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THIS WASHINGTON C1UT1C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OOTOBER 28, 1885. v X$&jL,&8&2&&$Zt8&mmft?W&aWf a i if . IO IV,; 1.3 f " ' Kf w f M lh ' M I ; L PI !f T In -'I WASHINGTON OKl'l'IO Published Ially, Sundays EittfiM nr ThoEvcnlngCrltlcPubllsiiInf-Corripany If ALLOT KII.llOUltN, l'rcsldctit, W. SCOTT TOWllItS, Treasurer. It. 11. SYLVESTEIt, Secretary. OJtCioo, ITo. 041 D Sbroot I'0T JlL'IMllSO, 'VASIIINOTON, I). O. rnit.MHi Bln-loCopy ? ??$! lly Carrie r. ' ' nts lly Mull, postage jml.J, ono year. $I.J llyMnll, postage pidd. six months..... . 3.50 Willi subscriptions Invariably In advance. Address Till: WAS1I1NOTON OltlTIU, Washington, 1). 0. mciiAiti) ii. svi,vi:sTi:it, - - iMitor. WASHINGTON, P. 0., OPT- 23, 1333 tiii: iuiNii viiopaoanda. In rctullng or the icccnt rovolullon In Eastern KoumcHnnnd oilier movements on tlio Balkan pcnlnsuln, threatening to Involvo nil the great powers of Kuropa in n wnr, the cursory observer of tho ulltinllon would Unruly bo rcmlndud of tlio Irish ngltntlon or dream for a mo ment that the ouo had any relation to tho other. Yet, according to General MtioA da rns, a wealthy citizen of St, Louis, who lias long been Idcntllled with tho cause of Ireland's independence, and while re siding in Franco was even suspected of being tho mysterious "No. 1" of tlio revolutionary conspiracy, tho iullticnce of the Irish propaganda nt Paris is felt wherever nn available opportunity is found for embarrassing tlio English Government whether it be in Egypt, or Turkey, or Afghanistan. Tho organi zation is entirely Independent of tho parliamentary party In Ireland. It la working In Its own broader, hut less conspicuous way, to tho same end and upon the theory that tho moment Eng land is forced Into a war, cither to check the encroachments of I'lis-hi In the direction of Herat or to prevent liur advance upon Constantinople, Ireland will be In a position to demand and to get concessions that, under other cir cumstances, tho llrltish Government would never grant. The Irish propaganda, It need hardly 1)0 said, Is In full sympathy with ltussla, It has Its agents at Delhi and Herat. It Iins them in Scrvln, ltouinclia, Bul garia. It has had n hand in provoking the present movement. It may become n potent diplomatic factor in kindling such n mighty struggle that for tho sake of peace and self-preservntlon ntiiomo, England may consent to let Ireland go free. "England's difficulty," says General 3IacAdarns, "is Ireland'sopportunity," Timi:i: coiid name?. The reorganization of tho Civil Service Commission is a matter In which wo are all Interested, Like Iruo citizens, we deslro that tho new commission shall bo composed of peo ple In every way competent, and whose past actions mid public expressions have shown that they favor nnd nro capable of giving us a thoroughly buslucss-llko administration of tho civil-service law. All suggestions as to tho personnel of tho new commission nro interest ing. Some of them are a little bit fool ish, but many nro-vcry sensible. Of tho Inttcr wo flud nono more sensible thnn that of ono of our Western con temporaries. It suggests and backs up its suggestion with very cogent reasons Hint thcro could bo no belter clvll-sor-vice triumvirate than ono consisting of Jlr. W. S.llutchins of tho Washington J'eisf, Eugene Iligglns of Maryland, and Mrs. Bclva A. Lockwood of thi3 city. Thcro's symmetry nnd consistency In tho suggcsllonl Hr. Iligglns' name was originally recommended by Tin: Ciiitic, nnd wo think that his appoint ment would bo very acceptable to tho Democratic party as Its representative on the board. There aro too many reasons why Judgo Lockwood should bo made a Commissioner to bo enum erated here. As for tho editor of our esteemed Democratic contemporary, we feel suro that wo havotho country with us when wo say that as a succes sor to his friend, Jlr. Thoinan, ho would Jill n long felt want. "Let us Iteform tho Civil Service Hoard;" nnd tho way to "stand by tlio President" in effecting that reform is to make civil servico commlsiiouors of Mr. Iligglns, Judgo Lockwood nn-1 Colonel Hutchins. AN OI'HKATIO SCHOOL. The American School of Opera, which has been mooted In Now York for several years, took deflnito ship about eight months ago, mid It now looks as if Its success hail been priio tlcally assured. Everything about it lias been conducted In a business-like wny nnd it is promised that tho course of Instruction shall ba of tho highest order. The school will bo opened In sixty days. There Is no apparent reason why such n school of musical Instruction should not bo successful in this country. Wo grow ns good voices ns any of tho of fcto foreign nations, nnd wo certainly ought to be nblo to cultivate them. And It would not bo a bad Idea to have an annex to this school of opera, whero Aincricnn nctora nnd nctressos, who liavo lost their nationality by tours abroad, might becomo rcnaturallzod put through n courso of "American fproutB,' ns it were. - Tin: Indianapolis Democrats havo a very energetic way of doing when a disputed election Is on. Yesterday morning tho court failed to tako nny action in rogard to tho Doinocr.Uto claim for n reexamination of tho bal lots in tho count for alderman. Tho Republican commissioner rofuscd to glvo up tho key to tlio box con taining the votes, but ho stood pas Blvcly by while tho Democrats took a hatchet nnd broke it open. It Is said that thoy found evidence in tho box which shows that Itipley, Democratic candidate for alderman, was clectod by two votes. The Democratic commU nloners aro now hunting for tlio county clerk in order that they may file their report based upon tho hallot-box-hroitk-ing, hut Unit olllclnl has suddenly nb K'lilid hlin-clf. No action has yet boon tnktn In the premises. So far as hoard from, neither Vlco-I'rcwlilent Iioiiilrloks nor Postmaster Jones Is Implicated In tills highly original method of can vaslng a vole. Jilts. Ghant is naturally grlcrol at tlio publicity which has been given to the troubles between her daughter and Jlr. Snrtorls. She denies that .Mrs. Snrtorls has applied or will apply for n divorce from her husband. Vlillo Mrs. Grant can hut regret that tlio unhappl ness of her daughter has become tho talk of two nations, slio can comfort herself with tho fact that tho knowl edge of tho iinfortuiiatooiitcomoof the marriage has strengthened tlio sympi thy of tlio people for her anil her family. llcsldes tlio conduct of Jlr, Snrtorls may servo as a warning to American girls who have n mania for foreign matrimonial nlllanccs and It niny not. Jin. Ti:i:mi:ii, who defeated Itaninn tho other day, had a hearty welcome when ho arrived at Pittsburg yesterday, nnd when ho renched his homo nt JIc Kccsport he wns tendered nn immense reception nt tho skating rink. In tho evening a long procession paraded in his honor. In the procession were the city olllclals