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THE EVENING ST AI i.
w a ? h i 5 (i t o n:
ffonnay february o. is^3. i
crohfiy *. yoyf? v?!?lor.
the erriiinii ntnr h:m a rrjilnr, prrmanm: ,
1n?n? hdt dailyrttrnlati?n more than irelilf
that ?f any alhrr pap^r pitbtvdirrt iii
nnd e^tinl in tbnt ot' s* 11 the
olbcr rtaiiv |m|m-r< hi-re n?mr?l ci>st-(ir"r.
after hpr.r:iic from nmrv men ot" many minds
in xeir york rify, mr. .j i <?k hi." notebooks
up to mr. til!- 11 ruril home o? the
ilnd^on, and the two ^rui'-mri, \v<*h mr.
itaniel mann n*? a* a m:jti: il trlend, passed a
quiet sunday there talki ' i t: j.
as to th" new y<-rk city conferences, it is
rretty well nnd r-to-d rlta' vyhile tli?y -> t ie i
hntliin^sthe; p>it cleveland in posv/.?sion of
* faet_s which will go n lor.s w; y t-iwarikimahiiug
litm to make h!<rt?rl*i|>n''. incidentally,moreover,
itro <r three unp >r'an^ items <<|" j>oliry
anw out, wi-'l: f"T .nif as the dctcimina.
tlon nf tlie l*r,- ident- a* ? to niiscit<> the spirit
?>f the civil scrvm-e rub and 1 oppn irioii to
farther silver coinage. his ? ..nebil policy will
undoubtedly be in sympathy with (he views of
ibe m rch?nnof :h< < ast.rather than i*<th the
theories of the "wild w>l." this is shown as
much by the n?m'^-! "kcnof ;neoniie<*tion with
the treasury portfolio as by a y explicit s-tateluentx
of poiicy.
a rather enrioiv* fact '?that the chicf ad vi'"rs
of cleveland thus ihr ;ir ? >( jh.- oirn sp?!;?'uof
cabinet officers. t!.- e rn to >>? several
persons behind the thr?v,- ??f those who have
aad special influence with the iv i dent-elect
?re tilden. manning. 11;. ;:dali, carlisle, field,
lamar, b.?y.ird and qonnan. n >n of these
gentlemen may enter the .tbinet, though svv'
eral could do so if they de in f1.
only eighteen workiiii; remain of th>s
fonuress, and none of the l ir.-f appropriation
bills have been passed, nor i< the river and harbor
bill disposed of. hence it is hi<rh time for
congress to bestir it-elf it its simple routine
work ?s to lie accomplished. notliinj; in t lie line
of jr?>neral ki'bution is now possible, except
thai here and there an nnimt-ortant bill i>f this
character may -lip through by nhrewd manasemeutorgood
luck. mr. i\.\ lall proposes to get
three appropriation i-iil- i inui^h the house
this week, tbe post ofliw.l and sundry
civil. if he does, it will r. i:<-v?_- il:< pr --ur?- and
make an extra session \ r impri>b.ode. but it
will take good management on his part to accomplish
this stmt.
the new . from kgypt eo niu?-< tol>e meaner
and unsatisfactory. cordon- ' ,?e is in doubt,
str.d tber? is some uncertainty, a'-o, as to what
will beer n? of the army of i. -cue. in this
emergency, england has found a very useful
ally in italy, a nation where the martial spirit.
is reviving on both land and sea. and which has
ambitions designs in africa that are in line
with england's dltlieulties. italy can now help
hesrelf by helping england, so that she can
easily be benevolent. h(>r trf?>j>s are already
moving to the sondan. and they will be wel- ,
coined by th j british forces there as a most
timely help.
^ ]
it is evident that the new '.?rlea:is exposition
is badly off linanclally. and that the government
must help it out or risk a failure of the
enterprise. and there is force in the argument
that as the government invited the co-operation
of foreign exhibitors it is bound to see that the
exposition does not collapse. if it is right and j
proper to appropriate 91,000,0?h> for the show,
there is no constitutional otyeetion, surely, to 1
an extra 9500,000. the exp>sition has suffered
from a variety of troubles from the start
bet seems to be getting into better shape now' 1
arid the supplementary appropriation asked
for will probably be enough to carry it pro-per- !
ously to a conclusion. j
in the face of the blizzards of the winter it has }
required a little nerve in the ice companies to t
lake their usual predictions of an ice famine
;"xt summer, but nerve is a valuable quality
v 'a which tho-e companies are well prhvided,
an 1 the claim, therefore, has been loudly made.
as a matter of fart, however, tin- ice harvest has
been abundant, and the storehouses on the
northern rivers are filled to the limit of their
capacity.
this is not a good year for reclprcrity treaties.
those pending in congress are 1 retty sure of
defeat, and great britain has just signifiei her
disinclination to reject the prop **! treaty of !
reciprocity between this country and the west
indies. |
an extra ses>ion is coming up as a possibility.
well, washington has a 1 harming spring and 1
early summer climate, gentlemen.
the JL?est Is The D rstbicr. i t
t
ask tok it.
i
scttlitz-s milwaukee lagek.
for sate in l>)ttles hy i 'balers fseneraily, and in
ck>ks and kotth by oi? .\gi-dt f
ramttkt. c palm fb,
1224 -^t>th st. st. ii.w.
telephone 451. ju20
t^ubuampa^e and hofcruofni).
eleca>rpan1: am-: honkiiorxt).
ejj-:c a.mi'a.nk an i) hop.; hut no. 1
ixkl'a.ml'a.nk a.\!) jinkk ihh nr. i
klk( a m i'a.nk an1> houeikjlm?. *
cnre &!1 s'ages ?>f <vinj;t?, c(>m, u?iars"ik*s. liroifhl- '
tkiv. th > -!?*ar tli?- vi.ice .n-.j vh,[|m- h.e tl:roat.
j r>.*>b su^?)ily j:s-.1 retvived. liuif (^niud
cents.
?<:>:> at abllivb nattans. phinni.rwt.
ooruer 14tl? aint i. an<1 ai.<l u ms. k.w,
iilportek op kkkn' h win! -, hk^ai'
ciia tp.\<;n ! nl> i li: t'l a t-s
frenrli l*lar? t?. ^-1 :in*l > 1 ."?o fcr n.
a):st-:i(a;i s*live vv af:*;.--. .ti.-i ch.ut. s.
uifvroli, \ iil.-.nia at.'! < ?tii.- i.. ,r i.lr ?1.
\ 1^ h'h la >1 x. 1747 ivniisylvair.a ave.
aireutt; for :.ws huute<. i>irtl?a;ix. biiri;j!:ily.
oiaini'ttgnesj ai.d cognac. vius ?ie luut ?. ties ea
___ ul-voljl*
av amsley it n edm'ki.l,
of 79 mi rth 'ljar!?-s **rei-r. ttalthtjore,
wu1 ap?n on february 11. 1 for !' ;ir flays.
in private parior at wilurd's lfotej,
an elegant ar 1 r^o.ce a>-^>rtnieut. i"
eakly m*kinu i?bks-;to axtl wraps.
auo. a fta:i a'lit <,rnp]ete line>r< \i.lhti<1 kveytn"
dhhsski l'roui wliicli - l<.-. - w.. 1 bv tjkea.t 1 lw
a alentixes! \ alentixks!! ,
a fr.-l aisertmp-jt j rjt received aa<! displayed for
iete<-tion at
g. a. wnitakfr s,
w 11'pennsylvania nvenue.
Prist I>cttek.
^ f .xre r?x'? > iri^. from t :?e?!rirv. tv.ree'imes
??'?!? the i'oliouit,; vrvil-kucwu of 'ialjle
?uu?i.
ifir. Q. U.
jos. c. i fa oox's sons,
northern, westerc <"er/?r a ! o "1 h t markets. ;
Also, farrayit it irk^t, 17th at.il k
__________ - r_-js n- j^l7-lm
a iknna oltioan co.,
f2 1304 f strekt northwest.
shirts' snmrs' ^hip.ts'
fix ft"" t>res? s> rrs ni;.<> or'' r rf wamsntta
cotton and i. nen for 5.7.0o, reauy for
wear; perfect fit it uraut.-wl.
a?k to s-f V e crown ; ! ofont* s trttlt. n.'-.M
o. r-'. of the lah.ui an.j guod l^aen. ouly
&uc. at
baltimore ep.anftt shirt factory
^ ib02 F street northwest.
w ilson-'i i1 amot s s- 50
!1 ii 00 rrk ,
2 h h cto i ^ 3
i hit o o is b".
c s h m o o f s
888 h li oo * h* ~
yne ^"r.ok1 !n t'att-more has t-r-?-n ^reat<>r than the
sup('i) aijil^are >t. : uj. u-.?l acw *e | rr'jvse to
give the v *shi:v.' sv cbatu-e to buy these fateuua
?ftoe< ,-or la>tie>?an^ geutle.'iieo.
i"Jt i-kdiea " "is<? luakf t<> immaurea are itandstitche<i
shoe at
for ge"tlen;ei w? make to measure onr celebrated
waakfuj ha^t at $.'>.00.
f.
h. wiiivon, crartox saotxaixx,
*, . t
tth street nor* bn eel, waohinston.
a5*> 232 w. *ittmnre at.. eftltiui.ire, md. n28
fiiE Soreheads
Say that wr nre only A cents. Well, we admi;
the 5--it impeachment, and cheerfully
confess that we are THE only agents
OF THE PEOPLE
Ir. the District of Colombia In oir particular
ant! peculiar lire of business?to wit:
Manufacturers and Dealers in
FIXE READY-MADE CI/)THING.
Wo ere particular to select only stich ma(er
ai as we know will give entire satisfaction
af> to wear. We are particular as to
styl?. we are particular as to make and
fiuish, and car peculiarity consists in seein?:
tli.it no cus'or.ier is dissatisfied with his
purchase; that no one in our employ attefupts
to force upon a customer any garment
with which he is not well pleased: that
our purpr^e is to reverse the methods of
s)iar|?-rs. Tricksters and Hypocrites who
seek tn impress upon their employes tliat
ih?k! Salesmanship docs not consist in Benin*
n customer what he want', but in forcIne
!jK>n him What IT.- Does Not "Want, and
to tl at end offer premiums to their dependents
or stipendiaries to Shove OfT old unsalable
and tn.de-irahle garments on the uninitiated.
That is what They call
BUSINESS.
For an illustration of how smoothly,
pleasantly. agre*-:tbly end handsomely Ilia
Reverse .'netliud works, attend the
LETTER SALE
AT
ADLE R'S
10 Plot CENT 10
CLOTHING HOUSE,
927 and 029 Seventh street northwest.
Corner Massachusetts Avenue.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE,
ffV Open evening until 9: Saturdays until 11. 19
IIolly Tree" ^VXuslins.
"W e make it a rule never to buy a lire of goods and
make a price on the same with the deliberate intention
of making a higher price a duv, week or month
later, let, we have done this very thing. Our reasons
are l hi-'f: Notwithstanding the over production
by nearly all the mills now producing Shirtings and
SheetingM, a certain manufacturing company has
produced an entirely new line of goods, comprising
Muslins, shirtings, Skirtinus, Cambrics. Percales aud
I' llow Case Muslins, and. in order lo introduce them,
have taken the extraordinary vlan of placing them
before the retail t r.tle at less price than the actual
net cost of manufacture (so they say). At any rate,
the s;r?ods are of such excellent qualify ana valui''
we have obtained control of them for this market,
mid invite our customers to carefully inspect tliem
for the lollowing reasons:
1. Fineness of material and beauty of manufacture,
thereby preventing cracking.
2. Entire freedom from starch and dressing, insurer
ease in making, and running through the sewing
machine.
Retain their whiteness af.er the most thorough
*ear and laundering.
4. Made of tine, soft, firmly twisted thread, guarantying
durability.
"IIOLLY TREF" SKIRTING,
Hol.LY TREE'' SKI RUNG. ? i!5
-HOLLY THEE" SKIRTING, \Sa
-holly tree - skirting, & m
-Holly tree- skirting, s*<-m
"holly tree" shirting, +>
"H??LLY TREK" SIURTING)
"Holly tree- shirting, few?c.
"HOLLY TREE" SHIRTING. '"*?
"HOLLY TREE" SHIRTING, ^
"HOLLY TREE" CAMBRIC, .11 ?,
"HOLLY TREE" CAMBRIC Mi ?> '?
