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TI1E EVESTOSTG OTITIC, "WASHnSTOTOiSr, D. 0., MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1882.
THE EVENING CRITIC.
Published Dally (Sundays ExceritoJ)
bii Nixm STnEirr xorvntwiv'-r.
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Entered lit the rest onice In Washington a, sec
ond clas matter.
Monday, AprlM7. 1SS2.
The Itirtff Commission dobato Is to con
t.ciif ".ntil tho 37th instant.
The Richmond IHtpateh enlls Wayne
MocVeagh a Republican. lie a JZepubll
can 1 Ood Eavc the mark.
Ecitose tho Knglish were to Insist that
(iultctu is insanoand ought to bo pardoned,
what would wo fay about It.
Feask K. Ward Is shrewd and crTter-
prisinp as an advertiser. That Howgato
tTick of his was a trump card.
Jl'iicm Wylie docs not roeognlzo tho
crime of "champerty " asonothat should
ho punished in this District. As the suf
ferer in this Instanco was "a soulless cor
poration," mayhap ho was right.
It takes, three Armycnclneers and ouo
civil ditto to manago tho affairs of tho Dis
trict. Some of tho four must bo intended
for ornamental work, like the carvings on
the cast portico of tho Capitol, which nro
very costly, very beautiful, hut not of any
The Baltimore, & Ohio, aud tho Penn
sylvania Hailroad have foundground which
they can occupy in common. It is not fora
union dcrot, but to defeat tho National
Railway bill, which gives a competing lino
to New York. Somo of tho members havo
found out that Congress has no pawer to
grant a charter for such a road.
Wayne McVr tan Is at It attain. A normb.
Ikon who nlways YllUfle, and abuses his
party is either n tool or sneak. Generally ho
is a compound ol both. Sunday Oaul't.
It is not because JlcVeagu is a Repah.
licau, that he is " r. fool and a sncaK,-' but
because it is a part of his nature, llo can
eo more help being a sneak and liar than
water can help running down hill. That
fce calls himself a Republican is tho mis
fortune of that party.
Cokoress should make an appropriation
for the Government Printing Ofllco at
ecce. Tho olHco is full of work ordered
by Congress and no money to do it with.
Unlets an appropriation is made at ouco
the office will havo to stop. Tnis will stop
all printing, besides, throwing out of em
ployment at least two thousand employe,,
entailing much suffering aud want. As
tho Government needs tho services of thess
people, this would bo cruel. Congress can
now be euro that all money appropriated
will be judiciously and honestly expended.
Let the money be furnished at once.
Tho Boston Journal, a baked bean organ
of su-perley-tivo thinness, says that tho
people will remember James becauso tho
I'cstolEco Department bcc.imo self-supporting
under him. The pcoplo will re
member James as a lying sucak who squan
dered $240,000 to do a favor for hi3 friend
Charlie Smith, editor of tho Philadelphia
JViss. The favor was getting Smith's paper
into Ilarrisburg ahead of tho New York
papers. To do this cost tho peoplo
$240,000. Rut James aud Smith and tho
su-pcrley-tivo Roston Jbiir.wl lira all re
formers together. It is right for them to
steal and lie, being naturally sneaking,
snivelling, canting hypocrites.
Mr. Rare, Chairman of tho Committee
on Corporations of tho IIouso District Com
mittee, called a meeting of his comtni'ttco
one week ago to day to consider tho resolu
tion of Mr. Murch, raising a commltteo to
investigate tho doings of tho Washington
gas monopoly. Mr. Rarr did not attend
tho meeting ho called and to 110 action
was had. Why not call another? Parties
aro ready to show that Mr. March's resolu
tion ought to pass that tho gas monopoly
is literally robbing tho peoplo of the Dis
trict. Is that tho reason? The Critic?
would adviso Mr. Murch to reintroduce his
resolution aud get it referred to somo com
mittee where it will not bo strangled.
A new industry is bciug rapidly devel
oped in the South, or rather tho meansaro
being used to savo an .articlo that was for
merly thrown away. Cotton-seed oil fac
tories aro being established in every sec
tion, and tho oil is being purified aud in
troduced into common uso as a substitute
for and improvement uron lard. It has
even found its way to this city, whero it is
sold at seventy-five cents a gallon, which
is ten cents per pound. Tho extent to
which this branch of industry may expand
can bo seen when it is known that for
every pound of lint cotton thcro aro two
pounds of cotton seed ; that last year thcro
wero three million tons of cotton seed,
every ton of which would yield thirty-five
gallons of oil, a total of one hundred mil
lion gallons. For somo years past tills oil
has been manufactured iu small quantities,
and a great deal of what wax mado was
taken abroad, refined and tamo hack to us
as "olive oil." Now it is being refined
hero and is coming into general use in
somo sections. It is a pure vegetable oil
and is palatable and healthy.
The Washington correspondent of tho
Hicjthlc cays that the leaders on both sides
of the House have reached an Informal
agreement to close debato aud take a vote
en the Tariff Commission bill nt an early
day. The correspondent says "it is ex.
pected that Randall will insist upon some
more time, although how much is not
stated. It is understood to bo for two pur
poses. In the first place, ho wants his side
to get in all their speeches for local con.
sumption with a view to tho fall election.
He expects the next House to be Demo
cratic aEd to be Speaker of it. himself. Iu
the second place, ho wants to use up time.
This Congress, so far, has done more work
than any of its predecessors for years, and
this makes tho accomplishment of Ran
dall's expectations more difficult if allowed
to go on," Why, certainly. It is not the
disposition of the Tariff question as a pub
lic mcasuro that is desirable. The main
point is to tnako "tho next House Demo
cratic," so that Samraudall can "bo speaker
of It himself." It is perceived, however,
th-t "this Congress, so far, bos done more
work than any of Its predecessors for
years," and that "this makes the accom
plishment of Randall's expeetatioui more
Quite so. This, take it all in all, is the
fMtt c&jnplelQ definition of Samrandalllsm
Hat we lave ever nets,
to 'ir til.larof li "iiitlKJ i'lUL-
Thcro I, protmidy nt place on tho Amorl-'in
niireni wnnro so wu-n spurious miner is
ln -.ho Mntrlct f Onlumbln fit too
time, while fine crenmery butter I,
in KiwYi'rt cltynt 10 to 43 punt,
!Ao'niiri?r!lnpnnil mienoo 'vit'ur n
ni - 11 n Ihm market for fine, genuine, hit-
ti l1-" t U'icent, wholesale, nml !W I 1 10
1 1 1-, n lull, our ioplosrom to think they
i ulnc ftronttmMmtii, when for Ujoents
l-i 1 Mi'l 'hoy .-an Kotftcmpo.Mid made up
it innold tritter ami apo ,r iiunltty of lard,
wit thrmigli n chemical prows, to tflko oit
the bad ninell and taste, and on which tbe !
