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THE NATIONAL KEPUBLICAK. THURSDAY MOBOTNONOVMSEK 9. 18T6.
r. J. MTJBTABH..
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THE NATIONAL SXPVBLICAN HAS A
LARGER CIRCULATION THAN AST OTHER
otOEMAS PAPER IS THE DISTRICT OT CO.
ELECTION 0? HAYES.
Mr. Tflden now appears to have at his
command 184 electoral votes. This Is one
less than is necessary to Becore his elec
tion. On the other hand, we now count for
Gen. Hayes the remainder of the Electoral
College the 185 votes which, if con
firmed, will secure his election as the next
President of the United States. By this
calculation all "those States named aa doubt
ful in our table in this column of yester
day are transferred to the Democratic
column, and the State of Oregon is taken
from the Democratic column and transferred
to tie Republican list. "With these changes
the vote will be recorded as follows:
Colorado 3 Alabama 10
California 6 Arkansas. 8
Illinois 21 Delaware
Iowa 11 Georgia. 11
Kansas a Indiana ,15
Louisiana 8 Kentucky 12
Maine 7 Maryland 8
Massachusetts 13 Missouri IS
Michigan 11 Mississippi 8
Minnesota 8 I New York...... 55
Nebraska S New Jersey 9
New Hampshire . . 5 North Carolina 10
Nevada 3 ' Tennessee 12
Ohio Texas. 8
Oregon 3 Virginia 11
Pennsylvania 2J i West Virginia 5
Rhode Island 4
SouUiCaiolina 7 Total 1S1
Present returns from the most reliable
sources appear to justify this conclusion.
"Whether the official count wilt bear it out
still remains to be seen,, but it will be ob
served that the numerous telegrams printed
elsewhere leave no room to doubt that
Mr. Hayes has been chosen by one ma
jority of the entire Electoral College. "A
miss is as good as a mile" is a trite old
adage, and in this case a majority of one is
as good es if it were a hundred.
This situation calls freshly to mind, the
prophetic remark of the martyr President
Abrah&mliincoln in 18C4, that "the time
" may yet come when the ballot in
" the hands of the freedmen will pre
"serve the Jewel of liberty to the
"diadem of the Republic." That time is
already here. Mr. Hayes is elected by
"the, ballot in the hands or the freedmen."
Had lie been defeated there is no doubt
that the plans were laid for the destruc
tion of the liberty and franchise of the
blacks in the South, but, aa It is, lib
erty to both whites and blacks is pre
served by the votes of the freedmen. Thl3
is the closest contest that has ever occurred
in the history of the country. It may be
taken as another mark of the Centennial
epoch. In this beginning of the second
dentury of the existence of the Republic, its
safety and its liberties were imperiled,
and they have been saved by the "ballot
in the hands of the freedmen."
Oregon, naturally a Democratic Stite,
decides the contest
The result is close. Is the twenty-second
joint rule in force ?
Mo. Hoskins, we regret to say, is de
feated in tbe Niagara district of New York
by the bolt of Mr. Flagler. This illus
trates tbe misfortune to a party liable to
arise from tbe possession of two great men
in tbe same Congressional district
General Butler's return to the Forty
fifth Congre will be hailed with delight
by all Rerrahltcacs In this District. He
has ever been a consistent and faithful
friend to their interests, and has never
lacked the courage and candor to advocate
what he believed to be their just dues.
The Isimaehte of the New York Sun
must feel much gratified with his success
in his attempts to defeat Mr. Calvin, the
Democratic candidate for Surrogate. Judge
Peabody was so entirely acceptable and
well fitted for the office that he might hare
been chosen but for the strong indorsement
and Advocacy of the Bun. As it Is, Mr.
Calvin is elected.
The situation during the day yesterday
was bneof most perplexing uncertainty.
It was a spirited succession of alternations
from "Now you see it," to "Now you
don't," Each person was anxious to gain
intelligence from .his neighbor of some sort
to vary or relieve the suspense. And as
the successive telegrams inspired stronger
hopes, of final success in those of either
party a sigh of relief and expression of joy
would escape from their lips.
KADKO TUB OF BUD HEADS.
We protest against the habit of "poking
fun" at the meagre vote accorded to the
lenerjble Greenbacker, Peter Cooper. It
strikes us as being in bad taste. Mr.
Cooper is an octogenarian of large ex
perience in business affairs, and if he
chose-, at his time of life, to sacrifice him
. self upon the altar of his country for a
principle, however absurd that principle
might appear to younger people, it was
certainly his privilege to become the
sponsor rather than the redeemer of the
greenbacks. But what in the world can
excuse he 'Herald for indulging in the fol
lowing at his expense it is difficult to
imagined "Returns from 110 districts in
"Brooklyn giTO Peter Cooper thirteen
" votes; and in this city he comes out with
" the-eblid vote of 253 resolute supporters.
"This shows that the paper money ctn
""vass has a great future before it Its
" chances sreJdl in the future. Its glori
" ous -successes are there. Its magnificent
" triumphs are -nowhere else. Peter has
"his principles, his organization, his
" speeches, all-in u nice state of prepara
"tion. All he 'wants now 19 a few more
" voters; and n man so ingenious, so fer-
" tile in invention, cannot fall to secure"
" these. Mr. Cooper once invented a pltn
" for sendfng people to and fro between
" this city and Brooklyn by means of
"drain. 11, neiwouia now brush the dust
" off that usefulinstrument and use ltto
"drum np Voters, there is no knotting
" what 'the sweet by and by" might not
" do for him. It is yet possible, as he has
" plenty of time, thatlilsb"ait of illimlt-,
" able pilnted dollars may take that great
" carp the Presidency."
An4 ticn, as if not holding the bears we
read of in tbo Scriptures in proper fear,
the'young gentlemen or the EeraVl no on
to indulge in the following levity regard
ing tbe candidacy of the venerable General
Pir, of Vboothlm on the spo't" notoriety:'
"general Tix is evidently not elected'
" Mayor of the city. This will scarcely
" surprise him, and, as he is a public
" spirited citizen, webellevehe will rejoice
" that the city is to have & really good
" chief magistrate in tlie person of his op
" ponentj; In this result the General will
" find manyE0urcea of satisfaction, no. the
" least6ne of -vrhlchis that he jwill have
"ample leisure for mora pleasurable pursuits
"than politics.! fHr. Green has ,been
" nominated fbr the next term by'delega
"tions from eighteen different societies.
"And General Dix was f not elected."
Now, we submit in all seriousness that it
Is quite time that Mr. Bennett should give
his young men a "shaking up," Such
conduct is a disgrace to Journalism.
Here is one rnore"evld,ence of thb lack of
veneralionintheyoung men of the iTcraZi.
" Charles FrancU Adams runs, behind his
" ticket in Boston by an important figure,
" which seems to indicate that his nomina
"tion did not attract Jo the Democracy
"anynonDemocratic.votes, and that he
"was opposed by "the Fenians, despite
" John Jielly givlnghlma .good 'charac
" tcr." This ik decjiivq evidence of the
" error, m a party sense, of this kind of
" nomination. It isTataTfora party to put
" on ,Hs ticket better men than its voters
"'will accept And Charles Francis Adams
" was not elected."
IBE 1,0 QIC OF EVENTS,
The American people once more have
exercised that sovereignty which decrees,
as far as human agency may, the destiny of
this nation fbr the next four years. While
the result is yet in suspense, and every
pa'triotic citizen is waiting for Its full an
nouncement, we may survey the ground
of the late contest and endeavor to forecast
If Iilden is elected, as his friends claim
that he is, there are two things that have
wrought this change, and that never fail
in the .history of popular revolutions. The
first'ls the pressure "of hard times, thestag-
nation of business, tbe restlessness of the la
boring classes unemployed and dissatisfied,
and the consequent desire of change.
The second is the d'siffecllon of many
former supporters of the party iu pjwer,
which must always happen under the
working of a system lika our own. It is
impossible for all to be leaders, and all to
enjoy the emoluments of office, or all to ex
ercise that justice which eludes the wisest
administration of imperfect men.
If in this contest the "Republican party
hss been defeated it has been solely by the
action of these two causes. Strange ano
maly in the development or human af
fairs? Human nature thus acts causelessly
and blindly, but nevertheless instinctively
to bring about results which never cease to
aftiict communities and nations with evils
worse than those from which they are
madly endeavoring to escape.