"Holly tree" cambric, n ?"c
-holly trek" cambric! 11 ttJ 00
' Hi ?LLY TREE" CAM URIC, 111 ^V0
nOLLY TREE" 5-4 PILLOW CASING, 11 ?
HOLLY TREE" 5-4 PI LLOW CASINolMl - 22
HOLLY 1 REE " 5-4 PILLOW EASING. 11 ? l-*>
H< ?LLY TREE" 5-4 PiLLOW CASING 11 o-rJ
HOLLY TREE" 5-4 PI LLOW CASING, 111
We desire the unbiassed opinion of every housekeeper
in Washington on these Muslins, and shall
wld them at these prices until absolutely compelled
o do otherwise.
After these goods have become well Introduced
Ik# manufacturers may put the price at such a
ig'ire that we will think it unwise to buy them, but
bis we do not anticipate. We will only say this,
lowever. that at the prices quoted we believe them
o be intrinsically worth two cents per yard more
hau any other goods In the market,
(Third tioor, take the elevator.)
WOODWARD A LOTHROP,
BOSTON DRY GOODS HOUdE.
ONE PRICE ONLY.
>21 Pennsylvania ave. [19] 912 D sL
t ull Dress Shirts
Made to our special order-Men's Plaited-Bo*om
-hirts: Utiia Nonpareil muslin. 'J'JOO linen bosom
md bands: bosom lined wiih butcher's linen: made
vith ?ectlo?:ai yoke; perfect slope. re-enforced body, I
ii;e:i g\. > 's. lulled seams, luuid-imuie button-holes, |
H> and lt? I* aits, :U1 isizi.r,; bosoms finished to order, i
vith ' i.e. two or three stud-holes, without extra
har^e,
ONLY $1.25 EACH.
WOODWARD <fc LOTHROP,
BOSTON DRY GOODS HOUSE.
901 Pa. ave. One Price Only. 912 D st.
Spring Opening
of
DRESS GOODS.
We are now daily receiving our Sprirg Importation
of I re-- In all the lie*v and d?:ra.'il?
,h..i!e^. Including Fawn. Ian and Ecru.
W?- ({i.ii'e '-p-"lallv
40 1 N't II ALL WfK.L PIN CHECK SUITING, IN
SIX I'I EE ER EN I ? < i.MBI V A t ION*, ONLY
50. . PER YARD.
WOODWARD a LoiHROP,
BUSIES DRY <.OODS HOUSE.
ONE I'll UK ONLY.
l>21Pa. [?] 912 D ?t.
J jXTHA \ a Line IN Silk HOSE.
l-iniie- Spnu si'.k Hov?, i.i three shades cf Grav
'ai'lj; at, Navv RJ ;e. al a-.d lila^-k.
ONLY s 1 ) .) PER HAIR.
EXCELLENT yl'Ai.l'i'Y. ACTUALLY WORTH
S1.50 PER PAIR. 1
WOODWARD a LoiHKOP,
Boston Dry Goods Hot-r. Os u Prick Oslt,
icjil'A.WE ! !l?t 912D.ST.
I? OR XNAUGURAL l^ECORATIONS.
1 ! A'i PRINTS.
RED. WHITE AND BLUE
BUNTINGS
A* "h1- lowest r r -e?
WWDWAKD A I.OTHROP,
BtjS'iON I.KV HOUSE.
Oi.e Pri -e Galv.
921 Pa- ave. [fe9] 912 D st.
( r IVEN ^VWAY.
e .v prf-?.i ::t to ;>".r upon r*f.t:cst at
>! :.. ts a beautiful 11 by
! '. 1- "I -??; 't o:' ic/y l a; hwork, unltedby
:. i ex , >ty T Fancy stitchings on the reverse
WOODWARD a LOTHROP,
BOSTON DRY G.JODS HOUSE
f>21 I*n. av. On? Pr.ce Only. U12 D St. 03
( 'I XM.WHAM HATTER.
V 1 ia-< i 1 -t r~e:ved tne <pi ing ?ttyie Block.
-'Lii HA I - made to or Vr a:.d old %t>lee Remodeled.
811 il %t. n.w. t9
^ E W ^\. TTRACTIONS
NEXT WEEK:
Commencing
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9th,
at 410 Seventh sthkict.
TV.e cl' ?ing features of this wsek will bo
SUITS FOR FIFTEEN DOLLARS,
OVERCOATS FOR TEN DOLLARS.
SUITS FOR TEN DOLLARS,
PANTALOONS FOR FIYE DOLLARS.
T'.e fcrt.ier w-rth It ts unnecessary to state, but 1/
you e.r? capable of discerning barpains, now is your
l.: e. as cpiortunity wliicL may not occur again soon.
1 :?c I t:ri .".lii-jg Coo<is Department is also olferlng
son.t spc.ial l'rt:;;a.08, noticably To-Day?
JDest and latest Styles of
LINEN COLLARS,
Fur|$1.50 per ttoz.:
And Ejnhroldered Night shirts for 75 cents.
HEN9IRO,
THE OLOTniER
410 SEVENTH STREET fe7
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R HO OY Y A A L Wood, Glass, CUl'OA,
KRR O O Y Y A A L Leather. Crockery and
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li'ittle! i>r,igg!iis j^ud Grocers. so'JO
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Special Sa'e commence MONDAY, February Pth,
an l terminates SATURDAY, February 14th. Ouly t
the BEST GOODS on Sale.
Finest Stockinet Jerseys, Paris made, elegantly
trimmed with Herman braid, inches wide Latest
French novelty. Fit guaranteed. i
Regular Price. $4.50.
Special Sale Price, $3.98. ,
Imported Stockinet Jerseys with new style of
collar, very handRimely braided. Cut by experienced
cutter and made by (men) tailors.
Regular Price. (
Special Sale Price, $2.98.
Fine Stockinet Jerseys with Improved shape collar
and cuff*. As perfect fitting as onr more expensive ]
Jersey J and warranted tailor-made. '
Regular Price. $2.25.
Special Sale Price. $1.09.
P.tfent "Jersey" Cloth Jerseys, silk luster. Cnt and
made by experienced work people, so that we can ,
guarantee fit and finish. '
Rpg liar Price, $1.49. ]
Special Sale Price, $1.17.
Warranted All Worsted Jerseys, which means durability.
Oit by a Frenchman, which means perfect 1
tilting. Stitched with hllk, which means they will !
not rip.
Regulnr Price. 9Sc.
Spee'ul Sale Price, 77c.
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Tom, Dirk and Harry are constantly sending us
samples of Jerseys and requesting orders. Wc have
forty-five of these "Sample" Jersey*. j
Regular Prices. $2.08, $3.98 and $4.98.
Special Sale Price, $1.98.
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Green, Brown, Garnet, Cream, Black. Sires to fit an J
Infant or big child.
Regular Price, *1.35.
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n 11171119 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
W. M. Shttster & Sons. ]
EVENING SILKS, G AUZESAND TULLF. ?
Sl'RAH STI.K*. IN NEW EVENING SHADES. ?
CANTON CREPES, ALL COLORS. t
I SATIN DUCHESS AND OTTOMANS. <
HANDSOME VELVET DRESS FRONTS. I
PEARL BEADED DRESS FRONTS.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN BLACK SILK VELVETS.
-4-INCH BLACK SILK VELVETS, $5.
BLACK SATIN DUCHESS, IN ALL QUALITIES,
AT GREAT BARGAINS. <
BUG ADE VELVETS, REDUCED FROM $4 TO ;
$2.MI.
BROCADE VELVETS, REDUCED FROM 6-OOTO ,
$:t.5<>- l
BLACK STRIPED SILKS, AT $1, THE BEST f
VALUE EVER SHOWN. ;
I.A3GF. STOCK OF SI LK AND LISLE HOSE,FOR
EVENING AND STREET WEAR ,
NEW GOODS ARE BEING OPENED EVERY
DAY.
VI KITES AND CLOAKS LESS THAN COST.
t
w. m. shuster & sons, j
one PRICE. 919 Pennsylvania Avenue.
n R.-THE BEST 18 THE CHEAPEST. 17 1
N EW JjOOKS. '
(J?oree Elliott's Life. 3 vols . <J. W. Cross). English
Literature, 2 vols., (Phillips). The Religious A*p?<*t of *
Philosophy, (Rovce). E<Var Allen Poe, (Geo. K. Woodrhe
Author of BelisatHo, (Henry James), i
\Veiu?Tev and oth<-r Stories. (Edmund Quincr). Greece in
the Tunes of Homer, tTlnayenls). Roslyn's Fortune,
(Christian RelU.)
A handsome portrait of the late Judah P. BenJ&m'.n
In barrister's gown and wig cap. i
Valeutlnus in great variety and beauty uowonexhi- f
bition. ;
WM. H. MORRISON,
f> 475 Pennsylvania avenne. j
33ea,xjtifcl "V^alenttitb Oards,
hand-painted MOUCHOIR cases I
JAPANESE SACHETS, \
NEW AND NOVEL DESIGNS.
ENGRAVING AND CARD PRINTING.
CHOICE STATIONERY, *
At WM..BALLANTYNE A SON'S,
f?7 426 7th ?treet ]
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New Banner and ^Screen Valentine*, 5c. to 60c. 1
: New Scrap Pictures, French Transfers for silk, ;
i I-:.u.;er hi,<1 Birthday Cards; Favors, French T'usua
| Pa: rs. Don't forjei to buy something for the "Lit- '
He Folks." J. JAY GOULD, '
rr-7t 421 9th street, near Pa ave. ]
Seal Skin Sacques,
tur-l'.ned Wr*p:i, Seal rlush sa'jques, Beaver Trim
minin aad MuJi '
?Ve have no oid stock, but el7.es of fresh, desirable i
carmen' s, which we are selling at such reduced prices
as to induce customers to make present purchase*.
B H. STINEMETZ A SON,
(7-8t Hatters and Farriers, 1237 Penn. ave.
Exceptionally Xjow Prices
in ;
LADIES' ^HOSIERY AND MERINO UNDERWEAR,
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B B AA U IT MMMM ? g 8
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BBB A A l/U M M M 8SS8 "!
FOR THREE DAYS ONLY !
We have been clearing our slock since the first of
the year, und shall cout.aue to give Immense Bar- I
? urn 3 iu each department. These goods were marked J
1o*a that we cannot afford to sell them at all times :
fvt the reduced prices, besides they certainly win not
last soy longer than three days. ,
A FEW ODDS AND ENDS AT VERY IX)W ^
PRICES.
LADIES HOSIERY. i
About 7 dozen English Ealbrlggan Hose, ftall regular !
miide. oil boiled in cardinal, navy, black And :
brown: now reduced to 25 cents.
They formerly were sold at 40 cento.
About 4 dozen Ladies' Raw Silk Hose, all popular i
color*, including opera shades, now reduced to 98 <
cents; former price $1 AO.
Our popular "Leader," an English Balbrlggan Hose,
unbleached, extra long, double heel and toe. now
reduced to 25 cents; worth 50 cento.
LADIES' MERINO UNDERWEAR. j
10 dozen Ladles' fine Merino Vests, regular made, in ' >
all sires, now reduced to 50 cents; former price 85 ccata.
GENTLEMEN'S MERINO UNDERWEAR.
A complete Suit of English all wool Underwear 1
Mriped, at $2.00 a suit.
The above has been sold at $3?0 a suit. 1
REMEMBER! FOR THREE DAYS ONLY!
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B B AA V U n MM M BBB
A A V V M MM M *08.
B B AAA U U M MM ,
BBB A A UU 8 3 3 "ii? M
410 7TH STREET NORTHWEST, g :
Mets ISTew Hosiery. ;
Silks In Black and Colon, only $13 per dozen.
Baibri?gans with Jersey Tops, in plain colors, only
**W. B. TEF.L,
ja27 936 Pennsylvania avenue.
WANTED?HELP.
WASTED?A GOOD RKSTACKAJfT COOK
Apply at onoe. JOHNSOXjj. 440 9th st It
WANTED-HEALTHY, WHITE"WET*"NURSE
Apply ?t once toJJr. bayse, 210 b sUs.e. it*
\\rANTE D ? AN EXPERIENCED FOOTMAN
y> proficient in dining-room service; noneneed ar>
plv without .e(Pi^nc^ l6oo 2oth st n w
\vanted?immediately?at 1802 m 8t~
JVn.tv.ft rentable woman to eoo^ w^h d
Iron: mast bring reference and s:ay at night. It*
WA^TEir_A CLERK IN A~SHOE STORED
must have some experience and come wellrel
wVhm?utied WM' l>r!n* references. BYIOJ'S. 1014
MU? at. n.w. ^ fi}2t*
WAXTED?IX EVERT RESPECT A FTRSTn
t\mnVUJ,n*,i be 3 *ood c2?k un<? ho',6e ?S
Ln* no laundry work: must have best
ofrefrrencw. 37 B street s.e., capitol H11L It*
WANTED?AT "THK ARLINGTON'' Y*OTTR
,^fir6trclMS hotel firemen. T. ROESstJi <St SOX.
