha kail
REPAIRINO and CLEAN1NO sxpedlUoaaU
go a ai nwn reaaouavia (Jrice.
Tho lateii fashions Introduced almuJlaneonsly
kith Northern cltlee, mb2S In
ANDREW B.COYLE. W. LENOX TOWERS.
(Latewlthrbllp ABolomons )
COYLE & TOWERS.
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, EN0BAVERS
AND rniNTERS,
Mo SH PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
DETWEER NINTH AND TENTH STREETS
Uare oa hand and call especial attention to the
larfea.aorirneni of
COUNTJKCMloUftB AND MERCANTILE
STATIONERY,
Contlatlngof Dlank Dooka, Paper, take. Pens, Ae
all vns
NEW PVULICATIONH
Received as soon as published
BLANK BOOKS
LITHOGRAPHING
In all tbe tr branches
We invite attention to the beaatlfal assortment of
Choice Faney Goods in Ivory, bandal Wood
'-""HaYsBWiciiTTrsi.
OPERA 0 LASSES, Ac.
Also to an Elegant Selection of
CHROMQ AND FRPVCH LITHOGRAPHS,
apt-lm PRINTS. Ac.
T AROR SALE OP GOVERNMENT PROPERTY.
Will be oold at Public Auction, on WEDNES
BAT, April 28, lbS, at tbe United Stales Arsenal,
earbornvltle, Mich , alx 16) cast I son Cannon,
about seventeen (17J tons of Cannon Rails, thirteen
thou. and Muskets, Hinoo, Carbines, and itevoi
vers, fjurteea seta ol artillery carriage wheMe and
axles, and a largo quantity of Cartridge noxes,
Delte, Swords. Lances, Tools, Ae
Dealers will be supplied with catalogues, ob ap
IU.II KIM .,. Bj.ffe R
ap7 et Bvl. Major U B A.,Com'g
IV
EPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
WilSIIDTOV. March tthlnftt.
On lha -wttltlon of WABBIM HHAW BUd PABLBV
G Gbbbb, of Wales, Massachusetts, praying fo
the extension of a paten) granted to them the SUth
day or Jone.lWH, tor an improvamant m s entering
Cloth, for seven yearn from the expiration of said
patent, which takes place on the 20th day of June,
it Is ordered that the said petition be heard at
tho f stent Office ea Monday, the nth day of Juno
next, at Is o'clock m i and all persona are notified
to appear and ahow cause, if any they have, why
aald petition aught not te be granted
Persons opposing the extension are required to
flle in the Patent Office their objections, specially
aetrvrlhla writing, at least luxnfv daya before
the day of bearing! all tesllmooy Bled by si ther
party, to le need at the aald hoartng. must be
taken and transmitted In accord aneo wflb the rules
of tbo office, which wilt be furnished oa nppliee
I...I...J i.A thai Ihla nnllea ha nnhll.tiaJ la
the ltBrtrBLicABTaud the InttlUpmctr, Washing
Ion, D. C, and In the Rtpubllcaa, Springfield,
,Mass ,oneea weekforthreesBceesslveweeksi the
first of said publications to be at leaat sixty days
previous to too day of bearing. u-rt-
a. ai. pi Ji 1,
Arttng Commissioner of Pateats.
apl-W'w
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
UniTin Statss Pavbbt Officb ,
WASUiMaTOir, April 1, lBoA
Oa the petition of Jo bath a Ball, of hlmlra,
N Y.. praying for the extension of a patent
granted to blm the 11th day of July. IUI, for an
Improvement in mode of connecting Water Pipes,
of connecting Water Pipes
be ext (ration of sgld patent,
bo 11th day of July, lMSi
aald petition be heard at thi
tor eeven rears iron i
Which take place on mo
Patent Office on UOitvai, tne a aay oi June
next, at 12 o'clock, m t and all persons are oott
fiid to appear aad ahow cause. If any they have,
why aald petition ought not to be granted
Peraona opposing the extension are required to
Bieia tne raien. urn iui uwmu,i, iiiaiiy
aet forth In writing, at least tutu dava before
the day of hearing all testimony filed by either
tarty, to ! usea u ! .ri., mius, u
skeu and transmitted In accordance with the rules
of the office, which will be furnished on application
xsepoiiiioa ana ; vvt . i
tlmoay, meat be lied In the office ttctnty days be
fore tho day of hearingi the arguweau, if any,
within fra days after SllBg the Uatlmooy,
(tj74 1.a that thla ant tea ba ncklkahail In lha
gsrpsLiaASBBd the itUtUifftnetr, Waahlngtoa,
C , aad In ths Dtmoerai. Rochester, N. Y.I
ones a week for three eaceoisfvo weeks the trst
oi saia poBiisaiP wm.mMi tilJ"m.J'V"'
vlouaonedarTfl'lfl'. . A fa. SjodT,
apS-WSt Aellag (JemmUsWner of Pa tenia.
Bpexial Koticet.
t-M.A O WI C.
A pfeUleAmmnatcatlenof the 1RAXD LODQB?
Ceniral afawjale jlafl. eoreer of P aid tttnth
MreetigOB fllDBiftAI IVKKIKO April P, at 7
'rleck, PaaetaaisttBacriaetted.
