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THE NATIONABUBIJIDG;.!PRIDY.IMOBNIHG Ati.IL 161875.
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BUSINE88 DIRECTORY.
Oontalnlnic Cards or FIrstCIaas KstelM
Usbmenta In all Branches or Bmlt
leu In the District.
AGRICCLTCKAL WAKEHOPgrj."
. A. Baker, 9 S2S, MSLa. aye,, bet. th A lOthit,
."5- ARCHITECTS.
Henry R. Searle, 710 E it. , opp. P. O. Dept.
Chas. T. Davie A Co., 6157th t., opp. Pat. once,
W. M. I'olndexter Vernon Bow.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
O. D. Barrett, 117 H street.
Beo, W, Dyer, eorner Seventh and J" streets.
J. T. K. Plant, 708 E itreet; J. P. Notary A Com.
BAKERIES.
B. B. Knit, 8. E. cor. Pa. are. and 18th itl.
BASKS AND B&NEEBV
X. B. Squler Co., Bankers, No. 14l('Pa. are..
Pay 8 per cent on all Deposit, Par of Army
Ofifcers cashed In advance.
BUn A Co.. Executive ave., cor. 15th it.
BEEE-HAarGEBS.EOCKSHTTHS, c.
r, Fred. Fischer, lS5th street, bet. F and 8.
BLEACHERS.
A, T. Wultlng.strawh't and b't bleach er,S24 Pa. av.
BOOKSTORES.
Colonions A Chapmans' Metropolitan Bookstore, ill
Pa, ave., bet. 9th and 10th sts. Constantly on
band the newest and most fashionable styles of
pla'n and fancy stationery. Card plates, "at
borne, and wedding Invitations engraved in
the highest style of the art. All the new publi
cations received as 60on as Issued.
Warren Choate A Co., nrst-claas Book and
Stationery Store, 911 Penna.avenne.eor. 10th St.
D. A. Rrosnan. (Catholicism (J St., bet. vth A 10th.
BBASS 'WOKS.
Rations! Brass Works, SIS, as "and SJ0 lJthlst.n.
w.: Thos. Somerville, manufacturer or all ar
ticles used In the Plumbing and Gas and Steam
Filling Business; a complete stock of Plumb
ers' Supplies, Ac, constantly on hand.
BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE, do
O, W. C. Rohrer, . w. cor. nh and D streets,
Oeneral Commission Merchant.
CABINET SHOPS.
Wm. Walter. 933 E street, near 19th.
CARRIAGE FACTORIES.
Bobt.II. Graham, 410, 412, 4H8th street n. w.
McDermottABros., 210 Pa. av,, near 3d it.
CLOTHING STORES.
all, Robinson A Co., sa Pa, ave.. Merchant
Tailors- fine clothing for men and boys.
COAL TAR AND ITS PRODUCTS.
Cage A Fletcher. Distillers of Coal Tar and Renti
ers of Coal Tar product. Oflce 1302 Penna,
avenue, BEruBLXCAX Building.
DRY GOODS.
spA Wvlle; One Price: 1CIS A J020 7th it. n. w.
GAS FIXTURES. c
Alex it. Shepherd A Co., 910 Pa. ar bet. 9th and
13th streets. Constantly on hand a Terr large
stock of everything appertaining to the Plumb
ing and Gas Fitting Business; Trade Supplies,
wholesale and retail: Chandeliers. Reading
LUh's, Brackets and Slate Mantels, in large as
sortment and of thenewest patterns; also, hand
some Crystal Chandeliers and Clocks, All use
ful no eltles received as soon as out.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
J. W. Kennedy A 'o., 612 Pa. av., bet. 6th and 7th,
IIOK.SE-SFIOERS.
t. F. Dran. K St., bet. 9th and 10th, and 1382 D St.
Horses shod according to natural shape of foot.
INSURANCE OFFICES.
German Am. Fire ins Co. F St., few doors east of
7th N. W.
INSTRUMENT MAKERS.
C. Fischer. Surg. Instruments Trusses, 622 7th St,
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
E. C. Weaver, Justice of the Peace and lonvey
ancer, 613 7th st. N. W.
LITHOGRAPHERS.
Komi Peters, 458 Pa. ave., near i street. Photo
Lithography a specialty.
LIVERY SI ABLES.
Keyes A Co.. cor. 14th and D sts. Close carriages
for wedding calls and receptions. Boarding
and livery stables. WUlard'a hotel stables.
Allison Nailor, Jr,, sooth side Pa. aye., near.ltth
U, opp. Imperial and Wlllard'a.
LUMBER YARDS.
Nath'l I . Kugltt, 13th street andJ,.Oh!o avenue
N. W
OPTICIANS.
H. H. Hemsler. 453 Pa. ay., cor. Vt St.
OB.VAMENT1L IRON WORKS.
Joint A. Hayward. Wrought and Cast Iron Ball
ings, lfH Fourteenth street northwest.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, Ac
Beorge Kyneal, Jr., 6S D street, bet. 6th and 7th.
Dealer In all kinds of paints, oils, glass, putty,
lamps, brushes, Ac Also, always on hand a
full line of artists materials. Orders from city
or country promptly attended to.
PAPER HANGERS, Ac,
Douglass Moore, 309 9th St., bet D and Pa. aye.,
Practical l'aper-nanger and Upholsterer. Wall
Sapers, window shades, carpets, oil cloths, Ac.
.11 orders for work In either branch of the trade
executed with skill and dispatch at lowest rates,
PATENT AGENTS.
Mann A Co., (Scl. Am., ) cor. 7th and 1. opp. P, Oa
Unsurpassed facilities for Patent Bnsiness.
Beorire W. Dyer, corner of Seventh and F streets,
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERIES.
The Brady hatlonal Gallery." Hoyt, Artistic
Photographer, 627 Pennsylvania avenue.
PLUMBERS AND GAS-FITTERS.
Alex. K. Shepherd A Co., 910 Pa. ave,, bet. 9th and
2Cth sts. , Practical Plumbers and Steam and Gas
fitters and wholesale and retail dealers In all
kinds of supplies appertaining to the trade; a
very large and select stock constantly on hand;
all useful novelties received as soon as out;
orders from city or country for work or goods
d: omntlv attended to at the lowest rates.
X. A. Hldgeway, xn D street, bet. 9th and 10th.
REAL-ESTATE AGENTS.
Nourse A Mlddleton. 612 15th St., opp. Treas' Dept,
STAMPING DEPOTS.
Mrs. Zypprecht, Ml 11th st. Also Dressmaking.
STATIONERY, e.
Ben. F. French. 613 15th st., nnder Nat. Metropol
itan Bank. Stationery, Ac, a specialty.
STEAM AND GAS FITTERS.
Alex. It. Shepherd A Co., 910 Pa. ave., bet. th and
loth sts. See Plumbers and Gas Fitters.
STEAMSHIP LINES.
Anchor iiNEr
L KITED STATES- M4.IL STEAMERS
Sail c. ry fiaturdav from
NEW YUBA AND GLASGOW.
Favrrltc route for Tourists.
Flntfrt approach to .reat Britain.
I'ast ngtr accommodation unsurpassed.
BATES4IK PASSAliK:
From MCWlOKlito
(..LSbl-W, Lit ERI'OOL. BELFAST,
or LONDON 1IERRY,
CAi.ivs-$7i. fc5 and $jo Currency.
Iitum McUts at reduced rates.
bleerage always as low as by an other
FlRST- LASS LINE.
COMPANY'S OFFK F.S: 7 Bowling Green. New
Yort; MlssAi nk K. Humphrey, 430 Tenth street.
near Pennsylvania avi ni.e; CammacV A Co. , 143
r slr t aplO-STuAThJm
POTOMAC TRANSPORTATION
LINE. The stcamir -Sue, Capt. James
Harper, and steamer 'Express.- Capt. J. T,
Barker, will leave. Baltimore, tplerNo. 16, Light st.
wharf-jewy TUESDAY and THURSDA.Yat 4
p. m., for ahington and Georgetown and Inter
mediate landings.: returning leave Stephenson's
wharf, foot uf Seventh btnxl, everv MONDAY at
9 p. m.. and FRIDAY at 12 p. m. Th;se steamers
are clean'i. furnished with every eoivenlLnce
for the comfort of to trave'lng public and are
unsurpassed to passengi r and freight arconimois.
tlon1- bv any boats on the Potomac river. ALL
1UVEII FKEIGIIT MUST BE PREPAID. For
further information apply to
STEPHENSON A BRO..
Ageits Sv Tenth street wharf.
msr"-an SlarJ
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD.
BCGULAB POST STEAMSHIP TRAVEL
BETV7XXX
BREMEN AND BALTIMORE,
VIA SOUTHAMPTON.
r Tee stein-ers of the North German Lloyd, of S.500
ions, have been newly furnUbed with all the modern
Improvements.
BALTIMORE....- ....Captain LUllenhaln.
BERLIN Putscber.
OHIO r Meyer
LEIPZIG ' Hoffman.
BRAUNS-CHWE1G... UndneUch.
NURNBERG.(l,OOOtonsl " Jaeger.
Will roa regularly between BKEMEf. and BALTI
MORE, as follows:
From Bremen. From Baltimore.
OHIO April 7. May 1. 1875
LEIPZIG A rll 21. May 15. 1ST5
W URN BERG .. April Is. May 22, 1875
BRAUNSCHW'G May li. June 5. 1375
OHIO - .. May 26. Jun. M, 1S74
LMPZIG June 2. June 26, 1875
And henceforth every wees:.
The steamer will taki passengers to Bremen,
Southampton, London and liavre and retnrn.
Paicjt of PasgAox. In gold, from Bremen to
Baltimore: Cabin, JitO gold; steerage.124 currency.
From Baltimore to Bremen, Southampton, London
and Havre: Cabin, 90; steerage, t:i in rnrreney.
luturn tickets, in steerage, Hl-M. Children be
tween one and ten years, half price; children not
over one year, S3 currency.
Ail other arrangements are be same as the New
Further Information can be ascertained by apply
by letter to our General Agents.
W .. A. SCHUMACHER A CO.,
lo. 9 Spnth Charles street, Baltimore, M0.
Agent for Waa)ilngton:cHABtES WAIiTE
Kb. VH D street, opposite City Hal!.
SO-Also, Bills of Exchange on principal places
In Lurope. mylS-tf
AMERICAN LINE.
HAIL STEAMSHIPS.
our Ixliig Carrjw lb iienra im.
Sal.lng every Thursday from PHILADELPHIA
For Qneonitovm and Liverpool.
Cabin, Intermediate and Steerage
ACCOMMODATIONS UNSURPASSED.
Bates as low as by any other first-class Line.
PETER WEIGHT A SONS, General Agents,
PHILADELPHIA.
SHERMAN A CO., Bankers,
aug!9-ly Its F trc t, Washington. D. C.
TM-EKOHANTS'LIN E OF STEAMSHIPS
"UX WASHIKeTOi?AND!SKW TORTS.
Hereafter the fine .terishlps E. C, KSIBMuj
JOHN GIBSON wiiimake regular WEEKLY
TRIPS BETWEEN NEWYORK, ALEXANDRIA,
WASHINGTON and GEORGETOWN, as follows:
Leave New York from Pier S3 East Blver eyerySai.
srdayats p. m. Leave Georgetown every Friday
t ' . and Alexandria the same day at 15 in.
For fulilnformatlon apply to B. P. &"'
business once and whirf. tt Water street.
Georgetown, or at the oO'"'' the pre-ident,neax
P-sjjeetbrlage. j. W MOMggOjL,
CARRIAGES.
CAltLlAOES! CARRIAQES!!
t ARRIAGE3 ! ' :
I have on hand and nnishlng a large stock or new
and -eio. d-hs ud Carrlares, -jf the latest slylesand
ilnlsh, vine'. Iwuixdi lo- for casn or approved
pane1" Ajso. pair of sorrel Ponies for sale. Will
ef! one I" t i
Ilrvai lag done in the neatest manner.
JOHN M. YOUXO,
1 Si th strict, near Lo ilslana aren'Je.
a pi T
ESTABLISHED 1844.
A. 3". TO"C3jE3.
CARRIAGE MANUFACTURER,
412, 414, and 418 Fourteenth Street.
BEPAIEISO In all Its branches. All carriages
left for epalrs, storage, oreommlsslonare Insured.
AGESTdforBrewsturACo.,fof Broome street.)
ymh avnue. New York. aucU-tf
T
HREE STORES IN ONE.
Hamilton & Pearson,
Y. M C. A. Building. Ninth and D streets.
C I'ANDEMF.ES. PL'MBRI GOODS,
Marble Mantels. Blate Mantels.
And the l.rge t variety of other goods useful and
ornami ntsi. south of New York. Wholesale and
retail. mhll-tf
PROPOSALS.
JHOPOSALS rOK MATEEIALS.
Ji. .
NAVrDKPARTJIUXT.
