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KLt U. v X. THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1887. DOUBLE SnEET. vff? W I'll Ml 1 if if P I L4 f. P ! P i WASHINGTON CRITIC iMbAJ DaUy, Sundays Kxeepttd BT The Evenlno Crltlo Publishing Company. HA I, LET KILROURN, President Off loo, ITo- G41 13 Btaroo POBt BCILDlRe, WASHINGTON. 1). O, TERMS I single Copy 3 Cents Bairtw:.:...;,;.... weenie By Mall, postage paid, ono year.. sj to By Mall, postage paid, Blx nionltn.. 3.00 Vail bubscrlptlon invariably In advance. Address THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, Washington, II. O. RICHARD It. SYLVESTER, Editor tW THE OBITIO Ii for sale in Nsw York by Brtntano & Oo., Union Sqnaie. WASHINGTON, MAY 23, 1897. SALOON AND ANTI-SALOON. The Hcpubllcan mass meeting held In Cooper Union, New York, "Wednesday evening, under the auspices of tho Na tional AntI Saloon Committee, was emi nently respectable In size and character. E.-JudgoNoaU Davis presided and li ad 110 excuse for not presiding well, for lie was ably assisted by ono hundred aud six vice presidents I Thcro was no special necessity for this extraordinary number, but It was Important to place before tho country the names of as many prominent He publicans as possible who are under stood to bo committed to tho causo of tempcranco Inside, rather than outside of Republican party lines. Judge Davis, besides being president of tho meeting, was the principal speaker, and In tho course of his vo marks ho gavohts hearers to under stand beyond all possibility of question that tho antl saloon movement Is not undertaken with a view to tho organi zation of any party hostllo to tho Repub lican party or not part and parcel of It. 8uch also was tho tenor of tho speech of ex-Secretary Wlndom, which followed, "The Republican party Is tho party of great moral Ideas," said the latter; "It thrives In tho atmosphere of reform." Moth speakers virtually assumed that the Democratic party Is thoroughly la sympathy with the rum-selling Interest, and that the causo of tempcranco has nothing to hopo for In that direction. A number of letters were read ex pressing approval of tho movement. Senators L'dmunils, Wilson of Iowa, Blair, Hoar and Morrill so expressed themselves. Mr. Edmunds ventured tho statement that whatever Is dono In tho next twenty fivo years toward tho abatement of the saloon system would all bo dono through tho Republican party, although tho Republican party has not succeeded yet In banishing tho saloon system from Mr, Edmunds' end of tho Capitol. Tho resolutions adopted arc tho same as those agreed upon by tho Anti Saloon Republican Conference held In Chicago last year, and, among other things, declare In favor of tho absolute Inhibition of tho manufacture and sale of Intoxicating liquors In tho District of Columbia and In all tho Terri tories. Rut the meeting has a political, m well as moral, significance. The main purpose of the movement, thus adroitly Inaugurated, Is to discourage and check tho growth of the Prohibi tion party; to hold Republicans to their allegiance and prevent defections that, In certain localities and under certain circumstances, might work to tho detriment of Republican candidates and poeslbly endanger tho genoral suc cess of the party. This, Indeed, Is about all the movement amounts to. There are honest men In it, but It Is not an honest movement. It Is merely a move In tho political game; and It Is Insincere In tho assumption that tho Republican party stands alone In tho country as tho exponent of temperance reform. Under Democratic leadership the cause is gaining more rapidly In the South than It Is under Republican leadership In the North. It Is a reform that may divide that probably will divide tho old parlies, as is notably the case In Texas, but It can never be coroo the exclusive monopoly of either. It Is all nonsense, therefore, to talk of this question, as was dono at the Cooper Union meeting, as hovlng any analogy to tho old sectional Is3uu of slavery. Public sentiment all over the country Is becoming more and moro dead set against tho evils of the liquor traffic every year a public sentiment Irrespective of party and all parlies will contribute to tbo suppression of these evils. As for the Prohibitionists, they will contfnuo to do their full duty, skir mishing well to the front, consenting to no alltances that will Impair tho Inde pendence of their organization, and re sisting all propositions to sell out for tho benefit of Intriguing politicians In the rear. The visiting military have had al together a delightful week. There Lave been vicissitudes In tho weather, to bo sure, but these aro characteristic of a soldier's life. Rain as well as sun shine, winds as well as clami, cold as well as heat, thunder and lightning, with an occasional freshet and blizzard, are all necessary to give service In the field Its proper relish. On tho whole, our guests will bear away with them the most agrecablo Impres sions both of tho climate and tho hospi tality of the National Capital. Rev, T. DsWiTr Talmvoe, that valiant Soldier of tho Cross, will preach at tho National Drill ground to-morrow afternoon at 11 o'clock. Thero Is no clergyman In tho country so well equipped w.th tho mental arid physical ammunition to make himself efUctlvely heard by a large out-door audience. Resides being an orator, ho is a true Christian gentleman and a broad gauged patriot. If Amkuicas would forego for n time their senseless prejudice In favor of foreign nines, especially stllNwInea much of which Imported Into this country Is an adulterated mixture of fcllmulatlng compounds of unhodthy Ingredients and usu Instead the native wjnes of their own country, they would coon bicomc partisans of tho home products. California, for examp'e, has some of the finest vineyards In the world, Its cllmato being peculiarly adapted to grapo culture, and tho wines of that State aro rich In body, delicious In flavor and absolutely pure in quality. Americans will find theso native wines altogether preferable to tho vast ma jority of tho adulterated stuff which Is sold in this country as foreign wines. It Is only necessary for n fair trial to substantiate this assertion; and then tho prlco of tho native wines is nn Im portant consideration also, being so lery much less than that of tho al leged foreign Intagc. Tnr. New York Sun Is well ploiscd with President Cleveland's tempcranco platform, which Is this: 1 drink beer and light winci my self, nnd I think I feci all tho hotter for tlicm, but I do not recommend their uso to others, because I believe that ovtry man should ho a law unto hlmnclf In this matter, "This Is an entirely logical position," says tho Sun, and then it wants to know why tho President doesn't apply thosamo principle to tho civil-service reform business, for it Is just n3 out of placofor him "to try and force com petitive civil service examinations upon his party as It would bo for him to in sist that every Democrat should drink twelve schooners of beer beforo break -fast." Rut tho Sun's position Is not "c ntlrely logical." Mr. Cleveland did not make tho clvll-servlco law. It was forced upon him by tho Democratic party, and no matter how unpalatable tho doso may be, tho President Is not responsible for it. Mn. O'Rhikn had a torchlight pro cession of 8,000 men to welcome him to Montreal, and thousands moro turned out to greet htm. Still, In tho absenco of clubs, brickbats, effete eggs and tho festive revolver, It was rather a tame reception, compared to what ho had In Toronto, Kingston and Hamilton, Ex-Sheriff James O'Brien of Now York Is putting up "big money" for the United Labor party In New York with the view of swinging It over to tho sup port of Mr. Blaine. Mr. O'Brien takes bold chances. Queen Victoria's love of anything like a circus Is said to bo as enthusias tic as that of tho veriest child In her Kingdom, excepting, of course, the circuses In tho lloueo of Commons. Lonn Colin Campbell's unfortu nate marrlago has Anally broken him up, and he has taken refuge In the Bankruptcy Court. NOTES and gossip. Key. altoed A. Watsos, Bishop of Eist Corolla a, Is maMog Episcopal visitations tn Talbot County, Md. George Gould Is talking about building him (ell a yacht for ocean travel, and has begun by naming It "Edith." Oje of the only two copies extant of the first folio edition of Sbakspearo Is owned by Columbia College, New York, It is valued at 3,0CO. Geokge Hill, a graduate of Rutger'a Col lege, New Jersey, has been honored with a geld medal by the Royal Astronomical So ciety of London, Tnc Birmingham (Ala.) AVu says that COO more business houses and COO residences could bo leased In that city In a week, If they were only there to let. Tn eh c Is no truth In tho report that the Congressional llccoul it to bo used by tho Signal Service Bureau for measurement of wind. New York Tribune, Euwutn F, Ct'ftTis, tho new Chief of tho Mate Tollce of Ithode Island is S3 years of age, a Grand Army man, an Odd-Fellow, a Methodist and a Democratic Prohibitionist. The Iroquois Club of Chicago has reduced Its Initiation fco for non-resident members to $10. It has a list of active resident mem bers of about three hundred and Is on a good financial footing, A new and inexpensive recreation for tho young Darwlca Is to assemble twice a day In front of the Brunswick and superintend the departure and return of the Pelham coach. N. Y, Mall and Express. The "Beccher Memorial," soon to bo pub lished by Edward W. Bob of Brooklyn, will contain contributions from President Cleve land, Mr. Gladstone and some seventy-five other prominent Americans and foreigners. George Bliss joined the Catholic Church a year or so ago, and yesterday tho Church gave him a very charming young lady. Whatever course this man takes la a star routo that teems to run to glory, New York Graphic. The Czar of Russia has bought for ?fj, COO the picture of Admiral Farragut lashed to the rigging of the man-of-war Hartford tu the Mobile Bay fight. It sort of cases his feeltnea to look at It. while his devoted sub jects are pegajng bombs at him. Burling ton Free Trees, II. J. Teh Eick of New York, city editor of The Judge, Is the writer selected to go up lu the big balloon, which Is to ascend from fet. Louis, June 10, and Mr. Arkell, the pro pi Ictor of The Judge, has been making an unsuccessful effort to place $100,000 insur ance on the young man's life. ltiffernoll an Autl-li-oulltlonlit A few days ago, says tho New York U'oi W, Colonel Bob Iugersoll sent an old friend a very old jug of rare whisky. With It were the following lines in the Colonel's well-known chlrography; 'I send you some of the most wonderful whisky that everdrove the skeleton from a feaetor painted landscape s In the brain of man. It Is the mingled souls of wheat and corn. In It you will And the sunshine and tbo shadow that chased each other over the billowy fields, tho breath of Juno, the carol of the lark, the dews of night, the wealth of summer and autumn's rich content, all golden with Imprisoned Debt, Drink It; and you will bear the voice of men and maidens sinolog the "Harvest Home," mlnsltd with the I au enter of children. Drink It and jou will feel within your blood 'nun i j wm "tn itci nnuiu ;uui u.wu the Btar-Ied dawns, tho dreamy, tawny ducks of many perfect days. For forty '. manv Deifect davs. For fortv years this liquid Joy has been within tho boppy staves ot oak, longing to touch the ups vi mao. lMtmppolnteU In Jler Hcrrle. "How did you enjoy jour supper at Delmonlco's last night r" asked one lady of another, 'l want to tell you about It. I called for itrowberrles and cream without looking at the menu, Just fancy l'1 "Weren't tbey Koodr" "Yes, they were good enough, hut they only cost twenty-live cents a dish. I never felt so mortified lu all my life." N, Y. Mall and Express. A SHOUT FAREWELL. I found"myloe In April, I lost my luveln May; Ith tho budi ho came to woo mo. When they bW imd he wont away. And I caienot for the nostra Nor for anything In lUy. hen ho went he klised me, siylng. " Til a little short farewell." But the summer will not In In? him, '1 bo It ring tho f tint nil kmll Cf a fond and truo hesrt bi ul,on By "a Uttlo short farewell," All thorocespoflmewceplnir. And they try to oomfi rt ma, lint 1 hey only make mo rudder MdJomu weep tho more toseo 'I hat t bo rcmoit love inn better, And aro falthfulcr Hi in ho. Aht for mo there U no comfort, nd forme thfre Nno May, For 'tit lote that inakts thasoaionj Inn woman's hoart alway. Full lilesH love brlnss drear December, Faithful lot o brings rosy May. -rearl Rivers, In tho New Orleans Ploayuno GENERAL AND CRITICULAH. They wero over In the camp last evening, talking about military matters, and war and so on, and tho talk drifted around to personal bravery, and Anally somo one brought up tho subject of presence of mind In danger. "That reminds me," said ths Colonel, "of an incident that happenod when I was but a lad. I was very fond of crows' nesting, Ono day I discovered a neit In tho very top of a lofty bull-pine, fully ono hundred feet high. Up I swarmed. In tho nest wero four young crows and ono egg. It was tho work of a minute to wring the young crows' necks and throw them out. Then, placing tho egg In my mouth for convenience, I commenced my journey down. It seems but yesterday," said the Colonel, softly. "I looked up; the beautiful blue sky was above ma anl tho crows, whoso nest I had despoiled, were wheeling In short circles, uttering angry cries. Suddenly, without an In stant's warning, the limb on which I was resting broke and I fell ninety feot from tho topi I lived a hundred lives In that ono moment t" Tho Colonel's voice trembled slightly; thero was a sort