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THE NATIONAL HEPUBLtC AN.- &03fb'Y MOINO. &OMMBER 6. 1876.
. J. XURTABH ..
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RUTHERFORD B. HAYES,!
FOR TIOE PRESIDENT:
WILLIAM A. WHEELER,
of New Tork.
"The day may yet come when the ballot
"in the barids of the frcodraen will pre
"serre the jewel of liberty to the diadem
"of the Republic." Abraham Lincoln,
Vote for the man whom the office sought
asd not Tor him who sought the office.
Tilden bomrht his nomination. The nomi
nation 5f Hayes came to him without his
It is the design in Virginia cities to vote
the negro line so slowly to morrow that at
sunset hm.dreds will be left voiceless.
This is our i f the regular games of the
chivnlrio T- m cracv.
The hii ii ; privilege of the American
citizen it ' c if ting of his ballot. LetnO
man omit ' assertion of tnis privilege to
morrow w" can reach the spot where it
can legalU e indnliMl.
Let evkki Republican remember that a
full vote ii ver the North is the assurance
of a Republican victory, andspare no efTort
to attain this end. Vote early yourself and
see that ynr neighbors do likewise.
TnE students of Yale college Bhowtheir
appreciation of Professor Sumner's polit
ical judgment and sagacity by voting 392
for Hayes u 101 for Tilden. The influence
of the Profereor seems to be at a discount
Our special telegram from North Caro
lina assures us that the electoral vote of the
old North State is safe for Hayes and
Wheeler, and that Judge Settle will beat
Vance for Governor by 15,000. Good
Hon. Zach. Chandler's address on the
Southern claims letter of Mr. Tilden puts
a complete extinguisher on that piece of
Jesuitical sophistry. He explains exactly
how the Democrats propose to "whip the
devil around the stump."
It is estimated that there are twenty
two thousand gamblers and thieves in the
city of New York. This fraternity unani
mously cry aloud for Tilden and reform.
The facts arc that Tilden draws his main
support from the Ku-Elux villains of the
South and the sporting and thieving fra
ternity of the North, How can you better
judge of a candidate than from the charac
teristics of his followers?
Advices from tbe Seventh Congressional
district of Massachusetts afford the most
gratifying evidence that Gen. Butler will be
returned by about 1,200 majority, noth with
standing tbe defection of Judge Hoar. It
is gratifying to know tbat the people of the
Middlesex district appreciate the valuable
services of Gen. Butler, and will confer
tho benefit of them during the next two
years upon tbe nation.
Tilden defends bis conduct as counsel
in advising bis clients to purchase Congres
sional lgisltion and to attempt to bribe a
Supreme Court judge. He says he thinks
he would have been derelict in his duty to
his clients bad he not given this advice,
and tbat he would repeat the performance
under like circumstances. Is this a proper
code of political morals to govern the Ex
ecutive of ibis ereat nation t
Samuel J. Tilden has been and is at
present the Ally and companion of burglars,
gamblers and thieves. Rutherford B.
Hayes is a citizen of spotless antecedents,
who imperiled life and wears scars re
ceived in defense of the nation's honor.
On Tuesday nex.t the citizens of the Re
public must decide which of these two
men shall be entrusted for the next four
years with tbeestmies oi the Republic.
Private advices indicate the re-election
of Mr. Hoskinsin the Bativia district, New
York, over his Democratic opponent and
the Flagler bolt Western New York is
fairly ablaze with enthusiasm for Hayes
and Wheeler, and there is no doubt that
the returns from west or "Cayuga bridge"
will wipe out all the Democratic majori
ties of the eastern Democratic strongholds,
and roll up the old-time Republican ma
jority in the State.
The latest Democratic boast comes in
the form of a manifesto from the artful,
slippery Hewitt chairman of the National
Committee. The document informs the fol
lowers or Uncle Sammy that "the evidence
is all in," and that "the result is no longer
doubtful;" yet the committee Is only war
ranted in "feeling" that "the day of re
demption draws nigh," notwithstanding
its assertion that "the evidence is all in."
The little game of "bluff" in which the
Democrats have been indulging is only
strong in words. When called upon to
"put up" they find refuge in "shut up."
The Democrats always look upon a
rainy, dismal day as greatly to their advan
tage. Aside from the naturalness of the
comparison between the weather and the
party, there is too much truth generally in
the claim. There are thousands of Repub
licans who stay from the polls if the weather
is disagreeable, hut it is to be hoped that
the dark and gloomy prospects to the coun
try is the event of Tilden's election will
induce them, if necessary, to brave one
day's disagreeable weather to save- the
country from many dark days. Let the
seal df condemnation be placed emphati
cally on the old rebel party now endeavor
ing to gain control by false pretensions.
If tub arts or the gamester could carry
an election in this country there would be
but little doubt of Tilden's election next
Tuesday. He secured his nomination at
'St. Ltuie through the efforts of John Mor
riseey. He is now, quite appropriately
through the same agency, establishing
pools in all the large cities lor tbe sole pur
pose of- selling himself high in order to
win the votes of the fence men. These
pool sales afford no reliable criterion by
which to ' judge of results. They are a
simple game or bluff a bait to catch
gudgeons with.' Honorable and moral men
end good citizens seldom speculate In them.
The Associated Press would not advertise
them but for that the concern has been
fold out to Tilden. True Republicans can-
not be'irfluenced by such black-legging
tricks. They pass them iy as they would
the antics of curb-stone brokers in Wall
street Tl is game of blttff will add largely
to the vote tor Haj es on Tuesday next t y
disgusting all honorable -men who wil
hasten to leave the gamester's party.
Under tux act of Congress of February
27, 18C5, prevision was made for the settle
ment of accounts between the United States
and the State of Tennessee, regarding
property sold the Edgefield and Kentucky
and Memphis, Clarksville and Louisville
railroads, excluding any claim for use, oc
cupation and damage during the war.
Governor Porter declined to make such a
settlement, and secured the introduction of
a bill into the House, at the last session of
Congress, providing for the payment, on the
part of the United States, for use, occupa
tion and damage done said roads. The
claim of the Memphis, Clarksville and
Louisville road alone.as stated by the Dem
ocratic State government, amounted to over
?SOO,000. And now Governor Porter pre
tends that he cordially indorses the senti
ments of Tilden's late letter repudiating
Southern claims. How he loves the "solid
South," to be sure.
Labor is the king of this country. Li
borers pay the taxes. The sons of toil
support the Government. Monopolies com
bine the strength of capital to wrest from
labor the lion's share of its fruits. Tildea
is the counsel and advocate of monopolies,
and the foe of labor and laborers. And
yet Tilden appears to have bought soma
of the leaders of the labor organization i
New York, hoping thereby to secure the
votes of all its members. In this, how
ever, he has counted without his ho3t. The
seller cannot deliver his goods. The presi
dent of the National Labor Council, Col.
Albert E. Redstone, advises all labor coun
cils to vote the Republican in preference
to tbe Democratic ticket. He holds that
Hayes is the friend of the Hborer, and in
dependent of that it would be bad policy
for the organization to aid in placing the
Dimocratic party in power, for the reason
tbat it might in four years so fortify itsjlf
hs to preclude the labor onranizitfons from
winning the next heat. He contends that
in 1880 the Democratic party, if success
lul in obtaining tbe control of tho Govern
ment now, would be much harder to dis
lodge than the Republicans. He uho
thinks the Democratic policy would be tbe
most oppressive of labor, and in this he is
Gov. Kemper has shown himself in
great haste to condemn the quartering of
troops within the borders of the State of
Virginia. A loyal people are never afraid
of the presence of the military in their
midst No objection has ever been made
to the quartering of Government troops in
any portion of the North. If no evil-doing
were contemplated in Virginia there would
be no squirming at the presence of troops.
The fact is that there has not been a fre'e
and fair election in the cities of Rich
mond, Norfolk or Petersburg during
the past four years, and Gov. Kem
per knows it. He also knows that
Mr. Piatt was cheated out of his seat at
the last session of Congress by fraud and
violence. And yet he pretends that he,
as Governor, is able to protect all voters
in their guaranteed rights. If he is, he
has never done so since he has occupied the
executive chair. He knows that Hinton
was never honestly elected Mayor of
Petersburg. He knows that he was not
honestly elected State Senator from the
Dlnwiddie dhtrlct And he knows that
he cannot honestly be elected to Congress
from the Fourth Congressional district, it
any opportunity is afforded for a free ex
pression of opinion at the ballot box.
