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f c STEWART, Busxsesj Manages and Publishes.
W. 0. CHASE, Editor aud Peopbtetosu
Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit.
WASHINGTON, D. 0.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1883.
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LADIES' COATS, DOLMANS AND CIRCULARS.
, -." lot ptill on hand that must and -will be
T1()CDE SILK VELVETS AND PLUSHES in black and all the desirable shades.
rfu- 131 CK AND COLORED VELVETS. BLACK AND COLORED SILKS,
'i;,?, 1ZL JLf.lM.J.J " fc,w.i.k, i.,uux.cu. Jl.VO.
"fLACS AND COLORED CASHMERES from 50 cents up. All the EVENING SHADES
ilkF. ntiup. Uasnmcres, AiDatroBS, and JUnrxs veiling, &c
i T -"i " Hnrr Goods in great variety and very cheap,
i ;; -rjcrcd Damask Table Cloths and Napking, pure linen, Elightly soiled, at half-
T .Trial 4 1-1 i4- 4hnm
pCe rr i:,,Mlluiwttiuium.
J. A. LUTTRELL & CO.,
OyB A&iWUAL SiFTIMG OF STOCK CONTINUES,
T,n..i; .p it more interesting we are now offering our entire stock of
FtNE BE AVER HATS AT 75 GENTS. j
Every Other Kat in the Store,
L-tiiUipu vnji! formerly for from 82 to S3.
I " from 10 to 15, will now be
Elegant Slack Tips, Three in a Bunch, 3B Gents a Bunch.
p-ililHJON and PLUMES, as well as BLOWERS, vou must come and ascertain
- ,v f v ourself and you are sure to buy. Our PLUSHES,;VELYETS and SATINS,
-.Mi old at the same low rates. In fact our entire stock of MILLINERY has got
j P.. not as mtfch an object as to make room for our spring importations. For
? ..a v. is-m w intend to clear balance of LADIES', CHILDREN'S AND MISSES'
IUK Jf on are in need of a fashionable wrap don't miss your chance if you dc-'-,
, , . m )!iey. We frankly state we don't mind the loss, therefore our GLOVES,
1NJ'1S IK 11US AND SCARFS, as well as other articles in the Fancy and Millinery
; -j m . in offered accordingly.
814 SEVENTH STEBET.
NINTH AND F STS.
Sreat Annual Sale of Ladies'
ON MONDAY, JANUARY 8,
r. Miin, .jo our annual sale of Ladies' Underwear with 200 dozen thor--ir
I-, nul- and trimmed CHEMISE AND DRAWERS at 25' cents each,
f-fpt ,-, .n..ntnffprftfl will be of our own manufacture, thoroughly finished
!:r -'. . Un:. nil the Avearing 5uality of the muslin we guarantee to be
t . r i .,n hn1f jreator than that of
IPE'lAT. PRIC1E5 OX ALL GARMENTS DURIXG THIS SALE
A SOUVENIR TO EACH PURCHASER.
DOUGLASS', Ninth and F Streets.
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO.
937 Pennsylvania Avenue, fllear Tenth Street
PIA.ISTOS AjSTD O'RGrANB
For Safe at Reasonable Prices, on Easy Terms
ItmiDg, Repairing and Moving promptly attended to. Cornets, Violias, FiUtes
Guitars, and everything in the musio line for
CASH OE ON INSTALMENTS.
JOHN F. EJL3L.IS & CO.,
937 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
BURGH & BROHf
4205 422 arad 424 Seventh Street,
Otis's Finest 3Hlevatoi in. ESixilcLing-.
Je ihMl open this week special bargains in BLANKETS, COMFORTERS, SHEETLNGS.
f cases of Blankets at $1.50, S2, 850, $8 up to 15 per pair. Tbesoj-e guarantee to be
feftna'iy house in the ci'clnsouthin without aloss. SO Bales more of those
gaifoa standard Comforters at 1.40, retailed everywhoxe at 2.00. 5 Cases ; fall ten
Wt.aP bleached Sheeting at 25 cente per yard. He best value ever offered, lhi
crjiuc t be rercated .-
IfcKjpiaaaS FOR OOIL.X WEATHER.