WANTED-TWO COMrEm^WbMEXT oXE
nnfr^oiiloi?"r?a?l<' lroLler- ltie other H3 house
?'" Apply 29Q9 I st, between 10 and 12 a.m. f'j-3t*
w^mtoe,do~a }voman' to cook'Xxd oexey
ral hoosework; no washing or ironing; must hrinir
references. Call at 020 H St.,.between Oth and 7?h sty
? - :? js> 3t
TITANTED-OENTLEMEN OF ABILITY, WHO
>1 ? experience in canvassing, will find It 10
^fcsox^^invi St //v,urnuffioe> aiier 9:30 a. m.
LAR.-~Q>, STlu\\ All l A CO., 021 F St.- n.w. 11?
FOR REXT? DOUBLE PARLORS, COMMUNlcating.
handsomely furnished: hot and cold waterKM
and bath. At 1112 H st. n.w. f2-2w
WANTED-WE DESIRE TO ^SIABLISH \
general agency In Washington or vidnltv, to
cjuirol che *tue of a staple article of dailv conn'mo- i
lion. Any energetic niuu with small oapftal muv secure
* permanent .)a ? bus;uww_ For parpen
\\r A XTED-A RELIABLE GIRL OR WO MAX,
' * n.^iVi general housework and
bia> n,grits. c^ail at 1209 Ost. n.w. f7-?t*
waxted - oood~ settled womaxt"to
mriVriNr? a:K on- }liftu're of Mrs. \\J. H.
HOOVER, Bladensbnrg road, 1 ie.it to Mount Olivet
Cemetery .or to Stalls lo and i4, Center Market.f7-3t
W4KiI?rI?~.AN KXPERiEXCED YOUNG
" oiviesiitiy, in a fancy and worsted store- references
required. Apply at COM 9th f-t. n.w. f7-2t*
WAXTED ? AX E X PER I EX C ED ITTCEXST-'.
broker or salesman to repre?ent a Philadelphia
uquor house in the District. Address W. J.. Mar
f7-3t?
WAXTED^T\\^"gv5mRED MEX AND~B0YS
to sell a handsome design of the Washington
?n,Rkfc from $10 a day. cJl at
h^utL 8, /Jo 7th gt? n.w. fT-lw
W Am'ili^rI>INP^'? ELYr~A~GOOD~COOK,
r . .mu8t have good references. Call at Rhode
island ave. n.w f7-8t*
WANTED?A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; must he well recommended: good
?av; do wasbihg. Apply at Ylvma Cale, 34U Peudly
1 van la avenue oortbwest. f7-3t*
WAXTED?A GOOD COOK AX*D OEXERAD
houseworker: references required. Apply at
J-#0 A st. n.e. (apitoi hill, bt-jore twelve o'clock
___ 17-'it* |
WAXTED - A wnite WOMAX to COOKi
wash and iron, must be strong and a good cook;
ieriu^n preferred; relereuct* requiieu undgood wages
paid. Apply at 00ft P st. n.w. fT-s,ni,w |
WAXTED-A GOOD 01RL TO~COOK", WASH
and iron; white preferred. ; Apply at 74 I s?
1W- (G-.St* " |
\XTA XTED-RERPECTABI.E ^ETTLED" WHITE
tt woman to do general housework for a small
rH1i Jleierences required. Apply at laoi corner
I aud 18th bte. d.w. fG-:3t*
MEDIATELY-BY J. E. BAKER,
TV oO woodchoppers. Inquire at 045 B st. n.e.OKit*
WAXTED-AT 1344 G ST. X.W., A GOODCOOK
In a small family; reference required. ftf-ot*
WAXTED-MEN AT THE XE\V ~P^X?IOX
buildiuc to lay sheathing tiles ou iron roof. Ar7
JOXES.at the buil'ling. M.
U JlElOS, supervising Atgiueer and architect. IVJ-3t
WAXTED-A COLORED XURSE AT CHILdrens
Hospital, \\ st., between 12th and 13th
T8-3t
Wasted-white and colored women
cooks, JjlO !o $20; r.jambei mains, nurses, gen- I
?rai workers, scrub and kitchen girls, men cooks other I
ra:CE * C005,B%j-i?5r.M J
WANTED?'TOO-E IX WAXT OF RELIABLE I
belp and situations, male- and fema e, cooks, la- '
uorers. clerks, hoi.semalds, and all positions of trust
if' Ai0 ?r aJ(lr,?s* National Eaiplovaient and Room
Renting Agency, licensed oftice. 00(5 Louisiana ave I
Ja31 '
WAXTED?LA DIES AXD OEXTLEMEN AT
once, .11 cit>. town or village, to take pleasant I
tvoric At t.ieir own homes: ran v e done djn:.tr 'he lels- I
are hour* or as Rteady 'voik; we give constant emplt^n^cni
und & ^o<xi nr canva^?#i*!Hf no liu^i? I
bi:g. Adlresg. w;th 6tanii). J. FOWL Eli <fe CO Roston.
Mas..jp.. 5. Box 5,llV. ?a24-'ilt* |
WAN TED?LADIES A&D OEXTLEMEN, IN I
^0 ,ake hgfht work at rheir nwn
nonih, |j tc a da;- easily irv.de; work sent bv I
mull; no 'anvs.-sing. We have goo<l demand for our I
work and i.'rr..sb steady eniplovment. Address w'th
Hump, CliOWX W'Fv: f OilpAXV. 284 V nl ?t
Cincinnati. Ohio. ' Ja24-30t" I
Wanted-ladtes and "oextlismen, in
city or country, to take nice ligi.t and pleasant
^ . ow? homes; $2 to ijO a *ay easily UI;d
|Uietl> made, ^ork sent by n.a'\; no ^nvskssing* no I
nrn6? or.Tp?!Y- ^ELJAfif^ -^ANUrACfl^ixo
IP., Philadelphia, Pa., Box 1,593. jal4-3?Jt#
W~ ANiED-LADIES TO LEARN DEES^MAKing
by Moody s new tailor svstem of uctual me&sFrfi
Dresses n.ade to orde. by MISS
^Pennsylvania a\ e. n.w. Ial3-8m
\\r1'1 OR""77entlemekT"TO
? ? take Ijftlit, pleasant work at their own homes- disan<
e no objection. \\ ork sent by mail. S2 vo So a I
lav can b? quietly made. Xo ??nvat>sing. I'lejme adj'm
, ^ *a*f. co., Boston, Mass., (Box
>-344> d.-jo-Vw
WANTED?SITUATIONS.
WAXTED-A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG
da.r> man, who is a flr?t-cla^s buttermaker Adtieai
F. S., Star office. fe92t? '
v\^ a>; ted-b y ;ax;kx peri ex ce d color ed
Man Cook, a place as Cook in a private family
iptel or restaarant. Address JAS. boston, IB 12
iherman Bt I
VVANTED-BV A FRENCHMAN, A PLACE
; Ii . or woul(l for extra parties; can
urntah best reference. Call a: 1223 G st. n.w. fU-21#
vy ANTED?^PLACES FOR HOUSEKEEPERS!
'' seamstresses, ladies' maiiis, cooks, nurses, cham>ermaids,
men cooks,waiters,waitresses b ud other 1 j -do
1/'lor tbls citv *nd elsewhere. I'RIL'E
fc COOMBo, Licensed Agents, 920 F st. n.w. ja7-5w*
WANTED?SITUATIONS?NURSES FOR THE
s.ck can be obtained at all hours of the dnv or
V'eWA8HIX(,1 OX DIRECTORY l OR
' lt>l->>, southwest cor, of 12th and F sts.n.w. f>-I2t* I
WANTED?ROOMS.
WANTED-ROOM AND BOARD FORSlXGLE
gentleman on Capitol Hill, with resp.^taMe
ami.'y: references gi'. en and r-joiiired; near Navy
iTard a? poselble. Adilrey lett er, Starofllce. It
WANTED?FOR IMMEDIAT1EUSE BYXADT?
oue large Room, furnished, with gas and iieitiiso
Doard. State terms. Xo inquisitive person need
tpply. Address Box 8S, Star office. f9-3t* |
WANTED ? ROOMS RENTING BUREAU ?
Those who have Rooms for rent, or wish to reat
quickest and best. PRICE
t tOOMlfe, Ucensed Agents, 92?i K st. n.w. fe7-3t*
WANTED-TO RENT?FURXISHED IIOUSE,
couia.ntng f.-om eight to twelve rooms located
>etween 9th and 15th and F and 1 st?. n.w. Addr 4
giving particulars. Box 49. Stat odice. ft>7-2t?
WANTED-BY A WHITE LADY, AN EXP&
rienced .aundress, washing and ironing at her
jwn home; the best of work guaranteed. Address
Box 13, Star office. I
WANTED-OX CAPITOL HILL?A FEW VAWj:s'
?r Bmrt^" House. Must be cheap. Adirwg.
with location, price, <kc., A. B. Y., Star office.lt*
WANTM) ? LADIES' J BEARDS AXD TSlUSttaches~Superlluous
liair on the female face on
me upper i.a chin, cheeks nnd'thiaat is one of the
most unsigVitly, noticeable ma?ciO:ue and obnoxious
complexion blemishes that any li<iy can be aflli. -fnl
with. Indies with thLs hirsuUrai growth on iheir
feces will be pie&sed to know that Dr. J VAN DYrK
DermatoUg'st, permanently and forever removes
this obnoxious growth of hair by the scientific oners?
tioti ol elertrolvsis (the e.tciric needle process) and in
jrder to place his treatment within ti?#6 h of a" he
?nd his aaaistant will treat all who cau at once for' S2
s sitting. Any lady with the least regard for her looks
have now no excuse for having haTr 011 the" f 4
Make your engagements at once. Office: 22 Giant
P.tace. New engagements Sundays, Mondays and
Tuesdays, only & a visit This otter te n th's a d
next month only. rd-m,tu,wlm^
WAXTED-A LAW FIRM IX FULT~ PftTF
tice before all the courts of the District win
tage a law student in their olli?e. AddrussH L
rtar office. 17-3t? *
WANTED-CUSTOMERS FOR ' <5 000~~ MXf:
trwses. With Pillows, at 85 cents. STUMPH %
bk<j., Manufacturers of Mattresses and Bedding 937
<thst n.w. jal9-24t*
V1T AX TED?LADIES TO KXOW TH \T MY
XLtass ess.
&&15 fisv.r1"1' "ada{gsf
ANTED?TO PURCHASE?A CL^E~CARJe
seen. Address Box 097, City Post office. P7-C>^
WAXTED-AN EVENING COURSE OPFXS
Monday at 0 o'clock for Kindergarten Tralnin's
Sincipa? } 929 blh ilrS- LOU&E POLLOC?f|
WANTED^
I have reliable Felt Derbys at $2 and ?o fin a
r. LEWIS. 435 7th w. General stock of ^Ha"'and
h urnlshldgs cheap.
W" ^TED^PHOTOGRAPHrCOLOR^il-oiL
or water colors, instruction in puini'na fancv
vork, Ac. Chips from Washington's Mon-i Jent for
ind Grstt a w l? ?r?er Jy u e.ror.9th
"anted-to"announce that orefists
BRYANT, Real EeUte BrokeS, 614 9th SL n
v. are paying special attention to Rentinc anrf iih
waUv advertu. all Rooms registered with them.
\\7"axted a first-class french coow
S.s&VfSf&Lrssssss
WANTED ? SECOND - If AND CLOTH rv/j
WATCHES, GUNS. PISTOLS. JEWFIRyt
sa:,,!,i"u" k"WANTED?CUSTOMERS
FOR 8 OOO?matl
TRESSES, 75c. a piece. A. H cfaA? B1W
aM 016 LoulsJauaavft.
