"-"i "tV-1"? J T7 "'W-'-
J V -
V -, - - - T
Ibhmenu In all Brandies affinal.
r-s in (lie District.
, A-Baker, se,ra.-"S-L,a. ave., bet. sth loth sts
EexBuel C. Patmer, S7 Gre-ne street, Georgetown.
Agent foi tinny l'hlladelibla Ale. TnOi
supplied, lp cats and bottles.
ARCHITECTS AND ErTalNEEKB.
Okas. T. Dart Co., CIS 7th It., opp. Pat. OQce,
Hoffman, Franklin Co., Met. Bank Building,
James H. McUtll. S3 Li Droit Building.
W. M. Folndext-, Vernon Row.
y.uryR.ear'e.7-Jir.-t. cor. P o. Dept.
Albert B. Iioerc.ua) street northwest.
Mrs. J. Mlndel3?'-N F street, near 11th.
ATTOK ETa- AT-LA.W.
Chas. Abert an' if tn it . Warner, t-7 F it, N.W.
n. II. lfi-a -USafe afreet.
Blrnev 3tVC3.f M street N. W.
v.s.fTl& Hwa-w-st-i.aw, 458Louk aa are.
vsst Tin street i . tv .
e en If nrnA t)nn. S19 Tth t.
Y ., sear TreMUryTDenartmeet.
iaj 4,lratiieys Duuawg, opposite.
stiggsLo., .xccutlveave.. cor. 13lh ft,
Lewis Jobnsot & Co., Bankers, bur and sell Got
eminent bouds, coin and exchange. Draw bills
of exchange. In suras to suit, on England,
France, Germany, bwcden, Holland. Switzer
land and Denmar-. Banking House, cat. Fena,
are. a&4 1 St., Veraon Place.
-SSft-raan-Alnerlcan Savings Bank and Safe Deposit
Vaults, Ferttwl Buildings, cor. 71b andF sts.
BANK NOTE ESOBATEBS.
Excelsior Bsks oie Company, 142JIew York
avenue John Wcllstood, President, New
York OD - uroadway, cor, Warren it,
Coleman's Onie-ual Bath Booms, 124 8th ft, n. lr
y, rrea. x ibcii. ma swiu, pe- a nw x a-s.
-John A. Blckerton, u 1. street n. w., near 9th.
A.T.Whitlng.-rrawlrt and b'tbleecher,9"tPa. art
first-class Board andKooms.t09E st-.nexrP.O.Dept
SolomonsTA Cb-pman"s Metrepolltan Bookstore, BU
Pa.ae., bri. tth and 19th sts. Constantly on
hand the newest and most fashionable styles of
min and Tnv tAtlnnfrr. Card Tilates. at
some" and wnldlnjr lnrlullons enxrsred to th
highest strie of the art. All the new publica
tions received as soon as Issued
D. A. Brosnau loatholloaMU St.. et.9tllltll
Wb, BallantyrrRcUslous ic.HSTthst.
J. I. Free. r iWKil., opp. Ebultt Hottsa.
BOOTS A KD SHOES.
A. L. HazeltOL C37th St., O. T. Mall.
I.. Uellbrun's heap shoe Store, STth St., ah. I).
H. Fnnk, Boat Maker, 1110 E street northwest.
C. Carroll No Mbecond street nortcast.
Batlonal Brat- Works. 31S, Jls and ED ltth st. a.
w.; Thos. tyvmerTille, manufacturer ef all artl-
em tirmI 1i the Vtmnhlnrand Gas and tjteam
Fitting Business, a roir.plrte st"" of sPluibers'.
Duppues, tv nonstauuron uauu
Olsale, 10O.OH No. lpn ) brick and M,OOONo.l
hard-made lrlck,App tmanJkBro.,112S)aPa.aT
BBOItZMO, UII.DINU, Ac.
IdwardbtoliH 87ih u. shops opp. Patent Once.
penccrian L. ncss Colle ge, 7th and I. sts. 2T, W
E. H. King, l' O st. snil J2 Uth it, n. w.
CABI'ETEr.S AND BDIEDEBI.
Eobt. J. Fleiu g, KS Tcih street northwest.
loreiuD Blct: tMisisinearesde.
CABPE1 II OS, OILCLOTHS, etc.
Wm. S.Mitch tl.SIS llarket Apace. Carpets, OH-
ciotns, ma' tigs, fie
Kntit. it. enbam. no. tiz. ' 8th street n.w
HcDermott A Hros., 310 I'a ave., near M St.
3. C. LaraCi Claim Ag'ts and Brcter,t3 JH st.
B. W. V niuk. 715 15th St.. near TreasurrDepW
Krs. Dr. 11U "srjrcnna er.-also Planet Beaier
Koah Walker to., or Baltimore, 63 Pa. sts
JohnW.-Fraxo U.S. fommlasloner and Examl.
serin Chancery, 609 7th it., under 2d Iat'lBank.
I. HenrrJtlb-r.Aoauthet northwest.
OOJESBT8, SKIBTS, c
Douglas Bro feth and, T sta..Bt. Cloud BnUdlngf.
Corsets, Skirts, and ladles sad OeaUemen's
. Stewart Ccv.-KOng House, KJPeaaa. stj.
SeUes Co. almt Eobiai, M am St., so. or AT.
DRUa BT0REB. .
5. X. DooUr. t3 Ps. are. southeast.
.-HI(lng,aira. are., Waahlnrtoa Hoots
e. U. C.ttmmveor.Htast. anai. i. are.
a." r. Lewis. Jllirmaclit. 1M MtU street, near r
DTK HOUSES. ..-.-
Mrs. M. A. BngRS, H. V. Dye Home,TD9ai it
wVkTWheaUeyT Jefferson sf, lrKfown.
relshelmerAFrankel Steam Dyelaz, c,831Kn
OeorgeC.Maruanllc: Q rt., coraer rifteenth,
Klectrle BeUs and Clocks put np and renal r-
JaVlDTMLEXT orriCES. J-,
Xnrekamp. OBee. Mr. Louise 0. Butler, UD sfc
B. H. Slchols. Engrcm Wr. Lelwlt BsBdlnr.
WmTFSSs, EngT on Wood and Met), 1Z3 Pa.ay.
F, O. UxuZ Card Enrraver. 37 Penna. aTenue.
HermaaBaungarten.lieals. I)lestamps.Z9 Pa.ST.
Adams Kjires COy ZB Pa. ar.. eeo.rVT. Moss, art
Knox's Express, eot Pa. ar. aaatSBrldrest.,eta
FILE HOLDERS. .,....
Troo4rn)C"'P"nt & FUlnc Papera, 70S 9th s4.n.ir.
White Brother. SB Ma. ay. t. w.
Tnxalshed Booms. SUPciinTlTanLsTaTen'ls.
TThyte a Orerman, corner Wi and ttreeta.
on iimiwfut of Gas and Metres. Teato
atreet. uum noura, irwt a m w.
BAS FIXTCBEb, PLOMBISO, Ct
Wm. Eotbwell. Ul B street s. e. Mantels at cost.
6BOGEBY D1UU1.S. ,.x
Ball A Hume. w Market Spsce.
Madame Dubois. Trom Part, 12U peansytranU aTS
HABDWABE ASD COTXEBT.
J. W. KesnedT Co.. 1. ay., bet. 6th and 7th.
hats, caps, rens, Ete.
T. W.BKsoan Practical Halter, 816thst.,bt.HAI
Jojs Inarocd Premium Horseshoeing, No. 631
Ostrcef north west.
bbltt Bouse, r and Uth itreets.
Imperial Hotel, Esu, bet. lh and Hth, . ,
CU James Hotel, European plan. Pa. aye. and 6th s I
CongTesslonalHotel, K J. are. and south B ss,
Tremont House, Ind. a nue andtfd St.
MUllken'e HotrU E and i Kh sts.
rray's. It3 1 st northwest.
HOUSE FBBSISUINB GOODS
Beo. Watts & Co., JH7th rt., aboye Pa. sts.
JaaT B, Hsrrorer, IS3S Hth st. n. w. Befrlgera-
toS Water Coolers, mores. Tin and Hard-
ware. Boonng and Sponttnga specialty,
G. FUcher, bnrg. Instruments, Trasses, 637th st
WnrdemannAoo.. reirof2MDel aye., northeast
IKSCRAIf CE OrFICES.
Arlington Fin. Ins. Co., ISSPenn. aye. B. w.
Wm. L. Bramhall, Gen. Fire Ins. Agent, COT 7th tt.
rf.nf A Co.. Wen. Ins.Agests.9M It st.,nearlOth
a. Goldstein A Co., corner Tenth and D streets.
W. D. Glenn, e 9th St., opp. T. M. C. A. Building.
3, karr, e Pa. aye...Watches and Clocks repaired.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
K. C. Wearer, Justice of the Peace and Conyey-
. C. Mills. 8S La. aye..a Uo Notary and Comm'ri
nrn fsiiVK DEPOTS.
t. J. May, Paris Kid Glove Depot, 93 Fesns. ays
Tlorrls Peters, US Fa, ave., star Hi St. FhotO
XcyesACo.,eor.llth.and V sts. Close carriages
for wedding calls andxccepUona. Boarding; and
livery stablea. WsUard's hotel sttblea,
Allison K alloc lr.. ISM to 133d E st. n. w,
n. Bolttstela A CO., cor. 10th and D its.
K. HeldsnbeiaejvISt Pa. aye., cor. Uth St.
LOO KTHOOLASSES.PIC. FRAMES,
ItShclsMatPi 123 Ra-arc sear ltthst.
Wm. McLean,' Dealer In l'rne sad Hsrdwottl mm.
Wsshlnrton Mattress Factory. KB D street.
KERCH ANT TAILORS.
John A. tarnon. 817 Tth st., op. Post Once Dept,
rs. C. Stratton Mlll'rDresiMrrOirT.I,e,
JUderney. : E st. ; Milk and Cream delivered dally.
J. Collins, S3 10th- wir, Cream, Ac, delivered.
H. H. Honpler, 3 Pa. ay cor. W St.
OKHAMEHTAL IROS WOBKS.
John A. Hayward. W rought and Cast Iron Ball
ings, 1U4 Fourteenth street northwest.
raul Leary. Ornamental Plasterer, 633 F st, N, W.
Armor A Montrop, s and SOS D street northwest.
-. B. Parker A Son. 733 Thirteenth street northwest,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, 4c.
-Seorge Byseal. Jr., 639 DsUeet northwest.
Beo. Hill, lr 4J2itnth street N. W., Mansiae-
wrerand Wholesale Dealer In all kinds of
Paper. Mills n Water ard Potomac streets,
K. Morrison. 806 L) St.'-
n a mT a n-srwrs.
' Joan J. HaUted.Ui7thu, lateOrosbr.H. A Gonld
Brady's NaUoual Portrait Gallery, 625 Pa, st
JtelcheBbatIC C31h rt., a few doors aboye Fa.
SsJieuDavls A Co!Ts Pianos, 8U Ulnlh st. N. W.
PLTJMBEB9-AND GAS FITTEBlt.
( ienry a., uruit... .uiu, ue n. ...,
4. B. Fltxhsxh, Plumber anO-Gasstter.D M st.7I.XV
Bepubllcan JobOtace, cor. Pa.' av. and Uth it.
SEAL ESTATE A U EXT? BBO KEBI,
A. L, Barber A Co., Le Droit I J 3.E. Dealers.
TS, M. Hall, S17 7th st,, pop. Post Office Dept.
ChasVll.Moulton, sriV(i.SiW.,la DrolfBulld'g,
Xr a Itnhwr siiTthxl-.OTiD. P. O. Dent-
Sdwln J. Sweet, silTta iVfopp. PostOOce Dept.
Wot. J. Cook, 715 istb. iUl p. wgp ' co.'s nana,
. K. Wltsmt,.iwi TTninrrri. oppr. ajatoi.
tB7,000,6coworth of property and stock for sale or
exchange for goijKrml-tstsla -by Brslstord A
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS.
erman American -Savtngs Bank" Safe Deposit
Vaults, FederalButldlnrs, cor. rta.aad T sts,
T. J. BteerWheeler-AWllsoa's Improved, 70S st.
The Wilson and all other kinds cor. 7th and H its
BHIKT FACTOB Y.
