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LOCAL MENTION.
tlie wra(hex>
ft i. r ok cbikk -<i?var. orrtfhm. )
v..? v af.mx, d. January i, p-o. 10 ;um.f
; r tin* it. i.lle Atiantli- states. much coider
J .ri. ; Hi-iy u -.th T.arui 1? i 1 rains ?r snow,
i ?<> < ! *ui.vvealh-r, brisk to hl^-h northwesterly
winds, rising barometer.
eastman'* aloh a prrjtmk??..
r ,.oiv bouk at drucglsts' free.
Largest mirror at s"t t=>r'-, u 'siaurant, 502 9th
\rrik-.?n"d \;?> v .a c.ciopte i ix for test terms
r-.t k jr s<do?v.:: .a as column, this paper.
a pfkcihcs c'lttil'::
. u^-ru" an 1 rftnm ot fi"k
'-l.s tii.i' i ..1 lx? '-iter.'u to a lady
<f ?a-te, i- lieyond doubt, a case
' meat ex-; . r?>fr*- ling ud mutlm <m
. 1 , -, ti.>- . -nun." -murraj <x 1-inr.ian
t . . ,i wj! r;" . 1 ii\ ail drmrgivs, |.ertur?iers
v n ; tjutv vi .iia : as trie:" are imitations
.a> jui>-. . ' the re a hurray 4. laniaau
j-fc.-r'.aa water 1 ? : tintd.
~u " ' ic-ts jlflf?pa. are.,
c < ?.? t wim . r; ii pointed free,
akz you going y
send iur suu-?t rat<*d pamphlet of the most attractive
and i?-.tt-^ppi>in;?tl winter r ;re?? in th<* southern
stati c address u. oreutt, 15a broadway,
sew tork.
sils i"*r*rrus ft.25. fortius w*ek or,w. to clos^
ot . \vu: ratted a!. > .s. ill do wood HH lo! ner itiiliCJ
boston \ar! ;v stive. v .rk?-t space.
CITY AN!> I)I>TIIICT.
? ?? ., '1?.\
5itlfi!iii meatg*?"young mrs. wlntlirop." |
atkauoii's (?pcra hocas.?**in the lianks."
fukp's orkla hou-e.?hanloab' uvovago en
Soiss.'."
Thkatta comtqct?thf zamlaii combination.
hst-zoe's Mc-kcm.?jenny kimball's opera company
in ''olivette."
dime ilcsei"*.?"cinderella"' t-y the hollywood
family.
Condfiised I,?< ???.
president b lughman, of the cbes ;peak?? & (oiio
canal, yesterday appointed jam *s p. B!-t. son of
a?;;h-rint? 11 lent of divxon no. l, in place of J. J.
Moon, r
bd'a:trd m ? i>rmi?'k ari-l whiiavn worley, b^it
and ;!. :? dealere, at no. t>0 p-nnsy;;avenue, |
y*? 'rday put ou record an astmifnniedt to tieor^*"
mrt arili?, for tbe benefit of the creditors, niiklr.4
g?or>.t5 %v. i'rernienie, i!? > tor r. n;, an i mr^. ^arah
strlek.er, ?ivj ox borrowed money, preferred creditors.
Mr. c. w. fuller, of the printing aid enpr ivlnir
bureau, sou of ex-secretarj' folder, who w.is su[>po^ed
to be on h:s deatu-bei at, oeiieva, x. l'.,ls
now slowly improving.
the recor d 01 the popular bio holl concerts will
be tfveu at congreicational church to-morrow
verilag. kt^erv ed s> ats at ellis.
the new novitiate building of the christian
bros , at ammendalr. prince ?.eorge's county, \ld.,
just completed, was dedicated yesterday by arch- !
bishop glbboms.
the remains of captain we kltchins, who died
a' tlie providence hospital tuesday mornint;. 'rotn
tlie effects ol a s:un-sh:?t vound r?-celvej m\ w<vfcs
ago at ccrndeld harbor, st. v uy's coaniy. by the
hands oi henry wtlbel, were taken to baltimore
yesterday.
a conference of the committee to arrange a
place for moody's meeting was held yesterday,
but no decl^ioa w;:s reached.
vesiterday afternoon i>.-. park younjf tell down
the steps at tin- b.dnmon* and oiilo raliroad depot,
and was severely injur- d atiout the uead.
1 fce class of 'ki cf the hi^n x-hool at its annual
reuulon last evening elei ted ollleersas follows: a.
1'. 11 ;rk, jr.. president: alice hutchinson, vice
presi adeli>- lianunett, >^eret .ry; harry 1:11^llsa,
treasurer, and mary mcklnney, historian.
taking a >i^lu of h.
how tii 8 jon a i>a es welcove)) the nf.w tear.
the jon.ulab councils, ai'eord!nc to their annual
- - o, i'.eld watch night, meetings last night., re- j
111 wie'/ th"?r.-k>.en:ri :?l.dgesof total abstinence at !
midnight. the h. il of lloneer council, ?'h and d '
sr"- ^ ~ w j: ti i' 1 v.r.rht m^ti-be: < of the mother
c"1:.:. .. ;?!n! ']? ?"-f ?;o . 1 v.'nl ? o incli, of 8011th
?aihtngt'jn. j*i j tr ends of tiie order. an o.-v-n
s? -ion w , hi'ld during tl??? tird half of the nignt.
kriljrk- were :ii uli? oy j. .1. w.-ed, t. f. milier
.1 tob:iaii'j-r. on. a tin ? musical and literary
wit-rtalnmeft t .v n. in which mamie
%'?rr.: . >l. -> '-i. s. } xwf'll. mi-vj bertie crawion,
mr-, i". jl. m -k"en. >. r. .;'>un !!. n"lan and mr. e.
j. v. hppi-. l>r. v;t ;k 'a lilt'-, m;?s cienrude bangs,
m- vr lie 1 'r t ri. pro?. i,-.'id and,i- id- and !
jt i:u?e i f-.nl to a :v rt. r tuicll tb.-n heal 1 '
*iret aes>h?n, !<f- d f-u.* eandilate.-, and <>bsfrve-1
r;.. ? *.:-?? ni.dnu'ht vrv-'.^s. after this the j
r? :*;! ?*>? of a supper at kvans'.on fstreet, j
:n i t-> t^" >..i 1 h" ti.iianc" <>c th?- mght
w <s if. listenrii,- to addr--w>, songs i
wage ommo. 5 n, ? at th ir hall, i
^' if-1* h - * r? ?. eurtliw -t, ^ * cit'd llitr lollow- !
itig "'.i r~ tn si'.ve for tii?- ri-uing t tin- i e. !
hibv, v\. c.: w. clark, v. c.; e. f. jon^s, p. c.; p. s
> onnors, v. p.; p. a. von tagt-a, f. s.; wru. h. i
>' whall, k s.; h. ii . ?'ht, w. ?w. dl, a. <i.; j. 1
mui puv.l. g. a. - -av'ts, o. \v.;,i. e. hii>bs,
treaoor r: e. J. hibb-. dr. \v. i>. w rrau ./ i
murpay. p. coun -r> a?a e. major, delegates to !
ihr- grand council. after addresses, invitations'
?ad s*>ngs the midnight services w? iv observ -d, i
and the members u.id a supper at fall's cafe* '
.\ft-m mis t!i v >>laeu in the festivities at the hail
of p.;seer council.
1 ^nten^ial cocsdl. no. 4, also held a session at 1
g. a. r. hall, 7th and l streets, which ran into the
new year.
trantfen* ol itcal imalc.
deeds in f-e have been record^ as follows.- h. s.
havis to an; : "r-bu-ch brewing association, lots
j and 10, sq. 431: jaii.tmo. c a. l.emar to j. v. b.?r- i
i fir, iot 50, sue. mj. 3r<0; i^kj. a. b. duvaii e* ;1?
trustees, to a. m. head, part 9. sq. 7>?o: 1672.34 '
he.rs of james f lageraid to ja -ob b. beilinc 1
oart 25. res. ii; l k xs a^-raman to m;.rtha t!
brawn?-r, lot !?;. -t|. 4^; *?. llammett to
fc- vv. t?r vni. i t ?. stp 74s; 1230. e. w. i.r.mt to
a. t. coumbf, aaii:,. property; # . 1>. b. clark.
ex r, to b. s..-hio-burg, loi 9, sq. j2 i; #><.o00. f. w.
jones, trn-iee, to o. o hare, lot 13. si. 20; ikv).
e. t. kr.ox tom'.l bramhall. part 17. >q.