- By "direr the M. W. Orand Ma.lr. M
SOU LI D LaBMBR,
apOlt
Oraad Secretary.
STCT" TIIH RBODLAIl MflMTIILY
B3E Wwltneorthtuirmple BUG will be
held TIUB k KRlttU a iUt roomi. Ho S Fan
srlvaalaaveBaet aadasthla is the time or their
SamlAaeal Klectlon of OBleeri, a general attnnd
ll
Beeretarr OBBC.
1&& IHOTOM .BKATINO CLUB, Ke7l8 PeVi.
Wiave.betwMk Jflaeteeath and Tweatuth strttti.
Aijneojojr, D C.. April 8, 18W -At a epecial
mitt in a oflbt club, ntld last eventag at tbt Uoard
of Trade Rooms, aod In confonnUr with artiste
19, of the coastttatloi, ae. aisoaameat of pin was
made apoa each certificate of membership. "In aa
dittos to the stMitrntEt of $3 already made,raald
aiiuiueat to be paid within 09 days from the 7th
lA?rMeJf,Mtp'J4j1,Pi 'Ltbi ?rlratloa of
the 03 days wilt bt forftittd fe f At e(6 the Beere
tarr betas ao I homed to tasno new onoi la Ilea
loereoi sna inoio roneuea win do redeemed at
their par valae, apoa pretentatlon to the Beeretarr
at any time after Janoary 1, 188B The Beeretarr
will he at hi flee from 4 to tf p m. dally
Br order of the club,
' ap9 lot 11. A. MOOBB, Secretary
OARDTo Mr VrlendsThe
bees for some time
patvlllnd and threatened la maar wars br on
William WebtUr, now reeldlaf la HlehmoDd.Ve
atvllllld and threatened la
Vllllam WtbiUr. iaw rulJIni
takes this method to set hlmaelf rlfbt before hie
friends and the World, and al tbe earn tl:
thataald Webater seharcesarataathtm a
every partleolar. Webater, la October
made Iffldavlt that l wai Indebted io htm In tbo
anmof SM.000, when, tnfact. he waa Indebted to
me In the enra of 7.l71 at the time Hearing of
this, when 1 reached Waahlacton ahortly after, In
company with a friend I called oaMr.Webeter,and
after a snort consultation with htm In reference to
niscouanci, inreaienea to main nim ror perjury
before the crand Jury. Fearlnc that I woqld carry
my promlao into effect, he Immediately left the city
for Klenmoad.aailialng all a,prtttnjel claims
nsBinatnoioMr xaainaii ari
awvi mini HiuuiLi i
appear! that be went b
About three month after the above oecarrenre, It
;oeioi
re the grand Jury in Rich-
mond.andaacceeded in hnvlne anlndl
tceeaea
ratsnli
asatnatmeforatsalnf a bond In a ault, which le
aiinn aoioaicii
now pendloi , aialntt Howe, Knox A Co , for non
falfllment oi contract to furnlah Inmber for the
conatrnettonef the Klchmond aad Petenbnrgrall
roaa Dnair, a, hkiiuiuiiij
in 1863, Webater went oaths bond for me, with
Solomon A Myers, to the amount of SJO.'XU, and
aad the same firm have one aiaopeodlng atml:
m. which noea to ahow that Mr. Wabilar haa i
been called on to pay a stogie cent as bondaman
forme lnlheaarne year 1 endoraed a note for a
gentleman in a different transaction for tAOOO, and
when the note became dno Webater proposed to the
holder of tb note to renew it, and that ho would
endoraement, which was voluntary on bin part, aa
1 never requested him to doeo For thta piece of
klndneea, as he thoufht, he requested ma to let
him bold my collateral note for the aame amount,
which Idldt andlniteadof hla retaining It, as a
Kan of honor would, he had ror note discounted,
n( before the one tie endorsed became dne, at tbo
National Exchanse Dank ot R chrnood, which can
be proven by the oOcera of said bank, whom 1
called on, and atated that It waa a collateral note,
and that I would not pay It, at the aame time ex
posing webeter to the oncers of tho bank ae a
awtndlerand obtaining money under falae pre
tencoe All these facial am ready and witling ti
prove by good and anbalantlal wlinoaaea here t and
tbe aame to him On the contrary, I have repeat
edly loaned to aald Webster sums of money to save
fela drafts from protestation, the heat evidence of
which la that 1 allll retain hla unpaid notes and
checks to me la the sum of T,BT5, leaa S30J.