WANTED?INSECTS AND THEIR GERMIY
terminated from Bed Lounges and oth^VfuT^"
tore. Furs, ait A. H. CHACE & BRO
jwai 616 Louisiana ave
WANTED-TO ANNOUNCE THATTOHFR
BEALL, Bateman ACo.'s Bank, 1411 *< ? n
r., Is a Commissioner of Deeds for every State and
y^ALKKR
nasl^iound and^u?e ChimSey
%
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WANTED?HOUSES.
WANTED?TO RENT TOR OM YEAR A
small furnished House, at from $75 to $80 per
month. Address CHAS. EARLY, 701 16th st. n.w.,
up stairs. f9-2t*
\fTANTED?TO BUY-A LARGE HOUSE, CENt
T trally located, on the Installment plan. Address
Box 01, Star office. fe7-3t
for rent?rooms.
Ir*or rent ? coitfortably furnished
: first floor, parlor and bed-room: also, small ball
room, on S, between 14th and 15ih sts. Address D.
C., Star Office. lV?-3t*
IriOR RENT-TWO OR THREE ROOMS; HEAT; >
. gas; bath; all modern improvements. 80:2 A st. s.e
fe,-3t*
I "OR RENT-LARGE SECOND^FLOOR FRONT
Room, furnished: register and open grate Also,
Room third floor, furnished or unftirrilslie<l; convenient
to cars and herdir-s. 141-6 N st. n.w. fe7-3t?
For " rent?corner 9th st. anltmassat
chusetts ave., two large Handsomely furnished
Rooms, with board: soutO?><"n ixjKjsure;" refcreiu.es
exchanged: to children f6-9t*
17OR RENT - COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
Room?, with hot and cold water, on same floor, to
two gentlemen or io gentleman and twife, 14??8 Corcoran
st. fP, 11,12,13-41*
I^ou rknt-large plkas.vnt roomstfor
. the Dedication and Inauguration; cood locution;
very near two likes cais. Address It. K. ft T!
Star office. fe7<Jt*
ITiOR RENT?FEBRUARY 15TH, THREE UN
. furnished Rooms: in handsome new house; &o jthirn
ejpKsure; near Thomas circle. Reference" given ar.d
required. Address E C., Star office. Je7-3t?
"UpOR RENT?ONE 0R~10RB ROOMS, TtRX
nishedo^Unftiriilshed.secoad floor: alsoRoomssi;:table
for an office or light housekeeping. 822 C st. n.w
fe7-2w?
or rent-lady from new york has
taken House 940 New York ave., which has been
newly papered and painted. Parties wishing quiet
home, with board, c?n be accommodated. Booms
large and cheerful, fe7-2t*
FOR RENT^TWO VERY PLEASANT UNKURnished
communicating Rooms; one heat?sd: second
lloor; new house: all couveniences; references exchanged,
private family. 616 I st n.w. fe7-3t?
]^OR RENT-IN NORTHWESTERN SECTION
- of the city, a handsomely furnished third-floor
front room, with board In private family: suitable
for gentleman and wjfe; references required. Address
or call at 1252 20th st. n.w. f?H)t*
RENT - FOUR Oil FIVE FURNISHED
A Rooms, on first floor, suitable for housekeeping
to family without children. Call at 1436 R at. n.w.,
between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. f5-2w*
FOR RENT-A NEWLY FURNISHED ]ROOM'
on second and third floor; all modern conveniences;
rent reasonable to gentlemen only; bicvcle accommodations.
2203 M St. n.w.
I^OR RENT^FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
. Rooms on second and fourth floors. Also, nice
basement. Address 907 M st. n.w. Ja28-2w*
I50R RENT?1214 K ST. N. W., LARGE, NE\\*LY
lurnished Parlors and Bedrooms, first and second
floors, with grate fires; also single room; desirable locatlon.
d27-7w*
FOR~RENT~pAfcLOR AND CHAMBER HAND"somely
flirnished. Also, Dining Room and Kitchen,
If desired; private bath room; no children; references
exchanged. 1122 11th st. n.w. jal7-lm
FOR RKNT-TWO~DE^RABtE COMMUNICAT"Ing
Rooms, wltb southern exposure; grate Are;
tarnished or not; II st., opposite Metropolitan club;
gentlemen preferred. Apply 1713 H it. Jal2-lm
For rent-we have a bio list of rooms
of all kinds, with or without Board, In all parfc> of
city: lists furnished free of charge at WAR1
iELI>'S Room-renting Agency, 409 11th st.. opposite
Star office. n'J?-liw?
17or rent-handsomely furnished par
. lors, en 6ulte or single, In a private family, at K04
9th st n.w. References exchanged. nl8
FOR RENT?OFFICES"
For rentglover
buildtno-.
F st, between 14th and 15th ?s. n.w.,
Near U. S. Treasury.
Handsome Office Rooms, either single or en suite,
with steam, heat, elevator and janitor service.
^ _ THOS. J. FISHKR <fc CO.,
*3-2w 1824 F St. n.w.
FOR RENT?SEVERAL LARGE OFFICE ROOMS
in the " Lennian Building," New York ave., near
loth st. n.w. THOS. J. FISHER <fc CO.,
1324 F st. ii .w.
for rent?stores.
For rent?fine largifstore.with cel
lar and connecting rooms if wanted; central part of
the city, lmlf square north of Pensylvania ave. Will
be vacant by March 15tli. Inquire 423 11th st. n.w.
(private entrance.) f7-lra
r"OR RENT?STORE 1406 14TH STRI KT. WITH
fixtures; occupied for?manv years by Harrover as a
stove and hardware store. NAIRN & OGRAM. corner
15th st. and New York avenue. f7-Ct*
business chances
Folt sale?a few shares op central
National Bank stock. Inquire ofO. T. THOMPSON
U<r2 Pennsylvania ave. n. w. f9-2t
WANTED-ONE OR TWO "PARTIES TO~INvest
$1,000 each in a reliable paving business,
which ne^ds more <?.r>itai to extend it." No "bonanza,"
hut will pay fuily 25 per cent. Address ronfidenco,
.star office. fB-3t?
WANTED-A PARTNER IN WASHINGTON
to assist In the prosecution of claims before the
General Ijtnd Office; a late examiner preferred. Address
Box 94, Star office. f9-2t?
p' V EST M ENTS. INVESTMENTS?"
For Sale?12,000 First Mortgage Bonds Washington
I.ight Infantry C'wrps 6 per cents; June and Doc-ember
5-20 s.
? HUFTY <fc DYER,
13th and F sts., Real Estate and Insurance.
Telephone 140. f7-10t
For rent^the fishing shore at moxley's
Point. Applv to R. 0. HOI.TZMAN. Real
Estate Agent, 10th and F sts. n.w. l\V3t
For sale?for cash only, the wholesale
and Retail Wine and Liquor Store, 1732
Pennsylvania ave. nl7-3m
boarding! '
Lajige. well-furnished itoom. south**
ern exposure, near Treasury and War departments.
with first-class Board. Terms moderate* references
exchanged. 1908Hst.n.w. 19-3t*
S PRAGUEMANSION?CO It 6TH AND E NTW^
For Dedicsttlon and Inai.curatiou, two rooms with
accommodailon for six r>ers?.us. Also parties of sentlemeu
can be accommodated. l\K>t*
\f rs. c. El PENNELL, of portland. mkt
1*1 magnetic healer,
Office hours?1 to 7 p. m. Treats ladies only.
Ja20-3w* 317 4ia street northwest.
Handsomely Furnished rooms, single!!
or en suite, with Board; central; southern exposure.
913 G st. n.w. f5-lw*
T>pARD?AT 4 LAFAYETTE SQUARE; LARGE,
JL 'handsome Room, second floor. f.?-0t*
1 AH ST" w - HANDSOME NEWLY
-A famished sunny Rooms and Suites with
superior Board, l'or transient or permanent
Jal?>lm*
OTft K ST. N.W.. ONE PARLOR FLOOR AND
one second-story floor; rooms en suite or
single. Heated by open grates und f in;aces. Table
Board a specialty. Mrs. D. B. STOCKHAM. Translent
Boarders accommodated. ja6-2m?
I ARGE, AlRY ROOMS FOR RENT AT 314 AND
u 316 Ind.ana ave. Also, Boarding for three
months, at Sio per month. Advance pavmeut
strictly required. Jai-3m
The lochiel house, 512 oth st n w
and the La Pierre, southwest corner of 10th and ii
fits, n.w., are the best conducted Boarding houses In
the city. Table first-class; pleasant rooms. Terms
moderate. oc27
<?nphe tremont."?this house has been
A repalnteil and repapered, and In even* way put
In flrst-c.ass order. It is the coolest arid most desirable
pUce to board In the city. Terms. $25, $30, $40
und $45 per month. je7
rL0WTN5lF0UND. ~~
IOST-ON THE NIGHT OF JANUARY"22. IN 1
J or leaving Ford's Opera House, Pearl Opera Glass.
From Bob to Dalsie engraved on the gold plate. Name
AdaA.Downingontheblackinoroccocase. Fivedollars
reward. No questions asked if returned to 1322 Oth
st. n.w. It*
OST-A DIAMOND STAR. IF -THE FINDER
j will return It to D. KING, 122S Connecticut ave.
or to the star office $100 reward will be paid and no
questions a^ked. f7-3t?
IVEWARD-LOST LAST NIGHT AT ALB AUGH'S'
tin the theater or In Box B, or In cab iYoni the theater
to 2109 Pennsylvania ave., a silver Roman Coin
Pin of sllcht value to any but owner, who will pav liberal
reward for it If returned to 2109 Pennsylvania
ave. n.w. fe-31?
IOST-ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT, BETWEEN
J Wornilev's hotel and Albaugh's theater, or in the
theater, a Silver Heart, fastened to a long silver chain.
A suitable reward will be obtained by returning it to i
1413 Massachusetts ave. ffKU*
for sale?lots. '
For sale?a fine building lot, containing
800 feet, only a few squares from Pension
building. Address Lot, Star office. . fe7-3l?
FOR SALE-TWO ELEGANT LOTS ON MASS A- |
chusetts avenue, near Dupont circle, each 26 feet
front. A fine lot on 16th st. near K, 25x100; 10 lott
near 16th at.; 5 lots Oth and S sts.
,0 ^ _ HUFTY 4 DYER
13th and F sts., Real Estate and Insurance.
Telephone 140. fe7-10t
PERSONAL. ;
IF JOHN BIDDLE AND S. D. CHILDS, FORmerly
employed by the National Express Co., will
sen#: heir add rest to H.L.A., Stat office, they will
hctr something :o their advantage. f9-3t*
McDEVITT S DETECTIVE AGENCY - ALL
business au'rusted to this Agency will receive
prompt attention. Persons requiring Detective Ser- "
vice may confldcntlally reiy on this Agencv to preserve
the utmo". secrecy and fidelity in all transactlons.
Information ooly furnished to reliable parties.
Consultation Arte.
JAMES A McDEVITT. Manager,
d3-3ra 805 Pennsylvania ave. n.w.
* ATTORNEYS. \
JOHN AMBLER SMITH, ]
Attorney at Law and Patent Attorney. 1424 New York
avenue. French spoliation aud all other claims '
collected. f5-lm*
CHARLES J. GOOCH,SOLICITOR OF PATENTS.
C'ounsellor-at-Law and Expert,St. Cloud building,
0th and F sts. Good work, good references, mod^rate
charges. Twenty-one years' experience. d31
NH. MILLER, ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW, "
Rooms 2 and 4, Gunton Law Building, i
_ .. 472Louisiana avenue. .
Residence, 240 North Capitol st. mh29
SAMUEL H. WALKER, :
U.S. Commissioner, Notary Public and Attorney
for Rents. Jyg
630 Louisiana ave., next to City P. O. j
VaALENTINE novelt?8 And CaRDS 5
In many new and pretty as well as artistic designs.
ALSO, LACS VALJRNTINES, n
Wholesale and retail. J
0. C. PtlRBELL, Bookseller,
? 418 9tl? street northwest.
m
f ? ? ? for
rent?houses.
For rent- ^ ;
the woodmont flats,
CORNER 18TH STREET AND IO#A CIRCLE, 1
AlfD BASEMENT. (
CONTAIN 1 Nu t-IXTY-FOUR ROOMti. 1
.. *TRaM HEATING. i
IMPROVED ELEVATOR <
This new una c .egai t bulItiU.*. admirably located In :
ot>e of llit n*o?i Uaulifi.' kiid hftitbful m- lions of ihi? I
cit;', Is now otTeted fct rent for & term of vtui
It is wt II acn d ?,'!?
