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Full text of "Muster roll, Kit Carson Post No. 2, chartered March 27, 1867, Department of the Potomac, G.A.R. .."

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CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 

Title page 1 

Biography of Kit Carson 2 

History of Kit Carson Post 5 

Post Library and Picture Gallery 7 

Post Drum Corps 7 

Stated Meetings of the Post 7 

Objects of the G. A. R 8 

Hints for Recruiting 8 

Fees and Dues 8 

Officers and Past Officers 9,13 

Standing Committees 11 

Muster-Roil of Members 15 

The Honored Dead 61,62 

For meetings of Department Headquarters and Posts see 
Sd page of cover. 



INDEX OF ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE. 

Alderney Dairy 10 

Artificial Legs 10 

Artists' Supplies 12 

Attorneys 12, 14, 16 

Awnings, Tents. &c 16 

Baggage Express ' 18 

Boots and Shoes 18, 22 

Butter Merchant 20 

Cabinet-makers 60 

Caterers 22 

Claim Agents 22, 24, 48, 52 

Clothiers 26, 28 

Confectioners 22, 24 

Contractors 28 

Dentists 28 

Diamonds, Jewelry, &c 30 

Dining Rooms 30 

Dry Goods, &c 40, 42 

Equitable Building Associa- 
tion 30 

Florists 32 



PAGE. 

Flour, Feed. &c 32 

Frescoes and ^ecorations 38 

Furniture, Carpets, &c 32 

Groceries 34 

Hats, Caps and Furs 34, 60 

Insurance 36, 38 

Iron Works 44 

Justice of the Peace 48 

Laundries 44 

Livery Stables 44 

Newspapers 44, 46 

Notaries Public 48 

Patent Attorneys 50 

Pension Attorneys 48, 50, 52 

Printers and Bookbinders.. 52, 54 

Real Estate and Loans 38, 58 

Sewing Machines 58 

Sporting Goods 58 

Tailors 56, 58 

Undertakers 56, 60 

Watches, &c 30, 60 



MUSTER ROLL, 

Kit larson Post, f o. 2 



CHARTERED MARCH 27. 1867, 




Department of the Potomac, G. A. R. 



TOGETHER WITH 



LIST OF OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES, 

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF KIT CARSON 

HISTORY OF THE POST, &c, &c. 



Compiled and Edited by 
CHAS. F\ KEEFER, Adjutant. 



Washington, D. C, January. 1889. 









KIT GARSON. 

MILITARY RECORD. 

2d Lieut. U. S. Mounted Rifles, June 9, 1847, to January 
28, 1848. 

Lieut. -Colonel, 1st New Mexico Cavalry, July 25, 1861. 
Colonel, 1st New Mexico Cavalry, Sept. 20, 1861. 
Mustered out, Oct. 8, 1866. 

Brevet Brig. -General, March 13, 1865, "for gallantry in 
the battle of Valverde, and for distinguished services 
in New Mexico." 

Lieut.-Colonel, 1st New Mexico Vols., Oct. 8, 1866. Mus- 
tered out, Nov. 22, 1867. 



Christopher Carson, better known as Kit Carson, was 
born in Madison County, Ky., Dec. 24, 1809. Tbat coun- 
try bad already then become too tame for bis fatber, wbo 
moved bis family, tbe following year, to wbat is now 
Howard County, Mo., a country tben abounding in wild 
and bostile Indians. Here Kit remained, exposed to tbe 
dangers of a frontier life, until be was 15 years of age. 
Having been apprenticed to a saddler, tbis occupation 
soon proved too insipid for one born to danger, and wben 
17 years old be joined a party bound for Santa Fe, wbicb 
city be reached in Nov., 1826; tbence be went to Taos, 
wbere, living with a mountaineer, be acquired the Spanish 
language and gained a knowledge of the Rocky Mountains. 

It is not within the limits of this sketch to follow him 
in bis many adventurous and perilous expeditions — to 
the headwaters of the Gila and the San Francisco ; tbe 
canons of the Colorado ■ tbe Great Basin ; the San Joa- 
quin ; tbe Sierra Nevada ; the headwaters of the Colum- 
bia, the Yellow Stone, and Platte ; the Black Hills, &c. 



In 1842 he met General Fremont at St. Louis, and ac- 
companied him on three great expeditions which the 
"Pathfinder" led. The story of these, ending m the 
conquest of California, is still fresh in the minds of the 
American people. 

Having subsequently joined General Kearney, he served 
as his guide, and having while thus employed saved the 
command from disastrous defeat, President Polk ap- 
pointed him a lieutenant in the regular army, but the 
Senate rejecting the nomination, Carson reverted to 
private life. He bore this injustice with the noble equa- 
nimity characteristic of him, never complaining, nor re- 
laxing in his career of self-sacrifice. He remained a 
patriot to his last breath. 

Several subsequent attempts on his part to settle down 
were interrupted by his giving his services in the sup- 
pression of Indian hostilities. He then became a freighter ; 
on one occasion, hearing of a threatened meat famine, 
he himself drove a herd of sheep from New Mexico to San 
Francisco, where the people gave him a grand reception. 
In 1853 he was appointed Indian agent for New Mexico, 
and was successively re-appointed until the breaking out 
of the rebellion. 

It was apparent that New Mexico would become a the- 
atre of war. Kit Carson promptly offered his services, and 
was successively appointed Lieut.-Colonel and Colonel 1st 
New Mexico Cavalry, and as such took a prominent part in 
the battle of Valverde. For gallantry there displayed he 
received the brevet of Brigadier-General. After the battle 
of Apache Cafion, when the enemy left the Territory, he 
was assigned to special duty, under General Carleton, 
against the Navajos. Here, while in command of 2,000 
men, he succeeded by strategy in capturing 10,000 men, 
women and children, since which time this tribe has been 
little disposed to go on the war-path. 

While on an official visit to Washington he was on 
Feburary 17, 1868, mustered a member of the Post that 
on his death adopted his name. _ 

He continued in the public service, his last official act 
being the successful settlement of the difficulties with 
the Sioux, and while returning to his home in New Mexico 
he died suddenly at the age of 59 years, on May 23, 1868, 



at Fort Lyon, Colorado, from the effects of the rupture 
of an artery, superinduced by a fall from his horse whil 
in the line of duty. 

His remains lie buried by the side of those of his wife, 
in the burying-ground at Taos. 

On May 30 (Memorial Day), 1885, assisted by the mili- 
tary and civil authorities, and in the preseuce of 5000 
persons, among whom a member of Kit Carson Post of 
Washington specially delegated to represent it, to the 
sound of the guns of Fort Marcy, the Department of 
New Mexico, Grand Army of the Republic, unveiled in 
the plaza of Santa Fe the monument reared to his mem- 
ory. It is of New Mexican brown stone, cut in the quar- 
ries owned by ex-Senator Stephen W. Dorsey, a comrade 
of the G. A. R., who furnished the same chiseled into 
shape at his own expense. His powder-horn and pouch, 
his hunting knife, as well as a cane presented him by 
prominent citizens of New Mexico, are the property of 
Kit Carson Post. 

Of Kit Carson it was truly said : 

' : He had but little time to demonstrate his character 
as a citizen in the peaceful pursuits of life. But in what 
he had, he gained the reputation of being peaceable, 
truthful, gentle and honest, a good neighbor and good 
citizen." 

" An unlettered man, placed by destiny in the wild 
woods and craggy mountains, far from the charms of 
wealth, culture and civilization, in almost daily contact 
with wild beasts and savage men, he maintained himself 
with wonderful success, and never did the inspiration 
of his manly heart lose control over his action. He not 
only impressed himself upon the people in the Rocky 
Mountains, but upon the whole country. Ever ready for 
duty, he died in its discharge, enjoying the highest con- 
fidence of the Government and the respect of his 
fellow-citizens." 



Kit Ga rsor * Post. 



Post 2, "District of Washington" Department of the 
Potomac, G. A. K. received its charter March 10, 1867, 
and was organized, by District Commander Bramhall, in 
the basement of the National Capitol on the evening of 
March 27, 1867, with the following-named charter mem- 
bers : Richard Middleton (Post Commander), L. B. 
Cutler, S. A. Boyden, Richard Morgan, Nathan Burnham, 
J. H. Jennings, George \V. Lithgow, George Peck, Wm. 
Low, and Richard F. Rea. Of these, Past Post Comman- 
der Cutler is the only surviving member now in the 
Pest. 

It first appears on record as " Kit Carson Post " August 
10, 1869, having been named after its deceased member, 
Kit Carson, a sketch of whose life will be found on 
another page. 

From this small beginning of ten members it grew 
until up to >date it mustered into its ranks 857 com- 
rades, of whom 62 died members of the Post. Its 
growth at first was slow, reaching a membership of 78 in 
1870, falliug to 18 in 1875— its lowest point since organi- 
zation ; again rising, slowly, to 58 in 1879, thence rapidly, 
until it reached the highest number since organization, 
456, January 1, 1889. The largest gain in any one year 
was in 1882 — 112 members. 

It is now the largest Post in this Department. 
By reason of its situation at the National Capital, its 
membership undoubtedly embraced a larger number of 
organizations of the Defenders of the Union on land and 
sea. and of every branch of the service, than any other 
Post in the country, every regular organization, whether 
military or naval, every State and Territory that fur- 
nished men to the Union cause, having its representative 
on its roll ; and while the Grand Army knows no rank, 
all its members being comrades, the Post takes pride in 
having enrolled on its Roster so many distinguished 



soldiers and sailors prominent in the administration and 
leadership of the armies and fleets of the Union, whose 
names have become household words. 

In the Grand Army the Post has always held an hon- 
orable position; no small share of honors has fallen to it, 
the National Encampment electing one of its members as 
Commander-in-Chief — an honor that falls to one Post in 
a thousand. The present Department Commander be- 
longs to Kit Carson Post, and it still counts four Past 
Department Commanders in its ranks. 

The Post took an active part in all great gatherings of the 
Grand Army, and many of its members still cherish the 
pleasant recollections of their visits to Portland, Denver, 
San Francisco, Brooklyn, New York, Philadelphia, Colum- 
bus, and other cities. It enjoys and endeavors to deserve 
the good-will of the people of Washington, and to the ex- 
tent of its abilities will keep high the standard of the Grand 
Army. To preserve and strengthen those "kind and frater- 
nal feelings" which bind us together — to " perpetuate the 
sacred memory of the dead " — to" help, protect, and aid, 
poor and distressed comrades, their widows and orphans" 
— to " encourage universal liberty, equal rights and justice 
to all men " — what nobler work in the evening of life 
for men who, in its morning, risked their lives for the 
cause of liberty ! 

Having a pleasant and conveniently situated Post Hall, 
an excellent library, and rattling drum corps, Kit Carson 
Post tenders to all worthy soldiers and sailors of the 
war for the Union, in and out of service, a Hearty Wel- 
come. 



KIT CARSON POST LIBRARY AND PICTURE 
GALLERY. 

The foundation of a Post library was laid some six years 
ago by a donation of General Sherman's Memoirs. A com- 
mittee on library was appointed, and comrades generally 
contributed books until, by donation and purchase, it grew 
to some 800 volumes, a large number having been added 
by means of a " Book Reception" held last year. The 
library contains many valuable works on the Civil War, 
a full set of Harper's Magazine, and generally the works 
of the standard American and English authors. Comrades 
are invited to contribute books and make free use of the 
library, a catalogue of which, as well as Rules governing 
the same, they will find published with the By-Laws. The 
Librarian is in attendance every meeting night. 

The Picture Qallery, an attractive feature of the Post 
room, contains a fine collection of Portraits (including a 
life-size photograph of Kit Carson), and Scenes of the 
War, presented by comrades. The Committee on Deco- 
ration will gladly receive and acknowledge additions to 
this interesting collection. 

KIT CARSON POST DRUM CORPS. 

The Post has an efficient Drum Corps of ten pieces, 
drums, fifes, and bugles, fully uniformed and equipped, 
under the leadership of Comrade Jared Mundell, Drum 
Major. It has rendered excellent service in the Post 
room and on parade, and is an attractive feature of the 
Post. 

STATED MEETINGS. 

The Post meets on the xecond and fourth Wednesdays 
of each month. 