The Hon Robert Ould, with whom 1 have had
a Inn. Inllmata irnnalnl.nM. atlil whni. waranllv
launqnestlonabTe, In a letter addressed to mo on
thel4ihult .and whole well acquainted with all
the tranaactiona between Webster and myaelf, lays
that Webster caanot deny that ha la Indebted tome
lalarsaaums. Mr, Ould, referring to tbe failure
0? Howe, Knox &t Co., saya:
"Tourdimelliea in Virginia Dtraa intueiail-
n nt llawa. Kisi A Co. to folflt thalr eoa tract la
I ornlsh th timber for tbo Peterabnrg railroad
ridge You were compelled to ro Into the market
ana pay ai iva. dki aw.ww mvi ( mil iiuniir
thaayon would have had to pay If Howe, Knex A
Co bad performed their contract Bo.lJes thla,
?oa were pat to some extraordinary eiponaea by
be aame failure for thle damage I have alwaya
thonaht von had a fair, lust nnd leaal claim acalnst
H,,.KiiiiiCo. Yen had a rl
Yen had a right to resort to
your legal remedies to obtal a redrew, aad the at'
IHODHII TOO
we, Kuog A C
chlet one Issuing of an attachment for which they
claim some SX.000 damages That claim I have
Claim eome VJO.UM carnages pn ciaira i bits
always considered preposterous. From the facts
in your knowledge you had tbe right to baltave
them to be nou resident aad to proceed against
inem ny auaenmeat unaer ine inwa oi Virginia
f Howe. Knox A Co had furnished the timber ac
cording to their contract, you would haye made
money In tbe constrortlon of tbe bridge As It was,
Jou lest money, and became involved in d I (Seni
les, which were lacrcaeed by othr enterprises of
a heavy character in which you were f Dinged
when the brldg wla completed From what f
know of your affairs. I do not believe yon carried
money away from Rlchmuad. 1 did not thlak bo
at the time, and I do not believe so now At that
time I had quite au Intimate kaowledre of your af
fairs, aa my Arm had been your legal couBsellera
f the alanders of Mr. Webster against tne, and de
fylngaarpereon who over worked for myaetf or
reon who over worsen lor myaeir or
Ichmond or el-ewbere on any publlo
sroiner m rticnmona or Biaewnere on nny puono
or private work, to come forward and assert wo
owe them a alillllngfor serviwa rendered, I will
close by appending the following affidavit, awora
to by a gentleman who stands foremoat la lbs
soelal circles of the District.
SAMUEL KTRONO.
United Statti af America Dittrtct of Columbia,
County of Wahtngtont$f
1, Edmund F. Drown, a Notary Public, In and
for the coa&ty and District aforesaid, by lawful
aumorny uuiy cnnmiasioavit nan iwrn. utaoi'
ihorltyduly com mini Ion ed and aworn, author
dby law to take Depositions and Acknowledge
nts, do hereby certify that on this third day of
rlt. In the year of our Lord on thorn a, nd eight
uea o
Aorll. In the rear of our Lord on thouiand
hundred and sixty-eight, before me, In my county
aioresaio, personally appearea unanae ii aaerran.
aad made oath according to law, that ha ia well
acquainted with Bamuel Strong that ka known
him to bava besa a resident of the city of Wash
ington torus past eignteeu years tuai ine aaiu
past siiuivrn ycarai iuii lua aaiu
bn a housekeeper, and owned pros
city during all of that timet that be
ttyhad contracting and other bostneas
ea which caused blotto goto aod trot
tirongnaa oon a otai'inper, sua dwhb rrv
ny in aaiu i
haa frraaent
ti other cities which caused bun to goto aod rroi
ut he haa claimed and mndo his residence In said
city of Washington) aud that he has bad men at
work la different parts of the bute of. Irgiala at
different times within the past three years, and
particularly within the last six months, aud up to
tbe middle of March, 1W8. The aald deponent
further awears that he, deponent, a perl Blended
ine men lureaia cinnti sirnviiu Virginia as uo'
ii aaia niri
. mv off l!
tad llm.i nn In tka mlifilla bt March. 1M1L
The deponent further awears that sometime In the
month of August last, he. with the aald Strang,
wcnttotheEbbltt House, In this city, te see Wil
liam Webster, of Richmond. Virginia, and bo
there beard a conversation between said Webster
aad Strong, la which aald Webater tbreateaed to
defeat tbe application of said Strong thea reading
for the benefit of tho bankrupt law, unless the eaid
Strong would ray him Ave hundred dollars which
aald iilroog refused to do The aald Webster then
and there admitted that said Strong had befriended
blm, and that they bad alwaya neaa rnenaiy wit
eachotber O 11, MERKELL.
sworn to a
April, 1000. TT. r. onuni..
It Notary Public.
a-rjT-CATAItllll AND BROlfClllTll
Is NEVER CUREDt REASON WI1YI These
fatal diseases, the Parnate of Consumption, are
alwaya combined with berofulal Deafuees. Oph
thalmia, nnd Loss of Voice are also caused by thla
union of Catarrh aad Seroiqla Thla combination
explains why the false pretenders, with their de
lusive Inhalations, Troches and Snuffs, have never
...,( . . lha hit, nn ramait wntrh ran
reach Catarrh aad Scrofulous complications, and
they impart only transient relief. Where do we
e even one patient cured! Echo answers, wheref
The only positive core la Xaturt 9 Hovtrttgn Htm
tatailjrom riamt, wnicn i nave aisooverou ni
ter sixty years' study, aud which eradicate theae
fatal diseases, and all bcrofula. Liver and Erup
tive Affections forever Two Medical Circulars,
2ft cents WM It PRINCE, Llnnaaa Nurseries,
yinnmng. new iorx. apo-it'
B-ST-TO FA11MK11B AND PLAMTIJia
p i r viui uuacriiTia unri ,vr ..iv. iu iuii .v
eult purchasers, 7.000 TONS OF DOUBLE-REPINED
POUpllEfTE, of the Lodl Manufacturing
Sompany, made from the night soil, blood, offal and
sad animals of New 1 ork city, for which the com
pany nave exclusive contraet rnco oniy i nr.n-rV-FIVEDOLLARSPKKlON.frelgbl
and charges
!ropn Naw York ad dad. Warranted hr lha eomDanr
to be equal tetight for wttght to nor high trice
anruirTiVinarthaia la market. Tha taanltaOEB
Cotton, Tobacco and O rain have been astonishing
Ibe past season.. It ma turea tho crop from tea days
tr turn waaka asrllar nnd donhlt-a tho oroo Pirn.
