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TUR WASHINGTON CRITIC, THURSDAY
SEPTEMBER 24, 1885.
ISiUMed Dally, Sundays KxctpUd
The Evening Critic Publishing Company
llAI.l.m KIMIOUItN, resident,
W. J-COIT 10WKIIK, Trwimirrr.
It. It. SYI.VlKTttlt, Secretary.
Oilao, XTo. 941 3D Stareeti
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lilCHAIill II. HVLVESTllIt, - l.'dllor.
WASHINGTON, 1). C.SKl'T. 21, 18S3
iiii:m:v vouk nniimi,icANi.
Tlio lie'ittblicnn Convention nt Sara
toga yesterday lulonloil a platform,
which, mnoiig others things, ilcinaiuls
the tuntntciiftiici and extension of the
Hvll-scrvlecliw. There is u iieclnrii
lion against Increasing the Htocl; of
money on n silver basis and in favor of
1r1u.1ll7.l11g goJd and sliver ns one of Ihu
rlileC nlins of our monetary policy.
The jilnlforni calls for protection to
American Industries and the Imposition
of import duties accordingly, rather
than for revenue only. There U a
denunciation of convict labor, and aUo
of the Democratic party in the mutter
of civll-scrvico reform. Tito platform
-would not mind If the National Gov
eminent Mopped In and Improved the
Krlo Canal. The ret of It, except the
one plank relating to the everlasting
Houthern question, is generally local
to New York Stale.
As a whole the platform U a very in
gcniouB piece of political carpentry
works and the most Ingenious plank in It
Ih that upon which the anti-Southern cry
is planted. The framors of the plat
form had ovldently taken a lesson from
the reception which the war cry of the
Ohio brethren received. In that while
General Grant was eulogized, no heed
was paid to his Injunction to bury sec
tionalism and to "let us liavo poace."
The New York platform naively says
"that while we cordially iudor.se the
dying sentiments of the groat soldier
uml ulllen, l S. Grant, in favor of
harmony and good feeling between the
North nml the South, we Insist, etc."
mill in insisting deviously declared that
no attention whatever is to be paid to
the General's dying scnllmouls.
tiii: mndav r.ocK-our.
livery once In awhile soincbj.ly
suggests that it would bo a good thing
for tho working people of Washington
if the libraries and museums and .irt
galleries of tho city could be opened
on Sunday, and just ns often somebody
else, holding that such an innovation
would be unchristian and Irreligious,
promptly puts u veto on the, propjil
lion, and It Is laid on the hhoif again.
This is because public sentiment is
not advanced or aggressive enough on
the subject to keep up tho agitation;
hut there is a marked chnugo of opin
ion going on, and very many persons
who were reared to think otherwise
now have Jjroader and lesj exacting
views of Sunday observance. They see
that many of the institutions which
have been established for tho encour
agement of science, education and a
higher enlightenment, fall far short of
Answering their full purpose, so long
ns they arc virtually closed to the grand
army or toilers, who have tho Mine
interest as the more favored of fortune
in their elevating and Instructive Influ
ences. There can certainly bo no desecration
of tho Lord's Day iu such nn appro
priation of tho Lord's best gifts, as the
opening of new avenues of knowledge,
new methods of thought, new resour
ces of intellectual recreation, neces
sarily implies. Neither, as some of our
htricter Sabbatarian friends arc wont to
think, would such an Innovation inter
fere in the least with tho duties or obli
gations of tho church. It would rather
tend, to greater morality, greater so
briety, greater contentment nnd to all
1ho virtues of a, Christian civilization.
Of what use is the Congressional Li
brary to men and women whoso secular
occupations for six days or tho week
nbsolulcly inhibit their access to its ad
vantages? Of what use, the Smithsonian
Institution or the National Museum, to
men women nnd children, whose time
is their own but one day out of thu
men? Now much of a delight or- a
blessing aro tho treasures of tho Cor
coran Att Gallery to those who are de
nied everything but tho poor privilege
of now and then gazing upon its ex
terior? It in high lime that stronger and bet
tcr ideas prevailed, and wo aro encour
iiged to bcllovo that tho tlmo Is not far
distant when the bars and bolts that
lock out tho people from so many op
portunities of profitable Sunday enjoy
ment the locks nnd keys that ecclesl
iisticlsm has placed upon to many
means nnd sources of self-Improvement
will be unloosed and the doors of tho
Temples of Knowledge thrown open
thai nil who choose may cuter in and
msit stinov .ua.m:stv.
Queen Victoria, even when on pleas
ure bent, hns always n frugal mind.
ShCrt comes by her rigid economy
honestly, She is of the llouso of i Ian
over, and her most intimate associates
liavo bcou tho descendants of German
royal families, who uro frugnl not only
because they como from very thrifty
race, but very often from nbsoluto
The Englishman will always lift his
hat when ho hears a band play "God
Have tho Queen," and Is as loyal to tho
Queen mother ns any subject over w.is
in Xenlty to his sovereign. Hut tho
English nro n hospllablo people and
Jike to see their rulers entortalu visi
tors ns they themselves do thoso who
corao tinder their humbly roofs nnd
hit nt their humbler boards. Tho ap
parent stinginess of tho Quceu Is tho.
only, criticism that ho has to mako upon
that estimable lady. Her lack of hos
pitality li proverbial and n froth i.i
stance of It was furlnhed tho othor dny.
The members of the ltrltlth Associa
tion paid n visit to tlnlmornl. Tho
Queen wns deliberately absent ami tho
distinguished visitors got a slle- of
rold beef "with mustard on," a plena
of bread nnd some beer, it va a long
trip, the members of tho association
were hungry and went away much dis
appointed. They could not bo e.t
peeled to enthuse much over a cold
and skimpy luncheon and a colder re
ception. Victoria could never be elected I'red
dent of the United States.
Tun Gbximta crossed tho lino at
Sandy Hook lightship yesterday after
noon from her moo with tho Dauntless
to Ure.iilon's Itecf olf Newport and re
turn, n distance of three hundred miles.
She, of course, came In tho winner,
the Dauutleps not having been heard
from, Tho weather during the race,
If It be lonlly called a race, was varia
ble, there being at timesllght winds, at
times almost a gale, and again, a heavy
brco70 ,nnd foggy weather, It Is sup
posed that the Dauntless gave up the
content on account of the storm. The
l'uiitan was yesterday bought at auc
tion by .Mr. Iiurgoss, her designer, for
a gtntleman in lloston, the price p.ild
being $l!),Rl)0. These events practi
cally close the yachting season.
Tiilil'resldent's reply to tho letter of
Hon. Doruian 1). Jlnton, iu which tho
latter tenders his resignation as a mem
ber of the board of Civll-Servico Com
missioner, emphasises what Mr. Cleve
land has icpcatedly said beforo In ref
erence to clvil-sorvlco reform, Iu fact
it is the moit elaborate pronouncement
upon the subject which the President
has yet made upon the subject. 1 to be
lieves in the principle on which the
law is based and in tho enforcement
of the law. The most zealous reformer
could do no more.
Thu trouble that Turkey is In will
doubtless prevent Mr. Cox from enjoy
ing that Lotus-like repose which he so
fondly looked forwnrd to and tho Costa
rica of which ho so graphically plc
tiucd before he sailed for the delight
ful shores of tho Ilosphorus. lint he
hns one consolation, lie has mado
himself so solid with Abdul Humid
that he will hardly bo drafted Into tho
Turkish army contingent iu case of
Ai'TKit a lapse of a little more than
two years the Signal Ollleu has resumed
its weather predictions for Washing
ton ami vicinity. They nro much more
dilllcult to make than for Hie extensive
area known as Middle Atlantic States,
but the advantage to the city mora than
compensates for extra work performed.
Wo doubt not this mark of viilerpriso
is fully appreciated.
It is n serious thing for n largo city
to bo without water or with water in
insufficient supply, but citizens may
rest assured that no measures will be
neglected on tho part of the police au
thorities or tho Fire Department for
the protection of property during this
temporary scarcity. Tho city was
never under belter surveillance than It
was last night.
It is stated that a project is on foot
among the young ladies of West Wash
ington to organize a gum-chewing club.