nnd the houses along tho route were elaborately decorated. Jlr. Teenier promises to become ns great n innn In Pennsylvania in Colonel Sulli van is In lloston. Tin: Colored State Fair nt Jnckson, JIlss., opened yesterday under promis ing auspices of success, ex-Senator 15 nice being escorted to tlio grounds by Governor Lowry. Tho show Is In every way crcdltnble to tho Industrial enter prise of tho colored people, nnd it may astonish Jlr. Sherman nnd the rest of the Ohio orntors to learn that thcro is not n single outrage mill on exhibition. - -- Tin: sincere nnd unaffected piety of the German Emperor Is something not to bo doubted. The good old man looks upon religion ns the highest possession of his people. Holms nlways consid ered religion the only foundation on which everything depends. Theologi cally, tho Kaiser is right, It is tho general opinion, however, that Ger- mnny would be n great deal better off with less religion and more liberty, Senatok Siieuman, who is about to deliver n scries of discourses In Vir ginia, lias probably been Informed by this lime that tho people of that State generally look upon tho lllalr Educa tional 11111 ns a very benellcciit measure. He will not be likely, therefore, to re gale his hearers witli extracts from his speeches on this subject as they appear in tlio Congressional Utcovil, Judgi.no by tho way In which Canon Fnrrnr is being breakfasted, dinnercd and suppered by his New Yorklriends he will not only leave tho country with nlasting remembrance of its hospitality, but n well-developed case of genuine American dyspepsia. It looks now as though Sherman was stealing all Illnlno's thunder, but he will have to go higher than Jit. Glleail to get nway with Logan's. Tlio Illi nois Senntor draws his from Jupiter direct on nn order countersigned by JInrs. Since they have taken to blywlng up the St. Louis street-cars with dynamlto there has been n great revival in tho boot and shoe trade. Tun man who has attractive and mar riageable daughters cannot bo too careful In these young Loehliivar days when ho starts out to capture an eloping daughter. Ho should bo careful about tho daughter whom bo leaves nt homo. A West Virginia man has just found this out. Ouo of his dau;h teis eloped with her best young man tho olhcr day. This Lest young man was very objectionable ns n son-in-law to tho fattier; so ho started In pursuit. Ho arrived at Keyser, whero tho young people had gone, before tho ceremony had been performed. Young Loehliivar was out hunting for a license. When ho returned ha found that his laMy fair had departed. Her father had started homo with her In a prosaic stago coach. Loehliivar bought n tliot-gun nnd went on a cuttlng out expedition. Tho father got wind of It, howovcr, and, hiring a horse, left tho stage, and with his daughter, rodo homo by a road other than the stago route. Ho arrived nil tight aud chuckling with triumph. Ills gleo was of short duration, howovcr. One of tho first things that ho learned upon alight ing was that his other daughter had during his ahsenco eloped with another equally ob jectionable young Loehliivar. These bo parlous times for tho "old man." Determined young men will a-woolng go, and somehow or other tlio fair young creatures whom they seek as life partners aro too often of arcsponslvo mood, ns tt were, Irrespective of paternal preju dices. Tim cm.i. of Ferdinand Ward In tho Tombs Is sandwiched between thoso ol two commonplace murderers. UlNtilct JteiM'emil.ntioii ;hhIi, Tho New York Herald bureau In this city Is responsible for tho statement that Com missioners Kdmonds nud Lydcckor aro soon to retire, and that tho President contem plates a reorganization, not only of thu llourd of Commissioners, but of Its subordi nate branches, Including tho Pollco Depart ment, Health Oillco and Public School management An Indian Acent'H TriiuliIcH. Special Indian Agent Morris Thomas sends nord from Dakota that ho will at ouco send a letter In answer to tho charges inudu against him by tho political opponents of Senator Gorman, and It Is expected that ho will bo recalled to Washington to mako additional explanations In regard to tho matter. WHO'1,1. 1IUV? ! neighbor wears a cotton dross; hl.o ciiiiK's with marlKold and cross All dripping, coiled together, Thu willow basket 111 her hand Is bright with water ami with sand, This happy, happy wc.ithcrl "Who'll buyt" who would not Imyr Tliey crew beelilo an April stream, Ilcnenthun April nkyl Analn I mrct her, (lushed and brown, With brail and bonnet slipping down; hbo looks upon mo irayly, Fho known the prumy upland farm Where berries rliwu hljjli and wiinn, And whim deepi r dull)') "Who'll liuv" Who would not buy? Kho found them in tho summer fluids, Pencil)! a kiimmer kvl To-day she enters at my irate; tho step limldu the fill to wait; And k ono - more I tlnd her. Alack! tho whlrlliiB luivos nro brown, And ho who shook tho chustmiU down In standing there behind her! "Who'll buyr" Who would not buy? They found them In the niituoin woods, Jlcncflth u frosty sky! iKitu Head tioodalo In St, Nicholas. piiopm; in (ii:m:iiai.. Tiindlciiwnod (Col.) Jlu advertises for ("CO glrl for wives In thaUcotintry. Ir Gladstone cnii give Sherman that Ibiewt dlsrnso lie can draw on the South for ?!.- (l)sllns News, Tin: poslllon of Stito llliriirl.m nt Pes .Melius, Itiwn, Is well tilled tiy a wouuti, .Mis. 8. II. .Maxwell. Limn Tunm kin lias been elected presi dent of tlio London I.llirary In succession to II, u late Lord Houghton. 'I'm: appointment of (Icneral Cutler's widow to Ihc Tension Agency at Detroit Is Icing urg(d by n number of Michigan pnpcis. A Ni:w Yoni; lawyer says It will tako tlio 1'nltnl Stairs Supremo Court 1.13 years to get even with business nt the present rate of proxies. A costly feature of bridal toilets Just now Is tlio hand bouquet. Ono of or.tmru blossoms imdi1ellcatcly-tlntcdllln.es recently carried at n New York wedding cost W. Mil. Ciiaiiixs Fchteii, many years ago a lcnillng manufacturer of printing presses, mid Inventor of tlio Foster press, died yes terday nt Ills residence In Woodstown, N. .T. Isaac Davis, n farmer near Lawrence, Knu., Is gathering his corn with n ladder this year. The f talks nro said to bu sixteen fret In length and tho ears twelve feet from the roots. Tut: MliiiAuv of tho late Klchard Oratit Wlilto Is to bo sold nt auction In Now York next month. There nro 1,000 lots of books In tho collection and several valuable, llutes, violins ami 'cellos. Mas, Thompson of Fannin County, Tex., who recently gave birth to fivo children, lias named them Cleveland, Hendricks, Bayard, Mnnnliu; and Chcnowctli. At hnst. this is tho story as Auditor Clie.no Mdh tells It. Saihh Washington correspondent: "Tho President's masslvo seal ring gleams for nn Instant In tho subdued llcht of tho First I'rcsbytcrlnu Church us ho places a dollar greenback In tho contribution basket, lie never gives silver." Mn. W. J. Fi.our.xcn, tho