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EVENING STAR
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WASHINGTON CITY:
WCB!(DUIAT iMUUry M, 1V7*.
Reading Matter on Every Page.
Ike rcal-vstate speculators out Weal arealready
?i"arreling for the spoils In earn of the
removal of the capital. Every prospect! re city
in the Vert has it* ring of speculator*, who
want to get the capital located on their onp isolated
UimId in tb? hope that they sake their
pile by the operation. The Chicago Tr&mme, the
sponsor tor th<> capital-moving project. Minis it
necessary to admonish these rural localities that
they have no business to put their linger in the
pie, that it is nettled that the capiUl, if removed,
shall go to St. Louis or Chicago. As the Tniir+e
has always said that Chicago doesn't want the
capital, and concedes that its insalubrious ellmate
wouldn't suit Congress, it amounts to a
choice between Chicago and St- Louis, with
Chicago counted out. And it Is rather cool ia
the Tnlmne to berate the country real-e*tate
speculators for their impudence in proposing
to work the capital-mo ring scheme for
their own boneht, when the original project
to take the capital to St. Louis is
noioriouMT a acne me lor tte benefit of certain
real estate speculator* of St. I?uis co-operating
with Chicago speculators vbo happen to own
rs*l estate opposite St. Louis. Why should'nt
the country speculators have an equal show
with the city speculators'." The Tribume lets the
cat out ot the bag by saying that the "immediate
property of which the Government would
require to obtaiq tho title for the location of the
Government buildings and collateral purpose*
would not exceed two thousand acres, and prrkapt
one rhoutand would h* all thai wntld be
accrpttd as a gift." Exactly. The real estate
speculators will induce the city of St. Louis, or
the State of Missouri, to bay of them one thousand
acres to giTe to Uncle Sam for the site of the
Capital, and then they will sell him the other
thousand acres he needs at their own price
But to get the amount ot land necessary it will
be requisite to go far ouUide the city limits and
create a capital city on the prairie, even to setting
out the sapling trees that will not In fifty
years afford shade enough to cool the brows of
oar national legislator*. Uncle Sam is not likely
to be dup*>?l by the * peculators into entering
upon a Job the cost of which he can not count,
bat which is certain to amount to hundreds of
millions of dollars.
The politicians of Cincinnati are somewhat
disturbed by a story lately pat in circulation
that Internal Revenue Supervisor Clarke (late
Third Auditor) proposes to more from th* si.tii
Ohio J>i>triot to the First, and there becom" a
candidate tor Congress to succeed Mr. Strader.
Ther aTer that they hare no objection to Mr.
4,'larke running for office wherever he will, but
they do object, and with some foree, to any person
using hi* position as a revenue officer to
farther his interests as an aspirant for any other
honors. This sounds like good doctrine,?the
j resum; tk>u being that if he does hu whole
duty as Supervisor he will have little time to
look alter other offices; but if office-holders
didn't use their present place as a stepping
stone to a better one, we might well say the
inillenium is upon ns.
Tm Avtexatiox ok Great Bkitaix?A
handbill or poster has been issued in Great Britain
proposing, as "a remedy for the existing
distress'' in London, "that l>roi>er an*l lawful
mi-ana be adopted to effect the annexation be- ,
tween Great Britain ami her colonies and the j
I mted States of America." The paper gives a?
the result of annexation that the risk of war
would be taken away by the removal of jealousy
and bad feeling, and that the saving* from
the reduced military expenditure could be applied
to ameliorate the condition of the i>oor.
The handbill s?a}s, also, that a project Is on toot 1
to promote annexation by meetings, lecture*, '
the press. &c.
All right. We will annex ttrtat Britain and
Make three new States of it, to add to our sjn- '
lorioun Union. Prince Arthur shall c >mc to j
Congrew from one of them, if be likes.
Baltimore seems tu beat " hard up" Una*- ;
cially as Washington. Both branches of the '
Citv Council* there have passed an orilinaucj
authorizing the City Kegistcr to fund ? > W,000
of the doating debt of the city, and to issue
liOTltU til ? * *
.urmut, fajiiiK 111 uie year l?H), 1
^iud providing for a tax of one cent in every
* 100 ?-.r Mfwable property to pay the interest m\
und for tt;- ?tingai?liment of the principal, the <
ordinance to be snt>tu.J,c<^ a v*>te of Uic citi- '
7eu, should the Legislature legalize the action . '
of the Conncil.
The lower house of the Missouri Leglc'^are I
has passed a rtwlutiou urging Coc fr^,'ti> ro. |
move the branch mint at 2?cw \?r)eaii? to St.
1-ouis. V> hat will St. Louis "?allt noxt ?
From trench. L'^g^,, ^ (jgilvie, agents for
the I-eonard S'#K Publishing Company's reprints,
we aaye Blackwood'i Majaiins for 1>Cccato-,
, T.XCITO?r. TlSTES IS THE LOftSTAJIA LSOISt.ATrm
?In the Lepislatute of Louisiana, the
Chattanooga railroad bill passed the House
Monday uigfct. after a session of nearly twelve
hours of confusion and disorder. The Bulletin
mji it is ilouMful if a more confused, excited i
and disorderi> Legislature Has ever l?en seen i
on this continent or anywhere else. Mr. Lowell i
ilihlinrtlr th*t I
?otine for th?> bill who had been paid to voce for j
it. The charge brought against him a crowd of
excited acBbrn. and to picture the ?eene of I
disorder at this moment would be simply iiupos- |
si Me. A score were addressing the chair and
addressing Lowell at the same time, gesticulating
in a nu-uacing waj, and one, who raised
Lis voice above tiie reet, signified that Lowell
w?t paid in the interest of Charles Morgan.
Yesterday Wiltz asked leave to record his vote
against the Cbittaaooga railroad bill, a bill
w tuck lie ?lid not beritate to pronounce as the 1
most outrageous and villainous that was ever j
matted by any delil>erative assembly.
A*rf?i*n CosoREs^mxALlTtcintXT.?During 1
the di*cn??ion in the House of Kei>re?entativc3
yesterday evening upon the Virginia bill, Mr. ,
l>ewis McKenxie was asked by one of the doorkeeper*.
to all of whom he U known, to please
l?>int out i apt. Piatt, another of the members
eleet from \ irginia, for whom he had a note, .
sent by a gentleman in the lobby. Mr. McKensie
took the note himself, and alter a great deal
of trouble raceeeded In finding the Captain, and
delivered it; and a laugh ensued when it was
discovered to bs from William B. lH>wnev, between
whom and Mr. McKenzioa difficulty has
for oome time part existed, and contained a request
that the Cantata *hould exert his influence
in having Mr. J. L. Kinker, a personal friend of
?lr. McKenr e, rtmoTed from the poetmaster>hlp
at I<ee*burg. and the writer appointed to
that position. Mr. MeK. says that before he
ueHrers any more notes he will find out who
? rltct thfm.-ilrmdrM Gazette, 2WA.
KEJOIOBO AT BirHlfOXD.?A ?alute of 100
guna was tirrd in Richmond yeaterdar, In honor
or the admuaion of the sUtc. A boat 5.0W per?
nt were prMent, two thirds of whom were
r?4oced. Governor Wtlker awke a few mlnutea.
congratulating the peopl/'%n their admU?iua,iMl
predictlag i glorious future for Virginia.
A colored Conservative and a number of
wtartd Republican* made political speeche*.
the harden of the latter bring that If the Stnt j
did not follow the spirit of the reconstruction '
art* ike would be pat baek aa a territory. The <
tjune need were the name uaed in Minting the
tiag wht n the United States troop* occupied the {
city In 11*8.
f>?. Ijtijcitoje.?It is stated that later and
reliable information has jt ?t been ree?H*ed
from I>r. Livingstone. a.id of a most gratifying
character. He t:u discovered the head-waters
i-f the Nile near t aoembree, and is uow on his
a ay home to England
Stkikb*?lb Ui- l?uu>iUe Courier-Journal j
of Saturday we fiud mitn J'<?yrU which is perhap* .
one of the last from the pen of Ueorge I>. Prentics.
It rt a?l?: "The telegraph operators har?
bad two strikes lately. At the laat strike thcr
mDuply struck their colors."
KTA female barber in Detroit has all the business
b> herself".
y Kentnrky Senate has named a oouatr after
Bobert K. Lee.
?7*Thc i>eople of Lewiston, Mc., are enioyiag i
eareDent sleighing. * I
B7~ A New-Haven paper U apprehensive that
ir Connecticut dues not soon change its Divorce
laws It will come to be known M the second-chop
Utah ot the Union.
CtlUl?IWiL. 1
PUBLIC SCHOOLS ~OT THE DISTRICT Or
COLUMBIA.
Cuilarin TuHiy* ri
uww A?T0 ? - * - - ~ m ti i in
obnairj?Aiwr 17ur !?! ? iw ?iu
to provide for an inrreue ia ??>ml buking
circulation. and to p*?vide national
currency or coin do tea, being under eoasidsratlon?
Mr. Morton argued that it would kt daftfarous
for the (tonriuMat to eMKbliah QMn tanks
on this side, alt'iaugh it might poastbtf do ?a th?
Pacific co*t. where our cnrreacy ha* never ]
been in circulation. It la proposed that these ,
banks uhall be allowed to i?ue their notea, if
they have thirty-live per can ton of gold la their j
mult*. It cannot be done; they must hare dollar
for dsUar, or in aay riaa af gold they will in- '
evitably be brake. They will be in the same
position aa the fold gambler*, or worse. It is
lM|if '"lr to han two circulating mediums of
different value; it never has been done?never
will be.
