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The Children'* Hospital Kntertaln
??nt?Receptions and Notes.
Mi* Hale gave the first of her series
of reading* for the benefit of the Children'*
hospital yesterday afternoon in the pretty
chapel of AJJ-8o*l'* church. The chair* were
?11 ooenpied by a moat attentive and apprecia
tive aadience. Mi** Hale'* *y*tem in reading
? to I Time i* to dwell upon the graphic points
of the *tory in hand, and tlcn to bridge over
the lengthy detail* in a rapidly sketched out
line, highly condensed, but bringing out all
the color and merriment of the tale. The
story oboeen yesterday waa Richardson's 'Sir
Charles Orandiaon," and the listener* be
came well acquainted with that ultra-perfect
Joung aristocrat and the heroine, Mine
[arriet Byron, in the hour and a half
that Miaa Male took to delineate the charac
ter*. The reader, who is large and comely,
sat in a chair daring her resding. She ha*
a pleasant face and an agreeably modulated
?oice. The coarse, a novelty here, is most
amusing, and is instructive in the litera
ture and manner* of a century back in Lon
don, as the selections are *11 from British
authors, and if the hour for the reading were
chosen earlier?it is 3:90 in the afternoon at
rresent? the auditorium of the church would
e required for the patrons. As that portion
of the afternoon is absolute.y required by
Many ladies for calling at this teason many of
the ticket holders were not able to be present.
Among those who filled the room were Mr*.
Folsorn. Mr*. Hob*on, Mrs. and Miss William*,
of New London, Conn.; Mm* Grav. Miaa Colli*
Smith, Mrs. Thomas Wilson, Mr. B. H. Warder,
Mr. 8. G. Ward, Miss Howard, Mrs. Phenix,
Miss Rebecca Dodge, Mr*. loiter, Mrs. Mc
Guire. Mrs. Preston Hands, Mr*. Bergen, of
fcooklyn; Mr*. C. C. Glover. 3lr*. Thenix. Mrs.
Calderon Carlisle, Mrs. BUtchford and Judge
Wylie. The next reading will be given at All
Soul'a church on Friday afternoon. Januarv 11,
at 3:90 o'clock. The romance of that day will be
?'Female Quixote," written by Mrs. Charlotte
Lennox in 1752.
Madame Romero held the first of her brilliant
afternoon reception* yesterday. The handsome
suite of salon, parlor, dining-room, and ball
room waa lighted by electricity, and a succes
sion ofgav companies filled the house from 3
to 8- Madame Romero, in a high gown of blue
satin and velvet, received the wallers in the
drawing-room, and with her stood Mr*. Meno
cal in a handsome toilet of navy-blue satin with
velvet trimming*. In the dining-room Mrs.
Willard Warner, dressed in white *atin, with
pointed opening at the neck, edged with white
lace, poured the tea. and Miss Ida Thompson,
in blue caahmere and wearing a superb *et of
turquoise stone*, necklace, dai*T-*haped pin
and bracelets, lerved coffee at the other ena of
the long table. Mis* Marv Sherman, in white
atlk and gauze; Miss Edith Soul*, in an em
Sire dress of white Valenciennes lace, tied at
le want with a broad sash of cream satin;
Miss Wheeler, in pink nun*' veiling: Mis* Flor
ence Bacon, black tulle and yellow ribbons;
the Misaes Rose and Emilie Preston, in white
?ilk and crape toilets; Mr*. Jules Guthridge. in
white cloth trimmed with gold cords ? Mr*. Sagra
rio, of the Spanish legation, in pink china bilk
entertained the guest*, and Mis* Rosecrans. in
black silk and let. served the punch. A string
band in the ball-room played airs that induced
many of the young people to dance. Among
thoae present were Mrs. John Sherman, Mrs
and the Miase* Huyck. Gen. Paul, Mr. and Mr*
Sowden. Mrs. Senator Pugh. Mr*. Pugh. jr..
Mra. Wad*worth, Mrs. and Mi** Black. Mrs.
George Gorham. Gen. Roaecrans, Mr. and Mrs
Anthony Pollok. Mr. Willard Warner, Mr.
John W. Thompson. Mr. Ruff, Mr. Ross W.
Thompson.Mrs. J. H. SouW.Mrs. John E. BeaU,
Lieut. C. H. Lanchheimer and Mr. Albert Lo
The ladie* on K street held largely-attended
receptions yesterday. Mrs. Covle, Mrs. Hitt,
Mrs. Geo. B. Loring. Mrs. Brooke, Mrs. Ja?. B.
Edmonds. Mr*. J. Kearney Warren and others
kept open house, and in other portions of the
city Mrs. Ira Davenport. Mrs. John M. Wilson,
Mr* MacArthur, Mrs. Ja*. E. Campbell, Mr*
and Miss Audenreid. Mrs. Wheeler. Mr*. John
Blair Hoge Mr*. Geo. N. Beale, Miss Leiter.
and Mr*. John S. Billings and many other* en
tertained their friends at their homes.
Mr*. G. B. Loring was assisted by her hus
band in receiving her visitors. Mrs. Loring
wore a superb dress of turquoise blue velvet
and white silk brocaded in a pattern of flower*
in their natural colors. Mis* Sallie Loring. who
returned to the city on Saturday, presided at
a richly furnished tea table in the second draw
tog-room. Mis* Loring wore a toilet of dark
Judge and Mr*. J. B. Edmonds held a crowded
levee all the afternoon. Mrs. Edmonds wore a
handsome toilet of garnet velvet and pearl bro
cade, elaborately trimmed with Irish point lace
Mrs. Nathaniel Paige, in terra cotta India silk;
Mm* Perry, in white satin and pearls, and Miss
Wilson, daughter of Senator Wilson, o' Iowa,
in black lace, assisted the hostess. In the din
ing-room the table was laid, and salads, cake,
punch, tandwiche*. and tea and chocolate were
served in bountiful supply.
Mrs. J. Kearney Warren saw her friends in
new houae. She was dressed in a beauti
fttl tea-qown of black moire, with front of lace
tied with white picot-edged. moire ribbon.
8ome of those making the calls were Mr.
James G. Blaine with Mr. and Mrs. D. R Mc
Kee; Mr*. Fairchild, Mr*. Whitney. Mrs. John
Sherman, Mrs. S. M. Bryan. Mrs. /as. G. Parne
Mrs. Hutchin*on and Mr*. Ball. Col. and Mis*
Bin*, Mrs. Nelson Brown. .Mis* Rosalie Brown,
Mr*, and Miss Deering, Miss Lncv Corkhill.
Mu* Ali*an Wilson Mr*. John H. Oberlv and
toe Misses Oberlv. Mrs. J. W. Powell. Mr*.' Geo.
V Iark ?ro<ibead. Dr. and Mrs.
Kindleberger. Dr. and Mrs. Magruder. Mr
Truxton Beale. and Mr. Henderson.
Th. de Bounder de Melsbroeck. lately min
ister from Belgium, ha* sent out his p. p. c
card*. He tendered his commission some days
S? to .the President, and he will sail for
Europe in a few day*. Count d'Arschot. of the
legation, i* no* charge d'affairs. a* the new
minuter will not arrive nere until Mav. The
"hort'y ar?? from
Hew York to spend the winter here.
The Assembly club held its first ball of the
5S**?n ?t the National Rifle*' hall last evening.
The cotiUon began at midnight, and w?s led
VJ T B????parte, Mr. and
Mr*. W. A. Edgar, Mr. and Miss Deering. Mrs.
O. B. Loring. Mia* Loring. Mis* El*ie Bli*s
Mi** Lucy Corkhill, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C
Glover were among thoae present.
Gov. Green, of New Jersey, and Mr*. Green,
who will arrive in the city this afternoon, will
be the guests of Commodore and Mrs. Har
mony for a week. Gov. and Mrs. Green will
be with Mr*. Harmony on Friday afternoon at
Mr. and Mrs. Middleton Smith gave a musi
??? J."' .eTe?in* ?* residence. No. 161fi
19th street. Miss Etta Van Hook Mrs A II
S?iiu>d?Mb tK1*" HaZ2ard-of Baltimore'.
ln entertaining her guests.
attired in white
brocaded silk trimmed with point lace; Mis*
ft? ??? , "?ter. wore a rich toilet of pale
blue brocade, and carried a Juliette fan of os
trich feather*; Mr*. Mouthworth waa hand
somely attired in black *ilk, and Miss Haz
tard wore .carlet tulle. The drawing
decorated with flowef*
y.Jy" embroideries. The refreshment*
A terrapin, salads, croquette*,
oysters, ice* and confectionerv. Among the
""I' *nd Mr"- McKee of St. John'S
church, Mr. and Mrs.Wm. D. Cabell Mrs r Ti
AC True. C'oLand ^- Marl
?n??. ' , Chinese miniater and
Sinl ti Mr*. Brinton
Stone. Mi*s Florence Hame*. Lieut. Revnold*.
Mr. and Mrs. f. Silas Diller, Mr. anil Mrs
Geo. P. Merrill, the Messr*. Denton Prof
?ad Mr*. Fernald of Maine. Mr. and Mrs.
TOterson, Mr*. Lochmeyer, Mr*. Bv*on, Mis*
Bessie Hill, 51i*eOerth and many other*.
Mr*. Reagan will continue her Thursday
receptions during January, from 2 to 5.
Mrs. 8. C. Pomeroy will not receive on Thurs
day of thi* week.
The coming Saturday will be the last on
which Mr*. Parker Mann will bj at home to
her friend* at 2022 Hillyer Place, aa the family
will n*>ve the ensuing week to their new home
on Kalorama avenue.
Mrs. Charles 8. Voorhees held a very pleasant
reception ye.terday at 1717 21*t itreet She
wes assisted by Miss Voorhee*. Mr*. Fred.
