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( C- STEWART, BusiNESi Manager and Publisher
Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recoanition according to Merit.
W. C. CHASE, Editor ad ProruDiTaa .
BOSTON SHOE HOUSE
enioved to 924 7th Street, N. W.
UAv& Fine Kid Button Boots, every pair -warranted
LndieboatStriiiffht Goat Button Boots, every pair Warranted.'.'. oS
OcntlPinpn'B Fine Frenoh Calf Boots reduced to.... miw"; 5(5 I
InoW Kid and Pebble Goat Button Boots, .. 3.00 and 8.iJ0
t, l.pS Hand-Sewed Button BonRi ' from S1.00 up ,
iMir rominon Sense Kid Boots 7.V..
Gentlemen's Fine French Calf Boots and'shops
BOSTON SHOE HOUSE,
924 Seventh Street, Northwest.
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Hnvinc rcf-nlvcd not to carry nnv Roodf, over, w -lmll inn.njjurnto
TWO CLOSING-OUTSALES EVERY YEAR,
OBTE IN -JANUARY AND ONE IN JTTLY.
Wv therefore offer Our Extensive Stock
Sa Ie to comraonce with the beginning
sior'u i disposed of, at prices that will surely
"! jl"ase call at
KING'S PALACE, 814
Whe Largest Millinery
HatS, Bonnets Ribhnns FinworQ Plumps Tine Pliichoe Uohmtc !,iml,n,m?tl!,r
nma, uumietb, muoons, riOWCrS, flumes, UpS, riUSlieS, Velvets, making settings, lias decided to make a specialty of this new and great im-
Snti,... gnu Loops. Kid Gloves. CnrKo.H. Fiel.u,, Scnrfs, Handkerchief. Ladies' fn-nS' f i r i
. . . , ... iiaing a member ot our establishment now in Paris, we can assure our
underwear, jciry. An Lie.u AMomncnt oi children patrons that we will be the first to give them all that is new and fashionable in
IS" KIN" '3? XX .A.7Sr:i it- s-jtos.
Great Annual Bale of Ladies'
tt. u M begin our annual palp of Ladies' underwear v;ith 200 dozen thor
fl'tfm made and trimmed CHEMISE AND DRAWERS at 25ccnts each.
E.n garment offered will be of our own manufacture, thoroughly finished
in m tv pirticular, an I the wearing quality of the muslin we guarantee to be
wMlnril to one-half greater than that of any cotton made.
MMriAX jPRiIGES OX ALL GARMENTS DURING THIS SALE.
A SOUVENIR TO EACH PURCHASER.
DOUGLASS', Ninth and F Streets.
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO.
937 Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Tenth Street
PIANOS lA-lSTD OHQ-AlSrS
For Sale at Reasonable Prices, on Easy Terms
(Taning, Repairing and Moving promptly attended to. Cornet?, Yiolids, Flutes
Guitars, and everything in the music line for
CASH Oi ON rrcSTAL.lMCElN'TS-
JOHLISr E1. EL3L.IS & CO.,
937 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
SBURCH & BRO.
4209 422 and 424 Seventh Street.
Otis's FinestElevator in Building-.
UV. l,nii .... i :i i. :B ,-r, -RT.AWF.TS. COMFORTERS. SHEETTNGS
cJ.p of Blankets at $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3 np to $15 per pair. These we guarantee to be
lown- tlum any house in the city'can seU them without a loss. 0 Bales moro of thore !
thw.ki tndad Comforters at S1.40, retauea
r wirin MMfhori soninfrnf.syicpntsriervard. The best value ever offered, jm
c cannot be repealed. --
'JI'JRKJPIlJRE FOR COILiX. weather
AH Mies are invited tomato tis a visit of inspection and compare our Coate, Dolmans,
sHr.Mi.s. . Torero n, h Wo nf onv niW hnnse. All axe Tailor Made rnl lmporteo
fl"". hj us. We are prepafed"to show 6,000 Garments of all sizes and qualities. A iim
"loction of Fur-trimmed Silk and Satin
CmcULAJElS AND DOlLMAlSrS,
( hiMi and and Quilted Linings, etc A few HANDSOME WRAPS for large people. JS
Jhwrnl nsbortment of Misses' and Children's WRAPS in Qxlk, Plush and Cloth, all size.,,
lrorn 2 to 16 years. We have an immense variety of
QrvfBBi-fcr-r, s-ij r rKFr-rt cn AI1P ADQ Jt, V fl I IWI A !2 f?
all the new and desirable shapes, both in Trimmed and Dntrimmed. Don't fail to s J
r ijook of Seal-Skin Sackques and Dolmans. We guarantee every Seal Garment toil.
fondon-dyed Alaska Seal and mad expressly for m. All kinds of Fur Co Jars and Mua.
ofI?aliionalilc (Jootls coniltinR of
of the New Year, to continue nntil the entire
make the poods sell. For quotatations of
Seventh Street, ET. W.
in the United' States.
