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THE NATIONAL BEPUBlilOAN. a HEYDAY MOBNTN. SEPTEMBER 5.186.
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RUTHERFORD B. HAYES,
FOB V1UE PRESIDENT:
. WILLIAM A. WHEELER,
of New YorR.
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Protection of Unittd States citizens at
home and abroad is the motto of the Re
There is no violation of the rights of
States in Judge Tail's letter of instructions
to United States marshals; but those In
structions will serve to preserve and pro
tect the rights ol ci izens of the several
Those rifle and taure clubs in South
Carolina and elsewhere will have an op
portunity now to show their inclination to
"preserve peace C) and good order" (?) in
the presence of blue-coated representatives
of tLo Federal Government.
Our specials from Louisiana show the
necessity of immediate interference by
some proper authority for the preservation
of Hie and property in that State. Inno
cent and unoffending Republican officials
are being shot down without fear of pun
ishment by "disguised strangers."
Private advices from the Pacific
coast state that all the old staunch Repub
licans are willing to insure the ticket five
thousand majority in California. Oregon
ians now in California report Oregon as
safe or Hayes and Wheejer. The conduct
of the House last session wastoo much of
practical reform seccsh Democracy for the
Never before has the Administration
been so thoroughly in accord with the
fundamental principles of the Republican
party as it is to-day. Attorney General
Taft's letter of instructions to United States
marshals is based upon the idea that every
qualified voter is free and equal, and that
his rights shall be protected by the strong
arm of the General Government This
act, approved as it has been after due de
liberation by President Grant, is a fitting
climax of his eight years of sturdy adher
ence to the party of loyally and equal
An American recently returned from a
tour of Europe remarks: "I see they have
" pretty much ceased their abuse of Grant.
" "Why is ii?" The answer was made that
he wes no longer feared as a candidate for
re-election. "Ah 1 " said he, " the licen
" tiouscess of the American press has much
" to answer for in its false portraits or our
" public men and the character of our
"citizens abroad. Experience only can
" teach one the humiliation he must
" undergo in foreign lands while explain
' ing that the abuse cf public men by our
" press i3 only slander for political iffsct.
" Foreigners can't comprehend it."
It wot:lt seem that there can be no
valid e xrj'.e for such accidents as that on
theBal'.more and Ohio railroad on Sunday
morning, by which an innocent engineer
lost his lire at his post of duly. The
miraculous preservation of all the other
lives on the several trains was no especial
credit to the company. The two coal
hopper trains had no right to be so close
together as to have collided. The con
ductors of both these trains must have
known that the "Western express was due
there about that time. Indeed, it appears
to have been a little past due, and yet
there does not appear to have been any
successful effort made to prevent the first
or the second collision. "We do not wish
hastily to condemn the officials in charge
of these trains, but we do insist that it is
due to the traveling public that the Mary
land authorities should sift this matter
thoroughly and ascertain where the fault
lies, and then mete out uch penalty as will
prevent a recurrence of like disasters.
Suppcse death at the Lands of the execu
tioner were the penalty for a fatal railway
collision. Should we have any then?
Not, we venture to say, if sober men were
employed in the manaecment of trains.
An eminent jurist, now on a foreign
tour, for many years nominally a Democrat,
but taking no active part in the politics of
the country, was recently asked what he
thought of the political outlook. The ques
tioner.being fnlly aware of the Judge's aver
sion to politics, hardly expected any well
digested response, although he well knew
that, if his query had been in regard to a
law point, he would have been favored with
a clear and decisive answer, phrased in the
tersest language. "What was his surprise,
therefore, when the Judge raised his eyes
from the American journal in which he
had been perusing tho action of the ex
Confederate House, and said: "I have
"just discovered the mission of the Demo
" cratic party of to-day." "Indeed! I am
"surprised." "Yes, I have though. It has
" puzzled me long, and ha3 in a quiet way
' occasioned me at limes no little concern
" But now that is all dispelled, and the
" whole thing stands out as clear as san
" light." "And vhat may this mission
" be, praj?" "Why, it is simply to keep
" the Republican party in power."
The New York Sun, of Sunday, has
a long article on the manumission of the
Russian serfs. Great erudition is dis
played (gotten from the Encyclopedias)
in giving the names of the masters, "the
Boyars," and the serfs, "the moujiks;"
but the animus of the whole article is
that the act of emancipation was unfor
tunate and ill-timed. It is said thatatleast
fifty years will be required to render the
emancipation a success. A slight allusion
is made to the emancipation of the slaves
in the South, but when the fact is remem
bered that the Sun is now Gov. Tilden's
c'lief organ, this allusion is sufficient to
show the intent of the article. It is to
show that fifty years would be required to
perfect the emancipation of the Southern
Flavcs, and is intended to convey a delicate
Ji!nt to "Wale Hampton and the other
Soutlem friends of Got. Tllden ll&t they
may expect him to adopt a line o! po'icy
that will enable them to noli thecolO'ed
men in bondage that tme. "Wdwiie not
aware until the publication of the artl le
in the Sun that the Southern Demt era's
had required such a pledge from Titles,
and that he had given it, but the article in
his organ indicates clearly that such is the
fact. This explains why the Ku Klux and
"While Liners are determined to give the
solid vote of the South for Tilden. They
regard this pledge much more highly than
his barrels of money, and will resort to any
means, not excepting murder, to secure
The text of Attorney General Taft's
letter of instructions to United Slates mar
shals, printed elsewhere, indicates exactly
how the peace is to be preserved and the
right to register and vote is to bo protected
during registration and election this fall.
The legal rights of voters are clearly and
fully set forth, and the duty devolving
upon the United States marshals to appoint
deputies to such an unlimited number as
may become necessary, and that of all
persons, including State officer?, to jolnand
become part of the marshal's pone eomita
tut, if required, is fully enjoined. The
National and State troops are subject to
the command of the marshal upon these
occasions, if their services shall be needed.
The Attorney General appears to have
comprehended the law and the facts. His
letter is oae of the clearest and best defined
State papers which has appeared in a long
time. There is no mistaking its purport.
The waj faring man and the highway
"White Liner, though a fool, may compre
hend it. It means to secure a free and
unbiased expression of opinion at the ap
proaching election of all legal voters of all
parties without any outside interference
from outside parties. "Where our marshals
are men of nerve and plnck and select men
of like stamp for deputies the effect of this
circular will be salutary. If there are any
who are of different calibre and quility,
they had better resign and give place to
others. "We sincerely trust that this letter
defining the duties of citizens and officers
will be all that will be found necessary to
be done to insure a fair election and safety
to the lives and property of voters. It is
a timely warning to disturbers of all sorts
and conditions. If it is not heeded, somc
boJy will undoubtedly be hurt.
TnE recent very material, sudden and
unexpected decline in the price of coil,
caused by the collapse of the combination
of several of the great carrying companies
who have persistently kept up the prices of
this article of necessity, in spite of the cur
rent commercial depression all over the
country, and the decline in prices of mer
chandise of all kinds, has caused no little
excitement among retail dealers in coal
all over the country. This great coal com
bination, as early as March last, issued
their circulars, fixing the price of coal for
the month of March, and at the same time
announced that there would be an advance
of from five to fifteen cents per ton for
each succeeding month, as they have done
each year since the formation of this com
bination in 1873, and to whhh they have
all along strictly adhered. The retail deal
ers, in order to avail themselves of the low
est prices, have been accustomed to lay in
their supply for the winter early in the
spring and summer, so that many of them
now have on hand large stocks bought at
the prices that obtained before the recent
fall. As the decline is about $1.50 to ?2
per ton it can be readily seen that there is
a probability of large losses to those who
are stocked up, and a very natural inclina
tion to keep ud prices as much as possible.
Sealers' who bad a light stock on hand are
fortunate, as they can now buy and sell at
prices which the first-named class are loth
to compete with. In these hard times we
are glad to note the price of any article of
necessity falling ; but, at the same time,
we sympathize with .those who sustain se
rious losses by reason of the bad faith of
the mammoth combination to which we
"Bolting Is a most excellent practice so-ne-timcE,
hut In these Instances nothing Is to bo
gained by local wrangling."
The above is an editorial comment of the
New York Tribune upon the situation in
the First and Fourth districts oi Maine.
"Wc take exception to this advice that is,
we do not believe in bolting at all. The
Tribune has encouraged bolting, and there
fore what wonder that it now has "the
poisoned chalice lifted to its own lips."
The invention it has patronized now "re
turns to plague the inventor." Reform
inside the party is the true corrective.
Bolting never cures the evil. The only
result that can be reached by this bolting
in the two Maine districts is the possible
election of two Democrats. It punishes
nobedy but the party. It puts in jeopardy
all true interests, and is damaging every
way to the nation and the party. The
time may come when it becomes the duty
of the people to destroy and utterly over
throw a party, but that hour has not yet
arrived with the Republican party. And
to bolt from Its regularly nominated candi
dates because you do not liko them per
sonally docs not admit of an excuse, nor is
it a sufficient reason to allege that the in
dividual candidate Is found wanting in
many respects, provided he is" sound on all
the issues which the party contends for.
