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I EDUCATIONAL.
T)BOF. J. MAX MI EXLEH. DireotoTof
\r . Jl Music, Ht. John's Episcopal Clr.uch, Teacher
'? of Piano. Orwar. mad Vocal Music, fee-, will remove
tol2C91.th s'reet north went. dee31-lm*
d 1AP1TOL 1I1LL SCHOOLV
Mr OiiAVKH uiil re-opon his S hool MONI'AY.
Jar ran 3d. 18*1, in McCauleyV Hi!l. 209
Perinsyivai ia a\e southeast. deeSO-lm
PKIVATKLY, OH IN CLASS-Mathematics,
Lann, On eh. French. German and English,
bpecial attenion to preparation for O.j'lea-e. West
Point, Annai and ail competitive examinations.
Terms in i.itv ee
d2M P. W. FLYNN. A.M., 702 5th st. nrrrthweot.
*TOV. 17. lhw;. Prof, and Mrs L. E 0 COL1"
LIERfc'H residence and private School for
boys is remov?d to 1538 I street northwest. "Les
Bone in the French La*rua^e." dec4-3m
r'HOEWL inwTITI'TK A*D KitI'hBGAK'l
KN ? Mi*? Scbie Pollock, a uraduatecf
the Kiridertrarten Normal Institute. Berlin,
Prussia, (hanry had ten year*' ex; ri?:.o<' in schools I
* of Bost< n ar.d W??hiij?rt. >u), and Mien Uatuakink !
NOERB, whi t?!? ta.gut with Mis* Pollock during j
the ra?t five >?-ars, principals. Edi ration thor- 1
on^rli in all oep r'niM td. Pupils receive every at- I
tuition, inciorti: k specia adaptation to in livuiual
i.eeds, ai.d C' nstant si:pervision evtn at p!ay.
t aily irt-tmctiorj in Or roan free Pa; ill entered
at any tin;e. Ti-rr.js moderate. Normal c!:*.-t* for
.adii-e. Visitors co;?..?lly invited- 1127 i:'th st.
northwest. decli-t, th&slm
JE. SCI tfefcL. Teacher of PIANO. OliGAN
and Vm -L MUSIC Pvticolir jti-nBoii to
beginners, a<> ?eU as those *"!8binn to be ouatlfied
for Teachers Term* moderate J 215 3 street
t northwest- noviJO eo2m*
MLLJu V. ri?n> 'HOI UPVN Frenoh
c'uF.-es b-vinnens Intermeciat**, Advanced.
New term November 29th Pupil? eia> f?rd ?t any
time, atl or- y c! ?r,nHl from date of ratrance.
Class h;<u.-s -<i?;.?ble toa.1. Terms ni;>l>>rate. frl
vate le?-s?r. t* n -t^eired OaJl at 91? Mi' st.. between
TJ n.'. t: 1 1 i ru. . Mondijn aiid Thursdays. b<jItwren
4x a. 1* p m nov!7
qpiIK 4KHAKS.-A home S^n :OLfor Yonnji
X Ladies anr. I.ittie Oirls, is s.tnuted on the
Heights of Georgetown, aad is very scce?>8ible to
Washing -n. TV.e uToands are extensive and the
location i? her tlifnl and beautiful. For circulars
apply to the VirfM EAKLtt, corner Kaveiteand
^ ?th ete . Geo?v. town, D.C. no*li>-2m
T1TT. vawon seminauF ~
111 BO/JEtuING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YoONG i^aSiES.
1100 M Hi- N.W.
For frrtier information addre?s
octlC-Un. Mrs. J E. 8QMV.SS, PrUiC.pal
MIf?S ;??n??HHE'S BOABKIS.. AN'I> OAi
scH'.M3i. fok youno ladi::s, at t-? as
t. n.w. Oiar-.-is for advanced pnpila in Art and
Literatnrt; ai> >. in Ancient aad MiXj^m Uaaimage*.
oct7-;im
CP*aCEH!4JI BI SIHEH9 COLLSUE,
j? comer or 7tii and L sts u w.?Tlas Institution
, |I has a pro$.-re?w>: ?e and suooc'ssfai eipsru ace of It!
years. It educates yountr men an J *imeu for asefninem
and <"-if-6ai>port. Its ifratiutit^ s^nre
positions of trust and profit. Course of study and
training oon.^ r ?s th* fcKlUh Lau^ua>re. Builnese
Arittmeiic. dt-encerlaE Practical Peniiian?'alp,
Bookkeeping, oy ilujr'.e and double e,icy, adai'ted
to every variety of basinets: EJocnt'on and Loctnree.
Day and Evenimr Sasttone Kor information
and termt. call at the Oolle?ra or address EIKNBY
C hPKNC.li. Principal au^lB
npHE AtU Hfcll WSTITi rft, WASHJ.
ISOTON. D C.
For circalarc a ldreai Mra. M B ABCHXB. 1?Q1
Mase. avenue, '^asblmrton; D- C iri<-ly
Plto* . laKHOUIE, 7:is 12th s:.m *. oaove
French Ii-vtructor and Llmmist, uradcate of
Boroonne Cr. 7rrr.ty. Pars Frei<-;-, taught as
. > spoken by e!?vant and highly educated Parisian
0 society. Metbf d easiest. sep?
STEAMERS, Ac.
JfOB ?*OTOaiAC BIVEB LAIiVItVUS.
BTEAMEB TII0MP80S,
'Jsrt John R. Wood.bnL't r jpress!?
for the Potrr .ac liiver bus'. ; ess, Pr^rWiHwn
leaves 6th eti et wharf every MON-1DAY.
THl iiri ,\Y and HATCHWAY, at 7 o'cl-^ck
mjn., making tne principal landings m the river.
Fare and frel^ut* at lowest rates.
_ O B. LOViiLL. President,
j ccUS Sm 1416 F street.
J, rilHE BTEiflEB A lilt OW SMITH
' JL Will leave . oioioao Ferry Co _u " ?.
Wharf, foot of tih street, st 7 o'clock TiTlTlIMM
ft. m . e\ery
BU5DAY. TUESDAY AMD THURSDAY.
For aH the POl oMAC Bl\ KB LASDISOS as fai
as Leonardt .?i and Nomlnl; rettirulr* MONDAY
WXDKIUDAV and FRIDAY.
Tare ltd Fre>ht at lowest rites.
lylB ly F. i. STONE, Panm.
j^OlUOLH ARD rOUTli?Sa HOK1IU1
BTEAJHKR JAMB MOHELHY,
tAHH* JAMES T. BAURLxt.
m M Flrtt-elass tur?, il . Bound trip. _ ^
? " 5180 Hecond < !sss farw. 75 RnniH trip,
SI. Leave 6th-st. wh- *
DAYS, WED.v e -IDAYS and FBIDAY8, at S o'clock
p.m. Leaves No-folk alternate days at 4 p.m.,stopping
at Alexandria Ptnej Point, Pc'.nt Lookout
and Fort Slucr.*, Va., Kolnir and returning.
ST SAY tRS FOB NEW YOUK.
Steanii-:.:!^ j' >UN OIBSON and E. C. KNIGHT,
Pier 41, Eastt.ver, N.Y-, bAi?J,-.i>Ai8,at4p.m.,
Qeonfetown a; 7 a.m. FRIDAYS. For freight
rates apt ly to R P. A. DENHAM, Agt.. 63 Watei
i kt.j Georvetown.
7 . Tickets. Btateroomi, Ac-, fro to General Office.
J j 1416 F st n-w., cearWlllard'sHotel.
* *P3? O. S LOVELL, President
VOBTH ?.bl<MAJ LLOVH?Btiamheh
1.^ Lx>a Bktwkkii Maw Yobk. Ha vac. LondosSOCTHAM
P'XOH AND Bp.IYIN.
The steamers of this oonrpany will sail every Sat
nr Jay from Premeu Pier, foot of 3d street. Ho bo ken
Rates of ia**a*reFrom New York to Havre, Loadon.
Southampton and Bremen, first cabin. $30.
second cabin. $60isteeratre. #S0; prepaid btceraat
certificates, ?2s. For freight or pasaa^e apply to
OELBIC1IS A CO., a BowllnnOreenTNiwYork
W. O. METZlKOTT * CO.. W8 It. aye., A^enti
for Washlnirton. ansr37
, 4 GLIDE'S XEW EXPRESS LUIE
\>y VS B*TWKKM
V WASHINGTON. GEORGETOWN, ALEXANDRIA
I AND PHILADELPHIA.
I Oomr*CTTwa at Peilabiifqu with Cnro***
I Lms fob Naw Yobk. Bobtos, PEOviDKuaa.
I Fan, Riven, and ail Poena eh xh> Nr>
I Kssland 8taxzs.
f Through bills of lading riven
_ SAILING DAYS.
I Prom Wsahliurton?Mondays, at 6 p.m.
I From Philadelphia?Saturdays, at 10 a.m.
Freight received dally until 6p.m. Georgetown
roods received and delivered st Washington.
Wharf, foot of 12th street.
WILLIAM P. CLYDE ft CO., General Mansjrers.
12Bouth Wharves. Philadelphia; J. H J0HN80S
J *CO , Agents. 12th-st. wharf audiaoa W st. n.w.,
' / Washington. augOT
CUHAAD LXIVK.
Nonci.
LAN a ROOT a.
