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Largest Circulation in the District
Beading Matter on Every Page.
WASHINGTON CITY:
Mil ??AT February IS, 1873.
Thr (?lorfd Hfflra from
The rfmarkahk- emigTatiiin movement of the
colored ?f Georgia attract* a good deal
01 attention. ?i*l is naturally a mm 0f unea
f- nes* to the Cieorgia planters. The movement
i- wes?? atid southwest to Mistfmippi, Arkansas
?' ?! f<*xs? The estimated We** to Southwestern
(?W({ia alone in the past two year* u twenty
thousand; and the exodus is stialtlv increasing,
a.most everv day negro baud* of from fifty to
two hundred pacing through Macon an>l At
lanta on the western .ionrn?*y. Trains of cars
are crowded with them ?men and women, boy*
arid girls and children in arm*-*11 hopetnl and
(tttuiutic in the prospect of a new Canaan.
t*ne reason for flits begira is the fact that the
c ?;.?red voters find themselves tn a hopeless mi
nority In Georgia and th-y allege that their
i ght> are mncL less secure. and that they are
treated with nrieh le? consideration in that
vate than in ?ute? where they form a more in.
fi'ential |<orti<>n of the voting population. The
inain incentive. however, to the movement it
probably the iniiicemcnt held out hy emigra
tes agent:* from the states named. These
agent* are visiting 'tf-orgia. anil making the
ri?**t seductive offer.-* to the Ireedmen. Forty
dollars a nontL and monthly ration* of one
t- ;?he' of meal, twenty pound* of bacon, and
p'.eaty of molamen, are the temptatious. The
agents receive ten dollars tor every able-bodied
n*gio they tee are, and of this s:m they give
t .e dollar-to leading negroes tor every one of
?ir companions they can |>eriude to go.
1 t- stated that the planters thus bereft of their
I i ?ds are very much em bar nuai, and utiles
? movement can be stayed -'will not make
?' crop# thi-. year." It seems strange that.
l~-mg on the gronnd with the negroes and
known to them, they cannot outbid the drum
mers from other states in the matter of wages,
and guarantee of good treatment.
A- the question of the mode in which railways
a ltd highways shall intersect is np for eon>ider
t'?? in this District. a in I the intervention of
1 ungrcMa has been asked by the railroad inter -
(?!?, it is worth noting that the same question
li' assumed a decided position in Chicago.
The city, through Mayor Mcdill and the corpo- I
r ?tion council, claim that the rights of the eity
to the streets are primal, and that, although !
held in abeyance while lsdh the city and the
railroad Merest.* were small, they are still su
I rem*. It is a-*ertcd that the increase of traffic
and travel ami the safet y of human life demand
t e building of the streets over the tracks, at
I lie sole expense of the railroads. At a recent
Conference the representatives of the railroad.*.
Answered these demands bv a proposal to com
promise by building the requisite viaducts in
I ?rtner.-hip with the city, on proportional terms.
'J he mayor met this suggest ion by the statem-nt
that the city could not build the viadncts, and
the railroads mu-t. The companies ought in
their own interest to request the privilege of
i ? clirg these viaducts. They would be at the
I -t street obstructions. presenting the true
r ght of the street- to the railroa<L-. ami greatly
:. oinmsdating their business. Aud to cou
? -ie. unless st? ps v. ere taken to fulfill th<?
? tyV requirements, the railroad track-would
le ten. up. The authorities of Chicago take
tiie pioper and tenable ground, that the rail
road* owe the first duty to the public, not the
public to the railroad.-. |
? -
It i- *? matter of hearty gratification to the
f:ieiv.sot senator Patterson to timl him able
I" make an explanation of hLs credit mobilier
transactions so consistent with the theory of hi*
innocence of any wrong intent, a? his frank
statement of yesterday before the Senate com- '
in ttee Mr. I'atter.-on, like most scholarly men,
seem.- to have lacked business aptitude, and
knowledge of the wars of Wall street, and it
wa- quite natural that he should have confided
t!ie m.?'Ur of investments of bis earnings to
those in w hose business judgment he had con
fidence. With his mind occupied with other
matters, too. It was not very strange that he
ahouid have had a rather indistinct notion of the ;
particular to: m of sti>cWs thus hebl or for which
be had receipted. There are plenty of bookish
men who invest their saving*, through brokers
and other.- in railroad stocks, who would be ut
terly lost It" called Upon to explain off-hand
v bet her the\ owned "I'nion Pacific 1st mort
gage b<?n*l-;" "Inton Pac. T'sL.G.;" "Un. Pac.
!? ? inc.." or "ditto b3." Doubtless Mr. Pat
terson, in his annoyance at the charges made
?^ain-t him. was rash in the form of his denial:
b at thi-.t'?o. wa.? a lault that would more readily
l e committed by an innoceut man keenly sensi
t ve to reproach, than by a cool, sharp, experi
enced trader in Congressional mrtuence. Alto
gether. we think a -ober second thought will be
apt to relieve Senator Patterson ot the charge
id iiawug erred knowingly in his statements in
regard to his dealings with Oake* Ames.
n
In the last week there ha- been a sharp fight
the New Jersey legislature over the bill for
a .other railroad from Philadelphia to New
\ork in op|>osition to the ivnn-ylvania Central
railnia<t combination which holds the present
New Jer.-ey road-. On Thursday the bill wa
advanced a* far as a similar bill supposed to be
in the interest of the Pennsylvania Central, and
ir wa- hoped by it* friend* that it would be pass
ed on that day, but ujsm it- reading it was dis
covered that there wa* an error in one word;
and had been iiiteri>olated In the place of or.
which its opponents took advantage of, and
fffect* d its postponement by an adjournment
until Monday. The bill validating the agree
ment of th# Kgw .tersev Central with the Dela
ware and l.ackawATITia railroad was pasaed in
t'-c iivuac Thursday.
The murderer- in New York are nut a* buovant
a- they wi re. .'ohn l.affnev was hung yesterday
a' Buffalo, a* uov. Uii did not take stock in his 1
professions of insanity. Stokes will not find
much encouragement now in essaying the in
sanity dodge. Intact, hi- pros|?*ct4 of getting
a hcroic discharge, with neck unscathed, are
fot hopeful, .fudge Boardman has denied the
motion to grant Lim a new trial, a is I he is trying
tor a more favorable result in an ap(>eal to
??udge Davis. His only h?>j>e seems to be in
finding mm "Judge*' willing to servo his
purpose.
? ?- ? <>> ??
T'le Vienna Kahibitiou opens in May, ami the
pVace u now complete and article* are being
received. The I'nited States is iu the r?.arol
all other- with the preparations of it* depart
ments. w Lite, because ot the greater distance,
we should have been the first to commence
Operation-. The American commissioner is
anxiously awaited, but no certain date has ever
l^en mentioned yet tor hi.- departure from this
aide of the Atlantic.
??? *-???>? ?
Tb* Spanish republic seem- to be fairly hold
ing it* own thus far, and if it has the brains and
courage to deal with a firm steady hand with
tlie contending factions?the Carlists, the Al
lonsiat*. and the Church party?may succeed in
< dablishing republican institutions in Spain
The odds are against it, but the effort will meet
> tit warm svmpathy from this side ot the
*? ater.
? ? ? 1
An exchange mentions it as a notable fac
that there ha* not been a single party rote in
either branch of Congress during the presen*
seariun Nor i* thare anv probability that any
measure which will involve a partisan division
will be brought up during the pre*eut Congress.
This is without parallel in receut Congressional
experience.
The Boston papers?the Jonmal. T.atfriyt
ind Jdrer^urr?seem to think that Mr. Coltax
has made a satisfactory and conclusive defence.
Thoy certainlv onght to know something about
Wr. Ames, and to be able to judge how far his
memory is reliable.
A later scientific luminary than Darwin has
discovered that the human race had iU origin
|na '-veaat fungus " This account# for adu
j vc.l.yu vt the rhcc to "riae" u? the world.
I????<!???
The S. Y. money market continued active
yi Merdav. the stock broken paying l-*4 and in
ter*-t tol'W flat, the ruling rate being 1E and
interest. OoTeraaaent bond flwflers quoted the
market 7aT gold. Prime mu t entile paper was
hId at tela per Mil., with few aalea below 10
I? r cent, and a good many aa high as 12 per
rent, Government bonds were duu and firm in
both New York and London. The stock market
wa^ le*? active than on Thursday, but in the
main firm.
?" ?
<J*y Cooks ft Co. rurjueh the following tHUr
_ _ Kw?'?. Stll't. B**t. Hurt.
p 8 M* l?k I ?-?)'? J n A Jy, "*6 1114',
;*>?,1MI ?_15l? 15*. 1 ??'sJnAJy,W.l?<? U\
F* MTOnAJy.W.**. hi.
y au is', i5 ,; io ?u> _i? u*.
New Tont?Fiasv Boaed.
r.J.IS, UBL 16
AM1*, MK. 15',
? ?'s, UK 15S
? ??*, i-?a. to*,
? jb.mw.
? au'?Jaa.*JJj.?: -16'.
? ?'s.Jan AJ1> ,1*8. IS ,
ioab'* i?',
American Gold 14 ?
Currency f'a... 14",
Hew Five*. B'v
Raltimorx, Feb. 15.?Virginia ?'?, consolidated,
U t. Wnt Virginia's, 14 , bidto-dav.
Baltimo*!. Feb. 15.?Ootton firm?low middling*,
131,Flour steady and in good d-mand; pri <???
uii(fon*ri1. Wheal dull and anchaii?-d. C .ru
uuiet and eteady?white southern, 6]'<ai2, fellow
? Ht hern, ?&?: mixed wwt'm, <1. Oatahrmer,
?t'<k N?rc>?western mix.-d, 4?<g.r>;' Bredull,!i6<??C*l
Hay unchanged Provisions strong? meaa pork,
S14'? Bulk meats in K?<d demand?shoulders,
ril> ?' ifw, Sale-?10U.0U) P1>U lei- of
clear nli side- are made at 6*,6<r. Baron a? tire?
?h iiM'-t-, 6 . . rib aide*, 7\vf<, clear rih si.le?.
??', Hams. 1IV*15. Lard ..teaifjr aad un>-)iang?l.