The common pretexts upon 'which the
Republican party have been so violently
assailed are notlhe real causes of its over
throw. It is in vain for the truculent and
unscrupulous journalism which curses our
age and country to pretend it No politi
cal party that ever existed among us from
the foundation of the Government has ever
rendered such a service to the, nation and
to mankind. No party has ever professed
or sought to enlist nobler or purer princi
ples. No party has ever upheld a general
policy more wise or more beneficent in the
difficult and trying circumstances of its ca
reer. If, therefore, we say again it shall
turn out to have been now defeated it will
be a lone, lone time before the nation will
recover from the disaster, simply because
by the decree of the popular voice the Gov
ernment has been handed over to the re
actionary party; the party of disunion, the
party of violence and unprincipled expe
The voters of the nation have done their
own work, and they must now take the
consequences of that work. Let us see for
a moment what prospect of improvement
there is in the supposed change of admin
istration now to take place.
First, we shall have at the head of the
nation men who are and have been asso
ciated with all the worst end most turbu
lent elements of the country ill those ele
ments that have from tune to time broken
out into local and general disorder a set of
men who, by their doctrines, traditions,
beliefs and practices, have more than once
well nigh shipwrecked the State end
brought the country to the verge of de
struction; a set of men whose opinions and
policy have weakened the faith of the
world in the perpetuity of our institutions,
and have dishonored, if not wholly de
stroyed, the national credit in all the
markets and in all the exchanges of the
Next, these men, when installed In power,
will be called to face, the stern realities of
a situation for which they are wholly unfit
and incompetent,and before the whirlwind
of which they will be as powerless as an
infant of days. It must be remembered
that they have made professions of reform
which maybe esteemed startling indeed.
According to their predictions, every evil
which exists in the country is to be miti
gated or remedied; taxes are to be dimin
ished; the debt is to be paid; all claims are
to be properly and satisfactorily adjusted;
the unemployed laborers are to be set at
woik; business Is to be revived; trade and
commerce are to be resuscitated; internal
improvements are 'to be carried on; the
finances of the country are to be established
on a solid basis; the ex-rebel States are to
be pacified; the negroes are to be protected
in their rights; economy and retrenchment
are to be inaugurated; honesty, capacity
and fidelity in office are to be enjoined; the
great Interests of conflicting sections and
classes are to be fully harmonized, and the
halcyon days of peace and prosperity are to
come to every man, woman and child in
the country. These are the promises of
this marvelous party of reform, not one 'of
which will be kept, because not one of
which can be accomplished by them. There
is a logic of events which will be too strong
for the schemers and demagogues whom
thernation once drove from power, and
whom now the nation proposes to replace
in power. A flood-tide of -hungry aspirants
for office will deluge the Capital, and the
first two vears of the term will be mainly
spent in changing the officers of the Gov
ernment, home and foreign, and In hunting
places for a crowd of applicants who have
long been waiting for a. chance at the public
crib, The sessions of Congress will be oc
cupied with, the doings of committees of In
vestigation, and "with ferocious, and, incep
dlary speeches.' 'Wrangling over proposed
measures without result will become the,
order of the day. Meanwhile not one of the
great interests of the country will be pro-'
moted, cui a spectacle or numuiatioa antr
suuac win greet w gaze oi su asujnuuea
world. Now we cannot yet believe that
such! a fate is impending over us, and not
until the reports of the official count have
"nut the case beyond a' question shalLwe
yield to the humbling conviction that such
the other -hand, 'Hayes has'oeenelected,
then will the current of our public affairs
flowjontmdlsturbed, and all the interests
secured, by so vast an'expense of treasure"
Hud of Mood -will hn roniserred. This will
be, in accordance with the true logic of
events, a lorce in auman nn lira diiitu ic
turns upon men foiever.
The "Doubtful Planet
From the New Trk Tribune.
Whatever maybe tbeglimpses of Vulcan
obtained bj; other observer, the one that
Herr Weber described as" seen by him at Peck-
eloh rnnst be sponged ont of tbe record.' It Is
"(mite certain that he eaW only a sun ipoti not
a planet. The evidence on this point Is posi
tive. Senor Ventosa, of tbe Observatory at
Madrid, has written two letters describing bis
own studies of the sun's surface at the time
named by Herr Weber. A small inn spot de
termined as such by characteristics beyond
doubt was seen at Madrid Just where (on the
disc of the sun) Herr Weber thought he
descried a planet. A similar view of a son
spot was obtained at the Royal Observatory at
Greenwich. Sir George B. Airy, In a note
published In Sature, gives fall details or the
Greenwich observations of April 4, which In
clude two photographs of the susplclous'ob
ject, and he says there can be no question that
It was a son spot, not a planet
Now this particular observation at Feckeloh
was the one which seemed especially to arouse
the actlTityof M.LeVerrler. He evidently
regarded It as connrmlw: his own Inferences
concerning an Inner planet Inferences drawn
from the Irregularities of the orbit of .Mer
cury. He announced this -anpposed observa
tion several months after Us date, giving it In
direct connection with calculations concerning
this matter, and with his request to distant
astronomers to keep a lookout for the planet
on certain days In October. It Is true that M.
Le Verrler has taken pains - to disclaim
any prediction that Vulcan would be found
on the eon at any of the dates when he
asked for special observations. Bat on the
other hand he has declared that there must
ba an Intra-Mercurial body: that the analysis
which he has made of the adjoining orbit
pats us henceforth In possession of data to
find the planet." He has again selected sev
eral of the alleged transit observations,' and
from Ave of them which he regards as authen
tic he calculates an orbit fbr Vulcan of little
over thirty-three days. Some of our readers
may recollect that the orbit for this mythical
planet calculated by ProH Klrkwood and?pnb
Ilshedln the Tribune of April 26,1873, gave
nearly thirty. five days for the -revolution.
Professor Pliny E. Chase has brought forward
an harmonic series for the orbits of -the solar
system. This he deduces from mathematical
data) the assumption being- that the" planets
were originally formed from. meteoric rings.
"By such means he finds a place for Vulcan In
tbe series; curiously enough giving' an orbit
which Is just between the estimate of "M. Le
Verrler and that of Professor Klrkwood,
In his most recent communications to the
French Academy, M. Le Verrler gives reasons
for believing that the opportunities for seeing
Vulcan on the sun must of necessity be rare.
He assigns s the next favorable occasion
March 22, 1877. After this the nearest chances
will fee In the fall of 1SS1 and the spring of
1S85. In tbe Interim the planet most be
looted for near the sun, bnt .not on It. With
present means of Investigation the question
whether there Is or Is not such a planet should
not long remain open. The practice of taking
photographs of the sun regularly, day by day,
at'dluerent observatories, will add materially
to,the means for assigning their true valua to
the apparitions of Vulcan in the future. Dr.
Janssen, the distinguished French astronomer,
things photographs are more to be depended
upon for this purpose than eye ob
servations; but that if the latter are made
with sufficient care and attention to detail, a
sun spot will never again be mistaken for a
planet. Of coarse, the apparatus for taking
photographs of the sun could, easily be made
automatic, so that they would be obtained
continuously at regular intervals on fair days.
There are new appliances by which the sky
close to the sun could also be photographed
separately from the luminous disk. If such
pictures were delicate enough, they would be
more trustworthy than the more direct modes
of 'vision. -It only remains to organize such a
system throughout the observatories of the
world. This would soon settle the matter.
As It now stands, the discrepancies of obser
vation cannot be wholly accounted ior, un
less we suppose that Vulcan has.ths ring of
Gyges and can be at times invisible to mortal
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WUllird's hotel and the Owen house.
OCce hours from 10 a.m. to i p.m. aiys-tr
tEf atCoughlln'sTempls-Drug Store, F and
N lhth streets, at moderate prices. sepS-tf
B-53FRENCH, ENGETSH AND DO
3? MEhTIO-Articles for ladles' toilet use at
Conghlln's Temple Drug Htorcn i for.' sepS-tf
Vy Pond's Extract, Homeopathic Medicines,
sold at T,mple Drug Store, F.and Ninth streets.
sv-ST-BEMEMREB ' JCSIH'I OED,
? STAND, He pays for Second-band Cloth
ing. Boots, Shoes, e.jr as "fair (cash prices'- as
he always has. at ta D street, between Blxth and
Seventh streeu northwest.' Note by mall promptly
attended td.' - - - aepU-tr
st-rsr-gO FEB SET. EITHER JAW, by
seas' . 5r. A. N C Wefaenbora, Dentist, 405 Four
teenth street northwest; also, gold fillings done at
reasonable price and saUsfctlon.glyea. apU-tf
Afnmt Hnrfferv. ml
College, Chicago, 401 seventh street, east side, cor
ner of D. Extracting children's teets, cents.
