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THE EVENING STAR j
WASHINGTON
Till IISDD Jnniiur)' IJ?, I
CROSBY H. NOYKS BMn
I"1 Ktfniiie ^lar ltr?* n rraclar. prrmnnrnt.
bona flat* dniiv rirrulitlisn more than irrbie
Ifcnt ! any iKhrr dniiy paper pnhlfedicd in
W ?*liingi?n, mm4 r*mii ? that of all the
tbrr tldil.T Hf here nrirfH ??>?crt>rr.
ThkSt ar offier 1* trITh th<' Telephone Ex- ;
thmmrr. A<lv*Tte-*i*;<??tB, < racen ! * the paper by mail ;
lut ?ttwrwi?w?. nejrn, or auv information ?>r btmne<M ;
can If sent iaj- r>r aljrTit. ft** of charce.
The Dwiblr-?h?*i Kaiariaf.
Th* St a* Will be Iss.wd utt Saturday Id m*tat 1
f*?*e ?>r form of nfty-stx column*.
Advertisers will confer a favor by sending in their
onh-r-. before 12 o'clock on the d*y or publlcatlOD.
?
Th* Hu ! ?? Klw R vtlwwd U hMd to
be really responsible ror the Spuyt-Mi DuyyU incident,
be?~?u.s"? H 1* claimed th it Ii coal 1 have pro*
vldrd a s> >t ui #f signals which would have prevented
the Th** system so offered referred
t ? !? t.iN ti??n Is known as the bl<vdt
ay^e*n. ?.-! hnv b^? n In genertl use in Er,?lan
I. I- li\ ! I - ib rti!r".i l hit - short .vet!oa < of
about Ion-* n. I - > ii-h, and? ach <>f these divisions
1st mcd i l>l>K V. ???! th- precautionary measure
of the -\\st'i-i 1> thai ii*H more thin one train Is
per nltte 11 ? h-" ?)t a block at the same time. Each J
bl?x-k Is provid d v. ith an operalor, who assures
na"? ty by t?le*rraph. As scon as a train has
1 the boundary line of his block h" signals
that Ih w v i cl?' tr. No train is allowed to move
forward until this signal is made. Ilenee, should
the operator negbvt his duty, the worst. result thtt
ran follow is a delay of trains. as the road j3
bio k.-l wntil the sir-iy signal appears. Th" system
la ?eneral us-* in this country is that which
the Unison U.ver railroad employed and which
led to the dKi -i r. Whoa ? train Is i hyM it Is
the duty or on o? the brakemcu to tro to the rear
aM displ ly a N Ha^ In t hf- day time, or
a r^ti lijfht. if 11 Is dark. Fnlcss this
sl>rn >1 Is sh >wn th rr \r trains h ive
uothln,' to wara tlu m of dauppr, and as in Die
8puylen lHiy\ll a-cllvut. where th^ train men
arr n^rll?ent, dls?.-t"r follows. The enterprising
Frnnsylr;?nl i D id has ndojstfd th>* block system
oti the raii:i lin^of of its e-m, but has probably
not twit able to utilize it on di njflc track
Bne-? like th(' IViltlmoiv and Potomae road. The
work ??i dottble-traeklai; this ltne between Washington
an I Baltimore Is now be!tut energetically
pu.sheil and will tv loUiplef-tl n''xt summer, when
this Important bran.-h of the Pennsylvania road
will b?- pi act1 J on the Siunt- "-omplete footing as the
trunk tine.
? ? *.?> ? f^orernor
Lowry, or Mississippi, in his inaugural
address, hnserln^etl a true pen-ept ion of The faults,
as well h* the needs, of the south. He sdvis"s the j
people to turn their itt-'ntion to the practical development
of th''ir state. He e.r,'??s the education
of the masses a&d sa.\~s, -the extent of flllteracy
among us Is appalling.*' H?* especially calls
attnitloa f? the pn-at be'iv tits to be derived from
th'- est ibP-ilme*nt of factories, and holds that
teth" manners of a su-.-ess ul factory amon^ us
ouj,in to b?* moiv highly honore?l than any public
fur. tu .ry In the land." He counsels mixientt'.ou
In pollti s. ;.nu re minds th people that there is
Boexl-t necessity or ev-use fur po'ltlt al exCltemen!.
-Few things," h?* declares, 'Nnuid be
norc beneficial to its no* t Li;>n a copious infusion
Into our poi ulatlon und pursuits of the energies
and Improved methods of Industry which distln^uisli
other states and countri s,*" Oovenior
Lowry se?'ms to realize that the best means of j
kl!H?i}r the libe ral mortinent in the south Is to j
liberalize the dominant p.-rty.
Mr. S ov;lI?' periultt-d his zeal It. hk) bnither-ln- .
l..v.'s cans- t ? run away with liisdiscretion yesterday.
He probably has V- vrao convinced bj this '
fline that he made a^r rave mistake. The theory :
of the in direct r?'sporislbility of others for Gult; au's ;
crini'- was long ;igo di^i u>s d ati l utterly sweated i
by every intelligent pcr-?>n. There was nothing
wb-.t^vi-r to sustain it. The public mind has been j
convinced tbat th - fa tlonal quarrel in the repub- j
Mean party did not furnish \h<* n?otive f-?r the mur- j
der of the President, it afforded the assaasln a
pret'\t for th." carrying out of his scnem^ of refen
*e for Imagined personal slight and affront.
If it were noRsible to weaken the case or the defence,
Mr. S^oviiie has done so by his absurd attempt
11 put the characters of thr President and
other honoretl citizens in the dock alongside the
asBassin.
borne sharp criticising are beln^ tired at Iieut.
Danenhower and Engln?*r Melville, of the Jeannett>?
rn-w. upon the assumption that they, In
lenvlifcr the delta of the Lena and going to Yakutsk
l?*d abandoned IvLong and his eomp?-ers to their
fate, ft i< true that appearances are against these
two officers; but thvre may be the best of reasons
for th^ir course, and it U m>t fair to condemn them
without any knowledge whatever of their condltl->:i!?r.r
surroundings, or the motives which have
gov.-rned the!--. It Is i-ontrary to all the characteristics
of tbe American naval ofHcer, to say
nothing of the duty of humanity, to suppose that
l>-?it. Dan. nhower has left, the locality where the
UsMiii? cr? w would be likely to put In without
Baking proper provision for them.
The ,vopte of Brooklyn have Inaugurated a war
Of extermination against the "bob-tair street
cars. At a meeting of citizens Sunday an antlbob-tall
car ;usso< iatlon was formed, and the members
pifd -t d t>. b ",'in their crusade against this
class of c .rs Oil the 1 inst., unle-ss the evil shall
be abated by the companies. The plan of operation
Is f.?r each person to refuse to pass up the
fan*s of other pa-.scn.er-, .whI to refuse payment of
fare unless a se^t is provided. This plan worked
onco v>fuily in fhlcago several years ago. Tli^
contpanies lost so many fares that they found it j
protltaUe to put on double cars and conductors. j
If you !i ipjx-n to n tve a l<?t of xemtin siccatlne '
about you. you had better get rid of It as promptly j
a?porv-ib,e. ii ims b -* n asi'ertained to the satis- j
faction oi ;h > Board of Admiralty that It was this
smhtstam-e that canned the explosion on the Biltish I
BkKip-or-war Doterel, In the straits of Magellan^ J
last April, in i the flag ship Triumph, at one of the j
Par ific stations more recently.
jjl JJEMEMBKIl!
ALWAYS ASK MW
> FKK1?KK1CK BROWN'S
OINUKM.
TilF GENT1NK PUI L-\ DELPHI
A
^ICTOKY ASSUKKl*
FOK TTIE AVENTF. CLOTHING HOUSE,
VJO PEHKSYLV AN IA AYKNTK.
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OUR LAict.E STOCK f>F CLOTHING 3SFST BE
SOLD.
We *rr now off?rin?f MEN'S SCITS, YOUTH8 SUITS,
Boys* si its. t hii.dren's sl its,
MKVS OVERCOATS. YOUTHS OVERCOATS.
BOYS' OVERCOATS, CHILDREN'S OYERG^TS '
At i rV<-a that n^dtr tb?- heart of the mechanic the
tierk. the bu*<i!><?4? the j>r>.f.-sMOiia] m?n Rt-jofce.
Wc Art- bound to acii, ev?a if Uave to sell at cost.
A. STRAUS1,
THE AVENUE CLOTHING HOUSE,
? PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. NEAR 10TH
STREET. AND VSi D STREET. Ja?
J^ADIES FURS. 7~
SEAL SKIN DOI.MANTT
SEAL SKIN 8a<'OUE}<
11 K LINED < lt.( CLABSl
UK I INKl> H>LM.VNh.
MIFFS. COACHKRS and COLLARS.
lilt IKLMJdlSo HV THE VAKD.
ALL AT REDUCED PRIi'ES.
B. H. STINEMETZ.
J*3 1237 I't-ntmylvaaia avenng.
\|OORE A LED1NG. ~
W K L E R8
# n . lln9 Prx.Hinri.VA" I* Antxjrm.
toe aSfkr'^Tot" f?tiliti?s for PmijutBgand makJEWELRY.
DIAMOND SETTINGS. MONOGRAMS.
??. Kt l
w Silver and Plated Mare at hmnt
Mr J..Mr.s tit bb^o hia renonal attention to
~ , Lk AliilNO &t Jk UioUunts ciiAnn* otwj
au hw ? ;k is wM-nuiUrd. w cu*nfc'
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The real estate title insurance
CO.. OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
INCORPORATED Deo. 6, lb?l. CAPITAL, $200,000
M, ASnFORD, B. BEALE.
President. Secretary.
I L. JOHNSON. E. t. RIGGS,
\ ice President. Treaaurer.