phlet withcerllncateaof baadredaof well known
filaBteraand farmers, and every Information, aent
reetoaay one applying by letter pr otherwise to
139 MeElderrye Wharf. Baltimorct
1IOOE A WEUDERbURN,
Alexandria, Va 1
Or to tbe Lodl aliaufacturlng Company .
Ja5m New York.
sqsr-JusT puniyidiiKD-rnicK to
New Msdlcal Pamphlet, entitled
UANH00D,
ATmUTI8BONUBALT.il
V
E DBF. CURTIS, M D ,T. R C. 8 ,Ao.,ftc,
(Late Burgeon Turkish Continent, J
Author of MCurttaoa Food," 'Expose of Qustke
and Quackery." "Use of the Microscope la Certain
vaaos 01 uauiiiiy," as , an.
rhlalnaalnakta wn.k Iraata nn tha MDMllll
of premature decline I shows how to live and what
to live fori now weann ta tost boo now nguaoa 1
gives a clear eynopala of youthful ladlaeretiona aud
abuses, and the remedy therefor ,,
The above pamphlet ran be obtained on appllca
lloa or by post from the author, Dr CURTIS, who
may also be conanlted at his residence. No 139 F
street, between Twentlelhaad Twenty-Aral streets,
Washington, D C , from the hours of 10 a m Ul
P ia , and from 6 to l p m felT-flm
g5f-VICTOIlIAIIOTBI,3831ennayl-
VXt vaala avenue, beureea roBr-ud-a-alf
and Sixth streets
The undersigned has opened ths above hotel, (for
marly Uerhardt Haul,) aad will be pleased to aee
hie former frieada at hie new place, hoping at the
aame time to be awarded a dBesbareof tha public
patroaage. fslT-tf FR8DH0BUI,
fTST-TO HAIIUY UH HUT TO
US? MARRTf WHY NOT.7Serlous reSestloBi
for Young Mea, latEasayaof th Howard Aaaoela
Mob, on the Physiological Errors, Abases and Dis
eases tBdaced by Ignorance of ftTgture a Laws, la
Ue first age of tnBB. teal Is aaated letlerenvelppea,
freejY fbirge, Addreaa, Dr SKlLLINlIOUOlll
TOW, Howard Assoc attoa, Philadelphia, Pa
Special Koticet.
t2r rjs:issfuiVijassr -v
er tub i " -
MF.XELft-40lIW QUIH-TETDE CtrB,
li now open for snbscrtbers only, i '
AT TUE MDBIC STORE OF ' , .
ap7.tr W. O HETZEROTT CO. '
K5T-CITV RKGIITER'I OFICK,
frTtV WaihiboTob, D 0 .Arrll 1, 1VH. Kotie?
le hereby given, that Itoenaeior Waaona. Crta and
raya will expire on the 11 day of April, and tnuit
i reaewed within lea days thereafter at thla office.
F, A. BOSWELL.
apMQt Beilster, W, C.
t
OFFICIO OF GLKlf WOOD CKM-
KTEHVi Wabbivotos, D, 0 , March
-Oa aad aftar tha SBth of Anrll. thla Ofiee
30, 1BUB,
tit
! removeaio inaeniraaco oi ine itmvirrr,
li ia ana ei inn vi
O CI-EHPEHlntSttlxriPtenJent
IrCf soyx's xestaidiant. .
tlSFst .betweeafoarteenthaad Fifteen to streets.
8IKVICB A-La-CARTB , , H
BoBrders Uksa by the Day, Week, er Month. Pri
vate dining room for Ladles and Gentlemen Par
tlcttlar attention liven to parties at short aotlce
tffauam Late tltewarfof Mel Club
r-T7 C. E. 1IOWRLL V CO.,
TE' Mo 4W8EVKSTHrrKEET,BETWEES F
AWDODTRBKT8 .
A spleodld aaaortmoat of BOOTS AND SHOES for
Ladiea and Gentlemen. MUaet, Tooths and Chll-
dren coaauntly on hand, at low prices
Wo Ki bEVEWTH JBTKEIT. OPFt
ja31 tf FATEHTOFTICE.
IFFOS1TE tni
BT- O F. CUMMIHS,
SffSEVESTn STREET,
ANEXTENSIVEDOOTANDSHOEHOUSE,
Wbre the psbllemnr alwaTSflad WHAT THE!
