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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 13, 1885.
VuUUhtit Dally, Sunday) Excepted
Tho Evening CrltlcPubllslilng Company
IIAT.I-1:T KlMtOUKN, I'l-pxtitcnt,
IV. SCOTT TOWEKS, Treasurer.
It. II. SYIiVKSTEK, Secretary.
OiCdCioo, 3STo- Oil 3D Staroot)
WASIHNOTON, l. U.
uy farrier " VV",
Iiy Stall, postage tnlii, one year. Jl.no
l)y Stall, iKMtnKO ll, lx iniintlw...., . -.50
JHMI SUOSlTipilOIH nmuiuul, III inHiiiiv.
. Tin: wasuinoton uitiTio,
lllCIl.Wtl) II. SVIiVr.STIIlt, - Editor.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., OCT. Ill, 18S3
NO IT.Si: foil CI) HA.
The acquisition of Cuba by tho
"United States M been for years n sub
ject of discussion In certain limited
circles, composed principally of disaf
fected Spaniards nnd lllllliuslerliig C'u
liana, not overstocked with rapltal,
credit or competent leadership, yet nf
ter nil the agitation thnt the question
lias undergone and all tho rash cvperl
menls thnt hnve been tried lo separate
tlio Island from Its European owner,
public opinion in this country I? as In
different to the project as It over was
nnd the hopes of the ngltatois appar
ently ns far ns -ever from realization.
Kb cause enn bo quoted so slow of
growth or mengre of substantial results.
There arc many grave dllllcultles in
the -way. Chief of them Is the fact
thnt the United Stntcs doesn't want the
property at any price, and in nil proba
bility would never consent to take It,
except to forestall tliu contingency of
Its occupation by any foreign power
other than Spain.
.Another dluiculty, nkln lo this, Is
the fact that Spain doesn't want to sell.
The people of Cubn who most do
fclrc lo become Incorporated with tho
union of American Stales aro the
Spanish residents, who feel that their
lmslncss Interests would bo largely pro
motedjby a chnngo of proprietorship,
nnd the stronger nnd better govern
ment which would thereby bo assured,
nnd the native Cubans who have n na
tional detestation of tho Castlllau, and
want nothing so much as hulcpsmlcnco
Hut hero nnothcr trouble nrisos. Tho
two elements mentioned have only the
Fcntlmcut of nnnexntion in common.
As to tho means of consummating this
object they pull entirely npart.
Tho one depends upon bringing such
iillucnccs and arguments to bear ns
will Induce llio United Stntcs to mnko
si formal proposition, and Spain to seri
ously entertain It, for n peaceful trans
fer oflho Island. This sldo of tho
question will very likely bo heard from
In the lobbies of Congress next winter.
The other would first gain indepen
dence of Spain by revolution nud then
Fell out to the United States. Obviously
lhc latter ichemo Involves the more
formidable uncertainties, considering
llio average cost of revolutions, but tho
truth of tho matter is that neither of
the plans proposed Is practicable, for
tho reason that thcro aro no consenting
The United States has ns littlo need
of Cubn ns it has of Honduras or Gua
temala. It lins burdens enough of Its
own to carry without shouldering tho
illiteracy nnd bnrbnrlsm of other nlien
races. It has territory enough of Its
own to care for without going to tho
islands of tho sea for more.
"What folly, then, to spend a hundred
millions or even fifty millions or any
Bum for this Incumbrance of additional
territory that would cost many times
its purchnso money to convert Into n
prosperous and homogeneous Ameri
can state. AYhnt greater folly still for
Individual citizens of tho United States
to contribute of their monled or moral
support to the cnuso of Cuban inde
pendence ns a preludo to Cuban annex
ation. 'OUll SIAItV" AT IIOMi: AGAIN.
Hiss Molllc Anderson mado her first
nppcarnnco rincc she returned to "this
country" in New York last night as
Jtosalinrf. She had a largo audience
nnd scored a success. It Is with pleas
ure that wo nolo one thing: tho audi
ence wns critical and did not applaud
her until they thought she deserved It.
Thcro was no gush, but plenty of
"gumption. i e hope that other
midienccs will follow tho good example
thus set In Now York.
Jliss Anderson is it remarkably pretty
young lady nnd a very lino actress, and
T)r. Hnm Grltlln is n very interesting
old step-father, but thcro Is no reason
that becauso tho combination has been
very successful In London people "in
this country" should go wild over
Let JIIss Anderson be judged on her
merits and not by tho great American
ny8tcm of hurrah. And, besides, tho
Tact that JIUs Anderson has applied a
coat of English veneering to her sweet
Milf should constitute another causa for
tho common, cvery-day American to
hold himself down or get some onu to
perform that duty for him. He should
ho proud of "our Mary," but should
nlso insist that "our Mary" shall bo
n littlo bit reciprocal.
Of course we blinll nil go to see her
when sho comes here, but do not let us
tear down tho theatro In our enthu
siasm. EvANoci.ifeT Sam Jonks not General
Sam Jones who cooped llurnsido up at
Kno.wlllo during tho war said In a
recent hninnguotlmt"Snm Small ('Undo
Sr)vnsrecently n very prominent jour
jmllst nnd editor, but ho has reformed
nnd line been converted," This seems a
littlo rough on tho ex-journalist to say
nothing of thi profession generally,
lint wo reckon If Sam Jones can stand
It, Bam Small can,
Inasmuch ns tho cnrnlvnl at Montreal
will bo dispensed with this whiter, on
account of tho smallpox epidemic nud
tho antl-vacclnntlon riots, certain enter
prising citizens of tliojarccn Mountatu
State lmve caught ou to tho ldoa nud
propose to entry It out itt Htirlltiglon m
pooh ns Ico enough fornn In I.nUn
Chnniiilnlii to bulM llio roynl mlncu.
Such a freezing sort of performance
ought lo be n grand gucooii In Ver
mont. Senator IMiuiliuls will probably
pruritic In order lo keep the lumper,
rtturo nl Its proper level.
It is now given out on authority
thnt the President will be In Now York
on' election dny nnd vote for Hill, Ibo
Demoerntle candidate for (Jovcriior.
The Demoerntle newspapers thnt linvo
been netlng of Into ai though there vn
n possibility of hU voting for Irn
Davenport enn now tako In tholr sig
nals of distress,
Ik Onto wants to do tho country a
service It will today adopt the proposed
constitutional amendment fixing No
vember as the month of her elections.
She would not then occupy tho public
eye to the cMcnt that she now does,
nud nt the same time would remove a
great cause of National tribulation.
Nf.friir.it can Scnntor Voorheos be
put down among that mythical band of
disgruntled Democratic Members of
tho Senate. In his speech in Virginia
yesterday ho paid that President Cleve
land Is going slow but he is going
It usr.ii to be that a wet election day
brought out tho Democratic vote.
Nowadays, however, It Is the Prohibi
tion vote that profits most by cold
water. AValt and see how it is in Ohio.
Boston has a meat Inspector named
Hnm, while tho meat Inspector of
Philadelphia rejoices under tho nanio
of Vealo. Thcro Is something besides
letters In n man's name,
Tun Columbia Demoerntle Clubhavo
made arrangements for the reception of
tho election news from Ohio this even
ing, nt one of the parlors of the Metro
We feci It our duty, In Justice to young
Mr. Lnngley of tho 1'cnilou OHlce, ami for
tho Information of bis many friends mid ac
quaintances, tostato that hots not tlio ono
mentioned In connection with tho Smith
at Tii ii tiii:atiu:s.
dixit" "Moth" Allen Dales.
Messrs. Kvnns and Ilooy opened to a fair
mulli'iico at Allmugh's Grand Opera House
hist nlubt with n Parlor Match." Devoid
of plot, this play Is a succession of fnuny
Incidents, whfcli nlTord full scopu to tho
comical clement which predominates In tho
company. Tho music, which wns freely In
tcmierbcil. was nci formed with nreclslou.
iWillotho dunces were full of movement
anil graceful action. Thcro is no doubt
that tlio "I'arlor .Match" will repeat Its suc
cess of last season,
Tho stonny weather had but little effect
on tho niullcnco nt tho National Theatro
last night, ami tho house wns comfortably
filled to w ilcomo Mr. Itulaml Itced and his
excellent company lii"lliimbu;r." This Is
n bright comedy, full of llfo nnd fun, nnd
presents a series of complications which nro
highly amusing. Tho action ran very
smoothly and kept the audience in a laugh
from beginning to tho end. Tito music In
cidental to the piece was well rendered,
nnd icpetltlons were frequently demanded.
