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L THE EVENING STAR
WASH INf.TON:
A\ I I?MM?AV Jnnnary I.",. |S?0.
? Kositv s. >?? |> Kdilor.
JirrrftQt- nrr,m Dnilv f imilntinn or*r
17.flOi) bring a murh larger bona /M?>,
rrQu!/rr n mft jwrtnnnrnt rirrnlitiun th-in
Hint itf all th* oth*r dnilv i"tvrs in the
rity added too* t her.
To Truvrlm and Resident* Abroad.
T hf E'T5!>r. 8t <r will )* fomd otx file at tha
fc>il?>?iii<r | V es. wl.ere. also, i.- rtip^m-M t and
will 1?- received :?H>-'iry F. O H.
Co. 441) Strand, Charlntr Cross. London Charles
Hmrt *rii k. lis Bonle\ard ai.d V V Herald
office. i'J Avenue de l*Opera. Paris.
To Advertisers.
Jt'lvwt -frw arc* requested to send in 'heir an
noaoifiiii'iitfi a* early in the da> as iwwsible. and in
all raw* I t-fore 12 o'clock M. The insertion in the
eaiue day's issue of those reaching the office after
that hoar cannot be assured.
To Correspondent*.
letters should lie addressed to th" Editorial or
Business Manaj/erof Thf. Stab, according to their
tenor, and not to any individual name. Otherwise
proroklnw delays may occur, on account of absence.
etc
Check*. etc.. should in all cases he made payable
to the order of The Evf.sish Star Nk.vf.'P.\rEB
Com pant?not to that of any individual.
IW~ Anonymous communications not read; rejected
manuscripts not returned or preserved.
W Hjr <i?Tinan> is t|iiic?rent*
It i- noted, as a curious fact, that there is
more violent opposition outsld" ot <.ermany
than within Its borders to the recent proposal
or Hismarck to repress freedom of speech iti the
parliamentary debates. It Is natural that In
those countries which enjoy civil liberty the
annom cement of a stringent law, by which
freedom of debate is annulled, after the free
the press has been abridged, should be
r?*eei\ed with Indignation and regret. The tact
that the law Is to be Imposed upon another
ronntry does not r<>h it of t!ils interest. The
c M-e nf livll liberty is the same the world over.
Hismarck proposes to conlerupona commtttee
I he power to punish the representative of the
people t r objectionable speech, iust as the
txn^ ii - ,i!td pens of the people themselves have
aheady t? en placi d under government control
The fart that the powers conferred are
?le>:,r,ed t<? he exercised again-! the socialists
a'oi.e Ls no e\ td*?nee that the> will be
.so exercised. ThLs last measure, abridging
the ri.'l.t to crltlcLse the conduct and
alnjsof a government, would seem to deprive
tiie legislative assembly of the function In
which rests the reason for i*s existence. The
op|X)si! i.in to it. as express.-,i by the press of
America and England, needs n>> o'lier explanat
ion. T!ie comparative Indifference of t he German
press, and the anticipation, perhaps the
apprehension, that the bill will became a law.
may also be plausibly explained. It must be j
r? inembcred that papers thought 10 be soelali?tic
in tendency may be repressed and their
managers compelled to suffer great lncon/enlenee.
if not banishment. American and English
paper*. fortunately, ate not subieet t<? the
tender mercies of Bismarck, though the ac mnts
of complaints to Austria of the tone ot
her press regarding German affairs would seem
to indicate that the Austrian papers are thus
subject. But the main cause of the failure of
the German jte^pie to bo loudly indignant at
this infringement uj>on their liberties is doubtt.
ss the fear of ultimate revolution and anarchy
ii the socialism which now threatens all Europe
l** permitted to develop itself unchecked. '
The> consign their interests to ;i despotic do- ;
fender wlththe same feeling which prompted ;
tlie K<>man republic to ap|?oint a dictator in
time- f public peril. When t!i* immediate j
tl.iic^e! i- passed, they think rh.it 'he rights |
v.i, *i: tl.have sacrificed any be reclaimed.
Tie- trlends of (Jen. Jami> shields are nrglmr
t-'.it l.e lie elected to nil t!i? late Senator B->g> \s i
1ltie\pile.i lerm. nis oOicial life wouid b ' siiort. }
i im- f> rrn ends on the fourth t March, h it it j
-would be long enough to place Missouri in line i
with Illinois ?iicl Minnesota, which have been !
?epre?enlcd In the Senate b\ (Jen. shields.
Whether or not tlie horrors >f t i-execution :
t>! Hunter ha\e brought motility to tols accomplice
t.raham, they shou.J bring >ariity tothe
j eople and their representative-. I.et us shout
with t lit Ktvwh revolutionists. - Vive la gulllo?::;e!"
unh-ss. indeed, we discover a prefer- I
en. e t >: the w-mbraee of the sjvmi-h garotte. !
A' <l:ts-es should demand a le-s objectionable i
method of executing crimiuaK The pood, on j
lhe ground of humanity and for the sake of j
public morals: the bad. for personal reason- |
founded on uncertainty as to* how their 11%-es 1
way terminate.
There is a difference of opinion between the
two governors of the last democratic presidert
nl ticket. Governor Tllden declares that the
i?outh will unite with the East in making the
next presidential candidate of the party, <;ovrrnor
Hendricks suavely but positively aftlrms
that the South and West will work together
next time. The western governor, by the way,
is looking in superb condition, and he naturally
. expre-ses no little regret at the reports of the
i?roken health of Ciovernor Tllden.
'iett-Sutler evidently has no disposition to
r ish recklessly into the joys or pains of his
hereafter. When asked why he bad not returned
to Washington sooner, he is reported as
answering that he wanted to wait until the
death rate in congress was reduced.
The New York /W trusty that the bill that
pa--*d the Senate for the erection of a museum
buildu p adjoining the Smithsonian Institution
will become a law. The structure it provides
for -is greatly needed and will be found to be
more rece^sary with the progress of time." The
f\*r tlso hopes that the new library building
win be made thoroughly fire-proof. as is pr<jposed
in the museum building.
A receiit 1-tter from an American resident of
( una gives Information of the opening of coal
mine- and the examination for the same purpose
of silver mines not far from Pekin. A te!rgraph
line is now nearly completed from the j
s-aeoas? to Tientsin, near Pekin, an<l an I in- i
provcnient in the < hlncse postal service by
which letters bearing the stamp of that nation j
mayi-esent anywli?re outside of ihinaandto j
s 'in" do/en places In it. From ?he fact. per- j
hips, tint it is the celestial Kingdom, china
ii.i? been popularly excepted from the applicai
n of the remark that th? world "do move."
Tin- ni< eiuent now s?rnisto be extending even
to t hit a.
"The Tribune Almanac" comes to us in t!s
usual acceptable sliape for reference, and Is. If
possible. e\en more compact, reliable, and satlsi
.ctoiy in its statistical information than ever |
before.
U "ANTED?Secondhand Ft'RNITFKE in lots of
trci .-*1 to ?5lo worth. Address ' W. I) . Star
r-rti JanlS-'it*
LM UMlllU' C A IU'ETS. r?'HOUJTEKY !
T <i(K?l>S AND SEDDIN4. at whol.wal# j.ri.-tm, <
are ottered ?t th' ??tablisiiui?nt ol VV II MOSES &
>i)N. ' orinr 7th >t. and i\i. ate. m-W. :?nl"> ly
* |IJ> fcTAO AND I'.AKF.K WHISKY.
A:il uli MIXED L'UlN KS 10 ceuts.
at the
EUROPEAN HOTEL BAR.
li A?. Hit IS it. n .tr.. WW Post Ofteai
imcai WATCMM.
Having replen -! <! my as-ortnietit of all the p*pu
ar -rraitew in *..?! 1 aU>l Silver Cased. ImMU
Meu: ami Ke> Winders. for La4i<?? aud <i?n- IfX)
tlooinn, I r? >i*ctfully call the attention otftw
l'nrcba? K to the reduced prices.
H. SEMKEN.
ImiHti >/ " Pennsylvania avenue,
rr LDU VKD CLARK^
k . PKAICK IS
LUMBER. WOOD AND OOAI.. DOORS, 318H.
BLINDS. MOI'LDINGS. KX?..
i?Htre*-9io t irgini't avenue southeast,
H03 Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
\ ira Hi a Depot-Stth street and Virvinm avenue
southeast.
I now hare no partner, and no connection what
ver with, or internet in, uiv former e?tabli9hin?nt,
at the foot of 4th street ttou&east j*nl5-lm
J^FUCEI MOT1CEI MOTR'E T~
We And onr Stock of Fall and Winter Dry
Goods (embracing some of the mo*t desirable Good*
out thin mvod) very much too larva, and shall offer
extra inducement* to caah purchasers We shall
throw oi>on the market durin* the next 30 days.
Silks, Velvets, Woolen Dress Goods, con?istimr of
Caahmere*. all colors. Plaids, French Novelties, and
many other desirable fabrics, at prices from 20 to 30
per cent lower than ever offered in the c.ty. EleKant
Black Hilk Fringes in trreat variety, cheap
Just opened a handsome assortment of Bilks and
Bilk Gauzes in ivht shades, for E veil in*
Cloaks below co?t VV M. BROWN.
3anl5-tr Si7 Market Hvace
-OARislAN PROCESS OF MAKING WAX
J FLOWERS can tie taovht in one lesson of two
boor*. T irnnn inyen and ord>n? received a: No.
V! 4 10th M u. w , Washin<tja Price only < >. Toi*
Jaal4 2t
AM ORKiUiL 2IOVEL.
' IS IT .If.I ? HAWKS,"
A SIORV <?l
AMERIt'AN LIFE ANI) CIIAR.V. TEA
1
Initio. Cilra flotli.