THE CT7HABD STEAMSHIP OOMPANY LIU_
_ I TED.
Between H?w York sadLlvirpool, Calllag
at Cork Harbor.
FROM PIER 40, H. R.. NEW YORK.
Parthia Wed., 6 Jan. Bothnia...Wed.. 2 Feb.
Scythia Wed.. 12 Jan. Parthia Wed .9 Feb.
Beta via Wed..l9 Jan A!*reria...Wed..l6 Feb.
GaUla Wed .26 Jan Batavia .. Wod.,23 Feb.
And every Wednesday from New Fork.
hates or vabsaqb.
60. $80,91(X) gold, according to aooommodattonaTickets
to Paris, f 16 gold additional.
. Return tickets on favorable terms.
# J Bteerage at very low rates. Steeraae tickets from
Liverpool and Queenstown. and all other parts of
Europe, at lowest rate*.
Through blili. of laden riven for Belfast. Glasgow.
Havre. Antwerp and other ports on the Continent,
and for Mediterranean ports.
For freight and i assays apply at the Company**
office. No. 4 Bowlinr Green, or both steerage and
cabin to OTIS BIGELOW k 00 . 605 7th street
Washington. D C.
soar YEB3QN H. BROWN ft PP.. W.Y
NEW 1" OHK-HOTTE It I> A.H.
The first-class steamers of this line?"Amsterdam."
"W. A Hcholten,** Rotterdam." "P. OalaEd."
Schiedam" and "Masu"?carrying the O.
S Mall to the Netherlands, leave Watson's Stores.
Brooklyn, mralariy on WEDNESDAYS. First
Cabin?$60. ?7<'; hiecond Cabin?$45. $50: Steeri
> ic. H C.AiACX. General Agent. 27 South
? William street New York. For passan* apply to
'i W G. METZEROTT ft CO., 925 Pennsylvania
I avenue. Washington. or F. H JOHNSON, Agent,
I National Safe Dei>osit Building, corner NewYori
avenue and 15th street northwest. aug7
^EllATOUS, "
MEMBERS OF CONQRE8S.
AND OTHERS.
VOB THB
fINEST MADE GARMENTS,
PLACE Y0UB 0RD1R8 WITH
'Y ?KO. T. KEEK.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
decg-lm Wo. $14 flth street iorthw?st
CEAL SACtt( E$. SILK CIBCI LABS,
t? SILK DOLMANS, LADIES' FCB CAPS,
NOVELTIES IN COLLARETTES AND MUFFS,
OtJITS FUR CAPS. COLLARS and GLOVES.
LADIES' ASD MISSES* DEBBY HATS.
FUB ROBES. TRAVELING BLANKETS.
GENT'S LINED DOGSKIN GLOVES.
JANES I, DAVIS* SOUS.
decT-lm Ml P?aaa. Aw.
J^INLAP A CO.
LATEST STYLES OF M
f SILK. DERBY, SOFT. AND OPERA
HAT a,
JAMES T. DAVIS' SONS..
dec7-im SSI PsaasylTanla sts.
JUST RECEIVED TWO CABS PRAIRIE HAY,
and for Bale in quantities to suit. A fine article for
f"1 ^reiodeal'^ea ^ DOt ,up Jrtor to and a
I W. H TENNEY ft SONS,
\ Wholesale Defers In Flour, Grain, Hay and Feed,
1 _dec3-ly Georgetown. P.O.
I CKCOND 11A WD CLOTHIKU.
I ^ATS. BOOTS, SHOES, WATCHES. PISTOLS.
Pjn be disposed of at the very highest cash prices
4. or. M. WALSKEY, 901 E street, corner
fl northwest, order* by mail wlll be
AUCTION SALES.
TO-MORROW. ~
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE 80- - PRKME
COURT, of the District of Oolumbia
rassel in Equity Cause No. 6568,^^.
I Bhali pell at public auction upon the prewi?ee. on
WEDNESDAY, the 6th dayof jan^r^issi?
at 3 o'ci.ock p m.. a 1 that certain real estate
lying in theConnty of Wa?hlnBton. In the District
of Columbia, known and designated as lot numbered
thirty fix (36), in a certain subdivision of a
tract of land known as "Metropolis View," the said
lotc;i5t?1niii?r twfnty-one(21) acres, fronting on
turtle avenue and bein.r improved by a small tenement
house. 11'? Metro .olltin Branch of the
Baltimore & Ohio U.K. passes through all this land,
station within five minutes %&lk. There are several
fine bnildinsr sites cn the property, and it is
well adapted for tuu-iner residenc s or for irardeniijK
purposes
TeniiB of ss!-?: One-third cash, and the balance
in e?]val inMallirc t?, payable in one and two
year* resjwcti vely, evidenced by ihe note* of the
n.rcbat-er. Ix'ani'K ii.terest and secured by deed
of trust iu>od the proj erty. or all cash ?t the option
of the purchaser. a deposit of $100 will bare
quired &t the time "f sale. Conveyancing and rec
rdintr at the cost of the purchasor, and If the
tera-s of Kale are not c nnrlied with UTTive days,
the nniiersiKi en re%*rves the riuht to r??eli at the
ilea una Ctiit r.f the di-faultinir purchaser.
J.ANIiOU'H BARTON. Trustee,
_ ' ??> N. Calvert st., Baltimore. Md.
DUNCANBON liHOt).. Aacts. dec24-d
rjlHOMAS BOWLING, Auctioneer.
CHANCERY PALE OF""IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED
PROPERTY ON THE E\ST S'DS
O* IKE bEYFNTH STREET TURNPIKE.
,,(nTAKD UNIVERSITY, BS
TRUMBULL bTREET AND HOVY
ARn A\ i NI K.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme '
Court, of the district cf Columbia, passed fZm
the 9th dnv of Jtnnary. 18.H0, tn EnnityJCUL
t<au?p No. G.3(4, wherein Oliver B. M.^irrudsr la
>311 plsinant, and .Jrhn W. Bt*sllet al. Gefemlaats,
the undersigned tn.siee will soil at at 4 o'clock
p 5'.. on 5th 1?ay of.Iakuasy, 1881, the f>l load ug
ie: ?,rilod property. i:? parceis, according to plat
tiled iu the csnse, viz: a^l ihit part of
? tract cf land iri Washington county, in the
L':Ptrict < { Columbia, known a? Mount l'l?asai t,
srd brink.- a purr of lit No. three (3), in
tlje div>ion of eaid tract, which w*s allotted
tu Land i'eter, saio pwt or parcel of land froniia*
on tLe extern boundary of the Seventh Street
Turn rite le*<iin< to Ik-ckville, and cjntaioiQ* one
square ncre of land, bounded on the north by W.
D. BeailV purchase, aid on the cmtti by that tract
sold to Aaron M. Oaltre 1, together with all improvements.
&o. Said property was subdivided
irto lots of 32 to 37 feet front, with a depth of 208
fe> t. One of said lots is improved by a large three
story brick dwelling and outhouse.
'Jermsof sale: One-third of the purchase money
cash In hand, and tfce remainder in three equal
instalments, payable it six, twelve and eighteen
months f roni the day of sale, the - aid deferred payments
bearing interest at the rate of e: x per cent per
annum fr< m date of sale. All conveyancing at
cost of purchaser. Taxes ti l?e paid by the
Trustee ont of the proceeds of sale A deposit of
850 on each lot required on day of sale. If the
terms of sale are not complied with in ten days the
Trustee reserves the ilaht to resell the property at
the risk and cost of tfce defaulting purcbajer.
dec20 d&tds HAitVEY L. PAGE. Trustee.
COAL AND WOOD.
CIOAL. WOOD. ri.ai.
/ AkTHl H B. SMITH
Has on aand and constaatly receiving the bestqual
ities of Coai and Wood. Particular atteaiiou .riven
to the delivery of Coal free from slate or dust. Orders
through mail rr telephone promptly fifed.
Main Office?14'13 5th at. n. w.
Branch Yard?Oil Siew York * . u.w.
(Thomas B. P?nick's old stand.) oct6 3ra
L. ^HEUIFP,
V?l? Duals* TS
COAL AND WOOD.
it every itrisiy.
'specia att-nt'.-ju nlrtm k> eyery ords?.
_. v . UM and 839 Pa. AT*.
Te.erhonio conne-'tiun.
&a-a aliiit. *nd N ttreeV Potomtt
Rlfcr. tpiW
ClOAL. WOOD.
) JOH1VSOIV BROTHERS.
WOCiD. Tblaphonic Oositkctions. GOAL.
Full Weiohi. Be#t Vuality, Loie Price?.
(JOAL- Prompt Deliveries. WOOD.
Main offloe, wharves, mill and depot connected
with up-vown offlcee by Telephone.
With uneqnaled facilities and advantages for economically
conducting the wood and coal trade,
wbaivee frctory, exU naive store yards enabling us
to stock up larKeet when coal la lowest; oiHceg
throiiKhont the city, and al! in immediate communication,
insurtiur prompt attention to orders, we
are prepared to offer to our patrons the best varieties
of coal at the very lowest prices.
We insure strictly pure coal, of 2,340 pounds
the ton. JOHIISOll BUOTUJSRS.
Mam office, Kill and depot, foot of 12th, 13th and
F sts. s.w Offices: 1202 P st. n.W.; 1112 8th st.
n-w ; 1438 7thst.n.w.: and 321 Pa. ave i.e. ol
RAILROADS.