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OBJECTS OF THE G. A. R. 

i. To preserve and strengthen those kind and fraternal 
feelings which bind together the soldiers, sailors, and 
marines who united to suppress the late rebellion, and to 
perpetuate the memory and history of the dead. 

2. To assist such former comrades in arms as need help 
and protection, and to extend needful aid to the widows 
and orphans of those who have fallen. 

3. To maintain true allegiance to the United States of 
America, based upon a paramount respect for, and fidelity 
to, the National Constitution and laws ; to discountenance 
whatever tends to weaken loyalty, incites to insurrection, 
treason, or rebellion, or in any manner impairs the effi- 
ciency and permanency of our free institutions ; and to 
encourage the spread of universal liberty, equal rights, 
and justice to all men. 

HINTS TO RECRUITING OFFICERS. 

Every comrade of Post 2 is constituted a Recruiting 
Officer, and it is his duty to use all honorable means to 
invite worthy ex-soldiers and sailors of the Union to join 
the Post. For this purpose comrades should supply 
themselves and keep ready at hand blank forms, which 
may be had of the Adjutant. 

The qualifications of candidates are : 

Soldiers and sailors of the United States Army, Navy, 
or Marine Corps, who served between April 12, 1861, and 
April 9, 1865, in the war for the suppression of the Re- 
bellion, and those having been honorably discharged 
therefrom after such service, and of such State regiments 
as were called into active service and subject to the orders 
of U. S. General Officers, between the dates mentioned, 
shall be eligible to membership in the Grand Army of the 
Republic. No person shall be eligible to membership who 
has at any time borne arms against the United States. 
FEES AND DUES. 

The muster fee, including the cost of the G. A. R. badge, 
which, together with a copy of the Rules and Regulations 
and By-Laws, presented to each recruit when mustered, 
is five dollars. 

By transfer card : three dollars. 

Reinstatement of comrades who have been dropped : 
five dollars. 

Dues, fifty cents per quarter, payable in advance, on 
the first days of January, April, July, and October. 



OFFICERS OF KIT CARSON POST. 



William F. Morse, 1631 Q st. N.W., . . Post Commander 

Thomas H. McKfe, Senior Vice Commander 

George Mackay, .... Junior Vice Commander 

Charles F. Reefer, 316 Second st. S.E., . . •• Adjutant 

James W. Wisner, 1310 Tst. N. W., . . . . Quartermaster 

Henry A. Robbins, M. D., Surgeon 

George H. Slaybaugh, ...... Chaplain 

Wm. H. Fuss Officer of the Day 

Eugene H. Curry, Officer of the Guard 

Wm. H. Hutchinson, Sergeant Major 

Wm. H. Partridge, Quartermaster Sergeant 



PAST POST COMMANDERS. 

Wm. B. Brown, J. M. Edgar, 

A. J. Gunning, W. S. Chase, 

B. F. Hawkes, G. M. Husted, 
Wm. Gibson, J. C S. Burger, 
S.- M. Gordon, M. S. Hopkins, 
E. L. Grant, C. P. Lincoln, 
E. M. Truell, L. B. Cutler, 

J. W. Wisner, Fred'k Brackett. 



ALDERNEY DAIRIES DEPOT, 

FRANK K. WARD, Proprietor. 

Cottage Cheese and Fresh Buttermilk, made from CREAM, 
a Specialty. 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Residence, Office, Main Depot, Cheese Factory, Creamery, and 
General City Headquarters : Nos. 929 and 931 D Street N.W. 

Telephone communications with Dairy Farm, Salesi^ooms, 622 E 
St. N.W., 414 Third St. N.W., 527 Fifteenth St. N.W., 520 Ninth St. 
N . W. , and throughout the entire city. Western Union wire in office. 



This Space Belongs to a Comrade of Post 2. 



EDWARD KOSACK, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



JEWETT'S PATENT LEG 

No. 521 TENTH STREET N.W., 
Near Ford's Theatre, - WASHINGTON, D. C. 



Artificial Legs of the most approved pattern, combin- 
ing Strength, Lightness, and Perfect Finish, 

furnished on short notice. 
Post 2. 

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STANDING COMMITTEES KIT CARSON POST. 

ON GOOD OF THE ORDER. 

W. F. Morse, 
M. S. Hopkins, C. P. Lincoln, 

L. B. Cutler, F. Brackett. 

ON RELIEF AND VISITING SICK. 

The Senior Vice Commander. Chairman. 
The Surgeon, The Chaplain, 

The Sergeant Major, The Q. M. Sergeant. 

ON FINANCE. 

T. E. Clifton, G. Lewis, C. E. Diemar. 



B. F. Hawk.es, 



W. S. Chase, 

T. J. BURRELL 



H. A. ROBBINt 

J. S. Tucker, 



ON EMPLOYMENT. 

W. Gibson, 



J. C. S. Burger. 



ON ENTEKTAINMENT. 

Geo. Mackay, 

T. R. Turnbull, 
J. N. Ehle. 
ON LIBRARY. 

G. H. Cooper, 

W. H. Partridge, 
S. S. Everett. 



J. F. Reardon, 
J. P. Reed. 

J. S. Garrison. 



ON DELINQUENTS. 

W. H. Frss. 
W. H. Hutchinson. 
W. Hebrew, 

ON BY-LAWS. 

F. Keefer, J. Cameron. 

ON RECEPTION OF VISITING COMRADES. 

F. A. Butts, Chairman, 
W. S. Chase, J. E. Smith, 

J. P. Reed, W. Gibson, 

E. Meade, W. H. Fuss. 

ON DEPARTMENT MEMORIAL COMMITTEE. 

A. Hart, T. R. Turnbull. 

ON DEPARTMENT RELIEF COMMITTEE. 

J. R. Brown. 

ON FAIR FUND. 

W. Gibson. 



C. P. Lincoln, 



TRUSTEES. 
W. B. Brown. 

DRUM-MAJOR. 

Jared Mundell. 

GUARDS. 



W. Gibson. 



J. F. Collins, 
F. H. Mooers, 

INSIDE SENTINEL. 

E. A. Welsh. 



J. A. McDonald, 
E. H. Brown. 

OUTSIDE SENTINEL. 

H. E. Talbott. 



%WM^%!irm JUL JL A^jy*^ IUf f WWLm § 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Artists' DniEktanX ani Painters' Supplies, 

LAMPS, CHANDELIERS, Etc., 

No. 418 Seventh St. N. W., - Washington, D. C. 

THOS. S. HOPKINS, 
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 

Room 20, Atlantic Building, 

Q28 and 930 F Street N. W., Washington, D. C. 
Post 5. Notary Public. 

WM. EDGAR ROGERS, 
Counsellor at Law and Solicitor of Claims, 

1339 F St. N.W., Washington, D. C. 

Practices in all the Courts and before the Departments of the 
Government. 
Post 8. 



ERASTUS C. WEAVER, 

LAWYER 



512 Eighth St. N.W., Washington, D. C. 

Post 2. 12 



Officers and Past Officers Department and National 
Headquarters, Members of Kit Carson Post. 



Charles P. Lincoln, 
John Cameron, 
F. A. Butts, 
Theo. E. Clifton, 
Wm. H. Partridge, 
H. C. Dabragh, 



DEPARTMENT. 

. Department Commander 

A ssistant A djutant General 

■ Senior Aide-de-Camp 

Aide-de-Camp 

Aide-de-Camp 

. Asst. Inspector 



PAST DEPARTMENT COMMANDERS. 



Benj. F. Hawkes, 

H. DlNGMAN, 



Wm. Gibson, 
Sam'l S. Burdett. 



A. J. Gunning, 
J. R. Brown, 
S. S. Burdett, 
H. Dingman, 
John Cameron 
Fred ; k Brackett 



NATIONAL. 

Member National Council of Administration 
Aide-de-Camp 
Past Commander-in-Chief 
" J. V. 

" Adjutant General 

" Asst. " 
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WILL A. COULTER, 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law. 

Practice before U. S. Supreme Court, Court of Claims, District Courts, 
Congress, and all Departments of the Government. 

23 St. Cloud Building, - - Washington, D. C. 
Post 2. 



GREEN B. RAUM, 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 

1307 F Street N.W., Washington, D. C. 

Will practice in Supreme Court of the U. S., in the Supreme Court 
of the District of Columbia, in the Court of Claims, and be- 
fore the several Executive Departments. 
Questions arising under the Customs and Internal Revenue laws 

will be made specialties. 
Post 8. 

CURTIS & BURDETT, 

(Post 2.) 

ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES, 

923 F Street, Washing-ton, D. C. 



W. B. SNELL. H. L. PRINCE. 

post 2. SN e ll & prinCE, 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

4j6 La. Ave. N. W., 
Opp. City Hall. WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Practice in the Courts of the District of Columbia, the Court of 

Claims, the Supreme Court of the U. S., before Congress 

and the Government Departments. 

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MUSTER ROLL 

OF 

Kit Garsoi? post, No. 2 

DEPARTMENT OF POTOMAC, G. A. R: MM 



Abernathy, Jas. T., Pvt. and Capt. A, 1 S. W. Mo. Inf., 

Pvt., Lt., Capt., Maj., Lt.-Col., and Col., 10 

Tenn. Cav. Pension Office. 
Algate, John B., Pvt. G, 35 N. Y. Inf., and H, 13 N. Y. H. 

Art.; 1 Sgt. and 2 Lt. I, 37 N. Y. Inf. Pen- 
sion Office. 
Allison, Douglas, Pvt. L, 192 Pa. Inf. Smithsonian Inst. 
Ammen, Daniel, Com'der U. S. N.; ex. officer U. S. S. 

Roanoke, and commanding Seneca, Sebago, 

Patapsco, and Mohican. Ammendale, Md. 

Rear Admiral U. S. N. (retired). 
Andermann, Philipp, Pvt. E, 1 U. S. Art. Carpenter. 

1006 M s.e. 
Anderson, Albert, 1 CI. Boy, U. S. S. Wabash, and Pvt. 

U. S. M. C. Railway Postal Service. 
Anderson, Wm. B., Farrier M, 1 Md. Cav. Blacksmith. 

1215 Ohio ave. n.w. 
Andre, Wm. A., Pvt. A, 13 N. Y. H. Art., and H, 6 N. Y. 

H. Art. Adjt. Gen. Office. 
Angle, Armatus L., Pvt. H, 2 Cal. Inf. Pension Office. 
Apple, David K., Pvt. H, 15U. S.Inf. Clerk. 5149thn.w. 

{See ad.) 
Armour, Robert, Pvt., Sgt.-Maj., 2 and 1 Lt. D, and Capt. 

C, 79 N. Y. Inf., and A, D. C. Vols. Q. M. 

G. Office. 

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CHARLES P. LINCOLN, 

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

Pacific Building. - - Washington, D. C. 

Practices before United States Supreme and District Courts, Court 
of Claims, Executive Departments, and Committees of Congress. 

Post 1. Room 37. Telephone Call, 329 

JOHN A. HAY WARD, 
Attorney at Law, 

NOTARY PUBLIC, 

1 666 14th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Acknowledgments taken in any part of the city. Good for nearly 

all the States. Conveyancing. 
Post 2. 

BURTON'S 

AWNING HOUSE 

911 E Street N.W., 

Washington, D. C Telephone 104S-4. 

Sails, Awnings, 
Tents, Flags, &c, 

Of Every Kind For Sale and Made to Order. 

Canopies for Receptions and Dinner Parties at Short Notice. Awning 
Stripes, White and Colored Canvas, Iron Awning Frames, 
and Awning Hardware of Every Description. 
Tents and Flags for Rent and Sale ; maker of anything in Silk, Bunt- 
ing, or Canvas. Decorations and Military Goods. 
Post 3. 

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Arthur, Henry H., Pvt. D, Fremont Body Gds. ; A. 2 
Eng. U. S. N. Topeka, Kansas. 

Aspinwall, Algernon A., Pvt. F, 33 N. Y. Inf. Pension 
Office. 

Aughinbaugh, Wm. L., Pvt. I, 5 Ohio Inf. Patent Office. 

Baird, Absalom, Capt. and Maj., A. A G. and I. G., Brig. 

and Bvt. Maj. Gen., and Inspector Gen. 