Having purchased all the Title Recittds of M. Ashfrrd
and Johnson aTidI>ale (crmpri*inir aoompleteatietrect
of titifn to all city resl e?iate>, will, on ard after February
1, IHH-i. ifgr.e policies of intmrt&re affording an
absolute warranty of title to real ectat* either in a purchaser,
tn:-4> e or morti^^ee. Will ?!?*>isMjc oMtifimtf*
Ku&rantc-ir.*-the ?l>?oliite accuracy of abstracts of title,
and in general will transact all bueinem relatinir tn the
investor.tion ami transfer Of titles to fcal w>tito in the
District of Columbia.
OFF1CFK- <Ounton Building, 472 Louisiana avenue.
'<an.l S>11 F ?trwrt northwesttrustees:
M. Aahfnrd. CharfeaC. Dun cannon,
sanniei l?*<~ui. Richard W. Tyler,
F.. Franci* Riw*. Isaac L. Johnson,
Jww*0. P*yr>e. Oenrse T. Schafer.
Albert A. WiWm, jal?-3t
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ASTONISHING LOW PRICES.
I HAVE DETERMINED TO UNDERSELL
EVERY HOUSE TN THE CITY.
ELEGANT NEW PIANOS,
Hold elsewhere for $450 and ?500,
I AM SELLING FOR $250 AND $3W>.
And npon the easy
$n> per month installment plan.
And No Interest Charged.
i
handsome second-hand 7-octave carved
leg pianos. $1w. $12s and $150,
Upon the sauie terms as al>ove.
FIRST-CLASS
? AND 6\ OCTAVE
PIANOS,
FROM $40 to $75
UPON $!? AND #10 PER MONTH INSTALLMENTS.
SHONING1 R'3 CELEBRATED CYMBKI.LA
O RCANS,
ALL THE WAY FROM
?fi0 To $4)0.
SOLD ON MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS
*
OF $5.
Don't neglect to make a Oneas at the number of Beans
in the Jar in my SUotv window. No charge for re^dnter:.n>f
j'our name, ami the pereon cue^in?- nearest the
number will lie presented vriln the handsome J130
CymbeUa Oreran. whiciii. now on Exhibition.
SIDNEY T. NIMMO'S
PIANO WAREROOMS.
4-U Stveutli northwest.
Ir Piano Tuning promptly attended to by the beet
Tuner of the profession.
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1117-1119 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
AXD
401 4uj twelfth street northwest.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY.
fifth annual sale
OK
COTTON UNDERWEAR.
NIGHT GOWNS:
Embroidered and Tucked, French yoke, fine cotton,
only Itw.
Fine Embroidered Ruffle cluster of Tucks, Ruffle down
front, very line.only $1. 12.
Robe Front. hoi id Embroirlerj Puffri and Tueka, Embroidered
Neck an ! Sleeves, only $1.79.
CHEMISES:
Corded Ran.I and Ruffla. Fronts Tucked in Chnder*.
only 49c.
Plain Corded B.ind and Sleeve*. only 44c.
DRAWERS:
Wide H? in and Cluster of Tucks, only 31c. I
Cluster of Tuck* and Full Embroidered Ruffle, only 50e.
SKIRTS: i
Cambric Ruffl.- a nd Cluster of Tucks, only 73c.
it"?*1'1 Embroidery and Lace, very low.
Ail ijsce Vkeand Sleeves Ch'mise, vekyfine.
? ombination I,are and Cambric Embroidery Robe Front
Nitfht Gown, very Ek fccant and Una.
Torchon and Val. and Embroidery Front?, Ex.rihiite ,
Infants' Robea, in all styles. !
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER OFFERED BT}RE
BEFORE. j
Come early and examine Noveltie*.
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PALMER'S
AMERICAN GINGER ALE.
sold by dealers at $1 per DOZEN.
principal depot:
1224 2;TH STREET, WEST WASHINGTON.
SAM'L C. PALMER.
Telei?honic connetiion. jj^9
? N ST ANT AN EOUS RELIEF GUARANTEED^
ELECAMPANE AND nOREHOUND COUGH DROPS
Cure CoUk'hti, Colds, Hoar^'iiefs ko
'25 Cent# Half-Poimd Packages. Try them."
it JpHAR>lACIST.
J*'? 14th and I and 2d and D street* northwf?r.
Direct importation
OF CHOK E MEXICAN CIGARS.
Will be opened MONDAY, January 16th. at noon.
"OLE VIRGIN NY" ^TOB^CC'O 8TOBK,
Jal7-3t 615 7th Btrtjet northwest.
^60 SUITINGS REDUCED TO *48
$5') * *40
$40 M M
75 STYLES FROM WHICH TO SELECT.
$17 TROUSERINGS REDUCED TO ?3 ?0
|15 " lia.00
* inii.ininiiois
100 STYLES FROM WHICH TO SELECT.
In other words It win I* seen that we offer a reduction
of iu per cent on the above goods. This is a chance sal*
Genttemen to replenish their wardrobe.
??ii ^ are this aeasOu's importation, and are
oS5"SSi "4?0to ? "
SELTZ & MERTZ,
IxroBTnra TaiLOBfl,
#iu 1100 pejfnsylvawa avenue.
JW. KENNEDY * CO..
(kstablihhep 1800.]
COti PENNSYLYANI A. AVENUE NORTHWEST.
Dealer# in
IRON. STEEL. TIN-PLATE, SHEET-IRON.
Copper. Phr-Tln. JSInc,
Building Hardware. Cutlery.
Chains; Railroad, Ship, Signal
and Head Lunterns,
Carriage and 8addlery Hardware,
Coach Paints and Varnishes,
Asbestos Materials
FWt Weather Strip, (protection from cold and dust. \jaly
P I.on IDA ORANGES.
I^srg? supply Jupt received direct from the grove.
J. B. BRYAN <k BRO.,
608 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
J18-3t Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
J^TBW LAW BOOKS.
Walker's Digest of Pension Laws and Decisions,
price |3.00
and
Pliillij*' Manual of Suju-etne Court Decision*. pric??$$. 00
100 Visiting Cards printed from Plate, $1.
W. H. MuRRlSON.
Law R?x>ksi.i lkk am> Stationfr.
Jal9 47S Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
OPENING OF HEAL LACES.
Duchesse Laces, Gilet-* and Hdkfs.; Pcinte de
Venice End Breton Laces; Duahesse, Spanish and Ma
line Klouncings. Fichus and Scarfs: Spanish Guipure
and Trimtniu< Laces ; Spanish Nets; Black and White
Beaded Laces and Dress Front*, etc., etc. Havinginade
this line of goods u s;>eei/dty. 1 will henceforth be prepared
to otfer the finest and moat oomplete assortment
ever Kin an in this city.
M. WILLI AN,
907 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
7 ClteTrevise, Paris. Jal9
HrHOOPINO COUGH CAN POSITIVELY BE
>1 cured l?y "BOGERT'S VEGETABLE COUGH
SYRUP." Also, Croup and C?!d.'. Free from all nar|
cotie poisons. Sold by all druggists, Jal9-3t*
ITIGHLT IMPORTANT!
THE BIGGEST MOVE IN OUR BUSINESS
CAREER!
Having leaned for a term of twenty-Ave years the
i prorerty now occupied by Messrs. Gusdorf, Kuee*i and
Petersen.
420, 422 AND 424 SEVENTH STREET,
We shall shortly commence to erect a Four-story Building',
second to none in the country.
SELLING OFF!
SELLING OFF !
At and below cost, all of our immense stock now in our
stores
404 AND 406 SEVENTH STREET.
This is the first time in twenty years that wesdvertbe
to sell ?t or below cost, as no merchant can exist
without making a profit. In this instance it is compulsion.
We shall try not to take any Old Goods into the
t New Building, as o?r owning (which we expect to make
j by September 11 shall In? a display worthy the Capital of
{ the Natiou. Reduced all our Cottons and Sheetings, of
i evwry width and well-known brands, at less t'-an manufacture;'a
present cost. Having bought these jrnods
long Ix'fore the late heavy rise, we are enabled to sell as
j stated without loss to us.
Our l?.-t Prints, in Shirtings and Dress Sty les, warr-nt.Ml
fa-t collars. 5 ceut<.
1 AH our Dress Goods reduced. THKY MUST BE
CLOSED OUT way below cost. We have reduced our
20-cent I>r? sK Goods to 10 cents,
25-ceut Dross Goods to 12>$ cents,
37l;-cent Dress Goods to 20 cents,
EO-cent Drosrf Goods to 25 cents.
And all finer goods in proportion. We have taken gr-at
puinn to mark our immense stock down. Should, however,
n piece be overlooked we shall make a reduction
which is bound to sell the a-tie'e.
R< memtK>r, we shall carry no Winter Golds over
which a price will seil.
SILKS. SATINS.
PLUSHES, VELVETS.
Our assortment is now wmpk'te, having upward of
1,200 pieces ov hand. Those have all icon reduced 25 '
l>er omt. Remember they must lie sold.
[ CLOAKS.
ULSTERS.
DOLMANS,
ALL REDUCED
From $3 to $3.
From $<i to *4.
From fs to $5.
From $10 to $6.
From $12 to 17.
From ?15 to $ ?,
and all finer goods at irrent sacrifice. Wc have al>out
i.600 ilarmeuts on hand, and d > not want to o? en a New
Stun- next fall with old stock. They shull and must be
soid.
GREAT BARGAINS!
GREAT BARGAINS !
IN
BLANKETS,
FLANNELS.
CLOTHS.
All Blankets reduced from $1 to $3 per pair.
1,600 Bed Comforts, made of tH ?t llol?e Print, and
filled with White Cotton, reduced to $1.40 l'rom $2. Remember,
tliey must he sold.
Br<>wn Table Linen. H-4 wide. 20 cents; Unbleached
fable Linen at 25. reluced from 37Jf..
