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The VIoo freildeot Uld before) tba Senate a communication from tba AUornay Gene ral, la reaponit to Beoil reaoiuuoa, iwini tbat elnc tba pMaareof lb laeUcl rtlatlf tannrrtk hfi D-lrad nfl Official ODlalOD on affairs la that Bute. jr baa ha4 icTtral pod re nation i rolatlra to fleorfta with Us rrMldent, Becreury or war ana utntrat 01 mo Armji Dot uqob dm hwhh m Knag or purport of inch coorenaUona. Re ferred to Judiciary Committee. Mr Banlabary preaented a memorial aaa Ug inch lefclelatloo aa will aecoro the Got ernraeotof the United fltatea to white men, and letting forth the opinions of the older nuiUlijVUlUU emit wuwiiu via miiui- J ecu Referred to the Judiciary Committee. Mr. Antnooy introaacea a diu 10 runner regulate the public printing and to dlacon tlnne the publication of books by tbe Gen eral Qorernment for popular dfatrlbuUoo, which, st hts request, was laid upon the table, It being his Intention to call U op and urge Its enactment at an early day. The bill proTldes that hereafter there shall lift nnl t.Mfl eont-e of florarnmeat feDorts and other docamenta crlnted. to BOPPlr Congrcaamen, the departments, forelcn lege lion a and tbe public libraries la the different Htatfa annnllM bv lew. TroTtslon Is made for printing additional (copies, should Congress think It Impera Klrelr ncceaiary, and tbe heada of depart hnents can also Order not to exeeod fire nun Id red. copies of their reports for the serrtce kr their departments, but not for popular kllstrlbutton. The publication of the abridge went of messages and documents, of tbe biennial register and of tbe laws is to be dispensed with. Tbe present system of publUbtug all of the laws and treaties la ths newspapers la to beabaodoned; but tbe Becrctary of State Is (to be authorised to publlihln tbenewapa tpers saeh laws as are of gaoeral Talue. Mr. Conkllng- Introdaced the following point rctoiuuoni ttttotvtd.ie, That the State or Mlialte.rpl entitled to raoreieatatlea In the Contract (of the United states Referred to the Committee on the Jodl- rlary Mr. Morrill, of Maine, from the Commit to on Appropriations, reported a bill to an horlie the flecreUry of the Nary to make ransfers of unexpended balances of other mreaua of that Department to the Boreau of ,'oni tract on, Repairs and Bteam Engineer- The commutes reported an amendment mtborlttog $1,700,000 to be transferred to be Bo re ii of Bteam Engineering, $309,000 o the Bureau of Equipment of Yeaaele, 1250,000 to the Bureau or NaTlgatlon, and U.MOOOQ to tbe Bureau of Yardsaad Docks Mr Ilamsey offered resolutions looking to i mediation on the part of the Untted Butes a tne aimcuiues oeiween mo vonunioa oi ,'anada and tbe Red Hirer settlement, and aide some remarks condemning the at empted absorption of that settlement by -anada lie aald It would be nnnatnral to Irsgoontho Red Rtrer people Into allegiance o Canada. They had no Identity of In eretta. lie adTocated that they ahoald : tare the opportunity of expressing an opln- on as to wbeiner tneysnoaia join weir ror anes with the United States or with Canada. No time Is better than tbe present. They vere separated oy almost impassaois Darners from uanaaa, oui ooraereu oa taa uoiua States Territories, and their mutual poal llon.was snch as to lurlte a commercial union With tbe United Butes. The resources of be Red Rlrer country only await colools a ;lon to be derelopedi there Is so (Helen t area ror four Stalei. The resolution was than referred to the jmmlttee on Foreign Relations. Mr. Pomeror Introduced a bill for the uppreislon of drlnklnghouses and tippling, boos In the District or Colombia. Referred o committee on the District of Colombia. Mr. Wilson offered a resolution directing be Secretary of War to communicate the omucr, location ana rem oi mo onuaiDg ed for the quartermaster's department 'aaiod. The Vice President appointed In place of lleaars. Rice, Ferry and Bchurs, who were ixcuseairom rnnner eervice on laauom nlttees on tbe District of Columbia, Fen- loos, and Disabilities, Messrs. uoweu, Lswls and Johnson. The nnflnlibed bnilneu. Doing tne Dili to hi 'Tide a nattonal currency of coin notes ,od to eanallxe tho distrinntion or circmat- tig ootea, was taken np. Mr. Buckingham, who was entitled to the oor, called for tbe reading of tbe bill Intro- laced Dy Dim on January bo, proriaing ror ree Dinaing, ana proceeaea w argae in aw of that measure. Mr. Samner would embrace this moment o say a last word In farorof the bill pre eoted by him, and began by reading letters rom different parts of tho country, appror ic of lu features. Mr. B. farther spoke galast the bill of the committee, regarding , aa defecttre and as calculated to be mis- bleroua In Its effects. He bellered no meas- re or finance snouid oe consuierea in mis ibamber not baring the object of spscle iiyments In view, fia hd aoma time since Introduced a bill a nratlda for the redemption of specie pay ueou on July 4, 1W9, and with a proper oucyoninepart oiuonxTcaawaiaiy;Hkua eaomsu ai mat urno. -J- Williams replied to tue arguments or tr Sumner, Mr. Morton and others. Tbe debate was continued by Mr. Morton ,nd other Senators. The Vice (resident suomitte i an enclosure im tha rruldant. aubmlulnsr from the ocrcUry of the Bute a transcript of tbe ae- JlOQ of MUalsalpPl ralirylos the flneeoth mendment. Referred to joaicury vom- ntitee. , . ., . LTne Question was men laaen r. or. t additional circulation may be Issued, vblch was adopted yeas 39, says 31. nr. (,'nniunirmoTBJia aincuuiaoat u i new apportionment of the $53,000,000 of ircniaung doki aereoj BUbuuiikou uii v iiado so soon as practicable, baaed upon tba ensusof 1870i which was rejected yeas 23, JSTS29 Mr. Conkllng mored to strike out the fol owlng words whlwh conclude the first sec loo, "'but a new apportionment shall be nade as soon as practicable, based upon -nana of 1S70 " Mr. Beulibury mored an amendment to cpeal tbe Oth section of the act or March 3. 863, to amend an act to provide Internal erenue ror me support oi mo uonruiuent. &ir. SaulihorT azolalnad that his deahrn iraa to repeal the section In question which kMipnvv .wk v. yv w " - -, fBtate banks. The amendment was rejected yeas id, ATS 42. Mr. Morton then offered an amendment alhorlalog tbe withdrawal or $13,000,000 r circulation from those 8tates bar In an 1 1 com, to be distribute among those States knd Territories hating less than their pro portion t the circulation of those banks har ng more than $1,000,000 capital to be first Tltbdrawn, pro rataj which was a.reed to eas 84, nays 37, wir. voiiUKK uiuibu m anno uui iua luiru, ourth and fifth sections, which prorlde for ree banking on a coin basis) which was isagreea to yea , iuiya oo. Mr. VIckera moved that the aggregate imount or caplul to be famished to tbe anks to be Qrgaoiiea on a coin oasis snail iot exceed $50,000,000. Rejected. Mr. Bhirmin offdred an amendment that nw fttinortlonmont aball be made In the alio or .census or 1870 or tbe circulation ereln prorlded for. Mr. Sherman said this was the same mttndment heretofore offered br Mr Conk ing and rotsd down, It being the opinion of he committee that the language of the bill .xpresiea tost oojeci, nut to pieaio taa ienator he would renew It. Tbe amendment was then adopted. Mr. Wilson offered an amendment that no national banking association, shall be iiiowea to receive a niguer rata oi interest ban 7 per cent. Mr. Cameron mored to amend by author sing alt banking associations to receive 7 cr cent., which was rejected. air lourmau moreoto amenmuo amoaa isnt br Drorldlnir that anr loan or discount or which more than 7 per cent, shall be re- eirou or rcserrea anaii do rota, woicn was rreed to. and the amendment, aa amended. .vai rejected, ayes 13. najs 48. Mr. Morrill, of Vt . moved an amend- cent, tbat After the census of 1K0 any state which shall be found to hare an excess of property oref tbe arerage of the other States shall hare the lame distributed pre rata among the other Btates. Laugh tar. Mr. Conkllng. That ts germane to the bill. Mr. Drake. I hare no doubt It would