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LOCAL MENTION.
IV Wewkn.
JMtMftMM tvr thf ?i fumrt ntmrttenrin/y nt S p. m.
tor thf District of Columbia. Maryland, and
Vtrglr.la, threatening weather and rain, followed
bt clearln. weather during Sunday, slightly
warmer, light to fre h winds shifting to south
erly and th-n to westerly.
?Potomac Boar t i n Pair, tio.ooo bouse.
i* Fits Wbber.?Haupfs course opens
Beet Monday ,\n unevelied opportunity to ac
quire a practical uae of ijernian In a most pleasant
EBer, It a brief time, l?y attending one hour
day. Hours, 1Vi3m a. m., 4:15 and ? p. m.,
>nlc Temple. F and Oth. Investigation of this
original method iBTlwd.
But a Tic**r-|lo,ooo house.
? ?
Wtu Pirm tvimlow shades, *c. R W. Hen
derson ? Co., 1113 F street n. w.
- m - m
2>'?t i CoroH B ?i.sam for Hoarseness and Croup.
Katex ?t Hats.?The wife of a farmer, named
Henderson, living In Cass county. Ind., having oc
i anion to visit (he barn on her husband's farm,
took her nine months' old child with her. and laid
him down on a bale of hay, while she attended to
ttoe feedln, of some cattle, suddenly hearing a
great uproar, and the child loudly crying, she
rushed to ? here she had left It, and to her horror
f'?iud It surrounded by a score of large rats, who
wv* discovered were gnawing and tearing away
tMOdMBl) at what she had at Orst. s ipposed was
tier child, but which she later discovered, to her
latent- happiness, was a large bottle of scotch
oats Esse a ? which she was u-jng lor Neuralgia,
and which ihe had inadvertently left by the child's
?ide.
one lit the rats is afterward sal.l to have re
marked that there were wore oats to the square
Inch In that bottle than any of the fraternity had
ever before seen. Whatever the rat's opinion Is,
It :s certainly well known by thousands of people
that scotch oats Essence will cure every form of
Ner"?ous, Mental, .Neuralgic and Hysterical dls
$10,000 Horsa pok '*> cents, uet tickets.
' mi I.?k.;?st Vahikty <>f Etchings, Engravings,
fee., in the city. AH kinds of frame* made at low
rates. Kcgliding old frames a sped illy.
Wood ? Eoksvtu, l'.'OM F st.
l'HorooRiras fet. Antuoxt s, 905 Pa. ave.
?Fon salk Eterwhere. Potomac Fair tickets.
TANXI] USER.
The irrand opera of Tannhauser will be glTen at
New National Theater on Monday evening, there
fore, u would be well to remember that the
bergner X Engei Brewing Co s. Philadelphia
Tannhauser Beer, recognl/ed as the leading Wt
of ;he city, can be found at all hotels and restau
rants.
1418 13th Strait, tio.ooo house.
FTshll's Ics cream and Charlotte Itusse.
Kcet Rotal "Sue" can be bought from G. O.
Corn well & son, 1413 and 1414 Henna ave.
Pet's Cocgh Balsam relieves Coughs and Cold&
Hctlxrs cocoa, for breakfast and supper.
Vanilla and ramlly chocolate; pure, healthruL
Sold by grocers. Wholesale depot, J as. L. Barbour
*Sob.
Scbscrue for "The Knapsack. ? Fifty cents a
year In advance.
Keisi.xoer's ice cream, 335 O st. n.w.
Booerts cornn STRrr contains no poison and
can be given to children with perfect safely.
| ORE AT iNDCCEMEST, $10,000 hOUSC.
Datis, 7J3 7th St., will make one large crayon
and on- dozen nicely finished cabinet portraits for
?5. Come and see them.
Bi rx coie. still selling at summer prices not
withstanding the strike in the coal region.
f?I Portraits. Sets Kemethy, llt? Pi av\
||Dox atioss coming freely. Potomac Fair.
Fm. at Simmer Prices.?The cheapest and
cleanest fuel is Washington lias company 's coke.
Johnson Bros., sole agents.
?Houert's croc.H syrcp will cure at once.
Bry Washington uas Company's coke. No ad
vance over summer prices.
CITY AND DISTRICT.
? ?
AMliWBienlv In-nlglit.
MaSoxic Tem -le.?Henry George's Lecture.
Xatioxal.?Mrs. Potter in "Loyal Love."
AUACon's.?l>ownlng in "The Gladiator."
HareisV?"on the Frontier.-*
Vers a x s.?KenU-San t ley Troupe.
3h**A*8A* PaxoEajia.?Day and evening.
l ondrnwd Locals.
FromC. F. Schmidt we have the Architects' and
Bmid^nr edition of the Scientific American for
VfMaj
la the case oC Main agJInst Hoadiey, for jn ln
Junctlon and receiver of the Belvedere Hotel
Judge Cox yesterday afternoon canceled and set
aside the restraining order.
A large barn and stable on the farm of Mr. F
E. Duclwtt. in yueen Anne district. Prince George
County, Md. near MnlUkln s station, were de
?Eroyed by fire early yesterday morning. Five
Horses per shed In the names.
D. J. Mccarty, president, and J as. F. Slmms,
?ecfetary of the Master Builders'Association oi
this city, will leave for Cincinnati this evening as
delegates to attend the convention of the National
Association of Builders to be held in that city next
week.
The following officers have been elected by Union
Tent, m>. N7. L O. R: shep., p. W. Birch; P. C. R.
J. C. GAmee; C. R. E. J. Adams; I). K-, R H. Cook;
XJL, a E Hunt; F. Sl, Win. R Hunt; Treas., N.
Bum h; Lev., W. J. Belshaw.
?'Bud" Warner, colored, was before the Police
Coun to-day for beating Ida Mitchell, a colored
mutant of the "Division,"' and was given two
months m )aiu 8
The ponce have received the following addi
tional contributions for the beuent of the poor
*r-J*co?. of the Howard House, $2.,; cash! t?i;
H. D , |6: M. A. Talt, si.HO; fifth precinct poUce
Htatlon, 110, and tne children at the Abbott
School a ipiantlty of groceries.
In the .-a.se of Louis Faber, who was acquitted
on a charge of "Sunday bar." Mr. c. Carrlngton
n ed a motion in the Criminal coun to-day for
judgment for costs against the District.
The case mentioned In The star of yesterday as
hiving be-n *-t for Mar. u 10 for trial in the Cir
cuit court is that or Katherlne schaefer, admlnls
'iT^ M gchaefer. agt. the Baltimore
aad Ohio K.ulr<?d for ?l(?,(.>ii, by reason of the
d-ath of Mr. schaefer, wao w.ts struck by a train
on June 10,188a.
we Want an ( nion Maliou1
To tha Cditor of The Evexiso Star
1 tie question of a union station in Washington,
w^Kh fc? Involved in the discussion of the railroad
protiein now occupying the attention of the Dis
trict committee of the senate, is one which the
>"ople do not look upon in a practical light. The
advantage* of a union station for railroads that
are intimate" connected by traffic agreements,
aod that mutually lntervhanice pa.v*'Qgt p*deatiQed
to points reached by either one or the other but
not by both, are obvious. But when 'he lines to he
joined are rivals in every -ease of the word, when
the territory retu ned is the same in both rases.
aadttasaoME acuve competition always exists be
tween the rivals, each earnestly endeavoring to
?ncure a share of the business which uust gS to
oaeor the ott.er, the matter assumes an entirely
?1??ntK.SIfc'-. The ^n*-ralIv accepted Idea of a
parrnerahip Involvesamutuailty of interest among
J^/J^ers, and a business union would
toardly ho!d togethnr very long it one mem
,.c were continually unders-lling
tae other and employing every availa
ble mean* to secure the lion's share of the business
for his own Individual benefit and against the
exfticoii Interest of the union. The prime object
of uniied effort would be defeated, and '?onfuslon
toti ruin would necessarily ensue. There is not a
caae on record where two ? omp- tini: railroads have
??<?d the same station in harmony, ouarrels.
Rdtuaderatandlngs. and. what is of more Import to
the public, inefficient service are the Inevitable re
i"ilts. Different uelh<x]s of mma?*-ment, diver
sity of train rules and signals a.so contribute
W the impracticability of such a scheme.
It Is folly to Imagine that a union such as Is con
templated In Washington would prove an exceo
tlon, as the principal object of the <-orporatlon de
manding the new station is to secure f.?r itself
r Wbir,; W|U enatlb. lt lh<. be,ter fo
cop* with its greatest adversary. If Is a weii
havrSni^-'1}?1 TOTZ.,few our Eastern cities
?*je union Nations. They do not d?*lre theni for
tl?!r^flF )e^<t,0h ,UatK 11 ls Ui?re convenient for
^ rallr,J!l<1 termini 1-^ated
?ccHon*. This reason applies to WasU
*T rea-v<D tie wide area
coveiad by the clt>. The best p?>ssible w iy to lm
j.rove Its railway facilities ls i^ i'xatlon of
stations in different portions of the cuy. ?
m A Practical Cmzex.
Kceibitis Refoeted. ?S. F. Thomas. \n 45a n
?treei, reports stolen Irom his office yestertav a
brown sa k c^t and a blue overcoat-_M \ew
lueyer, N.J. Mtiw IVnnsv.vanla aveaws reoorts
r.^nlof ^ * U>U'? ^
A Bot ix the Closet.?This morning, shortlT
after midnight, Mrs. Jna Kuppert, who? husband
keeps a saloon on o str?-et, between 7th and Mth
ceef s, keanl some one in the house, and 11nicer
U.igner was called la and the bulldiuir wi?
thorough.y searched. In a closet on one of the un.
per Goors the officer found a white boy secreted!
H? was taken to the station, where he gave his
name as Michael Cox. He said he had no home
He has been sc?o about the O street market for
houi days by the ofllcers. This morning he was
taken to the PoUce Court, and charged with belwr
u suspidi 11s person. He was sentenced to irtve
bonds in the sum of feJO, or stand committed tor
thirty days.
KqrtTAELE C. R Aesociatiox.-This association
nefa its one-hundredth meeting for making ad
vances Wednesday, In the directors' room, in the
Equitable Building, Thomas Somervllle, president,
in the cnair, J no. Joy ?dsi>u, se< retary. Advances
~~T- made to tne shareholders, amounting to
94^,0011, at sn average premium of m per cent. By
a report made by the secretary it shows that there
."Sf / Jfr100 ail*IV8 'h the I4tn Issue, and a
total of 1-,-^Kt active shares. The receipts for Jan
uary were $luH,yHu?7, the largest of any month
alac* the organization of the association.
__ ? < A<i>?rt laament. >
FOB Sill?The greatest bargain in this City for
91 per foot, on i*ui street northwest, aoildo feet
to -JO-foot alley, with 1 CM001 side alley. Property
selling ail around lt for (1.30 per foot. For further
particulars call and see W^sh'n D tnenhower me
ofc?or DBueaaower c son, ULi i' atree; north
THE JACKSON OEHOCKATII.
Tfce AMoclation Ueiii?( Ready for (he
ruiMilfn.
Mr. J. I. N orris presided at a meeting of the
Jack-ton Democratic Association held last evening,
at St. George's HalL Mr. N. Sardo filled the post
of secretary. Messrs. J as. W. Barker, chas. Allen,
8. T. Drury, C. W. Pettlt, a s. Davis, A. H. Jack
son, J. A. Clarke. Howard Clagett, T. F. Miller, E.
D. Wright, L. Newmyer, Jas. F. Boisseau, L. New.
myer, Julius Emmner, H. C. Mccauley and others
were present. Messrs. R. II. Sylvester and E. W.
Anderson were nominated for membership. The
chairman announced the following compnlttees:
Executive?Geo. E. Kirk, Jno. p. Hamlin, Hain
an C. Mccauley, Thos. F. Miller, llenry Bird,
Howard clagett, Peter Garden. Win. A. Hutchlns,
B. T. swart, it. 9. Davis, W. Pierce
Bell, R. W. Barker, Hugh Uagan and
Frank (iermon. Hall?A. A. IJpsconio, Jno. A.
ClarK, Jacob C. Larner, Chas. Allen and R. W.
Fenwick. On Decea* of J. H. Ooddard Jonas B.
Ellis and Jas. W. Hears?Howard clagett, Mills
Dean, T. F. Miller, A. u. Jackson. R. W. Fenwick.
Chas. AJUea, J. %V. Barker and Robert Ball. Mem
bership?Jno. M. Johnson, W. Pierce Bell and J.
