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THE EVEiTIXG OKITIC, "WASHINGTON, D. 0 SATURDAY, APTJTL 15, 1882.
THE EVENING CRITIC.
Published Dully (Sundays Excepted)
til NINTH BTUKKT NOnTnWEST,
WaSIIINOTOX, D. C
BINOI.K COPY. ...... . a CKTT
BY C1A1IRIKK, ptr Month IJt'lWM
HY MAlI,(IrstaKeVaM)OneYrar ,$l.-in
BY MAHj(l1tKlil'nlil)Mx Months.. .. $U.ll3
llallBnbscripllon Inrlnblj- In Advance.
svkniso cniTio ruiHjHnisa compant,
WAlTtyOTOVt P. O.
Entered at the Test OfBc In Washington mb
ond class matter.
Titr. Treasurer of Nowlwrry County,
South Corollun, hits " skipped out,' Bomo
tliousAiids of dollars of tho county money
keeping him. company. Ho wu on ap
pointee of Governor Hampton's.
The satraps of Fonr-and-a-half street
asked for $33,530 for tho "Enjinner's of
fice." Tho Secretary of tho Treasury
thought $20,030 enough, hut tho District
Commltteo of tho Honso lias raised tho
figures to $-l2.GG5, and this docs not inclndo
tho salary of threo detailed Army engi
neer!, who havo so much to do that they
have to employ a "computing engineer" In
their ofllce at $3,100 a year.
Tur.jir. have been many complaints of tho
inaccuracy of dispatches sent from various
points by tho agents of all tho different as
sociations 'which gather and disseminate
news, but thcro has never been so baro
faced and outrageous an attempt to dccclvo
tho public as is contained in tho following
words sent from Cleveland : "Tho Gar
field Monument Ttind Commltteo to-day
received $250, a contribution from Es-frcsl-dent
Hayes." Evidently tho sum was
$2.50 not $230.
Tan Petersburg (Va.) Index-Appeal,
ppcaking of tho Star-Kouto cases, refers to
tho malignant and persistent newspaper
attacks mado upou tho defendants, and says :
"Another reason Is that thero has bconaa
unprecedented and Inexpllcnblo effort mado
by tho newspapers to break down every pos
sible defense In tho cases, and to convluco tho
pcoplo In adTanco that tho accused woro
KUllty. They havo had no newspaper trlends,
and few newspapers havo oven treated jhem
with decency. Unscrupulous attornoys havo
been employed at great expense by tho Gov
ernment, and they In turn havo hired still
less rcputablo persons, all for tho purpose ot
convicting some ot tho nccused parties."
A teivate letter from, tho Hon. A. C.
Mellette, Register of tho Land Offico at
Watcrtown, Dakota, to tho writer conveys
tho information that the land business in
that favored Territory is booming. At his
office alono Mr. Mellette says that thcro is
n dally average of 100(homcstcad) entries
aggregating 10,000 acres. Tho Democrats
had better hurry up with that special cen
sus, or there'll bo 150,000 pcoplo movo into
tho Territory this summer, and it will
be admitted with two Representatives in
stead of one.
Lieutenant Greene says it costs $3.60
to light each street lamp during tho year
that is, $24,730. It may bo true that tho
gas monopoly pays that sum for this work,
but nobody, except Lieutenant Grceno,
will believe it, without very conclusivo
evidence. But if they do, thero is $19.10
for 2,200 hours of gas. The six-feet burner
consumes in that time 13,200 feet of gas,
which is $1.47 pc thousand feet. As tho
law requires tho company to furnish gas to
citizens at 23 cents per thousand moro than
is charged to tho Government, tho prlco
should be, to private consumers, $1.72 per
.thousand, and all in excess of thaNs a vio
lation of law.
Vlint In GoIiik ou in llio Social
Tho social event ot New York to-day that has
the greatest Interest Jor Washington people Is
tho wedding ot Mr. Victor Drummond, of tho
English legation, and Miss I.amson. Tho cer
emony was performed at Christ Church, Mr.
Cadogan, the son ot Lord Cadogan, being best
man, and Miss Lamson's lovoly young rolatlvo
nrst bridesmaid. It was a morning wedding,
tho brido and groom having arranged it su
Ihev could clve a wcddlnc breakfast, and still
havo time to tako this afternoon's steamer for
Europe. Mr. Drummond'g doparturo Is a real
regret, for ho was a great favorite In society,
and was ono of the most elegant foreigners wo
have ever had among us. lie must possess,
In a markod degree, tbo faculty of winning
friends, for whllo In lllo thero was no one
moro popular than "thewhlto Englishman,"
ns ho was calledf and tho enmo report comos
from every station he has over occuplod.
Mr. and Mrs. Adam, of the English Legation,
will sail tor homo by the samo steamer as Mr.
and Mrs. Drummond. They havo been or
dered to 8t. Petersburg, Mr. Adam's recent
praktlon entitling him to tho clmngo. Tho
friean and relatives ot tho amiable young
diplomat and his pretty wlfo regret their
departure, but hope a kind homo government
will send them back to Washington before
Tho trip made by tho Presidential party to
Fortress Monroe was one of tho most delight
ful affairs that has occurred this spring.
There might havo been bluerskles and warmer
euns than greeted them during their voyage,
but thero could not havo boen a plensanter
company than was gathered on tho Arthur.
They made their own sunshluo, and ivory ono
was sorry when tho anchor was dropped yes
terday (or, more literally, when tho vessel was
made fast to the wharf), add the Journoy was
at an end.
Admiral and Mrs. Loltoy will sail tor Eu
rope early In June, where they will spend a
year sauntering at pleasure through the most
attractive places they can llnd.
Tho many friends Captain and Mrs. Hommos
have made among us during their stay ot tho
mm ori jjuuch uittiresgea at tneir orders.
They a- aoUi too agrceablo to be given up
wllllnr 'nd wo havo learned by regretful
e,Per3r A-' tlmt waiting orders nlways means
belntrEXt some placo elso.
Coiilnnder Casey, U, S. N., has beon or
dered to duty In the city. It will be like com
ing homo to him, tor ho has so many old
friends and companions waiting to welcome
him on his arrival.
Tho doparturo ot M. and Madam Outroy will
make another change to bo legrottodln Dip.
lomatH circles. They have been among tho
most brilliant leaders ot socloty, and the wit,
beauty and ravishing toilets of Madam will
long be remembered.
Mr. Feblger, of New Orleans, who has been
spending a few days In tho city, leaves to
night for his bouthern home.
Tho Literary Knclety meets this evening nt
the residence of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Nord
horr, on K street, between Twelfth and Thir
A number ot Mr. Iierkan's friends were
gathered In Mrs. Marvin's charming parlors
Thursday evening to hoar a poem by Colonel
Clarke, whose mueosang Its Sweetest and
tcudereet strains In memory of his friend, tbo
beloved ond deeply lamented Oarneld.
