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Thx NATIOaAL Bxrt7BLICA!f li published every
Horning, (Sundays excepted) at tie southwest eor-
aer cITbliteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue,
sad lj furnished to subscribers (or carriers J at
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Kin subscribers, postage paid, 83.00 yer rear; rt
oi ilx months, and 82.00 for three mow Uii. Tarsi
Invariably in advance.
BATES OF ADVEBTISIHB:
TventT-flTceuiiiprUne. Advertisement! under
Be head of "Tor Sale and Bent," "Wanted,"
Vest and Found,'1 and Personal," twelv and a
ttair cents per Use.
JWAU eommunlcations, whether on bunatss or
for publication, should be addressed "to TK. J
Xustasb, Proprietor, Natiohai. BirunucAir,
Washington, D. C.
tbe National refvblicax bas a
arger circulation tbax ast otber
uorsixo taper in tbs district ot co.
Elszwhebe in this j ournal will be found
such returns and estimates of the results of
the contest of yesterday as 'were received
up to the time of going to press. -It ap
pears that the floating vote in the great
cities of New York and Brooklyn and Jer
sey City bas given New York and possibly
Hew Jersey to Tilden by swamping the
TOte or the rural districts. This leaves the
result of the election very close, and de
pending upon the late of the Republican
States of the South and the official count
in seme ol the estimated counties of New
Jersey and Connecticut. The following
table shows the condition of the vote o far
as known, of course none ot the counts
being offlci .1 :
Rhode Isiau ..
South Caro. ma ...
W. J. MXTETAGH..,
.. 3 Alabama 10
.. 0 I Arkansas.....
.. 1 Delaware 3
.. 21 Georgia 11
.. 11 Indiana 13
.. & Kentucky 12
.. S Maryland 8
. 7 Missouri ,15
.. 13 MIs'l'SlpDl 8
11 New York 35
.. b Oregon. ... ....... 3
. 3 Tennessee 12
3 Virginia 11
. ta West Virginia S
. 4 Total IS
. 10 Connecticut fl
Nurth Carolina.... 10
.13: New Jersey
Of the twenty five doubtful votes all are
claimed l.j ibe Democrats, and it is by no
means ctrinu that the official count may
rot give ttiecu these and one or two States
in the Br publican column. The outlook,
as we go to press, is very gloomy for the
EepublicatiB, with but slight hope of im
provement when the official returns are all
in. "We have probably made some impor
tant gains in members of CongTess inclnd
ing General Benjamin F. Butler though
not sufficient, we fear, to turn the majority
in the House in our favor. The returns
are not sufficiently complete to permit of
such an analysis of the votes as to afford
any lucid explanation of this apparent
revolution. This duty will be deferred till
The defections, whatever they may have
been in- the Republican vote yesterday
the country over, proceeded from the weak
kneed element of the Republican party
the followers of the anti-Grantites, the
stupid believers in the theory that recon
struction was a failure, and that the war
amendments to the Constitution are a
Tar: space on the Avenue in front of the
National Republican buiidingwasfilled
last night, until a late hour, by an immense
crowd, reading the election returns as they
were displayed through Professor Gard
ner's sciopticoc. The crowd was animated
by the greatest, good humor, and although,
of course, composed largely of both politi
cal parties, maintained the best temper
under the reception of adverse news. It
was highly amusing to listen to the philo
sophic comments made upon unexpected
adveises. The retorts of the opponents
were sometimes witty and excited the
crowd to laughter, limy a "RoUnd" was
hurled at "Oliver" before the exhibition
closed. Republican gains of Congressmen
were loudly cheered as they were an
nounced, while apparent gains for Tilden,
reported early in the night, fell like a wet
blanket on the Republican portion of the
crowd, and superinduced an indigo-ish feel
u g which soon developed into an ungov
ernable thirst. There appeared, .however,
a fixed determination to take whatever was
sent with good temper and make the best
of it. The night was a tedious one, owing
to the closeness of the contest in several of
the most important States, but Professor
Gardner managed to entertain his auditors
fcy the artful interspersion of comic views
between election-return telegrams. It is not
too much to say that Gardner's handsome
collection of views would of themselves
compensate a large company for attending
upon their exhibition, even without the
additional zest given by the election re
turns which would decide the nation's fate
during the coming foar years. As it was,
h's efforts to please were gratefully appre
ciated by an immenso audience, which at
tested its satisfaction by remaining in at
tendance some six dr seven hours.
THE CENTEHNIAL JUBILEE.
The official ceremonies that are to signal
ize the closing of the celebration or the
centenary anniversary of the birth of this
Republic will take place on Friday next
Six months of exposition of the arts, in
ventions and products of the industries of
all nations will then have been completed.
These nations came to the celebration of
the completion of the first century of the
history of the great Republic of the West
em continent at the official invitation of
the Chief Executive. They came with
peace offerings, with the fruits of industry,
Including products of agriculture, manu
factures, the mechanic arts, the genius of
inventions, the inspirations of poetry,
painting, sculpture and music. They
have contributed'the best and the choicest
specimens of their efforts for the culture
and elevation of the human race. The
display has been on a scale of magnificence
unequaled in tbc history of the world, and
it has been greeted by our people with a
hospitality and liberality far surpassing
anything of the kind which has ever pre
ceded lc &me teo millions of our popa
lation, or nearly one fourth of the aggre
gated inhabitants of the United Bates,
have viewed this combination ot the genius
and art and isdus'ry and invention of the
'world. Ttey have done this at greater
cost than, ever atten Jed any former world's
cxpositiai, nad they have also, by their
JiberaliH, me nearer making fie Expo
sltion a "fetlf-payicg affair than was ever
done by any other nation.
. -Jt is filing that the President of the'
United r: es, in his official Cipicity,
attend at jce dosing ceremonies of thfs
- grand cclfctration of the centenary of our
national x&ul day. General Grant, ever
mindful o: what properly pertaics Jo
the"dutic and rroprieilss of his high offlch
has signified his intention to be present qn
' the Uib fend 10th instant, in order to attest
'., tt'JLl .LI 1- .A .U.!. ..,..
LQ6 ,izjaoaa u mia pcupic, us iuvir uuiciai
head au3' orgm, to the nations of the earth,'
throtlgU their representatives, for the kindly
lnfertst'whlch they have manifested In ocr
welfare by their attendance with us on thU(
joyful ce5tenary"occa8lon. ., He will be ac
capanied, by the- Secretary' c'f 8t9 and
other niemoers of the Cabinet, and thus
show to the assembled nations of the earth
that under this system of se'Ogovernment
of ours, within three davs of the choosing
of a Chler Magistrate and a Legislature for
the succeeding four years, so law-abiding
are our people, and so submissive are they
to the.will of the" majority ai expressed at
the ballot box, thatthe whole Government
can absent Itself from the National Capital
and engage In the celebration of an exhibi
tion of the arts of peace by all nations.
without detriment to the public peace or I
fear or riots, turbulence ana violence.
Perhaps this display of law and order will
be more instructive to our foreign visitors
than any other feature of the Exposition.
During the six months of their sojourn,
with us they haveseen waged through the
press and rostrum a political warfare of the
most violent character.' TheyTiave hearji
that the countrr -was-unon the verce of
ruin, whichever 'wavthe elections miglit
result; anu, juagingToi our peopiejjy, wujws
in their own countries,! they,xnjgh$weil'
anticipate a resort to arms by the-defeated
party and -a 'period of WopdshedyrlKlng
and"dviLwar before the succe5sfu!pary
could be inaugurated." Instead of this, they
will behold the magnificent spectacle of !a
people under such, self control, and so en
entirely subjected to the will of the ma
jority as constitutionally expressed, that
the 'President and ,hls constitutional ad
visers can all leave the Capital on tha first
day after the vote is declared, and pass
'hundreds" 'of -101168 through: the countrr
without military or -police attendance.
They will observe our people, after having
given jone, entire" day to the -choosing of
their rulers for another term, philosophi
cally subsiding again into the Ordinary
walks ofllfe, determined to make the best
of the result, as constitutionally determined,
whether it is in accordance with their
wishes or not. This will be a lesson which
cannot fall to 'produce good fruit.
And now to these of our readers whb
I have notyet seen this great aggregation of
genius, skill and industry, let us siytntt
these last days will, in many respects, be
the best days to spend In the Centennial
grounds. They may be much crowded,
but there is ample room for all. Palladel
phia has not yet been overcrowded. Ref
erence to agencies and advertisements will
always lead to good accommodations at
moderate rates. If the streetcars and the
vans are crowded in going to the grounds,
the Pennsylvania and Reading railways
afford ready means of reaching the very
gates of the inclosure for a' fare of ten
cents: Once within the grounds, the best
way to become acquainted with their to
pography and the location Of the various
buildings is to take the first train of cirs on
the narrow-gauge railway that encircles
the grounds and make two or three circuits
before landing. Bf that time you will
have become thoroughly acquainted With
the situation of every building thaf you
may wish to visit.
When you pass through the Main .build
mg, Agricultural Hall and the Art Galle
ries you will be particularly impressed
with the enterprise, energy and industry
that has been shown by those nations and
countries from the uttermost parts of the
earth in sending to our national show such'
liberal and exquisite specimens of their
handiwork China -and Japan from tbe
f far East, and Brazil and New South Wales
from the South and Southwest. But while
there are some natipnal characteristics
marking the exhibits of every other na
tional collection, those of Great Britain and -4
its dependencies and offshoots, includinc
Canada and the United States, may be con
sidered strictly cosmopolitan. As you pass
through Machinery Hall and observe the
numerous ingenious devices in mechanism
with which it abounds, you may be able
to decide that it is American or English,
but you will be obliged to consult your
catalogue or the signs above your head to
ascertain which of the Anglo Sjxou di
visions of the earth claims their ownership.