Seymour, of Detroit, and Mr*. W. A. Bartlett.
The tea table waa presided over bv Mr*. Heber
May and Mr*. A. T. Stuart. Mra. Voorhees
received her guvuU in an exquiaite directoire
gown of wine velvet
Mrs. Andrew O. Curtin, Jr., a niece of ex
Governor Andrew O. Curtin, died at Bellefonte,
Pa., yesterday, after a lingering ilines*. She
waa well known in Washington.
Mr* and the Misaes Hnyck will be at home to
??ller? on Tharsdaya. after thi* week.
Mrs. I\ E* Ford Webb, of 1413 K street, will
be at home to callers on Tuesday* hereafter.
Mr*. Mark Brodhead will be at home to her
friends on Wedneadav* in Januarv and Feb
ruary, at 1733 lKh .treet
Mra. Millar baa returned from New York city
?ad will be at borne to caller* on Monday.
A vary enjoyable and largely-attended tea
CT*VT^r(?*-T' tron ? to 6 p. m., by Mr.
y*1 ^t, at their new home, 3103 H
street northwest They were assisted by Mrs.
BaU * aunt. Mr*. Nelson and her friends, Mrs.
lUrkna and Ml?*ss Libbie Crenshaw and Lola
Mra. Abbey G. Ryan, of Baraboa, Wis., who
is returning home from a visit to her daughter
in Providence, is (topping in the city for a few
days, the guest of Mrs. Edwin M. Truell, on K
Mrs. H. L. Maldrow and MiM Muldrow will
receive at the Ebbitt on Tuesday*.
Mrs. Jamns Lyons and Miss Lyons, of Rich
mond, are at the Ebbitt for a week. Mrs.
Lyons is the daughter of W. Wirt Henry, who
is a grandson of old Patrick Henry.
Mrs. Fry* will not re?eive this winter, on
account of the death of her sister, and serious
illness of her father
THE TRAVEL CLUB STARTLED.
A Symposium Rudely Disturbed by Two
Rata and a Black Cat.
The large number of ladies and gentlemen
who were present at the meeting of the Travel
Club Monday night were treated to a number,
or rather a couple of numbers, not down on the
program. Mr. W. A. Croffntt was engaged in
reading selections from his ''Silhouettes of
Travel" to a goodly audience. Three of the
"silhouettes" had been exhibited to the mental
gaze of the auditors, and everybody was pre
pared for the fourth, when a young lady in the
rear of the hall screamed with all the vigor at
her command. There was no apparent cause
for the outbreak, and many were the supposi
tions as to
WHY SHE 8C1KAXXD.
The afflicted lady, for so everyone supposed
she was, left the rooms without betraying the
secret of her distress, and the audience was
calmed down to such an extent that the read
ings proceeded. Not for long, however, for
just as Mr. Croffut breathed forth one of his
most completely-polished periods a gentleman
in the rear of the rooms yelled out "Bats!" and
Jumped fully three feet in the air. Mr. Croffutt
paused. He conld stand coolness from an
audience, and he would not allow himself to
be disturbed, even when some of the sit
ters in the front row went to sleep,
but he could not, without sacrificing
his self-respect, continue to read when
his best efforts were so rudely greeted. A
few minutes later, and the righteous indigna
tion of the audience would have asserted itself
and the offender would have been "fired out;"
but it was discovered thatthere was a good deal
of truth in the somewhat hasty and emphatic ex
clamation which had escaped him. Tnere were
Two of them. There was also a black cat. And
the combination was enjoying itself hugely.
Through the audience the rats went, the cat
after them, and evidently wishing she was two
cats instead of one. Everybody in the room
was on the jump. They bobbed up and down
like so many "Shaker*" at a Sabbath festival,
until the two long-tailed intruders had been
chased out of the house. Then the audience
struggled hard to compose its nerves, while the
lecturer proceeded as best he could to exhibit
a few more silhouettes to a crowd that could
see nothing in its mind's eye but "Bats."
A NEW CATCHER.
The Washington* for 1889?Ted Sulli
van's Return from the West.
Ted Sullivan, last year's manager of the
Washington club, has returned from his trip
west. When approached by a Stab reporter
to-day he said that his trip had not been fruit
less. "I have sold Fuller to the St. Louis," he
1 said, "and signed a new catcher named EbrigHt.
He was recommended by Mack, and is, in my
opinion, the best catcher and all-around player
on the Pacific slope. He comes from San
Francisco, and is a hard hitter."
'?What do you think Washington's prospects
are for a good team next year?" asked the
"I don't think they were ever better. We
are after some crack material," he continued,
''and if successful 1 have no doubt but that
Washington will take a high position in the
Mr. Sullivan will remain in the city until the
commencement of the base ball Beason.
IF NOT DAVIS WHT NOT WHITE?
He is still on the lookout for players, but has
failed thus far to secure Davis, from Kansas
City, to play third base for the Senators. Davis
is regarded as by all odds the best man for the
position that could possibly be found. It is
now feared that there is little or no chance of
In the event of a failure in this direction
many base-ball enthusiasts are of the opinion
that it would be a wise move to get Shortstop
White, whose place on the St. Louis team is to
be taken by Shorty Fuller. White's old position
was third base, and Washingtonians who re
member his fine fielding ana throwing and
timely batting, when the local club belonged
to the eastern league, would be glad to see him
given a chance at the Capitol park.
ON THE OTHEB HAND
it is claimed that a player who is not good
enongh for St. Louis or Louisville is not good
enough for Washington. This reasoning does
not always hold good, as was instanced
by Ganzell's caae. He was not good
enough for Philadelphia, and therefore Wash
ington did not want him, but he was good
enough for Detroit, a better club than either,
and Boston this year gladlv paid $3,000 for
him. There is no reason why White could not
Elay as well as he did several years ago. and if
e does he is good enough for any team. He
would be delighted to play here. But, then,
can he be secured?
The Death Record.
During the twenty-four hours ending at noon
to-day deaths were reported to the health office
as follows: Jacob B. Fisher, white. 40 years;
Patrick Haney. white, 78 years; Mary Fitzger
ald. white, 80 years; Jas. H. Dyer, white, 40
Annie Holmes, colored, 8 days; Frederick Ship
ley, 1 year.
A Torso Would-be Thief.?Last night three
colored boys stopped in J. D. Freis' store, on
Market Space, and broke open a show case
which they intended to rob, but the appear
ance of Policeman Bobert Smith frustrated
their plans and they ran off. The officer cap
tured one of the boys, who gave his name as
Wm. Johnson. The Doy was tried in the Police
Court this morning as a suspicious person, and
was required to give bonds or go down for 60
Cbihinal Coctit? Jiuioe Montgomery.
Yesterday. Bobert McKenny. assault with in
tent to kill'; verdict guilty of assault. Dallas M.
DeHughes. alias Marion D. Newman, alias O.
M. 8t. G'lari, false pretenses; guilty.
CotJBT IN OENEBAL TeBH.
To-day, Harmon agt. W. and O. R. R. Co.;
hearing fixed for 24th. United States ex'rel.
Miller agt. Black; mandate of Supreme Court
United States filed. Kleindinst agt. Johnson;
Equity Coubt?Jwige Cox.
To-dav, Bush agt. Stanton; reference to au
ditor. hooe agt. Peter; do., to report on solic
itor's fees. French agt. French; pro confesso.
Lloyd agt. Loyd; alias rule on defendant is
sued. McCarthv agt. McCarthy; motion to
dismiss overruled and hearing in General Term
in first instance ordered. Bobinson agt. Rob
inson; auditor's report ratified. Dunbar agt.
Emmerts; leave granted to file copy of answer.
The Kansas legislature met yesterday. The
house organized by electing Capt. Henry
Booth, of learned, speaker. In the senate
Senator Harkness was chosen president pro
Gov. Cooper, of Colorado, was inaugurated
in Denver vesterday afternoon. The principal
feature of his address was the recommenda
tion to the general assembly for the passage
of fair but stringent railroad and arbitration
laws for the settlement of strikes and difficul
ties between employer and employes.
The commissioners of Walsh county, D. T.,
strongly condemn the sensational stories of des
titution west of Park river.
James Gordon Bennett, proprietor of the New
York HtraitL has sold the property 42S and 427
Mb avenue. New York city, to Austin Corbin
The New Jersey legislature organized vester
day afternoon by electing the democratic cau
cus nominees to the various positions. Robert
8. Hudspeth, of Hudson, is speaker, and Geo.
Wests, of Morris, president of the senate.
Dr. C. C. P. Silva, formerly city police sur
geon in Chicago, ha* brought suit for 960.000
damages against J. J. West, Joseph Dunlop,
Florence Noble and Frank Bowen. of the Chi
cago Timet, for a published article alleging
that he had consented to perform an illegal
operation upon a young woman.
At Mattooa, 111., at 10:46 o'clock Monday
night a very positive earthquake shock was ex
perienced by many persons, and buildings were
felt to vibrate for several seconds. It was the
severest shock ever felt there.
The first ninetv-day session of the Minne
sota legislature began yesterday afternoon.
CoL Grave*, of Duluth, wa? elected speaker of
The national convention of marine engineer*
met in Baltimore yesterday ia secret session
and will continue three day*.
A special from Steven s Point, Wis., says:
Six inches of snow has fallen throughout the
pineries, aad lumbermen an happy.
HINTS FOR EMERGENCIES.
Lectures on tbe Immediate Treatment
of Accidents and Sadden Illnew.
