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THE EVEN L\G STAR, j
WASHINGTON:
FRIDAY. January It, 1S.M.
CKOSBT & H0YX8 Editor.
The Evening .Mar hat a regular. permanent
Mua fi'ie daily circulation mure than treble
that of any other daily paper published in
Washington, and rqnnl to that of all the ,
- j'uprrn iicrp auqcq iutr
Thf isLAH <-fSo* ! * connoted with the Telephone
???hin??<. Advertisements, onlers for the paper by
m.it and oUiffViiMt. r.rwit. or ujr Information or busit
* can be Mat Jay or al*rht. free of c'naroe.
Tb* Double sheet To-morrow.
Stak win be l*.ued as usual In double-sheet
r eight-page form to-morrow. As these Issues commacd
an extra edition they are luort acceptable to
*>l\ crtlsf rs, i*l>o will confer a rarer by smiling !n
their uftlers early to lwure insertion and ciasalhcatton.
THr iVr?(tiial Tax Qu?-?ttOR>
An analysis of the character or personal property
now taxed in the l>.strlet, SvS returiied to the assessor.
shows tae following Items; il?>ney, as reprobated
by caab and securiti- a, In Land, jtJTsa**1: ]
bous. hold effects, f233.?); insurance, was,. street
laiiroad and sto;k.-> of ether corporations, hotel
fttrnitsre, Ac.. nrr ha;:'tl*. as valued by
dea'.er? making returns, *4.wa?.?5n. Total personal
jro^.Tty. $ll.u&.44&. "A'lth the exception of the tww
Br>t Items, aggregating }j.i03,iV'. or about onetenth
of the whole, the entire remainder of nineteruos
wlil coutlaue to be taxed uuder the new j
llwnse bill, though in a different and mure accepts- I
hie form. Taw figures aboveconclusively refute the i
eu^oltMa cry that the proposed change unloads the
burthen dl the rich upon thf- poor.
Then, again, e\?ry lieet^ed dealer Includes his
outlay for license aa apart of his expenses, and conWiU'.Mtri
are reverted to the inevitable proposition
ox political economy, that th?y pay all imposts.
1 be strength or the hctase bill lies in the desire [
of th>? peopi- w be pay the taxes that they should
be allowed to pay tbem in that way.
The Stak called attention several day3 ago to
ihesuffering in the DtetUct, due to the extremely
fid and stormy weather. Public Interest has been
awakened thereby to the need or help, and steps
tive been taken to furnish It, Tne meeting called ,
tor to-night e t the Masonic Temple by the i'lstrlct !
Commitvilonerj should bj fully attended. Statements
will there be made ?>f the 'acts of the situation
and ah opportunity be given for those who are
ohai ltaiy.f disposed to contribute to the relief of '
the need?. Tbe people of Washington have never I
lail-d to respond heartily to any well founded a;>- |
peel cf thl* sort, and there is no rt>i*)n to doubt j
that they wl.l come forward now with their usual '
promptness. readv to glv<? money or any other form j
or ail requisite to the relief of the hungry, shiver- i
tog poo at tbi< inclement season. The dlstrlbu- '
t. :n of the alms will, no doubt, be entrusted to I
persons of experience and Judgment, who wl!l .see
that there is no waste nr m'sdirei'tlon of the fuud. ;
The fully crganb- d Associated ?. ha: :ties 1 avedone ,
e\cel!enr wdrk in th? p^^-t. and would peemtotje i
the prop er channel for th^ distribution of he relief
f-nds, aldt"! by the poi! :e f<>rce. who could give Int
llig?nt advice as to the merits of the cases or
appeal ivr charity.
The Senatorial content In Mary laud setms {>t this j
Stas;<i to oe anybody's gume. There are a l;w_re ;
number of Hic:.h!'"iU3 m u. field, with no onees- j
pcviaily prominent. sjfH-akin^ in an equestrian
new. it is Ur<?>m ag.iinst the U irl horst-*. Until
within a day or two t:.? . u " was tor Keating.
|)ut his strength seei.is to be fading. The "Ep.srjrn
Shorer insists that the ctndidate shou'd come from
Its st-cUes. but cannot tgree <-n who the msui shall |
h-J- Rob^iwoTi baa the largest open bucking, but lie I
1- cIob^j r Bv red by w agon, v.:tn TtwaaBagood j l
t.iirl. *i rfc.'UVl -ses are talking of nominating j i
j. i cac Jidate. but throw in; their ro^es for some j
d'lnocTtf who will promise to treat them with i
grateful woaaideratiUi? The balloting l<egms Tues- ;
day. ! 1
In Kentucky a newt lament has entered into the '
Confftct fr< --i t'. e pparent willingness of Speaker j 1
Carllsie to let h!.s friends u?e his name. While i 1
t iki^g n>?a;i ar? In the w-ar;As, the Speaker fe.-ls j]
under jio oWJgattona to fcrbld Lis Mends fToin '
yu-:.ir._7 M chlw% and If el.?ted he would.no j i
doubt, ver wliyngly accept the senatorial office, .
even It tlie con'ina^J asce:: laacy of tbe democrats
1m Th-i Hi use admitted hTa re-electlou to the chair.
?
IT there Is ai;y une t>rt.'P<Litton connected with oar |
C1*H ? -vice r xs!i)-?s ;ii?>n uhich the whole coun
try oug it igrei-i.t i-_ as to the reas<>aableness i
ar.-l J i-r t l:l-* letter-c irtiers' plea to Congress !
;g -.i bv put up ri an ec.ual footing with other J
j:jv 'rr>ment >i- yes, us to leaves of absence, and 1
4? mcn-a* of their working forwe. No branch of ;
gorefnrnviit >. "vice is har l-?r worked, more faithful, '
or poorer pa:11:: m tne letter-carriers, upoa whose '
act-vi.r, intelligence s?nd integrity v> much do- !
In bu-lp>.->s and domestic llie; and no j
person s' cvld. ftrnl we trust no one dfn?s. be- i
I An WWMb Mtaatta from their ar- (
c jous and evicting duties. Congress ought to not
trdv grant t!ieT request, as m ue. but it might!
With srr?. it propriety gi a step Tartner. and add a !
Lttle * aetnihu" to their pre-ient rat-rs of pay. That i
Is a m? ^-Tire t ..at toe whole country would very i
drdlally approve.
The farmer has beaten the miner in the California :
Sourt*. tor 1' >ag t!'r:e the debris of hydraulic
inning h is r ? i (t<>a . :iL;e . iiiu-1 cniptiou from
tbe g!-'. l an ? -lA.ver li'oant-Uj.s that overhang the
rumen'a vailey, and it hts become Unahy a [
light for tbesurvi\al of the fittest, ' "he court now
dKld s that the mining cumpaules have not the
ilirht to prosecute their business In a way to ruin
lac prj'jrrty i f tneir neighbors. Tiie jttcuni.iry
Issues at stake are eaormous. as the decision virtu- :
iilly puta :U inj in::ioii ou n..n'.:ig in the Si-.'rra
5evada~. . Th- case will undoubtedly be appealed |
w the Supreme Court, so thit a tinai d??'.siou is |
sr.ll vjiae years distant.
? *
He are now the thlrJ country In the world for
aggregate oe-r dr'.'.'cin.'. O.ennanj leads with a
pre-Juctlon of 1.041,2T5.c*d gallons, England follows
v.tth mi. a'.d v.e otu next, a bad or uood
t w it?? -JTc,..O.OOl). The ptr ut^ifa thirst of out
p??>pl?* 1-. ver, small xs com p.-red w?th that of
fc eral c-ii; rr.es. in i.i rm i iv the consumption
i"*-' *ea?l is 1 - i i. \\j t na irts ? ye**r. or. there arc four
or nw g!.?? ? in a .juart. aboui two glasses a day
lor e.^ery man, a amm j.i child iu the country.
* rute .or bcltfUm. L u'ever, is even higher, the
nioia.v.-l. v\?e be'.tig quarts per head.
i*.!igiti!?d in t~lrd, v\,^ ^ r .> ; of l~1U, and th^u !
luere U a drop t. U. io. ihe ra's In Denmark, our I
average eoa.->uui^i.on i3 >j.\j qu^i-ts per year.
? _
pe'sj: -!. - v - - j . i* iy xh** conclusion that
ai? i.;i.e,. -.ii .,. v.^j to be i i b^ ib-ssrs. I
kel. 'j. lit.. Ujc thoa thre?- tj?- i
jf?ess.ne:! have t>??r? Ua'ded l*j Cn'.iimaa JJorruon 1
astue sub-cj;?murtee vf the ?ays and meansoa i
' i I'i. ur.il i^WS i:e duties Oi this dl- |
vision i t iuj lu.-.j.: t-.e ^r* mereiy technical, hoa-ev.r.
?U'* Ue- i.vtu*le the rev.sl m of the tariff,
a1 i4r. yiorri?u > re, is sol relegated to j
any w: tae suU-'omf Uttees, but utu be conquered, j
Iiv;a tlie sior:. la ; ill cosiuiittce.
