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THE NATIONAt EEPUBLTCAN. FEIDATT MOKHENG. NOVEMBER 10. 1876.
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..Editor and Proprietor
THX NATtOIAI. BxrtTBI.Ica.xls published very
gtornlng, (Sundays excepted) t the southwest eor-
".tiofThlrteenth street sod Pennsylvania avenue,
tad Ijrtirn'ahed to subscribers 0y carriers) at '
Fifty Cents Per Hantb.
Msimbscribers, postage paid. JS.O0 yer year; HW
Cor ill months, ul p. CO tor three moults. Tutu
Invariably In dT3CC
bates or ADVERTISING!
Twenty-fiveeenisperUne. Advertisements nndex
the heed oT "for title u4 Bent," "Wanted,"
Lost and Found," ud Personal," twelve ud a
half cents per line,
43- All comTannlcatlorn, whether on business cr
for publication, should be addressed 34 Wit J
MtntTAsa, Proprietor, Natiohai. RxrtnucA,
ffutlnitoa, p. c . i
THE "RATIOS AL REPUBLICAN HAS A
LARGER CIRCCLAT10S THAS AST OTHER
U0RSISO TAFXR IS THE JJISTRICT OT CO.
" Z.VMBIA,
HIIDAT ilOBSlSB:; NOVEMBER 10, 15T8
It will be eeen by reference to our tele
gntnis that there is no material change in
the Presidential status since our last issue.
All the news received yesterday tended to
strengthen the belief that Haye3 is the
chosen Executive of the nation for the en
suing four years. The official count will
be required in several ot the doss States
to satisfy all doubters, and this can hardly
be expected for a day or two yet. Hare
faith and possess your souls in patience for
what a day may brinj; forth.
Savlnc ohace Ben. Butler.
Scott Loud, the "bloody-shirt" Demo
crat, is probably defeated. This is natural,
because the Democracy naturally repudiate
a man wbn dared to advocate the truth.
It will, bo noticed by a telegram from
Governor Stearns, of Fkrida, that the ban
ditti in that State have already begun to
tamper with the collection of election re
turns by Ku KInxing a railway train. The
object is io count tha four votes for Til
dcu. 12i.sewheke will bo found some inter
estinc laiL correspondence from the Indian
country. It will Le seen that all appre
hension oi trouble with Sitting Ball and
bis followers ln not yet been dissipated
among army uif ti Vc also print the gen
eral order of General Crook, which em
braces tin- i"ll of honor of bis commind.
It is belie ti that tho re election of
rrcsidem Lerdo de Ti jada by the 3Icxi:an
C'ongns- will tend to guarantee the perma
nent fc!1C0 of llnt turbulent country.
Lerdo has made a good, firm, safe Execu
tive durmz the last four years, and his re
election is tantamount to an assurance or
the continuation of the peaceful policy
which hts heretofore characterized his ad
ministration fcranother term.
We reprint our list of Congressman
elect to day, with such corrections as arc
warranted by the latest advices. Refer
ence to it shows that -we shall have a bare
majority in the Houseof Representatives
of the Forty Sfth Congress, and from eight
to twelve majority in the Senate. With a
National Legislature of this complexion a
Democratic President woufd have rather a
hard rocu to travel.
It i- said that Magone, of Utica, chtir
man of the New York Democratic Com
mittee, bss gone to Florida, or far enough
in that direction to meet trusty friends,
with whom to arrange important matters
in the interest of his friend Tilden. Mean
while the Ku Klux in t'-e Chattahootchie
country will obstruct communication until
the contracts are signed, sealed and deliv
ered. In all elections since 18(53 EdscfieM
county, S. C, has always given Republi
can majorities ranging between 1,003 and
1.5C0. In the recent contest the Demo
crats claim to have carried that county by
2.5C0, so the telegraph informs us. This is
to be accounted for when it is known that
Edgefiild is the home of Sitting Bull But
ler and the notorious SI. W. Gary, who his
dozens of times twined in the psst three
moLtbs that they would carry that county
" if they had to deluge the streets of E lu
' field wilh oet.ro blood."
Tjif New York Iltra Id displays its.usnal
activity in borrowing trouble ahead if
Hayes aDd WLeclcr should receive the
electoral votes of Southern States in suffi
cient numbers to give them a mijority. It
decs sot appear to occur to the Herald that
any suspicion of fraud could be alleged if
the votej cf these States should be certified
to Tilden. Of course, that would be all
honest and right, but if the votes of well
. known Republican States should be cast
for Ilaycs, why then there would be room
for suspicion of fraud and causa for object
ing to the countiog of those States. Would
it not be much better for the country if the
Herald would imagine for once that the
Republicans of the South have as much
honor as the Democrats v"
Kb. Alex. R. Siiethecd lost night
called together a number of his personal
friends and creditors stating to them that
be was pecuniarily embarrassed, and sub
mitted to them a statement of assets and
liabilities, showing an excess of assets of
upwards of $000,000. A committee of
fire was appointed to .examine into the de
tails, and in a few days a meeting of his
creditors will be called to hear the report
of the committee. The feeling manifested at
the meeting was that the better course, not
only for the creditors but for the welfare
of the District, that plans should be de
vised to uphold the Governor, and to pro
Tide such assistance as would enable him
to achieve relief. The committee Is com
posed of the following gentlemen : Hon.
George Taj lor, Pitzhugh Coyle, Nathaniel
Wilson, Lewis J. Davis, Henry A. Wil
lard, H. 21. Hutchinson and William P.
MaUiagly.
THE VOTE OFKISSISSIPPI.
An examination of the census returns of
1870 shows that the white population of
Mississippi -was 082,390, and the colored
population 411,200. A critical analysis
made by Colonel E. N. Hill some months
ago of the number of voters to white and
colored population proves that the propor
tion is as one voter to every fire and a
half of white persons, end one voter to
every four colored rersons. This would
-give in Mississippi C9.C17 white voters and
111,030 col jred voters a total cfl80,6G7
males of voting age. Tabte 5C of the cen
sus gives ihe number of male's over twenty
one years of age in Mississippi as 174,815,
which shows that Colonel Hill's calcula
tions are substantially correct. Senator
Eoutwell's report proves that the colored
voters, ir permitted to vote as they wished,
wouldall vote the Republican ticket. That
they have not been permitted to do so is
plain to every one The proof on this
point is so plain "that he who runs may
read, and even a fool shall understand."
It then comes to this, that the American
people are expected to submit to the pre
tended election of a mm. by means such as
even tho Mexicans would be ashamed of.
Wc would be the last to counsel resistance
to the will of tho peoples; On the will of
the people our Government is foundedand
on its observance depends our present lib
erties and the future prosperity or the coun
try. The Sectoral vote or Mississippi
given to TQ&ia 1s not an expression of the
-will of the people. It is the Tolce of a
minority speaking through violence; not
that, ofjiciaj only, expressed at the ballot-
box in a legal way. Should the precedent
be set that Totes obtained through violenca
can be used to elect a President, we may at
once bid adieu to a Government' by billots
and expect one such as that of Mexico and
'wme'of, the y South, American 're
publics where a success rul leader
oU banditti "pronounces, '. and, like
these in HifsissipcLseizes upon the reins of
ffcrnvpTnmpnt Tf wrttA aF TlestoRlnnl fnr
Tilden is recognized, as certified by the
present pretended Stato government, then
will the certificate of the same government
to the-election of Lamar to serve the next
term in the Senate from that State have to
be recognized also.
LAWAKD wares nrviBGritiA,
At Vienna;'' in FaMuncounty, on the
day of the' election, as Judge T3ramb.aU,
Clark Ford, Pluney Merry,1-JosepE 'Cant
well and other Republicans we're standing
upon the platform at the 'station waiting
for the down tram they were attackcclTy
a band of Democratic ruffians, .headed" J)J
the notorious George Gunnell and Ben
Trammel. Cantwell, Ford and Merry
were badly bruised and beaten, and the
Judge was twice struck on the head and
knocked down. Meanwhile Williams, the
magistrate of the village, and Edgar Van
Slyrk, both leading Democrats, were stand
ing in the road a few rods from the station
and in full Sight or what was going on,
and were personally appealed to for aid to
put a stop to it. Both declined to inter
fere. A word from either of them would
have instantly quelled the disturbance.
Both wero well known to tho rioters as
leading men of their own party, and there
could cot have been the slightest danger to
them in case they had interfered. Tho
magistrate deserves to be promptly pre
sented by the grand jury, which meets
next week, and removed from the oflicc he
has disgraced. Mr. Van Slyrk is, wc bo
licve, a priate citizeD, and can be pun
ished 'only by the contempt of all good
i citizens. As he wss an i nicer in the Uni
ted States navy during the var, wepre
Bumehc will not now setup the plea or
cowardice. We have been told by Gov.
Ecmper in a public proclamation within
the last few days that there was no danger
of personal violence any where In Virginia,
and that the pseiple or Virginia were a
law abiding people.
We understand that it is the intention
of Judge Bramball to present the whole
case to the grand j ury of Fairfax county on
Monday ntt, and to leave the responsi
bility for further actios to the courts. Wc
shall watch, the farther proceedings in this
case with considerable interest, as we de
sire to know, and wish tho public to know,
what sort of justice is meted to offenders
In such esses by the courts of Virginia. It
13 not improbable that some excuse wdl be
found to postpone tho trial of these men
from term to term until the matter is for
gotten, and then be quietly dropped. It
may also be sought to mitigate this offense
on the ground that these men were intoxi
cated. Whatever may be thought of such,
an excuse by the people of Virginia, we
warn them that it will not be accepted by
people elsewhere. In our view of the
case, it will only tend to aggravate the
crime against public order. If men wero
more severely dealt with for offences com
mitted under the influence of intoxication
it is possible that they would be a little
more careful not to put themselves in the
condition of brutes. But what makes this
case still worse, we are informed that this
same George Gunnell holds a certificate of
gocd moral character from the County
Court of Fairfax county, in the form of a
license to .sell intoxicating liquors at
Vienna, and that ho sold liquor on election
day, in violation of law, to ike rest of the
rowdies who were engaged in the outrage
at the railway Etation. Will his license
be revoked? Will the magistrate bo re
moved Will these Democratic Plui
I'ghes be punished! We shall see.
aU3ESIA-M0CHA.C0rrZE.
