Newspaper Page Text
-. ..v-,- ,.--.-"W
; --. .
V" -. ZJ
-? . .-w ' -r 1ST
"Tcr - tr "?
&rt r-'?'r.--j5 '
' r -- - - - V J if
y.J. MTJBTAOH Editor and Proprietor!
Thi NATXOkai. BxroLICAXli published every
awmlng, (Sundays excepted) at tie southwest eor
aer of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania areas
Md Is furnished to subscribers (br earrlersl tr-
rifly Cents Per Montn. i
Mall rahscribere postage paid, ts.ooyer rear: ft-M .
tor six months, and p. CO for three monthe' Ttrms
Invariably Is advance, i
RATES OF ADVERTISING! ,
Twenty-five eenssper line AdvertlsejsentiUBaer
the head of "For Sale and Bent," "Wanted,"
Vst and round," aaa Personal," twelve and a
half cents per line.
J3-JJ1 commnnlcattoai, whether oa baxtaeu or
tor publication, should be addressed to Wn J
MtflTAOH, Proprietor, NATIONAL RxruzUCAX,
Washington, D. O.
THE RATIONAL REPVBLICAN HAS A
LARGER CIRCVLATION THAN ANT OTHER
MORNING ATSR IN TBS DISTRICT OF CO.
KAHQXAL REPOBM K0MA1MS.
RUTHERFORD B. HAYES,
TOK VICE PRESIDENT:
WILLIAM A. WHEELER,
. of A e w Tor Jr..
In accordance -with our usual custom, we
have made the most complete arrange
ments practicable for-tbe early receipt and
display of the election returns to night
upon the Avenue frost of the Nation- u.
Republican Building, by means of the
Eciopticon and the calcium light The re
turns will be received by means of a
"Western Union telegraphic wire directly
in tLis effic?, and at once displayed to the
public by Professor Gardner, of photo
graphic fame. Should the weather be pro
pitious we expect to be able to make a
more prompt, effective and successful dis
play than ever before. It is needless for
us to remiDd the readers of this journal
that we have Mir-trtn excelled all others
in cur efforts to place the earliest and
most -complete information of results of
national elections at the disposal of the
public, recardltss of attendant expenses.
15uf, havinu arranged for superior facilities
in the way of the prompt receipt of the re
turns, both by means of the press tele
grams and special dispatches, we hope to
night to be able to present definite results
of the electortl vote before midnight. The
vote for President asil Vice President will
be the first canvassed in all the States, and
as there will be no scratching of this ticket,
the count can be announced with tolerable
accuracy quite early in the night It is
nearly certain, therefore, that we shall be
able to relieve the suspense and anxiety of
all parties on the all-absorbing subject of
the next Presidency by definite informa
tion .before they sleep. In common with
the large majority of our readers, we are
full and strong in the faith that the suc
cessful candidates will be Hates and
Clear weather and a fair, square chance
is all that Hayes and "Wheeler require
The roughs and rowdies will vote to-Jay,
"rain or shine.' Hence the Democratic
advant age in the event of rain.
Muddy, rainy weather, damp, unpro
piticus, pnforbodmg and dispiriting atmos
pheric surroundings will aid Tilden and
One of the most egregious errors made
by the Opposition is a reliaEce upon Wis
consin for Tilden and Hendricks. The Re
publicans of that State do not "dig pota
toes" in the Centennial year.
i tiir good man, woman and child in
the country will work for Hiycs and
"Wheeler to day even these m the District
of Columbia, where ihcyhavc no vo.es,
will pray for RppnM'ran succcr.
The indications arc that, in the event of a
close vol to-day, some one of the Southern
States, either North or South Carolina for
example, may deckle the contest. The
gallant struggle made in those States by
the intrepid Republicans who still remain
true to the principles of the party should
not te forgotten. Whatever the result
may be, they will be entitled to the credit
of having done their duty as fearless par
tisans The New York JVorld places North
Carolina in the list of dcubtlul States.
This is because true and intelligent Con
servatism BmoDg the voters of the Old
North State is allied to the principles which
preserved the Colon, and since then has
maintained Republican supremacy in the
General Government. In other words,
the World acknowledges that North Caro
lina is at once one of the most liberal and
intellectual of all the Southern States,
A tert ingenious and satisfactory calcu
lation of the result otiie electoral vote,
calculated in Tildea's behalf, is as follows :
"Solid South, 138; deduct South Carolina,
7; Louisiana, 8; Florida, 4. 10 110. Add
New Tork, 35: Indiana, 15 . 50 1C9. lie lacks
1G votes on this calculation. Those 1G must
be had from New Jersey, (0,) Connecticut.
(6,) Oregon, (3,) California (B) and North
Carolina, (10.) North Carolina may safely
le added to the deduction of 10 from the solid
"We add that "Wisconsin might be included
by the Tflden hopefuls in the category of
doubtful States from which he is expected
to get the requisite sixteen ; but even then
the estimate fails to elect Tilden, Again,
the Jiberalityievbced in giving both New
York Md Indiana to the Opposition will be
at once appreciated by-those who under
stand that the fitly votes from those two
States are requisite to elect Tilden ir the
solid South should remain under "White
League and Ku-KIux rule.
The Lynchburg Virginian, for want of
arguments, denominates the N vtional He.
publican as infamout and Its editor "a
fool" simply because we unearthed the in
.famy of HaPresidential candidate in advising
the bribery of a j adge, and afterwards boast
ing lhl he would "do the same thing again
under' similar circumstances." Now, we
respcctTolly submit that a man whose po-
Iitical course has been as infamous as that
of the editor of the Tirg Man, and whose
puijef-servlceable reillnbehilf of Dcmoc
racy, not withstanding the frequent per
sonal "snubblngs'' administered to him by
thai party in his own city, ought lo enable
him to know what constitutes "infamy,"
and what it is to be a fool, if the designa
tions be applied only to himseir, but does
not constitute him a fit censor on the acts
or a Judge of the quality of the brains of
better or more consistent people than him
self. The editor of the Virginian war an
old "Whiff before the war, opposed to seces
sion, always professed to hate Democracy
and" secession, and would to-day be identi
fied with the Republican party if it was to
his pertonal interest; but, possessing at the
close of the war a newspaper, he found )
more profitable to suppress his conscienti
ou convictions, And has since that time out
Herodcd Herod in the advocacy of extreme
Democratic meaJcs, and he has "put
meney in his purse"-by the opcrition. His
has been the only dally paper in the State
that has been persistent in its advocacy of
the proposed nefarious amendments to
the State constitutions "While athe more
respectable Democratic journals; such u
the;Biehmpnd-,J&ifpaJ, haytv ei&ej pH
posed'ori quletlrlgnorei them? the Ttr-rj
gintan nas" Deen'nuea viWj inemosi m-t
flammatory'partisnn appeils urging their!
adoption, i Thet course of this editor fbrcl-?
bly reminds us of "theold story of--the
rogue, who, to hide his own villainy, was
the foremost and the loudest in crying,
Stop thief" Verily, he is apretty speci
men cf humanity to prate about the in
famy of a journal whose head has been at
least imbued -with the virtues of consis
tency". If not so "wise,"' in a worldly
sense, as the brilliant genius who rulea,
the Virginia",' the editor or the S
tiona! Republicau may be a "fool,"
taking the judgment of the Virginian, but
we protest against being called infamouYby
a knave who has sold' himself body, soul
and breeches to a party that he spent half
a lifetime in denouncing as unworthy! of
GZ5E2AL BTTXLES AjTD ST. PAUL.
As oar readers unfold this psper; f he,
"rule or rnin,n:party'arc Baking what is
probably their last desperate struggle in the
South for political supremacy. If they and
their sympathizers arc crushed to-day by
the ballot, as they were in 'CI by the bayo
net, treason will hardly dare again to rear
its head in a land twice proved loyal.
Every vote cast to-day for the Confederate
front.dt bctvf "Wade Hampton $nd Vance
in the Carol in as, 6r in Louisiana for the
rebel General Nicolls, is a yote for the dead
doctrine orState rights and secession. Ve
will beat them now as wc beat hem then.
Next to the Prealdential result, no election
excites more general interest than the ex
traordinary caava3s made by General B. P.
Sutler for Congress. When the trumpet
call pealed forth in 1SGI and the "bended
bow"paEedoTei thchlllsand valleys ofitbe
North, Le was the first Democrat to ins wer
to the summons, and to feci with prescient
instirct that the preservation of the,na
ticcfc' lit would d'own all other questions.
The biirdccv or inertness of the D.mo
crali; party in seizing the occasion made
the Rt publican party a necessity to the; na
tion's life. That party welcomed the com
ing of B'Jlcras the Jeru.alemites welcomed
the coming of Et. Paul. "When we were
" come to Jerusalem the brethren received
us gladly," says St Paul, but after a
time and he had done much work, lie fuund
hostility and persecution dsg his footsttps.
But as St Paul conquered, so will But.cr.
Rvcn as those cvil men failed who swore
they would neither cat nor sleep until they
had slain Paul, so will their modern proto
types, the political priests of Massachusetts,
fail'in their attempts on the charmed politi
cal life of Butler. Along with many an
other of the world's great leaders, he has a
thorough contempt for that abstract ideol
ogy in' which bran-bread Republicans de
light, and believes that man, however he
may like- to give a shape to superhuman
ideas, ought not to forsake the earth from
which.likc Anfteus,he derives his strength.
To follow out our comparison, the true Re
publicans of his district know that General
Bntler, once the scourge of their faith, has
become their apostle. "We therefore confi
dently look for his election.
ILLEGAL VOTING, KOEAL TEE ASON.