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e call the- attention of every one to the fact that we have one of the
finest and largest stocks of first-class SIIOES in the citv. Then we have a
line of Medium Goods unsurpassed for service and style." We sell the best S3
Button Boot made. We sell the best Men's 4 and $5 made. Then our Boys'
anil Misses School Shoes are second to none. Infants' and Children's Shoe's a
fPpfg;!- le cordially invite all to give us a trial. Black Satin and White
Ivid Slippers for receptions.
H. C. WINDSOR, 1423
CLINEBINST, The Celebrated
iiavmgiuiiy tested the merits of the
Our productions for some time have been made by this New Parte Process,
and has given such universal satisfaction that we have decided for the purpose
of introducing it at once to furnish (for a limited time) our artistic and ex
CABINET AT $3.00 PER J)OZ. AUhouyh we furnish our line Cabinets at
snot, extremely LOW PRICES, we will clecote the same careful
intention as ice
us :)iimlf fiviilniw'o itii on (;,;.. - ....,
Our .studio is the most complete and extensive establishment in the city,
W1r,!i ,-, operators and the best artistic talent employed in every department.
I he liberal patronage bestowed unon this house sin nnr removal hf-re 5iffrmi
r-vwUv..nuouinuui!, ciiuuiuugumuni, ro stin continue in our en
deavors to merit the approval of an appreciative public.
CLIXEDIN.sT'S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO,
. . 477- Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C.
TiA?iUg l.h4. advantages resulting to the public by our adopting the Paris Process are :
mat the sittings will be a ple.-isure instead of an ordeal; there will bo no tedious waiting.no
ui,iuCu,ciut ouurrrom jiiner, uoHoaeou, or Chemicals; nervous people rees TO'sectlfel'iT
a Photograph, are, with this process, jissured of satisfactory resulli'. The busy merchant 1
anu parlies in oluce avIio cannot spare tnne,only early m the morning or late in the afternoon
can now come and have sittings made at a time when it could not be secured by the old
method. The lightning rapidity with which the exposures have to be made secures per
fectly natural expressions. Babies can be brought to the Studio without any fear of a
failure in getting perfect pictures. Cloudy weather as good as clear. Children's pictures
are now secured with absolute certainty. Cull and see the beiutiful display of work.
BElTATEElSr ZE3I &
REMEMBER WE HAVE ON
Ladies9 Hats, Bonnets,
And. all the latest styles in the Millinery lino. A special nssortinent of Lace Goods, Caff
Collars. Ties, Handkerchiefs.
A FULL LINE OF FEATHERS, FLOWERS, VELVET. PLUSH, RIBBONS, LACES,
HAIR WORK, &C, &C. ALSO FEATHERS DYED AND CLEANED.
807 FOURTEENTH STREET, 1ST. "W.
Have You Seen Our
Owinj: to ihe change in a larco firm we have secured EIGHT HUNDRED FUR BEAVER
OVERCOATS which we aro going to sell at 5. It is less than the cost of the goods, but
they must be sold this month.
FOR A GOOD WARM.
Just think of it, only 8" for a cood winter
ments with a complete stock of
FINEST AND NICEST CLOTHING FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN
.., ,.,,. r Th Vioct in mini it v. finish and fit. and ono price. Lower than yon pay in
I many houfor common goods. We have choice styles in Overcoats and Suits, many
i stvles entirely new and not to be found elsewhere. They aro equal to custom work at
! much less cot. We have them at 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. 20, 22. 25, 26, 28, . ffi. The finest satin
1 and silk lined overcoats you ever saw. Ready made suits 510, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20. Men s
l Pants S1.2,'), 1.50. 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50, and up. We aro selling genuine bargains, as we
j have an immense stock of goods that we are anxious for you to wear, as a trial of our
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Overcoats ever offered for such a small sum.