J-1 liSl -CLASS HOTEL. :
The ri.ain entrance, corridors, parlors and diningroom
be;u? fi:ii>he<l m eie* ant style.
Eor fall information. pWs. dimensions, permit to '
in>-i*ct, ?fcc., apply J. \* N. HIY<t,
?9-6t 15o5 Pennsylvania ave. t
F~ or rent- .
THIRD FLOOR FEAT, 1TNFURNISHED.
in the elorjtnce. i
north we8t corner 17th and h nts. i
four cheerful rooms and hath room.
Apply to
? j. v. n. huyck.
1505 Peuutylvacta avi. j
FOR RENTlfin-^sTORYSfx ROOMS PRESS
Brick; wattr, l*aih, va> latrobe 12i<3 ;il*t si..
West Washlcgton \\*. B. ORME, WntUlnjion Uu
Light company, 413 loth st. n.w. rv-3t
FOR RENT?6- ROOM BRICK HOUSETiWW 5th
st. n.w; hot and cold water, li.trobe and nath
room: hoi and cold water on second tl'Kir; rent cheap,
luquire ol > 11ANK A. KINO, Plumber, IJU 7lh
ft. u.w. n>3t? 1
IPOR RENT?NEW UNFURNISHED HOUSE^The
new three-story Brick Residence, No. 1411 N
st. n. w., cootuinti.it twelve rooms and tiath-room. with
all modem improvement* Price, $1,000 per annum.
Apply to J. V. N. HUYCK, 1506 Peuu. ave. P*-;)t
I?OR RENT? HANDSOMELY- FURNISHED
H<.use: seven rooms; all modern improvements:
p>od location, and terms very reasonable. Wiilrvnt
oy the month, or lea*e for six months or more. 14:lO
Pierce Place. fB-St'
For rent?five-room house, gas and
wuter, in the Immediate vicinity of new W. and O.
stables, at foot of Capitol. Inquire at Columbia Ina.
Co's office. Kellogg building, 1416 F st. u.w.
f9-m,w,s3t* i
F~ or rent?house 610 new jersey AVe.
n.w. ,10 rooms: modern Improvements; In pood ttl-alr;
$.to per month. Inquire of W. C. JOIi-NSON.
? is l.jtb sv n.w. rr-iiu
t'OR RENT?"SIIERMAN HOl'SF^1' 218 3D ST.
-1 n.w., Just north of Pennsylvania ave.; 2,"? roomf: in
perfcct ord?-r, with all modern coavenlence*. Will
lease for a term of years. DUVALL A- MARK,
fT-5t ?J5 F street.
IP OH RENT AND SAI/fe?2017 N ST. NAV. NINE
rooms. i\irnace,p>pen grate. speaking tubes, bath,
sanitavv plumhiug, fU .; llunirure lor sale?some handsome
ptet.es, both of art and antique; upright piano lor
rent. Ap|fly on the premises. f7-3t
FOR -ftENT-FntST-CLASS NEW BRICK
Dwellings, 12 room.*; all latest improvement: sanitary
plumbing; finely located northwest and convenient
to street ears. TYLER <fe RUTHERFORD, 1226
F St. n.w. f7-3t*
I" ^OB REST-* fiSfllMerce Pl..7rs.$27.5d
1 0. n'r 12th, f.$200 OO 122:1 T st. n.w., 7r?.26 OO
M St., tifar IStn, f....lf?0.00 133 F ? - n.e., 8 rs. 20.00
N St., near 12th, f.. 40v5th st. n.e . 6 rs 16 GO
1100 Fs?:. n.w.,14r^5.O0 1720 5th n.w. 5 rs. . 16.00
2112 Mass. av.,13r.l 10.00 1718 6th n.w., 6 rs . 16.00
1(!10 l(Uh u.w.,13r 100.00..413 Warner sc. 6 rs 12 80 I
2<>23 I st n.w., 15r.100.00 404 K u.w.. rear, 5rs..8 OO
1825 H st.n.w., 13r ..86.00 i-Mable, 704 Q st 7.50
1827 H st. n.w., i:ir..85.?.M 1 2<i'MJ 13th n.w., 7r... 25.?h)
1701 P st. n.w., llr _83.S4ii207 Oth n.e.. 6 rs 22 50
512 lOtli ?t.n.w , 1 Or.75.OOl12036 8th n.w., 6 r?. ,15.(!0
1755 Pst n.w., 13r...75.00 '1328 V n.w., 5 is 16.00
451 R. I. ave.. 9 rs....45.00|;318 13**> n.w., 6 r<i... 14. *)
H tt- R.I av.str.?fcdw'g45.t>0 453 O sfTn.w., 14 rs...'>6.00
230 Mas* ave. n.w....40.00 2326 G at., n.w., 6 r*.
500 B st. s e., 10 rs .30.00 ,?33 L n.w., 6rs .22 50
1434 Pierce PI., 7rs.27_50t|219 K st. n.e., ? rs....10.00
Also, a number of wHl-loc*ted Furnished Ho'u>-'s.
Call at office for Weekly Bulletin, issued every Saturday
ufl'-rnoon. Landlords can have their houses adveitihed
free by placing them in our hands.
fe7 B H. WARNER. 916 F st n.w.
FOR RENT-TO A DESIRABLE PARTY, ON I
st., between 17th and 18th n.w , a partly furnished
house with twelve roojas at verv moderate price,
from April 15th. Apply to J. V'. N. HUYCK.
fO-3t 1505 Pennsylvania ave.
I" " OR RENT?1309^ T*N AV., 8 ROOMS, ALL I\?provements,
stable. Ac., $25; 205 Oth st. n.e.. 7
rooms, 325: 1521 Oth, 915: 1417 3d n.w., $15: 5M L
n.w., $15. E A. McrNTIRE, 918 F. flMJt
FOR RENT?239 1ST ST. S.E., 9-ROOM~BRIOlt:
?*11 ptoderu conveniences; S35 per month. WALKER
& WILSON. lOOO F st. n.w f*03t ,
FOR ~RENT^737 7TH 8T. N.w., STORk and 1
Dwelling, ten rooms; sloo per mouth. WaLKER
A WIL8<iN, lOOH F St. n.w. W-8t
F~ OR RENT?FURNISHED, A MODER N 12roomed
house, completely and nicely furnished,
for $75 per month; location central and b??t In the
?ty. Address J. B., Star office. r?-St*
F?7r KENT-1812 N ST . OPPOSITE BRITISH
Legation, new Hnd desirable Dwelling, all ln?pro?omen?.
anrl new stable 'n the rear. Apply to ARTHUR
T. BRICE, 714 15th *1. K im
FOR RENT-FEBRUARY 16TH, 416 SPRUCE
*t., LeDrolt Park; 7 rooms: all mod. imps.. $27.50
per month. a. L. BARBER <fc CO..
fe5-0t LeDrolt Building.
For rent? '
1614 21st. st,14r..$125M1740 and 1742 F
161K 21st. u.w , 12r...HXl ! ?t. n w., lo r. m i..fS0
1913 Nst. lOr.m.i 70 1514 ItOth ?t.u.w.,17r... 50
1437 Lst.lOr.m.i 75 1330 19th st..l4r..m.1.125
1620R.I.av.llr..m.1.83 :i3 17?'.:i P st., I2r., m. i 83 :?
515 4*1) st.,8r.,m.i Oo 1532 -9t h st n.w.8r.ua.I 35
1431 Lst. n.w.Kr 2-r? 15?J2 Vt. av,.13r jn. L126
1025 Mass.Av.,12r.m.i.lOO
THOMAS J. FISHER A CO., i
f4 1324 F street northwest. j
For rent-ry r. o. hoi.tzman.
23IowaC., 13r.S125.00 1759 Pst.u.w.,llr.$83.33
1502Vt.ftv.n.w.l4r.HK).fK> 1017-1023 inc., 13st.O(MK) :
13:1019th n.w. 13r.Di0.00 2106th st.,8r 5(1.00
l809Hst. n. w., 10r.83.33 720 17th St., flat 50.00
f4 R. O. HOLT7.MAN, 10th and F at>. n.w.
For rent- :
2030 I st.l0r.f.$125.00 131322?t..Sr., m. I.$25.50
610 18th st., 12r 0?: BH 1417 Hopkins St..0r.18.50
2213 F st., Or ,m i....30.50 '20158 Rt. sfre, 5r._..18.00
2216Gst? 9r..ml.__36.(M> 3027 Wa'?r. st. 0eo.18.00 ,
1923 I St., Sr.,m i 35.50 2138 Pa.av..5r 16.30
2014 Mst.n.w.sr.m.L35.50 1724 F st.. store 15.00
242-iK st.. Or 20.50 515V23J st., 5r 11.50
12l024thst.,7 r.m.i.22.50 141929thst..6r*. 12.0?J
2431 Kst.n.w.7r.m.l.25.00 018 25th st., 6r 8.00
fi WESCOTT A WILCOX, 1907 Penn. ave
For rentRACon.
a lOr.Sl26.00 .408 La.av..2p?o-Iors$50 00
1337 Cor n st.f. lOr.lOO.W 039 F st.rs.from 5 to 35.00
1421 QSt.m.i.f. 1 lr.loo.oo OlsFst..rs.fromlOto'?.00
Park h't'l,7st.rtf 21rl<Ki.(Xy 631 Fst..i>.ft-om 5 to 25.00
1718 N St.. 13rS- .UHl.Oo GuntonB.V rs.26,26.25.00
1316 Corcoran, ftir..85.00 Gunton Bl'g r. 25.13.00
220 I st. n.w., llr.50.001 Lenox Bl'g r. 7 15.00
415 H!gh St., lSrs....50.00 1019 F St., r. 2 12.50
2119 K st., 7r* 33.00':468l,a.av.,baitemeut.30.00
2130 H St., 7r 30.00 46SLa.av..3d 11..4r. . 30.00
ja30 THOS. p.. waGOAMAS.
For rfnt-eigitt room brick house,
with all the modern Improvement*, 1917 9th st.
n.w. Rent low to a good tenant. Inquire of HENRY
BEARD, 927 F st. n.w. ja29-lm
FOR RENT-rSEVERAL SMALL HOUSES, POM E
entirely new, at $15, $18. $20 per mouth. JOHN
SHERMAN, Real Estate, 927 F s1.. Ja29
t^or rent?unfurnished?
1324 16th st $150.00! 2028 G flt $75.00
N. H. av. and Sst...l50.<X) 11757 Pst 75.00
2023 I Bt 100.00 {2022 F st 66.60
1323 M st 100.00 1820 Jefferson PlaeeO6.00
19o6SjndrlandPl'ce 91.66 Office rs.701-316 st.25.00
1802 M st 83.33 Stables rear2028Gstl5.00
Also a large number Of Furnfshed Houses.
Ja2H FITCH, FOX ?fe BROWN. 1437 Penn. ave.
"couctrt^axestatet
For rent-a fine dairy farm, two
and a half miles from this city. lOO a^ res, nine
rf>om dwelling. Tenant bouse and ample out-buildIngs.
R. A. PHILLIPS. 1428 N. Y. ave. ft>-lm
WANTED-SMALL FARM, NEAR RAILROAD
and city, on Baltimore and Ohio preferred.
Slate terms of sale. Address Box 120, Star office
f7-3t*
For sale-a tract of land of 150 acres,
six miles from the city, on railroad: beautirjlly
and eligibly situated. This property offers a good investment?a
desirable farm. For particulars address
R- H. P., 900 F st. n.w. fe7-2w?
Farm for pale?i offer for sale the
Farm on which I reside, called "Cherrv Chase."
containing about 308 or 9 acres. It lies '^n Montgomery
county, Maryland, except about 14 a res.
whir h are In tlie District of Columbia, and Is situated
at the Junction of the Broad Branch road leading
lYom the city of Washington and about 5 miles from
that city, with the ola "Brookevtlle road" leading
from UeoreKown to Brookeville, and about four
miles from Georgetown. Inquire on the premise* of
W. CARROLL, Manager, or at the office of BRADLEY
<t DUVAL, c'.ty of \Vashli.<ion.
fe3-oo6t JOS. H. BRADLEY. ;
FORSALE?OR EXCHANGE?FOR UNENCUMhere?l
property, Farm 19H acres. 10 miles from
Washington near R. R. station; excellent water, 5
orchards and vineyards; good house; baru. inquire at
20O61 st JaS-2m* j
money to loan. ]
Money to loan on real estate or ;
other security. In sums to suit, at lowest rates of I
Interest; least expo?se and without delay. R. A. ,
PHILLIPS. 1428 New York ave. n.w. f7-2m ]
Ql ~ AAA TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
10?UUv In sums to suit
hufty ?fc dyer,
Real Estate and Insurance, 13Ui and F.