Mot long lihee i boy vu knocked down and
run over by a cab near Iowa circle, and hi* left
leg badly cut. Mo one seemed to know what to
do, and what was done was Just what should
not have been done. The timely and purely
accidental arrival of a physician, who pro
ceeded at once to (top the flow of blood, saved
the boy's life, otherwise he would have bled to
death in fifteen minutes. But a few weeks ago
an old man on one of the streets of a neighbor
ing city waa observed to totter and fall. He
was immediately picked up and held in an
upright posture, when, as a subsequent exami
nation showed, ne had been struok by cardiac
failure or serious apoplexy, and should have
been laid on his right side, full length, given
plenty of fresh air, and his legs, feet and hands
well rubbed, in which case he would have.lived,
instead of dying.
Just such incidents as these in the army, and
those arising from wounds received in battle
and otherwise, led the late Oen. Sheridan to
issue, something over a year ago, an order rec
ommending the instruction of both officers and
enlisted men. by the surgeon of the army, m>on
the practical treatment in cases of sudden
In pursuance to this order Maj. W. H. Gard
ner, post surgeon at Washington barracks,
delivered a lecture, with practical illustrations,
last evening, to a large audience, composed
principally of the officers and men of the post
MhJ. Gardner began by saying that not a few
of those present nad stood on the skirmish
line, in the battle front, or scouted over the
mountains and plains of the far west, and had
seen valuable lives lost that might nave been
saved had their friends known how to render
needed assistance. This was so often the case
that he and a number of medical officers had
determined to publish a book, to be carried by
every officer and enlisted man, which would
show in a compact form the quickest and sim
plest means of rendering assistance. Not only
would such information be invaluable to the
soldier, but to the citizen as well, in cases of
emergencies arising almost daily from sudden
and distressing accidents upon our crowded
thoroughfares. As no machinist is competent
to adjust a trouble or repair a damage to an
intricate machine unless he is acquainted with
its construction, so no person unacquainted
with the anatomy of the most wonderful of all
machines?the human body ?is capable of ren
dering proper and needful relief in cases of
a dangerous or serious disarrangement or sev
erance of its parts. Recognizing this, every
soldier in the German army was required to
carry the necessary appliances for simple ap
plication under such circumstances, one article
of which is ? triangular bandage on which is
stamped figures of men represented as wounded
in different portions of the body, the mode of
application and suggestions for procedure.
The subject selected for the first lecture
was that of hemorrhages, to be followed by
others on fractures, burns, sudden illness, Ac.,
It should be known in the first place, he
said, and always remembered, that tbe arteries
are the tubes which carry the blood from the
heart to all parts of the body, while the veins
conduct the Dlood from the extremities back
to the heart. The wounding of these blood
vessels are the most common injuries to which
mankind is liable, and when the rupture per
tains to the arteries the result is speedily fatal
if not subjected to immediate and proper
Suppose that one should be cut in the arm,
whicn is so often the case when, in a difficulty,
one is warding off the blow of an assailant. If
a blood vessel is severed the victim turns pale,
sickens at the stomach, a cold, clammy sweat
collects on the brow, and the pulse weakens
and runs up from 70 to 80 to 120. What should
be done. Avoid excitement, crowding the
patient or giving a stimulant. In nine cases out
of ten mistaken kindness administers liquor,
which of all things is the worst, as it excites
the heart to vigorous action and increases the
flow of blood. Bear this in mind always, he
said. If the blood is bright red and comes
from the wound in interrupted spurts it is
from the artery, and acompress, or tourniquet,
should be placed above or between the wound
and heart. A compress can be easily made by
twisting a handkerchief and tying a heavy
knot in the center and then tying the handker
chief loosely around the arm, placing the knot
first tied directly over the artery, which, it will
be found, runs down the inside of the arm. A
cane or short stick, or in the army, a bayonet,
will answer, should be run through the bight
or loop on the outer side of the arm. and the
handkerchief drawn so tightly by twisting the
stick that the pressure of the knot will stop
the flow of blood until the arrival of a physi
cian. Should the blood be dark scarlet, or
pour from the wound in a steady stream, it is
from a vein, and the compress should be placed
below the wound and on the outside of the
arm. It is often necessary to place a compress
on both the inner side and outer side of the
A stab in the back is nearly alwnys fatal if a
blood vessel is cut. owing to the difficulty of
getting at the vessel to stop the flow of blood.
In such cases the work of a surgeon iB all that
can avail anything, and too often even that is
THIGH, LEO, OB FEET WOrSDS,
when blood vessels are severed, are treated
much in the same way as the arm. Cuts on the
inside of the thigh or leg are most dangerous,
as there the femoral, or main artery, ties ex
posed. and unless compressed at once a man
would be dead in ten minutes. The position of
the femoral arterv can be ascertained by feel
ing with the hand, as its pulsations are in uni
son with the throbbingsof the heart. Gen. Pack
enham. who commanded the English forces
at the battle of Mew Orleans, January 8, 1815,
was wounded through this artery and bled to
death before a surgeon could arrive. Dr.
Gurthrie, in his "Commentaries on Surgery,"
says that Gen. Packenham was wounded in
Spain by a musket ball passing through the
right side of his neck. There was much loss of
substance, and when the wound had healed
he returned to duty with a stiff neck and
his head drawn to the right side. In a subse
quent battle he received a similar wound on
the left side of his neck, which healed in pre
the same manner and drew his neck and head
all right and straight again.
THE ABTEBY OF THE LEfJ
divides just before the knee joint into three
smaller vessels, and in case of hemorrhage
from cuts or otherwise it is best, he said, to
apply the compress directly and firmly over the
wound. The same rule obtains in wounds of
the hands and feet. Hemorrhages of the head,
chest and abdomen are almost universally.fatal,
for the reason that it is difficult to get at the
severed vessels to stop the flow or to ligature
them, or from the laceration of some viscous
whose integritv is necessary to life, or from in
flammation from the passage of a projectile or
weapon. At the same time, however, ministra
tions to the afflicted should not cease until the
victim is inevitably dead, for in many instances
injuries which at first sight seem to be neces
sarily fatal have been recovered from.
Dr. Gardner cited as an example his personal
observation of the body of the late General
Farnsworth, on which he counted thirty-two
scars received in battle from shell, shot,
swords, and bayonots, many of them seemingly
fatal, though he recovered and lived to die
quietly in his bed as a Christian. He also
personally knew Gen. Schuyler Hamilton, who,
when aide to General Scott during the Mexican
war. was. while carrying an order, pierced
through the body by a Mexican lance, the wea
pon entering the back just below the right
kidney and emerging from the front of the
abdomen. He recovered and served in the
Perhaps the most wonderful instance of re
covery was that of a man working on a railroad
in Massachusetts. While ramming a blast in a
rock the powder was ignited and a premature
explosion ensued, blowing the steel rammer,
about two feet long snd one inch thick,through
bis head, entering below the left eye and com
ing out at the top of his head. He recovered,
went to California and was iu business there
many years. When he died he willed his skull
to Dr. Henry Bigelow, the attending physician,
and it is now in the medical museum at Har
Dr. Gardner will deliver three other lectures
before the troops at the barracks, and the ques
tion is being discussed by Gen. Ordway and
others of having them delivered before the
District militia. Quite a number of citisens
are interested in them.
All Coming to the Inauguration.
From ths Mew York Bun.
It seems that CoL Elijah Wolfram Halford
may not go to the inauguration after alL The
entire population of Indianapolis is going, with
the exception of fifty men, who are to be
chosen by lot to stay at home, look after the
furnaces, keep off thieves and firs, and feed tbe
car horses. But if CoL Halford should be
drafted into this service be might perhaps be
able to import a substitute from Kentucky.
Got, Lee, when asksd yesterday if be was
prepared to say whether he intended to call an
extra session of tbe Virginia legislature at not,
replied that be would not do so, unless he
deemed it positively necessary for tbe good of
WANTED?FRENCH OR SPANISH COOK, MALE
or female, $4U Several White Cooks, fio: maids
and Seamstress; white Butler. Also, plain Cooke
and Laundress at once. DICK'S AGENCY, 013 7th
at. n.w. It*
WANTED-WHITE AND COLORED. GENERAL
houssworkers. oooks, butler*, parlor maids, house
men, nurses, waitresses, and others. (Baggage-room,
ption-room and main office, first floor.) F. M.
SHAM. 910 What. n w. Ja9-3t*
WANTED - WOMEN - FIR8T-CLAJ38 OOOKS,
Maids, Nurses. Waiteress, Laundress, Butlers,
Coachmen, waiters. Men Cooks, Farm and Dairy Men
always Call Quick. DICK'S AGENCY, 013 Tthat.u w.
ANTED-AN IRISH GIRL, A GOOD COOK. IN
quire at 1117 0 at n.w. It
WAN TED?WOMEN ^JOOKS, $10 TO $40; CHAM
bermaids. Nurses and Laundresses In city or
away: Waiters. Drivers or Farm Hands; Colored Men
Cooks. SAM'L A. OQOMBS, 926 F st. n.w. Ja9-6f
WANTED-A YOUTH OF SEVENTEEN WOULD
like to set a place in offloe or store: hoiiqrt and
willing-; reference required. Address C. 8., Star office,
WANTED - NON-UNION PLATE PRINTERS,
state experience and reference. Address P. O.