taller l making onto 100 per eont. profit,
wlillo they uenounrn an a.i oxtortl.inor the
hottest ilraler who eolln at retail, tor 5U conn
per pound, flno .venmory butter that cot
nlm 4! cents per pound. Two years ago
Cosprtu ra"eu an net Imposing a lino of
JllKJ tor felling filoomarKnrlno or sunno ex
cept by ilielr tru liamw, but not the slightest
attention Is paid to that Ian. Llko most law 9
concerning our District, It Is drawn so loosely
thut n coach nnd tonr1' ran bo easily driven
throtipu. from fiOO to 1,000 tubs of ol?o
iuargnrlr.0 or butlerlne perwook nroM In
this ninrLet, and yet not one man has been
nncd for selling either of theso spurious ar
ticles. The writer Is m&ktrgm -war on thosa arti
cles If sold by their tnio 1 amt If peoplo pre
fer a mixture of rumrunner anil poor Inn! to
cock!, swcot butter, let them h.-uo It. only let
thorn know what ihe an1 buying. There Is
nothing repullo to taftoor detrimental to
health In K"oil, meet snot mixed with kooiI,
tweet milk, or In pm e, eweet lard mixed with
lino butter, If peoplo llko such mixtures; hut
It I tho fraudulent nilxturo nf theso articles
that cauei tho trouble. Factories whero
tliro nrtlelrs aro omiounileil frequently
l.rwe latere stocks on hand lu tho crude state,
wlilcli, iiy ntte, becimo putrid. Instol of
felling them to tho sonp.ereaso man, 11. oy aro
put through a pioccss that takosout tho nffon
pc nmell nnd taste, aud then convene! Into
butter, which Is wholesaled at 18 to i!0 cfltits
rcr pound, and then retailed as genuine but
ter for ;!5 to -10 cents per iwuml.
Lost yenr during the great Hood a Baltimore
olcomaigarlno factory had a largo quantity of
uct stored In on nlley south of TenusyhauU
acnuo among tho stables whoro for twenty
four hours It lay four feet under a. liquid com
pound of rotomoo water, sewer tilth and horso
manure. It was claimed for this suet that
this long sonkngo In tilth did not lujuro It In
tho t lightest, but that after being put through
a thoiough rinsing lu puio water It was better
than ever. It may bo that such was tho case,
but it is not cry ploaat.t to think nbout, and
does not tend to Increase one's appotlto for
It does ocm ns II our neonlo take dellpht In
being humbugged. They continually play into
tho bands of rogues, a policy calculated to
stano to death honest men. Witnoss tho way
they rushed in dioves to patronize tho bogus
tea company, paying ono dollar forapowter
syoonnndn pound of voithless loa or coffee,
heu they could havo obtained tho genulno
article, of honest, vrcll-kuown dealers, for one
half that sum. c.
3Ir. Vest's Cniisllttitluit:il l'rlnclplf.
f-t. Paul rionter-l'refcs.
Mr, Vest is a9 hopeloasiy at a loss as tho
rest T,f Jils party to Ilnd good and Bufllclent
reasons for opposing tho admission of Dakota.
Ey ccmo astrologlc process he has discovered
that "it would bo a manifest violation of tho
spirit nnd intention of tho Constitution to ad
mit a blato into the Union without at loast tho
population requisite under tho existing law of
nppoitlonment for a llcpresentatlve In tho
Lower Houso of Congiess." How Bad tho
country villi feel for tho various Com
presses r,f old times, which vlolatod
tho Constitution in this very respect
without tinting Mr. Vest on hand to till them
of tho crlmo they weio committing, rrom
8ia to lblllt tho tatlo of apportionment was
ono Representative for oicry :i5,KKl iuhatilt
nuts. Illinois, admitted IU 1818, had but ai,
biO; nnd although this would seem near
enough to satisfy most rcople, yet Jlr. Vest
has got hold of tho nbsoluto truth, and Con
giess violated tho Constitution, ns did also
Jlr. Monroe, who signed tho bill, l'roin 1843
to 1853 tho ratio was 1 to 7O.0S0. In 1813
llorlda was adralttod with a population
of 01,177, partly bpanlsb. nnd with very
Uttlo prospect ol inciease. This was a very
heinous violation Indeed, rrom 18"3 to 18(U
thoiatlowns 1 to 113,1'J.i. Oregon, admitted
In lbSti, had 52, ln people, not two-thlidsot
tho icqulslto number, yet this violation was
sanctioned by tho Democratic rresident, Mr.
lluchanan. Lastly, Novada In 1801, and Xo
Muskn In 1M17, tho ono with less than ono
thlrd, tho other loss than ono-half the number
their admission what Is left of Mr. Vebfs great
A Murelcrcr'K Cnllfehslem Hint Might
llitltu. Amcilcnn, fetmday.
John Bi lzznlnro, tho Italian knife-grluder,
who was n tow days ngo Indicted for tho mur
der of his wlfo by the Grand Jury, wasyostor
doy brought Into couit to bo arraigned, Ho Is
still suffering fiom his telf-lnfilctod wound,
could baiely walk, Is much emaciated,
wretchedly clad, and was, altogether, a pitia
ble object. Ho said that ho had no counsel
and no money to employ any. Tho Indictment
was tinnslatcd, scutenco by sentence, ns ltwas
lead to tho prisoner, by Mr. C l'errandini,
and nt Its conclusion tho accused pleaded
guilty, but said ho was drunk whon ho did it.
Ho was, how over, Instructed by tho court that
It would bo necessary for him to enter an In
formal plea of not guilty so ns to get his caso
beforo a Jury and havo counsel assigned him.
This ho subsequently did, nnd tho court
nametl Messrs. Illchard M. McMicrry and
Charles M. llonapnrlo to appear for tho de
fense Tho tilal will tako pluce on the 10th of
May, proximo. Had llrlzzolaro's first plea
been ncceptcd by tho court, ho would havo
been hanged under the law.
J.iKlntr lucersoll (o mi (Inliitellt-(,-ent
Xew York World.
General Joseph II. Jackson dellvorod an ad
dress last evening at tho Do Witt Memorial
Church on tho nocesslty of combining intelli
gence with consclenco In shaping one's course
aright. Ho traced every persecution to unin
telligent zeal. Tho bnttlo of Christianity
against inlldels llko Iugersoll, nnd all other
evils In tho world, will bo sure of success.
Tho pastor, Itov. Jamos Marshall, supple
mented his romaikB on Iugersoll by reljtlog
a story of Mr. Kpurgeon about an oleplmutln
a inanagerie who bioko loose and then opened
the cages of eoteral lions and tigers, which,
only for tho timely interposition of the
keepers, would havo wrought much mischief,
Ingersoll, said Mr. Mnrshull, Is llko thatele
lihnut: ho lsoneulnc tho cages which aro tho
L only testralnts of ecry species of tice, but It
ujirisiuius oniy aiicnu piompiiy to llloir uuty
his woiks will bear no fruit.
Tlio I'fiufcNt 011 Xtce'oi'tl.
