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j . 0. STEWAKT, Businxss Manager and TuDLLsnEB.
Home Rufe, Industry, Justice. Equality and Recognition according to Merit.
W. C. CHASE, Editor and Peoebieto;,
-WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1883.
LADIES' GOATS, DOLIANS AND GIRGOLARS.
nnll lot still on hand that musrt ami willlH' eloped out rcjanUrss of cost to make room
j:j:i('I)K SILK VELVETS AND PLUSHES in black mid all the desirable shades.
,., l I'.LAC.K AND COLORED VELVETS. BLACK AND COLORED SILKS,
s I INS. HHADAMAS. all at srreatty re luced prices.
HI ('K AND COLORED CASHMERES from m cents up. All the EVENING SHADES
i,i Silks Satins, Cashmores, Albatross, and Nuns Veiling, fcc
lln.t l'nrnishinc Goods in great variety- and very cheap.
lit of bordered Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, pure linen, slightly soiled, at half -r
-. Don't fail to look at them.
J. A. "LUTTRELL & CO..
Ituviri; resolved not to carry n senfls over, vie slsrdl iuaitffurntc
TWO CLOSIXG-OUTSALES EVERY YEAR
ONE IN JAHTJABY AND OHE IN JULY.
Wr thv-rorm-c odor Our Txtciislvc fe'lcck cf Fashionable CSoc-l. consithie of
Hat--, Bonnets. Ribbons, Flowers, Plumes, Tips, Plushes, Velvets,
Wtulu-, SFIIu. Ijjiccs, Mid Glover. Corsets I'icun, Scarf, rfn.mUiercLicr:', L.vil!rs
ini!oiMvcai-,,lewe!ry. An I'teyuit Aornii'iit of Cliililrcn's
and Latlifs CitK'.k.
-"ale to coraraonci' with the beginning of the New Tear, to continue until the entire
- ,.. i disponed of, at prices that will surely make the goods sell. Fcr quotatations of
, ... . plo-Te call at
KING'S PARAGE, 814 Seventh Street, N. W.
The Largest Millinerv iSiore in the United States.
jVJ.jN TI-I VPfJ" F. STS.
Great Annual Sale of Ladies'
ON MONDAY, JANUARY 8.
AW will lip'rin our annual sale of Ladies" Underwear with 200 dozen thor-
i."!ilv made'and trimmed CHEMISE ANP PIIAWKK.S at 25,cents each.
l('iv r;irmcnt offered will be of our own manufacture, thoroughly finished
1 1 -rv p i'-ticuhu :ii I the wearing (,uality of the muslin avc guarantee to be.
". hird tnoncnhalf greater than that of any cotton made.
M'rVHAff, MOBS OS ALL GARMENTS DUJUNG TILLS SALE
A SOUVEXfK To EACH JTHdlASEK.
DOUGLASS', Ninth and F Streets.
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO.
937 Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Tenth Street.
PIANOS AISTD OUGAjSTS
For Safe at Reasonable Prices, on Easy Terms
Tuuiug, Repairing ami Moving promptly attended to. Cornet?, Violias, F,utes
Guitars, and everything in tho music line for
CASH OK 02S" INSTALMENTS.
J-OHlSr F. ELLIS & CO.,
937 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
LANSBURCH & BRO.
420, 422 and 424 Seventh Street.
Otis's Einest Elevator in Jenneting-.
'Wf ,l,ull open this special bargains in BLANKETS, COjTORTERS, SHEB1TCGS.
J8 cases of Blnnkeis at $1 50, $2, $2.50, $3 up to 15 per pair. Tlie wo gnaran lee to be
or than any house in the city can soU them without a loss. c0 Bales more of those
1'JoiKlid Standard Comforters at $1.40, retailed everywhere at $2.00 o Cases full len
aitw wide bleached Sheeting at 25 cents per yard. The best value ever offered, lln
iv cannot bo repeated. ,,-.-. -w
IK,Si:iIiE FOB COLD WEATHER.
All ladies are invited to mate us a visit of inspection a?d compare our Coats, Doknans.
Sacpies, Jerseys, etc, vdih those of any other house. All are Tailor Made rni -Imported
direct by us. We are prepared to showOOO Garments of all sizes and dualities. A fine-
' !X)m 2 to 10 years. We have an immense variety of
SQUIRREL-LINED CIRCULARS & DOLMANS
nil the new and desirable shapes, both in Trimmed and TJntrimmed. DonH fail to scq
ur took of Seal-Skin Sackques and Dolmans. We gn&rantee every Seal Garment to i)e
London-aycd Alaska Seal and made expressly for vs. All ktnds of Fur Collars and Mnfls.