Yet in the face of all this knowl
edge he issues his bombastic
pioclamation accusing the President of a
flagrant violation of the guaranteed rights
of a sovereign State, because he has simply
and ministerially performed such duties as
are required of him by his oath to support
the Constitution and execute the laws.
Governor Kemper and other Southern
Governors may as well be brought to un
derstand lieht now that tbe United States
is bound to enforce the constitutional
amendments equally with other portions of
the organic lxw. If this requires armed
invasion of these States, it may as well
come now as later.
THE DEMOCBATIC METHOD Iff MISSIS
SIPPI. The following letter, dated October 27,
1876, from Claiborne county, Mississippi,
from a former slave there to his fellow former
slave now living here, will show the modut
operandi of the peaceful tUetion about to
take place in that State. It is believed to
be a specimen of the purpose of the ex
rebels throughout the whole South, which
they will accomplish to-morrow :
51b. : Sear Sir: I now take the pleas
ure of writing you a few lines to Inform you of
my health. I am well at the present time,
thanks be to God. We are all very anxious
to hear from you, and also to hear how
you arc getting alone up there. Times
are very hard here. The whole county U In
an uproar. The Democrats are J uat carrying
everything just as they please, and are all
armed, Just ready for fighting, and say that
they are going to carry this Presidential elec
tion if they have to fight for it. Rev. John R.
Lynch, from Congress, came down on the 20th
of October to make a speech for us, and the
Democrats would not let him speak. We
came very near having a big fight about It.
Please to write eoon, and let us hear from you
all. The letter closes with some personal mat
ters of no public interest. B. W.
The full name is withheld from pruden
tial considerations. But it is a genuine let
ter from one colored man to another.
Those two men were once fellow slaves of
the same master, and knew each other
welL What the letter states so simply and
briefly spoke a volume for the truth of the
outrages of rebel Democrats all through
the South. There can be no doubt that
"this solid South" will give the vote of its
States to Tilden "if they have to fight for
it" Intimidation, threats, violence and
bloodshed will follow if the negroes at
tempt to vote for Hayes.
Ifthisvoteof "the solid South," so se
cured, elects Tilden, we may as well give
up the contest, call the war for the Union
a failure, and submit our necks, white and
black, to the yoke of the Southern rebels.
HABBDJOEB8 OF VICT0BT.
As the 7th instant approaches the chances
of Sammy Tilden's election grow beauti
fully lets. Already the tidings come from
New York that the merchants and solid
business men of Gotham are aroused with
singular unanimity, and, throwing them
selves into the breach, will thus avert a
national disgrace and carry the Empire
State for Hayes and Wheeler. The busi
ness men of New York have doubtless
been meditating on the trite maxim that it
is good to leave well-enough alone, and
rather than risk the probable ills which
would follow rebel success at the polls they
will work with one accord for the success
Of the Republican party. The New York
merchants exert great influence when they
take part in political affairs; and tbe effec
five Eervice rendered by them in the defeat
and discomfiture of the thieving Tammany
rings attests the nature of tbe service.which
they are now rendering the cause of good
government Outside of the cityDf Now
York Hayes will receive sixty thousand
majority, and with the New York mer
chants interested not all of Tilden's ill
gotten fortune can save him from defeat
The capitalists of the Empire State have
too much at stake to parley in such a con
test Their interests demand that tho
affairs of the Government be equitably and
honestly administered,' and hiving thrived
during the eight years' rule .of President
Grant they will see to it that his successor
is not a political stock-jobber and a railroad
wrecker, hut an honest man. Let the
friends of good government take heart, and
.enter with renewed igor in the glorious
work to be performed. Tbe 7th of Novem
ber is fraught with as much moment to
posterity as was the surrenderor Vlcksburg
or the 'capture of Richmond; and while
gamblers and thieves may bet their money
on "Tilden and reform," the honest men
of the land, undismayed, will cast their
votes for the soldier Hayes, and elcvatehlm
to the head of the nation which, by his
prowess upon numerous battle fields, he
did so much to sustain against the cohorts
of treason. When such patriots as Hon.
Wm. M. Evarts, of New York, interest
themselves in political affairs, and point
out the dangers to be apprehended from the
success of sham reformers. It may reason
ably be assumed tbat the masses will be
properly advised, in which event it is ut
terly impossible for criminals like Tilden
to successfully foist themselves upon the
There is no doubt that Mr. Tilden comes
wjthin the category of "those whom the
gods would destroy they first made mad."
He writes too many letters. His Southern
claims letter appears to have done the busi
ness for him In the Southern States. Its
doctrines are there flatly repudiated by all
candid Southern Democrats. Those who,
like Governor Porter, of Tennessee, are
willing to stultify themselves for the pur
pose of attaining power tacitly approve
them now with the intention of repudiat
ing them when they have gamed the as
cendancy which they seek. Gov. Porter'
not long since opposed the payment to the
United States the amount due from the
Tennessee railways for materials purchased
of the Government just after the war, be
cause those companies, he contended, had
a good offset in claims against the United
States for damages done the railway prop
erty during the war. He also insisted that
Congress should make all these damages
good. Now, however, Governor Porter
responds to the sentiments of Gov
ernor Tilden's letter regarding the. pay
ment of Southern claims as if he
were in full sympathy and accord with
its professions. We have no doubt that he
is quite as sincere in this matter as Is Gov.
Tilden. With them both any means are
justified by the end sought to bo gained.
Tilden is the friend of railways, (for fees,)
and eo arc Porter and Hendricks and Pen
dleton. No matter what they may say
now, they will all go for tbe interests of
any monopoly that will pay them when
they once gain the power.
But to return to this letter-writing busi
ness. Mr. Tilden should have remembered
the fate of Henry Clay and Gen. Scott, and
kept silent Some of these Southern hot
heads of tbe frank, outspoken kind do not
understand the Jesuitism of Porter and.
Tilden, and are just throwing all their
"fat In the fire." As a specimen, take the
following from ex-Congressman Sloss'
paper the Tuscumbla (Als.) Timet :
"It Is a matter of surprise to see Southern
politicians and Democrats of the North assert
ing that- if Tilden and Hendricks are not
elected the just claims due Southern people
vill not be paid. We aro disgusted with each
moral cowardice as will lead those who should
be friends of the South to thus show the white
feather before the 'bloody shirt' banner ot
those who would rob the people of the South
of their just and legal claims. We have al
ways believed, Insisted, that claims for private
property taken from our people during the
war, and used by the Federal army or sold,
and the proceeds carried Into the United
States Treasury, Mould be paid, and we are
satisfied that when the prejudice and bitter
ness cease to control ourrolers and legislator!,
every one of these claims will be paid. While
a member of Congress we voted to allow the
claims of loyal citizens of the South for every
cent of the value of property taken from
them by tbe Federal army. We also
voted to pay for school-houses,- churches
and buildings belonging to charitable
associations which were wantonly de
stroyed by the Federal army. In thus voting
we thought we were advocating what was
just, fair and in strict accordance with estab
lished principle, believing that private prop
erty cannot in any case be taken and used by
the public or by the Government without being
paid for, and we shall continue to Insist that
not only should the claims of loyal citizens
against the Government, for property taken or
destroyed during the war by the Federal army,
be paid, but that In every case where private
property was taken and used by or for the
benefit ol the Government it should be paid
for. It Is high time that our people should In
sist upon simple justice being done them, at
least by those they send to Congress to attend
to their interests, and that no backing down
from a determination to assert and Insist upon
our legal or equitable rights should be per
mitted. Let the candidates for Congress be
Interrogated as to their intentions as to such
claims, and If either one Is not In favor of de
manding and working for our rights, let us
vote for those who will."
Mr. Sloss is candid in what he siys.
There is no mistaking his meaning. He
thinks the people of the North should be
taxed for the destruction occasioned .in put
ting down the rebellion. That is the plain
English of his doctrine. Carry his views
out to their logical sequence and we shall
he taxed to pay for the slaves emancipated
as well. Gov. Vance says that the amend
ments, having been passed under duress,
are of no effect and should be annulled or
set aside by the Supreme Court If Tilden
should be elected, with a Congress to match
the'6entiments of the "solid South," he
would be moulded at their will as is clay
by the potter.