BALTIMORE ANOFlO RAILROAD."
THE MODEL FAST LINE, AND THE ONLY LINE
between
THE EAST AND THE WEST, VIA WASHINGTON.
DOUBLE TRACK! JANNEY COUPLER! STEEL
RAIL!
SCHEDULE TO TAKE EFFECT WEDNESDAY,
DECEMBER 1. 1S80.
A. M. LEAVE WASHINGTON,
tl. 50? Chicago, Cincinnati and St. Louis Fast Express.
6 00? Baltimore, Eliicott City and way stations.
t6.40?Baltimore Express.
6.60? Baltimore, Annapolis, aud way. (Piedmont,
StrasburK, Winchtoter, Hagerstown and #ay.
via It (Jay.)
8 10?Point cf Rocks and way stations,
b 45? Staunton and Valley Express. (Connects
for Hairerstown and at Point of Boois for
Frederick )
9.00?New York. Philadelphia and Boston Express.
9.00?On Sunday only for Baltimore, Annapods
and way.
10.00? Baltimore Express. (Stops at Hyattsville,
College, Beltsviile, Laurel, Annapolis Junction,
Jessup'sand Hanover.)
tlO.*b?Pittsburgh, Chicago, Cincinnati and 8
Louis Express.
P. M.
12.RV-Baltimore, Eliicott City. Annapolis and Way
Stations.
i 1.25?On Sunday only, for Baltimore and way.
t2 05?Baltimore Express.
t2.35?New York, PhLL?de!pM* *nd B^^ton Express
3.30?Baltimore and Way Stations. (Winchester,
Frederick, H age re town and Way, via
Relay.)
*. 30?Baltimore, Hyattsville and Laurel Express.
(Frederick, via Relay. Stops at Annarolls
Junction.)
t4.45?Point or Rocks. Frederick, Hagerstown.
Winchester and Way Stations. (On Sunday
to Point of Rocks and Way Stations only.)
t4.40?Baltimore, Annapolis and Way Stations,
tfi.45?Philadelphia and Baltimore Express. (Martinsburg
and Way. via Relay. Stops at Hyattsville
and Laurel.)
8.05?Point of Rocks and Way Stations.
t6.45? Baltimore and Way Stations.
7.30? Baltimore and Laurel Express.
t8.50?Pittsburg. Cincinnati and St. Louis Express.
9.45? Baltimore, Hyattsville and Laurel Express.
tlO.OO?New York, Philadelphia and Boston ExBrern.
Bleeping Car to New York, and speoJ
Sleepinv Car to Philadelphia.
tDally. iSunday only. Other trains daily, except
Bunday.
All trains stop at Belay Station.
For further information apply at the Baltimore
and Ohio ticket offices, Washington Station, and
619 and 1351 Pennsylvania avenue, corner 14th
street, where orders will be taken for baggage to be
checked and received at any point in the city.
1881 PENNSraV?NIAROUTE 1881
TO THE NORTH. WEST AND SOUTHWEST.
Double Track, Steel Hails.
Splendid Sckn*bt. Maqvotcent Equipment.
IN EFFECT. JANUARY 8. 1881.
TRAINS LEAVE WASHINGTON, from Depot.
corner of Sixth and B streets, as follows:
For Pittsburg and the West, 8:00 a.m., daily, with
Sleeping Cars to Louisville and Chicago: 10:30
a.m dally, with Sleeping Cars from Harrlsburg
to Cincinnati, St. Louis and Chlcatro; 9:30 p m.
daily, with Palace Cars to Pittsburg.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
For Canandalgua, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara,
with Parlor Car to Watkina and the North, at
8:00a.m. dally, exceptSanday;9:30 p.m. daily,
except Saturday, with Palace Oars to Ganandalsrua
and Watklns.
For Williamsport, Lock Haven andElmira, at 10:30
a.m. dally, except Sunday.
For New York and the East. 8:00a.m., 10:30 a.m.,
2 30 and 10:00 p.m. On Sunday 2:30 and 10:00
p.m., limited express of Pullman Parlor Cars,
9 30 a m. dally, except Sunday.
For Brooklyn. N. Y.. all throuKh trains connect at
Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, affording
direct transfer to Fulton street. avoidIn*
double ferriage across New York city.
For Philadelphia, 8 00 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 2:30.
5:40 and 10-00 p.m. On Sunday, 2:30, 6:40
and 10:00 p.m. Limited Express, 9 30 a.m.
dally, except Sunday.
For Baltimore, 6 40. 8:00, 9:30, 10:30 a.m., and
2:30, 4:20, 4 :40. 5:40, 9:30 and 10:00 p. m. On
Bunday, 8 HK), 10.30 a.m., 2:30, 6:40. 9:30 and
10:00 p.m.
For Pope^s Creek Line, 6:40 a.m. and 4:40 p.m.
dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 6.40 a.m. and 4:40 p.m. dally, except
Sunday.
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBUR3 RAILWAY
AND ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON
RAILROAD.
For Alexandria, 7 00, 7-.20, 9:20, and 11:20 a.m.,
4:20, 6 00. 6:20, 8:00 and 11:30 p.m. On Sunday
at 7:00, 9:20. 11:00 and U:?> a.m. and 8:00
p m.
For Richmond and the Bonth, 7:00 and 11:00 a m.
dallj, and 5:00 p.m. dally, except Sunday.
Trains leave Alexandria for Washington, 6:00,8- 06,
and 10:00 a.m.; 1 ?0. 3:00, 6:00, 7:OOand9:l0
p.m.. and 13:00 midnight. On Sunday at 8:06.
and 10:00 a.m.; 7 00 and 9:05 p.m.
Tickets, information, sleeping and parlor oar aoccinmodations
can be procured at the offices, northeast
corner of 18th street and Pennsylvania avenue,
and at the depot, where orders can be left for the
checking of baggage to destination from hotels and
residences
L P. FARMER, General Passenger Agent.
FRANK THOMSON. General Manager. novM
THE TRADES.
DOOKBIKDING?The Ltcttt Bindkrt employ
D first class Workmen, and tarns ont superior
work. It is one of the oldest establishments In the
city 1013 Pa. ave.. 3d floor. ootl
AND JOB PRINTKB8.
1013 Penneylvanla ays., Washington. D O- _
WsMai a wwiitf. t>
OLD W1HJB AMD OLD FBmMiH are
known as the beet, so is JUSTH'S old stand
known foryearaas tho only place where first-class
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING can be sold at respectable
prices. Address or call at JUSTH'S Old
stand. No. 619 Dst., between 6thand 7thst. n.w.,
or Branch Store, No. 408 9th St.. between D and 1
sts. n.W- K- B.? Note by mail prompt^ attended
o. Una*
QEOORD-BAMD OLOTHUm BOUGHT
n and the highest cash prices pcld. Also, watches,
jewelry. Guns. Pistols, etc. Oall or address HER
naw?ttit..iuiih'in. HP*
AUCTION SALES.
j rpHOMAS DOW LI HQ. Auctioneer
CATALOGUE BALE OF THE PRIVATE
LIBRARY OF THE LATE Dn. J. . 8N0DGRA88,
AND OTHERS.
To be en'd at my auction-rooms, southwest
oorn?r Pennsylvania sve. and llth at , cm
Hunting on MONDAY EVENING, Jaicabt 10
iko), at half-past sevkn o'clock, and oontinu
inw at raae hour earh evening until all are Bold.
.1**4-fit THOMAS I OWLING. Anct.
GREVT PAttNBROKEK'H SALE OF GOLD
AND SILVER WATCHE?, JEWELRY. CUILERY.
HATED WARE, Ac , Ac.
I will se<l. at strre ltl4 Pennsylvania ave., Jfca,
corrnimcinif WEDNESDAY EVENING, Jan- #9fi|
vabt 6th, at 7 oVlock, a large collectlondNBK
?- i*WTied ?nd Forfeited Goods?Gold ana Sliver
W aU-bes Jewelry. Cut ery, Plated Ware, Guns,
Pn>tt>ls, Ac. Every lot to be sold and fuJly guaranteed.
MOSES JACOBS, Pawnbroker.
J?n4-?t JA8- GUILD. Anct
ALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF~TWO-HTORY FR*ME
DWELLING ANT) LOT Fi-UBTERN FEBT
'JEN AND A HALF INCHKH BY FIFTY
FEET: ALSO, TWO LOTS. EACH 8IXTEBN
BY FIFTY FEET. ADJOINING. ON SOUTH
SIPE OF W. BETWEEN TENTH AND
ELEVENTH STREETS NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a deed of t? ust dat:*! Decern- L,|i
ber 19th, J877, avd duty lvcorded in Liber
No. 874. folio 242, one of the land records
for tlie District of Columbia, and by the written
direction of the party secured thereby, we will s-li
?t public auciion. In froi.t of the premises, ou
HATURDAV, January Hth. 1881, at 4.j.0 p. m .
the follcmimr describe! real e^t?te, situate in the
city of Washington, in said District, to wit : Lots
C. D M;d E, in John O. Adauis' subdi vision of Lr>ts
Nos. 19 and 20, in mid Adams' subdivision of
Hqnare No. 331, h-> said subdivision of sad Lot*C, D
aid E is drly recorded 111 th-surveyor's office of
raid city, in Litn-r H, B, folio 217, together with
the improvements thereon.