Telephone No. 140. f7-10t
Ql ft AAA TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE,
V J- t/^UUU in gums to suit, at six per cent.
? _ Loans made without delay.
Ja22-lm CHARLES W. HANDY, 921 F SL n.w.
Money to loan in large anitsmall
5HJ?S .0B approved real estate security. R. H. :
r. LEIPOLD, 1331 F st n.w. >16-1 m
s20,000 to l0an- i
[n Sums of ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY$1,000
?2.500 No Deiay. Charges Reasonable.
5-5,000
flO.COO i
Or to So't, J
. . BUSHNELL carcsi,
Jal4-lm 10u6 F street northwest
2*20,000 TO LOAN
? 12.000
3,500 ON REAL ESTATE. 1
1,500 j
500 [ac23j THOS. E. WAGGAMAN. 1
VfONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECUIL 1
ITY at 6 per ient Interest: facilities for repay
nent unequalled:charges very rccierate. O. Hak- TIG,
Treasurer. Washington Six Per Cent Permanent 1
Building Association, 1001, cor. 7th and K sis. u.w. ->
n22-3m? ?
VfONEY TO LOAN,
On Real Estate Secority,
At Lowest Rates of Interest l
R. 0. HOLTZMAN. J
JO Corner 10th and F streets northwest. ^
VfONEY TO LOAN i
In sums to suit, on approved Real Estate secnr- J
ty, at lowest rates of Interest. Charges moderate. No v
innecessary delay. J. V. N. HUYCK, ?
nl5 1605 Pennsylvania ave a
tHAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD REAL ES- %
tate or collateral security at lowest rates of interest. I
so delay when security is good. O. C. GREEN, Room *
^Firemen's building, cor. *th st and Le ave. Ja28 -i
\TONEY TO LOAN J
"1 In sums to suit, at lowest rates, on approved real ?
lata security. FITCH, Fofot A BROWN, ?
o20 1437 Pennsylvania ava. ,
vfoney to loan j
lyx at lowest rates of interest, 1
ok real estate security. i
thos. j. fisher A co., g
N? 1834 f st a.W.
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
For sale?
A two-story fix-room Basement Brtck on l?th st.
Q W. for 150 A two-?t?ry slJt-ro>m Brick ???* 1 1th
?t. n.w. for fl sAO a two-atory eight-room liru-k on
? si. n.w . unar New Ham|>shlr* ?v? . V* * v'?tMl
$ {..'> ?? A Coll*;**l Mt Pleas
Mil, ?7,UOO. >V 11i exchange either for i ttv iirr|wrty.
Nlne-?tK>m Frame llonsr on H st. n.e . ?1.4'h? A
Mevenroom Prrw Brick H<us* K rt. i: <> >2 7?*?
JNO. F. WA^.aMAN,
fSMJt *??0 V" ft. p w.
FOR SALE-TWO ELEOALT SKW R>i' MS,
twelve room* iwh: containing all la!??-t m; iwr
uients. cvruer 1 Mb and 34?>ni. biivcu a\t a ? .
bou*es open ;v?r inspection
Three new thtw-storv House* eight rooms earh. s'l
modern imaro\-ruents; 41? and *'.'1 H st uw and
OS M WM'Tl'IIW^t* ?T?. II w.
Five bm'ding l ots, con er 15th and N ft*. n w For
lurther l~fjriii.u;i>u apply to the owner. K t-OLDSt'HMIlV
Sl'i 7th ft. n.w. C -in
I^OR SALE-A NEW six-ROOM BRIt'K HOVM
?>ay window. ha!:. <*!<ar. yard, ail modem nr.
piO'"eiuei.ti> rented to g?*?d te:.:tliL W }>-*'., ~h-> < :
take vacaM lou 111 part payment. Adt'.:.- I'AI PUL
Hi LL. Star >fli :*. It*
FOR SAIsK?TWO^RORY FIVE ROOM framf
<th ft. P.f. o?tf ICasi ' apltol; pric* $1 Mf I; ? '.<<0
!* * <, balance In Tuotiviily paxmen'* J.rnt" S'-''
W"3t W V1,K I H .V w J; suN. 1<"?< V" -t. i..?
%7*on sale ?n h st n7w . nrrwu s "6 a\p
A P, el*ht-rocm Brick: Lot 2?'x94: go ?d -*.u> ? :
TVrti'.f usv
W/VI.KKH * WILSON. 1 :>06 F ft n.w^
For sale?ox V^sv ti hms^
r?o Df*l sfv'u-ro'iui Hr.iii lurdliKp. ul! nv-dprii
impio~ci..?':::s. sr..a.I (a.xli payment. i?1ji.,*
very ea?y: r.orttwM*i
_ , HUTTY .* I?YKR.
Real F.*ta-e mjj insurance, I3t:i a.id I" ?t?.
Telephone I4u. j??4t
IfOR MA LF.-1\\-(f "haNI^OM I "xi v.; 1;! >7
iww, ntoe r<.on\f ?ach, im-^i a- 1 iyj:> <i st w
The hou*?s ttf*' built 1c tin' most ?u>-:kntial manner,
piessbr'.ck fronts, brown stone tr'.n .. *? t>vt r\
quarr (my windows. ?..trd w<>o<i n..mt tt.ing.
lire places ?ud (urna/-. ^; plau.t M - nr.; . ......
terms apply to A. A 1 ,r o'a 11 mnra
Company, corner Tth and I.ou'huaia ?vi> n w k
Bt '^<itX? (Jft.n.tr.
p*OR SALE?NICF. T\\ o-sTov.Y~ nHit K i>n > LJL
i:ng on y st. iiear|l.'.tl< n.w . tncl.i.linc f rim re,
which !s Eood. Prlv* *0,b?>o. TVLKH .v i;\ 1 H 1'.
FoRD, 1 ??( F ft.n.w. 17 :it*
pORPALi-TWo" NEW ANI> BEAl'I! H'L
A Hoa?ef, northwest, on line of -hi> en> li li ni]M*
has jai lor and library' mantel mirror* pri< ?
than yOAtOO: one-fourth orone l ait i.^h ?>?:?!, . : vc
time. The best pinnno!. b.-st built ati.i t>.-t lomvd
housef for the monev in the IUstrUt. uoius i< --11
Addreija OWNER, Star oHioe. f7^5'*
IpOR SALE-VERY UESIRAR! F.' M< ilU RN*
. stvie. new Brick Hou*e. c>ru?-r ?.v ^ .>rk av?-.
n:id .'Id st.ii.w., nire raa-v buth A ^ i.tiiiil-- i> r r.?
Idecoe or Investmer.t. Price fi.ooo. ALBERT F.
FOX. 020 F st.u.w. f*T-;U
FOR saleLARGE
AMI HANDSOME PWSU?ENt'F.
Weotfer for sale tbe larr.- and liandv me rc-t<!eno?
of SE<'RETARY FRELlNuin. VsEN. IT \ 1 -
n.w. Tlie lot fronts 57 fi. "i in. on : !!.? lex.?i;.l?
ba<:k l<4Tbj ft. to a 20 ft. al'.ev.ei d \s :mpr<i. > >1 < v a
la'-ce double house, with dpaciouf and ? . :irruii. s;
rooms, and havit;c a>i modern Improvenieius. A ~ >,
a commodious iktd <*ell-?i raided carriafc>' bouse and
stable, with servants' room*.
THUS. J. FISHER <X> ,
_f4-lm i:<24 f s.t, r .w.
For saLe-very*pretty ani? o'.jipu.ik
mo.iern brick Dveil-.iiif. coctalninc ?> roon.f and
bath-rociu. locn'cd nortuw.-st: conveniciit : -tr-.-t
cars. Price. S.5.700: otie-Uftli . asb balan.-e ? :?? .
TYLER 4 HI "J HKRFORO, l'J'.'b E st. n.w f4 ?;i*
I^OR SALE-N si kkkT N1 AR liiNNK Til I T
ave. n.wr., a desiraole sn.all 11 inventors ? ? :< k in >a
uttii every convenience. 1HOS. J. FlailEU A ?'<?.,
1 S'iA F Ft. n.w. f.i-i.x
I^OR SALE-A NEW "EF?";HT-RO<>M Hoi ?K.
A northwest,bav window.all moderniinproven*.<-nta:
I>rl?e $4,OUO.
A good two-story an-1 basement and mansard bonse,
corner property, on t apttol Hil!:p:! v 7.rm Will
take unimproved jp-ound worth *1,750 In i?a.rt payment.
A good frame hcrtise <do!ib1e\ lot 3fl.S>-.*r?o f.v.t,
netrC'ity Hall, 12 rooms; renting &i30 per j'ear: i>ri?-e
80.26O.
A newft-room brick hnuoe.all modern Impmt-ements,
\ ermont ave.; pr'oe ?V,750. 01. i..<mtbly payni'-nts.
A uew 6-rr>om brlek bOuae.gBf and water, uorthw^fit.
rentiug for p?r year, prii-e sl ,5<H>catib. orSl ,<i<Ki
on time.
Four new- 4-room bri''k bousif, northwest, renting
Mni per year, price $3.81?o. Term": *1,simi ca-li,
and ba'anceH per eent, or will take part payment in
unimproved ground.
< *11 at DANENUOWER <t SON'S,
)a30-lm 122G F M. n vr.
FOR HALEIwddln^ton
$10f?,0O<> 02-08< J st.. 4 rs _ ?? <>??
1826 K st. n.w.,lSrs41.0o<? 1? lstb st.,4 rs. si.o
17'J4 1 st. n.w.,17r- ::<i u*?? 724 1 llh <it n.f..4r< 7<a?
L'U^Ist n.w 25rs 2o.?Hi<i 13.?<?t K A- 1.s.e?4 i* 7<tn
K, b?t. 14th 15th 25.1 fx 1 11 .{4 1 >e!. a".. 11 e . 4 r-- mm
WW ilst. n.w., m. I. 17,5<kj 4'J<?t< 4:14 12tb 11 e .4rs42?
Lafayetteh se.2d<fcBlH.M<xi 1::42 N f.?\ n - ::r- |i??
1342 Vt. ave., 13 rs.16.tdKl sjj7 s;,-? 1 _ ,. 4 m
Ja30 THOS. E. WAm.AMAN.
Ipolt SALE -THE THRiTi -SToRY PR1 s-i |?
Brick Liwe.llnE. 516 Hd ^t. n.w : pr!?x-, js.i.ixmi.
rermn easy. Apply to F. H. SMITH A s> >N, 1222
F ft. ja2S-lm
I?OH SALE?SEVEN-RWM 1 ni 'I'AOE AT
HyattfvUle, Md., or ex- ba: i e for house of same
Eize not more than seven w, ;?res from Treasury.
Adilress or call SU6 22d et. n.w., tielween > and H
P- ja2(t-liu*
For 8alk-lar?k. fle(Tant~ threestory
and ba^enient bouse, 1411 K ft nw .betweeu
14tli and 16th st*.; all modern Improvements;
large stabie and carriage house in rear. R. T MultSELL,
416 6th St. n.w. ja'.* 1m
1?OR SALE-NEW ~HOUSE."TW EL'VE" R< m i\|S.
. near Llupont Orcle; ? cash. 1 or permit 10
v iew upplv at 1616 lfirh st. n.w.: prl. e, si I .??*?.
Also. 1726 Ma-Hsacansett.x ave.; $5,50n. d21-2m
FOR SALE?MISXELLAN EOUS
For sat.e?to ltvery" and hackmenseveral
light on?.-hf>rse Coujx-s. Ijinduutets and
Brougham*, well suiti.-d for stable or siri-et use. Will
be fc>ld cheap to close out. Repairing promptly attended
to. ROBT. H. ORAHAM".
Factory and Repository,
AKJt 410-416 Sth st. n.w.
For sale?a lasoz no. 3 cx>ffee MirTX
Apply a( 300 N st. n.w. It
For sale?a3first-<'Lass grocery, m eat
aud Provision Store, doing good business. A jvplyal
713 lltli st. n.w., between lu a.ui. and 3 p.
m. f'W 3t*
I^OR SALE?A RARE AND BEAUTIFUL Ol.n
. Oil Painting:, "The Temple of l'ido" at (ttrUia^e,
which Cost 5,5o0 francs in Paris a few ve..rs since, is
jtiered at only at KEYSER 4 hl'U> Art
Sore, 934 F st. u.w. M?