It was evident from tho reception "Hum
bug had last night that It will have a good
urn this week,
Tho usual crowded houso witnessed tho
justly "Celebrated Cnso" at Herzog's
Operu-IIouso Inst night. This Is perhaps
tho best of excellent dramas yet attempted
by tho enterprising manager of this houso,
audits success was gratifying In tho ox
tremo. Tho performance wns a good ono
throughout, and all camo away pleased,
'lhc "Celebrated Caso" will continue
through the week.
1IAIIT0N A I.OOAN'S DIME JIUSKUM.
Thu Park Theatre Company of Now York
appeared at tho Dlmo Museum yesterday In
".Moths." Tho niullcnco was lnrgo nnd
demonstrative nnd gave tho pleco n good
reception. To-morrow night will bu Its
Inst performance, nnd on Thursday "Ouo
Night In Itome" will ho substituted for tlio
remainder of tho week.
Alice Ontes began nnothcr week of her
engngtmcut at tho Comlqiio last night, ap
pearing ns Karl Darnlcy In "Tho Field of
tho Cloth of (iold." This Is ono of Mls
Ontes' fumous roles. Tho variety was
hardly up to tlio average.
MiNsrur.i.s at roan's.
Thatcher, Prlmroso and West's minstrels
open nt l'ord's Opcrn-llouso on Thursday
night, nnd will continue through tlio
nninlnder of tho week with a matfiico per
formance on Saturday. Besides tho pro
prietors, who have achieved cmiablo repu
tation In their profession, tho compauy
Includes Hilly lllce, (icorgo Kd wards and a
host of other comedians, tlio famous Nelson
inmuy ami an excellent male octet, supple
mented by tlio wonderful boy soprano J, P.
Wtmnrt. Tho pnst performances of this
company In this city warrant tho prediction
of a first class minstrel performance.
A 1'oHt'M ."Vliu'tocntli Anniversary,
A camp-fire wus given by tho members of
John A. linwllns Post, No. 1, (1. A. It., nt
Abuer's Hall last evening In honor of tho
nineteenth anniversary of tho post. Thcro
wns n largo uttendnueo nud nn enjoyable
programme discoursed. Speeches wcro
mnuo by General llurdctte, commandcr-ln-chlef
of tliod, A. It.; several approjirlato
poems recited by Colonel John A. Joyce;
Comrade McNulty sang several sougs;
Commodores llcrger and McKeo delivered
spirited addi esses. Tho llamcs from tho llro
did not begin to flicker until a lato hour In
the night, after all conceivable pleasures
had been dispensed with,
An ludliin lilil'H IIiiiiiIIwoi'U,
Ono of tlio teachers of tho Lincoln Insti
tute, an Indian school In Philadelphia, was
at tho Interior Department to-day nnd
called attention to tho fact that n lino dress
inodo by an Indian glr 17 years of ngo, ono
of her pupils, bad attracted a great ileal of
notice at the Pennsylvania State fair. It
was of rich material and mado In tho pre
vailing fashion except for tho (net thnt tho
girl wns evidently unaware of tho corset ago
nnd built tho dress ns If It wcro to bo worn
ou mi untrammelled female figure.
tin: rorii's 1"oi:m.
Augiirnr: Apparent flnininantlatiimlnnc.ielo,
felclereo(iio rubeiis fidget ab axo dies.
Contlnuo cffuglimt, subltoniio oxterrlta vlsu
Tartureos reputiint horriua monstra Incus.
Gciih Inlmlctis Deo pnrtcntum Invltn fitter!,
rictuquo ndiiilssum visa plaro scolus.
Timo veteros cccldcro Irno, tuno lingna
Pectora mux dulcl foedcro lunglt amort
(Juln ct tirlsca redlt pleta9 aeglcctnniio virtus,
Candida pax, cutusquo et kind fruudo
llluslrat vctus Ilia Itnlas Snplcntla mentos;
Longhi crroriira pulsa proterva eohors.
OlnetaAnsonlno tellusl Oclaro trliimphol
Lt eultii et patrla rellgloao wtens.
I eco tho future: Tho heavens blnzo with
lights, and tho duy shines reddening frum tho
etui ry skies,
Frightful monsters fly without conslni, unit,
terrified by tho sight, took ngnlu tho hikes of
Tlio peoplo Hostile to God, unwilling to no
knowledge tho omen, atouo with weeping for
their admitted guilt.
Then tho nnelcnt wrath wns stnyed, then
tho strife ceased, nnd sunn love binds hearts
together, by a sweet compact.
imrt.i: in (ii:Ni:it,i,.
Sai.vim nrrlved In Now York yesterday
nnd III open Ills present engagement nt
the Metropolitan Opera House, October 2d.
Tun llAi.TiMonn ftm- ot this morning
rajs Hint Mrs. Ilelva Lockwood was yestcr
dny granted a private ntidlciico by tho Presi
dent. It is itr.t'ouTnii out In Minnesota that
Mr. YViiidmii Is already laying his plans for
the novt United States Scnatorshlp from
Amiiu:w CAiiNr.oti:, tho Pittsburg man
ufacturer, bns given his workmen n library
building worth .TIO,000 and $1,000 cash with
which to buy books.
r.x-ATToiiNi:v-(!r.Ni:itA!, lluuwsrat nnd
wife and son were passengers nn I ho stoamer
Aurnnln, wlilch nrrlved nt Now York from
Oc.Nr.tiAi, Hancock will preside nt tho
meeting of the Loyal Legion that assembles
In Philadelphia October 'Jl. Tho General Is
expected to remain over till next day to dlno
with tho Clover Club.
William Goiiiion, n son of llobcrt Gor
don of the Loudon branch of tho great New
York bnuklug firm of Droxcl, Morgan ,fc
Co., Is plnjlng subordinate parts In an Lng
lltli provincial theatrical company.
Gi:m:iial Hi'tixu has a presentiment that
US Is a fatal nge In his family, and that ho
will not live past tho year 18SS. And, what
Is more, lie Is snld to bo making somo busi
ness arrangements on tho basis of that be
lief. AitcniinAcoN I'AUUAit planted a trco on
Mr. Child' lnwn nt Wootton last week,
near those planted by General Grant, Chris
tine Nllsson, Thomas Hughes, Hobcrt 0.
Wlnthrop, Hamilton Pish and Secretary
Mas. l'oon says sho doesn't think much
of tho special-delivery system. Sho gave
Fogg a letter Inst week, nnd It hasn't yet
i cached Its destination, Sho found It hi
Fogg's pocket this morning, just the same
ns usual. Button Transcript.
Amo.no tlio passengers by tho Normandlo
from Havro yesterday morning wcro tho
French billiard champion, Vlguaux, nnd his
wife. They will remain in Now York for a
week or two, after which they go to Chi
cago, where tho match between Vlguaux,
Seliacfer and Slossou will bo played.
Tin; MAiiuiAiii: of Miss Annlo Longfel
low and Mr. Thorpe will occur to-morrow
nt lhc Longfellow mansion, Cambridge,
Mass. Tho ceremony will tie performed by
the Hcv. Samuel Longfellow, undo ot tlio
bride, and Miss Olca Hull, tho groom's
nelce, will bo tho maid of honor. Tho
couple will live iu Cambridge.
A Height Mttlo Hiory.
Colonel Illchard J. bright, ox-Scrgcnnt-nt-Arms
of the Scnntc, prides himself on be
ing Just ns capable with tho rod nnd reel as
either cx-1'rcsldcnt Arthur or tho present
occupant of tho White House, or even Attorney-General
Garland. After tho sun has
set, and sometimes even upon a Sunday
evening, Colonel Dick may bo seen wending
bis way toward his Capitol Hill homo, with
a sixteen-foot rod In hand and n basket
strapped to his shoulder, clad In a corduroy
Jacket and felt hat, and carrying usually
from half a dozen to a dozen pounds of
black bass and perch. Hut It ho docs occa
sionally desccrato tho Sabbath In this quiet
Isaak Walton way, tho Colonel's good deeds
more than make up for It.
