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RAILROADS.
VALLEY railroad""
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THE ONLY HOt'TK TO TUB
CAVERNS OF LURAT.
p--' T.nr . Ovp and 1I< t**l Comranv h?vs notif>
tr.:-. . ( !!.] iuy tbat tb?y h \e introduced uio
ELf?'I'lilC L1(?HT
' ' ' \' " six. t'-.-j rr>' now daily illnminited by
Hi* -i?l < t t'i |> w-rliii Ifml,
v> h:.:: illi ..inxtob being adequate
*o; ?*i ?ri.f. She I*cnrif1?--* it the.-e va*t pubttiranean
"?* *' ' tt * nr to | r. ; o:ly reieal ta> ir
magnificent okvaxkhtatior.
Nit. ' r Cuvernr are kncwn elsnrh- re. KoCtvrrns
rt bw-a iLuni'uated by th?j ai l of eitctruy.
. pro-lno-d fully meet the anticipation, and
re r.ously 1 eautil ui, ami i recent V1 tiie ey visions
?'' . ' ??*?? beret. P re unattainable under the
ji. l .? ; .niiiiinlii.il j-o-Mble.
V extra charm is Buidt for the illumination by the
*-i??tni I.<? Ut, and .i.i. It? are furnished tiou, an omit
lvrTy" inn
* i twain < | en at a.) w_:t>us of the year, and visitor*
n.r> tt : ***i,rfd ?.f ; rtx urinif wuperior and bret-class
S?'< Uilli< tlati II*.
TTITtor<iII TICKETS
*r< "Ti fa!f> by coaneetin*; mails.
JOSE! H II. SANDS. ( HAS. P. HATCH,
S' i erii.W intent, Genl Pass'r Airent,
Ha>r? rstown. Md. 1'lnladelphia. 829
jjAl.il.MoRE A OHIO KAILROAIX
THE MODEL FAST. AND THE ONLY LINE
bltwkkn
TIIE E\ST AND THE WEST. VIA WASHINGTON.
DOt'ULE TRACK! JANNEY COUPLER! STEEL
RAILS!
SCHEDULE TO TAKE EFFECT SUNDAY, NOVEMBER
2!fTH 1381.
* M. LEAVE WASHINGTON.
T.\\i Yxplit^LINNATI- AND ST. LOUIS
S W- tw -..civ, L:n?ntt City, and Way Stations.
w, ' :,"re? "?ud Way (Piedmont,
>.r ijrjf, >\ luchueter, literstowu, and Way. via
t7 a: HAi.l 1 Mi USE EXPREaa.
8. IO--V <>f h >cl>-< and Way Station*.
8 :?*-!'Hit. A DELPHI A. NEW i OK K AND BOSTON
r \1\ .?<. r ('art to New York.
:40-> I \I NTON AND V ALLEY EXPRESS (conr*ti
:.,r l!ager>t>>wn and at Point of Rocks for
1 retteries.)
$$:(?> * 'is Sunday only, for Baltimore, Annai>olis and
\??y.
20:00? BAL'I1 MOKE EXPRESS (*tops at Hyattsville,
C -t-jn-. Bt- tsvilie, ljiurei, Annapolis Junction.
Ju-fiiiis' i*nd Hanover. >
tlO 4n ; iV isjji , ? HirAUa CINCINNATI AND
SI. Lot IS EXPRESS.
P.M.
12:10 Bi.timore, Ellicott City, Annai>o]in and Way
uu<u.->.
21:X> On Uy only for B iltlinorp and w/y.
f2:15? BALTIMORE EXPRESS.
'2.-tO :> 'lir. t\t'.;i.SS.
ta w> li.VLllvutKE, PHILADELPHIA AND NEW
'ilK LXPlih.^S.
3:30- Baltimore i-na Waj Stations. (Winchester, Fred?
>k>: and Wsiy, via Relay.)
HAi.i i.,:oKL. HVATTsVlLLE AND LAUREL
l.\i (tiMenck* via Kelaiy, stoim at Aiiuauoa>
Junction.)
t4 :40 Hi ie. Ai.ua: olix and Way station*.
T4:45~ mt "i litxis, Frtdt-rick, IlaffiTstown. Winc.:t>t..
ij. V?ay S(*t\<.?us. (On Sunday to Point of
_ 1' ? i':i i Way StiUi<>um only.)
75:4.r> I??i.'i i vioRf E.vPKEsS, (Martinsbuix and
- Si,,i"s Hjattoville and Laurel.)
:or. . it;i < t lit-cto au>i Way Stutious.
Tb:4.? I;.- Biuofpaiid Way Stations.
t7:iO HAul I doUE, H1A1 IS.ILLE AND LAUREL
t8:l? lit. ^li'URG. CLEVELAND and DETROIT
k'iihSS.
I?:?-PHIL\DELPHIA. NEW YOP.K and BOSTON
r .vl Ui.M.S. S.?4*k.iu^ Corn to New York.
t? 47 < Ml' AO(>, CINCINNATI aud ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.
10;00 BALilMORE. HYATTSVILLE and LAUREL
EXPRf- ss. Stops on sufiiai or to let off pa^iseuKers
st any station between WashlnKtofi and Annapolis
Jur.rti in.
tDai.y. .Sunday only. Other trues daily, except
BUlltl .? .
A 1 train* from Washiugton etopat Relay Station.
turther information apply at the Baltimore and
UIuo t i.-et W a>tuiiift.)n Station, fill) and 133
J>iin*., avenue. co: .n r 14th .-treet, where orders
wiu i e :jk !: i r bi irjjfajftj to be checked and received at
any point n, u:?s city.
1 QO I THE GMEAT 1 oo I
10? 1 PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE lOol
To li t:. HilcH, WKM AND SOI THV,EST.
I-' I lil.E lltACK, SiEEL KM I S
Bmswn >i tsM.T. Mauniuckni i-yi ii mknt.
NO\ t. Uiit.ti. .i-. 1>W.
.s s l.E ,? > V\ ASHIN(?1 on. tr >m Depot, corner
w,. sixth anil B Ktrcefa, as follows:
^ ,:i?f ^<1 the Weal. Cuicitro Limited Ext'
llma-i H<'lel a.id Slcej ('urn at 8 iM)
f;"- }0 M a.m. daily, with Sleeping Cars
tn , ::trn?f>urv to Ciucmuati. Si. Loui.i ai d
tui."i--'.?. OiJO p.m. daily, with Palace Cars to
nn -1 nr.
FALllV.ORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD
*lt i aUtimaijrua. liiKhect. r. Buffalo. Niayjixa, at 8:00
a. i.. . . ny except Sun.tay; 'J .tO p.;n. daily, exce,:
Stt- .inlay, with i'aiace Cars to Canandairfua
and ttutkms.
For Wilha: *p rt. Lock Haven and Elrnira, at 10:30 a.
in. d.- y. except Sunday.
ior Ne-> \ c rk and the U-t, .-:00 a.m.. 10 :tl) a.m..2 00
t'' 11,110:1a p.m. On Sunday 2:00, 10:vH) ami
10 p.m.. huuted express of Puilman Pari u- Cars.
J 'I--m. daily, except Sunday.
*or Hit k.?u, N.\, all thromrh tr-in* cf>nnect at Jer{
> with boats of r.rooklyn Annex, alfordimr
?i;r. i .ruiieier^to Fnlit 'ii .->trveC avoiain* aounie
_ across New York my.
Wf>r Fniii.. lua. 8:00 a.m.. 10 .J?a.m.,2:00,5 40.10 00
ami 1?: l.ip.m. On Sunday. 2:00. .". 40. lo OOand
11- i -p.m. Iumited E-j rons, ?::M)a.m. ilaily, ex
wjrt Sunday.
For Ba re, 6:40. ? 00. 9:30. 10 30a.m., and 2 00.
4 -V. 4 ill, a 40. 9 30. 10:00 and 10 15 p.m. On
BULIlity 8:00. 10:30 a.U.. 2:00, 5:40,9:30, 10 00
ftLd lt>:15 p.111.
*orP..|v\ ( r?ek Line. 6 40 a.m and 4:40 p.m. daily,
exit; i Suiiday.
* ^ a.m. and 4:40 p.m. daily, except
Alexandria and Fredericksburg railway,
r'W AND WASHINGTON
n v!.r?OAl>.
For Ait -iodna. 6 30, 7:20,9 20. and 11:30 a.m.. 4 20
a ty, ' 8.2() and 11 :hi p.m. On Sunday at
_ *?; V. J and 11:30 a.m.. and 9:20 p.m.
or Kit i :o?id and the South, ri: 0 and 11:10 a.m
? . and 5:00 p.m. daily, except Sunday.
c Alexandria f->r Waahinjfton, 6:00, 8:05 and
1 a.m . i;1? .i ,*>. a tio. 7 00 and :i;0:, p.
VA'.'i J ini.liiiirht. On Sunday at 8 (?5 and
10:i Oa.ui.: 7:00 and 9:J>S p.m.
Jt 1 "'I' at the offi.-e, northea r comer
Peopsyiyaniaavenue, and at Uie de,-ot.
? <"an be ieft ft .r the checking of bjufiraxe to
de?taiiiU.... from hotels and re-idence*
?tank Til!-A5yg'^gia,5g??^
MEDIC A I.. I
SkR. I r ON. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED \ND
t mo-1 r. inble LADIES' PHYSICIAN Tn th^city. S,n
ws - , ^:a.ly at 4a > Ma^sachu?<etXj? av>-niie. irom 12
> 4 an.t 6 t 8. All female Complaints and Im-.'ularitxw
uuivkiy cured. Prompt treatment. Separrt.- mom*
icr ladies. tOt-im
- MME. SEI.DEN, PROFESSORS OF VIDJ
r wi.-- over20 yeaiN su. ceMt>ful practic": t-kilfnl
xre-itrn-i't _?-.-t-<antaccouimiMtation*; ooniultati >n? wit'i
r l' 182 1^-xiuictoii avenue. near.si*t *tr?*et.
''w, V *." ' l>- ,P?tiei.ts vi-ited at any plsce in the
x nn? . states. ( orresjondence by telegraph only.
nl2-.>ni '
i^R HUoTMEltS IS THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
?#r*<l.e>, Phycnan m Wa*hin<ftou. Female Iri wru''Jfui-tionn.
and l^ucoirhipa auickiv cured.
U *treetsouthwest. oMOiteSnuthsouUn. No
cbarwe for auvice. iil5-lm'
J \R. Ri?BERTS*?N, THE MOST REI.I ABI.E AND
M.W JOC1TPM established -j*<ia!>t in thin city, with 18
I ' Tience. will jruarantee acure in all di^;>ases of
S* ynaafj < >nrans. Nervous and Sfuuual Wea iiifv?.
