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TITR WASTIINQTUN C1UT1C, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 21, 1885.
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WASHINGTON. P. P., NOV. 21, 1835
Jtr. W. It. Clttlctlc, who Is still "tarring
ri mow licro nrouml llio West with "The
PrlvntoScerrtnry,"has written n now play,
which Is shortly In ho prixluiolln Vnliliu
ton. It deals ultliei cuts grim Ing out of tin
Into civil war In this country, ami It to ba
called "Through tho Linos " .Mr. (llllotto's
new pleco Is written from tlio Smtthorn
standpoint, and It will hivo Its llrt few
months ol llfo on n route extending o'ith
wnnl from WnhIngton. INuw Vorlc 'Ihnoi
Hero Is further evidence; (tint Wash
Ington Is regnnlcil by American nl.y
wrlghts ns the Vest place In t lie country
Xroiu which to launch their uiUrlol
ilrntuntlc ventures upon the sot of fate
public opinion. They consider the
judgment of Washington theatre pa
trons n better test ns to tho merits of ti
new piny than tho verdict of any
other theatrical nudlcnco throughout
In selecting tho Nntlonnl Capital ns
tho plnco whero first to try tho gauge
of public sentiment, tho dramatic au
thor exhibits a sagacious appreciation
of tho enlightenment and critical cul
ture of our citizens, for It Is conceded
Hint the residents of this truly cosmo
politan city constitute) a. community of
rare and diversified attainments. In
polut of general intelligence utid edu
cation It Is nowhere surpassed. Tho
renson why It Is so consists In tho fact
Hint liy far tho larger portion of the
population of tho city Is composed of
the best elements of tho best classes
drawn hither from all sections of tho
Union, while our foreign sojourners
conio for tho grcntcr part from the
most polished and distinguished circles
of tho Old World. Hcnco the seal of
npprovnl or disapproval with which nn
average Washington nudlcnco sttmps
tho production of a new play can bo re
lied upon ns nn almost Invariable in
dex of tho intelligent opinion of tho
It may bo, however, thnt tho Judg
ment of n Wnshiugton nudlcnco docs
not always coincide with tho Judgment
of its newspaper crltics.though editorial
criticism In Washington, taken ns it
runs, is probably ns discerning ami at
tho same tlmo unprejudiced as in other
cities. It often happens that plays
which even tho great journals of Nuw
York unsparingly condemn, prove to
ho tho most successful, so far as liberal
patronago nnd wldo popularity are In.
dicatlvo of success. But it must bo re
membered that nowadays, theatre
goers are not so much influenced ns
they formerly were by what Is called
newspaper criticism, which is qulto as
npt to be tho outcropping of Individual
bias as nwork of discriminating justicu.
The patrons of tho theatro, moro than
ever before, go and Judge for them
selves without waiting to bo told by tho
dramatic editor whether it is. worth
their while to do so or not.
This was Illustrated qulto recently
nnd strikingly by ono of our esteemed
morning contemporaries, which, for
reasons satisfnetory to Itself, severely
denounced the character of tho per
formances nt .two of our up-town
thentrcs nnd focussed tho flattery of Its
untrnmmclcd critic upon and In behalf
of the attraction nt nnother theatre. At
tho end of tho week tho latter placo of
amusement closed its doors nud they
hnvo not been opened since, whilo tho
two theatres whoso managers as well
ns players wcio so badly excoriated, con
tinue their business as usual. Wo do not
intend to convey tho iden that tho thea
tre In question closed Its doors In, couso
quenco of tho merited prnlso of an un
trammeled critic ; It was for want of
patronage, which no newspaper criti
clem, untrammelcd or otherwise, can
control. All of which goes to sustain
tho point with which wo started out,
that tho people of Washington who nt
tend tho theatres, are In tho hnblt of
exercising an Independent judgment ns
to tho merits or demerits of a play re
gardless In a great degrco, of tho pros
nnd cons of tho newspapers. As to
their likes and dislikes In this respect
they have a stnndnrd of their own, ns in
matters of dress nnd diet nnd dally llfo,
without consulting tho oracles of tho
press, and this is why tho verdict of
intelligent Wnshlngton nudiencos Is es
teemed of such weight nnd importanco
liy tho authors of now plnys. They know
thnt such a verdict Is candid and un
biassed, and therefore just.
THE 1'ltIMItOSH DAMES.
Tho criticism of Lady Randolph
Churchill for taking such n prominent,
not to eay promiscuous, part In n re
cent contest of her husband, Lord
Randolph Churchill, for n return to
Parliament, hns by no means daunted
thnt venturesome lady. Much interest
Is felt In the result of tho olectlon In
Birmingham, whero Lord Randolph Is
pitted ngniust that "enerablo Radical,
John Bright, nud Lnuy Churchill has
lnauguinted n lively campaign for her
husband. Sho nnd tho Duchess of
Marlborough havo organized n band of
thrco hundred ladles, who, under tho
nnmo of "Primrose Dames," nro mnk
ing n housc-to-houso canvass, llko a
houso-to-houso inspection when nn epi
demic Is threatened, in bohalf of their
candidate. Each lady is responsible
for a certain dlstilct in IJlimlngham.
Sho goes about her business llko an
ordinary "ward hcolor," nnd makes
regular returns of what sho has accom
plished to a central oxecutivo com
mittee. Lady Churchill nnd tho
Duchess of Marlborough havo mado
numerous "progresses" through tho
fcticctsof Birmingham, nnd hnvo been
Invariably greeted with entliuslnstlo
tliccrs. 31y Lady has nlso visited nil of
tin Worst pmllin of Un til) til li n
lnndc nililri'mi to tln uiirklii.riui'ti In
Iht1 print Ipnl fnrlorlvn. Of rournu hIio
Ik uniformly (rented with tho grofltoxt
polili'tii'M, nnd naturally feel a lllllo
proud of her work.
Despite all fho (-(Turn of the "Trim
rope Danus" It Is very likely that Lord
Itnndnlph will lie ilefi'iilcd In Tllrmlu?
hnm when the election tnki't placo to
day. llul he will certainly bo roturnml
fur I'mldlugloti, where ho Is also n can
didate. It mucus that tho TJnlilmoro & Ohio
road Is not goliitf to havo nn easy tlmo
pelting Into New York If rival Interests
enn prevent It. It Is snld that tho ton
nage nnmtnlly pissing through the Kill
Von Kull amounts lo nbout 211,000,003
nnd thnt previous attempts to bridge It
have been resisted by tho New .lersny
Legislature on tho ground that to do bo
would seriously Interfere with the traf
fic. There is on tho New .Torsoy xtatutu
hooks n law prohibiting the construc
tion of n bridge neross tho Kill Von
Kull without special authority from tho
Legislature, nnd fho members of Con
grrs nnd Senators fiom Now Jersey
have been requested to oppose tho
granting by Congress of tho right to
build the proposed bridge. Tho llilti
more & Ohio people were ilouhtloss
well nwnro, however. Hint nil possible
obstructions would bo sprung against
their new enfcrprlsonnd took cm ly pre
cautions to overcome them. Tho bridge
will only tost nbout iJIiOO.OOO, tho plnns
have been made nnd wo nro told that
work on It will commence next weok.
A structure cm certainly bo built, llko
that over the Hudson at Albany, which
would not in the lenst Impede tho navi
gation of tho Kill Von Kull. Will tho
U. & O. bo permitted to build it with
out controversy nnd delay?
Tun Night School movement Is ono
that deserves tho encouragement of nil
good clticns. It hns been t'iken In
hand by a number of earnest nnd In
llucnflnl ladles, whoso efforts lu tho
cause should bo promptly nnd liberally
responded to. Tltero being no Con
gressional nppropiialiou nvnllablo for
tho purpose, theschools will have to bo
supported for tho present by private
contributions, and tho sooner tho no
ccssary fund is raised tho sooner will
these much-needed educational agencies
bo permanently established for tho
Mil. CUTIIllKIlT R. Jones of Lousl
nun, It will bo remembered, recently
wrote n later to Representative .1
l'iojil King, iu which tho latter was
criticised In no feeble terms as n liar, a
poltroon and a coward. General King
replies by saying that Mr. Jones is nu
nfcsnssln, and as such lied tho country,
and that he will have nothing to do
with him or pay any attention to his
letter. Wo see no necessity under tho
circumstances of printing a diagram of
tho teat of war.
