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THE EVEN!NG STAR.
WASHINGTON
TI'KSD * V January 1SS3.
WW s. ROTES Edi or.
'k* Wnr Han a"rr?iilnr. prru>Hnrnt
k?n*OT ft or (*nllT cirnilntion morr ihnp trtbir
thai ol nnv olbrr daiiv n:ijm-r pnIiIInIiH in
U ?iilni!t<in. fnxt runn I to that o> nil the
tbrr paixr* Ihtp aiirffil l.^rtlu'T.
The S r.?.R office i? < nnw t?d v ith tli - Telephone Exchange.
Ad% rfisements. or iers for Cw paper by nSSl
and oth?*r\risr. new*. or any information or business
can he wist -lay or ni-rht. fr*-e < f rhawe.
Doublr>Abrrl T<>-?*?*?rrc vr.
The demand upon the- advertising space or Trnt
Btar Is so laruje that It i? absolutely necessary, 1q
order t?> Id sum cla^nlficati >n and Insertion, that
drertl.<'iii-*nto should be handed in before 12 m.
to-mormvr.
The marine losses, both or itvwa and property,
durln? MH3, reach a laiyp total, and th.< lLat show^
that mar.ne disasters are Increaaln?, notwithstanding
the Improved methods of shlD budding.
Last yenr 2?4 steam->h?ps ami laiye rirt-r st?jirabooto
met with di.sast^r, and the statistics show
that a I a rye proportion of the ressels Included In
the disaster list were t ?tal tei3 -s. Of the lost l?st
141 were stranded, to were sunk by collls'.on, 4
were destroyed by explosion, 52 foundered, 3c.ip?!*
?d, ? wore bumetl, 6 were sunk by Ice, 7 were
abandoned in a nlnkm# con lltiwi and 25 ar>- mis-stag.
The total number of lives lost, was 2,002.
It te satisfactory to know that despite the terrible
ravages of smallpox in I! a It I more that dreaded
disease ha? obtained no foothold In Washington.
Still, Baltimore is so near Washington, and there
la so much intercourse between the two cities. It
will be a miracle ir our city escapes the pestilence,
especially as it has broken our at several points in
Virginia, and are thus between two Ores. Our
District authorities will therefore be Justified in
taking rigorous sb-p* to prevent a possible lo<igrDtent
of the disease lien*.
.
Wall street seems to have been the whirlpool
that sucked In a large part of the vast sum of
money for which the State Treasurer of Tennessee
has recently defaulted. By and by gentlemen who
are reou ^t'-d to become sureties for public oClcerswlli
require th?dr principals to givu bond to
keep out of Wall street, and to avoid all com?rs
aad stoo* operations of every class before assuming
pei-uul try responsibility on their behalf. A
requirement like thrtt In the past would have
aved a good many dollars to confiding bondsmen
The office-seekers are giving Governor Cleveland
of New York no little trouble. There are
more applicants than offices?many more?and
wheoerer tlio governor makes an appointment he
disappoints a score or two who felt, each one of
them, that he was entitl.nl to the pi ice. The disappointed
then set up a howl that the new governor
Is a failure, and the howling throng ls.lncreasteg
rlgnt along.
barges of the collusion of policemen with
tttierea and gamblers are springing up h;1 along
the line. Reformer Coaistock undertook to raid
ft gam Win,' establishment in New York Saturday,
With a squad of police, but a policeman ran ahead
Md gave the gamblers timely warning.
^ ?
Tlis m.iyor of Brooklyn has approved the ordi
Banco requiring that ail street cars running within
the limits of that city after the llrst of next
May shall be provided with a conductor as well as
*<Hvtr. The avowed object of this ordinance 5s
to drive th2 bobtail cars out of use.
In th ? United States and Canada there were 183
Conflagrations last month, destroying property to
the tslu' of $l0,500,(1n). During the year the
property drstroy?*d by tires refiched the enormous
Fahre-of fsajsaooo.
Maine has Invited Gen. Fttzhagh Lee, of confederate
fame, to deliver his lecturo on the battle of
CtoancellorsviUe at Bangor. The war Is certainly
over, and politicians may as well recognize the'
tMft.
* ??? j_?.?_
P BIZE P R0BLEM3.
How can too mark down an article in price
when no fixed pr.ee ever existed?
Bear tbia in mind when yon read the marted
dD?~n ads, and remember t'-at onrs are from plain
flnr>.? that are Rot deviated from. Let us illustrate
it to yon: A s?dt hat wan marked amlsold
tor |35 Is now marked >_(V Until /hey were
marked down no one o-n-ht them for ie*w than
fi5. so th* mark down la honest, not imaginary.
The other ph?n r Whwe no price ever existed
? to arrsisfNT that the swit sold at a ftynre,
(an altogvthrr imaginary one>. and they are willIn*
to sell it for ho much lower. when th-i fRd is
the so-nmne<l k>w fiHureiathe price they would
ha ye taken at any Um and tin- r> dact;oas exiat
only in the mind of the vendor.
If yon don't Ta'ne mon?y this information
mjr not iatery** yoa. Tiiose that do value it
will invent:ur^w- it, and no oce is more wil-tijg to
a^iat ywi ihiu the employe* and flrai of
A. SAKS. & CO.,
TOK ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS,
who<*? ircoda are uiar?e-l in plain h^nifs, whi-i-e
aehil i can buy no < h 'uyiy an esi>ert.
V> demoastrati> flaLy from
8 A.M. TO 8 l'.M..
(Saturdays unt:l 11 p.m. >
JftS AtJIG AN1>;J1? SEVENTH STREET.
Tailoring Okpaktmknt.
VINE ENGLISH COATINGS, SCITIXGS
AND TROUSERINGS.
F?ae I>re*s Sr.its ?i>eciii!ty.
V?. S. TUX. 1>:>5 I'fiir.svivania avenai.
GrBNUINE Axi> li-KLIABLE
UBERf \N* Sgi lRKEL LINED C IRCULARS.
ALASKA StfALSKlS GARMENTS.
Far Triraetiiaer for Imtsh'.-s ?tm1 CIcwAh of Reivrr.
aVraiaii UmU <(wj ?mi llueeum Hare with white
acd pecoock poiata.
Lowest Sjw Yorkifire*.
li. H. SriNEMET/ A SON.
i- l" l"ean*ylrania avemw.
KE'VISED LM1ION OF BAXCKOtT'S
INI! ET> STATES.
IllSiOBY OK 'I HE I'NITED STATES,
Front th< I'lx-o-.t rv of tile I n:inraitn the >^,tibiiMhit.>
> ' f il: (' j.~ itution iu 17-^t*.
B* tiEOIWil. BANCROFT.
An entire'y uitp M:Moa. parr y rewritten and tboi'ou<b^
ly ra*iye>l. I*\il> n.iw*d tutu; i-t- iu ?ix volumes, octuvo.
SuW riptuma received by
R' 'BERT BSALI^
Ja6-?t 4>"> lVni*v!v3!.ia ave., WatrhiaatoB.
v M. A. M Nu. v
1MPOKTKB.
34 LAsT U3i? SiKKEl. NEW TCdtK.
Wil*open in tue pirl^r-i of tl?e Arhi>?ton. on
MONDAY, Tl E^DAV AS1) EDNESDAT,
Jjui. Ar> S?aud IU,
A cboic* 3?N<>rt;>.iu< ut
li.ENt'U tl,stCMi S, HETEPTIOV. DINXFU au.1
EVcMNU DRE.SSES.
MALL DRESSES A SPECIALTY.
^ E ATI, Ei:I.Nv II CONFECTIONERY.
#^Vy>il?'>*,!^:i*n ' fAKV^>IS manutactured fresh
CANDY FACTORY.
Hth >-tivet northv,>^t.
Branch Stora l'l'V* r>ven?je. dlS-Cuj
VEKKI.Y STAR.
EsiABLisitE!; TBIRTY-TWO YEARS.
Tax V?rKtr Stic is a lar-jt eiirht-pa^ rarer
>.?ff-??> cohanL . tot, paated ?i>d folded. ConUina
m^crrts of 1'oGtncia all Government Departments, U.
H. UiiitU, W u.-h)nt"t4>ti News iiiti Gossip, Political,
Ftttaori', Society and L-k'-U Affsira, Corrcapcndence,
?keUhe-. Li. nte Aru k*. Easii.->o Xott^ T. lu^-rsph
Scwa<ka\is*>U own wire t > New York). Lite rary N. tes,
Tfca Barkats, etc. j-eud it to > o?u friends in the eo*ta?ty.
Oai> Oas JUcLL-va A ia^a. postpaid. Address
T?a Irjau- \u. Waahl?top. I) c. tLiMin
THE CI LLll^dD TKl'S'4; TH\T NEVER
eS!^is,lL?vfr aiwaj-a ck-an. and can bj
^roca ??u!c butt'ntf. 1? lor aalc at
CHA8. FISHER'S,
?*3 Tth street Borthwaat.
Buyers' Opportunity. J
OUR GREAT MARK DOWN IN PRICES
or
WINTER WRAPS
Seem* to meet the approval and grants of many of those
wlio had not purchased a winter trarinent. We
have determined to carry over no garments
to another swuoii, and the pnc.rs now
plac d uj>on tho entire sfcm k wili prove
ol irreat interest to al. prudent buyers.
an our reductions aro from
25 per cent to 50 per ct ut,
th? latter in the ease- of
a few all-Wool
ulsters, 1
which we hare reduced from $7.50. $8.50 and $10 to <
$ > each. At tha price they do not pay for the eo4 of
material; hut if ycu can tell na wbffj to buy Ulsters to
sell at a profit we shou d highiy appreciate it, and not
be compelled to offer them at tha cost of the material.