The at earner Baltimore mailed to-dav for
liicmen, taking ih.<W pound- of refined Unl, th
largest shipment ever made .?t onetime from this
port Vi'Mi rn butterextremely scnrce?ciioi ? roli,
5> Wbwkjr tW) Ira,
N?w Totl. F? b. 15.? Stock# firm Gold dull,
14', M 'ue> firm. 7 Exchange, long, 9 ,; short, 111
Government* dull an I steady.
Kiw Tore. Feb 15.?Flour dull and unchanged.
V heat dull and nominal. Corn ?niiet,
Lonoois, Feb. U> 11 *U. m.?Con*.In opened at 92',
(a.i/1't fc?r monev. and 9?% f?r account. B >uds of
!??, ?ld. ?u ldff.Ct'.; hi40's,'V,. ex coupons; new
Uvea, ?*,. Erie. 51'?.
FKAMKroKT, Feb. 10.?B>nds opened at 9sV4 for the
issue ol 13*5.
Lftsnov. Feb 15, 2 p. m.?Consols rioA -d ?t 9ixi for
nv.ney, and 92S&9&'* for account. .Uuericau secu
rities uu< hanged. Krie,MV
Was Department, Office Ckuf Stfnal Officer, \
Washihuto*, D. C.,Feb. 15,1873,11 a. m. j
Svsorsi* ro? thi past twiitt lurt Hotrts ?
The bar m-ler continue* hi<hot. as on Friday
ni. ruing. over Ihe middle and eastern elate*. An
are^ol low preotare m n<>w in Texaii and another in
Manitoba. Th- barom-'ter t? falling in the ?ou1h on
-tat'? and tlirouehont the Mi^iv.ipi>i valley. Tin
t? mperatnre has ri-^n decidedly exervwberd cirrpt
on the middle Atlantic coaet and int'auada. Hun
if now reported tr.?i Mi-aaouri aad Kentucky * 'tith
? aid, anon in Iowa ami Minneeota Northeasterly
winds pre\ail in the aonthern state-, but southerly
t nit on Ihe Louisiana cuaat. Fresh aud briik
s atherly winds in tfce extri-m-- aorthweel.
PaoBABiaiTiKe ? Puring the rest of Saturday the
st^>rm in Texaa will probably mute northward with
in< rea*inK ?<>nth<'rly winds ami rain on the j;n||
''??ant. Threatening weather and rain extend th?nc
ii' rthwar.l and ea-tward by Saturday ninlit, with
northeast winds t.. Wijs onain and Xi-w Turk; for tho
northern limit of fhi.? r"gion snow is probable. In
the extreme northwest and on lake Snpfior brisk
*? wthweaferly winds will probably continne with
tlirea4anini( weather Cantionary - gnal- coutinu
at Mobile ami N'*w Orleaaa
IV-^aTKMI'KBANi K ALLIANCE WILL MKKT
at t?d>*<>n Hall.corner t'j ?treet and Pennay!
*.iiiia ay>-ntte on THI'R!<PAY, 3ith iust., at 7', p.
m., for artiou ou by-laws, Ac. It*
ir^t oTSDB? M K. CHCRrk.rOBNVft ltth
l^T-y and G streets. The B'-v E J Ur \ v. pastor
1 Grace Church. Baltimore, will preach at II a. in.,
atel at p. m Seats free. It*
IV^TIIE M W JEBSEY \KnOC|ATltlS GIVE
Heir Fi?rKTH ANSI' VL KE?'EPT1(?N
? -f. WEI)XE>I)A? EVENING, ltflh instant, at
W t Hard'a Hall. f 16-s.t2t*
>A STATEH MKETIM; i?K CoLI mbT\
T V P?MiB \PH Ii'AL I'MION. No 101. wilt
b<- h?*bl Til IS ?. V K MS'i at 7'i o'clock. in I'oIuiji
biaa Law Bnilding.5ih street.
It 1, H. PATTERSON. l{-c. Sec.
THE SK? OSl? COMING OF THE LORD
Know that it is uear, stui at tlf door-.1'
A ifiscmir-.- at the New Jernealem Temple, on North
i a|<ito| street, betwi-en Band C at II o'clock TO
MtiKROW Scale all free It"
frs? VI SSI ON AR Y ANNI VEKSAKV-WAUGH
e^y M E CIll'RCll ?Preaclnag at II a.m. by
the P.istor, Rrv E. D Owen, at 7 p. in intercatini;
ejiercis. a l>* the Sabbath S> hool and addrees. ? l.\
II-u M. 1' Lkggktv and Hon. John Hilt. It
ft-S?LAIHEa FESTIVAL FuRTHE BENEFIT
of the FIFTH P. \PTIST CIICBCH, D at.,
Ii t*e. n I', and 6th street- southwest, will c>>tiitnenf e
Mt?NI?AY EYENING, February 17, and continue
in til further notice. f 15-2t*
<?ME ANl?GET A COPY FII58T ANNI" VL
RVPi.RT TKHR1TORIAL SAVINGS.
LOAN ANI> Bl'ILHlNG ASS<>? 1ATI0N, ft^l F
-trect, tind'-r Second National Rank,
f 15 S? E M< B. TIMONEY. S-c'r
THE i HIKES AND MEM BE II Ol
BI. \? K H\WK TRIBE. No 1J. I. O R
M . ar- re?p.-< ? fully nsjHi-stcd to attend the regular
meeting on the i'Jtb sleep, Sn>>w Moon.G. S. I> J>J.
1> G. EIiTIKLRERi.ER.
f 15 St* Chief of Records.
MT. VERNON PLACE, METHODIST
EPISCOPAL ? H I R< H, SOI TH. corner ol
Ninth ami K streets northwest ?Proacbinc TO
Mi iRP.OW i Sutidav I at II o'clock a m , by R ?*
Joi n Poisal. ana 7 so p. m by Rev. S. S. RoszeLL,
D. D. It
READINGS FR??M sWEDKNRORO. at
IteOc the new Church I'tn -n R ???m.s, 93.1 Pennsyl
??i ia *terti? n-irtin?~t,??v..nd floor. Subj?*ct SI N
DAY EYBNING, Frkmry 16th, Our ni-ielibt
a ho he is. atid our duty towards him." Readini; com
at- aces at 7>? o'clock precisely. .Vlmiaaioa free. It
tT|E COMING OF CHRIST TO RAISE
the dead and reward them: ami to abolish all
exiatinc gov. rnmcnta. and toestahlish the Kingdom
? >f G-?l on the earth.?The ahoy prop.>sitiona will b^
I. aionstrat>-dfr>.m th. RtbleTn MuRRoW M"RN
I NO at 11 a m at the Chris-adelphtan Svnag'igue.
n -rth-a-t ci rner N??* V'?rk avenue and "th street
Berthwc?|. All are invited It*
r^^>r I'N KRAl. DlS' Ol'RSE -Li t tie ber ive l
receive the Gospel of Consolation, and lut all
mea b arn what awaits them l?eyond the grave. Tic
transition of Mr^.C.J Mxers from earth to spirit
life will l-e lnipri .Ted In >lrs F?aj?cks O.Ht7|i
? >t> hl'NDAY. Kth in?tant, at 7As p m , in Harm ?
biul Hail, p-'-ite M'-trop.'litaii Hotel
If JOHN MAYHEW.
MIbSlONARY ANN 1VEKSARY
4 in STREET M E S.\P,B \TII S? m>0L S E .
SUNDAY EVENING, Frb.Wh 7V, ..'click.
An intere-ting And profitable time may be exp?*cted
Vide adilt. see* * ill In delivered by those n .bleChris
ti?n soldiers. Gen. llowrARn and Gen Armstro.Vo.
S-ine choice pieces will be siinsi bv t he scholars A
c? rdial inv itatmn is extended to all It"
JV-3?SPECIAL SERVICES
tv thi
METROPOLITAN PRESBYTRRIAN CHTROH
Penua. enne and 4tb street east.
M udeT.r', p m preaching br R?r Dr. NoBT.e
T uaetlat , 7S p ni . -.-rv I e for Sal'hath School achd
?re W.H|tifvlai . 7S p. m . pr?>a<-hing by B-v. J as
i! M ason Thur?la?. m-eting (<?r praver and
ronferetic Each nervier f..llow<s{ bv niewiu^s for
it:.,Hirers Sabbath Service?, 11 a.m. 7 p m. All
lordiall? invito! to atteial. ft". It*
I}'qj?R0> \DAI.1S ?Mrs llartiet Early, wrltuu
^v?y from l ima, Ohio s*y
For about twenty two ye?rs I w.i* afflicted with
m enlargement >>f the spleen, which had gradually
tu reas?d ill length and si7.e until it extended the en
liie length of the als|.i|iien This I never exp-ct.-d
to have lemoved. Now. iu this time I suffered with
Krysipelae. ni sp. lis for thirteen years, ami often
ilmo-t d.-spa>r?sf f niv life 1 heard of voiir cele
)>raUd R<?a<lalis. and punhased one !>ottlc to tent it,
but. finding some iM-uent. continue,! its use, and bv
lljf tiine I had used two b 'ttles?and almost before I
ass aware of ii?this enlargement in mv side was
aim**! entirely gone, which waa as unexpected as
notifying, for I was using the Rosadalin with avie*
d curing the Erysipelas alone. 1 continued to take
he m'dicine until I had used six tedtles: and now.
tt the end of six months. I can safely say I am
d Is.th ErTaipelae and the enlargement in my ?ide.
1 e latter having entirely disappeared In coticlu
ion. I ? an moat cheerfully reCownwud Rosadalis to
be sffln ted. f 15-eo6t
O O V ? ^n adjourned meeting ol the R
W GR\NI?EN< \M I'M KNT will b? held oil
Mi'NDAY EVENING uc*t. 17th iik-staiit. at 7',
>'cluck B'isineea of importance to transact. E^ery
n- ml*r reunested to t* present.
f II 2t THOMAS W Ko\V l.KR, Grand Scribe
\^?A SI'II IAL MKETIXi '?F THE BRICK
Liy LAYERS UNION will be held oa SAT I R
l?^Y. the lMh iiist., at 7>?.> clock. A full atlen
lance i? deeired. R*'"der of the President.