WANT.nndoflhebKSTMAfiUFACTURB. t ,
Seeond door aonth of K atreet and Northers Markat.
ft-rsr-EMPininilOCiE.dSoPEPIHBYL-
SOC tabi a AviBVB, between Third and Four-and-B'haU
etreeta Flrtela Boardlng-honse,
with all the comfort a of a hotel. Accommodations
for 10O gueeta No liquor aold, Tranileat board
nrs, n a day. Hegnlsr mommy noaraere at re
acedlratea febKMm
K3TWKTLAliD cV, FI.KTCIIKn,
ki RRAL ESTATE UROKEKS and PATENT
ATTORIfhYS. have Removed to Room 10 Federal
who aro, making Improvemeata In front oi their
ntorea to the act that they can purchase AWN1NOS
at one half the regular price at tbo blager Sewlag
Machine Agency, 611 Ninth atreet .
ep7-eolm WM. SMITH, Agent
tsrc
CIIAILlTRa o. ot
SEHTHEET, ..
ALE AMD RETAIL
, DBALBSIS
LkQUORS, WIMiVS.AND CIOARS.
fe 3m
BdE AT o fcW S STREET.
oetween Tnirteentn ana m
frnm ID Hi m lain nt.i
p. m.tEXCElT8U!fDAY8, under the SBper-Heod-once
of B K Warner fell -to
Ladles, nentlemen and Children, He. 4 Tenth
atreet. Opera cloaks for hire JaM-tf
tt"1
BAI-TIBtOTlK AND OHIO HAIL
laUAIJ 'I'lVlkUT UtrjflVBfif
GREAT CONVENIENCE.
Ttcketa aeld to all points. North, East, West, and
Southwest
Uaggaue called for and chocked at Hotels and pri
vate residences In all parts of the City and Oeorge
town
liy thla arrangement, passengers caa provide
themselves, t their leisure, with tlcketeand bag
Ihla
office
mho ltn
JCT-TUIIMKR'S TIC DOULOUREUX
UMVRRHAL NECRAI.UTA PILI-
ASAFE.CERTAIN AND 8PKRDY CURE FOR ALL
NERVOUS DISEASES.
It often cores lnuratgta Factaila In leas than
twenty-four hours 19 form ot Neuralgtaor Ner
vous Dlaeaso falla to yield to It In the erjt
eaeee, no matter of how long standing, Its use, for
a very ehar. time, rarely fatle to effect a eompWi
cure, it can at tony u nsea who percci aajtiw.
doldevervwhere Sent by mall on receipt oftl 08
AUMflKii tu , ooib rropnawra,
mhU-ly 130 Tremont at.. Dost on, Maaa.
UXJ EXAMINATION OF CANDIDATE FOK
Al)UIR!tlnN INTOTHK MAVV AH AMSIHTANT
l I Al
SURUUON9 A Board of Medical O Beers ts now In
session at tho Naval Asylum, Philadelphia, for tho
examination of candidates for admission Into the
Heuieii uorpsoi ine navy.
uenuemei
rtnat maka
ten desirous of appearing before tbe Board
;e application to tne Honorable Secretary
oi mo navy, or to ius uDUPriiioca aiaiing rvsi
dence, place and date of birth. Applications to be
neeompanled by respectable testimonials of moral
character
Candidates must not be less than twenty-one nor
more than twenty-six years of nge.
No expense ta allowed by the Government to can
didates atteodlBg tbe sessions of the Board, as a suc
cess fa I examination ta a legal prerequisite for ap
pointment lUIDBflUVy.
The many vacanelee existing In the Medical Corps
isisrt imiBPamio appoinimrnta to laccciiiut tiasi'
dates.. i j uuitwtis, oiei or uureas
(aies.. r j uuibniit, iaici ot unrfii.
Bureau of Medicine aad Surgery, Navy Department
iiiD.w.iira.u
WAR DKPAUTMKNTdUH-
iiun unnniiAi. n urrit;s. naou
i) n .uiei.ii 4. tuta
INOTON, 1
An Armv Matial Ilnkrit. In nnaalat nt RaffiAa J
B. Brown, Brevet Brigadier General. U 8 A. Sur
geon H. K Wlrti, Brevet LteuUnanti Colonel. U.
b js Burgeon juod aiooro, rtT voionai, u. o
A and Assistant Surgeon A. A. Woodhull, Brevet
m
city, on the 1st of May next, for the exat
A salstant ttureeons. United Slates Armv.
.icbibij iuiuBi u. o Aiiwuiinniisntw twra
the examination of
A
to
for promo-
nou, ana oi caoaiaaies iwr aamission iuw tua Mea
icai dwi oi iua vuuru oiun jtrin'
Annllcanta tniiat ha ttwan 41 and 1 vaava nt
age. physically sound, and graduates of a regular
mdl cal college
Applications lor permission to appear veioro ino
noiiru anoaia uo auuressca to me anrgoon ueoerai,
United States Army, aod must atate the foil name,
residence, an) date asd place of birth of tbe caadl-
Testimonials aa to eLaractar and auallflcatlans
must be furnished If tbo applicant haa been In the
nsuicai arrnc oi ma irnr oaring ino into war,ino
faeSvhonld ba stated, toeathar with hla farmer rank.
and date and place of service, and testimonials from
officers with whom he has served should also be
forwarded
No allowance a made for Ibe expense of persona
undergoing examination, as it la an indispensable
prrioquiaiia iv nppuiuiuiea.