actor, has pre sented tho New York l'rcss Club with n gavel, hooped with silver and niailo from ono of tlio girders under tho stago of tho old Walnut bticet Theatre hi l'lilladclplila, which wns built In lblW. MlssK.MHA' C. Ham,, daughter of llov. John Hall, pastor of tlio Fifth Avcnuo l'ri-shytcriiiu Church of New York, was married In that city ycstciday to Mr. Will iam Wlicclock. The ceremony was per formed by the brldo's father. Among prominent arrivals In New York jcstcrilny were Senator lllalr of New Hamp shire, eprecntatlve Jlltt of Illinois, Hen rcsentntlvo Curtln of Pennsylvania, ltleanlo llcccrrn, the Colombian Minister, and Col, Jerome N, llonapartc mid family. Jliss Jessie SciiLr.r, n nlcco of General IlrndleyT. Johnson, has established a Work lug Girls' llnmo at St. Paul, which has re ceived tho distinction of a complimentary notice In a communication recently laid ho foro tho National llurcau of Labor Statis tics. WILLIAM J. Itr.ST Alllir.STlU). CliurKoil With Umhozzllnf- $7.", (KM) Which Ho Hold In Trust. William J. llcst was arrested in New York jesterday and taken to lloston. Ho Is charged with embezzling $7.1,003 which he held us trustee under the will of the late, Francis W, Carrtith of New York city. Tho money was left In trust for tho benefit of W. . Carrulh, son of the testator. Young Carruth succeeded In obtaining $"0,000 from President lleuyon of tho Pacific llank be fore tho collapso of that Institution. As security for his nolo ho pledged tho Income of the fund left by his father. Trusteo Host acknowledged tho assignment. This all nreccihdtho failure of tlio bank in Mav. 1E82. When Uccclvcr l'rlco took ohargo of tho Institution ho found Cnrrulli's notes with their purported security, but with no recoidof the payment of-anything under tho assignment of Income. Host was practi cally hi charge of the bank between tho time of tho suspension and tho failure. Tho recdver and )oiiug Carrulh applied to tho Piobnlo Cmut for tho removal of Host and the appointment of n now trustee. Tho application was granted and Charles A, Wlilto was appointed, Tlio new trustee sought to obtain an accounting from Mr. Ilcst. Facts wero finally learned which tended to show that Host had sold soma of tho cccurletles that formed tho trust, and had loet others In speculation, Tho case, wns mcciitly brought before tho grand Jury, and an Indictment was found against Host, Mr. Ilcst is well known in this city. Ho has frequently been a visitor here, and was at one tlmo prominently before, the public astho prosecutor of charges tiled against Jlr. Knox, late Comptroller of tho Cur rency, Vi ho was accused of gross Irregu larities In connection with tho defunct Pacific Hank. The matter was the subject of n sp(clal Congressional Investigation, by which Mr. Knox was vindicated.' 'n;iuli't Ionlnao Itoiuro, Announcements of births aro that part of a newspaper probably more skipped by men readers than any other; yet a namo caught tho eyo of tho London World last week most gratifying to all who havo sighed over Siiakspearo's Veroncso tragedy; "llotnco On tho 21st ultimo, at Cotto moiollall, Oakham, Jullotte, wlfo of Mr. Komeo, of a sou." Mrs. Stilling should hold tho Infant at tho baptismal font, mid his name should bo Capulct Montague. SPECIAL NOTICES. fcrt-- VSAAAAS tVvs,SAAAWSAA nr-wol'YTIIIAN Clltcr.i: will Drill tJ every T1IU1ISDAY HVKNINO nt 8 o'clock sharp, under tho most expert drill innttir. and every member must nttend promptly, lliislness meeting Immediately utter dilll. lly order of PYTHIAN CIRCLE. jrsHsi:Ai. skin iaioii:nt.s. Wo havo an assortment of sizes of English Dressed Ala9ka Heal fikln Saccules, Vlsltos and Ulsters, together with Muffs, Capes and Trimming of Ilcnver, Lynx, Skunk and other furs, 1'ilccs guaranteed as low asthosaino quality can ho bought In Now York. B. 11. ST1NEMUTZ & SON, 1037 Pennsylvania Avenue. Noxt to Corner 13th st. nr-SBr-El'r'A 1IUNTO Is of Virginia. JEFF CIIANDLEU of Missouri. 1IUNTON .V C1IANI) Attnrnnvn-iit.!.nv. ,i:n, Will practlco In tho Supremo Court of tho United Mates, tho Court of Claims, the courts of tho District of Columbia, before tho Com mittees of Congress nnd tho Departments, Offices Nos. U7, U6 and U'J Coreoian llulld Ing, JuM-tf r-sRuiVANiiiNaTON s.vi'i: nni'osrr ldu COMPANY, 01(1 renna. Avo. Northwost. Tho Company will rent small prlvato safes hi Its now I'lllF. AND BUnOLAn-ritOOF VAULTS from $5 toSlOO, according to slzo. Silver Plato unci articles of valuomaybo stored and Insurod for nny length of tlmo at very reasonable charges. jT-A CAKI). To all who aro suffering from tho orrors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, los of munhood, &o., I will nond aieelpolhatwlllcuroyouFiti:UOt''CIIAlt(IE. This great remedy was discovered by a mis sionary hi South America. Bend n nolf-ad-dressed envelope to tho llov. Jos, T. Inman, Station V, New York City, Hit. I.llIllVUl vo.v doi.cici; OF 1(107 F street n. w desires to notlfv llm nnlillo that ho will m-nctlco nnlv iinlfl November tho 1st In lids city, lifter which tlmo ho will limit hU prnetlco to Eloetrnnathsr vx(luslely In Philadelphia, Pu, All sufferers who desire his ad vice and consultation should do font once. Ills celebrated Electro llaths will bo administered In tho future In several branch oDIccs of this city, operated nnd con ducted by skilled Electricians. su'il-lmu NPItlNO.IlAN'S HXI'ltlMS, KOIITII CAPITOL ANn D STS. H. W. Oeneral Transfer Agency. Safes, M.ichlnory nnd Pluto Glass moving a Specialty. Telephone, 371-tf. sotO Jilt. 10. MAItlNI'S ACADEMY OF DANCINfl. MASONIC HALL, Is now opon nnd now classes formod overy Saturday at 3 p in for misses and masters; for adults, Tuesdu)s uud Thurjduys, IXONll.M V AND HAI'l'.TV. tVir Vapor Btnc ttso only DANKOKTII'H FLUID, Tor tho best Blow buy tho UANTOUTII. lUKl'OUTIt 1'f.Ull) CO., Jygl 7IK1 Ninth st. n. w. , j.-7M-l'IIYHI!AI, Ctll.Ttlti:. ar.iin Jtnvi'.MB.sr. Ittnetnia IUtii. .Ma-ai:. IIoman H.mii. Mil. V. '. I'AYJT, Manipulator. lloom C, Vernon How, OH lM.nvo. n. w. Wnshlrntton, 1). 0. Mnjwrtlc Treatment of llliciimnllsm. Noil ralsla. Nervous frustration, Inoinnla,lyspop fin, Constipation, etu., etc. ofllco treatment, $1.1. At patient's roddence, SJ.M. FOR RENTROOMS. Ailittlttiinnti nf Three TAnti uiultr thl htwl ItiKtlnl lnee llmttfor 85 eenlt. 11f)K 1-Ilh st n , opp tlio Portland yC) Cafo.havlnir been leased by ladv Irom Philadelphia nnd relllted. suites of rooms, furnished or unfurnished, with nrlvato iffij'li. . - TTHUtNIMlllll Ilunin for (letitlonien, J. with board, In prlvatu family; homo comforts. Apply at l'.-.'OOstn w. llcfereuees rcyul red , 1018 3 8IU t ii w, I.orgo :id-Slnrv ironi room, -wiiii uoaru; also naii- 1,M!lt.NISlli:i Uoomi (lent Onlyl 1 ' floor front; south exposure; bay-window; bnth, wllh hot and cold water, on ramo floor; nlco liinlttire; Sl-lpcrmo. Clifl'stiiw. ITIOlt ItllNT With llnnril, lit HO',' 1 1 1 It ' st n w, neatly furnished rooms, single or en suite, at reasonablo prices. 