Ono day last week, ns a herdlo was plod
ding up tho II 111 with two poorly-clad little
girls and Colonel Dick nnd a fourth party
as occupants, tho elder of the children wns
about to destroy nn empty paper bag from
which tho two had just nbstrnoted a cheap
lunch of cakes from tho baker's. Tho
Colonel's quick eyo caught tho situation,
and ho slyly dropped a silver pleco Into tho
sack", which ono of tho little ones as quickly
reclaimed. Said ho: "Save that for your
lunch to-morrow." Tho two children
laughed with happiness, and ouo remarked
to her companion : "Oh, I'm goiu' to
tell" "Oh, you musn't do that," said
tho Colonel; "women cau't keep secrets,
but young ladles should know how to."
fcWW WWW W''W'-s,,'VWVN
JOHN SlIllllMAN .V CO.,
Ileal Estate Agents,
TiirsTurs salt: m vat.pahlh im-
rilOVI'.l) 1'HOI'EHTY, SIXTH STltUCY
ANO PENNA. AVE. S. E.
llyUrtuoof adeed of trust, dated Novem
ber a, lh7H, and recorded In llbor lew, folio SO,
ono of tho Land Kccords for tho District of
Columbia, I will sell at vmbltn miction. In
front of tlio premises, on WEDNESDAY, THE
S8TII DAY IIP OCTOUEIt, 1883. lit I o'clock
p, m., tho following property ileslgnutcd In
snld deed of trust, to wit: Lots numbered
eleven til), twelve (18) and thirteen (13), In
square, numbered eight hundred nnd forty
four (Sll), together withal! the Improvements,
Terms of sale SJ.OOO In ensh, balance In six
(C), twelve (1-J) nnd eighteen (IS) months, with
Interest from date of snlo. Deferred pay
ments In bu secured by deed of trust on tho
piopeily sold, or all cusli, at tho option of tho
pnrchutcr. All eoiiveyuiielng to bo at tho ex
pense of tho purchaser. A deposit of 8H"i
will boicipilred when tho property Is knocked
11EN.IAMIN V. KKYSnil,
TtccelvtrOer.-Anier. National Hank,
W. C. DUVAI.L, Auctioneer.
ni:w issui: OP STOCK.
COOPEIIATIVK IIUILDING ASSOCIATION.
ASSETS, SEPT. S5, 1885 510,03O.i;
Sub'erlntlons llooksnronnwopcn forsharoi
In tho lutli Issue, hubseiiptloasand Payments
enn lie made nt tho olllco of tho Association
ilalli from B;3i) u, m. to 1:30 p. m.
Monthly Payments nro 8- M per sharo.
Pnmphletsexplnlnlng tho object of HioAsso
elntlon, Its ndvantiiKi's, benellts, etc., will bu
lurulidicd nnd subscriptions received by
Thos, Somen lllu, President... 3is tilth t n w.
Dr. A. J. M.nthlrt.V. P., Druggist, II .t N Osts.
(!co. W, Casllcar, l V. P SOW N n w.
II. P. Fuller Disbursing Officer Agi Dent.
F.W. Pratt. .liro& Llfo Ins. Agt., Utli .j I) sis.
II. H.Twombley Office Public Printer.
L. Gardner. . . .Sco. Endowment Llfo, till F st.
Dr. (Ico. V. Fisher.. Hirqeou (Icncral's olllco.
Iloss A. Fish, Deputy Itegistcr, Treasury Dept.
llon.E.Spenr.Sollcllorof Patents. W71' 'stn w.
T. II, Cross, Jr., Lumber Dealer, 8th .teMsts so,
Geo. W. Darkness... .Plasterer, 1!0 II st n w.
Il.ltnlilnson, Itoblnson, Parker & Co.,Clothlers.
Chns. II. Ilalley See, Gas Co,, loth st n w.
(i ( 1 1 . fuviiie,Aiiy-iii-i.aw,ii lover iiuuiimg,!' si,
.1. Whit llenon Evening Star Olllco.
II. K.WIIInrd See. Col. Klro Ins., 1 110 F St.
.lolin K.llerrell Cor. 101 hand Pa live s o.
C. s. Price Druggist, ISO 7th st s w,
Dr. Iloht. lteyburn, sr ..Olllco, HrllFstuw.
F.T.llowser, II & O Ticket Agt, 1 1th .V, Pa nro.
John W. Sehnefer. .China Store, l(W)7tli st n w.
J. D. Free, Ir Ilonkstoro, 131) V st n w.
JOHN JOY EII.SON. Secretnry.
Olllco, 017 F st. n.w.
Olllco hours. 8:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. in. dally.
(rSNATH)NAI, JOCICIIV OI.U1I.
ME.MIIEIIS' DADOES nro now ready for do
llrcrynt the olllco of tho club, room No, 1,
Vernon How (corner of loth Bt. nud Pa. uro.):
at tho office of the Treasurer, I'M Pa. live., and
ntthooffieoor tho President, 1IIU N. Y. avo.
Knee duys, October ill, so, 81, SS und S).
It. F. IIAKKIt, Treasurer.
EITA IIUNTON JEFF CHANDLEIt
of Virginia. of Missouri,
HUNTON tc ClIANlll.KIt,
Will practlco In tho Supremo Court of tho
United States, the Court ot Claims, tho courts
of tho District or Columbia, beforo tho Com
mittees of Congress and the Departments,
Offices Nos. t)7, US uud "M Corcoran llulld
Ijsui'innou java conxi;,
I'rcsh Itoasted ovcry Day,
30o PISH POUND,
II, Q. KEYWOHTIPS,
020 Seventh st.
OrtSH-WAHIIlNOTIIN HAI'll DEPOSIT
010 Penna. Avo. Northwest.
Tho Company will rent small prlvatosafos
In Its new
F1IIE AND JlUItaLAIt-PnOOF VAULTS
from $B to 8100, according to slzo.
Silver Pinto and articles of vnluomaybj
stored and Insured for any length of timo a',
very reasonable charges,
iraS-'"'' MIIIVKl VON IIOI.OKIIOI'
tat nor I' street n. w dedrn to notify
thu public thnt ho will practice only until
November the 1st In tlrli city, nflir which
time ho will limit Ills imietlco to Klcctrnpathy
cx( luilrrly In Philadelphia, Pa. All stilicrers
who desire his ndMccnnd loiiviltutlon nhould
do sn nt unco. Illi celebrated Illectro llnths
will bnnilmlnltercd In tlio future, In several
braiii'li offices or this city, operated nnd enn
dueled by skilled KleelrlrlniH. noun-linn
KODTH CAI'ITOiTaJJII 1) HTH. R. W.
funeral Transfer Agency. Safes. Machinery
and lintodln-s moving a Specialty.
Telephone. 3. l-il. sotO
notioi: or itiiMOAi..
tt'ii will reinoi o our llenl Estate office about
Not ember 1 to 1107 1' sheet.
After tho nbovo dnto imr present office, No.
Mr, P Mrcct northwest, will bo for rent,
IMI'OltTANTNotleo to I.AItlllS.
ll'n nro now onenlini nnr stock nf
In Long and Short Wraps, Also tho samo
nnd full stock of Fur Trimmings.
Ladles having old saequcs to bo redyed and
shaped Into new stylo snequosor visiles aro
adMsed to bring them early.
II. II, STINE.METZ & SON,
Hatters and Furriers,
;eSI 1)7 l'eimn. Avenuo.
l-wMIt. 1.. (I. MAHINI'S
til ACADEMY OF DANCING,
Is now- nnen nnd new classes formed nvcrv
Snturdnv nt 2 p m for misses nnd masters; for
adults. Tuesdays nnd Thursdays.