L bcrian ceffec is rapidly growing in de
mard. especially in Europe, where it has
been longer and is better known than in
thi1! country. A leading" African merchant
in Liverpool says that he has received ap
plications fur Liberia seed coffee from va
lines pails of the world, including Ceylon.
Natal, Barbadoc- and Arizona. The gen
tleman aiiude-d to, Mr. Jame3 Irvine, of
fered a few months ago a prize of JKO,
about one hundred dollars, and a silver
medal to the Libcrian planter who should
seed him a ton of the best Liberian coffee,
the qualify to be decided upon by two com
petent judges in Liverpool. Mr. 3L T.
DeccuKey, or tUe St. Paul's river, is ai
judged the succeEsTul competitor, and Mr.
Irvine has already sent him the -20 and is
having the medal m solid silver and ex
quisite workmanship now prepared. The
medal will have on one side the Libcrian
and English flags across each other with
the motto above, from Proverbs xxvlii:19:
" ne that tilleih his land shall have plenty
" of bread." On the other side the fol
lowing. Prize won by M. T. Decoursey,
ctq , Monrovia, for the best growth of
Liberia Ccffec during the season of 167G.
Presented by James Irvine, esq., Liver
pool. This will no doubt stimulate the in
terest now being felt in Liberia in the
growth and cultivation of coffee. By
agriculture, not commerce, it Africa to be
elevated. It is believed that a mine of
wealth lies, not at all concealed, in the
culture of coffee in Liberia, and beautiful
homes may be enjoyed on coffee planta
tions in that prosperous Republic
A COKUOft EEEOE COBBECTED.
The following letter from Col. E. K. Hill
presents for the consideration of the public and
the Senate a nice question of exceeding gravity.
It ihould le calmly considered In the light of
the effect or tuch precedents as the counting
or rejecting of this vote would have upon the
future of the country. A few small band of
lawless men hare seized and overturned the
government of a State, and the usurping au
thority proposes to utter the voice of the State
In the Electoral College:
tV-asHisoTox, KoTember 9, UT.
TolhtEdUorofie National RepMlean:
Sin: A common error Is made by all who are
calculating the number ot votes In the Elec
toral Uolleje, and this Is in assuming that
there wHl Le SCO -tout polled. This Is not
true. There will be but CGI votes. The- rea
son of this U that the pretended vote of Mis
sissippi will not be counted. The Constitution
provides that each Slate shall bare the num
ber of votes In the Electoral CollegoUhat It
has Senators acd Itejirescntatlres in Concrest.
It also prorldes'tfiit the Governor of the State
shall glTB the proper certificates to thoso se
lected as Presidential elector!. The whole
thing is made a State matter. It is one of the
undisputed rights of the States to certify 111)
vote for President, and must le done by the
State government. There is no legal State
government In Mississippi, and therefore no
such certificate can be issued. Tnere are men
In Mississippi usurpers who claim torepre
uia a State ecvernment. but who holdthe(r
positions bymeins of outraze, Jntlmlditlon'
and murder.,' Their certificate cannot be re
garded by the Vice President when lie comes to
ccutttle electoral tote, It would be, as, wise
and legal to recognhe the certificate of Sitting
Bull or the commander of the Bashl-Bazouks
In Bulgaria Christian gentlemen in compari
son with the banditti of Mississippi as to the
result of an.electlon In Alaska. ,Tho, report of
Mr.Boutwell,nowon the files la the Senate,
ard cot jet acted oc. shows that there Is no
government la Mississippi, and why there is
roce. There can be co doubt that the Senate
will adopt this report as one of the first things
it dees jjle-n Jt meets in becember. This
action wilt sovcrn the acting l$e President,
whoever he may be, la counting the electoral
rote, co matter how" the vote of Mississippi
wcull affect ' tie election, fortunately, it
makes ca difference In the result; -btif, if fa
did, there should be no hesitation In regard to
the action upon this case. The Democrats of
Mississippi, South Carolina and the other
Southern States must be taught that this Is a
Government where every man's. rights sftofl be
respected, and that the National Government
has not only the power, but the inclination, to
protect the humblest citizen. ' E.N.Uili,.
HATS AND FURS!
NF.W YORK UltEeS II ATS.
finest qasllUes;
JII'S1AS3 1IA13, ..
- UiortUd Stiff frit.
FOB LADIES' "VVIAE!
bEAI. SKIN'BACOTjrS.
S1I.K KAKMKM'P. lined with Tut.
JIUFJTS AND BOJ,
rUB TBlMMIXGd. tc.
B. II. STIKEMCTZ,
Hatter and Furrif r. 1W reon. arenae.
ogo -raeJt to conigror Thirteenth Bt.
IIER
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CIDER !
ONE IUtXDKED BAKKIXb
NEW YORK REFINED CIDER
i
JOR SAI.I: AT I.OVT PIMCES -BY
SAMUEL 0, PALMEB,
Ho, 07 Greene Street
GEORGETOWN. D. O.
MOlO-tf
APPORTIONMENT BY THE O03IMIS
HaONKIIb OF THE 1H3TRIOTOF COLUM
BIA OF TUE ltKVKM7. COM.ECTI1JJ.K
UNti; THE TAX I.EVTKDOK TUE
FISCAL VAA I.ND1NU JUNE 80. 157.
In exercise of tbo autborit and duty deroHinl
upon us byttbeactof Congress approreil J air 2,
Ibfc entitled "An act for the support oftberbv
crnxQentof the District of Colunibi;forUae flicil
Tear cndlnc June So, 1877, and for other purpose,!1
me undersirnel. Commissioner of the DIstrtet of
-Columbia, mala the following apportionment for
the distribution of the rerenue which naU bo col
lected under the prorislous of theactofCooress
aforesaid, to wit: . t .
Lyltt $1.50 collected pursuant to the tax Ie ien for
saidaetorCoiijp-essf0'' tho fiscal yor ending June
so, 177, hall be distributed as follows:
For salaries and other necessary expense of the
Metropolitan Police forhciUtrlct of Co
lumbia, act of ConjpTs, approred July 51,
ICfl - 15 8-10
For IVnusjrlTanla annuo pavement. Dis
trict of Columbia, proportion ot-i'msiwl,
incluninj; expenses parlug oowmUlontr.
actort oiiprM approved .Iul) 19, 1876 10 3-H
For alarle aud other expense of toe Board
of Health, and lor saiiriei of the Inspector
and .f the Atltant In-nectorof Oat act
of Congress, anprmedJulyZl. lS7o 1 91
1-or feuuprrt or the boys tent to the rtfornt
school, (act of Con ere , approved Mar 3,
lVt),)andof theinrtipent io&aneoftht 1U
trict of Columbia lnth tlorernment Hos
pital fbriae lu&sni, act of Congress, ap
proved Jnlj 2i, 1876 CO-Ii
Fur the Interest on tho bonded debt of the
DUtrlct if Columbia, Including bomlsor
ibe corporation! of Uahlnstun aud
(.KJTpTtOWJI 5S9-10
For Interest on the District of Colombia X.V
bonds guaranteed by the United States, act
of Conprom approved Jolj S!, l7tl 327-W
For tin Vlnjj fund or the bonded debtor the
District of Clnwbla.tnrlnding: bond jof the
Corporations of ashlnpioa audUcorge
tovu, tee TrIoi.s acts aud ordinances in
force , 2
r or genera tttudof tin Dlilricof Columbia 6 5-1
Total
$I.M
V. IKNNi0,
. ia. I'tiKia-d
CcmmJ loner D. C.
Twentieth-street Market,
No. 720 Twentieth street.
Tlie lx-strntsof the bfst quality 7"v,
ofiteer&tsocncrrionnd.ljiclnulnir lf '
nnrtpp.W.nu. ami tondnrlnln ctPftL. --i
Bound ana Sib bteak at lSc per lb., all other
cuts low prices.
The bt SuEar-eureA Corned Tteef at 10c. per lb.
l.amb and Mutton, from 10 to 30c per lb.
A i al Bouts, at 13 to 20c. jjer lb.
Mlced 11am, zt. per IS.; also, line llrrakfast
Ilacon.
liatur-riilladelplila rrlnt. attic, per lb.
l'rlmc Kot!, at r. per lb.
Cooklntr. ml s 'id 30c per lb.
Aromplete assortaunt of roBltryof all kind.
'ft lid Ducks, tironse. 1'hoasanta, Onall and other
Fame rn season, Fresn Y lh and Ojsters, Malic
Urapea. 33C.JXX lb., ori lbs. for 1: other varieties
or Urapea, California l'carsaua othtr yrults and
Dried Frnlts: aUo, a fine selection of FrusU aud
Tanned Vegetables. A 111 alo bare a line lot of
Tiirktr for TbankglTlnr.
JB-I:cr, Mutton and Hogs at wholisalc for cash.
Win. Linkins & Son,
No.rftjT,onhiana avenue, between Ninth and Ten I ft
sii-iet. novS-3v
WALL PAPERS
A ETMUrUlD STOCK OF VAVEK UANOINU3
or i)un taiuKTV and rmcx,
Ho-rr In store and daily arriTlnft, at the
NEW 8TOBE OF
I- r. CLAKK & SONS,
nol-tr 111! F street northwest.