U. S. A. 1741 G n.w. Maj. Gen. IT. S. A. 

(retired). 
Baker, Arthur E., Pvt. A, 12 Conn. Inf. Govt. Bindery. 
Ball, Frank O , Pvt. and Sgt. A, Wis. H. Art. ; Sgt. Maj. 

and 2 Lt., 1 Wis. II. Art. Q. M. G. Office. 
Barton, Henry, Corp'l C, 1 Va. L. Art., and 2 Batt'n, 

V. R. C. Hampton, Va. 
Bates, James A., Pvt. F, 12 N. Y. S. M. ; Pvt. and 1 Lt, 

12 N. Y. Inf. Real Estate, &c. 1407 F n.w. 
Baum, Charles, Pvt. C, 80 Ohio Inf. Merchant, 416 7th 

n.w. (See ad.) 
Beall, Bazil M., Pvt, H, 11 Md. Inf. Carpenter, 1013 Va. 

ave. s.e. 
Bell, Frank, 1 Lt. and Capt. I, 1 Pa. Res. and Capt. V. 

R. C. Pension Office. 
Bellis, Roger, Pvt. and Sgt. D, 1 Md. Inf., 2 Lt. V. R. C. 

Treasury Department. 
Bendz, Waldemar, Pvt. I, and Sgt. Maj. 1 N. Y. Inf. 

Treasury Dept. 
Bennett, Adolphus B., Ldsm. U. S. S. S. Wabash and 

Mendota. Gov't Print. Office. 
Billard, J. F., Actg. and Asst. Surg. U. S. S. Monticello. 

Laurel, Md. Physician. 
Bilyeu, George W., Pvt. H, 112 Pa. Inf. Bookbinder. 
Bishop, F. P., Pvt. C, and Lt. and R. Q. M. 4 Tenn. Cav. 

Pension Office. 
Blasland, William, Pvt. D, 1 Mass. Cav. Treasury Dept. 
Bliss, D. W., Surg. 3 Mich. Inf., Brig. Surg. U.S. V. 

Physician. 607 13th n.w. 
Bolwav, Joseph S., Pvt. and Sgt. H, 14 N. Y. Inf. and G. 

S., U. S. A. Treasury Dept. 
Bond, Nimrod, Pvt. I, 8 Md. Inf. Patent Office. 
Bone, Wallace* G., Pvt. D, 7 111. Cav. Treasury Dept. 



LLOYD'S 
WASHINGTON ORIGINAL 25-CENT EXPRESS. 

Baggage checked to all railroad depots and 
steamboats; furniture, &c, carefully removed; 
trunks taken to any part of the house without 
extra charge. Office, 1200 F street N.W. ; tel- 
ephone. 430. 

Post 2. JOHN C. HAWLEY. Pl'Op'l*. 

Also ticket agent for Washington and Nor- 
folk and Norfolk and New York steamers ; also 
the Netherland, United States Mail, Hamburg- 
American Packet Companies, and Pacific Mail 
Steamship Company's Lines. 



JOHN ISEMANN, 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, 

427I Tetitk St. N. W. 
LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS, 

627 Penna. Ave. S.E. 
Post 2, WASHINGTON, D. C. 

JOHN OBERHEIM, 

DEALER IN 

FASHIONABLE BOOTS AND SHOES, 

Ladies', Misses', and Children's Boots, 
Shoes, Gaiters, &c. 

r 3S3 Seventh Street N. W., Washington, D. C. 
Post 2. 

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Bostick, J. H., Pvt. and Corp'l D, 47 Ohio Inf. Harris- 
burg, Pa. Pension Office. 

Bowen, Ohas. H., Med. Cadet and A. A. Surg. U. S. A. 
Physician. 908 6th n.w. 

Boyd, Edward D., Capt. I, 2 Colo. Inf., and G, 2 Colo. 
Cav. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Brackett, Frederick, Pvt. D, and Mus Band, 6 Me. Inf. 
Lawyer. 13 K n.e. 

Bradford, J. W., Pvt. I, 1 N. J. Inf. and 1 Lt. H, 4 N. J. 
Inf. Treasury Dept. 

Brauninger, Win., Pvt. H,*20 N. Y. Inf. Machinist. 219 
En.e. 

Brewer, H. Harley, Pvt. L, 1 Md. Cav., and F, 4 U. S. 
Cav. Capitol Post Office. 

Brodie, Paul, Pvt. and 1 Sgt. F, 79 N. Y. Inf., and 2 and 
1 Lt. U. S. Signal Corps. 1627 N. J. ave. 
n.w. 

Bromley, A. C, Pvt. C, 22 N. Y. Inf. Pension Office. 

Brown, Charles W., Pvt. K, 35 Mass. Inf., and V. R. C. 
Printer. 1319 F n.w. (See ad.) 

Brown, Edwin H., Pvt. F, 148 111. Inf. 438 Q n.w. 

Brown, George, 1 Lt. E, 6 Batt'n, D. C. Inf. Tobacco- 
nist. 419 7ths.e. 

Brown, James R., Pvt. F, and Coms'y Sgt. 53 Mass. Inf. 
Butter merchant. 100 4th s.e. (See ad.) 

Brown, James W., Pvt. A, 13 Ohio Inf. St. Joseph, Mo. 

Brown, John, Pvt. and 1 Sgt. E, 9 U. S. Inf. Shoe- 
maker. 912 9th n.w. 

Brown, William B., Pvt. and 1 Lt. C, 174 Ohio Inf. Treas- 
ury Dept. 

Brown, William P., 2 Lt. "Mech. Union Rifles," D. C. 
Inf. Cabinet-maker and Undertaker. 1410 
14th n.w. (See ad.) 

Buck, William W., Pvt. and Capt. E, 37 Wis. Inf. Pen- 
sion Office. 

Burbage, William D., 2 Lt. and Capt. E, 91 Ohio Inf. 
6th Aud. Office. 

Burch, George D., Pvt. A, "Union Reg't" D. C. Inf. 
Bookbinder. 1602 7th n.w. 

Burdett, S. S., Pvt. and Capt. B. 1 Iowa Cav. Lawyer. 
925 F n.w. (See ad.) 

Burger, John C. S., Pvt. C 71 N. Y. S. M., and I, 12 V. 
R. C, Sgt. K, 133 N. Y. Inf. War Dept. 



J. R. BROWN, 



KETAIL DEALER IN 



FINE CREAMERY BUTTER, 

lOO Fourth Street S.E., 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



If you would like to test the quality of my Troy 
Creamery or the K. B. Creamery Print Butter, 
send a postal card to my address, and I shall be 
pleased to bring you a pound of it on my first 
trip to your neighborhood. I receive the butter 
from these two celebrated creameries twice a 
week during the winter and three times per week 
during the summer, and deliver it to customers 
as follows : 

Northwest and Georgetown, every Saturday ; 
east of 14th St. N.W., Le Droit Park, to Massa- 
chusetts Ave. N.E., every Thursday; S.E. and 
S.W., every Tuesday. In the summer season 
each pound print is put in a neat tin package, in 
which it can be kept till my next trip. This is 
considered by customers a very great convenience, 
as they can put it in the refrigerator and keep it 
free from any odor that may come from other 
things in the ice-box. 

My creamery butter is put up in packages es- 
pecially for my own trade. 

I also have New York Dairy, a„nd Country 
Butter for cooking. 



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Burrell, Thomas L, Pvt. G, 69 ; A, 82 N. Y. Inf., and Lt. 

R. M. S. City Post Office. 
Burrill, John G. , Pvt. and 1 Lt. G, 14 Ind. Inf. 18 3d n.e. 
Butts, Frank A., Lt. and Capt. H, and Maj. 47 N. Y. Inf. 

Pension Office. 
Cameron, John, Corpl. C, 3 Pa. Cav. Adjt. Gen. Office. 
Carr, George W., Pvt. G, 197 Pa. Inf., and M., 2 Pa. Cav. 

Railway Postal Service. 
Carrick, Robert, Pvt. and 1 Sgt. H, 1 U. S. Dragoons: 

Maj. and Lt. Col. 3 Mo. Cav. 1225 11th n.w. 
Carroll, Patrick, Pvt. E, 9 and 4 U. S. Inf. War Dept. 
Carson, John M., 2d Lt. and Capt. F, 27 Pa. Inf. Jour- 
nalist, 1332 Vt. ave. 
Carter, James B., Pvt. and Corpl. L, 9 N. Y. S. M. (83 

Vol.), and Pvt. B, 1 V. R. C. Treas. Dept. 
Cattell, Henry P., Pvt. F, 20 Pa. Inf. Police. 
Chambers, W. H., Pvt. B, 1 W. Va. Inf. Hampton, Va. 
Chase, Wm. H., Pvt. K, and 1 Lt. and R. Q. M. 76 N. Y. 

Inf. Treasury Dept. 
Chase, Winfield S., Pvt. and Sgt. L, 1 N. Y. L. Art., 1 Lt. 

and R. Q. M. 18 V. R. C. Patent Office. 
Chipp, Rodney, Fireman, U. S. S. Katahdin, Pay-M., 

Std., and Pay-M. Clerk, U. S. S. Quaker 

City, and Admiral, Des Moines, Iowa. Den- 
ver, Col. 
Churchill, John M. , Pvt. I, 1 Minn. Inf. Pension Office. 
Clark, Selden N., Pvt. D, 12 Wis. Inf., 2 and 1 Lt. G, 64 

U. S. C. T., Bt. Major Vols. Journalist. 

725 18th st. n.w. 
Clarke, Edwin M., Pvt. A, 1 Ky. L. Art. Augusta, Ga. 
Clements, Joseph, Pvt. G, 2 U. S. Inf. Adjt. Gen. Office. 
Clemmer, W. B., Pvt. A, 14, 44, and H, 146 N. Y. Inf. 

Pension Office. 
Clifton, Theo. E., Pay-M. Clerk, U. S. N. P. O. Dept. 
Clous, John W., Q. M. Sgt. 9, 2d Lt. and 1 Lt. 6, and 
'Capt. 38 and 24 U. S. Inf. ; Major and 

Judge Adv. U. S. A. 
Cole, Charles C, Pvt. I, and Capt. 17 Me. Inf. Lawyer. 

468 La. ave. 
Coleman, James, Sgt. A, Wash. Light Inf., and 1 Lt. 

and Capt. H, 1 D. C. Inf. Guard U. S. Jail. 
Coleman, Phil. W., Pvt. I, 8 Mich. Inf. Pension Office. 



GEORGE W. RICH, 

FINE BOOTS AND SHOES, 

No. 7/7 Market Space, Washington, D. C. 
Post 1. 

RFREUND, 
Confectioner and Caterer, 

No. 702 Ninth Street N.W., 

WASHINGTON. D. C. 



HARRISON DINGMAN, 

(Post 2.) 

FIRM OF 

CLUM & DINGMAN, 
SOLICITORS OF CLAIMS 

Before the Departments. 

P. O. Box 262. 816 F Street N. W., 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



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Collins, Fred. W., Pvt. H, and Com'ry Sgt. 5 U. S. Art. 

Adjt. Gen. Office. 
Collins, James F., Pvt. A, 4 N. Y. Vet. Cav. Treasury 

Dept. 
Colton, Harvey V., Pvt. F. 35 N. Y. Inf. Carpenter. 

928 F n.w. 
Commerford, John A., Capt. B, 3 Mass. Cav. Supdt. U. 

S. Cemetery, Arlington, Va. 
Conlee, Alexr. W., Pvt. and Sgt. K, 96 111. Inf. Land 

Office. 
Connell, Robert A., Corpl. "Cameron Guards," 3 Batt'n, 

and Pvt. and Sgt. D, 1 D. C. Inf. Gov't 

Print. Office. 
Connor, Lendell A., Pvt. G, 9 N. H. Inf. Treasury Dept. 
Conrad, Jose h, Capt. B, and Maj. 3 Mo. and Lt.-Col. 

and Col. 15 Mo. Inf. ; Col. and Bvt. Brig. 

Gen. U. S. A. (retired) 
Conway, John, Fireman, U. S. S. Dakota. Blacksmith. 

710 Va. ave. s.e. 
Cooper, George H., Pvt. B, 5 Wis. Inf. 6th Aud. Office. 
Coppersmith, Wm. B., Pvt. G, Pot. 1 Home Brig. Md. Inf. 

Carpenter. 1235 5th n.w. 
Coulter, Will A., Sgt. 18 U. S. Inf., Capt. aud Bvt. Maj. 