Wlbdies are invited to make us a visit of inspection and compare our Coats,
quee, Jcrseyg etc of otherouse. All aro Tailor Made tnd Imported
Kus. We are prepared to show 6,000 Garments of all sizes and qualities. A tine
section of Fur-trimmed Silk and Satin
CIKCTTLAJRS A.1STD DOLMA-ISTS,
In plusb and and Quilted Linings, eta. A few HANDSOME MS fotm people. A
tSS$ nortment of Misses' mi Children WRAPS in Qilk, Plush and Cloth, all size,,
" t0 16 yearns. We have an immense variety of
squirrel-lihed circolai?s & dolmans
Srll111? new desirable shapes, both in Trimmed and Untrimmed. DonH faR to see
SnS?aof Seal-Skin Sackqpei and Dolmans. We goanmteo everySeal Garment to be
ndonved Alaska Seal and made expressly for us. All kjnds of Fur Gollars and Mutts.
closed out regairUcss-of cost to make room
La F !!
Your Choiee, at 50 Cents.
Our Pattern Hate, sold formerly for
sold for from i to $6.
any cotton macie.
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, jet 4 , '
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"We call the attention of every one to the fact that we have one of the
finest and largest stocks of first-class SHOES in the city. Then we have a
line of Medium Goods unsurpassed for service and style. "We sell the best 8
Button Boot made. We sell the best Men's $4 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. Black Satin and White
Kid Slippers for receptions.
H. G. WIHDSOIt, 1423
Announcement Extraordinary !
CLINEDINST, The Celebrated Baltimore Photographer.
Having fully tested the merits of the latest Paris Instantaneous Process
and finding it far exceeding in elegance of results any of the old methods of
making sittings, has decided to make a specialty of this new and great im
provement in photography.
Having a member of our establishment now in Paris, we can assure our
patrons that we will be the first to give them all that is new and fashionable in
Our productions for some time have been made by this Neio Paris 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
CABINETS AT $3.00 PER DOZ. Although ice furnish our fine Cabinets at J
such extremely LOW PRICES, we will aevote the same careful
attention as ice have done before.
Our Studio is the most complete and extensive establishment in the city
with skilled operators and the best artistic talent employed in every department.
The liberal patronage bestowed upon 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.
CLINEDINST'S PHOTOGR VPHIC STUDIO,
477 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C.
Among the advantages resulting to tho public by our adopting the Paris Process are :
That the sittings will be a pleasure instead of an ordeal; there will bo no tedious waitiug,no
unpleasant odor from Ether, Collodeon, or Chemicals; nervous people c--ui sit without ieel
insr annoyed; those who have weak eyes, light eyes or in any way difficult eyes to secure in
a Photograph, are, with this process, assured of sati&factory results, lic bus& merchant
and parties in office who cannot spare time,only early in the morning or late in ths afternoon
can now come and have sittings lnrfdc at a tirno 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. Call and see the beautiful display of work.
BETWEE1T SI. &? I.
REMEMBER WE HAVE ON
And all the lateEt styles in the Millinery line. A special assortment of Lace Goods, Cuffs
Collars, Ties, Handkerchiefs.
A PULL LINE OF FEATHERS. FLOWERS, VELVET, PLUSH, RIBBONS, LACES
HAIR WORK. &C, &C. ALSO FEATHERS DYED AND CLEANED.
807 FOURTEENTH STJREET, 1ST. "W.
Owinc to the change in a lareo firm we have secured EIGHT HUNDRED FUR BEAVER
OVERCOATS which we are going to sell at $5. It is less than the cost of the goods, but
they must be sold this month.
0TLY $5 FOR A GOOD WARM, SERVICEABLE OVERCOAT, IN
BLUE, BROWN AND BLACK.