DYEINO AND SCOURING ESTABLISH-MKr.T-TUe
nnderslsncd call the attention
or the pub.W- to the ftct th-it they are now prepared
tocaecnto all orders tor DYEINO AND SCoUB
LNG, guaranteeing satisfaction In eTerr case. Hare
been ttchtcen rears In the business lathocltrof
New lork. M. h. CUAU&K & CO..
lsrs Seventh etrcet, U to ten S and T north est.
no2-ltn-
HATS AND CAPS.
tT ATS ! HATS X ! IT ATS ! 1 !
flfr-ullemtn N. A. I)rf& lists, to.
Jt
tx V and ;x. BulnM Itai. soft and
t-tin f. n, z.;t t , fs.1. (i and iiuj s'
!!:&. rrSKTS ami II Vt.
IlL. AliurianJ lain 'htm TTmHrella.
no?-tf lS7Ta. np. next tveor. thirteenth st.
M
OUK SfTOCK Us
NOVT COMPLETE.
Seal (iarqnciiSV ln.o36 In. lit length,
Kenl Halls Rndflloam.
Slink JIutr and lloai.
Vnrlrlmmluc In every Variety and
Irlc.
Itov'nnT Mlaaen'Seal Can.
Uidlea' UatH and Turbans In Seal.
TfViliett & Ruoff,
oc27-tI
OPS Penngylyaula anne.
DRY GOODS.
QIOSIKG-OCT CAKP1TT SALE.
Jlest Tapestry Xncralns. 11.
llest UrnsFefs, 91.SS: with an allowance on abore
of 10 cent per yard off for cash.
Wool Carpet. S to 71c.
Carpets from l&i to 50c.
Dry Hoods at rcdoecd prices.
lltmnanu of best rrluit, Cc.
Uood Canton VlannH, 7Lc. up.
"Wool Flannels, 18c. up: very cheap.
Cvslmere for men and bo) s at reduced prices.
lres tJoods cheap.
Cashmeres, all-rool, 50c. up,
ASrStoc most be reduced.
T. N. NA.DDA1N,
oc26 79 aiarfcet dpaee.
705
- M ABKET SPACE.
705
:OEPOBTAJTTI
Ifadles and Gentlemen'nurel.lnfnbemstltehed,
colored bordered UandUrcnlifs, at $3, worth $6.
New Fall and Winter Gpods
at prices: that defy competition. We name In part:
BLACK SILKS', from Ke. toKS) per yard: a first
rate 811k for 11.76, worth now tl.3.
CASIIMEKEN.
Black and colored, all the uw anddeslrableshades,
atKcitorlhRS.
ALFKA1.
Black and colored, all shades; special bargains a
colors at 20c, worth 25.
lUOUbE-rUKMSHIXa GOODS.
BX.SKKXTS I BLABKKTS !
Flno sll-wool Blanket, 5.K, worth p. Table Linen,
bleached, fuU width, We. JUeached btaeeUnr,
10-4 wide; 20c., 4e. One case Honeycomb Quilts,
75e., worth 'ti. -too pieces new l'rlnu,- ejc 1
caae Cretons, dark shades, me. A
Dent's Dress Shirts, complete, made of Wsm.ntta
. cotton and Blcharaaon'a Uses, for si. War
ranted. WISWAUL & GWYKN.
OHANDELIERS! ,
Larceat Tapiely or H.w Patterns tn
Mte Ctty,'at Lowesst'Pilcea.
OOLD'S WAHM AIR. rtTHWACES!
,. HUTfRODVCEDEQUAL TOJTEAM.
GOLD'S CENTENNIAL .RANGE, '
Tlie Bencit, He-at'and 'ctteancit KIe
TaMd Oren ta'tae aTavrket. ' i '
IRON CASIIHQi. E0ILEEA5D MHfflE WDSI.
4TIAM-rlEATINS.-TIN fiMRNG. !
And All Tin and Copper Work,
ieoit usam ahd'obhamehtal
'V0ES.j "J-
PirMBDfO ASD OiSrmiXB.
All Beat orlctlea of Kaac.a .and
a'ire-piBTO aaeaicra.,
SMITH, BIBGE CO
Ho. 1014 Fennaylvaula arcane,
eis-tr
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BEAT BEDCCTIOM IS FBXCZ OF
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DELITEKED TO AlXIAKTS bT THE OUT
AT THE SAKE BATE.
Sew MUednlet'rnU load of 40 bushels for C 60;
tmallrr loads 6 eeau per htttSel;tanaoB cent, h
alTtTTO
Offlea of Washlngtoo aaaligbt Ccapatqr,
C3 Tenth street northwest, TU First street noru- i
ireiuor.ta SO BrlOx street. Htorcetsn-B, ; -tf J
SFEUIMNOTICj
tbt aiiBCKKa
HOT SODA WATJ5C,
inrn tuxib sutibior
TEA, COFFEE AUD CUOCOLATZ.
COLD SODA AUD MIHEBAL WATEB3
On Draught all the Year,
oc20-tf IO Pa, axenne, near WUlard'i Hotel,
r3S"T. M" C. A. -"
4k
GOSrZIi'MEETlNB
LV.I.IiiCOLH HALL..- .
BiBBATH. AFTERNOON,
r AT J 3) .O'CLOCK
TOONO MEN 8PICIALLT INVITED,
ocivtf
TT.Tin , rjCurrumvB nnEia
i.-4nTremedr7eTen knosrnkfor the immedl
ore or Ncnralrla. Headache, 4c Bold at
nllns TempleJinxhtore. oclt
ate enre
CotfjhUn'
l-
PI.tURIST. PAIS IN THE 8IOE.
13? Back, ac.l lnsnntlr disappear when Fluid
Lightning Is apnUcd.Ibold at.CouKhlln's Xrnr
Store, Masonic Temple. oclt
f-rsr- rET8l7BOEBT, Ac. DB.
ecHULTZ. the frrrat German chiropodist
sua specialist, twenty Jiara' resident In Klchmond,
Vsu.ils now attain located at JCS. corner.. r Into, and
rcnnsyivanla arenue. HI mode of treating ererjr
form of corns, bnnlonsvdeformltlesof nails, tumors,
ulcers, &c is not only painless, but thoroughly
selentlflc. An early call Is essential. Ladles and
children attended ainasal. or by aladam B. at their
residence. Muneres testimonials of permanent
cures. . ocil-snt
-STII.I.IXOISIAHfr AND OTHERS.
I ATTENTION! The. HUnoU KepubUcaa
Association has made arrangements for round-trip
tickets orer the railroads to the followlngDoints:
Chicago, I'eorla, St. Louls,llurllngtonandKeokns
Uood from Ottoberl to-Norember 13. CertlUcates
entitling a party to a ticket can he obtained or the
committee at Le Droit. tralldlng, room., after t
o'clock erery erenlng.
A. J. WHITAKZR.
Chairman Committee.
US)
XOAS OFFICE AND COMMIS.
' SKIS 5IRUKKK3.
t1ia nldic snil mntt rHfthle In the eltT.
8. UOLOSTEIN 4 CO..
Comer Tenth and D streets.
Liberal advances made on loan or on commission
for any time desired on very reasonable terms.
acs-tf . , j
f-CT- PHONOUBAPHT. IXSTBUC
S"t7 tlonlnthlsremnneratlTeaawellastlmeand
labor-taTtagart gl'rn In both the eorrnpoadlnar
and advanced reporting st)le,by as experienced
rhonographer, to students either In classes or sepa
ratel, as preftrred. a'or terms, ftc, address or
callonrnonographcr," eoo tilth atreet north
west, between 1.30 and S p. tn. srtti-tf
rST-SAMABITAH BEBTINK, THE
BS? great nerre conaeror, cures epileptic Hts,
convulsions, spasms, St. Vitus dance and all ner
toui diseases; the only known posltlre remedy for
epileptic tits. It has seen tested by thousand, and
has never been known to fall in a single case. Trial
package free. Enclose sump for circular, giving
evidence of cures. Address. Dr. b. A.21CHM0NU.
Box 711, t. Joseph. Mo. no-tf
ktsj DK. J. B. JOHNSON, OF AMI
STrV andrls, Va., offers bis professional services
asBnrgeon, Physician and Oculist to the cltlxena of
theDlsttlctofColumbla.
Office, No. 1U1 Pennsylvania avenue, between
Wlllard's hotel andtheOwea house.
OAce hours from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. my2a-tf
t-rjT-TBESCHIlTIOSf. F&EPASED
KSJ at Coughlln'a Temple Dn.g Store, Y and
Ninth streets, at moderate pnets. aep-tf
rsi rnr.Ncir, exgush and do-
l& J1K3T1C Articles for IsJles" toilet nse at
Coughlln's Temple Drug otorc, sepi-tf
KnHl!PHBIT'S SPECIFICS,
VS3 Pond's Extract. Homeopathic Medicines,
sold at Ttmple Drug Store, X and Ninth, itreeu,
ep&-tf ' I
BEHESnEB JCSTH'S OLD
KTAN1). lie ttava for Second-hand Cloth
ing. Boots, Shoes, de. as faU (cash) price'- as
be always has, at 619 D strtet, bttaee,n Sixth and
Seventh streets northwest. Note by mall promptly
attended to. laeoll-U
KT3T-88 FEB SET, EITHEB JATrVby
VSS Dr. A. N. C. Wdsenbora. Dentist, 405 Four
teenth street northwest; also, gold fillings done at
reasonable price and aausfacnon given, apl2-tf
153-TEETH FEB SET, EITHEB
sW- law, br Dr. A. Pratt, graduate of Ohio Col
lege of Dental Surgery, and of the Bush Medical.
College, Chicago, 401 Seventh- street. -east side, cor
ner of 1). Extracting children's tttth,a cents.