I A reduction erf 33Js per cen* to 40 p-* cent will apj?iy
j to tbo balance of tha Ulsters which, fortunately, is not
large.
116 ULSTERS, $10.
coats. jackets and jerseys
At a reduction of per cent also.
A:l-wool Dia^r n U
dolmans AND RUSSIAN CIRCULARS
Also srreatly re lnced.
SATIN RHADAME AND OTTAMAN SILK DOLMANS
Mt the same discount.
SILK. SATIN AND FUR-LINSD CIRCULARS
At a discount of 33*f.
We have carefully examined ?very garment in the department.
and have pita low price on each one. Adhering
at wedo strictly to the* "One Price** principle. we
mark the price plaiidy upon each garment, and givo yon
our guarantee tha* we will refund the price if you can
purchase cheaper elsewhere.
woodward & lothrop,
boston dry goods house.
Remnants And Short Lengths.
Having cnlk-d the department* of all Remnants of
SILKS. PLUSHES. VELVETS, DRESS GOODS.
CLOIHS. Ac., we aanoanee mur annual Remnant Sale,
which is particularly worthy of attention by all prudent
and econocnical shoppers, oa we havo ma?le extraordinarily
low puces on ail. and better bargains can
be obtained than at any other season of t&e year.
woodward & lothrop,
boston DRT GOODS HOUSE.
seal plushes.
Weliavo Dutdcsnch reductions in the few lengths we
have left of tlijse goods that they are the best investment
any prudent l2dy can aiuto for an outside gar- ]
neeiit a* tha pricss favor the buy from $1 to $5 per yard 1
on the finer grades. It has corae to be an accepted fact
with these goods, as with Seal-Skin garments.that meny
, prudent purchasers wait until the midtT.e or evnn end of
a season when prices are greatly reduced and buy for '
th^ next sea-on at a great savinjr to themselves. '
We ar-j even more anxious to sell you at a low prlee
at the end of the season, when trade is slack, than at
the beginning r.f the reason, when trade in al*aj'R brisk. j
You can Imy SEAL PLUSHES yery cheap of us now. ]
woodward & lothrop. !
boston dry goods house.
]
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For Breakfast!
ciiocolat meniett. ,
SOLD EVERYWHERE. ]
V:
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paris and london. '
New York Depot, 54 Wall street. '
Bcston Depot. 134 Stats street. Ja9-t&f4m ,
Mrs 0? Donovan. i
315 5th AVENUE. NEW YORK CITY. 1
Has opened at her Rooms,
1335 F STREET.OPPOSITE THE EBBITT HOUSE.
And will have a t
special opening of^bali. dresses, dinner 4
In Thole, Satin and Gold nnd Silver Tholes, /
ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, th; 12th and 13th. I
jai> lm j
Bargains; Bargains!! ?
DRY GOODS AT COST! 1
Having purchased the stockofgocdsin store former!
occupied byT. T. Withers, No. 4417th Htreet, >oisth
*% aiwun^tou. I shnil fell off the entire stock at cost to c
nj'Ke room for new goods.
JOHN SCOTT. i;
No. 441 7th street suothwest.
Gkokge Spransy.
MARKED DOWN PRICES MARKED DOWN PRICES
in is
overcoats. overcoats.
marked down prices marked down PRICES
W IK
overcoats. overcoats.
george spransy,
one price clothier AND tailor.
507 7th S'lREET NORTHWEST,
1*# ^Opposite U. S. Post Office Dept.
MHvwE?K?M? l7UAL- PRACTICAL FRENCH
(0??K 510 14th street nor.hv.e->t. will Ik? pleased
; to inform the public tha? he will promptly attend to all
j 'M'd'Ts for private dinners. baMx and rccepti >ns. JS-2w*
I Am Now In The Field.
i
GREAT SLAUGHTER OF FUR GARMENTS.
NOT COftT, Bl T WAY BELOW COST.
I am determined to sellout my entire Bto~k of Fur
Grnieut*. The following prices will speak for themI
r lvw,
NO IDLE TALK. BUT FACTS.
j All these garments are of this year's production, and
; there are none better of the kind in the market: '
^Hamster lined Henrietta Cloth, former price f2C, now
n >**$19*" Merveilleux Silk, former pricc $*?!*.
Sjpurrel lined Sicillian. former price $33, now $25.50.
Hamster hned Oros Grain, former price 528, now $21.
j S?>.ir-?1 biitj.1 M?srv;-ilK-ux, former price $30, now $21.
Fiiip hquirrui lined Merveiltoux, former price 102
? How |TJ5.
n liae^ Merreilleiu, former price $55,
Fine Squirrel lineal Merveillenx. former price $56. t
now $41. "
Una Squirrel Hned Merreill*nx, former price $49
now %SX.
Two Seal Sacques, best English dye, at $150 and $175.
()tie k t of I.sdiea* Jackets, plush ccliara and cuffs.
' f< rmer price $7.50. now *4.60.
i Sweeping reductions on all Ladies' Dolmans. Ulsters
and Jackets. Also, on Children's Garments,
AT
EBB A U U MM MM m ?n
B B AA U U MMMM ? ST" 4
BBB A A C ft MMMM ^SS. "
B B AAA U U M M M J 5
BBB A A UU M M M S8SSS 7
416 Seventh Btkut.
tsuzxss*'*??,. v"TnI,
tatloi * 41 o ptr#
*
/
9^99 B^V, SS?W
*?*& # ?
?w" ^xt8
pennsylvania avenue,
we are still offering a discount of
twenty per cent on
PARTY DRESSES,
OTTOMAN DOLMANS,
SILK CIRCULARS.
CLOTH DOLMANS,
OTTOMAN CIRCULARS,
BILK SUITS.
LOTH CIRCULARS,
TAILOR-MADE SUITStwenty
per cent discount
ON
children's cloaks and dresses.
Great redaction in
silk handkerchiefs!!
NEW GLOVES RECEIVED DAILY.
taylor a hufty.
J?6
NOW IS THE TIME FOR ELECAMPANE AND
HOI.EHOUND.
Elecimpans and Horcnoniwl Cough Drops.
HeyciiruOoiiifhs Colds. Hoarseness, Sc.; pleasant
t* take and reuUv at anv time.
Only 25 CcUtB for large bo*.
ARTHUR NATTANS, Pharmacist,
Jefl 14th and I. 2d and D. and 7th and N sts. n.w
Agents of the
dunlap new york nat.
washinotow, January 1, 1883.
A CARD:
The SILK FELT and OPERA HATM manufactured
bjr Mefwn. DUNLAP h CO., of JiewYork, and bearing
their trade-marlr, will hereafter be sold In thid city
br our.^eivw exclusively.
As tbfi productions of Mossrs. DUNLAP k CO. In
HEADGEAR have been the acknowledged and leading
styles in New York and Washington for the pAt twe.ve
years, and we btin;? the original int. oduc rs of the novelties
of this celebrated firm, we assure the patrons of
Uie Dunlap Hat and the public that a full hue of SILK,
OPERA. STIFF and SOFT FELT HATS will alwayw
be supplied by us as Boon as issued in New York.
Respectfully, WILLHTT & RUi-'FF,
Sole Agents tor the Dunlap Hat,
Ja5 905 Pennsylvania avenue.
Sweeping Reductions.
*
AT
DAVIS*.
719 MARKET SPACE, CORNER 8th STREET.
Havlnr on hand a large stock of Winter Goods, we
bar1 determined to giv>- ?>ur customers the advantafre
r.f tett low orlccs befor? the k-ason closes. We mention
In part a full line of handsome
MOLESKIN PLUSHES.
rn all new cloth shades, reduce 1 to $1.65. former price
F2.38 per yard, other qualities in projtortion. Lot
ALL SILK SASH RIBBONS,
Fancy and Plain Colors, redtic d to 50 cents per yard,
former price $1 and $1.25 per yard. Odil lots of Ribbons
very cheap, at DAVIS'.
719 Market Space, corner 8th street.
i
OHFAP LOTS WILL BE ADDED ^O THE ABOVE
DAILY. Be sure to eail and secura bargains, at
DAVIS'.
FLOWERS FAN8, NECKWEAR, DRESS TRIMMINGS,
BUTTONS. NOTION8, Ac.
In Great Variety, at
DAVIS',
>4-fit 719 MARKET SPACE. Corner 8th street. i
COT TON! C/OTTON ! ?
how to make money.
LARGE RUMS ARE MADE IN RAILROAD STOCKS.
LARGE SUMS ARE MADE IN MINING 8TOCKS.
But the flnctuati ~>ns in the value of these are so (fivat,
md of tent me* no ftrti ious, that iu the end more money
s lost in handling them than is made. 8t.ll. say what 1
*e will, the "chief d si?eof man" nowadays is to
make money!!!
As accnt of one of the most rcsi>onsible firms of COT- i
ToN BROKERS in thi&country, to persons desiring to j
nve-st money where the principal is safe and can be 1
withdrawn at any tin?e, and where it will net from j
75 TO 100 PER CENT. PROFIT
>er annum. I can offer the best opportunity thoy ever
lad to mak.> a
PERMANENT. PAYING INVESTMENT.
