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THE EVENING STAR.
DOUBLE SHEET.
W A8BIN6TO "N't
S IT1RDAV I>?*cc*niber is, im
C ROM SI' *. NOITES Editor*
?trom Daily Circulation ov?r
l>~mo a much larger bm%a1Me,
rr&ular attd t"T*i?n<fl rirrulatUm than
that of all the other daily in the ;
city added ioQetiter*
To Travelers and Keatdents Abroad*
Thb Evkking stab wili be fonnd on file At the
followirar viae*#, where, also, a-'vertisercenta and
snbscrirtionB will be receivedHenry F. Gillltf ft
Co., Btr-ud. Chtrlng Crrwa, London; Charles
Hartwlck. 118 BoulevdrdMs*enU, md H. Y- Herald
ft?'.ce, 4U Avenue de l'Oi-era. hri&
- - ^^ 1
To Advertiser*
AdTsrtlsera are re<ineeted to send In ttelr anDooncen^
nU as early in the day aa j-osRible, and In
_?T 1.?in rvt W C*V| A 4 n tka
?!i rauwa wnure u auia xtx- jluduiwiwuuui hw '
same day's iwae of those rt&cliixur Uu ofQoi After }
that hour cannot be assured.
To Correspondent*.
Letters should be arMrwwed tc the Editorial or j
S^mees Manager of Th* Stab, according to their |
tenor, and not tc> any individual name. Otherwise i
provofcina delays may occur, on account of ab- t
en ce, etc.
Checks, etc , should In ail eases be made payable
lo the order of f Hfc Evekinq Htab N'mrim
C'ompast?not to that of any individual.
tw~ Anonymous communications not read; rejected
manuscripts not returned or preserved.
\ Convenient Small Currency.
Now ibat gold is no longer at a premium, and
Is coming out from Us hiding places Into circul
itlon. the curious f:\ct is presented that for convenient
use the public prefer greenbacks to It; i
and f>>r any amount under Ave dollars even pre- j
fer silver. The gold dollar is objectionable on '
account of Its minute sLe. i nderfng It con- i
stantly liable to be tat. As FUsIall had in sink- i
ing, this little coin has an ala'vity lor dropping ;
from a portmonnale. or working through the t
bottom 01 a p ;ket. If the gold dollar could bo j
made thinner and of larger surf." *e it would not >
only obvuue tins objection to a < >. : ta!n extent, j
t>ut It would be a much hiin<K>mer coin. All j
otir gold coin in fact, compares unfavorably with |
t he Europeans in in apr-e mce, for the reason ;
that it is both Inferior i.i dc^un and execution, j
and is clumsily tldcU in pr port ion to its surface. .
Our gold dollar might almost as well be cast |
round, in the shape of bird shor. as in its present
sbaie.
Dut undoubtedly the most convenient money
for general use in the way of making change,
and ior sending small amount.sbj mail, is a frac- i
t lonal currency something like our recent postal '
currency. All who l.ave traveled in Italy will j
recognize the great convenience of the small !
paper currency of that country, which is issued j
in denominations from ten cents upwards. To '
be sure, t he pap; r money there Is at a discount !
on account of the wretched linanclil condition <
of ibe country, but it is most serviceable despite I
t his drawback, and when issued from a source I
of first-class credit, it would rank yet higher as |
a circulating medium.
?Various
candidates for the Berlin mission are
being urged upon various grounds but there
seems to be quite an earnest movement in behalf
of 11 >n. T. It. Bryan (ex-'' >mmlssloner) on
the score of personal titness. lie speaks and
writes French. < iennan and other modern languages
with ilnency. and his business relations j
as a leading lawyer In the west have been a i
rood deal with the (Jerrnan-.Mnencan citizens: j
anu as most or rued :t!e>of our minister at
Berlin havereferen to this class of our citizens,
it is held thiu lie would Iv i he right man
in the right pU.ce. in that position. It is hardly !
necessary to say that the people oi this District. !
from their knowledge oi him. will endorse his 1
fitness for this or any other position requiring:
ibillty and integrity, but at the -aim1 time they
v||j be lo'h to spare so u-x-fui a citizen.
Elsewhere will In found the plan for the CO u- I
pietlon of the Washington monument proposed j
by W.W.story, the artist, wito has done so
many things so well, as writer, poet, painter
and sculptor, that Lis views are ent;i!ed to '
great consideration. At the same time, the
probability i.-. ig that If the question of the plan
is reopened. the discussion as to the right one
will be so wide and heated amidst the multiplicity
of projects proposed, that the monument
will i-emain in its present unfinished condition
for another half century or more, to the national
discredit. And however well put are Mr.
Story's objections to the present plan, it is
quite certain that his own, proposing a tall
tower coated with marble of many colors, and
having a portieo with statues at the base, will
be criticised a.-> yet more incongruous and unAmerican.
It can at least be said of the present
plan that it is simple and dignitied,?in
those respects illustrating the character of the
man it commemorates,?and that something is <
due in good faith to the large number.of the
American people who have contributed the
money to raise it to its present height with
the understanding that this plan was to be
carried out. There is, of course, not much ornamental
beauty about a simple shaft of this
description: at the same time, it is an exaggera- j
t ion to say that it will look only like a chimney, i
Bunker mil monument doe 3 not look like a
chimney, and the Washington monument, from !
its greater height and t^e character of Its material,
(white marb^ wm look yet more state- !
ly and un-chimr'.y
Every ^mg must have hl> day in these times
01 aU*empted political assassination, and the
f- of the king of Denmark came recently, ac*
ording to a call* dispatch. II!-. would-be as- (
sassin got no farther than threats, however, 1
before arrest. The Klntr had consequently less 1
reason to be scared than hi.-> colleagues of Spain
and Italy, and received no more damage. The
Danish ruler is not popular with his subjects
and their representatives, lie is thought to be
harsh to his people lor the sake of pleasing Bismarck,
whom he permits, also. to remain in undisputed
possession of certain portions of Dan
lsh territory. There have been many riots in !
t'openha^n within the last thiee or f?>ur years, 1
and not long ago the national assembly refused
to vote an appropriation to cover the expenses I
Incurred in suppressing a rebellion which was j
thought to have been mainly caused by the 111- j
treatment of the Santa u/ negroes by the
Danish officials and colonics. Copenhagen
was not illuminated after the arrest of his
TVftllli1-l\*? K'AniA ff-.c vvban ITinrr
Humbert escaped.
The recent decision of the St. Louis court ot
appeals that divorce ca&cscaunot be referred to
a referee tend-^ to still further complicate the I
conflict of laws relative to marriage ia the '
United states. One effect of the decision will j
be to coutirm to the public the Inestimable
privilege, with the moral Improvement accom- j
panying, of j*>nderlng over and gossipping
about the sir,- Of VMKMSM9 o* those whom ;
(.ixl has joined together, as they urv exposed lu
open court. '
Having stiffcred a similar Indignity to that ot i
the thrive unfortunate blind mice a' the hands
of the farmer's wife, three or more queue-less j
Chinamen have brought action for damages
against a sheriff ia California, on the ground
that he did mallei usly cut off their tails. An
ordinance prepared tor the especial benefit of
the Chtnese provides that the hair of all priscners
shall be cut short, and a- the curtailed
Chinese were criminals, the sheriff acted within
the law. Without the prospect of the loss of
their queues, prison, with Us more commodious
apartments and superior fare, has no terrors
for thotse class* - of the Chinese which gravitate
towards the loek-np. This queue ordinance,
doubtles de^^ned for the moral improvement of
the Chinese since it prevents evil-doing by imposing
a dreadful though painless punishment,
shows the tender regard of California for the
well-being of Its celestial visitors and removes
painful doubts on the subject.
The Fidelity Safety Deposit Company of Chicago,
in avoiding the comiding spirit which induced
the Manhattan Bank to entrust the saf*>
combination to the janitor, have brought some
embarrassment upon themselves by going to
the other extreme. The only official who had
knowledge of the combination of the spooial
deposit vault mysteriously disappeared, leaving
the company in agonizing doubt as to whether
or not the deposits were also missing. The discovery
now made, that they have been robbed,
will not ait their doubts at rest in an agreeable
W.
Among the suggestions for the better government
of cities urged by the writer of an article
in the January number of the North Ari?riccm
Jtrviet* are a more rigid professional superintendence
of all public works, greater economy
In the Internal administration of the city's supplies
and waste, and the adoption of a system
by which comi>ensatlon or fixed rent si?all b?
taken for every kind of street occupation, surface
railroads, telegraph poles, gas pipes, news
and business stands and all ambulatory vocations.
No privilege should bo granted withput
adequate compensation. If American cftl *s
would follow the example of Paris In this r sp<ct
it is thought that an income would be secured
which would by a reasonable Increase
with their growth and with a return of prosperity.
either pro vide for local debts within the
period of their maturity or relieve a large burden
of the annual taxes. Another source of
revenue suggested is the sale of city waste to
| the highest bidder for fertilizing or tilling pur!
poses.