OR SALE-REST VL IUNT "AND POOI. ':t < .M,
Apply at 616 4^ st. aw. ft? lw For
saleSORREL
HORSE.
7 years old, 16 hands 2 Uicbes high, tirst-o'a** ladies' or
zentleiuan's riding horse, sidrited Imt absolutely ^. ntle:
not afiajd of cars. Can be s?-.-n on Tuesday, 1 !i ir-lay
and Katnrday, loth, 12thand 14th.fr m iiin.ui.to
5 p.m. at stubies of JNO. HARRISON, i?.?u *. st. n.w.
r ft?3t?
Ijfo"R SALE -A NO. 1 I ANIiAU, JUST t* Mpletely
repaired; rtiieOam. -o in the iv*t 01 tier;
good shtfling-panel < .trnage. T.10 ow ner's rea.-?n 1 .r
selliug is iiis declining business ou ?i > ount of i'ltiealth.
Call at or addm-* Hl'OHKS, Sl'KSt'E 4 111.,
IM? E. Baltimore St.; Baltimore, Md. f-. 7t
jfOR S.VLE?TWO NOT S \V~ ?S W. ~MT<rlTl N I -r.
with Ijrop-leafand Two Drawers. Hiid all atta< liuneute
$17 each. Two good SINOER MA< H TNI s.
willi all attachments, at SI" each, at OPPENII E1MEK
S, 62H 9tb st. n.w., under St. < loud building. i~. :!t
F~OWSALE?ONE fFnVffij OTAVE\ PRRJlf i
aud one Beautiful SQUA RE PiANt . Ixitii -.?me us
new. Must positively be sold at a gre.it sacrifice for
sish before March 1. Cau be seen at 7oi* 7tii st. n.w.
n-im
For saLe-a "dirk- used ry john brown
at the time of the Harner's Ferry insui reetion. A
relic worth jKJsnesnlijg. Will deliver to the hi?he .L
jldder within fifteen days. Addieai W. il. CI.Ai:ik,
Harper's Ferrj-, West Va,
\ "SSIGNEES SALi^ T
The undersigned ofTers for s:ile. at retail, "r in bn'.k.
Jte Stock of CHINA Ware, CRim'KEKY and
a0U8EFUR>*ISHrN0G0f?I?s and WILL of
iTORE 4<jb 7th st- n.w., this city. This is a e<><>d oj.?l?ortun!ty
to a party desiring to embark In business.
JACOB P.Rik'K.
f*-eo3t Assignee of H. Hollander.
OR SALE?ALL THE STORE FIXTURES 1N
ftore H17 Market sp.tce. o?v uplec bv Lnttrell A
'o., for sale. Apply to Mrs. MARY 1. WEL?'IT.
V st. n.w. M-UkS
OR SALE?IMM1N.CE SACRIFICE IN THREE
Upright and two Square llanot. Nearly new and
rully warranted. Finest li.nkes. Will nell very cheap
;o Immediate buyer for <tc-h or on payment#'of Slu
>er month. One magnldceut UprVht to exchange
or old Suuareand balum^e can be p >'d to suit.
PIANO EXCHANGE,
(2 4-2 9th street.
POR SALE-AT A r.-VRGAJN-A^ TWENTYhorfe
power locomotive tidier: sold only because
t is not large enough. It is in first-class condition,
vith all of the connections, Including an injeetor.
Enquire of The Evening Star Newspaper Cu, Ja26-lm
1"jfOR SALE PIANOS AND OECi.VNS, NEW AND
" second-hand, at low prices for cash, aud on < asv
>ayments. Pianos ami organs to rent. Ht iiO
A'ORCH <k CO.. 926 7th St.. sole agents for Sobmer
lanos. Ju23-lm*
P" OR SALE? "
TREMENDOUS BARGAINS
TO REDUCE STOCK.
K LARGE LOT OF VERY FINE PIANOS AND
ORGANS, BUT LITTLE USED, TO BE sOLD AT
AUCTION FIGURES. SECOND HAND PIANOS.
WITH HANDSOME ROSEWOOD CASES,
CARVED LEGS AND ALL THE IMPROVEMENTS
AT PRICES RANGING FROM *76 TO
f 150. NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUsED.
SIDNEY T. NIMMO,
jalO . 433 7th st. u.w.
cSor SaleL1
I MUST SELL
ORGANS AS LOW AS SI6.
SEVERAL VERY IIANIJfeOM E ORGANS, WHICH
COST ORllrl NALLY FROM SI75 To *2.M>
EACH. Ali LOW AS $5<l AND f66.
SIDNEY T. NIMMO,
jalO 433 7th street northwest.
For saleI
WILL SELL ANY PIANO I HAVE IN MY
wareroom on monthly payments of
flu.
WDNEY T. NIMMO,
jalO 433 7th street northwest.
F- ORSALEORGANS
ON PAYMENTS OF $5 PER MONTH.
Jon't fall to call early and examine tny instruments.
Ill of the best makes represented in stock
SIDNEY T. NIMMO. ,
JalO * 433 7th street northwest.
rum saler
Several Piano* left with me by the owners to be
old regardless of value WIU be sold to cash puruavers
at fearfally low figures.
SUJNEY T. NIMMO,
JalO 433 7th street north weft.
CV)R SALE-THE HANDSOME CAS PERSON
P Electric (oil.) lamptabsohitel v non-ex plosive; never
realts or smokes a chimney; light equals four gas
>ts, or six ordinary lamps. 209 Pa. ave. d!3-2m
GfOR SALE-SEVERAL SECOND-HAND LANL1
daulettes, Coupeletu. Coupe Rockauavs, Coupes,
trougharos and Victorias, new and second-hand Flue.
)ns, Extension-tops and Bninries, and aluo other ne.v
nd second-hand carriages. This work win tie sold
heap to close out. Repairing promptly attended to
tOBT. H. GRAHAM, Repository and Vactorv. 411?16
8 th street northwest. " joy
[7<OR SALE-ALL JEIXD8 OF BIRPST^HARTZ
C Mountain. 8t. Andreasburg, Tr.iined Sinking Cauaiaa
All kinds of Fancy Birds, Apiary Oaitps. FRED.
ELLER, 231 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. aqil-3m?
[7OR SALE OR HIRE-AT WM. P. GEYER^A
D CO.'8 Livery and carriage Manufactory, Horses,
tarn ess, Sleighs, Robes and Cariiage?> of all Kinds,
feinting and repairing In all lu branches. WM. F.
EYEH * ALEX. DAVIDSON, 46b and 470 C st,
w. 410
EDUCATION AL.
Snuvu or n/v-i rinN anp ouamatic akt m 4
142? X M n w. Private leaarins la I ncMati '
brain he?, vrlif ration mid nailttu. dMM 'I- ,nj
eventi?x Mr*. APKL?r IUVAI. MACK fj \m
V. \F"\ *FI ^"T HOHIC AXD BOAlmjiQ
Sc?if<l fbr Children ft-oiu 1W to 10 Mmafm
win he openwl > fv-w rutle* from tV rltr on March TV
1I-N5 Parent* omiOiik th-lt rl.il.lr.ii plaorst In the
hat ?1s <?r (iirliUtt }^<>pU> for am &turtli of tiiue will
ac11r~?*at nwvNvt uAUKl*?*, 1W2 IHh ?. nmn
i?reiHf? jrlven and requited. ftMIt*
Mmf irreiNct, from part*, willRieotS
her Fiench ronveruniniwl I easona at her own
and Itw ?teii.-es (Ulkftn 4n? 611 12th at.
u.?'. mnjertif (Hfw
Ciiv 11. service ixstnvfC 1 "
/ <H;< I*i I i? Ave. D m.
tselisi CI* n ~er \ Ice lJbrary:
ilvll servW >-t ulleo and
Tb."ct c?i Clvtl s?r\ii? lelRTCEnDAY,
I tl r KM'A Y AM> HA lTKDAT FVF- *
MXi.s Hours from 7 too pai. *
Terms r*kM'u?l>ie Ja22-lttt*
J AM I > ?X>RRII?OX. mfVAT* TVTOR (TV* '
t'. i Ul > ?.? ?. office 4,'t? Till M li w I <<iUDi.-r.ial
j < ?.:: M. ,.*. and MiorM mid Special facilities fur
I a.l\aic <*d xti.oetit* In hi., rthan.l 14 lui*
i rj'IIV I'oWE HI SIXERS WHiiiTu 517 7TM *T\
I < w -Mior. i in course in )<ta<-t!ral H.x>k- *
j k-e.nu; R*p <5 IVimiaisht,, and Ijiallsb Itratichee
. at iii rat<? rf mitten M,?rnlnj: afternoon end
ntaht ?. j.1 nns s >le richl I.. H. ??n kv>iriuof IkMk
1,* * i' i . u k.it Hitlioiit UK Un>k\ tixii **?rvtoe i)r%*
para' ia-| . j^ltv J 1| HR\ AXT. ITln. ipal.
J*1.' tlni*
S'.7 N ',V \S RCMXlss ,V>1 I v.;v ?Y>RXER
! k 1 " - nv Vmncand u. 1.1.1 !c-e*ed men
*' ' ' UiS" K J,<1 r"r h,,s ??*l * ? rung. bookW.-j.k
><. b>i?iti?*. prieUce. rapid .^alrulattoiisTtWlWl
| lanrtiHce st ii'Hrra;ihv. t>pe-?riH^. . t?*?*n iwhly
i tai\iii t- A>Su?.*>4?>u at <ai\ tiu.t* J-.iwmi leruia
I artupiM t > the time* \ ear f-. iu <1at^ ..f ^ntr?n ?.
. ii?v !> lu^h..# ><< niottllik. ??\ i Wb? #>14
| <? i" nifut'. |u:c!il. #> *? llapiU wr.t;'ilS, la ?lA
1 t^ali nr wens ftir rtrrutar*. *?
HI n ?:Y C. "H MTR. Martui.
s.VK.V A PPl Vi I It, Vice PriiH'i|mi .t.to
' t ' VITA R. slXOTNU, IMAM I. A<\. TAt'SjWT Al' * ,
V . r^,k,"i*h;"' > iVi.r iA?ri?-ohiKXHTi'ijc. j
? '(? <" rt. nw. -| i,p prufrmor nwk?, the OaHar a I
"J^ i't" . *i"l li^ mimAillr :a.i?:lit It for t? ?nt>.
thrMjwm. in li>
^IMII Kt-vj- *\IM UK A IMSl P1.A? Vf?? tKAMS .
* ' ?">1 ' * i?*l S at tt'.r X u' iiikI A.'twteuiv 4
ot 1 ii^ \n? lstjj .j and New Y..rk a\e \ nut o| 1
^ r.i.v -a'eil. KneptMU (Vw \> f-,tti?Wa\ ereulti*^ at
A\V\NTI I> v.vsic V. n ,1 AV> BlV.INXKlti 4
4, ii ... "1 ? M. C 4
)?IWm? " XN > > rma varjr moJmar*. A
1 ^JMIH BKKI ITT Hoot. OF I ANOT A?.rs 1
Rultlmore. Rr?t..n. Itr xiklrn, Prortijenre,
Ant at 14ih t,t. n ?r.. Wa<!| IXwloX.
X.^? T^rm Recln* now. ^ii|^r:or Xatlve T?w-h?ra
Olily. < la.?-. s ?i ,t Private Less, ma
I 'ipxc .orf a<]\antuiceK f.?r J^rnliin 't'onreratlrn.
Fee extremely low.
To show our method we Invite all peraoti* to nt,n'J
our f'avH* this wr.i k. Amilr to
!M?i ?F. K. JOLY.
OlIoRTH W'Ti ? |t!:i.f|.AR (Lass ^IIMIONK
\ r'"VHt.'U-"0?|? a apei'ialty. >11
t.'n .i.niii itn.l .tli,.ii?r<>n?'aTiiU nil hand
r.fi'v"i Wr : ?? ? tW an ar?
ul ?i rr^uU , 4lX'N I'MuXiHIRaMIIt' III Al?i
tjl^ Alll ER?> yrr I St. ? w
i \r?K\VO()D IX^TITl'I R-" " ~
| A ->KIK?T ROARDIXO HVIUtAY W'HOOI. FOR
<.?Iltl>.
