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Tins WASHINGTON (MUTl( FRIDAY I3V12NINO, SEPTEMBER 18, 1885.
V: I i WASHINGTON OIUTIO J'Mithtil Daily, Sundays Jktetptnl nr The EvcnlngCritlcPublishlnr; Company II A 1. 1. Ill' KII.IIOUIIN, President, IV. SCOTT lOWlllls, Treasurer. It. II. .SVI.VESIEII, .Sccrntitrj. OXIUoo, 3STo. Otl 13 Sbaroob PoST llUIlIU.VO, 1VAS1IIMITON, l. C. Tho Critic Tolophono Call Is 111-2. TllltMSi MngloCopy 'JOnts Iiycnrrkr 30 CVntu Ilr Mull. postage tHil.I, ono j oar SI.Si) lly Mull, sstgo uld, six months a.tw Mall Subscriptions Invnrl ibly In advance. Addrcs tiii: Washington cm-no, Washington, l. O. JtlCH.VItl) II. "sVI.Vi:sii:it, lMllnr. WASHINGTON, 1). C, SIU'T. 18, 1881 A I.I. IJI'IIIT AT AlHIINl'A. AVlmlcvcr illlHculty tlioto mny have liecn nliout the postiuusliTslilp ut An gustn, Ml'., nml llic whole fitiostlttn has Ijclii unduly magnified, It is at Inst nml-t-nlily nml honorably nettled. It will be remembered (lint IMItor 2Ii)rtonvvns the foremost iippllciut for Uio place, nml the choice of the leading Democrat of the State; but It was ob Jectidto him In certain quarters that in Ids 7cnl for tho elecllon of Mr. Cleve Innd he had allowed himself to drift into the scurrilous mode of warfare initiated early In the campaign by the Mends of Mr. Maine. These objections proceeded, of course, fiom parties who litul no moral Interest in tho matter, ljut rather desired to encourage the Idea Hint while Colonel Morton was tho mnn of nil others whom the President tilioiild appoint, in view of his effective liollllc.il fer lets, lie was the man of nil otheis whom the President could not appoint without ecrtous embarrass ment to himself and the probible alienation of many friends whose sup port was worth retaining. How well taken mny have been tho points ngain&t Colonel Morton is not of much consequence, lie is nu earnest nml impulsive man, and when the bat lories of indecent personality were opened upon Mr. Cleveland, it may lmvo occurred to him as It did to ifiiny others, that tho best way to silence llicm would be to icply in the miiio hind of ammunition. This Is human nature, the world over. Hut Mr. Cleveland stoutly protested Tiom the outset that nosiiclirccrlnilna lions should be indulged in lie would not descend to them himself nor did ho desire it on the part of his fiicmls. Consequently he could not allord to imiko nn appointment which even by Implication might be construed as the luwnrd of n couise of action which he had never ceased to condemn. In justlcu to Colonel Morion it should bo Mated that, numerous nnd persistent us his indotscrs wcie, his course lias been marked by dignity and manliness Uiioughout. At no time has he sought to force his claims on the President or made himself obnoxious to the appoint ing powers, lie is Mild to bo ns well MitlHficd, in fact, with tho appointment ofIt. fowler, as though his own name Iind been sent in. The Maine Demo rints generally arc satisfied Tho Pres ident isthoioughly Indicated. If, nt tho same time, It isan apparent concession to tho Itepublican Senators from Maine, that instead of selecting Colonel Morton Mr. Cleveland selected one of Colonel Morton's friends, thoy lire welcome to all tho comfort they can extract from the result. ant. iii-.Miiticifs i:MHAHit.i?si:i. Sir, Hendricks was evidently .in nn uncomfortable position nt the banquet of Mexican Vetcr.1113 In Indianapolis last night. Ho was railed upon to re spond to the toast, "Tho President, tho worthy Magistrate of this great Ho public." Ah tho relations between Mr. Hendricks and tho President are not Hcnernlly supposed to bo of the most affectionate character, whatever tho rial facts of the case may bo, It might ho regarded by .some as not in tho best of taste to assign to htm tho duty of nnswering such a sentiment, but nstho Vice-President of tho country, thero was rcnlly no one who could have been more nppropi lately chosen for that ilnty. Mr. Hendricks apparently did not think so. "Ills embarrassment was quite ovlilcnt," says tho report of tho banquet. Ho made a ten minutes' talk In which ho dwelt upon tho duties of the Chief Maglstiato, tho powers o.er (lecdbyhlni and how ho Is elected. His icninrkHwere somewhat rambling and In the course of them ho only re ferred to Mr. Cleveland personally once, and that icfereneo was a mere mention of his name. Mr. Hendricks, iiH 11 good Democrat, may not have re ceived all he wanted at tho hands of the Administration, but as 11 gentleman of tho old school ho ought to havo been equal oven to an embarrassing oc casion nnd tokm pains to keep his pi Ivnto feelings somew hat further In the background. itnt. liAMi.vi.i, in "inxn:." If Mr. Itandall's version of the story 1jo tho correct ono, tho Southern mag ii.ino which lately published whnt purpoitcd to bo nn elaborato presenta tion of his views on tho larllT, as a con tribution from himself, has been guilty of n fraud on tho public nnd u dis courtesy to Mr. lfnmlnll. Yet the Hick, while admitted to bo dishonorable, is pronounced by some of our contemporaries to bo something now ami eninrt In Journalism, It was certainly not honornblo, and equally true Is It Hint there was neither novelty nor shrewdness about It. AVo lmvo seen In some of the snmo contemporn lies leferrcd to very nblo Interviews that were prepared by their Washing ton coiiespondcnts In tho identical manner that Mir built up its Itamlnll article. Tho able correspondent would lakotho Uoixjicmmuil liicoiil contain ing tho speech of the Member whom ho wished to Intorvlew, ask that speech 101 tain questions and let It answer for Itself. Instead of being a novelty in Mjlelllsn decided antique, but still prnrthul more or lens at cvory somIoii of CongreM. 1 lie only redeeming feature of Iho piencnt cafe Is that the views attributed to the great Pennsylvania protectionist are cxreidlngly ciedilable to him and embody much t lint Is vtlw and whole boiiio on the question at issue What Iho public would now like to know Is, whillier .Mr. ItniidnH'H grievance, con sists merely in being thus paraded be fore tho public without authority, or In bring credited with views on tho tnrlll which ho does not bold, If what tho tiiiignino snys for him Is true, Mr. Knndnll hns tnken a long step forwnrd In revenuo reform. If untrue, ho doubtless reiunlns wedded to his ancient idols. Tin: mugwump of the Mnssaehu sitls variety seems to bo 11 pretty con stant sort of n bird. The City of Cam bridge In that Slate Is where the mug wumps of the "nlmsoii crest" roost the highest nnd most numerously, mid they have met and resolved that they see no lcnnn for regietllng the boiling of tho liopubllcnn ticket last year. As il Is piobable, hctldci), that their altendauco at a itepublican caucus would bo taken ns n Mgn thnl they no longer cared to uphold President Cleveland's wise nnd patriotic