*? w. o. l>--nnls<m ft al., trustees, to kereitri
j. buslirr. lot 61. d- aulsoi."- >uri. ait. p;-'asantu
j. w. lamtdal- to mat-ld-i JL tiioiiias, lot
i second oub. peters' mill seat; clou.
a "chairtacyra" Entertain 11 rvx.? \ veiy
pleasant entertali^uent was given tue^lay evenu
g at hi': r?--'. i?-iice ot mr. e. s. wescott, 2217 i
stre -t. it t inc the occasion of the annual oaiiiiuet '
w in- v nloo c. i. >. c.. ,.1 which mr. wesccrt i.-, 1
t president an l to whose indefatigable efforts '
th?- circle ow-s its saccesa. this circle now nuin^*rs
.to it twenty ruemb rs, who have, tro;u t;m=?
t<i '.me, -cte:eci upon the chautauqua course of
s uj v. six or u'hi of the mem ; .nciuding the
:?r??>i,!eri', wld graduate it t-i>" co u!q-''n<*etneot at
cli jt *:! j*ia nrxt august. th- ... ri i.iuu'tit oa '
i u-- u..> e% :.iug cv?a?i.->t?hl of ci. >ice reading.-*, < i
say s. declamations ^:.d musk, both in-.; rutaent .1
ami twcul the pr<(gram wa^ r? r..i *r> d b. iii?? iollowlng
lu'-mber-of i-.e .ir.-le: misses minnie m.i
< ma-dd. belle meany, etnlly ii.^l^t, mary mellln minnie
hilton, vattif- n-u .t w. iou* i
\ir-v. s;:-e ir-.vln. and ti:- pr -idem a i.ffle d i ._-n- i
r. ..<1 >.. wi reclt'-d ?.. orge washington's i
?ate!i. 1 in a v. ry l;.u_ m i'o.e nianner. mes.-r~. it. j
r. j''.-.ti w::i_ 11 ?rt .m \ -i. ashley ui-o to k '<
part in tt?e : nm? nt. mr. wescott gave the'
< .r? .e a >urcmct. b .t c uiprehensiv n vic.v or ti
n -i-.rv < i tu- . . .? ,,nd f the sf;<!l.-s pur-u-d
uu: tar-past t:;r-e v'-ar& "tie entire pr'jgrano i
was wel. ten r.-d am :h.- "->> ;ys v.>r es^vial.y i
crvd tib r t .v;4o r?'a-i t.he:n?that of mi.? i
v. -. 1 -ail'- d. of the third aud.tors oftii e, tr?-i-i- i
ury c >. rm ..a n u.: < r ti v of is<>
r*''n-' mrn"f-v spet-taj m-ntion. afi.-r the ;;t? rarv
ex?-rds?s tiie members of t a<- efcv!? wer?* in-'
1 :o the(llnir;g-r? :n. alur-lle- u..-;r and lll
es-jv:. .. iody eulertnine 1 ta.-m handsomeiy.
An ; - o to Marise.?'^hea lqaartera, give m"
*..'k" '-11'1 n.ivy yard man ?o we- telephone
j^cutlon at i*. ;i-e fie t :i|u r rs f n.> morning. the
eighth precinct st..' ?on was exiled, and hie navv
yard man exclt^liy sa'.d: -i?: :ul corporal h.imm
h ju>, j iinpe^l th?- w t;i. ' 1 a reward of jl<j v. iil
lr pain xor his appreh* n_>. in.''
? hkistva-> in thk Scndat Schools.?a chrls*"u.h>
entertainment wasgiv n at ?t. lake's p. e.
chur* h l ist e\-niiig, and aiiout one hnridred 1 ip' i"
mrrrerred pn^-urs. a! tne north capitol m. h
church .as ?-v?-miik' -j*i sunday s. t.001 children
were enter-alae.1 with addres s :.na music, and 1
each received a gilt fr tr. -.-i;i:.i c'?ui,,, ,
Thk. Continentaijs' b?u?tte hop by the i
w?8hlngton com in- mait. at m;us<?n!c ivmole l -t
nl?;ht \? is largely attended. about forty of the
hni.orm-d continentals welcomed ihhr jru.-s: v
andftjl! <i?-i-ga'ioris rrom other military oftiie,
uiitn.-t were in attendance. the i-ommlttee of
arrange ments: g. f l imm .h f. vert^il.ioa w k
mo^e-. h. >". craw,haw, l?r. a M. bali. 'e. * i>* !
e. ciapp, j. e. small wood, i
s w ^ c ,ilu *> j- c. smahwooi; i
s. v\. 1 imms and f. stuart. i
C.ett:\o a Banjo By 1'atsk hekkesentation^.- !
im't night a n. --ro who is we;i known to the police i
?e i t.. tue re-.il -noeof harv-y johiwin, in sh-fv .
2'J** adfepiesent.^i that he had oeen >eht :
0 itta^vn 'v. 'iljo bv 11,1 r"-v- vv:"> w:?g- lng
fc.^r ri '"u* a ,*as' lv,'a th'" banjo. soon a '
5* t" f;1" , irtry lto lhe instrument
-i' *ni> tuu 11 w;^ a one, and he
reported tte tacts u> the poiice.
. Licenses?marn.igeucenses bavebe^n
ta-i.e,i l > the cierk of t.i court to william kelly
and ne.ly asm in; hau-^* esko and martlia v ctm>*e;
k. c. hu -kjhjle and lieuuh ivlmie; joseph
k 1 au. and harri-t a. cartwrl?rht: seai.tiaa 1
k / " a uca;." v ^rr, r j:,ioei b- osoora an i
? wi r u' ' n<1 nora c. nal.ey; j
magnus ii. mnmidt m i mary v. waters-; orl r\ lo
a. bott.iijfnt ai d nannie m. erancls. bom of ki> i.m
n?^ v?.: bernard k. hughe-, and eunice ttvai.
worth sanders, of h.cir..-. wis.; thomas h. cor:
' : . lrgu . . ,r 1 m jrv lot 1
1 u.xer. henry b. s mn-m>n. ot s fford count;
viivtlnia. ami mary a. jonnsoa; john lyons ami
-v ttii 1. i . .,rg.- s.muei morrison snd minnie
jiadcu.ie, ih,ic balum we; george brudns and
, ;ers* '"rtlioi haltlmore: h irrls?iaclarke
01 mumertcn, n.j..and vla.y kr?mis daraes, of
bu cuual-' x; jvhu j- nnd c -ara belie i
The Vtgbt E.d..:no Hocse.?the nisrht lodainz i
,v-ts opent-d la-.t week by vr. joo.n t. i
. 11 ' ready :?fi-rd<m relief to manv
po?t ??aifar<-r? w if lout fo?jd or suelier. variants
^rid otnvr u w .rthy p? rs.jn- wno saun lii*tr and
'/ |r? a v?"un-jui w...rK. will not be
obairv- l lljt're. u-e ruie^ wdi no uioroaguii"
Fink Lcces, velvets. ?c., at acctmr?messrs.
pun<-at:mi'n lir s.. au- tio... ers, win continue the
aei ot line ndilln ry, ete., at 1019 V ?u:..et a^rto- i
wes., u>i?.cri ow m- rn:ag a 11 o'cioclc.
>tani>inu hoo* Only ' ag-..ia la>t ntght at i
hertt.* ?i aseum. moral, so-ure t> in advance. 1
dun^jj the hours stated .a tu advurulsenicnt," 1
iie i 4 A* >
Ex-Senator Sharon's Property AtfMteA
The recent decision In the case brought igilM
ex-Senator Aharon la San Francisco,which declare*
M!si Hill to be his wife. has brought to a stand
still several tranters of real estate owned by kin
in this city. He is one of the largest real estaft
owners In the city, having last SFrt-8 boughl
1 n< .riv .ill th<; lan ! own?<l by Hon. J. B. Alley. M<
h; , m il; a number of sates, and othew w?n
aNiut to ly* consummated. Bui as their decwloi
Miss UlU a dower right in his property, mm
\v uidhaveto join wllii him in order u> gm> i
ciear title. The contemplated transfers will W do
! ferred, pending a tin.il deeidoa In the case
Watch Myhl.
HOW rut MRTH0DI3TS gkeitbd THI JI?W TSAl
with pkatek and sonos of r*AISE.
The cu.-U)in of holding ' watch night" service!
was observed la most aU of the Methollst churchei
la.-: evening. 1 he meetings as a rule were In tht
! n ture of protracted experience meetings, but ft
i som? of the churches sermons were delivered. A'
the Metropolitan M. E. church. Bishop Andrews de
ii! i sermon, and ltev. l>r. Huntley and Rev
.Mr. A J mis took pirt In he services At mldnlghi
fii.m- s v^-ri' nm? by 1'rot oibson. At Ham;
ha ciiur. h impressive ceremonies were couductec
1 >) Kev. .1 >b B. Price, the pastor. There was f
l ir. .*rt? ii<! tare at the meeting at Mount Vernoi
! !*:_*. ; ( aur'h. which wascondu ted by U v. Ur. &
K < At McKeudree chapel, the service, conducted
t? ltev. Ur. Edwards. b-^an at 10 o'clock,
i .iii?i was" continued till midnight. At Weslej
eh ipel, a sor-:ion was preached by Rev. Rlchaa
| \orris. At Foundry church, the pastor, Rev. I)r,
H. 1L Na> lor. delivered an approprlaie discourse
\t Wauih church addresses were delivered bj
1 H* v. l>r. naer. the pastor, aaJ others. At UnloE
E. < huica lmercsilng services were conducted
i v Kev. W. T. (- Weech. Similar services wett
ais. >;>T th> North Capitol M. E. church. Bishop
, >. r. Jones preached at John Wesley A. M. h.