Rtxtiiniii I m.Ntdon*. Inip*,ter.i-y ilo*? ,.f e?*tual piweri
ge. Gonorrhoea snfl Syx-hilis [*^jtive!y cured in 3 to
lO oay*. Consultation* stiictly confidential. Can be
Cnnsul.cd Wednesday -t and Saturdays,from2 to 9 p.m.,
f?ce, 4.W? C str?*t n rthwe^t. Ref; r* to the
leadimc phj -i.-iati* of Baltimore. Main office, 19 South
Eutaw strait, Ualtimore. M.l. o31
N?i?lrlJKLNO PAY:~TO ALL AFFLICTED WITH
..I ?ome at once, and you sha'l be
ZS.'S iJi l'>: cur" mercury. DR.
BKOl HI K>. 906 B street scuthwe?t. o25-2m
(JOl.I# MEDAL AWARDED THE AUTHOR!
AMwir.it sreat Medical Work, warranted the best and
cheapest. inth*i<euw?}j:e to every man. entitled "THE
"~K*r?w? f ? LI*T- oK SEI.F-PRESKRTlfwiYv
MION. bound in finest French nuisTH
iSEI.r iin, eiulxisMed full int. UK) paves, con
_ tains l<eautiful Steel Eutrrariiiin', 125 I're cr-.pfcon*.
,n,e only SI.25. *ent by mail. Illustrated
san11 le -1x <vuta. .vnd now. Ad:lre-?s pvat^xly M.\li*
WM U" ^RKIUX. No. 1 bulhnch
street. B.^t n. apl7 ni.w.f
1)B J' ^N 'TRIPP'S BLOi)D PURIFIER is a certain
I! ? &<"ki22rtis;rs'&1K;
_>13 ?o.lly Dr JOHN TRIPP.
MA1V^',IKirI;K F,ORES1; ,IAS REMEDY FOR LA
i i n , !* ^niAlt?com;??aiut4i quickly ?;ur*d. Tan tie
Tth -^tnorthw^t. office houre
Irom 1 u; 9 o'clock p.m. Jcl0-7m*
>?r>EKS CERT A1N cr KE
J|#tor K; lnt-> 1 >i*> a*e*.?Irave! and all Urinary D:^>a*es
Kwvoq* Debutjr, Seminal Weakness. Imp niicy Gleet'
Bcrcfu'a, Syphilis and all lia-d wiJ Skin bw,
LITby VV VpB KVnvi','i\CTl ,u 48 ,u,,,rH- F.>r
SS..L:J"fSPiy^r:
by mail nud? r i>eal on receipt ?>f pruv. ,^gU
L W ILI.ARD HOTEL LOTTERY DRAWINt;
14tu FEBRUARY. 18S2.
OR MONEY REFUNDED
LoftsTiLLK, Kr., November 10, 1j?91.
*Nwr?'. That the Board of Commissioners cnuewtto
? peril i. luent of tiled rawintr of the Willa-d H tel lx.t err.
?.nt 1 the 14th day of February. IH.'m, aLd that
the'sem* consent to any further po?tp?aiement ^f
. Kopt. Mai.lout. Chairman.
k, 1 r n r r Pe*"mti?n this drawLtjir nmst an.l will lm
P*. * ^ ' y bled. of mcney distributed bark to
JLzrtir ^utHx,r" he,or*,ixtr th?
th^'pa^^ ^ ant,c* oi ^ wUJ ' ? V
LIST OF PRIZES
Tl^wrLjrd Hotel, with ^i lu Fixture, and
*omiiiir?.....?i> ooii
One Kevuience on Green s.reet l Vismi
One Ke-i-M-t;ce on Greea street ji'L,
Tm Osi'b Pnses. each i5,(*s?. .. lit"is..
TwoC^h Prizes. ?ach S, J''- ^
Rv? Cath P.iies, each 11.000.... 'iwbi
veOssh Prires, each jiw.... o'<um!
FiftyCaidi Prices, each f!oo .'jjjij
One Hundr.Hl Ctsh Prizes, each $50 Si32!
Five Hundred Cash Pnzes. each $20 1? nisi
Ons Set cf Bar Furmtuw^ .. . V*
One Ein^ Piano * r/MI
One Handsome Silver Tea Set wJJ
400 Boxe* Old Bourbon Whisky f36 la IJE
10 Basket* Champagne. f35... .._.
Five Hundroit Cash iTizes. each $;o c noo
400 Bc xes line Winer *M) . * & |25
?S *25'" 5* >,*Tt8C*J Oounji ^Ttisky. $30 6\ 000
400 Bnxex Havana Citrars. $10 a m>
Fl^ Hn.-dreil Cash Prizes, each $10 5 000
AMOUNTING TO $369,850.
I Wha> Tickets, J?: Halves. $4. Quarters, $2.
Itemittance may be made by Hank Check. Express
Postal Mnney (Trier, or nsh*tered maiL
lteeporiibie agents wanted at all i>oiiits. For clrcnma.
tfinif full Information and for tickets, address
W. C. D. WHIPS,
WiDartl Hotel, I?uisviUe, Ky.
W. W GOULD. A*enu
M ^ 1422 Peniia. arm,,
aft-e<ikU?hl4 Wsshantton. D. cC
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES.
i mitation stained gi.ass!
a Thistrrand and tieantiful invention fills a vacancy
long felt in the ornamentation of common windows,
x-la**. sc.. and produces all the unique effects of the
real lead sash-lines and colored glass in richly stained
'lass windows. For descriptive price list, call or send
I ot?tal. New designs Just received. Directions for
appljrlnr iriven to every customer. Airency. 939 L street
n.w. Refer by permission to rhurchof the Incarnation
d8-lm* J. G. t'l'LVKKW ELL. Ajrt. for U. C.
I W. KENNEDY A CO.,
fJ '
(Established 1800.)
Dealers in
! bah iron, steel, tin. plate,
ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS, COACH SUPPLIES,
BUILDER'S HARDWARE.
606 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
AND 607 B STREET.
N. B.? Storeclosed at6 p.m. o3
JJAINTS, OILS. WINDOW AND PLATE GLASS.
JOHNSTONE'S KALSOMINE and MASURVS LIQUID
PAINTS, ready for une. (Send for circulars.)
Estimates furnished to Builders. A full stock of ARTISTS'
SUPPLIES always on hand.
GEORGE RTNEAL, Jb..
m30 418 7th Street Nobthwest.
L MARTIN A CO.'S PULP MORTAR
BLACK,
For Bricklayer's Use,
Where Black Joints are Required.
Best in the worid. Oniy black that never fades.
J. H. JOHNSON A CO., AGKNTS,
ap'27 12th street Wharf and 1202 F street northwest.
IIOU8EFX KNISH INGS~
JDOGEBS A BROS. PLATED WAR&
TABLE CUTLERY, T>est makes.
DECORATED DINNER. TEA and TOILET SETS
(Jerruan Students' and other LAMPS.
CARPET SWEEPERS, STEP LADDERS.
DOOR-MATS. TIN and WOODEN WARE.
And full line of KITCHEN UTENSILS at low prices.
Novelties in JAPANESE and CHINA WARE for Holiday
Presents.
GEO. WATTS,
n.TO-lm 314 7th street. 5 doors above Pa. ave.
^TEW GOODS.
DECORATED DINNER SETS,
DECORATED TOILET SETS,
JAPANESE PORCELAINS,
and
DECORATIONS
At Extkkmelt Low Pricks.
Ail kinds of COOKING UTENSILS and KITCHEN
FURNISHINGS of the best class.
WILMARTH A EDM0NST0N,
nl'J U)9 Market Space.
JF YOU WANT A HEATING OR COOKING
STOVE.
Do not fail to call and examine our large assortment of
both. A (rents for the
RADIANT HOME HEATING STOVES AND
FURNACES,
The best of their kind made in the country. Also,
LATROBES, SLATE MANTELS, GRATES AND
BRICK 8ET RANGES,
Please call and examine our stock.
W. S. JENK9 A CO..
ol2 717 Seventh Stkkkt Northwest.
J) INNER SETS.
TEA SETS,
DESSERT AND TOILET SETS,
IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH CHINA.
OF OUR DIRECT IMPORTATION,
AT LOW PRICES.
n5 J. W. BOTELER A SON,
QERMAN STUDENT LAMP, !
I
NICKEL PLATED.
LARGEST SIZE.
WITH NEW IMPROVEMENT.
ONLY 14.50.
J. W. SCIIAFER,
1020 7TH STREET,
n4 Above Nirw Yoke Avenue.
STEAMERS, &c.
; ctf.amkr "Mattano"
i ^ ' Leave* Tth-street wharf at 7 o'clock a. m. for
, POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS as follows - On Tues;
day lor Nomini; on Thursdavs lor Brick House Lr.ndii.tf
, Macfcodock Creek; and Vattox Creek; on Sundays
for M at ta woman and Mattox Creeks; returningon
alternate days touching it intermediate given landing
ft'iiur and returning; also stops at Mattawoinan Creek
Mondays and Fridays up.
n7 O. T. JONES, Agent.
iyoTICE.
FOR POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS. ,
j Oi: and after NOVEMBER 3i?, 1881. the steamer
ARROW SMITH will leave her whurf, foot of 7 th street,
at 7 ?. in. every MONDAY. THURSDAY and SATUR- i
DAY for all river landuur*. On MONDAY as far as 1
Nomini Ferry. On THURSDAY, Noniini and Curriomau.
On SATURDAY. Currioman and Leonardtown.
JOHN R. WOOD, AKent.
130R NORFOLK. PORTSMOUTH, FORTRESS <
1 MONROE, PINEY POINT AND ]
POINT LOOKOUT,
CONNECTING WITH THE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE
STEAMERS IN NORFOLK. i
Steamer EXCELSIOR on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS
wi'l HAT L KUA VS at 5 p.m. (
| FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENTS. BEGINNING
OCTOBER 1st.
! Fir-t-c'as* fare to Norfolk and Fort Monroe $2 50 '
S i ojid class to Fortran Monroe and Norfolk. 1.50
First-cla** fare to Piney Point and Point Lookout.. 1 50
Second-class to Piney Point and Point Lookout.... 75
Tickets and ftateroonis for sate and information furnished
at B. .W. Reed's Sons. 1216 F street northwest;
: B. A O. Ticket ofhee, 1351 Pennsylvania avenue northwest,
St. Man-Hotel; Roose's Cigar Stands, at princijnU
ll >teis; H B. Polkinbom, next to (Sty Post Of- '
lice; and at Comi>auy's lmice. 7th street wharf.
GEORGE MATTINGLY. General Supt.
WM. P. WELCH. Agent. 624
X^OliFOLK AND NEW YORK STEAMERS.
ll i
STEAMER LADY OF THE LAKE
wi'l leave her-wharf, f.N.t of 6th street,every MONDAY,
i WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 5 o'clock p.m., touch;
in* at Piney Point. Point I/<x>kout and Fortress Monroo.