11.1 31 GEORG* T. E. TAYLOR. I. ??
Cf*ASSEfK??WoTs"ri^iSS?K?S
I MPANY for t he election of Dir^oMWill be h. j
?t the office of the Company, No. 14*3 0etree?
sortb*est, on MONDAY, the S4th day of February,
ItC ; P. lis will be opened at Jp m andcloa?at4p.m.
jai 23 lm S J TODD. Secretary.
DKLAYS A RE DANGEROl'S
, ^ Th ?t p>s>r, emaciated Consumptive, who is
, ? beyoud all hope of recover*, might now be hale
tnd hearty b? 1 he not negleet.nl that slight cough
B- ,d\ i-ed. if y 'U bare a cough or cold, get at one
? tattle .,f i?R TCTT-8 EXPECTORANT, aad you
a ill be teliev ed. iAo mo' pat it of.
Et?c.E*iKi-? C. H . 8 C , Jan.10 1<0
I?? W H TV''?Dear Sir?I have been connne.1
to my 1-M with a bad eld. and have found your Ex
pe * ior?nt t?? W an eiHIfOt rem^iv, it tw M 1
eurn?J Ioiin ffry ri*pictfttllT?^ ^ PFW
UR. TVTT8 HAIR ~~U*E ACTS IXSTAN
FAMOUSLY.
MILIUX'S
NEW DRUG STORE.
No. ll!l< PennsYlvavia Avf.wi,
Depot for Soda and Mineral Waters. feli-lc
it>KS3.3!W.
aid. aa it were, the curaa of ???kind. 80 terrible
and toathaeee had been at acne period* of the world's
history that a person known to ha Infected with R
aould not be allowed to ndx wRh aoclatp. Happily
tn our day the dlaeaae la stripped of iu terror by the
use of 8AMAniT*a'? Root awoHanaJciraa, and
the victim of Scrofula, Ulcera. aoeea, Pimple*,
Blotch**, Tetters,*c., canbnmleredUeonad health
'nRtK^7ND HK*B JCTCES. #1M Ifr battle
Sold by S C. FORD, lit# Fa. are , and by Drug
grata DESMOND * CO.. Proprietor*. 91ft Race
?treat, Philadelphia.
R E M O Y ? D.
DB. W
VMM
tfi
Haartaaoved te He. !??? Hatraat nwrthwa t,em
ler ltth MTeat.
the ?riDyr HatNiire cv
C n-tantl? maintsteitig it- hm is j>nlar <M
lb* favorite FAMILY METROPOLITAN SUN
DAY JOURNAL, win, in the dveply interesting
iwnr TO MORROW. prr?Mit to ita m/my ti^ustm f,
ever-gratified mdrr>, -harp Editorials npon current
topic*, Society I;eun. Lire L*al?, Latest Tele
r *at?. Ac., Ac.
VBnsinOku men ar? again remind of the a<1
vsntsge they ma> gain to tr^' I* u-ing the ADVER
TISING COLUMNS of the SUNDAY MORNING
GAZETTE.
?TREAP THE GAZETTE TO MOKROW.
?^"Advertisement* will be received until twelvi
i^Bny theffitf&TE of the yew* B ?T?. It ?
HOTICETO TAX PAYEES.
Tfie A?e?aor? nf the several Legislative Districts
haiini completed lli*M>^Biegt of real Droprtr for
the twcaJ year endiug June Mb, I<74. tV- B <ard of
Appeal* will mc?t at the oAce of the Superintendent
of Asaeesmentsand Taxes, Ho. 330 4H street .near the
corner of Louisiana avenue, on the 3d dat or Feb
prur.ld. at IK o'clock m., to hear anv appeals
that tray be made from the valuationa of said as
ses*. >rs.
All appes'? mn?t l?e made in writin/r, and sworn to
before an of\..-et competent to administer oatha.
Tbe B< ard will l>ein nes^iou each day (Sunday ??
ceptedifrom 11 o'clock a. m. nntil S oVlock p. m.,
? i?1 on M EDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS from 6
o'clock until f o'clock p. m
H A HALL. WM WALL,
GEO. R. M 1LSON, RILKY A. SllINN,
K J MIDDLETON. Jr.,
fel tf Members <>f tbe Board ?( Appeals.
ir^bPEt IAL NOTICE.-THB NATIONAL
ILJy CAPITAL REAL ESTATE AS80C1A
TTON.?In aceordajice with tbe Constitution, the
Hoard of Direct on baa authorised tbe sale of such
shares of Stock an are on hand, fixing the premium
at fS per nbare, it* real value. The pur^haae price,
? t the option of the purchaser, may be paid Jorrn,
or by pay ing (lovblt dun until liquidated The lat
ter conditio* affords an excellent opportunity for
parties to purchase shares, who otherwise would be
tnaMe, at the name time realiziug benMIt* identical
with all the stockholder*. Tim aaaociation ha* l>e?k
in enereaaful operation for a period of two yean.
Sbarea can be obtained of the Secretary
GEO. COWIE, Preai but
PHIL. O. WELCH.Secretary. j31-tf
IV^3?THIS HAS BEEN AN EXTRAORDINARY
SEVERE SEASON
FOB
COUUHS, COLDS.
BRONCHIAL AFFECTIONS.
AND
Mrt. Janes' (*uh Millar*
has been hailed by tbe hundreds who have ?msttccsg*
fi.lly uited it, an the beat Cough remedy yet intro
i'iic? d. Patient* with premonitory i) niptonis of Con
sumption have used it with great auccees. and its
()-n.and ha- stesdil> inct *<? ?! Iu every caae,either
? cold itnd cough, or sever* caaea. where other r.?n
fdiee b ire been u-ed and failed, it ha.- given satisfac
tion. rnneed, such h*A l>eeii fts praise by the afflict
ed, that we are warranted in recommending it to all
se a aafe and cure medicine, easily administered,
pleaaant to the taste, producing no nausea or other
unpleasant effect*, and certain to give satisfaction.
Sn .til bottles, so Ceuts; large Al.
Sold >ul> by
ARTHUR NATTANS, Drurtxt,
fel*-tr Corner H and D street* northwest.
TO LADIES.
How *ad it is to see a young wife, a mother
oframlly who reuuirea all ber phrocal atrength
t-> fulfill her household duties, and all her moral ca
pacities to aerept the responsibility wbich falls upon
her, tC' nee her prostrated, losing every day ner
strength, feeling badly without being able to say
why. Vut yet suffering enough to be utterly misera
aldel This state of weakneas and debility is more
fatal to her than a severe spell of sickneas, for in that
rase sh? will receive the proper care, aa iu the other
she will linger months after months, not thinking
worth while to see a physician about it. until nature,
exhausted, givea out. and she is carried to the grave,
when a little precaution in proper time would have
spared ber life. To prevent, to strengtben.to cure,
notbln?: can compare with the LONO-LIFE BIT
TEhM ->f Dr. L. O. BERTRAM . They are a safe and
infallible remedy against malaria, d)*pepaia, cos
tiveuee*, biliousne?a, beadach?<a, morning sicklies?
and al! complaints peculiar to women. Tliese Bit
ters, which are sold by all druggist*, are, in conee
ijuence of their virtue and m -t agreeable taxte, the
ni'-dicine par rrrtllmct for ladies. jM tr
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ALL THE LATEST POPULAR BOOKS
HISTORY, TRAVELS. SCIENTIFIC WORKS.
NOV ELS, 4t .
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1 per quarter.
Ladies andG-'Utlemen are cordially invited torall
ai.d examine the Catalogue. f. 1.4
|>-S? SCHENCK S PULSIONIC SYRl'P,
SEAM LED TONIC and MAN DRAKE
rTT.LS.?Theae are tbe only mediciuee that ?ill cure
Puln.onary Consumption. Dr. Schenck lias been in
c? n?tai t practice over thirty yeara, continually ex
aiuiniuz lung", and knows his medicines, if pr.-p'-rly
taken. ?ill cure coiiMimpti -n. His Mandrake Pills
cleanse the liver and ston.ach; his Seaweed Tonic
dissolves the find, stimulates the coating of tha stom
ach and aids dig<*tion; his Pulmonic Syrup ripens
the matter, and nature throws if off without any ex
ertion. Prepared and for sale by J. H. SCHENCK
A SON, northeast corner Sixth and Arch streets,
Philadelphia, and by druggista aud dealers gener
ally. jan7-eoly
IV-S?DR. A. PRATT, Graduate of Ohio CoMege of ?!
Dental Surgery, 411 7th street, between D
nid E, a few doors south of Odd Fellows' Hall. Re
fers to R. A. Bacon and Rev. W. B. Evans. ml)
F"OR THE INAUGURATION?We would re I
epectfully ilifermtlie ( >Oiiiiitteethat IIK
(i.M.IAS of all description^ will be fuiiiishe?ij^tiy
a beret of< re. including M <-shal"a Scarfs, Ra
t<-tiji, R<aiettes, I$.<dge?. Ac. Also, Runners and Flags
made to order at short notice. Ht tie- old e*tithli?h t
n.ent. MRS LOME'S,
ll'talta ntui T'immini Skh",
UtiO Penn-vlvaiiia avenu-,
f l.? 2w Between 9?h ayl loth str<-et-? soiitli side.
fell U EBB A BEVFR1DOE. HO
KB IMPoRTEB* OF
< p.0( KEEY. < niNA ANI) GLASSWARE.
A full ?t?ek con-tar.tly on hand of best goods at
I' west market rates.
WEBB * BEYEBIDOE,
f 15 &l ? 4 JI Odd Eellows'Hall, 7th street.
THE ARTII U I 4L STO > E < O >1PA > V
I is new prepared tofurniah CARRIAGE STEPS
?f the sire preset ibed by the Boaid of Public Works,
inntati?*n Grey and lllack Granite, Seneca and Sand j
Stone, and gvarsntee them as durable as natural
stone, and about one-half the price. Tiling and
-idewalk- laid and hoiires fronted in tie- best man i
ner by oar German workmen. Samples of steps and
?idewalks in front ,?f the Board of Works offiee, )
Green A Williams suction store, and Reservation, i
ornei <?h street and Pennsylvania avaniie, house j
N E .corner of 6th and M street? fronted inittati-u j
granite.