1JMMI ItKNT-Otia nr Two Unfur ; nlshcd rooms. In West Washington, Ad dress.!. (I. 1 Critic ofllco. ITlOlt KUNT-I'ront mill Himk 1'nr . lors, 1st floor; furnished; to parlies without children; references exchanged. Ap ply nt 705 K st n w. IJMUl ItllNT Tn flclltlcnicn Only, Olio : large, wcll-fiirnlshod, 2d floor front room for SIB, nr ono middle room, woll-fur-nlshed, sumo floor, for S10. Address A, II, C, Critic ofllco. ITtOlt i:nt l'lirnlshiMl Hull mill . sitting-room, sultablofortwogpiitlcmnii; second floor; good location. Inquire at lit Mhstn w. ITKUt 11I:NT 1.18 I Street Jf W, Op ; iioslto Franklin Park, ploiisant rooms, with first-class board; tablo boarders accoin moclntcil; references. ITlOlt HUNT A Coinforfalily-l'iirnlKli-? ed hnll room, with goil board; ulso two largo unfurnished rooms with heat and gas; reasonablo rent with bonrd; convenient to thrci) lines of cars. Apply nt 1133 Hth st n w. F OK lti:NT I'nrlor nnd Itcd-Itroni on llrst floor ndlolnlntr: nlsn nlrnsnnt rnotn nn . 'Id floor. ntlMJl (1 h( ii w- licr,lln4 pass tlio door. I,i()U lillNT-Tun HiiIIoh of Itiiiinm, : hanclsotnely furnlilicd; Capitol Hill; 1st and Sd floors; ealetcr In house Apply at !M1 A stse. ITlOlt ItllNT fill Kith MNW, I.iirgo ; well-furnished comraunlcatlng parlor nnd bed-room on 1st floor; also 3d aud 3d floors, mifurnlMieililocatlon most desirable 7UlIt lti:NT ,Soontl Unriiriilshi'd rooms on 3d floor; nlso three on .Id, 3.'3 Del ni o n e, half squnro north of Capitol. 1JHIK ItllNT IBKHIStN IV, I'li-iisiuil . rooms and iMiard: references oxchangod. IT'Olt KENT i:iogniit l'lirnlshed . npailinents. new furnltiuo nnd carpets, on Sd floor, front room; single, SiO; double, SW two soul h-faelng rooin, gi-j.fiO each; on 2d floor, doiihlo front rooms, S30, or single S'-!two Miulhfaeliig rooms, sninu floor, ll each, or $w In suites; nil thoso rooms with gas nnd heat at this price: prlvato baths, hot nnd cold. Apply ut 513 13th st n w, bet E and I-'sts, TTTiOlt llliNT I'nriilnliuil imil llnrur J. nlshed rooms; bath, gas, hunt; cars nud heidlcs pui-s. Addrets It. II., Crltlo ofllco, 1 '-i I R ,'1"1 "' " "' Almvo N, I'ur JOXU nlshed rooms, en stilto or single, wiin or wimnui ooaru. Jjttl. Ill ,-i 'J IJtlllirillHIICU KOOII1H, . nt SS.nu per month, nnd ono frfnt hill room, Iinnlshed, nt SI per month, Including gas. No 301 st n e. Iyl.KASANT Ironl Itonin, with ltoilld! heat anil gas; In private family; for two, $50; nlfo single room. 1M3 l)th st n w. 1 7IOK ItllNT-Nlc.-ly I-'ui-n UIicil 1'nnit ' room, 1st floor; board II desired, At 13 ad st n e. a?OK IiENT I'lirnlHlied Itooinj (,'on " vrnlcnt for gentlemen In Agrieulturnl nnd Smllhsonhin Depts; refereuoos, Address E. !;, Crltlo oflieo. 170II KENT I'li-iisniit, 3,1-Stnry l'ront . room: unfurnished; sultablu for cen IIo man and wlfo. 111!) Columbia stn w. Terms moderate. TTOlt ItllNT Dmihli) l'lirloi-Kt Iliind 1 snincly furnished; also other rooms fur nished and unfurnished, very cheap. Tho lo cation Is desirable and convenient; references exchanged, 8111 C st. 11. w. vwiP!UAl!!5HI.' ITOlt HALn-WiTrtTciioiiii nir"ciish ' n small framo hotiso nnd lot on O st, bet sd nnd Ith stsn e. Apply to Daniel Keruau, 21" loth st 11 e. Also n lot 31xU0 feet on Mass live, same square, by tho saino party. F OH S,I.i:-Nlne-room llrlclc: Mod liim: Pstn w. bet Cth nnd 7tti Hts: SI.OM: ta'O i-usli; balance monthly; payments leis than lent. Walker A: Wilson, 1UO0 F st 11 w, 17)lt SALl ? iMPiiovm A Hargaln Nlco three-story nnd eellnr brick dnelllng on tho north sldo of Hhodo Island avenue, bet Oth and lot Ii sis 11 w, containing 11 rooms and every modern Improvement. Filcoeil.oeu; reduced to 8.VV A splendid threo-slory nnd basement brick dwelling on Maryland nve, bet 1st and'.'d sts n c, containing 12 rooms nnd every mod 1 in Improvement; largo lot, etc; iirlPo.S1.tW) A nice two-story press brick house with every convenience, on I Bt, bet 31th nnd 30th 11 w; now- $3,000 That elegnntly-llnlshcd dwelling on thesw corner nt Hth and I sts n w; Just completed; containing 10 rooms nnd lino collar; overy modern convenience: tho only remaining ono of tho four, tlio others wero all sold be fore comnletlon SS.ftOO A great special bargain Fine 3-story and col lur press brick dwelling 011 Columbia st, nenrthocor of It I nve; contains I) rooms, bath-room and overy modern convenience!; bay window. Former price $ 1,500, Will bo offered this week only for $1,000 I'Nt.MPItOVED. A splendid lot on tho north sldo of M st, bet l'jth and 20th sts 11 w, IK'xlOl feet. Price per mi ft only 73a North sldo of Mass nve, bet 10th and 17th sts nw, two adjoining lots, each SIX ft front. Price per sq It only ?2 On tho 11 a corner of ICth nnd Sampson sts, four adjoining lots, each 23.0x100, fronting onintbbt. l'rlco per sq ft S3 80 cor 1Mb and It I nve 11 w n beautiful corner, l'rlco per fci ft $3.73 A hnndsomo lot on tho south sldo of P Bt, bet 17th nnd 16th sts 11 w, 23x100 foot. Prlco ior mi It 31.33 I'lhls lot adjoins Lieut Slack's residence. Also a long list of other desluiblo property, Improved and unimproved. Call or send for llt. I), II. WAHNEIt, Old F st. n. w. FOR RENT-MISCELLAHEOUS. 37OII ItENTFiirnlsheil Dlnliig-r 1, ' kitchen nnd bedroom, nour now Pension Oilier; -138 Third st 11 w. 1701: IlISNT I'uriilitlicil for Ilomo ' keeping, kitchen and dining-room, with unfurnished room upstairs; rent low; would bonrd myself with party renting, if doslrablo, nnd pay dinerenco. Apply nt No 80 Hth st n 0. ,M)ll Itl'.NT- Ileslrulilo Dunk ltooni. Inquire nt IOOH F st 11 w. "17 OK HUNT To ITrst-flluss Caterer. J" completely furnished dining-room and lillehen; uenrnew Pension Ofllco; board taken for rent. U'HBdstnw. VANTEU---HOUSES. "ITrANTllD l'or Imnicitlntu I'ur IT chaser, a 31 or in aero place, within 0 miles of city, for truck ,iurduii, W. II. t'lsko JSCa., lliONYave. -rrrANTISII To Iluy 11 Modern Tlino- 11 story brick house, containing H or 0 rooms; west nf 13th and north of L, limit; SS.MO, Addles, Immediately, A. E, (1 1511 Corcoran tt. "TITANTHD-To Unit, 1st November, 11 1Y sinnll liousu, I! or 7 rooms. In good lo cality; rent not to exceed g.'H) per month. Apply to Mr.s, M. J. lllahop. Inillan Ollleo. WAHTEp:nOOMS. "tTTANTi:!) A Noat I'lirriiitiiotl Itcinin IT near tho coiner of 1st and II st 11 w with open tlic-plnce; wood and oil will ho found by lentei : stnto lowest prlco per month; no attention paid to answer that does not, Dlictt Prompt, Crlllu ollleo. FOR EXCHANGE. XXf A NTED-TO EXCII ANO P. URW HTOVE3 T 1 for old ones ut Dialer's Stnva Exohango. corner fith and Ksts, Smoky chimneys cured or no pay. Stoves exchanged for groceries. Old stoves bought, vs. ,PEJRSONAL. AVOUMI (leiiMTinmn l)eirM lli.i ,tV (iinlnlaiieo of a cotnl lookllur Indy for tlienlie find social pnsthr.o. Address M. U. M., Crltl" ofilco. rpvl'r.