I ei.up ii. w i,* ! * rvices were held from y o'clock ill!
mi l iUiiL 'mere was .?large attendance at Douglas
M. r~ church, 11th and tl streets norlhsasc.
limiting I'oxr*.
A HSr.rLAR WILD FOX CHASE NOT AGAINST THE LAW,
\ ninub- r of genilt men started to Alexandria tod.iv
to join in a fox hunt, in case they could start
a to:.. When Mr. M. F. Key, the agent ot the S. F.
C. A., was asked by a Star reporter lo-day about
the prop>s? d f >x hunt., he said he had learned thai
a number or g atleineu Int ended to go to Virginia
to hunt lor a ii'x. They were not inclined to go tc
\i .! > "au<l, ie;ii i;.Li that the fox might lead the
eh into ii; Dis'rlct lines. They were,he said,
umI r a n?!.-a >prehension as to the law and the
stand taken b.-'si.e s. F. C. A. To hunt a wild fox
and kill i' would not be an offense to be prosecuted
unless unusual cruelty was practiced. Bui wh?n a
io\ is captured aaa held for the purpose of being
hunted and put to death the case wa3 different
The law took into consideration the Intention of
the parties.
Robberif3 Rftortep.?Kphralm Kelly, 230 1st
stree; northwest, reports stolen from his house an
over, oat valued at $3. Li ut. sharp, 1416 Kstreet
northwest, reports stolen from his house Jewelry,
etc., valued at ilo. _
A New Firm on New Year's Dat.?Mr. Francis
Hufty, lor many years connected with the firm of
Tii vior X Hufty. has associated with him -elf Mr. J.
T Dyer, an 1 opened a general real-estate, inaiirnn
-eand brokerage office at the corner of F and
J3m streets, in a building especially remodeled
for the;r business. Bo'h gentlemen are ?o
well known tii^t there can be no doubt as to their
success.
TnE Mitchell divorck case Dismissed.?ypsterdav
Mrs. May C. Mitchell tiled an order in the
Kquity Court withdrawing lu r bill for dlvorcs from
.1. \\ alter Mitchell, and directing that the case be
dismissed. Mr. Mitchca Hied an amended at.swer
wtta the consent of the plaintiff, In which he admits
his wife has always been faithful, vlrtuo-is
and dutlrul, and utterly retracts and disci
tins each and everv paragraph of Ids answer
that In anywise rctl -cts upon her character or condu
t or d tractsIrom her either as a worthy wife
or mother, and say* that his allegarlor.s derogatory
to her were made under the Influence of great
anC' T and excitement and Induced l>y the statenienlsof
others, which he now knows to bi false
and inaliclou-s and wit-font anv touudatlon In tacL
scit for damage-.?jou.. a. and Helen g. Shan
non, oi Anacjstla, D. c., yesterday tiled a suit by
Charles I'elham, against Maud Duvall alias Maul
.Lei for tai.tHW. lor injur! -s sustained In being
run over bv the defendant. The plalnt.fTs claims
that on the 13th of O sober las., while crossing the
avenue, v were b-jth knoci'ad down and Injured
throu 'i? t?ie careless driving of the defendant, who
was riding In a dog-cart. They lay their damages
at ?10,000 each.
a Fashionable Balti* -he w eddino.?The marr'.ageof
Ml-s Helena Mc-rliuo de St. Frie Sanderson
to Mr. Daniel Rogers Cas", ia St. John's Episcopal
church. Baltimore, luat evening, w as a v^ry fashionable
affair. Fr.iacinent society people from
Newport, Baltimore and this city were present.
I lie present s were veined at $2D,0o0. Lieut. Schultz
ami iliiS Kay, oi tv Is c;f \ w-r present.
The Cuuriv.
Fot.ics cockt?JnUge SnelL
To-dav, James Fayne. a colc?red man. charged
with stealing a mm from a wagon at the Center
mariet. was se ate need to W days in JalL Win.
>u;:ih appe ilea tToin t he judge's decision when he
was Sued f> for cruelty fo nnimals.
Affain In He,t Wa^bing'ton*
The Christmas CLCB Dinner.?The entertalnm
lit given bv the West Washington Christmas
ci ib ai the Curtis build.n: yesterday afternoon
was verv largely attended. Four hundred and
twenty-live little gu -sts of the club sit uo>vn tothe
dlnnf r. which was spread on long tables in the two
basement rooms. In one room Mrs. C. M. Matth-ws
pre^.ide?l. and Kev. Dr. Llndsey, oi si. John's
ehureh. oTfered prayer, while In the other room
Mr. J.'!'. Mitchell presided, and Rev. Mr. Fullerton,
of West street Presbyterian church, said grace.
I he hill ol far" Included turkey, roast beef, ham,
an l iiianv Christmas delicacies. A Chrl?trnas tree
>i larg>* dltaension was placed on the stage in the
le t ire hall bearing articles of us^. such as clothing.
as well as toys, books, candies, etc. After
the dinner the children were invited ioto the hall
and each child received a gift from the tree. A
Luge number of especially invited guests were
present to witness the pi* asu^es of the children.
Mr. F. 1- Morse, the president, with the allot the
members and committees, managed the affair most
suceessfuilv. The following were the chairmen of
the committees: Mrs. C. M. Matthews, on Invitations;
John T. .Mitchell, esq., on supplies; Austin
iierr. csi? oa flnance, and Mrs. Dr. Peters, on decorations.
Cattle Market.?Sale ot ilve stock, at Drovers
Rest. D. c? as reported by Tavenner Bros, is as
follows: -o eattie up and sold. best. to5)<; gOOtl,
at 4'i to.*? ?; m"dium, at 4 ;> to 4-^; common, at 3),'
t- > 4; >*) ohettj, 4> to 5; 10 cows and calves from
tO |50.
A Transferred Policeman*.?Police OfTlcer Wm.
Haas has "e u iransferred tothe sixth precinct
station at lUs own requ-st.
K ccovkkino.?Dr. W. Bowie Tyler, who has been
ill i'-r ho.n- wc -,.s pasi with pneumonia, is now
able to be up.
Xmvs ^nirrtaismrnt.?The M thodlst Protestai
f s.m I iv -ehon! held tb^lrChrl .iatai festivities
last in,'hi, walch drew a large audience.
N iv .atiox of;:n.?'The ice < n the river and
. ; . ,is dLs ppeared and navigation resumed,
lii r ia tue c.inal will soon be drawn off.
; lie Knights of St. Bernard gave a large
b i-- i-'giit at I'orn-st halL The United Order
of American Mechanics also gave a dance at
Academy halL
W.-.tcu Meetisg.?Invitations were issued lor a
vMt '!i meeting held by tue tieber Tent Lodge last
nigut at crop ley's hail. Music and recitations fol-i
i.e.- a supper was the program of the evening.
N rt.h-- blotter at this, precinct shows that
l.T'O av. sts were mad" Irom the 1st oi January,
:^s,. t.) ii;.- hrst or this year. M street Is in a depi
?i ibie conuitlon, the mud being over an Inch
deep.
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TLU rowd.r mver varies. A marvel of purity,
I;trtli tnd wUcIttoaicaasi. Slorw concmicai than
tLf oniuary kh-da. anJ cannot be tolslin competitioa
v,ihtli? n.uiulude of low t?*t, short weUfhi, si urn or
1 h(?j..iate powlera. >o?(i vttly m atiix. iaoxal iixuzsa
I'OUbkii Co.. ll<6 Wall ?tr?-eL N. 1. apC
13lace Brocade Sii.k.
VELVET FLUSH.
Handsoxk Desigm.
Every y?rd is worth ?'2.50. reduced to $1.50.
BEAUTIFI'L CA3HMF.RESKROES, very flneouallly,
al: <?>!or>. Bro? : Bin", (ire-n :i;ul Vjarnt't. Ii yards
fi v M. V:??-rv .. aid ia werth "i.ic.
Col t >1C 1) 1$ i ; '\u S LK VELVET?, reduced to tlKvery
v:<r?l is w-<rtii $1 '23.
Tb? ; i/j' F.n.- WiUTiS WOOL BLANKETS redue*d
so ffi.
ladikv ( L'; i'H suiting, in (irav and Brown, one
\ r . and a Lah wide (iuiint-n*- width), reduced to
:t7v I v?-ry yard In worth '
COLO lit- D Sli.K PLt'SJi i.S. *1.60.
i i Hi ut qu-khty P-L CK SILKS iaduu?d to $1. EvwT
ir-i is n o, th 41.*25.
Escvlieiit quality CVLORKD SILKS reduced to 76c.
; v -ry >jni worth #1.
DO I'Ul.K W HITK BI .a N ket8, $1
HEAVY BI D COMKOsM S. gl.
BI.K \< HED TABLE AMAsK par* liMn. 50e.
st.l.i tl'. v' \shm ( s v.tl - donbte width, tpur? wool,
rt*a. va.ue >V.. r*tlac?-?l to 37)<e.
riiiest <,aa ?ty -I'ii ,m ('ASHMEItES. nearly one yard
;i liaif ?id -(liamtU-? ' width), pure wool, r?dUki-d
to 75c.. tvtrj yud is worth *1.25
<\-n CARTERS. 711 V*?nrr Svaox
J>INf-ST 1JNK OP
ONiid^OAllN.tS.