,,1c tttIII eopnro imnr nnctnm. fi (lO not loniet 111C UOJb UIIU Ulliimou, iliiu iiuvo till cic-
CALL AND SEE OUR GOODS, AT
723 Seventh Street, Northwest,
0Q0 j f Gjngh.inis in short lenghts, from 3 to 10 yards, 8 cents, former
rf'. YoLpnt.OO ?ards of Cloaking short lengths, from U to 3 yards, $1.50,
i -- --' -rt -a .m ;u.,, c n. fnrmnr nri 10 onnts- 1
1 iornier price vz.ov; o ijxcc in w'bu," " i -; -.,
' case lOi White Sheeting, best tua'ity made, 84 cents; former price 40 cents; J
' case of assorted Cottons and Cambrics, short lengths, 9 cents, usual price 12
Blankets and Bed Oomforts
To be sold at a large reduction from usual prices.
BARGAINS IX EVERY KIND OF DRY GOODS.
GEO. J. JOHNSON,
713 .Mirist Space,
C. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1883.
Few York Avenue.
latest Paris Instantaneous Process
nave aone before.
i. .i?n a-
HAND ALL KINDS OF
bE K VICE AELE UVEItUUAT, 1JN
We are ready in all onr depart-
It r-... CO m -r.r- 1 in,
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CLIPPINGS FOR TIIE CURIOUS.
A good miscroscopo may be made by
boring a small hole in a piece of 'tin
.and filling it with one clear drop of the
balsam of the common fir. It will
magnify seventy-five diameters.
At every station on the Russian rail
roads is a grievance book, in which the
traveler may inscribe his wrongs in
any language he likes, and which is
periodically read by the authorities.
It is computed that there are 34,
000 newspapers printed in the world at
present. Of this number one-half are
printed in the English language. The
German comes next and the French
An unfortunate "puss in boots,'
trained to walk up and down before
her master's shop with a placard on
her breast puffing the wares for sale
within, is the latest advertising attrac-
tion in London.
In Buckingham county, Ya., are
about forty little concerns, each em
ploying three men, which distill oil
from sassafras root. Each mill turns
out about a gallon and a half of oil
each day, worth 6.75.
The electric light is reported to
have been tried in France as a lure
for sea fish. The brilliant glare of a
submerged lamp is found to attract
great numbers of fishes, which may be
readily captured in nets.
Simon Iieichard, his wife, two sons
and two daughters, of Mauch Chunk,
weigh together 1,522 pounds, and
claim to be the heaviest family of six
in Pennsylvania. Their several sep
arate weights are represented to be
245, 235, 220, 222, 200 and 400 pounds.
A shingle-packing contest for a 200
prize was lately decided at Saginaw
Mich. Jack Lyons gained the victory
after ten hours of steady and rapid
work, with a score of 59,250. He was
closely followed by Robert Scott, who
packed 59,100 shingles.
"While the foundation or pillars for
the railroad bridge across the Flint
river, at Montezuma, Ga.,
constructed, one of the
innn 4..3 . .i. : e i.
IUC, rtiiu. oiiwiA Jiiciiiu lire ciuuub ui .iij I
toad air-tight by means of mortar.
After sixteen years, when it became
necessary to repair the pillar, th1
workman who placed the toad in it re
membered the circumstance, and, upon
examination, found the toad still alive.
The Moon and the Earth.
A reader who signs bimself
of the Boys" asks what he evidently
thinks are some funny questions about
a statement that appeared in the Com
panion to the effect that the earth lost
considerable territory when it parted
with the moon. As an answer to some
of his questions we will give the
theory of the formation of worlds that
is at present accepted by astronomers,
for the benefit of interested readers.
Millions of years ago a vast mass of
fiery nebulous matter is supposed to
have filled and extended far beyond
the space now occupied by the sun and
his family of worlds.
As ages rolled on changes took place
in this vaporous mass. The inner
and larger portion condensed and took
form as the central sun, and the outer
portion contracted into concentric
rings, which in process of time be
came planets and satellites ; sun
planets and moons being indissolubly
bound together and forming our solar
No astronomer has yet found out
the way by which this result was
brought about, or why the earth should
have but one moon, while Saturn re
joices in eight moons beside his won
This, in a few Drief words, is the
foundation of what is known as the
nebular hypothesis or the theory that
ages ago our system was a mass of fiery
vapor, that in cooling has condensed
into globular masses or worlds, that we
call sun, planets and their moons
Most of these worlds are still cooling
off to the stage which .ill matter must
reach, the general law being the larger
the body the longer it will take to cool.
Thus the moon, being smaller than
the earth, has cooled off nntil it is a
dead world unfit to sustain life. The
earth, millions of years hence, unless
interferences that are contingent occur,
will be in the same condition. Even
the sun himself will ages hence lose
his light and heat.
One of the Boys" will see that im
mense periods have elapsed since the
moon in the cooling process "sloughed
off' from the earth, and that his ques
tions are connected with one of the
most- difficult problems of astronomy.