re sult to tbe advantage of Vermont. Mr. Cameron suggested that as this was a rery Important bill, and several amend ments had been madethat II be printed as It now stood, and tbat It be considered again to-morrow wltb6ut debate. Tbls being the general understanding, the C"lSuaE OFREPREBENTATIYES. Mr. Paine, 6f Wisconsin, from Commltteo on Elections, submitted a report In the case of George W. Booker, from the Fourth Vir ginia district. Mr. Paine said that the only Question aboat Mr. Booker was as to his ability to take the Iron-clad oath. All tbe objections against Mr. Booker seem to be technical and he seemed ready now to take the teat oath. Ills case was precisely like that of Mr. McKensle, who was elected yes terday. Mr. Toland, of Vermont, asked Mr. Taloe whether be had read the testimony In the case. Mr Falne satd he had not but from hear say, as la MeKenxte's case, Mr. Booker seemed able to take the oath. Mr. Toland said he then bad the ad ren tage of the gentleman the contestant In the case was a friend of his, and he had read the testimony, and ha stated here upon his Sersopal responsibility tbat from that art ence Mr Booker could not take the oath without commuting perjury. . Mr, Butler, or Tennessee, aald Mr. Booksr came from the district In Virginia adjoin log his (Butler's) dtslrlct In Tenneaaee, and ho testified to hu loyalty daring the war. U Mr. Booker had done anything durlog the war that mlsht he construed as an appear ance or disloyalty, he had dono It either ror hts own safely, or for the safety and benefit of Union men In his section Mr. Booker's eonnty was one of the few loyal countlee la Virginia, and that was greatly due to Mr. B.'s efforts. Mr. Poland, In answer to a question of Mr, Fains, said be had roted for tbe admis sion of Mr. MeKentle yesterday, becauso ell who knew him united In the statement that he Mr. McR- was a loyal man. It was different, however, In the ease of Mr. Booker, for Mr. Poland had seen and read Incontrovertible evidence that would con vict him of disloyalty. The Committee of Elections had evidently not examined the erldeaeeand knew nothing about the case. Mr Paine said the testimony was rery Tolumlnous, and was now la tne hands of the printer. It was Impossible, therefore, that tbe committee could have read It. But the case stood precisely In tbe attitude that of Mr. McKenile did. If Mr. Booker could take the. oath there was no reason why be should be prevented from doing so. Mr. Poland reiterated tbat he had read the testimony, and, In hts opinion, Jeff. Davis conld as well take the oath aa Mr. Booker. Tbe question on allowing Mr. Booker to take the oath was taken by yeas and nays, and resulted yeas 89. nays 71. Mr Booker then advanced to the Speaker's desk and took the oath of office. Mr. Farns worth, of 111 , from the Com mittee on Post Offices and Post Roads, re ported a bill to punish certain abnies In the post offlce establishment In the United Btates. Objection was made and the bill was not entertained. Mr. Scbenck, of Ohio, from tbe Ways and Means Committee, reported tbe amended tariff bill, la explaining the bill Mr. Scbenck said this was notagenertl tariff bill, but a bill amendatory of tbe tariff. The bill consists In a variety of items, In refer ence to which a change Is proposed, and whatever gentlemen do not fled In the bill they may conalder that the artlelos omitted remain as before In the last bill. Mr. Collom,of 111 , Inquired whether this was tbe unantmousTeport of the committee. Mr. Scbenck replied that all the Items had not been agreed to unanimously, bnt tbe committee ordered tre report of tbe bill. Tbe whole bill Is tbo embodied results of the examination upod the several articles. There were some articles omitted tbat he (Mr. Bchencki thouznt snouid natecone la, while there are matters In It that other memoera inougoi naa oeucr oaen oa.ii.ea. Mr. Collom would llko to know whether members of the committee had unanimously agreed upon tbe several Items. Mr. Scbenck declined to answer that ques tion as not bel o gin accordance with the custom of tbe House. One feature of tbe bill was that It as a general thing changed ad ralorem duties to apoclflo, as calcolatsd best to meet all ends and to better prevent franda. Another feature was that tbe free list had boen greatly enlarged, especially In tne mauer oi a rugs, i ner naa aiao aaowoa more latitude to the admission of raw ma terial, and at the aame time had given pro tection to raw material Drodoced In tbla country. But he did not propose at tbls time to go Into a discussion of the merits, bnt would wait until the blllas printed and came up for consideration regularly. Mr. Aiiiaoa, oi iow, winuxi iw weeks delaT. at least two. before the bill should be considered In tho House. It affects larsrelr ererr Interest In the country, and changes the property of the country to tbe. raiue or at least nay rnmioa aouars. it effected great changes In rotation to Iron, steel, ana coai. ana mate a complete change of classification In the article of soger. He bellered that change was made In favor of the socer refiners. In view of these changes he desired to hare the bill sent out to toe wuoie country i a orasr mat the opinions of the people might come baek before the House proceeded to consldsr tbe bill. It was true the free list had been en larged, bat It was In the Interest of protec tion and not of revenue. The bill was In the Interest or protection rather than In the Interest of revenue i In tbe Interest of tbe manufacturer rather than In the Interest of the consumer. Mr. Hooper hero stopped Mr. Allison on a point or order, that be was not to ducuaa the merits or the bill at this time. Mr. Bchanek aald It seemed to bo aereed that tbe bill should not be discussed upon Its merits alibis time, ue wouia agree to a postponement for two weeks In order that tbe whole country might see the merits of the bill He felt bound, however, to say that Mr. Allison had misrepresented facts when he said the bill waa all for protection. In passing trpon the bill the committee had kept In view the three Interests or revenue, pro tection and consumption, and bad endeavored to frame the bill with these three matters especially In view. Mr. Brooks, or N. T., said he had co operated with pleasure with tbe majority of the committee In tbe reduction of duty on the raw material, and .had thus conferred great benefit upon the country. There are redactions on tea, coffee, sugar, dgara, brandies, Ac, but enormous dalles oa many other articles thatahould hare been reduced. Mr. Brooks was going on to explain the bill, when Mr Bchenck said he would be compelled to resume the floor, because be did not want tbe bill discussed on Its merits on the thresh hold and before It was printed. He thought It was rery Improper and oat of order to discuss the matter now before, the bill went to the country, as It was calcu lated to create a wrong Impression, for a re mark would bring out a reply, and he did not want a one-sided general debate from one standpoint or another. Mr. Bchenck then briefly defended the action of tbo com mittee In putting a tariff on Iron, hides, Ae. Mr. IngersoU, of 111 , wanted to know If it was in oraer lor ma waya aaa uoaaa wom- .. - Jl .k. kill -!..