Terms of sa!? : One-tbird cash: balance In six
and twelve month", wi'h iuterestat 7 per cent, to
be secured by purchaser's notes and a deed of trust
on rropertv sold. Cooveyancinsr aud recording at
purchaHer's co-t. Tiiis property will be sold separately
or as a n-hole, as may bo deemed best at
time of sale. 850 deposit required at time of s*le;
?i <1 terms of sale to be complied with in six days
from pale, elee Trustees reserve right to resell at
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser.
WM f HOLTZMAN, j _ Q.
, ARTHUR A BIRNEY, \ Trustees.
dfc27-d&dbs
rpHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES'SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY,
ON I STREET. BETWEEN TENTH ANli
ELEVENTH STREETS NORTHEAST.
, By virtue of a deed of trust, dated June * *
J . 1*11*' anJ dui>" rec-rded in laber 769, iff!?
Jo'1? 1?^. et seq., of the land records of-iuiM.
the District of (Columbia, and by the written direction
of the party secured thereby, we will sell, at
public auction, in front of the preml?es, on FRIDAY,
the 7th pay of Janoahy, 1881, at 4
0 clock p. m. , all that piece or parcel of ground
lvinw and being in Washington city. District of
Columbia, and known and described as part of Lot
X-1 (a),' in B(l"?re nine hundred aud fifty-seven
(957), being the west thirteen feot one-hilt inch
(13 X-12 ft.) by depth of one hundred feet (100 ft.)
of said lot, with all improvements. Said r?al estate
will be sold subject to all unpaid taxes, collector's
certificate of which will be exhibited at the sale
Terms: One-third of the purchase moaey in cash,
of which a deposit of 8fi0 must be made at the sale,
and the balance in two eqnal instalments, payable
in six and twelve mouths respectively, for which
the promisrory notes of the purchaser, dated on
the day of sale, and hearing interest from date at
the rate of six per centum per annum until paid, and
secured by a deed of trust on the property sold
muttbejriven or the whole purchise money tnay
be pa:d in cash, at the option of the purchaser. If
the terms of sale are not complied with within ten
days from the day cf sale the Trustees reserve the
riKht to resell said real estate at the risk and cr st of
the defaulting purchaser after five days' notice. All
conveyancing and recordimr at the expense of the
purchaser. O. B. CHURCH,* ?
dt c24-8t M. P. OALLAN, > TrnBt??8piTCH,
FOX ft BROWN, Real Estate Brokers
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
PROPEBTY ON CONNECTICUT AVENUE.
UETWEKN K AND L STitEETS.
By virtue of a deed of trust dated November
28th, A.D. 1873. and duly recorded in Liber
No 738, folio 359,et set].,one of the laud ? ?
ords for the District of Columbia,I will sell at pubho
auction. In front of the premises, on FRIDAY, the
14th Day of Jakuary, A.D. 1881, at 4 o'clock
P. M , the following described real estate, situated
in the city of Washington, District of Columbia, to
wit: Lot numbered nve (5.) in Shepherd's subdivision
of square numbered one hundred and sixtyfour
(im),as said subdivision is duly recorded upon
the bocks of the Surveyor's office of said city, iu
Liber H.D.C-, folio 21o,together with the improvements
thereon, consisting of a two-story basement
and mansard Brick Dwellinir.
Terms: The amount of indebtedness secured by
said deed of trust unpaid, with the exi<ense of sile,
in cash: and the ba:ance at twelve and eighteen
months, fir which the notes of the purchaser,
bearing interest from the day of sale aud secured
by a deed of trust on the property sold, shall be
thken. A deposit of two hundred (2 0) dollars
shall be required of the purchaser at the time of
sale AU conveyancing at cost of the purchaser.
If terms of sale are not complied with in seven
day*, the Trustee reserves the right to resell the
pr?. perty at the rifk and cost of ths defaulting purchaser,
after five days' advertisement.
JOHN W. THOMi-SON, Tru?t*e.
J T. COLD WELL. Auct. de24,28,31&ja4,7,l0 13
M?DICAL, Ac.
Madam de forest lit.s remedy for
Laoies. All female ccmp^amts quickly cured.
Can be consulted daily at 6u6 lOih street northwet-t.
Ottice hours from 1 to 9 p. m. dec30-lm
ATTENTION! ? Highly respectab o lady his
nicely furnished ROOMm, with tirst-clasa
BOARD, for ladies during illness Address 8ox 9,
fctar office. deciO 2w
MME. BLANCHE,OF PAlilS,FEMALE'S DOC"TRESS,
cures all compla.nta. A ppreia'ty,
Leucorrhua. 710 O st. northwest dec30 2*
CONSULT DR AND MADAME SELDiSN, Professors
of midwifery; over twenty years suooessful
i>ractice; board, nursing and sbiufal treatment;
for ledks only. No. 10 Barnet street, between
Lexintrton and 8araU>ga sts., near Charles,
Baltimore, Md. dec!3 3w*
DR. LEON, the oldest established and most reliable
LADIES' PHYSICIAN In the city, can be
consnlted daily at 455 Massachusetts ave., from a
to 4 and 6 to 8. All Female Complaints and Irregularities
quickly cured. Consultation free. Separate
rooms for patients. nov8-2m
EALTH IS WEALTH !-DR. E. O. WEST'S
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT: A
specific for Hysteria, Dizziness. Convulsions,
Nervous Headache, Mental Depression, Loss of
Memory, Spermatorrhoea, Impotency. Involuntary
Emissions, Premature Old Age, caused by overexertion,
self-abuse, or over-indulgence, which
leads to misery, decay and death. Oaebox will
cure recent cases. Each box contains one month's
treatment. One dollar a box, or six boxes for
nve dollars; sent by mail prepaid on receipt of
price. We guarantee six boxes to cure any case.
With each order received by us for Bix boxes,
accompanied with five dollars, we will send the
purchaser our written guarantee to return the
money if the treatment does not effect a cure.
Guarantees Issued by 8TOTT & CROMWELL, 480
Pennsylvania avenue, Washington, D. 0., Wholesale
and Retail Agents, to whom all orders should
be addressed. octl6-s.tu.th&k
ANHOOD RESTORED.-A victim of early imprudence,
causing nervous debility, premature
decay, etc.,having tried in vain every known remedy,
has discovered a simple means of self-cure,
which he will Bend free to his fellow-sufferers.
Address J. H. REEVE8.
oct7-eo&K *8 Chatham st.. N. S
CAJBD.?To all who are suffering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood. Sic., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, /rue of charge.
This great remedy was discovered by a missionary
In South America. Send a self-addressed envelope
to the Rev. JOSEPH T. INMaN, Station D, New
York City. oct9-eodftk6m
(J?60 REWARD?If Da. Bbothzbs fails to on rs
<P any case of Female Weakness, Irregularities
and Obstructions; thirty years' experience in
Washington. Office, 906 Bat. s. w-, opposite Smithsonian.
oct8-3tn*
IT MOT1-8 FRENCH POWDERS-Oertain
cure for Kidney Diseases. Gravel and all Urinary
Diseases, Nervous Debility, Seminal Weakness,
Impotency, Gleet, Scrofula. Syphilis and a]
Blood and Skin Diseases speedily cured. Gonorrhoea
cured In 48 hours. For sale by WM. B. ENTWISLE,
DruKglst, corner 13th st. and Pa. ave.
Price A3 per box, sent by mail under seal on receipt
or price. m&r4
ON8ULT DK. KOBEKTSON, every Wednesday
and Saturday, at his office, 456 C st. n. w., near
4* st.. from 2 to 9 p. m., who, with 15 years' experience.guarantees
a cure in all diseases of the Urinary
Organs, Nervous and Seminal Weakness,
Nocturnal Emissions, Impotency, &o. Gonorrhtea
or Syphilis, recently contracted, poeitively cured
n from 6 to 10 days. Consultation strictly private,
and separate offices for ladies. Refers to ths
'eadlng physicians of Baltimore. Main office, 19 8.
lutaw si. ' Baltimore. Charges moderate, mar'ifl
28TH
Popclab Monthly Dbawinq or thb
Commonwealth Distribution Co.,
AT MACAULEY'S THEATER.
In tbe City of Louisville, on
_ MONDAY, JANUABY ill, 1881.
These drawings occur monthly (Sundays excepted)
under provisions of an Act of the General Assembly
of Kentucky, incorporating tbe Newport
Printing and Newspaper Co., approved April 9.
1878
BTThH Is a Special act* and has sever
been repealed.
Xfie O. H. Circuit Court on March 31st rendered
the following decisions:
let-That the Commonwealth Distribution
Company Is legal,
d?Its drawings are fair.
The Oompany has now on hand a large reserve
fund- Bead carefully the list of prizes for ths
JARVABY DBAWINM.
1 prise $30,000 100prizee.fl00eatl0.000
1 prize 10,000 300 do.,?50 each. 10,000
1 prize 5,000 600 do., 30 each. 13,000
10 do., 81.000 ea 10,000 1,000do., 10each. 10.000
30 do., 600 ea 10.000
9 prizes, 8300 each, approximation prizes.. .$3,700
9 prizes, 300 each, approximation prizes... 1.800
9 prizes, 100 eaoh. approximation prises... 900
1,960 prizes 8113.400
Whole tickets, 83. Half tickets, 81.