BtmEATJ OF YAHDS AKD DOCKS,
. , Washisotox, D. C AprU 8, U7J. S
Scaled proposals for each lot separately. In
dorsed "Proposals for Lit No." (name the lot,)
will be received at this oatea until 10 o'clock a. m..
i of the 6th of May next, at which hour the opening
oi tno digs win do commencea. ior lurnisuiug sun
delivering at the Navy Yard, League Island, free
of all expense to the Government, the following;
Items of materials, classified in lots as following:
LOT NO. 1-QRANITE.
About five hundred and eighty-one (Ml) lineal
feet granite sub-bare course, tea (10) inches to
twenty (0) Inches rise.
Five hundred and seventy-fire (STS) lineal feet
granite base course, twenty-two and one-half (22f)
Inches rise.
Two hnndred and eleven (211) lineal feet granite
anti-bases, ten inches to twelve and one hall (U4)
inches rise.
Twenty-three (23) door-tills, five Inches to twelve
(12) Inches rise, twelve and one-half (12m inches
to two (2) feet one and one-hair (1U) Inches tread,
and (3) leet one and one-half (IK) inehei to tea
(10) leet two (2) inches Ions;.
One (1) Keystone, eighteen (18) laches long, fif
teen (15) Inches deep.
Four Ml Keystones, sixteen (It) Inches long, fif
teen (15) Inches deep.
Two (2) Keystones, ten tad one-half (10U) Inches
long, ten (10) inches deep.
Four (4) Keystones, twelve (12) inches long, six
and one-half (8) inches deep.
One hnndred and two (102) Keystones, twelve
and one-half (U) laches long, six and one-half
(6K) Inches deep.
xa
hlrty-nine 1391 pairs skewbaeka. two 11 feet
six (0) inches long, five and one-hair (5H) inches
deep.
Fifty-four (54) pairs skewbackt, two (2) feet one
(1) inch long, five and one-half (&$) Inches deep.
Six (8) pairs skewbacks, one (1) foot ten and
one-halt (10J) inches long, five and one-hair (S)
Inches deep.
Eighty (80) window sills, seven and one-half (TU)
inches rise, sine (9) Inches wide, four (4) feet eight
(8) inches long.
Ninety-two (92) window sills, seven and one-half
(7K) Inches rise, nine (9) Inches wide, three (3)
ieet ten (10) Inches long.
Forty-seven 147) lineal feet caps (moulded.) ten
(10) Inches rise.
Forty-fire (45) lineal feet caps (moulded,) fire
(5) Inches rise.
beventy-three (73) lineal feet astroglia
(moulded.) two and one-balf (2) Inches rise.
Deliveries to commence with sub-base and base
course, with" ttree (3) weeks from date or order,
and to contir."e a required by the progress of the
work upon th building until completed.
LOT NO. 2 SLATE.
One thousand (LUOO) pieces sawed slate, twelve
(12) inches by twelve (12) inches by two and one.
lourtn 1- incnes.
Twenty-eight (2S) pieces sawed slate, twenty
four (24) Inches by twelve,(12) inches by seven and
one-halt (K) incnes.
Twelve (12) pieces sawed slate, twenty-six and
one-nair (2DU) Inches by twcnty-slx and one-hair
(2U) inches by two and one-fourth (2') inches.
Four (4) pieces sawed slate, fortv.flve (45) Inches
by seventeen (17) Inches by seven and one-hair
(K) Inches.
Une-hairof the first Item to be delivered within
two (2) weeks, and the remainder within four (1)
weeks from date or order.
LOT NO. 3-1RON BEAMS.
Two hnndred and sixty (290) fifteen (15) Inches
light and heavy rolled Iron I beams, from eigh
teen (18) ieet to twenty-six (23) feet one (1) Inch
long.
To be delivered within three (3) weeks from date
of order.
LOT NO. 4-BKIOKS.
Eleven hundred and twenty.five thousand (1,
125.000) straight, hard bricks.
Two hundred and twenty thousand (223,090) dark
stretcher bricks.
Thirty-one thousand (31.000) dark pressed bricks.
Fllteen thousand (15,000) skewback bricks, to
pattern.
Five thousand (5,000) moulded bricks, to pattern.
Deliveries, comprising a due proportion of each
kind, to commence within two weeks from date of
order, and to continue at the rate of one hundred
thousand (100,000) per week, or more, ir required
by the progress of the work, until completed.
Proposals for the above will be received from
granite. Iron, slate, and brick manufacturers and
dealers only, who are themselves actually and
regularly engaged In the business, and who pos
sess the necessary facilities and ability to furnish
without delay, and In the most satisfactory man
ner, the virions items specified. All of which
must be or the best quality or material, manufac
ture and workmanship.
The granite to be of light Qntncy or Cape Ann
stone, tree rrom sap, stains and all defects or im
perfections, wrought true to sixes and in the most
workmanlike manner, according to drawings, spe
cifications, samples and schedules, and equal In
all respects to samples.
The slate to be of sound material and sawed
smooth and true to sixes.
The 15-lnch 1 beams to bo cut In lengths and
marked according to drawings and schedules, and
to have one coat or oxide or iron paint.
The bricks to be or the best quality or Philadel
phia hand-made, uniform in site and color, well
burnt, and equal in all respects to samples, and to
be delivered In good condition and carefully piled
near the building site where directed.
The several Items to be delivered promptly at
the time specified, subject to the approval of the
Commandant, to whom bidders are referred lor
lurther Information.
Drawings, speelficatlocs, samples and schedules
can be seen at the Civil Engineer's ofiLce,atLsague
Island.
The right Is reserved to reject any bid that may
not be deemed advantageous to the Government.
Responsible security will be required for the faith
ful delivery of the above In conformity with the
stipulations of the contract, and each offer mast
be lor every article In any one lot, otherwise bids
will not be entertained.
JOHN O. HOWELL,
apW Chief of Bureau.
TPROFOSALS FOR MILITARY SUPPLIES
DEI-OT QlABTERMASTXR'S OFFICE.
:C.)
UAJ UlUAUll SIllUI, llllLAUf-brillA,
Annl S. 1375.
Sealed proposals. In duplicate, with a copy or
this advertlrement attached to each, will be re
ceived at this office until noon, Slay 21, 1875, for
furnishing the United States Quartermaster's
Department with the following-named articles,
vlx:
3,125 Uniform Dress Caps, 5,000 Campaign Hats,
30000 Forage Caps and Covers, luO.ooo pairs
Woolen Stockings, 100.000 pairs White Berlin
Gloves, 25,000 pairs Boots, 50,000 pairs Shoes, 25,
000 Woolen Blankets. 25 000 pairs Woolen Mit
ten!, 700 Wall Tents without tiles, 2,000 Common
Tents, 700 dozen Scrubbing Brushes, 50,099 yards
0 4 sky bine Kersey; 3,837 yards Facing Clotn, va
rious colors, 200,Wj0 janls grey twilled Shtrtlng
Flannel, 50.000 yards colored Cotton Jeans; also,
Helmets, Hone Hair Flume;, Cords and Bands,
Ton Pieces and Plume Sockets, Eagles, Scrolls
and Rings, and Side Buttons for Helmets, Pom
pons, Metallic Dress and Forage Cap Ornamtnts,
Crescents for Ccats, Iron Bunks, Axe Helves,
Drum Cords, Black Silesia, Blaek Padding,
Canvas Psddlng, Black Italian Cloth, Cotton
Wadding, Spool Cotton, Sewing Silk. Silk Twist,
Braid and Cord of various colors, Fly Battons,
Hooks and Eyes.
All articles will be subject to a rigid Inspec
tion, and bidders are Informed that a full com
pliance with specifications will be Insisted upan,
and that no article inferior to the standard will
be accepted.
The Government reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. Bids are requested for the deliv
ery or the articles at Philadelphia, Jefferson.
vllle, Ind , and alro at San Francisco.
A preference will be given to articles or domes
tic production and manufacture, conditions of
price and quality being equal, and such prefer
ence will be given to articles ol American produc
tion ana manufacture produced on the Pacific
coast, to the extent of the consumption required
by the public service there.
All articles which are to be used lo the States
and Territories of the Pacific coast will be received
and Inspected at San Francisco, Cal.
For Information, in detail, apply at this office.
Envelobes containing nronosats. to be Indorsed
"Proposals for Military Supplies," and addressed
to the undersigned,
iturus 54.TUS,
apiz ot&.Diyis,Gi
Deputy Q. M. General.
pHOPOSALS FOR FRESH BEEF.
Oitice A. O. S., Foet McHttraT. BID.
April 10, 1875. (
Sealed proposals, In duplicate, will be received
at this office until 11 a. m. May 15, 1875, for fur
nishing the Fresh Beet required by the Subsist
ence Department, United States Army, at this
station, during the fiscal year commencing July
1, 1875, and ending June 30, 1870.
Information as to conditions, quality of beef,
payments, ic, can be obtained by application to
J. H. LORD, Lieut. 2d Art A. U. S.
apl2
PROPOSALS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF
BlVEliS AND llAUBOItj.
U. S. EHOiirEEtt's Office, )
Portland, Mk., April 3. 1875.
Proposals will be received at this office until 10
o'clock a. m. on WEDNESDAY, the 5th day or
May next, for Improving the following named
rivers and harbors, vlx:
1. MacniAB Kivee, He. For about 15,000 cubic
Tarda of dredging.
2. Pxvobscot Rivxb, Mt For about 20,000
cubic yards of dredging.
3. Causes Hahbob, Me. For about 30,000
cubic yards of dredging.
4. Ke&sebec Rives, Me. For the removal of
1,775 cubic yards of ledge In "the Narrows."
5. IEicHMoxs'e Islakd. Ma-For lurnlsblng
about 10,000 tons or rubble stone for the break,
water.
e. Cocbeco Rivet, N. 11. For about 4S4 euble
yards of ledge excavation, and about 9,000 cubic
yards or dredging.
7. Mebriuac Rites, Mass. For about 0,500
cubic jards of dredging.
8. HosTOTt Habbob, Mass. For G0.O90 cubic
yards ol dredging, and for completing the re
moval or Kelley's Rock.
9. Hisohak Habbor, Mass. For about 11,000
cubic yards or dredging, and the removal orabont
100 cubic yards of sunken ledge.
10. Plymouth Habbor, Mass. For about 25.
000 cubic yards or dredging.
Persons desiring to make proposals for any or
the above works are requested to apply to the
undersigned at his office. No. 11 Clapp's Block,
Congrers street, Portland, Me., or No. la Pember
ton square, Boston, Mass., for specifications and
further Inlormatlon concerning the same.
Proposals must bemado tcparattly or each
irort, as required by the specifications, each pro
posal to be In duplicate, on printed forms, which
will be furnished on application at this office,
and to be accompanied by the requisite guarantee;
and when transmitted must be so indorsed as to
Indicate, before being opened, the particular
work bid for.
The endersigned reserves the right to reject all
bids which. In his opinion, are not reasonable:
also, the bid or any person who, la his belief, will
sot falthtully and promptly perform the coo.
tract. ClEO. THO.M.
nfliet Lieutenant Colonel of Engineers.
Epilepsy or Fits.
A SURE CUBE for this distressing complaint li
now made known In a Treatise (of 4) octavo pages)
on Fortlgn and Native Herbal Preparations, pub
lished by Dr. O. FnELrs Buoivx. The prescription
was discovered by him in such a provldcntUl man
ner that he cannot conscientiously refuse to mike
It known, as 11 has cured everybouy who bisued
It for Fits. neer having failed In a elngte case.
The ingredients m-.y beobtaluel fro'nanydrn
gift. A copy sent free to all applicants ty mil'.
Address Dr. '. PIIKLPS UltUlVN, 21 Grind
street. Jersey City. N. J. mhtf-Tli.t
JACQUES JOITOAL'S
tjtatjbxjS ro-onics,
So. Oil D Street, near Leirta John,
don & Co.'a Vnub.
All MOKUJIENTS on hand sold at a great reduc
tion. All new orders made by designs of the latest
styles. The hestworkmanstilpanl best ITALIAN
MARDLE guaranteed. febZS-tf
PROPOSALS
- " Sr '
IROPOSALS FOR INDIAN QUODS.
JL.
DlPAnTJJIST OF TOE IHTXHIOR, 1
Orricx or Ind iam Affairs, J
, .. . . .. March 23 UTS. )
Sealed proposals.-lndorsed "Proposals for In
dian Goods, Class No.." (L s or 1 as the ease
may be.) will be received at No. 82 White street.
New Sork, nntll 12 o'clock m. oa TUESDAY,
the 27th day of Abril. 1875. for furnlshlnr. In the
quantities therein given, any or all of the ar
ticles named In the following list:
! The above Place will be onen for business on
and alter April 10,1879.
The bids will be opened In the presence of the
Board of Indian Commissioner! and a committee
to be designated by th Secretary or the Interior,
and read publicly In the following order:
Class No. 1 at 12 o'clock to.
