THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MORNING. MEMBER 12. 1874.
Containing Cards or First-Class Etab.
llsbuiciltsi In nil Branches or liasl.
ness In tho District.
t-s. J. A.Bakir, jas, 2s,ay.a.ave,,bct.Sth10tisls.
Henry It. 8,-arle, T10E st. , opp. P. O. Pept.
Chas. T. I 'as Is A Oo . 11571I1 st., opp. Pat. OHce.
TV. M. l'cm 't iter, Vernon How.
"George z. a . ,r., lis Louisiana avenue.
Boht. J. M i -rav, S19 is street northwest.
O. D. B : '17 41a street.
J. B. Vo r , M9th s'., opp. Post Office.
4Jeo. W In er, corner Seventh and K streets.
J, T. K. Ji-i... 708 E street; J. 1"., KotaryJt Com.
6. S. Kru. S K cor. Pa. ave. and 13th sts.
BANKS AND RAXHERS.;
J, H. Su ur Co., Bankers, No. 1416 Pa. ave.,
PaySp rcent on all-Depoata. far of Army
Officer- c-tsiu-dlu advance.
Rlggs 4 o , Executive ave., cor. 15th st.
F, Fred. 1 -b- her. 616 5ta sir eel. bet. F ana U.
A.T.W1 ... sirawh'taudb'tbleacher.KIPa.av.
Solomon, At iapmns' Metropolitan Bookstore.911
Pa. aic . int. 9th indkthsti. Constantly on
hand th niett an I most fashionable styleaof
plain u ' fano stationi-n. Card plates "at
Com . ' and wedmng Invitations engraved In
the h.gh. st style of th art. All the new publication-
ri-celvcd as sojn a issued.
"Wsrren Olman o , tlrst-class Book and
Stationer Store, 911 lvnna.aenue,cor. 10th st.
D. A. Bi -uHii. ( atMiUiJi U st.. bet. 9th A 10th.
-" BOOT AND SHOE STORES.
f S.U. Ft. on S07 9th st., n. w. Mates to order.
BOtVMXtJ S VLOOXS.
Ohas. G t .' .fl, 12t t st., bet. 12th and 13th.
Kationa I ri - Works, US, SIS "and ST) 13th St. a.
w ; T . -. So-iurvllle, manufacturer or all ar
tlrle i ul in the Plumbing and lias and Steam
Fin i l siness; a complete stock of Plumb
ers' S pi 1 i s, Ac constantly on hand.
BUTTER, EGGS. CHEESE, Ac.
Q, IV t :: 1 rer, s. w. cor rth and D streets,
General t oinnus-ion Merchant.
Win. w a i r, so E .trnu near 10th.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
H S. I ' t, n w cor. 9th st. and N. V. are.,
CariH n.ran.1 Bu ldir and General Contractor.
CAKSTTINGS, OILCLOTHS, Ac.
Win. s l i . II i .... fill l"a. av. (Market cpace,)
Im.ioi .u.l Dcale-s in carpets and house fur-
nisi p - ai c'i s.
C. O. I i i" House, 904 7th St., bet. land K.
cLARItl E FACTORIES.
Kobi 1' i r. am 410. 412. 414Mb street n. w.
John M . . i o t 4 Bros.. 310 fa. at., near 3d st.
Wa 11: i n i Co., J Pa. ave.. Merchant
Xai or in lot'dig for men and boys.
t'OAI. T IB .M ITS PRODUCTS.
Pas A I r li-'lilirs of loalTar andllefln-
cts ii..' Tjtr iro-'.n'j. Oflice 1301 Penna.
ave i Kit. UL1CA.X Building.
!.31i rson Co , 'o. 5M Ninth street.
X ,U. i.n 23 Pa. av., bet. id and Sd sts. east.
i r A j .i , One Price; WIS A 1KB 7tU St. a. vr.
AS FI JkTUKES. fcr.
Alex K - pi crd i Co , iw Pa. av., bet. 9th and
li th - f ( onstnnllv on hand a very lare
stw i. . rrtliinc apperialnln to the I'lumb
lnit a. ' oas I llllcx Uusiness: Trade Supplies,
Ttilf.jr nd retail: Chandeliers, Heading
1. .b 1 rickets and late Mantels, In Urge aa
eorui ' .i ndof thenewetpatteni6;also,(iand
eomt MRlall'handellers and Clocks. All use
ful no t les received a soon asout.
HARDWARE AT."I CUTLERY.
J V,. KMimdy 4Co.,6LIPa. av.,bel. 6thand7tk.
3. F. 1). iu K st.. bet. oth and 10th, ant 1SH D St.
Hor- si ju aciorJln to natural shape of foot.
Worm et - lintel, corner H and 15th sts.
INSl RAM'E OFFICES.
German m Fire ins Co. F tt., few doors cast of
IN.S1 itmEST JIAUERS.
C Fist'.' i , Sura: Instruments Trusses, 623 7th st,
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
E, (. Uv. r, Justice of the Peace and Convey
ance! itctbst. N. V.
LADIES' DRESS TRIjrtllNOS.
Lowe s. - . Martct space and920Penua avenue.
Sterns 1'. r-. 4-s ra. ave., near 4" street, rhoto-
LitbOfe rjipiiy a sptcially.
M ERY SI ABIES.
Seres AC . cor. 11th an 1 1) sts. Close carriages
for .' Lint calls and receptions. BoarJlns;
and in. i stnbie.. Willard's hotel stables.
Allison va.ior, jr., south side Pa. ate., near 14th
St.. opp Imperial and "Wlllard's.
Katli'l B. Fuitltt, utb street and.Ohlo avenue
Oppi ruian, eo.)7th -trtet.
KOI IRIES PUI1LIC.
A.EL.Kc, s, cor.La, av. andethst. Uo, Justice.
H. H. IK p.. r. 453 Pa. av., cor. H St.
Georee i:mal Jr.. 1 street, bet. 6tn and 7th.
Uiau - in all kinds ol paints, oils, Kla, puttv,
lvnp- linnli.-s, Ac Also, always on hand a
f ul line of artists' materials. Orders from City
or c 1 1 1 1 promptly attended to.
PAPER HANGERS, Ac.
Douiai- Io..r.., J09 9tli st., bet U and Pa. are.,
Prae-i. al rajwr-Hanserand I'pliolsterer. Wall
niir . win-low sliades, carpets, oil cloths. Ac.
A' or.lt r. for work lu ilher branch ol the trade
exei i tid uh skill and dlspatctat lowest rates.
Monn A o., (Si i. Am.,) . or. 7th and F, ppp. P. O.
Unsi.n' is-id facillli s for Patent Business.
T. K. i .inn-, 509 7th st., opp. Post omcc.
Knl.ht 1 miner-, 633 F st . near Patent Office.
U col pt . Dm r, corner of Seventh and F street!.
Burre.i s.ucessiirto Bra.!, 627 Pa. avenue. Nega
tive r t .ache l by a nrst-aass artist.
Kj ru na . 135 Pa. aie., over Inl's.
JohnG .i. . m9 Pa. ave., one door east or Perry's.
PLllinKRS AND GAS-FITTERS.
Altx 1 -in phi rd A Co.,S!01'a. ave.. bet. 9th and
lmu si-..I'rut! al Plumber andsteamandlias-
tu i- n.l wholesale and retail dealers in all
kn .1 i i -iipplies aopi rtaiulng t' the trade: a
ve la -r ind .elect -lo -k cons'antlyon iiand;
al i se i 1 novel. us rc&Het a- soon as out;
onl. lromcitv or country for work or goods
Jiit , !v attended to al the lowest rat 'S.
B. ..wai.9PU strMt. liel. 9th an.l 10th.
P. Lalv 1 . uiber liasAfttcam Fitter, 1U61L st,n.w.
Jionrse A M .ddleton, 613 lth St., opp. Treas llcpt
John W i r . r 15th st., bet. N. Y. ave. and II St.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
Vasii tig" i l.us ne-s College, ror. 7lli and L sts.
Ji. C s,M ,n ir, president, bend for circular.
A Ji i - !' i olnmhli'-treit northwest.
Robt. A V liiti hand, BOI U St., bet. 8th and 9th.
airs. Z5 in r. i ut. &Z nth -t. Also Dressmaking.
Ben. F Fr. mli. Milan st. nnder Nat. Metropol
itan Bins. Staliouerj, Ac. aspeiially.
STEVJI AND JAS FITTERS.
Alex K s, pnenl A o.. 910 Pa. ave.. bet. 9th and
lut -. b.e Plumbers and lias Fitters.
STO EK, Ac.
W. W. Itaino. Cabinet Stove House, 1315 street
JS. . u. xt toNic.onalThiatn.
TMltRELLAS, CANES, Ac.
"VTm K f r . fwi uh St., near Penna ave.
PKnl'iAAI-S rollWKOUfillT AND CAST
IR..V iiKK FOB THE UMTEII STATES
CI -1 'M-HOCsE AND POST OFFICE, &T.
H1 I- MO.
I v. 1 1 -TUM-UOl ;I AVD POST OFFICE.
ST. L.Ot l, 31o.,
Office of Srri.i:tNT'vufNT,
November Is. 1874.
biak'' rrono?al. will be rent i,rd at the omce of
tln-B run nUnt until 12 m. of the lth da) of
lic. in i. Ib74, lor furnl-hing, delUerln?, nttlnir
and piitl i; in place the W rouitht and Cast-iron
Moik r uipn-lni;the Bollel-Iron I'.eamsof Base-xnt-nta1
I-ir-t Floors, and the Cat-Iron Columns,
A. .. ol i- m i.t, all as i-vhibiled on the Ilraw-liiir-
il - i iUi' in the tpeciacatious, aud called for
la th. sa.Hi.
topi, if the Drawings, Sncciarations and
SJ. he.iu i i i l.t had on application at this oflice.
Alls it lJiiip rejoin -1 by the contractor, to put
tuewuik t.plii.. slllb furnished by the tiovein
xui nt. f c of charge, but wUl be erecttd by the
contra. ! r-
Piop s 1 v 111 be midc by the piece or weljht,
fi.rtm va wi s itcma of work, as called for In tue
1 be i rV m l'l not be subdivided among different
blddcis. l. it "lil be .oiis.dered in the aggregate.
Thi w h H o tin Bolle-I Beams of the ba-ement
Flooi, d . - it deliv red and set In posltl.n wl.hln
t r c u in li fro n date of acct pt ince of proposal,
an. 1 1! . li inn- of Hat. nicnt md Be-ms of first
o i i it i f ur u ontbs from sa'ne date, oras re
n net1 ' v liiL bujitrinteu. lent and the progress of
th. - ik
Pajm. . is n.ll bnmade monthly, deducting ten
TMrc u. u i.n ii the Dual completion of the cou
tiac. All ' mu-t be accompanied by a penal bond,
of ti o i -; .niUih p-'ison-. in the umof Twenty-
pvt: l . ( u .m uoiirs (f-i,iiijJi, iiiai tue nioni r win
Aictpt jii I penorm l'.eci ntru-t If awarded hlra,
tiiL -i flit in y ot the security to he ecrtlnt d bi the
1 nitedt-t tts Ji-.'g., 1 rk of the United states
C .urt or the I)i-trtct Atlornc) of the District
Vflu rei i t l.t l.iider resides.