This Is the anniversary of tho day of tho
wtek and month on which Mr. Lincoln died;
tho last scenes ot his life were enactod Ju the
llttlo brick house on Tenth street, opposite
what is now known as the Medical Mueoutn,
but which used to be 1'ord's Theatre, and was
the scene ot the awful tragedy ot Uood Pi Way,
8JD. I remember seeing him that dreadful
Holy (Saturday, tho careworn face, which u.oj
to look so kindly down on iny childish one,
licaceful at lest, and the brood forehead
smooth ot Its furrows. A soueo of awful mys
tery seized mo as I was held up to look at hlui.
I had heard of tho "seal of death " and
thought I saw It In tho purple stain
that lay under the skin, marking
tho vt hereabouts of the bullet that had trashed
lulo Ids bruin i that brain whose orory thought
was for some man's good, Tho largo hands
that bad held so faithfully the power entrusted
Ihcm had dropped everything from their
grasp, and did uotiesponu to tho tondnr touch
ot his nearest and dearest I remember, too,
tho crowd of negroes, young and old, with
tearful ees and u look of grey despair In
their faces, that thronged the rotunJa whllo
lie lay in state, ailing tho air with mourning;
the soldiers, scarred and weather-boa ton, some
crying Ukej-hlldren and others swearing lu
Uielr rsge and trier, like the strong troopers
Ihey were, and citizens of evory grade mourn
1st as it lor a dear personal friend.
Tliis nftornoon and evening Mr. Joseph Jot
iri n will appear for the last tlmothls sot
nn In Washington. "Illp Van Wlnklo" will bo
performed both nt tho matlnoo and evening.
The famous Audran Opera Uomlquo Com
pany, ot thollljnu Theatre, Now York, holds
Hie beards next week, appearing lu "Olivette,"
"The Snal-o Charmer and tho "Ma,colte."
To night Smith k MeBtayor's "Tourists"
glvo their farewell porformauco at thn opora
Hotise. Next woek sweet llttlo Mlnnlo l'almor,
supported by an admirable, company, will bo
with us In "My Sweetheart."
The World' Mttnount.
At Odd-FcllowB' Hall next weoK tho World's
Musoum Company, of New York city, opons.
This Is considered ono ot tho flnest shows, and
meet extensive nnd nttracllvo In tho country.
rrofersor Carpontcr, tho famous psycholo-
gist, continues to startlo our natives by his
marvelous mesmeric exploits at WHIard ltall.
To-morrow afternoon Luther Denson, tho
eminent temperanco orator, will lecturo at
Lincoln Hall ot :i p. in. Ho will be Introduced
by Senator I). W. Voorhccs.
This I. Holy Woek, yet Mls Mlnnlo Falmor
must feel aho Is tho sw ecthonrt ot ovory ono In
Indlanao)ls, for Inst night sho made n return
Mslt hero and placed the standing-room sign
nt tho box omco nt 7.dO. Mlnnlo Palmer and
II. E. Clrabaui, ns stars, nro well-known In
Indianapolis, yet they havo both goiatly lm
prov ed slnco last seen here, and In a play
cleverly constructed for theni to nppoar lo
belter advantage now than over boforo. Miss
Pnlmcr jiosscsscs vitality enough to enthuse,
tho entire company, which, by tho way, Is not
In need ot much enthusiasm, as tho Individ
ual members havo a goodly Bharo ot It. Miss
Palmer 1. very pleasing In her vocal selec
tions, nnd It. E. (lraham Is tho only rival ot
the great Emmet. Mlnnlo Palmer nnd At. E.
Graham nppcar nt Ford's Opora-llouse nevt
week, giving matinees Wednesday and Sat
urday, I.utlicr llcnsoli's Lecture
en temperance 'at Lincoln Hall, to-morrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock, will bo full of wit,
humor, pathos, and tho keenest sarcasm.
A 1'olnt on Calkin..
In tho employ ot tho Treasury Department
Is a young man from Indiana. The other day
ono of his Hcosler friends, fresh from tho
mother soil, callod to soo him. Would ho
show him around tho Department ? Certainly,
nnd with pleasure. But tho clerk oxplalnod
that slnco tho Bureau ot Engraving nnd
Printing was removed to another building
thcro was llttlo to sec, but It would delight
him to exhibit what thero was to bo seen. So
thoy-wcntnllnround, pcoplng into tho vaults
where tho millions of money are kept; Into
tho rooms ot tho heads ot the Department, nnd
peering nt the many (totho fresh Hooslor) other
things ot Interest. Finally tho adventurers
hauled up In the "rogues Kallory."
Tho pictures on the walls,' the stacks of In
teresting photographs, lntorestcd tho visitor
v cry much. After scrutinizing them all closely
ho stopped, put his hands on his hips and
looking lnquhlngly about asked :
wnero is caixins- picture?"
"Whatl" ejaculated tho clerk In amazement.
"Calkins' plcturo where Is It?"
"I can't understand youl" exclaimed tho
clerk In utter amazement. "What do you
menn?" ho continued with ludlgnntlon."
"Why," lnnocontly asked tho Indiana
friend, "ain't these tho pictures ot Congress
men?" Tbo cleik saw ho had mado a mistake in not
announcing the namo of tho "subdepart
ment." Ho Is now lying low with tho croup.
IVlnc for J'.iciilnir Entertainments.
The port grapo wluo of Alfred Speer, of Tas
salc, Now Jorsoy, Is gonorally pronouncod tho
most rollablo wine to bo obtalnod, and Is now
being used by those fashlouablo families who
aro tho moBt cholco In their selection of wines
for evening entertainments. For sale by drug
gists and grocers.
$30,000 fob $2. Nearly 2,000 other cash
prizes lu tho grand drawing of tho old and
reliable Commonwealth Distribution Gi., which
draws on tho 20th Inst. Send $2 for ticket to
It. M. Boardman, Loulsvlllo, Ky.
ALL CONSUMERS OP TAINTS.
TO THE HOUbE OW3KR.
andtothosi:avjio.abk;jytiiadk A'D CALLING
C0XSUMI3W Or TAINTS,
The following plain and pertinent truths aro re
spect nil ly presented.
"Be ready nlways to Rive an answer to every man
. thai asketh jou aieason."
In accordance wltlt.aud In obedience to, tho
&boe Injunction, we propose to set beforo the
house oxnicr and the consumer of xilnl good and
alid rcaeons, with argument In support thereof,
why the Jitady-matlc TalnU manuacttired by
John W. Masury fc Bon should In exterior house
painting be preferred beforo any and all other
material offered or presented for tsuch purpose,
rirst.we hold up In terms ns brief and concise
as possible the facts In the case, and afterward
give the "reasons for the hope that is within us.'