Mr. Stewart was anxious to tnr thia experiment
of free banking on a coin bails; if it did no
good, he thought it would produce no harm.
Mr. Davis advocated that the question of a redistribution
of the currency should not be complicated
with other questions.
Mr. Thurmaa said this was one or the moat
important bills that aver had been presented
here. It proposed an unlimited amount of free
* *_?
usnftiui.
Mr. Corbett obtained the floor, but gave war ]
to Mr. Wilson, on whose motion the Senate, at 7 1
p. m., adjourned. \
HOUSE?After oar report clotted?the con- i
tefted-election caw of A. S. Wallace n. W. D. '
Simpson, from the 4th district of South Carolina, i
being under consideration?
The resolution reported by the minority of the 1
committee, declaring that neither Mr. Wallace I
nor Mr. Simpson haa the prima facie right, and 1
which ill offered an an amendment, was adopt- |
ed?yea# M8, nay* 73; but after some ti IU buster- i
ins. the resolution as amended was tabled. i
The House took a recess until 7.30 o'clock, for i
debatej>nly. _ <
The House reassembled at 7 JO, la Committee i
of the Whole, Mr. McCrary (Iowa) in the chair, '
and about a dozen member* in their seats. i
Mr. Johnson (Cal.) proceeded to speak against I
Chinese emigration ? seriously conflicting with i
American Industry.
Mr. Ueaton (N. C.) spoke upon the coming <
apportionment.
Mr. Prower read a speech upon the subject of i
education, saying it was a subject of profound
surprise that a Government like ours should be <
almost the only one on the face of the globe !
without a national system of education, yet toe ,
absolute necessity lor government was greater ,
here tban with any other people, lie reviewed i
the school system of foreign nations, and con- i
trasted them with the educational interests of 1
this country. Congress, he said, had been grossly 1
negligent of the educational necessity of those |
people placed under its care, even of those at I
the very doors and directly under the tegis of
the Capitol. The schools in the District or Co1
a ?_ _n_ ? a ? ? ? 1
luiiiuut, wuii'u ououiu dc mcKien ior uw nation, |
should lnrite and fasten the attention of every i
Representative sent to this body, so that he
might return to his district with some .
new and valuable suggestions for the 1
instruction or the children of his constituents;
nay, should be the admiration of the
representatives of other nations resident
among us, and thus reflect honor upon our Hepublic?look
at their condition! With schools ]
that are comparatively worthless and wholly t
inadequate, there being thousand* of children
unable to train lulmi^inn tn ??
0 ? -- W? OVUWI'IWIU) I
and who would be scarcely the better for it if
thcv could, because of the want of a proper supply
"of teachcrs, who are, aoreoyer. pahl their 1
Miiall salaries at uncertain and irregular inter- '
vals; they are yet qaite aa ready to dismiss a 1
child for a trilling fault as to admit one to pu- (
pilage. It often requires more time and labor r
to get a child admitted than a laboring mm can j i
spare; and I can conceiTC of no greater outrage ; f
on the rights of a child, soon to beacitisen, ,
than to close the school-room against him for { r
any cause whatever. There is no greater out- ! L
rage upon the rights of a community than to
send an uneducatcd child forth into the world.
As Palev has so aptly expressed it: " It is little
better than to turn but a mad dog or a wild animal
into the streets."
I have said that the schools of this District
should bo of the hii?ho?t nr<U?r- inutuo.l I ?
0 - ?- J >uoWVOTU kU<. * 171
they :ire the disgrace or the nation, and even | *
the representative of the Ottoman empire can , j
prondly gay: ' The school lawn of Turkey are ,
tnperior to yours.'' If this language seem* too [
strong, I refer to the last report of the Superin- i
t nth nt of the District?that of 1S6T?for such Is 1
the neglect or want of system at present that ' "
three Years have almost parsed without any re- |
jMjrt. Vrom this we tind that the District con- j,
talned, in 18?>7, the lollwwing scholastic imputation:
White males, 11,103; white females, U,ti78; , I
colored males. 4,6*8; colored females, 5,55S? *
total; 33,117. That the number In attendance , r;
was: Public kcliuuit?wUte males, 1,(80; white >.
females, *.451, colored males, 1 ,.123; colored fe- e
males, l.IMU?total, 8,420. Private Schools?
WMte males, 2,70.".; white* female*, 2,777; colored .
males. 66; colored female>, 166?total, 5,35s. ]
Total attending public and private school*, , d
Llr*I8, leaving i:?,137 children in the District ot j
Columbia without any facilities whatever for . ii
obtaining au education. Yet there were no ae- | y
conimodations in tliat year for more than 6,'WO 1 J.
white and "..TO coloredout of this large schola?- , V
tic imputation. and no colored schools whatever ' [
were organized in the District until it was done I %>
by the Freedmen's liureau, which were after- e.
ward transferred to the Trustees of Washington
city. I am informed bv the Superintendent of .
t*e District that since the year 18G7 the accom- \
modations are considerably nu r. ii.v l, but 1 am
t< Id by the same official that aomo seventeen or a
rghtewi of the public schools under his charge g
are about to be c_>ud<-iuned. as nuisances by the r'
Hoard of Health. Thu>i, if you please, Mr. B
Chairman, of >i\ty scholar* ana a teacher being f
confined in a roo?a twenty-four by thirty feet f
iqnarc and ten teet high. ;?ud ask yourself if It
( ueh a prisor should not be condemned as a ti
public nui'ance, which ought to be abated?
Vet 1 am told such prison* are to l>e found in
n>. kl?^. -
r ifr-urn^u, anu uiey arc dignttied with the !
name M public school*. ! (
Now, sir, 1 state on the authority of tlif ' *
Superintendent himself that more than one-half
ot the entire scholastic population of Wash- t
ii-gton and Georgetown are cnildren ot' the employes,
clerk?, or persons connected with the
Government, who own no property In ttiexe i
cities and |>ay no t*xe?; yet Coupe*, to the '
shame and disgrace of the country and the ago, .
h:i> never appropriated one dollar for the sup-' 11
I?>rt of school." in either. Then there are no
public school libraries in the District, furnishing
interesting and instructive books suited to *
the comprehension of the various grades of 1
scholar.-, when none should be without this im- J
portant aid to ed'ication. As Franklin, John ,
Vuincy Adams, and many other eminent men *
have attested, the kindling enthusiasm of books ^
has been the hot stimulus of all great men. c
The neglect in the Territories was even greater, p
The 7*,5TC,H02 acres of public lands for school
purposes had been fritted away with nothing
like commensurate results. He combatted the
argnm? nts which had been used against the es- t
tabiisbinent of a department of education, and 1
at the close of his hour he obtained permission 1
to print the remainder of his remarks.
Mr. Haw lev (111.) svoke in favor of th^im.
pro Yemeni ot the L)e? Moine* and Hock bdaud
Mr. Fhikclnhurg (Mo.) spoke upon the e<]ualItatiou
of taxation an<l in opposition to a protec- J1
tiv? tariff. Adjourned. I
TEN DOLLARS 19 GOLD WILL BK E
llj paid forth* production of any person who P
hits Ti?itthe W hii<hurst ExbikitWn ot Mammoth
Illuminated War Views, Ac., and has not beon p<r- r
fr't'y uiri'fi'ii trilk Jin It* j,
ry^?!(oTlUE.?A ipocial BiMtiai of the BOABD i
IL_5 OF TKADK will be held at their rooms on 1
FKIDAY KVKN1NO. **tli in?tant. at 7>, o'clock.
A - Mnnuesn of importance will be oflerud for consideration
, punctual attendance Is requested. n
ja*t.l BAMUKL BACON, President. J,1
|Bep Owe. Bews.l
n^y-oyricf ROOMS rOB BBMT?Two comma
LLf ntcatiu* front orriCK BOOMS KOB BKNT
on F ebmary I. at per month or #60 per quarter '
in aCennce. Mow occupied; nicelf papered; on 7th
street. opposite Pout Office. Addreee "Landlord,"
Vasbingtou. jalHw*
nT^THB AN NT* MEETING OF THB
ILJ WASH 1NUTOK CITY ORPHAN ASTLCM
WTTT !. - held on W SDN BSD AT BVBMINO, the*th
in-taut, at hall p*at7 o'clock, at the Calvary Baptiat ?,
Church. Addr?mseee_and other interesting exercises
iu?y !* t ipttieu. xm public are Invited I
MR* 8. P. LEE, President
MBS.G.f GIDEON, Secretary. ' ja? ? i
nrj-Ji O T 1 V K O V K k m o yaiT"
tuivinu removed oar place of baaiaees from Mo.
Jfiy * ? the new Iron Building. N?.910. P<-niuylVania ,
Ivmm.v* respectfully aolicit a cc?timM(? of pub I
lie patronage arotnirinf that all work entrusted to 1
our ran ohall be promptly aad faithfully performed,
and at price* that will rnnpete with any eetabllahlucut
ia the coanirt. _
ALEX. S. SHEPHERD * BROS..
ja 25-Jw 910 Peaaa. a*e.. South Side.
|Y^=-?<?T1CE.?The Annual Addrees before the
LL? MEDICAL SOCIETY of the District of Co- ?
lumi/ia will be deliTerad by Dr. W. S. L1RC0LN,
on WEDNESDAY EVEKIKG.Jaa.JI, :
jaM-M* COM. OF ARRA1HHEMKNT8. {
|Y3="WASH 1NUTON SKATINU CLUB.?There
Ixjs will be a meeting of the member* nf the Waah- i
ILrfoa Skating Club on WEDNESDAY. Feb. Sd.
l^Ja. at the Board of Trade Room*, at 8 o'clock p. m.