Box *445, Boston, Mass. Ja?-6t*
WANTED-A SETTLED WOMAN TO COOK AND
do general housework, must stay night* and
bring reference. Apply 927 R. I. ave. It*
r AN LED?AN INTELLIGENT YOUNG MAN TO
take charge small set machineiy, run engine and
as foreman. Address, with references. Box 28,
Star office. Ja9-3t*
ANTED-A BRIGHT COLORED BOY FOR DOC:
. . tor'a office; must reside with parents and go
home st night*; wages $5 month. Inquire between
tJ and 7 at COOPER'S Stable, bet. H and L 13th and
14th sta. It*
ANTED-AN HONEST, CLEAN WOMAN TO
cook, wash, iron, kc.: also woman for housework
and attend children. Apply 735 13th st. n.w. Ja9-2
W- ANTED?AN "EXPERIENCED*WHITE NURSE
for child of three years; good refereni?s and ex
perience in nursing absolutely required. No colored
need apply. 1512 R st. mw. Ja9-2t*_
rANTEdT-AT ONCE^TWO reliable ladies
.. for a remunerative position: no former expe
rience necessary if willing to learn. Apply after 11
a.m., Supt. Offices, 4 and 430 7th at. n.w. It*
TANTED - AN ACTIVE. "HONEST COLORED
. . boy to drive horse and work in house. 1015 14th
at n.w. It
ANTED - A GENTLEMAN PROMINENTLY
connected with church matters to till responsible
position at once. Salary to good man. HOME LI
BRARY, 1010 F street. Room 8. It*
WANTED - FIRST-CLASS WAIST AND COAT
hands; well-skilled persons will be paid good
wages. Apply 1749 Penn. ave., from 5 to 8 p.m.
WANTED-A MIDDLE-AGED EXPERIENCED
housekeeper for a boarding house. Answer, with
address, "HOUSEKEEPER," Star office. Ja8-3f
WANTED-A SETTLED WOMAN, TO COOK
wash, iron, and do general housework for a small
family. Must stay at night. Apply, with references,
at 1333 Wallach Place n.w. Ja8-2t*
W ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED CANVASSER FOR
country; references required; inducements for
the right man. Address PIANOS AND ORGANS,
Star office. . )a8-3t
WANTED?TWO GOOD HORSE-8HOERS, A FIHE
man and floorinan; none but best need apply.
TH08. KELLY A SON, 13th st.n w. and Ohio ave J8-3*
WANTED-A WHITE COOK; MUST BRING UN
exceptionable recommendations as to character
and capacity; to such an one a permanent home and
good wagea; family of three adults; no housework.
Apply immediately at 1829 Jefferson Place. Ja8-3t*
WANTED?PARTIES ACCUSTOMED TO BOOK
" canvassing (main or female) call at Room 4, Cen
tral National Bank building, b? tween the hours of 9 a.
m. to 1 p. m. and from 4 to 5 p.m. Ja8-2t_
WANTED?a" COLORED WOMAN AS LAUN
Iv dress and chain)>ermaid. Apply Wednesday and
Thursday morningB, between 10 and 12 o'clock, at
1737 N st. n.w, Ja8-2t*_
WANTED-AN INTELLIGENT AND CULTI
vate<l gentleman, of good address, capable of
adapting himself to special duties; jiosition lucrative;
must be energetic and well recommended. EA8TER
DAY& HALDEMAN, tiOK F St. n.w. )a8-3t*
, ANtSd-A COOK. COLORED: MUST BE GOOD
. 1 cook and marketer; no washing. Send where last
employed and wages expected to E. TOW NSEN I). Star
paid; no notice taken of applications that do not give
real name and address of applicant; must also wive
names of former employers as reference. Address
LIQUOR8,8tar office. Ja7-3t_
W- ANTED-YOUNG MAN TO ASSIST IN KEEP
ing set of single-entry books and to collect; must
write givxl hand and be satisfied with small salary ?
bond or collateral required for faithful performance of
duty. Address COLLECTOR, htar office. Ja7-3t
WANTED?DUNDORE'S EMPLOYMENT Bu
reau, conducted by ladies, men and worsen, white
and colored, for all kinds of domestic latior, for District
and states, with references. 717 Mst. n.w. se29-15w*
I1 tiser, and two to five assistants (sccording to size
of county and population). $t>0 a month salary and
expenses to overseers, and $40 to assistants. No ped
dling, no soliciting. Duties confined to making collec
tions, distributing printed matter, putting up adver
tisements, Ac., for the two irreatest fortune-makers in
America? the Fanner's <10 Fire Proof Combination
Lock Safe (sold on monthly installments), and the
wonderful Electric Fuel, for wanning sleighs, car
riages, &o., which burns without flame, smoke or odor,
and will best any vehicle 24 hours for 10 cents. Ex
pense* advanced; sslaries paid each month. Enclose
10c. postage for full specimen line of advertising
matter to the J. L STEPHENS CO., Lebanon, Ohio.
WANTED-A TEMPERATE MAN LOCATED OUT
II side of Washington, to represent an old bouse in
bis section. Salary to begin, #70 per mouth. Refer
ences exchanged. ENTERPRISE, Lock Box 1610
New York. d20-th,aAw
WANTED?WE WISH TO EMPLOY A RELl
able Man in your city; no ex|>erienco required:
permanent isisition lor three years; salary increased
each year: light, easy, genteel business: money ad
vanced for salary, advertising, fcc. largest manufac
turers in our line; enc lose 2-cent stamp. No postals.
CENTENNIAL M'F'G CO.,Cincinnati, Ohio.
AV ANTED-MAN TO TAKE THE AGENCY OF OUR
II safes, size 28x18x18 inches; weight, .>00 lbs ;
retail price, $35; other sixes in proportion. A rare
chance and permanent business. These sales meet a
demand never before supplied by other safe companies,
as we are not governed by the safe pool. ALPINE
SAFE CO.. Cincinnati. Ohio. geS-a&wflm
\*T ANTED - SUPERINTENDENT OR FOREMAN
II and two to five assistants, according to size and
population of territory in charge. Fi reman to se
lect his own assistants, and to take entire charge of
business, make collections, and su|>erintend distri
bution of advertising matter, relative to the Monthly
Installment Payment Department of the Califor
nia k Southern Land Co., California Monthly Rail
road Excursions, kc. $t>0 a month and expenses to
foreman, and $40 to assistants. Expenses advanced
and salaries paid monthly through our Eastern Of
fice. Enclose 10c. iKjstagc for full specimen line of
advertising matter and address Eastern Office, Cali
fornia & Southern Land Co., P. O. Box 825, Cincin
nati, Ohio. )a4-~t
WANTED?TO TELL YOU WHERE TO OBTAIN
first-class help and those seeking employment
where to secure it at once. City Intelligence office,
490 La. ave. Ja2-tol9_
Wanted ? lf.arm.ks for prof, christ
MF.R'S New International Tailor System of Dress
and Garment Cutting with any inch rule ami ta|?
measure alone. Patterns and materials cut and lwated
or made; one fitting required; the aystem taught by
Mme. 8. J. MESSER. 1303 H st. n.w. n3-3m*
WANTED?A LADY WITH BEST REFERENCES
. f would take charge of children for the winter; ob
ject, home; no recompeuse. Address 8., 837 22d st. u.
w. wt L Ja9-2t*
. cor 1
W~ ANTED-BY A RESI'ECTBLE COLORED GIRL
a situation to do general housework for a small
private family. Call or address, lit! Schott'a alley,
from 223 1st to 125 C sts. n.e. It*
"anted-by an experienced young man.
place in grocery and meat store: can give best of
references. AadressH. H. H., Star office. Ja9-3t*
ANTED - BY A YOUNG LADyTTsE OF~A
piano in private family for two hours daily in
neighborhood of 10th and K sta. n.w. Address McC.,
930 K st. It*
W"ANTED - SITUATIONS FOR FIR8T-CLAS8
help, white or colored, male or female, as cooks,
maids, butlers, nunies, drivers, porters, housemen, Ac.
(All help selected; no tramps.) F. M. BL'RNHAM.
910 9th st. n.w. Ja?-3t*_
TuifANTED?KNOWN WHERE TO GET PROFE8
Iv sional and plain Cooks. Laundress, Maids, Nurses,
Waiteress, Coachmen, Butlers. City references. Pri
vat? office attached -at DICK'S AGENCY, 013 7th u.w.
WANTED?FIRST-CLASS NEW YORK BAR
keeper desires steady Situation in Washington or
further South; speaks several languages-understands
wholesale liquor trade. II., care W. W. Sharpe A Co.,
21 Park Row, Nuw York city. It
WANTED^BY COLORED MAN AND WIFE, 8IT
uatiou in small private family as butler and cook.
Can give good reasons for leaving preaent employer;
also, good references given. Address Box 42. Star of
JANTED-AT HEADQUARTERS - POSITIONS
for Oooks, Chambennaid. Waitress, Laundress, and
Nurses, Seamstress. Men Waiters, Cooks, Coachmen,
Butlers. SAM'L A. COOMBS, 920 F st. n.w. Ja9-6t*
WANTED?SITUATIONS BY TWO FIRST-CLASS
seamstresses; can give city references. 1231
24th st. n.w. _lt#
r ANTED-BY A YOUNG COLORED MAN A Po
sition as waiter. Can give ?ood referencea. Ca""
address 1110 Union Court, between Land M an
15th and 16th streets n.w. Ja?-3t*
TKTANTED?A FIR8T-CLASS COACHMAN AND
11 hoatler desires a |<osition; best of references.
Inquire at 1328 N. V. ave. )a8-3f
WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE COLORED
II Girl, a place as chambermaid or laundress: good
city reference. Address 229 Massachusetts ave. u.w.
WANTED ? EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER
and typewriter deaires employment; can furnish
machine; moderate compensation. Address B. H. E. I.,
Stsr office. Ja8-3t*
rANTED-BY A RELIABLE MAN, A PLACE AS
. . butler; a man who thoroughly understands
housework, and expects good wages; can furnish the
best of references. Address 1412 I at. n.w. Ja8-2t*
ANTEDBY AN HONEST AND INDUSTRIOU8
man, a situation aa first-class coachman. Call or
addressW. E. HAYES. 910 Mass. ave. n.w. Ja7-3t*
WANTED-BY A YOUNG I.ADY, A POSITION A8
I? stenographer and type-writer, beat of referencea;
salary $0 per week. Addreaa MISS G. D., Star office.
