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x - , ,w1- " . -A "V 4 TITE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 12, 1885. h i m ib r i f A i r i .' u WASHINGTON OltlTIO PuUUhtil Dally, Sundays SxetpM nr Tho Evening CritlcPublistiingCompany IIAlil.irr KILllOUllN, President, W. SCOTT TOWI'.ltS, Treasurer. It. II, SVI.VI'.STint, Sccrotnry. OfJUOO, 3STO. 04:1 X3 BtnTOOU Por ltriMnxu, WANHINOION, I), c. TEHMSl FlngloCopy ." 3Cont8 lly Currier Con lly Jlnll, portage paid, ono Ji'ar ....Sl.fiO DySlnll, iHiidngopnid, sir months S.30 Inll Suhsirlptloiu Invariably In nilvanco. Addross tiii: WASIIINHTON CKITIU, Washington, I). C. ItlCIlAIll) II, SVLVESTIlIt, IMIIor. WASHINGTON, 1). 0 OCT. 10, 1893 HI.V MONTHS. It Is blx months to duy since Tun Ciiitio enmo Into the hands o( Its present liinnngeincnl, niul considering the amount of Mirrln;; history crowded Into that comparatively short period, wo may be pardoned for Indulging upon UiK o'ir llrst soml-nnnlvcr-a'y.'n both a retrospect ami a look ahead In llinnks for past mercies and hopes for hotter luck in tliu future. We doubt If In all the nnnnU of Journalism, a newspaper can bo found to have experienced a like series of ad verse vicissitudes in the same number of months. Itcginulug with the change of location from Ninth street and the. usual inconveniences accompanying finch a move, wo had hardly got well settled in llio 1) street olllco beforo a conllagratlon swept us out of house and home, making havoc of the whole establishment. Then followed weeks of subjection to the three-fold disability of "sotting up" the paper in ono place, printing it in another and Fulling it la still another, nt an extraor dinary cost and Inllnlto trouble. Humeri with lire, drenched with re peated tloods, crowded into close atrt comfortless quartern, surrounded for the past six weeks nbovc and below and on every side, with. carpenters, plasterers, bricklayers, hod-earrlers and all the clatter and confusion, dust mid dirt, Incident to the lcconslructlon of the building in which Tin: Ciiitio is now located, wo havo found It a matter of great labor and dltllculty to put In a prcscntablo appearance from day to day. Wo havo even been com pelled to depend upon the vigorous leg power of our editors and reporters for our telephonic and telegraphic facilities tiboul tho city. Hut through all these trials and trib ulations, supplemented byan annoying, but ill-advised and unsuccessful at tempt to enjoin us at law from doing business at all, wo havo always come upeinillng aslt were, maintained a clear conscience and never missed n single Issue. Judging, moreover, by tho largo and lapidly Increasing circulation and lib eral advertising patronago which Tim Critic has gained in tho meantime, the new management havo the .satisfaction of feeling that In tho estimation of an appieciativc public at least, the prom ises with which they started out to glvo tho peoplo of Washington a clean, wholesome, enterprising and public nplrlted paper, have been moro than luinilcd. If we have been nblo to do all this In a ienson of unpiccedenlcd dullness and under most unfavorable conditions, what may we not do In tho near future with all our appointments complete, a now press that shall print, fold, cut nnd do eveiything but deliver the paper to Mibserlhcrs, the avenues of trado again nllvo with animation nnd the field of ciTort enlarged by tho accession of thou Fands more to tho present population of Hie National Capital? Tin: CiiTio is hero to stay. It has an nbiding faith in itself and in tho peoplo. It has earned the smiles of l'ortuno by the pluck with which it has taken its hard knocks. It is to bo a much better paper than It already is. It is to ac quire a national as well as local status. It Is in tho lists to competo with tho licst nnd biggest of its contemporaries, nnd will ask odds of none of them. Confident that tho intelligent citi.eus of Washington nro in full sympathy with just such a newspaper bright, brec.y, Independent, unstllted and un hampered In its expression of opinion ns Tin: Ciutio proposes to continue wu entertain no fears as to its success nnd cheerfully look back upon tho hnrdships of llio last six months as blessings In disguise that will bear generous frullago beforo the noxt six months elapse. a nj:w depaiituiu:. An esteemed morning contemporary makes a sort of penitential admission that it has hitherto been in tho habit of lying about theatrical performances in Washington and pioposcs to take a new departure In tho lino of dramatic criticism. It will hereafter tell tho truth, tho wholo truth nnd nothing but tho truth, The announcement is also mado that In order to strengthen Itself in this wholcsomo conclusion, nil seductive courtesies on tho part of tho gentle manly malingers aro to bo dlscardod ns unclean things, nnd every ndvanco ngent who dares to pull a dead-head ticket on tho editor, will bo immedi ately transfixed with a got-thce-be-hind-mo-satau or some other paralys ing visitation, It is presumed, however, that tho general public, which is tolerably apt to pass its own judgment upon the plays that oro produced, without much lfgurrilotho newspapers, will still bo peimlttcd to do so. Or nro wo to uu del stand that because our esteemed contemporary sees lit to accept no moro freo passes, therefore Its dramatic opln . ions uro to be taken ns a standard from which it would bo treason to tho Star Eyed Goddess of Itcform to dissent? It Is Hot Impossible that what tho Tout condemned m trash, only fit to ho driven oil" tho road, might strlko other parties ns leally enjoyable and a good thing. And vice versa; what it decreed to ho strictly legitimate and highly meritorious might olsowheiu fall Insip idly Hat. Tho render will labor undor the Mime dlsndvantiigo as he did prior to tho new dcimrture. An opinion that is warped by the writer's prejudice In ono direction Is wortii no more than a puff inspired by a complimentary ml mMou card In another. Sllll wo wish our esteemed contemporary well of Ila venture. In the meantime Till? Citmc, which ha no sins to answer for In any of these respects, will continue to pursue the same virtuous nnd Independent course which It nnrked out for Itsolf at tho start. We can't havo the loftiest tragedy, or thogonteelest comedy, or the grandest of opera, or tho best of actors and singers nil the time. Thcro are de gree of rational entertainment which the severest censor Is bound to tolerate so long n the circus, minstrel show nnd p.intomlno retain their popularity, nnd which nre not to bctabooc.l simply because they are