.Thompson'j, Le Droit BalUUng; finest Dress Shirt
toorderjss.05. J ,, ,i
Sdward Btolpe, sasTttfaC? op. Patent OBea,
sSaurerU. (17 Jth swop. .Patent Office.
STOKE TABDS, n .,
it.t.fi CoTTcor. North Capitol and Z sts.
F Batteries, Wires aIsig?i,13g" ' J4Tasrd,
IB. is street, curuu wt..
TOBACCO AS 9 CIUABS.
w c cigars. Best o an. saxr str. s. w.
g.Jeff. Cowle's Cigar P yii, SO Jth St. s. w
CMBBELLA A FABASOL MAHCT
joha Sogers. SUP st. ?t.W.l.nobianehatnrs ,
IT MEDICAL BOOS A3D SE-
ior ladles sad cents. Bent free for two
tSress Bt. Joseph Medical IssUtuuC Bt'l
JFOR THE LADIES.
r v r. Ji i n a OF
LADIES' DSESS FUjOSij
Full and complete stock just opened,
BEAL 8K1K SACQUI3,
FOB TEISIMUfGS, c. Lowest prices.
B. H. STINEMETZ,
Hatter and Furrier. 137 Penn. avenue,
oelt- ext to corner of Thirteenth st.
WE SF.T.T. THE
WIIEELEB A WILSON,
OBOTIR & BAKES,
SECOB, BLEES, AMERICAN,
WILCOX 4 GIBBS.
RENTING, EXCHANGING, REPAIRING.
McKENNT & CO.,
oca-tf a Ninth st. northwest.
1876 rALL opeikq 1876
Pji ' U DIES' SHOES f.
6102iurxHsniurr, (opposite Patent 02cc.)
A fine assortment of LADIES' SHOES, of our own
make, at prices 1 o suit the times.
EnglUh Sealskin WALKIU BOOTS.
English and French Kid BUTTONED BOOTS.
Srrench Goat and Irebble BUTTONED BOOTS,
THE BEST IS THE WOULD FOB THE MOKET.
French Kid, light PUMF-SOLED BOOTS, for
parrf or carriage wear the handsomest boot In
Washington, weighing onlyflve ounces.
Also, Ladles' CUSTOM WORK made to order at
short notice, and a perfect nt guaranteed. se30-3m
PROPOSALS FOB SUPPLIES.
rATMASTEB'S OmCE, NAVT YARD,)
KiTTEsr, Me, Nor. 6, irrs. (
Proposals Is duplicate, sealed and indorsed on
the envelope, "Bid for Supplies advertised," will
be received at this office until 1&S0 o'cloct FBI
DAY, November 10, for the following supplies of
the best quality, to be delivered free of expense
at the Navy Yard, Kittery, Me., subjest to the
usual inspection, yii:
Itt'HEAU OF YARDS AND DOCKS,
40 tons (2,210 lbs ) best quality fine English
3 tons (2,240 lbi ) Straw, long, loose.
770 bnthels Corn Heal.
The Hay and Straw to be delivered in thirty
days from order. The Meal to be delivered in
monthly supplies as ordered. The quantities de
livered to be paid for at the weights of the Navy
The right Is reserTcd to reject any or all bids
that may sot be -deemed advantageous to the
Qovernmest, and to award each article or Item
separate, as may be most to its interest.
Responsible security required for the prompt
and faitlilul delivery of supplies swarded- within
the time s pecihed.
Blank forms will be furnished at this office and
bids opened at the hour above named, when par
ties Interested are invited to be present.
novS-td Paymaster V. S. Nary.
Proposals for marble tiling
i ob t1if cmted htates oenebal
post office. washington. d. c.
Orgies or SorEKViBina Abchitect')
Washiwotox, D. C, Nov. 1, 1876. I
Sealed proposals will be received at this office,
until 12 m. of the 11th dav of November. 187J.
for white and black marble tiling and bordering.,
required lor me Dascmenioi ino united oiatcs
General Post Office, Washington, D. O.
Copy of speciscatlosADd schedule, and any ad
dltional lnlormstloa, may be had on application
at this office. "vr -.
. - , JAMES rj.HrLL.
no3-Einsr l opervlsljiriirciiiteel."
PROPOSALS TDK MATERIALS FOB THE
UNITED STATES NAVT YABD.LEAOUE
ISLAND, PIIILADELPUIA, PA.
Bcbxav or Yazss in Doers,
WABHIIQTOJ. D. G Oct. IS. 1676.
Sealed nronosals. Indorsed uProiosals for Mate
rials for League Island Navy Yard," addressed
to the Unlet cr the Bureau of Yards and Docks,
Navy Department. Washington. D. C.wlll be re
ceived at this Bureau until 12 o'clock m. on the
16th day ot NOVEMBER, A. D. 1876, for furnish.
!ng and delivering et the United States Navy
Yard, League Island, Philadelphia, Pa., free of
all expense to the Government, the articles em
braced In the following classes, xls.:
Class No. 1, Bricks; Class No. 2, Lime; Class
No. 3, Hydraulic Cement; Class No. 4, Building
Sand; Class No. 5, Cast Iron Columns, Plate
Iron Girders and Rolled-Iron I Beams.
Printed schedules, in which the materials and
article! required are embraced, with form of oiler
and guarantee, will be furnished on application
tothe Bureau, Commandast of the League Island
Navy-Yard, ssd Purchasing Paymaster at Phils
Bonds and security In the full amount of the
contract will be required, and the Boreas re
serves the .right to reject any or all bids, as the
interests or the Government may require.
J. U. -HOWELL,
orta-td Chief of Bureau.
TT S. NAVY YARD, WASHINGTON.
U COMMANDANT'S UrFICg,
October 23, 1876.
For the purpose of submitting for examination
and test to a Board appointed by the Navy De
partment with the view of establishing a standard
Hose for use in the United States Navy, manufac
turer! of Cotltm-Canvat, Rubber-Lined Hose are
hereby invited to deliver In this Navy Yard, by
the 1st aNovember next, free of sny expense to
the Gorernment,spccimens of saldhose, in length!
of twenty-five (25) 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 C. FEBIGER,
oc23 Commodore U. S. N., Commandant.
Cokmakdabt's OrncE, October 27, 1S7S.
The foregoing Is so far modified that samples of
all lindt 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. FEBIGER,
Commodore U. S. N., Commandast.
PROPOSALS FOR MATERIALS TO BE
BUPPL1FDTOTHE NAVY YARDS UNDER
THE OOMZANCE OP THE BUREAU OF
CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR,
NAVT DSPASTStnCT, )
BuasAC or Oossteuctiom asd Ektair, V
Wasbiaotov.D, C, September 23,1878. J
Sealed proposals to furnish timber and other
materials for the Navy for the fiscal year ending
June 80, 1877, will be received at this Bureau until
12 o'clock m. of THURSDAY, November. 18,1378,
at which time the bids will be opened.
The proposals must be addressed to the "Chief
of the Bureau of Conltruction and Repair, Nary
Department, Wathington," and must be indorsed
"Propoials for Tmter, i c, for the Kavy," that
they may be distinguished from ordinary business
To prevent confution, ani facilitate the opening
of the bide, psrite bidding for tuppliet at ecperal
lords irUt enclote their bide in leparale envelopes
for each yard, indorted with the name of the yard
for which the bid it node. '
Printed schedule! for such classes as parties
deal in and Intend to hid for, together with Is.
itructlont to bidders, giving the forms of proposal,
of guarantee, asd of certificate of guarantors,
with printed forms of offer, will be furnished to
such persons as desire to bid, on applies ties to the
Commandants cf the respective Navy Yards, and
those orall the yards on application lo the Bu
reau. The Commandant or each Navy Yard, sod the
purchasing Paymaster for each Station, will hare
a copy of toe schedules or the other yards, for ex
amination only, Is order that persons who Intend
to bid may judge whether It Is desirable to make
application lor any of the classes 01 those yards.
1 he proposals must be for the whole of aclass;
but the Department reserves the right to reduce
the whole class, shouia the Interest Of the Gov
ernment require It, before the execution of the
contract. -All applications for lnformatlos, or tor
the examination or samples, must be made to the
Commandants ot the respective yards,
Bidrer offeri will bt received only from par
tie who ere eons Jlde dealers in, or manufao
tvrtrt of, the crticlee they offer tournUK The
Esrantorsmust be certified by the Collector of
tersal Revenue for the district la which they
The contract will be awarded to the person who
makes the lowest bid asd gITes the guarantee re
oulred bv law. the Navy Decartmest. however.
reserving the right JoreJect the lowest bid, or
asy which it may deem exorbitant.
t jtdcr the provitione of section 5722 of the Re
vitei' Statutist, the" offer of any perton who, at
principal or surely, ess teen a defaulter-in any
precious contract -with the Xavy Department wilt
not be received.
Sureties in the full amount will be required to
sign the contract, snd their responsibility must
be certified to the satisfaction ot the Nary Do-,
As additional security twenty per .centum will
be withheld from toe amount of the bills until the
contracts shall hare been completed, and eighty
per centum of the amountof each bill, approved
Is triplicate by the Commandants ot the respec
tive yards, will be paid by the Paymaster of the
station-designated in the contract, or. If none Is
specified, by the Paymaster orthe station nearest
the yard where the goods are delivered, within
ten days after the -warrant .for; the same shall
'bare been passed by the Secretary of the Tress.
The daises of this Bureau are numbered asd
designated as follows:
No. L White Oak-Logs; No. 13, White Pise
Flask, Boards; No. 18, White Ash Oars; No. zy
Cypress, Oedar; No 24, White Oak Staves and
BeadlsglrNO. 25.' LtgBtmwitsrr No:, w, steel;
No. st-Iron Wronsrht NailiJfo. 39. Iron, Out
, screws, Ol urass ana' iron; no. eu, rues: no.
u, AugersrNo: fa. Tools for ship stores: No.83,
Tools fornse'ltf yard and snowlfoifrLIlard-.
ware; Not-M.-Whlte-Leadf No.5TrZlneTPalntj
No. 68, Colored -Paints. Dryers; No.i M, Linseed
Ot.- No. eo. Varnish. Sou-Its TsroenUneiilta. J-
Sirau and Lara, Oil: No. ,64, Tallow, Soap; No
es, Fish Oil; No. 68, Glass; No.t 8.Brusbes; Jfol
lu. Dry uooas lorspsoisiensg; no. .A,auuioaery;
No. 72, Crucibles; No. TS. Ship Chanalery j No. It,
Adds; No. 75. liosln,. Pitch, Crude Turpentine;
No. 77, Belting. eckipp tih.n, Lesther; No. S3,
Charcoal: No. 89, WoooV -
The following are the classes, by the numbers,
required at the respective navy yards: .
Nos. 13. 25. S?. 43. 48. 60. S4-43. oi o&Sl C9. 70. 73.
74.S5. ,: - ., V .
" BOSTON. L '
. Si, U. r. 42, 48, 4J. 60, S2, IS, 84, to, (7, S3,
i, 63, 64, :8, OS, 70, 71, 7S, 7. 7i, 77, 7i.
M, 85, l
T. OS. 22, 42, 43, tt, 67, 6. 69. CO, 63, 6S, 75.
LEAGUE ISLAND, i '
Nos. 25, C8.SO. 4J, 48,49. 60,62,63, 64, 60, 63, 64,
68, 69, 70 71, 78, 76, 17, 78. M. ,
,r Nos-22, &. 4. 40. 60. 61, 62, 63, 64. M, 67, 68, 6,
'to, 63, 64, 9, 68, 70, 71.M. 73. 74, 76, 77, , SB, S3.
N0F. 52,25, C 39, 48, 49, 60, 82, 63, U, M, 87,65, J9,
60, 63, , 68, 3, 70; 71. 73, 77, 7J.
' , MAKE ISLAND.