Jell-lf
f-TST-I-EGAl. AND OTHER BRIEF
fcS? PKINTED AT THE SHOUTE3T NOTICE
at the BEPU1ILICAN JOB OFFICE. soU-tf
WBAPPINU P1FIBFOB1AU
at this office.
rgs- h o i. a m
rarer and Atme and 1.1 rer Pad
CUBES WITHOUT MEDICINE, SEttPIVY BY
ABSOKPTION.
The Beat Liver Begnlat or In tbe World
The only true cure for and preventive of malaria
la all Its forms t
Xfr Complaint. Jaundiet,
JllUrtt Fntr, Bta-bieknut,
Htwalgia, BMovt DUoritrt, Ac, ,
None genuine without the Trade-Mark and Signa
ture of the Inventor on the wrapper.
Ask your druggist for It. For certlllcates, read
little blue book-Aiwmy IM AUr.
WM. r. KIDDEB CO.,
BOLE PBOrBIETOBS,
No. B3 John street. New York.
Bent by mall on secelpt of C lea-FMWtm
HOME COJIFORTS.
VfM. UXEHOS. B. H. EOSWXI.L. D. VT. LArtUIC
HAEM0N, B0SWELL & 00,,
mBNITUBE.
TJpli olstery GrO ods
and Decorntions,
SIS EIGHTH STBEET,
IrB-tf Near rennsytvanla avenue.
FURNITURE EXCHANGE.
New, Knock-fiown and Second-Hand
Jt'nrnltui-e Bongrht, Bold
and Exchanged.
rT. J. REEO,
815 Ncventh Street.
rartlcs contemplating refurnishing, or about to
buy new stock, will find bargalna at
BEE D S
rVBNITCBE EXCHANGE.
ocU-lm
jomr ic
DXAUB. ;x riSST-CUlM
BEEF, BiBliMB,
VEIL,'.
"1 rfFxf
MUnON, &r.
CORNED BEEF A BPECIALTT.
Stalls KS, sa and t Centre Market, Ninth-street
wing, andZBanda Northern liberty Market, or
address Box 713, City Post Oflce. Marketing dellv
ered. free of charge, to all parts of tha efty. jylO-tf
gWEBB & BEVERDGEJ
Arc now receiving their Fall Stocki
consltlng tirpart or
FBECR CHINA. Decorated andTlaln; OLAS3-
WAItE, Cut,- Engraved and l'laln.
rtATED WAllE. finest onallty; triple plate.
Bogrra and American CUTLEC V.
Aiullatocs.ofVi:oOXXBY and HOUSE FCIt
N13111MU UOOD3.
WEBB & BEVEBIDGI.
No. IOCS Fennsylvanlavcnue. between Tenth and
Eleventh straeta. nc3-tf
LUMBER.
T C9IBEB, SASH, BOOBS.
BLINDS AND 'MOULDINGS
ATVIlOLEBALEl'ItlCKi. ,
Call and purchase LUJIBEK where yon can get
discount for cash from ,
ADVERTISER IUUCE LIbT OF
'LTHBEB.
The place Is at the Lumber Tard and Building
Material Warehouse of -
- THOS. W. SMITH, .
novs-tf Jfear B. A O.B.B. depot. Washington.
QOTTBELL BBOH.,
DEALEB3 uTaLL KISD8 OF
' LUMBEE, SASH,' DOORS, &v
Corner Seund street and Indiana avenue,
Frirea as low as elsewhere. Call and examine
peforf purchasing, sepa-3m
.WHEATLEY-BROTHER8,:
LUMBER
i
v -i Georgetown,' D. C,
AND COEUEK 8EYJUJTU AMD Q BTBIET3,
'-Wastalnrton, b. C,
acl-lv - ,1 . '
- ENGLISH, SWJBtfASV AMEfilOAH
WATCHES,
BY ttl IHE MOST CEIEBHaITO MAKERS.
AURCpABSOfiTMKST ,
AT YEE LOW PRICES.
X. W, GAX.T. 8BO. CO.,
' JETVELEB3.
oM-tf
IHE PAL ESTiTE,LOAN AHD TS0STC9MPANT
OF WASHINOTOrT, D. C.
rTo. (09 HeTvulh tin (tmderJJecond KaUonUBanx,)
Capital, . tU0,Cn
JOHN B. ABCItER. , J. C. itCKEtDEN.
l'realdent. v Treasurer,
Money to loan In nma to nH onnrst-class real
estate located In the District or Columbia. Titles
and values guaranteed by toe company, rersons
hai lnarmocieV to loaa or In wt will and flntlASS
applications Ibe loans and real estate notea for tale . I
Ay applying at (he coopaaraoOce, JyS-iy
GROCERIES.
ORIENTAL TEA STORE,
4C9 5I5TE STBZBT.
Y. H. C. A. BCIUDIXG.
TJE1A.S CHEAJ?.
- A larje stock of choicest TEAS, unexcelled In the
city.
- Fljse Imperial toe- SOe 8L
. Tine Gunpowder-03c, OOc, 81.20.
Fine Oclonsr 40c, BOc 70c.
: Fin Japan SOc.,73e, S3e-
A' trial will demonstrate the sweet flavor and
atrength of my Teas.
COFFEE STILL AT EEDOCED PRICES.
.Orceiu. .Boasted.
...33c. SSe.
'Fine Bio .T
Choice Maraealbo
.-.37 30
f rime O, U. JaTa, 30 33 , .
All loving GOOD COFFEE are 'invited to buy:
thpfUvorvareunsnrpassed; freahly roasted in our
OB1ENTAX. BUABTEU. '
10 Hbt"C ClarlHed Snjrar, 81.
BUlba "ex.'CClariaedJSnKar, 8L
SH 1-3 loa, VAV Vlariaea-Soa-ar. 91.
'N o advance, as 5 etin,out pilcel Of Sugar.
SPICES'Iir-ETBBWABIETT.
1 J.-'W.-'Duvall,
ocS6-tf rroprletor.
rrtHE DECLINE IX
COITEUS.
Notwithstanding the advance lathe Coffee Mar
ket, we have a supply on hand that warrants us to
give the adrantage of the old prices for x short
OLD QOTEKNMENT JATA,
Roasted 3c per lb.
Do., Orcen . 30c. "
MABIOABO, (equal to so-called
3d Java.) Boasted 30c "
Da, Green .". 33c. "
FINE EIO, Boasted S3c. "
" Ureen 33c "
The Coffees which we roast are very carefully se
lected for tbelr body and line flavor, and as we roast
In the best style of the art dally, they are always
fresh and fragrant when sold. We grind Coffees la
a steel mill, which granulates them without powder
ing: and are. in consequence, free from dust.
V e have the largest assortment of
FANCY GROCERIES
In the District, mud niot mperMmUr tnTltc citizens
and triigtr to TlU our eiuWliluaent.
B. W. REED'S SONS,
ocH-tf ia F street northwest.
G. G. Cornwell & Son,
SUGAB,
COFFEE,
FL0UE,
At Lower Bates.
JUT EECZrVED. FRESH,
BO doxen Oreson Salmon.
BO
Lobsters.
33
33
100
HAH,
" Sbrlmpa.
' Hucklns'n Sonpa.
" Potted Meat.
TCBKET,
BEEF.
GijIE.
CHIJ.'KEX,
BUCK,
CHOCOLATE PASTE
Jnat Becelxed.
FLOUR: s.
100 bbls. "WHITE BLOSSOMS
Hlnneiota "Patent Process, 80.50
perbbl., 2.0 per saest,- '
WEKGEB'S PATHS! PBOCESS,
83 perjaack. , ,
BOO bbls. WELCH'S, METZ.-BATS',.
ST.mLOTJIS.-.KIVISS PBOCESS,
STAB FXOUB at lowest rates.
NITW-MACKEREL:
R"o. l Kackerel, 83.73, per lilt. '
Ho. a 83.00 .
So. 3 " 8L.60 " j.
GEOBGE ,. BASK COD received
every week.
POTOHAC BOB HEBBIXU, (Salt.)
SCOTCH HEBBIXG, 60 cts. a box.
OREGON SALMON, (Salt.)
WHITE FISH, In kits, 1- and 1-3
bbls.
O-. G. Oornwell & Bon,
FINI1 OROCERB,
Opposlf Wlllard's.
tezttf
ILEA & PERRTNS'
woROmisHnuE sauce
la tie Original and OalyWorceatersMre Bance
ILEA Sc PERRINS'
WOliCllBSHIilE SAUCE
oU THE SESTBAUCZ TS THE W0B1D.
ILEA Sc PERRINS
WOECKTEESinRE SA0CE.
IB DELICIOUS WITH EOT?, TIBS, OA3H,
JOIBTS, EOT AUD COLD KKATi
Signature k on irery Bottles
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
JeSO-ly HEW TOBH.
WOOD AND COAL.
COAX!
COALl!
PANIC PKICEn.
Buy at once and save adTancenrhlch
tanat be aoota.
$5 Per Ton iandTJpwaxd, Ao-
cording to Quality.
JOHNSON BROS,
Main Office and Depot: Johnon'stVharYes. foot of
TwelrU', lnlrteenth . and" F streets scuthmat;
offices, 1332 and 1112 Slain street northwest.
sepS-zm
JE. ZUO, DEALEB IN BEST -VARIE.
TIES or ANTHRACITE AMD CUMBER
LAND COAL; alo, WOOD sawed and split to
any Hie, at Rlinde Island avenue, between Ninth
and Tenth streets, and X. street and Rock creek.
oels4a
On and after MONDAY, October 9,
prices for Fuel delivered tn any part of
lsTt, our
Washlng-
ton or Georgetown, In quantities not less
tool (2,210 lbs.,) until further notice, will
lows, via:
"White Ash Furnace, Egg and Chestnut.,
' stove or Bange
Sham okln Egg. ....... .. ..........
" btore or Bange
Lyken's Valley Egg or btove
Cumberland Lump
than one
beaafol;
Ter Ton.
tu
... too
....... 8 00
....... 6 SO
7 10
....... 6 00
5 00
, ,, ' jsanoiAunc.
