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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 17, 1887.
K ! w, WASITINGTONORITIC J'ullliht d DaUy, Samlayt ExctpteJ, UT The Evening Critic Publishing Company. ItALLET KILHOURN, President. Offioo, 1T0.041 13 Stx-oot) Tcit Bciicino, Washington, n. o. TERM Si MnrleCopy " ..3 Cents rr Timer .. wn'iim UrMail, postage paid, ono year .... .9.100 rj? Mall, pnMago paid, six months SOU Mall subscription Invariably ta advance Address T1IK WASHINGTON CRITIC, Washington, U. O. BlCIIAItD XI. SYLVESTHR, Editor ..33 Cent WASHINGTON, OCTOBEU 17. 1SS7. UK. ULUVKLANU-GRKKTINO. "With the close of the present week the President will hac completed bis Western ami Southern Jourocylngs uml be la tbc National Capital again. Wherever he has been he has re ceived the cordial greetings and God Fpccds of the reople. A more bos pUablo reception was never extended to a Chief Magistrate before; nor has ever any old world prince or potentate t ii joyed a similar ovation. It has nil bem ttotio hi a spirit of generous friendship, not as a matter of mere form aud ceremony. There have been costly and magnificent displays In bis honor, but they bau been devoid of obsequious ostentation. They nro simply significant of that great con scrvatKc trait of the American people, which compels their respect to the duly constituted authorities of the country. "With all their fondocss for ofllce, Ihclr regard for law m symbolbed by the trusts of ofllce is tho more absorb ing passion, ns it Is the sure hope and foundation of our civil Institutions. There Is a general impression, also, not only that the highest olllclal distinc tion In tho gift of the peoplu, as per sonified In Mr. Cleveland, Is entitled to thilr reverence, but that Mr. Cleveland himself has made so honest and capable a President that he may worthily re cti; c tho grateful plaudits of his fellow- citizens. The same sentiment which mani fested Itself in Chicago. St. Paul and St. Louis, and which Is promised such n signal demonstration in Atlanta and Montgomery, exists In Washington; nnd it Is but proper It Is more than proper, Indeed It assumes tho naturo of an obligatory courtesy that on Arriving In this city, after a prolonged absence and extended travel, Mr. Cleveland and his handsomo wife Efcould be made tho recipient of wel coming congratulations upon their safe return. There need be no elaborate prepara tion for sucb a reception. Let It be understood that suclx a demonstration Is to be, with the Btraplc accompaniment of martial music and a committee- of escort, In which the military of tho District would no doubt rc&dlly partici pate, and there would ho a general outpouring of the people to testify their regard for the Presidential ofllce and Us honored Incumbent. On such an occasion political preju dices and personal grievances can bo set aside. It is no occasion for their ex hibition. Moru than this, the President should be reminded In some such way that ho is not always to be permitted to railtc bis clts and cxtrances unheralded and unattended, but that the National Cap ital, with a due scne of tho proprieties and amenities of life. Is ready to show him the same hospitable attentions that bare been showered upon his progress ter since his departure. Tun movement in favor of the ercc tlcn of a public hall for national con vention and other purposes needed but a bare suggestion to popularize it, and a fair prospect dawns of securing at last what the National Capital has bo long needed. The general feeling seems to be, moreover, that tbo building should be no cheap or temporary struc ture, 'but one worthy of the seat of government and forming one of Its chief architectural adornments. Its uses would be manifold. It should bo borne In mind that there aro not only national political conventions to bo held, but meetings of many and im portant associations of varied charac ter, all of which can annually be con centrated In Washington If proper facilities are provided for their accommodation. There Is to be another Presidential Inauguration here In the spring of IS SO. The same season will witness tho open ing of tho Constitutional Centennial, when a ball of tho capacity proposed will bo Imperatively needed. This Is to be followed by tbo still greater cele bration of 1802 and by tho establish ment of the Permanent Exposition, In the progress of which the great hall tvouUI play a notable part. It Is super flous, however, to multiply considera tions that point to the necessity of ac t'(n, and Immediate action, In tho premises; and now that the public eplrlUd cltUens of the Capltil are ripe for the project let It bo pushed with all posslblo energy and