-T3TEEOAl AND OTHER BRIEFS
USE? PRINTED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE
at the BEPUBLICAN JOB OFFICE. SOU-tf
WRAPPING PAPER FOB SALE
at this oBce.
r$s H O X. M A
Feyer and Acne and Elrer Past
OTJBES WITHOUT MEDIOINE, SHHPIjY BY
Tbe Best Liver Betmlator In the World
The only true cure for and preventive of malaria
is all Its forms:
Liter Complaint, Javndlei,
Xtllew Fntr, Bea-Suknttt,
None genuine without the Trade-Mark and Signa
ture of the Inventor on the wrapper.
Ask your druggist for It. For certificates, read
little blue book Enray in UU Air.
WH. F. KIDDEB CO.,
No. 83 John street. New York,
Bent by mall on aeceipt of ft JesVFMWtai
WX, BABHOX. . H. SOatrXLt. O.W. ULTIIAaC
HABMO, BOSWEII, & 00.,
SIS EIGHTH STBEET,
jya-tf Near Pennsylvania avenn.
1 FURNITURE EXCHANGE.
New, Knoek'njown and" SeeoadHand
Fnrnitnre iBonsint; Bold
T. J. REED,
815 Seventh Street.
Parties contemplating refurnishing, or about to
buy new stock, will find bargains at
HE EX) ' S
JTOI3JST It, yCTPILiTJSTTa '
BXALxs nr rrBST-cr-iss
COBNZD BEET A SPECIALTYt
Stalls 638, sa and 3 Centre Market, Ninth-street
wing, and ace and Sis. Northern Liberty Market, or
address Box TU, Clry Post Office, ' Marketing deliv
ered, free of charge, to all parts of the city, yruvu
JWEBB &BEVMIDGE j
Are now receiving1" their Fan Stock,
consisting In part or
FRENCH CHINA, Decorated and Plain; GLASS
WARE, Cut, Engraved and Plain.
PLATED WARE, finest quality, triple plate.
Borers' and American CUTLERY.
A full stock of CROCKERY .'and HOUSE FUR
NISHING OOODS. . -
No. 1309 Fesssylvaslatavease between Tenth and
Klevmth streets.- - oc3-tf
-J" UMBER, SASH, DOORS,
BLINDS AND M0TJLDIH03
AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
Call and purchase LUMBER where yon can get
discount for cash from
ADVERTISED PBICE LIST OF
place Is at the Lumber Yard and Building
nov6.tr NearB. aO.R.R. depot. Washington.
1 DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
LUMBEE, SASH, S00BS, &o.
Corset Secon street and Indiana avenue.
Prices as low as elstwbertv Oall and examine
before purchasing. J aepq-am
eeonretowB. D. C.
AND COBNXH BEVENTHAND Q STREETS,
I Waahlnston, D. C
ENGLISH, SWISS Aim AMERI0AK
i LiEGE AES0BTMEXT
' T VERY I0W PBIMS.
K. W GAIT, BRO. A CO
fS JO,fflOf FEB DAT. AT HOME
,SSi'&2i Bssvples wortt B txea. BTIN.
ibon AOO-iPtsraasoVafs -maray
'" FOR RENT.
-I KQft I STBEET. NEAR THE ABLINO.
XOOU TON HOTLL For rent, handsome
parlors and othtrJarge and small rooms; all modern
VJ'MElVi'-FUB.NISHED BOOMS, WITH
. gooa Doara, nemrinree uueaot sireei-ci
nemrthree llneaof street-cars, in
lborhood: also, table board. No.
a deairasia neighbornood; also, table Doaru,
Ii3 Ninth street northwest. no-It
At 1 FOUBTH STBEET NOHTHWE3T
JLL FOB KENT-Furalshed BOOM.1, en suite
or single, at Mrs. GILBERT'S. novl-lm
THIRTEENTH STBEET NOBTH"
WEST. oonoslte Franklin Park- Desi
rable Booms, Including parlor and chamber con
netting, with first-class board. ogs-ta"
OrtQ-O STREET, -OPPOSITE PATENT
Olpf Offlce For Bent-Pleasant South Front
BOOMSTwith board : either for the season or tran
slent. Also. Table Board. oclt-tf ,
1 QT O F STBEET, NEABEBBITT HOUSE
JXrXJU Booms for .rent, en sulu and single.
Those who enjoy comfort and quiet Inquire as
TJtOB BENT DESK AND DESK-BOOM ON
A, reasonable terms In a desirably-located, ele-
Eatly-nnlahed and lurnlshed ottce, complete la all
M. EABTWOOD. Broker,
sayl-lf- 1302 Pennsylvania ave.
BBIOK STABLE FOB BENT; IN THE
SO-root alley Is tbe rear of house No. UU K
street northwest. L. CLEPUANE.
A LARGE NUMBER OF
O. HOUSES FOR RENT
IN THE WESTXXD,
At rentaiaranrlnor from.
TEN TO FORTY DOLLARS PEE MONTH.
-Apply at once to
SJE". 8. WESCOTT,
- ' Real Estate Agent
. . i neal Estate Agent.
I Corner of Twentieth and I streets.
RENTING HOUSES A SPECIALTY. oeSl-im
-VTABINI'S HAX1L, '
E STREET, BETWEEN NINTH ANDyTENTH.
For rent, the above Beautiful ealflce, delightfully
situated in the centre of the city, and Is accessible
by all the lines of city cars.
AS A BALL-BOOM
It surpasses is elegance and general convenience all
others In the city.
A3 A MUSIC AND COSCEET .HALL,
-i and for
LECTC3E3, PASTIES AND WEDDINGS,
It Is "wonderfully perfect In acoustics, and affords
elegant accommodation fbr eight hundred persons.
A GREAT REDUCTION IN THE'BENTAIi
' The hall U open dally for Inspection. For terms
and particulars, choice of nights. At., apply at the
Oen. Grant's hdqrs., 17th and F n. w m. L,
Northwest cor. 11th st. and Pa. are. rent low.
Mass. ave., near 14th st.. 11 rooms, furnished. .,4300
Cor. 14th St.. Mass. and Vt. avenues B0
No, sosilthst- n. w;, furnished 150
lotn st.. above L, furnished ,, 230
No, 1727 F st. n. w, furnlsned 200
Noi liiest. n. w.. 12 rooms, m. 1., stable 200
Ost., above 11th, furnished ISO
No. 030 Pa. are., (over store) 133
ho, TSOUtheUn. w,, Urooms, m. 1 110
No, 1414 N st. s.w.. 10 rooms, stable -.. 100
o, 306 A st. n. e., furnished, 100
M, U12N st. n. w., 10 rooms, stable 100
No, 1211 K st. n. w., U rooms, m. 1 100
No. Zlstst.n.e., Urooms, m.l W
No1. S27 Pa. are., (over Oilman's drugstore).... SO
ro. 1335 11th st. s.w., 11 rooms. m.l.... 75
Plerc St., near Hth and S, furnished 6)
No.71Slltnst.n. w.. lOrooms. m.l 60
No.l04Ost. s. e., Orooms, Ingle Place st
No. 3 2d st. s. e 13 rooms, m1.....1 &0
lennallytownRoad, near St. Albans church .... fO
No. lSOJUst. n. w., furnished to
TOtb St., near 1' n. w SO
Mt. Pleasant, 9 rooms and 2 acres of ground.... so
HtoreS351'a. ave so
icthst., nearN,rooms, m. L SO
No. 20s3thst-s. e.. S rooms, m.l 42
K(l 1431 nth st. n. w.. 19 rooms, m. 1....... .... 40
Store and dwelling, cor. 13th and Osts. s.w 40
Ko.iu tin Oi 5. e., iu rooms, m. i w
Meridian Uul, s room!, ra. t "... g
fo. 112 4th st. c e., m.l.........ii. mil ii., So
No. 2300 M su n. w., s rooms, m. 1 S3
Tennallytown road, near Ueorgetown (33f
Store No. 4397th sua. w .?. 35
Store and dwtlling. No. 85 High St., Otn. ....... xj
ew houses, ethst., above P 33
NcsllandlSKst. n. e., J2 rooma so
Le Droit Park; 307 Elm street ., 30
LasgdosTerrace, ethst. extended., ..... 30
No. Ill B st. a. e 7 roooi, gas asd water 2S
Store 301 th st. n.w ' 23
No. 458New Jersey ave., s. e., m. 1 23
NOS. 1757, 1753, 1753 S St. B. W.. 23
Novtaosthst-n. e.. 6 rooraa,m. L. 25
Nos. 1821. 1S28 and 1S3 11th st. n. w.. 7rs.. m. I. 25
N os. 624.62a and OS BU.S.C, rooms, gasand
water. ....... ...... ...... ....... ..,..... .......... si
No. 401 nth st. n. e., 7 rooms. ..a 20
No. ti8EastCanltolst.,Srs., gasand water.... 20
ISo. 627 L st. s. e.. 6 rooms..., ,,.. 20
No, S24 Del. ave., near 1st and K ;.....;. 20
No. 472H St. s. w.. Ai... 30
Nos. 1411 and 1117 3d st. n.w.. 6 rooms and water. ,13
No.lOSHigbsu, Ueorgetown i ..., rs-
Northwest corner 12th and Q sts.. 5 rooms. is
No, llOSParkrat. n. e.,T rooms, m. 1 13
Mos. 6 and 7 Foundry Place......H............ 15
No, 238 11th sr. n.w., 2 story. 8 rooms 13
ISO. 1310 and st. n. w., 7 rooms.... 15
No. 2120 loth st. n.w.,a rooms,.., is
No, 2108 nth st. n.w; .-.-.. .t. It
Store and dwelling, near Jit and F sts. s. if, 14
No, 7337th st. I. e,..'...'..l. -.. 12
No, 6 Q st. s. w., s rooms.......................... 10
Also, a number of other bouses, full partleulars Df
which win beglven upon appllcatlonattheofilces ox
B.H. WARNER. Seventh and F streeu. oc2
trOTJSES AND FARMS FOB SALE-SET.