A. A. G. Vols. Lawyer. 530 9th n.w. 

{See ad. ) 
Cowperthwaite, Ed. E., Pvt. G, 2 Pa. H. Art. Cattletts- 

burgh, Ky. 
Cranford, Henry L., 1 Lt, G, 14 N. Y. S. M. Inf., and 

Capt. C S. Vols. Contractor. 1418 F n.w. 
Crisp, Thomas B., Pvt. C, 11 111. Cav. 6th Aud. Office. 
Croffut, W. A.. Pvt. E, 1 Minn. Inf. Journalist. 109 

1st n.e. 
Crooks, Jacob W., Pvt. I, 5 N. Y. Cav. Printer. 921 G 

n.w. 
Culbertson, John N., Pvt. C, 7 Kans. Cav. Pension Office. 
Culverwell, John G., Corp'l A, " Union Eeg't," and 1 Sgt. 

I, 1 D. C. Inf. Coast Survey. 
Curry, Eugene H., Pvt. A, 50 N. Y. Engr's. 6th Aud. Of- 
fice. 
Curtin, Pat'k, Pvt. D, 2 Battn. D. C. Inf. Tailor. 802 
12th n.w. {See ad.) 



W. T. VAN DOREN, 

Solicitor of Claims, Pensions, Patents, k 

OFFICE : Room 61, Atlantic Building, 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

For 17 years Examiner in the U. S. Pension Office. 
An old Vet. 

/\_ /± T H C^ 3VI .^\. S3 
ATLANTIC BUILDING, - WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Practices before the United States General Land Office. 



Contested Land Cases, Private Land Claims, Mining, Pre-emption 

and Homestead Cases, prosecuted before the General Land 

Office, Department of the Interior, and Supreme Court, 

and all Classes of Claims before the Executive 

Departments. 

Land Warrants, Homestead Floats, and all kinds of Land Scrip 
Purchased and Sold. 
Post 2. 

A. GUTEKUNST, 

DEALER IN 

Confectionery, Ice Cream, Mill, and Cream, 

1324 14th St. N.W., Washington, D. C. 
Post 1. 



JOHN G-. REISING-ER, 

CONFECTIONERY 

And Ice Cream Saloon, 

No. 23 >j G Street N. W. rorS iStk Street N. W. 

607 Washington Market and 72 Western Market, 
Post 1. WASHINGTON, D C. 

t&~ Families, Parties, and Sociables furnished at reasonable rates 
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25 

Cutler, Lyman B. , Pvt. and Capt. 66 Mo., and Capt. C, 
andBvt. Maj. 83111. Inf. Messenger. Sen- 
ate P. O. 

Dalton, Thomas W., Pvt. G, 82 N. Y. Inf. Pension Of- 
fice. 

Darragh, Henry C, Pvt. and 1 Sgt. E, 164 N. Y. Inf. 
Land Office. 

Daughton, John B., Pvt. A, 1 Battn. D. C. Inf. Iron 
Works. 1212 D n.w. {See ad.) 

Davis, George E., Pvt. A, 124 Pa. Inf., and 1 Sgt. E, 1 
Del. Cav. Q. M. G. Office. 

Davis, George P.. Capt. K, 42 Mass. Inf. Surg. Gen. Of- 
fice. 

Davis, Jacob A., Pvt. 1 N. Y. Mounted Rifles. Manches- 
ter, N. H. Pension Office. 

Dawson, N. E., Pvt. K, 19 Iowa Inf. Stenographer, U. 
S. Senate. 

De Arnaud, Charles A., Capt. 5 Mo. Inf., and A, D. C. 
. U. S. V. 1216 15th n.w. 

De Castro, J. W., Saddler 1, 1 N. Y. Mtd. Rifles, and Pvt. 
M, 4 N. Y. Prov'l Cav. Merchant. Newark, 
N. J. 

De Long, Baltis, Pvt and Corp'l I, 61 N. Y. Inf. 800 
11th n.w. 

Desmond, Michael P., Pvt. A, " Jackson Gds.," D. C. Inf. 
Q. M. Gen. Office. 

De Wandelaer, John A., Pvt. and Capt. B, 153 N. Y. Inf. 
Contractor. 508 9th n.w. 

Dickinson, Joseph, 1 Lt. and Adj't 26 Pa. Inf. : Capt., 
Major, and Lt. Col.. A. A. G., and Col. and 
Bvt. Brig. Gen'l Vols. Pension Office. 

Dickson, Charles H., Pvt. G, 13 Ind. Inf. Baltimore, 
Md. 

Dickson, John R., Pvt. 1, 169 N. Y. Inf. Supt. Nat'l Cem- 
eterv. Alexandria, Va. 

Diemar, Charles E., Pvt. A, 49 111. Iuf. Treasury Dept. 

Dillon, Michael, Pvt. and Sgt. I, 5 U. S. Cav. Mat- 
tresses. 207 4j n.w. 

Dingman, Harrison, Pvt. K, 14 N. Y. Iuf. Solicitor. 816 
F n.w. {See ad.) 

Doolittle, Wm. H.. Sgt. F, 141 Pa. Inf. Patent Lawyer. 
935 F n.w. (See ad.) 



^y. nvii}ostoi>, 



(Post 2.) 



EISEMAN BROS. 

THE ONLY MANUFACTURING 

CL O THIERS A ND TAIL ORS 

OF WASHINGTON. 



Corner SeDenth and E Sts. 



P^GRAND ARMY SUITS A SPECIALTY. 



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Doores, Wm. C., Sgt. C, 109 Pa. Inf. Adjt. Gen. Office. 
Doyle, John A., Capt., and C. S. Vols. 720 13th n.w. 
Drum, Richard C, Maj., Lt. Col., and Col., A. A. G., U. S. 

A. ; Brig. Gen'l and Adj't Gen'l U. S. A. 
Drumni, Peter, Pvt. G, 191 Pa. Inf. Fireman. Glyndon. 

Md. 
Dubois, William, Pvt. G, 4 N. Y. Inf. Police. 
Dufour, J. M., Pvt. G, 139 Ind. Inf. 1203 T n.w. 
Dunn, A. S., Ldsmn. U. S. N. Treasury Dept. 
Dyrenforth, Robt. G., Pvt. Chicago Dragoons ; 1 Lt. and 

Capt. D, 13 111. Cav. ; Capt. L, 17 111. Cav. 

Patent Attorney. 501 F n.w. 

Eager, James H. L., Pvt. G, 5 Pa. Res. Corps, and 1 Sgt. 

H, 195 Pa, Inf., and C, 19 Pa. Cav. 
Eckerson, Theo. J., Capt. M. S. K., and Capt. and Maj. 

Q. M. U. S. A. Portland, Oregon. Major 

U. S. A. (retired.) 
Edgar, James M„ Pvt. C, 71 Pa. Inf., and Pvt. and 1 Lt. 

I, 11 Mo. Cav. Treasury Dept. 
Edson, John Joy, Pvt. B. 61 N. Y. Inf. Sec'y Equitable 

B. Ass'n. 1003 F n.w. (See ad.) 

Ehle, John N., Pvt. D, 2 Wis. Inf. Surg. Gen. Office. 
Elam, Thomas J., Pvt. E, U. S. Mtd. Rifles (3 Cav.) and 

2 Lt. 1 Mo. L. Art. 1010 K n.w. 
Elms, Chas., Pvt. F, 30 N. Y. Inf. Farmer. Great Falls, 

Md. 
Emery, J. M., Pvt. H, 1 U. S. Art. Patent Office. 
Engel, Benj., Corp'l B, Sgt. K, and Sgt. Major 2 U. S. 

Dragoons (2 Cav.), Ord'ce Sgt. U. S. A. 

Adj't Gen. Office. 
Erly, James S., Pvt. C, 8 N. Y. H, Art. Pension Office. 
Evans, Albert M., Pvt. F, Pa. L. Art. Adj't Gen. Office. 
Evans, John E., Pvt. and Sgt. U. S. Marine Corps. 924 

Va. ave. s.w. 
Evans, John G., Pvt. I, and 2 Lt. H, 4 Ohio Inf. Pen- 
sion Office. 
Everett, Shepard S., Pvt. H, 13 Mass. Inf. 1524 10th 

n.w. 
Fair, Charles, 1 Lt. and Capt. C, 154 Pa. ; Capt. I, 147 

Pa. Inf.; Lt.-Col. 54 U. S. Col'd Troops; 

Bvt. Col. U. S. V. Navy Dept. 



L. H. YORK, with 

ROBINSON, PARKER & CO., 

CLOTHING, 

319, S.E. Cor. Seventh and 1) Streets N.W., 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



GEO. H. BOSTON, 

CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, 

1624 Tenth Street N W. , 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 
Post 4. 



Dr. W. B. POMEROY, 
SURGEON DENTIST, 

No. 802 O STREET N.W., 
Post 5. WASHINGTON, D. C. 

ELLIS B. BLISS, 

(SON OF VETERAN), 

DENTIST, 

621 Thirteenth St. N. I/'.. Washington, D.C. 



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Ferguson, B. S., Pvt. "Constitutional Gds.," D. C. Inf., 
and Ldsm. U. S. S. Eutaw. 401 5th n.e. 

Fernald, George W., Pvt. C, 82 N. Y. Inf. Pension Of- 
fice. 

Finn, John, Pvt. D, 8 Ohio Inf. Adj't Gen. Office. 

Fisher, George W., Pvt. D, 85 Pa. Inf., and Hosp'l St'd 
U. S. A. Surg. Gen'l Office. 

Foote, Morris J., Pvt., Lt., Adj't, and Capt. B, 70 N. Y. 
Inf. Lawyer. 1208 F n.w. 

Freeman, Nath'l, Pvt. and Sgt. D, 2 N. H. Inf. 914 
French. 

Fremont, John C, Major Gen. U. S. A. Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

Fuss, Wm. H., Sgt. A, 6 Battn. D. C. Inf. Pension Of- 
fice. 

Garrison, John S., Pvt. G, 6 Mich. Cav. Pension Office. 
Gibbon, David J., Pvt. K, 5 Ohio Inf. ; 1 Lt. 9 U. S. Cav. 
Gibson, Jerome W., Pvt. A, 29 Pa. Inf. Gov't Print'g 

Office. 
Gibson, William, Capt. A, Purnell Legion, Md. Inf. 

Printer. Cor. 13th and Pa. ave. n.w. (See 

ad.) 
Gibson, W. Howard, Pvt. E, and Hosp'l St'd 7 Pa. Res. 

Treasury Dept. 
Gisburne, John R., Pvt. E, 13 N. Y. N. G. Art., and C, 8 

N. Y. N. G. Inf. Navy Dept. 
Gleason, Thomas J., Pvt. E, and Lt. H, 5 Md. Inf. 1256 

4 j s.w. Salesman. 
Goodall, Thomas, Pvt. F, 6 Battn. D. C. Inf. 503 South 

Capitol. 
Goodman, Wm. R.. Pvt. A, 1 Md. L. Art., and 17 Co. 

2 Battn. V. R. C. Physician. 216 13i s.w. 
Goodno, Charles E., Pvt. A, 7 Iowa Inf. Dep't Justice. 
Gordon, Sam'l M. , 827 5th 

n.w. 
Gorman, James O., Pvt. C, 5 Iowa Cav. Govt. Print. 

Office. 
Grant, Eugene L., Pvt. G, 27, and F, 145 Pa. Inf. Sup't 

Nat'l Cemetery. Annapolis, Md. 
Greene, D. M., Capt. E, 6 Cal. Inf. Logansport, Ind. 

Pension Office. 



M. GOLDSMITH, 
■WATCHES, DIAMONDS, 

JEWELRY, 

917 Penna. Ave. N.W., Washington, D. C. 

THE EVANS 



FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 

920=22 = 24 K STREET. 
The Best Family Dining Rooms in the city. 

Board §15 per Month. Tzvo Meals; and $76 
with Lunch. 

SINGLE MEALS, ~- - 25c 

BREAKFAST LUNCH, - - - 15c 
NOON-DAY LUNCH, - - - lOc 

Breakfast, 6.30 to 11 A. M. Lunch, 12 to 2 — 10 cents. 
Dinner, 12.30 to 7 P. M. 

C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. 

6^°" Rooms by the Day or Week. 

EQUITABLE 
CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION 

ASSETS, $97/,jj>9.6^. 