WANTED-TO BUY A NICE HOME OB GOOD
vacant lota In Washington or Mt Pleasant, worth
$0,000 to $12,000. toward which 1 will trade a valu
able business property in Leavenworth, Kan., and pay
balance in cash. I will give one of the best bargains
ever offered. Address Box 38, City P. O. JaiMJt
W ANTED?FURNISHED HOUSES F
HOUSES FOR CUSTOM
ALL MODERN TX
. zooms; worth $4,500
, Star o Ace. Ja&^t*
TXT ANTED?BRICK HOUSE, MOD. IMPS., EIGHT
II to tsn rooms: also, one d ' im
11 to ten rooms; also, one ril to eirht rooms, ,eU
f f top northwest, ud w#rt o* 14th s*.? worth from
AT THK LONDON AN DLIVERPOOL CLOTHING
"WANTED-WITH REFINED FAMILY. BY GEN
* T tJeman and wife, one or two furnished or unfur
nished Rooms withgood board ani convenient bath;
exchanged; no boarding-house. Address
Bo* 80, Stor oOoi. Ja7-St*
5,uTtl>e'm<rfOTW; referent exchanged. A^r?-n.
NTW>?ITSFURNISHED ROOMS FOB UQHT
\\ houirtWinir. any I^rtofth. city^ fnrnUhrt
'^XTISS AUEXCY. 612 9th st ?.w.
T*TANTED-FOR CLIENTS-I A)T8 FKOM 5 CENTS
??to il per foot; and hou^* from $1,000 to
1^.000. We make a fffteoinlty of proi>erty at i>ricea
named. J. A. SETTLE & CO., 1222 F ?!. JaH-lw.
WANTED-A WHITE POODLeTFEMALE, FOR
which a liberal price will be paid. Address J. E.
W. E? 324 3d st. s.w. It*
W ANTED?TO BUY A SMALL RESTAURANT OB
rent a private house suitable for such . state price,
rent, and locatiou. Address J. H? Star office. It*
Y1TANTED?LADIES TRY "ORANGE BLOSSOM"
*1 a sure cure for female diseases; also Dr. McGill's
"Blood Ilirifler" cure* malsria; 100 doses # 1. sample*
free. Mrs F. A. BAILl'.Y, sole agent, 31< A st. n.e.,
WANTED?A HOB8E~FOR LIGHT WORK FOB
J' hi* keep; beat of care; plenty to eat. Addreaa
HOBKE, Star office. 11*
WANTED^CORNET-A, B, 0 OR 0 SEOOND
vv hand. In good condition. Addrosa, statin* prica
and where it can be seen J. W. 8., Star office. Ja9-3*
\*r ANTED?tFOB STRICTLY FREE-HAND
11 Crayon Portraits call at my Studio and Sales
rooms and see specimens; yon will be convinced that
yon have never seen the genuine crayon work before,
weekly or monthly payments taken. I Ticca ?10
to #50. Satisfaction guaranteed. H. B. SMITH,
Artist. Studio and Salty*rooms, Massachusetts ave.
aid 6th st. n. w. 0|<en until 9 p. m Ja9-6t*
\ttanted-to purc hase direct fboiTthe
11 owner, on monthly paymenta, five or mora acrea
of land, improved or unimproved, on the line of the
Metropolitan branch, anywhere between W ashiugton
and Rockville. Address with full particulars, H. C.,
Navy Pay Office, Washington, D. C. Ja8-2t
W ANTED - GOOD SADDLE HORSE^APPI.Y AT
923 F at.; second floor. front. ja8-St*
WANTED-TO BUY BABY LOJiGCLOTHES AND
11 other children'* clothes second hand. Answer E.
L. V., Star office. Ja8-2f
\E7 ANTED?GOOD SECOND-HAND CLOTHING,
v l for which highest cash prices paid, also runs, pia
tols, watches, 4c., at 1301 llth at. i.e.
WANTED?HORSES TO KEEP; BOX8TALL8
personal attention. Order box at Price's Stable,
311 6th st. n. w. Farm, 7th st. road, eight miles from
city. O. H. P. CLARK, Sligo, Md. #10 per mo. d24-lm*
LAkKEY'S Loan Office, 201 Peun. ave., oornerUd st.
n. w. my26
\17 ANTED?VISITING CARDS, 7?0. FEB HfN
11 dred; WeddingTards and Address dies, low rates.
KERVAND'S, 1012 Pennsylvania ave n w. dl2-lm
WANTED?EVERYBODY SUFFERING FROM
Smoky Chimneys to know that 1 guarantee to
cure them or no pay required. Ranges, Furnace#and
Latrobes made to teat or no pay. W. E. DANTE,
1413 17th st. n.w. d!3-3m
\V ANTED?STEAM CABPET CLEANING AND
" Renovating Works: Feathers Renovated, Mat
tresses Made Over. Furniture Steamed, and Moths De
stroyed F.H.YOUNGS, 1402 Pa.av.,Telephonc 1008-2.
AITANTED?H. BAUM PAYS THE HIGHE8T CASH
11 prices for second-hand Furniture. Carpets and
Feathers. Entire Household* a Specialty. Address
219 7th at. a. w. dl
\*TANTED-TRY OUR BUTTERINE AT 20 CENTS
i" per pound; warranted not to yet strong (like fit
ter) for a month, or money refunded. Families served
at residences regularly in all parts of the city. Send
i-stal for free sample. Stalls 328. 3CO ar.d 330 Center
Market (look for tne decorated stalls), opposite Gul
den'* fish stalls; also 4til G st.n.w.; Telephone, (143-2
or 96-5. WM. C. 8CRIBNER. n26-2in,JI
YF ANTED?IT KSOWN THAT FRESH ALDER
11 ney Butter is churned every morning andde
livered in H lb. "Ward" prints, 50c. per lb, Also Cot
tage Cheese and Buttermilk. Sweet Milk 5c. per quart.
For sale-an old established bacon
business, with a growing trade; to the right man a
good chance; small capital required. Address Box 43,
Star office. Ja9-0t*
^lOLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND.
TO RAILWAY CONTRACTORS.
The Government of Newfoundland invited tender* for
the construction and operation of a line of Railwsy in
the Colony of about 250 miles in length Full particu
lars and other information as to conditions ot pro
posed contract can be obtained on application to
MEH8B8. SEWARD. DA COSTA * GUTHRIE,
Solicitors, 2!* Nassau st.. New York. Ja9-eo3w
1MB 8ALE?OOAL AND WOOD YARD IN 3LUD
ing ground, 50x95; all in complete order, with
brick office; scales, stable, bins. 4c.. in northwest.
Immediate possession. Address Box 105, Star office.
DO YOU WANT TO GO IN BUSINESS? IF SO.
here is the t**t chance for a good man with small
capital. Will sell jiart or take a partner in an old and
JaS-3t* M. B. H? Star Office.
A SPLENDID INVESTMENT is offered in the Dis
tribution Policy of THE MUTUAL LIFE INSCE
CO. OF NEW YORK. It is simple and liberal, and
pays better than Government bonds.
Call and read the policy.
WM. P. YOUNG. Agent,
ja i -3t 1303 F street n.w.
A GOOD INVESTMENT?STOCK IN THE WASH
INGTON CATTLE COMPANY. Shares #100 each.
A limited number to be had only. Dividend, 12 per
cent last year. For information apply to either D. H.
SMITH, GEO. J JOHNSON. E. G. DAVIS. W. W.
BUBDETTE, Dr. J B. G. CUSTIS, W. A. YATES,
JOHN A. Ll'TTltEIJ. or S. L. HEMP8T0NE. Ja5 ttt
FOR SALE-DRUG STORE ON EASY TERMS;
small payment down and balance monthly: old es
tablished. HERRON 4 RAMEY
d28-lm 1307 F st. n.w.
FOR SALE?FIRST-CLASS STEAM LAUNDRY,
well established; reason for selling, poor health.
Address G. M. D., Star office. Ja3-6t*
Robert e. frey, broker;
1319 F st., Washington, D. C.,
Dealer In District Bonds
JaH-tSt* and all Local Securities.
I^OK RENT - ELEGANT OPENING FOR A LIVE
man, 221 Pa. ave. s.e., large store-room and fine
dwelling of 8 rooms aliove, with all modern improve
ments; only ANO; best location for any kind of busi
nesw in E.w-l Washintrton; will b?-<>me vscant by Janu
ary 1. Apply to WELLER h BEPETTI,
(128 326 Pa. ave. s.e.
I^OR SALE, BENT OR EXCH A NGE?HOTEL
Property known as the "Braddock House," in Alex
andria. va. 1 he house u> on Fairfax and Cameron sts.,
conveniently situated to ferry and railroad station.
The house contains 159 rooms, including four stores
on Fairfax st. front. Bar Fixtures. Billiard Tables,
Crockery, and considerable Furniture can be pur
chased at low rates. T his property will be sold on
very liberal terms. For further particulars apply to
GREEN 4 CUNNINGHAM.
d!2-lm* 1405 F st
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
OB BALE OB EXCHANGE-A FARM OF 383
jx re*^situated ln Meherin, Lunenburg connty.Va.;
1X1R SALE-LOVELY IO-ROOM COTTAGE AT
Washinifton Grove, on Oak and Grove ave. Price,
only $2,000. Easy terms
WHITAKEB 4 WHITAKEB,
>8-3t 1307)4 F st
Fob sale-to settle an estate, a high
and sightly trsct of land of 24 acres, well watered
and mostly covered with chestnut timber, aboat 3^
miles from W ashington. Price, #65 per acre; one
third cash, balance in 1,2, and 3 years, or sll cash for
#5n per acre. Would make excellent garden, fruit or
dairy farm, or convenient and healthy residence for
person in business in Washington city.
