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THE ttATIOKAVP-lElPtreraO 10. 18T6. .
-Sontalnlns; Cards or First-Class EstaD
Ilsbaaents la allBranebea oIBaili
na In the District.
.. Baker, sas, MS. is La, ave,, bet. Wi loth su
BafBl C. Palmer. 87 Greene (rtrret, Georgetown.
Agent for TdasseyH Philadelphia Ale. Trade
supplied. In casks mod bottles.
ARCHITECTS AKI) ESOITTEEBS.
Cmu. T, Davis A Co., 6137th it, cpp. Pat. Office,
Hoffman, Franklin A Co.. Met. Bank BalldlnA.
James H. McOiit, S3 Le Droit Building.
vr. M. l'olndexter, Vernon Bow.
H-ury K. Sea-ie, Tin R-t.. ooo. v. o. Dept,
Albert 11. Noerr, 110OE street northwest.
Kn. J. Mlndeleff 11M T street, near llth.
Chas. AbgtaclJobn"VV. Warner, 637 T it. N, w.
41U1W, 4JO UUUIUUU T6
.LTKa, . ensure, .a. v.
v Jew and Corporations, 819 7th it.
r ran,, near TroasuryjIeoartniMt.
-iu'im.tirauie2 a uuuiuus, vyyva.tv
ClgrsA CV.,KxecuUToave., ccr. 15tnrt.
irtnu4oanioo at e;o., iancrs. oay anu iuiovt.
ernment bonds, coin and exchange. Draw bills
or exchange. In sums to stilt, on England,
France Germany, Sweden. Holland. Swtuer
land and Denmark. Banking- House, cor. Venn.
ave. and lDih St., Vernon Place.
4eaAn-Axaerlcan Savings Bank and Bare Deposit
Vaults. Federal Building", cor. vo and T sts.
BASH MOTE EXGBAVEBS.
Excelsior Bant Note Company, Its New TOrX
Tenne John 8. Wellstood. President, Mew
York Office. ZSI Broadway, cor, Warren St.
Coleman's Centennial Bath Rooms, SI 8th St. a, w
r. ITed. Fischer. SIS Sth st, bet. X and tt its.
John A. Blckertnn. BIS K street n. w., near 9th.
A.T. Whltlng.strawh't anil b't bleacher.8-1 Fa. art
-Tint-class Board and Boo-as.8e9Est.,neaTP.O.Dept
'tolOTnons& chepman's Meirepolltan Bookstore, 111
Pa. ave.. bet. sth and 10th sts. Ci-ostantly on
hand the newest and most fashionable styles of
plain and faney stationery. Card plates, "at
-Some" and wedding invitations engraved to the
blithest style of the art. All the new publica
tions recelv-d as soon as Issued
D. A. Brosnan. (catholic.) KU st.. bet. 9thaieth
Win. BalUntynf-Jllellglous e.,)437th st.
J. D. Free. Jr. ij-7 F su, opp. Ebbitt House.
A. 1.. Haxelton. 3 7th St.. O. Y. Hall.
1.. HellMnn's Cheap bhoe Store, 4027th St., ab. D,
TS. Fnn', Boot Maker, 1110 E street northwest.
V. Carroll io. 14 Second street norteast.
-national Brast Worts, sis, SIS and OS Uth rt. n.
w.; Thos. b,imervllie,T mannfactnrer ef all arti
cles used In the 1'lnmolnit and Uss and Steam
Flttlnr Bsslness; a complete stk of J?luxlbe,
Bapplles. . eonstantlvon hanC
otsale. 100,000 No. 1 pres trick and son,005No.l
bard-madebrlck: App'-eman Bro.,1125 li-aT
nnnV7lKll. OII.DISU. Ac.
Sdward Htotpfc. -ssj 7th St.. shops opp. latent Office.
pcncerlan Business Colk ic, 7th and I, sts. N. w
X. H. Klnjr. 13S1 ' st. and SSZ 13th srt. n. w.
CABI'EATEBS ASD BCILUEKS.
'2obt. J. 1-lemlaic. xx Tenth street northwest.
IiOrenzo Bice. tw Maine avenue.
CABPETINUS, OIEt'EOTHS, e.
ffm. . Mitchell 811 Uarket .Space. Carpets, Oil
cloths, Matttnjcb, &c
Boot. H. fjraham. 410. 417. 41' Sth street n. w
iMcDermott A Bros.. 110 l'a. ave., near M rt.
-TVm";Betk. Was-ons and Carriages, 2109J sun. w
J. C. Lay Co. "lalm AK-tsndBroiers,r34ist.
X. W. W hluker. 71S 15th St.. near Treasurr Dept,
-Urs. Dr. Kills. 12121'cnna. av.: alio fUnet Keadar
Koah Walker a o.. of Baltimore, tS l'a. avt
xohn W. Frazet U. 8. commissioner and Xxaml
ner In Chancery. BB 7ih St.. nnder 2d Ji at'l Bank
J. Benrr AlGers. WIS nth street northwest.
COSSETS, SKIBTS, 4c
Donelas A Bra., tth and F SU..SU Closd Bulldlnrs,
Corsets, Skirts, and Ladles' and tientlemea'i
X. Stewart A Co.. Eating Uouse. SM renni. are.
Bckles X Co. Dtnlnc Booms, SO lUi su, so. of Ay,
" DBCG STOKES.
r. X. Dooler. Z3 l'a. are. eontheist.
JJ. r. Hlckling. tufa. ave.. Wasnlnrton Honst
-. B. C. Blmms, cor. litu su and i. Y. ave.
. X. Lewis. rharmarl-u lint ltth street, near F
Jits. SI. A. Bnjrcs, S. V. Dye Honse, 759 Sth st
T. H. Whtat'.er. O JeCerson St.. Oeorretown.
-Welnbelmer Trankel busm Dyelnz, Ac, E3Hlh
aeorre C. AUynard, 1CU it, corner FlfteentOa
t XlecuicBau and Clocks pot ud and repaired.
EnrttaEmp. Office. Mrs. Louise C Butler. WTDsU
M. B. Mchola. Enc'ronTTood, lie Droit Banding.
J. Brman,Uen'lEnKravcrAs7thsu,oD. I'auOQce
WnuF.Lntx, Enr'r on Wood and Metal, 123 la.av.
3, D. Mnnn, Card Enrraver. S3 lennvravence.
HtimJiBumjcar ten. Deals. lles,btsmps, Tal's. av,
A.4sms Express Co., S3 l'a. av., eeo.(W. Boss, art
Knox's Express. 0 l'a. av. and S3 BrlJxe su, Uta
WoodrclCs ratent Or FBlax Papers, 70S Sth st.n.w,
TTAlte Afmtnec alit. ar. s. w.
Furnished Booms. J l'ennsylvanlaTenn,
OAETASIEED COBMCEH, ETC
Whyte A Overman, comer UK and X streets.
CIAS OFFICES. -
OSce V. snnspvetoe of Gas and Metres, 103 Tenth
' 'itretu Ottoe bosrrs. from S to t
GAB FIXTUBES, PLVKBINO, Ot
WnuBorhwcU. 113 B street ce. Mantels at cost.
HaU A llume, VT. Market bpaCS.
Madame Dubois, fron l'art. 131 Pennsylvania tvs
HABI1WABE ASD CUTLEBT.
-J. W. Kcanedv A Co UZSU. ay., bet 6th and 7th,
HATS, CAPS, FCBS, Etc
S.W.BresuB, Practtcsa Hatter, SUSlhsU.buUAI
foys'lmprovod Premium Horse-Shoeing, No. Ca
KhblttHonse, r anal Its streets.
ImperUl Hotel. Z su, bcu lWi and ltth.
iu James Hotel. European plan, 1'a.ave. and sth 1 1
Congressional Hotel. S. J. are. and south B su
Tremont House, Ind. avenue andd su
QllUen's Hotel, E and isth sts.
nr: 13 1 su northr-esu
IIOrSE FUBXISULSG GOODS
8eo. Wants A Ocs. K471hsu. tove l'a. ave.
J as. K, Harrarer. U35 uth it. n. w. Kefrlgera-
ors. Water Cooleri. StoTes, Tin and Hard
ware. BooUug and tpoatlnra specialty,
5. FL-chir, Surg. Icrtrranents, Trasses, 63. thst
Wnrdemann A Co.. rearoraM Del ave.. northeast
Arlington Fire 1ns. Co., 1503 Penn. are. a. w.
WmHl. Bramhall, Gen. Fire Ins. Agent, 6077th st.
fixsUlnk A Co., Gen. 1ns. Axcnts,il P su.nearioth
K. ONdsteln A .. corner Tenth and D streets.
Stf- D (llean. sffiSthsU. opp. Y.M.C. A.Bnlldlnr.
kaVraivewitcnis and Clocks repaired.
2CSTICES OF THE PEACE.
K, O. Weaver. Justice of the Peace and ConTey-
B. C.nm"tM LiSSe.Ta lo Notary and Comm'ri
KID GEOTE DEPOTS.
T. J.Msy, Parts Eld Olore Depot. K3 Fenna, av
JJorrts Peters, 4U Pa. ave., near su PhoUJ
Llthorraphy s specialty.
Meres A Co.. cor. 14lh and D sts. Close carnages
for wedding calls and receptions. Vosxdlngand
livery stables. Willard's hotel staoies.
Allison 2 alloc lr.. 1SU to iSH E su u. w.
a. eoldsteln A Co.. eor. 10th and D sts.
. Heldenhelmer, ISSPa. ave., cor. 13th su
XOOKISG CLASSES, PIC. FB AMES.
Trancls Lamb.-iae Pa. ave., near Uth su
STni. McLean, Dealer In Pine and Hardwood Linn.
iwr. LaihtUhlngles, A'., eor. tstn and rt sts.
- rTEfi KMANOFACTOBIE.
sw-a. A siLt... Mfrtiiir Jin Vast flHA Ut-lTit. "
IHIUI 4SLV D AAUWTIAs, V. a.aa VSM wasi n -- -r
(f ILLIXEBT, tc
ttrs.C. Btratton MUl'rADressMtr.,IUPs av.s.e.
AHerney. 3 E st-tMllk andCreamdeUvertd daUy.
ATCoUlns. S3 Uth' Milk, Cream, Ac, delivered.
O. H. Bempler, 453 Ta. av., cor. X si.
ORNAMENTAL IBOS WOBKS.
John A. Hsyward. Wrought and Cast Iron Ball
ings, lilt Fourteenth street northwesU
Paul LearcDmamestsJ Plasterer. Bar (U N. W.
Armor A Montrop, OCS and CDS D street northwest.
4. e, Parker A Son, 7X1 Thirteenth street northwest,
PAISTS, OILS, GLASS, Ac
George Hyaeal, Jr., 3S D street northwesU
4JxoThb1. jr?, 432 Ninth streetN.W., Manufae
tnreradd Wholesale Dealer In all kinds of
Paper, illlls cm Water and potoxtae streets,
f can JrHalxiediSUTts su. lateCroslry.H. A Soul
" PHOTOGBAP1T GALLEBIES.
'Brady's S atlonal Portrait U allei y, B Pa. aT
lthenssh, cs llth st. . a few doors abort Pa. aT
MalleU'D.avls A Co.'s Pianos. 811 Ninth tt. N.W. j
' TJX XBES.fi AND GAS FITTEBS.
SJesursx. srrat, 3S 7Ui su. near si. m. ,
I.B. Fluhsxn. Pl'onlier and'dasnttei.ntii sUN.E. )
tnMKTivn Awvs-rsi. 1
t .-s"f".ri ......- . .- i
saepuoucau d oo uuee cor. s a. at. hu ibu s
BE AL ESTATE AGENTS A8ROKERI.
A, L. Barber A Co., Le Droit lVM'r.K.E. Di
K.1L Hall, an tth si 0p! Post Office Dcpt.