Boston Public Schooi. Reform.?The last
issue of the New England Journal ??/ Kfnca'ion
speaks of the much-talked-of changes and
reforms la the management of the public
schools of Boston as follows ."It
is much to be deplored that the schoo
interests of our city have fallen into the hands
of so many persons who have no large views of
educational concerns or of the wants of our city
schools. * * * Meanwhile, our sehools will
keep on the even tenor of their way under the
supervision and control of a body of teachers
second to none in the land. It only proves their
superiority, that, in the midst of so many official
changes and proposed methods ot reform,
the schools do so fully and steadily meet the
wants of the people, and are so srenerally commended
by the approving patronage of all
elasf-es of our eil izens. They are too good to be
meddled with by incompetency, and until we
can imw Mruup-r uifii iii our sunuui cjuuciis,
the more severely they are let altw the better."
^HE sr.\I>AY KEPCBLIC will eoutiiu to1
morrow an original Sketch by "Porte Crayon."
The Republic is ItiroiRhed by farriers in Washington
ami Georgetown for 15 c. nts per month. It
^EU YEAR S CALLS.
White, Lk'ht and Medium Shade?, Two and Ou<j
Button
KtT> GL< >V'KS.
and NECK \V EAR.
WM. S. TEEL.
dse38-tr &,'!,> Pennsylvania
t ^ABlUAiiES. C&UHI4UE9.
V CARRIAGES
Tr?t a^ded to tuy stock, one of those very snrorior
I.iKht COJ TELE 1TS for one horse, very .,* *jr
cheap. New and Second-hawi OAK-viy" SKyRIAGESof
every depcidption. SLEIGHS ^
in tTtat variety, cheap.
Repairing promptly attended to at reduced urices.
ROIi'T n. GRAHAM.
410-410 StJi street n.tr.,
dec28-3t Between D and E.
THADE DOLLARS
1 TAKEN AT PAR
Is Exchange Foit
ALL HIXDS OF It MY HOODS.
WM. R. RILEY,
Rilky Building,
corner JWfi anil E street*,
Ce< 28-3t Two squares above Penn'a avenue.
JE3i PER ('EST. OFF FOR CASH.
W. M. SHUSTEP. & SONS
Are now offering their entire stock of
ELEGANT DRESS GOODS
at the retrnlar rates, anil allowing a deduction of
Ten Cexts ox thf. Dollak foh Cash.
W. M. SIllTSTEK A SONS,
It ytU Vennsyleania are.
DOK.LASS.
N1NTII STREET. ST. CLOUD BUILDING,
Exclusive Ages< \r iou the Gbkat
UK ATI IE COUSET."
the neyf
'CUIRASSE COKSEI"
>7. v.- Lpict- introdi ofd by us is the only perfect fituiiJ?
Corset oi the kind at One Dollar.
dcc'JP-tr DOUGLASS'.
{TOR OPERA AAD IiECEPTIOA'S~
KID CLOVES! KID OLOVES!
We call esj ecial attention to our lance stock of
MONOGRAM KID GLOVES,
From 2 to ?i-buJtons, in delicate evening nn j=*i
shade and the newest colors, which we arc j lQ 1
offering at a reduction in order to clode. Jlijjjfjljj
JOUVIN AND EMPRESS KID GLOVES.
MADAME M. J. HINT,
cifc-'~-tr OS I and O'J.'S D street.
J^OTTOM CLOSCIU PRICES.
50 Picces Gingham, at 8c. per yard.
U.ihHi Yards Knickerbocker, at He.
300 Bro< he and other Shawls, cheap.
loo Pair Blankets, at $1.00.
150 " White Blauket*, from $2.00 to 09.
lo Tieces Table Lmen, from 25 to 75c.
"> Pieces Ladies' Matelasse Cloaking. $2, $2.50 and
$3.0?>.
Splendid Black Cushinore, at 40c.
Cnitain Muslin, from 12^4 to 50c.
Piano and Table Covers, cheap.
Cloaks to be closed out cheap.
OUR WHOLE STOCK AT A HEAVY REDUCTION.
GEO. J. .JOHNSON,
dec28-tr Cor. 7th *t and Market Sinter.
1SMAIS LUfE
1 United States & Royai, Mail Stkamkbs.
NEW YORK to QUEKNSTOWN and LIVERPOOL,
Every Thursday and Saturday.
Cit\ of Berlin 5491 tons City of Montreal.4490
l.'ity of Richmond.4007 " Cityof Brussels..3775
City of Chester?4566 " Cityof N. York. .3500
Iliest magnificent steamers are anionic the strongest.
largest and fastest on the Atlantic, and have
every modern improvement, including h"t and cold j
water and electric l>ells in staterooms, revolving !
L'liairs in saloons, bath and smoking rooms, barber I
shops, etc.
For rates of passage and other information, apply
to JOHN G. DALE, atrent, 31 Broadway, N. Y.; or to
D. A. BBOSNAN, 926 G st ; J. W. BOTELElt &
BRO.. 923 Penna. ave.; G. W. MORSE. Adams' Express.
W ashington. dec28-eoly*
F,OR SALE?A new and elegant HALLET DAVIS
& CO. UPRIGHT GRAND PI&NO. in_j?^
ebony and gold; i>crftct in tone: a very
t eaut if ul instrument. Will be sold at cost' ? tTi
for cash before New Year's Day, at 811 9th st. ;
u.w. <lec27-4t |
ur w. w?\\,
? . CONFECTIONERY AND ICE CREAM SA
LOONS,
7'*I Sixth street n.fr..
With iiicrfaKed fiu'ilities, is now prepared to furnish
Parties, Weddings and Receptions at short notice,
and the usual satisfaction guaranteed. dec27-lu?
^|Ai\MKL\ OKA.MiES.
JUST RECEIVED, A LOT OF
MANDARIN ORANGES.
C. C BRYAN,
>ie< 27-2t X.tr. eorner 15th and I *t?. i
^TIIY IT IS TO YOm ADVANTAGE, i
.1
YOU SAVE FULLY TWENTY PER CENT.
YOU GET JUST WHAT YOU WANT.
YOU CAN SELECT YOUR GOODS WHERE YOU !
ARE BEST SUITED.
YOU PAY ONLY WHOLESALE H\TE8 FOR
MAKING AND TRIMMING.
I
YOU Rt'N NO RISK, AH THE MONEY YOU
l'AV i OK GOODS, MAKING ANL) TRIMMING
IS REFUNDED TO YOU IN
CASE THE!" DO NOT FIT.
CONSIDER FOR YOUB8ELVES THE IMPORT
AM E OF THIS MODE IN GETTING
YOUR GARMENT!* MADE.
JOHN M. KEELEK,
Artist Tailor.
If11 Pennsylvania ave.
W. C. MERTZ, Manwr novl(V2m
t^ECOSD IXSTALMOT OF LITTLE
MEN'S CLOTHING.
Children's Suits, 5 to 10 years. 3, 4 and $3 up.
Keys' Suits, 8 to 16 years, 4, 5,6 and $7 up.
Children's and Boyd' Overcoats and Ulsters, 3.50, 4
and $3 up.
Men's and Youths' Overcoats, 4. 5, 6. T to $12 up.
Men's and Boy's Pants, 1.25,1.50, $2 up.
Men's Dress Shirts, from 50c. to ?2.
3 Linen Collar* lor 25c.?t-ply linen.
Call at
SELBY'S,
1914-1916 Penna. avenue,
<Jec23-tr Between 19th and 20th sts.
TB. cbow, JB.,
DsalJB n
? LUMBER, WOOD,pOAI*
Doors, Bash, Bunds, Moulding*, bo.
Offce.'BU Market Space,!" Board of Trade Rooms.")
Principal office*. Wharf, Depot, and Pianin# Mill.
foot 4th st east
Orders left wftU Mwwra P P LJTTLB 4 Oo., Grooerm,
corner K and 4th sta. as., and THOB. W.
SMITH. 4th and Pa. ava eacL vtu receive prompt
ittftTlUWi OOtll >111
FOB MEW TE&B8.
FINE PI-ATED EPERGNES. FRUIT B*OWLS.
NUT-PICKS AND CBACKEB8, NUT BOWL"*,
CAKE BASKETS, BUTTER DISHES. CJFFEE
URNS, ICE FITOHER8, TEA SETS, WAITEB3. 1
FLOWER VASES, AND RODGERS' SUPERIOR i
TABLE CUTLERY.
_^ec27 M. W. OALT, BRO. & OO. J
T^EW YEAR'S PRESENTS.
LADIES' SEAL SKIX SAVQUE9,
FUR-LIXBD WBAPS.
FRESH STOCK.
LOWEST PRICES.
STINEMETZ,
1V31 Pennxi vania avenue,
deo27-tjan3 Next to corner 13th street
?? ?
pOR NEW TEAR'S DAT.
I - '
MALAGA GRAPES,
FLORIDA ORANGES.
CALIFORNIA TEARS,
BANANAS.
LADY APPLES.
JAMAICA RUM.
ST. CROIX RUM.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FINE OLD WHISKIES. SHERRIES, PORT?,
BRANDIES AND SWEET CATAWBA.
JOHN H. MAGRUDER,
14V1 New York avenue,
dw27 tr Near U. 8. Trewturr Department.
j Q HEAT ATTRACTION !
RICH HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
A LARGE AHSORTMENT,
I GO<>I' GOODS.
VERY LOW PRirES.