We call the attention of every one to the fa"t that we have one of the
finest and largest stocks of lirst-elass SHOES in the cilv. Then wo have a
lino of Medium Goods unsurpassed for service and style, Wo sell the best 3
Button Boot made. - We sell the bust Men's $1 and 5- made. Then our Boys'
and Misses School Shoes are second to none. Infants' and Children's Shoes a.
specialty. We cordially invite all to give us a trial. nu?k Satin and "White
Kid Slippers for receptions.
H. C WINDSOR, 1423
Annoiincesnent Extraordixiaiy !
CLINED1NST, Tho Cc'ebrated Baltimore Photographer
Having fully tested the merits of the latest Pan's Instantaneous Process,
and finding it far exceeding in eleganre of results any of the old methods of
making sittings, has decided to inake a specialty of "this- new and great im
provement in photography.
Having a member of our establishment now in Paris, we can assure our
I patrons that we will be the first to irive
Our productions for some time have boon mado by this Xeic Pari Process;
and has given such universal satisfaction that we have decided for thepurpts
of introducing it at once to furnish (for a limited lime) our artistic and ex
CABINETS AT $3.00 PER DQZ. AHhouyli w: famish our fine Cabinets at
surJi &rt mm'?! LOW PPfCEs. rrc will devote the same cartful
attention as we have done lifort.
Our .Studio is the most complete and extrusive establishment in the city,
with skilled operators and the best artistic talent cmpl'iyod in every department.
The liberal patronage bestowed upjn this house since our removal here affords
us ample evidence and sufficient encouragement to still continue in our en
deavors to merit the approval of an appreciative public.
CLlXIDDlXsT'.-f PKOTOGliAFniC STL'DIO,
477 Pennsylvania Avenue, "Washington, I). C.
Among the advantages resulting to the public by our adopting tho Paris Process are:
That the sittings will be a pleasure instead of an ordeal: there will be no tedious vaiting,no
unpleasant odor from Ether, Collodeon, or Chemicals: nervous people can sit without feel
ing annoyed; those who have weak eyes, light eye or in any way difficult eyes to secure in
a Photograph, are. with tin pro-rss. jisur.'l nf ntisfurtorv itullp. Tho busy merchant
and parties in office who cannot spare time.only early in the morning or late in the afternoon
can now come and have sittings made at a time when it could not be secured by tho old
method. Tho lightning rapidity with which the exposures have to bo made secures per
fectly natural expressions. Pabiescan 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 ccrWinty. Call and :oo the beautiful display of work.
SET"WEEIr HI. &5 I.
REMEMBER WE HAVE ON HAND ALL KINDS OF
Ladies9 Hats, Bonnets,
And all the latest styles in tho Millinery line. A special sv'orlmont of Lnco G ::!. Cufs
Collars. Ties, Handkerchiefs.
A FULL LINE OF FEATHERS, FLOWERS, VELVET, FLUSH. RIBBONS. LACES
HAIR WORK, &C, AC. ALSO FEATHERS DYED AND CLEANED.
807 FOURTEENTH STREET, T. "W.
Have You Seen Our S5 Overcoats ?
Owint: to the change in a larqe firm we have secured EIGHT HUNDRED FUR BEAVER
OVERCOATS which we are going to sell at 5. It is less than the cost of tho goods, but
they must be sold this month.
OXLY $5 FOR A GOOD WARM, SERVICEABLE OVERCOAT, IX
BLUE, BROWN AXD BLACK.
Just think of it, only So for a good winter overcoat. We are ready in all our depart-
) ments with a complete stock of
! ' FINEST AND NICEST CLOTHING
i you ever saw. Tho best in quality, finish and fit, and one price. Lower than you pay in i
' many houses for common goods. We have choice styles in Overcoats and Suits, many '
I styles entirely new and not to be found elsewhere. They are equal to custom work at
I much less cost. We have them at $10, 12, 11, 1G. IS, 20, 22, 2.1, 2(, 28, 32. Tho finest satin '
and silk lined overcoats you ever saw. Ready made suits 10, 12, 14. 1(, 18 and 20. Men's
Pants -S1.25, 1.50. 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50, and up. We are selling genuine bargains, as we
have an immense stock of goods that we are anxious for you to wear, as a trial of our
goods will secure jour custom. We do not forget the boys and children, and have an ele- ;
gant stoe'e of Suits and Overcoats expressly for them from 2.f.O up to tho iinest and i
nicest styles. But bear m mind our special bargain, lillii o.uu O VEKCOAT, for general
wear arid hard service, for cold, for rain, for snow, for warmth, for wear. Beats all the
Overcoats ever offered for such a small sum.