Class No. 2 at 1 o'clock p. m.
Class No. 3 at ISO o'clock p. m.'
All the goods, excepting the Blankets, will be
required to be delivered la New York, Philadel
phia, Chicago, St. Louis or St. Paul, by the 15th
day of May next, each bidder to specify place of
delivery.
The Blankets are to be delivered at any of the
places above named aunig tne montn of J one.
Class ho. L
BLANKETS AND DRY GOODS.
3,000 pairs S-point white Macklnas Blankets, to
measure 1)0x72 Inches, and weigh eight
pounds.
1,800 pairs 24 point white Macklnaa Blankets,
to measure 64x69 Inches, and weigh six
pounds.
800 pairs 2-polnt wtlte Macklnao Blankets, to
measure 42x50 Inches, and weigh Ore and
one quarter pounds.
600 pairs ljf point white Macklnao Blankets,
to measure 3tx50 Inches, and weigh four
and one quarter pounds.
2,500 pain S-point scarlet Macklnao Blankets,
to measure 60x72 Inches, and weigh eight
pounds.
2,400 pairs 2J-f point scarlet Mackinac Blankets,
to measure 54xM Inches, and weigh six
pounds.
500 pairs 2-point scarlet Mackinac Blankets, to
measure 42x50 Inches, and weigh five and
one quarter ounces.
4,000 pairs 3-point Indlgo-blue Mackinac Blank.
ets, to measure 60x72 inches, and weigh
eight pounds.
2,500 pairs 2polnt Indlgo-blue Macklnao
Blankets, to measure 64x66 Inches, and
weigh six pounds.
LOCO pairs 2-polnt indigo-blne Macklnao Blanc
ets, to measure 42x59 Inches, and weigh
five and one quarter sounds.
2,2u0 pairs 3-point green Mackinac Blankets, to
measure 60x72 Inches, and weigh eight
pounds.
1,600 pairs 2f point axeen Macklnao Blankets,
to measure 64x68 Inches, and weigh six
pounds.
COO pairs 2-polnt green Macklnao Blankets, to
measure 42x56 Inches, andjwelgb. fire
and one quarter pounds.
15,000 yards Saved List Blue Cloth.
15,000 yards Saved List Scarlet Cloth.
3,000 8-4 Woolen Shawls.
3,090 pounds Linen Thread, standard make, Nos.
SO, 35 and 40; two thirds dark blue, one
third whlty brown.
800 doten spools Cotton, standard make, 200
yards, 3-cord and 6-cord.
240,000 yards Calico, standard prints.
50,000 yards Indlgo-blue Drilling.
35,000 yards good Bed Ticking.
150,000 yards Brown Sheeting. 4 4 standard.
110,000 yards standard Duck, s-ounce.
40,000 yards Plaid Llndsey.
8,009 yards Blue Flannel, twilled.
12,000 yards Red Flannel, twilled.
8,000 yards Kentucky Jeans.
16,000 yards Satinet.
500 yards Colored Drllltng(for dress lining).
1,000 yards Bleached Sheeting (for shroud;).
3,000 yards Blue Denims.
9,000 yards Hickory Shirting.
800 dosen Cotton Handkerchiefs.
700 doxen Men's Wool Socks.
600 doxen Women's Wool Hose.
600 doxen Children's Wool Hose.
10 doxen Woolen Scarls.
8,000 Red Flannel Shirts.
5,009 Gray Flannel Shirts.
10.000 Hickory Shirts.
3,600 Calico Shirts.
1,000 pounds Ollllng Twine. 2 and 3-cord, equal
quantities, Nos. 39, 35 and 49.
600 pounds Cotton Maltre, for Seines.
Clan Ko. 2.
CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES.
2.500 Sack Coats, usorted sizes, (or men.
2,500 Pants, assorted sites, for men.
800 Vests, assorted sites, lor men.
609 Loose Sack Overcoats, large size.
300 Suits (Jacket and pants), for boys five to
ten years of age.
100 Tests for boys five to ten years of age.
5,000 Men's Wool Hats, assorted sixes and col
ors.
200 Boys' Weol Hats, assorted sixes and col.
ors.
600 Heavy Casslmere Caps.
1,500 pairs Men's Shoes, good quality, assorted
sixes.
1,000 pairs Women's Shoes, good quality, as-
sorted sixes.
300 pairs Boys' Shoes, good quality, Nos. 6
and 6.
250 pairs Misses' Shoes, good quality, assorted
sites.
600 pairs Children's Shoes, good quality, as
sorted sties.
Clatt So. 3.
HARDWARE &c.
600 pounds Indigo.
600 doxen best Cast-steel Axes, 3 to 4'X pounds.
300 doxen best Cast-steel Hunter's Axes,
Handled.
300 dosen Ax-handles, 33-Inch, No. L
430 dozen short-handle Fry Pans, Nos. 1,2 and
3. In eoual Quantities.
300 doxen Iron Pans, pressed. 2, t and 6 quarts.
150 doxen Tin Plates.
1,009 doxen Tin Cups, pints and quarts.
20 dozen tinned-Iron Dippers, long handles.
600 dozen tlnncd-lron Tablespoons.
200 dozen timed Iron Teaspoons.
1,000 dozen Butcher Knives, 6 Inch.
75 dozen Hunting Knives, 6 Inch.
100 dozen Skinning Knives, 6-lncu.
100 dozen Knives and Forks, good quality.
60 dozen Pocket Knives.
100 dosen Taper Saw Files, 4U Inch.
50 dozen Mill-saw Files.
125 dosen Planters' Hoes, No. 2, best cut-steal.
60 doxen Hoe-bandles.
75 dozen Hatchets.
400 dozen Fish-hooks, assorted sizes.
100 dozen Fish lines, assorted sizes.
225 dozen Sewing Awls.
150 dozen Sewing-awl Handles.
175 dozen Cast-steel Shears, 7X and 8 Inches.
475 dozen Coarso Combs.
300 dozen Fine-tooth Combs.
100 dozen Open Thimbles.
175 dozen Zinc Mirrors.
175,000 Needles, assorted sizes.
70,000 Needles, Glovers'.
175 Beaver Traps, Newhouse, No. i.
75 Mink Traps, Newhouse.
8,000 Camp Kettles, in nests of three.
4 500 hunches Beads, assorted colors.
Bids (to be Indorsed "Proposals for Drugs") will
alto be received formedlcal and hospital supplies,
schedules of which will be furnished on applica
tion to this office or to the office in New York.
The letters "U. S. L D." will be required to be
plainly marked in the centre of each Dlanket fur
nished nnder this advertisement.
Parties bidding are required to furnish sam
ples of the articles bid forwDut no sample mast In
any way Indicate the umt of the bidder, bat
should be identified with the propasal by a pri
vate mark, which should bo the same upon the
proposal asnponthe sample. Special care should
be taken to adopt such a private mark as will In
Sure distinction from other bidders. Failure to
comply with this role will subject the sample to
rejection.
If bidders will mark the price on each tample
E resented. In addition to giving the price in the
Id, it will much facilitate the making or awards.
No samples will be opened nntll after all the bids
shall have been publicly read.
In executing the contract the right will be re
served to Increase or diminish the quantity or any
ol the articles embraced In the foregoing schedule,
and the further right will be reserved to Increase
or decrease the amount specified In any contract
to an extent not exceeding twenty-five per cent.,
and the right is also farther reserved to reject
any or all proposals. If such a course should be
deemed for the best Interests or the Govern
ment. The articles furnished nnder contract mast be
delivered at the places designated for their re
ception, packed and marked according to dlrec
tlons for shipment without extra charge for cases
or baling when in original packages, and will be
subject to inspection by the Board of Indian
Commissioners; and such articles as may la any
respect fall to conform to the samples will be re
jected and the contractor neld to furnish others
or the required quality wltbtn Jive days; or, fall
ing In that, they will be purchased at his ex
pense. No bids wll be considered' rrom persons who
have In any respect defaulted In any bid hereto
fore made.
No contract, or part thereof, will be permitted
to be sub-let or assigned to any other party with
out the written consent of the Secretary or the
Interior.
Payment will be made on the presentation of
Invoices at this office, alter they;! hall have been
properly approved.
At the execution of the contract a bond will be
required tolls fall amount lor the faithful per
formance thereof, with two or more sureties,
whose sufficiency must be certified to by a United
States or district attorney.
Blanks for proposals will be furnished on ap
plication to this Office or to No. 8i White street
New York.
Every bid amounting to 15,000 or over mast be
accompanied by a certified check or draft, paya
ble to the order of the Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, upon some United States depository, or
upon some one or the following national banks:
Chemical National Bank, New York: Metropoli
tan National Bank, New York; National Bank
of Commerce, New York; Union National Bank,
Chicago, HI,; National Bank or the State or Mis.
souri, St. Louis, Mo., which cheek or draft shall
not be less than five per centum oa the amount
of supplies proposed to be furnished; and In case
any bidder on being awarded a contract shall tall
to execute the same with good and sufficient sure
ties, according to the terms of his bid, snch bid
der shall forfeit the amount so deposited to the
United States: but If sneb contract shall be duly
executed as aforesaid, such draft or check so de
posited shall be returned to the bidder.
Each bidder must designate his place of busi
ness and post office address, and parties residing
outorNewTorkrare requested to furnish a New
York reference with their bids, and also their ad
dress while in that city.
Bidders are Invited to be present at the opening
of the bids. EDW. P. SMITH,
ap2-FfcTntd Commissioner.
IRON FOB LANDING PIER NEAR
LEWE8. DEL.
UXITEB STATES ESCIXEXB'S OFFICE, )
1328 CUE5TNCTSTHEET, I
, , FllILASELrniA, April 2, 1875. j
Sealed proposals. In dnpllcaterwlll be received
until 12 o'clock m. or rATCKDAT, the 17th day of
April, U75, tor iron for this work. .
For further information apply at this oflie.
J.D. KUBCZ,
ap!2-St Lieutenant Colonel 1 1 Engineers.
"PROPOSALS FOR FRESH BEEF.
Officb A. O. S., Fort Foots. Md., I
April 12, 1S75.
Sealed proposals, la duplicate, will be received
at this office until 12 o'clock, m.,'Msy 12, 18T5, Tor
furnishing the Fresh Beef required by the Sub
sistence Department, U. S. Army, at this station,
dnilEg the fiscal year commencing July 1, 1875.
Also, separate proposals for furnishing officers
with choice cuts lor the same period.
Bidders will state In their bids that theynnder
stand their proposals may be accepted for supply
ing Fresh Bee! forlisae, or choice cuts af Beef
lor snle to efficers, separately, the ono without
the other.
Information as to conditions, quality or Beer,
payments, fcc, can be obtained by application to
T. T. THOKNBUHOH,
aj.12 Ct Lieut. 2i Art., A. O. S.
AUCTION SALES.
Fntnre Days.
BTDCNCAASON BROS.. Auctioneers,
Corner Ninth and D streets northwest. i
ROCK EHON SPRINGS AT AUCTION. I
Will sell at public auction, at our salerooms.
eernrrNlnth and D streets, at 10 o'clock a. m. on
FK1DAY. the 23d davnf Anrff lh. vtlmhlA hnt.l .
property known as
ROOK ENON SPRINGS,
late Capper Springs, situated In Frederick county,
Virginia, shout U milts west of Winchester, Ya,,
together with the furniture, 4c. Ac
Terms: S7,600 cash; $2,500 In one year, aud bal
ance In two and three years, with interest, secured
by deed of trust on the property.
apll
CStar
iuajAJojn uiwa,i
Auctioneers.
BT E.J. SWEET,
Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
all Seventh st opp. United states Post Oflce.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
BK&L ESTATE, ON NEW HAMPSHIRE
AVENUE, BETWEEN T AND U 8TUKET3
N. W.
By virtue of a deed of trust given by Samuel H.
Williams and Emllle M. Williams, his wife, dated
Mayl, A.D. 187X,and duly recorded in liber No. 72s,
loilo 1. one of the land records of Washington
county. District of Columbia, and by direction of
the party secured therehy, in writing, I will sell
at publlo suction, on MONDAY, the 26th day of
April, 1S75. at 4 o'clock p. m., in front of the
premL'es, the following described real estate, sit
uate In the city of Washington. District of Colom
bia, vln Part of lot numbered thirty-nine (S3) la
the recorded subdivision of square numbered one
hnndred and stventy-six (178), commencing for the
same at the southeast corner of said lot thirty-nine
(39), on the line oew Hampshire avenue,runnlng
thence northeasterly on the line et said avenue
sixteen (It) feet, thence west at right ang.es to
said avenue ninety-three (S3) feet to a twelve-foot
alley, thence south with line of said alley sixteen
fie) feet, thence east with said division line be
tween sild lots thirty-nine (39) and forty (40) to
tald avenue and place of beginning.