To nil who aro suffering from tlio errors and
Indiscretions of youth, nervous wo.aknoss
early decay, los of manhood, Ao.. I will send
nreclpotlmt will euro you litEEOFCilAIlOi:,
This grent remedy wns discovered by n mis
sionary In South America. Send n sclf'nd
ilicssed envelope to tho ltov. Jos. T. Imnan,
Station 1). New York City.
For Vapor Stoves uso only
For tho Dcst Stovo buy tho DAKFORTlt,
DANFOnTH FLUID CO.,
jyil 70,i Ninth st, n. w.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
Aihertltrmtntt nf Thnt I.tntt umlcr thU hiatl
Inialdl Ihite llmofor S.1 cenlt.
I.IOU ltUNT-HIJtl lSlh st n w, Two
" licwly-furnlshed rooms, sd nnd 3d-story
fiont, with board; terms reasonable.
171 OK HUNT A Completely 1'iir
' nlslicd 10-rooin brick house, with mod
Imps; rent only 805 per month to a permanent
tennnt. Apply at 1 iiii 11th st n w.
17IOK KKNT Olin I.lll-go I'll inl slic-,1
; front roonu terms moderato. Apply ut
No. .ICO, corner I anil 3d st.
ITIOK HUNT At lttlO Stieot N V,
. handsomely furnished rooms, singly or
en suite: convenient to ears and hotels.
3?imKISlli:il HOO.1I A Liu-go I'nr
; nlshed room, sultablo for Indy and gen
tlcinan or two ladles. Inquire at 80S K st n w,
IjHIll KIlNT-llcautlfiil I'arlor nml
? Iied-room; new furniture. 170S F st n. w.
Jircakfnst served If desired.
170I11I11NT Nlcoly-riirnlsheil rooms:
. central locntlon, at reasonable rates.
t3S E st n w.
171 OH IU1NT Two C'oliiliilintl'llllllg
' rooms, on 1st tloor, sultablo for office,
icstanrnnt, etc. M3Ustnw.
ITOlt HUNT S Sil-Stnry rront Itoonis,
. imfurnlshedj gas nnd lintli; rent 815 per
month. Apply nt No. liSS N Y avo n w.
1JjM)ll ltlJNT Two rurnlxlicd nml tw-ii
. uiifuriilshcd rooms on first tloor. Sll
V.'th st n w.
Srrc I'OIt t:i,t:AXT I'lirhirs on 1st
O l'.oonopcn grates; S50 forsnino on
Sd lloer. Address Private Family, Critic of
lice. ,1l)lt K11NT Itoonis, on Sil nml !lil
tloor, furnished, juirtly furnished ortm-
lurnlshcd; central location, 1310 (I st n w.
IJIOK KKNT 1S4H 11th Street N W
; Two large, cheerful, communicating
rooms, nicely furnished, sultablo for light
housekeeping, to party without children; prl
"17 OK KKNT Tun I'lUlllsheil Itoonis
and two mifiirnlshed rooms, with board,
It desired, nt "SitJthst n w.
17urulshi'i1 HooiiiH hy thu Day, tVnoh
. or month; BO cents per day: centrally lo
cntedtonll Departments. OS.' Pennsylvania
avenue, opposite. Metropolitan Hotel.
i 1E N ST N IV AVoll ruinlslieil
1 4lU O lnrgo nnd small rooms: tablo board
convenlcnt;;gentleincn preferred; references
1iOK llUST-il IlnriiriilslKMl Itoonis
' on ono floor, sultablo for light house
keeping, In a new house; terms moderate. Ap
ply at till Mst n w.
17011 HUNT NICELY FUltUISHED SEC
" ond-story front room, with southern ex
posnrii. HIS K st n w.
"IVANTlin llyHio lfith or Octolior,
IT 3 unfurnished rooms on Sd tloor or S
rooms with privilege of putting piano In tho
parlor. Address II, l' Crltlo olllco.
WANTllll-Tmi or Threo Uiiriu-nUh-
1 cd rooms In central part of city for
light housekeeping. Address, stating terms,
S C II, Crltlo office; private family preferred.
7ANTU1I llyn Yiiiiiib Mini Ill tho
II Depnitments a nice slnplo room In a
private house where access can bo had to law
text books. Anilrcss Law Student, Crltlo
"WfANTliD-In tho Northwest Section,
II by gentleman and wife, unfurnished
2d or 3d tloor. Address, giving locntlon and
price. I'lnnklnnd Innniis. lias !' st n w.
A Ilnrgnln Nlco three-story and cellar brick
dwelling on tho north sldo of Ithodo Island
avenue, bet nth and lotlistsn w, continuing
11 room anil even modern Imnroroment
l'rlco 811,000; reduced to 85,300
A splendid threo-stoiy nnd bnsement brlek
dwelling on Maryland arc, bet 1st andSd
sts n e, containing IS rooms and erery mod
em Impiovcment; laigo lot, etc; price. 83,000
A nlco two-story press brick houso with every
convenience, on I st, bet Sltli nnd SSth n w;
Thtit elegantly-llnlsbcd dwelling on thosw
coimr ot Mil nnd 1 sts n w; Just completed;
coutnlnlng 10 rooms nnd lino cellar; every
modern convenience; tho only remaining
ouo of the four, tho others were all sold be
foro completion SV'W
A great special bargain l'lno 3-story nnd cel
lar press brick dwelling on Columbia st.
nenr thocor of It I avo; contains D rooms,
bath-room und every modern convenience;
buy window. Former prlco 8 1.O'JO. Will bo
oilerctl this week only for 81,000
A splendid lot nn tho north sldo of M st, bet
Hlli and suth sts nw, 30x101 lect. Price per
Fi It only 7.1c
North tide of Muss live, bet lOlh and 17th sts
nw. two ndlolnluclots. each MX ft front
Prlco per so it only tS
On tho no corner of Kith and Sampson sts,
fourndtolnliiL' lot, each S3.BX1IK). frontlnir
onltthst. Prlco iier sq ft 81
So cor 1Mb and HI nvo u w a beautiful
comer. Prlco per sq ft SS.75
A hiindi-omo lot on tho south sldo ot Pst, bet
17th unit lfcth sts n w, SSxlK) feot. Prlco iier
so ft 8I.SS
Ii his lot adjoins Lieut Slack's residence,
Also a long list of other desirable properly,
linprou'dund unimproved. Call or send for
list. J), II. WAHNEIt,
010 1' St. II. W.
17011 K A 1.1'. A. Country lMiien, nf
J: about SSacies, In Jlontgomcry County,
Md., Improved with a lino houso, etc; 1 hour's
iltlvu from Washington over a good road; lo.
entlon healthy; good water uud shade, Ad
dress II..I., crltlo office.
IjlOIt HA1.11 llmiMi IllJrt Sil St N M't
: hall; U rooms, water, ie. Apply at SS03 1
st n w.
AdurtlHtntnti of Thrtt J.mti under Ihlt head
Imtiltd that timet for S5 centi.
17OK SAI.Il-lii N llSeellon nroity, 11
.' iot W It S In by 00 It; 011 tho lino or II st
curs; will bo sold cheap to Immediate pur
chaser. Address II CM, Ciltloolllco
1 Uy AUSTIN P. IHtOWN,
1-120 F Bt. n. w
40,000 feet of ground on Itlth st. n. w., bet,
Scott Circle nnd It St., and (10,000 foot on N.
11. nro,, bet, Dupont Clrelo and L st, Soverai
llrst-class linuses, ranging In prlco from 810,
OOP to 810O.IKIO. '
ri'O lIXCIIANdt; -HIO Aoi-cb nf Oonil
X bind In Southern Minnesota for iinlin
prvocd propcrtylnWushliigton, Address Pair
biiult, Crltlo officii,
ttl ANTED-TO EXOIIANOK NEW STOVES
T for old ones at Dutlor's Stove Exchange,
corner 6th and It sts. Smoky chimneys cured
or no pay. Stoves oxchaugvd for groceries,
Old etoyos bought,
W A N T E D H EL P TE M ALE
Ailtertlumtnlt of Thrtt Unit umler Ihti htad
UiHiUd thrtt (Una for m einlt.
VsTANTi:i Girls in Work ut TTr
11 learn tailoring. Aiiply at Conovcr's
cor, lib and I ts n w.