Tlie li pun ii ent ie,cnin the right to reject any
or all t. s - n it tie dceoicd for tht i.tterest of the
O i r.i lit to do so.
1 u rv hi. must tie insile on the printed form, to
1m o tan c 1 at .this om -e. and mi st r.nfurin in
cttrvit-i ctto the ruifi'ei.ient-'.f this ad.ertlse
nitut.in , ill not in. toii.idercd.
I"rop- "III not be roencJ from parti who
are no' . : in clts t nape. I in the maiinfartun ol
101 k) t jim' a-t-lron V ork, and who hate not
thi mt.s-iii f-ic.llties for getting out tin ork.
Proi) nl'wlllln inc!o-ol in a scaled envelope.
In lor e 1 -B ds for Wrought ind t ast-lrou Woi k
foi the I npeiiMstcsOustom-IIoise and Post Of
nct, Si. Loin-. Mo., and addnssed to
TlloMAS WALsIl, Snierintendent.
no- 24-n i
PRtiP(tSAI.S FlIU THE EKKCT1U.V OF
Bi.ll.tla-. MAnilSKRY. ETC.. AT THE
PHH AI1ELPII1A IIIU'UT OF THE yUAU
Dei-ot oi-BTEniiASiKn'sOFnrF, I
PiMUPKLPHIA, Nov. 7, 1374. I
Scaled pro Ki-al-. In duplicate, with copy of
tv !er!i.iment attached to each, wjil be re
cc eil at tul- office until 12 in. on the I. th or De
cern .e i"4, ror the erection of boilers, machinery,
el. .. "i I a-lnsr and manufacturing purpose at
the P' .l..eh tilt Depot or the Quartermaster's
Depar i . n .Sthnylklll Arsenal.) in accordance
with 1 1- pItis and spccliuilons which can be
6teu at tl i-.-ttice. , .
Th. u I condition. Imposed upon bidders 'and
conlr i i. - will h observed, and security will be
xeqn r. . or th' faithful pcrrormance of the work.
Blaut f iiii-fpioposals, and all necessaryin
formal on, wjlbi-foriilsliedoa appl-catlon tojthls
Envelop. 5 containing proposa'a to be Indorsed
Tri Pf 'S Tor the Kroct'On of Boilers anilMa
chtnerv it the Philadelphia Depot ortlic Quarter-Taa-ttr
I epartment, and addressed to th un
By order of the Quartermaster General.
I.. C. EASTO, I
Assist"1! Oi artermattcr General, U. S. A., In
" OFFICE A. C. S,, )
FonTWrnrrLF-VA., Nov. it. I"74.' f
Beanl proposals. In duplicate, wlU t rmlvedtt
thi- ofKct until 12 m.. P"?"'",'' .f"' "!"
nlsblng th. Fre.li Beer required by the Sub.isU'nce
Depaiim- nt Unlfd States army, at this station
Jur ins th. Ix (6) months emmenclng Jsnnary I.
iSS. 3uso, nraiciwhU-fjr'h mel
jrav-hereuulrtd bytheontrcnanslthelr families;.
InrSrd . n ,fZ cTindltttms -rmailty or beef,
ciiTBuni . Ac . can WgffJsJuMiS.
no::-6t First Llent. scconc Artillery, a. j. o.
ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON
RAILBOAD AND ALEXANDP.IA AND
Dipot Cobkes or Sirra asd B Stbiets.
Local trains for Alexandria leave as follows;
6, 6:53, 8,-9. 10, 11 a. in., 1, S -4. s, 6:05. 7 p. in. The 9
1 a. m, ana 7 p. ra. trains run oau ; an utner trains
i daily, except Sundas.
J'UCM HBlUa ICSTC AlCMUmia a. iVLixrna. o, , o,
9,10,11c xn.;l, 3,4.5. 6:U 7 p. la. THe8a. m.
and 6:10 p. m, trains leave Alexandria daU;aLl
other trafns dilly, except fcundav.
Trains marked thus connect withtralns on TVasU
lnston and Ohio. m . ,
6 n. m Itkrhmond Fast Line, leaves Washington
daily, except Sundar. t
Great foouthern Express Tla Richmond leaves
TVnshlnirlon lias p. m ., dally, texcept Sunday.)
Through tickets to alt points South and Sontta-
mctit far f t offirs. rnrnerof Tllirteinth strict
and rennsylranla avenue, and Sixth street and
orders for bairn? to be checked at aU the hotels
; ana resiaences inruugu w ucanuau".
i ge.'P-tf General Passenger Agent.
i "RALTIJ110BE ANU2?10 KAIIaROAU.
,FK05I WASHITOrT'cJlTY.13- ""
S:00a. m. Baltimore and Way stations.
7.ta. m. Bsltlmore, AnnapoUs, and Wit St-
l 7-25 a, m. Baltimore and IleUy.
7:ia. in. llalthnre and Belay.
8:00 a. m. a ew a or&, x-niiaaeipma, Boston, Balti
more and Ke lay.
6:10a. nx Chicago, fcU Louis, Louisville. Cincin
nati, Columbus, bandusky, Pltts-
i burtr, reuerick, Ilaxerstai n, Bock-
i Tlln.Rpi.m,ntnwn rtrmevlll Q.,in-
ton. Valli'j Branch, and C and (. It.
It. Parlor cars. Dinner at Cuinbr
"and: supper at Omtton.
8:15 a. m. Point or Bocks and Way stations. :
8:3) a. m. Baltimore and War stations.
10:50 a. ra. Baltimore and Belar.
22:00 m. Baltimore and U av stations
inn p.m. New York, Philadelphia, Iloton, Nor
folk, Baltimore. Dinner at Belay.
8:30p.xn. Baltimore, Laurel and Belay.
3:40 p. in. 1 redcrtck. Point 01 ICock-and Way
stitlon-, (via Metropolitan B.anch.)
t:15p.m. Baltimore. Annapolis; Frederick, and
;i:30 p. ra. Baltimore and WaySutlons.
5:10 p. m, Ilafcerstown, Harp-r's Fcrrv, Win
chester and VTif Stations Metro
5:10 p. m. Baltimore and Belav.
6:19p.m. Dil' cv pt i-aturdiy, Caicasro, St.
Louis, Louisville Cincinnati, Cilnm
bus, Sandusky. RockTllle. Pullman
BJta cars. Breakfast at Parkerslmrj.
j p. m. Baltimore and Way Buttons.
B.S0 p. m. I'lttsburp, Itn'krlile. t.irther-'mrs;.
Harm--villi , Point or Bocks, Martlns-
c m burg, Cumberland. Pullman cars.
9:C0d. m. llaltluiorea and Belay.
9:30 p. ra. Bait, more an I Wtv Stations.
11:40 p. in., Chic. jto. i-t I.oui-, fln-lnnatl and
Loui-ville P"i-t eTnres.
R.!ti. . SUNDAY TRAISS. . ....
-Si?-1 anl WayStatlons-S:tO . m., 1:30, 4:30
For Baltimore and Relay. r-K and 7:S5 a. in.
RAtst 8:10a.m., 6 0and U:l)p. m
Iittsburg-s)p. m. ,
All trains stop it Viaduct Hotel, Relay Honsesta
tlon. 'J rains leave Ha'tlinore fir A asiifurton 5:00,
C.'S, 6.50, 7.30, 0. lO.l-v a. m.: 12 m : J."3, (:,, 4:13,
4:20, 4 3t,6 , 7:20, zJfi,Z' - W- P. m
bnndiv trains from iidliorc 3:oof 6:35, 9:05,
a. zn. ; 12 m. ; anU:10, 4 20, 7 JO, p in
Forfnrther Information apply at the Baltimore
and Ohio ticket oficcs, Washlnston Station, and
4 5 rennsrlvanla avenue, -where orJera will be taken
for bajr;ffe to be checked MJ? '?T?lTTVd i1!." Jln'
in the city. . thus. u. hHAKr,
T ,r ,.. Masterof Tran.porUtlon.
L. M. COI.E, General Ticket Azent.
GKO. S. KQpyTZ. General Agent. J&tJ-tf
TTT-ASH1NOTON AND OHIO RAILROAD.
WIKTER ARRANGEMENT. I.EGIS2CIXO OC
TOBER 17, H74.
The Mail Train will leave Washington at 9 a. m.
and Alexandria at 'MO a. m. dailv. xcept Sunday:
pass Leesburc cnjnj: westward at ll;5a. m., and
arrive at rurcflUH lent 12 in. Leave rurcellviUe
at 12 30 p. ra., lus Lctsburg jfoiujteaslir.ird at 1:10
p. m , and arrive at Alexandria al3:15 p. ra., and
at Washington at a..Wp. m.
The Accommodation Train will leave "Washing
ton t4p. m , and Alexandria at 4:10 p. in. dally,
except Sunday, and arrive at Le, sburg at 6:2.) p.
m. Leave Letsburattia. m., ani arrheat Alex
andria at 8:15, and WasltliiKtunat 8.30 a. m.
-WPas&enjser- from Wa-hliwtu will take the
Washington and Ohio cars at the Baltimore and
Totomac railroad station at 9 a. in. and 4 p.m.,
and po through mtuout iianpe of car.
The:10a. m. train from Alexandria and 12:30 p.
m. train from Purcellvllle connect at PHrctllvIlle
with 11 arris Dally Lin, .f Coaclie- for nickers
vHle, litrryTille and Wincliester; also with
Reamer's Line of Coarhi s, which leave Leesburg
daih for Ald.e and Mlddlebur,;.
Commutation tickets, 6 c'nt! per mile: annual
tickets, 60. i:. II. HAVENER,
ocl22-tf General Ticket Acent.
BALTIMORE & POTOMAC K. R,
DErOT COKJiElt SlXTn AVD B STREETS N. W.
On and after Xov. D, 1S74, trains will leave Wash
ington as follows, Washington time:
6:35 a. m., Northern Express, dally, except Mon
day, to Baltimore: to Eliiura daih, except Sunday
and 3Iondav, making connet tlou with Erie Ball
way for Buffalo and Niagara Falls.
8:n a. m., Baltimore Accommodation, dally.
9:23a. m.. Limited Express for New York aad
East, dally, except Sunday.
11-55 a.m., Fast Line for the West and North:
alto for Norfolk, l Bililniori .dally, except Sun-
3.40 p. m.. Accommodation for Baltimore, dally,
4:53 p. m., Philadelphia Express, for Philadel
7:10 p. m.,rinclnnitlFvprs dailv. t e-t.
9aTS p. m., For Philadelphia, New 1'ork, and Bos-
10.15 p. m., PaclSc expre North and West, dally
except saturdty. Onsatnrdiy, leaesat9:03D.tn.
fTra'lnsVorrOPE CHEEK LINE leave at 5.33a.
m. on'luesd &nd Friday, only, and 3:4.) p. m.,
daily excent Sunday.
Trains for ANNAPOLIS leave at 5:35 a. to. and
3:pi.riniau Talace Sleeping Car to Buffalo, via Em
rHiritun. on tram IcaUngat 11:55a. in.-
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car to nttsburz Is run
on the train leaving al . n d. m.
l'ullman Palace Mi i pi.ig Car to Pittsbnrg Is ran
orthe train leaving at 10:1", p. m., except Saturday.
On Saturday at :t p. m.
Pnllman Palace Sleeping Car to Elmlra Is ran on
tin train leaving at li) 15 p.m.