Fred Kelly. Sergeant-at-arms?J. M. Johnson.
notwithstanding Dig APPOINTMENTS.
As this was the nrst tline that Mr. Norrls had
presided at a meeting since his election, he made
a brief address referring to the history of the or
ganization.
"That in so crrent a matter as the shaping of our
national policy for the la-st Interests of all our
population of now more than 00,000,000 of people
there shouM be Individual at-, ippoiutinent and
local dissatisfactions," said Mr. Norrls. "Weknow
too well both the nature of our Institutions and
the temper of our people to think r->r a moment
that it can be otherwise. But It ha.) ver been
the proud boast ot the men who cons-1, ite this
association tnat they are able to Use al ve all
minor and seltlsli considerations and eni 'pon
the (Uncharpe of their duties as American -us
fret? from the trammel"of private dlsaHe. >r
mere partisan Jealousy."
He trusted that every man among them would
be ready to do his part In the great struggle which
will soon be upon them.
THE CO* I NO NATIONAL CONVENTION.
Mr. T. F. Miller Inquired as to the election of
delegates to the national convention, and sug
gested that this time honored association should
take the initiative, it had had-an existence of
over half a century, and was the second oldest or
Sanitation of the kind In this country. It mem
urs, he said, had pre v*M their leaity to their
Klnctples when It was looked on as a disgrace to
called a democrat. It was not bull' on the
spoils system, for none of them had received the
spoils, ami tli?members had shown thatthey were
democrats from principle. >Ve had not even the
choice ot a recorder of deeds or marshal, should
the initiative be taken in calling a convention or
holding primaries, he predicted that the delegates
would be elected in such a manner as would put to
shame their opponents.
Mr. J. u. Lamer nald that the central committee
elected at the convention four years ago held over,
and It was th?lr duty to call the convention to
etect delegates, and that a new committee would
be foriucp.
TO ENFORCE THE CIVII.-3ERVICE LAW.
Mr. Julius Emmner ottered resolutions declaring'
that It Is the duty of every Jacksontan democrat
to see that every plank In the Chicago platform of
July, 1*84, is carried out to the letter, especially
that relating to civil service, prohibiting oovern
ment employes from taking an active part in po
litical campaigns. The resolutions provide for a
committee of nve, to act wlih similar committees
from other associations, in seeing that such rules
are not violated, especially by the employes of the
District government, the marshal and recorder of
deeds'office; ana for the appointment of a com
mute of three, to act with the ceulral committee
in devising ways and means to carry on the work
of organization, "lhe resolutions were referred to
the executive committee.
ELECTED HONORARY MEMBERS.
Mr. A. II. Jackson ottered a resolution providing
for the election as honorary members of the asso
ciation of President Cleveland and the members of
his Cabinet.
Mr. F. oennoa moved to lay the resolution upon
the table, but failed to obtain a second, so he con
tented himself with voting in the negative when
the resolutions were adopted.
lien. A. E. Stevenson, First Assistant Postmas
ter-ucneral, and Senator Kcnna were also elected
to honorary membership.
The association decided to meet regularly every
mouth hereafter.
Coining' Amuormenta.
The National opera Season.?The advance sale
of seats for the engagement of the National Opera
Company at the National Theater next week seems
to indicate that tlnanclally the season will be a
most prosperous one. This it assuredly deserves
to l>e, as such an attractive list of works has never
before been promised by a grand opera company
in this city, and the admirable manner In which
Phis organization has In previous seasons accom
plished Ks artistic undertakings leaves little
doubt that the performances of next week will be
of the highest character. Th? manner in whlcli
the two new o|?ras, "The l^ueen of Sbeba" and
"Nero," are put upon the st.i^e has excited the
wannest encomiums of the press in New York and
elsewhere, particularly the great scene of the
burning of Rome in the latter opera. The organi
zation has a large orchestra under able direction
and a well-trained corp de ballet. .
ALBAfons oi-kka Hocse.?Mr. Robert B. Man- 1
tell, a young actor who has in a few seasons taken
a prominent place on the American stage by rea
son ot exceptional natural gifts developed by Intel
ligent devotion to nls art, will appear as a "star"
at Albaugh's next week, in a play called "Mon
bars." This is an adaptation from the French of
D'Knnery by Louts NathaL It Is a romantic drama
of str>ng situations, it is said, the time being the
beginning of the present century and the placo
France. Mr. Mantell has with him a competent
company.
The Hofmann Concert.?At the concert at Al
baugh's, Monday afternoon, young Uofmann, the
child pianist, will for the first time outside of New
YorK, conduct the orchestra during the perform
ance of "The Polonaise Amerlcaine," which was
composed by himself since coming to this country.
Mme. Hastrelter, signer De Anna, Mine. Sacronl,
and Miss Nettle Carpeater are still with the com
pany.
The Dickens Keating.?Mr. Charles Dickens
win give at the National Theater to-morrow even
lug a second and final reading from the works of
his father. The program for the reading com
prises the charming Christmas story, "Dr. Marl
gold" and "Bob Sawyer's Party." Seats may be had
at the theater box office.
Tiik Stoddard Lectures.?John L. Stoddard will
appear at C mgregailonak church on Monday even
ing, opening his new course of lectures. Mr. Stod
dard began this seasou under the most flattering i
auspices in Brooklyn and Philadelphia. It was re
served lor Chicago, however, to give him a recep
tion unparalleled in the history of the lecture
platform. He began October 17 a season of five
wee?s in the largest auditorium In the city, and
night after night was greeted witn crowded
houses. The historical and literary lectures on
Julius CiP.vrand Lord Byron have attracted marked
attention. The three travel lectures are said to
be In his happiest style.
henry ciroRoK win lecture on "Protection and
tho Labor Question" at Masouic Temple this
evening.
Mr. I.eland T. Powers, the reader and imper
sonttor,of Boston, will appear at the congrega
tional church on Monday evening, February -JO.
Harris' Buor Thkatkh.?Mr. Edmund Collier,
one of the latest candidates for the tragedian's
honors, win appear at Harris' next week, assisted
by a good company, in a series of famous plays,
ou Monday he will give "Vtrglnlus," on Tuesday
"Jack Cade," Wednesday "Damon and Pythias,"
Thursday "Met imora,' Friday "Virglnlus." And
Saturday "Richard 111."
Kebnan's Thhater.?Th? Mlgnanl-siegrlst Star
Specialty Company. Including a number of clever
dancers, singers, comedians, equilibrists, magi
cians, ?c., will hold the boards at this house next
week. '1 he company Is very well spoken of.
Thkodorxthomas, with his greaL orchestra, will
give two grand coueerts in Washington, on Mon
day and Tuesday evenings, March6and ?. Rafael
Josefly and Mr. Myron W. Whitney will be the
soloists.
Tranulm of Real Kolaie,
Deeds In fee have been fl'.ed as follows: p. n.
cnrlstman to Henry Bcrahelmer, sub 3 and part 2,
sq. ttS; ti.'ioa Timothy Desmond to M. Biggins,
lot 14, sq. 6X7; (1,400. F. J. M. Milieu to C. II.
Mixer, sub OH, sq. S34; fcJ.aOO. D. Connoll et aL to
W. T. Rowe, subs 47 and i/7, sq. ?19; $?. I:. Gold
schmll to Mary A. Watts, subs 40 aud 41, sq. 3ft?;
Mary J. Arnold to 1L li. Gerdes. part 17,
sq. -jart; VI,400. Rebecca A. Illalne to Susan D.
Mcl'onneU, nart a, sq. ?42; H,'~">0. Susan 1?. M' -
? onnell to Louis Meliucs, sub Ol, sq. k?t; $2,S00.
Sarah M. Dunn to Caroline M. Wurdemann, lot 1,
sq. 7?4; $a,760. ^
Sale* ol Heal Estate.
Susan D. Mcconnell has bought for f4,260 of
Rebecca A. Blaine, pt. lot 6, sq. U42, fronting 10.1.)
feet on the south side ot East Capitol M.,' between
Oth and 10th sts. east.
H. (?oldschmid has sold to Mary Ann Watts, for
|3,:us, lots 40 and 41, square :HC>, on 8th street,
between R and S, n. w., containing :t723 feet ot
ground; to Tarieton H. Dean, for (.',600. house No.
22JW Cleveland avenue northwest; to Eugene Ca
rusl aud Wm. T. Miller, trustees, for $<l,000, l.rts
10, Hand 1", in square H36, corner tltli aud F
streets northeast, containing 14.mil feet of ground;
to same, for |-?l.OUO. east 7 feet of lot. 13, all of 14,
west l?; feet of lot 15, square ax>, on Pierce street,
between 1st and North Capitol streets, containing
I'.tC.' feet of ground; to R. T. Meany, for $1,7.">0,
house No. J-J54 Cleveland avenue northwest.
C. W. Appier has bought, for 10,000. of Mary R.
Oreer, part 1?, sq. 79, 16 feet 2 Inches by 1254; on
the south side ot II street, between '-flat and _-.*d
Streets. J. c. Lang has bought, for H.100, of J.
Spngg Poole sub:ii, sq. 212, 2,1 SB square feet, on
the south side of N street, between 14th and 16th
I streets northwest.
Wills Filto.?The will of Dennis CaSlaghan
was tiled yesterday In the Probate Court. He
leaves to his daughter, Laura V., lot 1, square TWJ,
and the adjoining real estate to his daughter-in
law, Kate caliaghan.-?The will of 8. Augus'.lna
Burr was also tiled, she leaves all her property
to her daughter Louise. Whenever the farm Elm
wood is sold her ions, David and Shields, are w>
, have |600 each.
Fracdclxst Mendicants.?A correspondent
warns charitably disponed citizens against a pre
tended medium doing the benevolent on the plea
ol distress, and also advises examining before giv
In* to well-dressed young men with arius in sllugs,
claiming blood poisoning, Ac.
A Grand armt Post Recniom.? Hon. J. T. John
Eton, ol Indiana; Hon. Jos. Lyman, of Iowa; Past
Department commander Burke, and 8urgeon-U?u
eral Douohue made addresses at the reunion Uutt
rreblng of Meade Post, No. 7, o. A. R.
TO BREAK THE BLOCKADE.
.larifaUsn to be Resumed the Po
tomac To-Bonrow.
m
A HEATT TTO WITH AN ICE-fLOW TO POIICI A FU
SA'tK THRO toil THE ICS FROM ELEVENTH-STREET
WIIARF TO TBI Mom OP TBS RIVER.
The river Is still covered with a solid sheet of Ice,
and shows no more signs ot breaking up than It
did a week ago, though it has been partially
"rotted" by the thaw. Mr. John W. Thompson,
president of the Inland and Seaboard Coasting Co.,
said to-day that the steamer Jane Moseley would
resume her regular trips to Norfolk and Fortress
Monroe Sunday afternoon. The boat has been
Ironed for the occasion, and there will not be the
slightest danger in making the trip. The steamer
will leave her wharf at 3 o'clock to-morrow, with
freight and passengers, and will arrive here again
Tuesday morning. The steam tug Templar, with
a strong Ice-plow, will go ahead to break the ice,
and behind her will follow the tug Keyes, with a
tow ot oyster boats. This will open the channel
from the llth-street wharf to the mouth ot the
Potomac, and the river men think will avoid a
possible fresher. The other river steamers will
make their regular trips Monday, luvas stated
at the rlver-lront to-day that the thlcBkess of the
ice varied from 4 or 5 Inches In the channel to 0 or
lOincaeson the flats. Tne river is frozen over
some distance below Blacklston's Island, in Hunt
ing Creek, near Alexandria, ice tf inches thick was
cut yesterday.
NO tykKGKK or A FLOOD.
??All Is quiet on the Upper Potomac," said the
predictions officer of the signal office to a Star re
porter this morning. "There seems to be no dan
ger ot a flood yet, and I don't expect that there
will be uny. At auy rate, we shall get word at
once wnen there are any bad signs. The present
ralr. will not last longer than to morrow morning,
when It will be followed by clear, fair weather."
Tbe niMlng Rnxil Baden*
SK WED IN WASHINGTON TERRITORY.