The Memphis Avalanche significantly
assures its readers of the genuineness of
Tilden's letter, as follows :
"The letter of Samuel J. Tilden to TSx.
Hewitt, chairman ot the National Democratic
Committee (In regard to Southern claims,)
and which the Avalanche published yesterday,
Is . genuine letter, and has appeared In the
Democratic organs of tha West and East.
We'make this statement because the question
has been asked us In regard to the authen
ticity of the letter."
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Fever and Acne ana Llrer Past
CUBES WITHOUT SIEDlOtrTE, SfilFLY BY
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The only true cure for and preventive of malaria
In an Its forms:
Livtr Complaint, fenndia,
TtlUnt flntr, Bta-8iektun.
. Ecuralgia,BUUnu DUordtTl,c.,Aa,
None genuine without the Trade-Mart and Signa
ture of the Inventor on the wrapper.
Ask your druggist for It. For certificates, read
little blue book-Aiumy in Uit Air.
WM.F. KIDDER CO.,
No. 3 John street. New York.,
Bent by mall on secelpt of C e3-FMWBm
war. haemos. e. n. Boswxii. p.w. Ltrniir.
HABMOH, BOSWELL & 00.,
SIS EIGHTH STREET,
lya-tf Near Pennsylvania avenue.
New, Knocfc-Down and Second-Hand
Furniture Bought. Bold
T. J. REED,
813 Seventh Street.
Parties contemplating refurnishing, or about to
buy new stock, will find bargains at
PXALXB fir TIBST-CI.ABS
-SB MUTTON, .le.
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CORNED BEET A SPECIALTY.
Stalls C3. C3 and 630 Centre Market. Ninth -street
wing, and 30t and 208 Northern Liberty Market, or
address Box TU, City Post Ofice. Marketing deliv
ered, free of charge, to all parts of the city. Iylo-tf
Are now receiving their Fall Stock,
consisting in partot
FBENCH CHINA, Decorated and Plain; GLASS-
WAKE, Cut, Engraved and Plain.
PLATED WAKE, inert flualltr, triple plate,
Sogers' and American CUTLERY. "
AfollsiockofCBOCKEBY.and HOUSE FUE
No. 1068 Pennsyivanlavenue, between Tenth and
Eleventh streets. - oe2-tf
EAT REDUCTION IN PRICE OF
AT THE SAKE BATE.
New schedule: Fall load of 40 bushels for 13.68;
Duller loads cent per bushel; cartage so cents.
Office of Washington Gaslight Company,
CJ Tenth street northwest, 7U First street north
west, orto UP Bridge street, tfaorgetown. a -tf
MGLIBH, SWISS AlfD AMERTOAN
BY ALL THE MOST CELLBRaTED MAKERS.
A LIEGE aSSOSTHEKI
' M. W. OALT, BRO. CO., . '
uol-tf, - 2. JEWELERS. "
-I tl- NORTH A STBEET. BETWEEN
JL4JJ- y ir.t ud B. cond sire- u east.-fur rent
Psrlor. Dining Boom and Kltcnen, tn-e Bed
rooms; gas snd water, reasantly located, a few
yards from tbe Capitol, lo a punctusl tensnt,
terms reasonable. novs-st
-11 (YT MASSACHUSETTS AVETfUE.
JLXJ For rent Furnished Bourns, facing
north snd south: central location: convenient to
cars: prtvata family: renilemcn piefcrrM. not-lt
TQIrl a STKEET NORTHWEST. FOB
-LaA C9 rtnt Furnished Booms, tru suites,
handsomely furnl-bcd; furnace and ores, and bath-
room adjoining; southern exposure; with or with
out boaio. Also a rurnlshtd House ror
19 iS g street northwest.
1 QQK F STREET NORTHWEST. FOR
JLOOU rent-Kootns at 1SB F street northwest,
opposite the Ebbltt Douse; suitable for omces or
lodglugs. Apply to the Janitor l.n charge or the
premises. ' aol-3t
A HANDSOME FURNISHED FLOOR."
XJLrarlor, bed-rooms and ba'h-room. Private
lamlly. Central location. A psrtr without chil
dren preferred. Address Mrs. II., City Post Office.
All FOURTH STREET NORTHWEST
ttJLX FOB ItENT-FurnUhed BOOMS, en suite
or single, at Mrs. OILBEKT'S. novl-lm
PENNS YlaTAKZ A AVENUE.
north of United States TreAinrr. f Ar
lington Fire Insurance Company building,) for
rent Three handsome commimlcatlng.offlce rooms.
Inquire at office. nol-3t
OH ft THIRTEENTH STBEET NORTH,
uvtl WEST, opposite Fran tl In rrk.-Dwl-rable
Booms, Including parlor and chamber con
necting, with arst-clasa board. oe23-Sl"
O STREET, OPPOSITE PATENT
Office For Bent Pleasant South Front
BOO J1S, with board ; either for the season or tran
slent. Also, Table Board. ocls-tf
1 QT O T STREET, NEAR EBBITTHOUSE
XvAtf-IIoosn for rent, en suite and single.
Those who enjoy comfort and quiet inquire as
FOB BENT DESK AND DESK-BOOH ON
reasonable terms in a desirably-located, ele-gantly-nnlshed
and furnished office, complete In all
, EASTWOOD, Broker,
ISOg Pennsylvania ave.
BRIOK STABLE FOR BENT, IN THE
30-ioot alley In the rear or honse No. Ills I
street north west. L. CLEPII AN E.
ALABQE NUMBEB OF -HOUSES
IN THE WEST END,
At rentals ranging from
TEN TO FOBTV DOLLA1& TEE MONTH.
Apply at once to
E. S. WESCOTT,
' Beal Estate Agent,
Cornerof Twentieth and I stieets.
BENTINO HOUSES A SPEOIALTY. oc31-2m
E STBEET, BETWEEN NINTH AND TENTH.
For rent, the above beautiful ealnce, delightfully
sltusted In the centre of the elty, and is accessible
by all tbe lines of dtT cars.
AS A BALL-BOOM
it surpasses in elegance and general convenience all
others in the city.
A3 A MUSIC AND CONCEBT .HALL,
LECTUBES. PARTIES AND WEDDINGS,
It Is wonderfully perfect In acoustics, and affords
elegant accommodation for eight hundred persons.
A OBEAT SEDUCTION IN THE RENTAL
has been trade.
Tbe hall Is open dally for Inspection. For terms
and particulars, choice of nights, Ac, apply at the
hall. L. U. MA.BINI.
Uen. Urinl'shdqre., 17th and F n. w., m. L,
N firth WaRttnx 11th St. and-Ps.. rpntlnw.
Mass. are., nearHth st. ,14 rooms, furnished..
Cor. Hth St.. Has. nd Vt. arenuM
Ho. 806 X2th st n. W. furnished
10th St., aboTe I, furnished
ISo. 1727 F st. n, ir.t furntsned
No. 23 16 st. n. w,, 12 rooms, m. 1, i stable....,
yoi.s uuicnuis lurnuueu
No. 933 Pa. ave., (over store) 13
.no. .aiidiast. n. w, is rooms, m. x......
No. 1414 N st. n.w., 10 rooms, stable
No. 308 A st. n. e., furnished
No. 1412N st. n. w., 10 rooms, stsble
No. 1211 K st. n. w 13 rooms, m.1.
No. 230 1st st. n. e., 13 rooms, m. 1
No. 617 Pa. arc., (over Oilman's drug store) ....
No. 1333 11th st. n. w 11 rooms, m. 1.
Fiercest., near 11th and S, furnished
No. 718 11th st. n. w., 10 rooms, m,l
No.lMCst. s. e,,9rooms. Ingle Place -
No. 8.2d8t. s. e.. 13 rooms, m.1
1 ennallytown Boad, near St. Albans church ....
No. 1806 O st. n. w furnished
10th st., nearPn. w
Mt. Pleasant, 9 rooms and 2 acres of ground....