The number of vacancies now oxtstlag la tbe Mod
leal Corps of tbo Army Is thirty-nine
J. K BARNES.
TnhVotJM Surgeon Qeneral. tt H A
11JFIE8T WARD TKIMMI.IO ITORL1 1 A
XL TT P.BB.rlT.Bl. B..BB., -LXAt
b.t..n NlB.ta.oth Bud Tw.otl.lh Btr.fl..
FAKCY UOOIIS. COK8BT8.
TBIMMINOSOl' Alt K1J1D8. ' """
oi.mii(j.r cravats, collars, aj
Th. pabliowlllflBd tt to th.tr lBtr.t tocBli,
All BOodB Brs WBrrBBt! to b. b. ropr..at.d
bE8 lm W. if. VSARSOrl,
CIIOVEI.l,8PADLB,VOHIi;'ltJta
WHOLESALE AOENTTrOn ROWLAND'S
BPADlia, AND BUOYlSLS.
Dr iroclal arraocemeBt w. ar. prepared to aopplr
tb.trad.wltb above Bamed f ooua ai factor, rate..
BD BTBTBB rBTBBT """t-
vr ASHiFUion, nsicn i, ouo,
OnthQpetltlonofagofcos'lUBD Smith, of Roehes
er, N Y.. praying for the extension of a patent
f ranted telmn the 18th day of July. 1U1, and re
isued In two divisions tbe 11th day of August, 1800,
and numbered, respectively, 3,J and 3,SW, for an
Imnravamant in Process of Ataklna' hteel Ulroet
trom ine ure, inr seven yearairom .ue piraiion.
of aald patent, which takes place on the 18th day et
Itlaordarad that the said netltlon ha heard at
the Patent Office on MONDAY, the 29th day of
innnnaxi, ai no cioca, m 1 shu an peraooa aia
Eotiaed to appear and snow cause, 11 an;
ava. wrtT an id iMtlltlan oil slit not ta ha vran
be gran I
inted
Persona opposing the extension are required to
lie in the Patent Office thBir oblecttons. sneclallv
aet forth in writing, at least tutnta daya before tho
cm 1.
tin r.
t all testimony fllei
a dt eiinsr party.
10 do nsaa ai iub aaia uearmg, rani vw iitin ins
IratiainliiAii In ifiiiiriUnn with tha anlaa af tha
office, which will be furnished on application.
Depositions ana otnor papers, reiiea upon aa teat-
st 00 mou iu .ns uuh iiih ustb do
iv of hfarlnri tha arrumenls. If anv
ia. til. In lm Java aftar HlTn tha LatltDfinT.
-.--.... -- --- .-- :r- . t i-r.'i
slvewi
st atatr dava Previous to tha
;I..I..i ' - - . ,. rt disiBiYi,-"-"
apiThHt Aetlagugl' iloner of Pateata-
M II I It T N ,
Uvullcuiou'. Drea S jlr.
.A, (s'ijjssi, jf7B1v.':!'" Uti i i .
NEW YOnK PBIGEN.
..?HM.CO.
. , w i.uiisriTiDii avenue.
. oetwoen Ninth nnd Tenth streets
T- "VT". Nj&XttJST
UAS HEMOVKD HIS
AI0 I IIECAUY BTOIllQ
From tha Corner of NeTentli mid E
NtreeU to 463 SsvenCh Ntreet,
nearP. between NusHiia two
llotlilur mores.
Where be has greatly Increased facilities for busi
ness, and solicits a eonllnnaaee of tbo very liberal
patronage ho has received for many yaare past, as.
uring bis patrons aud the public that, aa berate
&! wl""nuete supply them with M EDI -LlHfcSof
the very best quality, and yes ths very
best skill In their preparation
Always on band, a fnll anppty f Foreign and
Doueitlu TOILET ARTlCLEiTof the kind usually
kept in Brst class Prescription Stores apT ot
MESSRS D L WELLS A CO RBAL ESTATE
BKOKKKS AND AUOTlONhRRS. have re
moved their Offiea and takes tbe epaeloua rooms on
Ibe northeast corner of Seventh and Patreeta.lltoora
ft, Breroton's Building All persona baviag bust-B-as
with them, either la BBylBg.SelllBg er Keating
of Houses, with find theut there
D. L WELLS A CO ,
Northeast corner Seventh and F streets,
ap3 0t I Room 0,) B rare ton's Banding
,For Sale or Bent
'Vouiali
Orwerr aad Bakery In.thlFlratWsra', with !
room Frame lloBee, asd Lot IU100, with Sub a.
Alw. Urlck llouae, BiB Roomai Lot ItalH. at
Itavy Tard, wlibgood store room) sow seed ae
Alio, v nlaaVie Kew BrUk Hoiae on t alroeti
Eleven Kocme, worthy the atteatles of trat-elaas
street, new i Seven
Roome, near Seventh i M.ftOO.