further down tho classic scale. - . It is tho Intention of the National Jockey Club next week to give tlio people of Washington nnd its visitors tho finest rnco meeting ever hold nt the Nation's Capital. Thoremaikahlo Hue sport which has heretofore been en joyed under tho excellent management of this association bids fair to 1)0 ex celled at the coming meeting. Tho Im provements at the course nnd grounds havo kept apace witli the success of the club, and all Its Income from tho gen erous patronago of tho peoplo has been expended tu fitting up nnd mak ing more attractive this beautiful rac ing park. Thcro Is no moro rational enjoyment within the reach of our citi zens than tho coming week's sport; an hnnet contest between numerous spirited horses, infusing enthusiasm tluoughnut an immense assemblage of visitors this bright, exhilarating Oc tober weather. It Is such out-door re creation as this that brings good appe tites and rosy health to tho men nnd women who participate In its enjoyment. Tin; election In Ohio comes off to morrow. Tho vigor of the campaign Is only equaled by the robustness with which eacli party claims that It will carry tho State. Tho lcsult will de pend practically upon the strength which Dr. Leonard, tho Prohibitionist candidate, may develop. He has been no lets active than Judge Forakcr and Governor lloadly, and It looks as It he would have a largo vote. As his sup port will coino principally from tho He publicans, tho Democratic claim that their ticket will bo elected seems to havo more foundation than tho coun ter claim of tho Hopublicans. No mat ter which way llio State goes the Union will not be jeopardized. In iiiikteen of the States thoro will bejfnll elections this year. These Stales nro UlisslsslppI, Nebraska, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Iowa, -Maryland, Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsyl vania, Virginia, New Jersey and New York. Tho most interest centers in the Ohio nnd Virginia elections, as upon tho complexion of tho legislatures chosen by them depends the complexion of two U. S. Senntois. In tho other States tho elections, except of courso In tho gen eral results, will not be of National in terest, although tho New York elec tion will be taken in a measure ns expressing by tho result what his natlvo Stale thinks of President Cleveland. Alt. ngreo Hint Hie oxploslon nt Flood Hock was successful, nnd ac complished all that was contemplated. General Newton Is naturally very proud of tho result of his long nnd pntlent labors. Tho amount so far expended is 1,000,000, nnd it will require about !G00,000 and two years moro lo remove tho debris nud complelo the work. After Hint is completed, work on other obstiuctlons will bo commenced, but with nothing extraordinary in Its pros ecution, ns It will bo dono by ordinary mnrino blasting. Tin: projectors of tho Delaware ship canal havo started in for another Ben son and will try again to secure n Con gicsslonnl appropriation for tho enter piise. Tho Hennepin Canal folks, also, nro waking up, feo wo aro protty suro of having nt least two old ac quaintances on hand when Congress meets. Auditor Chenometii is opposed to paying the Civll-Sci vice Commissioners their ginger nlo and lcmonado bills. Wo nro glad to sco tho Administration taking so pronounced a stand ou tho temperance question. Tin: Grant Monument fund in New York is walking right up. It had reached $88,818 on Saturday. Hut it will havo to walk faster than that to reach a million this full. I'oni'.i'.iuoii's elephant, Hmpross, has killed another man. It Is about timo for Homo enterprising reglcldo to mnke away with her Imperial highness. Piiorr.sou John L. Sut.t.ivan Is gojng nbroad. Jim voyage Sir. Sulli van, which, being Interpreted, means good ilddaucc. . Tin: Ideal Clill-Servlco Commission Is a subject that Is botliorlng peoplo a good deal. Tho Chicago AVim has four slates to suggest, as follows: 1. 'J, !). I. Stcdlll, Scliurz, Hour, Kustls, Held, Curtis, Sherman, Hlgi;lii3, llalstend, Jleccbcr, Slabono, Uosccraus Tun Liberal League held a session nt Cleveland jesterdny, changed Its natno to "Secular Uhlou" and elected llobcrt J. Iu gersoll president. oi.ii ntir.Nns. Tho old, old friends; S'omo changed, homo hurled, somoRono out of HlKht; Somii enemies, and, In this world'd fierce light; No timo to innko amende. Tho old, old friends Whero nro thoy? Timo aro lying In ono KlllMl And ono from tho far-off world on tlio dally wine No IovIhk mcssiiRO Binds. Tho old, doar friends I Ono rmsFog dally, nnd one wenrd n mask; Another, lout- ustrnni;od, cures not to iik W'liuu causeless miner cuds, Tho dear, old friends I So many nnd so fund In du s of youth I Alas I That faith can ha divorced fnun truth, When loie In severance cuds. Tho old, old friends I Thoy hover round mo still In uvuiilng slia Io; burety they will eomo, again when sunlight fades And life ou Cod depends. rnoi'i.t: in oiiNi:it.i.. Mm. .Iei.ll Waiiii Howe's rata has been accepted by tlio lloston Cominltteo on tho (Irniit Memorial Exercises, Sin. WlilTMiT, tliolmwi, will return to opernt Ic stnglnir nt the conclusion of his en KBi.'5.iiiciit tilth Theodore Tliomns. lti:v. llnsuv Winn llrxoiinu nud Sirs. Hotelier 111 occupy tliclr summer reldciico nt l'ecktklll, N Y., until November. SI. ItoimTov, tlio French Minister, slipped down In llio club-room nt l.cnot, .Man,, Sntiinlny afternoon mid dislocated Ins shoulder. i:.-br.NATOii SAUNW.itsof Xeliraskn, .Mrs. Saunders nmt hl daughter, .Mrs. Harrison, arrived In Omnlu last week from tliclr trip to Yellowstone t'nrk. (1i:m:iii1, I), II. lltt.i. Is to deliver tlio an nurd nihil count ltlclimond, October 33, he foio tlio Virginia Division Association, Army of Northern Virginia. Tun MOTlir.u of Sirs. John Drew, llio riilliulclpliln r.ctress, Is over ninety yenrs old, but does not look more limn sixty, unit Inn ri-Kiilnr ntlciid.uit at nil llrst nlg'it pcr fotinnnces. 