N0l.n,4, 38, , 43, 48, 49,64, 68, 64, , 87J8. 69,
so. es, eves, os,ov, jw,is, is, is. sc.
wii'MWFSt,ttfe ! ,waiiaaTOK- -c-
GEORGE T. KEEN,
414 ninth Street,: J
Begs leave to Inform the public that. In order to
be up with the present state of the nnamtil depres
sion of the times he has decided to
EEDIXE THEFBICK 07 Brsn.TS3;SUn3"
TO $25 AjSTDr$30.
All Garments made to order, as he keeps so ready,
made goods. sepl5-3m
Kercbant Tailor and Gent's FtiralSB
UU T street northwest,
fcu received a very elegant assortment ol
FALL AND WINTEB GOODS,
And Is prepared to make them up Is the latest
styles at moderate prices. sepll.tf
fLate of the Ehbltt House. 1
tiki pleasure is announcing to his mends
and the public that be has removed his place
VI DUSU1CM W
1221 F at. N.W., eor. Tblrteenth and F,
WHERE HE HAS THE
FINEST SELECTION OF GOOD
this side or New York, which he'll prepared o
make up la
St prices to suit the times,
ag-CALL AND BE CONVINCED. apll-U
T71VANS A EVANS. RICHARD rSTUABT
-Hi EVANS, RICHARD 'P. EVANS,,AttOrneys-at-Law,
Post Office Box 1CH. Offices corner nith
and D streets northwest, opposite City Hall, near
Columbian Law Building, and 107 East Canltol
.Street, near the Capitol. se3Q.tr
B. E. "WARNEE?,,
Corner Seventh and F Streets,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
Os Qood Real Estate Security Is Bums to Salt.
rROFZRTY BOUGHT AND BOLD.
KxrzBxxCES: Asy Banking House Is Wash
Qeneral Claim and Collection Agent,
S313 M street northwest.
DISTBIOT CLAIMS A SPECIALTY.
nou-tf . -
Wit A. COOK,
NO. MOU LOUISIANA ATENUE,'
iH'Mj-nce la theSnpremaCoort of th Unttad
atea. Court ArClalsn.oupmneC-srt or ti Dt.
IctofColumtrlajOomiuTUeesof Congress sadDe '
partmena of the t
ta Tour-and-a-hair street, 'TCsshlngtoa.D. 0.n
Practices In the Courts of the District and Prises
Oeorge's county. Md. . dett-tf
T B.. HERS OS.
CLAIM ABENT AND CONVEYANCKB.
Northwest comer Ninth and (i streets northwest.
ueeda, Affidavits and other Legal Papers prepared
and acknowledged. -Notes protested. Office hours,
from 8a.rn.toS p. to. . 3 ric jyis
ALTIMOEh. AND OHIO BAILBOAD.
a. H. lave wasninrum- i
6:00 Baltimore, EUlcott City and Waystatlons.
. Baltimore, Annapolis and Way stations, Pola
of Rocks, asd Intermediate Buttons, Mala
1:13 Baltimore and Alexandria Junction. Bauds
atops at Alexandria J unction.
8:10 N'xw Yost, PniLADlLrniA AX9 BOSTOlt
rnKSS. Pulmaa Parlor Cars, (ausdaj stops
8 JO Baltimore and Way Buttons.
8.t Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis asd Pitts
burg Express. Parlors asd Sleepers.
Frederick. Hagerstows asd Valler road.
Parlor and Sleepers. No connectles for
9.00 Point of Bocks and Way Buttons. Harrtsos.
burg and Way Stations, Valley Branch.
Piedmont and Way BUtlo&s, Mais stem;
MB New YcmKAXDjJosTOjr Ltmitid xxntxas,
and all Eastern cities. No stops except at
Relay for through passengers Baltimore
and Philadelphia; Sunday to Baltimore and
12:15 Baltimore, Way Stations, EUlcott City asd
1:40 Nxw Tons, Pnn.Acii.rmA Aim Noetoli
Extrejss. AlexandrU Junction. (nSus
day all way sutioss an Baltimore only.
8 JO Baltimore asd Way Buttons. Rrederlik via
4J0 BaxTuiOEZAnLAuazt, xzraxsa.
4:30 F-ederlck and Point or KOCU.3TU KetropoU-
tan Branch.) Connects on Saturday for Ha.'
gerstown and Winchester.
i: Balttmore. Annapolis and Wsy Buttons.
SuO Baltimore and Way Stations to Annapolis
6.4S CIHCIUKATI ASD L0CISY1I.LI EXTBX88.
(Exeept Batnrday) Hagerstows and Win
Chester, bleeping can to Cincinnati and
f 8:50 Point of Bocks and Way Buttons.
T.il Baltimore and Way Buttons,
7.35 Pittsburg, Chicago, and Columbus,
:S Balttmore, Alexandria Junction and Relay:
10:00 NwYBtADFnrtADixrniA -NIGHT EX
raxsg. Bleeping cars to N ew York.
10:06 Baltimore- and way Buttons to Annapolis
llttS Br. louis, Chicago and Cincinnati ex.
rsxss, and to Louisville on Saturday,
f:in, 1:10, 8:40, 9-20 a. m. 140, 4:43. 5:30, 6'IS. 7:00,
7:15- 7.25, :2l, 10.-00. 10:05anill.45p.m., dally.
AU other trains dally, exeept Sunday, ti i
No connection on'Bunaay for Hirers town.
Valley Branch, or for New York and Philadel
phia &t A. 10 a. m. and 1:40 n. m.
For further Information apply at therBalttBorf
anaunioueketomces, wasmngton Duura,ina
sol and 608 Fenssytvasla avenue, and No. 618 Fif
teenth street N. w., where orders will be takes for
baggage to be checked sad received at any point la
u THOS. K BHABP,
-, Master of TrassponatUnu
L. K. COLR fJeseral Ticket Agest,
OEO. B. KOONTZ. GraeraX Agent.
HE DOLLAB BATED.
CHEAP BA1XRO AD TICKET OrnCX.
Railroad tickets bought or'sold.'to'or.frojnaa
points, at a-Teduction-uponany-offlte-ordepotta
Ihlseny. Apply to SL D. WHITESIDE..
8S7 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. Is the candy
store. Washington, D. O. lala-ty
1876. GREAT 1878.
TO THE KOBTH, WEST'AKD SOlIHrVKST.
Donble Tgaek, Bteel Balls, Splendid
Scenerx, Hasjnlflcent Equipment.
Trains leave Washlngtoa,-rrcn Depot, coraer of
Dixu ana o atrceu,aa- aouowss
For Pittsburg and the. West, 8 a.m.,
dallv. with Parlor- CJar at Plltsbur;
T'3 p. m., dally, with Palace Carlo
Chicago, and ILW a. m,, daily, exeept Sunday,
BaltlHioreoi Potomac BallroafL
TorCasasdalgua, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Pans
asd the N orih, I a. m., dally, except Sunday; asd
I.Op. rn, dally, exeept Saturday, with Palace
Cars, to Wstktns. Tor Erie, Canasdaigca, Buf.
falo, asd Klagsra "alls, lt-so s-m., dally, excen.
Toriiew York and the East, 1:3J a. m. and t-C p.
-m.. OAlly, with Palace Cars attached; Limited Ex.
. press of PuUmaa Parlor Cars,8s a. mr, -daily, ex
cept unoay. 'lor
Bew York asd the East, 8-03 a. m. asd 110 p. m,,
daily, exeept Busday, with Parlor Cars attached.
For Philadelphia, 8.-0J a.m. and 1:J p. m.. dally.
p. m.. dally. Limited Express, 93 a.m., dally,
Aecommodatloa for Baltimore, tn prra.,daSy,
exceptBssday. .- --. wt - a -.
Tor rope's Creek Line, 7:10 a. m. asd 430 p.m..
Tor Annapolis, laad.ll0a.. m, tad idO.p, aui.
1I.IIJ, , li fcy. w.im.ll p
Aleianrlrla &Irerlertetobrir- RalHraj
'Tor Alexandria, 8:15,6,7, 80, S, 10, U a. s,,I,:t
-,, W, MM , il. MU W. WIU.UJ b . Jlh, a
sstf, p. m. .. . r. .- , . t
Tor the Bouts, Tla Rich-sound,' 2 fS a, mi lUriytand
1 vU Lynchburg 7.1 1 a. m. ana C00 p. m. dally. , . .
Trains leave Alexandria tor Wasnlsxtoa e, 7. a, 8,
10, D a. m. . 1, 8, t:, s, asdy p. m. Tub Sunday at
- 7 asd 10 a.m., and 8:00 p. m a n-"
Tteketa. Information hlaenlsSF and Parlor Cars
.accommodations can be procured at the offlces:
Aortseast corner ox Auizteenui street ana renn
sylysnla avenue, northeast coraerof Blxtntreet
and pesssylranla avenue, asd at the depot! where
orders can be left for. 4ha cheeking of baggage to
destination from hotels asd residences.
JTRANK THOMBON, D. M. BOYD, Jr. .- -aji-tf
-TxrASHINQTOH.AND OHIO BAILBOAD.
BUSQrEB- ABB"BEXI.1T, BIULMS1HI
... ,.( A'NilAPBIL!, 1875. )7J
'SUNDAY. BETWErW ALKXAN
DJUA AHA BUUHU X11A.IX. . '
T,- Washington at S.su m-asd Sn. mr. and
Alexandilaat9:lSa.m, asd 4:10 p.rs.; pass Lees
burg, golsg westward, at U30 a. m. and tsop. m.
and arrive at Round Hill at II m. asd 7 p.m. Leave
Round Hill at 5 JO a. m. 11:30 p, m pass Leeshurg, ,
going eastward, at 6 a, m. and 1:10 p. m. and arrive
at-AIexandna 8.15 a.m. and 1:15 p, m., and Wash
lngton at 8.30 a.m. andl'SOp. m. --
aa-1'asaeugers from.'Waahinrton will take the
Washington asd Ohio ears at the Baltimore and
Potomae railroad sutlon at 9 a. m. asd 4 p, m., and
go tbrousjs W stOBna xuiawiuiwa. c4i4jbuicis,
The m a. is. train frjui Alexandna and D. B,
-.train from ,Eound Hill, connect at Round Hill
with Harris' pally Line of Coaches for Snickers.
Tille, B-rrrvLue asd winenestera-so,wiinisea-aer's.
lawith aisso-.'sl-ln)fiSafts for-ralrtaz:
uourt-nouse. .,. . ',.
e-oeral Ticket AgeaS, '
ftEEtTKLIOAN. THUJRSb AY MOtfIre JOV-EMBEB 9. 1876.
I THE USEFUL ARTS.
HOUSE SIUIT AMD OBNAMENTAl.
BS LonlHiaa avenue, bet. sixth sad Seventh sis,
Jobbing promptly atteg' led to. aus-tf
7IN-PLATE AND 3HEET-IBON
I " wi7
ztooung ana dpouudt. aiores ana
--ir t the low nt nrlrea. R. VL O.
4i8iereii;h treet HfrxUiwest. juT yrort: yrxx
a, ariaSerfeawiBiteenCI, Strrtl.
SEPAVRrwfi rn all Its branches.
AU cerclages lenMBSajCtv storage
or cvnuuuivH m
Wo. 7UUukelirietweA SereaUiand Zlxli.
a-tf ttreeta northwwt-
BOOKBINDER AND PAPER-RULER,
Bo. 371 Pennsylyanla are., bet. Tentls
ssxtd Elerentb ata., Routa Me."
aVBooiselegantlyor plainly bound. Periodicals
and Nawsnaittri earafullv attaadad ta.
aTassacbmetts Ave., Bet, TUtrteenUs
sal FoorteexrO St.'