Tun Viiioinia Board of Stato Can
nssersat Richmond yesterday began
to count tho lecent vote lor nttorney
gcnernl nnd members qf tho General
Assembly. Tho vote for Governor and
Lieutenant-Governor will bo counted
by tho Legislature In joint session,
which meets December 2 next. Very
little interest is taken lu tho oflleial
count, It having been nlteady dis
counted by well-nscertnitied returns.
AccoitniNo to our New Jersey ad
vices the candidacy of Frederick A.
1'otts for the United States Senate gives
Mr. Sewell much moto uneasiness than
tho candidacy of Chancellor Runyou
worries Gocruor Abbott. Mr. Potts,
it is said, will havo tho New Jersey
Cental & Reading Railroad to back
him, and that means a good deal.
Otin Indian summer weather for sev
eral days past has been way below tho
regular Washington standard "bad
Indian" weather, ns It were.
Tim oukat European macstio, Slqnor
1-atnpcrtl, who lias been so long located nt
Dresden as conductor of tlio conservatory
there, lias written recently to an army ofll
ccr hero assuring lilm th.it ho will como
next spring to America and that ho will
locate, in Washington. lie w rites that slnco
a notlco several mouths ago hi Tun Cntrio
ho has received many moro than a hundred
letters from artists and other music lovers
in this country, asking lilm as to his Inten
tions, and ho desires to inform all his
friends that after tho coming winter Amer
ica will bo his home. Ho bits tint Mrs,
Tow ell (tho wife of Lieutenant Joseph B.
row ell, U. S. A.), who was his pupil last
jcarat Stuttgart and Drcsdou, has much
to do with his coining hoio, as ho bollovos
her to lo tho coming contralto of tho con
cert stage. This action of tho great maes
tro goes to show how rapidly ical artists
aro being attracted to this country, and
how 'Washlugtou Is becoming tho centre of
musical as well as other arts.
Jin. Gconoc F. FAniCEB, whom Post
master Harrlty of Philadelphia has selected
as his assistant postmaster, is an Indlanian
by birth, nn low an by long residence, nud
nn editor by avocation. Ho has been con
nected with various papers A Vest nnd East,
was for n while on tliu stall of tlio Washing
ton I'att, and for nearly three 3 ears past has
been with tho Philadelphia Times, Ho is n
bright, Intelligent, traveled man, a Tlldcu
Democrat, and a genial comp inlon.
Heller tor KlvcMtmi.
Kditoii Ciiitic: In behalf of tho suffer
ing peoplo of Galveston, who wcro do
priicd of their homos by the recent flro in
that city, I earnestly Invoko tho kind oill
ces of The Ciiitic. It appears that tlio
lows were at drat underestimated and tint
tho wealthy citizens of (ialvcston will bo
unablo to properly caro for thu homeless
during tho approaching winter. I respect
fully request Tub Ciiitio to recolvo and
transmit any donations which tho charltablo
citizens of Washington may deslro to send,
through its agency, to tho hundreds of poor
peoplo in Galveston, whoso destltuto con
dition appeals to tho sjinpathy of their fci-Jow-cltizeus
throughout tho country.
W. H. Chain,
,,. M. C, 7th Dlst., Tov.
Mamilsotoi, Nov. 81,
I.IN11S IN A WAlTIKU.ltOOU.
"Tho moro fool ho'" I turned to know
X .f-nlS1?0'1 mal'lfn thought him so;-
j 0 meet a 1 osv faco, an nlr
Of saucy iwcctnum nestling thero,
Ho must lo Urn a fool, I trow.
I wonder If that sudden glow
Is stlllupon lar Aproiwi
I'll look mniln. Iro-deolaro
llio moro fool hu!
Is ho a tall nnd whiskered bean?
Ishonfrlendt Ma) Imp u fou?
I wondir win n, f womlir wlwro
And why such sweet disdain ho'd dare?
I cannot tell, I'm certain, though,
Tho moro fool ho.
llioaAii I. IlntNNKn.
ri.oi'i.i; in (ii.M-.itAi..
( ni n I ice. e blov,
V a look for tmuw,
Tlio nights nm lims; nnd murky,
Bat let 11s clioer,
Tho season's hero
Tor criuitiorry sniioo nnd turkoy.
8ENATOU 1'iKn of New Hniupshlre Is ro
em ei Inn ftoiu Ills Inti sororo Illness.
Anciiuisliiu- Illinois of llaltlmoro Is
spending n short vacation from duty with
his slslir, Mrs. Hwarhrlck nt New Orleans.
Ski.noii Hai.vim will bo tho guost of
honor nt the nnniiul "Ladles' Night'' of tho
l'apjrus Club of llostou on tho 6th of Do
ccnilcr. It is stated thai "High Llhts," tho nn
oiijmousnoKl lately published, was writ
ten by n daughter of Mrs. A. 1). T.
Kx-CoNniiEsviAN llr.t.ioiiii of Colorado
has taken leave of tlio llowlnc bowl and Is
now devoting himself Industriously to n
glowing law practice.
Loud Anni.nrnT I'nnn Crcir., n joungcr
brolhcrof tho famous Ihrl of l.xctcr, nnd
formerly n lieutenant In tlio British Army,
Is now conducting n Second Advent rc
lval In Now York.
Miss Mamir Dickens, tho eldest daujli
fer of Charles Dickens, has written a short
biography of her father which Cnsscll it Co.
will Issiio ns tho noxt volume lu their
"World Workers'' scries.
The Zoological Museum nt Cambridge,
Mass., which Agasslz began In 1S5S on n
gift of $o0,000, now represents nn Invest
ment In buildings, etc., of over seven hun
dred thoue.ind ilollais, and has $000,000
of Imestcd funds.
M. lUimiot.m and wlfo will sail for
l'rauco In tlio steamer Nonmnllo to-mor-iow.
Ills Idea now Is to havo tho Liberty
stntiio dedicated on tho at of September
next, tho anniversary of tho signing of tho
treaty of Versailles.
CoNcruMMi the iiu.Mou thnt sho Is about
to publish n biography of her husband, Mrs.
ex-l'rcsldent Garfield sajs: "llio work so
far lias been only preparatory, and what
ocr notlco hns been inado is not only un
authorized but premature."
Tin: New York Mail nnd Ktprm Is no
respecter of club secrets. Witness this:
'Young Mr. Ouy, F, H. (fox hunter), wrote
from tho Knickerbocker Club to Miss Dishi
'Awful sorry Can't dluo with You frldnv.
Ml llorso fluug Mo las monday fi HroKo
Ml Keller Hone, faithfully, A Guy.' "
SciiAr.n.11, tho bllllardlst, when plajlnz,
wears full ocnlng dress. Ho hasa flno dia
mond stud In his shirt. Maurlco VIgnaux
also w cars n full dress suit. His diamond
stud Is worn In tho shirt collar. Sehacfcr
carries ids cues In n green sack and a pleco
of chalk in ono of his est pockets. Vid
imus carries his Jointed sticli In n leather
THE LAIianST AND 1ICST MAlt
Tlio Ccntro Market will bo open
this week on
TUESDAY, November 21,
from I a. m. until " p. 111.
WEDNESDAY, November S3,
lrom 0 n. m. until 8 p. in.
THTJUSDAY, November SO,
from 1 11. in. until 10 a. in.
.Spoclnl Dlsptiiy or tlio 1'runli-
Lkt mill llest I'rmluctH
fif tlio Country,
Ono of the mot Attrnetlio bights
of tho city.
All Street Tar Linos In tho city
como to tho Centre Market.
n-jz1 OIIK (HimoMKItS ANDTlIi:
IS l'UIlt.IO IN riENEItAL.