-VIiri INI anil Hfonngrniiliy I thorcamhlv liiimht nt the epcncnrlan I'.iislnesH idlleic; day nnd eveiilna sessions, ('nil nnd fie thu stenograph; a woudorfiil in i ihlne. f ACUCtlllTAINI Ilium t'p Hqiiil lit Xj now nt re n pair. Mrs. ,L Scott, KOtl 1st st n w, bet O and P. AI.AIIY Oil (lllNTI.IiMAN HhvIiir Infineneo with tho Department clerks cnu secure $leo lo gl.isoi npiiolnl Interview, Ad dress liilliiciieo.Crltlii ollleo. "ri)i;N(I l.AIIV wishes to .Sliiic tlio X ntqiialnlancoof n Kenllemaii, rellnod. sMth menus, wllllim to help her In slnrllng bii'hicss. Adilrcss Pauline, Crltlo nffleo. A Ol:NT!.KMAN, svltli Smiiiii Melius, Wishes to lnnko thn munmltitiinrii nf n rcsrn table Indy, matrimonially Inclined, w lib F01110 mentis: only honorable ladles need nppty. Address Madison, Crltlo oflieo. t oi:nti,i:man n.-sircs ibo a- JV qunlntuneonf 11 hnndsomo young lady lor rotnpaiiy to theatres nud social pastime. Address Alexis. (Title tifllcc. 17I.EOANT Cabinet I'hologniiili. 3 .Li per dozen; lltuly finished; prools shown; satisfactory work; cut this out. Lardner & Co., ft! Pit nve. over Vogt's, WANTED HELP FEMALE. Adrertlfrinniti 0 Three Lines under thlt head Inttrlrd three timet for 3 caitt. TrANTi:i)-A Olrt I'nr (Iniinnil 1 1 housework; gooil wages tn n reliable, honest girt with references, Apply at once, 1310 ltlggs St; rANTi:i)-A Itcllublo, Conipetont 11 woman to do tho entire work of 11 sinnll family, Apjdynt 145'JHst n w. TfANTi:i)-A (Inoil Vonk, Wnslmr 1 1 nnd Irnner; nlo 11 neat girl to do chain bcrwork nnd cleanliu; both must stny at nlftht. and bring rcfciencos. Apply at 5'il 3d st 11 w. WANTI'.II-A Sinnll (tlrl to .Mind 11 child and assist In n small family; must hnvorcfeienees. Address 1101 7th st 11 w. TirAJiTUD-AAVIiltoor Colorc-il Olrl IT to do housework! moderate wages nnd good homo. Apply at lull) Htlist n w. WfANTKO-Cnuviisscrs of Omul Ait J T dress, either nialo or female; can mako liberal commissions. Call 1103 Fstuw, 3d floor. A ANTI'.D Any I.mly Mulling I,e I than SIO per week nt their homes! no canvassing. Call on Panel Art Co.. M'3 13th st 11 w, bet E nnd F, Washington, I) C, T7 ANTIID Two Tnllnrrn-p- 11 nil Two IT young Indies to learn tho trade: lazy botches need not apply. Call ntfil3 11thst 11 w. 7ANTKI-CiitImllo Olrl, to iln Light IT bouework and look nftcr ouo child. Address Mra. C. C, Critic ollleo. WANTU1) A lIiiiisolceci(r In 11 Finn lly of six; good homo nnd liberal pay to nn experienced person of clover manners nnd nmlnblo disposition. T. C. ),, Crltlo ofllco. w WTEDiHELP---MALEv Adrertttcmenti of Three I.tnei under thlt !uaJ Into ltd three JlmiifbrSS cenli. Tf AN'TUI) A Colored Hoy to Cnro T T for horse and work nroiiud house: it short distance from city. .M. II. Hunter, 170 K st 11 w. TANTi:i-Nlx Aotlvo Solicitors for IT n iipulnr local enterprise; good wngos. Address T. W.S., Crltlo ofllco. T'ANTi:i) Two Hones! Curpcntcrs who can put up partitions mid hang doors neatly. Apply nt 1303 lath st n w. WANTED SITUATIONS. Adiit thanenti of Three Llnet under thlt hiad Intel ltd three timet fur 33 cents. -v WVVWWWWVWWVWWIVAW TrANTHD-A AVhltn Woman -Viint.s T T n situation ns laundress; thoroughly experienced In doing good work. Call at 1U0I N nyo.n w. "I'lTAKTI'll-Sltiiiitliiii ' Ciiolc, Wash TT nnd Iron, In a Binall family; rofereneos furnlsliid. Apply Sin Hth st 11 w, VyANTllO-Sltiiiillon liy 11 1ti!iioet T V able wlilto woman ns cook; also by an other wlilto woman ns chambermaid. Apply nt HI 1 .'Id st n w. -y UDNU Mllll orflooil Address AVeiillel X llko to learn somo kind of buslno!; wages to start no object. Address (J V It, CI I1I11 ofllcio. ACOI.OUMD Mllll tVUIiesil ftltiiiitloii In first-class boarding hnnsons waiter; can liirnlsh best references. Address K Hi, Crltlo oft'ee. SITUATION AVANTIIO lly it Ueincf able person us nurse; Is enpahlo of tak ing clinrgo of household If desired, by day, week or month. Address Nurso, Crltlo ofllco. ANTi:i lly 11 Ilospeetitblo tVo lnan. situation ns houseltconcr or to assist geuerally; good references; wages not so mueli 1111 object as agreeable homo. Ad dress M ,M, Crltlo olllce. A LADY Deslrcx to On its Vlsltlng teuehcr for French and English; bo it ref erences furnished: terms moderate. AdJress Teacher, Crltlo cilTJeo. "WfANTUD-NiivmiilHii- 1, liy 1111 In T T clustrlous, obedient boy of 17, n plaeo in a green grocery; object, to learn, Address i:.M, 121 Pa avo so. t7ANTi:i)-Uy Two Colored Olrln I V places ns chambermaids or to do light houscwoik, Address 2111 11th st 11 w. AIUII1IU.IIII.1 , 1RI11!- lit iicurii lllll upholstery trade; Is willing nnd strong. (1, V. W3Hl(lNst n w. A rANTUD-lly 11 Itospootulilo Col T T ored girl, njilaeo ns nurno or chamber maid; relercnces furnished, Apply UUj 30th st 11 w. Adrertltfinents of Three Lines under this head Intel ted thret 1 timet for '83 ' cents. I7Hl 1IEST Colli, Wood mill Crushed : coke, low prices nnd prompt delivery, go to A It Williams A Co., 013 7th St. "ITf ANTK1) Two I.itdles Desire In. T T structlor. In oil painting; prefer at ouo of their residences. Address, with tor. us, which must ho low. Pupil. 1132 8 st n w. "VP '" ANTED-Coiintors mill Klielvlng. Aciurcss couni era, uric 10 onice. WANTl'l) A (lood Cmipi- lloiso; Btnlo nrleo and where horsoean bo seen, Address X Y , Crltlo ofllco. "ITfANTED-l'itiillM for Night Singing T T class Mondays at 11 p m; 30 lessons, Si. School of Music, 7(i 8th st 11 w. VANTllll 1'upllH for llitrinoity TT class; 10 lessons S3; nlso two boglnners on piano; 10 lessons S3. School of JIusIo, 707 tl Ii st 11 w. t "tTrANTED-ALI. TO KNOW THAT Dlt. T T Tnylor, U3I F street, near Tenth, makes beautiful sets of arllflolal teeth for S3! guar an teed to glvo full satisfaction; oxtractlnr with gas. chloioforinor local luiosthetlcs, 60 cents; without, 33 cents; lllllns nt very low pi Ices. T IUCE, NO. IW JIAINE AVENUE; OAlt .1 J. pets to clean, mattresses remade; leathers renovated. Telephone call, 311. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. 17OU SAI.H-nriiinl Kqiinro l'liinii, 7(4 : octave; l'i'rfcctly now; best hi tho city. Ib08 20th st ti w, 170It H.I,i:-i:ne.vclnpii'duis Tlio ' American (Appleton's); our new edition; deliver nil thu volumes nt oneo on tho must ml vniitngcous terms by addressing Cyclo.Crlttu olllce. J 7)H KAI.ll-A .Sinnll Amtiluiirl'i'liit 1 Ing outfit cheap, Address Typo, Crltlo olllce. "17011 SAI.l-CIIISAl' My Celebrated .1. bull terrier bitch, Hjllo, now with pups by (Jen. Hcalc's famous bull terrier; also two puns, B mouths old; nit a favorite color; Hello Is fawn and white; one white and ono blind le pun; lino ratters; a rare chance to obtain n valuable dog, as this is tho last of my l-.onuol. Ouo", coupe Xocknway, less than ono half cost. No 15031'lcrco Place. 17011 SAI.U A lllllliinl Table, Col . lender make; hlrd'suro inaplo ami roc wood; with appurtenances; mtj- leasonahlo pilcc, Addles- Dixon, Crltlo ollleo. -170II SAI.i:-AI it ll,iri:aln-.V Voi-y J" dcslrnhlo olllro business; n steady and Increasing Income to any gentleman bavin, a few hundred dollars. Addiess II, D. It., Crltlo office. 