"Ve assert, without fear of reasonable contra
diction, that the Ready-made Colors made and
sold by us are, all things considered, the most cco
nomlcat; meaning thereby tlint a house owner
ran, bv the use ot our paints In nalntlnx nls
house. realize abetter result for afilvcn sura of
money man oyany oilier moae or procedure:
and e Bubmlt t hut .all other t bines being equal,
u tat Uinost economical is best. We claim, too,
that our paints aietnoie ilui able than any and all
others eir offered for public favor, and wo can. If
wechoobeM) to do, substantiate this claim by tno
written teMlmonlalaof five thousand responsible
and respectable men. Our colors fade lcxs than do
others; they are as permanent as, in the nature of
things, colored pigments can be, and, what Is of
prime importance, in fading they fade so tint
jointly that the result is almost the equivalent of
not fading at all, and we believe them lobe, for
all surfaces exposed to external weather forces,
XheVcst jtotstble piesctiKitite, Ju Bbort.thcvhavu
inherently the maximum ot all good properties
and qualities and the minimum ofall undesirable
features possible in colored paints. The claims
and assertions here presented may seem to one
not acquainted with the merits of our products
exaggerated and not strictly in accordance with
sober truth; but when we Khali have presented
our reasons why such things may be we have no
fear of bilngchargcd with a disposition of boast
fulness or exaggeration. We aro older in this
Hue of business than any other c&tablfhbmentlii
tho United Utates or elsewhere, wo bcllevo. The
paints herein particularly leconnntnded Uare
hetn In use for more than half the lift time ofa gen
eration, and tens of thousands of urban and sub
urban and rural domiciles present themselves us
attesting monuments of the truth of our claims
and tho superiority of our products. Country
JtouRes.to tho number of thousands, havo been
puinttdagalnand again in all thine wars with
our colors to the entire satisfaction of their own
ers, and our paints are best appieciated undmost
highly commended where they havo been most
used and mont m erely tebUiL Therefore, we are
notasklngthe house owner to try doubtful ex
periments for our profit. Can the new claimants
nay as much? In the business exclusively of
manufacturing and preparing colors fur tho ready
me of ihe painter the house of John W, Masury i
Hou Is the oldest lu the United b tales and th
jarK8i in i uu vtoriu, ino senior partner and
priii m tuio propruior lias ueen continuously,
practically, lucci-hsfullv and proxpcreufclv lu this
uiiBim-naiuruiiiiuM lull u n Itlury, and. Ill view
of Ihfpti laftM.lt Is reasonablA t,t uiiwi,a ti.a.
whut there Is In thuhuslm-ss north kuowlng ho
pottHCfiesaknonledKoor, If thenuder have any
iloubt of I lie entile correctness of our assertions
uertlirblm loauy and all or our couipetltoia
throughout the country, Wo do not propose to
tleprlatu or decry tho products or practices of
any respectable, maker of paints, but wo do say,
and Willi riason. thut In uslngour palntsairood
outcome Is asHurcd fiomlho btart. Inputting
these colors befure the public w CKladly avail our.
MUwcif all repulablo ways and means of pub
lishing and adv t rltalng tlu in; but w e cannot come
down to the common practices of certain atlf
calltul manufacturers orpalut, who coter every
iliad wall and outbuilding and rail fencs through
out the lural districts w lib their cheap board
Blgns, In company with quack medicine enders,
'no cure, no pay." prhate medical consultation
and liter pads. Theso miocksln the paint trade
hawmriio rctogntllou . by the respectable meru
htrscf Ihe business must resort to these more
than doubtful piactlces to palm on upon the pub
lic Hi lr worfeethau worthier trash, infbetr
own phrase. It Is rlnap' and they inightodd tho
vualuylug udjecthu iimr with a good deal of
pel lllieuce. 1 he purchaser of these paints should
m ii In mind the (act that tomilicitlu has to pay
lor Ihe cord of sign boards which is sent along
with e cry twcutj-dollar ordir fur these framf
'i he remarks foregoing, commendatory ot our
own colors, reler particularly lo those of our
paints which are presented to tho public lii the
form of colored white lead, called Itnllroud
Paints: In paslefolin, so to speak, not thinned
w ill oil to a propir coiismency for application
wllhu paint bruU. but thick. like white lead,
requiring to be thinned with linseed oil or tur
pentine, as the case may be. Now, ueproiioseto
M-t forth tbequalltlen and properties and merits
o( our Lhiuld Colors ready Ihluucd, which um
olieredapdricouiiiiended lorihessuis purposui
as are Ihe untldniud paints, but In more con
venlcntlorm, 'these coluishave nolundergoue
the tut ci time to the same degree as Ubvetbe
others but they have bcculn common use for
Mmeyears.andlliall cascswhere the dircc ttons
liaveLetuohMMed the result has been entirely
allslactory. Weeny Irom our own experience
that in all our taia ot practice we have never
teen any paint, after twelve months of espruure
loihe sun and the atorins, presful so fiesh an
appearanio-Bo llitle evidence of esposure and
wiar. We commend these remarks In all aerl
ouonesstothe house owner about to paint, und
ask a trial of our products.
JOJJN W MAHIJRY t SON.
Yoi sale by " "
JAMES II Mtlir.L.
rde agent for the District of lillurabla,
PM Ko.lttl New yWk avenue.
Wo Have JnstBelnrneil from Now York
And have recured some
Among which will be found
Ono caso 3-4 Wool Brocado,
In all tho now sprlngshados,
at 14 conts por yard.
These are retailing In New York at 23 cents, and
are n wonderful bargain.
Ono caso Small Wool Chocks
at tho samo low price.
These Have been SO cents per yard.
Ono caso 6-4 All-Wool Small
Chocks, at 60 cents per yd.
Worth I. Also,
Ono casoSmall and LargoAll-
Wool 6-4 French Checks
and Stripes, at 75 cents.
Have Just been reduceel from f 1.15.
In the mest magnificent assortment ever display
ed In Washington,
Also, FROM AUCTION,
ol eery variety, In Immense assortment,
really offer now
from 40 cents up to the very finest.
We are just now about Uvylng the foundation of
our new Immense building (of which a description
appeared In this paper), which will be completed
by September, and as our new store shall bo Inau
gurated with an.
Entire New Stock,
we propose to sell -every article In our present
store as near cost aa possible. Great Bargains may
be expected. An early Inspection will certainly
404 ana 406 Seventh St.
Bead To-Morrow's Capital.
READ DONN PIA.TT.
Read "Distinguished Visitors."
Read G. H. B. on Jaci Wharton.
Always Read The Capital
939 Penna. Ave.
OUR SPRING STOCK
IS NOW READY.
The Styles qpe the Newest.
The Patterns are the Choicest.
Our Carmonts are of tho
Very LATEST CUT, and aro
Mado and Trimmed In tho
Best Manner and aro Equal
to Custom Work, and OUR
PRICES aro CERTAINLY THE
030 Pennsylvania Avonuo,
and 032 D Street Northwest,
$16, SIS. S20.
apll 1217 t'1'.NNA. AVKNl'i;,
I risiieetrully Inform my rustomers nnd the
public, Unit I have removed my lariso stock of
Trunks, Ladies' and Gent's Traveling
Bags, Pocket Books, Harness,
bADlllLb, Mllll'b A.VU UOllisK tiOUJS,
FKOir 423 7Tlt HT. N. V.. OIU'O. ODU-YClf
LOWti' 11AU,,'10.S0. 03011r,N, w,
I shall Klveadlseount of ISner cent, an Trunks.