Just think of it, only 5" for a good winter overcoat. We are ready in all our depart
ments with a complete stock of
FINEST AND NICEST CLOTHING FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN
you ever saw. The best in quality, finish and fit, and one price. Lower than you pay in
many houses for common goods. We have choice styles in Overcoats and Suits, many
stvles entirely new and not to bo found elsewhere. They are equal to custom work at
much less cost. We have them at $10, 12, 14, 1G, 18, 20, 22, 25, 26, 28, 32. The finest satin
and silk lined overcoats you ever saw. Ready made suits 10, 12, 14,16, 18 and $20. Men's
Pants 81.25. 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50, and up. We are selling genuine bargains, as we
have an immense stock of goods that we are anxious for you to wear, as a trial of our
floods will secure your custom. We do not forget the boys and children, and have an ele
gant stock of Suits and Overcoats expressly for them from 2.50 up to the finest and
nicest atyles. But bear in mind our special bargain, THE 5.00 OVERCOAT, for general
wear and hard service, for cold, for rain, for snow, for warmth, for wear. Beats all the
Overcoats ever offered for such a small sum.
CALL AND SEE OUR GOODS, AT
3,000 yards of Ginghams in short lenghts, from 3 to 10 yards, 8 cents, former
' price 12 cents; 300 yards of Cloaking, short lengths, trom 1$ to 6 yards, $i.oU,
former price 2.50; 30 pieces apron Gingham 8 cents; former price 10 cents; 1
case 10 White Sheeting, best quality made, 34 cents; former price 40 cents; 1
j case of assorted Cottons and Cambrics, short lengths, 9 cents, usual price 12
! A LARGE STOCK OF
'Blankets and Bed Comforts
To be sold at a large reduction from usual prices.
BARGAINS IN EVERY KIND OF DRY GOODS.
GEO. I, JOHNSON,
New York Avenue.
HAND ALL KINDS OF
argains ! !
9 m m
Cock's-feather fans painted by hand
Camels' hair bonnetts in braided
bands are late Parisian novelties.
Stylish costumes of cloth or velvet
are trimmed with natural gray lynz.
Black velveteen is a favorite "walking
suit of the dressy NT ew York woman.
Walking suits of velveteen are
rivalling plush costumes in popular
It takes an artist to place a bird or
bird's" crest effectively on a lady's hat
Knots of ribbon of several shades
are worn by some in place of flowers
on the corsage.
The newest linen collars are stand
ing clerical bands with a finely em
The fashion just now is an em
broidery worked in gold threads on the
insteps of fine stockings.
Skirts, when made of velvet or cloth,
plush or velveteen, need not be
trimmed at the bottom.
Cedar red-is the new shade for kid
gloves, and heavy lines of embroidery
in bjaok decorate the backs.
Young girls should avoid heavy veL
rets ; simple muslins and soft, clinging
materials are much more attractive.
Moyenage necklets of silver or
enamelled gold are replacing the mus
lin cravats that have been so long
Long "matinee" sacques for mornings
in the houses are made of plush, and
worn over a blouse waist of satin
Tulle and satin are favorite mate
rials for ball dresses, as are satin and
cashmere or nun's veiling in delicate
Black dresses of fine camelsMiair or
shoodah cloth have a collar, cuffs, vest,
and panels of black velvet, with a cord
of gold on the edge.
Moonlight-blue satin with embroi
dery of silver threads and flounces of
white lace is one of the most elegant
materials for reception dresses.
Russian sable trimmings are made of
the tails of the animals, in perpendicu
lar rows that form stripes of darker
brown than that of tho bodies.
A gentleman's cravat of terra-cotta
satin, striped with gold, and a scarf
pin to complete it, is worn by ladies
with double-breasted Prince Albert
frock coats of olive green cloth or
The chasseur hat of green or brown
felt, with a high, sloping crown and
long cocks' plumes, is a favorite with
blonde young ladies, who wear it
pushed back from the brow, to show all
the front hair.
Serpent green with golden tinges is
one of the colors most fashionable for
velvet or plush suits, and a slight glint
of terra-cotta enhances its beauty.