Chaa. H.lloulton, lot P uN. W., Le Droit B:
Jl. ja. SiOfircr. ais ,io su. vpp. a j. wrpu
Kdwln J. sweet, til Tth su. opp. Post Office Depu
urn. i. Ook7u Uth st., opp. Rlggs A.Co.'s Bank,'
9C tL. , llon. au Tin sircit. opp. r. v. uepu
-W7,OOOJOOWorCifOf property and.stock for sale or
exeliauge for good real estate by Bralsford A
i;--Main xS Pennsylvania avenue.
nSrerman -Amertcan barings Bask Safe Deposit
-sj .Vaults. Federal Bulldlnxs, cor. 7th.aad F sts.
T F. J. tsteex, Wheeler A Wllsoa's Improved. 7W K su
'.The W lUou an (tall other kinds cor. 7th and U stV
fTfaompson's, Le DroltBnlldlng: Finest Dress Shirt
to order, fl.
Edward Swipe, ecg 7th su, op. Patent Oats. . -
BUurers. eul 7th su. op. Patent OSes.
Acker A Co., cor- orth Capitol and E sts.
Catteries. Wires and. sappUes; Oeorge C. Maynard.
lta U streeu eeroiroJ Plfleenth.
TOBACC0 ASD CIGABS.-
CCUars. BestoiaiC KTJT u. n. .- -
"T.Jeff. Cowls's Cigar ranee. B7ta su s. w
CHBKELIAA PABASOL KAKBX
John Boras, 1J D st. N. M.l no branch store '
ynBEAT MEDICAL BOOK ASD SE-j
tat ladles and "genu, sent free for two
Adress BU sToaepa Medical Institute, st.
FOR THE SADIES.
WE SEI.Ii THE
WEED, HOWE, .?
VHEELES WIESOX", -UHOT(K
SECOB, BLEES, AMEKICAX,
WIECOX A GIBBS.
Mm, EIGHANGIH3, EEPAIMg.
HcKESST & CO.,
cg-tf 477 Ninth st. northwesU
1876 rAUj ypEIfIv 18T6
jQ UDiES' SHOES f
KM5T2 6rEXET, (opposite Patent Office.)
A Cnc assortment of LADIXS' 8HOE3, of our own
cake, at prices to suit the times.
English nealsVln WALKIMt UOOrS.
EngtlsbanS Prenrt Kid BUTTOtf ED BOOTS.
French Ooat and. Pebble BUTtUED BOOXS,
THE BEBT IS THE WOr.LD POK THE MONET.
French KU. llll PTJMP-SOLED BOOTS, for
parly or carriage wear the handsomest bout In
Washington, weighing only fire ounces.
Also, Ladles' CUSTOM WOKE made o order at
short notice, and a perfect fit guaranteed, teaom
pKOPD&ALS FOK SUPPLIES.
PATMs.siza'8 Oyyicr, Watt Tahd.I
Kitteet, He. Nor. 8, 117J. f
PrcrxMs'.s la dnnllcate, sealed and indorsed on
the envelope. -JUd Ut Snppllel advertised." will
be received at this effleo until Visa o'clock FBI
DAY. KovemberlS, for the following snppltw of
the best quality, to be delivered free of espense
at the Navy Yard, Klttery, Me., subject to the
usual Inspection, viz:
BUREAU OF YAr.DS AND DOCKS.
4o tons (2,: Its.) bet quality tine English
z toss (2U IbE.) Straw, long, loose.
770 bushels Com Meal.
The Hay and Straw to be delivered InthWy
day from order. The Steal to be delivered in
monthly rcpi-liei ai crdereJ. The quantities de
livered to bo paid for at the vf eights of the Navy
TLe risht it reserved to rejecmny or all bids
that may est be deemed anrantaseous to the
Clot ernment, and to award each article or Item
set arate. as may be most to Its Interesu
Jlcpocible security required for the prompt
and faithful delivery of supplies awarded within
the time pecihcJ
Illask f jnni wlh be furnished at thlj office and
bids oreced at the hour above-named, when par
ties interested are Invited to bo present.
cor3-tJ Paymaster U. S. Navy.
PROPOSALS FOR MAKBLE TILING
PUR THE CMTXD DTATK-t UENEKAL
POST OPHOC WABIUNUTOX. D. C.
Orytcs of bornavisiaa Aechitkct)
Texasuev Detartmest. -WS3:k(itok,
D. C Nov. 1, 1378. )
Sealed proposals will be received at this cmce,
until VI m cf the 11th day of Ncremt:r, li'i,
fr white and black marble tliinsr and bordering
rt-qnlred for the basement of the United States
Ueceral Post Office, Washlnstoa, D. O.
Copy of pecl6rstlcc and schedule, and any ad
ditional inloraaucu, may be had en application
at thl3 Cifire.
c-FHW" Snierrt5lng Architect.
PROPOSALS FOK MATERIALS FOR THE
UNITED 81 ATE& MtVV YABD. LEAUUi.
ISLAND, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
BrzxAt: or Yakdj ass Docks, )
Natt Depabtjist, J
WASHI50TOW. D. 3 Oct. 18. 1876. )
Sealed prcposali, Indorsed "Proposals for Mate
rials for League Island Nary Yard," addressed
to theChieiof the Bureau of Yards and DooVs,
Navy Department. Washington. D. C,wlll be re
ceived at thu Bureau until IS o'clock to. on the
15th day ot NOVEMBER, A. D. 1S7S. for furnish
lnjr and delivering at the United States Navy
Yard, League Island, Philadelphia, Pa., free of
all expense to the Government, the articles em
braced in the following classes. tIi.:
Class No. 1. Bricts; Glass -No. 2, L!me: Glass
No. Z. Uydraclic Cement: Class No. 4, Bulldinir
Sand, Class No. E, Cast Iron Columns, Plate
Iron Girders and Rolled-Iron I Beams.
Printed Khedules. in which the materials and
articles required are embraced, with form of oiler
and guarantee, will be lumlshed on application
to the Bureau, Commandant of the League Island
Navy Yr, and Purchasing Paymaster at Phila
ifo&ds and security in the full amount of the
contract Fill be required, and the Bureau re
serves the right to reject any or all bids, as the
Interests of the Go ernment mar require.
J. V. UOWhLL,
oc2-td Chief of Bureau.
TT S. NAVY YARD. WASU1NGTON.
KJ to)iaAaCA.r.s urncs.
Fcr the purpose of submitting for examination
and test to ft Board appointed ty the Navy De.
Sartmentwlth the view ofestablishlnga standard
Lose for use-In the United States Navy, manufac
turer! ef Ccttot-Cantat, P.utbrr.Lintd Von are
hereby invited to deliver in this Navy Yard, by
the 1st tl November next, free or any expense to
the Got erzunentpecimens of said hose, In lengths
or twenty-five (Oj feet each, -with couplings of
Work's patent attached. Each specimen- must
bear the name of the manufacturer, with cost of
same per loot. Including, also, cost of couplings.
ocS Commodore U. S. N, Commandant.
COTCKiMiArfnOmcE, October 27, 1878.
The iorezoinc; is oo far modified that samples of
oil J,iin ol rubber-lined cam as hose will ! re
ceived for comparative trial, and the time for de
livery of same at this ard extended to the 10th
proximo. JOHN a FKB1GER,
Commodore U. S. N., Commandant.
PROPOSALS FOR MATERIALS TO BE
SUPPLIED TO THE NAVY YARDS UN D Kit
THE rniMZANCE 'P THE CUKE-VU OP
CVS STEUCI ION AM) REPAIR.
Brcsxr or Co3TrirCTio attd Rkfaib,
Washikotos, D. C, Septembers, 1878. )
Scaled proposals to furnish timber and other
materials for the Navy for the fiscal year ending
June SO. 1877, will be received at this Bureau until
E o'clock m. cf THURSDAY, NoTember 1B.1J78,
At which time the bids will be opened.
The proposals must be addressed to the "Chirf
of the Bureau of Conxtruction end Repair, Nary
.Pfpe-rfnr-nf, irtfs&lnolon," and must bo indorsed
"Proposals for Timitr, i-e., for I lie Xav$." that
they may be distinguished from ordinary business
Tofrrrent covfution, end facilitate thc.openinj
of the bide, parties btddirejor euppliee eeterat
yarit tnll tnetote their oiat in teparate envelopes
for each yard, indoreed teith the name of the yard
for sraicA Ike hid 1$ made.
Printed schedules for such classes as parties
deel In and Intend to bid for, together with In.
structiona to bidders, glvlag the fonns.of proposal,
of guarantee, and of certificate of guarantors,
with printed tonus of offer, will be furnished to
such persons as desire to bid, onapplicatloo to the
Commandants of the respective T avy Yards, and
those or all the yards on application to the Bu
reau. The OoBiTaandant of each Navy Yard, and the
purchasing Paymaster for each Station, will have
a copy or the schedules or the other yards, for ex
amination only, la order that persons who Intent
to bid may judge whether it is desirable to make
application for any of the classes ot tnose yards.
The proposals must be for the whole or a class;
but the Department reserves the right to red nee
the whole class, shonld the Interest of the Gov.
ernment require it, before the execution of the
contract. All applications for information, or for
the examination of samples, must be made to the
Commandants or the respective yards.
R er offtrt vtu oe received only from par.
tiel who ere 00 Jlde.dealertin, or manufac.
terert of, the arttclei they offer to furniih. The
guarantors must be ceruned by the Collector of
Internal Bevenue for the district In which they
The contract will be awarded to the person who
makes the lowest bid and gives the guarantee re
quired by law, the Navy Department, however,
reserving the rlKht to reject the lowest bid. or
any.whlch It may deem exorbltanU
inorrineyrormenso section 3I2Z o ie if e
Tlied Statute!, the offer of any penon. who, at
principal oT9urety,ha! been a defaulter in any
pteviou! contract with the Navy Department ieiu
not be received.
Sureties In the lull amount will be required to
fign the contract, and. their responsibility must
be certified to the satisfaction ot the Nary De
As additional semrty twenty per centum will
be withheld from tee amount urtne bills until the
contracts shall have been completed, and eighty
per centum of the amount or each bill, approved
In triplicate by the Commandants ot the respec
tive yard s will bo pal J by. the Paymaster of the
station designated In the contract," or, ircone is
specified, by the Paymaster the station nearest
the yard .where the goods are delivered, within
ten cays after the warrant for the same shall
have been passed by the Secretary of the Treat-
The classes of this Korean are numbered and
designated as follows:
No. L White Oalc Loes; No. 13, White Pine
Plank, Boards; No. U.White Ash Oars; No." Si
Cypress, Cedar; No-U.Whlte-Oak-Stavesand
Headings; No. 23, UruumvIUe: No. Si, Steel;
4a,crewa,of. brass and iron; No, 50, tiiit; No.
81, Auger;; No. 61, Tools rfor ship stores; No. 51
Tools for use'lu yard and shops; No. 84, Hard,
ware; No. 8V White Leadj No. 67, Zlne .Paint;
No. 58, Colored Pulnts, D-yers; N'J. 69, Linseed
Oil; No. 60, Varnish, Spirits Turpentine; No. ex
Spern. and Lard Oil: No. 84, Tallow, Soap; No.
70, Dry Goods furupholsterisg; No. 'LStxtlonery;
No. n. Crucibles.' No. 73, Ship Chandlery) No, 74,
Adds; No. 7K Kosln, Pitch, Crude. Turpentine;
No. 77, Belting, Pnctlng: No. 78,' Leather; KK 88,
Charcoal: No. 63, Wood;; "( "r - -., '
The followlnc are the classes, by the numbers,
required at the respective navy yanlsr
Nos. 18,24, ,!, 48,-M. M,S,80, l85,,J0, 73.
.- -BOSTON,--. - a.
Nos. S5.48,W,i48. M.M.tlM, ,. 67,1
M, 8 J, 81' W JC8, W, to. II.-J8, 71. Jf ,.t;8. ,
' TiO .SEW YORK. ' 1 .
JJos. S, 42, , 8, 67. i, 6, 60, 63, 65, 7S. ,
N0S.2S, S8V39.4J. 48,49. 80,' 82, 83, 6t,' 60. 63, 64,
'8,e,707n,"78,75, TT.78.H. . Jn
Nof.S. S9.48.4, W. 51, 62. 63. W.' 84. 67; 88. 89,
60, 8364, 68,69, 70, 71, 72. 73, 74, IS, 77, 74, 68, W.