75-ceiit Table Damask marked down to 50 cents.
$1 Table Damask reduced to 65 cents.
$1.25 Table Damask for 75 cents.
$1.50 Tab'.e Damask cut down to $1.
TOWELS! TOWELS! TOWELS!
Selling off the entire stock at a trifle over half price.
Towels from 8c. npto$l.
NAPKINS, DOVLIES. all reduced.
OUR OWN IMPORTATION.
Bill of ladlntr and custom house receipts just received.
and will open on TUKSDAY MORNING $H. GOO
worth of HAMBURG EMBROIDERY. These were
ordered last June from the other side. The goods have
since advanced 20 per cent, iherefore, look out for
BARGAINS! THEY MUST BE SOLD!
All our FANCY GOODS, such as
8KIRTS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, GLOYES,
HANDKERCHIEFS. ERINOfes.
PASSEMENTERIES,
, ??? , All Reduced. Some. Way Bolow Cost.
dozen Ladies' Hemmed Pure LINEN HANDKLRCHIEIS,
three for 25 cents. Most of these are
worth 42o cent* each.
T Xz, SSI- Ste?4 300 dozon Men's GERMAN
linen Handkerchiefs, which we sold ail last
year at 15 cents, and which gave such satisfaction that
every one wdio bought them recommendinl them to their
friends. ITiese we have n duced to 12^4 cents.
We have also alx>ut thr*-e cases of Indies' LINEN
COLLARS and CUFFS left, which we have not shown
for the last six months. They mubt be sold.
FOUR CENTS SHAIX BE THE PRICE!
BUTTONS! BTTTTONS!
_.9nf.5 00,14 Button Stock ia more complete than ever.
It is the tulk of the country, every mail bringing orders
from every Statu of the Union. Many of these Buttons
are retailed in this and other cities at $1 i>er dozen.
Bcmeudier, they must he sold.
REMEMBER! REMEMBER!
We do not make the* reductions for pleasure, but as
our building shall be a grand affair, we promiso to open
it with a
GRANDER STOCK.
AND ALL NEW AS NEAR AS POSSIBLE.
LANSBURGH & BROTHER,
316 404 AND 406 SEVENTH STREET.
JJEBUILDING AND ENLARGING OF
KING'S PALACE.
THE ENTIRE STOCK OP KING'S PALACE TO
BE SOLD.
Contemplating an enlargement of our Store, and building
it back to 8th street?our trade having increased to
such an extent that we find our present space has become
too small for our increasing business?we intend
to extend to the entire depth of 200 feet, covering near
6,000 feet of ground, and when finished will make the
largest
MILLINERY STORE IN THE UNITED STATES.
As we do not wish to carry any stock over, we hare
concluded to sell our ENTIRE STOCK way below market
value, consisting of one of the largest, finest and
most magnificent, as well as the most stylish and select
Millinery and Fancy Goods ever offered in the city.
We offer?
3,000 pieces of Ribbon, an widths, shades and style*,
at less than manufacturers' price.
10 dozen Pstjern Hats and Bonnets, sold formerly at
$10, $15. $20 and $25, at $4, $5. $8 and $10. Afao.
other desirable Triiumod and Untrixmned
1p?? than market value.
5,000 lists in Felt, Beaver. Silk. Plush. Sealskin, In all
StSSS? "" "4
500 tauvof choicest French Flower* at slaughtering
l)rlOtif9e
SOOooxes of Feathers and Flames in all shades
quality, at 33 per cent reduction.
A large stock of I*oe* and made-up Goods.
Satins. Silks, Plushes. Velvet*/
Silk Handkerchiefs below cost.
Megimt Ulste* Cloaks. Dounans at $3. $4 and $3.
Worsted Goods 40 percent, less than cost.
We are determined to sell to be ready for the Spring
trade. Do not miss your opportunity. Call early to obtain
yoor choice of bargains at
KING'S PALACE,
W 7th STREET NORTHWEST.
WH. DYER ft BRO..
Deafen ia POORS. SASH. BLINDS, LUMJ7-l?
v OfBoeandMill. arthandKtta. n.?,
VV
WANTED?HELP.
W ANT til) AT ' UCEXSED AGENCY." FOR CIN*T
finnhti. O.. Cok-rvl Woman Cook; wa^es
Berry vilie, V*., white Co>k. $12; Nurfe, fft: way paid
for nli. Families fernished Servants. 926 i street
north*?t, 0. K. PRICK hi C(X Jlf-St*
Wanted--a good woman to do washing
once a * wi at the bouse. Apply at 920 17th ^-treel.
Farratrut Square. _ jl9-2t
WANTED- A STEADY GIRL AS CHAMBERMAID
and general housework; 468 Pennsylvania avenue
north Trent. M
yvanted A CI.kkk in AStoYE store.
T* PleaM give references. rt?\ wages required ana
former employers. Address GEORGE W., -City P.O.
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W" ANTED WHITE PROTEST ANT WOMAN TO
do the cookinsc and housework for a family of two,
<iall aftrr li o'clock m. at 119 4th street soatbeirt. ir
wanted tw.) seat" colored boys to
11 wait en the'table. ' Nous need apply excei* thojw
of cxnerteuon, at 14X4 F street northwest K. H. L.
tbaynham. if
1XT ANTED? 1 ,YOu5n MAN TO ACT AS CASHIER;
f? one wlio hi* a knowledge of bookkeeping preferred
; must brir.g lest r f recommendation*. Apnlvon
Friday mm!nr. between the bor.rs 9 and 11. A. SAKS
A CO.. 310 7th street. , UB-?
W"ANTED--AJWHilt: WOMAN. TO COOK. WASH
11 tnd Iron. f-aJl at 1408 30Ui street. Geonrctnwa,
D.O. r Jalfl-6t
W ANTED?THItEff INTELLIGENT LADIES OF
jrood address to canvass this city and Georgetown
for the ssla of a superior Abdominal Supj>orter. MRS.
M. H. BRUCE. 403 9th street, near E northwest.
Ja7 Sm
WANTED?SITUATIOiSS.
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE WOMAN
a Situation t * <lo jceneral house work in a small
family. Address B. T., Star dfloa ?
WANTED?BY A SEAMSTRESS, SEWING IN
ianiiiies: can use Whee'er & Wilson new mtchmo;
or a place in a private family to sew and to do chamber
work; can give referent*?. Ai ply at 1437 N stivet northwest.
WANTED?BY A SETTLED COLORED WOMAN.
11 a Situation an cook. Can give good city references.
Apply to SIS 10th street northwest. It
YVANTED-RY A DISABLED VETERAN SOLVv
dier a Po*1tion in one of the Government Departments,
for which he will pay $50 cash and $ ><> out of i!>e
find month's w;?Ke* and *o a inouth as long- es retained.
Address G. A. I;., Star office. Jai9-2t
WANTED-BY A SETTLED WHITE WOMAN A
Situation in a private family to cook, wash and
iron; (food references. Address B. m. C\, Star office.
It*
\\T ANTED- BY A LADY, A SITUATION AS
houpekeoper. Reference given aud Wciuiif a. Aadress
A. B., City P. O. jlK-2t*
W ANTED BY A LADY ACCUSTOMED TO COPY
11 for patent attorneys, architects, claim spent* and
lawyers, a Position in an ofih-e, or would write at home.
Writes rapidly and very legible. Address X. Star
office. Jis-.tt'
\*T ANTED-AT CITY BURE AU OF EMPLOYMENT.
11 731 4J4 street southwest, families to supply with
first-clase help; ?ocd references; also good C*:oks end
general house help; Chambermaids and Nurses. U. S.
LAWS. Proprietor. J1H-2W
\J|f ANTED-THE "LICENSED AGENCY" WILL
TT furnish to families and others, at short notice.
White and Colored Cooks, Chambermaids Nurses, sc.
Try us. 9"2(> F street northwest. C. E. PRICE A CO.
Jal7-3t* _
WANTED-8HOP.THAND POSITION TO SENator
or Member; first-class jienman and stenographer,
and can furnish unexceptionable reference. Address
Box SO, Star office. JaG-2w
W A NTED?ROOMS.
\XT ANTED-BY" A~WNaLE GENTLEMAN, TWO
v i unfurnished Roomsin apood family, i". the northwestem
pa.rt of the city, ileferi-nces exchaug-d. Address
J. B., star office. JulO-'it*
\vANTED-THREE Oft FOUR UNFtJRNIS1! I::)
y y Rooms; Ui-'ht ho;iseke<?pin!r by two ladles; stile
tf.rms, street. No. house; also to rent a piano. PF.KMANKNT,
Star office. Jl>-at*
WANTI'.D- ?Y A LADY. ONE OR TWO MCE
TV Furnished Rooms, with board, between 17th ai.d
'21-t streets and F and f street"-. Terms moderate. Address
" Room," Star office, giyingJerms and location.
jal7-3t*
WANTKL) ^HOrSKS.
"V\T AN'i'E)1?TO RENT?FURNISHED HOUSE FOR
ll yasr or longer; iirst-class reference; no children.
Address HOUSE, Star office. Jal9?2fc
W A NTED?TO" BOY A SMALL SIX-ROOM BRICK
11 House; cau |?v tiitudl sum cash, and l>a!unce in
monthly installr.cht?; must ho cheap. Address, with
particulars, J. li.r Star oilier. jal8-3t*
W A NT EI > ? M ISC 1:1, LANKOl'S
W VNTKD -PLAITING, SCENTS PER YARD,AT
if !'0i *.?th street northwest. Miss BELLE LUCAS.
Jal9-3t*
\\T ANTED?T<) TAKE. A HORSE FOR HIS BOARD;
11 four or five hours light driving a day; good reference.
Address HORSE, Bt?r office. Jaiu-3t*
"WANTED?TO RKNT OR SKLL TWO PIANOS.