To show what can be done, and what I am doing, <jme
if my customers has invested, and received profits, as
ollows. :
1882. Invested.
>ct. 30. Cash $2,100 00
S'ov. 16. 800 00
-?ec. I. * 2,100 00
>ac. 10. " 1,80 > 00
1882. Net profits on investment.
<ov. 10. Cash received 24 '
Jec. 15. ? 491 36
Total profits received 1827 CO ,
That the, above statement is not spasmodical and exceptional,
I can prove t:> any person who will call at my 1
iffice. All receive the same per ceut. of profit^n their
nvestment. A. H. S. DAVlS,
ja3-lm 630 F st. n. w.. Room 4. ]
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gentlemen!
WE CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUB
gloves,
kid gloves,
walking gloves,
terra c0tta yeloute gloves.
[HEY CAN BZ FOUND IN TIIE LEADING 8TOBE8 1
OF WASHINGTON.
fisk, clark & flagq,
HEW YORK,
1IAK ERS EXCLUSIVELY OF MEN'S FINE GLOVES,
Acknowledged the Best In the World.
d20-tu&th?t
? i
Dinners, Suppers. Receptions.
To My Customers axd tiie Pumjc: j
1 beg leave to inform you that I am prepared to fur- '
ilah Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Receptions, etc., in <
he best manner. Havintr had a life's experience in my 1
ine of busin??uL and having during that period furnished
most of the leading families, la a sure guarantee
)f my reliability, and that in placintr your orders with
nit*, or Mme. Demenot* they will receive my prompt J
in j faithful attention, which has marked my success in '
the past. I am. resi>ectfnlly. A. P. CRUTCHtT.
Ja3-2w* 1804 H street northwest.
-? j
Choice Cut Flowers,
Thanking tlie pubEc for the liberal patronage hereofore
bestowed upon me. I take pleasure in herewith re- .
rommending for all occasion*, such as Weddings.
Jenuaus, Dinner Parties, Funerals, etc., my assortment
cf FINE CUT FLOWERS. Mr. A. GUDE, !
Jie artist of my establishment, will give his personal \
ittention to any designs ordered. i
N. 8TUDER, Florist,
Ja3-2w 80? F street northwest
' <
jj d. barb, ]
importer and tailor,
1111 Penney! vanta Aveoue Ncithwsst i
m
For first-clus work and arUstto plaoe your ]
dsn with the leading hooso ot Waahlngtou. o24 j
W/ NTE1)?HELP. I
WANTED?A GOOD AND RELIABLE WOMAN I*
to do j lain washipit nd iron>n*. and :.wist in the .
kitchen; miht come -well recommended. Apply at, . '
Connecticut avenue. It :
\V" A N 1 ED?A ~GOOI? GTRL OR WOMAN FOU
T l general housework; reference required; at 1006 H 1
street northwest. It 1
VIM TI P- A t O! OliED GIKL. TO D> > G1 N Er> AL
? ' housework. washing- and ironing. Arpiy at 1418
F street northwert. It *
\Y ANTKD-AOE'NTS O CANVASSK 8 lO SELL \
It lu eleirant patent article: >3 required for saia; le;
f'2i> h sinal. (lay's work. Apply to J- B?iADLEY ADAMS,
814 F treet nothwisU or M. J. WAlERM \N,
A>exa..dria, Va. Ja9-3t* 1
WINTKD-A WHITE VOMAK AS SDK-.E TOR
I l a c??ld; b?st recommendations required. Api ly
at 814 15th st.'eet, bet-Ai en Ii and 1. - J9-2;* l
\V ANTI-D?IMMEDIATELY?A GOOD <X K >K. ]
li Apply at 730 7th strev , betwe?n G and H iifiiiiac-fct
J9-3f j
\vANTED? A BUTLER WITH FIKST-CLA^S *
il city re.erenre*. CM at 1519 K street. J?S-3t*
VVANTK'-A \\HITE WOMAN TO COO*. WA8H .
II andiron. Good references rtuuirod. Audress Box
0-, Star office. J?8- f* ^
WANTED ? RKGlSThRED PHAKMACIST Dlf- 1
tares potation; flm-clsss refer auccs. Address W.
N. L., star office. VlCAN
KD?A COLORED MAN AND WIFE IX) GO !
11 to l'oston, the mu to t,ke care of horses. cuwa
nn i garden; children no objection. Address B> )ST
Star office. Ja8-3t*
WA?TKD-A GOOD WOMAN TO COOK, WASH |
11 an l iron, for a "mall tanaly. Apply 913 E street
northwest, between 9th and 10th. Ja8-St*
VET ANTED?A COLORED NUtSE FOR A CHILD; ;
11 country residence. Address Box 13. Ma *
office. Ja8 8.* VT17ANTED?A
MIDDl.E-AGhD RELIABLE COL- "
ii ored Woman as nurse; none others need at ply, to
40113th street northwest. Jao-3.#
wanted-ladie* or young men. i> town
ii ore untry, ro take light work at their bom?*; no >
esuvesrfng. oood palary. ddre s. wltu stamp, F. ,
MILLARD ft < O.. Boston. Musi., Box 5234. Ja8-2w* j
VV AN'TKD?TW() U~?T NURSES WH TE OR COL- 1
11 ored. Apply to Dr. -ALd*H WALSH, 3X1 > street n
r:hwest, between the hours of 8 and 10 a. in. and 3 to
4 p. in. Ja8-3t
ANTED-A liESI ECTABLR WHITE GIRU :
from 16 to 18 yeirs ot me. for housework. No
washing Mus. sleep home, ami h-ive Kood reoom- t
mendation. Call at 1110 F street northwest, in dif ,
store, J*8-2t^" \ti[AXT
D-A YOU H ABOUT 16 OR 17 YEARS j
ii of a?re, one who i* good atfiaruro-i and must be a
fair penman. Best of reference required. Addres> Box
102, Ht ir. flice. jaft 2t ANTED^FIITY
COOKS. CHAMB RMAI^ST ]
general workers, nurses, lsnndresses. and nurse a
girls. Bring references. I .a lies ca > sea servants at y
office, 936 F street northwest. C.E.PRICE ft Co. 6-5t* ;
VVAN1ED _ THREE FIRST-CLASS WAITERS ]
ii and two first-rate oyster shuckers. Must come r
well recommended. Apply to GEO. W. DRIVE '., 1343 Pennsylvania
avenue. Jt6-3t ]
ANTt-D-A BOY HAV ING EXP RIKNCE WITH c
Job printin* and presses. Wages $6 per we^-k.
Steady Job. 003 7th street northwest. Ja6-3t "I
"V|7 ANTED? A FOREMAFD UKYMAN AND TWO c
ii Lalwers on a Farm. Apply at FULTON'S Loan i
Office, 314 9tb street northwest. d'29-2w
W[ AN TE D^LA DIES I . fOWN OR COUNTRY TO ]
" tuko nice, light an 1 p eanant work at their own <
homes; no <aiiVBPHing; good salary. Add runs RELI- t
ALL ii arF*G. CO.. Philadeipiiia, Pa., Drawer TT- i
dl'J-3w* b
\\7ANTED-AGKNTS, MALE OR FKMALE. IN i
" e ery city and town in the United St tes; $10 to ?
SI*> per day easily mad.'. G. E. RIDEOUTft CO.. 10
Barclay str et. New York city. d&l-th.a.tu. tin g
WANTED?EMPLOYMENT BUREAU?FAMILTE8
furnibh 'd with hrst-cMss Helj>?Cooks, Waiters,
Chamber maids. General House wi r'^ers, ftc. Servants wanted.
L, C. DUNDOliK, 618 10th street northwest.
dl8-lm*
ANTED-WHITk-AND COLOUED COOKS,GEN- t
eral Workers. 2d Girls and Nurses, for this city. I
Baltimore, Pbiladelnh a. New York and elsewhere. ,
Fsmllies furnished Servants with references. Try ua. _
9*J<> E street northwest. Licensed Ageucy. C. E. PRICE r
A CO. o;6-13^' n
W ANTED?SITUATIONS ]
\ir A N TED?A PLACEAS NUlTsERY GOVeITn ESST
11 by a y Min< lady w:th aknowie&ce of German; or I
wonld *ro out to t^acli l y the day. Go^d referenr*'. ?
Adilrrss Box 142. Star office. It* H
W" ANT D?A~S ITU AT IO JTBY A RESPECTABLE ,
Colored Mnn, in private tamlly, as driver or to z
make himself generally iireful; or as porte - in store. I
Best reference given from where l?st employed for seven f
years. Apply at 116 3<i strett northwest. Ja9-3.* 11
WANTED?AN F.NGIJSH TUTLER (WHITER ~
who learned his trade in England and lias )>een
employed in a flrst-class fami y eiirkt years in this
country, dtsires a Pf?itirn in first-c'ass family on'y;
is H'rictjy term erate and haB the best of reference. "|
Address Box 79, star office. Ja9-3t* J
WANTED-TO SENATORS OR MKMBKRS? ^
P otion as priv:?t'j secretary; evening 6:3<? to 12;
be-t references. Address S .ENOGUAP11LR, B>tx 83, "1
St^r office. JH-Gt* J
\V A N I ED - BYREfPEC I ABLE COLOIO D W
11 rnin-a situation as coachman or waiter; good ref- ?
erenccs. Ad iress Box 15a, Star office. j*8-3t* T
W ANTED-KY A KhSP C ! ABLE WHITli GIRL, I
" a Situation as nurse and to make herself gener.diy
useful. App.y at present employer's, 1913 I str et "I
northwest. i J*6-3i." J
\\T AN IED?A LAI/Y OF YEARS AND EX PERL
11 ence v>fll act as cba{ierone or travalinfr com- ?
panion to a lady desiring to go south this 8?'asou; bo-it
of city rcfereuc.s ?riven and required. Address Mrs.