V. V. Herald, I7th.
Tho now Qulou steamship Alaska, from I.tv
cipool, anlted at tho bar yesterday atnoon
having made, It Is claimed, tho quickest wost
crupassugoon record, Leaving port on tho
8th lust., sho sailed from the l'astnot on tho
afternoon of the Oth, and made thevoyagoto
handy Hook In seven days, six hours and
twenty minutes. The number nf miles ran
each day was Hso, H83, UIW, 117, lot), i!U7
and dill. The w rather, except on Uie loth
Inst., when a gale and a hoad sea was encoun
tered, was light and favorable. Tho quicken
oyago beforo this was that of tho Arizona, lu
May, IBM), when she mado tho pasnagu In
seven das, nine hours and twonty-ttiree
minutes, but en her last passago to Llterjiool
tho Alarka is said to hate passed the 1'ustnet
In tho unparalleled time nf soven days, tliroo
bonis and fifty eight minutes from Himly
Itelimril lliuiiil lu n Ciilliolle 4'ciiic.
Tho largcfct oowd that ever ntteuilod a
funeral In btougliton, Mass,, wltnoasecl the
burlol yesterday mteriioon of Jolin C. Galvlu,
wliofe body was refused a restlng-nlace In tlio
falliollc cemetery by rather Keller. Mr. Oal.
tin was a rrotestntit, but Ills wlfo was a Catho
lic, and, with ono child, km burled la a lot
owned by lilra In tlie.CatholIo cemotery, Ho
foro lie died be requested that his body be
placed beside Ihnt of Ills wife. Ho wasery
popular, oii tho action of the priest ciusoh
imieli tndiiinatloii'.amoiii: ull classos of iooi)lu,
Including a lnrce number of Father Kelley'g
pailehlouers, o attempt was made to bury
the lody In the Catholic cometeiy, Galvln's
filends having puicliasod a lot In l.tergrecn
Cemetery, Tho temalus wore Intened thoro
with Masonic honors under the auspices ot
the lodged nliKIi the deceased was a mem
ber. Xot 'iinieroir .Mini .illlrlicll,
bonator Mitchell, of reunsylvanta, appear
to hate determined not to ill) tlio pluoo uf
Cameron's " Mo Too."
floo Iteunril fur h llellir Itemeily.
William's Indian rile Ointment Is a i8ltlvo
cure for riles. Get a box of your druggist anil
fcutfer no more, bold ovotrw here.
The I'. I', AiIuihm iJiiuro lliislniss,
ki. Louis I'ost-Dlspatrh,
If George Washington liuj Uea longer lie
would rrobably havo nurchasea a lottery
"AMcrney Dairy Wnjroiis."
Fresh Alderney Butter, ctiurnod every morn
iDg and delh eied In VjlS, Ward " iirlnts, 65c.
perlo. Also, cottage cheese, buttermilk and
Kwcetinllk-, fcc. perijt. Cream 16c pint.
FIRST OF THE SEASON.
Great Onc-Piice Sale of
At hut w e trgln nftrles of ONK-rillCK HALEs,
until further notice. The first of tbr salrs will
begin lo-ony. The goods to be slaughtered are
comptlsed In the fcbote named department, which
will be divided Into SKVH.V ClllAND LOT-".
Lot Ko, I, containing
ClirMIf r.H. SKIRTS, DllAWKItl.
AtthoVnltorm Price ol
Lot No. 2, containing
( iir.;ii'-T. wKirtTs.
1'ILLOW SUAM1. IlltAWHIVt,
Lot No. 3, containing
At the Astounding Trice of
Lot No. 4, containing
At the remarkable low figure of
Lot No. &, containing
NI1IIT GOWNS, SKIRTS,
Lot ?so. , contalnius
rinziiihE-J, coif-irr covuiu,
ril.I.UW MIAMI. HKIIiri,
Lot No. 7, contalnlns
TIISAWEIW, 'OltSET COVK1W,
CHKIII" -J, V1LI.OW SIIAMS,
Hear in mind that our stock Is neither damasoel
by rilli: nor WATCH, nor even HL1C1IITLY
DAJIAOKD; that i e shall poslthely offer onlv
1'IIIXII nml NEW GOODS " of our own IM
I'OnTATION.at theaboe wonderful fisurce; the
priccBon the foods MUST and WILL sell them.
lovelties in Parasols.
NJJW ClIECKH ANJ BTnil'E5!.
HI'ItlNU 8KIIITS AND ItOSlKUV,
I1FHINO AND OAU.E VliEsl'H,
UKN'IH ALI,L1NKN HKMsriTCIIED UAND
KEliCHIErH, a.1 CENTH.
IYLEE & (JHEWmrCr,
018 SEVENTH WTIXEET N011THWE1 T.
O. O. PTTK.SBXjij,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
Wholehal and Itptall.
apl74S2 NINTH HTltEET KOBTHWEaT.
SPRING HATS. ""
I'earl cussiniercsand l'eail Derbys.
Complete Stock of STRAW HATS
Eor Gf ntlemen, Youths and Children.
upJ7 ISttr I'EN'NHYI.VANIA AVE.
GRAND SPRING OPENING.
1011 O hTKEET NOHTHWEMT,
Announces lo the I.adl,K Washington thu she
will nave her
(iiaml 0ieniug of Milliner' ami Du-ss Goods,
On Wednesday next, lOtli Inst.,
Trimmed Patterns of all Styles
Her arrangements are complete lor everything
In the Hue of Millinery unS liiess Maklu,
tadkV fult made to oidor at the Low eat Itate,
SltS, SX8. ffiSO.
apt) 1317 I'll.VNA.AVllNLT-
1 rifi(ctriil' lnforin my custcmei and Uie
imtillc tliut luHterrmoieuruy laruu stocic of
Trunks, Ladies' and Gent'u Traveling
Bags, Pocket Books, Harness,
siiiiii'i.H, iiiiirs :am iioum: ouuus,
PIIOM 423 7TH hT. N. V.. (ll'l'O. OUD-KKL-
1MV, ' II AJ,l., 'J O 0. B30 II T, X, W
I .hall gl o a dUeoiint of 15 per cent. n Trunk.,
'lraelliK Hugs and rock it Hook.. lliaiiklnou
for paht savor.tandKolltlllujooiir fuitlier order.
lltlll 1) HT1IK1ST KOIII'IIWINI'
Obinu, GlasswavOj and Houbg
iOSJEVENTJI BTUEET NOETJUWE8T.
T, W. MUEPHY, 623 0 etroet n. w,
Practical bonestioer. ha, a full knowledge of th.
atmclur, aud formation of tbe horse', feet, and
wltlianezperlenoeof Hilrtyyearslo tiorseauovloc
be s-uarantee, to cure all dlMiue, ol tbe fool ire. ol
wooawaia & Lotiinni
031 PF.NNA, AVE. 1JJ
Onr Co standard Trlnte, vMirmntttl f Mt color,
One Cnc h Ccn.brir, lmndome Btylw, 6cit ppr
Dtrcf i4 Olnsliflms only 10 cent pw jhtA,
wrJeees&trlpni. Sfpmickcrs, only iffct". prryrt.
100rixccPtrlred. rialclnnd rialn OinuhRnH. ex
tra Koort vnlue. 12Jic. per yrd,
100 riccpN riuUl. Striped and riMn (.loghAnK,
t jdcndld variety wfstylts, Uc. per yard.