SUITINGS and
tkowserinq3
EVE- SHOW...
nicoll, the TAILOR.
(17 1IUIUU.VA3IU AVkJIL'X.
cc*-tu.tii.5uiiu WMhhavtoa
Am. Alivc^l BUh?U R?bb?rr.
a noiDiLrauK CHiian wm iwucma sabrum
worth $400 from a jrwblbt stokr.
Shortly before 6 o'clock last evening, a well ]
drw>sed, good looking man, entered the jewelry
store or Jerome Derto, No. latt Pennsylvania avenue,
and asked to see some diamond earrings. I
After looking at the diamonds for several minutes, 4
be wanted to see a gold watch, worth about $75 or
$80, which was shown him, and he made a purchase,
saying that he would return on Saturday J
and pay for the watch. He then left $8 to pa; for a
engraving the letters "W. W." on the watch and l
left. Mr. Desio immedlatly missed a pair of 1
i diamond earrings, worth $400, and reported the- f
facts to police headquarters. Detectives Baff and i
, Carter were sent out in search of the thlet About "
1 an hour Liter Mr. Deslomet a man In front of the St. ^
* Marc hotel, and he Immediately became excited and F
5 exclaimed: "Diamonds! Diamonds! That's the man z.
i who stole my diamonds." The supposed thief was S
t placed under arrest by Detectives Raff and Carter, 1
and taken Into tne St. Marc hotel, where Mr. Desio
* charged htm with stealing his diamonds. A lady, ,
who was in the store at the time of the robbery, J1
1 partially identified the prisoner,who gave bis name J;
as Frank A. Smith, and said be resided In Phlladel-^ 8
1 | phla. He was searched at the police station, but .
1 nothing was discovered on his person to criminate
1 him. tien. S. S. Hen&le appeared as his counsel,
and furnished $500 ball for nis Appearance in the
Police Court to-day. In the Police Court, tbls ?
? morning, the case was called to the attention of
' Judge Snell, and, at the request of the district at
torney, the hearing was continued until Saturday.
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SNEEZE, until your head seema ready to fly off: until
your nose and eves cliso'mtvo excessive quantities of
thin, irritating, watery fluid; until your headaches,
mouth and throat parched, ajd blood at fever heat.
This is an Acute Catarrh, and is Instantly relieved by a
sink'.e d iss, and permanently cured b\- one bottle of
Sax ford's Radical Cube fob Catarrh. v
COMPLETE treatment with inhaler $1 ?
One bottle Ba lical Cure, one box Catarrhal Solvent, v
and one Improved Inhalor in on-j package, may now be '
had of all duR/gists for $1. Ask lor Sanfoud's iladi- i
cal CCBK. j *
"The only absolute specific we know of."? Med. Times. I
"The best wa have found in a lifetime of stiff ring."?j
Ren. Dr. Mfimrin, Boston. "After a ionvr Bt rotrgle with a
Cat.irrh, the Radical Curb has conquered."?/Jew. S. P
W. Jfo* rne. Leiri?burgh. J'a. "I have not found a rase j *
that it did not relieve at 01100."?Andrew Lee, Jlunches- z
ler. Muss.
POTTER DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO., Boston.
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COLLINS* VOLTAIC ELECTRIC PLASTERS.
For the relief aud prevention, the instant it is applied
of Rheumatism. Neuralgia. Sciatica, toughs. IColils,
Weak Back. Stomach and Bowels. ShootiuptPains.
Numbness, Hysteria, Female Pa.us. Palpitation, Dyspepsia,
Liver Complaint. Bilious Fever, Malaria, and
Kpidemics use COLLINS' PLASTERS (an Electric
Battery combined with a POROUS PLASTER) and
laugh at pain. 23c. everywhere. Jul
Malarial poison can be entirely re- i>
moved from the system by the use of Aye.'a Ague F
Cure, which contains a sure specific, in the form of a p
ve?retabld product, used in no other remedy. War- p
ranted.
T}OR THE PROMPT AND CERTAIN CURE OF
erysipelas, use Ayer's Sarsapriila, which is the specific
-ndorsed by the most eminent medical authorities.
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For N ew Year's Calling! t
full dress
COATS CUT TO FIT AS WELL AS ANY CUSTOM
COATS, ONLY DIFFERENCE BEING PRICE.
ABOUT ONE-THIRD LESS. FULL DRESS VE8TS
IN TWO, THREE AND FOUR BUTTONS, CUT IN
TIIE EXTREME OF STYLE. WE HAVE WHITE
MARSEILLES VESTS, CUT IN THREE-BUTTON
STYLE ONLY. BLACK DOESKIN PANTS, IN
RELIABLE GRADES ONLY,CUT EITHER TIGHT
OR MEDIUM IN THE LEG. SIZES IN FULL
DRESS SUITS TO FIT ANY SIZE MAN. PRICES
REDUCED TEN PER -CENT FROM MARKED
PRICE.
fine overcoats:
MADE ON THE PREMISES BY OUR BEST CUSTOM
TAILORS. EQUAL TO ANY CUSTOM WORK ^
IN THE COUNTRY. THE MONTAGNACS, MADE j
IN SEDAN. FRANCE. ARE THE FINEST GOODS !
MADE IN THE WORLD. AND THE WORKMAN- j
SHIP ON THEM IS PERFECT. WE HAVE THEM j
SATIN, SILK OR SERGE LINED. IN BLUE, H
BROWN. OR WINE COLORS. THE SURTOUTS
I
MADE OF THESE GOODS ARE PERFECT FORM
DISPLAYERS. CALL AND LOOK THEM OVER. 11
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livery outfits:
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR livery
S<
SUITS, AND HAVE AT all TIMES a VERY
large line of them ready made. we c<
make to order any style of livery GARMENT
REPRESENTED ON THE AMERICAN,
P
ENGLISH, OR FRENCn LIVERY PLATES. OUR
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REFERENCES?SOME OF THE HANDSOMEST <
OUTFITS SEEN ON THE STREETa
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REDUCED PRICES PREVAIL IN EVERY C,
DEPARTMENT. a
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a. saks 4 c o.,
Retailers of the Finest Clothing,
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<129 316 AND 318 SEVENTH STREET. a
Before New Y ear
I>" there not remain a single sufferer from Coutfh or
Cold who could be easily cured with a box of Elecampane
and 1: o! ehotiud rough drops. Start the New Year Ii
wed, when health in thia particular is within such easy c<
reach. o
ARTHUR NATTANS. Pharmacist, tl
d J9 Corner 14th and I. and 'MX and D sis. n.w.
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' P R I N T I N G
judd & detw'eiler,
420]AND 422 11TH STREET NORTHWEST.
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(North of Star Building.)
; NEW BUILDING.
NEW TYPE, *
NEW PRESSES, j
The Largest and Most Complete Printing Office in
Washington. employing nearly 100 workmen.
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BRIEFS. RECORDS, ARGUMENTS. MEMORIALS, x
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am
BOOK AND <IOE WORK t
Of every description executed on short notice and at ~
air prioes. nll-lm J
RRR OO X. J a C. Liquid Glue
I g ? o o Y Y aa L Mends Wood,
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5 5 UP Y aaa L Leather. Crock
CITY ITEMS.
Emergencies will art9e,UMl tor a clan of audi
)r. Bail's cough Syrup is the means to employ. 2
Cheapest Place
or Black Cashmeres and Dry Goods in general?
36 7th street. J. K. Youwo's. * S
Oel the Geauine Article* ^
The great popularity of Wilbur's Corap rand ot
Jod-Liver oil and Lime has Induced some unprinipled
persons to attempt to palm oil a simple
irtlcle of thr-lr own manufat ture; but any person
rho Is suffering from Coughs, Colds or Consump- BE
Ion should be careful where they purchase this
irtlcle. The results of its use are Its best recoinnendatlons,
and the proprietor has ample evl- CE
lence on file of Its great success in pulmonary
omplalnts. The phosphate ot lime possesses a
Qost marvellous healing power, as combined with 1
he pure cod-llver on by Dr. Wilbur. Itlsprecrlbed
by the medical faculty, sold by A. B. Wll- CE
tur, chemist, Boston, and all druggists. eo
A Sore Throat or Cough, 1
f suffered to progress, often results In an Incurable
hront or lung trouble. Brown's Bronchial Troches Ml
rive Instant relleL eo
Inrked's Salad Dressing and Cold RKeat Tb
Sauce.
The finest mayonal.se for meat, fish and vegetable in
alads, and a superb table sauce. It far surpasses
iny home-made dressing. Everybody likes it. eo
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13 per Gallon, 75c. Quart Bottle. i
To. 1 Rye Whisky, best In the world for the money.
>rders by malL Mcgek's, 9th, near D st. eolm A1
duett's Crown Collars, Cuffs and Monarch
'hlrts are the best ot all. eo
AI
Lundborf* Perfume, taenia. eo
Lundborg'* Perfume, MarechalNlel Rosa, eo
Lundborg's Perfume. Alpins Violet, eo
Lundborg's Perfume, Lily ot the Volley, eo
"Rough on Itch.*'
"Rough on Itch" cures humors, eruptions, rlnz- j
rorm, tetter, salt rheurn, frosted feet, chilblains. 12 ?