SEtyEN, htar oilice. Ja6-3t* ?
IV ANTED?PL AC K.S ^OR COORS, CHAMBER- I
11 ini-id*. Nurses, Housen en. Driverv, Waiters and f.
IV>ys, witli references. Women servants can be seen at
office. Liceuhed Agency. 926 F street northwest C. E. "
PRICE. d!8-4w*
~ WANTED?ROOMST" 3
VV"ANT D-SOUARB BOOM. WITH~ OR WITH11
out Board, by i.ady witti refare -e s; terms mu^t
lie moderatn. and answer immediately. Address Box L
1 i 1, htar office. It*
YC A NT K D ? TWO THCNTIJ^IEN ANDTHKnt a
It wives, desire two eomfortab'y furnished front w
liooms (heat?<i). southern esi>oi?nre, in a north"ru fam- tl
liy who will furnisii fij>?-cl?i?s board. Location must
t>o convenient, neighborhood troo.l. Housj well kept
*nd furnished. Parties pernianent, if suited. Board- ?
I'iK-liou-< keeiiersn-od nr.tapply. Kcferenwexchanged. "I
I'li-a-e *rive terms. AddrespJ. Ii., Star office. Ja8-2t* s
WANTED?II<)USE8! S
?TANTED?A l'i 'UNISUED HOU8B. FOB DESIR- i
~y able tenant, until 1st June. WM. P. YOUNG, <
1120 Nev.* York avenue. Ji#-3t _
WA.N'TED? M1 S<JK LLAN EO LIS S
TO-ANTED ? SECOND-HAND "PJGEON-HOLE iri
il Case?al?out fiftv lx?xes--with doors. Send de- is
jcriptinn and price to Box fe7. Star officf-. It* H
W_AXTED-OWNEitS OF "PROPERTY_TO PITT their
houses in our bands to rent; f<ood tenants f
ind prompt payment gnarsnteed. SWORMSTEDI" & a
BitADLKY, lieai Estate and Insurant, 928 F street el
aortliv.est. J8-3t
VITANTED?'TO RENT ik PIANO; UPRIGHT PRK- ~
?i ferred; nuiHt be in good order. Address, with
terms. Box 135. Star office. J8-3t ?
XnTED?TO BUY OR li?NT?CIGAR STORK H
in gool location. Address C. A. S. 11.. star J
office. ja?-ftt*
WANTED-^TO BORROW v2.c;t>0 AT FIVE PER ~
cent on property worth tivo times the amount. i
No commission will be paid. Address GEO. WHITE. ?
Sfc r office. Ja8 3t* *ri
WANTED - A SWISS LADY JUST ARRIVED "3
from Europe, wishes to give lessons in I>ench m
md German; no objection to an engagement as visiting jt
ffoverness. Address M. N., 617 3d street northwest. A
Ja6-3t* el
"VkJANTRD?IT UNDERSTOOD THAT OUR AP- =
11 parat ?s for Stamping Is nsade by our own hands n
?nd eccurate machinery, enabling us to do work for
ladles without making them pay for New York labor. I*
Tjt ritf.is of any kind luade^ind stami ed. I do not trust _
ladies costly goods to unskilled hands and apprentices. -
"23 years practice." Stamping half the price charged H
elsewhere.
di6-lm PKINCE, Practical Stann>er. 10^9 F street.
V*fANTf:D?UPHOLSTERY WORK OF ANY Dt
il scrii'tion. ?
A. H. CHASE ft BRO.. 1
o7 Next to City Post Office. J
V\T A NTED-STK AM CAltPET CLEANING WITIL
T out w hipping or injury to your carpets. Orders by
telephone. 616 Louisiana avenue, jv. H. CHACE ft
BRO. e6
\\TANTED?CARPETS TO CLEAN BY THE AITTO- ^
ii matic Steam Process; ths best in the world; no in- 11
Jury to the tinest fabric. . Orders by telephone or other- ^
wi'^e to SINGLETON ft HOEKt, carpct dealers, 891
Mcrket Space. Jyl4 ^
\\7ATN"T KD - L. RICE, 490 MAINE AVENDB
11 /southwest, Cleanii Carpets better, with less wear
and tear, than any other tirm in the city. Mattressus
remade; F<. titers renovated; Furniture steamed. Or- ~
ders by telephone. inl
ANTED ? TO ANNOUNCE THAT JOHN E. tt
BEALL, Room 4, 1420 New York avenue. iB a Commissioner
of Deeds for Every State and Territory, U. ?
S. Commissioner, Examiner and Notary. Always in
office from 9 a. m. to 5 p. El. ni'-i
WA N TED^-YOU TO K NOW THAT I SELL A FIRSTT ~-m
class Tailor-made Second-haul Suit, much better I
Mid agrettt deal cheaper than a common ncwBUitcan n
U bought, at L
JTJSTII'S OLD STAND. "
Ko. CIO D Ptreet northwc?U B.?New Clothing we \r
sell cfceaj/er than anywhere. jan!9 0I
LOST AND FOU NIX =
fi?Tf REWARD-LOST. TUESDAY MORNING, tp
-L January 9th, a bunch of Keys, near the comer t
3f i th and (5 streets. The above reward will be paid if
left at the Star office. It* jJ,
OSC-ON SUNDAY MORNING. BET W KEN fa
Epiphany chur h and L street, a painted porcelain ~
Breast-pin. A suitable reward for its return to 1337 L T
itreet northwest. It* J
Left in the national theater, at mati- ?
nee, Saturday, 6th inst., a Lady's Black Russian I
FT sir Muff. Finder will be rewarded cn leating it at *
510 13th street northwest. it* tii
? ? so
[OST - JANUARY 8th, CAMEO EARRING
J Finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving same at T
167 G street northwest. It* X
tZ? FJ
LOST-MONDAY, JANUARY 8, A BLACK ST. Bernard
Dog, (white (Mast), between 8 and 12 T
lionths old; answers to the name of Prince; hai on tag X
No. 1.222. fS reward for hi* return, or any informa- ii
k n leading to his recovery. 1120 T street north- I
. 9-3t* ^
LOST-SATURDAY EVENING-A POCKET-BOOK. R
containing about IS, by a person in need, probably _
>n M street, betweenTthamTgii, streets northwest, pi
Pleaee send or leavQafe f?5T3th street northweat. and J
receive reward. Ja8-St* in
f 08T OR SPRAYED?FROM 623 BAST CAPITOL ?l
1J Street, a small Black and Tan Terrier Dog. Suittble
reward will be patd foe hi* return totfia above
lumber.
f OST?ON. FRIDAY. JAN. ttTB,~A YOUMQ TKB- "l
Li rier d<y (8c^?t<?h aijd Bkye), c?{ar dark grey, crop- J
^ ws? writable I
irm-fl if rutuniril tn 1111 IfThrln ftlaart hihmi JafT ir ds
' t "
mr
f F?R RENT?ROOMS.
E?TLS*iti!~UKS!L ?W*K? FOR A GEN.{ij
A !_ J)OK^t.ln wlltim Jf, it 1416
1th >trwt, IxU BMi O iad P northwmt. Ja9-St?
F|,,.l' KENT?AT No. 1015 14th STR ET?VERY i
, 'n' ?'J* ?f Rooms. on first floor; one of the ,
f&irsss."' X SJaSS"""
AT 421 M STREET NORTHWEST,
ru-t?h^V ^""'^edParlor and licd-room on first Soor.
it ? i i~iy *Mi.g?ntlain?n or a doctor. On swi?JCi
? lnrKV front, wi:h com ra nul cat in* room, j
odern imnawmenti. Terms moderate. Ja*-lm* J
AND BKDROT^M. FIRST .
, V r ?and9C>, e'i' furnished; also, other Rooms for 1
loUBekeepinjr. a: loOi E street northwest. Ja8-3t? |
P(twnnfH^7ATfii7/lT!,I.STIiE" NOKTHWEST.
furnished suite?va nor. bo room an5
rlvate bath?with e eetric bells and all modern con'emeuoee;
moderate prioe; raferem em. JaH-'Jt*
P?l{.RK>T-TWO MCELY FURNISHED ROOMS I
, second floor and also three on the third floor
:MSr&?ssKS2'er: avery *?*?? ^'tSv1 1
|-4V^l| .R? N ?TWO VERY DEmIRABLB-ROOMsT I
^21 fi?t loor; cn
2Hh . 1^? f,urPUUed Bedrooms, second floor; all
*1434 p*M*3rlr'*'V?3f*
Er9*X?l!T? M 20i)? 14th STREET. SUITK OF j
i h Ufn^,??d hoontt, on lower floor. Rent low
neat* family of adults. Modem im^roreP?
KKNT ? HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
rr oms BiMje and en suite; home has modem?.
mn? ??*Balont to CapitoL 238 North Gap- (
*tre't- Ja4-?r |
FnJL^K^T^L1634 I 8TREET NORTHWE8T;
near toe Arlington, suite of lanre Rooms on first
iwr- ^ 111 ba rented separately If desired. ja3-6t*
P>RRENT-KLEGANT APARTM?NTS AT 027
MwtneV n "r square; south
"a'tf. *! a weetera exposures; opon trrate firew, ,
;aUl- &c- d2!>-2w~ j
3#?9 M STREET. NEAR THOMAS
fwsfi furnished rdoms on second floor;
elans; south front; it!rate family of two j
5KNNKn^sr?S2?^ ?:,*rd'Jf desired. Apply at
ttank.