The foilon inic are br:< f exirac'^ fruu letters of
* *bo ha.e re* i advance <x?p:e? 'if "A* It May
Happen
Hi . li. Slit-lton Mnrkf-njit
' Ita story truly original in d?*M.ni and -'icce-1*
?il lr. t-xecution. Thedialog.*- ssna'nralall through
l h?-re i.- infinite variety of action, soui^ humor, and
i *r?Jit dea! of mystery. I'he author display* ?rr*at
1 lovrrana skill in constructing an I te!!m-r a story,
U:** inter?-.-t ->f ".vhich never ll-w-. '
A Proinlnmt Null urllf?:
N'f-'tLuiK' has interested n c s< much tor many a
day at- (Hastory. It i- admiral y written, an 1
i* entirely oriirinal in if, plot and development Its j
humor, especially in its portrayal of Iriancha-ai ter,
; is simply inimitable, and its patlios is m'jst natural
j and enective.''
Opinion of a I?istiiisui*lie<l Clergyman:
" it will excite unusual interest, aad find a rare
decree of favor With ail lovers of pure taction. It in
uccidedly a 'wholesome' story. It* wonderful interest
depends on nothing questionable in nutter or
t method."
From n Brilliant LittcraU-nr:
I pre nc.unce it tbe l>est American nove' that has
; ap; eared for jears. Most of its characters are strikingly
original."*
; For sale l>y all Booksellers, or will be sent by i
mail, postpaid, upon receipt ol the price by
PORTER \ COATES, Publishers.
-V... < he*tmwt St., I'll ladelphia, Pa. j
w AUEIIKKAUT AND VIENNA SAUSAGEC5
i.uuch Ja ly from 11 am to i l from 0
- p.m. to 11 r iii.. at ta?
EIROPEAN II JTF.L BAR,
11 If<,. si 1 K ?t.. uwjr Post Oili.ro.
L'l'KOPKAA HOTEL., (Hotel (;abxi?,)So9.
Pj 804 Mil K st. n w.. hair square trim Post (Jifi-.-e.
I,arife, elt irant Furnished Rooms; also, severil en
I -suitf, for members or lin?t-e'as? families. Bast
' i-uiMne all hours, and furnished hot m any part of ;
! the city.
Silver. Linpn. .tc . furnished for WVddin?rs and
Parties. uilf 4w L. EI8INGER, Proprietor.
! \T COST. AT CO$T7~ j
|
FOI: CASH OSt. ?.
Until Fel'inary Igtwti oiler our -tck of /5K
MILLINERY AND FANOY GKK)DS, |
EXCEPT KID GL'?VES.
AT COST I OR CASH
M ME M. J. HUNT,
Jaiilotr <Vo*. tOil ft *f n.ir.
VISTII STKEET PK1C1>
On I'ennnvlrtiniri kp/'wm .
CONNOLLYS
Have n niovi tl to the c< rii> rut Pennsylvaniaavenue
, an?l llth str-M t. where they areprepare : u? otter the
largest, tuir?t and cheajx-st stock of
I
SILKS AND VELVETS
| in 'he city.
Recollect, we will sell at fr>>m ; wcnt.x t(> forty per
cent, lees than regular avenue iTiers.
SPECIAL BARGAINS TO D \Y
Back Gros Grain SILKS at $!... worth $1.50
Black Lyons VELVET at $1.">0 2.2.~>
( all and examine these Si*koi*i. Bargains il.vtr
yi:A PLK CE.XT. OFF FOR <ASU.
VV. M. SHUSTER .v SONS
t'a 1 alter t:on to the fact that they art- still Bel'inv
tht-ir immense .-tuck of SILKS. VELVETS and
FINE I'RfcsS GOODS at the resful.tr rates, and
efler a* an extra inducement,
TEN l'ER CFN'T. OIT FOR CASH
Black and Colored Silks, in ^reat variety, for street
and eveningr wear.
Black Velseta m all oua'itie^ and prices, and the
laiyest stock of Dressl .~?xi.s m this mirk-nt i
Moiiminif Got>r?s in every ; .ide and texture, of Lu '
pin's colMfrrat^d mitmil&ct irn
St. .Tamt-s Kid Gloves, m orera .shales.
ONE 1T.IC E.
1
it \\ . M mi: >? r? & sow j
| OriSIAAA STATE I ' ITEUl .
A Spleadtf Opportunity To W;u A Fortane. 1
SECOND GRAND DISTRIBUTION. CL\SS ' B,"
AT NEW ORLEANS. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY '>
11th, 1?7!>,- lO.llli >Ioiitlil> Drawing. ;
Loeisitmti Strife Lottery <*mjtnat/. \
Tins tn?titntion was reunlarly incorporated t>y tne i <
letrUlature of the state for educational an?l charitable '
purposes in lrtto, with a capital of 41,000,000, to ! p
which it has since added a reserve fund of SH.50.iK>.'. | u
ITS GRAND SINGLE NUMBER DISTRIBUTION I .
'.*111 take place monthly on the second TUESDAY. 1
It never **-ale* or postpone*. Look at the following i
distribution:
CAPITAL PRIZE, $30,000. j ,
100,000 Tickets at S3 each; llnlf Ticket
h. $1. '
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 Capital Prize #80,000 : i
1 Capital Prize 10,000 '
1 Capital Prize 6.000
2 Prizes of #2.500 ft ,000 j
5 Prizes of 1,000 5.000 ; >
20 Prizes of 600 ... 19,000 i
100 Prizes of 100 10.000 ,
2(H) Prizes of 60 10.000 .
500 Prizes of 20 10,000 1
1000 Prizes of 10 10,000 1
APPROXIMATION PRIZES: I
9 Approximation Prizes of $300 2,700 1
9 Approximation Prizes of 2<J0 1,800
9 Approximation Prizes of 100 900 > .
1857 Prizes, amounting to $110,400
Responsible correspoutliiiK a^rents wanted at all j t'
prominent points, to whom a liberal compensation i i:
will be paid. ' I g
Application for rates to clubs should only be made
to tne Home office of the Company in New Orleans. I
Write, clearly stfefintr full address, for f urther in- '
formation or send orders to J
M. A. DAUPHIN, i 1
P. O. Box 692, A'ftc Orleans, Louisiana.
Or to H. L. PLUM.
319 Broadicay, If.Y. j f*r-All
onr Grand Extraordinary Drawings are
under the supervision *nil ?"?Tiairement of Generals t
G. T. Beauregard and J. A. Early." ianl5-w4*s,7t
^E\V STVM)L\?. COLL Alt. | [
RECEIVED THIS MORNING. | J
W. S. TEEL, , jauHtr
935 Pennsylvania nw.
THE CO.PAKTWEKSHIP heretofore ex- 1
1 it-tiiiK between W. S. TAPl'AN and J. J. HOL- ,
J.IsTER. under the firm name of W. S. TAPl'AN S | ,
CO . is this day dissolved by mutual consent. i \
W. S. TAPPAN. 1
J. J. HOLLISTER.
The business will be continned at the old stand by c
J. J. HOLLISTEIi. wh< will settle all cla'ms against i
the late firm, and to whom all claims dno said firm c
must l>e paid. J. .1. HOLLlsTER. | ;
Washington, D C , Jan. 11,1S79. .Jan 14 'It* j ^
TO THE PEOPLE!
r.liE I TEST SI AUK DOWS Iff IISE ' <
LLOTHIXQ EVER KNO?\ff. I
' <
t
I shall close out in the next th rty d tys my entire '
stock cf Winter Clothing at a 1 1
TREMENDOUS SACRIFICE. 1
i
Ail thk Prick Tickets Havk Been '
Down ron this Git km Sale ' 1
OVERCOATS
OVERCOATS now $16. formerly 825.
OVEBCOAT8 now 414, formerly $22. i
OVERCOAT* n?>w $12, formerly $20.
OVERCOATS now $10, f >rmer y $1S.
OVERCOATS now $S, formerly $13.
, OVERCOATS now $0. formerly (flu.
\ OYfctoCOATeJ now $4, formerly $h.
8UITS.
SUITS that were $25 now $18.
f-UITS that were $22 now sir>.
sun S that were $20 now $15.
fcl'ITS that were $17 now $1:5.
SI-ITS that were $16 now $12.
SUITS that were $15 now $1H
i SUITS that were $12 now $s
SOITS that were $10 now $7.
COATS AND VESTS.
COATS and VESTS from $22 to $16.
COATS a ad VESTS from $' !<) to $14.
COATS and VESTS from $15 to $10.
COATS and VKSTS from $12 to $8.
PANTALOONS
PANTALOONS sold for $H, selling now $6.
PANTALOONS Bold for $7 sellimr now $5.
PANTALOONS sold for $6, Belling now $4.50. ;
PANTALOONS sold for $5, selling now $4.
PANTALOON8 sold for $4, celling now $3.
PANTALOONS sold for *3, sellln* now $2.
PANTALOONS sold for $2.50, selling now $1.50.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
I? c-vlled to the following Goo^Is, which have been i
reduced in proportion to the above:
Fine Hack Cloth Suits.
Youths' Drees Suits and Business Suits.
Boys' Overcoat* and Ulster*.
Boys' Dress aud School Suits.
Children's Cape Overcoats and Ulsters.
Children's Dress and Every Day Suits.
Such Bargains in Clothintr ha > e never been offered
since 1857.
A. STRAUS,
The Portuc Clothieb,
1011 .IVfHNf,
janl4-tr Between 10th and 11th streets.
T A DIES' SHOES.
; li BARGAINS' BARGAINS!!
j I have on hand a lot of LADIES' WINI
TER BOOTS of my own make, that I am
i rioting out at $4.50.
J AS. n. VEBttlLYA.
6in Ninth Mtr*rt,
j janlltr Opposite Pateut O&c.'.
WANTS. |
\\' ANTED?Two DKE8*JaAKEHS at ttbTixih *t
?? iior?- hut c uu>et?'iit hands need app'.y Ai?o, i
. AIM'UF.NI !t h Jan 15? .* '
\\'ANTED-By a nenCemtn a Furnished U J >1.
*' tire acd tras, with Table Boar I ; lowest
price per month Address C. S.. star otlW it*
VI' ANTED?A WOMAN to do irenera' housework .