The purity of the ballot is necessary to
the success of popular government To
Tote illegally is to commit moral treason
against the people. Cheating at elections
in this country is like stocking the cards in
the games of euchre, poker or whist The
man who would be guilty of voting illegally
or of countenancing ballot-box stufliog
would net hesitate to cheat at cards to pro
mote his own interests. As no honorable
man will play at cards with a blackleg with
out watching his opponent w-ith a view of
protecting himself from being victimized
by his tricks, so must Republicans be on
the vigilant watch to-day in all those locil
itles that are noted for Democratic frauds.
They should cot hesitate to challenge, and
expose all attempts at fraud. It is equally
important that they should insist upon the
right of even' legal voter to exercise the
high privilege of cisting his ballot in ac
cordance with his pilllical preferences.
The safety and perpetuity of oar institu
tions depend upon the purity or the billot
"Without this our boasted freedom, our
vauntedystem of self-government are but
a pretense, a frauJ. a sham and a mockery.
The tranny of Kmj Otucus, which has
made such fearful inroads upon the liber
ties of the people in the selection of candi
dates, is bad enough, indeed almost insuf
ferable, but if to this we permit ballot box
stuffing, dictation, intimidation and vio
lence at the polls to be aildedlo prevent tl e
fair and free expression of preferences for
those candidates, we shall become the most
abject slaves to the worst tyranny upon the
face of the earth. "We shall find that our
century of boasted freedom and independ
ence is but another name for political serf
dom. "When we see a political party led, offi
cered and controlled by gamblers and spec
ulators of every sort, peddling out its nomi
nations to the highest bidders, and strain
ing every nerve to foisl,i,ts rAKSECTupon
the people hy-TutuCs, misrepresentations
and-Iiss.-'we may well indulge the gravest J
fears for the perpetuity of those institu
tions which our fathers fought, bled and
died to establish. "When we see a party
pledged to carry an election at every
hazard in States where it is in a confessed
minority, and can only be accomplished
by violence at the polls and false counting
in the canvass of the ballots, it is time for
all true patriots to feel the most serious
alarm for the welfare of the nation. It is
no wonder, then, that peaceful and law
abiding citizens should indulge the mos
fearful forebodings and anxieties as to the
result of the elections to day.
"What do we sect On the one hand' a
party -which has successfully maintained
the Union of these States intact, and wisely
administered the Government during six
teen yeafs of the most trying and critical
period In its history a period that in
volved the very existence of the Govern
ment In its popular form as established by
our ancestors, including the emancipation
of four millions of slaves and the rehabili
tation of the revolting States, the, substitu
tion of free labor in lieu of the compulsory
system and the conference of the sacred'
right of the elective franchise upon those
recent slaves, with legal guaranties that
such right shall forever be secured and re
spected. We zee this party which has
handled over twenty-five thousand mil
lions oi treasure with one tenth of the per
centage of Ices that had accrued during
the Administrations of its predecessors,
modestly seeking out a true and
tried patriot of the same political faith, who
has been falffiful to all public trusts,-and
presenting him to the people for their suf
fxages to fill the highest executive office in
the gilt of the nation. On the other hand,
we see a party which opposed the wise pol
icy that maintained the Government' intact
during thejieriod of the Tebellion; which
sympathized with the attempt to disrupt
the Union and repudiated the doctrine that
the Government possessed the power to
suppress a rebellion and maintain itself in
tact ; whichoppos.cd the emancipation of
the slaves and the substitution of a free
labor system in the plice of slavery i which
denounced and ppposed; the fSnrranchise
tnentof the, late serfe;,but advocated the
leaving of them to thc-tendermercies of,
their late ousters without any voice1 in the-
disposition of the fruits of their labor;
-which advocated and legislated in favor of
the paramount rights and interests of the
land owners and capitalists' overr-those of
the tillers of the soilwe see thlsjparty,
led on bv notorious speculators, eamblers.
.stock-jobbers, 'and monopolies. selling its
bloated monopolies of Wall street who had
amassed an immense fortune byk ad vising
S those monopolies of the' best method of
getting and keeping the lion's share of the
fruits of the labor interests of thecountry,
and a man who had always favored the
'doctrine that the General Government had
no power to suppress a rebellion against it
self, and we see this 'party presenting this
man for the suffrages of the people as.a
mcdel of political morals, entitled to the
high position of Chle f Rxecuti ve of this great
nation. "We see the late rebels whoTiive
but just laid down theirarms upon compul
sion at Appomattox, and who are still
mourning over their "Lost Cause," spring
ing with alscrity to his support,and prom
ising'him a "solid South'' by fair, means or
fouk They well know that they are in a
minority in many of the Southern States
without resorting to the use of foul means
to effect their purpose. The inference is,
therefore, undeniable that the-leaders con
template availing themselves of foul means
to fulfill Jheir pledge. They mean to count
Mr. Tflden in by fraud or to keep out op
position votes by violence.
To prevent the 'national catastrophe
which the election pf the Democratic can
didate must be esteemed by all true patriots,
to insure tho defeat of the rebellious policy,
its party and its candidates, we must rely
upon the virtue, courage, vigilance and in
tegrity of the loyal people of the country.
This is the nation's onl y hope. B ut it is a,
sure one. It has never yet failed of fall
fruition. The people or the Nbrtb, as a
whole, are intelligent, courageous, honest
and loyal. They will show it by their votes
today as they did by their bullets in
1661-05. They will rppose a solid South
by a solid North. Always have faith in
the people and never fear.
T EFT-OFi' CLOTHI5D.
BOOTS. 8UOIS. l(AT3, WA.TUHE3, TISTOLS,
JCUKLRY. 4c. . .
ranbtiold for the Ulglitt cli pries. Cent-' clotlt
ircMiMchllTdM'rwi. forwtiirh tat ei trrnw lalue
tiilllltl. Ut ralUt:onoriadr.lnHEi:70IJ.
916 U trvt northwi.it. Orders protapUf atlenicd
HALLET, DAVIS & 00.
Tl!EMETAT,OF HONOHAND CVTiTIMrATF.
UFU1SX1MTIUN arf awarded thf IIALLET.
1IAMS4 CO.'S I.BU.1I, UPUU.UT AM
tQUArrl: n anos ror-
Hen Construction nod JSxclUcncc or workinan-
"Artlttlc bVUl. wlthlnitenlonn Mechanical Device
for S-ecorlnr Permanence of Tone.
"Special Distinction li gltca In the Aarl to the
'Cprlrlit Iuitrnmetits or this tliau' " See
811 Ninth Btre-t nortliweit.
rianos exchanged ami old on InsUUments at
lowest cash prices. tlo7
TI11R BEXAKKABU S'OIEI,
BY OEOIIOE ELIOT.
ri'.lCE 0 LV FUST V (TEXTS.
rUBLItHED ASD Fon SATE AT
Corner Fonr-mid.-bir afreet ana
S. GOLDSTEIN & CO,
LOAN AND COMMISSION BROKERS,
ESTABLISHED IN 1862,
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF TENTH
FRIVAIE ENTRANCE ON TENTH STREET.
LIBERAL AIIVAJ.CK3 MADE ON I'EItsON L
PKOrEKTY TO A5.Y. AMOUNT AM) FOK
AY TIME DEhlKEO ON EltY
ItEAbON ABLE TEKMS.
Also, Goods Sold on Commission.
A I .arse Stock or Good on Hand,
(New and Second-hand, )
SOLD VEBY LOW FOK CASH.
ENGLISH, SWISS AND AMESIOAU
EY AIL THE'MOST CEUBBVTED MAKERS.
A IABGE ASSOBTMKiT
AT TEUT I0W PRICE?.
M. W. UALT, BBO, CO.,
not tr . JEWELERS.
2.KKAT BEODCTIOH IB PBICE Of
TJELITEKED TO AT.T. FABT3 OF THE OITT
AT THE BIXZ BATE.
Hew aehednle: Full load of 40 traiheli tit K M;
laialler loadj i cenU per bushel; cartage to ceata,
Ofiktt otvasnlnston Craallght Company,
-Ciuenth ttreet northwert. 711 Tint (treat north
vrat.ortoUOBrldrestreet.fleora'etnwB. a -tf
A SPLENOID BTOCK OF rAl'ZB HAh'UlXGS
Or VEKVTAKIITV AKT miCX,
Now hi itore and dally arriving, at the
NEW 8TOBE OF
I T. CLARK A SONS,
nol-tf 1111 F ttreet northwest.
A litre line of Gilt-Band Window Shade at
rreatl) reduced price. Flalu Shade Uoods. Ualr
Mattresses. Feathers. Hearth Kur?. Door Mati,
Blankets; 1U-.I Comforts, Fancy Foldlug-Chalrs,
X. F. CLARK SONS'
- No. UHF street.
BYEINO AND SCOUBING ESTABLISH.
MENT The undersigned call the attention
of the public to the fact U-t they are now prepared
to execute all orders foToYEINO ANDbCOUB
1NO, guaranteeing satisfaction la ererr case. Hare
leen eighteen years In, the business in the city of
New Tort. VI'. S. CLABKE 4 CO.
1808 rjerenth street, between a and Z northwest.
rlI.OSINO.OTJT CARPET BALE.
BestTapestry Ingrains. SI.
Best Brussels, f 1 a: with an allowance on shore
of 10 cents per yard olf for cash.
W ool Carpets. C2 to 7c.
Carpets from 18V to 50c.
Dry Goods at reduced prices.
Brmnants of best Frluts. 6c.
Uood Canton Flannel, 7,'ie. up.
ool Ftanoels, 18c. up: cry cheap.
Casslmere for men, and boys at reduced prices.
Dress floods cheap.