of dry click In bis throat. He brushed his hand across his eyes. "What, you fell ninety feet, Colonel I" exclaimed a youug subaltern. The Colonel gazed at him compassion ately, "No, you young Ignoramus. I was ninety feet from the top when I fell; conse quently I fell about ton feet. But tho jolt I got broke that egg. Bah I I can taste It yet." Tho Colonel gazed around suggestively, and be got something to take the taste out of bis mouth. And tbey all baa somo. It was a Georgetown small girl who cams over to see the parade. "How were the soldlora dressed t" asked her mother. "In blue, mostly. Somo had on coats, and some had on pants 1" HInuK as It In In Texas. Yesterday afternoon a well-known gentle man In this city was discussing with a Nat s representative tho prevalence of slang In the country, "Just to show you how almost universal It Is becoming wo will test It right here. It Is ralnlDg, and we will stand In this door, and to every person of your acquaintance who passes by you will put this question: 'Isn't this rain glorious!1 and note their answers." The pair stood In the door, tho gentle man, watch In hand, and tho A'eua repre sentative with note book and pencil ready. Thirty-five gentlemen passed by, to whom the query was put. lhlrty-one of them replied: "You bet." One said: "I should smile." Two said: "She is getting there with both feet," and the other remarked: "Go 'long, Liza Jane." There were others who later went scud ding by. One responded: "I should snicker to remark. Another one smiled broadly: "Young ducks ain't a circumstance." A third carolled: "Bet your sweet llfo," and the fourth lisped bcwttchlngly: "If any body asks you tell 'em you don't know." Tbo gentleman standing with the reporter said: "Well, that do settle It," "and her front name It wan Hannah," sighed the re porter. Dallas News. AUThlDffH Comn to II I Hi Who Walts. Chailey Mylnnch today only cost me eeventy-fUo cents. His Wife That was cheap, dear; what did you havot Charlcj Bread and milk. Ills Wife Isn't scventv-Uve cents a good deal for bread and milk? Charley Oh, no. Twenty-fhe cents for the bread and milk and illty cents lor the iMuitr. Liny, A Fortune Assured. First Omaha Man I am In luck at last. A friend of mine has sent me a magnificent bird's-eye view of London, photographed from a balloon, Second Omaha Man What use Is that? "Why, I can have thousands of copies struck off at small expense aud sell them for tlOO apiece down in Kansas." "Oh, como now. Who would pay that for them In Kansas?" "The real estate agents to show what their new towns will look like w hen they're bigger," Pittsburg Chronicle. Depends ou the Tovtn. Nebraska Fanner I want my larin cut up Into city lots. I thick this would be a good time to sell. Omaha Real Estate Man Where is It ? "About forty miles south." 'lhat's too far oil for a couscnatlvo place like Omaha, but you might adtertlso it as an addition to Kansas City." Omaha W orld . Facts About Fingers. Wblto bands with rosy palms, so be loved of our grandmothers, have gone out of fashion. The American hand Is smaller than tho English hand, but the nails are not as hand some. It Is satd that people with Imagination are apt to have long, taper fingers and beautiful Anger-nails. The good-natured critics are said to pos sess small, well shaped nails, and their bandwrltlng is somewnat anguiair The American nail suffers from tho drv- nets of our climate, as a foreign picture painted on panel suffers from the same cause. Diplomacy has a long, supple band and a beautifully kept finger-nail. The hand writing of a diplomatist looks like a snake crawling away. An aptitude for criticism Is shown among people who bite their nails. These people are cynical and severe, uncharitable aud bitter; they write a small, cramped, Illegible hand. The Chinese have finger-nails so long that they could write with them. The tenacity ot the Chinese nail, which does not easily break, would Indicate that they havo more lime In their bones than wo have. The English nails are almost universally rosy and shell-like, and, cut to a rounded, slightly tapering point, kept always scru pulously clean. Tho skin at the base Is pushed back to show the ooyx, a little white half-moon. The onyx of the finger-nails Is carefully cultivated and polished by the Creoles of New Orleans to show that tbey have no black blood In their veins. No matter how fair the complexion, tho valuable sign of pure blood Is wanting to the octoroon If tke onyx Is clouded. Mall and Express, nuClllTS III UCITV1IJ, I Compass charms aro In demand again for J gentlemen. Novelties lu Jewelry, A small rustic branch twined with forzet- me nots makes a pretty pla. A fern leaf, covered ulth a dew of clus tered diamonds, Is one of the most graceful of pins. A coll of black oxidized silver, with a dia mond In Its centre. Is one of tho newest scarf-plns. A silver-handled riding-whip, with a gay cotorrdlash, Is something that every fair equestrienne should have. Large opals In combination with dia monds and other stones are used In the gor geous Insect pins now so popular, A mosaic heart pendant of forget-me-not pattern, lately seeu, was suspended from a bow-knot of the same stylo. A very popular scurf or bonnet pin is the horseshoe set with two rows of gems, one of rubles or Bapphlrei, the other of dia monds, Among seasonable novelties Is the straw berry pin, of clustered rubles, the gold set ting representing tho seeds very faithfully, A diamond edged crescent, ebowlng In the concave the profile ot the old man in the moon In red gold, Is a noticeable novelty In scarf pins. A tloy enametcd arbutus or a forget-me-not, the former set with a small dumind aLd the latter with a small peart, are among the daintiest of icarf pins A snuffed candle-end, with blackened with and grease dripping dowu tbo sides, and a rustic's Jsck knife with two bUles, aro novel form for match boxes. Ihe small double violet lu pluk, white, black or purpllbh enamel Is frequently used as a ersrtpln, and the delicate calU Illy, with pistil of diamonds, is utilized as 4 bon- , ntt or tcarf ptu. Jeweller' Wvekly, 8PECIAL NOTICES. tar SPECIAL EXCURSION DECORATION DAY, The Scenic Resort of tho Blue RiJjrc. 