?? irood wajrc-s to a steady person, iajnir- ?t 91
Prospect street, Georgetown. jau 1 5-H**
WAHTlfP-A SITUATIOH asa cbamHermaid by
* " a (ieruiau trirl; city reference" Address P >x
1(5. Star office. It"
U'ANTKD By a respectable white ?brl a SITUATION
in a privatefamiiy as house trirl arid to
help wash and iron, or world cook in a aniiii fain
ijy can i-ive irood city references 2">2> L st u w.li*
ANTED?A MAX. already <-Dira>r<vl iu s^ilin?r j
?' V\ atdiinsrton and tieorvetown trade, to s- U T:n !
Ware on a liberal commission at prices to suit the
times. Address. with full particul?rs, DAKO. Baltimore,
Md. JinlStt'
\\' ANTFD- A bri?ht, active yonng MAN who
" thoroughly understands Bookkeeping, and u
wiliii L-to make himself generally useful in a com- j
mercial business, must have the l??st city referencrg
as to character aiul capacity. Address B^x 4. Star
oit;<-e. ;
"117 AN TED?A pood COOK; well recommended.
I T with experience, in a Iniardiinr house. Call at :
824 1st st. mwv. Janl*-'2t* i
\VANTKD A fresh. full blooded Jersey COW.
? ? Address, Kivintr atre and price, Lock Box :1'2,
City Post office. nnl t-:'t ;
"1\ ANTED?A lady wishes PUPILS iu Drawing. ;
f t Pautiiifr, Decorations, Wa\ Fiowers. etc.; Will
irive instructions at pupils' residence on moderate '
terms- Address Mrs. ARTIST. Star oftico
W ANTbD-An exi>erienced SALESMAN in the j
? } b<>'t and shoe trarle, none need apply who are j
not ?'ll versed in the business. Address FERD
F HANK. 331 'v Penn'a ave east. Janl4-3t
\\T AN TED?A r< liable MAN as partner, with trom
11 $300 to $500 ready cash. to exten t a litrht manufacturing
business, paying "20t? per cent, profit, an t
without comjifctition in this city. Call at factory
1336 Pennsylvania avenue. ianl4-.it *
WAN UD a BITTIONHOI.E WOUKEH on timi
> ? shirts: none lint an experienced hand need apply.
Mrs. McLEAN, lOuli 1 st. n.w. jaul3-3t*
AX' AN! EI) A SITUATION asuardei er by a man
t ? fully competent and experienced. Apply at i
JOHN A. RAKER'S, Louisiana ave. .lanl.Wt* j
AyANTED A Catholic lady desires a SITUA- i
" TION a? companion or governess. Address j
Post office Box 141. janl3-3t*
U'ANTEI) A CASE of AMVl'TATING IV !
t? STBCMENTS: second hand, ia (rood ordtir
will do. Post office Box 287. janl3-3t* j
TAT ANTED- A Rood, steady reliable (HUL for ;
?? general housework. Only those wko can bring
f'icu eiiv references reed apply at 924 French st.. i
between B and S, i'tli and 10th n.w. jan!3-3t*
Mr ANTED?By a young1 man a POSITION as ,
?? e'erk in some of the departments; will pay
#100 cash . strictly confidential. Address W. S. N., ;
Star olfice. Janl3-3t*
\\* AM t! > Three burnished ItOOMS,with Board
?t wanted permanently, in a refined familv. for
four adults: 1- cation between I and N, and 10th and
I'-th sts.; references given and required. Address 1
>1 E. M., Star office. janl3-3t*
IftTANTED In Wkst Km> Furnished HOOM, on
I? second floor, vith Board, for lady and little
boy, aired H years. in private family: price not toes- j
ceeri A.iO a month. Address E. J., Star office.
janl3-3t*
WANTED?Everybody" to get CARD PHOTOVf
GRAPHS for only 82 per dozen; IS small PIC- j
TURES, 26 cents, at I)ODGE'S, 467 Pa ave.. bet 4}*
?nd Gth sts. oct5-I6w* i
\.\T ANTED?All to remember that money ami time
t ? i* suved in the purchase of a SEWING MA- j
CHINE, by calling at McKENNEY'S, 427 0th st.
u.w. We sell, rent and repair all kinds, and pur- j
chasers make the commission paid to airents. A lot ;
of second hand Machines, as good :ia nuvv, at bottom
prices. jan2-tr
"14' ANTED?OCCFPANTS for eUyantly furnished
? ? ROOMS, en suite, on 1st aiid 2d floors; modern
mprovements; open grata*. Hoard if dfsired. Refsrenced
exchanged. Apply 1104 F st. n.w. d:?o-2w*
14'ANTED?EVERRODY TO KNOW that Smoky |
?> Chimneys are cured or no pay, at W. D. WY- :
VILL'S, 452 Pennsylvania avenue. nov30-3m
WANTED?SOLDIERS' A DDI T1 ON AL8 and '
?? LAND WARRANTS. Cash paid. WILLIAM ,
rr T>T.-i^Tr * - ->-? -
q. ur.v/n, cot. jAiuiBiaus ave. ana f>m st. novfi-.tm* ;
MTANTED?PRIVATE l-I'PILS orCLASSES in
V> Latin. Mathematics, Rhetoric, Losric. Went
Point, Annapolis, or Collek-iatepreparatiou. Terms i
noderate. S. W. FLYNN, A. M., 1x27 L Bt n.w. Oa!i
>efore ] 1 a. n:. after 4 p. m. uov2-tr ; j
i\ AN TED? Fine UTKOLHTERY WORK, 19 yoars ]
TT experience. Goods, &c., at lowest prices. A.
L CHACE, 616 Louisiana iTmoa au^Sl-ly i
l A ANTED?MOTHS kml other ins.vls in furul??
ture to exterminate by suj-erheatdd steam, at
JHACE*8, Upholsterer, 616 La. ara. aiufSl-ly i
i\ ANTED?A perfect and clean copy of the first '
?? jj-.iuil>-2r of the EVENING STAR, for which a
>eral price will be paid. Apply at the Star I
jfiee. auir30-tf
ANTED -FEATHER BEDS to RENOVATiTat I ;
CH ACE'S, 6it? Lonihlana avenue. an*31-ly J
AT ANTED?To exchanye, new STOVES for old ! (
ones, Groceries or Fuel, at BUTLER'S, 5th and , v
1 rts. n.w. Sruokey ru^xioya cured or no pay. r
tovefl rented. novlf. t? j j
LOST AND FOUND ' \
Oc?T ?A HOLD FERN' LEAK J ARRING. A 3
j Mutable reward will bt- piven it returned to 2026 j c
n.w. janl5-3t* ,
~Y? jl OR STOLEN?A SlLK FOB CLOAK, be- I s
j t v ern President's and 1013 17th st. n.w. A lib- !
' reward will be given if returned to above No. 1*
6.10 REWARD-ljost within the last month, one I
.-iiikfle stone SAPPHIRE EARRING. Address *
>KO. W. DRIVER, 4and Pennsylvania avenue *
w Jan IV 21 I
I OST?A BUNCH ot KEYS, going from 15th tst
Li on New York avenue to 14th st., down 14th to
ennsylvania avenue, to 7th st.. afternoon Tuesday,
anuary 14th. liberal reward if returned to Star
ffice. it
I OST?On Tuesday evening, the 14ih instant, 011
I j 14th st., betw?en R st. and All Souls' Church, a 1
trse-JET CROSS, with gold tips; valued chiefly as
*mg the Kift ot' a mother-in-law. Any one returnair
the same to 1433 R st. or to this otfice will be
uitably rewarded. It*
L^OUND?In the Columbia R. R Co. cam the fol- .
T lowing articles, in 187* and 1879 Four POCKET ^
-tOOKS. with small amount of money in each;one
iREASTPIN, with hair in as a set. Which the ownrs
can have by proving property and payintf
fcanres. at Company's office, 15th st. east and Mary
and avenue. Janl5 3t*
[OST?Tanuary 11,1879, either in avenue ear or
J vroini* up 11th st. n.w., a Gold EARRING. A
mitable reward if returned to 60*2 11th st. n.w. (
ianl3-3t* (
" 10 REWARD?Lout 011 Saturday, .?H() in a SMALL 1
? BOOK; name on the outside, John Sax. The <
iliove reward paid if returned to No. 1137 8th st. t
i.w. Janl3-3t* s
personal!
VTAY DAY, Tit* Claibvoyant and Medium.
l?1 Magnetic Healing. Names and messages triven.
,'onsultations upon bu?ineaa complications and afairs
of life. Marshall House, corner 8th and D sts.
'mate entrance on D street. Jan8-2w'
V.fRS. BLACK. Maonktic HEU.VB ?'iVn
lYI Medical, and Business Sittings. All Nervous J
,ud Lccal Weaknesses cured by wearing the Mair- J
letic Medicated Amulet, manufactured to -uiV facli '
aee; 1222 F street. ja;il5 tit*
WASHINGTON. 1> Jauuarv 15, 1^7'.',
A CAKD TO THE PCIJUO.
In last nivlitV "Stav"' I was charged with -tiling
? at at "I. -'Lt Weight." The r< porter should have
tit in 34* ]I?. (Thirty nound) short. Since the law ,
uuie out. the oflict iv buve weighed my carts at least
wi nty times. and two of these officers" are willing to
rove that 1 had over-weight each time, hut tlio 1
Dumb Head"' blue-coat who weighed the last coa!. j
Ices not know how to wi-urh, nor how to figure it ui? 1
.vhen it is we ^lit d, which my son can prove. llavtfjr
gained in the lust thirty years a reputation of
ilv.ay< dealing honestly wuli m> customers, it is
inite hard to ha\?- such a reputation blasted by a
ii'uw tiki- '"Farfpihai
Very reM-ectfullj. JXO. KENNEDY. ,
It* No. 1"J H street u.e. (
OERSONAL.? A gentleman desires to meet witli
I 6ouie interesting. live'y GIRLS. Object, lota of i
fun, theater voing. &c., Ac. Address in strict conli- '
dence s'l'R A NGEIt, city poet office. janl3-eo:$t* |
lOHN PATCH EXAMINES TITijES, reports as to .