Cashmere, all-wool. 50c. up.
JWSKoct; must be reduced. ...
T. N. NAtlDAIN,
oca "is Market apace.
Ladles' and UttleracuapareLlariifcemjUtched,
colored, bcrdeml Ilinrikerculcft, tu $3, worth fS.
New RUT anil Winter Goods
at prices that defy competition. We name In part:
BLACK SILKS, from S7e.toI.So Per yard allrst
.rate Silk for J1.7, worth now titi. i
Black and colored, all the new and dcllnbleihades,
at ttc., worth C. '
Black and colored, all shades; special bargains O
colors at2Cc.. worth 23. I
.BLANKETS I BLASKETS I
Fine all-wool Blanket. io, worth tj. Table Linen,
bleached, full width, Wc. Bleached Bheetlnr,
1(M wide, toe., cy One case Uoneyrorab Quilts,
75c, worth I. 100 piece new Flints, JtC J
case Crctona, dark (hades, 12Sc. , ,.
Gent'aDressbhirts, complete, made ofWIamsntta
-cotton and Biehardson's Uneu. for It. Yar
, ranted. , , i
A sneelsl trulan of the fand Dlrlitton. S. at T..
1). C. will be held at Moora's ball. Ninth street
northwest. Tills (fnesdaj) EVENINO, at 7
o'clock. By order
lap MOT SODA WATEat,
with Time srrxtuoE
TEA, 'COFFEE AND CHOCOLATE.,
COLD&ODAAND MINES AL WATES3
' On Draught all theTear.
oca-tf la Fm. arcane, near WUlarsTs Hotel.
SKgpT. M- C. Ai "
IN LINCOLN HALL,
. J '
S A B B AJT UV'AX T ER NOON,
JLT 3 JO .O'CLOCK
TODNO MEN 'SPECIALLY INVITED,
ocu-tf - -
K3T-FLCID LIOITTSflNa 'EXCELS
BK-ey any remedy eTer known for the Immedl.
ate cure or Nenralrta, Headacfce, Ac Sold at
CoogWln's Temple DroK itore. ocll
KS3-PLEi;RIST,PAINI the side.
t& Back, AC, Instantly disappear when Fluid
Lightning is applied. Sold at Cougulln's Drug
Store, Masonic Temple. ocll
53 FEET StKCERT, c R.
sWS SCIIULTZ. the great Oermsn chiropodist
and specialist, twenty years resident tn Blchmond,
Vaw Is now again located at 8U3L corner Ninth and
I'cnnsTlTanla avenue. Ills mode of treating every
form of corns, bunions deformltlesof nails, tumors.
ulcers. Ac, Is not only, painless, butthoeonghly
sclentlflc An early call is essential. Ladles and
children attended as usual, or by Madam S. at their
residence, .Numerous testimonials of permanent
cures. ' v oci:-3m
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF
TTttr -Titnpnr.is..vlNos BANK
Or TII& wiatK itra ur uumaioi .. -,
Rl. ... .InMlnn nfnln, IrartM. nf th, Xf atmn.'
oils Savings .Bankof the Dlstrlctof Columbia will
be held at the bank, on the corner of Serena, street
and Louisiana arcnuc In V aslilngton city, D. tC,
on MONDAY, NoremberS. 1875. between the hours
or 11 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p.m of said diy.
Tne report of the committee ou tae transactions o'
the bank for tne second year will be read at 1 o'clock
p m. or the same day. . ....
The stockholders are also requested to meet at the
bank on the same day, between the hours of 11
AM.Yilr m. mn! a c'rlock Tt.m.. to rote- otLtne
proposition to Increase the capital stock of the bank
to one undrcU thousand dollars, (t.oo.co.)
' SAMUEL. T40K!d.M, FresldenU
r. ACiai-K. ice rresideni.
t.. R. THUMrsON,
JOHN H. I.UDUAEU,
B.' It. WAT5VEK.
J AS. S. HDWABDS.
53ILLIXOI8IASS AM OTHERS,
fc ATTENTION! The Illinois l:epulUcan
Association lias made arrangements for round-trip
tickets over the railroads to the following point.:
Chlcago,reorla. bt. Loul.. Burlington and Keokuk.
Oood irom Octoberl to Noremberl. Certltlcates
entitling a party to a ticltetcan be obtslned of the
committee at Le Droit building, room 3, after 6
o'clock every evening.
A. -T. WHITAKEB.
f-LO.YSi" OFFICE A9iD COJIMIS
KSJ &ION UBOKEE?.
Mieoldestandtao.tre.laMe injhe.el co
Comer Tenth and D streets.
Liberal advances made on loan or on commission
for any time desired on very reasonable terms.
KJST PHONOUBAPHT. IXSTRTJC
3Z2& Hon In this remunerallre as well as time and
labor-saving art gl'en In both tne corresponding
and advanced reporting styles, by an experienced
rhonographcr, to students either in classe. or sepa
rately, as preferred. or terms. 4c, address or
call on Tnonographej," 600 ilith street north
west, between t JO and 8 p. m. sc2S tf
s-rw-SAKARITAN NEBTINE. THE
s?t7 great serve conineror, cures eplleptle fits,
convulsions, spssms, St. Vitus dance and all rfer-vousdl-eases;
the only known positive remedy for
epileptic nts. It has been tested by thousands, and
has never bees known to faU In a single case Trial
package free. Enclose sump for circular, giving
evidence of cures. Address, i)r. B. A. BIGHMOND,
Box 711, BU Joseph. Mo. no-S-tf
t3T-DB. J. B. JOHNSON, OF ALEX-
sWES" andrla, Ya., offers his professional services
as Burgeon, rhyslclan and Oculist to the dtlsess of
the District of Columbia,
Office, No. 1411 Pennsylvania avenue, between
Wlllard'a hotel and the Owes house
OScc hears froa 10 a.m. tot p.m. sstSS-U
Ids at Conghlln's Temple Drug Store, F and
Ninth streets, at moderate prices. aepHX
FltENCH, ENGLISH AND DO
MESTIC Articles for ladles1 toilet use at
Cou; bun's xempie Drug store scps-u
sVt? Fond's Extract. liomeopathlo Medicines,
sold at Timple Dreg Store, F and Ninth streets.
SKrsT-REMF.MBJJR JCSTH'S OLD
sVta STAND. lie pays for Second-hand Cloth,
lng. Boots. Shoes. 4c. as "fair (cash) prlcea'-a;
he always has. at 618 I) street, between Sixth and
Seventh streets northwest. Note by mall promptly
attended to. sepll-tr
t-ra-i PER SET, EITHER JAW, &y
V? Dr. A. N. C. Welsenbors, DenUst, Four
teenth street northwest; also, gold fillings dona at
reasonable price and satisfaction given,- apU-tf
KS-TEETH SO PER BET, EITHER
VSS law, by Dr. A. Pratt, graduate of Ohio Col
lege ofllental Surgery, and or the Bush Medical.
College, Chicago. 401 Seventh street, east side cor
ner of 1. Extracting children's teeth, ZS cents.
sv5T"LEGAL AND OTHER BRIEFS
S rltIJTED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE
at the HEFUBLICAN JOB OFFICE. soU-tf
f-TSf-WHAPPINO PAPEB FOR SALE
SS at this office
Kgf- H O L H A-B'S
Fever sand Airne and Liver Pad
CUBES WITHOUT MEDICINE, SIMPLY BV
Tbe Best LlTerBegnlsttor Iu (he 'World
The only true cure for and preventive of malaria
In all IU forms: -
tit tr Complaint. Javndlti,
ItlUrw Fner, 8u8tekruit,
None genuine without the Trade-Mark and Signa
ture oftie Inventor on the wrapper.
Ask your druggist for It. For certlllcates, read
little blue book awn; f (as Air.
nx. r. KIDDER CO.,
No. 83 John street. New York.
Best by snail oa sectiptoftz. le-FMWftn
AJ BUTTON.wlth Inserted gold ill), studded with
pesrls. A suitable- reward will be fjres if re
turned to this office. no7
WaiVHAIlxOX. E. 11. B08WXJ.L. D. Tf. ULrSAaC
EABMON, BOSWEEL- & CO.,
SIS EIGHTH STREET,
yyg-tf Sear Pennsylvania avenue
New, KnoelT-Dovs n and Seeond-Hand
Furniture Bonsrbt. Sold
T. J. REED,
815 Seventh Street.
Parties contemplating refurnishing, or about to
buy new stock, will find bargains at
ORJOB 3D S
aT03rI3Sr It- 3rEXsIs3BY,
' CORNED BEEF A BPECIALTY.
Stalls CS. 3 and C30 Centre Market, Ninth-street
wing, and aoe and aoa Northern Liberty Market, or
address Box 7U, City Post Office Marketing deilv
ered. free of charge to aU pans of the clty iylu-tf
JWEBB &lBljVTiilIIGE J
Are now receiving their Fall Stock,
consisting In part of
TRENCH CHINA. Decorated and Plain; GLASS
WARE. Cut, Engraved and Tlaln.
FLATED.WAUE, Inest quality, triple plate
Borers' and American CUTLERY.
A full stock of CROCKERY and HOUSE FUR
NISB1NO trOODS, r,
WEBB sk BETEBIDBE,
No. BOt Fesaaylvaalavenue, between Tenth and
Eleventh streeu. od-tf
BLXN08 AND MOtTLDINGB
AT WHOLESALE PRICES.'
Call and purchase LUMBER where you caa ill
discount for cash from '
ADVLKTISED PRICE LIST OF
Tbe place Is at the'Lumbcr Yard and Building
Material Warehouse or
1 THOI. W. SMITH,
Sov-tf Near B. A O.R.B. depot. Washington.