The object is a worthy one as it will
present an artistic displny of gums
which have hcrctoforo been exhibited
in u manner too desultory to insure tho
highest degree of success in tho an
atomy of the female countenance.
No lioriiT the ambitious stntesmenjof
Dakota who would not mind represent
ing that State in Congress whenever It
shall have become a Stale will urge tho
admission of the Territory more ar
dently this winter than over before. If
party feeling on such questions goes
much further tho Democrats will want
to make two or three States out of
Fosn: sacrilegious thief entered Walt
Whitman's stable tho other' night and
stole the harness which, together with
n horse and phieton, wcro presented to
him a few days ngo by tho literary peo.
pie of kthe country. This is too bad.
Wo cannot Imagine anything worse
except for Mr. Whitninu to write a
poem about it,
Tin! friends of General Itobert
Toombs of Georgia aro becoming seri
ously alarmed by his present illness.
He hns been sick for several weeks at
hlsresidcnco in AVashlngton County,
nnd there is considerable uncertainty
about his recovery. Ho is seventy
three years of age.
Mn. D.vvr.Ni'oiiT, tho Kopublicau
candidate for Governor oT New York,
possesses nt least ouo eminent tpiullflca.
tlon for tho candidacy. Helms i full
bar'l and a disposition to tap It.
Tim New York Sun Is ever progress
ive. It has banished tho old familiar
"War Cloud" from Its headlines, and
liow bents riotous reveille on the reso
nant "War Drum."
TllBlil-: Is nothing so well calculated
to inspire n proper appreciation of our
"polluted" water supply as tho pre
vailing scarcity of it.
Tnr. "off year" in politics, from
present Indications, is likely to leave
certain ambitious nolltlciiius very badly
Tiinoi (in tiii! iiAitic itivi:n.
Jts come n lectio cluster, elille,
An' 1ml' ill trlinbly linn';
Ii )' do rlbbuh'a rulsln' now:
1 feels do sllppln' win'.
Domi po' of lulgs nm slmUj-, otitic,
Hey didn't iifetcr be;
An', honey , p'lnt do way nliujd,
I'ii' deo or ejus can't seu,
Un wndtn' In do rlbbab, mow;
Do wutnh'K ixiw'ful chilli
I feel It erci'pfn' up nn' up.
An frirzln' litter kill.
Bar's melts nn' snais nil' Jumi)-o5f, oldie,
Dut makes deen n(' feet xu';
Hut, honey, darls Llotsed rust
Aeroatun t'other sho',
JU coma a lectio cinder, chile,
An' hoi' do d' lum' twits
lilt heirs mo In' to wado do stream,
lilt p'Jntmnotn'w'il tic- llslit.
Say, honey, lookeo dar lis onct,
Acrost on t'other hurj
Dor Man's diiKisst Uiwd wultlii' mo;
I hain't afeard no mo'.
Dar, chile, leggnj I'so all rleht now;
Uar's no mo' rocks nor can',
Nor no weak laics, nor "' him' eyes;
Da Lawtt has Jiolt my hnn'.
Vr.OVLV. IN Or.NMItAf..
l.irt'TSJiAST ISiioDF.t, tho hero of tho
(Isy Henri illJMlor, I oil duty at Port Town
Fiinl, Wnh. T,
.MB. IkwoB Conki.iso declines to ox
ptcss nny opinion on the New York Kepuli
Tub street ears should lisvo placards to
this cffccti "Tills cur can't wslt for lndlos
to klis goixl-hy." Alloiiiia Tribune.
Mn. Josr.rn .'Rrrr.Hsos will liegln lilt
regnlnr reason on tho Mill InsWIH In
Columbus, O., opening with "ltlp Van
Mn. llcwiiu.s receives high praises from
the 1'nll Mull Unzctte for his last gro.it
chorrrlor study, "The lllse of. Silas
TrvNttoN's volume, now In pro, will
rilitnlu no long pncm, hut will Include
icveral horl ones which have nut previ
A ms hi New Yotk calls Ids dog Arls
tldts l.nvemlor licmlrlck Vonlltes Cleve
land, lly the time ha lias pronnuuccil the
iinmo tho ilng Is half n mile away followhn;
the man Mho just whittled. Inter-Ocean.
Captain Oiii.ando II. Ham, and wife of
llihlgeport, Conn., liavo celebrated their
golden wedding by Mtlng off, with a horse
nnd iilintun, to drive over tho route they
followed on their bridal tour fifty years
Cot nt C'ammiu von I.r.viuiN of tho (Icr
man Legation; Count do (l)ldcustolpe,
Cccritary of tho Legation of Sweden and
Norway, and Captain do La Clicrc, of tho
Trench Legation Iu Washington, have ar
ilvetl nt the Hcrkclcy, Newport.
Hon. (Ir.onoi'. V. Joi:.s of Ilastrop, Tex.,
It nl.ctit to oMalilltli himself permanently
nt Cnpperns Cove, In CoryellCo., nt which
place lie linn a fine farm and stock ranch,
it Is snld Hint ho will bo nil Independent
candldalo for Congrots Iu l.nnham's dis
trict. Jlns. Kvn: I'pmin Ci.aiik, tlio editor of
Html litter, It eald to bo tho first lady
who walked from tlio Crawford Hotio to
tho summit of Mount Washington over the
hitdle-pnlli, n dUtnneo of uliio mile.
She pel formed the perilous feat iv few
Amono Tin: prominent hotel arrivals hi
New Yolk last evening wcro Attorncy-den
end Stockton of New Jersey, Woodbury
lllalrof Maryland. cx-Congrossincu l'nijo
of California and lliulcton of Wisconsin,,
(ioveiiior Wctmoro of Ithodo Island nud
ex-dovrrnnr l'ulrlinuks of Vermont.
Tin; (ioni)is op Liiiiuitv, who looked
like a country echoolmnrm on tho old pos
tal cards, has been replaced by the cheerful
eoiuitennueo of Jefferson, with n linking
smile In the comers of Ids mouth ami Ids
ludr parted hi tlio middle. If thcro aro any
joung Democratic dudes the JclTcrsou pos
tal caid will bo hailed with delight. Phil
Tun Hon. Iiia Davknpout, tho Itcpub
llean ucmhieo for (lovernor of Now York,
was bom hi HintStato In Ifll. Ho was
elected Stato Senator Iu 1878, nud ro-elccted
In lbfcO, nnd was elected Stnto Comptroller
In ISM. At tlio last election Mr. Davenport
was elected to Congress from tho twenty
uiuth district. Ho Is a man of wealth, nnd
lies established nil orphan as lum and a
soldleis' homo hi Hath, Steuhcu County,
where ho resides, (lcncr.il Joseph 11. Carr,
tlio nominee for l.!cutcnunt-(lovcrnorlls tho
procent Secretary of State, nnd was tlio ouly
tniulldntc on thu J'cpiibllcnii Stato ticket
elected In 1S.SU. Hon. James AY. Wnds
woith, tlio nominee for comptroller, Is a
native of Philadelphia, and has represented
tho twenty-seventh district of New York hi
Congress several limes.
To-itny In Hluiory.
KniTon CuiTic: Lllio nil poets It was
with a glow of pleasure that 1 saw my lit
tle hlstoilcal Iambic couplet printed In your
ls6iie ol yesterday. I feci encouraged to
launch another one Into tho chcumanihlent
hence. Hence tho subjoined beauty:
'I his day kit year was near tho cmilnnx;
lilt on thick underwear unit woollen sucks!
WAHII.VOTHN.Sept.il. X. I).
Xot In (lie XovrltlfN i:lilbition.
'iho mnihlne that sewed tlio bloody shirt.
The pcrfunio of tho offensive partisan.
The telcscopo to discover tho "Ducliots."
A ilytinmlto machine that will blow up
A patent bai her that can shave without
A telephono that will prevent tlio cen
tral ofllcu fiom brcakln? in.
An Instantaneous photographing ltiachlno
that will eatch-
A dudo'n wall;,
A politician's views,
An Insurance agent's check,
A toner's smile,
A fisherman's catch,
A tramp woiklng. I'hlla. News.