'I the responsibility of i>eople, with abstracts of
liens on real estate. 50f> Kith st. n.w., < a.m. to 10
pm. Always in l>efore 9 and after 4. janll-lm' i !
MRS H. F. WRIGHT, MAGNETIC AND CLAIR- '
VOVANT HEALER, 824 9th st. n.Wv has emi- I i
nent euocem In treating (without medicine) Acttte ! i
and Chronic Diseases. Consultation free. decl6-lm* I
DR. WELLS' EUREKA SURPASSES AT.T, j
other articles for l>eautifyiug and preserving the
Teeth. For sale by all druggists. 36 oents per bot
tie. . novfi-tr |
20 YEARS OLD.
We have succeeded In purchasing the control?for I
the District and Maryland?for sale of ' OUTH- i
BERT'S OLD MOKONGAHKLA WHISKY." This
Whirky was made 1H52, from 20 per cent, of malted
barley ,80 per cent, malted rye,by the old hand process,
at a degree of heat not exceeding* 400 decrees, and
but 4 Quarts of spirit extracted from each bushel of
grain.
Whereas under the present system from 16 to 18
quarts are distilled from each bushel of raw grain,
and the high degree of heat attained by the tntroauction
of steam?from r,0Oto 900 decrees?extracts
all the essential oils, fusil oil and metallic salts.
We copy the report of PROF. JOSEPH JONES,
of New Orleans. La., addressed to Messrs. Toby & ,
Co.. of that city:
"Oentlfmkk:?The sample of Whisky labelled
' Wm. Cuthbert,' submitted to me for chemical ex- 1
aminatioD, contained 47 >$ j>?r cent, of absolute a'cohol.
Chemical analysis established that it was free
from xssesuai. oils, rrsm oil and all mktali.io
salts, and is the only Whisky 1 have ever found free
from essential oils. The grape sugar whi ;h s.n.l
Whisky contains *i ve the spirit indications of great
T* JOSEPH JONE8,
Professor of Chemistry.
We can refer to the leading physicians of this city
as to its great qualities medicinally.
For sale by the bottle only.
B. W. HEED'S SONS,
janR tr IVlg F street.
nHESTBl T RAILS.
\ ? A large lot of Chestnut Rails for salt;;
price* low. For information apply to WM. H.
BAl'M. corner 10th and C sts s.w. Janl3-lm*
tpiNE PIANOS.on liberal1 terms- Also,
F Tuning and Repairs, at V. BECKER S.
907 Hm n w. One new 71* Upright for'l?%??
rent laal^-n'
FOR RENT AND SALE.
"FOB EE NT -BRICK HOUSES, law an 1 -mvl.
" desirably located WHE&rLn BBOtLrotmr
T*b str?ei Knd Rhode Island avenue. Janl."> liu
VOB KENT?519 20th 'st n.*., FK AM K. 1 rooms,
r water; trood yard WAI TER H. \VI! JOX. cor
rt r 2Wh and T st?. n.wr. j i:il5-.U
VOB KENT?From '23d instanT SOTSS 609 4*h
V st n.w . 10 r<?<ms. 1>ath, cellar. Apply to H. J.
FROST. 42? 61b si n.w. jialS-Dt
Ti'OB RENT -1345 U street n. w\. three-story
r BRICK. X rooms, all mod. imps. WALTER R.
WILCOX, corner1 2<>th and I sts. n.w. .i ?nl.v:it
T^OR RENT -tjood DWELLING for h->ase?eepT
ir>r, and m-Il li'-rated for rtressma^iuar business;
* veri ri>oms. with modern improvements, &o . at
?;I J ;?th sfett, op)">Kite Patent Oilice. It
VOU REUT?A three stor\ BRICK HitUSE, 7.;*
p 12th st re-1, in trood condition. furnished or lin
furnished. to he vacant to-day. Inquire within.
.Hint-* 3t*
"LH>R RENT?A nice three-story BRICK, with L-as
r and water. *> rooms, in frond neighborhood, rear
market and three lines of ear- Rent reduced to f'Mt.
THOS. E WAGO AM AN. 519 7th rt. J?nl5-3t
"I/1 OB RENT?A suite of four or five unfurnished
ROOMS on second floor, suitable for a small
family; one without children preferred. Ail modern
miprovementh. References exchanged. M
st. n.w. janir>-3t*
IpOR RENT Small three-story BRICK, No. K 1
st n.w.. 6 rooms, srood repair. Apply to ALBERT
F. >OX. '."-'ii F st. n.w. i iult :it
Tj'OR RENT - Two lar^re elegant ROi >ms on second !
1 floor, I'arlor and Bedroom ; excellent lor C >nirrestmen
or any others wishm* such rooms: south -
curAiwire. iji.Mt si. n.w. janM 'it*
1I?OR BENT? At 1316 14 h Ft. n.w., a SMaLL
STOKE, alt titted up, suitable for any business.
Rflit $15. Also, two larjre coinmunicatini.' ROOMS
on second P'K>r. furnished or tnfurnished. with
l ath, heat an<i gas. Apply 1316 14>li st. aw. jl4 3t j
Xj^OS KENT?Very nice unfurnished communiA
catm* APARI MENTS. in a handsome new J i
story brick, with bay window and all modern im- |
prove incut *. Rt ferer.ces required; 1134 f?th street
northwest. 1anl4-3t j
F'oK KENT- 17;?; 1' sr. n. w.. a two story BlttUK j
HOUSE. S? roc ins and bath, all modern improvements.
Good ilry cellar, stable in rear. Will be
ri-nted to a irood steady tenant for per m >nth.
Apply 131614th st. n w. janl4-3t*
F-"OK RENT?STORE and DWELLING-, corner
7tli and B sts se. flood business location.
Rent low. 13. H. WARDER, ?16 F st. n.w. Jal3-3t
"|?0R RENT?STORE and CELLAR, 1310 E st
L n.w. Brick House, i' robins, 441 L St. u w.
Apply to Db. PRENTISS. 1224 9th n.w. Key at
prr-Hiiset*. ianl3-3t*
L^OR RKN'T EWantly FITTmSHED ROOMfli
l in new home, v.ith all modern improvement*,
on 1st, 2d and 3d floors, suitable for Senator. Contrrcssmanor
any gentleman, with rent to suit the
limes. A No, basement in satn>? bouse; nice for
diniBRrooms. Apply at 51it 13th st. n.w. Janl3-lra*
1POR RENT ? Several neat 7-room BKICK
F HOFSE8, with water, bath, water-closet, sink,
ifcc . near the Columbia railway, :n the eastern part
of the city. Rent, to promptly-payinsr tenants,only
812 50 per month. Apply to M >f. ROHREK, Real
Estate Av>iit, 5 3 7th st., opposite Post Office. jalo-tr
i/OK RENT?732 21st street u. w . 13 rooma, all
.F uji dern improvements; one of the be??t houses
in West End: price $*3 per month. F. II SMITH,
Real Estate Broker, 806 F street, Le Droit Buildij>?\
janK-eo2w
RENT Nv>. 1205 F st. n.w.. one of the most i
" desirable DWELLINGS in the center part of
the city; 13 rooms, with all modern improvements,
mi perfect order ; rent reasonable to a *ood tenant.
Inquireof G. F. SCHAFER, 424 llthst ii w. ,1a3-lm
TpOR BENT -In a Most Dkbibabu Location
r in Washington?An elegant suite of ROOMS
on the secoiid floor, with bath-room attached; southern
exposure. bay windows, etc.; a so, one or two
uppersinKle Rooms; private family. Northwest
corner of 17th and H sts. n w. dec30-lm
TT'OR RENT-HOUSE 327 C st. n.w.: front and
P back yards. Apply to B. H. DUVAJLL, 459 Pennsylvania
ave. dec24-lm
L"OR RENT?117 Maryland ave. n.e., PAi.iT or
r ALL of completely and handsomely furnished
House of twelve rooms, in excellent condition; location
very desirable to one wishing to live near the
Capitol. dec!6-3w*
I?OR RENT?A neat seven-room BRICK DWELLF
ING, with bath room, water closet, sink, ?tc.;
being' ! loth st. n.e., (a souare and a half from the
Columbia railway.) Rent reduced from $20to $12.50
if r month, to a prompt-pay n* tenant. Apply to M.
Si. ROHRER, 513 7th st. n.w., or to Mr. WILMOT,
No. 7(K) !>th st n.e., who resides near the house.dl4-r
LXttiTRENT?Furnished PARLORS and BEDr
ROOMS, and ROOMS furnished for bousekeepTiit,
and several smali BEDROOMS. 36>. Pennsylvania
avenue, corner 434 st marl 1-1 tor
FOR SALE.
I/OR J-ALE A fine pair of MULES ;'H years old
I Will work anywhere. DaRNE"S Ll>'KK?
sTAliLtS. Oeorgetown. D C. It*
PROFESSIONAL.
Dll. bi llK, Dentist. 421 7tn street southwes;
between D ami F. streets. Beautiful sot*, /- .?^
>f Teeth, 48, Teeth filled, $1; Extractingy
rithout i>ain, 60 umts. All operations war- ^ ''1
anted. oct31-ly
[ iR. J. I*. JOHMSTOW, a graduate of the
I ' Pennsylvania cohere of Dental Snivery, i? " ?
hiladeiphia, with 16 years' experience. jw*?ai
JtHoe over Baliantyije's bookstore, 428 7th^-LJ-ti*
t. n.w. Denuatry in all its branches. Gold filling!