Terms of sale: The amount of indebtedness se
enred by said trusts unpaid and the expense of
sale in cash; balanee in two eqnal Installments, at
six and twelve months from the day of aale, with
lntei est, secured by a deed of trust on the premises
sold. All conveyancing at the cost of purchaser.
A deposit of iiooat time of sale.
WILLIAM W. 31ETCALT, Trustee.
aplS-ThSM4ds E. J. SWEET. Auctioneer.
BT B. H. WABSEB,
Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
Federal Buildings, corner Seventh and F sts. N.W.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
AND UNIMPROVED REAL ESTATE O
TUB NORTH SIDE OF MARYLAND AVE
NUE AND SOUTH BIDE OF O STREET, BE
TWJIN TWELFTH AUD THIRTEENTH
STREETS NOKTHfcAST.
By virtue of a deed of trust dated November 7, A.
D. 1374, duly recorded In Liber No. 7tS, folio 25,
et seii., one of the land records toe Washington
county. In the District of Columbia, and at the
written request or the party secured thereby,
I shall sell, la front of toe premlics, at public auc
tion, on WEDNESDAY, April 23. 1875, at 5 o'clock
D.m.. all those certain pieces or parcels of ground
situate, lying and being In the city or Washington,
D. C, known and described as the whole or
original lots numbered three (S,) four (4) and
twelve, (1?.) In square numbered ten hundred and
ne, (IOCS,) together with the improvements, Ac
Terms: The amount secured by deed of trust.
l0,lth Interest at ten per cent, per annum
from November 7, 1374, and expense of sale in
cash; balance In equal Installments of two and
three years, with Interest at eight per cent, per
annum, for which the purchaser will be required
to give his promissory notes, secured by a deed of
trnst A deposit ofnfty(V)) dollars on each lot
will be required at the time of sale; All
conveyancing at cost of purchaser. If terms of
sale are not compiled within seven days the trustee
reserves the right to resell the property at the risk
andcostof the Wanitlng purchaser.
THOMAS P. SULI.ER. Trustee.
J. T. COLDWELL,
ap2-F3lWAas Silesman.
BTH. 1I.WAB.NER,
Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
Federal Buildings, cor. Seventh and F sts. N.W.
TBUSTEES'SALEOFVERYVALUABLE AND
DESIRABLE MANSION. No. 1321 MASSACHU
SETTS AVENUE. NEAR FOURTEENTH
NORTHWEST. ADJOINING THE RESI
DENCE OK DR. J. H. THOMPSON.
By virtue of a deed of trust dated June 2, A.D.
1374, and duly recorded In Liber No. 754, folio 248,
one of the land records for the District of Colum
bia, and at request of parties secured thereby, we
will cell at public auction. In front of the premises,
to the highest bidder, on TUESDAY, March 9, A.
D. 1875. at 4 o'clock p. m., all that piece, parcel or
lot of ground situate in the city of Washington. In
said District, and known as lot numbered fifty
nine. (59,) In J. II. Thompson's subdivision of
lots O, H and L and patt of lot F, of Evans' sub
division of original lot numbered twelve. (12,) in
square numbered two hundred and forty-seven,
(247, ) as said subdivisions are recorded in the office
of the surveyor of Washington, D. C, together
with the improvements thereon.
Terms or sale as prescribed by the deed or trnst:
Nineteen thousand dollars, ($19,000,) with interest
at eight per cent, per annum from June 2, 1874, to
day uf sale, with expenses of sale, in cash, and the
balanee In six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-four
months, for which the notes ef the purchaser, bear
ing Interest from the day of sale, and secured by a
deed of trust on the property sold, will be taken.
A deposit of 200 will be required at time of sale.
All conveyancing at expense of purchaser. If
terms of aale are not compiled with In seven days
the trustees reserve the right to resell the property
at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser
after five days advertisement.
EDWARD C. INGERSOLL, lTrnsteei
unitmnii a. -.awu.
J. T. COLDWELL,
Salesman.
febI2-dds
A-THE ABOVE "ALE IS POSTPONED UN
Ul TUESDAY, March 30, 1875, same hour and place.
EDWAltD cTlNGEI.SOLL, lTrn.te.ji
GABRIEL T. CHASE, ( "uaiees.
J. T. COLDWELL.
mh9-TuFAds Salesman.
iTIIE ABOVE SALE IS FURTHER POST
poned until SATURDAY, May 1, 1375, at 6 o'clock
P' m' EDWARD C. INGERsOLL, 1 Tratlee.
UABRIEL T. CHASE. T"""-
J. T. COLDWELL, Salesman.
mh30-Tu4w&TuTh&ds
WOADCOAL.
STEPHENSON A BEO.,
PATENT BUNDLED KINDLING WOOD.
The best In use. Prepared from the nest quality
of Virginia Pine, ana Introducing a Patent Fire
Lighter In each bundle, dispensing with the use of
kerosene, shavings or paper. Sold by all grocers.
Ask for Stephenson's Patent Wood, and take no
other. Every bundle has printed label'glvlng di
rections for use. Alt the b-st qualities ef coal con
stantly on band. STEPHENSON A BRO., aole
manufacturers In this District; office, 1218 Penn
sylvania avenue. Mill and Depot, Seventh-street
wharf. Chronicle. mhu
WOOD!
COAL!
WOOD
COAL!
JTW. n .
XI
T ONB,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In all kinds of
Coal and wood. Cumberland Coal.
Depot at RILEY'S whjrree, root of SlerenU
s Trilftk streets taxttwist .
Ziaa? Ttrd, O Itreet, between. Second and Thlrt
streets northwest. ocl-tf
w
ALTEB H. HABLOTV
DEALER IN
CUMBERLAND AND ANTHRACITE COAL,
OAK. TINE, AND HICKORY WOOD.
Yard, Corner Eighth and B streets southwest,
OPPOSITE SMITHSONIAN PARK.
Branch Yard, Antreet, between Second and Third
northeast.
Goal! Coal I Wood! Wood!
ABBITIHU DAILT.
Ttf
ptj
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER8.
We Invite the public or those In want of fuel to
call at our wharvea and depot,
root or Twelfth and TnlrteeBtH Street!
rSonlbneat,
and we will show them one of the largest and best
selected stocks of COAL AND WOOD ever offered
In the District. Having superior facilities for hand
ling the same, we sell cheap for cash and give 2,149
poinds to the ton.
main OFFICX-Wharves foot of Twelfth street
southwest.
rvn-vcnrq I No. 12C2 F street northwest.
us-jribcs No ujj jjmtj, street northwest
se9-W.FMm JOHNSON BROS.
T. XDW. CLARE.
T. B, CROSS, J8
T. EDW. CLARK & C04
DEALERS IN
LUMBEB, WOOD AND COAX,
DOORS, SASH, BUNDS,
MOULD 15 BB, Tt4, M.
Our stock ox wood and Coal Is large and well's
lected. Wood sawed and split and la the stick. Or
dersgtven at either yard or at our OFFICE, (3
LOUISIANA AVENUE, (under the Beaton House,
will be promptly filled and satisfaction guaranteed
Wharf, Depot and Planing Kill foot Of Fourt
streeteast. lyll-tf.
HOmjSSXfVDRANTS.
New European Restaurant,
904 F STREET, OPPOSITE MASONIC TEMPLE.
A:FtTvrVivrx bodxnt.
Comfortable and elegantly furnished ROOMS.
1 re Cuisine unsurpissed. Choicest Wines aud Li
enors. Vrafrant Clears.
mils of tare for parties and large
tiled In the best style.
THE TREMONT HOUSE
In this city has no equal as a clean, well-furnished
and well-kept Hotel. Rates: Per day, $2.50; per
week, tlO; per month, $33. Table board, 2S.
Northern rooking. -tf
C. C. WILLARD,
3TD"fcltrt jEXoiajso,
WASHINGTON, D. O. ana
WILLARD'S HOTEL,
WASHJNBT.ON, D.O,
RXMODELSD, REFURNISHED, ,
FLTTT PRIVATE BATH-ROOMS
-ANDIlJtVATOBAEDkDi
DpenNomaberl, lgsj. i j , t j
octu-tf J.F.CAEETPropitetoT. ,
STOVES AND TINWAEE.
QT Q W. B". HAKROVKR, Q1 Q
00 SEVENTH STREET, Old
Five doors from Pennsylvania avenue north.
STOVES, RANOESerr-
0 IV ""FURNACES, FrRE-BRfOKfl.
REPAIRS TOR ALL KINDS OF STOVES.
FULL ASSORTMENT4JF noUSK-FUBNIBHINe
tela GOODS.
EDUCATIONAL. ,
exoelsiobT
SHEET WAX,
Iorr atPloxTtT-o-rai,
manufactured and sold by Madame H.EJ3.CARY
Teacher of waxwork In all Its branches, 83 Four
teenth street, between H and I streets northwest,
se22-Cm
BSMmixi
Fntnre Bay.
B
Y DCNCANBO.N' BBOS., Auctioneer,
Southeast corner Ninth aud li streets a. w
ADMIMSTRATOR S SALE Br CATALOGUE
OP THE ENTIRE STLEHDID COLLECTION
OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EF.
FECTS OF THE LATE JEFFERSON RIVES,
EStJ CONTAINED IN NO. 314 C ATREfcT
NORTHWEST, COMPRISINO ELEGANT
FRENCH PLATL PIER MIRRORS, SUITE
OF ROSEWOOD PARLOR FURNITURE IN
BLUB SATIN DAM ASIC, SIXTEEN PIECES;
TWO SUITES OF REAL LACE AND BLUE
SILK BROCATELLE CURTAINS AND GILT
CORNICE RICH VELVET TAP ESTRT CAR
PETS; ROSEWOOD ETEQERE; RICHLT
FRAMED STEEL ENGRAVINGS; MAGNIFI
CENTLY CARVED CLOCK, COST 400; AfAK.
BLE-TOP ROSEWOOD CENTRE TiBLES;
ELEGANT WALNUT HALL FURNITURE;
DINING-ROOM CHAIRS, COVERED IN
LEATHER; OAK EXTENSION TABLE; OAK
SIDEBOARD; ENGLISH BODY BRUSSELS
CARPETS AND RUGS; ELEGANT SOLID
WALNUT BOOKCASE, WITH THE ENTIRE
. FINE LIBRARY, 4-L'.; MUSICAL BOX AND
TABLE, MADE BY HELLER, OF BERNE,
ANP ORIGINAL COST ai,800- NEW FIRE.
PROOF IRON SAFE, FARREL, HERRING
CO.; WALNUT MARBLE-TOP CHAMBER
SUITES; COTTAGE SETS; SECRETARY;
MIRROR-FRONT AND OTHER WARDROBES;
LOUNGES; LACE AND OTHER CURTAINS;
BRUSSELS CHAMBER CARPETS; STAIR
CARPETS; HAIR MATTRESSES; FEATH
ERS: FINE CHINA AND GLASSWARE,
SINNER SETS, -C, AT AUCTION.
Also,
RIFLES, SHOT-GUNS. REVOLVERS. A".
On MONDAY HORNING. AprU 19, commencing
at 10 oclock, at the above-named residence, we
shall sell, by order of the administrator, the entire
splendid collection of Furniture, Ac, contained
therein in part, yix:
KITCHEN.
Refrigerators, Tables, Chairs, Ac.
DINING-ROOM.
Oak Bldeboard, Extension. Table, Engravings,
Books, Brussels Carpets and Rugs, Leather-covered
Chairs, Spring beat and Back Lounges, Lace
Curtains and Lambrequlniand Cornices, Library
Chairs, Walnut Bookcase with t le entire one Li
brary, Fine Inlaid Musical Case of high cost; Tar
res, Herring A Co.'s iron Safe: Fine Cutulass
ware. Dinner Sets, Fine Plated Tea Service, Fire
Extinguisher, Ac
rAELOR.
Very rich an I elegant Velvet Tapestry Carpet
and Rngs, Lace Curtains, Rlue Satin liroca telle Cur
tains, Cornice?, Elegant Rosewood Parlor Salte In
Ulueriatln Damask, IS pieces: elegantly framed
English steel Engravings: Pier and other French
Plate Mirrors; Rosewood Reception Chairs; Rose
wood Etegere: Marble-top Tables; Chinese Tea
Poya, Inlaid with mother-of-pearl; Portfolio Ta
ble; elegant lilgli cost Swli c'arved Time Piece,
beautiful and costly; Mantel Ornaments, Bronzes,
Ac.
HALL.
Hall Suite: French Plate Itegere and Chairs;
Brussels Hall and Stair Carpets; tlronzes, Ac.
ALCOVE.
Body Brussels Carpet, French Engravings, Di
vans, Tables, Shade, Ac,
CHAMBERS.
Rich Walnut Suites of Furniture: French Tufted
and CiishlonCnalrs: Body Brussels and other Car
petsaVtlvet Rags; Wslnut Mirror-front and other
Wardrobes: Mirrors; Oil Paintings; French Cre
tonne Curtains: Stair Rods, stiver and gilt:
Lounge; Cottage Bets; nalrMattres.es: Feathers,
Ac., together with the entire contents of servants'
rooms. Also, coal In cellar.