1'iiamc S. CuiM'iiif, tho lil-ycar-old son of the dead nctor, Is studj lint for tlio stngo In London, under tlio direction of (J. V. Tnjleiue, nnd Is said to give evidence of much dramatic ability. Slit", T.mon, the first ulfo of tho Colo rado mlllloiinlro nnd ox-Hcnnlor, piob.ibly lins more money nt her own command now tlinu her former husband. Slio Is estimated lube worth JJ.OOO.OOl). Ar.nim: icon r.imi in, who wns sovcral do) lust week tlio guost of Sirs. Liivtou ntTorresdnlc, I'll., lectured nt Newark, N. .T Saturday evening nnd preached nt Phil adelphia lesterdiiy in tlio Church of tlio Holy Tilnlty. Tin: lloston Atlrcrllscn Washington cor respondent snjs: "Sir. Cleveland Is more easily riaclicd than any of his lieutenants, unless It bo Sir. Whitney. Hut It docs not pay to reach Mm too often. Ho has n way of letting ono know when lie Is tiled of solicitation." Thomas 11. Mown, a well-known actor, who wns oneo a member of IMivIn I'orest's Company, died In New York ycsteidny nged fid j ears. Ho wns bom In Troy, N. v., nnd wn, nt ono time, manager for John Hroiichnin, whoso btepHhuiqlitcr ho married. He was nlso manager of tlio (linnd Opcrn-Housc, when It was owned by James risk, Jr. "Wlioro nro you Koine to, my pretty maldi" "I'm koIiik to n lectin c sir, ' ho s.ild. "Stay I ciiiiiu with you, mypiottymaM)" "lou won't understand It, sir," slio said. "What l tho subject, my pretty inatdt" "llio llnul extinction of man," slio said. "Then jou won't marry, my pretty maid?" "MipcrlorulrU never mairy," slio said. noronio wcok. SPECIAL NOTICES. mmv is"5Ui: or hock. Wil'ITAllLn CO Ol'UItATIVn 11UII.UINO ASSOCIATION. ASSETS, SE1T. SJ, 1SS3. .S530,CW.ir StiberlptIons llooksni o nw open for sh iros In tho 10th Issue. Hubscrlptlnnsiiml I'ayments enn bomndont thooflleo of tho Association tUilltj from H:30 n. in. lo l:J0 p. m. Monthly laments nro 8J so per shuro. r.unphlits cxilnlnlng tho ohlect of tlio As?o clntlon, Its ndvnntfues, heiltllts, uto., will bo lurnl-hed nnd subscriptions lecelved by 'I ho. fe'nmcri lile, rro'lilent. . . Ills 13th st n w. llr. A. .l.Miufhlrt.V. P.. Druggist, II & N Csts. (iio.W. Cusllear, -M V. P 3011) Nu w. II. P. Puller l)lsbiirliig Ollleer Ag'l Dent. l'.VV. ITatt. .riro.t Ufa Ins. Agt., nth I) sts, II. ll.Twombloy Oflleu Pnbllo Printer. I,. !nidner....fccc. Kndowmcnt-Ufo.Oll 1-' st. Dr. O'co. W. PNliu'. ..Surgeon (iencral'solrlco. ltoa A. l'l'li, Deputy Hvglstir. Treasury Dept. Hon. i;.SiiC!ir,Sollcltorot Patents, t,H,71 stn w. T. II. Cioss.Jr., Lumber Denier, hth ft Jt sts so, Ceo. W. llurkiKs....Plastcier, l."W II t u w. ll.ltoblii'on, Hohlnson', I'm Iter A, Co .Clothiers. rlias. II. llalley See. (,'as (.'o,, lOth st n w. D.IIIttenhouse.TcllerftNot'ry.ltlggs.tCobnk. .I.II.Suilllc,Atty-at-Law,(lloerIliilIdlng,Pijt. .I.WMt llerrou Evening htarortleo. II. K'.WIIInrd bee. Col. Ml o Ins.. 1 110 P st. lulin IMIcrrell Cor. lOtliaud P.inveso. C. S. Price Druggist, I.'il Tlh sts w, Dr. Iloht. Ileylmrn. sr ..Ofllee, H.'l Pst n w. .I.W.llotiler,Sce.Jtii.I'lrolns.Co.,titli.t!Paavo. K.T.IIowsi r, 11 .t O 'I leket Agt, 1 Ith Is Paavo. Jolui IV. Sehnefcr. .China More, nwiTlli st n w. J. U. Pree, Jr.., llnnkstore, lltl P st n w. JOHN JOl' EDsoN, secietnry. Ofllee. 017 V st. n. w. Offlco hours, e:W n, in, to 1:30 p. in. dally. 5refrj.i:T:iiKit oiiAPi:ii i. i:. lS? Churili, corner Now York avo nuu nnd Pourtli street uortliwosf Revival crvlces overy night during tho week. JIon day, 7SW pin, HevCT l!otio will pi each, of Douglass .Memorial Jt E Chinch: Tiuilar, Hrv Dr II It Nnylorof Foundry Jl E Church; Wednesday, llcv II S Franco of (Iraoo M E chili eh: Tlmrxdny, Kevl'ro.1 AStotr; Friday, Sirs J JleK lteltey will conduct tlio sen loos; biliigL'pworth Hymnal. NATIONAL JOCICi:V CI.IIH. JIEMI1E1IS' DADOES nro now readv for do- livery at tho oilno of tho club, room No, 1, V (.inon How doriiir of 10th st. nnd P.i. inc.); nt thooflieo of thoTreaMinr, I'O Pa. avo., nnd nt uiooiiKoor llio rresiuent, inu .n. v. avo. liaio unys, Oclober 11), su. l,'.MnndSI. KEIt. Tiensi: It. F. 1IA1' n,t.lIIlSON IlltO'IIIinil, l'rlntcrs dJ noil llookhlnders, cor Pa avo nud l.'ltli St. lTSpcitfnlly notify their customers and tho publlo that thcro has been no stoppage what eier In ihelr extensile business, being prac tical prlntcis themselves, and hiving a com pute corps of excellent nnd cfllelcnt work men, their nblllty to turn out nil kinds of lino work from a ilsltlug lard to n nnmmotli book, bound complete with pioinptness, neatness nnd accuracy, Ins nut been impiilicd. Pi iutlng, Ilookblndlng, Paper ltullng, Perfo lilting. Numbering, Engrnilng, btcrcotyping and hleetrotyping. EST EPFA 1IUNTON JEFF CHANDLER of Missouri. of Virginia. 11UNTON A: ClIANDI-Ei:, Attoriioysnt-I.aw, Will practice In tho Supromo Court of tho United Mates, tho Court of Claims, tlio courts of llio District of Columbia, beforo tho (Jim mlttees of Congress nnd tho Departments. Ofllces-Nos. 157, SB nnd UO Corcornu Ilnlld lug. JeMtf .vsui'intioii java coi'riu:, lrcsh Itonsted oiery Day, 000 Pi:it POUND, AT H. Q. KEYWOItTIPS, 1520 Seventh St. pB N't. 1" JiAltlNI'S ILS? ACADEMY OP DANCING', JIASONIU HALL, Is now open nnd new elnsi'Ca formed every bntmduy ut -' p in for misses and musters; for adults, Tnesilms anil Thursdays. vasiiinoton nAi''i: dkposit COMPANY, 010 Pennn. Avo. Northwest. Tho Compnny will nnt small rrlvato safes In Its now 1TUU AND DUnOLAlt-PHOOF VAULTS from $5 to $100, nccordlng to slzo. Mhir Pluto nnd articles of vnluomaybo stored and Insured for nuy length of timo ut l cry reasonable charges. nIlt. I.IMI1VIO VON DOt.OKKor fca 10u7 P street n. w doslres to notify the publlo that ho will prnetlio only until November tho 1st In thin city, after which timo ho will limit his prnetlco to Electropathy oxclusliely In Philadelphia, Pa. All sufferers w ho desire his ndvlcouud conciliation should do so nt once. Ills celebrated Electro ll.iths will bo administered In tlio futuio In several I rnmh ofllees of this illy, operated mutton ducted by skilled Eleetrlemns. seW-lmu vw 'SI'JIIXUMAN'N. UXIMIINS, ClllTIl niniTA, . vtn f, cin,u a 1T fieucml Transfer Agenoy. Hafes, Machinery nnd Pluto (Muss moi Ing u Bpeclulty. Telephone, U7 !'.', solO EST' notioi: or i:i:.moai Wo will remove our Ileal Estato ofllco about November 1 to 1107 Fblrcet, JOHN SlIDIt.llAN.'v-CO. ' After tho nboi o dale our present olllco, No, fH7 P stieet northwest, will bo for rent, IMI'OIlTANTNotlco to I.ADIKS, M'o nro now onenlni; our stock of hKALHUINflAHMKNTrt, In Long and bhort Wrups. Also tho sumo utiles hi seal rursii. nnd full stock of FiirTilmmlngs. Ludles hill lug old sacques to bo rodyed and tlinned Into new stylo sucquosor visiles nro adilsed to bring thorn early, II. II, STINEMETZ & SON, Hatters nnd Furriers, sc!l lJ7I'cnna. Avenue. Igy-A (!AltI). To nil who nro suffering from tho errors and Imll'crrtluns of youth, nervous wenknos, tnrly de ny, loss of manhood. Ao.. 1 will send umletlmiv.