XX eraltwd-storr HOUSES and COTTAOES
monthly payments. Valuable Building LOTSB
on easy terms. Also, FARMS In the District, I
aaaryianaasa Virginia xor Date orexenang
APPLETON P. CLARK,
709 X street northwest.
TITANTED.-PABTIES HA VINO HOUSES
v T ai... xtooms to rent, furnished or unfurnished,
or those wishing to rent are respectfuUy requested
to call and examine our business chances. The
patronage of the public Is respectfully solicited.
Apply at the Washington Intelligence oace, SMF
street northwest, first door up-stslrs.
se2s-tf W5X H. JONES ft CO.
OS-IO A DAY AT HOSIE. AOENTS
Alii wanted. Outfit aad terms free. TRUE A
CO.. Augusta. Maine. mhVly
DB. A. PBATT. DENTIST, HAS BE.
moved to the northwest corner of Seventh and
D streets, over Crandall's bookstore, where be will
be pleased to see bis old patrons, asd the general
! iH STBEET NOBTHWEST. NIOELY
UXU furnished rooms,'wlth first-class board.
Table boarders accommodated. nors-4.
AO.UIET FAMILY OF TWO PEBSONS
would receive as boarders either two or four
young christian gentlemen. Apply at 731 Twenty
fourth street northwest. no?-
AW. SOHABIT HAS BEMOVED HIS
law ode up stairs, 433 Louisiana avenue,
T OST LADY'S AMETHYST SLEEVE
XJ BUTTON, with Inserted gold illy, studded with
pearls. A suitable reward will be gives If re
turned to this pace. no7
HAILET, DAgS & 00.
THE MEDAL Or HONOBAND CERTIFICATE
OF DISTINCTION -are awarded the HALLET,
DAVIS CO.'S URAND, UPRIGHT AND
SQUARE PIAN08 for-
"Volume and Purity of Tone."
"Best Construction and Excellence of Workman-
ship." . ,
"Originality ofDeslgn."'- '
"Artistic 8kiUwlthlngeslousMechanIcal Device
for Securing Permanence of Tune. 4c."
"Special Distinction Is given In the Award to the
'Upright Instruments of this firm.' " See
Centennial Judges' Keportsou Pianos,
U. L. SDMNKB. Agent.
611 Ninth street no rthwest.
Pianos exchanged and sold on Installments at
lowest cash prices. no7
fflGHEST AWARD ME CLTEML
The United States Centennial Commission and
the Judges of Awards bare unanimously-decreed to
Messrs. WM. KNABE.& CO-.the Diploma of Honor
:,Crand. square and Upright l'laaos.
tT uic system ui wsnis sPneu sriaoos 01 an
grades received medals of precisely the same char
acter, but the true test of merit appears only In the
reports of the Judges accompanying the medals.
Tneudges pronounce the Knaoe1 Pianos to be "the
best exponents of tbe art of Plono-maklng," and
"fully entitled to the leading position, combining
all the Tequlsltes of a perfect Instrument In the
highest degree power.rlchness and singing quality
oftone, ease and elasticity of touch, effectiveness of
action, solidity and orlglnalltyof construction and
excellence of workmanship." The Knabe award Is
not confined to any single style or Instrument, as Is
the case with other exhibitors In this department,
bnt comprises all four styles, and stands unqualified
by phrase Indicative of mediocrity. ..
Bole agency at ttEICHKN BACH'S Piano Ware
rooms, 423 Eleventh street, a few doors north of
Pennsylvania avenue, Pianos lrom different facto
ries for sale and rent on the most accommodating
terms. Toning and repairing promptly attended tov
fnU- IsBADTHB WOHIVD.
We have a large, stock of these remarkable Organs
CONSTAHTLT OJT HASH.
DON'T FAIL TO EXAMINE THEM BE
TOBE PTJBOHASING ELSEWHEBE.
, CHARMING TOR THE VOICE AND
UffSUBPASIiEB .F0K DUBABILIfT.
PBIOES LOW AND TEEMS EAST.
Give us a call. We sell on the most accommo
Large stock of Pianos and organs for rent.
BASHERS & BTATMA5,
9S5 Pennsylvania ave., Washington,
, IB North Charles at,, Baltimore.
N. B. A liberal discount to clergymen. Churches,
Sundy-schools. Lodges. Ac se30-lm
SEND S6& TO tr.P. BOWELL A OO NEW
York, for Pamphlet of 100 pares, containing
llstof 1,060 newspapers, and, eiatlw ares showlns; eos
' AKCHITECT.r "
yi Sta-eet, Opposite Foil SBet B
TTOE SALE-A FINE5BESIDEN0E IN
X' new Jersey, only nlie. miles from New York
city: every convenience: abundance of fruit, Ac
no4-t E. K. W 1LSON. 311 Seventh s reet- ,
FOB SALE A NEW THBEE8TOBY
Brick, with Mansard ,roof, bay window and
every modern convenience. K street, between Six
teenth and Seventeenth streets northwest. err
low, and terms easy. CtlAS. P. PUSUAW,
no2-6t Seventh street.
X' and P rtrtcts Circle, at three quarters its
value for CASH. - t -
. no2t . CHAS. P. PUSHAy.
FOB SALE A TWOSTOBY FBAME
Dwelling House asd. Corner Store, fitted up
with c-herrlngs. Counters and large, dry cellar,
suitable for Grocery or Market store, southeast corner-or
Tenth street and South Carolina avenue
southeast. Also, tor-sate two-story slx-roov
Frame Dwelling House, No. 1005 Muth Carolina
avenue southeast. Apply to- -
OC27-FM Wtf No. 519 Seventh street northwest.
-C-OB SALE-THAT VEEY DESIBABLE
X? building lot northwest -torner Twenty-llrat
street and Pennsylvania Avenue northwest wlU be
sold cheap and on easy terms. , ,
t J. STANLEY! JONES,
ocll Hi Seventh street.
AOf SECOND STBEET NOBTHWEST
dAKJ FOB SALE-Two-story brick residence.
HU. ,U ,lVi, AW " 1 "f 7 .V.C1. S WU.9, UU, BUU
cold water: stable onrearorlot; also, two horses
d. BrSJiLCl JIIA1U3,
ill Seventh street.
QfrT E STBEET NOBTHWEST FOB
uu 4 SALE Three-story and basement mastic
front House; nine rooms, water and gas. Terms
to suit purchaser. Apply to
J. STANLEY JONES,
selS-tf 511 Seventh street.
TTKJB SALE-TEN VEBY VALUABLE LOTS
X (40x132 reet each) In the city of Terre Haute. In
diana. Will be sold at a great sacrifice or exchanged
for unincumbered property bere.
scplS E. J. SWEET. SU Seventh street.