Special Bargains in Colored Dress Gaitk
41Mrfffl 4Vlnch Wool llte, l'ght nnd dark
color, only 5Pc. per yard,
Oprntn((IinHyNoeltU In Xecltncar, tluchlng,
Collars, rUclms. tull 1h,
toDorcn Itdlca' All-LIncn Itemsiltclipd Hand-
Kercbleix, loc. orcIi. ,
25 Dozen Oenis AllWncn Woven, nrdered
10 liorcn vents' Woven Horitoed Uemntltchwl
JldklV". nipfrlor mmllty onlrilc. oncli.
An Klirant Vnrletv of I-adlcV l'rlnted Uorderod,
llemstltchfd Hdkft, in new and ihoice sty let (
at 17c ( 19c, 21c ic. and &?. each.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP
. 1121 TENNA. AVKNCIi DS1 rl
BALTIMORE GASH STORE
008 SEVENTH STREEET.
4-4 I'liio 1'erenles, lie Lcki Thilu liver
,1c. I Very Good and Ptiro
NEW SPEINQ DRESS GOODS
PIlkii and Biocaden, Tablo IJnrn, Towels and
loinestlcs, JloMery, Corbet and Underwear, Cur
tains, Laces and white Goods.
Wo I n It e an inspection of tho above Specialties.
L. BEHREND'3 Baltimore Cash Store,
008 BEVEXTir ST11EET N. W.
736 OUK NOETHERN 714
ai e sending Kcw Goods dally,
All-Wool Cashmere. 35c.
lnglish Crnpe, worth 1.37, fur 93c.
rnratols Irom 35c. up to $0.
roFJIoncst Dealing and Great Bargains In Dry
Goods, .Notions aod Dress Goods, call at
JI1 J. K. YOUNG'S. 73G
Lupin's Nun's "Veiling,
TYLER & OHBWNINGr,
!)I8 SKVnSTlI &T,X0RT1IVE3T.
GUINNIP, DAY & CO.,
fcllO. HX'i AND sa I bKVENTH ST. N. W.
Spring- Dry Goods,
LUTTRELL & WINE,
lotto TENNA. AVE. npO
BECAUSE DAnOAINS BOUGHT.
COCHEANE SB CO.,
D1W GOODS AND NOTIONS,
mm ori'osn'j; niGos' BANir.
IMPOETANT TOR THE LADIES.
7-Hook Foster Lace Gloves Reduced to
3-Button Olivette, every pair warranted,
Reduced to Co cents.
B. J. BEHEEND & SON,
fgl 8IW SKVENTlt RT N. W., bet. II nnd I.
50 doren Hnck Tow els at 25 cents each.
100 dozen Nankins and Doylies.
Bleached and Half Bleached Table Linen, all
WM. K. IlILEY,
ItlLEV BUILDING, COnNKIt NINTH AND K
bTKKUTB N. W. JalO
BUY YOUll DltY OOODH
oi:o. T. HABBIN,
319 rennslvanla Avenue. ist. Capitol Hill.
Pplar Canet Faraiste,
315 Seventh Street,
Will Open April 12tb the following Specialties:
2,600 Turkish & Smyrna Malts, at $leacii
,400 Smyrna Rugs, at $1,50 each.
825 Very Large Smyrna Rugsat $3 each
This Lot will be offered only for 2 days.
In addition to tlio lorcgolng specialties we
will lncludo tlio following;
450 Nottingham Lace Bed Sets,
fOMPIUBINCl ON13 LAIICIK SPItllAI) ASH
TWO H1IAMU l'UU 42-W, north ;8.0U.
318 SEVENTH BTItEET.
mmm & ptoldman,
We Purchase from Manufacturers, En-
abling us to Sell as per cent. Less
than any Washington
Leading Low-Piice Hatters,
436 Seventh St. Northwest.
Infallible Motli Taper J'or Bale, ap7
FOR SALE AND RENT.
It. M. KOttKim,
WM, V. 1CH1-LKY,
M. U. Trt.
WM. Tf. TRlNtlKlt,
Nail mal liepnt i 'an.
I . S4rHir, Nob
WII. I. HWitmv,
Alt.at liT.tVu.ln.P C
HALL A TllClMAi.
AII9. ill Lnu ,'Vh.i.,11.C !
SUTPHEI & ROGERS,
Real Esiato and Rental Department,
v srrxcT, dgo noiithwe3t.
"HitiHrx to lo.v on nnvij estatu
IllNIEHfl rilOIIl'TLV TnAN'AOTED.
FJtEE ADVEUTISKMENT IN TnE DILY
A splendid New Otllee on first floor, between xoth
and Uth on V s'reet northwest.
Aleo.amimbrror nlco houses And robms in all
purls cf the city.
I'opltlvelv a Orent Darraln to an Tmmediatfl Vur
chaser In Choice Jlulldlin Lots andFlnelteflldenee
with modern improvements.
1IOESERWITII JIODEUN IMrnOVEMENTS.
TCo. 1CU Uth st. n. w 10-room Houe.
2wt 1C1G Uth ht, n. -., 10 room House.
Zo. 1618 15th at. n. w.. n-rooin House, corner CJor-
7room House on r street. J2.750.
frocm House on F street, $8,000.
liwnoueand 14,000 teei for Falo for ti,V
Kos.lK3, 1105, 1107,1109,1111 and ll!iRst,n.wMnlce
-room Houses, and at a bargain,
A nkefi-room two terv lXoue, moJcrn Improve
nitnls, V ft, bet lltliand 1-tli, rrensed brlcV.
Xlcefrroom llrlck Jlouae, on Pth St., bet. O and P,
Nice J-story Brick Houe, 9 roonn, modem lm
iiroxcments, -with 2-Mory btlc Htaole.No.
130 11th st. !. , price 1 50,
?2i I2tli rt. n. v Houe and Lot, 29lj by 1W ff-et, at
fanuoj terms to suit.
Very fino Tarm, about 7 miles from city, under
AIfo otter farms nnd land.
fclx Beantlfiil Lots on M street, west of Connect
icut nvenue, 21 feet each, at (W cfnti.
Three Biflldlni Lots near sotliand 1 sts, n. w., at
73 cents; 20XS4.
Alto ten Beautiful Building Lottn Georccton,
ovettJooklnji WaMilnitton city, on P street.
Very tUf-lrnbip bnlldlnK loti coniprlslna n who!
front, commanding a beautiful view of the whole
Hoiin,Ix)t9 and Farms tonell and Vacant U )3ns
l J BUTP1TENA nOQHIW
EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOS. E. WAGOAMAN, 017 F Etreet.
(Ctanges made Wednesdays and Saturdays),
THUEE-STOIW BRICK AND
UOUSKS l'OIl SALE.