IU' best PORTLAND CEMENT lor ?ab m large \
or -mAo ?|Usiitltl<*s.
Lcav e > our orders a ith
C. K CREEf V.
f l.'. tf General Matiagei. W.'lt F -tr?-t<t
A. ' BRODHEAD It (O-l.
Bl.Af K ALPACAS reduced from 37'. to W, and
other grnd> - reduced froni 6 to 10 cents p*-r yard.
W'tKiLEN DRESS GOODS reduced fully 30 p?-rct.
WOtiLEN SHAM LS " "
MooLEN BLANKETS '? " "
TARLETANS, SWISSES, FRENCH MI'SLIVS,
NAINSt'OKS. and a host of other White Goods at
|es- than former rates.
BLA' K DRESS .>ILKS ?f Ouin?t ce|e|.rate?l
iiiitke* froni f I E up. These (mid- have l?tin mi*
ported by the most experienced and reliable h'^tt-es
in the United Slates, and will be sold at a slight ad
vance on importer's prices.
Elegant PARIS Kli) GLOVES yu cents. Party
colors ?1. ,
Androscoggin COTTON. 17 cent-; M am-utta, 21
cen.s; New V. rk Mills JJcents.
SHEETING COTTON iu 8 I, 9 4 and 10-4 from
3T', cents up
Hosiery, Gloves, Ribts<n*. Handkerchiefs. Neck
RnfTlings, Ac Ac., very cheap. You can and Mill
save HiuQev by buying of
BRoMIKAD A CO.
Ladies and Gents Cuderwenr direct froin the in 1 n
nfai turers at wholesale prn -s. fl5 2w
rjBjrf JOSEPH 1. HAY'S nm
iy^y PARIS KID GLOVE DEPOT, HUlAl
f 14 2? ?31? Pa. AVB..BET. 9th *stn l?TH St*.
rpilE CHINESE TEA HONti
Has removed t? 613 D street,
Between 6tli and 7th, north side.
TEAScfieapei than ever. No rent to pay.
febl4-3m L BENJAMIN, Proprietor
OLANKET8, QUILTS, SHEETINGS, TARLB
O LINENS, M INE OR LbNCII CLOTH. NAP
KINS, TOM'ELS, and other HOUSEKEEPING
DRY GOODS.
BEST 4 4 SHIRTING COTTONS, vir: New
Y< rk Mills.M'aru-utta. Utica. Androscroggin, Fruit
of Loom. I.on*dale and Am<w<keig.
I'RESS GOOI?S, vix : Prints, Percales, Pi'4Uea,
Chintx*1*, and sll kinds of M'liite (loods.
The lowest cash prices, markt^ui^lsin j^irti^s.
f 11 ft 939 Pennsylvania avenue.
A LL KINO* OF CAST-OFF WEARING AP
Ja. PAREL can be sold to the very best advantage
by addressing or calling on JUSTH,
619 D street, between 4th and 7tb 11. w.
Motes by mall promptly attended to. Cash paid fU
A. BUSVI ELL fc CO.,
* llEAL ESTATE BROKERS,
SOUTHEAST CORNER FOUR AND-A-n 4-LF
STREET AND VIBGINIA AVE
KUE SOUTHWEST.
FOB SALE.
THREE TWO STORY BRICK HOUSES, WATER
AND GAS, SIX ROOMS EACH, E street south,
between Four-and a half and Sixth street* west
Good term*.
THREE TWO-8TORT BBH'K HOUSES, on F
street south, near Second street west; four rooms.
Price. 91 iUO each. .
TWO VALUABLE BUILMNO LOTS, in Howard
University grounds, corner of Colfax and Samfaon
streets. Term* easy.
A THREE STORY BB1CE HOUSE, on B street
south, between 10th and Uth streets. Terms easy.
A TWO STORY FRAME HOUSR. on KKh street
west, between D and B streets .south.
A FA&M OF TWO ?UHDBED ACRES, In Staf
ford county, Ya., for sale or exchanae for citjr pro
perty ; MB acres in woodland, a good atone qaarry,
within three miles of Brooks' Station and one and
a half of the Coal Landing.
ALSO. GOOD WILL, STOCK, AND FIXTUBES
OF A GBOCEBY STORK DOING A GOOD
BUSINESS. flO iw
J^INE OLD GO> ERNMENT
JAYA COFFEE,
BOASTED.
YEBY BEST QUALITY
AND AT LOWEST PBICBS.
N. W. BUB.CHELL,
17 Iw V street.
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WANTS.
AHTED-Twn WolKN and one WAITER.
Apply at Owen H'Vo. f U *'
AVTED-A COOK at Revtauraat No. !?*?? ?
tlwl. fW
,r ARTED?A STEAM DRKDGINU MACHINE.
wc?nd hand. 7. F WILLIAMS,
f 14-* w>S* General Rmk^r, RuHimori
?~ L~ANTED-A COLORKP WOMAN without fam
? ih as cook. to wa?h and iron. Must be r* <m
mended, 31* 3d street: It*
ANTID-To rat, two or three eligible LOTS,
suitable for a wood nml coal yard. Address
K r., Star office. f I5-ST
ANTFD-A practical BKl'k BURNER and
FOREMAN; na# who ha* had experience iu
buringwith c<>al. Address, with aame and refer
ence. 7 ity pout Office Ro* j!j* f is Si *
ll'ANTIll-I\er? gentl-man ?ho lofi* th?
" W'>sd, and desire* an eqoivab nt for hi* w tiey.
to call on WEI.LKR A REPETTI.iOl P-nn^lu
nia av eaue. nnder National Hotel. f U .It
W'ANTKD-B) an American lady.a SITUATION
v? a* hon-ekeeper oi companion f ir a sick person
The test of refVreiices given. Ad Ire*- M.L .Star
office. It"
\\' ANTEl?? A <~.?aipeteiit Nl'USE A|pK at ?????
? S'reet northwest. fl4-3t
\1A NTKP?A ^ood Pie and Bt-ad R \ KKE. atC
" M LAMli'S National Bak-r> , U10 Ea-t Cap
itol utr'-et. fM .It*
KK7ANTED?A WOM AN to conk, wash, unliin
vv Also, a Gill to do general housework. and
Nurse. ti.-rman or American preferred. 4"M) La
avenue, lulaii-ti 4'* and 6ih stre-ts f i5-.1l*
WANTED?In a family of two. a UIKL to t?k.
*??h. and iron. (;*?| wnt'n given. Nn?t
come well recommend'd Apjdy 1006 *i;h at re:
southwest. tit S'
\1*ANTKD?A white oi colored Ulkl, to c<?>k,
v? wash and iron, and do eeneral honsework.
References required. Inquire at 309 1st street, b?
t?e?-n C ai.d D. Capitol Hill. f 14 it*
%\r ANTED? B> a gentleman and wife,by the 1st
vv of M ?rrh or (hereabout*, two unfurnish- d
communicating ROOMS, in a house having tnodeiu
i oiivetitences, oil Mated between P -nusylvauia avc
drand M -tr> et north an 1 2d and 15th ?dre-d-. w<Mt.
Addr-w, *1 itin*Hm-. L?tk Bo*D.citv. flt-lt*
\\* ANTED-A BOOK KEETEK One who th>r
vv oughly understands his business can procure a
?o?d -itnation. Go>>d referent-s rciuir-d. Addre*.
|t>* HI. City Port Office. flSJt
\4* ANTED?A WOMAN to take rhar<--mid super
" intend a first <Im laundry. Must understand
he bn-in??* and management of hands R-ferences
te?mired Apply to I.(>< KWOOD, 11UFTV A TAY
LOR tM3 Pennsylvania INHH, fit tit
%V*ANTE1>?A Hol'SE of about tt rooms; one
" with yard and stable preferred. For moderate
rent a good tenant can be aecurisl. Address, stating
locality, terms, Ac.," House," Star office, f M-4i*
\\TANTEi>?A competent NI'RSK, lately from
" California with a family, wialies to retura in
the name capacity. Rest of refareucea. Addre* P.
O box No. oT^'ashington. D. C. f 8 lot'
ANTKI>?Immediatelj?Familim or peraoaa la
nw-d of ttrat claaa SKRVANT8 of every deacrip- i
tion. male and female, to call and get anpplied at
ouce. 8er% anta alao can got good honxw aud best of
wagea bvanslying at the Eureka Employment, to
Mrs. LOUISE C. BUTLER, ?0T 11th street, near
K jM-lm
\V ANTED?At the corner of 8th and L itraets
11 iiorthwi-at, CUSTOMERS to bur Caaaard's 8a
far-enred Hams at 16c.; all kind* Pork and Sauaaf*.
lc.; Lard, 11c.; Sugar-cured Shoulders. 10c.; Beef
at lowest rates; Canned T >matoee,3 lba.,2V.j other
goods in proportion; Salt Pork,8c. janlS lm
WANTED-A WHITE OIRL, from 14 to 16
years old, to wait upon a table. Inquire at
the Eating House, Center Market, nt-ar 7th street,
B. TRf KWORTHY. j4
\Vr ANTED?Every one to know that the VICTOR
>? SEWING MACHINE has ita ntedU ttlf ?rt
Ha*: the moat perfect shuttle in use, resting in a
cradle; needle bar and works of steel. Aeency. 469
Pennsylvania avenue. Al-o, Braiii h of M:ut. Detu
? ?restV Patti-ru Enii>^r!uni.
iBK?lr T W upiCER, Agent.
ANTKD?LADIES to call on MRS. G H.
MAl'KERto have all kind* of STAMPING
d. ne. Also, PINKING. FRENCH FLUTING, and
all kind's of LMBKOlDF.RY. at shnrt uotice. 617
7th street, opposite Patent Office. marl ly
ANTED?Every body in favor of thoroughly
" cleaned Carpets, as bright as new,to
send orders to L. RICE, at the Steam Carpet Reattns
Wi ik?. Maine avenue, bet 4S and 6ih sta. aprlS-ly
LOST AND FOUXPT"
IO>T?On-' pair <f iaigt OPTRA CLAS,I)S
A i-itlier in L:m In H:il!. .t' Weudell Phillips' lee
lure, or in cai N 7 The finder will be reward**!