Fur and Sealskin t.arments. p
C. C. shaync, the well-known Wholesale Fur <{
Manufacturer, 103 Prince street, New York, will o
ell elegant Fur GarmentJ at retail at lowest cash G
wholesale prices this seasou. This will afTord a
plcndld opportunity to purchase strictly reliable
ursdirect from manufacturer, and save retailer's
iron to. Fashion Book mailed free. y.O-iuj
Alderner Dairr Wagon*." 1
Fresh AIderney Butter, churned every morntnar. Ne
nrt delivered in halt-pound "Ward" prints, 45c. per coi
ound. Also, Cottage Cheese, Buttermilk una sweet
lllk, oc. per quart. Cream 15c. pint.
Phe Most Wonderful Soap
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3t good* at one profit above original cost.
rHE TEN PER CENT CLOTHING HOUSE, d
927 and 9*29 Seventh stk>u;t Northwest,
sU all-wool well-made Clothing at exactly 10 per cent F
al.ove actual cost of manufacture.
Don't trust the dealer who promises to sell for a few
:nt? what you know a dollar won't buy.
rHE TEN PER CENT CLOTHING HOUSE,
927 and 929 Seventh Street.
roniises you nothing but what it is prepared fo perform.
Tho heavens never rained gold dollars, -j ml all wool
lothing cannot be bought at cotton- field prices.
rHE TEN PER CENT CLOTHING HOUSE,
927 and 929 Seventh Street,
iters nothing but reliable good*. Manufactures all the
lothing it sells, and retails at exactly 10 per cent T
bove cost.
Don't part with your money on the stre gth of "fairy- ^
lie" advertisements. Ite.uciiilmr that it u easy to make !_/
rouiises, and also recollect that
the ten per CENT clothing house, an
927 and '.'29 Seventh Street,
ives reliable advertisements and offers reliable goods
ad lowest prices. ^
Buy with your eyes wide open. Cas
the ten per cent clothing house, y*
927 and 929 Seventh Street,
s always glad to see those who come to look. We Invite
oniparison. because we honestly 1 elieve that in quality .ra
f the goods and m low prices we have no real comoeition.
Buy at a place where a child can buy as safely as an
iult.
THE
10 per cent 10
clothing house, j?
927 AND 929 7T1I STREET NORTHWE8T. .
5 STRICTLY ONE PRICE, AND THAT PRICE IS v
MAKE ED PLAINLY UPON EACH GARMENT. no
Open evenings till 9, Saturday till 1L _j
tar Please bear in mind, we have no connection with MI
ny_ other house in this city. d'29 h i
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JET ? HE Jt>EST. Br
THE CONCORD HARNESS."
THE CONCORD COLLAR. Bt
Coupe, Carriage. Road. Teaiu sod Express of
11 kinds and description at Lowest PiiceT \
Every genuine COKCOl'.D HaitNESSis stamped with F*
aaker-s name and trade-mark. ^ In
LUTZ&BRO.
417 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Adjoining National Hotel. CO
VHOR8K BLANKETS and CARRIAGE ROBE Si i 00
nut variety at very low Price* ocl7 CO
pUKfc and RELIABLE HI
HOMCEPATHIC Rgif?nTB!^ 00
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Either by the steirle vial or in complete outflta,U AU
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boericke k tafel's Pharxact. yoi
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>.u5-eo78t S98 Vstreet Weehingtau, D. Ql m
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2w year's gift to their patrons
tOKEN LOTS OF MISSUS' WRAPS TO BE CLOSE
OUT AT ASTONISHING LOW PBICES.
OLDBKN'S NEWMARKETS. Id 8 ynn only, of fin
Berlin Twill. Exqnisite Plaids XXA. Astracha
trimmed, redncedto 94.75. s
"he average price of these gooda baa bean $7.00.
[ILDREVS NEWMARKETS, in 8 years only, mad
of the very Finest (loth. Astrachan Irunmln
around bottom, reduced to $7 98.
the average price of these goods baa been 911-50.
tKSES* AND CHILDREN'S HAVELOCKS. of A1
Wool doth, Astracban Collar, ornamental bacl
reduced to 93.76, for 4.6,8 years.
te same reduced to 85.50, for 10.12,14 and 16 years.
[SSES* AND CHILDREN'S COATS, with dee
Astracban Cape, double breast-d. ornament)
back, reduced to 96.00, for A 6 and 8 years.
ie ??ne reduced to 96.25, for 10 12.14 and 16 yean,
iverage of the above haa been 98.75.
(OUT 87 MISSES' JERSEYS, mzes 28 and 30 inch*
and black only, with ftverse coUar, plaits and Do!
reduced from $3.00 to 91-75.
(OUT 25 MISSED JERSEYS, sizes 28and 39inch<
and black only, of finest Stockinette, reduced froi
$1.2j to 87 cents.
badm's,
416 7tb street northwaat
lead our "adv." in to-day's Republican 1 d27
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?he palais royal having now received a'-l th
w Styles and Colors in gloves will inaugurate tb
niufcr season by a
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WE OFFER
r 81.50 8-button length Kid Mougquetaires, in even
ing shades, for 91.
r $1.25 Gents' K d Gloves, in evening shades, for 91
b .vc prices oniy from December 27th to January 3d
iuaive,
"palais royal" kid gloves.
utton, 91.35; 4-button. $1.60:6-button, 91-75;8-but
i. $2.
?ur specialty for this season?t- button Kid Gloves
broidered backs, ? 1.50 per pair.
Elite," Kid Gloves, made expressly for the Palai
>-al?3-button. 91; 4-bntton. $1.10; 6-button, $1.22
utton, $1.50,
lousquet&ir" Kid Gloves, dressed and undressed
utton length. $1.98; 12-buttou, $2.50 ; 15-buttor
25.
Iisses' Kid Gloves. 4-button. $1.
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lie Special Prices for the Special Sale, viz: 'from De
nlier 27tli to January 3d. are 91.25 Kid Gloves, even
shades, for $1 -. $1.50 Kid Gloves, street shades, em
lidered, for $L25.
he "Parisian" Kid Gloves, equal to Dent's best, onl,
75 per pair.
isk, Clark & Flagg's Kid Gloves, $2.25.
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Gloves we sell are manufactured expressly for th
LAIS ROYAL, and b?ing made only from selectei
us by th > most skilful work people of England an<
ince, it follows that the Palais Royal ran only offe
Jiui-.it trloves, but havintr purchased direct from th
roptan manufacturers and having bought in whole
s quantities these Gloves can bo told at the sain
;es as demanded eisewliere of interior goods.
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20 1117-1119 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
or christmas.
massevs ale and porter,
schlitz* milwaukee lager.
massachusetts refined cider.
new york pure juice cider
palmer's american ginger ale,
SODA 8ARSAPABILLA. fca.&O.
Trade supplied by
samuel c. palmer,
1224 29th street northwest
elcphone 454. d20
ologne! Cologne! Cologne!
. flowers of italy cologne.
exquisite impregnation ofBlossoma of Orange, Rose
niari , Balm, Violet and Rose-, made only by
NAIRN & OGRAM, Pharmacists,
15th street and New York avenue northwest.
Iso full line Cut-glass Ware. Plush Cases. Shavini
ies, etc., etc. d4-lm
'unlafs New York Hat&
e fifth avenue style silk. derby ani
opera hats.
Introduced byDunlap A Co., of New York,
NOW READY,
ax
willett 4 ruoffm
sole agents,
3-lm 306 Pennavlvania avenus.
insheimer & bro.
808 7th street, bet. H and I. and 8151 Matrost
fe call particular attention to our very complete
ckof
boots and shoes for the fall trade,
re are sola agento for burt's celebratei
ln S SHOES. There are none t ?tter. and are an"isIOLU-made.
We nave the following styles:
RT ss fine CaLF. button or plain, and pointed toe
UtT'S fine calf Congress Wen in broad anc
narrow toes.
RTS FINE CALF lace-hook bala.
'R'PS FINE CALF Congresa and button.
'RT*S FINE, extra broad bottoms, for old gentlemen
RTS BOY SHOES, in lace and button, every sty"
of toe.
k'e invite ?n inspection of these goods from tba
ut rfoo! shoes. There are no better.
our Ladies' Department we have the
CELEBRATED COUSIN*-? SHOES.
USIN'S FINE KID, button, high heel, and pointed
or box toe.
UrtlN'S FINE KID, cpmmon-senae toe.
USIN'S FINE STRAIGHT GOAT, button, la botl
styles.
U.tIN'S FINE PEBBLE, button. In ~
and low heel.
SHfcS' SHOKS in Kid, Straight Goat, and ItobMa
?sr**e patterns.
X FINE SHOES for Ladies. Misses, and
Every style of heel and toe.
ILDRKN AND MISbES SPRING-HEEL SHOX8H
great variety.
of which goods we sell at a very low price. Weaal
ill of all before purchasing your shoes, as we can as v?
i money by doing so. fteonembar tba name am
sober. feJNniiElMEii * UROL
tub MTtbawlMM Mufnl
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- holiday goods.