17OU SAI.E-I Muro, Siillitlito For 1 light wink; S31; can bo soon at Opon helmcr's, ft2H Mh it II w, het H and U 11 in. 1 ,M)lt HAI.l! - A K.'conil-lliiiid Pro- scrlptlou case nud ccmutei' cheap, ut 301 Pa o 0 e, J? Mil very cheap foi'ensh. Apply at No t" 0111 st 11 u. I70II BAliI". fllil Ts'ciwspitpors for J wrnilng, Appply at counthigrooni of una pu per. V tut hai.i:- A 12-horso iowor Enslno and boiler Apply nt Crltlo Ofllco. BUSINESS CHANCE3. T0 IHIVS 11 Finn Dorhy lint, Iliuilnp iPO or (loumnn's shape, linmeiiso assort incut of Hats, liidcrwi'iir, Dress shuts. Flan nel Wear, cte. IIILIA'AIID'M. nilTlh t. ACCOMMODATION to I'lirtle-t Wish ing In borrow money 011 household fur littvic, all h ttcis lll be regarded asslrl'lly confidential. Address P. Loans, Crltlo ofllco. 7"ANTI:l-To I'lirrluiHii nHmiill (li-i-1 V eery or provision store; stnlo locution nnd price. AddrvsaCrltlo ollleo, Vl.ADV AVillits 11 T.niiii ol' f. till) I'rntll n gentleman for 11 short tlmo, Addro.cs hetnrlty, Crltlo offlec. AU1IV (liilng Into .Moornlni: Will dispose of some hnndsomo drossos ren sonnbly. Address .Mminilffg. (Tllln olllce, ACIIANC'llto Oct 11 lliirgnliil 11 (lold watch nnd diamond phi In pawn; will sell the ticket, nt a sacrifice Address O. O. D., Irllle ofllco. I I.AIlV riiiiineliilly llnilinrriisii'il i lll sell cniiii'l's-lialr shawl; cmc-thlrd cost; must sell. Address Widow, Crltlo ollleo. I)IIV YOtfll ltUIIIIElt (IOOD.S While It Is dry weather and thus tpreparo for STOUMV DAYS. floods of undoubted quality. HOOTS, SHOPS. CI.OTIIINO mill OOSSAMEIIS. OOODVKAlt Ittflllllllt CO., -12.1 Ninth Street Northwest. AN KM'i:itli:N(!i:i Mllllimr 11111I clressmakiT, with S300 capital, would llko a partnership to start business. Milliner, this ollleo. riATEUllIt to Tnlco Conipleto Outflt V' In llrst-clnss house; owner slek; gooit chance for right person: possession Immedi ately; references required. Owner, Critic oflieo; ; WANTF.II l'lirtmtr With fs.noo cash lit npnylng grocery business. Ad dress (iroccr, Crltlo olllce. THE ORANDALL TYPE-WRITER. This now and perfect writer will perform every kind of copying work that can bo douo on any machine, nnd Is sold 30 per cent, c hcaper than nny flrst-clas typo-wrltcr. Ex nmtnatlon nnd trial Invited. All kinds of stenographic and copying work done on tho shortest notice nnd nt tho most reasonablo rates. Doom ID, lNicllclluldlngtp33 F st. ITIOIt ilcst unil Clifliipcnl t.ntest Stylo ? Clonks go to YOUNO'S, 733 7th st. Illnnk eta from 6C0 up. llargalns and presents dnlly. I7l'liNITl!Ui:, Cnrpcts, UlnnlieU, " Comforts and general houso-fiirnlshlng goods sold on easy weekly or monthly p.iyj mentsnt JOHN SMITH'S Installment House, 413 New Jersey nve 11 w. 7)AllTNi:il WANTI'.II-A Mini or V.t .1. perlenco In tho feed business. Address leecf. crllloofrlcu. "ITfANTHD-To I'urchiisc. it Smiill T T milk route. Apply at 131 F st n w after 4:30 p. in. XT 'WEINliniMUIPS Dyeing, Heoiir TT Ing and Cleaning Establishment, at 010 Ninth st. 11. w., Washington, 1). (,'. All kinds of ladles' and gentlemen's clothing dyed nnd cleaned In tho best manner. Formerly at 2J0 II street. "VTOWIh Your (Hitmen to Socitro llur JLl gains. C. A. Host Is Co, are closing busi ness nt 1230 E st n w. Selling out below roit their largo stock of ofllco desk", chairs nnd nil kinds of modern nnd antique furniture, brass nud Iron fenders, old glass and chtnawarc, Ac., Ac. GKOltOi:, tlio Ilniison I Clin Dross So elegantly Is simply this: I get my meals nt tho Forsyth Cnfe. D18 10th st, for S3 ur S13 nmonth, nnd live llko n lord nt that; hence, you'sce, I havo a surplus of eush to Invest In elegancies. WILL Giii.t-iIdoi: caiiini:t PHOTOS r S3.ri0pcr doz; any style;iatln-flnlsliail work; satisfactory proof shown; success with chlhlrcn, Lordlier Co., 3" Pa nve, over Vogt's T I.. KEHVAND. 1012 TENNA. AVE.. I2M- O graver. Platoand 50 visiting cards, 80 cents; fill cards from same phito, 15 cents; 100 cards printed from plate. 75 cents. 17 11. YOUNGS, STEAM CAltPET CLEAN : Ing and renovating works; feathers ren ovated, mattresses mado over, furniture steamed and moths destroyed. 1 122 Pa. nve. Factory, corner Cth and It sts. s. 0. AlllO OlTint To littroiliieo Them wo will (II YE AWAY 1,000 Self-Operating Washing Machines. If you want onu send us your naino. P.O. nnd oxpress oillco at once. ThoNiitioiifllUo,.23Da,y8t. N.Y. EXPERT OPEHATOItS WANTED. TYPE WIIITEIIS; nil Kinds for tent nnd for sale; second-band. "CALIOIIAPU OFFICE," IW) F St. Telephono No. 113-2. The Remington TYPE-WRITER. &TATIONEIIY AND SUPPLIES. COPYING A SPECIALTY. WYCKOFF, SEAMAN'S & I1ENEDIOT. Corner of bth and F sts, Telephono No. 330-2, TAMES HUTHEUFOUD, DEALER IN TINE tl Family (Iroecrles and Provisions; nlso Wines nnd Liquors, 1)00 11 st. n. w. Spo clnltymadoof Pure Aldcn Fruit Vinegar. I7XCELSIOU CLOCK ItEPAIIlINa DEPOT, 11 No. (138 Pa avo east; all ordors promptly attended to; all kinds of clocks for sale on monthly or weekly payments. J. Q. DATES. MEDICINE FOIl DOQS. All Diseases Cured. (1E011UE WOOLIHIIDOE, Cor. 1H st. and Mil, avo. a. w. JVjEDICAL. Dlt. LE0t7iELDI!.ST KSTAnLISHEI) and only reliable Ladles' Physician In tho city, can bo consulted dnlly, 401 est.. bet.l)6 unit out st ii. w. 1 luiijiii. tiutiiuiuiiL. worm spondence nnd consultations strictly confi dential. Separate rooms for ladles. Oillco always open. B It. AND MMi:. St:i,Ii:.V, thoOldost established and only reliable ladles' physicians In the city. Prompt treatment, Advice fieotindeonlldentlal, Call or write; 512 loth bt 11 w. PILLS OF TANSYAiafU,uatic,,:r. ways effectual, Sealed mrtlculais, 2 cts. Wil cox Spcclllo Medicine Co., Philadelphia, Pa. FOR SALE AND RENT. IIIAI. llSTATU 1IUI.I.KTIN TI10S. E. WAOOAMAN, 017 F street. Changes mado Wcelnosdnys and Saturdays, TIIHEE-STOHY HltlCK AND FltAME HOUSES FOlt SALE. Northwest. Midlist, lib, ml.tlrs l,000 13 cth st. bh, ml, H rs I, mo ,'UI st, lili. ml. 8 rs I.noo tOTUthst.b h.ml.s is 1,100 fill) 11 st. bh, ml, S rs 4,3o0 I-U7 N Cup st, b h, m 1. 1(1 rs -I.IXK) (07 KM, water, bh, 7 rs 3,20) IMS Columbia st, bh, ml, 8rs 3,ono l.'A'l Columbia st, bb, in 1,0 is 2.SOU HI32.-.thst, bh.'Jls 3,000 TWO-STOUY 1I11ICK AND FltAME HOUSES FOlt SALE. 2012 lloundnry bt 11 w, b h, fl rs R&30 lSinivth st nw.f h.Bra 2,fiio Upland 1713 llthst 11 w, bh, m i, Ors.... 2,W0 11(H) bth st II W, f h, Ors 2.IS7 Hirilhbt nw.f h.Ora 3.H00 2(31 lloundnryst nw,bli&rs 3,(100 2l(HKt 11 w, f h, Irs 1,300 213 and 220 Del u o n c, b h, 3 rs 1,300 (.2 to us (I st n e, f h,4rs PiX) 721 11th bt no, f Ii, Irs ?..... 700 UN1MPHOVEU PlIOPEHTY FOlt SALE. Mjrtlost, betNCnpand 1st sts $300 00 (1st, bet 10th and 11th sts HU 00 Noithwcst. Per foot list, bet Del nv and 2d st f0o S 0 cor lot h nnd (I sts 20 S w tor 'It bund L sts 20o Lbt, bet 3d and Ith Ihu Uh bt, bet C and D 17o 4th tt, bet Rand I, ITo (I bt, bet N Cup and 1st 13o 4th st, LctK Olid L 13o HOUSES FOlt ItENT Northwest Per Month. 