Biiaineux af great importance. c
tiios E wA,m7LK"2^S". r
fPIOMKKB HOME8TRAD ASSMKH ATION. \
IL3 UMtxixiD Jinm B, 1ST*. I
OFFICERS:
CHAR. CH17BCH, President. |
VM. H. CiiAUiiKTT, Vic* President. 1
JOHN B. EL.VAN8. tWretary. 1
BAM TEL BACON. Tnuirer.
i&mipx.1
E. W.BBUrr.H.B. CBOttOOM. M. 8ARDO, 1.
U*?rtiajl?C BtockhoMm wUtk*fc*M oath?*r*- !
Ill o( WtrdM. J?M*a ? |
rv^s=?A MEETINO OP THE 8TOCEHOLDEB8 1
IL? ? the WA81UMUTUM OA? LIU?T COM- t
VttT. lor the *l*ctk? o# * -- * -
e< oraiiif year, will i? h*M at thr oAca^rf thf I %
<UT, OB HokDAT. VekraarT 7. ben - '
Ik# hoar* of twvlvt ud ? ?. |
jtlHtF?fcX OHA8. B. BAILKT. Sec'r I
IChroa. and B^Mb-l [
^????
Mw?toK rt Mffc? O.H
[Correspandencf of The Star.]
fairfax oocbt Horsa, j?n. is, mo.
Kditoi St a it;?A railroad meeting was held
mUrdajr at Mi jlace, P. A. biehoaa was
t*Jl?d t? the chair, and B. K. Parr, Esq., mvi*
ccnttry. Mr. fa. Ayre stated the ohjtet of
he matHag to he to consider the feasibility of a
wad from Washington and Georgetown throuzh
he counties of Fairfax and Loudoun to Aidie,
bene* to W7 point that may he deataahia.
Ifter aa animated discussion the fullovinc
-esolutkHif) were o tie red and adopted:
prtoired, T&at raeiouowtng named gentleman
>- appointed a committee to represent this *ecjon
in a similar meeting to bo hold in Aldie:
Messrs. Ju. P. Machrn, B. Cantteld, Judge H.
9>. Thorn a*. K. H. CockertUe, Dr. Pagh, inj
V\'m- Ayre.
Rttntrfd. That we view a railroad running
rrom the cities of Washington and (Georgetown
iirough the counties of Fairfax and Loudsun
to the neighborhood of Aldie, as mi enterprise
promising the most auspicious results, for If so
located it would not onlr open to the markets of
the above named cities the products of tho most
ilmirable and richest portions of the said counties,
but also be the means of transporting the
valuable deposits of marble and other mineral*
which lie contiguous, as well as other building
material in constant demand especially in the
city of Washington.
Rttoivii, That we recommend that this road
pass through Fairfax Court-House, intercepting
the old grade of the Independent Manama* at
the most practicable point between that place
and the Potomac river, and following the same
until It meets the grade of the Loudon Branch
railrAAii* thonofl nth anM tn AMSo a* ? >
w>| ??>w " ??? duiu i vwu ?r-? vt mij
Eint a company constructing the same shall
ink advantageous. This route we deem the
moat practicable, aa it is a fhct well-known that
more than two-third* of the heavy grading, together
with nearly all the principal culverts,
ire already completed on the above-named
road, which will greatly lessen the expense in
making the same; besides, the citizens of this
rounty have already given the most positive assurances
that they will not only relinquish the
right of way, but make liberal donations in land
lor the completion of It; and these frlendl v feelings,
we are informed, are entertained by the
citisens of Loudon county.
The meeting adjourned to meet the first court
lay after the assembling of the meeting in Aldie.
ry? TO AJtT 13TS TniTuO N N 018 K U *3. - Th?
Llo( proprietors of the Whitehurst Uallery will
pay one hundred dollars for the b"st acceptable
original sketch, of a single scene, large or small, for
their Grand Comic Panorama of the Removal of th?
Capital, and liberal price* for all other acceptable
ketches or designs. whether original or selected,
?ka? k. ... -??i,?71 i?*.. ?: J n
v?u ?n wiit|ivru ?u ui wui atc-u mm roiu i MHIr*m?.
All sketches, he., should be handed in by
the Brut of February. For further particulars apply
at the Oallery. ja24 3t*
THE COMMERCIAL DKPAKTMKNT
HOWAKD UNIVERSITY
y> ill meet hereafter in the Eaat Parlor of the Congregational
Church, corner of 10th and G street*,
beginning FBI DAY EVENING. January 21, 1S70,
it's, m ; entrance on the east side.
THE MOST COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS.
For particulars see circulars to be issued.or apply
In person or by letter to A. L. BARBER,
Prin. N. and P. Dep*t of
;*M ma u i t.
jmw-a\ nmrnnivnncriny.
v^-"banjo TAUcnir by b. j. burnklL.
L5 formerly of New York city. Also, Hue tened
Ban to* made to order. Inquire of SAM. S. O. BARBOUR.
Bookseller. Stationer, and Musical Instrunent
Dealer. CS9 7th it., bet. H and 1. jal7-lm*
r^=-VV ATEB, BEG1STRA RUOFFLCK,
13 Citt Hall,
Wamujioto*, D. C., January 1,1370.
WATER RENTS for 1*70 are now due and payable
it this office. If notpaid this month, the law required
rater to be shut on and not restored until the rent,
*ith pe nalty, shall be paid.
W A T E R T A X K S.?A list of property on which any
Itpr iMtttllmAn* nf ?*<?? < #V>- I--:-? ?
?? v? "? ?.' * ??a \ h i iar ma; w?vn nainn)
shall remain unpaid on the first of Frl.rnary
?-xt will then be handed to the Col lector of Taxea
or advertisement and sale, as provided hy law.
ja7-Mt 8. R. BOND. Water Regietrar.
f^-DK. S. D. (1KAnT"8 Of KICK, for the treat
L3 ment of all Di*easeV-Dr. OBANT, No. 9*
xorth Liberty street, Baltimore. Md., will give 9HJO
f he cannot cnre Asthma. Brouchitis, Incipient <;onumption.
Shortn?fs of Breath,Catarrh, and all disasea
of the Throat and Langs, Dropsy, Dyspepsia,
travel, Gti-et, Liver Complaints, Piles, Klxama
i?ni, Scrofula. Syphilis in all forms. Nervous De ility,
Seminal W-akness, Ringing in the Ear, Dis ao*
of th* Kar. Eye. Blood and Skin, Tartial Paalysis.
Partial Deafness, Womb Diseases, Ac. Diect
I>r. S. D. URANT, 9H North Liberty street,
lalt imore. Hd. jy 14-ly
r=f"SERVIC*S IN THI UNITARIAN
L? CHUBCH on SUNDAYS, at 11 *. m., and 7*
>. m. Sunday School at tfH a. m. oc I-tf
I OH BOXEK ORANGES AND LEMONS Just
I *s\J received from Baltimore and New York?
itest cargoes. JNO. W. LUMSDON,
ja2r> *t 631 Louisiana av.. b'-t. 8th and 7th sta.
IMPORTANT TO AGRICULTURISTS.?Th.?
I subscriber ha* commenced tli*burning of SHELL
>IM E at the intersection of Virginiaavenueftnd the
anal, a?<l haa now on band a supply?the Kiln being
nm?diately on the canal It cau be conveyed away
ither by land or wat<-r.
ja*-*' JOHN COPLSON.
I > K < > A I > 11 K A I > * CO.
L> O* 1D8 to tin- lat<-uc5? of the *ea?.n. and recent
H-Une in Pr>?*? (i..wl*. we offi r our entire Stock of
?KKJ?S GOODS. K!.?nn?l?, Towel*, Liuena, Shirt>jf*.
Shotting*, UIoti *. Hosiery. Ac.. Ac., of which
re have .1 farg< ani..rtni>iit. at CREATI.Y HK
H EP PBK'ES. KUi/ant I'ari* Kid?, 91. Very
uparior Bl.uk Alpaca--. from .T!? up. Spl"ndM
'a*t Color Print*. Kic,; other* at Sc. Ble?ch?d and
iil?le?< h'-<l Mufliin, *c. tip. All I.inen Towel*,
itii rod border*. 12Kc., and a ho*t of other Article*
tually low. Call and examine.
ja * St BBUAPHEAP A CO.
TNITED STATES PATENT OKFICK,
l Wa*hisoto!i, p. C., Jannary 21.1870.
On the petition of WABBEN 8. BAUTLE.of New
rk. New York, praying for th?ext?m?ion ot a patent
ranted to liim on the 2?<1 day of April, WW, ami
!?*tiej on the l*th dar of Mnv. 1W for an iuinr.??
ient in Machine for Sowing FntWttri:
It i? ordered that the te*thn<?ny in the ciiim he
lotted on the i(?d day of March next; that the time
r filing argument* and the Examiner* report be
mited to the lat day of April uext, and that aaid pe
Itlr.n be heard on the Cth day of April noxt.
Any per??n may oppose this/?t?ng1<m
bamu*iTh. ?*hheb.
jaJ6-law3w Ovmmiaaoner of PMrnti.
Mi A N I) ELIKKS ANT* OTHKB GAS FIX
./ TIKES.