IWColumUastn v, moJlm, Srs 5 1.030
xMfitn w, mod lm, itrs -. .... .. 3.VM
tiry fon st, moa im. n w, iu rs -j,&w
t7N ht.7rs, n mocllm - 3.ZM
Kill and lGtli, I and K, btablc 1 "W
VAt Columbia st, mod im, 8 run w 3,000
M? 6th st nw, mod Im,9r "2,00$
(25, f J7 10th fX n o.mod Im," ra (ach - ... ifin
4i'S C n s w, mod lm, 8 m . . -.Ofi')
8.I"25tK6t n w.mod lui,9n.. - 1,503
TWaSTORY imiCK AXD FI'JUIE HOUSES
218,C0I)olne ni, f h,5 rs each , 5I.1M
JOttLfct.l h.Srs.nw 1.000
Jfi. ltfllrown'H Court, atcr,blItr each. . I,f)0
130S 4th Ft, f h.5 is, n n 1,000
12JI Id aq u e. f ii,& rs .... l.ooj
l.UiBt.bttO and JIse,4 -,. etc
KM and 17C2 T st n v. f h. 6 rs each ftio
411 1 tt n w, f h, -I rs - 913
loos nnd If.io 4th M n w, b U, (I rs . MO
720 L st 8 C, b h, C rs. - 60
UNI1IPIIOVED PROPERTY FOR SALS.
Ij -t, bet Conn ave and Uth st n w .. s.c
lonroe ft, bit HHh and 17th n , ..0-
Sft.bttN Jiampavennd l&thKt n w ........Mc
Orfpon ft. bet N 1 lamp nvo and 15th tt n w We
W st, bi 1 10th and Roundary n u ,...,..... "0c
F frtf bet 6th and tutt n w . 53c
Xj m, bet C0t h and 21st n w ...0c
ifth f-t, K nnd Ij n w , n Wo
5i U st. bot X and Onw . H Wc
N tt, bet 41 li and 5tli n w.... -., .... Ka
HOUSES FOR RENT.
I -tic K st n w, mod Ira, It rs - 1M w
l.;2 and 1326 JtlKg st n w, mod Im 7 rs. 1$ CO
44 c at n w, mod lm, s ra .............. 39 oo
701 Ilttno ruodlm.Crs 25 0)
s C Ft n e, mod im, s j- - 00
2117 SI st n w mod im. 10 rs.....i,........... 2t 00
iba 12th stn w.mod iin.Cra 31 00
75 lt, Georgetown, mod lm,7rs 30 00
2O20 9th Ft n w, mod im, 0 rs... ifi 00
iCOECapt Rt,posMay l.modlm H 10 00
Ifaikct hpace, tooin 0 $ 5 00
f-.-u jr st, rocm u
Room P ,
Room 1, ( V Ttli st
Cunton iiulMlnfi, rs2 and 4
In Siima to suit at 6 per cent.
OnThnrr.dnv.20th nf AnrlLat
, 2 0J
. 20 00
. J2 00
i o'clock, unim-
proved property on O stieet, between Fifth and
. Tho above is only a small portion ot property on
my books. For full list call at ofllcejor bulletin
ivmfri nnlctanrt lAth
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
New Law and Miscellaneous Books
Morawetzou Private Corporations; fl.
Ntnouler on Jlusbandnnd WHe; (u.
Dlcestof Fire Insurance Deei"-toiw,2vols.; $S W.
ivitr on jniuiicy hdu i.overiuie, -a eauion; ?d.jv,
l lie Freres.by mth. Alexander; I,
Prude nee, by Lucy C. Lilllc; 00c.
.noney JiaKinff lor jaaies; uuc.
J'hjFical Education, by Otwold; V
TheRralnund Its Functions. by J. Luys 1.50.
IILstoryof Ancient Egypt, 2 ok. by Prof. Raw
hclence and Culture by Prof. Huxley; fl.W.
The Iatgst btock of Dtatlonery In box e- In tho
C"J W. H. MORRISON,
Law Bookseller and Stationer,
npl4 475 Penna. ave. n.w.
Marcus 'Wn,rdB. Pramr's. DeLarue's. and other
makes; the finest selection In town. 100 Rrlstol
Roard Cards Printed from Plate for tt.
Foreign Newspapers, Magazines andPeilodlcals
J. D. FREE S, Jr.,
Y STREET, Opposite Ebbitt House,
anil Fourteenth Bt. and Penn. avenue. mr3
DECKER & CO.,
1111 PHTRECT SOUTHWEST.
BOOICS &c STft-TIOIsrER"Sr
B24 HKVIHJTU bTHEIlT N. W. mrii
WOOD AND COAL.
J. M WHEATLEY,
Wholesale andllctatl Dealer In
Dost Qualities Anthracite and
Bituminous Coal, Pino, Oak
and Hickory Wood.
Builders' and Contractors'Supplles
Sole Agent fortho Nowborer, N. Y.,
Plaster, and the Cumberland,
Md,, Hydraullo Cement.
Talr Trices and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
OFFICE AND YARD,
for. I ml. Ac, tjecondniul U aU. N. W.
" STEPHENSON & BRO.,
Coal and Kindling Wood,
DEPOT AND MILL, Seventh Bt. Wbarf,
Office, B. K. corner Twelfth tit. and I'a. ave. n. w
jyiv-Telephone Connection. nolS
R, F. HARVEY, UNDERTAKER,
1)31 SEVENTH ST. NORTHWEST,
Formerly 1)34 r street Northwest.
The public 1. respectfully notified that I am no
lenirer at b-U V street, but 821 rJeventh street north
wet. Make no mistake. K. K. IIAKVKV
PILES! PILES! PILES!
A Hiiro t'uio roimil at I.HNt! No Oue
AHure Oure tor Blind, Bleeding, Itching,
aud Clcciatod Tiles baa been discovered bjr
Pr. William (an Indian lemcdy), called Dr.
William's Indian Ointment. A single box lias
cured tlio worst chronic cases ot 'J5 or SO years'
standing. No one need surlor lira minutes
Btterajiplylng thlswondcrful soothing inedt
clue. Lotion?, Instruments and electuaries do
more liaira than good, William's ointment
absorbs tho tumors, allays the Intense Itching
(particularly at night alter getting warm In
bed), acts as a iioultlce, gltos lusuint and pain,
less icllef, and Is jrepaiod only tor TUos, I tali,
lug of the jilate purts, and for nothing else.
Head whatthollon. J.M.Coflliiborry.ot Clove,
land, says about Dr. William's Indian Tile
Ointment "I havo usodscoies ot Tile Oures,
and It affords me rleasuie to say that; I have
uovcr touud anything which gave me such Inv
mi dlato aud permanent relief as Dr. William's
Indian Tile Ointment."
Forsalo by all druggists or mailed on receipt
ol price, tl.oo.
1IKNIIV & CO., I'rop're,
BTOTT k cnOMWELL, 4BO Pennsylvania
M ciiuc, Washington, D, General Ageuu.
Advertisement of Thrw lines tinder this h&a4
Inner! est 3 times for 23 cents.
ju Duy winoowtsiori-o or roi
bii Klndowa. thrt-o or fimr nrettr fumliltPd
- . ',.,. r ::t"i ..';' :."." ' .
ur Dili i rni" ii ui nniiii"; rmiii private lAinity
f unrnrniitrt room! rmniin
uir iillZbhlxt i street-north t -it.
17011 BENT-FlVE-llOOM B1UCK llOVR.
1 liintce location, near to unv ot tbe Jpurt
jntitrt, ?i &14 Tenth i-trtet ronihwMt inpiire
alTCu. njlPennsylVftiilftDvemiP, priellO.
