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THE HATIONAIi )tfcEPUBIiIOAN, TUE8 DAYiloROTN&, SEPTEMBER 51876:
i V . y"t .M ' -. .
pAntMliifnc Cards of Flrst-Claes Estab.
U1-untut9 In all Branchei of Bull
oess in the District.
J. A. Biker. 935, scs. W I. ., bet. sth A 10th st.
Samuel . 1'almer, 57 Gr -Georgetown.
Imii fnr !..?'. I'rtJaaclDhia Ale. Trad.
supplied. Id caks and bonnes.
ARCHITECTS AND iTSBISEERS.
chas. t. iai a i o.. fr.Tth st., o?p. rat. oaee.
Hoffman, Franklin A Co., Met. I '.ant' Elildl,
Imn II MrClll. SI I e Droit Building.
W. M l'oln.Iexter. Vwnon Kow.
Henry 1". bfarle. 710 E et-, opp. 1. O. Dept.'
tin. J. Mln. IrfT 1NMF street, nearllla.
ATTOlt X ETh-AT- UW.
Unas. Alxrl .' IJdhnAV. Warner, 637 F St. N,W.
O.U.I! rre nils tltvct.
Blrneyi : in. . Ht street N. W.
C. b. I'ilttu i t-rn ) -at-L-w, 45G Louisiana ave,
J'at!ilo i. Calivlun. 4 u 7th stmt N. W.
H. H lladli-v I in -iii'K rj'oratlonj, 5la 7Ui st.
O. Morr 141 V -! . nar 1 r. ury Department,
ll.VNUS AM) BVSKERS.
Klgp.vo. ExcutU a -., cor. nth St.
Ijewl .lolnw n a ( ... uaVers. buy an-1 seUGOT
era. i nl lion,',, it m i ..l eail..iuge. Draw otus
of t iai .i lu jV i, o suit, on Kutrlani,
tr ii t i- - .i-.ny i-r.l. u. Holland, snitztr
' ' ' IM n'rL il.tii.iiig Uouse, cor. Penn,
a ii I lili -l. V. m in i'lace.
G- A.n r.nn "iU.ig tta'ilcand Sxf? Deposit
vmii s Ffbral I'nti.ilngs nr. 7lh&ndFsts.
HMa SOTi; CXUHAVERn.
JExc r I'-i... Not, (i.iiipiij, lirj New Ttork
a i, - J.kn I.. "A 1,'yotu I'resiient. New
o ' ff (.., Sro. t ay, cor. "Aarren st,
Col ni - t tnmti Ua:h Itoon9, S2I 8tb eun.fr
F. K it- -. M jt.. vu V suit O s-.
i;i s.i.-s-o'v : i.k;..
'g t i 'ii -t-t-et u. w , near Sin.
ELI A. fit I.KX.
A.T.W j. -l: ulai.l a"l blcacber,?21 Pa. ave
Flrst-cls - Hoar.' and Kooms.S03 K 6t.,nearF.O.Dept
Golomone..V I In pm-i.n. Metrepolllan Bootetore. Pll
ra.An , bt u sth .ul Ml. sm. Constantly en
nand 'be newt -t iml mo&t fashionable styles of
plain a.iU I mes vialionery. 4 ara piaies, ---ii
corae and wedUnp InWallons enieraed l( the
nlgbest style of ilie art All the new publica
tions ri4in d as toon a issued
I. A. Brorfian. ( aili.'lie. ) SB tt,. bet-SthilOUl,
Tm. JSallantyii". illeilir.ou, ic.,)428 7tb st.
J. V. Free Jr 1S7 F St. opp. Ebbltt House.
A. L. Han lion, 42S7th t., O. K. Hall.
I.. Heilbrun's Cheap shoe Store, :7ia St., b. D.
M, Fnnk. l:oot Maker, II E street northwest.
C. Carroll, No. 14Seet.nd street norteasU
Katlonal Urass Works, 316, 313 and 33 13th ft. n.
w.; Tbos. somer ille, manufactnrcr of all arti
cles used In the riumbiuK and Uas and Steam
FUtlnff Hc3lues. a complete stock of ilflumberi'
Supplies. JSLC. ennotantlvon hand
Tor saK 1(,000 No. 1 pres brick and 500,000 No. 1
band-made brick; Appli man 4 l!ro..UH 1'a.avn
llK()9IZlMi. UILDISU, Ac.
Edward Molp. WH 7tb st . shoos opp. FatentOQce.
Spencerlan l'.uol.i ss ( oll go. 7th and It sts. M. W
Z. H. Kins. 1331 O st. and S 13th St. n. w.
CAKl'E.MERS A. BUILDERS.
Bobt. J. lemlRtr. aji Ti nth strict aarthwest.
IiOrenro lllce- 4-41 Maine at nae.
CARPETIXS, OII.CI,OTBrS, c
Wtn. S. MltcnelL si3 rket Space. Carpels, Oil-
Clotbs, Mauinics, tc
Bobt H.t.ralinni 410. 4'i 414 -In street n. W
MeDerrj tt A h- ., ill' l'a. avc, near 3d St.
WmSeek Wa?"' and arrlaKes, 2109 lEt.ll.ir
f. c. Lar iCfc.1 la-Ja 'ts and Broken,Z3 V4 ft.
it. W. Vli'lakr. "IS i.lh .. near Treasury Dipt.
Mrs. Dr. K'la, i: i in una a,.: also l'lanet Header
aoab Walkir A o. of Itaiuiuore, CSTa, are
JohnW Knie V s ' o ntulssloner and Exami
ner In Chancery. tJi Till si . under 2d 2iat'l Banlt.
COX1T.ITIOV ERI ES.
J. Henrr Allrs. ioia uth -i-et northwest.
CORSETS, SKIRTS, c.
Donglas i llro.. 9th and F sts.,Su Cloud Bnlldlnps,
Corsets, swirls and '.adle' aad 4ientlemenl
. Stewart Co. Eatmc House. 35 Tenna. aTn.
cklcs A i. llMnni Koous, 303 Llth St., so. Of AT,
T. X. Uooiey, i3 l"a. ave. southeast.
D. 1. llkllluR. Ai l'a. ave., Washington Uonaa
6. (4. C. Mimns. cor. 14th tu and N. V. a.e.
8. K. Lea is. 1 harma. iU 1404 141h street, near F
lrs. M. A. llrtjrirs. N Y. Dye House, 709 Sth st
W. H. tMiealliy, 4i4elTirjn St., OeorKetown.
Wetnhelmi r A Frankel steam Dyeing, Ac, t8 Uth
GeoreeC. Maynard. 143 St., corner Fifteenth,
fflectric li 'Is nd Clicks put up and repaired.
Eureka l-mp. Ofi'ce. Mrs. LonleC. Butler, HIO at,
H. H. N lchol l.u roa Wood, Le Droit Building-.
J. BrTnan.Oiu"l tnpravcr sl57lhst.,oD. rat.OSIca
wTm.F.Lutz. tnf'ion tV'Ml and Metal, 123 ra.aT.
J. D. Munn, Card Euraver, 25 Fenna. avenue.
Herman llaumKarten. seals. Dles,Stamps,2ai l'a. ST.
Adams Eipres. i. u. l'a. a., Gco.lW. Moss, art
Xinox's Express. tu l'a. v . and 65 Brldfe St., iitu
WoodrulTs Fat nt or riUne Fapers, 7058thst.n.w,
White A Brother 4 Me aT. a. w.
FurnUht-d Booms. is lVnnsTlvanla'aTenne.1
UAI.TA.MZEn CORNICES, ETC
Whyte AOnnnan. comer island 1 ctreeta.
Odce c. S. Ins lor of t.-. and Metres, 408 Tenth
street. Office hour . from 8 to 5.
AS FIXTURES, PLDMBISG, Ac,
Win. K itliwe.i. U3 i itm t s. e. Mantels at cost,
Hall A Hume, n:T Markei nyace.
Hadame Dubois, from 1'i.rls 1211 Pennsylvania aTe
HARDWARE AND CUTLERT.
J. W. Kenui-dr & o.. 6U l'a. av., bet. Gth and 7th,
HATS, CAPS, FURS, Etc.
?, VT. Bresuan. I'mcticat Hla, elC9thst.,bLH 41
Joys' Ini.Ton-d I're-nlu-u Uorse-bboclnE, So, 63
G slrt I n nnw. '.
Kbbltt House. F and I4th streets.
Imperial lloul. t.. biL. 13th and 11th.
Sk James Hotel, Eurciiean pian. 1'a.ave. and 6th I 1
Congressional lloul, . J. are. and south 1? st,
Tremonl House, lud. art nue and.24 st,
MHUken's Hotel, K ami l"lh sis.
Uiar's. If- 1 t. r. " .west.
HOUSE 1'1'aM.SlIIXU GOODS
Geo. Watlr A Co., 3147lh su. above l'a. ave.
Jas. It, llajroier. 13. i4ih st. n. w. Refrigera
tors, t ater ( tHh rs, stovt s. Tin and Hard
ware. K.M)flnr And iwutlnsa specialty,
C. Fischer. Sun, lnstrumt nts. Trusses, 623 7th St.
Wunlemann A Co.. r arof2M Del. ave., northeast
Arlington Fire Ins. 4 o I56 l'enn. ave. n. w.