CBeCdence 1718 Fourteenth street northwest. I
AU work executed proatpttT sad faithfully.
rUSTH'S PATENT (STEEL) SOLE AND
O HEEL PBOTECTORB-Make your Boots and
bhoea Ust twice as long, prevent slipping, reuln
shape, Ac. Tor sale everywhere, and by the In
Teutor. E. S. JUBTH. 61S D street northwest. Good
InducemenU offered tore-sellers. jocis-tl
S. M. FASSETT,
(rOEiriHLT or cmcAoo,)
925 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
OALLX&T ASK STUDIOS Ori3 FEXS TO AU,
A. R. SHEPHERD & CO.,
1U7 Pa. Ave. ana 407 Twelfth St,
FIUMBEBS, BTKAM ASD GAS FITTEBS,
AND DEALERS IN
Plnmbera' andOas Flltera Katerlnls,
Untitles, Chandeliers. Statuary,
Banco, Farnaces, Heaters, site.
Alex's R. SnirnrcD.
j Mo. Ml D Btret, near ltewls
t Jopnuon A Co.'M Bintt
AH ICUH UUM 19 en liaVfitl mold At m rreavt rBdtu
;!, AUanr otAen mAe by deHru of ii Ute
Wg- AiBV &n WWTBH niilAg 1W IrH AAAAAAJaViM
' - TELTX DESFOSSE, .
The welt-known and only French baker Is Wssh-Inttos-hss
removed to No, SOU H street, between
Twentieth asd Twesty-nrst streets, near Pesuyl
ra&la areauv where, in a house expressly bmllt
for the purpose, he has greater ra-tllOea than baforw
for the manufacture of. the best French asd Ameri
Trench Bread a specialty. Liberal terms offered
to hotels and dealers.
M. B. Trench bread Is recommended for persons
or delicate health., especially .for those suffering
OONFISEHIE PARISIENNE. JEAN B,
OAUTRON, 80S I street northwest, .between
Eighth and Ninth streets, manufacturer of Pine
yrench Coofectlons. N. B,-I guarantee my Can
dies to be pure and always fresh. Ureat variety.
Prices moat rate. oca-lm
QOLTJHBIA BASK BOTE COMPAST.
o. SOS Fennswirxtla ATeaaa.
Wi are prepared with every facility for
BANE NOTES, BONDS AND OOJIMEROIAI
WOBS OJT EVERY KIND, ha.
W. H. PHILIP, Piestdent.
OEO. Tj. JONES, Vice Preatdest.
JOHN' W. WATERS, Secretary.
JOHN At. VAN BU8KIRK. Treasurer.
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National Portrait Gallery,
a, ess PennsylVsvnlst Areaae, Bat.
Sixth and Serenth Street.
Jtr. Srady has the pleasure of aanouaclngr to sis
friends and the public that he has returned to Wash
ington and reopened his gallery. He will be aided,
by a corps orthe best artists, and will avail himself
of all the recent Improvements in the photographic,
art, Br. Brady will give his personal atteattoato
his patrons dally from a a. m. till i p. so.
WM. B. EUTWTSUE,
Oor. Pennsjhania Avenue and Twelfti St,
sxalxx nr nrsa
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
Sponges, Brashes, Soaps, Perfumerr, Etc
THE UNITED BTATESaOVERN-MENT AT
- THE 1NTEUNATIO.NAI. f.MlllllTlON UP
1S7. . .
k WAsrniraTO!-, D.O.,
O. I73 r BTSIXT KOBTHTVSST,
Sealed viroDO-ala are hereby Invited for the rur.
chase and removal of the following buildings
-erected by the United States Government is eon.
section with the International Exhibition, tIs.:
L The Government Building at intersection of
Belmont and Fountain avenues, in Exhibition'
Ground-, built of framed Umber, with iron roof
truss; felt roof and glaied sides; la formofLatln
cross; central nave and aisles, ttttxlfiv feet; tran
sept, SOOxlOO feet: cupola at Intersection sur
mounted" by lanternfwhole area, 102,810 square
feet. Building to be sold as It stands, without
exhibits, shafting or rasflxtures.Tailroad tracks,
fire-plugs, hose apparatus or lightning rods, and
to be removed as soon after February 1,1877, as
possible. Suitable for foundry, ear-shops, ice
bouse, Ac Proposals will be received at No. 1733
' "f" street, Washington, D. C, until 3 pu. Jan.
uary is, 1877, when they will be.openedj.nd award
2. Hospital Building, north, of above, size 2ax3
feet, and addition ,40x14 feel, two stories high;
capacity, 24 hospital beds.'wltn rooms for dlspen
sarr, offices, store-rooms, kitchen, Ae. -To be sold
as It stands and removed as soon alter February
1, 1877, as possible. Suitable for farm dwelling.
Proposals will be received, as shore, until 3 p.m.
January 18, 1877. ,, v s t -
- S.I Frame structure at corner Elm avenue and
Fllty-Crst street, to be removed by December 25,
1878, all cellars, wells or other- excavations to be
filled up and leveled off by the purchaser on or
before that date.' Proposals will he receivedas
above, until S p. m. Jf Dvember SO, 1878. ' r ' ' -
4. Frame structure on the encampment ground
near George's Hill, in the Exhibition Qrounds,
used as water closets) to be remored immediately
'after sale. Proposals wUl be received, as above,
untll!p.mjNovemberSO,1878.J. c -. , '
8.1 Frame building, with brick foundation for
one boiler, used ferine s tsamjirea-or fog-horn;
to be removed Immediately after sale. Proposals
.will be received 'as above until November, so,
Esch bid mutt be 'accompanied 'bra certified
-check for 10pereent.orthomo.nt.bldUhachocJt;
to do loneiieu so me uuvcracucu. tu cio .vu
bidder shall neglect cr refuse totobmplete-the
purchase by mil payment within flye days alter
notice of neceptgsee of his bid, and no work of re-'
movaltobebrgun urrtil full payment 18 made.
Toe Government reserves the right to reject all
'bids lot deemed satisfactory., . '
All desired Information in restect to the Gov.
ernment Building may be had upbn application
"to thls-Ccej-OT-to-LTxTUTV-BEflKf fllET-"j
vara i uiiixauuiu.i omiuiMS. m .n.jo. . a vw
J.J. WOODWARD; Atmr ilealcal -Museum,-
Twasmngtos, ai. u., or to Aoat, ouitu-.u.u.
TTABROW, at the "BtaWliH fa regard o the
Elmtvesue property and water-closeuTofCAJT.
JOHN F. BODGEKS, Schuylkill Depot, PhPa.
delphla, -Fa, or or LIEUT--HENRY MET
OALFE, as above: in rejraid to the Foghorn
Building, of J QEN.VW. FA HEYNOLDSEugt
, Fnnrth I.. H. District. PhiladelDhla.
- All bids to be indorsed, on envelope, "Bld.forJ
Government Building, International Exhibition,
No. o," or for "Hospital BuIIdiag," "Elm -avenue
RnilrtiTiir " or "Water-elosets." or "Fog-horn." as
-the ease may be; and to be addretsed to "COL. S.
itffi''O;I.YF0HD,0hatrman Board U. S. Executive
S. a. LYXURD.i
Urevt. Lt. Cot U. S. A-, Chairman of Board.
Q ALE OF CONDE11NED, CLOTHINO.'
, WASniKOTOW Aksex AL,
WAsnraoTO-f, D. O., Oct. SO, 1878.
i Will he offered tor sale at Public Auction, at 10
o clock a. m-IToTembtr ?S, 1878. ar this Arsenal,
a qnastlty of Condemned Clothing, consIitlncoC
H7Uteat Ooats, 6 BloaieilWTronseri.S-BlaB
ktti, SO yards dart blue. Flanne', yards fkft
' Terms, cash. .
7 . .. F-tWHTTIi,
Captain and O. bTk.
--" - --- - -- -
a. M KBrn itmutuac.
JJ J. SWEET,
Be&l Estate Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S BALE OF BRICK DWELLINO
0 DEFHEES STREET. BETWEEN NORTH
CAPITOL AND FIRST STREETS NORTH-
Iuy venue or a deed or trust to us, dated June
IS, AD. u-4, and duly recorded In Liber No.
7S4 folio 197. one of the land records for the
DIjtfTet of 4'olnmbla. anitttth. rmnMt nt thm
Wrtysecured thereby, we will sell at aubUc auc
f Ion, In front of the premises, on THURSDAY.
N ovemeer i, A. D. 1876. at 4.90 o'clock p. m., tas
foUowIng'lescrtMd real estate, situate In the city of
Washington, D,,ff towlti All of lot numbered
sixty-four, (M, ) is Wnaaherd's recorded subdivision
of square nambend sax'hundred and twenty-three,
(63,) with the improvements.
Terms of sale: One thtrdassh. and the balance la
sir. twelve and eighteen igfnths. wtth-lnterest at
Udht percent, ner ssuaajXRost day of saU.to be
seburMbydredoTtntsnHMpropertylold. If the
term.' of ule'are potcsissillcd with Is live days after
ssle, liie Trustees reaerve the right to resell the
property at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur
FRED.'W. JONES. 1-r,,,,.
JOSEPH R. EDSON, JTTBStees.
tJs E. J. SWEET. A ucUoneer.
C-SCAJTSOST BEOS., AnctSoneor.
TRU8TTKS' SALIC OV VAX-TTABLE lOTROVTn
iTfti8s-T-t-' aiar ufVfir wTPwn' Hjrrrtr
TVEflT, AND OJT K tfl-KEET SOUTinvZST.
Otf SEVENTIT 8TRKET AND OX 2fIsSTU
3TKXKT OBTVnWTEST. jo
aa4VTlrtce of two deetl of artist, dated Sep
rember , 1S75, and recorA ed In liber Na SOU,
tolio.ZU an4- Marcb ft, I5T. and recorded la
mrNo.8lt.foUoS44.etei., nd at ther n
quest of theharty -ured thereDy; we will offer for
sale, on WEDNESDAY, oremliar a isto. at 4 p.
m.. lnlontoftbepremLies.jx3rt ot JotV, IqToM
tnenclDKf&rthe same at the oortbeact corner of
aid lotTand running thence wrath fifteen (15) feet
nine and one third fHr Inches, thence west one
hundred and twenty (isi) feet, thence north fifteen
(IS) feet nine and one third ffli ) Inches, thence east
one hundred and twenty (130 fet to the place of
tKlnn.rt, antl improTed by a three-story brick
dwellrnfr. situated on blxtlr street, between D and
E strecu southwest.
And Inunedlately thereafter we will sell lot W and
the eastern jpart of lot S3. In stiuare -No. 60a, said
eastern part of said lot 32 baring a front of three
(S) feet on south K. street, and runnlnc backwlUi
the same width to the southern, line orsaid lot and
the public alley, and lmprOTd by twotwo-sf-ry
frame houses, sftcatedon X street, between fonr-and-a-half
and otxUi itrf-ets touthwest.
On XnunsDAT. Xprember 23, 187& at 4 o'clock
p. m.. we will sell part of lot 12, square 419, bejfln
nlag for the same at a point on ine 11ns of Seventh
street we-t, twenty feet nonh from-"tire southeast
corner of said lot 12, and thence ranutnfr north
along said street twenty feet and four and a half
Inches; thence west one hundred feet to the rear
llneof said lot; thence south twenty feet and four
and a half Incites, and thence east one hundred feet
tdtbeplaceof beelnnlnfr.improredbTathree--s oy
brick d we liar, situated on oerenth street; between
K and 13 streets northwest.
And Immediately thereafter, all that piece and
Sarcel of ground known as part of lot U. lnrrqnare
i o. 36-i, bejrlnnlnff for the sa me at a point on- it lath
street forty (40) feet south of the northeast corner of
said sqnareSM, and running south twenty (tar-feet
with the line of -Ninth street, thence west one nun
drrd U0) feet to orlxtnal lot li, thence north-twenty
(CO) feet. ani thence east one hundred (100) feet to
the place of beftlnnlnr. This lot Is situated- on
lnth street, between lit. ode Island aremxe andK
Terms of sale: One third cah, and balance pay
able In six, twelve ana elahtct-n months, with In
terest at 8 percent, from day or sale, to be secured
byadeedof trnst. If the terms of sale are not
complied with within Rtc dsjr the trustees re-t-efre
the rljtht to resell the property at the risk and
rost of the defaulting purchaser A deposit of
tlOO will be required on eaca sale. Conrtyanclngr
THOMAS HYDE, $ Trustees.
