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- BUSINESS DIRECTORS
Oonialnln, 'artlaarFlrst.(3asa Estab
lishment in n Brancbei of Baals
BMi In the .District
J, A. Biter, KS, TO, 81 La, are., bet. tth A lKht
amuel C Palmer, 57 Greene street, Georgetown.
Agent for Bukj'i Philadelphia Ale. -Trad
supplied. In cub and bottles.
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS.
OKU. T. Davis ft Co., fU7th St., opp. Pat. Office.
Hoffman, Franklin A Co., lift. Bank Balldlnx.
Janet H. McGlll. 13 Le Droit Building.
W. M. Polndexter, Vernon Bow.
HuryB. Searle. Tin K t nro. P. o. Dept,
Albert B. Nocrr, UOO E street northwest,
tm. J. MIndeleff 1104 F street, near llth.
Chas. ASuTt and John W. Warner, 637 F ft. S,W.
U. D. Barrett, 21? H street.
Blrney a Blrney, EsMS street N. W.
C-. 3. Bandy, Attorney-at-Law, 456 Louisiana are,
Daniel O'C. Callagban. 4357th streetN. W.
11. H. Hadley, Law and Corporations. 513 Tth St.
i- fttorrs, tile F St.. near Treasury DeDsxtment,
F.J DQnibncBoom4,Bradley's building, opposite
BANKS AND BANKERS.
Hires A Co.. Kxecntlve ave.. cor- 15th at-
Lewis Johnson A Co., Bankezsibuyand sell Got
emment bond, coin and exehange. Draw bills
of exchange, in sums to suit, on England,
France, Germany, Sweden, Holland. Swltzer
land and Denmark. Banking House, cor. Penn.
are. and 10th su, Vernon Place,
OAnoan-Aiserlcan Savings Bank and Safe Deposit
rinlu. Federal Buildings, cor. ?th and F ta.
BANK NOTE ENGRAVERS.
Xxcelslor Bank Note Company, 113 New Tork
avenue John G. Wellstood. President. New
Vork Office, vf tsroadway, cor, Warren at.
Coleman's CenteunlalBath Booms, Rt 8th st. n. IT
BELL.UANUEKS, LOCKSMITHS, e.
F. Fred. Fischer, tie stb su, bet. F and tt su.
Join A. Blckerton. 81 i K street n. w near 9th,
JUT. Wiltlng.straw h' t and b't bleacher,!! Pa. ay
First-class Board and Booms. 803 E St., near P.O.Dept
Solomons; Cbepman's Metrepolltan Bookstore, til
ri.nr., uefc. gin anu iuiu sis. wonstanuy on
hand the newest and most fashionable styles of
plain and fancy stationery. Card plates, aiat
lone' and wedding Invitations engraved to the
highest style of the art. All the new publica
tions received as soon as Issued
D. A. Brotnan, (Latboue, 1 o U at,, bet. 9th&Uth
TVm. Ballantyns, (Itellglous 4c.) tarthit,
J. D. Free. Jr. I&7 F st., opp. Ebbltt Ilosae.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A, L. Hazellon, 3 7th st,. O. F.Han.
L.,Hellbran'a Cheap shoe Store, 4027th St., ab. D,
N. Funk, Boot Maker, 1110 E street northwest,
C, Carroll 2to. 14 Second street norteast,
National Brass Works, 315, 313 and S3) ISth st. a.
wi;hes. SomervMe," manufacturer f all artl
eles used In the Plumbing and Gas and Steam
Fitting Business; a complete sttvk of aPlnjnbert
Supplies. Ac constantly on banc
Ctsale. 100,00 No. 1 press brick and 500,09) No. 1
hard-made brick; Appleman A Bro.,ll25j Pa.av
BRONZING, GILDING, Ac.
Xdward btolpe. no 7th st;, shops opp. Patent OOce,
pencerlan Business College, 7th and L its. N. W
X. H. King, 1331 ) st. and SC 11th ft. s. w.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
Eobt. J. Fleming. 103 Tenth street northwest,
Lorenzo Bice, on Maine avenue.
CARPETINGS, OILCLOTHS, C.
Wm. 2. Mitchell. 811 Market JJpace. Carpets, Oil
cloths, Mattings, Ac.
Kobt. 11. Graham. 410, 41i 41' 8th street n. w
MeDermott A "Bros., 310 Pa, ave., near 34 ft.
It m Seek, Waions and Carriage, ZW3 It st.n.W
JT. C. Ear A Co., Claim Ag'ts and Brokers,H3 JJ st.
X. W. A hiuker, 715 15th st., near Treasury DepW
Mrs. Dr. Ellis, ltUPenna, av.t also Placet Beader
Noah Walker A o.. of Baltimore, GS Pa. aye
Soha W. Fraiee. U. 8. Commissioner and Xzazsl-
net In Chancery, 509 7th sr. , under 2d J at'l B anx.
JT, Henrr Albers. 1015 11th street northwest.
COSSETS, 8KIRTS, Ac.
Douglas A Bro., tth and F sts.,St. Clond Bulldlngf,
cferaets, Sklrta, and Ladles' aaa UeaUemen'f
S.Btewart A Co., Eating House, Penna. T8.
XcklMACo. Dining Rooms, JB3 12th St., so. of AT,
T. X. Dooley.3 Pa. aye. southeast.
It. P. Hlckllng. 1 Pa. ave.. Washington Houm
O, J. C. blmma,eor. 11th st. and I. X. are.
X, X. Lewis. PharmacUt. 1104 11th street, near I
Mrs. M. A. Briggs, N. Y. Dye House, 709 th st
W. H. Wneat'ey. 49 Jefferson St.. Otorgetown.
fTeinbeliner A Fraukel Steam Dyelnx, Ac, 21 Utn
Breorge C Maynard, 143 U st, corner Fineenth.
Electric Bells and Clocks pot nrand rep'"-'
Xareka Emp. OOce. Mrs. Louise C. Butler. T D ft.
H, H. Mchola. Eng'r'on Wod. LeDrolt Banding.
j7Brvnan.Gen'l EngraverSlS 7tost.,on. Pat,oace
Wn.F.Luu, Eng'r on Wood and Metal, 1223 Pa. a v.
. D. MunnVCard EngraverKS l'enna. avenue.
Htmsn BaumgartenVSeals, Dlea,Btamps,Z3 rs,ay.
EXPRESS OFFICES. .
. Adams Express Co., Z5Pa. ay., Geo.lW. Moss, agt
Kaois Express. SB Pa. ay. and ti Bridge su, Uta
Woodrnir s Patent for Filing Papers, 7Cj ta tUn.w,
White A Brother. Kt Me. av. a. w.
XBralihcd Booms, at PennsvlTanlayeana.l
GALVANIZED CORNICES, ETC
JCjfhyte A Overman, corner 13& and E streets.
GAS OFFICES. , . .
-03ce U. S. Inspector of Gas and Metres, 403 Tenth
street. Ofilee boors, from 8 to 5,
GAS FIXTURES, PLUMBING, stc,
Ve Kothwell. Ill B street s. e. Mantels at cost.
' Sail A Hume. 807 Market Space.
flladime Dubois, froml'arts, 1211 Pennsylvania aye
HARDWARE AND CCTLERT.
3, W. Kennedy A Co., 612 Pa. av., bet. 6th and 7th.
HATS, CAPS, FURS, Etc.
X.V. Bresnan, Practical Hatter, u.69thst,,bt,u AI
HORSE-SHOEING. . m
Joys' Improved Premlnm Horse-Shoeing, ho. 633
It street northwest.
Xbbltt House, P and 14th streets.
"imperial Hotel, E St., bet. 13th and 14th.
-Ut. James Hotel, European plan. Pa. aye. and tut f I
Congressional Hotel, K. J. ave. and south B st.
Tremont House. Ind. avenue andjd ft.
Mllllken's Hotel. E and loth sta.
"stray's. 11231st. nonhwut.
HOUSE FURNISHING QOOIII .
4Jeo. atts A Co., 1147th st.. above Pa. ave.
3 as. K, Harrover, 1338 11th st. n. w. Kefrlrera-
tors, Vater Coolers, stoves. Tin and Hard
ware. Boonng and bpoatlnga specialty,
C Fischer, Surg. Instruments, Trusses, 413 ,thst
IfordemannACo.. rearorsHDel ave., northeast
, INSURANCE OFFICES.
Arlington Fire Ins. Co., 1505 Penn. ave. n. w.
Wm. L. Bramhall, Gen. Fire Ins. Agent, 607 7th st.
tamllnk A Co.. Gen. Ins. AgenU,9 F sU.nearlOth
M. Goldstein A Co. , corner Tenth and D streets.
W. D. Glenn. 4(2 Jth st. opp. Y. M. C. A. Building,
3. Karr. 629 Pa. ave.. Watches and Clocks repaired.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
X. C. Weaver, Justice of the Peace and Convey.
ancer, 613 7th St. n. w.
, C. Mills. 496 La. ave.,a lso Notary And Comm'rt
KID GLOVE DEPOTO.
,J, 3. May. Paris Eld Glove Depot, S3 Penna. aye
NorrU Peters. 458 Pa. ave., near tit ft. Photo
Lithography a specialty.
Beyes AUo.,cor. 14th and D sta. Close earrlagej
for wedding calls and retentions. Boarding and
livery stable. Wlllard's hotel sublea.
Allison i allor. tr.. 13J4 to 1338 X st. n. w.
J8. Golditeln A Co., cor. 10th and D sta.
'X.Heldenhelmer, 12SPa. ave., cor. nth ft.
LOOKING GLASSES.PIC FRAMES.
fTrancls Lamb. U38 Pa. ave., near nth st.
-WawMcLean, Dealer In Pine and Hardwood Lorn.
ber. Laths. Shingles, Ac, cor. 13th and B at.
,- MATTRESS MANUFACTORIES!.
Washington Mattress Factory. 805 D street.
-John A, lilmon. 517 7th st., op. Post OHce Dept.
Xra. C. Stratum Mlll'r A Dress Mkr.,tll Ps ay. i.e.
lderney. 6 E st. ; MUk and Cream delivered dally.
J, Collins, 53 loth- Milk, Cream. Ac, delivered,
B, H. Hempier. 451 Fa. ay., cor. Vi ft.
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS.
John A. Hayward, TV ronght and Cast Iron Ball
lags, 1414 Fourteenth street northwest.
raalLerry. Ornamental Plasterer. K3F st, N. W.
Armor A Montrop, 806 and 608 D street northwest.
"0. 8. Parker A Son. 733 Thirteenth street northwest,
FAINTS, OILS, GLASS, 0.
George Byneal. Jr., 639 D street northwest.
Seo. H1U. Jr., 43 Ninth street N. W., Manufac
turer and Wholesale Dealer In all kinds of
Paper. Mills on Water and Potomac streets,.
X. Morrison. 805 D st-
John J. Halsted.tU7Ust..lateCrofbT.H. Gould
Brady's National Portrait UaUery, (25 Pa. ay
Relebenbach, 43 Hut at., a Tew doors above Pa. at
Mallet. Darts A Co. 'a Pianos, 831 Ninth st. M. W.
PLUMBERS AND GAS FITTERS.
JSenry K. C'mU, 737 7th St., near H.
J. B. Fltxhugh, Plumber and QaalUer.UM ft.N.1,
-SermbUcan Job Office, cor. Pa. ay. and 11th ft,
KEAL'ESTATEAGENTS A. BROKERS.
, A, L. Barber A Co.,.Lc Droit B'ld'g,B.E. Dealers.
-.M.HaII.5n7thst,om Post OuTm Dm.