"f ANTED -Ciiliirrtl Wiiiniin to Ciinlt
I In a fnmlly of three; no other work.
F. T. X.. critic office.
WfANTllD-A AVIillo Cnnli WIIIiiiiiI
1 1 family; who understands her business
nnd will tend toll; nlso u whlto chambermaid
nnd. waitress; both tnut remain at night.
Apply at No 1st I (I tii w.
fANTnDA tirsl-elii.s Coloreil
II Cook, with references. Apply to tho
rANTi:i A Itcxpcrtnhln Willie
II wotnnn ns cook nnd for general houso
work; good inferences required, Address
Mrs. II. ,M Crltlo office.
rANTHD-A Settled Whit.. Woman
1 Y (derinnti prctctrcd) to cook, wash nnd
Iron; a suitable person will have n iiermnucnt
home; references required, Inquire at 1313 tj
st n w.
rANTIin-AIVIilln (till ns Niilse, ut
sin ra avo s c.
fANTIlD-A Oonil AVniiiiin mill llic
pericnceu cook iwnuei ni ir." a si u o.
"tTT'ANTIill Vniing l.mly In TpiipIi
11 l'reneh to children In n fnmlly; good
bonul und houioln tho family. Mason, Crltlo
TTJANTIII) A (liioil Ci.loced Cool(
11 must bo steady and of correct habits;
deslinblu place to tho right woman, M. Jl, M
I SMTTI.KD, Mlitdln-Aged AVIillo
V. woman enn secure a position as nurse
bynddiesslng Mother, Crltlo office.
-lrANTi:i-A Thoroughly Cnpulile
1 1 young glrlfor general liousowork;miist
have references. Address M. Tucker, Crltlo
Adreiti'tmentt of Three T.inei under thlt liead
Intel lid tiiee timet for S3 etntf.
rANTED-A Onoil .StinciiinUirrral
11. i'. i.it?. s, sn . .1 avo n w.
II a good hand nnd Is quick nt Ilgurcs.
Merchant, Crltlo office
-ITfANTKD-Twn Ymiiig .lien Who
1 1 havo hud somo experience at painting;
110110 need nimly but thoso who havo had ox-
pcrleneo. 31, Dclnwnre nvo 11 o.
WANTED SITU ATION S.
Advei tltimenlt of Three lAnet under thlt liead
Intel tid time timet for "IS centt,
-rAN'Ti:D-l'nslllnn us Dully lnv
IT crncss to young children; thorough
primary course In English, muslo nml French
(acquired In France.) Address N. M., Crltlo
-vyANTUD-llv 11 Smart, Intelligent
1 1 eoioreo gin, a pineo as nurso orciinm
bormnld; willing to glvo llrst-elnss references;
nlso stay nights. Address 1G3T) V st, bet 10th
nml 17th sts 11 w.
"WfANTED lly 11 llespeeluhle Cnl-
1 1 ored girl, a plueo to do housework In a
private fnmlly; must go homo nlglits. In-
qulro nt 4-10 L st 11 w.
"-irANTi:i-Shnrlhiiiiil Writer WuiitM
II a plnco In somo good offico; retcrenoos
given. "Shorthand," Crltlo office.
-VrANTHD-lly 11 Young Colored Mini
11 with good references, 11 Munition ns
driver Inn private family, and will mako him
self useful about the liou,-e; or with a travel
ing salesman. Apply at 101 D st 11 0; Edward
yANTi:i-ririt-chiss Washing In
11 tako home; references furnished. Ad
dress ffiitfii Stoddard st. West Washington.
"7"ANTi:i)-A Sltiiiillon, hy 11 Colored
11 boy, us waiter, drive or mako himself
generally useful. Address ir.'S I, st nw,
11 ntlon to cook; good references. Cuth-
ciine. Critic ollleo.
"T7'ANTi:D-l,nltInii hy Experienced
II typo-wrller, having machine, Address
L. llodney. Critic onteu.
-yANTHD-A Kesieellllle Mlihllo
1 1 nged lndy wnnts u plnco ns cook; n
business place preferred. Address ISO Md nvo
V" ANTMII-Slliiiitlmi hy 11 Young
11 man as collector; somo experience;
good referent es; salary not so much an object
11 s employment. Address M, t) Crltlo olllco.
7"ANTi:il-A Woman to Cook und
1 1 assist la tlio caro of children; must stay
nt night, Apply at 1B0S llth st 11 w.
Tiilv Willie dill Desires 11
lace Inn private family 11s nuiso or
chambermaid! Is willlniHo muku herself i?en
erally useful; for Information Inquire atTSJ
Sd st, bet (1 nnd lino.
YtTAN'Ti:!) lly 11 Co, nl Tenant, Hie
1 1 best houso lor 8000 a year In tho north
west quarter. Send full particulars to F. F.
F Crltlo office.
"I VT'ANTKD To Kent 11 llnusn nr H tu
11 10 rooms for family of adults near tho
Capitol; Capitol J I 111 preferred. Address Z,
AdrertUementt of Three Llnet under thlt head
Infilled three timet for S3 centi.
WAN'IT.D-A I. Iglil-Kiiiiiilng, Second
hand spring wagon. Address J. T. Z.
Sims, tit y P. O.
T7"ANTi:i) A Seenliil-IIunil Copy or
1 1 Kent's Commentaries, Address ''Stu-
dent." Crltlo olllco.
WANTIlll-To liny n Seconil-llmiil
11 sideboard; mahogany preferred. Side-
board, Crltlo office.
"VsT ANTED A (inml Secuiiil-II'inil
1 1 ma Lie lantern or stereoptloon outllt;
Til. McAllister's mako preferred. Address,
with description, S (I N.IOJSthst se.
11 horses for family uso, Address M. T.
S Crltlo olllco.
-J ANTED Neeuiiil-hiiud 1' 1 a 11 u ;
11 hnalio miiKo prelcrrcu, AdUiess uor.i,
WANTED A l'nw Table llimiilers Iu
a private family, at 811 llth st; refer
ences. WANTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT 1)11.
Taylor, 031 F street, near Tenth, makos
beautiful sets of nrllllclal tooth for S3! guar
anteed to glvo full satisfaction; extracting
with gas, chloroform or local nnosthetlcs, CO
cents; without, S3 cents; Clllug ut very low
T HICK, NO. 400 MAINE AVENUE; UAH
J J. pcis to clean, mattresses remade;
leathers renovated, Telephoao call,
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Adrei tltementt of Thrtt Llnet under thlt head
Inmttd three timet ortSicentt.
17OK KENT i:i:i ntii st 11 o M-Stm-y
. bay window; tl rooms; now; all mud. Imps.;
price, sin. ney at isu dui si ii 0.
IBM 0 st s w, 7 rooms SJO l
KIT Va nvo w, 10 rooms S3 IS
1011) h Cup it, ft rooms 11 no
ins 13th sts w, a rooms 10 30
vosiststs w,4 rooms H 00
Apply to A. S. OAYWOOI),
Cor llth nnd K sts 11 w.
iorlMh&N Y avo, 10 rs, ml E3V) 00
llixilllnve, ISrs, ml S3 31
SI Lafayettu Square 31) a)
SI.'MKstu w, Ms, ml MOO
13SIN Yave, ISrs, ml 1S5 00
Hill Slstst.lt rs 100 00
Wissistst.il rs, ml moo
lssssuthst, Brs, ml S3 00
IWUSSithstll W, HIS 8300
luis 1 Itli st u w, lira U300
1SS3ItstllW, Brs 13 00
17S0 Do Sales Bt, Ill's 73 00
1710 K I nvo, 13rs
lloa.Mnss live MO 07
nillKbtu w, llrs 1S3 00
17l8Nstn w.lOrs 03 00
080 F st 11 w, IS rs 1S3 00
1813 Nil live n w, ISrs 183 00
1315 Nil nvo u w. isrs 10000
1013 P St II w, II IS woo
1111) Po Sales id 11 w, lira 13 00
THOMAS J. liSIIEH&CO,,
. I3JI Y street northwest.
170K HENT-UouHo Sim llth st 11 w
? isf rooms; modern Improvements. In-
quiru iiii i'iii si.