The Tribune advises bolting "sometimes."
"We never advise it, because it leads to dis
integration and disaster. "When a party is
entirely corrupt and beyond recovery, de
stroy it, but while it maintains the right,
and is devoted to the perpetuation of just
and righteous principles, sustain it and
keep it intact, even though a few bad men
thrust themselves into the front and get
control foi a short time of offices and
emoluments. "Wo never advise bolting,
but when a party like the Democratic or
ganization becomes wholly corrupt, and
by its action would sap the very foundation
of the Government, then let it be destroyed
and utterly annihilated. The Republican
party may have a few corrupt members.
Endure them-while you must. Cast them
out as soon as possible, but never bolt till
the party is irredeemable. This we believe
to be the true policy, and the only way to
successfully combat and overthrow the
None of the heads of the Departments need
fear that the public service will suffer because
of the discharge of Democratic clerks. Re
publicans fully as competent can be found to
fill the place any Democrat Is discharged from
because he adheres to the enemy.
Quite a number of Democratic clerks are
trying to protect themselves by the indorse
ments of Republican Senators and Representa
tives. This should not save them, as in many
Instances they were given to get rid of Impor
tunities that had become unbearable.
The news from Colorado is very enconra;
lng to those who have allowed themselves to
apprehend that the first vote of the new State
would be In support of the Democratic ticket.
A gentleman well acquainted with the political
situation In that State writes: "Yon can
count Colorado as sure Republican, with two
gcod Republican Senators jn Congress."
The ax Is falliogheavilr in the Departments.
Several hundred clerks and employees have
been discharged, and we are glad to know
that the advice of the National Republican
has been to a great extent taken, and that
Democrats are generally being discharged.
Some shining examples of that party are still
retained, but we have no doubt they will go
before the guillotine, put In motion by Sam
Randall, ceases Its work. "Let our erring
brothers and sisters go In peace," Is our ad
vice to the heads of the Departments.
The latest news changes the aspect of affairs
In the East, and opens the field of conjecture
as to the final result to new speculations
again. It may be that, having shown her
strength and achieved a significant victory,
Turkey will bo more ready to listen to propo
sitions for peace than she was before the
battle of Friday, while the result of that
action can but be to give greater .Impetus to
the movement of the Fowcrs for scenring it
through their friendly mediation.
There Is nothing that was during the war
more distasteful to the Confederates than an
exhibition of the power of the General Govern
ment to "preserve a republican form or gov
ernment," and that they and their Northern
allies still entertain the same feelings Is
plainly shown by the hostility evinced and
clamor raised about the proposed review and
inspection of the vessels composing the North
Atlantic squadron at Tort Royal. There can
be nothing Improper In such an Inspection, ex
cept that It be an exhibition of the power of
the Government In Southern States.
Jlr. Horatio Seymour has burned the bridge
Lehind him by the publication of his declina
tion of the nomination of his party to a candi
dacy for gubernatorial honors. It is probablo
that Sir. Seymour's health had much to do
with his refusal to allow the use of his name
In the approaching canvass, but had Mr. Sey
mour's health been ever so good it is doubtful
if he would have allowed his name to be
coupled with that of Tilden's since his two
oaths In relation to Income have been given to
the public, side by side, and to the present
time remain, and seem likely to remain, unex
plained. A custom prevails of allowing persons ar
rested to register fictitious names at the police
stations. There may be and doubtless are
oltcn good reasons for suppressing tho real
name, but when that Is done care should be
taken that the names of reputable citizens arc
not substituted for those of the offenders. It
has occurred In many cases that Innocent per
sons have suffered annoyance at least and
sometimes more by such a substitution of their
names. If names are to be suppressed at all
let those of John Doe and Richard Roe, or
even a blank, take their places.
The special dispatch to the London 2im-,
which we print this morning, is probably the
most reliable war news lrom the East which
has been received since the war began, and
even this correspondent, In his retreat, fell
Into the probable error of supposing that the
Turks had entered Alexinatz, snch a report
having been since denied. It Is likely that the
Turks also suffered severely as well as the
Servians, and that a wise generalship was
manifested In not attacking a strongly fortified
position with troops exhausted by ten hours'
hard fighting, even though defended only bv
troops as exhausted as themselves. It is
plain, however, that the Servians have been
"Whenever there Is a decline In coal, and
prices reach a figure below the Ideas of tho
railroad monopolies that control the trans
portation of this prime necessity, they resort
to some means to prevent the coal reaching
the market. Formerly there would be a dis
agreement as to wages, generally believed to
be brought about through the agency of these
men, ending in a strike of the miners, and then
with a hue and cry about a stoppage of work
at the mines, scarcity of coal, &c., tho coal
taken out at starvation prices would be
worked off by the wily operators and monopo
lists at a dollar or two advance of fair and re
munerative prices. But of late there has been
a combination of producers to limit the sup
ply, and keep prices at such figures as they
might determine upon. As might have been
expected, the greed that led to the Imposition
of so high a tax on the fuel of the poor and
rich has led to a breach of the compact by
those over anxious to reap the benefit. They
have killed the goose that laid their golden
eggs, and coal has gone down. But all wars
must have an end, and it Is not probable this
vlll be of long duration. It is to the Interest
of all the "powers" to get back to high prices
again, and the public will doubtless soon find
that the cost of the war will be levied on them
in the shape of higher prices for their fuel.
Ql Ftnn TO LOAX AT TEN PER OEXT.
4XkJJ' on if M estate northwest pirt of the
city. Applrio'J. H. S.."Uilogce. sep5
TROYS MATH. AND CLASSICAL AOAD
XV E3IY. aodcrUnd's Church, Four-airl-a-half
ftreet northweU, between O street and Indiana
aTiaue. opens ltd seventh year MOND Y, faeptem
txrl. Circulars at the Principal's residence, 1315
Four-and-x-half urtret houthweat. scp5-6m
YEINO AND SCOURING E3TAI1LISH-
MKNT. Theundcrslzned call the attention
of the public to trie lact that ther are now srepsred
to execute all orders for DYEING AND SCUUi:
1N(J, Ktrarantrelnjc satisfaction In eTery tae.
Have iMen -Ubtcn Tra-s In the bmlne In the
Citvoffcw York. W.S. ULAKKK A CO.,
1SU9 Sfvmih street, between a and T northwest.
EonacTonx college, d. c.
rUfis!cl Department September 5.
Medical Department October 2.
law Department Octobers.
P. F. 11EALY, S. .1..
PARENTS AND GUARDIANS I
PUBLIC SCHOOL BOOKS.
CHARLES H. M0ULT0N,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
SO. 806 F STREET;?! ORTHTVEST,
(Le Droit Building.)
WASniXQTOJJ, D. C.
Money Loaned on BeM Estate Secnrltr.
Insurance riaccd In Sellable Companies.
121. Franklin Book-House. 121.
RETURNED AND IVELL-STOCKED WIT II
SEW BOOBS, STATIONERY, Ac,
selling; at greatly reduced prices.
SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL
Cheaper than the cheapest, and good as the best.
5.000 TOlumcs slightly soiled, good as new, at half
40, COO Tolames new, old and rare Books wanted.
noPKiifs a sons.
sc5-6t 121 Pennsylvania are. northwest.
Star. Chronicle and Crltlc-6t
A fall stock of all the
nsed In the pnbUc and prlrate achools and colleges
of the District, together with all desirable school
Tarents and guardians aro lnrttcd to call, as my
prices are as low as the lowesst.
J. C. PARKER,
eeS-et S27 Seventh strec'.-
And everything used in & School Room.
"DANIEL. DERONDA," by 'George Eliot, com
plete In two volume j. Tor sale at
Corner Four-and-m-Iialf street and
I'einmylianiu nvenuc. ici-tt
MEDIOAL DEPARTMENT OF THE UNI
VERSITY OF UE"RGETOVX.-The twen-tv-i'llilh
course or Lrctnre will begin MONDAY,
October 2, at & p. ra., with an Introductory br 1'rof.
Ariiford. Faculty-Samuel I'. Ilusey, St. D
Professor of the Theory and Practice of Slrdlcine;
FrncUjt. Ashford, M. !., Professor of Surgery;
Robert III bum, A. SI , SI. D., Professor of
Anatomy: Joepti Taber Johnson, A. M , SI. D..
Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and
Infants: Carl 11. A. Melnschmldt, SI. 1).. Professor
of I'hyblolojv: 'Wllllsm II. ICoss. Sr. D Professor
of Slaterla Sledlca and Therapeutics; uanlel J.