. ? T.H. 8YPHERD 4 CO_
Ja8-5t 1321 F st^n.w._
Fob sale-desirable farms in Maryland
and Virginia; Send for description. WM. P. YOUNG,
1303 F st n.w Js7-10t
For sale?tio.ooo, belvoib manor, fur^
nished, one hour by rail to Baltimore or Wsehing
ton; 365 acres. Address OWNtR, 1310 Mass. ave.
Fob sale-a hotel of 40 booms, 394 acres
of ground, situated on a high elevation, in a beauti
ful grove, one of the most prominent points on the
Metropolitan Branch of the B. 4 O. railroad. There is
aVood deal of furniture goes with the hotel, for which
there is no additional charge. A. P. HILL 4 CO.,
1338 F street. Ja7-1 w
FOR-SALE OB EXCHANGE ? FOB CITY OB
country property, cotton plantation of 620 acres,
situated In East I elicianna Parish. Louisiana. For
particulars apply W. E. OOVEBT.9210 st a.w42-2w*
embracing two tracts of land, and 21K acres
each, on the 14th st. road, just south of Brightwood.
Will sell as a whole, or in separate tracts. The pro
posed railroad out i th st will render this property
For price, terms, Ac., apply to
de27-2w i. T. DYER.H 304 F st.
1?OR SALE-handsome COTTAGE AT "BBOOK
lan d," Just finished; eight rooms, cellar, bath and
attic, with 15,000 feet of ground; near station; a
pleasant suburban home; price *4.800, on easy terms.
Apply to LElGHTOK 4 PA1BO, Trustees, 482 Louis
iana ave. d22-lm
TT'OR SALE-WEST BBOOKLAND LOTS- ALL ON
T this side of railroad; directly opposite University
grounds, st Brooks station. Met. Branch B. B. ana
near termination of electric road; beautifully located
and the cheaiiest suburban property now in the mar
ket. For plats, 4c? call on WALKER 4 WILSON,
1006 Fat. n.w. dl8-lm
|R SALE-NEAR STATIONS ON METBOPOLI- I
F)R 8ALE-165CHOICF. SELECTIONS OF FARMS
and SMALL COUNTRY HOMES, In immediate
vicinity of Washington, finely adapted to FARMING,
TRUCKING, DAIRYING, or FRUIT GBOWING. Call
or send for new bulletin Just issued.
n23-3m T. H. HYPHEUD 4 OO., 1321 Fst
*EH)B SALE?40 ACRES OF LAND, M MILE FBOM
X Benning's, D C.; fine water, splendid farm, small
Helming a, D. u.; hue water, splendid farm, small
elling. For particulars address MARION DUCKETT,
is tee and Attorney -mt-Law, Bladenaburg, Md. n9-3m
THE -MUSICIAN" who IS WAITING fob a
"Special Bargain" In a Hallet 4 Davis Upright
Piano will please call this woek at 811 9th at ia7-3t
WM. WILLIAMS, geo.W. MoELFBESH, AUTHOK
iaed Private Detective Agency. Communications
promptly attended to and strictly confidential. Offias
opensllttoura. W. WILLIAMS, Manager, 926 Fn.w.
t4T7 ALYDORA," THE ONLY EFFECTIVE PREPA
IV ration for developing the bast Attenuated and
undeveloped forms mads plump and beautiful. Never
fails. Used externally. No instrtunents. Change per
ceptible in a week. MME. WILBUR, Inventor and Sola
Manufacturer, 703 lftth o.?. d31-lm*
/ 1IVIL - SEBTICX EXAMINATION QUESTIONS
aoUi at respectable prioea. Addrass or caUaTttl u D ^
R BENT?TWO USFURNI8HED PARLOR*.
?, with or without ft?rJ Also. corner
able lor business. WOo Sth st u m.
OR REST?HANDSOME 8UNXT FRONT ROOM,
with alcove, on SM-ond fl.xw aim. room on flrst
floor,board iTdmni 1014 15th *t. n.w., overlook
ln( McPberson square. J*9-3t*
F)R RENT?1316 MAM ATI NW.,ONE URGE
pleamnt room, furnished. to one or two r*nt)?
men. with board if desiml. J?B-#P
P>R RENT?PINING ANP KITCHEN WITH 1
bed-room. 318 C st. iw.,bri. 3d and 4H st* . lo
cation eligible for parties dunmr the lnaiMfuraUon. 1*
JJOR RENT-TWO 8HTS OF 3 RtXlMH EACH,
r without board. references required and fivm Kill
4th at. restaurant within three door*. JaM-3t*
1> >R RENT?729 9TB 8T N W . Mi l I K ?>F
-T Kooma on Arst floor Alao, one (Toot Room on third
floor, all nicely furnished. jaH-Sl'
FOR RE NT?FN FUR N1KH KDFOR PHYSICIAN
or dentist?lanre parlor on L'd flvn r. one laiy" bed
room and una medium siae on 3d floor. Addre**
P)R RENT-NICELY FURNISHED BOOMS. WITH
Arst-cUas board. ?t Hlfi U at n w. >4-?t'
P>B RENT?LARGE PARI,OK. HANDSOMELY
furnished aa parlor and bed-room; j<ortier?* con
emUag bed-room; on line of car*, and near boardiu*
houses or ratarar; rent, Including latrol>e lire andjna,
?20 a month. 1721) 14th at., bet R and S. >8-3f
1X)R RENT?3 GRANT PLACE. WHOLE SECOND
floor, consisting of three newly-furnished and
bath, well heatsd, excellent location. ia'- -12t*
DOR BEST-TWO HANDSOMELY Fl RMSHED
I room* on ssooad Soor^ centrally located, private
family. 620 6th St., bet. Fand G ats n w. )a.-3f
For rent-parlor and bed room, second
floor, bnvlit, cheerful well furniaiied. all home
comfort* aiutable for members of Ouutfreaa. price
very low. 811 9th at. n. w. Js.-rtt
F~ ORRENT-BEAUTIFUL ROOMS. SINGLE OR EN
suite. In private family, furnished. larve double
corner house; south and *a*t front. open Are-j lsco*
in averj room. References required. 1101 K n.w.
>4 1 w*
IX)R RENT-DESIRABLE FURNISHED ROOMS.
' 180X1 at. >3-lw*
F)R RENT ? ROOMS - ONE LARGE SECOND
atory front room with board. oi>?n Are. 1017 14th
at. n.w. >2-1 m
1?OR RKHT-l 140 CONN AVE. N. W. BRIGHT,
checrful and well furnished front and back r?>otiia,
with first-class board. table tioarders desired Term*
moderate. reference* required. til S-8w*
1?OR RENT?1328 I ST7v W.OPPOSITE FRANK
lin isrk, two pleasant front rooiua with flrst-claM
board. references exchan??(L n24-6w*
F)B RENT-A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
Room, with heat, tout, bath and atttendance. sult
ahle for ona or two pentlemeu. At 1112 H at.
1J*OR RENT?9.13 O 8T N w.7 H K NDSOM EI.T
fumiahed Rooma and lance Parlor* with open
flre placc and furnace heat. aujtable for Senators and
OR B EST?1406 H 8T. N.W, FUR NI SH ED
rooms. simrleoreti auite. private bath. open Area,
table board. reference* exchanged. u!4-2m
FDR RENT?1002 14TH ST., I.AR(.E NEW STORE
with cellar; dwelling above and brick '
rent very#low to auitable j?rty. t. C. CI/T TWt^
TX)R RENT-ELEGANT STORE^ANP DWE1XINO
r w corner oi 10th and O itn. n.w.; (iwellinir con
tains io rooma and all mod tope, large ^ature^ ^
cenj; .table Ui mar; wi^rent
ssS s =^bg
FOR RENT?OFFICES. _
ISoR RENT?OFFICE OK STORE?7'J."> K.TH ST.,
; under VSelcker Hotel, a very d<?irable location.
A. P. HILL A ( O ,
>7-1 w 1 :*38 F atreet.
I~^OR RENT?OFFICES?THREE OFFICE BOOMS.
ainifle or en ?uit?. at 1407 1" at n.w., near the
Treasury. will be rented cheap to dcwirable tenant.
Ja5-lw JOHN SHERMAN A CO.. 1407 Fat.
F>B RENT?SEVERAL FINE BOOMS, 006 UTH
at. n w., oppoaite BoaU'ti Dry Oood? Houie. suita
ble for dental-rooiua, modiHtc, or other buaiiiewi pur
IKises. HARDING A WAXERb, 600 11th at. n.w.
F)B BENT-THE CATHOLIC BENEFICIAL s<i
ciety Hall; entertainments or w? iety tne<tiuifs.
18th at., bet M and N at* n. w.: terms reaaonable.
Apply to CHAS. H. JOHNSON. 2116 N at n.w. >8-3*
IJ'OR RENT ? A FINE, BRICK STABLE, FOUR
stalls and ample carriage room, two coachmens'
rooms. 1318 Stanton alley, rear of Hamilton H?<w.
Apply at office of the Portland. Ja2-2w*
F>& RENT-RKAR 1224 14TH ST sTw.. R<x iM
for four horses and vehicles. excellent condition,
with all convenience*. rent very low if taken at ouu*.
H L RUST, 1008 F at u.w. d!4-lm*
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS OF FROM tLOOO
R. E. PAIRO,
d27-l m Attorney, 482 Louisiana ave.
EAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
SAFE AS U. 8 BONDS
SIX PER CENT, PAYABLE OUARTE&Ll
IN SUMS A100 TO *1.000.