GALL AND SEE OUR GOODS. AT "
7.23 Seventh Street, Northwest.
Bargains ! Bargains ! !
3,000 yards of Ginghams in short Ienghts, from 3 to 10 yards, 8 cents, former
J price 12 cents; 300 yards of Cloaking, short lengths, from Ik to 3 yards, $1.50,
j former pnee $2.50; 30 pieces apron Gingham 8 cents; former price 10 cents; 1
I case 10i White .Sheeting, best quality made, 34 cents: former price 40 cents; 1
1 case of assorted Cottons and Cambrics, short lengths, 9 rente, usual price- 12
; To he sold at a large reduction from usual prices.
I B A R G A T X S IX EYE R Y K'l N D OF I) K Y
Few York Avenue.
them all that is new and fashionable in
FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN
STOCK OF fc
STORMING CII.IPULTEPEC. I
A Thrilling Starr ef the Ulrxicnn War Cnp
f nin Wayne Uchl'a Account of How lie
Leu theStoriiiers Who Took.tlie t-astlc.
Tho famous novelist, Captain Mayne
Reid, a native of Ireland, now resident
in England, has been compelled to cor
rect "certain misrepresentations in
dulged in by ambitious correspondents,
relative to the part he took in the Mcxi
can war, especially at the storming of
Chapultepec castle, which commanded
the capital, on the morning of Septem
ber l'j, 1S47. In a letter to a news
paper recently- published the gallant
soldier gives the following straight
forward and stirring account of the
famous and decisive assault:
On the day when Chapultepec was
stormed (September 13, 1S17) E was
in UOlUIllilllll Uf ttiC? arwiwlt- uininn..
of the Second lS'ew York volunteers
my own and a detachment of United
States marines a?ting with us as light
infantry; my orders being to stay by
and guard a battery avc built on the
smifliorn csiilo nF tho psmtlft dliritlT thfi
night of the 11th, and which did good
work on the 12th. It was about 1,000
vards from and directly in front of the
castle'B main gate, through -which our
shots went crashing all that day. The
final assault had been fixed for the morn-
inn- nf Hip IS Hi n stnrmimrrKirtvof 500
men, of "forlorn hope," as'it was called, '
having volunteered for this dangerous
duty. They were not exclusively regu
lars", as the letter-writer asserts, but of
all arms of the service, a captain of
regular infantry having clmrg'o of
them, with a lieutenant of Pennsylva
nia volunteers' as his second in com
mand. At an early hour the three
divisions of our army (Worth's, Pil
low's and Quitman's) closed in upon
Chapultepec, our skirmishers driving
the enemy's outposts before them,
some of these retreating up the hill end
into the castle, others passing around j
it and on toward the city. It was now
expected that our storming party
would do the work assigned to it, and
for which it had volunteered. Stand
ing by our battery, at this time neces
sarily silent, with the artillery nnd en
gineer officers who had charge of it
Lieutenants Huger and Hague r ws
three watched the advance of I no at
tacking line, the puffs of sneke
from musketry and rifles indicating
the exact point to which it had reached.
Anxiously wo watched it, I need not
q:iv rmr nrlri that our anxietv became
apprehension when Ave saw that about
half-way un the slope there was a halt
something impeding its forward
movement. Xow, sir, for the motive
that led me to act as I did, and which
tho newspaper correspondent has
tn irmrli inipvnstru-d: 1 knew
that if Chapultepec were
neither would the city be, and, failing
in this, not a man of us might ever
leave the Ynlley of Mexico alive.