-lllcuroo!iFltt:i;ot'':ilAI(ir.. This great remedy was discovered by a mis sionary In Hcmtli America. Hcnd n self-addressed emclopo to tho Itov. Jos. T. Ininaii, fetation 1). Now York City. HmKCIINOMY AND .SAl'KTV. 1'or Vapor Stoves uso only DANl'OltTII'S I'LOII). l'or tho best Slovo buy tho DANroilTII. DANTOUTIt FLUID CO., jrSI 70'! Ninth st. n. w. rOR RENT HODMS. Atlinlltemtntt of 7Yn Unit vnilcr thlt head innj ltd thru lime fur , etnlt. I.iOlt Itr.NT-Onc I,itrf,' I'liriilsliml fiout loom; terms moderate. Apply at No. 1X0, corner I and ,'ld st. Tf.MUt ItllNT-At laid II Street V V, .!' handsomely furnished rooms, singly or in suite; convenient to cars and hotels 1,UItMSIIi:i) JIOOM A t.nrgo I'ur ; iiMird room, sultnblo for lady nud roii tlemnu or two ladles. Inquire nt Hfr.'K st u w. i ,M)U UI:NT lliMiutldil Parlor unit lieu-room; new lurnlturo. 17ej Fst u. w. llreakfnsl served If desired 1JiOUlti;NT--Nlerl-riifiilIiiMlioi)iiis I1 einlriil locution, nt reasonable rates. t! v. tt ii w. Ifoii IIi:NT Two I'onimtiiilcntliif; . tuom, on 1st floor, sultnblo for ofllee, rohtuurnnt, etc. HUdbtjiw. 17011 1M:NT S Sit-Nlnry 1'ronl lloniiis, . uiifiiinlehidiEiis nnd bath; rent 13 per iiio!iIIl Apply at No, U-.'J N Y avo 11 w. Tiuiit hi:nt Tun rui-uisiiuii unit iwi litifitrnUlicil rooms on flrt(. Moor. alt lath st 11 w. QryFi ''OK IIMKIAST 1'nrlnrs on 1st V O Hour: open grntcs; SjO for same on sal lloor. Address 1'rlvnto 1'nmlly, Crlllo of llio. I,-i) It Iti:NT- ItoimiH, mi Sil nnd :)il . lloor, furnished, partly furnished or un Ininbhrd; iciilrnl locution, l.'llOOst n w. "ITIOIl lti:NT 1I.MH 11th Street N W J' Two large, cliccrfiil, commiuilcntlng looms, nicely furnished, suitable for light housekeeping, to party without children; prl luto family. IJIOlt KENT Tun Furnished Iloimis : nnd two unfurnished rooms, with board, II ilesliciLiilTilHthstn w. Iurtilslieit Iln,))us by tin, Day. IVeelc ' or month; CO cents per dnyjientrallylo entidtiinll Depnitinents. C-IJ i'cninjlvanl.i nicntio, oproslto Metrnpolltnu Hotel, 111 N ST N W-Wll I'uriilslieil J l I O largo and small looms; table board lonienlcntilgintlemen picferrcdjicfeieujes required ITiOlt lti:M' llnrnrnlslicil Itomim . on 0110 lloor, sultnblo for light house keeping. In n new house; terms moderate. Ap ply nt 01 1 Mtn V!. IJ'OU 11ENT NICELY FUltUISHED SEC . olid-story front room, with southern c.v posmo 81.1 K Kt 11 w. WANTED ROOMS. "W ANTi:i)-ly tilts lath nf Oelnlier, a unfurnished rooms on 2d lloor or 2 looms with privilege ot putting piano in tho pnilor. Aduicss II. C, Crltlo oilleo. "T7'ATi:i Tun orTlirno Ifnriirnlsli- TT cd rooms III ecntrnl part of city for light hoii'ekeeplng. Address, stating terms, h l' II. Crlllo oilleo; prlmto faintly ureferred. T7"ANT1!U 111-11 Yiiiiur aim) In tint IT Dcpnttments n nice stnglo room lun pilvnto houso wheio nceoss can bo In I to law lext boots. Andrcss Law Student, Crltlo ofllco. f"ANTi:i) -liitlmNnrtliiifstSrellnii, by eentlcmnn and wife, imfiirnlslied Sd 0 Sd or ad lloor. Address, giving loc.itlon and price, Pi nnklnud Jnniius, KVi F st n w, VrANTi:i A YnilliK I.ndy Desires 11 boaid and room In prlvuto family, for which she wishes to Fell 11 good second hand plniui In pajment. Address Miss JI. V., Critic ofllte. vwfOSAlE-:OJJSEjSkw 1 7101: sai.i: ' DIPliOVED. A llnrgaln Nleo thno-story nnd cellar hi lek dwelling ou tho noith sldo of ill 10 lo Island iiveuue, bet nth and 10th sts 11 w, containing 11 rooms and every modern Improvement. l'!ilo?(,CU):iediicod to SM'U A splendlil tureo-slory nnd bn-oment brick iiivcumgoii .iaryiinii live, oei isi 1111 1 .u tts u e, containing IS rooms und every mod uli Imjiioioinint; huge lot, etc; prlco.Ss.ooJ A nleo tno-story rress brick houso with overy convenience, 011 I st, bet SlthnndSMhu w; new gj.ouu Thnt elegnnlly-llnt'hed dwelling on thosw corner of Mb and I sts 11 w; jii't completed; containing 10 rooms and lino collar; ciery modern convenience; tho only remaining ono of tho four, tho others weio all sold be foro completion SV1O1) A grent spedjl bargain Flno 8-story and cel lari.iess brick dwclllncon Columbia st. near tho cor of III nvo; contains 11 rooms, bnth-room n)id eiery modern couvcnlonee: Lay window, l'ormcr pi Ico $1,300, Wllllo nfliiid this week only for $1,000 VNLMl'ItOVED. A splendid lot on thonoilh sldo of M st, bet lUth imdsoth ttsnw, SOxlOl feet. Prlcoper sil ft only o'ic North sldo of Mass avo, bctlCth unci 17lh sts 11 w, two ndjolnlng lots, each 21H ft front. Prlco 1 ir sq 1 1 only ? 1 On llio n e coiner of Kith and ftamp-nm sts, four adjoining lots, each Sl.Oxino, fronting onlOthet. Pilcopersii ft $j So cor l.'th nnd It I in o n w n beautiful corner. Pilcopersq ft SJ.73 A handsome lot on tho south rldo of p st, bet lTthund 18th sts n w, '.MxlOO foot. Prlcoper so ft 1 Sl.'-U IThls lot ndJohiK Lieut Black's residence.) Abo 11 long list of ether deslrnblo property, Improi eu and unimproved. Call or send for list. D. If. WAltNEIt, 1)1(1 P st. 11. w. 17IOII SAM: A Country l'liicc, of 1 about SJ acres. In Jlontgomery County, -Mel., lmpioved with a lino house, etc; 1 hours drlio Irom Washington over a good road; In intlon henlthy: good water und shade. Ad dress II.. 1., Ciltlo olllco. I?ou SAi.iiiousci nan asd st N Wi ' ball;8 rooms, water, &u. ApplyatSWJ I FOR SALE LOTS. VsA. A tlretlltimtnli of Three- htnes wultr this head interim nine umetjvr -o cent. J liy aurtin r. nnowN, 4-ru ir si n. w., 4(1,000 fectof ground on 10th st. n. w bot, fecott C'lrclonndlt St., nnd (10,000 foot on N. II, nio bet, Diixnt ClrolonndL st, Bovcrat llrst-clnss liousos, ranging In prlco from $10, 000 to $100,000. FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUS. ITIOlt NAI.l-lion Suro for Siilo Vury .' cheap. Address Lawyer, Crltlo ofllco, ITiOK SAI.i: Will 1I Tun fluml AI : dcrney cows cheap for easli. Address Al derncy, CI llio oflleu. 17OK SALi: i:iiiInymaiit rnr Atl ' 100 Milunblo recipes for manufacturing useful household articles; iiulck sales; luigu piolits. Addicts Itcelpos, Crltlo ofllco. ITIOlt SALi: A llllicli-iiiiil-'l'aii Dog, tlioroUBhbrcd.nndiigoodratter. Address Martin, Ciltloolllei). ITIOlt SAI.IC-Dnoip Curt I (llniiip for 1 Cush, by nddresslng Teuinnter, Crltlo ofllie. IjlOK SAl.i:-OIil Nuimpiipan Tor : winplng. Appply nt louutlng-rooin of this paper. TT'Olt sai.i:- A 12 horso power Englno and boiler Apply at Crltlo Ofllco. TOST On Poiinsylimilii Am. Nour J l.'th st, n gold rollar-biitton, with dliimoud setting; liberal iiwnrd, (). T., Ciltlo ofllco. I7OIINl)-Oii mill st, near llio Trims" ury, flvo pawn tickets. Owner cuii get them by iiildiesslngThoiniiH. Crlllo ofllco. BOARDING. MHln or 'lliieo (loiitliiniuii Can (let A.X -.