Chas. H.Moulton, 806F m!i.W., Le DroUBulld's,
M. M. Kohrer, 5137th st., opp. P. O. Dept.
Edwin J. Sweet, 511 7th st., opp. Post Office Dept.
Wm. J. Cook, 711 1Mb ar.ropp. Bigg A Co. 's Bank.
E. K- WUson; lU7thstt.Tet, oppTKo. Dept.
fjs7, 000,000 worth of property and stock for sale or
exchange for good real estate by Bralltord A
Main, lis Pennsylvania avenue.
sJaFJS DEPOSIT VAULTS.
Cerman (American tarrngj Bank safe Deposit
Yaslts, Federal Buildings, cor. TthAw: F st7
T. J .-Steer, Wheeter A Wilson's Improved. 703 X st.
rhe WUsonADd all other k)nds cor. 7th and H sta
ChompsouJav Le Droit Building; Finest Dress Shirt
to order, fits.
Edward Stolpe, sot 7th st, op. Patent CJBCt,
Canrer's. 17 7th st. op. Patent Office.
Acker A Co.. cor. North Capitol and X sta.
Batteries, Wires and supplies, George C. Maynard.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
at O Cigars. Sestefall.irjaPst.s. w.
'S. Jeff. Cowle's Cigar Palacs W 7th st a. W i
UMBRELLA A PARASOL MANCTT
, John Sogers, til D tN. W. fno branch store
XEEAT B1ED1UAE UCKJK AAO 3K-I
J CBKTS ?
JBr ladles and gent. Bent free for two '
. .Address 8t Joseph Medical 1
Institute. St. frta
Q 1- E J 1 N G OF
LADIES' DRESS FURS.
Full and complete stock just opened,
BEAT, KKl?. sArnmr.
-' j T
FUlS XB1MMINGS, Ac. iowest prices z-ii
B, H. STINEMETZ;
Hatter and Furrier. 1237 Tcnn. avenue.
j rxi io corner or Tnirteentn st.
WE SELL THE
WHEELER fc WILSON,
GROVER 4 BAKElt,
SECOR, BLEE9, AMERICAN,
WILCOX 4 GIBBS.
EENTIK!, EIGHANSfflQ, EEPlfflNS.
KcKENNX & CO.,
oca-tf C7 lnth st. northwest.
ffe LADIES' SHOES ?
0Msni8TriETr (opposite Patent Office.)
A fine assortment of LADIES' SHOES, of our own
make, at prices to suit the times.
English SeaUtlo WALKING BOOTS.
English and French Xtd BUTTONED BOOTS.
French Goat and Pebble BUTTONED BOOTS,
THE BEST IN THE WOULD FOB THE MONET.
French Eld, light P0WP-SOLED BOOTS, for
party or carriage wear the handsomest boot In
Washington, weighing only five ounces.
Also. Ladles' CUSTOM WORK made to order at
short notice, and a perfect nt guaranteed. tcSK&a
pBOPOSALS FOlt SUPPLIES.
PATMABTrn's Oryici, Natt Yabp,
Kittest, Mb, Nov. B, 187o. f
Proponlf In duplicate, sealed and indorsed on
the envelop. "Bid for Supplies advertised," will
be received at thi3 office until 12 JO o'clock FBI
DAY, November 10, for the following supplies of
the best quality, to be delivered free ere .pense
at the Navy lard, Kltterv, .Me., subject to the
usual Infpectlon, viz:
BUEEAU OF YAEDS AND DOCKS.
40 tone (1,240 lbs.) best quality fine Encllah
3 tens (2,240 lbf.) Straw, lon, loose.
770 bushels Corn Meal.
TThe Hay and Stran to be delivered in thirty
days from order. The Meal to be delivered in
montbl) supplies as ordered. The quantities de
livered to be paid for nt tic weights of the Navy
The right If reserved to reiect nny or all bids
that may not be deemed ndrantageous to the
GovercincBt.and to award each article or item
separate, as may pe mest to iis-ioterest.
liesponslble security required for the prompt
and faithful delivery or supplies awarded within
the time specified .
Blank forms will be furnished at this office and
bids opened at the tour abovettanied, when par.
tics interested arc Invited to be present.
nov8-td Paymaster U. S. Navy.
PEOPOSALS FOR MARBLE TILINtt
OP. TUB UNITED '-TATLS GENEBAli
POST OFFICE, WASHINUTON, D. C.
Ofhce or SrrESYisitro AncniTECT)
Wabhiiiotox, D. O., Nov. 1, 1878. )
Sealed proposals will be received at this oface,
until 12 m. of the llth day of November, 1371,
for white and black marble tiling; and bordering
required for the basement of the United States
General Post Office, Washington, D. O.
Copy of specification and schedule, and any ad
ditional information, may be had on application
at this office.
coS-FMWit Supervising Architect.
PEOPOSALS FOE MATERIALS FORTHE
UNITED STATES NAVY YARD, LEAGUE
ISLAND, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Bubxatt or Yards ahd docks,
WABHIB-QTO. D. U Oct. 1J. 1875.
Sealed proposals, Indorsed ".Proposal! ror Mate,
rials for League Island Navy Yard," addressed
to the Chief of the Bureau of Yards and Docks,
Navy Department. Washington. D. C.,wlll be re
ceived at this Bureau until 12 o'clock in. on the
15th day ot NOVEMBER, A. D. 1ST5, for furnish
ing and delivering at the United States Navy
Yard. League Island, Philadelphia, Pa, free of
nil expense to the Government, the articles em
braced in the following classes, vli.:
Clara No. 1, Bricks; Class No. 2, Lime; Class
No. 3, Hydraulic Cement: Class No. 4, Building
Sand; Glass No. a. Cast Iron Columns, Plate
Iron Girders and Rolled-Iron I Beams.
Printed schedules, la which the materials and
articles required are embraced, with. form ofoHer
and guarantee, will be furnished on application
tothe Bureau, Commandant of the League Island
Nary Yard, and Purchasing Paymaster at Phila
Bonds and security !n the full amount of the
contract will bo required, and the Bureau re
serves the right to reject any or all bids, as the
interests of the Government may require.
J. U. UUWUi,
Chief of Bureau.
NAVY YARD. WASHINGTON.
For the purpose of submitting for examination
and test to a Board appointed ty the Navy De
partment with the view of establishing a standard
Hose for use in the United States Navy, manufac
turer! of Cotton-Canrai, Rubber-Lined llote are
hereby Invited to deliver In this Navy Yard, by
the 1st of November next, free of any expense to
the Government.spcclxnens of said hose, in lengths
of twenty-five (iS) feet each, with couplings of
Work's patent attached. Each specimen must
bear the came of the manufacturer, with cost of
same per foot, Including, also, cost of couplings.
JOHN O. FEBIUERT
ort3 Commodore U. S. N, Commandant.
Comsjaivdast's Ostice, October 27, 1878.
The foregoing Is so far modified that samples of
oil Ifniff of rubber-lined canvas hose will be re
ceived for comparative trial, and the time for de
livery of same at this yard extended to the 15th
proximo. JOHN O. FEBIOER,
Commodore V. S. N., Commandant.
PROPOSALS FOR MATERIALS TO BE
SUPPLIED TO THE NAVY YAKDS U.NUEK
THE OUMZANCE OF THE BUREAU OF
OBSTRUCTION AND REPAIR.
. NATT DzPABTMXaT, )
BUEEATJ 0 COirBTBCCTIOX ASD RypAIB, J
WAEBisoTOa, D. (J., September S3, 1678. )
Sealed proposals to furnish timber and other
materials for the Navy for the fiscal year ending
June SO, 1877, win be received at this Bureau until
12 o'clock m. of THURSDAY, November 18, 1870,
at which time the bids will be opened.
The proposals mnst be addressed to the "Chief
yftke Bureau of Construction ant Bepair, A'ary
Department, Washington." and must be Indorsed
"Propotals for Timber, $-c, for the Kan," that
they may be distinguished from ordinary business
Toyrerenf confuiion, end facilitate the opening
f the bids, vartiee bidding for iurmltei at several
yards Kill enclose their Kit in separate envelopes
lor each yard, indorsed irith the name of the -jtird
for tchich the bid is made.
Printed schedules for such classes as parties
deal in and Intend to bid for, together with in
structions to bidders, glTlngthe forms of proposal,
of guarantee, and of certificate of guarantors,
with printed forms of offer, will be furnished to
such persons as desire to bid, on application to the
Commandants of the respective Navy Yards, and
those of all the yards on application to the Bu
reau. The Commandant or each Navy Yard, and the
purchasing Paymaster for each Station, will have
a copy of the schedules of the other yards, for ex
amination only, in order that persons who Intend
to hid may judge whether it is desirable to make
application lor any oi me classes oi tnose yards.
The proposals must be for the whole of a class;
but the Department reserves the right to reduce
the whole class, should the Interest of the Gov
ernment require it, before the execution of the
contract. All applications for Information, or for
the examination of samples, must be made to the
Commandants of the respective yards.
Bids or offers will be received only from par.
ties vho art bona fide dealers in, or manujae.
turers of, the articles they offer to furnish. The
Karaniorsmust be certified by the Collector of
ternal Revenue for the district la which they
The contract will be awarded to the person who
makes the lowest bid and gives the guarantee re
quired by law, the Navy Department, however,
reserving the right to reject the loweft bid, or
any which It may deem exorbitant.
ff!rr fa previsions o serf ion SX2of the Re
vised Statutes, the offer of any person who, as
principal or surely, has been a defaulter in any
previous contract with the Xavy Department will
not be received.
Sureties m the full amount will be required to
sign the contract, and their responsibility must
.be certified to the tiUifacUaa ol the Navy De
partment. As additional security twepty per centum wfll
be withheld from tneamount oithe bills until the
contract shall have been completed, and eighty
per centum of the amount of each, bilL approved
in triplicate by the Commandants ot the respec
tive yards, will be paid by the Paymaster or the
station designated in the contract, or, ir none Is
specified, by the Paymaster of the station nearest
the yard where the goods are .delivered, within
ten day after the warrant for the same shall
have been passed by the Secretary of the Treas-
The classes or this Bureau are numbered and
designated as follows:
No. L White flak V.r. V. S4 Tm.it. di.
n.nb YJ Am . nr .. ,?r,?.. . - ' T
' MU .JVMUli 4.U. XB, VUl
ilw,.Kn " .rjvugui nous; Eo. l
A ails; No. 42, Lead, pipe, sheet: No. 43, Zlncf No.
43, Locks, Hinges. Bolts, or brats anil, tm; No.
No. 58. Colored Paints. Dnrerf : No. to. MfkJ
iiaie: iiu uu. n uild asfiui: nn. n.
Ol; No. M, Yamlsh, Spirit Turpentine; pio. 61,
Spem. and Lard Oil: No. W, Tallow, Soap; No.
es, Ftth Ofl; No. 68, aialsrNOrtO, Brushes; No.
3 Dry.Ocodl ibrupholiteriDg: No.lLStaOonery;
No. 72, Crucible: No. 73. Ship Chandlery: No. 74.
Acids: No.' 78. Eosln,' Pitch, Crude Turpentine:
NO.T7, Beltlng,'Pck1ng;No;78,'Leher; No. 88,
Charcoal; Ho. 88, Wood. -, "p --
Thetollowfng are the clashes, by the numbers,
required at the respective navy yard:
7 Wet 16, 55, sa, 4S, IS, K, S4,M, 60, K, 65, CT, 70, 73,
W,00,es, , 48,69. 70, 71. 78,74. 75, 77, 73.