T7IOB SALE THBEE-STOBY,. BBIOK
X i dwelling, with back building; il0 rooms and
bath; all the modern Improvements, No. 1324 Elev
enth street, between N and U northwest.
, - J, STANLEY JONES,
seplS-tf ) 511 Seventh street.
CWB BENT A LABOE AND.HANDSOME
X residence, containing 11 rooms, with all mod
ern Improvements. Alio, carriage-house, stable
and large yard. Good location; within one square
from the different lines of street ears. Kent per
511 Seventh street.
EOR SALE OB EXOHANOE TWO STOBY
press-brick front Dwelling and Store: good
cellar: five rooms; in northwestern seetlon of city:
corner location. WlU sell or exchange for small
place of several acres soith of the city.
J. STAN LEY JONES,
seu-tf ; tu Seventh street,
FOB SALE NEW THKEriSTORY BBIOK;
back building: bay window; eleven rooms and
bath-room: marble mantels, gas and water; fin
ished In best style throughout; with good brick
stable on rear of lot. No. 1609 Nineteenth street
northwest. J, STAN LEY JONES,
MIS-tf 511 Seventh street.
FOB SALE A COMFORTABLE TWO.
story frame Dwelling, with back bull ling; six
rooms. In excellent order; fine water on premises;
deep lot, with abundance of fruit. No. 2112 Six
teenth street northwest.
sel5-tf SU beventh street.
FOB SALE TWO- TWO-iTOKY BBIOK
Houses; eight rooms: bath and all modern lm
Srovements. northwest corner Seventh and South
. streets, Capitol Hill. Easy terms.
selS-tf Sll Seventh street.
FOR SALE TWO-&TOBY BBIOK DWELL
ING, good cellar, Lateobes, marble mautels;
bath, water and gas. No. 1733 P street northwest.
J. bTANLEY JONES.
sel5-tf . 511 Seventh street.
eight rooms. Located In northwestern
part of city. , 4. STANLEY JONES,
kuu on seTenui street.
FOB SALE TWO-STOBY FBAME DWELL.
INS; on Fourth rreet, between H asd J streets
northeast. TAlllbe sold very cheap and on easy
terms. J. BTANLEY JONES.
selS-tf 511 Seventh street.
FOE SALE NEW TWO-STOBY FBAME
DweUlsg, with basement: seven rooms; deep
lot, with carpenter shop and'stable on rear oflot
17 f Mrfet, between North Capitol and First streets
nortneast; J. STANLE1 JONES,
selS-tf Sll Seventh street.
"RIOB SALE TWO-STOBY AND BASE.
X; ment brick dwelling, seven rooms, and bath,
store-room, closets, marble mantels, range. La
trobes, hot and cold water, gas, northeast corner
aicrcc place aua juieeaia "ree.?-"119 easj,
piraeiu,4Ur DlAniiaa 4is.a.E,
U Seventh street.
FOB SALE A DESIBABLE THBEE
story pressed-brlcs: house, ten rooms, hot and
cold water; deep lot. Located in northwesters part
Of the city. J. STANLEY JONEST
selS-tf .. T Sll Seventh street.
"JKB- SALE Ar VEBY FINE -THBEE.
X story and basement brick, mansard-roof resi
dence, with three-story back building. All the
modern Improvements of finest quality. Located
la oae of the handsomest rows of houses In the
.northwesters portion, of the elty. StaSle and wide
'alley In rear. J. BTANLEY JONES.
- seb-tf SU Seventh street.
TTOB SALE TWO-STOBY.BBIOK DWELL
X ting. NoZH Eighth street northeast, with back
sjltf u' - 811 Seventh street.
FOB SALE TWO TWO-SrOB? FBENCH
roordwelllsgs. No 710 and 71T N street, be
tween Seventh and Eighth: northwest,' -wlta-back,
buildings, bay windows, ten rooms and bath.suu
blersanteu, gas asdwater."
1 - J. BTANLEY JONES.
. seli-tf su seventh street..
FOB SALE SEVERAL SMALL ,OOM
ffortable BRICK DWELLINGS,-two-story and
basementrgxs And water; located la northwesters
part of the city; WlU be. sold cheap, and on easy
termsr -Vv STANLtY JONES,
selS-tf -T SUeventh street.
FOB SALE SEVERAL TAYO-STOBY-AND
basement BRICKS, with two-story hack build-;
lngi, new, with all modern Improvements, In tne
northwestern section of tbe city; near two lines of
street cars asd marker. Price moderate and terms
easy. , J, STANLEY JONES,
seli-tf U Seventh street.
OB SALE TWO THBEESTOBY PBESS
- iiutuAuuutif, vii fuuiui, w;innu ., um
O streetssorthwest. nine and ten rooms, bath, all
modern Improvements. J. STAN LEY JO ES
sel5-tf 511 Seventh street.
FOB SALE-TWOSTOBY BBIOK, MAN
SARD ROOF, bay window, tea rooms and
bath; with aU the modern improvements; No. 503
B street southeast. J. STANLEY JONES.
scpl5-tf 311 Seventh street.
T70BSALE THETWO-STOBTAND BASE.
br -log, N 0. 1130 Eighth street, between M and N
stroeu northwest; bay window, ten rooms and bath
room, hot and cold water, marble washstasds asd
mautels throughout; nearly sew and very substan
tially built. Will be sold at a bargaln-and on easy
terms. ' J.STANLEY JONES,
sep 13-If Sll Seventh street.
TjiOB SALE HANDSOME NEW THBEE
X I STOBY residence, ten rooms, all elaborately
frescoedi Italian marble mantels: range Latrobe:
hot and cold water, Ac. Located Is one of the most
desirable portions of the city.
.. - i.oj
au sevenui street.
TJ1ABM FOB SALE SIXTY AOBES OOOD
X grass land: large house, villa style, out-bulld-Ings,
targe spring: would make a first-class dairy
farm: BrookvlUe pike, half mUe from Blair's asd
quarter of a mile from the railroad station.
J STANLEY JONES,
seplS-tf . SU Seventh street.
ffJKjyJ other sums to loan on real estate secu
rity. Apply at once. M. M. BOHRER.
no7-8t SHaeventh street.
QA CMC. S-000- t,000. WE HAVE
iJTiUUUs the above amounts on hand to loan
on real estate. We can negotiate loans at any time
on short notice and at.xeasonable rates. Amounts
ot $10,003 and upwards can be had at 8 per cent,, pay
able quarterly, five years to run.
DOWNMAN A GBEEN,
oca-Ira 412 Sevenih street.
FOE SALE OB EXCHANGE A FINE
1 FARM, containing seventy-three acres, situate
about fire miles north of Georgetown,D. C. : twenty
acres In bard wood and timber; -orchard, 200 peach
trees, 125 apple, 10 or 12 pear-trees, 40 cherry-trees;
fine water; stream through w oodland; good son for
Sraln, grass. Actlmproved by a two-story frame
welling-house, seven rooms, porch on two sides,
outbuildings, bam. stable, Ac. Price, 15,000. Terms
easy-deferred payments at six per cent, interest, or
wlU exchange for good city propertr. .
j; bTANLEY JONES,
oc2g SU seventh street.
PEBEMPTOBY SALE OF SPOBTINO
GUNS. By order- of the consignees, we offer
the balance or the English Breech, asd Muzzle
loading SHOT GUNS at an additional redaction of
prices, at which great sacrifice the whole must be
soldwlililn a very short time. The majority of
thi mare of the well-known English makers, sues
as Greener. Scott, F, Weloy, HoUls, Clabrough,
Ward, Mantos. e. Each Is fuUy warranted. An
early call wlU insure the best selection, as they post
Uvely cansot be duplicated for the prices offered.
8. GOLDSTEIN CO.,
Corner Tenth and D streeu,
oclS-tf Loan Offtee and Commission Brokers.
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE.
Large sums at 8 and 9 per cent.; smaller sums
at 10 per cent. Bouses rented. Property sold at
priMorpubllelWEMAN 4 HANDY.
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
ocir-un st. ciond Building.
BAND CENTENNIAL CHANCE. '
A fortune can be made Is three months. A
large Boarding House. No. SU S street northwest,
for rent cheap. Isqulreof
, B, H. WABNER.
1 Real Estate Broker,
seg Cor. Seventh asd I atreecu.
TJIOB- SALE BUSINESS STAND AND
X DWELLING The three-story brick house,
with, three-story back buUdlng, first floor fitted np
as store-room; water aad gas; corner location; cen-
eral. and In ous of the beat bualneas rjortlons ol
selS-tf SU Seventh street.