8135 no 135 00 101) IS) Mill .'...,, (kioo A3 00 MOO 30 0) 33 00 33 00 33 1)0 soon 33 00 30 l) fi3 01 25 0) 3300 33 0) 31 Oil 2000 2013 FbUur, llrs l10bt, ml, fur, 11 rs.,.. 171HN st.ml, 13 r SlJlllhbt, 17 rs 101 2lft bt, ml, 10 1 233Fbt, II rs 170U Lbt. in 1,10 is 2:0 I'M, iir llMsilstst. Hrs :;el !(. bl,u rs H3l::d ft,:i rs 110) Corcoran st. 10 rs HUN Y ate, 7 IS 2133 11st, 7 rs 1313 Ithbt.H rs IMI I'.'lhbt, m 1,0 j.i lKOtllhtt.h iv , .'.'(Mltlut.H rs 1:1 1.M 11 w, llrs 317 N Cap st 11 w, in I, (1 rs. LOANS. In stuns to suit nt 0 per cent. Tho abovo is only n small portion of prop ill j on my books. For full fist call at oflieo for bulletins Issued on 1st and 13th. AUCTION SALES. 3). DNCANSON IlltOS., AtKillmiKar-. IIIANCKIIY HALE OK VALUAIIMS 1M I'llOVIH) PIIOPKIH'Y. 1IHINO IIOIISI'.S M'.MIIKIIED P-llrt AND I'J.H HKIIITIl (Mill HTHKiri' NORTHWEST, IN THE CITY OP WAHIIINOTON. lly vlrleii nnd In juirstiauro of a decreo inind In tlirrnmntil Mary It. Scpilros el tit. as, John P. (''niner et ut., being enuso No, l.'ifd, coldly, In tho Supremo Court of llm Ills lllll of (olumbhi. wo, 111 Hustons, on TUES DAY, the TIIIIID (3d) DAY OF NOVEMHHII, A. I). Wr. nt nil' 1 1 O'CLOCK P. M In front of I he premises, will ofler lor sale iitinthllu nu Hon thu following real estate: All that plcco or pnuel known on tho plat or plan ol llm city of Washington ns Subdivision tit thirty (30), In square four hundred (ITO). Tho snld rcnl eslnto Is Imprtned by two two-story brick hou.es. Terms of sale! One-third (hi) cash, nnd tho bnlnneo hi equal Installments, payable nt six (II), twelve (12) nnd eighteen IIS) months from tho dny of snle, I he deferred paymcnlstodmw six (A) per rent. Interest per milium nnd tho notes nf tho purihner or purchaser to bo ghcii therefor, secured hydecd of trust on Hid properly. Terms must, to compiled with within seven (7) dnys from day of s.ilo. Ono hundred dollars deposit must bo mado 011 each house) when knocked down. All convey anclng nt purchaser's cost. UDWAHI) II. THOMAS, Trustee, mil F st. n. w. HKNKY WISE OAUNKTT. Trusteo, No. 2 Columbia Law lliilldlng. JOHN SHlllt.AIAN .V CO., Heal Estnto Agents. Tltt'STEE'S SALE OF VAMiAllLI. IV PIIOVKD PlIOPEHTY, SIXTH SI'ltEET AND PENNA. AVE. S. E. llysdrtuoof 11 deed of trust, dated Novem ber 3, 1H7S, nnd recorded In liber IMi. folio BO. onooftho Land Hceoids for tho District of Columbia, I will sell at public auction, In front of I ho premises, on WEDNESDAY. THE 2b'ITI DAY OF OCTOI1BH, 1S88. at I o'clock p, in., tho following property designated In said deed of trust, to wit! Lots, numbpred eleven (11), twelve (12) nud thirteen (13), In square numbered eight hundred nnd forty four (Ml), together wlllinll thu Improvements, tie., thereon. Terms of snlo-S3,ooo In ensh, balnneo In six (0), twelve (12) nnd eighteen (IS) months, with interest from dnlo of sale. Deferred pay ments to ho secured by deed of trust cm tho properly sold, or nil cash, at tho option of tho purchnscr. All conveyancing lo bo at tho nx lenso of tho purchaser. A doiiosit of Situ will bo required when the prcqierly Is knoekod down, HEN.IAMIN IT. KEYSEIt, Itccclvtr (Jir.-Amcr. Nntlonal llank, Trusteo. W. C. Dt'VAI.T,. Auctioneer. JL0Af0F0UNa LOST Tuesday Artoruooti, 11 (lold chain, biiteolet and padlock. Liberal re ward It returned to 1)07 aid ut, bet 1 st and Pa a-,0; IOST-Minidiiy Night, Illnnk tint J brolln, wllh hendol head, black ribbon attached. Finder will plcno return It to llerzog'w Opcra-lfonso. REAL ESTATE. A USTIN V. 1I1IOWN, HEAL ESTATE AND LOANS, 1420 V Street Northwest. HOUSES FOlt SALE. 0 new brick houses, Wnllack Place, cor 18th st, each 3,300 Brick house, Fith st, nbovo Iowa Circle. S3,330 Itrlck house, A st, near Capitol $",000 3 brick houses, Vt ovo, bet T and W sts $3,330 toS3,C30 4 Lrlck houses, 15th street, bet Q nnd H S3.M0 to St,500 2 brick houses, P street, bet Eth and 10th, each S3.00J llrlek house, U st n 0, bet 10th nnd i:tli.S'!,ina llrlck house, lOlh st, bet P nnd Q S13.O0O llrlek house, M st, bet lSth nud 20th, ...SIS.OOO 3 brick bouses, O bt, bet 11th nnd 13th, eucl S 10,000 Illicit limiFO, F st 11 w, bet Sth and 7th, . 310,000 llrlek house, D bt, bet 2d nnd 3d n w... .$3,000 llrlek house, Corcoran st, bet Hth nnd 13th 3,000 llrlek houso, 13M bt s w, near Smithso nian Institute S',000 6 brick houses, 2Slh st 85,500 to 37,000 llrlck house, cth nnd I nw $10,000 3brlclc houses, 13thst,ncnrTn w $.",500 Largo doublo house. Muss avo, bet 12th bt anil Thomas cirilo 370,000 2 brick houses, P st, bet Oth and 7th, sts $l,3UOnudSI,r00 Largo house, near Scott Clrclo $133,000 Sbilck houses, 11 st n 0, bet Cth and 1th, each $3,300 llrlek house, lllh st, near Agricultural Dept Sl.000 Houso nnd coiner lot on Conn avo, Biilt- able for lino building S13.SO0 Brick houso, P st, near 18th S11.0O0 Brick houso, L st, bet SOth anil 33d $3,300 Brick house, M Bt, bet 10th and litis, with stable $30,000 Brick houso, eor 17th nnd It SS.OOO Framo cottage, largo lot, T st, noarN 11 avo $1,000 llrlck houso, I st, bet 18th st nnd Penn live $30,000 Brick houso, 10th st s 0, hot F nnd a.,..S2,000 2 brick houses, Biggs 6t, each $3,500 Brick house, cor ltlggs and 13th $12,000 Bi lek houte, Vt nve, bet K anil L sts. . , SM.OOO Brick houc, N st, bet 17th and 18th ii w 310,000 New bilckhoufo, Iowa Clrclo $10,500 Brick house, cor Mass avo and 15th St.. $13,000 Vacant property In nil sections of tho city and suburbs. Several houses for rent, furnished and un furnished, Money to loan on real estnto security. Largo loans u specialty. ITtOlt HUNT AVIiiilo or l'art tit l'ur- nlshed houso, Impiho nt 1730 F st 11 w. 171 Olt HUNT a-Nlnry llrlek, I.nloTy ; built: largo storo, cellar, hall, IHo ideas nut rooms, gas. water. No. 3007 st 11 w; key at 1833 0 st n wi rent low. V 1 on ih:nt- cor 15th AN Y avo, 40 rs, m I $230 03 1-100 H I ovo, 13 rs, in I Kl 33 21 Ijifayetle Squnre 11 31 1321 N V uvo, 13 is, m 1 133 00 W331st st, 11 is, ml 0001) 1621)21)111 St, 1S, ml 3500 1012 11111 Bt 11 w, llrs mm lTaiKtt 11 w, II rs 125 no UlMNstn w.iors 05 00 1313 N II nvouw, 13 rs 133 O) 1315 N 11 UVO 115V, 12 rs 10! O) 301(1 lllllye r Place 11 w, 10 rs 11 ) i 20111 llllljcr Place n 5v,iurs ) ik) 1512 Pstn w, llrs 70 ft) 15111'st 11 w, 11 rn :0(K) IGlhBt, betonnd P 10 00 THOMAS J. PISIIEIl ii CO., IQ.'I F street northwest, 171 Olt miNT-IIottsii 31 Dili Kt 11 111 7 ? rooms-, gns and water; git). Oeorgo F. IlnrLIn, Sll) 1'it nyc m o 1:5 011 IIKNT Wltolii or Part of I'ur- nlshed hoiisej choleo location nnd eon M'lilcnt to curs. Iniiuhont 1710 F st 11 w. 0UNTnPRfPERTY. "TTi Hit HA1.IJ-A Country l'lnco, of J? about Si acres, In Montgomery County, Mil., Improved ltli a lino house, ete; 1 hour's ,!,lm fi-nm U'liwlilnolotl OVCl- It eOOll 1'OlUl! lll- utlon henlthy! goisl water nnd shade. J! Jiess II, )., (filtlooll'.eu. ,tu- ITlOlt KAI.i: Olt KXOIIANOIl-ritriii ' nf to acres, 13 miles from Wnshlngton, oiiinncodiiinli'd road; 5vull timbered, wntoreil uud fenced; Broom name; beautiful view; good locution for stole; only SJ.500; a bar jjiiln. Walker & Wilson, loop V st 11 w. F0n SALE LOTS. Adteitltanetits of Three Lines under this head Inea led three times fur 25 cents, IOItSALF -- JL1 By AUSTIN P, BUOWN, Will F st. n. w 4(1,000 feet of ground on 10th st. n. w bat, Scctt Clrclo mid It st und 00,000 Toot on N. II, avo., bet, Dupont Clrclo nnd L St. Sovera Ilrst-clnss luiusos, ranging In prlco from $10, 000 to S 100,000. AMUSEMENTS. t MIA HOU'S Oiiiuil Openi-Mniisn. EVKIIY EVEMNOATM O'CLOCK, MATINEE SATI ItHVY Robert Buchanan's Lust nnd Oreatett Suc-jOo ALONE IN LONDON; Or, A tVeiiiiitit Atjnliist lh" World. Presenting the young nnd bcauilful nclross, C'OIIA M. TANNI.lt, tut lotted by Col, Win. E, ''Inn's Brooklyn Park Theatre Coin niny. Now nud 3lii;iilllcilit Seeiiery. Startling Meehnnlciil Elleets, Including tlu Wisliiiliislcr Bridge nlld Hoilso of Parliament, thn old slulco II01H0 ., , 11111I thu Hushing Wulcrs. 