- .V. - nuiioo mi uucuib iu uui uf buvr, w tu ! clualon of other members of tbe House. He thought It ought to be postponed now with out former dlseosalon. Mr, Marshall, or in , a member or the committee, said the bill did not meet tbe hopes and expectations of the country, and he was opposed to it In toto, and should op pose It. lie bellered the tariff for the last ten years was dictated by the manufacturing interests of tbe country, and was calculated to Injure the consumers or the country, and the agricultural Interests. The bill was then ordered to be printed and made the special order for February 13. after tbe morning hour. Mr. Brooks, of N. T., askod leave for the minority of the Committee of Ways and Means to submit Its report. Mr, Dickey, of Pa., objected. air. x) roots, wno oojecisi The Speaker. The gentleman from Penn sylranla on the left. Mr. Brooks. I would object, too, If I were he. He eomes from tbe nickel district of Pennsylranla. The Uoose then resolred Itself Into Com mittee or the Whole on the leglalatlre, ex ecutlre and Judicial appropriation bill. Mr. Hoar, of Mass., addressed the com mlttee. He started out with tbe proposition that no matter what politicians might say, tbe country would Judge the party In power by the conduct of the Presldent.and his Cabinet officers. It had been charged upon the floor of tbls Iloa.e that the Ad ml alit ra tion would not redeem tbe pledges upon which It was elected and came Into power. If that were so It Indicated either treason or Imbecility on the part of those who con trolled and led the party, lilt colleague Mr. Dawes trad charged that tho fault of the lacrcaied estimates was with the President. Mr. Dawes disclaimed having made any such charge. Mr. Hoar said the country so understood It, and he deemed tome explanation neces sary. Mr. II then proceeded to review tbe book of estimates, as made up the last year of Mr. Johnson's administration, and the first year of the present ad mlalit ration. Ac cording to his comparison with his esti mates, thsre was no excuse for comparing tbls ad mini it ration with tbat of Mr. John son, and he could not agree with hie col league's statement therefore. He did not think that any charge should hare been made agalnat this administration, especially when It Is clear to all that It waa a Repub can Congreas last year that paased upon Mr. Johnson's eatimatcs. Ue defended Mr. Boutwell from the charge of presenting ex orbitant eitlmates, and thongbt Congress should commence the work of reform Itself, and not make these appropriations before It undertook to censure the several Depart ments, lie reiterated what had before been said by Mr. Dollar, tbat tbe Urge amounts that seemed to be asksd for were due to errors that had since been dlscorered, and whtcb, he said, Mr. Dawes did not seem to take Into account In making his speech. Mr. Wood, ef K. T.t eald. In dlacusslng this msasure he should arotd any personal allnalona, eueh as had been Indulged In on the other side sf the House, and would alio endeavor to divest hla mind of all partisan reeling upon the subject. Referring to Mr. Dawes speechee on tbe bill, Mr. Wood sold In his opinion all ofhls (Mr. D.'s) statemente were correct, and he did not think either of the gentlemen who undertook to reply to Mr. Dawes had dis proved a single allegation. He briefly re viewed tbo grounds of all tho speeches, and contended tba all the arguments advanced todliprore what Mr. Dawes had said were untenable. Bo after all Mr Dawes had said, he ought to be censured only because he did not tell tt whole truth. While none of bis statements had been controverted he did not tell airtbenrwas of tho business. Ho did not expose all he might have exposed, for the Admlntatrallom waa far more guilty than Mr. Dawes represented. He then pro ceeded to quote from tba figures of the De fartments ror two yearapaat, and alluding Qcldentatly to tho statement that errors had been made, he thought that excuse was no- Cud on able. With reference to tbe alleged rlsh expend I tore of the War Department under Mr. Johnson, Mr. Wood denied that any expenao thee tho last ys tr of Johnson's administration waa chargeable to thai ad ministration, ror erer since tho war tbo War Department was under tbo control of tbo Republican party. Oen. Grant had said that he knew tho estimates of the War Department were none too high. Bnt If tho Freefdent was tbo economlat his friends claimed for him, why did he not commence to retrench In tbo War Department 1 Why did he not get rid of some of the military secretaries at tho White House, who were all drawing army ofllcers' pay ! Thero were no less than fire brigadier generals by brevet on par at tho White House thing unheard of Wore In tho history of tho Presidents of tne united stales, ir ho wanted to retrench and reform, here was tbe place and the chance to commence, and without delay. Especially, too, as ho doclared to a mermber of the House tbat ho knew nothing about any Department of tho Government except the War Department. This, he thought, was a moat hnmlllatlnc admission The Prealdent was sitting each, week In Cabinet Council with the chief officers of hie Govern ment, and yet ho declared that be knew nothing of what was going on In their re apcctlve Departments. Gen. Grant was a good soldier, and he fWood) would not pluck one laurel from his brow, but he had missed bis rotation when he rellnaulabed bis army command to accept tbo Presidency no agreed with Mr. Dawea, howerer, tbat It I inK "1 mere was great neea or improvement in, Congress, and that much mlfbt bo done hero In tbe way of retrenchment by refusing to paas bills, and he, for one, was not dis posed to direst himself or tho roeponslblllty tbat attached to him as a Representative In this respect. He would act with Mr. Dawes nnder any circumstances for a reform, and he congratulated the country that a gentle man so fearless and patriotic had been placed In so prominent a position, whsre ho so fearlessly conld expose the wroogs upon tbo country. Mr. utiles, or rennsyirania, aaoressea tne Homo, and was proceed log to argue In re latlon to the gold conspiracy and tbe con nection of the President therewith. Mr. Dawes made the point of order that tbe investigation of tbe gold panic was not a subject to bo discussed nnder this bill. Tho Chair (Mr. Cessna) a attained tbe point or order. Mr. StlleSsatd ho proposed tadUcnaa the expenditures or the Administration. The Chair reminded Mr.BUIea tbat tho TTbujo was not In Committee or the Whole on tho state or tho Union for general de bate, but In commltteo on a special subject, and the gentleman muit confine his remarks to that bill. Mr. Stiles thought It was competent for him. In caorasslog tbe conduct of tbe Prea ldent, to relate what had taken place before a commltteo of tbe House. Mr. Dickey, or Pennsylranla, objected. That matter was before a commltteo of the House, and pending investigation bo ob jected to discussion. fr. Btlles was again going on with his remark a, ana was aooai to reaa some testi mony before the Basking and Currency Committee", when Mr. Dicker a tain objected. Mr. Chair again called Mr. Btlles to oSj aer ana airectea mm eitner to proceea or take his seat. Mr. Stiles reiterated tbat It was compe tent for him to show the President's connec tion with the gold ring. Tbo Chair Insisted tnatho should not .pro ceed. Mr. Stiles desired to explato. The Chair declined to hear an ex plan a lion f and directed Mr. Btlles to proceed In order. Mr. Randall, of Pennsylranla, wanted to Enow wnetoer tno vuair won m near mo ex planation or his colleague Mr. Btlles. The Chair did not want any explanation, bnt directed Mr. Btlles to proceed In order. Mr. Randall. When we again go Into uommittee or tne nnoio i nope tno opeaaer will elect a chairman who understand a his business Tbe Chair. The gentleman from Penn sylranta will come to ordor. He knows snch remarks are out of order. Mr. Randall. They aro nevertheless true. Mr Stiles then obtained learo to print tbo balance of his remarks, but before taking his seat said he had proposed to read tho teetlmonr taken before the Banking Com mittee which would show tbat tho President of tho Unlled States was utterly unfit to rule over a free people. For this remark Mr. Stiles was loudly called to order by the Republicans. The committee then rose. Mr. Cook, of Illinois, moved that tbe Ilonae again resolve Itself Into Committee or the Whole for the purpose or considering tbe bill appropriating $30,000 for relief of the poor of this District. Pending that motion tho House at 4 07 p. m. adjourned. CLAET OalaaaoialBf ortblit,Siaia Inav, halfttad wlftaf J ah O Ultrv ftftd lUftahtarsf W. T arlMlh.tifi . ! tbaiMrtUth rrfrtc Th faerl will Uke pUt frani tbe r1 f btf flbr,N 70S UoiatVe(aa fluea.ee Wdei dT. tbe lad, atS e elk, p n Th frUae ef H imur r rapimur ivuw tv ICC wkla U.r fantrftl will Uha aUea fun Ha SSI Ttr.lfth Irtet. eser aortk