In September last Mr. Geo. DulT filed a bill in
equity against Basil Baden, Amelia A. Baden and
S. Beall, to restrain the sale of certain property
under deed of trust. The complainant asked to
pay the amount of money due on certain notes se
cured by the deed of trust Into the registry of the
court, it appeared that the notes were given to
Basil ltaden, once a well-known carpenter and
dealer In real estate here, and that In 1878 lie left,
his family?a wife and several children?In south
Washington, telling uls friends that he was going
West, and It was believed that he U>ok the notes
with him. After he had been absent Seveu years,
and nothing had been heard from him, Mrs. Baden,
on the theory that he was dead, Illed a petition lu
the Probate court, obtained letters ot administra
tion, and proceeded to settle the estate. She called
on the trustee to enforce the deed of tru^t. Then
Mr. Duff filed the bill as stated above. In Decem
ber, when the case was aoout to be called, the
notes suddenly turned up In the bands of Mr. J. K.
lteJlngton, to whom they had been sent by
a legal tlrm at Whatcom, Washington Ter
ritory. This was the first clue that any
auy one here had had ot Bauen's whereabouts.
Mr. Kedlngton at once wrote, making inquiries as
to how me notes had come Into the hands of
his correspondents. This morning he received a
letter from them dated Whatcom, Washington
Territory, January 10, stating that Mr. Canavou
holds the notes as tbe devisee or Basil Baden,
known there as Basil Burns, who died at Provi
dence Hospital. Seattle, W. T., in July last. The
letter slates that under the name of Burns he had
served as postmaster at Sainlsh, Skaget County, In
that Territory, and that no one knew his true
name except canavou up to the time of ills ex
ecuting the will; that he left real estate valued at
$3,000, wnich under tue law and the provision of
the will goes to canavon, who Is in possession. A
copy of the will Is sent. In which he gives the
name of Basil Baden, known as Basil Burns, and
his age at 03, and, alter bequeathing his gold
watch to S. A. Perley. leaves tue remainder ot his
estate, real, personal and mixed, to his friend M.
Canavou.
A Little Boy Terribly Beaten*
SAVAGELY ASSACLTKD BY A COLORKD YOUTH?THE
BEATEN BOY'S INJURIES OF A SEHIdts CHARACTER.
Yesterday afternoon a number of small white
boys and girls, passing along oth street south
west, on their way home from school, were amus
ing themselves by throwing snow-balls at each
other, when a colored school girl on the opposite
side of the street said to some colored boys: "Loo',
at them poor white herrings snow-balling you."
The colored boys crossed the street and attacked
Samuel SKlnner, an eight-}t;ir-old white boy.
one of the colored boys, named George Jones,
eleven years old, bcut Sklniier over the head until
he was rendered unconscious, and to llnlsh up
his work he drew a knife, which he wus about to
use when some ladles Interfered, officer Geoghun.
after a long chase, succeeded In capturing Jones,
and locked htm up. The Utile boy wiio was so
badly injured was removed to his home, No. 414
Uih street southwest, whero he was attended by
Dr. llitzen, who pronounced Ills wounds of a
serious nature. This morning he was still uncon
scious and la a critical condition. In the Police
court the case against Jones was cont.luued in
definitely, and a warrant was Issued for one otthe
other participants In the affair.
Funeral op Col. E. c. Ford.?The funeral of col.
Eliery C. Ford, who died Tuesday .at his residence,
.Vi-'l Maple avenue, Le Droit P.irk, took place yes
terday afternoon, and was largely attended. The
Grand Army of the Kepublic, various Masonic
bodies, the (iarilekl Guard of Honor, und other or
ganizations were represented. The services were
conducted by Rev. Dr. John I?. Newman, of the
Metropolitan M. E. church. The Knights Templar
service was performed at the house, and blue
lodge Masonic service and the O. A. It. service at
Hock creek cemetery, where the remains were
placed In the vault. The pall-bearers were T. H.
senior and Boono Chambers, of Lafayette Lodge of
Masons; W. G. Powers and F. L. Campbell, of La
fayette Chapter, H. A. Masons; A. P. Bogue and
W. E. Colloday, of Columbia Commandery, K. T.;
F. G. Alexander and chas. Newell, of Almas Tem
ple of the Mystic Shrine; Gen. S. S. Burdette and
Wm. Gibson, of Kit Carson Post, G. A. K.; Fred
Mack and I. B. Cutter, of Garfield Guard of Honor,
and T. G. llensey. 11. N. Copp, and C. 11. Carnng
ton, selected by the family.
The City Markets.?The official prleecurrent of
the Washington Produce Exchange says: The Hour
market Is quiet and dull. Wheat Is lower. Corn
and oats steady. Prime and choice timothy hay
In good demand at good pricesi Nearly all the
tresh made butter coming to hand shows more or
less defects. Strictly faultless goods meet, roady
sale at the prices that have prevailed for two or
three weeks past. Dally receipts of eggs liberal,
while demand is constant. No demand for any not
strictly fresh. Receipts of poultry have been
liberal, but an active demand has enabled re
ceivers to place all arrivals readily within the
range of quotations. Wild ducks scarce and
wanted, quail in gnod supply. Pheasants and
grouse steady. Potatoes, beans, anil onions active.
Receipts of pork light, and demand brisk at full
quotations.
- The Court*.
Probate Court?Judge Oor.
Yesterday, estate or Thos. I. Kicks; admlnls.
trator bonded and qualified. In re Emma A. li.iler
and Edward E. Ulder, minors; Mary J. Hider
bonded as guardian. Estate of Jno. K. Condon;
order referring uccount to auditor. Estate of Zach.
Waters; Tbo-w Hopkins appointed administrator;
bond $180. Estate of Chas. Uau; Thos. Wilson or
dered to erect tombstone atcostof $100. Estate of
Win. C. costln; will admitted to probate and let
ters testamentary to Lucy E. Costln; bond $.">00.
Estate of Susan .1. Youug; order of sale granted.
Kstate of Obadlah Klmmell; will returned with
commission executed. Estate of Maria L. Walker;
will admitted to probate and letters testamentary
to Benjamin F. I."lghton and Frank I. suminy;
bond$2,000. Estate of Wm. Purcell; Jno. J. pur
cell appointed administrator; bond $2,000. Estate
of Stephen 11. Mlrick; Emily M. Farlnss appointed
administrator d. b. n. c. t, a.; bond $.j0. Estate of
Maria S. and sarah M. Thompson, Harriet
Sheckell and Ellen Owen; llnal notice ap
pointing March 2. 1888, (or settlement. Ks
tate of Wm. O'Neal; will admitted to pro
bate and letters testamentary to Annie J.
'O'Neal; bond $100. Will of Samuel V. Niles le
turned and commission duly executed. Kstate of
Harriet S. Herbert; bond of Wm. cook for appear
ance of Ananias Herbert February ia In re Sallle
1). Todd and Georgian T<>dd; Georgia D. Todd ap
pointed guardian; boud$8,000. In re Annie and
Oswald O'Hagan; Mary O'Hagan appointed guar
dian; bond {o,000. Estate ot Maria Berry; allow
ance for services of attorney. Estate of Agnes M.
smith; will admitted to probate and letters testa
mentary to Blair Lee; bond $14,000. Accounts
were passed as follows: Kstates of Spencer F.
Balrd, Prosper F. Shecklng, David Smith, and Gus
tavus Kicker; also, Frank T. Browning, Wm. G.
Kisser, Ella chase, John G. Butler, and August
Petersen, guardians.
Equity court?Judge Cot.
Yesterday, Mam agt. Hoadley; restraining order
returnable February 4 granted. Barker agt. Klr
near; Linden Kent appointed trustee to cwivey.
Peterson agt. Peterson; examiner ordered to take
testimony.
Police Cotnrr?Judqe SnriL.
Yesterday. Jacob Ash ton, colored, carrying a
pistol; $20 or 30 days. Geo. W. Columbus, inde
cent exposure; $5 or 15 days. Annie Foley, disor
derly conduct; do. Lewis Major, profanity; tr> or
7 days. Mary Brown and Alice osburne, disor
derly conduct; collaterals forfeited. Julius Wal
ker, do.; do. Alexander Lancaster, profanity; $5
or 7 days. Wm. ltlblnlukl, profanity; $:> or 7 days.
Robert Stubba, disorderly conduct; collateral for
feited.
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for mors than a quarter ? a oentarr; It to need by the
lulted States Ouvermmeat. Endorsed by the heads of
the Ureal Ualvsrwtirs as lbs UUeu#est, Pursst and
moat Healthful. Dr. Prim's Crsam Baking Powder
doee nut contain AsiBHXita, lime, or Ajwu. bold only
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BASE BALL MATTE It S.
Ymbc Talks AkMt VHpllMi
ClMbs, Him.
"The thermometers have been crowding rather
too close to zero to permit much base ball enthu
siasm," remarked President Young, ot the NatHJttal
League, to a Star reporter yesterday, "and In oon
sequence there Is very little news in the base ball
line. The most important thing I have to do now is
the reading ot the large number of letters that I
receive every day from men who want to be league
umpires. There are four places to be filled, and I
have now ovwr 200 applicants, and It Is Keeping
me pretty busy keeping up with the procession.
It Is strange how some men strive after honor* in
this line, men who don't need the financial help It
affords them, but who are so enthusiastic on the sub
ject that they are willing to give up good positions
merely to become a league umpire. The salary
this year will be $1,000 and expenses. Two men
have been engaged already, tiiey are Chaa. F.
Daniels and Tnos. Lynch. The latter was with
the Eastern league last year. He Is said to be a
very good man. * _
"The schedule Is of course the next thing ox lm?
Gnance, and that will be decided upon at a mset
i to be held during the nrst ot March. 1 aon t
think that there will be as much attention paw w
exhibition games this year as last. The clubs
prefer to get down to regular work as soon as they
can. The Washlngtnn team for the coining >ea
son contains a great deal of new material, but I
am sure that it Is no weaker than last year, and
the chances are that It will Improve. The latest
contracts that have been approved are those of
Ke;ly and Johnston with Boston, Plefler with Chi
cago, and Dalrymple with Pittsburg. Sadie
Houck, an old Washington boy, has signed with
the southern league, and Michael Lynch has been
released by .Minneapolis. That's about all I know
about base ball to-day. Things will pick up in a
couple of weeks, and then we'll nave lots of news."
Tub Fourth-striet M. E. church.?The ex
petted t runnier ot Kev. M. F. B. Klee to a new
ileld of labor Is a subject of much regret to the
congregation of the Fourth-street M. E. church.
They leel that his pastorate has been one or signal
success. There have been one hundred accessions
to the church, among them several heads of fami
lies. The finances have been better than they
have been lor years. There has been built during
his term a rtne parsonage, with all the modern
Improvements, valued at $7,000, which Is almost
paid Ion
The Hecord
Of cures accomplished bv Hoods Sarsaparilla
can never be completely written. Thousands
with hearts overflowing with gratitude have
written to us telling of the wonderful things
Hood's Sarsaparilla haa accompliaheJ for them.
The peculiar curative powers of Hood's Sarsa
parUla are successful when everything else
haa failed. If your blood is impure, your di
gestion is out of order, your kidneys and liver
Inactive, your body tired and full of aches aud
pains, try this peculiar medicine. It will do
you good.
HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA,
Sold by all druggist*- #1: *'x for $5. Pre
pared only .by C. L HOOD & CO., Apotheca
ries, Lowell, Mara.
Ja24 100 DOSES OWE DOLLAR.
CITY ITEMS.
The Anction at 7th Street Palais Koyal will
be conUnued all next week. Goods are selling for
almost nothing. 1
Special Bargains in Sewing Jlachlnci.
Remington, I?; Howe, $7; Singer, $10; W. & W?
No. H, $12. all with drawers and drop leaf and all at
tachments, aud warranted, at oppenhelmer's new
building, 514 ?th street northwest. 1
Hats for Spring ?( 1888.
Broadway Style silk llats, $4, $5, $6.
New stiff and Flexible Derbys, $1.50 to $4.
soft Felt "Tourist's," Crushers, Eo-ko's. ?c., Ac.
Also a splendid stock New Neck-wear, 4c.
K. C. Lis wis ? sov. 1421 N. Y. ave., Leuman Bdg.
Branch at 020 7th st. n.w. Fixed prices. 2
Hntlonholrs to Order
at Oppenhelmer's, 514 Och street northwest. 1
The Revere House, Boston. Elegant, com
fortable, liome-llke; the bes' cuisine in America.
European pian. Rooms from $1 a day up. 1
>eH" and Original
designs In Stamping; at oppenhelmer's, 514 Oth
street northwest. 1
Don't buy worthless trunks when you can
get Topham's own make at low prices. 1231 Pa.
ave. n.w. 3
Wilbor's Cod Liver Oil,
Phosphate ot Lime, soda, and Iron, cures coughs,
Colds, Asthma, Broucliitis, Debility, Wasting Dis
ease, and Scrofulous Humors.