DEALKBS IN ALL KINDS OF
LUMBEB, SASH, DOOES, &c.
r'orrif'r Bwfttifi atrpt atirl Inrilans. JLTftltie-
Pricet m low m elitT?bere. CU 'Wtd exunlne
be fort pnrthasifjg. ep83m
Oeorcetown, . C,
AND CORNER SEVENTH AND Q BTRZZTS,
Waaalnrtoa, D. C
NIOtLY-FUKNISHED ROOMS, WITH
good board, neacthrt-o Hue-or street-ears. In
adrslrabe netghborood: aUo. table board. No.
143 Mnlh street northwest. " noT-3t
-ri NOBTH A STBEET. BETWEJf
AaiX First and Sicond sire ts east. For rent
Parlor. Ulples; Boom and tKltcLin. th-ee Bed
rooms; gas and water, n'easantly located, a few
yarda from tt- Caplioi. lo a punctual tenant,
terms reasonable. novs-St
TttVr KASSACHUSETTS AVENUE.
J.1U For rest Furnished Booms, facing
north and south: central location: convenient to
carsr private family; gentlemen Pieferred. not-af
1Q1SQ STKEET KOKTHWEST. FOB
A i7J tf rent Famished Itooms.-. two suites
handsomely furnlshsd; furnace and Jlres. and bath
room adjoining; southern exposure: with or with
out bond. AUo a furnished House for rent. No.
J913U street northwest. not-St"
-1QQF F STREET NORTHWEST-FOR
AiJtJtJ rent Rooms at 1385 F street northwest.
opposite the lubblit House: suitable tor omces or
lodgings. Apply to the Janitor Is charge of the
UpnnUHSn j, ,k,
X irANTJSOME FURNISHED -"FLOOR.
-i-a-rartor. bed-rooms and oa-n-room. i-rtraie
family. Centrxt location. A party without chil
dren preferred. Address Mrs. It., City Post Office.
A -t-l FOURTH STREET NORTHWEST
TtXX 1DR KENT-Fumlhi BOOM-., en suite
or tingle. t Mrs. t.lLBElrT'3. gorl-lm-
THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH-
TVBsT, ojiposlte'srrankiin a'ars uesl-
rableBooms. lncludfag. parlor and chamber con
necting. Wltn nrsi-ctass ooarq.
QAQ & STHEbT. OPPOSITE PATENT
OuO office For Bent Pleaant South Front
BOOMS, with board: either for the season or tran
sient. Also. Table Board- oclt-tf
1 Q-1 O F STREET, NEAR EBBITT HOUSE
J-Oiil-Booms for-ranl, en suite and single.
Those who enjoy comfort and quiet Inquire as
alove. . . oc7-tf
TVJH "RENT-DESK AND DESK-ROOM ONT
JD reasonable terms In a desirably-located, ele-
fiantly-Hnlshed and furnished office, oomp'.ete is all
r. ftrrans-emrnta. f
a. .v . Bnnr,wn d w. 1
' . tae Pennsylvania are.
JRBICKCSTABLE TTt BENT. IN THE
JD 30-ttot alley iu the rear of hou No. nts K
street northwest. L. CLEl'IIANE.
)04-t . " "
A.EARQE.KUMBER OF- .
HOUSES OR r.ENT
y .IBirHE'WEST END.
At rentals ranging from .
TEN TO it'im ItuLLAU PEP. MONTH. "
E S. WESCOTT,
Real E.tate A-eur.
Correrof TwentletUaud 1 sterts.
RENTING UOCStS A SPt-CIALTl. t-31-jra
E STREET, BETWEEN -NINTH AND'TESTU.
For rent, the above beautiful enlace, dellzhtf illy
situated In the centre of the elty, aud is accessible
by all the lines of city cars.
AS A BALL-ROOM
it surpasses in elegaare ant general convenience all
others in the city.
A3 A MC3IC-AND CONCERT .HALL,
LEOTUBES, TARTIE3 AND WEDDINGS.
It is wonderfully perfect is aeout!e. nlal"ords
elegant accommodation lor eight hundred person.
A GREAT REDUCTION IN THE RENTAL
Thelialllsopendilly for laspectlot. For terms
and particulars, choice 01 nl fht. 4c. apply at the
hall. L. O. MARIN I.
Gen. Grant's hdqrj., I7th and F n. w m. L, A
Northw est cor. 11th L and Pa. are. rent low.
3Iass. ave., nearlllh st.. 11 rooms furnished ...prj
Cor. nth st., Mass. and Vt. av enues Z.H
No. e06i:thst,, n, W., furnished ZjO
lots St.. above JUfttrabbed , "JO
No.i727Fst.n. w., furnished an
o. lilSXst. u. w.,lt rooms, m. I .stable. . 310
o st., aboventh, furnished 130
No. ItBi'a. ave, (over store) US
No. 73) 13th St. ar 13 rooms, in. 1 110
No. 1414 N st. n. w.. io rooms, stable 100
No. 309 A st. n. e furnished... .. IV)
No. 1412 N su n. w., to rooms, stable 100
No. 131 K st. n. w 13 rooms, m. I. wo
No.:Distst.n.e., Urooms, in.1 . loo
No.67Pa.ave, (overGllman'a drugstore).... SO
No. 133311th st. n. w 11 rooms, ut. i 7s
Pierce st., near 14lh and S, furnished 6
No.TlSiithst. s. w.. 10 rooms, m. 1 CO
No.104Cst.ee., Brooms, Ingle Place 5i
No.32dst.s. e. 13 rooms, m. I H &0
lesnallytown Boad, nearst. Albasscnurcu .... to
No. I8G6U st. n.w., furnished to
10th St., near 1" n. w so
Jit. Pleasant, 9 rooms and 2 acres of ground.... so
StoreZUFa. ave - so
loth St., near N, rooms, m. L SO
No.awsthst, s. e, s rooms, m. 1 a
No. ICO lltnst. n. w.. 10 rooms, m, 1, 40
Store asd dwelling, cor. 13th and Cats. s.w...... 40
No. 116 6th st. e e.. 10 rooms, m. 1 40
Meridian Hill. 6 rooms, m. 1 40
No.i;:tlhJt. n.e.,m, 1 -V
No.2xaMst.n. w., i rooms, m.1 n
Tennallytown road, near Ueorgetown SXl'f
Store No. 4397th su s. w 2-
Store and dwtlllng. No. S3 High St., Utn 3S
New houses. 6thst.. above P.... ............. .... 33
No.s 11 and 19 K st. h. -e 12 rooms....
Le Droit Park. 307 Elm street
Lasgdon Terrace 6th at. extended
No. 514 B st. e e.. 7 rooms, gas and wate
Storesoiethst. n. w.... ,
No.4oaNewJerseyare., s, e, m. 1....
AD9. J.O.. l.OJ, iiwsii.a. W ..
No. S3) 8th st. s. e. 6 rooms, m. 1
Nos.1824, 1SS asd IKS 11th st.n. w..7rs.. m. 1.
Nos. en, S3 and 636 B st. a. e, 6 rooms, gas and
No. 401 nth at. n. e, 7 rooms
No. 918 East Capitol st., 6 rs., gas asd water....
No. tC7Lst. a.e. 6 rooms...... ,.,
No, 921 Del. ave, near 1st andX
No, 472 II at. s. w
N os. nil and 1417 3d st. n.w.. 6 rooms and water.
No. 106 High St., Georgetown
Northwest corntr 13th and (j sts., 5 rooms
No. 1106 Park st n. e, 7 rooms, m. 1
Nos. 6and 7 Foundry Place -
No. 2303 11th st. n. v. ., 2 story, S rooms
No. 18102tithst. n. w.. 7 rooms
No. 2120 10th st. n. w,, 6 rooms
No.ZloSllthst. n. w
Store and dwelling, sear 1st and F sts. e w
No. 6 Q st. s. w.. rooms
Z- . ... .irrXl
Also, anumberof other houses, full particulars of
which will be given upon appllcatlonat the onlces of
B. 11. WARNER. Seventh and y streets. oc2
TJOUSES AUD FARMS FOR SALE-SEYs
o-a. eral two-story miUBESaadCOTXAUES
monthly payments. Valuable Building LOTS
on easy teras. Also, FARMS Is the Dlsulet,
jaaryiasa ana virguu .or oaie orexensure. t
APPLKTON P. OLA
70S E street northwest.
-TTANTFD.-PAHTIE3 HAYING HOUSES
V T sn.M rtooms to rent, furnished or unfurnished.
orinosc wisoing so rent are respccuuiij rejursicu
to call and examine our business chances. 1 Tlie
Satronage of the publle is respectfully solicited,
pply at the Washington Intelligence, OUce, 931 F
street northwest, Srst door np-stalrs.
seli-tf . WiC H. JONES A CO.
$10 A DAY AT HOME. AOENTS
tpAXi wanted. Ou tat and terms tree. TRUE A
CO.. Augusta. Maine mh3-ly
DB. A. PRATT, DENTIST, HAS BE
moved to tbe northwest comer of Seventh and
D streets, over Crandall's bookstore where he will
be pleased to sea his old patrons, and the general
AW. SOHABIT HAS REMOVED- HIS
law ontce up stairs, 438 Louisiana avenue
A QUIET FAMILY OF TWO PERSONS
would receive as boarders either two or four
young chrlstianjrestlemca. Apply atTJI Twenty-
luuiiu ,un, uuiuhhi.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
HIGHEST AWARD MHE CEST1'LL
The United 8tates Centennial Commission and
the Judges of Awards have unanimously decreed to
Het.ii.WM. KNABE CO.the Diploma ofllooor
and Medal of Merit for Concert Grand, Parlor
Urand. square and Upnght Pianos.