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
FINE GOLD JEWELRY,
DIAMONDS,
AND OTHER RARE GEMS.
CLOCKS. AND BRONZES. SILVER,
AND SILVER PLATED WARE,
FANCY GOODS, Etc .
AT 8 GOLDSTEIN & CO..
Loan akp Commission Brokers,
A'. K- cor loth and l> sf*.,
deo23 tr Frenting Ponusj tvania avenue.
^IBSTAXTIAL IIOL.ID.VY PRESENTS.
CLOAKS from $5 to $25.
BLACK SILKS from $1 to $3 yard.
BLACK CASHMERES from 50 c?nta to $1 yard.
BLACK ALPACAS from 25 centa to 50 conta.
NOVELTIES IN NEW DRESS GOODS, reduced
to 25 cents.
ALL WOOL COLORED CASHMERES; every
color that is f.ialiionable reduced to 62)$ ceuta.
BLANKETS, 200 pairs, from $2 to $10.
BED COMFORTS from $1 to $3.
CASSI1IERES for Meu and Boys' wear, from 50
evil 18.
MATELA88E CLOTH for Cloaks; new pattern?.
Fine BALMORAL SKIRTS from 50 cents to $4.
SHAWLS from $1.50 to $9.
BROCHE SHAWLS from $5 to $25.
BLACK THIBET SHAWLS, single and double,
from $2.50 to $15.
CARFETS at factory prices, from 15 cents to 75
cents.
1 NOTTINGHAM CURTAIN LACE from 25 to 75 !
I cents.
Immense stock of HOLIDAY GOODS .it
C. M. TOWSON,
636 Pennsylvania avenue,
dec21-tr ' South Bide, near 7th street.
TIIK HOLinilS.
Larve and rich variety c?f Novelties in FANCY and
WORSTED OOODS.
EMBROIDERED SUPPERS. SLIPFER CARES,
CUSHIONS, SUSPENDERS, CARD and CIGAR
CASES.
Fine selection of JAPANESE GOODS.
Silk and Russian Leather FA IS 8, WORK BASKETS.
GLOVE and HANDKERCHIEF BOXES.
Choice assortment of Initial HANDKERCHIEFS.
KID GLOVES.
SILK MUFFLERS and JABOTS in all shades.
CHILDREN'S MERINO CLOAKS and VELVET
CAPS of superior elegance, at
MRS. SELMA RUPPERTS,
614 9th street,
dec!3-tr Opposite Patent Office.
691 FOK CHRISTMAS.
TOT TBJINKS,
Ladies' Drew Trunks, Men's Sole Leather &n-l Folio
Trunks, Ladies' and Men's Satchels, Traveling
Baps, Shawl Straps, Harness, Robes, Horse Covers,
Whips, &C..&C., at low prices "or cash, at the Practical
Manufactory of
JAMES 8. TOPHAM,
48X 7th -> TT-11
?' ? ?? VU? A OUUITO uau.
REPAIRING. i
Trunks Covered, and TrunkB and Harness thoroughly
Repaired by good Workmen. decl3-tr 1
pBESEKTS TO SUIT THE TIMES,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
I
IN RUSSIA LEATHER, METAL, CANVAg AND 1
WOOD BOXES, DESKS, PORTFOLIOS,
rOCKETBOOKS, CIGAR CASES, INKSTANDS,
MATCH BOXES.CARD CASES, BA8KET3.&0.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, GIFT BOOKS.
Cheap and Elegant
TOY BOOKS.
Innumerable, at
SOLOMONS & CHAPMAN'S,
declB- 911 Pennsylvania ave*ue>
j^T HOWARD'S.
Comer 7th and L streets northieest, ^
rou CAN BUY
14 pounds New Currants for ..$1 00
16pounds Old Currants for 1.00
5 rounds best Leghorn Citron for 1.00
6X pounds London Raisins (double crown),.... 1.00
5 gallons celebrated Rochester Cider 1.00
1 gallon very best Catawba Wine 1-00
2 gallons New Orleans Molasses 1.00
6 irounds choice French Candy 1.00
6 pounds Mixed Nuts 100
8 pounds Rio Coflee 100
14 pounds Brown Sugar LOO
declO-lm ___
HEADACHE AKD XEI RALGIA PILLS
Hk.ap Db. Benson's Ache.
1 Heap Ache.
I!eai> Celeky Ache.
Head Ache.
Heap aud Ache.
i Heai> Ache.
Heap Chamomile Pills Ache.
, Heai> Ache.
Heap art- prepared expressly to cure Ache,
Heap Ache.
, Head Sick Headache. Ache.
I Head Ache.
1 Heap Nervous Headache. Ache.
I Bfap Ache.
Heap Neuralgia. Ache.
| Heap Ache.
' Heai> Dyspeiwia, Aciie.
! Heap Ache.
Head aud Ache.
! Bead Ache.
Heap Nervousness. Ache.
Price. 50<\ a box. Mailed free. Sold by all Drugtrista.
Office, 100 North Eutaw street, Baltimore,
Md. decl4-s,eo2t
1 GALLON PORT WINE, (pure Juice) $2.00
10 lbs. 1URKIHH PRUNES, New 75
1 large bottle CALIFORNIA BRANDY 75
1 gall. N. Orleans MOLASSES, new and fancy 60
1 gall, good SYRUP 40
4 lbs. plain Mixed CANDY 60
! 1 large bottle OLD WHISKY 75
7 lbs. London Layer RAIBiNS 1.00
! 10 ibs. HUGAR, (nearly white) 75
! 6 lbs. pure French Mixed CANDY 1.00
Princtss Pare* Shell Almonds, per lb 60
C. S. OnARE & SON,
dec20-2w 1913 7th ?t. n.w., bet M and N.
>
jr
WANT6 !
TTITANTF.D?A goo I GIRL for chamber worh a^d :
tt wBitmtr. Inquire at 4*3 Penn'a ave. It* |
"11r ANTED?Two or three uafumishe.t BOOMS.
* i w ithin tea minutes waik of 10th street. Address '
HOWARD, Star office. _ dec28-2t?
WANTED?A white WOMAN to cook, wash and
'' iron: bert of references require .141i,.UhsV.
GEO. T. KEEN. dcc2S-3i
\VASTED-To Bnr?A good OF1ICK DESK, for
f* a little money. fcieud description and prc? to
R. I,. C.. Star office. lt*_
WANTED?A furnished BEDBOOM and one nu
T ? furnished ROOM, suitable for light housekeen
iror, near the Patent Office; references exchanged.
Address I'., Po?t Office Box 514. It*
11 ANTED-A Walnut SECRETARY and 5<? yards
Vt BODY BRUSSELS. to be free from mollis or
bftrd usage; ?ill exchauira for watches or a b.irvaiu
for cash. "JEWELER," P. O. Box 698. deo28-3t*
V\r ANTED?January 1st. by a gentleman and wife
yy a well furnished PARLOR and BEDROOM, not
above s? cond story, between 12th and 15th aud F
and L sts. Address, stating texuis, NAVY, Star office.
It*
"IV ANTED?Two ladies and two erentlemen, CAN*
T ? VASSER8, for one year, to whom steady emplo>inc-nt,
and the best waives paid; none but experienced
need answer this advertisement. Apply
If 03 8 st dec38-3t*
W ANTED?To He.nt-A nice Front ROOM, with
'i Board, for two, at $40 vo* month; one Front
Room, with heit and gas, glO i>er month; Back
Parlor for rent reasonable. Apply at 012 E street
u.w. aec'27-^t'
WANTED-To Lf.ase-A plot of GROUND, suit
i? tble to erect a Riding School with stable, about
10,(!00 feet; net over 50 cents per foot; l>etween
Penn'a ave. and 14th st. Address Equestrian. Star
office. dee27-2t*
"W ANTED?A thoroughly capable BOOKKEEPtT
ER. one vho has hati exi>erieuee and wili give
entire and active attention to his duty, in charge of
the eccciUt ts. making collections and general supervision
of the business of wine and beer. Apply in
writing 413 and 415 9th st. n.w. dec27-3t*
W ANT ED A small "pRINrflX(i OUTKlT^'nV>
cludirg foot-j>owf?r Press. Must be in (rood
order. Ac!dre? II. T. .1., No. 20 5th st s.e. d2t-4t*
U: ANTED-An active, reliable MAN. with a few
hundred dollai-s, to help extend alight, clean
and profitable rcannfactnri'ik- business; rare chance.