-v V-N N 1 table board In a prlvato family In tlio neighborhood of 1'runkl: nil I Park, Address o, ii., ciiiio niiKo TOR EXCHANGE. MM) i;X01IAN(li:-HIO Acres oT (looil I land In Southern Minnesota for iiulin prvoed proiicrty In Washington, Addiess Pair lianlt, Crltlo olllco. VXi ANTKD-TO EXCIIANaKNUW STOVES I T for old ones nt llittlor's btovo Kxolmngo, corner fith and K sts. Smoky chimneys ourisl or no pay. stoves exchanged lor grocorlos, Old stores bought. ITiOll SAl.i:-In Ni:Soetlnuiirclt.v, 11 lot SJ It a In by UO it; on tho lino of II st curs; will bo sold ihcnp to Immediate pur thascr. Addresa H V M, Crltloolllco. Ailmthimtnlf nf Three Unit undtr thlt head lnuitl (hue times for 23 eenli. rAN'n:i)-llrI In IVnrlc ill or 11 lenrn tailoring. Apply nt Conovcr's cor. 1th nnd 1 sis n w, yr. ANTi:i Cnlnrnl Wniiinn tn Cnntc In n fumllv of three: 110 other work. 1 . 1. a 111110 oiiice. rANTI3l) A AVIlllo Cniil Wltlinlll IT fntnllyiiiho tinderstnnils hirhuslnoss nnd will tend lolt:nl-oa while chambermaid nnd Mnllress; both mint remain nt night. Apply nt No 181 1 (1st 11 w, WANTi:il-A l'lrst-oluss Roluri'd Cook, with references, Apply to llio crlllo oflleu. WAMIIII-A Itespi-cliililo Wlilto T w omnn us cook nnd for general houso work! giHsl leferenees icciubcd. AddroH Sirs. II. SI.. Crlllo ofllco. "lyAM Kll A Nc'UIimI Wllllo Wnnimi I (derinnn picteircd) to cook, wash nn I Iron; a sullablo peison will havo a rmnniiit hoire! leferenees rcciulred, Inciulro at 1513 (J st 11 w. TV 7A.Vri:i-A While Cllrl iis7iirse,ut 01 rnnvoHe. -rANTi:i)-A Omul Wnnimi ami J!. pcrteneedcook(Mlilto)ntlIJ A stno. )rANTr.l Ynmig l.ncl.v In Traeli IT Ireiuh lo ihlldren In n fntnllyj gool bonnl nnd home In the family. Vinson, critic ofllie. A7'ANTi:H A (food Cnlnri-il Cnnltt I V must bo slcndy nnd of correct hnblls; di slrnhin place to tho right wonUn, M, M.M., Ciltlo oflliu. I NETTI.l'.D Tillddli-- Aned Wlilln J.Y wo hynddre omnn can fecuro 11 position ns nurso !ing jioiner. iruio oineo. TANTlill A Tliuruiiclily Onpiilitn 1 1 young girl for general hoiiscwork;miit hiiiclilcreuies. Address SI. Tucker, Crlllo otn e. WANTED HELP HALE. Aitrtrtitemcnti of Thtre. Ltnci under this head inui ted tin te times form cents. fANTi:i)A))()IllTnTlinyWImAVi-Itrs Tl , a good hand nnd Is quick at figures. Slireliaiit, Crltlo ofllee. WANTi:i-Tiro Yiiimik 31mi Wlin havo had somo oxpcrlcneo ntp.ilntlng; 110110 neid niyily but those who luvo had ox pcrlinco. 31 1 Dclnwnre ni 0 n e. VrlNTi:i) Colnreil Coiielinimi by 11 11 gentleinniillilug In (ieorgctown; good stnhlo, witli room well furnished for coach- limn. X X X, C1UI0 o "Tf ANTini Al" IS'SII I'll nvo 11 iv, 11 IT fmnrt, nitlioboy to nslst In bar und learn the business. 7ANTi:i)-A Curppittar tn ?Ialo stole fixtures. Cull ntlC.'l llthstu w. T7"ANTi:iJ At Kearneys Mnnii 11 Ijiundry, 17M Pennsylvania nvefiuo, a colored mini lo nit ns porter nud to innko hhr.FcIt generally useful. WMlTEDjilMTIONS. A tlret tltcmenlt of Three Lines under this head Inieiled thtee times for S3 cents. "IsTAXTr.D-Siiiirtliiinil AVrllor Wants II n placo In somo good ofllee; references glien. "Shorthand," Crltlo ofllco. xrANli:i lly 11 YntiiiK Colored 31mi II with pood refcrencos, n situation ns driierlnn prlrnto family, nnd will innko him self u-eful nbout tho hoti'c; or with a travel ing salesman. Apply nt lei D st n 0; Edwnid (liein TTANTi:il I'll-st-clliss AVnsliIni; tn 11 take homo; references furnished. Ad dicss SJ'W Stoddard st. West Washington. TffANTi: A Sltlliltlnn, by 11 Colored II boy, ns waiter, drlio or mnko himself gcncrnUy ncfiil. Address 17SJL st 11 w. VrANTi:i)-(lriinmi Olrl Wants Hltu- II atloii to took; good lefeiencos. Cath- irlne, Crltlo ofllie. TTANTr.I Posllton by i;perlencei! 11 typo-wrller, hniliigmaihlno, Addrosi L. Ilodnoy. Crltlo ofllco. ITrANTIMI A Itesprclnblo nilililli)- 1 1 aged Indy wants a placo as cook; a bii-liiess 1 luco preferred. Address ISO Md avo s w. XrANTi:i)-Slliintlnii by 11 Y1111111; II man as colleitor; some oxpcrleuce; good icfercnics; salary not so much an object as employment. Address M. ().. Crltlu oilleo. trANTI'.I)-A Woman to Cnnlt nuil II ustlstln thocaroof chlldien; must stay nt night. Apply ut ItttJ 1 Ith stn w. AKIIAT, Tidy Wllllo fili-IDinlrns 11 nlnto Inn lilvatu fumllv ns nurso or ihambiimald;ls willing to make herself gen tiiillymeful; for Informnllou luqulro utTS.' Sd Kt. bit (1 and lino. VM NTED-jELLCS. AUiettltcments of Thtee Lines under this head Imtihd thee times feir Si cents, WANTi:i)-A Uglil-Kiiniiliif; Second hand spring wagon. Address J. T. X. Mins, Clly P. O. y ANTIII) A Seeoncl-ltiind Copy nT 1 Kent's Commentaries. Address ,!Stu- dent." Ciltlo ofllee. rANTi:i Tn liny 11 hceniid-lliiiid 1 1 sideboard; mahogany preferred, bldo- bonrd, Ciltlo ofllco. T7"ANTi:i A (inod Sueiilld-IIllilil ll tnnglo lantern or stercoptlcoiiiiutllt; Til. SIoAHMer'8 mnko prelcrred. Address, Willi description, BON, 407 hth st so. "TAJiTKIl A I'llImrOolltloAIiiti-Iioil IT hoiM'S for family UFO. Addross JI. T. S Crltlu tiflieo. "T7ANTi:il Snenlid-liuiid l'liiiin ; 11 Knabo makopicferrcd. Address Dora, Critic ofllco. TTANTi:i A l'n iv Tallin lloimlers In IT a prlvato family, at ll lltli st; refer ences. Tf ANTIID Nnrsory Mnlils Wlin l)o Tl slrugood positions should attend Mrs. Pollock's fieo Mother Lectures on tho Caro of Little Children, commencing Wednesday, Oct. 7,3to I o'clock, iitost) Hthbtnw. Pico Cook ing Lessons ut 111 II st Included In tho course A dress is tlio rewind of merit lor legular at tendance; -ITTANTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT Dlt. ) V Taylor, ttil F strcot. near Tenth, makes beautiful tcU of artlllclal tcoth for $3'. guar nntccd to glio full satisfaction; oxtractln with gas, ihloiofonn or local nnosthetlos, 50 cents; without, S3 cents; llllltig utvciylow pi ices. BOAltl) AVANTi:i by 11 Vniing I.ady Emnloied In tho Tieasury Dopartment; must bo Instiletly pilvnto family, Addross A D 1, Crltlo olllco. I1HCE, NO. 4fO MAINE AVENUE; OAH J, pets to clean, inuttrossus loiuadu; leathers leuovntcd, Telephone call, SIS. FOR RENIMISCELLANEOIJS. I'? Oil HUNT Ivllelien riirnlsliecl rnr ' hoiiekccplng, with basement room (fiont) adjoining. In good locution; would make arrangements to board with thoo who tilkolhcm. Address ItnioChaneo, Crltloolllco. FOR RENT HOUSES. AdiertlPtmetils or Thtee Lines under this head Inset led thtee times for S3 f. Cor 1Mb ANY nvo,40rs, m I SiV) 00 llWItlave, ISrs.inl HJSi SI Lafayette. Sciuani 3-'ll :U nmUstii w.hs.ml woo 1WIN Yuio, IS is, ml l'isoo lllllSlstst, 11 is 100 Oil HSSbtkt. II is, ml 100 lriStsMiisi, rs, mi soon llSIISOIIlKtll W, HIS SI 00 114.911th utn w, llrs osoo lhsi it st n w, n rs 1300 17SU Do Sales st, His 73 00 171U Itlaie, Mrs NUOMass live 100 07 1781 K st 11 w, 11 rs 1S100 1718 N st 11 w. 10 is MOO oyiFftnw.ls rs 1S3 00 lill.'l N II nuinw, l'.'is 1S100 Mia N II aionw, ISrs 100 ui lll.'i P si 11 w, u i-s 0000 171U Do Sales st n w, Ills 70 00 THOMAS J. FISIIEIl & CO., 18JI F street northwest. 