37 tickets, 860. 66 UcketsTilOO.
Remit Money or Bank Draft In letter, or send by
Bxprese. DON'T SEND BY REGISTERED LETTER
OR POSTOFFICE ORDER. Orders of 86
and upward, by Express, can be sent at our expense
Address all orders to
It, M. BOABDNAH,
Courier-Journal Building, Louisville. Ky.. er
T J (10HHEBF0HD,
313 Broadway, Blew York.
J. W. OLABH,
1793 H.Y. awe. or 1488 Pa. awe*
Or to .T B. MAYNADIEB,
deel ?t>0 llth st, northwest.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
CUTICURA
Itching and Scaly Diseases. Scrofulow
llumor*, |!leers. Old Sores and Mercurial
Affections Cured vrhen
all otfeer human agencies fail.
1. Cuticura Resolvent purifies, strengthen!
and supports the system through the most critical
staa-es of blood, skin and scalp humors and disorders
of the liver, kidneys and urinary organs.
CrTicciiA, a medicinal jelly, arrests disease,
allays inflammation, itching and irritation, heals
ulcers and eats away dead sfcin and flesh.
3. Cuticura Medicinal Hoap, for the toilet,
bath and nursery, cleanses, soothes, refreshes and
beautifies the skin. Cuticura Shaving* Soap h
the only medicinal shaving soap.
Skin Humors, Milk Crust, Etc.
Skis hraoe.-Mrs. 8. E. Whipple, Decatur.
Mich., writes that her face, head aud some parts
of her body were almost raw. Head covered with
scabs and sores. Buffered fearfully, and tried
everythir g. Permanently cured by Cuticura
Hemecies.
Mile Crcst.?Mrs. Bowers, 143 Clinton street.
Cincinnati, speaks of her sister's child, who was
cured of inilk crust, which resisted all remedies foi
two years. JSowa fine, healthy boj, with a beautiful
head of hair.
Tettf.r of ihf Hands. ?Elizabeth Buckley,
Ii'tieton. N. H.. thankfully praises tue Cuticura
Ben.edies for acureof tetter of the hands, which
had rendered them almost useless to her.
Sra!d Head, Alopecia, Etc.
Scali> Ufad.?H. A. Raymond, auditor F. W.,
J. & H. R R . Jackson, Mich , was cured of scald
b? nd of nine years' duration by the Cuticura Remedies.
Falling of the Haib.?Frank A. Bean, Steam
Fire EcKine 6, Boston, was cured of alopecia or
falling c f the liair by the Cuticura Keaied es. which
completely iestored his hair when all said he would
lose it.
Dandruff ?Thomas Lee. 2276 Frankford Ave.,
Philadelphia, afllicted with dandruff which for
twenty years had covered his sc>lp with scales one
<iuurter of an inch in thickness, cured by the Cuticura
Remedies.
CenouRA Remedies are prepared by Weeks &
Potted, Chemists and Druggists, 360 Washington
street, Boston, and are for sale by all DruKirists.
Price of Cuticuba, a Mediciual Jelly, small boxes,
60 cents; large boxes, fil. Cuticura Resolvent,
the new Blood Purifier, 81 per bottle. Cutioctra
Medicinal Toilet Hoap, 25 cents. Cuticuba
Medicinal Shaving Soap, 16 cents; In bars, foi
Barbers and lar^e consumers, 60 cents.
IW~All mailed free on receipt of -pricesaivford's
RADICAL CUBE
FOR CATARRH.
One Bottle Radical Cure, One Box Catarrhal
Solrent and One Improved
Inhaler. Price for all, $]..
Is of marvellous efficacy for relieving violent attacks
of (sneezing, to which many are subject, for cleansin*
the Bead aud Nasal Passages when clogged with
offensive matter, for deodorizing and purifying the
breath, for rendering the Head clear, the Brain active,
the Breathing easy, and every sense ia a uiosl
grateful and soothed condition.
Beginning with the Nasal Passages, it cleanses,
deodorizes, soothes and heals. Itarrests tha forui
ation of putrid matter. It strikes at the very heart
of the disease. This done, its constitutional action
gradually and thoroughly removes from the blood
and circulating fluids the poison that has been
euckea up by the ab?o-bents from purulent mattei
which had dropped into the stomach and been inhaled
by the lungs.
AeL your druggist for Sanford's; Radical Ccbe.
General Agents*
WEEKS dt POTTER,
Boston.
COLIilNS'
Voltaic Electric Plasters.
Placed over the center of the nervous forces, the
pit of the stomach, they stimulate the Liver,
Stomach and Bowels, perfect Digestion, cure Dyspepsia,
Bilious Colic, Cramps and Pains, and prevent
Ague and Malarial Diseases. For Weak and
SoreLun^p, Palpitation of the Heart, Painful KidLeys,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia and Sciatica, they
are the befct rtinedy in the world. Ask for Collins'
Voltaic Electric Plasters. Oaly 25
cents. dec 39
tol.it hock and rye.
TOLU ROCK AND BYE.
TOLU ROCK AND RYE.
TOLU ROOK AND RYE.
[Trade-11. \ Secured. 1
THE GREAT APPETIZER. AND 8DRE CURE
FOR COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS. ASTHMA.
CONSUMPTION. AND ALL DI3EASBS
OF THE THROAT AND LUNGS
TOLU. The most acceptable preparation
TOLU.
TOLU. *
TOLU. known for Bronchial, Pectoral and
TOLU.
TOLU.
TOLU. Pulmonary Affections. AN EXCZLTOLU.
TOLU.
TOLU. LENT APPETIZER and TONIC, for
TOLU.
TOLU.
TOLU. general and family use. The immense
TOLU.
TOLU.
TOLU. and Increasing sales and testimonial!
TOLU.
TOLU.
TOLU. received dally are the best evidences
TOLU. of its virtues and popularity.
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TOLU. PUT UP IN QUART-SIZE BOTTLES
TOLU.
TOLU.
TOLU. GIVING MORE FOR THE
TOLU.
TOLU.
TOLU. MONEY THAN ANY
TOLU.
TOLU.
TOLU. ARTICLE IN THE MARKET.
TOLU.
TOLU.
TOLU. PRICE 81 PER BOTTLE.
TOLU.
TOLU.
TOLU. CAUTION.
TOLU. DON'T BE DECEIVED by nnprinTOLU.
clpled dealers, who try to palm off
TOLU. common Rock and Bye in plaoe of our
TOLU. TOLU ROCK and RYE. which la the
TOLU. only MEDICATED article made, the
TOLU. GENUINE having a PROPRIETARY
TOLU. GOVERNMENT STAMP ON EACH
TOLU. BOTTLE.
TOLU. LAWRENCE & MARTIN.
TOLU. PROPRIETORS,
TOLU. CHICAGO. ILLINOIS.
TOLU.
TOLU. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. GROCERS
TOLU. and DEALERS EVERYWHERE,
TOLU.
j. c. ergood & co.,
Wholesale Agents in Washington, d. 0.
a. vogeler & co.,
novl0-eol2m Baltimore.
J?NOW THYSELF.
The untold miseries that result from indiscretion
In early life maybe alleviated and cured. Those
who doubt this assertion should purchase the new
medical work published by the PEABODY MEDICAL
INSTITUTE, Boston, entitled THE SCIENCE
OF LIFE; ob, SELF-PRESERVATION. Exhausted
vitality, nervous and physical debility, or vitality
impaired by the errors of youth or too close application
to business, may be restored and manhood
regained.
Two hundredth edition, revised and enlarged, lust
published. It is a standard medical work, the Best
in the English language, written by a physician of
great experience, to whom was awarded a gold and
jeweled medal by the National Medical Association.
It contains beautiful and very expensive engravings.
Three hundred pages, more than BO valuable
prescriptions for all forms of prevailing disease, the
result of many years of extensive and successful
practice, either one of which is worth ten the
price of the book. Bound in French (doth: prioe
only $1, sent by mail post paid.
The London Lancet says: "No person should be
without this valuable book. The author is a noble
benefactor.**
An illustrated sample sent to all on receipt of I
cents for postage.
The author refers, by permission, to Hon. P. A.
Biseeli, M.D., president of the National Medical
Association.
Address Dr W. H. PARKER, No. A Bulflnch St.,
Boston, Mass. The author may be consulted on al
diseases requiring skill and experience.
febXS-m&th HEAL THYSELF,
LADIES GOODS.
'?k tor bh4kdi8,
fashionable dbessmaker,
flit* I'ennnylvania Avrnnc,
Formerly with Lord * Tajltre. ii.y., and Wm.
___ ? BiirandOo., ht Mo.
dbesse-, 8hits cloaks Etc.. mad? in aurerior
style at *hort notice Cutting au.i LUstm*.
Perfect fit guaranteed. 3w4-lm
plonuisl! flowebsil!
closcd out ill of an Importer's st<wk of
floweks at lew than half price, and \\ JlselI
them at 60c., ZBc. and 81.00 per spray.
kid gloves, from 2 to 10 buttons. In Wluieanrt
oi era bhadts. eveby i'aiij qcarastui).
Reception ?n,l visiting bonnets at Less than 1
Actuajl Cost to Clo^e.