FOR RENT?HOUSES. ;
??_2?r ELEVEN boosts and
? ?^ T near the Patent Offlco. or. i
?rW h^n?i>*rVr* ^urnb,hed Pr unfurnished rooms, or
>a. t of hause. Applj' on premises. Ja9-3t* I
C*OR RENT?HOUHE 1513 10IH STREET NORTEE
r west; 9 rooms; hot aud cold water
L-M- Saunders a bro.. i
Ja8~lm 1103 Fstreet.
P-Lki-nT~J2J2 ? STREET NORTH WES E^DF '
Louse. with elKht rooms and cellar;
[^"^roimpirovements; rent|36. B.H.WARNER.
'* * street oorthwest 3t
F^ln^ S?^.T-HVS?IiE l117 10th STRE-T. OAS I
^ wa*ar. r?ut $30. Inquire at 026 Loulsana are- i
? Jafl-lm
V,KW HOrsE, NICELY FUR- i
P10^6711 improvemente. References re- !
luirel. Apply at once, at 238 North Capitol at. ja4-6t*
P?,P i -a veuy desirable new ;houseT '
itv in northwestern part of
imnlw 1h^2?1k *tD ,?*rr1yehouae 411 "Une?ecOon. '
nquxre at 718 15th street northwest. d27-2w*
poll RENT. " "?
M>?r8.$40.50| 3017AIst..8r?..m.!..?.(H? :
IK-00' 81130th si..store... 20.(K)
7re-- 2?-??| 50923dst..6rs 9.00
I6-80' W^thst.. Bra .... 8.00 ;
2500! 402 26th St. 4rs 8.00 ]
1*05 RijowKt.fiw 8.0l)
2523yt^dartst.... 7.00
,nWp^1is^I>ro^prop^'for^e- j
J123 Corner ^^^PTX^t^inrtii^st.
iTOR KENT?STORES. .
OF THE BKHT CORfcERs"IN
?h VSA\"SSriljSd. ES2SS SJ: ;
flLCOr'^SS^fJS^y0^' AWyto WE.S J COTT fc .
or ih^rt. sUte Brokers, corner 20th and I streets 1
1 Ja8-12t ;
I^H?T-^QRE BOOM. SPLENDID SHOW j
?
PV'?r,uEi!<TT"^.? OLI> DItc<; STAND. COR. EAST '
itore\^r TOTCMU yeals^19 * h** ^ a "^^wfuljDrw
,nR Rt i- M. SAUNDERS k BRO..
Ja6'gt 1103 F street northwest. ]
niOB RENT?STORE 1927 PENNSYLVANIA AVE- ;
J aT WILsW Vlth Apply
j?-6t* . ' Koom *' over B"1* ot Washimrton. J
FOR RENT?OFFICES! ^
?fnT~TWO ^AROeT CENTRALLY LO- j
> D^^AVI?jsnv,Bi2.if/? street northwest. Apply [
LADI> street norttweat, or PAI .\E f
PV,!liiR^l_^ESTR^BLE
OFFICE AND BUsf- 1
Cncss Rooms m our building j256 F street liofth- J
T\LEF. 4c RUfHERFOHD. S
Ja 3t Re?l 1 state and Insurance. j
rOR RENT-M[3CELLANEOUS j
P???Ki* jMi>*H*TI?OSOWl? sob mi
int It ?n ?^Midaom? one and fine toned;, would 1
^l?vto/d,gs.t?Arra?
H1TS1NESS CHANCES? 'j
v i
to,s?? '
Ja8'8t* BAM. K. FORSYTH. j
~ RESTAURANT AND iTXTUKEi" <
Apply at southwest corner 10th aud C streets h orth- 1
? - Ja8-3t* ?
Q,UIT CLAIM3-" "QUIT CLAIMS.'' " ]
0?>K AT YOUR TITLES TN EASTERN PART OF 7
THr. CITY. ~
^ tie a ,rrcf,t mw,y defective titles in this section I
l i v.air c,u"d'1 f <l?it c alm fron the C?rron heirs ?
hU-h I am prepared to furnish at a nominal i>rice to ,
ioae in absolute posee^siou. f
THOS. E. WAOOAMAN. 1
jag Im 911 F street northwest. J
70R SALE-RARE CHANCE?STORR DWELL- ^
Fixtures fur ? (Jn?tsery aud Liquor Store, on 1
( I \tykV v 8tf.f eta" Inquire of I'ETLR 1
I LAWYER OF EXI'/RIENCE DESTflP" A 1
yjyj ?
r ! ]
i (hoice reeidenreH and sujiedor building slt>?s which *i
ould command the attention of pJwhK*. ''
ik fo. homes or in^eittment. The tendancy ii. values upward,
and Uio"^ who buy cow will gt?i ncL 1
ouHea and lots in the northwest and in all j>art? of the I
J' (1-30-2 w ti
IBOiAL H.\TFi OF INTEREST AITOwvn < iv
n^rket rates'18 Con^-hVin ,u,>nds,)0,,t'ht and sold ^
mokey to loan. i
no LOAN?$7, OHO AT FIVE PER CEN^fPERAN- P
L num three or more years. Apply jit
tfitt THOS. E. WAOOAMAN. P
Jl *" 917 F street northwest. a
i ERW : HOT'S AND DOLLARS TO L(?AN FOR 1
L three years, in snniB from $500 toJ3,000.-at t? and J
11^' cent. No commissions. Address CAS'f stir 11
-ctl JeC-3f &
f.300, f500, Jl, (<00, "I
\ i ? ^2.?00. ti. r'oo, f5 ooo J
IKO. law?sums on first deeds of tnist. Terms modi <<
dVJ l^r attention. E. A. MoINTIUE. 918 F. ?
LflONFlf TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY 1
rM in biuiib to suit, at lowest rate* of leant <^r. J
rnse and witiiout delay. ROB'T. A. PHI ELM'S n
1428 New lfork avenue.
|j|ONEY TO LOAN. ~ ? |
ON REAL ESTATE. AT 5 AND 6 PER CENT *
R- O. HOLTZMAN. A
Jill 10th and F streets northwest. "
HAVE MONEY TO LOAJ; IN SUMS TO SUITT" ]
AT LOWEST RATES OF INTEREST. c
No delay where security is good. ^
?10 _ O. C. GREEN. t?
- m 110 D street northwest. U
^JONKY TO Loaa. "I
I have MONEY'TO LOAN ON RE4T. riTATif i. j
J^of ii'om $100 and upwards, st lowest rates o/ia- ^
Charge, moderate. No delay. t-oi
B. H. WARNER,
?16 ! rtreet northwest. ?
LfONEY TO LOAN. ~ 1
" sums to suit, at Jowwt ratos, on approved rail
'tetc secuntj'. FITCH. FOX & ffiw ?
"'4 1437 Pennsylvania avenua. J
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. ]
IOTEL FOR 8ALE?ONE OF THE BEST BUS!? ?
ness hotels in central iVnnsyl vania; well furnished i
\ MCIV8 of tu?!endhl land connected; depot at door ?
>nts for fl,500 yearly in advance; in ivrfect order! s
vner .2 years old and in bad healdi; borimr for i>e- >
o:eiun near property; would exchange in part for farm ?
residence in Washington. J. WIGHT MAN,
Williamsi?ort. Pa.
"BOARDING. ^
><K)MS AND BOARD-TWO OR THREE GENT g
\tlemea. or gentleman and wife, can be aecom- n
octaied with pkiasant Rooms aud Board in private a,
tnily at 445 New York avenue. Ja9-2t* %
IOOM8 AND BOAR ' > FOR GENTLEMEN AND their
wives, or for siurte trentlemt u or ladies, on "
asonab e terms. Apply at 2012 14th street. jOs.* Jj
^IBS-CLASS TABLE BOARD, r? PER MONTHJ W
\ regidar breakfast and dinner. 36 cents; three meai
kets for fl. Also, Restaurant. H. I. EL WOOD ?
uthweat corner 7th and E streets northwest. JaC-Cin "I
3URNIPHED ROOMS. WITH BOARD.-TRAiT ?
?erutS?^errV"1"1 room' 81 to fl- 50 per day. 8. ?
LAGLER. 316 Indiana avenue. d28-3m ~"
TtxcEixENT table board may be ob- 5
li tained at 1413 K street northwest. dia-lm ?
^JMONT house-change ofproprietor: fr
L Firat-daaa teb>e; pphte and attentive servants; very ?
eirable situation for families. Kates: (2.50 and fi *
OJp i'rop 186 and $40 par month. E. W. DE3p (
JAPANESE GOODST |
r JAY GOULD, 4*21 9rit 8TBBET. BETWEEHD S
n, eto. AtoOb new Inias Card*, Scrap Fiaun?/otc/o4
for sale?houses.
V?OR 8 A LIS?
r V18 16th STREET NORTHWEST.
_ . lOpiwite McHwrpon Bqiiwt,
Handsome three-story Brick Residence, with back
Nn:dinr finished throughout in flr?t-class manner,
contains fourteen wtim and every convenience. Lot
16 feat 7 S inches by 106 teet to a SO foot public aliey.
Apply to lUOt*. J. FISHKR & CO..
Ja9 Iw 1324 K street northwest.
jpOR BALE?A PARTICULARLY Wt.Ll.-BlILT
A and conveniently-arranged lrick Dwelling. 12
room*, bath-room. and cellar under whole bonw; een^ ljyjncaletl:
cheap at f 15.000. TYI-t K * KITHKKFORD,
Real Estate and Insurance, 1226 F Btreet north*e?t.
jaft-St*
JpOK SALE BY
EWORMSTEDT A BRADLEY.
lir a Est?tk Auknts,
_ MB F Street N. W.