To the Consumptive.?Let those who lan
guish under tho taial severity ot our climate
through any pulmonary complaint, or even those
who are in decided consumption, by no means
despair. There is a sate and sure remedy at hand,
and one easily tried. "Wilbor's Compound of cod
Liver Oil and Phosphates." without possessing the
very nauseating flavor of the all as heretofore used,
Is endowed by the Phosphate of Lluie with a heal
I lng property which reuders the on doubly eTHca
I clous. Remarkable testimonials of Its efficacy can
be shown. Sold by A. B. W ilbok, Chemist, Boston,
| and all druggists eo3t
For Throat Disease and Coughs use
Bkown's Bkoncmiai. Troches. Like all really good
things, they are Imitated. The genuine are sold
only In boxes. tu,th,s,k,3
Hujr any other make of trunks and harness
when you cannot get Topham's at 1231 Pa. ave.
n.w. 3
Phillips' Digestible Cocoa, delicious,
easily digested and highly nourishing. ( 3
Dog Collars F.nifraved; Razors sharpened
free. Walford, 487 Penna. ave. s,m,w?s
%'t Per <;allon, 75c. Quart Bottle, No. 1
Rje Whiskey, best in the world for the money,
orders by mall. McGek'h, oth near D st. wAs
"Koyal Glue" mends China, GlassWood,Ac,
Fresh Alderney Butter churned every morning
and delivered In K lb. "Ward" print* 45c. per lb.
Also, Cottage Cheese and Buttermilk; sweet Milk
5c. per quart.
I Five Thousand Dollars
worth of valuable presents for our cash customers this
I year.
FRENCH SATTEENS. fienst quality, 25c.
HAMBURG EDGING, 5. 0. 8, 10, aud 12#c.
ASTRAKAN CLOTH, worth $1; only 05c.
COLORED SILK VELVETS, worth ?!; only 50c.
Handsome Striped Black SILK VELVETS, worth
$1; only 45c.
DOUBLE WHITE BLANKETS, slightly soiled,# 1.87,
82.12. #2.37.
BROADCLOTH FOR LADIES' SUIT8, one yard and
a-half wide; worth #1; only 87c.
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, at actual cost price,
to reduce ntock.
HANDSOME CLOTH PLAIDS, one and a-half yard*
I wide, pure Wool, worth $1; only 50c. ,
Klegaut Dreas Gooda?FRENCH SERGE, pure wool,
! wide double width, wonderful bargains at 50c.; only
! 37 He.
i TBICO CLOTH DRESS GOODS, pure wool, wide
double width, great bargains; 37H<-.
PLAID MUSLIN, good quality, 5c.
CARTERS,
711 MARKET SPACE, NEAR SEVENTH ST.
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FOR THE CHOICE OF ABOUT 5,000 PAIRS LA.
DIES' FINE BUTTON BOOTS, FINE CURACAO OR
DONGOLA KID; WIDTHS A TO E; SHAPES, OPERA
; OR COMMON SENSE THESE GOODS ARE THE
I PRODUCTS OF SUCH POPULAR MAKERS AS
| COUSINS. COX AND OTHERS. AND HAVE BEEN
| MARKED DOWN FROM #2.50, #3, AND $3.50 TO
| #1.98 IN ORDER TO CL08E THEM OUT. WI
SHALL LOSE MONEY ON EVERY PAIR, BUT DO
SO TO MAKE ROOM FOR SEVERAL NEW LINES
WHICH ARE TO SUBSTITUTE THESE.
IT IS NECESSARY FOR US TO REMIND YOU
THAT THESE GOODS CAN NEVER AGAIN BE
DUPLICATED AT ANYTHING LIKE THESE
i PRICE#, AND AS THIS IS ONLY ONE INSTANCE
I OF THE REDUCTIONS WHICH ARE NOW PRE
VAILING THROUGHOUT OUR HOUSES, WE HOPE
THAT YOU WILL FIND IT TO YOUR INTEREST
TO JOIN THE PROCESSION TO
WM. HAHN k CO.'S
RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES,
V
816 Seventh street;
1822 run. ave. aw.!
t3 831 Penpa. ave. ia
np HE CELLULOID TRUSS. ,
J. That never breaks, never wests out, always olean.
ana call be worn while bsUiiuff.
la fur sale at ???
uii ift yim EE's.
623 7th attest north west
T MrSjTMHEJt devotes her attention to the want^of
AMUSEMENTS.
^LBAUGH'S OR AND OPERA HOUSE
FAREWELL PERFORMANCE
TO-NIGHT AT 8.
America's Brilliant Young Tragedian.
ROBERT DOWNING.
Under the management of
Mb. Joe. H. Macs.
Ia the O rand eat Production Ever Given of
Forrest and McCullough's Greatest Bur cesses,
SPABTACUS. THE GLADIATOR.
MONDAY FEBRUABT 6.
THE ROMANTIC EMOTIONAL DRAMA.
ROBERT B MANTELL.
In D'Ennery's Romantic Drama,
M ON BARS. <4
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LKS' SIXTH ANNUAL BENEFIT.
ALBACGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE
AFTERNOON, FEB. 9TH, 1888,
IN AID OF THE CHARITY FUND.
Tho greatest ihow ever given under one root. A
regular Theatrical Carnival.
LOOK AT THE ARRAY OF TALENT.
RICE'S EVANGELINE COMPANY.
EVAN a k EOEY COMPANY.
in
"PABLOB MATCH."
BOBEBT B. MANTELL and COMPANY
in
"MONBABS."
MB. and MRS. JOHN W. ALBAUGH
In
"DAY AFTEB THE WEDDING." '
EDMUND COLLIER
in
"JACK CADE"
And the following world-renowned apecialty artleta:
Martell Bros,, Kelly k Murphy, Mignanl Family,
Murphy fe Walla, Sam Devere, William McM ahon
John A. Coleman, Frank Cline, Flora Moore, Kittle
O'Nell, Polly McDonald and Lula Freith.
Reserved aeata for sale at Droop's Music Store, 925
Pa. are. f4-4t
^LBAUGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
MONDAY AFTERNOON. FEB. 0, AT 2.30,
HOFMANN CONCERT,
Under the personal directioh of
MR. HENRY E. ABBEY,
Of Abbey, Scliceffel A Grail.
JOSEF HOFMANN.
Accompanied by Mme. HELENE HASTREITER, Con
tralto; Si*. De Auna, Baritone; Miss Nettie
Carpenter, Violinist: Sig. ltumualdo and
Sapio, Accompanist,
Note: On this occasion
JOSEF HOFMANN
will conduct Adolph Nouendorff's Grand Orchestra,
who will perform the
POLONAISE AMF.RICAINE.
Composed and scored by JOSEF HOFMANN.
Scale of Prices?02.30, 92, 91, and 50c. General ad
mission, 81.
Seata now on sale at the Bos office of the Grand Opera
House.
Weber Grand Piano used. Ja30-6t
N
EW NATIONAL THEATER.
Last appearance of
MRS. POTTER,
Supported by MR. KYRLE BELLEW, by courtesy
of Mr. 11 E. Abbey,Wallack'a Theater, and MR.HENRY
LEE.
TO-NIGHT AT 8 LOYAL LOVE.
SUNDAY EVENING. FEB. 5.
MR. CHARLES DICKENS
W1U read "Doctor Marigold" and "Bo* Sawyer'a
Party."
Reaerved scats, 25 and 50 cents.
Next Week?NATIONAL OPERA. f*
BAND' OPERA SEASON-NEXT WEEK.
G*
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NEW NATIONAL THEATER.
ONE WEEK, BEGINNING MONDAY NEXT
FEB. 0.
NATIONAL OPERA.
Charles E. Locke General Manager.
8ALE OF SEATS NOW OPEN AT THE BOX
OFFICE OF THE NEW NATIONAL THEATER
REPERTOIRE:
Monday, Elaborate production of Wagner's Grand
Opera
TANNHAUSER.
Tuesday, FAUST; Wednesday, TOE QUEEN OF
8HEBA; Thursday. NEltO, with the burning of
ROME; Friday, THE HUGUENOTS: Saturday m*t
inee, LOHENGRIN; Saturday night, THE 1 LYING
DUTCHMAN. It
EW NATIONAL THEATER
SUNDAY EVENING. FEB. 5.
BEADINGS FROM DICKENS,
By His Son,
CHARLES DICKENS.
(His farewell appearanoe in Waabington.)
On which oceasion he will read the famous Christ
mas story, "DOCTOR MARIGOLD," concluding with
aalectionafrom Pickwick's "BOB SAWYER'S PARTY."
Reserved seata, 25 and 50 cents, now on sale. f3-2t
'KONT ROW
* BALCONY SEATS. NATIONAL OPERA,
Tickets ?2 each. For sale at
n-fif RYAN'S INN, 415 12th at. n.W.
ERNAN'S WASHINGTON THEATER.
Admission 16,25 aud 50c. Matinee 10 and 2ac
THE FAMOUS RENTZ-SANTLEY CO.
TO-NIGHT! WRESTLING MATCH! TO-NIGHT!
MATSADA SORAKICHI, THE JAP.
1 Against 2.
L. W. WALKER, and JAMES LEONARD.
The Jap to throw both in twenty minutes or forfeit
*N?t week ? MIGNANI-SIEGRIST SPECIALITY
CO. ? t*
Reading strike.
THIRD GRAND DALL
OF CARPENTERS AND JOINERS' UNION No. 1,
Will be held at Grand Army Hall, Pa. eve., bet. 14th
and 15th sts. n.w.,THl'RsDAY EVLNING.Feb ?. Pro
ceeds to be devoted to assisting the miners and railroad
employes of ttie Reading Railroad Co. Tickets o0c?
admitting gentleman and ladies. f4-5t
ALL AND SUPPER.
For the benefit of the
GERMAN ORPHAN ASYLUM,
AT EDEL'S (Abner's) HALL.
ON MONDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 0, 1888.
Tickbts: For a Gent. <1; Lady, 50c.
Including Supper.
F
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Grand old folks concert,
at ASBURY MjToHI'RCH.cor. 11th and K sta.nw?
MONDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY O.
Admission 15c. It*
VSTABHlNGTON DIVISION FAIR. TO BE HELD
Xl February 15 to 25. at National hides' Armory. A
Brewster Buggy, best make, to be voted to the most
prominent livery stable proprietor. Any person wiah
10* to enter contest can iret information aud booka
jrum J. B. CONNER. 1115 5th su u.e..orCapU H. COG
GINS, Star office. Buggy now on exhibition at Jno. M.
Young's. u"_
rjhHK ITALIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY WILL
1. give their EIGHTH BALL at EDEL'S MUSIC
HALL (former Abner's), 8TH FEBRUARY, 1888, for
the beneflt of the society. f4-4t?j
DE8&ABLE SEATS
FOK .
MRS. JAMES BROWN POTTEB.
Also, for
SINGLE NIGHTS
Of
AMERICAN OPERA.
JsJCMH?*' THE ARLINGTON HOTEL. |
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
10th and G Streets.
THE STODDARD LECTURE8.
HINTH SEASON. NEW COURSE
A NEW DEPARTURE
DOUBLE CHANCE FOR GOOD SEATS!
TWO COURSES EXACTLY ALIKE.
COUKSE A-FEB. (1,8, 14t 18L 22.
COUBSE B-FEB 7. 10. la. H 24
I. TRAVELS IN SUNNY SPAIN.
1 ML DTHE8sp'?ENDbR8 OF THE PYBENEE&
IV. LOBD BYRON.
V. CONSTANTINOPLE.
DELIGHTFUL LECTURES!
Welcomed Everywhere by Packed Houses.
SUPERB ILLUSTRATIONS!
Coarse Tickets, Reserved Seats. 92 and 93.
Now ou sale for Both Coureee.
Admission. 50c. Single Reaerved Seats, 75c.
ON BALE SATURDAY. FEB 4.
Ticket Office, J. F. Ellis k Co., 937 Pa ave.
BURDITT k NORTH.
_f2-3t Managers.
J^OISETTIAN COURSE OF LECTURES.
ON MEMORY,
OB
LOI8ET7IAN ART OF NEVER FORGETTING.
Nothing In common with Mnemonics.
One Thousand Subscribers to tho course in Balti
more.
A NEUCLEU8 OF 100 SUBSCRIBERS WOULD
INDUCE PROFESSOR LOISETTE TO COME TO
WASHINGTON.