Puliinjn Palace sleeping car to Culcago on train
leavinc at 1 elP. m.
Tickets and intormatlon can be procured at the
0aiehcalledi!Ind checked at hotel land prl
vallSlSnces on ortera left at theothcesof 'the
JJmDwySortheast corner Thirteenth street and
Pennsylvania avenue, and on the northeast corner
1 ?" "'?.' ". . a T.nnvlvantit avenue.
Depot BALTIMOKE i VOTOMAC BAILROAD.
coVne? Blxth and B streets
General rscnger AV'iVs.iSiSnv?-
Superintendent, Washington, I). C.
Kill, i r.
THE NORTHWEST. SOUTH
On and after N ovemtx. r 2), 1371, trains will run is
follov,: . ,
Washington.... 5:T.a. m.
Bauimore...' i'a. m.
' .... l:lp. in.
.luii. m. I " .... s.-lp. ra.
... ifi-i'io. m liiiop. m.
THE GREAT DOUBLE TRACK ROUTE,
with ELLbANT SrENERY. l'alaie Stale-room,
day and night cars with modern Improvements.
Two hundred miles sa ed 10 Western and Central
New tork. . .
.:35 a. m dally, exept Monday, to Baltimore,
and dall to Eitn.ra, ex. tptj-uu la and 5lo iday,
making tonneitii.n with Erie Ratlwai for Budalo
and Niagara Falls. . . .
11.55 a. in. dally, except Sunday. West and North
7:10 p m. dally, for Pittsbnrg and the s, est
10.15 p. m dalli, except Saturd iv, We-tand North.
On SJturdav, at 9 .t 8 p. lu . for the West.
1 hrongh from Washington to Pittsburg. Chicago,
Buffalo and Elmlra without, hange. ,
Tickets bv this route can be procured at the or-flci-s,
northeast corner ol Thirteenth street and
Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth stn-et an I 1 eiui
svlvanla as inuc. where reliable information will
lie glvin at ull times
Passenger, procuring tickets at these oQcescan
secure accommodations in Palace cars for Pitts
burg, Chicago, Budaloand Llmlra.g TOUJfo
tneral Passenger Agent, Baltimore. Md.
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS.
JU11N RitONKV.cor. Tbl lelli tud t'.whose
bar "ooni lus bet n clVcd fur some time r r repair,
has rc-openi'd wlllia firsi-cla-s -tockof lliiior,
Wiuvs, Cixars. Ac. lie hopes to see all his old
friends ani as ii.attv neiv tints s .n-n bo Inclined to
raur iiim v uu tueir pa.ronafi
Oli Jac&a cill.
THE TREFilQNT HOUSE
In this city ha no eual asa clean, well -furnished
and well-kept Hotel. Rulo: INr da), W.50; ikt
week, e10: per month, 95, Tab'.o board, .25..
N'orthirn cooklu?. tf
WASHINGTON, D. C.
rirrr teivate bath-koom3
AND ELEVATOR atdedi
Open Novembtrt, 1871.
octl9-tf J. r. CAKE, Propi.etof.
C. C. W1LLARD,
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Tblsnnparaileled specific Is compoundedm nature's
laboratory, and from Us magic power and unprece
dented achievements the most eminent men in this
nation have, after a thorough and severe test, pro-
Sounced It the only Sovereign Remedy for Bright'
lseaseand Diabetes; also all Urinary, Bladder and
Liver Affections; also Dropsy, Ac, Ac. To the
znlnds of raanyourclalms mayseem preposterous to
aecompUih with Betnesda Water that which has so
lone and stUl con tlnnes to bade medical science. We
ask but a test. Do not allow your skepticism to be
Tourpertl. If Betuesba don't cure you, ltcannot
certainly do you any InJ nry. Therefore avail your
self of tie most pleasant and effldentcumive agent
ever offered to suffering humanity. .The Water U
for sale at CHARLES STOTT A CO.'S Drag atore.
No. 4S0 Pennsylvania avenue. Beware or spurious
waten. Ask for Bethesda. For sale by BTOTT
VS'ihJi'jini'iS'in'o Bethesda Advocate
Bend for circular! n iiicHARD DUNBAR,
Director and GeneralManager.BcthesdaSprlngs.
DR. M. S. BROWN,
1318 Mnssnchnacll, Avenue, between
TLlrtccnth and Foitrtecutb Street,.
FuUnpper or lower set, or Teeth $15
Partial " " " " 1 1 to 1 13
Teeth extracted by the nse or pure Qu. h1H
Jtach additional Tooth, tame sittings.
THE ARTIFICIAL, STONE COMPANY
OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMIA
ate prepared to supply, at short notice. Tiling for
VesUSslcs. Sidewalks, Footways, and Curbing, In
oincicsi colors; jrounsaius, . ju uiu,s"i
House and Lawn Steps, ana l-iatrorms; nouau
fn.nii.rt. 41l..wall. anrf flnnrlnr nmpnted to ex.
elude dampness; kitchens and areas cemented and
msaepenectlydry, and a sure preventive against
the Intrusion of rats. Insects, Ac, and all other
work executed for which Portland Cement Is
adapted. Our Portland Cement becomes In a tew
days superior to any of the marbles or natural atone
In common nse, and Is an admirable Imitation ol
either marble or stone; Is more durable, and in
creases It crushing resistance with age. Itibeaatf
Unquestionable. OBKETS, Manager.
JanJO-tf " "'taS Louisiana avenue.
ALL KINDS OF GENTLEMEN'S OAST
off wearing apparel can be sold to the very best
advantage by addressing or calling on JUSTU, 619
D street, between hlxtn aud Seventh northwest.
Notes by mail prOEtrtlr at tended to. Cashpild,
how hcaee 'WraraiC
rVASSAl', the Madeira of America, with Ul
tine American Hotel and beautiful location.
JAMAICA, with Hi Bine Mountains affording
eviry choice of temperature for a residence.
CARACAS, the Leautifal and interesting capi
tal of Ycnezuela, with dry climate and equable
The Atlas SteamFblp Company's large first-class
Iron steamers, siiecially ntled for Passengers,
leave New York ci cry fifteen days for the above re
nowned health resorts. For particulars applr to
uovlTTnAF 1115 Pa. ave., Washington. D. C-
Only Line GirrrM tie American nit
Sailing every Thursday from PHILADELPHIA
Tor Qneenstotrzt and Uvorpool.
Cabin, Intermediate and Steerage
Bates as low as by any other first-class Line.
TETEB WEIGHT A SONS, General Agents,
FRANK W. SANBORN. Agent,
augl9-ly 1425 Penna. ave., Washington.
ASHINQTON, NORFOLK, NEW YORK
ItfW-TflV ivn PROVtllKMnR.
Th, fin. Iron RfritnrrLAnVOI TH R T, AKE hav
ing resumed her regular trips to Norfolk, will leave
her wharf, foof of Sixth street, every MONDAY
and THURSDAY, at 2 p. ra., touching at the prin
cipal river landings, connecting at Norfolk with
steamship of the M. and M. Line tor Boston and
Providence; with the Lorlllard Stemshlp Company
for New York. Freight should be addressed "Care
Of Ldl tfltaltgg,
Tr!ft Sixth-street wharf.
. A. S" rLAr. General Agent,
mhB lloomJo. 10. Plant Buudlng.
-1"- WASHINGTON ANDN'EW YORK.
Hereafter the fine stcaSshlps TE. C. KNIGHT and
JOHN GIBSON will make regular WEEKLY
WASHINGTON and GEORGETOWN, aafoUows:
Leave N ew York from Pier 39 East River every Sat
urday at 4 p. m. Leave Georgetown every Friday
at 7 a. m. and Alexandria the tame day at IS : m.
For fulllnformatlon apply to B. P. A. DENUAM,
agent, busines- oflice and wharf. 83 Water street,
Georgetown, or a; the officeorthepre-Ment.near
P-streetbriage. J. WTHOMPSONj
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD.
REGULAR POST STEAMSHIP TRAVEL
BREMEN AND BALTIMORE,
The steamers orthe North German Llovd, or2,500
tons, have been newly furnished with aU tne modern
BALTIMORE Captain Lllllcnhaln.
BERLIN " Putscher.
OHIO " Schulenburg.
LEIPZIG " Hoffman.
BRAUNSCHWEIG ... Undnetson,
WUl rnn regularly between MtEMEj, and BALTI
MOBK, as follows:
From Brtmen. From Baltimore.
OHIO - November H, 1374
NURMIERO. ... November 4. Noveinbtr:s,l74
BRAl'NSCUW'G November 1". December li, 1374
LEIPZIG December 2. D -cemberi, 1S74
OHIO Decemiier 16. January 9, 1S75
And thereafter every Tuesday from Bremen and
every Saturdaj from Baltimore.
The steamer will tao passengers to Bremen,
Southampton. London and llavre and return.
Pbice of PASSAGE. In gold, from Bremen to
Baltimore: Cabin, fJ0: steerage, fil currency.
From Baltimore to Bremen, Southampton, London
and Havre: Cabin, KDO; steerage, 2i In currency.
Return tickets. In steerage. 4-44.50. Children be
tween one and ten years, half price; children not
over one year, &2 currency. .
All other arrangements are be same as tne New
FurtneMnformatlon can be ascertained by apply
In bv letter to our General Agents.
goy letter ,o out A SCHUMACHER CO.,
No. 9 South Charles street, Baltimore, Md,
Agentfor Waahlngton WAIjTE
No. SCD street, opposite city Hall.
43-Also, BUls of Exchange on principal places
In Europe. myis-tr
SSASON OF X8T4-
Largely Increased Facilities for Doing
Job Work acd Book Work
In All Branches.
THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN JOB OFFICE
Is nsequaled. In Us cxten. and complete equip
ment, by any printing establishment south of New
York. We hare son facilities for doing all wor
LABELS OF ALL KINDS,
CONSTITUTIONS AND BY-LAWS
PROCEEDINGS OF CONVENTIONS,
ia. sta, Act,
, MERCHANT TAILORS.
So. 511 ronrtecutli Street,
Have tct.'ved thelrfirst Instalment of
Tl LL AND WINTER GOODS, .
i.-suueitne Dhtronals, Foreign aid Do-
mesticCassImeres,andanjm receive, wcesiyounng
tbe season, which they arc prepared to snake upln
he lalet Ktvfefj Irtt-tt f
BOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL
KS Lonlslan a avenue, txt. Sixth and Seventh sti,
Jobbing promptly attended to angtS-tl
WOOD AND COAL.
Q- L. SHERIF:E5
DEALER IN BEST QUALITIES OF
GOAL AND WOOD.
Offices 111 and 328 Pennsylvania art'
nne, sontb side.
Depot and Kindling Wood Mill Sixth street and
1 otomse river. Honorable deailngand fair prices.
T sons, -y
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In all kinds or
Coal and wood. Cumberland Coal.
Depot at RILEY'S wharves, foot of Eleventh
and Twelfth streets southwest.
Branch yard, C street, between Second and Third
streets northwest. oct9-tf
OAL1 COAL I!
We Invite the attention or ennsnmer. tA on.
stock of COAL, embracing ail the choice qualities,
to which we are making additions dally, which we
offer at lowest market rates.
OAK and PINK WOQD, cawed and f put or la
thOAKand PINE KINDLINGS, In bundles ot by
tbeCOrdT STEPHENSON A BROTHER,
Omce, ms Pennsylvania avenue.