No. 207 D st. n. w.?3-story brick dwelling? $4,200;
ptnisH cash payment.
A 2-st>ry brick warehouse, No. 1206 D st.n.w. Good
Investment.
Fine 3 story brick dwelliug. No.945 K st. n.w.
One of that handsome row on M at. bet. 9tb and 10lb
S-rtory and basement brick. Mauxard roof.
Oilier houses and lota in all part* of the rttj.
Call * oar office and jpet our For Sa*? list. Jaft fit
tH>R 8ALE ? A BARGAIN CERTAIN -A NEW
M. three-atory house, every convenience, la a rapidly
Improving part of the northwest. Leas than ?4.500.
Inquire of the owner. 986 Fat.n.w. Ja8-3t*
jpOB SALE..ThU
very bandaetne brown atone front DwelHuc.
1421 K street northwest, being on the north aide of the
treet. overlooking McPherson 8<iaai? and one of the
moet eletrible proj>crttes In the city.
O. C. GREEN.
J*3-2w T10 D street northwest.
J^ORSALE?AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE, FEET
X front, on 19th street uo-thwest; thres stori<? and
baeea.cnt. hard wood finisbj price. $7,01)0. F. H.
SMITH * SON. 515 7th stre*. Je?-lw
FOR SALE?IM6 5th STREET KCMTHWESTLarye
three-story Brick Re^ideuce, with store and
bakery, with large lot. This nrcnecty will be nokl at a
irreat banrain. THOS. J. FIS3EU A CO.. 1S34 F
street northwest. Ja2-iw
ImSALK-BYJNq-iT riTESCoffTREAL Esl
hk broker, H18 F street northwest, four new
3-story bricks modern improvement*. 22d street, between
N and O streets northwest, H. 000 each. A large
Dumber desirable building aites for Halo, inolutlimr
tuanyfrnntnges for rows of houses In excellent l.*calit;ea
in Uw northwest. The time to buy is uow for the coming
season's improvements. <l3U-2w
I^OU SALE-A SUPEK10U~"l)WKI.LING (Tn L
street, lietweeu 15tli and lfith streets northwest,
first-class and cheap. at S15, 000. An elo*ant 1 >welling
on P street, overlooking Iowa Circle, built by the owner
and occupant, every way complete, $12,000. Call on
... . JNO. A. PRESCOTT. Real Estate Broker,
d30-2w 1416 F street northwest.
I?OR SALE-BARGAINS-HANDSOME THREE^
story press-brick front Howfe, stone triruuiimrs and
ittjts. ten rooms, modern throughout. In splendid condition,
with lot 18x140. on U atroet and near A vex; tie
f*1*; price fB. 500. Great bargain in two-story aud
back buildlnir press-brick front House, with l*ick stable;
seven r oms, cellar and all complete, neighborhood
ftrst class; price $3,OOO. Alao. two-st- ry and basement
brick House. seven rooms, bath. cas and water, located
r>n 17th street. Dear R. price #2,000. Also, a handsome
Dew DwelUnir. near Dupoot Clrde, at a bargain, terms
to suit purchasers. W. E. BURFOBlS.
804 F street. Ls Droit Buiidlay.
for sale?lots t
1X)R HA-LE CHEAP?FOUR LOTS ON RHODE
Island avenue, near Scott sutue. The lnvusttuent
rill pay W per cent in a year. YVM. P. YOUNG. 1120
New York avenge. ja9-6t
OR RAI.E?$400 WILL BT'Y A LOT ON 23D
street, between M and N street.* northwest, with Improvements,
rontlntr for flO r>?r month.
XHOS. J. FISHER A CO..
J*8-?* 132* F street northwest.
F(?K SALE-PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. BE17th
and 18th streets northweet, a fine Lot
3'*I23, with small two-story brick house on rear.
Am.ly to THOS. J. FlsHER A CO..
J?8-6t 1324 F street northwest.
1?OR SALE-LOTS AT MOUNT PLEASANT, NEAR
14th street road. JNO. B. BLOS3. Rocm i7. Msy
Uiuldinif, corner 7th and E street^ nosthwest. Ja3-6t*
tJiOR SALE-CHOICE BUILDING SITES, INDH
vidual lots end laryo frontaitee for elegant houses, in
lie best of northwest localities and throughout the ctty.
roe coming season will develop largely increased values,
liow is the time to buy of
JO? JNO. A. PRESCOTT. Real Estate Broker.
330-2w 1416 F street northwest.
for sale?miscellaneous
Put SALE-CHEAP-ALL KINDS NicF"CAR~
risKOs, BnK'Kles. Wairons. Villa* Carts, Kol*^ and
iaruess. Ac., at MKEKS', 021 G street northwest. Rexunng
attended to. Also a good second-hand coii|?eette
for sale or hire. jaS-lm
fc*OR SALE?FOR CASH?FURXITCRE OF HOUSE
I. of 18 rooms; wi-1 rent houne to purchaser ol lu.u :nr?ino*
fl lf4 with good paying tenants central and
teal thy location; rent reasonable. Aidro-s GUAY.
Itar olhco. Ja9-6t*
sale- a good saddle and Harness
Horsa. 6 years old, 15H hands high, (bay), very
* ?P well bred; price $175. Also, ou? lirvt-clftM
-t- if*????*?"0 Co?P^? and two M&tche.l Team*.
No H. GHELX, 627 t? street northwest. )a9-3t*
tj*OR SALE-A H I TLISH TURNOUT. VIZ., HANDsome
young Kentucky Mare, fast, sound and percctly
eentle??oor well in simrle or doub.c hat.iew
teo, a four-seatod Newport Cart, set of russet l-ath< r
Isniess. Covers Robes, Whip. Ac. To 1^ ^id toat
THOMPSONM
.TALLEa, 5th and O streets.
P?.R 8^L\-AT PRIVATE SALE?LADY'S ANtlque
Desk, fl5; Gentleman's. |15; AntigueCradle.
?; small Bookcase. |6; stpall Willow Rocker. $2; LaroJje.?V\ve;
Sir>Kii>v Bird, ?i, Fur Cape, $2; Muff
nd Tibbet, $5; laucy Hnoes, Dresses, itc.; G, -M
Tench S(>ectaoles, $5. <ient*s Scarf Pin, $3. Earrings,
4; ringer Rings, $4; Humpnrey Diamonds, fio Siler
Card Cass. %i; Twine Hammock 11; Antione
*8; ieathers. Flowers, Laces. Girts'and other
lothing_ Lace Curtains. $1; Slow Cuse, $2; Pa lor
k'Wcr Box. $1. 1531 Columbia street, between 8th
nd loth streets norta-jest. j9-2t
C*OR SALC?A SEVEN OCTAVE ROSEW(?OD
17 Steinway Square piano. Inquire of S. SIMM* >NS.
22 l ith street northwest. Ja8 -3t
LOft SALE?ELEGANT NEARLY LEW 7-OCTAVE
. Square^ Grand Plana, including handsome oovjrr
nd stool, for only J200. oasy payment*; cost $b$).
ipi4y at 121. B street northwest. jah 6t
C?5R SALE-TWO FS'K FIRST-('LASS^^NKW
I Organs. Mnst ixvltlvely te sold at a bargain for '
cell, at O. L. WILD & BKO"S., 709 7th street north
Jaf>-6t ;
UASH-MAONIFK'ENT NEW i
L hOLAUEGiand llano, elegantly finished Ruse- :
oo.icase richly carved le;rs and liTe, and latest modern | i
nps.,i:tcliidiugha!>d*omeembroideredcovcrnnd stoo'? 1
sed ut f..ur months; c.ist *400; owner leaving tbe ' i
't?~. Can be seen it 1217 H street northwest. Ja5
SALE?A BAROAMi-Ft>F^~ROUND CtTlT
L ner Ilali.^t, I)a\is I*:au<\ car\-ed le?rs andlvre as
XKl as new; stool and cover; 1165; easy |<avtnent?
iscoijnt for cash. E. C. WOIiCil. 1139 loth street OrtflWbtT.
J?4-lw* 1
rjOR SALK-HORSE. CARRIAGE AND HARNESS.
l> Fine bred Kentucky Horse, over 16 hands hnrh. be- <
veen 5 and 0 years old; sound, styli-.'ti, excellent t av- i
Im- in harness or und?r saddle, ('an tje driven by a 1
iily anywhere. Carriage lat-^t improved shifting seat. '
larncss nick.-l mounted. Both nearly new and perfect
condition. Apply to P. FLEMING S Liverj- Stabe,
th street, between D and E northwest. |3 6t*
SALE?SOHMF.R *: CO?3^PIANO BRAN( H !