In the English and American departments
one cannot fail to see a blending and com
bining of the mechanical and artistic genius
of the world. In the Prussian or German
division of Machinery Hall the visitor is
amazed at the gigantic specimens of steel
guns and other implements of war from
the works of the world-renowned Krupp.
They give one some practical idea of the
crushing power of Germany ia her lite
war with France.
While the United States has nothing to
be ashamed of in the display compared
with other'natlons, it is unspeakably grati
fying to our people to know that they have
shown a higher appreciation of such an
Exposition of all that goes to make up the
thrift and the moral power of the peoples
of the world than any of her sitter nations
have ever done, and this, too, notwith
standing the great commercial depression
Which began just alter the inception of the
enterprise, and continued until its close.
This Exposition as a financial enterprise has
achieved a higher degree of success than
any predecessor; while in point of executive
management and complete, thorough or
ganization and discipline of the forces em
ployed, it has approached perfection quite
as nearly as could have been hoped.
On the whole we may point with pride to
this celebration of our first centenary anni
versary of our independence, and preserve
and cherish with the greatest pleasure and
care such souvenirs and mementoes of the
congratulations of the older nations of the
earth as we may have had the fortune to
obtain, for family heir looms and keepsakes
over which our posterity may rejoice at the
completion of the second century of the
E.W. Richardson, of Glenville, Ala. , com
plains that his Republican la not regularly
received, and seems to think Postmaster Wes
ton, at GlenvQle, is to blame. Complaints
from our Southern subscribers are frequent of
late, and we hope to have the assistance of the
Postmaster General to remove the friction,
and will hereafter refer all complaints to Mm
No. 720 Twentieth street.
fTrMf The best cuts of the best quality Y7"
HTof BwfatJOc. prrpound, lnclaarnK r
T " porter-hou and tcnderjola steak. ' "
Konndand Bib tteak at lll2r. per lb., aU other
cuts loir prices.
The bet Huirar-enred Corned Beef at 10c. per lb.
Lamb and Mutton, from 10 to !0e. per lb.
Vral noatts. at IS to SOc. per lb.
UUrrd Ilam, 2Zc. per 10.; also, fine Breakfast
lSutttr-rhlUddpnla rrtnt, at 55c. per lb.
1'rime lioll. at 40r.per lb.
Cooking, at Si and aoc. per lb.
A complete assortment of rourtryof aU kinds.
Wild Ducks, urouse. fheasants, Ouall and other
rame In season, Fresn lsh and Orsters. Jlalaea
O runes. 35c. per lb., or 1 lbs, for 1: other varieties
of Grape. California. 1'earsaud othir fruits and
Dried 1 rulti: also, a line selection of Fresh and
Canned Vegetables. t 1U also hare a sine lot or
Tuners fur Thanksgltrlnr.
JO-Iiccr, Mutton and llogs at wholesale for cash.
Wm. Linklns & Son,
.So.ni Louisiana arcnuc, between Ninth and Tenth'
A ErLENDID STOCK OT PATEU nA'Ct"GS
or ki'unv vabiity axd mice
2ow In store and daU? arrltlns, a; the ,
NEW bTOKE or
I T. CXABK & SOXS,
nol- tf "IS T street northwest.
"XWA-I? O EC E3 ,JS.
ENGLISH SWI8S AND AMESIOASl
BY AU THE MOST CEUBRtTED MAKERS. '
AT TEKI I0W PRICES.
'.tX. "W, GAIT, BBO. CO
coi tr " 1" 7 I " 'jewzleW
ORIENTAL TEA STORE,
ADO KINTH STBEKT.
T. K. C. A. BUILDIXG.
A large stock of choicest TEAS.'unexcttled la the
rine Imperial 0c, 50c, 81.
.. Floe Uonpowder Sc, 90c. 91.30.
Flue Oolong 40c, OOc, 75c, .
t rineJapnn 30c.,75c.,-e5e.
' A trial wUl demonstrate the sweet flTor and
strength of nij-Teas. -.
COFFEE STILL AT REDUCED PRICES.
) v Green; Boasted.
Fine "Bio.. 22c. 25c.
rbolce Maracalbo 37 30
Prime O.tl. Java, 30 , 33
All "lo-rtnjr GOOD COFFEE are Invited -to buy:
the naTors are unsurpassed: freshlr roasted la our
OE1ENTA1. BOASTER v- '
10 lba. "C" Clarified 8 near, 81.
e;lba "ex. C' Clarlfl ed3nxar, 81.
s 1-3 lb. "A Clarified 8 near, 81.
I o advance a j yet In oar prices of Sugar.
BPICXS IK BVF.RT VABIXTT.
HE SECLIXE IS
Notwltbstanillnfr the adrance In the Coffee Msr
ket. wehaTeasupplv-ott-hand that warrants us to
fire the adrantaKCer" the old'prices for a short:
K oast ed.. i... ....?. ;..,
Do , Green .'. :....'
UAfilOABO, (equal to so-called
Sd Jara.) Boasted..
33c: per lb.
d)oi Green ... ... ....
The Coffees which we roast are verr carefully se
lected for their body and line flavor, and as we roast
In the best style of the art daUy. they are always
fresh and fracrant when sold. W e grind Coffees In
a steel mill, which granulates them wlthontpowder
lnar, and are. In consequence, free from dust.
We hare the largest assortmentjf
In the District, and most rcpeetfully InTlte citizens
and strangers to vlllt our establishment.
B. W. REED'S SONS,
ocM-tf UH F street northwest.
G. G. Cornwell & Son,
At lower Rates.
JC5T EZCEIYED, FKE3H,
00 dozen Ore-con Halmou.
00 " XiObstcrs.
85 " Bbrlmps.
85 " Bncklnx Bonpl.
100 " Potted Heats.
100 bbla. "WHITE BLOSSOM,"
ATlnneaota Patent Process, 99.30
per bbl,, 83.40 per saelc.
TVEHGEB'S PATENT PROCESS,
93 per saclf.
000 bbls. WELCH'S, HETZ, BATS',
ST. X.OTJIS, SWISS PROCESS,
STAB FEOVB at lowest rates.
Ho. 1 Mackerel, 93.73 per kit.
Ao. 3 93.00
Ho. 3 ' 81.60 "
GEOBGE BASK COD received
POTOMAC BOX HERRING, (Salt.)
SCOTCH HEHRIXG, 00 Cts. box.
OBEGOS SALMON, (Salt.)
WHITE FISH, in 'kits, L4 and 13
Gh G-. Cornwell & Bon,
LEA & PERBENS'
la the Original and OalyWoicesterslire Sauce
LEA Sc PERRENS'
IB THE BEST SATJCE UT THE W02LD.
LEA & PERRINS'
II SZUCIOTTS WITH SOU?, FISH, QA3J3,
JOrSTS, HOT AHB COLD KEATS.
ILEA. Sc PERHINS'
Signature Is on KTCry Bottle.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS.
jeao-ly MEW TOBK.
WOOD AND COAL;
Bny at once and sars adranceTblcn
most be soon.
$5 Per Ton and Upward, Ac
cording to Quality.
Ualn Once and Depot:"Jotmsra's VTharres, foot or
Twelfth, a'nlrteenth and F streets southwest;
offices, 132 and 1112 Xlnth street northwest.
JE. ZDG, DEALER IN BEST VARIE-
TIES of ANTHRACITE AMD CUMBER
LAND COAL: also, WOOO sawed, and split to
any 'lie. at Rhode Island arenue, between Ninth
and Tenth streets, and K street and Hoc t creels.
Oa and after JSONBAT, Oetoher V, 1376, onr
prices for nel delivered In an J part of 'Washing
ton or Georgetown, In quantities not less than one
ton, ft,i Ids.,) sntll farther notice, will be as fol
TVhlte Ash-Tnmaee Jrr and Chestnut ts so
enamoain a-rx. ...... t
' Store or Kanre. ,.
Lyken'i ValleT Eitg or Btoye
" Boa of Mine
Oak Wood, In Stick
l'lne " " ...J
Hawlnr, per Cord..... .......
Sawing and Splitting, per Cord....
, .17 CO
........ 1 so
i........ Z 00
, T. ED. CLARK Sc. CO.,
Dealers In Enmber, Wood and Coal,
Office, tea Pennsylvania arane. northwest corner
" Birth. Wharf, Depot'andPlanlngMlll, footof
Tonrth street east. oca-tf
We navelnst received a supply of
LTHEII TAXEET AHB IXE WHTTB
which, we offer at reduced prices; also,-on hand, a
Urge let cf - . - . .
OABT AK JPIHE WOOD (
hi the tiles, or sawed and sptU. STIl'HKNEON'a
PATET BUNDLKD KINDLINa WOOD, a flr
tighter In every bundle; the best In ase, , Tor sale py
afl grocers. uxj,BxXildx tt BBO.,
apa-tl Office lnsPtnarTlvanlaaveane.
WoodT'7 ' ITWOODl
- OOAir . C0AL!