Wm. L. Br&iuuan. den. Fire Ins. Agent, 607 7th at,
Hamllnk A ( o., t- u. Ins Agenta,940 F St., near 10th
B. Goldstein A Co. earner Tenth and D streets.
T. D. Glenn. 4(2 9th l., opp. Y. M. C. A. Building,
it Hjut. 62 l'a. avi.. Watclns and Clocks repaired.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
B. C. N caver. Justice of the Peace and Convey
ancer, 613 7th St. n. w.
B. C. Mills. 4as La. ave., also Notary and Comm'rs
KID iil.OVE DEPOTS.
J, i. May, I'arls IUd (lut- Depot, 929 Fenna, are
JJorrls l'ltirs. 45s l'a. aie., near M at, FhOtO
Lithography a six clalty.
Zeyes A Co.. cor. 14th and D st. Close earrlagea
for wedding calls and receptions. Koardlngand
livery stables. Wlllard's hotel stablea.
Allison Nallor, r., 1334 to 13S St. n. w,
B. 6oldsteln A Co., cor. 10th and D sts.
S. Heldenhelmer. 1238 l'a. ave.. cor. Uth at.
Francis Lamb, 123b l'a. ave., near 13th ft,
Wm. McLean. Dealer In line and Hardwood Lum
ber, Latlm, Shingles Ac. cor. 13th and B sts,
Washington Mattress Factory. 905 D street,
John Ablmon. 517 7th L . oy Po.t Offlce Dept,
tin. C. Stratton, 51111'r A Dress Mkr.,eu ra.av.s.e.
JUderney, 629 E st. ; Milk and C'reamdellvered dally,
i. Collins, 623 10th, Milk, Cream, Ac. deUTered.
B. H. Hempler 453 l'a. av., cor. IX ft.
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS.
John A. llayward. Wrought and Cast Iron Ball
ings, 1114 Fourteenth street northwest.
Fanl Leary. Ornamental Plasterer, 503 F ft, N. W.
JLrmor A Montrop, 806 and 808 D street northwest,
S. a. Parker A Son, 733 Thirteenth street northwest,
FAINTS, OILS, GLASS. Ac.
Qeorge Byneal, Jr., 639 D street northwest.
freo. Hill, Jr., 432 Ninth street N. W., Mannrae-
turer and Wholesale Dealer In all kinds of
Paper. Mills on Water and Fototcac streets,
X. Morrison, 805 D st.
John J. UaUted,5UTtli st. late Crosby, H. Oould
Brady's National Portrait Uallery, 625 Pa. av
Beiehenbach, 423 11th st. a few doors above Pa, aT
iitllet, Davis A Co.'B Pianos, 611 Mnth st. N.W.
PLUMBERS AND GAS FITTERS.
Henry K-Crult, 737 7th su nur II.
i. B. FlUhugh, Plumber and UasBtUr.UM St-N.K,
Republican Job U13.ce cor. Pa. ay. and Uth ft.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS A BROKERS.
A. L. Barbir C o.. J.e Droit B'ld'g.B.E. Dealnra.
K. M. nail, 5177th St.. opp. l'ostOlHce Dept.
Cnas. H.Moulton. Ft.N.W., Le Droit Bulld'g,
M. M. Kohrer, 517th St., opp. F. O. Dept,
Zdwln J. Sn-eet. 511 7th st. opp. Post Office Dept.
Wm. J. Cook. 715 13th st., opp. Rlggs A Co.'s Bank,
K. K. Wilson. 511 7th street, opp. K O. DepU
197,000.000 worth of property and stock; for sale or
exchange for good real estate by Brelffonl A
Main, 125 Fenn-Tlvanla avenue.
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS.
German Airerlcan savings Bank Safe Deposit
Vaults, Federal Buildings, cor. 7th and F ftf,
7. J. steer, Wbeeier A W Usoa Improved, 708 K st.
The Wilson and all other kinds cor. 7th and H ftf4
Thompson's. I.e Droit BiuMIn Finest Dress Shirt
to order, 2.25.
"PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES FOR TIIE
X U. S. V , LNASYAUM.sPH1LADELPHA.
Bcreau or Yards ajto Docks, )
NAVT DrPAHTJIKST, J
WA8HI50I05, 1). O.. Aug. 23, 1S78. J
Sealed Proposals. Indorsed Proposals for Sup
plies for the Naval Asylam," addressed to the
Chlerof the Bureau of Yards and Docks, Navy
Department. Washington Tl. ; will ho neltnt
nt this liunen until 12 o'clock m. on the 2 ilhilay of
September, A. D, 1878, Tor furnlsoinir and deliver,
lose at the U. S. Naval Asylam, Philadelphia,
Ta-, free of all expense to the Government, the
articles embraced In the following classes :
Class No. 1. Clothing; No. 2. Boots and Shoes;
No. 3. Provisions: No. 5. Drv floods: No. 6.
Bread : No. 7, Tobacco ; No. 8, Coal and Wood ;
No. 9, Paints, Oil and G lass ; No. 11, Lumber ;
No. 13, Provender; No. 11, Miscellaneous, No. 15,
Printed schedules, In which the materials and
articles required are embraced, with form of offer
and enarantee, will be furnished on application to
the Bureau or Governor of the Naval Asylum
and Purchasing Paymaster nt Philadelphia, Pa.
.uonus and szcuruy in ino iu n amount oi mo con.
Orncx cr Pcblic Buildings asd Gr.orxrjs,')
Coil i't. Ave. axd Twkxty-ficoT st
WsniNr;TOx, D. O., August 31. 1S76. j
SealC'l proiMisals will bo recei ed until Septem
ber 12, l7o.ior furnishing this oiilce with luel for
the lcal ear ending June 30. 177.
For further informAtlon npnlv nt this office.
O. ri 'HABl'OOK.
au31 Colonel of Kngineeri', U. S. A.
PROPOSALS FOE STOVES.
WAR IlErAKTMEXT, )
QrAmTEMASTER GEMiSVL'S 0??ICE,
Wabhiaotov. 1). C, August 2S, 1871. )
sealed Proposals will be recenel at this omce
until noon, .OCTOBER 3, 1ST0, for tho early de
livery to tbo iluartcrmaster's Dcpartmcut, at
Philadelphia, l'a., or Jcllersonville, Ind , of two
hundred stoics, as follows:
CO Army Cast Iron Wood Heater, No. 1.
10 Army Cast Iron Wood Heater, No. 2.
It) Army Cat Iron Wood Heater, No. 3.
u Army Wroucht Iron Wood Heater, No. 4.
20 Army Wrought Iron Wood Heater, No. 5.
20 Army Cast Iron Coal Heater, No. o.
20 Army Cast Iron Coal Heater, No. 7.
2d Army Parlor Coal Heaters.
0 Army Cooking Range, No. 1.
20 Arrav Cooking Ranges, No. 2.
SpeclncatloiiS of tho kind or Stoves required
can be had ujion application at this onlco.
Each proposal should be in duplicate, and be
accompanied by & guarantee (signed by two re
sponsible persons) that It will be carried out In
good laltn, if accepted.
Proposals will bo received for tho whole num.
brol Stoves above required, or for any portion
The Government resencs the right to reject
any or ail proposals.
Envelopes containing proposals for the delivery
of Stoves should be Indorsed "Proposals for
Stove?," and addressed to tho Quartermaster
M. C. MEIGS,
sel-td Quartermaster General.
FOR TIIE INDIAN
dkpartmest ot the interior, )
Ofi-ice op Indian Afpairs,
Washington, Aug. U, ls74. J
Scaled proposals for lurnlshing
Su,:k0,0t0 pounds Beef on the hoof.
3,10,100 ' Flour.
2,t-t0- 0 " 43orn.
ITH.ttO " Bacon.
1,112,010 " Hard ilread.
to.ou " Salu
7I.IV0 " Soap.
20.U0O " LarU.
1M.OC0 " Pcmmiean.
2io barrels Mess Beef.
t-5 " Mess Pork,
And for TRANSPORTATION OF INDIAN
SUPPLIES will be received at theLindclI hotel,
St. Louis, until noon of WEDNESDAY, Septem
Further particulars will be furnished on appli
cation to this oinre, to tho Lin Jell Hotel, St.
Louis, to Wm. Nicholson, Superintendent of In
dian Aflairs, Lawrence, C. II. Bostwlck, Chey
enne, or to the commissaries of subsistence. Uni
ted States army at Sioux City, St. Paul, or
Omaha, J. Q. SMITH,
"PROPOSALS FOB A SCROLL SAW
Navy Pat Office, 1
No. 427 CUESMTT STUKhT,
PaiLAnui.rH!A, August 22, 1878. J
Scaled proposals, indorsed "Proposals, Bureau
Construction and Repairs.' will be received at
thisolhcc until THURSDAY, at 1 o'c ock p. m.,
September 7, 176, ror one Bevel Scroll Saw, with
Iron frame, (equal to Knowlton's improved.)
To bo delivered immediately, iree of charge, at
League Island Nary Yard, subject to the ap
pro! al of the Commandant. For farther infor
mation bidders are referred to the Naval Con
structor, at the Navy Yard.
The right is reserved to reject any bid that may
not be deemed advantageous to tho Government.
Responsible security will bo required for tho
faithful delivery of the above in conformity with
the stipulation on the blank forms for bids to be
had at this omce, otherwise bids will not be en
tertained A. W. RUSSELL.
anvu-td Pay Inspector, U. S. N.
"PROPOSALS FOR FUEL.
Po3t Office Department. 1
Office Disbcrsino Clerk and Scp't.,
Washington, D. C. Ang. 10, 1876.