By the system of awards adopted Pianos of all
grades received medals of precisely the same char
acter, bnt the true teat of merit appears only in the
reports of the judges accompanying the medals.
Tbe Judges pronounce the Knabfl Pianos to be "tho
best exponents of the art of Plono-maklug'and
"fully entitled to the leading position, combining
all the requisites of a perfect Instrument is the
highest degree power, richness and singing quality
of tone, ease and elasticity of toucu,esectlveness or
action, solidity and originality of construction and
excellence of workmanship." The Knabe award Is
not connned to anyalngle style of instrument, as is
the case with other exhibitors in this department,
but comprises all four styles, and stands unqualified
by phrases indicative of mediocrity.
EOieagrncv a. jr.ii;ii.vniSAi,ii-0 itiuu n ave--
rooma, 423 Eleventh street, a few doors north of
Pennsylvania avenue Pianos irom different facto
rlea for sale and rent on the most accommodating
terms. Tnnlng asd repairing promptly attended to.
LBAD Till WORLD.
We have a large stock of these remarkable Organs
CONSTANTLY OX HAND.i
DONT FAIL TO EXAMINE THEM BE
FORE PUKUHASINQ ELSEWHERE.
" beaddeT PIANOS, '
CUABMINO FOR TUE.VOICE AND '
, KCBUBPaBSKi; JOR. JVRlBILItT.
," "PBItJES LOW ANDERMS EASY."
Give us a call. We sell on the most accommo
Large stock of Pianos and organs for rest. ;
933 PennjrlTanl.aTe vTaaxtlnsrton,
.IS North Cnarlesat,, Baltimore,
N. B. A liberal discount to clergymen. Churches,
Sundy-schools, Lodges, tc seao-Sm .
SOpTHING HPT, CHEAP
AND BEAUTli'UL.. '
THE GREATEST HOYELTT
ever Introduced' Into America. Especially
THOUSANDS ABE BEING 80UL
Seat, post (tee, for CO cents, by
. KB. TZXSIX,
SS aad 87 Broadyrar. Saw Tor k.
run .SALK-A "rnor BtsiDECE ix
JAtir Jerwr, only nlxer mlies'froo er lo
s1it- TtTTrfvir4vnlpnr: Bhantlanfeorfmlf ftc
- v v" st i Zfr tj st bsli .msshk Ar
X j?wmiajix auocniim " vn.
FOR SALE 7l PfEW THREE-STORY
Brick, with Mansard roof, bay window aud
rvey modern convenience. K street, betwu lx-t-mh
and Seventeenth streets orthwf.jjri
low. and terms easy. CHaS. P. rWlUW.V
nol-tl 6UfeveatU street.
; and tr srnxta llicle t tlrfee quarters Its
value for CASH.
'cnAs. r. pcsiiaw.
OR SALE A TWO-STORY-FRAME
riweltlns- House acd-s'orner Httv. fitted UO
witn eoeiTingr. Louniers ana urgi. urr ceiiar,
suitable for Grocery or-Mrkef-tore. southeastcor
ner of Tenth street aud South (.arolna avenue
southeast. Also, for sale, two-tory slx-roow
Frame Dwelling Bouse. No.'1003 sooth Carolina
avenue southeast. Apply to
' ' T1IU5. E. WAGGAMAN,
OCJ7-FM Wtf No. tia Seventh street nonhwet.
FOR SALE THAT VERY DESIRABLE
building lot northwest corner Twenty-ursl
street and Pennsylvania avenue, northwest wilt be
sold cheap and on easy terms.
-J. STANLEY JONES, -ocll
' Sll seventh street.
SECOND STREET NORTHWEST
with two story backbullding; eveu rooms, hot aud
cold water: stable on rear of lot: also, two horses
andcarrlaze. J. STANLEV JONES,
teli-rr - Ml SeTenta street.
Oft,"- E STREET NORTHWEST FOR
Ov SALE Three-story and basement ir-ostlc-front
House: nine rooms, water and gas. Terms
to suit purchaser. Applyto
J. STANLEY JON tJ.
selMf ail Serents street.
CHJE SALE TENYERYYALUABLELOTS
X' (torts: feet esch) in tlie cltvorTerrt Haute. In
diana. Will be sold at a great sacrifice or exchanged
for unincumbered property here. .
seplS E. J. SWEET. Ml Seventh street.
T7IOR SALE THREESTORY BRICK
1A: dwelling, with back building; 10 rooms and
bath; all the modern Improvements. No. 1321 Elev
enth street, between N and O northwest.
J. STANLEV JONES,
splS-tf au seventh street.
FOR RENT A LiKUh AND HANDsOME
residence containing II roomr. with all mod
em Improvements. Alo. carrlare-nousc, stable
and large yard. Good location: within one square
from the tUOerent lines of street cars. Rent per
month, J. 8TANLET JON&.
seplj-tf Ml seventh street.
FOB SALE OR EXCHANOE TWO STORY
pres.-brlck front Dwelling and Storer good
cellar: tire rooms; in northwestern aeetlon ofokyt
comer location. Will sen or exchange for small
place of several acres no th of the city. .
selS-tf MUteventh street.
OH tsALE NEW THREESTORY BRICK:
backbulldiug: bay window; eleven rooms'and
bath-room; marble xuantelv gas and waters An
lsbedin best ttvle throughout: wtth good brick
stable on rear of tot. No. l Nineteenth street
1 northwest. J. STAN LEY JON ES,
seli-tf Sll seventh street.
I0R bALE A COMFORTABLE TWO-
rooms In excellent oMer; fine wateron preml-cs;
deep lot. wlUi abundance of fruit. No. 112 .Six
teenth street northwest. '
. . J. STANLEY JONE.
ie!5-tf tit Seventh street.
FOR SALE-TttO TWO-STORY BRIOK
Houses:-eIght rooms: bath and all modern im
provements. Jiorthwestcorner seventh aud South
A streets, Capitol Hill, iasy torms.
J. STANLEY JONES.
selS-tf 511 seventh street.
EORSALL TWO-STORIT BRICK DWELL
IN Q, good cellar. Lafobes. marble mantels;
bath, water aud gas. No. 17WP street northwest.
selWf 511 seventh street.
FOR 3ALL TWO-STORY BRIOKDW ELL
INU; eight rooms. Located In northwestern
part of city. J. STAN LEY JONES.
seli-tf 511 Seventh street.
'OH SALE TWO-STORY FRAMEDWELL
IN4J. on ourth s reer. between U and I streets
northeast. Will be sold very cheap and on easy
tf. OiJUtliLl tflS.C.3.
SU seventh street.
FOR SjALL NEW TWO-STORk FRAME
Dwelling, with basement: seven rooms: Ideep
lot. with carpenter shop and stable on rear of lot
17 P street, between N orth Capitol and First streets
northeast. J. STANLEY JONES.
selS-tf 511 Seventh street.
tTOR SALE TWOTORY AMD BASE
A! ment brick dwelling, seven rooms, and bath,
store-room, closets, marble mantels, range, La
trobes, hot and cold water, gas, northeast corner
Fierce place and Fifteenth street. Terms easy;
small ca.h payment. J. STANLEY JONES,
seli-tf Sll Seventh street.
FOR SALE A DESIRABLE THREE.
story pressed-brt-k house, ten rooms, hot and
cold water; deep lou Located in northwesters part
Of the city. J. STANLEY JONES'
seu-tf Sll Seventh street.
EOR SALE A VER1 FINE THREE
' story asd basement brick, mansard-roof resi
dence, with three-story back building. All the
modem Improvements of finest quality. Located
In one of tne handsomest rows of houses tn the
northwesters portios of the city. Stable and wide
allcTlartar. J. STANLEY JUNES.
Sili-tf Sll Seventh street.
F)H SALE TWO-STORY BRIOK DWLLL
Ing. N o. 324 Eighth street northeast, with back
hulldlnz, seven rcoms, good cellar, wkter, Ac.
J. STANLEV JONES.
aeis-tf - tuseveam street.
fjlOR SALE TWO TWO-STORY FRLNUil
A; roof dwellings, Nos. 710 and 7L2 N street; be
tween Seventh asd Eighth northwest, wltn back
buildings, bay wlndowe ten rooms and bath, mar
ble mas tela, gas asd water.
J. STANLEY JONES.
selX-If SU Seventh street.
.TTOK. SALE SEVERAL SMALL COM
A! fortsble BRICK DM ELLINGS. two-story and
basement: gas and water; located in northwestern
part of the city; will be sold cheap, and on easy
terms. J. STANLEY JONES,
seli-tf Sll Seventh street.
T710R SALE SEVERAL TWO-STORY AND
li basement BRICKS, with two-story back build
ings, sew, with all modern Improvements, In tne
northwestern section of the city, near two lines of
street cars asd market. Price moderate and terms
easy. j. sxa.m.1 ju,a,
Sll Seventh street.
FOR SALE TWO THREESTORY PRESS
BRICK HOUSES, on Fourth, between N aud
O streets northwest, nlse and ten rooms, bath, ail
modern Improvements. J. STANLLV JONES,
seli-tf 511 seventh street.
I 710R SALE TWCSTORY BRIOK. MAN
. SARD BOOF, bay window, ten rooms and
bath: with all the modern Improvements: No. 60S
B street southeast. J. STANLEY JONES.
sepli-tf Sll Seventh street.
FDR SALE THE TWO-STORY AND BASE
XENTMansard roof brick residence with back
building, No. lrxidghth street between MaudN
streets northwest; bay window, ten rooms and bath
room, hot and cold water, marble washsta&ds and
mantels throughout: nearly new and very substan
tially built. -Will be sold at a -bargain and on easy
terms. J. STAN LEY JON L3.
seplS-tf Sll Seventh street.