Ily vlttuo of Thursday, Nov, as, 18SS, having
been designated by tlio Provident of tho
United Htntc3 ns 'Thanksgiving Day," nu 1 n
Nntloual Holiday, our establishment will bo
ilosulon that dny.
Cin-tomcrx aro requested thereforo to gov
ern tneinselves neeoullngly.
WOODWAltD & I.OTHUOP.
lit l'ltACTIC'AL 1100IC AND JOB
1SH Penna. nvo.. Washington, D. C.
jTKIuo Printing n specialty.
v53si:.vr. skin gak5h:nts.
Wohavonn assortment of slzoi of English
Diesfcd Alaskn Seal Skin Bncquci, Vlsltos
and Ulsters, together with Muds, Capos and
Trimming of Denver, Lynx, Skunk and uther
furs. Prices guaranteed as low as tho snmo
quality can bo bought in Now York.
B. 11. ST1N1SMETZ & SON,
1237 Pennsylvania Avonuo.
Noxt to Corner 13th st.
ikj .Minn bircct.
Chenpeit placo In tho city to get your Wigs
matto nnd nlso renting, hncetul attention tn
Ladles' Ilalr-Diesslng and Hair Work, Our
hair grower tho host In tho world; puro vege
table matter. Try our Golden Hair Wush.
Orders by postal card will rceelvo prompt
attention. MADAME ESTItlJN,
1W Ninth Street.
Swedish Mo ejient,
Jin. I. J. TAY-N, Mnnlpnlator.
room 0, Vernon Itow, 013 1'a, n) 0, n, w.
Washington, I), O,
Magnetlo Treatment of Ithenmatlim, Noil
ralgla, Nervous Prostration, InsomnIu,Dysip
sla, Constipation, etc., etc.
1IUNTON & CIIANIir.KH,
. Attorneys nt-Luw,
will practlco In tho Supromo Court of tho
United Htntos, tho Court of Claims, tho courts
of tho District of Columbia, beforo tho Com
mittees of Congress and tho Departments.
OBlccs-Nos. U7, !18 nnd HO Corcoran Ilulld
gsl'AtMi:itS' nlul Mechanic' 1'lro
klii Insurnneo Company, 1119 r stnw,
Wnshlngton, 1). U. Capital stock, 8100,000,
Small lines written.
I'. I". lANNAJlONll,
boeclaltle: l'orelmi 1'rodiie.o. Winn nnd
I.l(uuvs, Italian Produce a spoelalty.
WASHINGTON SAl'll DEPOSIT
010 Tonnn. Ave. Northwost.
Tho Company will rent small prlvatosafos
lu its new
FIItE AND nUItOLAIt-ritOOP VAULTS
from SO to $100, according to slzo.
bllvcr Pinto and artielcs of vnluomaybo
stored nnd Insured for nny length of tlmo at
very rensonnblo chargos.
Tin: oai'-stoni: cioaiis, tiii:
labt nnd tho lieHt! trv tlu.tii! nLi ti.
Ln Mnnohi and Chnllengo cigars, l'or salo
w liolcsnlo by W. S. Itoosu, lJU Pa a) 0 und eor
13th nud F sts n w.
To nil who aro sufforing from tho errors and
Indiscretions of youth, nervous woaknoss,
early decay, loss of manhood, Ao I will send
nreelpothat will euro you l'ltUEOl'CHAUCHS,
1 his great remedy was dlsoovcred by 11 ml
slonury In South America. Bond n solf-nd-dressed
envelopo to tho ltuv. Jos, T. Inman,
Station D, New York city.
BOUTn OAriTOLAND D STS. H. W.
n,Sci,.ria nan8fer tww- a'oi Machln )ry
nnd Pluto Glass moving a Spocla ty.
Tclcphono, 371-a. (olO
if T Oil 1 1, CAHOMNA Oil. AND
liu HLOSOTI. CO.UI'ANY.
WlUIINUTOM, N. C, Nov, U, 18,
To tiii. Pent ic:
Tho long neeeslty for a wood pnneivnllro
of liniilimtlnncil ihnraetfir Iibi been utiDer
nil) nikuowleilgeil. Tho Carolina oil nnd
llcimito I'ninpnn), liHmUtl at Wilmington, N.
C, Is tho solo proprietor of Ihn intentu for
making Wood Creosoto Oil, nud Injootlng tho
snld oil Into Wood, whlchl gimrniilooil by ill
to preserve I ho wood against Ihn i'orolnWonn
In salt wnti r, ns well ns dry nnd wet rot. Tim
wood propirl) prepared with wood erooiotu
oil U recommended liv 11s for
ItAlt.ltOAD IHPI, IlIIIIKlETIMllKlPt, TUBS
'ii,i:h, Tin.noHAPii poi.iM. t'KvcK
pcwrn, I'ilino Knit Pints, whauves
AND HTIIEItr PAVHUKNl'S.
Wo nro prepared to fill hirgo orders on v ory
Worefirbypermllon to Onn. (). A. Oil
tnoro, 1' H Viiglucer Corps, Now York eltyi
t'npt. W. II. lllxliy, If. S Eng, Corp), WllinliK.
Ion, N l's Dr, .Iplin II. llnmlllon.Surgoon Oeii,
Marino llo'pltnl M'rvlco, Wnshlngton, I). (J i
Col. W. L. 'iienholm.n momlicr of tho Civ II
Srrvlco Commission ot tho Unltol Stato,
Wnshlngton, D. C. l-or further partlculnn ad
droM LUIIWIG HANSEN,
i nernl Superintendent, Wilmington, N, O.
iv3Wllli: IIOMi: OYMNASIIJ.U AND
134 Miisclo Heater represent tlin troit
intnt of Hwedlsh movoment In nil Its details,
and enable n pron totnko dally treatment
at homo for vvhntour puriwio It may born
ipilreil, Go nnd seo tho Inventor.
JOHN E. HUEII3AM,
017 E st n w,
jf3Woi:CONOSIY AND HAVJITV.
lVr Vapor Stovos uso only
Tor tho llest Stovo buy tho DANTOItTII.
DANrOUTH TLUID CO.,
JjSl 70 Ninth st, n. w.
FOR HENT ROOMS.
AtlttrtlmnctiU of Thttt Llnu under Ml htad
IOlt ltKNT-l I'leii.iint Ciiiiiiiuinl
: latlng rooms, Sd floor; south frouti
would tit them up as parlor and bod-room or
rent clngle: heated and nttendanee: ball
room on Knmo floor! In prlvnto family! con
venient to sttect ears or hcrdlcs. aiov 1 wt n w
171OH lti:NT-l'liiinnnt .lil-Stiiry 1'riint
; ronm. furnished, to gontloman only:
tnblu board convenient. OO'i l'lth st
-ITMIIt ItllNT-Nlccly ViiriilNlmil und
I' plearant rooms, single or on siilto, nt
1MI1 Hth st! terms inoikTiito,
IflOlt ltKNT Now 11ml Neully-rur-nWied
rooms, on 1st nud &1 floors In tho
new brick K.tiP, near eor 3d st, nudcloio by
new Pension building nud Judiciary Square,
1.1011 HUNT l.urgo Olllco Ktiiims, 3d
floor, eor 13th nnd T sts 11 ws nlso sulto
of corner rooms, 3d floor, eor 15th nnd V sts n
wj (Ultnbloforofllco or sleeping rooms; rent
X furnished or not! nlso dining room nnd
kltel en to 1 nteror; convenient to ears. Apply
to Mrs Win at Hrynnt. Ill l.'th st.
ITiOll lli:NT-A S11II0 of I'lonsiint
.V rooms! ad floor; bathroom nttic'icd:
suitable for gentleman. Apply nt 1J1I It st.
IJlOIt ItENT-Opposltn Pension Ofllec,
. newly furnished rooms on second floor;
modern cony eiilencus.
ITUm Itl'.NT-S Vnfiirtilsliod llooinsnt
T33 Cth n n vv.
I7IOK ItENT Ono I'lensant front
: loom, tinfurnlsheil; enrs pass tho door;
cimvenlent to nil publlo buildings! refcrenco
leqiilred. rOQ E st s vv.