Scaled proposals will be received at this omco
nntll 12 o clock m., on WEDNESDAY, Scptem
ber 20, 1876, for furnishing fuel for the Post
Office Department, as follows:
For the dclivtry and storage of seven hundred
(7uU) tons, (2,240 pounds to the ton,) of tho best
quality of Lee ;Vhite Ash I'urnaco coal, to be
thoroughly screened and free from slate, and to
be deln cred within thirty (20) days from tbo date
ot tho contract, and stored In the vaults of the
Department building before the contracting
party will be paid therefor. Average samples of
the coal must accompany each b'd, and the con
tracting parly must exhibit satisfactory certifi
cates Irom shippers that the co il delivered to him
lrom the vessel or cars Is the kind required by the
department. Also, for the delivery and storage
of twenty (20) cords of best bakers pine wood, to
be dclit cred and corded at thu department build
ing, ns may be required, within thirty (20) days
lrom tbc date of contract.
The whole to Le weighed or measured by the In
spect r appointed under the provisions of section
3,-11 Revised Statutes or the United States.
The bids will be opened In the office of the Super
intendent, in the presence of such bidders as may
choose to attend, on Wednesday tho 20th day of
September. 1876, at 12 o'clock, m., and the awards
will be made on or before Mon Jay, September 2,
1870. The department reserves tile right to reject
all or any portion of the bids received If deemed for
the Interest or the department so to do.
A satisfactory bund wm be required In each case,
to be executed and filed within ten (10) days after
the award is made, for tho faithful performance
of the contract.
J. O. P. BURNSIDE,
Disbursing Clerk and Superintendent,
anl8-23-30sept6M3 Post Omco Department.
"VTAVY PAY OFFICE,
A Wamii.nctov. D. C, Ang. SO, 1876.
Sealed proposals, to be Indorsed "Proposals for
Eoonng-Slate,"wlllbe received at this offlce until
12m.the EIGHTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1876,
for the below-described Hooting slate, to be deliv
ered at the navy.yard, Washington, free of any
expense, and subject to the usual Inspection:
BUREAU OF YARDS AND DOCKS.
131 squares roodng-slatc, size 11x7 inches, best
quality Lehigh, Susquehanna or Bucking
ham All further Information will be furnished on ap
plication to the commandant of the Washington
The right Is reserved to reject any or all of tho
bids, If not advantageous to the Government,
Responsible security required for tho prompt and
faithrul delivery of the Slate when awarded.
Blank lorms for bids to be had at this office.
W. W. WILLIAMS.
ouSO-td Pay Inspector, U. S. N.
PEOPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE
Office Post and Depot,
Commissary or Subsistence,
Washington. D. C Auz. 25. 1876.
Sealed proposals. In duplicate, will be received
at this olhce until 12 o'clock m ,on THURSDAY,
September 14, 1876. for the following Stores :
2j0 tibls. Flour, No. 1; about 4,0-0 lbs. Cornmeal;
10 bbls. Beans, medium; about 1,200 lbs. Hominy;
about too lbs. Grits; 16 bbls. Vinegar, elder; about
2.500 lbs. Soap, laundry; 200 pockets Salt, No. 1;
2 cases Table Salt, 60 boxes each; 10 sacks Salt.
Quality and conditions made known by
G. BELL, O. S.,
EOPOSALS FOE SUPPLIES.
QCADTET.IIASTEK'S OFFICE. U. S. M. O.
Washington. August 8. 1876.
Sealed proposals win be received at this omce
un'il 12 o'clock m. of the 14th day of September
next, for furnishing supplies to the United States
Marine Corps, during the fiscal year ending June
30, 1877, to be delivered at the offlce of the Assist
ant Quartermaster, Philadelphia, Pa., free of ex
pense, to the United States.
Schedules of the supplies required with quan
tities and the standard samples can be seen In the
office of the Quartermaster, Washington, D. C;
Assistant Quartermasters' Offices, No. 226 South
Fourth street, Philadelphia', and 313 Broadway,
New Yolk, and at Marino Barracks, Boston,
Blank forms of proposal and all Information
desired can be bad by applying at either of the
places named above.
Proposals to be Indorsed on the envelope, "Pro
posals tor Supplies," addressed to
W. B. SLACK,
an!2 Major and Quartermaster.
"PROPOSALS FOE BRICKS.
Oryica or Bcildino por State, War
and Navy Departments, f
2100 Pennsylvania Avenue, f
Washington, D.C., Sept. 2, 1876.
Sealed proposals. Indorsed ' Proposals for
Bricks," will be received at this office until 12
o'clock on tbc 11th Instant, for furnishing and de
livering at the site of the cast wing of building
for State, War and Navy Departments : One anil
oro half million, more or less, BRICKS.
All to le of the best quality, hard burned. Rod
Bricks, of uniform size, and of the same dimen
sions as those used In the building last year.
To be subjected at any time to such tests as to
hardness anu ilnrabillty as the engineer may re
quire, and to be delivered at an average rate of
one buDdred thousand bricks each week.
Each bidder must deposit with his bid one
thousand dollars In currency or United States
bonds. The money or bonds so deposited will be
returned to the nnsuccessiui
' ttari4ttori!2?a ! for the followInV supplies to Dodotivered T free of
, or the Govemnt mav rS mire Interest CIpente at the U yar Kew Yorlc subjCct t0
orttecovernmcntmayre.iuire ,, the usual inspection, for the use ortho Navy.
..i,i a. .fT.V'.r "!!,,,..' This coal is required to bo of the best quality of
"L,J Acting Chief of Bureau. Its k!nd , bewe .CTOeaed and free from all
I T3UOPOSALS FOE FUEL.
when he exj
pEOPOSALS fOE STATlCNEBr.
norBB o KunmzwTATirit. "v
VlfltrrwaTAv n flY a.nt P 1576.
Sealed Tirntvtfll win iCm mmi&i , this Olnce
until 12 o'clock m.t MONDAY, Octot 'i'
for furnlshlDg Stationery for the use of ltt' Hoass
Blank forms of proposals showing the qttMx "F
to be signed by the bidder and sureties, TfHJ M
furnished on application at tills office. ,
ProrcsalS should be Indorsed 'Prrrao4al for 1
Stationery," and addresied to George M. Adams,
Clerk House of Representatives United Statos.
GEO. JS. ADAMS,
Clerk House of BepreseMatives, V. S.
"PROPOSALS FOU SUPPLIES.
Natt Pat Orrici, )
No. 29 Bboadway, New Ysrk,
August 21, 1S7B. )
Proposals, sealed and indorsed en envelope
"Bid Tor Supplies Advertised," will bo received
at mis omce until 12 o'clock 16th September next.
loreign substancs, and to be delivered at tho
Navy Yard, Brooklyn, into carts provided by tho
Gi vemment, and to be paid for at tho weights of
the Navy Yard scales. All to be delivered on or
before the 1st day of October next.
BUREAU OF YARDS AND DOCKS.
350 ton, 2,240 lbs per ton, Locut Mountain An
thracite Coal, screened for Steam Boilers.
80 ten". 2,210 lbs. per toe, Locust Mountain An
thracite Coal, Stovo size.
t0 tons, 2,210 lbs per ton. Locust Mountain An
thracite Coal, Egg size.
Tho right is reserved to reject any or all bids
that may not be deemed advantageous to tho
Responsible security required for tho prompt
and tafthful delivery within the tlmo specified.
Blank forms will be tumlshed at this office, and
bills opened at the hour above named, when par
ties interested ere Invited to be present,
GEORGE F. CUTTER,
scpS-td Pay Director United States Navy.
rpo MACHINISTS AND SHIP BUILDERS.
Treasury Department, (
Washington, D. C, August 2J, 1871. 5
Sealed proposals lor a New Holler and Repairs
to the Steam Machinery of the Revenue Steamer
"STEVENS" willbe received at thU Department
until 12 o'clock noon of THURSDAY, the 14th of
Bidders must state tho time In which they will
agree to complete the work and the amount they
will allow for old material. Bids must be In ac
cordance with the specifications, and should be
addressed to the Secretary of tho Treasury, and
Indorsed on the envelope, "Proposals for a Now
Boiler, etc., for the Rcicnuo Steamer Stevens."
Si-eciniations fur the work may be obtained
from the Collectors of Customs at New York,
Philadelphia and Baltimore, and at this Depart
ment. The vessel may bo seen at tho port last above
The Government reserves the right to reject
any or all bids, and to waive defects, if deemed
for the interests of tho Government so to do.
(Signed) CUAS. F. CONANT,
se2-td Acting Secretary.
pEOPOSALS FOR WAGONS.
QrARTERMAXTFR GENERAL'S OFFICE, I
Washington. D. C. August 10, 1876.
Scaled proposals. In triplicate, subject to the
usual conditions, will be received at the office of
tho Chief Quartermaster at Fort Leavenworth,
Kansas, until 12 o'clock noon on September 9,
1676. or at the offlce of tho Depot Quartermaster
at Jcllersonville, Indiana, until 12:00 p. m., samo
date, at which time and places they will beopened
In the presence of bidders, for tho construction
and early dclit cry to tho Quartermaster's De
iartment at Fort Leavenworth, or at Jelferson
viilc, ot Fifty (50) two-horse and ftur-horseor
muio i agons, 10 do duiii in accordance witn
adtpted S)tcc!callons, which can bo had upon ap
plication at the office of Chief Quartermaster at
Fort Leavenworth, or nttho office of tho Depot
Quartermaster at Juliorsonvlllo. Bidders will
specify bow soon they can complete the delivery
of the whole quantity. A pattern wagon of tho
kind required can be seen at the Quartermaster's
Depot at Jeffersonville.