A rompw ?,-hool O'Mirsr Kncllflh. kv1ontiPc,
I tui. <.r?-at fnoilttlMf for modeln lAnrMag*** i?4r
i. 1 Uernmii. Art. Kk>rii(l..ii. Mii?k
?i ./*!!'?. i rvf Anton
A < j.-viitu- roiime: aiv>. rle<'tlee nmMis for advn
'-d l*re|?ratlon rlaf.?r \ a??ar an 1
Ott.'-I 4-ollepi's < ?1IhI 1'.*14 I 4t ti ?|
nli-Jtin Mr ail,I Mm V u IM AKKLI-. Hrtn?i|?^.
I^lil N< li I-K^~|?NS K.VMKXIoN I'ARI.K A
"!" - Ptof H lArrnjae. prlvatf Kren. h
i.-a< ln-r. ..r SitrtHii.iu' untveraitv I'ana lv.'f'
Vali',' ln,-" "> '' 1--~ IViiliayiiaSla sve.
A\T A>in X? ?T? .X AI -A I 'KM V IFTKLK.? RAVlff :
?J ? *< W?1 of Hi. km.) here. A Max lal not
talion to all to ??e the m.-th.-l liy whkh von oa.ii
a-?>n learn a proh-wiluii. ait ad ?U a.e. d.% am
I5fI,EI?*AHTKN 1 "ItI N. H SCHOOL, 1?14
* .til *it U'fWl-H!. K ilfl.1 I.
T^ria !uemv? 1 *.ruary tttfi ! iiKiuh tiul o?v
y*rt drAuii^f UiikIU by * i*?,Miiur and wf il
V- ? X, y. PIM'l''HOMMK. Pr1nrl,MU. *
> K.- Mornliiit. <inerii<H>n and em, i,t Fr.-noh
?. V-."""' 11 trM'hf fiw adults mid oliil.lrt-n. MilI
rnd lioiunii-s ...vn at.d orlrtna! m^thudv natural ?
:iuvjt\s b*s,ii anoiH-s^fiit. ti ..Il.,r>? snp*-ri.*r a.lvani.iui'sinr
fi.-.jiilrliiK ait.' id proiiumnatiuu and a nra - a
ii> ;il use '.ftlie lanirnuKe. JalT "
\Jlv> \MY I.KAV11T. t?F ItOS'l 11\. " r.RAf*
* "i'te IDI.1 <s-rtlli.s| examiner of 'lie Xew Kn^land
< im ?rval -rv. I'Ihiio technique, harmony and v?.?i?
<-ultnre. ioi2 Kith ?. n w .
A\T AMI I Xl.ToN si Hi i ?l of ft OCTTIOK AJtd ?
* Kuifllsh l4lli|riiaife,
U<H M sir?-??t,
-M STK VI \> II Al; I , Pilnr'.ijal.
Thec-iiiiiireainl development < ( the vnloe and na*.
arul e\|n.-,<i,,i, .ifaeiitmient *r.-tnl|\ tautrht
Ks|?xml attention riven to the cure of atiiiiinierlnf
and other vuca! O.-lei u., Ho>? and i?lrla' clano Satur
j a"y'11 * m" drt tjel
M" I-P vn^iXS, M. K. 't.ATI OF^IM.\i-KRI A!<
Huvmesa ? el ejfe Private In?trucf. r In Bo->k>
I K.-. i>inc. Penmansliip, F.nKlish nut all mutheniaU.x
j J -..v sextons, n a.m. to 1J ni.. *7 |K-r month. Pnplli
[ tamrlit at bom* |fd.-?lred 318 1? at. n.w
1 > tRTIK^ WHo l.l-XRK To IMHItOVK THKM*
1 selves in the tM-nntiAil arts of Elocution, l- iiellab
i-ranuiiur. Arttlimvtic, Kntlisb Literature, llotory
Al^ehra and *'oiiii>oaltion can receive private lenioni
by Ui? hour at ?iu,1 F at. n.w .or at the li..iii.- <>r iiK??
ulio tuay ao deflirc. l or r.-lerein-?"a .-all 01 tuldresa
, Mra K. A. t'H AM HKHH.
JaK-2m F at u w.. tity.
VJlI' lt I llfxn AXT> TYPK-WRITIMi lMlAtli
cullv tniitiht. suix-esa KiiarantiHst if InatrucUont
are followed. Private U^soiia Indivi.luiilly or in < laas.
It. l.i HuMF.LIX.iiffii<r of Jonua & Kitaioii. sten<^raptiers.
47- l>>ulsintia ave. nju-;im*
d 'Al!l lll.l. KIMiFUOARTKX,
V* PRIMARY AM. TRAIXIX<?SCHOOL.
t'J.'l lilt hat. u w
Iin?7-r.m Ml{> AXXA B. OOOKK, Prlt.rlpal.
1>KIVATK M ^HIXS I\ aLL ORAPFS < <1
?iu<lv to ndutts; eonti-lentlal: j>r< i>Ht .* Tor cvllittft
Anriapolis, West point. a;i exaiutotitloiM.
IVY I XsTITl*TK,a.? . corner KtU and K sta nw
Maibeniaticai, ciussloal. Itusi!i?s.s.
Evenlug riits^si. and $.% a montli^
SUMMER RE8QRT8.
rpiil: l>l.NM- Mt \ AUHS FltuM Til I A a. A
A Reiwli. 0[S'|I ail the year: hot x.-a water
batli- m the hou>e. VJ I
_ir?-:erIA RORTOX A marrhT^T I
rpiu Wi l l.IXOTOX -Al l.AXTIC CITY V J i
A K' utuckv hve .noat thcbvucli; h<>t l.iitle 4 . . A
t O -.in p.irlor; n. w h< use aim new lv furirlsh.sl fNkl
1' ! ;"i jt JiCXl I K ' J
i rpH KVHTiilIl.v ATI.VXTlfCITY.X.J 111 o 11
I 3 otnrlily heuttsl. ^as. etc.; hot and c- lit sc., 4 L , A
! water hath . stiu (uilor uud skatliiK rinkf alf
, ?ti!- -.-t 1 v oil l? .n il. fr<-e t<> Kiiesla. L1 'tg I
_f. M^WII.;7\ ~ ,
fl^ll K WAVl'ilLY. ATLAJCTI"' CITY, X T. oPKS 4
M all tin- yt-.-u. Hot hi^I wea wateiA., A
ti lths In tile III u*e All tin- . uitOrtf- of a^|^||k#
t fir.st-classliotel. i itch tu.-*'ts all tt'alus II1 Ml T
1 JOHN E.MIHMX. Man?zJ7
I ' J-rtu Vl;s J. L l:i;v ant, Prot,ri. tr?wa ,
llU<)FESSLQNALu
\f KS. 1>R. J. SF.MMES. RK>I1?KXT SVItOKoN
.? ? > III U< lP<IT.ISI M AXIM UK AXI* l.KRM A'O
';.<?< IsT.?Corn.-. Rontons hu.I I ngr<>witig Xails abf?.lately
andpermanently curmi In a lew tieatiuenia.
A' -r MO vuar- of sulJerltig I wn- eure,i tiy i?r Setnm.si
Xiuue lobe s . n a: olli e, 1JT2 F street, 4 d.a.rs from
i:5Mi. Hutuirtsh ol the tiest |,rt,,i.|?- in this city will *
si!i-'autl.?H- this stitiemeiit. CV-rua, 25 eentu Mr*.
It. seiiiniea 1ms purchased the Wonderflil R..ot and
H.-rh Tonic, will ?!.-><ilut.-ly make hair i^row on Raid
Jl-a<|s .Mhiiv will think tl.ta If s,,me worthier stuff
but iiiiy p.-ntleiumi or lady win. Is bald Is Invite.! to
call lur free tre;umi-nts al 1222 F st.. 4 door* trom
13tl. This prc|iutatii.ii lia? never bei-n In the market
under any name, un.t has brotu ht out a ault of hair
alter 25 years ol t>al<liiess. p?,r Kile bv Proprietor,
1222 F St., 4 doors troui l.'tth. ttj one flight FT
MASS AO E -THE LEA III XU MANHFTH OF
this eoiuitrv will teacii Mas?.ice ai hi? r.-lden.-e,
uiluiiiiistei.dat the boiaes of put lints if de.
Kire.1. Kef.-re nee* fVom the leudnK I'tnnliltm ,><
1 nropo and Amcrlca. Address PUufuHUR Mlar
oJlilAv IH-lw
t'sEKVL FEKT BEIXO IXIHSPEXKARLE TO
J health ani lonirevlty, tlie most eminent physlciana
MirReons Hud t bousaaila of Other Well-known l"-rsv?nages
visit Iir. WHITE'S eaUihlishiueut, 14Hi PenuKyl,
vanla avenue, CHiostte WtlUrd'a hotel, for relief from
and avoidance i f Oorns. Isutilonr. I itKeaaed nails and
other Foot Ailments. I?r. WIIITE 8 tweut v-r.fth isjo,
secutive year of practkx- in \\ a<h .ntrton. l is* $1 a ultiing.
Raliimore ??tlice, 11 North l.utaw street. ja21
Mi; ROfeis.
RELIARLEf LATRVOYAST AXD AsTR0I/>0iST,
can he consulted on business ah t all alliuia of life.
AH in trouble cull. Sali&factiou uiven or no itav
Fee.tl. "
Residence, 1910 11th ctre?>t northwest, Ja5
dk. mchlemanccrbb pi 1.1 sby i?T
i.-ct treatment, with' it tlie use of knife.. austlcor
! llgattire. i ure iniuratiteed. ( an br- cnsultad at 728
6th street northwest, ft-om 4 to 6 p. m. daily, dl-3m
MWK. lilUXJK K TEI.LS A LI. THE EVKXTBOF V
LIFE. All busin.-ss . oiitldeiitlal 1 juii.-c and at-ut'.-meii
5u cents each. 4(H) L sircet, l.-tw.-.-n 4th and
5tli streets northwent. jel4-&t?w*
Madame payx (rhstdf.vd manicubk
and surireon ? hln p.^lm - Minrer naiU Uanjtlfled:
Hang XalU and Rltiiif: of Nails positively Cared
Corns. Runions Ingrow in* Nails and all .iiseaaaaof ths
Feet successfully treated. Single treatuicut, either
hands or feet, $1._ ItiK.ms 6 an.I ?, (*4{> Pa ave.n4-*m
MIUS M. A. 1'REN'CH^ M AOSETH' HKALJCR.
and Ru?ltie* Medium. i" at a ti at heme. 1724 7th
st. n.w., where r-lie will ha pl.-aM.sl to ruceive her
friends and patrons. nlo-3m*
1 spk<iai.t;i-:s.
If vor wmH i>m*iur . i'w -out
BAILEY'S Improved Truss. Batista, tioi, r'laran.
teed or money refunud Mailed to any addiess hi l ulled
states on receipt of price, $3 Addr.-ss L. C BAILEY
2925 M st. n.w. Ladn* should consult lira. RA1LEV
at her residence, llow lbth at. n.w. Ja20-lm*
DR. W. T. PARKER,OF ROxTOX. MAHRTELBO
tro-innKtietlc h.-uh-r, h.-aiiiif hj laving on ofhandi. '
1 reats ItlieumattsRi, NeuralKta. AKthma, (aiarrb, '
Paralysis, 1st. Vitus' I lance, Nervous Proatratlim,
Luuc, Liver and Kidtwy ComplalLU, aud all nervoM
disease*, without tin* use of medicine. > t.nsuttattoft
free. WiN visit patients at their homes, offl.-e lioura
1 p.m. to 8 p ui. 317 4^ at. n.w. n!7-13W
THE TRADEST
XTKWWAPER, BOOK AN D JOB PRI NTIWU.
tiiKIU STYLE?LOW PHH1K
LARGE FACILITiBK-XEW MATERIAL
ORDERS FOB PRIXTIXO OF ALL UMH
HULICl TED.
BUITS H. DARBY.
Practical Prlntor,
Ja2o 433 Oth street northw?M.
Gi bsox Tsrothkrh,
PRACTICAL BOOK AXD JOBPRPCTKM. I
123# Pennsylvania avanoe, WeahlMrtun, D. C I
aSTFlpe Printing ast^oUlty
F5R SALE-FALL AND WINTER CARJUAOIH,
Coupes, CouneJettes. Landaus aud LmSmm
panel and sash door Hockawavs. VictortM Cam, aad
luo otiier styles, sew and Mouatf ktmt jOKjr M.
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