3R SALE OB EXOHANOE SS ACRES IK
Montgomery county, Md., t miles from the dry,
and about a quarter of a mile from Linden, a station
on tbe MetropoUtan railroad. Laud of fin quality,
asd good Improvements." E, J.SWEKT.
septs SU Beventh street.
TnOB BALE OB' EXOHANOE FOB OITT
X 'OB COUNTRY PROPERTY A first-class
Drugstore and Fixtures In (he western part or the
cl.y, Elfgant fixtures and no better location lr. the
city for a large fancy drug business. New Soda
Fountain. For further particulars inquire of ' .
sepl-tf . B.M. HALL. SIS Beventh street.
T710BTBADE A FINE BES1DENOE ON
X UNION STBXKT.BBOOKLYN, N. Y., with
Brows' Stoser trimmings. Three stories asd base
ment, also good cellar. Hot and cold water, with aU
other modern Improvements. Bests fbr (6S peg
montlw Incumbrance of O.OOO to be assumedTby
purchaser. Price, SAOJO. WLU trade for unlncum
ma-tf . ' SU Seventh street.
-CIXOHANOE FINE RESIDENCE ON
XU ,Xrle railroad. -WLU exchange for Washington
city property. Good fruit, large house and neces
sary outbnUdlsrs. Distant from New York 8 miles,
near Psterson. New Jersey. Apply to Dr. W. H.
TATLOB. SOS K street northwest. aag25-tf
JbTsale cheap lots and one
sfluare. near Lincoln nark, at about assessed
value to a cenu per foot, B. It. M ALL.
ami sTS Seventh street.
OR SALE TWO FINE LOTS ON A
strwinorw, nearura street, at wcentsper
r. m. hall:
IU Seventh street.
TOB TKAOL OOUNTEY SEAT OF tt
A! acres, north of elty 7 miles, Forest Glea sta
tion on Point of Bocks railroad, finely Improved.
Large bouse, 12 rooms. Bam. eptinnv&c Lawn
and Sne shade. Will trade- for a house or vacant
ground here, Baltimore, Philadelphia or J, ewYork.
anH - B. M. HALL. Wi Seventh street.
T71QB TBADE-3AOEES-ONE HALF MILE
A! from Boundary street, north or the city. A por
tlonbritnne forest. WU1 be traded for a good house,
and difference In incumbrance on house assumed,
tun B. JU HALL, tu Seventh street.
OR TRADE A FINE HOUSE OTJJ
rooms. In bestorder. In fieorretown. Wfllbsi
traded for a farm on She Eastern Shoes of Marvlasd.
Price. 118,000. B.M.HALL.1
auli a . . , 11 seveath street;
XTIOB SALE AN" ELEOANT RESIDENCE
IX1 OnCanltol lllll. n..rfr nw tmntln SlbYSa
feet, lot 73x100, doubl frouv mansard Toof. Bay
windows on each side, fine view of tbe Capitol and ,
HbtiiiuuH tvaMuu la (wdu, aanaeu la uuu
wood, nested With hot air. lmnrnvri rnrn&M hot
I and cold water, and first class In aU details. Caaba
purensscaawess -inas cos. , w ,
, . , J. STANLEY JONES.
oci - ' 511 Seventh street.
-t1 V STBEET SOUTHEAST FOB
oil SALE Three-story asd basement brick
dwelling, ten rooms, bath, water and gas. Price,
3,oco; easy terms. J. STANLEY JONJW,
seCS tf 511 Seventh street.
We offer the foUowing llstof unredeemed pledges
and commission goods at great bargains. Every
article Is fully warranted: . 4
DIAMONDS, solltareand In darter.
. WATCHES, In soUd. gold or aUver cases, Amer
ican, EogUsh, Swiss. . .
CHAlti s. solid 12. 14 and 13-karlt gold.
RINGS, the best assortment In the city.
BRACELETS, solid gold or flUed, avery size.
BETS, all kinds, t 5
STUDS, every kind, solid 14 and 13-karat gold.
SLEEVE BUTTONS, every desIgsT
CROSSES, solid gold asd Roman gold filled.
LOCKETS, lady's or genUemaiTs. of rich de
signs. PINS, every kind, new and second-hand.
EAB-R1N OS, to match the pins or separate.
CLOCKS, American, English or rreacs.
BRON ZES, very fine, some very rare.
SILVEB or sUver-tuated ware.
GUNS. English kreech and muzzle-loading, 10
and 12 gauge, new and second-hand.
REVOLVERS, from p.25 to 113, sdl kinds.
u LASSES, opera, field, spectacles or eye-glasses.
CUTLERY, pocket-knives and razors.
OANES, gold-headed and a few others.
ETC.. is to be seen to be appreciated: Impossible
to describe. AU we ask is a fair comparLon for the
similar goods to Insure a ready sale. CaU and ex
amine before purchasing elsewhere.
S. UOLDSTElfC fc CO..
LOAN AND COMMISSION BROKERS.
se27-tf N. E. Corner Tenth and D streets.
T7K)B SALE THREE HUNDRED AOBES
X ofLAND, or any portion of It, on tbe Point of
Rocks Road, located at or near Forrest Glen Sta
tion, Md., nine miles from Washington. Inquire
of THOS. J. BROWN, Wheatoa P. O., Mol
Also, very cheap, one Lot of 38 acres. an2-w
ABSHATiT. HALL IDE SALE.
This well-known &nd tiodtiIu SmnmrT SAiort. m
a.- iisr: r : t : -
rtrer, ilxteen mllea below Wftsh-
lnjfwn, u. u., Kna opposite jnosnt
Vernon, is now otxereei for Balei
en.eur terms, or will trade to"
cut tmroertr. The Ttlxr eontxlni SroXenM hi1 .mo.
In excellent sUta of culUTatlon; Uu 15,000 youni;
peftcb trees, newly all In bearing;: an orchard of
oTer 100 choice TarleUes of apples ; a well-built old
fashioned mansion, with 12 rooms and spacious
balls, a large barn and seTeral outbolldlnjcs, all la
rood order, and fitted op laeTery wajfor a No.l
The itrer front Is fitted np especially for excrir
slonlsts, and Is, without exceptton. the best loca
tion for this purpose on the Potomac rtrer. There
Is an extenslre lawn reachins; down to the waters
edre, numerous shade trees, arbors, booths, patent
swlnrs. Ac, and a paTlUlon the largest south of
Philadelphia. There Is excellent fishing. bathlnr.
andboatlnrat the Dlace and It Is thought that a
flrst-class Summer lwaxrllnr-hOTisewoiUdpayweU,
as there Is nothing of the kind within KTentT-fiTo
A public road leads down to the wharf in front of
the premises, and is the principal. If not the only,
outlet towaMAft river for fmlU and produce from
farmers In Wines county. The site Is a rood one
for a store, and there Is a bnlldlnjr on the place ad
mirably adapted for such a purpose.
The steamers Alary " asblngton and Arrow, from
Washington, touch at the wharf on their dally trips
downward and upward. The Lady of the- Lake, the
Jane Moselr, the Thompson, and the two Baltimore
boats (the lvashington and the Express) stop at
regular Interrals, and dally excursions are ran to
. the place.
An enterprising party could easily make a for
tune Mth. nand. Apply to
B d. WABNSR, Real Estate Broker,
Jcl-tf Corner Seventh and T streets.
FOR SALE-HOKSE, BTTGOY AK0T1A1V
ESS, in first-rate order. Horse Is. l,W
su.ua. win sxana wiuoui micning, ana u
seiS-tf 3 Ztghth street.
OK SALE-OS A STBEET N. E.
A two-storv frame with five rooma. CLSrr).
Apply to B.U. WABNEB, Seventh and r sts,
A STBEET SOUTHEAST.
A three-story brier, house with u rooms, 111.000.
A three-story brlesr bouse with 8 rooms, li.000.
Apply to B. H. W ABA EK, Beventh and If sts;
B STBEET NOBTHEA8T.
A three-story brick house wlih a rooms, H,orx
Apply to B. II. WARNEB, Seventh audi sts.
B STBEET SOTJTHEAST
A three-story brick house, 10 rooms and store.43,00
A two-story brick house. 10 rooms, 96,000.
Apply to B.U.WABEB, Seventh, and J sts.
C STBEET NOBTHWEST.
Athree-story.brlck house with 10 roons. 9 l000.
A two-story oriek house and basement, 93,300.
Apply to JJ. II. WABNEB, Seventh and I sts.