The Government reserves tho right to reject
any or all proposals.
A prefcrcneo will be given to articles of domes
tic manufacture, conditions of price and quality
Each proposal should be accompanied by a
guarantee (signed by two responsible persons)
that It will be carried out in good faith If ac
cepted. Eni elopes containing the proposals for the de
livery of the Wagons at Fort Leavenworth should
lie indorsed "Pnaiosals for two-horse and four-I-ors
e or mule Wagons," and addressed to the
Chief Quartermaster, Department of the Mis
souri, Fort Leavenworth, ICan3as, and envelopes
containing proposals for delivery at Jefferson
ville should be similarly Indorsed and addressed
to the Deiiot Quartermaster at Jetfersonrllle,
Indiana. M. O. MEIGS,
sel-td Quartermaster General.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 23, 1875.
Proposals to supply the Treasury Department
with coal and wood lor the ensuing voir will bo
received at thlsoffico up to noon of TlXUBSDAY,
September 7, 1S76.
Instructions to bidders will be Tarnished on ap
plication to S. I. KIMBALL,
nug25-FMW-5t Acting Chief Clerk.
G" OTElwjr-TALE1OFQUAEf ER
MAsrER'S STOKES, Ac.
Depot Quartermaster's Office, )
Washington, I). C, August 31, 1876. J
Will be sold at public auction, at the Quarter
master's Corral, corner of Fourteenth and O
streets southwest, at 10 o'clock a, nu, FRIDAY,
September 15, 1S78, the following-described prop
ert: Horses, Wagons, Harness, Double-Ventilating
Fire-Place Stoves, Heating and Cook Stoves, and
atariety of Quartermaster's Frotwrty; also, Two
Hospital Tents, Flits, Poles and Pins.
Fur full particulars apply at this office.
A. t. uuutinciiu,
noil AND WOOD.
We bare Just received a supply of
LTKENS VALLEY AND LEE WHITE
which we offer at reduced prices; also, on hand a
Urge let of
OAK AND PINE WOOD
IB the stick or sawed and spilt. STEPHENSON'S,
PATENT BUNDLED KINDLING WOOD, a Are
lighter In every bundle: the best in use. For sale by
BTEPHENSON A BRO
ap2S-tt Offlce 1213 Pennsylvania avenue.
T JSc SOXVS, Y
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In all kinds of Ceil
ananooa. ijnmDeriana cosl.
Depot at KLLEY'S wharves, root of
Eleventh and Twelfth streeu south
west. Branch yard, C street, between Second and Third
streets northwest. ocl9-tf
MERCHANTS' LINE OF STEAMSHIPS
WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK.
Hereafter the ne steamihlpE. C KNIOHTwlll
make rigular WEEKLY TRIPS BETWEEN NEW
YORK, ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON and
GEORGETOWN, as follows: Leave New York,
from pier 41, East river, every Saturday at 4 p. m.:
leave Georgetown every Tuesday morning and
A lexandrla the same day at noon.
For further Information apply toR. P. A. DEN
HAM, business odce and wharf 64 Water street.
J. W. THOMPSON. President,
Only Line Oarrying the American Flag,
Balling every THURSDAY from PHILADELPHIA
For Queenstown and Liverpool.
Cabin. Intermediate and Steerage
Bates u2ow u by any other first-class line.
PETER WRIGHT A SONS,
General Agents, Philadelphia,
H. 1). COOKE A CO..
anl9-lr 1429 V street, Washington. D. 0.
TO. HABltON. E. It. EOSWELL. D. W. LArUAH.
HARMON, BOSWELL & 00,,
313 EIGHTH STREET,
Jy29-tf Near Pennsylvania ave nue.
No coal gas No
burnt airNo evapo
ration of -water; the
best quality of steam heat
for dwellings secured with-
ATTORNEYS AND AGENTS
And Commissioner for Delaware, Virginia, Tennes
see, Mississippi, Ohio, Indiana, Mlenlgf n, Minne
sota, Wlsconafn,Kansa and Washington Territory.
Boom 12. St. Cloud Building.
Affidavits. 10 cents; Acknowledgments, 15 cents.
Depositions a specialty. aula
ANDREW C. BRADLEY,
ATTOllN E Y-AT-LAW,
Once removed to Webster Law Bnlldlng.
'yil-Sm 605 D street northwest.
I I.8!'"'!''-'? '"form my friends and the public
ftsm "T N"' I "are opened an offlce for the collee
im ..' -nerranllle account. nntM unit nthnr a!,ii.
gatlons a. ' 1TO Pennsylvania avenue. In the
Republic.!! building, where 1 will be la attend
ance dally rom 8 to a. m. and 4 to 7 p. m. All
business Mien.'8." to me will receive prompt and
vigorous atteni ,on nl sums collected immedlatUy
turned over. Y.',ur orders solicited.
Orders by mall promptly attended to. No. 1301
Pennsylvania aven.'ic , WM. H. KKAZIEI!,
Justice of the Peace and Manager of Collection Bu
B. H. -"ARITER.
Comsr Seventh and F Strsats,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
On Good Eeal Estate Security In Snms to tilt.
FROPEP.TT BOUGHT AND SOLD.
'Ixrxat-tKCXS: Any Banking House In Wsr.
General Claim and Collection Agent,
No. 715 Fifteenth street, opposite Biggs A Co,
DISTEIOT CLAIMS A SPECIALTY.
"WM. A. COOK,
NO. 480K LOUISIANA AVENGE,
Will practice In the Supreme Court or the United
States, Court of Claims, bnprrme Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia Committees of Congress and De
partments of the United States Government.
"Woodbury VV Heeler,
233 Four-and-a-half street, Washington, D. O,,
Practices In the Courts of the District and Prim,
George's county. Md. dell-tf
U E K R O N ,
il J X a--LA, Jt A UAAJAV
CLAIM AGENT AND CONVEY ANCSR
Northwest corner Ninth and i streets northwest.
etr-Ui, Aindavlts and other Legal 1'apera rrt-tMrtMi
and aeltnowletijtel. Notes protected. OfUee hours,
from 8 a. m. to 5 p. id. JylS
-f fa-ft - TrrtoTTn
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
NEW YORK czrr.
The otdest German Joint Stock Company In the
United Mates, Founded 1&59. Cash Capital 50",
WW. Cash assets 1,750.1-00. Arenerln Washington,
D. C, It. F. ST El G Kit, 511 ( venth street.
A small local concern with nominally 130,000.
which Is only partially paid up, displays a 1f?n with
an Imitation of our Arm name, which coupled with
the fact that our former ajrent Is now the president
of that concern, is calculated to deceive. Our
friends and customers are therefore a J vised that
our only aarency In Washington Is at No. 511 Seventh
street, and our sole nfrent li. F. Ht Iger.
HlinOLrll OAKltlJU .'resident.
JOHN KDW. KAI1L, Vice rre-ldent.
HPOO Sciicmaxx. Secretory. Jc3)-FM W2m
LIFE INSUKANCE OOHPAHI,
OF DAETFOBD, COKX. OHAQAXIZXD 1846.
Asts, January , 1376, ft3,434.65a.92; surplu,
H,0O4.4M.92; Increase or assets, H,oi,l.9X
JAMES CSOODW1N. President: JACOB L.
C1KKEME, Secretary: JOHN M. TAYLOIt, Assist
A. C. GIBBS,
General Agent for District orcolumbla,
1479 Penna. ave., overMllburn'f Drug Store.
Whether yon wish to buy or sell, call on
J. EEHWOLD, 309 Pennsylvania avenue.
(I'odgcrs Cutlery Store.) buIIh
-O ALTIMOKE AND OHIO BAILBOAD.
SE1T. S, 18787 -
6:00 Baltimore. Elllcolt CIlv and Way Stations.
6:40 Baltimore, Annapolis and Way stations. Point
or Kocks, and Intermediate Stations, Mala
7:10 Baltimore and Alexandria Junction,
8U0 N KW YOBK, 1'niLADELrniA A3D BOSTOW
Exrxxss To C ape May Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, by Boat via New Castle, and
dally except Sunday by rail. Pullman Parlor
Cars Sunday. Stops at Way Buttons and
connects for Annapolis.
6:20 Point of Itocks and Way Stations.
6:30 Baltimore and Way buttons.
B:10 Chicago. Cincinnati, St. Louis, Louisville
anu Pittsburg Kxpresa. Berkeley, Der
Park. Oakland; Parlors and Sleepers.
Frederick. Hagcrstown and Valley road.
95 New Vorx Limited ExrBESM. Baltimore
and Philadelphia; Sunday to Baltimore only,
12:15 Baltimore. Way Stations, Elllcott City and
1:40 New York, Philadelphia and NonrOLK
KXFBEbS. On Sunday all way stations and
J:30 Baltimore and Way Stations.
so Baltimore and Laurel f.xtbxss. Frede
rick, Elllcott City and Way Stations via
f :3S Frederick and Point or Bocks, (via Metropoli
4:45 Baltimore. Annarollsand WayStatlons.
S:4 Cincinnati and locisvillb Express.
(Except Saturday; dally to Berkeley, Deer
Park, Oakland, Columbus and Louisville by
ll:30ii. m. train on Saturday.) Hagerstown
and Winchester. Sleeping cars to Cincinnati
6:4o Baltimore and Way Stations. Connects ror
Annapolis on Sunday.