TraelluK llQKS and 1'orket Hooks. 'I hanklnir ) ou
for i ast la ors, uud soliciting your further orders
1 maaliDours, etc.,
pao I) STHEET NOMHWiisT.
China, Qlaeswai'e, and Houbo
OBaKVKNTiI STUEET NOUTHWK3T.
QAMOi R. GITTINQB,
6I PENNSYLVANIA . VENUE,
Calls the attention ol the stove .trade and builder
to a new and desirable register at a low price, oci
DB T GOODS.
woodwaia & Lotbnra
Oil IT.KNA. AVE. Oil
Ono Cr sl.mUnl rrlnto, warranted fwt colors,
ft cents per yard
One Cae Jf Cambrics, hnndsome styles, 8 cents per
l)omttlc Ginirmms only 10 cents per yard.
25 Pieces Striped fcecrsuckcrs, only lOcts. per yd.
100 Pieces Striped, Plaid and Plain 01nhms. ex
tra Kood alue. 12jc per yard.
100 Pieces Plaid, Striped and rialn nlnshAms,
splendid variety of styles, l&c per yard.
Special Bargains in Colored Dress GooJi
23 rieces Vlneh Wool Helges, light nnd darlc
colors, only fioc. per j ard.
Ore nlnir Dally Novelties In Neckwear, IUicblngs,
Collars, Flsclius. Mull Ties,
CO Dozen ladles' All-Linen Hemstitched Hand
kerchiefs, loc. each.
25 Doren Oents' All-Linen Woven, Bordered
10 Doren Oents Woen Tlordered Itemitltched
lldkft. superior quality only 2c. each.
An Klecant Variety of Ladles' Printed Bordered,
Hemstitched Hdkfs, In new and choice styles,
at ITc , 19c, 21c, SJc. and 2Jc each.
WOODWARD & L0THR0P
031 PENNA. AVENUE. 991
BALTIMORE CASH STORE
008 SEVENTH STREEET.
4-4 rino Pennies, lie. teas Tluin Ever
70c. Very Oooil and 1'ttre
NEW SPBING DEBSS GOODS
Sllktt ond Brocndes. Table Linens. Towels and
Dometulcs, Hosiery, Comets and Underwear, Cur
tfllns. Laces and while Ooodq.
Ve Invite nn Inspection of tbe above Specialties.
L. BEHREND'S Baltimore Cash Store,
008 BEVKStm STREET N. W.
736 OUR NORTHERN 714
are sending Kcw Good? dally.
AllAVool Cashmere, 35c,
English Crape, orth f 17, for 8Sc
Parasols Irom 35c. up to to.
For Honest Dealing and Great BargAlns tn Dry
Goods, Notions nnd Dress Goods, call at
714: J. Ti. YOUNG'S. 73G
Lupin's Nun's 'V'eiling,
TYLER & OHEWNING,
aplO " 018 SITV'EXTH ST. NORTHWEST.
GUINNIP, DAY & CO.,
sao. saa and 83 i sevkntii feT. n. w.
Spring- Dry Goods,
LUTTRELL & WINE,
1030 FEKXA. AVE. op
BECAUSE BAltGAINS BOCallT.
cocia:it-A.isrB ss ca,
DRV GOODS AND NOTIONS,
rorii pprosiTE mooa' hank.
IMP0ETANT FOE THE LADIES.
7-Hook Foster Lace Gloves Reduced to
3-Button Olivette, every pair warranted,
Reduced to 6o cents.
B. J. BEHREND & SON,
eg 818 SEVENTH ST N. W bet. II and I.
50 dozen Huck Towels at 25 cents each.
100 dozen Napkins and Doylies,
Bleached and Hal lileached Table X.lnen. all
WM. 11. ItlI.EY,
ItlLEY BUILDINO, COIlNKlt NINTH AND E
bTJUSETH N. W. JalO
UY YOUR DRY GOODa
nr.n. v. uattitk.
311 IVnnpvlvanla Avenue. 1-ist. Capitol Hill.
315 Seventh Street,
Will Open April )2th the follow Ing Bpcclaltles:
2,600 Turllsh & Smyrna Matts, at $leacn
,400 Smyrna Rugs, at $1.50 each.
825 Very Large Smyrna Rugs.at $3 each
This Lot will be offered only for days.
In addition to tho foregoing specialties we
will Include tho following t
450 Nottii&hain Lace Bel Sets.
roMrniBiNa oni; la nan spiiead and
TWO HltAMa 1'Ull IM, north 13.W.
31B SEVENTH BTIIEKT.
QI&MUND & (10LDMAH.
We Purchase from Manufacturers, En-
abling us to Sell 25 per cent, Less
than any Washington
Leading Low-Piice Hatters,
436 Seventh St. Northwest.
InfHlHble MctU Taper For Bale
FOR SALE AND RENT.
.1. .1. SUTl'lIJIN,
11. M. ItU(lKU9,
VM. l HWLKSy, .
Omnlin, Neb. i
RIWON IlltO , i
HAU i THOMAS,
Atts. at I,RW,AVa5h.,I C.I
M. X III.
Nn It final ItfntihlErAn.
SUTPHEN & ROGERS,
Real Estate and Rental Department,
V STREET, OGO NORTHWEST.
MONKY TO IvOAN ON RKA.I. KSTATE,
RtJSlNKbH ntOJtlTLY T"ilANSrVCTED.
TREE ADVERTISKMKNT IN THE DAILY
A splendid New Oillco on flrst floor, between 10th
and 11th on V street northwest.
Also, nmiinberof nice houses and rooms In all
parts of tbe city.
rcsltlvely a Great Rnrjraln to an Imme-llate Pur
chaser In Choice llulldlnx Lot4 and Fine Residence
with modern lmprovenuts.
ITOrREH WITH MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
No. KH lttri st, n. w., loroora Hmip.
No. 1B18 lih st. n. w 10-room House.
No. IMS 15th t. n. w,. Jl-room House, corner Cor-
corfln Hreeu ,
7-rooui House on K street, 2 7W,
rvroom House on F street, i,000.
New Houe nnd I4,0i feel for baIo for W,50D.
Nos. liw, 1105, U07,ll09,llll and 1113 RbUu.w., nice
6-room Houses, nnd At n bargain.
A nice C-room two story llone, modern Improve
ments, V st. bet lfth and 12th, pressed brick.
Nice 9-roomRrIck House, on 0th St., bet. O and P,
Nice 3-story Uncle House, 0 rooms, modern Im
provements, mth SMory brick Stable. No.
130 11th st. p. , prlco tVWO.
7S1 12th st. n. w., House and Lot, 29 by 100 feet, at
Kouos terms to suit.
Very fine Farm, about 7 miles from city, under
Also other farms and lands.
Six Reautlful Lots on M, street. s est of Connect
icut avenue, St feet cneh. at (A cents.
Three Rulldlnjr Lots near 20th and P sts. h. v., at
75 cents; snxfri
Also ten HeauUful lUilldlnit Lots tn OeorKeton,
overlooking WahlnKton city, oa P street.