B. I '
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In all kinds of Cl
ana v ooa. vomoenana uoai. . ,
Depot at BILET'S wharves, foot of
Eleventh sad Twelfth streets south-
llrsuch yard, G streeCbetweea BeeondTand Thrrd
streets norxnwest. - oeji-g
SEND TOTJB trPHOLSTEKINO"
MATTRESSES TO THE
XleTcntB-Street Co.'s Factory,
Na. s Mleventh st. northwest.
fand hare the. work pronpUy executed, at reasona-
t-rs-OFFICE OF THE G St AMD 8ECV
VXf ltiTAKl' of the Grand LodgeT. A.A.il.
ol the District or Colnranla. The Annual Comniua
ulratlonof thetrsndl.odjreof the DUtrlctof Co
lumbia will be held WEDNESDAY, NoTemberS."
at S o'clock p.m. Br onlerof the M. W. Uraml
Masters WMVH.SINQI.ETOrf)Ur.bec '
uou office h o. Si; e enth street.
trrsr-THE WASniSHIOS CO-OPEB
vj . ATIVE and Deposit Association will hold
Its Klnth Annual Meeting on WEDNESDAY
MUUT. 8th Instant, at 7 JO o'clock. In Jhe hall of
the association. No. 61S Seventh street northwest,
An Important amendment to the constitution and
the ninth annual report will be tubmltteu. Officers
for the ensuing year willbe elected. . ,
cots jbus E.anoMrsoy.'SecretaTy.
tnTn thiib BrrxBiqn , a
TEA, COFEZE ASD CHOCOrATE
COLD SODA ASD HIKER AT. WATEB3
on Draught an theTear. " -occa-tf
les Pa, avenue, near Wlllard'i Hotel.-
T. M- C.A. "
- .CObPEI, SiEZTISQ
IS lASCOVS UALL.
'at saarctocK -' u
YOUNO JIEJT SPXCIAI.EY INVITED.
TETJID EIOUTariNO -EXCEEB
anr rpmedr erer known for the Immedi
ate core of Neuralgia, Headache, 4c. Sold 'at
CoughUn'sTempleaJrag Store. ocll
ISFLECBIST, PAIN XS THESIDE.
ra.Kutsaa,sra.an axi inasiuii.
Back, Ac. Instantly disappear when Fluid
wu liicr. c,in
Lightning Is applied
tr i inniipa. ZMiiu kl
Store, iluonlc Temple.
KB3- rEET 8TJBGEBT, ,C. BB.
I2ty SCHULTZ, the great German chiropodist
and specialist, twentyyears' resident In Richmond,
a.. is now again located at S03, corner Ninth and
Pennsylvania arenue. His mode or treating erery
form of corns, bunions, deformlilcsof nails, tumors,
ulcers, &e.,-unot'only painless, but thoroughly
scientific. An early call Is essential. Ladles and
children attended as usual, or by Madam 8. at their
residence. Numerous testimonials of permanent
s-53-IEEISOIBIAirS AJTO OTHERS,.
SV"t? ATTENTION I The Illinois Bepubllcan
Association has made arrangements for round-trip
tickets orer the railroads to the followlnrpotnts:
Chicago, reorla, St. Louls,Bnrllngton and Keokuk.
Good from October 1 to November IS. Certificates
entitling a party toaitlcketcan be obtained of the
committee at e Droit building, room 9, after 6
o'clock every evening. j. WHITAKKRi, ,
seS Chairman Committee.
Ij-rs-EOAS OFFICE AND COMMIS.
ITS? BIOS UROK1.K3.
Uhe oldest andmost reliable In the city.
8. GOLDSTEIN CO .,
Corner Tenth and D street'.
Liberal advances made on loan or on commission
for any time desired os Tery reasonable terms.
3- FBOSOUBAFBT.- ISSTBEC-
V3L? tlonin this remuneraUre as well as time and
labor-saTiagart gl'en In both the corresponding
and adranced reporting styles, by an experienced
monographer, to stuaeuu rimer iu cissms.
rateiy, as prescrreo. fgc icnus, ac, wmen v
callon'Tnenographer." KO Sixth street north-
rately. as preferred. Jfor terms. Ac, address or
west, between 6 JO and 8 p. m.
f-rST-BAMAKITABr KEBTINE, TUB
KE' great nerve conqueror, cures epileptic fits,
convulsions, spasms, St. Vitus dance and all ner
vousdlseases; the only known positive remedy for
epileptic fits. It has been tested by thousands, and
has neer been known to fall in a single case. Trial
package free. Enclose stamp for clrralsr. rlrlng
enaeucc oi cww. auuku, as, o. a. aiuiiau y.
Box 711, St. Joseph. Mo.
DR. J. B. JOHHSOS, OF-AEEX.
andrla. Ya., offers his professional services
ai Burreon, Physician and Ocnllst to the citliens of
the DBQlCi of Columbia.
Office, Ka. 14U Pennsylvania avenue, between
WUlard'a hotel and the Owen house.
Office hours from 10 a. m. to I p.m. Bra-tl
tt? at CoughUn's Temple Drug Store. F and
Ninth streets, at moderate prices. sepS-tf
K5T"FnESCH, ESOUSH ASD DO.
IW JIEaTlC Articles for ladles' toUet use at
Conghlln'i TempIe.Dmg Btore. aepS-tf
SE? Pond's Extract. Homeopathle Medicines,
sold at TtmpleDmg Btore, Jr and Ninth streets.
K5f-nEHEHBIB JTJSTH'S OLD
lSjl STAND. He pays for Becond-hand Cloth
ing. Btts, Bhoes, c, as 'falr (cash) prtces'- as
he always has, at 6rs D street, between Sixth and
Seventh streets northwest. Mote ty mall promptly
attended to. aenU-U
B FEB SET, EITHEB JAW, by"
tlr. A. N. C Welsenhors. Dentist. 40S Four
teenth street northwest; also, gold fillings done at
reasonable price and satisfaction given. spl2-tf
TEETH FEB BET. EITIIEB
law, by Dr. A. Pratt, graduate of Ohio Col
lege of Dental Burgery, ana os sue ssusa aieoicn
College, Chicago, 1 Seventh street, east side, cor
ner of D. Extracting children's teeth, 2S cents.
I.Ttlir, isn OTHER BBIEFS
VHIHiTF.n AT THE SHOKTEST NOTICE
at the REPUBLICAN JOB OFFICE. SOU-tf
WBAPPIKB FAPXB FOB SAEE
st this office.
tSS- H O E M A B'S
Fever and Acne and Elver Fad
CUBES WITHOUTjaEDlOINE, 6t?IiY BY
ABSOBPTION. " f
TneBest Urer BeKnlator In the World
The only true cere for and preventive ol malaria
in all Its forms:
Ltvtr Complaint, Jaunttci,
. Illiow Pntr, Sea-Stckiusi,
i'ruraigta.BilUmt PUordtrl, .,.
None genuine without the Trade-Mark and Signa
ture of the Inventor on the wrapper.
Ask your druggist for It. For certificates, read
little blue book ffuray (SMJIr.
WX.F. KIDDEB CO.,
Bo. S3 Jons street. New York,
Beat by man on sectlpt of 12. leJ-TMWta
AW. SCHAEIT HAS BEHOVED HIS
. law office up stairs. Us Louisiana avenue,
BCTTON.wlth Inserted gold illy, studded with
Fear!. A suitable reward will be given" If re
urn ed totMsofflee. no7
mi. iiabuox. b. rx. BOSvrzxL. b. tr. latoak.
HA1M0N, BOSWEEL -4 00,,
SIS EIGHTH BTBEET,
JySf - Near Pennsylvania avenue.
Kesv, Eooek-Down and Second.Hand
Furniture Bought. Sold ,
-.810 Seventh Street.
Parties contemplating refurnishing, or about to
buy new stock, will nsa bargains at
E.BB U ' S
JOHN It. JCTICjTJBY,
bzalxs nr rrssT-ciJLss
CORNED BEEF A BPECIALTT.
Stalls GO, KS and KB Centre Market, Ninth-Street
wing, and 230 and SOJ Northern Liberty Market, or
address Box 71X. City P.ost Office. Mar ieUug deliv
ered, free of charge. trfaU parts of the city. IviO-tf
,,,, '-, . saf
Are now receiving their Fan. Stock,
eoaslsttngUn part oi ,
TBENCH CHINA, Decorated and Plain; GLAS3-
WABE, Out, Engraved and Plain.
PLATED WABE. finest quality, triple plate, -
Sogers' and American CUTLEBV.' ".
, A?fuU stock of CBUCKEBY and HOUSE TTJB
c WXBB BETEBIDfiK,
No, ne) Prnnrrlvanlaiavenne, between Tenth and
Elrvanth exreeta. oc2-tf
r IiUMBER. ."
T I'HBEB, SASH, DOOB1,
i i V 1 T . i.
AT WHOLESALE PBICES.
Call andT parena LUMBER where ron can get
discount for cash from
ADVERTISED FK1CE LIST OF
The place is at the Lumber Tard and Building
Material 'Warehouse of .
THOl. W. BbTITK,
nOTS-tf Near B. A O.R.B. depot. Washington.
QOITBELL BBOS., e
" . DEALXBS IN ALL KINDS OF
LUMBER, SASH, DOOBS, &o.
Comer Second street and Indiana a venue.
Prices as low as elsewhere. Call and examine
.befon purchasing. sepS-Jm
Oeorgetowm, D. C,
AND COBNEB SEVENTH, AND Q BTBEETS,
DTEINO AND SCOUBINO ESTABLISH
WENT The undersigned call the. attention
of the putHle to the factthat they are nowprepared
tfi.trmt, .11 order Tar nTKINls AXDHCunK-
INO, gnaranteeiog aatlsfaetlon In ever ease. Haver
oeen eigusecn years in ue ousinea iasaecuy4
New York. -.. W. 8. ULAUKK.A CO.. r
18T Beventh street, between t) and T northwest.