Aleo, a Farm sear WaablagtoBi will sienna
for city property. , IK L WELLS k CO..
mhn f Aorthaail CorTSeveatii aad F sts
ill siebaage
170RKITURE P0H 1
4 KEhT-TheFornllm
centrally located, lonthe
aosrt avenaeThe Heeae
P0B SALS AND DOCIE TO
are aao effects or a uouee,
kOfKaUonat Hotel, aa. Mia.
aosrt avease..The Heese haa sUoroonei reat. Sju
per moath. W1U sell all er a largo part of U bbbm i
or, ir ncoeiurs. wuitaae traas upin sea rets.
Doa I, at tile office. -ml-e '
1 9 CifC X ACTJ TREES. ,O00
:w'C08sUBt:
Creek,
wall i
CORDjQKAFSyinkScjr OBO aadtworeari -
irowtht OGOCa&KAllTBUSa&S, with a variety
oi otnor ngrwrr piwi.
Being dealroaa to cloaeoat butlaeae, the above
atockwlll be disposed of, wholesale er ntatl, at
Treea aadBbrnbbery will be detfversdta Wash.
laitoaerUeorgetown atshorteet aotlee-i.-
Petsons wishing to plant Peach Orchards, would
OAH
J. T. DYER A CO.
Would respectfully Inform their frieada aad tnef
public generally that they have eosaected the auc
tion business with their Real Estate Agency,
Strict atteatles paid to aalea ofars Unreal own
?rV..rMl'",cal 1,ft "' f Real Relate at
Pnblls Anctlona
Loons negotiated with dispatch
Rents promptly collected
All kinds of Con vsyanelng done at eoreSee. 71
Loulalana btSbbo
Loalslana avenae, two doors from Seventh street
, ,,.,, . T. DYER CO
Costs nothing to call en us mhls-tf
nemeiBDor tne nomner 11
TOR RKRT-
-TANCT DRESSES AND DOM I.
J? NOEsl for I
r Lndlee, OaatlemeB and Chlldres.
etMOXLEY'S,No.0TeaiB. street. Operaeloaka
rraeioaB
JaM-tf
TIM!IKR H-"T.-OOOD AND PLIABAITT
AV ROOMS nay beebUlaed at reaaoaable rates,
at Ne.fTSThlrteeath street, between 1 atreet aai
New York aveaae. laal-tf
anti.
AOENTS WANTED
rot
MEN OF OUR DAY)
Or the Lives aod Deeda of Generals, Statesmea,
Orators and Polltleal Loaders sow oa the stage of
action. Including Orn&l, Sherman, Lolfax. Sumner.
Stan loav8her Idas, Yale. Curtin, Trumbull, fea-.
ton, UsSauoibam. WllsoB, Oreeley, Hade. Nor,
toa. Philips, Farragut, CBase, Logan, Slovene,
Deecber, Howard, Dootwell. Dlx, Hamlin, Fei lea
den, Howard, aad ethers, with ever Forty Lire.
Ilka Portraits of Living Mob. Sold only by agents
ZEIULKR.McLUUDY A CO..
814 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa
AriCTURXOFTHE DEoOLATBD STATES
Every voter needs it before November, 188
nn tu nvisui ntiuinuui
-VANTED-flALESMEN to travel for a mans.
VI fact a ring company aad sell by eampl
srj!
-nOOK AGENTS WANTED-FORDR TTf LLIAM
J) SMlTH'lt DICTIONARY OF TUB UIBLE
Wrlttca by 7U ot the moat dlatlagulshed P .i,, i.
Europe aud America Illustrated wlt IM
Hteel and Wood fcagravlnga. In oae I ,Ua Uctav
volnnia 1'rlea SAttL Tna aalv AdltLt ." TJilT
in America, eondenaed by Dr Smith ..wYhaad
Ws employ noOeaeral,
docements to Agents dealing with . iMa-d for
descriptive circulars, Bad aee our v ,rmi e"" "
t i.J,l B tlKK'A CO ,
Pabltaher , Hartford, Ot
"i fri"?.'lu, "f " '
1000 A0KKT8WAJTKD
In all parUof the UaltW Bo Ue, to aell our lm
menao list of nearly euudlgort at
BOOKS, BIBLES and lHO'rOGRAPII ALBUMS
Every family wants Beawerlhlag from 11
Cataioguee raraiBhodM appHcBtloB, and books
aent poat paid to aay addra-a on receipt of price
Caavaulag booka eaataia lag the list, with prieea,
together with blaiik ebesio and printed hesdUga
for enrolling a Hal f names, aent tree tu aay one oa
receipt of Ou cents.
Anybody caa Mil from 100 to 1,000 of tbcae booka
almost anywhere For terms to ageata aad other
Information addreaa
JOHN st POTTBR k CO .rabllehers,
Haa. 014, and 617 Season, atreot.
Philadelphia.
tfUK niSTORT OF THE WAR BETWEEN
Its Cannes, Character, Conduct aad Results,
By HON. ALEZANDIR H. STEPHENS.