? r
Co: 3<*ence li ex->re>3? <i that the bAnat') will
r-'-liy the comn.erci.il treaty v.irh ilexlco. but Ike
ifiiiir oi t.Jic r.r il ilng ?.> e\>>.re? next week,
Saturday, and a-? ir.i d'Kjutnent touches "the
t>n.y i'.T.r.g : ;r j- arouse such '.'ppoaitlon as
to lead to its defeat. 11 e chief objection to the in- !
sirum%Tit is r.iUrf-: bj the Lon:s:naa sugar lt.ierest, ,
Wi?o leas : e C'lL'j^v'.,-. n (f Mfcxlro und-r the i
tr.j-y. 4t hi jaix however, that tne.se objections
bav?- nwn, to a J ?-r. e at leoot, met and oveicom*. '
II so its ci..?n^ - oi rat.'u oon is
(J:.nn li." Ar-iold, while it.
p?i? on. v?-. e. on ? ? ?,s i.n i^x I*ruiee-,?jr
ChCrauli. ot anuo.er, .v. > . ttj
It is SSM also th..t be Ir.teads ta :i\g lessons In
P'ajt"!u->:i. u'. i r I'i jij.jnn L. Sullivan, of flar ard,
ur - s the At.-ertwan a?wiq?^.rs l?t upon
bt - a httle.
_ ? - ---?
Afl>*r S rna d-_ ky t;,e Coiuatouw?alf b Club, ol
Philadelphia. ^bieh banquets Carlisieon thi* :dne,
teenth mutant, tu:? b: uadeti?d its invltatlnu to include
"piiah'.r" ilcrri^n. But It dra'- s the line at
Watteraon.
A man In Vienna is accused or r ?bblng and then
m.irder?;.g four .irLs. Uv Is nMtb< r young nor
gi>ad looting, bui he u certainly a great lauyKUler.
Pifiis -IitlDSlECK
in
FIPEB "SECCUAMPAOXES.
I*? MOtaT y.VVOBITE BKA^*D8 IS TBM
CV1TBD STAatS.
9k? 36v*ywbenk df-3n
iJ
OU GLASS',
NINTH an a F STREETS.
ANNUAL SALE OF CCrfTON UNDERWEAR.
In orening onr Annual Sal* of L*d3?*' Underwear. w?
desire to aaU it. attention of our patrons to the fuMowM*g
facts:
ever? garment we offer is of our well
KNOWN M.AJvK. is ni#1e full si2-', is petfeCt in shape,
is thorougtiy made, al.d is b?auttf ully finished.
Thf> prices named will. <m art nut, plena* the Ladies.
anJ move the funds rapidiy.
CHEMISE No. 35. H?*vy Cotton Lace, trim med
faced sleeves. 23c.: former price. Si .J^e.
IHEMISE No. 75. Cluster-Tuck front, plain band.
best cotton. 43c
CHEMISE No. 31. Wide Fiesta. Cambric Ruffle
trimmed aeck and sleeves, best cotton. 47c.
C HEMISE No. 24. Fivi? clusters of flue Tucks. three
Hamburg inserting*. Embroidered Band and SlePVtts,
ouly 50c . former price. 75c.
CHEMISE No. 39. Tucked Yoke, Fine Cambric Ruffle.
only 71c.; former price, 90e.
DRAWERS. Hearjr Cotton, wide hem, cluster took;
25c.. former price. 3THe.
DRAWilRS No. 34. Twoclusters of tucks, wide tuek
between, fine cotton. only 41c.
DRAWERS No. 28 Two clusters of tucks, puffing between.
Hambur? trimmed. only 77c.
DRAPERS No. 27. Two cluster* of tucks, tucked
cambric. ruffle trimmed. with Torchon lace, only 81c.
DRAWERS No. 48. Cluster tucks, flue cambric ruffle.
only 43c.
SKIRTS No. 28. Wide mffl?. with clrster tucks, two
ciu.-?t'-r-> of tuck- above, with wide tuck between, 9jc.
SKJRTS No. 40. Deep Cambric Flounce, two clusters
of tuck* aouve. with cimbric puflEl"ur between. only 99c.
SKIRT-? No. 10J. De?p Flounce, with two clusters of
tuck*, two clusters of tucks above, with wide tuck between.
ouly.
SKIRTS No. 29. Wide Hem. bias tucking between
two clusters of tucks. 90c.: former price. $1.13.
SKIRTS?Walking, at Cc. 50c, 5Jc, 65c. 71c. 75c. 79c,
Ire.
i^GHT PRESSES?Four clusters of tucks, fina cambric
ruffle, trimmed neck aud sleeves, lined yoke, 89c;
former price, if 1.
NIGHT DRES?ES?Lot 273 Seven rows insertion
and edge. twu clusters of tucks, trimmed neck and
Sleeves. $i ouly: former price, ?1.25.
>"WMT DRES8ES. Four cluster* of tucks, four wide
plf-at*. and cambric ruffle down front, trimmed neck
and ulc^res. itnr-d yoke. $1.47; form-r price. $1.89.
NIGHT DRESSES. Four clusters of tucks, puffin*
between JJaiiburg down front, tacked, puffed, and
trimui'd sleeve*. finest cotton, only il.Cl.
NIGHT DRESSES. Three rows ius? rtion and edge
down front, trnmiud neck and sleeves, $2; former price.
$2.39.
Ni'GUT DP.ESSES. Four ten-tuck clusters, five rows
insertions auJ td>r?" tnn rae.l neck ana sleeves, lined
yoke. SI.19. former price. 41.45.
The atove represent only four or five ararnients in
each line Every garment iu this department hue been
rednon, and we believe the prices arc the lowest yet
named.
DOUGLASS',
3*11 522. 524. 52b Nimh sibxkt.
We AV ould Call Attention
OF CLOaE BUYERS TO OUR LARGE STOCK OF
DRY GOODS.
BEST CLASS and prices will be found to compete with
H'J ROCK BOTTOM litres to be found.
We have rare bargains in
BLACK SILK VELVET8.
Twenty-eight inch, all silk, at 39. Also, some
VERY HANDSOME BROCADE VELVETS.
We have marked down a line of COLORED OTTOMAN
SILKS to $1 50. These goods sold at $2.2$. This is a
special bargain.
EST"Bargains in all Departments. We invite inspection.
ONE PRICE ONLY.
TBUNNEL k CLARK,
811 Market Space.
L. BEHREND'3
BALTIMORE STORE,
Sft? SEVENTH STREET N0RTHWE9T.
We are overstocked. The goods that ought to have
been sold are ;still on hand, and in order to sell the
itock at once. have determined to reduce prices to cost,
SOME AT LESS THAN COST.
SILKS. DRESSOOODS. SATINS, SILK PLUSHES.
VELVETS. BLACK AND COLORED CASHMERES,
SHAWLS, SKIRTS AND CLOAKS. SILK AND ALPACA
UMBRELLAS. BLANKETS. CASSIMERES,
FLANNELS, SHEETINGS AND DOMESTICS Of all
kiuds.
Also. Underwear for men, ladies and children. Hosiery,
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Dress Shirts and Canton Flannel
Drawers. Ima*?nse stock of Corsets, in great
variety, at cost.
It will be of interest to everyone in want of the above
to c;ill and notice the figures at which they will b?
marked.
L. BEHRENDS,
jail SOB SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
J) IANO TUNING AND REPAIRING.
FIRST-CLASS WORK. PROMPTNESS AND^Ff'R
RELIABILITY. M?I??
V BEOLKR
^ S01 9TH STREET NORTHWEST.
WM. Pf'HAEFFER a SPLENDID UPRIGHTS ALV;
V^ ON HAND. EASV TERMS. Jail-3m
A (Jard.
^ e wish to call the attention of our customers and the
public gvn^taLiy to the fact that we h;tve made some
irr(?at reducti <us in the price of some of the ir ost *jletraut
in oUr stock, having a much iarger assortment
of expensive goods on hand than usual at this seaBon.
We have (Concluded to make some extra low prices,
aud as our assortment of EVenloff Dress Silks, Lyons
Colored and Black Velvet*, elegant Black and Colored
Froi.ts and fc\*-mng Goods of the newest and best styles
is probably iar_-er than any othvr stock in the District,
au early iuvi ?ti^'artion of our reduced rates will, no
doubt, be itt ouce appreciated by those in waut or firstclass
joods. The go<jds alluded t j have all been remarked,
and tha lowest possible price is oa each piece
in plain figures.
W. M. SHUSTER k SONS.
919 Pennsylvania avenue.
The tebt is the cheapest. )al0
^ e 3Xake A Specialty Of
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE
as a
WHITE SWAN MINNESOTA FLOCR.
GEO. E. KENNEDY 4 SON.
No. 1209 F street northwest.
Foreign Fruits, Table Luxuries, German and French
DclMc?t s. ?c., kc. jajj
Fresh Imported S.alad Oil,
t- a Gallon. 30 cents Pint.
GENUINE BARLEY SUGAR
For Cooshs aud Colds.
FRENCH GELATINE. VANILLA BEANS.
GERMAN POROUS PLASTERS, 10 cts.; 3 fur 25 eta.
At KLOCZEWSKTS Druir Store,
_ 423 9th xtrect n. w.
Now Is 1 he Time To Insure.
BIGGS FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Insures Buildings and Personal Property in the
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ONLY.
M. W. BkvkI'-iijoe. President. Thok Hvdk. Trea*
V* S Ihomv.-oji, Nice pres. Francib B MotftTS, Sec.
Trustws: M W. B^veridge. N. W. RurchelL T M
gsn^otL K K Hutchliuna^ Thomas Hvd< . John Jay
Kr. 'X. Urn li Morrison. John Sherman. \Vrii S Thoihl>sou
' ia^ 1:-U F STREET N. W? Washington, D.C. J^7 6t
HDP IT A MM MAI OO NN N DDD o53a
J> I> II AA .VMM MO ONNND D& 3
J> D II A A M MM MO ONNND D 8SSt
1> D jl AAA MM MO ONNND Da ^
DDD II A A M M M OO N DDD
WATCHES.