The largr-at and m<>?? varied collection of GIIjT
ndBKONZE EIXTUKESev- r brought to this city. .
'or sale at manufacturer*" price*.
ALEX. B. SHKP1IERI) ft BBOS.,
j* 25 lw BIO Pennsylvania avemi*.
1*7 c LY?:ETT.
W BOOKBINDER AND PA P ER KULBR.
10. 1012 Pennsylvania avenue, between 10th and
11th Htreeta, Booth aide.
Rx>ks elegantly or plainly bound. Periodicals
nd newspaper* carefully attended to. ja2T> ly
pi AN OS AM>"oBUAN8.
Just received two more of the CELE-?
n a ITVTk W/ktJ 0 r? ? a %'<iu i .
inn ij.ii ? iron riaauB.wuitn c ^p^'IV^n
nr swTtm<iit. AI m> four PABLOR OB HI ill
iANS.froni S. I). A U . W. Smith, ami other liivtiaae
maker*, at prices and term a that cannot fail to
rovo satisfacton . Call and examine them at
JOHN P. ELLIS'
j? S4-.1t 3rt6 Henn. Aveuue, near 10th St.
IQ ,
PASI8 KID GLOVE DEPOT, ff
SM PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Bttteeen Ninth and Tenth Sirteit.
We open to-day (M<>n<lar, January 3-j,) 1??? dozen
eautituluuality PAK1S kibGLOVES in White,
light. Medium and Black, with one and two button ,.
?y<tDR STOCK or GLOVE* for the Opera,
tails, Receptions, Ac., is now very fall and cornlet*.
LADIES and GENTLEMEN will find jaat inch 1
L'lors and sixes as they uiay want by applying early
i the weeh. ja?4-5tif
^RICKLAYINU.
RANGES, LATJIOBES, PL'BNACES,.BAKE
VENS, STEAM WORKS in general,and all kiui*
f JOBBING attended to at the shortest notice.
REPAIRS for all kinda of Kanma L&trobes.
Onto* left at PEEIL'S (More, No. 713 7th I
tre^t, or at nijr re*kleuce, 6th street above L, M. W.
ia!8 eolia* J.O. MARKS.
^ Iff. BRAOLET * BOHR,
STEAM MARULE WORKS,
PENNSYLVANIA AVKNUK.
letween 1Mb aud 19th ate* west, WaahJmton, D. 0,
IANUEACTUKEBS OF MONUMENTS, MAN
TLK8, ke.
MFORTER8 OF MONUMENTAL FIGURE
AND GARDEN STATUARY.
Marble for BUILDING PUBP0SE8, at the Low t
Katee. da 13m
[Z1DWBLL A HKKDXB80H,
tV DIALKK* IS
rLook" and tablb oil"cloths,
?.4WJ22feSEfc.?.>
All woit It tkilr Una BtMlt ineaitd la tAaatty
rcowntfy. at aSort aotfoa, and am fldarata tanas.
^olb agency rob th1 di8tbict,
DUFOBTTI CILBBIATID FOWDEB,
LI Btora of T. A. bitch IE, Fomat Ball, ttaotaaTiMt
left In box at atora
( WM. WHKLA.B. Bp. BIO T atraet.or wltt Mr.
V. M. BITCH IB, at ?4Bca nt W. B. WmI, Arehttaet,
a aaaac baUdta*. win ba wwHlr flUad. nol-4tf
WHILE OTHIM A BR P1HPU ^b
HI (ilKU UK OLD STUCK, HI
jut opened * Urg* uaortSMnt of aw
BOOTS AVD SHOtS,
a<MlliiiglkM eheaner tfcan other* oflMw ?u
tock. Brar hi mi*4 tier neither mark roodTumor
i?d, but nil them at regular ?'n?l? ftSm
Leepia* one of the largest stock of Booti, jhow ui
iuitn mtil mdM, vuctiot*111 find to www m
eprmentM]. OIt* them ? call before ptrokailiu^
oa will ftud ft mt1b? of IB at* cent. " 0
tfTBAsBOBOBB BBOH.
4
HELM BOLD.
HELMBOLB.
HELM BOLD.
HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLD.
HCLMBOLDS FLUID KXTBAUt BUCHU U
l>l*aaaot in tact* aod odor, free from all iajurioaj
properties. ud immediate is iU actioo.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
11BLMB0LD-8 EXTRACT BUCHU gives health
and rigor to the frame and bloom to the pallid cheek.
Debility u accompanied by many alarming ?ymptoms,
and if no treatment U rabmitted to, coniomp
tion, insanity, or epileptic fits eneve.
HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLD.
^HELMBOLD.
HELM BOLD.
BKLMBOLD* EXTRACT BUCBU and IMPROVED
ROSE WASH cores delicate disorders In
all their steles, at little expense, little or no chance
of diet, no inconvenience, and no exposure. M U
pleasant in taste and odor, immediate in its action,
free from all injurious props rties.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
OUV11U.
BUCttU.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
FOB MOM RETENTION or INCONTINENCE
of Urine, irritation, inflammation, or ulceration of
the bladder or kidneys, diseases of the prostrate
glands, stone in the bladder, calculus, gravel or
brick-dust deposits, and all disease* of the bladder,
kidneys, and dropsical swellings,
L>E HELMBOLD S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU.
HELMBOLD.
i
HELM BOLD.
HELMBOLD*
HELM BOLD.
HELM BOLD.
HELM BOLD.
HBLMBOLD.
HELM BOLD.
ENFEEBLED AND DELICATE CONSTITUTIONS,
both rif?, us" UELMBOLDS EX
TRACT BUCHU. It will (five brisk and energetic
tellings. and enablo you to sleep well.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
BUCHU.
THE GLORY OF MAN IS STRENGTH. There
[ore, the nervous and debilitated should immediately
use HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU.
HELMBOLD.
H ELM BOLD.
HELM BOLD.
HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLfi'B FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
It a certain cure for diseases of the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, QRAVEL, DROPSY,
ORGANIC WEAKNESS, FEMALE COM
PLAINTS, GENERAL DEBILITY.
and all diseases of tko
URINARY ORGANS,
whether existing in
HALE OR FEMALE,
rrom whatever cause originating, and bo matter of
HOW LONG STANDING.
Diseases of these organs require Uie as* of a diu
?WMV.
If no treatment it (ubmitted to, CoMomption or
Inaaaity majr enane.
Our Fleah and Blood an anrported from thesa
ources, and the
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS,
and that of Posterity, depend upon prompt oae of a
reliable remedy.
I '
HELnOLBl UTBACT BUCHU,
Kotalillahad upward*of Nineteen Taars, Prepared at
MLTO AW CHEMICAL WAJLEH0U1E,
494 BROADWAY, ud
104 SOUTH TENTH ST., PHILADELPHIA,
SOLD BY DBUOGirni EYEBYWHBBE,
PB1CE 90.30 FOB SIX BOTTLES, OB 91.33
PEB BOTTLE, Mirmd to ur Mdrai.
NONE ABB OSHUIMB
Bleu dons tip in iteol enRrmyed wrapper, with ffcetiaaU*
of mr 1'hilfw?w 11 tIimi!
J*26 d*wlf H. T. HKLHBOLD.
WANTS.
WANtjES CM*bl^ V<?TKrOTUK IN KLO?'l
Tlt>N. If ifcj i Mil l*(? rM. Call or <!.4-BNo
ltinMill.,1^. PniJyirt? jl. St
IV" * *TF ! I mpilli ' COOK,i whit*.I NaM
n> ><4 a#pir but (Mr who ar* hwrhlr r<oflpf
1Io!ylaxteKf'.C?trf?4 *>uth.i'mMo'
\4/ANTKI? - riv* III KOOLSCO
?? PAtiXS OF COPTI NO PO*B. Incl^ * r *?t
?t?p *>r r plr. 44tlr-?- own Ijaii IwriUiK
>A*rr.i, ycKiiKEB.t; ? . n 1 i?*
WANTED-A SITr^tlOM, by a i"t-cl??
White Oo<>k, who n?ier?t*iiis *11 kin of
French ami Kngtiih rooking. Apply M. E., Wo.
4 lfi (old nuralier) Mass ?trng<-. near . th ?:. It*
\Vr ANTM>?Hy >>h. tot, PI RNISHED HtHJ"*
*' or Knmfshed Ho-mi* raiuMc for iMHMtkeeplnff.
Careful tenant, anil good ref-renceagiTen. Central
or Mftcrn *<rtlo* of the oily pnwir?l. Addr??
'S>rr?H FamilyStar office. It*
YV ANTED?A jfoum.lady, au orphan and doponv
* dent. desires a SITUATION. aU?>er in the citr
or countrj . in a f unily where *!? will l>e received a?
one ottha lamily, with a n?.*ler?te salary. Tearhaa
iMti in iital and vocal mn?ic and mdiment* >f Ki{
lUh. Be-^t ol reference* given. Address ORPHAN.
Baltimore. Md. jaX-tt*
VVr ANTED?A< WOMAN TO DO FLAIR SEW
? ? 1NU; must be fast I'M F CRN I All EI) ROOM*
FOR RENT. Call at 4W 10th stinet,near Peno'vlyania
avenue^ j?* it*
WANTKl)-IU?OMS permanently, and BOARD.
" by two single gentleman; bath r ->oni. ho? and
cold water. Price dearly stated. Reference* exchanged.