A sliver sevuu-clghtlis of an Iiichloiigand
one eighth of nit inch In diameter was re
cently reinoicd from the eye of (Jeorge '.
Lovcilng at Ilrldgeport, Connecticut. It
had been In his eye for twenty-ono years,
WITHIN Till! III!ACH01' ALL.
Till: WASIIINCTONTiENEl'ICIAr, ENDOW
Amount of lnuraiieu Canlod 5 ),01",.10O.
WHAT Wli HAVE DOME:
We liavo kept all promise.
Wuliuvo pawl all claims In full.
Wo have .ull S'llo,isi to tho fainllloi of
certllleato-holders In their hour of need.
WHAT WE HAVE NOT DONE.
We liavo never mado any humbug prom
ises of cheap Insurance.
Wo bai o never printed u list of merchants
nnd others who Insure with us ko ns to ludiieo
otheiH In follow their lead, but have depended
on tho merit of our plan and mode of busliiosK
Call nt tho ofllco for n circular of rates.
It. 11. DONALDSON!, 1'ioldcnt.
ItOllEUT llAI.U Vlco-l'resldent.
NOllI.ED. l.AIt.N'Elt, Tieiuurer.
ISAAC L. JOHNSON, Attorney.
THOMAS komkii villi:,
I!. I". DL'NCANSON,
WM. .1. STEPHENSON.
LAWIIEMJE a.UI)NEn, Secretary.
Ofllco of tho Asboclatloii No. till l'bt. n. w.
SOUTH OAI'ITO'TaND D RTS. S. W.
fleucral Transfer Aenoy. Safes, Machinery
nnd 1'lato (ilu-s moving n Specialty.
Telephono. a'-Mi. solo
Has removed to his now storo,
No. lilOl F ST1IEET NOltTHWEST,
Wliero ho will ho pleased to sco his friends
mid thu public generally. iuii3
ir-5STllU HKhT MEALS IN THE CITY
ItS ONLY !i.r. CENTS.
Excellent lunch 10 and in cts.
THEUAHI'IELTI HININCJ-ltOOMS, .
008 V St. li. w.
Hooins for rent. Strictly temperance
JcSI-tf W. T. CIIUMI', 1'roprlotor.
HE NOT DlSCOUItAQEI).
When everv other remedy ha failed to euro
DOOLEY'S AOUI! I'OWDEltS.
Warranted to Curo
SHAKINn OH JHIIIH AllllE nnd all Malarial
No Sulpliato (Jidnlno. No Arsenic.
Price 'Co paekaso. For sale hynll Dmcslsts.
1". X. DOOLKY,
tclO-lm SOI I'cnna. Ave. Southeast,
rT" WASIIINOTON, ,(?,. SUIT, 0.1BS5.
kot? In obedience to u call by tho iwpilslto
number ol tho stockholders of tho National
Typographic Company, iiotlco Is hereby alyen
that aitineral ineetlinxof tho fctocklinlilcrs of
aid eninimny will be held nt No. I.VJ list n w,
In Mild city, on IVIday, Iho -tli Inst., nt -!
o'clock )i, m., to consider and taka notion
upon tha fiumtloiiK of ways nnd means to man
iilactui u and Intnxlueo Into uxo tho company't
innchlmw, tho udlMihtlty of removliix tho
irlnclpnlofticu of tho company to Now York
city, nnd tho creation of mi executive commit
tee to net under tho penernl direction of the
Hoard of Directors, lly order of stockholders.
s t' KfOVOMY AND SAI'ETY.
Tor Vapor Stoveii uo only
Tor tlio Host Storo buy tha DANFOUTlt.
DANI'OIITII PLt'lt) CO.,
JySl 703 Ninth t. n. w,
PATENT MIXNKSOTA FLOUR,
l'or sale only by
II. i. KEYWOKTH,
fi2t) ."cventli St., Solo Proprietor.
B.WAS!7lNaT0NSAl'U UI'.I'OSIT CO.,
(1(1 1'enna, Ave. Northwest.
The t'omisiny will rent small prlvnto safes
In Its new
1'IIIE AND HUIlOLAlt-PItOOr VAULTS
from $5 to $100, according to tlr.o.
slher l'latu and nrtlclos of vnluomaybo
stonil nml Insured for nny length of tlmo at
i cry rciwinnblu charges. Jnfl-ilin
1ICNT0N ,t CIIANDLEIt,
Will practice In tho Supremo Court of tho
United Mutes, tho Court or claims, thu courts
or tliu District of Columbia, beforo tho Com
mittees of I'ongriws and Iho Department.
, Offices Nos. 117, !!U and illl Corcoran llulhl
j-LICHT WEIGHT DEItllY HATS,
Tor the early 1'all Trade, S'.'.M, t-X SI and S3.
l'ALL STYLE SILK HATS
Special Attention luvltcd to Our
11. N. STINEMHTZ & SON,
aulS 14)7 l'vnna. Annua.
To nil who nro nuffcrlnR from tho errors and
Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, &c I will send
nieclpo that will curoyoiiFIlL'EOFCHAIWE.
This great remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary In South America. Send n solt'nd-drei-ml
envolopo to tho ltov. Jos. T. Ininnn,
Station D. Now York City.
T (IST-VlilDAYin-ENINfl, septemTieh
Xj is. roIiib from 10th pt iiml La nve, nlone
II t to Centre Jlnrkot block, embroidered
.shoulder lmwl. Howard nt 11:! lltli st s .
Ailvo tlxment of Thrtt Linn under (Ms held
T.10H HENT-TIIIIEE 1'UHNlSlinU OK
X iinfuinhheil rooms on fli-.it or second
tlnors, suitable for Hitlit' hoiisckeeplmr, with
nil imidein Improvcmeiils. Apply Bin North
Capitol street. sc4l-3t
"1?0H HUNT - TOHNISIIE1) HEDltOOMS,
X wlthorwllhoiitboard, for gentlemen; mod
nn Improi ements. 17SW 7th st n w. scJI-llj
"inon HLNT-n UNi't'itNisni:i) dooms,
.I1 ed stnly; nil mod Imps, Iimulro nt l.'l'l
ith sin w. ; sc.'i-at"
I? OH HENT-HANDSO.MELY rtJltXlSIIED
? looms; no ciuc'tliins asked. Address
Mrs. (',.. liilleollleo.
701t HENT-A SUITE OK HOOltS HAND-
' sn.nnlt f HIM, lali, nlr.t,', iii ...ill,., oti.t.l
.. .....V.J .....-.. v.. I'....-,. V...n ..U.L....I.
iiioe iiuMiigeiiiiureu neeo not nppiy. .u
dress P.O. llox 1(, Washington City Post
IiOlt KENT - TllltEE UXI'UItNISIIEl),
; eominiinlentliig looms, modern Improie
ments, !MS Seventh mivol n w npstnlrn. l'.ir
tks wllluhlldreii need not apply. sc'J14t
1j01t HI'.NT-A HANDSOME SUITE OF
. niiailmiutson mcoiiiI Moor; lino largo
1 nrler and bedchamber, furnished; also room
on third Hoar. UMI Mnxs. nve, so3.'-'lt
lOH HKNT-NICE AND CLEAN l'UIt
X nl'hrd rooms, cheap, ut 111 1) M. u w.
Call and examine thorn, to.' J Ot
irOH TlLNT-rUIlNISIIED AND UNFUIt
.1. nlshcd eominunleiitlng rooms, with or
without board. No, -III P.'tlistii w. HoiMt
1OIt HKXT-IH7 11 ST N W, FUKNISIIED
: or unfurnished rooms, with or withmit
lionnl; lnoilern Improvements. - se'JMt
T-OHHENT-ISISUTHSTN W. A Llt(lE,
V i l.ecrful front room, nicely furnlslic I; In
I rlvnto l ii nil I y: terms moderate. iv;.':lt
17011 KENT 118 l'.TII ST N W, A LAltUE,
J' hsnilfomo nud well-l'iindslie'l ro.)!n, ad
joining bath; suitablo for two geutlcneu: also
large hall room. ycWSt"
1uiijiii i ii o.sei li.Mnui.ii uinj.'i-s
' on second floor, eominunleiitlng; tailt'ihlo
lor small family. Apply on premises, in nth
t. umbrella htoro. so!.' 3t
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS,
JiHlH SALE- MY IIOHSH, HUHI.Y-. SHHItY,
X haiuc-s, robes, blankets, etc. Dr. Streul,
ii'.'H I st ii w. H-il -:;t
TOlt SALE-HOI HB AND FCHNITUHK
J? at ll'.'il II st u e; housn has 7 roonn; hot
and cold water and gas; price $.'.500. Koiiat-
lOU SALE-LUNCH, OYSTER. CHSAKS
X. and tobacco rooms; tho best stand In
tho city. Address Oysters, ctltlo office.