FOB SALE HANDSOME NEW THREE
STOBY residence ten rooms, all elaborately
frescoed; Italian marble mantels; range Latrobe;
hot and cold water. Ac. Located In one of lh most
desirable portions of the city.
d.OiA.llJbi tfl'1 Z.3,
T71ARM FOB SALE SIXTY AORES QOOD
A? grass land: large house, villa style, out-butld-lngs,
sarge spring; would make a urst-elass dairy
farm: Brookvllle pike half mile from Blair's and
quarter of a mile from the railroad station.
J STANLEY JONES,
sepli-tf sit Seventh street.
Q"nfl 91,800. 83,000. THESE AND
ttJUl. other sums to loan on real estate sec -rlty.
Apply at once. M. M. ROilRKR.
no7-3t 513 seventh street.
Q4. nnfl t3-000- t1-000- "WE HAVE
tJXsUUUs the above amountson hand to loan
on real estate. We can negotiate loans at anytime
on short notice asd at reasonable rates. Amounts
ot 910,000 and upwards can be had at 8 per cent,, pay
able quarterly, Ave years to run.
uvnjjjLA- dc uassj,
pOESALE OR EXCHANGE A FINE
"A! .FARM, containing seventy-three acres, situate
about live miles north of Georgetown.D. C. : twenty
acreaTln hardwood and timber; orchard, 200 peach
trees. 125 apple 10 or 12 pear-trees, 40 cherry-trees:
line water: stream through woodland; good soil for
grain, grass, ae; improved by a two-story frame
stirelling-house, seven rooms, porch on two sides,
outbuildings, barn, stable. Ac Price. 83,000. Terms
easy deferred payments at six per cent. Interest, or
will exchange Tr good tly property.. jojjkj
OC20 (Ul Seventh street.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF SPORTING
OUNS. By order of the consignees, we offer
the balance 'of the English -Breech and Muzile
loadlsg SUOT GUNS at as additional reduction or
prices, at which great sacrifice the whole must be
soldwlUiin a Terr short-.tlme The majority of
them are of the well-known English makers, suen
as Greener. Scott. P. Weloy. Ilollis, tlabrough.
Ward. Manton. Ac. Each Is fully warranted. An
early call wilt Insure the best selection, aa they posl
tltely cannot be duplicated for the prices offered.
8. GOLDSTEIN A CO..
Corner Tenth and D streets.
-ocl8-tf Loan Office and Commission Brokers.
ONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE.
Large sums at 8 asd 9 per cent.: smaller sums
at 10 per cent. Bouses rented. Property sold at
private or public sale. -
SHERMAN A HANDY.
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
Ocl7-lm St. Cloud Building.
GRAND CENTENNIAL CHANGE.
A fortune can be made In three months. A
large Boarding House, No. 811 X street northwest,
for rent cheap. Inquire of
a o. a. " aaix.iw-
Keal Estate Broker.
Cor. Seventh asd F etreeets.
F)K SALE BUSINESS , 8TANH AND
DWELLING The three-story brick house
with three-story back building, first floor fitted up.
as store-room: water and gas; corner location; cen
tral, and in one of the best business portions or the
b. .Old.! bargsis. ygaBS.J0HKS
seli-tf - Sll Seventh street.
FOR SALE OB EXCHANUE-35 AORES IN
Montgomery county, Md., 6 miles front the elty,
and about a quarter of a mile from Linden, a station
on the Metropolitan railroad. Land of fine quality,
T7AOB SALE OB EXCHANGE FOR CITY
JD OB COUNTRY PBOPEBTY-A flrst-elasa
Drag Store and Fixtures In the westers partof the
city. Elegant flxturesand no better location In the
city for a large fancy drug business.. New Soda
Fountain. For further partlaalars Inquire of
sept-tf B. M. HALL. SU Seventh street.
TTIOR TRADE A FINE BES1DENOE ON
JO UNION STBEET.BBOOKLYN, N. Y with
Brown btose trimmings. Three stories and base
menu alo good cellar. Hot and cold water, wtth all
other modern improvements. Bents for asi per
month. Incumbrance of t.1,000 to bo assumed by
purcbaserj Price 18,000. 'Wul trade for nnlneum
bert'd city property. R. M.HALL,
au2S-tf ' ti Seventh street.
EXCHANGE F I H E RESIDENCE ON
Erie railroad. Will exchange for Washington
city property. Good fruit, large house and neces
sary outbuildings. Distant from New KorkZZralles,
near Paterson, New Jersey. Apply, to Dr. W. II.
TAILOR, 808 It street northwest. ' augzv-tl
-TTtOB SALE CHEAP LOTS AND. ONE
AT square near Lincoln park, at about assessed
value-6 to I cent per awt. B, M. 11 ALL,
ami m Seventh street.
1TOB BALE TWO FINE LOTS ON A
JD street north, sear Third street, at so cents per
foot. R. M. HALL.
anli S3 Seventh street.
TTIOR TKADE COUNTRY-SEAT OF 64
AT. .acres, north or elty 7 miles. Forest Oleu sta
Hon. on Point of Rocks railroad. Finely Improved.
Large house. Broome Bars, springs, 4c. Lawn
and fine shade Will trade for a house or vacant
ground here, Baltimore. Philadelphia or New York.
aul2n B. M.HALL. Sli Seventh street.
1TOE TRADE 22 ACBES-ONEHALF MILE
AT, fromBoundarystrret,northoftheclty. Apor
lion or It fine forest. Will be traded for a good house,
and cxIMMasBtn Incumbrance en house assumed.
- utVtrfV It. M.UALL, Hi Seventh-street.
FOB TRADE A FINE J10CSE OF IS
rooms. Is best order, la Georgetown. Wynne
traded for a farm oa the Eastern Sfcore of SUryJaad.
Pelre. SlCOrl. V, M. HATiL.
auii . ' lysereztirstrcet.
FOR SAfcEi-AmELEOAST BESIDEN'OE'
on Capitol llllli nearly new. fnmtiag 4ZbyU
windows on each ssde. flue view of lue tjapltwnd!
Park. House eont.lus It mora. gnlsheiLlahsnl
wood, healed wlh o. air. Improved furnace: bt
and cold water, and nrstctass in all details. Can be
purchased at less than co-u j I . . "
J. STAN LEY JDNXS.
oc2 sti Seventh street.
-lT7 STREET SOUTH AST FOB
-A J SALE Three-story and. bs-cownt bflcs;
dwelling, ten rooms, bath, water aud ga. Price,
13.060: easy terms. J. STAN LEY JONsSS.
sets tf .511 Seventh street. ""
We offer the following list of wuredeemed pledges
and commission- goods at great bargains. Every
article Is rally warranted:
tt ATC1IES, In solid gold.oc silver cases, Amer
ican, Zngllh. Swiss. .
CHAINS, solid 12. 14 ana 18-karat gold.
lilhl. the best asoruiieiit In the dry.
BRACELETS, solid gold or tilled, .very slse.
SETS, all kinds.
bTUDP. every kind, solid It snd l-karat gold. . .
SLstEt E BUTTONS, every design.
CBO-"E. solid gold and Kouian gold filled.
LOCKETS, lady'a or gemlcmaa's, of rich de
signs. PINS. everrUud, sew and scrond-haat.
XAB-K1M.S. to match the pins nrseuarate,
CLOCKS. American Lngllsh or 1're jeh.
BKO.NZK3. very fine, some very rare. w
S1LVEB oc sllvi r-olated ware.
GLNS, English t reeeh and inoult-loading. 19
and 12 gauge, new and seeon l-lnntl.
1! OLVER3. from 13.23 to Hi. all kinds. .
OLASsE1; open. lleld.pectaeles oreyc-glasses.'
- UUTI.ERY. pocket-knives and rarors.
sjaNl., gold-beaded aud a few others.
ETC.. Is to be seen tn be appreciated: lmpn.slble
to describe. A 11 we ask ts a lair comparison for the
alinllsr goods to Insure a ready sale Call and ex-'
amine before purchasing elewhrr.
M. UOLDSTE1M dt CO..
LOAN AND COMMISSION BROKEUS.
sc27-tf N . E; Corner Tenth and D streets.
FOR SALE THREE HUNDRED AORES
of LAN D. or any portios or It, oa the Point of
Rocks lload. located at or near Forrest Glen Sta
tion. Md., nine miles frosa Washington Inquire
Of THOS. J. BROWN. Wheaton P. O.. Md.
nt.o, very cnean. one iax orc scree
"K ARSHALL HALL tUR SALE.
This well-known antf populsr Summer Resort, oa
lae jimzyiaua sioroi toe s OTomac
river, sixteen miles below Wash
ington, D. C aud opposite Mount
Vernon, is now offered for sale
on easv terms, or wlllArade foi
citv pronertv. i ne Place contains 3 aares ux .ana-
is excellent state of cultivation; has 13,000 yonax
peach trees, nearly all in bearing; aa orchard of
over uu choice varieties 01 apples; a weu-ouus ota
fashioned mansion, with 13 rooms and spacious
halls, a large barn, and several outbuildings, all Is
ood order, and fitted up la every way for a No. 1
The river frost Is fitted up especially ror excur
sionists, and le without exception, the best loca
tion for-thls purpose on the Potomac river. There
Is as extensive lawn reaching doTE to the wafr's
edge, numerous shade trees, arbors, booths, patest
swings, Ac, and a parlllioa the largest south of
Philadelphia. There ts excellent fishing, bathing,
and boating at the place and is Uthouzht that a
flrit-clasbummfr Boardlug-hon would pay weU,
as there Is nothing of the kind wtthls sevestr-five
A public road leads dows to the whsrf In front of
the premises, asd Is the principal. If cot 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 lsa building on the place ad
mirably adapted for such a purpose.