Oak Wood, In Stick. .i.,
jPine ' J .'.......,.... .
Sawing,; per Cord .,...
Sawing and Splitting, per Cord......
1'er Cord. ,
..... 00
.ISO
zoo
. T. EDW. dLARKJc CO.,
Dealer In Lumber, Wood and troal.
Office, CCS PennsylvaiUr avenne. northwest corner
Sixth. Wharf, Ocpot and Planing MU1, foot of
Fourth street east. ocs-tf "
rjBAL IIO WOOD.
We nave just received a supply of
LTKEXs TAEXET AND LEE WHITB
AalH COAL,
which we offer at reduced prices; alioyon'haad a
large let of . . i
OAK ABB PINE WOOB
In tie stick or sawed and splli. STEPHENSON'S,.
1ATNX uuniji,a.is H.iLfs.tAts rttA1!", a are
Ugbtertaeveryb-indleittebestlnuae, For sale by
aflfrocen. mxxpuJEIStlQS A BBS.
' Scvenlh-etrett Wharf,
ap3S-tf Office ltll rennarl vanla avenne.
WtDOD!
COALl
WOODJ
COAL! ,
"W. B
B.
ASOIVS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In all kinds of CU
kinds of Ceal
OnuandThlM
isawooa. vjumorriana coal.
Depot at BILKYS wharves, foot of
Eleventh and Twelfth streets south
areas. T
Braach'yard, O street, between BeMndandThlM
treeta nrrrunren. cku4x
SEND TOUB UFHOLSTEHINO AND
UATTRBBSEti TO THE '
EleTeBtkOMfvMn 3o.TaeIory, .
iNoats B.levBtii tar stoilhwesL I
andnave the wark promptly executed, at, reasoni-.
'bKratea Ik I" r. "V ' ocss-lm '
FOB KENT.
"XOOHB.
1 WW MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
AAJJi JOB BBST, WITH BOABO-FuraUhed
or partly furnished rooms, on parlor floor.' Alac
rooms on second or third floor, single or en suite,
suitable for two gentlemen or gentleman and wife.
Hot and cold water, gas, baths, at. Tab.eiboardr
ers accommodated. jalC-tt '
AQ A PErfrrSYLVANIA AVENUE, oppo
Ottsite National hotel-For Bent-Several well
furnlshed rooms, .commnnlcatlng: front or bark
rooms. First c'asa Board lf desired. nol-41 '
-I COR 1 STBEET. NEAR TUE ARLINO
JLOOO TO HOTBt. For rent, handsome
parlorsand other large andsmall rooms; allmwatrn
conveniences. norS-lm
T1 TOURTH STBEET NORTHWEST
ttXJL FOB BEJkT Furnished BOOM3. en suite
, or single, at airs. OlLBEHT's. novl-Im
nnK THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH.
iJKJO 'WEST, opposite Franklin rark.-Desl-rable
Booms, lncludlag parlor and chamber con
nectlng, with flrst-clasa poard. os2S-tst
QTiQ O STREET,- OPPOSITE PATENT
OUQ Office For Bent-I'Ieasant South Front
HOOilS, with board; either for the season or tran
slcnt. Also. Table Board. . ocl4-tf
IQIO F STREET, NEAR EBBITTUOUSE
JLUXavl-mi for rent, en suite and single.
Those who enjoy comfort and quiet Inquire as
above. oc7-tf
TTWB BENT DESK AND DESK-BOOS ON
A; reasonable terms tn a desirably-located, ele-gantly-nnlahed
and famished oSlce, complete In all
Its arrangements,
, M. ZASTWOOD. Broker.
aBTI-lf tag Pennsylvania ave.
laOCBES.
ALAROE NUMBER OF
HOUSES I OR BEST
lis TUE WEST END,
At rentals ranging from
TEN TO FOKT1 IKjLLAIIS PEK MONTH.
Apply at once to
E. S. WESCOTT,
r.ealX.ute Agent.
Coraerof Twentieth and I streets.
BENTPiO HOU&ra A BFrClALTTf. ocn-an
;-J,TABINI'S sale,
E STREET, BETTTEEN MNTH AND TENTH.
For rent, the above beautiful enlflce, delightfully
situated In the centre of the city, and Is accessible
by all the lines of city cars.
AS A BALL-ROOK
It surpasses In elegance and general convenience all
others In the city.
AS A MUSIC AI CONCERT .HALL,
and for
LECTURES. PASTIES AND 'WEDDINGS.
It la wonderfully perfect tn acoustics, and affords
elegant accommodation for eight hundred persons.
A GREAT REDUCTION IN THE RENTAL
has been trade.
The hall ls'optn dally for inspection. For terms
and particulars, choice of nights, Ac , apply at the
hull, L. O. iDLBXM.
ocS-5m
F
OR BENT.
Cen. Oram's hdqrs., 17th and F n, w m. L,
rem low.
Northwest cor. 11th et. and Ta. ave., rent low.
Mass. are., near nth st., Urooms. furntshed ..5X0
Cor. 14th et., Mass. and t. avenues :?
No. Ktf mhstn. w furnished i :o
IIS lCrtn st.. above L. furnlied, 19 rooms 2)
to. 173 F st. n. w furnlsned JO
JSo. 13 1SJ st. n. w..l! rooms, m. 1 .stable HO
Qst.. abOTelllh, fnrnlshed ISO
No. P39ia. ave., over store) K3
No. T3 11th st. n. w 13 rooms, m. 1 110
No. Mil fc st. n. w., 10 rooms, stable too
No.3CsAst.n. e.,farnl.hed 100
No. 1U2N st. n. w., 10 rooms, stable ICO
No. KUK st. n. w.. 13 rooms, m. 1 ICO
No. Satstct.n. e 13 rooms, m.l 1j0
No.CT71'a. ave., (over Oilman's drugstore).... 0
No l:33iith st, n, w 11 rooms, m.1 7a
717 U street northwest, 19 rooms 75
Pierce St., ntar llth and 8, furnished..... 6i
No.TlSlltnst.&.'w.lOr&oma. m, 1 60
No. 104 Ost.ce,. 9 rooms. Ingle Place.... ,..- &
1 ennallytown Boad, near St. Albans church .... 10
No 16 Oat. n. w furnished to
iDtb st.,ctarl'n.w so
It. lleassnt, ! rooms and 2 acres of ground.... so
Morezura. aVe .. CO
l.thtL, near N, 9 rooms,. m. 1. CO
No. Iti llthst n: vf .. 19 rooms, ra. 1 40
More and dwelling, cor. nth and C sts. s,w 4u
No. lis 6th st. s. e.. lDrooma, m. 1 40
Meridian 1111, rocrma, m. 1 40
ts K street northeast, 10 rooms 33"
Tennallytown road, near Georgetown fO'
tioreNo.437thsus,vf &
More and dwelling. No. a High St., Gtn S3
,Jewiionses, sth street -.. s
Nos.Uandi9Kst. n. c, l: rooms SO
141S and 14M S street northwest, m.l............. so
Le Droit Patsai; Elm street 34
Langdon TerraceyCth st, extended 30
No. 614 B st, a. e (Ybonu, gas and water. 21
Btore 301 6th st. n. w
No.45SNewJerseyave., s. e. m. 1..., S3
Nos. 1TJ7, 1753, 17i) a St. n.w .. S3
No. S3) Sth sun. e.. (rooms. m.L r.ri;.... 3
luluN. J, ave., IS rooms, large yard ''33
Nos.lKBinilKSUthst.nw.,:rs..in.L ii
Nos.:t,eE-sandeiSnst: s. e.,e rooms, gas and
water.... ................. ............ .........,,.. s
No.40111thst, n. e.. 7rooms. .;...,.. w so
,No. 1S East Capitols., Brs., gas and water.... so
No. 627 L st, a. e.. 6 rooms .. 10
No, Ki Del. ave.. near 1st and K so
- No. rsirst, s.w .. so
N osj 1411 andlllTM st, x.w.. 6 rooms and water, is
No. loe High St., Georgetown. 13
Northwest corner 12th and 0 sts., S rooms lit
No.tKBl"rc st. n. e., 7-roums. m. t U
Nos. SandFonndry Place.... IS
No. ssca nth st. n. w., s story; 5 room?.., 13
No. lsiosoth st. n. w.,7 rooms .'!..; 15
No. 213) ltithst. n. w B rooms .i.,' la
No. Siosilthst. n. w i.(, II.
atcre and dwelling, near Ut and Fats. a. w 11
-No. 73 7th st. . e. IS
S3 F street northeast 10
No.S Cottage UH1 r I
- Also, amimberofotherbousevfollpartleularsof
.whlrb-wUi be given trpon application at the ofllces of
It. U. -WABNEIt, beTenth and F streets. ocS
HOUSES AND EABMS FOR BALE.-SEV-eral
two-story HOUSES andCOTTAOES
monthly payments. Valuable Building LOTS BBS
on easy terms. Also. FARMS in the Dlstrtet,
UarvlandandVlrelalaforSaleorexehanxe. aa
APPLITON P. OLABE,
BihlS-'WFMtf 7M E street northwest.
XB:
ASTFDi-PAriUAVlNO HOUSES
II aijtXriiistortnt. fnrnlihed or unfttrntslitHl,
ortbo-e wishinjftoreat are i8ixifullr r?auet
to call and examine our business cltavnces. The
pat roc apt? of the pnblic li refpcctfaUr solicited.
Appiyiiue MUiiinjtTa,ou tnieuiiecuce vuee, iwi x
street northwest, first door up-stairs.
se-a-tr ,ivl. u.
JONEd & CO.