N0S. 22, 12, 13, 16,67, 58, , 60, 63. 65, 75. -LEAGUE
Not. 22, S9. . 40, 60, 51, 62, 63, SI, 64. 57, SS, 6,
60. tS, 64,- 68, , 70. Vl. 72. 4, 75, 77, 78. 88, .'
w . WOEFOLK. -
Nos.WSJ, , 48, O,C0, 62, 63, SL6, 67.51 A.
' Mior TCT Wn
" " WAUHmitTUN.O.l!.
GEORGE T. KEEN,
414 Ninth Street
Begs leave to Inform the public that. In order to
be np with the present state of the flimHii depres
sion of the times he has decided to
BESUCE THE PRICE OF BUSINESS SUITS
TO $25 A3TD $30.
All Garments made, to order, as he keeps no readr
made goods. sepli-3m
Merchant Tailor ssnd Uent'o Farnlsbi
1111 F street northwest,
has received a very elegant assortmsrt CI
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
And Is prepared to make them up In the latest
styles at moderate prices. sepll-tf
SLatA at thn Rhhltt HmM.1
take pleasure In announcing to bla friend
and the public that he ha removed hi place
V. UlUiUCH bu
1231 F !. N.W., cor. Thirteenth and T,
WHERE HE- HAS' THE
riNEST SELECTION OF GOODS
this aide or New York, which he 1 prepared o
at prices to suit the times.
AJ-CALL AND BE CONYTNCZD. apH-tl
EVANS fc EVANS. RICHARD STUART
EVA1S. KfriAlU) 1. EVANS, Attorneys-al-Law,
Post Office Box-104. Office, corner filth
and D streets northwest, opposite Cttv Hall, near
Columbian Law Building, and 107 East Capitol
street, near the Capitol. ae30-tf
B. 3. WARNER,
Comer Seventh and F StreetBj
REAL ESTATE BROKER
On (rood Real Estate Security In Sums a 3llt
FBOFEETY BOUGHT AND SOLD,
Any Banking House Is Wii
E. W. WHTEAKES,
GresersI Claim and Collettion Ageat,
S31S 21 street northwest.
DISTEIOT OLATUS A. SPEOIALTT.
wk a. coob;
no. 480 louisiana atentje,
Will practice .in theBupreme Court of the United
Btates, Court of Claims, Supreme Court or the Dis
trict of Columbia. Committees of Congress and De
partments of the United Btate. eovercment,
838 rour-and-a-nalf street, Washington, D. C,
Practices la the Courts of the District and Prlne
George' county. Hd. delt-tf
H EK K O B ,
A" J A st M. AT UAAllls
CLAM ABET AD CONVEYANCES.
Northwest comer Mnlh and O streets northwest.
ieeda, Atudavlta and other Legal Papers preparea
and acknowledged. Mote protested. Ofice hours,
from 8 a. m. to & p. m. iyi8
A. V. Leave WasMns7tan-
6.00 Baltimore. Elllcott city and Way Btations.
1:40 Baltimore. Annapolis and Way stations, Pole
or Bocks, and Intermediate stations. Mala
7:10 Baltimore and Alexandria Junction. Sunda
stops at Alexandria Junction.
tUONKW YOSK, miLADliruIA AXS EOSTOIT
rEKfiS. rulman Parlor Cars. (Sunday stops
at Way 8ta!Ion.)
8.10 Baltimore and .Way SUUons.
B.io cnicago. Cincinnati, Bt. louis ana ntxs
bure Express Parlors and Bleepcr.
Frederick, liagerrtown and Vsller road.
Earlor and eleepers. No connection for
9:00 Point or Rocks and Way Stations. Harrison
burg and Way Stations, Valley Branch.
Piedmont and Way Stations, Mala stem:
lao Mw Yona and BosTOS Lthttxd EirniSB,
and all Eastern cities. No stop, except at
Relay for through passengers ttaitunore
and rnuaoeipua; Sunday tq Baltimore and
1101 Baltimore. Way Buttons, KUlcott City and
1:40 Kaw Yobs. PmLADXLrniA awd nobtolk.
ExrBxfiS. Alexandria Junction. On Bun
day all way stations and Baltimore only.
1:30 Baltimore and Way Illations. Rrederlsk-rla
1:3) BaltjhokxaitdLacsil Ezrsxss.
lao y -ederick and point of t(ocaa.yia Metropoli
tan Branch. ) Connect on Saturday for 11 a
Strstown and Winchester.
umore. Annapolis and Way Stations.
t:0 Baltimore and Way Station to Annapolis
8.11 ClNCUIHATl Awr LOClflTTLLX EXTBX88.
(Exeept Saturday) Uagerstown and Win
chester. Sleeping cars to, Cincinnati and
80 Point of Bocks and Way Stations.
7n PBiLASxLruia Aim baltzxobx Extezse.
7:18 Baltimore and Way Button.
7:35 Pittsbarg, Chicago, and Columbus.
tso Baltimore, Alexandria Jnnctron and Relay.
10:00 IIW YOSK AMD PHILASaXrHI A NIOET EX-
rsxsB. Bleeping cars to Mew York.
10.01 Baltimore and Way Buttons to Annapolis
11:45 Bt. louis, frrrcAoo and CurcrasATt Ex
rsxsb, and to Louisville on Saturday.
TOO, 8:10, 8:40, 8.20 a. m.; t40.4:45. 8:30, 1:11. 7:00,
7:1A 74,8:20, 10:00, to.05 and 11:45 p. m., dally.
All other trains dally, except Sunday.
Mo connection on Bunaar ror Hagentown.
Valley Branch, or for New York and Philadel
phia at 8:10 a, m. and 1:40 p. m.
for further Information aprily at the Baltimore
and Ohio ticket omees, Washington Station, and 5,
801 and 603 Pennsylvania avenue, and Mo. 011 Fif
teenth street N. W.. where orders will be Uken for
baggage to be cheered and received at any point In
THOS. B. SHARP,
Master of TraniporUttoa.
L. K. COLE, Oeneral Ticket Agent,
BKO. B. EOOMTZ. Beneral Agent.
QBE DOLIAB RATED.
CHEAP EATLBOADTICKET OITIOI,
Ballroad tickets bought or sold, to or from all
points, at a reduction upon any oOce or depot In
tojsclty-. Apply to it Si. D. WHITESIDE,
827 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. In the candy
store. Washington, D. O. Ial8-ly
1876. GREAT 187.
TO IBS ffOBIH, WEST AXD SOUTHWEST.
Double Track, Steel Balls, Splendid
Scenery, Hasniaceni Equipment.
OCTOB XB 8, 1878.
Trams leave Washington, from Depot, corner of
Blxta and B treet, aa follows: w""-ra
Tor Pittsburg and the West, 8 a. m.,r
aauy, witn i-anor car at Pittsburg;;
7'j d. m.. quit, wixn i-aiaee i:tr in
Chicago, and ll:a) a. m., dally except Sunday,
Baltimore & Potomac Ballroad.
Tor Canandalgua, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Tall
and the North, 8 a. m., dally, exeept Sunday; and
1:40 p. dally, except (Saturday, with Palace
Carat to Watkln. For Erie, Canandalgua, Buf
fiand Niagara Inn, Utfo a. a,, uajiyexeept
ForNewTorkand the East, 1:11a. m. and : p.
m., dally, with Palace Cars attached: Limited Ex
press of Pullman Parlor Car, : a. m., dally, ex
cept Scndsy. For ' "
Sew York and the East, 1:05 a. m. and 1:40 p. m
-Uot,ex,c?pJ.8a;5lT' "h Parlor Car attached
For Philadelphia, 8:06 a.m. and 1:40 p. m.. daily!
except Sunday, and 1:33 a. m. and 7 .-00 and :4U
Accommodation for Baltimore, 4:-D. m..'4aUr.
except Sunday. .f -ji
For rope' Creek Line, 721) a. a. and ta)D.m..
dally, except Sunday, T Pi
For Annapolis, a and 11 JO a, m. and ido pTau.
daily, exeept Bunday. ""
Alexanarla X IrederleiioBit K&llirar 0
Alexandria 6 WasMBloii Ballrod.
40, a, 0, aaa7rtp.-Bir-Oa Sunday- at a.'inl.l
V1XCT T)e XLa
FortheBOTrhrvuElchaOnniClSa. mldally. and
via Xynchhur: 7:11 a. m. ana jj.00 p. n. dally.
Trains leave Alexaauru for Waanington 0. 7. a. I.
10, 11 a. m.. 1, t, 4jm0and7pTiuTln8ttndaylt
7 and 10 a. m., and 6:03 p.m. ' "
accommodation can be procured at the oflteea:
Morthean correr of Thirteenth street andPenn
lylvanlar avenue, northeast corner of 81xth street
and PennsylvanU avenue, and at the depot, when
order can be left for the checking of baxranta
destination from hotel and residences. """ f
FRANK THOMSON. D..M. BOXT), Jr.
all-tf . Crea'l Manager. Uen'lPaaaengerArenL
-ASHINaTON AND OHIO EAILEOAD.
BUMMER ABRANeEMENT, BXOINNINB
. Y. imAVRIL 18,' 1875. 1
"V -.----. lJMUI. ikA&rif
PUJiu&i, jlLittSts AblUkAM.
D ILIA AND ROIIJJ11 HlLL-TTT
Leave Washington at 9 a. m. and 4 p. m., and
Alexandria at 1:10 a. m. and 4:10 p. m.; pass Lees
burg, going westward, at 113) a. m. and slSn. a.
and arrive at Bound Hill at 12m. and 7 p. m. Lear
Bound Hill at 5:2) a. m. 11:30 p. tn., pas Leesburr.
going eattward, at 8 a. m. and 1:10 p. m., and arrive
at Alexandria 8Uis.au and 3:Up. m.,-nd Waah-Inetonatld0a.m.andli30p.m.-
JiarFassengers from Washington will take-the
Washington and Ohio cars at the .Baltimore and
Potomac railroad station at 9 a. m. and 4 p. m.I and
CO through to Round Hill without change of cars.
The (:10 a.m. train from Alexandria and 11.30 p,
xo. train from Round lilll connect at RonndiUlli
with Harris' Dally Line of Coaches for Snlckera-TUle.BerrrrllleandWlnehefrsa.w1rSw-,m.vi.
Both Train. Westward make close'-eormectkm at
vusnawttn mason's Line of Stage for Fairfax
Court-Uoaae.- - j- - k - '
!agp - - '-Mjgg
eeneral Ticket Aimt,
THE USEFUL ARTS.
1 HOUSE SIQN AND OBNASIENTAli
ANfe QLAZIEB, - I-' j -S
Louisiana avenue, bet. Rlvrfc i,A Rnia4.-
mvvvuut pnuaym mfnnw lo.
TIN-PLATE AND SHEET-IRON
Work, Booting and, Bpoatlog. stoves 4and
E!PJ mt S we" prices. B. H. O. J1UD1S. ,
413 S Eleventh street northwest. All work war- I
ranted flrst-class. . - oclS-Sm
CIS 41 and 410 Fourteenta. Street.
BEPAIKINO la aUIti branttc.
All curtate left for repairs,. sUurnxft
or eoaxnls&lOB are lxu ared.
Auwuau ivi Aiicnisct a. Wit Ul j
Browne ft..) TWh fcTennc, Sew York.
A aixr-uru Aw w.-JJ-.., av r--.
, Awrilnfl3, Tents and'-FlaDS,
T. C ECo snn, Bin nul acttrr er,
No. 713 Market Bpace, between Berenh and Elxht ,
at2-tf streets northwest.
"W. O. I.YCETT.
BOOKBINDER AND PAPER-RULER,
No. 871 FennsylTanla aye.. bt. TeaUs
ana EleTeatH ats., Hoatts aiae,
AWBook eleirantlyor plainly bound. Periodicals
art Wrmwoiimvr eawafallv .ttAa1 tn.