Store 235 Pa. ave ;
loth St., near N, rooms, m. L
No. 206 5th st. s.e.. Brooms, m. 1
No. 1420 11th st. n. w 10 rooms. m.L
Store and dwelling, cor. 13th and C sts. s.w
No. 116 6th st. s. e., 10 rooms, m.1
Blerldlan 11111, 8 robms, m. 1
No. 112 sth st. n. e., m. 1
No. 2309M st. n. w., 9 rooms, m. I
rj ennaiiytown roaa, near ueorgetown
Store No. 4397th st. s, w r.
Store and dwtlllng. No. 85 High st Qtn.,
ZCTC uuiUCT, DiUBki ftlKJTC X
No.sllandl9Kst. n. e., 12 rooms 39
Le Droit Park, 307 Elm street 30
Lanrdon Terrace, ethst. extended 30
r o. oi x si. s. e., ? rooms, gas ana water ss
store sot 6th st. n.w 25
No. 456 New Jersey ave., s. e., m. 1 25
Nos. 1757, 1753, 17598st.n. w 25
No. 5238th st. n. e 6 rooms, m. 1. 25
Nos. 1824, 1 and 182S 11th st. n. w 7 rs.. m. 1. 25
Nos. 621, es and 636 B st. s. e., 6 rooms, gas and
No. 401 11th st. n. e,, 7 rooms 20
No. 918 East Capitol St., 6 rs., gas and water.... 20
No. 627Lst.s. e.. 6 rooms 20
No, 924 Del. ave., near 1st and K 20
No. 472 II St. s. w 20
Nos. 1411 and 1417 3d st. n.w.. 6 rooms and water. 18
No. 108 High St., Georgetown... 18
Northwest corner 12th and Q sts., S roomr. 16
No. 1106 Park st. n. e., 7 rooms, m. 1 IS
Nos. 6 and 7 Foundry Place 15
No. 2208 nth st. n. w., 2 story, 5 rooms 15
No. 161020th st. n.w., 7 rooms 15
No. 2120 10th st. n.w., 6 rooms.. 1
No. 2108 Uth st. n.w it
Store and dwelling, near 1st and F sts. s. w 11
No. 7337th St. s. e 12
No. 6 Q st. n.w.. s rooms 13
No. 2 Cottage 11111 8
Also, a number of other houses, full particulars of
which will be given u pon application at the offices of
B. II. WABNXB. rvrenth and r streets. oc2 .
PfOUSES AND FABMS FOB 8ALE.-SET-
eral two-storr L'OUSES and COTTAOES
monthly payments. Valuable Building LOTS
on easv terms. Also. FARMS In the District.
Maryland and Virginia for Sale or exchange. '
Bhls-WFMtf 708 X street northwest.
VITANTED.-PABTIES HAY1NO HOUSES
TV an.xtooms to rent, furnished or unfurnished.
or those wishing to rent are respectfully requested
to call and examine our business chances. Tbe
Satronage of the public is respectfully solicited,
.pply at tbe Washington Intelligence Office, 934 F
street northwest, first door up-stalra.
se25-tf WM. H. JONES A CO.
A DAY AT HOME. AGENTS
wanted. Ontntand terms free. TBUE a
CO., Augusta, Maine. mhi-ly
SECOND HAND OLOTH1NU WANTED AND
the HIGHEST CASH -PRICES PAID. In con
sequence of tbe large sales made dally, I am in
need of the above, and am prepared to buy all
kind, or OKNTr.TtMKN'M. BOYS' AND LI.
DIES' GARMENTS, HATS. BOOTS, SHOES,
rery highest cash prices. Br calling or addressing
by mall prompt attention will be given by
anrts-tf 15-D street northwest.
DB. A. PBATT, DENTIST, HAS BE
moved to the northwest corner cf Seventh and
D streets, over Crandall's bookstore, where he will
be pleased to see his old patrons, and the general
AW. SOHABIT HAS BEHOVED HIS
law office up stairs, 453 Louisiana avenue.
flLOSINa.OUT CARPET SALE.
Best Tapestry Ingrains. IL
nest ssrusseis. ii.z
Of 10 cents per yard on for cash.
r ooi carpets. to .ac.
Carpets from 18 V to 50c.
Dry Goods at reduced prices.
Bemnants of best Prints, 6c.
Uood'Canton Flannel, 7,Sc. up.
Wool Flannels, 18c. up; very cheap.
Casslmere for men ana boys at reduced prices.
Dress Ooods cheap.
Cashmeres, all-wool, 50c. np,
49-Stock must be reduced.
T. N. NAUDAIN,
o36 7uj Market Space.
- MARKET SPACE.
Ladles and Gentlemen'spurel.inenhenistltched
colored bordered Handkerchief, at IV worth $6
New Fall and Winter Goods
at prices that defy competition. We name is part:
BLAbK SILKS, from S7c. to tl.50 per yard; ellrst
rate Silk for 11.75, worth now p.25.
Slack and colored, all the new and desirable shades,
at 5Cc, worth 62S.
Black and colored, all shades; special bargains 3
colors at Cc.. worth 25.
' 1HOUSE-FUBNISHINO GOODS.
RLAKKETS I BLAICKETS t .
Fine all-wool Blanket. IS.ro. worth S3. Table Linen,
bleached, full width, 50c. Bleached Sheeting,
10-4 wide, 20c., Ac. One case Honeycomb Quilts,
76c, worth fl. 100 pieces new Prints, CMC 1
case Cretons. dark shades, 1214c.
Gent's Dress Shirts, complete, made of Wamsutta
cotton and Richardson's linen, for 41. War-
WISWAIX '& GWYHN.
TEINO AND SCOUBINO ESTABLISH-
MENT the undersigned call the attention
of tbe puMle to the fact tbat they are now prepared
tneiecntB all order for I1VF.INI1 AND SCOUR-
.JNO, guaranteeing satisfaction in every case. Hare
occxi cigatccn years m me uuainews in inc cur vi
New York. W. 8. CLABKE A CO..
1808 Seventh street, between S and T northwest.
VEW UOOD8I, .
A large line of Gilt-Band Window Shades at
greatly reduced prices. Plain Shade UoOds. Hair
Mattresses, Feathers. Hearth Bugs. Door Mats,
Blankets; Bed Comforts, Fancy Folding-Chalrs,
X,. F. CLARK SOXS
i , NEW STOHE".
nol-tf No. IIUF street.
WALL PAPERS .
A SPLENDID STOCK OF PAPER HANGINGS,
, , Or BTZ2T VAMZTT A3D FBICX,
j Now In store and dally arriving, it the
' . . '. . NEWJTOBE OE
E. F. CLARK A SONS. .
nol-tf 'UlJ'y street northwest, 5?
FOR SALE-A FIVE RESIDENCE. IN
New Jersey, only nii.e mlies from New Yorx
city: every convenience: abundance of fruit, Ac.
no4-6t Ji. K. WlLbOi.5tl sevenths reet.
FOB SALE A NEW THBEE-STORY
Brick, with Mansard roof, bay window and
evey modern convenience. K street, between Six
t-enih and Seventeenth streets norlhwet. ery
low, and terms essy. CUaS. P. PL'SIIAW.
no2-tt 613 Seventh street.
and f streets circle, at three quarters 1U
sunt - CHAD. P. PUSIIAW.
FOB SALE A TWO-STORY FBAB1E
Swelling House and Corner Store, fitted np
with bbelvlngs. Counters and largf, dry .cellar,
suitable for Orocery or ttirket store, southeast cor
ner of Tenth street and South Carolina avenue
southeast. Also, for sale, two-story slx-roon
Frame Dwelling House, No. 1005 south Carolina
avenue southeast. Aoplyto
TlIOS. E. WAGQAJIAN.
octT-FM Wtf No. 5H Seventh street northwett.
FOB SALE THAT TEBY DESIBABLE
building lot northwest corner Tweuty-tlrkt
street and Pennsylvania avenue northwest will be
sold chesp and on easy terms. .
J. STANLEY JONES.
ocll 511 Seventh street.
SECOND STBEET NOBTHWEST
with two story back building: seven rooms, hot and
cold water: stable on rear of lot; also, two horses
anacarruge. J. biaslci jhsks,
seu-tf 511 Seventh street.