2,000 FEET ABOVE THE SEA. A BAND OF MUSIC AT TUB TAVIUON. Special train will leave Baltlmoro nnd. rota mao Railroad Station at 0 a. m on MONDAY, May SO; returning, leave Ten Mar 0 p. m. FARE FOB HOUND TRIP 51.75. Children, between s and 1) years, 83 cents Secure tickets early from agents of com pany at station. NOTICE. Visitors to Mount Ver non wno havo neon pnotograpnoa in the groups, can procure copiei of tho ptoturo taken by Luko C. Dillon, photographer, at PULLMAN'S GALLERY, 033 Pa avo. WILLIS' ICE DKPOT, 13tli nnd Wntei- trnetfl ftnuthWMt. I'll II tupply of beat Penobscot Rtvcr Ice always on band at lowest prices. Patronlzo red wajrons and get full weight. Large consumers bavins tbelr own wagons will bo liberally dealt with by sending to the Ico Depot. Contracts maae for ono or moro years. Large wharfajro and storage facilities. Telephone call, 489-3, suns cm it ions ron the run- llnrnnrnrt tn lirt clvfln bv Ilia Na tional Bines' Band In tho different public Iniaa ui iijv tJiy, win uo ii;iiihm ut wo ntui om ce ana iu moiecrmi e, mi rs hyp n w. 8AFK AND PROF1TA11LG TIIK WA8HINOTON IMFIUIVKMICMI' COMPANY OF WASHINGTON, D. C. Incorporated April 12, 1887. Capital stock, $10,COO; shares of 810 each, All persons who nave subscribed or desire to snbocrlbo to the capital Btock of ttala com pany are requested to call at tho office, 8 W Pa ave e, to receive their certificates of stock and sign tho constitution and by-laws. D nil nn. to. MICHAEL I. WELLE It, EDWARD J. HANNAN, AUGUSTUS D. COPPK3, LAWRENCE QARDNER, GEORGE R. REPETTI, .TAW EH FJIIOOI), S. TAYLOR SUm GEO FRANCIS DAWSON, LAWRENCE CAVANAUOII, Hoard of Directors. OFFICE OF rt. II. EVANS. 1321 Fat. n. vk cum m law io jsu utr like us run &uu STATES AND TERRITORIES. NOTARY PUDLTO. Telephone, 053-8, Ilours from 9 to 4:30. EsSr April 8, 1837. Tho limited co partnership heretofore ex isting between AMlaon II. Houghton, as gen eral partner, and Columbus W. Thorn, as special partner, under tho firm nama of W. II, Houghton & Co , tbo certificate whereof Is recorded In tho Clerk's offlco of tho Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, In liber "Limited Partnership," folio 40, Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. w, ii.nouanTON, KJ. Y. 111U1U1. I do hereby certify that tho foregoing Is a uo copy of paper llled In tho Clark's oftlce t thn fainrnmn (?ntirt tt thn DUtrlnt nf Col umbia, this 8th day of April. A. D. 1887, and do hereby designate the Washington Post and me waBDingum tnuo as me two imwanupurs in which tbo same shall be published onco a week for four weeks. R.J. MEIGS, Clerk, &o. Rylt. J. MEIGS, jn. Assistant Clerk. rxt?STORAGE. STORAGE. Weeks & Co , auctioneers. C37 Louisiana avenuo, opposite city Postoffleo First-class storage; uso of elevators; careful handling; Sods packed for shipment, If necessary, rge brick building, as near Are proof as possible Low rates. NOTICE. BEAUTS DINING-ROOMS FOR LADIES AND OENTLKUEN, oat Pa. ave. Meals eorvod at all hours, breakfast and dinner made a specialty, for 25a. per meal. Try our oysters and oyster lunch. N. R For further particulars, call and see us wo Ta. at o. E. M. BEALE, Manager, Formerly of Dealo Bros , 42110th st. n.w. DR.S.T. MASON, Dentist, Form orlvof 4Vst. baa removed hi 9 office to 1301 Fenna. ave., corner 12th at. Cocaine and gas given. LIME. X.IBXE. JOHNSTON &UBBEY, (Successors to Cartwrlght Jb Johnston,) MANUFACTURERS OF LIME. Kilns and Office, 1035 COth st n w. -33FIRST PAYMENT- -13th ISSUE. DUE MAY, 1337. EQUITABLE CO OPERATIVE BUU.DINQ ASSOCIATION. Subscription for shares in the 13th lssuo and tho first payment thereon can bo made daily at the offlco of the Association, 017 F street, from 8 jo a. rn. to 4JJ0 p. m. Pamphlets ex plaining the object of tho Association, Its ad vantages, eto , furnished upon application, THOMAS SOMERVILLE, Prosldent. JNO. JOY EPSON. Secretary, 017 V st. MOORE A SCHLEY, BANKERS AND BROKERS, 80 Broad street, New York. branch orricrs: 73 Wall St., N. Y. 111 South 3d st., ThUa. Connected with I. A. Evans ft Co., Boston; E. L. Brewster & Co., Chicago; Corson & Ma cartney, Washington; Hubbard & Farmer, Hartford; Warren Quarles, Richmond. Private Wire Connections. Boy and sell Stocks, Bonds and Miscellaneous Securities on New York Stock Exchange, SINE ART AND ILLUSTRATED books bound, full Morocco silt cane: wo have stamps and dies; magazine. 05 and 75 tents. LYCETT UINUKItY, 10W Penn. avo. DB. MoLEAN, Dentist, flfl Twelfth b treat. First-class work at moderate nrtces. Gold and Amalgam tilling. Artificial Crowns per manently attached to roots. Gold-lined Rub- WANTED HELP FEMALE. Tlit following cta$t ot aaitrtUenunit, such at Wants, For Salt or litnt and similar small nolictt, fotir-llnet or less, ont time, 2) ante; tuo timet, 40 cents; thret timts, SO cents, WANTLD Two Skirt II ft nd , two waist hands, also two apprentice i; none but llrst class need apply. Apply to 807 M st n w. WANTED-TnREE DRESSMAKERS; aUo two apprentlcox and a goadgtil for housework. Apply at 1010 11th stn w. WANTED HoneBt.Industrlous white woman to cook and do general houte work and light washing, tablo llnons, &o; small houao, in I; references 1729 loth st n w. TXT ANTED-A White Woman or fllrl TV to cook ani assist in chambsrworklu a unall family. 231 1st stnw. TJ2D A TiiUors.i Immediate- to work la tailor shop. Apply 1780 Pa yi. WANTED HELP-MALE. WANTKD-A Smart Hoy to Make himself generally useful. Room 7, 019 WANTKD-A SMART OFHCE BOY: good Blze;utojice. Room4,0J3U st, Oto U WANTJU) RKL1' - GREAT Ol'PORTU nlly. INVENTOR, Crltlo ofllco. -ITTANTKIJ A -Will to Hoy to Work In TV a eonfuctloncry storo, Apply at 13H T7ANTi:i A Capable, Active Young Y man, to collect rents and learn the real estate biiBlnosm must come well rorom rnemlcd. Address REAL ESTATE, T O Box 377. city. WANTED- IMMEDIATELY -A F1R3T class waiter; also lirst-clais cook and chambermaid; bring recommendations, fill laihBtn w. WANTKO-Steiidy, Sober it ml Reli able young man about 13 years of ne todrho waifon and attend storo, grocertai tml proTUhmi; a portion of Boma experleave preferred. Apply ut 110 Cat so. 1TANTKD A Iloy Abont 1(1 Tear YV of ago to drive a two-horso team and make himself useful about tho house. Ad dress N D. Critlo offlco. WANTKO-Young Man Witling to cook and somo experlenco at bartend- ihr. xu i in mn w. TANTKO-100 Smart, KnerKettfl V Y boys to sell nn artlo'o which every lady will want asarollo during the Drill It Is a counterpart of tho "Ulster County Ga7cttf" published In tho year into, and oontatns foil particulars of tho doath and burial of (loorpo nFblngton. Call at COL. J. U. MITCHELLU glQgdstn w. , TTtTANTEI A Drug Clerk With $100, YY to go In tho drug business. Address O, n., critio ofiico. WANTBD-A Colored Mnn to Work In n lnnoh room. Call Sunday at 3(1 II w DARN ANTRll-From 0 to 13 Good liar- hprn nt nnrn for tho National Drill. .I.W. DARNKY. Hamilton Ilmno,cor Hth and KwtB. WANTED SITUATIONS. TITAN TKI)-y A Itespflotablo ColM YY man, a situation to work In private family or worklnstorejoandrlvoa doctor' carriage; references furnished. 