Hill and Deoot. Seventh-street Wharf.
tS5 CSUr and Chronicle
T BnOT23CBHJ3, 3XT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS.
We Invite tbe public or those la want of fuel to
call at our wharves and depot,
1'oot or Twelftb nud Thirteenth Street,
and we will show them one or the largest and best
selected storks or COAL AND WOOD everoffered
In the District. Having superior facilities for band
ling the same, we sell cheap for cash and give 2,3)0
pounds to tlie ton.
MAIN OFFICE-Wharves root of Twelfth street
nvrTi-vQ No. 1302 F street n.rthwest.
Ot t ICES No- uj. s j, tre,.t northwest
se9-W,FAS16m JOHNSON B1103.
TTTAI.TEB H. MABLOW
CUMBERLAND AND ANTHRACITE COAL,
OAK, PINE, AND HICKORY WOOD.
Yard, Corner Eighth and B streets southwest,
OPPOSITE SMITHSONIAN PARK.
Branch Yard, A street, between Second and Third
T. EDW. CLARK. T. B. CROSS, JB
T. EBW. CLARK & CO.,
LrjIBEK, WOOD AND COAL,
DOORS, SAS1I, BLINDS,
MOULDINUS, tc, 4c,
Our stock of Wood and Coal Is large and well se
lected. Wood sawed and split and In the stick. Or
ders given at either yard or at our OFFICE, CI
LOUISIANA AVENUE, (under the Seaton House,
will be promptly filled and satisfaction guaranteed
Wharf, Depot and Planing )IU1 foot of Fourt
street east. Jyll-tffl
Imoivf post ponementT
FIRST GRAND GIFT CONCERT
rOE TUE DEKErtT OF THE
KDNTPELIER FEMALE HUMANE ASSOCIATION
3Vri3v3aCEC 23, 1875.
lalSX OF C3-TJFXS:
1 Grand Cash Gift..
1 Grand Cash Gift..
1 Grand CashGlft....
22.178 CashGlfts, amounting to
NCMHEIl OF TICKETS,
PRICE OF TICKETS
lgbtbs, or each Coupon
Five and one half Tickets for
Eleven Tickets for
Tbe Montpeiler Female Humane Association,
chartered by the Legislature of Virginia and the
Circuit Court of Orange county, proposes, by a
series ofGiand Gift Concerts, to establish and en
dow a "Home for the Old, Infirm and Destitute
Ladles orVlrglnia," at Montpeiler, the former res
idence of President James Madison.
Hiciimoxd. July 3, 1571. (
It affords me pleasure to say that 1 am well ac-
?ualnted with a large majority of the oncers of the
lontpeller Female Humane Association, who re
side in the vicinity uf mv homo, and I attest their
Intelligence and t heir worth and blgh reputation as
gentlemen, as well as the public conndmce, influ
ence and substantial means liberally represented
among them. James L. KEsirEB,
.mv. Governor ot Virginia.
p" ALEXANDRIA. Va., July 8, 1S74.
r My personal acquaintance with a majority of the
gentlemen controlling the Montpeiler Humane As
sociation, and the reputation of all of them enables
me to coramena mem as inuy entiuca to me coiiu.
dence of the public. No act or representation In
consistent with honor andlntegrltv need be appre
hended lu tbe conduct or representations of these
gentlemen. R. W. Hi-aitES,
U. S. Judge Eastern District of Virginia.
Further references by permission: His Excellen
cy GUbertC. Walker, ex-Governor or Va.; Hon.
Robt. E. Withers, Lieut. Governor or Va., and U.
S. fcenatorelect;Senators and Members of Congress
For full particulars, testimonials, Ac, send for
circular. . M .
ReUable agents wanted everywhere.
Remittances for tickets may be made by express
Srenaid, post oflice money order on Washington,
,. fi., or by 1 Wtyj.Wrt.
Tres't M. F. II. A., Alexandria, Va.
For full Information apply to JOHN T. HEN
DERSON. 713 Market space, over Riley's dry goods
store, and at 216 Sixth street northwest. aug7-ly
SECOND AND LAST
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
IVtesonic Relief Association
OF NORFOLK, VA.
DAY POSITIVELY FIXED.
TUESDAY, C9T1T DECEMBER.
Authorized by act or the Virginia Lcgislatnre,
(passed March 8, 1373. )
50,00 Ticket G, OOO Casb Gifts.
TO BE GIVEN AWAY!
One Grand CashGlft r.
Oue Grand Cash Gift or.
One Grand Cash Gift or.
One Grand Cash Glf. t.
One Grand Cash (ill tor.
One Grand Cash Gift or.
One Grand Cash Gift or.
15 Cash Gifts or L coo each
28 Cash Gifts of ETOcach
79 Cash Gifts or 150 each
230 Cash Gifts .r KOeach
578 Cash Girts of 50each
5,000 Cash Gifts of 10 each
... IS, ooo
OOOICASH GIFTS. ggretlng
Whole Ticket I0O0OnarterTh-ket!... IS0
Half Tickets 5 00 I Eleven Ticket luo 00
For tickets, clrcnlars. 4c, addrrss
IIENRY V. MOORE, SecT, Norrollt. Va.
HISSCURI STATE L0TTERIES1
Legalized by State Authority, and
DRAWN IN PUBLIC IN ST. LOUIS.
GRAND SINGLE NUMBER SCHEME OF 50,000
Draws the Last Day or Each Month.
CAPITAL PRIZE, 850,000.
10,330 Prizes, amountlong to 1300,000.
Whole Tickets, 10 Halves, 5; Quarters, 12.59.
The Gieat Combination Scheme, wltn a Capital
Ti-rt of tlCtoo, and 32.338 Prizes, amounting to
S,177, Draws every Saturday during the year.
Whole Tlekets, 1C; Halves, 3; Quarters, litC
Address, for Ticket? and Circulars.
MURRAY MILLER 4 CO. Managers,
aay!-MW4 FIT P. B. Boxi4l5.bt. Louis. Mo.
CABINETMAKER AND UNDERTAKER
NO. tU'EtEVEXTH STBJtTtr NOBTHWEiT
TletweenT mid G. '
, Tbe, CelebratttfJStein -
Just OS wo suaest iiaiieru
WBodles EMBALMED ftiareparcil firtr
OTjlf 1?EW ETaBHSiniKIB'l T3
With enlarged premises. Improved machinery,
tbe best talent to be had In the conntry. In: fact,
every faellity.roE doing-the ucst.woi;k at low prices,
we would respectfully tnform-cmr frlendrand ahe'
public that pre-eminent as may nave neon ."wra-epii.
At home-toevfryb3dy,from7a. m. until sinsct.
SjtJrdlyifrotn iiLvdio saxru-aa., at thejoM
stand, ettaWlslied ism. nowthe most complete lnthe
conntrr, Kierybodr.comendseju, :
el- O Jefferson itm Ucorxttown, D. 0;
tU .ST' "T i
street. Star Omce Building.
POS1TIVF HALF. OF TWO HORSES, TWO
Cl.WS. PONY PHAETON, SEVERAL FARJt
WAGONS AND FARMIMi IS1PLEUKNTS.
At our salerooms, on SATURDAY MORNING,
December t?, 1374, atWo'clock.
Terms cash. LATIMER 4 CLE ART.
TJT JLATIMEH & CLEARY,
X Auctioneers and Real Estate Brokers,
Southwest corner or Penn. ave. audEleventbrat.,
btar Office Building.
BREEfII-I,OADINOAND MUZZLE-I.OADINO '
oniiDTrv fi mfvo riinit t-tiivrvii r v i
tJ. UUllalV MUiT, I Itl'Jt J"iUta.lCiA A AIV.1-
DON MAKERS. AT AUCTION.
On MONDAY MORNING, December 14,1871, at
11 o'clock, within our anctlon rooms, we snail sell
a consignment ot the above goods. The trade and
prli ate individuals arc rest ectf oily invited to at
tend. The eollrctlou will be opn for exhibition on
Saturday, the 12th lustaat.
Termscash. LATIMER 4 CLEARY.
BY LATIMER A CLEARY,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Brokers,
Boulhwestcornerof Pennsylvania avenue and EleT
enth street, StarOBce Building.
SPECIAL SALE OF ELEGANT WORKS OF
ART, COMPRISING BRONZE OIIOUPE3
AND FHII RES, 11I-ACK MARBLE CLOCKS.
bTATUETTES, CLASS .CAL AL.AH A-jTKlt
VASEN COLUMNS, r.: ALSO, NELLI'S
FAMOUS WORK OF ART lN-1'UltE ITALIAN
MARBLE FROM MOUNT ORESTOI.A. "THE
MOUN1NU ROSE." THE IMPORTATION OF
MKS-altS. V1TI BROT1IER3, (LATE Mro
VIT' & SONS.)
On TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, December
15 and 16, at 10:10 a. m. and'Op. m., will be aoid
atthcStore.No. 423Pcnn-ylvaulaavenne, between
blxth and M-venth streets, adjoining Metropolitan
hotel.and recently occupied by Messrs. Lockwood,
Jlnltyi Tajlor. a collection of flnely-exeeute I
Araarmo llardlgllo. Sienna and Agate rases, ele
gant French artl.tic bronzes, comprising groupes,
sntues, and clocks, with stdc pieces, Ac.
This collection Is the ilnesi ever offered hereto
fore, and will be arranged for examination on
Terms orSale: For all sumsttnder $l00cash: over
that amount it ,ty days' credit for approved piper,
with lntunsl. LATIMER S. CLEAllY,
dcc-d CStarJ AuctUm-ers.
15 Y B. H. 1VARXER,
Real Estate Broke: and Auctioneer,
Federal BuUdlngs, corner Seventh and F sts.N. W.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE UNIM
PROVED PROPERTY ON THE EAbT SIDEOF
TENTH STREET, BETWFEN N AND O
K1RLKTS NORTHWEST, BELONGINU TO
THE ESTATE OF SAMUEL U. PLATT, DE
iikaskii. at Airrvrms-
Under and by llrtue of a-decree of the Supremo .
court or tne District or Columbia, passeu on sue
krhdayor Maj, 1ST?, and an amendment ther to,
in a certain caue therein depending, wherein Julia
R. Piatt Is complainant and Moses S. Piatt and
others are defendant?, being equity cause No.3,w,
tlw undereigncd, appointed trustee to sell by the
said accrte did, onihcKth day of June. 1374, ex
pose and sell the following described real estate,
situate In the clt of Washington, D. C-, at public
auctlon,and tbe purcha'cr thereof having railed to
comply with the teims or said -ate: Now, therefore,
lnacconlance wlih and In pursuance or an order
of the court to that effect, passed In said cause on
the 3th day or October, ls.'l, the trustee will sell
at the risk and cost or the defaulting purchaser at
public auction, inftontof the premises, on TUES
DAY, Dcrcmber Li, A. D. 1S74. at 4 o'clock p. m.,
said real state, as lollows: All the Interest that
Samuel II. Piatt, deceasedi had at the time of bis
decease In and to lot numbered 26 of Davidson's
snbdivl-lon or square numbered 3S7, front ng :S
rect on Tenth street, between N and O streets
northwest, bj a dtpth of 12w feet.