COLUMBIA STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A two-story house above P street, 93.600.
A three-story house above P street. S3, sou.
A two-stry bouse above O street, 93, 500.
Apply to B7iL4varNEK. Beventh and rata.
COBCOBAN STBEET' XOBTnWEST.
A three-story brick house with 10 'rooms; litoo.1
Apply to B.U. WABNEB, Seventh and X sts,
D STBEET SOUTHWEST.
A two-story house with 7 rooms. 94,000.
A two-story brick house wtth- a rooms, 92.2P0.
iAbply lo,rrfi. H. WABNEB, Seventh and If sts.
DEFBE ES- STBEET.
A two-story brick on noffli side, 12,50), ' "l
A two-story brick on sJUlh side, 93,300.
Apply to B.U. WAORKR, seventh and i sts.
BE SALES STBEET.
Seven elegant two-story houses with 8 rooms and
large yards, 93,000,
Apply to B.U. WARNER, Seventh and T sts.
E STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A five-story brick bouse with 13 rooms, 913,000.
A two-story house with 9 rooms, 93,000.
'Apply to B. H. W ARAEBTBevcnlh and T sti.
E STBEET SOUTHEAST.
A two-story frame house with 4 rooms. 91, GOO.
Apply to B. H. WABNEB, seventh and T sts.
EAST CAPITOL STBEET.
A three-story house with 14 rooms, 97,000.
An old house on a lot, 17x119, 93,000.
Apply to B. H. WABNEBseven Jh and F sts.
F STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A four-story brick house, with It rooms, near
Seventh street, 912.000. .
A four-story brick, with 12 rooms,near Tenth street,
A store and dwelling near Eleventh streetjts.000.
Apply to B. H. WARN EB.Seventh andrsts.
F STBEET SOUTHWEST.
A two-story frame, win rooms, 92,000.
Apply to B. 1L WABNEBTSeventh and F sts.
G STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A three-story pressed Urlct.wlta large lot, 9S.S09.
Apply to B. II. WABNEB; Seventh and F sts.
GBANT ATE., near 7th Boundary.
A n w two-story frame house with 4 rooms, 9700; 950
cash and 913per month.
Apply to B. II. WABNEB, Seventh and T sts.
H STBEET NOBTHEAST.
A store and dwelling, I rooms, 92, 500.
Apply to B. H. WARNER, Bevel, and F sts.
H STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A three-story brick house, near Eighth street, with
10 rooms, 910,000,
A two-story brick, with 7 rooms, sear Seventh
(tree t, 94,000.
Apply to B. H. WARNER, Seventh and T sts.
I STBEET NOBTHEAST.
A two-story brick house.wlth I rooms, 91,800,
BsasU-pplytoB. H. WABNEB,Beventh and F sts.
I STBEET NOBTHWEST.
An elegant residence, bet. td and Id sts., 912,903.
A two-story house of rooms, 93,000.
'A two story frame near Twenty-arst street, 92,000.
pply to B. II. WABNEB, Seventh and F Its.
A four-story brlck,with rooms, 93, 500.
Apply to B. H. WABNXR,Beventh and F sts.
K STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A four-story brick, with 12 rooms, 910,000.
Apply to B, H. WABNEB,acvcnta and T ita.
21 STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A three-story double Tiooje.neaxllUi street, 93,000"
A two-story brick Louse, wlta 7 rooms, near lIJi
Apply to B. H. "WABNKB,Sevesth and F sts.
A commodious and beautiful mansion at 11th street,
Four frames near 7th street, 98.000.
A two-story frame near ttn street. large I0CS5, DOC
A two-story frame nar tth arreet.ll rooms, HOOO.
A frame house wUhSroomsJUTOO. .
Apply to B. B. WABNEB.Sereath and F sts.
A three-story house.wlth a rooms, near tth sareet, (a
Apply to B. B. WABNEB, Seventh ana
. IT STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A neat residence near 14th street, 110,500,
A nice house above Itth sti eet, 90,090.
Two two-story frames near 5th. s tree t-95, 500.
A two-story brick near 7tti street, 92,100.
Apply to B. H. WABNEB, Seventh and F sts.
O STBEET MOBTHWEST.
A new three-story brick with 14 rooms, 811.000. ..
: Applylto B. H. WABNEB, Seventh and F sts.
I PESTsSYXVANIA AITErTUE.
A three-story dwtlling with store front, near Ninth
- street, 911.600. m
A three-story house, near Nineteenth street. 98.800.
Apply to B.U. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
FABK ST., (NEAB Utb E. CAPITOL.)
A two-story freme with 8 rooms, 91,700. -Apply
to B. H. WABNXB, Seventh and F sts.
"FZEBCS ST., (NEAR 14Urfc S STS.)
Anewframe, with T rooms, 93,500. f
Apply to B. H. WABaEg Seventh and F sts.
t ) STBEET HOBTHWIST.
A three-story brick, near Fourteenth, street, wllh a
A two-storv brick with 8 rooms, 94,000.
A two-storr frame with rooms. 94,300.
Apply to B. U. WABNEB, Seventh and F Stt.
1 B STREET NOBTHWEST.
A three-story brick house, near Fourth St.. 91,800,
Apply to Tt. a. WABNEB, Seventh and F 2?
' B STBEET NOBTHWEST. J
A two-story house, near Thirteenth street, K09X""
Aiwmwrj aouc bwtb jganecaui street, 1
three-story house, near Fonrteenlh street, 97.000.
B. u. waksik. seventh and F ata.
- SANSOK STBEET NORTHWEST.
Nos! 1412 and 1C4, each 91,500. - - 1
Apply to B.U. WABNEB, Seventh and Fats.
I T STBEET NOBTHWEST.
No. 1309. a neat two-story brick with a rooms, 14,000;
9300 cash and balance monthly at 8 per cent.
Applyto B.H. WABNEB, Seventh and Fats.
; VEBHONT AVENUE.
A two-story brick with 9 rooms, 98.000.
Apply to B.H.vwABNEIt78eventhand
W STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A targe double cottage, large grounds, Ac., 97,500,
,App(ytoB. tt, ytj&X&B, TSvtnlh,aoilF sliT
StM XKST STBEET NOR-rm-sO'r ,-m
i An elegant mansion, -near B street, sauxxi
y,ApplyJo B. U. WARNEB. SevenuuSd F sti.
; 'ITKST STBEET NORTHWEST.
A threftory brick house with 12 rooms. fSLSW
Apprto B. B. WABNEB. BeventhYud F sta.
- riB8I BTJXEET SOUTHWEST.
l two-story brick with 5 rooms, II.IO.
Apply to B.U. WABNEB, Seventh and Fsts.
SECOND STBEET NOBTHEAST.
A twefstory hoaMi with 4 rooms, 91,800.
Apply to B.U. WARN ER, Seventh, and F sts.
SECOND STBEET NORTHEAST.
A three-story house with 4 rooms. 93,000.
Apply to is. U. WABNEB, Seventh and Fstsw
THIRD STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A two-story frame with 8 rooms and water, 92,000.
A two-story frame bouse, near " s-street carsTfl.BQO.
Apply to B, U. WABNEB, Beventh and F sis.
THIBD STBEET SOUTHEAST.
A two-story frame with 8 rooms, 9L40O.
Anplrto B. U. WABNEB. Seventh and F sts.
FOUBTH STBEET NOBTHEAST.
a two-story house, near A street. 84,000.
A three-story brick house with 10 rooms, 93,090.
A good two-story frame house, 9L20O.
Apply to B.B. WABNEB, seventh and F sts.
FOUBTH STBEET SOUTHEAST.
A two-story corner brick house, with 8 rooms. 15.000,
A two-story brick bouse, nearAstreet.
Apply to B. 11. WABN ER, Soventh and F sts.
FOUBTH STBEET. NOBTHWEST.
Tfin. 4vatnvHsp iims hnsnsnasi ... TT ,.. shsi iuu
A three-story brick bouse, 8 rooms, 92,300.
Appiy to o. a.. nAiLA.it,Deventnanar sts.
"F wis fit isn t ii s Ti i ii. i a svwnai iwi
A brick bouse, near F street, 9Jj5at"
Apply to B.UWABNEiCBeventaaadFsti.
SIXTH STBEET SOUTHEAST.
A three-story brick house, with 10 rooms. 94, 500.
A two-story frame house, with 8 rooms. SLSoO.
