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THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MOKNIN&. NOVEMBER 11. 1876.
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bATUBDAY HOBNING:::;NOVEMBEB 11, 1S7J
"Let us have peace !"
Grant versus Hewitt.
Loncstreet 13 a member of the return
ing hoard in Louisiana.
The Democrats now rely for (access on
their oft-repeated assumption that the "Oar-
pet-Baggera" of the South are corrupt.
They propose, for example, to buy up the
returning board in Louisiana.
"SnocLDthe?e bo any grounds of suspi-
" cion of fraudulent count on either side,
" it should be reported and denounced at
" once." Preiident Grant on the politi
Failixo to buy up the returning board
in Louisiana, the Democrats will not hesi
tate to adopt the most extreme measures of
intimidation. Anything to beat Hayes is
their motto now.
The commander-in-chief of the Tilden
forces invites the Democracy and all hands
to be present at New Orleans next Monday
to secure (t) peace. At the same time the
Commander iu chief of the army and navy
of the United States has been compelled
to order troops to New Orleans to preserve
Tee Southern agents of the Associated
Press, from whom the election news is re
ceived, are Democr ts. one and all. For
example, the agent at Charleston, S. C, is
F. A. Dawson, the editor of the Hiut and
Courier of that city, one of the most vio
lent and unpnucipled rebel sheets in the
"Instruct General Augur, in Louisiana,
"and General Ruger, in Florida, to be
"vigilant with the force at their command
" to preserve peace and good order, and to
"see that the proper and legal boird of
"canvassers are unmolested in the per
formance of their duties." Pyeiident
Grant to General Sherman.
4 General Grant has proven himself to
be the "true Moses" of the colored race,
leading them out of Democratic bondage
and breaking off their shackles. When he
retires from office he will have the satisfac
tion of placing their destinies in the keep
ing of a brave soldier, and not under the
domination of a New York Pharaoh.
How must Toombs, Tilden, Hill and
other conspirators feel now that they have
discovered that for four more years the
people have resolved to leave the Govern
ment in loyal hands 1 It begins to look as
if it will be some years hence before Bob
Toombs will have the satisfaction of calling
the roll of his slaves at tho foot of Banker
Tne joint commission has Invited the
views of citizens on the proposed change
in the form of our District government,
and we yield two columns of our space to
Mr. Horatio N. Easby to express his views.
In thus giving correspondents an oppor
tunity to prtsent their views the National
Republican dois not wish to be under
stood as indorsing til that is said. There
are points in Mr. Easby's communication
that we may refer to hereafter.
L. Q. C. Lamar will doubtless have the
effrontery on the 5th of March next to pre
sent his blood-sUIoed credentials to the
Senate and &tk that loyal body to insult
the nation by according him a seat upon its
floor. Let him be told tint the country
utterly repudi .tes him and his co-conspirators,
and not until he comes with hands
free from marder mayjie hope to gain ad
mission to the Semite. Let the Senate
promptly ran. v Air. Biutwcll's reportr
President Grant coincides with Mr.
A. S. Hew.tt in his proposition that out
siders shtll be present at New Orleans
when the Louisiana board of canvassers
meets. Hesijs in a dispatch to General
"The pretence of citizens from other States,
I understand, is requested in Louisiana to see
that the board of canvassers make a fair
const of tbr vote actually cast. It Is to be
hoped that representative and fair men will
"Linda Florida" fair land of flow
ers exclaimed the bold Spaniard, as,
standing in the bow of his caravel, he first
caught sight of her beautiful shores. As
Florida gladdened the heart of her discov
erer, so does she now contribute to the
joy of the nation by casting her vote for
loyalty as against treason. How insignifi
cant must a State like New Tork feel when
thus rebuked by the little, but gallant
"land of flowers!" Florida 13, indeed, a
gem in this Centennial year.
The tenacity and effrontery with which
the Democrats insisted that Colorado had
gone Democratic, even after the full returns
were in. is exceeded by their present boists
on the Presidential election. Then, as now,
they knew that the decision was against
them, but they kept up their bray, in order
to cover up any means at fraudulently de
feating the expressed will of. the people.
They failed then, and good care will be
taken to prevent them from making their
fraudulent acts available in the present
Louisiana; Republicans cannot be too
highly praittd tor their persistency in vot
ing the Republican ticket, despite the
terrorizing iiiflaences or the White Liners.
The wholesale murderings which have
disgraced that and other Southern Common
wealths were designed to Intimidate and
keep Republicans from the polls, but the
Pelican State boys knew that Tilden's
election meant serious disaster, and they
did their duty nobly, thus breaking Into
Sammy's halcyon dream of a "solid
South." Three times three cheers for the
"No mas worthy of the office of President
shonld be willing to hold It it counted in or
placed there by Jrantl. Either party can afford
tc be dlsapouited in the result. The country
cannot afford to have the result tainted by the
suspicion of illegal or false returns. U.S.
These are the words of a patriota man
who has proven his devotion to his coun
try and who has acceptably filled the office of
President for two eventful terms. If Tilden,
the Democratic Claimant, had the honesty
to tbide by this declaration, he would at
once step down and out, acknowledging
that Mississippi, to say nothing of New
York, affords "suspicion of illegal or Etlse
Partisan- doctors arc just now busily
cngsgtd in prescribing Tor imaginary evils
which btsct the country. Let us suggest
JO tuch that if they will just let the prop-
r. J. MURTAeH..
erly constituted authorities quietly perform
their duties there will be no trouble. If
they will not, the Executive evinces a de
termination to afford the necessary protec
tion. To those who borrow trouble about
tho counting of the votes, let us say that it
will be better to first secure the votes which
are to be counted. The proper authorities
will have no trouble in counting the votes
when the time for the performance of that
A COHSPIBACY TOILED.
The election of Rutherford B. Hayes to
the Presidency is a sure guarantee for tho
next four years that the affairs of the Gov
ernment will be equitably administered and
the nation spared the mortification which
would inevitably follow rebel domination.
Above all, it quiets the just apprehensions
of the loyalists of the South, who would
have been turned over to the tender mercies
of ruthless Ku-Klur Klaus, whose igno
rance and lack of humanity would have in
cited them to the perpetration of wrongs
too revolting to contemplate. The conspir
acy which has just been defeated was bIx
years in assuming its present formidable
shape. It had its origin in Georgia, under
the gallant (t) Gordon, In 1870, when that
State was made the nucleus of the "solid
South," by the murder of no less than
three hundred negroes and a score or more
or leading white Republicans. The failure
of the General Government at that time to
interpose its strong arm for the protection
of its citizens greatly emboldened the con
spirators, and they gave free scope to their
vaulting ambition, carrying on the work
of proscription and death until almost
the entire South was added to the Ku-Klur
diadem which was destined eventually to
attempt the destruction of the nation by
means of rebel ballots. The North, ' 'slow
to anger and plenteous in mercy," paid
bat little heed to the warnings of the presi,
and five States north of the Potomac were
found willing to trust the country in rebel
keeping. But thanks to a wise Provi
dence, and the good sense of a majority of
the people, the danger has been averted,
and the good ship of State has been safely
piloted, and will soon be manned by as
loyal a crew as that which has directed her
course for the past eight years. President
Hayes will doubtless have but one ultima
tum for the South: "Obey the laws and
" respect human rights, or take the conss
" quences." A wise statesmanship in that
benighted region will take the hint, and
counsel a cessation of rapine and marder
for opinion's sake. The first lesson to be
taught tho rebel leaders in the South is tbe
fact that they never conferred the ballot
upon the negro, and that they may not
with impunity take it from him. They
must tolerate the opinions of others, and
must cease proscribing men simply because
of their politics. The South will find a
friend in the new President, as she has in
our present distinguished Executive, but
she will find Hayes as resolutely deter
mined to protect human rights as General
Grant has been. By the election of Hayes
the Gordon - Tucker - Lamar-Randall-Cox
conspiracy to degrade the nation has come
to grief, and the people applaud.
AETS OF POLITICAL TRICKSTERS.
The intelligence conveyed by telegrams
printed elsewhere of the seizure of poll
lists and registry and transfer books in Sin
Francisco by an irresponsible and self
elected board of supervisors, under foreign
inspiration, upon the pretense of correcting
alleged fraudulent voting by Republicans,
and the issue of a ukase by Hon. Abram S.
Hewitt, of New York, Chairman of the Na
tional Democratic committee, convoking a
Democratic committee of gentlemen at New
Orleans to confer with a mob ofexcited rev
olutionists which has gathered in that city
for the purpose of extorting such returns
from the Returning Board of the State of
Louisiana as will secure the vote of that
State for Mr. Tilden, smack so strongly of
rebellious interference with the legal and
ordinary methods of ascertaining the result
of popular elections for President and Yice
President as to excite the gravest appre
hensions, of law-abiding people for tbe
peace of the country and the permanence
or our system of popular government.