Investigation solicited at Factory, 1230 Pennsylvania
avenue.. dec'.U-5t*
\\J ATED?To rept. w ith privilege of buying, a
u small I-'AKM, K?>od buildin>re anil in trood order;
not over seven miles from the post oftie-e. Address
WILLIAM, Box t>4. Pout Office. dec2l 6t
\V ANTED?Two Rood AGEN'IS for Wifhinffton
Tf and Georgetown, to rep rose tit the Northwestern
Mutual Life Insurance. This company pays
larger dividends than any other company in the
world-, is one of the strongest, and furnishes tlio
cheapest insurance. Apply to CHAS. E. Bisnop,
General A Kent, 515 7th st. dec21-lw
W ANTED?All to know that a sensible and useful
Vt present is what the hard times call for. A SEWING
MACHINE will be a life time reminder. You
can have your cho'ce. subj'-st to exchange, without
extra charge, by calling at McKENNEV'8. 417 9th
st. n.w. deo20tr
WANTED?EVFRBODY TO KNOW thatSm<Tfey
'' Chimneys are cured or no ray, at W. D VVVV
ILL'S, 452 Pennsylvania avenuo. nov30-3iu
WANTED-SOLDiHRS-" ADDITION A L8 " Tnd
Vt LAND WARRANTS, toll paid. WILLIAM
II. BECK, cor. Iiomsiana ave. and 5th ft. nov?.-2m*
W ANTED-PRIVATE PUPILS or" CLASSES In
?i Latin, Mathematics, Rhetoric, Loric. Wost
Point, Annapolis, or Collegiate preparation. Terms
moderate. S. W. FLYNN, A. M., 1227 L st n.w. Call
before 11 a. m.; alter 4 p to. nov2-tr
W AN TED?EveryIwdy To fret CARD 1'tiO TOt
t ORAl'HS for only $2 per dozen 18 rimai! PICTURES,
25 cents, at DODGE'S. 467 Pa ave.. 1ft fH
and 6 th ets. oct5-14w* !
W ANTED?Fine UPHOLSTERY WORK; 19 yeara
tt experience. Goods, &c., at lowest prices. A.
B. CHACE, 616 Louisiana avenue. arw31-ly
1 \r ANTED?MOTHS and other insects in fureitf
tnre to exterminate by superhoatad steam, at
GRACE'S, Upholsterer, 616 La. ave. &ug31-ly
WAN TED-A perfect and clean cony of the first
'I number of the EVENING STAR, for which a
liber* 1 price will be paid. Apply st the Star
office. aug30-tf
WAN TED-FEATHER BEDS to RENOVATE, at
Vt CHACE'B. 616 Louisiana avenne. aa?r31-Iy |
W ANTED?To exchange, new STOVES for old ,
f ? ones. OriKx rie^ or Fuel, at BUTLER'S, 5th an 1 I
K Fts. n.w. Smote? Chimneys cured or no pay. 1
Stoves rented. novl6-tr j
" LOST AND FOUND.
T OST?KaB-KISO, on the evening cf the 26th,
J j eitJ-i r at the Ska:iiiK Rink or in ffoir u- from there
10 104 K st. n.w. The finder will Tiesnitably rewarled
by returning- same to above nmn!>er. li
T OS T?On the 26thinstant, a BLACK i>0G, cross
11 New ft une land and setter; white bre;;st
and feet. A t uitable reward will be paidsijiS^L
for his recovery. Room 18, Navy Depart- |
riient, third floor. dec28-3t
] OST?On Friday afternoon, at the corner of 14th '
1j and 1 street, >ir on the pavement in front of
Tl.'i, sxvt',- .,,1 i?, .. . .. U.,^1. I
? I 'A1U A UVUD& UiK JVIOV UUVWIfcVUO CliUt*
X oiiKh renovation. It ia newly papered, painted,
carpeted and heated with stoam. Permanent Boarders
will be tiiken at tho following low rates: Gentleman
and wife. $50 to $00 per month; S< n*le Rooms,
$25 to $30 per month. $7 to *10 per week; Table
Board. $20 per month and 85 per week. All are
invited to caQ and look through the house. oet31-tr
personal.
"Vf IBS OLNEY, Clairvoyant and M'tritnu. The
i?l revelations, astonishing names and messages
wiven. Consultation m>on business complications
and affairs of life. WW E street n.w. Spiritual Seance
Sunday and Wednesday evenings. dec2-5w'
MRS. BLACK, 1203 Penna. ave., reliable Clairvoyant.
Past, present and future clearly defined;
information ol parties or events at any distance; the
debilitated restored by vital magnetism. Magnetic
amulets for local weaknesses. dec21-6t*
MBS. H. F. WRIGHT, MAGNETIC AND CLAIRVOYANT
HEALER, 824 9th st n.w., has em?neut
suoohm In treating (without medicine) Acute
and Chronic Diseases. Consultation free. decl6-lm*
TF JOHN SMITH, WHO EMIGRATED FROM.
1 Limehall, Parish of Timderjrarth, Scotland, to
Canada, about forty-four years ago. will communicate
with the Rev. WALTER SMITH, Halfmorton
by Canonbie, Scotland, he will hear of something to
his advantage. decl3-law3w
MADAME ROSS, the reliable Clairvoyant and Astrologist,
has eemoved to No. 19 9th st. 8.e.,
between East Capitol and A Bts., Capitol Hill; F et.
cars stop within naif square of house. Fifteen years
in Washington city attest the fact that this wonderful
lady gives better satisfaction in all affairs of life
than any one in the profession; tells of past life,
rreeent and future destiny: gives advice and assistance
on all matters appertaining to business, love
and matrimony. All in trouble call Satisfaction
given or no pay. nov27-ly
ASTROLOGIST-Mra. Dr. ELLIS, 805 Pennsylvania
ave. II you would know the truth, consult
the Doctor in all things. Office hours from 8 a.
m. to 9 p.m. novl6-tJan7
Si WELLS' EUREKA SURPASSES AT.T,
other articles for beautifying and preserving the
Teeth. For sale by all druggists. 26 cents per bottle.
uov5-tr
JOHN PATCH EXAMINES TITLES, 606 10th
st H.W., 6 a. m- to 10 p. m.: reports as to tho responsibility
of people, with abstracts of real estate.
Searches for Chattel Trusts, $L Jyll-6m*
j jn utf t i'n r j rt itr nn'ir, i ivauui U?L*., A ui.l' lx
Morocco POCKfcT. containing a *um of money. The
finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving ;t at
1239 Vermont avenue tlec28-2t*
1~oT-T?December 2tj'.h, a GOLD LEAD-PENCIL,
J a!ternate bars of i>eaTl and gold. Leave with
Doorkeeper at Executive Mansion, and receive reward.
dec27-3t
IOST?On the night of December 2nth, 1878, he-J
tween Vermont ave. and O st. and 1513 Lst n.w.,
part ol GOLD WATCH CHAIN, with G?ld Key and
Locktt. A reward will be nivsii if returned to 1513
L st. u.w. dec2S-3t*
FOB SALE.
In OK SALE-A good MILCH COW.'just u>
' fresh. with heifr r calf. Apply to ELLI ELj|*
OTT JONES, U. S. arsenal. It* 'Vll,
F?OR SALE?A pair of CARRIAGE HOIJ8EH,
well matched and stylish; sound, and
every way safe and reliable. To lie seen at
tlie stable of LEADINGHAM & CO , No."^C3-v1327
H st. n.w. dec28-W
FjH)R HALE?A handsome double suit of PARLOR
' FUBfc IIUBE, new Folding Bed, Dressing Case,
Fine English Steel Engravings, &c. Address L. C.
B.. Star office. dec27-3t*
FOB SALE?Cheap?A good, gentle HOBSE, free
driver; can be driven by a lady; will
atand without hitching. W. H. WHEAT- JuSK
LEY, 4i> Jefferson st., Georgetown. d20-tf **" *"* *
FOB SALE?A large stock of new and second-hand
CABBIAGES, suitable for Bummer^ .t ?.
nr winter use, at prices to suit the time*. VjSgTlaftr
Repairing promptly attended to, at re-SESaa&
luced prices.
BOBEBT H. GRAHAM,
Repository and Factory 410-416 8th St., bet. D and E
n.w. decll-tjan3
_______
THREE BOOMS, on third floor, will be rented single
or en suite, with BOARD. Location desirable,
half Fquare from Capitol?121 Maryland avenue
northeast. deo28-2t*
OARDING-Foh Rknt-A suite of ROOMS, on
second floor, southern exposure, suitable for two
I (THons (gentlemen preferred.) Board if desired
fail at 313 M st. n.w. dec28-3t*
"IJOAHDJNG.?Elegant Rooms, eu suite or single,
-L) furnished or unfurnished. Good Board at reduced
rates. House with all modernimprovements.
1334 I i-t n.w., opposite Franklin park, (late residence
of Dr. Pope ) dec28-Ct*
TM.KGANT FURNISHED ROOMS and BO Alt I>
1 J at lhe"81iermun House," situated within one
square of ail the street oar Hups. First-class accommodations
at the most popular prices; 216-218 3d st.
ii-w. dec27-2w
BOARDING ?One or two gentlemen desiring a
comfortable home in a private family may apply
at 1218 lltlj st. References required. dei;21-lw
BOARDING. -Twohandsomely-furnished ROOMS
on the second floor, and one south room (nicely
furnished) on the third, with flrst-class TABLE
BOARD; at 920 New York avenue n.w. dec21-f!t*
MRS. M. T. SOUTHALL. corner 15th st. and New
York ave.,will accommodate permanent, transient
and day BOARDERS Reduced prices, dlfi-lm*
EUROPEAN HOTEL,
A'o. 804?811 Ji Ktreet northwest,
Within half square from Post Oiflee.
BOOMS, 50c., 75c., $1 per day.
APARTMENTS, $2, *5 per day.
MEALS served at all hours, day and nigbt.
TABLE D'HOTE 5 p.m., 50c.