Addreas W. E., Box 701. City F. ?*. jaJVS*
HOI SE WANTED?Ot ? or * ri?M4. betw<?>n U
and O and 4th and 10th street*. N. W. R nt
must be low. Call at or address No. Iu40 7th?tre*t,
N W. j?2V.tt
A YOUNG UKNTLEXAN DKSIKE'S BOARD
in a pleasant private fnaiily. Beat ot reference*
K" en. and good price paid. Address C. L., Rmku
. Btxth Auditor's Office. ja? 3t*_
%*/ANTED? In a small family, t? do h>>us-*work.
" a WHITK GIRL. City reference re^nired.
Apply at liUS K St..bet. 12ih and Uth. jaSl St*
WANTED?ROOM and BOARD for a gentleman,
wife, and infant?simple c <nifortiof a h me ,|e irable.bnt
$43 per month must be the limit. Ad
dree* Btoroflke. jaM-at*
WANTED?Three intelligent MEN, to engage in
alight outdoor bu'inees. C?nstaut_<nipl >y
mem. Appiy at u?>m lu. Wastuiuilou Huil<lin<.
from 8 to ? a. m and S t?5 p. m. jaltJt* I
ANTBD-A Rood COOK. WASHER an4
I BOM MB. None need apply without good r*f
erenco?. Wages #11 per month. Apply to Mo. T1
Dumbarton street, Georgetown, D. C. ja24 roSt*
W" lit!D?A Ooob tWBTABLE UAKdIT
MKK. Apply to J.B. CLAGETT, 7th -tr-et
road, near Brlgntwood. ja2I 7t*
OU8E WANTED? Small, well contracted and
centrally located; price fJ.nw) to 93.000. Apply
t the BOOKBINDERY, 310 Wth street. jail ?t*
%B7AMTKD?Oae hundred tone CAST SCRAP
T* 1R<>N, at ?l.tt per hundred, at WHITE A
BROS'. Iron Fouudry, *23 Maine aTenae. between
4S and 6th streets. ja tl St"
WANTED?To purchase from ?5 to 35.W*'
worth of SECOND HAND KIR ITU RE, for
which I will pay the highest ca*h price.
WALTER B. WILLIAMS,
jan-Sm No. 739 7th street,between U arid H.
llJANTED-Colt's RBVOLVERsTRemington's
11 PISTOl.H Hiaiu-n'i Ht -
RIFLES, in good or bad order. t'uB CASH or exchange
for Pocket Pistol*. Apply to HEMPLER'S
Optician Store. National Hotel.
fc^OLD^OLD and SILVER WANTED. ja* ly
WANTED?Families breaking up housekeeping
or removing from the city, to know that they
can dispose of tneir Fl'BNlTLRE without the
trouble or expense of an auction, by aridres?iug H.
LEVY, 464 Peun'aavenuts aontheMt comer Wth
street. deU-liu*
WANTED? Ladi<>s to know that they can buy
Wilcox ft Uibbs' SEWING M ACHINE on the
most easiest terms. For its simplicity and noiseless
working, it is pronounced the b?nt Sewing Machine
in the world. Agency at C. BAl'M"S II ?>r
skirt and Corset Factory, 613 7th street, between 1)
and B. de 8
\MJ ANTED?To rent or buy. or rent with privilege
?? of purchasing, from ON* TO TEN ACHES OF
LAND, unproved, near Washington. Address, stating
location and price, A. B. C., Star Office. oc 1
II* 8. Jl'STH PAYS FAIR TASH PRICES FOR
1J. LADIES' GENT'S AND ('HILDKEN S
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING. UNDER CLOTHING,
ROOTS, SHOES. Ac.. 413 ?th street, b?tween
D ainf E streets, third door from Young M<*n's
Otirixtiin Association Hiiiltliug. A. B.?Ary Nott
by Mail fromrtl* AtUmded To. my 4 ly*
LOST AM) Fonvn
LOST?Near Providence Hospital. Capitol Hill.*
wliito POOPLK JI P. A "Uitaklf reward will be
Siren it returned to the Metropolitan Kailroad of
ce, Capitol Hill. It*
I(tb1 -On evening,the -?<U in*t.,either
-t in the K Btreet ?'ar? or n?ar the Capitol, a ptir of
OPKKA GLASSKS.marked "J F. II." The flnder
will be tuitably rewarded by leaving them at .114 K
street. ja2a it
I UHT-L&iit Saturday, a NKW roUMDLAMD
A 1>00. black, with the exception of a small white
spot on the breast: had on a collar with owner'
nnnir. A nuitaMe reward will be K'veu if returned
to 1993 Pennsylvania avenne. ja2*> 2t*
LOUT?Strayed trwni the tml>?crtber. living on 7th
?tr<"et. near the park Hotel, on Mondsr, Jan.
17th, a B?1 HL KKALO STKEK; large ear*. A lih?ral
reward will be paid for his return to WILLIAM
1). BELL. JtS ft*
r ?>.. ..... ? ! -
I V?'?. VII imiiun; iiui^ n?-t, *?u 'J U'"l.
*-A Carrcll Ball and Kth i<tr? t. a Black Merino
SHAWL. A auitatd* reward will tie paid if r?*tura>-<i
to Pr. DBAPEB, 1909 Pa. are.
LOST?Thin morning, bet. 1<J and 11 o'clock, on
Pjl av?.. I? Bt., or 7th ?t., a large POCKET
ISOOtrconUtimng a check of fll*> and vnlu-tble pa
pers; ft I so, betwteu 8M aud 3M in ui<>uuy. A reward
of ?25 will be given if return'"*! to the stir
office, jalK-tf
IOST?On the 27th in?tant. a ladie* unialT POUT
J MOSN.'.IK. c< nlaining about ij?2.1. c<'ii*i*iiu>{ <?t
two new tens ju?t fsraed, Balance in i.ther bill* and
change;-dat? writt?*n lntdde, "Oct. The finder
will rweivs a lilwral reward by ddreMim; K. P.
ItB'iV, N Jt SON,corner iiew York avenue au>l 1Mb
street. de 29
r>/\ t n rvt*T/v
-DU-aiVL'li* Ij.
BOARD?Kirnt rlniw B?>AK1? anil w?-H fnrni?h"d
KUUMS, at ??> p<*r month. Ouc Ur?i) l*arl<>r
B?'d ItiHini npon mod-rate trrmn, at 3*9 3d *t. w?*t,
coreer Indiana arfnn". j*21-t>t"
BOARD?FlnuMtit rrKMII?IIRI> ROOMS, with
UOAKI). Alxo, TABLE BOARD. At W:i U
ktrwt, corner Mb. wJI Bt*
IjURKlSHfcD BOOMS TOE BKNT?With or
without BOARD, at No. 49S Pcnn*yWanift **?
nne, near 3d. Boarding at the wine place, 05 p*r
week. jyW
jMKST CLASS BOARD, WITH PLEASANT
.F FRONT BOOMS, to be 1ji?1 on reasonable terms,
at 1119 K street. bet. 17th and lath,* abort walk frxn
most of the public offices jjrK tf
UKVKUAL K.XCKLLENT ROOMS FOK KKNT.
m at No. b 4>? itrv?t. with BOARD. ocUS tf
BUSINESS CHANCES. .
OR SALE-TEA STORK in Alexandria, V*. A
good chanci> for any one with a small capital to
engage in a profitable business. Good reaaoaa given
f- r selling. Inquire at 1005 Pennsylvania avenue,
between loth and 11th Ktreets. jai*-St*
r|<OF BlUUY FOB SALE?Meariy now and in
1 auul condition, suitable for a doctor. Also, a
modern Black Walnut BEDSTEAD, MATTRESS,
FEATHER BOLSTER and TWO PILLOWS, not
long since new. Apply at once, as the owner is leaving
the city, at Mr.-KING'S, first hcuae through
H-Htw. Toll-gate, Bladenaburg road. ja2S Jt*
F^OK 8A LECHEAP?-i SULKYTA N^T 1; 1OAR'
BlAtiE POLE, with straps; 1 TOOL CHEST,
with TOOLS f>r model mak'-r- 1 WORKINtt
ltlK'I'll II X V IMII-JTi
cniplete ?n<l lull of Dm*?. a r?rjr hmi.lv thins Tor
a c< mil try household. ln?iuire ini mod lately at 3 (old
No.) 6th *tr<-<t west, near T. ja2S-ti;*
FOB SALE CHEAP.?A second-hand SAIE.
Too Hiiull for pn sent owner * use. Iwjuire at
the Evening War Office. ja 2fl-tf
Qln finn have BEEN LEKT WITH^IE
V1 "jUUU for investment in deferred real estate
note* iuiJ city scrip.
B. V. TtOWNM AS.
K 'al Kirtate Broker,
j* 2T; 4t Intelligencer Building.
P O B 8 A L S .
BABE BUSINESS OPPOBTFNITT.
_ A fln>t:cl?8s CONFECTIONERY. ICE CREAM
BAJL.OUH and RESTAURANT, situated on Penn
t-vlvania avenue. in one of the best buxinesH ?]uar*-<.