Worth's injudicious ati. -mpfc upon ths
Infvonrhmonlsnf MolittO del llCV t'J
give it no harsher name our first re-
treat during the ellmpu'gn hid (
greatly demoralized -our men, while (
reversely affecting the Mexicans, in-j
spiring tha latter with a courage they
had never felt before. And there were
30,000 soldiers of them to our I,000 :
ll.Knn nnn tn env nnt.mn'r (iL it llOSl '
mii.-u w "in- -" "-"j o - . ,
nf raneheros in the
and leperos in
l the city, all exasperated i
3 invaders. c had be- .
rnnrnnr,. tlillh Alviirfl.
against us. the
imno nwnro. moreover, that Alvarez,
with his spotted Indians (PiriloS) iuul
swung around in our rear and held the
mountain passes behind us, so that re
treat upon Pueblo wnild have been
impossible. This was not my belief
alone, but that of n cry intelligent of
ficer in tho army, the two who Blood
beside me feeling as sure of it as myself.
And tins certainly it was, combined
with the slow progress of the attack
ing force, which determined me to
take part in the assault that and
nothing else. As the senior engineer
officer outranked me, it was necessary
I should have his leave to forsake the
battery now needing no further de
fense. Leave was freely and instantly
given, with the words, "Go, and God
be with vou !'"
Tho Mexican fiag was still waving
triumphantly over the castle, and the
line of smoke puffs had not got an
inch nearer it. Xor was there much
change in the situation when, after a
quick run across the intervening
irrminrl with mv IOllOWinST OI VOlUn
nf forward beard it was some trouble
about scaling-ladders. I did not pause
to inquire, but breaking through their
line, with my brave followers, pushed
on up the slops. Xear its summit we
found a scattering of soldiers--some
of them in the gray uniform cf the
Yoltigeur regiment, others Xinth,
Fourteenth and Fifteenth Infantry
men. They were the skirmishers who
had thus far cleared the way for us,
and far ahead of the " forlorn hope."
But beyond lay the real area of danger
a sloping ground, some forty yard3
in width, between us and the castle's
outward wall in short, the glacis. It
was commanded by three pieces of
cannon on the parapet, which swept
it with grape and cannister fast as
they could be loaded and fired. There
seemed no chance for us to advance
further without meeting certain death;
but it would be death all the s.trne if
we did not such was my thought and
conviction at that moment. .1 ut as I
reached this point there was a mo
mentary lull, which made it possible
to be heard, and the words I then
spoke, or rather shouted, are remem
bered by me as though it were but
yesterday; "Men ! if we don'fc-luke
Ohsmiltenec the American army is
lost. Let us charge up the Avalis T
A voice answered:
if anyoneleads usP'ancih'ji adding:
"Yes, we're ready I"
At that instant the three guns on
the parapet belched forth thf ir deadly
showers almost siiniiltaneousiy. My
teers and marines, we came-up wfl pnjventslieliaddiawn a small pistol
the storming party at halt and irregu-1 and shofc herself. The poor creature
larly alighted along the base of the live1 for two (iayS iin(i when she died
hill. Tor what reason they were stay- ; -t s in tI arms 0f her father. The
we Knew noi inougu
heart bounded with joy at hearing
them go off thus together. It was our
opportunity, and, quickly comprehend
ing it, I leaned over tho scarp which
had sheltered us, calling out: "Come
on! I'll lead you 1''
It did not need looking back to know
that I was followed. The men I had
appealed to were not the sort to stay
behind, else they would hot have been
there, and all came after. When about
half way across tho open ground I saw
the parapet crowded with Mexican ar
tillierists, in uniform of dark blu
with crimson facings, each mi.s
ket in hand, and all aiming,
as I believed, at my own person.
There was a reason for their so con
centrating their fires which I need not
here enter into. The volley was almost
as one sound, and I avoided it by
HirttTVincr .nwaalE lint Jxtnnct tlin tiartli.
ju.-t in tho nick of time, only getting
touched on one of the fingers of my
sword-hand, another shot passing
through the loose cloth of my overalls.
Instantly on mv feet again, I made
on to the w all. there to get tumbled
! over by the bullet of an escopet, about
i an ounce in weight, that went tearing
through my thigh. But only a few
scattered shots were fired after, as the
scaling ladders now came tin; some
scprts of men -went swarming over
: the naranet. and Chanultenee was ur-.
My lieutenant, Iljpolite Dardonville, a
Frenchman, modest as brave,
dragged the Mexican flag down from
j its staff. He died some fourteen years
; ago in the city of 2s"ew York, without
any record of the deed or word saui
about it save in an obituary penned
by my own hand in an obscure maga
zine of which I was the editor.
She Obeyed an Impulse.