17011 SALE-CALHlflAI'lI; I'EItFECT CON
" dltlon; cheap. Address llox Z, Ciltlo
1Olt SALE-A SPAN OF 1ILAC1C MA1IES,
with harness nnd cnbeilette; u bay in.uo
with top buggy nud harnnss; r lino buggies;
e.rnngo giovo anil honso In Folk County, Flu.;
tluoorango lands In Florida; timber lands in
lCintueky nnd Virginia. For cash, or will ox
change lor real estate in Washlnston. 1). S.
Foss, liaost n o. hclU-it
pi'IlE COUNTIIY CIDEll VIXIXAlt FOIt
J pickling, John II. Magruder, 111" Now
York incnue, kqI7-i.'w
A 12-horso power Engine and botlor
Apply.at Crltlo Ofllco,
Attn) tlumtntt of Three Lines under tltU head
Intel Ud three tinusJorSXjenU.
IoirfsALIi-VACANl LOT ONlfsr. 11171'.
. lthaud Mllisis. u, w on easy terms,
lliqulio nl MJ I'.'th st. II, w. iir.'l-et
1?0It SALE-TO CI.OSK'AN F.STATE
.1. A Tiilualila lot on south sldo ot C, be
tween 8d nnd Ij.ii.t8. 'i'lmlmiiroveinenlseon
slst ol a nibstunllal brick dwelling ami brick
ttiihlo. This lot being .".I feet front, with that
width lo uu 18-foot alley, can ho divided Into
tlneo fronts nnd three good nil?) lots, and
III bo sold cheap for cash.
O, C. OHEEN.
f-olC-lw i'.liJj ?' "'.xi
1?01t SALE-HILMJTIFUL SUHUItllAN LOTS
J1 tinxioo feet, fronting Dlndensburg Turn
pike, In slcht of stroot-oant, ?!100; $100 cash,
balance $ft per month. Neat fi-room cottages
built at lowest contract rates; $100 cash,
balatuo In 5 years, or monthly payments If
THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
jy7 IKU F St.. itoorns PandO.
i.1 By AUSTIN V. BHOWN,
ld'.'O V st. n. w.,
40,000 feet of ground on lllth st. n. w., bet.
Scott Clrclo audit st nnd (10,000 foot on N.
II, nve., bet. Dupont Cirolo and L st. Several
first-class liouses, ranging lu price from $10,
001) to SI 00.000. olO-tf
1' 71011 SALE-TVfT HANDSOME D. W.
. brick houses, il rooms and bath, with
lino cellar; good tcmintH, rondy. at $.10 per
month each. Price, SklW each, Address
lioxW., Ciltlo olliee. seils'u
A (.plendld three-sloi-y nnd basement brick
duelling on Maryland are, bet 1st audiM
tin ii e, containing la rooms and every mod
ern linpiovement; largo lot, etc; price. JS.OCk)
A handsomo two-story and cellar brick house,
containing u rooms nnd bath-room; every
modem convenience; lingo yard, etc; on
noi Hi sldo of French street, bet Dtli nnd 10th
and Hand Ssts; new ,$'!,.10i)
A nlco two-story press brick house with every
convenience, on 1 st, bet i-'lth and U-Mliu w;
That elegaiitly-flulshod dwelling on thusw
corner of tith and I stsn w; Just completed!,
eontnliig 10 rooms und fine cellar; every
tiuxti in convenience; tho ouly remaining
ono of thu four, tho others weio all sold ho
foio eompletlo , i..VW
Also u lung list of other deslmblo property,
Improiedniid unimproved. Cull or send for
list. II. II. WAllNElt.
M-iiSSt lil F st. n. w.
VW VVUVAVViVlfV -VVlA.AA.W
WANTED-A Fl'ltNISlIED HOUSE, OP
about IS rooms, suitable for entertain
Ini:: north of M nud went of 11th sts n w.
Addicss Tenant, Crltlo ofllco. so'jj 3t
WANTEO-.VN 8-H00M HltlCIC HOUSE
V by October 1, bet eili and llthandN
nnd Q sts, Willi iml imps; rent not to exceed
fa i er mouth, Address Tenant, Crltlo ofilcef
Wantj;d - KiciiiT on nine -noon
house In northwest section of city or
Oeorgetwwn; rem must bo reasonable, Ad
dl eta T. B. W Crltlo Offleo, bCl7-
VAfc7C0 HELP FtMUfc.
Adrertlmii' i tt of Ihm Lnc under IhU ke.id
Intu led thict timet ff-r SI) renin.
"WANTI'D NHisi: tilltl. (WIIITlJi" rn
IT tiike earn f boy.H years old thrutiv'i
tl.o day. Addifsa K. II. Allin, HIT 1','llist n w.
J ANTED-.V (.lltf. As IIHIK AND FOIt
11 gtnei ul housework In n family of throe
lirsons; Hlro, h French trlrl to take ehsrgi) of
n child soi en yeni'siild, nnd to nmke horsolf
(.i tiihUly uccfitl. Apply 1S Corcoran st n, w.
WANTED-A WOMAN TO COOK, WASH
.)i . nnd lion; must bring references. Ap
tlynt Xoll .llhstno. soSI-af
UANTHD-A COMI'KTKNT WOMAN FOE
J J Peneial housework. Cull Immediately
lit 1830 1Mb st n w. sell-It
WANTED-A HETTLHIl COLOltEI) WO
man ns cjwk, etc; threu mllei from
(.'eorgilown; small family; no ehlMron. Ad
f I f ss Fni mer, Ci Itlu office. cfril-.lt
l ANTEII-AT WIDTH NTN W, A FIH.ST
11 cln-s wiil"tllnlshcr;nono oilier need ap
"WANTED -A TriOO!) STItONollEltMAN
IT or inlmi'il woman to do general house
Work; must be u good cook nnd l.iundross; to
go home nl night. Apply 1-110 l!igjs t,
rANTED-A DlHII-WAVIIEIt AT L1-!
11 Diolt Dining Hooms, Apply uflcr 7
o'clock thlscicnlng, ull-3t
"XVANTUI'-AN INTELLlllENT AND
1 1 enpable woman as inald to an Invalid
lady; must bo willing nud obliging and nqool
sii.inslress, Address Jlr.s. l' Crltlo ofllco,
stating while nn Interview cunbehad.
WANTED-I1Y OCTOIIEIt 1, A SETTLED
woman ns cook; must Slav at nights;
mii't be well recommended. Address Jouej,
Critic onioo, BOlT-flf
7 wanted" heip...maleT
' Adcerlieemciit of Three Lines under UiU head
Inn i led three timet for e.1 mif.
T ANTED-IMMEDIATELY, A HOY TO
I doeoinnosltloii and iii'ss-voi-k. Musi.
liniirrstiiud the business. Ill" Sixth stn w.