110$ gotb st n w. WANTED-Ily a ItellaMo Colored man, aplaco ni prlvato watehminor mcengeri recommendations. Address LBW1H, trltloonice. WANTKD Ity a Xlenpeo table. Hard working girl, a situation lu a private family to do general housework. Address 31ls8 Mary Woods, Ci Itlo ofllce. w. AKTEU-lIya Respectable White woman, a place as plain cook and to BfMst with washing and Ironing: willing and lpm w obliging, tun ror a aya at m Mam avo n w. WANTKD Ity ft Very Respectable colored girl, a placo as chambermaid or nurse; beat oity reforences. Apply at Oil N Y ave n w. WANTKD For the Enanlng Year, An engagement (dally preferred) In a first class school In Baltlmoro or Washington; drpn EX PRINCIPAL. Crltto onlro WANTJSD-Uy a Settled White Wo man, a placo to eook, wash and Iron for a private family; mnst go homo at night; good references. Apply at s w cor of SJd and Pstsnwj WANTKD-Jlj n Respectable ColM woman, washing to do at borne or to go ont by the day. .Call at 414 N st n w. WANTED Situation by a Young white man to bo generally useful In a store or manufactory; experience In running elevator; honest and willing: good reforonoo from his lato employer. Address WIDOW'S BON, crltlo office. WANTED-ROOMS. WAN TED-A Qnlet I.ady DcslreH ft room whero tho people nre not too in qiilRltlve Address W. E 8 . Crltlo nfflco. WANTED HOUSES. WAN TED-A Qnlet, Careful Family of 3 adults desires a house of from 4 to 0 rooms; ball or tide alley and good yard; hot, 1st and Tth and F and P sts n w. Address L. J. P.. Crltlo office XITAJTDTlieTiwiT To Know YY that F. WALDECKER & CO. manu factures musical Instruments and strings; re pairing a specialty. 1417 Cth st n w. TIT ANTED Partner with Small Cant- YY tal. In a light and profitable buslnois; goodrefeicnces. office Address PARTNER, Crltlo W ANTED A Chance to Learn a trade, by a boy lu years old. Addrosd C. N Crltlo OOJCO. WANTED To Buy n Iftanjo- Prloe must bo moderate; also to sell ten shares Grapho phono stock, $40. Address K K, Crltlo ofllce. WANTED Customers with Good reference to buy fine clothing; tailoring on easy terms, at strasburger & Boa's, manu factnrfng clothiers and tailors. Ills F st n w. CHASE'S Steam Carpet Cleaning; moths and Insects exterminated from carpets, furniture, etc.. by Naptbem gas; mattresses renovated. 016 Louisiana avo. WANTED My Customers to Know that I havo opened a branch storo at wi inn st, near ii. uuiin iiuuaks, manu facturer of umbrellas. Factory CIS D st n w. lormcny sun hid si. XXTANTED Two Respectable Me- YY ebonies can get room and board In prlvato family: will havo the comforts of a home; price $40. 707 Cth et n w. WANTED- Old Oold and Mirer TT i bonirht for cash bv WM. FRIEDERICH. the manufacturing Jeweler, 003 7th Bt, opp Patent Office. WANTED ALL TO KNOW THAT DR. Taylor, 034 F street, near Tenth, makes beautiful sets of artificial teeth for 151 guar- anieoa to give ion sauaiaciion; extracting With gas. chloroform or local anesthetics, 60 cents; without, S3 cents; filling at very low prices. TTrANTED-E very body to Know that YY Rice's Steam-Cleaning Works, 493 Maine ave s w, cleans carpets, renovates feathers, steams mattresses and remakes them; also, furniture steamed In tho best manner ono at iqwohc prices. M ANTED It Known that O. BUNDYof4MLa avo fopn Cltv nail) Is Commissioner of Deeds for all tho States and Territories (except Maryland). FOR SALE AND RENT. TJKAI. ESTATE BULLETIN THOS. S. WAOGAHAN, 917 7 B treat.' Cbances made Wednesdays and Saturday. THREE STORY BRICK AND PRAMS HOUSES F08 BALK.; OOOMstnw.bn. ml, Mrs 111.000 1013 10th ,t n w, b h, mod tm, 10 rs. . . 11.000 lm ra avo n w. b li. ll rs o.ooo losistitnw, t b. 11 rs 8,ooo sni3Ustnv.ml.bli, 13 r 8.000 OMN Y are nw.b 6,10 rs 8,000 23 Ind ave n w, b li, m 1, 0 rs 7.M0 NCapandlstsn w, bb.ml.Ors 6,000 l8 5lhst n w, bh.ml.O rs I.000 23Estnw,bh. 8r 6.500 TWO-8TOB? BRICK AND FRAME BOUSES FOR SALE. 30, 33, a. 44 Myrtle st n e, b b, m I. 7 rs.J3,6O0 1 to 0, alloy, bet M and , 12th and 13to stinw 0.000 1114 1110 Oth st s w, b n,7rs,andlfbln rear u.vuu 11& JOth Bt n w. I b, 6 rs, 2 bouses In rear. 4rseach S.000 015 1st st B w.I b.5 rs and 8 houses In rear 8,000 810 S3d st, and !1S. '2t Va ave n w, f b, 4r 3.000 1, S and Q alley bet filth nnd S8tb, I and Kstsnw.b h 2. WO Alley bet 6tb and 7tb, O and K sts s 0, b h. 3rs l.'iOO SecorBOavo nnd nthstse, tb.Srs., 680 Alley, bet sad and Hlh, L and M Bts n w, bb.4rs 800 UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOB BAT.B &e corH C aye nnd 14th st s 0 $1,000 Llngen st, bet 1st st and Prospect ave n w " 700 1 Per Foot. KBt, bet 11th and ISthnw S3 60 R I ave, bet Htb and 18th stsnw i.'00 cthst, bctoandl'nw 1.78 IstbBt. bet Land M nw 160 Mass are. bet Del ave and 1st stno..... 1.21 list, bet 3d and 4th so 138 U bt. bet Del avo and M stno COa I st, ba 3d and 4th n e 30o HOUSES FOR BENT. 14.1 Q st n w ,rn 1, lar, 11 rs 81:3 00 015 1 st n w. II rs and line stable an 18th at n w, 10 r 7000 51J 10th Bt n w, 1 1 rs 05 00 rJJ lab at n w, 10 rs u) 00 4200th stnw. fid and 3d floors, 7 rs 60 00 10-20 llthBtn w, poss Juno 1, 10 rs 60 00 UlOOttUW, 0 60 00 1 110 Corcoran stnw,C10rs ,. 45 00 lWUthBtnw, 7r , 87 60 Uimer part lioop stnw. 8 rs so 60 .TON Yavo 11 w.Ors , S7 M Upper pai t loob 1 ith stn w, Brs, ml so 00 llli Mima rh n w. H m HO 00 Upper part oil 108 P stnw, 8 ra m Oil 1515 1Mb st n w, 8 ra fi5 oo lOfiOthBtso, Ors 25 00 711 ( stnw. Or 25 00 Urpir part 8128 14th st n w, 8r S5 00 3418 Nstinv, rrs 2J00 LOANS. In sums to suit at 0 por cent. Ihe above la only a smull portion of prop erty on my books. For tun bat call at oulce for pullotlns Issned on 1st and 15tb. PERSONAL. MAD. von BRANDIS Has reopened her elegant Suite of Parlors over Jacobs' Jewelry etoio, 132D Pennsylvania Avenue And Is now ready to take orders for Fine Mil linery and costumes of Every Description. Made to order after the latest fashion and at the Bhortobt notice. IEMOUK, Restitnrfttenr nnd Cntorer, j will furn'sb estimates on application for weddings, parties, sociable, banquets, eto, Kverv facility as a first-clans caterer. Call or addrcBs LB MOUR, 31J btn Bt n w. PATRONIZE Homo Industry Suits scoured, tl; suits dyed,91.50. CO OPERA 11VB SHOP, flJuD Btn w. I ENGRAVED PLATE, 1 Printing li to visiting cards from same, 45e; print ing 100 vlsltina cards from the same, 7&o; ilUiograuh check books made to order. J, L. JSEHYAND, WW Pa avo n w. FOR RENT ROOMS. F OR RENT Two lfnrnUtied Rooms, wiiii or without noaru, in private ramiiy, four square1 of Government E ITinilOR UIUOU. inquire m in u in n o I? Oil ItKNT-An Unriirntnhl Xlonm. : with gas, nn 3d floor. Apply at 13U1I H references roqiiiriwi; rout pu. X?OR RKNT-LnrffQ, Airy Rooini, or 3d floors; bath, gas, ic. No. 21 stn wi references. IpOR 1U:NT-3 UnrurnUhed Rooms, 8d floor; also ono furnlshod; water on satno floor; gas; rent reasonable 110 O nt nw 130R RENT Untarnished, 9 Ilnnd : some communicating: rooms. 2d floor; alcove, bay window, beat, gas, bath. 1311 -l Bt n w. v 3 JOB RENT-71B 11th st n w-Nlcoly ; fnrolshed rooms, single or on suite; tutus moderate; location central; oars pass the door; transients accommodated; eail after 4 pm. . IJOR RENT 3 Furnished Rooms, rear st cars; good locality. IQllEatnw. IJORRENT-NIeely Furnished rooms and excellent board at 1703 F st n w. FOR RENT Three Communicating rooms on cd floor, with bath adjoining; furnished or unturnlshod. 