Curtain Polks.
Through the Mian of a large western manufacturer
w wm enabled, just before the Holidays, to bny a
'large stock of Curtain Poles very low. and we are willin*
that our customers should have the benefit of our
low purchases, and as the Inauguration i* drawuur
neat, the knowledge where to buy Curtain Poles of all
P kinds, siaes and lengths may not come ami's.
We sell inch Curtain Poles, 5 foot long, in Imitation
Walnut. Ebony, Ash and Imitation Cherry now at
* 39c., ormerly 48c. The same with Bnus Ends, ?'"in
and Brackets at 69c., formerly 79c.
1)4 Inch Curtain Poles. 5 foot Ion*, In Walnut, Ash,
Ebony and Cherry, heavily trim ned. at 69c.: diuss
M trimmed. 79c. The same in 6,8,10 and 12 feet length,
with brackets or sockets, wood or brass trimmed.
Solid Brass Poles, brass trimmed. 5 foot long.at SI.49. |
? Very heavy Walnut and Ebony Poles very low. We
can not replacc them at the prioe we sell them now,
and we have but few of them
S Although sold out clean on CUpper Sleds, or Coasters,
during the Holidays, we have, to meet the prewln* demand
for them, received a lot this morning by exi>r?w
from the factory, and although the cost is higher we
still offer Heavy Bound Iron Shod Clippers at CI. !
larger sires at C1.25, C1.50. C1.75 and ?2.
*
r. We do not care to brag on the quality of them, but wo
know there is not a better sled in the market.
m
n
m. s1lverberg a co..
*127 313 Seventh street.
Drews Drug Store,
COR. PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE AND 9TH STREET.
Has Just opened a Choice Assortment of
GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
Comprising ah the newest novelties in
PLUSH AND LEATHER TOILET CASES, ODOR
e capes, cabas axo handsome cur0
GLASS TOILET SETS AND BOI'TLES,
BISQUE FIGURES. &c.
We have also the Largest and Best Assortment of
MANICURE SETS
In the City. In connection with the above we have a
full line of French and English Perfum-s,
Colognes, &c.
MANICURE GOODS A SPECIALTY
OPEN ALL NIGHT. dJ-lm j
u Headquarters For Candiei
I
FRANK SHARPLESS,
MANUFACTURING CONFECTIONER,
941 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
LARGEST. FRESHEST AND PUREST STOCK OF '
FINE CANDIES IN THE CITY.
Specialties:
CARAMELS. BUTTER CUPS.
BOSTON DROPS. CREAM MINTS.
LI ICE DROPS and BOSTON CHIPS.
THESE GOODS ARE FRESH EVERY DAY.
WE MAKE THEM IN THE STORE IN VIEW OF
EVERYONE.
TWENTY-FIVE CENES PER POUND
FRANK SHARPLESS,
THE LEADING CONFECTIONER
941 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
No connections with any other store. nl2-2m
L
L Douglass* Gentlemen's Department.
SPECIAL?120 DOZ. PUFFED AND FLAT SCARFS.
Our price for these Scarfs has never been less than CI.
** We shall sell them this week for
s FIFTY CENTS EACH.
dl7 DOUGLASS'. 522-524-526 9th si
U
' ^ ice And Useful
christmas presents.
LEMAIRE AND CRESCENT OPERA-GLASSES,
GOLD SPECTACLES AND GOLD EYE-GLASSES
will be sold during the
HOLIDAY SEASON
20 per cent less than anywhere else, as we are new beginners.
at the
VIENNA OPTICIAN CO.
Also,
A Fine Selection of Brazilian Febbles, and Everything
Y Pertaining to the Optical Business.
EVERY ARTICLE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES
and
ONE PRICE ONLY.
oc31-3m No. 1304 FSTREET NORTHWEST.
NOAH WALKER k CO.. Q - ERY.
625 Pennsylvania a vs. What shall I give him for
S CLristma1* present?
b ANSWER.?What is more
1 appr<-pria;e thau
A Suit of Clothing,
i NOAH WALKER k CO, An Overcoat.
r . Dr ^si'i Gown.
e 625 Pennsylvaniaava A iKiir Kid Gloves or a
Handsome -can'*
A lar?re sten t now on hand
e to select from.
... Gentlemen's Prince Alberts
NOAH WALKER Ac CO? and Four-butt" n Cutaway
, Coats, Vests aud Sack Suits.
62o Pennsylvania ave.
A larve line of Boys'.Youths'
and Mfi's suits, from
<5 to C30.
Boys' and Young Men's
Overcoats.
NOAH WALKER k CO., Suits fur the little ones for
4 to 10 years of sge.
625 Pennsylvania ava Children's Overcoats and
, Ulnterettes.
Oentleinen's Dress Over?
couts.
Fsr-ft-class Clothing at the
lowest pricas for cash.
NOAH WALKER & CO., Now is the time for Holiday
Clothing and iaiysiiis.
625 Pennsylvania ave. d22
?40 va ?100
AMONG THE ATTRACTIONS OF THE CHRISTMAS
times none commends itself more particularly
than the
HALL TYPE-WHITER.
Simpler in construction.
AND CC0 CHEAPER.
than its more pretentious rivals, anyone can operate
it. Ladies depending on their own exertions (
will find this machine of great advantage. Where,
then, is there a better Christmas Present from the 1
benevolent* Please call and see the superior work of (
this new claimant for public patronage.
d20 R H. EVANS. General Agent. 1321 F Street.
i Pure And Invigorating
Those who may wish to purchase, either as a delicious
beveiage or for medicinal purposes, an UNADULTERATED
WHISKY, are Invited to make a trial of tue
celebrated brand.
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W W H H II "SB? K K Y This
whisky, upon an analytical examination, has
proved to be free from Fusil oil, aud indeed of any of
the modern ingredients which are used to give a fictitious
age and flavor to this popular drink.
F<JR sale by
Browning k Mi Idleton. Farbonr k Hamilton.
J. B. Bryan k Bro., C. C. Bryan.
B. L V he. ler. Thomas A. Rover.
. I N. T. Metzgar k Bra, BeaU k Baker.
John II. Magrudcx, J. C. Erg od k Ool,
& R. Waters. W. H. H. CiasaL
?
WASHINGTON. D. a
1 H. &. H. W. CATHERWOOD,
Sols Trope tatars.
i *
t 14-Sm PHILADELPHIA.
I French Clarets, M.7\ ?4 and *4.50perdoaan.
American Native Wines. Brandies and Chainpagnsa,
California, Virginia and Ohio, four bottles tor CL
t VICTOR SoUX. 1747 Pennsylvania avenoa.
Agents for first-class houses, Bordeaux. Bunruuay.
Chsmnagnss and Coma Vins da loot sortas an caiaa,
k nU-a?t
. AOCORDION JPlXATBRl
l Tlie Maattr with which Mass. Ballade eatahHshad bar
s&r ,
DRY GOODS.
I^IOSING Opt STOCK.
PRIOR TO MOVING (MARCH Ut?.
0_, * * wnx
SELL OCR ENTIRE -T ( R AT POST FOR C
thk next sjxr* days.
ConttaUsv of *11 them* derai l. v.v> s to be f
ln flJ*t-ciM8 Dry ?? <i* House
vX-l* xT^V-i for lioiwirtw^ to furui<b
!TwS V^;^VcTiHU LlNi.N. M l h
a.lvJir.iL?" B, A>. RtTS. Ac.. lid ?ill find .1 t..
wb??"* ?"aail?o our atock before bttyhv
' A. LCTTKELI. k CO..
_?2S' 817 Market H<
For Receptions A nd Parties.
SEATON* PFRRT.
(SUCCESSOR TO PFKRV 4 BROTHER.*
iini??,TE ANP BLACK BEADED S.l
WH?'Tii nRlS^i ASP <yi.OK p WO-TONF !
SCfe&Hr^ ^Lyons VLW
? IVEXLNOW""RSTUWET- *'?"EPTIUN
C?^*p1,K-T*-t\tl Z1.K!S ?XI> H-H IOSS
CUM1LKTK Ah O MENT ol Bl *PK avn ?
,M*H> LYON* Aix" I! K VK! Vi'TS ND *
60-INt H?s 11?K B A1 K MLK AND WOO! S
LIKNXr l-i)I; C'TlU'l l!\Ks * ? *??L f
K?i'?f5?ifit- S WJDh sJi.K skaL PI.| s
Ui;D^ ^ QCE-. FROM f2.i?0 TO ?lo
Pril NUT'S CELFBRATTI) Kin Oi OV1 S
GR)IV LY HMtr.'ED I1C1 s <i\ 1 Vis
DK:"M\N^liyl S% JAt K* 1 S XEW MAKKETS
IRIj-H AND GESMVN MM \ r>AMK K * a
C OTHS. AI.LVII?rn?. ?M? . n, , >,< "
FANVV LINEN 1?amVsK HINul ) If
8.4'winF^vVT-?-^)Y1 ' V8To VM. II. 11
IM. CA> iuN *LANXr.L FOR 1 aBLE CO\
XL'ii:I^":s, IN avCK AVI) I'AJUSK TOW Ft
' VK ^''HTJU N r * OK DIM 1 U
ODSBY UASLMU 1
R^ FKiakti?oi>% *LAls tL^>^ ANUV
SEAT OX rEURY. Piubt RnLDixa,
P<ni)iiyJv*uU ?wuue, cvriier JUi sir<
Established RifO.