The aboi e line furniture. Ac. Is In excellent con
dition and Is well worthv the attention of private
borers, tow lilch their attention ts invited.
Catalogues can be had at the office of Duncanson
Bt0"' B. T. WILLIAMS. Adm'r.
DUNCANSON BROS.,
apl3-TuThSAds Auctioneers.
BT J. T. WOBMLEY,
Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
lSUJi Pennsylvania avenue.
TRUSTFE'S SALEOFVALUABLEIKPROVED
PROPERTY FRONTING ON THIRTEENTH
STREW, BETWEEN L AND MASSACHU
SETTS AVENUE NORTHWEST, AT AUC
TION. By virtue of a deed of trust to ire, dated Decem
ber 8. A. D.1874, and duly recorded in Liber No.
770, folio 54, one ef the land records for Washing
ton county. In the District of Columbia, aud at
the request of the party secured thereby, I will
sell at public auction. In front of the premises, on
MONDAY, April is, A. D. 1875, at 5:30 o'clock p.
m., the followlng-descilhed real estate, situate In
the cltv or Wasulngton, District df Columbia, to
wit: Bring parts of lots numbered eleven, (II.)
twelve (12) and thirteen. (IS.) In square numbered
two hundred and eighty-three, (21,) agreeably to
Davldton's subdlvlson ofAald siuare, beginning
for the same at the distance of slxty-6even (S7) feet
nine (9) Inches from the course or Massachusetts
avenue and Thirteenth street, running thence on a
line with ssldatreet thirty-three (S3) feet ten and a
hall (104) Inches; thenoi south astwardly eighty
one (el) feet live (5) Inches; thence northwestward
ly twenty-three (23) feet ntne and three quarter
9Ji ) Inches; thence northwest ninety-two (92) feet
ana six (6) inches to the place of beginning.
Terms: (4,500 and expense or sale In ciali: bal
ance at six, twelve and eighteen montis.for which
the notes of the purchaser, bearing Interest from
the day of sale, and secured by a deed of trnst on
the property sold, must be given. A depoilt of one
hundred collars win be required of the purchaser
atttmeof aile. All conveyanciag at the expense
or the purchaser. If the terms of sale are not com
plied with in I've days the trusfe reserves the
right to rcsc 11 the property at the risk and cost of
the defaulting purchaser, after live days notice in
some newspaper published In Washington city,
D. C. VAMES H. 8MITH, Trustee,
apll J. T. WOBMLEY. Auctioneer.
BT B. H. 'WABNEB,
RealKstateBrokerandAuetloneer,
Federal Buildings, corner Seventh and F fts.N. W.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VERY OESIRABLE IM
PROVED REAL ESTATE ON THIRD STREET
EAST. BETWEEN EAST CAPITOL AND
bOUTH A STREETS.
By Virtue of two deeds of trust, dated respect
ively on the 1st day of April, A. D. 1870, and on
the mil day or August, A. U. 1370, ant duly re
corded, the first in liber No. 610, folio 392, et seq.,
and the second In liber No. 621, folio 380, et eq of
the land records for Washington eounty, District
or Columbia, and at the request In writing of the
party secured thereby, -we will sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder. In front of the Premi
ses, on MONDAY, the 3d day or May, A. D. MS,
at 5:30 o'clock p. m., all that piece orptreelof
real estate sltnate, lying and being In the city of
Washington. District of Columbia, and known
upon the ground plat or plan or said city as part
oi lot numbered nine, ( ', ) In square numbered
seven hnndred and eighty-seven, (787,) described
as follows: Beginning tor the same at a point on
Third btreet east distant forty two feet one Inch
south from the northwest corner of said square,
and running thence south twenty-two feet and one
half Inch along the line of Third street east, thence
cast flfty feet, thenc north twentvtwo feet and
one half Inch, and thence west fifty feel to the
place of ieglnnlng, together with the Improve
ments. w
Terms of s lie: One third cash; balance In two
equal inualtments at six and twelve months re
spectively, bcarlug Interest from day of sale, se
cured by deed or trust on prembes sold; or all cash,
at the option of the purchaser. All conveyancing
at cost or purchaser. A deposit of SIM at time of
sale. I f the terms of sale arc not complied with In
Be, en das rrom the day or sale the trusties re
serve the Ight to retell at the cot aud risk of the
I'eranltlng purchaser.
5oUNCl?. WHEELER, Trustees.
J. T. COLCWZLu,
ajs-ThSTulds Salesman.
BT B. II. WARNER,
Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
Federal Buildings, corner Seventh and F sts N.W,
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IM
PROVED PROPERTY IN SOUAKE EIGHT
HUNDRED AND Flt"TEEN, BOUNDED BY
FOURTH, FIFTH, A AND B STREETS
NORTHEAST
By virtue of a deed or trust, dated July 10, A. D.
1&73. duly record) d In Liber No. 725, rolloiiS, one
or tli' land records for the District oroolnmbla, and
at the request of the party secured thereby, I shall
sell at public auction. In front of the premises, on
A street northesst. on SATURDAY', tb2ithday
of April, 1875, at 4:30 o'clock p. m., all or square
numbered eight hundred and fifteen, (313.) except
so much of said square as Is contaloei within the
following metes and bounds : Beginning for the
same at a point In the line of Fourth street east
sixty feet rrom the northwest corner sf said square,
and running thence aouth alone said street forty
(40) feet: thence east seventy-two (72) feet alx(t)
Inches; thence north forty (40) f t; thence nest
to the said street and place of b-glnnlng, lu
Washington city, D. C.
Terms of tale : Five thousand dollars cash, of
which (250 must be paid at time of sale; the balance
In five equal payments at six, twelve, eighteen,
twentr-fpur and thirty months, with interest at
seven '(7) per cent., secured by a deed of trust on
the property sold. Terms of sale to be complied
with in five days after sale, otherwise the property
to be resold at the risk and cost of tie nrst pur
chaser. All conveyancing at tost of purchaser.
CHARLES BRADLEY, Trustee.
apS-ThSTuAds J. T. COLD WELL. Salesman.
BT B. W. WARNER,
Foal Estate Broker and Auctioneer.
Federal JKIIdlngs,cor. Seventh and F streets. N. W.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF DESIRABLE BUILD
ING LOTS ON THE NORTH SIDE OF A
bTREET, BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH
STREETS SOUTHEAST. .
By virtue of a deed of trust dated June 2, A. D.
lSTS duly recorder In liber No. 721, folio 140, or the
land records for the District of Columbia, and at
the request or the party secured, we will sell, at
public auction. In front of the premises, on SAT UR
DAY. Anrll 21. 175. at 5 o'clOLk n. m.. the f .dlow-
tng-descrtbed real estate, situate In the city of
Washington. D. C.,towlt:Lotnmraberedtwo,(z,)
containing i,7ta square sees, ion ui mtcc i.
four (4) and five (5,) containing 13,811 square feet.
In square numbered eight hundred and sixty-nine.
Terms: One third cash: balince at six. twelve
and eighteen months, with Interest at eight (!) per
cent., secured by a de"d or trust oi the property
sold. A deposit or t? 0 wUl be required at time of
sale. All conveyancing ht expense of purchaser.
Terms to Decompiled with la fivedayaafterrale.
otherwise the property to be resold at the risk and
cost of the first purchaser.
cwuiuie uftKuy BRADLEY. jTrn.,,
CHARLES BitADLEY, Trustees.
J. T. COLDWELL, Salesman.
apS-Tll,3,TnAds
B
T THOMAS DOWLINU, Auctioneer,
steal estate jutcuange, su seven m street.
TRUSTEE'S 8ALE OF A VALUABLE IM
PROVED FARM IN FAIRFAX COUNTY,
VIRGINIA, ABOUT THREE MILES FROM
FAIRFAX OOURr-HOUSE, AT AUCTION.
Byvtrtceof a deed of trust dated January 22,
1K73, and recorded In Liber P, No. 4, page 21 S, one
of the land rt cords or Fairfax county, Virginia,
and at the Tequest of the party secured thereoy, 1
will sell n MON DAY, April 19, 1875, at II o'clock
m.. In front of the court-bouse door of Fairfax
county, Virginia, that very desirable farm now oc
cupied by James R. O'Neale, sltnaled In Fairfax
county. State of Virginia, en the Middle Turnpike
rosd, twelve miles Trom Alexandria, and about
three miles from Fairfax Court-bouse, being the
southern part or a larger tract or land conveyed In
January, i873, by Abraham C. staats and vld to
John B. Do Jnelly,and bounded as follows: Begin
nlng atthe'.uterEectlou or Middle Turnpike rosd
with theUcorgetown or old Court-home road and
rr-nnlng south TUi degrees west S9 poles and c links
along the middle of said latter road on the line
oITyson'aland: thence south 67V degrees west 22
poles; thence south Tlde.rres west It pules toa stone
planted In the middle of said road, being a corner
tifthetandsorTysonandMoreland; thence south
TSM degrees west 21 poles 8 links along the line or
Morelsnd's land to the middle of the old Alexan
dria and Leeshurg road, opposite a sycamore tree,
corner to the land of Moreland: thence along said
road and on the line of Heald'a land south Hi11 de
grees east 40 poles 11 links; tbenec south 64 degrees
east along said road and Avtry'a land 74 poles;
Ihcnce south 41 degrees I cast IS poles along said
road and the line of Avery's land to a planted stone
on the south edge of said road; thence 53K degrees
eaitt2 poles along said road; thence south 63 de
grees Smlnntes east41 poles 5 links along said
road and Atherton's land to the northern Uue of
Merry's land; thence north 28 degrees east 65 poles,
more or less, along slid line of Merry's lanl to
the aald Middle Turnpike road; thence north 44'
degreea 145 poles, more or IcssJ up said turnpike
along aald Fligg's land to the' place of beginning,
containing 112 acres.mort or Jess, excepting there
from one naif acre ef land for the sehoot-housa of
Freedom Hill. tj
The Improvements are a large and nearly new
frame dwelling-house; lare. new- and capacious
barn; excellent pesch. apple and prar orchard.and
good, substantial fencing, making- It In every re
snectaverydCslraWepleoe.ofpropertr.to which
the attention otpurchasers Is earnestly called. 1
Terms of sale; S2.5CO cash; the bilance in six,
twelve, eighteen and twenty-fonr months, with In
terest, secured .by deed r trust on the property.
All conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser; A
deposit or .1X1 required when the property is bid
on, .If the frmtorsale sra.not ciimpll.-d.wltli
wtilim live days after sale, the trustee reserves the
right to rcr 11 at ibe risk and cost or the defaulting
purcliascrafter.fiTCdays'notlce.
-- WM. o. CASSIN.Trustee.
THOMAS DUr. L.IM
apJ-SAWtd
Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALES.
rnttu-vBars.
BTB.H. WARNER,
, Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
Federal Buildings, corner Seventh and F sts. N.W,
TRUSTEE'S BALE Or TWO DESIRABLE TWO.
fcTORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSES, 1)03.
76 AND 78 G STREET NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated March 8, A.D.
1971, and duly recorded In Llbef No. ere, folio 417,
one of the lac d records for the DIst riet of Columbla,
and at the request of the party secured toereby, I
shall sell in front ef the premises, at public auc
tion, on MONDAY. April 19, U7S, atS:-o'clockp.
m., lot numb-red thiee, Clio Cabot's recorded
subdivision of square numbered six hundred and
seventy-seven. (77.) together with the Improve
meets, consisting of two (I) small two-story frame
houses.
Terms: One fourth of the purchase money in
cash; balance in one. two and three years, with In
terest at ten per cent, per annem. payable quar
terly : or all cash, at the option of the purchaser.
A deposit of tioa will be required when the prop
erty is bid off.
If terms of sale are not complied with In seven
days the trustee reserves the right to resell the
property at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur
chaser, after fire days' advertisement.
WILLIAM McGUlRE. Trustee.
. --., J- T COLDWELL.
apT-WTMAda Salesman.
BTB. IT. WARNER. ,
Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer.
Federal Buildings, corner Seventh and F sts.N.W.
TRUSTEE'S BALE OF A TWO-STORY FRAME
DWELLINO ON TUENuRTHWESTClMS.NKR
flip ai, n, ,'t, ivn L.n..Tj unirru, aa-w
I By virtue of a deed of trust dated Apr.U, A. D.