Ki Hey, SI. D., Professor of CliemWtry and Toxi
cology; t'harlrs It. llagner SI, D., Professor of
Clinical Sledldne; Charles V. Botrman, SI. D.,
Dcmontrator of Anatomy; John Walter, SI. D.,
Prosector to the Chair of Anatomy. During the
course Clinical Lectures will he dellreredat Prorl
drnre llospltal by Professors Eliot and llagner, and
at the Children's Hospital by Professors Ashford
and Rusey. The summer school will continue dur
ing the present month.- For further Information
apply to jtOUERT KKYBUK.V, M. D., Dean. Ko.
717 Fifteenth street northwest, Washington, D. C.
SEWIWO MACHINES OF ALL KINDS
for rent, and all attachments without extra
charge. McKCNNEY CO.,
se4-6t 427 .Xlnth street northwest.
ALL KINDS OF GENTLEMEN'S OAST
off wearing apparel can be sold to the yery best
adyantage by addressing or calling on JUaTH, 614 D
street, between Blxth and Serenth northwest,
jioies by mall pronpUT attended to, OunpaU,
KJ3-A MEETING OF TKB IOWA RE.
K7 PUBLICAN ASSOCIATION win be held
In Room 49 Le Droit building. P street, between
ElghUi and Ninth streets, TUH EVENING, at 7:30
O'clock sharp. All lowans, whether members or
not, are lnylted to attend. aepj
THE POTOMAC FRUIT GROW.
B.VS will bold an OPEN SIEETIMU TO
DAY at noon. In the Board of Trade Booms; Pspers
by John Paul on 'Pear Culture,' and Prof.Brsla
ard on "Pear Blight' the latter with micro
BepS J. E. SNODGRAS, Bcft'jr.
'THE SOUTHERN REPUBLICAN
Assoela'Ion holds Its ree-ulsr monthly
meeting at Clarle's hall. No. 479 PcnnsylTanla
avenue. Till" (Tuesday) EVENING. Regular
election of officers. Campaign rooms open erery
erenlng at No. 60S Seyen th street.
CIIAS. SIURPnY, President.
L. J. BARNES, Secretary. sepj
SrST-OFFICE OF THE METROPOLI-
sKS" TAJfSIlDDMXaSPCBIFTtXOCOJIPAXT OK
tub District of coloidia, 607bKTEXTii stbkkt
KonrawKST, Wasuisgtos. August 3t, ism. The
annual meeting of the stockholders of this Company
for the election of trustees will be held at the office
of the Company on THURSDAY, the 5th dayoj
October next, from 12 o'clock m. to Z o'clock p. m.
By order of the Boardof Trustees:
A. O. HALL.
033 BR. C. C. COX, HAYING BE-
KI' turned to the city, wili resume the practice
of his profession, temporarily suspended brpeces
saiyab&eLce In Philadelphia. Ofilcc: 1335 F street
northwtst. Residence: 2U7 East Capitol street.
crf.ee Hours: From 9 to 10:d0 a. i., and from 3 to
1:30 p.m. se2-lt
T'J5GUNS FOR SALE. WE HAVE
laXj? just received (besides onr ordinary stock of
second-hand and new tluns) a large conslcnnnntof
i ry line English breech and muzzle-loading Guns,
which mu t be sold within thirty days. V tbere
foreoncrthcmatsvpcrceut. less than theycostto
Import In gold; Each is fully warranted. Some
samples have been shop-worn, and will b sold very
low. Among the assortment are W. W. Greener,
Scott A fcon, J llollls. W. W. Bloorc, A. H. Ward,
Clalghbour Sons, (their latest make, with all mod
ern Improvements, from 10 to 14 gauge, m to 33 tn
barrel; from 62: to S pound,) London nne twlstt
laminated and Damascus barrels, rebounding and
trlplc-wedgc locks. Pistol and other cuolce stocks.
Also, a fine stock or gun findings and revolvers, at
S. GOLDSTEIN t CO.'S,
LOAN AND COS13IIS3ION BROKERS,
au31-tf Comer Tenth and D streets.
fTiS- MUSICAL CONSERVATORY1,
AT 1UE ELEGANT
MUSIC HALL. 432 NINTH STREET.
HO pays fur sixty ltssons In the First Grade.
raV Send for clicular.
au23-lm o. B. BULLABD, Director.
DISTBICT OP COLUMBIA.
August -J8. 1578.
Notice Is hereby given that on and after the nth
day of September itext the Ro-trd of Assessors of
the District or Co'.nmbls will. In compliance with
the act of July 12, 1876, Imposing a tax on all real
f.nd personal property In said District, assess the
peri onat property of all persons who hare failed to
make return of Mich property as required by said
act. In section 10 of said act of July il, 1&76, it Is
"ProrWcd, That If any person, iirtn or corpora
tion shall fall to make the list of nls or Its said prop
erty, as In this section provided for, the assessor
6hall. from the best information he can procure,
make an assessment against such person, nrm or
corporation, to which he shall add fifty per centum
GEORGE A. BOURER,
B. D. CARPENTER,
KTSTBEIIE3IBER JUSTH'S OLD
? S1AND. He pays for Second-hand Cloth
ing, Boots, bhocs, Ac, as "fair (cash) prices" as
healwa)shas. at 619 u street, between Sixth and
Seventh streets northwest. Note by mall promptly
attended to. sepll-U
TRY IMPROVED SODA, WITH
.. :, m. i r.i. SV.X..
JvH-Im Corner Seventh and E streets.
K&f" T M. C. A.
SABBATH EVENING, AT 8 O'CLOCK,
IN ASSOCIATION R00S13.
EVERYBODY WELCOME. J
DELICIOUS FRENCH CHOCO
LATE and VISTAR CKEASI SYRUP.-.
with IMPROVED SODA and GR NULATED ICE.
Jy21-2m KOLB'S, cor. Seventh and E streets.
RSSfStt PER SET, EITHER JAW, by
Dr. A. N. C. Welsenborn, Dentist, 405 Four
teenth street northwest: also, gold fillings done at
reasonable price and satisfaction given. apl2-tf
KTT"-- CARD TO ALL WHO ARE
V2j suffering from the errors and Indiscretions
of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of
manhood. Ac., 1 will send a recipe that will cure
you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary In South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. JOS.
T. IN MAN, Station D, Blbft House. New York
tf-T-CRAM'S FLUID LIGHTNING
IV-e? cures all pains and aches. Sold at Temple
Drug Store and by druggists generally. mrlS
COLDEST AND PUREST SODA
Water, with renulne frultlulces and creams.
at Temple Drug btore only. mylS
S3TPUBE SODA AND MINERAL
V5& waters, drawn from steel founts. Insuring
freedom from metallic poisons, at Temple Drug
Store only. myl5
KT3J-NO ONE EVER MADE SICK BT
s2Sr drinking soda or mineral waters at Temple'
Drug btore, as Improved apparatus and steel founts
guarantee purity or waters. mylS
Bgtf- THE BEST. "
HILBURN'S SODA WATER.
NATURAL SPRING WATERS ON DRAUGHT.
ICE-COLD TEA, COFFEE.
aplttf 1(29 Pa. avenue, near Wlllard's Hotel.
f-rg-SAMARITAN NERVINE, THE
It? great nerve conqueror, cures epileptic fits,
convulsions, spasms, St. Vitus dance and all ner
vous diseases; the only known positive remedy for
epileptic fits. It has been tested by thousands, and
has never been known to fall In a single case. Trial
package free. Enclose stamp for circular, giving
evidence of enres. Address, Dr. B. A. BIOHilOND,
Box 741, St. Joseph. Mo. no23-tf
KJSfTEETH 80 PER SET, EITHER
& jaw, by Dr. A. Pratt, graduate of onto Col
lege of Dental Surgery, and of the Rush Sledleai
College. Chicago, 4ul Seventh street, east side, cor
ner of D. Extracting children's teeth, 25 cents.
DR. J. B. JOHNSON. OF ALEX-
imlrtjL. Yi.. offers his nrofesslonal services
as Surgeon, physician and Oculist to the citizens of
the District of Columbia.
Office, No. 1411 Pennsylvania avenue, between
Wlllard's hotel and the Owen house.
Office hours from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. my23-tf
'LEGAL AND OTHER BRIEFS
PIIINTKD AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE
at the REPUBLICAN JOB OFFICE. nol3-tf
H O L H A N S
Fever and Acne and Liver Pad
CUBES WITHOUT MEDICINE, SIMPLY BY
TbeBent Liver Retrnlator In tne World
The only true cure for and preventive of malaria
In all Its forms:
Liver Complaint, Jaundice,
Xlllov) Fever, Sen-Sieknm,
&'euralgta,Btllout DUordert, Ac, Sc;
None genuine wlthont the Trade-Mark and Signa
ture of the Inventor on the wrapper.