WM . 'HEjSIEI$SOX,
OABFESTEB 151) BCUBXH,
BtaiiachnaetU Ave., Bet. Thirteenth
ana Fonrteemtti Btst.
IBealdence 1718 Tourteenth street northwest,!
All work KXt&ntrA mwnt w miA fkltnrnllv.
rUSTH'S PATENT (STEEL) SOLE AND
O UEKt, rROTCTOK&-Uke roar Boots and
bhoe lut twice as long, prevent slipping retain
KHape, Ac. For e&Ie everywhere, and toj the to
Ten tor, . 8. JUbTU. 19 1 Btreet northwest Good
lndacements offered to re-elera oclty-tf
S. M. FASSETT,
(TOBUXSLT OF CmCAQO,)
925 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
HALLIET AJTD BTUDI08 OrZK FSXZ TO ALL.
A. R. SHEPHERD & CO.,
1117 Pa. Ave. and 407 Twelfth St,
PITJMBKES, BTEAM aND GIB FITTERS,
AND DEALERS IN
Plumbers' and (Jm Fitters' materials,
Kantles, Chandeliers. Statuary,
Bansfes. Jnxasces. Jlcators, Ac.
alxTe E. SnxrnxnD.
JACQUES JOUVENAL'S ,
So. Ml D Street, near Lewis
Johnson tic Ce's Banal.
All MONUMENTS on hand sold at a great reduc
tion. AH new orders made by design of the latest
Srlea. The best workmanship and best ITAEIAS
ABBLE ruaranteed. ft
JJ 0 ULAXQBBIBjmANgAIBa:
The well-known and only Trench baker in Wash
ington, ha remoreorto-Mo. 2012 U street, between
Twentieth and Twenty-nrst streets, near Pennsyl
vania avenue, wh.re. In a house expresslr. built
for the purpose, he has greater facilities than before
for the manufacture of the best Erenchand Ameri
French Bread a specialty. Liberal term offered
to hotels and dealers.
M. B. French bread Is recommended for persons
of delicate health, especially for those suffering
CONFISEBIE PAEISIENNE. JEAN B.
GAUTUON. 80S I street northwest, between
Eighth and Ninth streets, manufacturer of Fine
French Cor feetlons. M. B. I guarantee my Can
dles to be pure and always fresh. Ureat variety.
Prices modi rate. . frA-lm
QOX.1THBIA BANK NOTE COMPANT.
So. BOS Pennsjlrala Arenaq,
WASHINGTON, I). a
W an prepared with every facility for
EiOBATKe aKO PBLVnife,
BANE NOTES, BONDS AND OOMJHEBCIAJ
WOEK OI-XVEEY KIND, (so.
W. H. PHrLrp, Peldent.
GEO. T. JONES, Vice President.
JOHNW. WATERS, BacreUry.
JOHN M. VAN BUSKIHX. Treasurer,
BBBB RRRR A DBDD T T " BSSS.
B B R R AA D D Y Y - B
B B R R AA D D Y T H
BBBB RRRR AAA D D YY , SSSB
B BR RAAD D T B
B BR R A AD D T J B B
BBBB B BA ADDDD T 85SB
National Portrait Gallery,
So. ess Pennsylvania Avenue, Bet.
Slxtb and Seventn Streets.
Mr. Braoy ha -the pleasure-er annffirnclnrtp bis
friend and the public that he ha returned to Wash
ington and reopened his gallery. He will be- aided
bv a corps of the best artiste, and will avail himself
01 all the recent lmprovem&nts In the photographic
art. , Mr. Brady will give hi personal attention to
hi patrons dally from a, so. Ull 8 p. so. .
WM. B. ENTWISLE.
Oor. FeossYlYania Avenus and Twelfth St.
SXALIS is rati
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
FANOT AND TOILET ABTIOLES,
Sponges, Brashes, Soaps, Perfumery, Etc
THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AT
THE INTERNATIONAL EXU1B1110N OF
WASsnraTOS, D. O.,)
- No. US F stbett aOETmvEgT, J
Noremher 9, 1878. )
Sealed proposals are hereby invited for the pur
chase and removal of the following buildings
erected by the United States Government-in con
nection with the International Exhibition, vis.:
1 1. The Government Building; at intersection of
Belmont and Fountain avnues,'ln Exhibition
Grounds, built of framed timber, with iron roof
truss; felt roof and glazed sides; In form cf Latin
wvbb, uii.iiib,uu aiaicc, v.v..w leek, irau-
sept, SOOilPO, feet: cupola, at intersection sur
mounted br lantcrnr whole -are a,'io2,8 10 square
feet. llullJlag to he sold u it stands, without
exhibits, shafting; or gas fixtures, railroad tracks.
fire-plugs, hose-apparatus or lightning rods, and
to he removed as. soon after February 1,1877, as
possible, suitable; for foundry, oar-shops, ice.
house, ke. Proposals will be received at No. 1731
"F" street, Washington, D. O., until S p. m. Jan
uary 15, 1877, when they will be opened and award
2. Hospital Building, north of above, sire sixsa
feet, and addition 40x14 feet, two stories high:
capacity, 24 hospital beds, with rooms for dlspen
sarr, offices, store-rooms, kitchen, ate. Tn be sold
as it stands and removed as swn after February
1, 1877, as possible. Suitable for' farm dwelling.
Proposals will be received, ss above." until 3 n, m
January 15, 1877.
3. Frame structure at corner Elm avenue and
Flfty.first street, to be removed by December 2S,
1878, all cellars, wells or other excavations to be
filled up and leveled otf by tbe purchaser on or
before that date. Proposals will be-recelved, as
above, until 3 p.m. November SO, 1878.
4. Frame structure on the encampment ground
Bear George's Hill. In. the Exhibition Ground?,
used as water closets; to be removed immediately
after sale. Proposals will be received, as above,
until 3 p. m, November so; 1878.- -
5. Frame building, with brick foundation tot
one boiler, used for the steam siren or fog-horn;
to be removed Immediately after sale. Proposals
will be received aa above until November. 39,
a"8 . ' .
-Each bid must be accompanied by aeertlfisl
check for 10pereent.oftheamount bid. th.ehMV
tO be forfeited to the Government In ..a w
bldderihall neifecf-orTeruse to complete the1
vwuj, wj iuu pajiuoos wikuui uveoaya alter
notice of acceptance of his bid, and no work of re
moval to be begun until full payment is made.
The Government reserves the right to reject all
Bids not deemed satisfactory.
" AH desired Information In respect to the Gov
ernment Building may be had upon application
to this Offlce,.or 'toLIEVT. HENET MET
CALFE, U. S. A at the Building itself; In re
5ard.to the Hospital Building- of ASST. SURG.
.J. WOODWARD, Army .Medical Museum,
Washlngtoii, D.-O; or. to J-BSTi. SURO. H. O.
YARROW, at the Building; In regard to the
Elm-avenue property sma water-closet; ofO APT.
JOHN F. BODUESS, Schuylkill Depot, Phila
delphia, Pa or ertlETJT. HENRY MET
OAXFE, as above: In regard to the Fog-horn
Building, of OEif. W. F. HEYNOLDS, Engl."
neer Fourth L. H. District, Philadelphia? t
AH bids to be indorsed on envelope, "Bid for
Government Building, International Exhibition.
No. 6," or for "Hospiul Building," Ete-'avenue
Building," or SWater-closets." or.'O'og.horn." as
,the case may be; and tabs addressed to "COL. 8.
G. LYFOBD, Chairman Board U. B. Executive
Depaitmenr; bu- :s-l.Y-yuKlV
rUrevt. Lt. OoL V. 8. Ah Ohairmaa of Board.,
, novi.fit . , 1 ,) ' ii u 1 ,
Wabziihotow AasxiAt-1 i
WAimsoTOir, D. (JM Oct. SO. 18T9. fl
Will be offered for sale at Publle Auction, at 10
o'clock a, jt, November . lTi atithl Arsenal,
a quantliy of Condemned Ulolhlng, consisting; of
nureat Coats, 3 Blouses, M Trousers, a Blan
ket.', SO yards dark blue Flannel, 12 yards sky
blue Kersey. . '
Terms, cash. F. WHYTE, '
oc27-it - Oaptala and O.tjTkJ
, JlBCSaTBCT, . ,
i U MBrclt BailaJiv.
J)UNCANSON BEOS,, AnetloUctri.
TTtCSTEES'SALEJir VM.VMVLV. 1MPEVRD
PROrERTV 0TsrXTSl TItKET hOPTU."
V'Ul, AJ1J Ur.Jl.rKEtT SOUT1HVEST
OH fcEVEMH 8TREBT KX ON NISTH
.. TlrTtrtue of two deeds of. trust, dated Cep
tfAbertj. 1873. and recordedr liber Ko .
ISZ folio-tji. and Marrb 6, 187, d recorded lu
'llner&o. 813. folio 2)3. etseq.,arsd at Uic re
quest of tnen.irtvured tberebr, wrwin offr for
sale, on WEIlDAy. It ovember St ISTS, at 4 p.
m.. In front of the premiss, part of lot, in Todd
anduiinell'ssuboLvlsun of square 1. KH.com
mieln;for the 'same at the northeast corner of
aali lot. and mimics: thence outh tlfteen 1.) feet
nine and one tbtrrt OS) Inches, thence wct oue
hundred and twent? (rii) leet, thence north dflceu
f IStfeet nine snit an. tlilnl 1V. In.he.. ihMu. ..l.
one hundred and twenty fisi feet to the place of
beclnnlna;, and ImprovKl by a three-.iory brick
rtwelllne:, situated oai Stxth street, between-Dand
E ttmts southwest.
And Immediately thereafter we will sell lot 31 and
the eastern part of lor sn. In square 2to-.S00.tald
eastern part of said lot 33 barlnp a front of tbrre
(S)fVeton south X street, and rnnnlnjc back with
the same width to the southern line ofsald lot and
the public alley, and improved by twotwo-sfry
and-a-balf and clxthstreets toathtrest.
On T1IURSDAT. Jt'ovember "n, 137S. at 4 o'clock
p. m., wewlll sell part of lotril. -quare41. bejrla
nlnitfortbesameatapolntonine line of tterentn
street we.t, twenty feet north froo the southeast
corner of said lot is, and tbeuce rnnnlnir nortli
along said street twenty feet and fear and a half
jBcbes: thence west one hundred-feet to, the rear
line oTrfild lot; thence south twenty reel and four
and a batf IncVes. and thence cait one hundred feet
to the place of beg-lnnlnjr. Improved by a three-sfo-y '
brick dwelling?! situated on eeventlntreet, between
It -and 8 streets north wet. . j
And Immediately thereafter, all that piece and
parcel of ground known as part of-lot -14. in square
2 o. Set. befrlnnlns; for tb sa tne at a potot on N lnth
street forty (40) feet-soathof the northeast corner of
said square SM, and running south twenty (29) feet
wltbtneIlneofHlnthslreet.lthenccwest one hun
dred (iro) feet to original lot 13, theneenorth twenty
(70) feet, and thence east one hundred (too) feet to
tne place of beglnnlnr. This lot is stttrated on
It lnth street, between Rhode Island aveuue andR
Terms of sale: Onethlrd cash, and balance- pey
ablein six, twelve ana elahteeu mjr.thsv with in
terest at 8 percent, from day of sale, to be secured
byadeedof trut. If the terms of 6ale are not
compiled, with within are days, the trustee re
serve the right to resell the propert) at the rid and
cost or the defaulting purchaser. A deposit of
fiw.muBiniBimion eaca sale. uonvtyancin&
Ac." at purchaser'scosr.
JtttKPH E. EDSOSf, t ,.