U,umo leak,- m ,Wdet dar.eed tb& will ("! to tke therck m Qecrt Mvii Cwearf tlrMt, bn ker fBeartl will be pnaakej liar frUaee a at aeqaeletaieee are laviuileatUaa. STOCKKiS -Jeeearr )T0, Iliaar. tea ef A H.eadA II SUka,a, tftd tbiee weaka aaa two Sere BUSCS ILL. Ob MoBUr, Jaaaerr Slit Oiobob BcacsiLL, tetktOOtb yatrof hlaaie The raiettfaaend (rUadi or tea ferall- are re i iron kia trth Wi.ln t afmraneB t( alcn Undertakers. UKlUIlDtMUnm. iLONZO a.UAHB HAflVEYA MAriR, UNDERTAKERS. NO. r ST.1EET, lluCwron Nlntll nndTonthi FalntJ, Oili, 4c. BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS. attaittoa UsalUd to mj lUek of PAINTS. OILS, GLASS. &t.. WfcWa. I an o fart as ipeelal Uttoemeatejor aaaa. Alao dealer la Ooa Oil Ltnpa, Cblmaeri. Wake, Altokol, aUa,TenUea Urmtkaa, Koala, a a. I HART! IT, litaaa evtaa. t at. aider Oloa Uoaae. LIUIKCIK I. r.mOT UiU.it i at' riwitlir. THE COURTS. IfortiT fMtTJufad IFiHi. The apo- clalterm and Equity Court for February opeaea at tne itqnuy room jwwrutj. Judge Wylle will hold the speelat term tho remainaer oimeyear idi iiow,ug were acted upon i Hsedaut u. Baits et at. Order fo' the consolidation of causes, and for fixing the hearing on the 8th Inst. McQarland vi. Harrer. Tbe defendant being a non reeldeni, It was ordered that DO do notinea oi lair iuit dj aa Teniae uib. Coleman vs. Lochbocler. Order extending time of answer for ten daya. AInanari ana vasnmgton nauroaa Compeoy re. Washington, Alsxandrla and Georgetown Railroad Company. Order overruling motion against complsinaot for security for costs. Deweee ts. Rothwell. Order appointing L. P. William i guardian to defsod infant's Interest. J. 8. French vs. Alexander Hay. Order orerrullng motion for security far costs. Bankruptcy or Jonas Green. Order to Issue rule. Bankruptcy of Robert Uaot. Bame order. Adjourned. Cisccit Court Ju&g Certttr. Teeter day this court held bnt a short session, the business of the court for this term not hartog got folly nnder way as yet. ATTOaXBTI ADMITTED. L. I. Bond, of tho Supreme Court of the United States, was admitted to the bar of this court In certain cases of Mr. A. White ley. unT itmTiCB. K C Lloewevo was excused from farther service as a juror. The marshal returned Into court tbe fol lowing list of Jurors summoned t R. W. Nicholson, J. L. Kernand, J. R. Cronln, James Forrester, John Bcrlereman, E. A. Dickens, James Donaldson, Alex. Dodge, L. F. Whitney, Isaac Mankln, J. RussellBarr, John W. Mead. Ewald rs. Freeman A Stewart. Referred to Mr. Drury and continued. Lucas A Corcoran ts. Hitchcock. Re ferred to J, J. Johnson for report. Decker ts. Onion. Judgment by default, heretofore stricken out, ordered to be rein stated. Dickson A Klog rs. James. Mr. Stanton flies a motion for Judgment because of want of affidavit or defence. Mellno ts. Fenwlek ( Williams ts. Fen- wick ueau ts. urooK ton terms.) Tho case or Thomas Hill ts. Geo. Barer waa ordered to be placed on the calendar. Busman A Brosrs. Grant. Judgment by default. Coakley Bros. . Jolce , Ballnlus ts. Keasler, Bradford Ti.Merrlman. Judgment by default. CASES TO-D1T. Tbe following cases are aattgned for trial to-dar l No. 12. 14. 20. 21. 33 for the lorr. 88, 40, 43 and 41 for tbo court and 64 ap- peaie. Adjourned. Oarnisi' Court 7udVi JVrwlI Thla court was ongagea as loaows yesieraayi LAST WILLS. The wilt of T. J. Smith, heretofore re ported, was admitted ror probate. The last wIU or Caleb Hull was admitted to probate. The deceased bequeaths his estate In rarlons portions to his near rela tives. The will or Amerlcus Brown bequeathing his estate to his wife, was filed for probate. Lrrrsas tcstamimtaut. Ilelen M. B. Upshar qualified as adminis tratrix of E. G. Upahur, giving bond in $1; &00, wUh A. S. Pardon and Israel Dills at sureties. A rnimrt. AF.m.il iahahmIi a 4ttj4 J " "" . --. .w. .. . ITATUTI Or L1MIT1TIOXI. In lh. . nf Jin. Tl WH.n. . VBIW UIUIUi.ll.tVI l WH, VU VIM U( the statute or limitations, Jadge rurcell pronounced the following opinion) Tbe courts of Maryland hare repeatedly decided that no creditor, legatee or devisee has In tbe Orphans' Court authority to In terpose the plea of limitation agalneta cred itor's claim, tbat power being rested ex cluelrely In. executors and administrators nnder the act of Maryland of 1708, which la In force In this District. In tho case of Bowling et al. rs. Lamar, administrator, (1 Gill, 858,) Jodge Dorsey, dallrerlng the unanimous oplnjon of tho court of appeals, said i "We do not regard the plea of limita tions f technically considered as such) ap EUcablo to proceedings before the Orphans' ourt. That tribunal mav. It la tine, loot to the fact of such a bar as evidence to be weighed with all other tettlmony la relation to any claim in deUrmlnlnr on Itajnallcf or tbe propriety ot passing or rejecMjg Hi but as a technical statutory bar no legatee or creditor has In the Orphans' Coort au thority to Interpose It against a creditor's claim, that power by our testamentary sys tem being rested to executors and adminis trators." In Spencer, 4 Md. Cb. decisions, 450, the court say i "By our testamentary system tbe Interpol In g of the plea of limita tions ts referred to the honesty or discretion of tho executor, and he, and he alone, can maae too ooiectton. (act oi itvb, en. iui, ch. 0, aee. 7.') Similar doctrine waa-also asserted la tho following cases i 1$ Md., 130j 9 Md , 817 10 Md.. 243. Executors and administrators aro tho legal representatives of testators or lotesta lors. This doctrine has since been declared br eminent lariats, to wltt Attorners Gen eral Wirt, Randolph, Crittenden, Johnson, aaaofcucn Adjourned. BrrrasCocaTOVTHB Ustttiu 6aTn gwUy JMvmmrff la 10 TO. On motion Of Ilea. Geo. T. Xdmuods, Wm. Henry Rawle, ei , of Feanajlranlaa was admitted to rractlco as an attorney and counssllor of tbls court. No. 61 Henry Pelbam, plaintiff; rs. DarldQ. Koae,etal. Thla causa was sub mitted on printed arruments by Mr Cob urn as counsel for the plaintiff, and by Ur, Nlles for the defendant. No. 831. John Out, plaintiff In error, rs meoiAieoi Minnesota, inn cause was submitted on printed arguments by Mr. Wilson as counsel for the plaintiff In error, and by Mr Cornell for the defendant In error. No. 03 Alex. Y. P. QarneU, claimant, plain tiff la error, re. United States. No. 00 Alex. T. r. Oarnatt, claimant, plaintiff In error, to. United States. No. 170. Wm. N MoYelgh, plalnllff In error, re. Tbe Untted States. Tbe argu ment of these causes was continued by Mr. Attorney General Hoar as counsel ,for tho defendants In error, and concluded by Mr. Cnsblng for tbo plantlffs In error. , No. 127. Nathaniel M. Tare, executor and plaintiff la error, rs. Tho Unlled States. Tbe argument of this cause was commenced by Mr Wells as counsel for tbo plaintiff In error. Adjourned until to" morrow atll o'clock; Attorneys.. Agontt, isto. JAMES DONALDSON. Justice) of tba ( amd Corneals aiaser oi ue CeBveraaalac ael all leatrapaila of Writlag arerally prpaie4, OOm, 1Sa tib. eppoalte wlllarde1 B lal Hi n,TM V llfllahfelu. Rasa no raaaifiTaaia Hr decree r Kotafaklu. Coatltble aad HU- Coatltble aa ibb Blwerab pesdaBt PrlTBte DatMtlte, cbb bIwbtb be foee4 tmr oOaateetUadtoaar kealaeae iBlrealad lo kin with prompt aaaa, jea313l J1KB8M aeorau J K WIILCOX. SCOYEL & WILLC0X, ATTOHlflTS AND COUSIILLOB8-AT-LAW, MO iUAItlUiT IPACE, (Bases er Taaaa Kooai.) WAlBiaOTOK. D. C rraetleelBall Called 8Ue Coarta eel fcafare the Paper lau )a!S 1 E. a WEAVER, ausxiorjoiT'TiiEnnAOD. CONVKYANCnil, REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENT, He 18QIQ SenBlh etreet. bet. B bbA T ilroete. ARDBEWD.OUTAI.L. Atl.r.rt.Law, Ofl.i Hi 1. Fir Hi ft kfttf itml. ippulti it. it cur Bill. RICIIAUD T. IfEBBIOU, Cani.llar.iL.w. OfleitlmiT.Afnm III .3U Ditri.ttilli no. F ltri.1. bitw... Tktrtatith I4 VilrUlitk Itr t. I hrii ) t tf L a nirn. THOUAI WILIOI. HINE & WILSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Jo). rattiJ-liaUBtVeaiaatteai K. ET. TVrv3ElJ333:y Bsal Kitats andj Qsaaral Jjuaranca Agsnt, Ho SOT P STB 1 XT, betweea Stith aad Beroala atreeU Prompt Attatmtloak OItq Set OeUeaUBu JAUIIAH'rlltBTrrAIIIIaTBBWlBIU HAOU1HS, PHsraSMaabJaalaUalfartsl. Loeh. tahlHeadle Siroaf darabloi oaiy la ale i nakea perfael work oa every da. roved Maeblae la the Harkat. Loalv Slllah. atra.1 lia mavamaal eartptloaof nileriai Bold ea eaay Uraa al tke Afaaay oaee.Blft t at tee t, eppoalte tke Peleit Ofct. aS7 In eartptloaof nileriai old ea eaay Urm el the torricut.1 ,. .BBFaaTKaaTor Btiti.i Witn-r(iTo, Jeaearr 17, 1870 f Information has IwenrecolTed at this De partment from Mr. Harry II. Deris, tlio Coasnl of tho United States at CardlO; of tbo death at Ltanellr, Wales, of MrVKonntT Dcncr. late United States Consular Jlg-ent at tha last-named place. Book and SUtionerw,.'