, specialty; tras administered, notliintr but firstlass
work dona References - Rev. Dr. Domer, 11th
nd H streets n.w.; Wtti. Ballantyns M 8on, 428 7th
treet northwest Jy3-ly
Dr. t. m. talbott, dentist,
Removed to southeast corner 7th and %Bai
1 Btreets northwest Teeth Inserted S7 per^ 11 fJJ
et my23-ly
DR. J. R. tilBBS, _ _
Dentist, mttssut
REMOVED TO 703 15th STREET. tsr
marl-ly Over Thompson's Dra? Stor*.
HOTELS. ~
yy ILLARD'8 HOTEL.
lliis Isvorite Hotel, havm^ been thorotwhly renorated,
painted throu?-hout, and entirely rt.fnrlithtd,
is now open for the reception of guest*
BRE8LIN & OOOEJS,
nov29-tf Proprietors.
ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1?th, SOUP, with
_ BREAB^and BUTTER, will served at the
oi *raimiiK lor tlieir customers large returns from
Investments ranging from $50 to $300, and have the
auviable reputation of alwav-6 makinw quick returns.
Bend for their Financial Report, free.?{Sew York
Tribune. novl8-eotr
A MEMBER OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE Will
execute orders for the purchase or sale of Stocks,
Bonds and Gold on moderate maralns. Commlslions
$5 each 100 shares. Stock privileges negotiated
on responsible parties only. Correspondence
solicited. Henry Merriam, Member Am. Mmlu*
ind Stock Exchange, 85 Wall st. Mew York. Refersnoe.D.
R. Manyan, Esq., President National Trust
Do., New York. jaal-b
COMPLETE.
Our Stock of
CHINA, HTf
glass, sal
CROCKERY WABE, W
DECORATED DINNER and TEA SERVICES.
MANTEL ORNAMENTS.
PLATED WARE.
CUTLERY, and other
HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES,
is again complete, and are being offered at Bedccbd
Prices.
j. w. boteler & bro.,
)anll-3t 933 Penna. nw. worHnwrt.
pl KSl FURS It FUSS III
SIBERIAN SQUIRREL LINED WRAPS, SEAL
SKIN SACQUES; MINK, OTTER and SEAL
MUFFS and BOAS; Carriage Robes; Bear, Wolf
and Fox Gent's Seal Caps, Mufflers and Gauntlets.
STINEMETZ,
janS-tr 1937 Pennsylvania Jwiiw.
T*Uf!8B&S^g^gS'8%
Patent Office; GentlemenS and Ladies' Wigs sold s<
TOT low initial! good! TOIUMi <UoM*
j v? r.ix uuust irom 11 to 1 p. m., daily, for 10 eta.,
\ id a WARM DINNER from 4 p. in. to fi, for 25cts.
Klerks in the Departments ana others will plesse
all and try the quality. Furnished ROOMS from
BIO to $30 per month.
jan7-2w* 8. E. SPATD8, Proprietor.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
U M. IUVABE * CO.'S
VY WORLD-RENOWNFD
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANOS.
THE BKST MASK.
Every Instrument fully warranted. Pi
inos and Organs from other celebrated ffto-JeiBel
ories for Bale,rent and exchanaro an the1!' *? ?
reasonable terms. Special inducements foe
-aah or short time.
RIOBENBACH'a Piano Wardrooms,
4V3 Eleventh street,
dec6-tr A few doors alx>ve Penn'a ave.
THE 8TIEF1 PIANOS
1 ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL!
Victorious at the Centennial Exhibition,
L876; achieved their | f | nl
GRAND CROWNING TRIUMPH* 1 * 1'
the Exposition Universolle, Parifc, 1878.
G. L. WILD & ERO., Sole Agents,
793 Seventh street n.te.
Aiso Agents for the celebrated Kranich and Bach
PIANOS and STANDARD ORGANS.
Lowest prices; fairest and eaBisst terms. nov2-6m
BANKERS.
2? 1 *JAri profits on 10 days investment of $1 AA
iv in Western Union, October 29th.
Pro portions returns every week on Stock Options of
$20, $50, $100, $.?00. Official reports and
circulars free. Address T. POTTEB WIGHT fc CO.,
bankers, 86 Wall street, New York. Je8-eod&kly
9%5! 950 i glOO! 9VOOI *600!
ALEX. FROTHIN9HAM & CO.. have been for
many years Stock Brokers and Bankers in New
iork. at 12 Wall Street They have the reputation
& &
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FOB RENT AND SALE
KEA.L ESTA1L BULLETIN
op
Tnos E VTAOOAMAN, ftia tfe>vp?iiv.
(Chiii*f>* made every \Vedudddny a.i I Siiart**.)
Thrff-Stcry fl. t?*?? F;r S,i>
j 211 A t! pc. uiOil. mi s , Vz .. si'1 if1 *
I i'l"2 M ?t i. w.. Iv n,IDOCL liiii'd jl.OM
1-Wl Utll tl Ii.tl
! n'h; ii (i c.v . i:h>-< ur]>s.. ill rs S.mni
123 U st. s.e.. uj?d ihu-s . <?rs T <? ??
^ St. It W.,raod. lUlj'li., Id re . 7 :>:>
916 F, st n. w . in*ni. imp*.. 10 r> i '?
Tir<>-$for;/ Urick (tiul Fnxnv U ' MM f.ir Stli, j
i*'-w v?o!l-.?".V * b h ; niCK*- "u'~
' ilillV i, ?'I, H K h.? iiki I. ii r- . H.fiim
! , * apUol *t.. I>. U., luoit lii*i?h ....
1 I To rrf r0 0*" 1 mod. inii? . s rn 5j*Ki
i i M4 D. law art a-, i n p., f b 4r- t*M
I |M??LfS? I'Ahrt n,.f. I, .4? n
j 8o 1.839, Mil 2.1 st. sc., f. h. 4 r- .u'i, "..Ji 4tK)
; Un.rtprorfa Prtipertv for Sal'.
N St.. lift. 4th ami oth n u i *
. ?< ;
i <> St., bet. 4th aud Mil u w.. iyr ft rv? ,
j S st.. tn't- 12th and 13th n.w.. i*>r it .so
! M st.. It t. Hiili and "2i?th n.w . j<er ft 5"
! New York ave., l>ct- 17tli and Hlli n.w . i?-r ti ."> >
i (J st.. 1 et. Vlst and 22d n w., |>er ft . .50
j 1> t?t.. lit 12th and 13th s.\v , i>er ft >, .*>0
Houses For Rent.
1215 K st. c.w., f?*.m., m'?d. un . 11 rs $150
1 172(1 H st. n.w., furn.. mod.'uins.. 12 rs 150
: 503 E st. n.w.. mod. imps., 11 rs 50
t 142S 11th st. n.w.. mod. imps.. 10 rs . ?ti
I 1318 E st. d.w.. mod. imps., 8 rs 85 t
! 142611th st. n.^*.. mod. imps., H re 3" ;
| huh Kortli Can. lina av. se., m<*l. imp# . 11 rt< 25 1
I 122.5 8th et. n.w.. mod. imps., 7 rs '25 j
. 13425th st. nw., mod. imps., Kirs '25 j
1431 lit list p.w, oi vi. inips .6 re 25 j
I 1924 14th st n.w.. mod. imps. 7 rs >' !
I 12KI 6th et.n.w . mod. tu ps.. * rs 20
i l'.H?3 R st. n.w., lanrp yarii. 4 re 20 .
} 174311thst. n.w., mod- imps.. Ore . 20 i
1 1800 Conn. ave. n.w., 7 re 15
413 7th st. p.w., 7 rs .. 15
I'M* 13th st s.w ,7 rs Is
1142 8Lb st. n.w . !> rs 13
I 63 H st. n.e.. 5 rs 1*
1412 3d st n.w., 4 rs 13
1735 1737 Est. n.w.. ? rs
H e. cor. loth and 8. t'arolina av. s.e., 2 rs 12 j
451 New Jersey ave., 6 rs 12
lW I. st. n.w, 5 is 12 !
15 F St. u w? 5 rs 12 i
S22 23d st. n.w.. 6 rs 12
Stores ami OJHeen.
Store, corner 7th and O. 307, tier annum . *1,200
Office ro'?uts. cor. 7?h and (j. Lenox Huildnur
do. do. do. do. 15 25
do. do. do. do. 1 . .. 25
do. do. do. do. 2 25
do. do. do. do 3 . 3" !
do. do. do. do. 6. 15
do. do. do. do 7 35
I issna on the 1st and 15th of ea- h monUi a bulletin
of all proj>erty for rei t and sale on my boobs, which
can lx> had on application at my oflioe, or will be sent
by mail if desired.
Loatm.
$10,000. SI.000. at 8 percent. Janlfl-tr
EA. McINTIllE,
Rv.ai, Estate Brokfb,
No. 918 F street, opposite Masonic Ternpla.
For Rent (Furnished.)
0 st, roar 14th n.w , 12 rs.. a.m.i $150
F St., opposite Ebbitt House 1,H'
Mass. av. and 14th n.w., (double).. 1''
1 ?t. ln*t. 13th and 14th st? I"*'
12th st., nfar O, 10 rs., a.m.i Cor.
ltth and N sts.. 10 rs., a.m.i go
N. Hampshire and Penn. aves.. 8 rs.. a 111.1 ... 75
For Rent (Unfurnished.)