; Excflrsiou tickets will lie issued as follows:
FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENTS, COMMENCING
OCTOBER 1.
First-c'.ufcs Fare to Fortress Monroe and Norfolk. ..$2.50
Set-jiuil-class Fare to Fortress Mor.r'?e and Norfolk.$1.50
Fiivt-elass Fare to Piney Point and Point Lookout.. 1.50
Second-class Fare to Piney Point and Poiut Lookout. 75
Returning, leave Norfolk, TUESDAYS. THURSDAY
S snd SATURDAYS, at four o'clock p.m.
Tickets and staterooms can be secured at general
othre, 613 15th street; in the National Metroj>o!itau 1
Bank Building, or at the office, 6tli street wharf.
THE NEW YORK STEAMERS
JOHN GIBSON and E. C. KNIGHT leave Pier 41, East
: River. New York, every SATURDAY, at four o'clock p.
m.. and (ieocvetown every FRIDAY, at 7 a.m. For
particulars apply to agent, 63 Water street. Georgetown.
ALFRED WOOD, Secretary,
o22 13 15th street, opposite U. S. Treasury.
^UJNARD LINE.
NOTICE!
LANE ROUTE.
THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY LIMITED.
BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL.
CALLING AT CORK HARBOR.
FROM E'ER 4". N. R.. NEW YORK
Parthia V?ea., 7 Dec. Galiia Wed.. 4 Jan.
Ser.'a Wed.. 14 1>*. | Cataiouim Wed.. 11 Jan.
S<-\ (hia Vred., -J1 Dec. ' Servia Wed.. 18 Jan.
Bothnia Wed.. 28 Dec. I Parthia Wed., '25 Jan.
AND KVEJIY WEDNESDAY FROM >EY* IORK.
bates or passage.
160, $S0 and $100, according to accommodations,
j i'lcke s to Pans, 915 additional.
Return tickets on favorabie terms.
Swaim-rs marked * do not carry steerage.
Sti-erage at very low rates. Storage tickets from Liver;
ool and Oueenstown and all other parts of Euro]>e at
I lowest rates.
, Throuirh bills of laaen given for Belfast, Glasgow.
Havre, Antwerp a d other portson the Continent and
for Mediterranean torts.
F'oi freight, and imssage apply at the Company's offlot.
No. t B<>w.ii.g Orven. or lK*th ste>*raire and cabin to
OTIS BIvjELOW & CO., 605 7th i-treet. Washington.
D. C.
VERNON H. BROWN k CO., New York;
Or to Messrs. OTIS BIGELOW A CO..
Jai'l- 605 7th street, Waahiugton.
j VoRTil GERMAN LLOYD?
j STKAatHir I.n?v between New Yore. Hatbb
i-osuiK, Southampton and Bremen.
, 7,r. vt,1"" r? of company will sail EVERY SATI
Breii^i Pier, fo.it of 3<istr.*t. Uobokoa.
Kaussof >. - Juf.) ?l-roiii New York to Havre, Loudon,
anu B?Ln?-n. first calrtn. $100. secon<\
fcabin, tw jfU<-ra*re, $:?J; prepaid steerage ceroncates,
3- or passage apply to OFXRICHS \ CO.! (
ilcw.n>g Ore?iii Sew York; W. G. METZEROTT i '
mTCDU* UOrth^
^TEff YORK ROTTERDAM!
The first-daca Steamers of this Un.
I "AMSTERDAM, " Rl>TTERDAM,M *
"SCHIEDAM.* "W. A. SCHOI.TEN."
"P. CALAND," and "MAIS."
Carrying the U. 8. Mails to the Netherlauils, leave Wat|
son Stores. Brooklyn, regularly, on WEDNESDAY.
first (Tallin, $60-^70. 2d Cafnn, $50. Htcerave. $26
j H. CAZAUX, lieueral Agent, 27 South U tl>iaiii street!
Ntw York. For passage apply to W. G. METZEUOTT
k. CO., ?U5 Pennsylvania avenue, Washmtrtou,, or F.
H. JoHNS4.>N, Agent. National Safe Deposit Building.
corner Xe-jf Vork avenue and 15th atroet northwvX. ial7
c
411 BnabeU Cm?hedCofce 3#.
O 25 Bushels Crushed Coka. (3.25.
40 Bwheia Ordinary Coke
K 25 Bushels Ordinary Coka. $2.00.
For aala at office at the Washington (Ha
K tight Company, or atG. W. CROPLEY'S
Drug Store, Weal Washington. nl3
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FAMILY SUPPLIES.
?1_ranulated sugar,"IOct ~
BEST A SUGAR, 10c.
cut loaf (Old Style) sugar. 11a
powdered sugar, lie.
light brown sugar, 8, 9c.
finest minnesota flour. $2.50, 44 lbs.
WITMER'S,
fine groceries,
_ 1918 pennsylvania avenue.
ON DECK WITH
thanksgiving supplies.
New Learborn Citron genuine.
Now Zantee Currants large.
New Valencia Raisin* fine.
Loose Muscatel Raisins new.
Table Raisins clusters.
New Lansruedoc Almond* bright.
Genuine Princess Paper Shell Almonds.
Lsrye Ent-li?<h Walnuts new.
Extra Larve Ivcans newi
Cream Nut* and Filberts new.
r ine Oranirm sweet.
Choice Malaga (irat-es W?r lot.
Fresh Broken Candy several obis.
Fresh French Creams 700 lbs.
Fresh Chocolate Creama just in.
Fancy Red Applet* limited supply.
Half ton Big Fat Figs delicious.
Pineapple, in canB whole.
Pineapple, in cans sliced.
Bartlett Pears, in cans selected.
Red Cherries, in cans pitted.
White Cherries, in cans very rare.
Gajres and Plums, in cans choice.
Extra choice Preserve* in glass all kinds.
Ponipeian Jars filled with Choice Preserves; new,
ornantent&l and rare.
elphonzo youngs, gboceb,
604 9th Stbeet, between E and f streets,
n22 Opposite "Critic" office.
CARD FROM WM. M. GALT A CO.
First premium for the best barrel of floor made from
sprinir wheat this day awarded to entry No. 28. in section
28, class 25, department 26, to Wiu. M. Gait ft Co.
Witness our hands, at the National Fair Grounds, of
the District of Columbia, this 14th day of October, 1881.
J. M. WHARTON,
W. P. NEWCOMER,
JOHN D. NEWMANN,
Experts on Flour.
Attest: JAS. 8. EDWARDS, Marshal.
P. S.?The above-mentioned flour is CERES, the celebrated
Minnesota Patent Process Flour, which was
awarded the First Premium against all other comjietitorB
at the National Fair in 1879 and 1880 (gold medal), and
now again in 1881. The competition in flour wascertail
ly a very lively one this year, and the premium wan
well contested for, but it was simply an impossibility to
beat CERES, and the premium Just awarded is only adding
another triumph to the magnificent success this so
celebrated Flour has trained in this community.
We would respectfully mention the fact that Mrs. 8.F.
Anderson received the first premium for the handsomest
rolls and biscuits on exhibition, and they were made of
CERES FLOUR, which is only another proof that it
stands A No. 1 among the beat Minnesota Patent Flours
known to the trade.
For sale by all first-class grocers.
W. M. GALT A CO.
Corner 1st Stbekt and Indiana Avenue.
Who are also the sole Wholesale Agents for the District
of Hecker's celebrated Self-raising Flour and
Buckwheat. n22
JJOSTON MARKET.
philadelphia chickens and turkie8,
choice beef.
game,
fresh fish and
norfolk oysters
received daily.
Porter-house Steaks 20o. per lb.
Be*tSurloin " 18
Roast Beef from 12* to 18
Choice H. Q. Lamb 15 "
" F. Q. ' 12X "
" Mutton from 8 to 15 "
LEON SCHELL A CO.,
nl8 Proprietors.
Q ARLSBAD WAFERS,
RUSSIAN CAVIAR, CLAM CHOWDER, BRUNSWICK
SOUPS, CRESCENT OLIVES, CAFE
DES GOURMETS, GOLD LION PUNCH.
CALIFORNIA HONEY, CALIFORNIA
WINE JELLY. CALIFORNIA CANned
FRUITS, ALKETHREPT A,
SARDINES SANS ARETES,
SARDINES A LA TOMATS.
Roquefort, NeufchateL English Dairy, Edam and Pineapple
CHEESE. English PLUM PUDDING, DUNDEE
MARMALADES and JAMS.
GEO. E. KENNEDY A SON,
nl4 1209 F STREET NORTHWEST.
QLD STAG PURE RYE WHISKEY
is unequalled for smoothness, flavor and purity, and for
the sideboard and sickroom is unrivalled.
HUME, CLEARY A CO.,
_J?8 807 Market Sface.
R,CH AND FRUITY,
NEW YORK SWEET CIDER.
Also, Delicious; in color, pale amber,
crab apple cider,
Superior as a beverage to the Juice of any other apple.
For sale by HUME, CLEARY A Co.,
807 MARKET SPACE.
That splendid Minnesota family
flour, favorably known an the
SOVEREIGN.
fields, in perfection, white, sweet and wholesome
bread.
HUME, CLEARY & CO.,
_ n8 ^ 807 Market Space.
JoHN R. KELLY.
Dealer in First-Class
BEEF. LAMB. VEAL^M^CTTON^&c. corned beef
Stalls 628 629 and 680 Center Market, 9th street wing,
ind 206 and 2(W Northern Liberty Market; or Address
Box 71, City Poet Office.
Marketing delivered free of charge to all parts of the
aty. mar24
pALACE MARKET,
Corner 14th street and N?w York atexuk,
frank j. tibbets, Proprietor.
All kinds of MEAT8, FRUIT. VEGETABLES. BUTTER,
EGGS, etc. Everything the beet. a30
BOOTS AND SHOES.
'pHE GREAT CLOSING SALE
still continues at
SINSHEIMER A BRO.'S,
808 SEVENTH STREET, BETWEEN H AND I.
We will offer from Friday the following additional
great bargains:
Ladies' Goat Button Shoes at 95c.. worth $1.50
tallies' Kid Button Shoes at$1.15, worth$1.75
Ladies' Kid Button, worked holes, at $1.45, worth $2.25
Ladies' Pebble Button, worked holes, at $1.45, worth $2.00
An elegant lino of Boys' English Walking Bals., at
the low price of 95c
About 40 pair# Boys' Gaiters, sizes 2 to 5 at $1.00,
which are cheap at $1.50.
Al>out 75 pairs Men's beautiful Toilet Slippers, the
choice at $1.20
Men's Buckle Arctics, all mzes ...1.40
We still continue to tell Cousin's Cur Kid Button at
$2.69, and Cousin's French Kid at $3.75, in fact everything
we have at ACTUAL COST, as we close business
by January 1st next.