If "all of the boys" will study this
grand and ennobling science they will
find material for unending interest and
entertainment in the fsiscinating and
marvelous truths it reveals. xoutn's
News and Notes for Women.
Andrews, Ind., has a brass band
composed of fourteen young ladies.
About two hundred and fifty female
clerks are now-employed -in the central
postoffice at London.
A silk journal recommends strained
hot coffee for cleaning black silk. The
?nir Qhrmifi o cnrmrroi ir.;t k ff
silk should be sponged with the coffee
on the right side and pressed on the
The gold spoons which President
Tan Buren purchased are still at the
White House and there is some silver- j
At a recent wedding reception in
Xew York the space between the f old-
inff-doors in t.lio drn.winor-rnQm? wiw
rit i i. . , x-.
filled m by a curtain composed entirely
Of smilax dotted With roses.
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Air? Snrnh T TTolo nrlif ro-rf fiion'o
.u. unm Vm iAim,, iiuiuui ui v v.v o
Zarhfs -Rnnh who fliod rprnnflv nonr.
ly ninety years old, was the author of
"Mary Had a Little Lamb." It wa3
written forty-six years ago, and first
published in Boston in 1840. Mrs
Hale resided in Boston at that time.
In Baltimore a man was convicted
of beating his wife, and the convict
was terribly surprised when the judge,
instead of fining him a few dollars and
letting him go, announced that under
the new law adopted in Maryland his
punishment would be thirty lashed on
the bare back.
Miss Lena Kirke, of Batavia, K. Y.,
has served some eight years in a den
tist's office, where she has become
qualified, and now has a permit to
practice dentistry in any part of the
State. Miss Kirke, however, prefers a
salary where she is to the responsi
bility of an office of her own.
Jet remains in high favor.
Yellow remains in fashion.
Reppeds woolen will be much worn.
Peacocks' feathers are again in
Butterfly ornaments are very fash-
v . .
Mousquetaire gloves are as popular
Blue in all shades bids fair to be
Looped black draperies are no longer
in high favor.
Terra cotta and brick red are com
bined in millinery.
Pinked ruches, called chicorees, ara
coming in vogue.
Uneniiie nglirea gOOUS appear among
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late fall importations.
Jackets almost covered with soutache
embroidery will be worn.
Beads will be used again for em
broideries of evening dresses.
The small capote and the large poke
will be the leading bonnets.
Tapering crowns are not so fashiona
ble as large square and flat ones.
Striped plush is blocked into shape
as a lining for the wide brims of felt
iv.agonal rows of narrow bias ruffles
are the new trimming for the foot of
Sicilienne and Irish poplin are com
ing into fashion along with other
Leather lace with leaves of leather
on twine ficelle lace is a novelty for
The new braid embroidery differs
from that so familiar to every lady by
having the narrow braid set np on one
edge in what is oalled " knife-blade"
fashion to make the figures appear in
relief on the fabric. Amazon cloth is
the most suitable material for braid
ing; cashmere is not firm enough, and
this work upon it has a drawn look
that is not admired.
A Singular Blonder,
It is customary in newspaper offices
says an exchange, when various tele
rrrnnhip. or other news cornea in. to
-x . i.- r i.. -i.
write directions for the compositors as
fr flia rKaTinc-ifinn rk a, matla nf if I
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i or msiance, a uispatcn irom iiie seat
of war late at night, will be written
'Add War in Egypt," meaning that
this is to be included with the previous
dispatches on that subject. The com-
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convenience of the foreman in " mak-
ing up," who, before putting the item
into the "form," detaches the direc-
tion. But sometimes he misses it, as -
he did in the New York Tribune office
the other night, which next morning
announced a vacancy in CJongress in
the following fashion : " Neither of
them was in the least hurt, but Oram
died of heart disease after some little
sparring had been done. Add Con
gressional Nomination." It was a
singular blunder for such a newspaper
as the New York Tribune to make.
DR. J. W. STEVENSON
ill DeliYcr Ms Great Lecture ol Facts and Fuji
UBJECT THE EFFECT OF FEAR AND
STEVENSON proposes to giv a Star
Course of Lectures m Ed3 own Church this
vrinteT) aad mj of f0nomS
r lectures for the benefit of the above.
1. ThMaioB3 of courtship ;ttlia'most important part'
3. Why rawriaga a lottery.
3. Superficial courtship.
4. Maniacs rawite trao chaxactew
5. Tro object of courtship.
5. Proper $9 to select companion.
7. Proper sga to marry.
8. "What is a companion ?