I7IOK KENT Thi-mi-stni-y llrlelt, UIIII7
M st n w; storo and live rooms; gas, wa
tt r, huge cellar, A.O.; SS3 per month; key 13S.J
0 st 11 w.
A" COIII'l.'lfMiiyOhtulu Onu U. Idiom
homo freo of rent In exchange of ser
v Ices; no children; references required, Aptily
ni mm mill ktn w.
DO AR D I H Qu
? No 1818 Sid st, bet M and N, for $8 per
fPWO or Threo (loulloiuiiii Can
J tablo board In n nrlvato family In the
neighborhood of Franklin Park, Address 0.
Jt Crltlo office.
D"il. ixONVTHKoi-DEST ESi'AIILISHHI)
and only rellnblo Ladles' Physician In tho
city, can bo consulted dally, 401 0 st bet. -IM
and tlth st. 11. w. Prompt treatment. Corro
spunilcnco nnd consultations strictly confi
dential, Separate rooms for ladlos. onico
BU SINESS CHANCES.
fANTr.ll-A Snlnoii-Kei'iior Willi 11
11 good stnnd wants a partner with 8LS00
cnpllnltno trlllcrs nceil answer, Addrosi
Saloon.kecpcr. Crltlo offieo,
I' ADIEH-Eleclrio Treatment nml
Jllnths given nt your own residence. Cures
general debility, dyspepsia, rheumatism, neu
ralgia, giving sticngtli and Utallty to tho
whole system; terms low this month. Call
Immediately or address Mrs. Dr. (Muriel, 70S
DKESSMAKINO In All Its llninclies;
work neatly and promptly done; llttlag
ami din pi 111: unexcelled; special Inducement
to ladles who prefer doing their own sowing.
Ml Hlli st.
MIIS. I.. COCIIIIANE, Drossiiinlttug,
cutting and basting; also dress cutting
taught, 700 llthst 11 w.
rpilll Cheapest I'lace Iu lluy SIImh
J plated ware Is nt Frank's Jewelry store,
137 Pa live; wntehcafrom S3 up.
VOW In Your Cliancn to Heeuro llar
1 gains. C. A. llcst.fc Co. nro closing busi
ness nt ISSO E st 11 w. Selling out below cost
their lnrgo stock of offico desks, chairs nnd all
klndsot modern nnd iiutlquo furniture, brass
nud Iron finders, old glass and chluawurc,
Ct EOKdl). tbe ltenson 1 Clin Dress Su
r elegantly Is simply Ibis; 1 get my menls
nt the Porsylh Cnfe. 018 loth st, for 30 or SIS
a month, nml llvollko 11 lord nt Hint; hence,
you see, I hnve a surplus of cash to Invest In
PILLS OF TANSYASS0,ir.
wnyscffeetunl. Sealed inrllnilart, S eta. Wit
cox Speclllo Mcdleliio Co., lidhidclphln, Pit.
riMIOIirill Insignificant, it O111I11 or
.1. sand has Its lclatlonsblp to tho earth;
attention, workingmen: lllllynrd's littlo lint
stoin Is Illicit with reliable hats uud furnish
ings nt honest prices; 81.83 buys a fur Derby:
J.'l.60 permit forcnincls'halrunderwear; good
Milne at .iniyaril, 1307th stjrw.
1)KIVATI) Iiislriietlons In ligilies,
J. landcniics, Kensington llowors and
china painting, S3e, .Addiess Artist, Crltlo
01. OAKS nnd Oilier Dry (loods ."Must
bo closed out at .1. E. Young's, 730 7th
st, on account of tho salo of tho property.
GII.T-lltKli: CAIUNET PHOTOS
88.30 per doz; nny stylo; salln-llnlshcd
work; satisfactory proof shown: succoss with
children. Lardncr & Co., 1)87 Pa avo, over
CnrpetH mid rurnltnce, lllitukets,
Comforts, Feathers, etc, sold on weekly
or monthly payments ut Smith's, 113 New Jcr
sey avo 11 w.
THE LAST AND DEST WHITINQ MACHINE,
Eighty-four letters anil characters written
by twenty-eight keys, llnlf-n-dozon dlfferc
kinds of tvpo on snmo machine. Anyono ci
i.ichlno. Auvono can
learn It hi ten minutes. Examination In
vlted. lloom ID, Paclllo building.
A 111 OI'I'EK Tu Introduce Them
wo will 01 VE AWAY 1,000 Self-Operating
Washing .Machines. If you want ono send
us your name. P.O. nud express offieo nt onco.
Tho National Qo 23 Da.y t,H, Y.
J WKINHKIMKK'.S Dyeing, Scmir
1 .tnennd tieanlni: Establlslunent. atom
Nltlist. u. w Wasblngton, I). C. All kinds of
ladles' nnd gentlemen's clothing dyed nnd
cleaned In tho best manner. Formerly at SOU
EUII1IEK OOODS t Klllibel- (inods I
. A new enterprise for Washington. Good
yen r lumber Company, 483 Utli st 11 w. You
will find everything la tho India HuhbcrLtao
hero and goods that will giro satisfaction.
EX'PEHT OI'EHATOltS WANTED. TYPE
WIHTEKS; nil kinds for rent .nml for sale;
second-hand. "CALIOltAPH OFFICE," tl)i
Pst. Tclephono No. 11S-S.
&TATIONEUY AND SUPPLIES. COPYING A
WYCKOFF, SEAJIANS & IlENEDICT,
Corner of tth und F sts.
Tclephono No. 330-S.
17XCEI.SIOK CLOCK HEPAIHIXa DEPOT,
J No. tl."i8 Pa avo east; all orders promptly
attended to; all kinds of clocks for salo on
monthly or weekly payments.
J. Q. HATES.
17 II. YOUNGS, STEAM CARPET CLEAN
. Ing nud renovating works; feathers rcn
ovnted, mnttrcsscs mado over, furniture
steamed and moths destroyed. 1122 Pa. nvo.
Factory, corner fith nnd Ksts. s. e.
TAMES ItUTHEHFOItD, DEALEU IN FINE
tl Family Orocerlos and Provisions; also
Wines and Liquors, DUO D st. n. w. Spe
clalty mado of lliro Alden Fruit Vinegar.
JL. KEHVANI), 1012 PENNA. AVE., EN-
graver. Plato and 00 visiting cards, 80
cents; Ct) cards from samo plato,15 cents; 100
caids printed from plato. 70 cents.
MEDICINE FOH DOGS.
All Diseases Cured.
Cor. I'hj st. and Mil, nvo. a. w.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
r HA I. ESTATK llUI.l.DTIN
THOS. E. WAGGAMAN, 017 F stroot.
Changes mado Wedacsdays and Saturdays.
THHEE-STOHY DltlCIC AND FHAME
HOUSES FOH SALE.
PSOlltli st, b h, mod 1111,1s rs $13,000
71'JStlist,bh, mod Im, 17rs 11,8-C!
781 Mh st, lib, mod Im, 17 rs 11,8-ii
783 Mb st, b h, mod Im, 17 rs 11,81
101.1 10th st, bh, modlin, 10 rs ll.ooi)
t)I7 II st, lib, inodlin, lOrs 10,0S0
TSSSlstst.bh. mod Im, ISrs O.IXK)
Bill N Y nvo, h h, mod Im, IS rs 11,000
t) I st, b h, mod Im, 13 rs 8,.v)
blOl st, Ii Ii, mod Im, 10 rs 7,01
TWO-STOHY 111IICK AND FHAME HOUSES
Snuthenst nnd southwest.
400 nnd 108 llth st s w, b h.mod lm,t) rs. .$m
MAllthstse, fh, His S,00O
C15 1st s w nud three homes In rear, f h
fi 2 WK)
ISllPaavo'se, r'lu'sra.i S.'.VX)
riSiMthstse. fh,7rs S,300
aiSnndailMstsw, f h, Irs 1,000
111 and 111 A sts o, bh, 0 rs l.rsu
TlHUIist se.h b, Irs 1,000
luHnii(H101)thstsw, f h,3rs 1,000
lOlsthstso, bh, I is BOO
UNIMPHOVED PHOPEHTY FOH SALE.