Very desirable oulldlng lots comprising a whole
front, commanding a beautiful view of the i hole
Houses, Lots and Farms to sell nnd Vacant Rooms
BUTniEN A ROGERS.
REAL E8TATE BULLETIN
THOS. E. WAGOAMAN, 917 F street.
(Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays).
THREE-STpRY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
1&29 Columbia st n w, mod lm, 8 rs f 3 600
2205 M st n w, mud lw, 9 rs ...............,., 3,500
fc07 N Can st, mod lm, n w, 10 rs .... 3,500
C07 N st.7 r. n w, mod lm , 3,300
15th and 16th, I and K, Stable 8,000
15.15 Columbia st, mod lm, 8 rs n w 3,000
917 6th st n w, mod lm, 9 rs 2.000
C21, 627 10th st n e.mod lm," rs each ............ 2,ooo
4i5 C fit b w, mod lm, g rs 2 ooo
612 25 ih st n w f mod lm, 9 rs.... ... 1,500
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
218. 220 Del ave ne.f h,5 rs each....... .11,300
sous L tt. t h, o rs, n w..... ......,.. 1,000
16, 18 Ilrown's Court, water, b h, 4 rs each ..... l.ooo
1308 4th st, f h, 5 rs, n v... H... 1,000
ju ma ave n e, n,& rs .....,. ... i,uuu
6th st, bet G and JI s e, 4 rs ,.,... 916
1754 and 1762 T st n w, f h, 6 rs each.................. POO
424 L st n w, f h, 4 rs.... 900
lcos and 16IQ 4th st n w, b h, 6 rs - 850
720 L st s c, b h, 6 rs 850
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR BALE.
L st, bet Conn ave and 18th st n w mH..H.60c
Monroe st, bet lGth and 17th n w ..60c
B st, bit N Homp ave and 18th st n w... 5uc
Oregon st. bet N llanip a e and 18th st n w. 50c
W st. bet 10th and Boundary n w. 50c
F Rtf bet&thand Oth n w...
ijbi, oei -ma ana ziri a w....... ........
2Gth fet, K and L n w ...,..
5th st, bet N and O n w ......
N tt, Let 4th and 6th n w
HOUSES FOR RENT.
1416 K Bt n w,mod im, 13 rs ?150 00
1322 and 1326 Rlggs st n w, mod lm 7 rs... 3-5 00
464 C st n w, mod lm, 8 rs .....,..,...... 30 00
701 II Bt n e mod lm, 6 rs .. ..................... 25 oa
89 C st n e, mod lm, 8 rs 25 00
2317 M st n w mod lm. 10 rs.... . 21 00
1833 12th st n w, mod lm, 6 rs 2U oo
75 1st, Georgetown, mod tm, 7 rs -30 00
2020 Sth st n w, mod lm, 6 rs .... 18 00
920ECaptet,possMay l.modim 10 00
Market Space, Room 9 ..............) 5 00
820 y Bt, loom Q n 6 00
Room 9 - 2 00
It com 1, 611 7th St 20 00
Ounton Building, rs2 and 4 22 00
In sums to suit at 6 per cent.
On Thursday, 20th of April, at5 o'clock, unim
proved property on C street, between Fifth uud
blxth sts. toutheast.
The above Is only a Bmall portion ol property on
my books. For full list call at office lor bulletin
Issued nn Ihtand 15th apl5
New Law and Miscellaneous Books
Morau etz on Private Corporations; .JG.
hchouleron Husband ancf Wife; fa,
l!cest of Fire Insurance Decisions, 2 vols.; $3 50.
Tyler on Infancy nnd Coverture, 2d edition; fd.50.
rI he Preres, by sirs. Alexander; (1,
Prudence, by LucyC. Lllllc; 90c.
Money Making for Iadlef; uoc.
Physical Education, by Osnold; fl.
The Rraln and Us Functlor.s.by J, Luyp; $1 50,
History of Ancient Egypt, 2 oK, by Prof. Raw-
Science and Culture, by Trof. Ilnxley; 11.50.
The largest Block of titationery Inooxes lnth
C'y" W. H. MORRISON,
Law Bookseller and Stationer,
apH 475 Penna. ave. a. w.
Ofall the Ilest Makes, lu Greatost Variety
PLAIN AND FRINGED.
Easter Crosses, Harps, Lock
ets and Books.
O. O. ITJE.SBXjXi,
mrl3 NINTH BTltEET iyitTlIWK3T.
farcus Ward's, rraoc's, DeLarue's, and other
makes; the finest selection In town. 100 Bristol.
Hoard Cards Mrlnted from Plato for ,1.
foreign Newspapers, Macailnes and Periodicals
J. D. FREE S, Jr.,
F STREET, Opposite Ebbitt House,
and Fourteenth Bt. and Penn. avenue. mr3
DECKER & CO.,
1111 F BTPEET N0BTHWE8T.
BOOKS Sc STATIONERY
B24 WI3VENTH BTItEHT N. W. roria
WOOD AND COAL.
J. M WHEATLEY,
Wholesale andlletall Pealerln
Best Qualities Anthracite and1
Bituminous Coal, Pino, Oak
and Hickory Wood.
Builders' and Contractors'Supplloa
Sole Agent for tho Newberg, N. Y.,
Plaster, and tho Cumberland,
Md,, Hydraullo Cement,
Talr Prices and Satisfaction Guaranteed,
OFFICE AND YARD,
Cor ItuI Ave, Hecouilaml O sts. K W
STEPHENSON & BRO.,
Coal and Kindljng Wood,
vcrut Aiiu jiij-jj, ovvvuiu Di, it unit,
Office, H. K. corner TwelrtU tit, and Pa, ave. n. w
JAMES H. McQILL,
DEALER IN BUILDING SUPPLIES.
No. Ull New York Aye., near Treasury.
TANFORTH HAS MADE THOUSANDS
J of Homes pleasant with his Light and Stove.
Started hundreds on their way to lortune, selling
Ids goods, LIUHTJNU and COOKINU, No
chimney, wick, kindling, ashes, nor w aste. Light
ed In one minute; put out in one second. Small
apital Invested in uooos, which will tell irom iW
to 300 per tent, profit. Actual Necessities.
Fourteen j ears' success In every aiiency opened.
Inventions perfected. Patents Usued. Expert
raents flnUhed. Mauutarturlng commenced und
salts dally Increasing, with Mr. D.'s means, abil
ity and advice to aid et eryoue who helps himself.
WlliiniE to tell riif htit. I nrefur to sell e&oda at
close prices for cash; give control of town, and
feel that I hate a direct Interest In every agency,
Dauorth's Specialties lea a no remnants. No da-
EuergetlcaUy pushed, suo-
ceuGure. (Jold dollars do not
visuk ium uata
pocket. Work, "that's the word." It my busl
Mi.Danfurth Is at his desk from 10 to 8 p.m.