The following story, told in the
columns of the. Baltimore American.
, !a blllll LU UU Li US. J.1 1U J3, m auua
how much stranjrer than fiction is real
life: Fifteen year3 ago the daughter
of a rich and prosperous man, living
in fine style on Pifth avenue, jSew
York, went out in a carriage, osten
sibly on a shopping expedition. At
Stewart's stora shs left the carriage,
and her coachman waited" over two
hours, until Una I, becoming anxious,
he made inquiries. The young lady
had disappeared, and though a great
deal of money was spent and much
effort made" to discover her,
there was no trace. Ten years
passed, and the detective who had
worked on the case, very faithfully
and anxiously, rose by degrees to the
rank of police captain. One cold night
i v.;st after Christmas, four or five of his
; officers entered the station with eight
I or ten intv.;cated women in their cus-
; fctlv. .!:.; ur "vn -iv-"rn rryin? over
their arrcbl and tho
prison; others were
prospect of a
oaths at the interference of the
with their onn, while others
j were sulky, standing a little apart
from the group oL prisoners, tne cap
tain noticed a tall woman of about
thirty, and he saw that she had once
btcn beautiful, though now her face
was disfigured by a bruise on the cheek
and a black welt under the eye. There
was. however, an air of refinement
pbot the woman that attracted the
,.i , ,..,t.,:..
and lin eved lur cu-
riousiv while the sergeant recorded
(jit; L-.i it.iuii
Uj0 1;JU11CS 0f the prisoners. Suddenly
the wonian beckoned to him.
.. .. i. T-. - 1 'J ,..
" Captain, do you know me?" was
" Didn't vou once try to find Miss
' Well, I'm she. I ran away just
out of pure deviltry, and I've had my
full share of it."
" Good heavens! Why did you do it?"
"Ob. I don't know. The notion
came into my bead and J obeyed the
" And where have you been all this
"Right here in the ward, under
your very nose. Ton never suspected,
though I saw you often enough."
"And have you not repented of the
step ? "
"Repented !" and the word thrilled
in the captain's ear like the Avail of a
lost soul. " Repented ! Oh, God, yes!
But it was too late."
' It's never too 3ate.f
" Tes it is. But it's not too late to
die.' And before the captain couju
mother had died a few years before of
Families or Women-Suffrage Women.
An Iowa paper some time ago pub
lished a paragraph stating that "there
is not a single woman on the platform
of female suffrage in the whole broad
land who has a happy family of hus
band and family -not one." This
Tjaragraph came to the notice of Hon.
John H. King, editor of the Chamber
lain (Dakota) Register, who made in
quiries on the subject, which elicited
the following tabular statement from
LTicretia Mott, 5 daughters, 1 son 6
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, 5s 3ns, 2 daughters.
Martha C. Wright, 2 sons, 3 daughters 5
Antoinette Brown Blackwell, 5 daughters. .
lacy Stone, 1 daughter 1
Hariet Robinson, 3 daughters -
Mary A. Livermois, 2 daughters 2
Lillie Devereaux Blake, 2 danghters 2
Matilda Jbslyn Gace. 1 son 3 daughters. . .A
Belva xV. Lockwoad, 2 danghtecs -.;
Elizabeth Boynton Herbert, I boy, 2 girls .d
Helen E!ria Starrest ; 8 or 0
Myra Bradwell, 2 girls, 1 boy 3
Frances D. Gage, 6 boys, 2 gins o
Mrs. C. I. H. JSichols, 3 boys, 1 girl 4
Mrs. Olyinpia Brown, 1 girl, 1 boy 2
And, of all the pioneer women.. Sih
ban B. Anthony is the only one who
nver married. Of the earlier of the
younger speakers, Miss Phoebe Cozzens
is the only one not married.
- Susan B. Anthony.
"Smelt" is the name given to a
light shade of cadet blue. We have
rOD11 rmold armv- overcoat of thf
same "whew." Boston Si lur.
HMver lis GreatLeGture oi Fads mM
UBJECTTHE EFFECT OF FEAR ANt
IMAGINATION UPON THE PHYSI
Lectures given for the benefit of Churches.. ,
Societies and Sabbath Schools. EEV. J.
STEVENSON proposes to gbra a Stac
Course of Lectures in his ora Church this
winter, and will give any of tho following,
lectures for tho benefit of the above.