11 I mi I: i re of W. 13. MOSES & SON, cor. 7th t-treet
and Market Space. jalD-3t*
"WANTED- SOLDIERS' MILITARY BOUNTY
ll Lan<l Warrant, Soldiers* Additional Homestead
Claims, mid all hinds of Government Laud Scrip. f< r
which hlirhestcaHh ratec will be paid. W.M. J. .TOH N STON.
Attorney-at-Law, Le Droit building, corner Sth
and F streets. Jal6-Sm
\VTANTED - THIRTY " HI^.AD OF ' HORSES,
li weiKhingfrom 1MWto l.lW) pounds: the hiirhest
mtrkei Price ' be paid. Apply at YATES' and JOHN
SIMMONS' stable', 311 l'ith str?s?t northwest. jal-i-Ot
WANTED ~ TO INVENTORS- MONEY AD11
vanced on important ami valuable inventions,
either before or aftor Patent. Room 9, St. Cloud
Building, yth and F streets. Ja4
WANTED-SECONI)- HAND FURNITURE. IN
larve or small quantities. Address J. W. DYER.
Star office. d27-lm J
w ANTED?CARPETS TO CLEAN AND STEAM
11 at RICE'S, 4U0 Maine avenue southwest; feathers
to renovate, mattresses to remake, furniture to steam;
the oldest ond best concern in the city. n5
WANTED CARl'ETS TO CLEAN. WE DO NOT !
WHIP Carpets. Our work is dniie better and prices
lower than in any other establishment in Washington.
Orders by telephone. A. H. CHAOE & BRO., GIG Louisiana
avenue. je25 j
11TAWTRD ? TO A NN<TlTNCE ^'HAT" JOHN E.
i BEALL, Room 4, 1120 New York avenue, is a Coin- ,
missioner of Deeds for Every State and Territory, U.
S. Commissioner, Examuier and Nomry. Always iu
office from 9 a. iu. to 5 i>. m. nr2 j
VET ANTED?OLD CK )LD ANDSII.V ER IN LARGE OR
" Small Quantities. Highest ca.j!> price i>aicl. 321
Pennsylvania avenue, l>et. 3a and 4streets. JanlU
WANTED?YOU TO KNOW THAT I SELL A FIRSTclass
Tailor-made Second-hand Suit, much ls'tter
and a great dtffl cheaier than a common new suit can
t>e bought, at
JTTSTITS OI.D STAND,
No. fill) D street northwest, or at Branch Store, No.
409 9th st. northwest. N. B.?Wo buy but first-class
Second-hand C>.>thintr. janlit
LOST AN \) FOUN D.
\T()itKT()WN CELEBRA TION?FOUND A BRACEE.
let and goid heade<l Cane, on steamer St. ?< hns, ut
Yorktown. Owners will secure return by sending description
to ST. JOHN'S, box 435, New YorkpOBtofhce.
j!9-3t
T OST-A LIVER-COLORED SETTER DOG, HAV1^
ing a tag, and a collar marked R. T. Merrick. Any
one returning this dog to 130B F street will be suitably
rewarded. jal9-'.!t'
IOST?ON JANUARY 18TH. 1883, AT THE CAPIJ
tel. ajady's Lf-atlier Card case, containing cards. A
Kiiitnl>le reward will be j>aid if returned to 1335 F st^ et
northwest. It*
I*OST-ON MONDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY
J 16th, a Silver Watch, in the shape of a ball, with pin
attachixl. A reward of $5 will be given on its return to
the Evening Star office. Jal8-2t*
RE WARD?IF^RETURNED TO THE OWNER
at 911 Pennsvlvania av.n.w. a small Brilliant Ring,
dropped at 1 p.m., Monday, 16tl? January.on the north
side of Pennsylvania avenue, from 9th to 10th streets
northwest. jal7-3t*
BOARDING.
Furnished- rooms, with or without
Board, with every comfort desirable." Location very
convenient and house first class. 707 I street northwest.
J16-6t*
17IOR RENT ? WELL FURNISHED PARLOR
Floor, fronting two streets, in moat desirable part
jot the city, with first-class Board. Mrs. D. B. S'fOCKHAM,
945 K street. d!9-6m
71 linton house, 7th and I street8.?first\j
class Table Board, $10; Room and Board, $20 to
$25; location central; no liquors. J. M. DkLONG & j
CO. u28-3in
ROOMS AND BOARD. FIRST-CLASS. AT~316
Indiana avenue, $1.25 iw day. Also Board by the
month. SARAH FLAGLER. n5-3m*
The tremont" house offers more home
comforts than any hotel in the citr. The halls and
passages are heated with steam; the rooms are new and
well furnished, and the table is second to none. Transient
rates, $2.50 and$2per day; monthly $25, $30. $35
and $40. o21
T~HE LOCHIEL HOUSE, 512 9th STREET NORTHwost,
is one of the cosiest and best conducted Boarding-houses
in the city. Transient Boarders accommodated
at reasonable terms. s29
SAFE DEPOSIT CO. " I
S" ecurity fttom l08s by burglary,
robbery, fire or accident.
the national safe deposit company.
Corneu 15th Street and New York Ave.
Perpetual Charter Act of Congress January 22d. 1867.
Capital $200,000.
Rents Safes for $6 to $60 per year, and takes all kinds
of Securities and Valuables on Special Deposit at lowest
rates.
BENJAMIN P. SNYDER. President.
CHARLES C. GLOVER,of RiggB A Co., Vice President.
JOHN CASSELS, Treasurer.
ALBERT L. 8TURTEVANT, Secretary.
C. E. Nyman, Asst. Secy.
Directous:
Benjamin P. Snyder, Charles C. Glover,
John Cassels, Henry A, Willard.
Albert L. Sturtevant, Thomas Evans.
John Q. Parke. n!9
PERSONAL.
ICTURES BY THE NEW INSTANTANEOUS
process. Two beautiful cabinets or six cartes for
one dollar, at QUARTLEY'S Gallery, 401 7th street
corner D northwest. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ja6-lm
RIVATE DETECTIVE AGENCY. 309 9TH
street northwest. Reliable information furnished
all cases: consultation free: wfli call at residence
when requested; all business strictly confidential. o.k.
Flinder. o!5-4m
tlf adam boss, the long-established, beItA
liable Clairvoyant and Aatrologist, sives better
satis/action In all affaire of life than any one in the profsraion;
tells the past, present and future destiny; gives
ad rice and assistance on all matters appertaining to
toisineas, love and matrimony. Ali ? Tboublz Call.
Satisfaction given or no pay. . Consultation Booms, 402
2d street, above d street north west. ap6
p&IMB MEATS,
6?s txh street wzn0 centos market,
ill g x.o. weaves.
m
| FOR RENT?ROOMS. '
IJ?OH B E NT--1013 15tii Si RKF.T HANDSOMELY
and newlv furnished Booms; private fam:lv. f.r-tdMiMEt
SDMJ.
IJ*OB HE NT- FIVE UNFURNISHED B0OW[
. siiitalUy arrtntffd for hous< keri>in?r. with southern
ami earterii expooure; convenient to market and car-.
?'.? B M. Mod. imp. J*13-3U
I J* OR RENT - FURNISHED KvJOMS. ~ AT K(>7
Tennsj I .-aula svr-uue. jmJT-St*
Foii RENT?EBONT PARLOR AN1)-ROOM ~OK
second fl<x>r; very durable locatvu for r. physicien's
o-'ttce. Apply at 42:1 9th street northwest>17
3t'_
I?OK RENT?476 KNNSTLVJHU AVE X IE."
nearly opposite National Hotel. 1?J?t well-furnished
Parlor, newly papered. well heated ami good attei.t iu.
would aatt M.C. lam to salt. Jalt-lw*
FOR RENT-ELEGANT SITTER 0F~ ROOMS
with l.card; oonvenieut to the Capitol and Dei art
dents; all modern improvements. Inquire at *>ir, t?th
street northwest. jaS-l8t*
F)R BENT-BOOMM ON FQMT AND BBOOW0
fl^rs; unfrralshed: Par or? en suite; mod. imps..
] desirable locality; at l'i 1st KUwt southeast. ojftcMte
Capitol. Apply oa premises. N. HUMPHREY.
dS0-3w*
P1B RENT-FIRST-CLASS ROOMS EM SUITE
or simr'.e: newly furnished; he* ted and 'tghted .with
or without board, at 213 E street northwest. Terms
reasonable. dJ3-4w*
FOR RENT -STORES.
IJOR RENT -HALT OF AN ELEGANT 8EVENTVtive
frot Store Room, for mi'liner^ rrfancy ge>od*;
; best location in the city, dry goods in the other h*'f.
j Address W.. Star office. Jal7 at*
FOB RENT?ItorSKS.
1T?OR REXT?HOUSE 13U9 6th STREET NORTHwest;
5-room Hou.-:e. Inquire at 1311 6th -dit^t
northwest. Jl?-2t*
)70R KENT - FURNISHED HOUSE OF EIGHT
rooms, w.th bath, tras an i latrobe: cellar running
i length of house. Inquire 23 Virginia aveuue smithi
tea. Jal7 :jt'
IXffit BEST $20 PER MONTH THREE BUCK
Houses, nix rooms each, on New Jersey a von ue.
Iietwcen T an<l K streets, newly papered and painted.
range. h?it and cold watec vhh. bath, &c. ('? H.
ARMES. Attorney-at-i .aw, 633 F street. jI7-6t
I.XMt RENT-NEW SEVEN-ROOM BRICK COT.
tage, on 11th ?trcet. Itetween E and G street' southeast;
tfUR and water; relit $14 per month, ki'f can l*e
obtained at 527 11th street southeast. FITCH, F? >X A
i BROWN, 1437 Pennsylvania avenue. Jnl7-:lt
I?OR RENT?NKAT NEW HOUSE. 1425 COROOBAX
street, 10 room*, alcove and closets, a'.l lieat.'d.
| iaixe. cellar. vas and water and clmet. Address ii.