No. 732 21st n.w.. 1-1 rs , a.m.i 83'j
No. 1331 r n.w., 12 rs., a.m.i >
No. 47H Penna. ave. n.w.. 23 rs. 60
Va 1 (W1" D.i?> 11 ~~ ~
ivi'viouuA. a vc. * n*.. ?*. m. 1 . 41'
Store No. 1905 Pa. av., nas, water, uvjodcellar. 35
Nos. 45,51 and 6.- K u.e., 12 re., a.iu.l 25
No. 615 N. Jersey ave. n.w., 9 rs., tra* Ai bath. 25
Nos. 104-155-160-162 F n.w.. 7 rs., a.iu.i 21
No. 1104 B n.e., 8 rs , water 1"*
No. 1903 N. Hamp. ave., new, 7 re., a.m.i 1*
No. 1913 N. Hamp. ave , new. 7 rs.. a.in.i 16
Nos. 927 and 929 N. J. ave., 6 rs 15
No 1726 Vermont ave . 7 rs., jras and water... 15
No. 815 7th s.w.. br., 8 rs 15
No. 531 7th n.e.,7 rs.. aas and water 15
No. 2120 10th n.w., 6 rs .. 10
No. H29 10th n e.. 6 rs 10
No. 1115 1135 I'ark Place. 0 rs.. water. &c. 9a;id 13
No. 829 13th u.e., 6 rs., water 10
No. 12 0 n.w., 4 rs
Three tJtableo, centrally located 7 and lu
For Sate
Near 13th and P sts. Circle. 10 re., a m.l $7,500
No. 1340 Q n.w.. 11 rs..a.in.t.new 6.200
Si v'i 10 r'm'd houst s.eentr'lly located, 5.000 to
Sev'l smial! hoUiies (.rood investments). *(><*1 to -b L.h kj
Janl3-tr E. A. McIN TIRE.
Ti'OR RENT? .
r B H. WARNER,
816 F gtieet noruiws*'.
1327 M Pt. n.w $166X H09 Sat n.w $20
321 C st. n.w 83S l'?07 T st n.w 20
1*40 M ?t. n.w. Hii' i 1126 19th st. n.w '!0
2100 H st. n.w 60S 2020-22 14th St. u.w?2'?
6-!9 E. Capitol st. 60 Store 605 O n.w 211
504 E st. n.w 55 25 V st. s.e 29
2016 O st. n.w 55 313 C St. se 20
637,641,643 K. Cap. st "0 805 E Capitol 20
1326 1 lUi st. n.w 50 456 N. J. ave. s.e 20
123 B st. s.e 50 1318 V et. n.w..*. 2o
M atinldart st. Goo'tn. .50 1731 8th st. n w 18
930 I st. n.w 50 302 6thsL n.w., etore..l8
120 E St. n.w 45 615 L st. n.w 18
1905 Penn. ave 40 1912 12th st. a.w 16^
2=)6 N .1. ave. s.e 40 513 11th st s.e 16
1519 Columbia st 36 1902 16th st. n.w 15
1412 11th st. n.w 35 305 H st. n.e .15
707 8th n.e., with stable 35 1115 V st. u.w. 15
1535 8th st. n.w 30 631 H st n.e 15
1203 4tb st. n.w 30 1729 T st. n.w 15
1009 Md. ave. 8-W 25 12 6th st. u.e 15
1235 T Bt. n.w 25 41961$ st. s.w . 12
193119th st. n.w 25 811 '.th st. n.e .10
67 K st. n.e 25 2250 11th st n.w .10
1438 S Bt. n.w 25 1328 I st n.e 10
1212 O st. n.w 20 505 9th st. s.e 9
484 O st b.w 20 Park Place 9
3 K st n.e 20 409 13th st. s.e ..9
809 Elm Bt LeDroit Pk 20 2d Bt. s.e 8
The Real Estate Review, published at my offloe on
the 15th of each month, contains a compete list of
all the houses I have for rent, together with reports
roncerniiiK the condition of the real estate market
throughout the country. Oaii and tret a oopy.
If O R SALE.
1 422 5th street ?5,500
1741 13th street. 2.50ti
1912 10th street 1.250
jan8-tr JOSEPH G. HESTEH. 513 7th st.
Fob rent
Bt F. H. SMITH,
Real Estate Broker, Le Droit Building,
806 F street
732 21st Bt. n.w., 13 rooms, mod. imps 983.33
214 A st B.e., 12 rooms, mod. imps 50.00
1324 11th n.w., 10 rooms, mod. imi>s 50 00
Cor. Mass ave. and 2d st. n.e.. 9 rooms 30.00
1330-32 T Bt n w., 7 rooms, mod. imps 25.00
1414 6th Bt n.w., 9 rooms, mod. imps 25.00
1614 Monroe st n.w., 7 rooms 16.00
1316 E St. n.w., store 15.00
1451T st. n w., 7 roomB, mod. imps 15.00
Furnished house, 21st st. n.w .125.00
Furnibhed house, lltli st, n.w 75.00
Furnished House, (i st n.w., one of the finest
In the city 300.00
Houses and Lots for sals in all parts of the city.
Money to loan in sums to suit, at 7,8 and 10 per
cent. JanH-tr
FOR rent,
Near Thirteenth Street Circle,
A "?n ? TlT'OTTVlS^ri**
iren m-iiiuui iir.RiL/r.^iur., Willi Standard roof
and every modern convenience.
Also, in the most desirable portion of the
WEST END,
An Eletrant 12-rooin DWELLING, with every improvement,
aadlaore Brick Stable.
FOR SALE.
A Handsome 12-room RESIDENCE, on L street
p.w., near Vermont avenue; contains all modern
improvements and built in a most bubstautial manner.
A Small FRAME, on T street n w., near 14th; Lot
20x120.
Several Maanificcrit Buildiusr LOTS, on Vermont
avenue, between MeHienjou Square and HtU-Htreot
Circle
Two Entire Squares of GROUND in the northwestern
section of the city; a line opportunity for
extensive building operations.
A I^anre Tract of LAND, beautifully situated, and
tx'in^r a part of Meridian Hill: handsome location
for >ilia Bites, cotumaiidniK a view of tho city; will
be sold at a bargain.
THOS. J. FISHER & CO.,
Jan2-tr 1223 F street n.w.
JOHN SHERMAN & CO.,
Real Estate Agents, St. Cloud Building.
For Bent.
815 12th at, 10 rooms $80.00
909 T ?t., 8 rooms . 30.00
1906 9th St., 6 room* 25.00
And other desirable Dwelling. Stores, &e., situated
in different parts of the city. Call and see our list
For Sale.
Now Houses: modern improvements; small cash
payments; balance monthly.
No. 210 6th st. s.e $3,000
No. 1908 9th st n.w 3,300
No. 909 T st. n.w 4,000
No. 901 T st n.w 6,000
Stationary waslwtan^s and waslitubs, sj-eafcluy
tubes, latrobee. ranges, &c. deol6-tr
JfOB RENT.
No. B17 E. Cap. st, mod imps.. 12 rs 840.00
No. 211 Pa. ave. n.w., house&store. m i., 11 rs. 66.66
No. 323 Missouri ave., tew and water. 23 ra ? 60.00
22 3d st n.e., furnished, V rs 75.00
FOR SALE2
Houses, 4th and A s.e., mod. imps $3,800
83111thst s.e., lot 14x80 1,500
941 Rhode Island ave., mod. imps 6,500
824 9th Bt n.w., bouse and store 7,000
Houses and Lota for sale in ah sections of the city.
AUG. A. NICHOLSON,
decl9-tr Real Estate Broker, 708 ? at xlw.
rpo CLOSE Bl'SWESS MARCH 1st.
I
991 Pennsylvania avenue*
Our $45 ENGLISH SUITS to order now. ..?..$25
Our $12 ENGLISH PANTO to order now..?..a 7
Our $48 FINEST OVEROOATS to order now... 90
Everything in the store must be sold, as we won't
move any of the stock.
IVTeRBB cash to everybody.
REMEMBER;
Jan5-tr fW Pmnitv9mmtm sm.
BOARDING.
N ew york avenue hotkl \ few ,ie?ir*i>v
ROOMS, suitable for famthow. with >uvt'nie ' *
01 IvrilconductedbottL Cm be secured at;
to rait tl e tim'T JuiWto"
BOARD I NO. ? Kor rent. With r.r* -cl**-< r.ibilJOAKIi.
one w?th BOOM, nhvij furnish ?d. M
930 Kew York ;> time n.w )ta< I St*
T>OARDIXG M S4Stauwj!?nn M** itw COB
.1# venient to Capital an ? l><'i>artu>-?nt?, a ?il?>
to nil lines "f street cars. Niooly furnbdit-d Rvim*
for rent. T< rui* rrbwaahfo. janT 2?*
TTOR KENT Very desirable Frirnishrfl ~fb >0>I S.
r with or without Board, can !? ol?tainsd by p*~
t:o8 with rfoc-ti references. in a private family, at -"?>?7
K et n.w. > .' v
MRS M. T. SOITTHALL. corner 15th 8t ami N- w
York avr .will aoeouini' lat?* perannwit. trau
Ki?'nt and daj BOAIIDER8. Redisoed pr:?w lltilui*
a "'Hi TREMONT HOFSE bvi lust undennme thorx
onirh renovation. It ;k newly papered, painted.
eari>eted ana heated with steam. Permanent B.?ar I
ers will lx> taken at the foUowinjr low ratos tieman
and wife. $5<> to $60 per month . Sv>Me K Mils,
$2R to ?S0 per month. #. to $10 t>er w?ek: Table
B^ard $'? per month and *5 per week. Ai'. are
invited to call atrl took throvurn th-? bons* oet.tl-tr
LADIES' GOODS.
JI4.L.A K1 If M.tl\ES.
THE F'NEsT KN 'WN
2 Button. $1.75. ?, _
? Button $'> ?"lfy\
4 Button. $j -*V 4,1,1 jW
& Button, a: .? J!, Ju
ti Button. <?>
OM \ TO 1!F. H<li VT
Mhs J. p. 1'ALVEK S
HO? Fstreet tt.ic.. Wash ?a. I> c
Jar.ll-tr
Ififfi* I. !' JEA.WEUAT of Ba
is now iu Wb' li'nittoii. ?n l In- r??
move to Ler oh! stand. 11 IT lVnm \ !vav:
avenue. l?*tween 11th a-d 1 Jtli str , ts ,w.
Oalt's jewi lry ston*. where ehe is ^T.ti'ofl V*
i handsome ?-R, rtn.<-ir. .>t Fi'.bNCli l> l\"NIMS
and Kul'ND HA'l H r ?ardie? ?>f cost i;
worth j?ud ?.?<? no.v st-Uin* from *Vjto?H
Orders promptly attended to tanl" lni
I) E('KPTIO,\ RO^'NETS.