ndmluistiiilion, they will ab stain from parly caucuses and continue to vole Independently The mugwump docs not nppenr to be so very much dipgiuutled wilh the Administration in some people would hnve us believe. Tins morning's 1'ost contains n res lepoit of Pilhugh Leo's speech at Winchester, Yn., yestetdny. After paying his respects to Senator Sher man, clinrglng him with having been "a sneak nnd thief," ho extols .tho prosperity of Virginia iron furnaces, and concerning the agricultural Inter ests of the Stale ho says: "As to tho crops, tho wheat Is a failure, thnt being sown under n Ifepiibllcan Admiuislra thin. Tho corn, being planted since Cleveland came in, wosn good crop in mot of tho State." After this specl niin of old Virginia eloquence the ev cuse for Pit I.ee's political cavalry in older to attract tho attention of thu people is perhaps appaicnt. Tin: cable announces that a "Tevan" in London is attracting a good deal of attention by his claim to a telephone invention, which it is said will enable n conersation to lie car ried on between that city nnd New York witli ns much easo and distinctness ns between points only half 0 milo apnrt. "Wo wetc not nwuro Hint Colonel Thomns P. Ochlltieo had gone abroad again. Tin: lamented Jumbo wns not n deli cate animal when there was any food in sight, livery day lie consumed 2W pounds of hoy and s!. or seven bushels of vegetables. To these rations is to bo added the heterogeneous mass of stuff that was poked into Ids trumpet every afternoon nnd evening thnt ho was on exhibition. Hut Jumbo had a great soul In him ns well ns a great .stomach. Tin; question of tho rcpenl of tho sliver coinage net Is gravely, If not very lucidly, discussed by tho London press. The newspapers of thnt city seem to tnke it for granted thnt the law will bo repealed. To these expressions was doubtless due the recent decline in the Loudon silver market. Mil. J. Q. A. Wahii says his stntue of Gnrlleld for the Army of the Cum berland will be ready for unveiling in this city in September next. Wo will thin have enough statues to last us for sometime. The next thing In the memorial lino will be the Grant Memo rial Hridgc. Tjii: Ciiitic has a good opinion of General Pltliugh, but fails to see nny senso in tho cavalry tactics of his present campaign. The "critter com pany," like the bloody shirt, should be iclegiited to the renr. -- Tim I.ntr Noi'Kciiut Alexander. Kin-roil Ciiitic: Tho friends ot temper ance learn of tlio death of Sergeant Alex ander at Soldlirs' Homo with deep regret TlioW. C. T. V found lilm n great help to tlidii In tlio temperance work they estali llshcil nt the Homo two or tlirco vuars ago. Thlswoil. tlio W. C.T. f. were obliged to cense lust fall, hoping to begin again In tlio fpriiiL'. Tlicy hao only liecn waiting tlio coiiijilctloii of thu now fiiilMIng, In which u room will he assigned to them for tho much neidcd and ic-nlly gigantic work be fore them, 'ihey had looked forward to tho nlil of Hergiatit Alexander once more, togi tticr with homo few others who have riiiialnid linn to tlio temperance principles, Obllilon to his faults, peace to his ashes, rest to his soul. V. Washington, Sept. 18. Tin' I'lilneNe Question. JliiiTciii Ciiitic : I lmvo rend jour arttclo In jour Issue of September 10 In refcrenco to tho Chlncso laundries. I am a Hebrew mid do not get my washing dono by thoso heathens, nor neer did, nor never will, while thero Is n washerwoman In this city. I hope 3 on will not treat this matter lightly, as It Is n serious matter to thoso whonio nutlto horn to tho soli and liava to earn tliilrlhhigfnr Ihilrlltllo ones. Washington, Sept. 18. Himo Cones. r.niTon Cm ric: Your caricatures of tho Woman's Lenguu and tlio raid by them on Chine-so laundries was milto amusing; but did 3011 lAer think how much Injury would icsult to our poor working women If thoso laundries w ero not discountenanced ? It Is all ciy pleasant to ridicule tlio League, hut they are right In denouncing thoso heathen laundries as an abomination. Our own people can do nil our laundry work. Sevi:mii-Stiiui:t Meuchant. Washington, September IS. The Th 011 eh I fill Slilltmnn. Cii6toiiier(entcrlngunoxpcctcilly): So, sir, Vo caught jou putting water In tho milk. Jlllkmiui: Yes er no thnt Is, sir, I'm only washing It. You don't s'poso I'm go ing to scro my customers with dhty milk, do jou. Chluigo News. on Tin: Ti11tr.s1101.il. Wlcllo I was slncliiK yesterday, IU111 utli Iho lilais, dear, A llitlu hlnl lurched omhead As If It loiiKcd to huur. I tiled, "Oh, hiril. sing sIiir to mo! IM snnir of mine tun 1 cr hu fco sw 1 1 1 us j our w lid minstrelsy." 'Jl 0 111 tin bird began to slnji At over) note unit sound It fcuncit ns If sininee lUtcncrs came, Ami sofll) slithered round. And Mill (lie bint xnnc loud and 1 lew I shut my eies that 1 might henr 1) 0 lulteshi (liostiuimo world near. And when nt Inst the llul was still lop ned w lilu my e) m, llul all around weio hut tho tree I'lillftliiB to tho skies Tho little bird Is far awuy, llul I lieuentli tlio lilacs stray To Unit sweet world of jesterday CUMi-ir rumlly Magazlno for October. I'lUII'l.i: I.V (IliSIIKAI.. Full (Mm tho initMcn forth will go ThroiiKh aiitiiinn Held to roam, Tiigiillierimrll rnloreil lonves, And l;i-nr them to her homo. Hour utter hour sho'll pick thorn up. I'ntll she wenrj crown, And In her Inn k I hero eomoti a crank, And wind iilpjuil Is lirrnoo. Tlii n she the leue will press tiCtweou Fl he patris of soino hook, Anil at Hum, from that time, henceforth, Will neur tiiknii look Plosion (Mretlo. Statu Tiu:vnint (Iittivis of .Mary land has slarttd for tho fur West 011 11 buffalo hunt. A mtiiiiTr.ii of Senator Teller will enter ns n sludiiit at tha fcuinto collego at Wtlleslej, Jlnss., this fall. C'om!iisman Ilnu.i: of Pennsylvania Is said to 1 0 puliliig his brother, John 1), llojle, for tho Pittsburg Pension Agency. ViMTon. Ami jour funny min Ins com mitted mltliloT IMItor. Yes. V. Pol son f IMItor. No. Cut his Jocular 1I11. lllostnii Courier. It is Aot"cr.iint Alliatiy tliat Senator Kvaits will, under no circumstances, ac cept tho Itcptihllcau tionilii.it tun for (lev ernnr of New York. r,.X-L'O.0lll:fMlN I'.IIW.Mll) IU1011T ot Ni w York dli d at his homo In Vostchostcr on Aednesdaj-. llo wns a Democrat, and siruil In tlio lower House from lstll to ik;:j. II. I). Hown of Atchison, Kan., editor of "A Country Town," recently rctiirnoil frem llurope, and will complete, a new noM.l upon which ho has been en caged. Hit. I'.nos II. Lorn, after long residence In Paris, Is on his waj ueioss Iho Atlantic tiMlsIt his old homo 111 Ohio. Ilo ionics beck, nun Chevalier, nml cotcrcd all over Willi deeorulloiis. 