SIIEnaTAX A lIrVMr. Auctioneers.
at. Cloud BuUdlng.
TRTJSTEK8 BALE VALUABLE HEAt. ES
TATE SITUATED OK PdTKEET, BETWEEN"
TWENTY. XIKST AND TWENrV-SECOND
DXJtC'n -NUitrmt isx.
nyTirtneor a oeea or tran xome, aaiea
August 7, A. 1. 1873, and duly recorded In
Liber .No. 729. folio 19. one of the land re
cords for Washlntrton county. District of
Columbia, and at the rc-nnest of the nartr so-
cured thereby, 1. as trusUe, will sell at publli auc
tion, in front or tne premises, on aiuUA.!., me
tit day of -Horembar, 1878, at 5 o'clock d. m all
tht piece or parcel of anound known and dlstln
fnlsEed as lot lettered 'A,1 In Maria S-rann'sre-corded
snb-dinalon of original lot nnmberedthlr
teen. (11, In square sixty-eight, (S3,) in the city of
WasMs-rtpn. -)strlct of Columbia, beginning for
the same a ae norUieast comeref ?bt lot thirteen,
(li) on p-street northwest, and running south n
thi line of said lot alxtr-seren (67) feet nine (9)
inches, thence wtst fifteen (15) feet, thence north on
parallel Una with tine of said lot thirteen (13) slxty
Ten(7) feet nine () Inches to P street, thence east
fifteen (IS) feet ta the place of beginning, contain
lnr 10M s-auare ffeet, more or less.
Terms of sale: One hundred and twenty-thr-e dol
lars and nineteen cents, with Interest at the rate of
tenper.eentvper annum from -August 8, 1975, and
expenses of sale In cash; the balance at twelve (U)
monihs, fnr which the note of the purchaser, bear
ing Interest from the -day of sale, and s-enred by
deed ofJrast npon the propeny sold, will be taken.
A deposit of S100 will be required of the purchaser
at the time of sale, and all conreyanclng will be at
the expense of ihe purchaser.
If terms of sale are not compiled with within seren
(7) days the trustee reserres the right to resell the
property at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur
JSa-THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED OS
tll oATUltUAT. 0lemte D.,J87.atl o'clock
p. m. OEO. W'. STICKS BY,
nov7-TnThSSt Sorvlvlnr TrosteeT
CI J eWET, Anctloner.
TBUSTIES' 8ALE OTA TWO-STOUT FRAME
STORE. AHD DWELLUfG-ON TUB NORTH
BAST COBS EB 07 TENTH AUD I STBEEM
9 Brvlrtoe oradeed or tmst, dated October
9. A. D. 1S75, dnlv recorded In Liber No. 793.
tollo Sis, on. or the land records for the Dls
trtct or Coinmbla, and at the request or the
party secured thereby, we will sell at public auc
tion, In front or the premises, on FUIDAY, No
vember 17-, isr,-at 430 o'clock p. m., the lollowlnr
described real estate, situate in the city of Wash
ington, District or Columbia, to wit: All that piece
or parcel or ground known and distinguished as
and being the western part or lot three,(3.) In square
numbered nine hundred and fifty-seres, (97.)
rrontlnr sixteen (is) teet on north I street, bra
depth or ninety (90) xee. onacntn street east, to
7gether with the Improvements. Ac.
lvnu OI ate I uue iuuw .uc-u, miu lun in'.ac.
In six, twelve and eighteen months, with Interest
st eight per cent, per asnum, secured by a deed or
rtruston the property sold, or all cash, at option
or the purchaser. A deposit or tlOO requlredat the
time ot sale; and all conveyancing at purchaser's
cost. BRA1NARD 11. WABNEK, lT,,t,
(1FOBUKW. STICE2IEY, JTrnstees.
nov6-MWrdi i .
TBTJSTEE3' SALE Or REAL ESTATE 8ITD-
ATU U ALLEY UETWJ-EA rirTKKNTH
AMU SIXTEENTH AND L AND H STREETS
- Rrtrtn. f . ri. A fif frn.t tiVn. .....it
November 9, A. D. 1872, and duly recorded
In Liber No. TOO, folio 140, one or the Una
records ror Washington county. District or
Columbia, and at the reanest or the Dartr
secured thereby, we, as trustees, will sell at public
aucnon,m irontoi tnepremues,on vt aunuuai,
-the.29th day or November, 1S7S, at 4.30 o'clock- p.
m.,'all that part or lot or ground numbered four
teen (14.) la square number onehundred and ninety
eight, (19S.) as the same is described on the plat of
lots and squares In the city or Washington and
District of Columbia, described as follow: Begin
ning for the sameatapolntone hundred and one
feet south from tne northeast corner of said lot,
thence running souili torty-five (45) reel eleven (11)
Inches to a 30-foot alley, thence west along the line
or said alley twenty-live (25) feet, thence nortn for ,
ty-Bve(4 feet- eleven Inches, thesce'east twenty
five (25) feet, to the Dlace of beglsslng.
lerms or sale: f28", with Interest at the rate of
ten per centum per annum rrom Novembers. 1S75,
less fio. received on account, and expenses or sale In
cash: the balance at alx and twelve months, tor
which the notes of the purchaser, bearing Interest
from day or sale, and secured by deed or trust upon
Uie-preperty sold, will be-taken.' A depo.tr of M0
will he required of the purchaser at the tune orsale,
and all convevasemg will be at the expense or the
purchaser, lr terms or sale are not compiled with
within seven (7) days from day or sale, the trustees
reserve the 'lght to resell the property at the risk
asd cost of the defaulting purchaser.
OEO. vrJsTIOT-KEti KTH?"'
H. WABNEB, Anciloncer.
TRUSTEES' 8 ALE Or VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL. ESTATE ON HOWARD AVEKUE,
-i Bt Tlrtneof a deed of trnstto'Daslel-Ii.
aBb Eaton and myself, datd April 27, A. D.
01872, asd duly recorded Is Xlber No. 680,
s3saj f0u0 it, oseortheland records for Wash-aaife-.
lngton county, D, C. and at the request of
the party secured thereby, I, as surviving trustee,
will offer for sale. In front of the premises, at 4 JO
o'cioca p. m., on aiui4U.A.i, we i-uioayoi rio-
fcnnwn and designated aa lot numbered six (6) Is
section numbered nine () Is the subdivision maae
Jby Messrs. l'omeroy, Elvans and Howard as trustees
of Harry Farm, according to the plat thereof on file
la the office of the Surveyor of said Washington
county, the said lot number-six--;) containing one
acre of land.
; .Terms or sale: t5SS with Interest at the rate or ten
per centum per annum from April 27, 1874, less S3)
received on accoust, and expenses or sale In cash,
the balance Is six asd twelve months, tor which
the Sotes or the purchaser bearing Interest rrom the
be at the cost ot the purchaser.
In case the terms of
sale are not compiled wtthwlthl-foeren (7) days, the
trustee reserves tne ngns xoreseu tne property as
the risk and cost orthe defaulting purchas-r.
. UEOROE W. STICliNET,
oclO-Tuyids euivtvlag Trustee.
L s-IHANOEKY SALE OF MTS, IMPBOVED
visi -i wu jr it a air, xsvuoj-s. vi auuiiiM.
II y virtue oi a aecree passu or sue ouprciao
Court of the District of Columbia Inequity
cause No. 4783, docket IS, we will se llat public.
. lUCUUUf UU ..M) yiRJUn WU U.. w ...... a U1,
-nth I day of November, 1876,-At' 4:30-a'rlockPJ-nw.
those lots of ground designated upon the plan of
with lti. lmnrovements.
oastu balance In hqual Installments In sir (8) and I
twelve (12) montns. for wnica notes oiipiu-cnaacr,.
'lvtrinr 'elrnt ner ienc,lateTesrfrosr daternstll
jptla, and secured by deed, of .trust upon property,
lag at cost oi purcnaser. n terms are not compueu
wfih Is Ave days fnm.tlal of aalr .the grpaertyjirUU
be resold at the risk and cost of defaulung rur
1 w 432Loulslanvsue.
B.nhVARNER,Auct. 4M Louisiana avenue.
T It. WOKHaXT, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE o"FvALUABLE RE. VI.
Testate, situated in poto-iao ciif
IDISTRIOT or COLUMBIA.
I Hr.1rtn.nf. ft1 tif trHStTOf Oli dated
October?, Ar D. 1872, and duly recorded In
iLilDer ro. i, louo 4-u, one oi mo iinu
.Mrf.rnrTVa.hlnflrtoneonntT. Dlstrlet of
riiiinmhia. and at the .reouest of the nartr
secured thereby, we, as trustees, will sell, at pab
11c auction. In front of tbe premises, on THURS
DAY, the Suth day of November, 1S7S, at 4:30
o'clock ti.m., theWlowlng-descrlbed real estate.
sltuiteln the county or Washington. District of
Columbia, to wit: Lot numbered twenty, (21,) In
section numbered two, (-,) Is the subllvlslou or
Harry Farm, as made by S. C Pomeroy, t. at,
Straus andO.O. Howard, trustees, w -.i -i
T.IUn.nruli'! fine hundred dollars, wlth-lntet
rtst at the rate often per centum .ptr.auTjum from
-October 7. 1874, and expenses of s-le In cam; tbe
.balance at six and twelver ruoattor fonvihicb the
Icoteaorihe purchaser, bearrng-l.tero-t-froin the
'day pf sale, and secured hf deed or trust upon the
(L. J-n-.rr.ri of the nurehaser at the time orsale. and
"all conveyancing will be at the expense or the pur-
7i." ' I - - nf.1a kk . anmnllaifl VM-rlth
cuaacr. x ac. wats-.: . uv -.VIU1III-.H vr .
within seren (7) days lhe trustees reserre therlnht
to resell the property at the risk; and cost of. the de-'
raultlngpurchr. -- AVORD.',
J. PROPERTY FRONTING ON Q 8TREET,
nlWIEA rUUUiATU ABU
.TaSKXTII HTHKaCTrt Nl lUTH WK.iT-
vj Z. jtJlmm rrT T..t.i -
01 lu.ueoiiueta w ru .- auici a.
-Eafo3 dated June a, W7Z, anil duly re
corded In Liber No. 683, f&Ualti, oneof the
landnrardi of rhw Utstrlet of Columbia.
and under a decree of the Hnnreme Court of
the District ot Coinmbla In equity cause -No. 4,989.
docket 18. brtweea John A. J.CresweU et aL nd
Miry A. Caldwell, et aL, 1 will sell, at pitn.c
inriion. in rrant nrisnrmi An hitiikih v
OTtmberU, A. D.lS7st4.30 o'clock p. in,, the
following deKiibf-drtalesUte, sltsate In the dtr
of Washington, D. C. to wit: Lot numbered
twenty (20,) in square numbered two hundred and
eight (S08,) according to Plant and -Biggs snt
Termsi (339.2Sandexrjnse of sale in aih- bal
ance in six, twelve and eighteen months, for which
the notes of the parchascr, boring interrtt from
the day of sale and secured by a defcd of trust on
the property will be taken. A (Teposit ofllOO will
be required of the purchaser at the time of sale, and
sJI conveyancing will be aL the cost of .the pur
chaser. Terms of sabs to be complied with within
seren (7) days , otherwise" the trust?e reserves the.
right to resell the property at the risk atd cost of
the defaulting purchaser after fire days notle.
JNO. H. COOK, Trustee.
nol-WTMAds J.T. WORMLEY, Aorttoneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE III
PROVED rROPKBTV. yRONTlSO ON
TWENTIETH STKEET. BETWEKV 8
AND l)OUDABY S1REET3 "aoBrH
uy virtue or a atea or trust to Daniel D.
Eaton, dated May 31, A. D. 1S7L, and duly
recorded In Liber No. (49, folio 234, one of the
land records for th Illstrleinf HfllBmhl. .nrf
under a decree of the Supreme Court of the District
of CoUmbla. In equity cause No. 4,557. docket 15.
between John A. J. Creswcll et al. and Charles W.
llarcnrxr et al I will sell atpublle, auction.