It FINE MM.UNfP.Y GOODS.
FLOV? Kits and FLOWER OARMTUR^s
LACE and MUrtLIN DRE3SKS
. L.U'EtiOODS lXtiREAT \ ARIETV.
I NPERO.\R\l FNTS. .1 B P * C P. COKSET3
AN FLF.dANT ASSORTMENT OF DUFS8
TRIMMINGS. SILK DOLMANS, Etc.. Kit
- ~ M WILLI AS.
Cite Trevir", Paris. SO? Pcn/ia #ir?'.
RI'lTw o. .< f 'l ??* L U .
4*41V4 viiV.mti 'f > xt?l li* Ciose OUT tilH
stock. jlanVtr
Its. SLLMA KCPI'EKT.
6f4 Si nth st..
O|>i<06ite I\iteut Oiti?*
Hr.ni.TN ZEPHYRS.CAM ASFMBKOinF.HlK.s
FMlllMi VAi{\s an ! \V< >KsTF!? (i? ??>:-?
Novelties in FANi V WORSTED W<>ItK and KM
BRolDERIFXon J.-noti anii Mmuniv
Full line of MACRAME THKF AD.'and L> of
n*tru<-t:on for n:aktn?f Mai-ratne I.;kv
MLK ! RINOES. 1RIMM1SOS, BFTTOXS and
N'(iTIt'NS in ?r-'at \:iri^'v
GERMANTOWN WOOL, fir^t qiu'ity, l'l <v>n<s
ifromice. Aireut for Frank Leslie'* PaI'EK i' A l
TEKNR jatiT tr
noiuiiiss.
NINTH STREET, ST. CLOUD BUILDING,
Excixmvb Agency roa xhf. Gbfut
CURATIVE COHS ET."
THE NEW
"CUIKASSE CORHLT "
Sow twin* introduced by us is theonly i?erfect nttim?
Corset of the kind at One Dollar.
flef'Jfr-tr DOUGLASS*.
Rake attua<tioxs
FOR THE LADIES,
AT CH. RUPPERTS, 403 7th ?tr#et ?.?.
Now 'n store a mavmiicent stork of new and bean
'ifiil Styles Emproidered Sli^i-era, S;ij.|*er Oast#
?'d Cushions. handsome desuua. Fancy Worsted
Work and Knitte-t Goods of all descriptions. Com
plete outfit for Infante. Fine assortment of Mac
.-sine Thread and Point Laoe Truninm*. Berlin
Xtphyrs, (ierman and AruetHUTi Kii.itimr Yarn
Germantown wool, the 1 quality and ?rood weight
it the lowest prices, and the most attractive stock of
Bul iiay Gootls to by found iii the < :tv Dont i-.-wet
che name and place. Cli RrPPERT,
403 7th ttrcet *.??.
Braxch SronE novV)-:?t?
I ABIES WlflTEB ltOOTN.
. VERMILYA is seilm-r Ladios Buttoned BOOTS,
9f Lib own make, al $6.0Q.
The best in the city for tiie money
nov5fi.tr ft lit yth stvft, opp. Patent Office.
HOUSEFTjRNISHINGS.
^TTK ACTIVE ?OOI?S
AT
ATTRACT! VB PMC**.
A flue CHAMBER SET at ?'/ W
A fine Decorated CHAMBER SET at t3.CC.
A fine CHINA TEA SET at ??.0C
m j*. n -* - ? *"??* * ?? - ?
a uiic xsocurniea uiii > a i tA BET at JIO.OU.
The above are only a few of the barvain& wiiio.b we
jffer to the public.
Call acd examine oar stock and yon cannot fall to
co away pleaaed.
SCHAEFER'S,
nov6-ly IOIS 7th str**t
" coal and wood.
QOAL AND WOOD.
ROW 18 THE TIM* TO BUT.
Call at our wharves, foot of 7th ?t,.?jid aee (or
yourself. GOAL constantly arriving. WOOD of all
Kinds. Lartre stock and fair prioes.
Bole manufacturers of Stephnnson'a Patent Bandied
KINDLING WOOD. The only Kindlin* Wood
iavln* a Fin Ti-1Chlt*'' with every bundle.
STEPHENSON & BRO.,
Heventh Street Wharf.
Branch Offloe. 12th and Penn'a ave. eep:*>-tr
C^OAJLm WOOD.
J JOHNSON BROTHERS.
WOOD. Telephonic Ookkbtiiokb. 00 AL
PULL WEIGHT.
GOAL. BEST QUALITY WOOD.
LOW PRICES.
WOOD. PROMPT DELIVER IBS. COAL
Main offloe, wharves, mil! and depot connected with
up town offices by telethons.
With unequaled facilities and advantage* for economically
ooi;duct.ru? the wood and coal trad?,
wharves, factory, extensive store yards enabling us
o stock up largely when coal is lowest; offlcw*
throughout the city, and all in immediate communication,
insuring prom pt attention to orders, we are
prepared to ofler to our patron* the beat varieUei cf
ooal at the very lowest prices.
Remember, we insure a Btrictly pare coal, of 2,341
pound* to the ton.
JOHNSON BROTHERS.
Halo oflloe, mill ani depot, foot of 12th. 13th and
F -ta. a-w. Omoee: 12u2 P st n. w.; 1112 tfui st n.w. j
lt!8 7th at. n. w.; and 221 Pa ave. s.e. JylS-tr
THE TRADES.
Bnoonn.
The public is respeotfoUy UiJ-jTrasd that th?
LYOETT BOOKBINDERY
* tarried on as heretofore. Tue same exo?Hen?
workmen are employed, and the work turuoi out
viil be in the superior style which L? always beou ?
haracteristic of the establishment.
aps iy 2019 PeaMvInmfci am., 8d floor.
PLBSOIi BBOTIIEltS.
VJ Pbaotioai, Book and Job PniKraa,
f019 Pennsylvania ave.. Waahiiwtou, D. 0
V* Fin* Pr.ntln* ? Specialty UnlB lT
H'HI IT IS TO YOI K ADVA.\TA?E.
YOU SAVE FULLY TWENTY PER CENT
YOU GET JUST WHAT YOU WANT.
YUl CAN HELEOT YOITK GOODS WH^IiE YOU
ARE BEriX SUITED.
i'OU PAY ONLY WHOLESALE RATES FOB
MAKING AND TRIMMING.
YOO RUN NO BISK. AS THE MONEY YOD
PAY FOR GOODS, MAKING AND TKIMMING
IS ltEFUNDED TO YoD IN
CASE THEY DO NOT FIT.
OONSrDEK FOR YOUR8ELVES THE IMPOR T
ANCE OF THIS MODE IN GETTING
YODB GARMENTS MADE.
JOHN M. EfiSLEK,
Abtist Tulob,
1 ill Pennsylvania are.
W. o. MERTZ, Manager. novl<Hm
town on TmalMowB road, offer* the beetJf
of inducements for wintering Horaea *t thelLQ
low price of <10 per month. First-due
tables, with box aUIl for evecyborsa. Twe feeds
rTHE CI TIL SERVICE," AH EIGHT PAGE
X WEEKLY, publishing exclusively Depart
ment News. Promotions, Appointment*, Official
Personalities, fcc., will.be issued January 15th.
Price, SI ill months lloi Pen a*. Ave decSBtr
OBWMDJ^ CLOTHIBCk-Thi only pbum
Mn|?n aft m It BbimI
assays,ass- m??zaw
BUSINESS CHANCES.
I/- h h\!.K ? hi:vr iumno haumn i.i
j I i 1 NSK. Ap] 1> It*" tthntTS-^ ?! *r
Q4 * ??i IN H AMI. TO l.i'A\ ON rilk> H : \Vl
V 1. t-latr <:r:i v
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Ai'fji" ?i F inm.\
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. \ f 1U,<N<0 lub'if lin >?.? a'll* I I 'AKTN f.!l
? th Mi <-4i tal lo?.M m K.Kianl Hull a:: I ?' >?
, ?<rt (Uru?>n : i - cfaanftt ftr-l > ?"
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wli 'CAsH WII.L hi (tlx i\ H>K A in)si:iu\
m iHir of the l^ri fc:ii!.in;<, |.\ 14 _\ >nrvr mi* *
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L^OKtiALII Mock an<l I t1 ? if a QKiiOKtIV
I otrMr of 4th at it Fai* Caj'i'ol (< . an oM Muni,
with an extal>l>hi .1 tra<ir I'n>uti> i n ?n?l!ttitr
?M>t | jstiM fstft ! PEI'I K. At Oo
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V tirntr'af* improved oitj iva! otate TYLKtft A
M TBKKlX)Hn. (ivn.rai Itistt ratio* W. til* an?l
I'roker*. Nii tvJf T *tri<??t ti w 'anlA fit*
Q-J.M-O AT * PI!: ?1 NT.fAHt. * m<i. ?|'M itnl
?? ?f.O|i at l?l 11T r??t,t . t.> LOAN on lira'. I -tat.lllAl'.LKS
V HANDY Hoal F.*t*t? Air-Tit
l*IWI M9 .tli ?t ii ?r
pO LOAN
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At ' and s )?r cvut
K O IIOLTZM * V
atil.i tr l<U)i *11.1 r'Mto n ?
h't'U The STOCK embraced in ?b' 11?-k
i S;at ' nrty H.orf. N ylUKlli f.?
s? :il? d bid* w! 1 l?e n- e;xed TWrBfor tint'l Nitur
> a> i.o^n, -In!mrj l*<t!l. h"!1. Bid* are mviu- 1 f *
tin' dittreiitivk in or fi>r the eiit:r<* at-n-k at *
I rcmt ui?>u tiie u< t com of tbe Amoiin'
ot nrhotleitd aiul iiiit'1,> r of aex nrilur <lv'>rr?'l
? aj ment? nlouM l>e -;t?iod :r. tli* h i Addrx>?? J
M \ ALK. 114'.' "Ill M. ti iilld e'ix'r?t
o|f "ltut foj Sto'e." ianlS--tt
J )EATH ANli TAXES'
B"tb railHt In1 Krt W>I'.I I >:ivnfr.>ui l(M i 1% l?.?r
nt on str?vt tn\**h. Ji MiKM'ii> r<?Al 0*<*?:
l*ii ad dc'iy, ?bilbcr h'lin *n> re* iwil ??? bo'.