Noior fth nnd Osts $1,0)
Pa uu', bit 80th und Kock Creek 8,000
Kst.bct ICthnnd I'.tl J-'I.OO
Est, bit Hth und 13th 2.7S
17th und P sts s.oo
NY live, lictHh nnd lOtli sts 1.73
S w cor Hh and O sts 1.50
So cor Utli and O sts IM
Ost, bet bth und tllh 1.M
lilhst, bet o nnd P l.M
HOUSES roil HENT.
(905 llthst 11 w, 8 rs 888 00
617 N Cup bt ne, ml, brs SO 00
Kll.ftnw, Ors so no
.'at est so, 8 rs 8000
l.VIOHthstnw, Urs 18 00
1811 13th st n w, 7rs 18 00
SS13 7th st 11 W, 0 rs Ill 00
tSMjrtlest ni',7 rs ' 13 00
17)3 lllggs st 11 w, 0 rs 13 00
IUucmcnt s w cor Utli and 1) sts 11 w 13 00
STOHES AND OFFICES.
est) Ijinvonw, storo, Irs Stoo no
i;87 La avo 11 w, storo, 5 rs J0O UO
8 0 cor 1th and N sts, stoioand dwel-
ling, in 1, 11 is 75 00
10111 F st 11 w, storo, 1 room -to no
mossthstn w, storo S3 no
4CM La ave, 3d floor, I rs, office 30 00
Hth and Pa live, 11 w, room 13, offico..., SS 50
(',18 F st, room :),offico so no
C18F st.room 8, olllco 13 00
Uuuton bldg, IOOU183, offico 13 00
In sums to suit nt 0 per cent.
Tho above Is only a small portion of prop,
rityon my books, For full (1st cull at office
for bulletins Issued nn 1st nnd 13th.
1" poll KENT- KliohoiT rimiMied"7ur
: housekeeping, with basement room
(front) adjoining, In good locution; would
mako niraiigimcnts to hoard with thoso who
take Ihcm. AdiliossltnmClinncn, Crltlo office.
MONEY TO LOAN.
IIIAYi: Money In Loan nil flood Iteul
I'stllto or collateral keeiirltv nt lowest
rates of Interest No delay when security Is
(moil. (,'. (i. OIIEEN, lloom 1, Firemen's
liulhllng, cor 7th st nnd La nvo.
MONEY tu I. onu nt Lowest Itiitos nf
Interest on real estu'o situated In tho
District of Columbia, Thomas J. Fisher
Co,, 13SI F bt n w.
1 f( TO 800OTO81O.O0O, ANDLAItQEII
ftplvV sums on real estate; lowest rates;
call now. WM.F.HOLTZMAN.Attornoy, 1381
V St. n.w.
1". W. I'AllltAlt. I. I
Arehhlsliop ot Westminster,
Will deliver two lectures In this city, ns fol
lows, In tho
l'miiAY Ei:NiNn, Oct. 10, Subject:
Sati'iihav F.vknino, Oct. 17, Subject!
"HOilEHT HKOWNINO'.S POEMS."
Tickets TSrrntsnmt Sl.withont oxtrn cbnrgo
for reicncd seats. On sale at llrentano's, bo
glnnli g Monday morning, Oct IS, nt o'clock.
Doors open nt 7: lectures at 8: cnrrhigns nt ;to.
NATIONAL JOCKEY CLUB!
THE FALL MEETING WILL TAKE PLACE
.Monday, October tilth,
Tuesday, October IHIIh,
Wednesday, Oclolier :!1(,
Thursday, Oclolier SSd,
I'rldiiy, Oetuhvi- liid,
FIVE RACES EACH DAY.
Grand Steeplechases !
ALL THE BEST HORSES.
F11IST HACK EACH DAY AT HALF
PAST ONE O'CLOCK.
Perfect onlcr will, ns usual, bo preserved,
nnd no disreputable persons will bo admitted
to tho (Iroiinds or Stand,
Special llnco Trains of tho Daltlmoro &
OhlontlSdO, 18.30, 1 and 1:30 p. 111. Return
trains will bu In wnltlng when tho races uro
over. Hound-trip tickets only Ten Cents.
Members' lladges can bo obtained from Mr.
II. F. linker, lis) Pennsylvania avenue; at tho
office of Club, Tenth street nnd Pennsylvania
avenue, nnd nt thu offieo of .Mr. J. F, olm
stead. 1 11(1 New York nvenno.
Stockholders of tho National Fair Associa
tion can obtain their tickets from Mr. (leorgo
It. ltepctll, secretary, l Pennsylvania avo.
J, F. OLMSTEAD,
H. D.MrlNTYHE. Secretary.
O Tlio STEAMEH EXCELSIOH
WASIHNOTON AND NOHFOLK LINE
Will bo withdrawn from tho routo niter SUN
DAY, SElTEMIIEIt ISO.
Tho STEAMEH OEOItOE LEAHY, com
mencing SUPTEMI1EH Jl.wlllIe:ivo7tlistreet
wharf MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND Fltt
DAYS nt fiflo n. in, Itcturnliig. leavo Noll
l'OI.K, from Iloston wharf, on TUESDAYS,
TUUltSDAYS AND SATIIKDAYS nt 1 p. m.
WM. P. WELCH,
sol? (lenernl Agent.
T. VUKNON I HIT. V13KNONI
STEAJIEH W. W. COHCOHAN r-"
Leaves 7th st. wharf dally, oxcept Sunday, for
Jit. Vernon nt It) o'clock n. m.; roturnlng,
reaches Washington about a:UO p. m.
I.. I.. DLAKE, Captain.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
IJtOKSAIiE-AVurv linn ttrunswlch
" k Dulko pool Inble, with Ivory balls,
cues, rack, etc.. complete, and cheap forcash;
also storo counter nud two sets of drawers,
Mtf Fa oven w.
"lT'OIl MA I,i: At 001 Dili st 11 w, 11 Cow
J: new Household nud a lot of second-hand
sewing machines nf all makes, la good order;
will bo sold very low tocloso up thu business.
W. S. TAI'PAN, Assignee
Need les for nil machines.
17MI11 NAIii: Iron Hiiro fur Snlo Yory
.' cheap. Address Lawyer. Crltlo offieo.
370H SALE Wilt Sell Two (inml Al
. derncy cows cheap for cash. Address Al
dcrncy, Crltlo office.
I? OK .SAIil-Eliipluyinulit hir All
' 100 vnlunblo rcciiies for mnmifactiirlng
useful household articles; quick sales; largo
prollts. Address Heclpos, Crltlo office.
ITIOK NAI.K A Itllieb-linil-Tan Dog,
? thorouBliliied.andagoodratter. Address
Martin. (Title office.
ITIOK SALE Dump Curt) Cheap for
. Cash, by addressing Teamster, Crltlo
ITIOK SAI.i: Old Nonsiuipoi-s foe
. wrnplag, Appply at counting-room of
A 12-uorso power Englno and bollor
Apply nt Crltlo Offico.
I OST On l'l'iiiisylviinlii Am, Near
setUng;llbcral reward. (J.T., CiHIooflleo.
17OI)Nl-Oii tr.th st, near tlio Treus
; ury, five imwii tickets. Owner can get
them hy addressing Thomas. Crltlo olllco.
i USTIN P. KKOWN,
HEAL ESTATE AND LOANS,
1120 V Street Northwest.
HOUSES FOH SALE.