Monthly payments $'2.50 per share. $1,000 in full advanced on 
each share. Pamphlets explaining the object and advantages of the 
Association will be furnished and subscriptions for stock received by 

JOHN JOT ED SON, Secy, 1003 F Street N. W. 

Post 2. Office Hours: 9 A. M. to 4.30 P. M. 

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Grimm. August, Pvt. D, and K, 2 U. S. Inf. Adj't Gen. 

Office. 
Gunning, Amos* J., Pvt. H, 35 Mass. Inf. Treasury Dept. 

Haight, Edwin R., Pvt. K, 11 Pa. Cav. Photographer. 

508 Boundary. 
Hall, Hillman A., 1 Lt. B, and R. Q. M. 6 N. Y. Cav. 

Insurance. 1326 F n.w. (See ad.) 
Halstead, Eminel P., Pvt. E, and Capt. M. 2 N. Y. Art.; 

Capt. A. A. G. and Bt. Maj. Vols. Lawyer. 

2901 Qn.w. 
Haminond, John, Pvt. I, 56 N. Y. Inf. Capitol Police. 
Hanback, Charles, Pvt, C, 10, and K, 27 111. Inf. Beaver 

Falls, Pa. Pension Office. 
Hanmer, E. T., Pvt. G, 6 Mich. Inf. Physician. 418 6th 

n.w. 
Harrington, John, Pvt. E, 1 Va. Inf. Treasury Dept. 
Hart, Abraham, 1 Lt. and Capt. A, 73 Pa. Inf. Book- 
keeper. 420 7th n.w. (See ad.) 
Hartigan. James F., Pvt. I, 99 N. Y. Inf. Physician. 

619 14th n.w. 
Haslam, Thomas, Pvt. and 2 Lt. K, 26 Pa, Inf. Adjt. 

Gen. Office. 
Hawkes, Benj. F. Lt.-Col. 78 Ohio Inf. Notary Public. 

1208 F n.w. (See ad.) 
Hawley, John C, Pvt. G, 8 N. Y. Cav. Agent and Ex- 
press. 1200 F n.w. (See ad.) 
Hayden, H. F., Asst. Eng. U. S. Navy. D. C. Commis 

sioners' Office. 
Hayes, Mich'l, Pvt. C, 40 N. Y. Inf., U. S. S. Manhattan 

City Point, Va. Fireman U. S. Navy. 
Hay ward, John A.. Pvt. B, 21 N. Y., Sergt. I, 44 U. S. Inf 

Lawver. 1606 14th n.w. (See ad.) 
Hebrew, William, Sgt. F, 20 Pa. Mil. Inf. Adjt. Gen 

Office. 
Heffner, James E., Pvt. and Sgt. D, 6 Md. Inf. Police 
Henderson, George, Pvt. and Sgt. F, 7 Wis. Inf. Surg 

Gen. Office. 
Hennessey, James, Pvt. E, 17 N. Y. Inf. Restaurant 

keeper. 114 4^ s.w. 
Herscher. Ferd.^Pvt. C, 36" 111. Inf.. and E, 8 V. R. C 

40 Gn.e. 



THEODORE DIEDRICH, 

1227 F ST. N.W., WASHINGTON, D. C. 



J. P. V. RITTER, 



DEALER IN 



FLOUR, FEED, AND PRODUCE, 

1323 Seventh St. N. W., Washington,' D. C. 
Post 3. Telephone connection 



WASH. B. WILLIAMS, 

Dealer in 

FASHIONABLE FURNITURE, 

Carpets, Upholstery Goods, &c. 

311, 3/7, and 3/9 7th Street, 633 and 633 Louisiana 

Avenue, 632 and 634 D Street N. W., 
Post 11. WASHINGTON, D. C. 



THE UNION SOLDIER'S FRIEND. 

H. BURKHART, 

FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS, 

Mattresses, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mat- 
tings, Rugs, Window Shades, &c. 

1013, 1015, and 1017 7th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 
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Hersey, Samuel R. , Pvt. C, 42 Mass. Inf. Pensicn Office. 
Heupel. John L., Pvt. and 1 Lt. A, 46 N. Y. Inf. Treas- 
ury Dept. 
Hills, Charles W., Pvt. and 2 Lt. A, 41 Ohio Inf. Q. M. 

Gen. Office. 
Hiltman, Abr., Pvt. D. 37, Sgt. C, 174, and Sgt. and 

Lt. 162 N. Y. Inf. Land Office. 
Hillver, Wm. R. Pvt. K, 2, and 1 Lt. and Capt. K, 7 N. J. 

Inf. War Dept. 
Hoffa, Mich'l, Pvt, A, 8 Batt'n D. C. Inf. Jeweler and 

Watch-maker. 624 Pa. av. n.w. 
Holbrook, Charles F., Corp'l "Metropolitan Rifles," D. 

C. Inf. 33 H n.w. 
Holbrook, Edwin H., Pvt. and Corp'l B, 42 Mass. Inf. 

Pension Office. 
Holzer, Wm. H., Pvt. E, 213 Pa. Inf. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Hooper, Joseph, Mus. and Sgt. U. S. Marine Corps. 

Treasury Dept. 
Hoover, Andrew D.,Pvt. " Andrew Jackson Gds.," D. C. 

Inf. Laborer. 604 G s.e. 
Hopkins, Marcus S., Pvt. E. Q. M. Sgt., and 1 Lt. 7 Ohio 

Inf. : 1 Lt. V. R. C, and Bvt. Maj. Vols. 

Patent Attorney. Atlantic Bldg. 
Hovey, Charles E , Col. 33 111. Inf., and Brig. Gen. Vols. 

Lawyer. 125 Ind. ave. 
Hoyberger, Martin, Corp'l and Sgt. G, 2 U. S. Art. Adj't 

Gen. Office. 
Hughes, Harry R.. Pvt. I, 138 Pa. Inf. Adj't Gen. Office. 
Hull, Stephen C, Lt. 3 111. Cav. Ordnance Office. 
Hunt, James A., Pvt. F, 2 N. Y. Cav. Pension Office. 
Hurlbut, J. P., 1 Sgt. C, 84, and 1 Lt. and Adjlt 171 Ohio 

Iuf. Pension Office. 
Husted, Gilbert M., Pvt. E, 7 N. Y. N. G. Inf. : 1 Lt. 

and Capt. G, 47 N. Y. Inf., and Capt. and 

A. Q. M. Vols. 2d Aud. Office. 
Hutchinson, Wm. H., Pvt. and Sgt. D, 42 Mass. Inf. 

Gov. Pr. Office. 
Huxford, Wm. P., Pvt. and Corp'l D, 4 Mich. Inf. ; Pvt. 

B, and Capt. G., and Major 162 N. Y. Inf. 
906 14th n.w. Capt. and Bvt. Major U. S. 
A. (retired). 



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IMPORTERS, 

Table Luxuries, 

Fancy Groceries, 
WINES AND LIQUORS. 

1412 and 1414 Pennsylvania Ave., 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



t. i, ifiiitfi a sm, 

Gentlemen's Hats of every description, 

Ladies' Riding Hats, Steamer Hats, 

Livery Hats, 

Umbrellas and Walking Sticks, 

Ladies' Fine Dress Furs, 

G. A. R. Hats, &c. 

1237 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., 

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Ingersoll, Joseph, Seaman U. S. Navy. P. O. Dept. 
Isemann, John, Mus. Band 12 N. Y. N. G. Inf. Boots and 
Shoes. 627 Pa. ave. s.e. {See ad.) 

Janezeck, John J., Pvt. U. S. Ordnance Corps. War 

Dept. 
Jaquette, I. G., Sgt. H, 1 Pa. Bines Bes. Corps. Q. M. 

Gen. Office. 
Jenks, J. Harry, Ensign U. S. Navy. Kansas City, Mo. 
Johannes, John G., Lt.-Col. Purnell Lpgion : Lt.-Col. 8 

and Col. 11 Md. Inf. 139 C s.e. 
Johnson, John, Pvt. D, 2 Wis. Inf., and B, 4 U. S. Art. 

Treasury Dept. 
Johnson, Manuel, Pvt. and Corp'l C, 15 N. J. Inf. Pen- 
sion Office. 
Johnson, Win. B., Pvt. K, 13, and Pvt. and 1 Lt. H, 26 

Ohio Inf. Q. M. Gen. Office. 
Johnston, Erastus C, Pvt. C, 3, and G, 9 Vt. Inf. 1211 

9th n.w. 
Johnston, Geo. C, Pvt. A, 3 N. H. Inf. 24 Grant. 
Jordan, Bich'd E., Mus. U. S. M. C, and H, 2 U. S. V. 

V. Musician. 729 13 s.e. 
Jouett, James E., Lt., Lt.-Comd'r, and Comd'r, U. S. N. 

Bear-Admiral U. S. N. 
Joyce, John A., Pvt. I audi Lt. and Adjt. 24 Ky. Inf. 

Lawyer. Georgetown, D. C. 

Keefer, Chas. F., Sgt. A, 70 and 86 N. Y. Inf. Adjt. 
Gen. Office. 

Keese, A. E. L., Pvt. and 2 Lt. A, 8 Batt'n D. C. Inf. 
Lawyer. 416 5th n.w. 

Kelley, Benj. F., Col. 1, Loyal Va. Inf.; Brig, and Maj. 
Gen. Vols. Oakland, Md. 

Kerbey, Joseph O., Pvt., Corpl. and Sgt. L, 2 II. S. Cav. 
and 2 Lt. Signal Corps., Bt. Capt. and Major 
A. D. C. Vols. Journalist. 154 E. Capitol. 

Kibbey, Hiram, Pvt. A, 2 N. Y. Mtd. Bines. 1113 Park. 

Killigan, Daniel, Pvt. G, 37 N. Y. Inf. Adjt. Gen. Office. 

Kingsbury, John H., Pvt. B, 141 Pa. Inf. 6th Aud. Office. 

Kinsman, Josiah B., Lt.-Col., A. D. C,, aud Bvt. Col. and 
Brig. Gen. U. S. V.; U. S. Judge, Inter- 
national Tribunal. Alexandria, Egypt. 



Joseph Bowes. Assets, $96,000,000. H. A. Hall. 
(Post 2.) 

BOWES &.HALL, 

Managers Equitable Life Assurance Society of U. S. for Dists. 
of Baltimore and Washington. 

1326 F Street N. W., 26 and 28 Chamber of Commerce, 

Washington. Baltimore. 

N. SPRAGUE, 
Real Estate, Loan, and Insurance Agent, 

Room 8, 524 10th Street N.W., cor. of F, 
Post 4. WASHINGTON, D. C. 



LEWIS H. DOUGLASS, 
LOANS AND INSURANCE. 

Rents Collected, Titles Examined, Abstracts Made, 

and Information given on all matters pertaining 

to Real Estate in all parts of the District of 

Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. 

934 F STREET N. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. 
Post 4. 



BENJ. S. PIKE, 
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE, 

No. 1 2 15 F St. N W., Washington, D. C. 

Residence : 2009 H St. N.W. Office Hours : 8.30 a. m. to 5 p. m. 

Post 2. Telephone call, 87-2. 

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Kitchin, Wesley, Pvt. and Corp'l D, 34 Ind. Inf. 6th 

Aud. Office. 
Kline, John M., Pvt. A, 49 Pa. Inf. 3d Aud. Office. 
Kosack, Edwd., Pvt. and 1 Sgt. K, 2 Md. Inf. Artificial 

Limbs. 521 10 n.w. (See ad.) 
Krause, Chas. A., Sgt, Maj. 8 Batt'n, and Capt. I. 2 D. C. 

Inf. Adjt. Gen. Office. 
Kronse, J. Edwin, 2 Lt. A, 1 Batt'n D. C. Inf. Bailiff 

U. S. Court. 

Landgraf, Fred., Pvt. and Sgt. F, 6 U. S. Inf. Adjt. 

Gen. Office. 
Landvoigt, John A., Pvt. A, 4 Batt'n D. C. Inf. Govt. 