Assures you of courteous attention. Plain tUto
ments hacked by sales, and goodwill ofall who
Rurchase. I can use loo good men, who have
oraA to 12,000 in cash to inv&st in goods, to
take charge of Branch Ageaclos la dlflerent
Platen. Come and see m, or tend for rlrcolars,
DANFOHTH. Wl D it. n, W., DtdJy 2'uftt Biilding.
WoUilDgtou. V.iX JW
FOR RENT Houses.
Advertisements of Three lines under this head
Inserted 3 times for 25 cents.
front and baclc yard, ateron the premises:
rentfl n month, In advanee; also have a lot of
secondhand brlclc that I will sell cheap. Inqnlrn
at 611 N st n w, apll-3t
IrOIl SALE AT A RAROAIN-imtCK
' house OU I st n w., brick house, 603 P st n w
tirtrk house. C2t H. C ave s c; brick and lYame
homes In all carts of the city. J.S. Snormstedt,
war at.. np!2 6t
I noil RENT-HorNn 82t NINTH ST. N.
? w six rooms and cellar; mod lm.; suitable
for two families. Apply flit H. I.aven w. anil-jit
FOR RENT Rooms.
InOR RENT - A NICE FRONT ROOM
? southern front; with board for two persons.
Inquire 03.11st nwj apu-3t
IOR RENT-TWO COMMUNICATING FITR
7 hfehed rooms, with or without board; Also
Iront room at ft moderate price, at 725 tleventh
atreet northwest. apts-St
IJUm RENT-ONE NICELY PURNISHED
: far) or, one room on second floor; central lo-
Jt. (IHIlUr, JIIU iHUIIl (III BfVUJUt
cntlon; mod, lm. 730 5th at n w.
IOIl RENT-ONE LARGE TURNWHED
: and one unfurnished room; pas, heat, bath
and closet; second floor. Apply 1212 N st nw.
IOR HALE. RENT OR EXCHANGE FOR
? CITY PROPERTY. A Ueautlful Farm of
twenty acres on Scotch Cove. Chesapeake llav,
within il mllo of (Southern Maryland lUtlroad.
Une bathlnK, best oysters and fish; 10 minutes
drive from Point Lookout; plenty of fruit, with
farming utemlls, boats and stock housn of 11
rooms, with splendid flower garden and grape
arbors: bf althfest location lu the State. Ap.tly to
Wrn.A. Yates, Perry RuPdldg, cor. Uth and Pa.
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
FOR RENT-BEWINU MACntNES-SINGER,
Domestic, W and VM Wlllcox and Olbhs,
Howe, etc, f2.60 per month. Wm, btlebellne, 1717
l'enna ave. ant4
FOR SALE Houses.
T1EAL ESTATE FOR SALE CHEAP.
written proposals lor ine purcnaso or mo re-
mafnlng real estate of the Irecdman's Savin ci
and Trust Company, or any portion thereof, wilt
be receded at the ofllce olthe undersigned, the
Pfimnii!nnpr of fintd Cornnnnv.Nn.
avenue, uuiu lunner nonce.
Hchedules of said property may be obtained on
application at said ofllce.
JOHN JAY KNOX,
npll Commissioner F.S. and T. Co.
FOR SALIVA GREAT, BARGAIN TO AN
lmmedlatn purchaser, a nice live room framo
house, near K st. Market; owner going Went.
panenhow er & Bon. 1212 F Bt. mrUtr
IOIl SALE ANOTHER SACRIFICE-A
three-story brick house, near Oovcrement
Printing office; less than t3,080 cash will buy
It; rents for 8300 per year; owner going west. Dan
enhower Atson, 1212 F si. mrHtt
FOR SALE Lots.
ITIOR 8ALE-ON FOLLOWING TERMS: 10
7 cash and $-5 monthly; twenty beautiful
building lots, at JI l&O each, situated on Eleventh
street, between n andU streets, and on U street
northeast; one block north of Lincoln Park and
three blocks Irom East Capitol street cam; lots on
grade; water, gas and sewerage. J. W. STARR,
1429 New Yorkavenuo. mr20 lm
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
) ONE LUTHER SQUARE PIANO.
Rich Rosewood Case. cnr ed legs and lyre; fully
warranted in every respect; will be sola for fMO
y monthly payments,
6t 1'. O. Smith, 1103 Penna.
JD ONE PRINCE! MELODEON.
lle octave, handsome Rosewood Cae, nnd lu
pericci oroer m
perfect order musically; will he sold for tf-l on
x u. ojiiiLii, iiuj ruiiuu. uvc
A SMALL FARM
hope hill; Ave acres; lor Rale cheap; on long
;rcs; lor saiec
iiaaress a. xt., rmc omce. apLO a&
FOR 8ALB-A SKVKNTEKN DOLTiAR C$'7)
bnby carrlaRofor .J5 cnsli. Inquire at No.
1736)s hfxthstrett nortliuebt between 7 and 10 a.
ro. and 4 and 8 p. m. api3 3t
ITVOIt HALlOnOCIJRV STORE, CORNKR
K and New Jersey-nve n w, lOUl; dwelling
attached; reasons plveu forselllng; pood place for
ood and coal business. aplj-3t
FOR SALl-LOTS ON I STREET, BETWEEN
23d and 24th Bts n ; lots In sqiuire 1070; very
encap; lot on Cst, near 2d st nw; lot on 13th fit
above U btnw; lots cor 13th and H sts n w. J. B.
bsv ormBtedt 023 F st. apl2-ot
ITIOR 8ALE-VARSI IN JfONTGOSCERY
; Courty, Md.; Farm lit 1'rtnce Ueorge'H
County, Md. J.S. Bwormstedt, 928 Fstn w. apl2-fat
TTTOR SALE-A GOOD CAUTAND HARNESS:
JU also, about 3,000 good second-baud bricks.
Inquire at fill Nstnw
ITtOR SALE SEV13RAL 1ESIRABLE
? building lots still for sale on reasonable terms
in Hyatt's addition to Ilyattavllle, Md. Call or
addicts either C C. HyattorM. L. LUtleileld,
IIatuville. Md. ap!2.Ct
CARRIAGES. CARRIAGErt. CARRIAGES.
The clieancst place In the city to buy New
and bjecona nana carriages ana j juries ot all
No. lo 1'knna. Ave.
FOR SALE-3 FINE HORSES 1 1 SUITABLE
leracart: will sell cheap. CallattheAldcr
ney Dairy Depot, -ill Third street n. w. de2iT-tf
CAIUtlAOKS, WAGONS, HUGGIES.
A variety of New and Second hand Carriages
and Buggies. Largest btock of Varnished Wag
ons In the District. One Fine Box Wagon. One
of 8. N. Brownfl Trade Wagons. Spring Wagons
of allMzes. All ofthesbo eat very lowestprices.