7:00 PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIHORX EXFBXSB.
7:05 Baltimore and Way Stations.
7:35 Pittsburg. Chicago, Columbus and Sandusky.
8:20 Marunsburg, Way Stations on Metropolitan
9.-00 Baltimore. Belay, BUdensburg, UeltsrUle.
10:00 New Yore AKDFmLADxLrniA Night Ex-
FRES6. Sleeplngcars to New Yort.
10:05 Baltimore and Principal Way Stations.
10:40 Uarttnsburg and Way Stations, Metropolitan
11:45 St. Louis Exrsxss. Berkeley, Deer Park,
Oakland, Chicago, Columbus, Sandusky,
7:10, 6:10, 8:40. 9:35 a. m.: 1M0. 5:45. 3:45. 7:01. 7:03,
7:3a, 6:2", 9:00, 10:00, 10:05 and 11:13 p. m., dally.
All other trains dally, except Sunday.
No connection on Snnday for Hagerstown,
Valley Branch, or ror New Tork and Philadel
phia at 8:10 a. m. and 1:40 p. m.
For further Information apply at the Baltimore
and Ohio ticket offices, Washington Station, and 45,
eoiand603 Pennsylvania avenue, and No. 613 Flf
teeulh street N. W.. where orders will be takenfor
baggage to be checked and received at any point Is
THOS. R. SHARP,
Master of Transportation,
L. M. COLE, general Ticket Agent.
UEO. S. KOONTZ. Ueneral Agent.
QNE DOLLAR BATED.
CHEAP KAILROADTICKET OFFIOB.
Railroad tickets bought or sold, to or lrom all
points, at a reduction npouany office ordepotln
this city. Apply to 11. D.WHITESIDE.
827 Pennsylvania avenne northwest. In the candy
store. Washington. 1). C. IslS-ly
1876. GREAT 1876.
TO TUB NORTH, WEST USB SOUTHWEST.
Doable Trm-ti, Steel Ball, Hplentlld
Scenery, AIngnlflcent Equipment, j
Jolt 10, 1876.
Trains leave Washington, from Depot, corner of
Sixth and B streets, as follows:
For Pittsburg and the West, 6 a.m..
daily, witn parlor car at Pittsburg;;
7:40 n. m.. dallr. with Palace Car n
Chicago, and 11:50 a. m., dally, except Sunday,
Baltimore & Potomac Ballroad.
ForCanandalgua, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara FaUf
and the North. 6 a. m., dally, except Sunday; and
7:40 p. m., dally, except Saturday, with Palace
Can, to atklns. For Erie, Canandalgua, Buf
falo, and Niagara Fails, 11:60 a, m., dally, except
For New York and the East, 9:40 p. m., dally, with
Palace Cars attached; Limited Express or Pullman
Parlor Cars, 9:35 a. m., datlv, except Sunday. For
New York and the East, 8:05 a. m. and 1:40 p. m.,
dally, except Sunday, with Parlor Cart attached.
For Philadelphia, 8:05 a. m. and 1:40 p. m,, dally,
except Sunday, and 7:U and 9:40 p. m.. dally.
Llmlttd Express, 9:35 a.m., dally, except Sunday,
Accommodation for Baltimore, 4:20 v. m., daily,
For Pope's Creek Line, 8:06 a. m. and 4:20 p. m.,
dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 6:00 and U:S0 a. m. and iSO p.m.,
dally, except Sunday,
Alexandria & Fredericksburg Ballwaj b
Alexandria & Wastalnzton Ballroad.
For Alexandria, 6, 7, 8:00, 9, 10, n a. m., 1, a, 4:20, S,
6, 7:00 and 11:40 p. m. On Sunday at 9 a. m., 1 and
For the South, via BIchmound. 11:40 p. m. dally, ex
cept Sunday, and Tl Lynchburg too a. m. and
11:33 p.m. aally.
Trains leave Alexandria for Washington 6, 7, 8, 9,
10, 11 a. m., i, 3, 4:20, s, 6and7p.m. On Sunday al
7 and 10 a. m., and fi p. m.
Tickets, Information, bleeping and Parlor Cart
accommodations cau be procured at the offices:
Northeast corner or Thirteenth street and Penn
sylvania avenue, northeast corner or Sixth street
and Pennsylvania avenue, and at the depot, where
orders can be left ror the checking of baggage to
destination from hotebj and residences.
FRANK THOMSON, D. il. BOYD, Jr.
all-tf Gen'l Manager. Gea'l Passenger Agent.
-TTASHINQTON AND OHIO BAII.EOAD,
VNNv,- . A--A -.AjM nytAAAMAAy
J.". onrneiice of the recent DECLINE IN
COAL, the following will be our prices, delivered
lnanypartoftheclty, until further notice, vli:
White Ash Furnace, Egg and Chestnut s lb
" Stove 5 63
Bhamokln Egg s jj
, btove 6 85
Lykens Valley Egg and Stove 6 60
It Is not probable that these prices will hold for
many days, and we therefore advise consumers to
buy at once.
T. EDW. CLARK CO.,
Offlce, 603 Pennsylvania ayenue northwest, corner
ofjslxth street. Wharf and Depot root of Fourth
street east. set-tf
COAL! COAL! COAL!
The oal Combinwtioa
COAL BELOW ANTI-BELLUfVl
Ord r n 111 be rcctirco! at
307 FonrtcentliStreet N. W., and at
1316 F Street, NenrEbbltt Iloose,
for best qualities of all kinds f COAL, nt prices so
low-as to defy competition, uutu SEPTEJI15ER15,
None but best Qualities of Cosl. and 2,213 ponnds
to a ton, dellverid to any part of she District.
Of ALL EARLY. sel-tr
Less than Cost of Production,
H3Ta.y ,t Oxioe!
IN CONSEaUENOE OF THE
Recent Decline iu Coal,
TIIE FOLLOWING WILL BE OUR FE1UES,
DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF THE
CITY, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:
Wblto Asb Furnace, Egg and
Cbcatnut 83 10
Do. Stove a 60
Sbatuokln Egg 5 33
" Stove 3 83
Lykens Valley Egs-nml stovo.... 0 GO
It is not probable that tbese Prices
will bold for many dajs, and we -therefore
advise consumers to bur at once.
T. EDW. CLAM & CO.,
O "P PI O B :
603 Pennsylvania A vcntio Northwest,
Corner of Sixth Street.
"Wharf and Depot, loot of Fourth
Persons leaving the city during the summer
months, and wishing to be Informed or matters
transpiring at the city or Washington, can have the
DAILY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN mailed to
thelraddress, free of postage, at the following rates,
payable In advance :
One week , 90 20
Two weeks 0 35
One month 0 66
Two months -. 1 33
Three months 2 00
BERKELEY SPRINGS HOTEL
MORGAN COUNTY, W. VA.
This summer resort Is only four hours' ride from
Washington, and is well known for its unsurpassed
naming ana mountain air ana scenery:
per day; 117 per week; (50 per month.
A. W. KIRK. WOOD. Manager,
Berkeley Springs, W. Va.
MARYLAND AND CITY HOTELS,
Delightful summer resort. Terms 810 to 112 per
week. Special rates made forramlllesDythemoTith
Address .WM. H. GORMAN A CO., Prop's.,
Or, DR. U. il. FINKARD.
477 Pennsylvania ave., Washington, D.C.
rpiIE HEALING BP BINGS.
BATH COUNTY, TIBQIN,IA.
WILLIAM B. BISHOpTrronrletor.
Dr. B. A. LAXonosxx, of Lynchburg, Resident
s justly celebrated watering-place, so long and
favorabrr known to the traveling DUbllc
eiing puDiic, wui
open tovlsltors or and after the lt of June. There
Is no place In the mountains or Virginia so bcautl-
luiiy, as wen as ucuimiuiT, suuaivu. iiui
accommodations for three hundred persons.
It has ample
For descriptive pamphlets Inquire of Li. 0. Bishop,
Druggist. 1113 Pennsylvania avenne. my29-tr
This old and rtonular resort on the Potomac
has been thoroughly overhauled and put In llrst
class order for the reception of Excursions and
Private Parties. There bare bee" bathing-houses,
with suits for ladles and gentlemen, recently aaded
to the place. There is also a Urst-class restaurant,
where parties can obtain meals at anv time.
ail-boat Keyport lands twice a day. giving
parties a chance to ipend the day and return home
Also, the steamers -Lad'
A 1 I
UJtlO is7 A 1. 15
VALtADLE WATER POWE11
POTOMAC AND aiiiNANDOAU EIVER3,
HAEPEnB,F-SRl..v'. E3T VA-
Valnabte aianufactuTing i.-,J?ei?l-lf..SS
gronnd whereon the Anttwy but. '""IS' $,lle,l.''S,
and Kllle Factorles-formerfy ope.?1 J,TkUl?i,r"
ernment or the United StiWito. 15rw.li'! JZ. S2I
surpassed Water Power. Canals and iabu connected
The United Btatca j
The Harper's Ferry Water Power (
West Virginia, FrandsC.Adamj I
au AiKouiaciunng company or r m unjxa,
The United States
Francis C. Adams et a.