The terms or sale prescribed by the decree
arc as follows: One third of the purchase
money to be paid In cash, and the residue In equal
payments in six, twelve and eighteen monthstobe
aeenred by the notes of the purchaser, bearing In
terest from day of sale. Tbe prop-rty will be con
veyed by the trustee to the purchaser upon the
payment of the whole oC the purchase money, and
said purchaser will have the option or paying the
whole of said purchase money In cash upon tlie
ratification or tne sale by the court. If the tcrnn
or sale are not i oinptleJ with In Ave days rrom the
day or sale, the trustee reserves the right to resell
the property.on such pnbllc notice as he may dei-m
best ror tho Interest of alt parlies, at tbecostof
the defaulting purchaser. A deposit of 50 will be
required at time or sale, and the expense or all
toncyanilngmust bed-rrajid hv the purchaser.
" ' " ENOCH TlrTTEN, Trustee.
J. T. COLDWF.I.L,
BY B. II. WAHKEB,
Real Estate Broker and Anctloneer,
Federal Buildings, corner Scve.' thandFstJ.N.W.
TRUbTEES' SALF. OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY ON THE NORTHWEST AND
bOUTHWlST CORNERS OF K AND TWENTY-SEVENTH
STREETS NORTHWEST, AT
lly virtue of a deed of trust dated April 21, A. I).
1&71, to Daniel L. Eaton, duly recorded in Liber
No. 61-s folio 1-C one of the Land Records for
ashlngtou county. In the District of Columbia,
ami also by virtue of a decree or the Supreme Court
or the l.istnet of Columbia, passed in cause 3,224,
Equity dorket, substituting the undersigned as
trustee In place or Daniel L. Eaton, deceased, and
at the request otthe party secured thete'oy, 1 will
sell at p-tbllc anction. In front of the premises,
on MONDAY, December 21, 1874,at 4 o'clock p. m..
the following described real estite, situate in the
city of Wa-hington, Dl-trlct of Columbia, to wit:
All that piece or parcel of ground, known and
dtsUnatid as part or lot nimbered one (1.) In
square sestof sqnarenumbered four(4,) beginning
for lltc-ame at the southeast corner of said lot num
bered one, (l,)and running thence wt along tue
Unenf Kstrevt north siventeen (17) feet: th-nce
nortliscvtnty-nvc(75)rcet;thciice ea-t seventeen
(17) reel; thence south seventy-five (73) rect to the
place or bcglnulng, together with the In-prove
lnrnts, con-lstlug of a three-story brick dwelling.
Ao, all that certain piece or parcel of ground,
sliuale in the said city of Washington, a. C
kllonnanddeslgniled on the plat thereof as lot
numler d fifteen (1"-,) 'nsqnate numbered one (1.)
containing four thou-and and lifty (4,050) square
feet, and Improved by a frame houje.
Terra.: One fourth In cah, and the balance In
six, twelve and eighteen months, for which the
notes orthe purchaser, bearing Interest at the rote
often percent, per annum, and secured by a deed
of trust on the property sold, will be taken. A de
posit of 10O will be required on cacht 1 -ec of prop
erty at the time of aale. A 11 conveyancing at pur
chaser's cost. If terms of sale are not compiled
with in seven days from day or sale, the trustee
resenes the right to resell the property at the
risk and cost or the defaulting purchaser, after ten
r'lrgnria. mvJm TmlMt
deT-MWFAtls J. T. COLUWEM-. fea.o-min.
BYB. n.WAR5ER, "
Rial Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
Federal Buildings, cor. Scvcnth-and F ats. N.W.
TIU'STFE;' SALE OF FOUR TWO-STORY
BRICK DWELLING ON TDE EASTSIDK OF
E1.EEN'1I1 STREET. BETWEEN fl ' AND P
fcTREKTd NOnraWErfT, AT AU TION.
ju viriu ofa-deedof trust dated septeinber 2t,
A. 1). lsTl, dul recorded lu Liber No. MX, fol.o -.2,
one oi tne tana, rrcoiu.mrin uni"-"! ..
bla, and nt the request of the party secured there
by, we will Mil at public auction, in rront or the
premises, on tATCi:iAY, Deconiber Si, 1?74, at
Sao o'clock p. '., all those pieces or parcels of
gronnd, situate in the city of Washington, O. C.,
known at Ion numbered 10 and 17 and part or lot
numbered to. In l.edrern's-sub.lhl-lon or square
numbered SO. beginning for tluxamc nt a point on
Eleventh street west distant from th-northwest
corner ot said .iiare 103 rect. a.id rnnnlng tlience
north 51 reel 10 Imhen, by a depth or : fe.t, to a
Terms: One third cash: balance in six an! twelve
monllw, with Interest at 10 percent. p"r annum,,
secured bya deed of Huston the proptrt) sold:
atoowt'i I e required as a deposit on each house. All
tonveyanciug at purchaaer'a cost. Terms to be
complied tilth in .c. en das.
H W.S. TllitsirsoN, l Trust cs
II. l . SNIKl..coWKLL
BK WASH. H. WILLIAMS, Auct'r,
(Successor to Oreen A Williams, Auctioneers,)
Ko. 1001, northwest corner Tenth and U streets.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OP VALUABLE 1B'IPEK-
TV IN THE MIBTHEBN PART OF THE
CITY, SOUTUE31' COKN'EK OF E1UUTU
AM S STKEETS NOHTHWEST.
By virtue of a deed of trust dated June S3, A. D.
1S73, and duly recorded In Liber Ko. 717, foilo Ml,
AcT. of the land Ilecords for rt'aslilngton county.
In the District or Colombia, and by direction of
the party secured thereby, I shall sell at nubile
auction. In front orthe premises, on FH1DAY,
.i.wmi.t,- i- isti. ai 4 o clock n. m.. nart or lot
Ko. seven, (7,5 In siuarc four hundred and nlne-
Tefms: One bait cash, and the balance In six
months, secured bv a deed of trust bearing ten per
cent. Interest. Klftv dollars down on day or aale.
ecu... WILLIAM KILtiOUi:, Trustee.
WASU. IS. WILLIAMS.
.WTHE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPOKEU UN
til FJSIUAY, the lslh or Deetmber, 1S7I, at the
same hour and place, lly order of the trustee.
ilcl-K.tds WASH. II. WILLIAMS. Aucl.
BT 11. II. WABSEB,
Ileal Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
Federal Buildings, corner beventh and Vsts.Ji.W.
CHANCERY SALE OF A LIFF. EST AT F. IV
VALUABLE IMPROVED KtCAL PltOl'EETY
NEAK THK-CITY HALL.
By virtue ofa decree of the Supreme Court or the
District or Columbia, r-assed n iuity t luie 3.3 5,
Equity Docket it, Elliott, trustee, et al. vs.
Lan-ontt al., I shall nell at public atictlon.ln front
of tl.e premises, on 5IOK DAY. the list day or De
cember, 1S7I, at 4 o-elock, p. m., al! the 'lgiit.t t'c.
Interest and estat of the defendant, ytTd II. La
mon. In and to parts or lots Nos. 1 and 11,1a square
4SJ. In the city or Washlnglon.bound and described
as follows, towlf leglnnlngat the southeast cor
ner of said lot 1, and running thence north 93 feet
3 Irctiis; tlience eist feet 8 Ilccies; thence sontb
Co feet three Inches to north E street: tlience west
by and with the lino of E strtet 20 reet 8inc'iea to
the point orbeglnnlng, Improve I by a three-story
brick dwelling-house. 6ML street. ..,.,
The right, t tie, Utereit and state of slid Ward
11. Lamon in the above dcscr.bcd real property be
ing for tie lire of a gentleman now 87 jcars of agj,
Terms or sale as prescribed by the decree arc
cash, of which 10o must be paid as a deposit at the
time of purchase, ir the puieiyscr sha.il rail fully
tocomrlywlth the terms or sale within ten days
after tlie day of sale, the trustee rnervis the right
to resell said property at tie risk and cost of tbe
first purchaser. M a8foih.. Trnstree.
dcll-dids J. T. COLDWELL. Salesman.
N1TED STATES MAKSHAL'S SALr! OF
tA.1AU HUA10,Dl.Jl.l.fcUV-l v
In virtue or a wilt otfenfaeiat on Judgment
orcondetnnatlon. Issued out orthe Clerk's onlreof
the Ettprcme Court of the District of Columbia,
and to me directed, I will sell at pnbllo sals for
cash, at the Seneca atone Company's omce, fobt of
IC and Twenty-sixth streets ou Rock Creek, in tje
City of Washington, Dlstiict of Columbia, on
MONDAY, the 3t day of December. 1J74. eotn
menclng al 11 o'clock a. m., the following Rjods
and chattels, to wit, vl ,
Twot'anal Boats-Oeneral Dent and Lanra:
Ono lotScntcaStone, 'Mreised:'' ,
One lot do. tlo. "nmlrcssed," anil
Two Derrick and Blgglng. .,..,.
telicland lev le.1 npou as the goods and hattel
or HieMaryland Freestone Mining and Manhfae--turlng
company, of Montgomery county. Mary
land, end will oo Md to satisfy execution) No.
1J.S14, in favor, of Mark Young mKm
' U-8' MSM1L!VALA1,Cni.I.t-
BY K. J. SWEET, . '
Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer, J
Ml Seventh st,, ppp. Uted States Post OMce.
TRUSTEES'ALE OF A. VALUABLE BUIIiD
1N4 Ltrr-ON THE WKST SIDE OVTHIR
XKKNTII hTIIE;T, KEABTHK l,OaVEjt OJT
T &TREET KOlJTIlWJtsr. AT AUOTIOS.
By vUtneof a deed of trust, dated March 20. A.
D. 1S74, duly recorded In Liber No. 743. folfa 207,
"ia. j . .-1- -. stsA tllttrUt nf t 'A lima
bia,and at Ihc rciiueatof the partyseenred thereby,
we will sell, at public auction. In front of tn
one ox iueiou muiu, iu n -. ,
premises, oniiiuiciiAi. u.lTusc,."l "iP.ir
following described real estate, altnate In Wash
ington, O. C.tolti Lot-U. In John L- ljfau's
utxuvisien or original ui-i-, ".,i""i1-"'vr,i7,
Ingon Thlrleentlt strtet 20 rect oy a depth of 4i reef
"rermii'tiio.wlih Interest at ten per cent J ftdV
March's), 1(74, today of saleVaad expeDse of sale
In catht balance In six ani twelve inpnths,f with
.interest, secured by It deed of trnst. Onehuhdred
.dollars at, te time or-sile.' All'oaTiyanclng at
' the trxpcne ' f tkepnrcliaser. I
r l BllAWA'ltl! IL WAIJKEB,.I TrnJtec-f
y EET, Atct,
T THOMAS K. WAOGAMAN,
steal restate Auctioneer, am seventu strecv.
ELIOIHLK THREE-ST'KT nRICK IN" REALli
TEKKAC'Ef NO. 21t A 8TUEET bOUTHE 3T
OnbATI'ltwAY, llieKth lar --" December, n;4,
at 4 o'clock p. in., I khsll offer lor lc on the prem
ises, lot lettered O. In square 7j1, frontiott: 19
.ct H Inches on A street BTJil.eit. U-twecn second
anaTLlrd strtctf, an! yamihi? back. IB feet t a
root alley, taiprored by stortk bouse of twelve
Terms day of le.