730 80th stn w. FOR RENT Nicely Fnr. Rooms, with first cla board, by tho dav, week or month, at au-310 Ind ave; prices low; spe cial rates whero two or moro oocupy ono room; transients accominodated; ttatfsfao tlon guaranteed; references required. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT House 1010 N st n w rent, 840. Offlco room, No, lttON. Y. ao. Apply to OSTRANDEH & STALKY. 1410 N. Y. ave. F Oil RKNT- Ingeleslde, MtrieaBant., , 8150 00 liMl'JtliBtn w, Mrs Uioo 1400 K st n w, li rs usoo 711 7th stnw, storo and dwg loo 1625 Mass avo, 13 r l-'-lCO 1015 II stnw, 11 r loooo no Mh st n w, 13 ra 100 00 717 9th stnw, 9 rs 100 00 1010 Conn ave n w, 0 ra .,..,. 100 CO leoaNHave, 18 rs loooo loos oth stnw. 14 r loooo 410 cth stnw, 10 rs 8331 lf.10 lflth Bt n W, 13 rs 83 33 Magnolia ave, 14 rs,,, 83 8.1 iTaiueaaiosain w.urs.. ,,.,. wj w SiriBtnw.Ur rsoo 1023Gstnw,9rs 7300 1413(lBt n W 75 00 1200 NU avo, Ors 75 00 Ma E stnw, 13 rs oooo 803 sist stnw,1 Irs co oo cizisthstnw, lors. ...,. co oo 1107 Mass ave nw, Ors W) 00 &oi8lil)lyerriaconw,10rs oooo 8S0 N J ave s e, 10 rs CO oo iC3HRIave, 10 rs oooo fill) NY avo nw, 11 rs M oo 1510stnw,7 rs M 00 WU 1st n w, 0 rs 60 00 24J0 Craven Terrace n w, 0 ra ,. MOO 2428 Craven Terraoenw.Brs.... 50 00 133 N Y ave n w, 10 rs 45 oo 1029i?thstnw, 7rs 44no ISTOBstaw.lirs 40 00 15&J20thBtnw,7rs..., 35 00 2000O.Btn W 33 83 1813 Let nw, 7rs -VM lOCSiGth stnw,7rs taw 1803 Corcoran st n w, 6 rs SO CO 1108 F stnw, 10 ra.,.,,,,..,. 18C3 R st n w, 0 rs 15 00 224, and 2301st fits w.Ors 15 00 The above houses can be examined by per mit from THOMAS J. FISHER A CO., 1324 F street northwest. FOR RENT 3-Story Ilrlak, 1138 uth st n w; nearly new; 8 rooms, bath, collar and all mod Imps; vacant June 1; 835 50. R. II. T. LEIPOLD, 1331 F St n W. FOR RENT 87 Iowa Circle. 13 rs, m I. 183 83; lSOSPst. 12 rs, ml. 170; 413 Hpruco st. LeDrolt Park.S 50, 1800 13th st.Orn, $S0: 807 K st n o, 0 rs, $tfi; COO 23d st 5 rs. 815; 1822 20th Et,5 rB, 113 30; 20 Fenton st,4rB,10 30; 2 Blagden's alley, 4 rs, 110; 033 8th st n o, 5 rs, 510 'Office rooms, 021 fth si n w; HC7 F st n w. cnAS. E. BANE3. 8C4 and 800 F street northwest. FOR RENT SNewnrlck Dwellings, 8 rooms and cellar, Nos. 3 and 4 Green's alley, east of Portland Flats; price, SlOper month. TYLER & RUTHERFORD, 1220 F st n w. riOR RENT- 1340 Rlggs st n w, 3 story, 0 rs $11 oo Building, OSl Q Bt n w, store and dw'ng go 00 808 M st n w, 8 story. 0 rs 40 00 1111 lstst n w, 2 story, basement, 0 rs.. 18 50 401 D stn 0,3 story b,0 rs , 22 60 413" " " " " 13 30 8ll7thstse,2Btoryb,0rs 19 30 1124 C stn o,2 story f ,5 rs 10 00 SWQHMSTEDT & BRADLEY, 027 V st n w. FOR RENT 4 low a Circle, fur, 15 rs 8350 00 2034 O st n w, o ra, fur 135 oo 128 o at n e. 10 rs so oo c27Dstnw.il rs , oooo 12,10-41-43 UBt no, Ors 25 00 icaiothBt ne.7rs ,, is oo lftis lflth Btn w,4rs 13 00 1213 13th Btnw, 18 rs 100 oo 1308 Qstn w.7rs 85 00 4i23NCapltol Bt, Ors 10 00 8008-10 Kstne.SrB 11 oo 7 Poena Court n w, 4rs U 00 1310 Katie, Ors 10 50 3PoonaCourtnw,4rs 0 50 2345Plerco Courts w,3rs 4 OO NORTH WASHINGTON REAL ESTATE CO , 1420 F stnw. FOR RENT-MISCELLA.NEOUS.. , FOIl RENT llnkery, In Complete order; also, wagon and harness for sale, Apply at a e cor 6th and II sts n w. T70R RENT- J? TIPTY PIANOS- Uoth Square and Upright, of all the loading makes, for rent: S3 to J 10 per month; rents applied on purchase. T. G. 8MITII, ita Pa ave. FOREIGN rostage Stamps. V B. De partment atampa, albums, etc; the larg est and best assortment In Washington. For Bale by O. F. ROTIIFUCHS, 33d l'a ave, 3d door below 4Hi Bt n w. FOR SALE Seven Acres on the Heights of Georgetown? cast of HIgbBt, not owned or controlled by any syndicate; capable of advantageous subdivision; water, as and sewer on premises. W, RILEY 'BEULE, laiOFBt. 17 OR SALE One Very Light Open : Caff rey buggy, In good repair, prlco 333; one phaeton. In good repair, prico (CO; also one open surrey, new. very obeap. Apply at onco to is, i. BRICK. 1221 Kdtn, UOH SALE Ppectat sale for the next ten days of SECOND-HAND TIAN03 of standard makes, ranging In prlco from $73 to $173. Theso in struments hare been put In thorough repair attbe factory, and are In perfect condition musically, P.O. SMITH. 1225 Pennsylvania avenuo. I?OR SALE-GENUINE IRISH SETTER pop. 8 months old. 303 uth Bt n w. FOREIGN Postage Stamps, Depart ment stamps, album1, eto. We oiTor for sale the largest assoitmentlu this oily; we also buy all kinds of stamp3. O. F, ROTH FUCHS, OH Pa ave, 3 doors below 4J.fi st n w. Look up tor 310V6 on swinging Blgn. FOR SALE YOUNQ MALE MOCKING birds, $2 50 eaoh; also line lot cheap par rots, at Scbmld'B bird Btore, 12th st, two doors south Pa ave n w. FOR SALE A Square Piano, with stool i cost $373; lino instrument uud Will sell cheap. Apply at 1110 th st n w. FOR SALE An Almost New Rem ington type writer, No. 2; n 111 sell ohoitp for cash. Call at 4iZ 7th Btn w, art gallery, up BtalrB, Jit . SALE A Light. Easy.rldlne order; can bo bad nt n bargain. Inquire 420 Boundary fit n w, cor N J a enno. JMJ OR SALE Three-Rurner Florence Oil 8tovp. nnteut ton and a 6 callon oil con; prlee, $8. UiPst n vr. FOR SALE-A DoraestloSewIneMa chlno, nearly now; all the latest attach ments; sold low. Address A B O. Crltlo onloo J71K HALE 01-Inch Star llleyele, 1 $13; a bargain. Address ELDER, Crltlo ofllco. T70 SALE-HIeycle llursalns, tw Inch Columbia , ,, $21 31 inch IUrvard 3-1 ti Inch Columbia 21 48-tucb Mar 10 Mlnchetar 41 TUE CYCI.E11IE3, 1 ion N . Y. avo. 7r TO 100 Carrlnees For Sale A J cry lamu stock ot carriages, bucirlu endwagtms, toth miw end seooud linn 1, of aUdcbLrljtloiKi. WM. F. GEYKIl, 4H(I Penna ruB.nw. No trouble to show goods. GOOD RU8INK94 CUANCK Will be Bold at a barpalnlf nppltol for Im mediately, the good will nnd n portion of tli s furniture if n well-ettublUho 1 and centrally Incut ed tmaidlnghuii'ja doing a go-wl hust nesH Ad.lresi I-nott-bax (101 C'ltv l'ostnftino. F OR SALE-LOTH Ostn o, ncaT4th t. Mxtfl; pHco. lit), per ft, bttUU.UQl.LiJl' V UUAI'laUil, ,7 F st n w, FOR SALE-HOUSES. T?OR MALI! Brick, Or and collar on Oarollno st U Wt. in,.,. ,..! ..' '"" Brick, 10r, on 13tb, above la circle 8 WW M fir, on(j. bet 20th and 2istn w... 8,tf)(i " jor,cnTftt,betl3ttiandl4tn.M. 0,M " 'jr.Klngmnn Placo 4,o " 7r, PlorcoPl, bet 18th and 10th.. 1.5"0 " Ur, O, betlJth and 14th sts 7,2V) 11 rr eoiith Capitol st 1,W " lor.on Corcoran st.. 4,7V! " flr, 14th st, business property..., 7,oi " Cr, Fenton st. n'r Oovt Print Of.. 1,8 " 7r, (J st, bet 4th aud 8th n w 1 T " storo nnd dwelling, 14th st 10,000 " Pr.Ulggf st, bet 13ttinndl4th.... 0 250 H'randatablo, onltlavo 8,Wd " 7r and store, 13th and O sts n w.. 4,500 " Kr.onN.bet eothand UIH sts, new house 10,000 Frame on Dunbarton avo..... l,noo " on Congress st, n'r postoffleo.. i.. 2,000 1 Jr brick, E, bet 6th and cth, n'r Pension office..... 