J AMI'S K. PROBEY, Repository, 1230 Thlrty
Eecond (High ittreet). Factory, 3240 Prospect
avenue. Went Washington. te!7
I 31011 EXCIIANGE-FOR LAND UNINCUM-
bercd,a half Interest of which will glvo con
trol tn onoof tho most aluabie patents In the
United States. Address Bureau of Exchange,
room 27, Second National Bank building, 7th hi..
above E. apl
TTTANTED To exchange new stoves-for old
TT ones at Butler's Stove Exchange, cor. Sth
ana K. Smokey chimneys cured or no pay. Staves
exchanged for groceries. Old stoves bought. f27
.Money In any sum at low rates of Interest.
Ii. H. VAKNUI,
qplMt 016 I' Bt. II. w.
at Mx per cent,
en cood real estate Re.
Address Jones, Critic oltlce. apU-Jt
ANTED-TO BUY LAND SCRIP.
Additional Homestead Claims,
ciuuk jiuu-uitreu rcrip,
Potter fit Id Warrants,
Land Warrants, Ac
AH of the above Iud Scrips for huIo. Address
or call on W. O. Hill, loomltl.St. Cloud Building,
Wasttlngton, D. C. mrU im
TV YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL,
Trarinilvnr flniintrv Prnnertv. t
Trade City or Country Property, come und see
e una see
ihe great bargains at WILLIAM It. MAIN A
iKOTUEit'B. Bt. Charles Hotel, corner Third st,
and Pmmylvania avenue northwest.
TTrANTEB TWO BICYCLIiS, ONE I'lfcTY
VY iiuli, and one lorty-eigl.t loch. Address
Illuer, Critic oillce, stating condition uud lowest
cash price. aPlv?1
TTTANTKIITIIK LAUIEi TO KNOW THAT
YV Mrs.Uarrctt.No. ItillG st n w, will havo
her opening of spring btyles ol millinery and
dreswes on Wednesday next, April 19. apl5
WANTKD-LAIHES CAN FIND HELP
and principals of schools teacheislieo of
chaige. Apply at 615 Seventh street northwest,
I oo in 10, second tloor. onli
W ANTED-A YOUNG LADY OI' REPINE
ment and culture is ery delrousof ob
taining a few pupils lu French; would call at
lbir residence If preferred; terms moderateaod
relerences first-class. Address Pauline, Ciltlo
TTANTED-A YOUNO MA LTESE KirfJINi
fit lit ft W
TT biuie wiierancsu oesten una puce. aq
drees Dot Dimples, Critic ofllcg.
W ANTED-TO MEET A GENTLEMAN OF
small capital, who Is desirous of investing
In a profitable nrsi-class business.
iTi.icomce, wnn uui aauiess.
"TTTANTED-AOENrs, ADDRIiS D. AP
tt pli ton A, Co., in West Baltimore street,
Baltimore, Md. W. W. Jluyim.
T T must oe sauna u
must oe sauna cna chtop.
Apply to 12 Hi
TJOOKKEEPINO OUARANTEED TO BE
J taught for tMM' 20 Icksou lu writ in,'. IJ.VJ.
(i, W.llOWE, lWJOSeenth street northwest.
TO BUY FOR CASH. AKMALL
ItoiibO in Oeoructownor Nortlinpbt Wash
ngtoii.Addu'SMMHouHe," t'lltlqoiULe. apli-Jt
WANTED. - LAR'Jj; UNI-'URNISHED
rooms, or suite of rooms, centrally locati d,
suitable for club rooms, with capacity for sealing
8eeiity.Cve persons. Address U. v PMCiltlu
W" ANTED-UTO KNOW WHERE TO OO
losao money on the higher grades of
school bookh: trench, Latin. (Jreek, (lermau,
Hi nihil and ItuUun at half mice. Book Ex
change. No. izMfctlst 1', a Merry. aplo-6t
BOARD-470 PENNA. AVE., NEAR SIXTH
strc et d pot; flrst-tlafts board, well furnished
rooms, 5 to flO per w eek: transient, f I AO per day;
terms ioi uU AiuilJtf, T MllS, HOWARD, I ronrit
ttrrrfonfliiJ under Ihehcad of'SltmUoni
Wanted" anil "Help U'oiiW will hereafter
le imerteil in The Evenino Cmtio three
times FREE. We inrite onr JrUmti tcfsWnj
lituaffoM or help to (trail themselee J of this
offer. Anewen directed in care of CniTio
Office will recelce careful attention. Husineti
atliertisementi three lines three timet for 25 ctt.
T7ANTK - IMMEDIATELY - 1'IIHT.
TV clans waist hand: also, skirt trimmer:
eome ready forwork
730 ITlh st n w.
WANTKD-A WOMAN TO DO GENERAL
housework, not hard; must have a room
elsewhere; references required, Call at 1417 N st
WANTED-A, WOMAN TO DO COOKINO
and Reneral houscn ork In a family ot three:
wages 8; references required. Apply at 317 Del
iivene. . apt
VITANTED-AT 1011 O STREET, WHITE
t. wuniRii iu cuqs ana uo cnnmoerworK:
TTTANTED-A GOOD, RELIARLE COLORED
TV woman for peneral housework; one that
will stay at nights; two In family. No. 413 lists
WANTKD-A OQOD MILLINER; NONE
other need npblyj steady work and Rood
pay. Apply to Mrs. King, 920 7th st. aplt-3t
T V ave, a Rlrl to work on custom coats; must
be a eood one or need not apply. AdJresM 11.
TT7-ANTKD w TnREE WOMEN WITH
Y good references, to wash and Iron and
scrub at Imlimtilnl llnmn School. D(nri?rtrnrri
High street, beyond cemetery. apt 3
'ANTED-A COAtpITTENr WOMAN TO
V cook, wash and Iron. Apply at 1802 14th st
"TTTTANTED.-A NURSE AND ALSO A COL
.. ored cook to wash and Iron. Apply at
1H31 F street northwest. ap!2
WANTED. A VhllTE WOMAN TO COOK.
Apply nt 1918 Pennsylvania avenue. apl2
"TTr ANTED. A COLOItEDGIRLrORNURSE
f t ur imuy, at lm diiu sireei nortuweu
X7-ANTED.-A RELIARLE WHITE GIRL
it, fttr general housework In a small family,
cooking, washing, Ac; must bring good refer-
ence. Apply ntJjailllggs street. aplZ-3t
"TTrANTED.-A COLORED WOMAN TO
T mrse: one who nndersrands washing; ret-
erence required. Apply Nineteenth street, above
Roundary, first house end of nlank walk. ap!2
"TrANTED-FIVE SMARTV ROYsTTTtoTs
TV years old; salary fiom 3 to ti per week.
Call with rclerence at flit) O st. npts
"TTTANTED-A BOY TO RUN ERRANDS IN .
TT tailor store. 461 1'n ave, up stairs. ap!4
WANTED-A GOOD WHITE MAN WITH
lamtly on a farm; a woman for housework,
cooking and washing; good home and wages. Ad
dress O.R. B., Oak Grove, Prince George's Co.,
WANTED Situations Female.