Nos. 22,28, 6, St, 18, 4a.t0.5i, 88,-81,66, 67,61 J,
. , MARE ISLAND.
Nos. 18, 2L 8842, 43, 48, ,52, S3, U. A, 67", 68. 6a
'6Q.3.t4;65.rA.X7a.71.I.V78. - SeMjd f
, jaWCrHAVXKtf ON WOOD A3ID KEXAZi
EAL, RIBBON BTAHPSABD
-; XNBIA KCBBEB BTAJSPB
TtoTTlNB.TVXDDlNft AND" "
BOLD AND BTLYXB PLAT1HB r ,
51 Tenth street, beU E and T northwest,
aeU-MWF3m WABHIMBTOX. P. C.
GEORGE T. KEEN,
414 Ninth Stoet,
Begs leave tolnform the pnbl!cthat,"la order to
be np with the present state of the ""-tnr1l depres
sion of the times he has decided to
BESICE THEFBICE OF BUSKESS SUITS
TO $25. AJnp30.
All Garments made to order, as he keeps no ready
made goods, sepU-3m
sBercbant Tailor and Bent's Fnrnlani
ISIS T street northwest,
has received a very elegant assortment of
FALL AND TTIXTEB GOODS,
And Is prepared to make them up In the latest
stilts at moderate prices. sepU-tf
(Late of the Ebbltt Hoose.1
taxes pleasure In announcing to his friends
and the public that he has removed his place
oi posiaets so
1221 F at. N.W., eor. TrilrJeentlJ and F,
WHERE HE HAS TBX
FINEST SELECTION OF GOOD
this side of New York, which be Is prepared o
snake up in
at prices to suit the times.
Ag-CALL AND BE CONYETCED. apH-tf
EYATSsTu ir"ANS. RICHARD STUART
FVANS. ltirHARD P. EVANS. Attorneys-at-Law.
Post Oftlcs Box lot. Olhces corner Pllth
and D streets northwest, opposite City Hall, near
Columbian Law Bnlldlng, and 107 East Capitol
street, near the Capitol. se30-tf
B. H. WARNER,
Corner Seventh and F Streets,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
On OoodEtalZstsle-Seccrltyln Scms to Bull.
PROPERTY BOUGHT AND BOLD,
RrrxBiscxs: Any Banking House la Wash
General Claim and Collection Agent,
2315 M street northwest,
DISTRICT CLAIMS A SPECIALTY.
WM. A. COOK,
Will practice In the Enpreme Cocrt of the United
Btates. Court of Claims, Supreme Court or. the Dis
trict of Columbia. Commluees of Congress andDs
partmenta of $a Uplted Spates ttovernmenU
I B6 Four-and-a-half street, Washington, D.O
Practices In the Courts of the District and Prince
George's connty, Md. delt-tf
T XL. HE BB OS.
CLAIM ABEr.T AND IX.N VitTANOTK.
Northwest-corner inth and G streets northwest.
Deeds,, Amdavl is and other Legal Papers prepared
and acknowledged. Notes protested. Oflce hours,1
from 8 a. m. to S p. m. jylS
A. TSf. Leave WasMnztnn.'
5:00 Baltimore, ElUcou city and Way Stations.
8:19 Bsittwor, Annapolis and Way stations. Poll
of Bocks, and Intermediate Stations. Mala
7:10 Baltimore in a Alexandria Junction. Snnda1
stops at Alexandria Junction.
tUSNXT'l'OEX, PBII.ADXI.rUIA AXD BOSTON
rotes. Pnlmaa Parlor Cars. (Sunday stops
tab Baltimore aad'Way Stations.
e:to Chicago, Cincinnati. u Louis and Pitts
burg Express. Parlors and sleepers.
Frederick, Hagerstows and Valler road.
Parlor and Sleepers. No connection for
W0 Pomt of Hocks and War Stations. Harrison
burg and Way Stations. Valley Branch.
Piedmont and Way stations. Main Stein;
tr20 Nxw Vobkasd rtftcTOs LnnTxrj Exrniss,
and all Eastern cities. No stops except at
Relay for through passengers uaiumore.
and Philadelphia; Sunday to Baltimore and
Annapolis only. ,
12.13 Baltimore. Way Stations, EUlcott City and
1:40 Nxvr York, PnrLAEiLnnA axs NourOLX
Exrnxes. Alexandria Junction. On Sun
day all war stations an Baltimore only.
1:30 Baltimore and Way Stations. Rrederlsk via
4 jo BiLiiiioEiASDUnit ErraxBi.
iuOF-edeiickanaPolnior Uocxs.-svu Metropoli
tan Branch. ) Connects on Saturday for Ha
gerstown and Winchester.
1:1 Baltimore. Annapolis and Way Stations.
eisO Baltimore and Way Stations to Annapolis
l:U Cutenr-f ati ass LotnsrvTLLx Kxrnxss.
(Exeept Saturday) Uagerstown and Win
chester. Sleeping cars to Cincinnati and
8:50 Point or Rocks and Way Buttons.
7ao PEiLAsaxraiA awd baltuio-u Exntxag,
7:1S BalUmore and Way Stations.
7:35 Pittsburg, Cnicago,"andColnmhns.
ai Baltimore. Alexandria Junction and Relay.
10:03 NXYYOBKAWDPHILASIXrinA WIGHT XI-
rsxss. Bleeping ears to Mew York.
10K5 Baltimore and Way Stations to Annapolis
U:UBt. locis, cnicvco and Clscinn-atisei-rnzsa.and
to Louisville on Saturday,
T:18, 8:10, 8:40, :2 a. m.: 140.444S. 8:30, 8:48. 7.-00,
7:18. 721.9A 1U.-0O. 10.-OS and 11:45 p.m., daily.
All other trains dally, except Sunday.
No connection on Sunday for Hagentown,
Valley Branch, ox for New Tfork andhlladeh
phla at 8:10 a. m. and 1:40 p. m.
For rurthex Information apply at the BalUmore
and Ohio ticket omees, Washington Station, and S5,
G01 and 603 Pennsylvania avenue, and No. 818 Fif
teenth street N. W., where orders will be taken for
baggage to be checked and received at any point Is
THOS. B, SHARP.
'Master of Transportation,
L. M. COLE, Oeneral Ticket AgenU
GEO. 8. KOOTZ.tieneralAgenu
QNE DOLLAB BATED.
CHEAP BAILSOADT1CXET 1)17101,
Railroad tickets bought or sold, to jor Jront all
points, at. A- xednctlon' upon any onlce or depot in
thUclty. Apply to M. D. WiUTKSIDK,
827 Pennsylvania, avenue northwest, lathe candy
tore, Washington. D. C- lala-iy
1876. .GREAT "187.
TO THE KOErajtTOBTJilWWUTHWlJST.
Scenery, HAtrnlUctmt Eqnlpment.
Trains leave Washington, Jrom -Depot, corner of
Sixth aad B streets, aa foUows:
For Pittsburg, and the West, 6 a. m.,i
dally, wtui Parlor car -at Pittsburg Jipi
7:40 Ti. m.. dallv. wltn Palace (;ar.lorr
Chleagoaad 110 a. nu, dally, except Sunday,
ForCahandalrua, Rochester, Boffaloi N Is gara Falls
, and the North. 6 a. m dally, except Sunday; and
,7:40 p.' m.ydally, except Saturday, with Palace
Cars, to.Wetklne. For Erie, Canandalgua, Buf
falo and Niagara Jalli,-U-. a. mv, dally, except
For NcwYork and the.East; 1:33 a.m. and 1:40 p.
zn., dally, wltn Palace Cars attached; Limited Ex
press of Pullman Parlor Cars, 9:88 a. m., dally, ex.
wntHDiidir. Yar --.-.
:New York and theuFAst, B.-OSa. m. aud'ljM p. m.,
oaiiy, except sunuay, wiu rarior-cars atuenea.
For Philadelphia, 8.-06 a.m. and 1:40 p. m.. dally,
except Sunday, and 1:33 a. u. and 7Q and 9:4e
p. m.. dally. .Limited ltxpress, S J) a.m., dally,
except Sunday.. t I ti i
Accommodation for Baltimore, 1:8) p. so., dally,
except Sunday.- , '
For .rope's Creek Line, 7 JO s, m. and la) p. su,
daily, except Sunday. I
For Annapolis, 6 so and JIM a. BU and 4:30 p.ja.1
dally, except Sunday.
llexandrii ilreaerlckiburs Eallwa t
Alexandria (i Washlnrton Ilailroad. j
For Alexandria, 333, , 7, 8S0, ,-lVU a; m., 1, l)
V7evAand7rtDpm. Ore Sunday at a. su, 1
UKi p. SO.
Fortbe South. TlaRlchmound, 2:15a.m. dally, and
via Lvneiiburr 7:lAa.m-anl 12:03d. m. dailv. i
'Trains-leave Alexandria for-Washingum,!,., 8,
su. u a. bu, s, ,;, a, . wu , p. in. vn auuaay as
7andt0a.m..andG)Op.m. -J -
Tickets, Information, Sleeping and Parlor Cars
accommodations can be procured at the odcesl
Northeast corner or Thirteenth street aud Penn
jrrlranla Averrarvnorltesuit cprner-ofi Sixth street
and Ftnusylraila vzennevaad as. theVpou' where
orders can be left for the checking or baggage to
destlnstlon from hotels and residences.
FRANK THOMSON. , D. M. BOVD. Jr.
ajl-tf Bea'lBanager. flen'l Passenger Agent,
-rrTASIUNQTON AND OHIO BAILBOAD.
SUMMER ARRANOEMEMT, BEeiXMIXtj-
SUNDAY, BKTWRBB 'aLEXAN
11HIA AND llOIIN'II till. I..
Leave Washington. at t a. m. and 4 p.m., and,
Aiexanona as s:iv a. m. anu ;i,p,in p-isaie.-burg,
going westward, at lltso a. in. and iiZ p. mi
and arrive at Round Hill at 12m. and 7 p. m. Leave
RoundUl)lat8:20a. m. li:30 p. m., pass Leesburg,
going eastward, at 6 a. m- and 1:10 p. m.. and arrive
adAuxandrlaBiUklnuand 8J8p.,to., and. Wash
Jngton at8atttita. and-p. rn.ii J j j -.,
A7-Passengers from i ashington wQI take the
Washington and Ohio cars, at the Baltln;ore and
Potomac railroad tttnpnat 9 a.ljn. and 4 p. ra., and
go through te Round Hill without change ot cars.
The tto a. m. train from Alexandria and 12:30 p,
so. train from Round, Hilt- connect at Round Hill
with Harris' Dally Line or Coaches for Snlekers
TlUe,Berrrvllle and W Inches ter; also, with Reamer's
Vienna with Bliison'f Llae.ot Stage! for Fairfax
LteS?TL .. L "E arBAVEiEX""
AuSSkUT; -T - J itnerUTlcxttAxtat,
THE USEFUL ARTS.
0. T- BO"7ESlV.
HOUSE SIGN- AND OSNASIXNTAL
m Louisiana avenue, bet, sixth and Seventh its.
Jobbing promptly attended to. au2S-tf
TIN-PLATE AND SHEET-IBON
Work, Booing and Soootlng. stoves and
Ranges, at the lowest prices. R. II. O. BOB 1 8,
418S Eleventh street northwest. All work war
CABBIAGE sHAHDFACTTtW WT. ,
413, 4U PllsU9 TtmoVU'uHxttU
-- - ------- . -. . :a,V ' '
Dreoramlsalon mxe ijunrtad.
AUCU1 -ASJ sui UGntCI,i VsVef Wt J
Broome t,;) nfUi tTCnng, Htm York.
latTMIV rnTI.i A. -e t-m
Awnings, Tents and Flagf, i
Ho. 711 Market Bpace, l8tireea Bcrenth and nrht
tp2-tf itreeti northwest.