SeMI-AnXUAL Ik EDUCTIONS.
SILK VELVETS and PPESS GOODS. CLO
NEWMARKETS. VI8ITES and JACKET*
at greatly reilnc d pri?*? UV have ? luucU L
etoek than usual, and have determined U> 1 \>+. 1
out at very low price*. <it-eat Uiva.iij *rc uL
in clioice trends.
Special saU- of Colored Velvets at 42. jo, tuatked c
from S3.50.
T ricot Cloibs, in choice abrtd-s. reduced trom Si
ez
Krocade Velvets. in black at d colors, have
marked down, and w ill be sold very c!)t*n.
Colored Brocade Silks reduced from $2 50 to $1.
Full Bleached Daiuask Towels rodu.-cJ ftwm #4.
f J.
Black Satin Merveilleux rwdu>ed from ? l.Tr, to |
9?Uto*#! ti,'mau Vtivet?. *li colors, reducud
Otir stock was never l?Kr<>r. tad our tfoods are
class and of the newest stj U s.
We have Juf. recc i\t d a eboice lot of eveuiti#
and Crepes. Crepe do Chitto* ana S^tuin.
W. M. SHU8TEB & 80X8.
ONE EEICE. fla iVnusylvatua Aveu
N. B.-THF. T EST IS T1TE CHEAPEST.
JJ0L1DAV OFFEKIXG.
*
E. G- DAVIS,
719 MARKET 8PAC
GRAND DISPLAY OF HOLIDAY GOODS.
WE HAVE ON OCR COUNTERS NOW THE FIN
LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS WE HAVE EVER
FEBED?MANY THINGS AT ABOUT HALE PiiK
ILL ALSO OFFER SPECIAL BARGAINS IX
BLACK DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
POPULAR UOODS AXD POPULAR PRICES.
E. G. DAVIS.
COR. EIGHTH ST. AND MARKETSPA<
JV GJ oixg ?0 Carry Any 0\
THEREFORE HAVE MARKED EVERY HI
WRAP DOWN TO I RIME COST. WHICH CONS
OF SHORT AND LONG COATS. MLK ?TRCUL
CLOTH DOEMANS. SII.K AND CLOTH HI S.'
CIRCULARS. AND XF.WMARKETS; A UIKT WH
TO BUY A CHRISTMAS PREbEXT CHEAP.
AX ELEGANT LINE OF FIVE EMBROIDE
HANDKERCHIEFS. SIIJv UMBRELLAS For
HOLIDAYS. SILK AND COTTON HOSIERY J
EL'lIES IN LINEN DAMASK SETS, TOW EES
JAPKIXS.
ALL COLORED BROCADED VELVETS AT
IUAL COST TO CLOSE.
TLEGAXT LINE OF DRESS GOODS TO SEL
A PRESENT FROJL
ONE PRICE. PLAJX FIGURES.
s."l: uempstove.
dl!* 803 Market spa
gHIRTS RET AIEED Ai WHOLES U^fPRKJJ*
Buy the Conif-.rt Fhirt, cletrantly made, of the
tnnsiin and HOU iiuea. rfi'j:orced, ami only 7.?o
Fine Unfinished Slurta oUiy aJo. iaieat Pwcaici
only tEoi).
Finest Ijtin.lri.Hl Dr?jj Shirts, ln solid bosoms, r
to put on. for $ I.
?? fiuert D??a Sh'rt? madeto or ler isclid 'wmi
?a. I erlecl n t KUarouievd at
MFfHXNlS'
H?u F ?tpe
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T H H AA NX N K K S ?
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T H H AAA N XX K K K 2 ,
T U U A A N NN k. K Kbs? !
THE MISFIT STOIIE,
CORNER 10th AND F STREETS.
THANKS is Krateful, it-.do-i for the very ift
THANKS patronage rw^ived dorinir the past w
THANKS and oif rs sincere tlianks for the tit
THANKS asAstauce. Of coutae, such crowds of
THANKS U>niers played havoc with our a^aortm
THANKS and for this n-ason we wiJIcontinn
TH ANKS s?tl the l?alanc?' of ?t ck of fine Suit*
THANES Overcoats for Men. Youth. Hoye and <
THANKS dren at 50 CENTS ON TH . D< ?LI
THANKS While sires are generally brokt^j we 1
THANKS su h an immense variety that we can
THANKS suit every one to aize, atyle (quality
THANKS beet of all. iTice.
FULL DRESS SUITS (SWALLOW-TAIL COA:
For New Year Calls, a Specialty.
At the
MISFIT STORE,
COR 10th AXD F STREETS.
REMEMBER
CORKER OF TENTH AND F STREETS.
d29
Rough.
ROUGH-FACED GOODS MAKE TTf F BF.S1
OVERCOATS ROUt;H-KA(M;D DOES NOT
MEAN" NOT FINE IN QUALITY. FOB TH!
VERY FINEST WOOL IN T E WORLD IB U
THE MONTAGNAC GOODS. OVEliCOATl
MADE FROM ROUGH GOOD* ARE WARM SI
AND NOT SO HEAVY AS sMoOTH-EACED
CLOSELY WOVEN BEAVERS OR KERSEYS
WE HAVE A MONTAGNAC MA E BY TH!
HA1 RIS MILLS; IT 18 WELL MADE ANI
MAKES A GOOD LOOKING kkrvicfaHT.I
COAT. THE PRiCEIh t25.
GEOEGE SPBAXST.
OKI PRICE CLOTHIER AXD TAILOB,
07 SEVENTH STREET.
da!9 Opposite U. & Pact OA
rpHE CELLULOID TRUSS; THAT NEVER I RE.
*w.w?? o?t. always ckaa. and cao be a
faJk la tur "air at
CHAS. FIsH I'lCS,
-,_n 7tiistPwtDorUiwM
^WtS^TJWIlCB dtvsMi baa attaMHi to Uw waui
BOOKS. dx. ^
1'OB 1. HK ]NEW \ EAJL
Disries vnd rhvsician* \ i itinr TArta.
\ ii V oriitn Dt. rjr oa tl? 1it*.
!>l iih-U' - ' vt Not ? on tin I >- ??, >it*
ASH. Church. Whit T .k r'* ami Ol. i? ian Atmsnaoa
\HiUir Mid ln\aiv.ob liixk Uautrull) iiiirrirtd
outid *i:d printed.
MM BALLAXTYNE 4 RON.
heir ?" 4* HfVt-ntti atre <
.INS.
Ox ir XT V
else- ^ KW 1 EAR'S
I OOStHUtTULATIOX AND VISITING CARD*
DURE s. AEMAXa.-k BLANC
BOOKS. G< "l.I> PEN*. MKBCAN'TILt
u"*- bTATIONKBY. AO.
?? O c PCK*EKL BoanrxuK,
418 ?TH STRT1 T N?'Ki
IN F.W IU.USTKATEP IJooKH
AT J HN r. r?l.Rl irs
0?Y-w,?Slirtih I V, by In ur ( . J*ro-w>.
fiotn** Modern K?c I v J B. W. IMtct .-.?-k
1 In- (<ii?-mi tt.? k. w h rv :oav be iwowlil Ii? <-otnlm
and k truest*. ha:id-oin..y Uluv.tated by iuGM
HIS "Tin l'4'.iy kmcdaoi * thli to tlx (MMl bouk a( Ihl
gift
!'T^- 1 ho larfiet Variety of 1U i<l*v (toad* in th.- --lty.ot
' f JoHN t I'Aitk !'.K.
-'Y Jj fr aud eiifiU uou u? <
All.
liooES! Booksi BOOKS !
?OL- | 4i
,,CI" I BiUM'S,
HKK
PER '
?1C SEVENTH STREET NJRTHWMI.
AND
AND
W. ?>f> r * si*?cnl hnrr*tntoonr cn'tomer*in Tint- )
RLE ttat?-d Gilt B*>oKs. including D:nt.'v int< mo. ti!u?trat?*?i
li> 1'ort. ?.>nly #:-< ?M. torn > r ? ? (!fl: Paradtm
XCH Eo?t iTnmrated by Wore, ouly *S 98, tortnei |Tk*#10.
lati.'ly Hifal' ?, T ? !i'i*' Kittle*. luniks,
t-K- Hyri i < and Catholic Prayer ?t 1- ? ?t fticr".
s < h< \ -unasaad New Y?-?r'? Cm\iii su KT"-at \wM;.
!XG ' " ??" 1 '>cra vej PI .! ' and 50 carta. only *0e. Ttoe work
Unft uuil tu th? Snewt Mtyic.
)Jit- Oil and cxmiuii. nur m -ck of H k' and stationery.