T ANTED -FAltM HANDS, A MILE
iroin ooiiiuiuiT si, opp uienwoo.i ueme-
icry; gcmi wnces nun ooaru. iii'iuiro nt
eeliielcty gato for ('. Stewart. sa.'l-3t
Ailrei tletnenlt of Thiee I.tnet under Ml head
InterUd three timet for X& ecu It.
rANTED-SlTUATION AS COLI.ECTOIt,
11 Janitor, watchman, Ac., by nn elderly
man with good references; Binall salary lie
leplliblo. Address Collector, Crltlo ofllco,
WASTED-SITUATION 11Y A YOUNU
11 maii of some oxiiorleiieo todrlvo ear-
i Inge for private faintly, and mako lilmself
useful. II, D.W.Ciltlo office; seJI-at
VANTED-HY A Yo'l'NO MAN. A MTU-
ntlonln a miislo storo; wages no oh-
Jei t. Addiesa II. Van II.. Crltlo office, wci'-at
"X7ANTKD-SITIT.VTiON AS LADY'S COM-
11 panlou; no objections to leaving tlio
city. Aildicss Coinpiinlon.Crltleoflleo. sw.'1-at
"I T ANTED- SITUATION AS SEAMSTRESS
11 bynsounglady In u pilynto family,
wltli recommendations. Address Seamstress,
till 'coffin. seai-at
7 ANTED SITUATION 11Y A MIDDt.E
1 T aged woinnn to do llglit work; wages
not fo ir.uih nil object ns a good home; refer
ences. Address E. M., Crltlojifllcc. se'JI-at
"WT-ANTED-A rbimON IN AN INlsl'lt-
11 nneo ofllco byayomiK man with six
j ems' experience lit ofllco work; flrst-eluss
leRrencc'. Addicss 1' M 11, Crltlo ofllco,
"fANTED-HY A COLOItED WOMAN, A
1 1 f Itiintlou ns cook or to do housework.
Apply ut ll'.'l Uth st n w, Mrs. Nancy Uayly.
WANTED-A YOUNO UEIt.MAN LATELY
II from old country, dodros a poilllon
whero ho enn make himself useful. Address
titimaii, Ciltlo olllce. birfM t
keeper for a gentleman or light home
work lu a family. Address C. C, Crltlo olllce.
WANTEH-JIY YOUNO COI.OHED MAN,
II slluntlon ns driver, waiter or porter;
can the good lefcroneo. Address ornpply
"W ANTED-SITl'ATION AS FIltST-CLASM
11 waiter In hotel or private family. Ad-
in ess ll.Tuylor, m7Lst u w. bolslt
WrANTEU-A YOUNH MAN OF GOOD
11 1 libit-- wants n situation to driven light
waci n: worli for small wages. Aihlrass
Wiu.1 n Buy. CilHooll'.eo. siA'is'lt
T Wi:i)-)lrwusTi "mvnViioaiIi)
11 unit iv. om not tooxeeed So per week.
l'lciiH' address B M Crltlo offleo. ncill-at
7A.NTED-B0AUI1 AND UOOJI FOIt
11 two younit men (eleiks) In n private
family uinr Apileiilfural Department; gool
home for ll.e winter. Address C. .. L., Crltlo
-T ANTl)-2 LADIES, VIS1T01IS TO THE
1 1 elty, want a pleasant room for about
ten days, wllliln a few niunres of lltluin.l F
sts n w; moderate price. Address Hclallve.
l J AX TED-TWO OH TIIHEE DOOMS 11 Y
1 1 family of two sultablo for llglit house.
I'lerlng. Addles C O C, Crltlo ofllco.
"WANTED-HY A FIHSTCLASS MUSIC
IT tmeherono small unfiirnlshod ro.im;
healeil; lo bo occupied during day only; where
music lessons will bo received lu payment for
renin. Address Muslo Teacher, Crltlo offleo.
Ailmllnuitnts of Three Una under this head
Into ltd time timet for Si cents.
"W ANTED "TTTtTlTOMLVm "'wiYoTnLI,
11 Join lu renting room, wltli board, In
nemo prlvnto family In northwest section;
rifiiuiees exchanged, Address T. II A..
T17 ANTED I'EIISONS TO DO WHITIN0
11 at thilrliomcs; good pay. Send 10 cts
for filler, tie., lo J, H. Nicholson, UI Clinton
I'lnie. New York. so fit
WANTED .A STIi.VOCIIlAl'lIEU AND
typo-wrlter. Apply attheCourt House
building, front room, west wing, i-e'!l-.'lt
WANTED-Ft'ltNlTUHI! AND BABY
IT CaiThigcs repaired and upholstered ut
lowest figures at liOil K street nw. ' sel'-Dt
"iV'UTI! BItANDY FOIt BEACHES. JOHN
T 1 II. Mngriulcr, HI" N. Y. nvo. sel"--w
IHK'E.NO. 490 MAINE AVENUE; CAH
J. pets to clean, mattresses remade;
feathers icnovnted. Telephono call,
Adteitlti-menltof Three. Lines under this head
limited thiee timet fee S3 cents.
"ITMHt IlENT-tli" It ST. N. W., TIIItEE
X story und basement brick houo; 11
rooms! moilt'iuconieiilenees, with two-story
lnlek stalilo In rear. Apply to Duneansoii
Bios.. I th and 11 Stan w, so'JI-Ht
10 It HENT-A COIINTHY HES1DENCE IN
: Vliglnl.i, precisely four miles from Wli
hud's; absolutely healthy; sultablo for farmer
or dahy, or person doing business In Washing
ton; houso brick; II rooms, Including n brick
tenainiut huuo ot four rooms and cellar; all
necessary out-biilldlngsj nil lu perfect ordor;
limn ltxi acres, Ingoixl eondltlous leasnnahlo
turns to good tenant. ApplyntrMJ Corcoran
"1J10H HENT-LAIKJE DWKLLINI1, COH
X ner Dumbarton avciiuo and Thirtieth
st, next to my residence. Modern improve
ments. A. Hyde, soiil-at
cor 15lh A- N Y live, 10 rs, m I
Hull's!, lars.in 1
1 1( It I nve, IS rs, m 1
leu Ul list llrs, ml...,
ei l.nfayctto S'liiare.
1811 N II nve, Urs, ml
issiNYnve, isrs, ml
liUISIstKt, II rs
MsatsUt, II rs, ml
lt'.'K:.'ilhst, 8 is, ml
lWiiffjihttn w, Bra
HIS lllh st ii w, llrs
sfistosai i stsw.urs
it-ai it st n w, n r
lif.il Do Sales Bt, 11 rs
1711) It lave. lUrs
HCO Sunderland l'lacu. 10 rs
. . S'),V) 00
.. llkl (XI
,.. 11)1 111
, , CU 00
,., m 07
... lis mi
. , . 1J1 oo
,,. w oo
, . . S3 0.1
.. S3 00
... OS on
... Ill M
. . . i.i no
. . . 73 0.1
... 8i ai
THOMAS J. FISH I
H'lS-tf tail F street
Xl ANTED-TO EXCH ANO B NEW STOVES
Y T for old ones nt Butler's Stovo Exchange,
rnrncr 5th nnd K sts. Smoky clilmnoys curod
or no pay. Stoves exchanged for groceries.
Old stnvoH bought.
MONEY TO LOAN.
TO SSOO TO 10,000, AND LAItOEIt
sums on real estate: lowest rates
call now WM.F.HOLTZMAN, Attorney, l.iSl
Y st.n. w. Joai-lyr
1HAYB MONEY TO LOAN ON CIOOD ItKiL
estate or collateral security nt lowest ratea
of Interest. No delay when eecurlty Is good,
0. 0. OUBKN, Itooui 1, rtremeu'a huiwing,
cor, 7Hi and La, aye apll-t;
1st El.I.liv K.-AVHtTB I TO S. ALL WILL BE
iMinilmllsL J I -Ut
rpO AHT RTUDENTS AND FAHENTS-AT
.1 tie National Academv "f Finn Arts, oor
lurlklli st. nnd N. V nve,,oiui esn ri'oolvo
the most thorough In-triii ttou lu every stylo
ot oriivvlng iindj'iiliil lug: yenra of study snrivl.
J'i. lire neiii' liohln-oti Morrcll, the founder
rod teai her. bun hud twelve medals nnd
studied fifteen yenrs lu Europe with thn most
ceh bralcd artists. Particular attention to
sketching from nature, children's Saturday
tlfl, $10 pur year. siidlJIt
YOUNO WIDOW DKSIHKSTO MAKE
J the nequalutiineo of n gcnflcmiui who
will bo n true Irlend, Address F, 11. Y ffrlllo
t.flil'O. mcJI -at
J ANTED-Tlli: ADDIII'.IS OF A COL-
11 f.ied woman named Motile, who lived
at II 1.1 Corcoran street n w. Address Mim. H,
"'.'! oniee. sisJMt
' A HIZONA."- PLEASE SEND YOUIt All-
iV dress to W, N. It., City Fostofllco a
BEJITHl-LETTEIt HECKIVED. TIIL'ltS
day, 7Jj o'clock. Write where.
re-3 CLAUD IL
W ANTED-HY A OENTLEMAN, TO MAKE
IT tho iiequaliitiuieu of a young lady be-
tw i en tho nges ot 19 and 'ii. Address A. .lonos,
City P. a sort ut
CMV1L SEltVICl! EXAMINATION. QlVlH-
s tlona nnd answers on nil subjects. Sond
TEN cents. Ivy Institute, EDO 1C sts n w.