He who at this juncture attempts to
stir up revolution by casting suspicion ot
fraud upon all those judges of elections
who may disagree with him in politics,,
and whose honest action in their minis
terial capacity as canvassers of election
returns may be deemed iuimicil to his
party interests, is an enemy of his country,
"fit for treason, strategems and spoil "
The man who Is always suspicious of his
neighbor needs watching himself. In the
present exigency those who are -swift to
accuse their opponents of a design ts
tamper with the election returns lay them
selves open to tbe gravest suspicions of
having contemplated using illegal, it not
violent, means to win their cause, provided
such means should become necessary.
The alacrity with which Mr. Hewitt now
summons his confederates to meet together
at the distance of one thousand miles from
their homes to interfere with the duties of
a Returning Board that is fully competent
to transact its own business places him in
this category. If he had really believed
the peace of the country to be in peril,
why did he not appeal to the President or
to tbe Attorney General for the necessary
aid to insure order! He has probably learned
by this time that the Chief Executive
of the nation has quite as much regard for
an honest count of the ballots and the
peace of the State of Louisiana as the
chairman of the Democratic Committee;
while he has exhibited a much higher
regard for the legal and proper
modes of securing them. His brief and
terse but comprehensive instructions to the
General of the Army, in the Interest of
honesty and peace, comprise in a few words
the solution of the contemplated revolu
tionary proceedings of Mr. Hewitt and his
confederates. His sensible comment upon
the man who would accept the office of
President If it was secured by fraud may
sound strangely to such patriots as Hewitt,
Tilden and John Goode.but will meet with
a hearty and approving response from all
The patriotic firmness of General Grant
always stands boldly in the front when
perils aesail his country. No act of his
brilliant career does him more honor, or
will meet with more general commenda
tion, than his determination to protect the
Boards of Canvassers in the Republican
Southern States from threatened violence
in the performance of their duties. All
Impartial and unbiased npn-partisan evi
dences point to the iact that Florida, South
Carolina, Mississippi and Louisiana are Re
publican States upon any fair expression of
opinion. The census returns of 1870,
"showing the large preponderance or colored
male population above the age of twenty
one in those States, coupled with the known
fact that the colored vote there is certain to
be cast almost solid for the Republican
ticket, in addition to the very considerable
whiteRepublcan vote known to exist In each
of the States enumerated, leaves no doubt
in unprejudiced minds that their voices in
the Electoral College would be cast for
Hayes and Wheeler. It follows, there
fore, that Mr. Tilden cannot fairly hope to
secure his election through the votes of
any of these States by fair means. And it
also follows that the present "hue and cry"
or the Southern Democratic politicians that
they have carried these States is sheer fab
rication, and is only preparatory to the
desperate means which they intend to call
to their aid in order to Obtain Democratic
certificates or election. The succession of
braggart telegrams with wnlca the country
has been flooded byJDemocratic agents is
simply an'indicatlon of what they mean to
accomplish by foul means, if possible? They
are fabricated estimates, put forthln order
to give color to the fraudulent claims they
Intend to set up for the nefarious purpose
of defeating the expressed will of the
B STKEET 1007"
crsiKM. rrom ai. to JUS.
FELT. 8 cents per pound.
1'iTtll, fl75 per barTl.
joiin h. nmn,
10O7 B street northwest, opp. Wholesale Market.
HATS AND FURS!
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAK:.
NF.W MIIIK DKKbS HATS. .
BUSINESS HATS, ..,.
in soft and stiff felt. I
FOB LADIES' WEAR:
SEAL SKIN BACQOF8.
BILK GARMENTS, lined with For,
MUFFS AND BOAS.
FUR TRIMMINGS. C.
B. IT. STINEHETZ,
natter and Furrier, 137 Fenn. avenue,
ocio- N ext to corner or Thirteenth at.
ONE HUNDEED BARRELS
NEW YORK REFINED CIDER
FOE SALE AT LOW PBIOES BY
SAMUEL 0. PALMES,
Ho. 07 Greene Street,
GEORGETOWN. D. O.
APPORTIONMENT BY THE COMMIS
SIONERS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUM
BIA OF THE REVENUE COLLECTIBLE
UNUEft THE TAX LEVIKD FOB THE
tlSCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE SO. 1877.
In exerclie or the authority and duty devolved
upon us by the act or Con ess approved JulyZ,
lifts, entitled "An act for the support ofthe gov
ernment of the District of Columbia for the nscal
year ending June 30, 1877, and for other purposes,"
the undersigned. Commissioners of the District of
Columbia, make the following apportionment for
tbe distribution of the revenue which shall be col
lected under the provisions of the act of Congress
aforesaid, to wit:
Every 1.60 collected pursuant to the tax levied br
said act of Congress for the fiscal year ending June
3), U77, shall be distributed as follows:
; or salaries and other necessary expenses of the
Metropolitan Police for the district of Co
lumbia, act of Congress, approved July 31, e.
1875..... 15 8-10
For Pennsylvania aienne pavement. Dis
trict of Columbia, proportion estimated.
Including expenses pavlcg commissioners,
act of Congress approved July 18, 187s 10 S-10
For salaries and other expense- of tbe Board
of Health, and tor salaries of the Inspector
and trine Assistant Inspector of Gas, act
ofCongrcss, approved July 31, 1876 I 9-10
For support of the boys sent to the reform
school, (act of Congress approved May 3,
1876. ) and of the Indigent insane ofthe Dis
trict of Columbia Inth Government Hos
pital for tbe Iustne, act of Congress, ap-
procd Julj-21, 1876 16-10
For the interest on the bonded debt of the
District of Columbia, Including bonds of
the Corporations of Washington and
Georgetown 53 9-10
For Interest on the District of Colombia J.6S
bonds guaranteed by the United states, act.
of Congress approved July3l, 1876 527-10
For sinking fund of the bonded debt of the
District of ColumbIa.lncludlng bond of the
Corporations ofttashtngton and George
town, tee various acts and ordinances In
force.... .................. ... 2
For genera' fund of tbe District of Columbia 5 3 10
S. L. THELPS
Commissioners D. C.
No. 720 Twentieth street
The best cuts of the best quality Yi-""
of Beef ataoc. oerrjound. lncludlnt; ' '
- nnrtpr.linnu, anrt tpnitprlftln Rteak. "- ''
Boundand Bib Steak at a'ie. per lb., all other
cuts low prices.
The bear Sugar-cured Corned Beef at 10c. per lb.
Lamb and Mutton, from 10 to 20c per lb.
Veal Roasts, at 15 to 20c. per lb.
Sliced Ham, 25c per lb.; also, fine Breakfast
Butter Philadelphia Print, at 55c. per lb.
Prime Roll, at 40c. per lb.
Cooking, at 25 and 30c per lb.
A complete assortment of Poultry of all kinds.
T ild Dueks, Grouse, Pheasants, OuaU and other
5ame In season. Fresb lsh and Oysters, Malaga
rapes, 35c.per lb.. or3 lbs. for f l: other varieties
of O rapes, California Pears and other Fruits and
Dried irults; also, a fine selection of Fre&h and
Canned Vegetables. A ill also hare a fine lot of
Turkeys for Thanksgiving.
8-lieer, Mutton and Hogs at wholesale for cash.
Wm. Linkins & Son,
No. 005 Louisiana avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
A SPLENDID 8TOCK OF TAPER HANGINGS
OF EVIRT VARIETY AND FBICX,
Now In store and dally arriving, at the
NEW STOBE OF
I F. CUBE A SONS,
nol-tf 1113 F street northwest.
DYEING AND SCOURING ESTABLISH.
JIENT Hie undersigned call tho attention
of the public to the fact that they are now prepared
to execute all orders for DYKINU AND SCuUR
ING, guaranteeing satisfaction in every case. Hare
been flghveen years In the business fa the city of
New York. W. 8. CLARKE CO.
13 beventh street, between S and T northwest.
HATS AND CAPS.
TTATS ! HATS ! X RATS ! ! !
ja ucnufmeirs r. 1. urean iiau, fo,
n, t7 and f8. Kb sines Hat, soft and
utiff felt, 52.50, 3, K.50, fl and J5.
HI Ik- Atnr& aiid Uineiiftm 1TmreU&n.
no-tf 1237 Ta. etc. next to cor. Thlrtcfnta st.
OUB STOCK IS
Seal Units and Boast.
Minis: Mnfla and Boas.
Fur Trimming in every Variety and
Both and MIae' Seal Caps.
Adies' Hats and Turbans in Seal.