- ?tiw books Jtrrr rcBUtnip. laiJTABDTttirTn. r HaUs.B...f. uiopfkiTor'iiri "AwVTlVit,;x ' atalk ." " . . SBLUH TRARS . .1 "AVi .!-Lf. 179 r. , ..- v. v wthu nrwl. I .ulllf tlMff BUldlftf. NOW JtEADY. LIFE OF RUFUS CHOATE wiirv xiniTiow. THE WAVERLEY NOVELS, cesTKSiAnr edition. Grolo's History of Groeco NEW T31HTION', LITTLE, BK0WH & CO , . 110 W.lhlMgt.mSlr.lt,D.lf.n. G.A.WIIITAKER&CO., B00KSSLLEES, STATI0NEBS, PEIHTEttS, LITHOOEiPnEIlS, C0BEa or ietejtii (d d stbeeh. NEW BOOKS. ApTOBIOORAPHT AMD PERSOBAI. RBCOL LCCTluBaui J Anal h nmiaii nh t..- . eix taaraaaaPablla Speaker BJ lNOCIBTS ABROaDi r Mew M.irlm'o ProBTfaa, Br Hark Twala .MPEItaa. 11 it aakala ba 3 BO Tar", izn., rua Ruraikt Uatrafor 1: 13ne,. cloth , lt ..... ... .. .uaaaaon, wjra fer abbo L. ISO a.iriar lino eioin ., .... . ,, TA8HTI BrHlaaA J Xrea Wllaoa 13iao eloth . . ,,, , ., BaLIM KbSICIirK. far hflaa M llarriaaa ISO TUB R tftEOF Hil4VMWMVIr...t, Bl I Died .Hoblaana, JloK . cloth ..... . . 1 , "iBSMUST-flirTATiyK BykarloiUaV tt w T"S ltoio.elolh , 1 UH. W. NCK ByOatda Itrao .elelh ... . H plea Of TiIRUPBS PULAR SSA A 3rrttta of 100 .mini i.wan an i.(in rvii ma SckogaarDBlied State Brlaaael Uayaa, M P .LonmBBdererUieKzMditiiiB aa elotk , , , ,. , , , . . ttso AirVEMTOkkHOfA BAlTsmRBTSift. avn ina wail ur TIttrAUiriU UrOeorfaStaadtah Papr SUAI FlILUlNO II r Hr Aaae tl as in WOKKt, KK.r.lJ. Ullio. Coml.u ft.d Kl.t.lt B4UIftrsivl. iCC" ' rri..p.rTOlBia. Ii A Lire ltd Conpl.la SUck of CIIB0H03, wklch vi in ir.rlif it UBEfli JJABUA1W3. Tronpl fttUitloi piU tl PRLDIINO and LITHOOHAPHINQ. New Books. WRTSBACtt'S USCnASICSi A Nil ekaaUa, of BaalBaerlar. aad of the La ef kUaalaea. with aa lalrodaeUea te laa B Jallaa Waiakaah ta Ihvaj aal of He. LoatrnaltoB fca Lha calao. roe yolateaa veiBBie i. TBeoreiieei Menaaiea,wuBioi wood. , alal "a text. TraaaUled by laklay B. Ooaa, aiRBDITARYOIRIOSi Aalaaati IU law i aad eoaaoaiaeaeee. B J Oellea, I LU .m... TOTBRJ'IWai Bylter. kaphaelO. O? Lewia . - , TBI MARATIME hrtaf aMBialv t IE CABAL OP IDlXt he OBterrflee f reaa 1 oarlleat daw,Bad a eonperlaoB oflteprob. rtea . By Profeaaor-J X Heart. lUae. wnu m laipiiiai arM ui. tfUd Readwkttlaae'dorit- "A very lalaraatlaf ptopHt." .V T Evtuivg rti 'A ralaable meeiolr. with Ublee ef aa? la of diauaee bftue Bar aad Darlea realoi. aadata- tlatlta of Ibe trade ef France, Eataed. aad the uauee autee. waica weaia pa tkroash the Da-riaaCaaiLM-PAi';a4Iifa BulUtin, "Kaay thaaka for year eseelleal neBoiri amoar auaypilBte ef latereal whlek yea add So tke aakjeei. iae eonrariaea will. Farlea la ertlce larly ralaable. "fl afirciSLL, " Ualtad Statea Ceait Sarrey.' Philp & Solomons, WHOLESALE AND DETAIL BQOHEILESS AND STATIOKEBI, B28 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, UitweiD Nlntb ftD. Tinth itrclti. IHOBATIHO, rBINTIKO.BINDIHO LITHOQIt APIIINO. w nT is hoiib ENTEUTAINING UK SCITAULE FOR A HOLIDAY PBESENT? BUBSORlniONS RECEIVED FOR ANT TCBLIOATION at ruBuaiiEns miOEs, At J. V. I-AItKUK'S, Cuiir Bifiitk lid I strnti. I.' tl OppmIU City Foil oaw. SAM'L B. O. BABBOUR, Wk0liutiu4 l.tftll Dlltll I. BOOKS AND BTATIONIRT. BQDOOL AND FIlit.BKOOLfTrfi)oApej.IIIOKi?ft0l. utt vit H.twi n ..j i. Hati, Capi, Boot., andBhoti. JwuiLuuriiEKSABEnisrosiNa m .or old stock, I TnilTlllnilvii naanH DIHauHVUUSill unvnt Daie jnl opened a larf a aaaortmaat ef bow BOOTS ABB IHOES, And aalllaf thera cheaper Ihaaethera offarlai tbeli eldiloek BaarlBnlBdtheraetiBoriaark looda nif',i.l. hit Sail than. .. l..r I. prleea. KaaplBSoaeofthelarfeaialockaef Boota. koM, aaddaluraofkUfradaa which yon will SfldtowearaarepreaeBlad Olvetham a eall be fore perchMlBd, eed yea wilt Sad a la-lacef u " TllABDUUUEH nnos . iMi anmbar, U79, Titaaji pooauuH'i PRoa btoreT opposTte Proposals. pKoroiAU roBiOBtianircB stores Ornei Diror Ceaj or fra , 1 8eeIA nropoaaU, Ib dBplUate, will Uralftl W. W tit eapplrlBf the followtac erllalea ' ' 11 barrela Irln riotr S9 be rraU laaitlr flea?. . MkalbarralaFamllr iear p,00poBdidrB KtaL X'L'3 .. - . K la flafaa. vraaa. 1, BrtwaSafkr OaSaeSBfar, "raaarated Si fir vim aimi Heap ! Salt. " Break tard , SalUr Bretet Major U M , paoroiAU ros sop plus , , Poar Waaaair, Maib , iro. rropoaalaladapllMU. wtihaoover thitdwr. ItaovioBl.wlll be retatvod br Ike aadaralf od eatll lleeiMka, m .eatfae Mrfc rabrearr, 1170, for aepplflBc the JollewiBf Oomtaiaaarr Storea to the Iroope ettblaPejli Jkbla at aaa Pork, BM lba Soap. Pamllr f0kbla,rioBf SJ Ball ' 11 a. J" .m- Toilet Sear LJ ' ftaiar Prewa. Tl Cbb Toaaetoaa ?0 sar, Whlia. VfCeaeCera. ITS CaBdloa. Adamaellae TkeebOToUbe) dollrered at aatk wharf la (be eu? aBeatta aa mi bo dealfaaled br laa A C St at Fort Warrta. Maes, The propoaala wlirbeopoaej el It a'cloek. e we aTatiV,,lk"r efPebraarr. WTO, at Perl War- rnpeeajawlll be marked Prepeiala for Com nlaaarr Sioraa," aad addrataad ts wiiXtAUA mutnnif Sih ArUllorn A G I . Vort jan Si pBOPOIALSPOS F0RA0I. naiaairiBrtaa Ft a it KitiTsar Dirraicr. urnoa Catar QoaaraatiaaTB, Soalod propoaala, la irlplleale. will roi t Vimiutaaia. la IrUll.ftl. ailliVi ..! .iwi--a. .'-.,. :r """" rj,iiusj5.:"i'4 ike Mik dar ef MBaOAbt, 1970, for tke datir- 'r l.rnhaakelaorOala, SOtoeaefBar, . .. SIei,Suaw. totheQeanermaaUr a Daeertmea! at Blthnead, TlritBie.la aaah qnealHIaa aa mar hereqBlred from moath to noaik, darlac the pottos ob41bk j aaa 9), 1670. Bleak fanaa tar ProtMaali.aail lafaffnallna aa t snoaau aad eoadllloae of deilf err tea be obteieed ailhlaoOte Tke rlibt torHeelaar er all bid a la reeeiTed aad tke eaeal aoadltloae reantloea4 la prarla edtar. tlMBaaata rrom tale efflee wlU be reqelrtd to be eh earrod by bidden ..The OBTelopee eoatalalea prepoaali to be narked a C?P0VU 'or PerafOaaad forwarded by mall tolklaofllee a Br rdarerUaOomaaBillBf aaral FlrtlMltl. tary DtalrUi. J Tj.CHAHDI.aK, Brarel Coloaol Qaartannaater O S, Aray. Chief QaarlemaaUr Flrat MllHary Dlatrict. ja3lii PROPOSALS FOE F HIS II BEXF naapstTasrsas PirrsMiLiTasf DitTatoT,! TBHiLITAlf BiaTklOT.1 Syatbop Tbzab. I H'lOr PSBBlarKKOB, I aiae. Ja. , IB7S J Orrica Caur Com wbi.v. .aasa. .... V. IflJV J Seeled prepoaala which meal be 1b trlplloat. Cameron, bf liana eoeaty.Texai Pnfalaana. liviiraangilr. Tain Theee ennlraote aball eomnoBaa en (he lal day ef Km amt aa.. v. iv.v ivi aav aavj niva.oa or Waa tine aa Ike Connlaaarr General of bttb alataaoa may dlreeL iaytmaau to b made la Govern nianl fnada ood and aafflatoet baa da aol to exaaad throe thoeaasd tS.000 dollara,wUl be ra.alrod from tbe eonlraetor, I'riiTMHala mast b ma J a aca ratal faaaK Mil CoBditloea aad reqalrameaU aatne aa pabltahodU pravloBa edf ertlaamaela ttlaak farwti far niafloaal. aal all lfaraatlB routine thereto, faikUkadoa erplleatloa tothle By eoBUDanA ef Brevet Major Genarel J, J Bey' ,0J". . . baiiTlt cusHilfa. PR0P0B1LS FOR rORCHASSOF BI7L1 CaSNON.Ao Bvaaap or Oaftiirta, Barr DaraaTaieT Wiaaiaaro Citt, Jeaoary 4. lrrro. I reeled propoaalo for the perakaae of SO poaader pouaaar rrroia ibm, who uanngee. BBvy-parde al Portamik B II i Boaion. Boi Terk. Philadelphia. VTaahlnatoa aad Borfolk, wUlbe re.vod atthlo be reaa nalllll cloak! ova. inuAni ai. ism. ib iae eegraaaie tnere are aooai om ueaa, tm e f araUhed oa applloBtlo to thla Bareaa yidaaralll afataa&a aanlu. fit naa. Hftliru. Implement, aad projortllee they daalre lo par cbaee at each yard aeparataly. apoclfyleg tba ealU breef faa kind of Carrie, wkotker broadalaeer pivot, and theklad of projattllaa