JEWELBT.
SILVER STARE.
PLATED 1A BLEW ARE.
FINE LEATHER GOODS.
BRUSHES, ERIC-A BBAC.
FANS. OPERA GLASSES.
CLOCKS, UMBRELLAS.
CANES, JARDINIERES, ka
M. W. OALT, BRO. & CO.,
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS,
hit. PENN. AVENGE. d31
Prime Salt-Water Oysters
Fr?ah-opene?L arrived dally from Norfolk, on Cherrystone,
Ne*- York, Uun Haven h%f.
p T?r"',n- Clams wWlMto
dUt-lm 621 B Street uofthw^k.
FFBEUND,
CONFECTIONER AND CATERER,
7C-J Ninth SnuesT SoETnv*sT,
d-l-im Washuoton. D. C.
Just Two Lots. m
I
oct lot of children* pmw tmiimto ,
overcoats. to flt csilmex 1% TO 7 ftiSl
of aos, nldfely made. serviobabbe nn
wakm. we opj*k tffgif at
$2.75 EACH.
lot 8,564.
i we HAVE just FUROHASBD AT A BABQMS '
arxrr-EioHT paiu or good sebtictasbfi
pantaloons. "rtie sl2es buk from aa Waist
to tt Waist measure, and aia size
lengths. THE co lob A HEAT DABK OBAT.
WE OFFER THEM AT
2.90 A PAIS.
revised prices prevail in AXJL DEPARTments
our livery department contains everything
that is correct for coachmen's indoor
or out-door wear, eitheb readymade
ob to order.
a. sak9 & co.,
retailers op the finest clothing,
Ja9 816 AND 318 8eventh street.
I Given Away
at half price,
| the entire stock of overcoal!s and suits
.
OF
THE MISFIT STORE,
corner tenth and f streets.
$8 Men's Overcoats at 84.
310 Men's Overcoats at 35.
312 Men's Overcoats at 36.
315 Men's Overcoats at 37.60.
3^0 Men's Overcoats at ?10.
30o Men's Overcoat* at 312.50.
830 Men's Overcoats at 315.
810 Cuainees Suits at 85.
315 Business Suits at 87 50.
$18 Suits in Caasimere and Cheviot at 819.
$20 Suits in Caasiniero and Cheviot at 812.
8*25 Suits in Casaimere and Cheviot at 815.
$3 Pnnts at 31-50.
84 Pants at $2.
86 Pants at 83.
Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats in sum proportion.
Men's and Boys' GOSSAMERS at 82. 82.50, 83 aod
83.50, Just one-half former pries.
( ___
THE MISFIT STORE,
corner tenth and f streets.
|3T*Be sure and cOine to the corner 10th and F streets.
JaS
IVid jVIosquetaire Gloves,
I GLOVES. 6-Button length.
GLOVES. ENGLISH?* KZD GLOVES,
Embroidered Backa,
$1.00.
GLOVES. Our Noted Kid Gloves,
The ELITE,"
il.00.
id gloves,
All Sizes,
31.00.
GLOVES. Evpry Pair Warranted.
"PALAIS ROYAL" GLOVES,
81-35.
gloves. kid morsq vet aire gloves
8- Button Length,
81.50.
GLOVES. The New Kid Glove,
The "MANCHETTE,
$1.98.
GLOVES. KID MOUSQCETAIUE GLOVES,
10-Button Length.
31.0S.
GLOVES. Gent's KID GLOVES,
EveningJShadss,
GLOVES. Gent's Iid'gLOVES,
Enibroiierf-d ***"*
81.50.
GLOVES. Gent's "PARISIAN" GLOVES,
Embroidsred Backs,
81.75.
GLOVES. Gent's BEST KID GLOVES,
Flak. Clark A Flaggy
3125.
GLOVES. Gent's CASTOR GLOVES,
Reduced Price,
? ~ 81.35.
GLOVES. Ladies', Gytt s^ Chl^en'g
S *BelowGCoet.
.The Palais Royal would remind its patrons that only >
the Bes^Gtovfli fte kept in stock. We tw mloves oft at
the eotater in order that a perfect fit may oeraaraAteed.
Glovtw mentioned in list above oome in all the neW
shades for street and evening wear. Button Glovee kb
atoulc from 3 to '25 Buttofts.
PP P 8ss. rrr l
p p S R R L
PPP ala ls88s rrr o y a l
P BSSS U R LT.Lt*
1117-1119 PENNSYLVANIA AVENGE.- Ja5
Edward Caverly & Cou
1425 New York avenue,
PLUMBING. HEATING AND VENTILATING.
A Lam Stock of
RANGES, FURNACES, LATROBES, GRATES AND
FENDERS,
At Low Prices.
jobbing in all these lines promptly ati
Ja5 TENDED TO.
I am at it still.
i am still at it.
t. b. cross, j*..
Office, Mo. 819 Market Space,
(Board of Trade Booms.)
coal and wood and lumber.
Priaciffel Office, Wharf. Depot and Planing mul
Foot of 4th street east.
Branch Office, Cor. 8th and M streets southeast.
Telephonic communication. Ja?-6t*
CHOICE STOCK
or
WOOLEN*
Suitable for the Season.
W. S. TEEL,
TAILOR,
Ja3 835 PENNSYLVANIA avenue.
Btshop*s CamphorinbCuree
Oiapped Bands, Face, JUpe or any ronghnees
of the skin: removes Sunburn #ud rtnders ttoe
Ueantiiuiiy Soft and Smooth. No TdUet comxUese
without it. Sold entirely upon its merits Pftoe,
A>c. per Lottie. Try it. ana U not satUtted retiA
the oottle and have the money refunded.
lleparcu by L. C. B1S&OP. Dftunrtet
710 ath street, comer H street northwest,
Ja6 Washington. D. 0.
Clothing Profits!
1
the only profit in the retail clothing
business now (aftd that isn't much) is in
selling plenty of goods with very shall
1 expenses. we believe that ocr expenses
are smaller in proportion to our sales
than any house in the city. we know
that our clothing is as good as any. and
we mean to sell it as low, if not lower,
i Than any, for we are the only clothing
( House that give a legal guarantee, and
should you find our clothing not right
, in price. you can have YOUR MONEY WIIHout
grumbling. if up oub WAY, STOP IN.
cume before 8 p. m
george spransy,
ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER AND TAILOR,
ja3 t07 SEVENTH STREET.
? * ? ? *
Fursi Fursm FurS!!!
AT BEDUCED PRICES.
_______
Uiuk and Chinehilla CIRCULARS from 3M up.
wmjtiT u Buorr,
J??
? 7
WAITED?HELP.
W|^ SESV^SftAflgl
W0?^, IX, OOOC BASSIST
i&^irvK'1M^^?sn"&I'?r
WtS^SS" T2f'g?%*?*!i?
^?a^- jaU-3t*
\V^2?D_A..r!?*T''CLAsa COLORED WAITER;
ii .^?!icSD^W*ll^ec,,Tnn^flil^l, ?u?t be polite. grt>WAKIT*P-W?
DESIRE TO EST A BUSH A GEN- i
?L _?i lQ Washington at *1c?iitj\ to contrtrt 1
jj18 staple article of daily ooia>umption. Any I
SSHJT^i^T,111*? 5,l"'J c,'1ta' "?}' secure a perma- 1
OT^WrfSrParticulars address OREEN- I
WICH MANUFACTURING CO., 4to \ aa-y etr*>-U N<rw !
Tor*- jal0-2t j
W^LTE?HMMEDIATELY-SIX OR EIGHT PRE^
uirli betw^n tUe awes of 10 and 1J I
~~U..r \,Muj!^,m'cornar at*i "Hid I) streets. Apply
at onceat theBox.Office. Ja9-~w I
wanteb?a reliable woman to do (test j
sma11 '"nily; references required.
Apply at 7S7 t th atr***t northwest. jaJ-3t j
WANTED?A GOOD COOK. APPLY AT 941 H i
street northwest, any time except between 4 *ud 5
clock p. m Ja9-3t*
WANTED- TO EMPLOY A MAN TO TAKE I
charge of a livery. hiring and sale stable; one ac- :
suaiuted with city an<? some experience in irosiness. j
Address Box 124. Star office. Jal<t-3t* '
W?SftOTP,Tr-r???, ^AI>ItS AND OKV
j?T if? Ai??? "ff1} to (-?'or Photographs with
ueii s Patent Water Colors; patented Jaimarv s, ishj
S?-1! 3e?IS?DeniL address for colors is Lock B,,x 2?H4.
Philadelphia. Pa Call and see samples of the work ;
Instructions taught free to all; tliis ofler will be oi>eii
for this week only. Call at the Art School, 611 12th
street northwest. JV7-9t*
\\\&^?~iJ?RJT?las8 LAUNDRESS AT
" ABNER S. i08 S street northwest. jar>-6t
WANTED-A FEW FIRST-CLASS TO UNO MEN
to jro to Texas to learn and enrage in st<K\k raising
on n ranch or several thousand acres; $20,000 ran ba
ruauc in nvc years; no lantiinp; tine sad :1a horses to
ride; plenty of irarne dck*htfnl climate: *ood society;
small capital required. For iurthrr particulars address.