I McCAFPreY, 519 East Capitol street. jal7-3t*
I' ^OR RENT 1721 1)E SALES BTBEET HOBTHwest,
a handsome three-^torv Brick Dwelling, just
1 cimnleted; house contains 11 rooms; waa built by dava'
j work; is finished in hard wood; haa electric bells,
, ai-eakiutr tulses. superior furnace, ramrc and urates;
! will rent to a private family- only. THOS. J. FISHER
1 & CO.. 1324 F street northwect. Jal7 4it
| T?OB. IiENT?No. 8 I STREET NORTHEAST. ~ 11
1 rooms, mod.imps. ;|2.r> |^r month. Apply on premises,
or to S. R. BOND. 321 4,'g street. jal4-6t*
I^OR RENT-REAR PART OF HOUSE D23 I)
street northwest at 18 per month; water, ir^s. closet*.
&c.; eligibly loc ated for dwelliiiif or workshop. Inquire
926 liouisiana aveune. 110-Dni
1?OR RENT-A VERY FINE HOUSE. THIRTEEN
rooms, 1012 12th str^^tnorthwoBt; in prime order.
< Ai^o, a Vf ry tine Hrus\ '200 I street Uorthwert. L. M.
I 8AITNDF.RS & BltO., llw.'l F ntre t iiu;*thwest. d'2^i-4w,
I^OR RENT?1619 K STREET NORTHWEST; ALL
. modern improvements; 560 per month. Aoply to
| B. P. SN\DER. National S^fe Depoeit i.'ouipanv, 15th
I street and NeM- York avenue. nA-2m
| FOR SALE?HOUSEST"
I'mR SALK?A VKity !)KS)ltABT.K HOMtfttN
New York r.venne. near 10th s?r* et. A t'.iree-fit rv
; uud I ?<-k l:uildiiitr pretw-brick front hout-eof ti ;i r?i<irnsjras.
water, and bath; lot 22x100 t?i an allev; si-lendid
j cliancefor buKinca.^ men; price tonn imfni-diato
. iiurchaKer. A l?eautiful three-str-ry and mansard prc^f;' rirk
Ir^-iit Houfie, stone trimiuintrs avd st-'ps; t**n
rooms, a'l modern conveniences; Sot 18^140 M alley,
j with small ia' les;locaied on H ?tre< t. near the :o-idi net1
; r.f Judfre Hastier; hou'-r in perfect order; to cn inimei
diate customer at $5,60??. A!^o, several batvains in
lanrvrand&n:ai'er Houses. \V. E. BUHJ-Oi.D. lil.'i K
j strTi t northwest. J:-.l'J-lm
j^OR SALE?A DESIRABLE THBEE 8TOBY AND
b?.sen!ent double. House, soxUbeast corner New .Jersey
avenue and I -tre?-t; 11 n?.jnrf. a;l iiiode-.n in;provej
ni' iit-i: to cloye an estate; 110 reasonable of! -r reiused.
LOUIS P. SIIOKJdAKElt, ; ?() pnt. north-vest tal7-:tt
I^Oli SALE? SMALL t ORNFR FRAME S1X?RE
awl Dwollir-r', 722 ith .--tn i t northwest; lot '25x60;
j will f-eil cheap. THOS. -J. FISHER & CO., 1:124 F
i street northweat. <al7-3t
i p*0R 8ALK-ONK OF THE M OST DESIRABLE
j I Eesidendes in Washin-rtrin. A fine three-story (and
j oellnr(eleven itxtru Brick Dwelling; corner pro|>erty,
: centrally located, in complete order; a:l modern iui,
prov four rooms on first fl^r, jui eastern and
southern exposure, bay windows on bot'i stnvts. larire
verandah, u-rape arlx>r and ls3iitifol trmc-. Price
?:>.500; on easy terms. E. W. WHITAKER k CO..
2oh 4 ^ street ie >tliwwt. ja 11 -1 m
*pH)B SAI,E OR RENT ?LARGE HOUSE AND LOT;
.i lceation healthy aud convenient; sevenfeen rooms;
cemented cellsir; tao l>Ath-rooms: spacious dinimr-nHim
nnishi'd thr.mu-Uout in herd w.t^sI ; separate wa;*h-r >r.ni.
Inotnra of GEO. W. BAOG. Navy Pay Office, 112'J New
Ycrt avenue. ja4-lm
Ii*OE SALE OR BENT?A VEBV T?ESIRABLE
dvreuuii' Iloare, near 'lhomas Circle. Inquire of
C. N. THOM, at iliS 15th street northwest. dtt-Cw*
f70R SALE, RENT"ANYTEXCHANGE LARGE AND
it small houses, in all parts of the city. Call or send
j:iid examine our lists. FITCH. FOX k BROWN, 1437
Pennsylvania avenue. ol4
KOIt SALE?LOTS'
1JOS SAI.K? NINK GOOD BUII.DINO Lu lK.
each 16^x95feet, in "Eimcmnn Plate," near Iowa
Circle; moderate price and e;wy terms. Anoly to
1HOS. J- FISHER & CO., 1324 F street northwest.
jal4-6t
VeOR SALE-DESIRABLE " BUILDING LOTS,
_r corner <?f 14th and P streets, fruntin^ tosretlu-r 1!)5
feet on P street, with a depth of 75 feet, offering a fine
opportunity" for a building- enterprise. Apply to THOS.
J. USHER it CO., 1324 F stroet northwestl Jal4 tit
IX)R SALECOLUMBIAN
UNIVERSITY LANDS.
liot on 12th street, between N and O; price, 75 cent*,
l^ot on 15th street, l?etween I' aud Q; price 40 cents.
I-ot on Stouwhton street. College Hill. 50x150; 25 wnt?.
I/?t on Chapin street. College Hill. 25x150; 20 ceuta.
* '(Jutler Hotifco," 223 Jd street, between Pennsylvania
aveune and C street.
I^aw Building, 5th street, between D and E.
17 acres, north eroiiiids College Hill.
For price, plat and terms apply to
. ,0 FITCH. FOX & BROWN.
jal.i-(it 1437 Pennsylvania aveuue.
_ PROFESSIONAL.
Useful feet, &c.-relief without pain
in a lew minutes. Hard and Soft Corns, Bsiiiion#,
I Ciub and Inirrowintf Nails, Chilblains, Vaseuiar Excrest
?'uco? and other complaints of the feet suece-sl nil v
trc.atod at DR. V.'HITE'S Chiron 'dial Establishment.
1416 Pennsylvania aveuue, opposite WillardV Hotel.
Jiuiirs: Ha.111. to6 p.m. Established in WashinfrtoKi,
D.C., in 1861. Patronized by the elite of the world.
Tee, fl i*?r visit, for putting the feet in order. JalO
; l\Tt. R PARSONS, DENTIST.-OFFICE AND
! I * Residence 428 7th strict northwest, over Ballanj
tynes l?'^)kst>ire. lliliuif a specialty. Teeth inserted
on_vulcanite and celluloid. Gas fri\en for the painless
extraction of teeth, day or uis'ht. Charges ln xlerate. j7
Artificial teeth made BEFORE and INserted
immediately after extracting natural teeth,
with splendid success. Modern methods and skill in all
branches of Dentistry. Moderate fees. DR. DONNALLY,
1321 F street northwest. dlfi-Hm
DB. STARR PARSONS." DENTIST, 439 NINTH
street, s.e. cor. 9th aud E n.w. Extracting 9 to 11
a.m., Wednesdays, free, tor the poor. First-class referencea.
Nitrous oxide gas administered. Charges reasonable.
jjIjQ
DR. M. 8. PARSONS, MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN,
successor to Dr. A. L. Uosworth. Office hours, 9
a.iu. to 12, and *2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Cnunultutio'jn frof.
618 SIXTH STREET NORTHWEST. t=6-4m
tpERNAND UR80,
1I..,n T . I^IANO TUNER AND REPAIRER,
1230 I street northwest, or Box 712 City Post Office,
_ ? , References:
Prof. Gloetzner, G W. Walter, org-. Ascension
Chickenng & Son#, Miss Gilbert;
J. P. Caulneld, Mus. Doc.; Mrs.Pearson.org. Epiphany
and Dr. Kimball. o3-4in*
DR. M. A. CARMAN, .
Dentist.
1015 14TH STREET,
Second door south from All Souls' Church. al2
DR. WEISENBORN, DENTIST. 915 7TH STUF.KT
northwest. Celluloid Teeth inserted $7 per set, and
all oi>erations on the natural teeth at reasonable prices.
Extracting, 60 cents. janl9
"T|R. DUKE, DENTIST, 715 14TH STREET NORTHJLf
west, between O street and New York avenue.?
Beautiful Sets of Teeth. *3; Teeth Filled, fl; Extracting
without Pain, 50 cts. All operations warranted. janl9
DB. T. M. TALBOTT, DENTIST, No. *37 7TH
street, three doors from corner E. Dentistry in all
its branches. Teeth inserted $7 per set. All work warranted.
jan 19
SPECIALTIES.
DR. ROBEBTSON CAN BE CONSULTED EVERY
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, from 2 to 9 p.m.
Office, 456 C street northwest. Oentlemen needing
medical advice and treatment would do well to call.
Consultations confideutial and cure guaranteed. Read
his card under Medical in this paper. Eighteen years' '
experience. Jal?-lm
PJLES ?CURE GUARANTEED. NO CUTTING
or tying. Treatment almost painless. Scores of
reiert:ncos may be had on application at my office. Dr.
"grader, 62011th street northwest. Consultation free.
Jal8-6t
T|fRS. M. A. FRENCH, _
J-TJL Magnetic Healer and Business Medium.