Bind'y. 
Langhorn, Thomas, Pvt. K, 73 N. Y. Inf., and I, 2 Batt'n 

18 V. Pt. C. Upholsterer. Anacostia. 
Lawrence, C. H., Pvt. A, Color Sgt., 1 Lt., and Adjt. 2 

N. H. Inf.; Capt. and A. A. G. Vols. Land 

Office. 
Leach, E. Washburne, Pvt. A, 42 Mass Inf.; Ord'ce 

Corps, Hosp. Std., U. S. A. Anacostia. 
Lewis, Grenville, Pvt. B, 19 Pa. Inf., and 3 and 2 Asst. 

Eng. U. S. N. Patent Office. 
Lieber. G. Norman, 1 Lt. 11, U. S. Inf.; Maj., Judge Adv., 

Col., and Asst. Judge Adv. Gen. U. S. A. 
Lighter, James H., Pvt. C : 6 Batt'n D. C. Inf. Payni'r 

Gen. Office. 
Lillebridge, Geo. H., Pvt, and 1 Lt. E, 14 Conn. Inf. 806 

O n.w. 
Lincoln, Charles Perez, Pvt. and 1 Sgt, C, 1, and Capt. C, 

19 Mich. Inf. Lawyer. 622 F n.w. (See 
ad.) 

Livingston, Sol., Mus. and Pvt. K, 66 N. Y. Inf. Sales- 
man. 1312 7th n.w. (See ad.) 

Loeffler, Charles, Pvt. H, 5 U. S. Cav. Executive Man- 
sion. 

Looker, Thomas H., Paymaster U. S. S. Brooklyn; Pay 
Director, U. S. Navy. 

Lord, Thomas W., Pvt. and 2 Lt. K, 17 Me. Inf. : 2 Lt. 
V. B. C. ; 1 Lt. U. S. A. (retired). 

Loring, Charles H., A, and P. A. Eng. U. S. N. Brook- 
lvn. N. Y. Chief Eng. U. S. Navy. 



TYLER & RUTHERFORD, 

(Post 2.) 

No. 1307 F Street N.W. 

Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, 



Money Loaned on Real Estate. 

Real Estate Bought, Sold, and Exchanged on 

Commission. 

Houses Rented. Rents Collected. 

Insurance : 

Fire, Life, Accident, and Plate-Glass. 



MRS. E. B. SHELDON, 

Solicitor and Agent, with W. T. Van Doren, Gen'l Agent, of the 

Women's Mutual Insurance and Accident Co. 

Of New York. 

Washington Office: Room 6, Atlantic Building. 
W. R. Corps. 



GEO. F. W. STRIEBY, 
FEESCO AND DECORATIVE ARTIST, 

Sig Seventh Street N.E., 

Post 3. WASHINGTON, D. C. 

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Loring, William, Pvt. and Corp'l A, 11 N. Y. Cav. 1202 

D n.w. 
Lothrop, John P, Pvt. E, 40 Mass. Inf. Pension Office. 
Loucks. Charles, A. A. Paym'r U. S. Navy. Lawyer. 

1515 Columbia n.w. 
Loughran, Joseph, 2 Lt. E, 1 N. M. Cav. Pension Office. 
Luskey, George, Pvt. F, and Drum Maj. 2 D. C. Inf. : 

Mus. U. S. Marine Corps. Musician. 609 

S. C. ave. s.e. 
Lytle, R. S., 3 A. Engr. U. S. Navy. Treasury Dept. 

MacGrotty, Edwin B., Pvt. K, 44 U. S. Inf. Treasury Dept. 

Mackay, George, Actg. M. M. and Mate U. S. S. Savan- 
nah and Delaware. Architect. 1 779 Mass. 
ave. n.w. 

Madert, Jacob, Pvt. G. 2 U. S. Inf. Adj't Gen. Office. 

Magle, Michael, Pvt. A, "Union Regt." D. C. Inf. Baker. 
1513 Gales n.e. 

Manson, James O., Pvt. and Corp'l G, 7 Tenn. Mtd. Inf. 
Treasury Dept. 

Martin, Ferd., Pvt. G, 6 U. S. V. V. Cabinetmaker. 
1902 7th n.w. 

Martin, Herman, Pvt. B. 2 D. C. Inf. Govt. Print Of- 
fice. 

Martin, Thomas H., Pvt. F, 63 Pa. Inf. 3d And. Office. 

Mast, Simon P., Pvt. B, 17 Ohio Inf. Capitol Police. 

Maxwell, E. H., Pvt. I, 110 Ohio Inf. Pension Office. 

McBride, Win. F., Capt. D, 72 Pa. Inf. Q. M. Gen. Of- 
fice. 

McCallum, Andrew, Pvt. B, 109, and A, 51 N. Y. Inf. 
Lawyer. 614 F n.w. 

McCartee, Chas., Pvt. B, 151 Pa. Inf. Pension Office. 

McCarten, Edw'd, Pvt. D, 59 Mass. Inf. Pension Office. 

McCormick, John H., Pvt. and 1 Lt. G, 67 Indiana Inf. 
Surg. Gen. Office. 

McDevitt, James A., Pvt. " Metr. Rifles," D. C. Inf. De- 
tective. 805 Pa. ave. n.w. 

McDonald, Isaiah H., Pvt. A, 134 Ohio Inf. Patent at- 
torney. 

McDonald, John A., Pvt. and Sgt. C, 1 Md. Inf. Engineer. 

McDonald, P. D., Pvt. E and B, 2 P. H. B. Md. Inf. 
Laborer. 1031 Potomac n.w. 



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McDowell, Hubert V., Pvt. H, 10 Pa. Res. Inf. Pension 

Office. 
McElfresh, Geo. W., Pvt. " Metr. Rifles," D. C. Inf., and 
Sgt. D,J3 Pa Cav. Detective. 317 H n.w. 
McElroy, John, Sgt. " Mechanic's U. Rifles," D. C. Inf. 

Confectioner. 403 C n.e. 
McGinley, Mich'l, Firem., U. S. N. Jersey City, N. J. 
McGowan, John C, Pvt. H, 1 Md. Inf. Stone-cutter. 

3233 N n.w. 
Mclnerney, Morgan, Pvt. I, 6 U. S. Inf. War Dept. 
McKee, Thos. H., Pvt. and 1 Lt. B, 1 W. Va. Inf. Asst. 

Librarian, U. S. Senate. 
McKeever, Sam'l, 1 Lt., 16, and Capt. 28 Mass. Inf. and 

V. R. C: Bt. Maj., and Lt.-Col. Vols; Capt. 

2 U. S. Inf. Omaha, Neb. 
McKew, George, Corpl. E, 3 Conn. Inf.; Corpl. I, 3 Mass. 

H. Arty. ; 2 Lt. 10 Conn. Inf. P. O., Senate. 
McKie, Thos. B., Pvt. " Mechanic's U. Rifles," D. C. Inf. 

Stone-cutter. 112 D s.e. 
McKnight, David A., Pvt. A, 8 and 9 Pa. Res. Inf., and 

H, 100 Pa. Inf. Lawyer. 1416 F n.w. 
McMillan, Alex. F., Pvt. G, 1 Ohio, and 1 Lt. and Capt. 

D, 117 Ohio Iuf , and 1 U. S. C. Art. 1st Aud. 

Office. 
McMullen, James, Pvt. and Corp'l I, 118 N. Y. Inf. 

509 E n.w. 
Meade, Elnathan, Pvt. aud Corp'l C, 44 N. Y. Inf. Pen- 
sion Office. 
Metzger, Philip, Pvt. C, 10 N. Y. Inf. Pension Office. 
Middleton, John E., Pvt. "Mechanics' U. Rifles," D. C. 

Inf., and Sappers and Miners, D. C. Vols., 

and M, 1 Md. Cav. Police. 
Miller, Benj. F., Pvt. and 1 Lt. 1, 117 N. Y. Inf.; Bvt. Capt. 

Vols. Adjt. Gen. Office. 
Miller, Frank B., Pvt. A, and Qm. Sgt., 91 Pa. Inf. Adjt. 

Gen. Office. 
Miller, Harmon L., Pvt. and 1 Sgt. and Capt. I, 1 Ind. 

Cav. 712 N. C. ave. s.e. 
Mills, Wra. W., Sgt. F, 2 Battn., and 1 Lt. F, 2 D. C. Inf. 

City Post Office. 
Mitchell, Fred. W., Pvt. G, 13 N. Y. N. G. Inf., and Pvt. 

and Capt. B, McClellan Dragoons, C, 12 111. 

Cav. Pension Office. 



A. HART, 

(Post 2,) with 

LANSBURGH & BRO., 

420, 4%2, 424, 426 Seventh Street, 

WASHINGTON, D. C, 

Are Headquarters for 

Dry Goods, 

Fancy Goods, and Notions. 

They are also 

THE MOST EXTENSIVE RETAILERS 

OF 

Ladies' and Misses' Garments, 

And Carry a Complete Stock of 

Ladies' Muslin Underwear and Corsets, 

AND 

Complete Stock of Upholstery. 



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Mitchell, Louis Y., Pvt. 20 Ohio Inf., and 2 Lt. 4 and 

5 U. S. C. H. Art. 1015 K n.w. 
Monfort, Robt. H., Sgt. E, 3 Ind. Cav. Pension Office. 
Montague, Calvin S., Sgt. K, 2 Mich. Inf.; Oapt. K and 

Major, 1 Mich. Col'd; 102 U. S. Inf.; Bvt. 

Lt.-Col. Vols. Pension Office. 
Mooers, Frank H., Pvt. B, 11 Maine Inf. Machinist. 

106 10th s.e. 
Moore, Harrison W., Pvt. and Corpl. A, 1 Wis. Cav. 6th 

Aud. Office. 
Moores, Saml. S., Pvt. B, 1 Wis. Cav. Ticket Agent, 707 

5th n.w. 
Moran, Wm. H., Pvt, A, "Union Regt." D. C. Inf. Book- 
binder. 1223 E s.e. 
Morgan, Richd., Capt. E, Natl. Gds. D. C. Inf. Con- 
tractor. 204 9th s.e. 
Morgan, Wm. B. , Pvt. and Sgt. D, 149 Pa. Inf. 1330 Vt. 

ave. n.w. 
Morison, Lindsey, Pvt. C, 2 N. J. Mil. Inf. and F, 1 N. 

Y. Lincoln Cav. Watchman. 57 N s.e. 
Morris, Henry, Sgt. B, 3 Del. Inf., and Pvt. A, 9 V. R. 0. 

Adj. Gen. Office. 
Morris, Thos. H., Pvt. D, 6 Iowa Inf. Pension Office. 
Morse, Wm. F., Pvt. and Capt. I, 3 Minn. Inf.; Bvt. Maj. 

Vols. 1631 Q n.w. 
Morton, Robt. H., Pvt. H, 133 Ohio Inf. Land Office. 
Mullery, James, Pvt. I, 119 N. Y. Inf. Laborer. 1101 

Vt. ave. 
Mundell, Jared, Mus. D. C. Inf., and Pvt. A, 15 N. Y. 

Eng. Upholsterer. 649 E s.e. 
Murphv, Matthew, Pvt. and Sgt. K, 2 U. S. Dragoons. 

Adj. Gen. Office. 
Mussey, Reuben D., Corpl. " Cassius Clay Battn. , M U. S. 

Vols.: Capt. B, 1 Battn. 19 U. S. Inf ; Col. 

100 U. S. C. T.; Bvt. Col. U. S. A., and Bvt. 

Brig. Gen. Vols. Lawyer. 508 5th n.w. 
Myers, Wm. Hunter, Pvt. and 1 Sgt. K, 33, and Capt. E, 

198 Ohio Inf. Patent Atty. 1006 F n.w. 

{See ad.) 

Neale, Francis D., 3 Asst. Eng. U. S. S. Santiago de Cuba. 
Surg. Gen. Office. 



J. B. DAUGHTON, 

CENTRAL IRON WORKS 

No. 1212 D Street N. W. 

Castings and Wrought Iron Work of every 
description. 

Estimates furnished. Park Railing, Iron Stairs, Rolled Beams. 
Work for New Buildings a specialty. Personal supervision. 
Residence, No. 1242 20tli St. N.W. Orders by Mail promptly at- 
tended to. Post 2. 

CAPITAL STEAJHaUNDRY, 

512 Eighth St., opp. U. S. Post-Office, 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Goods not injured by the use of chemicals. Lace Curtains done up 

equal to new. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Bundles 

called for and returned. A reduction made to families. 

Mrs. M. A. WEAVER. 