BY B. IT. WABlVEn,
Heal Estate Broker d Auctioneer.
jTexjeral BuUdlngs. coraertieTWtt'ana-y ats. If-W.
TltUfcTEE'SSAr.E OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
l'KUFERTY IN KOUNUUV- PLACE," HE
TWkEN O STREET ANI NEW YOKSC AVE
NVB AND THXETEENTiT AND FOCK
TEENT11 STREETS NORTHWEST, NEAl.
lrOUNDRY CHUKCU,' AT AUCriO.
By rktup of a deed of trust date- August 12, A.
T. 1879. dulr rrcordefV In lalber No. hL f o'la I'M.
one of the laud records for Washington roirntr.tn
the District of ColumUla, and at tuf-xenest of the
ariy tec urea luereoy. me unuersmneu wm sen,
n front of the Dremhetf. at DUblic auction, on
auui-.cia.a, JLieceiaDerai, iss-i, iu aoxk p. ia.,
the fullowiasr described real estate, situate fa tne
City of Wa&blngton, Dist-lct of Uohimbls, taw It;
All that parcel of land or lot numbered wren, (7.)
In square numbered two hundred aad ttftj-two,
(252,1 and beinc the back portion of a l-t described
a3--llie west thirty (30) feet from front to rear of
said lot numbered seven, (7,) In squire numbered
two him 'J red and fiftjtwo, (Z-A) frontlnz on i
street north," lmmeiiately west of and- adjolntn?
thepnrPofiald lot sold anil con.eyed on tho 2tli
Alarch, 1S63, to Benjamin II. StlnemeU; bes Inning
for the same at the northwest corner f said lot
nntniiercd seven, (7,) and the wet part ors-iM '
lot above mentioned, and running tbe nee ea-t I
rimriy iu; icei, luencc sou in oue ucnureuaun iiircv
(103) feet alx (6) Inches thence west thirty (30) feet,,
thence north oue hundretl and three (lOUrfect six
f() Inches to the place of Iwjcinuln; being tu- pirt
of lot conveyed by Richard bmlfh aud Brook
31acLaIl to Brook Mac tall, Jr., trustee, by del
dated June IS, 19-, and recordel IntlbcrNC'T,
No. 8. folio 116, Ac., land records of Washington
city, D. C, together with the improvements, coa
sUitngof seven (7) two-sto-y frame dwellluRSt.
Terms: Five thousand ($5,1007 dollars, with In
terest at ten per cent, peranuumlrotn August 12,
in?, to day of ta e and expanses of sale laca-.li,
and the balance at six months, for wblc.i the note
of the purchaser, bearing lnterot from the day of
sale and secured by a deed of trn&t on the property
sold, will be taken. A deposit of one hundred
(10u dollars will be required of the purchaser at
the time of sale, and all conveyancing at th ex
pense of the purchaser. Terms to bccom:liedw1tti
in live days, otherwise the property will be retold
at the cost and risk of the defaulting pun-li-iser.
JOS. J. STEWART. Trustee.
J. T. COLD WELL,
BY AYASH. n. WILLIAMS, Anct.,
(Successor to Green & Williams. Auctioneers, )
Ko. 1X1 northwest corner Tenth and D streets.
TRUSTEE'S-SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
PROFKRTi' UN THE EAST SIDE OF TIUB
TEENTU STREET, BETWEEN I AND Iv
bTRhETS NORTHWEST. IN SQUARE TWO
11U.NDUED AND EIUIITY-FIVE, (3.)
By virtue of a decree of theSnpremeOurtoftbe
District of Columbia, passed In a certain cause
therein depending, wherein John Vau Rlswlckls
complainant and Thcophllus E. Roessle et ux arc
oefendanta. belug cause No. 3,'i. Equity Doekt t
17, tbe undertgntd, as trustee, will s -11. In frost
or the premise, on TUESDAY, the -"'in day of
December, A. D. 1374, at -I o'clook p. m., all that
certain piece or par.-el of zround situate an Hying
lu the city of Washington, anJ known and de
scribed as parts of lots numbs-red twel.e (12) sn-l
thirteen, (13,) in Davidson's recorded subdltldoii
of square numbered two hundred and eight, -live,
(2?5,) beginning for the same at the northwest cor
ner of said lot numbered thirteen, (13;) thnncs e-t
along the line of a thirty-foot alley In said subdi
vision laid down o2 feet and Inches: thence soitlt
along the east line of said lot twelve (It) 21 feet and
S laches; thence west iiftt andGlm bestothelina
of Thirttenth street weit: thence north 22 feet and
5 inches to the place or beginning, saving and re
serving for the nse of the owner or owners of the
property thereto adjoining on tho south side, the
right of w ay In Ingress and egress to an Alley thre
(3) ieet wide from off the cast end orthepUceor
parcel of ground hereby conveyed.
Also, all that certain bleie or parcel of ground
beli'gtbe rear parts pi lots numbered eleven (II)
and iwelve, (12,) In Davidson's s Jbdt. islon of s-iuarc
numberedtwohuudredandelghty-ttve. (2,) begin
ning for said part at the distance of Su rect aud A
Inches, more or less from the southwest coenorof
the alley running through said sduire, and. run
ning thence south 22 feet an I 5 inches; thence eat
2 feet; thi nee north 22 feet 5 laches; thence wost to
the place of beginning.
The Improvements consist of a handsome, Out
class brick Dwelling Hou.e.
The property will be sold sublect to an existing
deed of tiust, recorded In Liber 7t3, folio 26 1, of the
I andReconlsor the District of Columbia,, dated
December 20, 137?, executed to secure the payment
of a promissory note of even date to the Arlington
Fire Insurance Company, District of Columbia,
for $7,tX0. five years after date said note bearing
interest at ten percent, per annum, payable semi
Terms of sale: One third of the purchjse money
to be paid In cash, and the balance, bearing Inter
e&tat the rate or cUtit per cent, per aunumfrom
the da of sale, in three equal Installments, paya
ble at rlx, twelve and eighteen months after the
said day of sale, the deferred payments to be se
cured to the satisfaction or the trustee A deposit
or$200wlll be required at the tlm of alio. If the
terms of sa'e be not compiled with in nve diys
from the day of sale the trustee reserves the right
to resell tbe property, on such public notice as he
may deem best Tor the Interest of all parties, at the
cot of tbedefanltlng purchaser. All conveyancing
TALLMADiiE A. LAMBERT, Trustee.
delO AYASH. B. WILLIAMS. Am-t.
BT- B. II. WAlWiEB.
Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer.
Federal Buildings, corner Seventh and F sts.K.W,.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE SUB UR
BAN PROPERTY IN WASHINGTON COl'V
TV. 1). f. AD.IOINBD 11V "TltlMDAl)"
AND TUbVaIIMS OF CAPT- C. P. PAT
TERSON AVD THE LATE BBNJAMIN I.
FEN WICK, AVD THE ASYLUM FOB THE
DKAF ANi) DUMB. OV T-4E BALTIMORE
AND OHIO RAILROAD, AT AUCTION.
By virtue or a deed of trust, dated September I,
A. 1). 1871. to Daniel L. Eaton and myself, duly
recorded In Liber Vo. Ml, folio -ST, one of the Ian I
records for Washington county. In the District or
Columbia, and at the re itiest of the party secured
thercbyri will se.l at auction. In rront or the
premLes, on MONDAY, December 23, 1S7I, at 3
o'clock p. m., all that certaln.plecean.1 parcel or
ground tltuate, lying and born- In the county or
Washlngtou.D.C, comprised within the following
metes and bounds, to wit: Beginning at the Stono
Ko. 4. planted at the northwest corner of that part
of youngsboro'," formerly owned by t.core
Oyster, called "Trinidad, "' and running thence
south sevent5-seven (77) degrees, cast Ave ()
perches, more or liss. with Oytcr s line, that
runs to stone No. i, to the west line, condemned
for the railroad; thence north forty-two and a half
(423,) degrees east, one hundred and seventeen (117)
perches and seven (7) links with said condemned
line to a .m Islon fmce formerly put up between
this and part of a lot ownetby LdwardFeawlck;
thence wllh said line fence north twenty-three (SI)
degrees one hundred and thirteen (113) perchea and
r.f. n l.u llnbntn a loen.t tree standinir at th-
end or said fence, marked for a comer-: them-e
souibslxty-nveanda quarter (Si'4) degre-swest,
forty-eight (13) perches and seven (7) links more
or lcai. to the ilii lslon line separating this Unit
from the land rormcrly held by Mr. Derringer;
thence with said line and a continuation or the
direction thereof to the beginning Stone No. 4,
containing sity-rur (61) acres one (1) rood ami
twentT-nlr.c (29) perch.s, more or less, excepting
six (6) acres and thirty-three's:) perches, sold to
one Mangnm by Benjamin I. fcawnk, in deal
dated Scptember20, laot.
Terms: 7,0', with Interest at ten percent, per
annum from June 5- HTi to daypr.ale, and ei
pensesorsale In cash, and the balance at alx ami
twelve months, with Interest rrom day of ssle, se
enved by a deed of trust on the property sold; 1:0
as .- deposit will be required at time or sale. All
cot veyanclng at expense of pnrc laser. If tonns
ofsale are not compiled wllh In ten days rro-ii day
or sile thetrn.tee rewrvM the right tore-ell the
property at the risk and cost or the defaulting
iiutchascr after ten days' 'advertisement.
nttincE W. SflCKNEY.
J. T. COLDWELL.
BY LATIMER & CIE.IBY,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Brokers,
Southwest corner Pennsylvania avenue and
Eleventh street, star Office Buildings.
TRUSTEES' 8ALE OF A VALUABLE IJOJEL
PROPERTY ON TUE CO.tVF.R OF NlNTil
AND F STREETS VORTIIWEsT. Kiytt N
A3 THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL. Ar AUCTION.
By virtue of a deed or trust to tho undersigned,
dated December's, A. D. 1S71. and duly recorded
December , A. D. Is71. In Liber Vo. 68. folio 412,
one of the land records for Washington county. In
the District or Columbia, and at the request orthe
party f cured, we will sell, at public anction, pa
WEDNESDAY, the lClh day or December, A. D.
1874, at 4 o'clock p. m.. In front or premises, all
that parcel of land and premises, situated In the
elty of Washington, In the District of Columbia,
known and described upon the official plan of said
city as and being alltho-e parts of lots numbered
nineteen, (19.) twenty (20) and twenty-one, (21,) In
square numbered taree hundred and seventy-seven.
In tbe city or Washington, in the District or Co
lumbia aforesaid. Included within the following
mites and bounds, vlx: Beginning at the northeast
rornerof said square, and running th"-ni-e west on
F street northwest afty-two 5i) feet eight (8)
Inches: thence south elghty-stx (S3) reet: tlience
west slxty-nlue (69) feet six () Inches; thence sonth
thirty () feet; tlience cast to Ninth streit west,
and tlience north along aald Vln.h street to the be
ginning, together with all the Improvements,
rights, privileges and appurtenances to all the said
pnmlses teionglng or in anywise, appertaining,
1 emg known as tie St. Cloud Hotel. cornr or
V.lntfi and Fsticcts northwest. In the said city of
nTiSrms,rrniate: One fourth cash; fe balance in
one, two and three yuars. tor which the pnrchiser
will give his three several promissory notes, dsti-d
onthcdayofsale, and bearing Interest at the rats
orelgbt per ctnt. per annum, payable icinl-anntt-aily,
and secured by deed of trust upon the nrjmi
scaand policies of Insurance satisfactory to the un
dersigned: or all cash. If the purchisrr so prefers.