In front or the premises, on' FBI DAY. Novec?
berl0.A.D.187S,at4-)0o'clock p.m-. the following
described real estate, situate In the city of Washing
uu, xs u., ig wn: jlii uiai certain piece or parce.
of land In the city of Washmgton Lnown and-described
as part of square somber ninety (90) eon
talned within- the following metes and hounds, viz:
Beginning at a point on th. west side of Twentieth
street west seventy-six. feet stx lathes north of the
northwest corner, formed by the. intersection of
Twentieth street wesfwlth north S street, thence
west ninety xeeU- thence nortlrp.rallel to Twentieth
rtreet west nineteen feet stx Inches, thence east
psrsllel to first lice ninety feet- to Twentieth street,
llS-ace to the slaee-t beginning.
Terms: One third easn; balance In six and twelve
months, with Interest at eight percent, per annum
irozs the day of sale, ror which notes, secured by a
deed or trust npon the property sold, must ne
glve-r. A deposit of Jioo will be required of the
purchaserat the time of sale. All ccnveyaac'ng at
cost o? the purchaser.- If terms orsale are not com-
lled vftth within seven (7) days, the trustee reserves
right to resell the property- ar the risk asd
cost of the defaulting pa-chaser, alter fire days
JND. n.' COOK. Trustee.
t. T. WORMT.EY,
yOCNS MIDDLZTaJTf Aneta.
TRUSTEE')' SALE OFDESIBABLEIMPBOVED
FKOPEKTY ON THE bOUTHEAST CURNEK
OK SEVFNTH-STKEET ROAD AND TRUM
BULL bTSEET, JUST BElO.ND BOUlfDABY
' By virtue ore deed or trust dated July
WS0.A. D. 1874, duly recorded In Llbe? No.
MTU, folio 373, one of the land records for
-- the District of Coinmbla, asd at tlere-mest
of the party secured thereby, we will sell
at.publlc auction. In front of the premises os
SATURDAY, Movember 11, 1375, at o'clock p.
m., the following described real estate, situate In
the county ot Washington, District cf CotumhU,
to wit: Being known and described as lotnurccred
one, (1,) In block two (2) of the subdivision of John
A. Smith's farm, as made by the Howard Univer
sity, together with the improvements, consisting nf
a one-story brick building, c., except the lomh
one-third or said lot, which has heretoiore been re
leased. Terms. One fourth Is cash, and the balance In
six. twelve and elghteeq months, with Interest t
eight per cent, per annum, secured by a deed of
truston the property sold, or all cash at the option
of the purchaer. Adeposltof tlOOrequlredaitime
ofsale. and all conveyancing at purchaser's cost.
Terms to be compiled with In seven days.
BRA1NABD H. WARNER, )-.,-,..
OEO. W. STICKSiEY, ITiustees,
-VfOUXG & MIDDLETON, Aat.-
TKUSTEES' SALE OP A NFAT TWO-STOP-T
FRAME D1YELLINO ON THE WEST SIDE!
OF TENTH bTREET. BETWEEN V AND
"A STREETS NORTHWEST.
3 By virtue or a tleed or tru.t, dated March 1.
A. D. 1876, duly recorded In liber No. 811, folio
2S4, one of the land records for the Dlstrlttor
Columbia, and at the request of the party se
cured thereby, we will sell at public auction. In
front of the premises, on SATURDAY. November
11, 1878, at 4.3u o'clock p. m . the following described
real estate, situate Is the city of Washington, Dis
trict ofColumbla. to wit: All that slece or.paroei
of ground known and described .slot -numbered
twenty-three. (23.) In Joha O. Adams' subdivision
of squ-ro numbered three hundred and -thirty-one.
(331.) as recorded September --4S.
the surveyor of said city. Is liber
te omce os
tether with the laimroTemmtB Am.
TfiTni: One fonrth In -ash. snd tiim HadanaNi avt
six", twelve and eighteen nionthawuh interest at I
eljcot per cent, per annum, secured' by a deed of i
iruBi on ioc property aoiu. or ail caao. ac ppuoa ox
the purchaser. A deposit of two required of the
purchaser at time of sale. andaUcoaTeyasclns; at
purchaser's cost. Terms to be complied with la
seren days. 4 .
BI.AINARD H. WARXaCR, iTra4tWs.
"T II. WAB1V3GK, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES- SALE Of A DESIRABLE BXTTLD-list--
LOT ON THE NORTH SIDE OF VT
bTKEET, BETWEEN FOURTEENTH STREET
-tutu new iiAJii-auu-t. avu...
isr Tirtue or a deed or trust, dated July it.
A. D. 187i. duly recorded InLlber No. 77.
folio -195, one oi the land records tor the Dls
trtct of Columbia, and at the request of the
party secured thereby, we will sell at pubUc
i. In front of the Dremlsea. on SATURDAY.
'-NoTtmber U, 1378, at 4.3) o'cloct p. xn,, all that
nit- or TM.n-t-1 of pmnnii ultnatpln the rltrrof
t WashlnKton, District of Columbia, known and dls-
imrutsnenmsana oeingioc namoerea eignr, (s,)in
William Mnrtthra rprordrnl sntvllTljilon ofnnar
nnmbexed two hundred and two, (302,) fronting
twenty raoj reet on w street, oy a depth or ninety
(90 feet, to an alley.
Terms: fsoo. with Interest at eight per cent, per
annum on ftTfirom July 17, 1375, and on $123 from
July 17, J 873, to day of sale, and expense of sale in
cash. J.nd the balance in twelre months, with inter
est at six percent., secured by a deed of trust on
the property sold. A deposit of tlOO required at the
iune oi saic, ana au conTejancing ai purenaser'S
AcruAS .o oc coinp.-eu wiia au bct
seren da vs.
J. T. COLDWELL, Salesman.
X J. HWEII, Anctloneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A NEAT TWO-STORT"
RHICK DWELLINO ON TBE 80UTH SIDE
Or 1 STREET: BETWEEN THIRTEENTH
AND FOURTEENTH STREETS NORTHE JlST,
AND A, DESIRABLE IA)T. WITH" SMALL
FRAME 'BUILDING, ON THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF ELEVENTH AND-H STREETS
ml By virtue ofa deed or tnut, dated April II.
Wm A D. 1875, dnl) recorded In I lber No. g3.
, folio 110, ctseq., one or the land records ror
--- the District of Columbia, and at tne request of
the party secured thereby, we will sell at public
auction. In front of the. prrmlses. oa WEDNES
DAY, November 15. 1379, the following described
real estate andpremlses, situated, lying asd being
inthecltyofWaihlngtos. District or Columbia, to
witx At 4 o'clock p. m., all that certain piece ur
ptreel ofiand knows and designated as lot nam
bered flfty-nT. H! v m Wollard's -subdlvl-lon of
ots numbered thlrtT-two (Si) to thirty-eight, (3X)
and part of lot numbered thirty-one. (3L.) In MUh
ler's subdivision or square numbered ten hundred,
and twentv-slx. f IOCS.) toeether wltb the tmnmriC
menu, Ac. Also, at S o'clock p. m., all that piece or
square, thence south along the line of Eleventh-
street west forty (40) feet, thence west sixty-eight
(68) reet and three (3) Inches, thence north forty (
feetj and thence east to the place or beginning, to
gether with the Improvements. Ac.
Terms i One fourth cash, and the balasee at six.
twelve and eighteen months, with Interest at
Kr tent- per annum, secured by a deed of trust os
e property sold, -or all cash, at the option of tbe
purchaser, A deposit ofifl-O will be required os
each lot at the time or sale, asd all conveyancing
at purchaser's cost. Terms to he compiled with in
'URAINARD H. WARNER, .ivn,,...
CHARLES O. ULUVER, f Tru1'
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
- BOSTON, MASS.
ASSETS ......,. 113,000,000
LOOK. OUT FOR THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL
Dividend to members Is CASB, as their premiums
fall dne. Over as,ana,0o haxe been, returned to
members during the last thirty-two years.
Begin the new year to Insure.
ALL POLICIES protected from forfeiture by
Soltclton wanted: liberal terms made to parties
hvlagUp,edjnc.le.-.ABkE, General Agent,
No. 607 Seventh atreet.
A! id. Agent ror the Dwelling House Fire Injur.
ance Company of Boston. ' sovS-tf
NEW JORK HE KSDRAKCE COMPANY
cas learn some lsterestlsg asd cosSdentLU Inform
atlon, Importantr'to-.them. concerning that com
pany by sendlsgdhelr names, address, number or
polldes.and amossts-of Insurance to INVEST!
&ATOR, Lock Box 4475, Nevf York City Post Oflea.
oc7-St . " " -
OFFICE OF-THJ3 JUTTCAI. PBOTEC
.TION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. OF
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
I (ChsrteredhyactorCosgre-s.) i
1000 Fonn. axe. op?V. 8. Trfeasarjr.
' GEORGE TAYLOR, President.
I WM. BALLANTYNE, vice President.
JAMES K. FITCH, Secretary asd Treasurer.
GEORGE TAYLOR. - WM. BALLANTYNX,
.CUAS. F. PECK, JOSEPH CASEY,
JOHN O. HABKMXS3. JOHN T. OIVEN,
The above eompasy Issues policies- of Insurance
on most favorable terms. Pamphlets containing
the act of Incorporation asdjiy-laws furnished OS
oxix-am " -- Beeetary and Treasnrer. -
j IN THJB
riBEMEtrS H?SUEA5(IB CJ0MPAHY
I OF WASHINGTON AND GEORGETOWN,
lOfflee, No. 1. over Bank of Washington.
CHARTERED BT CONGBKSS
0. W. HdWAKD,
. . nntKCTOBSi
A. A. Wilson,
T. Ed. Clark.
V- J. WIltAB.
T: B. Cross,
w. s. uowaru.
" 1. 1. Davis, Washington.
t. W. C-DpUy. uoTg-town. ,
Personal Property insured and' Bunders Bisks
seps-m taacn at the lowest rates, ,-t
KJXB. KIBBSBt BTAKPS AHB
. ,ISIA tTBBXX BTAKFa
-T-aIT-Ne, W2DD1NB AND
" 3 v INTXTATION OABDI
I SOU AND BH.VXB PLATDJ&
rrlRUlsTEE'S SALE OF
T It. vTARXEB, cor. 7(U and F Sts
TRUSTEE S SALE OF A TWO-STORY FRAME
HOUSE ON THE SOUTH SIDEOFI STREET,
ABOVE TWENTY-rlRST STREET J.ORTU.
a By virtue of a deed of trust, dated De
cember 12, A. D. 1372, duly recorded In
Liber No. 70S, folio 79, one or the land records
or the party secured thereby, I shall sell at nsbllc
ancuen. Is front of the premises, on TUESDAY.
November2l.ts;s.at 4 o'clock p. m all that lot f
ground situate Is the city of Washington. District
of toluabla, -described as part or lot twenty-one
t-i,jin square aeventx-seven, ii.ji. oegiuoins; .
ata point os the south line of north I street, seven
teen (17) feet eastwardly from the northwestern
corner or said lot; thence running east eighteen (19)
feet; thence so oh ninety (90) feet eleven (11) Inches:
mencc west cizatisjiec. seren ana . aa.it t.;l
... in. .1 '. A-u . . - ym t4Trti -n... .K.n..
jivKiu wuid UK.U ursuiaui-f ivicutcr nuu UK
Terms will be made known at time orsale.
, E. A. SICIN-HRE Trustee.
nort-WSids J. T. COLD WEI. L. aalesman.
E3TERN MAEKET STALLS.