If you wish to save money call at cnce, as our stock is
still complete. This is an opj<ortunity seldom offered.
L?.uk for Name and Number.
SINSHEIMER A BRO.,
808 SEVEN rn STREET, BETWEEN H AND I.
nlO
JJURT'S SHOES FOR GENTLEMEN
ARE THE FINEST MANUFACTURED.
Burt's Hand Made. Cloth Top, narrow toes.
BUTTON is the CORRECT style.
Burt's Haii!i-i<??-ed Cloth Top, Loudon Toe.
CONGRESS GAITER IS VERY NICE.
Burt's French Calf Hand-made ButtonGaiter is elegant.
Burt's Perfect Fitting Shoes.
Ladies' Hand Sewed French Kid Boote.
Ladit-s' French Kid Slu*a<, $3.50 to 47.
Ladies' Kid or Goat Button, $2 to $6.
Our Paris Boot for Ladies is the prettiest n the United
States.
Misses' and Children's Shoes, good and cheap.
Children's Spring Heels at low nrieee.
The above goods can only tie had at
GEO. MCCARTHY'S.
d22 605 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
THE TRADES.
LTCETT'S BINDERY, 1012 PENNSYLVANIA AvT
Plain and Fancy Bindings of every description done
at reasonable rates. Blank Books a specialty. Best of
references. Orders by mail promptly attended to. n26
Gibson brothers,
PRACTICAL BOOK ANDJOB PRINTER8,
1012 Pennsylvania avenue, Washington, D. C.
Fine Printing a specialty. janl9
w. H. WHKATLEY'S ? j
STEAM DYEING
AND WF.T AND DRY
scouring establishment.
Will call for and deliver work anywhere in the District,
u|<iiiTece:i-t of addrem by mail or otherwise.
Goods receivedand returned Ly mail and express from
and to all parte of the country.
No. 1068 (OLD 49) JEFFERSON STREET,
_?i? Near Brumik. Georgetown. D. C.
TfcEGKKB BROS.' PIANOS; BURDETT ORGANS.
MJW' the beat now niAde. . n a?.
- *?.?. *uhn, Rrffl
n22-2m 407 10(8 street, near the Avemfe. If*
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AUCTION SALES.
THIS AFTERNOON.
rjlHOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A~8TONE QUARRY LOTON,
ROCK CREEK. OPPOSITE THE P 8TREET RAILROAD
STABLES.
Br virtue of a deed of trnrt, dated May 14th, A.Cfl
D. 1879. recorded in Liber 910, folio 387, ana itwr
the written request of the party secured, the sub- A
scribers will sell, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY,
SEVENTH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1881, at FOUR
O'CLOCK P.M., to the highestbidder, lot numbered 5,
in square 35, according to the public plat of the City of
Washington. The lot froute on Rock Creek and contain*
a large quantity of stone.
The terms are: One-half cash (of which $25 must be
paid at the time of skle. and the residue in six and
twelve months, with six per cent interest from tn? day
of sale, to be secured by a deed of trust an the property
sold; or all cash, at the rurohaser's option.
ANTHONY ?YDR, ) TVnrf?
dl-dts CHARLES M. MATTHEWS,) Trustees.
iy THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED UNTIL
MONDAY. DECEMBER TWELFTH, same hour and
place, by order of Trustees. dS-dts
THIS EYENINU.
rjlHOMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer.
CATALOGUE SALE OF THREE PRIVATE LIBRARIES.
AMONG WHICH ARE MANY SCARCE
AND VALUABLE BOOKS; AL.SO. SOME CHOICE
ILLUSTRATED WORKS, COPIES OF APPLETON'S
AND CHAMBERS' CYCLOPEDIAS, ETC.,
ETC.
To be sold at my auction rooms, southwest corner
Pennsylvania avenue ?nrt Eleventh street. MONDAY
EVENING, DECEMBER TWELFTH, and followiuK
Evenings, commencing each evening at SEVEN-ANDA-HALF
CLOCK.
Terms cash.
The Books are now arranged in my New Book Salesroom,
whore ladies and gentlemen can be seated and
examine them at their leisure.
d5-d THOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
J^OLEY, Auctioneer.
I will sell, at public auction, the entire stock of a Picture
and Art Gallery, consisting of line Oil Pa in tinea of
the latest designs and from the most prominent artists;
a la rye line of fin? Steal Koicravinvre, haiidHOiitely
framed; a large lot of Cronios; six very tine French
plate Mirrors with marble bases, very costly; and also
some eight-day Clocks of a sut>erior quality, with an
assortment of other Clock*. There is also a quantity of
small Pictures and am all Looking-glasses, too numerous
tc mention.
This is a rare chance for dealers and private parties in
want of the above-mentioned goods, as every article
must be Bold without reserve. Sale to take place at
store. No. 905 7th street, northwest, commencing MONDAY
EVENING, DECEMBER TWELFTH, at SEVEN
P. M., and will continue every evening until the stock
is disposed of.
dt>-6t FOLEY, Auctioneer.
TO-IMORKOW.
r|THOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
GRAND SALE BY AUCTION.
POSITIVELY WITHOUT RESERVE,
OP A SUPERB AND HIGHLY ARTISTIC COLLECTION
OF ORIGINAL WATER COLOR
FAINTING8
BY THE M08T DISTINGUISHED MASTERS OF
ENGLISH. FRENCH. SPANISH AND ITALIAN
SCHOOLS. COMPRISING 200 SPECIMENS.
Displaying every variety of subject, jwrtrayed in such
a maimer as to court tha severest scrutiny of the most
critical connoisseur, and to wliich we invite the particular
attention of all lovers of true art, as it is pronounced
to tie the handsomest and most artistic collection of Pictures
ever offered in this city.
THE SALE TO TAKE PLACE AT THE ART
SALESROOM SOUTHEAST CORNER OF II AND
FIFTEENTH STREETS, OPPOSITE WORMLEY'S,
ON TUESDAY. DECEMBER THIRTEENTH, AT
EIGHT O'CLOCK P. M.. AND FOLLOWING AFTERNOON
AND EVENING AT THREE AND
EIGHT O'CLOCK.
PAINTINGS ON EXHIBITION MONDAY AND
TUESDAY ALL DAY.
dl0-3t THOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
rjlHOMAS DOWLING, Aflcuoneer.
FINE GOLD PENS, WRITING MATERIAL. FANCY
INKSTANDS, DRAWING PENCILS. CHESS
MEN, STATIONARY, TOGETHER WITH MANY
OTHER USEFUL AND FANCY ARTICLES.
MANY OF THEM WELL SUITED FOR CHRISTMAS
PRESENTS.
All of which will be sold without regard to cost, at my
salesroom, on TUESDAY MORNING at HAH-PAST
TEN. and AFTERNOON at THREE O'CLOCK. Goods
on exhibition day before sale.
<H0-d THOMAS DOWLING. Anct.
LADIES' GOODS.
M LLE. TEUTLOW, j
(Of Boeton.)
Will Exhibit
LADIES' FRENCH DRESSES
And
CHILDRENS' COSTUMES.
At the
EBBITT HOUSE,
d9-8t FROM DECEMBER 14 TO DECEMBER 21.
MRS. C. V. SMITH, NO. C18 NINTH STREET
northwest, has on hand a full stock of WINTER
MILLINERY and FANCY GOODS. OLD LADIES'
CAPS a specialty, , di
^yiNTEIi OPENING.
MRS. J. P. PALMER,
IMPORTER OF
FRENCH MILLINERY GOODS,
1107 F STREET. BETWEEN 11th AND 12th.
First Regular Winter Opening of
FRENCH BONNETS AND. ENGLISH HATS
Will take place
THURSDAY NEXT. DECEMBER 8TH.
N. B, ?No Cards. dl
Y'ERMILYA'S LADIES' ^00T&
BARGAINS! BARGAINS !!
I have a large Ftock of LADIES' WINTER BOOTS
that I will sell at GREAT BARGAINS. Many of them
have been MADE TO ORDER, and all are FIRSTCLASS
in every respect.
JAS. H. VERMILYA.
610 Ninth Btreet,
n29-lm Opposite U. S. Patent Office.
MME. VON BRANDIS.
MODISTE,
913 Pennsylvaniaave.,over Demnsey's Stationery 8tor6
formerly with Lord & Taylor, New York, and Win!
Barr & Co., St. Louis.
Evening Dresses; Bridal Trousseaus, a specialty;
Cloak*. Dolmans and Suits; all made at the shortest
notice; i>erfect work, superior fitting; satisfaction
guaranteed. n26-6in
J^ADIES' CLOAKS, DOLMANS,
PALETOTS. JACKETS AND 8UIT8.
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES CLOAKS.
The largest and best assortment in the city.
FUR TRIMMINGS in different widths.
M. WILLI AN,
7 Cite Trevise, Paris.
o29 907 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
MME. WASHINGTON,
FASHIONABLE
DRESSMAKING AND TRIMMING STORE.
. 1211 PENSYLVANIA AVE.,
Dresses. Suits, Cost nines. Cloaks, &c., made in superior
style at short notice. Ladies can have Dresses cut
and basted, and a perfect fit guaranteed. ap8
GENTLEMEN'S GOODS.
W SHIRTS. SHIRTS? SHIRTS.
E WANT TO REMIND YOU THAT WE SELL
better Shirts for the money asked than any other establishment
in America. Not that we doubt your knowledge
of the fact, but for fear that you miirht not think
of it Just at the right time, we insert this little reminder
that MEGINNISS sold the "Mystery*' Shirt for 75c.
when every one else asked $1.50 for the same quality,
an<i it is the name quality all the time. The wood * 'Mystery"
Shirt that you bought of us 1, 2. 3, 4. 5, 6, 7 or 8
years a?ro for 76 cents can be duplicated both in quality
and price to-day.
The 4 'Mystery" Shirt is aa jrood as any Shirt in Washington,
and the price, unfinished, is only 75 cente, at
MEGINNISS', 1002 F street northwest.
THOMPSON'S SHIRT FACTORY^
No. 816 F STREET NORTHWEST.
Opposite Patent Office.
FINE DRESS SHIRTS TO ORDER A SPECIALTY.
A Fit Guaranteed.
Just received a large line of Gents Furnishings, consisting
of Neckwear, Glovea and Scarfpina. Largest
lino of Underwear in the city. Wo have always on
a full line of ready-made Shirts.
nl2 JAMES THOMPSON. Manager.
CUNNINGHAM. THE WELL-KNOWN, REliable
HATTER, is prepared to do all kinds of work
in nis line. New SILK HATS njgde to order, and old
ones rem< "deled. Remember the number?740 8th street
nqrthwest. _7 mar24
g B. ?LLERY, ~
SUCCESSOR TO
DUBREUIL BROTHERS.