E STBEET NOBTHWEST FOB
SALE Three-storr and basement mastle-
front House; nine rooms, water and gas.' Terms
to suit purchaser. Apply to
J. STANLEY JONES.
se!9-tf 611 Seventh street.
FOB SALE-TEN VEBYVALUABLELOT3
(40x 132 feet each) in the city of Terr Haute. In
diana. Will be sold at a great sacrifice or exchanged
for unincumbered property here.
sepl5 E. J. SWEET. 511 Seventh street.
FOB SALE THBE&STOBY BRIOK
dwelling, with' back 'building: 10 rooms and
bath; all tbe modern Improvements, No. 1324 Elev
enth street, between N and O northwest.
J STANLEY JONES,
seplS-tf 611 Seventh street.
FOB BENT A LAKUE AND HANDSOME
residence, containing 14 rooms, with all mod
ern Improvements. Also, carrlage-nouse, stable
and large yard. Uood location: within one square
from the cUCerent lines of street cars. Bent fob per
month. J. STANLEY JONES.
sepl5-tf 511 Seventh street.
FOE SALE OB EXCHANGE TWO STORY
press-brick front Dwelling and Store: good
cellar: fire rooms; in northwestern section of city;
corner location- Will sell or exchange for small
place of several acres no tb of the city.
J. &TANLE Y JONES.
s15-tf 611 Seventh streeU
FOB SALE NEW THBEE-STOBY BBIOK;
back building: bay window; eleven rooms and
bath-room: marble mantels, gas and water: fin
ished in best style throughout; with good brick
stable on rear of lot. No. 1609 Nineteenth street
northwest. J.STANLEY JONES.
selS-tf 811 seventh street.
FOR SALE A C031FOBTABLE TAVO.
story frame Dwelling, with bark bull ling; six
rooms, in excellent order; fine water on premises;
deep lot. with abundance of fruit. No. 2113 Six
teenth street northwest.
J. STANLEY JONES,
sel5-tf 611 Seventh street.
FOE SALB-TWO TWO-STOBY BBIOK
Houses; eight roons: bath and all modern lm
Srovements. Northwest corner Seventh and South
. streets, Capitol Hill. Easy terms.
J. STANLEY JONES.
selS-tf Ml Seventh street.
OB SALE TWO-STOBY HBIUKDWELL
1NU, good cellar. Latrobes, marble mantels;
uaui, water ana gas.
No. 1756 P street northwest.
,1. ns&ALieii juries.
511 Seventh street.
FOB SALE TWO-STOBY BBIOK DWELL
ING; eight rooms. Located In northwestern
part of city,
J. STANLEY JONES.
511 Seventh street.
FOKSALK TWO-STORY FRAME DWELL
ING, on Fourth s reet, between H and I streets
northeast. Will be sold vet y cheap and on easy
terms. J. STANLEY JONES.
sel5-tf 611 Seventh street.
FOB SALE NEW TWO-STOBY FRAME
Dwelling, with basement: seven rooms; deep
lot, with rarpenter shop and stable on rear of lot
17 P street, between North Capitol and First streets
northeast. J. STA.NLEY JONES,
sclS-tf ill Seventh street.
I "EWBJSALE TWO-STOBY AND BASE-
! mens ones, aweuiug, seven rooms, ana Data,
store-room, closets, marble mantels, range, La
trobes, hot and cold water, gas, northeast corner
Pierce place and Fifteenth street. Terms easy;
small cash payment. J.. STANLEY JONES,
seis-tf m Seventh street.
FOB SALE A DESIBABLE THBEE
story pressed-brlck house, ten rooms, hot and
cold water; deep lot. Located In northwesters part
of tbe elty. J. STANLEY JUNES'
sel5-tf 511 Seventh street.
FOB SALE A VEBY FINE THBEE
storyand basement brick, mansard-roof resi
dence, with three-story back building. All the
modern improvements of finest quality. Located
In one of the handsomest rows of houses In the
northwestern portion of the city. Stable and wide
alley In rear. J. STANLEY- JON ES.
eei5-tf 511 Seventh street.
FOB SALE TWO-STOBY. BBIOK DWELL.
Ing, No. 324 Eighth street northeast, with back
building, seven rooms, good cellar, water, Ac.
J. STANLEY JONES.
selS-tf Sll Seventh street.
FOB SALE TWO TWO-STOBY FBENCH
roof dwellings, Nos. 710 and 713 N street, be
tween Seventh and Eighth northwest, with back
buildings, bay windows, ten rooms and bath, mar
ble mantels, gas and water.
J. STANLEY JONES,
e!5-tf 511 Seventh street.
FOB SALE SEVERAL SMALL OOM
fortsble BBICK DWELLINGS, two-storyand
basement; gas and water; located in northwestern
Sart of the city; wUI be sold chean. and on easy
;rms. J. STANLEY JONES,
se!5-tf 5U Seventh street.
FOB SALE SEVERAL TWO-STOBY AND
basement BRICKS, with two-story back build
ings. nw, with ail modern Improvements, in the
northwestern section of the city, near two lines of
street cars and market. Price moderate and terms
easy. J. STANLEY JONES,
seU-tf 6U Seventh street.
FOB SALE TWO THBEE-STOBY PBESS
BBICK HOUSES, on Fourth, between N and
O streets northwest, nine and ten rooms, bath, all
modern Improvements. J. STANLEY JONES,
sel5-tf Sll Seventh street.
FOR SALE TWO-STOBY BBIOK, MAN
SABD ROOF, bay window, ten rooms and
bath; with all the modem Improvements; No. 505
B street southeast. J. STANLEY JONES.
sepU-tf 5118evenfh street.
FOESALE THE TWO-STOBY AND BASE
MENTMansard roof brick resldence.wlu back
building. No. 1130 Eighth street, between MandN
streets northwest; bay window, ten rooms and bath
room, hot and cold water, marble washstands and
mantels throughout; nearly new and very substan
tially built. WtU be told at a bargain and on easy
terms. J.STANLEY JONES.
seplS-tf 5U Seventh street.
FOR SALE-HANDSOME NEW THBEE
STOBY residence, ten rooms, all elaborately
frescoed; Italian marble mantels: range Latrobe:
hot and cold water, 4c Located In one of the most
desirable portions of the city.
seplS-tf 611 Seventh street.
TjlABM FOB SALE-SIXTY AOBES QOOD
A; grassland: largehouse, villa style, out-bulld-lngs.
large spring; would make a first-class dairy
farm; BrookvUle pike, half mile from Blair's and
quarter of a mile from the rail road station.
J STANLEY JONES,
sepl5-tf 811 Seventh street.
tJjryjKJVJt, the above amounts on hand to loan
on real estate. We can negotiate loans at any time
on short notice and at reasonable rates. Amounts
oi Jl0,O00 and upwards can be hd at per cent., pay
able quarterly, fire years to run.
oc2S-lra 412 Seventh street.
FOR SALE OE EXCHANOE A FINE
FARM, containing seventy-three acres, situate
about five miles north of George to wn.D. C. : twenty
acres in hard wood and timber: orchard, 300 peach
trees, 125 apple, 10 or 13 pear-trees, 40 cherry-trees;
fine water; stream through woodland; good soli for
grain, grass, ae.; improved by a two-story frame
welling-house, seven rooms, porch on two sides,
outbuildings, barn, stable, Ac. Price. $5,000. Terms
easy deferred payments at six per cent, interest, or
will exchange for good city property.
J. STANLEY JONES,
oca) . 511 Seventh street.
SALE OF S PORTING
order of tbe consignees, we offer
the balance orth Enllh Ttrreeh ana Mmzl-
loadlng SHOT GUNS at an additional reduction or
prices, at which great sacrifice the whole must be
soldwlihln a very short time. The majority of
thtmareof the well-known English makers, seen
as Greener, Scott. P. Welby, Hollis, Clabrougb.
Ward, Manton, Ac. Each u fully warranted. An
early call will Insure the best selection, as they post-
tlrely cannot be duplicated for the prices offered.
8. GOLDSTEIN A CO.,
Corner Tenth andDstreets,
ocl8-tf Loan Office and Commission Brokers.
MONEY LOANED ON BEAL ESTATE.
Large sums at 8 and 9 per cent. ; smaller sums
st 10 per cent. Houses rented. Property sold at
private or publle sale.