Is located at 618 H street northwest. Hours from 9 a.m.
to 9 p.m., Sunday excepted. Ja7-Ini*
Madame Dubois, great spiritualist mediurn,
works electricity on ivory; tells true life?
past, present, future, destiny, age. death; describes
absent i<ersons: gives good advice to ladies and gentlemen.
and satisfaction. *1. 821 9th street northwest
Hours 10 to 1; 2 to 8 p.m. n26-8w*
MBS. DR. A. HULL, Pstohoxetrist,
Test Medium and Magnetic Physician.
Residence, 80# E street northwest.
Office Hours, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. n25 2m*
TMfBS. H. F. WEIGHT, ~
1TJ. Clairvoyant and Maraetic Physician, 600 6th street
northwest, treats successfully, without medicine. Acute
and Chronic Diseases. Consultation free. dl-2m*
TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OF
1*1 LIFE. All busineeB confidential- Ladies and Gengemen
50 cento each. 408 L street, between 4th and
6th streets northwest. nl7-10w*
CO-PARTNERSHIPS.
Limited co-partnership.
The undenteaed do hereby certify that they have
formed a co-partnership for the sale of Ice, under the
gjHBfi ot firmi otWASHINGTON AND GEORGETOWN
JCf COMPANY. No bffli or accounts will be_paid
unless upon a written order signed JOHN LEETCH,
1 FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS
FW SALE?CHAIN BRACELET.-'. I INM AIDE.
I8k. B??l-roam > Heat:.:\r larve ><ir]
r.ir. F?f.U>er-bfda, and otlie-l>o- .. ve?; :? ?. Can
| tv seen . r one ;uonui, at 9J4 ?t(> stn\*t tcrthwe t. after
1 r.m. Jal9-St*
]WH SM.r TWO CAREI AGE HORKFV ( AN UK
s-e-.i at Mr*. C. P. PA'i n.'.S >NS, ' Hr? t?o> 1. "
rerrof Deaf end Dumb A>ylu:?, 5th and B>;i;i?l*ry
straets northeast. It*
I^OK HA LB ONfi SHON1NOFR CYVBKLLA OH
gan. fBC. . ne Bav stkieonran. Coupler. 10
*tepe. ?CS: ffie C\ (Vtave v?oo<l 5>7.">. Kt
RFlClI> NBA( I!'S Piino WarerH'tiis. 4.3 llt'i -tr.*?.
at we P> uusyhanU avenue Jal*- t
l?OR SALE COUPELET AN ELEGANT AND
: JF ?omfortab'sCouje'et, in tir>t c)m** condition. ma,
kers, Bradley. Fray Jk C. .. N.Y. AV\ i i.e < t. f llarI
ua?a, t-Uver mounted. t< order two mouth* ag.?.
Kr ld *t <xiit; Uw owyw iea?it>g (hf cii>. Ar*ply w R.
GRAHAM, Carriage manufactorr. 410 8Ui stmn uort'i
west. Jal^-St"
1 l^OK SALS oXF FINK COF PK HOUSE, SKYi
X oral rood Driviu* Unnw and di god Work
i Hor-e? for *?"? at M. SINtillKlMrR'S Stal^. ?1 O
stieel nortiiwast. Jal7-lw*
1?Oti SALE CorrE. VERY CHEAP. PRICE. *120.
jarK^to LKAl>INliHA3< * iwr M rtro<>t1
l^OR SALE-RARE B A RG AI N~- KIIEG ANT ROAEI
wood Oat*, four Round ('onifr-. 7-.?-tave Piano
h..udaoinely finished. modern imprwerieut*. farf l
I> k>; and Lyra, rich tone Mid s'.nvrine quat ties Owner
' leiving tmvn trill seil for fieo casts. with Stool and
Cover. Cm be seen at
SIDNEY T. NIMMO'H
Piano Wareronms.
Jal7 At 433 7th street northwest
I^ORSXLE SPi.) N1?1D ROAH HOUSE. KTYM^H
E. and fasi; Kld<-l?ar . w.ta sliift.nc t ?p. n-nily
new. fiie Hani'-*-. t'etnuit white Wo'f Robe. Whip,
Blanket*. Ac.. all in first-class condition. Abo. brand
new Bortlmd ('utter, t)wner desiring to leave the city
is willing to di"l**e of the elegant outfit s| t eiSetl cltcap
for .ash Canmt be surpnwed <r? >A a?hin*tin. Can K>
eeto at ALLISON NAILOR'S SiaUe?. Jal?",-.,t
]^;)R SALE A ROSEWOOD CASE syl'ARK
Orand llano. cle?ant'y and liandaonie!} liniKlied
and carved, with l^te?-t iaii>i<?vein?nt?. ina hy p^ndneut
suaVi-T and f?lly a'ua;'jiit<-i-d: tor oul> fix.). Must
1>? ?oi(i st -hit to l-et'iro ensh for owner. On 1*> awn at
SIDNEY T. NIMMO'n Piano W*ronxmn?, t.'Vi 7(1: utreot
n .rthwe??t. jl4-fit
I^i?R HALK-CHEAP TWO 0<M>D. RFLIAHLR
llon?><. ?ruarante?M aipiit'.e ftTiiid without lUtotain>r.
euit iblc f< r anj himnw. *>-,'? r.nlv five vear* old. l*articulars
at Sl'ICER. COMPlON &CO.'S, V34 I^tuiaiana
avenue. jfljj
1>)ItSALE NEW AND SECOND HAND LANDAlViettp,
Cou| eJetin. Cwiitw, C-onpe Ro?-kav.aj n, Plue1
UuKtfie*, Buhin?? AVatroiiH, Ac., he.
1U?BT. H. (1R\HAM.
410-410 8th *treet north^-eid.
R'*ll*lrine' wromj'tly rtMMM to. ja4
IXtt SALE- FEED ZKLLER. D1 ALI K IN
J Imported Siniriinr Bird*; tlart7 Mountain Canan< s
! ?2..rx? ea< h. A?iiir?*a?burv trained Simdn?r I'maiK*H
?iach; biro foo l and eairer of oil kind*. -WO IVinmyJ|
\ania avenue uorthweart. d'21-lni*
I?OR SALE?A VARIETY OF NEW AN1? SK?'ONT>
hstul C-arria?rM and ItuxiiiHiiM W??ri>u?. I nlr?> build
i tbo iat? Kt sty|? Vari'it-hM Mc?'anll Wa*ron now 111 use,
which I heil low. JOHN M. YOUNG UlSCth street.
! il8-3iu
BUSINESS CHANCES
\ WELL-ESTABLISHED DKt'U STORE. IK UNO
a tford bti.siaeiw. a barvain for cae|i cr n?>'otijli!e
i pa}>er. St<n-k and fixtun* valued at $3.f>o0. Addr> m<
! H.. 212 1st ftrvct north?-??it. JalU-ttt
1JOR E\? UANOK
Lr t on C fctreet, near 2d northwest.
I-ot on M Htrret, near 4th northwest.
Lots on I fctrvwt northwest.
Will eiicbauKe for Improved Property Min??nouTiibcred.)
J. S. SWORMSTEDT.
Real Erttate Airent.
Jal9-St 92* F street uort!iwc-t.
' OUSINESS CHANCE TN NEW YORK. ONE OF
B> iho l>e?t Retail Candy Store* <>n Broadway, \t-ViV'ork,
i6forM?ie; $l(Mi |H>r week c?i< bema 'e. Forturtli<
r narticularK ari 'j to HAMILTON'S CANDY
STORK, 1281 Pennsylvania av^niie. Jal^-'it
PARTNER WANTED TO FURNISH TWO OR
three hours time, niortticir and ewninir, and
! f 1.000 capital, in a t;'M cla^s biiRine -f. with little om
i sitiou. Addreae, at once. P. <?. L<> k B i*??tH. Aali-'.it*
1JH)R BENT THIRD FLOOR, N... W fTR
street nort'.iweet. rt0\J5 f?<et, in m?il ??rder. well
li.vhted by Ki\ lew w!:idow>?; Mraj-i power tumi-li. .1 if
; ?tw:rpd. l'riee ^vs5 j>er ni?.nth. Apply to RUFUS H.
| DAUBY. 432 S>th street northwest. jslt-Tf
jJj?"O.0C0 TO LOAN ON "REAL ESTATE -K<'Il7lT\ ,
j) in feuni.s io au.t, at Iowc*l rat"?.
F. II. SMITH fc S?1N.
j jl'2-2w jL? 7tli street.
ABKAFTm L RESIDENCE .NEW. AND LARUE
Lot, 2(?0x3(-f) feet, in a growing counts seat in Kantsa*.
for nalo,or wiil trad>M"or .-ity propf rtj ; one, |v.,000-.
' abareain. Call on or addr.t? W. T. FITZOERALI>,
| Room CO. Ooroono Biii-din^r. dWMm
; MONEY TO LOAN.
MOHXr TO LOAX?
IN Si MS OF SI.IMHI To f-JO.tJfHt.
ON RLAL ESTA1E hH'URITi.
F. W. MILLER,
JlS-lni 513 SEVENTH STREET NoR'i HWEST.
Money to loan
AT LOWEST RATES Ol INTEREST.
ON REAL ESTATE SECUIilTY.
THOH. J. FIfiHER i: CO..
diifl-lm I3J4 F ttroet northwent.
^|ONEY TO LOAN. ~
ON RE.A1. ESTATE. AT 6 PF.R CENT.
NO DELAY.
R. O. HOLTZMAN.
dlf loth and F rtreeU tortliwut.
Money to loam.
In villus to 6uit, at lowest rate^, on approved real
estate (security. FITCH, FOX h BROWN,
1437 IVuua: IvMi a avenue.
^JONEY TO LOAN.
I have MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL FHTATK, In
fcuiiirf of from $1?K) and upwards, at lowest rates of iq.
terest.