The aaaa, Ae.. will be dellverod at the reapeellve aavy.yarda. aad mval be removed by the perchaeer orparabaaara wtthlataa dava after theaeepta,Bee ot hla or Ibolr bid Bnt ao dellverlee will be made of aey article aalll the pertiee pBrahaataf ahali have depoalud wllh Ibepeymaater of the navy yard tke fail amount of the parehaae noaey la eah eaa a. liaav nt lha naa ara aav. aaa all a, a urtu.. bla Bldaere will therefore eferaeeordlatly no offer for theae er delta at old Iron or wood will be ooaaldered, . TtXsxuf WAUsiiSWfifirlKiWii fifftJ OorerBmaal to aee-pt rropoaaia moiia oe iBaorvaa on tee envtiope "Propoealfor Porchaae of Klled CaaeoB Ae " A. LUVLUW U1II, Ja6-Wa8l Chief of Bareaa 1BOPOSALS FOR PRIIU BEIP Post Waasixarojr, Kd , I ... Jeenery 51, 1870. I Propotilaln dopllcale. with copy of thlaadter tlaomaatattachod. will be reoelyad br the noder laeed anill U ojclAck a m,. March 1, IbTJ, for eapplylai Preah Beef lo tke troopo at thla pol Toe aald Baef matt be freah of a good marketable qaelltv. (Beck, thank aad kldaey tallow to be es clvded ) Bad to be delivered at th a pott free of eott. in taca qaaaiiiy aa may ca iron iiaioto iimo re q aired by aad oa each dayeae theeommaadlag oOeer thell dealgaate. at exeeedlag four timet per week. f heaeckeof theeattlealanihUredfor Beef to be delivered nnder thla anreemcnlahellbexnl offal tha foanh vartabraliolat. and tho braaal trlmmad oowa laa ibiiii oi ioraqaartaratna.il do ant OH iniva larvoaoioar tason airai aa aaoo joiai. aaa of hind qeertere from els lo eight Uchee above the am bra far hack lolat. kUparate propoala, la deplleate, wtll alao be reealved by the aderelgned p to the aeme hou aed dateeooveaaentlonedfo' aapplylac eommla alaaoa) eaioere ead tborv remtlloo olatlaodT al thte toet.er oapalled tberefrem. with eaek ekelee aVoah ateoi at taay bibt iram nm ao aim reqaue. ansa ae I'tjfla eaa fpttu bout steak eUadlag Kibe. Theae eoalraeto to be ta feree els neeathf or each Miiuaaa aao vemmiaaary uaaorai eneu eireci Ject to the approval of the C laa Danartnaal af tha lait. laaaaooi launroer aanaioncy in ine aatl'iy or qaaatUyof thefroh baof atlpaHUd to bo daily tad. thaa the uommiaaary at ran Waahiaatoe kid .aball have the ptwer toenpply thodaftefaaa by parebaao aad liie contractor will be char fed wfllh tha dilTiraaaa ttt anat The ooalraetor will be rmolrad to eater lato boada for the cam ef one thontaad dollara, atgaed aiao by two reaponhle earetlat, whoae aamee mna. be maaiionoo in aaa iaa The propoaala will beopaaed at lOo'e'ock. am ( on in a arai any oi aana if jj. bi von Traaniacioa. Md atwhleh lime aad plaee bidden are rmaeatea id iv prvavai. Propooale will bemarke4 'ProixaIa for R-ef, aad addroeoed IB WIN SEELBY, JaSI S FlrtlLUnl 4tk AMlllary A fl fc PROPOSALS FOB PBESH BEEF. Stated propoaalo ln deplleate. with a copy of theaadertlgned natll 13 o cloak m., March 1, 170, foraapplylng Preah Boof to the troope at thle poet plying Proa aid Beef mi She eati Beef meat be freak, of a food, markot e quality, la equal proporuoaa oi fore aad hind qaart-re (neck, ahaaka. aad kldaey tallow lobe eaelndod.land lo be deilvered-et thla pool free of eoti, ib aaca qaaaitiy aa may irom iimoioumebe eqalred by. aad oa each daye aa the Commaad Bieaearahall dealgaate, aolexceedlag fear tlmea The neat a of the cattle alaaghlered for beef to be delivered aadar thla agreemeal, aball be cat oir l the fourth verttbraljolnla aad the breket trimmed The ahaaka of the fore qaartert to be ent off front three to foar lnehee above the knae Jolal, aad of hind quarters, from els to eight lachea above tbe gambrelor hock Joint. The propoaala will alao ateta. al what price per pound choke ante wilt be fnralahed for aalee to o 111 cere. The detract ta be la force for elx moBlbe or each leaa time bo the Cemmlaaary Oaaaral ahall direct, eommeaelnc April 1, ISTO. aaA OBbjecl to tho approval ol tha Cemmaadlag Oeaeral ef the DopartmeBtof thelaat. Tha eoatraclor will be required to eater late bo ad for the earn of oee Ihoaaead dollar, algaad alao by Iwo reepoaalblfl earcUee, whoae aamee mntl be meatloaad la tbe bid a. propoaale matt be dlattactfy ladoraed Propo ale for Fraah Beef, ' and addreeaed to the uader etgaed Tbo right la raaerved to reject any or all bldauol la Ibe tatereat of the Halted ulai other eoBditloae, reqalremoBta, pay m at, Ac, made kaowa oa appllcatloa to tho nadaralgaad Af G OBIEB. Pint Ileal, i a TJalUd Slelee artUlary, ACS JaaSl St PROPOSALS FOR ARUT TRANSPORTATION Orrtca Catir QcAariattiaTia, 1 rt Aiooia, , aaaary as, iniv. a BEILED PROPOSALS will be received al thle urn emu i.I T .i ai iB-m. '- tha TUAUBrOKfATlOH OP VtLITlRT. INDIAlf, AHDaOVBRaMBHTaUPPLlKi, by wagon, dating ike year eemmanclng April 1, 1670, ad aadlng March U, 1871, from Port ofbaoB, I, T .and each point or point ea the Miaaoarl river. Fori Beott, aad Oalf railroad, ae .may, dar IBg tne ozibmboo oi lam aairaa. oa aaainia, ii any plaaae that mar be dealt naiad by tbo forward g oOeer la the ladlaa Territory, aad lo Port vuivai u .1 inith.arBaatae. hMi.n alll ata Bidder will atale the rale per 100 poo ad t per ICO mllee at which they will tranaporl Iboeuppjleela each mOBthoftbe year, beglBBlBg April 1.1G70 , The weight to bo tranaported will aolezooeila tne aicrvgaio .mai.uuu peaeua BldJorewlll atatelhalrplaeta e! ffi ;ah propoaal mutt be aceompenli UOOilnoiaaor eertlfled cheek pay l9 iki .iin ..!. 1 aaa aaaraat. aal muttbeaceompenledpy adapoallof hat ill award la made to blm, the bidder will aeaapt lt aad cater Into co a tract with good aaJ tuOeleat aeeariiy. ib acooroaaa wiiu .miaui tun an iiunni aald aam to ba rorfaltad to tha Ualtad SUlee Ib cam of fallare by the party to whom tbe contract may be awarded to execute la due form each contract. Bach bidder mutt be pre eat at the opening of the propoaala, er no npraaaaiaxi ur anoraai Tne ooalraetor will be required toglyeboadla Ika aaM ft BllAA aad tO 111 Or THMllltalT SOB Irol Uam eohicleat to traatport at Icaat 170. 0U0 Halltfaetof y evldeaeeof lha loyally aad eolvesey of each bidder and peraoa offered ae tworltywUl VopVpoial will be eaterlalned unleaa It fully h.n Ji1. tk. t..Mi jr tkl. ftil..rt!i.maBi TkiMrl.lnakiiM aa ifllfj la mad a unit be prepared to exeeate the contract without unneea aarv delay and to live the required bonda for the felt Mai parformanee of the eostract. Tkerlekt lo reject aay aad all bd that may be offered fa raaerved ... The contractor mail belt readlaaea foraervlee by the 10th. day of April. IBID, aad mutt have a place of b aal a aaa or agency at whlah he may be eontnlted with readily al tba alanine; point or pot ata of Ike roale B y naihoritr of lha Dcpattmeal Cammaader 1. u a A a , jasM ft Bev't. Q M Oen 1 COM EsJlrood Bout. LIXABDRIA. mfPggAp BAKPSBIHI ikT" ""? """r "ooeoiaer TbemalltrmlBwillUaT PiiBBdaT, aia jV m ( iiV-"-"i ".Wr B-rr M.isUMhe tralaa ea v ins IVI1HWI from Its tnll wIlhKarap'aballr Hi ! IITIII), who naa mar a tut i lhaig dallr for Ball daetttf IjALTlMUkl 1HD OHIO RAILROAD. .. a . Wjitn-Tdf v Dee , J .ISM. UORR. did WARIIIBOTOa AND fill VTIST, tre bow ran ae followa. vjtt teeTedaltr.eieapt Saadar. at T 00. S 00 aad Wa, Bt., todU.fi. S m.S 1i w andLOOp at . , FOB AfclWAfSTATiOai. ' Uaradallr.ex-MSnBday, al TOO tad I a m aBdS.SOBBdS.vTpn. FOB ABV APOLIR Leave at 7 aad a.We.m aad ASOp m Kolrali toorfrom Aanapollaoaaeadiy ia lunuiii .. ,0H BALT1H0RB. Leave all a, m aidSSOaadSpm run 111. umrani pile urn Leave dally, en-eept Salerday and Sander, at a,m,aeQ, eedlp at. On Sa lard ay at T a to. aad SO p m. Oa laaday ai .fto. aad S.00p,a, ealr.oot- aioTetoVrkeellBa.Pnrkarebarf.ae -.;aV.-..irvi."'L-rk."T";'"" " '"' WaAblafloahUIIoa Tttket Ollceal all hoera la IBadav adrerllaemealof ' ThroDfhLlae.r t u mi. . ffj'",rT'siloruiioa, KvM COLE, OaaeralTlaket Afeal " Otu S KOOBTZ. Qaaaral Atwl. vTe4htaita. HimiTt mil mnnmm 1 Rlid n rmiam -;.K n.".--':".'J- iJ iv a hb m waa u n n I , iuu r I wisr . ABD SOOTH. On aad after Bof 14. 