Ask yonr druggist tor It. For certificates, read
little blue book Entv. y in the Air,
KO. F. KIDDER & CO.,
No. 83 John street. New York.
Sentbymallonsecelptof fZ, Je9-FMW&m
K5ST-WKAPPIXG PAPER FOB SAXX
Bag at thtaoacc.
mAX NOTICE I TAX NOTICE !
Headquarters for payment of Special Improve
Large discount saved br paying at once.
1123 Pennsylvania avenue,
sel-tt Between Wlllard's and Treasury.
roTOSIAC FERRY COSIPANY.
Steamers on the Potomac Ferry
line will mn from&entember 1 untfll
further notice accordlne- to the following schedule:
Leave Washington at 7:30, 8:30, 0:33, 16:33. 11:30 a.
m., and 12:30, 1:30. 2:30, 3:3', 4:30, 5:30 and 6:33 p. m.
Lcai e Alexandria at 7:30, 8:30, 9:30, 10:30, 11:30 a.
m.. 12:30, and 1:30, 2:30, 3 JO, 4:30, 5:30 and 6:3o p. m.
Bunday First trip, 8:30: last trip from each city, 7
p. in. an31-5t
S. M. FASSETT,
(ronxxm-T or Chicago,)
925 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
GALLinT AND STUDIOS OFIH FBXI TO ALL.
SOMETHING NEW, CHEAP
THE GREATEST NOVELTY
ever Introduced Into America. Especially suitable
THOUSANDS ABE BEING SOLD.
Sent, post free, for 50 cents, y
345 and 347 Broadway, New Tortt
Bo. 041 T street, near Lewla
Johnson fc Co.i Banb.
All MONUMENTS on hand sold at a great redac
tion. All new orders made by designs of the latest
styles. The best workmanship and Dest ITALIAN
MARBLE guaranteed, at)
OrtEJ O STEEET NORTHWEST FOR
JUVJtf rent, furnished: rooms, single or ensulte;
all modern conveniences; two lines of cars pass the
OK R E N T
Le Droit Building,
Le Droit Ktilldtng,
Lc Droit Building,
St. Cloud Building,
St. eioad Building.
A. L. BARBER & CO.,
Le Droit Building.
flCld. M STREET NORTHWEST FOR
vJLtt: rent, two nlcely-furnlshcd communleat
lng front rooms, with bath room. sel-6t
FOR RENT OFFICE ROOMS IN CITI
zens' National Bank building, uow occupied by
the Sinking Fund Commissioners, qnlreof
sel-5t A. B. APPLESlAn, Vice President.
OA.O K STREET, CORNER OF TENTH
ttr7 northwest-Desirable ROOMS with first
class BO ARD for permanent and tramlent guests.
Convenient to .street cars, and chariots pass the
door. Sloderate terms. au25-!2f
1 99Q PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N
SJUZ.O W Full KENT A desirable STORE,
now occupied by L. F. CLARK, who will remove
to No. 1113 F street about September 20.
QfiQ A STREET NORTHEAST FUR
OUO NISHED ROOMS AND BOAltD.-F street,
Pennsylvania avenue cars and Chsrtots close at
band. Gas, water and bath-room In house. an21-tf
T 1 fn SIXTH STREET NORTHWEST
aAVJU For Rent Finely-furnished Parlor and
Rooms. Terms moderate. au!7-lf
TTIOR RENT DESK AND DESK.ROOSI ON
A? reasonable terms In a desirably-located, ele-
rantly-finlshed and furnished office, complete in all
M. EASTWOOD, Broker,
my2 1302 Pennsylvania ave.
fTOr THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH
I AJ WEST. FOR KENT Newly-fumlshe4
BED-ROOMS and PARLORS. Jan5-tf
FOR RENT TWO LARGE, ELEGANTLY
furnished, communicating ROOSIS, fronting on
Seventeenth street and Pennsylvania avenue. In
quire corner of Seventeenth street and Pennsylva
nla avenue. Army and Navy Slarket. Jant-tf
er-ll THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH
tJJLX WEST, between E and F. Members of
Congress and others desiring handsomely-furnished
Rooms, with or without board, can be suited by ap
plylng as above. References exchanged. no2-tr
tT 1 SEVENTH STREET, OPPOSITE THE
O XX POST OFFICE.-FOP. RENT Two com
municating office rooms, at $25 per month; also, sev
eral handsomely-furnished apartments In an elegant
house, with or wtthout cord. AppyatRoom No.
2. SU Seventh spec dec2-tf
1 q-i rr rhode island avenue the
XXJA.1J Cottage In which I have resided ever
since Its erection Is nowtufiVred lor Kent cheap to
desirable tenants: also, for Rent Store and Dwell
ing House southeast corner Fourteenth and P
streets northwest. Apply at No. 1413 N street
northwest, or Wm. SlcLcan's lumber yard, corner
Thirteenth and B streets northwest. sepS-6t
T711 NEW YORK AVENUE. NEAR
JL XX New Stste Denartment-For Rcnt-A
two-story Brick House, eight rooms. halL cellar,
front and back yards: 60uth front; $J0 a moath, m
advance. Inquire on the premises, or next door.
FOR RENT AT 33 EACH PER MONTH
Two nf those new, handsome COTTAGESat
LoDrUt Park, complete with all modern conveni
ences. Be sure to examine them before looking
elsewhere. A. L. BARBER CO.,
sc2-7t Lc Droit BuUdlng.
I70R RENT NEW S1X-ROOSI FRAME
. HOUSE on Third street; lias water. Sc. Rent
low. CHARLES P. PUSIIAW,
au30-6t No. KM F street.
C)A NINTH STREET NORTHEAST FOR
Jt RENT. Eight Rooms and Bath-room, hot
and cold water, coking range, coal vault, gass and
all modern Imnrovenunt1. Rnt, S33 per month.
Apply to RICHARD ROTH WELL.oa the premises.
HOUSES AND FARMS FOR SALE. SEV-eraltwo-storyHOUSESandt'OTTAUES
monthly payments. Valuable Building LOTS (9
on easy terms. Also, FARMS In the Dlstrlet, SSS
Maryland and Virginia for Sale or exchange.
APPLETON P. CLARK.
mhlS-'WFSItr 708 E street nortnwest.
FOR RENT A (JOOPfOUSE AND STORE,
with all the modern Improvements gas, water,
Ac situated .... the northeast corner of Thirteen-and-a-half
andD streets northwest. Apply at the
AQENTLEMAN OF COLLEGIATE EDU.
CATION and legal training desires a position
as clfrk In a law office. Address Box 57 Post Office,
Washington. D. C 8cp5-2t
ANT ED-SMALL HOUSES IN ALL
Darts of the cltv. E. K. WILSON.
sep5-6t 511 Seventh street.
TTANTED A FARJI WORTH ABOUT
tv 110.000, In trade for city property; also, a small
properly In Unlontown, D. C.
w.-4-St E. K. WILSON, 511 Seventh street.
Tr ANTED J3.C0O ON REAL ESTATE SE
T v curlty, at nine per cent. Interest.
TALLSIADGE A CO.,
" sel-t 92s F street northwest.
-rrrANTED-3,5oo on realist ate se-
v V curlty, at ulue percent., for a term of years.
TALM1ADGE & CO..
sel-tt 923 F street northwest.
TTTANTED 64,:oo FOR THREE YEARS, ON
V T rt&l ctate security, at ten per cent. Interest.
sel-8t 823 F street northwest.
TTrANTED 10,a0. FOR A TER5I OF
v v years, on rirst class real estate security, at
eight per cnt. Interest.
TALLSIADGE A CO..
sel-6t 923 K street northwest.
A' y A S H I O N A B L E DRESS-MAKER,
thoroughly acquainted with the latest Paris
and London falous, wl.hes a position as fore
woman In a first-class establishment. Address E.
E. It.. lUrcBUCAa office. sel-3t
TTANTED FOR ZA PLACE ON TENTH
t f street eas1, (a nice residence.) a neat country
place on railroad near the city. Price, 3.000.
Jy22-tf R. M. HALL. 51S Seventh street.
TTANTED A FEW VACANT LOTS ON
v T Fourteenth street, well located, for a nice
residence on Capitol Hill. Clear.
Jy22-tf B. M. HALL. 515 Seventh street.
TIT ANTED A FINE GROCERY STORE
it on Ninth or F streets, good stand desired,
with cellar. 4c. Price, jiun to 7,000. We will
pay cash for such a store and stock.
R. SL HALL.
Jy22-tf 815 Seventh street.