Black Spanish lace with thickly
corded designs is the rich trimming,
and with these two odd shades make
Mastic gray cloth paletots are fashion
able for children. They are semi-fitting,
and are long enough to cover the
child's dress. They are braided in
rings of large size, and have square
pockets and a wide collar of brown
plush. A mastic beaver hat of the
great cart-wheel shape is worn with
this cloak, trimmed with brown plush
Tlie Utility of Neatness In Drew.
Neatness is, however, the great de
sideratum to economy in dress. If the
toilet is carefully made, the dress tidy,
well fitting and neatly put on, and the
collar or frill spotless, the effect can
scarcely fail to be attractive. To keep
garments fresh and and neat much
pains is necessary. The dress must be
brushed or at least shaken when taken
off, and be carefully hung up, not
tossed down on a chair or the bed in a
crumpled heap. Gloves should be
tenderly smoothed out, frills rolled up
and straightened and ribbons smoothed
over the fingers, tightly rolled up and
pinned with a fine needle; a pin is apt
to leave the mark behind it in un
A Charming Cnstom.
There is a custom prevailing among
the inhabitants of the Sandeman Isl
ands, which may throw a light upon
the civilized use of wedding cake.
When a native girl whose exceptional
beauty has brought her many suitors
is knocked down with a club and car
ried off by her accepted suitor, the
wedded pair, within forty-eight hours
of the wedding, send a cup of poison
distilled from the hulahulatreeto each
and every one of the bride's former ad
mirers. If any recipient feels that he
cannot become reconciled to the mar
riage, he drinks the poison and dies ;
but if he decides that he will survive
the loss of his intended wife, he throws
away the poison, and feels bound in
honor never to show the slightest sign
of disappointment. By this admirable
system the husband is spared the pangs
of jealousy, and be able to live on
friendly terms with the surviving ad
mirers of his wife.
Woman In India
A learned Hindoo lady, Pundita
Eomabai, who has devoted her life to
the promotion of female education in
India, recently aroused great interest ;
by a course of lectures in Bombay. She ,
is a widow and barely twenty-five years t
of age. Her lectures have drawn out
large numbers of Hindoo and Parsee
ladies, on whom she is already declared
to have produced "something of an
electric effect." She dwelt at great
length in the lectures on the benefits
arising from education and the im
portance to Women Of Cultivating and
. , i
embellishing their minds if they Wished
uiuwUOumb uxjioax j
rn ndvnnrA with thp -nrnrrress of the
10 advance wiin xne progress ui m
times. After she had finished one of
her lectures the ladies present were
asked to express their thoughts on the
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Subject. One Of them, alter a SllgnL
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pause, gathered COUrage, StOOCl Up anu
SPOKC, and nearly Uail a ClOZen ouieia
followed, vieinsr "eagerly with one
another for the privilege of gracefully
speaking to the audience in praise of
their able and learned sister." Even
the most hopeful of women's advocate's,
a native paper adds, were "hardly pre
pared for this singular but most de
Skobeleff has been called tii poet of
war. Perhaps it would be more u?cur
ate to define him as the military Byrou
of Eussia. A more daring, a more in
subordinate, and a more original mind
it has not been the fate of Europe to
see for many a long day. If we want
to find his equal it is almost necessary
to go back to tho times of Charles
XII., for we shall not find him within
the limits of our conventional
teenth century. He delighted in battle,
yet confessed frequently that it was
not the bubble reputation, but a sol
dier's grave, which he sought at the
cannon's mouth. He went forth to
battle in his newest and brightest uni
form, mounted on his famous white
charger, and waving his white cap in
the air. Skobeleff was a wonderful
military artist. He must have studied
the soldier closely to have acquired so
accurate a knowledge of his heart. On
one occasion, at the third battle of
Plevna, he met his troops flying panic
stricken back to the camp. On seeing
him they drew up and saluted. "Ah,
my fine fellows," he exclaimed, "you
have fought like lions !" The troops
recovered their self-respect. Seeing
the effect his words had produced upon
them, Skobeleff pretended only to have
discovered that they were without
their muskets. "Where are your mus
kets?" he shouted. No one dared
answer. "Cowards 1 I do not want to
command such dogs as you. Come,
pick up your muskets and follow me
at once !" and, proceeding in the direc
tion where the Turkish fire was thick
est, he put them through their facings
as though they were raw recruits
drilling in the quiet back yard of a
provincial barrack. When they had
gone through their evolutions he led
them against the enemy, and not one
of them thought of running away.