. Mr?, n, j. urirr,
dee30 Kos. nai and (1*43 u atrr?ta.w, i
- ? ,
D O II (< a, A S X l
HOLI DA Y SPFA IA I,TIES <
at popclak prices 1
, celluloid comb and brush rett8. i
! bilk plu8h giajvk ani> handkerchief
BOXEH FANCY WORK BASKETS. BRONZE
, AKTICI EH, LAOE GOOD*. HANDSOME FANS.
SILK MCFF1 EKH, HAMDKERCHIKPH. &0.
LADIES AND MIOSES' HANDKERCHIEFS IN '
GREAT VARIETY. MILK PLUSH BOXES, 1
' PUBHKH. POCKET BO; tKS, &c. 1
HANDSOME HILK UMBRELLAS.
AND MANY ARTICLE* SELECTED ESPECIALLY
FOR THK HOLIDAY SEASON.
i> o u (? i< a s s ' , 1
<*'-'2 Ninth and f Streets.
_
0ur. kl'ppekt,
Bos. 40t* and 4^5 Tlh st n.w.
bare attractions '
of new novelties in
fancy wor8ied work
of new dt sirfiis, for Embroidery on Linen, Mam- ]
moth and Feit Cloth.
a full line of Worsted (hand-knitted) Goods,
Satin and Velvet, Child's Bonnets. Embroidered
' Cloaks, ell sizes, and a general Outfit for Children.
Germantown and Zephyr Worsted.German Yarn,
all colors, and all kinds of Embroidered Material on
hand at the Lowest Market Price deci-lm
i ?
Mbs. selma bippebt,
bus 9th street, . opp Patent Office,
Deaif.u tn
AET EMBROIDERIEH, ZKPHTRS, CREWEL an!
GERMAN J OWN WOOL. FELT. CANVASSES,
and ail Material for FANCY NEEDLEWORK.
Fine selection of laces. nOHIERY,trimmings,
wor8teu and children's furnishing
goods; full line of macrame thread.
stamping promptly executed. dec27
jjme. b. vah kei th.
parisian modes,
1113 13th ?, northwest.
Latest desisms in wedding trousseaux,
mourning drfisses, walking huixs. dinner
and reception dresses.
BamplpR of the latest importations of Dress
Goods, Novelties In Tr.munutfs auu Buttons, always
on hand.
Complete Costumes of all descriptions at the
i shortest notice. decl7
Djiwla's
paris kid gloves
Reduced 25c. Feb Paib
2-Button, 81 60.
a-Button, gl.75.
4 Button. 82.00.
genuine monogram kid gloves.
1 2-Button, 75c.
1 8-Buttoc, $1 00,
4-Butlon, ?1-2*5
6-Button, 11,50.
J. P. PALMER,
impobtf.b and designee of
fashions in millinery,
dccls Wo hot f St.
specialties fob tiie holidays.
real lace goods, fan8. silk mufflers.
fancy baskets, kid gloves. jackets,
ulsters, silk dolmans, fub lined
silk circulars, fur lined foot muffs,
and a choice assortment of the most
recent parisian novelties.
m. william,
de!6 7 CiteTrevlse. Paris, oq7 Pa.avt.
yebmilya's ladies' boots.
i am now offering a tine stock of Wi iter goods
of my own make, at very low prices, and ft
am making to order a class ofSnoES for Ladies
and Children that cannot be excelled.
. jas, h. vermilya,
; Do6 bio Oth St.. opp. Patent Offloe.
Mme. s. j. messer, Dbersmakin? in connection
with Agency for 8. t taylor's patterns.
system of cutting. jk.. 1308 Fat.
north. oct9-Sm
FAMILY SUPPLIES.
elpuonzo vounos.
OX DECK,
and don't you fobget it.
with
candy by the ton, several Grades Fresh i
gum drops by the ton Pure and Fresh
shellbark8?New York State Crop bit? Lot
nuts by the ton?all kinds New
raisins by the ton?all kinds New
citron and cubbants by the ton New '
florida oran3es?Fine Large Supply
valencia oranges-Fine Lar^e lot & very Cheap
lemons?The Best in Washington Big Lot <
malaga grape8?The Best in Wash'n.50 Barrels
and other christmas goodb in endless
supply and gbeat variety.
to give an idea of our prices, we quote t
in part as follows:
8 lbs. mixed candy?Choice for $1.00
7 lbs. mixed candy?Choice for 1.00 1
6 lbs. mixed candy ? Choice French j
Creams for 1.00 i
8 lbs. mixed nuts for 100
7 lbs. mixed nuts for 1.60 ,
6 lbs. mixed nuts for 1.00
10 lbs. raisins for 100
8 lbs. raisins ; for 1.00 j
6 lbs. bais1n3 for 1.00 i
6 lbs. raisins for 1.00 <
i 4 lbs. raisins?Large Clusters for 1.00 '
12lbs. Ex. "o" sugab (nearly white)...for 1.00 '
lOftlbs- Standard "a" sugab for 1.00
10 lbs. Standard Granulated sugab for 1.00 '
big stock-low prices all through. \
call early. <
l
tW Telephonic Connections. j
elpiiohzo youngs, '
"?04 9th st. north, j
dec2_ Opposite Daily Critic Offloe. ]
John b kelly, \
Dealer in Fibst-cuss i
beef, lamb, veal, mutton. &o. (
cobned beef a specialty. i
Stalls 628, 62-, uud 63^ Center Market, 9th street
wing, and 206 and 2u8 Nor: hern Liberty Market: or
adc?. ess Box 71. City Post Office. t
Marketing delivered free of charge to all parts of i
the city. decl8-ly ,
received daily.
choice philadelphia chiokknb. capons, *
turkeys, wild turkeys. ?
ca'vass back. bedhead, musoova >
djoks. 1
quail, m pheasants, grouse. ]
white fish, bass, smelts. ,
at thi s
BOBTON MARK 1ST, c
leok schell * co. (
dec9 1*719 Pennsylvania awnw. 1
pLOBIDA OBAIVUES, c
strawberries, capons from philadel- 1
phia. ]
also philadelphia chicken and tubkeys
fob thanksgiving.
extra boast beef, canvass-back, run j
head. quail, gbouse. etc.. '
at the i
PALACE HABKET, f
Cor. FourtHBth and h?w York avt, i
FBANK S. TIBBETS. oct38 t
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SPECIAL IfOTICE. i
Vfe call the sfecjiai. Attention of purchasers to i
a new assortment of very elegant
smyrna.
turkey.
ghiorde8 and <
daghestan <
RUGS AND CARPETS, '
From small-size Mats to extra-large Carpets. s
These are very elegant goods and will be sold at <
very low prices. Also, a full line of wll- '
ton. axmin8teb and other carpets- ;
hook, bbo. * co.,
nov20 mm f strest northwMt j
xwt bkeunlngeb. Practical Watcbmaker 1
it and Jeweler, 929 Penn. ave. Manufacturing
and Repairing of Jewelry a specialty. All work
neatly and promptly executed. a stock of Fine a
Watches, Jewelry and Silverware always on band <
i Bov9-8m !
the bininti llECOBD, s3 a Year. 1
i Ho. ol Broadway, Slew fork. Most oomi
plete Mining Paper ever published. Sample
Copies Free. Orders executed for hslws
Stocks and other Securities both In v. *. and 1
l San Francisco. 1
sepl-eoftm alex. bobt. chisolm. Prop*r |
txtheat Dealers m?ke Money with w. t j
> h soule k co.. 190 La 8allestreet, Chicago, 1
111.
Write for particular* oetll-eoiaia
i r>el* corn hulvkn'i.?Warranted to ears
jt Hard and Soft corns without injury or pain
g.giehlek. Agent. Boots and Shoes, 1031
7tbit. a.*. Nocureno ?y- octu-lb
THE EVENING STAR.
T1T,SDA? iannar)' 4, ISM.
The Senatonbip PontnU.
rRBLIM INERT MANOBUYEKIVO IX SIX STATE'S.
The Tennessee legislature mot yesterday.
Tlie house was organized by the election or \v.
B. Ramsey, (republican,) of Shelby, speaker.
The .senate balloted twenty-tire times for
spesker without r?suit. Mr. Kims*1 v. is regarded,
however, more of a greenbacker than
a republk an. 'I he republicans were forevl to
acc?pt llie declaration of the Warren greea
Lackers and Ignore the caucus nominee. 11 K.
Butler, to prevent the election of a democratic
Bp* aker. The state-credit and low-tax diicocrats
acted in the utmost narmony.
Theraucus of republican assemblymen at
Albany. N. Y., last night, unanimously noml
Dated Gjn. Geo. II. S'aarpe, of lister count v. ;48
their candidate for speaker of the hous.>. skinner,
of Jefferson. who was the most prominent
opponent of Sharpe. Joined in mikthi; the
oondnatlon unanimous. The dimr>cr.iti cau
rus mndiiated Erastus Brooks, of Ulehmund.
as their candidate for speaker.
About two-thirds of the luembers of the
Maine legislature have arrived ar Augusta, and
[ aiivasslng ou the senatorial question Is verv
lively. The contest will be almost wholly b?
tw e?-n Messrs. Hale and Frye. and I he friends
pf both gentlfiuen are very conrtdont of tli"
success ot their respective candidate by a ?m ill
tnaj' rlty.
Hie Pennsylvania senatorshlo was vlrtna'.ly
sotllcd at;ali.st lion. Galusha AJGtojv, a' 11 ir
ris-tmg, last night, b\ the success of tticoilsvr
pirtj In the republican cau.'iis o.* house
ofiu ers.