SHERMAN A HANDY,
Beal Estate Agents and Auctioneers.
ocI7-lra St. Cloud Building.
GBAND CENTENNIAL OHANOE.
A fortune can be made In three months. A
large Boarding House, No. 8U E street northwest,
for rent cheap. Inquire of
B. H. WABNER,
Beal Estate Broker,
eSS Cor. Seventh and F streeets.
FIB SALE-BUSINESS STAND AND
DWELLING" The th-ee-story brick house,
with three-story back building, first floor fitted up
as storo-room; water and gas: corner location; cen
tral, and in one of the best business portions of the
city; near two lines of s treat cars and market. Will
be sold at a bargain, and on easy terms.
-all Seventh street.
CTOR SALE OB EXCH ANUE-SS AOEE3 IK
-a. Montgomery connty.Md., 6 miles from the elty.
and about a quarter of a mile from Linden, a station
on me Metropolitan railroad. iana or une quality.
ana gooa improvements. e., rf.owx.es.
Sll Seventh street.
FOB SALE OE EXOHANOE FOR CITY
OB COUNTBY PEOPEBTY-A first-class
Drug Store and Fixtures In the western part of the
city, Elegant fixtures and no better location In the
city for a large lancy drug business. New Soda
Fountain. For further particulars Inquire of
sepl-tf B. M. HALL, 515 Seventh street.
TTIOR TRADE A FINE BES1DENOE ON
UNION STBKET.BBOOKLYN, N. Y., with
Brown Stone trimmings. Three stories and base
ment, also good cellar. Hot and cold water, with all
other modern improvements. Bents for 5 per
month. Incumbrance of 61,000 to be assumed by
purchaser. Price, 18.000. WUI trade for unincum
bered city property. B. M. HAL L,
au3-f . 815 Seventh street.
EXOHANOE FINE RESIDENCE OW
Erie railroad. WUI exchange for Washington
city property. Good fruit, large house and neces
sary outbuildings. Distant from New York 23 mUes,
near PatersoiuNew Jersey. Apply to Dr. W. H.
TAY LOB. 808K street northwest. ang2S-tf
SALE CHEAP LOTS AND ONE
aanare. near Lincoln nark, at about assessed
value 6 to 8 cents per foot. B. M. HALL.
aul2 515 Seventh street.
FOB BALE TWO FINE LOTS ON A
street north, near Third street, at so cents per
foot. B. M. HALL,
an!3 515 Seventh street.
-TTAOB TRADE COUNTRY SEAT OF 6
A' acres, north of elty 7 miles. Forest Glen sta
tion, on Point of Bocks railroad. Finely Improved.
Large house. 13 rooms. Barn, springs, Ac. Lawn
and fine shade. WUI trade for a house or vacant
ground here, Baltimore. Philadelphia or New York.
nl3 B. M. HALL. Sli Seventh street,
T7OB TRADE 2BAOBES ONEHALFMLE
A: from Boundary street, north of the city. A por
tlon on t fine forest. WUI be traded for a good house,
and difference In Incumbrance on house assumed.
anl3 B. at. HALL, 615 Seventh street.
pUB-TBADE A FINE HOUSE OF IS
kwou. in oest oraer, in uwrrewwa. njum
ded for a farm on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
lee, H6.030, .. K. M. HALL,.
" ocveavn street.
TTIOB SALE AN ELEOANT RESIDENCE
Ai on Cspltol Bin. nearly new, fronting 41 bv ts
feet, lot 73x100. doubl front, mansard roof, bar
windows on each side, fine view of the Capitol and
Part. House contains 14 moms, finished in hard
wooovheated wl-h hofslr. improved furnace: hot
and cold water, and lint class In sll details. Canbe
purchased at less than cot. -
. T J. STANLEY JONES.
oc3 . en eleventh street.
'41 T STREET SOUTHEAST FOB
"--1 SALE Three-story and basement brick
iweiung. ten rooms, bath, water and ga.. Price,
83,000; easy terms.
511 Seventh street.
We offer the following list or unredeemed pledges
and commission goods at great bargains. Every
article Is fully warranted:
DIAMONDS, soUtareand In cluster.
WATCHES, in solid gold or surer cases, Amer
lesn. EngUsh, Swiss.
CHAINS, solid 12. 11 ana 18-karat gold.
KINGS, the best assortment In the cltv.
BRACELETS. soUd gold or ailed, tvery sire.
SETS, all kinds.
STUD!, every kind, solid II and 18-karat gold.,
SLEEVE BUTTONS, everydeslgn.
CHOOSES, solid gold and Boman gold filled.
LOCKETS, lady's or gentleman's, or rich de
PINS, every kind, new and second-ban 1.
EAB-R1NUS, to match the pins or separate.
CLOCKS, American, English or Freuch.
BRONZES, very fine, some very rare.
SILVER or sUvf r-nlated ware.
GUNS. EnglUh kreech "and muzzle-loading, 10
and 12 gauge, new and second-hand.
BEVOLVEBS. from 83.35 to tt, all kinds.
ULAS&fs .opera, field, spectacles or eye-glasses.
CUTLERY, pocket-knives and razors.
oajlEs. gold-headed and a few others.
Is to be seen in be annreclated: lmnosslble
to describe. All we ask
Is a fair comparison for the-
similar goods to Insure a ready sale. Call and ex
amine oeiore pnrcnastnr ei5ewnere.
8. GOLDSTEIN & CO..
lOANAXD COMMISSION BROKERS.
seI7-tf N. E. Comer Tenth and D streets.
FOB SALE THBEE HUNDBED AOBES
Bocks Read, located at or near Forrest Glen Sta
tion, Md., nine mUes from Washington. Inquire
of THUS. J. DROWN. Wheaton P. O., MJ.
Also, very cheap, one Lot of 3S acres. ans-6w
AESHALL HALL 1 OB SALE.
This well-known an nonnlar Hummer Resort- i
tucuarjuuiu aiueoi me X oiomac
nver, sixteen mues neiow Wash
ington. D. C, and opposite Moant
sernon, u now onerea zor sate
on easv terms, or will trade fo-
cltv nronertv. The nlaee contains tmiraur nn.
in excellent state of culUvatlon; has 15,000 yoong
peach trees, nearly aU in bearing; an orchard of
over 100 choice varleUes of apples: a well-built old
fashioned mansion, with 12 rooms and spacious
halls, a large barn and several outbuildings, all la
pod order, and fitted np in every way for a No. 1
The river front Is fitted up especially for excur
sionists, and is, without exception, the best loca
tion for this purpose on the Potomsc river. There
is an extensive lawn reaching down to the water's
edge, numerous shade trees, arbors, booths, patent
swings, Ac, and a pavlUlon the largest south of
Philadelphia. There Is excellent fishing, bathing,
and boating at the Place, and it Is thought that a
first-class Summer Boarding-house would pay well,
as there is nothing of the kind within seventr-fiTe
A publle road leads down to thewhirfln front of
the premises, and Is the principal. If not the only,
outlet toward the river for fruits and produce from
farmers in Charles county. The site Is a good one
for a store, and there Is a building on the place ad
mirably adapted for such a purpose.
Tbe steamers Mary Washington and Arrow, from
Washington, touch at the wharf on their dally trips
downward and upward. The Lady of the Lake, the
Jane Mosely, the Thompson, and the two Baltimore
boats (the .Washington and the Express) stop at
regular intervals, and dally excursions are ran to
An enterprising party eouM easily make a f0r
tone atth- nand. Apply to
h d. WARNER, Beal Estate Broker,
el-tf Corner Seventh and F streets.
T7IOB SALE HORSE, BUQOY AND HAB.
a.- nfoa, in nrst-rate oraer. uorse is
xina, wui siana witnont hitching, ana is
a Eighth street.
OR SALE OX A STBEET rs. E.
A two-storv frame with fire rooms. f2.SX.
Apply to B. H. WARNER, seventh and F sts.
v A. STREET SOUTHEAST.
A three-story brick house with It rooms, tll.OOO.
A three-story brick house with B rooms. iXooo.
Apply to B.H. WARNER, Seventh and Fsta.
R STREET- BORTHEA8T.
A three-story brick house with 9 rooms, 84,000
Apply to B.H. WARNER. Seventh and F sts.