1 lie NUktukmi'nt ia complete aa regard* stock, far
niture, fixtures, horses, wagons, Ac. la d >ing the
largest and moat lucrative trade of the kind in the
city. The runt ia low. with a long leaae upon the
property. Terma will be made easy and immediate
possession given. To a party seeking bnsiness this
vflrra rare inducements. Further particulars will
be furnished upon application to
HAYENXER. AISTROP A CO.,
jt 15-St corner 7th at. and Louisiana are.
ijM)!K SALE-STOCK and FIXTURES of V small
r corner grocery, doing a good bnaineaa. Apply
at Star office. jtl* K
AH PHYSICIAN'S BUGGY FOB SALB.-U ia
I atrong and good, and haa mat baenput in excellent
or?l*r. May be seen at PAYNEfTComch Factory,
Pennaylrania arenne. Price, |N. jalt-eo3t*
FMOR SALB-Firat claaa BARBER SHOP, cm
trail) located in the city; aplendid location for
baths; leaae on the pluce;'mo?t aatistactory reasons
r... . i- ? i? ?- ?*
IVt IF*- "Ul. iu<(uirr no. an rmn. ite., i
(new number 4*?4) BW 6th itwM. jtM-H'
FOB SAL??Entire OUTFIT of Tent Landing
fiahimt Hbore, cotnpri?in* Boat, Met nr. Bopaa,
Cork*,(our Capatana, ttogahcaila, Barrel* and booking
I'tmrfli complete. Inquire of B?PBB A
HlCHEUSON. Utn xtrcet Mat. near tha Navy Taxi
It ridge. j* UW
F0? SALE?Three valuable PATENTS. for caah
or re?l wUto. Addreaa BDWABD EITZEl,
1733 P<tin?ylTMii? avenue, Washington. j*8
1J*OB HALE?A aplendid boxer or saddle rv
HOB8E:yonng;aoua4 and ktad; at atablea
of J. B. OLCOTTA m>K?.athatre?i. j?M?* S*7\
FOR 8ALK?A ?air of BAT HOUU
well matched, 7 J em old, eound, kind rv
nod tplrited. jL2T$l
Also. Double Harneaa, Single ditto, Blnn
kAlif^wmUl'V^tcHj C*rr1?*e. Apply to Colonel
H. P. CDMTlBt SB Wlnd?r'? Building, Seventeenth
treet. jaJD-lm*
f UUADWOHL, 1 ld? 7th (treat, bat ween Land
FOR SALB AND REST. j
^Rwiyiiti' (IK i^r
*i^k^PIS b j, '* *"
CpO& Krflh-A MHi'K H"l7SS.r.>iii?inin*'' nr '
F !* ? < <-?U?r, hv4rMt In ywt-M > ?il*
Sill *r<*'t JHwM t ud 0 4li i l? In jnir- n-x?
? * K?M, |S i? rfHii'>' jiJC St*
14 UB Bkfl l-DClti. II* !>t .?.? .
r lia<w??pt? ai.l H xaniiiiMm r>?m? ??ul
watar Arr'l at MATH L ^l UITT 8 LumVr
Iird.Mh (., H. W.. war P?i?. w?. jUUm'
FVOK RCKT-TRRKB NTAT1.T riRMUHKIi
K(io|s imulU fur hiMuxkwiiuf, |S iu ?i
thic*? two tor in CoiivMutni to ?-<-t 4 tk?l>?
BirUi.rnt* W?rw?i iMiril-li-. Apply ?t l*?ll
K ftrwt, l ?tw?n Itth Mxi Nth. jtti 3t*
PIK RiRT.-Hivlu o?r after t > ?h?
flr<t I1i?r we nfltr tor ri-iit th? F1SK Kt^X4,
?-npi?l l>y m t< i r??ai oAra.on thtwenod
floor. Suitable for lawj>Tii.<l?U?r? ?>r claim l
a?*nt? JOSHI'A WHITNEY * < '<?
jaSMt 199 7th rt.. b?4.4) M*1 H
F'&w* "? *? jm* m" - P
frd M *r^t? l",)U' ? i sri
^uhrkst-^^1 ""
* K<H>M* auiUM* for office ??r nl^pinif roo?a.
Over HOOD'S jewelry ator*. conw <>f r-aii?yl*?n?*
MMMud llthatraet Inquire i?thf?tor?. iW
f|*OR RENT-HOl'Kl Ho S?*J
Nrw York aveune mmI l.?r ?ni?.??Wtn l r?>;
Ui?li and bnlthf. Ttry tr?r Tr??f-ury. Prx-e tti
iii advance. _ i?& St
F9B BKMT-& small BKI< k mouse. con
tamins four rooms, aituated No. 7*4 II ?treet
?f?t. IkiTHmui aveaue mm! U rtr?t. Ap
ply at So. S?3 U *t M. ?1 aadMirta. j*?ST
1?LF.QAHTLY Fl EMlfHin KOOMS. with or
i without BOA RI>. tuitaHe for i,mWr? 1 < >n
jrre?s, at 40A New York itmnr lietw.-en 15th atvl
Hth. Kltblr ?n<( nrriMr houir, if ilinirM. jtr It"
CKLLAK roK OK Ath AM)
I street. A fine <lry cellar aixty t^-t long with
three wmdowa. near Norther* Market. Knjntre at
the store at. jtB tt*
FOR KENT?A Bice :.t,.rjr BKH K llocsK.s I
I riM-um and summer kitchen, only S square* ..f
Department". No. 417th ?tr>-et, Hwoni K tni)
L. itent #1?"> in advance. luquire at fc ui n R?.tan
rant. 81" K St.. Wl. lUh anil lSlhats. j?g 21*
TB(I PHoTOURA PH KRS?For went OALLKKT
in Georgetown upon ground floor: in the bosi
n**s eection, established seven ye\rs; doing a e "-d
busiueaa. Rent nndi-rat*; |US will buy fittiri.
O. w. COOPER, T? Dwtbtrtw <wt. jaZJ Im*
Luxurious private apartment^ or a
lady leaving the country will he rented for a
lew months to re?p?n?ibl' party. Reception *n I
be.I room common ieatinf; private entra?r<* .servant
in attendance. On application at/io. 91 tl Vermont
avenue particular* obtained. j*Aj .it *
'|^0 let?One SINULK and one ImiTbLK r<VOX .
M nicely furnished. Location very desirable. and
Board convenient. Inquire at 19UV Pennsylvania*
avenue. jal? .it*
FOR RENT?Hoi>K on H street. between >*h
and 7th streets. No. iU'i. adjoining House N '
631. Alao. HdFHB No. 8fi9,i>? I), near 15th ?t.
Inquire of T. WBLKLKR. No. 4M6th str??t. n-sr
F. >aJ4 eo4t"
t^nUuil * *? Hi.' - ?
r vBK.ii.i-bAii?ri ?>n a ninr centrally (nr?lwl
in Pennsylvania a??nin, aotith ?M?; ?plendid J
Store. raiUMi* for am wholesale or r"tail to- I
baceoaist, rcttaurant. etc. Address L Z . Star of c
to*. jaM-eolt* r
fpoK KKNT-Th^DWKLLINUHoDSKNo l?- *
Pi'iiu*f Wania itftinc.lifiwwii and 6tU ?t? #
consisting of two house* in >??? . To rood tenant ?
tp! y moderate term*. Apply at JW8 I street.c mer
ja2? I
14*OB KEST?-One" of iho*e~ pleasant TT \OK< '
i.earcorner 7th and I afreet*. I-land. at !? per _
month. inquire at Mi p. BRIG HT W kLL 'S Gr.x-.-ry ^
Store, 2d door from said rorner. jk?2 tf
FV.R RtNT-fwo pleasant third story KO<>M< 1
(furnikhi'd,) in a priTatf tain:iy. B.mu.1 can t> had
in the neighborhood. Iiiiuiru at So. HO* M ^
street. Refwnces e*< hannM. ja 2 11
l/nR SALE?Ureat IxrauM. tkn* llttl'Mt* I
r -OO, three HOl'SKS ? 1.1 OO. our HOI Si" 1
$30 per month; oue $:??<? d >?n to per ui nth. y
THOS. E. W AUG A MAM, *
jaK Cf 21U 7th street, opposite P. O. ^
LvO?f KKNT-IIIHSU'l-KN 1*11 KI>. *?.*; TS t
I ki iimskkh *>iji.?i<j ?4n. i
9io. % >i, $io,t 11 * i?
THOS. E WAGU AM AS, 1
519 7th 'trM.o^nritf P. II. 1
E*OK KENT? A R??od Yotu ro m H' >t>K *?itb -urn?
mer kitchen, woodshed and J. .uM-- I->t large
enonsh for garden; hv fruit free*. Ac . and is on-* of 1
the li:o?t pleasantly |.-at?d hou?"? in I ni >nt--wn 1
To b-ii?e and iret term* call nt the n-?<lt>n. e b
.1II111 A UM Rl I ELUt KVJ.i corner Of J?<k?? t?
and Priiic*'atra-tis Union town, D. C. ja?2 tf a
|?OR RKNT-T?* Miiall fafffily with on children. ?
r fi>nr 1 I'KMSHKl) ROOMS. two front and two
buck <>u tii>t and arc*>od floor, with very c<>n??*ni tl
I'ttcf for h.?u*?*k'-epiug: thf parlor and bed < liamtxr ?
arc t-Wantlr furnished witb complete wt* ol walnnt.