The United States
Fr&nclx C.Adams, Clinton Lloyd,
By authority conferred on me as commissioner, br
virtue or decrees passed by the District Court of tie
United States ror the 'H-trU-tof West Vlnlata. at
ill heeling. In the above three several caarccrr
causes. 1 shall proceed on
THURSDAY, THE 2STII DAY OF SEPT., IPO;,
At Harpir's Kerry, W. Va., on tho several respec
tive tracts or land hereinafter mentioned, to sll at
public auction the following valuable real estate,
with the water power connected therewith.
FirstThe water power entire of the Potomac
river, as held by the Untied States under thecon
yej ances to George Washington, President or the
United States. In 1794, and thereafter by the de
visees or Robert Harper and others, as existing and
held by the Untied States, on the 30th day of No-
i 1 I uicuaicui mc saie oi saiu propert'
...ui. u,i,v..uu v.. uiv tuxitwij oi liar.
and lying between said river and the streets and lots
or the town or Uarpir's Ferry, as laid down on the
map or said property, used at the sale of lixO. Also,
all the valuable water power or tho Potomac river
at said place, with the canals, dams and other privi
leges, and the lots with the buildings thereon, em
braced In lot No. Ion said sale map oriaea. The
road bed of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Com
pany Is constructed through this lot No. L,
Second All or the vaiuaote water power entire or
the Shenandoah river, at Harper's Ferry, as held br
the United States at the time of tald sale In 1S69, em
bracing the site of the rifle factory, with an the an-
purtenances thereto belonging, designated u lot
o. son said map used at the aaieeru3.
iniru-iwp lots, sitoatea in Harper's Ferry, In
Block A, on Shenandoah street, as laid down ou map
or said property, and said town or Harper.s Ferry,
by dlregtlon of the War Department ln'lSM, being
!i?.anaJ.or.,a'u property. In said blockA, each
fronting 30 feet on Shenandoah street, running
through to the Shenandoah river. Intersected by an
alley lo feet wide, at the railroad embankment.
These lots are situated near the Intersection or the
Shenandoah with the Potomac near the business
portion or said town, and are considered desirable
TEKJ1S OF SALE: Ten per cent, of the amonnt
ror wmeli each of said lots sell will be renulrei oi
the rcipcctlTe purchasers on the day of sale. For
the residneof the purchase money a credit of one
and two Tears will be Klren. the Durehaser eeiefnt-
lng bonds. In eqnal amonnts, (with jrood personal
seenrity,) DearlnK Interest from day of sale, Allen
on the property sold will also be retained to secure
the payment or the purchase money.
The above suits were lnstltnted by the United4
States for the purpose of euhjectln the property
hereinbefore described to safe, and appljrnr the
Droceedsof sale to thedlrharireof the honii -
ccted by defendants In said suits, at the sale of said
propcrtr made by the United States In 1839,
AnY additional Information a in thlc
Information as to this property,
ttlnn anil nu rnni-u-j-i fnFwhloh It t
Its situation, condition and purposeaforwhtchltls
adapted, will be rnmUhed by the undersljrned. who
solicits corre&nondenec on the Bnhipft.
Copies of said map of sale, referred to above, to
gether with additional description of said property
and of the surround In r conntry, will be furnished on
application. ThU property Is considered among the
most valuable In the country for manufacturing pur
poses on account of Its remarkable water power.
IS. GO KIT, Jr., Commissioner.
ARKSBUBQ. W. VA.. JnlT2U 1878. Jyg-Thtd
AKD TIMES !
ANOTHER TFfT.TVT! IN- PnrVP.M.
Old Government Java, 1 toasted ,...25c.
3Iaracalbo(cqnatt0 8O called !M Java), ltoa-.ted.3oc.
Fine KIo, Roasted 23c.
Urcen i 2Jc.
New York Cream Cheese , 16c.
New Carolina Itice... 9c.
Sardines, small dsh.H boxes. 20c.; boxes 35c.
Ginger Ale. Imported Helfast fl.90dozen.
y e mention above prices only to show the public
that we are alive to the times, and are determined to
give those that patronize ns the advantage of a de
cline In price on any article In our store,
fel'lease call and examine stock an. I prices.
ii. w, nKEirs sons,
sepl-gt 1216 F street northwest.
G. Cr. Cornwcll & Sou,
100 bbls. "WHITE BLOSSOM,"
Minnesota Patent Process, 89.30
per bbl., 83.40 per xack.
WEJl'OEB'S PATENT PROCESS,
83 per sack.
OOO bbls. WELCH'S, 3IETZ, RATS',
ST. LOUIS, SWISS PROCESS,
STAR FLOCK at lowest rates.
No. 1 Mackerel, 83.73 per kit.
Ito. 3 83.00 "
No. 3 " 81.00
GEORGE BAJlIi COD received
POTOMAC ROE IIEHKING, (Salt.)
SCOTCH HERRIXG, SO cts. a box.
OREGON SALHOX, (Salt.)
WHITE FISH, to kits, 11 and 1-3
G. Gr. Cornwell & Son,
au2S-tf Opposite) Wlllard's.
TO TIKE PUBLIC.
My newly Invented eye-glass, which Inowmanu-
UwCTture wiui eigm woramen, a-ur-
passes any eye-giaas in ine wnoie
world. Thev ran be resulated bv
two small screws to exactly nt the nose without any
pain or unpleasant feeling. They are made of Bra
alllan pebble and the newly-dlscoverbd Bosala ruby
glass. For neatness and lightness they cannot be
surpassed, Jieajure taken and order flXled In Hfteea
1229 Pennsylvania avenne. Inventor, Patentee and
Brazilian Pebble Spectacles,
1X3 PENNSTLVANIA AVENUE,
It will be to the Interest of purchasers of material
for building purposes to examine my stock. I hare
a superior lot or Florida Flooring, 4-4 and 5-4 kUn
drled. Also, "Virginia Fine Flooring, together with
a large assortment or Mouldings, Doors, Ac., Ac.
which I will tell at prices to suit purchasers.
an8-tX Phoenix Mill, 1210 Ohio avenue.
Having a large stock or Spruce Lumber, we havs
concluded to sell at the following reduced prices.
The lumber Is walcr-stasoned, and of the very nest
2x3, 2x4 and Sx, any length, 1S per 1,000,
1x5, le feet rails, fiaper 1,000.
men Doaras, f la per i,vw.
S-Inch Joist, 113 aid in per 1,000.
Inch boards, 15 per I
S-lnch lolst. tl3 and tl
2-Inch joist. 1 14 anu tls tier L00C.
4X feet pickets, (palings. ) U per L000.
-V.000 feet, rough, s-lnch. p. 50 per 1,000.
2x and 3x4. 2d quality, (12.50 per 1,000.
K spruce sidings, 6 or 7 Inch, ill per L00O.
Large stock of
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
always on hand, at lowest market prices.
T. EDW. CLARK CO.,
Yard. Wharf and Planlng-
root of Fonrth street east
near u. . Navy xaro.
Omce. eon Pennsylvania avenue northwest, corner
oi aixtn street. jeia-ii
'"I'vikj luvtuuri tin,- cue o u i h oiu Armory DQIia i
ngs, or musket factcry. Uyrne'a IsUnd and Islands
A. B and C In the Totomic rlrer, and all the strip i
Of land and Din IT fiVyrdtfrinTriTi I'ntnm rivo. i
Ej J. SWEET, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEkS' 8ALE OFVALUABLE niPEOVED
PltOPERT OS THE EAST SIDE OF ELEV
ENTH STREET, BETWEEN O AND K
r..uX "i'rtneor a deed of trust, dated August
KSl3'..A-I?'ls73'd",lrecoriIca In Liber No. 72U,
Ka folio 272. one of the land records for the Dls
""trlct or Columbia, and at the request of the
party secured th.irbr. we will a -11 at public auction,
Iu front or the premises, oa WEDNESDAY. Sep
tember 11. 1876, at5ua o'clock p. m.. the followlng
dcscrlbid real estate situate In the city or Washing-
ton. I). O.
town; ah those certain pieces or par-
eels of gronnd known and descrltw! nnon th
.v.viuvv. wm -i.J IV9 UUIUUCITU Bli Of BDI1
seven, (,)ln square numbered three hundred and
thirty-sir. according to llarkness' snbdlrldlcn, to
gether with the improvements consisting of a frame
building divided Into several tenement, which
presents an opportunity for a pruhtable lnve-:-
taTtrTfTsv of lrt Al a lh.a H.taL.J-lH . .
I 7f-rTa1 Two t-honsand dollareorlth Interest at ten
J (10) percent, per annum froiu February 13, 1-JT6, to
day of sale and expense of sale In cash, and the bal
1 sure ax six Anil twi im mntithd . t,i.ii , ,.
, he X?TS'"',f.T' bearing Interest from the day of
,w'Ie. wCI be taken. A depositor jluOwUi be n
(jo, red or the purchaser at the time or sale, and all
com eyanclng at th expense of the purchaser, lr
trra r sale are not comp'led with In seven diys
from tu'euar of sale the trusters rewrve the right to
re-e. it tv pronertrat the rlt n.l .m., r.r (? .tA
A.N1REW B. DUVAI.I. M Trustees.
sc'-TJ: W A, I E. J. SWEET.AncUonecr.