R STREET SOUTHEAST.
A three-story brick-house. 10 rooms and store,?, 0
A two-story brick bouse. 10 rooms. 86,000.
Apply to B. H. WARN EB, Seventh and F sts.
An elegant property between 14th and 15th sts., 17, 500
Aneat two-story frame near N. Capitol St., f 1,400.
Apply to B.H. WABNEB. Seventh and F sts.
C STREET NOBTHWEST.
A three-story brick house with 10 roo ss, tl.000.
A two-story brlct house and basement. ,3,500.
Applyto B. H. WARNER. SeTenthandFsts.
COLUMBIA STREET NOBTHWEST.
A two-story honse above P street, 83,600.
A three-story house above P street. (3.600.
A two-story house above O street, aj.500.
Applyto B. H. WARNER. Seventh and F sts.
CORCORAS STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick house with 10 rooms. 83.000.
Applyto B. 11. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
A two-story house with 7 rooms. 81.000.
A two-story brick house with 6 rooms. P-3.
-Applyto B.H. WABNEB. Seventh and FsU.
A two-story brick on north side, 82,500,
A two-story brick on sdurh side, 12.300.
Apply to B.H. WaCSer, seventh and F sts.
DE SALES STREET.
Seven elegant two-story houses with 3 rooms and
large yards, 89,000.
Applyto R. H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
X STREET NORTHWEST.
A five-story brick house with 13 rooms, 813,000.
A two-story house with 9 rooms, 83.0U0.
Applyto B.H. WARNER, SeventhandFsti.
E STBEET SOUTHEAST.
A two-story frame house with 4 rooms. 81.600.
Applyto B.H. WARNER, Seventh and Fstl.
EAST CAPITOL STREET.
A three-story house with 14 rooms. 87,000.
An old house on a lot 27x129, 85,000.
- Applyto B. H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
T STREET NORTHWEST.
A four-story brick house, with 11 rooms, near
Seventh street, 813 000.
A four-story brick, with 12 rooxts,near Tenth street,
Astore and dwetUng near Eleventh street. f'.S. 000.
Apply to B. H. WARNEE.Seventh and F sts.
F STREET SOUTHWEST.
A two-story frame, with 6 rooms. 83,000.
Apply to B. H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
a STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story pressed brick. with largo lot, 86.500.
Apply to If. H. WARNER, seventh and F sts.
GRAST ATE., near 7tn A Bonndary.
A n w two-story frame house with 4 rooms, 8700; 850
cash and 815 per month.
Apply to K, H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
H STREET NORTHEAST.
A store and dwelllng,6 roems, 83,508
Apply to B. H. WARN ERSevea- and F sts.
H STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick house, near Eighth street, with
10 rooms, 810,000.
A two-story brick, with 7 rooms, near Seventh,
Apply to B. H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
I STREET NORTHEAST.
A two-story brick bouse, with 6 rooms. 81,900.
aaiApplytoB. H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
I STREET NORTHWEST.
An elegant residence, bet. 3d and 3d sts., 112,500.
A two-story house of 9 rooms, 83,000.
A two story frame near Twenty-first street, 83.000.
Apply to B. li. WARNER, Seventh and F su.
A four-story brick,wtth 9 rooms, 83.(00.
Apply to B. H.-WARNER. Seventh and F sts.
K STREET NORTHWEST.
A four-story brick, with 12 rooms, 810,000.
Apply to B. H. WARNERSeventh and Fats.
H STREET NORTH WE IT.
A three-story double house, near 14th street, 135,009
A two-story brick house, with 7 rooms, near Uth
Apply to B. H. WABNERSeTenth and F sts.
A commodious and beautiful mansion at Hth street,
Four frames near 7th street, 86.000.
A two-story frame near 8ta street, large lot. 85,000.
A two-story frame near 9th street.ll rooms, 94,000.
A frame housewlth S rooms, 81,700.
Apply to B. H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
A three-story house, with rooms, near 6th afreet, (a
Apply to B. H. WARNER, Seventh ana
N STREET NORTHWEST.
A neat residence near 14th street;, 110,500.
A nice house above 14th stieet. 89,000,
Two two-story frames near Sth street. 85,500.
A two-story brick near 7th street, 83,(00.
Apply to B. H. WABNEB, Seventh and F (ta,
' O STREET RORTHWEST.
A new three-story brick with 14 rooms, 111,000.
Applylto B. H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
A three-story dwelling with store front, sear Ninth
A three-story bouse, near Nineteenth street, 85,800.
.Applyto B.H. WARNER, Seventh and Fsta,
PARK ST., (XEAR-Utb SB E. CAPITOL.)
A two-story frame with 8 rooms. 31.700.
Apply to B. H. WARNER, seventh and F itt,
PIERCE ST., (NEAR Iltn s S STS.)
A new frame, with 7 rooms. 13,500.
Applyto B.H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
A three-story brick, near Fourteenth street, with II
A two-storr brick with S rooms, 84,000.
A two-story frame with 4 rooms. 11,500.
Applyto B.H. WARMER, Seventh and F sts.
R STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-storybrlck hotSe, near Fourth St.. tL80&
Applyto B.H. WARNER, Seventh and Fits.
S STREET NORTHWEST.
A two-story bouse, near Thirteenth street, 84,090.
A two-story bouse, aboye Fourteenth street, 83,500,
A three-atoryhoase, near Fourteenth street 17.000.
Applyto B.H. WARNER. Seventh and F sts.
SANSOX STREET NOBTHWEST.
Nos. 1412 and 1414, each 81.500.
.Applyto B. H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
T STREET NORTHWEST.
Ho. 1309. a neat two-story brick with 3 rooms, 84,000:
8300 cash and balance monthly at 8 per cent.
Applyto B. H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
A two-story brick with rooms, 83,000.
Applyto B.H. WARN ERTseventh and
W STREET NORTHWEST.
A large double cottage, large 'grounds, Ac. 87.500.
warn KR, seventh and I sts.
FIRST STREET NORTHEAST. M
An elegant mansion, near B street, 825,000.
Applyto B. IE WARNER. Seven tn and F sts.
FIRST STRE E NORTHWEST.
A three-storybrlck bouse with 12 rooms, 36,500.
Apply to B.H, WARNER, Serenth and I at.
FIRST STREET SOUTHWEST.
Ai wc-story brick with 5 rooms. SLJBO.
- Appiy w B. H. WABNEB. S.-venth and Fsta.
6ECOND STREET NORTHEAST.
A two-story boue with 4 rooms, si Boo.
Apply to B. H. WARNER, SeVcnth and F sts.
. SECOND STREET NORTHEAST.
A ibree-storT bouse with 4 rooms. 83.000.
Applyto B. H. WARNER, seventh and Fsta.
THIRD STREET NORTHWEST.
A two-siory frame with 8 rooms and water. 33,009
A two-story frsme houe, near -streetcarsrst.wf.
Apply to B, H. WABNEB. Seventh andFstsT
THIRD STREET SOUTHEAST.
A twostory frame with 6 rooms, 81.400.
Aoplrto B.H. WARNER. Seventh and Fsta.
FOURTH STREET NORTHEAST.
AtVo-story house, near A street. 84,000.
A three-story brick house with 10 rooms, 33,000.
A rood two-storr frame house, 81.200.
Applyto B.H. WABNEB, seventh and F sts.
A two-story corn er brick house, with 8 rooms, 85,000.
A two-story brick house, near A street.
Applyto B. U. WABNEB. Seventh and F sts.
FOURTH STREET NORTHWEST.
Four two-story frame houses, near H street. 31O.000.
A three-stoiT brick house. 8 rooms. 33.500.
Applyto B. H. WARN EB, Seventh and F sts.
FIFTH STREET SOUTHEAST.
Two three-story houses, 9 rooms. 85.000.
A brick bouse, near F streer, 8.V50O.
Applyto B.H. WABNEB, seventh and F sts.
A three-story brick house, with 10 rooms. 34,800.
A two-story frame bouse, with 6 rooms. SI. 450
Applyto B.H. WARNER, serenth and F sts.
SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A large buUdlng at corner or L street. 340,000.
Apply to B.H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
SEVENTH STREET SOUTHWEST.
A two-story frame, with 6 rooms, 83.000.