ETtatVXEB'fl OTncz. )
DfSTBICT Or COICMBIA,
WssmsoTo-r, d. a; Nov.7,trs. J
, otlce Is hereby given that itghts to occupy stalls
in the new Western Maiket buildings, southeast
csrnerof K and Twentyllrst streets northwest,
Waihlnrton elty. will be sold at public auction in
said building, tbe sale tobeglnocWEDNESDii,
the 1Kb day of .November, 137S. a"3 o'cloct lathe
afternoon, and to continue, unless otherwise or
deredvetthe ssre hour from day to day nrtilall
are disposed or.
t ror particulars see circular to be ted si the otUee
of Thos. ,M. Plowman, Inspector of bdldlags of the
lly ordjr orthe Commissioners D.C.s
It. L. HOXIE,
Llentesant Engineers. U. S.' A.,
no7-6t Engineer ef Di.
(ZJ.EO. IW-STICKSJrr, Auctioneer-;
TRUSTEES' SALE OFA. TWO-STOR'? AND
MANSAKlrltOOF BRICK WITH BAStEN'T
DtVELLINB, ON THE SOUTH SIDF-OF I
STREET NORTHWZHT. BETW EEN FIRST
S-TREET NOUTUWE3T AND NORTH CAri.
aByvlrtutrora deed of trust, dated Juar27,
A. D. 1S78, dnry-reco-ded In Liber No. 308,'
folio S3, one or the lantt records for the Dls
met of Colcmbla, and at the request of the
party secured thereby, we wilt sell at public ac
tlonrln front of the premises, on MONDAY,No
vembero, 1S78, at 4 JO o'cloct pvm., the followlnjS
de scribed real estate Is the city of Washington.
Dlstretor Colombia, to wit: AU that niece orpar
cel of -round, knowesnd dlstlnanisbed on the plat
or pla-rorsald city as lot lettered "B" In j'u.
Waters subdivision of part of square snmbered
six hundred and twenSy-three,t&30 together with
the Improvements. Act. subject toa prior lncum
brancecaboutf-,900, which will he made known at
time of sale.
Terms: One third cash, and the balance at six and
twelve moaths. with Interest at eirlrt per cent, per
annnrn, serured by a deed- of tru.t on the property
sold, or all cash at the option ef the purchaser. A
deposit of MOO requlredalthetlMeor sale, and all
coQveyanctsg at purchaser's cost. Terms to be
compiled wish In seven days, otherwise the trustees
reservethe right to resell the property at the risk
and cost or the defaulting purchaser, after five
BRAINARD U. WARVERi) ,M,
CHARLES E. PRENTISS, "TrU'iee,
T a. WAXSEK, Anctloneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE OFA NEAT TWO-STORY
FRAME DWELLING, WITH MANSARD
ROOK. ON niUH STREET, 'NE.R HOWARD
UNIVERSITY, IN THE COUNaTOF WASH
IN OTON, D. C.
By virtus or a deed or tmst, dated Feb-W-t
rnarr 27, A. D. 1873, duly recorded In Liber
l-5 No. 711, follow, one or the land "records ror
--" the District or Columbia, and at tbe request
or the party secured thereby, we will tell at pub
llo auction. In front of th premises, on WEDNES
DAY, .November 15, 1878. at 4.30 o'clock p. m..
the following- described real estate, situate In the
county of Washington, District ofColumbla, to
wit: The west half or lot numbered eight (S) In
Mock numbered twenty-three, (23;) In the Howard
University subdivision or the farm of John A.
Smith, as recorded In the surveyor's omce of Wash
ington county, D. C, together with, the -Improvements,
Terms: One fifth in cash, and thebalanejiat nn.
two. three and four years, with interest at a per
lu... V : uwm Mi . kxbitj ufaunuuiimn game
property -old. or all cash, at option- of the pur
chaser. A deposit of 10O required at the time of
sale, and all conveyancing at purchaser's coat.
If terms or sale are not complied with In-seven
days, the trustees reserve the right to resell the
property at the risk and cost or the defaulting pur-
CI--dcr, iicr uie uas' su.rriis men I,
t ILL1A51 F. MATTINOLY,
tuaaitu x- raz 110.
PPOPEBTY- ON BBB-jSA8TSlDEOFSEV-ENTMSTREX-T
-COAD.'NEAR TUX SOHUET
Bt Tlrrueer a dMdof tratt. dated Anrtir..
A.P.li-rtt. dnlyKeordedlnllherKo. ili folio
36. one of the land records for the District of
fVililHMa -i thanurnsatnf OTiaa nifrir ao
et-red tJierehy. warwlU sell at putilicaoetlmrln front
9f the premises, on TUlAV, Noremher it, 1373.
at 6 oVloct p. xn.. the following described real
estate, sltu-ite In the county of Washington. Dis
trict of Columbia, to wit: All that piece or parcel
of land lying on the east tide of tbe tkrenth-street
road and: north of the "Howard University," be
in part of the farm formerly owned by John A
bmlih, and belne the south naif of a two (2) acre
lot (comprised of prt of lots two (Z) and three (3)
in the partition between the heirs of Robrt Peter.)
conveyed by the said John A. .smith and wife to
John Baaersmlth by deed dated September S. A- 1.
ISO-Land recorded In Liber K. 31. H 11. folio 3,
tOfrtther with the lmproTements. consisting of a
two-story brick dweUlnjr. tc
lerms: One third in cash, and the balance- at- sir,
tvelTe and eighteen months, with interest at 3 per
cent, per annum, secured by a deed of trust on the
property sold, or all cash, at the option of the jar
chaser. A deposit of 9100 will be required or the
purchaser at tbe time of sale, and all conveyancing
at purchaser's cost. Terms to be complied with In
seven days, otherwise the trustees reserve the right
te rpscll the property at the ri-k and cost of the de
faulting purchaser, after Are days advertisement.
CHANOKRY SAM OF VALUABLE REAX
ESTATE IN THE CITY" OF WASH1M.
T(N, DISTRICT Of COLUMBIA.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court
of the District of Colunibla. oaased in avrultr
cause numbered 4113, Freed man's Savings and
Trnit ComMiiT ti. Kobert TVilllim-i tnl
others, the undersigned, as trustee, will sell on
jXbALA.i, laeimauaToi oremoer. &. u. I3.&.&.
le'clockp. m. at public auction, in front of the
premises, all those pieces or parcels of groan i
lying and being In the city of Washington and Dis
trict of Columbia, and known and described as all
that part of lot numbered six (6) in Douglas and
Bice's subdivision of square five hundred and
sixty, 560, ) fronting nfty-elght (S3) feet on K street
northwest, and extending back on stld lot one
hundred and seventy-fire (173) feet and twofS)
inches, being all of said lot six. (6.) except that
portion released and conveyed by Daniel L. Xaton
to J. Madison Cutts et al. by deed of release mtde
Drcember 28. 1871, and recorded In Liber Q-3, folio
Ss7, of the land records for said District ofColumbla:
and also all of lots numbered twentyone- (ID and
twenty-two, (22.) In square numbered fire hundred
and sixty-two, t6X ) In said elty, as. the suae are de
scribed in a deed of H. O. Fant to Adele Williams
and J recorded in the land records for stld city and
District, excepting, however, the tastern-twenty-flre
(25) feet of said lot twenty-two. (22. ) which has
heretofore been conveyed to Mrs. Louisa Ltuby.
with the improvements, rights. privileges and ap
purtenances to the same belonging,
Terms of sale are as follows, to wit: One third of
the purchase money to be paid In cash within five
days from the day of sale, and the bavUnce thereof
shall be paid In three equal installments in Ux,
twelve and eighteen months from the day of sale,
with Interest on deferred payments ircm the day of
sale. One hundred dollars in cash will be required
to be paid on each parcel at the time the same shall
have beenknocked down to the purchaser, and all
conveyancing must be paid by the purchaser.
B..U.VARNEB,AUCU ENOCH TOTTEX,
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
THIS BEaTABKABLE KOTEX,
' BT GEORGE ELIOT.
1'BICr ONLY FOETT CENTS.
FCBLIbIIED AND FOB SALE AT
Corner Four-and-a-balf atreet ana
TCBKISTAirl-BT EUGF.XE SCHliT-1
LEB, American Consul Ueneral ...smV '
at Consuntlnople. ... MflH,
Llvlnft Too Fast. By W. T. Adams, llmmwy
"Oliver Optic.". . . iWaf-aaF
Nelly Klnnard'i Kingdom. ByiaaaaaTataaF ,
Miss A. M.Douglas.
Ah-Chln-Le's Llvlllzatlon of the Western Birha-
LlfeorKuoens. By George B. Calvert.
The Broken Mallet. Br J. 11. uatnevrs
Dncle Joe's Thanksgiving.
Br J. A. Mathews.
'ine xrue Jian ana u
ther Practical Sermons. Br
Bev, B. 8. Mitchell, or this city. For sale hy
no4-tf 43 Seventh street.
X ITJ S T OUT.
Mltrord's and Tyler's Pleadings and
A Treatise on the Pleadings in Suits
in the Court of 3ianeery. By John
i Mr '
Jeremy, esa.. and Additional Notes by JostahTT."
Lr! HDPFLEMESTED ' -
By an Introduction: Disseruuons on Parties to
SulU in Xcjulty: Pleadings In Suits In Equity: Prac
tice m Suits In Equity, with Forms or Procedure In
of colnmhlan Dnlverslty. at Washington.
author or Stephen on Pleadings." &i
nm nn I'l.iamn." All: d
, Ac. It Is
nnhi-irtMi in a neat, larre octavo vi
neat, large octavo volume of 774
pagei. Price ft-SO. npon receipt of which sum the
worn wm oe sens prepaiu.
t , ALSO in law.
A Digest orthe Law or Evidence.- By Btephens.p CO
Abridgment, or Elementary Law. By M. E.
Dunlap. 4 00
Oreenleaf on Evidence. VoL 1: thirteenth edl-
tloa,.,, ...... ....... ....j.. ........ p 52
Otto's Supreme Court Beports. Vol. 1 SOO
Setalon Laws first session of Forty-fourth Con
crrcss...... ............ ................ ........ "
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Elsie's Motherhood. By Martha Farquason.... I n
Every Day Topics. Br J. O.HoUand...tiK- ITS
Sights and Instants. By Mrs. A. D. T. Whit
ney. Two vols. 'i:..0-
Alio, a full assortment of. the Author's Publish
ing Company's Books. Any of the aboye will be
sent prepall, upon receipt or tbe money, by
? IV. H. O. H. HOBBISOX,
1 Law BookseUers, 47S Penn. avenue,
Ji. ABBBT. 1749 PESXBTX.TJLBZA-
favenne. Dealer In Books and Stationery. Old
and Bare BSki. Law, Medical and School Books
bought, sold and exchanged. -v oc!4--m
N . .-- . ,
.JsnetetlsesAmli .........JP CO
A-ew Juvenile In the French Lan
guage. Oallery orthe Oreatcor-po-
K.":.w "K-.-,5S.".'ii.rj-i.i!r-. - a en
DSUIU Will. HnWHlW.tn""""'""" - "
The Laurel Bush. By MIsa Mulock.. to
Time's Ungentle Tide. By Dudley Moore....:. JO
Fallen Fortunes. By James Payne...... ........ 75
tly Little Love. By Marlon Uarland. 1 g
First Century of the Kepublle i. ...... ..... SOO
Mlksdo's Empire. W. K-Urtaths.... ........ 4JJ
Life and Letters of John Locke, a vols......... 10 f
A. ii-rjre Aasoriment of CHKOBOSa od
CHUeie FtOWEBS and TEXTS
AT A llABOE EEDUCrilON.
aaaaTsaitratrt a fTtrasra-i'.
genu Lawrence's "PurIJnen"Papers,-ocls-U
No. tu P cnnsylvfJila iveaue,
v- -mri1ffW;. t-s -t -v. rttti-ais liii i iXfe e
finance and commerce;
atantarr. , ,
, " WAKOBanvi'WiictsiaTerKiPX'iar.t.
In New York to-day jnoney wal nota active,
offered at 4. rehan-e quiet at 432. (roll west
at lO-XeiOO Bates for carrjlag 203.
The sub-Tresra-T-balances at Heir York to-,
dayf Gold,- trWir,4or e-trreaey. tH-j-fj.si;
Cnstenis receipts, $-233,000. ,
' Oore-raaent 6cn-li dull'and steadf at the fal-
jovusswuss quotations : Y-
i s.ca is. new
?rl.?i'",vl -C UVC3..... ....... 112
114?.' H0- " eOToa-l--5
I S w Ub.i
KtartDVmrfs onfet and nominal .