CT O A DAY AT HOME. AGENTS
DX i-i wanted. Outfit and terms free. TRUE A
CO., Augusta, Maine. mh3-ly
SECONDHAND CLOTHING WANTED AND
the HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID. Incon
sequence of the large sales made dally, I am In
need of the above, and am prepared to buy all
kinds or GENTLEMEN'S, BOYS AND LA
DIEM GARSIENTS. HATS, BOOTS, SHOES,
BEDDING, WATCHES, PISTOLS, Ac. at the
very highest cash prices. By calling or addreailni
by mall prompt attention will be given by
acg25-tf 817 D street northVeat.
DR. A. PRATT, DENTIST, HAS HE
moved to the northwest corner of Seventh and
D streets, over Crandall's bookstore, wbere he will
be pleased to see his old patrons, and the general
TO LOAN-SEVERAL SSIALL SUMS OF
SIDNEY, from two to M.OOO, In hand, to loan on
first class real estate security.
fcJ THKO. F. GATCHEL.
se2-10t Comer Eleventh and F streets.
OXJ.JyJJ. ti.0OV.TO LOAN on real es
tate. ' E.J. SWEET, 5U Seventh street.
AW. SCHARIT HAS REMOVED HIS
law office up stairs, 458 Louisiana avenne.
T7TOR SALE, EXCHANGE OR RENT THAT
.-- neauiiruuy nnunea itju3iiir.nt;c, ih 4
treet northwest, containing seventeen rooms, j
lmnrovrments. Half cash. Annlr to V. NOT-J
T1NGUASI, corner of Third and K streets south
east, or to F. A. POSEY, Fort Foot, Maryland.
Cheap Fall Dry Goods.
"VTool Flannels. 15, 18, 30, 25 to 75 cents.
Canton Vlannel, 8 to 25 cents.
Ca tlinerrfi, for men and bora, Terr cheap. School
children ran be fitted out cheap.
Fall Calicoes, f M to 8 cents, woth 10.
Fall Dress tioods, L2M to 60 cents.
Cashmeres In seal brown, nary bine, bottle green,
dark slates, CO cents per yard up.
btrges and Twills, Z5 cents, worth 4).
Iliac Cashmeres, 75, 87, ?t to f 1.50.
Black Silks at old prices; f I to $4
Carpets at cost.
Fair dealing to all.
T. N. NATTDAIN,
anil.tf No.TO Market Space.
We take pleasnre In calling; tne at
tentlon ofjpurcnaiera toonr very larsro
and complete assortment of FOIIEIUN
AND DOMESTIC CABl'ETS, which wi
have Inst received, via:
ENULIS1T IIOYAL WILTONS.
AMERICAN BOOT BRUSSELS.
BOUT BRUSSELS Hall ana Stair,
CKOSSLEY'S ENGLISH VELVET,
S4 and 6-4 Private,
CHOSSLEY'S ENGLISH TAPESTBT,
34 and 6-4 Private.
BOBDEBED CABPETS for Stained
cnoSSLEVS TAPESTBT Hall and
Stair, In sets, ,
ENGLISH VENETIAN Hall and
Stair, In sets,
A Full Line or INGRAIN CABPETS,
FLOOB DRCOOETH, all slses,
MOQOETT, WILTON AND VELVET
BUGS In Great Variety,
l'LOOU LINENS, 10-4, 12-4 and 16.4
Also, a roll line or CANTON HAT
TINGS, White, Cheeked and Fancy.
HOOZ BRO. & CO.,
sepi-tf 132S F street Northwest.
ALBERT B. NOERR,
FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE A VERY
One bouse on K street, between sixteenth and
Seventeenth streets northwest, with stable. A
good fruit farm will be taken as. part pay (not ex
ceeding in value 86,000) and balance on long time.
CHARLES P. PUSHAW,
se5-t 808 r street.
OR SALE OR TRADE A SMALL HOUSE,
northwest, worth 82,0C0; a small country Dlace
would be taken In part payment. Aao, nne bouse
In West End. with Isfge lot and stable.
e4-3t E. K. WIL8 JN. 511 Seventh street.
5Rffl -NEW HOUSES FOB $310 EACH,
. l7t"V worth 11,200. Three years foroavment.
Eleventh street, between G and II streets north
east. Inquire at No. 934 P street northwest, room
4, up stairs, between the hours of 12 and 1 o'clock.
XflOR TRADE A SSI ALL FARM IN NEW
A.' Jersey, for a Lot or House In this city.
E. K. WILSON.
scl-6t 511 Seventh strjet.
T70R TRADE AN ELIGIBLE AND CON
A. venlcnt House on Sixth street, for a larger
one. and pay a difference. Also, a House and Lot
to trade for a lot, and assume a debt or pay a differ
ence. E. K. WILSON,
el-tt 511 Seventh street.
I7IOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
-' OR COUNTRY PROPEltTY-A nrst-class
Drug Store and Fixtures In the western part of the
clly. Elegant natures and no better location In tho
city for a large fancy drug business. New Soda
.Fountain. For further particulars lminlre or
sepi-tf -It. SI. 11AI.I., 515 Seventh street.
ITOR RENT. THE QUEEN FAR3I. OF
- fifty acres with good dwelllng-iiouse and neces
sary outbuildings. A s a truck farm it Is not excelled
by anS other within IirtT miles or Washington It Is
located two mllea from Washington city, on the lino
of Slftropolltan railroad. App'y to GEORGE S.
KOONTZ, office B. and O. R. if. Co., Washington,
I. C. auSl-ThXS2t
I70R TRADE A FINE RESIDENCE ON
UNION STREET.BROOKL.YN. N. Y., with
Brown Stone trimmings. Three stories and ba..e
nicnt, also good cellar. Hot and cold wattr.wlth all
other modern Improvements. Rents for 55 ptr
juuiuM. luciiuiurauce ui ci.mu to oe assume! uy
purchaser. Price. ts,01. Will trade for unlucum.
bercd city property.
U. 51. IIAI.I..
515 Seventh street.
EXCHANGE F IKE RESIDENCE ON
Erie railroad. Will exchange for Washington
city property. Good fruit, large house and neces
sary outbulldlnrs. Distant from New York 22miles,
near Paterson, New Jersey. Apply to Dr. W. H.
TA Y LOR. 608 K street northwest. aug25-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP LOTS AND ONE
square, near Lincoln park, at about assessed
value 6 to 8 cents per foot. R. St. HALL,
an!2 515 Seventh street.
OR SALE TWO FINE LOTS ON A
street north, near Third street, at 50 cents per
foot. R. M. HALL.
anl2 515 Seventh street.
OR TRADE COUNTRY SEAT OF 5
acres, north or city 7 miles. Forest Glen sta
tion, on Point of Rocks railroad. Finely Improved.
Large bouse. 12 rooms. Barn, sprlnes, Ac. Lawn
and line shade. Will trade forahoue or vacant
ground here, Baltimore. Philadelphia or New York.
an!2 R. SI. HALL. 515 Seventh street.
I?OR TRADE 22AORES ONE HALFMILE
- from Boundary street, north or the city. A por
tion of It fine forest. Will be traded for a good bouse,
and difference In Incumbrance on house assumed.
au!2 It. St. HALL. 51. Seventh street.
FOR TRADE A FINE HOUSE OF IS
rooms. In best order. In Georgetown. Will be
traded for a farm on the Eastern Shoreof Maryland.
Price, 18,CC0. R. Si. HALL,
aul2 515 -Seventh street.
FOR TRADE IN MONTGOSIERY
county, near railroad, thirty-two miles out,
3G2 acres, msgnlflcentlv Improved, land rich: CO
acres In CHOICE FRUIT, 15jin grass,4c.,4c. WU1
trade for city property.
Jy28-tf R. SI. II ALL. 515 Seventh street.
rOR TRADE A FINE LOT OF FIRST
CLASS Texas land Is offered for trade.
3y28-tf R. SI. 11 ALL, 515 Seventh street,
FOR TRADE-MO ACRES IN NEBRASKA
will be traded for a house and lot her", and pay
some cash. R. SL HALL,
Jr23-tf 51i seventh street.
OR TRADE-111 ACRES, WITH FINE
boute and fruit; good land, on Aqueduct road,
near Cabin John's bridge, Slonlgomery county.
W Ul exchange for city property. Price. st.OOT.
Jy23-tf R. SI. HALL. 515 Seventh street.
FOR TRADE IN BALTIMORE A RESI--DENCE;
new; 10 rooms; all modern improve
ments; we'l located on Franklin street. Price,
f5U). WU1 trade this fine property for a good
house In Washington. It. SI. II ALL.
Jy2S-tf 515 seventh street.
FOR TRADE 100 ACRES A SPLENDID
farm adjoining George W. Riggs. Fine house
of 15 rooms, porches, bay windows, beantlful shade
and lawn, sweet, cool water, several thousand fruit
trees pears, peaches, apples, cherries 500 grapes,
currants, raspberries, &c, 4c. Eighty acres nuder
cultivation; good neighborhood. Will exchange
this farm for city property. R. M. HALL,
JySt-tf 515 seventh street.