Special rates to Permanent Boarders. nov29-lrn*
min rri^rwtw^ xii ?noi? ? . .i? *.i
FOR RENT AND SALE.
T/H)h Rl N T?t-urnitshed or unfurnished TARLOR
r and BEDROOMS ?">* -tth *t n.w. de^St*
IfOR RENT?Furnished ROOMS on secoad floor.
Apply 0,0 B pi. Mr. It*
I?OR RENT- A (Wie oFw7h Furnfchedlul?OMS:
km tr'eor t-nsaitc; uo questions asked. AJdivsH
WtBQW," Stw office. itFIOR
REST -PARLOR. tfo BKDSOOVS. DININGROOM
and KITCHEN, ?U furnished, at $">5
a n oi th, 'ii advance. 1112 11 *t. n.vr. It*
IrOR RENT?HOUSE No. 'JOS 1) ?t. n.w.; water
" a jO trdf ;Pireet ears j?n?s the door, and rvut lacerate.
Apply at No. lOii i?ili st. n.w. dec'2S-3t
Ij*OR RENT ?Two Furnished ROOMN , neat and
comfortable. TABLE BOARD. Reference* r?v
quired, at 826 12th st. n.w. deo'i^-'tt*
1 Xft'lt RENT?Low?A wveu-octave carved-lniwd
i r roe wood PIANO. Al?o, au ORGAN, at *2 &
month. No, 3 id st. ? ?. It*
"^ORRENT ?Two Unfurnished OuimunieaUijc
* nuvjin on nrsi noor; >outliem . \pos\ire; rent j
only $lO;watrrinl a"k room; modern coavenieni<as,
he. 1113 Kst. n.w. It*
Ij'OR RENT?Furnished and Unfurnished ROOMS,
401 4th st.. corner of I) st.: deliirhtfal location -,
frontimr City Hall Park: Fstteetcars pans the door,
lai>e I'arlor and Bedroom on second floor. d-2H-3t*
T/OR TlENT - Nicely Furnished 1> \ULOUH~auTl
I? BEDROOMS on the tirs>t and se cond floors; also
other communicating- BEDROOMS, will U11 ?etbar
or separate. Apply 620 1 lib at n.w. daoU-SP
IpOR RENT?Xos. 21 and 27 Myrtle st., 7 rooms,
modern improvements: press bnck front: near
1 market and cars Kent reduced from $15 to $12
! THOS. E. W AGO AM Ay, 519 7th st. de^2-'.-3t
Fx01t RENT?Two Furbished frort ROOMS on
second floor; bath on same floor: hot and cold
s. \\ attr. Rent low to go ud tenant. 903 Fat u.w.
> ilecvt>-3f
1?OB RENT?A nicely FaroMwd aeoond-stor)
: 1 front ROOM. v. ith three windows; supplied wiui
\ heat and f-*as: No. 133 F St. n e.; to a responsible t nani
r? nt mo??erato. d?v2.4 2t
L'OR Kfc NT? '"hretiUnfuruishe i HOOMS. in ho.tse
i r with all modern improvements; near three lines
i of cats and Capitol; to a snmll familv ; rent $16. m
] a< nance Also. Furnished ROOM. '222 E st n.w. It
| l/OR RENT?Seven or e cht ROOMS. a'. No. Ml v
! L A st. n.e.. convenient to the Capitol, suitable for
two sv: all families Also, two Stables. Inquire < t
AMOS HI NT. Notary Public, So. 210 A St. ne.
Terms reasonable. it*
T^OR RENT?S''3 E S r. One south front HJO\I
f for two irentlencn: separate btds; every c>n
venience; other single Rooms: two coumnuiioatinv
Broils on second floor, and hath room; south
i rent. dec'2S-3t
Ij^Olt RENT?Is Le Ohoit Pauu?A very couvenient
seven-roomed HOUSE: iras. hot and cold
I water. marble mantels, latrobe stoves, clip's, cellar,
etc Oj ly $25 per month to a iroo 1 tenant. .1 AMES
} H. MoOILL. Architect, Le Droit Buildimr. d?c2i3t*
' rim RENT-Xo. 60S M st. u.w . BRICK HOUSE.
i 1 ten room"; all modern improvements; in good
condition; well of purest water in yard. For par
ticnl* re inquire of J. II. CASSIX. Drtuw'st, corner
! of 7th and JI st*. n vv.; or of TilEOL'OiiE SUE* 'K
; ELS, No. 1013 X st. n.w. dvciS 'lt'
1,'OR RENT?012 La. ave. u.w 1? ro :u-?, $50.
F 1102 14th fit. n.w., U rovujs. $3o; SOS East Cap.
tol st, 8 rooms, $20. 1120 i 2!. t) rooms, $13. iPh
and Boundary, 8 rooms, $lt; !?13 s;h ;i \y , 7
$20; 212'Jtli st. s e.. 6 rooms, $12.50; 1V22 M;l4ison
?> rooms. $17; H acres land, houM- and burn, on
Pennine's road, near Boundary, $23. Apply to \.
S-. CA\ WOOD, 1225 8th -t. n.w. 2&3t
, TTOlt R1* NT?Unfurnished ROOMS to rent in
I House 1222 13th st. n.w.; containinK all mo l?->rn
.xnprovements; references exchanged dec27-3t*
L'OR REFT?Two nicely furnished conimuuicitF
imr ROOMS, on eccond floor. 1237 Massai hii*
eits ave. dec27-5t*
1/Oli KENT?Very desirable furnished KOO.MS in
. a private faroi y, l.f-ar Lafayette Square: refer [
fin es required. Address LAFAYETTE, Star olikj.
dec27-lw
I/OK KENT?Small HOUSE, S20 20tli st., a f.>v
doors from Pennsylvania ave.; seven room<
water and vas $-0 per month. Inquire of LUT'IKELLfc
WINK. dec27-3t?
T^OR KENT?A warm, easy, handsomely Fur
r nisliod (iENTLLMAN'S ROOM, in a private
family, with home comforts and social privilege*,
1W $10. Call immediately at all 9th st. n.w. <327-(>t
"L'Olt RENT?Eleirant Brown stone RESIDENCE,
r lilti K St., at the rehired rent of s?tv5 par
month. TUOS. E. WAGGAMAN,
dec-27-3t 519 7th st.
KENT? Handsomely furnished suite of
r KOOMS, on lirst floor; also BEDROOM on second
floor, in house with southern exposure and
modern inprovements. Call at 10J:i K st., between
41 nd o'clock p m. dec27-3t*
I?OH BENT?At 1107 F st. nw., between lltfa and
I 12th sts, handsomely Furnished PARLOR ami
BEDROOM on second floor; bath room, hot audoiu
water, closet, &e , on same floor; will rent for the
winter r.ouths, or Ly ihc year, at moderate i; iocs.
d( o27-tit
L^OR KENT - Finely Furnished KOO US, on second
" or third floor: hot and cold water in ail rooms;
at 15 Grant I'laoe n w. dec26-#>t"
THOBBENT?Cukat-Sma'; BRiCK HOUSK. No
Xs 1^54 lot !i st.; in thorough repair. Inquire of
D. A. CHAM BEB8,633 F at. de
THOB BENT?HOUSE No. 9301 It. n.w., between
F 9th and 10th sts.; contains 13 rooms, latrotx
stove, slate manls-'.s and modern improve u- nts. I.iquire
of B. H. \V ARNEK, or 911 I st. n.w. dec26-6t*
I.'Oit KENT?Par* ot a Furnished HOUSE. or sin
K"'e KOOMS southern exposure, with modern
improvements, to let; rent moderate. 1921II ot.
dec26 3t*
I/OR 1JENT?Si! K 8'. N?W.? From January 1st:
i tine suite cf parlors on first floor, with dressing
rcrm. and two rooms on third floor, communicating;
all handsomely furnished; three lines cars
within one block ; references. dec26-3t*
Iff RltlKNT?Large PAKLOB. two CHAMBERS.
T I'KEHSING ROOM, DINING ROOM. KITOH
EN and ST( IKEKOOM; first and second floors of s
handsome new three-?tory brick; bay windows; ah
rnoderu improvements; private and convenient; references
exehanf.-ed. 1134 tith st. n.w. dec2<?-3t*
I/oli KENT?At $9?Six-room HOUSE, with
' water in kitchei, and benefit of sewerage, &c..
at $12?seven-room HOUSE, with hall, tras, bathroom
and water closets in house; No. 1115 aud
1119 "Park Place" n.e., one block north of Lincoln
Park. Keys at 1121. J. W. STAKK, n.e. corner 15th
st. and New York ave. [Critic.] dec2fi-3t*
]?OB RENT?HOU8E 327 C st n.w.; front and
-F back yards. Apply to B. H. DUVALL, 459 Pennsylvania
ave, dec24-lm
f'OR KENT?From January 1st?HOUSE 153
West st, Georgetown, containing ten rooms;
newly repaired; ah modern improvements. Kent
low to prompt tenaut. Cars pass the door. Apply to
EDWAJRD MIX, 1H4 Hitfh st., Georgetown. d20-lw
FOB KENT?117 Maryland ava n.a, PART or
ALL of completely and handsomely furnished
House of twelve rooms, in excellent condition; location
very desirable to one wishing to live near the
Capitol. decl6-2w*
l?OK RENT?FRAME HOUSE, six rooms; water in
J? yard; south side 2d St., two doors east of Warren,
near Colletre; one square from Metropolitan B. II.,
Georgetown. $7 per month. Apply B. P. SNYDER.