THE NORTHWESTERN LIVERY STABLES 

Hos. 1225, 1227, and 1229 R Street, near 13th, N.W. 
WM. W. CHAMBERS, Proprietor. 

Every description of Carriages for hire at all hours. 
Post 5. 



THE FREE QUILL. 

THE ONLY STEAM-POWER OFFICE IN 
SOUTHERN MARYLAND. 

The EREE QUILL has the largest circulation and is the best adver- 
tising medium in the counties adjacent to the 
District of Columbia. 
It is alive Republican paper, issued weekly at Laurel, Prince George 
county, at $1.00 a year. 

JAMES ALBERT CLARK, Editor and Proprietor. 

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Nelson, Halvor, Pvt. and 1 Sgt. E, 13 U. S. Inf.; 1 Lt. and 

Adjt., 2 Miss. Inf. (A. D.), and Capt. I, 52 

U. S. C. T. Detroit, Mich. 
Newton, Elijah E., Pvt. H, 29 Ind. Inf. Merchant. 12 

4th s.e. 
Nicholson. Walter A., Pvt. C, 7 Battn. D. C. Inf. Police. 
Niles, Fredk. A., Pvt. H, 8, and Corpl. and 1 Lt. D, 49 

111. Inf. Pension Office. 

Oberheim, John, Pvt. B, "Turner Rifles," D. C. Inf. 
Boots and Shoes. 1333 7th n.w. (See ad.) 

O'Brien, James, Pvt. E, 2 II. S. Art. U. S. S. Arctic. 

O'Connor, Martin, Pvt. H, 2 U. S. Cav. Adj't Gen. Of- 
fice. 

O'Hara, James, Pvt. and 1 Sgt. A, 1 U. S. Cav. Q. M. 
Gen. Office. 

Oliver, John E., Pvt, E, 2 P. H. B. Md. Inf. Treasury 
Dept. 

Ordway, Albert, 1 Lt, G, Capt., Maj., Lt.-Col., and Col. 
24 Mass. Inf. ; Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols. Law- 
yer. 

Overacker, Mervin D., Pvt, and Corp'l M, 8 111. Cav. 1)28 
E n.w. 

Paine, Halbert E., 1 Lt. and Q. M. 2 Wis.; Col. 4 

Wis. Inf. ; Brig. Gen. Vols. Lawyer. 1412 

20 n.w. 
Park, Cassius M., 2 Lt. C, 8 Ky. Inf. Treasury Dept. 
Parker, John E., Pvt. and Sgt. A, 6 Vt. Inf. Pension 

Office. 
Parker, Myron M., Pvt. M, 1 Vt. Cav. Real Estate. 1418 

F n.w. (See ad.) 
Parson, Wm. E., Pvt, A, 26 Pa. Inf. Clergyman. 309 

N. J. ave. s.e. 
Partridge, Wm. H., Corp., Sgt., 2 and 1 Lt. A, 67 N. Y. 

Inf., Bv. Capt. Vols. Comsy. Gen. Office. 
Patterson, Andrew, Pvt. H, 51 N. Y. Inf., and K, 15 V. 

R. C. 439 M n.w. 
Pearson, Henry C, Pvt. and Sgt. M, and 1 Lt. H, 21 Pa. 

Cav. Treasury Department. 
Pechin, Maurice, Pvt. C, 1 Ohio H. Art. War Dept, 
Peck, Fred'k C, Pvt. F, 18 Ohio Mil. Inf. ; K, 15 and 

Sgt. K, 7 Kans. Cav. Pension Office. 



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Perhain, A. S., Pvt. and Sgt. F, 23 Me. Inf., and Pvt. 
and Sgt. Maj. 7 Maine Light Battery, and 
1 Me. L. Art. Pension Office. 

Perry, Wm. W., Pvt. and Corp'l F, 5 Md. Inf. Police. 

Pestell, John, Pvt. and 1 Lt. A, and Capt. D. 15 Mo. Inf. 
Treasury Dept. 

Peyton, Jacob M., Sgt. C, 9 111. Cav., and Capt. I, 148 111. 
Inf. Pension Office. 

Phillips, Edw'd W. B., Pvt. A, 7 Pa. Kes. Inf. Patent 
Office. 

Pike, Benj. S., Pvt. H, 32 Mass. Inf. Real Estate. 1215 
F n.w. (See ad.) 

Pitney, Albert L., Pvt A, 137 111. Inf. 1209 S n.w. 

Pitts, Samuel A., Pvt. and Corpl. B, 2 U. S. Art. Car- 
penter. 726 Md. ave. n.e. 

Pohlers, Aug., Hospl. Std. U. S. A. Land Office. 

Pratt, Win. B., 1 Lt. and Adjt., 31 Mo. Inf.: Capt. and A. 
D. C., Bt. Maj. Vols. Pension Office. 

Pridgeon, John, Pvt. A, io Md. Inf.; Ldsm. U. S. S. 
Minnesota. Govt. Printing Office. 

Purman, David G., Pvt., 2 and 1 Lt. I, 16, and Maj. and 
Lt.-Col., 41 Wis. Inf.: Col. 4 Wis. Mil. Pat- 
ent Office. 

Purman, Jackson J., Pvt. and 1 Lt, A, 140 Pa. Inf. Phy- 
sician. 1435 Chapin. 

Quackenbush, William H., Pvt. and Sgt. E, and 2 Lt. D, 77 
N. Y. Inf. Restaurant. 1048 32d n.w. 

Raby, St. G. R., Pvt. E. 37, 1 Sgt. B, 174, and 1 Lt. and 
Q. M., 162 N. Y. Inf. Adjt. Gen. Office. 

Ragan, R. A., 1 Lt. and Capt. K, 8 Tenn. Inf. Pension 
Office. 

Reardon, John F., Pvt. C, 6 N. Y. Cav. Surg. Gen. Office. 

Reed, John P., Pvt. B, 46 111. Inf. Treasury Dept. 

Reese, Wm. H., Pvt., Corpl., and Sgt. I, 97 Pa. Inf. 
Grocer. 1118 G s.e. 

Reeve, John A., Pvt. G, 2 N. Y. Cav. Senate Post Office. 

Reilly, Edwd. A., Pvt. A, 6 Battn. D. C. Inf.; Engr. U. S. 
Navy. Pension Office. 

Renaud, Edwd., Pvt. and 1 Sgt. B, 13 N. Y. Cav. Pen- 
sion Office. 



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1208 F Street N. W. and 140b Penna. Ave., 

Residence, 611 G Street S.W., 

Post 2. WASHINGTON, D. C. 

W. S. ODELL & CO., 

PENSION AND CLAIM ATTORNEYS, 

SOLICITORS OF PATENTS, 

Prosecute all claims before the Executive Departments, 
Committees of Congress, and Court of Claims. 

Atlantic Building, - - Washington, D. C. 

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Khodes, Benj. T., Pvt. B, 3 N. Y. Cav. Police. 
Richter, Fredk., Pvt. G, 1 N. Y. Lincoln Cav. Tailor 

819 En. w. (See ad.) 
Rittenhouse, Benj. F., 2 and 1 Lt. and Capt., 5 U. S. Art 
Bt. Maj. U. S. A.; Treas. U. S. Soldiers' 
Home; Capt. U. S. A. (retired.) 
Roane, Saml. B., Asst. Eng. U. S. S. Lavender. Patent 

Office. 
Bobbins, Henry A., Med. Cadet, and A. A. Surg. U. S A 

Physician. 1226 15th n.w. 
Roberts, Henry, Hosp. Std. U. S. A. Post Office. Dept 
Robinson, Edgar. Mus. E, 61 N. Y. Inf. Adjt. Gen. Office. 
Roderick, Edm'd A., Seam, and Actg. Master U. S. N. 

Navy Dept. 
Rodier, P. Louis', 2 Lt. "Henderson Gds." and 1 Lt. and 

Capt. I, 1 D. C. Inf. Govt. Pr. Office. 
Rodrick, Wm. W., Pvt. and Lt. E, 8 Md. Inf. 129 A n e 
Rogers, Geo : C, 1 Lt. and Capt. I; Maj., Lt.-Col., and 
Col., 15 111. Inf., Bvt. Brig. Gen. Vols. Law- 
yer. Mt. Pleasant, D. C. 
Roome, Albert W., Pvt. F, 71 N. Y. N. G., and Set. and 

Lt. K, 37 N. Y. Inf. 
Roome, Wm. Oscar, Pvt. F, 71 N. Y. N. G., and Capt 
K, 37 N. Y. Inf. Office D C. Commissioners. 
Rowen, James, Pvt. E and A, 2 Md. Inf. Land Office 
Ryan, John H., Pvt. H, 40 N. Y. Inf., Coms'y Sergt. 
IT. S. A. Washington Bks., D. C. 

Sanford, Charles, Pvt. D, 2 D. C. Inf. 1060 30th n.w. 
Sanner, Thos. W., Pvt. C and E, 1 Md. Cav. Buffalo, N. Y 
Saunders, Wm. H., Mus. B, 48 Ind. Inf. U. S. Capitol 
Schafhirt, A. J., Hospl. Std., 112 Pa. Inf. and U. S. A. 

Pharmacist. 1 H n.w. {See ad.) 
Schell, Wm. H., Pvt. G and Q. M. Sgt., 17 111. Inf. 

" Evening Star " office. 
Schmidt, Henry, Pvt. and Corpl. B, 8 N. Y. Cav. 820 

F n.w. 
Shane, John J., Pvt. I, 9 Pa. Res. Inf. Carpenter. 816 

9th n.w. 
Shelley, Wm., Sgt. and 2 and 1 Lt. A, 30 N. Y. Inf. 

6th Aud. Office. 
Shepard, A. M.,Pvt. C, 112 N. Y. Inf. Pension Office. 



■XPV. H. DOOIiITTLE, 

(Formerly Asst. Commissioner of Patents), 

Attorney at Law and Solicitor of Patents, 

No. 935 F Street, Washington, D. C. 



Post 2. 



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ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

PATENTS AND PENSIONS, 
13 ig F STREET^N.W., WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Post 1. Residence : 1331 V Street N. VV, 



WM. HUNTER MYERS, 

Attorney at Law and Solicitor of Patents, 

1006 F Street, - - - Washington, D. C. 

Post 2. 



NATHAN BICKFORD, 

PENSION ATTORNEY, 

Q14 I 7 Street, Washington, D. C. 



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Sheridan, Michael V., 1 Lt. 2 Mo. Inf., Gapt. A. D. C, 

and Bt. Major Vols.; Major A. A. G., Bt. 

Lt.-Colonel U. S. A. Chicago, 111. 
Shuman, Armin E., Pvt. C, 20 N. Y. Inf. Pension Office. 
Simpson, Jas. H., Pvt. G, 14, and Pvt. and 2 Lt. Co. G, 

120 Ind Inf. Pension Office. 
Slater, Luther W.. 1 Lt. A, Loudon Co. Rangers, Va. Cav., 

and 2 Lt. A, 26 Pa. Mil. Surg. Gen. Office. 
Slaybaugh, Geo. H., Pvt, K, and Hosp. Std., 101 Pa. Inf. 

Treasury Dept. 
Sliney, Wm. F., Pvt., 2 and 1 Lt. G, 1 Ohio L. Art. 

3d Aud. Office. 
Smith, Fred'k H., Pvt. G, 5 Wis. Inf., and Corp. V. R. C. 

Adjt. Gen. Office. 
Smith, Geo. H., Pvt. G, 3 U. S. Cav. Treasury Dept. 
Smith, James E., 2 Lt. Varian's Battery, 8 N. Y. N. G., 

Capt. 4 N. Y. Battery. Pension Office. 
Smith, Robert L., Pvt. B, 1, and' Pvt. and Corpl. D, 4 

Del. Inf. Rubber Stamps. 1102 Va. ave.s.w. 
Smith, S. Win., Pvt. E, 129 Ind. Inf. Teacher. Mt. 

Pleasant. 
Snell, Wm. B., Capt. B, 13 Me. Inf. Lawyer. 456 La. ay. 

{See ad.) 
Spencer. Wm. T., Pvt., Lt., aud Capt. C, 19 Conn. Inf., 

and Capt. K, 2 Conn. Art. Adjt. Gem Office. 
Spilman, Geo., Pvt. B, 1 D. C. Inf. 3008 M n.w. 
Spitzer,Gottlieb, Pvt. B, 14 Conn. Inf. Merchant. 442 

H n.w. 
Squire, Linus T, Sgt. H, and 1 Lt. aud Adjt., 11 Mich. Inf. 