More than three-fourths that number hare already
subscribed. Subscription-list must close by February
15. the twinning of Lent. ^
Tliii memory training i* but * scientific development
u>t the Natural Memory to such a degree that at length
Rhe system itself is no longer required. Mind-wauder
eured. A aelf-coachiug method for all student*
Memories restored, bad onee made good, and good
Settee Applicable to aU kinds of memories .
Course in Washington assured, and will begin about
? and subscriptions now received and Informa
tion glveuby LtJCIEN E. C COLLXERE,
1538 I at a.w,
gA.'ssaisgg "nsi-g
m RENT ?THE WASHINGTON LIGHT IN
PANTRY ARMORY,
?r terms apply in person or by latter to J. H.
i
AMUSEMENTS.
FAIB AND B AEAAB
QBAND
NELSON DIVISION. Ya 2. C. IL Of P..
AT E-STREET RINK.
TO-N1GHT. AT 8 O'CLOCK.
And EVERT NIGHT Thereafter till February 11.
Danclnw from 10 ttll 11 Wl
Candidate*' note l it abowia* daily cloain* of rutin*
Season Tickets. 50c. Single Ticket. lOc.
Dooraopen at 7 30. Ja23-?w
rpHfc REDPATH LYCEUM BUREAU
A**on?C* THK
FIRST APPEARANCE IN WASHINOTON
or
MB. LFXAND T. POWERS,
Or BOSTON. ?U1,
THE TtUKTID
READER, IMPERSONATOR AND DELINEATOR.
AT TBS
CONGREGATIONAL CHrBCH.
MONDAY EVENING, FER 201H.
The protrraui will Include selections from Dr. 'Jekyl
and Mr. Hyd?, I>avld t'opperfteld and lVu Hur.
heserved Seat Tickits 50 and 75c, will bo on tale at
John F. Ellis k Co.'s, 937 Pa. are, Monday. Feb 13th,
at 8 o'clock B.DL f24.7.9.1 Ito.'O
Lecture by
HENRY GEORGE,
At MASONIC TEMPI.E, corner 9tb and Fata.. SAT
URDAY EVENING, February 4. 1888, at 8 o'clock.
Subject:
"PKOTECTION AND THE LABOR Ql"E<TION"
Adiulsalun .">Oc Ueaerved seats. without extra
charve. at MettemU'a Mi talc Store, WO: I Pa. aire. ja31_-5t
J|ARR1S BIJOU THEATER
WEEK OF JANUARY 30.
2 TWO PEKFOBMANCES DAILY. S
JAMF.s M. HARDIE and HAHa VuN LEER
In the Thrillluir and Picturesque Melo-Drama.
ON THE FRONTIER
Comedy, I'athoe, Soun, and Dances.
00 PEOPLE ON THE STAGtL 50
Unique Costumes. Beautiful Sceuery
A Great Battle Scene.
Next week?F.DMUND COLLI BR. Ja30
CALIFORNIA
Special Partiea. Semi-monthly. Free Sleeping
Cam. Cheap Rate*. Southern Route
Add ess K. HAW LEY. Ueneral Eastern Am-nt, .(.Hi
Broadway, New York.; II. W. CARR. 402 rhestmit at..
Philadelphia, or any Railroad Ticket A*ent. Ja2Sal0t
JJANORAMA OF BATTLE OF BULL RUN.
15th at., two block* south of Pennsylvania am.
Open from 9 a. lu. to 10 p. m Jy 15
= FOR RENT?HOUSES. ~
IX)K RENT?TWO NF,W FIRST-CLASS RF.SI
deucee now in courae of nniahlny on 15th at. n.w..
between H. I. are. and 1* at.. alsoHnuae 1309; 11 st.
u.w. Apply to J. J. 8HKDD. 1402 14th -i n.w It
1" X)K RENT-BRICK HOl'SE, 1K23 K ST. N.W.;
aeven roou:? and laive cellar: trss and water, with
modern convenience, Inquire at 1000 18th mid K sta.
u.w. f4-3f
POK RENT?
- - .oo
.00
,:to
-.50
. Boundary at n.e 8.00
CHAb. U. CAY WOOD,
f4-3t* Baaement, 910 F ?t n.w.
FOB BENT- ! ~ 7
80(1-814 4* a.w.,6r . 009 Cth s w? 8r. m l.
m l $22.50 330-24-20 N s.w?
819 Fat -- ?
? ? ?- ? n ? ........ . a v itvo ? vu ??. n -. ui? n . . I
1020)? 7 a.w Or.w.&tr 15 00 33'l H s.w.,5r,w. . I0.."!?>
4.)0 9th a.w.,6r. A str.. .25 478 M a.w., Hr.,w IK
616 4Hs.w?6r.Astr .20 30 ll6Ca. w? or , w 14.00
1317 4 ?* e.w.,10r.,w.20.50| C. H. PARKEK.
f4-3t* Cor. 4H and E sts. a.w.
FOIl RENT-UN FURNISHED~
177tt Mass. ave. $250 1340 Q at *(50
13*4 10th st.,with stb. 140 530 21st st OO
N.e. cor 19th aud M ..100 1309-11 audi 313 S at ..50
1627 I at 100 1602 L at 45
1< 14 Rhode Islsud av.lOu 1908 18th at 45
1837 M at 7.'> Stable 111 square between
17.1(1 Pat ...? 65 K aud Land 10th and
2112 and 2114 Mat 65 17th sts 25
1207 19th at 65 Office rooms .5, 10, and 15
OTHER UNFURNISHED HOUSES.
We have also some of the MOST DESIRABLE and
HANDSOMELY FI KMSHED HOUSES for reuu For
particulars anu bulletins apply to
HILL kJOHNSTON.
f4-6t 738 15th at. n.w.
FOR RENT?A NICE SIX-ROOM BAY-WINDOW
brick house, all modert Improvement*. 2:1 7th at.
n.e., a lew doora from Kait Capitol at., $21 50 per
month. Inquire 320 B at. before 0.30 a.m. aud after
1 4 p.m. I4-3t*
FOR BENT-219 3D ST. N.E, HKICK. SEVEN
rooms, all mod. ini|w., |C5; 324 Stli st n.e., 7
rooms, laive cellar, in excellent order, water, tros. fcc ,
<21: 202 11th st. n.e? 7 rooms, Waterand na.|l?.
corner Maryland aw and 3d st. n.e.. flue dwelling aud
store, 10 rooms, 445. thia is known as a nni buainehs
place.
Ie4-3t* E. M. LOWE. .108 East Capitol at
1?OR RENT? ~ Rear 441 I at. u.w..4r ?11
923 Hth nw.,10r$.V).40 7th-at. Roa 1, stable
041 Mass. av.u.e .Sr.30.40 and .'Irs 10
1430 1st. n w ,Or. . 20.30 110 M St. s. w? ,'.r,... 10.30
15163dat.u.w..7r 20 10Gordonav 4r 90
1900 loth st. n.w.. 7r ..18 13 Klurden's alb y. 4r :i.:i
1304 3d St. a.c? Sr 15 4"2 11th s.w.. store '.2..0
f4-3t* A. S. CAY WOOD, 935 Oth St. u.w
}R RENT-Contt.
219 lothst. u.e., Sr.22.o0i 4r?.................. - - ifJrJR
"S15Nst,,?r 21.50 Resr H05-7 2i th._or. 10.30
610 23d St., Or 20.50 lt>arS112 H at., ,?r..10...0
1217 30tli st_ 6r... 20.45 2429 I St.. -n . 10
819''1st Or f0.40 K?ar2115 Kit- ar......lo
808 V H. ave. 5r .. .20.30 2109-11 S.Y. ave., 5r.
] 915-15S 26th. Or.. .18.40 2416 Va. ?ts., *r 10
2050 Clsvcl'd av. 6r.18.30 Bennie s M*d. 5r ...... 1
2147 Pa.ar,. 6r I?.30 Bear 1162'i(Rh ?..4r 10
440 1st. 6r ....18j2117 I ??.. 4r io
2427 Nsu.flrs.. . ..I?.o0
%
905-WoV ^Vth^rs.-.iiisO
For a fuU llil ?PP*J W> ^ EgCOTT & WILCUX.
tor miuuum 1907 PenmylvMUAiT?. D.W.
*tX)E"BENT-8EE BULLETIN OKCHAb L BANES
r m D-" * "
in to-dny*ii Star. Houh?# placed w inr chsnre lib
advertised lree of coat to owner. f4-6t
FV THREE STO" Y BHICK DWELLING;
*o?w UMh a tree 11*. w.: ? rootua and bath all tn<vi
mpa. Rent #60. A. a PkAlX A SoiiST srin bSu-"
*"*? f4-7t_
PJB RENT - 214 F BT N. W., BKICK HOUSE
?th; *20 per month!
a., m MUlUiAl, ol3 2d at. u.w. f4-3f
FOR RENT-2018 G 8TT."LAR0E THREE-STORY
bnck: flue location; 10 rooma; all mo lern con
| ^nterS:mfS^y.t'tDrUg Store 21st fJD^t G
boB REXT?
, i >rr
? " Vw "0 4^
517 4th st. -M
1.40
1.40
.5.30
450M.Vn.?^r- V- -
\ ruut 1
a a warner m oo. 91a r ?taw.
DR RENT
607 2d st n.e.. Or ?20 203 to 209. rear 212 F
009 2d st. n.e.,6r 20 st. n.e.. 6r 11
201 E st n.e., store aud , 1028. r. 1914 Lat..4r.... 10
cellar 15 1907, r. 1914 L st..4r...l0
36 G at. u.w? 6r 15 232a, r. U2.S24th.4r...l0
111 E at. n. e., 6rs 13 2523 Q St. n.w., 4 r S
604 E st. s. e.. Ore 10 122. r. 122 G St. n.e? 3r. .8
WASH. DANENHOWCR.
f4-3t BuocesaortoDanenhowert Son. 1115Fat.
.SoR^ENT- _
' 1229 New York av?. n.w., lOr. and bath. m.i. t75
N E Cor. 10th and Q. Sr. and store, lury) auble 05
1901 1 Hth at. cor. of T. 12r. and bath OO
1533 10th st n.w? Sr. and bath 30
1120 10th st ilw.. Or. and bath 30
802 New Hampshire ave., 6r. and bath 25
924 Snow's alley, or.... 10 :K)
21 :V> Steven's alley, 5r 12
Apply to
JNO A. PRESCOTT,
1416 F st. n.w.,
f4-7t Keliowr Bulidin*.
F
Fob rent- i
732 21st n.w.,12r..t65 1407 H at n.e.,Or...?l:i50
1504 to 1506 Pat, llr .Ui 1m-_'2 20th n.w, ?r. .13.30
1602 L at U.W., lOr 60 6H0 4th at n.e.. Or. 13.30
915 H st u.w? lOr. .62.50 1712 >?nrs st n.w. Or 13
222 K at B.W., 9r? m.1. .40 205 Masa. ave. n.a.7rl2.50
1204 0 at. n. w.. 9r. .., 40 JoE st a.w.. Or 11
1720 I4thstn.w,9r...40 504 G st ae.. Or. 11
410 Spruce st. Or.. -27.501928 9th st or . 10.30
1017 10thstn.w,7r.2i.30'&4iFltatoa Ct, 4r...10.30
341 D st s.w.. 7r., m.1..22 13V H st n.e., 5r 10
301 13th at a.w.Jrj{0.42 irtOo Klnf's Ct., 4r 10
2022 Vt ave.u.w,6r.l8.3C 11 McCulloirh st, 4r 10
1415Hstn.a.,Or.....17.50 204 N suae, or 9 30
1 School at, 6r 17 21 Dlugiiian Plara 4r 9
718 aud 720 9th s e . 15.30 12 14tli st a.e.. 4r 8
6295th st. s-e.. Or...15.30 2041 Stbstext, 4r 7
60. to 617 10th n.e.,6r.l5 2 Hall st.a.w., 4r. ?
606 K at n.e, 6r. 15 6 Batoa alley, 3d flu0r 2 .'>0
Several new houses on Fen ton Place, 5 ra, 912.50,
convenient to employes of Government Printin* Office,
also several new houses 12th and H sta. n.e., with all
the modern Improve*!euta, rent for ?18 to $30 per
month. The above to only a partial ltot of honaea for
reut Call and ^et bulletin.
f4-6t CHA& tL BANES. 1003 F at n.w.
Fob bent?pressed brick 7-room bay
window House; rauire, lstn.bes, lanrs yard, latest
plttmbliur; In excellent i-onditiou. near cara. herdica,
and Department*. Bent ?27. 2217 Hat. f3-2t?