1 "'-' 2.V, w, i.loand Si Next Week- Daniel Probm-m's magnlfl"ea) company In MAY IlLosso.M, with (lojrh'l,i I ft) nil, Den Mnglnlpy nnd others, "lAOltll'H. "A PIlONtlPNCEl) ai'Ct'CM, J. "Vtonre-tl Orimo. A OIIAND PLAY. llEAPTtFI'I.I.Y ACTED AND (iOIKlHOCSI.Y MOt'NI'EH, wllh iniignllie'cnt scenery, furniture and brio a-lrno direct from tho Union s.iuuro Thenlre. Tlio greatest company of artists that lias l-lted Wiishlngton In many veals, Inch! ling JOSEPH UAWOItTII and MAIItE PltESCOTP Carriages rnn lm ordered nt lO:.')). ONLY MATINEE SATl'ltDAY. NextWeek-Tho DAI.Y8 In VACATION. "VTITW NATIONAL TIIMATIti:. WASllINOTON'S LAtlOlltNO WEEK. Commencing JUondny, October ::), IKS", Every E inlng during the week; Only Matlnco oil Snturday. THE POPULAIt COMEDIANS, HARRISON & GOURLAY, Aided by Ibo Most Excellent Comedy Organi zation Hint has ocr heretofore appeared with them In tho presentation of their famous laughing success, Skipped by tho Light of the IVbon. FUNN1EUTI1AN EVEH 11EF01IE. NKXTwisEK, m it. iuiiints.Av.i.i''j.() it i:no 1:. Hi:i:.()(l'S Ninth-si. Opnrii-lliiiisc. One tqmire smith or I'enna. An. ii p. ill. I Two Performances Dally. I H i. in. Tho Brllllnnt nnd Emotional English Actress, Miss OLAIRE SOOTT. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Nights, WOMAN IN RED. Thursday, Friday nnd S.iturdny Nights, "ca.li., "i.o JTorsalcon. Every Afternoon ntSpm, EAST LYMNE. t2roruiJin Pmcrs! To Family Circle, 10e; Parepiet and Orchestra Chairs, 2."o. No oxtrn. clinrgo for reserved seats, secured six days in advance, At mntlncos only, children under 12 jenrs of ngondmltlcdto reserved chairs loo. Box-ofllco open from fl n, 111. to 10 p. in, Nov2-Swcct.Ii:NNIK OAT.Ur. pviau: museum, XJ Peniiu. n0., near 11th street. Tho C.'reat star of Two Hemispheres, I'ltANIt I. I'UAVNl!. First nppearaiieo slnco his return from Eu rope Every nftoiuoon nud night this week. In Ids grand sensational play of SI SI, ociIMt Or, Strode oil At I, list. Introducing tho tho wonder of tho Nineteenth Century, .Iitole. .Splendid company. Novel Seenlo effects. Admission to nil only 10 cents. Seats ran bu rescned Ihrco clays In ndvanco. mimtll ANNUAL CONCICllT ST. CECELIA QUARTET, Assisted by Celebrated DUDI.llY Illicit MALI! UUAKTllT of Brooklyn, CONOHEOATIONAL 011111011, Wednesday ccnlng, October 33. Ailmlnslon 5Cc. llescrvoil Scats nt Ellis &, Co.'s without extra ehnrgo. pONomiCiATIONAI, CIIUIICII. 3SrHS"Vr.IDr, OltANI) CONCEItT, Under tho direction of Mr. C. A. Chlzzola, MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 3. M3Ii:. NI1VAI1A Will bo supported by tho following eminent artists, their first nnpc.irnuco here! M Edmond Vc-rgnet, tenor; Slg Carlo Batl, bnrltouo; Slgl.ulgl CnsatI, violinist; MOus tnvo I.owltn, pianist; slg Cnrriiuo, flutist; Slg Paolo Ulorzn, musical director. Tho sale of teats will commence Wednes day, Octnhni 3H, ul On m, nt llruntauo Broi.', 11th st nnd Pa nvo, Ileserved seats S3, SI. ) nnd SI. iinconlliig to location. risilI'ATlll! COJIIOUL'. T.. Matinees; TUESDAY, THVHSDAY AND SATUHDAY. Only variety show In tho city. Wopii'sent this week nn entire cliaugo of people) uud business. Not un old faeo In thu place. EVEKYTIIINO FHESII, NEW AND OOOD. 1itori:s.soit siimi.don's dancino . Academy, 1001 ' at. Adults, Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday, 7 to 9:30. Juveniles, Monday and Wednesday, 330 to 6; Saturday, lto2:S0. All latest dances. II "i" uvnimnnn I) .IliUlilUil, Franklin Institute, Phila. 'Mil null Mnrhi't HUeetH. Open 10 n. m. 10 p. m. (Sundays Exeoptod) Until October 31. Finest Collection of Pntontod Novelties over Exhibited. Concerts Every Evening by Gi:itMANlA OltOIIESTUA, Chns. JI. Schmltz, Loader. ICE FOUNTAIN. BICYCLE EXHIBITION. Admission to nil, noc; Clilldrun Itnlf- I'rlee. Coupon Tickets (not good If eletachod) 10 for $3.50. M0NEYT0L0AN. IIIAVi: Monevto I.imn on Oooil Itenl estnto or collateral security nt lowost rates of Interest. No delay 5vhen security Is pood, C. C. (1KEEN, lloom 1, Firemen's! building, cor 7lh st nnd La nvo. MON11Y to 1. 111111 nt Lowest Dales of Interest on renl esta'o Bltuato.l In tho District of Columbia, Thomas J. Fisher & Co., 1321 V st n w. (1 OH TO S500 TO $10,000, AND LAHOEIt ijplUv sums on real ostate; lowest ratos; enllno5V. WM. F. HOLTZMAN, Attorney, 1331 F st.n. 5V. vfoitlVOOD INSTITUTi:. Instruction Xs for ladles only. Class In English Litorntiiro from 0:30 to 10:30 a.m. Class In French, dallv, from H30 to 2:33 p. m. Class In Herman, dally, from2:30to3:30p.m. I'or particulars apply to Mrs.Wm, D. Cabell, 1211 1 1th st 11 w; directly on car Hue, near 11th st elielo, SPENCEKIAN BUSINESS COI.LEOH. COIt. Dili nud D stsn w-A practical business education that qualifies young men nnd wo men to support themselves nnd Buoeess'ulls' perform tho aotlvo dutlos of iro. Thorough Instruction given In rapid writing, tho l-.ngllsh laugunge.eoirosiiondcnco, rapid calculations, bookkeeping, buslnoss practlco, commercial law, political eeonomy.stenogrnphy nnd typo 5vrltlng. Itegular day and evening sessions re sumed Tuosday, Soptombcr, 1, nt O a in and O n in. Oflieo open for nrrangomonts by tho year or iiiuirtcr on and utter Moiidny, August Ul. A full corps of teachers. Ulustratoel cir cular, giving full Information, sent free on ap plication. m,NUy c KP;NCEI, rrncpni. Mrs. HA1IA SPENCEH. Ylco-1'rlnelpal. C u-DR ?? I InTcSs. GEO. WILLNBR Has In stock n full lino of Cnrpctlngs, all grades Oilcloths, Cocoa and Straw Mattings. Also latest styles 111 Well Paper, Window bhndes and Curtain Ooods. Who Window nnd Door Screens. pbioes low, aOBGB -3-riXjXisT33l 420 NINTH HTIIEKT NOHTHWEBT. CTAS. H. SIoGiriI DEALEIt IN BUILDlNO BUPPLIE3, 003 to ll O btrcctnortliweet, noxt National Wiles' Armory. Architectural Iron Wo'ki Cement, H-ster, Fill) llrlek, Flro Clay, Wall Slate, Paints, Oils, Ulcus, nte. 5 Drew's New Drug Store, NINTH ST. AND 1'BNN. AYE. propen all night.