green rep and marble top, and all other pie-e? of I
fnrniture r?-.|iii?ite for a r.r?t cla?? parlor an.'. bed ]
chamber. the hcUM- ia a tbr>?> pt<>ry brick wifh li p
rutm*. with (pui and water and all other otatniriirw i,
location delightful; No. *04 K street. frmtinit tb- _
park, fconth aide ?t strict one block fr#m 7th street
car*: rent i>iO per n.. iith. in a?i?ati< lh-parl i: J
and l>ed rhaidt'i r will lx> rented ?eparat* if de- J;
Hired. jaK St* *
L'OK SAl.E ?1?K>II?KN< K 7 11 H Mr--:, l-lw--. 1
a Tlh and ->th. Cheapeat house and bent location '
in city. ja3l-.H* J
L^CK RENT?A fine, lar^e KlKtM
I 7th utiwt, Iwtmwij B anil K Will he r??n 1
cheap. lnnufreat SIL\KRlifcRt, SToy an I Kanoy
btow. 313 7th ?t..b?l. P* we. ??d 1? wt. j*-l tl
Awbll h kmshkdTnim'oxkoktahlk i
HUl SK FOR REST?In s fine. healthy neigh
horho?d,at 2(111 G street, bctwwn 3?th and 21*1 .
ntr<ft?. Call hrtwm ita4 NbVlock t. m. rnW-lm '
rr*H IKILf ffUMBED < <?MMI Nl v
1 C'ATINti L<?<tMS?Parl>r and b<-dr.>m?tor l;
rent. Imiaire *t *29 "tli ittc*t, telwifu II and 1 l<
etf. jalfllt*
I^OR RENT?New and el'gant furninhed ROOM*.
niuMe Tor a in~?; parlor* ami bedr-.msat ,,
t?i lull; tine and healthy location. Ai->> coaveni?*nt (l
to the flreet ran. Apply at No HOT il at. jaH-2w
l^OR SALK OE rknt-hj AM K Hal SK. with X
static. $31 p.-r n. nth in t lvatK' . If sold, one
f. urth c??h. 1611 6th street. between U and K I
treet*. ja 1*iawtt*
yoR RKNT?Two eight-room BBlOlTHurslCS. T
I on btiwivn Ittli and 15th ?treet*. tra? and J
water; ? P<t month. Two tour room Illil'sES. I *
612 per month, lixjutre corner of 6th etreet and J'
M vtarhnMttf :iy?-nue. of ?
ja l?-aw Pk TAN BOG AM. ?
L^OK RENT? The whole or in ?'?>aiat*1 ROOMS J
1. the upper pari i.l No?. 31 and 3V 4*? at., ?old I
number lone door ol the crner of Penn a?e. for- I
RMrll oecnpied hy the O. A O. C. O.; suitable for anr d
l a-Nine* or dwelling. Apply to 8. GOLl>bTKIN o
A CO., Bn V' l*. j*!7 tf
J,H'R SALE UK TO-LKT7 |
Si* id tho*r comfortable eUht room HOr^ES. r?m *
t?initgall the nx-d-ni iinpro*ementp. ?irukt<-d ou
lltlistrwt ea*t, n:.d known a? PhtindMphia How. (
The properties hate been thoroughly repaired, aud .i
are fully a? good a? new. Apply to
THOMAS M. PLOWMAN, ?
jal7-1m ttth aud I> Ktreeta. <j
j^ott SALE OK to LLT. i
A M'MBEH OF THOSE BEAl'TIFl'L VILLAS,
Located ou Moddard. in-ar Washington at., ?? **
t' Wn. The attention of parties 1< -iring to hu> or
rent i> called to tlieae propertin a< l.-ing among the I
tuoHt eligible.in the lHatrict. Term* to ?uit purcha 1
r'mgriciuuiU. Ap|<i t" IV 11, l>< >1 KNk t LATTA.
?ixi THOMAS 51. PLOWMAN.
jal7 lm 9th and I? Nttv^ta. J
F^OR RENT?The four at. >nr PWKLLIK" H?. 1
93 Iiiiliana avenue, furuiehed or UH(urnUli"<l. c
Aprlf"?tti' prmrtsM. jais-tf I
Fun KENT OB t*Al>K-? 1
A umrt ?1 n-w BRK'K HOCSK. 11 I
ro<?)?: luitv* p.irl?r. 8 fed hall; lMtlrro->ra; (a*
m l vtlur. <>u P-unnylrnnia avena?, in western part
of the city. Terau ren?i>oat>l?. .
MASON k OAMPBKLL,
K'-al Eatiic Ag?nU. '
jais-tf C->rn<r of 7th and K streets. *
11 O U S K M KOH 8 A L K. j
liKll'K HOl>K. 12 room*. corner 11th aM M ]
rtrcetn, Oae. water, brick table. Lot HW fwt J
Qtiarf. I
BRK'K HOUSE. SO rooms, en north xiJ? t utr^t. 1
rear Kl>l>itt UnlM> lliit ami r.ikl > !<*. rnmm. Af T
Locattua desirable. c
BRICK BUDM- Mmotn*. I itrM. hrtwwn IStk
and Uth ctriftii. north Hat an.l e*ld Wilfr f
va*. marble mantel* and ba?in?; furnace in cellar; f
tabic, Ac. LotSl> by MS. f
BRICK HOUSE. 10 room*, wide hall, and r?llar. 1
ffrx dlot. Marxian,! avenue, betweea 1Kb and kith tret-ts.
Very cheap. i
Also. __ '
Several other fine BRICK and Mnall FRAII
HOUSES. well located. In difrrmt part* of the city,
MAS WW A CAHPB LL, t
Real Estate Kgt+in,
jalS-tf Corner of Tth and f ?tn<ei?. I
REMDENCE FUR BALE ON ELEVENTH k
STREET, BETWEEN H AND II STB. ,
We ofler tor n1? a HOUSE of IS rava. fiiwti?
the beaatitai open ?iaare of Mrs. Varaaai, oa the
followiac favorable condition*:?Prfce f 7 JOll; BUM
6>wn, and the remainder at # amonth, with ia- <
reat. Or a leas valuable property, either I ai proved I
or uuini^rovud. will be takaa aa IM payment, and
TUe houim )umi thrm atortoa tad Imml tw I
florf back baildtac. modrrn Immwi ?t?. tad w?lt
t^lbMfur t lanca Mir. It mom ml* for |N
p?rwo?h. JOfHUA WtllTIBT A CO.. .
OU Mo. IH 7th <wH, [
I/O& IUMIT OB BALI?fenall MAKKKT PL AC*, a
JT S3 acraa, adj?iniuc BUdaosUarf; large Vraaaa 4
ItwelUng. wnh r*n??. hot aud rolU water; pump in
jhj^tSp!nuS?ni?M ! ? "j
litatM in T!rfinl?. S'? n>U?? froa Uk Uaataet.
Thiafam aoutilus aU tto luwriaa wit hi* aaa?u. (
ImUc* it vary d??iral<W for dairy or Market ftra. !
The w hole to wtlu?4 witl gaod l^roe, <rnaa linna
and all mci?rr ?tt b?iUiiw>. Laqatro at Mo. .
333 lttth itmt, eoraar of K Hint. i
ja? !m* J. H. KMOTT. J
rpo MXMBKK8 OF OOMOKBMI OR OTHBB8 .
I wbotat?dtii?;^niiig will fcad m% rerr pit 3
rb*. new. Wd^andsoiCKUOEil. front and back 2
parlor. (Hniin roan and kitchen and two bod i?n 2
CAS!*?? ^-^??~??ar :
i
?
FOB BALM AND KENT.
IfOK UkT-Ttir^ *?4
r ijm VM fijsrr- * *i T
ritt wiUi aU tW Bitim tmp* > ?*?*? nl M<M
MMVtW Mm r-o? rtd *?l rl - 'vl
t.>*. ! ?* i?? i MM(, uwum rr%..ki-?
Nw- "'tr mv '*r ! '
fKVtKBBMT-rBAai K<>r?K. gtoam f ?r
nww. wttl. m M?yin? W? ** . b*
)?<? N??r jonev ml N -tk f ?r t?< ?lro??
Krm tltM rr ?<?th U?air* at W V J>?M*
llttrtfM ;?v; u
14*OK RKNT-Twa HKlii MMl l?nr*
r M.>r?; Mf 17 II . * BY S Pa ?a? ?
a?niir nf?r?St?n*f.l?Ji?4
ALHI. foK EEKT ok i.K\*K.
MPHIHO I. AHMM; Md <"*? *<?
n#. <xi tb? T t rifw. mw Fort V?<hiui.?,
kr ?r %? To'ij H ill Ftshiatf fh >r? *t?r? !?n I ? .*?
Atplyto H !?
) ?> lid* INN.mtw.M i)|iii4*hM
a/?ESWMV ssrawKJtoa
N two d...*?? ? ? .4 14th l.m> . ?r?
It ootMh. Km ril*olt>- l>ark ??*iM ?*?. nl b
In ftfti mi HiffM* I ? ?!? >u Th pr mi
vtll Iw >|f>vn mi* tiir* ?T?r oV1?wfc r m ?? 1m*
LMK K*.NT-Tbr.~ *..17 HUM K. h 411 l.tfc
I wwl, U r>?? I -i4i? b*ih r ?>oi pMlri ??l
vllur, iw an I w?l?-r lhr >?f)u>at tH* h n?- I* >?
>1 <k "t Apply to r ( HI' HII1'itn?