I TlOll ItftNT Two i.rTliren Ciiiiiiiuinl
. cntlng rooms, unfurnished, with gas nnd
hint; terms rc.isonablo. 14J8 Corcoran st n w,
171011 i:i:nt lie siit n n 11 xvvii
. furnished parlor and bedroomj open tiro;
for M O or i-enntor.
STltANGEItS, Attolitloiit froo 1
scilptlon, terms nnd prlco of BOO looms lo
icnt nt Proi tor & Sons, 1 j-.a V st n vv.
ITtOIt KENT OnoJ.iirgo front Itoiim,
; furiiMml, on second floor, Sil per mo.;
snmo on third floor, S13 per mo,; private fum
Ily. Will ho rented to gentlemen only. Ap
ply ntFQ7 loth stnw. J
TItANSIi:NT IT.OVT.i: Cllll bo At
modnted with rooms by tho dny, week,
or month; 110 questions asked; breakfast glv en
If wqulred, Address Confidential, Crltlo ofllto,
1710II ItENT Uiiriiriilslicit, 11 Hniid
: Fomo room, second story, south nnd east
exposure 1310 (j st n vv. Cull nftor I p. in,
ITOK HENT Largo furnished front
; room, ad llooi; southern exposure; facing
park; 613 K st 11 w (.Mt, Vernon Placo).
TTTANTini-YGrMiiiiiiiil Wlfo, 11 Cinn
IT fortalily furnished ronm at $W per
month, bet E nnd II nnd Bth und lull sts n w;
iffeicnccs given and required. Address
Permanent, euro Crlllo oflleo.
. F0n nENT-HSES
: Just north of llotindary, near II street
cars, framo dwellings, 0 rooms; 88 per mo.
Sw ormstudt & lliadloy, 0-!3 t'Bt.
Cor 15th AN Yavo, 40 rs, ml $330 00
lliGltlavc, P.'rs, ml m 31
Hltliht, bet O and P 1M U?
1J18N II nvon vv.llrs 1S3 00
1313 N llavon w, lira 100 O)
iijs l'stn vv, 18 is 100 no
17331 ttnw, 1 lrs 8-131
ES0&I stnw, 18 rs HI 31
aiOOHstn w, 10 rs M'M
131S Put 11 vv, llrs ;oOil
S010 Hlllycr Plaeo 11 vv, 10 rs 0i) 00
1718 Nstn vv, JOrs 03 00
soaaistst, 11 rs, ml 0000
aru Kst, firs no 00
HSI Conn nvc, 01s 50 00
1G13 P i-t 11 w, rs 50(i0
1.VM SDth tt, Brs.mi B300
137 C st 11 vv, la rs 00 00
THOMAS .1. ITSHEIt A CO.,
13JI r street northwest.
ITtonitllNT Iluiisn 1SII ns.Nuwly
. repnlrcd nnd painted, with barn and ono
uc.ro of ground; ilvo minutes' walk from two
t7 Vn nv 0 h w. 10 rooms.
Housooii7thst road opposlto Lincoln st,
0 looms 318 00
OlOGstsvv, Grooms 13.10
710 7th st so, 7 rooms 13 33
ICOa South Cnpltolst.O rooms 13 !10
101(1 South Capitol Bt, 8 rooms 1100
IKill'stsw, Blooms 10 00
10(1 1st stsw, 4 rooms K 00
OnKt.t,betl0th und 11th sts n w, furnlshod
A B. Caywood, cor Oth nnd K sts 11 w.
TjiOIt lti:NT-S-Story Ilrlclt, 7 ltooms,
. bnth, water and gas, dry collar, small lot;
818 per month; cornor SSth nnd N sts, George
town. Apply at 1311) iioth st.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOIt SAT.f-llIlllnril T11I1I0, Cheap.
Address Clvls, Ciltlo offlco.
ITlOIt SAI.IAn EIcL-unt l'lusli -Vnii,
.' SO bust; cost 8100; will soil at half pileo,
jiuure'ss r.. 1.., eTlllo oineo.
ij'uii .vi.i-.y j irsr mnriKHfro 01
JU SSOP, having 8 per cent. Interest, not, on
linpiovcd larm property, worth thrco or four
times tlio liilco of mortgage, l'or particulars,
address W., Crltlo olllco. '
ITtOIt SAI.i:. l'lirnltiiro to Complotu
. n barber shop; address "furniture,"
ITlOIt HAI.K-Olil NovvHpnpont for
: vv raping, Appply at counting room of
A 12 horso power bollor.
Apply at Crltlo Offlco.
ITIOll JtHNT-Mnlilo, Sultablo forSlu
? glo horso nnd curri.igo, lnquiro, nftor t
pin, ut 1.10:1 Tstnvv,
Olt HENT A flno Tonoil lliiiin
terms mmlernle. putt In, miiti from in n
111 to 1 p in. at fill nth st n w.
HEAL i:STATE HltOlCEH,
13-M V Street.
llousos frm 81.000 to 810,000 for salo.
So) eral choli a lots In tho city for sulo,
Also, good lots on Meridian Hill forBnloor
Houses for ront.
Money to loan,
17011 HAT.E-T.OTS-Eloiriint llcillillng
.I.1 lot on Oth st, noar E Capitol st; and others
In convenient locality, cheap; nlso sin ill
brick on Mil st; easy terms. Apply at 313 A
st 11 0.
J- OST-SntunUyNliflit, Elthov nt AI
J bunch's Opera-llnuso or on Metropolitan
curs, diamond brooch, containing eight dl.i
moiids. Finder plenso return to 18Jauthst u
w nnd rceelvo luvuiul.
p OST-O11 Thursday Evonliii; $1(5 In
Jy bills. Llberul lowurd if left ut Ciltlo
1VO Mil' liny Elsmvliero lr Y'ou Must
snvo money; look nt our bargains In
Niwinnrkcts, Husslnn ( Ireulars, Visiles, llro
cndwl Hllk Wraps and Children' Clonks; call
enil); they must be closed out to inakoroom
for holiday goods 783 7th St.
iOt NO'S MOfllNING STOItE
JMHl ItElll'CTIONS In fiiloitl JlodW
, elnesgo to ans)ckel's Plnrnaoy, eor
nili and 11 stnw; nil dollir nrtlelos 8To;
Iliown's Iron Hitters, 80; Hull's Coiuh Syrup,
ace; Allcoek'H Porous Plasters, i for -.'V; lion
mi's 1'lnslCH, !rle; Warner's Kidney nnd
Liver Cure, 03o
Minilllliss or Cmigress Altiinlli.nl
l'reodoerlptloii, terms nnl prlco nf Ms)
moms to rent nt Proctor A, Suns, 1 u I F st n vv.
T I.. KEItVANI), l)l!J I'oiiiii, All',
0 I.iiginvlna pinto. 81; M enuls rrotn
same plato, 15c. $ loociuds printed rinm pinto,
f UV!l..J.HItV10l!i:tiiiiiliiiitiinl Olios-
V tlons and answers on nil stililcets, Send
TEN ei nts. liylnstltuto, nop st 11 vv.
C'llIITAIt Lessons an ots. n l.iisson liy
I n lompctent teacher. Address Music,
Critic oflleo. '
A GltEAT DISCOVEHY,
vr.nt'.i'.vni.n it.viii Tjirtnv.
llemovesilnndriirf, stops tho hnlr from fall
ing nut, promotes tho growth of tho hair; tf3o
n bottle nt barber shop ln U. S. Put Olllco nnd
n. 1..I.... n...... f. t 1, .... ..
,,, ,,,,.,., nnii j, ,m imuiu
1111 I'll'' SI Orn1111l1tto1IS11c.nr, 70t
J'H'li best creamery print butter, ;)3o
per lb; "Our Famous I'lour," best und cheap
est In tho city! try our blended Java, .'o, nnd
spring leaf ten, BOci Duffy's sweet ildcr, Sio
iirgnlj finest leaf lard, 100. lllieh & Co.,
M 1.1.1:. vicToitiA i)inioN0i:t)T,
tho superior l.ulles' hair cutler, can bo
found nt her mother's hum m hair nnd per
fumery store, 000 r st, oppojlto Masonic Tom-
qCIKM'lflO mill KITcctUo Spnrrlni;.