'I in veteran William Warren of Huston ui.il Joe JcfTcrsoii are cousins, and thcie Is a itiinnrniit lliat AVnrren will return to tho stnge for twentj-flvo weeks and play in Jef ferson's Compnnj-. A e 1 nioi mas at Mount Desert Is sild to have iceently closed his prajer by saj'lngi "O I.onl, now that our summer visitors have deparlcd, wilt Thou tike their lilaco In our hearts," Boston Commonwealth. I.oiuiTknm son's latest poem deals with homo rule In Ireland, and ho Is dram itlzlug tho work for Henry Irving. As tho poet's health Is breaking It Is not hnprobiblo that this will bo his last literary composition. Inn boaul bill of rerdlnund Ward In tho I udlow -street Jail Is estimated ut$"Oa week, Including tho wines and rpiall on toast. Now wo sio whero (len einl (Irant's money Is going to, Chicago Journal, Sm Aiitiii'u Sci.uv vs's visit to South ern California has lesulted In suitable pro vision being unulo for tlio maintenance ami education of the six orphan children of his brother, whose wife also had dlid somo mouths ago. Win n lllinarck niiulo tho acfiualntanco of his present doctor ho w as Blek, and pco vlshlj declined to answer questions. "As jou like," said tho doctor; "then send for a veterinary surgeon, ns such practitioners treat their p-ittents without asking them any ouestlons. 'Uio chancellor wus eap tuicil. C C. I.iNonoN has suececded Kills l'he lau as Secretary of State of Alabama, tho latter having resigned. Tho Montgomery sttttcrtim snjsltls a singular coincidence Unit Colonel I.niigdon was born within nlno miles of Wulcrbury, Collin client, and that .Mr. l'helnn resigned his position lu order to novo to Hint city. JCIALMTUES. ; SI'llIMlMAN'S KXl'ItKSS, SOUTH C'APITOI, AMI) II ST1 S. W. Rinvrallriinsfcr Agency. Safes, Machinery and 1'lnto tllas mot lug n fcpeehilty. 1 elt phone. JTI-tf. selO nSF-Hi: NOT IHhCOUItAOni). W hen every other remedy has fullud to euro you try DOOLKY'S AOUi: POWDKKS. Warranted to Cure MIAKlNfl OH DL'MIl ACUli: and all Malarial Dlsen-es I'UItMANCNTI.Y. No Sulphalo Qulnlno. No Arsenic Testimonials Abundant. 1'rlco 5o puekugc. l'or sulo byall Druggists 1' X. DOOI.KY, se10-lm SOI I'cnna. Ave. Southeast. WAS1IIN0T0N, I). C SKIT. U, 1RS5 In obeillenen to n c.ill bv tlm rerniUltit iiuinmrm iiiu ciocKnoiuers 01 1110 ,uiionai Tiiographlo Company, notleo Is hereby glyen tl nt a general moiling of tho stockholders of said iohii nny will bo held at No n.' II sin w. In said 1 lty, on 1'rlduy, the ir.th Inst., at 2 o'cloik p m , to louslder nnd tnko action urin tho nuistlons of vt 115 s and me ins to man uiai turo mid Introduco Into use tho company's iruclilniH, tho ndv Nubility of reinovliu tho prlnilpalonite of thotompiny to Mow York dty, nnd tl.o creation of nn oxccutlto commit tee timet under the geniriil illruetlnn ot the Hoard of Directors, lly order of stockholder. 1, (J IIINI3, tclOe-cdSt President. CIIUAP COAL AND WOOD. Ono of tho largest ami most responsible diulcrstn the city has entered Into contract with the II0CIIIIA1.I: (OOI'DUA'IIVK hO l IfcTY OI" Till: UlHTitlCT 01' C01.UMI1IA to furnish iniinhcrs of tho society with Coal unci Wood from the present to April ao, ISM, Ukiii linns thuinOHt favorablo our heretofore ob tulned by tho society, and at prices much lower than cun bo obtained from any other source. Ki try member should secure tho ad vantages offered. .Members must bo In pin session of the Trndo Card for tho current j ear (good until April 80. lsU) Thoo who havo not already given their orderi for coil nro urged to do so promptly, as ull ordirs mutt be In by September n. Orders cm bo given to tlm following name.1 members, who vvlli givu all needed Information, and who can also lurnlidi Trado lards, cto. Persons who are not members of tho society an beeomo such w Ithout ceremony and at Httlo cost by calling upon any ot tho;o named below, and those doing su before October SM, will bo entitled to tho special advantages of our coil con tract, us well of tho eighty-odd contracts with tradesmen In all branches of business: ,Ionph.M Wilson, 1108td. lives, vv, A T binder, Hon A ht 11. 0. i: (' l'awiitt, SSI) st s. e. .1 V. JleCubo, SM 3.1 st n.o, I. M Aiidrus, 1.110 Columbia st. W A Wllborn, ISllt'Icri'ol'laca. '1 homns I. (Inulncr, Hll Pith st, 11. vt. II. H. Ilrlnkcrlioff, toj) 0, st. 11. w. 1 Vundi ihoef, T1S 11th st. n, w. i:. I,. Mills, us." N. Y. avo. 11. vv. I.. II, Patterson, CW Mass. uvo, 11, vv. A.N Meeker, Mm Ith st. s 0. W. II. Vt'omersloy, ir.'l 11 St. 11. vv. I.. 1'. Hunt, Uio fist, 11. w, J. VV. llnrslia, a II Ft. n. vv. Ily order of tho Hxvcntlvo Committee. J. V. HAIibllA, besretary. nr?Sfr. WALLACH, l2& HllOKEII, Huh removed to lila new store. No. 1U01 1' bTJlKl.T NOltTItVVI'.ST, -Whero bo will ho pleased to see his friends and tho public generally. aniv THIS TArEIl IS lUlINTED With tho BUl'CniOH COITEIt-JIIXED METAL TYPE on tho USOn-SAYINO SYSTEM OF INTEIIJ CIIANaEAULK TYPE UODIE. Jtanufncturcd by JOHN a. 3IEN0EL & CO., TYPE I'OUNDEItS, ELECTIlOTYPEnS, EN ailAVEUS And dealers la raiN'TUuS' SUPPLIES, JOB AND CTLIN DEH PKESbKS AND MACI1I.NKUY. fc'cnd for Estimates. i)l OEIIMAN bTHEET, rialtlnuro. b- I.K1IIT WEIOIIT DIIUIIY HAT, l'or tho enrly fall Trado, SV.M, $1, $1 mid S3. l'AI.L STYLE SILK HATS Now Uendy. srcclnl Attention Invited to Our S6 00DUIWS HATS, li. N. STINEMLT.tS()N, nttlB nn Penna. Avonuo 3p ECONOMY AND SAl'in'Y. l'or Vapor Stovos nannly DANFOltTII'S I'LUII). rortlioIJestWovo buy tho DANPOHTH. DANroUTIU'LOlDCO., Jrl 7o:l Ninth st. 11. vv. ft-THE CEI.llItATED "HESPEIt" llrand, PATENT .MINNEbOTA l'LOUIt. l'or sale only by II. Q.KIIYWOUni, r,2l) Seventh t., Solo Proprietor. iar' WASHINGTON SAI'E DEPOSIT CO., 010 Pcnnn. Avo. Northwost. Tho Comiiany vrlll rent small private s ifcs In Its new I HIE AND IlUltOLAlt-ntOOP VAULTS from $r to SlOtl, according to slzo. Silver Plate nnd articles of value may ho stoied nnd Insured for nny length of tlmu at very reasonable charges. JeUm (VSH-KPPA 11UNT0N ICicy of Virginia. JEl'K CHANI)Li:it of Missouri. 11UNT0N A CIIANDLEIt, Attonioys at-Lnw, Will praitlco In tho Supremo Court of tho United Htntcs, tho Court of Claims, tho courts oflhoDMrlctof Columbia, before the Com mittees of Congress nnd tho Departments. OILcos Nos. U7, US and ilU Corcorun IlulM Ing; JeJ'i tf ff-nBnu: iinsT mkals in the city tK7 ONLY 'J.-, CENTS. Excellent lunch 10 and IB cts. THE (lAItl'IELD DININd ItOOMS, DOS f st. 11. vv. Dooms for rent. Strictly temperance Jei-'l If W. T. CUU.MP. Proprietor. A CAltD. To all w ho nro suffering from tho errors and lntllcrct!nns of youth, nervous vvonknos, early ileeny, los of manhood, Ap I will send nreelio that will euro joiit'ltnuorcilAltdi:. 