Apply to B.H.WARNEB,aevenmlpdFstfc
SEVENTH STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A largo buUdlng at corner or L street. 98X000.
Apply to B. U. WARNER, Beventh aid F sts.
SEVENTH STBEET SOUTHWEST.
A two-story frame, with 8 rooms, 93,000.
A three-story brick, with 10 rooms. 91,000.
A two-story frame, wlih 7 rooms, 91,900.
Apply to B.U. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
EIGHTH STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A two-story frame, near H street, 94,500.
Apply to B. U. WABNEB. Seventh and F sts.
NINTH STBEET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick house, near L street, 115.000.
A rbur-etory house, near L street, 911.000.
T two-story frame, near L street, 92.900.
Apply to B. U. WABNEB, Seventh and F sts.
NINTH STREET NORTHEAST.
A neat five-room cottage, near G street, 82.500
Apply to B. U. TV ABNER, Seventh and F sts.
TENTH STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A two-story frame, with 6 rooms, 82.500.
A two-story brick, with 8 rooms. 93.000.
Apply to B. U. WABNEB, Seventh and F sts.
ELEVENTH STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A three-story brick, nearJTstreet, 910:200.
A three-etorr brick, with 11 rooms. 98,730.
A three-story brick house, with 12 rooms, r.000.
.A three-story frame house, with store. 98,500.
A three-ttory brick, with 10 rooms, 98,000.
Seven new bricks, 8 rooms. 93,500 each.
Apply to B. H. WARNEB, beventh and F sta
ELEVENTH STBEET SOUTHEAST.
A three-story house in Philadelphia Row. 84.500.
Apply to B. H. WABNEB, Seventh and F sts.
TWELFTH STBEET NORTHWEST.
A six-room cottage, 83,300.
A two-story frame, 7 room, 84,000.
Apply to B. U. WABNEB. Seventh and F sts.
THIRTEENTH ST. NORTHWEST.
A two-story brick, with 8"rooms, 83,500.
A two-story frame, with 7 rooms, 92,800.
Apply to B.U. WABNEB, Seventh and F sta.
THIRTEENTH ST. SOUTHWEST.
A two-story brick house, with S rooms, 81,800: tXQ
cash and balance monthly.
Apply to B. U. W ABNEB, Seventh and F sts.
FOURTEENTH ST. SOUTHWEST.
A three-story brick, with 12 rooms, ss.500,
A two-story brick, with 8 rooms, 94,500.
Apply to B.U. WABNEB, Seventh and F sts.
SIXTEENTH ST. NOBTHWEST.
Five booses on large lot, near L, 9S.300; 9200 easlt
andbalance to suit.
Apply to B.U. WABNEB Seventh and Fat.
NINETEENTH ST. NORTHWEST. 3
Two brick houses, with 9 rooms. Ac, 94,500.'
Apply to B. U. WABNEB, Seventh and Fata.
TWENTT-SIXTH ST. NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick, with 6 rooms, 9M0O.
.Apply to B. HTwaRNEB,
se4 Beventh and F streets
FOR SALE OB EENlT
IrTOIT T STREET, (MIOHLEB EOW.V-.
I - tot Bent or Sale-Uouse, containing
seven chambers, parlor, dining-room, kitchen and
laundry. Hot and cold water, with all, the conve
niences of a first-class house.
No. 1210 O street.
noKt Or Boom 4. No. 517 Seventh street
A flft K STBEET, NEAB THE OIECLE
A.rt.JO Tot Sale or itent-Eleven-room house,
finely frescoed and finished from top to bottom; en
tirely new. Turns easy. Price moderate,
SMITH, BIBUE 4 CO.,
oc4-tf 1014 Pennsylvania avenue.
FOB SALE'OB-l-'BENT-A NINE-BOOM
press-brick front house corner of Slxieentx
and P streets; basement, two stories, sfansara roof,
bay window and aU modem conveniences. Also,
two choice lots adjoining house. Terms very
reasonable. T or information apply at 1318 Msasa
chnsetts avenue. se!4-tf
TflOKBALIESCHANQE OB BENT THAT
jay Deautirouy nnisnea xiE3iin u, 1494 14 ,
most eligibly located, and possessing all modern I
Improvements. Halfeash. AnnlvtoW.NOT-J
TINUHAH, corner of Third and K streeu south-
east, or to jr. a. jruaicr. Fort Foot, Maryland.
STOVES, RANGES, &C.
TF TOU WISH TO SATE MONET
STOVES, BANQES, tO,
JOHN MOBAN, 3138 Pa. Avenue.
New SUver Palace, BunnTslde, or Light- ,
mug xxcsicr, to ucat uuw nours. ouiy s.. .
KL.g, Cabinet and Columbia Ranges as J
lo,r aa S1A- Clem Oraele. snlendldl and I
Washington Ranges, 99. A fuU Hue offl
Base-Bnenlnr and Ileatlnr Htnvea. the
cheapest In the dty. Call before purchasing. It
will pay. Bepalring promptly attended to and sat-
laiacuon guaranteeq, oca-aa
Tames JB. Harrover,
I33S FOURTEENTH STBEET N. WJ
Stove, Urates. Range, Houae-Ftix
nlanlns; Good, c.
Jtj-Booflns; and S pontine a Specialty,
g P E C I ALT IBS.
TTBE ON THE HEABTH, Open Stove.
Beautiful Flre-Flace Heater.
New Portable Bange.
AU first class. Each the best oflu kind.
HAYWARD & HUTCHINSON,
827 Ninth street, near the Avenue;
BTOVX AND PLUMBING BOUSE.
STAG'S HEAD RANGE-
The Quickest Baker, the Host Economical Heafer
and Cheapest Range In the market.
BAN QOET HOT-CLOSET BANOE. Something
entirely sew, cheap, good and handy. Just the
range every housekeeper will buy.
Also, Sanford's new Challenge Hot-air TTJE
N ACE; superior to sil others.
At the sole agency of
oc7-3m 820 Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
1423 HEW YOBKAVMUB. 1423
THOS. M. SHEPHERD,
PLUMBING, STEAK AND GAB FIT
The largest asd best assorted designs is the city.
consisting of Chandeliers In crystal, bronze and
gilt; exquisite Toilet and Newel Lights: portable
and reading Lights, Pendants, Brackets. Ac., la
endless variety at Philadelphia wholesale prices.
Of thenewest and most elegant styles Is marble,
slate and carved walnut, and at the lowest prices.
In silver, gilt, bronze asd nickel, of handsome
design and finish.
A dotes different styles, including the "May
flower," "SllTer Palace," "SoelaM' -Boysto
1378." "Baltlmorean," "New .Balto" asd others,
put up U tbe ben manner, and guaranteed to gtvo
satlatactlos. . , . .. . j-
J desire to ean special attention to the "EMPIRE"
range, whlcs cansot be excelled by any range Is the
market for cooking and baking, also for neatlng;
stories above. Also on band the "Penance."
ChUson," "Spartan" and other ranjes at very
For heating and cooking complete wtth fnrnltnre.
Etnas, Monitors, Ac, for the sick rovji.
lam prepared to furnish any style or furnace,
either portable or set In a supericr manner In brick
at reasonable rates.
PLUMBING. STEAM ANB GAS FimNS.
Employing none but the most skillful workmen, X
am prepared to execute all orders promptly, and In.
a superior manner, and at the lowest price.
THOa 24- SIiUJJrJHHJltr,
- 428 NEW TORS: AVENUE.
Ol O W. H. HABBeVEB, Q- n
OAO SEVENTH STREET. OX
Five doors from Pennsylvania avenue north.
STOVES, BANOES, - a
HEP ALBS FOB ALL KINDS OF BTOVEajT
TOLL ASSORTMENT OF HOUSS-FCB.
ttU NISHINO GOODS.
rjTHE WABBEN BANGE AND THE
SPLENDID JTBE-PLACE FUBNACF.
E. F. SIMPSON,
I loot Pennsylvania avenue,
seT-tm Stewart Stovehoase.
, OF WASHINGTON. D. 0.. ,
No. EB9 Beventh St., (under Second National! trjr.1
Capital. .. , ..,.9230,309
JQBB.ABCHEB, J. C. McEXLTTZN.
President. r Treasurer.
Money to loan In, sums to salt on first-class real
estate located In the District or CWuSlsi TWe
"552ilV;'2?Jmated l7tl erapanvrPersotis
having rnonerto loan or&vest.wlHni flrstlasa
applications for loans asd real estate notes tor sal
by applying at the company iostce. Jj25-iy
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