1MB, tralaa will leare aa Waa hi a ate a t Wa.ra (Baltimore . itr '.' Ap ml tip m Tfll OREA1 IthELKUAB .wrJt .an..AJSS LKUAHT ICKNERT. Valaaaatt. ma L"i"li"'" JlV " day and ) hi eara. wllh tao4ere Improvamaaia, aad aevlag from four to twelve hoerala lime ev-r eay other ronle. Two hoadred mllee aaved to itber ronle. Two baa 4 red mllee av iraandpantrei Hew York. - ik daUt iipHRsa tk.IHS wis TWO BAltT EXPRESS TBAIB! Tlloi :j EXPRESS TRAIBI NORTH. Beltlmore to KOCUEiTIB aad TkroBih from: rfTTSBDsa fii raaaeniere bytkle roeto fro theadvaateceoermaklaf aUel OKPots. aadaoFEKltltS haatee la UftlOB Tlekata kv tala nil. aaa Ka hu.h1 aa aha bbi, ivriii oi auia iirni aae roBBayifaaii avanne. aadar katloaai Hotel, where reUableta formation will be Uvea al ail tlmea, PaaaeaiareproeariBf tlckota al thla ettre eaa ae JareaceominodaMonataSlenliiKCararorEImlraei 'lltabara PERofasfilAfTlVkelAFeil, Corner Sixth bl and Pobb. aveBBe. K . - ,VTaehlBtlea. B 0. ED 8 TOUVO. Oeaeral Paaaeacer Ac eat. alr BeJUmoro, Bid. ;;." - v oirrr.TT. ---.-- - .-- rrHRonon LIKE betweeb WAJHIBOTOB. l. i-uiaautbruiiAgiiaiw iusk , . . wAaajnevoa. SepL UJMt-iti, Tratat batwaaa WaaMaa-taa aaiTV.a T.ih a .. bow re a aafoliowe. yiii rvn aT lujm, witnoai caaare or care. V"'lllrIP Snnday) al iltia. n ,1141 sdS 00 p a, J F0R PHILADELPHfA Leave dAllv faTaant liijiml and a ra .11 At aodSSOpm . OWSOHDAT, Leave for Hew Tork atBODpn aad Phlladal phlaatS Upn, Sleoplaa care for Bew Tork ea 00 m. train Vlirotfhtlcketa t Philadelphia Bew Tork or Boa tea, eaa be had al the Station Omee at alt heart ef the alar See Baltimore aad,0hlJUMTe4 advertlaoaMat for aahadalo batwaaa waaaJagta. Balttntore, AanapollaaadtkeWott. fTh vTlLSOB. r. if r.r.r J....raM?a?!.!J",'a L M COLE Ocaaral Ticket Aaaat. OEO JtuoflTt. Aieal WaaklagUa. Stfomboat Lines. Ijon i.iTEnpooi, AitD auEEnn : TOWN ISUA.f L19R OF MAIL STEAMERS SAILI3TO FROM BEW TORK XTSBT SATURDAY sad alleraate TCISDA1S PAat , Tlekrl aotd It aad from Ragland offTaTIrelBadeBd the toatlaeBt. For futile ajaaaaazfc formation apply to JOHB O. DALE. Agent, IS broadway, .T.,or Jail If njuubtiun VU , Beak an, Waaklagtoa MSKCUAHTB- X.IHE OF STEAMS HI PI trwaaa n WASHIBOTOX ariO BEW TORK, k-A ssun tFiuTH l.ll . -'. - ut "yowBi i. a isiravii batra niw iwtitt. tromrierw. aaat atver. every WEDWI8 k nndSATURDAT.atap n, LwveOSOBQE TOWBeverrMOBDAVaalTilUKHDAT.atllm For fall lafarmatloa. armllA It I A ntimiu Agent efflee and wharf foot of Ulghttreet Ueorge Iohb.oibI tbe corner of fiarntath ttreet aad oiT'imiia airvai J. W THOMPSOIf, now soraavoaaaw . enn ir Hall cai. D II. I' E B K I If S , WONDERFUI. DISCOVERY Or THE AOE, Haaaara aataJ wIIIia.I IV. aM a IV. b.if. - pala lo the patlaat. J aree g a ana t aed All who are a filiated wllh thle horrible dlee thould go at oaeeaadeeeDr Parkin, Bo 437 Blath afreet. naartbe eoraer of B a treat, Waahldgloa, D G Alao, prtvetodUee-ee of all klada lo which Ibe human family ta heir lo treated with woaderfat anecaaa , to which thooaanda of the nuforiuBale eaa taatlfy who have bea aaved from a prmaturo grave Be mem bar the placet offlao 437 Blath iiro-t neartaecoraeroiatireet.waeblBgtoa.D C. Jatt cotf Tn. VAN YOU, DYNAMIC PUY310IAN, Caree. EUKPMAT1I11 WITHODT UsDaCIKI. DR FANTOU, DTNAMIO TUTSIOIAN, Cane Iaclplaat Coaeumplloa WITBOOT MID1C1BE DR. FAB TQD, DIBAUIQ PHTSICIAB, DR. FABTDU. DIMAMI0 PHTSICIAB. Caree PemaJo Weakaeae aja alVlta. tdag-CCa- plataU. WITHOOTMEDICIBB. Dr FABTOtT eana Stammerlnff Dr FAR TOO earee Deafaeea, flUaeUeai, eta. nrrioa abb Raataaicft 13041 O ttreet, Batweea Thirteenth aad Foarteeata ttreet. JalS Im iHWi"ftya,l,l,PHt,lT FORWOMEB ABD CllILDBEN,atthoCqlamblaHoiptul, eoraer of TwcBty nrihairoataud PonaaylvaaU avenue 0S?"..U' 7 eaeeptei, from 11 tolp m MedlclaaaeadedvlcarreeAf chart to the coot Mob J ay Dr L. W Ritchie TueedBT ...Dr. Laata Ifaakalt. Wedaeaday pr VTm. Lee, Tharadey ,, ., ,...Dr Baaey. frlday br F, A, Avhford Saturday ... ... By D W. Preatlee. Dr Thorn peon will hold a targlcai Cltatqee every Batarday el i 0 p m. ajTI If mu i a is to i. ACSIOKtr baa ohlalaed from the Orphaae Cop r l of Waahlatloa Coonty, la theDlatrlat of Colambla, UtUre teaiamoaUrr oa IheperaoaaJ ec w va niciuiaa raatai, iia ot rraeaiBftoe county aforetald deoaaeed All peraonn havlne clalma aftlatt tha aalddeoaaeed are hereby warned to exhibit Ibe aame, with the vonchera thereof, to ike enbeertber, oa or before theUth day of Jaa aery Beit i they may oiharwtae by law be ea. ctoded from all beaent of eald ealate (It van aadar my head thle Vth day of Tannery, 1870 MART lHBLAM. ' JaSS WSw. Xzeeatrlz THIS IB TO GIVE HOTICI THAT TBI BUB 8CRIHBR haa obtained from the Orpbaaa' lBmbia, lottera teatamaBlary oa lb per ao aal aetata of Jaaa L OkAiAfei. late of Waahi ai to a Uonrtof waakiBftoaconaiy. la tha Dlatrict ef Co city, deceaaed All peraoae havlny olelma clalme acalnat the aaid detected are hereby weraed loenhlbll Ike aame, with lha vonchera thereof, to tha aabterlber. oa or before the elk day of Jeanery nezlttbey may olhorwlee by lav be eraeladed fromallbeaaaiof the aald eatate. Olvea aadermrhaad thte lib. day of Jaanary, Wi UEOU. OBAI1AM, janu vraw- Jtamiaittrator. w a. Tnis ib to aivs rotici that tdi scb. tori barn have obtained from tbe Orphean Oearl oi naaniaaioa joaair. in am uiairietoi vomm lo eablbll the aame, with the vonchera thereof, to aaa aioainwii va vr miui laaautaaar m jit nary aexli they may otberwlae by law be ex. eluded from all bcaeBt of tbe aald ealate Olvea nader my hand thlaBth day of tannery, IBTO BAMU1L AOBMAAT, jail WJw- Ezecntor U WaeaivaToa, D,Ot, Jen 15,1170. Oa the petliloaef Oaoaoao MnnaiLt of lha I. nrneFaUa. hfaae.. admlalairator of Ira Herrlll, aeed prayian ior ine exteatioa or a patent ud In tha aaid Ira Merrill oa lha fU dav af April. 181. for aa Improvement la Maoblae for Ton nail a a and Quarry lag i It la ordered that the teatlmoayla theeaaebe cloaed ob the S2d day of March aezti that the timo ior niiaa aiianiiH aaa ua aiimiiari rt port be limited To the lat day of April aeat. aad that eald petltloa ba heard oa tha ftih day e April next. ' airparava vtr wyym imi.ii.uing Jail WS1 rrBIB IB TO OIVK HOTICI THAT TDE BUB i atcriDar naa smataav imia aaa uipaaii axiarioi WaahlagtOB eoanly In the DUlHcl of Colombia, latter a of admtettlreltoBea IhepertoaaletUleof llixay CAttiPT, late of Waanlaato eeaaty alareaald. deceaaed. All peraoae having clalma agajnal the eald deceaaed are hereby weraed t exhibit the name, with tbe voacbere thereof, le thetobaarlbar, oa erbofaialhe 1Mb day of Jean ary next i they may otherwtte by law be excluded from nil bcaeBt of the eald eaUta m. ..,, .. iV5' Vi f I V5.r- JiM WJw Admlalatralor UKITIDBTATEBPATiriTOFFIOX, WaamnqTOx, D. C Jaa tl.1870. na tha natulan Of Wlllll B 8ABTLB. of HlV arh Mew York, praying forlbe exteaeleacf a arh Mew York, praying forlbe exteaeleacf a pnULt granted to Blio. JMhatM .day of April, toM, and reltiaed oa ibYStfl defot May, IBM, for an improvement la Haohlae for Bowlai FeitU !" ...a.k.. IK...... a. .1 . It leoruerau . tu i'iuihhbi ib aaal cloaad oa the 4 day of M tfArh next, uu the 1 for fill trfnmaaiaaaiUelaWnetre repei limited to the let day of Iprfifext.fcad that pciHIoa be heard oa tha 6th day at April aexL a aee ba the lime report he tain Aav Miut mar OBOoae thla extanalaa. ' BAntOBL 8 f rSRBI. )a WJw CoaamUalOBerofVatenta. pUAMDILUBBAaDOVniBOAgyiXTDBIS The largtal and raott varied eolUctloa of OILT aad bKuHZR VlXTUULs ever broaghkU thla ell J, .Foreale almauu facta rare' prleea lakTA Iw V10 raaarrlTaaUaTcaa Ait.Bn. itnr. a., v tl lit.) ft m . ttt . , p.frrtiM. ... ;::si: a WlilwJt'i?6 1 Hnllcal XDX3 33X2Sr3r'& j iw-a. V 'lP"to FRENCH REMEDY a Z .vurncjE inc. juiicauf iiLnui, Roots and Borrlos. roi CONSUMPTION.! Audita Attcnilact Curdle it LIVER, "STOMACH. BOWELS. h 1WEYS AND DHINARI, OPOINS, rr ruxinxA axd tsaictus TBE BLOOD the Bill an, Glandular. ' Rv.nnp.nvpsYaTP.wi V m . . .i, Correct! ana Iltsuuui tfv. Tho NERVOUS ft & i MUSOULAB F0E0E3. O a tg virfii.j aiaav.w 11'm.iw, F Mb i Colleye fleee, 61 Coder it, , . paw inrai Marcan ranaoai na 111 rraani'"aL, uanimore fl aad ST1 haaa imia. Waahi Lliiitont 113 Klac etreet, Alcxaa. Jdrlnta. , 1111 11.1 VLBOTTLEII rii, S'a rnltl,aal m nt t an nm ot fiPtoipric i.