SMALL PREMIUM CHALUUX
;t,000 ON REAL ESTATR.
""oOO fja?l THOS. E. WAGGAMAN.
Mosey to loan on Washington city
real estate at 5 and 6 per cent
CHARLES W. HANDY.
_Ja5-lm 921 F at. n. w.
A90.000 in sums to suit at 5 per cent.
(20,000 in sums to suit at 6 per cent
On real estate security.
Mortfra^rea and monthly note* aecured on real estate
bought. BEALL, BROWN A CO.,
_>4-3m 1321 F at
roNEY TO LOAN
OS REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
HILL A JOHNSTON.
Ja3-3m 1503 Pa. ave. n.w.
LOANS-MOXEY TO LOAN IN SI MS TO SUIT.
(jWi.NN A NEWMAN.
Real Estate Brokers,
dl9-lm Atlantic Buildiiur.
Money to loan at five per cent on \p
proved Real Eatate security. Ijirye amounts a
apecialty. TYLER A RUTHERFORD,
diy-lui* 1307 Fat n.w.
Mosey to loan.
geo. A. JORDAN,
Successor to Wkiuker A .Ionian,
dlR-lm 1417 F st.
Money to loan on good real estate
security in a urns to suit; chsryns nominal
ALBERT F FOX,
dl5-lm 920 Fat. n.w.
ONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED REAL Ett
d!2-4m JllHN SHERMAN A CO., 1407 Fat
ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL est ATE IS SI MS
J. to ault, at lowest rates of interest; no delay when
L-urity ia (rood. o. C. GREEN, 303 7th at. n.w.
Money advanced to buy homes, ob to
pay off mortrares. Ion* time and no riak. Mort
trsirescanceled in the event of death- easy monthly
payment*; a little more than rent will buy a home.
Call for circular and full explanation
n28-3ni* SMITH A 8IBBALD. 629 F at. n.w.
Money to loam in amounts to suit at
lowest rate on approved security.
n21-3m geo. W. L1NKINS. 19th and H sta.
Money loaned, in sums to suit, fob s,
10, 15 or 20 yeara. Easy paynjents In the
event of death loan is canceled without further pay
ment, and property turned over free of incumbrance.
The plan oi the United Security Life and Trust Oo?
of Philadelphia, ia the best ever aeviaed to enable par
ties to own their homes for the ordinary cost of rent.
Call for a circular and full explanation.
se24-?m F. H. SMITH A SON. Atfeuta, 1222 F at
Money to loan
IN SUMS F'ROM $500 UPWARD,
AT THE LOWEST RATES OF INTERE8T
REAL ESTATE IN THIS DISTRICT.
R. O. HOLTZM AN,
ati?2 Corner 10th and F sis. n.w.
Mosey to loas
In sums to suit, at lowest rate* on approved real
estate aecurity. FITCH, FOX A BROWN,
o20 1427 Pennsylvania ave.
Money to loan
AT LOW EST RATES OF INTEREST
ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
TH08. J. FISHER A CO..
?eft 1324 F at n.w.
ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AT LOW
ap24 Successor to DANENHOWER A SON. 1115 Fat
J* S* Blankman,
BANKER AND BROKER,
No. 1405 r at B.V.
Order* executed on all the Exchancea.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions and Petroleum.
PRIVATE WIRES TO NEW YORK AND CHICAGO.
Interest allowed on deposits.
W. CORSON. JNO W. MACARTNEY.
Member N. Y.Stock Es.
CORSON A MACARTNEY,
GLOVER BUILDING. 1418 9 ST. N. W,
Bankers and Dsalsr* ia Government Bonds,
Dcposd ta Exchange. Loans. Collertiona.
Rallrosd Stocks and Bonds, snd all securittoa listed
on the Exchanges of New York, Philadelphia, Boston
and Baltimorebourht and sold.
A specialty made of investment securities. District
Bonds and all Local Bail mil. Gas, Insurance sad Tsl
'imM^^BeUtTUepboue Stock botyht and Mtajyll
jptOMMIaSIOHEB OF DEEDS FOE EVERY STATE
^0^MjajSlkU Tt. VgSMtKBVuL'
TOR 8ALE -LOTS.
A lure number <?f l.?ta In all i-arts of the citt imi
ooiuuitu H'i? Lt?. m. R.T.m
tlirluo Heights and fciw (terrains " M-rulu
HU1 Uett-?tJ t?EO. W LINklNH
P* LBA ' Al V ?0 TEETFBOWT.
'. y**!? -l?t rt- betaeen O and P it a,.ld at one?
ViScfa 4 psr* ^ "jKF
"E?OR HALE-CoRXER LOT ?M?. SEAR DtTOKT
# rtrrie. aurrounded by flu* mkl UM, Just the kit
I'Utk 'T vr l,>u'P K *t . bet (Vun are. ai3
]. , .V";." f??! 4 K'ta vu P at , i<?at ir?fc
rkukeknT ii & ?s i^vSc* prprw,i. i?
"CV)H RALE-* HOICE I XT NORTH RIDE OF K,
j* I""} -''i "!? Si* ? ?????"; tn .man
"* ?!*?' ! ' lot* on tli.' north ?|J. ..I
?jkb^*^rilfr * HaiapahiM avenue, tlil>rii|
ment. k ? uudst of rlnrai t unxivew
I"'!' "? " I. LEIPOLD. i;M>0 F at. u.ar.. 2d f!.?*
I runt. Jaf-Clt
.M x 1 K u - hokeTx?kser lotI
In Uie Uurthaeet tauuii
ta-wh. p. youwo,
.*,7-<R 1 WW Eat aw.
"C?l>R HALF- HANDSOME Bl TLDINU LOT-O s?
a.-'jC' nc"1-',l,u:?t. front. at> Oixi
SltlOER* UEBKKMAHK. 130SFak
?^Jt:*AaMFICENT HI 1LD1NG lAtfl
through A p Jte*" 1 aland ave., ?rnniiii.?
#5 Noo *? lau? and 14th et a w . only
~ ~ ?*? l?* ??
_)a.>-rtt HEIHEELL* MoLERAN. lOOHFst n.w
PnW.'1 i 8H,'KT Lot, sm eeet front ox
* . " r?-a~r, M , will sell aula,. 10 ,ta?.
Wh^Lk?rla /jk1* JOKDAS. Sue. e*euc
to wtulakerk J.>rdan. 1417 Eat. Ja5-?t
FOR SALE ? It 1S( ELLANEOUS.
1^1? *ALE-* PARLOR ORCH1 - I SOKE (OMOAX
A .***} ""*? can play the ch?Ufal tiuai. al ?ret ,?
ironi tliia tnatmmeut from the txaular tialiad w> no
c"lf1th m?afc |1?0; will m-U
fi r il(Khn?h ( ?11 ?t tiOlJ 1 Rt bf ktur 4 |viii It*
J'Vh!<J|AJi Jr?T ARRIVED KK(?M V1MO.su 10
wuit*ble for all i urt-ow# in
mar ot lUK 14th ?t. u w. Jal'-tit*
ST.iCK AND n\Tl RJ>..K A ElNK
?T^ ^Liau ?'? r?'. a nr?t, .?? tn.ji
"Sr ,fluTd twou^r k ? u:i.
hii;K "*150 ^H-L 1,1 Y hok*f ? A(. n
IVIm-'Vum ? '??!>". drivoT ti t in
??**? lW-1 Mth itt., 1 ~ ui, tlili* arck )u>? vt"
Vol; SALE - MAHTIEF MAI.I lllnl \ii< \\
r and Hilda (H. C Sclhuau,. n'.ruthio.d .
V ^ UmiJ b,oit- K?- 317 ISUTa* Vw
^ XSV.y AM A CKl'SHED Cukk
X ~o buahela. < J ,?o Orilci* j-romi-tly
A. K. * lLLl AMn ft <V?..
tilo ?tli at. u w.
t>OR HALE?ONE SITE IX OAK Hil l. < EM*
co"t' AddM OAK HI1J~ Bur (
1>>)< SAI.E- AN 1 si AHLIKHI I) WOOD ASln xKl.
. \ard in Oounmowu; lattar, l?l Uraltli.
A H TAVLOK. 1224 Fat. n w.
F>;K RAI 1 1 I K HOI1SI s' \ \l \i.> ,,1 [,.
tbur?>i)t:u]y bi\>keD. aimi i-unur^ autd tiuiifM. tu
jrt?o<i ord? i mhJ mi]d Iihi mmm- t'WU?*r ham no
ui* lor tlKTin. Inquire sl,\A1 L tS J ABLLe .'-M><11*1?
IJHJK HALE?A 7-OCTAVE ( HK'KI KINO s*jl Aiife
"atlu tor (. ij, at ouriiiano aar. rc?.i.m
. ? . . EE'LU E EK ft CN IN LIEF,
_Ja?-lm* 1 v.u E at. n. w.
F'OR SALE-A BEAVTUTL BLA? K MARI ERoM
Mivinta. bix }eai>. old x. rj- fln?.f..r aaddl* and
oriMiiff, *150?aaii Call il rear 1.10 14tli at. u a.
?poi - VI } \ J WIM l\,, >, ,1 1 H K, ,h ] h K
A wmtj-r will m II cheap tb*-:r two liorMM our u a
l^rtwt liay. faiuUy. n*<idle, and cuu|* bursa. N mra;
lti haiidit, ftmud, tffutte. aud a trvr traveler, the otlifr
m a Kr?MHi huMiiiCHM home will utaud without tinw.
alHo ? ^?_M>d I?avtou. a very hue t<?|> huinr>. coat iMt
May ; a |H>uy lihaetoti, k>m! a* uea . net
Kiu?rle comie harut'aa, two aeta huior) hanje-^
lap ixdie. hlunketa, lie. All are auiwrtor aru<lea. Will
be sold for leaa tUaii value.