Tangiers, JNorth Africa.
It was market day, writes a corres
pondent, and we made our way with
difficuly through the throng of women
and slaves, Moors, negroes, Jews and
Europeans the motley crowd of var
ious nationalities which makes up the
population of Tangiers. The extraor
dinary variety of types and shades of
complexion, even among the indige- .
nous population, cannot fail to impress
the traveler first setting foot in the
place. He sees pure breed Moors with
fine chiseled features and skins as
white as hi3 own; olive-complexioned
Arabs; half castes of every shade; ne
groes from Timbuctooand the Soudan;
Eiffians from their mountain fastnesses
to the east of Tetnan, resembling Korth
American Indians, with their shaven
crowns and long scalp-locks, by which,
it is said, Azrael, the angel of death, is
to pull them up to heaven on the last
day. These Kifilans are a division of
the old Berber race, the original inhabi-
tants of Morocco, or who, at any rate,
must be historically regarded as the
aboriginies of the county. They are a
turbulent, warlike race, and have never
been thoroughly subdued.
T j nnn
In Australiaandiew Zealand 4,000,-
000 people have already 90,000,000
sheep, and have an area sufficient for
the easy pasture of 200,000,000 sheep
at the least. With one-twelfth of our
population, they have twice our aggre
gate stock of sheep.
Senator Jones, of Nevada, is a mem
ber of a company that is going exten
sively into ostrich-farming in Arizona.
Guinnip & Go.
820, 822 and 824 Seventh St., N.
K17X JUST BZCEIVZD AKD ABE SOW DISPLAY-
ISO THS LARGEST AND MOST
COMPLETE STOCK OF
FALL ABB WINTER DRY GOODS;
OUR LINEN DEPARTMENT.
Ladie's Silk and Plush Wraps
at Popular Prices.
ked snr-sjn&uz&i, kotice.
loos otrr por oou. rfeits.
nv TYw T"ET a W ivnnv nWTun
hast removed to 109. 4j$t.. Ji. W.,
geari'snnsTlvania Avenue. Br
Eed Rn iias tho onlv ruralm
Wonanrful Herbs, Indian Woo
Homedy. best metlicino Jmoirn,
for taa Blood, Liver, KidnejR
and ait Stomach ticubJea J
guana:ea to rHlore CBK0N73
or 3CLuTI0 KilETOIATISai la
from uo to 40 minutes. A perma
neivrrnre ixoiu xio-tirc. xn
J5TjaM&, orA'UJsaacr. i relies
is caterer' tn .u m orates, and
sjiro in irom wo k 'onr rrtci?. Zrst stngo o
Consimption or Bronchial affection. I re
iovo.tha nfbiu m 23 n.innl".. a pennantni
snro in, wo or tinen -ccfcs. l LraJs any Fever
n-2Jmuintfl. Fever anrt Acuo In ono day. L-oi
f onEforconatcrf,.:. inaveiio tiddlers th
caoo countnr'eit. Ttey rIho represent themselves to
bo connected with me. tnnv tell jon any in.to stor
n Order to Sflll their 7orthI'SS medicir. T hnri. rm
r-OlineCtiOU With anv one. Conm tr mr hnariftnnr.
. twsandscetthAKi'utiiue Red Sn Medicine; don'i
-Vl dvzzivta. I make a special of Uma troubles
and allp-iv.itodi3'a-e. I tvni tho , -.bio not to
vse ray professional trade ma'k narr.o Ked Stnlfor
. !V '--"- " .k- . y JUJi'i mo 4. t.ut luoctuil'
nn anu rnrowm-ai ni tne y. s pa e:
,M r- ':Www
." ji .. 1 tama A Tonne.