1 he t'allforala legislature met at Sa'rameito
yesterday. and effected an organl/.a'l m w. i
r?ut delay, the republicans organizing bat it
Lenses.
The Nevada legislature also met and org nIzed
at Carson City.
Slofson has written to t he in Paris,
proposing to play Yignaux. the champion bill
Maid player, on ihe following term-: Three
thousand prints up for a stak'* of ft.wo francs;
i lie tame to be played on a new table from N >v
York, on which neither s;os3on nor\,pmm
has played; the match to come off In New i'ork,
London or Paris.
Another Naval Engagement took place on
the 4th instant between the Peruviau and
i billan vessels In the cay of Pisco. Peru. The
land battf run and several torpedo boats also
took part lu the light, but no d<cld>-3 advantage
was gained by either side. Tue United states
steamer Lackawanna, which was anchored In
the bay. as well as several other neutral vessels,
had narrow escapes from the shells of th"
belligerents.
A Baseball Players Pay.?A telegram to
the N. Y. Htrald from Cleveland. Jan. '2. si\e:
Th" directors of the Cleveland Baseball Ci'ub
bave been expecting Dunlap s contract for some
time, but It failed to arrive for some reason,
and as tht season is rapidly approachlnj and
rus Dunlap Is one of the best nu n in the nine.
It Is no wonder that the directors began to get
anxious. To-day the mystery was solved r>y
the appearance ot Dunlap, who came from the
East- tie immediately had an interview wit h
the directors and demanded that they piv him
fl.coo, the salary he drew last season, or grant
him a release. The directors refused to do
either, and were Arm In saying tn^y would gve
blm no extra pay. The great second basem in
then made threats, and declared that he would
not stay unless they gave him his price, i lapp.
be says. gets fl,sw>, and he constders himself
worth as much as he. The consideration of i he
matter has been laid over by both parties until
to-morrow.
A TniEF's Deatti.?An unknown mm attempted
to steal an overcoat from a passen.;
on the Morris and Essex railroad yesterday
morning. He was detected as t he tralu was
having East Newark, N. J., and leap si from
the moving train. In falling he struck on his
head, and died soon afterwards. There was
nothing on his person to lead to his ldentlflca
Hon. and his remains were taken to the morgue
at Hansom
Jo.eeo Wokth of Wedding Present? Stolen.
rhe house of Mr. Wm. P. Sheldon, a New York
stock broker, living In Brooklyn, was^aoolly
entered by a thief while the family were at
dinner a day or two since, and diamond.
Jewelry, it, to the value of $5j-|? were carried
off. The articles were wedding presents given
to Mr. Sheldon's daughter, w ho was marr;< i a
couple of we?.ks since. They were stored in an
upper room. Although the thief was seen lu
the house, he was mtetaiten for one ot the servants.
A reward of *'2,ou*> is offered for the recovery
of the stolen goods.
Discharged Because he Wouldn't Yote.?A
telegram from Jersey c ity. N. J., Januarv .. i,
says:?Reuben Howe has for a long tlm^bjea
a letter-carrier In Jersey City, and has performed
all the duties pertaining to the offl ;e
faithfully. Last October Postmaster Gop.de
learned that Howe belonged to a religious sect
called the United Evangelical Brethren, one
oi their regulations is that the brethren sh ill
have nothing to do with worldly afTalrs. rue
postmaster questioned Howe, and asked hlui li
tut h was one of their beliefs, and Howe aimftt(d
that it was. The postmaster told llo.ve
that he thought working for the governm'-nt
was a worldly affair, and that he thought
Iiowe ciu"h? loyQte at tlic cotnlng <^egti>a.
EoWe refused to do so. and the po-?'_aitst?r.
learning of the fact, discharged him to day from
ihe government employ. Howe savs he w.li
apply to the Postmaster General for reln-:U'..>tnent
under the civil service rules.
a Congressional Contest. ?J udge J. C. qpok
hiisstrved upon M. E. Cuttes a notice of Ms
intention to contest the seat for the oth I .va
congi etslonal district.
Injunction Against a Pkeachsr.?An injunction
has been Issued In the common Di-*as
lourt at Pittsburg. Pa. restraining Rev. Nevin
Wccdslde from preaching In Oak Alley church.
Marital Infidelity with Tragic Results.?
A special from Memphis says:?"This morning
Uenry Burton found Mr. Tate, a barber, lu his
room with his wife. He shot Tail twice and
Mrs. Burton once. Tate returned the Are, mortally
wounding Burton. Mrs. Barton s wound
is trilling. The character of Tate's wound is
tot stated."'
A Youno Girl Murderkd by a Kejected
Lover.?a young girl named Barbara Greenthai
was stabbed to death last night in Brooklyn
by a young man named James Walsh, wnose
mentions she had rejected He procured a
small dirk, sharpened the blade until It would
nit like a razor, and last n'.ght repaired fb her
aouse. She came out and talked to him, and
then left him and ran Into the house. Later In
the night, having occasion to go to the door,
she saw Walsh still hanging around, and she
ivent out to speak to him. a few minutes after
she staggered Into the hallway, exclaiming,
Oh, I'm stabbed:" and sank dead In the arms
of one of the family who opened the basement
loor just as she was falling. Walsh dropped
tils weapon and made off. After tb > murder
Walsh went down to Gowanus canai and attempted
to commit suicide by drowning himself,
but he was Ushed out and taken to th?
Long island College HospltaL It was not
inown at the time that he was the murderer,
out he told who he was, and he was removed to
the police station, where he was round to be so
exhausted that a physician had to be e a lie 3 m
to attend Mm.
Mrs. Sarab E. Bslden, who It Is stated, Is
the widow of a confederate general, was arraigned
yesterday at Jersey city, N. J., charged
Mth defrauding boarding house keepers.
a Fourteen-Year-Old Murderer.?a telegram
from Philadelphia, January 3 says: a
ad named John B. Evans, 15 years old,
ivas fatally stabbed to-night at 4th and Redirood
streets by Martin Dorf, aged 14 years.
Dorf had been sent to a bakery for bread, and
vas accosted on a street corner by Evans, who
itruck him in the face and knocked him In the
rutter. Dorf says he struck Evans in selflefence,
but denies that he use! a knife. When
Evans was struck he ran to a drug store, bat
Iropped dead on the threshold. Examination
>f the wound showed a pocket-knife had
severed an artery above the breastbone. Dorf
ays Evans Invariably tormented him when he
net Mm in the street.
Th* Cold Snap in the South.?The Happalannock
nvrr is closed with ice six inches thick,
mere Is great scarcity of Are wood in Fredercksburg,
the principal fuel used there. The
luthorltlea have taken possession of all tne
ivood in the yards, in order to protect the destitute.
The supply of water has been almost cut
iff by freezing in the supply pipes. John A.
stringer, a citizen of Chesterfield county, Va.,
was found frozen to death Sunday, on the road
near his home. He had driven to Petersburg
Saturday, and left for home the same evening,
snow has been on the ground at Augusta, Ga.,
one week, which Is unprecedented in the history
of that city. There was fine Blelghlng yesterday
ind Sunday, the first for 25 years. Sleeting,
cowing and freezing were the order of yesterday
at McKinney, Texas. This is the severest
winter ever known there. At Denlson, Texas
y esterday, snow fell at intervals. Hamilton
Brown, an old colored man, living near Warrenton
Junction, Fauquier county, va., was found
on Sunday morning sitting in his chair frozen
to death.
Rcm Did It.?At Parkerdaie, N. J., yesterday
memooti Mrs. Chad wick, a widow lady, was
out sleighing with her brother, when they were
run into by a heavy sleigh driven by a drunken
rran. and Mrs. Chad wick was so severely injured
that she died in a few hours.
Assistant District Attorney Daniel T. Rollins
was yesterday temporarily appointed dtr
trlct attorney of New York, in place of Benja
mln k. Phelps, deceased. Mr. Rollins is a republican.
and it is thought will be permanently
appointed by the governor.
Seventeen women of Star City, In?L, are being
prosecuted for entering the only saloon in
town, emptying the liquor casks, breaking the
glassware, and cutting up the pool table with
an axe.
1
8NOWVUJJKO WITH lMroRTTP KNOW. ? Tn?
boys up town discovered that the inoomlnff
trains were covered with snow to the depth of
four or rive Inches, and they speedily orsram?.?d
a snowballing expedition, and the sport w is
kept up for a lone t*me with the limited huv*
or the snow which was thus imported into the
city.?Charhstan .Verr*.
A Yor-No Win s snctrr?Mrs. Mstthl?wen,
V4 years ot aw*e. committed suicide in Baltimore
Muiday morning by cutting her throat whlis
temporarily tisane. She was the wile or a
Norwegian dome business in this city.
Thk IU'SM ok KMKiRA-noN.?The prediction
that the jcar's Immigration would exceed all
former records has turned out to be trua The
prodigious aggregate of sno vk arrivals at faatle
oarden surpasses anything before know a
there, mid no doubt the t?.ime is true regarding
the arm air- during i^se hi the other seaport* of
this country. The new year, nevertheless bids
t?tr to ouido in this n spect even the unpr?v&denud
cue just ended.?A. ?. sm. m.