W. C. I.YCETT.
BOOKBINDER AND. ' PAPER-RULER,
So. 371 FesaxtHFlYanta are., bet. Ten Us
and Eleventh ts&sSonia Klde. .
ssTBooks elegantly or plainly bound, Farlodicala
aatf KMrsnanara rarfaltv assaaAad to.
war. . HiimiiKso;tf ,
aaaaobhaetta Ato., Bet. Tlilrtoenta
and Fourteentb Btsu
lEesldence 1713 Fourteenth street northwest I
All work executed prcanstlr and faithfully.
Tra wM1-t. wois-tf
rUSTH'S PATENT (STEEL) SOLE AND
O HEEL PROTECTORS-Make your Boots and
Shoes lsst twice as long, prevent slipping, retain
shape, Ac. For sale everywhere, and by the in
ventor, E.S.JUSTH. 613 D street northwest Uood
Inducement, offered to re-ee'lers. oclS-tf
S. M. FASSETT,
(rOEMIKLT or CniCAQO.)
925 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
SALXXBT ASS STTSIOS Orxst FSXX TO ALL.
A. R SHEPHERD & CO.,
1117 Pa. Ave. and 407 Twelfth St,
FIXHBEBS, STEAM 1SD GAS FiTTERS,
AND DEALERS IN"
Plnmbera' and Caa Fitters' Xat crlaU,
Hantlea, Chnndellera. BtatnarFs
Bnngea, Fnrniccs, IIeatera,Ac.
Alix'e R. EatraiTD.
Bo. oil D Btreyst, near Lewla
Jobnson k Co'.'m Bank,
all JIOKTJSTEKT3 on hand sold at a great reduc
tion. All new orders made by designs of the latest
Styles. Th hrtwf,TVnintlilpti h.illTlt,UV
ItARBLB narantMd. ff
qg 0 ULJiJXGERIBjmAlTgAIBB.
The well-known and only French baker In Wash
ington, has removed to No. S0T2.H street, between
TwentiethandTwenty-flrststrcets, near Pennsyl
vania avenue, .where. In a house expressly built
for the purpose, he has greater fadlltlea than before
for the manufacture of the best French and Ameri
French Bread a specialty. Liberal terms offered
to hotels and dealers.'
N. B. French bread Is recommended for persons
or delicate health, especially for those suffering
CorrnsEBiE pabisienwe. jean b.
OAUXROX, 806 I street- northwest, between
Eighth and Ninth streets, manufacturer or Flue
French Confections. '. B. 1 guarantee my Can
dles to be pure and always fresh. Ureal. variety;
Pricea moderate. , . . f i 'oca-lni
QOLTJMBIA BASK MOTE COXFAHT.
Bo. MS Penniylrnla Avenn.
We arc prepared with every facility for
BArTE NOTES, BONDS AND OOSQIEBCIAI
WOBK OF EVERY jUNDj tec
W, H. PHrXIP, PreHdeuU
HXO. T. JON'ES, VleePresldaaU
JOHN' W. WATERS, becretary.
JOH3 At. VAN BUaKIRrT. Treasurer,
BBBB BRRK A DDDD T T BSS8
.B BB R AA D D T Y - B
BBBB BRER AAA D D FT 8233
B BB RAAD D T B
S'BS B A AD D T 8
EBB B BA ADDDD ,Y BBSS
Kational Portrait fcrallery,
o. S33 PennaylTanla Aenae,EBet.
Blxtb and Sereotb treet;
Br. Brady has the pleasure or announelngtp his
friends and the public that he has returned to wash
lngtoa and reopened his Trsilery; He will be aided
,bracrpaorthe best artists, and will Avail himself
oiaUtherecentlmproTements In the photographic
art. Br. Brady will give his personal attention to
bis patrous dally froxi8a.su. uil 8 p.m.
WM. B. ENTWISLE, ;
Ooi. PenasjlTania Avenue and Twelfth Si
pxixxtt is' rvnx
f0 DRUGS,. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, J
FANCY AND TOILET AKTICLES,
Sponges, BnuheS) Eoaps, Ferfamerj, Etc
ja-rhyEtclans' Prescriptions carefully com
SALE OF THE BUILDINGS ERECTED BY
THE UNITED STATKSUOVKHNMENT AT
THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF
WASSRtOTOX, D. O.
no.uar stsext xostuwist,
November. 0. 1878.
Sealed nronosals are herebv invited for the nnr.
chase and removal or thefollowlng; buIidinKl
erected by the United States Government In con
nection Vltb the International Exhibition, vli.:
1. TheUorernment'Balldlnsat Intersection of
Belmont and Fountain avenues,' In Exhibition
Grounds, built of framed timber, with Iron -roof
truss; felt roof and glased sides; in form of Latin
cross; central nave and aisles. 400x100 feet; tran
fCJit, 300x100 'feeti cnpol'at' Intersection -sur.
mounted by lantern; whole are&;"102,SI square
fceU. BuUdlnx;ttobe sold ae'It-stands, without
exblbils, sbaflfns or sras fixtures, railroad tracks:
fire-plug;, hoso apparatus cr.lUhtnlnKX0dJ. and
;tot5 removed as soon' aRer. February J, lSAs
possible." Suitable for ronndry." car-shops, Ice
hbuse, 8te , Proposals .will bo received at No. 173S
VF" street.TWashIniton, D. O), until 3p.tn. 3ao.
uarr IS, lSTT, when they will bo opened aud aYrjrtl
-.n ti.n.ii.m-nli. .j1'.f .lw..d..,i.w
.feet, anil addition, 10x14 feet, two.stories high;
capacity, 24 hospital beds, with rooms for dispen.
sary, omces, store-rooms, kitchen, &c. To be sold
as n stands and removed as soon alter February
1, ISTiy possible, , Suitable for farm dwelling,
proposals will be received, as-above, until 3 p. ru.
3. Frame'strnclnre at corner Elm arcane and
Fitty.nrst street; to be removedny Decembers),
1878, all cellars, wells or other- excavations to be
filled np and' leveled ptr.by the purchaser on or
before that date. Proposals will-be received, as
above, until 3 p. m. November 30, 1878. ,
4. Frame, structure on the encampment ground
near George's Hill, in the Exhibition Grounds,
used as traterxlosoU) toberemoTedlmmedlately
after sale. Proposals will be received, as above,'
until 3 p. mJj-Novcmberco, -1878V '
6. Frame building, with, brick foundation for
oneboiler.'nsedfortne steam siren or fog-horn!
, to be removcdlmmedlately after EAle4ropo8aIs
will be received as above. until NoTember, 'M
j.r, Eachibid must be accompanied by a certified
en TvJS lur lupv llll.wi sucu,uuuiit uiu, ,ia uucvw
'tsfb forfeited to the Government In ease the
bidder shall neglect or refuse to complete the
purchase by rait payment within fire days after
notice ofno-tntance of his bid. and no work" of re-
Jmoval to be begun until full payment-Is made.
;'ne uovernmeuurescrves inernajus w rsjecs an
btd not deemed atlsTactoryf' .. (J ", j
" All desired Information In respect to the Oovl
ernment nuiiaing may oo- nau.unon appiicniion
to this Offlee,Torao JLIEUTJ HENKY MET
CALFE, U. S. AX at the Building itseir; in re,
gard t o the Hosidta I Building or ASST. S URG
J. J. WOODWARD, Army Medical Museum
Washington. D. CL or to. ASST.-SURU. II. (j',
YABHOW.iifth? Building; In regard to the
JOHN F. nODGERS, SchnylklU Depot, PhlU:
delphia. Pa., or.-or XaECT. UENKY METf
OALFE, as above; In regard to the Fog-horn
Building, of GEN. 3. REYNOLDS, Engi,
peer Fourth L. U. District, Philadelphia.
All bids to bOvlndorsod on envelope, "Bid for
Government Rundlngnnterhatlonal Exhlbltionl
No. 8," or tor "Hospital Building," "Elm-a venue
Building." or "WateT-rlosets." or "Fog-horn." at
the case may be: and to be addressed to "COL. Si
G.-LYFORD. Chairman TJoanl -U.'S. Etecntlvt
Department, v. u." s. u. i.1 iiiicu,
Brert. LU CcUU. 3. A., Chairman of Board.
qXlS: OFCONDEMNED 'ClSthING.
r -o -- h I'AWUJtJlUJ AiUaAAii
.Will lac oflcrtdiflfi altrat-PaMlc Auetifta; 4C lb
a fluHptlty or.Condemned OJotilng. consisting of
117,Orrat Coats, S, Blonses, a) Iroosers, 8 Blan
kets, Q yaroa.aaris oiue isannei, uyaruasky
ocl7 , Captain sad O.bTK.
USEStSrmhr. . 1
C e - t rsslT ",r : Tr'J i..
K, U'lveurrmu jsrsuisaaawi
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE 151
PROVEIl PROPERTY, FROSTING. OS
TWKJ.TIETH STREET. BF.TvVEEV S
fNp BOUNDARY STREETS - ORtH
ally virtue of a deed of trust to Daniel L.
Eaton, dated May 31, A. V. 1S71. and duly
recorded In Liber No. to, folio as, one of the
land records for the District of Columbia, and
under a decree of the bupreme Court of the District
or Columbia, in equity cause Ko. 4.K7. docket it.
between John A. J, Creswell et al. and Charles W.
Havtnner tt al., I will sell at public auction.
In front or the premlMS. on FRIDAY. Xovcn
ber 10. A.D. 137S.af4dD o'clock Ti.ni.. the following
described real estate, situate In (be city or Washing
ton. D C, to wit: AH that certain piece or parcel
or land in the city or Wash'ngton known and de
scribed as part or square number ninety (90) con
tained within the following metes and bounds, yls:
Beginning at a point on tb west side of Twentleta
street wist seventy-six feet six Inches north of the
northwest corner formed by the-Intersection or
Twentieth street west.wlth north S streeu thence
west nifietr feet, tbeni e north nirllrl t Twentieth
kstrfcet WNt BlnetM-n fMf sis InrhM. ihni-. flit
f-paraUslio first line ninety fret to Twentieth street.
- uirnce to tnepiaee or Beginning.
r Termsi One third casti; balance In six and twelve
months, with interest at elf ht per ceuu per annum
-from the day of sale, for which notes, secured by a
deed of trust upon the property sold, must be
given. A deposit of 1100 wiu be required or the
purchaser at the time or sale. All conveyane'ng at
cost or the purchaser. Iftermsofsale are not com-
filled wlthrwithln seven f7) days, the trustee reserves
he right to resell the property atslbe risk and
cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five days
JSfO. II. TOOK. Trustee. J
- . . J" WORMLEY,
C1HANCEHYSALE.OF VALUABLE REAL'
' ESTATE IN THE CITY OP WASHING
TON. DISTRICT Or COLUMUIA.
a llr virtue or a decree or the Supreme Court
or the District or Columbia, passed In equity
cause numbered 411a, Frtedman's Savings and
Trust Company vs. Robert Williams and
others, the undersigned, as trustee, wilt sell on
FRIDAY, the 10th day or November. A. D. 1578, at
1 o'clock p. m.r at public auction, in front or the
premises, ail those pieces or parcels or ground
lying and being in the city of Wasnlngton and Dis
trict or Columbia, and known and dicrlbod as all
thaipart or lot numbered six (6) In Douglasand
Kiel's subdivision of. square Ore hundn-d and
sixty. (500, 1 fronting uny-clght (M) feet on K street
northwest, and extending biek on ssld lot one
hnndrcd and scventy.flvc (173) Tit and twoO
inches, being all of said lot six, (C) except that
ponlon released and conveyed by Daniel L. Eaton
to J. Madison Cutts et al. by deed or rtlease made
December zs. U71, and recorded In Liber 6o9. folio
577, or the land records for said District of Columbia:
and also all or lots numbered twenty-one CD and
twenty-two, (22. ) In square numbered hrc hundred
'and sliti -two, (5, ) In said city", as the sans are de
scribed In a deed or B. O. Pant to Adele Williams
and recorded In the land records ror Slid city and
District, excepting, however, the sastern twenty
nvefSi) fret of said lot twenty-two, R2.) which lias
heretofore bctn conveyed to Mrs. Louisa Lusby,
m 1th the lmprovr meats, rights, privileges and ap
purtenances to the same belonging.'