National Safe Dei>osit Company, lath st. and New
Y'ork avenue. decl4-eo2w
f'OK RENT?A neat seven-room BRICK DWELLING,
with bath room, water closet, sink, &c.;
beinir 017 10th st. n.e., (a square and a half from the
Columbia railway.) Kent reduced from $-0to $12.50
per month, to a prompt nayinK tenant. Apply to M.
M. ROHRER, 513 7th st. n.w., or to Mr. WILMOT,
No. 7(H) 9th st. n.e., who resides near the honse.dl4-r
F'OR RENT?STORE 459 Pennsylvania avenue;
FIXTURES for sale. Apply to B. H. DUVALL,
on the premises. decll-lm
"LH'It RENT-Newly furnished PARLOR and BED
r ROOM, en suite, on second floor; bath room on
eanie floor; open grates and all conveniences; 521
Will st. n.w. decll-lm
UOK RENT?Finely furnished BOOMS, second
JL floor; ail oonvenitnces , s.utablo for members of
Congress or other gentlemen; three lines of cars
within one square. 4W 12th fet. u.w.,uext to Pension
office. decl0-3w*
I^OR RENT?A FARM, 3,V miles from Washington,
containing 100 acres, with larae duelling, tec.
li)quire of Mrs. TRIMBLE. 7**5 E st, s.e. iiov:w r>(f
I"* OR RENT?Twenty new and elegantly fnrtiit-hed
ROOMS, with or without board, by the day, week
or month; in the center of the city, witliiu half
square from Post Oftice; No. 804 E st n.w. no29-lm'
IT*OR RENT?Furnished PARLORS aud BEDX1
ROOMS, and ROOMS furnished for housekeeping,
and several small BEDROOMS. 354 Pennsylvania
avenue, corner 436 rt. - marll-lOr^*
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
IV'M. KJVABE & CO.'8
W WORLD-R EN OWN ED
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANOS,
the best mads.
Every Instrument fully warranted. Pi
alios and Oiy-Hiia from other celebrated fac-%3??9
tories for sale,rent atd exchange on the*' f 5.1 f
most reasonable terms. Special inducements for
cash or short time.
RICHENBACH'S Piano Waberooms,
423 Eleventh street,
dec6-tr A few doors above Penu'a ave.
THE ST1KFK PIAKOS
1 ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL! '
Victorious at the Centennial Exhibition,(tsGSSB
1876; achieve*! their nTrWl
GRAND CROWNING TRIUMPH' 1 * * 1
it the Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1878.
G. L. WILD & BRO., Sole Agents,
7X3 Seventh street n.w.
Also Agents for the celebrated Eranich and Bach
PIANOS and STANDARD ORGAN&
Lowest prices; fairest and easiest terms. nov2-6rc
PROFESSIONAL.
0W. I>I"TTOI*, AacHiTKOT AND ENGINE**,
has Removed to 31<> F street. (Warner Buildina\)
Bridges, Roof* and general Iron Work defiitined,
estimated and nontracted for at lowest
rates. Jyft-tr
DR. DFKE, Dentist. 423 7th street southwest
between D and E streets. Beautiful Beta >
of Teeth, $8; Teeth filled, $1; Extracting fofSSaf
without pain, 60 oeat*. AJI operations warranted.
oot81-ly
DM. J. H. JOHNSTON, a graduate of the
Pennsylvania college of Dental Surgery,
Philadelphia, with 16 years' experience. MBii
OQce over lia.1Untyne's bookstore, 428 7th^UJ-t4'
st. n.w. Dentistry in all its branches. Gold filling!
a specialty; gas administered: nothing but firstclass
work done. References: Rev. Dr. Domer, lltb
aud H streets u.w.: Wat Ballantyne k Son, 438 7tb
street northwest lyS-lf
DR. T. n. TALBOTT, Dentist, _ m
Removed to southeast corner 7th and
E streets north vast. Teeth Inserted 97 per^*!' '**
set my23-ly
I)"- ? "'TJhn. OS
REMOVED TO 70S ISth STKX9T, ^
marl ly Oner Thompson's Drug Stora.
FOB RENT AND SALE.
PBOPKBTY FOB RKJiT.
By R. O. HOLTZMAW,
Real E^ute Ajrer.t and Auctioneer,
10th and F sta q.w.
458C*t, n.w., furnished....... $tas
Famished Hotjs?, F st n w 100.sv?
1320 rVmiA. a\e. n.w., busicwu. house li*> i?>
5<?5 i?t>1 st. n.w., 13 rooms, mod. :m;?i . ;u.i )
HIS M st. n.w., 11 rooms, moi. imi* ! 6^ .,<?
515 2d Ft. n.w., 11 roonw, mod. imps ,v> iM
1246 11th st n.w., 11 rooms, mod uui>s f> m?) '
431 7th st n.w., 10 rooms, w*t??r at,.l was. .... t> ?>
1312 E st. n.w , 10 rooms, mod. imp* S"> ?>i <
917 7th st n.w . 9 room*, mod. imps .*>
919 7th st. n.w., 9 room*, mod. imps 3. <*i
921 7th *t. n.w.. 9 room*, mod. imps - '0 ;
917 7th *t. n.w., 9 rooms, mod. imiw 3*> i??
222S 13th st n.w., 6 rooms 1V?0 i
809 R st. n.w., 6 rooms, mod. inn* 15 00
614 11th st. *.w., 6 room* 9.'?o
616 lltli st s.w.. 6 rooms 1'1'Xl >
707?705?711 C ?t n.e.. 7 room* ea^-h 11 '*> !
928 D st. s.w. 6 rooms l'i<? ,
612 Penna. *ve. n.w., Ianre store .00
1423 New York ava n.w., store 7S oo
1426 New York ava n.w., store 76.00
FOB SALE.
HOUSES and LOTS in every section of tf?e city at
prices to suit the ttine*, and on terms that w-.U suit
customers. Oail and Bee my list before purcba*iii,-'
eldtJactr" B O. HOLTZM?N
J|EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
Til OS. E WAGGAMAN. 519 Seventh Street
(Chtuxee made every \Vedne?d*> and Saturday.)
Thrte-Story/ For Sale.
' 311 C st. s.e..moo. luiiw., 10 r* $1 *>A0
t :*s:j t* st s.e., mou. imj>s.. 9 ra ... 4.000
11? Maryland a\e. s.^., mod. imp*., 12 rs. . 4.'
1529 Co'timhia at., mod. imps.. 8 rs - 3 t'xK>
*? 3 North Carolina ave s e aioit inn s , 12 3 5iV>
tVJ K st. ii.w., mod. inj.'s., 7 rs 11
333 Va. ave. s.w., mod. imps., 9 rs
T\i <>-Stvrtt En.*- anii /'rams For Sals.
313 12th st s.w.. t". Ij . mod. imps.. 10r* A.i.odP
305 II st. n.e., 1. h . mod. imp- . 11 rs .'to***
, 141?1<:< A ^t. s ? , lv li.uioi. imps , rs
:M?7 Klni st., l.< Droit I'ark, f. h.. mod iui.,ors. 3.o,>>'
| If20 17Ui st n.w.. f. h.. mod i; irs , 6 r* . 2.~>,*0
21 to '29 MvrtJe st. u.e., 1>. h.. mod. imp-,- 7 rs 2.r>o<?[
42C New York ave., f-A. " rs 2.580
i?-'. jrfkt _
t.'j?7TFH/r;rr,Ujppr<>iyrrt> J or fya.C.
PicnRylvaniaave., an.l iJst< n.w ..$70 0 ,
Green St., G< <>r>*vt;.wn 1.5W I
Valley *t.. l>ot Bhode au?l st I lard l 6?W
17ill st., lw-t. II mid S n.w 1 ' ''
Q >-t., l*t. 14th at:d lotli n w 12 0
t>hio ave.. l?t. ISJj, and l4tu sts. u.w. .
K it, bet 2t>th and 27tli n. w . 51 "
BoftHfm h'or R-nT.
I . bet. 1 -??!i and 14*b it.*., fur.. iu. i.. 10re.. ? ' '
llf5 14th Ft ilw , mod. imp*., 15 re l'1
17;i8 F st. n.w., 10 r*
ri.'H G st. n.*., mod. imps , 5 n< |
719 22d st. n.w., mod. imp*., 10 rs :*? 1
4:V7 7tli st. b.w., mod. Imps., 10 rs 80
142?. lltlint. n.w.. niod. uni*s., 10 r? ' ]
l^.lv K ct. n.w., niod. mil"*, a rs
620 L) et. n.w.. mod. hups., 4 rs Jlrt
S. V. for. l'Jth fit. and Md. ave. s.w , iu. i . 9 is. 2)
14'JK T f?t. n.w., mod. imps.. 5 r*
1210 6th fit., mod. liars.. 7 r* 2<>
1S26 8tli <t. ii.w.. mod. imps . 8 m ,
22? 4H st. s.w., mod. inn s..H rs IS
5M B <t. ae..tuc<L iii-j-f*.. 6 iv 17 .