Willett & Raoff,
oc-tt 808 Pennsylvania avenue.
sptOSINB-OCT CARPET SALE.
Best Brussels. (125: with an aUowance on above
of 10 cents per yard off for cash.
Wool Carpets. 62 to 75c
Carpets from 18V to 50c.
Dry Goods at reonced prices.
Bemnants of best Prluts, 6c
Good Canton Flannel, 7,4'c. np.
W ool Flannels, 18c up: very cheap.
Casslmere for men ana boys at reduced prices.
Dress Goods cheap.
Cashmeres, all-wool, 50c. up.
-Stockmtberednccd . ..
T. N. NAUDAIN,
ocM 7i Market Space.
Ladles' and Gentlemen'! pure Linen hemstitched,
colored bordered Handkerchiefs, at IS, worth IS.
New Fall and Winter Goods
at prices that defy competition. "We name In part:
BLACK BILKS, from 87c tof 1.60 per yard; a first
rate Silk for 11.75, worth now 12.25.
Black and colored, all the new and desirable shades,
at 5Cc, worth KX.
Black and colored, all shades; special bargains n
colors at 20c.. worth 25.
" BLANKETS ! BL&HKETS I
Fine all-wool Blanket. IJ.F0, worth IS. Table Linen,
bleached, full width, 50c Bleached Sheeting,
10-4 wide. 20c, c. One case Honeycomb Quilts,
75c, worth M. 100 pieces new Prlnta, 6Jc i
case Cretons. dark shades, UHe. .
Gent's Dress Shirts, complete, made of WamratU
cotton and Blchardson'a linen, forfl. War
ranted. WISWAIX & GWYNN.
Irs;eat Tarlety or Hew Patterns la
abe City, at Lowest Prices.
GOLD'S WABU ALB FURNACES!
HEAT PRODUCED EQUAL TO STEAM.
GOLD'S CENTENNIAL RANGE,
Tne Newest, Best and Cheapest He.
Tated Oven la tbe Hufcet.
UN CASTINGS. BOILER AND MACHINE WOEL
STEAM HEATING, TIN ROOFING,
And All Tin and Copper Work,
IE0H FENCES AHD 0BHAHEHTAL
PIlTMBniG AID GAS I1TTIX6.
All Best Varieties or, Baafes aad
ITH, BIBGE CO.,
Ho. 1014 Pennsyl-anla arense,
HENRY R SBAHLB,
noEltreet, eppsitPost eae:B
? Be-.O. H. FAY win preach In TaUmadre
Hall, on F street, between Ninth and Tenth street'.
TU-MOBBUW at U o'clock a. m, Sunday School
at :5 a. m. - . noil
s5 "ITiriT ASIAN (SERVICES.
sE7 Rt- T. T. unaerland- of Rhlairo. will
reach In the Unitarian church, corner or 8txthand
l streets northwest. HUNDAY MORNINB. at U
o'clock, and EVENING at 7i o'clock. Sunday
school 8.15 a, m. noU
f-rs-ST PAr'S"EjrOIJSH liTOTE
ISe? ran church, corner Eleventh and II streets..
terTlce TO-MOKBOIV JIOBMNO and EVEN
IN t. Mornlna. at 11 o'clock, anniversary ser
mon; erenlnir.at7.30, "Tonne; Men for the times."
S. Homer, Lastor. All welcome. Seats free.
f3 TBT MLmTBH'a
Ids' HOT SODA WATEB,
, wits TnirH surzstOR
TEA, COFFEE AND CHOCOLATE.
, COLD SODA AND MINEBALTVATEBS
On Draught all the Tear.
oc20-tf Its Fa. arenue. near WUlard'a Hotel.
gs T. M' C A.
GOSPEL MEETINO -
IN LINCOLN HALL,
AT J: .O'CLOCK.
YOUNG MEN SPECIALLY INVITED.
sr-Fi.ni uonTNiaia excels
svxy any remedy eye
anv remedv ever known for the lmmedl
ate cure of Neuralgia, Headache, 4c. Sold at
Coughlln's Temple Urns; Store.
PLEIjniS V, PAIN IN THE BIDE,
J1KK, SCii 1WUDUT UUIPPOT DUfll I HUH
T.tffhtnlns la anolled. Sold at Conrhlln'a Drar
Store, Masonic Temple oclt
5 FEET 8IBUEBT, fte. DB.
WSB 8CHULTZ, tbe frreat German chiropodist
and specialist, twenty years' resident In Blchmond.
Va.. Is now again located at 803, comer Ninth and
Pennsylvania avenue. His mode of treating ere
form or corns, bunions, deformities of nails, tumors,
ulcers, 4c, Is not only painless, but thoroughly
scientific Anarlycall Is essential. Ladles and
children attended as usual, or by Madam S. at their
residence Numerous testimonials of permanent
'IIXINOISIANS AND OTHERS,
ATTENTION 1 The Illinois Benubllean
Auiorlatlnn baa made arranrementa for ronnd.trln
tickets over the railroads to the following points:
Chicago, Peoria. St, Louls,Bnrllngton and Keokuk.
Uood from October 1 to November 13. Certificates
entitling a party to a ticket can be obtained or the
committee at Le Droit building, room 9, after t
o'clock every evening,
' A. J. WHITAKER,
tea Chairman Committee.
XOAN OFFICE AND COMMIS-
n, Alrf0t nit tnnst reliable In the eltr.
S. UOLUSTEIN CO.,
Corner Tenth and D streets.
Liberal advances made on loan or on commission
for any time desired on very reasonable terms.
s37 tlon In this remunerative aswcllastlmeand
labor-saving art given In both the corresponding
and advanced reporting styles, by an experienced
Fhonographer. to students either In classes or sepa
rately, as preferred. For terms. ., address or
call on "Phonographer," 600 Sixth street north
west, between 6.30 and g p. m. se28-tf
SAHABFTAN NEBVINE, THE
rreat nerve conaneror. cures epileptic fits.
convulsions, spasms, St. Vitus dance and all ner
vous diseases; the only known positive remedy for
epileptic fits. It has been tested by thousands; and
has never been known to fall In a single case Trial
package free Enclose sump for circular, giving
evidence of cures. Address, Dr. S. A. BICHMOND,
Box'tUSt. Joseph, Mo. nos-tf
K3DB. J. B. JOHNSON, OF ALEX
ISC7 andrla, Va., offers his professional service
aa Surgeon, Physician and Oculist to the citizens of
the District of Columbia.
Omce. No. liU Pennsylvania avenue, between
WUlard'a hotel and the Owen house
ODce hours froml0s,m.to4p. m. jaya-ti
t3& at Courhlln's Temple Drug Store F and
Ninth streets, at moderate prices. aepS-tf
FBENCH, ENGLISH AND DO'
MEHTIC Articles for ladles' toilet nse at
Coughlln's Temple Drug Store sepS-tf
pond's xtraci, uomeopainic aieoicuies.
sold at Ttmple Drug Store F and Ninth streets.
KSBEHEHBIB JBSIH'S OLD
V3f STAND. He payaror Second-hand Cloth
ing, Boots, Shoes, 4c, aa "fair tcash) prices'-as
he always has, at 19 D street, between Sixth and
Seventh streets northwest. Hole by mall promptly
attended to. senu-tf
t5J SS PEB SET, EITHEB JAW, ky
ISSf Dr. A. N. O. Welsenbom, Dentist. 405 Four
teenth street northwest: also, gold fillings done at
reasonable price and satisfaction given. apll-tf
s5T-TEETH PEB SET, EITHEB
tssf law, by Dr. A. Pratt, graduate of Ohio Col
lege or Dental surgery, ana or tne ansa ateaica.
College, Chicago, 401 Beventh street, east side cor
ner of l). Extracting children's teeth, 25 cents.
tt5f" 'LEGAL AND OTHEB BRIEFS
las' PBINTED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE
at the BEPUBLIOAN JOB OFFICE. noU-tf
K3T WBAFPIHO PAPEB FOB SALE
3 H O L H A H'S
Fever and AEae and Liver Pad
CUBES WITHOUT MEDICINE, Srairi,T BY
Tbe Best Liver Befinlaf or In tbe World
Tbe only true cure for and preventive of malaria
In all Its forms:
Xtrer Complaint. Javdlet.
Tsiiow Freer, Beo-Stcktutt,
None genuine without the Trade-Mark and Signa
ture of the Inventor on the wrapper.
Ask your druggist for It. For certificate, read
little bine book tsmy IU Air.
WH. F. KIDDER A CO.,
No. S3 John street. New York.