II.OYD'S !2.-.0 WAsfllNCiTON EXPHESS;
J baggngo delivered to all parts of tho city,
ridliomls, stenmbonts, ete.; lurnlturo caro-
iiuii.iHii',, nieiiiiiuoiu, rn-.; itirnuuro care
fully removed; sowlnguinclilnes, typo-wrlters,
etc., handled Willi care; trunks tnkctitonny
pnrtof tho houso without oxtraclinrgo: per-
un.ia r, flirt, I,, n In tl.n lt .... I..... iI.aI.
u jiouso wiuioui oxiraciiargo: per
ruing to tlio city can leave their
ellher ofllco, Teleidiono No. 3-13-1.
)'l V st n w nnd tst I'n nvo n w.
Uliill.,l,v,, i" ii . uiiii .hi llllllUlllVi
auSOJ m JOHNO. HAW1.KY, Proprietor,
DH. LEON, TBI! OLDEST ESTABLISHED
nud only reliable Ladles' Physician In tho
city, can bo consulted dally, 101 0 St., bet, -IW
and (lth st. li. w. Prompt treatment. Corro
spondrneo and consultations strictly oonll
dentlal, Scparato rooms for ladlca. Ofllco
always open. Jcvs
LADIES "COMPOUND PILLS Of TANSY"
nro perfectly safo nnd tilwoyn effectual.
Sealed particulars tie. Wilcox Spoclllo Modi
clno Company. Phllailclphla. Pa.
rANTi:ii-A'AlVVNEIt"VviTrfs'0 1 I'OU
11 n light innmirnclurliiK business; splen-
dlil proflls. Address "Boston Notion," Crltlo
oflli e. scj ,ft
Qlfin ''AS" AND flOA MONTH WILL
tjf YIJ bo given for a position In ono of tho
Departments. Addicss James Ciulyle, city
P. o. sc.'-3t
I'.XlT.nT OPEHATOUS WANTED. TYPE-
W1IITE1IS; all kinds for rent nnd for sale;
seciind-himd. "CALIOHAPH OFFICE," Ull
Fst. Tolcphnna No. 113-3. so..'
"WANTED-A PAltTNEU WITH SEV
1 1 eral hundred dollars capital to engage In
selling n ii"clul patent nrtlelo. Theru Is
inoney In It. Address Patent, Crltlo ofllcc.
-ArANTED-TO BUY A YOUNGPUO DOfl;
11 must bo of tho bnstblool nnd breed;
stnto price and particulars. Address Zcno.
Crltlo ofllco. ifO"--??
WANTED- A PAltTXEll-SJ.CJOO WILL BUY
half Interest In n new Invention; can bo
Introduced Into every household; nothing
lUe It on theinnrkct; profits large. Address
l'llenlce, Crllle olllce. selS-Ot
VANTF.D-TO BOIIItOW S'J.OOO; NO
1 1 commission; good security. Address
Seem 1 1 y, Critic olllce, se!7-Ct
JUIIE SPICES FOIt PICKLINO. JOHN II.
.uap-uuer, niT.New loiKuyenuo. seiy-'-'w
STATIONIIHY AND SUPPLIES. COPYING A
WYcKOFF, SEAMANS A BENEDICT.
Comer of Mh and 1' sts.
Telephono No. TO)-1!. sol3-t f
HAVE YOUH CABINET PHOTOS TAKEN
nt ?: per dozen, Elegant, well-finished
work. 1'ioofs shown. Card nnd mluctto
flros, Slier dozen, These rates this month
only. Sco specimen at l.ardner Co.'., '.rlt
1 'ennsjlvanla a eniie. over Vogt's, selOlm
.TT-ANTi:i-AI.I, TO KNOW THAT lilt.
1 1 Taj lor, 111 F street, near Tenth, makes
beautiful seta of artificial teeth for $' guar
anteed to glio full satisfaction; extracting
with gas, chloroform or local luicsfli.dlos, G9
cents; without, ii cents; lllllug ut very low
prices. null tf
JJI Ol'iM!!!. To lntredueo llioni, wo
will mVH AWAY 1.1.1X1 Solf-Operatlni
Wii"hlng Machines, If you want ono sond
us your name, P.O. nnd express offleo nt
once. inofNatioasiuo.. : wnayst. u, x,
IXCEI.SIOIt CLOCK HEf'AlItlNa DEPOT,
.1 J No. 0.18 Pn nvo east; nil orders promptly
iitlenilrd to; all kinds of clocks for sale on
monthly or weekly pal meuts.
aulU'Jm J. G. HATES.
TOES IT SEEM POSSIBLE TO C1ET A
XJ llrst-elnss meal for 'J5 or 115c. when you
could not buy thu erudo materials lu the mar
ket for 151 J Well, fir, tho Forsyth Cafe, r,18
lUtlijM, does servo (100 such meals every day.
ITS IJ. YOUNGS, STEAM CAHPETCLEAN-
lug nnd renovating works; feathers rcn
ovntcd, mattresses mado over, furniture
Rlcniued and moths destroyed. 1 122 1'a. nvo.
Futtoiy. corner fitb nnd K sts.s. o, JolB
TAMES ItUTHEItFOUD, DEALEIt IN FINE
t Family nrocerlcs and Provisions; also
Wines and Liquors, 1)00 1) st. n. w. Spe
cialty made of Pnro Aldon Fruit Vinegar.
PATTEHSON STILL SKUVES THOSE KX
1. ccllent meals for in cts. Call and try. I.o
Droit Dining Booms. HI'-! F st. ll. w. myllS
1 L. KEUVANH, 1012 PENNA. AVE., EN
fj gruver. Plato and r0 visiting cards, 80
cents; 61) cards from samo plate, "15 cents; 100
cauls printed from plato. 75 cents.
MEDICINE FOIt BOOS.
All Diseases Cured.
oel ,1 Cor. -I a st. nnd ild. ave, s, w.
Artificial Stone Paving Co.
Office, 1418 New York.Avcnue.
Artistic and Fino Work In Cemant a
Our Skilled Workmen lay tha following
Schillcnaer'a Patent, Dest Granolithic.
A8phaltum, Artificial Stone.
Kitchens, Sidewalks, Stablos and Cellars
laid with neatness and promptness.
Owneru ot property aro notillod that they
will bo held lespnnslblofor Infringements of
this latent. Tho United Statos Courts for the
District of Columbia have recently enjoined
II. L. Cranford nud tho Commissioners of tho
District of Columbia fiom laying this pave
ment. All artificial stono pavements other
ban that laid under tho patent aro worthless.
JOS. O. McKIBBIN,
Telephono Call 4(17-2. I'rosldont.
New York Hats.
TUo nfth-avonuo Fall Stylos SHU and
Derby Ilata introduced by Dunhip &
Co,, now ready at
WILLETT & ROUFFS
Solo Ager its.
1)0.1 lViinsylviiiilii Avenuo Xortlitvost.
G-EO. A. ARMES,
Real Estato Brohor. Claim Agent
anil Notaiy Publlo,
NO. 1037 F ST. N, W WASIIINOTON, D. C.
Opposite Ehbltt Houso,
For Sale Properly In ovcry Stato nnd Ter
lltoryln tho Union; ulso elegant rosldonoes
and valvablo property at bargains-, select
building sites overlooking tho olf y.
If parties having property for sale or rent
Mlllleuie list at olllce tho saino special In
ducements will bo given.
Ilcfcrences-Brlg. and Bvt. Mo). Ocn. W. B.