1 his gnat remedy was discovered by a mis sionary In South America. Send 11 self'ad (lres(tl envelopo to tho Iter. Jos. T. Iiiman Station D, Now York City. FOR flENTnOOMS. Ailio tlttmcntt of TAree I.lnei undtr Ihla html vifi 1 ltd Hint tunc for l!T ecnlt. LI. Wilt) HAVE DOOMS KOIt ItENT 1Y will find It grcutly to their advantage to call anil register same, with full parllcii- ALL WHO WANT ItOOMS Cun suit thcln'elves nnd bo saved tho annoy nnei nnd fntlguo of room hunting byoallliignt THE IIIIIEITOUY 1'OU 1IENTIN0 ItOOMS, St Cloud IlullilliuT, corner Ninth and fsls., lloom 1 1 on'eo open dully from H a, m. to r, p in 1I0HEIIT II. KI.VxELU soir-lt 701l DENT I'ltOM OCTOtlElt 1, fOl'Il J inrtly fumUlied rooms, 1st floor; con Hal locution! nut In advance; ears pas tho door, icfcrencc. Addiess;.M. N. O., Critic ofllco. fclH 'it 1M1 1IENT-A DIMItAllLE an HTOItY ' front loom, fiiiiilslnxl or unfurnished; bath Killolnlng; rrlvnto family; lefirinces ux ihnngcd; centleincii preferred; tcrnu roion able lm I. st 11 w. selS-lt IOll IIENT 1008 11T1I ST N Y. I'Oflt . fiiinl-lxd cmninunleatlng rooms vtllh hot nnd iuld water, liglit, fuel nnd attend nnu: reffiuuisexchiiuod. sets It -1701c i:i:NT-intNisiu:D FitoNruoovi, X on 2d lloor; plcusntly located. utVJSIJtli st 11 w; gentlemen preferred; lofoieiieot nx ehangcil, scts-.lt "ipolt lll.NT-A 'JD STOItY 1'IIONT ItOOM; Jr lo gintlemnn or gentleman and wife; with or without board; rcfeieneos. 710 loth si 11 w. nets It 170U Itl'.NT-PAHIOlt AND DEDltOOM : mid other furnlslie 1 rooms: without bonul; high nnd healthy locality; price reason able, l.lliantlist. Vte't Winhlngton solS-.lt 170H HENT-ai .MASS. AVE. NEAK 71'll J st, large, well fuinl.lipl moms on 1st, '..'1 undsd lloors to rcsponslblo pui ties, without children. clH St "I70H IIENT-SNOimiEIlN LADIES HAVE I1 taken a now hoiio for n term of c.m; vtlll lent rooms with eholco bo.ud, to llrst elasspaitlcs;iefereiiiesoxchanged. lioi 10th st n w. sets-.1t 1?01t lil.'NT-llllAUTIFUL rt'UNISIir.I) ? parlors; also unfurnhheil rooms; ull coin forts; splendid entrul location: also furnished linll loom for gentleman. BUUK'lhst. soIS'lt "170U 1IENT-A DESIIIAIILi: 21) STORY V front room; f mulshed or unfiirnjshod; lath adjoining; rerciencoi; gentlemen pre tcucd; tcims reasonable. 1L-H I, l n w. tulHJl 17011 ItENT 1218 11T1I STN W, A L VltOE JL clieirful front room; nicely fiirnMiod; sullnbleforonoor twogeiitlcmcu; In private lumlly; teimsmoderiile. sol3-.it ' J 70U IIENT AT 8211 1STII ST N W, A DlT llclitful 2d story fiont room, with boird; sullnblofortwo gentlemen Orajoiinginai rial couple. boIS It 17011 lIl'.NT-inaa P ST N W. NICELY furnished rooms for housekeeping (oc cupied by JIi inber's family last season); south fiont; berdlc near. selS-lt 1701T IIENT 112(1 CONN AVE, HAND : somelyfuiiiNhid 2d nnd Sd story 11 out looms, with or without bnnid; reference:). selH-Sl 17011 HEM' SOUTH PKONT DOOMS, . with bourd; 0110 square west of War and Navy Dcpts.; lcfcrcncos exchanged. INI.) 11 st. selS.'H 17011 HENT-HANDSOMELY-l'TIt. PAD . lors and bed-rooms; 11U0 uururnlshed looms, ull comforts; lino location: furnished bull room for genlli man. W) l.'th st. sola It J70It ItENT-'J LAlKIf. SUNNY DOOMS; south front; furnished for light house keeping; &U.W; or would rent unfurnished. 1K"J S st nw. soIBJt 17011 KENT-A IIAltK CIIANCE-WILL J rcnttoprlvnto family, In exchange for board, one large parlor and bed room, con nectliig, with hath; nlso dining room nml kitchen; nil completely furnished. Apply at -If H Cth st n vy solil It -,T, 1,1'Vn ..,, .tIIVTtLitII1, T.t,,,--,. ll'Wlb Jll..t W.1J. I LU..IOIII,,' J 1,1, t. I room: southern oxtiosuro: to a ifoutlo- mull only; references rcijulrid; prleo $7 per ircmlh. 21'l I) st it vv Benin FUII SALfTS. Attrtitttimeitti of Thnt I.tntt uwltr Ml heail (aw ltd Inee llmt furll'i ccntt. 170irKALE-To"f'L(SE AN ESTATE- ' ' A valuable lot 011 south sldo ot (', bo twecn lid and I'ri sts. Tho Improvements! on sltt ot u substantial brli k dw elllng mid brick sliililo This lot liilmr 61 feet front, with that width to uu IS-fool alloy, tan be ditlded Into three flouts mid thrtu good alley lots, and vtlll bo sold eheuploreush, O ('. (IIIIIEN, Solfl Iw 301 7th st 11. w "170U8ALIMlEUTlFULhUllUIlIlANLOI'S J1 snzioo feet, fronting Uladcnsburg Turn pike, In slsht of street tars, .100; SIOM cash, balance $1 per month Neat IS room eottugos built ut lowcwt contract rains; 8 100 cash, balance Inr, years, or monthly pa)inenlslf I referred, THOMAS A. MITCHELL, Jy7 : V st Itooma ft and 0. T70II SALE- X1 Uj AUSTIN P. lillOWN, 1 12H Y st n. VI., 10,000 feet of ground on 10th st. n. w., bet, Scott Circle and It st , and 00 (XX) feet on N. II. ate., l( l. liupcnt Circle and L st Severul first-class 1ijusm, ranging In prlitf from till, HOP to tllio (kki leiotf FOR SALEHOUStS. 37OU SALE-TM O S'iOIlY AND IIAHBMKNT 1 briek dwcllliiL. 7 nKirnH and bulb room. mod Imp, 1st st n e $': two klory brhk ilwellliig, SriKims and bath ns-nn, iihkI Imp, 1st st 11 o, $J,SOO; two story and tMwmoiit brlek dwelling, 7 rooms nnd bath room, all mod Imp, Kill st 11 e, $8,UiO; three story and eellur brlek ilwelllng, 8 rooms and bath room, furnai e anil nil mod imp, II st 11 c, t.'l.Wo Tiler i. Ituther ford. lL'-il I' st n w. HQlHit Wanted Houses. T ANTED - WOIWlTNlNE -110051 l houso In northwest si etlon of city or (.corgi town, rent must bo reasonable Ad ilresii T H. W , Critic Offle e no!7-Ct UANTEI) SMALL HOUSB AND LOT ON T monthly payments Address M S. IL, Crltlo,nice oi7 ;t HONEY TO LOAN. (1 Hll TO WOO TO $10,000, AND LAItOHIt ijpiVUeum on real estate; lowest rates; 1 all now. WJI.l'.HOLTZMAN, Attorney, lijf f st. n. w. ju2JMyr I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD IIEA.L eetsto or collateral security nt lowest rates ot interest. No delay wbeu soourlty Is good, 0.0. UIIEUN, Itoom 1, Jlrcmea's building, cor. 7tn and La, nvo opiatf WANTED IIELP.FEMALE. Ailrtrlitrmmli of 7itte IAhh umttr thltlitail liitnliit Ihift Hint for '1 emit. -lrANTf D-IVMEDIATKI.Y, A WAKHKIl- 11 woman; will iiy well ton tvmnin who l a gcoil vvntnnn, nnd must do work at homo. loll I'm u on w, upntnlr snlS'lt uam'i:h-iiy oc 1 0111 it 1, a MDrrt.iti) 11 vtoiniin us took; must slav at nights; must be will rccoinini uiled. Addloss Jones, ITIIIeOlllei'. sel7-T,t yANTED-A OIIIL l'Olt OENImTCl .'J .. nousowork; two In family. Apply at iM P st, (leorgi tort 11. scli'lt -rANTI'.D-AT ONCE, A (Hill, TO IK) .!.. Ilnt homework Inn mnnll family. Cull ntail I'navc, uiistnlrs, sell It yAM'EI)-A (1001), Iir.I.IAIII.E COli .,'' 'Jlf' HM .'" '' general housework; thpo vv houf lefereni csneed not apply ('nil, after lijrclotJeTJIJtlistjijtr doll) .It -rANTi:i)-A YOUNH LADY, Will) IS A IT good necount.int and vtTltes n fair h 111 1, for 11 new business firm. Addross Cash, Crltlo onieu. sell, 31 VANTEII-A YOUNH WOMAN. EXPEIIP it eneennsniy Writer, Crltlo ofllio eneen ns n lypo-wnicr. Aildross 'I j iw- TOM-Ml' rANTEII-KIO YOl'Nfl LADIES Foil 1? tho illnck Crook Apply nt ford's Ofern Houso slngo entraueo on Thursday, Se pt. 17, at 10 11. in, siilil-lt, rANTED-A (1001) WAIIII'.ltWOMAN; II lccommcndatlons reiulrel. Iinpilro ut 1011 Pa ato (sldo door), bet I and Op. in, solo. It rANTED-A HE1TLED WIIITK WOM VN II for genii