-1 CQRI STEEET. NEAR THEARLIKO
JLOOt) TUN- HOTEL For rent, handsome
parlors and other large and small rooms; all modern
"ltfIUEI.T,FCBNISHED BOOMS, WITH
XX good board, near three line of street-ears. In
sdeslrablo neighborhood; also, table board. No,
1528 Ninth street northwest. no'-tt
T M- NOBTH A STKEET. BETWEEN,
X&A. Tint and Scond strevts eitt. Kor rent
Parlor, Dining Boom and Kitchen, three Jled-
'rooms; gas and water, p'casantly located, a few
yarda-from the Capltou loa punctual tenant,
. terms reasonable nov9-it
-ItlYT MASSACHUSETTS ATENVE.
XJLSLf I yor-renr Furnished' Booms, facing
north, and south: central location: convenient to
carat private family; gentlemen pieferred. no4-8t
IiIO rent Furnished Rooms, two suites,
handsomely furnished; furnace and Urea, and bath
room adjoining; southern exposure: with or with
out board. Alton furnlsntd House for rent No.
191SO street northwest.? i no4-3t
-I qQK F 8TBEET- NOBTHWEST. FOB
XOOO rcnt-Boomatl3 F"trternorthwest,
opposite the Ebbltt House; smtanic ror omces or
lodgings. Apply to the Janitor In charge of the
prembts. . not-5t
A HANDSOME FTJBNISHED FI)OB.
Tarlor, bed-rooms and ba'b-room. -Private
rsmlly. Central location. A party without chil
dren preferred. Address Mrs. B.,Clty Post Office.
All FOUBTH STBEET NOBTHWEST
UX FOB KENT urnthed BOOHS, en suite
or single, at Mrs. GILBERT-. novl-lm
OHK THIBTEENTH STBEET NORTH-Ot-FOWEST,
opposite Franklin Tark. Desi
rable Booms, lncluufag parlor and chamber con'
neetlng. with flrst-clasa board. odS-Ui
QfQ STBEET,-OPPOSITE PATENT
OtO Office Tor BentPleasant South Front
BOOMS, with board t either for the season or tran
sient. Also, Table Eosrd. ocl(-tf
1 Ol O F STBEET, NEAB EBBITT HOUSE
xvjrf-KoomsTor'Teni,en suite ana .ingic.
Those who enjoy comfort and quiet inquire as
above. -oc7-tf -
TTtOBBEHT DESK AND DESK-BOOM ON"
A? roitnniMA terma In a deslrablv-loeated. ele-
rastly-finlahed and furnished office, complete ia aU
It. arr.nre.eBta. "
31C EASTWOOD. Broker,
ayt-lf tag Pennsylvania are.
-DKICICSTABLE FOB BENT, IN. THE
X 30-loot alley in the rear,of house No. MS K
street northwest. i- CLEPH AN E.
AEABOE NUMBER OF t
- HOUSES FOB BENT
IK THE WEST E3TD,
At rentals ringing fiom
TEN TO TOET DoLLAltS PEE MONTH.
Apply at once to
E. S. WESCOTT,
Beat Estate Agent.
Corner or Twentltth and 1 streets.
EENTING HOUSES A SrZOlALTX. ocil-tm
f ABIKl'S HAEE,
E STBEET, BETWEEN NINTH AND TESTH.
For rent, the above beautiful eoiflce, delightfully"
situated In the centre of the elty, and li accessible
by all the lines of cltr cars.
It surpasses in elegance and general convenience aU
ethers In the city.
A3 A MUSIC AND CONCERT .HALL.
LECTUBES, TABTIE3 AND WEDDINGS,
It Is .wonderfully perfect In acoustics, and affords
elegant accommodxtlOAXor eight hundred persons.
A GP.EAT BEDUCTION IN THE BENTAL
has been rrade. .
The hall is open dally for Inspection.- For terms
and particulars, choice of nights lc, apply at the
hall. . L. O. BABINI.
ben. Grant's hdqn 17th and F s. tr..
Northwest cor. 11 tr St. and Pa. are., rent low.
Mass. are., nearltth st., II rooms, furnished... JfSt)
cor. iitn sc. Jiass. ana u avenues
Hi. 8W Uthst n. w furnished..'.
10t& st.. abore L. furnished
No. 1727 F st. n. w., furnUncd
No. 1816Sst. n. w.. 12 rooms, m.L, stable..,
O St.. abore 11th, furnished
No. KO fa. are., (orer store) ,..
No. TSIltthat. n-w., 13 rooms, m. 1
No. 1111 N st. n. w., iaroomsstable
No. scsAst. n. er, fumlshedn
No. 1412 N st. n, w 10 rooms, stable
Tto. jzii a.bi. ruw., is rooms, m. u
No. 230 Ht st, n. e., U rooms, m. 1
N o. 627 Pa. arc (over Ullman'a drug store) ...
No. U35Uthst. n. w.. It rooms, m. 1M
Pierce St., near Ulh and S, furnished ,.
N o. 716 lltb st. n. w 10 rooms, m. 1
No. IMC st. s.e., Brooms, Ingle riace..
No. 2d st. s. e. r rooms, m. I
lennalrrtown lioad, near St. Albans church ....
No. uoe O st. a. w., furnished
10th st.. neer P n. W.........J. ,
Jit. l'leasant, 9 rooms and 3 seres of ground...- CO
btore235Pa. are &0
Itthst., nearN, Drooms, ra. 1. CO
No. see Sth st, a. e., 8 rooms, m. 1 d
No. 1120 llth st. n. w., 10 rooms, m. 1 40
Store and dwelling, cor. llth and C sts. s.w 40
No. Its 6th st, s. e., 10 rooms, xn. 1 40
Meridian Hill, rooms, m. 1 40
No. ltztthsutue., m. 1 t JJ
No. 23C9Mst.n. w., 9 rooms, ro.1 35
Tennalljtown road, near Oeorgetown.......S33.,
Store No. 4337thsus, w So
Store and dwelling. No. 8J High St., Ota 5
New houses 6th si., abore Pu S3
No.sllandl9Kst. ne., 12 rooms SO
Le Droit Park, 307 Elm street SO
Langdon Terrace, 6th st, extended SO
No. 914 B st. s. e., 7 rooms, gas and water 26
btore SOI 6th st.n. w a
No. 456 New Jersey are,, s. e m. l.... 15
Nos. 1757, 1753, 1750 S SUn. w - 15
No.C3)8thst. n. e.. 6 rooms. m.L. 25
Nos. 1S24. 1KB and IKS llth st. n. w 7 rs.. m. 1. 25
Nos. 621, 623 and 633 Bat, a. e., 6 rooms, gas and
No. 401 llth St. n. e., 7 rooms 20
No. 918 East Capltolst. 6rs.gasand water...., 20
No. 627 L st. a. e.. 6 rooms,
No, 924 Del. are., near 1st and E
No. 472 U St. s. w
N os. nil and 1U7 3d st. n.w.. 6 rooms and water.
No. 106 Blah St., Georgetown
N orthwest corner 12th and Q sts.. i rooms
No. 1106 Park st. n. e 7 rooms, jn. 1 ,
Nos. 6 and 7 Foundry Place
No.22C31ttbst. n. w., 2 story, 5 rooms
No. 181020th st. n. w.. 7 rooms
No. 2120 loth st. n.w., 6 rooms
No. 210311th st. n. w
Store and dwelling, near 1st and F sts. s. n
No. 7337th it. s. e...... ................ ........ .....
No. 6 O st. n.w.. 6 rooms io
.No. 2 Cottage Ulll 8
Also, a number of other houses, full particulars of
whleh will be gtren upon application at the offices of
B. H. WABN JCR. Seventh and P streets. oc2
HOUSES AtfDTABMS FOB 8AEE.-SET-eral
two-story HOUSES and COTTAGES
monthly payments. Valuable Building LOTSpaa
on easy terms. Also, FABMS In the Dlstrlet.-V
Maryland and Virginia for Sale or exchange, a
APPLETON P. ULABK,
mMS-WTlltf 708 E street northwest.
TJ"ANTED.-PABTIES HAV1NQ HOUSES
v v aiM rtooms to rent, furnished or unfurnished.
or those wishing to rent are respectfully requested
to call and examlae our business chances. The
Satronage of the public Is respectfully solicited,
.pply at the Washington Intelligence Office, 931 F
street northwest, first door up-stalrs.
se2t-tf W1T.-H. JONES CO.
O-in A DAT AT HOME. AGENTS
epAa wanted. Outfit and terms free. TBUE
CO.. Augusta, Maine. mhs-ty
DB. A. FBATTa DENTIST, HAS BE
moved to the northwest comer of Seventh and
D streets, over Crandall's bookstore, where he will
be pleased to see his old patrons, and the general
,f1 fU STBEET NOBTHWEST. NICELY
U1U furnished rooms, with first-class board.
Table boarders accommodated. noT8-4t
A QUIET FAMILY OF TWO PEBSONS
would receive as boarders either two or four
Tonng Christian gentlemen. Apply at 731 Twenty
fourth street northwest. no?-
HALLET, 'DAVIS & 00.
THE MEDAL OF HONOBAND CERTIFICATE
or DISTINCTION are awarded the HALLET.
DAVIS CO. '8 OBAND, UPBIGHT AND
QUAKE PIANOS for
"Best Construction and Excellence of Workman-'
"ArtutloSkllUwithlngentons Mechanical Device
for Securing Permanence ofTUne, Ac."