THOMAS HYDE, ' 'Trn,tee
SHERMAN A- ITAWDT. Auctioneer.
at. Cloud Bulldlncr,
TRUSTEE'S BALE OFVALTJABT.E REAL ES
TATE SITU ATFDON P8TBKET. BETW-EEX
TWENTY FIRT AND TWENtl'-SECOMD
STREETS NORTHW EST.
xy vtrtne 01 a cttn ot irut to me, aatea
August 7, A. D. 1873, and duly Tecordetn
Liber No. 773, rolio 19, one of the land re
cords for Washington county. District of
Columbia, and at the reonest of the narrr se-
cured therebv. 1. as trash,, will sell at nublln &ur-
tton. In front of tbe premises, on. IIONDAY, tne
6th day of November, IS78, at 5 o'clock d. m., all
th't piece or parcel of ground known, and dlstin
gulsbedaslot lettered "A," In Maria Swann's re
corded sub-division of oristnal lot numbered thlr-
1 ieen.(13,)insouareslxty;lght, (SS,)In. the dtyof
I Washington, District of Columbia, beginning for
I tbe same at the northeast corner of said lot thirteen.
(iz,onl street nortnwest, and running sontnon
the line or said lot sixty-seven (7) feet nine (9)
lncbes, thence west fifteen (15) feet, thence north on
parallel line wrh line of said lot thirteen (13)lxty
seven (07) feet nine (9) Inches to P street, thence east
fifteen (15) feet to the place of beglnnln;, contain
ing LOU square feet, more or le.
Terms of sale: One hundred and twenty-tbrre dol
lars and nineteen cents, with interest at the rate of
ten per cent-. per annum from August 8. UTS, and
expenses or sale In cash; the balance at twelve (11)
momhs. for which the note of the purcba&er. bear
ing Interest from the day of sale, and s cured-by
deed of trust upon tbe property sold, will betaken.
A deposit of f 100 will be reanlred of the purchaser
at the time of sale, and all conreyanclns.wHl be at
the expense of.be purchaser.
If terms of sale are not compiled wlthwtthta seven
(7) days tbe trustee reserves tbe right to resell the
property at the risk and cost ot the defaulting pur
chaser, ueo. w.stickney;
ocl7-TuThS4ds Surviving Trustee.
-tO-THE ABOVE SALE IS rOSTPOKED UN
tll SATURDAY. Motember 11. 18TA at 4 o'clock
p. m. UEO. V. elTICKNEY.
novT-TuTuSSt Surviving Trustee.
"C"j J. SWEET, Auctioneers
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A TWO-STOTiY, FRAME
STOKE AND DWKLL1NR ON THE NORTH
EAST CORN EB OF TENTH AMD I rfTEEETS
AUi. Ill J A& I.
By virtue or a deed or trust, dated October
9, A. D. 1875. duly recorded tn-Llber-No. 795.
rouo Sis one or tue land records ror tne Dis
trict of Columbia, and at the reflcrvtof thj
party secured thereby, we wlll.aell atnubllc anc
ilon.ln front of the premises, on FKIDAY. No
vember 17, 1575, at 4-30 o'clock p. m., the lollowlng
described real estate, situate In tbe city or Waa
Ington. District of Columbia, to wit: All that piece
or parcel of ground known and distinguished as
and being the wes tern partof lot thrce.(3,Hn squire
numbend nine hundred and nrty-nen, l7.)
fronting sixteen (IS) feet on north L street, by a
depth of ninety CO) feet on Tenth street eit, to
gether with the improvement. Ac.
Terms of sale: Onerovrthlncash, and the ba'Ance
In six. twelve and eighteen months, with lntirrst
at eight per cent, per annum, secared-by a deed of
trust on the property sold, or alLcash. at option
of the purchaser. A deposit of lloa required at the
lime of sale: and all conveyancing at purcnastr's
"KAIMASD H. WARMER,,, ,.M
(iFORUE W. BT1CKNEY,
nov6-MWFA-ds - ..
OHIRBAK & Tl AN TAT, AnetloneersJ.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF REAL ESTATE SITU
ATED OS ALLEY BETWEEN FIFTEENTH
AND SIXTEEJ,TH AND L AND M STREETS
uy virtue or a deed or trust to us. dated
Jovember 5, A. D. 1S72. and duly recorded
la Liber No. TOO, folio 140, one of the land
records for Washington county. District of
Columbia, and at the reouest of the narrr
Bccureu uicreuy, we, as trusters, will sen at puDllc
auctMn.lnfrontof the premise on WEDNESDAY,
the 3th day of November, lS7t,at 4.30 o'clock p.
m., all that part or lot of ground numbered four
teen (14. ) tn square number one hnndreirand ninety
eight, (198.) as tne same Is described on tne plat of
tots and squares in the city of Washington and
District of Columbia, described as follow:. Begin
ning for the same at a point oue hundred and one
feet south from t&e northeast- corner of said lot,
tbence running somh fortv-five r4Sl feet eleven ml
Inches to a SO-fbot alley, thence west along the line
ty-flve(45)reet eleven Inches, thence cast twenty
five (13) feet, to the place of beginning.
Terms of sale: 8232, with Interest at the rate of
ten per centum per annum from November 8. 1875,
less f!0T recUreu on account, and expenses of sale In
easht-tne balance at six and twelve months, for
wblch the note of the purchaser, bearing interest
from day of salt, and secured by decs' of trust upon
tbe preperty sold, will be Uken. A deposit of 130
will be required of the purchaser at the time of sale,
and all conveyancing will be at tbe expense of the
purchaser. Ir terms of sale are not compiled with
within seven (7) days from day of sale, the trustees
reserve the right to resell the property at the risk
and cost of the defaulting purchaser.
oeo'.w.'stickneV. j Trustee3'
"D H. WAB5GE, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE Of"yALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE ON HOWARD AVFMUE.
BARKY FAKM SUBDIVISION, COUTY OF
tf AOAAAlUT AVS.I(. AS,
i7 Yirmeui auecuui iru-no vu.iei u,
lUton aad myself, dat-d April 27. A t.
ia.i, miia amy recoraea in xioero. uu,
folio 27B. one of the lnd record j fbr IVasli-
ak Ington county, D. C., ana at the reqaest of
the party secured thereby; I, as BurvlTlng trustee.
LU VUCT IOr K31C, ID IfTJUs 171 VQC prcQlASS. kl 1UU
o'clock p. m.. on MONDAY, tbe 13ttx day of o
Tembf rv I87t5,all that certain plec or parcel of land,
lying and being In said county of Washington, and
bclniTpanof a tract called 3alnt Ellntxth,' and
known and designated as lot numbered six (8) In
section numbered nine (9) In the subdivision made
by Messrs. Pomcroy, Elrans and Howard as trustees
of Barry Farm, according to tbe plat thereof os file
tn the office of the Surreyor or sold WashlnRton
county, the said lot number six (6 containing one
acre of land.
Terms of sale: 565 with Interest at the rate of ten
per centum per annum from April 27, 1971, less S3)
received on account, and expenses of sale In cash,
the balance In six and twelve months, for which
the notes of the purchaser oearlng interest from tbe
day of sale, and secured by deed of trust upon the
property, will be taken. A deposit of f 100 will be
required at the time of sale. All conveyancing to
be at the cost of the pnrchaser. In case the terms of
sale are not complied with within seven (7) days, the
trustee reserves the right to resell the property at
the rtst and cost of the defaulting purchas-.
ux.Ua.uii. w. &AHjiYr,x,
fplhanoert sale of lots, improved
Kj by two frame houses, on south m
uyvirtueora decree passed by the Supreme
fwsa court or tbe District or Columbia In equity
CM cause o. T. docket 15. wewlll sell at nubile
I cause o. ST83, docket IS, we will sell at
auction, on the premises, on SATURDAY, the
llth day of November, 1176, at 4.30 -o'clock p. m.,
those lots of-grnnad .nslgnst4 upon the plan of
W ashlngton city as lot numbered six () and seven,
(7,) In Small's subdivision' or square numbered
eight hundred and twenty-eight, (13,) together
with tbe Improvements.
Terms or sale prescribed by decree: One third
cash: balance Id equal Installments In six (S) and
twelve (11) months, for which notes or purchaser,
bearlDsr el.nt per cent. Interest from date nntll
paid, and secured by deed or trust upon property
sold will be taken. All conveyancing and record
ing at cost of purchaser. If terms are not compiled
with !n five day from time or sale the property will
he resold at the rlskand'costor defaulting pur
chaser. Adeposltf100wUlbercqulredattlme of
aale. SIDNEY T. THOMAS,Tmstee,
HZ Louisiana avenue.
EDWARD C. CABRlNaTON.Trustee.
B.H.WAHN ER,Auct. 411 Louisiana avenue.
T T WOBMIXY, Auctioneer.
LTKUSTEES' SALE OF.VAtTJABLE EEAJ.
P"' Estate, situated in potouac city.
DloU ilUTV'.t'VLUttim A.
1,.M lT a rlMitAf ..Hat .a ... A. ..J
October T, A. IV'SP, and duly recorded tu
Liner no. KQft. rniin 'sj. -one or ine land
record for Washington couuIV, District or
secured therebr. we.
lie anctlon. In front
vai, uic duui uay 01 novemoer, t7B, at 4.S0
o'clock s.m., tbe followlngHleserlbed real estate,
situate Is the county or Washington. District of
Columbia, to wit: Lot numbered twenty, BJ.) In
section numbered two, (t,) In the subdlvlilou of
ItarryFarm, a made by 8. C. Pomeroy. J. B.
Elrans and O. O. Howard, trustees. .
Terms orsale: One hundred dollar, with Inter
est at the rate of ten per centum per annum rrom
October". 1871, and expenses or aale in cash; tbe
balance at lx and twelve months, for which the
note ofthe purchaser, bearing Interest from the
dayofsale, and secured by deed of trust upon the
roperty sold, must be given. A deposit of UD will
enquired of the purehaser at the time or sale, and
all conveyancing will be at the expense of the pur
chaser. If teinis ufisaiie ate not compiled with
within seven (7) day Ibe trustees reserve the right
to resell the property at the risk and cost of the de-'
faulting purchaser. , t
B JNd. W. ALVORD. lmra.i.,j '
,T7 J. SWEET,
Real Estate Auctioneer
TEUSTEE'S SALE OF BBICK DWELLING
o. iis.rtti.r-t Miitt.r, jitiwKS.'i oitTH
CAPITOL AND .F1B3T STBEETS NORTH
WEST. - '
Br vertue ofa deed of trust to us.datad June
I IS, A. D, IS'1, and. duly recorded In Liber No.
m, touo 17. oneot tntiana reconuror the
District of Colnmbla. and at the reaneit ef the
ft rty secured thereby, wewlll seUAt nubUaanc
lou. In, front of tbe jnremlscson TIIOBSDAY,
lovembeT9( A. D. 1878, at-i:S vclock-p. m.. the
Washington, D.C.towlt: All ot lot numbered
sixty-four. (M, ) In Shepherd' recorded subdivision
or square numbered six, hundred and tnenty-tatree,
(623, ) wltb the improvements.
Terms ofsale: One third cash, and the balance In
six, twelve and eighteen months, with interest at
eldht percent; per annum from day of sale to be
secured by deed of trustontbepropertysold. If the
terms ofsale are not eomnlled with lu are days after
sale, the -Trustees, reserve the right to resell the
property at the risk and cost or the defaulting pur
chaser. A deposit offUO will be required at time of
sale. Cottveyanclhgat purchaser's cost..
F11ED;W. JONES. It,..
JOSEPH B. EOSON, Trustee.
oc&-WFHftdi E. i. SWEET, Auctioneer.