^thtro-ceBtatiunp BYRON VAN RAUB.
<** " L*on Spruiirs, Btxar Co., Texas.
\Y ANTED?LADIES ORYOUNG MEN IN CITY OR
.. " country to take Dice, litrht and pleasant work at
the?r own homes ; #2 to #0 a day < asily and quietly made;
work sent by mail, no canvaesinir, no stamp for reply.
Please address RELIABLE MAN^a CO., Philadelphia,
Fa., Drawer Tl. Ja3-&f
\vanted-a cook, reference ret ired!
?T Apply at once at 1011 Pennsylvania avenue northVcst
Jai-lm
w \n?ei'-a foreman, dairyman and two !
oU ?" s f*1"1 Apply at FULTON'S I-oan !
?Wee. 314 !>th street northwest. q d29-2m |
WANTED-LADIKS and gentlemen, WE I
; Eurnish Lle-hf. Simple V ork at your own Homes,
sent oy Uiail any distance , the busings is liyht end plras- I
anf; you can make $2 to $3 a Uuy: nocauvaasUig, uo !
misrepresentation; we have a y?..o<l demand lor our |
work, and furnish steady employment: no stamps re- i
?V.lxT,Ltx-rJX'Vlv- . Address UOYAL MANUFAO'l f.' 1.iNG i
COMPAN Y, Providence. R. i,. drawer 1146. d28-lin*
WANTED-MO MEN TO CUT WOOD HEAR COLy
T LEGE station. 7 miles from Washington, on Baltimoiv
and Ohio Railroad. Apply at CALVERT'S store.
College Station. . dl -Cw*
WANTED?WHITE AND COLORED COOKS. GKN^
*> ), ''SuSfS-^V0^ Nurs'-s. for this city,
Baltimore. Philadelphia. N. w York and elsewhere. FainUles
furnished Servants with refer-tic.-s. Trj us 'J26
t Bt. n.\?.. Licensed Aitency. C. E. PRICE h CO. nl9-8w?
WANTED?S1TUATIOXS.
"WANTEb-BVA"rOUN<r WHITE GIRL. A ilTI''/
ation as Cook or Chaniliermaid; can <ive beHt of
reference#. Applj- at 202 Maryland avenue n. e. it*
WANTED?BY A GERMAN LADT, CO.^'ETENT
to teach French and Entrliah. a Situatiuu as Kv-si*
aent or \iaitinB Gaverueas, or Ccmpaniou. Address
l.., atar ottice. Jall-3t*
WANTED-A PLACE A8 HOUSEKEEPI rTCAN
v ?lTe'S.e ,1?#t of refersneea, and is thoroughly coml>eteut
to take charge of private residence: can prepare
i IJif an? 9i,s? dishes for divnefs and ?upi?eis
Apply 22? Ea!vt < 4ipitol st.. C?t>itol Hill. Jal 1-2t* 1
WANTED?A LADY DESUIES KNGAGEMENT A9
_T * -L^dy s companion or daily Governess; teaohea
flrvil-clas'. Piano and Vocal. ChAiian, French. Daniah.
Italian, and Oil Painting'; would accept board and locLrInjr
an part of remuneration. Apply at 604 K street northwemt
Jal0-2t*
WANTEB-A PLACE AS HOUSEKEEPER BY ONE '
7,T "tvustomed the car" of a larg-e house; or to
travel ^ith an invaiid. Best of reference. Address Box :
_SUr Jal0-3t*
Wanted-by a new england young lady".
*ith foreign advantages, a Situation as daily governess
m a family; references. Addr. ss P. O. B.ix 407
?J,T- Jal0-3t* ' ;
TOANTEIJ-PosmpN AS ORGANIST OlTcHOIR
?V Master by DAVID S. L. JOHNSON. 1119 10th
Street northwest. Itefefs to Epiphany, Holy Cros* st
John's and St. Luke's churches J ja7-lm I
vstanted?a first family^ young lady;
' nieaiber of church, desires Position as lady's compawonortoan
elderly couple, whet* she can act a *i
ouuKhter^s part, is industrious; a mull salary; dty preraferencea.
Addreaa Bex CM, SUr office.
wa\ted - sittations - nurses for the j
'fK* cj? ^ obtained at all hours of the day or ni>rht !
wlSrt^^ni,re07v?ii}nrtS^O Directory for Nurses, seuthweat
grow of lith and F streets northwest. d31
W ^Tg%-fLAOM FOR COOES, CHAMBERT
Souaemen, Dnvurs, Waiters and
WANTED?ROOMS.
\vanted*-twd~ut?fornished rooiullfith
ff3?
^reeperMiiflinrioe must not exceed or SiO per
month: refwreaoes exchanged. AddruM HAMPTON
btar office. Jall-2f
"WAITED-A NT CELT FURNISHED ROOM;
T,ih h^t ^ ^M?ted by a discreet gentleman
*pd lada, where ho Questions will be asked. AJdrum
Box 116, Star office, stating locality and terfn?. Jall-2t*
\v^ed-two unfurnl^edroomstwith
.'J 2?&i lo,'*t??,nj tor gentleman and wife
??q children. Address, stating price. Box
us. aiar omce. J?10-at*
\VANTED?THREE OH EOUR UNFITRNISHED
or partly IJurnishsd Rooms, by gentleman and
?f n,at hotel. References excUanged
Glre particulars and price. Address Box 167, Star
omo* Jal0-3t*
wanted - six furnished rooms for
* * n?^VJ*1*' to be moderate in rent and to lie ben^n
J?th 5?d 1'th streets and G and X. Address A.
H. C.. Star office. Jal0-2f
WA,?TJFD.~/?R A FOREIGN MINISTER. BY
''tbe first of May next, a suite of Ave unfurnished
rooms north of F street and weat of 10th street northwest.
Address, stating location and terms, J. X . Star
offiC4t- ja7-6t*
WANTED?HOUSES. !
Wanted?i ha^c"$5;w)0 ca8h anb~a"beactlful
Farm to exchatige for a Washington Residence
Addrets WTW: giles, cTty Poet Office d3i-Tm"'
WANTED-A HOUSE BETWEEN 9TH AND ufgi
* * *?? * atreets. Any one having one tot sale
please inform Box 163. care of Star office. Stat* terms
and location. d!7-lm
\\r ANTED-TO PURCHASE A RESIDENCE IN THE
'J Borthwest ftectlpn of the city or suburbs, for uuim- !
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS] :
WANTED-PUPILS IN ALL HINDS OF ART
8>IiaU^K^for&^. Und"^ paj?1tiuf. a
YtTANTED-TO PURCHASE A FINE SEC^D^
Jjf"d !?58k\*,'iItabl'L for !a*>'W; Wooten folding
dwik preferred Address Box 109. Star office. Jall-it*
WANTED-TO LEAR^THE~SPANIsa LANguagefrom
an educated Spaniard, lady or (rentleman;
lessons to be ^dven during the evening. Address
stating tenua, wUian must be moderate, Box 128 star
<?gc*- Jalllat*
WTANTED?PERMANENT TENANTS FOR TWO
' " l^g^ communicatinjr Booms on second floor- furf^a?!i??,,4le;
pmrt* city; some nearly new:
tocationpleaaant; convenient to cars. 2U 3d*treets. e.
BoaMjrivem It deal red. iall-3t*
VTTANTED-TO BUY-A SECONB-HAND PLAfI
wanted?six hundred dollars on chat!
WANTEi>DS??l-"&^T1UWlU; iater~t- ????*
WANTED?TO FITRNISH UPPER OR LOWER
sets of best Teeth for $?. Perfect flt! im 17th
street northwest. Jrt 6f
anted?TO furnish, felt weathfr
ismg&ssiaa,
F. M. DBANEY, Inspector.
Main offio?jpl F street norum^jt?*"** ""kmhi'
WANT'ED-STEAM CARPET CLEANING WITH'
VyANTED-L. RICE. 4W MAINE avenue south,7'
Steam Careet Cleaniiig \\ orks, the oldi-st and
the bestin theeity Mat treses remade. Feathers l-enovated.
Furniture steamed. Ordera bj telephone. mj^7
tktanted? to announce^that john e*
B^temwi t CO.'s Bank. 1411 F street n w
is a Commissioner of Deed* for Evety State andTeirl"
tory/BTs. OuiLufijssioner, Examiner and Notan- AlwiSi
Ifc office from 9 a. ni. to 5 pm.
WA2SS85?PHOLMJUiirWOKK
A.H. CHACE k CO.,
_2?lr_ r?r? Next t<i City Post ojface.
LOST AND FOUND.
ganftjaaft ?.'gjjer ,
' ^ Star office and
. Jall-2t*
Cn^LTED AWAY?ON TUESDAY JflGHT jaw"5T
t^j&BOE M. &$??&**&
f!^ftSrS&n!S^?h5!?f?? "BUS?
fob rent^fxats. .
"pOB RENT?