ul housework; no w.iihliig C2'i 13th st 11 w. clVlt WANTED HELP--MALE. , Aiho tlKmtnli of Thife Una unthr thli head limrliJ Ihite lime for VScenlt, "r A NT II I )- A YOfN(i"M' Nro"'"ssIsT IT ill night In keeping nsel of hooks; alary $lirweck, Addros II.H. K,, Clltlo O.llce, sol7-3t VANTED-TO WORK IN STOIIE, A II joung mnn wllh somo experience: good refiremi s lequlml. Apply to ill Till st 11 w. , rel" II r ANTED- Of l'ICIJ HOY, NOT Al'KAID 1 1 or work, about 10 years old; goo I ro le inintiiilntloiis. Address Employer, Crltlo oniee. sel I It -t itre 1 tlttmnli of Th inline viuUr thU head v ra led Ihue limit for 23 cent. yANTi:i)-A SITUATION AS ASSISTANT )' bnr-kiepcr; has h id somo experience. Address llnr keipir, Crltlo ofllio. sutstt yANTHD-AHOMi: IX) It AN l'.I.DIIULY 11 hid) who Is willing to make herself uo- fill for her board; references. Address Mrs. D II 1 ennox. City I'iitonieo. sets-it VyAXTED-SITUATTON AS NUIISIl.TlY A 1 joung (lerman woman with osperlciico. Addros Ntiro, Critic Ofllcu. nalT-Sl "lyANTLD-llY A YOHNfl LADY JUST IT fiom I'rnnte, situation ns teacher of French In a rrlvnto family. Addross Jllss It. 1)., Crltlo Ofilcc. solT-'ll V TANTED-1)Y A C0I.0I1E1) MAN A SIT 1 uallon todrlto n uioecrv wairon. Annlv fi, .ell I rntikllti sir, i.t ut. 1T.K yANTED-A POSITION IN HEAL ES- 1 1 Into or law ollloe; understands clcrlcnl duties; small salury. Address F. A. f ., Crltlo cfliec, soI7-'!t rANTi:i)-)Y A YOUNO MAN, S1TUA 11 Hon as clerk in1 salesman: hcstoficfar enecs Address Salesman, Crltlo ollieo. iol7-Jt "lyANTED-A YOUNO 1ADY WITH It bet references) wishes n position us plnno teacher. Addrcs Music, Crltlo olllce. sol7-!!t -y ANTED-EVENINO EMPLOYMENT 1IY 11 n llrst-eliis copjlst. Addross II, erlllo ofllio, sol7-3t yANTED-IIY A YOUNO OEIIMAN, A 1 T situation us 11 book-keeper or assistant; hud some experience. Address llook-kuunor, I rl 1 lu ofllee. sell! 'it YyANTED-HY A SETTLED OEIIMAN 1 vtoinan, a slluatlon as eook. nnd would nlrollkatngct n situation for a girl lTvcirs ofogo. AddicssT,, Clltlo ofllcu. eililt "iyANTEl)-A LADY WISHES EMI'LOY 1 V mint In a store. Address btoi 0, Crltlo OfllCO; SOll .'it yANTED-ltY A WILLI NO COLOdtED IT boy, 11 situation ns di Iter or houso ser- vnnt. Apply nt llll K nt 11 vv. sell-St "yANTED-A SITUATION, 11Y A HU IT spcetiiblo whlto girl, to do chamber- work nnd sevt lug; can glvo references. Ap- ply. ntLHD.M st 11 w. sol I at Vanted Rooms. -1 ANTED-f virNlsifED IIOOV'IiVa IT centlimnn nnd vtlfe, not far distant from Wormlej'H Hotel. Address Itlngold, Irltleolll'n. sel ?-.!t "rAM'I!D-r01t A SKNATOIt. A "dED 11 loom and parlor, near the EtihlttHouic; will 1 ay lent from October 15. Addroii Par lor, Irlllo ofllee. sol7-3t "lyANTED-HY A Y'OUNO MAHIIIEl) l couple, two unfurnished rooms unit boaul In a private family. Address, stating irleound loiutlon, II, L Clltlo ofllee. S017-31 y.NTED-A WELL IT'ltNISIIEU DOOM 1 T lor u slnglo man In strictly prlvnto fuinllj; no bonrdlug-housu keeper nood ap ply Addicss l'nitleular, Crltlo ollieo. sol7-3t yANTED-A SUITE Of DOOMS, SUIT- TT ablo lor hoiuckeeiiiug puriHises, in tlio tenlrnlpiit of tho city. Address Perkins, Crltlo olllin. sultl-.lt "iy ANTED A PAHI.OIt, DED DOOM AND IT bath for a mlddle-nged shulo gentle man: must ho near hoiso ears. Addicss W. I) King, Clltlo ollieo, seltMt y ANTED 3 CONNECTTNO l'L'lt.N'ISHED TT rooms, on 2d lloor, and board, within n few blocks of the Patent Ofllee, for 11 gentle mnn, vtlfe and daughter; terms must he inn I 1 rnto f Address It. K. S Crltlo olllio. K0Kl-.1t rANTED-'JY'OUNQMEN DESIHE AD I lolnlng rooms. In a houso with modern conveniences, in n nloasant nurt of tho eltv: 11 w preferred; will nay liberal If suited. Ail ilnssP. nnd 1) . Crltlo ofllco. H-KI-.lt WANTEp.rMljqELLANEUUSu AdrirtUementt of Thne Lints undtr this head liuiittd thne Hints for 'Clients. TT in.111 who has nice npirtmeuts; refei ences exchanged. Addicss Whitney, Clltlo OflleOj sul7-it yANTED-fUUNITUIti: AND IIA1IY TT Carriages lepnlied and upholsteiud al lowest flgminiiitissj K street uvv. sol'-Ht y? IHTE HitANDY 1011 PEACHES, JOHN I. Mqgiudcr, U17N. V. avo, sol7-','w "yANTED-TO I'.XCIIANOE WESTEUN Tl hind for n house und lot. Address M 1 stem, CrUloonicO; sel7-3t "y ANTED-llOOK-CASi:; OIVE DKSCIHP- T T lion how long used und price, Addrois ilookcnsc, CjrltlootllcO; sul7-.lt yANTED-AN OFFICE DESK; MUST HE IT lieni; tutu price Addioss W. (I . Crltlo ollieo. sollldt "y ANTl'.D-TO Pl'ltCllASEA 0001) FAM IT lly horse; one 11 lady eun drlto Ad dicss HoieMhhjjimee. soPWt "yANTED-A KIND FAMILY TO ADOPT IT n healthy gill baby, (.weeks old. Ad- dli en T hop. Wutklns. Crlllu oflleo, sola .It T1HCE. NO. 4'jo MAINE AVENUE; OAlt J. tcU to clean, mattrussus ruiniile; leuthcrs rcuoiutixl, Telephone cull, Al .1. FPU SALE MISCELLANEOUS. 17011 SALE A STEI.NVVAY PIANO, ONLY i Mi 11 In Use for eight months; must lie old Address Denby Crltlo Ofllcu. sol"-St JJlTll'-COl.MTIV ('II)EII VINEOAH l'Olt J ieklliig John .Mugi iidcr, 1117 Now York an ran hoI7 2tv 70It8AI.E-A LAIIOE STOCIC Of f UltNI 1 lure; can hu bought cheap; also store for refit', 11 first 1 lass business pinto; also looms over store for rout. Apply ut ifel Pit uton w sulV'lt I70II SALIVA 1TNB AND COMPLEIT', I cuttlt to make nnd sell soda water, elo Inrpaitlcular addioss M. W. Noilhroti, (cm .N I live so. sei7.'ll 17011 SALE A 1IA1IE CHANCE-CIIEAP, 1' theilegant uowfurnltiiru of the house No, ISIS II st 11 w; also thu lease until next June; party leavlnif tho city the eausu or sell Ing; cash only. suPlst 17011 SALE-A SMALL DltUO hTOIIIl IN ; tho northern part of tho city; doing a fair buslness.wllh 11 growing trado. Address Druggist, Crltlo olllce. soltl-tlt 17011 SALE-AN EXCELLENT MILCH J1 goat; "fresh;" n good chance for any 0110 gll Ing 11 hut y tho botilo. 71S ulh st a 0. soul 3t F OHSALE- A 12 horso power Englno and boiler Jo20 tf Apply at Crltlo Ollieo. FUI1 EXUHANQE. TX; ANTED-TO EXCHANGE NEW STOVES ' T T for old ones at Uutlcr'i Stove Exchange, corner 6th and K sts. Smoky chimneys curul or no pay. Stoves exchanged for wooerlej. Old stotcs bought. I PERSONAL. 