4W New York ave. ilw.,u-od. imis.,6 n H
iii 1 23d st. n w4 fi rs,,.,... . ....*, . >..,,, ..
912 H sL n.e., 7 rs i J? j
1205 L vt. s.v. , 4 rs
1142 t th st n.w., 5 rs 11
2:i 11 fit. n.e.. 5 rt?... ... 11
4-?l New -lersey ave., 0 rs 1.
109 \j rt. n.w., 5 rs 12 i
8'22 23d st. n.w., 6 rs 12 i
1737 L st. n.w , C rs 12
Ofict*.
820 r 8t.. Koom 1, second story $_vo
do. 8 6
do. 11 4
do. 3 12
do. 9 &
do. 10 4
do. 5 10
C13 7Ui st., Booms 9 ami 10 8
i do. 12 8
do. 18 and 20 5
I 3a 19 and 21 4
fill 7tli ft, Kooni 5 16
519 7th st., 1 room....... 10
I issue on the let and 15th of each month a bulletin i
of all property for rent and sale on my books, which
can be had on application at my office, or wdl be be it
by mail if desired.
Loam.
SlO.OOn at 8 percent. dec2Mr
EA. McINTIRE,
. Rul Estatf BrOKEB,
No. 918 F street, opiKfeite Temrla.
For Rrnt {Fvrniiht'.i.)
N.W. cor. 25th and Fa. ave.,20rs..a.m.i ZlflK-j.
G fit, near 14th n.w., 12 re., a.m.i 1 ?'
1 fit., above 18tb IVI
F St., opposite Ebbitt House P 0
l: tli it., opp. Franklin square, y re 1<*'
12th St.. n*ar G, 10 rs.. a.m.i
Cor. 14t!i and N stfi.. 10 re.. a.m.i . tj
N. Hampshire and ran. ave*., 8 m., Mlt ... 75
43s and C n.w.. 10 rs., a.m.i 7:>
IV nna. ave , above m, 1!? i s., a m.i 74
11th ft., above N, 9 ra., ?cc ? >'
m<I a:id Ha^, ave.n w., 32 rs.. .rm.i 60
13th and P bts. Circle, utat, 6 rs.. a.rn i Gu
Fur RttU (Cufurnihhed.)
No. 1331 F n.w., 12 rs.,a.m.i
No. 4'iH P? nna. ave. 11 .W., 23 rs .. .Vt
No. 1905 Penna. ave.. rs., a m.i. 4 '
Stori- No. 1905 P.-uiia. ave 35
No 1901 Petma vn, 7 rs , a.m.1. O
N.W. cor. 13th aad X n.w.. ? r Wjtii. tic. >"
No. 1529 6th a.v., 8 rs., a m.i 25
No. 45 K n.e, 12 re., a.m.L
No. 51 Iv n.e., 12 rs , a.m.i ">
No. <>15 N. Jersey a\e. a w., 9 rs , iras & bath. 25
No 1726 Vermont ave., 7 n?., trasaad watar... 15
K11. 815 Tth f.w.. br., 8 rs ? IS
No. SSI 7th c.e., 7 rs., saw ani wat?.r IS
No. 1411 3<1 a.w., 6 i*., water. &c
No. IS35 Park Place, cor. 12th K.e
No. 1133 Park Place, 7 rs., mod. ia>;>s 1-!
No. 111? Paik Place, 6 n water, ?c 9
No. 57 Tth st., Georgetown 8
No fi Temperance ave . 4 rs 8
Xfcrte St&Lles, centrally located 7 ad 10
For Salt (Uonaea.)
Near 13th and P sts. Circle. 10 rs.. a.m.i $7,500
llth 6t., above L n.w.. 3 st., 8 re , a.m.i 6.090
No. 1340 y n.w.. 11 rs.,a.mi..new 6.2>i<>
E st.. l>et. 9th and l<?tb, 4 st., 12 re , a.m.i 5,300
(Jt od f> roomed Frames, near cars and market I.'smi
Several small houses (imod invtatmout) at 60u
For Salt {Lots.)
H st, near 13th a w 81)6
7th st.. l>et. S and T *5o.
WhoIe'Squate, E Capitol st 50c.
Also, a k-reat atimber of other Hooaos and several
choice Lots in all sections of the city. dec27 -tr
OHNSHEKM A N & CoTj
Btsal Estate .Weals, St. Cloud Building.
For Rent.
815 12th et. 10 rooms $80 00
909 T st., 8 rooms . 30.00
1906 9th st., 6 rooms 25.00 !
And other desirableDwehia*rs, Stores,*&, situated
in different parts of the city. Call and see oar list.
For Salt.
New Houses: modern improvements; small cash
payment*; balance monthly.
No. 210 6th st. s.e $3,000
No. 1908 9th st. n.w 3,300
No. 909 T St. mw 4,000
No. 901" T st. a. w 6,000
Stationary washstands aad washtubs, bpeaking
tabes, latrobee. raiures, fcc. decl0-tr
i>OB liEN I- ~
I? B. H. WABNEK,
916 F street northwest
1327 M Bt n.w 166S~~Store 05 C n.w .20
321C Ft. a.w 83K 26 D st s 28
22 3d st. a.e 75 313 C st. (te 20
2100Hetn.w G654 813 East Capitol st 20
637- 39 E. Capitol st... .60 805 E Capitol 20
504 E st. n.w 55 456 N. 9. ave. s.e 'JO
2016 G st n.w 55 1318 V st n.w 20
*1 Stoddart st. Geo'ta. .50 116 6th etue 20
930 I st. n.w 50 1731 8th st. n.w 1*
1 ^0 E st. n.w 45 1907-1913 N. H. ave.... 18
1209 1 st n.w 40 302 6th Et a.w., store. .18
1253 9th st n.w 40 615 L st n.w 18
1905 Pean. ave 40 631 H st a.e 15
1412 llth et. n.w 35 1729 T Bt. n.w 15
707 8ta a.e., with stable !15 12 6th st. a.e 15
15",5 8th s*. a.w 30 916 6th st n.w 15
1203 4thst n.w ....SO 4196(4 st s.w 12
1<'09 Md. ave. S.W......25 309 H st a.e 12
1235 T St. a.w 25 2250 llth st n.w...... .10
107 6th st a.e 25 1 Samner Bow 10 '
192H-19309th st n.W.. .25 533 8th st s.e.,store... .10
67 K st a.e 25 1323 I st a.e 10
1526 6th st. a-w 25 2222 2224 E st a.w ...10
1438 8 st n.w 25 Park Place 9 I
1212 O st n.w 20 409 13th St. s.e 9
*?4 G St. aw 20 1340 Oedar st 8
3 K st n.e 20 2 Cottage Bow 1'A
309 Elm st LeDroit Pk 20
Thft Rflr.ftW- rtihlichA^ ?.* mrr
the 15th of each month, routains a complete list of
ail the bouses 1 have for rent. Call and iret a <scpy.
pou REKfi
No. 517 E. Cap. Pt. mod. imps., 12 re 340 oo
So. 211 Pa. ave. n.w., honae&store, ia_i., 11 rB.. 6'i fJfi
So. 323 Missouri ave., gas and water, 23 rs ... 69.00 I
So. 1000 Pennsylvania ave., mod. imps 40 00
No. 613 New Jersey ave. n.w., mod. imps 25.00
22 3d st n.e., furnished, 7 rs 75.00
FOR SALE2
House*, 4th and A s.e . mod. imps $:t i
33111thst. s e., lot 14xH0 l,50'.i
9il Rhode Island ave., mod. imps
8-4 9th st. n.w. house and ptore 7,-hHJ
Houses and Lots for sale in all sections ot th<? city.
AUG. A. NICHOLSON,
de<-19-tr Real Estate Broker, 7Oh E st n.w.
OR RENT
J? By F, H. SMITH,
Real Estate Broker, Le Droit Building.
b06 F street
732 21st st n.w., 13 rooms, mod. imps ?83 33
214 A Bt s.e., 12 rooms, mod. imps 50.00
41911th st u.w., 12 rooms, mod. imps 35.00
Cor. Mara ave. and 2d st n.e? 9 rooms | '
1330-32 T st. n.w., 7 rooms, mod. imps 25.00 | '
1414 6th st nw., 9 rooms, mod. imi?s 25.00
16J4 Monroe st n.w., 7 rooms l?.oo
1316 E st n.w., store 15.00 J
1451 T st. n w., 7 rooms, mod. imps 15.00 i
Furnished House, N st n.w JW.oo \
Furnished House, H 8t. ri w 90.00 i
Furnished House, G st n.w., one of the finest
in the city 300.00
Houses and Lots for sale m all parts of the city. Money
to loan in sums to sait, at 7,8 and I0>??r l
li>OR RENT?B* THOH. J. MYERS, Real Estate
r Agent, 1216 F st n.w.
1004 F street, store room and cellar. ,
Office Rooms in May Building, cor. 7th and E n.W. .
FOB BALE?Fine Residence and 14.000 feet of '
ground, 9th st, near L n.w. One of the finest lo- <
cations in the city; long time, with 6 per cent internet
novl2-tr
.. i
TMIAWEBS??Very heavy 0ANTON FLANNEL
U DRAWERS ready made for 60 ota. usual prioetL |
Extra heavy BRITISH HOSE, 25 cents a pair.