3., uuiy recoroea in Sjioer no. d,z, ioii . one
of the land records for the District or Columbia,
and at the request of the party secured thereby. I
win sell In front of the premises, at public auction,
on SATURDAY, April 17, 1875, at 4:30 o'clook, p.
m.. all that certain pleee or parcel of ground lying
and being in the city or Washington, 1). C, known
as and being lot cumbered tblrty-stx, (36,) of
Charles W. King's subdivision of part of lot nnm
bered twenty-seven, (27,) in square numbered
seven hnndred and tnlrty-seren. (737.) according
to the recorded plat or plan of aald city, together
with the Improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: One third In cash; balance at six
and twelve months, with luterest at eight per cent,
per annum, secured by a ded of trust. A depo Jt
of tiou will be required at time of aale. AU con
veyancing at expense of purchaser. If terms of
sale are not complied with In seven days, the trus
tee reserves the right to resell the property at the
jlsk and cost of the defaulting purchaser after live
days' advertisement. .
JAMES R. KING, jn.. Trustee.
ap5-MW?Ads J. T. COLDWELL,Salesman.
BT DUNCANSON BROS-Auctioneers,
Southeast corner Ninth and D streets N.W.
TRUSTEE'S 8ALE OF UNIMPROVED LOT ON
NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE AND TWEN'-TY-3F.JOND
STREET MORTUWESr AT
AUCTION.
In pursuance of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, pissed in equity cause
Do. 2,879, docket 12, wherein Elizabeth E. Lloyd
and others are complainants, and Richard tt.
Lloyd and another are defendants, the under
algned, trustee, appointed In said decree, will, on
Wednesday, the 21st day or April, a. d. ists,
at 4 o'clock p. m., on the premUes, sell at public
auction lot No. 21, in aqnare No. 51, In the city of
Washington. ,
Terms, aa prescribed by the decree, are: One
third cash, of which $50 will be reqnlrcd as a de-
fioslt at the time of sale, and the balanee In equal
nstallmenta at six and twelve months, with eight
per cent-Interest, for which the purchaser will
give his promissory notes, secured to the satisfac
tion of the trustee. The term, of site are to be
compiled with within five eays. All conveyancing
at thecost of the purchaser.
M. F. MORRIS. Trustee.
ap'.O-SWAds DUNCANSON BROS.. Anc'-s.
BT B. IT. WARNER,
Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
Federal BuUdlngs, corner Seventh and F sts. N.W.
TPUSTEE'S BALE OF TWO TnREE-ITORY
BRICK DWElLINISS ON THE EAST SIDE
Of TENTH BTREBT. BETWEEN f STREET
AND RHODE ISLAND AVENUE SOUTH
WEST. By vlrtne of a deed of trust, dated July 7, A. D.
1871, duly recorded In Liber No. 612, folio 203.
one of the land records for the District of Colum
bia, and at the request of the party secured
thereby. I shall sell at puollc auction, in front of the
premises, on SATURDAY, April 24, 1875, at 5
o'clock p.m., all those certain pieces or parcel of
ground, sltnate and being In the city or Washing
ton. District of Columbia, known and described
as the north four (4) feet of lot numbered ninety
seven, (97,) all of lot numtered ninety-eight, (m.)
and the south twelve (12) feet of lot numbered
ninety-nine, (99,1 In Joseph F. Kelly's recorded
subdivision of the west half of square numbered
three hnndred and sixty-live, (KB,) together with
the Improvements. Ac.
Terms: One third of the purchase money In cash,
and the balance at six, twelve and eighteen
months, with Interest at ten per cent, per annum,
secured by a deed of trnst on the property sold.
A deposit of lltO on each house wUl be required at
time or sale. All conveyancing at expense or pur
chaser. If the terms of sale are not complied with
In aeven days, the trustee reserves the right to re
sell the property at the risk and cost of the default
ing purchaser, after five da rs advertisement.
" GEOIIGE H. PLANT. Trustee.
J. T. COLDWELL, Salesman.
afH-ThSTuAda .
BYTTTOMAS E. WAOOAJTAN,
Real Estate A n ctloneer, 519 Seventh street.
TRUSTEES BALE OF A FIRST-CLASS
DWELLING-HOUSE ON CAPITOL HILL.
By virtue of a deed of trust from Albert Grant
and wife, dated May twenty-nine, eighteen hun
dred and sev, nty-one, and recorded In the Land
Records for Washington county, In the District of
Columbia, In Liber No. 848, folio 492, and by the
direction inwrltlngof the party thereby aecured,
we will, on MONDAY, the 19th day or April, U75,
at four (4) o'clock p. m offer for aale at nubile
auction, in front of the premises, to the highest
bidder, all that parcel of ground In the city of
Washington, In the District of Columbia, and de
rcrlbed as lot numbered eighteen (13) of Granta
recorded subdivision of square numbered seven
hundred and sixty, (760,) improved by a desirable
brick dwelling-house.
Terms of sale: One fourth of the purchase money
lncash; the balance in fourequal Installments.
?iayableln six, (6.) twelve, (12.) eighteen (18) and
wenty-rour (24) msntks, with Interest semi-annually,
the deferred payments to be secured by the
notes or the purchaser, and a deed of trust on the
property, drawn and executed to the satisfaction
of toe trustees; or the whole of the purchase money
may be paid In cash at the option of the purchar.
A deposit of three hundred dollars (tJoo) will be
required on acceptance of the bid, and all convey
ancing and recording at the cost of the purchaser.
If the terms of sale are not complied with wltaln
five days from the day of sale the trustees reserve
the right to resell the property at the risk and cost
of the defaulting purchaser, after ten days' notice,
by advertisement In The Natio-tai, RarcBLiCAX.
M?A&B0N-
mb29-MWFAda
BT B. IT. WARNER,
Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer.
Federal Buildings, corner Seventh and F SU.N.W.
TRUSTEE-8 SALE OF A VALUABLE LOT, ON
TUB NORTHEAST CORNER OF FIFTH AND
E STREETS 60UTHE-VST.
By vlrtne of a deed of trust, dated 3Iay 14, A. D.
1873. dnly recorded In Liber No. 722. folio 4, of the
land records for the District of Columbia, aud at
the request of the party secured thereby, shall
sell, at public auction. In front of the premises, on
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, April 24, 1373. at 53)
oclock, all that piece orwarcel of graond situate
and lying In the city of WaSuliUton n,a District
of Columbia Ktugthe VeilliifiToriot described
cO plat books or said city as lot numbered three.
(3.) In equate numbered eight hundred and forty
live, (845.) said part ef lot fronting thirty (30) feet
on E a-reet southeast. . .
Terms: One third cash; balance at six,
twelve and eighteen mouths, with Interest at
eight (8) percent., secured by a deed of trust on
the property sold. A deposit of $10) will be re
quired at lime of sale. All conveyancing a- ex
pense of purchaser: Terms (o be cempUcd with In
nve days after sale, otherwise the property t) be
resold, at risk and cost of the purchaser.
CHARLES BitADLEY, Trustee.
J. T. COLDWELL,
apS-ThSTuAds Salesfflin.
BT B. IT. WARNER,
Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
Federal Building, corner Seventh and F sts. N. W.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A DESIRABLE BUILD
INULOTONTUE EAST SIDE OF NEW JER
SEY AVENUE, BETWEEN NORTH D AND
E STREETS.
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated March 4. A. D.
1S74, dnly rccon!e In Liber No. 742, folio 3C one
or the land records for the District or Columbia,
and at the request of the party secured thereby, we
will sell at public auction, In front of the premises,
on TUESDAY, April 20, 137J, at So'c'ock p. m.,
the following-described real estate situate In the
city or Yashlngton, D. C to wit: Part or lot
numbered three, (3,) In aqnare numbered six hnn
dred and thirty, beginning for the same at a point
on New Jersey avenue two hundred and seventy
(270) feet from the northwestern corner of said
square, and running thence northeastwardly on a
line at right anglea to said avenue one hundred
and twenty-six (126) feet and three (3) Inches;
thence north to Intersect a line drawn paral
lel with the Hue last aforesaid, and twenty-two
(22) feetdlst.nithererrom;thence aouth westwardly
along aald parallel line to the line or said avennr,
ard thence with the Uue or said avenue to the place
or beginning.
rnn. Twn TinnilrArt ilnUsr. with Interest at 10
per cent, per anmin from March 4, 1874, to day of
tale, and expense of sale In cash, and the balance
at six, twelve and eighteen months, for which tie
notes or the nurchaier, bearing lntereit from the
day of sale and secured by a deed of trnst on the
property sold, wUl be taken. A deposit of $100
will be required atllmeofsale. andaiicouveyanc
lngatthe expense of purchaser. Terms to be com
piled with In seven days.
" CHARLES If. MOULTON, JTpnlt--,
GEORGE H. JOHNSOM. Trustees.
ap7 WFMAda J. T. COLDWELL. Salesman.
BT B. IT. WARNER,
Real Estate Auctloneerand Broker,
Federal BnUdlnga,corner Seventh and F sts. N.W.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF LOTS IN SQUARE 234,
ON W STREET NORTIIWEST, jlRTWEFN
THIRTEENTH AND FOURTEESTU.
By vlrtne of a deed of trust, dated the luth day of
February, A. D. 1872, and recorded In Liber 73,
rollo 301, one of the land records for Washington
county, D. C, and by the direction of the party
secured, I will sell to the highest bidder, on the
prem1ses,onMONDAYithe2ith or April, Instant,
at 5:30 o'clock In the afternoon, the foUowlng de
sirable lots In the city of Washington, vlx: AU
thi.se certain pieces cr parcels of ground lying and
being In the city of Washington and District or
Columbia, and known as lots numbered e'eren,
twelve and thirteen. In Carrtngton A Hnghes' sub
division of square numbered two hnndred and
thirty-four, as the same Is recorded In subdivision
Book WF, roUol59, in the office of the Surveyor
of said city.
Terms or sale are: One third ot the purchue
money in caab, (or which $ 50 on each lot must be
yald at the time of sale:) and theresldueln two eqnal
payment. In six and twelve months from the
day of sale, for which the purchaser must rive bis
notes, bearing eight per cent, pa annum Interest,
secured by a deed of trust on the property sold, but
with theprlvUege of paying all cash. If the terms
of sale are not compUed with within fire days after
the day of sale, the trustee reserves the right to
rtsfll the property rorcash, on live days public
notice In one newspsper, at the risk and cost or
the purchaser In default. All conveyancing at the
purchaser's cost. A. HYDE, Trustee.
ap9-rMWAds J. T. COLDWELL. Salesman.
OT DUNCANSON BROS.,
Auctioneers, southeast corner of Ninth and D
streets bwiuiwcn
TRUSTEES' BALE OF A THREE-STORY
I-BEt-S-BRTCKr-RONTHOUE-ONOSTREET,
BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND STREETS
SOUTHEAST.
By virtue of a deed of trust given tons, dated
tbelstdavofFebruaiy. A. D. 1872, and recorded
lnLlerNo.670vfollo2S9, one of the landrccorJa
for Washington county. In the District or Colum
bia, and by request of the party aecured thereby,
we wilt sell, at public auction, on FRIDAY, the
14ih day of May, A. D. 1873, at 5:30 p. m.. In front
of the premises, all that certain piece or parcel of
ground situated and lying In said city of Washing
ton, District of Columbia, known and. described
as Lot numbered four. (4,) of Chas. Just's recorded
nhiilvttlnn nf original Lota numbered three, rt-1
.four. (4.) five, (i.) ilx. (,) and seyn. 7,)Jn
! Square numbered seven hundred and th.rtr-two,
, (732.) together with all the Improvements.- ways.
casements, rights, privileges, appurtenances and
hereditaments lo the same, belonging or In any
wise appertaining, sue improvements consissoi
ia welt-traUt. three-storv and basement Brick
House, with modern Improvements and oonve-
,.. rinm ,t,1-,l a,.. l.a h.lan.. In llr.
twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months: notes
bearing Interest snd aecur.d liya deedoftrnst upon
the premises sold. A deposit of $230 required as
soon as sold, if the terms ef sale arenot eompded
with within seven days from day of sale the trus
tees reserve the rlghtto resell the property, at the
risk and cost or the defaulting purchaser, upon
giving five days' notice In Mine newspaper pub.
Il-bed In Washington, D. C. Cunveyanclsg, Ac,
at cost of the purchaser. ,..
B. W. WALKER, ,,..,,.
A. If. MCRAE, lT"'tM,.
aplt-td DUNCANSON BROS., Au.-fs.
AUCTION SALES.
Fntnre Dara.
BT THOMAS DOWUNO,
Auctioneer andReal Estttc Broker,
(Successor to Lattner A Cleary.)
Southwest corner Pean.avenue and EUveath street .
WALNUT MARBLE-TOP CHAMBER SUITES,
WA1 NUT PARLOR SUITE. UrHOIJjrKBKO
IN REPa; WALNUT MARBLE-TOP SIDE
BOARD: EXTENSION DINING-TABLE3
AND CHAIRS: MARBLE-TOP TABLES:
BRUSSELS, riHREK-PLY AND INUBA1N
CAlUEr8; SILVER-PLATED WAR; OIL
PAINTINGS: CHINA AND GLASSWARE;
COOKING AND UEATINO STOVES: KITCH
EN REOUIMrES, AC, AT AUCTION.