Terms of sale are as follows, to It: Ore third of
the purchase money to be paid Iu cash within five
daya from the day of sale, and the balance thereof
shall be paid in three c-qual installments In sir.
twelve and eighteen months from the day of sale,
with interest on deferred payments rrora the day of
sale One hundred dollars in cash wilt be required
to be paid on each parcel at the time the aame shall
have bcn knocked down to the purchaser, and all
conveyancing mail be paid by the pjvbaser.
B. II, V AKNRR, AUCU EaOC'll TOTTEN".
S HERMAN A- R1KOT, Auctioneer!.
St. Cloud Building.
TRUSTEE'8 SLE OFYALUABI.E REAL E3
TATK SITUATED ON" P STREET. BETWEEN
TW KM Y FIRST AND TWENTV-hECONO
STREETS NORTHIS ET.
By virtue of a deed of trat to me. dated
atStm. August 7, A. D. 1173. and dnlr recorded in
SP Liber "o. T3, folio 19, one of the land rc
wJ5cord3 for M'ashlngton county. District of
bta Columbia, and at the request ot the party so
curvuthereby, I, astrnstce, will sell at pnbllc auc
tion, In front of the premises, on MONDAY", toe
Cth day of Not ember, 1575, at 8 o'clock d. m.. all
tht piece or parcel of ground known and distin
guished as lot lettered "A." In Maria Swann's re
corded sub-dlvlslon of original lot numbered tblr
in. (U,)Insquareslxty-.Ight, (C9.)U the city or
Washington, District or Columbia, beginning for
the same at the northeast eovncrorsald lot llrleen,
(13.)onP street northwest, and running south on
the line or said lot slxtr-seven (87) feet nine (9)
Inches; thence west urteen (11) iVct. thence north oil
parallel line with linu if said lot thirteen (13) sixty
seven (B7i feet nine (?) Inches to P streeu thence cast
fifteen (13) fret to the place of beginning, contain
ing UOit square feet, more or less.
Terms of saloi One hundred and twenty-three dol
lars and nineteen cents, with interest at the rate of
tin per cenu per annum from Angust 8, 173. and
expenses orsale in cash; the balance at twelve (12)
months, for which therrote of the purchaser, bear
ing interest fromithe day or.aale, and acurel by
deed or trust upon the property sold, will be taken.
A deposit of f 100 will be required of the pnreuasr
at the time of sale, and aU conveyancing wlU be at
the expense of the purchaser.
If terms of sale areuot compiled with within seven
17) davs the trustee reserves the rlffht to resell the
property at the risk and cost of the defanltlngpur-
43-T1IE ABOVE SALE 18 POSTPONED UN
llloATURDAY. N'otember llv ijtk. at,4o'rlock
S iu. uc. ,,..oa.v,v..K. ,,
J. SWEET, Anctloneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A NKAT TWO-STORY
llBH'li DtVEI.LlN'O OV TUE SOUTH SIDK
OP I STREhT. BETWKEN" TIllRrEENTII
AND FOURTKKN'TH STRE17TS NORtHK AST,
AND A IIKSIRAI1LE LOT, WITH S1UI.I,
FRAME llKH.OlNll, ON TIIE boUTHWKnT
CORNER OP F.LEVEN"TU AND R STREETS
aBr virtue of a deed of trutU dated April H,
A. D. 1978, duly recorded In Llbcr N'o. 830.
MlollO. etso,)., one or the land records for
the District or Columbia, and at tne request or
the party secured thereby, we will sell at public
auction, in front of the premises, on WEDNES
DAY. N'pvcmbcrlS, 1570, the following described
real estate and premlses,4ltuated, lying and being
in the city of Washington. District of Columbia, to
lt: At 4 o'clock p. .ra., all that. certain piece or
p.rcelof land known and designated as lot num
bered arty-five, (85.) IntVollard's subdlvUlon or
ots numbered thirty-two (l!) to thlrty-etght, (JJ. )
aud part oriot numbered thirty-one. (41,) in Mah
ler's subdivision or square numbered teu hundred
and twenty-six, (103,) together with the imorove
ments, Ae. Also, otao'elockn. m.7 all that piece or
parcel or ground known and designated as part of
square numbered three hundred and nine, (309. ) be
ginning for the same at the northeast corner or said
square, thence south along the line of.Elcveoth
street west forty (40) feet, thence west sixty-eight
) feet and three (3) Inches, thence north forty (D)
fceu and thence east to the place of beginning, to
gether with the Improvements. Ac .
Terms : One fourth cash, ami the balance at sltj
twelve and eighteen months, with Interest at eight
perccnu perannum.secuTed'byacee-1 of trust on
the property sold, or aU cash, at the option of the
purchaser. A deposit ofillOO will be required on
each lot at the time or sale, and all conveyancing
at purchaser's cost. Terms to be compiled with In
'braixard h. warser, -,,,,,.
CHARLES C. GLOVER, ) ""n""5-
CHIBJIAN BASDI, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES SALE ofTtEAL ESTATE SITU
ATED ON ALLEY BETWEEN F1KTEENTH
ASD SIXTEENTH AND L AND M STREETS
By virtue er a deed of trust to us, dated
a- November 5, A. D. 1872, and dnly recorded
Vln Liber No. Tuo. folio ltd, one of the land
91 records for Washington county. District of
: rjotmnbta. and at the reanest of the rjartr
.secured thereby, we, as trustees, will sell.at public
auctlon,inirontorineprcmises,on i r.u.-ouJt.i,
the9th day or November, ISTS, at 4 JO o'clock p
vav, all that part or lot or ground numbered four
teen (14. ) In square number one hundred and ninety
eight, (196.) as the same Is described .on the plat or
lou and squares In the city. of Washington and
District or Columbia, described as follow: Begin
ning for the same at a point one hundred and one
fvet south rrora tne northeast corner of said lot,
thence running south rorty-Hve (45) feet eleven 111)
Inches to av 3foot alley, thence west along the line
otsald alley twenty-live (23iftxU thence north for-ty-nre(4.k)fect
eleven lncnes, thence east twenty
five (73) fceu to the place of beginning.
1 erms of sale: 3C with Interest at the rate or
ten per centum per annum rrom Novembers, 1875,
less 810. re-rervetl on aeoount.and expenses orsale In
cash: the balance at six and twelve months, for
which the notes or the purchaser, bearing interest
from day or sale, and secured by deed or trust upoq
tho property sold, will bo taken. A deposit or 810
will be required of the purchaser at the time orsale,
and all ce-nveyancUig will be at the expense or the
pumiaser. si terra, uimvonnvt cvuiucu wiui
within seven (?) days from day or sale, the trustees
reserve thev sight o resell the property at theiUk
sight o resell the property,
'the dpCultlnr nurriiaser.
and cost of. the
JM!. W..-V.Y'!:"4. I Trustee..
H. "vYABNEB, Anctloneer.
.TRUSTEES SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
KEAIj UTAIS UN IIOWAKU AVl.rtUB.
BARRY JAltil-SUBDIVISION. COUNTS' OF
T -WABHINUTON, D. O. ...
1 ii- By virtue of a deed ot trust to Daniel L,
rsssM Eaton and myself, datxd April ZJ. A. v.
K'.r Jt?" "w.vr'':y''i:."."."s.r-.,7ct
IU11U ... U11C1I1 ,iic iauii nviui lot ,a
lnirton MWntr.' D.-cl.. and at th reouestof
...... .... .l.k. T k ..-.1.. .m.-.a
-.111 ofl-fp fnp..lf. In frnne or the nrrimiBe.. at 410
, ,. TJ m,.L'f.- ,uT. ,-h .,.n i
-vcmbcr. IsTCall that certain piece or parcel of land.
lying ana ueiug in saiq county oc asumgion. i
bclngpanof a tract called "halnt Elizabeth," and
known and designated as lot numbered six (6) In
section numbered nine (9) In the subdivision made
by Mosrrs. Fomcroy, Elt ans and Howard as trustees
1 orBsrrj Farm, according to theplat thereof on file
in the office of the Surveyor or said Washington
county, the said lot number six (8) containing one
acre ofland. - i
Terms orsale: t505 with Interest attherateortcn
-per rmtum per annum from April 37, 1S7I. less 820
recelvi'd onaccounu and expenses of axln lacashj
the ta,nce In six, and twelve months, for which
the bye- of the purchaser bearing intcre-st rrom tho
day ot ml and secured by deed or trust upon tho
propcrty.-w'U be taken. A deposit or 8100 will be
required at the time or sale. All conveyancing ta
be at the eost 'if the purchaser, ' In case the term, of.
sale are not c mpne-wwiiawiuiiiiBevcaj; uars, ui
trustee n-scrtMs the right. to resell the, properly at
the risk and cost orthr dcfanltlng-pureliaKT,
UEORUE'Wt BTIOJiNEYv i
oclO-iur-Ails . . gmviviag srnsiee.
CHANCERY SALE OF LOTS, IMPROVE
i HY TWO FRAME HOUSES. ON NORTH:
t STREET. ., ' , D J
ijj, By virtue ora decree passdbv the Bupremd
aLonrt or tne Disiricioi e.oiumoia int-uuji
eanie No. 47SI, docket 15. we wilt sell at nubile
auction, on the pruuises, OH.SATUKDAY, thd
llth dayor NovenilvlJ7i;-ti4i) o'clock p. m..i
those lots or ground designated jipon the Wiu ot
W ashington rtyas-Iots norabcrcd six rejand srven.l
(7.) In anialls subdivision of-squatv.'uumbered,'
eight hundred and twentylght. vuf, togctieri
.wrihthelmnroTemtnts;-! ii ' ' 1 v - ... J
Terms er aale, prescribed by decree: One third.
cash: balance In eqnal Installments in six (4) and
twelve OD months, for which note or purchaser J
bearing elgnt.per cent. Interest from date untie
paid, and secure-d by deed of trust upon property)
sold will betaken. Alt- conveyancing and record-i
lag at cost or purchaser, irtsrms are nut compile!
with in fli c days from time or sale the property wits
be resold at the rUX-iud cost or drranitlnr pur A
sale.' &1U.1C1-T. -iTJuai as, i ruMer.
11 . 4x1 r.oul-lans avenue.
EDWARD C. C.lRRlNOTON.Trustr.!.
"B.H.WAIt.N'ElU Auct. 4VI Loulslaaa avenue.
X T. WOBMLET, Anctloneer. -
rnttSTEF.S SALE OP 'VALUABLE RE AlJ
ESTATE. SITUATED IN POTOMAC CITY.
By virtue of a deed of trust to u. dated
sW October 7. A. D. 1ST', and duly recorded In
jaRLlber No.-, folio m, one-of the land
swafsairecnrdsior uasoingiuucounii, ii.brict ul
'-' -'- and at the raiuestof tlm party
jurl therehy, we, a trnste-cs,- will sell, at pain
11c auction. In front orthe premises, on TIIUi:s4
DAY. the aoth day of .November, ilsTsV at- 4:ml
.o'clock p. nt the fllowlng-decrlhed ral etate.l
sltnatpta the county-of Washington. 'DIstrlefoB
Columbia, to wit! Lot numbere', twenty. Ri,)lnf
section nuutbe red two, (8,) In the subdivision c
Karry Parm, aam.de by JS. C Pomeroy, J. RJ
Eli ans-and O. O. Howard, trustees. . I
Termsor sale: One hundred dollars, with Inters
est attherateortcn per-ccntam per annum froni
October?. 1874. and expenses or sale In easattjq
balance at six and twelve months, for wtilcii thtf
notes or the purchaser, bearing lnterMt from the
day orsale, and secured by deed or trust upon the
property sold, must be given. A deposit oC f will
be required 01 the purchaser at the time of wile, an.
all conveyancing will be at the expense of the pur,
1 chaser, slf terras or.aalearo not coeipllod.wttb;
within seven 7) dan Ihe trustees reserve the : right
to resell the property at the risk and, colt or thede-
,ruiung thA w AlKDt , I
- AUCTION SALES. "
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
PROPERTY FRONTTNU OX O STREET,
BETWEEN FOURTEZ1STH ASD FIF
TEENTH STREETS NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a deed or trust to Daniel L.