L varerooms. SHi5 7th str<s;t northwest, where the
lost complete selected stock of the unsurassed
Sohnicr Pianos, in Grand. Square and Upright
whichever was offered in this city wil. be tomnd. 1
rices low and easy terms. Come and extulne.
d2H-3w*
LK>R SALE-GOLD AND SILVER FISHESL
Aquariums of ail descriptions. No change of water
eeded for mouths. Something new and beautiful.
fc> D street northwest- S. fr-CHAFFER. dlb-lni* 1
i^)B HALE- i'liuEi; PAIR of STYLISH MATCH^ ^
L ed Horses; als>. tV>upe and Basiness Horse-; also, ,
( "fnatres and Coupes, of all style*, with drivers
l lud Uvery; also. Horses for hire separate. 418 8th 1
jieet^ E. BURGDORF. dlo-lm* J
TOR SALE-A LIGHT ONE-HORSE VICTORIA J
L anil Coni-e.ette, used a short time. Also, several bvt
and second-hand Carriages. Repairing promptly 1
tteuded to^st Jo<iN M. YOUNG'S. 313 6th st. dl2-3m J
HH)R SALE ? ALL KINDS OF BIRDS; HAliTZ <
L Mountain, Norwich and St. Audreasburg trained nglng
Canaries aud all kinds of Fancy Blr.ls for 1
VAry cages. FREB. ZLLLER, 231 Pennsylvania J
venue northwest. uo 3m* i
rj*OB SALE-A LARGE STOCK OF NEW AND L
second-hand Carriageis embracing Landaus. Lan- 1
auletts. Coupes. Coni<oVtt?, Coupe Rockaways, T- J
arts. Fancy Business Wacons, Phattons, Jump Seats, a
iuggies, Ac.. Ac. Airent ror Bhston Buckboard Car- J
?8,Slrin? prowplly attended to. RoBT. H. t
d Ail AM. Reisxdtory and Factory, 410-416 8tli street *
orthwest. 0^7 1
[30R SALE-A LOT OF FINE IMPORTED CANA- f
L nes. Mocking Birds, I'arr-. ts. IJ.rd FkkI. Cages i
c.. tie., for sale ( heap at the H:rd store, liaa 7th strea;
orthwest. 8. HARTBRECHT. o24-3u:* t
PERSONAL.
utiVATK pnmmvi mhosct, so? sth
L stroet nortliv>est. iiehuble lnformatiop furni^hel A
I all raecs; consultation free; wih call at re?idenca ?
hen requested; all busmen* strictly coulidential. C. E i
hnder. mhl5-lOai I
If ADAM ROSS, HIE LONG-KHTABI.IhIIED. RL^
fl. liable Clairvoyant i=rd Astrohwlst, gives Vtt-r 1
disfaction in all r. tta-is of hfe tban any one in tbe pro- ^
ission; tells the past, present and future destiny ?nves <
dvice and i se;stance on ail matters npperuiuing to ~
i sincss, love s.id matrimony. Ali. in l m<.i hi.k Calu 1
atisfaction iriven or iio pay. Consultation Kouau, 40J J
1 street, above D street northwest. g2;\ 'i
specialties] 1
no THE AFFLICTED-I WILL CNDERTAKK TO *
L cure Hay Fever, Catarrh. Mtlaria. Asthma. Drop- *
r, Womb Disease, Itheumatlsm, Paraljsis. or ?ny
nronic Disease that has resisted the influence of "
edH iue or pronounced incuralile by the best medical ?
>ctirs. Consultation free. J. 1EAKN, Maioietic and
edual Electrician, 144? Pleree place, between 14th n
id 15th street* northwest- Ja5-6t*
Lf RS. H. F. WRIGHT. MAGNETIC AND CLAIR- \
?. voyant Physician, has eminent succcss in treat.nir "
Mto and chronic diseases (both mental and physical) a
itbout mid:cine. Rooms 600 6th street northwest. *
|an2-lm* * n
Lf ME. BROOKE TELLS Aid, THE EVENTS OF c.
'J. LIFE. All business confidential Ladies and <ien- c
men 50 cents each. 408 L street, between 4th and 1
h streets nortnweet d"i8-2w* tl
fRS. LACY. WORLD-RENOWNED FORTUNE ~
Teller. Medical. Business C alrvoyant, born with H
oond sight, tells without questioning nsines, dates, J
ents, personal description, character of absent S'
lends. Satisfaction guaranteed. 930 E street dl3-4w R
K
)THO m. AND QUEEN EMMA. THE GIJPSEF
FORTUNE TELLERS, are encamped 1
Parlors it No. 90a 13th st. n.w. 1 bey Pave tesfti- J
oftiels ftom the elite of Entfiand, France, India and &
?United States. nM-7w* 9
\R. ROBERTSON. THE MOST RELIABLE AND w
/ longest established Specialist in this city, with 30 I
ws experience, will guarantee a eare tn all iHnspnj *
Urinary Organs, Narv. -ws aad Seminal Weakness
lmKfca>^snaed_Wedi>esdayw and Satnrday^ Awt coTS5^^^r
1
I North Liberty street, BaltimorD. Md. Kfartsi Msd u
Mttive treatment for ladies. cM4u
_ EDUCATIONAL.
WOWrSBOOKKEEPlW-EASlEfTT f>H ?RTE*T?
II beat. Moau* of atudy nno. W?? |?nm?shin.
etc.. |3 i m^uth. O. * IlOwS. 10J(i "tl. hmJ,
Hoar* lr.>ai 1 So to ft. and 7 to 10 p.n. rJ> 4m'
<IlLEC V BO ARD Mi AM> DAT ~8CHOOL EOS
?3 young ladies and chii.drkx.
NORWOOD INSTITUTE,
121? and 1214 14th street. 14th stree? Circle.
A fuU (\mrw ir liiciinh. Ijm u. French. Hi mm
Mathematics aud Natural M.ttv. Munc. Drwwl .*.
Prtnfanir and Daacititf-*u at re* mabie ratoa aud fcy
the bust nietho.U.
Me. a Mrs. wm. d. cablll, Principal*
_ . , t>TTrm*TY or Vimtwta.
.. T?'* HMinwMd take pleasure tn rerommevMine to
theconfidence- of the frtsud" of education MrVlL
LI AM r>. t AID LL, of w a*hiurt*?B <'<t.v. D C. He to
KDOWH to lilf illld' rp'^'iifkl ft 1-brilMlftO llf Utl>
iiiMi of giMl worth, i wmsiiw administrative talents
or a hi*rh o der, ana extr.hit ng uutiriutr anal in the dierhai"?
of tin- duties of auy trust which may U conAdad
to him.
J AS. F. HARRISON. MD. .NOAH K DAVIS,
Chairman of Faculty . F. H. SMITH
J. 8, DAVIS VIM F I'FTlSw.
8. O. SOUTH ALL, NCUELE iivER*.
tjFO. FRF.D K HOLMF.8. JOHN R VkiiK
CHARLES 8 VtSABLE, JOHN B MINOR,
? t" tAoLLIi. ?
J OHM. HoPtWI ri*mCH?ITT.
?l* WTHJJU D: muf
y**i?***** *2^ one of our k-adiujr schooSl
1" \irnlma. Mr. (aball i? a renttenian of h?b soelS
|H*ition. of ttiiCsual attainments. and of rare euertrT.
*?ot fall to >C vo prominence to any n lniut with
which be may eoon?ct himself.
_ - B. L. C.ILDLRSLEEVE.
Tor ftuther refevmee or Information address
M?. * MM. WM. D. CABELU
Memltri of Conn > ?"?s and ctb^nw?hvar a taui<o*?*y
home<4 culture and rflnsioeut forth*, r <teu*fc?5St
* OUlJ 1? T*11 ,00,U1 ?4 "<e the Princtmls. at 13U
14th street, 114th -e? reet circle > No paiua wlllbe apared
to execute the wishea of parents and to advance the
beet internet* of their child run in atl thinjr*.
Roferenoae?Pri*uineut and dtotiniriiisb*.l cit<acti?of
tbisclty. memliers of Ooncreaa ana other* >anrt-lm*
INSTRUCTION IN SHORT -HAND TUfsf>AY?
and Friday a, from 8-to 9 p. m.. at Spencerian Bost?,?A^le*T
^ w,d D by IW D. A.
BROWN. I-njll? received at any tioia. Ja*> Sin
Madame oci ama wwill ~
Ia'wnmw In Inatnimontal and V,x*I Motur
v. . clahbk* In Italian.
> 313 J8th etreet nortbweat. jaft-1 m*
PMUOF. AND MH8. LDCIE* E. C, COLUKttE*
EiiKliiib, F.r*?u? h, and Olaaalcal
BCHOM, FOR BOTS
Will re-oren 8rrTKnnr.it J*. 1881.
At 1{?3* I street uortbweat.
FuU eorj* of tearhor*
For full |<artic ulare and circular add reap
L. E. C. COLL1F.RE, A.M.. Princti*!.
Mrs. k. a. chambers tTefs MXAsulurtH
annonncintr that i?ic ia prej??red to receive a tttoBed
number ot pupils in thorough t ujrliah branches.
Knrllsh ( ranimir, Elocution and Mathematics specialties.
lernm moderate. Sr-eclai hours and terma for
adu.la. 60S F street north west Metropolitan r?ra
paas the door.
c w. flynn. a. m., PUVATK Tl'TOR, "
MsOiemattca. l^n^' O^l^Fmu-hO^^T^St
l?v^IKO CLASSES. ?S A MONTH. AuITH|
NSTRrCTION IN SCIENC* K ; M AT I! KM ATlOS
&d*
northwest. d*-5w^
Ij'BF.M'H LESSONS.? MLLE. V. PRCD'HOMMIPS
| Pnpiia learn to converna in a abort M ich
l?iue taken witli the pronunciation ?nd the elocution of
the L*n?rufcre. Pleasaut Evenirnr Claeat* tor T idlM
aud Oentloinen; Morulmr for Ladiw. 3 13 for Voun?
Indies and Children. Daily French School for IltUs
children. Kindergarten syatom. New term la January.
13J3 K street northweet AM
GAKF1ELD UNDEltGARTEN AND TRAIN!WO
School. I near 18th <ra?t; Primary, lnt?-ruie<ttato
ana Advanced Claawas. experienced teaotmra. thoroturh
work. MRS. A. A. OODEN. Prindiml. dll Sm
J^EW METHOD FOB PIANO AND blNUlNO.