'WMNTHD-Tlli: ADDIIESS Of LADY I T , formerly lit Ing on (Irimt street by per son whom she noticed on Nlnlh street, near D, Thursday nlternooii. Address Arlroim, (rllle oflliO; elH It U ANT1.D-A 0ENT1.EMAN COHIIESPOND ' (lit Address Mls Ni Uio 1), city Pot 'fnee, sulH-iJt flMIE LADY WHO ASKED (IENTLEM N L jesli rilny to mil n In nlle for her corner Mil st nml tho Av 1 nun. will confer n fat or by siiidlnglKrnddrc". If agreeable, to Willi, Uty FostolTicc. ncIH-31 s2'J F,r llL,Yt A STYLISH SILK HAT; OO.iJu small esiciiM's will tell; don't pny Jl fora Derby hat vtheuvoii eiudiinll 1 uio tho nrlli lc for f 3 not In ono shape, hut llll); either black or brown. Milliard, in Ull st. B0lS3t CTI1HTLY PIIIVATE LESSONS, WILL HE fp git in by n joung ladyof csperlenee, lu the English I rum lies. Including lei ter-wrltlug nnd pi mnniihlp, nt their homes, to any per sons vvhnoriirly education may hnvo been liegleeled. Address Mis, L, box 'ill), C'lty P. O. sclTjlt t LADY, STHANOEU IN THE CITY, JY would be pleased to make tho acquaint nine of n middle aged genllemnn who would bou friend. Address Miss LS 11, City P.O. js. yr.v j- son .11- "Pt'lli: SPICES l'Olt PICKLINO, JOHN II. J Miigruder,lllNcwYorkn)enile, seir-2w 'I'O AIIT STUDENTS AND PAIIENT'S-AT I the National Aendcmyof fine Arts, eor Iflh stiiml N Y me, ono can ricclto tho most thorough Instruction In every sttlo of draw Ingnnd painting )enr, of study saved. Mrs. Imogene lloblnon Morrcll, the founder and teacher, has had twelve medals ami studied jitlein tears In Europe with tlm most cole brutid arlists. fartliiilnrnttenlloii toskclih tug from nature, Children' Saturday cl iss, Sli)per)inr. nol7-.1t "iy II. I1.-PLEASE LET All! KNOW II Y II . mail or messenger whon Jou will eomotoseo mo. si)l-.Tt nil. S1 USAN II. Of It. WHITE ME AND I WILL vtrlto to von and exnlaln. soir-81 AIlTIIUIt, 11" OXI10IID-I WILL CALL ITIIDWAT liulf pustl lenu IsolTtJ .)ILIA. N EPEIIIEN( El) ADVEliTTSEIt WILL JY tnko chaign of that lirnneh of Uio busi ness for nnn or two firms: slricllycontlden Hal. AildiessEnterpllso, Crltlo o.lleo. solo 31 AHMSTItON'O. WHAT HAS HKCxJviE Of , you) Please vtrlto to Nelllo D , earo of l rltlo ofllco. (telo-ll yif.L THE WHY IN DItOWN, WHO 1 1 bowed to gentleman hi tho Palais Koval Tuesday afternoon, address T, K. L Crltlo o fill el soil! It The Remington TYPE-WRITER. STAT IONEHY AND SUPPLIES. COPYINOA SPECIALTY. WYCKOIT, SEAMAN'S .t HENEDIiT. . . Corner of bill and f sts. Telcphnno No. XVVJ. soivtf 17011 HAfFLE-STAIt 1II0YCLE, FULL ; nlekil, si-lnch; machine on exhibition nnd tlekcls for sulo nt tho Oasis, a tv cor nth and E sts. solvit HAVE YOUlt CA1IINET PHOTOS TAKEN utf'-i per doen. l.Iegant, vtell-llnlsheil work. Iioofs shown. Caul and mlnetto sl7cs, Slier doren. Theso latos this month onlj-. Sio spcelim 11 ut Lnrdner & Co.'h, Irtr Pennsjltiinlii iiviniic, over Vogt's. sell) tin CIVIL SEHVICE EXAJIINATION. QIIf.3 tlonsnnd annwirsoiinllRilliJeets. Send TEN cents. Ivy Institute, SOU K sts 11 vv. sel-lui yi rANTED-AI.L TO KNOW THAT Dlt. . ,1'.,. 1..m ,l I, n .. n. ... ..... 11 , 11) i,i, , .'., 1 1 nitutu, jivur ii'iiin, minus ue.iuiuui sctsot nriineiai teetii ror s guar nnlecd to glvo full satisfaction: extracting vt lib gns. chloroform or loenl anesthetics, &t) cents; without, at cents; tilling at very low prices. au'll tf T LOYD'S 2.-.0 WASHINGTON EKPIIINS: Xj bnggugo delivered to all puts of tho eltj-, lallroads, steamboats, etc.; furniture care fully removed; son Ingmat bin 0, tj-pe writers, etc., handled witli enre; trunks taken to any paitof tho houso without oxtra i Inirgc; per sons returning to tho elty can loito their ebecksnt nil tier oflleo. Tcleiihono No. 519-1. Olllccs, 100.1 f st n w ti nd ISI I'a at 0 n w. nu.'i) lm iioiiNO. HAW LEV. Proprietor. A: XI IsT 4Illtr M'.. 1 1. 1 ...In..,. M., ...n mwmtm ir m mtmm 1 1 llll I VWUIU I IIUIII. V WiHiIriKilnchint's. U wm want ono hcih! us jinn iiuiiiTj 1 ,j. it 1111 js.piua uu 11 u ut onco. ThoNatlonalUo., 23Dayst, S, Y. IJXCELMOll CLOCK IIEPAIIHNO DEPOT, i No. (loS Pa nvo cast; all orders promptly attended to; all kinds of clocks for sale on monthly or weekly paj incuts, null)2m J. 0. 11 VTES. DOES IT SEEM POSSIIILE TO OCT A tlrst class meal for 2,1 or Ifio, when you could not buy tho crudo materials In tlio in ir kitforSlI Well, sir, tho forsjth Cafe, r.lu loth st, docs servo (100 such meals otcry day. The Caligraph TYYE-WHITINO DEPAUT.VIENT; EXPEUT OI'LKATOHs; second-hand typo-tvritcrs for snle; nil kinds; telephone No. 11J .'. "OAI.I- aiiAi'iioiTHii:,"u!i.i v st. jyai-tf 17 11. YOUNGS, STEAM CA1IPETCLEAN- jl' lngniiiircnovaiingttoiKsifcatlicis ren otatcd, mattresses made over, furntturo steamed nnd moths destroyed. 1122 Pa. nto. Fnctorj', coiner Oth and K sts. s. e. jolb TAMES nilTIIEllI'OItl), DEALER IN FINE tl family (irocerlcs and Provisions; also Wines and Liquor, dud 1) st. 11. w. Spo claltymadeof Pure Alden Fmlt Vinegar. Dli. LEON, THE OLDEST ESTADLISIIHI) and only reliable Ladles' Physician hi tho city, inn bo consulted dallj-, tot O St., bet. 1J4 and (1th st. 11. vv. Prompt treatment. Corre spondence and consultations strictly eonll dentlnl. SepHrato rooms for ladles, Ollieo nlttnysopen. Jot TIATTEItSON STILL SEUVES THOSE EX JL (illent meals for ITicts. Callandtrr. Lo Droit Dining Dooms, 812 f st. n, w. my28 J 14. III. VI .1.,!,, ,UI- Jll.llllli AYl.,nn- grnt er. Plutoaiid ISO v Isltlng cards, 80 cents; BO cards from samo plate, 15 couts; 100 cards printed from plate. 70 coats, T" T l.-T-l.l- tti -in,n iiuxtmi ,,r t-i. LADIES "COMPOUND PILLS OF TANSY" aio perfectly safe and nlways oilectual. Sealed purtlculnis 2o. Wilcox Spoclllo Modi clno Company, l'lilladelplila, Pa. MEDICINE ron DOOS. All Diseases Cured. (1E01I0E WOOI.DIHDaE, oolll Cor. l)ti st. and -Mil. avo. s. w. FOR RENT HOUSES. Adtci Ihcmflits of Three TAntA untler thlt head Insetted thne times for'Xi tents. 17011 IIENT- " "" Cir16th.tN Yuvc, lOrs, ml S-'V) 00 lTl.ll'ft, I.'ih, in I Kl ill 11(0 It I ate, l.'rn, 111 1 Him WW lllh rt His, in I tk)l) VI I iifujcHoSntinrc all .'II UlllKstll w.biH.ml SOOt) 1111 Nil lite, 11 rs, ml 100 IW 1WIH Yate. l-iis, ml 1JJ 00 101 1 i'lst st, 11 rs l.'VOO Matfistst.il rs, ml 0000 l.',-'HJ'jhet, His, nil tftoo 15SUtft)lhst, His tfliio lwi-j nthsi 11 w, 111 in 00 831 lllhstllW, Ills bOOO S.TIM11UII I StKW.IIlS Ill M IMl l'st, lOrs, ml .lino inriitstiivv, fits i5oo THOMAS J. PlHlIEU.teCO., selHtf 13 J 1 1' street northwest. 170U1IENT UMtOOM HOUSE IN OIMIIOE . town, with Hotter and lurgo vegetable garden, nt S-'.ln month to iiieimauent mid nlhiblu tenant. J. Ambler Smith, llilNY nvenuu, solHTt 170U 1IENT- JV lWHlstnw.H rs glii" llMlitfil st 11 w, I) rs, m I ill Hi r.ll Pst n w, lors, 111 I 11 1 Siiruidsl, lJiD11.lt Turk, lors. .. . mini lilo lllh n w.Mrs Wi'il M inlli sin vv, 1 ra , , . . '41 II 'ill Mlislsw, 0 rs . Hit) MM'il fi w. lur potior . , , mint VmiH I'hii tin n, km, ciil lor ,,. , H " 1 ton fl .1 a yt, u m , , , in m anovilisliw, sIoih r mil now iiii nt 11 w. Ull urn am (j st n w. l'r . if.iii ri, in , 1 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1 1111 lUMBhtnpsliio, fits , II I. Apply 10 A, M CAVWOUlf, "''' "t Cor Hh nml K sis 11 w 11 i'i II mi I70II lll'.NT-IOOII I! Wf H VV, 7 IIOOMS; X1 mod luips, Apply ul VII M11I110 avn s tv, lit tlio loiinilrv. Hon tViillii seir.'lt Business Clmncos. U?AN'lT!D--T(HI()mi()W SI.MM foil 1TVE II Jims; inured oil a rami lu Prlnio jleorgo's ('oiinlj, 111 ar Iho III, lib I; liberal lu ll mt will bo piild. Addioss, Loan, Clltlo oflleo seiat WANT ED-A PAIIT.M:il-i.0H0 WILL lll'Y half iuteiist Innnew Intention; can ho lutrndiiiid Into eviry