FEANK EC- FAIjI
601, D atieet, N. W., Washington, J). O;
Practices in all the Courts
and all tho Do-sot7-lm.
or the Holidays!
Gents' Embroidered Slippore from 70 cts. np
Ladies' " " " 98 "
X -J." 5 T..i.J T . . 4 tQ
JUilUitib UULLUII J3UUIS, ilO,
Children's Sdeuxk Heel Boots, " CO
.AT THE FAMILY SHOE STORE,
300, 30H-Seventh Street.
A wetuv made nt home by th.B lndbatnons
Best buHincsa now beferb tho vubho
Oipifat not u"eduel. Wo will stflrt yon.
Men, woman, boys nd girls wanted e7ory
vhoro to work for ns. i?ow is tho time,
yen can work m spare time, ororpive yonr whole tlm
to the busine?3. rfo other buaini'&B will pay you nearl?
as well. Wo one can fail to make enormous pay, by ei
j?2rwk at once. Costly outfit anil tcrniH froo. Mone;
ma! font, nnnilv. and honorably. AddrowjTlujJSifcCo.,
' Angnsta. Maine. ,
IT AKE pleasure in aunonncirifr to my friend
sud fornwr pa'rons that I have removed
my Dental Office from comer of 7th nndi &
Streets ti moro convenient quarters at
12G9 Pennsylvania Ave.,
where I may be found daily (except Sunday)
from 9 a. m. to 5.30 p. m.
To such ao do not already know me I wll
only .av, that li&vius practiced DENTISTRY
for OVER THIRTY YEARS, I can promise
first-claas work; mKkiug tho inaerlion of ARTI
FICIAL TEETH a specialty, lean insaro a
goodntrtug aet of teeth in every case; while
my charges will be moderate.
In thaukiug ray frienda for their liberal pa
tronago np to da?e, I hope that tho same vrW
be continued iu tho future, promiaiug.
heretofore, to do my best to please all wh
may favor mo witn a call.
Dfi. JDL1US DIENELT, Dentist.
SEVENTH AUD BOUNDARY STREETS
BOARDING AND LODGING. LUNOH ALWAYS'
READY. CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS, CI
GARS AND TOBACCO. MINERAL
Watees OT ALL Kc?sa.
oct28l20 . .
"W. H. Harrover,
STOVES. RAN5ES AND FURNACES;
And dealer in Table Cattlerv, Tinware, House'
t FurniKhiDj: Good, etc. 313 Senth btrcet,
Northowoat, npar Ponnsvl-ania- Avenue
T-ASHINGTON CARD COMPATsY.
CLEMENT P.. VENABLE, Manager,
FANCY ADVERTISING CARDS, ART
NOVELTIES, MENU CARDS, BALL
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR CARDS!
NEW YEAR CALLING CARDS IN
605 SEVENTH ST7, NORTHWEST.
Advertising Cards from 75c. per 1,000 and np.
Slegant 23ew, latent Improved
! S14 F1 Street., TV. "Wv
125 Sheets Siote Paper
For 1 5 Cents
Nothing Fit to Eat.
I In Lounsbury's life of James Feni
' more Cooper, a good story is told of thev
; novelist white traveling in tha wilder
' ness bordering upon the Ontario. The
I r:irt.v tr wliicrh he belonged came unon
an inn whore they were not expected,
The tot;Uy unprepaijed,
. mefc a awrowf ul uoun.
! tenance Threwas he assured" them-,
j j Ue h(mSfi thnt wag fit to
When asked what he had that
, wag nofc fit to he could only say iD
repy that he could furnish them with
! venison, pheasant, wild duck, and some
j ffesh foh To thg Hstonishe(1 question
I whatllKtter he HimD0SCcl th couldi
j . tfae am!Jor(I meekiy replied thafr
he thought they might have, wanted
Eortress Monroe, Virginia;, is the
largest single fortification in thworiar
It has already cost the government,
over 3,000,000. The water battery is
nonsidered one of the finest mi
works in the world.