On SATURDAY MORNING. AprU 17, 1375, at 19
o'clock, in front of my auction rooms, (late Lati
mer A Cleary.) Star Omce Building. I shall sell an
extensive and varied assortment or Household and
Kitchen Furniture.
Terms cash. THOMASJDOWLINB,
apl6-2t .nettwe-'.
BT B. IT. WARNER,
Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
Federal Buildings, corner of seventh and F streets
northwest.
TRUSTEE'S BALE OFADESIRABLE BUILD
ING ON THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF
NINTH AND R STREETS SOUTHEAST,
lly virtue of a deed or trust, dated August IS.
1873, duly re.orded In Liber No. 735. folio 68, one of
the land records for the District of Columbia, and
at the written requestor the party secured there
by, I shall sell at public auction, in front or the
premises, on THURSDAY. AprU 23. 1975, at 5:39
o'clock p. m.. the following-described pleee or
parcel of ground, situate, lying and being in the
city or Washington, D. C. designated as lot nuns
b. red eleven, (U.) In Van Hook and Metcalfe sub
division or original Iota iiumbsred one, (I.) two,
(2,) three. (3,) air, (8.) seven. (7.) and eight, (8.) la
equate numbered nine hundred and forty-tnree,
(943.)
Terms: One third cash; balance at six and twelve
znontbs. with interest at 8 per cent, per annnm,
s, cured by a deed of trust. A deposit of $10 will
berequhel at lime of sale. All conveyancing at
pmchatir's cost. Terms to be complied with In
seven days.
R. M. HALL. Trustee.
..,.. T- COLDWELL.
aplt-FMWAds H.lesnian.
B
Y DUNCANSON BRO., Auctioneers,
oouaueass corner oi a iu.a sau u streets norta-
WCSk.
TRFSTEES ALE OF"uNIMPROVED LOT ON
TRUMBULL STREET, IN SUBDIVISION uF
HOWARD UNIVERSITY.
In pursuance of a decree of the Supreme Court
of the District of CoIumbla.paased In Equity cause
lo. S.551, Doc 13, wherein Uoverneur Dougans.
administrator, is complainant, and Charles Wilson
et al. are defendants, the undersigned trustees,
appointed In said decree, will on HONDA Y, the
2b th day of April, A. D. 1875. at 4 o'clock p. in., on
the premises, sell at public auction the lot descrlied
as the north one half of lot 13, In b!o:k 17, of the
estate of Howard university.
Terms, as prescribed by thefdecree. are: One
third cash, and the residue In two equal Install
ments, pajahle, respectively, In six and twelve
montcs from day of sale, with eight percent. In
terest, for which the purchaser will gue his prom
issory notes, secured by deed of trust on the prem
ises. AU eiuvcyanclng at the cost of the pur
chaser. LINDEN KENT. I -..,.
A. A. I11RSEY, Trustees.
DUNCANSON BRO-!..
sp!6-dAds Auctioneers.
BT W. L. WALL fc CO,, Auctioneers,
(New Marble Bulldlug.)
Nos. 900 and Sat Pennsylvania avenue,corner Ninth
street.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE t)F ALL
THE GROCERIES AND FIXTURES IN THK
STORE OF JuHN R. ERllOOD. CORNER OF
NINTH AND U S1REETS NORTHWEST.
In virtue of two writs of fieri raclaa issued out
of the Clerk'a office of the Supreme Court of the
District C Columbia, and to me directed, I wUl
sell at public sale, for cash, on FU1D AY, the 23d
dayof April. 1375, at 10 o'clock, a. m.. at store cor
ner of Ninth and G stmts northwest, the follow
ing goods and chattels to wll:
Werame in part, viz:
Lot Green, Black and Japan Teas
Lot Green, Burntand Ground Coffee
12 large show Tea Caddies, lot Spit e Caddies
Lotbvap, Chow-chow
Lot bplic, lot canned Fruits and Vegetables
Lot Olive oil, B4 Carb.ro la. Ginger
Lot Pecans and English Walnnts. lot Almonds
lot Jelly and Honey. Chocolate. Bromi
Lot MUrch, aaeks and bags or Salt, lot Baskets
Lot Essence or Lemon, anllla, Ro-e and Pep
permint Lot Pickles, lot Mackerel
Lit Tuba and Buckets
Lot Sardines, Scrnb and Shoe Brushes
Lot Fcatlur Dusters. Uotlits Ines lot Mats
Lot Candy and cigars. Cheese, Ac, Ac,
2 sets Brass Counter Scales
2 fine plated Showcases
1 set Platform Scales
Counters and Shelving. Stove and Pipe
1 Fire-proof Safe, Combination Lock, nearly
new;
Seized and levied upon as the goods and chattels
of John R. Ergood, and wlU be sold to satisfy exe
cutions No. M,0S!tn favor of J. C. Ergood A Co..
and N o. 13.518 in favor of Taussig Haminerschlag.
ALEX. SHARPE.
United States Marshal D. C.
apl6-2t WM. L. WALL A CO., Auct'rs.
V
NITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
n virtue of a writ of fieri facias Issue 1 out of the
Clerk's office of the Supreme Court of tne District
of Columbia, and to me directed, 1 will sell at pub
lic sale, for cash. In front of the court-house door
of said District, on FRIDAY, the 7th day of May.
1375, at 11 o'clock -m , the following property of
Archie Ellis, to wit: Lot No. 4, In Coltman and
Adams subdivision or siusre No. 309. beginning
at the northwest corner of said lot. running thence
south 2 feet e Inches, thence east 9 feet, thence
north X) feet C Inches, thence west E5 feet to tne
place of beginning, to Tether with all and singular
the Improvements thereon; seized and levied upon
as the property or Archie Ellis, and will be sold to
satisfy execution No. 13,317 In favor of Thomas
Bannagan. ALEX. SHARPE.
apl6-dAds United States Mar.hal n n.
BT B. II. WARNER,
Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
Federal Buildings, corner Seventh aud F sts., N.W.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A FOUR-STORY
PRkSSED-BRICK DWELLINO. No. 315 C
STREET, BETWEEN THIRD AND FODKTII
tfTREETSSOUTHEASr. AND UNIMPROVEU
PKOPERTY ON NORTH CAROLINA AVE
NUE, BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH
STREETS SOUTHEAST.
Byvlrtneoradeedot trust, dated October IS, A.
D. 1873, duly recorded In Liber No. 7J7, folio 141,
one of the land records for the District of Colum
bia, and at the request of the party secured there
by, we wUl sell, at public auction. In front of ihs
premises, on MONDAY. May 3, 1372, at s o'clock
p.m., all that parcel ,r ground and premises slt
uateln said city or Washington andknownupon
the public plat and plan or said city as and being
all tbOje parts of original lots numbered two, (2, 1
and three. (3.) In square numbered seven hundred
and ninety-one, (791.) described as rollowa: Begin
ning on south C street thlrty-slx (3D feet west from
the northeast corner of said lot numbered two, (2,)
and running thence west on U street forty-two ;)
feet, thence duevouth to North Carolina avenue to
a point thirty-nine (39) feet from the southwest
corner or said tot numbered three. (3, ) thence north
easterly on North Carolina avenue forty-two (41)
feet, thence to a point which will be Intersected by
a line which will be drawn due south from the begin
ning, and seventy (70) reet therefrom, and thence
wltn said line seventy (70) fret to the beginning,
(excepting therefrom so mnch as Is known and de
scribed aa lot lettered K, of Lohslger's subdivision
lu said square, fronting eighteen ill) feet on said
C street, by a depth of s.ventv(?0) feet, embrac
ing herein lot lettered Lofiald Lobjlger' sub
division, and all the ground in tne rear ot salt lots
1, tiered K and L, legethsr with the Improve-
Terms: On- third of the purchase money In cash:
balance at six. twelve and eighteen months, with
interest at eight (8) percent., to lie secured by a
deed of tiust on the property sold. A deposit or
$250 wlU be required of ibe purchaser at time of
sale. All conveyancing at expense of the pur
chaser. If terms of sa e are not compile I with In
seven dsysthe trustees reserve the right to resell
the property at the risk and cost or the defaulting
purchaser f.fter live days advertlsemeut.
1 VRBDiRlCK 8TUT. lTi,te
WILLIAM WITrnAFT. J"S''-
1 1 a UAf a. ,
J. T. COLDWELL.
aplC-FMWA.Is
Salesman.
BT B. H. WARNER,
Real Estate Broker and Afletaeer,
Ft deral Buildings, corner Seventh and Fa?'- -W.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A TWO-STOSY. MANSARD-ROOF
AND BASEMENT BRICK
DWULLINO.WITU BAY WINDOW, OVTIIE
EAST SIDE OF NINETEENTH STRKET. BE
TWEEN F AND O STREETS NORTHWEST,
NEARLY COMPLETED.
By virtue or a deed of trust, dated December 31.
A. D. 1874, duly recorded in Liber No. 771, folio
180, one or the land records for the District otCo
limbla. and at the WTltten reiue.t or the
party secured thereby, we will sell, at public auc
tion. In front of the premises, on rRIDAY, AprU
31, 1875, at 5-13 o'clock p. m all that certain piece
andparcel of land and premUes situate lu the city
of Washington. District of Columbia, and known
and described as and being lot lettered "J," In
John C. Fay's recorded subdivision of original
let numbered seven. (7,) In square numbered one
hundred and forty-two, (142.) together with the
improvements, Ac, subject to a prior deed ot trust
da fed December 30. 174, for $2,300,
Terms: One third of the purchase money In cash:
balance at six and twelve months, with lnt.res: at
ten per cent, per annum. A deposit or taoo win be
renniirdof thennrcliaserat time of aale. All con
veyancing at expense or the purchaser. If terms
of sale are not complied with In seven days the
trusters ns rve the right to resel. the property at
the risk and cost or the defaulting purchaser after
five days' advertisement.
geoejeVruesdell, fcTle"-
J. T. COLDWELL.
aplS-ThSTttAds Salesman.
BT THOMAS DOWLINU,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker,
(Successor to Latimer A Cleary.)
Southwest corner Pennsylvania avenue aud Elev
enth street.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE.
ByTlrtueof adetdoftrust, dated Augnst 23, A.D.
1S74, and duly recorded In Liber Too, folio 135, et
seq., or the land records or Washington county.
District of Columbia, and bv direction of the
party secured thereby. In writing, we will sell at
public auction, on WEDNESDAY, April 7, 1875,
at S o'clock p. m ,ln front of the premises, being
part of square numbered seven hundred and
twenty-six, (723.) beginning for said part at a point
on Maryland avenue one hundred feet southwest
erly from the southeast corner of said square, and
running thence along said avenue southwest wardly
twenty-five (25) feet; thence at right angles with
said avenne northwestwardly forty-three feet and
four Inches. (43.4;) then north -sixty (60) feet ts
North B street: then alongsald street cast twenty
five feet; tlen south fifty-three feet and six Inches,
(53.6;) ana thence to said avenue and the place of
beginning. Improved by two frame houses, two
storlea each. , ....
Terms or sale: Three thousand dollars and Inter
est In cash, together with the expenses of aale:
balance In two equal Installments, at six and
twelve months. In notes of the purchaser, bearing
Interest at ten per centum per annum, and aecured
by a deed of trust on the premlss. The amount
secured by this deed of trust Is in. COO, with Interest
from the 25th day of August. 1874. Conveyancing
at cost of purchaser. Two hundred dollars to be
pUd down wheatheroj-ertjUoeked off.
J. V. N. HUYCK. Trustees.
mt23-dAds THOMAS DOWLIXS.Auct.
wj-THE ABOVE BALE IS POSTPONED UN
TIL WEDNESDAY. April 14, 1375, same hour and
place, liy order of the Trustees
ap7-dAda THOMAS DOWUNO. Anct.
S- THE ABOVE SALE IS. POSTPONED,
until WE DNESDA Y. April 21. 1875, same hour and
place. By order of tre Trustees.
" THOMAS DOffLING, AUCt.
aplS-dAds (SUP '
UNDERTAKERS.
RICHARD W. BARKER,
CABINETKAXES AND IJKDERTAKES
HO. ea ILSVENTtl, BTREET NORTHWEST'
Between r mad Q.
The Celebrated Stein
Md a variety or oilier Cnsbeta and Cols
ana or tbe latest patterns.
Robes and Shrouds.
Jia-Bodles EMBALMED and prepared tortrans
portatlon at the shortest notice. myB
WM. HENDERSON,
. CARPENTER AND BOLDER,
KasaAcimsetta aveane, bet.Ttilrteenlb
and Foarteentn 'afreet.
Residence 1713 Fourteenth street norhwest.
AU work executed promptly and faithfully.
Terms moderate. noli-t
tafiial llcpMicati
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Monetary.
WA?HijroTOv, Thursday Evening.