Eaton, dated June 21. 1372, and dnly re
corded In Liber No. ess, folio 1, one of the
laadrecords 'of the District or Columbia,
and under a decree or the Supreme Court "ot
Hrlct or Columbia In equltycause NTo. 4.89.
docket 18. bstwren John A. J. Cresweil et aL and
ilsry A. Caldwell, et al., I will sell, at piblic
auction. In frent ofthcnremlses, on SATURDAY,
Novmberll, A. D. lS7Cat4:30 o'c'oek p.m., the
followlngdrscrlbednal estate, situate in the city
of Washington, D. C, to wit: Lot numbered
twenty rso.) in square numbered two hnudred and
eight (TUB.) according to Plant and Rlggs' sub
ill lilou thereof.
Terms: 8333.23 and expense, of le la cash, bal
ance In six, twetveand eighteen months, for which
the noterof the purchaser, bearing Interest from
the day or sale and secured by a deed or trust on
the property, will be taken. A deposit of ftco will
be required of the purchaser'at the time or a!e, and
allconveyanelngwlllbe at the cost of the pnr
chaser. Termsofsalotobe complied with within
seven (7) days , otherwise the trustee resen es the
light to resell the property at ftie risk aid cost or
the defaulting purchaser after Ave days' notlc.
JNO. II. COOK. Tnutee.
noI-WFJIids J. T. WORMLEY. Auctioneer.
H. ITABXEH, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' BALE OF A DESIRABLE BUILD
INU LOT ON THE NOItTII HIDE OP W
MM) NEW HAMPSIIU1E AVENUE.
xy vinue or a ueea or trust, aatea juiyij.
a. Lr.is.. auiv recoraea in j.ioer no. nr..
folio 49-5, one oi the land records tor the Dl:
trict or Columbia, and at the request or the
rartv secured therebr. wewlilsell at nubile
- .-.....-.... ,..Z " .M....SV. . -
UlllUU. UIIVUIVI lUCPECUllKWIOAlUl.Vltl.
r,ovcmDcr n. ivrcat s:3Q o-eiocx p. m.. an mat
piece or parcel or ground sltoatren the city of
Washington. 111. trict or Columbia, known and clll
tlnguishedasand being lot numbered eight. (S.)in
William Mnrphys recorded subdivision of squaro
numbe.ed two hundred and two, (SJi) rrontlng
twenty (30) feet on W street, by a depth of ninety
prii feet, to an alley.
- Termsi sxo. with Interest at eight per cent, per
annum eniirora July 17, 1478, and on tr2" from
Julv 17, IS7. to day or sale, and expense or sale In
cash, and the balance In twelve months, w lth inter
est atslx percent., secured by a deed crtrut on
the property sold. A depo.lt of two required at the
time orsale. aud all coureiancing at purchaser's
cost. Terms to be compiled with in seven days.
J.OCVALE. IT' ,
J. J. VAN HORN, (Trustees.
. . , J. T. COLDWELL, Salesman.
VOl7NO & MIDDLETON, Ancts.
TRUSTIES' SALE PA NEAT TWO-STORY
FRAME DWEI.LIMS ON TIIE WEST SIDE
tip TENTH STREET. BETWEEN V AND
W STREETS NORTHWEST.
allyslrtue or a deed or trust, dated March 1.
A. D. 1570. dnly recorded in liber No. all, rllo
:w. one of the land records fv the District of
Columbia, and at the request of tlie party se
cured thereby, we will sell at public auction. In
front of the premises, on SATURDAYi Noiember
II. liCS. at 4:3u o'clock p. m .the following described
real estate, situate In tne city or Washington, Dis
trict or Columbia, to wit: All that piece or parcel
of ground known and discrtbedaslot numbered
twenty-three, (a, I In John O. Adams' subdivision
of square numbered three hundred and thirty-one.
f"21,) as recorded September 3, IS08, In the ornco of
the surveyor of said city. In liber II, folio 133, tj
Turmsi One fourth in cash, and the balance at
six, twelve and eighteen month;, with interest at
eight percent, per annum, secured by a deed of
trust on the property sold, or all rash at option of
the purchaser. A depoU of fluO required ot the
purchaser at time of sale, andallconvey.ncln at
purchaser's cost. Terms to be compiled with la
S1.A1. Alii' 11. m.llfe<.
1 MA1IL.1L3 C. eiLOYS:
IJJCCAXSOX J3ROS., Auctioneers.
TlttTSTEZS SAIVK OT VALUABLE IMTROVCO
IPOl'EKTV N TUK XAbT SItK OK HE'-ENTH-STIIEET
aBr Tlnue of a deed of trnst. tlatM Anrll CO.
A. D. 1376. dulrm:oraetliDllb4-ra. fjii-foslo
B,on?onbeUDJrecortl8,for the District of
Coiumhla, nd at theirqn8?Tof tfc party -enred
thereby, wc is 111 trll at public auction tn front
of thercccilses, on TUEaiAi', Norember it, UTS.
at A o'clock- p. in., the followjor described real
estate. Htute la the county of A aiiiinpton. DU
trictof Columbia, to -wit: Alt that piece or parcel
of landlxlngon the tat ride of the deTcnth-trcet
road and north of tac Howard Unlreraity. be
Inffpartof tbe farm formerly orrneI br Jorui A.
MnlUi, and belns the sontb lialf of a two (2) acre
lot (comprised or part of lots two (S and three (3)
Jo the partition between the be Irs of Bobrt 1'eter,1)
conveyed try-the said John A. tf mtth and wife to
John Jiaaersmlin by deed date! Septembers. A, 1.
island recorded in Liber U.M.H U. fiUoW5,
together ifltb the Improvements, coniUtlnx of a
to-torTbrict dwelilnjr. Ac.
lennsi tme third in cajh. and the balance at six,
twelve ajidelKhteenmomhs. with. IntfTe&t at 6 per
cent, per annum, secured by a deed of trust on the
crotttrtraaJd. or aU cash, at the ootlooof thenur
chaserr A oepotdt of 100 will be required of thec
luii,u'cvi at iui assui; vi OASt auusa vvuiejauwus,
at purchaser's cou Terms to be compiled with tn
seicndayi, otherwlie tbe trustees reserve the light
to resell the property at the risk and cost of the de-
faultlnar nnrehjvr. after live daTS advertisement.
IlKMtV KrOAbllUIlifKB. Itmih
lfHAlNAlEU U. WAllN<, J--fw-
"T4I 4 U i U "aSU
CaHC'ANSOX DUOS., Anctloaeers
T7!CSTKES PALIS OF VALUABLE T3trBOVED
II(OrEKTV ON SIXTH NTl.r.ET SOlTril
V EST, AM) UsN K STREET SOUTHWEST.
OX bEYZXTI! HTBEET AND OX NINTH
MByvlrttte of tiro deeds of tnut. dated 5ep-teuibcrD,-trs,
aad recorded In ItberXo Sua,
folio i:t, and March 6,' 187, and recorded la
liber 3o.8U.otlott.etsei.,aA.d at tlte re
finest of thepartT s?eirred therehy, wc Till offer for
ale, on WElN ESD AY, November S. U75, at 4 p.
m.in front of the premises, part, of lot 9, in Todd
and Ounncir subdivision of square lso.4ii.com
meneinjr fbthe same at the northeast corner of
said lot. and running: theneo south nfteen nfeet
nine and one third (tS) inches, thence west one
hundred and twenty (12) leet, thence north fifteeu
(14) fett nine and one third Vi) inches, thence east
,oue hondrcd and .twenty (13u feet to the place of
Itc-glnnlng. and improved by a three-story brick
dwcUlnp, situated on XxtU street. betweeal and
E stretU south nest.
And Immediately thereafter we will sdl lot 31 and
the eastern, part of lot 33. in square Ji o. son, iaid
eastern part or said lot 33 having a front of three
(3) feet on south K street, a nil run nipt back with
the same width to the southern line of saldlotand
the pnbllc alley, and improved by two two-stiry
frame house, sfrcated ou K stive, between Four-and-a-half
and olxthscretts southwest.
OnTIlCESDAY, ovember 23, 1ST6. at 4 o'clocte
p. m we will sell pail of lot 1?, tqnare4(9, bejel ut
ninjr lor the same at a point on tne line of Seventh
Stmt webt, twenty feet nonh from the southeast
corner of said Jot 12, and thence rnnnlnjr north
alonp said street twentT feet and four and a half
Inches; thence wet one hundred feet to the rear
Una of said lot; thence south twenty feet and four
and a half inches, and thence east one hundred feet
to the place of besrlnnlne, improved bra threc-sto-y
brick u wellMg; situated on bocnth street, between
B and S streets northwest.
And lmmedlttriy thereafter, all that piece ana
parcel of ground known as part of lot 14, in square
r o. 3C4. bfjcinnlujr for the same at a point on Math
street fort) () feet south or the northeast corner of
said square 261. andrunninar south twenty (30) feet
with the line ofWlnth street, thence west oaeTiun
dred (ICQ) feet to original lot 13, thence north twenty
(2D)ft.et. and thence east one hundred (100) feet to
the place of'beglnntn'r. This lot -Is situated on.
'lnthirert. between Bhodc island avenue and It
Terms of sale: One third cash, and balance pay
ablelnslx, twelveand.eUbteen months, with In
terest at S percent, from day of sale, to be secured
by a deed of tract. If the terms of sale are not
complied with within Bve days, the trustees re
bexve the rljcht to resell the property at tbe riifc and
coU of the dcfanltlas; purchaser. A. deposit of
fu-0 will be required on each sale. Conveyancing
J OS KIM I K. EOSOX, Tr,tM.
THOMAS UYliE, J Trustees
II. WARNEB. eor. 7tU and r sSts.
THUbTEE S -LE OF A TWO-STOnV FRAME
jiuuM-io.N Till, south sun; UK istkeki,
ABOVE mVETV-VIICST STBEET OBTH
ulT. . .
Bv virtae or a deeuor trnst. oaten i?e
Cfmber li A. O. lSTt. duly rccordwl in
Liber Xo. 70S, folio 73, one of the land records
forth a iilktrlft nr t!oInmhla. and hr direct lou
of the parrv secured thereby, 1 shall sell at public
auction, in front of the prunl&ea, on TUESDAY.
ISovemberSl, PCS. at 4 o'clock p. m,. alt thit lot or
ground situate In the city of W ashington. District
of Columbia, described as part of iutlneuty-one,
(21,)ln square ccvcntE-seven, (77,) and bes inning
atapointonthesoBthlincof north I street, seren
teen (17H ftct eastward I y from the northwestern
corner of tld lot; thence running caat eighteen (18)
It-ett thence so uth ninety (90) feet eleven ( tl ) inches;
thence west eStzhtiai feet seven and a1 hair (7M
Inches: theueo&ontU to south lineofwM lot; thence
west nine (9) fret four and a half Vi) Inches; thence
north to tho plane of btglunlng', tosethcr with the
Terms will be made known at time of sale.
K. A. -UcIXTlllE , Trustee.
novS-AVS&ds J. T. COLDWELL, SulMma.i.
TtTESTEHN MARKET STALLS.
Exaixr.xn's Ornci, )
lltSTRICT OF COLliUSIA, V
1VASI1ISCTOX, 1). C Nov. 7, 13T8. J
Notice Is hrrtv clven that rlchts to occupy stalls
In the new Western Martert bulldlars, southeast
cornrrot K and Twenlr-llrst streets northwest.