MjfyjjtTEIVS' SALE OF VALUABLE
m. .yrk vt vAirif.ff.L'i.11 .t w.. 4.
ir.., ai.. - jr.--.z:.:T-'r' ...
ByTirtev,T"iry lis; IO ."jo'"!1
Jaton. dVlei J. H-e Hi !? d "lr rei
k carded in l.IWT i '
, folio 148, one of the
Mlhrmmi nrth. district of Columbia.
Vj ri pndera decree of v-,fnPTnne Court or
the Driit nl CommMa In tra? eu No.4,fflr
docket VL htveen- JoHSA. J.CrOeil Ct aL and
JIsrrA. CiMwell. et ad. I will aC". at public
acftlnn In fr.nt f thi..rent1ea. on H.vTUEilAl.
"Sov.mberll, A. IjL 1S7S. at 430 o'clock -fit p., the
imiowin? uescf sea nai estates annate in wc citr
of WajhlnrtorA D. C. to wit: Lot nnmwere
twenty CO, ) in square numbered fwo hundred And
elgill clw.) accorrtlnr to riant ami Biggs' ol-
dlrlltAn therenf. J
Terms: 1339.3 sue? expense orsaleMrr rash, bal
ance in six. twelve a3d eighteen raonths. for which
the notti of the pure-ttaier. beariag interest from
the rfirrf mI. ,nft bm4 . i -il 1,v ri.fwf nf mw M
I the property, will be tafecn. A depmtt ofjtco will
De requireaor tne parrneser ai tne tirae orsatc, aaa
all eonveva'aelng will be at the cot of the pea-.
chaser. Terms oraale to 3e comnllej with wtttrln
seven (71 day, otherwise the trustee ttserves tlev
right to rexUtne propertvat the-risk aid. cost cf -the
defaultlsgnrchaser artex Ote days' nolle.
JNO. H. COOK, Trustee.
nol-WFJIAds 3. T.-WORHLEi. Auetftmeer.
TRUSTEE'S" SAEE OF VAMJABLB JM.
FKOVED J'KOFERTY, FBONTlNtl OX
TlVEhTlETH STltEET.BKTVTKeX S
AM BOUriDAEY SrKtETS ItOBIll
a By virtue of a deed of trust to Daniel J..
Eaton, dated May 31. A. D. 1971. and dnry
recorded In Liner No. 613, follO'SS, one or the
land records for the District or Columbia, and
nnder a decree of the Supreme Court of tbe District
or Columbia. In equity cause No. -1,567. docket it.
between John A. J. Creswell et al.and Charles -W.
Uavenner et aL. I wm sell at publ auction.
In .front of the premises on.FRlDAY. Novem
ber io.a.D. Is7t,af tao aelock p.m.. the roilowlng
deserlbed real estate, situate rn thpHtvnfTVA.htn-
ton.D O., towltt-AU thatcertatn piece or parcel-
w 1BUU U IUG VA.SB nu-UKMJU fcUDwa 1U U.-.
scnoeo.as part orvjuare numoer ninety (901 con
tained within' the following metes and bounds, viz:
Beginning at a point on the west side of Twentletn
street wist seventy-six feet six Inches north or the
northwest corner formed by the Intersection of
Twentieth street west with north S street, tbence
west ninety feet, thence north parallel to Twectietb
street west nineteen feet six Inches, thence east
parallel to first line ninety feet to Twentieth street,
tbence to the place of beginning. .
Terms: One third casn;baiaoce In six and twelve
months, with Interest at elgbt percent, per annum
from tbe day of sale, for which notes, secured by a
deed of-trust upon the property sold. must be
given. A deposit of 1100 will be required of tUe
purchaser at the time of sale. All eonreyanc'ng at
cost of tbe purchaser. It terms of sale are not cons-
Slled wltbwllhln seven (7) days, the trnsteereserves
ie- right to resell the property at the risk and
cot ox the defaulting purchaser, after fire days
JJfO. n. COOK. Trustee.
.. -..o , J- T 'WOB1ILEY.
ocll-TnThgjrds - Auctioneer.
"Y-OPMB A aUPDLETOS, AnctT "
TRUSTEES' SALE OFDESIRABT.ElMrnOVED
FKOFUltTY ON THE --OUTnEAST CORN' It
OF SEVLNTII-STKEET ROAD AND TKCM
BULL STREET, JUST BEIOND BOUNDARY
By virtue or a deed or trust dated July
20. A- II. 1371. dalv recorded In I.ltor Na.
731, folio 373, one of the land records for
the DUtrlrt of Cnln-nhlj.. .-it t thn t-pnnp.
v. mc sianr wcurv" lacreoy. we win sen
at public auction. In front of the premises, on
SATURDAY, ovembr u. 1J7S, at 5 o'clock p.
sa., uie io--owing aescnoeu real esute. situate in
the county-oi Washington, District of Columbia,
tottlt: Being known and de-rlbed as lot numbered
one, (1,) In block two (7) of tbe snbdlvMon of John
A. SmlUTsfarm. asmade by tbe Howard Univer
sity, together with tbe Improvements, consisting of
a one-story brick building, Ac. except the south
one-third of said lot, which has heretofore been re
leased. Term.: One fourth In cash, ami the balance In
six. twelve and eighteen months, with Interest at
tight per cent, per annum, secured by a deed of
trust on the property sold, or all cash at the option
of tbe purcha'er. A deposit ol two required at time
of sal, and all conveyancing at purchaser cost.
Terms to be com oiled with In stven days.
BI-ALNARD H. WARNER, T,n.t.
BUI. IV. STICKNEY. TlUitees.
Yol7xo MIDDI.ETOX, Ancll.
TRUBTFES' SALE OF A NEAT TWO-STORY
HCAJlt UWALMSII ON THE WEST SIDE
OF TENTH STREETjBETWEEN V AND
IV STREETS NORTHWEST, "xi-,
bj virtue or a deed or trust, dated JIarch 1.
A. D. 1B7S. dulv recorded In liber No. all. folia
tiA, one of the land records for the District of
Columbia, and at the renuit nf the ruirt-v ...
cuituuicreu), .e nw sen nc puuiic aoctluu, in
front or tbe premises, on UATUKD AY. November
11. 1SC3. at 1.3u o'clock p. m . tbe following described
real estate, situate In the city of Washington. Dls
trlctorColumbla. towlt: All that piece or parcel
or ground known and described as lot numbered
twenty-three, (a.) in John U.Adams' subdivision
or square numbered three hundred and thirty-one.
(331,) as recorded September 9, ISM. lathe omce of
tbe surveyor of said city. In liber IS, folio 133, to
getherwfth tho ImDrovements, Ac.
Terms: One fourth In cash, and the balance at
six, twelve and eighteen months, with Interest at
eight percent, per annum, secured, by a deed or
trust on the property sold, or all rash at option of
tbe purchaser. A deposit of iioo required of the
purchaser at time of sale, andall conveyancing at
purchaser's cost. Terms to be compiled with li
BI5A1NARD II. WARNER, lT..,
CHARLES C. OLOVER, 'Trustees.
"T5 XT. WABXEB, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' 5 ALE OIVA DEMRABLE BUILD
IN!. LOT ON THE NOKTH SIDE OK W
STltEET. BETWl.EN'FOaRTFENTII STREEr
AND .VEir UAMl-SIUKE AVENUE.
A. D. 1875. duly recorded In Liber No.77.
folio , one ot the land records ror the Dis
trict or Columbia, and at the xeouest of tha
part v secured therebv. we will sell mt nnhlli.
auction. In front of the Dremlses. on SATURDAY.
November 11. 1578, at 1.30 o'clock p. m.. all that
piece or parcel, of ground sltuato In tbe city of
Washington, District of Columbia, known and dis
tinguished as and being lot numbered eight, (S,)ln
William Murphy's recorded subdivision of square
numbeied two hundred and two, (202.) fronting
twenty (3)) feet on TV street, by a depth of ninety
(SOI feet, to an alley.
Terms: loco. with. Interest at eight per cent, per
annum on ajTSirom July 17ies,and on (IS from
July 17, 187. to day of sate, and expense or sale In
cash, and the balance In twelve months, wltb Inter,.
est at six percent., secured by a deed of trust on
the property sold. A deposit of lira required at the
time ofsale, and all conveyancing at purchaser's
cost. Terms to be compiled with lu seven days.
J. JCVALE. iTrn.te.
J. J. VAN HORN. Trustees.
. J. T. COLDNV ELL, talesman.
J. SWEET, Anctloneer.
TRUSTEES 8ALE OF A 'NEAT TWO-STORY
MUCK DWELLING OV THE SOUTH SIDE
OF I STREET. BETWEEN THIRTEENTH
AND FOURTEENTH hTRFETS NOBTHEAST,
AND A DESIRABLE LOT. WITH SMALL
FRAME BUILDING, ON THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF ELEVENTH AND E STREETS
urvirtueoraaeedortrust. dated April H.
A. D. 1S7A. dnll recorded In I Iher Sn.M
folio 110, et seq., one of the lands-records ror
the DUtrlrt AT HAlnmhl .nit f tn. mi.h! aC
the party secured thereby, we will eeliat public
.uruun, m tnrni oi tac premises, on tv tun ac
DAY, NpvemberU, 1S78, the rmiowlng described
real estate and premises, situated. Ivlng and being
In the city of Washington. District of Columbia, to
wttt At I o'clock p. m., all that certain piece or
psreel of land known and designated as lot num
bered fifty-live. (,) in Wollard' subdivision of
oti numbered thirty-two (32) to thirty-tight, (W.)
and part of lot numered thirty-one, (31.) In Mich
ler'sshbdlvlslonofequare numbered ten hundred
and twenty-six, (10M,) together with tbe lmorove
menu, Ac. Auto, atto'clockp.in., all that piece or
rarcel or ground known and designated as part or
snnare numbered three hundred and nine. ranJL bp-
gtnnlug for the same at the northeast corner ofsald
square, tbence tooth along the line of Eleventh
treet west forty-(40) feet, thence west sixty-eight
(68) feet and three (1) Inches, thence north forty (to)
fttt, and tbence east to tbe place or beginning, to
gether with tbe Improvement. Ac.
Terms : One fourth cash, and the balance at six.
twelve and eighteen months, with Interest at eight
per cent- cer annum, secured by a deed of trust on
tbe property sold, or all cash, utth. option ofthe
purchaser. A deposit ofJlOu will be required on
each lot at the time of sale, and all conveyancing
at purchaser's cost. Tenns'lo be compiled with la
"BRAINARD H. WARNER, I -..,
CHARLES C. GLOVER, f TrateM-
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
LOOK OUT FOB THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL
Dividend to members InO ASH, as their premiums
fall due. Over s,ooo,oco hare been returned to
members during the last tbtrty.two-years.
Begin the new year to Insure.
ALL I'OLIOIES protected from forfeiture br
Solicitors wanted: liberal terms made to parties
having lapsed policies.
!?. B. CLARKE, General Agent,
No. 607 Seventh .treet.
Also, Agent for the Dwelling House Flrelnsur-
ance Company of Boston.
NEW TORK HIE KS1MCE C01IPAM
can learn aome Interesting and confldent!al,lnronn
atton, important to them, concerning that com
pany by sending their names, -address, numberof
policies and amounts of Insurance to INVESTI
GATOR, Lock Box MT1, New York City Post Office.
OFFICE OF THE 31UTCAI, FBOTXC
TION-FIBI lNSUBASCE COHPANY OF'
THE D1STBICT OF COLUMBIA,
(Chartered hy act of Congress.)