"Special Distinction la gtren In the Award to the
Oprlaht 1tru ments of this lnn.V See
Centennial J udges' Keports on Pianos, . . i
U. L. SOMN r-U, A (rent.
. ' 811 Ninth streetnorthwest.
Pianos exchanged and sold on Installments at
lowest cash prlcr. no7 t
KI 3T IB E I
fflGHEST AWiBD.IHE CLUWL
The United States -Centennial Commission and
the Judges of Awards have unanimously decreed to
Messrs. VTJI. KNABK ft CO. the Diploma of Honor
and Medal of Merit for Concert Grand, Parlor
Grand. (Square and Cpnght llanos.
By the system of awards adopted Pianos of all
grades received medals of precisely the same char
acter, but the true test of merit appears only In the
reports of the Judges-aecompanving the medals.
The judges pronounce the Knabe Pianos to be "the
best exponents of the. art of Plono-maklng." and
"fully entitled to the leading position, combining
alt the requisites of a perfect Instrument In the
highest degree power.richneas and singing quality
oftone, ease and elasticity of toaeh,enVctlveness of
action, soUdltv and originality or construction and
excellence of workmanship.'' The Knabe award la
not confined toAny single style of instrument, as Is
the case with other exnlbltors In this department,
but comprises all four styles, and stands unqualified
by phrases Indicative of medloerltv.- , i
Sole agency at BEICHENBACH'S Piano Ware
rooms, 421 Eleventh street, a few doors north of
Pennsylvania avenue. Pianos trom different facto
ries ror sale and rent or. the most accommodatlag
terms. Tuning and repairing promptly attended to.
LEAD THE WOHIVD.
We have a large stock of these remarkable Organs
COHSTASTET OS HAXD- j
DONT FAIt, TO EXAMINE THEM IE
FORE PUBOHASINQ EESEWHEBE:
. BEADBTmT HANOS,'
CHABM1NO OB THE VOICE AND '
SP1SSEB I0R DUEiBIlirT. '
PRICES EOW A.ND TEEMS EAST.
Give us a eslL We sell on the most aceoamo
uaung terms. I
- Large stock of Pianos and organs for rent.
BlTfBEBS & BTilMAK, i
935 PennsylYanla ore., WashlngrtonJ
. 13 North Cbarles st Baltlatorev
N. B. A liberal discount to eiergrmen. Chnrches.
Sundy-schools, Lodges,- 4c. se3P-Hg
OB SAEE-A FINE RESIDENCE IN
A; New Jersey, onlr nine jnlies from New-korx
city; every convenience: abundance of fruit, ae.
no4-c ' E. K. W1LHOX. cuaeventha-reet.
FOB SALE A NEW" THBEE-STOBY
Brlck, with Mansard roof, bay window and
every modern convenience. K street, between six
teenth and Seventeenth streets northwest. Very
low, and terms easy. t ciua.r.rvsitaw,
a Serenth street..
T7IOR SALE-A FINE LOT ONTHI BTEENTH
-E and r streets Circle, kt three quarters Its
value ror CASH. i. 1
CHAS. P. PUSHAW.1
FOB SAEE A TWO-STORY FRAME
Dwelling House and forner Store, fitted up
with bbelrlugs. Counters and larg. dry cellar,
suitable for aroceryorMket:tore, southeast cor
ner of Tenth street' and emnth Carolina arenue
southeast. Also, for sate, two-tory slx-roo-a
Frame Dwelling House, No. 1035 South Carolina
avenue southeast. Apply to
. THOS. E, WAGGAMAN. ,
oc27-niWtf So. 1 SeTenth street northwest.
TilOBrSAEE THATTVERY DESIBABLE
Al bullding-lot northwest corner Twenty-first
street and Pennsylvania arenue northwest will be
sold cheap and on easy terms.
J. STANLEY JONES.
ocll 611 berenth street.
SECOND STBEET NOBTHWEST
ros SALE Two-storr brtek. residence.
with two story back bulldlngt seven rooms, hot and
cold water; stable on rear or lot; also, two horses
J. STANLEr JONEi.
CU Seventh street.
QVT E STKEET NOBTHWEST FOB
V s SALE Three-story and basement mastic
front House; nine rooms, water and gas. Terms
tosultpurchaser. ApplyU,. m
selMf ; 11 Seventh street.
T"R SALE-TEN VERY TALUABLELOTS
X! (t0xl32feeteaeh)lnthecltyorTerreHante, In
diana. Will be sold at s greet sacrifice or exchanged
for unincumbered property here. " .
sepl5 -E.0. SWEET. 511 Seventh street.
FOR SALE THBEE-STORY B B I O K
dwelllngrwlth back liulldlngs 10 rooms and
bath; all the modern tmprorements. No. 1324 Elev-.
enth street, between N and O northwest.
J. STANLEY JONES,
, sepH-tr . - H Seventh street.
T7IOB KENT ALAKGE AND HANDSOME
A? residence, eontaiulng 14 room, with all mod
ern tmproremeau. Also, carrlage-nouse, stable
and large yard, Uoodiocation; within one square
from the diSerent Hues of street can. Bent 990 per
month; - J. STANLEY JONES,
sepU-tf Sit Serenth street.
EOB SALE OB EZOHANQE TWO STORY
press-brick, front Dwelling and Store: good,
cellar: fire rooms; in northwestern section of city;
corner location. Will Mil or exchange for small
place of srrerai acres so.th of the city.
- '-- - J. BTAX.LET JQNE3.
sel5-tf Ml SeTenth street.
T7IOB SALE NEW TUBEE-STOBY BBIOK:
A: backiiulldlng: biy window; eieren rooms and
ay winaow; eieren rooms ana
mantels, gas and water: fln-
ishedin best style throughout; with good brick
MDiega reu VI 101.
Xn TRntl XlntAnth .tr t
J. STANLEY JONES.
SU Seventh street.
IOB SALE A COMFOBTABLE TWO-
story frame Dwelling, with back training; six
rooms. In excellent order; fine water on premises;
deeplot, with abundance of fruit. No. 2112 Six
teenth street northwest.
J. STANLEY JONES,
ecl5-tf 811 Seventh street.
lLE TWO TWO-STOBY BBIOK
Houses: eight rooa: bath and all modern Im
provement. Northwest corner Seventh and South
A streets, Capitol Hill. Easy terms.
J. STAN LEY JONES.
FOB SALE TWO-STOBTf BBIOK DWELL
ING, good cellar. Lat-obes. marble mantels:
bath, water and gaa. No. 1758 P street northwest.
J. STANLEY JON ES.
seU-tr 511 Seventh street.
TTIOB bALE TWO-STORY BBIOK D WELL
AZlNG; eight rooms. Located tn northwestern
part of city,
. STANLEY JONES.
SU Seventh street.
FOBSALE TWO-STOBY FBAME DWELL
ING, on Fourth s rect, between H and I streets
northeast. Will be sold very cheap and on easy
terms J. STANLEY JONES.
sel5-tf CH Seventh street.
FOR SALE NEW TWO-STOBY FBAME
Dwelling, with basement; seven rooms; deep
lot, with carpenter shop and stable on rear of lot
17 P street, between North rapltol and first streets
northeast. J. STANLEY JONES,
selS-tf 611 Seventh street.
OH SALE TWO-STORY AND BASE
A; ment brick dwelling, seven rooms, and bath,
store-room, closets, marble mantels, range, La
trobes, hot and cold water, gas, northeast corner
jricree place ana ruieenia rrei.
small cash payment.
, STANLEY JONES,
5U Seventh street.
T7IOR SALE A DESIBABLE THBEE
AJ story pressed-brlek bouse, ten rooms; hot and
cold water; deep lot. Located In northwesters pan
Of the eltyr J. STANLEY JONES.
selS-tf cu Seventh street.
EOB SALE A VERY FINE THKEE
storyand basement brick, mansard-roof resi
dence, with three-story back building. All the
modern Improvements of finest quality. Located
In one of the handsomest rows of houses In the
northwestern portion of the city. Stable and wide
alley in rear. J. STANLEY JON RS.
selJ-tf Ml Serenth street-
FOR SALE TWO-STOBY BBIOK DWELL
Ing, No. 324 Eighth street northeast, with back
building, seven rooms, good eellar. water. At.
J. STANLEY JONES.
sel5-tf 511 Seventh street.
TTIOB SALE TWO TWO-STOBY FBENUU
A! roor dwellings. Nos. 710 and 712 N street, be
tween. Seventh and Eighth northwest, wltn back
buildings, bay windows, ten rooms and bats, mar-
oie mantels, gaa ana water,
, STANLEY JONES,
SU Seventh street.
F)B SALE SEVERAL SMALL. OOH
fortsble BBICK DWELLINGS, two-story and
basement: gas and water; located in northwestern
part of the city; will be sold cheap, and on easy
terms. J. STANLEY JONES,
seic-tf SU Serenth street.
FOB SALE-SEVERAL TWO-STOBY AND
basement BRICKS, with two-story back build
ings, n-w, with ail modern improvements. In toe
northwestern section of the city, near two lines of
street cars and market. Price moderate and terms
easy. J, STANLEY JON 2d,
selS-tf SU Seventh street.
F OK. SALE-TWO THEEE-STOEY PBESS
BSICK.HOCSKS.on Tourth, between N and
O streets northwest, nine and ten rooms, bath, all
modern Improvements. J. STANLEY JONE",
seU-tf 611 Seventh street.
FOE SALE-TWO STOKY BEIOK, MAN
SAKD ROOF, oar window, ten rooms and
bath; with all the modern Improvements: r.o.505
B street southeast. J. STANLEY JONES.
seplS-tr 511 Seventh street.