17on nistT-roii t.iuiit iiousrkkepijth
two or three nnlnrnlshrd room, seconl
IKH.T, ft It Huso nf parlor to gentleman and wlfo.
or two ladlM.wlth retVrenor, low rent; cars pivi
the door, win p st. WeVt Washlnnton aol7
170BBENT-A SttALT.FOUn-nODM HOUSE,
JJ ttunt aid back yard, water on the premises,
rent ') a month, In artvanoe; alto havo a lot of
pccondhand brlclc that I will sell cheap. Inquire
T70U HAtr. -AT A HAUnA3K-tmtCK
i1 ho.ibe yil I f-t n v brick lionne,, KwPgtnw,
lirfrlr hnnA. tilt H. (1. fvvrt N p.:
hrlck fi.ni! frnmn
htwealM allnartsof the city.
ice v u
J. a, bwormstolt,
an 1 a fit
FOR RENT Rooms.
privnle ramllv. to al&ilv In DcDnrtment: U
Miet. between Flfteonth And Hlxteenth streets
rOTttmestAddretM Delta, Critic otllee. ydJ-lt
T7on rtKNT a Ninn vkont noo
Ju Routhrrh rronlinlth hoard for two person.
Inquire W3 lt n im
I70R 11KXT-TWO COMMUNICATING FURy
nlfshnl room, Uh or xvlthont board; als-i
tront roomtt n moiltrato price at 723 Eleventh
MrftnoTtrnwt. tfiil Utt
IrORHALE. RENT OR EXCIIANOK FOR
? CITY ritOl'ERTY.-A Reautlfal Farm of
tnonly acres on Scotch Cov. C'lHsaponke Iiy,
within 'j mllo of Southern Iaryland Hall road.
1 me bathlrp. best oyster and llsh: 10 m.nutw
drlvpfroni I'olnt Lookout; plenty of fruit, with
fnrmlrg ntenMH, boats and stock noi4 of 11
room, with cplcnrtld rlowrr carden and grape
nrburF; healthiest location In thobtate. Apply to
Wm.Ai Yatts, Ferry Ilul'didg, cor. 9th nnd Pa.
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
Domchtle, V ami V Willcox and Glbb.
1 low o, etc., T2. W per month. Wm, fctiebellns, 1717
l'Piira rvp. npll
FOR SALE Houses.
HALE MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE-WE
mean lmiln9 tho owner coins West. No.
M3orth Capitol street,
rmcamtoi Mreec, inrecsiory oncEiront
lioiife, lot l&xiooto 10-footulle; 2(.00casti; rents
forJJOO per 3 ear.
Uanenliowcr A, toon, 1212 F tt.
"I3EAL K8TATB FOR SALE CHEAP.
Wilt ten proposals for the purchase of the re
malnlns real estate of the Freedman's SnInsri
nndTniCCompAiiy,nr any portion thereof.wlll
bereceUed at the onice ottlio nndersltjned, thfl
Commissioner of raid Company, No. 1517 Penna.
avenue, until further notice. .
hrhedules of said proiertv may ha obtained on
application at aid ofllce.
JUU.1I dill JV.AW.V.
Cominl.!toner y H. and T (l-.
FOR SALE Lois.
. -VX WWVWWVWWV -x
17OR HALK-ON FOLLOWING TERMS: I0
" cah and J monthly: twenty beautiful
Lulldmclots, at 5180 each, situated on Eleventh
Ftrcet, between M and O street, and on O street
noitheabt; one block north of Lincoln Park and
three blocks lrom East Capitol fctrect cars lotion
prade; water, cas and sewerage. J. V. hTARR,
1 New York avenno.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
17OR SALE-TOP WAOON AND 8ET Or
1 harness, lu pood condition, for Kale cheap;
price $50. Apply at M hjxth .sL n, w. apt? 3t
1 ONE LUTHER SQUARE TIANO.
Rich Rosewood Case, caned lefts and lyrej fnllv
warranted in evei-y respect; will be sold far 140
Dii easy monthly payments.
oplS-Ct I . ll. hmlth, 1103
ONE PRINCE MELODEON,
lle octave, handsome Roscwool Case, and tn
perfect ttrder mu'-tcallj; will be sold for tl on
caty payments. Fp. Smith, 1103 Penna. arc
XTIOR SALE A SMALL FARM ON HOOD
l? hope hill; flveacren; for sale cheap; on long
lime. Address A. 11., Critic ofllce.
IJtOIl HALTLOTSON I STREET, lHTrWEEN
? tMda.idSttlistsnw; lots In sqiwro 1070: very
rhe np: 'lot on (J fit, near 2d st ttwx lot on 13th st
above U itnii; lots cor 13th and s sts n v. J. S.
Swormitf dt, RM F st. . opisct
IJIOll HALE VARM IN MONTOOMURY
County, Md.: Farm In rrlnco Ueori?o's
county, Mil. J.H. Hv, onn?tcflt.9is rwtn v. nplj-Ct
ITIOlt HALU - SKVIinAL DESIRAMLi:
? building lots Btlll fur wile on reasonable tei m?
Inlljntt'n addition to Hyattsvlllc, Mil. Call or
midribs cither C. C. lljiiltorM. L. Ltttl'rleld,
lj atts Hie. Md npliCt
GARRIAOES. CAltRIAGES. CARRIAaiW.
TlieclieaDest place In the city to buy New
and hecond hand Carriages ami RueKies ot all
kinds. T. I). HCllMIDr'M,
ap-l-3mo No. 40 JKNN. AVH.
I" JIOR SALB-U FINE HOItSISi 1 SUITAllLB
leracart: wlllsellcheap. Call at tbe Alder.
ney Dairy Depot, 414Tlitrd street n. w. dcifttl
CAltKIAGES, WAGONS. ItL'GOIlSS.
A variety of New aud Second-hand Carrlascs
and Hugeles. Xjirgit btock of Varnished Wag.
ons in tbe District. One Fine Box Wagon. One
of S. N.Brown's Trade Wagons. Spring Wagons
of all sites. All of the above at very lowest prices.
JAMl'X K. l-ROBEY, Repository, int Thirty-
s(K:ona (Jltgn streeij. factory, ikw rrospeci
avenue, AVest Washington. le!7
ITtOIl EXCIIANOll-KOR LAND UNINCUM.
) bcud.a half Interest of which will give con
trol hi ono of the most valuable patents lu tho
Uultid States. Address Bureau of Ktcuange,
room 27, Second National Bank building, 7th st..
above K. apt
"VXr-ANTED To exchange new stoves for old
VV ones Rt Butler's htove Kxcbange, cor. 6th
and K. Smokey chimneys cured or no pay. Staves
exchanged for groceries. Old stoves bought, fe27
WANT11D-TO ME11T A CIENTLRSIAN Ol'
small capital, who Is dcMrous of Investing
In a profitable nrst-class business. Address T. 1.
rltlc olllce. with full address. aiil7-ai
Money In any sum at low rates of Interest.
II. II. WAHNllll,
npJMt !I18F St. II. w.
TirANTi:D-w,ooo you TUBER YIUIW
TV at mx per cent, on good real estate t.
curlly. AddrehS Jones, Critic olUee.
ANTED-TO BUV LAND b(JRU
Additional Homestead Claims,
Valentine Hcnp, . . , .