CHATJOEK SALE OF PROPERTY ON
NORTH t'A IOI,INA AVENUE. I.KTW'EEX
HKrANL'SLCONUaTlEEErd EAbT, AT
iij virtue ''creeor tne supreme court
rihe lilittrlAr.' ofCoIumblA. n.as-pt In Eiultv
ie IjUtrtr-f' ofCoIumbl
c V ri T --BE-ill a.
eau?' No. m I will, on THURSDAY, the
JW-Ssl.th da of Sfti. embtrr. 137a. at 5 o'clock n.
in- m , In front Til.'e preml-w, oiTer Tor aU nt
puLUc auction. lot So, sauarc No. 731, In this
clir, having a front orelt'hty-slx feet rlve Inches on
IVorth Carolina arenu. i nd an average depth of
atxmtone hundred and Ih y-slxfe-t.
Vermv: One third of the i-'chase money Inca-ih.
ancJ therfsldueln twoetim'l payments, at six and
twelve months, with six pi r cent, luieret. De
ftrrftdpaTmeotsto be secwr.'d by the purchaatr-
rotef. Uoed given on the thud ratification of the
sale. aJid a deed of trust taken to seenre the deferral
pameJit3, vt elM? deed given- jj.-on the lull payment
ofihenurcluse money. Convej'anclngat the pur
chaser'scot. AdepoMtof -MOO.!.! be rennlred as
soon asftrtd. ltttilN'ALt.L FKNIAI.U
,Truti:e, i:Fonr-aod-a-h-!ri,'reet northwest.
HUNUANSON HKtW., Auctioneers.
ausi-lii sarana iawm;rion.er.j
TjOWMtAX A UKEEaT, Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES SA-LE "6V VALUABL.E 131
lMtOVEl VEAI E3TATK ON NORTH SIDE
k Maryland avenue, ijbtvyexn
TENTH AM ELEVENTH HTREErtfSOUril-IVET-NO.
U06-CONS1STIN OK A THUErU
UTOBY BRICK DW'ELLINCVWrrrl A LARliEL
WlliE LOT OF GROUND ATTACHED,
MBy.vlrtuc of a deed of trustvbearlng date Sep
tember 10. A- D. 1-&5, and duly recorded in
JLibcrNo. 799, Jollo9i). oneof theLind records
!Vr tue Distrii-tof CdnmhlA. KKit.it tlitrtvinp4t
ofthe party secured thertsy, we will sell, at public
aucilsn. In fr mt of the premises, to the highest
bidder, on PRIDAY. September 8. A. D. 1876, at i
o'clock p.m., all tho&e certain pieces; parcels or
lots of gronnd situate a.nd lyng In the city of Wash
ington, m the District of Columbia, and Wlui
known and flescrlbed upon theofllcLtl or ground
plan or plat or enld city a lots lettered owl marked
11" and "C." In Todd's recarded subdivision of
ortglnsl let numbered one, (1,) to square numbered
three hundred anJ fifty-twu, 332, )toether with the
la. pro venien t thereon.
Aermsof sale: One third cash: of which ?ID3 must
be paid at the time of sale, and fVe balance In stx
and tweUe months. In equal i,aymnt3,to be secured
by purchaser's notes, bearlnjc Interest from day of
sale at the rate of eight per cent, per annnm until
paU. and a deed" of tru:t on tte property -sold. Con
veyancing and recording at p Jrcia-fr"s cot. If
temrs of sale are not compllea with 13 six days after
sale, the trustees reserve the right io rteU as risk
"tuucvjii ui purrnasrr in tienmi.
WM. F. HOL.TZ31AN, 1,
AUrsTiis line. its . Kirns.ees,
aoIS-MWy-ftds No. 1321 F street aorthwest.
J? H.AVARIES, Anctloneer,
TRUSTEES' SALE OFDESIRABIE PROPERTY
ON FIFTEENTH SPREET.BETWEEN 1VAND
K bTREKia NOltTHWEST, IMPROVUD BT
X tV V DJIAUli X UAiUU KJ2i HbAU UF l.Ui.
By virtue of a deed of trnst, dated FCbrn'
irr.w. a. aj. istiK auivrecorueu in L.i9er 2io.
75, folio 252, one of the land records for
the District of Coltrrnhla. and at tn rw-irt
of the party secured thereby, we will sell, at pub
lic auction, in front of the premises, on TU1C3-
lowtng-descrlbed real estate, situate lathe city of
ft ashln.rton.tD. C. to wit-
Part of lot numbered nine (9) In square numbered
two hundred and fourteen, (214,) beginning 'orthe
aWneon Fifteenth street westatapolntdlstan. ve(5
itiijQrui irum uie souiirwes. corner oi saia ior nine,
(9,) and running thence east one hundred and twee-
ty-sli (12S feet and &rx (6) inches; thence south flvs-
laj ieei; inence eas. eignty-iour (Hj rcet; tnenea
north twenty-flre (35) feet and nine (3) Inches:
four (S-l) feet; thenea
thence west two hundred and ten (210) feet and sli
ioj menes 10 x uiecnin street, anu mencesouin twen
ty (20) feet and nine (9) Inches to the place of betrln
nlng, containing forty-seven hundred and elghty
elght(t,78S) square feet, more or less, together with
the Improvements. Ac.
Terms: One-fonrth cash; balance at six, twelve,
eighteen and twenty-four months, with Interest at S
percent, per annum, secured by a deed of trust on
the property sold. A deposit of one hundred
dollars will bo required at time of sale, and all conveyancing-
at purchaser's cost. If terms of sale
are not complied with In five days, the trustees re
serve the right to resell the property, at the risk an 4
cost of the defaulting purchaser, after are days
WILLIAM STICKNEY, lTrt,-t.
BENJAMIN P. SNYDER, Tni3.ees-
J3-DEFAULT HAVING BEEN MADE BY
the purchaser at the above sale, the property will be
resold, at his risk and cost. In front of the nremlscs.
on WEDNESDAY, July 12, 1S78. at 4 o'clock p. m.
WILLIAM TICKNEY, It-,.
BEN J A111N P. SN TDER, J rnstecs,
JIJ-THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED UN
TIL WEDNESDAY, July 26, 1S7S, at 4 o'clock p.m.
WILLIAM STICKNEY, l-r-nt
BENJAMIN P. SNYDER, JTUstees.
A3-THE ABOVE SALE IS. FURTHER POST
poned nn-,11 WEDNESDAY, August 23, 1S7S, at 1
o'clock p. m.
WILLIAM STICKNEY, J Treses
BENJAMIN P. SNYDER, trustees.
-03-THE ABOVE SALE 13 FURTHER POST
poned until THURSDAY, September 23, 1S7S, same
hour and; place.
VlLLIAM STICKNEY, lTrn,tPog
BENJAMIN P. SNYDER, Ilrnstec3
J. T, COLDWELL,
D II. TYAKVEK, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL tSTATE, SITUATED AT THESOUTH
WEST COIENEB OF NEW JEK3EY AVENUE
AND K STREET SOUTHEAST.
da uy virtue or a aeta or trust to ns. aatea
2 August 22, A. D. 1S72, and duly recorder! In
iii-li a- u. Wiw, iuiiu a-asj, wuc ui uic au a n.wiiu
for th DIlrift of ColnmblA. and at the rertuest
of the party secured thereby, we, as trustees, will
offer for sale. In front of the premises, at 5:30
o'clock p. m., on MONDAY, the 25th davof Sep
tember, 1876, the following-described real estate,
situate In the city of Washington, District of Co
lumbia, to wit: Lots numbered thirty-lire (35) and
thirty-six (36) in Blagden's subdivision of Adams'
snbdlTUionor part or square seven hundred and
forty, (740,) the said lot being situated at the corner
of New Jersey avenue and K street south, and con
taining together an aggregate of two thousand eight
hundred and sixty-seven (2,867) feet of ground,
more or less.
Terms of sale: f 1.500, with Interest at 10 per cent,
from August 22. 1475, and evpense of le In cash;
the balance In six (6) and twelve (12) months, for
which tho notes of tbc purchaser, bearing Interest
from the day of sale and secured by deed of trust
upon the property, will be taken. A deposit of $100
ftill be required of the purchaser at the time of sale,
and all conveyancing will be at the cost of the pur
chaser. Terms of sale to Decompiled with within
seven (7) days from the day of sale, otherwise the
trustees reserve the right to resell the property at
uie riSKauu cost ui t.jj-euciAuuiu'f uuixuaaer.
JOHN W. ALVORD. Trn,teM
GEO. W. STICKNEY, JTrn5teC3-
IF YOTJ AJEIE GOINGr
Ain) WISH TO HAVE "TOTTS
OAX.I. AT THE OFFICE OF
B. H. WABJTER,
Sovontli and IT Streets.
SPECIAL ATTHtTTIOH OlVilR
FuTiiisliiiig' of Tenants
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Washihoio-4, Monday evening-, Sept. t.
In New Tork to-day money was easy; offered
at 14. Exchange dull at 4s:'- Gold actiro
at 1C9XQ1CJ(. Kates for carrying, Jgi
The Sub-Treasury balances at New Fork to
day: Gold, 84,592,703; earreney. 32,140,iei;
paid out on account of Interest, 4153,00); for
bonds, $5,900. Oustomi raoelpts, 4332,000.
Government bonds active and lower st tho fol
lowing closing quotations :
S's. 1SSI. coupon 1174 i 5-20's. 1S63.. ...... ..113
5-3TS. ISM hjiJ New arcs Hiif
5-2U's.iUu new 1I2
S-20'a, 13BJ lliii, I
State bonds quiet and nominal.