FOESALE THETWO-STORYAND BASE.
VENTMansard roof brick residence, wtm back
building, No. 1130 Eighth street, between llnlN
streets northwest; bar window, ten rooms and bath
room, hot and cold water, marble washstands and
mantels throughout: nearlv new and vrrv substan
tially built. Will be sold at a bargain and on easy
terms. J. STANLEY JONES,
seplS-tf 811 Seventh street.
FOE SALE-HANDSOME NEW THREE
BTOBY residence, ten rooms, all elaborately
frescoed; Italian marble mantels; range Latrobe;
hot and cold water. Ac Located In one of the most
desirable portions of the cltr.
oil gevenw street.
TJTAKM FOR SALE-SIXTY AOBES GOOD
A! grass land; large house, villa style, out-bulld-lngs,
urge spring-; would make a first-class dalrr
farm: Brookvllle pike, half mile from Blalra and
quarter of s mile from the railroad station.
J STANLEY JONES,
sepU-tf 611 Seventh street.
ItlwV, other sums to loan on real estate secu
rity. Appfy at once. M. M. K01IBEU,
no7-3t SIS seTenth street.
ql nnn ooq- vw. e hate
toJtiVA JVJm the abore amounts on hand to loan
on real estate, T can nestlate loan at any time
on abort notice and at reasonable rates. Amounts
oi (10,000 and upwards can be hd at 8 per cent., pay
able quirtcrly, flTe years to run.
- DOWNMAK GREZN
oc3S-lm 412 Uerenih street.
FOR SALE OB EXCHANOE A FINE
y ARM, containing serenty-three acres, situate
about flTe miles north ofGeorreto-n,l. C: twenty
acres in bard wood and timber; orchard, 2D0 peach
trees, U5 apple, 10 or 12 pear-trees, 40 cherry-trees;
line water; stream through woodland; good soil ior
frrain. grass, stcslmprored by a two-story frame
awellinr-house, seven rooms, porch on two sides,
outbuildings, barn, stable, Ac. Frice, $3,000, Terms
easy deferred payments at six per cent, interest, or
OC20 - 111 Seventh street.
PEBEttPTOBY SALE OF SPOBTINO
OUNS.-1 JJy order or the consignees, we offer
the balance of tne English Breecn and Muzzle
loading SHOT OUNS at an additional reduction of
prices, at which great sacrifice the whole must be
soldwltbln a Terr, short time. The majority of
thimareof the well-known English makers, sucn
asOreener, Scott, P. WelDy. H oil is, Clabrough.
'Ward, kianton, de.i Each is fully warranted. An
early call will Insure the best selection, as they posi
tively cannot ne aupuc-iea ror rae prices ouerea.
a. uuuuaiu.1 ..v..
A Corner Tenth and D streets.
Loan Once and Commission Brokers.
u ... ..un,.T ...
MONtY LOANED ON BEAIs ESTATE.
Large sums at 8 and 9 per cent. : smaller sums
at 10 per centt Houses rented. Property sold at-
private or public sale. '
v " SUZBMAN ft HANDY.
Heal Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
oelT-lm St. Cloud Building.
iBAND OENTENN1AI. UHANOE.
X A rortune can oe made In three months. A
large Boarding House. No. ill S street northwest,
forrentebeap. Inqulreor '
Beat Estate Broker,
sezS Cor. Seventh and t streeets.
TJIOB SALE HUS ess STAND AND
A! DWELLING The th-ee-story brick house,
with three-story back building, first floor fitted up
as store-room; water and gas: corner location: een.
tral,andlncine of the best business portions or the
dry: near two Unea of street ears and market. Will
selS-tr ill Seventh street.
TTIOB SALE OB EXOH ANUE 8 AUBES IN
JC Montgomery county, Md., 6 miles frota the elty,
and about annarter of a mile from Linden, a station
on the Metropolitan railroad. Land of fine quality,
and good Improvements. E, J. SWEET.
aepli IU Seventh street.
TTIOB SALE OR EXCHANGE FOB CITY
JD OB COUNTRY PKOPEBTY-A first-lass
Drag Store and Fixtures In the western part or the
elty. Elegant fixtures and no better location In the
elty for a large fancy drug business. New Soda
Fountain. For rnrthes panic
lenlara lnaulre of
B. M. HALL, 813 Seventh street.
T"BTBADE A FINE BES1DENOE ON
'A! '.UNION STBEET.BnOOJtl.Yrl, N. Y.,wlth '
BrownStons trimmings. Three stories and base
ment, also good eellar. Hot and cold water, with all
.other modern improvements. Bcnta for 863 per
month. Incumbrance of 31,000 to be assumed by
purchaser. Price, 88,800. WLU trade for unlncum-
nerea ciiy property. n. at. ix&xilh
(18 Seventh street.
EXCHANOE FINE BESIDENOE ON
Kris railroad. Will exchange for Washington
elty property. Good fruit, large house and ncces
aarr otttnulidlnrs. Dlstantfron.NewYork22mIles,
TtearPatersonTNew Jersey. Apply to Dr. W. H.
TATLOB. B08 A street northwest. aogs-u
' TTIOB SALE CHEAP LOTS AND ONE
J square, near Lincoln park, at about assessed
valued to 8 tests per foot, B. M. H ALL.
anil - 813 SeTenth street.
FOB SALE TWO FINE LOTS ON A
street north, near.Thlrd street, at 30 cents per
foot. .--. UAIdl4'
anil 813 Seventh street.
TTIOB TBADE COONTKY SEAT OF
Ai acres, north of city 7 miles. Forest Glen sta
tion, oa Point of Bocks railroad. Finely improved.
4 Large house, 11 rooms. Barn, springs, ae. Lawn
and fine shade. Will trade for a house or vacant
ground here, Baltimore, Philadelphia or.New York.
anil B. M. HALL. 813 Seventh street.
. OB TBADE aArmiS-ONEHALFMIIlE.
A:, from Boundary street, northor the city. Apor
tton of tUne forest. W1U be traded for s good house,
and niiterence In Incumbrance on house aammfid,
-sna- - b. u, HALL, cu serenth Btreet,
FOR TBADE A FINE HOUSE OF 15
rooms. In bvst order, la Georgetown. Will be
traded for farm oa the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Price, 816,03). . B. M. HALL.
auli 15 Seventh street.
FOR SALE AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE
-on Capitol uui.-searly new, fronflnsrC by s
feet, lot 73x100. doubl front, mansard roof. bar.
windows on each side, fine view of the Capitol and
Park. House contains 111 moms, finished la hard
wood, heated with hot alrlmproved fnrsacetBot
and eolJ water, and firstclass In all demlis. Can be
purchased at less thance't. "' .i t
t . J. STANLEY JONX8,r
Oct i si I seventh street.
4l Ti STREET SOUTHlLlST FOR
"AI SALE Three-story and basement brick
dwelling, ten rooms, bathj water andga.c-Prloe,
15,000; easy terms.
- 511 Serenth Street.
We offer the following list or unredeemed-pledger
and commission goods at great bargains. Erery
article la fully warranted :
DIAMONDS, soUtareand In duster.
WATCHES, In solid gold or silver eases. Amer
ican, English, Hwlss. .
CHAINS, solid 12, II and 13-karat gold.
ltlNUS. the bestassortment lathe city.
BltACELETs. solid gold or tilled, .very sire.
SETS, all kinds.
b i. u i)y, every una, solid li ana u-carat goio.
SLEEVE BITTTONS, every deign.
CKO3ES. oUd rold and Koman irotd filled.
LOCKETS, lady's or gentlemaa's, of rich dc
algn. - r a,
PINS, erery kind, new and second-hint. :.
EAK-KlNUS.tomateh the ttnsor separate ,
CLOCKS, American, English or French. - '
BKONZES, very fine, fomevery rare. j
GUNS. English treeeh and nuizle-loadlng, 10
and 12 gauge, new and second-hand. I
j.ju ,wi E.XU9. iium .ioiia, ui ainas. ,
ULASBKS, opera, field, spectacles or eye-glasses.
CUTLERY, pocket-knives and razors.
headed and a few others.
ETC.. U to be seen tnbe.a
A describe. All we ask is a i
to describe. AU we ask Is a fair comparison for the
similar goods to Insure a ready sale.. Call and. ex
amine oeiore purcrping eisewneie.
8. UOLDSTElfT' CO.,
LOAN AND COMMISSION BBOKEK3.
se27-tX N. E. Corner Tenth and D streets.
OK SALE THEEE HUXDKED ACKES
orijAPiiJ-or suiTtiortioaorit. on tnerointor
Eockj Koid, loc&te-Lu otneir Forrest GlenSU
ilonMd.t nine mllM flrora . WuUIntnoa. Iaqalxa
Of THOa. J. BROWN. Whuton P. O., Md.
AIao. tot chop, one Lot of 38 crt$ inXw ,
a-rtTAT.v. TTATrr. tim SALEVi
Tlili well-ltaoT i i twrmlmr STiiiunrBiaTt an
vxb jxTiAiia suae ox uao irovomc
xlrer, xuea mllM below W.h-
. . r. - r i.r n - . r
lnxtoa, u. u. uid opposite noma.