Fob rent-a newly furnished house of
9 rooma in Waat Washington: on line of cars; rent
moderate. Address W. P.. Star office. f3-2t*
F>B BENT-BRICK HOUSJW 380 AND 338 1ST
at n.e.: In aiueorder; treat and back yards: coal
vaolt In front; $22. T. GALUGAN, 230 lat at
B.e. f3-3t?
FOB KENT?
1706 19th at. 3-atory brick, 13 rooaa, a. I....S70
1437 L at, 3-atory brick. 10 rooma. m. 1 75
437 O st, i^atory bflckj 9 rootua. m. 1., 30
1?1WIM_ a^torr.wrlt.aU mod. tap. 125
1 Fwfttil?ltot*of furntohed'hoaaea. aUh^^' j^uire
^ ^418Af"^w.
BENT-LARGE B?I<?; PLEASANT L0CA
F
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
1J?OB RKXT-Fl RMSIIED
M st,i:ear 1 fcc-i.a* Oinle.1 5re. all ra L.per mo $V<10
19th at, ats ve Duiviit Cir It. lOr.. all m. i 11*1
_ IMTRMSHU'
Dupont Circle, 12r>. u,?. all mt. imp*. 8150
lMth st. abir?f lmjs.nl (litir, I Or, all lu.sl Imn. 75
1124 8st. n.w . cor 12th at . lo rtsini* ?>?>
705 8th at n.w . 10 rtsmia. all mod imp* ft"'
10 room* all uiod imps tal
J/5? 1-th at. u.w, 1'J mom .M)
N.e. cor. Uth ami (J ?ta it.v...'fflces *id floor 4 ?
031 1* at- u V. 10 rtMtuia. all mud. iu?i<a 4')
419 3d at. n.e.. Sr., all Bi?d. imp* S i
303 1* at. n.e.. 8r , all imsl iwp? . 1! ?
Green'a alley, n w? room -J
liLEK * RI'tberforh.
KM-ltt* no? t at n. w.
*>R REXT- 1320 9th at. n.w.. 10r_
? 121o ! ith n.w..K>r $4j aud larir" stable.. $.%'?
1632 Uth n.w. store 931 R. l a* . lOr, 4 )
and .'welliuir. .10 1734 X. Y. a*.. Or.. to a
14-, 5lli tL w. lOi :t?i desirable col'd family .?
Ja30-10t w c. Kt'VAI.L .925 fat n.w.
Fur BKNT-nai khode islam* ave x. w."
Mrt d?rIUn(. lOmmni.all ami. Imi* .. In ntca
comutlou. location very desirable, rent radiated tj
?40. W.O Dl'VALt.
iiuto iot ?25 r at. B.w.
F)fi RENT?A SEVEN SiKIM HSUk Holsl"
near the Captt.l. 317 Delaware ave n e .with iimk'
ira improvement*. Rent, I'.t Apply '.'14 llth at
aw. f3-3f
1?OR REXT-1720 14111 si N W.. XINE ROOMS.
newlv pap. ied.s 1 spriiuc well .1 lnkin* water la
yard $40 per month. Keya at BREXNAX'8 Dry
Good* Store. 163S 14th at. u w. f.'t-liu
1JH>R REM -0'-' Ii St. * \V . EOF It ROOM BRICK
house, with water a <1 i?ariiu? iu mnit #12 p?r
mouth. li.y'lire on premise* f3 3t*
I?OR KENT?HOCSES. 3:13 C ?t a e.Srs t'.llf'i
-?07 G st. u.w..lOr $55 ?149 H -t u Or .22.50
205 ?J at. u.w..9r? :?0 l-'-'Ij H *t n.e . tir -'J
'.I'M Maw. av. u.w ,0r .">0 VIM 10th at a.e.. Ur 11
SO" ISftta at u.w.. 7ra.. 40 36 l. ?i. n w.. <tr? 1 !
170H Pa av. u.w . tir JO",'4 1M>. at u.w., fir. l(i
1-1*7 1 lUi *t. It.W- 7r. .Jj ."?0 \lyrtl?' at n.e.. tir 15
1 ">o;i Marion at. u.w.. --'11 \ WIM K at. u w.,
jwrt. fur . Kr_ :$0 ilr 1T>
SM?1 N. J. ave. h . .. I lr... ? IOih; i> m ? , . 7r 15
l-.'L'xi at. a*,7r .".'i ,">tli at n ? . >tr ..I S
:il:l7 O at.n w.. 7r. so Myrtl* at ne . Kr 1 -
!>'^0 X 4. av. ?.e , 17r 7 <"?>:?? ran ct n.? , 4r 12
".'1!? ! 1th at. a w? Sr. . ?!S Ui 7V Snuw'a al'y u
10*>S 1? at. a.*-, \ r -.*? ? ,lr .. . 10
Cor. 17th aud ll'd'jr ata.. s o Is h ?t u.w.. 4 r? lO
n w . ttr !i'i loth ?t . . , ,*>r 10
:ios 1' Ft. u.w.. lir -JO k-'dat. u e..4r 10
1MH Stli at. n. w? V UiHi
uieut ra. k '-'ra l*t tt. .30
KTORtS. OFTirTS. K
Guilt, u Umld'K. rma.1.1 _ Unuton 1>U-. Rm. ~ IV..'K>
to ti.%......... 7.V Blitf".. ri**m .10
Mtorraiiddwellmir. .ol >.>ll7ttii-t u w . Km 4_ 10
l?t at. ll?. lOr. "ill 7S Uunt.in l.U. .ma., r,'
4(JS La.a?? .(.1 ll . 4r :!0 and 14 1-30
4<*S lji.svtv.-Jd floor .. . :(0 4" - I a ave^ V Ivutr
Vmiua How. rot mi .*> ...:io metat m ...8
Store and dwelliiur 401 Stable rear 4?i01 at. u w.,7
K at. n e.. 0 m -0
The above is only a portion of the r-n|?rty on my
IiooLp for full liat call at orttn*' f< r iMillt tln name 1 on
tht lstausl l.ath. II"1 THUS. K W UatiAMAK.
J'OK REXT-1--?1!4 I HI X.V^ . A 1.ARUE BRICK
Dwelliuar, fonrt en rootna tuoderu llupioveineuta.
law linrk atahle and rarriatfe liouae K,,r iwrtn nlara
liigune ol ROSS 1 UuMl'SuX. National Mitr ivliiuu
Bank. r.'-lta
1>'R KENT- THI. BI IUUN<t ll.t; i si.. VII H
l?*aae lor throe j.nrs frt'in the 1st of N vtmlwr,
1NS7 ha* a liw si r?* n*om. Iian-l--iTifly in
-Ox!-# . - - .. u It il collar. Mac size, t .\o atoraM at- \*\
luoat *'liirible lor othfea, l.audat uiely rittt-vL Inquire
witlun muair alore, or
film K. Ol HOI.T7.M AN._
ui;m-."017 g st.. DEhirable hucbe. ? I
n?ni!?,f r. iurtwe. lu a natal in iirlitiorliood.
R. BV't 11A \ A N. The Clarendon, 1401 X. V. ave.il tit*
IJtOR REX I? SM4KS1. S. V tj lttX)M<. MODERN
lni|>Toveiiienta. Apply to tiOH C at. n. w fl-4t*
|M)K RLX i
r CSFTRXTSHEP.
S17 C at. a.w. ?r ?40 1 o l j ? Ht.,0r $1.*.
-'llti 14th at.. Sr . 37..>0 V-50Clevelaudav.0r.13.50
?J128 10th aU. tir 15
Fl'RXISHED.
15.131 at., 9r flS3
Him * DYER,
.la.*50-*it 13th and I- sta
1>)K rext-a"i7ivelv~c??i;mr RESIDENCE,
a 4TS o st u.w.; been built onlj Uiree jearx . nealy
papered and painted. 11 roonia. mitli all nm i>*ru im
prov.'iiifiita; rent $40. Inquire ul 474 O at. u. w.
JaU-V4f
JJ"OR REXT-BY K O. U01.T7.Mi\
HOtnm. 1003 X. 1 ave a. e..0r .15
X W. cor. 17th & Pa. at . !>35litli <t. >>.. 5ra 13
4 stores. l?r. . .$333 33 OFFICE ROOMS.
liiVt* loth n.w., 14r.< 1.5 Elepint ro.>ma m "Sun
501* l*-that.. 15r.......loo Imildliiir/'nreproof.-ele'
513 13th at. Ii. w.. 15r .SO vators, heated by nieaui,
7o7 I at. n.w. 13r 75 from $30 to CI 50 each.
1-3- V*th ttt n. w? Ur ti5 1*41 1 st. '.M floor, 5 front
5*W? 1 ltti fit. n.w.,S*r....*?0 is., hetted by at*?m $l(*0
1S41 I( st.. 10r ."KltMl r.:W floor, 5 front ra,
1741 Fat. n.w., lUr....50 beaUnl by Nieam.. .S3.33
20'_'7 1'at. U.W.. lOr. .til loon F H.,2tl flcsjr 45
1503 It at. U.W.. 1 lr. M* 037 I at., -d floor . . 40
1B11 F at. ii.w., 1 lr . .44* 1*37 F at., rid floor, lrui. .15
DiOHFat. u.w., Ilr .40 !*3i* F ?(.. *-d fl.s.r 35
?-"."iO 11 ?t. u.w.. 7ra :?J !*3M 1 at . 3d floor 10
l?i<*7 Mariou st.,7r 30 415 !*th st.. 'id fl.ior
Kit*!* Mariou ?t..7r .30 4l5'.*th ai.. Sr ..ii
l.'l'Jl Kith at. u.w., ,>r . 1007 I -1, 1 st fl -or . 'J5
103 :.M at. n.e. !lr... ...?-'.*! 1007 F st.. -'<1 flt.or 40
1 'J.VI H at. u.e.. 7r *.'3 1 *nIT F st .3.1 fl ...r .'.'5
1*J51 Ii at. n.e.,7ra *.'3 l*.*l 1 1 st.. 3d fl . 3 r* *J.i
73'.* 4th at. u.w , 7r. Ml.50 470 i^. ave.. from 10 to 'JO
400 E at. a.e? S*r IK 1)31 1 st. u.w.. 3d flottr JJ
51S i*th Kt.a.w .?ir 11 (7tli aud ii ata. u.w.. ..iUi .'O
1701 l'Jtl. st. ii *., 5r 1" 1'.'5 l.a. ave.. :td floor. *.'0
714 Fat. a. w? 7r l-'.SO'stable riarlt>04 14th at 1 t
72Ml?tst. n.e. Cra .15.30 STORES.
3<i7 Dat. a.e . tir 15 MasinSt ent atore. Sun
30.. D at a.e.. Or. 15 BuiMiu*, per au. ..3,000
4S3 K at. a.w., 5r.. 15 00.ra6th st. u.w., -5
Ft RX1SHED HOI'SES.
F.near 18tU ?t..l?r.3U3.:;3 l*th.ubove Kat.. 12r...Cl.%0
IcwaCircle. 15r 250 X. near ISthat., Kr l'-' i
b at.,near 14tu. ltir...200 F.utmrlsth at.. 10r..1-5
1 i?th st.. ur. Ii., 10 ra. 2t*o H. near *-'l?t at.. Kr. ...IOO
K. nearSHn at. 12r 200 lOili. n'r L at , lOr so
I'cnn. ave ..near K at ...200 N. H. ave. n'r M at.. Ur.75
F at..near lKtli. 1 lr . 150 13th. uear X at., 8r 7.5
X, near 17th at.. 12r. .150 21at. near F at 50
1'ropertr placed with me for rent tir aale 1a liberally
aiivertiaeu free of coat to the owner.
For liat of property for sale call or aetid at office.
Ja.iO R. O. HOLTZMAX. 10th and F ata. n w
IJ*OR REXT?302 MASS. AVE X. L , TWO-STORY
and buae.nent, bay-wludow Bnck Uouae: uew.aix
| rooms aud bath: all m. i.. pats-rc,1 throuahont. rent,
$22 a mouth. HENRY 4 AF.OER. 15 4th at. a e JW-4w*
I?OR RKX 1-UXFURXI3HED.