I>y retuttiing th?ni to A. .M'NES. N >. -117 K ?t ,
or Center Market. 1 l.vst*
I < 1ST ?February 12*li. b' t? the d pot and l|th
-i and G streets, probably in the K street cars, a
Gttl.I* IIHAI EL ET, w ith chain attached. A suita
ble reward will be gi*en it returned to
street. it*
(""AUGHT ADRIFT OX THE tf?TH 0Ff NO -
^ vimber. 1^2. a sin ill SAIL BOAT, n inie, ' Our
Frit/." The owner will ci ne forward, prove pro
|s-rty. pay charges, A. GEO. T. '1OOHUS. corner
i t N and it -tree, "outliwest. t 15 31*
'PAhESTr A8TKAY"iiN Till! 137a" INsT .
A a red and * liite Bl'FEALO I OW . b ?th
ears inaik'd The owner Mill come tor
v.ard, prove pr.j?<-rt> , p iy < liar^ -s,
take her away. THoMA> HAYES. Nu bt?? II st
northeast. I 16 2t*
'I'AKEN UP ASTRAY?On m_\ pvinis?, TWO
the _ ?? .
h<Tn broken oft. The owner or owners will.
COWS; one a red and white buffalo cow, ^
the other a bn>wn__horneil cow, with righ'^y^
please eon? forward, prove proiM-rty. pav charges and
take them away. JlLll'S Till RM, 1304 D street
s- tnh? a?t. f 13 3t *
IOST?At the National Theater, January 8th, an
a ONYX EARRING.?The Under will be suitably
rewarded by leaving it at Star office. '
LOST? (III the lfth, between 4S and 23d and 7th and
L streets, a pairof E YK-til, ASSKS.
K-.ld frame. A liberal reward will b> W?7 vJ*
paid if returned to 47W C street northwest. d!3 i
BOARDING.
\ 0
gi
GENT I EMAN AND WIFE, OB TWO SIN
g'-iithnien ? an have good BOARD and a
t Rf - -------
pleasant IJOoM on second Hour, at 40A lit street
northwest. f 15-3t*
|>IRST-CLA>S TABLE B(?ABD, with fine large
I Front Boon, on the most pleasant part of the
Avenue?Nt. 1919 Pennsylvania uvenne, between
ltfth and B>th streets. feb6-lm*
IJ'OR RENT?Two nicelj-furnished ROOMS, with
r Bedrooms adjoining, with or without BOARD?
corner 3d street and Indiana avenue. j? lm*
(-?00D BOABD, PLEASANT ROOMS, AND
V.prices moderate, at HlOi corner of Pennsy Ivania
avenue and 81st street. mayl-ly
PERSONAL.
,\1RS H. J. FRENCH, tkt Ctltbratfd H'tiabU
i?l Cl/iirrovant and Ttft Medtirm, can be s.-en at
71/5 lltli street northwest; also, gives d-tiiiiati >ns of
character by photograph hand writing or lock of
hair. |17 lm*
.V o t i? e
COLOIJED SOLDIEI'S AND bAILOKS.
All (wlored Soldiers or Sailor*, or their
Legal Representative*,
Who have received iiotic" from the Treasury Depr?rt
uieiit that ccitificates have been i??t:-d in settlement
ol tht-ir
CLAIMS FOR PAY, BOUNTY, PRIZE
MOSEY, fcc.,
and who have not receivisl the amounts due them,
are directed, iu order to spoody payment of the same
by this Office, and
(laiNMats,
to?< nd their NAMK?,with Po?iOrFict AunsKas to
the
Adjutant General (I. S. Army, Washing,
ton, D, C.
They should also state in
What Company and Regiment the ??nicf
una rendered.
E. D. TOWNSEND.
Aljutuni Urmra'.
Wak Departmest,
Adjutant General's Office,
W'n? ft lit ?/?>?. U. Ftbrumry 1. H73. f 4-s lm
CM8CFOR 8ALK BT ALL DRUGGISTfE
(;ai) be had by the trade at CHARLES STOTT
CO.'B, Mo. 466 Pennsylvania avouno dmll 6m
BIRDS FOB SALE?CANARIES and MOCKING
BIRDS, male and female, beat singers; alao.g^
CAGES. No. 1S7 South B street, frontingVB
Pennsylvania avenue, Ciapltol Hill.
feb4e<>3ui* O. M. GOKTZ.
(VI ASKS! MASKS! I MASKS'.!!
THE GRFATKST YARIETY I
COTILLION GOODS,
{UERMAN FAVOKS,I
THE FINEST ASSORTMENT,
Just Received at
CHft. Rl'PPEKT'S
FANCY BAZAAR,
jg lm 49* SEYBWTH STREET.
Al. BARBER * CO.,
BUY AND St Lb REAL ESTATE,
f 8 eot ftll SEVENTH STREET, op. P. 0.
gLANEffTS, QUILTS,
NAPKINS, TOWELS,
100 Pair GRAY BLANKETS,
1^0 Doceu CHEAP NAPKINS,
800 ? ( HEAP T0WKLS,
FOR HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSE*.
This lot of Goods are very Cheap and very Good.
JOHN T. MITCHELL,
fU4t 031 PENNSYLVANIA AYRNPE.
PHILADELPHIA PRINT BRDUCED II
I PRIOR ?DALY soils it at SO cents per lb.
Stall* 1T? ??1 ITK&tar Market. U4t*
FOB RENT AND SAL8.
f^OE RENT?Twa LBFl'BNTHHED SOOHS ?a
Sr* floor. iliitMr for hooaekeepiag. at L
etreetrorthwe?; r*fpnami cifkMpf. fl*-* *
F"OS RRNT ? Delightful, < noitortahle Mil el?jnm?
tarnished HOUSE, all twdw* conrenieacsejSWP
rxrnr hot private family. THUS B. WAUG/JI KM.
31? 7th street. ^ m 31
FH KENT?A brick IIOI >K ruriMniM six
room* and garret, oa O alreet. ?;h and
7th i(rwt><?nihrMt, lio. CIS, rtM t>w>. Arply
7 4 4 G Ir-x southeast. fU 3t
f^OBSALE-An eligible buibiing LOT.*)hy 101
fee*, iii Firet Ward, pi the assr ?am>at price, AMU
*?''J^rch'u.'T. JOHN D CLARK.
No. 1*16 H street. from 3 to ? ?VI x-k f!5 to*
fl^llL&iS* 'Jl ?i.''25~Aft*r *** !?* Belt. the
HOI 8E and LOT No. ? Lafayette **ju?re. re
rentl) occupied br Vice Pi*?i,t. Br 8. hutler < ? lf?x.
Apply to f.VM . SHIPPEN, Hi Wall at street,
Philadelphia. flS t th a.ltt
IVOR KENT?A >E? OND Fi.ooR (unfurnished. >
M rontaining 3 large rooms and a -mall oae, ga
sr?t-r, hath ro->in and on the ?m> fljor; reasonable
rent with good references luquire on the premise-,
1907 Pennsylvania avenue flSJt*
F'OK SALE?Two-story frame HiMIrE cuntainiiif
4 r> m? aod a kitrhen. No. 1 14?? Il?t ?treet, loi
17 f*et fruit by It 0 feet deep nixl alley. rery cheap.
Small p?\ n.> tit-,balance -ii long time Apply to WlL
I 1AM TYLEK, t al Estate Bioker, 7 1 ?? 1M1,
?t reet f!5 at
FvdRRF.NT-Pl.a-ant FURNISHED R0"MSofi
fii-t *ud second ti.xir-, 427 4th street, l?etween
? and D. fit It*
IVOB RENT -Th- HOUSE N ? 417 litli --r^t.
between E and F, i- again f >r rent II haa 11
r<?>m-atid all m.slern conveniences Appl> to Di
T'<>\ ILLIER.v 11 !.'? F t. near ?ih. f 1? *
I^OK BENT?Two desirable HALLS oo 7th alreet,
l> tween D sh>1 L'uisian a a*. r.uc; No. 311. being
the S.1 and 4th doors. TllOS. E. WAGG AM VN,
619 7th street. t U St
f'OR RENT?HoU "*i", N_ 1.2'it >nh street n>rth
west, between >1 and N, rent per mouth, in
advance; nix rooms, side and back alley. N.tien??.l
apply that cannot (five gm?l security that the rent
will be p.iid promptly. a> 1 have be.-n cheated to
the tin omit of SI" '?> tin- la*t tenant. Inquire
corner of 5tli and G ?tr<-eW northwest, of F B.
LORD. f 14-3t*
I^OR KENT?A frame containm^ -i(tht
ror>ni?. No. 606 Mart land a>enii" a'tnhwe^t;
tent modciate. Appl> at No. 610 Maryland
ii ue. f? 31*
1/OR SALE?To build, rn. 40 000 1 EET~0F
* GROUND well lot ated. 75 tvnr- jS.mW feet, IS
c? nt?, to te?ponaihle buildero: no ca-h pa)ni>-nt.
THOS. E VVAGOAM AN. ?19 7th xtr.^t H3 3t
fOR Rf.NT? From Marrh ItHh u--xt, STORE and
r 1>W FLLINO No. 616 P. nn->l?ania a*-nne,
..pp..-it. Metropolitan ILdol JNO K. KENDALL.
No. 614 Pt-nnaylTania avenue fit tf
IVOR S-ClE?At a bartrain, t two-at.Tjr fiain- aix
I r.M.ni I10rSES,aitilated on Rhode Itlntid avenu*,
^o1lth front. bet???n 6th and 7th atreet northweat
Twot-atory fonr-room HOUSES on nlley in rew.it
hIhive. Thia property in in iri??d location and *?rv
(heap, must baaold. E. Ml B. TIMUNBY. 631 F
ftreet. miller Sec on<l National Bank. f?-U lw
Ir??R BENT-A FKONT PARLOR, neatly fur
nixhed a? a chamber, on aecood floor, with or
without Board Price reasonable. Call at 903 7th
*tre*t,aecoiid door above I at. fl2-6t*
tyOK BENT-A LARGB AND DESIRABLiC
OFFICE ROOM. aec?.|?d floor, fronting the ave
nue; Miital.le for a d'-nti?t. or other profi>Mional per
aotih, nlt?o, two ROOMS third floor. Apply to B H
DUVALL, 459 Pennsylvania avenue, V>*twe?o ?l?
end 6th ?t* f 12 9t
l^OR RENT.-THE STORE AND LABOE
r DWELLING. 4*7 Penusylv aula avenue, ?ix
doors ?aat of National U-.tel
FRANCKTAYLOR,
f 11-tf J24 Indiana areniw.