Tbe steamers Mary - asblngtoa and Arrow, from
Washington, touch at the wharf on their dally trips
downward and upward. The Ladv of the Lake the
Jane Mosely. the Thompson, and the two Baltimore
boats (the Washington and ihe Express) stop at
regular Intervals, and daily excursions are run to
Aa enterprising party could easily make a for
tune at th stand. Apply to
h tl. WARNER. Real Estate Broker,
Jelg-tf Corner seventh and g streets.
TTOR SALE HORSE, BUQOY AND HAB.
--- fius, is srst-rate order, uorse u
kind, will stand without hitching, and is
a lass roau sursr, innaireai
i23-tf 427 Eighth street.
OR SALE ON A STKEET N. E.
, " v sruvs. j si 4U1C n ttu is v sr a iji'uas Jm
Apply to B.H.WABNEB, Seventh and Fats.
A STREET SOUTHEAST.
A three-story brick house with II rooms, til. 000.
A three-story brick house wit js rooms. $3,000.
Apply to B.H.WAKNEK. Seventh and F sts.
B STREET NORTHEAST. .
A three-story brick house with 9 rooms, ft.000
Applyto B.H. WARSlt,SeventhandFsts.
B STREET SOUTHEAST.
A three-story brick house. 10 rooms asd store,, 0
A two-story brick house. 10 rooms. as,ouu,
Applyto B.H. WARNER, seventh and F sts.
B O D5DABT STREET.
An elegant property hetweenltth and IStli sts.. 17.580
A neat two-story frame near N . Capitol st.. 11,400.
Apply to B. H. WARN ER, Seventh asd F sts.
C STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick house with 10 rooau. W.OOO.
A two-story orlck house and basement, yt.500.
Applyto B.H. WAUN EC, Seventh and F sts.
COLTJ3IBIA STREET NORTHWEST.'
A two-story house above P street. $3,600.
A three-story house above 1 street. ?1.6a).
A two-story house above O street. XT. 500.
Applyto B. H.WARNER.SeventaandFsts.
CORCORAN STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-stort brlek honse with 10 rooms, ts.oco.
Applyto B.H.WABNEB, Seventh andFste
B STREET SOUTHWEST.
A two-story honse with 7 rooms. ft.OOO.
A two-story brick house with 6 rooms. $2.2oo.
A two-story brick on north side S2 500,
A two-story brlcL on soivth side, $2,300.
BE SALES STREET.
Seven elegant tno-story houses with S rooms and
large yards, to, 000.
Apply to B. 11. WARNER, Seventh asd F ate
E STREET NORTHWEST.
A five-story brick house with 1$ rooms, $13,000.
A two-story bouse wlthOrooms. $1,000.
Apply to B. H. W AP.N Elt, Seventh asd F sts.
E STREET SOUTHEAST.
A two-story frame bou with 4 roens. $1,600.
Apply to B. H. WARN Elt, Seventh and F ate
BAST CAPITOL STREET.
A three-story bouse with II rooms. $7,000.
An old house on a lot. 27xl29.-t.x0U0.
Apply to B. H. WARNER. Seventh and F ate
r STREET NORTHWEST.
A four-story brick honse. with 11 rooms, sear
Seventh street, in 000.
A four-story brick, with 12 rooaenear Tenth street,
Astore asd dwelling near Eleventh street. $15,000.
Apply to B. H. WARN EK.Seventh asd F su.
X STREET SOUTHWEST.
A two-story frame,wlfn (rooms. $2,000.
Apply to B. H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
0 STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story pressed brick. with large lot. SS.500.
Apply to if. H. WARN Eli, Seventh asd F ste
GRANT ATE., near 7th At Boandary.
An.wtwo-story frame house with 4 rooms, $700; $50
cash and $ti per month.
Apply ta B. U. WARNER, Seventh and F ste
H STREET NORTHEAST.
A store asd dwtlllng,6 roams, $2,5oa
Apply to B. U. ryARNKR,Seveh. asd F sts.
H STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick house sear Eighth street, with
10 rooms. $10,000.
A two-story brick, with 7 rooms, sear Seventh
Apply to B. H.TVAUN'EK, Seventh asd F sts.
1 STREET NORTHEAST.
A two-story brick house. with $ rooms, $1,390.
saApplytoB. H. WARN EB,Sevesta and F ste
I STREET NORTHWEST.
As elegant residence bet. 2d and 3d ste, $12,500.
A two-story house or rooms. $s,oq
A two story frame near Twenty-first street, $2,000.
Apply to B, 11. WARNER, Seventh and F ste
A four-story brick, with S rooms, $3,100.
Apply to B. U. WABNZB. Seventh and F ste
H STREET NORTHWEST.
A four-story brick, with 12 rooms, $10,000.
Apply to B 11. WARN ER,3evcsth asd F ste
, H STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story double house, near 14th street. $25,000
A two-story brick house with 7 rooms, near 13th
Apply to B. H. WARNEK,8eveBth asd F (ts.
A commodious and beautiful mansion at 11th street,
Four frames nearjth street, $s.teo.
A two-story rrams near stn street, large lot, $3, 000.
A two-story frame nar 9th street. U rooms, $4,000.
A frame bouse with 5 rooms, $t.7Ul.
Apply to B. H. WABN KH, Seventh asd F sts.
A large honse, IS rooms, near 6th St., (a bid anted.)
A three-story house'.wlthl rooms, near 6lhreet, (a
A twAtAn. fMvaa twlsli 41 ia aM,a 1A CM
bid wanted J
WARNER, Sevesth an ste
N STREET NORTHWEST.
A seat residence near ltth street. $10,500.
A nice bouse above 11th sticet, $1,000.
Two two-story frames near 5th street, $3,500.
A two-story brick near 7tb street, $2,tC0.
Apply to B. H. W ABNEB. Seventh asd F ste
O STREET B ORTH WEST.
A sew three-story brick with 14 roome $11,009
Applyfto B. H. WARNER, Sevesth and F ste
A three-story dwelling with store front, sear Ninth
A three-story bouse, sear Nineteenth street. $S,S00.
Applyto B.H. WARNER, Seventh asd F ste
PABK ST., (NEAR II th k E. CAPITOL.)
A two-story frame with 8 roome $1,700-.
Apply to B. H. WARNER, Sercntxi andF sle
PIERCE ST., (NEAR Itll S STS.)
Anew frame, with 7 rooms, $2,500.
Applyto B. H. WARNER. Seventh and F ste
s) STREET NORTHWXST. .'
A three-story brick, sear Fourteeath street, wia 11
A two-storr brick with S roome $4,000.
A two-story frame wtth 4 roome $1,500.
Applyto B. H. WARNER, Setcnlh asd T (U.
B STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick house, near Fourth t.1 tXtOO.
Applyto B. H. WARNER, Seventh and F ste
S STREET NORTHWEST.
A two-story house, sear Thirteenth street, $4,000. -.
A two-story house, above Fourteenth street, $3,500,
A three-storyhouse, near Fourteenth street. $7,000.
Applyto B.H. WARNER. Seventh andF ste
8ANSOX STREET NORTH WESTlH
Noe 141! and 14, each $1,500.
Applyto B. H. WARNER, -Seventh and F ste
tT STREET, NORTHWEST.
NOjiaoo. a neat two-story hftet, with s roome $1, W);
$300 cash and balam-e monthly at (per cent. s
Apply to B. li. WARNER, Seventh andF ste
A two-story briek with 9 rooms, $3,000.
Apply to B. H. WARN EKSeventh asd
W BTREET NORTHWEST.
A large double cottage large rrouxde c, $7,500,
Applyto B. U, WARNER. Sventh andF ste-
FIBVT STREET NOBTHEtST. l
As elerant mansion. wr ntrr-nn.
Apply to B.H.WAltNEB.SevcstaaaJFsa,
SfK TIBST STREET NORTHWEST.
Z' A Jhw-jKHTbil house-with nroonrv Htsu.
n.lyto-R: la. WAlKEvrnthFst.
MBST STREET SOUTH WEST.
"A wo-tcry brick with 5 roome $1,201.
Apply to B.H.WAKNEB.sVvinthaaJFs
- SECOND STREET NORTHEAST.
A two-story house with 4 roome $!,6fw.
PP'.y to B. H. WARNER, Seventh and F s-j.
-. SECOND STREET NORTHEAST.
A tr-ree-storr house wlrh 4 roonu. ftmnn
Appiyto B. H. WARN ER. Seventh asd F so.
- ja.uinis.i.i .vuAiancat.
A two-storr frame nithlroosaaasa w&tr snm
A two rory frame hoove, wear -street care S1.&XV1
Apply to B, H. WAKKwDoyenthaalFste I
THIRD STREET SOUTHEAST.
A two-sry frame wlutfiruoiae $1.4130. r
Aoplrto- B.B. WARNER. Beventh-and F ste
FOTBTH STREET NORTHEAST.
Atwo-torT housei near A street. $4,000.
A three-.tory brick honse wtth loruoms. K.XC
A good tw o-tory frame house, $1,230.
Apslyto B. H. W ABNEB. oeventh anl F rj.
'lirJrRlH STREET SOUTHEAST.
A two-s'ory eorrer brick house, with i routa.t3.0ra. I
A two-tory brick house, near A street. s
rpiy u n. a. n A-tmEK. seventh asd Tn.
, rorXTH STREET-NORTHWEST.