Tlio most bcnoflclnl of nil exercises taught
by Prof, J, O. Collins, nt his residence, Ton a 1
sf n w. Lessons In dumb-bell nnd Indian
club exercises also taiiuht,
WANTED HELP FEMALE.
Adterthcmtntt of Tl.rtt JAnet under Mi head
InteiUil thret timet for a3 cent.
fTf ANTED An llxport Itomlngtnn
II Typc-wilteropcrator!capaelty7B words
on test, Address, giving facts ns to experi
ence, speed, etc, X, caro Nn 43.Clty postofllco.
T ANTED A Nent, Tidy Youiifc
II, whlto girl to assist In general house
work. Call at 1I0O stn 0.
TTANTED T.111II0K In T.onrn 11 Light
I Y profltnhlo nnd fnsclnatlng business;
success guuinntccd. Address Mis. lll.ink,
T7"ANTi:i tVlilto tVoiiuili In AVnsli
1 1 nnd Iron Mondny and Tuesday of each
week; must bo good laundress. Apply at SIS
1 st n vv.
ytTANTED-AAVhlto Girl tlmt Would
II stay nt nights nnd willing to do scrub
bing nnd wiishlng; no other need apply; refer
ence required, lnquiro nt -H'J loth st s vv.
WANTED A llnir-Griinii IVIilto
girl to assist lu a store. Call at 10 J 1
11th stn vv.
w VANTEDJ1ELP MALEV
Ailecrlireinentt of Thret Unet vnder thU head
lnttrtl three timet for 23 centi,
TTrANTED-Ciiiu nssors-Tn SolTAn
II bums, pictures, io., on commission;
from S3 to 83 11 day easily mado and without
cailtnl. P. ltiiddcn. lia Pst n vv.
Adeei tUementt of Thiee Unet tinder thlt htad
Intertcd thret timet for as centt.
1 1 ploymcnt ns copyist, nimihicnsls or
nny work of that kind, Address W., Ola 16th
st n w.
TTTANTED-lly Hoy or 17, a Situation
1 1 ns npprcntlco; would prefer plumbing
or cabinet-making. Apply nt 1770 T st, oor
lfeth st 11 vv.
"ITfANTED-Hy 11 liny 1(1 Yours of
1 1 age, a situation ns clerk In a grocery
store; 3 j ears' oxporlence; with goodrecom
lnendatlon. Address J. II., Ciltlo oflleo.
-ITrANTED-lJy 11 Itcspoctablo Colored
II woman a situation ns cook. Address
l O st alley, bet 4th and Bth.
WANTED Ily December 1, 11 fluco
as houso girl or chambermaid; whlto;
first-class references. Address FE A, Ciltlo
XTTANTUII Ily n Cnlnrod IV1.1111111,
II situation to do general liousowork;
references given. Call nt Li! Freoman's
7"ANTi:D A flnco 111) vVnltori Ilof-
eiciiecHgiycii. . vv . .vi lui t'stll vv.
AI.ADY Wishes 11 1'oHltlnn us Houso
kcepcr or to tnko chargoof chlldien lu n
refined fnmlly; widowers preferred. Addroai
G L, Crltlo olllco.
T ANTED llv 11 ltospectutilii Coloroil
11 boy, n situation us waiter of nny kind
of houscw ork. Addi ess No SJI 1) st s w, Wash
ington, i). a
WANTED-bltuiitloliH by Tv 11 Ito
spcctablo whlto girls, 0110 ns flist class
cook, tho other as chambermaid or waitress;
UVPI. VJ. lUlU-ICUVUBj Ullll HI VI 1. HI 11 W.
TTf ANTED Ily 11 Ilvspnctiihln Coloroil
II girl, a placo In private family for general
hotiscwoik; no washing or Ironing. Apply at
aJ3 Duinbiirton live, (joorgetown.
WANTED Position ns Imiiiglng
housekeeper desired by Indy of largo x
pirlenec; relcreiico given. Address M G, Crltlo
Adttrttmnentt of Thict Unet under thlt head
Inserted three timet for a.3 cents.
WANTISD 1'rrsh Men! Evoryouo
that wants fresh meats that do not
tasto of "high tariff" to como to BJI, Oth st
wing. Centre Market, nnd got tho llnost moats
nt the following prices: Portcr-houso steak, 13
cents; tenderloin steaks, 13 cents; sirloin
steaks, UH cents; lound steaks, 10 and 1.!
cents; cholco rib roasts, 10 cents; soup moats,
0 cents; corned beef, 0 cents; lamb and voah
10 to IS cents. OKOltOU K.ILLEEN, B.'l and
BSB Wing. Centre Market.
XXANTKD-aioitolH, fiirtly Drupoil.
1 1 for classes; good nay. Apply at 033 P
Btnvv, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,!)
to 13 a in.
"ITTANTED A Soeond-llnnil Iteming-
I V ton typo-writer; must bo a bargain. Ad
dress Writer. P. O. box 80. city.
YOUll Order Tor l'ounxylvnnlii
crushed eoko will bo promptly filled nt
100 per bushel. A It Williams & Co, 013 7th st.
WANTED-ALI, TO KNOW THAT DH.
Taylor, Oil F street, near Tonth, makos
beautlfuf sets of nrtlllclal tooth for S3! guar
anteed to glvo full satisfaction; extracting
with gas. chloroform or looal nnosthetlos, BO
centB; without, 83 cents; lining at very low
IUCE. NO. 400 MAINE AVENUE: OAH-
J. pots to clean, mattresses roinndo;
ITlOIt SALl-3 a-Story friinio Dwel
: lings, 8 rooms each, 011 E Cap st; lot lOx
in to alley; prlco for tho two go.aoo, Also two
framo dwellings, 7 rooms ench, ou list, noar
Capitol; Iotax07! rented to pay over 10 per
cent: price $.',000 oach. Trior & ltuthcrford,
laao F st 11 vv. j
A Bargain Nleo three-story nnd cellar brick
dwelling on tho north sldo of Hhodo Island
nv cnue, hot Oth nnd 10th sts n w, containing
11 rooms and ovory inodorn Improvement.
'l It 0 (1,000; educed to 33,300
A splendid threo-slory and basement brick
dwelling on Maryland nvo, but 1st and &1
sts n 0, containing ia rooms nud every mod
em Improvement ; largo lot, etc; pileo. $8,000
A nlco two story pross brick houso with uvory
convenience, on I st, bet aith and 2.1th n w;
Tliat clcgantly-Ilnlslicd dwelling on tho a vv
coiner ot bth and I Bts 11 w: just oomplctod;
containing 10 rooms and lino collar; overy
modern convenience: tho only remaining
ono of tho four, tho othcis woro all sold ho
foro completion $8,500
A great spcelul bargain Flno 3 story nnd col
lar press brick dwelling on Columbia st,
near tho cor of HI avo; contains 0 rooms,
bath-room nnd ovcry modorn oonvonlonoo:
buy wlndnvv. Former prlco 8l,B00, Will bo
offered this week only for... .81,000
. , .,,. UNnil'ItOVED.
A splendid lot on tho north sldo of M st, hot
llith nndtoth etsnw, SOxloi foot, Prlco por
sq ft only , 73o
North sldo of Mass avo, bet loth and 17th sts
n w, two adjoining lots, each tilH ft front.
Pi leu per sq It only , ti
On tho n 0 corner of 10th nnd Sampson sts,
four adjoining lots, each aJ.OxlOO, fronting
on 10th st. Prlco per sq ft 81
So cur 15th mid It I nvo n w n bountiful
corner, Prlt 0 per so ft 3 .'.73
A handsome lot on tho south sldu of P st, hot
lilli and If th sts 11 vv, a.'xWO foot, Prlco per
sq ft 81,a3
IThls lot adjoins Lieut Slack's lesldenco.