-(tt iht ft Dally report are made of relief affordti tiy thla remarkable remedy , . faraone la Daltlmore, carioaa to learaef hee ta from Ha ate may taojolroal aotloath Kataw. 83 ataiK nka.i.a.'n iiaa.nvar.ai Bt faal. 141 Freak lla.TlXI BaretoieiM end tl north Ollmore,lB3 north Qav atreeu. alao of draccltU e anarally ail tno orOFIiau, aaa aiianoi vi pvraoa im TraehtaitoB, b C, AJosandria,f a., aad thatar reeadlaaeeaaUr, kaewefcaree by thle Howff J7oftaee CnmpHn laraa, bat fonad bo relief 1 wae very alrk all ae miner I weal Into the eoantry.hoplai 11 weatd heaekl met bnt wfaoi I rttntaed myeooehvrta morovioioaa iBaaavor, inaaainfauai ticmor aerveflo, aad aaffared from abortaeae of breath i eootneaineaeaenuyt eonta aoieierpi aaaaoep petite. I IrtodevaryihlBimy frleeda recomtneBd. ed bBironadaerellefaerullrlAdDelllBf W. derfal Remedy Itoek thle rvmedy, VUftf aj.abonl elikl moathaaad myfrtaadaaad aandrtdaof ae qoalaUaoM la Waahi niton, wto knew ny eap poaed hope leaa and bed.rlddea eondltloa, are ear prlaod to eee me attending to my hoaaahold affaire aed a boot the olty.eppareBtly aewll aa other people ceaeralty I have roeemmaaded II to eev era! efflteUd pereoae daring the year, who have heea beaeltted by It a aaa llaa LotriaAnirapLa.nsaatraaL waeBinoron.v u iaept.ii iou t lad a eovere eoaxb, reaaltiBg from a neiWied OIO I lrl-d vartoaa pactoral remedlee wlthont beaeBI. 1 had alehl earoota, end wea oomewkal elarmod A ladr frlead ofPCDUf ajarof la alaf I waaaatlrely eared. I have and ae retarget theelncknaaealace For All Throataad Lnn Complalntl Flaurlajt Atthmn, Dlpthcrlat Drom bltla.CataiTh( Inddon Colda, and In flam mat lea of th Iwmeje. ce tr TYALTIMO&S LOOK HOIPITAL. ISTADLlSCXDABAKIFUairSOHQUACXIST ar. auuiiBiud aaaaiacoTaroa loo moiicoriniB tpeedyaadonlyereelaal ramedyla tkewotld fit. Week eta of Ike Back or Limb a, Btrlataree, Affee lloa oftko Eldaava aad Hlaitdar. tavalaatarv Dla ehargea. lupoteacy. Oeaeral ilebl II y, Jfervona aeae, Dyapepala, Laaiaor, low tpltiie, Cea rnaloa of ldeaa.l'alpiutlon of the If earl. Timidity. TramHlait. Dlmaaaa of blghlor Olddlaeoa. Pia eeaeaoflbellead Throat. Heeeer Ikla, A feci tone :r the Laaga. btomach or Bowel thoae terrible ltordert artalag from the Solitary HabUaof Toath taaaa lanaar aaa guiry praciicaa nor laiai ia lataaaiai ainai llaf their moat brl darlni nierrlaie. eepeclally, who have baeomoThe vlctlma of Bell' Ury Viae, that dreed En 1 and deatrnctlve habit. r van, io.i i,wiiai aaa a..tiuira vawiti ich ABBOAllyaweepa tOABBBtlmalytravethoa wbicb aaauaiiy awvana toaa nautnaiy gravamen aaneeof yonngmenf Ihn moal ox ailed ialeate aad brilliant tatellect, who ulahi olherwlte have en traaaad Itataalaa-fiaaataa with tha thnadara af ata onBoe. or waked to ecatacy tho Jlvlag lyre, nay eall w Ilk fall eeaf deaee. MAiKlAOl, Marrloatroreoae. a r liana Haa cAaUmvlatlBB aaniaan). being aware of phyaloal we.kaeae.ei. geale debility, deformltloe, Ae.. eptadlly eard. tUV "UeeehlmMlfaadei the ara f Dr J. na7nnTyaelf"eoaa4 &." aeaainpa tmmm, aaawaaaiaur (ay spva je ituita a PBT" '" ... Immndlately Cared and Fafi Vigor Uottored. Tala llraaArnl Dlu.u aHah hiJih T.lfa Mlaorahla tad Marrlaxo Impoaaible la the ceaaltv paid IbyAhe vlcttme of Improper ladalxance enng peraoa are. loo apt to commit exeeeeee from aot being aware of iko dreadful oneeqeacee tba maveaaue How, who thai uaderaUade the tab tact will preteed lo deny thai the power of proerea Uoata lott aooacrby Iboae falling lata Impropor aaDiiataaa ny tnprneeBi neaiaoaBoiagaeprtveei the pleaaaraa of healthy Seprtni the moat aarlene aaddeetructlve aymptoma lobotn body and mtad arlae Tha tvaUmbeoomea daraagad, tke Vhyaical aaa niatai i aaauvaa wna.nn, iiomoi rrocrea live rower. Hervoua Irritability, Dvapepala, Tal Sllatloaof the lleart, IndlgrallOB, Coaatltatloaa eblltly,a Waetlag of the Frame, Congha, Coa. aamptlon. Ae OFFICII SOUTH FBBDiniCK 8TRIET, ltflbaadttde going from Baltimore atreet, a few doore from the eoraer Fall aot to obeorve aame aad anmher, JNolatiera received anleaa pott paid aad eon Ulaiagatlampto be paed oalhe reply fcreona writing ahoald atele ago, aad tend portion of ad TiniftataiaatfriBuaarnriiada .. . ... .DB-JonwiTOM, f't J addreaaoe all Iboae who have Ininred them ree by Improper ladaJgaaeooeBd colliery habile. wnieara.a ooiaeoov aaa niine.naniuagtbeu for either batlaeae, elnd y.eoclety or merrlege Theee are eome ef Ike end and aieJaaefcoly efeela produced byearlraabtteof yoBth.vle. Weekaeee of tho back aad Llmha, Pal a a la Ike Head, Dim. aeae ef Bight, Loae of Muaealer Power, 1 elpfletloa of tdeee, Depreaaloa of Splrtta, Kvtl Vorcbedlace, Averaloa to Society, Self dlafrnat, Love of Doll' tndo. Timidity, A e ,areeomeofiheevlltprodaeee: fkatlelkeiaaaeof their declining health, Taaaiaaaaai naiioia ai aiiaiaaaaa am ef allageacaa aowJadge raeciining noatta, iot i la tad. kavlno a afaanlAraDDaaraBaa itwnlila eyeeaeeaghtaadBympiomeofaoBaaaiptloa. TOUflU Man who have lxared Ihcraeelvea by a eertata practice Jedelgtd la whea alone hebllfreanealiy learned romevlleompaBloaa. or at echool, Ibe efecle of which are aiahtlyfelt. even when aaleep, andlf aol eared ran dare marriage Impoaaible, aad do. a ire ye both arnad aad body eheaid epplylmme what a pity that ayooag Baa, the hopeofhte eoaalry, the pride of hie percale, ebonld be t tetched from all protract a a&dealoyueate ef Ufa, y theeoBtcqoeace ordevlatlag from the path el aAtnreead IndsUlng la a certain eecrat habit, SathpcraoaiaoaTtWforeaontamplatlag MAHUIAOI reloctthata aoundmlnd aad body are the mod ne eeaearyreiultleeto promote eoanahlalhapplaeaa Indeed, wlthont theae, the Journey threat h life eeeomee a weeryptlgrlmagtheproapeelaonny darkonetotke vtewi ihcmlad boeomeo abed owed Jllhdeapalr.and llled with the melancholy ta action thai the bapplacte ef eaoUei become a "tiWillftV.iijituDEiica. Whea the mitgulded aad Imprudent velary e cli.inra Bade ba haa lmhlbad tha aaada nt Ihia palnfai dlaeaao.lt too flea bay reaa that aalll ,ilKl ainaaaavuM him from a timed aenee of thame, or dreed of dUeovery. datara aim iron appiiiagtv i aad rcepectablllty, cat ralfalaidlhahaadaor ti lying to laoee who. from education ana reap-cia.uiuir, jaa aiona Deirioaa aim tie fella lato tbehanda of Ignorant aad declining pre- teadere.wko, incapableof curing, fllah hlapcea eieoi caring, nieb hlapcea uvbib, . mm in.iill.lilll ! mm ay UlBod, ana (a de-palr leave aim wllh rulaed health to at hover hie galling aleappolnlment i or, by thenee of thai djAdrypoleoB. Mercury. beaUee ten eoaaiitauonai cympioua oi tbla terriaie aia eaae, enehaeAffeetlea of the Head. Throat, ifoaa, J kla.lt a , proareaaleawlth frlghlMrapldlir till oath pat" ported to hleareadfal eeVarlaf by eaadtag him to that adlaeovered eeaetry from whaaaheuraeaotreveT-rreiur-e. .. aawvaaaaifli ui t it id Pai Tbair latlara" bla laettintl n. In tbe follow tkelr lettered j jOmBBT'oII, M D , aaert -" UalUmore Look Boepltal. intbefollowUB tng naaaer Waliimere. Maryland. OO U 0 n LI M I PBDO BTOEI, OPFOBITl Ma aalo Tamwe. PeeoripUoae accurately aad hoaeeUr aeppvaaJid. aa4 at the lo wen thargee, j& aVLailU B tha Unlled fetatee.and the greater part of whoea ir e haa beea epeat la the hoeplteJe of London. 'aria, Philadelphia, aad eleewbere. hat effecud eomeef the moat attonUblat caret that were ever kaowai maay troubled wltk ringing lathe bead aad eare when aeleap, greet aarvonaaeaa, being alnrmedateaddeatonadti baahfulnett, with fro. aaenlblnahlng alteaded aoma tlmae with aderaate. meataif the ml ed.were cared Immedlalaly TAKl PAkflCDLAR HQTinK et iae ueari, uyepepeia, nervoa irritability . p raagemeatef the DlgaatlveFuaatloBe, Oeaeral Da blllly , Bymptome of Coaeompiloa. MBBTALLf.Tpereerrai eaeftaeat&e mtad are aahta ba treaded Loaa ef Maine rv. Coniaatoa Inliaa wtthla the laal elghieea yearc, end ue "'" Surgical OperatloBC performeJlyv Dr JehBeton. Wltneaee4 by the report ara of B..8"' "5 maay other pepere. aotle of whUh apbeared axala aad again before Ike pablle, bealdee hlg ttVadlag aa a geYlleminV aba racier and rcapaial. bUHF.""naTele BRIM DISKAaks bl SalllLl CUHBD. . " H!."T...IJ hattarilrafar la Jlrl. raiiaia wiiuaa ?-..-- .'.