^ for rent?ro^ms!^
>^r-as2 13th street nortinv?s:&*.
jt **. rfsfis-gnit* of PaftofL elegandf luftrileti
fr>t aaj coid wiuf: onk-rowai axtaebcU. ffii-ar
VQR REXT^AX 809 E STREET NORTHTOBtt;
JL TWnlahed rooms, b?utffuUy looted. f#r fondfe*;
M*o, two attic toon* cheap Apply wifH refereadfejll.y
Fm RLNT-FIN^furnished pajuxJrsIFRO^
toa back, at &S) jvr uiontb. aldo other ittie Ttoohm,
cheap,, ?t 460 C street norUiwest. Jall-St*
FOR RENT?fTRNISfll?D ROOMS OR UNFURnuued,la
not and email, inoderu, convenient; also
Farlor floor. at W6 a at. n.w.; pent v*ry low. 3all-2t*
FOR RE XT?AT 702 10TH STREET. A HAND^
soinely furnished suite of rooms. entirely new, with
grate fire: also, a single room, suitable for two gentlemen
or for office. J?l-2w*
TC?f?i RENT-1306 H STREET (INTERSECTION
X rVnusylvania aveiiU", > Furnished Parlor and Bedaponi.
on aecond floor: will be rented reasonably to a de- i
suableparty.withoutchildren; Referencesreqnired.Jll-3* j
FOR RENT?935 K STREET NORTH^VESTTHANDsomely
furnished second floor Rooms, with oi>en
f;rate fftv and all modem eon ve\:ieTi<'*-s very desirable
ocalitv; convenient to four lines of street cars also
third floor front Room. Jall-St*
f'OR rent?two furnished rooms singly
or tugether, in northwest far of city near Connecticut
ave. vara. Address Box 73. Star office. Jall-3t*
FOR RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS, SBOouu
floor. suitable for email family ; bath-rcnam, tras.
etc. Inqrfre oir premises, at 411 lltu street nortnwts;,
opposite Star office. jal0-3t*
Pi'OR RENT?AT 1413 K STREET NORTHWEST,
handsome and elegantly furnished Rooms, with or i
without board; southern exixjsure. Jal0-3i* t
]^OR RENT-TO GENTLEMEN. HANDSOMEiA*
nirnisbvd Rooms, en suite or vinsrle. in a d-sirable
location, ou N street. Address Bx 76, Star olBca
Jal0-3t*
For rent?TWO OR TH8KE NEWLV PAINTED^
papered and furnished Rooms on second floor, without
board, suitable for a member of Congrw. at '?X
East Capitol street. jalC-3t*
For ri.nt-nea.tly furnished roomsi
modern improvements; centrally located: neighltorliood
unexceptionable; convenient to cat<9<!rs. Apply
at 923 H street n. w. )al0-5t*
For rent ? furnished or unfur nished
I .oohm. at reasonable prices to reliable party; centra!
Iivcafiou; near two lines of cars; southern exposure
Inquire at 112 E street 11 -thwest. JalO 3t*
FOR RENT-FURNISHED PARLOR AND TWO BED
Rooms, at 1320 F street northwest, near Ebbitt
Bouse; modern conveniences. Jal0-;it*
For"rent-907 m sireef^orthwest ele>
K?nt furnished Rooms: eheaj est in city- southern
exposure; near cars, hotels a id capitol. J.a-6t*
I^OR RENT?A SUITE OF~ROOMS, NICELY FUiT
nigli?a. without board, second floor; southern
exposure; private family. No children desired. 1327 N
street northwest. *aS-9t*
Ij^OR RENT-TO GENTLEMAN ONLY-HALL
Room, second flour, with all conveniences. 71011th
street northwest. Js~-lm
FOR rent-IN A NEW HOUSE-h ANDSOV ; LY j
furnished Rooms, simde or en suite; Nferenres re- i
quired. Inquire at 1313 14th s: reot n.w. Js7-2W '
I ("OR RENT-Wl H STREET?WELL FURNISHED
l ront RokIus. bay window, with very best Table
Board. Also, one Single Room. Ja4-2w*
I?OH RENT-ONE SUITE ON SECOND AMD ONE ON
tmru floor. Also, several single finely und newly
furnished Rooms with first-class Table Board or without.
At 940 New York avenue northwest. Ja2-lm
I^or rent?1416 k street ncfrthwest?a
Suite of Front Rooms, with lnrcv French windows
on se' opa floor, handsomely furnished; also, one Rooin
on third fli,dr. Location uusurpRssi-d. d:il-2w*
FOR RENT?ELEGANT APARTMENTS, FURnishea,
single and en snlte: southern exposure jrrate
Kre, Ostn, Ac. 1411 K street northwest, between franklin
and Mcpherson Squares. d29-2w*
I^OR ^NT-VERY~DESIRABLE COMMUNICATijnK'.
irout and back rooms, Pennsylvania avenu"
P'.',1",1 ,.slde- between 9th and 10th streets. Apply to Ricft.
1^19 Pennsylvania avfcnue. dl9-2m
FOR" RENT-ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOHs"
In a private family, at ?04 9th street northwest. Referenees
exchanged. ol3-13w*
for rent-miscellaneods
FOR RENT-BRICK STABLE. IN BLOCK IMMET
diately west of Lafayette Square?four staiis and
food carnage room and coachman's quarters.
, ? ^ THOS. J. I ISHER & CO..
Jall-Ct 13ri4 F street northwest.
boarding" r
Eight or ten gfntlemen can be accomi
modated st 2027 I street uorthwsst. Board and
room $25 to $r>3 psr month. Ja2-2w"
I 7 "f Pv H STREEFSORTHWEST. A NICELY
*-f furnished room, southern exposure, for
f*nt with board. Table boarders aceommodutsd. d'28-lm*
Large, airy rooms for rent at sii and
316 Indiana avenue. Also, Boarding- for three
months at sixteen dollars per month. Advance payment
Btnctiy required. , ^ 1 d2o-3m
TT ANDSOME SUITE OF APARTMENTS, NEWLY
ttreets. ni6
4*r?lHE tremont."?THIS souse HAS been
_ repainted and rerapered, and in every way put in
first-class order. It Is the most desirable plaoe to board
m the city. Terms, $25, $80. #40 and $45 per month.
houbs ana hally heated by staam. n8
THE LOcaiEL, 513 WHSTREET NORT*WEST
furnishes Very desirable inducements to permanent
and transient Boarders. Pleasant rooms for Senators
or Members. Table flrtt-claas. aull
The lapier house s.w. cor. ioth and k sts.
n.w.: best oonducted Boarding house in the city.
Transient Boarders at reasonable terms. Meals at Ml
hours. b29
Je pjjorr rflbrao booms for ladies and
J Gentlemen, 812 Fstji.w., opp. Patent office. Re<rur
MeaJ. 25 cents. 22 Meal Tictets. $6. Comfortable
vmixit Rooms for Ladies and F amilies up Stain.
and lunches served from 6 aon. toTpm
BE ALU Pro^p.
personal.
A LAWYER OF LONG EXPERIENCE IN THE
various branches of tbe practice, who has reputation
for trials ana pleading, and who has conducted the
most important mining and land litigations of the
country, ana is now able to control a large and profitable
clientage, would make a professional engagement
a lawyer of i>rattti?e and reputation. Address Box
110, Star office. jail 2t*
PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT I
wffi ?mp*y3a?3*!f ^'tss&'ikjssj*'
DRESS suits for hire?No. 414 9th street
northwest Ja9-lm
Independent detective agency and but
mu of general information.
john l. saRGEaNT, geo. w. McELFRESH.
Office, 601 D street n.w. dSf-lm*
Secure satisfactory results. all integtigations
secretly conducted. Daily whereabouts
and associates of suspect^ Jfersons ascertained. Strictly
confidential. Call on McDEVITT'S Private Detective
Agency. Rooms 7 and 8 "Firemen's Insurance Building,"
comer 7th and Louisiana avenue northwest. Take
dl4-3m
money to loan.
Money on hand to loan on real estate!
in sums to suit, at lowest rates.
i0di* ? shoemaker,
_ JalQ-3t W0 F street northwest.
Ctf KAn TO f?A*. AT LOWEST RATES, ON
?l?Uy v food real estate security. Inquire of
lIuGENE r. ARNOLD, Attorney-at-Law, 470 Louisiana
ivenue. ja9-0t*
$200, W.T w
xnd other skms to loan en Real Satate at lewest rates.
e. a. mcintire,
dl8-lm 918 F street northwest.
Money to loan " ~
In sums to suit, on approved Real Estate security,
st lowest rates of Interest Charge* modeu^e No oaahecessary
delay. 7. V. n. huyck.
t'lS 1505 Pennsylvania avenue.
J HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD REAL E8tate
or collateral security at lowest rates of interest,
o delay when security is (food. O. C. GREEN, Room L
Firemen's Building, cor. 7th st. and La. ave. u'Jfc-am
Hff ONEY TO LOAN, " ""
'?" " "ffissiewi
?^ 1*37 Pennsylvania avenue.
Money to loan, '
at lowest rates of interest
on real estate seccrrfy
THOS J. FISHER H CO..
5E? 1324 F street northwest.
oney to loan,
on real estate, at 6 and $ per cent.
R.O.HOLTZMAN.
^ ljth and F streets northwest.
"M ONEY TO LOAN?ON REAL ESTATE OR OTHER
1H.security, to sums to suit, at lowest rates of interest.
itl'N^rk a^ue?ttt ^ ^
proposals.
proposals for cut granite!
Officx or Pvslic bcrldwos aj?d grocroa, )
^AtSisaiOM, D. C? January 7tli, i^i[
Proposals for furnishing and delivering at the DuPont
Circle, at the intersection or 19th and P str^tan^rth/r11
f Cttt Granite required in the conaj*destal
lora bronze statue of Rear Adinipti^cnoojpo^
wxanua^twe^^
tMHTH, 1884. and opened inuhediatejy thereafter.
specifications, blank forms of proposal and any
i W obtainea by responsible
dealers in frftnlte upon application to this office.