There Is very little to be said to-day of money .
hoods and stocks In oar market amid the dull,
ness which hss prevailed hers daring the past
few weeks. In the absence or transactions the
rates for many of oar securities .hare beea tern
porarUy lowered. But as soon as there Is a da.,
mand created and activity resumed the securities
wUl revert to their old prices. The rates at the
Stock Exchange to-day were nominal, the volume
or bnsiness being small. Money continues easy
at7QSSl0.
The. rollo wing ere the rates at the Stock
Board to4ay, famished by Messrs. Patterson A
Dickson:
District Bonds and j i J . i;
other Stocks. I I S 3 J
i s i z a 1 "
U.S. Gold 1I4 IllV I
lsat. Metrop'n Bank... uo in i I
Second National Bank.. I a
Citizens' Natl. Bank 112 i
Farm. A Mech.Natlonal j
Bank of Georgetown.. 1C4H
Metropolitan Stock 20 22
Columbia Stock 20
Metrop. Bonds, 6's S2.f M.A3
National Theatre Bds. 7
per ctnt 73.S S3 J. A J.
Masonic Temple Bds, e
percent., g 94 F.AA.
Washington City Gas
Stock. 59
C. A O. Canal bendf,pre-
ferred. rs 110 115
Arlington Fire Insur
ance Co. Stock tesfi
Wn. CO. 8. Bds.. rs.... S3,", 95 4. A J. 7S.7S.7T
Chicago Relief Bds, 7'a. 93 J. A J. 1377
PermTlmn., S's, g 100 J. A J. mi
Perm. Imp. 7's.... S9M 91-fJ.iJ. 1M
Market Stock Bds., 7's.. I SO J. A J. IttI
Water Stock Bds., S-a... 87 t.&J. 1XU
Congress-guaranteed
S-eJ'e. large 69 M F.AA 1K4
Congiese-guaranteed
S-ils, small 681, 69 1324
Five-year Cer's. 7 S-10.. 99 1U M AN. 1J7S
Ten-year Bds., 6's 87 9J J. A J. 117s
Fund Loan Bds.. Leg.,
6-a. g 91 94 MAN. 1V&
Cer-s,i.en. Imp't, S's... SO 0J.AJ. 1374
(Bdori'.W.)do 90 90J do. 1375
do do 90 90J? do. 1S7S
do do 90 9j de. 1377
do do 90 91 do. 1873
do do series. 9W4 SOU do.
Cer's. Sewer. S's 73 J. J. I374-'7T
A ater Cer's. S's nt 1377
The general dullness continues also in the New
markets, and the activity which characterised
certain stocks a tew days past is generally re
garded as being artlndal.
The Pott this afternoon says: "The Wall street
markets to-day are all quiet. During the fore
noon speculative shares were weak and feverish,
bnt since noon have been strong. All sales ot
gold hare been at 115J4, and on gold loans the
rates have been IK, 1, 2 and 1 per cent, for car
rying, and 141 ot one per cent, per day for use.
Foreign exchange continue? strong, wltn sales or
prlcie bankers' sterling at 486 and 490, and with
the nominal rates 437 and 4'M- Qorernment
bonds are higher, when changed; the registered
new fives are quoted ex-Interest. State bonds
were strong tor Tennessee s, to which deaUngs
were higher and the new ex-coupon . Ths
stock market opeoed quiet, and so eontianed
until about noon, by which time prices had fallen
y. to. Since noon there has been aa advaaco of
Kl per cent., the market as wa write betas
steady."
Oar regular New York night dlsnatch quotes:
Money easy at :3. Exchange strong; higher; 1ST.
Oold dull at U5611J- Kates Tor carrying IK.
land 2 per cent. Governments active and strong.
6's,l!3I,coupon 122V 5-20's, 1367, cOupon-.12lK
0-.xrs,aS3, coupon. .119 i a-ars, law, coupon.. li
a-ot a, join, tvupvu..iir, a iict nuu, ca.a...
S-20a, IMS, coupon..!21'4 f 10-40s. coupon..
5-20's,new,'65,eoup.l20 American gold...
State bonds quiet and steady.
Stocks closed active and steady.
Central 10I1J. Northwestern...
11 8
,Ilb'
.115
Erie 3V no. prer.
. 57
ijaae snore... is ' jioca; isiauu ..
103 i
Flttsburg: 924 Illinois Central 102
Our London dispatches to-day quote: Erla
railway shares lower at 27. IT. S. bonds, new loan,
10SK- The rate of discount In the open market
for three months' Bills Is 3 6-15 per cent., which Is
S-16 per cent, below the Bank of England rate.
The amount of bnlllon gone Into the Bank of
England on balance to-day is XAOOO. The bullion
in the Bank or England has Increased X1J.00J
daring the past wt3k- The proportion ortbo
bank reserve to liability, which last week was
35 per cent, is bow SSK per cent.
in Paris to-day rentes were quoted at 63 franca
87K centimes. The specie In the Bank of Franca
has decreased 0,728,00 rranes daring the past
week.
Our Havana dispatch this evening qnotes:
Spanish gold. 220232; American, Z!9227. Ex
change nominal. On United States sixty days'
currency, 891 premium; sixty days' gold, lis a
US premium: short sight gold 121Q123 premium.
On Paris. 113013) premium.
The shipments of specie trom New York t
Havana to-day were $413313. or which 00,341
were Spanish gold and $22,959 American.
The Sab-Treasury balances at New York to
day were: (Hid, $58,917,406; currency, $43,024,038.
The Sub-Treasurer paid oat $17,600 oa acooant
or Interest, and $5,700 for bonds. Customs re
ceipts $314,000.
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
has declared a dividend or 5 per cent, tor ths
half year ended March 31 on the stock or tha
main stem, payable on and alter Mayl proximo,
and a dividend of 6 per cent, lor the half year
ended march 31 on the stock ot the Washington,
branch, payable on and after the 17th Instant.
Commercial.
The Washington markets continue fairly
active, with prices fluctuating, as will be seen by
oar quotations. The lowering ot prices for grain
West has not affected our market, though it has
caused weakness In the market at Baltimore,
though oats are yet firm there at7175c Tha
Washington Produce Exchange last night quoted
eats 3c lower than the ruling rate in Baltimore.
Lower prices for grain would supersede tha
necessity or advancing Soar.
Private dispatches iron the West to-night an
nounce a contemplated further advance la pro
visions, which will make holders at Washington
penltry, turkeys are higher at 18g23c.;
ducks lower at 45; hens higher at $97.
Dried fruits are In limited demand; apples le.
lower. In green fruits prices are unchanged, jtaj
Early Rose potatoes are lower at tlQLlO.
Washington Wholesale Markets.
BnKADSTOTTS. Flour firm and active; super,
(4.7565; extra, $5.7Sfl.2J; family trade brands.
t3.sea.tO; do. standard brands, to.7507; Welch's
family. $3. In choice Virginia families we quota
Wenger at $7.257.50. Rye higher at $1.7535.
For lobblnc lots frour 2550c must be added.
Cornmeal higher; bolted, 853900.; lobbing lota
of bolted, S0S90C
GEuais. Active, firm; and higher. Wheat
active and higher; common to choice. $1.231.40.
Corn higher at 89(j sc. Oats dm at 7074c. Rya
acUre and firm at 60cL Quotations lit
grain on track, 23c. higher in store.
caBOCKBiES.-Cotfee fairly active. We' quota
jobbing lots ordinary Rio, 19X21c; fair 219
220.: good do., 2224c; prime, 2323)e.;
Sugar firm and very active. We quote:
Jobbing lots Cuba grocery grades, 82:e.t
Porto Rico grocery grades, 8J9'4c.; vacuum pan,
BUglOKc; New Orleans grocery grades, Sa.
Renned; jobbing lots hard crashed, lle.; pow
dered, ll&e.; granulated, HKc; soR A wnlte, low
jiTIUe.; Beonee, 10J6e.; extra O., lOe.; O., 10c;
yelloTf.vtS6-! Canton CO. e. Sirups In lair ds
SSl' WeqnotB JC'Dlng lots: Calvert. 703754;
Baltimore, 5So3e.; Marjd-M5Itk tTa-:
Merchants', SSQtZcj Canton Co.'s, o?c Mo
lasses fira: jobblnglots Porto Rico, 4530&; Nett
Orleans, 7077e. per gaL Teas quiet and steady.
Hyson, 35c. to $1; Gunpowder, 60c to $L25; Im
perial, 40c to 75c; Oolong. 35c to 70c; Japan. Ms.
to 7Sc Rice active at ?HSc Salt: coarse, $L15;
fine, $2,15.
Hat abd Straw. In active demand for choice.
Hay, clover, higher $154318; do. timothy higher
at $2021: mixed, $19318. Straw, rye; $15017:
oats, $13015: wheat lower at $SS. Cat Hay, pec
cwt., $L20L3a.
Miu Fezd. Firm and active. Bran,
$27623. Brown middlings, firm at $233)3);
white, $22635. Jobbing lots $12 advance
Pxovisioas. Very active, strong and tending
upward. Wa quote: Balk shoulders, tc: clear
rib sides. IKic: Ion it clear sides. 12Uc; rib sides.
1212Kc Bacon shoulders, lOgUe.; clear rib
sides, 13613Ke;iuirar-curedbreasts, 13915c; sa gar
cared hams,1543loJ4c New canvassed hams, 15V4c;
ansrarumred shoulders. ilf312lc Pla tongues.
pickled, 8X9)c Dried and smoked beef, 18 922c
Lard, country, 136150.: refined, tierces, 18c; do.
small packages, 10U17c per pound.
Batter Steady; choice, 21625c; New York
higher at 2S32c; Jobbing lota, 2S35c ,
Cheese Active. New York and Western, U9
lc
Eggs Lower and active at 15Q10C; jobbing;
lOiS. 17c
8KBD8. Less active and unchanged.
Whisky Steady; proof, $L23 per gaL
'Washington Live-Stock Mar ket.
Lire stock at the Tarda and on the streets was
more active to-day: prices higher. Cattle, com
mon, S4c; batcher, 4K6SC.; extra, o7Vc
Hogs; ordinary. b9c;
', .tair.
-. PXftlOUc Wool
Sheep, e7Mc; clipped do- SVitjc Lambs.
$3,506$ per bead. Calves, 768c; do. common, 5
oc. Cows, $20$59 per head.
Ilia Markets Elsewhere.
Baltimore. April 13. evening. Cotton quiet;
advanced since morning; middling, lCKc Oroaa
receipts, 159; exports to Great Britain, 375; coast
wise, M: sales, CO; stock, 13)33 bales. Floor
quiet. Wheat weak and lower; No. 1 West
em amber, $L33L3S; No. 1 dc,$L31: mixed
do., $L30; No. 1 Western red, $L31tNcado
$L2SL29; Pennsylvania red, $L30L33; Mary
land red, $1.25L33; do. amber, $L35L37: do.
white, $1.2S0L3i; No. 2 Western spring red. $UXL
Com weak and lower; Southern white, 83390c;
Southern yellow, sogaovc: Western mixed, 90s.
Oats quiet; Southern. tl75c; Western white,
T0t372c: Western mixed, esc Byellrm;$U38
$Lla. Hay doll and unchanged. Provisions
firmer. Pork at $22.50. Bulk Meats firm;
shoulders, 8Mc; eleartlb sides, ujc ror car loads
loose; jODDing
steaay
rtr, sin
lijifjloc Batter in Detier uemanu;gooato extra
fine Western tubs and rolls, 18621c Petroleum
nominally higher: UJjJgTc- Ootfee strong: ordi
nary to prime Rio cargoes, UfJlSKc Sugar
active and firm at lOHQIOJic. Whisky dull and
heavy at $L13Lli.
Nxw York, April 15, evening. Flour dull.
Wheat quiet and in tmjers favor. Corn quiet.
Baltimore Cattle Market.
Baltimore, April IS. Cattle The market
throughout the week has sbown.aratr degree or
setivlt j, and prices were $!c higher. Very
best V,G7u; first quality 5ViUK-: medium or
good fair quality 4-M&Kc; ordinary thin steers,
oxen and cows 3t54-Xc;inost sales at5!48'Kc
Recelptsl,4S; sales LOW. Hogs have been Arm.
and prices well maintained. Fair to extra 119
12c. Receipts S.48J. Sheep have been quiet,
closing dull; range 567)4-. Receipts 2;m.
Foreign Markets.
Livebpool, Airtl is, p. m. Bacon, 511. per
cwt. ftrihort clear middles. ,,.,
LcntDoir, April IS, 8 p. m. Tallow, 42-'.Qi2i.
6d. perewt. " ,--,
Havawa, April li-Sugar firmer; NDem
arara,U10 reals per arrobe, eurrenor,1Sa7Jf,
gold. "
WOODRUFFS FILE-HOLDER.
adopted by the Government, Is fast becoming the
Standard Document file of the country. For sale
by Statioaers and at the manufactory,
os. 70s akd 707 Niirrn stbxst jiobtiiwxst,
Washington, D.;C. mlixMni

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