15Q Fenn. T., ops Vt Us Xreainry,
OEOBOE TAYLOR. President. ,
w. WM. BALLANTYNEVVlee President
JAMES E. FITCH, Uecreury and Treasurer.,
OEOBGE TATLOE, WM. BALLANTYNE.
CHAS. F. PECK, JOSEPH CASEY,
JOHN O. HABKNESS. JOHN T. GIVEN,
J- "".Sta H.SiVltLE?011111
The above company Issue policies of lnsurance-
on most favorable term. Pamphlets containing
the act of incorporation and by-laws furnished on
JAKES E. FITCH, ,
ocl2-lm Secretary and Treasurers
INSURE I0UR PBOPERTI
0r WUHlw8T0N -aNfl-QEORGETOWN,-OflceNo.
Lover Bank or Washington." 3 .
. r r - " I
CHABTEBED BY CONGRESS IICX.
i-apiiai, san,au surpiu, aiuo,i
JAMES. ADAMS. C. W. HdWAHD:
' ' President. Seeretftrr.
a . 4
A. A. Wilson,
Jos. Bed fern.
T. Ed. rtark.
W. J. Wilson.
1 T. B. CrosJ
. Thoa-Parker. "
W. E. Howard,
G. W. Cropteyi; Georgetown. j
Personal Property Insured"aud Banders' Bisk
sepS-tm taken at the lowest rate. . -
mitt- n asaiugHiir.
WM.'F. L:UTZ, f
EAIJi, RIBB8H STAKE'S AJTB
nBrrma; widbihgand . "-
. J V- V INVITATION OAXDt
BOLD ABO BTLVEB PLATTNB ,
AU-Iy . lealENHflYLVAHIAAYKnrS
rwlart) Purl. I CO S
y-M. HARNER, ter.Tth and r Sti,
WEhrf" TZAXV-i"Jh't "BEET OETU.
JSItJrf V ,.d!l2f ,nut. d'eil De
riSfvrf1! A,..U--,5:a Wl worded In
Libera of. TOtl- ril It Tr. , f ,).s,. ., --.i.
?.l,iP?r,TKc?rJ,.,,llPbr. I"U " at nubile
lIiJDrJft?Diof.,"e .Premise, on TUESDAY.
AoTtmbera. istb. at 4 o'cl.1: p. m.. all that lot or
ground situate In the dry of Waj-lilngton. District
'!! ''. fltl eastwardly from tlie northwestern
corner or said lot; thence running et eighteen (Hi
thence-west eight (S feet seven anil a half (7'i)
Inches' Iheace south to south llneofsalil lot: thenco
west utnr(9feet fourand a half (U) lnrt.t-j: thence
north to e place of be-rlualug. together with the
Term will Se made known at tlmeofsale.
. . E. A. MclNTH.-E Trustee.
navg-lrsadi JlT, COLD WELL, balram-m.
ESTEBN IKABKET STALLS.'
XCvcIfrt-vTB tflvw. v -.
IBTEICT Or COt-UMBU, f
. TYASni-CQKZl. ltC.. Nov. 7. M78
, ylee Is hereby given that rlgh-ti-- lo occupy stalls
IO the sew Western Harkeftictldlags, southeast
epraeror K: and TwerAy-Hrst streets nortlitrest.
ashlngton city, will be sold at public anctlon In
said bonding, tic sale to Serin on VED-!SD at.
theism day of Noves,ueT.ls7-!,atSo'clock luthe
afternoon, and to contlnre. unless ttherwise or
dered, at the same hour-frsm U j- to-aay until all
are disponed or-
rcrrparaemlars sec circular to be hatlatfbe ofSce
ofThos.-Stvrtowman, Inspector ofbnUillngs ofthe
Bi'ordsrot" the Commissioners P.-C.t
- .,. . ' '" IfDXIE.
. ileatenant.Englneer,.U; S-. A.,
- no,-Ct Engineer or D. C.
Q.EO. W.3riCKJ.EJ, AnctTbBwr,
TRT8TKE8' SALE OF A TWO-STORY AND
WANSAHD ROOF BKlCrCWlTH BAKJtfirvr
DtZliLINB. OX TUK SOUTH SlOE On
TB.ET- OB11IEST. BET1V BEN FIRST
cTOLESTBEET. WE3rAJ,U KTC-1-
aBy virtue ofa deed or trust, dated JhaeK,
A. D. 1S7J,-- daiy recorded Tn Llbcr No. 8
folio Kk one of the land records for the Dis
trict of Columbia, and at the request of tbe
party st cured thereby, we will sell at public-auction,
in front of the premises, on ilOSDAY. o
vcmberSO, 1S78, aH.m o'clock p. m., the following
described real estate In the city of Washington,
District of Columbia, to wit: All that ptec.orpr
cel Of eroumL known and dl&tlni?al.hed cm th. nl.r
-or plan of said city a lot lettered "B" tn J. w..
oaiers suouivision'ot pan or square numnerea
six hundred and twenty-three. (U3. 1 together with
tbe Improvements. Ac:, subject to a prior tncnni
branceof about 1ASC0, which will be nude knownat
time of sale.
T erms: One third cash, and the balance at six and
twelve months, with Interest at eight per cent, per
annum, secured by a deed of trut on the property
sold.'orallcashat the option .r the purchaser. A
deposit of f too required at the tljio or sale, and all
conveyancing at purchaser's cost. Terms to be
compiled with In seven dajs. otherwise the trustees
reserve tbe right to risen the property at the risk
and cost of tbe defaulting purchaser, after five
BRAIN ARD H. WVRNER, It ,,
CHARLLS E. PRENTISS. Tra-tees,
"T XT. WARMS, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' PALE OF A NEAT TWO-STORY
FBAME DWELLING. WITH MAN3VRD
BOOK. ON HIGH STREET. NEAR HOWAIiD
UNIVERSITY, IN' THE COUNTY OF WASH
INGTON. D. C. .
a By virtue or a deed of trust, dated Feb
ruary Z7, A. D. 1873, ctuly recorded la Liber
No. 711. folio 63, one of the land records for
tbe District of Columbia, and at the request
or the party secured thereby, w will sell at pub
lic auction. In front of th premises on WEDN ES
D AY, November 15. 17S. at 4-ao o'clock p. m..
tbefollowlng described real estate, situate lit tbe
euntv of Washington, District or Columbia, to
wit: The west half or let numbered eight () In
block numbered twenty-three, P3.I la the Howard
University subdivision or the farm of John A.
Smith, as recorded In the surveyor's offlce or Wash
ington county, D. C, together with tbe Improve
Terms: One fifth In cash, and tbe balance at one.
two, three and four years, with Interest at 8 per
cent, per annum, secured hy a deed of trust on the
property sold, or all cash, at option of the pur
chaser. A deposit or sioo required at tbe time or
sale, and all conveyancing at purchaser's co.t.
11 terms or sale are not compiled with In set en
days, the trustees reserve the rlghr to resell the
piopertyat the risk and cost of the defaulting pur
chaser, after five days' advertlMjment.
WILLIAM F. MATTINOLY.l -i-,,..,
CHARLES E. 1'BENTlsS, I Trustees.
.-. . J. T. COLDWELL,
CXCANSOSr BBOS., Aactloneera.
TRUSTEES' 8ALE OF VALUABLE IMTROVED
PROPERTY ON THE EAST SIOEOFSEV-FNTH-STREETEOAD,
NEAR THE SCHUET
uy- virtue or a deed or trust, datej April 3k
A. D. 1376. dnlv recorded In liner- Vl ait fnlln
ZB. one ofthe land records for the District or
' Columbia, and a the reanpst of thf-rurtv m
cured thereby, we will sell at public auction In front
of tbe premises, on TUESDAY. November it, 1376.
at 1 o'clock p. m., tbe following described real
estate, sltusta In the eountv or Washington. Dis
trict or Columbia, towlt: All that piece or parcel
or land lying on tbe east tide of the Seventh-street
road and north or tie "Howard University;" be
ing part or the firm formerly owned br John A.
Smith, and being the sonthhalfofa two (1) acre
lot (comprised or part or lots two (2) and three (3)
In the partition between the heirs or Robert Peter, )
conveyed by the aald John A. Smith and wife to
John Baaersmlth by deed dated September i. A. D.
1361, and recorded in Llbcr It. M. 11 11, rolio 3
together wltb the Improvements, consisting of a
two-story brick dwelling. Ac
lerms: One third in cash, and the balance at six.
twelve and eighteen months, with interest at 8 per
cent, per annum, secured by a deed or trust on the
property soCd. or all cash, at tbe option or thenur
chaser. A arposlt of 1100 will be required or the
purchaser at the time or sale, and all conveyancing
at purchaser's cost. Terms to be compiled with tn
seven days, otherwise the trustees reserve the right
to resell the propertyat the risk and cost or the de
faulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement,
HENRY STBASBUBGEB. lTro-,
BBAINARD H. WARliAR, Trustees.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE REAt.
FSTATE IN THE CITY OF WASHING
TON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
a Bv virtue of a decree of tbe Supreme Court
of the District or Columbia, passed In equity
cause numbered 4111, Freedman's Savlng.and
Trust Company vs. Robert Williams and
others, the undersigned, as trustee, will sell on
FRIDAY-, the 10th day of November. A. D. 1376, at
1 o'clock p. m.. at public auction. In front of the
premises, all those piece or parcels of gTouud
lying and being In the city or Washington and Dis
trict of Columbia, and known and described as all
tbatpart of lot numbered six (6) In Douglasand
Rice's subdivision of square five hundred and
sixty, (560,) fronting fifty-eight (19) feet ou K street
northwest, and extending hack on slid lot one
hundred and seventy-five (175) feet and two(l)
Inches, being all or said lot six, (8.) except that
portion released and conveyed by Daniel L. Eaton
to J. Madison Cutis et aL by deed or releae made
December 28. 1871, and recorded In Liber 63, folio
377, of the laud records ror said District or Columbia:
and also all or lots numbered twenty-one (II) and
twenty-two, (22. ) In square numbered five hundred
and sixty-two, (562. ) In said city, as the same are de
scribed in a deed of H. O. Fant to Adele Williams
and recorded In the land records for a Ud city and
District, excentlu g, however, the i astern twenty
five (23) feet ofsald lot twenty-two, (2.) which has
heretofore been conveyed to Mrs. LonUa Lusby,
with the Improvements, rights, privileges and ap
purtenances to tbe same belonging.
Terms of sale are as follows, to vlt: Ore third of
the purchase money .to be paid In cash wltMn five
days from the dav of sale, and the balance taereof
shall be paid In three equal Installments In six,
twelve and eighteen months from the day or sale,
with Interest on deferred payments from the day or
sale. One hundred dollars In cash will be required
to oe paid on each parcel at the time the same shall
hare been knocked down to the purchaser, and aU
con vevanelng must be paid br the purehaser.
B. IT. WARNER, AUCt. ENOCH TOTTEN".
THIS BEMABKABEE NOVEL,
BY GEORGE ELIOT.
l'EICE OXLT FORTY CENTS.
PUBLISHED AND FOE SALE AT
Corner Fonx.and.st.bair street and
Pennaylvanlm avenue. no7-tf
rTHJBKISTAS. "I1Y EUGENE SCHOY-
-a- lbk, American consul General
Living Too Fist. By TV. T. Adams,
"Oliver Optic." i
Kelly Klnnard's Kingdom. Byi
dliSS A. .U. VUUE1U.
Ah-Chln-Le'( Olvtllratlon of the Western Barba
rians. Life of Tfubens. Br Georre H. Calvert.
Tbe Broken Mallet. By J. U. Mathews.
Tlnele Joe's Tbanksalvlnr. Bv J- A- Mathews.
.-- .. .... "n '-.-Z. r T i.
laEirscJunaiui uuier a racurai oermons.