household; nothing like It on the market; profits lurgo. Address I'atintee, Irltlc office. selS-ilt "yANTED-A 1TNANCIAL PMITNEH IIY 11 101 cxpi rlencod builder Those mcinlng bmlness address Iliillder. Crltlo ofllee. sol7-3t "yANTED-T0 DOltltOW 82,000: NO 1 V eommlsilon; good security. Address Security Crltlo ofllcu sel-Ct -yANTEDTHirtTY (30) SHADES ME- V tropulltan Itallroad stock) itute lowest I tire. Addrisj llroker, Crltlo ofllee, soltt-Ct Educational. M: 1'DICAI, PEFAltTMBNT Of THE UNI- VEIISITY Of OEOHOETOVVN. The Ihlrlv-seventh ncsslon will hnaln nn SIONIIAY EVENINO. SEIT.S1 nt H o'clock, 111 tho (ollcgo llulldlng. isirmr or Tenth and E sin els, vtllh an Intifaluclnry nddross by Pi of. I' ILL Ktelnsehmldl, M II., to which llo irofc'slon nnd publlo nro reiieetfully Intltid. I Sliideiitslnlemllngtociiterwllt nltond for prellinlnnry examination ut tho College tin Saturday, Sipt. II), nt 7 o'clock p. in, for further fnfotmntlon apply letween thu hours of U and 10 n. 111 , or I mid ft p. 111 , to .1. VV II lotejoj-, M D., Dean, No US) Twelfth street 11 w. sulf-lt Tho Norwood Institute, A Felcet Hoarding nnd Day School for young ladlisnnd little girls, reopens with Us ens tomnry lai go eorp of professors and touchers, soviiuccn In number, SEPTEMHEU .10, I8S1T. Course of study complcto from Prlimry Class through Colliglalo Department, with thorough Instruction In freneh nnd Herman. Students pre) nred for Vnssnr, VV cllloj. Smllh nnd other Colli gcs. Advanced classes In Music, I.ltcnitiiro and Modirn Lunguugcs oiien lo outsldo pupils. Addrrss Jilt, AND MItS. WM. D. CAI1ELL. Principals. scl 1JI8 nnd 1211 lllhstiiw. flMIE COLU.M11IAN UNIVI'.ltsiTY, J WASHINOl'ON, 1). P. Tho Preparatory School begins HEITEVf. lll.lt 111. Tho Columbian Collego begins SEP TEMIIEHSl. Tho Nntlonal Medical Collego hi gins October 0. Tho Corcoran Selontlllo School begins October (1. Tho Law Schoolbo glnsOclobcr?. For further Inform itlnn ap ply to JAMES C. VVELLINU, LL. D nuiatin I'rcslilont. CI'ENCEIIIAN DUSINESS COLLEOE, COlt. Q lith nnd D sts 11 w A practical business eduintlon llint(unllllcs young men and wo men to Millport themselves) and successfully liirform tho nctltu duties of Ufa, Thrnougli Instruction git 111 In rapid writing, tho English Iniigungo, correspondence, rapid calculation, hook-kicjilng, business) practice commercial law, political cconomy.stcnogrnphy nnd type writing. Itcgulnrdayand 01 cnlngBcsslons re sumed Tuesday, September, 1, at I) n m and (I p in. Ofllco nrcn for nrrangoments by tho jcnroruunrtiron nnd nfter Monday, August 21. A full corps of tenchers. Illii'trntod cir cular, glv Ing lull Information, sent trco on ap plication. HENItY C. SPENCEtt, Principal. Mrs. BAltA Sl'ENCEll, Vleo-Pr nelpal. FOR SALE AND RENT. JP Tl EAL ESTATE MULLET IN TIIOS. E. WAOOAMAN, 017 V street. Changes made Wednesdays nnd Satunlaj-s. T111IEE STOIIY I1I1ICK AND ITtAME II0USi:s FOIl SALE. Northwost. Ml Clhst, lib, ml.Hrs SLOW HACthst. lib, 111 1, 8 is , l.W.l till st, lib, in 1. 8 rs 1,710 H.TCtli st, b h, m I, 0 rs t.too MUIl st, lib, ml, H is I.'.W H7 N Cup st, li h, m 1, 10 rs ,T,M (07Nst, water, bli, 7rs .'I.tfiio lrsVilolumblast, bli, ml, Hrs II.oiH 1CSI Columbia st, Iili, ml, (Its tf.HiX) Hltftfjthst, bli, iirs .j tf.PX) TWO STOItY IlltiriC AND FltAMH HOUSES l'Olt SALE. Southeast and southwest. ICO and .108 1 1th st s w, b h, mod lm,0 rs Suno r.ir, nth st e, r h, a rs xmioo 1811 Pit nvo no, f li, Hrs tf,0ot) 015 1st sw nnd threo houses lu renr, fli rns n,7X) .IIJnndilll.Mstsw, r li, Irs 1,000 111 mill HIAst s o, Iili, 0 rs l,r.) Tisothstse, bh, Irs l.oi J) ion nnd lloiuhstBw, rh, ,'lrs 1,000 .77. ton nml ail M sts tv, Iili, lis 1,1x10 1(1 1Mb st so, Iili, lis SIX) UNIJIPIIOVEI) PHOPEIITV fOll bALE. 8100 Per toot 51 h st, bet II st nnd Yn nvo s 0. list, bet Del nvo and 1st st s vv 7o hvv eor Del avo ami lists vv 73o list and Md lives vv &0o Jld live, bit Kill und 11th sts s w IV3 list, bctl'd nnd 4th so TX) E st, bit ltfllinml 11th se Ho Oth st, but Vanvo and K st se IV) K it, bet Mh und till so IV) Cthst, bet 1 mid K 13u HOUSES FOU ItENT. Per Month. K l"-th st n tv, Hrs SIO 00 IKafitlist nw,7 rs IttO.) Mid st iiw, 3 is l!j () IfCOtf'ilhstii vv.T rs tf.100 l-.'ll, Kl I, Uliiind 1.'l7ltstn vv, 11 rs. 13.1 on aias 111 list 11 w, upper pan, ml, His... sul Mil 11tli st 11 vv, 8 rs Si 03 lnivst 11 vv, 7is mm lilt Mh st iiw, (in 2000 K'l 11 st 11 w, ,'i rs sooo WOllWrt sw, 7rs si OS IMS N t 11 w, 0 rs 0:w 0 .Mass aon vv, I! is K (K) H) .Myrtle st ne, ml, 7 rs n SO 7h M 1 Host 11 o,(l is It M) 817 lithst ne, (lis lino IHISninpsnn Bt 11 vv, I) IS 1100 1 no Pork Phico, (I rs u ss S(r.H Iloundary st n w, -Irs IMS) 1710 lllggs st 11 vv, Urs UW LOANS, In sums to suit nt 0 per cent. Tho uliot els only a small lmrtlonof prop 1 1 1 j on my books. l'or fall list call at oflleo for bulletins Issued 011 1st nnd lllh. A USTTN P. IlltOWN, HEAL ESTATE AND LOANS, 1 12(1 V Street Northwest. HOUSES FOU SALE. Cor Jlnsj nvo anil IBIh st, 12 rs, mod Imps 313,000 New :i story houso, Iowa Circle; mod Imps Sld.SOO Tluec-story, linuso, IT rs, on N st 11 vv, bet 17th and lbth sts; mod Imps 510,000 Largo dnuhlo houso on Vt avo, bet K umlLsts; mud Imps $3.1,000 New bouo corner lllggs and 13th sts n vt; mod Imps SU.OO-J fctoroand dwelling cor Oth and Q sts n vv 51,000 Two story brlek houso, No. 010 10th st 11 e, bet f and (I sts; 7 rs nnd buth. Terms easy $.',000 Two 3 story houses on lllggs stnvv: ueur Pith; all mod Imps Each SV.WO Threo story English basement houso, ISrs; mod Imps; I st, bet lbth nnd H'th SW.OUO Three story houso with stable on M st, bet 10th nnd 11th 11 1; mod Imps $W,000 New 3 story housoon I, st, bet Slst and S-.'duw; 10 rs; mod imps S7,0,X) New 3 story houso on I. st, bet Slst and 2d n vv; 10 rs; lot IDxW to alloy .... $0,000 Lnigo iloublo houo on I.st, bet lllh mid llth sts 11 vv; 13 rs; mod Imps,. $11,01)1) Threo stoiy nnd bnscment house on P st n w, near eor lsth; mod Imps.. 311,000 Two houses on II st 11 e, bet dlli and .th; mod Imps Each S 1,'WO Two houses on Pet n vv, bet (Hh und 7th; mud Imps H"o", $I,.VXI Lnrgo houso nnd sot oral I hnusaud feet of ground on pith st, near Scott Clrclu $UIHX) Thriosloiy house oil )I si 11 vv, bet Dili mid UUh sis, IU11I stable; mod luip..$ll,N)0 Thru slory housoon M slu vv, bet Dili mid UUh sts, nml stable; mod Imp.. $13,500 Lftrgiidoiibtii houso on Muss avo, bet Iwlli nnd UUh sis; largo stable and lingo sldu lot $70,000 HU n slory houses, now building, on Mill, nun T'sl 11 tv; 8 rs, bath and ((tlm; nu hit pinking.. ..js.wo to $3,lK) Mm imtv pious brlek houses, vt Ith bnj. Windows, nil !Mli st 11 vt", cor P si jri,rs.J to$7,0iX) T In en slot y house eor Oth and I sts S 10,000 House No. Sl. 1) si n vt', bet M nnd M sis: lot MUW.1i a story Irlik with stable, (iff) $AM Housoon IPIh st, bet P and (J, 13 rs; mud Imps $U,(XM Four houses on 1Mb sl, bet (J nnd It: mod Imp JVS0J to 0,500 Vacant property lu all sections of the illy and suburbs, Setcrnl houses for rent, furnished and uu furnished, Money to loan 011 real estate security, I nrgo loans n specialty KEEP'S SHIRTS, 437 SEVENTH STHF.ET N. W. O. P. BURDETTE, SOLE AOBNT. AMUSEMENTS. -lfOim'S.