10,500 Also Improved and unimproved property In .Uwruoftbocttr. j.yopij lia Now York avo. I70U BALEOn New York Ave n w, ; beautiful 3 story presi brick hotine, lu rooms, nil frescoed, mod Imp, with 8-story brlok stable In rear; prico, onlr1lJ!;a 1 in Now York avo. FOR SALE Special lUrgalns Several nlx-room homo on A st n o; all modern Improvements; 10 per cent, lnvoit- uunii price nniy n vw eaun. aiso, lir brick. 15th st, bet T end U 97,500 r, on L, bet 15th andlOthstsnw 0,000 llr and cellar on Corcoran st.,,,, 7,000 Prick, llr, East Can Bt, bet Cth and 7th.. G.ooo llr. no cor H nndstst sttn w 8,500 7r on Marlon, bet cth and 7th stun w,... 4,Ti0 Apply at onco to J. W. P. MYERS, 142S Now York ave. FOR BALE Great liar gain on 14ttli st, bet P nnd 1 sts n w, largo throe story brick; rood lms; lot 1HT105 to alley; can be tinned Into a store at Uttlo ox pen; price, C7,roo Also beautiful lot on New Hampshire no. bet L and M sts, CO feot front; price, $1.75 per foot. J. W. P. MYER4. 11J8 New York btc. LOR SALE- 5 room house on SCap st ...31,000 " Fenton st 1,350 Two 5 room bricks, mhstse. each l,ooo 8 room brlok on It stn w 3 500 5 room frame, 6th stnw..... 1,500 oroom m-iCK, (j st n w v,ouu Com of a homo on Caroline nt 8,500 J. W. P. MYERS. 1428 Now York ave. F OR 8ALE- Buslness property. Pa ave, near Oth, M ft front..;.,.' 833,000 Largo, elegant house, O st, near 3d, 25 rs. large stable 10,000 Fine property on Uth, noar F, wide front, under good rental 13,500 7th Bt, above Boundary, lot 21x113, 13 room brick, every Improvement, all first-class 7,000 13th Bt, near W, 2 story and cellar, all ml 4,000 lS8CBtne, a fine property, beautiful location, 67W ft front, large frame . Large, fine residence. Alexandria, Va , 11 rs, bath, all m f, lot 120x140, alloy both sides, at low price of 0,00 BAXTER & McOOWAN. 1008 and 1010 Fst. "POR SALE- Houso on 11th Bt s w, 13 rs and bath, all m I, lot45xuo;prlcc, $4,500; 81,200 down and bal ance at 850 per month. AUSTIN P. BROWN, Real Estato and Loans, 11, 'd F st n w. pOH SALE- House on Capitol IlHI, fronting Capitol grounds. 14 rooms, 2 bath rooms uudall mi; $18,000. House on S stn w, bot Htb and 15th Bts, all m l; 122,000, Double bouse on Iowa Circle; prico, $39,000. 2 elegant bouses with large grounds, loca tions unsurpassed, at 175,000 and $80,ooo each. AUSTIN P. BROWN, Ileal Estate and Loans, 1420 F st n w. FOIl SALE 3224 Clerolantl ave n w, a 8-Btory pressed brlok bouse, 6 rooms, mod imps, $1,700: part cash, balance to suit. Inquire J. OKHMUILLKR, S13 7th at n w. FOR SALK-8-8TORY BRICK DWELLINO, M st, near Oth n w: lot 21 ft front: price, 13,530, TYLER & RUTnERPOllfi. 1220 F St n W. TjiOR SALE- lo room brick, ISth Bt, near Q n w $7,500 10 room brick, I.ncarlstn w 0,)uo 10 room brlck,N O aTo.ooreth & Oth st s o 4,700 8 room brick, NBt, near lDth 7,500 OSTHANDEK A, STALKY, 1410 N Y aTO. T?OU SALE O H-story and Cellar J? brick dwellings, 0 rooms and bath room, all mod lmps,on if it n e: price, S3.500 each. TYLER & RUTUKRPohD, 122tl P Bt n w. FOR SAI.K-3 3 story Ilrlclc Dwell ings, & rooms each, gas and water: well rented; good as homes or for ai fnrostmont; prico, 81,400 each. TYLER & RUT1IEUFOUD, lag Pstnw. TKLAlRIIEianT8 WE ARK NOW SELL. X Inglotsln Gardiner Q. Hubbard's sub division of part of tbo Lyon's Mill tract, now known nsliolalr UotghtB, nnd lying on either side of Mass are extended, bet Boundary Bt and Rock Creek; prices from 85o to 81 per foot. i una uun ill. iiiitrriunLiuii i uruiBiiuu un uupii cation to us. 11TC1I, 10X 11ROWN, 1137 l'a ave n w. TOR SALE- Rouse on T st. n. w., 0 rooms and bath; 43 ft. front. X'rlco, $3,ioo. Houbo on T st, n. w.. 8 rooms and bath. moo, $5,400, House on N. II, avo, n. w., 8 rooms and bath. Price, 81,800. Four houses on 22d st. n, w., 0 roomB and bath. Trice, $1,000. Three bouses onadst, n. e., 7 rooms and bath. Price, $3,000. House on NBt, n.w., 0 rooms and batb. rrlco, $0,000, Ilonse on 0 Bt. n. w., 9 rooms and batb; . , Lot 21Jfixl53. Price, $7.ooo. AUSTIN T. BROWN, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS, 1420 Fat, n.w. 171 OR BALK On Easy Terms New ; brick bouse on 13th st, near T n w, con taining 8 rooms and bath: coal vault under pavement; terms $1,400 cash; balance at the rate of about $50 per month. AUSTIN P. BROWN, Real Eutato and Loans, 1420 V street n W. PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS FOR FREStI DEES', MUTTON AND CORNED BEEF, Oflleoof the Secretary and Treasurer of tho United States Soldiers' Home, Washington, D O, May 23, 1W7. HEALED PROPOSALS, In duplicate, sub ject to the usual oond It Ions, will bo received at this office until 10 o'clock a. in. on Friday, June 3, 1W7, at which time and place tbey will bo opened In the prcsenco of blddora. for furnishing and delivering at the kitchen, hos pital, dairy and gate houses of theboldlers' Home, fresh beef, mutton and corned beef, as required by t he Secretary and Treasurer of the Homo, for tho year commencing July 1, lfci7, and ending Juno 30, lnw. , . hpnnrate nrnnosiihi will bo received for fur nlnlilng tbo officers of tho Homo with choice cuts of fresh beef, mutton and lamb. Information as to tho manner of bidding, conditions to be observed by bidders, terms of contract and payment will be furnlshod on pernonal application to this offloo. '1 ho bids lur each kind of meat will bo con sidered separately. , , x Ihosuuessful bidder will bo roqulrod to entci Into a written contract with tho Soore; taiy and Treasurer of tho Homo, with good and approved security, In tho sum of two thousand $t,000) dollars, within Borendays alter being nollned of tho acceptance of bis proiopaU. A copy of this advcrlUemout must be attatlied to each proposal. 'Jbo undersigned rescives tho right to re ject any and all proposals. , , Fnvtlojcs containing proposals should be Indoiscd "Proposals for troth Beef, Mutton nnd Coined Beef at United, fatates Soldiers' Home, District of Columbia," aud addrossud to the undersigned . B. P. RITTENHOUSK, Secretary and Treasurer United btatesSol- dltrs' llomn, P O PROPOSALS FOR HWEKl'INO AND CLKAN1NU SlREETti IN WASIUNU TON, D. C. WisiiiNaTov, May 12. 1W, e-EALEDI'R01,OSLH will ho rntelved at this offi to until 12 o'clock in. of Wednesday, Juno 1, Ibh7, for sprinkling, sweeplnit and clcunlngBtrcets and avenues In tho city of Washington, D. O. Blank forma of i reposal and spoclfloatlond ean be obtained niton application tlioiofor, together with all nomsHnry information, and tililsupontliflneroimswllliiloneboconalddrud 1 ho right Is reserved to reject any and all bids or parts of bids, WM. LUDLOW, Fnglncer CVunmUidnner, D O. MONEY TO LOAN M ONEY IU LOAN- un reat usmto. Prompt attention to all ap- plications aWORMSTEUT & BRDLEY. 