1. Tha wjRSons of courtship; ttha moat Importantpartj :
2. Why marriagoia a lottery.
3. Superficial courtship.
4. MarriagoroToalstruocharaeto. "
5. Trno objoct ot courtship. f
6. Proper ago to soloct a compaalcm.
7. Propor sgo to marry.
i 8. What Is a companion? . . . . .
9. Coartship should roveal tho trus charar.wr
. UK "Wo.iquJid marry for the future as well as .for, th
It. God marries tho truly married ; Ho joiubuo'vL-,
partners ; Ho sanctiona tho union, of those toa
are fitted for etch other
His celobrated Lecture on Courtship and'
Marriage. 2nd Good and Bad Luck on tho
.Secrets of Success?, or tho art of making,
Money. Also his very highly intellectual and
classical lecture on the Formation of Gha-r-ncter.
Tho Conditions: One half of tho
proceeds. Address J. W. STEVENSQN
novl3-lm 123St 10th streot, N. YY.
820, 822 and 824 Seventh St., K.
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! Ladio's silk and Plush Wraps
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FRANK EC- FAIjI,; 4
601, D street, N. W., Washington, D. Oi
Practices in all tho Courts and all tho De
G. F. TIMMS & CO
Corner 7th andiD St.
A HIGH STANDARD
Ready-Mad Garments . .
Men and Boysi "
IZm STK-SPSL-liJL. noTNrp.
j)OK out f or ooi m . i.n rr.i.
lias removed lol'iy, hil..I?. W.,
Nt"p.r Jvmaav lvunia Avenue, J)r
J(1 an h tUo onlv genniut
Wonar(t.t II'rrf. Iinlinn Bloo
Remeflv. Inst !. rui kiicwi;
for mo piood. Li.r. K.llie
md U Htonidcli :.fi;l.)c
guai-inteo to irlievo t bJiON'l
or SGi-TIO BU:UMATlbJI 1
from W to 40 iuinut08. A K)rnia
ni ux exiee trvm V to weokH. 'I'll
ASTHMA, orllHs'IlC. Ixellov
tho snilorer Ut .o luaiutcs. auJ
rnro In irom two v fvir tvf;.. fret stage o
Consumption or Brnn.-'inl alTi-ruou. I re
oovo tha anfforer m M n.ii.it t t. a permanKnl
ears in. two or ttnCa eoks. i 1 rrak any I'avp r
n2Jminntr. Frver.ina Agtio ji-no riiy. L o
Diisforcoimtrfe,ex Ih.t.ciio pcldtarst thtn- at
frxmpe p huk lrosn aoor-to dr.r aeUliifr a uirtlfriii
miupwunitiueiiiin Hftinn mrra us mum it tt n
iase counUro;t-. Tli-?i ino roi-rt-spnt tlii'iiipnivw to
oe councciott witu me, mrv icitjpu nuy J.i jtfr
in order to soil their vortlilr .i mcdlcii-p. I lun e no
connection with any on. Conm- t mv hoadrintir'
tenanduetthoKi'nuiuo IJrd Sn Jrcdiriuc: ilb n
bo deceived. I niak' :i e p.uit of Urnto trni1ft
and aUiiTatedia'a-cc. I warn ln j-nlic uot t.
ueniy roipsKionai traaa macR j:amn jfed ('.ii)r
mnoic or ous'iitom ur twjnr-. an l vu: eroasccutc
hern mid rrrotrrtion r. U-1 K u out jut.
jo.irvrr h'kj rc-i'i j-.
" ' . In'n Dncron.
:i i A T"nn.
I TAKE pleasure in announcing to my friends
nnd former pa'rona that I hare remove!)
my Dental Oflico from corner ot 71U ami J
Streets to more convenient quarters afc
1209 Pennsylvania Ave.,
where- I mny bo found daily (oxcept Sunday),
from 9 a. m.,to 5.30 p. m.
To such aa do not already know mo I will
only sar, that bavins practiced DENTlStMMB
far nVP.R THIRTY YEARS. I can oromitw
1 firat-cliiss work; making the insertion ot All UK
; FICIAL TEETH a specialty. I can insuro a
; good fitting 8ek of teeth in every caso, whilo
mv chargcw will bo moderate,
in thanking my fr.enda for thoir liberal p-v-!
tronago up to date, I hope that iho 8m witt
bo continued in tho future, promising.
heretofore, to do my tout to pk-aoo alii whs.
' may favor rae with a call.
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