Harcn, Chief Signal Officer, 11. H. A. ShcUa
barger & Wilson, attorneysi Wheatloy Bios.,
lumber dealers.- JyJl-lm
ri'HH FCllOi I, i l1iiiii'.l(Y. HMIIt ST,
.1 ofKni'd Hept , 'or Hiq foimatlnn oj
qlotseM nice eakfi Is for sale thre, wnUsit
TV! nilCAL DBPAIITMISNT OP TIIRUNl
iJ EllSITY OF (lEOUOKI'OWN.
Thn thirty serrntli session will begin on
MONDAY I.VKN1NU. HKPl'.lll, nt 8 o'clock,
In the I olli ge Building, corner of Tenth nml
Esticrtp. Willi an Intro-luetovy atlilrow by
I'lnf. C. 11. 1.. Klelnsehmlilt, M. U., to which
the irolesslon und publlo uro rospocl fully
Invltisl, ... .,
l'rrfnithcr Information npp'ybotwoen tho
liniirs cf 0 and in a.m., or 4 and .1 p. m., to
.1. W. II. Lovejoy, M. D Dean.
No. ICO Twelfth slicut n y sotll-Jm
Tho Norvoocl Institute,
A Select Boarding nml Day School for young
ladles and llttlo girls, leopens wltli Its cus
tomary laigo corps of prolcssors and teachers,
seventeen In number,
SEPTEMBEH BO, IBS."..
Cotirsn of study cnmpletn from Frlimrv
Class through Colleglato Department, with
thorouEb Instruction In French and Herman,
Stndints prennred for Vnssar, Wellslcy.Hmllli
nnd other Colli ges. Advanced classes lu. Music.
J.I I endure nnd Modem Languages open to
outsldo pupils, Address
MJt. AND MHS. W.M. D. OABEI.L,
rcl Kie nnd Kill lth stnw,
rpilU COLUMBIAN UNIVEUS1TY,
J WASIIINOTON, D. C.
Tho Preparatory School begins SEPTEM
BEH at. Tho Columbian College begins SEP
TE.MBEliai. Iho National Medical College
begins October ll. Tho Corcoran Selentlllo
School begins October 0, Tho Law School ho
gins October 7, For further Information ap
ply to JAMES 0. WELLINU. LB. D
CfPENCElUAN BUSINESS COLLEC1E, COH.
O Dili nnd lists n w A practical hu'-luess
education Hint rfiuillfles young men and wo
men to support themselves nnd successfully
perform tho nctlvo duties of Ilfo. Thorough
Instruction Riven hi rapid writing, Iho English
Inngungo, correspondence, rapid calculations,
book-keeping, business practice, commercial
law. political economy,stcnography unit typo
wilting, liegiilar day nnd evening sessions re
sumed Tuesday, September, 1 , nt 11 a in nnd 11
P m. OfTlco open for arrangements by the
year or quarter on and nftcr .Monday, August
21. A full corps of teachers. Illustrated cir
cular, giving full Information, sent f reo on ap
plication. HENHY C. SPENCEU, Principal.
Mrs. SAHA SPENCEIt, Vlco-1'ilnclpal,
FOB SALE AND RENT.
A USTIN P. BHOWN,
HEAL ESTATE AND LOANS,
1-12(1 V Street Northwest.
HOUSES FOH SALE.
Cor Mass nvo and 1 nth st, 12 rs, mod
New il-story house, Iowa Circle; mod
Three-story', house, 13 rs, on N st n
w, bet lUh and 1Mb sts; mod
Largo double houso on Vt ave, bet K
umll.sts; mod Imps $13,000
New liouso corner Biggs and lEth sts n
w; moil Imps Sl'-.WO
Storo nnd dwelling cor Cth and Q sts n
Two-slory brick house, No. 01!1 tOlh st
n e, bet 1' und (I sts; 7 rs nnd bath.
Turns enty $1,000
TwoR-story housos on Hlggs stnw;
near Bith; all mod Imps., ... .Each S3.500
Tlirrc-story English basement house,
IV rs; mod Imps; 1 st, bet lt-th nnd
Three-story houso with stable on M
st. I et IClh nnd 11th n w: mod
New .1-story houso on L st, be! 21st nud
svduw; 10 rs; inol hups $7,000
New fl-story house on I, st, bet 2lt and
SM nw;10r; lotltaSOtu alley S3.000
Largo double houso on I, st, hot 11th
nud 1 lth sts n w; 11 rs; mod bnps..$1-000
Threo story and basement hoii"o on
1 bt n w, near cor IStli; mod Imps.. $11,000
Two bouses on B st n c, bet Ctb nnd
th; mod Imps - L'.ich $1,W0
Two liouses on 1' st n w, botCthand
7th; mod imps $IAW, 81,300
Largo liotiso nnd several thousand feet
ot ground on Kith st, near Scott
Three-story houso on M st n w, hot Oth
and 10th sts, and stable; mod Imp.. $11,500
Three-story houso on M st n w, bet Oth
nnd llth sts, and stable; mod l:ni..S13,."A)
Largo double house on Mass nve, bet
IVtliand mill sts; largo stable nnd
largo sldo lot ST0.000
Six 3-story houses, now building, on
l.'lth, near T et n w; S rs, bath and
cellar; 30 feet parking. . . .JS.'WO to $0,000
rive new press-brlel; houses, wlthbay
m Indows, on "JStb st n w, cor 1
st SV-00 to $7,000
Three-story houso cor Cth and I sts $10,000
Houso No.SlSDRt ll w, bet 2d nnd 3d
sts; lot slxi; 3-story brick villi
stable (eTJ $0,000
Houso on IPIb st, bet P and Q, 13 rs;
mod imps $13,000
Four bouses on 15tb st, bet (J audit;
mod Imps $s),S00 to 0,500
Vacant property In all sections of tho city
Seveial houses for rent, furnished and un
furnished. Money to loan on real estato security.
Largo lonns a, specially.
-O EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
TI10S, E. WACJOAMAN, 017 F street.
Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays.
THHEESTOHY BUICIC AND FH.VME
HOUSES FOIt SALE.
K0 1st st II c. b h, m I, 15 rs $17,000
211 A sts e, in 1, 12 rs K.ooo
llcs.Mil ave sw, hli, m 1, 10 rs n.oon
HUN J iimihc, lih.il rs 1,.VW
flllCstse, bh. ml, 10 rs 1,(M0
32.1 to 'l (J st so.bh, ml, caehO rs.,.. -1.000
211 12th stsw, bh, ml, 10 rs 3,roo
31 K M ii e, b li, m 1, 10 is :i.!.w
HCiCbtH w, lib.H rs 3,()0
21!) 10th st s e, f h, 10 rs 2,500
TWO-&TOHY BHICK AND FHAME HOUSES
Northeast. . .
71 1 nnd 71(1 list, bh, in 1, 8 is $3,000
).3 7llist,fli, His Il.BOl)
Mltlthst, fh,7rs 2,non
30.3 East Capitol st, f h, 7 rs 2.C00
filllllst, lh, Urs 2,fi0i)
fill to fiO Jlyrtlo st, lib, in 1,7 is 1,700
71, 70, HI nnd MlMyitlo st, b ll, 7 r 1,70.)
r.fill tst, f li. water, U is 1..VO
hx'Ofcllist, rh, 7rs l.rioo
LN1MPJIOVED PHOPEHTY FOH SALE,
Cor tth nnd Orts $l,r,i!
Pa nve, bet 2(11 It and Hook Cieek 2.000
Cor lth and CjuudN J live 1,700
Kst.bet lClhnnd lith $I.U)
Kst, bet llth nud 151 li 2.7.3
Ulh mid 1' Ms ; 2.U0
NY nvo, bet Vth and 10th sts 1.7.3
S w cor Mh ami O sts l.M
S o cor Hth nnd 0 sts l.M
Obt, bet btli mid Utli l.M
HOUSES FOH BENT.
1 1 1 2ds t s e, 10 rs f 5.3 i)
23 list hc, in I, U rs 30 M
22IMhstsw, 11 rs 30(
2111 Clhstsw, llrs .'MOO
lfi.lMdavosw.il rs o u )
-I.MJNI iivob e, ml, "is 23 .10
(11.3 -IW bt st s w. u rs 00
2ifll3Ustsw, 7rs., po
HiMyrihJst ne,inl,7rs J '
TSMjitlostno, urs w
bTOHES AND OFFICES.