TfOR TRADE 310 ACRES A GOOD FAR3I
X In Lnnenbcrg county. Va., lying In ten miles of
the Richmond railroad, and within IX miles of the
court-bouse. Farm-house, Ac. One naif In splen
did timber. Will trade this for a neat house worth
ti OK) to M, COO and pay about 1,500 cash. Price of
farm only to per acre. A rare chance for a cheap
farm. tt. M. HALL,
lr2S-tf 615 Seventh street.
TTIOR TRADE TWO HOUSES ON CAPITOL
X Hill, worth (5,000 each. Incumbered (2,000 each.
Will trade equity fur a small farm.
Iy22-tf It. M. HALL. 51S Seventh street.
FOR TRADE ABEAUTIFULRESIDENOE
on the Kalamazoo rlvir, Michigan, town of
Allegan; large grounds and a fine lot of nfteeu ae res
near, v, in iraue lor property nere, anapayaiuer-
i. ji. nAiiii,
515 Seventh street.
FOR TRADE I "WILL EXCHANGE SOME
of the finest ground facing the Capitol for a farm
near Washington. It. SI. HALL,
jy22-tf 515 Seventh street.
FOR TRADE. 0 ACHES OF FINE LAND
in Nebraska will be traded for property In or
near Washington: also, 600 acres in Iowa all well
located. R. SI. HALL,
J)-22-tf 515Sevntn street.
I?OR TRADE BOOKS. 4,000 OF SECOND.
- hand books, now In a good stand here, will be
exchanged for real estate. R, M. HALL.
Jv22-tf 515 Seventh street.
TCTOR TRADE A BRICK HOUSE, WITH
A? residence and drug store, 10 rooms, near Navy
Yard, and 20, ouo square feet of groundln square 1019.
AVUl trade one or both for a good residence, corner
desired. In northwest part of the city.
lyg-tf R. M. II ALL. 515 Seventh street.
TPOR TRADE FOUR SSIALL FRAME
X houses on I street northeast five rooms. Will
be traded for a larger house, and assume some In
cumbrance. Value, S1.2u0uach.
Jy22-tf K. SI. HALL. 515 Seventh street.
FOR TRADE HOUSE ON K STREET,
with ten rooms; all modern Improvements,
Will trade for a small house or vacant lots, at S6.C00.
Jy22-tf R. SL HALL. 515 Seventh street.
IriOR TRADE A HOUSE, -WITH THREE
. acres of ground, at Darncstown, Montgomery
county, SId., near railroad; nine rooms; fine shade;
fruits and flowers, and healthyspot. WUltradefor
Jy22-tf R. SI. HALL. 815 Seventh street.
OR TRADE NEARLY NEW HOUSE OF
eleht rooms: ras and water: small house on
alley under rent, stable, &c. Large lot with trees
on L street, near navy yard. Will be traded for
vacant lots or smaU farms.
Jy2Mf K. M. HALL. 515 Seventh street.
I?OR TRADE AT MANASSAS JUNCTION-
One acre of ground and a neat Frame House,
with some fruits, grapes, Ac Price, f 1,000. Will
put In the house and toUO for a house In somepart of
this city. R. M. HALL,
Jy22-tf 515 Seventh street.
FOR TRADE A SPLENDID RESIDENCE
on Wabash avenue, in Chicago Will be ex
changed for a house here. R. M. 11 ALL,
Jy22-tT 515 Seventh street.
FOB TRADE HOUSE NO. 1229 ON TENTH
street northwest, fronting 20 feet by 100, live
rooms. WW trade this for a smaller place. Price,
f3.SU). It. SI. II ALU
y22-tf 515 Seventh street.
OR TRADE A BEAUTIFUL HOUSE
and fine larze eronnds. In New Rochelle. near
New York city, for trade for property here. P rice.
St. JL, nAUU,
515 Seventh street.
10RSALE-A FRAMEHOUSE, T7IT1I IOT
20 feet front, on 51 street, between Seventh and
Eighth streets, at $3,000. Easy terms
a, ju, II
ALL, 515 Seventh street.
FOR TRADE-45,000 OF JEWELRY, FIRST
CLASS, will be traded on a farm of 500 or 00
acres, and assume an Incumbrance of reasonable
amount. R. M. HALL,
Jy22-tf 515 Seventh street.
TTIOR TRADE 1,200 ACHES OF LAND IN
JL' Missouri will be traded with a stock of Jewelry
for a farm In Virginia, and some money paid.
Jy22-tf 515 Seventh street.
IjlOR TBADE-208 ACRES OF LAND IN
. Pennsylvania, containing live veins of coal,
easy ol shipment. Iron ore and timber, will trade lor
property here. B. SL HALL,
Jl22-tr 815 Seventh street.
FOR TRADE-S40 ACRES IN ST. MARY'S
County, with good Improvements, will be
traded for other property here, or near.
R. M. HALL.
Jy22-tf 515 Seventh street.
TJiOR TRADE-40 AORES OF SPLENDID
X land In Jackson county. 111, , near railroad and
town, very cheap; will trade for a house here.
Jy22-tf B. M. HALL,
615 Seventh street.
FOR TRADE-0 AORES NOBTH OF THE
city; s nice farm; will be traded for city prop-
XV. .U. UAltl,
575 Seventh street-
IOR TRADE-M ACRES. WITH LARGE
fine residence. 1.50O vounar fruit trees. 10 acres
of timber, 2 miles from cltv-, with flneTlews of city
ana river; Wlis iraue lor cut lois or nouses.
R. SL HALL, 815 Seventa street.
A BABE CHANCE.
'Wishing to devote oar time e daslvely to oar
regular established business or 'Insurance and
Real Estate," we have decided to offer to one or
more ENERGETIC-RESPONSIBLE parties the
lease tor a term of years of the vali sble property on
r street, between Ninth and Tenll streets, known
WITH ALL FURNITURE AND FIXTURES
complete. It 1 needless to Ante that this
Hallbas irlthln the past ten months gained a popu
larity without rival In this part ofthc country. To
a party adapted to this peculiar business, and will
ing to devote their personal attention, tola la the
best opportunity ever offered In this city.
ulv particulars can be obtained at our office on
the premises. TALLSIADGE A CO.
HV'AMn5oN HOUSE, FOURTEEN TH AND
K streetsnorthwest, opposite Franklin square.
Desirable rooms for permanent! and transients;
also table board. ama-lm
JQT D STREET NORTHWEST GOOD
OOJ- BOARD and ROOM, at to and 3 peri
week. Transient, tl per day.
A rra Pennsylvania. venue, near
rtlJ Sixth-street Depot. First-class board.i
with room, from (4 to 10 per week; transient, si.M
per day. fcU-tf
TREMONT HOUSE, COB, OF SECOND
STREET AND INDIANA AVENUE.
Rates? Per day, ti50; per week, 110: per month.
135. Table board per month, 2S. This favorite hotel
has recently been Improved, newly furnished and
heated with steam. Metropolitan ears pass the,
sou se to and from the Capitol. No liquors sold.
dt29-tf T. P. HILL. Proprietor. ,
Our large Ufe-llke BTF.rL EN
GRAVINGS of the PRESIDEN
TIAL CANDIDATES seUrapldiy.
Send ror circular. N. Y. Eugrav-t
log Co., a Wall street. Box r.2H
N. Y. -'
TTOR SALETWO FINE corner stobes
For Sale or Trade FARM, 200 acres, near Fred
ericksburg. HOUSE on K street, with modern conveniences.
o X. K. WILSON.
epS-at m seventh street.-
ITOE SALE-NEW TEN-ROOM HOUSE,
-press brick flont, bay window, gas. hot and
cold watr: best location In the city. Will be sold
a, n v u.u ub iu value, ana long time given
CHARLES P. PUSHAW.
80s P street.
FOB SALE-NEW SIX-ROOM FRAME
..O.ons? ror "-Xe Iow. or will exchange for good
building lot northwest.
CUARIE3 P. PUSHAW;
scj-tt 801 F street.
FOR SALE ONE OF THE FINEST
Building Lots In Sfount Tleasant to a party
who will Improve at once. So payment down;
eight years in which to nay.
CD.ARLES P. rUSHAW.
seWt sua V street.
FOR SALE A VERY DESIRABLE NEW
BRICK HOUSE on Sixth street, between Y
and G streets One of those beantlful new Houses
on Thirteenth street, between L street and Slassa
chnsetts avenue. E. K. WILSON,
cel-et 511 Seventh street.
I70R SALE AT A GREAT SACRIFICE,
- 200 acres of good and desirable LAND, near
Tee Bee. Prince George sconnty. SId., and three
miles from railroad station: price, L,5X), eah.
au30-2w E. J. SW EET. 511 Seventh street.