Js7-6t . Colonel u\gA^ to Cl^e.
specialties.
MOST RELIABLE AND LONGESTI^tabUshed
SpeOalist in the cityf Why Dr.
thirty-two years?at 908 B street
s60thwest. Sworn to before A. C. Richards, Justice of
thePeaoe. dl2-lm*
DlC ROBERTSON CAN BE CONSULTED EVERY
Vi ednesday and Saturday at bis Office, 450 C street
northwest, from 2 to 9 p. in., on all SpMftfl and Confidential
Cases. Over 20 years' experience. Success guar
Offices private, and separate rooms for ladKa.
Maln Officv, 30 N. Liberty strewt Baltimore. Md. d6-3to
tele trades.
d a?^s5?wyrfea'6<is&u-.
tfaatbsowt mmao
AND JOB PBCTTER&
^ ^ scrap pict0res. ^
?^ W A V M. Jft. ^ A WW A#
BEST-Hor&SSJ^OB
.RENT.
1143& 11452lstst.nw SW.?f~134Sto 1343 V?t B.w t?U
...... ?4<? fith and B <*.?.?..
L'IJIKU.?.. !?.. 45? ftgf* MOO
IB* PV svtmi % 40 00 90*ynie ?t Jfcf -..?. 15 to
W ?? ?? SJ?o lift
?i ?th st.s.w. ..*.... * no ftiifn nTiayiiftrtr V n ffi
%9*i,gt s. w *. ?5.00 5l* 6th st. n. e. - * QP
6**? n st. i ?i, With lftj?4*?rt. n m lidb
tore ,...25.37 UIlflA.ar..:.. UU
>01 ^pos. ? Vs M^yiMJOsT
"Cvjg RKXT-A IV.U^. CWV TTKX1SJIED SUCK
JT HottW. trt?h TTujutTu init^ovememit. to a rafouis
I*rsou. M>y& ?* nreiaesat u'Jfi T *Tr*?t myrt\.ve*-f. oV
to. P!auo ftfr rvflt. Jail -3^
Fir rent-to a perm a Sex t ttnant-^a
nice tht*v stvry sud bsBeine nt U17 4tb street
northwest. ught r* oruat gas in ail fo^nTis, wet t In
w lwt $X. Apply to owner, 1612 5th street :io>-th>
*<*t. Jill-St*
F)R REXT-A TWO-STORY BRICK DWF.LI.IN?,
in the northwestern tk-ction of flie city. $18 per
month. Inquire at 71$ 15th street n. w. .tall-Jt*
IJH)R REXT?IIOUSE 1147 21ST STREET NOR TfT
wsst. all modem improvements. #Jo to ieriii*?t-i!t
tenant. Inquire OWXLR. 1224 Peua a\e. jall-St*
F>R RENT?BUICK HOUSE, 128 F STREET
northwest; nx r?-o:un; water, na and hath Also
Stable. In tlie rear, if desired. Apply next door j?ll-2t*
IjH)R REXT?IX THE NORTHEAST. XE.'.R THE H
street cars, a Lea t six roomed Br 1 Hocse. ?ita
Jater, hail, larjv > ar?l Relit $S.jO to rruianexit t : ?ut.
E. A^ MCIXTIRE. 91s F Htt-e* t northwest. JslO-Ct*
1, REXT?DESIR ABLE NEW NINlTltOOM
awellintr M street. near Connecticut avenue northWr?t.
Complete and attractive in everv rear*- ot
LOUIS P SH*(>EMAKKil.
_J*'O-.-t ^ yjQ F street northwest.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSES. ^ITH ALL
nioU.-rn improvements. one of fourteen room*. . U.
t? tw?-en K and'L. S176. one if uiue io >:ns. H, l* tu -? i;
9th ami J0:h. *iJo. WALKER k Wll?o>. low. F
street u. w. JalO-St*
IjHJIi REST!S37
K st. n w.. 14 rs? 811 20th st ?1S.00 1
- favion lii9 20st..6r.*s'e . 2" so !
l.L1 " >'**. fur., tn.i.. low ,*? "K 22d * .. <5 rs 2 .50
??J1 fc r* -*01 K st.. 7 rs & s'e. J?t JO
jUJF st(l!ew). y TV, 24JO X st.. 6 r* 1'. SO
oiVi Vi " i"'o V * 35150 lws * 8t- 6 re K"*'
oi ? I4 ?*v. s U1 i - (*ra<* b is. . 15 :?
f'*1,ra.4Pk?.ke., 20.W 017 MSt.. Sm 2-.' 50
J.wt 10 "J- <?0U Cor. JO i I sis., stV.. -ju.00
1904 Sherman st 30.50 WESOOTT Jt WILCOX |
_ J"9 Heal Estate Brokers, cor. 20th and I st*. n.w. ]
jpoR RENT. ' ' j
}r!"3 T Btrcet. modern Improvements 9 rooms . ,f ?.2 50
it*'" ltnh street, corner store 15 00
lo09 f st. n. w., 14 rouiiis. mod. iniprovemt tits 40 00
, . , ' PARKFR k lOWXSEND,
Ja9-lw 1419 F street tK'rthwest.
FOR RENT?FURNISHED?JANUARY 1st -HOUSE
' I'>wa Circle, entirely n.w. said by competent Jud<-*s
To l? th" best built and most lOaipleteiy hnikhixl houx
:_ts eizc in the city, lurve. roomv. well lir-Mted and
ventilated, and one of the most d<?haL/le midences in
the city. To a careful tenant it wiil lie tvnwd low for
enc or two years. Apply on | reiuises. J?a-2w
FOR REXT?
457 C STREET XORTHWEST.
Three-story, ttvelve-rooia Bock Residence
THUS J FISHER & CO..
_ 'a' 13J4 F *tretj noitliwest.
I^OR RENTM0~
X STREET XORTHWEST.
1 Urfe-atory. un*room Brick,with all Improvement*;
larjfe cellar, stationary \Tiuh tube. tc.; price, f AO per
month.
THOS. 3. FISHF.R & CO..
_ Jf1' 1S24 F street northwest.
F)R RENT-FURNISHtD- ~~ ""
Several Furnished Houees in desirable sections of
tne city.
THOS i. FISHER & CO..
_/*' lo24 1 street northwest.
FOR REXT1S14
21st STREET NORTHWEST.
A new and handsome thm-story Brick L)wvllimr with
e\ ep-convenience, adjoining toe residence of Adiuina
Calhouu, U. S. N.
THOS. J. FISHER & CO..
1324 F street northwest.
I?OR RENT- "
J010 HILLTEP. AVENUE NORTHWEST.
isew thi-ee-itory and back building' Brick Kc^jdence,
coLtamiu^ 4tlav?n rooms and aU couvtxtiiucn.
THOfci. J FI^HtK k CO.,
ja<-6t 1824 F street northwest.
V?/lr?E5T H-HOOM NEW HUCsC^CORNEE
x of 5th and O strata n. w., with all modern improvedents.
Inquire at No. 1000 O atreet n. w. d2V-2w*
Ij'OR RENT OR SALE?ATTENTION IS CALLED
to two of the most complete, ttiorouirhlv built
ileuses in the city, now being flushed, on P strset, south
side, between 17th snd 18ib, Ju^ off Dupont Circle. One
o? 16 rooms, suitable for entsrtahiin*, will ? 11 for
*16,W0, or n nt lor (1.200 a vear. One of 11 rooms; will
o\or r*nt for ^Wu * ilMr- Apply to W. H.
bJ.At K. 114 18th street. d2V-'2w*
For rent?good Frvr.-R00M hou-e! 827 7th
street southwest. per month; In food rei sir on
une street cars. Apply to R. A. PHILLIPS, l42? New
iork avenue northwest. tUa-lrn
I^OR REXT?BRICK HOUSE; XIX1-: ROOJIsrCEI^
lar. gas, bath, latrobe, fini-placaa. i:c.; j20 K street;
135 v*r month.
d27-Im C. H. ARMES. 927 F street northwest.
OR RENT?4(13 AND 415 B STREET NORTHEAST*
o rooms and all iiupr^veui'-rits, to parmauent tenant
oBly. Apply to S. H. WALKER. 630 La are d!B-2m
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS
For sale-a \"Erv"handsome 7:oupelCttZ
louiig' Mare and Harness. The Mare is perfectly
we^aiid one of the beat in every particular. Aptly at
WA&H. N AXLQR'S Stables, E street, between lSth and
14th streets. ^10-3t
FOR SALE-STOCK OF GOODS IX STORE 1U03
7th street northwept, with Fixtures complete. Store
i or rent. Mrs. M E. YOUNGS. ^JalO-st*
FOR SALE?MAGNIFICENT C H I C K E R I NQ
Square urand Han o, a early new; trreat sacrifice;
owner leaving the city; part time to good party. Apt ly
at once. Piano Eicbange, 427 10th at. n.w. JalO-jt
"|7uRjiALB?AT BAZAR AND LIVERY OF WM~F
JL OKI EH, several cheap Horses, also Carrisrss,
Uagoitt. Sleighs, Ac. Must be sold for want of use,
ait her for cask or on time. )sl0
FOR SALE?A BRACE OF VERY FINE SETTER
Puppies.6month*old; orange and whits; nurkel
aJlke by put* lavarack . Emperor Fred ExXell Kellef,
Champion Coin Ex Belfast; one black and tan toy Terrier
Dog one year old,4ta pounds; one *illoughlv Pug.
very small, g pounds. Address Box 92, Star omce.Jal03*
FOR^ SALE-TWO EXCELLENT MILCH COWS
and 26 Leghorn Chickens. Apply, belora noon, at
ioj2 Q street northwest. JalU-St*
FJR SALE-A DARK BAY HORSE, 15V*flAXDS
high; full mane and tall; weighs 1.1U) lhe tins
5,fV.le,^n4.*^,ionj.1111(3 a first-class driver. Addreff= W E
LIPSCOMB k do.. V. M. R. W.. Manassas. Va. Jal0-3t?