Charges moderate. No delay.
B. H. WARNER,
nov2G v;6 F atr?*< nortl.west.
BOOKS, fa.
KOUET'S THESAURUS. A TREASURY OF ENU
Il'h Word*. A new edition: eiilatved ami i'npr*)ve<l.
The ShakefU eare Phraxe Book. B> BartU tt.
Word*. F-cta and Phrases. A Dictionary tf t'lirloun
Quaint and tnit of tlie Way Matters.
The Verbalist and The (>rtli(r?pist. By Ayr ra.
Studies ui the History of the Prayer Book. By Luckoek.
Authorized Report of the Seventh Co nereis of the
iTote^t.int EpisoJi>al Church.
WM. BALLANTYNE & SON.
MM 428 Sevei th street.
\TEW BO<?KS. - Treatise on Chemistrj". vol. 3, part I.
by Roseoe b Sehor'ennmr; Adolith StpH ker's Org-anic
Chemistry; Formation of Vegetable Mould, bv
Darwin. Inter. Sci. Series, Elements of Economics,vol.
1, by H. D. McIj6<h1; Two Year* in Orejrou, by Wallia
Nash. Memoirs of Priiice AleJfrrn'en. vol. 5.
from 1830 t<> ituS; Palfrey's Aatietam and FredenckPburjf,
the 5th vol. of Cauii ai^nis of Civil War
The Fanner** Annual Handbook for 1882; Tlie Verbalist.
by Alfred Ayrea, autlicr of the OrUia*pi?t;The Mendeissohn
Family, by Hensel, 2 \o1r. Harj*r's Cycloiwdiaof
U.S.- Hist ry, by Lo^sinir. 2vols.; As..asia.b\ R.
HamcrMuff. 2 vols., naj^r; A Heart's l?ml>leni.by c'hao.
CM boon, paper; Ood and Man. l.v Robert Buchanan.
pai>er.
Fashionable Stationery a apeeta'.ty. AU u-o.?U at the
very lowest pricea. FllANCIS II. MOBUN.
J'* 1015 Pennsylvania avenue.
MEXls
AND GUEST CARDS
OF THE LATEST STYLES.
HOLIDAY GOODS AT LOWEST FIGURES.
JAMES J. CHAPMAN,
Pll PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
^Branch Box Ofttce Ford's Opera House. d2R
rjEMPSEY. DEMP8EV.
ONE DOLLAR PER 100 FOB
PIRIES'
ENGLISH VTSITING CARDS,
"Printed from Plate."
Onlv establishment in th? city furnishing' that quality
and doiuj? the work i**rfectly.
A fresh and elejranl assortment also of
FANCY STATIONERY.
CHRISTMAS CARDS.
LEATHER GOODS, and
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.
DEMPSET,
STATIONER AND ENGRAVER,
Old Established House,
nl8-3m 913 Penna. ave..bet. Vth and 10thstreets.
gtjHOOL BOOKS-"
BOUGHT AND EXCHANGED
ANGLIM'S ANTIQUARIAN BOOKSTOBE,
Corcoran Buildiho. F Hteket.
Cash paid for all kinds of Books. Pamphlets. Ac. s!3-6m
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
"CHJR SALE?ON EASY TERMS, OR EXCHANGE
A for city prcperty?A line Country Residence, withm
view of the Capitol, on Lincoln avenue, near
Boundary, containing 8H acres, under good cultivation;
Improvements consist of a tine Frame Building, 38xJ50
eleven rooms, modern improvements; also large stable'
carriage-house and out-buildings; excellent pump; tine
orchard of choice fruits, gTapee; ornamental and shade
trees. No reasonable offer refused, as the owner has no
further use for it. Inquire at 718 7th street northwest.
Jalfc-lm*
Fob sale ob exchange for unencumbered
property. Farm of 240 acres, 3)4 miles from
city; 9-room bouse on farm; fine peach amlyoung apple
orchard; excellent water. Inquire 2022 I street.
oil-3m
F)R SALE?OB EXCHANGE FOR UNINCUM- I
beml property, a stocked Farm of 1JM5 acres, nine
miles out; one mile to railroad station: frood house,
I 5*"1'- *PP?Md peach orchard; viney ard; good water.
| Inquire 200C Pennsylvania avenue. s!S-18w*
TURKISH BATHS: ~
"JITEW TURKISH BATH, 1417 G STBEET (OPPOI5,
site Riggs House); huge pool; good ventilation;
ladies Monday and Friday; not open Sunday; open
from 8 to 10. Saturday's 12; baths, $1, 6 tickets, f4.S0.
DR. H. L. BOVEETElectrician. o20
lifEN'S AND BOYS OVERCOATS FROM 12.M
iVX upwards; Boys odd Jackets and Coats, from {T. 25
up, worth double: Single Pacta from SI.25 to S6; Job
lot Gent's Scarfs at half price, to dose out; Good Undershirts
and Drawer*. 23c., 37c.. 46c. and 50c. up. Ladies
Rubbers, 40c. and 50c. McoX 65c. The best $1
Shoe in town.
At
1914 and 1916 Peonsylvaate mtmm,
J14 J. W. SKLBT.
pBiME BEEF, MUTTON, LAMB.
m sxSs^SSa'wiio'cS'nuiiuja *.
K- ' " * . * -
I KnrCATIONAT,.
I.KVMNO, KR?M I'AKIS. WILL01CR
*TA ? K'V.-r-n.a >umi I ir?c* lewns at tier r>wti (Hd
!>!???>? re?-..t#n.?e. iv;.-e? ttr Vm?. tfcwt rttv reter.
X.k. 3l]i St *tn?t i?**!lW*M. Jul? t*
SCHOOL <ir KUH'l lIoy AM) '
WtAMATK? ART.
MRS. A1>KL1 Ni. in \ Ai. M V K oj New York!
JalC-lm .72? JSth *tr*<et n<rCiu.*it.
I A H. I ANTh. PKOFKNSoR OK MOtX It). I f N
iriiKr* at Cohinilian C >-|<w*. v ill t.ach privet !?
? r \u <lae-. C<?ver?*tioti dwwn wury day. Call In*,
tw.'rn 12 aud 1. <w addiwea Loom 32. Corooran RuildI
iu?- >a? *w
rpHf- HANNAH MOORE ACADEMY. ~
. 11*^t.r>'or**an K^booi f<*r irtrta. Spring ter;u will opaa
fKBKi Altl l*t, \ fw vmnirtw Special ad\an.atre
for health and training. Rev. ARI litli RICH, N h ,
luiatoratown. M.I. JK c,** *
M AJL?^K,M CHKVRLMON I <FRENCH 1KACHer>.
Mplm.ee de V K. ?.b mle de Pari*. L*?oua pn-*"*
""'.t LS ?* n?*r>n?b ? Wma. Bo*t of remrtSfRrtw
u Rtr*?et no.thueat. In cmr? ,rf Mr*.
I IHUDSOS. jj
W*1*1mSJs'Wu*M?,H.K?VATtiRT OK AT
Z.7.J KV* HJLU s " r 7*h '??! D u ? *utrat.oe
.mi l> ftrvet. Thirteenth yesr hum, Organ.
Xo.oe,Mumiw, Violin. 4w\ T?fJ? teacher* Km*
advantage*. o. I?. IU i.l.Ai:ii Miector. ya4 ini*
HOARDING AMI DAV SI HINII. FOR YOI'Ml
I \ ^ 1?"? V i JJ lHtJi trivet n rth1
b.-r-nah l-nr'**h. Fnwh. Mivc Itr-awm*
Vhk ?'ir ?Vi V.,v in/.
J * *? * > * t??rtwoBoard r*,
*-,:*? |?ri rhiWAPU* > f*r. d'J* itit*
I^KKNi'H LKSNONM \F.W TFKM IN J VM'AKY ?
1 Mo-i4in#r. AftprnoT? and Fv.muiuc ?!:??? ,.f ^1
. svid i>racti<?l A 1 inmiii | r.ni!in< i*fi..n taiurtit. T. rum
?K?>iT,a r.\Lr:.0r <":"1 UMB' ??i<t hil.hitu., Ml.KF..
] \ . I hi f) HUH MF, 1.41K I ?trM ,117
Tfc a It 1 . Mt'ssVF.t M \M? \sswi wis I'Rl^TI
X aD.l in Tins. ATI. -., lit kii.l M..W11 l,?n.
Mat?i.-ni?u<>v Pivi>aiati.Mi for Mll UriuthI
Scteutiftc Hch(?>ls. U-Hw' iB i vj*u ?'U.m?v. 111 tlw?
n .niiiuf for trontlMitm. A.t.lrv??.. f,*
- *!rs' Ml ssAKi s, l'J12 L?trt?*t northwiKt.
1 ill. -hni
\f,sh AMY ?.F\\ri T, OF KOKTOX. TF.M HF.K
^ 1 -'I ? ?ha. and liistrum.-iiUJ Mum.-. A.l lrmw <44
K abret o*>rtliw??t. r| 13
"/ 1:'MVKM ON" I'AIH.t A I'AKIS" KAI'IIII V
Jili;.i;mV, v 'T" Urnvm^. A.M..l"?r -ian U-aolwr.