Bent by mall on aecelpt of C. le9-FM"Wm
Wat. HABltOW, B. II. BOSWILL. D. W. IrlIAK,
HAEM0N, BOSWELL & CO.,
TJplxolstc y Goods
SIS EIGHTH STREET,
y-tf Near Pennsylvania avenue
New, Knock-Down and Seeond.Hand
Fnrnltnre Bonrht, Sold
T. J. REEO, -
810 Seventa Street.
Parties contemplating refurnishing, or shout to
buy new Block, will find bargains at
BBE X3 S
SZALXB IN riBBT-CLASS
COBNED BEEF A BPECIALTY.
Stalls es. 29 and ex centre Market, Ninth-street
wing, sndaoe and 208 Northern Liberty Market, or
address Box 713, City Post Office Marketing deliv
ered, free of charge to all parts of the city. JylO-tX
J WEBB & SEVEKEDQEg
Are now receiving their Fall Btock,
consisting In part ot
FBENCH CHINA. Decorated and Plain; GLASS
WARE, Cut, Engraved and Plain.
PLATED WAKE.3nest quality, triple plate.
Boners' and American CUTLERY.
AfullstockofCBUCEEBY and HOUSE FUB
. WEBB BEVEBIBGE,
No, 1DO Fennsylvanlatavenue between Tenth and
Eleventh streets. ocS-tf
J TJHBEB, SASH, DOORS,
BLINDS AND MOULDINOS
AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
Call and purchase LUMBEB where you can get
discount for cash from
ADVERTISED PRICE LIST OF
The place Is at the Lumber Yard and Building
Material Warehouse of
THOS. W. BKITH.
novS-tf year B. a O.B.B. depot. Washington.
DEALEBS IN ALL KINDS OF
LUMBEE, SASH, DOORS, &o.
Corner Second street and Indiana srenne
Prices as low as elsewhere Call and examine
before purchasing. sep8-3m
Georgetown, D. C,
AND COBNEB BEVENTH AND Q BTBKTS,
Washington, D. C.
OF WASHINGTON. D. C.
No. SB Seventh at., (nnder Second National Bank.)
Capital . ,100,000
JOHN B. ABCHER, 3. C. McKELDEN,
Money to loan In sums to suit on first-class real
estate located In the District of Columbia. Titles
and values guaranteed by tha company. Persons
having money to loan or Invest will find first-class
appUcatlona for loans and real estate notes tor sale
by aspiring at the company's oflc. JrS-lr
ORIENTAL TEA STORE,
400 5T5TH STBEET.
T. M. C. A. BUILDING.
A large stock of choicest TEAS, unexcelled in the
Fine Imperial toe., BOcSL
Flee Gunpowder 83c., ooe., 91.30.
Fine Oolone lOeOOe., 73c.
Fine Japan 30e., 73e., 93c.
A trial will demonstrate the sweet flavor snd
strength of my Teas.
.COFFEE 'STILL AT REDUCED PRICES. "
Fine Bio 32c. ase.
rnolce Maracalbo ST 30
-Prime O. G. Java, SO 33
All loving GOOD COFFEE are Invited to buy;
the flavors are unsurpassed; freshly roasted in our
10 lbs. "C" Clarified Snirar, SL.
OV.lI- "ex.CCIttrlfled.Siisrar, L
SH H-" M Clarified Sugar, -No
advance as yet In our pi Ices of Sugar.
PICES IN EVERT VABIETT.
J. W. Duvall,
rriHE DECLINE IN
Notwithstanding the advance In the Coffee Mar
ket, we have a snpply on hand that warrants ua to
give the advantage of the old prices for a short
OLD dOVEENMENT JAVA,
Boasted 33c. per lb.
Do., Green 30c. "
MAKIOABO, (equal to so-called
2d Java,) Boasted 30e. "
Da.Qreen 23c. "
FINE BIO, Roasted 21c. "
" Green 33c. "
The Coffees which we roast are very carefully se
lected for their body and fine flavor, and as we roast
in the best style ox the art dally, they are always
fresh and fragrant when sold, we grind Coffees in
a steel mill, which granulates them without powder
ing, and are In consequence, free from dust.
We have the largest assortment of
In the District, snd most respectfully Invite citizens
and stringers to visit our establishment.
B. W. REED'S SONS,
ocM-tf 1218 F street northwest.
G. G. Cornwell & Son,
At Lower Bates.
JUST RECEIVED, FBESH,
BO dozen Oregon Salmon.
OO " Lobsters.
S3 " Hucklng's Sonps.
100 " Potted Heats.
100 bbls. "WHITE B LOSS OH,"
Minnesota Patent Process, 99.00
per bbl., 93.40 per sack.
WENGEB'S PATENT PBOCESS,
3 per sack.
000 bbls. WELCH'S, HETZ, BATS',
ST. LOUIS, SWISS PBOCESS,
STAB FLOUR at lowest rates.
No. I Haekerel, 83.70 per kit.
No. a " ss.oo
Ho. S 81.80
GEORGE BANK COD received
POTOMAC BOE HEBBING, (Salt.)
SCOTCH HEBBING, SO cts. a box.
OBEGON SALMON, (Salt.)
WHITE FISH, In bits, 1-4 and 13
GF. Gr. Cornwell & Son,
UEA & PERKINS'
la the Original and Oiuy Worcestershire Sauce
LEA. & FERRERS'
IB THX BEST SATJCZ IH TEX W0BID.
LEA & PERRHTS'
18 DELICIOUS WITH B0U7, FISH, OAVZ,
JOINTS, HOT AHD COLO KEATS.
LEA. & PEBRTJVS'
Blgnatnre Is on ETerv Bottle,
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS.
J680-1T NEW TORK.
WOOD AND COAL.
Buy at once and save advaneetfhlcn
most bo soon.
95 Per Ton and Upward, Ac
cording to Quality.
Main Once and Depot: Johnson's Wharves, root of
TweltUi, Tslrteenth and Y streets southwest;
offices, lid snd 1112 Ninth street northwest.
JE. ZUO, DEALER IN BEST VAEIE.
TIES of ANTHRACITE AMD CUMBER
LAND COAL; also, WOOD sawed, snd split to
anv f lie, at Bhode Island avenue, between Nlnta
and Tenth streets, and X. street snd Bock creek.
On snd after MONDAT, October , VSK, oar
prices for Fuel delivered In any part or Washing
ton or Georgetown, In quantities not less than one
ton, 0,110 lbs.,) until farther notice, will be asfol-
low,,T,I! Per Ton.
White Ash Tnrnace. Ea- and Chestnut 50
" Btove or Range. J00
Bhamokln-Kw J J3
" Btoveor Banre , M
Lyken's Valley Kits; or Stove 7 10
Comberland Lamb.. .....,. ., ........ 8 00
Run of Mine. Ai'?
Oak Wood, In Stick V po
Pine " " g
Bawlnr, per Cord J-M
Bawlng snd Splitting, per Cord. i 00
T. EDW. CLARK fc CO.,
Dealers In Lumber, Wood and Goal,
Office, (01 Pennsylvania avenue, northwest corner
Sixth. Wharf, Depot and Planing Mill, foot of
fourth street east. QO-tf
Oil AHD WOOD.
We hsve Just received supply of
I.TKEBS YAIXET ASD 1EE WaUTsI
which we offer st reduced prices; also, on hand s
Urge let of
OAK AHD PIHE WOOD
U the stick or sawed and spIU.. BTEPHKSBOS'B
PATBMT BUNDLED XINDLINO WOOD. . flrs
uThter in every bundle; the best In use. Tor sals by
iflsToeers. pjjEpjjjjjgoK A BHO
sng-tf Office lal Pennsylvania avenue.
GOAL! COAL! '
T Aa SONS, T
Wholesale and Betall Dealers Is all kinds Of Deal
ui wood, i-nmoenana voau
Depot at KlLEl'S wharves, foot of
Eleventh sad Twelfth streets south'
Branch Tard. O street, between Second and Third
Streets northwest. oeM-tf
SEND YOUR TJFHOLSTEHINfJ AND
MATTRESSES TO THE
Eleventb-Street Co.'s Factory,
No. 41 eleventh St. northwest,
snd have the work promptly executed, at reasona
ble rates. . oca-lia
if THIRD STBEET HOBTHEAST-FOR
i-"-i Bent-Booms In a sasll, quiet family, at tie
above afdreas. - nolt-et
linK P STREET FOR RENT ET.E
XAXJO OANTLY farnlsbed parlor and bed
room, en suite, second floor; very desirable.
ymT STREET NORTHWEST FOR
U1 I Rent Nine elegant furnished rooms.
rM-.ntlv rw,nnlfn h th Tf.if.t, Ulnl.ter. ltlfinlre
ji above. noll-STuTh-!t'
IQIKO STREET NORTHWEST FOR
a7J.U Bent Furnished rooms, two suites,
handsomely tnrnlshed; furnace and fires, and bath
room adjolnlr-g; southern exposure: with orwltu
osi board. Also, a furnished house for rent. No.