For sale-a frontiersman's outfit, comprising
buckskin suit, repeating rifle and ?stol. at
iBOb. Do\sLING'S Auction Rooms, 11th snet and
Penusyliimia avenue. Ja9-6t
For sale-stock and fixtures suitable
for grocery or commission business, at 946 Louisiana
avenue northwest. Inquire at the above tiurn"*r
Ja9-3t?
For sale-elegant new upright grand
llano; rich rosewood case; triple string- grand
action; best Improvements; Very fine tone berft makerfor
only fiOO; used but six months; part time to rood
party ; also, a magnificent Square Grand ct a great sacrifice
; owner leaving the eity. Can be seen at
PIANO EXCHANGE.
3a* 437 10th street northwest.
For sale-five-glass landau, landaulette.
Coup*. Victoria, CoUpelette, Coupe Rocks way.
Tour-seat Cart and severtu other Carriages aud Carts,
sew and second-hsnd. at bargains. JOliX M. YOUNG,
&13 6th street northwest. )aS-3m
TX)R SALE ? ALL KINDS OF BIRDS.?HARTZ
JL Mountain. St. Andrsasburg Trained Slngln* CanaFa,n?y
Bird*; Aviary Cages! TRED.
ZELLER, 231 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. n2#-3m*
I j'OR SALE-COUPELETTES. COUPES, AND COUPE
Rbckaways; also a laive stock of Pony Carts Road
Carts. Jump %eats. Top Pluetons. Top ana No-Top BuirJ
Kits. Sleighs, Fur Robes and Harness. P. I). SCHMIDT
& CO.. 4W5 Pennsylvania avenue. o!8-3m
F)R SALE?CANARV^BntDS?IMPORTED HKRZ
Mountain Caaary Birds, fine sinrers, very cheap at
the Bird Store, 1133 < th street nurthwest, between Land
M streets. 8. HARTBRECHT. ocv4m'
F)R SALE-NEW AND SECOND-HAXD CARRL
sges. embracing the various styles suiuble for tall
and winter use. Second-hand Coupeletts. Landauletts
and Coupe Rockaways always in stock. Call and examine
stock and prices before tjurcha&Lng.
Repairing promptly attended to.
ROBT. H. GRAHAM,
ja. JsetsssjMs*
FJR SALB-A LARGE STOCK OF ITALIAN MAIT
bis aud Granite Monuments. Headstones Vases etc
PROFESSIONAL.
Easy feet being requisite to health
and lontrsvity, eminent Phyaicians. Surgeons and
thousands of other well-known j*r(x.>uages visit DR.
' HITE'8 Establishment, 1416 Pennsylvania avenue,
opp. V dlard's Motel, for ths treatment of Corns, BunIons,
Diseased Nails. Vascular Excrescences. Chilblains
Sd other complaints of the feet. Fee *1 a sittin*
itablishsd in Washington, v. C? in 1861. Ja3
\f ME. PAYX, (late of Nsw *ork),
lTi MANICURE AND SURGEON CHIROPODIST
Fingernails beautified; hang nails and hittng <jf nails
cured: corus, bunions, ingrowing nails, Ac successfully
treated. Single treatment of either hands or feet, il.
Rooms S and 6, 945 Pennsylvania avcuus northwest.
Separata offices for laaiss and gentlemen.
Handsome Manicure cases for the holidays. nl7-2m*
"BfRS. M. A FRENCH. MAGNETIC HEALER AUD
1TI. Business Medium, hss returned snd taken her old
quarters at 1724 7th street northwest, where she will b?
pleased to receive her man y friends and ]?trons.n 15-2m*
Madam ross. the long-established re
liable Clairvoyant aad Astrologlst, gives better satisfaction
in all affairs at life than any one in the profession
; tells the past, present and future destiny; gives
advice aud assistance on sll matters appertaining to
buainess, love and matrimony. Residence. 1S?10 11th
street northwest. Cars psss tins dwor. Consultation
fee?Ladies. SI: Gentlemen, SI. oc20
ME. BROOKE TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OE
LIFE. All business confidential. Ladles and Gentlemen
50 cents each. 40b L street, between 4th and 5th
streets northwest. )el4-90w*
ATTORNEYS.
rf^HAS. J. OOOCH. SOLICITOR OF PATENTS.
v^CovinseUor at Law snd Expert, St Cloud BuildUut
9than<TP streets. Good work, gaod references, moderate
charges.
GOODRICH. ATTORXEY-AT-LAW ta* r>EAw~
born Aftst, Chicago. Advice fM. Eis-hteen
fears' experience. BtMosss quietly and l^hlly transirttfl.
iuli3
CAMUEL H. WALKERj~
uo^?Ho1^J5kBrauo
^ eao La. ave^ next to Cl&TJX
NH. MILLER. ATTORNET-AT-LAW.
Rooms 2 and 4 Gohtou TawMHn
473 LotdsUna avenue.
Residence. 340 North Capitol street mhTS
>^a>??SS^SW^SM - ? L?
Q D. BIBB, ^
ZM70BZKB Am TiOOE
Wtt AMP W1BTER OOQBB
m*i llllPi, Ave, W?Uastoa.D.a
for SALE?houses
P?R SAM " " "~
,U(5k tyt jHt? ?t M ***
! son*:?.: $g
(jmjslktaisia ss'jv.*. /:: tss
ttemyv-'*--' r fisvaffsaf-*
?k S; ; ? - w *.?* r. ? 4 igj
i >?*- w uvrv&gik&"
: if ? ole. a^. ciurtoO w a uv?
' ?rr?.!f Bound . ? tWU-wh. ?i* r>>tr.aJnde'- it r*
ffirS\-/W-t -!'? ' "fu- six per ..m
w?. P lOLNo. 1304 Ftftruat jt
: VOK SALE-HOI SKS ~~
ftjll.roo,V* lbtb n * I'rt rti idPtla ?n .V*>
, rtK'Uifc. a. w . l?."t l:tth and UUiata t i
in rj?'!!ia- ''" * i>-< *'turn i stij #t? &(..'
}2^n,*-?',i *" bet1 jth and l.th.u * k,
j 10 rooma. 10th. u w . Ut. I. ?u-i M
? w- *? ??h WHI ami it* ::; s*K>,
8 rocQna. 9th. n. * . bet M and X ?t? ~ ? 0
? rooms. Bn a., bet lltli me 1 1-11. at* ... \
* mourn. O s e . hrt. :<d *nd ?tb -t. i.,
.U '' :u ,L 1 }* h 8,8 10
? ALKCU C \VI| nu.\. l.Kxi 5 - r?ln *
**LE-<.1lf\P-FIVl ROOM HOUSE. >N T
iv??tafVJo'w<"cn *\ **** ?"ti!*tt-~ts -uthw?t. ?::<i
u'twJV. n^'Tu,ont? A* ,w" Mi'U*-" <" lath ?t
fe rH^Ur. ** *v**h. - U
' M r AKKEtt, 4 <(. and J ST-. * * Jalo-if
IJ*OR SALi;-i Ki? t |s.gw rrwv pESD ijjTi
wifbt-rvjoin modern dwiLm*. w.il Uvaied V- ?h.;
I F Jt^TtT ,T " n, Sl'ElwEK ? LIEBUiMAW. 1 *k<
* ?">rthwe?t. 4,
' }?*s *~*TRI:FT XOIMH.
" '*"* ' 10 SVK'ttl* allj llfc'li: o ?1II. ? l nil ; ...,, , ,.
Lorthw??t* JV'y to * llc,^KT XU.M l'i'. et
I^OK saleZ Jaf> - itv
of OuP^f ^wUtiiifK in 'he Uuluedia'-* ::j<M>rooa
1 le' ,u ITK* tJ (HV to
JsT.Gt T1J< >S J FTSHF.K * CO .
^ - U.i I s?iv?'t tiurtiiwmt.
I^OB SALE ELLlJ\NT L 1'J* U
tnvt nortbu^u furuUio.! or UL-urb . ,i ,!,?
*12$?J" n j"l,'"it' ,w',v" r """ t: ; l? :.? -tu
cuXr Al.i ''. U *?WvwMruu ?ul b - ,i wr,
C ? KMOKl.
__ _ 4.? Vl!ikt Ti w.
ln^'K SVJ.E -SIX BF\mn L NFtt hoi SK<~
*' ^ -rw
** w''"J"- u.*-s?'U. irirrors. *. MI I vt.
! ssf? v's ^u^sn?kfe
?(.!?. id^i j titnt t northw.nt.
| *Pt'R. 1**1-1 OK~KFST^TKhW~AXfrXi;TiSTU'
cvin?U-ti"{^n0iV C.>nn.-ti. ..r
I H I Pmp l5-1,^ 81'1" 'v f" * '- lUc* 13 at? v >
| * **\UE. 4. Coivorau Bu Uiinir U'-'-'iu
three roir nes uuout
?'lVv?i\i. Call and mm s M. WAUkEK,?'.. I ai<
1 dlOi.it
^0.f.?SA^"F'~A (,hi; Vl IUR<i.UN IF-SOLD A T
k i iLLu ?r VXr*l''rx.*'A",',<,lr ,,ru k on 1> - - ? v
mo r , m ''' 1 l?to st.^t, lot j\l. !?