F^OH RENT.?Partly fnrn!?h?d or iiiifnrtiinh.>d.
two or three communicating ROOMS on second
Boor, ga* ai:d water.-tHtionart wa-h?fnndi>. hath and
watel ? I.met on tame floor, 1911 Peuur)Ivanla atn
liiie, b- twei n 19th and 2lih ?treet*. f 11 3t*
L'Oli RENT.?No. 3IS P'-nnsyhania avenue, i<?
r a large and commodious HOUSRof twenty-three
ro,">nin. A fitie opportunity to op.-n a large b..arJiog
h-u-e. P?Mwest.|..n given imuw-diately Tenant w ill
m 11 furniture. App't ..n it. oi t ^rn-i ?! Oi. -n
and Dumbarton "treetn, 0" Tgetown. f 11 2w*
I^OR SAI.E ?A nitie r.. m FRAME H"L'SE.witU
Mile and back ull -jc. a t? ?> st..r> brick ntiible un
rent of lot. tiear M -frevt. L t 23 bv 155feet.
Al- ?. one of Ihe 1.1-nt nlann.-.l and anb-tantiallv
built eight r- ofn FRAME HOUSES.in this cit>, w ith
M.ihie, side and i>i?ck alleys. Pri.'e, J4JIW.
AI-o,a ten room Bill' K HOUSE. Fr -u h roof,
bav w indow; f.-ur roonia ?ii first fl.?or. Pr.c-. $r>JO)
Al.-o, a nine rgt/iu BRICK HOUSE, ou 0 street,
AKo. a cmplet FR \MF. POTTAOR. Prire $2
14JI) Ala?..%ver> de?ir:it 1- Building LOT on lttb-t.. ]
iieai M In'i'iirei.f L 8. <'HAPMAN.Carpent?r?:nl
Builder, SJ037tb nt .. opp. Centie Muk-t. f ll-6t*
1V*'R RENT?A new three-atory BUCK DWELL
IN (J fin 411'J H street northw.??t, containing
1.1 rvxiiua. with water rlo?et and bathroom, a good
cellar, and liirgc- yard; with range, hot and cold
v ater and gas and healed with two Imlrobe stoves.
Thi* house has all in-d-m convenience* Rut JfiS
Vet month Kev i-an be found at 4116 II st. f 10 6r*
|V0R SALE-G001? LOTS~-Several fin- BuildTng
r Lots oi; luth street, be?we.-ii O arid P. for sate
.heap; e*-y tenu?. B II WARNER, 749 7th
street. fSSt
IV<'R SALE or RENT?A K.\RM of ISM arr-s.
r well watered, and adapt-^l to fruit-growing; 75
?. rei> clears, 7S mi rea stout growth of oak and pine;
12 miles from W ashington Title perfect. Railroad
t<. be built near it this summer, direct to Wanliing
t n. Great bargain Riven if sold soon. Will tnke
<-ity prop- rty in exchange. Inquire it 619 Pa. ave
nue east. between 6th an! 7th streets. fet?8 lm
1" V0R RENT?Several small BRK K HOUSES i7.
I . rear of T street. R.-nt $12 per m .nth. Apply
t WILLIAM TYLEK, BeJ Estate Broker, 71*
lMh afreet.
?VoB RENT?ROOMS, Mi.gle an l en suite,fur
P nislied, with or without BOARD, in a private
family, No. 145IS N street northwest, corner l.*h
street. ff<t*
IVOR RENT-A four-room new BRICK HOUSE.
? half square from 14th street cara. $15 p< r
month. Inquire b44 Louisiana avenue, from 9 to
3 p.m. f 6 lm
FH'B BENT-HOUSE No.319 New York avenue,
containing eight room*: one of the nv?t pleasant
locations for summer residence in Washington.
Inquire next door. f6 eoSt*
L'CR SALE?At a Bargain?'Two-atorjr HOUSE >n
r 8 street, between 14th and 18th; pr?s?sed brick
front, with two b?v wimlows, 8 rooaa,bath-room;
large lot; cheap and on long tiiae; an attractive bar
gain. B. 11 W ARNER, 749 7th atreet. f6-M*t
|VoB RE8T?A BB1CK HOL'SR of 8 roonw, near
1 the Capitol; locatien beautiful, and on a corner,
having south and west fronts; the koua>. is new and
in thorough repair; gas and water. Apply at 103 Sd
street eaat. corner North A. j:i2-lm*
IVOR RENT?Two story HOUSE, furnished c.*n
1 nlete, at 406 1st stroet southeast,(corm r 1st aud
and I) sts. southeast.( f l-l>t*
IVOR RENT?In one of the most desirable loca
1 tiona in the city, soutbeaet corner of Hand 14th
streets, No. 1404, large and well furnished ROOMS,
r n suite er single, with hot and cold water in every
room. Bath room and other modern lmprovemeuU.
Rim .mil commnnicatinjr jan?-lm
IVOR RENT?The HOUSE and 7 Acres, known aa
r the Roetdyn Property, in Virginia, adjoining the
Aaueduct at Georgetown, on reasonable term*. In
uuire at Aqueduct Bridge, or of W. H. DUNGAN,
Imperial Hotel. Jsa26-lm
F|~0R REirT?A large HALL, suitabl-for balls.
parties, associations or billiard saloon. 463
Pennsylvania avenue. jau23-lm*
THE VICTORIA
KID GLOVES.
Men's sires, 7H to ?, at ? - ?1 W
Ladiew'l Button, sires AH to 7\ - J *5 i
Ladies'3 Button, si/es 6H to 7\, 1 #0 j
Ladies' 3 Button, siaes 6S te 7>? - 1 76 .
Ladies' Marquis, aires IS to 7^ - 175
Mlanes' 1 Button, siaes 4 to CS I ?
M iseee' 1 Button, eicee 4 to 4H J}## |
Misses' ? Button, sixes 4 toCH - - 3 75 ,
Also,
TUE HAIIR1S'
SEAMLESS KiD GTXJVES,
|
Ladits' and Gent lemon's sizes.
IS
I
LOCK WOOD, ML' FT V * TAYLOR,
H?"U-tr 6?3 PENNA. AVENUE.
ICHOLS,
NICHOLS,
NICHOLS,
THE O.SL Y NICHOLS.
DKALKR IN
FANCT GOODS, HOSIERY. GLOVES, JEWEL
BY, BTATION EKY, CHEAP TOYS. 4c.. Ac.,
No. 1009 7th STREET NORTHWEST,
between K and L streets.
Has a large and pleasant store-room. Has a larg?
stock of goods in his line. Does not pretend to s*41
for less than cost. Believes it will pay customers
from Houth Washington, the Navy Yanl, George
town, and citizens generally, to visit his Cheap Store
often. ly
ST W ONDKBFDL^INVBNTIOH OF THB
l" Moeee' Blectro-Oalvanic BPKCTA
CLB8, ~ ?
Dealer _
Mo. #M
M081
, Agent
r Ib Watobes^Jewefry.and^lch[Materials,
?? Pa. are., bet ha?dTthsts. d?c7 Iy
THB BBVtL'BST OP 8BVBBAL LADIES
j give LESSONS IN BMBBOIDEBY, 1 here
by respectfully announce that I am ready to receive
pupils desiring to learn thia art in any of K
branches. Address or call at
MISS THBKLA MAEDEL'S,
f>-tw" Wo. IM1 Est..corner 18thnorthwest.
LAN URETHS' 1 Have spoken (heir own praise
ifor upward of three quarters
SEEDS Sofa century.
A *ery full supply of the above constantly o? hand
^t ?lTZGERALD'S,
914 Batreet.
Land ret he' Bural Register and Almanac will be
maiN to all who apply. feb4-tu.th.slm
pOB BALLS AMD PAKT1BS.
KID GLOVES,
SI TO fl.SS PBB PAIB.
WALL, B0 BIX SON * 00.7
decM-tf SSI Pennsylvania I
PAR A AB.-Bargains to LADIB8'. OBBTS' and
t!uT.^i an^auT aall-lr
BUSINESS CHANCES.
r/iiLlm|a'fr*-?or stocb. rn
i\^TT?M, <H*OD<M|LL i?< LBASK
?'_?>??. ^ ??'?? *? M a., ourrt of oth?*
roaa?cUoM. Addraa>fr A
4 M1GREBS SALE-Tha MOCK . BIXTUBBS
A. GOOD WILL m4 LEASE of Ike w
iir< can ?> tW romer of mk ?W T streeta
Apr'? to MICH AIL GKKKB sud A U
Hltl.AMfM-* tllU n |l?r) fl?6?
aT~aSA-WAKTIP fobobk hu on
||liUi/Vi?al imI ??Ut- ?wanii wi'k- Dis
tnrt.Mo broker oeed appl* Addreaa " BU81 Si ESS,"
Star OBce ft3**
E*ISHING SBOBE and Ol TUT FOR RESCT.
a near Tort Wa?hingtcn kn ?n ?- T"llp Hill
Larrfitig Apply H- 8 JOHNSON Si . 4?3 P-nn
| .ylvania avewae 1
F~A~BM ?? A<RES. THREE Ul MtTFRS OF A
MILK from Log B-tdg>. Ts ? on AHmr-n
Turnpike near_ Tol^Jto. H n
right and
S. JOIIKSt
B".MiHf Base k, ,
l'!Z'?*>?? b?. ia- ' *r 1"
? <*3 ArK;1?
||OUII FOB ? AL t
t?m> large four Wort house. with three
story i>ltrwi<*,(U ? ?treet. nearly new. twent)
rooms; furnace, gas tint Isrte >ard and
"?aide in rear. Th>- whole pr pertv has r*">eMl?
put in complete rrwit. and is very con* for a
f*r?<. genteel faaiiiT, or f >r a lioardiiig h""" Will
I*** low Inquire at Kr?dmau- Bank. >pp ?ite
Tiea*ury. PtrtM) Ivania uranf fe 13 ?rf
\\*K HAVE OVEB :??? nno E?7i?T OF
" t.Rol Mi, aitnated u different portion- M the
cHt, fir sale at a small advance on a?n?m-ni
prices, W111 ex. Range for ? ~?1 ImiTitM pr 'P-fty
fellMm Jl" A Si BOYLE A Co
l^OB SALK-A "L1LLI Kt > \fv7if^Tfinch-a
*. by S feet, in p"rf?-. i condition. Apply at Wj
? ati-r street,Georgetown fll-?iij!'