A M?YHoniST Mimstkk kii.t.sn.?A special
Stau s that the Kev. William Pell, ot lUieltlph
V\..a Methodist minister. was killed last
satuiday night at Steamburg. Pa. in a runaway
steich tit, the horse taking fright at a
parsing train.
An AnnmoK ro thk Nauru Tkoh-k Mr.
Daly has n -xivedan unexpected Hd<i't*?n <<>
hi? little ec.louj ot Nautchdauours and luggti rs,
who arrl\( ?i a h w vi ek-a^o fr.?ui Hindustan.
1 ne addition was made athalfpisl eleven on
New Var a evening, when a liabj was born,
wbo hereafter will call oomdat. the twclvcy?*?r
old Drlde of Abboolally, "mother," or
whatever the equivalent lu Hindustan nity be
for that term of relationship ami afT?vUon.
oomdst la tbe fairest of the N ?uteh d in -era
who are under coutract to Mr. luiy. Mr. Palyfe
family physician. 1 ?r. ,J. *\. Duallng. assist<*d
by Dr. .Switt, his colleague, were present at the
birth of the boy. which must be otne historical
from the tact that the >ouiig Ablv totally. who
weighs four pounds and four ounce's. Is the llrst
Hindoo c hild born on American soil. Mother
and child are doing welL?AV<r \\r k r-iTbe
svkji.i k Ditokck cask.?a lelegmm
from Columbus, Jan. 2d, sajs: The spraguc
divorce case Is attracting no little atl"ut!(m
here among the friends of Mrs. Sate e'hasespragt:e,
and every move of the attorney is
watered with eager Interest. \ prominent
N< w \ork attorney is now in tills city engaged
In takli-g depositions or old elti/ -n^ rei ttlve to
Mrs. Spragucs career In I his city. From the
attention given to minor details in collecting
evidence, it Is quite apparent thit r.i. story of
Miss Kate t'lias'-'a life iie-rc will b< a^ iln sprctl
beiore the public.
Pooowir.?'The old terror of White Pine tlnred
Its mantle In the air of Salt Lake city yester
day. People said t here was a foe. and "that they
c uld cot unci'Titand. In so calm and cheerful
a da.\, wh> the cold seemed so penetrating.
The leg was Lot hi ng but lot- tloatlng lu the air.
'I Lo M.cshoue Indians, lu Nevada. call tlilit
floating hr pogrnlp. and when it appears they
wlllnot have their "wickiups" uutll It g.KNj
away. Then is a go<?l r>'asju Tor this. A person
out of doors necessarily breathes Into tho
lungs air which Is charged with mtluiteslinal
particle* of ice. Naturally, congestion or In
ihuuma'lou is likely to follow, and (he bigg*and
stronger the lungs, of course, the gre.it.?r
1" t he lung surface expose!. and the ui^re s>
rlous Is 1 he- hold which the disease tafcei?S ?'
Luk' Trt'/"nt.
Tuf Eci ectic Ci.t it of Trenton, N .1.. composed
of colored men, has electee ?,en. ..rant
an honorary member, and has received an auiocraph
letter from htm in -a hlch he accepts the
honor wl!h much pleasure. The club hashed
tbe 1 tter frame-d.and shows It with much pride
to all visitors.
Eij.a IlKiGiNS, the young daughter of a p"?or
miner, al Dunmore, Pa, desired to dress as well
as her companions at a forthcoming party, and
therefore purchased some fineries at a store,
fcaylug they were for the wire of a neighbor;
who would pay for them. The merchant, on
atcertalnlng how he had been tricked, male
atrauteme-nts to have the girl anw? d. When
1 he officer w ent to get her. she was found hang Ing
to a beam In the gariet of her home.
DMBD.
ltOWEN. January 4th, 1-Sl, mt 7 lu a.m., of
coLBumptior, Mrs. la.oisic M foraisrlF
tf Dayton, Uh:o, nfty-two yearn
Kotice of funeral h?r<-aftar
F" NT. Atone o'clock thi? iTuesday) mornin*'.
'aiiunrj 4, lssi, Am<>s 111 sit, in tha?ev-onty eighth
j ear of hi* 8?f*.
l'unt-ral on Thursday, at 1 y m , from his late
r?mde!ce. No 21? A street norlheaMt. 1 riei,<U of
the famijy iu\ ited to Mtebd.
PL11.LIPP. (d -fatu?ry 3, 1HH1, at ; o'clock ?.
tr. , Loi re i .eon ot Louie F.aud Barbara Phillii-n.
afffcd 2 jearp and 10 months.
Our little Louie is irone.
Hie tluy f|uiiV fed;
Our lmie !>oy we loved no dear.
Lies bleei inK a.ih the dead.
A tear within a father's rye.
A moth- rV fc< hit!* heart,
("an only teil the a?rony?
lluw hard it iito| !ut.
Fi:ti'"?l w.U t. k? j lice from parents renidm<-?.
21til K ftret-t n< rthwst, Wednes lav. jiemary at
2 oVkcfc p.m. Friends and relation* .f the
UiuUd to attend.
VcUNO. In New York city, Jae.uar\ 4th. 1H81,
H< -l Fitzpatku k, dauvnter of th<- i^teJo'anO
1 iucatr ek and wife of J. hn Kues?'ll Youa#, in tt.o
iL'rty i imh year of lirr a?re.
^ i iice of funeral in Wa^hiEK'lon hi-reaftor. 2t
UNDERTAKERS^
\t 1LL1AJI IIAtKKTT, with Acucnui
Pcauixiar, FLHMHHINel FJiDKETARlitt.
No. Pa. ave. n w.t between Sd and 4^ eta.
Kverythlr.ir flret cIabb f n2' ly
rtll?D. VPllll>L?lli
r UXDEHTAKMK,
laaa fkTtnth ?tr?t aortliSHt. ap28
J?BR K. WB1UHT.
UXDBBTARBR,
spa7-Ito? 1??T Mfltk rtTMt a w.
I^OIISIAKA STATE LOTTJKUT.
TAKE NOTICE!
AH coiTOEpcndeaoe should be with M A.
Dauphin as below. In all com* the TICKETS
tbemaelvee are sent, and never circulars offering
certificates or anything else Instead. Any one propo^ing
to offer anithin* else by circular or otherwise,
on bit own behalf or that of the Company, is
S Hirindlcr.
A Splendid Opportunity
TO WIN A FOKTUNE.
IIB8T GRAND DlbTiilLUriON, CLASS A.
AT NEW OKLEANH. TUESDAY. JASUAttT
11IH, 1881,
128tq Monthl* Dhawiko.
Louisiana State Lottery Com pan v.
This inetitution was retrularly lnoorporaied by
the legislature ot the state t or educational and charitable
purt-oeee in 18G8 for tne term off
twentjr-llve years, to which contract the Inviolable
laith of the ntate is pledved, which pledge
has been renewed by an overwhelming popular
vote, securiwr it? franchise in the ne# constitution
adopted December 2d. A.D. 1879, with a cupital of
jl.ooo,woo, to which it has since added a reserve
fund of over $35U.(KK).
ITS GRAND SINGLE NUMBER DISTRIBUTION
will take place monthly oa the seoond Tuesday.
It Sever Scales or Pontine*.
Look at the following distribution:
CAPITAL PRIZE, ?*>.000.
100,000 TICKETS AT TWO DOLLARS E ACH.
HALF TICKET*. ONE DOLLAR.
i Capital Prize *30.000
1 Capital I-riae io.000
1 Capital Prise 6,0U0
2 Prusee of $2,500 5,(100
5 Prlxee of LO00 6.S08
2CPnxeaof 600... ... 10,000
100 Prize? of 100 10,000
2t 0 Prize? of W... lo.OUO
Bon Prizes of 20 lO.UW
1.000 Prizes of 10 10. (MM
APPROXIMATION PHIZES
9 Approximation Prizes of f-100 (2,700
9 Approximation Prizes of 300.. L>*uO
9 Approximation Prizes of 100 900
1,867Prises, amounting to.. 9110,400
Responsib'e corresponding agents wanted at all
points, to whem liberal compensation will be paid.
For further information, write clearly, giving
full address. Send orders by express or Uowisterea
Letter, or Money Order by mail. Addressed only to
M. A. DAUPU1H,
or M- A. DAUPHIN, at *
? . SIS It road way, |?w TerS.
Or S? P? HORBACHi
AOS 14th St. s.Wh Washlagtea ?.C.
%WAll our Grand Extraordinary Drawings an
under tbe supervision and management of Qtmi. d,
T. bEAUREGARl) and JPBAL a. EARLY, dll
LIEBIQ COMFAIVT*S EXTB40T W
MEAT. FINEST AND CHEAPEST MEAT
FLAVORING STOCK FOB SOUPS. MADS
DISHES AND 8AUCE8.
LIEBIQ COHPAHT'S EXTRACT OF
MEAT. "Is a success and a boon for which nations
should feel grateful"?See * 'MedloaltTaai. **
' 'Lancet," ' 'British Medical Journal." 4K.
CAUTION. ?Genuine only with the fee simile ot
Baron Llebig's Signature in Blue Ink across the
Label.
"Consumphcn In England increased ten-fold la
ten years."
LUBN COKPAMI'S EXTS4CT OF
MEAT. To be had of aD Storekeeiwre, wmn,
and Chemista. Sole agento for theJJnltodStataa
(wholesale only. C. DAVID * 00-. U. Mart
IiUMi London. England- msrU

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