Waihlurton city, will be sold at public auction la
said bnllJlDR, the sale to beeln on WKUNKSD aY.
tbelith day oriMovembcr, 187a, ati o'clock In the
afternoon, and to continue, unless otherwise or
dered, at the same hour from iTar to day nntll all
are disposed of. ,
sor particulars see circular to lie had at the office
ofThof. M. riimman, tnrneclor ofbnllillngs ofllie
llyonler of the Commissioners D. C.t
K. I.. HOX1E.
Lletrtcnant Knxlnecrs, U. M. A.,
no-8t Fnaineer of 1. C
Bfl. WABMEK, Auetlone-er.
v j- e - eJ . j
TRUSTEE'S SALE OSJA NEAT TTTO.KTOtlY
VHA.ME. DWELLINtf. WITH .MANSAKIS
lnvnu i lt inim uiC)Tr 'VWav UsAU suis
j UNIVEJialTY, JN THE COUNTY OF WASH-)
2 "Bjr virtue of a deo! of' trnstl 'dated Feb-
amurr ZT. a. IK 1K3, utt.yrcconiea in utoer
ho. til, folio tM, one of the land records foe
the District, of CoIambLi, and at the request
of the party aeenred thereby, wewlU sell at pub
lie auction, in front of th premiss, on WEUNES-
DAY. ovtmlr li, 1S7S, at 4-3) o'clock p. m.4
thefoilowlpjsr described rtal estate, situate In the
county cf Washington, Dtdrict or Columbia, tq
wit: Tlie west half of toraambered debt () 1js
block numbered twenty-tbre, (SX)inUie Ho want
University subdrrlUon of the-' farm of John A J
timltb, as reconled in the surveyor's jfflce of Wast--lDRton-county,
D. C. togethrx with, tlie lmprove-1
m-nts,c. . . . .
Terms: unennn mcasn,ana ineoaianceas one.
two, three and four year, with interest at 8
rent, ner annum, accural bra deed of trust on
property sold, or all cash, at option of the pur
chaser. A deposit or I too required at the time oC
8.11c. and alt iconvcranclnic as purchatcr'a cost.1
If terms of sale are not compiled with In seven
days, the trustees. reserve the right to rcell tho;
property at tbe risk and cost of tbe dcfaultlns; pur-.
Cliasex. alter .vc uy. wirruKUKni,
VlLWAM F. MATTINOUY, I t,,
J. T. cOldweli.,
r.O. YK STlCKJSEr, Auctioneer,
TIIIISTV.ICS SAV.1C llf A TTVO-TllltV- ANI
IdANHAItll 'HOOF BIftCK WITIt UAitKHEN'T!
iiu-ki.i.inu us thk hoiitii mii: or i!
bTKKT NORTHWEST. UIcTWBEN FltMTI
niir-r.r nuKiuuiii -v-x .tvitiu e.Ai.'
TOl. BTKKJTr. . , - .
llw rttiiiniif ili.il nr trnct- ,lat.l Jfln.TT.
(EVa. 1. is.lnlr rc-ordcd In "Liner Ho.'ixi
'KSKfeiinrfci, rreeor hiouthi renrJ ror lae-aiu-i
AJntrict or Cotumbls, ami at IM reqsest of tlirf
liarlyttcund thireuy. ir will se.ll at.pnbllc auc-J
lion. In front or Ihe prrmlscs. on Ml'N l)A. NoJ
lemixra', IK, at Uliovcorl. ii. m., tlm roHowluri
dfcrlbtd real estate- ln.llie rity of NVabltia:tatt.
Dl.trletof Cnluuibls, tnwit: All tliat piece nr parj
eel of aronud, known and dUtlncuUhed on the plac
nr plau vf said city as lot lettcrv.t "11" In J. U J
Waters sotllvUIfui of tart of iniare nninnered
l hundred and twrntj-iliri. (823.) tenrcther wltls
the Improvrlmnt.. At-..'tuitJ-cttna prior lncniun
brauceofaboul ft,Ut winch will be made known at
time of sale. , , . . J
1 rrma: One (hlrd rub. and the balance at li and
twelveuiontlis. with intrrrst at elaht Ter oeub pes
annum, secan-ilbyadevd of tro.t. on IbepronertM
sold.railca.hal4hcoprlon.r the purchaser. Al
drporit of VOO rrqulreifattbatlJieof sale, and all
convrvandnc al purchaser", cost. - Terms to M
compiled with In seven dajn. otherwise to trnsteej
reserve the rlsht to n-iell the pcpix-ityat theTMl
and cost of tno dofsultlnj- pnrckasi r, after nvd
daysjadvrrtlsetneat.. " , ,. I
' 1IUAIN Al!l II. WAKNEU. l-rfaa ,
AUCTION 8 ALE8.
vr. BTXCKHET, Anctloneer.
TKUSTKES 8M.F. OrTTsEATTWO-STORr
1'Ks.ME DWKUISO ON THE BOV.THWEST
C01IN KR OF M ANUElbUEXTU3TBETCT8
a Pv virtue of a deed or trust, datrd Anrust 4.
,.-V. 1878. duly recorded InMbcr No. SS, folio
rw. one of the land records for tbe District or
. Columbia, and at the renurst or the party se
cured thereby, we will sell at public auction. In
front of the premises, on THU1IUAY. .November
7X 1878. at 4:30 o'clock p. m.. tne fttlowln real
estate situate in the city of VTashlnictou. District of
Columbia, to wltt All thatpleceor parcel of round
known and designated on the plat or plan of said
city as original lot numbered Twenty-live, csroin
ranare'nnmbercd fine hundred anil fartr. (ltO-1
fronting sfiy-one (ill feet and one-hair (XJ inch on
northll street, byadepth of seventy-live rM feet.
lpjccuirr wiia ice imnrnvemvuis, sc, snuirvi v a
deed of trust dated Junes. 1874. for 81.SoT.61. paya
bleln two years from date, with IntcrestratSpcr
cent, per annum, payable semi-annually; alsosub
Jrcttoadeed or trn.t dated June 14. lA;s, for V.'
payable In three months front datrt-wlth Interest at
lOpercent. perannum. '
Terms: Sj0 cash, and the calanre at six. twelve
and eighteen moatha. with interest at 3 per cent,
per annumrsecured by a deed or trust on the prop
erty sold, or sll cash, at option or tbe purchaser. A
deposit oflioo at time nrsate. and all tonrryancinc
at pnrchaaer'a cost. Terms to be complied wltn In
ltKAlXABD 11. WA7JNEK. T..,
JOl JOV,E030. JTrnste.
"CI J. gTriET, Anctloneer.
TKCSTEIS' SALE OF TWO-STOUT FBA1IE
STOKE AK1S nmulNR OS THE MIRTH
JEAST COEJ.EK OF TEiTU ASU I STl'.EETS
fei 7 Dr virtue ofTa deed of trust, dated October
Sal. A. V. 133, duly recorded In Liber So. 7!5,
CS folio 3i8, on of the land records for the Ills---
trict or Colombia, and at the request of the
party secured thereby, we will sell atpnbtleaac
tlon. in front of the premises, on 1'KIOAV, No
vember 17, 1878, at 4:30 o'clock p. m., the lollowlnr
descxlbed real estate, situate la the city of Wash
ington. District of Columbia, to wit: All that piece
or parcel of ground known and alstlnjrulshed as
and beinr the western part oflot three,!, ) In aqasre
numbered nine hundred and fifty-seven, (9.17.)
JToEtlnjr sixteen (IS) feet on north I street, bva
depth of ninety (') feet on Tenth street east, to
gether with the Improvements. Ac.
Terms of Sale: Onefourtlilnca.h. and the balance
In six. twelve and eighteen months, with Interest
at eight per cent, per annum, secured br a deed of
trunon the property eold.' or all cash, at option
or the purchaser. A deposit of 8100 required at the
time of sale and nil conveyancinjr at purchaser's
cost. BKAIAED11. WAHNEU, lTr;t,i!.
f.EORUE VT. STICKNEY, Trustees.
THIS nEJtARlIAni.E XOVEI,
KY CEOUCE ELl'JT.
l'KICE ONLY FORTY CENT.
TCBLIillED AXD FOK SALE AT
Corner Four-sntl.a-liair atreet and
Penn j I vanla avenue. nT-tf
rprnKisTAX. by r.r ot.sk scjict
-- s-xue, Amencant.onci ucnerax
Living Too Fast. By YT. T. Adans,
Nellr Kinnard's Kluedom. Br
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Uncle Joe's Thanksgiving. By J. A.lathews.
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TION FIRE 1NSIIRANCB COMPANY O
THB-DISTKICT OF COLTTMBIA,
(Chartered by act of CongTess.)
1309 J'enn-aTC., op. D. H. .Treasury.
OEOROE TAYLOR. President.
WM. BAI.LANTYNE,VIeePresldent. t
JAMES E. J'lTCll, Secretary and Treasurer, t
OF.OKOE TAYL0K. WM. BALLASTYNE,
CHAS. F. PECK, JOSEPH CASEY.
JOHN C. HARKNESS. JOHN T. GIVEN,
WM.'J. SIBLEY, N.-W.-BUBCHELL,
, .JAMES U. SAVILLK.
The above company Issues poUelee of laxnrane.
on' most' favorable terms.' Pampldets contalnlnx
the act of incorporation nd by-la wa furnished oa
application. JAkfiB E.,F1TCJT. '
octt-Jm ' 'Secreury and Treasurer.
,' .IS THE i-lltlf 'I 4
HEiaiEirS p,8UEAITCIB 001EABT
OF WASHmCIOM AND GE0BGET0W, I
tlfflee. Mo, Lover Bank of Washington.
CHABTEBED BYC0N0BE83 1878. i
Capital, rxo,a o Surplus. SUAOw
JAAlEll ADAAlrl. . C. W. UlTWAlU. I
President. Secretary. I
James Adams. T. B. .Cross, I
,A- A. Wllsoa. " r Ed. Shoemaker,
Jos, Kedfern. , A..BUiwell.
tTTm. Clark. " Thosi-Parker.
Vf. J. Wll-on. W.'E. Howard,
K. u. Davis, Washington.
O. VT. Croptey. (Kotgetown.
Personat Property insured and Builders' Bisks!
sept- vaatn as mc w.o, iwcfc
$25, $50, 100, 8200, $500.
Th. rellaM. bouse of 'At XT. FBCrnrrjiarei Ai
i. rctUM. Donae oraxxx. j-Bcrrarieeiaajs i
Ho. 18 WallStreeS NewJVork,pubHsh a hauW
i eight paste weekly paper, called the WtexW.
setatrrv, which they send free toaarad-;
dress. In adlttloa to a large number or .edl-j
torlala on flnanclal and other topics It contains.
Tery foU and accurate report of the sales and stand-;
lag or every stock, bond and seenxlty dealt In at she.
Block Exchange. Mesin. FnoTUtsonAitCO. arel
extensive brokers, of large experience- and,
tried internty. la addition to thejr Mock bMker.1
ax. business, they seU wbat are termed PtlvW
leres," or rn and Calls," or the ravorM
llemethoJsofleglllnialosp-culalWa.- Their advice,
la valuable, and . br rollowljig it many have Blade!
rortunes.Veu rev Jitroporti." ' oetf
&irs INV5TEDHAS t- rTVs
OJLUU PAID A PBOF1T OP 1, t UVIi
.H..tSMnut ?ew wMmtns. tmder our- Improve
system of operating In ttsocks. Klsks reduced to-
nODLintu nui uiu iv"i-ic-- ' - -"-v t sy
XUnken &ftd BjtoXbt
Ir-8TnT-ly Jto. IW-ilstrtcU New Yoi.
f 1,200 PROFIT Olf
Wd BT dsr bT rr SA CXIsX-fl. I Tet I
liirtoTOurii?ni. Ir, 3D or JifiO In STOCK. IflUVJ
fTlTMtr-. WsaTljcrl-tisvdo to UllZt.TJ
.ttJ-TTClat; Book wttiL fsU ls;fonDsUon seat fm
Banker and Braken,
a jt ausuvt-.il, a.
' -a-sa.ai-s-iai . . m s.m i w-asM-as-aaa
'WAismrsTOrr, Thursday eTtnlajr. Not. .
In Hew TCoit to-(ly-monBT Tfi3-nnsr-otrered
at 4. 'Ex-hange'doll at tT. Qoll-Weaic '
tlf;Q199jA Bates for.eairjtas JS.