Four two-story frame houses, near H street. V3JXX. I
Applyto B. H. WAltXEB, Seveaa aud F sa.
.TIFTH STREET SOUTHEAST.
Two three-story bousr. 9 rooms. 13.000.
A brick bou-. near F .treet. $5,5uu.
App.yto B. H. WARNER. seventh aalTste
SIXTH STREET SODTnEAaT.
A three-ctory brick &ou.e. with 10 rooms $4. $30.
A tw o-.torv frame house, with ft rooms. 41. ril.
SEVENTH STKEET NORTHWEST-
Alarfebulidlnrat eoniernr r..,K., litnn
Apply to B. H. w ABNEl Seveathaad F ra.
SETXNTH STREET SOUTHWEST.
A two-s tory frame, with 6 roome $3,000.
A three-story brick, with 10 roome S2.uo.
A two-story frame, with 7 roon.e ll.fcio.
Apply to B.H. WARN HC, Seventh and F -j.
EIGHTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A two-story frame, near II street, $t,.
Applyto B. H. WARNER, Seventh asiFsU.
NINTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A thr-story brick house, near L street. 1.300.
A four-tory house, near L street, $14,000.
T two-s-ory frame, near 1, strett, $2.9J.
Apply to B. U. WARNER. Jeresrh and F su.
NINTH STREET NORTHEAST.
A neT five-room conajre. near G street 12. v.
App.y to H.H.V, ARNEK. Sevesth and F su.
TENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A twe-story frame, with 6 rooms, $2,500.
Atwo-torj brlek, with 8 rooms. $t,oro.
Apply to B. H. WARN ER, Sevenu and F ste
ELEVENTH STREET NORTH rs EST.
A three-sto-y brick, near N street, JU.200.
A three-tt rv bric. with 11 rooms. $1,730.
A three-story brick toise with 12 rooms. $- occ.
A thret-storyframe house, with store. V. j.
A thrtr-story1 brick, w ith 10 roome JnOjO.
Seven new bricks, a roome S3. i each.
Applyto B.H. WARNER, Seventh and Fsu
ELEVENTH STREET SOUTHEAST.
A ttr.e-.tnrr l.nnu. In l'htt4fl.lnil- v.nw , -.,
Apply to ll.H. WARNER, seventh and F so.
TWELFTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A six-room" cottage. $3,300.
A two-s'.orj frame. 7 rooms, J4.0CO.
appiy to a. n. Alt.v eb. seventh and F su.
THIRTEENTH ST. NORTHWEST. J
A two-5'ory brick, with 8 roome $3.v.
A two-storr frame, with 7 rooms. snn.
Apply to B. H. WARN ER, Seventh asl F su.
THIRTEENTH ST. SOUTHWEST.
Atwo-story brick honse. with Srooms. 81.300: fXCI
ari w.I fn$n.M.h MAMaW1 w V v st w - fSJ
Apply to B. H. t ABN tR, Seventh anl F 6te
FOURTEENTH ST. SOUTHWEST.
A three-story briek. with 12 roome tesuo.
A tn o-story brie k. w ith K roome $ 1.500.
Apply to B. H. WABNEE, Seventh and r su.
SIXTEENTH ST. NORTHWEST.
Flvehou.es on Urge lot. near L, $3,30); J2M caail
Applyto B.H. WARNER Seventh and F su.
NINETEENTH ST. NORTHWEST. ;
io ones nouses, witn roome ae. $4,300.
Apply to B. U. WARNER. Seventh and F ste
TWENTT-SINTH ST. NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick, wlthgrooms. $l,ao.
Apply to B. H. WARNER.
se4 Seventh andP streets
FOR.SALE OE EENT.
Irrorr y street, (michler-.row I
Wl lor Rent or bale Houc, containing!
seven chambrre parlor, dining-room, kitchen and I
laundry. Hot and cold water, with all the.coave-1
juimvs ux a ursb-vias uuuse.
No. 1210 G strett,
rol-6t Or Rom. I. No. 517 Seventh street.
1 ins f STREET, NEAB the CIRCLE I
JrX.JO For Sale or Rent Eleven-room hou. I
finely frescoed and finished from top to bottom, en-I
uniroer. aeimscasy. rncemonenie.
SMITH, BIRUE A CO..
ocl-tf 1014 Pennsylvania avenue.
FOR SALE OK I RENT A NINE-ROOXl
press-brick front house corner or sixteenth 1
and P streetsttjasement. two storlee Mansard roof, I
bay window and all modern conveniences. Also. I
two choice lots adjoining house. Terms veryB
reasoaavie. xoruuormauoa apply as isu aias
causeits avenue seit-tx
TTOR SALE, EXCHANGE OR RENT THAT I
- Deauttruiiy nntsned kesuiekce, ii o.
street northwest, containing seventeen rooms,
most eligibly located, and possessing all modern B
Improvements. Half cash. ADPlvtoW.NOT-"
T1NGHAM, corner of Third and.K streets souxk. I
ease or so jr. a. rusja x , J on jroot, ataryiaaa.
STOTIS, RANGES, &C.
TT YOU WISH TO SAA E M0XT
STOVES, RANGES. &0..
JOHN MORAX, 2126 Pa. Arenne
nLoir ue&rer. loneKitureniioor, 01117937.1
KIaajc. Cabinet anil Cohimtilx ILmre al
low ait SIS. 11 fm Oracle. snlentiliL &ndl
Vastalogton Ilanfcef 4. A full line off
Bi5xViUnraln? and IlcatlDir btores-J the?
cneaxe&tlntuecltr. Lailberore Dmroaslmr. It
wlllrar- Kcpalrtnjrpruiiiptlxatienaeiito ani uc
isLstcuua KUTArHnircii. vc-mi
James R. BTarrorer,
I33S FOURTEENTH STREET N. W
Stoves, Grates, Ranges, Uonae-Far.1
nlshlns: Goods, Ate.
43-Rooans; and SxtontlnsraSpecIaltF,
1" E C I A L T I E S.
FIRS ON THE HEAKTH. Onen Stove
Beautiful Flre-Plac lleatcr.
New Portable Range. I
Wrouzht-Iron Furnace. I
au nrsi ciass. acn me oess 01 its xina.
HAYWARD & HUTCHINSOf
317 Ninth street; near the Avenue.
0c3 STOrE AND FLCMBIMJ HOUSE.
STAG'S HEAD RANGE
The Quietest Baxer. the Most Economical Healer I
and CneapeVt Range In theroarket.- asa
BANQ0ETHOT-CLOSET BANGE. Somethlniel
entirely new, cheap, rood and handy. Just thai
ranee every housekeeper will buy; I
Also, Sanford'a new Challesxe Hot-air FCR-I
xs au ; superior to an ouiere
At the sole agency or
OFF A THOMAS.
EH PennsyiTasla avenue northwest.
1423 HEW Y0EK AVENUE. 1123
THOS. M. SHEPHERD,
F-LCHBINQ, STEAK AND GAS FIT-1
The larrest and best assorted deslras in the city. I
conslstlnjr of Chandeliers Is crystal, bronze and I
Kilt; exquisite Toilet and Newel Lights; portables I
and reading Ltghte Pendante Braexete c,
endless variety at Philadelphia wholesale prlcee
Of the newest and most elegant styles- la marble.
state ana carved wainnx, ana at the lowest pncee
In saver, gilt, sronse asd sicxel, of handsome I
aesis asa nnisn.
A dosen different styles, including the "May. I
flower.'1 "silver Palace." "Social," Boyntoo'al
13;e', "Baltlmorean." "New Balto" and others. I
putcp in the best manner, asd guaranteed to giro I
I desire to call sncelal attention to the "EMPIRE'I
range whlcn cannot be excelled by any range tn thM
martet for cooking and baking, also for neatlnxl
stories abore. Also os hand the "llefiance" I
ChlUon." "Spartan" asd other range at very I
For heating and cooking complete with furniture. I
Vmii. VIonttors- Ar.- farthi,.frk room. J
I am prepared to furnish any styles of furnace,
eltherportableorsctlsasnperlor manner lsbrtclcl
as seasouisuie raiee
PLUMBING." STEAM AND GAS FimNG.
EmployiDsr none but the most skllimlwortmen. II
am prepared to execute all orders promptly, and la I
a superior xuanner, ano jl ine lowest price.
AJCa.aga.,jyi.. oxi rir-cn mrwira
NEW YORK AVENUE. " MS
QT r W. H. HAXBOTXXi O"! O
OXO SEVENTH STRETTv OAfJ
Five doors from Pennsylvania arcane north.
X UAiiaUCaO, AASU1AUM)
REPAIRS FOBALL KIN WJ OF STOV,
TTJLL ASSORTXENT OF HOCSE-FTJlS.
leU NISHIWO- OOOMSL
fTTHE" WABSeN BANQE, -AND
SPLENDID FIRE-PLACE FURNACE.
. c E. T. SULPSON.
loot Pennsylvania avesce.
se7-xm. Stewart Stoveoouse.
OF WASHINGTON. T. C,
No. B Seventh St., (under Second KatlonalSaax.ll
VswIUtaJ . rm a ss a ssms o.siomj sosian)sisl lis SwW I
- JOHN B. ARCHER, J. C. HCXELSEN.
Honey to loan Is sums to nit os first-class real I
estate located la the DtstrietTif Columbia. Titles!
asd values gnanaleed by the company. PtrsaaaJ
navuigisoiier'soioaaorinvess wiu sua urst-ot
pptlcauoss for loasa asd real estate notes tors
wi "Vrjws as vug cvsswmsj-a oaico.
j . "s. -
h, . -.. .
- -i f...J'ri
.. a r . ' r j