Bounty Lund Wariautx.&c,
All of tho above Land JScrlPH for hale. Addnwn
or call on W, U. Hill, room li.bt. Cloud Bulidtua;,
WabhlnBton, D.C. rurlUia
I" P YOU WANT TO BUY, BELL, BENT. OH
Trade City or Country Property, rome and see
the great bargains at WILLIAM Jl. MAIN A
JiypniEU'H, W.Charleaiiotel, corner Third, at,
LOST AND FOUND,
rnWENTY DOLLAUH HKWAHD.-LOST,
X March 19, noon, at Ht. JoIiu'h Cluircu, u Mltlu
dutk-lctfKtd bkye 'lerrier, about six poundi
wilflit; ilaxeti'head of silky hair, blue baik, el
low underiieutltwhole length; legH jelluw: short
(urlytall. Any peruon niurnliu "lm to incur
gUlng Information where he can ho found, will
retfle, with his return, twenty dollar, and no
qu ratio it finked ami no tiouble given. Call on or
address Mrw. Dr. Wallls, 158 I ht n w. apl5-3i
"I OST-A LARUE BltOWN NEW l'OU.SD
.1 J land dot?: tstra ed auav on Wedtiendav tven
iiiglast. A suitable reward will he paid for his
return to No, lb.il O st u w.
1 OST-riUDAY MOUNIN'U ABOUT EKIIIT
Jj o'clock, the Uth lust, In front ofthedrujf
More on uoith hide of Penna uveJet 4tnndmu
sts, a email hluck 1'hj slclan'a Bk'Tijo Book: alu
Able only to the owner, Dr H. Jt. Ciewiflwlllbe
tald lor return of tht hook to 150 6th st b w. or to
the Critic oltlre. apU ''t
DANFORTH HAS MADK THOUSANDS
of Homes pleasant with his Light and Htove.
Htarttd hundreds on their way to fortune. Belling
bis goods. LIGHTING and COOKING, , No
chimney, Ick, kindling, ashes, nor aste. Light
ed In ono uiluute; put out lu one second. Hmall
capital Jmistid im oooos, which will sell from:)
to sou per cent, profit. Aciuml NbcicssiTiKs,
Kourtetnjears'succi'sslii every aseney opened.
Ititrullons perflated. I'atetits Usued. Ktperl
meutstltiUhed. Slaiiufaciuriiiis rmmenced aud
sales dally Increasing witti Mr. Il.'s mcum, abll.
Ity and advice to old everyone who helps himself.
Willing to sell rights. 1 prefer to sell gwods at
close prices for cash; give control of toiwl.and
fiel that I hae a dh eel Interest lu every a-teney.
riuiiOtrili'.Kiipf 1rIH,ii luve no reinlianls.
cay. iio shrinkage. KiurgelTcally pushed, suo-
ctbssuic. Golddollars do not wane luto ones
rmlii. ',itlf I'lhui'. the word.' II mv busl-
uess dot-a not show success, don't iuvest.
Mr, Jianlorth Is at bis desk from l to p. m.
assures you of courteous attention. I'laln state
ments backed by salts. aud uoodwll of all who
purchase. 1 can use W0 Kood men. who have
fromtJOOtoUouolucashtu ihvuit ik ojious.to
take charge cf Ilrancb Agencies, lu dltlereut
htates. Coineandsee me. or send for circulars,
IiAM'OltTII ll list. n. w Oally l"ost lialldlng,
Washliigton, I'. O. ll
HATS AND UMBRELLAS.
HanDfaeturer and Rerulrer el
SUN UMURELLA8 & PARASOLS,
apUVg 01 D slrttv northwest.
eJrrrfNcMrifj Hitdtr thehend of'Silinttoni
trcnlrd" (i-ii7 -'Help iranW vill hfrMfler
he inftrted tn Tun EvcNlMO Critic thtet
ImmFKrE. IVe mute our frltniU tehhing
tilualiw or Mp to traiJ theMHlirt of lhi
fifrr. Ar.rtrcri iliiectrt in cart nf CrttTIo
crfwrdri)ict' 1ree 'iiiM II ree times for 2", rlt.
T7-ANTED-A WOMAN TO lOOK.WABIt
and Iron. Apply m 411 Klntb street unrin.
A-lTANTEIl-A WOSTAH AS KI1WTCI, Si
V cook, v.AheraiHl Ironer for Amalt faaillrt
copil reference required. Adilrcs. Hnni'-jer,
CTItic oillte. npnit
WASTim-A (toon lor.onKi) woAtivii
as Militant coon m a restaurant. 3i Nlntli
Elrc-it nortliweit. apt" 1c
rirANTr.D-A good cooit to ao into
T tne countrjri mint htlnu bt eltr rcconi
nifn!AlIonn. Apply ntlfil ltooile Island nvemie
northwest, between 'lneitih andTlilrteentti.
-TTT-ANTnD-A l'lRS CLASS cotlli AM) V
,V yonnB ninn lor laundry work: also a
woman wno llmiersianas tier mistnoll ns chief
laundress: must be n cood Ironcr,
i iiiriteuiu sirpci iioriiiwe!
"TT7 ANTED - IMMEDIATELY - PilWT-
YV clflia walt hanas nlo," skirt trimmer
come ready for work. 7tol7thst n w. Mine. r-
nrTTANTED-A WOMAN TO DO OKNCltAT.
V housework, not hard; must havo a room
eltewhen; ltferenccs required.
Call at 1117 Nst
TrANTKD-A WOMAN TO DO COOKINO
TV and Renfral housewnrkinaramlly olthrfc;
wagts (f; references reqjlrt-el. Apply at 317 Del
ave n e. apn
WANTED-AT loll O 8TREKT, WHITE
woman to cook and do chamcrwork;
WANTED-A OOOI, REMARLE COLORED
woman Jor general housework; one that
will stay at nights; twu in family. No. 113 lists
WANTED A OOOD MILLINER: NONE
other need apply; steady work and good
rav. Apply to Mrs. King. 020 7th et. npl4-tt
WANTED-IMMEDTATELY- AT 33 iZXHS.
ave, a girl to work on custom coats; must
be a good one or need not apply, AdiraM R.
WANTED THREE WOMEtf "wiTII
good references, to wash and iron and
scrub at Industrial Home school, Georgetown;
High strrpt. bevnrd o meterv. npl ;
WANTED Help Male.
WANTED TWO OOOD WOODCUOPIMUIS,
white men, to go to Maryland to clear
light timber land; steady work and good wage.
Apply to (J, W. Palmer. 2inl R street northwest,
from 1 to 4 p. in., until Trlday, April 21. apl7-tt
"T7"ANTED I MM
V rapcr, hanger.
:mmeptately, a oodd
!pr. John 1 f?l:irlf. 7n IM
Klngstrt-et, 'Alexandria, Va. apl7
WANTED -IMMEDIATELY. A FIRST
clai mechanical draughtsman on patent
drawings. Apply at room No. s, 519 feecntli
"TirANTBD FIVE SMART ROYS, 10 TO 18
V vearsold; salary ftnin $t to ?3 per week.