1010 F st n w, storo, J room SW (JJ
1(( 2Mb et. ofllco 2.3 (W
lilSFbtnw, mom 1. ..... 'WIO
led La avo n w, basement, olllco... 30 00
Boom a, Olh st and Pa avo li w, ofllco. . 2.1 00
Boom is, Oth and Pa avonw ISM
018 1' at, room 3, ofllco .. 20 no
UlFst.Sil lloor.3 rs, ofllco 13 ()
(lunton bldit, room 2.3, ofllco n 00
1010 V st, ruolil 2, ofllco 11 90
In sums to suit nt (1 per cent,
The above is only n small iKirllonof prop
fltyon my books, For full list cull at olllco
TrANTED-BOABDEItS BY A ITltST-
Y class caterer, at 013 list ii w. Meals
served out, Satisfaction guaranteed, Pay In
advance, Terms moderate. se2t-3t'
1 J.IIAFOIl'o i.i 'in Opera-lloiie.
IAEIIY EVENINf. ' ' -.
M .TINEK 'ATl-HDAV.
THE HIT Or TUB YBAlt. . . .
BABTLirY CAMPBKIL'M M'E'Jf.VCl f,Mt
Ortalnal Music by Slg. npe.fl.
TWO UHAND HALLS rs.
PIlBMIKn AKIOL'.l ,
THE CAKMVAL OF VENH T.
Tlio TiMillH' Kiii-tltiuillUel
The (ireatcst Scene ever put on unystnr.' In
H1!I10(I'.S Mnlli-NI. Oper.i-ltoii.e.
One ninars i,orlh of J'nina, Ate,
!i p. iu. I Two Performances. I H i. in.
: -6 Ponular P.lce
To family circle, lo,-;
parquci nnr oiciic'ir.v
chairs, 2ro.; no cttru
ehargo for reserve I
clilld rent sinruiict and
orchestra chuii's 10c.
r.ox-ofllen open H n. in.
to 10 p.m.
Coining-n V II 1! r.
TUCK Bit In "lluevna"
-lAOltU'S. THE BEAUTIFUL
Klralfy Brothers' Unsiirpnssod Ballet
THE BEAIT1FUI. ltATTIE OltlNNELL,
The llandfomest Sfnlnetaon the stage.
THE CELEBKATED MAHTIN FAMILY.
JILLE. Dl! HOSA,
Tho Orentrst Premlero D.inseuso of tho world,
THE UNEQUALLED IIEUBEHT BltOTllElt-l.
Mil. .1. B, HoiiKiiTs an tiii: Hum Cuooit.
A Mnre of Beauty, Wonder, nnd Fun,
THE OltEAT DUNCAN, El'C, ETl'
Black Ciook .Matlneo Hnlurday.
uranii cnango or rerronmneo.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
mi, i.nuiw.u jiiiiii'iiituM
Til tbcli'tinw tiliii-or
THE 1IUNTEU AND HIS DOUS; or Till!
Introducing their great nctlngdogs, I,10N and
TlHF.lt nnd now dog SPOT.
Next week Tho celebrated actress, LOTTII!
CHUlllTI and her great New York company.
Admission lo nil, only 10 cents,
"Tho Boom of tho Season."
UOLDIC & STEKI8
JIatlnccs Tuesday, Thursday nnd Saturday.
llbTOHIO'S DANCINO ACADEMY - I
.1. will rfsnmo my rlnssesnt Wllhinl'slliill,
Fst., bit. llth and 13th sts. n. w.; reopening
rrtepllon Tuosdny. Kept. 21), B:j) p.m. veil-lit'
"llllOl'EHSOIt SHELDON'S DANCINd
J Academy, 1COI F st. Adults, Monday,
Wednesday unit Friday, 7 to 11:30. Juveniles,
Monday nnd Wednesday, 3:30 to 6; Saturday,
1 to 230. All latest duiue.s.
Franklin Institute, Phila.
8d nud JIiirlit Ktvectsf.
Open lOn.m. 10 n, m. (Sundays Execpte.l)
Until October 31,-
Ilnest Collection of rntcntcd Novelties ever
COKCERTS DY QEEHANIA 0R0UE3XEA,
Chas. M. Schmltz, Leader.
ADMISSION, fiOo. CI1ILDHEN, HALU-PHICIl
Coupon Tickets (not good If detached)
Apply to tho Director of this Exhibition for
O The STEAMEIt EXCELSIOIt
WASIIINOTON AND NOBFOLIC I.INI!
will bo wlthdrnwn from tho route utter SUN
DAY, hEPTEMBEIt UU.
Tho STEAJIElf llEOUUl! LEAHY, com
mencing SEPT EM BKlt !21, will !cnw7tli street
silituf MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND FBI
DAYS nt B:CU p. in. llotunilng, lenvo NOlt
l'Ol.K, from Huston wharf, on TUESDAYS,
THUBSDAYS AND SATUHDAYfl at 1 ll. in.
WM. P. WELCH,
QTEAMEH W. W. COECOHAN
fjwlll lonllnuo Dally Excursions to Marshall
Hull and Ulirnont until NOVEMIlElt 1.
Boat leaves EVEHY MOHNING ut 10 a, 111.,
Ktuinlngnt I p.m.
l'lirnUTe for round trip.
SI NDAY Boat will leave for Marshall Hall
nt 10 a. m. nud 3 p. in., returning nt 1 and 7
o'clock. Faro c. scl'Jtuol
Tho Btcam-paeket EXCELSIOIt will malco
regular Hips during tho season tothonbovo
points every SUNDAY', TUESDAY nud ITU
ilay, leaving her whaif; corucrof High st. und
Camil, nt H o'clock a. in. sharp. Faro for
round-trip fiOc. Boat can bo chartered on nl
teinuto days. For Information apply at ofllco
of J. 0. and J. M. WATEHS, 1(3 17 lUghst.,
Georgetown. Jc'J' tf
T. Vl'!ItM)N 1
STEAMEIt W. W. COHCOHAN,
Leaves 7th St. wharf dally, except Sunday, for
lit. Vernon nt 10 o'clock a. in.; returning,
reaches Washington about :i::ti) p. in.
L. I,. BI.AKl!. Captain.
HOTELS AMD RESTAURANTS,
sViV wwwwvv-v -,vww -v-v. .
"WASHINGTON, T). C.
AEMY & NAVY HEADQUAETERS.
1IIUII IKON I111E KSCU'RS
'ri:i;!IS"(l3.QII nml ft 1.00 per Iliiy.
Pennsylvania avenuo, near Fourteenth street.
Special rates for Summer .Months.
CLINTON IIOIISU, 7TII ANII I STH.
n 3v; llrst-class table board nnd largo
rooms at icasonnblo rates; location central.
W3I. O. NAYI.OB, Proprietor, Jy.'l-tt
T. JA3I1C8' 1IOTW.,
Sixth ettect and Pennsylvania avenuo.
L. WOODBUHY, Proprietor.
1323 F Street N. W , Opp. tho Ebbitt,
WASHINGTON, 11. C.
(Tho Clarendon, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.)
C. I.OSllKAJI, l'roprlol.n-.
l'or Generating Steam.
For Cooking I'ln-poses.
For Keating by furnace.
l'or heating by Latrobe.
l'or Open Gratos.
It is Easily Ignited.
It Millies a Qulch, Hot Fire,
It Does Not Hum Out the Grate.
It Is Kcouomlcal,
It Will l'ay to Try It.
FOH SALE BY THE
Washington Gaslight Com'y.
10 Bushels, Crushed
3 Bushels, Crushed,,
!0llushcls, Not Crushed
23 Bushels, Nut Crushed
. 2 W
.. 2 OO
CWDellvcrcd to Any Part of Washington
National Metropolitan Firo Ids. Co,,
OlO I'll. Avo. N. "Y,, 'Wiii.lillistnn, I). V.
CASH OAl'ITAT., $100,000.
EDWAUD CLAltK, Trcs.
SAMUEL CROSS, Sce'y, aull tt