MANUFACTURERS OF FINE DRESS SHIRT8
GENTS' FURNISHINGS. """""
1112 F Street Northwest, ' Wasuimotok. D.O.
8ix of the Finest Drees Shirts to nrd??- $12.00.
Six Extra Fine Shirts; to order
Six Fine Shirts to order Jj.lZ 7.60
?iar24
ALTIIAM WATCHES/',
We confidently recommend theWATCHES manufac
tared by the American Watch OKY Waltham. Mass., as
the best time-keepers that oan bep^taiced for the prloe.
A large assortment of all grades. In Gold and Silver
Cases, of the newest patterns, always in stock.
M. W. GALT, BRO. k CO.,
HOT PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
CECOND-H AND CLOTHING BOUGHT, AND THE
street, near Pennsylvania avenue. marSt
AUCTION SALES.
Duncessos buos.. kuctionem. .
9th and L> streets northwest
REGULAR TUESDAY SALE OF PIANOS, HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE AND GOODS. CARPETS.
8TOTES, DECORATED TEA AND TOILET
SETS, SHOWCASES. TABLE CUTLERY, fcc.
A LWI, , .
VERY LARGE TOY HOUtte; VERY COMPLETE
Ah FAIR.
At auction. in front of and within our *a'.e?rooins,
TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER THIRTEENTH.
at TEN A.m. It
J^UNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers
FAMILY CARRI AGE, IN EXCELLENT OHDFR. AND
NEW TOP EXPRESS WAGoN. AT AUCTION.
At our Karroo-am TUESDAY. THIRTEENTH
DECEMBER, at TWELVE M. It
DUNCAN SON BROS., Auctioneers.
9th and 1) stiveta northwest.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF A LARGE AND WELL 8F.
LECTED STCK'K OF STAPLE GROCERI > S, kr?
REMOVED TO OUR 8TORF, AND WILL BE
SOLD AT AUCTION ON THURSDAY MoHNING,
DECEMBER FIFTEENTH, COMMENCING
at Yen o'clock. in the siock will be
FOUND BBTX. B. BERRY BRANDY. WHISKIES.
WINES. Ac., BBI.S. SUGAR. FLO IK.
SYRUPS, fcc., CHESTS AND CANISTERS AS
SORTED TEAS. SOAPS, FISH. VINEGAR. COFFEES,
HOMINY. SALT, CHEESE. BUCKWHEAT,
CANNED GOODS, CIliA .S ANI> TOBACCO,
SPICES. STARCH, SHELF G< ?OI)S (AI L
KINDS). WOOD AND WILLOW W ARE. COAL
HODS. LARGE COFFEE MILL, SPICE M1LU
PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES AND
WEIGHTS. BUCKETS. TUBS, BROOMS. FRUIT
JARS, WAGON AND HARNESS. Ac.
Together with an assorted stock of Miscellaneous
Good*. The trade invited. dl2-3t
J T. COLDWELL, Real Estate Auctioneer.
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY
ON E STREET. BE iWEKN SIXTH AND
SEVENTH STREETS NORTHWEST. BEING
HOUSE AND PREMISES No. 615.
By virtue of a deed of trust, bearing date on the JKi
27th day of June, A.D. 1872, and n o >rdcd in iJMrjK
686. folio 278, Ac., of the lund record* for the District
of Columbia, made to Wm. H. Ward, hi* heirs ana
assigns, with lKiwer of sale and conveyance by the salt!
Wm. H. Ward, or his h?irs, in case of default in the
payment of the certain promissory note by tlie e?id fleet!
secured, the undersigned, cole hcirs-at-law of the Haul
Wm. H. Ward, now deceased, at the request of the holder
of said promissory note, and in default of i?avment
thereof, will offer for sale at public ai.ction, in frj?>t of
the premises, on WEDNESDAY, the TWENTY-FIRS I
DAY OF DECEMBER. A.D. 1881, at FOUR O'CLOCK
P. M.,the eastrrn half of Lot numbered five (5). ill square
numbered four hundred and fifty-six (456. ) in the city
of Washington, D.C., with the Improvements therein.
which conpist of a three-story and back building Brick
House and Stable.
Terms of pale: One-third cash: the balance in one
and two years, with interest from day of sale, the deferred
payments to 1* secured t>y tho notes of the purchaser
and deed of trust upon the property. $200 to l>e
paid down when the proi*rtv is strue.k off. All eonI
veyancing at the cost of purchaser. Terms to l:e complied
with in seven days, otherwise the undersigned reserve
the riurht to re-sell the prop erty at the risk and
cost of the defaulting purchaser.
WM. A. WARD.
MARY WARD JOYCE, Sole Heirs at Law
ROBT. H. WARD. of
ANNA WARD, Wm. H. Ward,
J. A. WARD. deceased.
FRANK m. WARD.
d!2
~yyTALTER B. WILLIAMS It CO.. Auctioneer?.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF DOLLS. JAPANESE GOODS.
&o., FOR THE HOLIDAYS, AT AUCTION.
On WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER FOURTEENTH.
1881, COMMENCING AT TEN O'CLOCK A.M.. we
shall sell, within our salesroom, a large collection of
Holiday goods, in lota to suit the trade and private
buyers, viz: . .
1,700 pm. Engraved, White and Gilt. Medalion. and
Parian Vases, W'ax Dolls, Japanese Work and H dkf
Boxes, Japanese Vases, Glove Boxes, Paper Weights,
InkStands, Fancy Goods. &c., suitable for Chrismas
presents.
Also, _ .
200 ni*. of Gents' and Ladw' Kid Gloves of the very
be?t make, so'd in pairs to stiit.
dl0-3t WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO . Aucts.
Ruction sale of forfeited pledges
BY
JAMES GUILD ft SON. AUCTIONEERS.
I will tell for H. K. Fulton, at 1218 Pennsylvania avenue
northwest, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY,Dh.CEMBi;ii
FIFTEENTH and SIXTKENTH, a lunre and valuable
cclltction of Forfeited Pledges. consisting ot Gold
and Silver Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, fcc. Pen-.ons
holding tickets, the time on which having expired, will
please take notice. H. K. FULTON, Broker.
JAMES GUILD & SON, Auctioneers.
N.B.?Said sale will lm continued on MONDAY, DECEMBER
NINETEENTH, at the same hours, ana con*
tiuue until all tho lots are sold. dl0-8t*
fJlHOMAS E. WAGGAMAN, Real Estate Auctioneer.
VALUABLE UNIMPROVED PROPERTY. FRONTING
ON L STREET NORTHWEST. BETWEEN
TWENTIETH AND TWENTY-FIRST STREETS.
On WEDNESDAY. DECSMB E R FOUR-flXft
TEENTH. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., I shall of-'WS?
fer f ir sale, in front of the premises, Lots 19. 20. A
21 and 22. in suuare 76.
Terms day of sale.
d9-dfcds T. E. WAGGAMAN. Auct.
FpHOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer. ~
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
AND UNIMPROVED PROPERTY IN THE
COUNTY. NEAR THE CITY LIMITS.
By virtue of a deed of trui-t. dated May 15th.
1878, duly recorded in Liner 884, folio 2'iO, of thegj-jj
land records of the District of Columbia, we will
sell at public auction, in front of the premises, on
WEDNESDAY. THE TWENTY-FIRST DAY OF
DECEMBER. A.D. 1881, COMMENCING AT TWO
O'CLOCK P.M., a part of the tract called "Pleasant
Plains," lying in the county of Washington. D. C.. the
property of the late John A. Punier, subdivided by us
ui.:<er a decree of the Supreme Court, of said District,
in Equity cause No 7.878, into lots numbered from oue
(1) to thirty-six (36) inclusive, accordiug to our recorded
subdivision. Twelve of these lots frout on tiie
7th street road, eight on Mt. Pleasant street, three are
on the line of the road to Rock creek church, aud the
remainder front a forty foot road or street laid down on
said subdivision. The lots on the 7th street road have a
front of 30 feet. 48 feet and 50 feet by a depth of 200
feet or thereabout. The lots on the 40 foot road or
street have a front of 50 feet by a depth of 180 feet or
thereabout, except lot 10, which frouts 35 feet on said
road or street ana 195 feet or thereabout on the road to
Rock creek church, and lot 19, which frouta 118 feet on
said road or street, and 206 feet or thereabout on said
road to Rock creek church. There is a commodious
frame dwelling upon lot 5, which lot hasafroutof 150feet
on Mt. Pleasant street by a depth of 200 feet; the other
lots on Mt. Pleasant street have a similar depth, with a
front of 50 feet, except lot 9, which fronts 145 feet on
said street and 216 feet or thereabout on the road tP
Rock creek church. The lots on the 7th street front win
be first offered, then the lots on said 40 foot road or
street, then the unimproved lots on Mt Pleasant street,
and lastly the dwelling house lot. P.ats of the subdivision
may be seen uj>on application to the auctioneer
ox* the trui toon.
Terms of sale: One-third cash: balance in three equal
instalments, at six, twelve and eighteen months, with
interest from day of sale, payable semi-annually,
secured by deed of trust: or all cash at purchaser's option.
Deposit of $50 on each lot when sold will be required.
except for iot 5, on which a deposit of $250 will
be required. All conveyancing and recording at purchaser's
cost If the terms of sale are not fully complied
with in any case in five days from day of sale, the
trustees reserve the light to resell the lot or lots Bold at
the risk and cost cf the defaidtinir purchaser or purch-iscrs
upon live days advertisement in the * 'Evening
Star." CHARLES WALTER,} Trustees
CA8PER WINDUS. i
d9-dts corner 14th and D streets northwest.
rjlHOS. E. WAGGAMAN. Real Estate Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF FRAME HOUSE No. 939. ON
"I" STREET NORTHWEST. AND LOT ON
WHICH IT STANDS.
By virtue of a deed of trust dated the 2d day
January. 1877. and recorded in Liber No. 838, foliojggg
446, one of the land records of the District of Columbia,
the undersigned Trustees will sell, at public
auction, in front of the premises, on THURSDAY, the
FIFTEENTH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1881. at FOUR
O'CLOCK P.M., all that part of lota "F" and "G." in
Gunnel and others subdivision of lots in square three
hundred and seventy-three (373). in the city of Washington,
in said District, contained within the following
metes and bounds: Beginning for the same at a point
ou the south line of said lots twelve feet ten inches from
the east line of said lot "F," and running thence west
fifteen feet (15 ft.): thence north fiftv-tive feet (55 ft.);
thence easterly fifteen feet three inches (15 ft. 3 in.),
and thence south fifty-eight feet six inches (58 ft. 6 in.)
to the place of beginning, with the buildings thereon.