CaH with reference at (ill) O st. am
TT7"ANTEI-A ROY TO RUN ERRANDS IN
V tailor store. 481 Pa ave. up stnlcs. anH
WANTED Situations Female.
WANTED I)Y A COMPETINT WOMAN,
asltuatlonto sewer travel wltbaUdyas
companion In some way, or wmld like to net as
coplstf Address Miss E. L.. Crl 1 1 coin ec ap!7
WANTED-A LADY OP REFINEMENT,
speaking German aud English, wants a
position as housekeeper In hotel In the city, nr ta
go away for the summer: can furnish best of ref
ticnce. Call at 719 Bin st n v. Nn cards. ,ftTd7
TO-ANTED-A WHITE WOMAN WANK A
1 t piacoioass
boue ov the dav.
nlaco to assist In honsew nrk nr would rlcati
boue by the day. Address Mrs. L, Dillon, south-
w est corner Eighth and A sts. a. c
-T7"ANTED-BY A RESPECTABLi; COL.
VV ored girl, a situation as chambermaid or
to do general housework.
Address lArze Byrd.
i ."j .a hi nw:
WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY, A MT
uatlou to tench small children nnd do plain
sewing; willing to travel. Address Myrtle, this
ofllce, stating full particulars. apl7
-TTT-ANTED-KITl'ATION IlY AN HONEiT
Y V respectable colored girl t". do geucrul house-
werk; cook wash nnd Iron. Address Cedar btreet
Alley, bet. 13thand 14tliHnnd Tsts. apis
WANTKD-11Y A YOUNG LADY, A KtTU
atlou to tench small children nnd to do
plain Kwlng; would like to travel for tho sum
mer. Addiess lu. l'ostoflleo box 10, tlordonsvllle,
Vn., staling full particulars. apn
TTTANIED-R' AYOT.NQ OIRL, A MilUB
T V as chambermaid or genural housew ork lu
a small family. Address M. A ., Critic olllce. np 1 1
NTED-BV A ItiyPEtTAULi; UUU
mnn irlrl. n. nlft"i tn (In ir-nnral hiiii-fu,Ark'
Jn ftemaJI Irtinliy; iMnilllnHnd obliging; bf-jt of
icfcrenccslf required, Alire8 Llzzlobmlth.niv
"TO" ANTED - A COMPETENT I)RE-S-T
maker ould Itko a few more enjigre-
nun. by the tlay or week, or hfwjn of any
kind; terms reasonable. Address l 31., Crlliu
WANTED-11Y A WHITE LADY, A TLACE
ns cook, rusher and Ironer In a private
family. Address E. H.. Critic oillc, apU
UTASTIID-A LADY Ol1 IlEriNEaiENT
it dtblresn position na housekeeper or chareo
of linen rgom for a hotel
Address Jl. E.( Critic
TT ANTED BV A ltESrECTAIJLE WJltTE
YV efrJ.aKltuatlon'ai nurse or chambermaid
in a pri ate iamlly; la willing to travel. Call at
110 stn w. apn
TTT-ANTED A BI1UATIOX TO COOIC,
YV. ash and Iron; not general housework.
Address E. J., Critic oflice. apn
WANTED-BV TWO COI-OUED WOMEN
placts to cook, wash and Iron, etc. Applv
attrjROftt n w.
WANTED Situations Male.
WANTED-EMTLOYBIENT AH AN ASIAN.
ucnsltj for w nolo or mrtot the daj! fully
Baiury mout'raiu. Auutt'oH i uuiu,
YOITNH MAN. A HITU.
at Ion in au architect's, paten; daughU
man or patent lawyer's oHlcc;cuu write a goad
bam! and has had fifteen months' experlencelu
an architect's oiilcc; the best references given.
Addicwt D. P.. Critic onice, ap!7
YY Fniltb, i. situation on
spring wagons or
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN WHO
bus served three-and-a-half cars at the
carpenttr tiade.aplatuto servo one jtar under
Instructions wUU a carpenter or cabinet maker.
Addnfes 1'. R.M., j.tl.w.VtJlrc an,s
WANTED-BY A YOUNG COLORED MAN,
a plluation as waiter; can give icftrenco.
Addrriw Cjjt'rltlc otllee. upl5
TfTANTED-BY AN ACTIVE BOV OP IB,
TT wllllnc to work, a situation to learn book
binding. Address D.L. P., Critic ofllce. npll
TO-ANTED-BY A YOL'NCI 3IAN, A PLACE
TV as a laborer or mehseiiger lu the lloveru
incut Printing Ofllre or auynl tho Department,
lor which he will givo W. Address J, P. V., Critic
WAXTEDAN i:XPERIENCED DOl II LB
entry bookkeeper, dehlres asituatlon with a
im.taMlle 11 rm: good city reJeu-ncia. Addrett
Trial Balance. Critic oIIIcm. anuat
WANTLDWASH1N TO DO; riRST
tlaita work clone. Ajmly vis 6th t n w.
WANTEI-TWO B1C VCLI2S, ONE FIPPY
iiuh, and ono fortyetght Inch. Address
Rider. Critic unite, staling condition and lowest
rtmh price. ,, aplS-Jt
ANTEDTJIK LADIE TO KNOW THAT
airs. uaircu, ro. tuiiu ei nw, wtuuavtt
her nnenlinf of tnrln stvles ot millinery and
ilressts on wtdnesday next. April ll. up!5
WANTKn-LAIIIIl CAN FIND KKL1'
mid principals of schools teachers froo of
charge. Apply aldlS heventh stnet uorth est,
loom lO.setond lloor. apld
WANTI1D-A YOUNG LADY Ol' UKVINK- '
incnt aud culture Is viry desirous or ob.
laliilna- a lew niinlls lu renth: would call at
u prelim",. "- . ,, vf ."
AUUIUH u,.,.v, ...v.
ANTUH-A Y0l'NGMALTi:Si: KITTUN'I
VV Hintnulirell tan boseeu aud mice. Ad
dun Hot Dimples, I'rltlo olllce. - apl3-Jt
XXrANTllil-AGKNIU ADIIltlJJS D. Al-
i.k Ion.. I'o., lit West Jlaltiiiore street,
Jlaltlmore, Md. V. W. llttne. ajUJ-dt
-ITT-ANTKIl-UTO KNOW WHUltll TO Oil
V to save money on the higher grades of
whool bouks. Viench, Latin. Greek, (leruiau,
bptnlsli and ltalluu at half nrlce. Jloolc l-j
ihainre No. ISL'tHdht 1". t' Mi rrv. aulu-nt
tlOVl NNA. AVI!
J5 Mn.tdV,St llr.wKfbo.rill wellmrnlshea
looms, fri to 10 pir Heek, Ironslrnt. f I.W er dayi
tiruisiifcullfjiullles, wlia. "0WAltl,'Si',ri
JK-ITKR8 W1UTTKN ON ANY BU1WUOT,
Jiltviitl. "rtefti drawn, collections made,
- , ."' U a lunii wArrantaand natenta. JM
KSKStr d" ect'urei pZSf it ortesl notlej
ViTiT.ir,... rnHdentlal. MJIM. a, A. ul
WAN, 813 lith ureet . w.
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