*~i I Lft ia)|oirtaut information winch will r.??<
| nothmtr. and max rave many a dollar. Mil IVnu'a
|a\ttitie. ami 2t?S 4 -trees
PETER (MMPBKLI
BxS KHI xNI> BrMi ! I'.
j : 2w 14<11*a axe . . Sew Oorv.ira'i Bui: IV>
ithitbd >i inn bokm
l"nitf l stat?? IV ur Per Cent Bond* for nfcle at
! low?*-t ratr*. Cash tor Called ar.d "ther tiond*, full
Ilk rt -t uud i?n tir.imi
PETER CAMl'BFI.L.
Banker ami Itroker. 14.i' IV axe .
tu*ilT lm lK-t ANillarii'"" ant Treasury *
L'Olx SA1.L Ai a Bargain An F "vanl XKW
r HOI HE. witlrn a bw <!< < rp .'f 12tli an I N
us 11 roniiiN. ba< k buildinir. cellar and ai! iii.vierii
itiipro\eiiH nt-*. i *7,inhi it-rnir to ait it A|?;?!y
i t?. r A &l. ISTlUE.Beul Estate Brokt r.91? F hi
ii.w iatiKi lin
i " KKA'i BAliGAlNN.
l l FOB HALE.
A very nrotty two-story and t>n-^?uu?nt briek
hou?\ Uavui?r eikrht ranire. latrulm. and in
?.x?uj'ie4e order, for i*2.:h"i c?li; balauoo lu
monthly ui^talnieiitt of at h t^r <vnt. Al?>,
two-story mid back bviidintr, pr"*# brick front
hoii^e, of eitflit l>nth, hot and cold wnte*. an.l
m trood ordar. for Mtnall cauli pt)iui'iit, and
balance in monthly instalments. Pn>i?rt) located
! ou H njrwet, between 11th and PJth *t? n w Alno,
1 wxeral otherrhea|>bouse*. cent rally lo-ab?i. fr.ias
j $: '.." <?? to ?6,0iH). a U*t of whi. li v. ill be hIi.jwh at uiy
; ottice.
Arrly to W E miKFORD.
d?x-2!-tr It.'ul rotate Broker. 7i n E nt. n w
LMK KAI.E-Ata Bargus- S.'\?ral tiiie HOD8E9
1 in Wf*t end ; cal! at my oftioe and n?e list Also
money to loan. J O. HOL.SE. 172S Pennay'vaina
axe. d<v21-tr
F""OR HALE?Must be pil-l at a SinTitii* ANioely
Fitted I'ji DHl'U STOKE, in a :hr v mir town in
Y:rvmia. For full particulars addr>xMi W U N . 69
Olicxx nt., Baltimore. deol4
C*:K?.tWU TO LOAN
V
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WATCHES. DIAMONDS. <fco..
Ai P WALLACHTJ.
1417 PEKSOTlTMlIi AX'f VUK.
decl2-llt) Near WiUirdV H ?tol
^ 1'MMU AND iJ.^v oN 4+<H>I? LEAL ESTATE
0 at * pur cent.. ?2"0 a: K: p -r cent.
novl9-?r K BrUFOKD. V? F st.
EDUCATIONAL.
| NVTKI CTloX IN Sl'AMsll. Day ? i I Kv. mi*
1 I>*fio?-. 1221 fitta ?t. n.w i|i> itn*
Dli^FfilOX HIDAM H I.UM a v wil niw ?
i 4 m'Iih in cia^-.-Mir private. Apply furt.-rai?. at
r idi-iio' h'.1*) lmli M. ii w. mulO i-idt*
/ OAM-ltVATOHV ??K I
\ :?.S A HI UEI T Koktbkj m
Pi:OF. 8CHAKIT ami CUV I'll PALMONI "1
TEAC1IKKS
Rfs4;r>fv and InufrsonatiOLts by CBVPTI PVL
MONl. ijttcM liu
K~" IKUEBOAKTEN NORMAL (KHTtTUHC, '
Mixiel Kindnrirartens ai' I Advanced
Mas LOriSE POLLOCK, 92? bth fit. and Ml#
Sl'SIE POLLOCK, 1127 lttth fit. n.w., Prinoioala. I
Daf ai:d Evening ciasfi.s for Lauies. <1eo?>-2uj* '
Vll?w B. C OK A V ES,< Successor to Mum A 1>.
ill Merrill and Miss B. C. Graves), aw- sUtl ';> a
omi*-t?-iit corps of teachers, will re>o|?en her SwI^cf
Hchool ami Kindergarten for Boys and Girls SEPTEMBEB
18, at koO lbth stre?st. corner of H. French
*nd German without extra chatve. The Normal
tra'ninir ('lane will l<etrin October 15. For particulars
address the Principal. declnlm
E-KENcH I .A NO U AG E. ? pVof essor H MAHMON
F wives private lessons in FRENCH at hi* own
residence. No. 2113 Pennsylvania avenue, or at that
of hid pupils. Familiar Conversation, Readnure.
and Oral Grammatical Dictations form the basis "f
hm instruction. novlt-ta
ADEMOiaELLK^PHr^rUOMMEb FKKNOH
Begikkxrs-Iktkbmf.ihatb-Advanced
Residence?lt>14 lith fit n w. |
Classes for yonnir Ladies and Children are oon
nected with food Kmrlish schools. I
Morning. Afternoon and Even n* Classes for Ladie*.
Ladies and (rcntiemen. Boys and Girla. Private
lesson* if preferred.
N. B ?A rood pronunciation (ParisiaM anl tm?
use of practical conversation rapidly ai^juired UT
pupils. The oral system a *i>eciaUy.
A new Term will commence January 6th. hut Panils
can enter at any tune and will only be chanted
j from the tune they enter.
Tablk Boabi>?French Hpoefn at Meals
Call any day between 12 and 1 o'clock, or M.'iidcyt
and Thursdays after ? p. m d?r4 4m
S~PENCEKIAN BT81 NESS COLL KG K.
Corner 7th and L streets n w. Established 1964
Its hundreds of KTaduates, men and women, are
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uuiuuiK pooiuous oi triiKi and profit Ttie course I
embraces I'eiimanKhip, HjM'lliriK. Comiw t;on, Oor- 1
rt**|?ondenoe, Buttiiiesq Calculations, Sintrle and I
Double Entry Book-keeping, BuKinews Practice, 1
(' uimercial Law, Political Economy, Business J
Etbics and Lectures. Entire con rue may tie corn 1
pit-ted attend in* day or eveninv sessions. For t>ar- I
ticulars visit the Oo&eim, or alarem I
liovJJo U. c. SPENCER, Principal. I
PRIVATELY OB IN 0LAH8.-LXto. MaUM- 1
matics, Rhetorics Loine. Arithmetic amplified. I
West Foint, Amia;?>ns or Collegiate propa.-ation I
Terms moderate. 8. W. FLYN V A. M , 1227 L St '
n. w. C*li l?efore 11 a. m.; after 4 p. m. sejlH-U
M APLEWOOD INHTITUTfc. 0 MONMfHk M
Pa.?Boys, f 19 j>er quarter -Girls. $46 Students V
prepared for business, Vale or Harvard College In
4ructors &n>t-o!**s
fetfrMy J. SHOBTLIDGK. A M Pr.nrlpa' . -M
FAMILY SUPPLIES. 1
?> LBS. <iO<)D CHEESE * 1
?) Bf-st N. Y. BUrKWMEAT, i>er 11. ? 1
Nice BRIGHT 8YKI P. j?t ?allon 5? M
11 *>ttl?* Fine Old WHISK V g
U-: . mUft SWtKT OlIlEK ? V
' WESTERN SHOULDER BA< ON. I b 4
BOX FI.ESS HAMS, suvar cured. i? r lb...... 7
Bert SUGAR CIKED SHOULDERS. |>er lb 6
3 pounds best 81'GAR CORN '? * fl
1 isi'on NEW ORLEANS MOLAS.SEs. fancy Cm
RICE FLOt KiltV Kl:|{ g FARINA. I
PUESSED now II
c. S. O'HARE ? SON, II
1X13 tlrvnth Sf n.w.f 'I
an 10tr Bet *>*?? M and N m
20() BAKllELS I
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revived cider. I
In Store and to amve I
The best CIDER In the D.ctr.ct H
For sale at low prices bj H
SAM'L 0. PALMER. fl
67 tr r* . ??' if., Ororgrtmm, D. O. I
N. B.-CIDEli in S-Ka^on fc?*s. Im and spl*? fl
loaned. No chartre lor delivery. def9-tr_
i rpH? PALACE KABHET. ^ I
Corner 14 th mt. mm* Hew Tor* *m. fl
FRANK J. TIBBET8. Proprietor.
The finest Norfolk OYSTERS, frostily ibvM. M
AU kinds of FRE8H FISH, QtTAIL, _ f
OANVA8 BACK DUCKS, PHEA8
ANTS, WILD TURK EY8.?iiladeli>hia
POULTRY. Tenderloins of BEEF, H
Southdown MUTTON .Stall-fed Btief,-1
and all kinds erf Meats, F ruito, Fiah. Gams and Ye?
e tables
Orders for Dinner Parties filled at abort notloe.
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^WENTIETH STREET MARKET. I
730 TWENTIETH STREET. H
TURKEYS.CHICKENS, DUCKS.allkind FRESH I
FISH, OYSTERSjGAME, BEEF VEN-^
DERLOINS, SWEET BREADS. TERRAa
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All kind egeUblea, at market pries*.
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jnapt ?M; 0? and 690 Oenter Marto'flH
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