. PROF. DE WOLCWSKItS
shortest And beat naw system, savin# yaara of practice.
rradintf music at sbrht. training voicsa to the
culture for oiieras, concerts, etc. New anuria* <-lasaaa
? n?J? opaned at Prof. D?< Wolowski a Muaioal lusUtiite.
1110 m street northnt, corner 12th. <tft
lint/ LEPH1NCE. FROM PAUin, AT 15Xi~j
A'l n.w.. will five Con vfrttatioual French Leaauua
at her own and poivla' re?ndii?iic?. Aluo, o[>en Evenlna
Hlfr""?'. 15tl? January. Price mivtcrata.
Call at 6 o'clock p. m. dR &w*
1^?ADKM018FXKE BRITN.
A Native French Tea-ber,
dlS-lm* 715 I4tii street.
conservatory of music- at
^ New Halla. cor. .th and D u. w. Entranc*
<07 D at. Foarte? nthyesr. D.Hn<\ Onrtn.
\ oice, Sinriiur. Moljn. &c. Twelve teaichen. Free
advantages. 0. B. BFLLARD, Dired.n-. nl8-2m*
Lessons in Kensington and Xbraser*
Euibroiiierv (nvni by Mrs. V. Ruebeam. 21 It
itoun lary atreet. private reeidenoea. and at Mrn. 8e4ma
Thursdays etreet northweet. Mvnda^s and
West end dancing academy.
Northn?I corner 19th street and Penn. are.
h l6Ct cltHM Monday and 1 huoli\'; Kctrulir (/Uh
Tucailay and Friday; Soiree WedneHday. <>19-3ui
'V lOMMENT ON paulf. a PARIS." OR FHFNCH
\y oonvereaUon pleaeantiv Uuvbt. quickly mastered
b/ i npila, by Prof.lJ. LARftoyl E. a naUve. aaradn
ate of Aorjv-nne Un1 vereitr. Parts, and a former teacher
in the leading oollepea of IV^ria. References. Mr. RoUSTAN.
lT??icn Miniater. 913 Q atrwH i.orthweet. o!4
Madame che\*bemont ( graduated as
Teacher at the Aeademle of Paria University of
r ranee) haa resumed her leasoaa In the French Tan
*nd in claaaeB. 'lenna reasonable.
<0^ lilh street north went. o7-4m#
SPu BCSINES8 COLLEGE. LINCOLN
C7 Hal. Bu.i.lintr, corner 9th an i D ctreeU. Daj and
Evenmir Sesai.miL for the education of sons and daughters,
aud iuen and wr-men for self-support and real Ufa.
The branche*- taught are the Enrlinn Laagaiff' Buslnewi
Arithmetic; Sp?nceri?n Practical Peiirnansmp:
Bookkeeinutr by aii^re and double entry) adapted M
erery variety of biiKinew, Butaneas Practice, wbotoaaie,
retail and barkimr, eoiploytnif th* methods at
aoc.Hints, biitdiiens |<ai>ere and Ctirn-spondenoe. adotttad
by lvadimr bu^ nees houses. Physical and Vocal Qulture.
Poatacal Economy: ?Vimmer?4al law; Btmineaa
r.thlcs. Sj^cial dei artnienta m Elocution. rhon<vraPhy
and. Drewintr. In charm of Uwt maetera. CoOeM
own Al OLiil 2(<tk, fur the rece;<i.?u of *tn iente for
the year, day or evonlnjr. Tuition;?My the year, la
uoiithh lUMtnlimento of $10. $ti0; by the quarter, twelve
rtAKH, f.l); year Pcb?"nrHliiy lor day or evtiuiiy<, imrrhaee.1
on ent?*rinir. J-%0; er?-n,nK tnition. thr?* months.
Fife: eveniiiK tuition, one ouuith. W. The new. hanTyyyi)*
illuftrate'i Collem .Announcement, c< mUdoiof
luil inforiiiittloo, sent tree u^.>au application by m^uL or
at the Collefre othoe.
? . HENRY C. SPENCER, Princli>al.
8ARA A. SPENCElC Vice-Principal. atil'j
MISS AMY LF'A\ rTT. OF BOS1 ON7tF H KR
Instnunaantal M.mic and Harmony.
aaureaa j44 s street n irthweet. Lcm. one re-unitd >?iiDPLi.ber
4 th. dll
Je. wtif.hi, ORGANIST. TEACHER of piANO
and\OCAL Ml..SIC. iwticular atteutiou to tieQtfinnerx,
cs w<*li an thoeo wishiiiv' to be guuhtiod for
Perlorn.orb. Terms mada'atc. < S4 12th street norUtVJ-e"5m*
Musical academy. 1721 dk sales streist7
between Connecticut are. and 17tn st. n.w.
Principal. J. p. caulfield. Mus. Djc.
Studies resumed September 14th. auff
LSatin, orf.ek. mai hematics, natohalscT
ence atid Kmrhsh. privately or in class. Htudeata
l>rej>ared for Coll .<ie and competitive examinatioua.
Addreaa A. JANUS. A.M..
Coluiubian Collera.
DENTISTRY.
DR. STARR I'ARSON'S, DENTIST.
43a 9TU STREET NORTHWEST.
Office hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. in. Teeth extracted withwt
pain. BlK
DR. RANDALL PARSONS. Distivt.
4'j? 7th street northwest, ov.-r lUllantj-ne's Book
tore. Gold fclionfs a specialty. Gaa riven day or
?*trht.
Dr. &loeber. dentist. ~~~ ~
^ . C26 e Street Northwekt.
^ italizxl Air by the Hurd System, for the painless e*?
ractioi! of Teeth. mu^3
DR- T. M. TALBOTT. DENTIST, No. 4S7 7TH
HtPewt, three noon fnun roruer K. Deuli^try in all
ts branches. Teeth meertuxl $7 per set. All work war
JanlJ
HOWLAND DENTAL ASSOCIATION. N<\ 211
atreet, three door* no-th of lVrinsylvauia
ivenue, eaet side. Hereafter extractj'His under
Sitreus 0*i.l<., without pain, will be fl for the first
ooth and 50 tents each additi<aial to<ith at tbesauiA
itdnjr. l-:*tractiou? without tras, 50 ceutseach tooth
iest Artificial Teeth made, $7 jusr isot. (iold aud
unahraui Fiihu*rN frun fl to f?. Ail work warranted
;r?t-< ia^?. Have adm;nntte:?d Nitrua.^ Oxads to o.er
iO.tXM) pbtients,
(I'aUentx cominr by car will be furnished free tlrketi
osj.dfr.,ni tlic offic.) n?21
PROFESSIONAL.
A RTIFICUL TEKTU MADE REFORK AND INtm.
?*rt?-U iiumediataly after extracUmr natural tnetiL
< ii a spici.did t-tioccss. Modern methods and skill in all
l-unches of Dentistry. Moderate toea. DR. 1HJNiALLY,
F stretTt northwest. Ja.'1-ly
\B1IF1C1AL EYES, JS, $10. THE ii
Gtoast s; tl Boxwood Tnenuntueter; that $7 Field
iias^; (7..">o Pearl opera. HEMPLER'S (The Oi4iciau)
>kl Stand, 45.1 Penns> lvania avenue. d8
L| ADIES,
OH WHAT A MISTAKE
o suffer with Bunions, when by ca ltmr on Mrs. Dr.
lewmns, Surveon Chiroinxlist, you uaa have them
lermancutly cured.
Mrs. .Scitnutsis here I?j' rrqueat of some of the e'ite
f Washington. New York snd Boat.>u, wh hav e been
reate<l at her t Ou'e in raid cities. Mrs. Saiumes haa
ad fifteen yearn of suceeasf ul prwrtisu.
Reliable testimonial* ?f extraordinary cures can b*
ad at offiw. 501, cor E and 13th street* northw?eL
ver florist's.
office hours 9 a.m. to ft p.m.. or la'er by api>ola(ieut.
uft-Ca
El AST FEET. Etc ? DAILY WALES IN THE
yen air and snmhine oxytrenlr/ and decartiouiae
le aysteui. thorouirhly promjotinir health and longevity.
nd Da. WHITES' twenty-one consecutive years of
nccessful practice In Waahii-irton, I?. C- enables
Exiuislte treatment for Hard am Soft Corns, Bumona.
'<ub and Inverted Naita, Frost Bite, Yaeculsr ExcreaMicos,
etc., etc. Refers t) the most eminent phyrfians
aud auiveons. His Chireiiodtol eatab istmatnL
416 I?tm. a\T., op?. WtHartTs Hotel, is patronised by
ie elite of the world. Office boura 8 a.m. to6 p.m.
Sundays 10 a.m. to I p.m.) Office fee f 1 per visit.u28
rHE UNDiRSIONED HAS RESUMED HIS
office boura in Wanhinrton. at 1209 l'eunsytvania
renue, everj,- Wednesday, from 1 to 4 p. a. GEO.
EDLING. M. D.. Huryeon in ohanre at Mary laud
re and Ear Infirmary, Baltimore, Md. oMn
V- M. S. PARSONS. MEDICAL ELECT*1CIAN7
fGalvanic ana Electro Vapor Batha, Miaaaii fla raid
a movement^ Marnctic Treatment. Ac. Htmrafroia
a.m. to T p.m. Ia2T F street noiUiwet. oC-im*
removal.
cunningham. hatter.
m removed to ?U htkIAt ?Q?jawW. tot
fOB CHEAPEST (U>UESAND DOLMANS. '*
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