Tho fut-Treasnry balances at New Tort: to.
day: Gold,- 1:00,7-;. crarrency, ;Hm,IM.
The sab-TTeasitrar'pald ont on aaconat of latar.
est, 1,W0; or bonds. tt.OOO. Cnstons recel-jti,
. Oovemxent bonds active and steady. tl ths -ftl-
10-fraj; ciosa't qnotations :
8's. 1831. eonson.....lt7e , s--oj. lK3....:v
S-ffl's. l5S m.toj-J (new nves in
s-3's, 1863, new Ill ' 1 10-43's. coupon.. i3t'
8-a'S.U67..'.i.....Jlil - - --
'State bonds dnlfand nominal.
The foUowlna; oaoUHoni of State sanrltlsi
arefornlshedbyE-D. Uooiejr., A Co., haaiars ,
113 F. street:
Tennessee 8's. old.... lV S. Carolina, new...... 8.
Tennessee S's. new... 44'Z de. A.AU... SSef
do. series... 4 Missouri .:
Virginia 8's 31 Mo. A St. Jo 10
do. new st bjn'ilams........... 1 I
do. ,censol.'"7Vi do. new:....... 43
do. deferred.... 6iLvee8s. 4J
BeorglsS's... .... ta Levee 8's.. 43
do. fs.. ..tea i..w,ii. .. -
co. 1. bonds.. ..lUTUI do. 8s....
jr. Carolina, old..... istArzan'asS's...,
do. new.... 7 , ao. Fs
eto. a. txx... Gold............
D.e.arouaa.oia....M. is '
Stocks active and unsettled,
Th fclloirinz are tho eiostar rates fartnt
'active stockJ, telegraphed toH. D.Ooo'.e.ix- A
C'o frcai the Kew Y ort Stock: Exchanrs:
"PacUeMaD .It'i.Vew York Central.. JJ!
uestrmunlon ;i eituo illsslsslppl..j .
Korthwesttrn STH' Wabash . nt
o. prtr. ,H-e.mon l'aciac... ....... vn.
...C1 Mich, central. c
... SO'f HI. A Hudson 73
... SZ Jersey Central....... &
... 3 Del., L. Western. T3i
.. mtjefoia to carry..
Han. and St. Josenb. 13 IMonrr 1 4
Icke hhorr U'l'Uold closed :...-.lW
The followtn; are the total sales or stocks at
the New York btoci Board, fomahed tu by H.
II. Cooke, r.. A Co.
PaciacMall 888 . T. Central 5,
WestemL'nlon 73,500 Ohio A Mls'biippl. 8,so
ortSwestcrn.... l,iro Wabah ...... 8,80.
Northwesternpref. 2.sno,Tnloii PaeHc...... .
St. Pad. lt.soo.Mlch. Central...-. 17. It
do. prcf 17,100 Del. Hudson
Erie J.irO'Jener Central.- i.W
Han. 4 sr. Jo-ph. tro.Del.,L. 4 WtJt... ,
Lake Shore 5,3001
Mes37J.H-E.OTe7 tCo, biaier. nsrthMJt
corner FlfleenUi and i" Itrsou, report rigw Yortc
rinotallscj, u follOTrs:
Opening. ' Closlrur,
U. cut's, UJl.....
U. H. S-tO's, ISiS.. .
U.S. 8'S. 1331
Currency.'. . ,
no 1 no
t IM I'll.
11T 1 t,T
1.1"; 1 mW
KBSl I 1-0-s
The ftllowm? are the bnjicg: and sellln: rat-4
tor Oovemraent ecantles, f amliel by H. D
Cooke. Jr., Sl Co., tankers:
SecarttUs. Buying, sellleg.
U.S. BIim. 1331, r-gistcred ' 117', 111,-
Flve-Twentls, lyi. iit 111
Five Twcnttts. J. A J..l. us-, 111
Five-Twenties, J. 4 J., IC. 1 llv.
Five-Twenties, J. A J., ljeV; , nr, irrs
Ten-Forties ' nt'i ujij
htw Five Per Cents , in
io:a 1 ;
Three day Mils ' 41
Slaty dayMUs c
rfrsr Tobx, Nor. P. Cotton dull and easfsrr
tales 01 iSi. bales at UQII 7-l!c. Cotucli
elated net receipts, W,6f! bales Exports
Great Britain. 43,7S bales; France. 13,831 balss:
Continent. 14,182 boles: channel, S,ZK bales.
Flour lcc. lower; only limited export and hon.
trade demand; snpernne Western and State.
t4.SC34.7S: common to good extra Western ana
State. 85.10SS.-Xi; good to choice da. t8.SSM3;
common to choice white wheat. Western extra.
ti:ie.75 fancy do 88.90Q100; common to good
extra (Jhlo.tSa0g7.C0; common to choice extra.
SU Louis. t3-33.25. Southern flour a little
more active, and In hovers' favor: common to fate
extra. J5.106fl.SO; good to choice do., 43,5598.73
Hve Coor steady. Uornmeal steady. Wheat dull
and heavy; ie-c. lower to sell; 81.li3l.18 for new
No. S Milwaukee, latter extreme: tU3LZ loc
mixed spring: JLtBQl.ijrornew No. 2 Unicae;;
IJ for poor winter red Western: $LS5fer whlto
do.; nen No. 2 Milwaukee nominally tl.'lSQWrr.
Bye quiet. Barley doll and nnchanced. COna
without decided change. Oats Graded flrster
lalr business reported; 234Sc.lor tnlied West
ern and State: SSQilc- for white do. llay en
changed. Hops firm. Coffee Klo nulet and ns
changed. Sngarqnietand tlnn;SJja.forfaic
to good retlnlTiir; yjic ror prline-'Rettned qaoteU
at-lic. for standard A: ly. for granulatcet
and powdered; l1iiVV,fi. for crashed. Molasses
quiet and unchanged. Rice qniet and steady.
Petroleum qniet; crnde,n?Je reflnoj;;SG Tal
low steady at mSyu Besln stcadyj Taipenv
Une steady at o. fur spirits. Pork qniet and
about steady; new mess. 817.00S1-.25. Cut.
meats quiet. Ijtrdmachhigherandacaree;prua
steam. 10J7UH10.to Unseed quiet. WhUky
nnsettledat l.ei4f1.10. Freight: to Liverpool
Bsltixore. Not. 9. CotUn active, strong; antf
higher; middling. llillie.
Flour qniet and nnchasged. Whcaldnllaal
lower: No. 2 Western red, 8L2S1.28; No. 3 do..
IU9; Pennsylvania red. L27eL; Maryland
red. good to prime. ausgLSC; do. amber, tt-33
4J1.I7; do. white, tlOtJLKi. Corn Southern dull
and heavy; Western turner; Southern whlte.new.
4Ct5Sc.; do. yellow, ISSJOc; old Western mlieO,
spot and November, ST657je.; last hair Woven.
ber,6;Kc: new, December, 888,e. Oats qniet
and unchanged. Bye steady and Ormat 85eTc,
Clover seed dull and nominal at l.l4c. Hay nrm;
demand fair and unchanged. Provisions active)
and strong. Pork, $175017.50. Bulb .Beats
Shoulders,?'.; clear rib sides, 9c, loose; TJa
lKc, packed. Bacon Shoulders, 8re,f dear
rrb sides, 9JlCe. Hams. U17c Lard Ee-tacd.liweiljc-
Butter Choice grades scare-
ad hlgtcr; low and medium grades dull anil
heavy: western good to prime. 2.f2lc.; do. extra,
fine. 254527c .Petroleum nominally unchanged.
Coffee active and. firm; not quotably higher.
Whisky dall and heavy at SL12.-
Becelpts Flour. 3,(00 carrels: wheat. r."eyi
bushels; corn. 87,000 bushels. Shipments Wheti
17,000 bushels; com, 24.0,0 bushels.
LUSBT.-On Ihe 8tb of November. tSTBi. at VrXt
a. ro.. John Thomas Lusbt, In the 45th year of
his age. -
Funeral will take place from his late residence.
No. 718 U street soaiawrst, at 7, o'clock p. m. ou
TOJirKINS.-At Bockvllle. Md.. NovembenT,
1878. Arr.riTv Bonnie mrant daughter of Urnaral
laiarles H. and Augusta Tompkins aged seventeen
3IcDONAI.ri.-AI B p.m.. Ifovembcr MS78.
BntncxT. wire ef Bobert McDonald, In the zatb.
yearorheragc. . .
Her rnnslns will be eonveyed rrom hertite resi
dence. 47 1 street southwest, to the Baltimore and
Potomac depot, at 4JU p. in. November 10.
KEYXOLDS, EraXT-s Daxtx. beloved son of
Elmer B. and Susie D. Beynolds. at J) p. m.. No
vembers. U78. agcd4years7raonthsand-tctay.
Suffer Uttle ehlldren to come unto me, and for
bid them not, for of. such U the Ungdom of
Notice of funeral will be given.
TOBIX. November , 17. Tiicym "vrAr-TiiE.
son of Captain George and Jane Tobln.lu the tl
year of Us age.
vncral Saturday al 3 p. m, t .
IN. Y, cltyand Albany papers please eppr-J
Cabinet Maker andTTiideiakei,
NO. 811 eLEVENTH STBEET N. VT.i
BETWEEN F AND Q.
.. 48ssBodleaEmhartned ana Prepared for traajpor
tatlonattheshortestnotlee. . - n myet
mu juosxrr. wrnc s. i.tisnj;
3 F STREET 30HTII WEST.
jBt KHB&UKZS In IU Goontrx
LN THE SUPKKME OODBT OF TUB DIS
TRICT OF COLUMBIA. SPECIAL TEBAt
Pl.OBATE 'JUBlSDlCTIOSv. OBTOBEB 24,
. In 'the matter of the will of MAHT MoRllrrt
11 .a w. (aii... SuUnuniar nn the a-MlJk
APfHKaUUn lltr K.KtS aa.;-...aas.. j ----.
of,Mary Morgan, of iho Jltrle.or Columbli, has
this day been made by James McLaughlin. Alt
persons Interested are hereby notified to appear la
this court on TUESDAY, the 21st day of November
next, at U o'clock a. m.. to show causewhy letters
testamentary on the estate of the said decease",
should not issne as prayed." provided a eopy of
this order be published once aweek' ror three weeks
la the iras-Wro. Law Report er nd Tur Na
tionai. BxrcniJCAS. previous to saw day
Test: A. sir a.liaiz.r-.
Tf THE STIPBESIE COUBT OF THE DXS
TBIOT F COLUMBIA-TUS 1ST DATt Vf
NOVEMBEB, 1C8. -. v
The Cltlsena' atlonal Bans:
vs. J No. 15.CI-At law.
Charles II. Monltnc
On motion of the plalntllT. byMessn.Sbdtah.rger
A Wilson, Its attoiatyvlt-laordered that the de
fendant canse bis apoearanee to be enterci? hereia
qa or before tho arsv. rule-day occurrtas sexsy day
ahc r this day: otherwise- the cause will nrocXi.l
.with as tn case of default..
By the Court: , .
D. K.-CAItTTEE, Jatkev c.
True eopv. Testt "
By J. It- YOCXCJ Asst. t-Kjfc.
nr the nisTIUCT'Ojr CULUMBIA
fiprepared to stiry,t-ejtort noUctTriln; IM
Yestlbolea, sfdcwalks Fo-stwaya and Curbing. Is
different colors; -uuavauu, iu vroaaieni,
Houis and Lawn Step', aad Platforms; houaea
fronted; cellar walls ar.d Ooorlng cemented to ex
clude dampness: kltch-ens and areas ceraented and
made perfectly dry. vod a sure nreventlro aralasa
th. intrusion or rats. Insects. Ac., and all other
work executed Pas wnleh Portland Cement u
adapted. Our Pesrvland Cement become. In a fa
day tupulor to any or the xoarble or natural ston.
In common use, and la an admirable lniltstlonof
either marblk. er.atAtiA. la mnrm dvrabte. suid e
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