F'OB SALF.-ON K III* > PKk.li SllU?F.S t?F
ST?>t K in t entral Building Association Si ? I
Address, for two dava, W S Star office. fll ?t
V AM ABI.K I NIMPK<>\ KD PROPERTY AT
,* rKI\ ATE SALE ?Lot hi. to square 2C, from
ing ol: the aoutli ?i<|? of Xwwuh>i?ett? afnne.he
tw>^n lit hand lit h ?treet? Fnr pnni< ilium apply
toLALIMKR A CLE \RV. auotioneen* and real -?
tate ageuta. Star ..Bee l>n Mine lel.ll eolm
A CttTTAGB BBtlBBNCK FOR SALE \T V
- V ]t \ RCA IN ?The neat tw..-?torr KRVMtl'nT
T\GK "it Ewt I ap't.i, atreet, near the corner <>f vh
l No iO? ti?" a<|iiarM fr >m the C'ap?t<d, can Im> i
1'ouxht. for a limited titne.wi'h the caipet* .?n the ?
lloofa. for &* A)u. It contain* ai\ r^.m?, etrlwii* ;
of cI<?<?!?., I.ath rootu and water ci ?et. aud ha* all
nmderti convenience* A plea?ant laH and pia'/a
in front and conaermfory, and yard in r- ar The '
str<*t ii mied with wood and ?tre*t car* p**? the
d<ior Altogether one of the moat dnatrable Kinall
r -id? ti' --? ? ith? r for a home or an invxninmit now
in the market. Apply to FIT< H A FOX. real e?
tate broker", li09 Pen ie)liaiu* atenu*-. Freed
manV Bank B'tildinn fll i-.'Jt i
f?OR SALE?On !'? urn-i i? hum ateiine. M?r-u i
9th aiel lUth atrefta. aouth aide, fln?' Bl7SIN EHd
PROPKRTT, tear A R Shepb.-rd ?. A l<argain to 1
rloae an entate. B H WARN ER. 72V 7th ?t. fS M ,
TO OOKTBACTORS AND BL'ILI>EBi?.-fT^r
rent or leana.on vr> faiorHbla term-, aa in?-E
hMiAtible bank <4 SAND, of the flno?t quality, near
the cHy. WALKER A MrRAE. A3- Uth atraet,
rppoaHe Treasury f 7 ??'
W'l HAVE AT Ol R DISPttSAL M"M:Y T?>
II LOAS <<i Bnd-rlaaa re*l estate aeenrity?from
?3M> to Partie? deainne -n h loan*, or
i< ?e h?Tiiiv-uma to Invent, may tind u? at our Of
fice, 630 and 632 F ?tr*et .near 7th
t7?f ROBERTS A HI RR Broker*.
(lift fUWI To LOAN ON GOOD REAL
CiOt""" real ???tateaeciirit>',for on? or more
>eara, in sunia id (Ml. to tlO.iH1.
f 6 eolUt MM ROHRER. ?I37th atree*.
F"~MTSfXCiTcTn^P^TwTrartUoT^.^ndftt.H
l)U monthly. Tin*e new two atorT liRK'K
IIOISKS. aitnat>-d on ?"<t aide N- w Hamp?l>:re
?venoe. between T and 1" Mreeta north. Uaie aix
ai^l ?eTen rt>?mi?. hall, front and bark \ard?. Ac.
l'ninipr<'Ti^l I.ota or Vk eat em Land* wil! I?e taken
in part payment. J W. STARR.
jA' tf Northea-t cor New T"rk ave and IMh at
h'OR SALE?The STOCK. GOODWILL and FIX
TI'RESof the Millinery and Fanc> Store. N >.
70T Market Space U-t 7th and H'h atreeta. north
?.*t |j>?-6m| E LESIZBKRO A CO
F'OR SALE-Aa ea??||t-h"d CASH BCSINESS
and |op? b?ae; cetitrally located. Inquire at
>l< ( LKLLAN '8 buani Mill. LS>a nrwt, beiaaen D
and E m rthweat. H
FOR SALE.
L'OR >\I.E? A fin- > \DDLE I1<>K^E
I I. Miiifl ii-l L. A|>pli Stable, 1319
I ?tr. t fll**
I?'<?R SALE?A eplendid t. am of ClIESTNl'TS,
l.'v? liand- high; 8 and 9 \- ar- dd, ym
Mvli-li. :ind of rr-at endnrance Ad.lre?
R ..P.O B"* 11T, Waaliitigtou,D. C. fUV
I * OR SALE?One HORSE and three MCLES,
r fARTS and J WAGONS. Apply to JNO
VOLK. Trraanry Building.
FOR RENT?Au early garden FARM ,on<
milf li'-m city limiu. Apply to JuHN VuliK. Trea
?'iry Building yU !?'
RARE CHANCE ?For SALE?Two aingla aeta
of fine French HARNESS and a d*ubl? aet of
POST HARNESS, alao, a first claaa Eugltati SAD
DLE, UuK>K CLOTHS, etc., etc Apply 723
LSth atreet, betwocfi U and 11 atrebta, Lurthw -t ,fr .m
9 to I o'clock J*? tw*
I^RICKCLAV FOR SALE.
Apply to
DODGE A DARNEILI.E.
j!7 tf 1427 F attvet.
MEDICAL. &o.
Ur EAKNESS. Irregularity, and Nerrona Debili
ty ,enci e??fully treated. Remediea agreeable.
Elegant apartments Ladie* tntereated, addrew< Mrs.
A. C RttSHER. Washington. D 0. fel4 lm*
1>
DB
R. RICORD, 141 Wfbt Fayette atreet, Balti
more.Md. Specialty . Dix-aee* of the Urinary
Oi^auc. Si-ermaiorrhea, 1mpotency. Ac. Th? D >c
t--r ? remediea are prompt and poaitire in restoring
I vigor and removing poiaotn from the blood Medi
ci ne*mailedora*^r^aed. febS Ini*
Yi EEP TOUR OWN COUNSEL, and gat a bottle
IV of ?'So:nfaction" for ?l,frooi any druggiat. It
ia equally good in recent caaea and older caaua. nt
i?trmal midirinr nrrrtsary. janlt Ira*
Madame wilson,
A H'tularly E4mtatnl
PBT8IC1AM AND IIDWiri,
can be conavlted on all
DISEASES INCIDENTAL TO LADIES.
Residence and Coneultatiaa Roams, 9ll 9th liaat.
between Hand I. B >oma,B'?rd, Meiiicai atteiulaocc.
Ac .at reasonable pricaa. Tapeworm rem.>vod wttt
head in two houra. R- ic-r to patieula auccoaafally
t reated in Waahlngton noi 11 Im*
LEON,
C O> S VL TINii FH YSIC1A .V,
The oldrat Mtabkshed Spi-cialtst in the city.
No. ^11 lith atreet, abova 11.
Honrs: II to < and 7 to 9, dait/,
?/"Specialty?Female Co?iplaints mod Cataneooa
Diaeaaea. jyW-tr
F-EMALE DISEASES treated, and confinement
caaea taken. D-arribe caae ana enclose ?5. ad
vice and medicine will be eeut. Addraaa Mra. Dr
THOMPSON, Ko. 646 Kortli 13th SUM, PluUdat
phia. janXT ly*
\fONET returnid IF
171 SkKKAU EL1XW
FAILS TO CURE CHILLS.
To be bad of BRACE A CISSEL,corner Bridre and
W u-liMigtun atreeta,Geor(etown,aud of GEt>RuE H.
PLANT A SON, corner New York avenue and Utk
fctr>^t, where testimonials can be seen. m?M-ly*
THE TRADES.
Awnings and decorations.-awnihob
for atorea, city and country reaidencaa: special
attention given to Decorating Halla for Balla and
Parties; FLAGS. HORSE and WAGON COTERS,
far Ml* or rent, by _
JOHN 0 HOGAN, Mauufactarar,
713 Market Space,
decJ tr Between 7th an4 M atrea*a_
A
B'NINGi, FLAGS, TENTS.
M. G copeland,
643 Loataiana avenue, oue door east 7th street.
AWNINOS for Storea,City and County Reaideooaa
rtrkerrkt in style and finish.
FLAGS and TENTS for sale and rent.
ROOMS DECORATED.
All Canvass articles msde to ordsr
DANCING CLOTHS. ?e? U ,
P EMOVAL.?JAMES F. BRIEN. PRACTICAL
It PL UMBKK, Steam and Gas litter, has RE
MOVED to 60U Lanisiaaa aienoe Orders left at
rneideoce, 22V Sd atreat portfaeaat, Capitol Hill, aad i
at store, wtll meet with prompt attention, decll-tf
J K. Tl'MTOM,
CAKPMKTBR, BV1LOKR,
a so
CONTRACTOR.
Orders fer House Carpentering. Jobbing, or Ooa
tractor's Work speedily attended to.
Shops and Office,
jaiiB-tf 13th streM, beiew B at. northwaat.
F
4 C T B
riBB 8T00B
PRINCE'S BAZAAR
AT COST
CA AIL TBK STOCK IS CLEABBD OUT, AS BB
intends BUILDING.
to com* iaa^ajUaiN
Bratdinc dowa, OnsMBtal Hair Work o*
Pearl, by JIrs ? F^M^M ,JaU^^Boa>oa, |U.H?
diSTtraS, ^s. Atelral
Corcoran,
K7>L0BIDA ORABGES.
r DiTMlfrsMtksOror*. .