Terms of sale: One-third of purchase monev to be
paid in cash: residue in two equal installments, for
which purchaser is to give uotea. payable in one aud two
years, tiearing interest from day of aale. and secured,
to satisfaction of Trustees, on property sold, or all cash,
at option of purchaser. If term* of aale are not complied
with in seven days the Trustees reserve the rurht
to resell at risk aud cost of defaulting purchaser. $100
deiHMdt required when bid accepted.
at AliLiLiliX ' Ti'iiiiton
WM. K. EDMONSTON.)
Office, 420 5th street northwest.
THOS. E. WAGGAMAN. Auctioneer. d7-dta
TRU8TEE'S SALE OF HOUSES AND LOTS ON F
STREET. BETWEEN ELEVENTH AND
TWELFTH STREETS NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the^JA
District of Columbia, passed in the suit of JohuB-ji
Webster vs. Mary Webster et al., No. 7363, Equity"
Docket No. 20, I will offer for sale, at public auction, in
front of the premises, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER
SEVENTEENTH. 1881. at FOUR O'CLOCK P. M.,
tlte west half of lot numbered two (2). in square num-i
Lered nine hundred and eighty-three (983). fronting
thirty-two (32) feet on F street northeast, in the city of i
Washington, aud running I Tick with that width to the
rear hue of said lot, the same being improved by two ,
two-story frame dwelling houses, known as No*. 1114
and 1116 F street northeast.
Tho proj>erty will be sold in bulk or as two separate
lotH, each with a house thereon, to suit purchaser*.
Terms of sale prescribed by said decree: Oue-third
of the purchase money to be paid in cash, and the balance
in two equal instalments, payable with interest at
one aud two years respectively From day of sale. lor
which the notes of the purchaser, secured by deed or
trust upon the premises sold, shall be given- A deiwsit
of $50 on each piece of property sold will be required
when the aame is bid offT All taxes, heua and assessments
upon the premises due to the day of sale mil be
paid out of the proceeds of sale. Property to be conveyed
upon ratification of sate by the Allconveyoucing
at purchaser's cost. If terms of sale be not
coi'ii lied with in seven davs from day of sa<e. Trustee
reserv?? the rikrbt to rn*11 the t^t^tne riKk and
cot i of defaulting purchaser upon u\e da>fc piiblic notkw
of such resale in some newspaper published in
Washington, A rLLJOT, Trustee,
408 5th street northwest.
DUNCANSON BROS.. Auctioneers. dT-eod
VEW YORK,
lackawanna
AND _
western
railway company.
FIRST MORTGAGE
SIX PER CENT
BONDS OF 1921.
intfre8t payable semi-annually, upon
thefirst daysof january and july.
The road forms with the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western Railroad a direct throusrh hue from ,
j*ew york to buffalo.
The Mortgage is a first lien ni?on the equipment as
well m upon the Read. For sate by
l. j. fc c. h. smith, Stock Brokers,
ds-lm u Wall Street. New York.
>R SALF^A^SUPKRB HALLET DAVIS A OOr
Grand Upright Piano, of most elegant d*-??5!9fa
*c4tilSiJrtE^nffiS^???^?iar^ ITTTn
"dB-lw
17elt and gratel roofing.
JT Roofing Material. Chartxwl. Carpal lining Mt
^S6- VaLKER'S. Mi 10th street northwest.
TIIE EVENING STAR.
.HOXDAV Dorriulxr Ij, ISM,
SEJIA TORN AM) ?iH'KIAi;>TATIVl>
i.> Tin-: cm.
Their riacm ?f Rrkidcncr Here*
SKNATOKH.
AlrtrL-h, N. W., Kli'xlf Inland, Arllm^on HoteL
Anthony, H. B.. It. I., IKOr H st
Allien W. B.. Iowa, 1124 Vermont avenue.
Ki.itr. H \V.. N. II., 205 East C ip lol -L
B iyanl, T. F., IVl.iware, lil^ M issaehusctts are.
Bnnvn, J. R, Georgia, M< tr>v ?iit .n HoteL
Butler, M. C., Sv t'.. Ml I3ti? st. n. w.
C ill. \V., Florid i. 1123 101 'i st. n.w.
C iiuonm, Annus ^ isconstn, 5 B st. ti.w.
C rn-ri u, ,1. !>., Penn., 16th st and It I. ave
Coke, kit uarl, TVxas, '> ?> t.tli si. n.w.
CocLrill. K M.. Missouri, 930 15th st.
Cong?-r, o. I>, Michigan, 1321 M st n.w.
Camden, J. W. V*., Arlington.
Dtvts H. <}., West Vs.. Arlingt au HoteL
P.tvls D.. Ill iiots National HoteL
Dawes H. |? Mass., Womley's.
Edgerton. A. J., Mlnne-ott, National Hotel.
K UnundsG. F., Vermont. Mil Mass. ave. u.vr.
Frye, \\ m. P., Maine, 9?2 14th st.
Fair, J. G. .Neva da. H ^ House.
Farley, J. I\, CiL, Portland Flats.
Ferry, T. W., Mich., Nat ional HoteL
G rman, A. P., Mcl., 823 tub st. n.w.
g rianci. A. II, Ark. 519 21 st n. w.
Wrov r, L. F., Oregon, National li>t?L
Hale, Eugene, Maine, iroi H st. n.w.
H I!, B. H., Georgia. VIS 17th st n.w.
Hill, N. 1'., Colorado, 15(17 K st.
Harns J. <i-, Tenn., Metropolitan nof?
Harrison, B., Ind., H2T> Vermont ave,
Hawley, J. it, Conn.. XU C st n. w.
Ho?r, G. F., Mass, 1325 K st. n. w.
I:>galls, J. J., Kansas, 11 unllt m House.
Jones, C. W., Florida, 1705 <i st
Johnston, J. W.,Virg!ni>, m*> i3tl? st n.vr.
Jackson, H. K., Tenn , lOlfi Vt. ave.
Jonas, B. F., La., Portland Fiats.
Jones, j. p., Nevada, N. J. ave. and B st s. e.
Kellc?gg, W. I'., Lould m i. Will tri's Hold.
Lapham, E. <?.. New York, Arlington lloteL
Logan, J. A., Illinois. 81:212th >t n.w.
Mahone, Wm., Vir^lnl i, Portland Flats.
MeDill, ,f. \v? Iowa, Ebbitt llou.-e.
Miller, John F., Calborul >, 1218 Connecticut ave.
: Mill r, Warner, N. V., Arlington Hotel.
Morgan, J. T.. Alabama. 401 <i st. n.w.
Morrill, J. s., Vermont s.w.?or. nth & M sta. n.w.
M ixey, S. B., Texas, 413 4t,h st
I Mitchell, J. I., Pennsylv .nta, 613 13th st n. w.
McPherson, J. R., N. J.. 22 Lafayette square.
Pug'a, J. L., Alabama, 2C'7 East Cap tol <t
Pendleton, G. It, Ohio. Wormlej's HoteL
Piatt O. H., Conn., 1625 Mass. ave.
Plumb, P. B., Kansas l'J06 K st
R insoin, M. W., North Carolina, Metropolitan.
Rollins, E. H., Hamilton House.
Slater, J. It, Oregon, 910 F st n.w.
Sherman, John, Ohio. 1319 K st n.w.
Sanlsbury, E., DeL. Ebbitt House.
Saunders, A., Neb., Risers House.
S;.wyer, P., Wk, lh29 I st
Sewell, W. J., N. J., WUlard's HoteL
Teller, H. M., OoL, 1011 M st
V tnee. Z. B., North Carolina. 1(527 M.v<?. ave.
Ve<t <5- G-. Missouri, 80f; East Capitol st n.w.
Voorhees, I). W., Ind., 2f?0l Pennsylvania ave.
Wiadom, W., Minn.. 1116 Vennont ave.
0FKIC8RS OP TUB SRNATE.
R. J. Brljrht, sergr'ant-at-arms, 2ai East Capt tol st
H. E. P?'yton, executive clerk. Metropolitan UoteL
F. E. SholM>r, c.hler cl rk, Wl II st n.w.
Isaac Bassett, assistant do?^rkeeper, 18 2d st n.e.
W. P. McMichael. postmaster. Metropolitan UoteL J
rkprrskntati v KS.
Aiken, D. W., South Carolina, Metropolitan HoteL
Alnslee, Geo.. Idaho Ter., Metn?polltnn HoteL
Aldrlch, Wm., Illinois Metropolitan HoteL
Alien, Tlios, Missouri, Arlington HoteL
Anderson, John A., Kansas, 905 13th st
Armflold, R. F., North Carolina, National HoteL
Atkins, J. 1). C., Tennessee, Metropolitan HoteL
Atherton, Gibson, Ohio, 20 Grant Place.
Barbour, J. S., Virginia. 144 B st n.e.
Barr, S. F., Pennsylvania, St James Hotel.
B >yne, T. M., Pennsylvania, WlllardN HoteL
I B? ach, L., New York, Arllngtm HoteL
; Beltord, J. B., Colorado, Ebbitt House.
! Belmont Perry. New York, Willard's Hotel.
B"ltzhf>over, F. E, Pennsylvania, Willard's Hotel.
Bt'rr.v, C. P., California, ?5?? F st n.w.
Bingham, H. It, Pennsylvania, 1721 R. I. ave. n.w.
Blr.ck, G. R.. Georgia, M*^trop:il!tan Hotel.
B1 lekburn. J. C. S., Kentucky, 917 >jeW York are. |
Bl inchard, N. C., Louisiana,
Bland, It P., Missouri, Metri^polltan HoteL
Bliss. A. M., New Y ork,
Blount, J. H., Georgia, Metropolitan HoteL
Bawiaan, s. z.. Massachusetts Hamilton House.
Bragg, E. S., Wls.'onsln, Ebbitt. House.
Brewer, J. Hjrt, New Jersey, Willarrt's Hot*L
Briggs J. F., New Hsmps^tre. National HoteL
Browne, T. M., Indiana, 1115 1 st n.w.
Brmmn, C. N., Pennsylvania. Metropolitan Hotel.
Brents, Thos. It, Washington Ter'y. 933 K st n.w. !
Burrows J. H., Missouri, 1814 16th st n.w.
Burrows J. CM Michigan, 809 12th st n.w.
Buchanan, It, Georgia. MetrojK>l:t .n HoteL
Bm-k, J. R.. Connecticut, Arllngtou IIot?L
Butterworth, B<-nj., ohlo. 1108 F st n.w.
Buckner, A. II., Mlssour, Metropolitan HoteL
: Cabell, G. C., Virginia, 61711th st n.w.
j Carpeater, C C., Iowa, 808 12th st
I Caldwell, J. W., Kentucky, 715 9th st
i Calkins, W. II., Indiana, 17 Grant Place.
' Camp, J. H., New York, YYIllards HoteL
1 Cannon, J. G., Illinois National HoteL
j Campb'U, J. M., Pennsylvania, Willard's HoteL
I Cannon, G. Q., I tali Ter'y, Rlggs House.
j Candler, J. W., Massachusetts, Worniley^s HoteL
I Carlisle, J. G.. Kentucky, Rlggs House.