S. Mitchell, of this city. For sale by
no4-tr 43 Seventh street.
T V B T OUT.
Mltford's and Tyler'aPleadlngs and
Practice In Equity.
A Treatise on the Pleadings tn Suite
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Mltford. with th NotnKOf-IteorffA
Jeremv. esa and 'Additional Notea br Joslah W.
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Suits in Equity; Pleadings In Suit la Equity: Prac
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Equity and Notes, and the Practice In Suit In
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Abridgment of Elementary Law. By J
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Session Law hrst session or Forty-fourth Con
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Ocl-tf . No,urcnasylyalaaveaue.-
RNANCE AND COMMERCE.
WA03T3 btow. Tuesday eTiafcSjr, Krr. t.
Owlas to election day In New York beiaj a
leg! holIday( there were co meetings of the 3too
and Produce Exchanges.
BAl-fvojnr. Nor.f.-J6ttoa quiet and steady;
Flour quiet and unrhansrecT, Wheat quiet aad
unchangtd. Corn Southera-ittady; Western
Southern white, new, 47tJKo.r do. yellow, 4g .
w. vi w, v.iaru .miimi-cuQ. ana .noTeuicor. 0OJ.C.J
new, Me, spot; Decestler, Sic. Oat flrmer aai
hlghersjouthem prime. liQMc.; Western white.
Siesict. Western mixed, senile. Eye steady and.
flrmatroe: noverseedqnletatl2Uitc Hay
unchanged. Prbyirlona carre. steadyand higher.
Fork, i;.:5Tr.ta. Bulk-smts Shoulders, t"
67c.: -clear rtj sfdes.. 6 ooser Ti&tiZ
packed. BiCon-ShouUcrs. &Qsse.; clear rrt ,
sides, OK910C. Hams, 1617c: Eard KeOaed.
llWSllJic. ButUrdall and bc-hanged. Fetrs.
leum nominally tovhaored. Gof ee. ccct.njrel.
Whisky nominal at $LE
Becelpta Flour. 4,-COO carrels; wheat. l).0o '
bushels: ecru. 10O.0CO bushelsr ost- 7C9 t-sjh-els.
. flSHEB-riXESON.-On Monday. Jfcvemhw.
'lrs. at the residence or fee bride's sister; la FStfa
delptla, by the Rev. Hearrc. McCoob4.'UA8; E.
Eisniitaua alrs.HATTiaftEcsoxv botior Wash
ington. D. C.
. JTOTr-JEE-BACUE.-Oa'MwBilar. November f.
J:a. at Memorial church, by Rev. J IL.KJtl'r, Mr.
Wat. M. Eowzxz and Mls E. J.BACUJrhota of
Vtashtngton. No cards. - '
INBALLS. At Atehlson.'Skasn. Oct.bsr'.
137S, Aowtot IXOAI.LS. teo of Hon. .Joha
J. and Anna Iiulsa Ingall, aged four i ears, eight
months and four days.
SNEE--On November .Mr. XfKsrA 8fES,Ie--loved
husband or Mrs. Ellen Snee, aged forty-nine
jears. native of Balla Cldare par-jo, county Sllgo.
Funeral from Ms late residence, 4 Slx-and-a-hal f
street. Island, at lo o'clock Thursday morning. Re
quiem UIgbMass at Ht. Dominic's.
New York and Sau Francisco pper pIease;eopy. J.
BA1BD. Of pnenmonla. October U. 'ltvjia
Srxscxa Baibd, ot CarU.tr. I'a..and tl.ter of fro
feasor Spencer F. Balrd. or this city.
.-STAILEY.-On the morning or November a. 17,
VALXNTtsx T.. son of Samuel and Maggie E.
Stalley, aged three years,elsht months and nlaeteea
COAEXEY On Monday,NovembcrS;ls7,MAsr
The funeral will take place on Wednesday. Slb."ln
stant. at 3 p. m.. fromtheteMdeneeof her mother,
Fotomac street. Ceorgeto u. D. C. Friend of
the family are Invited to attend. May she rest la
"My soul doth magnify the Lord, and my cpirls
hath rejoiced In God. my Saviour.''
CBaltlmore papers please copy.
HALLOCK On Sunday night, November S.
Zabcvabzi. Haxlocx, aged sevtntv years.
i uneral from bis late residence, 321 Sixth ttteet
southeast, on Wednesday at noon.
22. TF. B JJSIOBIS,
Cabinet Maker andUndertaker,
NO. 1H ELEVENTH STEEET N.
BETWEEN F AND G.
star BodleaEtabatmed and Prepared ftrtraast'o,
tattoo a; the shortest notlee. mr3
B. IP. ffiiBTET,
B3 2 8TKEET KOKTU.WESX.
W3L HACraiT, WITH 2. 7. UBT1Y
31 7 BTKEET KOKTHWEST.
X bare Secured the Berrleea or tat
BMtTXBalXZS In the Co an try.
$25, 850, W00,2o7$500T
The reliable house of aux. FBOTHntQBAst
Co., No. 12 Wall Street, New York, publish a hand
some eight page weekly paper, called tbe Wttkl
financial Sivvrt. which they send .free to any ad
dress. In addition to a large aumber of edi
torials on financial and other topics. It contalxa
very fall and accurate reports of the sals and stand
ing of every stock, bond and security dealtln actha
Stocx Exchange. Messrs. FsoramonAHACO. an
extensive brokers, or large experience, aaa
tried Integrity. In addition to their stock broker
age business, they sell what are termed "Pan
lege," or "Pnu and Calls," now oue of the favor
lte methods of legitimate speculation. Thelradvloe
lsvalnable, and by following It many haramad
fortune. -Vsi. For Metropolis. oc6-tf
PAID A PB07IX OF
doilzijctlrepist ftir months, Tmtt-T our fmprarM
Titem of operatlzix In Stocks. Kbits reduce n
nominal earns said txroflu Increased. Book: contala
iax fall lafiwimaUoa sent os application.
TtTMHRIDttE A CO.,
Bankers and Bxoicraj
apSSTaTaly go. 2Wallstrect, 5.tmYczX
$1,200 PROFIT ON $100
Jiadsanydayby rcrs and clxu. Invest aerorH.
tngtoyourmeans. fA S50ortiDJlnSTOCK.P31V-
ALAtrJuinasDrougatasmaii rortune to tnecarenj
Investor. We advise when and how -to OPEHATB
SAFELY. Book with fun Information seat rrca.
Address order by nail and telegraph to
ssusa at .v..
Bankers and Brokara,
17 WaU street. lOr.
HATS AND CAPS.
TTATSX HATS! I HATS tit
--- uenurmenTs n. i. uress iiais. sa.
6, (7 and f3. Business Hats, soft ami
Hats. Si. SK2S and ftLSO.
Ilb. AlriAta and (linarham Tmrtli. -
. m tffi..iaia,iiiril.a.
ou.tbuc.11. x cr.
no2-tf 1237 Pa. are., next tacor. Thlrtt- aiHst.
OCR STOCK IS
Seal 8acqueaS9 In. to 30 to. tnlensrtn.
Real Bnffs and Beaa,
Btlnlc MntTa and Boas.
1'nr Trlntmlna; in eTery Variety and
Boys' and Mlesea Seal Caps.
AJidles'BataandTarbana In Seal.
Willett & Raoif;
90S Pennsylvania aveani.
EVAN LYONS, IS "WATEE STREET.
Oeorgetown, corn merchant, and dealer to.
Sonthem and Western Flour. Hye Flonr and Chop.
Cornmeal, llsy. Straw and Ground Plaster.
JOS. k J. E. IJBBEY, ETJMSEK DEAD
era. Ko IT Water street, Georgetown. D. C.
Building lumber of all kind constantly on band.
Alio, oak, ash, walnut and poplar lumber. A large
assortment of Georgia pine timber of all sizes and
lengths. Georgia tad Florid pine flooring, well
BROWN, CHAMBEELAIN St CO..WHOLE
sale dealers in Cider and nnre Cider Vlnesrars-
corner High and Water streets, Georgetown. Keen
for sale a large stock of Xew.York Sweet Cider and
refined cider, and supply In lot ol 103 barrel or
lesTpure country Cider Vinegar of the best quality
at the lowest prices.
c shikn. cosnee bridoe: aitd
aiontgomery streets, ueorgetown.
Flour and Feed or all kinds, at the lowest market
prices. Delivered free in any part of the city.
JPASSEKO, NO. 73 WATER STEEXT
s Georgetown, has to let at all Umes good, and
safe row boats by the day or hour, with rowmen If
required. Also refreshments for sale ocH-im
MLOWENSTEIN, NO. .-BEIDOE
street. Georgetown, ha a full assortment of
Gents Furnishing Goods, andnakes a specialty of
Shirt and Underclothing, which he will sell cheaper
than can be bought elsewhere In thla city. ocCl-lut
X OF THE DISTBICT-OF COLUMBIA
Is prepared to supply, at abort notice, TtUng tot
Vestibules, Sidewalks. Footways 'and curbing, la
different colors; Fountains, Lawn Ornaments.
House and Lawn Step and Platforms; house
fronted: cellar walla and flooring cemented toex
elude dampness: kitchen aad area cemented and
made perfectly dry, and a lure preventive against
the Intrusion of nss, insect, 4c, aad all other
work executed for which Portland Cement Is
adapted. Our PortlandfCement become la a few
days superior to any or the marble or natural stone
Is eonunon use, and -Is an admirable Imitation of
either marble or stone: Is mere durable, and ln
aiiiM:lru!Mtl3'Uh. Wi J?""
C. X. BOBEBTS. Manager.
. JaX-tf i n LGSJlanaavenae.
FTHE SUPREME COUBT OF THE DIS.
TBlCT OF COLUMBIA. SPECIAL TEEX
- PROBATE JUBISDICTION, OBTOBEB Zt,
1378. - i
In the matter of the will of HAXT Mosoa:
Application for letters testamentary on the estate
of Mary Morgan, of the District or ColumBla. ha
this day been made by James McLaughlin. 'All -person
Interested are hereby notlncd to appear In
this court on TUESDAY, the list day of November
next, at 11 o'clock a. m., to show cause why letter
testamentary on tbe estate of the sake deceased
should not Issue a prayed; provided a copy of
this order be pnbllsned once a week for three week
In the ITal(noto7i Law Btparttr and Twe ka
no.tlL BxruBUCAw previous to said day.
Test: A. WEBSTER,'
ocS-Wlw Ttegtster of Will.
rr THE SUPREME OOURT OF THE DIS
TBICT OF COCUMBIA-THS 1ST DAV OX
OVEMBEB, 1178. "
The ClUten' national Bank )
. , ,Tv. ",. So.ls,M-AtLaw.
Charles H. Monltnn. J r
On moUoa of the pUlnUff, by Measr.Shellabara-er
A.Wllson,lu attorneya.lt la ordered that ta de
fendant cause bis appearance to be entered hereta
on or beforethe first rule-day oeenrrlng fbrty days
after this dayt otherwise the cause will be precccdew
wlthaalncaseof default. '
By the Court: . . ..
j). k. cAnmR, justice, o.
B. 3. Mrios. Clerk, Ac.
By J. K. Yora. Asst: Clerk. noMf
NEW STEAM DENTAL LABOBA'
HaTlng fitted op a new DENT AL LABOR ATO
for Five Dollar; DEMPbTEB A PABsOilS.-ocH-m
Dentist. 411 Seventh street.
(Mxarettee aad Jstnoklns JToiaeee,
Warranted superior to any In the market. Tor sale
everywhere.' Try them. Wholesale 1y BEOBeTE.
the B-0 Cigar Mia. E-OCUan better than ever.
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