0 new brick houses, Wnllack Place,
cor 13th Bt, cacl 83,300
Hrlck house, 13th st, nbovo Iowa Clrelo. SS.S30
Drlek bouse, Ast, near Capitol 87,000
3 brick houses, Vt nve, bet T and W
Bts 83,330 toS3,G30
I brick houses, 1.3th street, bet (J and
It 83,500 to 83,500
S brick houses, P street, bet bth and
ICth, each S3.0OJ
Hrlck hotuc, 1) st n 0, bet 10th nnd 13tIi.SJ,U0O
llilck house, lfith st, bet P nnd Q $13,000
Hrlck house, M st, bet lSth und S0th....S18,O00
Sbilcklbouscs, O st, bet llth nnd 13th,
Hrlck house, F st n w, bet 5th and 7th. .$10,000
Hrlck house, 1) st, bet Sd and 3d 11 w..,, $1,000
Hrlck bouse, Corcoran st, bet llth nnd
Hrlck house, Wi st s w, near Smithso
nian Institute $7,000
5 brick houses, SSth st $5,500 to $7,000
Hrlck house, Mb and I nw $10,000
3 brlek houses, 13th st, nenr Tn w $5,500
Largodoublii houso, Mass avo, bet 18th
st and Thomas Circle $70,000
Shriek houses, P st, bctothnnd 7th,
sts $1,800 uud $1,600
Lnrgo house, nenr Scott Clrelo $185,000
S brlek houses, 1) st u 0, bet Ctli nml
7th, each $1,300
Prick house, llthst, nenr Agricultural
Ilonso nrul corner lot 011 Conn ave, suit
able lor lino building $13,500
Hrlck house, P st, near 18th $11,000
Hrlck house, L st, bet 80th and 2Sd $0,500
lltlck house, M st, bet 10th and llth,
with stable $80,000
Hrlck house, cor 17lli and It ,..$S,000
Pramo cottage, lnrgo lot, T Bt, nenrN
Hrlck house, I st, bet 18th st and P01111
Hi Ick house, 10th st s e, bet F und a . . . . $8,000
8 brick houses, lllggs st, each $5,500
Hrlck house, cor lllggs and 13th $18,000
Hrlck houso, Yt avo, bet K nad I, sts. . .$35,000
Hrlck houso, N st, bet ITIh and 18th
11 w $10,000
Now brick house, Iowa Llrclo $10,500
llilck house, cor Mass avo and 15th st.. $18,000
Vacant property In all sections of tlio city
Sovcral houses for rent, furnished and un
furnished, Money to loan on real cstato security.
Large loans n specialty,
Tl EltZOtl'S Ninlh-sl. Opem-ltouse.
jlx upe fjuart norm oj ltnm. Art.
' 11. 111. 1 Two Performances Dally. I N p, 111.
Ilrllllant Production of tho Orcat Sensational
A CELEBRATED OASE.
m Pm-iiun line ns: To Family Circle, 10cj
Pntqurt nud Orchestra chnlrs, sHe. No extra,
ehnrgo for resened seats, seciinsl six days In
ndwinco. At mutlncos only, children under
18 jcars of ngondmlttcd to reervcd chairs lOo.
llox-offico open from H a. m. to 10 p. in.
Oct 10 Harry ,t Fay's "Irish Arlstocraoy."
"VXW NATIONAL TIIEATKi:.
'Ihls and El cry Evening During tho Wcolt,
nlsoat tho Wednesday and (Saturday
Matinees, tho Accepted Artist
nnd Orcnt Farm Ho,
31 it. itoi,AM iii:i:i,
Who will show Ibo patrons ot tho theatro that
thciu Is one
In which everyone can pleasantly participate.
Mr. Heed, (ho original American Ko-Ko,will
offer In this city for tho llrst llmo a now mod
ley on themes from "ibo Mikado," besides
An eicnlngof purclegltlmnte, Irrepressible
fun Is guaranteed by HEED hi IIUMIIUO,
JAMES O.'NEILL In Charles Fcchtcr's version
of Dumas' greatest work,
Muxy echi sro.
: MINSTHELS CO.MlNll.
Three Nlglits and Saturday Mntlneo Only.
COMMENCING THt'HSDAY. OCTOIIEU 13.
TIIATCIIEK, I'ltl.MltOMi; A: WEST'S
Tho now and excellent features consist of
tho Lawn Tennis Song nnd Dance, Ilia Fox
Hunt Clog, tho lllack Adonis, tho Drum Ma
Seats can now bo reserved.
()CTOIIHIt Hl-IIOYT'S'TIN S0LDIE11.'
I 1.11A COII'S (Iriinil Operu-IIonso.
COMMENCINO MONiTaY. OCTOUEIt 12.
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATUHDAY.
A WEEK ()FSOLlD FUN.
FUNNIEIt THAN AldToTlIEHS COMUINED.
Tho Popular Comedians,
UVAAS AXI IIOIIV,
Presenting tho Latest Comlo lilt,
.a. r-A.iiriOii nvn-TCEC.
THE FUNNIEST PLAY EVEIt WHt'ri'EN.
lly C1IAHLKS I10YT, nuthor of "A Hunch
of Keys." Hepletu with New Music, Now
Songs and Slilo-spllttlim Sltuutlons.
Coinu prepared for a big, hearty, prolonged
laugh that will Inst Tour Ufa timo.
Next Wcek-FHANK MAYO, hi his Greatest.
TNl-Mi: MUSK CM,
X' Penna. avo., near llth street.
Fashionable attraction. Ono Dollar Perform
ance for Ono Dime. The Eminent Actresses,
Miss HelenoAdcll nnd Miss Sarah Luscellcs,
assisted by W.O. Englo and tho (treat Park
Theatro Company. New York, that will np
penr on Mondny, Tuesday nnd Wcdacsdny nf
tcriioon nud night In Ouiila's famous dramati
zation, MOTHS. On Thursday, Friday nnd
Saturday, ONE NIOllT IN HOME. Admission
to all only 10 cents. Seats reserved threo
days In advance.
ALIO E O A T E S,
As "Itaphnel" In
TEE FIELD OF THE CLOTH OF OOLD.
Tho Grangers, Hud nnd Lulu. "Ward," tho
An Entire New Female Minstrel Scene.
Matinees Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
riMIU WASIHNOTON KINK,
JL Ninth stand It I Avo.
THE ELITE HINli OF THE CITY.
Till) OKiniNAI, MIDGUTS.
Wednesday nnd Thursday, October II and 15.
Hchnto tlckctsat tho Drug Store.!.
"pltOl'ESSOK SHELDON'S DAXGIXft
J. Academy, ion I F St. Adults, Mondny,
Wednesday und Friday, 7toti:30. Juveniles,
Mondny nud Wednesdny, 3:30 to 0; Saturday,
1 tn 8:30. All latest dances.
Franklin Institute, Phila.
.i'-Id nml Zlliii'kct HtieetH.
Open 10 n. m. 10 p. m. (Sundays Excepted)
Until October 31.
Finest Collection of Patented Novelties over
CONCERTS BY GEKMAHIA 0RCIIE3TKA,
Chas. M. Schmltz, Leader.
ADMISSION, COo. CHILDHEN, HALF-PItlCE
Couron Tickets (not good If detached)
10 for $3.50.
Apply to tlio Director of this Exhibition for
Wo Oiler lirst-CInss (1 1'or Cent, llniiiln
for Investment, Which Wo Cull
Kccoittincml to Persons Wishing
Special attention given to Departmental
and other Collections, lluy nnd sell United
States Honds uud All District Securities, Wo
DHAFTS AND CIHCULAn LETTERS OF
CHEDIT ON EUltOPE AND THE EAST.
TOWERS & GREEN,
NO. 14S3 V &TKI3ET NOIU'HWIiST,
Washington, D. C.
CAMPBELL & CO.,
Stock. Grain, Provision ana Petroleum
1420 Ponna. Avo. (Up stairs),
Direct wire tu Now York nml Chicago,
J. VANCE LEWIS,
Stocks, Grain, Provisions
I.e Droit Dlllldllig, Eighth nml V sts.
Largo and Small Quantities. Strictly on
Commission, rrivato Wlros. Constant Quo
tations, omco open from tl a. m. to 5 p. in.
B. K. PLAIN & CO.,
Grain, Provisions, Petroleum
ST. CLOUD 11U1I.DINO, 0TII 1' STS',
Washington, D. 0,
City references-National Dank of tho ItCe
Chicago Correspondents MILMIND, BOD
MAN & CO.
Constant quotation of tho Chicago and
New York Markets from direct private wires.
F. 1), LILLEY. T. A. KENDICI.
F. B. LILLEY & CO.,
1IANKEKS AND KKOKHKS.
Btooks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions anil
11OT F BTIIEETiN. '., WASHINGTON, D. O.
Hraniii Offico-No, i South Holllday street,
'to ' s