Cassi IV, ?. w., Nevada, Willard s HoteL
Caswell, L. B., Wi?'onsln,612 14th st n. w.
t'halniers, J. R., Mississippi, Biggs House.
Chace, Jonathan, Rhode Island. Arlington HoteL
Chapm >n, A. G., Maryland, Metmpolitau HoteL
Clardy, M. L., Missouri,Wlllard's not *1.
Clements, J. C., Georgia, Metropolitan HoteL
( lark, J. B., jr., Mihs0uri,willard's HoteL
Converse, G. 1^., Oriio, Arlington IIoteL
; Colerick, W. G., Indiana, National HoteL
j Cobb, T. R., Indiana, 1342 New York ave.
Cook, Phillip, Georgia, Rlggs House.
Cornell, Thos., New York, Arlington HoteL
Cox, S. S., New Y'ork, Rjggs House.
Cox, W. R., North Carolina, Rlggs House.
Covington, G. W., Maryland,
Crowley, Richard, New Y'ork, Arlington not.el.
Crapo, W. W., Massachusetts, Wormley's HoteL
Cravens, J. E., Arkansas 407 G st
Culberson, D. B., Texas, Metropolitan HoteL
Cullen, W., Illinois, 1121 I st
Curtin, A. G., Pennsylvaultv, 1408 H st
Cutts M. E., Iowa.
Darrall, C. B., Louisiana, 508 13th st n.w.
Davidson, It II. M., Florida, National HoteL
Davis Geo. R., Illinois 1304 F st n.w.
Davis Lowndes H., Missouri,
Dawes, R. it, Ohio, 11 Grant Place.
De Motte, M. L.. Indiana, 7 Grant, Place. ,
Deust'T, Peter V., Wist'onsln, 1219 F st
Derring, N. C., Iowa, Hamilton House.
l)e/.end' rf, J. F., Virginia, Congressional HoteL
Dibrell, G. G., Tennesiiee, Metropolitiu HoteL
Dowd, C., North Carolina, Metropolitan HoteL
Dibble, Sam'l, South Carolina, Metropolitan HoteL
Dingley, N., Jr., Maine, 924 14th st n.w.
Dugro, P. Henry, New York, WMarl's.
Dunn, Poindcxter, Arkansas National HoteL
Dunnell, M. 1L, Minnesota, National HoteL
Dwlglit J. W., New York, Arlington HoteL
Ellis. John E., Louisiana, 1012 13th st. n.w.
Ermentrout, I)., Pennsylvania, Ebbitt House.
Errett. Russell, Pennsylvania, 2stt 1st st n.e.
Evins J. H., South Carolina, Metropolitan HoteL
Farwell, S. S., Iowa, 1L30 O st n.w.
Farwell, C. B.. Illinois, Arlington HoteL
Finley, J. J., Florida, 710 11th st n.w.
Fisher, H. G., Pennsylvania, 1415 G st
Flower, R. P., New York, Willard's HoteL
Forney, W. H., Alabama, 1116 G st
Ford, Nicholas, Missouri, 1118 9th st
Frost, Robert G., Missouri, Willard's HoteL
Fulkerson, A., Virginia, Metropolitan HoteL
Garrison, G. T., Virginia, 610 14th st n.w.
Geddes Geo. \Y., Ohio,
George, M. C., Oregon, ?>12 13tli st
Gibson, R. L., Louisiana, 1723 Rhode Island av.
Godshalk, W., Pennsylvania, 1322 G st
Grout, W. W., Vermont Riggs House.
Gunter, T. M., Arkansas, Mades' HoteL
Guenther, It, Wisconsin, Ebbitt House. <
Harmer, A C.. Pennsylvania, 1310 F st 1
Harris, II. S., New Jersev,Willard's HoteL I
Harris B. W., Massat husetts 1329 (i st
Hardenburgh, A. A, New Jersey, Willard's HoteL 1
Hatch, W. It, Missouri, Willard's HoteL ,
Hall, J. G., New Hatupshtre, 213 East Capitol st :
Hardy, John, New York, Arlington HoteL
Haskell, D. C., Kansas 1311 H st n.w.
Hawk, R. M. A., Illinois 828 12th st n.w.
Hazeltine, L S., Missouri, 201 C st n.e. 1
Ha/.leton, G. C., Wlscoosui, Congressional HoteL <
Hammond, N. J., Georgia, Metropolitan HoteL ?
Hammond, J., New York, 1529 I st n.w. 1
Hellman, W., Indiana, Portland Fiats. ,
Henderson. T. J.. 11L, 211 North Capitol street
Hepburn, W. P.. Iowa, 912 I st
Herbert, H. A., Alabama, Metropolitan HoteL
Herndon, Thos. II., Alabama, Metropolitan HoteL a
Hewitt A. S., New York, 1528 I st n.w. 1
Hewitt, G. W., Alabama, Metropolitan Hotel a
Hlscock, Frank, New Y'ork, Arlington HoteL <
Hill, John, New Jersey, 510 I st
Horr R. G., Michigan. 817 12th st n.w.
Hoge, J. Blair, West Virginia, National HoteL
Iiouck, L. C., Tennessee, )? 6th st n. w.
Hobllt/ell, F. S., Maryland, 1
Holman, W. S., Indiana, Metropolitan HoteL 1
House, J. F., lennessee, Ebbitt House.
Hooker, C. E., MlsslsslppL Wormley's HoteL J
Hubbeil, J. A, Michigan, 4 Iowa Circle.
IIuLbs O., North Carolina, Tremont House. "
Humphrey, H. L., Wisconsin, 8 Grant Place. j
Hutcliins Waldo, New York,Willard's Hotel, %
Jacobs, F., Jr., New York, 810 12th st n.w.
Jadwln, C. C., Pennsylvania, Willard's HoteL 1
Jorgensen, J.. Virginia, 1105 F st n.w.
Joyce, cTh., Vermont 606 13th st n.w. 1
Jones, Pblnees. New Jersey, Kbbltt House. ]
Jones G. W., Texas 919 G st *
Jones J- K., Arkansas 142211th st n.w.
Kasson, J. A, Iowa, 1512 H st
K el ter, J. W., Ohio, Ebbitt House. J
Kelly, W. D., Pennsylvania, 1225 F st n.w^ 5
Ksnna, J. E., West Vuvinla. National HoteL a
KeUham, J. H., New York, 1328 K st
King, J. Floyd, Louisiana, Arlington HoteL
Klotz, Robert Pennsylvania, 1 B st n.w. '
Knott J- P., Kentucky. Metropolitan HoteL
Lacy, E. s., Michigan. National HoteL
Udd, G. W., Maine, National HoteL
Latham, L. C.. North Carolina, McUopoIitan HoteL ~
Le Fevre, Ben]., Ohio, Willard's Hotel ?
Leedom. J. P., ohlo,Willard's HoteL
Lewis J- H.. Illinois, 11211 st n.w.
LUidsey, S. D., Maine, 81018th st n.w. ;
Lord, H. W., Michigan, National IIoteL
Luna, T., New Mexico TVr*y, National HoteL
Maglnnls, Martin, Montana Ter.. Arlington HoteL
Manning, Van IL, Mississippi, SXBat ae.
Msrsh, B. F., ILlnols Natnnal HoteL m
Martin, E. L., Delaware,Willard's HoteL
Mason, Joseph New York, 1331G st ?.w.
Matson, c. CL. Lidlana, 108 C st n.r.
MtClure, A.Ohio, corner ?m and sta-tn. cor.) 1
MeCosk, A <jL, Xasr Y'ork, Artlag8oe HomL <
McCold, Muteo M.. Iowa. 118K 18th st n.w. ?
mcken*>p, j. a., k- nfiii'lct. \* it tonal hotel.
mfktaley, wat, ir.. oil.. f'.btt llou-.-.
v1 v'ff' 2stt1 m,' * ,r^1'<v" i sl n.w.
mimiliin. benton. l.-on ?* . 1< .* ? house.
< af' m " *?n ? ? l
v j\. %. "iin vlv 1,1 ??-? < est ii w.
mill . k. t^, 1? \ 111a t. -4.
u !!2'n-' {!' *' ? '. V i"p>! l n lloi -l
' t* .? k.i in - r, aivn;, in ||?' |
v v,' ,m "*a, ! " " - u run- \ v u t l
m 'f. jr. h. l.o i.l .l it i;. u?>.
morr s w. e-. i ;i -s, \\ ill rt- 11..
>1 i; .-n, s u.. | . .;m ... d w
muito*, ii. vi, arl tvt n hnirl
*u.c i, tl.oin}?m>n ii.. v i 1741 i ;ti, *t,
vm^ryvt\f*'v 1 11 -lit?. will* rls h t-l
\.;! ?r V * V"v v n' ' >m'1 1011 " ? 1*
n? . ?!. ii. s.. . i,
noIhii, \. m . n w v, rk, \rllri-t ?i ii >t^l
nor. rovs a., m , lt, ? ^ m
o n. ri^'h " m-1*11"' m "'"i"'1 ' '? "<* *
orth r wii ^'i "v"v > ,al > yotk arr
ortn, tr<*tlotre?.. in-l.au?, 75. v , m n w
i?ur?,>'<f j1'a "a>' *m nii. t' i.
i* kS h k o ~r""v ,n,u1 rl
i'lrt.'-j * v" v: i '*4 v~ ""'ni ^
!?' m I'i V * *, rv- ;s* v' n.w.
im? . 1 r-tnu. m m ll. - 'i.
!,: 7 " i: *? liuno ngst mi, st_n *
j, f?'- r' k!,j lu r ' "?-kv.vvul.ird s hotel
wile, st nt 11.1.. indian ,',ls k j s ho" l
!?' m tj ' 1 ,^<1i tl ' ,m ,;r ,1?' ?.
it tt..rinr, a. h, i :i?i 4,ih *.t ^
k:vxis<- ,;^-. ioi-> lm.
j1 tt'tc^w, h. f.. li.-k ( . | . r'v, l.ts: k sl
r ('''i >r,"s n w v.irk. 1 u;r 1 >t.
k 7 vm' vn v.'iui"k; l"r y-n 'n;"41
k ii..i ill, s. l'. nti.>> .xani l% ,a) t- st s (>
i<'i"\.>-vx' a;.m i?vs ?!>< > ?<n ari.n 1 .ii hotel.
k >>,<>.,.% w ii luiji.tnr \ i *.| ma-st. luih-ui, in.
j, ,vl? ' mail!.-, i:u;;? h. us.-,
.ii't* ll- oh,??,s,;1 y '
j. .i..r.l><.i) j. s.. s u , ( rolin 1, 915 t. st n.w.
ht-h. .folui i., vi iitf in, *>t i*ih m.
j.. u:lr.lmvi |). ,... n,-u v.rk, .1.4,1 ,,.w.
i? vi- ii' mj>so,m< ??"*' i'- nn \vlvjnu i?.'. raj*
t ; 1 . v.-m ^ ?ts. i:ki 1. st. u.w.
k1u me. j. m., Oh\i\ \, ,\ ^ ork ave.