Also 11 long llktof other doshnblo pioiieriy,
impro) cd and unimproved. Call or snud for
list. D. II, WAHNKIt,
010 V st, 11, vv,
If YOlMVunMii lluy.Soll, Exch lllljje,
or hire horses, can I iges, harness, oto , go
to Win. F Downey's stnbles, pljl to 1011 Lsl;
rciKisllory, 1(W? and PWLstnw: 110110 but
reliable stock handled: over) thing guaranteed
ns represented. Win F Downey.
IMl'oitllSltiirfroncli Whins, Cngii vo,
French Clarets, 8173,81 nud 8 1 r.l per doz.
California Wines lmiortcit directly. Nnpi
yinfnndell, ,80o per gallon. Wlncu roeolved
directly without passing through tho trade,
which Is n great guarantco of tholr purity.
V Ins do foiites sortos on cafssos.
VICTOIt ItOUX & CO , 1717 Pa. nvo.
"ITlOIt ItEST Ciml, Wmiil mnl Crushed
J1 coke, low prices nnd prompt delivery, go
to A It. Williams ,t Co., 0(3 7th st. v "
1331 Seventh st 11 vv., near O street Market,
Washington, I), C,
Is dcfgned to stipnly ovcry want in connec
tion with tho uso of Sowing Machines, In my
tlovin ears' exiierleneo at tho sowing ma
chlno business I hnvo luljustnil nnd repaired
thousands of machines, extended tho period
of their usefulness and saved many tho ox
prnso of buying n now ono. Good light-run
nlng machines for $10, warranted for live
jcars. and sold on easy terms.
EST Silk Wraps Itegardless of Cost
toolosoout. 730 Scii nth st
Mourning store, llest Uiack Cashmere, 33o.
GEOltGi;. tho Itensoll I Cnn Dress Ho
elegantly Is simply this: I get my me.ils
nt tho Forsyth Cnfo. B18 10lh st, for 80 or SU
n month, nnd Ilvo llko n lord at that; lioncc,
you seo. 1 havo a surplus of cash to Invest In
17 II. YOUNGS, STEAM CAltPET CLEAN
X' Ing nnd renovntlng works! feathers ren
ovated, mattresses mado over, furniture
steamed nnd mollis destroyod. 1 122 Pa. avo.
i'uciory, corner inn nnu lists. B. 0
A 1IIO Off EH-To Introduce. Tliom
JV. wo will GIVE AWAY 1,000 Self-Operating
Washing Machines. If you want ono send
us your name. l'.O and express olllco nt onco.
KXPKIIT OPDItATOHS WANTED. TYPE
WHITEltSi all kinds for rout and for sale:
second-hand. "CALIGHAPH OFFICE," DJJ
Fst. Tclcphono No. 11J11.
STATIONEItY AND SUPPLIES. COPYING A
WYCKOFr, SEAMANS .t DENED1CT,
, . Comer of 8th and P sh.
Tclcphono No. 330 9.
TAMES HUTlIErtrOUD, DKALEH IN FINE
t-t Fnmlly Grocerlos and Provisions; nlso
Wines and Liquors, f)()() D st. 11. w. Spo
clalty mado of Pure Aldon Fruit Vinegar.
MEDICINE FOIt DOGS.
All Diseases Cnroil.
Cor, ltd st. and Mil, avo. s. w.
Real Estate Broker,
1330 f Street.
A IChoico .business property on Seventh
20,000 feet of ground,lloundnry and 10th street,
B3 cents per foot,
A flrst-clnss liouso on K street 11, vv., 0 rooms
nnd cellar, now $0,300
Now 0-room houses on Capitol Hill,
81,800 nnd 83,030
ICSflU street 81,000
1'lno lot on O near Judiciary Square,
81.00 per foot.
Lots on 17th street n. w 81.00 per foot.
Houso 13th street, near It S9,000
Now 3 room cottago, Meridian Dili S730
NowS room cottages, on easy terms, $000
Bargains In lots on Meridian Hill, from
$JO0 to $1,000 each
Also a number of other houses and lots.
1801 Corcoran, 8 rooms, bath room and
cellar S-'O per month
Oioom liouso, largo, flno grounds,
stnblc, &c Mount Flo.isnnt,...S33 r month
A US1IN 1. UHOWN,
HEAL ESTATE AND LOANS,
1420 P Street Northwest.
HOUSES FOIt SALE.
0 now brick houses, Wallaek Placo,
cor 13th st, each S3.W0
Brick houso, 13th st, abovo Iowa C!relo.S3,330
Ilriek houso, A st, near Capitol $7,000
3 brick houses, Vt avo, bet T and W
sts $3,330 to$3,C30
i brlok houses, 15th street, hot Q nnd
H 83,300 to S3.B03
2 brick houses, P street, hot 8th nnd
10th, each S3.000
Hrlck liouso, B st n 0, bet 10th and 12th.$.',C00
Brick houso, 10th st, bet T and Q $13,000
Brlek liouso, M st, bet 18th and 20th,... $18,000
2 brlck'housos, O st, bet 11th and 13th,
Brlek houso, F st n vv, bet Bth nnd 7th. ,810,000
Brick liouso, D st, bet 2d nnd 3d 11 w..., $0,000
Brick house, Corcoran st, bet 11th and
Brick hono, 13K st s vv, near Smithso
nian Institute. $7,000
B brick houses, 23th st 83,500 to 37,000
Brick house, bth and I n vv $10,000
3 brick houses, 13th st, near T n vv $3,800
Large donblo houso, Mass avo, hot 12th
st und Thomas Circle $70,000
2 brick houses, P st, hot Oth and 7th,
Largo liouso, near Seott Clrclo 8123,000
2 brick houses, B st n 0, hot Cth and
7th, each 83,300
Brick houso, 11th Bt, near Agricultural
liouso and corner lot on Conn nvo, sult
ablo for lino building 813,300
Brlek liouso, P st, near 18th 811,000
Brick hoUbO, L st, bet 20th nnd 22d $0,500
Brick houso, M st, bot lOthnnd Hth,
Brick houso, cor 17th and It $3,000
rramo cottngo, largo lot, T st, ncarN
Brick liouso, I st, hot 18th st and Bonn
Brick houso, 10th st s 0, bot F and G..., $2,000
i brick houses, Biggs st, oach., $3,300
Brick houso, cor Itiggs nnd 13th $12,000
Brick houso, Vt avo, bot K and I, sts. .,$35,000
Brick houso, N st, bet 17th and 18th
Now brick houso, Iowa Circle $10,600
Brick houso, cor Mass avo and 15th st,. $18,000
Vacant property ln all sections of tho city
. Roverul houses for ront, furnlshod and un
furnished, Money to loan on real ostato security.
Largo loans n specialty,
17)ll HAT.Il A Largo Number nr
, ? farms In Montgomery County, Mil: nlso
houses und lots lu Itoekvlllo, Mil, Apply to
Abeit & Winner, attorneys, it) La nvo,
17IOK H15NT-A Niuiill Fiirni Near
: Tcnnnllylowii, 1) C. sultablo for gard
ening or dairy; good buildings und water, in
qulioiit lliaii stn w.
1lOIt NAT.IS-A Country I'lueii, of
) about 22 acivs, 111 Montgomery County,
Mil,, Impiovod with 11 lino houso, etc; 1 hours
ill I vo from Washington over a good load; lo
cation healthy: good water and shado. Ad
dress II, J Ciltlo oflleo.
"VrI 1 1 j."iu fjts
v"' " WV-V.-4.VV v,vv.Vvv, VV-eivA V - -
VTUW NATIONAL llIllATlli:.
Commmenclng MONDAY, NOVEMiinil 23,
And Grand Matlnco THANKSGIVING HAY,
Frank Hnnoy's Great Drama,
THE WAGES OP SIN,
chas. a iiAummy, ctias. ovhhton
And n Grand Dramatic Company.
. HISS MINNIE MADDEI1N.
A I.IIAUCIII'S Griiiut Oponi-IIoilso.
Ono Week, Beginning NONDAY. NOV, 23,
WEDNESDAY. Matinees BATUHDAY.