1221 Ct.av.n.?.. 1 sr 2402 14th at *06.67
$333 33 20th st., near Q. lOr 05
1810 X at. n.w? 12r.. 125 1008 lOtW at u. w.. Or 00
1125 10th aLn.?..15r l 15 1220 Maaa. ava.. Ilr....55
182yGat. U.W..15I- 100 1731 ll*that.!*r 50
K!44 2lat at. n.w,.13r.lt*0 217 Del. ave.u.e?15r 50
lti25 Maaa. ave . IOO 2416 14th atji.w.,1 lr ..50
1308 Conu. ave-. 13r.87.50 1007 15th at. u.w.. l(*r .45
1316 Vt. av. U.w..l2r83 .34 1.51 4 30th at. n.w_ lTr.50
24(8* 14th at 83.34 11114 loth at u w.. llr...5o
1534 28Ui at. n.w, 14r.so 1370 B at a.w? Ur 40
817 12th atu.?.,14r . .80 1213 7tn at. n.w.. tar 35
1437 L at n.w.. 10r.. ..75 1012 X H ave.. <ir 25
1704 Conn, ave., Ilr 75 1507 Caroline at., tir* 25
2404 14th at 75 702 Q a>. n.w.. Or 15.42
141UQat n.w.. 12r . .70 228 lat st. a.w., 0 ra. 15
1527 Oat. u.w? Ilr 70
FFRXI8HF.D
R.I. are., war 17th at. Iowa Circle ?
14r 410.67 1700 Conn, ave 125
P1219th at. n w, 22r. 3(Hi 1310 ll*Ui at u.w .lOr 125
21 lirant 1'lace, lOr 100 204 Dot av. n.eL. 10r. 125
1708 loth st. n.w.. 12rl.?0 514 2d at n.w. t* ra. 100
Kill 21atn w.,Ur I?i6.?7 3Cooke Mace. 13r .. .100
1810 X st n.w.. 14r lttti 07 2021 O r.U ti. w.. 1 lr. 125
H at, n'r21st u.w..Kr.. Corcoran st 'J.">
The above Bouaea can lie eiamn el by i>eruiitf rotn
our offico only. THOMAS 4 IISHKR ft CO..
}a2K 1324 F at u.w.
1.XJU REXT-A THoRol'tiHI Y FI RXISIIED
M. liouae of fourteen r.siuia, 111 a hnalthy anddea.'a
: bit! neurhborhooJ. one block fiom it a aL<l herdica,
rent moderate. Apply 215 A at. a.e. Ja20-2w*
r?OB RENT- 1
' 1302 I. at.. 12r....?70 2114 M at.. 12r ?65
| 2112 M st., 12r 415 1213 7th at. lOr 35
1 1131 8th at., or 45 1522*? r.'tbat..Mr. 42.50
Appiyto GUK1.X & CCXXINOHAM. 1405 Fat
| Jal3-lii'?
".?"OR RENT?CXFTTBXISHED?
F
17^8 14th ?t.laouae 1214 F at. 4th atory *25
mutators $00 "OK Hal. n.e 20
214 1st at. ie 50 17004tU at 16
1108 C-onn ave . store. .50 1427 1'st. othce room. .10
1727 l'.*th st 45 822 lOthst u.e 9
FlIRNIsni'D
Rhode Island, u'rCoim. Oat., near 12th 150
.ave <383 3.1 Hat. bet IKII^ loth 150
Iowa Circle 3(M> lothat.,n*rDupoutOr,150
Du|amt Circle 21*1.06 X at., near Kitli 125
K at., near 16th .275 1 ltli at. bet. X aud 0 .115
Conn.ave.. u'r X at 2.tO tt.rcoran.liet 13K 14 IOO
925 E'arraifut Square. .25" 8 at., Ni 14 and 15 <5
FI1CH. FI X * liKiiWS.
ia2S 1437 Pwnn. ave. n.w.
In mr-uiT unu~wt. x. w. kfv at
icrocary, corner L at. rent *25. Inquire 1*26 1*.
ave. d2!*-2m
1X>B RKXT?
liy S. B. WAI.KFIi, 458 Louisiana ave.
124 5th st. n.e.. 8 rooms tiath. ? liar, furnat^. but
ler's pantry, very low to desirable tenant Ja*i-lm
I7OR REXT-SIX ROOM BRICK HOI SE, 1015 3D
st. n.w ; water and Kaa. $15. Als... nn -nom Brack.
1219 D st. s.e.; $10. Apply to R. E 1'AIUO, 482
Loniaiana ave. Ja24-3m
FOP. BKXT SOC'Tii FRONT FINE Blili K HOI SE.
bay- windons, lull height, 10 rvaiuia, iI'lTlacc, bath,
hot and cola, near 3 lines street cars 205 ii at u. w .
near 1'enaioii office, liuiuire immediately on preouaoa.
dlKim
FOR RENT? 822 13th at. n.e?*!r ...15
X.c. cor 4>4 anil C 813 12iii atn.e., 5ra 14
ate. uw . 14r $100 1217 W ylieist. n.e.. Or. .13
1229 X. I. ave, 12r 75 1208)4 Wvlieat u.e.,10 50
2021 ioth ?t. n.w.. Or...16 9 F at lerraoe. or. ..10 30
816 13that n-e..til 17 I124C at. n.e, 5r 10
2805 Olive ?v. n. w. 15 .>0 Rear 2621 lat.n.w.,4r 10
1221 Wylie st n.e? 6r. .13 1373 Bt unu.at u.e. 5r.0.3il
820 13tb at. n.e., ?r ...15 137M Bo.indatn^..5r.9.:iO
823 12that. n.e. 5r 14 . PieraOt. a.w. :ir .. 3.50
1126 C at u.e., 5 ra 10 25 Blad. road. Sr. 6
jJj-lm SWORMSTEKT k BRADLEY.W27 rat
OB BENT-AT 1221 HIUH STREET. OEOROl^
town. 17 rooma aud larre atore, witli Unreatable
lu rear. Will be rented cheap. Apply to the owner.
2413 Hstreet ti.w,city. lal8-lm*_
FJR REXT-A GENTLEMAN A BOLT TO LEAVE
city will rent or aell i-onnnodloua. finely f.uiahed
and furnished Houae. seventeen apartments; terms to
suit Apply to F. C. ADAMS. 1423 lv. Y ave. Ial2-luia
FOR RENT-HOFSE AND STABLE 941 M ST,
n.w.; all in Aret-claaa condition; .-ovenieut and very
comfortable: lanre parlor, diniiw room, kitel en aud
laundry on one floor: 8 mmd-aise bedrooms. dr> cellar,
houae heated by hot air fnrnare. till rent for$1,000
i?r year to reaponaible person only
dl0-2tu STK1GEB k LIEBERMANN, 1303 Fat.
UNDER DATE OF NOVEMBER 13, 18*7. FBOM
Chilicothe, Ohio, a lady, foruierly ot this city.
Writea: "It la now a rear aiuce 1 commenced uaunr
Cryatal Discovery. 1 have moved aiuoe then to thu
place. My hair at that time was in a bad way, falliux
with fearful rapidity. indeed. I feared entire baldneaa.
With many mlaaiviuira I then boutriit the flrat bottle of
Cryatal Diacovery. but to my irreat dcaiirht it work si
wonders. Shortly after my hair eUipped fallm*. a jd
now I have an abundance aarain and in arood coudluoa.
and not a irray hair to be aaiin " 1 his certainly la ei
callent testimony, and deserves pultlicatioB. A NAT
TAXs, iTvij r, 14th and L and 2d and Data. n.?. Ja28
G?l The Bi
THE CONCORD harness.
The Concord Collar, Coupe, Oarriaae, Bond
and Expreaa Harneaa of all kinda and daacnpttoM 1
loweat pneea. Every ireauiue loaicord Jlsrasaa
?Wj*an with maker's nauau and trade mark.
LUTZ k BRO,
ave. adjoiniiw XaUooal
1 main.
?24
BRENNAX'S WEST END HIRING AND LITEBT
Ktable, 1818 L. eetabllabed 185*- tW lj.*1
carriavaa ahort aaUoa 1 etuia reaayaaWe, aatlafafuou
fwaatoad. TatavtwM 003 -. FA1 KICK BRKXNaE.
F
FOR SALE?HOU8KS.
>>B MLB -CHEAT -344 FBflMTWWI* ?Vl
ii.w. rxol IrauMi property or ?til uwde fnJ
email prn,?tij of racaat rronnd. reatiaa now
|?wnth. aall take *14.500 If anld atone* If
?a
.*? C. ? PARKER. 4 H end * ataL
(|?OR IUU: -CHUT TUtU NFW SIX BOOM
Bnrk H ><?*1 N ?fdO??,mlA
all uk.I |UI|? rne* #2,20d ea h n ao iat
IMP C- H>mUL 4?? and t? i?
1>'K SAl.E -CBF.AP A* <KK>D WalMEH* PHUT
?T crty. 4 s ?t a,w., brt-k. under n at at ?32 l?;
month Pri.-e ? AM*'--S1.40O? .W?? I. V. and
3 year* C II PARKER. 4 S end t at.. a a 14*'
1X?B SALE-CHEAP-A GOOD Bl'alNES* I'KoP
arty on 4 >, at, between F and Q a w , *u I table I. >r
laktf) Kit J4il90 uad. r ml of |:<j|*rai>aik;.
VIII aell. baa, far caah
f4 If < II PAKKEB. 4H and K ata ? w
L?K sai 1-OMItf 1114 E1BM *T * A
JT rood a tm-twm Hour, renu uar u. w at IIJ will
&u> lit prr uantt . lot ID bl 105 to alla> Price
02.000
14-3T C n PARKER. 4H tad E eta. aw
I>>K HA1.1 A MEAT MX IvCV'M AM> RA1 H l?*i
window brick bullae, aituat.ll ii.q-theaet a nil*
ksmiD.l-rtcati.TriO. t'HAH. H rtYViXW.
_t4.1t* Ueernient 1*16 Fat u m.
1>>K ?AU IB GEOMOFIOUM-.
A I'.'J" .'Villi at., 3 atori Brick, 10 h?n heated It*
furnace. hot end cold wmCrr. rood ueUar, lot JliinS
U alley, |.'i.7ul.
2sis N at, brick. V room, bar window. *11 mod
tn.pi.. 04,000.
1411 .13d at. ? W? bTKk. 7 rooma hot aal ftold
water, k. . 9:1,000.
1312 V!?t 11 at u Hi bay windoa Bnrk. all 111M
lni|>a . 0:t">00.
2Sl.i II at. n.w.. frame. <1 ruoma. hot aa 1 rold walrr,
bath ni in. food collar. larve yard. # J 800
All of tueee boueee are tn rood .? indnnm. and aaap
term* ran bo mad. it daatrrd. Permit to examine aauae
obtained at our oAce * 1 <*. ?.T1 ft *IUMl
f4 :tt 1 ml" Heueaylvauie ave
1>t>R Ktu: Ut*>U H18IMS* PROPERTY. 221#
r 14th at n.w Otp--et<>r> bn k atom atalilr .?? mar.
li t 'Mil20. M.JOO. if ...11 at oner
? 4Jt WALKLII ft uiUti >M. lotsiFet
1*i'K ham vrw nyrabk ba\ bi.i k
II 1W 7 rooma ai:.t l?th 1. -1 irpuiMi.^, au t
etable. A t ar*am O* NKB. lK'.'l ITUi at u. a f? .If
f> >H HAL1 M AT . NEAM Slli.AM" Ul'hMlt
n< a litiLiJ tac 1. r hiiruai ?r? i- ?. thrw at.ir* and
taw* luant. wu-rvoin brv-k. all uralrm lui.r' ??n..-iit?
lot lhiKH) #4.70ti M?it*0*AS k CAMl'HU.U
|o IOIO I ?t 14 :?t*
LMKKAI.K NI W TIIKlXllom bKK'b DWRU
I liua*. t.-n noma, hat I. to.iui and crllar. furua.* aiij
all luoiteru im|mi\i'in?'iit?. Itandaomalf i?i?i^1 la
i-afcM tao a^iiarva Irum I "iimnt ('in I". |>ri. r ?s..'itM;
trnua x?r> -a.f 111.IK A Bl'l HIUF" >IU>.
la jt-lif i:w: F at. n.w.
l>nll HALE IHBRt lil.NlkAMl K tMI.M H
M dar luuri*. well lorat.il, nortbwnat. at tfi.OOtk
?IO.tH>Oaudtll,(HH?rrMirvtlvrty
TV1XUB BrTHERFORH.