927 F St. PERSONAL. T ODAN CAFE, OIR loth Bt. N, vr V jlj near r n. iiato i''orsytn care.) BreakfaBt in and 23c, served from c ft) a. m. to 11 a, m. Dinner 13 and 250., served from U m, to 7 p. m. I nnch, 10c , from 13 m. to 8 p. m. Bill of fare Sunday. May 21687 B HE A K FAST. Beefstenk, with or without onions, teal chops, fried herring, liver nnd bacon, pork chops, fausage, ham, eggs, bot and cold brt ads, butter, potatoes, fruit or eauccSwltb coffee, tea or milk. DINNER. Soups Vegetable nnd clam chowder. Moats Baked chicken, beefsteak pie, roast beef. Vegetables Mashed potatoes, swoet pota toes, new pem, spinach, sweet pickles. Desserts Rhubarb, poncb and plum pics vanilla ice-cream and cako. (otteo, tea or milk. We serve nothing but first olass articles, tho best coffees to bo had In the city, mado In French Drip Glass LI nod Urn. . W. R. LOOAN.rroprlotor. mills Souvenir of the Federal City AND THE NATIONAL DRILL AND EN CAM I'M ENT. A beautiful took of 860 pages; 230 Illustra tions. COMPLETE OUIDE BOOK TO WASHINGTON AND SURROUNDINGS. All tbo rosters of troops In camp. Pro gramme, prizes, eto. The most completo and elegant book to be had. Published oxproaslr for this occasion. Price, $1. For Bale at all book stores, hotels, news stands and at 023 Fennsyh anla avenue. W. F. MORSB, robtisher, fla F street. National Drill ln-Tent sloni. The White is King, CALL AND 8KB IT AT 437 OTH ST. MADAM DENNETT, Scientific As A,JL uimukibi, nut UHU UUBinCHU IOBU1UU1 eplnt diagnosis of disease; healing and Hire :n?f11TtliaiTi1ncr inf!innrn trlvim. Send for tea- tlmonials, omco. sou loth st n i SOMETHING! Cool, Dressy and Ser viceable for summer a genuine English serge suit, all colors, only $11, STRASBURUER & BON, 1112 Fit, DR. O. C. STEUART, Offlee 1331 V stnw, offers bis professional services to tho public for the cure of Piles and all DIs eases of the Rectum. y ( N. KBNISON A SONS. Spe h V ctallsts, cor. 12th st and Pa ave. jfciCORNsSover Davis1 hat store, treat bead, mssm m au"hands and feet without pain. Corns, bunions, rheumatism relieved In five minutes; 25o each; 43 years ot constant prao tlce. ADELTOriTFUX, Di-acln TonlCr Stumff's Iron and Wild Cherry, at the fountains of S. F. Ware's Ebbltt House Drug Btorfiand Schiller & Stevens', Wl and COO l'a ave. So per glass. LADY STANLEY, 1014 K fit N W, the only true, most gifted and most won dcrful English Palmist and Planet Reader will read your past, present and fnture with out a question or a mistake; will give you tfutbfnl advice on business, law, money mat ten and alt family affairs, was never known tomakeamlstako Rennltes tho separated, removes all troubles and difficulties and causes happy marriages. Gives names of friends or enemies; also the one you will marry. Tells you what business you aro best adapted to. eto.. eto. Atl in trouble call. Perfect satisfaction or no pay, OfHoo hours from i mtoBpm. TJ ARTIES IV I TIT nOO I) IlEFKR- enecs can buy line clothing on easy terms. enecs can bur line clothing on easy without security, at oash prices, of Stras burger it Son, manufacturing clothiers and tailors, 1112 F st n w. T)URITY DAIRY LUNCH. ROOMS, Corner Eleventh and E streets n. w. E. W. SIMONDS, Trop. Breakfast from 7 to 11 a. m. Dinner from 4 to 6.30 p. m. Meals to order. Lunch at all hours. All pastry homo mado. Furnished Rooms by tho day, week, or month. "T HAT SUPPRESSED BOOK." A WOMAN IN THE CASE, xjj rryi. vuuea. "If there had been a woman In tho faculty.' says the author, "sbo would have told them that to try to suppress my speech would givo It the widest possible publicity," For sale at Brentano's, 101 Pa. ave. It Is Our INTENT to Have You Know The White is King OF SEWING MACHINES. flALIFOllNIA WINE ROOM, 713 D street northwest GENTLEMEN'S Suits Scoured nntl pressed for $1. Coats, 60o.; pants, 23c,; Goods called for and delivered. Repairing and altering done In the best manner. K. I. HAHN, 703 Ninth St. N. W., Washington, D. C. Telephone Call, BOO-a. mnn queen ofreers" Jl Chan entire satisfaction. E "WASHINGTON'S Maglo Cream or Instantaneous Cure. Any breaking out on face or body cured. Moth Pimples, Wrinkles, Black Heads, Vnlgar Rednoss, Ko zema and all facial disfigurement removed and a clear complexion insured to all who use It, Perfectly harmless, Testimonials on application. Hold by all druggists. COo, and $1 per box. Bent to any address. E. BURGESS' Mammoth IlAlr- Cutting Establishment. Also nno batti rogpi ng parlors. Cor, 8th and D Bts, n.w. mUE QUEEN OF REEKS." X Order from your grocer. T) ODERT UYATT, JtV Dealer in Fresh, Bait and Smoked Meats, Poultry Game, Fresh Vegetables, Cholco Fruits, cte. MO 11th St. N.W. mHE QUEEN OF BEERS." X Sold at 750 per doz. at tho agency, 1200 Pat. DR. MCLLF.lt, Specialist for the Eye, Bar and Throat, Consultation free. 017 NY avo n w. TROY LAUNDRY, 1110 G stroot northwest. Branch ofllce, 1212 Penna, ave. Collars and Cuffs a specialty at 20o por doz; Shirts loo eaoh. Goods called for and delivered at any part of tho city. , F OR 1IARY CARRIAGES Call on U. BURKIIART, 1013 7th Bt n W. BERNARD K EST E It MANN, Mer chant tailor, WW D st n w. Spring Btyles lust received. Suits from $20 upward. Clean lng and repairing In the beat manner. 11IIE QUEEN OFI1EERS." Excellent for kidney troubles1. SEND Foatal Card to Eleotrlo Steam laundry. 1007 E Bt n w. c. T. Nntze, prop. Our lD-Tent.slou to Prove The White is King. J XTOAV li the Time to Get Awnlnsrs. S and IIAISLE11 817 Market Spaoe, U the man to make them Telephone Call,C5ti-2. CS. KENFIELD, Practical Watcli- maker and optician, has opened at 1203 Fstn w a full lino of watches, goldorna ments and optical goods. Repairing chro nometers and tlno watches a specialty, Time locks cleaned and kept in order. TUCKETS Rought, Sold A Exchangee! . by DonsKY Brqh., Ass'n brokers, 481 Pa av, RII, 1VUITE, Stenographer and typewriter; contracts and specifica tions of all kinds at reasonable rates ;speeohe, sermons, testlmony.oto , uoour ately reported. A few pupils taken at moderate ehargo. lOOtf Fstn w. Room 13 UrpnE QUEEN OF REEKS." X A pure family boor, II. VO UNO'S STEAU OARPET- . cleaning and Renovating Works. Feathers ronovatcd, mattreKses made over. furnituro Bteamod and moths destrorod. 1422 Pa ave n w. Factory, corner ol 6th and & sta b e. crt rff YARDS uf ReautirulDeeu- OU.UwU rations (now patentl for Eman cipation Day and Grout May Drill; only 5 to la cents per yard; also Plumes, Wreaths, Fly Brushes ami Dusters, at J. E. DAUNALL & CO.'H, Room a, 400 l'a aanw. Call and see thcro. Infringers, beware, WPIIi: QUEEN OF IllSKIW'-Try IU X Only 75c. per doz. Agency, 1200 D Btn w. I RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCH t tho publlo that I have remove 1 my dress making parlors to 1110 F Bt n w and enlargod my place of business. Ladies will nnd It ta thtjlr advantage to cull before going else where; handsome Bults made for $3 and up ward; .Tenlr ""'""VAjJ'SlK'fenua. J. JE-, .." , A iri t!" O. 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