C-IO A DAY AT HOMX. AOENTS
PXJ wanted. Outat and terms free. TRUE Js
CO.. Augusta, Maine. mhMy
DK. A. FRATT, DENTIST, HAS BE.
moved' to the northwest comer of Seventh and
D streets, over Crandall's bookstore; where he will
be pleated to see his old patrons, and the general
BOAEBING.
Q99 Ninv YORK AVENUE NICELY-
aMfurnlshed rooms. Table boarders accom
modated. Also, stable to let nolO-lm
(Yt ft H STREETNORTHWEST. NICELY
VAvJ furnished rooms with flnt-class board.
Table boarders accommodated. novs-lt
A QUIET FAMILY OF TWO PERSONS
wouldreoelreas boarders-either two or foor
foung Christian gentlemen. Apply at 731 Twenty
onrth street northwest. no7t
PERSONAL.
AW. SCHAEIT HAS REMOVED HIS
law ofllce np stairs, 459 Louisiana avenue.
aui9-tf
jOSTANDJinj
LOST LADY'S AMETHYST SLEEVE.
BUTTO,with Inserted gold lily, studded with
pearls. A suitable reward will be given If re
turned to this office. no7
'PIANOS AND OEGANS.
PALLET. DAVIS & CO.
"i j
THE MEDAL OF HONOR AND CERTIFICATE
OF DISTINCTION are awarded the IlALLEr,
DAVIS A'CO.'S ttltAND, UPRIOUT AND
SQUARE PIANOS ror
Vol orae and Parity ofTone,'
'Best Construction and Excellence of Workman
ship." "Originality of Design."
'Artistic Sklll.wlih Ingenious Mechanical Device
, Tor Secnrtor Permanence of Tune, ac.'
special Irlstlnctlon Is given In the Award to the
Upright instruments of this firm.' ' See
Centennial Judges' Reports on rianos,
H. L. SUMN fB. Agent,
811 Ninth street northwest.
Pianos exchanged and sold on lnstallmenta at
lowest cash price. no7
k: usr j. be i
EHEST AWARD ATTHE CEXTEXXLiL
The United Btates Cmtennlal Commission and
the Judges of Awards have nnanlmously decreed to
Mi-esrs.WM.Kh ABE & CO.the Diploma of Honor
and Medal of -Merit ror Concert Orand, l'arlor
Grand, Square and Upnght Pianos
By the system of awards adopted Pianos of all
grades received medals of precisely the same char
acter, bnt tbe true test or merit appears only In the
reports of the Judges accompanying the medals.
The Judges pronounce the Enaoe Pianos to be the
best exponents of the art of Flono-maklnx." and
"fully entitled to the leading position, combining
'alt the requisites or a perfect Instrument in the
highest degree power.rfchnrts and tinging quality
oftone, ease and elasticity of touch, effectiveness of
action, solidity and originality of construction and
excellence of workmanship.' The Knabe award is
not confinrd to any slrgle style of instrument, as Is
the case with other exhlbltora 1j this department,
bnt comprises all four styles, and stands unqualified
by phrases Indicative of mediocrity... , ,
Sole agency at BEICHENBACH'S Piano Ware
rooms, 433 Eleventh street, a Tew doors north of
Pennsylvania avenne. .l'lanos Irom different fseto
rtea forsale and rentonthemost accommodating
turns. Tuning and repairing promptly attended to.
oczs-lm
ggBji-ESTEY ORGANS
WfU LEAD THHWOHLD.
fwt J a
We have a targe stock or these remarkable Organs
COHBTA3TLT OH HAXB.
DONT FAIL TO EXAMINE THEM BE.
FORE FURUHAS1NQ ELSEYTHEBE.
lftADBIJEr" PIANOS,
CHARMINO TOR THE VOICE AND ,
UJJSUHFASSED FOB OUBiBIlIIT.
PKIOES LOW AND TERMS EAST.
Give us a call. We sell on tbe most aceommo.
dating terms. t
Large itockofPlasoa and organs for rent. ,
SAXDEBS STATitAX,
933 PcnnaylTBttla Te., Washington,
13 North Cbarles at,, Baltimore,
-JT.B. AUberaldlseinnttoclergTmen, Churches,
Bnndy-schools. Lodges. e. scao-3m
SENS afe. TO O.'F.-EOWELL AOONEW
York, for l'aaaphlit of 180 pages. cooUlatag
1st of ,() newspapers. od tsUaoales thawiax oo2
oiadverttatag, - aahlaj
' .f 4 S -" . " r
FOR SALAIrSJERiSIiTENOxrTN
New Jer-eyv, only nine miles from New Yore
city: everyconvrnleneerabnndanceoffmlt, act ,
nol-t E: K, WILSON. Sll aeventh s reet.
FOB SADE A TWOSa'OBT FRAME
Dwelling House and. Corner Store, fitted np
with Shelvlngs, Cpunters and largv, dry cellar,
nltableiforUroceryorMtrketStore. sootheasteor
ner of Tenth street and South Carolina avenua
southeast. Also, tar sale, two-story stx-rooa
Frame Dwelling House. No., too tooth Carolina
avenue southeast. Apply to
, . tHOs. e. TVAGOAMAN,
ocg-rMWlf No. 519 Seventh street northwest.
FOR SALE AN BLEfJANT RESIDENUE
on Capitol Hill, nearly new, fronting 41 by 88
feet, lot 73X1CO. donblff front, mansard roof, bay
windows on each side, line view of the Capitol and
Park. House contains 14 rooms, finished In bard
wood, heated with hot air, Imprornl furnace; hot
and cold water, and first class in all details. Can be
purchased at less than co't.
J. STANLEY JOXFS,
oci 511 tleventh street.
FOR SALE THAT VERT DESIRABLE
building lot northwest corner Twenty-rlrt
street and Fennsylvanla avenue northwest will be
sold cheap and on easy terms.
J. STANLEY JOSES,
oclt 5U Seven thetrrtt.
AOfl SECOND STREET NORTIIWEST
"JJ y0R SALfe-Two-story brick residence,
with two story back bnlldlng: seven rooms, hot and
cold water: stable on rear or lot: a!o.two horses
and carriage. J. STAVLEV JONES,
sel9-tf 511 Seventh street.
Y7 E STREET NORTHWEST FOR
K9J t SALE Three-story and basement mastlo
front House; nine rooms, water and gas. Terms
to suit purchaser. Apply to
J. STANLET JOSIS,
e!9-tf Sll Seventh street,
TTtOR SALE-TENVERYVALUABLELOTS
A! (40x13: reet each) In Oie cltyorTerre Uante. In
diana. A 111 be sold at a great sacrifice or exchanged
tor unincumbered propwrtr here.
septj E. J. Mft'EET. Sll Seventh street,
FOR SALE THREE-STORY BBIOK
dwelllnr, with back building; 10 rooms and
bath; all the modern Improvements, No. I3S4 Elev
enth street, between N. and O northwou -J,
STANLEY JONES,
leplMf 511 Seventh street.
FOR RENT A LARUE AND-HANDSOME
residence, containing H rooms, wtth all mod
em Improvements. Alio, carrlage-nonse, stable
and large yard. Good location: within one square
xrom toe umereni unes oi street cars, ttent soo per
month.
seplS-tf
.SiA.1 UCA J23v
Sll aeventh street.
T710R SALE OR EXCHANQE-TWO STORY
A! press-brick front Dwelling and Store: good
cellar: Ave rooms; m northwestern seetlon of city;
corner locstlon. W 111 sell "or exchange for small
ptKC,tKcni Km DD.U oi uieruy.
J. STANLEY JONES.
511 Seventhatreet.
selS-tr
FOR SALE NEW THREKSTOKY BRIOK:
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. ISO! Nineteenth street
northwest. J.STANLEY JONES.
Ml5-tf Sll Seventh street.
FOR SALE A COMFORTABLE TWO
story frame Dwelling, with back bunting: six
rooms, in excellent order: fine wateron premises;
deep lot. with abnndance of fruit. No. illi six
teenth street northwest.
J. STANLEY JONES.
cU-tf 511 seventh street.
FOR SALE-TWO THlMTOKV UH1CK
Uou.es: eight room: bath and all modern Im
provements. Northwest corner Seventh and South
A stx eets, lapltol Hill. Laiy terms.
. . J. STAN LEY JOVE3.
el5-tf 511 aeventh street.
FOR SALE TWUiTOBI BRIOK DWELL
ING, good cellar. Latrobes, marble mantels;
bath, water and gas. No. 13, 1 street nort hwest,
J. STANLEY JONES.
aelS-tf 511 Seventh street.
FOR SALE TV O-STORYUHIOK. DWELL
ING; eight rooms. Lnrated In northwestern
part of city. J. STAN LEY JON ES.
st!3-tf 5U aeventh street.
JCTORSALL TWUi. TORY FRAME DWLLC
A'INU, on onrths-reet. between H and I streets
northeast. Will be sold very ehaj anil on easy
terms. J. STANLEY JONES.
selS-tf Sll aeventh street.
FOR bALL NEW TWO STOR1 FRAME
Dwelling, with basement: seven rooms; deep
lot, with earpenter shop and stable on riar of lot
17 P street, between North Capitol and First streets
northeast. J. STANLEY JONES,
sel5-tf Sll aeventh street.
TJIOR SALE TWOiTORY AND BASE
Al ment brick dwelling, seven rooms, and bath,
stoe-room, closets, marble mantels, range. La
trobes, hot and cold wateT, cas, northeast comer
llerce place and Fifteenth street. Terms easy;
small cash payment. J. STANLEY JONES.
tclS-tf 511 Seventh street.
EOB SALE A DESIRABLE THBLE
story preased-brlcs: house, ten rooms, hot and
cold water; deep lot. Located In northwestera part
of the city. J. STANLE1 JONES,
aelS-tf 511 seventh street.