FOR SALE SIXTY ACRES OF VERY
fine and desirable LAN D, three miles from the
northern boundary of the city; improvements oon
slstof a frame houseof five rooms, barn, granary,
Ac. Trice, 7,5u0, on easy terms; city property,
unincumbered, to the amount ofj 1,000 or it. Ouo will
be taken In part pay. E. J. SWEET,
au30-2w 511 Seventh street.
TTENTION PENNSYLVANI ANS.
. GRANGERS, CAPITALISTS AND SPECU
LATORS. FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE A GREAT BAR
GAIN. Slagnlficent farm and saw mill, near Stroudsburg
and Delaware Water Gap, 113 acres, excellent land,
75 under high state of cultivation, balance timber;
so acres seeded In grass, all mowed with machine;
large house, 30 by 32, wltb attachment, 15 by 40;
eight large, light, airy rooms: barn and all neces
sary outbuildings: saw mill In excellent running
order, machinery new, never-falling water-power;
excellent boating and trout-fishing; excellent pile
for summer boarders: headquarters of fijhermea
and huuters from city. Delightful location; per
t' ctly healthy. Price only fs,000: terms easy. Ad
dress WILSON PE1RSON, East Stroudsburg,
J. Y. N. nUYCK.
Real Estate Agent,
K No. 713 Fifteenth street northwest,
na28-tf Wi hington. D. C.
FOR SALE THREE HUNDRED AORES
orLAND, or any portion of it, on the Polntot
Rocks Road, locate.! at or near Forrest Glen Su
tton. Sid., nine miles from Washington. Inquire
of THOS. J. BROWN, Wheaton P. O., Md.
AUo. very cheap, one Lot of 36 acres. au2-im
OB S A LI..
We have SIXTY-FIVE THOUSAND TtRimrfor
sale at a low ngure. Apply at once.
I.MAIH1E A CO..
Real Estate Brokers.
028 F street northwest.
ARSHAT.T. HAII. FOB SALE.
Tills well-known and norralar Summer RMort. nn
uieiuarjia.Ltu nue oi me rotomsc
river, sixteen miles below Wash
.- a . j . m .a.' t.-.Z Z " -
ington, u. u and opposite Mount
Vernon, Is now otfered for B&leJg&n
on easr terms, or will trade forK4
cny property. The place contains 370 acres of land,
in exceiiem siaie-oi cumvauon; nas luuu young
peach trees, nearly all In bearing; an orchard ol
over ICO choice varieties of apples; a well-built old
fashioned mansion, with 12 rooms and spacious
balls, a large barn and several oatbuIldiQjrs, alt la
J:ood order, and fitted up in every way for a No. J
The river front Is fitted np especially for excur
sionists, and Is, without exception, the best loca
tion for this purpose on the Potomac river. There
Is an extensive Lawn reaching down to the water!
edge, numerous shade trees, arbors, booths, patent
swings Ac, and a pavllllon the largest south of
Philadelphia. There is excellent fishing, bathing,
and boating at the place, and It Is thought that a
first-class bummer Boarding-house would pay well,
as there Is nothing of the kind within seveniy-fiTe
A public road leads down to the wharf In front of
the premises, and Is the principal. If not the only,
outlet toward the river for fruits and produce from
farmers in Charles county. The site is a good one
for a tore, and there Is a building on the place ad
mirably adapted for snch a purpose.
The steamers Mary Washington and Arrow, from
'Washington, touch at the wharf on their dally trips
downward and upward. The .Lady of the Lake, the
Jane Mosely, the Thompson, and the two Baltimore
boats (the Washington and the Express) stop at
regular intervals, and daily excursions are run to
An enterprising party could easily make a for
tune at this stand. Apply to
B. H. WARNER, Real Estate Broker.
Jel9-tf Corner Seventh and F streets.
-ClOR SALE. A HOUSE, SEVEN BOOMS,
k- va r 11 ui iLreet cui, near cats, new ana
nice. or saie at fou per mo Din.
it. M. HAXU,
myS-tf 515 Serenth street.
TTIOR SALE HORSE, HUQOY AND HAS.
-- .axa, in nrsi-raie oruer. uorse is
kind, will stand wlthont hitching, and la
s lass roau nurse, inquire at
sc23-tf 427 Eighth street.
"CIOR SALE ON A. STREET N. E.
A two-story frame with Ave rooms, 2,500.
Applyto B.H. WARNER,SeventhandFsts.
A STREET SOUTHEAST.
A three-story brick house with U rooms, 911,000.
A three-story brick house with s rooms. .ooo.
Apply to B. II. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
B STREET NORTHEAST.
A three-story brick house with 9 rooms, tUOXS
Apply to B. U. WARNR. Serenth and Fats.
B STREET SOUTHEAST.
A three-story brick house. 10 rooms and store. t, 000.
A two-story brick house, 10 rooms, $6,000.
Apply to B. II. WARNER, Seventh and 7 sts.
An elegant property betweenllth and 15th sts.. S7.500
Aneat two-story frame near N. Capitol St.. tl.400.
Applyto B.H. WARNER, Seventh and Fata.
C STREET NORTIIYVE.ST.
A three-story brick house with 10 roons, 99,000.
A two-story Drick house and basement. 13,300.
Applyto B. II. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
COLUMBIA STREET NORTHWEST.
A two-story house above P street, $3,600.
A three-story house above P street. $3,600.
A two-story house above O street, $3.5-.
Applyto B. U. WARNER. Seventh and FsU.
CORCORAN STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick house with 10 rooms, $6,000.
Applyto B.H. WARNER, Seventh and Fsta.
STREETiSO UTD WEST.
A two-story house with 7 rooms. $1,000.
A two-story brick bouse with 6 rooms. $2,200.
Apply to B.H. WARN ER. Seventh and F sts.
A two-story brick on north side, $2,SO0,
A two-story brick en suth side, $2,300.
Applyto U. U. WARNER, Seventh and Fsts.
DE SALES STREET.
Seven elegant two-story bouses with 8 rooms and
. . r; '.. . .. -n . ..,-nn cr .. ,. . -
i. xi. )TAiuicii,oeTeinauui su.
E STREET NORTHWEST.
A live-story brick boose with 13 rooms, $13,000.
A two-story house with 9 rooms, $d,000.
Applyto B. H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
E STREET SOUTHEAST.
A twe-etory frame house with 4 roo-ns. $1,600.
Applyto B.H. WARNER, seventh and Fats.
EAST CAPITOL STREET.
A three-story bouse with 14 rooms. $7,000.
An old house on a lot. 27x129. $3,000.
Apply to B. 11. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
F STREET NORTHWEST.
A four-story brick house, with it rooms, near
Seventh street, $12 0x.
A four-story brick,wllh 12 roojas,near Tenth street,
A store and dwelling near Eleventh street, $15,000.
Apply to B. II. WARNER. Seventh and F sts.
F STREET SOUTHWEST.
A two-story frame, with 6 rooms, $2,000.
Apply to B. U. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
G STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story pressed hrlck.wlth large lot, $6,500.
Apply to 11. H. WARN ER, Seventh and P sts.
GRANT ATE., near 7th & Boundary.
A n w two-story frame house with 4 rooms, $700: $50
cash and $15 per month.
Apply to B. II. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
II STREET NORTHEAST.
A store and dwelllng.6 rooms, $2,500.
Apply to B.H. v7ARNER,Seventh and F sts.
H STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick bouse, near Eighth street, with
A two-story brick, with 7 rooms, near Seventh
Apply to B. H. WARNER,Seventh and F sts.
I STREET NORTHEAST.
A two-story brick houseuwlth 6 rooms $1,800.
Applyto B. U. WARNER.Seventh and F sts.
I STREET NORTHWEST.
An elegant residence, bet. 2d and 3d sts., $12,500.
A two-story house of 9 rooms, $t,ouo.
A two story frame near Twenty-flrst street, $2,000.
App'y to B. U. 'WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
A four-story brlck,wl th 9 rooms, 8,500.
Apply to B. H. WABNEU.3evenlaandFsts.
If. STREET NORTHWEST.
A four-story brtck,wlth 12 rooms, $10,000.
Apply to B. 11. WAltNER,Seventh and F sts.
M STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story double house, near 11th street. $25,000.
A two-story brick houe,wttb 7 rooms, near 13th
Apply to B. H. WARNKR,Seventhand F sts.
A commodious and beautiful mansion at lltli street,
Four frames near 7th street, $6,000.
A two-story frame near atu street, large loMsOTO.
A two-story frame m ar 9th street.ll rooms, $4,000.
Apply to B. U. WARNER,Seventh and Fsta.
A large bouse, 15 rooms, near Cth St.. (a bid wanted.)
A three-story houscwlth 9 rooms, near 6th street, (a
bid wanted ) ,
Applyto B. H. WARNER, Seventh andFsts.
N STREET NORTHWEST.