Vt truarantft- uur priiin u> l* TU- ;o?<?t lu tbe city dlf
1. HBISTMAS AND XEW \ EAft CABDH,
'
TOGETHER WITH A
at 1
r\ LL AND COMPLETE fcrOCK Of
327 (
?? j GOODS FOB THE liOi.It>A VS.
r* l.-r !W,
'i!;?' .< i r*y, T-i'.njrai'n. Husk in. rroerwm. IIIidml
I r. SJllU.?>vj . M
lo-it?. w tiK'ii I tiixitc ait ly < a>| Iroiu iny Int uda
?liU I uliiW to lliftUrt cliol<'< ul n'k
U A. W lilTAEEB,
AK3. 11"-' l'i AVMIIOQ.
(_HBI8TMAS And ^ KW \ EAR'S C AR1)3
*riff r IN LA'I'V.S r AUTISTIC 1?! ->1 NS
"m ALSO. WIIAP JhKiKs, ?m:I> M l". Ms | TABierod
Li TS n<'l.II>\\ lit K i K > ?Ml -.! VilONKKY,
AT kiBfi. UL'N J'EJI'S f! i I UTINii I.IIIKARr.
"- ** 1 I.* IV :i >1* UlU??1iH.
C'ALI. AT V. IT \IOHRfMiVS,
' 4T5 CEKMHtLVtMt A\ Jiff,
An t B tin- Imjk. u. I .>, immtt of
CHRISTMAS t Alius, 1. vl Mill. <il?T LMES,
b?iili ri'iur*>ux aud Mucalar.
Al>?. lat "t H.y m ii: IvIikiktv
llOLIDW <ii h ?l? (?u s f" jf
Si? (*!&! attractlous m uuM-iii.t of Iluvb, Leather.
L --dii*- Mini l'ru?>?.
50 to J 111 1{M M 'I 1 US ii dt-sxus.
? UUdr>ir? B'H*kS and 1 i
t. M Chi Mtiuaa Tiv- Oli N A Ml. NTS *nd ( 1 ;;MAN FA611
\Oi. from
PEA* OUTR. BRACK ITS. II.AMIS aid B*sk IH.
I v?-r> cuKi..:nfr ws i lie |'r?t>. aud wtli a Ixttu'.ifui
. ; PocJ;? t Cn.'t iidar lor Ihss. j.s
&r?t- - ?
I "%\TASHINOTO\ t'Ui? I'EATINt* EIBRAHV, * >7
>? 14lli Htrret I.orth* ?!. N ? ii M>haai>d H u - licuU
a?-> < !' an puuhabtxl. tin statlju? r? a< low j . t<
j U2D-SIB M v H T V? Asltl.; RN .V Co.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
M. :? : ^:?SOM
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?oa PENNSYLVANIA AVENUJC.
VsiT Sole A*?n'?forOnirKKRINa< RAND, SQUARE and
1 Li LIOfll i'lANOS. tin* beat in tlM WorlA.
OF- 1
| Mont complete aMHol tuiuot in the city.
JE- I Aiao. k WAlUitN OBUANS, and aU MHk
cal .Men li^ndiikf.
l'TANOS RH'AIRLD in their own work o?un? ^
M'd> rau* R?U*. uXt Jw
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SS^. T IK UN X N WW WW A A V Y
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ORAND. 8yl ARK AND LPBIGHT
PIANOS.
Th? Ik-st in the World.
-E. A Larg* Aasoruni-nt CoiuUuti/ on Hand, at lit
Waii-rooina,
EB. 925 PENNSYLVANIA AVEXL'E.
EDW. F. I>IiOOP,
8< le Ao-nt for Steluway k So:i?' Pisnoa.
'si s Ttiniiur wnd Km, aiiinif 1 romptly ^.tUi^ded t<< br Ra>
AKS. U*J >le W orkm -u. d20-I y
?Bt $10 P LU MOXTH.
RED
1HE K0 0A6H PAYMENT REQUIRED
iOV
AND
PIAXOS of the best and l??adinf makers aold on
monthly instaJmcnu of fid. So ca^b paym.-t
AC- required.
ORGANS J OR<", \NS! ORGANS !
ECT ' * '
%
ORGANS old on ni"nth'v Iro-ta lmenta of Larsa
: and \ ariod bto. a to beleci i'roiu.
I
Seoond-hund FIaNOS and ORGANS at
1 h?furtf. to make rouiu.
fi*. j
k
w blI?\EY T. NIMM0,
luita. ^
iiru ?J1C_ 4s;< 7th ?tn<et nortliwaat
ea-lf ^ tT.T> &Z BrO.M
VI iiM.t iil Holiday ii. Kucfftud Kru-jiSM
BCli ok Hau*b 1'iniioi, uud vuri?>n * ?>nnQi. ?;)T>r
ly's , wondeiftU s> if-i'lHj i'iK nt*.
t Wiki'm mtn inus I'iauo *.ih?tk aud ?>ti:.-r M iiflfal
Novehi<-s. Hit* U-?.t a-suitni-nt of kiuH.<'ai ln?tra>
in-nt* and Muttical ttix.dn ?-. ii?a-aliy at 70? 7tn trvot
liOrtJiwoKt. between G siiil Ii streets. dli
ff^HE UEINEKAMF AND STCLTE A B vUEU
A tPLIOHl AND syl AuL PIANOS
MS
j Stand nnrlvftle,! for all th? flne q'ialltie? of worktnaa*
ahip. tou<- and duraliility, ?:audinir aolidl)' In tuna, and
Ifrvuitf uiiuaoal aaUntactioa
We make a specialty of takinr In ex< hanis> old Pianos
r.d pariicnlarty in ^ coni-hi d Sgu?r n. for n?w Pp?
rich In, tdvinir tbo fi'.linxt vaiue tor thi-m, and maklti#
low prReti and eaay l aymei u a tpcciai mduoMuent to
e>ral prompt aud rviiaLue Liuyorm
??k.
11 p) y
A ?rood stock of aecond-band Piano* at low pr,cos and
easy terms.
tent, ,
e to ;
and NotLlng aold but what wtan flea araaponalbiag?r
'hil- aJL,tee Ijr,Aa
iiave |
^'t| j n?l FACTORY WAREROOMR 422 Sth rtrtttL
Hallit-. davis aVo.'k ore \t kpeciaLtt?
THEIR I PBIGHT ' RANIi PIANO,
In ti>-w and elefraut my new nrdi, at KfucnJ factory s
Itiow. H. L. ISUMNEK. til tfth street n w. ooll
/ * EN' 1^1 ~TT. KI.K-' PIAN< S
re , 'I ARE MADE BY DECKER BHOK.. S. Y PT T fTI
' G. H Kl'HN. j>ole Ai.- ut.407 lOtii atroet u. w. ?
AltviforVardettoivaiis. ocj '
KE1CHENI5 V TPS PIANO WAREROOMS. HA NX
vf various aitett lor ?al? aud rent at iv-^2Ja
diced pi'K ???. Mm Knaiw It Co S world-r?-1 llfn
Hownod i'lanoa. luiniiat aul iTt ainiut
llUi fcire^t. aliore Pi. ava WB J
Steck& C/o.. Kmeksox & Bacs&Co
PI AN08.
WILCOX k WHITE AND KIMBALL ORGAN'S.
Plane* and Organs eschature*:. renatred.
tiineii, boied; lor rent l>> d?y. vi.-.-k. monU^rtT^^^n
ov y ar. Bciit applied H purcui-? L
iuil alocA of 5c. Mnau.
HKNKY EVEKBACH,
PI5 F ?TRKRT
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Da HAINES'
GOLD EX SPECIFIC,
A POSITIVE CURE
FOR DRUNKENNESS OR THE UQUOB HABIT.
It can he riv?>n In a cup of ?off*e or t?a without tha
k:' ii'iito' of tbej>eraoti tnklnr it. la atMolutcly harm*
1<-hm. and a-ill <-C>ct a peimmu-at aud ap^dy eui^
p Hb--UirT the i?th-at laa niob .- .t- drinkw or an afceo>
t bo U wi*ck. It has been (rtv< n a thousands of ca-es, and
in every' instance a p>-rt>x-t cure bua foilowrd IT Kill
i tails. Tbe systun one imi'i (."uated vr:th Ote Si aciSo,
it Uvouua an utter impoaailaiity ior the iniuor appatita
W "Xt"L GOLDEN SPECIFIC 00.. ProprteWt,
Ciudmtftti, Ohkk
For Mia by
R. K. HFUlIF.XSTIint. J
ERBITT HOUSE DBI G STORE,
Corner 14th and F strai t*, alw corner 14 th atrwt tm? WM
3^ Vermont avenne. Waahi .?ton, D. C. J9
Call or wiite for c rcularr and mil particulars dlS-a ' J
IKS ROCER' ?NOW ISYOUB TIMT.?LAMP CHZIB. 1
ran vT my sat ball ;iric.nj?dJ um oi annul. i?c. iame.Mai I
fancy medium, rac.; lance, rfc - leader medium. GOc.j 1
lar^e, 7ic ; anr. or siudt-nt. 30c.. buruera, tie., Tfc^ M
t SE^perdtWBU. wicka.2te. ink-.. 6u-. per rroas; oud
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