P. Courtship should reveal the true character.
10. We ohould marry for too future as well as for the
11. Cod marries the truly married ; He joins the spirit
partners ; He sanctions the union of those who
are fitted for each other.
His celebrated Locturo on Courtship and
Marriace. 2nd Good and Bad Luck on the
Secrets of Success, or the art of making
Money. Also lus very highly intellectual and
classical lecture on the x ormation of Char-
acter. The Conditions: One half of the
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j'luuc-cua. auoins o. t uj.oj ujiiuuiii
novlS-lm V&, lath street, a. W.
Quiniiip & Co.
820, 822 and 824 Seventh St., N.
HATE JUST BECEIVED AND AUS WW DISPUUT-
EfO THE LABGE3T AND MOST
COMPLETE STOCK OF
PALL AMD WINTER DRY 600DS.
OUR LINEN DEPARTMENT.
Ladle's silkand Plush Wraps
at Popular Prices.
FRANK H. FALL,.
601, D street, N. W., Washington, D. O.
Practices in all the Courts and'all the De
G. F. TIMMS & CO.,
Corner 7th and D St.
A HiCH STANDARD
Men and. Boys.
Has removed to 100, J$ n.. .:. A .
NearJwenDBylvania a venue, I)r
Bed Hvn bss the oulv f.emiuu
Wonflnrfiil Horba, Indian Jlno
Itemeav, best inpcfccino km vi
for i&e Blood, Liv. r, K due f
and all Stomach t rr.i.irn "J
gnarmtee to rclio-e CfcLOXTil
or BCHC KILEUMA'llbM Jj,
from ao to 40 minutes. A ponna
nenT euro front '1 to 4 weeia. llx.
ASTHMA, or liilbTIC. I Teliev,
tha sufferer Ui -u in nuks, and
eat in xrom two v fonr Tv(ri-. f rst stago o
Consamptioa or Bronchial affection. I re
ileve iho safferec in 25 n.ii.i;tf a permanent
cure In, two o? tmco weeks , t 1 rak any Fpvpi
tn 21 minute. Foveranrt Aguo in ono day. L
DntforconnterMT,. Ibavono peddlera: tbf!i i
tramps p inc irom door to floor selling a nictlicw
put np with Jabe.the uamn form as mine it ih -,
base countreit. Thoy aiso represent theuife'vpc to
v v,vw bu uw wjj IV II UU UiiY
qo couneciea wuu me. inov ten ou any iae 5orr
in order to soil their -vorthl-ss medicir p. I bi e i.
connection with any one. Come to niv hearifiimr
cere ana got tno Kunulne iced Sn Medicine; don't
t bo deceived. I make a spcrtult of fenialo trouble.
and all private dis'aef. I want the j b ic not to
ue my iiroieHBionai irauo mncn nntno Jtod ' n ,I r
iura "i uuvne83 or injnr. aiwui jiroeecuti
r protpction of the U. S pa ent mxr.
1'oursVer fWrpcMuil ,
!' ' Yv,'SDroiDncT(r,
P' iii.it, lvuuia A Tonne.
I TAKE pleasure in announcinf? to my friendh
and former pa'rond that I have removo'
ray Dental Office from corner of 7th and
8trei ts to moro convt nient quarters at
1209 Pennsylvania Ave.,
where I maybefonnl daily (except 8unliy))
from 9 a. m. to 5.3) p. m.
To anch as do not already know me I will
only ear. that having prifcd DENTISI'UYi
for OVER THIRTY YEARS, I can pronrn
first t lafs work; making the insertion or ARTI
FICIAL TEETH a specialty, lean iusiiro .
good fitting set of teeth in every cade, whiJk
my chargOH will bo moderate.
In thanking my friends for their Iibt-ra! pv
tronago np to date, I hnpo that the s.tmo will
be continued in tho future, promising. .."
heretofore, to do ray beat to .please all wtv
may favor me witn a call.
DR. JULIUS DIENELT, Dntiit;
SEVENTH AND BOONDAHY STBEETS
BOARDING AND LODGING. LUNCH ALWAYS
READY. CHOICE WINES. LIQUORS, CI
GARS AND TOBACCO. MLNERAL
Watxhb or Axr. KnfDfJ.
"V. "H- HaiTover,
STOVES. RANtES AND FURNACES,
An. dealer in Table CuHIer. Tinware, IIubh
mihinK Siti etc. 313 scnth S.re.i,
Vnrtlmrofwf TtPKT Pnn3Vlv-ntV AVftnttft.
121-fm WsahinRlnn, D.C
TT7-ASHINGTON CARD COMPANY.
' CLEMENT R. VENABLE, Manager.
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