FOR SALE A VERY FINE THREE,
story and basement brick, manurd-roof resi
dence, with three-story back building. All the
modern lmnrovements of finest on All t v. T.nrred
L In onrrof the handsomest rows of houses In the
nonnwesiern portion. or tne city, atame and wiae
alley In rear. - J. STANLEY JONES,
seiS-tf r' i 511 Seventh street.
TJIOR SALE TWUSTOEY BKIUK DW'LLL-
A lng. No. 354 Eighth street northeast, with back,1
MHIHIMI,. IC1H11WIU9, EWNVEtHf. ,ITI (U,
J, STANLEY JONES.
tl5-tf 611 aeventh street.
FOR SALE TWO TWOSrOHV FRENOH
roof dwellings. Nos. 710 and 712 N street, be
tween Seventlrand Eighth northwest, with back
buildings, bay windows, ten rooms, and bath, mar
ble mantel, gas and water.
J. STANLEY JONES.
aelS-tf Sll Seventh street.
FOR SALE SEVERAL SMALL COM
fortable BRICK mVKI.I.ISUS. tvo-itorr and
, basement: gas and water; located la northwestern
terms. JSTASLEY JONES,
seis-tr sa Seventh street.
FOR SALE-SEVERAL TWO-STOKJCAND
basement BBICKS. with two-story back bulld
lnsrs. nrw. with all modern tmnrovemejits- In tne
northwestern section of the city, near two lines of
suvet cars ana marxct. l-riee moderate ana terms
easy. J. SXANLK1 JONES,
selS-tf Ubveath street.
FOR SALE TWO THREE-STORY PRESS
BRICK HOUSES, on iourth, between N and
O streets northwest, nine viil ten rooms, bath, all
modem Improvements. J. STANLEY JONES
se!3-tf Sll Seventh street.
EOR SALE-TWO-STORY BRICK, MAN
SARD BOOFt bay window, ten rooms and
'bath; with all the modern. Improvements: No, 505
B street southeast. J.STANLEY JONES.
seplS-tf Sll Seventh street.
ITIOR SALE THETWO-STORY AND BASE
- MENTMansantroorbrlckrrldcnce.wlthbaek
bnlldlng. No. 113U Eighth street, between MandN
streets northwest; bay window, ten rooms and bath
room, hot and cold water, marble washstands and
mantels throughout: nearlyncw and very substan
tially ouut. vvtu oe sola at a oargain ana on easy
terms.
w. auiii.1 rfu.iu,
seplS-tf
511 Seventh street.
POR SALE-HANDSOME NEW THREE
STORY residence, ten rooms, all elaborately
frescoed: Italian marble mantels; range Latrobe:
hot and cold water, c. Located In one of the must
desirable portions of the city.
J.srANLETjOSES.
sepU-tf 811 Seventh street.
FARM FOR SALE SIATY ACRES GOOD
grassland: large house, villa style, ont-bnlld-Ings,
targe spring; would nake a t!rt-clu dairy
farm; Brookvllle pike, half mile from lilalr'a and
quarter of a mile from the railroad station.
J STAN LEY JONES,
seplS-tf Sll Seventh street.
BUSmESSCTCANCE
S2nn 91,800. 82,000. THESE AND
4ttJJm other sums to loan on real estate secu
rity. Apply at once. M. M. itOIIRER.
no7-3t 513 seventh street.
Qd. ff)f 3(0- '0OIJ- WB HAVE
TtiUUUi theaboveamonntsonhandtoloan
on real estate. We can negotiate loans at anytime
on short notice and at reasonable rates. Amounts
ot tio.000 and upwards can be had at 8 per ceut,,pay
able quarterly, five years to ran.
DOWNMAN GREEN.
oeSS-lm 4l2sevenih street.
FORSALE OR EXCHANGE A FINE
FARM, contalnlngaaventy-three acres, situate
abont fire miles north of Georgetown. O. c. twenty
acrea In hard wood and timber; orchard, auO peach
trees, 125 apple, 10 or IS pear-trees, 40 cherry-trees;
fine water: stream through woodland ; good soli for
grain, grass. Ac; Improved by a two-story frame
dwelling-house, seven, rooms, porch on two sides,
outbuildings, barn, stable, 4c. Price. 0uo. Terms
easy deferred paytnenu at six per cent, interest, or
will exchange for good city property.
j. STANLEY JONES.
ocSO SU Seventh street.
PEREMPTORT SALE' OF SPOBTINO
GUNS. By order or the consignees, we offer
the balance of the English Breech and Muzzle
loading SHOT OUN3 at an additional reduction of
prices, at which great sacrifice the whole must be
sold wlJiIn a very short time. The majority of
thi mare of the well-known English makers, sacs,
as Greener. Scott,' p. Welny. Hollis, Llabrougb.
Ward. Manton, Ac Each la fully warranted. An
early call will Insqre the best selection, aa they posi
tively cannot be duplicated for the prices offered.
8. OOLDSTKIN CO..
Comer Tenth and D streets.
oclS-tf Loan Office and Commission Brokers.
"VTONEY LOANED ON .HEALi. ESTATE.
JsTA Large sums at 8 and 9 per cent, ; smaller snma
at 10 per cent. Houses rented. Property sold at
private or public sabs. '
v SHERMAN HANDY.
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
oel?-lm St. Cloud BnUJlng.
GRAND CENTENNIAL CHANOE.
A fortune can be made tn three mtntha. A
large -Boarding House, No. 811 E street northwest,
for rent cheap. Inquire of
B. H. WARNER.
. Real rotate Broker,
ess Cor. Seventh and F streeeu.
POR SALE BUSINESS STAND AND
DWELLING The thee-story brick house,,
with three-story back bnlldlng, first floor fitted np
aa store-room; water aud gas-; corner location; cen
tral, and In one of the best- business portions of the
cltytneartwolinesofstreatearaand market. Will
be sold at a bargain, an Jon ejir terms
f, S1A.1L&1 JU.1U,
seU-tf
SllSerenth'street,! M
TTIOR SALE OR EXCHANOE-25 ACRES IN
A; Montgomery county. Md., 8 miles front the city, ,
Huaooui a quarter as anuieirnmLanuen, astaium
on the Metropolitan railroad. Land of fl ne quality.
and good Improvements,
ill Seventh street.!
b.JtOnnsi. i
epia
FOB SALE OR E7.CHANOE FOR CITT
OR COUNTRY PBOPERTY-A first-class
Drag Store and Fixtures In the western part or the
city. Elegant fixtures and no better location in the
ctty for a large fancy drag business. New Soda
Fountain, yorfurtherpartlculars Inquire of
sepl-tf ' K.M. HALL. 315 Beventh street.
FOB TRADE A .FINE RESIDENCE: ON
UNION STREET.BUOOKLYN.N. Y.,wlth
Brown Stone trimmings. Three stories and base
ment, also good cellar. Hot and cold water.wtth all
other modern Improvements. Benta for ft5 per
moauu sneumnrauce ot iuwh io oe ftuontu oj
purchaser. Price, 18,000.
Will trade ror nnincnnt.
K. M. HALk
auSS-tf
SU Seventh street.
EXCHANGE FINE BESIDENCE ON
Erie railroad. Will exchange for Washington
city property. Good rrnlt, large house and neces
sary outbuildings. Distant front New YorkXSmllea,
near 1'aterson.New Jersey: Apply tn Dr. W. H.
TAA Lull, taK street northwest. ang3-tf
FOB SALE CHEAP LOTS AND ONE
sqnare. near Lincoln park, at about assessed
Talur-to8centsperfoot. it. M. MALL.
ants 515 Seventh street.
T7"OR SALE TWO FINK LOTS ON A
Ai street north, near Third street, at soernta per
foot. ' It. M. HALL.
aulS aisScTmthstreet.r
FOR TRADE COUNTRY" SEAT OF M
acres, north of city 7 miles. Forest Olen: sta
tion, on-Point ofEoeks railroad. Finely improved.
Large berose-flSrt-em. Bam. springs. 4c, Lawji
ud line shade. Will trade forahonse-nr'Tacaat
rrouad here. BlltlmorK Philadelphia or New York.
aul2 B. M. HALL. 515 Seventh: streets
170R TRADE-aACHES-ONEHALFMILE.
A; fmmBoundaryatreet.iiorOtoftheclty.Apor
Oon of It fine forest. WUlbettwdMferagpodhoasrV
and-difference In Ineutabrs-ice- on hons; assamdV
aulas B.M HALL. 51 SeTtnth street
FOR SALE.
"-'WX ,
5T710E TRADE A FINE HOUS1T OF U
"AV rooms. In best order. In Unrnuvn. mnh.
tS4" IST ti." oa Eastern Shore of Marytaad.
'. c" Seventh atreeC , ;
-TI T STREET SOUTHEAST FOB.
fA- SALE Three-story and basement brick
ut.cuu.0, uru swi., u,u, wiirr ana gas. l-rlee,
15,000: easy terms. J. STANLEY JONjto,
JseSg tf mi Seventh street.
1?
OB SALE.
.WeoffcrthefoUowInglLtof unredeemed pledges
and commission goods at great bargains. Every
article Is fully warranted:
DIAMONDS. soUtareand Inclnster.
WATCHES, la solid gold ox silver eases, Amer
ican, English. Swiss.
CHAINS, solid 22. 14 and U-karat gold.
BIN ON the beat assortment In the city.
BB ACELETS. solid gold or filled. .verr aire.
SETS, all kinds.
STL DP, every kind, sol 14 it and la-karat goli.
SLKEt'E BUTTONS, everydeslgn.
CBO'EJ'. solid gold and IEnman goIiT IIIICL
LOCEJCTS, lady's or gentleman', of itch de.
slzn.
PINS, every kind, new and second-hanL
EAB-BINGS, to match the-plna or separate.
CLOCKS, American, English or Fre jch.
B RON 7 ES. very fine, some very rare,
i hll.VEB or sllvrr-Dlatrd ware.