* ja * tf
L't 'K KI.\T-I||>1 >K HI r ?.nm ?? 1.11 Mf?
r ?it? * tltarri'* II >t?l ?n.! r*<?*r th? I * Tr~*m
try. mic <4 ib<- li??l loiatk?? in tk* cilf ! >' 11>^4
l??rdin* Im *l lllft C ?t. '*! Kr*
KENT?Willroc A WIM* KKWIHO Uh
r < H IN K. tH- ~ I? at, I I ? !< ?
r^tj'ut >if imH ??r ?>I4 'Xi r-?- ???> l? vn*
U tlM It \l M " < .r*l an l II ?>p >k'fi la.
lorr. TtlSutrrrt. N'lwp p u4 I. i tt
LMR KKKT-I ?t ?... ?. KMXNKIi
r with or witiiut It ?rd. at 3.!7 l'--uu?> >> ?*.?*
iTfnar. ppoutt* th? Mrtr.Hita H tr|
j?itt h ti<*rr4
h'OR KE*T-HOl>K tt'.'V <J .tr~f. i??ar ih- Pa
t?nt Ofll<~'-. r.>ot*intnc H' r -in*. ??t. r ?n.1 ***,
t>'l; fiuiiilM. Inoairrtt II Bom l<.ti? t???.
hH?r? ri KNisiiKH p\ki.<?r- ? m m:?r
at.'l * HKI' f >T r*nt ? cMi^r .?r ?'p?*
if.. I., lint 1 ?V Til?.... ?
tvetia*. ( "twreu Vl ami ?'t r - iu it I *rd
nrt?fl|?* d >ff l?"
bj?OB KINT-T?o'lii|* .hi 7?h
iitrret w?"?t. I??tw#?ti ll ??i<J >i n-irth. ni. Ir flt??4
ip I r timer^ or KmJ IM-h*. i ! ?< !> .? .-U|?k??1 l>r
r. roraw < Thi* u aw of tb* I***! I>u>m?aa
nn l>.<?nir?? sli?. "|'P d>U if
F^OB KKNT?Two Br* arwl h?n<1-.4nnlr 'nmUiv^
EKSIPKkl'Rt.nn 17th itr^.Mw^ii I ami I,
irxi pp.-Ur th* n<*? ?-iu?r?. Tlw h<>?? < utmn IS
o-KUf, ar* th<ir<Mn-?ily f>nlU iM haivl** rti"iy ftni>H?4
hr<>pKho?t. ?i*i n??iu nil m ?J<m o->n% . iii-nr?w.
Vpply to RIMK>t R* * LATTA. K-?l R.tat*
ut(, corner "i Ttii ?ti4 P .>r to ii?* ?u?*,
% 1LLIAM H PHILIP. L* u- n A tf
hH>ft I4LB?
1BY 8. P. BR<?WJ( * WoR.
loathe** Corner Sew V rk ?rnu<- mJ ISth StrMC.
OIK n*?T <LA88 KfcW r ASHIOKAHLB KB#
1?FSI'I.?11 modem impr. invnii. l> f urn
i>h?-d, will I* ?'W ?uruiahed ?r I uluiuiabod
Apply ? *!?>? no M
LV?R BDNT-Th' PWBLLIKU PAKT f H?M
I No *to* IVuii-) It aiua ?Tmu-, euiiaM* tor a
> -mrtiu g Ik hw P.imhwioii jrn-n l>-<.inlraf 1st.
Lppljr at 11 ABLE A < '? > H uw
D"24 tt | K?pntd?ai11
L-OK KKNT-^pl?M4Mlf f*raiah?-l P Mtl<"BS
r >n<) HEI> HlX'MS, iu of th<> n> >?t 4Nir?l>lt
ivMinit in th" ritT of Wtahin^?ii.?n<l otilj on*
mnnte ? aalk of W ilUH'? H '?? ! EM*itt ti u?-.m>4
h'- Kirkw.??l. Wo. 4+7 13th ?tr?wl, l>~t?r.~*ii K and
t *r?Mit aid*. i?wh>r? >4 Ifflur* and "thru
u?irui^r mi itea of roams ould d ? !! to <aM bai>r?*?iigajciu#
r'K'iui eUvwltere. Appi) on the pr*
li?n. Tl"fl tf
L*OR HLST-AM 11 fc (?r B<?>*>. Pari r au?
i riiMnbor, Trry larn". ' *' auil hai.J? - rur?
<had. atiltnMe |.*r Men.I i* <4 Gontif?,"r any-loir
in* *uch rontna Apply *t 3**0 K mr<*C n-rth.
H kltb u4 11th ?t?. a.'at. north aide. n tf
aw? WUWTOIW RK F??K H AI it ?
n In a <v-titr*l location. h?n??- rontaina 11 *?wl)
carp-'Uxl and lnrniaitmi in lrituil ?? !? I'rir?
nriiitnre gJiMO ca?h Irmnir* at n^<-? ,? tf
l'i'u i;ent-t*?i i?v? ki i.imu> - > -i.
L (Icorii-l.iwD. i-ii'' "ii Bri - ? ' ii li -nt
ard and fld? lot; nil with wafer and (wtilnrt;
rr)F 4itirwl<>. Ala>, (He i* Je0er???n, near Itridg*
1^. ?? ) di*ir*l>lf f?r a I'Wrtri or l?ntW d -al"*-. I
'*1' liriik ruM<o with carriaj?li u??. ?'ti>-*a i ?
"4 UnntK. Ai-idy to l?r t'lIAS. 11 I'Kl'ilM,
24 T?unil>art??n atr>-et. jalT ? -tt
L7?OK KENT?K"ur I RAMI HnrHKH lirh
T M?im Harvl T atr?-?-ta, *t? r?>?a Apply U)
AM KM W. BAKKKK.43* U Btreet, betwee,, 11th
nd 13th. if
L^OB KEKT-Twi wa.ihrw ?i ha-k l.nUdr
u s and cellar*. BRICK I?WKLLlS?ih. nnw?
rick fronta. with marble window h> ada and ailte,
rnwu atone lur and at-pa. nart-lr mant-la, km. hot
nd odd w afer in 1-ath r-?-?? and kiu-b< n, 12 r??M;
11uat?d on Bh'wle laland a>>im?, bet. Uih and MU
treeta Inquire at 203 14th atiwt.
Oue ..f tlv tlMtrdadliup b*? recently been lat U?
lie Hun. J a. W. Marshall, Firat Aaaialaut P.*
iieeter tieeerel. nd-tf
L'OK KKNT-Twoc nut rtaldy rt'KNISUKD
T KtMlMS oil firat fl --r. a ith u. -i i: tniwowaiienta.
ronrenietif to K atrect cart auJ < ' ?rc raa'i
iew hotel, lnauire XI6 I atreet ?
|/?OR >AI.K-Two n. w HKI( K I? V. K I. I. I N U
L Hoi .-K>, c>h.. r>?ar <jr? o ?:r : >i
wn. TrmMf. Appl> to A K. &UkPH<kU
69 Fa a . a?d?otf
LVtK SAI.K OK BKNT-IKH -B 374 Sl.t ulraM,
r lwtw?i'n l? and t>> furnac- K-nl $SO
?r mouth, liwuirv of MHO. B. I'ARBKK. iirct
PERSONAL.
kUIKNTAL STORE
J HT
THF. TI RK HOBS AX.
mport<-r of (toxde from C'>?ii?trtntli?*i?l*, Firrpt,
ihjii.im ii*. Tuiiu. kr I Alg -i- It ! - Miiwl?,
iprra J?-w?-lry, Fancy Kuk^o Tnrki?l?
liic-. Cai|>ct?. Ac., A ., A< uti'i?*r H* tr in an
lut?l.
rO SHOWMEN AND OTHKH* -An **."MI.-nt
.. >[> rtuuity to rktr from ?2S t-> *" i> r <t*> ,
rax liriK with a I'OkTAItLK KH?lW AMI ? T Kl
>SITY. ( >ii *11 Iw tw k<'<l Hi ? li?u>l valw- It will
? hU eitbre for {}? A-iilri-aa PuX Uflic- U->*
Mi. __ _ jaJI<!t*
I kK. B V.KUUI.
LF M?*t; fi' ?ii?l vvmp-i?h--tir Flir?<ri?n.
8J4 w?wt 12th Uri-l. Mwwn K ?o*1 F.
'fat *1 rbroni<- diM-a*** with VITAL M \<J
!K1 l(rFI<? LK ,kq"?u ta Animal Kmh"I .mb i aitd
rjTHorr .MEM' INK < lair*. vant evara.na
luitr mail- In fiwrial < ??? if d>?ir-<l. I?r K I-m?i Iim
et-fl Klirri'S.fli 1 in It ??j ? ?? ??--*" - * 1 -*
ill !? happy to reft-r. Oflice ttours 11 t ? p *m*
lil i to 7. jOi la'
)0 KOT IieiirAlB IN TIL i?Jl H WE SKKN
OLD I?R l?- ?H ?tr??t. t-w
nor* ? utU ot the tfi-uu lit ii >< **?
thtrffmit Office op-n u?? Mid iiiglil. ja 4 lui
lil. LKUH (AM UK < (>NM LTKI> PRIYATBLF
L\ l>) Ladi*!. and 'i in -ni-11 at hi? r iii? Mo.
kitk ttrwt. tl<nt IVnnqrlvuniaaoHiiif. It? ia
tu> olil' Nt ?*ataljlikli -d and ni,?t akillful .:<it ru?iuc
'hjrwriau in th? citjr. f.?r tlw tn-attu-iit of Ame*2
'hrum tr mmH Innnir Oimtnan. A
ti<T..iiKh run* in euitran: ! in th? nh-.rt.-nt tiiae
I. uii.-a wlkriti; Irani Jrrvrv.'arrruu ern
(!>thI mi iinni"diaU) curt* id all cam. offi.-f ?m
ay auii niiikt. _ d? U-lj
MB80N BROTH KRA.
J I'OUK AMI JOB PRINTERS,
371. B<>ath eidw P^tinavlvania avenue,
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