A deposit of I,OCOwlll be required as soon as the
property Is knocked on. All conveyancing is to bs
at the cost or the purchaser, ir the terms of is e
arc noteotnpllcd with within ten days after the aale
theTrnstces reserve the right to resell the property
at the risk and cost of the ilefanltlng parchvser.
HEHRY BOOUE. Tru5tecs.
LATIMER X CLEABY,
TTN1TED STATES MAKSHAL'S SALE.
In virtue or a writ of fm facia; Issued out of
tbe Clerk's ollce or the supreme Court or the l)ls
trlct of Columbia, and to me dlrecte J, I will sell at
Subtle aale lor cash. In front of the ciurt-house
ooroC said District, on MONDAY, th.- Sthday
of December. 1374, at 12 o'clock m.. the rpllow-Ing-dcscrlbedprepeity,
First itrett by looreet.ieen or lot No. 23, lnsiuare
Ko. &s3. In Mnaurn's subdlvulon of aald square In
thecltyor Washington. D. C, togethir wlti all
and singular tbe Improvements thereon, selzeilan 1
lev led npon as the property at Henry llaion, and
will be wld to satlsly execution So. tj.u In favor
ofSamncIKorment ALEX. SHARP,
oi oamuci - V9 Manual, District of Columbia.
PgCtvmtr. 3. 1874. dect-d
B-y'Tf. X. WAT.li W.. Anctloneers,
Kew Marble Building, . ,
Kos. SCO and 902 Pennsylvania avenue, corner Ninth
SALF, OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE ON
CORVER OF (J AND FIFTEENTH STKETETS
Byxlrtueof adeedoftrust, bsarlng date the 4th
orKovemlx-r. A. D. 171, and recorded In Liber No.
60ri, at rollo ii, Ac., one or the Ian t records tor the
District of Columbia, and upon tho written drder
or the party secured thereby, the nn lerslznedtwlll
offer for sale at nubile auction on WEDNESDAY,
tbe IStb day of December, 1:74, at 4 o c'.o:k lathe
afternoon, all that piece or parcel of gronnd lying
and being In Washington city, on the sontkeast
corner Of 4 and Fifteenth streets, and bounJed as
followst-Beglnnlngforthe same at the northwest
corner of square no. 33E, an 1 run thence south
along the line of Fifteenth ttrcstlOO feet, tlience
east IS feet IS-lnehes. t icncc north and natallel
with Fifteenth strcr- taofeet taO.ttrcet.an 1 thenee
west with the south side ofQ str. et 13 feet 2lj laches
to the place of beginning. It belug parts ot hftt 13
and IS In Drurys subdivision of square Vo. 20)J The
above property 1. Improved bya three-story brick
dwelling-house. , j
Termsof sale: One third of thepurehasenioney
In cashjand tlie residue In slxanltwetro ma J tin,
"with interest dTonnlay of sale soenret ttpoa the
, property. A deposit or 2t will be rcqntre llfro-n
the purchavcr ss toon as t te pronTtv is struck otr.
All conveyancing nt the cost of the purchaser. It
the terms ot the .ale are not coup ld with lit nve
days, the trustee reserves the right to resell at the
risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser upob ave,
ey-v,. """--'TCARTER MARBUBY. Trns ee.
W.-4.r WALL A CO., Auctloactrs,
BY WAhll. Ji. WILLI AM.S, Auct'r,
(Successor to Oreen A Williams, auctioneers.)
Ko. 1301. northwest corner of Tenth and D streets.
AN IMMENSE COVSlCiVMEKT OF TOYS,
FANCY AND CHBISTAIA3 OUODS AT PUB
Slid". Hobby Horses, Velocipedes. Propellers,
f-ho Flies. Crying and Sleeping ax IJolfs, Doll
rouses. Donkeys, Klephsnta, btables,W arehouses.
Mechanical Danclns-. Walking and other Toys,
Koan-sArks, Holy Stables, Letter and Bulldmg
Blocks. Lead Soldiers, a line assortment of trim
mings for Chrstmas trees, stoves. Savings Bank-,
The above stock will be sold at iwibllc auction,
commencing TUESDAY, December 17. at7o'clock
iwm., and contlnnlng every evening thereafter
until the w hole atock Infold.
Terms cish. WASU. B. WILLI AM3.
decld tCapItalj Auctioneer.
Y I)U.CAVSOV BHOS., Auctioneer-.,
isouiueasi corner amm and u streets r,. v.
HOCSEHOLI) EIFFrTS OF A LADY PF.CLIV
IXO HOUSn.hEgPI.NO AT AUCTION.
On MONDAY MORNING. December 14, eoot
mencing at 10 o'clock, we will sell, at No. 711 E
-treet southwest, the entire ctfeets ofa lady declin
ing housekeeping, consisting of
HairclotU ParlorSct Marble-top Tables.
Bedsteads, Bureau. Washstan'is.
Cane-teat Chairs, Dining Extension'TaMe.
Crockery, Ulase and Tinware.
Cooking and Heating Stoves.
Carpets. Ac, Ac,
With other-articles not enumerated
Termscash. DUVCAVSOV I1R04..
doUlt (Star) Auctioneer..
BY W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneer j,
New Marble Building,
Kos. 00andiK2Pcunsylvanlaavenue,comer Vlnth
PEREMPTORTBALEOF AN ELF.OAVT STOCK
OF BODY AVD TAPESTRY HRUfSaLs CAR-PtTS.TIIKSE-PLY,
AND HEMP CARPETS: RUOS, COCOA MA.il
TiN(:i2-4, 10-4, j-i. s-4 and 4-4 oilcloths.
On MONDAY MORJCIKG, Decemiier 14, 1874,
commencing at 10 o'clock, we will sell on the sec
ond Coororour salesrooms a large asortmcnt of
Carpets, Ac. We name In part, viz:
J. Crossley A Son's Body Brassels.
" Tapestrv Brussels.
Bright. IUgglns S. Dixon's Tapestry awl BftJy.
Pleies Three-ply Lowell ani Hartford,
pieces supcrani! Extra Ingrain.
Pieces Hemp and l:ag I arpets.
50 pieces low-priced Ingrain.
KO pieces 12-4, 10-4, 8-1. C-4 and 4-4 ilcl:h..
10 pieces Stair Oilcloths.
23 rolls Cccoa Matting.
Velvet and Tapestry Rng3.
We call snee.al attention or buyers to the above
sale, ss the goods are of this season's manufacture
and Importation. Gojda will be sold lalots to suI7
Termscash. WM. L. WALL 4. CO..
BY B. II. WAItXEIS,
Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
Federal Building, corner Seventh and F sts. V. W.
TRUSTEE'S SALS OF VALUABLE LOT OP
LAND ADJOlNINO tiOOD HOPE. ANO ONE
MILE FROM THE KAVY YRD BRIDGE.
Byslrtueof adec-loftrust dated 16th dayor De
cember, A. D. 171, dnlv recorded In Liber No. 6,
folios 213 et seq., one of the land recordsfor Wash
ington countv. In theOistrlct of Columbia, and at
the requist or the pa,ty securea thereby, the un
derslgne.1 will sell, at the hotel or Robert Martin,
lu L'uiontown. at public auction, on. TUESDAY.
December 22, 1874, at 4 o'clock p. m., alt that cer
tain piece or parcel or land, sitnate and being lu
the county of Washington. In the District or Co
lumbia, and known and distinguished as all that
part ot lot numhered two, (z,)lit Theodore Mo-h-cr's
subdivision of -BeaH's Discovery." situate
and lying east of the Eastera brauch. of the Poto
mac river, and near Good Hone, according to the
plat of said subdivision, of record in Libjr t33, at
fcllo its, or tbe 1 md records or tha said District of
Columbia, and bctg the same piece or parcel of
ground which war conveyed to John Robertson by
Thtodore Mo her and wife, hrdeed bearing date
the ICth day or December. A. D. rs71. and duly re
corded, and to which rererpnee 1. hereby had aud
made tor a more particular de-cript Ion said It of
land containing sixteen acres and eighty hun
dredths of an acre.
Terms One third cash, and the balance at. one
and two years fietu day of sale at eight percent,
interest, and -eenred by deed or trust on the prem
ises. A deposit of one hundred dollars (t0i))wlll
be required of tbe purchaser at the time of sale,
and all conveyancing at the expense of thi pur
chaser. Terms.to Decompiled with In live days,
othtrwl-c the property will be resold at the cost
and risk of the defaulting purchiser.
MAIILOV ASHFuRD. Trustee.
J. T. COLDWELL, Saleaiuan.
BY W. L- WALI.& CO.,AnctIoneers,
Vew Marble BrJlding,
Kos. 800 and 982 rennsylvanlaavenuccorner Ninth
ELEGANT EOSEWOOD-CAS E PIANO, ELE
GANT PARLOR SlITES. WALNUT CHAM
BER SUITE?, SIDEBOARDS, WARDROBE.
BOOKCASES, ETEOERE, EXTENilON-TA-BLKS,
VrALVTT BEDSTEADS AVI) BU
REAUS. MARBLE-TOP TABLES MUSK'
STANDS HAT-RACK, HAIR AVD SHUCK
On TUESDAY MtiRVING, December IV, H74.
rommf nctngat 10 o'clock, we will sell onthefirsr
fooror our salesrooms a lirge collection or Fnrul-
ti.re, Ac. We name In part, vL:
One Square Grand Rosenood Piano, T-octave',
Ore Rosewood-case, 7-octavc Plano,KMeyer;) cast.
Walnut Chamber Sets, with Dresilng-ea'ea and
Bnreans: 10 plet.es complete.
23 Sets Walnut Chamticr Suites, 3 pieces; direct
Parlor Seta In BrocateUe, Reps. Tarries and Hair
cloth. Wall j t Bedsteads, Bureaus. Wasastand-.
Wardrobes, Hat-racks, Etegeres.
Walnut and Oak Extension TablM.
Cottrge chamber Sets.
Hair and Shuck Slattresses.
Tapestry and lngxaln Carpets.
A lot or Second-hand Furn.tuie, tarptts, ic.
Termscash. WM. L. WALL (Oi,
de!2-3t Star Auctioneers.
BY W. L. WAIi, CO., Anctlonecri,
(New Marble Building.)
Kos. 000 and !X2 Pennsylvania avenue, corner Ninth
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IM
PROVED TROPERTY OV NINTH AVD C
STRELTS AND ON PUBLIC SPACE AND
EIGHTH SHEET EAST. . .
By virtue of a decree or the Supreme Court of
the Dlstrictor Columbia, passed on tbe 2d or De
cember, 1874, In Eqnlty csuse Ko. 3.M7. wherein
Charles C. Langley anil others were plaintiffs, and
AnnV. Langley and others are defendants, the
i ndcrslgned will -ell. on TUESDAY. the22d day
of December, 1S74, ou the premises the following
otsnamtercd rrom fifun (13) t twenty-flve
(25) Inclusive, or Langley'. sdbdlvI.on or Lot,
four, (4.)flve(-i)and.iartorslx, (p,) In square nine
hundred and forty-live e43).