Vernon, is now offered for gale
oa eur terms, or will trade fo
eny property, i ne place contains s acrw ui una.
tn excellent state of rnlttTatlon; has 15,000 jonag
peach trees, nearly all Is bearing; an oriird of
OTer 100 caolce Tatieties of apples; a well-baUt old
lasbloned mansion, with 12 rooms and spocloas
bails, a tarye barn and sereral oatbulldlnj , alt la
ood order, and fltte4 np In erery way for sKo.j
The rtrer front Is fitted up especially for excur
sionists, and Is, without exception, tha best loca
tion for this purpose on the Potomac rlrer. There
Is an extensive lawn reaching down to the water's
edre, numerous bade trees. Arbors, booths patent
swings, Ac, and a parlllion the largest south of
lhlladelphla. There Is excellent fishing, bathing,
and boating at the plsce. and It is thought that a
flrst-class Summer Bosrdlnz-house would pay well,
as there is nothing of the kind within tereatT-flTe
A TYnbllr rMLri llr1 rlWTi trs ha wriofln fmt Af
mlrablT idspted for such a ntuose.
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 Moseir, the Thompson, and the two Baltimore
boats (the Washington and the Express) stop at
regular interrals, and dally excursions are run to
An enterprlslBg-party could esjUyaaiea for
tune at th. stand. Apply to
h ti. WARMER. Real Estate Broker,
Jelg-tf Corner BeTenth and If streets.
L TTiOR SALE HORSE, BTJGOY AND HAB
A7 M3, in first-rate order. Horse Is .
kind, will stand without hitching, audit
leS-tf CJ Eighth street.
"POB, SAI.E-OX AJiTBEET N. Z.
A two-storr frame with five rooms. 12.500.
Apply to B.H.WABNEB, Seventh and 7 sts.
A BTBEET SOUTHEAST.
A three-story brick house with II rooms, f 11.000.
A three-story brick house with 8 rooms, si, 000.
Apply to BH.W ABA KB, Seventh and f sts.
B STBEET NORTHEAST.
A three-story brick bouse with 9 rooms, W.000
Applyto B.H.WAJSX1JB. Seventh andFsts.
B STBEET SOUTHEAST.
A three-story brjck house. 19 rooms and store,!', 0
A two-story brick house, 10 rooms, 86,000.
Applyto B. H. WARN EB, Seventh aadT sts.
An elegant pro perry between Hth and 15 th sts., r. SCO
A neat two-story frame near N . Capitol at., tl,o.
Apply to B. 11. WABN EB, Seventh and? sts.
C STBEET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick house with M roo as, so.ooo,
A two-story orlcfc use and basement, 23,500.
Applyto B. H. WABNEB.jeventhandYsts.
COLUMBIA STBEET- NOBTHTYEST.
A two-story bouse above P street, (2,600.
A three-story house above f street. J3.600.
A two. story house above O street, $3,500.
Applyto B.H.WABNEB. Seventh and 7rU.
CORCORAN STBEET NORTHWEST.
A three-story brick house with Id rooms, 8S.000.
Applyto B. H. WAJCNEB, Seventh and sti.
A two-story honse with? rooms, ft, 000.
A two-story brick house with s rooms. C.200.
Applyto B. 11. WABN EB. Seventh and f sts.
A two-story brief on north side. 12,500,
A two-story brick on sOcth side. .300.
Applyto B.U.WAKS EB, Seventh and 1 SU.
BE SALES STBEET.
Seven eleganftwo-story houses wjih S rooms and.
iarze yaras, s,uw.
Applyto B. H. WAltNEB. Seventh aadJ sts.
A flve-storr brick house with la rooms. 113.000.
I A two-story house with S rooms, 83,000.
PPXJ w u. VI siujui, oevenuiauu jr s:s.
A two-story frame bouse with 4 rooms, f 1,600.
Applyto B. H. WABN EK, Serenth and T sts.
EAST CAriTOL STBEET. .
A three-story house with 14 rooms. 87,000.
An old-house on a lot, 27x123, 15,000.
Applyto B.U.WABNEB, Seventh and JT its.
F STBEET NORTHWEST.
A fonr-sory brick house, with 11 rooms, near
Seventh street, 812 000.
A four-story brick, with 13 roo 313, near Tenth street,
A store and dwelling near Eleventh street, 815,009.
Apply to B. H. WAB2iEB.Seventh and I- sis.
F STBEET SOUTHWEST.
A two-story framcwlt1! 8 rooms, 82,000.
Apply to B. II. WABNEBTseventh and F sts.
a STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A three-storypr-ssed brick, with large lot, 38. 500.
Apply to H. 11. WABNEB, Seventh and F sts.
GBANT ATE., near 78b & BonnUary.
A n-wtwo-story frame housewlth 4 rooms, 8700: 833
cash and fuper month.
Apply to B. II. WABNEB. Seventh and F sts.
H STBEET NORTHEAST.
A store and dwelllng.S roems, 82,500
Apply to B. UTV ABNEB,Seve(. and F sts.
H STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A three-story brick house, near Eighth street, with
A two-siory brick, with 7 rooms, near Seventh
Apply to B. H. WABNEB, Seventh and F s'J.
I STBEET NOBTHEAST.
A two-story brick bouse,with 8 rooms, 81,800.
BApplytoB. H. WABN Ett,Seventh and FsU.
X STBEET XOBTHWEST.
An elegant residence, bet. 2d and 3d sts., 8,500.
A two-story house of 9 rooms. 83,000.
A-two story rrame near Twenty-first street. f2,000.
Apply to B. 11. WABNEB, Seventh and F its.
INDIANA ATENUE. f
A four-story brlck,wlth 9 rooms, 83,800.
Applyto B. H. WABNEB.seventhasdFsts.
K STBEET NORTHWEST
A four-story brick, with 12 rooms, 810,000.
Apply to B. u. WARNEB, Seventh and F sts.
H STBEET XOBTHWEST.
A three-story double house, near llth street, 825,000"
A two-story brick bouse,wtth 7 rooms, near 13th
Apply to B. H. WABNEB.SeTenth and F sts.
A commodious and beautiful mansion st llth street,
Four frames near 7th street, 8S.00O.
A two-etory frame near sth street, large lot, 83, 000.
A twestory frame n ax Sth street. 11 rooms, ft, 000.
A frame housewlth 5 rooms. 81.700.
Apply to B. H. WABNKB,Seventh and F sis.
A three-story house.wlth 8 r
Apply to B. H.ABNI
rooms, near out auect, i
Apply to B. H. WABNEB, Seventh ana
S STBEET NORTHWEST.
A nest residence near 14th street. 810,500.
Anlce bouse above 14th stieet, 89.000.
Two two-story framea near 5th street. S3, 500.
A two-etory brick near7tb street, 82,b0.
Apply to B. H. WABN EB, Seventh and F sts.
O STBEET OBTHWEST.
A new three-story brlek with It rooms. flLOOO.
ApplJlto B. H. WABNEB, Seventh and F sts.
FENNSTI.VANIA anenue. '
A three-story dwelling with store front, near Ninth
street. 311.000. - -A
three-story bouse, near Nineteenth street. 88,830.
Applyto' B. H WABNEB, Seventh sad FsU. -
PAKE ST., (NEAB 11 til E- CAPITOL.X
Atwo-stbry frame with 8 rooms, 81.700.
Apply to B. H. WABNEB, Seventh and F sts.
PIEBCE ST., (NEAB-lItU A S STS.)
A new frame, with 7 rooms, 82.300. "
Applyto B. H. WABWEB. Seventh and F sts.
8, BTBEET NOBTHWEST.
A three-story brick, pear Fourteenth street, wtajl
roosu, 88,700. . i
Atwe-ttory frame wltn 4 rooms. 11.500.
Apply to B, H. yABNEB. Seventh and F sts.
B STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A three-rtorybrlck house, star Fourth it., tt,S0C.
Applyto ,M.V AAA a,A,oevenui ana fats.
S BTBEET NOBTHWEST. " '
A two-story house, near Thirteenth street, 84,030.
A twiMtnrv house, above Fourteenth street. Skseo.
A tbree-storr hoase, near Fourteenth street, 87.000. 1
Applyto B.H.-WAKNEB, Seventh asd sts. 7
SAICSOK BTBEET H OBTHWEST.
Nos. 1412 and 1414, eaA 81,800.
Apply to B. U. WABN es. Seventh and F sts.
No. 1800. aneat two-story brisk with 8 rooms. KODO;
too cash and balance monthly at 8 per cent.
Applyto B-ILVWABNEB. Seventh and F sti; -
A two-story briek wtth rooms, 88,000.
Applyto B. H. WABMEB7Seventhand-
W BTBEET NOBTHWEST.
A large double eottage. large grounds. ftc,87.5B0.
.Apply to B. H. WABN EB, oevenUi and Fsts.
FIRST STBEET NOKTHE4ST.
As elegant manston. nearB street. f23,00ff.
Applyto B. H. WABN EB. rttventh and T SU.
FIRST STBEET NOBTHWEST.
Atnree-storvbrlekhomewltii imm.i m v
S-Applyto B. H.WABNEaevMlhanTFjta.
) FIBST BTBEET SOUTHWEST.
jATwo-story brick with rooms, 81.20).
.appiy so a. si. vtauia.is,i3eventn and Tata.
ASECONB STBEET SOKTHEAST.
A two-story houe with 4 rooms. 91.S0O.
..Appij m x. a. ivx..xa.seTenuian(ir sta.
SECOND STBEET NORTHEAST.
A tbree-storr house with 4 rooms, ia.000-
-. Apply to B. U. WABN EB, seventh and Fsta.
THIRD STBEET NOBTHWEST.
AJwo - slory frame with S rooms and water. 82,000.
tssr.attrv fNtna rii-sn-aa shp f itmal a i boss
Asplyjo B,H. WABNJLB, SejenUi and its.
THIRD STBEET SOUTHXAST.
A two-story frame witn rooms. 81,400.