1 .ion itr.NT iiidisii son mil hi 11 wt is rooms; modern iinproicmenta. 111- iiiho71l1stlmt. 1 ii'in, 1. j.n , 111 ei,-i.i.i.v iiriiiii, vii t .1. Mst 11 wi store nud llio rooms; gas, wa it r. hirco cellar. .Vo.! $S3 ,,er inonlh: kev 1 1-M fl.Miw ACOIII'I.i; Jliiy Obtain Ono M.ltooni houso ft co of rent In oxchango of sor Iccb! no 1 Idldrcn; leferenees icquliod. Apply lit l.'JM lUIll fet II W. ' MONEY TO LOAN. IlIAVKMuiiovtiil.imii uu (liiuil ICoul cstato or collateral security ut lowest rates of luleiest. No delay when security Is good. c. O. (IREEN, Room 1, Firemen's building, cor 7th st and I .a nvo, MONEY In Loan at l.imesl Itnlcs of Interest on icnl cstn'o sltuatullii tho District of Columbia, Uhoimis ,1, Flslier& Co., 13SI F st n w. 1 An TO JBOO TO 810,000, AND LAROEIt iJplUl sums on real cstato; lnwost rates; cnllnow. WJI. l 110LTZMAN, Attorney, n-'l 1" et. n. w. EXCURSIONS Sl'ECIAI, NOTM'i:. 1 hO STEAMEIt EXCELSIOH ot llio WASHINGTON AND NOltl'OLK LtNE will bo withdrawn from tho routo nftcr SUN DAY, MSPTEMIIEIt VO. Tho STEAM Kit (lEOKOE LEAHY, com mencing .SHI'TEM HE It 'J 1, will loivo 7th street w hurt MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND FRI DAYS nt B.:i0 p. 111, Itctiirnlng, lenvo NOR FOLK, from Iltrtlnii wlinrf, on Tl KSDAYS, 1IIU1ISDAYS AND SATUIIDAYS nt I p. in. W.M. P. WELCH, fel7 Ooiiernl Agent. Sii;a3h:k M. w. coitcoitAN will conllnuo Dully Excursions to Marshall Hall nnd (ll)inont until NOVE.MIIEIt 1. Ilont leaves EVEKY JlOltNlNO at 10 a. m.( retuinlngnt I p.m. PnroS.'.e for round trip. Sl'NIlAY Hunt M'llllcnro for Starhnll Hall nt 10 n. in. nnd a p. m., reluming nt 1 nnd 7 o'clock. Fnro '.'.Ic. Foist no t TV T. VlTltNON I SIT. VU11NON I STEASIEIt W. W. C01!COIIANtgj5J L;ni c 7lli st. wharf dally, oxcept Sunday, for Sit. Vernon nt 10 o'clock n. in.; returning, reaches Wnshlugton nbout ll.no p. in. L. L, 1ILAKE. Captain. PERSONAL. D" it. LEON. THKOLDEST ESTAnLISlflll) nnd only rcllablo Lndles' Physician In tho city, enn ho consulted dnlly, 401 0 St., bet. -IMS nnd (Ith ft. 11. w. Prompt treatment. Curio spondonco nnd consultallons slrl;tly confl Ucnllnl, Scparato rooms for ladles. Ofllco nlwnvs open. BUSINESS CHANCES. XyANTKIl-A Siilnmi-Keepor, Witli n II good stand wants a partner wltliJl.SOO ranltnltno lintel's need answer. Address biiloou-kccpcr, Crltlo ofllen. T AHIi:S KliTlrln Treiitinriit unit jjii.iiiis given nt your own reslucnco. (.'itrpsi general debility, dyspcpsln, rhciiinallsm, neu 1 alula, piling strength und vitality to tho wholo system! tirins low this mouth. Call Immediately or address Sirs. Dr. Uubrlcl, 7W lth st. "T lltl..SS.M.U'IN(l III All Its llriiiifbnsi XJ woik nently nnd promptly done; fitting nnd draping unexcelled; special Inducement to ladles who prefer doing their oivnsuwlng. Ml llth st. MISS. I,. COCllltANi:, Dressmaking, Hitting nud basting; nlso dross cutting tniiglit. 7011 lllli nt 11 w. rpili: Cbenpcst l'lnco In liny Silver JL plated waio Is ntl'rnnk's Jowelry store, 467 Pa am; watches from Slup. "VTOWIh Your Cbaneo n Seenro Ilar J.S gains. C. A. llestA Co. 1110 closing busi ness nt 1SS0 J: 8t n w. Selling out below cost tin Ir Inrgo stock of ofllco dosks, chairs nnd all klndsof modern unci antique furniture, brass nnd iron foidus, old glass and ehluawaio, ic, Ac. CI COltOi:, (lie lloasoii I Can Die-w So JT elegnntly Is simply this: I get my meals nt tho Forsyth Cnfe.Bis 10th st, for $Jor SIS nmonth.'iind lliollko 11 lord nt thnt; hence, you see, I havo a surplus of cuh to Invest In clrgimclcs. WII HLLS"OF"TANSYAsSfouaW Mnys effectual. Sealed 111 tlrttleirt, S ets, WU ro Speelllo Medlclnu Co , Philadelphia, Pa. riiHOUOll Iiislgiillleiint, 11 Oriiin or X Fnnd has Its iclatlnnshlp to tho eaith; nttcntlon, worklngmen; Illllyniil's llttlo hat stole Is filled Willi icllublo hats and furnish ings nt honest pilcis; S1.S1 buys a fur Derby; C-a.ro permit forcnmcls'linlrunclerwoar; good inluo nt S3. lllllyiird,4:iauiistuw. IIItlVATIl Instnietlniis In I'lgnres, J lauilFcnis-s, Kensington Mowers nnd ihlnn painting, S3e. Addicss Artl-t, Crltlo OlilCO CLOAKS ami Oilier Dry (Iniids Must bu closed out ntJ. JI. Young's, ','.W ,th st. on account of tho salo of tho property. Gt ii-T-r.iioi: cauini:t photos II S'.'.M per do?.; any style; satln-linlshcd woik; Futlsfnctory proof shown; success with ihlldien. Laidner& Co., W7 P.i avo, over Vogt's. Carpets mill Furniture, llliiuUets, Comforts, Feathers, utn.. sold on weekly or monthly pujments nt Smith's, 113 NowJer Fey 111 o 11 w, THE CRANDALL. THE LAST AND 1IEST WltlTINO MACHINE. Eighty-four letters and characters written by twenty-eight keys. Half-a-dozen dlflercnt kinds of typo on snmo machine. Anyone can lenin It In ten minutes. Examination In ltul. lloomju, Pnclllu building, A1UO Ol'l'lllt To Iiitrniltieo Tlinm wo will HIVE AWAY 1,000 Solf-Oporat-Ing Washing Machines. If you want ono soud us j our name. P.O. nnd express oilleo at oneo. TteHatlocalU(i,.23Bay8t. N -r Wi:iNl!KI.SIUlt'Sllli)K, Senur 1T .liigniid Cleaning Establishment, ut 019 Nlthst, 11. w., Washington, U.C All kinds of ladles' nnd gentlemen's clothing dyed and denned In tho best manner. Formerly nt '200 Iltticct. IUItltEK HOODS I Itubber (liioiU t JL AiicwinterprlsoforWnslilngton. Cood jinr llubber Company, -11 DtliBtnw. You will find eiciytlilug In tho India llubber Lino hire nnd goods Unit will gliu satisfaction. ? eS. iWQiP0L K csSi EXPERT OPERATORS WANTED. TYPE WKITEKS; nil kinds for lent nnd for sale; fciond-hand. "CALIOltAPH OFFICE," ill) Fst. Tilepl.ono No. 11S-S, The Remington TYPE-WRITER. STATIONERY AND SUPPLIES. COPYING. A SPECIALTY. WYCKOFF, SEAMAN'S & HENEDICT, Corner of tlh and F sts. Telephone No. 330-S. IJIXCELSIOR CLOCK ItEPAIKINd DEPOT, li No. 05H Pn nvo east; all orders piomptly attended to; nil kinds of clocks for salo ou monthly or weekly payments. .T.Q. DATES, IJl II. YOUNGS, STEAM CARPET CLEAN J.1 lug mid renovating works; feathers ren ovated, mattresses mado over, furniture steamed and moths destroyed, 1122 Pa, nvo. Factory, corner Bth and K sts. a. 0. TAMES RUTHERFORD, DEALER IN FINE O Family (Iroeerles nnd Provisions; also Wines nnd Liquor. 1)0(1 D st. 11. w. Spo olnlty mado of Puro Aldcn Fruit Vinegar. J.1 L. KERVAND, 1012 PENNA, AVE.. EN . prner. Platound nO vlsltlnir cnrils. hi) tents; CO enids Irom snmo plate. ir, cents; 10U cards printed from plate. 