The following quotations of Stato securities
are furnished by H. D. Cooke, Jr., Jt Uo.. bankers,
113 r street: '
Tennessee 6's, old.,
Alabama S's....... 11
do. 5's 0
I do. 7'S 134
f S. Carolina, old.... It
I do. new.., 15
do. f.tax.. Vi
3. Carolina, old 12
I d. new..... 12
I do. A.AO.. U
do. deferred... 5'
Louisiana 6's -.. 41
do. new 4t
Levee 6's 41
Levee S's 41
Stocks active, nnsettlcd and foverlsh.
The following were the closing prices or stocks'
at the New TforS Stock Eichango, as lurnishol
by Messrs. II. D. Cooke, jr., A Co.:
N.Y.Central KH,. nitibnrg 91
Erie.... SS.Sorth western X
E"ike fchore m do. pref. Si
Illinois Central ... . 63S Hock lslana ..lci'f
Messrs. II. E. Offley xCoH bankers, northeast
corner Flrtcenth and I streets, rorurt X etr York:
quotations, as follows:
Opening. I Oaslng.
B. C. I B. , C.
U.S. S's, 1831 1I7I4 1174(1 117 ' I17K
b. B. 5-JO's, ISA 1I21 112M, Hi1,! 1121,
U. S. 5-20s, 1S6J, new. 1I3S 113'S H2J U2C
U. S. S-'JO'S, 1467 1W 116-j HSi US?
U. S. 5-20's, ISO. Il4 US.H 119 IU
U. S. 10-40's 1I53 1I5 114a llSIf
U. S. S's, 1SS1 115H U51 H5'! U5.S
Currency 's... MBS "26Vl
eid iosi ira-,1
1.C. S-6S's i 72 I
WASHISSTOW WHOLXSAXS KAHEIST.
rfo changes worthy of note In Washington whole,
sale prices slnca cur last quotations.
alAXTixonB. Sept. 4. Uotton dull and un
changed; middlin-t, llgilj'e.
flour auiet ana sicaay; iiowara street ana
Xts era Super, J2.50Q3 5j; do. extra, I.25iJj.2a:
dj. fAmily, ibAQQSJiOj City Mills super, 12.75.3
3.23; do. extra, 44.25Q3; do. EIo brands, tl.255
6.50; do. fatally, 47.75. Wheat dull and easier;
"Wsstem red, good to choice 91.151.13; do.
coBmoti to fair, 00c.gil.00; Fennsylvania red,
tl.l'.fil; ilaryiand red jLiO,3L2J; do. amber,
81.2I1JW; do. white, LliU3. Corn dull for
Southern; steady for Western; Southern white,
6)855.; do. yellow, 53Q55C.; Western mixed,
54JJc Wr spot. Oats easier; Southern. 31035c.;
Western vr.Mte, 3SQ7c; do mired, 3031c Kyo
dull and nominal at 5353c. Hay steady; Penn
sylvanls and Maryland timothy. $13jl5- per
ton. Previsions quiet. Pork, $1T.501S. Bulk
meats sboulders, ejifiTc.; olear rib sides, 8Ke.
Bacon shonUlers, I4-.Qc.: clear rib sides, 9i4
IOC Haas, VS-S160. Ear.1 11K9115:J?- Bauer
firm and higher; choice Western, 23a2lc I'e
troleum rnlec and nominal at 25c. for refined,
and ISMInlSWi- for crude. Ccliee quiet and
firm at l5j.'vVi3i.',c. Whisky dall and nominal at
Becelpts noar. 5,121. barrels; whiat, 21.0CO
bushels; corn, US,000 bushels; oats, 3,5Jd bush
els; rye, oco bushels. Shipments Uorn, 1J0,(XCJ
Nsw York, Seyt. 4. Ccttcn steady: sales of
962 bales at llJtS" 13-Hc. Consolidated net re
ceipts, 5.M3 bales. Exports Jreat Britain, 2,3J$
bales; France, 4W bales.
Flour iglOc better on Iot grales; shipping
extra otherwise unchangod: moderato export and
fair home trade' demand; No. 3, $2.403 25; su
perfine Western and State. JJ3; 31.25; common
to good Western extra and State, $15031.70;
good to choice do., 4I.75Q5.15; common to choicer
white Wheat, Western extra, i5.2j J.50; fancy
do, J8.558T.5o; common good extra Ohio, SJAg)
6.75; common to choice extra St. I-ouis, $4.90
8.50; patent Mlnctsota, extra good to prime,
S6.50yo.75; choice to double extra, 1.8O0J.
Southern flour quiet and unchanced. Bye flour
steady; moderate inquiry; J1.5CWJ5-W fors uper
fine. Commeal mora active. Wheat quiet and
firm; light supply oiferiug; shippers generally
disposed to hold oil; 77c. for rejected spring; 912$
9c. for ungraded soring; vsc. for No. 3 Chi
cago. Bye New Western, 85c Barley quiet.
Corn steady; moderate export and home trado
demand; onerlngs light; 5354c for ungraded
steamer mixed: 55 g 56' 4c. for unzraded Western
mixed, latter choice; 5a356-o. for Kansas mixed.
Inside price slightly warm; 54-0c for white
Southern: :sc for common white Western. Oats
a shade firmer and moderately active; S'ilc
for mixed Western and State; 3747t ror
white do. Hay unchanged: 333 per ton for
shipping. Hops tins; 815c. for Eastern and
Western. Coffee Bio. quiet and firm; 15J13J4x,
for gold cargoes; 15443100. for gold job lota.
Sugar dull and unchanged. Molasses unchanged.
Bice dull and unchanged. Petroleum firm, witn
fair demand; crude, 14'-4315e.; refined, S"3)23c;
ea.es, 30c Tallow firm at 833T-16c Kssla
steady at $1,55L65 for strained. Tarpentlne si
shade firmer at 31314c for spirits. Eggs
firmer at 19Q20C for Western. Pork firmer but
quiet; new mes3, S16.65H3.75. Beef unchanged.
Beel hams quiet at 2627c for choice Western.
Tierce beef firm. Cut meats Western quiet;
middles easier; Western long clear nominal.
Eard a shade firmer; prime steam, $1010.15,
closing at $10.15. Butter unchanged. Cheese
firm; 3c for common toprime. Etnseeddull.
Whisky steady at tl.ll. Freights to Liverpool
quiet; cotton, per talk 5-15i: per steam, 5-iei.
riCERELE. At Donald Pari. Montgomery
county, 3id., -Septembers, ES-au riCKHKLL, aged
Funeral win take place from his late residence,
corner of Second and Market streets, Ueorgitown,
at 5 o'clock this (Tuesday) evening.
feULLIVAN. Wm. J. snura-r. Infant son of
John and Charlotte bulllvan, aged eight months. ZZ
Funeral to-day at 5oclock p. m. from the resi
dence of his parents, on A street near East C'aprtol
Baltimore papers please copy.
RAOAN.-On the 3.1 of September. Ii7, at S:0
o'clock a. m.. Elizabctu Uagax. eldest daugnter
of Conrad and Alary Fauncean.l wife of the late
Thompson llagan, aed thirty-seven years tea
m ontns and twenty-two days
Ihe relatives and friends of the family are Invited
toattendthe funeral to-day (Tu-sday) afteruoou,
Sih lnstant,at 3 o'clock, from ber falher'srrsidcnce,
6JB F street, between sixth and seventh streets
WESEIU-On Saturday, September 2, 1376. JoiI-4
F Infant son of Charles F. andMary E. Weser,
aged three years and one month.
Funeral to-day at 4 o'elock p m.. from 1373 D
street southwest- Friends of the family-are respect
fully invited to attend.
WlDDICOMBE.-On Saturday. September 2,
1S7S, at 3ZX p. m.. KonERT Wiodicojibe, a native
of Devonshire, England, but for the last Ilfty-two
years a resident of this city, aged s.,enty-seven
years and ave months.
22. 3F. HAJBTnEY,
934 F STREET -SOUTHWEST.
W2f. EACKHT, WITH B. I. HABYET,
S34 F BTB.EET HOBIHWESI,
I bare Becnred the Services or fli
Best 2UU.L2IEIt In tne Coantry.
IS. W. 13 AUKjEB,
Cabinet Maker andUndertaker,
HO. 612 ELEVENTH STREET N. W.,
BETWEEN F AND O.
JV Bodies Embalmed and Prepared for transpor
tation at the shortest notiee. nays
WAIL STEEET SPEOULATION,
The reliable house or ALXI. FKOTrnKQUA-ir Jt
CO., No. 12 WaU Street, New York, publish a hand
some eight page weekly paper, called the WuXly
Financial JZrpert, which they send free to any ad
dress. In addition to a large number of edi
torials on financial and business topics, it eoutalnc
Tery full and accurate reports of the sales and stand
ing of every bond, stock and security dealt la at the
Blocs. Exchange. Messrs. Fbothmghax ACo. are
very extensive brokers of large experience and
tried Integrity. In addition to their stock broker
age buslneas, they tell what are termed "Privi
leges," or Puts and Calls," now one of the favor
ite methods of legitimate speculation. Their advice
Is valuable, and by following It many have mads
fortunes. A'rts Tori jfstnrpolU. myl2-tf
C-irtTs INVESTED HAS g- ITfi!
JLUU PAID A PBOFIT OF S-L, I Jt
during the past few months, under our Improved
system of operating In Stocks. Bisks reduced to
nominal snms and nrollts Increased. Book contala
lnx full Information sent on application.
lUJIBaUIVA E U.,
Rankers and Brokers.
No. I Wall f treet. New York.
r. Wtujr- "" st., op. Patent Ogj