!-??r m'11* <;vmvn' w ' r^y-m: k -sju'ti^hm'
n ? lu|s| ,dl'' amnion hot^?l
k n.iixiii,?.. i)., y .,snii |,,m ,{ j|,.usi.
k?'was?n, w k, n w nupk. 1351 on-.*iav
k'-bin-min. j. h.. ohio wir k m
k? s v l? s, nf*j^ \.\m l.ir.rs ||,?t..i
{ill* ti,l'7c vv." *s-' . *c k ,1. hvo. n.w.
kusjv ii, u. a.. mitss., -ji 1 new .j,ts, y hvt> k?
i k lis is. uw l.iui st. n.w.
*t.v' w m ' n ,rth m. ircimiiun hotel
scliult./, k.. ohio, kiiimit ir>usf?.
xv-nnsylv.iuia, tolo mb su
w.tiviiie, ,|., n?-*r \nra,
sherwio, j c? niinoi>, ui.% ! nt. n.w.
s jantoa j a., poutito ivan *. hamilton lloiisa
svi!sl-nrl i uu,vm!-' h"??l
. .i( ki horl, 4. v\., n. v.. n. tl. nnl llotel.
siinout-tn, c h., 'l?-ntiess?y?, 41; u.ti st.
s^tuik-r, c k., n. w york, 8?irant plr.oe,
wnjrl -t-?n. j. illinois, 219 k^st capitol st.
,t" mlsaissippi, i:?7 k st. n.%>.
si t ' u t,-,, ,}"svlv 4,11 ^u '"ara s hotol
smith, i). c., illinois. 1.?7 ! ' st.
kuitli, j. hyntt, n>w \ ork.,
sp.iidiu^. o. l., m l. 111kmn, national ii. >uh.
sparks. a. j.. illiuols. ei?mu house.
hp'-cr, knjorj. tieorvrl?. national llou*l
sirnil1^ JV l l lil(1- arlington not*
m., illinois, national llotvl
su^li ,0. u., imllma, 1kb i st.
stephens, a. h? or.ma, national hotel
ssne m" i" :ldna? metropolitan hotel
stone, k. k., m'<hsa<*husetts, i:?i i. st
wlnn'"s", l1 nation ll hotel
RIW,? Z c"MHr> ,a"?*457 c st- 'i-w.
taj l??r. k. b.,olil<\ w10 iwh st.
1 nomas, .lohn k., ulimrts, 15(c h stt
jompson, p. b., jr., kentucky, 7:17 9th st. *
ti., iowa, silo nortji capitol a ^
'i*" '4sou,h <'-irollna, 410 mil st.
lowav-nil, amos, ohio, arlin>rton h->t- l
townsaend k. \> illlnols, 2i;i 4u st.
tu^kit, j. k.. virginia, ?
tur^r, <?s.'ar, kentu- ky, iwi k st.
s ri ij-?-,lieor-l 1, m<-tr*poliun hotel
iwitivr i1*; v*r,""m- **< pher.son llouaa.
upde^r irr.j. t., oi.lo, 1218 k st.
lpdi-fjtrtir, thoi, iowa, i:bh 1 st. n.w.
i, xus' metropolitan hoiel
v ? j. marvl ind, u.bi; su
v atenane, k. k., n.-lirask 1, national hotnl
van a? riiatn, h. 11., new york, wluard'a hotel
van?-e, k. b., north carolina, 414 6tli st.
van horn, k. t? mo., n. w jers. y ave. a.e.
vorhis, john van, n. w york, arlington hot?l
ttilfi j0? w-' npw y,,rk' arl"^f hot^l
\i- i. . ' onnectli-ut, hamilton ll- i.se.
u ^r |t rv^k-j?ivalila, 15x1 1 su
w ard. v\m? pennsylvania, i ?j0 fst.
w arn, r, hii hartl tenne.-se. st. cnaries.lliit-l
ma.shbiirm- w. ?., minnesota, 17:11 i >l
wawin. 1.. p, peunsyl\.,nia. i;ijrkr> house.
welborn, olln, texas, metropolitan ilotel
^ebo-r, t,. u? miehljfan, natamal h<.t<-l
? ! ' nf'w yorl" ^illaws hotel.
se 2?t. kbbltt house.
u f! ' !>., kentucky, ti04 i2rh st n.w.
w m.'n' uf1. yir-"lla' national h ?t<-l
mrii its. edwin. michigan, 50 b su n.e.
su! ? ' vv's ons-n. 1? <?rant plaee.
^ 111 s, a. s., kentucky, blo 14th m.
willlajus, thos., alabama, 456 c st. n.w
wise, ?. 1)., virginia, metropolitan hot<4.
w'x'j mj,rp;tn r-' pennsylvanl?. irjn mass. ara.
wooil, bcniainin, n.w york. 11h4 1 st. n.w
vvi,u'r;v' s"w york- 1 st. n.w.
i ouiijj, thon. l., ohio, 1112 <{ st. n.w.
? ?
mmj <.onld*a hallimorc and imrinnatl
koad.
maeino the 8urtey8?what is claimed kor til
k9ad.
Coire?j>ondencie of Thk evr.xnra Stab.
clakka\ii.le, llowikit co., md.,
i>ee. 12, lflhl.
thrw rorps of eu?ln*'ers hare flnlshed surveying
in t-iils (howard) and m on tannery counties lor
the mast practicable route for the baltimore clnclnnat.
and western railroad company 'this
road received its charter two yeiun i^n aa
fast as the surveyors finish, deeds are taken for
wide), and it sp -aks well for the
''vi! i.?,^;u?^u"tjr ulat claim nodatna^es.
the r<?ute to be taken through this (howard
count j) is nearly the stme that was surveyed br
he b ut,more and ohio s?ven years since to <ialth?tsl
ur?; on the m?-tropoiitan bran-h, and has
since ihh-n abandoneff by the b. a o. the road 4
c,m,o';'u",tvt ?urtl8 crwk' ,u ann" aninded
county, at deep wuter, cross?-s the b. a p. at iiarmoa
station, the b. k o. at jessup's cut., and then
fo'i . . a rtqe ktaniu* country tosimpaonville
mid ami tot i? maryland mica min<*s,whi<-h are
^ towers, of your city, who
will soon i-omm?-nce the munufai-ture of a mica
lubricator out of the waste, and a patent for the
same has just be**n awarded. the road continues
on to clarksville, a distance of lour miles from the
above vlllufe, and runs through a beautiful couutiy,
where the finest limemone is in abundance*
thence to lea's mill (where it crosses the patuxent
into montgomery county), brookvllie, bowie.
davlses mill, i nity, and then west to the metro- .
poll tan branch of the b. a o. ?t t>ermantown, ??yi
nius within a half mile of poolesviiie, thence to
the headwaters of the monocacy, to spuix perry.
jtcrosmesuie p.uhuaclnua1^lrvlnla. 'ihlsroaii
will be built by the new jersey construction company
, who are pushing the engltieer corps so they
can commence at once. the road runs through the
coal fields of virginia, and is one numired and firty
miles nearer cincinnati than by the b. a o. the
father of this pr^t short route to the we*t is mr.
jay gould. the engineers lu chary of this end
ar? col. hayden, fonnerly of the b. a o., and mr.
chun, of st. mary's county, of course this road
will take in washington on its route east.
Limestone Value.
mark1eo.
jackson hoi.uuook. on the hve4iii>k nf wedbtt'jul.
deooiuljer ith, lssi, it th? modetiw of mr k
ja?'ks(7n z ^ ^ v8- frank h.
ln>>- n. v.. and Mim maky a. holbhouk,
of uihliiiikthd, d. c.
dim,
crefoy. at 1 o'clock a.m., d^orrun* 12th. 1w1.
mnth ??f m ? ? chtkcy.
mother of c. e. aad e. w. oreocy. apod ?it> -wv?
fr4ti.
u^ao'jt'ui*4 ch*1*1' 0ak hul. tw-morrow, (tu?wlay.?
jones. at philadelphia, pa., deoomber 12th. 1881
mrs. hannah febii>kb jones, atrr-d fuht)-curli'l
>< *rr, the molhe.r of i'onnuodoi* jnhu feiiurer u k
navy, aa<i colon*! gemve l. kobigmr. l'. b. arua' both
boh ou duty in thin city.
j?y. Om sunday, decfiuiher 11th, 1881, at 11 o'clock
*.in.. ufu-r a huireriiitr uluewi. which hbe iw with
l'hnitiiaji fortitude sauah b.. belovtyl uit?-of thomaa
loy. and daiitrbn-r of the ut?* john etoli. rv.-n, of wui
ttlver. md.p airnd fifty-thraa ytia>?.
huneml will take ??lat* on l unday, dnoetubm- 13th.
18s1, innu her late remdeuoe. hum mad. count/.
interment in kock creek church (^oietery fneilda
aud relatives invited.
lancaster. on saturday. december 10th. 188l
kt?:15 o'clock. mary e. lancaster, widow of tha
ate e. f. lancadter. in the thirtieth year of her ara.
kfter a ion* and painful llhieaa, winch hhe l>ore with
jhnstian trrace.
my flehh khali alum iter in tha ground
till the last truini-rtv jo\-ful aoiind
then i hi rat the chain with sweet aurpnae
and in my saviour'* iinaire rine.
mineral will take place on u ndneaday. december 14th.
if. ?o clock t'.ni., froiii her brotlier'a roaidenm (i.
1*. chnatuau a. 1146 fifteenth street north waatt^jt*
roacii. on the morninirof december 11th. 1mh1
rolin roach, in the sixty-auth yea^crfhlii a?e?. *
funeral from hia late maidencc. no. ?1? o street
nuthesst, 1 ueaday. the 1.1th luataut. at i o'clock p. m.
?ervn*? at st. feter*a tlburch at 2 30 o'clock p. tn.
telauvoa and fneuda are respectfully invited to x
bliu. ?
lftrm^i llthl.lmi- mt " w P.m.,
if ai iiia.s ^ al^ha aired hrcatv-nevfu > <?n.
_funeral will uke place from hi* late reaideooa. ml
^'.j1 j 1 "^fort' ?n tueaday afteruoon. december
tltua ? ??^ p-m- frianda at the family invited la
7^ no pay.-whitehurkp8 cedajk
warrnlted to con ooujrha.
;roup, 1 lirc?t and luii* Uimrmmtm,
toy. try it. if not katified^iuni the
nd get your money back. hold by
w. 8. thommox, 708 hthauml.
ind all dnnrglste. price 25 cente. til^e
UNDERTAKERS
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