7r cents. MEDICINE FOR DOQS. All Ill'onsus Curod. (1EOIK1K WOOI.DRIDOE, Cor. IU st. nnd tld. live, a. w. JVA A7"ANTi:i) Tu Rent 11 llullsour II tu IT 10 rooms for family of adults near tho Caiillol; Capitol Hill prelcrred, Addioss Z, Crlllo ofllco. EDUCATIONAL. (W"WWN'."V"WvVk'w-v"iV."V "VWWVN'VX'N "S.'VWW IPO AltT STIIDKNTS mill 1'nrcnts-At J tho Natlonul Aendemy of Flno Arts, cor ner lbth st. nnd N. Y. avo., 0110 enn roeolvo tho inoit thorough Institution In ei cry stylo of draw Ing nnd painting; years of study saved, Mrs. Iinogeuo Robinson Morrcll, tho founder and teacher, has had twelve medals unci studied fifteen iciirs In Europe wllh tho most (elebrated uitfsts. Particular attention to sketching from nature. Children's Saturday class. S1Q per year, The Norwood Institute, AFelcitllnnidlngnnd Dny School for young ladles nnd llttlo girls, reopens with Its cus tomary laigo corps of prof ussord and teachers, tuventccn In nuinhir, SEPTEMIIEIl HO, 1885. Courso of study complelo from Primary Clnss through Colleglnto Depart mout, with thorough Instruction III French, (Icrman. Mu slo unci Art, Adinnceil rlnsses in .Music, Llteiiituro unci Modern Languages osui to outtldo pupils, llcferemus: rillrcns of Washington City and Patrons, AddroM Mlt.ANU.MHH. V i, D. OAIIGLL. 1-rincip.us, 121J 11ml 121 1 llth stn w. fcl MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE UNI VERSITY. OF (lEOROETOWN, '1 ho thlity-scienth session will begin nn MONDAY EVE.NINO.SKIT.'.'I, lit H o'clock, In the College building, corner of Tenth and i: Uriels, wllh 1111 Introductory nddross by Piof, C. II. L. KkliiMlnnldt, M. D., to which tho piofcsslon and publlo uiu respectfully Invited, For fuithcr Information apply betweon tho bonis of U und 10 11. in., or I and np, m to J. W. II, Lovejoy, .M. I),, Dean, Ko.UOUT'woUlli stiei t n w. so'JMm SPENCERIAN HUSINESS COLLEOE, COR. Dili nnd D sts n w A pinctlcul business education that qualifies young men und wo men 10 support inemsoiios nun guccussiuuy icrionn mo active unties 01 me. Tiiorougu nstiucllon given 111 rapid writing, tho English UI1I4IIUKO, UOliUI-llOIIUUIiei') iUOICI L'JIIllllUtlUIIB. look.ki enlnc. IhimImosh nriintleo. eoininerclnl -.: .,.-..... 1. ,.:..,.... .)..., jaw, political ocoiiomy.sienogriiphy nndlytio- wiltbiL. Itetrulnr ilnviimi nvenllnr sessions ro sumed Tuesduy, Scptomber, 1, ut 0 o in and (1 p in, Ofllco open for arrangements by tho year or qunrtcr on and after Monday, August iil. A full corps of touchers. Illustrated cir cular, giving Hill Information, sent freo on ap lillcatloa. HENRY 0. SPKNCEU, Prlnolpal. Mrs, SAltA SPENCER. Ylco-Princlpul. LECTURES. T m u vi;Ni:itAiu,i: I'. AV. I'Altltl'.lt. 11. II.. Archbishop of Westminster, Will dcllicr two lectures In this city, ns fol lows, In tho CONOREOATIONAL ClIURC'Hi F11II1AY ElENIMi, Oct, 10, Subjiet: "DANTE." SATt'iuiAV EiTNINo, Oct. 17, Subect! "HODERT IIROWNINO'S POEMS." Tickets TTk cntsnml Sl.wlthout extra charge for rniricd scnts. On sale nt llrcntnnn's, bo nlnnli'g Jlondny morning, Oct IS, nt 11 o'clock. Doors open al'.: lectures at 8: nan Irites at ll.lc). RACES. NATIONAL JOCKEY CLUB! THE FALL MEl'.TINO WILT, TAKE TLACE Illuiidiiy, Oclober ltllli, Tiiesdny, Ortubor "Otb, Wfil)iesiliiy, October"!!, Thursday, Oclober IPJil, I'rldiiy, October 'Mil. FIVE RAGES EACH DAY. Grand .Steeplechases ! ALL THE BEST HORSES. riltST HACK r.ACII DAY AT IIALV TAST ONi: O'CLOCK. Perfect order will, as usual, bo prcjorved, nnd no disreputable tsirsons will bo admitted lo tlio(lround3or btniid, Special Race Trains of tho llaltlmoro & Ohio nt 13:10, I'.VSO, 1 uudlt'lop. in. Return linlnswlll boln uniting when tho races nro over. Itound-tilp tickets only Ten Cents. Members' lladges can be obtained from Mr, It, 1'. linker. -no Pennsylvania avenue: utthu ofllie of Club, Tenth stieet nnd Pennsylvania nvenuc. nnd nt tho olllco of Mr.. I. 1. Olm stend, 1 110 New York avenue. Stockholders of tho National Fair Associa tion can obtain their tickets fiom Mr. (leorge It. ltei cttl, ncietnry, 171 Pcnnsjlvnula nvo. J. P. OLMSTEAD, President. II, 1). McINTVRE. Sceietnry. FOR SALE AND RENT. A1 IISTIN P. llllOWN, HEAL ESTATE AND LOANS, 1120 V Street Northwest. HOUSES FOR SALE. 0 new brick houses, cor 13th st, each.. Wnllaek Place, 81,500 Ililik house, 13th st, aboio Iowa Clrolo.SJ,2JO Jlrlck bouc, A st, near Capitol $7,000 3 brick bouses, vt nvc, bet T and W ets ViflW tuSI.OV) 4 brltk houses, 1,'tb street, bet Q nnd R S3.500 to SH,500 2 brick houses, p street, bet Bth and 10th, inth $7,000 Dilck house, II st 11 0, bet 10th nnd 12th. $2,000 ISrlck bouse, 10th tt, bet P nnd Q Sts.OOcl Uriel: bouse, M st, bet 16th nndsth....StS,t0 JJbilckl houses, 0 st, bet llth and nth, caib 510,000 llrkk house, F st 11 w, bet (Ith and 7th. .310,000 llrlck bouse, D st, bit 2d nnd 3d n w....SO,000 llilck bouse, Corcoran st, bet llth nnd 13th SO.OOO llrlck house, 13.V st w, nenr Smithso nian Institute S7.O00 5 brick houses, 23t h st $3,500 to $7,000 llrlck hone, Mb and I nw $10,000 3 brick houses, 13th st, near T n w $5,500 I.nigoiloublo house, Muss nvo, bet 12th tt ami '1 bourns Chile $;O,000 2 hi III: houses, sts fit, bet Cth ami Tth, $1,200 and Sl,500 Large house, near Scott Clrclo $133,000 2 brick houses, D st Tlh, inch 11 0, bet Cth and ,$),300 llrlck house, llth st, near Agricultural Dept Sl.noo Houf 0 nnd corner lot on Conn nve, sult nblo for lino building $13,500 llrlck house, P st, near lSlh $11,001 llrlck house, L st, bet 20th nnd 22d $0,500 llrlck house, M st, bet 10th nnd llth, with stable $JO,000 Illicit bouse, cor 17th nnd It S3.0XI Framo cottngc, inrgo lot, T st, nearN lluio $1,000 Hi lek house, I st, bet 18th st nnd Penn nio $20,000 llrlck houso, 10th st a c, bet F and O. 2 brltk bouses, lllggs st, each llrlck house, cor lllggs and 13th llrlck bouse, Vt ave, bet K and L sts. ..S2,000 ..$3,5W .$l-000 .$35,000 llrlck house, N et, bet 17tb nnd lSlh n W $10,000 Now bilck house, Iowa Chclo $10,500 111 lek houc, cor Mass avo and 13th St. .$19,000 Vacant property In all Ecetlons of tho city nnd suburbs. Soveml houses for rent, furnished nnd un furnished. Money to loan on real cstato security. I.nrgo loans a spcclnltv. "rti'AT, i:stati: iiui.i.etin THOS. E. WAOOAMAN, 017 1' street. Chiingcs mado Wcdncsdnys nud Satmdays. THREE-bTORY 11RICK AND FltAME HOUSES FOR SALE. Northwest. OSOIllhst.bh.mod Im.l.'lia $12,000 711) Mb st, b h, mod Im, 17im U,2nI ISlMliht, bh, inodlm, 17 is 11.2H.I ?.1I Kth st, h b, mod 1 in, 17 is 11, Ml 1013 lOlhst, lib, mod Im, 10 is ll.oix) 017 II bt, li ii, mod Im, lots 10,5.so 78221st bt.bh, mod Im, 12 rs ti.ood tlio N Y 1110, bh, mod Im, 12 rs ii.ono U33 I st, h h, mod Ini,l.'l is H.500 bio I st, h Ii, mod Im, 10 rs 7.0il TWO-STORY DRICK AND FltAME HOUSES FOR SALE. Soiilhenst nnd southwest. 