6th Aud. Office. 
Starkweather, John. C, Col. 1 Wis. Inf., and Brig. Gen. 

Vols. Lawyer. 1420 N. Y. av. 
Steiner, Joseph, Mus. A, 26, and B, 99 Pa. Inf. Homeop. 

Hospital. 
Stevens, E. C, Pvt. and Corpl. E, 60 Ohio Inf. Pension 

Office. 
Stevens, N. Henry, Pvt. D, 23 Mass., Sgt. C, 10 R. I., aud 

Corpl. A, 6 Mass. Inf. Meadeville, Pa. 

Pension Examiner. 
Stewart, F. B., Pvt. and Mus. D, 3, Pvt. H, 1 Sgt., 2 and 

1 Lt., Capt, Maj , Lt.-Col., and Col., 110 

Pa. Inf. Pension Office. 



WM. H. HAYWARD, 

For several years Examiner U. S. Pension Office, 

PENSION and CLAIM ATTORNEY, 

Room 115, Atlantic Building, F Street N.W. 

(Residence : 241 Eighth Street N.E.) 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 

BRANCH OFFICE: WILMINGTON, DEL., 

In Charge of Genl. WM. S. McNAIE, Ex. Dept. Commander, Dept. Md., GL A. E. 
Post 3. 



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SOLDIERS' RECORD AGENCY. 

^^PENSION CLAIMS A SPECIALTY. 

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Post 1. 

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Adjoining Sun Building. WASHINGTON, D. C. 

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Stewart, James A., Pvt. F, 155 Pa. Iuf. Adjt.-Gen. Office. 

Stewart, Thomas, Pvt. D, Wash. L. Inf., D. C. Inf., Gun- 
ner U. S. Navy. 113 10th n.e. 

Sttimmets, David, Corpl. C, 31 N. J. Inf. Rosslyn, Va. 

Sullivan, Joseph, Sgt. E, 6 Battn. D. C. Inf. Teamster. 
120 B n.w. 

Swavze, Theo. F., Mus. F, 15 N. J. Inf. Treasury Dept. 

Swick, Hugh M., Pvt. H and C, 49 N. Y. Inf., and A and 
I, 5 U. S. V. V. U. S. Soldiers' Home, D. C. 

Talbott, H. E., Mus. G, 5 Md. Inf. Upholsterer. Whit- 
ney Ave. 

Tappan, M. A., 1 Lt. and Capt. B, 47 N. Y. N. G.; Capt. 
K, 168 N. Y. Inf. Sporting Goods, &c. 1013 
Pa. a v. n.w. (See ad.) 

Tate, Levi T., Pvt. E, 149 Pa. Inf. Railway Postal Serv. 

Tegethoff, A., Pvt. H, 48 N. Y. Inf., and Pvt. and Sergt. 
U. S. Signal Corps. Reading, Pa. Pension 
Examiner. 

Teiling, Chas. J., Pvt. and Sgt. G, 5 Me. Inf. Caterer. 
821 D s.w. 

Temple, J. J., Surg., 2 Ky. Inf. and A. A. Surg. U. S. A. 
Pension Office. 

Terrill, Jared D., Pvt. H, Mich. Cav. Treasury Dept. 

Thomas, A. A. , Pvt. A, 28, and Corpl. A, 39 Wis. Inf. 
Lawyer. Atlantic Building. (See ad. ) 

Thomas, George W. , Pvt. and Corpl. E, 2 R. I. Inf. Adjt. 
Gen. Office. 

Thomas, Zach. E., Pvt. A, 1 Iowa Cav., and 2 and 1 Lt. 
and Capt. E, 11 Mo. Cav. Decatur, Ala. 

Trainor, Joseph, Pvt. "Purnell Legion," Md. Vols. 

Trazzare, Thos. E., Pvt. and Corpl. A, 9 Md. Inf. Coach- 
builder. 522 4th s.e. 

Truell, Edwin M., Pvt. E, 12 Wis. Inf. Treasury Dept. 

Tucker, Joseph S.,Pvt. C, 6 Battn. D. C. Iuf. 3044 M n.w. 

Turnbull, Thos. R.. 1 Sgt. Engr. Co., 8 N. Y. N. G., Lt.- 
Col., 102 N. Y. N. G. Smithsonian Inst. 

Tyler, Richard W., Pvt., 2 and 1 Lt. K, 1 U. S. Sharp- 
shooters: 2 Lt. C, 14 V. R. C; Capt. U. S. 
A. (retired.) Lawyer. 1307Fn.w. (See ad,.) 

Tyler, Wm. C, Corpl. A, 27 Conn. Inf.; Hosp. Std. U. S. 
A. Treasury Dept. 



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Van Assum, Abr., Pvt. B, 51 N. Y. Inf. Woerden, Hol- 
land. 

Van Vliet, Stewart, Major Q. M. U. S. A.: Brig. Genl. and 
Bt. Maj. Genl. V T ols.; Bt. Lt. Col., Col., Brig, 
and Maj. Gen. TJ. S. A.; Brig, and Major 
Genl. U. S. A. (retired.) 

Virnstein, Frank, Mus. II. S. Marine Corps. Police. 

Wagner, Bernard, Lt. and Capt., 11 111. Cav. Surg. Gen. 

Office. 
Walker, Addison, Pvt. A, 1 Iowa Cav. St. Louis, Mo. 
Wall, Allen, Pvt. and Sgt., Signal Corps. Treasury Dept. 
Weaver. Erastus C. Pvt. and 1 Lt. K, 121 N. Y. Inf., Bvt. 

Capt. Vols. Lawyer. 512 8th n.w. {See 

ad.) 
Weaver, Sam'l B. , Pvt. K. , 45 Pa. Inf. Pension Office. 
Webb. James, Pvt. A, 15 N. Y. Engrs. Boilermaker. Ana- 

f*Ofit 1 *\ 

Webster, Wm. H., 2 Lt. I, 5 Conn. Inf., and 1 Lt. 22 
V. R. C. Civil Service Commission. 

Weidman, Geo. W., Pvt. and Sergt. K, 2 U. S. Cav. Con- 
fectioner. 303 Pa. Ave. s.e. 

Welsh, Edw'd A., Pvt. G, 2 Md. Inf. Govt. Pr. Office. 

Weston, Edmund, Capt. F, 1 U. S. Sharp-shooters. Adjt. 
Gen. Office. 

White. A. B., Pvt. E, and 1 Lt. F, 4 Pa. Cav. 1324 
Corcoran n.w. 

White, W. Warren, Pvt. and 2 Lt. E, 14 N. Y. H. Art. 
Treasury Dept. 

Whitman, Royal E., Sgt. Maj., and Lt. and Capt., 23 
Me.,andMaj.,Lt.-Col.,andCol.,30Me.Inf., 
Capt. and Bt. Maj., U.- S. A. (retired.) 

Wilbur, Jere B., Pvt. H. 2 Pa. Art. Pension Office. 

Wilder, Chas. S., Pvt. B, 16 Mass. Inf. and 13 V. R. C. 
Treasury Dept. 

Wiles, Wm., Pvt. K, *8 Pa. Res. Engineer. R St., bet. 1 
and 2 n.e. 

Wilkinson, Web. C, Pvt. C. and 1 Lt. and Adjt., 5 111. 
Cav. Chicago, 111. 

Williams, B. F., Pvt. H, 1 Pa. L. Art. Surg. Gen. Office. 

Willis, Rodolph, Pvt. A, "Union" D. C. Inf., and I, 1 
D. C. Inf. Carpenter. 919 Boundary n.w. 



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8\g E Street N. W., - Washington, D. C. 

" Help a Comrade." Post 2. 



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MERCHANT TAILOR 

802 Twelfth Street N.W., Washington, D. C. 
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND TRIMMINGS. 

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Post 2. Cut and Made to Order. 



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(Residence at place of business) , 

Undertaker and Practical Embalmer, 

No. 1707 Seventh Street N. W., 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 



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Willsey, Theo. F., Corpl. F, 134 N. Y. Inf., and I, 9th 

V. R. C. Elk Creek, Cal. 
Wilson, John, Pvt. F, and Sgt. Maj., 6 N. J. Inf. Surg. 

Gen. Office. 
Wilson, Wm., Coxw., U. S. N. Pension Office. 
Wisner, James W., Capt. D, 97 111. Inf. Treasury Dept. 
Wolf, Frank, Fireman U. S. S. Susquehanna. Treasury 

Dept. 
Womersley, Wm. H., Pvt. B, 18 Mass. Inf. and M, 1 U. S. 

Cav. Treasury Dept. 
Wood, Richard, Mus. U. S. Marine Corps. Musician. 

1203 N. J.ave. s.e. 
Worthington, Aug. S., Pvt. D, 98 Ohio Inf. Lawyer. 

500 5th n.w. 

Yount, David H., Pvt. A, 26 Pa. Mil. Inf. and Warren's 
Pa. Mtd. Mil. Surg. Gen. Office. 

Zerdahely, Charles, Pvt. and Sgt. F, 16111. Cav. 459 H n.w. 



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Real Estate and Loan Broker, 

Agent for the Omaha Loan and Trust Co., 

1418 F Street N.W.\ - - - - Washington, D. C. 
Post 2. 



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S. OPPENHEIMER & BRO., 

DEALERS IN 

NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES, 

Art Embroidery Work and Material, etc., etc. 
514 NINTH STREET N.W., - - WASHINGTON, D. C. 

B3?""In ordering machines at the store, please call for Mr. D. K. Apple. 

M. A. TAPPAN, 
SPORTING GOODS, 

1013 Pennsylvania Avenue. 

Holiday Goods of every description. Agency for the 
Remington Arms, W. L. Douglass' Shoes, and 
Chamberlin's Loaded Shot Cartridge. 
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Dyeing, Scouring, and Tailoring in all branches. 
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DEALER IN 

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HOME WATCH CLUB. 

JE WELR Y MA DE TO ORDER. Spectacles and Eye-glasses, to suit 

all ages, from 25 cents to $10.00. Repairing in all its branches. 

No. 604 Ninth St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 
DEAL WITH A COMRADE. 

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R. A. D ITT RICH, 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

MILITARY AND GRAND ARMY HATS, CAPS, AND HELMETS, 

AND 

ALL MILITARY EQUIPMENTS, FURS, and STRAW GOODS. 

724 Seventh St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 
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Adams, Crawfokd C. 
Anderson, Christian 
Arbuckle, Frederick 
Baker, Albert B. 
Barker, Wm, 
Bigelow, John R. 
Blunt, Jas. G. . 
Burnham, Joseph 
Burritt, Ira N. 
Carson, Christopher 
Casey, Martin V. 
Evans, Thos. H. 
Faehtz, E. F. M. 
Finlan, Thos. J. 
Finney, Thos. W. 
Fletcher, Croton 
Flynn, Michael 
Ford, Ellery C. 
Foss, E. J. . . 
Frost, Charles H. 
Gorman, John E. 
Hines, Geo. W. 
Hoffman, Ed. G. 
Jackson, Hiram \V. 
Johnston, Wm. W. 
Jones, George . 
Lehnert, John . 
Lithgow, Geo. .W 
Luby, Timothy . 
Lusby, Cleophas B. 
Mahan, John W. 
Malone, John . 
McCauley, Jas. M. 
McNeall, Harry M. 



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Middleton, Richard 

MlDDLETON, WM. 

Miller, J. Frank . 
Monroe, John W. . 
North, Willoughby 
P arisen, Wm. B. 
Peck, George . 
Pfaff, Fred'k . 
Redman, W. St C. . 
Red way, Hamilton K. 
Ripple, John L. 
Robinson, John 
Room, Wm. L. . 
Roosa, John L. . 
Sanford, Lineus 
Shaffer, August 
Simpson, Benj. L. . 
Stickney, J. B. 
Stuart, F. D. . 
Sweeney, Patrick . 
Tall, Joseph H. 
Thompson, John 
Verneuil, Francis 
Von Tagen, Eugene 
Weidman, John 
Williams, Chas. 
Williams, John 
Wolfe, Wm. 
Yunco, Enrique 



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