1915 B street northwest. noll-t
Tfsftf? MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
AVArORBENT, WITH BOARD Furnished
or partly furnished rooms on parlor floor. Also,
rooms on second or third floor, single or en suite,
suitable for two gentlemen or gentleman and wife.
Hot and cold water, gas, baths, tc Table board
era accommodated. nol0-4t
AQA PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, OPPO
tOttTsltc National nolel-For Bent-Several well
furnished rooms, communicating; front or back
rooms. First c'ass board If itslrcil. nolO-lt
1 RQA I STREET, NEAR THE ARLINCJ
XUOV) TON HOTEL For rent, handsome
parlors and other large and small rooms; all modern
TIT FOURTH STREET NORTHWEST
ttAJL FOB BENT-Furnlslicd BOOMS, en suite
or single, at Mrs. UlLBEBT'a. novl-lm
nnpr thirteenth street north.
tJVJO WEST, opposite Franklin TarJ Desi
rable Booms. Including parlor and chamber con
nectlng. with nrst-class board. off?-lit
OflQ O STREET, OPPOSITE PATENT
CSKJtt Office For Bent Pleasant South Jront
BOOMS, with board; either for the season or tran
stent. Also. Table Board. ocH-tf
1 Q1 O F STREET, NEAR EBBITT HOUSE
XOJLAI-Booms for rent, en suite and single.
Those who enjoy comfort and quiet inquire as
TWB BENT-DESK AND DESK-BOOM ON
A? reasonable terms In s desirably-located, elegantly-finished
and furnished office, complete in all
H. EASTWOOD. Broker,
attyl-lf 1302 Pennsylvania ays.
FOR RENT THE FIRST-OLASS NEW
three-story and-bisement brick house, sonth
east corner of I street and New Jersey avenue
northwest, (Douglass' estate) elevtn rooms: all
modern Improvements; foo per month; sultaulefor
a member of Congress. Apply to
K4 Seventh st. northwest, opp. U. S. Pat. Office.
ALABOE NUMHER OF
HOUSES FOR RENT
III THE WEST END,
At rentals ranging from
TEN TO FOBTY DOLLARS PEB MONTH.
Apply at once to
E. S. WESCOTT,
Beal Eatate Agent.
Corner of Twentieth and I streets.
RENTING HOUMEa A SPECIALTY. oc31-2m
E STBEET, BETWEEN NINTH AND TENTH.
For rent, the above beautiful ealflc-, delightfully
situated In tbe centre of tne elty, and Is accessible
by all the lines of cltr cars.
AS A BALL-ROOM
It surpasses In elegance and general convenlcnee all
others In the city.
AS A MUSIC AND CONCERT .HALL,
LECTURES, PARTIES AND WEDDINGS,
It la wonderfully perfect In acoustics, and affords
elegant accommodation for eight hundred penons.
A GREAT REDUCTION IN THE RENTAL
has been trade.
The hauls open dally for Inspection. For terms
and particulars, choice of nights, Ac, apply at the
hall. L. U. MARINI.
Uen. Grant's hdqrs., 17th and F n. w., m. L,
'Northwest cor. 11th St. and Pa. ave., rent low.
Mats, ave., sear nth St., 14 rooms, furnlshed....30O
Cor. 14th St.. Mass. Snd Vt. avenues ra
US 13tn st. northwest. furulhed, 19 rooms &
No.l7Z7Fst.n. w.,firmlsned 200
No. 13 16), st. n. w. 12 rooms, m.!., stable 200
Qst., above 14th, furnished , 150
No. KB p. ave., (overstore) US
No. 730 13th st. n. w., 13 rooms, m. 1 .. no
No. 1414M at. n. w.. 10 rooms, suble loo
113 Uth st northwest, furnished, 10 rooms.... 100
No.308 Ast-n. e., furnished .....'. 100
No. 1412 N sun. w 10 rooms, stable 100
No. 1211 K st. n. w., 13 rooms, m. L 100
No. 230 1st st. n.e., 13 rooms, m. 1 luO
Bstrcet. near 2d southeast. 12 rooms, m. 1 f33
N 0.627 Pa. are., (over Gllman's drug store) .... so
No 133311thst.n. w., 11 rooms, m. 1 73
77U street northwest. 10 rooms,;..... ...... ...... 75
1120 N street northwest, 10 rooms 60
80821st street northwest, 9 rooms 60
923 D street northwest, over store 60
Pierce st., near 11th and S, furnished 60
No. 716 11th st. n.w.. 10 rooms, m.l 60
No. 104 Cst. s.e., 9 rooms. Ingle Place 5(
203 A street southeast, 12 rooms 50
Mt. Pleasant, 9 rooms and 2 acres of ground.... 50
No. 1420 uth st. n. w., 10 rooms, m. L .2
No. 1906 O st. n.w., furnished 40
Store and dwelling, cor. 13th and C sts. s.w 40
No. lit 6th st. s.e., 10 rooms, m.l 40
45 K street, northeast, 10 room 35
1704 I4ih st. northwest, S rooms, m. 1 35
New houses, 9th street, above T 35
15(9 Columbia street, 10 rooms 35
Store No. 4307th st. s. w 35
Store and dwtlllng. No. S3 High St., Gtn 35
126 F street northwest, 7 rooms. 31
1010.snd 1013 Penna. avenue? a. e., 8 rooms, rn. 1. 30
No., 11 13, and 19 K st. b. e., 12 rooms 30
IU and 1430 S street northwest, m.l., 30
Le Droit Park, 307 Elm street 30
812 A street southeast 30
17i.1V street northwest 30
1423 and 1433 S street northwest, 8 rooms 30
No. 514 B st. s. e., 7 rooms, gas and water 2rt
2CS7 L st. northwest, store and dwelling 25
Store 3pi 6th st. n.w 25
Nos. TT57, 1753, 1750 S It. n. w , 25
No.6208lhst.n. e.. 6 rooms, m.l 25
101UN. J, ave., 12 rooms, large yard 2
Nos. 1821 and 152811th st. n. w., 7 rs m. L 23
Nos. 624 and 631 B st. s. e., 6 rooms, gas and
No. 401 nth st. n. e.,J rooms 20
No. 918 East Capitol st., 6 rs., gas and water.... 20
No. 627 L st. s. e.. t rooms 20
No. 472 H St. s. w 14
Nos. 1411 and 1417 3d st. n.w 6 rooms and water. IS
Nos. 6 and 7 Foundry Place IS
No. 181020th st. n. w.. 7 rooms 15
Boundary and 19th street 13
No. 210811th st. n. w 11
more and dwelling, near 1st and F sts. s. w II
No. 733 7th sua. e 12
1815Vermont avenue 12
210P street northeast 10
70S Grant avenue 10
2? P street northeast 10
No. 2 Cottage 1)111 8
704 Grant avenue 6
Also, a number of other houses, full particulars of
which will be given upon application at the offices of
B. H. WABN EB. Seventh and F streets. oc2
HOUSES AND FARMS FOR SAI.E.-SEV.
era! two-story HOUSES snd COTTAGES -
monthly payments. Valuable Building LOTS PfB
on easy terms. Also, FARMS In the Dlstrlet. KM
Maryland and Virginia for Sale or exchange, a"
APPLETON P. CLARK.
auhlVWFMtf 703 E street nurthwest,
vv aj.- icoums to rent, furnished or unfurnished.
or those wishing to rent are respectfully requested
to call and examine our business chances. The
Satronage of the public Is respectfully solicited,
pplvatthe Washington Intelligence Office, 934 F
street northwest, first door up-stalrs.
tc2t-tf im, H. JONE- A CO.
flVIO A DAY AT HOME. AOENTS
4P J-i wanted. Outfit and terma free. TRUE
CO.. Augusta. Maine. mh3-iy
DB. A. PBATT, DENTIST, HAS BE.
moved to the northwest earner of Beventh and
D streets, over CrandalTa bookstore, where be will
be pleased to see his old patrons, snd the general
QIKI NEW YORK AVENUE NIOELY
7lfurnlshed rooms. Tab'e boarders aecom
modated. Also, stable to let noto-lm
f-t f H STBEET NOBTH WEST.-NIOELY.
VJAU furnished rooms, with first-class board.
Table boarders accommodated. novs-tt
A QUIET FAMILY OF TWO PERSONS
would receive aa boarders either two or fonr
Joung christian gentlemen. Apply at 731 Twenty
onrth street northwest. no7-5t
AW. SOHABIT HAS BEMOVED HIS
. law office up stairs, 4SS Louisiana avenue.