Fine FOUR-FLY LINKS CUFFS atcts. a pair.
The above low prices are made in order to Bednoe
Stock, preparatory to building a large addition to
oor Factory In Butimore, which to now largely otbtstocked.
unUr MKQIBSIBS' lOM W
nCABDIAH FIBE AATD UFE ANVBU
AN OX COMPANY OF LONDON.
Ictabuusd 182L
SIMON WOLF. ASETT.
BUSINESS CHANCES
C f-'/* " $?<?. $ Ml, TO I?%N
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llv :'i llu ?-lly. ?Ti.i do:lit .1 ?.-.?*l bll?UM>?ft
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1.1 i.t l> v ami i ; ar two of ttic m wt ronuimnt * >?
fit i^ri.t l-Mildtiik'H. Satisfactory rna "i? ir.vtMi : ?i
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C hl'Kl)iKH 1.1 Kltr.KMANV.
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h!l>l><. S'. llnoL-A roni-wiM? party wt??
the above biuiarw tb-w -u..-h.y
in ? : its 1 nti ?-licK, l>: t v. Jm i? i ciraiifi-r in*i.?,
tutu i ?!' > i of bu<4mw (act and ?-viu
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I'liiv, a- < ?! or w^l Ii'a'.i- ti?T < ? tb* I-*t ! 'it>i?
i-l.. !.<> lor i'.irty with t>UiaU capital. Ad;lr- ^ 1HH
0 AIS. Star? i!u?. lr
'Pill n:< 'I T>1 ! < 'ifnT r?. 1.STABI.ISK!? flrnt
1 c ;?*' li? AlU'lNit HOUSK. < utrally
<li jr?? to difj ' of ol li.Hiw witli ! ?>?
Ua,. at |>nwem iIkmI Party K.?ar.i.-r< N<?a? * ? !
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PO K KENT"
IN 1HL >' tST_ 1 >r.s|R \l}l.r POHTIOM .>K ^
iiii. v? r.rt l r. > It,
An F.kvaot 12-rooUi l?WELLlN(l,?ithnn) *
(Tii iiv? ui> .;<* ftifl Mtublv . w.il lviit it tal?-vi
Ly January Int. 1N79.
S?-\?-r*l wtll-l.H atcj OFFICE iiO^Md, on ShU,
lltb and 1 i-tixx-l* u.w.
IX>0 kale.
A Han4?r>ro? lVi'oom lil'MliI'NCE. on I. ntr**t
B.w.. near \'?run>nt avenue. contain* all luodortt
itui re\?iiit'ut? ami built m a Uj'mt mb-Unli*: ui.iu
u> r.
A Small FRAME, oa Tstreet n w., near 14i!i L >t
2i" r.?o
Several Ma^nnficrnt Itii>ldinir LtlTf.oa Vermont
avi-iiw, betw?vu Mcllwwu Sijtiar :iu>l 1 Itti itr ?>t
Circle
Two Ert.re Ki;itRi--t? ?>f OROITND 'ii the north
western w iioii of the ?-ii v . :i live ot>ix<rtiiaily f'tr
C-H? iiMv?' buiUi'litr o|N-rat:->us.
A IjutN" Tract <1 I.\NI >, b?-.i .' Tu iv n tuat?'!. an I
1 H'llibC a J art of M.rnl im Hilt. '".;c .!?->; i<> U-v > ?
lor Villa Hitf*; corn maritime a \ ?> ? of lac city Will
t< Foln i.t a b. '
THOS. J. FISHER ft CO..
dec24tr liH K firwi n w
L'OB I \< Ml A N< K?( .irty 1 : ? ! : i.t l.ai.'i*
r rvti.o'. to I;.. l?uo? 1, Va , ?>:o?r- l?s* e<nuty in
< . ni? ii UtMi:--- I'KOPEK rv. < :t!i. r "for
Prn|-erty in liicbiuiUiu or Finn id virlri-iia. M >-t
favoralile t ni? cm be matie U the trade in tuade at
once.
awg-lw TH IS. E. WM .\N.5l'.'Tih?l
IMm SAt.E?.Vr a ^c\<?:il line Hj'.'sfit
/ in Ki-xtind; cail at mvofliu und eee li.it Al-o
in Ij? y to UhxU. J.C. HOl'SL. 1713 Peiuwj 'van a
:_vo. <lc<*1 tr
t-'OlI JsAI.E- Mum lK>fol?lrt aS.t<nlnv a Ni '/
r Fitted t | l'Sl'W STi)1:!I, in a tin: v t ATi ill
Virviuia. Vor lull i ..rtamans aii Irtst. VS . K N . ">!l
? i i w *t , miliBMn. <bfc-H
To i/JAN
OX
W ATCHES. DIAMONDS, Sc..
AX P. WALLACHS.
1417 Pmmv?kti A temps,
d?cI21m Near WilNrdV Hol??i.
t'ABM FOR K.lLE?ilti ACRES, nine in .t* frv'a
Vv a^!.:n?.".'<ii ??y tbe 7th*-;r?et roa 1, and Ku?? :
Station or tl.e Metropolitan Branch, 11. & O It It .
h.yhly in. proved: l.a* n Louae with nitie roomx ai.d
all iic<*h^arv out!>;uivliui.'B. Wi.i trails for un?n
ciuubcrt-d Profit rtj" in \Va^lni.ir1o:i. lt<-3Monalii?
teniiH. Address D W. BBOIVN. K ki*')*' Station,
MonUroui?-ry county. Md. Ueo?i lm*
^nwr " $2to. jmT
600. tl.uffJ.
95,000.
To LOAN on irood real eoutrt securer.
E. A. McINTlRE.
nov30-ltB Ileal Hutate Broker. 91H F ?t n.w
cjlO.OOO AND^ifcX'H** ON OiKJD HEAL ESTATE
?P at 8 per cent; $2U0 at 10 i>fr rent.
nov!9-tr W. E. BPRFORD. TOW E ?L
EDUCATIONAL.
A" HOME BOARD1NO St IIOOL FOR B<iYS,
Psrkcebiiiy, ? henter Co., Pa. Whole e*i>eii<?
unlu #.VJ jifr ijH'trti'r. S|>etial att* ntioii to *!u?ll
U u.-- ? r ? ? *
? -c- xw . * . ft. xj. uio. jrrin. uzt>-iw
f OXSEHVATORV W ELOM TIO.I,
' ;<o| A Hikekt Kokthka-.t,
PROP. 8CHABIT ANI> C RVPT1 PALMOSI
TEACHERS.
Readings aiid Icii^rboiiationa by CBYPTI PALMONI.
dw ii lm
KINDERGARTEN NORMAL IXSTITl'TK. with
Model KiB'!i*vartenn and A Uim*>d
Mus. LOriHV; POLLOCK, 92!> 9tb h? , and M;w
K18IE POLLOCK. 1127 13th st. u.w., Prtucipala.
Ds> aii(1 Ert nintr claMtes for Ladies d?-<-*> Ire*
\ f 1SS 1$. C. GRA\ KM, (S:ic>^8or to Miiw A D
>' 1 Mernll and Mis* 15 c. flrnvw), afc*mt?*d by i
competi-nt corps of teacher*, will reoj>en ti-r Sele I
School and Kind'-nrarten for ltoya and <?ir!* SKP
1 EMBER lH.at HHJ lHtli Ktpo-t.ti.rntr of H. I reurt
Mid German without extra churn--. The N >r'u*
trainiiur ClaM ?iii W^iuOctobei' 15. For particular*
address the Principal. d<- 10-lm
PARK SEMINARY, 006 5th rt. nV
Voi no Lai>ik4 am?
Superior facilities for EMiLISH a:id FREVCI.
Applications reoe'ved by the Princhiaie. Mr*. 4.
M. CONDRON and Mi?o A. iOLMAN 8MITR.
dc-c2-lwdfceotdec:29
F FRENCH LANtilAGE l'r ~r H M ASSIST
1 viven private l**, .?ik j? HtENi'H at hi." ovn
residence. No. jli:i Pennsylvania avt aao, or at t.%1
of bia pi?p is. fauiiliir ConvcrMt nti, K.wdiar*,
anu Oral (jrammitiekl DicUtious loruithe I '?kh >(
hi* instruction. novlti-Va
ALADV/aU'nIC 'j KACHER. UAVINu II.li
. own piaro. wifLcs to give te s >hh hi GeruM*
Frrtscta an! Mpk< n f* ltsj'ife lor i^^ird a i l rii'iii.
>! I SIC, Star office. d*oM>*
MADEMOISELLE V. PKCiJ'HOMM t*B FRKKW
CLASSES.
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Eiriorv ami Literature at 'J.IS') Peiu*y!\au?a
tveon< nji in Caieftiieniea at KjuJ'r^ara n Hall,
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PRIVATELY OB IN CLASS. -2*?tin, Matar
1 Uitt c*., Rhetoric. Lo^lc. Arithmetic a.oipl.fi?d.
f. eft Point, Anuai?ollB or CoHoiriie preparation,
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MAPLEWtXlD INHTITCIE, OovooanriLL*.
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