Also extra Holldny Matlnco THANKS
"Tho Ftmnlost of All."
Till! SPAltKS COMPANY
(Edouln A Sanger, proprietors), lu Ihogroit
est of nil successes,
A BUNCH OF KEYS,
Or 1 HE HOTEL, by Chas. II. Hoyt.
FUNNIEH THAN EVEIt.
Now Songs, Dances nnd Witticisms.
Next Wcck-DAllLOW, WILSON & ItAN
TPVlMi: aiUHEUM, '
U. . Peiinii. nvo., nenr 11th stiect.
Gigantic nrrny of novelty for Thanksgiving
vv cik, Drama, music, comedy and burlesque.
Every afternoon nnd night this wook tho
gifted nnd poiiulnr actor, CYHIL HEAltLE,
und his elegant Union Squnro company, In tho
beautiful romantic drnmu of ItOSK MICHEL.
Notwithstanding tho expenso thoro will bo
ndded grand specially nnd olio performances.
Admission to nil only 10 cents.
Scats can 1 preserved threo days In advance.
1V.M. Dnvciin'N Allied Attrnclliin
$10,(100 Clmllengo I'uiiuilo llrnss lliinil
Do not fall to seo tho Btrcot parados 3 dally.
rpili: WASHINGTON ItlNIC,
JL Ninth Street nnd Hhodo Island Avonuo.
PAT110NIZED IVY THE ELITE.
ONLY Ulisr-CLAHS ATTUACTIONS.
. , , " ' AC.INTON.
Best fancy eknter In tho world, ovcry night
Nil Of Till: f INKSTI'ltOPEIlTIES
ON FSTHKET. BETWEEN NINTH AND
il.ftXIl MllliUH KOKTHWE'JT, 111;
ING HOUSE No. 1I1H F bl'ltniU'
NOHTUWEST, AT AUCTION.
On WEDNESDAY. DECEVIIlEIt '!, 1KS3,
nt I mo O'CLOCK P. Mwo will sell In front oi
tho premises tho wost half of
LOT 17, IN SQUAHE No. 377,
fronting 20 feet 0)4 Inches on F street an 1
running back Mint width 139 foet to n 30 foot
nllcy. This lot nlso has n 15-foot alloy on tho
west sldo nnd Is improved by n two story
frame. No. U13 F street northwest. This is
ono of tho finest lots on F street, ndjolnlnj
B. H. Wnmer's Heal Estate Building, and
whllotho present structure Is paving n good
Hiitnl, a flno building could bo ercctod suit
nblo for store ; nnd olllees thnt would mako It
5 lcld a splendid rov cnue, ns tho entire prop--rty
could be 1 covered by buildings with urn
plo light nnd ventilation. Parties desiring
Investment should not miss this oppoitunlty.
'terms: Ono thlnUash, balanco Inononnd
two v cars' notes, lo bear 0 per cont. Interest,
payable semi-annually, or nil cash, at option
of puichaser, A deposit of SI.00J required ut
tlmo of sale. Convoyanclug, Ao., nt pur
chaser's cot. Tcimsto Ik) compiled with lu
ten dajs, otherwlso right, Is rcscried to resell
at risk nnd cost of defaulting purchaser, uftor
giving llvodnvs' publlo notlco of such rosalo
In sotno newspaper published In Wnshlngton,
D. C. DUNCANSON IlllOS?,
K. f UI.TON, Aiictloncor.
AUCTION SALE OITOltFEITED PLEDGES.
I will sell, by publlo miction, nt my store,
Jr.1.8.. , Pcnnsvlvnnla nvcnuo, commencing
TUESDAY, Nov ember 21, nt 10 o'clock a. in,
mystoekofforfeltod pledgos, from Nos. 0,510
This salo wilt consist of Gold nnl Silver
vv ntehcs.Chalns.Charms, lockets. Dings, I'im,
Brncclets, Spectacles, Ejoglasses, Opera
Glasses, Diamonds nnd othor precious stones
Fct In Kings, Pins, btuds and Earrings, Solid
bill crw are, etc.
This salo will continuo Mornlnzs nt 10
o'clock und Evenings nt 7 o'clock until all tho
T Icket holdci s vv 111 plcaso tako notlco.
II. K. FULTON,
Pawnbroker and Auctioneer.
BY THOMAS DOWI.INO.
THUSTEES' RALE OF DWELLING HOUSE
AND STABLE ON TWELFTH HTKEI'.I',
BETWEEN N AND O bTltEEl'S NOIUT1-
Byvlrtuoofa certain deed of trust, dated
Nov ember 7, A 1) 18.sa, nnd recorded In liber
Ivo 1010, folio 317 ct sen., one of tho land re
cords of iho District of Columbia, and nt thu
request of tho holder of tho noto secured
thcreby.wo wall sell nt publlo miction In front
of tho premises, on MONDAY, tho 30th DAY
pr NOVEMllint, A D 1885. nt 1 o'clock p m,
tho following described real ostato, sltualo lu
tho city of Washington, District of Columbia,
All thoso certain pieces or pnrcels of land
mid premlsos known und distinguished us und
being tho north thirty-six (30) feet front on
Twelfth street wost of original lot two (J) bv
tho full depth thereof, in square numbered
thrco hundred nnd thirteen (313), together
with Improvements, etc
Terms of salo: All cash. A dcposltof S30
rcqiilu d nt tlmo or salo.
If terms of snloaro not compiled with In ton
days from datoot salo tho property may bo
resold nt risk nnd cost of dcfuiiltlng purchaser
after Ilvo days advertisement.
All conveyancing nnd recording nt pur
GEO. 11. WHITE.
DHAlNAltD II. WAnNEIl,
FOR SALE AND RENT,
'VAVVVI VV V WWV"W vs.-n
TDJIAI, KSTATK HULMrrlN
THOS. E. WAGOAMAN, 017 F streot.
Clinnges mado Wednesdays and Saturdays,
TIlItEE-STOUY BUICK AND FltAMK
HOUSES FOIt SALE.
Northeast and bouthoust,
KONJavoso.bh, llrs $35,000
211 A sts 0, ml, la rs h.ooo
(IDNJavoso, bh, 11 rs 4,500
SllOstse, bh, ml, 10 rs 1,000
3J3 to Sil 0 st h 0, b h, m I, each 0 rs. . . . 1.000
31 It st 11 0, h h, m 1, 10 rs 3,250
210 10th st so, f h. 10 rs SIOO
cas and (.27 10th st 11 c, b h, 7 ra 2,000
OOMvrtle stno. bh, ml, 7 rs 1,500
D27N J uvos 0, b h,0 rs 1,200
TWOSTOItYBIHCK AND FRAME HOUSES
1010 1, st, f h, 0 rs, nnd a liousos hi roar.. 83,000
2120, Miaa and 2130 IC st, b h, 1 rs B000
HS'i, 1131. 1135, 21th st.ii h, lrs 6,01X1
lll) Bt. lib, ml, 7rs 4,700
11B3 nnd 1155 20th st, bh, water, 5 rs.... 4,!K)
1B8I und 153(1 bth st, bh, ml. Ors 4,101)
BJlnndlWiaothst, f h.Brs 3,000
8118,2120 nmlaiaai'st, bii, ml, 0 rs.... 3,000
1021 1 st, h h, m 1, 8 rs , :uX)
bODifrccsst, bh, 7rs s.OoO
UNIMPHOVED PltOPKUTY FOU SALE.
Northwest. Per foot
Kst, bet Kllli anil litl $joo
KM, bet llth nnd 15th , 7J
17 th and I via joo
NY' nvo, bet Oth and lOtli sts 1,75
HweorBthnndo sts i.bo
H 0 cor Cth nnd O Fts 150
list, bet 8th nnd Hth i.w
lithtt. In to nud P 1.50
lHthst, bet Land M j.m
NHuvo, bet M und N sts 1 B0
"Tho ltlchinond," cor 17lh and II sts n vv, do
slrublo apurtments for rent,
houses ron RENT.
ll.'81Hhet,inl, 10 rs $10 00
1151 21st st.Brs 33 0i)
112l3.Mst,0 rs 35 00
11UNY me, 7rs 30 00
EOBOI'st, llrs 30 00
2131111st, 7 r 23 01)
1KI1 l'.'lhft, Ors, m 1 23(0
lCa.'Miidhou st.Tis s i'JM
1517 lUth bt, U rs 2000
bTOHES AND OFFICES FOIt HUNT.