Also, Lots numbered rrom twenty-one (21) to t ven-ty-slx
(2b) inclusiva, or Langlwy'a subdivision of
Lots three (3) and four, 11), In. square nine hundred
Also, Lotsix,(C.)I.an?ley'ssabilIvislonr part of
Let one. In square nlnohuniiridand s event), (Tn.)
as recorded In subdivision book, W. B. Ma'ruder.
rolio 141, in the Surveyor's office of the District or
This property is de .Irablv located, and most of It
Impr.'td with comfortaMe dwellings. It will be
sold in separate parct la, and affoMsa tire oppor
tunity ror the purchase of homesteads or for oay
Ii g investments.
Terms: one fourth cash; the balance In six,
twelve, elrhteen ana twenty-rour raent is rront day
orsali-; the dererred payn-ents to (x- -ccured by the
notes or the purcliascr and a Ilea upon the property:
or the pnrcha-er may pay all cash, at hi option.
All conveyancing at cos: of porjbaser. AcU-poslt
or30wlllbrvinlreiloneach parcclof tne prop
erty at the tlmeof. ale. If the pjir. haser flit, to
comply with tbe above terms within seven davs
afttrsale. the property purchased by hint mtv be
resold at his risk and cost.
(1EOBUK W. PHILLIPS. Truste-.
CeX-td WM. L. WALL A CO.. Anctluteers.
BY PIJSCAASOS BEOS., Anetloneerm,
Southeast corner Ninth and D streets N. W.
TO THE TRADE AVD PRIVATE BUYERS.
IMPORTANT AND POSITIVE.
SIE OF CHRISTMAS TOYS FINE FANCY
tTOOI'S, HIOIl-COsT DOLLS. FINE
GLASSWARE, CHILD'S TOY
WAIOXS, HORsKS. AC,
On MONDAY MORVING. December 14, com
mencing at It o'clock, and EVENlNG.at 7o'cloek.
w.thln our anction rooms, corner of Ninth and 1
streets northwi st, ty order of S. Samstag. we shall
sell. In lots to suit the trade, a very large and
splendid assortment of Christmas go-kIs, Toys,
Ac, In part comprising - ,., .
Boxes Tovs, Cornets, Noah's Arks. Furniture,
Klnc-plns, Drummers,Anlmal,Balanclng Horses,
Ape,lcphants, lot Family Bird-. Roosters, Trej
Ornament.. To-d-boxes, Chirkcn Yards, iarge as
sortment of flnc Wax Dolls, sets of China Cups and
Saucers. Bohemian Glass and Cologne Sets, Fan.-y
Vase-, Ornaments, Steam-engines, with au endless
vat kty of goods not enumerate I.
Stock or ( hlldrcn's -' ' '?es. J'obby IJorses,
Wagons, Ac. DUKCANSON BROS.,
BY niixr.vxsox BROS.,
Auctioneers, southeast corner of Ninth and D
VERY DESIRABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY
SOUTHWEST AT AUCTION. .
On TH EsDAY' next, the 13th tn-unt,at 4o clock,
in front or 'he premises, wc will sell at public auc
tion lots 14, 13 an J 16, in square 457. situated as in
the caption, containing In all 11.11 square feet.
This property contains four or ave nne building
lots, and Is also Improved by a snbstantlal and
rommodlousbrlck dwelling. The sale to the highest
Terms: One third cash: balance In six and twelve,
months with Interest at stx percent. Depositor
deU-td WM- rElltCB BELL. I Tmstecs.
CARRIAGES!!! . . ,
1 have in dock the Snest selection of Hrst-clasa
famliv carriages ever offered for sale In Wanlng
ttn, embracing Landaus, Landauleltes. Coupes
and all other styles suitable lor fall and winter use,
at low prices.
KepaYrlng P"P'J-,,' ,iRAHAH.
Kcw 1'eposltory-and Factory 410-414 KlghUistrert
norlbweat. , dcell-3t
JACKSON WAGONS AT REDUCED
BATES. We have lust received a new lot of
those superior WAGONS for farmers and haulers.
A few heavy Lumber or Truck t AUONS, manu
factttredexprclyfoMhRy & BEIX
Corner of Massachusetts avenue and Fifth street
412, 414, una US Fourteenth Street.
REPAIRING- In all Ha branches. All carriages
left for repairs, storage, or commissi mare lnsared.
AUEKTS for Brewster A Co., (of Bros me street.)
Fifth avenue, Kew York.
" " EXCELSIOR
manufactured and sold by Madame M.E.BjCARY
Teacher of waxwork in all Its branches, trarour-
tcentb street, between Hand I streets northwest,
scg-em i - -
CAPITOL HILL FEMALE SEMINABY,
217 donth A, street. 1
Between Second and Third .streets southeast,,
eepa-tr JIBS. L. .X..DEANE. PrlncipaL
Jr.. GATJLFIELD, MX'S. DOtti.
s will remove his Musical Academrrrdm I Cpn
rrrgatlonai Church to I3S4 I street, northwest, Oc
oblr L Previous to that date, please address com
.......i..,'.,.. ,n sr.tT.rott'BMuKleRtore- PcnnsvV
tanla avenue, et;-tC.
I paiioiml cpMinm
ROMANCE IX A NEW YORK COURT.
A Brooklyn journal furnishes the following
sketches of two remarkable women who ap
peared not lon-r since in the Supreme Court of
that city in thc-eoarecterof pUintlff aid de
fendant: Helen P. Blavaiskr b about forty years of
age. At the age of seventeen, she married a
l.ufsian nobleman and Counselor of State,
then in his seventy-third year. For many
years they resided together In (Messa, ani
finally a legal separation was effected between
them. The busbanj. died recently in his ninety-seventh
year. The widow Is cow a resident
of the city of New York; she is highly accom
plished. As a musician she has few superiors.
She converses and writes fluently in lfussian,
Polish, Romaic, Low Dutch, German, French,
Spanish, Italian, Portuguese; and English. She
has translated the-wjrksof Darwin, and the
Treatise of Buckle on Civilization in England,
into the Russian language. She is thoroughly
tersed in the Darwinian theory, and embraces
its doctrine in her creedi She is a firm be
liever in Wallace's Scientific Spiritualism, and
is a member of the Order of Roiicrucians, the
medal of which she wears.
A WOXDEEFtX RECORD.
Her life has been one of many viclsltndes,
and the area of her experiences is bounded
only by the world. It is said that soon after
she entered her teens, she visited this country
with a party of tourists, hunted the moose in
the forests of Maine, lassooed the buffalo ex
the Western prairies, rode through the gorges
of the Rocky Mountains, and camped with the
cold seekers of California. On her return to
Europe she married, and in the struggle for
Italian liberty, donned the helmet and the
gauntlets, mounted the fiery charger and
fought side by side with the heroes who ranged
themselves nnder the victorious standard of
Garibaldi. She won renown for unflinching
bravery In many hard fought battles, and was
elevated foa high position on tbe stall of the
great general. She Et ill bears the scars of
many wounds received in the conflict, for
where the fight waged fiercest there the youas
heroine was cer to be found. Twice her horse
was shot under her, and she escaped hasty
death only by her
COOLNESS AND MATCHLESS SKILL.
Altogether Madame Blavatsky is an aston
ishing woman, and despite tho life of excite
ment she has led, and the scenes of danger and
hardship through which she has passed, is
still fminlne in her tastes, ladylike In her de
portment, and fascnating in her person and ad
dress. One vice only and, if it can be called
a vice, a very n-ild on? she acquired in camp,
and that she retains to this day she smokes.
But she does it in so distinguished a manner,
and. is so perfect an expert in the choice of the
fragrant weed, that the habit seems to lend a
charm to her presence, and to give just that
spice of eccentricity to her character, which
suits cue with such a history as Iter's. Added
to all this, she is wealthy, generous and Inde
pendent,, and, therefore, can do very much as
she pleases without exciting envious comment
and slanderous jealousy.
Se much for the plaintiff in the suit referred,
to. Now for the defendant.
Madame Clementine Gerebkois the daughter
ofa French Count, who was high in tho favor
of tha Emperor. At this moment her uncle is
French ambassador at the British court In
lSC9,when Clementine was but seventeen years
old, she accompanied her father on a pleasure
trip to Russia. While crossing the CauctsLtu
mountains, the tourists met with an accident
-which delayed their journey, and necessitated
thoir taking refuge in a roadside inn. Thera
they met a Russian gentleman in a similar
condition to themselves, and an acquaintance
sprang up between the companions in misfor
tune. Their new friend, Count John Gerebko,
was aa officer of high rank in the Russian
navy. He was young, accomplished, fascinat
ing and susceptible. Though Clementine spent
but a few hours in his company, he fell in love
with the beautiful foreigner, and when the
tourists continued their journey he accompanied
TUE ACI EPTED SUITOR.
In a sfcort time. Count M. was recalled to.
Taris by the Emperor, and Clementine
returned with her father to the French capital,
and resumed her studies under Chopin, the cel
ebrated music teacher, and soon became the can
tre of a throng of admirers. Gerebko followed
hcrto Paris, and was cordially received. It was
soon discovered that he was the favored suitor.
He declared his love and was accepted. A
short time afterward Napoleon ordered Count
M. tnHuui. on . scuct mission, and he took:
hiJ daughter with him. Gerebko was also of
the party, and not long after their arrival in
St. Petersburg he and Clementine were mar
tied amid great pomp, all the leading nobility
of .the Empire being present at theccremony.
Two yeors ago Monsieur Gerebko and Clem
entine came to reside in this country. They
Durchased a beautiful residence at Northport,
in Suffolk county. Here they lhetl very hap
pily for tome time.
TnE OLB, OLD STORY.
At length, however, Gerebko began to ab
sent himself tfrom home, and frequently re
turned w ith signs of dissipation on him. He
made away with large sums of money, and
offered all kinds of excuses and explanations.
Finally, when over $50,000 of Madame
Grebko's money-had been squandered, she dis
covered that her husband had been unfaithful.
She accused him of the crime, and announced
her intention of procu.Ing a divorce forthwith.
Gerebko trathercd together all the money he
could lay hands on, appropriated his wife's
jewels, and entered himself as mate on board j.
merchantman bound for Australia. Thither he
has gone, declaring his intention never to re
turn. A suit for eflvorcc has been begun, and
an order of publication procured.
It is cow necessary to explain the circum
stances under which the suit referred to at the
outset was begun. Madame Blavatsky first
met Madame Gerebko at the residence of the
RfSSIAV CONSUL IV SEW VOBK.
A warm friendship was-the result. Madame
BIcvatsky'was a frequent visitor at Madame
Gerebko's villa, at Northport. The latter was
..,.lAn.l.l. fnn.1 nf flrnrpra and Wft.4 deSirOUS
of laying out magnifleent terrace gardens.
Madame Blavatsky.it is alleged, offered to
advance money to enable her friend to carry
out her project, and furnished $4,000. Since
this a misunderstanding has arisen between
the ladles, and Madame Blavatsky avers that
she advanced the one thousand dollars on con
dition that Madame Gerebko gave her a mort
gage to secure it. Madame Gerebko denies
this, and the suit has been begun to compel
her to specifically perform the contract by ex
ecuting a mortgage. Application was made
by Counselor A. Marks, for the defendant, to
compel her to give security for the costs, on
the grounds that she was about to quit the
country. The application was opposed by
Major J. H. Bergen, whoappeared for Madame
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