A neat residence near nth street. $10,500.
Two two-story frames near 5th street. $.1,500.
A two-story brick near 7th street. $!,.
Arply to B. H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
O STREET aORTHWEST.
A new three-story brick with 14 rooms. $11,000.
Applyto B. U. WARNER, seventh and F sts.
A three-story dwelling with store front, near Ninth
A three-story house, near N incteenth street. $6,800.
Apply to B. U. WARNER, Serenth and F su.
PARK ST., (NEAR lltU A E. CAPITOL.)
A two-story frame with 8 rooms, $1,700.
Applyto B. U. WARNER, seventh and F sts.
FIERCE ST., (NEAR lltb & S STS.)
A new frame, with 7 rooms, $2,500.
Apply to a. II, WARN ER, Seventh and F sts.
Q. STREET NORTHWFST.
A three-story brick, near Fourteenth street, with 13
x i"uhuii uric wuu o ruwms, (1.VW.
A two-story frame wllh4 rooms. $1,500.
Apply to U. U. WARN ER. Beventn and r sts.
B STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick house, near Fourth St.. $1,960.
Apply to a. 11. WARN EG, Seventh and F sts.
5 S STREET NORTHWEST.
A two-story house, near Thirteenth street, $4,000.
A two-storv house, above Fourteenth street. Sivit
A three-story honsesjiear Fourteenth street, $7,000.
Apply to B. H. WARNER, Seventh and t sts.
SANSOM STREET NORTHWEST.
Nos. 1412 and 1414. each $1,500.
Applyto B.U.WAKNcR, Seventh and Fats.
T STREET NORTHWEST.
No. 1305, a neat two-story brick with 8 rooms, $1,000,
$XO rah and balance monthly at 8 per cent.
Applyto B. U.WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
A two-etory brick with 9 rooms. $8,000.
Apply to B. It. "WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
XT STREET NORTHWEST.
A large double cottage, large grounds, Ac, $7.50.
Apply to u. u. WARNbK. seventnand F u.
FIRST STREET NORTUE 1ST.
An elegant pan!on, near B street. $23, OOP.
Apply to B. 11. WARN ER, seventa and F sty.
FIRST STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brlrk houe with 12 rooms, e- ).
Arply to B. U. WARN ER, seventh ana F u
FIBST STREET SOUTHWEST.
A two-stcry brick with 5 rooms, $l,20o.
Apply to B. II. WARNER, Seventh and Fsts.
SECOND STREET NORTHEAST.
A two-story houe with 4 rooms, $l.6u.
Apply to B. IX. WARNER, seventh and F sts.
SECOND STREET NORTHEAST.
A tlree-story house with 4 rooms. $VXX).
Apply to li. 11. WARN ER, seventh and F sis.
THIRD STREET NORTHWEST.
A two-story frame with 6 rooms and water. $Z.V.
A two-storj frame house, ne-ir l-5treetcar3, 1 0.
Apply to B, H. WARNER, Seventh and i' sts.
THIRD STREET SOUTHEAST.
.V two-story frame wltb 6 rooms, $I,4uO.
Applyto B. U. WARNER, seventh and F sts.
FOURTH STREET NORTHEAST.
A two-story house, near A street, $4,000.
A three-story brick house with 10 rooms, $3,000.
A good two-itory frame house, ?l,2yo.
Apply to B. H.WAKS ER, seventh and F sts.
FOURTH STREET SOUTHEAST.
A two-story comer brick honse, with 8 rooms, $5,000.
A two-story brick bouse, near Astreet.
Applyto B.H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
FOURTH STREET NORTHWEST.
Four two-storv frame houses, near II street, $10,000.
A three-story brick houw. 8 rooms. $3,500.
Applyto B. H. WARNER, Seventn and F sts.
FIFTH STREET SOUTHEAST.
Two three-story bouses. 9 rooms. $3,000.
A brick house, near F street, $5,yx.
Applyto B.H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
SIXTH STREET SOUTHEAST.
A three-story brick house, with 10 rooms. $1,500.
A two-story frame house. wlih6 rooms. $1.4i0.
Apply to B. II. WARN ER, Seventh and F sts.
SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A large building at rorm r or L street. dlO.OOJ.
Apply to B. U. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
SEVENTH STREET SOUTHWEST.
A two-story frame, with 6 rooms, $3,000.
A tbne-story brick, with 10 rooms. $2.0u0.
A two-story frame, with 7 rooms, $1,8J0.
Apply to B. U. WARNEC, Seventh and F sts.
EIGHTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A two-story frame, near H street. $t,5vt.
Applyto B. H. WARNER, Seventh and Fsts.
NINTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick house, near L street, $13,000.
A four-btory house, near L street, $14,000.
T two-story frame, near I. street, $2,900.
Apply to B. U. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
NINTH STREET NORTHEAST.
A neat five-room cottage, near (1 street. $2, Vo.
Apply to B. H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
TENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A two-story frame, with 6 rooms. $2,500.
A two-story brick, with 6 rooms. 53,000.
Apply to B. H. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
ELEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick, near N street, $10,200.
A three-storv brick, with 11 rooms. $8,730.
A three-story brick house, with 12 rooms, $7,000.
A three-story frame honse. with store. $6,309.
A three-story brick, with 10 rooms, $6,OJ0.
Seven new bricks, 8 roonis. $3,500 each.
Apply to B. H. WARN ER. Seventh and F sts.
ELEVENTH STREET SOUTHEAST.
A three-story honse In 1'hlladelphla Row, $4,sno.
Apply to B. 11. WARNER, seventh and r sts.
TWELFTH STREET NORTHWEST.
A six-room cottage. $3,300.
A two-story frame, 7 rooms, $1,000.
Apply to B. H. WARN ER. Seventh and F sts.
THIRTEENTH ST. NORTHWEST.
A two-story brick, with 8 rooms, $3,100.
A two-story frame, with 7 rooms, $2,800.
Apply to B.H. WABNEIt, seventh and F sts.
THIRTEENTH ST. SOUTHWEST.
A two-story brick bouse, with 5 rooms, $1,800; $200
cash and balance monthly.
Applyto B. li. WARNER. Seventh and F sts.
FOURTEENTH ST. NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick, with 12 rooms. $6,500.
A two-story nrlck, with 8 rooms, $4,5un.
Applyto B.H. "WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
SIXTEENTH ST. NORTHWEST.
Five houses on large lot, near L, $5,300; $200 cash
and balance to suit.
Apply to B. 11. WARNER, Seventh and F sts.
NINETEENTH ST. NORTHWEST.
Two brick houses, with 9 rooms. Ac. $4.5iti.
Apply to B. II. WARNER. Seventh and F sts.
TWENTY-SIXTH ST. NORTHWEST.
A three-story brlek, with 6 rooms. $1,500.
se4 Seventh and F streets.
MIL STYLE DRESS HATS,
AS INTRODUCED DY THE BROADWAY
Retail Hatters' Assoc latlon. Frlces, $5 to 3.
The new styles of SOFT and STIFF HATS, now so
popular In the Northern cities, finished with Una
trimmings and In nutria, blue, brown and black
colors. Fresh stock Silk, Alpaca'and Gingham UM
BRELLAS. All at the lowest prices.
B. U. STINEJIETZ, Hatter,
1237 fenn3vlvanla avenne.
sepl-tf Next to corner Thirteenth street.
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS.
1427 New York avenue, near .Fifteenth itree
TO 0EUTEMIM. VKITOBS.
Cor. Eleventh and Market Streets.
TERMS: $3.50 per Day.
FOB ONE WEEK OR LONGER, $3 PER DAY.
CURLIS DAVIS, Proprietor.
621, 63S A ess Washington St., Boston.
OPPOSITE GLOBE THEATRE.
Located In the centre of the city, and easily reached
by street-cars and stages. Elevator, steam and all
modern Improvements. Rooms, (European plan.)
$1 per day upward. A first-class restaurant and
Private Dlnlng-Rooms, If preferred, at moderate
rates. The most convenlenciocatlon, x quiet and.
comfortable home, and first-class accommodatloca
at prices adapted to the stringency of the times
HARDY A CO., Proprietors.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
TITTY TRIVATE BATH-ROOMS
AND ELEVATOR ADDED.
ocUS-tt J. F. CAKE, Proprietor.
Junction of Broadway, Seventh A.ve
nne and Forty-second Street,
NEW YORK CITS".
Three blocks west of Grand Central Depot, near tos
Elevated railroad, and but twenty minutes from
Wall b treet a new and elegantly-furnished hotel; au
modern Improvements, Rates, $4 per day. Liberal
terms to families.
CHAS. E. LELAND. Proprietor,
Of Delavan Uause, Albany, N. X., and Clarendon
Hotel, Saratoga. febSS-STaThly
C. a WILLARD,
WASHINGTON. P. .O
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