WANTED-HITUATION BY "aThNeSt
respectable colored girl to do general house
work; cook wash nnd Iron. Address Cedar Street
Alley, bet. 13th and 14th Sand Tsts. apll
"TTTANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY, A SITU
i T atlon to teach small children and to do
plain tewing; would like to travel for the sum
mer. Address L., PostofllcQbox la, Gordonsvllle,
Va., stating full particulars. a pi, 5
"TTTANTED-BY A YOUNG GIRL. A PLACE
TV as chambermaid or general housework In
a small family. Address M, A., Critic offlc. ap!5
TTrANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE GER-
, t t man gin, n niaec lo ao general housework
Inn small family; fswllllngand obliging; best of
. c.i-icnci'H jj. ri-quireu, Auaress ljizzie oinuo, i;il;
TTTTANTED A COMPETENT DRESS.
TV maker Mould like a few more engage
ments by the day or week, or sewlnc of any
kind; terms reasonable. Address 1. M.. Critic
TTrANTEn-BY A WHITE LADY. A PLACE
TT as cook, washer and ironer in a privato
family. A ddreasK.H.. Critic ofllce. qpii
ANTED-A LADY OF REFINEMENT
dPrs'rPS finOfiltlntl linimoLoonpr nfchnrtro
linen room for a. hntpl. Atidrmit R. Tl PHtln
QlCP. apl I
TrANTEI)-BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE
t t gin, a Buuation as nurse or cnamoermaiu
In a private family; Is willing to travel.
tll Mil Wi
WANTED A SITUATION TO COOK,
wash and iron; not general housework.
Address K. J., Critlo ofllce.
"TTTANTED-BY TWO COLORED WOMEN
TT places to cook, wash and Iron, etc Apply
at 92S O st n w. apll
"TTTANTED-BY RESPECTABLE COLORED
TT girl, a (situation to cook, wash andiron; can
gl e rt ferenccs. Apply at No. 2 Cox's alley, be-
iwcen Mxth and feeentli and 1) and K n. w. qp!3
OF MANY YRAIW
official testimonials and certincatcs, desires tlie
position of visiting govLrncsa to teach English,
jiinfji um jnusic: saiary rcasonacie.
A. It., Critic ofllce.
"TTTANTED-BY A YOUNO LADY, A PLACE
TT as lady's maid; would like to go to Califor
nia; references given.
Address Miss K., Ciitlc
TTrANTKD-BY A RESPECTABLE MIDDLE-
T t agca wuue woman, a Mtuauoa to do cham
berwork and assist with washing and ironing
TT aged white woman, actuation to do cham
oprworK ana assist witn washing and ironing;
willing to do housework for widower; no ob
lections to children. Address 2028 8th Bt n w, above
Boundary st. ap!3
WANTED-SITUATIONS.BY TWO COMPE
tcntwhitewomen;oncoscook and laundress;
tbe other oa chambermaid and seamstress. Ad
dreps employment, Critic oillce. antl
WANTKD-BY" A FIRST-CLASy BLACK
smith, a situation on spring wagons or
general repairing. Address Blacksmith. Critic
TTTANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN WHO
TT has nerved three-and-a-hulf years at tbo
carpenter trade, a place to serve one year under
instructions with a carpenter or cabinet maker.
Address 1'. R. a., Crltlcofllce. apl".
ANTED-BY A YOUNG COLOl&D MAN,
a situation as waiter; can give references.
Address C, Critic ofllce. ap!5
"TTTANTED-BY AN ACTIVE BQY OF 10,
blndlng. Address D. 1 F., Critic office.
v wiiiins to otK, n euuniiun o learn dook-
ANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, A PLACE
as a laborer or messenger in tho Oovern-
ment Pi luting Ofllce or uny oi the Departments,
tor which he will give (50. Address i,
F, D., Critic
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED DOUBLE
entry ttookkeeper, desires a situation with a
inn canine nrm; coou cuy rtsierciices, Auareit
Trial Balance, Critic oflico.
a p H-.lt
W ANTED-A YOUNU MAN, INDUSTRI
ous, lalthtul, trutlilul, honest, perfectly
trustworthy, wants work in anj thing he can do.
Address 44s New Jersey aven uo s. e. apU
WANTEI-BY A YOUNG MAN WHO
thoroughly understands the care of
horses, sober aiiiTindustrlous.asituatlon as coach
man or any other place ho can llnd employment
at. Address James.gti U'sstaw. apl3
"T1TANTEI)BY A COMPETENT
TV situation as janitor or portirt
llrst class referent es as to sobriety and honesty.
Addrf m Edward Wilkes, 1)18 6th at n w. ajfrtJ
WANTKD - A UESPJ'-CTABLE YOUNO
inan.w ho neither drinks, swears.chews nor
smokes, tlettlrcs to work u limited time each
day or e enlng (or lodging and board, has doae of
llce work rle cars; not particular what thn
woik is. AridrfHH Arthur. C'rltln oillce. no!3
LOST AND FOUND,
ihn's Church, a little
Jl. March 19, uoon, at bt. John's Church, a little
duck-legged bkye 'ierrler, about blx pounds
weight; liaxeu head of silky hair, blue back, yel
low underneath whole length; legs yellow; short
curly tall. Any person returning him to me or
Khlngluformatlon where he can be found, will
iecele, with his return, twenty dollars, and no
out sttons aaked and no trouble given, Call on or
address Mrs. Dr. Wallls, 1SJ8 htmv. a p 15-31
T OfeT-A LARGE BROWN NEW FOUND
Ji laud dog; strayed away on Wednesday even
lug last. A suitable reward will be paid lor his
return to No. 1631 0 Bt n w.
IOST-FBIDAY MORNING ABOUT EIOHr
J o'clock, the Uth Inst, in front of the drug
More on north bide of Penna ave. bet 4aand6th
sts-asniall black Phsiclan's Recipe Book; valu
able only to the owner, Dr S. 11. Crews fl will he
paid lor return of this book to 150 6th st tt w. or t
IheCiUlco.Uce. jm apU-if
T ObT-A COLD CIOAT BREASTPIN, QIFT
JLj of a dead relative; lost on Penns 1 van la ave
nue, between 'lhlrd street and Central Market; a
reward will be paid by having Hat 218 11 street
northwest. William Cottl. apl3-3l
ON THURSDAY EVENINfl LAST.
butwetn thu E-htreet Banliat Church Alid
W7U Blu w, a Coral and Cold lurrlng. Ihe Under
will be properly rewarded by having the sauie at
JOS1-A WHITE POUTER PIOLON. THIS
J tlnderwlll be rewarded by returning IttoHJ
i, si ... ut-im xiv
T onr Armr, 10, a lajiqu black and
J J lanBbepbei.l Dog. No. oflil:il relura or
liiiorniailon will bo liberally row urdod. A.T.
Ioi'Cle,nifl Anne " P 3t
iTTww. wi.rrr.KN. PJi 4S,1L.lT""JiSX'
j M M. r.viKMi . r.riei. m.w u
i.ifl... .ti.niH r.r i.ni unrranisana naienis.
fepeeclie sand lectures prepared at shortest notice. , I
All business unlidemUI. Milt). M, A. hVtl-
MANidUUtu street n.w. it