14 Ot* |:mi7 F at n.w.
r>>R SAUF. -A DEMIKAHI . U?t ATEH IN Tllj
tuirtha.at, wrll built t.ir?? ?Uir>' honar, 1 vm
brirk front Wrooniaatul naili hit and .-ol.l ?at.-r.
lTn-i #11.1 KMi trrtup ran} Applj U I K M<i|ll V
ia.n r ?t. n.w. f4
1VIK HAI K-THAT l>FI.U.HTI t I. THKU MIORT
I Itni k ami l?a<'inrnt, 1U1W f.iutiwtiriit ?!'? rl*?r tt
Farra?ut Hquarr jilur roi?ia. i.raa rloarta tlirar lath
numa. rrar k-all.'rtaa, "1 trrt trolit by 1.17 k frri ilrni
to a I'ubll. all<>. C'Uarintntc l<~ at|.? anil nrurbi- rb ' il
TUoa. J. USUI H * r
nim 1324 F at n.w._
? .""tilt HALF HOt'HEM 1
r liHIl Katn w..b b, 1114 It 111? fltb at a
mi. 9:1*1.000 w..b b ?r? and 1 f h
"0,'t I ?t n w., b. h.. tii rrar.. f.OOO
111 i. ".">r? *^iOO l'iti.1 Maimu at n.a..
"(Nil K ?t. Ii. w? tin. k. b h., 111.1.. K-? 4.OO0
13r., nU (KN1 t?4.'i and tl4M B at u.*..
400 11 at. u.w., b.h., ?? k. 7r 4.1HM
m. 1.. I4ra ^K.500 13VM V at n w . b.b..
8,M k rt'J.. H at n.w.ft Tra ."..H0(
.1 liouaea lu rrar 22.000 ? 10 V at n w? b b .
1:<4Z Vt air. n. w.. lira 3..MK
li-b.. tu I.. 1 .Ira .. .16,000 02 u. t?M O at n.a.. f h..
IToiill.tn w^ bi 4 r? :t:^W
m l . 10ra 12.&00 321 32.lt* D at a.a .
41.1 :M iLt w.li.lL. I f.h .tir . 3.000
nU.. lir^r. 12.500 1, 3 ft ft Su..Waalle?
llil.'l Kith at. u. w., nw..f. b . 4r 1.00C
b.h_ 1111, lOr 12.000 W20 B utidary at n.? .
0(>U kl ?t u w. Kb. b.b .Or 't.OO0
ni t . 13r ll.OOti 1M?I lKUi at n w . f.b
617 1> at u.w? b.h.. or "J.OOO
iii.l.. llr W.500 13 Mjrtlr at b-b .
103 lvun are u.w.. 7r 2.000
bh.. llr K.000 3.% :?7 MjrUr at li.a..
lOh lat at n.w . bh.. Ink. 7r? 1.700
llr M.000 12 t^|>itol alter a. w ,
2033 H at. n.w., b b.. b b , ?r 1.4.AI
in L. 12r H.000 1223 Mailiaou at, 11.
22:1 Indianaave. u w., w. f.b 1.300
b.h.. in 1. Ore 500 S. I-ci .r H C ave and
N Capitol and 1 ata 14tli at a.? , f.b.2r. 1.000
n w..Vli.. m.L, 9r C.OOO
Thr above la ouly a portion of th? i<ronartj- on rar
book*. F'or full liat call at oftlrr for t.ullatlu ia?u*w1
Uw 1 at and l.'.tb. (f3i THOK L WAtHIAHiK.
I^<>H SAU: VAI.CABI.F IMPllOVF.I) PBaFF.IiTT
onGatttw., brtaarn 1/tli atidlKth. offi r.ilat a
liarKatu. For l?rtk ulara luuuirv of WAL.E1 K ft
WILHOM. 1OO0 F at 13 M
f>?K HALE? BARiiAlNH
II0H New V rk ave. 11 w , 7 ro ma and l*th. ramrk
latmlir. In tfood ordt r . only 02.7OO A xood luiraat
lni'lit.
tub at n.a., near H. 5 room lairk. ?at.-r in yard,
rrnta for $10 ?1 l.'iO
1(1.tK'll frrt i f rround naar temilnua H at . ara.
front on two atraeta. 5-rtuui frantr and atablr auil
alili- (or dairyman. Only 02.100.
n-31 WALKEB ft WILSON. lOOfl r at _
EMIt s.11.1 ON VERY LAHV FAV DtMH l *C
X eual opiurtunity to obtain a homr ?. oftrr* nrw
and ?rry mat 0 room lirtrk li.niw. within ball aguarn
of Columbla-atria-l ran n aa follow* IV* ?? *2 ftOO.
II .(hmi to n-maln aa a prrnianrnt loan of <br ualaia-a
910O tu (?.? paid In i-aah and 02o |<rr month. Ko UiWr
e?t 1 lianml on Uir n.ontblr not**. H* 1>H IISI LllT %
1;i:aii|.i 1 f ntr?. t T.l te
1>>R SAL^. ?IX MEW BAY WIMDOW I'MBaO
bnok trout boiiara. arvan rooina and liatb . all bi~L
ini|?. . li?H to 1i,:vh oil, at. n.w. FRAMt'IH 1^>C
M tV. room 3, 472 Ii at ??. 13 3f
Iv>n hale two elegant nf.w tem-boo*
bn. k Ii.i-iiaa*. with all modem improrrmruta. l.Vi'J
and I.1O4 P at n.w. rlira, to an Inuuedlat ? | un liam?.
1>AVII>moN ft OA\IIMUN. cur. 4I| and 1> ata. u.w
Ja.ll (if
F'K KALE?04.000 WILL BUY A PRETTY MEW?
Bn k ll uee tu a faabioaialur and umnn ma a>i
tlon of the northweat. aeven rooiua and Istb. . ali.art
uiantela. and in every reanai-t a complete liouae rent,
?31 Apply aoon to DAVID D. bloSE. 806 F at n.w.
f2-3t
FMW H ALB-MEW POOOK. BfW BAM Pa HIRE
aw. brtwK?n Waablnrton and Pup-iot t irrlea,
97.500. eaay tarma. Sri en room houaa, 2d at n a_
mar G. 04.00(1. raab. 4 o0(J I a. lance niontbli jar.
nirnta. Seven room boiua. aaar lOUi at uw.,?!i .iKi,
0 >(K>caah. Iwlance monthly HARDING ft WAT< KS,
tiOU 11th at n.w. K 3t
IXJH HALF NINE ROOM BAY WINDOW BHUT,
aubatuitlally bntlt. all liupTOvenieaita. aoiith front.
' papered, rouvement to oara. churcbea. arhoula and
market, 04.000. Oaab (1.000. Owner 00b V at u.w.
f2-3t*
IX)R SALE-DECIDED BARGAINS FIYE-BOOIC
frama. H at n.a.. lot 12(100. nntrd for OK 30.
tl.OOU Seven-room and autnmer kiu-han liri.-k, all
tu.1.. with larra Stick atablr and arire lot. un 17th at_
naar T n.a-., M.000 Nlne-rooan brick. R. I av-tiaar
lOtbat, uortb aida. 06.O00. Elcht-room brick.1104
Oat.. 44.500. Ihrw .i-rooni brkka.il at a.w.. l<Ka
12x100 tnallar. tl.000 eai-h Srvumoui bn. k. H
at. near 16th. aouth front, lot 17il00 to 10 foo*
alley, only 44. SOd. ST ALE Y ft BILL
f2-3t 624 14th at n w
For k ale a' mice home ok waixach place.
ti rooma. bath and cellar. #4."00 Ho'ier aud wnta
lot on lat at a a . urar l.tliranr C5.K00 Hotfi . lirap,
CH AS. A. bH I KLDa. lOOWFat a.W. B 3f
IjV'lt HALF AM F.LE(?ANT PREHH BRICK BAl
wmdoa houae on Capitol Hill, convenient and cen
tral. S room* and crllar A tfuod chanca to art a n..w
home rb<ap. pn a 05.&00 CHAS. A. SHIELDS,
1'MHiFat itw. rj :tf
?R HALE -
VERY HMIIUBLE RESIDENCE ON K St,
near Mcpherson soi are. togei her
WITH THE P? HNITrLE
TlieSwediah Xlmater, intending to leave the I'uitaO
Htatea, we arc authorised to eall tbe reaidrm-r, 142ti K
at. aud hia Furniture, at a pnr 1 that will be an induce
ment to any one deainna a aire ratabllahmant iu tbia
city. The houae la thraa-*lorwa aad baaruo Dl. brv k;
25 foat front, three roomadea|>. haate-1 by atewm. wltli
the mint apiiroved aanttarv plumhii a. and la of the
vi ry brat ? ..natrurttoa ID all parttcnlara It la hand -
aomely furnialiad throurbout For t-*rma and |*. ualt
to rtauuuc thr |W?iiilMa annly to
THOS. J. FISH Kit ft CO,
fi lm 1324 F at n w.
I^OU SALE?IF HOLD PROMPTLY A TWO-STtiK*
preaa brick front hoitaa, nearly nrw, liay window,
modern lmprotmnanta. ?c., tarma to ault pun liaaer.
Call or a<ldrraa 1S10 lltb at. n.w. Ja31-tit*
FOR SALE THOSE TWO MEW THKEI KTt iRT
pnaa lmck Hotiaew, 1323and 1325 Tat u.w.. con
tainniK enrht rooma aud hath cailar tinder wbola
hotiar all modem lmprovamrnta; baatad by furnarr;
wood mantela, papered and fraamtd tbrourb .uti
biult in thr verjr baat uiaunar. bt. uee* open for ina|iro
Uou. Apply to EKED W. PILLINO. builder and
owner. lo36 15tn at u.w. jaV4 lm
1XIR KAIX-A BARGAIN ?MODERN sllisTtM.
f T1AL BRICK RESIDENCE. WEI.l. AND CtM
Fv
TRALLY LOCATED NORTHWEST, ixuitaina Uiin.-ra
lanre ruoma (four rooma daap on ftrat floori. iwutnaa
hatha, ftc. .dry cellar; houae ia heated by furnx-r la
newly and ban leumelr m????d thtxuaatiout. and in
eirellrnt repair. Two-atonr Bnrk Stable in rear, L?4
2 Taclw by Ho feet to alle.i PRICE ONLY
lanre ruoeia i foar^Doma deep on firat floor 1. iwutnea,
ia 24 f'-rt 2 lachae by l'io feet to allri i nn r. u
? 12.(HM) STEIOER ft LIEBERM ANN.
F?J
A ..tutl Ol LIVILU A kaibUi -aa.ea -1 . - ?
d23-2m 130? Fat _
JB SALE -SMALL DWELLIMO. 1027 NEW JEll"
aey ave. n.w.; nuaaiaeion at once Pnce, 03.500;
trnua eaay. DANIEL (TC. CALLAGHAN. ei_ecut?r
nnd truatee. 1006 F at n w. II < -lm _
1>)B SALE?12 PER CENT INVESTMENT?
F ?:i,000 caab. balance (?2.000t in Urea feare or
leaa, and no lutarwat .barred F >urj4i)Jhew newt and
attrartivr Frame Dwelltas*. 2706-20-30 and .1. . ta
at road (btvbtwood ^ve ). oppoaiu the Schuetaen
Park. price 4 ".,000. Mow wr-upird by rood teuuU at
? 12 50 month each, payiur 13 per oett on tbe UiveK
Z2^T^5ti5TU5SLBZ irt. o ici^ra ?
CO.. 220 7th Ht aw. a' dfli
IOHNSOM,
Oarneb &> Ca
WE WOCLD CALL TOCB ATTENTION TO OCB
LINE OF DOMESTIC SATTEEMSat 12It and 15e.
Three nooda are printed on the very beat material
and exact imitation of the Oneet French aty lea
BEACTTFTL LIVE FRENCH SATTEESS.
Two Caeca TOIL DE MORE and BATES GINGHAM*
In abort lenctha. at 10c.; worth 12fee and 15c.
German Table Datnaak, 25c., 37)?c, UOc.
04-lach Bleached Damaak. 60c.
Laiwe aire Hock and Da meat Towela 12J?c.
10-4 Biee< bed Kbeetlur. 25c.; real value. 30a.
Chart Maineoot lm.. 0c_ Sc.
Corded Ptqoca. lXBa.. 15c.
Baanttfal Dtaconal Draaa Oouda. 121?c.
Trteot>Bd Henrietta Clothe la Early Bprina WdffM*
llABGAINS IB BLftBBBTO AMD OOMTOBTO.
ALL OCR CABTET0 AT COST.
JOHXSOB. GABMEB B OOL.
63d Fx. eve
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