OCNS, English breech and munle-loadlng. W
and IS gange. new and second-hand.
KE OL ER3. from tt rim ts ,.11 nn.
tiJ??Ii?.'.'',rv' fleld- spectaclea or eye-glasses.
-OaNES. gold-headed and a few others.
ETC,. tlu be seen to be appreciated: lmpos,Ible
to describe. All we ask I, a fair comparison for the
simCar goods to Insure a ready sale. Call and ex
amine before purrtuulnr elsewhere.
M. eOLDHTEXrY A CO..
LOAN AND COMMISSION BKOKW3.
-sesT-tf N . E. Comer Tenth and D streets.
TTtOR SALE THREE HUNDRED ACRES
a- of LAND, or any portion of It, on thel'atntof
Bocks Road, located at or near .Forrest UlenSta
tlpn, Md., nine miles from Washington. Iniulra
Of THOS. J. BROWN. Wheaton P. O., Md.
Also. Tery cheap, one Lot of 38 acres. atrXw
M
ABSHAT.T. HALL lOR SALE,
ThlS Well.knOWTl tn Wmnlt, RnrmnM Ttmir m
.--Ki. , i..r .-rrrr--- r"
Mra ma. j wuu iiu. ti in, irotomac
river, sixteen miles below Wash- i
lngton, D. C, and opposite Moan t J
uiwa, w sow onerra lor saiea
on eaav terms, or will trade fn-l
city nropertv. The niaee ontsJm xm re. Tfi
In excellent state of cultivation: has 13.CO0 young
peach trees, nearly all In bearing; an orchard To
viniwcuwceimtunn snpies; a weu-ouut Ota
fashioned mansion, with 12 rooms and spaclooa
halls, a large bam and several outbuildings, all tat
f:ood order, and fitted np In every way for aNo.l
arm.
The river front Is fitted up especially for exesr
slonl5t5, and Is. without exception, the best loca
tion for thla purporf on the Potomac river. There
is an extensive lawn reaching down to the water's
edge, numerous shade trees, arbors, booths, patent
wlngv 4c, and a partition the largest south of
Philadelphia. There Is excellent nhlng, bathing,
and boating at the Place, and it la thought that a.
flxat-dass bummer Hoanilng-hOtt.e would pay weU.
aa there la nothing of the kind within seventT-dra
ntllej.
A pnOTc road leadj down to the wharf In rront of
the prem!sand Is the principal, lrnot tbe only,
onuettowaaathe river for fruit and produce from
farmers laTtoirles county. The sltels a good on a
for a store, and there is a building on the place ad
mirably adapte for an eh a purtxMe.
The steamers Mary Yt ashlngton and Arrow, front
Washington, touch at the wharf on their dally trip
downward and npward. TheLadyof the Lake, taa
Jase Mosely, the Thompson, and the two Baitltaam
boats (the ashlngton and the Express) stop at
regular intervals, and dally excursions are ran t
the p.ace.
An eulerprislng party could easily make a foe
tanaatth, stand. Apply tn
. . m E xt. WARN ER. Real FsUte Broker,
lG9-tf Comer Seventh and F stree ts.
CVJR SALE HORSE, BUaOY AND BAB.
- ixj, ia arsc-nite oruer, norse la
kind, will stand without hitching, and U
M., tvtM, iMre. inquire at
rtf.l.K.MkirS STABLES.
seB-tf
427 Eighth street.
FOKSALE OR EEiST.
Iqrr f street, (jiichler rowj
I LI lor Bent or Sale-House, containing
seven chamber., parlor, dining-room, kitchen aai
laundry. Hot and eoid water, with all the coare
niente.ofa flrt-cla. house
L. CLEPHANE.
No. ttIO O street.
nol-St Or Boom t. No. 517 Seventh strett
1 A.CIR K STREET, NEAR THE CIRCLE
Atr.Vrt7 yor Sale or Kent Eleven-room house,
finely frescoed and finished from ton to bottom; en
tirely new. Terms easy, l'rlce moderate.
SMITH, BIEGE ACO..
oct-tf M14 Penmylvanla aveaae.
"CIOB SALE OR RENT A NINE-ROOM
A! press-brick front hocse corner of Slxteentn.
and V streets: basement, two stories. Mansard roof,
bay window and all modern conveniences. Also.
two choice lota adjoining- house. Terms Terr
reasonable. ForinfonnatlOn apply at, 1318 Maa-a-chusetts
avenne. sels-tf
RIOE SALE, EX.CHANOE OR RENT THAt
LU.UIUUI UUJUni fc31U.lljta 11M J
treet northwest; containing seventeen rooms, najj
most ellgiblylocaled. and possessing all modem
BBBSsl
Improvements. Half cash. AnnlvtoW.NUT-
Ueasu or tp T. A. POSKY. Fort Foot. Maryland.
STOTSfRANGES, &C.
TF YOU WISU TO SAVE AtOKET
UUTYpUR
STOVES, RAffQES, &t.
OF
JOHN MORAX, 2135 Pn. Arenac
aN'e-rrbllrcr l"Jc.bTinnTs.We,orI.Iht-
DiDjriicBii-r. coneaiioreenoor, 0017757, -KJaap.
Cabinet and Cotaxnbia. Utsnres- b
low as Sift- (m Or-wl inland lii. mjtitl
.AVa&IilDteion JIanxf ?. A fall line .Qt B
'r.itT-Hornln- and Hctlnir Stovrt. thtK-
raBCBt
im r
cne-apetasn me ciiy. uau Dciore parc&uuur ic
wmi pay. lirpainnjr prompuj aucoaeu w ana aac
litactlon ruarantce!. ocS-la
Tames B. BTarrov.er,
133S rorRTEEXTJX STREET, N. WV
btoTes, Grates, Bance, Homa-Fnr.
nlatalntr Coodi, Ac.
Ar-BooHne; and fspoutlDjr a Specialty-',
SPPT-TJ
G 1 E C I A L T I E K .
TIRE OX TnE HEARTH, Open Stove.
MATFLOWEE.
Beautiful Flrc-Place Heater.
BALTIMORE,
New Portable Range.
METROPOLITAN,
Wrought-Iron Furnace.
All first cla. ZacubebetoflUktcd.
HAYWARD & HUTCHIIM30M,
Sll Ninth strtet. near the Aveaae.
oca STOVE AND rLUMtUNO HOUSE-
STAG'S HEAD RANGE.
The Quickest Halter, tbe Mot ronomlcal tleilw
arm CDpet Itaiizr In tJMmartet.
BANQOirrilO-r-CX-OSKT BAOK. SoraMhlnjc
entlrvlj- new, cheap, ftol and fcanUy. Jut d
rAnve cTerrLouMLtprrwlU bar
Also. SanTord's new Ctiallcnse llot-alr FUU
KAC1.; annciior to all othcxa.
Attneiwieajcencror
IIOFF A THOMAS,
oc7-3m WPrennsTlTanLaaTennenottliwcfft
1423 MEW I0EKAVNU;a423
THOS. M. SHEPHERD,
PLUMBINB, STEAM AND GAS FIT
IN G.
GAB FIXTURES.
consisting of Chandeliers In crystal, bronae ana
gSt; exquisite Toilet and Newel Lights: portables
and reading Lights, l'endantai Bracket., ac, la
endless variety atPhlladelpbla wholesale prices.
MANTELS
Of the newest and most elegant stvlea In marble,
slate and carved walnnt, and at the lowest prices.
GRATES
In silver, gilt, bronze and nickel, of 'handsome
design asd dulsh.
LATBOnLS.
A dozen different styles. Including the- May
flower." "silver Palace." Social." Boynton'a
1ST8." Baltlrnorean." ''New Balto and others,
pnt np In the best manner, and guaranteed to give
satlii action.
RANGES.
I desire to call special attention to the EMPIRE"
range, whlcn cannot be excelled by any range la the
market for cooking and baking. aUo for neatinjr
stories above. Also on band the "Defiance,'
Chllson" "Spartan" and other ranges at Terr
low priees.
GAS STOVES
For heating and cooking complete with furniture.
Etnas, Monitors, .tc, lor the sick room.
FURNACES.
Ismprrpared to furnish anr'styles or furnace,
either portable or set la a superior manner In brlcX
at reasonable rates.
'PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING.
Xrnploytn r none bnt tbe most sklllfnl workmen. I
am prepared to execute nil order promptly, and la
a superior manner, anil at the lowest prke.
TSstOS. :iUE. SKngPJBEUPj
3
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NEW YORK AVENUE.
OJ.O BEVINTUaTKKET. OiO
Five doors from rennsytnuUa avenue north.
STOVES. RANGES,
- -FURNAOES,FIHE-BRIOE3,
'FULL -ASSORTMENT OF HOUSK-FUS-
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ttihe warren ranoe and the
8pixnd1d fire-place, kubn act.
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IOCS r'cnnvjlvanla avenne.
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MERCHANTS'1 UNE OF STEA2ISHIFS
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WASHINQTON AND NEW TORS.
Herearter the fine steatn.blp E. O. KNIORTwCl
aaake rcgnlai WEEKLY TRll'S BETWEEN NIW
YOBK, ALEXANDRIA; WASHINGTON and
OXOBOETOWN. a follows: Leave New York.
from pitr 4L East river, every Saturday at 4 p. to.:
leave Georgetown, every Tuesday morning aad,
Alexandria the same day at noon. i
Foe further Information apply- to R. P. A. DEN
HAM, business office and wharf a Water street,
Oecgretown. THOMPSON. Preslaent.
American Line
MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
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Eaainw everTTHUBSDAYfronj PHILADELPHIA
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Cabin, Intermediate and Steerage
ACCOMMODATIONS UNSURPASSED.
Rates aa low aa by any other firat-claas Una.
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Oeneral Agents. Phlladelstaa.
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