-LASTNIOHT-MIKADO, Ollbcrt it Sainton's .lapvncso Opera, THE .MIKADO, Oil THE TOWN OfTITTPl' LAST MATINEE SATUItDA Foiivenlrs from "Tho Three Little Miihls " LAST NIOIIT-MATI IIIlAY AT H Motidnj' Tho Inct mpiralile spectacle. THE III.ACK LIIOOK, vtllh all Its wevllh of Kcneiy, grand bullet, splendid drnm.Uloaiiil spcclqf effects. A MIAUOII'S Orimil Operit-tlniiso. COMMENtlNO MONDAY, SLI'TEMIIEII at. Wednesday and Saturday Matlncc. lar-TBE EVENT OP THE SEASON I M DAllTLEYCAMPllEI.I.'s (IHANI) Sl'ECTAC ULAIt PItODUl riON, Introducing SCO Performers nnd a Powerful Dramatic) Cist, TWO NEW 01IAND IIALLETS. P1IE.MIE11 ASSOLtTA, MLLE. OORNALBA! ITemlcrCliaraelerDansciiso, MLLE. EL01SE OOIIOEOUS COSTUMES I at.ITTEIIINO AKMOUSI Tint Tei rllle I'.itrt liii:ilee-! Tlio firi'iKcNt Heriip ! put on Any St lire In America. "A thing lo pralso without rosorvo, Iho enrthqunku making a picture which astound ed und delighted every ono who saw It." N. Y. sun, Aug. 1H. "Thero Is 11 brilliancy In tho scenery mil ballet which oiterlnlns tho oyo otcn of tho Jndiil plaj goer." N, V. Herald, Aug. S7. MESS1IM. CAAII'HELL AND ALU MIOII HAVE DECIDED NOT TO 1NCIIEASE PiliCES. Securo Feats nt onco mid avoid iuli, Snlo now in progress nt llox ofllconml llrcn tanos. Order cnrrlnpos nt II p. m Senls seeured by JInll, T'elcphono or Telo grnph. soir-'lt. A I.ll.VUCIIt'S eiriind Operii-IIouso. Whl!lf ril" Hl'ivr. 11 lssv Thursdnv, lildaynnd Saturday Evenings nml Saturday Mntlnco, the Illsllngushed Emotional Actresi, 31IKM A1A IIAV, Supported by Charles A. Wotkln's Bth Avonuo Combination, lu her nowSoeh ty Plaj-, An original eiuatlon, lu I Acts, Written Expicssly for Miss Oiuy by A, Z. Chlpman, Entitled II 4 It T I', S V. I With tho following cast; Ilnimvsi: Lb Vliiiiii UK, the Heiress MISS ADA ODAY Virginia Day Jllss Edith Alnstvorth Jlurlo Jllss Nelllo Keen ( Inn neo Inthroiic Jlr. A. Z. llilpman C liurles Stmiley Jlr. (Tnrenco 1 leritago (iiorgoUlgliton Mr.T.C. Hamilton Alphonso vir. Charles Kidder Shcilff Urlggs Jlr. Ch irles E. Oraham Jlonsleur ( inbrlel Jlr. William Johnson Act 1st. T he vt eddlng inoi 11. Tho fatal meeting. Act Sd. A Dusting wife. 1 ho first doubt. Act 3d. lteviugo. The accusation. Act Ith. Thouncst. Thosjcrlllco. NEXT WEEK-D.iillcy Camibell's Ornnd Speetuciilnr production, CLIO, bale of scats now 01 111. IV KltZOO'S Nlntli-St. Operil-llouso. One so'iare north or Penna. Ate. A WEEK Of TIIIIIMPIIAMT mtCCINM. Tho Tcmtilu of Amusement. Crowded nightly by Iho elltoof tho federal Capital. Quarter to S. Stundlng lloom Onlj-. Securo j our Bents six data In iidtiineu. Dnllj Jltitlnee. TO-NI(lllT. Dally .Matlnco. I-Ioop o G old. 25Poiilar Prices family ilrclo, 10c; Uo- served orchestra and pnrnuet chairs, Sio. Coming Esy-IIAZEL IIIHKi:j Coming. S llXfllUltlOll. Franklin Institute, Phila. ItlM nml ninileet HtieetM. Open 10 n. in. 10 p. in. (Sundays Exceptol) Until October 31. Finest Collection of Patented Novelties ovci Exhibited. ' CONCERTS BY GEItMANIA ORCHESTRA, Chns. M. bclitnlt, Leader. ADMISSION, GOo. CI1ILDHEN, HALr-PUtCE Coupon Tickets (not good If detached) 10 forSJ.50. Apply to tho Director of this Exhibition for Excursion Hates. TIJIi: MUSEUM, XJ Penn, Avo.nenrllthst. ANOTHEH OltAND ATTItAClTO.V. Every Afternoon nnd Nl.'ht this Week tho Celebrated Actor and Comedian, DICK (.'HUMAN. In his thrilling Comedy Drama of CONIIAD, oil THE HAM) Of A l'llIENI). Supported by a splendid dramatic company. lu Museum Tho Drama of tho Seasons. Admission to nil only 10c. Deserved Scats secured Ihreoilajsln ndvancc. pltOFESSOlt SHELDON'S DANCINO 1 Acndeinj', 10OI f st. Adults, Jlondaj-, Widncsdny nnd f rldnj", 7 to t) 10. .Iiivinllos, Monday nnd Wednesdaj.lljoto 0; Suturd.i)', ltnS"6. Alllntistilnnies. Piofcssnr fchohloii will extend tho S.1 per cent, rebate to thoso Joining tlio classes this weik. soll-tf pOJIMJCi:. Summer (linden, THIS"WEE1C, JILLE.OIDAIID'H NOVELTY AND STATUE THOUPE. Matinees Tucsdaj', Thursday and Saturday EXCURSIONS. if HAND MOONLIOHT EXCf HSION IIY J Tttelfth-st. JI, EChuieh, Tho steamer .lolinW. Tliompsou vtlll lento Sixth street wliirfutn p. 111. Jlondnj', September SI, pen, lettiriilngut 10'W. Tickets, s.1 nuts. A lino luiiss hand vtlll accompany tho excursion, llo ficshmenls vtlll bo fuinlshed gulfat SPECIAL NOTICE. The ST'EAMEIt EXCELSlOlt of tho WASHINGTON AND NOlll'OLK LINE Vtlll be withdrawn from the route after SUN DAY, SEPl'EMIIEH it). Tho ST'EAMEIt (ll'.OIKIE LEAHY, com. mi 111 Ing KKI-I EVIHEIt 'Jl,w III lent o 7th stiei t wharf .MONDAYS, VVEDNESDA1S AND ITH DAYS nt ft'Ui p in Hctiirnlng, leatu NOIt FOIK, fiom Huston wharf, on TUESDAYS, TllintSHAISANDHAT'tntDAVSiit I p. 111. WM, P WELCH, iol7 (lenernl Agent . OTKAJIEIt W. W. COIICOUAN Ij will (oiilluuuD.illy Exeiirslons lo Marshall Hall und (iltmont until NOVEVlllElt 1, limit It nv es EVEIIY MUIIN1M) lit 10 it. m iiliiiulngnt I p. in 1 aieV.'i forioiiud III)) SI'.MIAY-Hoat vtlll leavo for Maishnll Hull ul 10 11 111 mid tl p. m., retaining at 1 and v n'eloilc. Faro Sfie. soUlnot 1 tit'iiii:(iiti:ATr.i.i.HANioAitiN J I iioiiNDHiiKii:. The steam packet EXCELSlOlt will m.lko regular ttlps during thu season totho ubovo isiluts every SUNDAY, TUESDAY nnd Fill diij, leaving lu r wharf; corner of High st. nail Canal, at H o'clock 11. 111. sharp. Intro for round trip fiOo. limit ean bo chartered on ill tirnatod.ijs. For Information apply at iinioo of J. (I. and J. Jl. WAT'liltS, lil(7 lllghsl., (ieorgi I ow 11. jo'i'i 1 1 WJT. VllltMIN I AIT. VIIIINONI STEASIF.lt W. W. COUCOUANfrrcift I eaves7tlist,wluirf dally, except Siindaj-, for Jit. Vrrnon at 1(1 o'eloek 11. m ; returning, reaches Washington about ;i ill) p, m, L. I.. HLAKli, Captain. LOST AND FOUND. j.Mlt'Nl) A LADY'S II NDII Ml .COST UN l1 Ing somo small 1 hiiiige. Inineli of l-es lie l)w 111 mm got It byiaUlngnt the Crltlo nilli 11 soKiit I OS.T- Tl) DAY, A LVOV '8(101,11 IIUEAST li plu wllh pearl settings, on tlio llthst, mis nr the Avenue Hue going west, A suit ililes lew mil will be paid upon Icntlnglt nt Die (Title ofllio. ' solU'lt T OVT - 8 VTI'IIDAY AlTEItNOON, HE. ,1 tweiuPO llepirtinent mid Silks' stoiv, liiinihkejs. S. II, stiitlliiu, llooni II, , P, o llepiirluunt l It l?Ol'ND-A 1ILAC1C NEWFOUNDLAND II dog; Iho owner urn have lilin by protlng loierlyniidpnlng expenses Apply tol.d wind l.lirniniinliiiiit. Futtlei's Hill, back of (iioigLtottn College sell 11 National Mclroiolilan l'iro Ins. Cu,, Dill l'u, Ave. N. TV., AYiislilngtiiii, I), C. CASH CAPITA 1 If 100,1100. EDW .MID CI.A1IIC, Pros. SAJU'EL lltOSS, boo'y, mill tf ri',mrMtmmrm-mwmmwmMmi