BUTTON.wltb Inserted gold Uly, studded with
pearls. A suitable reward will be given If re
turned to this office. no7
EVAN LYONS, 65 WATEB STREET,
Georgetown, corn merchant, and dealer In
Southern and Western Flour. Bye Flour and Chop,
Commeal, Hay, Straw and Ground Plaster,
JOS. A J. E. LIBBEY, LUMBEB DEAL.
ers. No. 27 WaUr street, Georgetown, D. C.
Building lumber or all kinds constantly on band.
Also, oak, ash,. walnut and poplar lumber. A Urge
assortment of Georgia pine Umber of all sixes and
lengths. Georgia and Florida pine flooring, well
BBOWN, CHAMBERLAIN A OO..WHOLE
aale dralera In Cider and pure Clier Vinegars,
corner llighandWaterstreets, Georgetown. Keep
for sale a Urge stock of N ew York Sweet Cider and
refined Cider, and snpply in lota of 100 barrels or
leas pure country Cider Vinegar of tbe best duality
at the lowest prices. ocl3-3m
OS. O. SHINN, CORNER BRIDGE AND
Montgomery streets. Georgetown.
Flour and Teed of all kinds, at the lowest market
prices. Delivered free In any part of the elty.
JPASSENO, NO. T3 WATEB STBEET
Georgetown, has to let at all times good and
safe row boats by the dsy or hour, with rowmen If
required. Also retreshmenU for sale. ocla-lm
MLOWENSTEIN, NO. 43 BRIDGE
street, Georgetown, has a full assortment of
Genta' Furnishing Goods, and n akrt a specialty of
Phlrtaand Underclothing, which he will sell cheaper
than can be bought elsewhere In this city, octu-lm
CORNS, BUNIONS, TOE-NAILS. OO AT
oneetoDr. SCHULTZ, 903. corner Ninth street
and Pennsylvania avenue,! fyou value the blessings
of health, prolong life, and wish to avoid the se
rlouaconsequencea arUlng from neglectprlmproper
treatment by unskilled operators. Thousands of
testimonials of cases, as from Rev. Dr. Mlnntgoode,
BlibopMcOIU and numerous ladles, and which are
attended as usual. Send for circular. new
Cigarettes and Smoking 'Tobacco,
Warranted superior to anyln the market. For sale
everywhere. Trythsm. Wholesale by GEORGE,
theB-C Cigar Man. B-C Cigars better thaUM ever.
Try them. xS-tm
TTT F. TURNER A CO, WHOLESALE
YV PROVISION MERCHANTS. Beef. Pork,
Bacon. Lard, Butter. Cheerc. Canned Goods, c,
of first quality only. Bef and Pork put up la
proper packages, for home and foreign markets.
Particular attention given to War and Navy De
partment requirements In our Use. No. 1402 Penn
sylvania Tesa tuJB-ly
si-un Dsiis-A .rinrj uESiusnuri an
-sJ New 'Jersey, only nine miles from New York
city: every convenience: abundance of fruit, le.
no4-6t E. K. WILSON, SUSevenths.net.
FOB SALE-A TWO-STOBY FRAME
Dwelling Mouse and Corner Stare, fitted up
with Shelving, Counters snd large, dry cellar,
snltsbleforGroceryorMuket Store, southeast cor
ner of Tenth street and South Carolina avenue
southeast. Also, for tale, two-story slx-roout
Frame Dwelling Bouse. No. 1003 South Carolina
avenue southeast. Apply to
- ... - TflOs. E. WAGOAMAN. ,
oc27-FMWtr No. 519 Seventh street northwest.
FOB SALE AN ELEGANT BESIDENOE
on Capitol 11 111. nearly new, fronting 42 by 68
feet, lot 73x100. doubl front, mansard roof, bay
windows on each side, fine view of the Capitol and
Park. House contains 14 rooms, finished In hard
wood, heated with bot air. Improved furnace: hot
and cold water, and first class In all details. Can be
purchased at leas than cost.
J. STANLEY JONES,
oc2 511 Seventh street.
TTIOR SALE THAT VERY DESIRABLE
building lot northwest corner Twenty-first
etand Pennsylvania avenue northwestwlll be
sold cheaD and on easv terms.
J. STANLEY JONES,
ocll Sit Seventh street.
Af( SECOND STREET NORTHWEST
'3:iJ FOB SALE Two-story brick residence,
with two story back building; seven rooms, hot and
cold water: suble on rear or lot; also, two horses
and carriage. J, STANLEY JONES,
ttia-ti Ml Seventh street.
QfsT E STREET NORTHWEST FOR
GO SALE Three-story and basement mastic
front House: nine rooms, waur and cas. Terms
to suit purchaser. Apply to
J. STANLEY JONES,
ecn-tr 311 jtortnth street.
FOB SALE-TEN VERY VALUABLE LOTS
.. '"Sft6 '"h te t1 city of Terre Haute. In
for unincumbered property here.
sepia E. J. SWEET. SU Seventh street.
TTIOB SALE THBEtSTOBY B U I O K
A? dwelling, with back building; 10 rooms and
bath; all the modern Improvements, No. 1324 Elev
enth street, between N and O northwest.
J. STANLEY JONES.
seplS-tf Sll Seventh street.
fTIOR RENT A LAROE AND HANDbOJlE
A' residence, containing 14 roomr, with all mod
ern Improvements. Also, carriage-house, stable
and large yard. Good location; within one square
from the different lines of street can. Bent too per
month. J. STANLEY JONES.
Sll Seventh street.
FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE-TWO STOBY
press-brick front Dwelling and Store; good
cellar: five rooms; in northwestern section of city;
corner location. Will sell or exchange for small
place of several acres no.th or the city.
J. STAN LEY JONES.
sel5-tf Mi Seventh street.
FOB SALE NEW THREE-STORY 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. 1609 Nineteenth street
northwest. J. STANLEY JONES,
stl5-tf SU Seventh street.
IIOR SALE A COMFORTABLE TWO.
story frame Dwelling, with back bull ling; six
rooms. In excellent order: fine water on premises;
deep lot. with abundance of fruit. No. 2112 Six
teenth street northwest.
. . J. STANLEY JONES,
selS-tf 511 Seventh street.
FOR SALE TWO TWO-STORY BRICK
Houses; eight rooms; bath and all modern lm
Srovements. Northwest corner Seventh and South
. streets, Capitol Hill. Easy terms .
.... J. STAN LEY JONES,
seH-tf SU Seventh street.
FOR SALE TWO-STOBY BRICK DWLU,
ING, good cellar. Lat'obes, marble mantelst
bath, water and gas. No. 1756 P street northwest.
J. STANLEY JON ES,
ael5-tf SU Seventh street.
FOR SALE TWO-STORY BRICK DWELL
ING; eight rooms. Located In northwestern
part or city. J. STAN LEY JONES.
sel5-tf su Seventh street.
FOR SALE TWO-STORY FRAME DWELL
ING, on Fourth s'reet, between U and I streets
northeast. Will be sold vet y cheap and on easy
terms. J. STANLEY JONES.
selS-tf 5H Seventh street.
FOR SALE NEW TWO-STORY FRAME
Dwelling, with basementr seven rooms: deep
lot, with carpenter shop and stable on rear of lot
17 P street, between North Capitol and First streets
northeast. J. STANLEY JONES.
selS-tf 511 Seventh street.
TTIOK SALE TWO-STORY AND BASE-
A ment brick dwelling, seven rooms, and bath,
store-room, closets, marble mantels, range, La
trobes, hot and cold water, gas, northeast corner
Pierce place and Fifteenth street. Terms easy:
small cash payment. J. STANLEY JONES.
selS-tf Sll Seventh street.
TTIOK SALE A DESIRABLE THREE
A story pressed-brlek house, tes rooms, hot and
cold water; deep lot. Located In northwesters part
Of tbe city. J. STAN LEY JON ES.
aeu-tr Sll Seventh street.
TJIOR SALE A VERY FINE THREE
A! story and basement brick, mansard-roof resi
dence, with three-story back building. All the
modern Improvements of fluest quality. Located
In one of tne handsomest rows of houses In tbe
northwestern portion or the elty. Stable and wide
alley In rear. J. STANLEY JONES,
seU-tr Sit Seventh street.
IIOR SALE TWO-STORY BRICK DWsVLL
lug. No. 324 Eighth street northeast, with back
building, seven rooms, good cellar, water, ie.
J. STANLEY JONES.
seU-tf SU Seventh street.
FOB SALE TWO TWO-SrORY FRENCH
roof dwellings, Nos. 710 and 712 N street, be
tween Seventh and Eighth northwest, with back
buildings, bay windows, ten rooms snd bath, mar
ble mantels, gas and water.
J. STANLEY JONES,
selS-tf SU Seventh street.