>,reI:r'vt. **" ?N>. *wo -vu" - i
l o\ r^' r,tT';u ?- ' ! 1>AM
! * Fatr-ft. I t prt.?!tnd v ni.- U< lm
1,X?H 8ALE?OXL <;r !BE U\NT?^< >M VST 1: V*?
y 15 N',** l'OrlJlw*"'' tiou ct tins citv. |
twu ?oo.1 . liU rut' v , kn? 1 Iu. .... j ? |,
nnm.nt, hfcr.a painted t:5? *uj ,n cotu-BKu^s
XV ! V:JL N,j IJQ;; F * u uj.^.
ijusixe^s ch a nc es.
DW? ivOBE IN b
J location .loiuc I fair I uwaa. < ?.aii mi. !;ii- ,* j
onl> those bntiimaa n*?i ?|jiv rv
r"_a?ons for AdOrr.<* "OI'II M ' - ,
vtRy* )aiMr
WANIED-A STORE AND PWEI.LTXt* on : HI'
?. Ix-twetrii ytb m il iwh m,l llthaf.|i<(U
A.id,'. LsiumuH \x i^uTfh*^ *ltun* * ny;?fX;e#
?? ^lALT WKlaKY satifc^iAt'tciA rekv^ni k"\efi
V1 2>? I"'"0*"1 bunic?s \d ir-,~ CH\>>
?LMoRflAN, ii; tu*t Cm itul ttr.*t Uorilie??: j-.w
Tj?OU SALE
8TOCKTOX HOTEL. CAI'E V AT.
Toi* hot-4 tha largest, moat imrxjaicir a: d be<=t couPtructrdof
all tk? ou tha Atlauti.- coaot. cxslitiir
"re bundnj thousand doUao, ronUins n.-atlj' 4nu
chambers with <01 n<\^?ar> teception ro,,UiH. i*rioi>.
anii* 1 ?\* 'j anconim dhtiinr . i*ht Lu .^r .-l ..
i* <?"Jine"PS?'tl >-5"1 kj,t bru u.-iiifi-.i fot :
era hundred iuore. in tb. r- uirh r. air. *in, a k.h
r*L? la?t year i*y
* .l!i P eneinevrB. at h JaiVe outlay
JbLK\^a,iu^<'>.k",', 'D ?w*-?-iaaa roinlitioti lin-n
"V )ii,r.ur l" th'' Btaudar?|..i anv
i . y ar'"r> tb;" tl|p l?oUa.?l.w? m-ntUiiM
on hand t.. aci'onmjodatt ita full i ,15- ,,t ^u-st,
The rroun.ls ar? la-ve. the l;ouw fUr, ? u,r J, ,nViu,
otb^r"i?rup^t'LUWl1' aikJ WiJ'" veunraarparate it'from
tL'8 rrop??:ty. uii. Viw
Jr.^f i ^ "e. obtaiued in it? rn.'tuwt-pitrii
b> individual .ownership ?>f ?ii-j r more ti or us."
ly competent hotel men. ,1:", would rur, ,t to n- tuii
capa< itj thereby auoomi-iiaiuu? tlie . rv'Mi . t. ^ t 0f
DUW '? ,r8 il fur B*,t' JUtl^t basw
?-ti T ^ r>in l??' money t<.. l?^ :a < iwli an i
Mance on bond and taiortnatre. A^-i licationa mai be
WM. TATLOR, Treas'irar.
At the office of the Pennsylvania R. K cotupanr.
)aS lei Philadelphia.
Bms FOR PURCHASE. IS BC1.K OF STO< K AVD
flrturaa of the Hui???pathic I'liamut. \ j:< j t , ? t
uorthwaet, will be reoeived b> th. tiLdi ivwti^l u*. U
iw?UfLy 1-^aaaof ppemlstacanbe omtjui^i
RJifht to rej-i-t any and all tula reaerv.il F ill i j-ncu1??
applv to un?lftr8lriifcd. J. S SWoRMbT! L?'t
| _^?^odtJ10 Asnlj^a^. yF ?t-r tnorth*aat.
! W^IfK,N ^arm loans and SCHOOL bonds
*' FU*t-da4? Sltrt^raifra. iu auuis of *?? v. ?.i.ooo
*" ^ i^t 7 i? r ct-it. SOiiM,.l ..f
I ^J1- iroiu 6 to 16 ytara. to net c ,? r .. ,,t
K-mi-annually. firlutipal and inur^t payable at N,-w
| I orlt or W a>uin?rton
B^velvuv^0?u J- Pre^^.nt Ninth National
W. H.Nazro, C*ah>.-r. do. Iruaton. K an
tVi Ill . Hou. Eduai i ^ L-tv
Ithaca, ^ V ..Hon. lieo W !s< LUJ ler. do . H B L..r l
WuftXaSrt A ' Uh"*- K V ;J h LuiKli'c"s"BunJJ-4K
. C. F. EMEHV.
! dl51m *aroa. LUiuuis
JgUSlNESS EXCHANOIC.
No. 426 Srtli atreat. between D and U uorthweat.
obtain rtircbaar* and i-artnars for all clashes of
Buamtm1 and BimUk ?? Entaroriiica. 1 am. s a. <lnv t ^
thmf bumneaa atd .-Et- afv,. ,,v k ?:U.ui
il ? J 8MClt'; "d?o. l?arf?s wlrhiiv ti. ^uivli.i?"^a*re
m or lavuitit.- a laitnerin any la^."0f buidnvesor
ent,,,.rl^.Uch..K WLolraale. IWfail.T^mnuiion and
5?"^ t?. Hardwiif. t.u.< I -.r.
D>T Ooiilu. K-.il and Grain. Liquor
Grocery, Carj*t. iunuture and aL L.;iid? of an.rr-s li, /
M.^1 n R^^Hfact* *<~od md Coal Yard* H
wUlt^ ."w101 Buainess and Buaine*w Ent-Tr.**'.
v ill do tul to a % ail theilmelves ot our *xi?ex-:'-i!ce ai >\
lid vicfi. All 1'Ufciii^s cuuiideii11^| Ki?LuiHi witt
promptness and dispatch. touted T?tth
Ula|-]m] KNIOHT k HUGHES
dentistry' "
D^iiCKfc p^t^tttjvhth sritEtf"is-t^tut
^ and a ]? n- t nt
na v. shinv ?*
*-' ? Dentist.
t?o ?P?n*d hlaoffic at his R.*iJeace.
- *27 >1 t atr-?t northwest
DR. S. I. SCOTT. ?
? dentist.
^ MOT F street northwest
"**^*"0^ o? t>ie Natru-al Teeth a s;>ec:#lty. d22
DR. STARR PARSONS. CORNER 8th AND~E
.W>f-Un;?^- .1'1lil"?r * Specialty; al-o. th?- .:uiv of
^ thf^ without extracting- A local --,a?th?t:c. ua-U
Ua-rtv.;n.
v D 8 OtncE AND 1:KsT
k norths BaliMutju^-s
* Store All brani-hea of I>eiitlHtry bLilllaih i? rlonued.
Oaa riven to thouwuida with n.oat piea?ujt
rewilta. day or night. Ten yeai*.exi?-ricuue.
DR. HARTTJLHKN. CKADHATE OF PFNNSVU
Coll?jre. Philadelplua. La vine pU!x?w#U my
otnee aad wwdawy, ha* r^uiiied i rertlce. I coufldi-xitly
recommend niiii to my uatroLs an a the i>ablic #r^n*rally
j* * dim tint of undoubted ability. hZ a. CAitMAV
Dentiat, luis 14th at. u. w. M:\i5 )
Artificial teeth made beforf and in"
served immediately after estneti.-v nature Uvtu, j
with splendid ainvesa. JJoderti method* auu aLOl in ia 1
brancluea of Deutistrv. K. Kierate teas
Ph. DUNN ALLY, la.l F afreet northwest.
DR^T- M TALBOTT. DENTIST. No. 4a: 7TH !
street. th?a doors from corner E. Deutistrv in aU
its btauclaM. ieeth inserted <7 pel m*L Au Work w ^r^u.ia
FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Boston hot-house cucumbers "
TOM A IDE*. '
LETTUCE.
Philadelphia Capons.
Chickens and Turkeys.
Swevet Breads.
Roast Beef.
Sasquchanna Cam ae-ba< k Ducks
Bed Head Ducks
Diamond Ba- k Terrapin
At the PALACE MAKEET. Cottier HA street and
New York avenue
dCl FRANK J. TIBBHTg.
TO UN a KJilXt. ~~
V Dealer ut FrwsT-Ct^*
SEKF.I^B. >?AL,MrT^tkc. CORNED BEEF
Stalls C28. r29 and 6J?? Center Market. 9th etrea: win*
sa??5jyass- ulwty
Marketyifc- dahvarud Ire* of charm to all tarts of the
<at>- mar.'4
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ar.vi mUMf *.>*> quickly t., Um Vur> gf-r* cmtiSk
Ladle* t?iiui-?rV'? att< iitlrtd u> jip
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CNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWFF4L ?
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