??w- "iKSKa
1?RY GOODS.
fires? p?*-? ?M. orr
?( .*u, uiu or
WOOLEN" DET GOODS
foe a riv bats lobobb
l^irmixTwis ?7
WILL ?LL AT COffT.
rirriL tbe ?*tk pay or rc??rA?r.
THEIB ENTIRE KTtMB OF W 1MBS DBBBB
?WM
BLACK ALT AC AS,
Lowrr than ?h?r ctikfMn thw Bark at.
A !?r*? U>1 well stork rl FiCiriO pgg.
( AI.FSH SD fiit. per yard, fUkrtatMj l?w tfcaa
aholeaalrpii.-asin Kp? T,?rk
( UTT<tli GOODS, *11 grade*-? fr? ti m *kir?
coat. TBV CI.
LI TTRELL ft H UE,
??t ^w ? **h ??r*?4 an<1 P on* tn
|>Ht?ARL I OK ISAlUl RATION
CUE AT BACRIFICB or
i>li? (.UdDSAN'l) CAfU'KTIXGS.
jsEEiyG lS~BELl?ViyQ 1
NO DIM OCBT.
Bnt ni?e*?inpled l<> p<ircha?er? are aew
oprm until M \B? H 1. t?T J. at llt< r?-u,>?.??d eeiaB
li?bineiit kuvwu aa
THB ARCADE .
In ?r<fr ?o reduce t He > ?t<? k c? winter
,.f .*?? J * * "
) ? t <hj hand, iti 1 t ? luake r< *n f.?r ?W mna/
? 'B. the nndfr?ii:ne^ hii^ iitBrk?l (hr mriom ^
article In store, abil, i. fwaut.^ *12
sr-trus-L-i ^sa?iar
ZiZXZSXUS: ' -'
Th* itofk K> offHrnd ???iiiDriMw ri .ti.a ?> . ^,
Shu* U, Woo||?n g>r*m G h? vStSpw* H
8b<*ftnif?,( ott n?, mnd viieeli vthnr h iwtl hjlil
too numerous to mention, ??
A>B THE GREATEST SPECIALTY IS ?r?
, i kkivai ed >tu? k or *UB
-w< a uCil,fnJ CARPETS! CARPETS'
Vi!* ?nce ear.'U aiiviiun. this
OT N> ? T.-rk ^'Y' .Thoee ?ho are ain <u> !? <a
-- U111<1<U1<< oarM
their horn** nicely for tbe Inauguration -tu antinap*
ti ti of tii.itin* friend* and acquaintances?. an <?? aa
st a mi.all f-xi-n^ hr at oaoe colling oo iUim Bra
*r" "? to amt all aiiH every one
OA'/.* ON a MORS CHANCE Of J HM
SOA T<t PROCCRE A BARVAJN
*? ?" "? *ssz?s?:k
PROFESSIONAL.
lib M L JILlllN,
** ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN.
?SOlm* IOIK 1> St eAuthw^at .< uear It'h at t
C~? B fOSlU. mTI
/. DENTIST.
N<> 110k N<*? T ik ??
dn
J
B-t?~-c llth and ttk m
AMES O. CLirUAM. E Z BRAILBY.
J<? fiirt of H'mofarkf* I La t wiik of ? W?| I
Sir Comi a'i? C. I ft ?' (VttcM* Cta.
CLEfHABB A BBA11.BY,
ftUMirapkrri Law K'farl^ri,
OEut. 1 I ? C ttrivt.Mown lat aitd M. lattuc l?
diana a\ cnu*-. and 1 33li E atraat,
|a?at m Mali 1X1 Ik Bbtl 111 ti Btf
Bbort Land r'p'iti ?4 t<-*iu*???i?> and oth^ ?rt
c< i dltixs hi It** lA>urt? turuiahrtl pr>tuptlr. IiEVB
HTIO?S> tak?*u In kburt-hand Prim-?d < pr "??
cut**d <>? t>p? aritin* maUbF,luiuub?d at aaaM
rat<- a* n arumrj-ipt ropy. mart If
J u* *'attobket yr law.
2io. 9 T "tu f ? La? BuiliTOtc,
d<! if WaahiuKton.lt <
PIANOS, <fcc.
I'ISTAV Kl IIN. m ACTUAL rtASU MA
A if!. Tl'NEk A.\U ,
Ot PIANOS ANU OKU AN 8 i)><1<'r-tiB|
'? rt at KikKf Jrvlry Mora, fetfy PaW^mO
???*., Hud at hAlli.N > iTUgktort'.cvrim ftliotraac
?.<?1 avint;*v f-II Xm
'?^LK1AU AN 1? KKI'AlklNtTI IASOh *kr Pm.
A fi*> aa^ My,i ml
?a?? IWMM tbe m<wt pr nipt anl-ati?f
t< i> att. ntion k> U L. W 1LD A UUU
Il k -tr?~-t. u? ar n>-ttliw?*t c??rn?-t vt f
a\cbii?-, for tba paiH l?wtj ) rar* areU knwwi (?
Cart ir al Piati<> aid Muai< al Inatnimoiit Hak?r? aal
pair> r?. lv aiert is Ptan * and Mwctl laati ?
DH?Bt? I?ltlll|. _H
WCUullACkkU A CO e PlAAok
O PHILADELPHIA.
GREAT BEDCCTIOS IB PB1CKS
Thaaa MrMMi, which, ok in-mnt of thatr M
?i nontf o?ar all otb?m, ba\? la afr? i war>
Lroaw lli' Ui.*?l p, puiai fc.-r.-, aa arrll aa al BBHHB
otar ibr cuutr) .can |m bad tvv far tb* M '11 tfl
luvllif low Brirr?
bUl'AHK PIANO!* from $Vt to ff?
I PUIUHT PlANOb from #?uuto #7*.
GBAND PIANOS lru? ?sfi to $lviC?
Peraona who ? ub u> aava from $ 1 mi to |M la par
cbaMii* tba b?-at watrnin^ut out, arc tiiwud to Ml
a,id ' ? >u.par? for tliruiarlvaa Pianoa fur rant
pu Laugod Tonilir anJ U-patr i<r ar<>p>*rl)r i
to. CABL BIOifntB. At
JU *>? ? ? - ?
dl? tr wia
WILLIAM EN ABE A CO.,
Baltimoib. Mit(U<ti>,
GBAND. I>wl ABE AND I I'RIUUT PIABOB.
Tbaar luatrunn-iit* bate barn 1-1 <r< the putllc tar
fort) )< ar?, and upon th>-ir aBoella?L? -
attaiued an unp<ir< baae4 ?
? hich pronounce* ttjtaa oikmi
tona, teach, woikaoaanhia
have ba+ti awards mitt -Bva r?M and ul?*t w
at dill?T?-ut f?n - "vcrutlrrciiBipftltiiri. All uf I
Hll AKE PIANOS bave tbrir new and
Ovt-ratruu* Atlp and A^faCa.
W llliani Mt Caauaoii'i PIANOS and PIABOflaaB
OBGAN8 f roai tarioaa wall kn?*ii iMWbkfct Mb
and rant, at BEK HENBAOU 'B.
dx W?-tr Piano W>r?r.>i??. ?lt.t lllh atra?<.
HOTELS.
ILLABD b HOTEL,
WASHINGTOK, D. 0.
REMODELED. BEPl'BNItiHED.
FIFTY PB1YATK BATH B<K)M?. AND
ELEYATUlia AbMV
OPE* NOVEMBEB t, 19TH.
dec* If J. W. CAKE. Proprietor
U1
M10B HOTEL. UnniiTowii, D. O.
V. .-111NN, Proarlacar.
This Hotal har bafii u-v. ly raffttrd and
It contains all tba aiodara ? pi?riii-a>s but
cold baths, Ih II*. and gas. It to cotT?ai?ntlr ka
tated, Ih-iivc situated on tba line of the WaahinftM
and GtHjrgetuwu Cit? Paaanncnr railroad, tba cars
of which, from tba railroad aod strwuboat '
paas tba door rrar> two or tbrae minaiaa. Tha
Kueau of tbia botua can reach any of tba pwMie
t-uildinm of tba natioaal capital ir any plana af
amnsanM-nt, Ac.,by a ptaaaant ride >J af>-w miautaa
Persons doiuc buatu*?s tlou thr lu# of tba *
and on tba wkarvaa will And it to tbair advantage ta
toyt this house. datg-ly
Ct B A I .
I bCOTT PLACE.
dec4 3m INswa 1 and B straata.
JJAMILTOH HOFSB,
drc4 Sm North-aat oorwar ot ltth and K at*.
TH!
E BRYANT HOLeiE,
Ltaiod mi rtmm Uit *?sw mmA N. Y mmh.
After tba 1st of !><-<. ak it, ICS, P^rrnau- at ant
Transient Boarders will ted this bower una uf tba
moat daalrablf aud Moat (MteUMtly located ha?M
id the city.
The rooms are neatly farntabrd, wall lichtad Ml
veutilat^d, and pru\MUd with all modern b<j*a as
con.modaltons.
The cliarges are low, hut tba vasts and tbe ceai
fort of all gtteaU will I? carefully pro, i lad for.
Tba proprietor, E HICHABDB, baa drtarmiaed u
provide a good catarar awU-aiB
||Yaoai HOTEL,
Ho. T*? G STREET,
jetttf BiTwitormnlnlriiiTt.
'pME
IMPERIAL HOTEL,
JAMES SYEES, P'sprtrfer.
rtOTKC riXMTLTtHli ATANCB,
hittrtr* IXk mud UlA ttrmUy
WltllMTOI, D G.
Thankful to tba pwblic for
tba paat, tbe Proprietor asks Ma aid
patrons Is teat tbe arr nmmndal^as of his
i stshllshiiat, which be prat is a? shall be
laaat e?ial to tba beat to Waahlngl?.
janAtf 1 Bap, Obron .J
(trpHE ABLLNGTOB,"
WXRMON T A WEN VE,
* E0B88LE * BOM,
orM if Pkopbii
t C. WILLARD,
EBJB1TT HOUSE,
WASHIBGTOB. D. O.
Ca
D*
W OEM LEY*
PECTORAL SYBUP,
IN
OOCGHS AND OOLDB.
SOLV BY ALL OR WHISTS.
U*
M
E. A. C. GIYACDAB.a French Oaak ?
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