FOR SALE SEVERAL SMALL COM
fortible BRICK DWELLINGS, two-story and
basement: gas and water; located In northwestern
part of the city; will be sold chesp, and on easy
terms. J. STANLEY JONES,
selS-tf 511 Seventh street.
TRIOR SALE SEVERAL TWO-STORY AND
A! Basement BRICKS, with two-story back build
ings, new, with all modern Improvements, In tae
northwestern section of the city, near two lines of
street cars and market. Price moderate and terms
easy. J. STANLEY JONES,
sel5-tf SU Sventh street.
T7IOB SALE TWO THREESTOBY PRESS
A BBICK HOUSES, on Fourth, between N and
O streets northwest, nine and ten rooms, bath, all
modern Improvements. J. STANLEY JUNES,
selS-tf 511 Seventh street.
TTtOR SALE TWO-STORY BRICK, MAN
X! SARD ROOF, bay window, ten rooms and
bath; with all the modern Improvements: No. 505
B street southeast. J. STANLEY JONES.
aepU-tf 511 Seventh street.
FORSALE THETWO-STOEYAND BASE
MENTMansardroofbrtck residence, with back
building. No. 1130 Eighth street, between MaudN
streets northwest; bay window, ten rooms and bath
room, hot and cold water, marble washstands and
mantels throughout: nearly new and very substan
tially built. Will be sold at a bargain and on easy
terms. J.STANLEY JONES.
seplS-tf 511 Seventh street.
FOR SALE HANDSOME NEW THREE
STOBY residence, ten rooms, all elaborately
frescoed: Italian marble mantels; range Latrobe;
hot and cold water, Ac Located In one of the most
desirable portions ofthe city.
4. aiA.it.ai 4U.1U,
SU Seventh street.
ARM FOR SALE-SIXTY ACRES GOOD
.rasa land: larre home, villa stvle. ont-bnlld-
lngs, targe spring; would make a first-class dairy
sarin; nino&Tiue piae. nail mueiromuiair'.ana
quarter ofa mile from the rallroid station. '
J STANLEY JONES,
ecplS-tr 511 Seventh street.
t&OYJJ other sums to locn on real estate secu
rity. Applyatonce. M. M. R01IRER,
no7-3t S13 Beventh street.
QL flfin 3000- 1.00- WE HAVE
ftJJJm the above amounts on hand to loan
on real estate. We can negotiate loans at any time
on short notice and at reawnabte rates. Amounts
ot 810,000 and upwards can be bad at 8 per cent., pay
able quarterly, five years to run.
DOWNMAN ft GREEN,
0c23 lm 412 aevenih street.
FORSALE OR EXCHANGE A FINE
FARM, containing seventy-three acres, situate
about fire miles north orGeergetown,D. C: twenty
acres In hard wood and timber; orchard, 200 peach
trees, 125 apple, 10 or 12 pear-trees, 40 cherry-trees:
fine water; stream through woodland: good soil for
grain, grass, Ac; Improved by a two-story frame
dwelling-house, seven rooms, porch on two sides,
outbuildings, barn, stable, Ac. Price. 85,000. Terms
easy-deferred payments at six per cent. Interest, or
oc20 SU Seventh street.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF SPORTING
GUNS. By order of the consignees, we offer
the balance of the English Breech and Muxzle-
loadlng SHOT GUNS at an additional redaction of
prices, at which great sacrifice the whole must be
sold wl.htn a very short time. The majority of
thtmareof the well-known English makers, suea
as Greener. Scott, P. Weloy, Hollis, Clabrough,
Ward.Manton.de. Kachu fully warranted. An
early call will Insure the best selection, as they posi
tively cannot be duplicated for the prices offered.
8. GOLDSTEIN CO..
Corner Tenth and D streets,
oels-tf Loan Office and Commission Brokers.
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE.
Large sums at 8 and 9 per cent, t smaller sums
at 10 per cent. Bouses rented. Property sold at
private or public sale. .. . .
SHERMAN ft HANDY,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
ocI7-lm St. Cloud Building.
GBAND CENTENNIAL CHANCE.
A fortune can be made In three months. A
large Boarding House. No. 811 E street northwest,
forent cheap, mulr. WABJn
Real Estate Broker,
sea Cor. Seventh and T atreeets.
F)B SALE BUSINESS STAND AND
DWELLING The th-ee-tory brick house,
with three-story back building, first floor fitted up
aastore-room; water and gas: corner location: cen
tral, and in one or the beat business portions ofthe
city; near two lines of street cars and market. W1U
be sold at a bargain, and on easy terms,
J. STAiN LEY JONES,
aelS-tf Sll Seventh street.
FOR SALE OB EXCHANGE- ACRES IN
Montgomery eonnty. Mi. , 6 miles front the city,
and about a quarter of a mile from Linden, a station
on the Metropolitan railroad. Land of fine quality,
and good Improvements. E, J. SWEET.
septs Ml Beventh street.
T7IOB SALE OB EXCHANGE FOB CITY
JC OB COUNTRY PROPERTY A first-class
Drugstore and Fixtures In the western part of the
city. Elegant fixtures and no better location In the
elty for a large fancy drug business. . New Soda
sepl-tf B. M. HALL, 815 Seventh street.
TJXR TRADE A FINE BESIDENOE ON
JO UNION STRIET.BBOOKLYN, N. Y., with
Brows Stone trimmings. Three stories and base
ment, also good cellar. Hot and cold water, with all
other modern Improvements. Rents for 865 per
month. Incumbrance of 81,000 to be assumed by
purchaser. Price, 88,000. Will trade.fbr unlncum-
bered elty property.
515 Seventh s tree t.
EXCHANGE T I N E BESIDENOE ON
Erie railroad. Will exchange for Washington
elty property. Good fruit, large house and neees
sar outbuildings. Distant from New York 22 miles,
near PatersoiuNew- Jersey. Apply to Dr. W. H.
TA 1 1AJ1S, quo n. street normwcaw
FOB SALECHEAP LOTS AND ONE
square, near Lincoln park, at about assessed
valuers to Scents per foot. R. M. HALL,
aul2 DS Seventh street.
FOB SALE TWO FINE LOTS ON A
street north, sear Third street, at SO cents per
foot. R. M. BALL,
anil MS Seventh street.
YTIOB TBADE COUNTBY SEAT OF M
A" acre., north of city 7 miles. Forest Glen sta
tion, on ruin, ui xwc. ruiroau. , lacij luiytuTcu.
Large bouse, 12 rooms. Barn, springs. Ac Laws
and fine shade. Will trade for a house or vacant
gronndhere, Baltimore. Philadelphia or NewYork.
an!2 R. M. HALL, all Seventh street.
FOB TBADE-aAOBES-ONE HALF MILE
from Boundary street, north or the city. A por
tion or It fine forest. Will be traded for a good house,
and difference In Incumbrance on house assumed,
aulj B, M. BALL. SU SevenlS. street.
- FOB SALK
T710B 'TRADE A FINE HOUSE OP 1
l,,J!?5t:J?.S?V0.'?erJ,n Georgetown. Will be
traded for afara on the Eastern Bhore of Maryland.
Price. 116,000. b j HAIV
, e" 5 Beventh toSi. -
IT 17 O STREET SOUTHEAST ropv
-A . I SALE Three-story and basement briek
dwelling, ten rooms, bath, water and gaa. Price.
85,000; easy terms. J. STANLEY JONsT
se26-tf SU Seventh iM
We offer the following list of unredeemed pledges
and commission goods at great bargains. Every
snicie is ruuy warranxea:
DIAMONDS, aolltaraand In duster.
WATCHES, In solid gold or sliver cases, Amer
ican, English, Swiss.
CHAINS, solid 12. 14 and lS-karat gold.
RINGS, the best assortment In the city.
BRACELETS, solid gold or filled, every slie.
SETS, all kinds.
STUD", every kind, solid 14 and 13-karat gold.
SLEEVE BUTTONS, everydeslgn.
CROSSES, solid gold and Somas gold filled.
LOCAETS, lady's or gestlemaiTs, or rich de
signs. PINS, every kind, new and second-han-t.
EAR-BIN GS. to match the pins or separate.
CLOCKS, American, English or Fre-ich.
BBON ZE3, very fine, some very rare.
8ILVEB or silver-plated ware.
GUNS, English Breech and muiile-Ioadlng. 19
REVOLVERS, from 83.25 to 115. UI kinds.
8:i?'3y.-OI ?iId( 'Pectacles or eye-glasses.
CUTLERY, pocket-knives and raiors.
canes, gold-headed and a few others.
ETC.. Is to be sees to be appreciated: impossible
to describe. AU we ask Is a fair comparison for the
similar gooua vj insuse a reaav sale, can aao. ex
amine before purchasing elsewhere.