Its official character aad ready sate, combined
with an increased commission. mane It tho beat aub-
acrlptioB book over published Bend for circulars
and aee our terms, -and a full description of tbo
(&:1 n tbr day. sori no icoivit in ad.
..II our P.ual Svrrl..tlB, M.l.lil. TLUTHEfl.
Ll.fhS A.dn.l AMEUI0AN WIKKCOHlUsJ.
WAKTKp OEXTLKUIR AUD LADIU TO
.CALL. I MOXI.UV'H. PT..Ui .lr.il, ...
"hi" llr.Mlfol FAACY fiUUSWI Aid lba.
NUE4 for Ladl... U.BIl.mon .Bd CbUdrca. Open,
do... for hir. J.24-U
WAJITKD-A. GOOD. CHABCI TO dLABOlV
. roar Uor.e. nod C.rrT.... for Yittui UiiJU
T.rrltorri .1.0. V.nauk.. 1. prnicBlbrr.ET
aufol p.uol lu.l offend far lil.. Miitm. Ba.
wj BlBtA alroot. Twmtn.d. Moordlact-loc-Hft.
1 vi,u WL.U AD biLVkR.or anv other art
els of value.at the oU-estaMlahadMarchant Paw
brokerStoreoflLFDLTONCu,,a.linaKair a
3 doors Borthof PeinsylvaxdaavamiB, do .,,
OLDUOLDANDB1
Qa riitojc,
G.ALFRED HALL ACQ. t
PLUMBERS, HAS, AND 8TKJ -,DB,
OS NINTU STREET, JfEA PlltBgTLYANU
(First eaUbllahee" fBlK1)
mkll-tf
raOMAS THOMPSON,
Plumber ay d Oas-Fitter, &o.,
T P. As, b. ,jj Blla e,n S
aMT.lto
fJAS VlITrTiKS - W HAVE. 11C ADDITION
Zt nllSJ Wtotbelrtel, between lBd H atre..
fSjL.B.JU;i''1 Hall" wbere mar b! rou.dwJ.r
iar.e.1 .jj no.liBpl.t.aaeortineB,or "
CUAKDaUERS, BBACKETS.F0HTADLIV o..
latAtcltr, BtprleMUealtatl,
wiowk A POWUt.
hx.it "" V'.i"UI.!i.
between U sadR elreeU
IHOMWOALLiaW.
'alfreuvTtovnsuenu
At.lomsy-attLaw,
GALLIGANnOWNSHEIli;,
nasi Estate) aud NtoeU Hrokersv
Beal Eilato aad K'k AocUoarx,
AND aENEBL COLLECTION AOETS
Pa SEVENTH STREET,
0PJSITETUB INTELLIOENCBR DU1LDIK0
IIOV8ES AND LOTS BOTTOHT, SOLO, AND
RKNTBD, SPECIAL ATTENTlOg 01VN TO
rilK RlfAL ESTATE AUCTION BUSINESS.
RENTS AND DEBTS OP ALL KINDS COL
I fcCTBD. AIL LKOAL PAPERS IN CONNEC
TION W.TJI HEAL ESTATE PREPARED AT OUH
OFFICE.
ap7t OALLIOAN A TOWNSI1END
DBrAntaiBPX tr ina misniui.,
Usivan Btbtbs Pavbbt oreics.
WtiaiiaTOi. March 1!
riTiii urrivi,
OT0B. March 12. IMS.
Smith BBdD. B.ea
ua ins petition or norace
son, or spriBgneid, Mass . praying tor 100 exiea-
aloa of a patoat gi-anUd to them tha ltth day ef Feb
intrr. IBM. and rtwlsauaJ tha 10th dar of Oatobar
Ittt. thla appllcallen having been aoihoriied by act
of Congress, fur an Improvemaat U Fire Arms, for
savea years from tbe exptratloa of aald paUatv
H niEti .uya, ! mu , luu u7 vil
'ebrniry, 1648
It Irf nrrlarad lhaltha aalrl natlllm, ka li.irA
the Patent Office on MONDAY, tbe 20th day
June next, at 11 o'clock, m and all pornoas are
set forth in wrltias. at least fiMtaiu dava hanra ik.
dar of hearingi all teattmony Sled br either party,,
tole used at the said hiarlaf, most Ti taken and
transmitted In aceordance with tha rules efUe
R"i 7.i" wm vm unutuia on appiioauoa.
Depositions and other papers, relied apoa ai
testimony, must be filed U the office fiMttfv dayi
a ttsr.7a110.tB aaa in tne inttiUgtnttr, Washs
laiOBiino JinraeTToi (noanoacnBor, on hocbt
,Bar WaahlBitoB JI.0U0 well itowb sad flQi
tl.fl.fl PKAI.II TRIEIi a.MJO COIf. V9
uu.iDva m apiMiar ana aaow eanie, 11 aay mer
baya, why aald petition engbt set te be grants d
Persona flpposfng the exiBnalon are reqBtrad tor
flle In tha Patent nfflan thai nVTi . .n.t.ir
Mass , one a week for three suseesalve weeks l
tha grit of aald publications to be at least slztr
dayi prsvloos to (he day of hearing
mh30-aUt AcUDg6onmIutonrolriteaEar
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