. - o., Aw4jr at Private 8Ul>le,
_Ja?-3t Hear l&llKat. aw.
F?K RALE-AX EXCEPTIOXALLY FIVE RAD
<Ue Borae. well-bred; handaom* . .youua. apint?*d
*nd yeutle A|>|ily to 151 it H at. n ? JaT-iit*
Il?OR RALE-1 NCVCLoPEliI A8?*ll\ E bi 'HooL
< ullareii a L^rlier 4Mlu<*atlou. Jainea I%rtou. tha
celebrated laMor*aii and bi<arrai>b**r, uyii "that LU ?-very
liouae mli-r< there la | lae.-d a ant oi ArpleUiu'o i v. lo
tiedia it la like aeudiuir the a hole fan illy to <x.ll<w?.?
1 liia work, all the volume*, can la- obtaii.etl at ?ne on
(liiall nionthU iwyiuelita b) adilreaaiiur ptial < l(B. a
Bok IttKI. Dinerent ediUona. all 1'rleea, Jk.i t. l2
I^OR HALE?RlN"(iIX(i BIRDS. BIRD E<? >D. AND
? atfex. Uold-El.th, Ayuanuu.n, and li?h E.-?l
l*i*e*t aaaorti.u nt in the cltj at R< HM1D S hird
Store, 12th at.. 2 doora aouth o! Pa. ave. d.l 2ui
I^OR RALE-A GREAT ;OPH)Rl I N I I \ \ BE AI -
^ tlful and ehvant, L<?rl> lie*, upriirht ?rraii<1 I'laijo;
TS octaves, all the lieat iniproveinente. eiqulaltc ton*
gualitiea. and atandn aolidly intune.vuat ?4'?0 if
void at once can be bought for 1200 caaL. The uauac,
an ex-ollicial, h> leaving the city.
Thi* la a rare chance fur a barvain.
Guarantee of fire year* iriven t<. currhaaer
Can be aoen al
THE PIAXO EXCHANGE,
NEW \A ABEHIXJMR,
_d20 Ml :t I'a am
Voli RALE AT THE NEW YORE CAKRIAGl
J. and Harne** hejH^itoi^. irreat twr^aiiiH tu t^r
riiycea, Coaj^nt, huttr\*-n, Hh'urliis Bellh. I'luuiea. KlU-h,
w hliw, ti ait era. and iilanketa. i.-oarhuien'a Dai* * an?l
E'ur Bobea a ?|t-ciall) *, E. GLYLR, iTop.. *<>0 Pa.
Ij*OR 8ALE-<25 TO #15(1 CAN HE RAM II HT
buyitiK Plani wand Oriralif from ua. Me liave the
following ap>viml lnducemeni. to offer- One 1'iTWht.
#200: one Square, four n und comera. |lk"i one
oliKhtly uxed Hallet fc CmuBton, #2H5. worth *4.'4i
Hquare irianoa taken in exchatiK> . |>iauoa b>'inrht, r?
Bired and tuned HI'GO WokCU fc CO., V25 Ttli at.
huier Piano Airenta. oKt-Oiu
?,OK SALE-WE HAV E JCH1 RECEH ED THRE*
caBeii of \iolina, Bowa. Rtrintrx, Cellow and lia?"<-?
Violin* from #:S to *1<KI, Cello* frvui #10 t<. a .oi
Bow* Jroni #1 to #25. UI GOWORCH k tV.. Ilu
l*irter, W25 ?th at n.w. ocKt-tfm
IX>R SALE-PRICE LIST OF AMERICAN W IN EH
Per Gallon. Per Oallon.
saeet Catawba. ?0c. Zmfandel Claret 4 1 00
Rweet Angelica #1.5(1 Buriruudy Claret l.M
Rweet Muwatel 1.5(1 Norton's Va. Claret . 1.5(1
Rweet Maliora 1.5(1 Hock |.DO
Rweet Rhern' 1.5(1 Champatnie.qta .dor. 1". (??
Sweet Port 1.5(1 Chauiimtrnc iiiuta Itt.Otf
Foreiirn wine* and conlial* at cuimiiy 1, *
Agencj^for the celebrated "TRIMBLE PI'RE Klj
H A. HELIGHON,
12th and penna avenue n.w.
Telephone, 114-2. n24-wka,<iia
J^OR BALE?THIRTY HEAD OF HuRsER.JlHT
arrived from Leuuirton, Ky One pair <if dapi le
Biy horv?, 1 t.H hand* hiarh. Oue |?ir of hay a. 15>4
ud* hlKh; call trot a mile in three nunuVea s.x
i'oui* honx-a; two xad(U'-ra Ten bonie* a-eiyluiuf
from 1,:<50 to 1,450. Can be aeen at JOHN SIM
MONS' Stable. 311 12th*t.u w. J2W Vw
tL?OB~BALE-ONE VERY FINE SXTENslOK
I Brouirhani and two fine Cocpe RorXawaya. which
we offer very low to cloae them out; alao. oue aax ond
hand Landau. Carriatree taken on Btora?e Itei^ainuC
promptly attended to at our new fa< tor). V M ? Air
1 Ell's s( i.Ns,. .mer 14tn and D eta. n.w. d2B-2w*
IJ*OR R *1.E?IMPOltl EI' HALT/ MOUNTAIN Ck
uarj Hi I'd*, hue ainrera. only t'J.'XJ, at the Bird
store, 1 l:t3 7th at. n.w.
d'21-lrn* 8 HARTBRECHT.
1*>B BALE-THE "OTTO" OAs KNGIN1 HK
guires no boiler, avoids all exiienaive aiiendainei
no loss of time. uo hanuJuiv uf fuel. Rend for ctn.ular
and price lint. D BALLALE, A*"t, 731 7th st. nl'i
LOST AND FOUND.
IJ?OrXD-A BENCH OF THREE KEYS. I'TH RT.
and New \ork ave. 11 w ,on a rmtent miK iu*rhU
box.and latch keya. Call at V21 E at n.w 1 >r J F.
Mac ALLIS1 EK. 11?
T OST?ON" MONDAY EVENING I I IWEVN~?
JLi and ti o'clock, a ireiitleiiian'a blatk leather i?? Let
book. Finder will be rewarded by leaving at 1750 M
LOBT-OKE dollar rewav>?flat steel
key: prohkbly iiaaeed in rlove fliurer. Please re
turn to clerk of 1 he Hamiltou, cor. 14th and E_ It*
L~ 0BT-IN O-BT. MARKET. BET. 4 AND 6 P IE.
Dec. 31, pair of jrold Eyeglasses Liberal rewar/
paid if left at atall of JOHN F. VouHT. JaW-3t*
LOST?A LICENRE AR PRODI'CE DEALER TRAD
111* at larve. Please return to owner, ROBERT D.
1 Ah 1 EK, 1213 R at n.w. JaU-2t?
LOST?ON TUESDAY. JAM ARY S. 1KKM. GOING
from 25th and Pennsylvania ave. to 22d and New
\ork ave. n.w., a Pocketbuok containing #5 Rochdale
ticket, with name of oa ner inscribed thereon, aud a
]>air of irold-bowed *i?i-Uclea. Liberal reward paid if
left at 101025th at. n.w. It*
LHOST-DECEMBER 7. A LONG GREEN POCKET
book, contaiuinf over $15. Liberal reward mvaa
il leit at Star office MO **
EfiS)CND-MC 22 LAST h'CKHlionk. CU.V
Htalnliw a aura of money, on Hat. o .cl . owner caa
?e aalue bj iden ufyuiK property and paying chanrea.
Call at 732 3d at- M> 3t<
LB0ST-A GOLD HEAD UMBRELLA. WITH INI
tiala H. W. O., Wedsaaday iiwruiw ?lh met., o?
M at or Maaa ave. Finder will ba suitablj rewardeA
on return to 1301 88d at.?.?. |al? 3t*
OHT-DECEMBER 24,. FROM 1:10 M ARRACHIV
L aettaave. n.e.t small Black-and-tan Duar. cut eant
nniued Dixie. #10 paid aud uo gueeUuua aaaed for hi#
return, or information leadia* to his recovery. JaR-0t*
F~ OL'ND-A PAIR OF EYE-<iLASBEB. OWNER
nan have them by pruvinir property and payUia for
this advertisement. Appl) to A. M LOT HroP. lfc?
ton Dry Gooda House, cor. 11th and F Ha. Jat-21
LGST-OX DECEMBER 28. LABGE ST BERNARD
dor: yellow and white. liberal reward if returned
to KEN NtilV BROS . 12 H at n.e. iaB-L't
? OHT?YESTERDAY, THE 7TH IJ
1 JOold Breastpin with three diamond _
liberal reward will be paid 00 the return ut aame to
Id Breastpin with three diamond setting*. A
1 reward will be paid 00 the return ot aame u
the Star oSoe. >R 2C
LOBT-ON SATURDAY EVENING. JAN. 5TH. A
Ducheaa Lace Handkerrhiet. with a ailk center Be
turn to 1313 New Haiiifhlre avau. attd recx
J)K- '? w ?li;TRC^HERAPErraT.
SPECIALIST T7 U&iiZ*101? "*
Will devote his entire time to the practice at
TRO-L1 BRAT ION. ^
A NEW METHOD,
which la used at home Mat as well aaattha
This method baa proven ItaeT
testa, to be an infslllbl* cure for
pared to GUARAN'l EE A CURI
All diaeaaca. acute or chronic, in all
Wonderfully quick results in Um
HO OKI HEED SITE UP.
I as lacuiable will do wall <