A three-story brick, with 10 roomsVliooa.
A two-story frame, with 7 rooms. 31,600.
Applyto B. H. WARNER. Seventh and F sts.
EIGHTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A twotory frame, near H street, 84.500.
Applyto B. H. WABNEB. Seventh and F sts.
NINTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick house, near L street. 315.000.
A four-story bouse, near L street, 814. 000.
T two-story frame, near L street, 32,900.
Applyto B.H.WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
NINTH STREET NORTHEAST.
Aneat fire-room cottage, near O street. 32.500.
Applyto B. H. WAlBNER, SeventgandF sts.
TENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A two-story frame, with 6 rooms, S3.500.
A two-story brick, with 6 rooms. 83.000.
Apply to B.H. WABNEB, Seventh and F ata,
ELEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick, near N street, 310.300.
A three-storv brick, with 11 rooms. 83,7o0.
A three-story brick honse, with 12 rooms, 87,000.
A three-story frame house, with store. 45,500.
A threetory brick, with 10 rooms. 86,030.
Seven new bricks, 8 rooms. 83,500 each.
Applyto B.H. WARN EB. Seventh and Fsta
ELEVENTH STREET SOUTHEAST.
A three-story house in PhUadelphla Bow. 84,500.
Apply to B. H. WARNER, seventh and F sts.
TWELFTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A six-room cottage,'83,300.
A two-story frame. 7 rooms, 84,000.
Applyto B.H. WARNER, SeventhandF sts.
THIRTEENTH ST. NORTHWEST.
A twotory brick, with 8 rooms, 33,500.
A twotory frame, with 7 rooms. 83,800. .
Applyto B.H, WARNER, Seventh and Fsta.
THIRTEENTH ST. SOUTHWEST.
A two-story brick house, with 5 rooms. 81.300: 3200
cash and balance monthly.
Apply to B. 11. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
FOURTEENTH ST. SOUTHWEST.
A three-story brick, with 13 rooms, 83.500.
A two-story brick, with 8 rooms, sLsoo.
Applyto B.H. WABNEB, Seventh and F sts.
SIXTEENTH ST. NORTHWEST.
Five houses on large lot, near L, 35,300; 8300 cash
and balance to suit.
Applyto B.H. WABNEB Seventh and F sts.
NINETEENTH ST. NORTHWEST. -
Two brick bouses, with 9 rooms. A&, 34.500.
Apply to B. H. WARNER. Seventh and F sts.
TWENTY-SIXTH ST. NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick, with 8 rooms, fMpo.
Apply to B. H. WARNER,'-
se4 Seventh and F streets
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Irrqir f steeet, (jiichleb bow.)
I OI For Bent or Sale House, containing
seven chambers, parlor, dining-room, kitchen and
laundry. Hot and cold water, with all the conve
niences of a first-class house.
. ,. So. 1210 G street,
xol-t Or Room 4. No. 517 Seventh street.
1 4flS N STREET, NEAR THE OIBOLE--8-MAO
For Sale or Bent Eleven-room honse,
finely frescoed and finished from top to bottom: en
tirely new. Turns easy. Price moderate.
SMITH, BIBGE A CO.. ,
QC4-tf 1014 Pennsylvania avenue!
"PJTOB SALE OE RENT A NINE-BOOM
X! press-brick front house corner of Sixteenth
and P streets; basement, two stories, Martsara roof,
bay window and aU modern conveniences. Also,
two choice lots adjoining house. Terms very
reasonable. For Information apply at 1318 Massa
chusetts avenue. selt-tf
FOB SALE, EXCHANOE OE BENT THAT
beautifully finished RESIDENCE, 1434 "
street northwest, containing seventeen rooms, eH
most eligibly located, and possessing all modern CS
Improvements. Half cash. Apply to W. NOT-A
TINGHAM, corner of Third and X streets south
east, or to T. A. POSEY. Fort Foot, Maryland.
STOVES, RANGES, &C.
TF. YOU WISH TO SAVE MONET
STOVES, BANCtES, AC.,
JOHN MOKAN.2126 Pa. Avenue.
NewSUver Palace. Sunnvside, or Lijtbt-
niog xieaier, 10 neat tnre" noors. omyxi,,
Kiwg, Cabinet and Columbia Ranees ai
low as 316. Uem Oracle, snlendld. and
Washington Ranges, 89. A full Une ore
Base-Burnlner and Heating- fatoves. the
cheapest In tbe elty. Call before purchasing. It
will pay. repairing promptly attended to and sat
Ufaction guaranteed. oc23-2m
Tames K. ITarrover,
1338 FOURTEENTH STREET N. W
BtoTen, Grate, Range, House-Far.
nlnbinsr Goods, Ac
JST-Roofinsr and Spouting; a Specialty.
O P E C I A T. T IBS.
FIRE ON THE HEARTH, Open Stove.
Beautiful Fire-Place Heater.
. . New Portable Range.
...... . Wrooght-Tron Fnrnace.
All first class. Each the best of Its kind.
HAYWARD & HUTCHINSON,
317 Ninth street, near the Avenue.
STOVE AND PLUMBING HOUSE.
STAG'S HEAD RANGE
Tbe Quickest Baker, the Most Economic! Heater
and Cbeaprst Ran re In the market.
BA'QOETllOT-CLOaET BANOE. Something
entirely ne-w, cheap, good and bandy. Just the
ranee every houMkeeper will bay.
Also. 8anfords new Challenge Hot-air THE
KACE; superior to Ml others.
At the sole agency of
IIOFF A THOM AS,
ocTSm 920 Pennsylvania arenae northwest.
1423 HEW YOEKATENtTE. 1423
TH03. M. SHEPHERD,
PLCMEINQ, STEAK AND GAS FIT
ING. GAS FLXTUBES.
The largest and best assorted designs in the city,
consisting of CThandeUers In crystal, bronse ana
gilt; exquisite Toilet and Newel Lights; portables
and reading Lights, Pendants, Brackets. Ac, la
endless variety at Philadelphia wholesale prices.
Of the newest and most elegant styles In marble,
slate and carved walnut, and at the lowest prices.
In silver, gilt, bronxe and nickel, of h.virtvwnri
design and flnlsh.
A dozen different styles, including the "May
flower," "Sliver Palace," "Social," "Boynton's
1376." "Baltlmorean." "New Baito" and others,
put up In the beat manner, and guaranteed to gtve
T desire to can special attention to the "EMPIRE'
-Chllon Snartan" and Ather nnrM at wrv
For heating and cooking complete with furniture.
Etnas, Monitors, Ac, for the sickroom.
I ara'prepared to furnish any styles of furnace,
either portable or set inn superior manner In brick
at reasonable rate
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING.
Employing none but the most skillful workmen. I
am prepared to execxte all orders promptly, and la
a superior manner, and at the lowest price.
. OVr. SmiglfTTTFtP,
NEW TORK AYXNTJX. 143
Q- Q W. H. HARROTER, OI Q
OJLO SEVENTH STREET, OJLO
Five doors from Pennsylvania avenue north.
'REPAIRS FOE ALL KINDS CfF STOVES,
FULL ASSORTMENT OF HOUSE-TOR.
M13 - NISHINQ GOODS.
riTHE WAEBEN RANGE AHD THE
SPLENDID FIRE-PLACE FURNACE.
E. F. SIMPSON,-
100S Pennsylvania avenue,
What yon want these times Is a good Firs Cent
Cigar. LITTLE BOSS Is a new brand of cigars
that we have had pnt np expressly for our retail
trade, ltls guaranteed tons to be manufactured,
from selected foreign and domestic leaf. It has no
arttnctal llavoi. and we are satisfied that the filler
eontarne a preponderance of Cuban tobacco. In
introdnclng this brand our object Is to furnish a
cigar at t cents-five for a centa-er delicate Savor,,
good enough to nun at home. Believing that no
member of the family circle would object to the
odor of pnre Havana, we commend thla clear in a
special manner to gentlemen who wish to enjoy
their evening smoke at home, without offense to
others. On trial w think yon will agree wltB m,
sold only at the LYN CHBURQ TOBACCO STORE,
No. U1S Seventh street northwest, between L ana
M. Lynchburg smoking tobacco to dabs at factory
i-. tfejt. .