Th fnovrltorgnotatlocs.er state irrarttlas
are furt-hea by H. D. Uoo-,1, Jr a Co- tmaksrs.
i429Fstrser: . "
Tessessee s's, old.,
Tennessee es; sew,
- -ac? 'i t
do. 7's. 10s
sr.CaroSna. old...,. Dt7
Louisiana 6's. .... 41
-do. sew,....w 41
Levee S's. ., 41
Le-rtea'l. ......r. n
uv. acw.M. t
i. Carolina, old.. ... 38
J. Carolina; uew.... js
-. .- v... sa
Stocks active, ntietlled and lower. V.
The-roUowing art) the eiosrar ratal fartha
active stocks, tejegraphed to uTb. OcJke, lr, at
Oofrom the Haw Ycrit stock Excaacje:
Erie w"vNorthwesters. ....... 37t
Lake Shore........... se' do. pref....'3!j"
Illinois Central S-tt'Boex IUuid..rn;"lOt
Messrs. H. E. OBey ICo, bankers, northeast
corner Fifteenth and F strtots, report New Yorsr
qnotatlons, as foUowr
. . Caenlng. Cleslnr.
B.' f C. B. C
D. a. t'u in:-.. imt vni ma tmr-
,u. tu -a',i3ss. .......... iiuiios no tuA'
U.8.s-s's,iss,Bevr m in in iu
u.s.s-ai's, U67........ its1. rist nsv n
1U. S. 5-3's, 1863. .. 117 117 117 117
y.B.JO-ie'a HJV 1ISH H3X WX
V. 8. 5'S, 18S1 -. 111 US 1U 113
,f nmncy l's..- i:t' .... ltli
gold ,-w. .- ...j IPO's ....M 1Q9H
rfavr Yoaa, Hov. 8. Cotton flrii: sales at
TIT bales at HS12JJC. (X'nsoUda'.-d net rs
eelpts, va.tQZ bales. Exports Great Britain.
1S.M0 baler; Francs, 13,8-3 bales; Continent, .lasa
Floor qu"jt" and heavybnt vrlthoct deeded
c3ance In prlce Sotthern flour nncharyea. Kya
Coiranchanjed. Cornmeal steady. Waeatdnll
and heavy; ti.1T foraevr andoldifo. 1 Mllwau
l.eemxlzed;tU2J rorsholcenngraded Minnesota;
tLK ror New York Nov 1 soring; LS0 rcrwlnter
red Ohio: it-SO- ror amber Kansac. Bye firmer.
Barley dull and unchanged. (Jota flrmfairlr
aetlTe export and home-trade demand: UaCi.
for ne-r Western Ertied.en track; SsawUe. for
traded and ungraded steamer raized; UVCs.
lor graded low railed; MK6-9C. ror graded",
mixed; H rorRraded rto. L Oats steady andV
falr trade; 2siQi8e. for mixed Western and
State; 3.S0c lor white do. Hay nnchaaaed
Hoes qdet. CotTee Bio qralet and firm; 19U
13-. 8-W. for eareees; 18H2JK . gold, lor
job lots. Sd jar quiet and firm; 9c. for. fair
to good refining; Tor prime. Kenned firsx
ancTln goM demand; lla ror standard A; llo,
fof powdered; llMeilKe. ror granulated; lljlo,
for crushed, molasses' qnlet and nnehangsd.
Bice quiet and steady. Petroleum dull; crude,
lljc: refianl; ztc. Tallow onchanged. Bella
quiet at r.092.lo for strained. TsrpenUns
qnlet at SuSSDKe. for spirits. Leather firmer;
hemlock sole, Bnenos and Bio Grande light,
middle and heavy weights. 21017c; California
doA Zl(r-c.; common doar;e. Wool firm; do
mestic fleece, SQSHc.; palled, Z23c; unwashed.
122Sc: Texas, 132ie. Pork qnlet and firm;
new mess, 117.25. Cut meats Western dulL
Lard opened exelted and firmer, and closed heavy
Snd lower; prime steam, tWi'DQlo zsxe. Un3eed
qnlet at AOSHCS.es.-'tte-d. Whisky lower, clos
ing dull arid nominal at t-,Qijr. Freights to Liv
erpool qnlet; cotton, per lall, 6-lOd.; persteaia.
Baltixokx. TTor. I Gotten active and.flrsj;
middling, 11K8MK0.' - i
Flour qnlet, Iteady and nn-hanged. Wheat
ordetand staadvi iro-S.Wl.KTA-la9rr Va
ao., t L-s PsnniylTanla red, 1.SLSJ; Mary.
una reo.1 man to prime, ir ith ao. amoer,
tl78LM; do. whin, l,T.l,V .Oorn-Soathem
active, hot lower ror white; Western firm and a ,
shade hlgher;Soutnra whttev new, t39MC ;
do. yellow, 503.2c: old Western -mixed, spot.
blJic; last half November, 6TC.7 December,' 57
tTkc Oats iteady; Southern prime, JiQite.;
Western white, 3.633c; Western mixed, SSdMa.
Bye qnlet and iteady atSoHTOe. Clover leed qnlet
at 1:014c Hay firm; Maryland andFennsylva-da,
prime, tlt.00is.00. Provisions firm, qnlet and
unchanged. Butter quiet and Eehanged. Petra- -Ieum
nominal; crude, 11K6UKC; refined" held at
ffic Cofieo quiet and onchanged. Whisky doll'
Becelpts Flour. 5,0.0 rbarrelJt wheat, 1I.7Q9
bnthels; com. OJ.OOO bushels; oats. 4.K.0 hush
U) rye, -W bushels. ShlpmeaU Corn, 87,000 '
bushels; wheat, 29,000 bushels.
TOMPKISS.-At EockvUle, Md., on Tuesday,
November?. 1S78, AccrsTA UODBlr,lnfaataanih
teroroeneral Charles H.and Augusta B.TompkXas,
aged seventeennionths. r
SlUTH.-On .Wednesday, November 8, 1378, at
12.30 o'clock a. m., William E.. ion or John.
U. and Helen M. Smith, aged near three rears.
Funeral will take place this afternoon at 1 o'cloct
from his parents' reildenoe. Fifth street, between
It and S streets northwest.
SSEE.-On Nevrmher C Mr. TnoKAS sxxx. be
loved husband of Mrs. Ellen Snee, aged, forty-nine
fears, native of Ball". Cldare- parish, county Sllgo".
Faneral from his late residence, OSlx-and-a-half
street. Island, at 10 o'clock Tharsday morning. Be
qulem UlghMass at St. Domlnjc's.
Cew iork ana San Francisco papers plea-e eopy.
K. "W. JSAISHJSB-
Cabinet Maker and Undertaker,
2 ELEVENTH 8T3EET N. W
BETWEEN F AND Q.
W Bodies Embalmed and Prepared for transror
tauon at the shortest notlee. my3
B. 3P. HAETEY,
3 F BXBEETK-OBTHWKSX.
WM. XiCZXIT, WU-C S. T. HiSTSTi
31 T BTKEET HOBTntTEST.'
X bare Iwand tb Ssxrlce or tn
Beat KKBAXKZS-Ia Use Cuntrr.
Z25, 850, $100. $200, $500.
The reliable bouse of Axxx, FnoTzxjroBAx A
eight nsge weekly paper, called the Wait
financial gtphrt, which, they send free to any eo.
dress. In addition to a large number of edi
torials on financial and other topics, lt con tali a
very full and accurate reports of the sales and stand
ing er every stock, head and security dealt In at the
Stock Exchange. Messrs. FaonusSBAiraCO. are
extensive ' brokers, of large experience- and
t-kd Integrity. In addition to their stock brsker-
'sge business, theysell what are termed "Frivf
legei," or "Puts and. Calls," now one or the favor. .
lie methods of legitimate speculation. Their adv.-'
-Is valuable,' and by following lfmany have mads
fonanes.-g-w Tors Jfsrrt-poftt. ecS-tt
oVftn invested has can.T'nft
5 JLUU PAID A PROFIT OF Xj I IA
dnrlir the past few months, trader our Improved
system of operating In Stocks. Bisks reduced to
nominal sums and nroflta increased. Book contala
-lag roll lrfp-n?l-a sent on applicatlon.
-U.l O.ILFHM .
Bankers and Brokers.
NO. 1 Wal lstreet. New York.
$1,200 PROFIT ON $100
Maoeanydayhy rrrs and cuxxs. inreMaeeord.
tag to your means, tao, 50or100 lnBTOCitPBIV.
ILEeES has brought a small fortnne to the eareftq
Investor. We advise waen and how -ta OPSBATI
SAFELY. Books with full Information lent frsa,
iddreasordxs by -oau and telegraph to
UAA.AA - ?.
Bankers and Brokers. , .
a wausnw-a. s. '
FTHE STJPREJIE COT4BT OF.THJBDIS
TRICJT OF COLTTMBI A. SPECIXl. TEBM
PBOBAXE JUBISDICTIONr OIVTOBEB 'USr
1378. J -
In ithe 'matter of tbe -win. of MAST Moss Art:
Application for letters testamentary- os the estate
of Mary Morgan, or the District or Colombia, has.
this day been made by James McLaughlin. Alt
persons interested are here-y notified to appear la
this court on TUESDAY, the-tat day ofNovember
rfexwat 11 o'clock a. m., to ibowcaise-fbylettew
testamentary on. the estate, or the said deceased
should not Issue as prayed; provided a copy or
,m. .-... v n.hll.h. A-.a.wMt ft, tne. a weeks
in the irasirtptoa ian Stportrr and .Tax NAj
tiokai. EarcBLicAS previous to Mid day.
acs: . -s.j'.-"rr;7n.
TS THE SDPBEME COUET OP TES DI3
T.TBICT OF COLOMBIA-TBK 1ST DAT OF i
NOVEMBEB. 1S7S. ,
The Ciuzcns-Nsuonal Bank U, .
Charles H.MouItm. ., " V, 111 ,
On motion otAeplatattT)yMessrs.sheUa'r-' -Jt
"ft tlion, 1U .ttorneis, lt la ordered that. the d-r
fendant causa his apnearance to be entered herein,
on or before the first rule-day occurring rorty day
after this dayt otherwise the cause will be proceeded
with as in case of default.
Br the Court:
D.K. CABTTEB, Justice, e.
True copv. Test:
I B. 3. Mxras. Clerk, c.
t By J. B. Yocao. Asst, Clerk. nag t--
TTOKB ABTTnCUL 1T6ITE COHFAR'
JL .OF THE DISTBIOT'OF COLOMBIA
Is prepared to supply, at short noUce, Tttr-jt err
VeiUtes.Sldr-'alia, Footways and TCurhtag.U
dlfierent colors: Fountains. Lawn Omamenta,
Hone sad Lawn Steps and PUttbrms; bonsea
traated; cellar wans and fioortng eemencd tp ex
clude dampness: kitchens and areas eerfiented and.
aaadeperttcUy dry. and a aure preventlte ag-Jnst
he. Intrusion of rata. JnaeeU, ie.. and B o-her
work executed lor which Portland Cement. U
adapted. Our Portland Cement beeooes la a few
oiyssuperlortoanrof the marble ornrlaaa
in common use, and Is aa admirable lmluUonot
tithes marble or stone; Is more trarabl. aa4 bt-
ereases lu crushing reslsttaee with age. Itabeau
U unqi-erftonable MBDBlJUaittr.
laso-tx 48S Louisiana aveaaa.
-Xrl T. TTJHNER A CO. WHOLES AX.S
W PBOYISION MERCHANTS. Beet Pork,
Bacon, Lard, Batter, Cheese, Canned Qoods, Ac.
of first quality only. Beef and Pork pat to ta
proper packages far home and ferelsi markets.
Particular attention given to Warjaa NavyD
part-sent requirements la oaiUw; No. JtMPeaa.
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