AnplTto B. 11. WABNEB. Sevenra and T sts.
a two-story house, near A street. H00O.
A three-story brick house with 10 rooms, 83,000.
A good two-storr frame bouse, 81.260.
Applyto B. WABNEB, eerenth and T sts.
FOUBTH STBEET SOUTHEAST.
A two-story corj er brick hou,e. with i rooms, 1 J.OOC.
A two-story brick house, near Astrret.
Applyto B. 11. WAEN EB. Seventh sad T its.
FOUBTH STBEET NOBTHWEST.
Tour two-story frame bouses, near H street. 810.000.
A three-story brick houe. 8 rooms, 83,500
.Apply tv B. H. WABNEB, Sereita and Fats.
tZ FIFTH STBEET SOUTHEAST!
Two three-story houses. 9 rooms, avooo.
A brick house, nearF street, f 300.
Applyto B.U.WABNEB, Seventh and rata.
A three-story brick house; with V) rooms. KSOB.
A two-story frame house, with 6 rooms. 81,410.
Applyto B. H. WABNEB, Seventh and Fata.
BETENTH STBEET NORTHWEST.
A large building at corner orLstreet. 83,000.
Apply to B. U. WABNEB, Seventh and r t.
SETENTH STBEET SOUTHWEST.
A two-story frame, with S rooms. 83,000.
A. three-story brick, with 10 rooms. J2.0C0.
A two-story frame, with 7 rooms. 81. BOO.
Apply to B. H. WABNEB. Sevtuth and T ru.
EIGHTH STREET NORTHWEST.
Atwo-etory frame. nearHetreet, 84.500.
Apply to B. B. WABNEB. Seventh and 7 s.
NINTH STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A three-atory brick bouse, nearL street, 813,030
A four-story bouse, near L street, fltooo.
T two-story frame, near L street, I2.9U0.
Apply to B. H. WABEB. Seventh and J rz,
NINTH STBEET NORTHEAST.
A neat flve-roora cottage, near O street, 82,300.
Apply to -B. H. -ft aTENEB, Seventh andTsis.
TENTH STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A two-story frame, with 6 rooms, 32,500.
A two-story brick, with 6 rooms. 83.000.
- Apply to B. H. WABNEB. Seventh and sts.
ELEVENTH STBEET NOBTHWEST.
A three-story brick, nearN street. 810,200,
A three-etorv brick, wlthll rooms. 63,730.
A three-story brick house, with 12 rooms, 87.X0.
A three-story frame houe, with store. 8s5u0.
A three-story brick, w 1th 10 rooms, 83.000.
Seven nw bricks, 8 rooms. jp, 500 each.
Apply to B, B WASN EB, Seventh and e
EEETENTH STBEET SOUTHEAST.
A Jhree-story house in Philadelphia Kow, ft, 500.
Ap?"v to B. H. WABNElt, seventh and t sts.
TWELFTH STUEe't KOSJHWEST.
A six-room cottage, 83,330.
A two-siory frame, 7 room, 84.000.
Apply to B. H. WABNEB. Seventh and T sil.
THIBTEENTH ST. NOBTHWEST.
A two-story brick, with 8 rooms, 33,500.
Atwo-eorrframe. with7room.. fc.mo.
Applyto B. H. WABN EK, Seventh and Fits.
THIRTEENTH ST. S OETHWEST.
A two-story brick house, with S rooms. sx.SOO: 8200
cash and balance monthly. '
Applyto B. U. WABNEB, Seventh sad Tata.
FOURTEENTH ST. SOUTHWEST.
Athree-atory brick, with 12 rooms. 86.500.
A two-story brick, with rooms, 84.500.
Applyto B. H. WAKSEB. Seventh and r sa.
SIXTEENTH ST. 31 OBTHWEST.
Five houses on large lot, near L, J5,S0O; tao eas5
and balance to suit.
Applyto B.H. WABNEB Seventh and X sts.
NINETEENTH ST. NOBTHWEST. 3
Two brick houses, with 9 rooms. 4c. 34,500.
Apply to B. H. WABNEB. Seventh and F ru.
TWENTY-SIXTH ST. NOBTHWEST.
A three-story brick, with 6 rooms, 81,900.
Applyto B. h; WABNEB,
ee4 Seventh, and T streets
FOR SALT, OR RENT.
IrrtyrT F STBEET, (MICHLEB BOW.)
I O I For Bent or Sale House, containing
seven chambers, parlor, dining-room, kitchen and
laundry. Hot and cold water, with aU. tha conTe
nlentes of a flrst-cla?s houe.
No. 1210 Q street.
no4-8t Or Room!. No. 517 Set enth street
1 AfQ K STBEET, NEAB THE"OIBOLE
A.2tVCJ For Sale or Bent Eleven-room house.
finely frescoed and finished from top to bottom: en-
.terms easy, race mouerate.
SMITH. BIKUE A CO..
1014 Pennylvanra avenue.
FOB SALE OB I BENT A NINE-BOOK
jpress-brlck front honse corner of sixteenth
andPstreets:basement.twostorles. llansara roof,
bay window and all modern conveniences. Also,
two choice lota adjoining house. Terms Tery
reasonable. For Information apply at 1113 Maasa.
chnsetts avenue. ed4-tr
TTIOB SALE, EXCHANGE OB BENT THAT
-- oeanuruuy nnisnea KtjtiisuE, ism u
street northwest, containing seventeen rooms, g
most eligibly located, and possessing all modern s
lmnrovementa. Half cash. AnnlT to W.NUT-J
TIr GUAM, corner of Third and. K streets sostk.
east, or to F. A. POSEY. Fort Foot, Maryland.
lanB-tf J .
STOVES, RANGES, &C.
JF YOU WISH TO SATE MONEY
STOVES, BANGES, tCn
JOHN MORAN, 3136 Fa. Avenue.
New Sliver Palace. Sunnrslde, or LighN
mug sieater, to neat tnree uoors. only at,,
Kli.g. Cabinet and Columbia Bauges ai
low as 313. Gem Oracle. SDtendid. and
Washington Banges. 89. A full line of
Lase-BurnlDir and Keatlnr Stoves, the'
cheapest in the city. Call before purchasing. It
will pay. Kepalrlng promptly attended to and sat
lsfactlon guaranteed. oc23-2m
James 16. ECarrover,
1338 FOURTEENTH STBEET N. W
StOTes, Grates, Banges, House-Fur.
nlsblng; Goods, c.
A9-Boofins and Spon tine a Specialty,
wntE ON TIIV IIEABTIT.
Beautiful Fire-Place Heater.
New Portable Bange.
All first class. Each tie best of Its kind.
HAYWARD & HUTCHINSON,
317 Ninth street, near the Avenue,
OC23 STOVE AND PLTJMBINO HOUSE.
STAG'S HEAD RANGE
Tbe Quickest Biter, the Most I conooIcaX Heater
and CDespett Range In the tnarlet.
BANQOrTHOT-CIsOSET BAISG-. SomethlnjC
entlrelT new, cheap, good and tandj. Just the
Also. -JJanfordB new Challenge Hot-air TUB -I
AGE; tnneiior to all others.
At the -ole agency of
IIOFF t THOMAS,
ocT-am rcOFennsTiranla arenue northweat.
1423 mm YOEKATENDE. 1423
THOS. M. SHEPHERD,
PLUHBINU, STZAH AND GAS FIT
The largest and best assorted designs In the city.
coaslstlng of Chandeliers tn crystal, bronze and
gilt; exquisite Toilet and Newel Lights: portables
and reading Lights. Pendants, Brackets. Ac, in
endless variety at Philadelphia wholesale prices.
Of the newest and most elegant styles in marble,
slate and carved walnut, and at the lowest prices.
in silver, gilt, bronxe and nickel, of handsome
design and finish.
A dozes different styles. Including the "May
flower," "Silver Palace." "Social, " "Boynton's
1ST8." "Baltlmorean.-' "New Balto" and others,
put up In the beat manner, and guaranteed to gtva
I desire tosall specUl attention to the "XHPIRX"
range, whlco cannot be excelled by any range In the
market for cooking and baking, also for TieaUng
stories above. Also on band the "Defiance,"
"Chlrson." Spartan" and other ranges .at very
For heating aad cooking complete with furniture.
Etnas, Ioniser, Ac, for thealek room.
I am prepared to furnish any styles or furnace,
either portable or set In a superior manner In brick
at reasonable rates.
PluMBWG- STEAM AND GAS FITTING.
Zmptoytsgaooe sat the most skllirul workmen. I
sd prepared to execute all orders promptly, and la
s superior manner, and at the lowest price.
TKOa 2k. SHHPHBBD,
423 NEW TOBK. AYENDX. US
Q-l Q . H. HABBOTEX, Of 9
OAO 8XYXNTH 8TBXXT. OJ.O
Five doors from Pennsylvania avenue noata.
BEPATBSFOB ALL, KINDS OF STOTES,
FULL, ASSORTMENT OF HOUSE-FUS
selS NISHINO GOODS.
onwo t . wri va
rJTHE WABBEN BANOE AND THE
BrLr.IDID FIRE-PLACI FUBNACF.
e. r. sixpsov,
IOCS Pennsylvania avenue.1
OF WASHINOTON. D. C.
No. SB SeTenth St., (under Second NaUonslBaak.)
Capital '. .trX,M
Money to loan in turns to suit cm first-class real
estate located tn the District of Columbia. Titles
and values guaranteed by the company. Persons
havTArmottevtoloanerlnvest will tind nnueiias
-applications for loans and real estate notes for sals. j
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