KTa.!iiRt" V.f NorUniM l unanuij, F?ri?. Al?o
clawn-al ana Tiuvl?>rti lantrnatn>? K(MV?*n, tuitrht un.'i
S^-NV'-HIAN HI stNFsK OOLl.FxJK. <*OKNF.fl
i,?. . 1 ', ^tnTt''"oi'wt'W iU n?-w and
fi. 1', !t' 1 < J'^RawiiiMMxtuw kt?ownkhrouirhotit
the trnt^vl ,Siat.-??i.|.INOO|.N HAM. IHII.IUNii l>ay
an<t K\ei.mif for t-?.ii?^ ?na ?*-ntl?>nwn. .^na
ami ?iauirnter? .stn.-?i-a for real hl<\ Stn<t<>iit? r?
oi.M tlir iuirliout Uw y?ir. A tmniiihlK, <-.>Btoir,tn?r
an Ploqiwit ?(1i|i?m in th?- Ktmli ntx <?n Ktniioiita .?f
Nuonnaa, t?> JaineH v. tinrt1?*Ut. :i!k.\ full iuf> >riuan <B
rnuorutnr|hi> ( ''lliv, wit! l*> m-nt fr.-?* u|*>n ai>i>iuui.
i &5RWSrSI3a Mta
| j. sxm:
nionuorK, a# wi-,1 ax those ?iatiiuir to I*' uualitied ti*
1 Pertoruiefa or TYjm'Ikth. 7.i4 lJtL Htnet uorttiwMt.
^'HOtJL FOR Vol NG
i Ijtdiw au.I l.ittle (?ir!x. Is Kituut^a on the H?"U-ht?of
<i??oiv?'towa, and i? wnmihU t.j atr.i-t < ar? to ailparla
! K Y >-. , lh'' rro?II"i" ?**U>nnive. tliK I.^-Jitioii
SSSiftrtf *Iia Aadiw** the Mix?.w RAKLK.
1#M? S5th (.trrtct, UaMniurton. !?.<'. ? >7 t.i tt. ftn
%|US. S. I,. i'AHY'H ltOAKDINU St'llool, FOR
j Xfl Voiitu Iji.1 ?*n. \SVM I n.t lnOituti. New Hnvn?
, < onn. Uevenfh year, hui^rior ta.-iIiti.-H. hi nd I.*
{ ?i
LATJN. ViKFFK. MAT?fFMATI<X NATl'KAI. KOIiMce
and l iik-lisli. iin\ut.l> ,>r 111 i, ..imt*
1 |?rapar?vl for t. o|bvP and ronij^tlflvo evaiiiinstlouf.
Aaareua A. J A N UN a v
1 _?* *? _ R.-?.?"mWa,, AW.na.
\1 l s,rAi. A*'AI>I M> .
; . . , . 15:M I Kti??l north w#?at.
I'ntK ipal. 4. I'. ? AIH lhl.lh Mua. Ifcic.
nwuiuvj SfipU'iiiU*r 24UI. *20 4TU?
I ^I^Hl. ARCHER INS II It IK. MUS. ARCH I'R HAH
*- ?> .iirned In-ni her w-ftern tour. Her (-.-hoo) will
, e..niineii<v . n THFRnPAV. Rl PTl'AtBKR 29tb. For
circulars Mid^further p*rt1?ulnf> 4?r i*al! ui^ii
V', m ' *ri AItClll It No. J 40j Mju?aohiia0tl< avaiiua,
I op|?oMte l lionia* ('ir.'V.
; | AS) I.J. JNs riTI i JKIt If,rn KTRF.KT NORTH,v<
m rs" 1 ' - Kv" I*riu?*t|>al. A - . e? Ktur1
IihIi and < lUfwi.-ml Stilionl, w:th i>ni* ri.?r taoiiitin. ft*I
1' IVUeh and (? rnmti. 'i ll.- I'nn. ij.i.1 will irjve th" earn
and 't'lnfnru. ,,f a iil< HHant Lt<?m.- t>. tut >>>uiv Kiri?.
t liviilarfc may !? . hf.-iin-'d h! tiie It.?iknt4,rn*.>r from I'm
; TON M"?i!. llW.&m
\V AsHlNti'luN t-ol.l Hi! A 1 I INS I'll 1 "I I A
,.1", j * r,tr *,M' K.li.v.1 1. ,r Yoi.ii* l.mii.-s and
iij11?r**,"K r?'-?'j?< ;i.: i>tf'i111p |>*k|. y\,r orcularM
y'Vrr. Z. I?. Bt rcHI.lt and lW?cal.\>.
mtifi;>alM. HQXand !?). ; lath tro.-l uorthwoat.ad
rHIVA'l FLY <?R IN ri.^ss. M M IIFMATIOft,
(irmi, tYiaieh. ?i< rnun and r.rufh#h.
siY'ial attruti.T to )>rp|?rati<>u for C >U?n\ W?4
* Anr.ai?ri)iH and all <v?!iii'<j|itUi- rxatiminHrma.
IVriUa Ui Miiliw. 8. An'I.VNN. A. M..
I * s- ^ ' 'Wt *<lh ut.d K Ktrw-ta, n.?rtliweat.
WHK Si UooL or Mt'sIC
! ^ 1M77.1
j ?('< 8th rtr?"?-t northwe?t. |?iano, Onran, V.!!.-?, VIoMit
j *?- ' initx-li ortfau for I'nwtiee. hI -'.hj
F1MAKCIAL.
JJIXK'K I'RlYU.MXiES.
ONLY SAFE WAV TO Ol'l n \TK.
WM. H. PKIROE A CO..
CIS FIFTEENTH HTREET.
Over MetrojKilttan Nati >ual Hank.
H'ir and Sell St.wV: fYldkvtii ??n Itin-M-li Saa--1. .Ta?ne?- It.
Keene. Jay liouM and oth?T res|H>tmiU|e |>urti>i., and
n ,OP market rhauMwa- also, nay mid
a?-ll 8t??'k? and lionda d.iali in at New i'..rk SU* k Kaohanirt1
<m tU? Dio4 favorable U*nu?.
C<>rre*i>otidenti? tit New York
WM H. UHANHF.RRY A OO..
OWINsk MKHi'KH.
y?H>KHi;K8 * IMHRIK.
} J *? ar?- Wi ll known and r??|>oiialbla ntamber*
of ttio N. w York Stoek Fx.-hantm,
lii.li.ator in otBop. Oriien-exi-eut^d protiiptlr by wtra.
w<- ?a??vially ootuniend to <l.-al?rH Mud -iKvulatium
.. Slta'K I'RtVM.KWKS
an tile aiirct proba tion ?u.'aiii*t ibeir ira.U*. Th?wau?
j fm<iti?nUy' rMw4<| at larv? pr.tl?K. FuU frtnb^l ex plan
ationa at our office. yj-lm
CILWilli ORF.Y KAOI.F, MINING dDHMflL
The HiKerton titvy Fatrie Min'.n* Onto| r.nv .dfer fnr
nala a wcond Mock ?>f tive Uioiip.-m.) "har?-- of the Workto
aiiit pumhaarri.
rfllS 811 n K IS NOS - A Shi.SNA ULE. The mioa
now |*?iiik' \ic.iroualy worked, in oitiiah-d at Kilvertoo.
j i,unv.*'ounty. Colorado. u> whieh point the Ih<ij\f>r
and Km ttraii.UJtailrfiad ia now (Traded and will lie completed
in the Hpriiitf. The ore In b.dd awaitina <*utav
trauK'Hii-utlon. iToaia^-tuw* and tnfonuatlob tuay la*
obtamci and sf*r1rTi?-n? of tbe ore f"??n at th" office of
, M1MH.KTON A ?N?.. HanVens
?12t?-Im Fiwal Amenta foe the Coiupany.
A LI. OPERKTIONS IN STOCKS. ltONI>S. GRAIN
lYovwionn ooudUi'M rfi c*<mimicsuMi.
C ontract'* or Prfvlfotrpw wimii mX ibe cli?*eat rata*
obtainable from reci-ounibSe part if*.
Stm kK liou^rbt and Carried uu ;} to S r?-r cent. iuar<iD.
f ractional Ord?r? exctrnted c!?*e to Uw market. Any
one mireliaising IYivdvife*. tbrouifh i.a caa uw; tie- Haiuo
Murinu in cjw they show a profit.
I List of ratrs and diaUucea ou TnU. Culla and Spmada
sent 1 iw on ari 'licat ion.
4. MI. llLlXn Ac CO.. 4M ltr. id at.. New York.
Oiicairo houae. F. A. IH EKSAOO.. 114 La Salle at
OidtB
pKIVATK KTOt'K TELEORAI'H WlUtd
BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK.
B. H. IK>btifi,
Bonds. Stocks and lnv?djn*mt Recurlfloa B.xnrh luid
{Sold on Comintaai'm, *
No. 5.? lftrH 8TRLLT. (COIMJH?HAN IH ILIUNG.)
AtfC'iicj for Priiioe and Whft-ly. Rtook BMkera.
U Blo4J.WAT. KKW YOU.
E\-?rjr cUm of fleenrltiea tmurht and aold on Mmmltwon
In Han Francisco, Baltimore, PhiUdelpUU. New
York. Boston and W aahiniftoa. Union executed on Um
York Stock Exchange at on.--"i<Uth of one per oent
comuiiuaion, I*rivate and direct tefopraph wlrea to
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boetou, through
which ordera are executed on the Stock Exchanges
in those citjc* and reported back prompCy. guoutiona
of 8Ua-lu and Bonda and information nyinlim the
Markets mvJvtd throntrh ourwinw INSTANTLY diPbct
from the New York Stick Exchanm. nl
JJOUGLASS',
52j-524-&)t Hint a Htrkct,
ST. CLOUD BriLDINQ.
GREAT AJfNUAL SALE
o?
LADIES' COTTON UNDERG ABMENT8.
Kvory Garment In thin Immense Stock ia of Our W?B>
known Uanufactora.
LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE NAKED
FOB THE QUALITY OF GOODS
OFFERED.
Thoroughly Hade and Trimrced
CHEMISE AND DRAWER^
T4(Um an invited to examine thon gooda, wknttM
hey denrt to bur or not.
DOUGLASS*,
'pKOUSEEb Kl""
TO ORDER,
ENGLISH GOODS,
GOOD VALUE. ^
A card.?i Have reduced nipiioi
of OaliineUto $$ par doaas and Cardatotl nr
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