Ho cor 4th nnd N sts, storonnd dwel
ling, in 1, 11 is, 11 vv 63 01)
loiiipstnvv, 1 room, stoic , woo
uiHF st, 100m 1. olllco moo
4LB I nnvun vv, biiKiiieut, oflleo 30 00
4(NIunvo, Sdlloor, 1 is.olUco 30 0.)
C31 F st 11 vv, 2d llooi , olllco ai 00
Utli unci Pa live, loouilS, olllco jjj 51)
Hth and Pa no, n vv, looinl), olllco.... W B0
cih P st 11 w, room 3, olllco 21 00
vih stand Pu 111 u 11 vv, room 8, olllco,. . lsuo
In nuns to suit nt 0 per cont.
Ihouboioisonly n siniill iiortlonof prop
erty on my books. For full list call at oUleo
for bulletins Issued 011 1st and 15th.
One "ft'iire north of Prima A
t p. 111. 1 Two Performances Dally S i 111.
To-nlght-A8 Y'OU LIKE IT,
Miss Loulso Pomcroy ns Rosalind
Wednesday afternoon, I HnviEOnnd.ll iir.f
Wednesdnymshl, iTWhLHTl NInllT.
Tliursdny nftcrnoon, I AS YOl LIKE I T.
'ihiirsday night, fHAMLI.T.
Jrldiiynttemoon, ITWEL1 I'll NIGHT
Iildny night, fUOMEO ANDJiLI.:!'.
Saturday nffemoon, 1 1IOVI 1:0 l .li'LIET.
Saturday night, (AS Mil LIKE IT.
Admission, lo nnd 23 cents.
Nov. 30 lied Letter Weiilc. Nov 30.
TWO GRAND CONC'EUTS,
F1IIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS,
NOVEMBER 87 AND 29,
UNDER THE DIRECTION OV
Tho Unrlmlcd Thomas Orchestra of Sixty
Musicians, nsslstcd on Frldny Evening by
MISS EMMA JUCH, Soprano,
And Saturday Evening by
MRS. ANNIE LOUISE POWELL, Contralto.
Season tickets (reserved) 3 00
blnglo tlckits (resell cd)..... 2 0.)
Gcnernl admission. 100
Snlo of single night tickets begins Tuesday,
November 81, at Droop's Muslo Storo, 023
Pennsylvania 111 cnuo.
pitOFESSOll SHELDON'S DANOINO
1 Academy, 1001 F st. Adults, Monday,
Wednesday nnd Friday, 7 to 0 '10. Juvonllos,
Mondny nnd Wednesday, :L30 to 0: Saturday.
lto8;tu. All latest dam os.
)ItOPOSALS rOltl'ItlNT'llD WOOD-
JL j;:s TAOS, .M ETA LLIO LABEL CASES,
Oltll PAbTENEUS AND MAIL KEY
c . ., . WAniivnTov, 1). ('.. Nov, 10, 1SS3.
SEPARATE SEALED 1'ROPOSALS will bo
received nt this Department until noon, on
tho twenty-first dny of December, 1833, for
furnishing, by contract. In such quantities
nnd nt such times us may bo ordered, during
ono year, from tho llrst day of January, 18H'J,
Printed Wooden Tugs, Mctnlllo IjibolCn.es,
Cord Fasteners, nnd Mall Key Chains, con
forming In oi cry icspcct to thu samples of this
Proposnls must bo In nccordnnco with tho
specifications nnd foims, which will bo fur
nished nn application by letter to tho Second
Asslstnnt Postmaster Gcncial.
Tho contiacts which may bo mado will bo
In conformity to such spcellleitlons nnd tho
accepted pioposals. Tho right Is loserved,
however, to reject nnv or nil of tho proposals.
WILLIAM F. VILAS,
MONEY TO LOAN.
ONHY TO LOAN nil T.lle Insiir.llico
policies. JAMES E. WAUGII,
H3J F st 11 vv.
ONHY tn 1,01m mi ltenl Estnto 80-
cuilty. 11U1TY .ft DVEIt,
Real Estate, Iimirauco, Loans.
Thirteenth and F sts.
JONHYtn 1,01111 on Itonl llslnto
111 sums to suit.
II II WARNEIl. 010 F st 11 vv.
MONEY IO LOAN lu Sums of i3,00(
and upward on real cstulo nt lowest In
terest. Geo. A. Aimos, 1J17 Fst, oppEbbltt
fl'O LOAN-If.l.noo mi Maryland llont
JL estate, llrst mortgage. Address Money,
MONEY TO LOAN
8 1. BOO.
Apply to J. r. Olinstond, 1410 N, Y. nvo.
IIIAVliaiinioytnl.onii on Ooiul Itonl
cstato or collateral security at lowot
rutcs of Interest. No delay when security is
pood. C. C. GREEN, Room 1, Flreinou'a
building, cor 7th st and La nvo.
MONEY to Lonn nt Lnvrestltiitos of
Interest on real estn'o sltuatod lu tlio
District of Columbia. Thomas J. Fisher &
Co , 13JI l'stn w.
C1 fin TO S508 TO?10,0()(l, AND LARGER
nP-lVu sums on rcnl ostato; lowost ratos;
eallnovv. WM.F.IIOLTZMAN.Attornoy, 1321
F st. n. w.
XI ANTED-TO EXCHANGE NEW STOVES
I T for old ones nt Butler's Stovo Exchango,
comer oth and K sts. bmoky chimneys cured
or no pay. Stovos oxchangoel for groceries.
Old stoves bought.
SPENCERIAN BUSINESS CoTlEGeTcOr!
Oth und D sts n w A practical buslnoss
education that qualifies young men nnd wo
men to support thcinsolvcs and successfully
perform tho nctlvo dutlos of llfo. Thorough
Instruction given In rnpid writing, tho English
language, correspondence, rapid calculations,
book-kcoping, business practlco, commercial
luw, political cconomy.stenograpliy nnd typo
writing. Regular dny and evening sosslons re
sumed Tuesday, September, 1, at O n ra nnd U
p m. Olllco opon for nrrungoments by tho
year or quarter on nnd nf ter Mondny, August
21. A full corps of teachers. Illustrated cir
cular, giving full Information, sent froo on ap
plication. I1KNRY O. SPENCER, Principal.
Mrs. BAHA HPENCF.It. Vlco-Princlpal.
In Art Colors.
HOUSE & FRESCO PAINTING,
DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED.
CAHPETH AXI) 1'AIIItICH.
Agents for-Monls & Co.
P. HANSON HISS & CO.,
HI5 ririei'iith HUcctN.AV.
We Invito an Examination of Oar
RECENT IMPORTATIONS FROM
London, Berlin and Vienna,
Added to woll-selcctcd purehasos of
Makes an attractlro exhibition of
Novelties and Useful Artioles.
HAYWARD & HUTCHINSON
Ell Klntli Htrcct X. IV.
Colored Tiesuo Paper,
KEIJ OED.Vll CAltPET X.ININO.
805 ana 807 D St. Northwost.
Buy Your Books and Statlonory
O .A. IB, IF 33 T 1 3ST Q-s -GEO.
Hns In stock n full lino of Carpotlngi, nil
grades Oilcloths, Cocoa nnd Straw Miittlngs.
Also latest stylos In Well Paper, Window
bhndes and Curtain Goods. Wire Window
and Door Screens.
420 NINTH BTHEET NOItTIIWEBT,
DEALER IN HUILDINO SUITLIE?,
D08 to l)U O street northwest, noxt National
Architectural Iron Work. Cement, riastcr,
Flro llrli k, Ffro Clay, Wall Slato, Paluts, OllsJ
GlOiS, cto. c5