8. UOLDSTEIS CO.,
LOAN AND COMMISSION BROKERS.
se27-tf N.E. Corner Tenth snd D streets.
iX OIT.V HTTTUTT TJTTBT IIT?Xr inDPa
' ,wi-ir AiiAj MViiuisiis aunuj
ofLAND. or tiiiTiVjrtlan of It on the Paint of
v-vcmM iwau, locsLeo, a or dfst rams uicn si
tlon. Md., nine mllei from Wunlntrtoa. Inqalre
Of THUS. J. BHUWN, Wheaton I. O.. Md.
svajwj, iwj cucap, one Mi ox aa Acres. ans-oir
ABSHALL HALL1UR SALE.
Thlawell-knuwn tnf notml.v Rrnnvn TtAVirt m.
.v. u. iz.-rr.w' virrr-- r - -- -"
vie juxj uuu uue ox tne ATOtomac
river, sixteen miles below Wash- i
Ington. D. C and opposite Mount J
Versos, Is now offered for sale I
on easv terms, or will trade fo-l
city property. The place contains (TO acres ui .
in excellent state of cultivation; has 15,000 young
peach trees, nearly all In bearing: an orchard of
over too choice varieties of apples; a well-built old
fashioned mansion, with 12 rooms and spacious
halls, a large barn and several outbuildings, all Is
good order, and fitted up In every way for a No. I
Tbe river front Is fitted np especially for excur
sionists, and la. without exception, the best loca
tion for this purpose on the Potomac river. There
la an extensive Lawn reaching down to the water's
edge, numerous shade trees, arbors, booths, patent
swings, 4c. and a pavllllon the largest south of
Philadelphia. There Is excellent fishing, bathing,
and boating at the place, and It Is thought that a
first-class Summtr Boarding-house would pay well,
as there Is nothing of the kind within seventy-five
A public road leads down to the wharf In front of
the premisesand Is the principal. If not the only,
outlet towajdnhe river for fruits and produce from
farmers lnfliarlea county. The site Is a good one
for a store, and there is a building on the place ad
mirably adapted for such a purpose.
The steamers Mary Washington and Arrow, front
Washington, touch at the wharf on their dally trips
downward and upward. The Lady of the Lake, the
Jane Mosely, the Thompson, and the two Baltimore
boats (the Wsahlngton and the Express) stop at
regular Intervals, and dally excursions are run to
An enterprising party could easily make a for-
itun , lu. iiAiiu. .a pniy to
B. d. WARNER, Real Estate Broker,
el9-tf Corner Seventh and F streets.
TTIOR SALE HORSE, BUGGY AND BAR.
-- xiilsc, in nrsi-raie oraer. Horse is
kind, will stand without hitching, and Is
a fast road horse. Inquire at
se28-tf 427 Eighth street.
FOB SALE OB BENT.
1 TVT T STREET, (MICHLEB BOW.;
.a. I O I For Bent or Sale ilouse, containing
seven cbambfrs, parlor, dlnlng-rcom, kitchen and
laundry. Hot and cold water, with all the conve
niences of a nrst-class house.
No. 1210 G street.
nol-6t Or Room 4. No. 517 Seventh street
1 4flS N STREET, NEAB THE GIBGLE
--3tCJ For Sale or Rent Eleven-room house,
finely frescoed and finished from top to bottom; en
Urelynew. Teimseasy. Price moderate.
SMITH, B1RGE CO..
QC4-tf 1014 Pennsylvania avenue.
TTIOB SALE OR BENT A NINE.ROOM
A: press-brick front house corner of Slxeenth
and P streets; basement, two stories. Mansara roof,
bay window and all modern eonvenleneea. Also,
two choice lots adjoining house. Terms very
reasonable. For Information apply at 1313 Massa-
FOR SALE, EXCHANGE OR RENT THAT
beantirully finished RESIDENCE. 1434 Q-.
most eligibly located, and possessing all modern Cm
Improvements. Half cash. Apply to W. NOT-
TIN GHAM. corner of .Third and X streets south
east, or to P. A. POSEY. Fort Foot, Maryland.
STOVES, BANGES, &C.
TF YOU WISH TO SAVE MONEY
STOVES, BANGES, AC.,
JOHN MOBAN, S12S Pa. Avenue.
New Silver Palace, Sunnvslde, or Light-
Washlnarnn Knn-Pi. to. A fall line of
BasoBurnlTjtr and 11 eat In sr Stores, the
chearjestln the cltr. Call before Tmrchasin.r. It
-will par. Repairing promptlj attended to and uty
uiacuon frraaranieeu. ocay-an
Tames R. Harrover,
1338 roUnTEEXTH STBEET N. Mt
BtoTes, Grates, Ranges, House-Far.
nlsblnc Goods, Ac.
47-Booflna; and Spoatinff a Specialty,
FIRE ON THE HEARTH. Ooen Stove.
Beautiful FIre-Place Heater. .
New Portable Range.
AU first class. Each the beal of Its kind.
HAYWARD & HUTCHINSON,
M7 Ninth street, near the Avenue,
OC3 STOVE AND PLUMBING HOUSE.
STAG'S HEAD RANGE
The Q nick tit Baker, the Most Economical Heater
and Cheapest Range In the market.
BAMUETHOT-CLOSET RANGE. Something
entirely new, cheap, good and bandy. Just tho
range erery housekeeper will buy.
Also, Sanford's new, Challenge Hot-air TUB
NACE; superior to all others.
At the sole agency of
IIOFT A THOMAS,
oc7-3m 820 rennsylranla aTenne northwest.
1423 HEW YOEKAYENUE. 1423
THOS. M. SHEPHERD,
PLUMBING, STEAX AND GAS FIT.
The largest and best assorted designs In the city,
consisting of Chandeliers In crystal, bronxe and
gilt; exquisite Toilet and Newel. Lights: portables
ana reeling ingots, i-enaauts. Dracacis. .c, us
endless variety at Philadelphia wholesale prices.
Ofthe newest and most elegant styles in marbte,ai
aiste ana carvea walnut, ana at tne lowest prices.
In silver. gUt- bronze and nickel, of handsome
design and f
Adoten different styles. Including the "May
flower,'' "Silver Palace," "Social.'1 "Boynton's
187S." "BalUmorean." ''New Balto' and others,
put up In the best manner, and guaranteed to give
aa tlu action.
I desire to call special attention to the "EMPIRE"
range, whicn cannot be excelled by any range In the
market for cooling and baking, also for beating
stories above. Also on hand the "Defiance."
"Chllson." "Spartan" and other ranges at very
For heating and cooking complete with furniture.
Atnss, JSOnltors, ac.. tos we sic room.
I sin prepared to furnish any styles of furnace,
either portable or set la a superior manner' In brick,
at reasonable rates.
PLUMBING. STEAM AND GAS FITTING.
Employing none but the most skillful workmen, I
amprepared to execute aU orders promptly, and la
a superior manner, and at the lowest price.
THOa H&. SHBPHBBD,
43 NEW YORE AVENUE. 143
OXO SEYXNTR STREET, OJ.O
Five doors from Pennsylvania avenue north.
TULXi ASSORTMENT OP HOUSE-PUS
ell NISHXNO GOODS.
rpHI WARREN RANGE AND THE
SPLENDID TTRE-PLAOX TURNACE.
E- F. SIMPSON,
1006 Pennsylvania avenae,
erjtm Stewart Btoveoose.
ROHANTS' LINE OF STEAMSHIPS
WASHINQTON AND NEW YOBS.
Hereafter the flue steamship K. C. KNIOHT win
snake regular WEEKLY TRIPS BaTTWEBN NEW
YORK. ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON and
G to EG r TOWN, aa follows: Leave New York.
Smpiersu &asn,cr, every omuu,j . , i hi..
re Georgetown every Tuesday morning and
Alexandria the same day at noon. .
For further Information aonlv to B. P. A. DIN-
RAM, business office and wharf t Water street,
J. . THOMPSON. President.
Only Una Parrying the ArnfirlfaTi Flag.
Balling everv tuuksuai xrem rxuuaijuar
For tneeastowB and ElTerpool.
Cabin, Intermediate and Steerage
Saks as lo-v as by any other drst-elass line.
rsisn njuoai maai
General Agents. Phlladelnhla.
H. 0. COOKX CO.. U
r ram. w aaniuarnst. i -
VTEW STEAK BENTA1, I.ABOJ
Having fitted up a new DENT ALL ASOBATil
BY we aru prepared to furnish a fine set of TE ETH
fn.Vlm nnllM nVUPVTVD , ViWsllYi.
oca-aa Dentists, VX Beventh ststeti '
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