40(1 nnd 40s nth st s w, b Ii, mud lin.a rs. .$5,000 M511thstue, f h.Hls 2,1,00 015 1st nw nnd thrco houses iu lcur, fb ftrs 2,.")00 121 1 Pa 1110 so. fli, Srs 2,500 nl4tliiit so, f Ii, 7 is 2,300 312 und 311 Mktsw, f li, Irs 1,000 111 und HlAst s e, bh, 0 is 1,'iOd 71HMhM so, h h, Irs 1,00(1 40s nnd 410 lith htsw, f h,3rs l.ooo 10 lbth st b 0, bh, 4 is bOO UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE. Northwest. NoiorritbnudOst $l,0S.l PaiiM', bit2cllhund ltockCieek 2,(km Per foot Ksl, bet ll'.lli anil lith $100 list, bet llth und 13th 2.75 17th nnd P sts 2.00 NYaie, bet Kth nnd lOlb sts 1.75 K w cor Mb and o sts L50 S 0 cor llth nnd O sts 1.50 Ost, bet Hth nnd (ith 1.M Ith st, hit O nnd P 1.50 HOUSES FOR KENT. , jcr .uouiu 5205 th St 11 w, 8 rs 017 N Cnti tt ne, ml, Ors NILstnw, Ors.i 331 O st a o, S is IMS Mb t n W, Ois lHll 18th st n w, 7rs 221.1 7thst 11 w,0rs WMirtlust ne, 7 is 1713 Itlggs st n w, 0 m Dascmint B w cor otb nnd D sts n w. S22 0J 20 00 20 00 20 00 10 00 1H 0J 11100 15, (W 15 IK) 15 00 bTORES AND OFFICES. Per Month. 020 Lnavon w, stoio, Irs 100 00 (.27 La avo a w, stoio, 5 is 100 00 So cor Ith and N sts, stoio and dwel ling, ml, 11 is 7500 loiui'stn w, stoio, 1 100m moo lC00 25thStllW, StOlO , 25 UO di-H La nvo, 3d lloor, I 1 s, olllco 30 00 0th and Pa live, n w, 100m 13, olllco,... 22 M om F st, room il.onico 20 00 018 F st, loom 2, ofllco 15 00 (Juntonbldg, rcom25, ofllco 13 00 LOANS. In sums to suit nt 0 per cent. Tlio nboi 0 is only a Binnll portion of prop erty on my books. Fur full list eullutoulio for bulletins Issued on 1st and 15th, AMUSEMENTS. A I.llACdll'S (Iriinil Opcru-Itmiso. iff COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOIIElt'edvo EVERY EVENINO 'vlo MATINEES Vt EDNE1DAY AND SATt RDAi t A WEEK oTioLlD 1'L'N. rUNNIEIt THAN ALLOTIIEItS COMUINEI) Tho Popular Comedians, J'.VANN AMI IIOI1V, Presenting tho Latest Comic Hit, -A. PAHLOE JiZA-'EOXX. TEE Fl'NNIEST PLAY EVER WRITTENH Buy L'HAltl.ES IIOYT, autlior of "A niinehl in Keys." Ilepleto with New Muslo, Now Hongs nnd Sldo-HnlUthur HlltinlloiH. Cuinii lircpnred for n big, hearty, protongc IB laugh that will Inst vour ilfotlino. H M'xt ivceK-riiANK MAYO, Iu his Urcntoi' auccess, MOIIDECK. XTllW NATIONAL TIIILVTlti:. MnVtllV IICTfltlvllln AND EACH OTHER NHIIIT OF'I'lli: WEEKJ WEDNESDAY AND HATl HDAY .MATINEES. t Tho Accepted Artl't nnd (ireat Favorite, .till. HOI, AM) lil'.l'.n. Who will show tho patrons of tho thoatro that thcro Is ono HHJaVCBTJO In which cicryoimcanple.iahtlypartlclpato Mr. Reed, tho otlglnal American Ko-Ko.wlll olTcrlii thisilty for tliohut time a now mot ley on themes fiom "Tho Mikado," besides oilier f.oiiffs. An evening of piiri',lcgltlmnto. Irrepressible) fun Is gunrnntiecl by REED In Ill'MIIl'O, Noxt wcclc, JAMES O'NEILL.. ..In,. .."MONTE CRISTO." Iconic; ,s opiiua-iioi'si:. MINSTRELS COMING. Threo Nights nnd SnlurduvMatlneoOnlr. COMMENCING) TIIl'RSDAY, OCTOIIER 15. The Celelir.rteit TIIATCllIUt, l'ltl.llltOSi: .1; WIIST'S JMA.M.lIOl II .lII.NSTIli:i,S. llio now nnd nxccllent features eonlstnf;-1 inoi.nv. 11 renins song nnu iinnee, tno roxi iiiuii uog. inoiiiacK Ationis, tno Drum.ua Jor'sPnrade. OCi ODER 10-HOYT'S "TIN SOLDIER." Hi:it()(I'S Nlulli-st. Oporu One equuie north of Penna,. House. lr. it p. 111. 1 Two Performances Dally. H p. 111. Ilrllllant Production of the Great Sensational I Molo-Drnmn, A CELEBRATED OASE. S2)I'oi'iti.in PnicKs: To FnmllvCIrelo. 10c: Pnrouet und Orchestra Chairs. 2Tkj. Noextrn 1 charge for rcsericd scats, secured sit days In I nilvanco. ai inuiinees only, cuiuiieii liiiucr 12 jenrs of ugoudmlltcdto ro-crved chairs lOo. L'ox-ofllco open from 8 11. in. to 10 p, in. Oct 10 Harry & Fny's "Irish Aristocracy." tmjii: mils mm, ' ' t Penna. nve., near llth street. ft 1 iipiiion.iiiio iiiiiiiciioiit ,iiu j,uiuir 1 crioriu . nneo for Ono Dime. Tho Eminent Actresses, 1 Jlls llcleno Adcll nnd Miss nrall I.ncellc, I nrslstcd by W, O. Englo nnd tho Uieat Pnrlc I TlicntroCoinpnny, New York, that will np- ' penr on -Momlay, Tuesday nnd Wednesday af ternoon nnd night In (Hilda's famous dramati zation, MOTHS, On ThurMlay, Filday nud , Sntiinlny, ONE NIGHT IN ROME. Admission to nil only 10 cents, Seats reserved thrco ' dais Iu advance. T iiiiLVTiti: co.itio.ui:, Tho Famous I ALICE OAT E S, ' As "Raphael" In THE FIELD OF THE CLOTH OF COLD. 'IhaOraugiis, Hud nnd Lulu, "Ward," tho Dcccntrlc. An Entlro New Femalo Minstrel Sccno. Matinees Tno'ilnv, Thursday and Saturday. riMli: WASII1NOTON IEINK, .1. Ninth stand It I Avo. THE ELITE RINK OF THE CITY. Tin: oitiniNAi. MiiMiirr-j. Wedncsdny nud Thursday, October 1 1 and 15. Rebate tlckctsat tlio Drug Stores. )lt01T.SMUl SHELDON'S DANOINO Academy, 10OI 1' st. Adults, Monday, Wcdnesdny nnd Fildny, 7 to 0.30. Juienlloi, Monday und Wednesday, Si'10 to B; Saturday, 1 to 2:30. All latest dailies. Franklin Institute, Phila. ;rd nnd .lluiliet HtrectN. Open 10 n. m. 10 p. m. (Sundays Excepted) Until October 31. Finest Colkitlon nf Patented Novoltlos over Exhibited. CONOEETS BY OEItMAHIA ORCHESTRA, 1 Chns. M. fcihmit, Leader. ADMISSION, r,0e. CHILDREN, HALF-PHICli Coupon Tickets (not good If dotnehod) 10 for $3.50, Apply to tho Director of this Exhibition for Excursion Hates. FINANCIAL. Wo OnVrl'li-Kt-Cliiss (I PorCmit. UihhIn for Inirslmiiiit, Wltieli AVo Clin Itecoiiiiiiouil tn I'msoiisAVlsIilnjc Such Seuurltles. Fjicclnl nttcntlon given to Departmental nncf other Collections. Iluy nnd tell Unltocl States Donds nud All District Sccurltlos. Wo Issue DRATTS AND CIRCULAR LETTERS OP CltEDlT ON EUROPE AND THE EAST. TOWERS & GREEN", NO. 112n V STItllKT NOltTIIWEST. AVnthliigton, D. C. CAMPBELL & CO., Stack. Grain, Frovisiou and Petroleum Brokers, 1420 Fonna. Avo. (Up atttirs). Direct wire tu Noiv Yorlc unit Chicago. J. VANCE LEWIS, BEOKBR Stocks, Grain, Provisions and Oil. I.o Droit Illlllillng, Illglith und Fsts. Largo nnd Small Quantltlos. Strictly oa Commission. Prlvato Wires. Constant Quo tations. Otnco opon from 8 a. ra. to 5 p. m. B. K. PLAIN & CO., BEOKBES Grain, Provisions, Petroleum. and Stocks, ST. CLOUD ItUII.DINa.OTII & F STS', Washington, D, C. City references-National Hank of tho Ito puhlie. Chicago Corrcspondeuts-MILJIIND, HOD JtAN i. CO. Constnnt nuotatlons of tho Chicago and New Voik Jlnrkcts from direct private wires. F. 11. LII.I.EV. T. A. KENDia. P. B. LILLET & CO HANICEltS AND 1I110KHI13. Stocks, Bonila, Grain, Provisions and Petroleum, 1157 F faTHEET.N. , WASIUNQTON, D. O. Jlrnnch Ofllco-No. 4 South Holllday street, Bnltlmoro. '