dispatch. FpKAKisa of tbo place to bo seleotcd for tho holding of the next National Democratic Convention, tho Wmhlng ton correspondent of tho Cincinnati Xnijntret saya When the tlmo for a fight for tho honor omes, Cincinnati will doubles bo In tho fray with hep nurse, her eloiucnco ani her rtrvua.h o tower. Doubtless. Bo will Chicago, 3t. Louis, Saratoga, possibly other places, bo "la the fray." Tho claims of tho city of Washington aro also destine 1 to be an Important factor In the contro versy, and If "her purso,ber eloquence, nnd her persuasive power" are prop erly utilized there will ha little quel tlon as to the result. Tnr.Y aro having tho same trouble In Philadelphia that Is being experienced y1 "several other large cllles with regard to school accommodations. Not lesi than 20,000 pupils aro unprovided for, -- TUo children aro growing up at a much faster mo than school houses can bo built to educate tbcm in. Anarchist PAnoxs baa written a letter to Governor Oglesby, In which be protests against tbo consummation of a Judicial murder "the proposed strangulation of freedom on American soil" that would bo consummated by bis execution. Ho also repudiates nil Interest In the petition for n commutn tlon of his sentence, that would Im ply guiltiness nf a crime which bo never committed, Mr. Parsons Is evi dently biased In favor of Mr. Parsons. A wlo and unprejudiced man under similar circumstances would talic tho best ho could get. Mil. W. W. Corcoran, In tho course of a letter to the Celebration Committee at lllchmond, declining on account of his bcaltb an Invitation to attend tho unclllng ceremonies of tho Leo Monu ment, pays this noblo trlbuto to the character of tho Confederate com mander: It was my good fortune to hare boon hon ored with tho Intimate acquaintance and closo friendship of General Loo 0 urine tho wholo period o( hlspubilo oareor, and whether I recall him as bo moved In tho nodal sphere, which ho adorned by his virtues and graoes, orns ho towered abovo his contemporaries on that higher Btago where OioliMlro of his great qualities shone In thacyos of tho whole civil I rod world, I can truly say, with no small experience of my fellow men, that of all the men I over know ho always soemed to mo tho most remarkable for tho grandeur as well as for tho symmotry of tho elements which com t osed tho strength and beauty of his peorkus character. For mich was tho natural! ontl tiitlon and Buch tho harmonious blending of tl.cso elements that. In tho gcntlenesi and benignity of his demeanor, lio was seen to ho as great In his good n cm a- ho was good In all his grcatnes. The New York Graphiehw passed Into tbo hands of a pymllcntcof llepub- 1 If fin nnllllrtnns. Inidinllni T.nel V. Morton, Stephen II. KIKlnsand others, and will bo run ns a campaign journal, retaining Its Illustrative features, with tho addition of political cartoon. The prlco paid for tho piper U not stated, hut Mr. Hinckley Is doubtless "much obliged" for a purchaser. Tun International Kocimpment at Chicago had no rdu to contend with and still was such n filluro that the managers of tho Niltousl Drill at Washington aro more than vindicated. The Atlanta Con nt it u Won suggests that some of tho afternoon papers In New York wouH do well to start a morning edition to get even, ns It w ere. Tun Citizens' Itcprcscntatlvo Com mittee of Ono Hundred will meet at Grand Army llall to-morrow evening. notes AND GOSSIP. Mas. S a rt tori s sailed for England Satur day by tho Steamship. Ltrurla. Mart Am-eksov wears a cloak la "A Winter's Tale" which It took twontj-flvo women three weeks to embroider. Governor. MaiimadcreoI Missouri has returned from a trip to England, Ireland, Fr&nco and Belgium, much Improved In health. Ucnrt OconcE's New York paper, the Argus, will not bo out till to-morrow. It will boprlntcd for tho present on the; Sun day Mercury press. A florist Is engaged to day In decorating the four rooms at the Kimball Ilomevnlch Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland will occupy during their stay at Atlanta. Tnn remains of General KUpatrlck, late Minister to Peru, which arrived la New York Saturday, will lie Instate at the City Halt until to morrow morning. Jons M. FnANCis, proprietor of the Troy Times, has arrived In London from Carls bad, In much Improved health. Ho and Mrs. Francis sail for homo October SO. AT the Kockbrldgo County Fair, held last week In Lexington, Va , MUs Carrie Mo Cluer of Augusta County took tho pre mium a hundred dollar horse as the host rider, E. II. Waikch, many years tbo statisti cian of the New York Produce Exchange, has become editorially connected with JiroiUtrfcft, tho well known commercial and financial publication. A, W. IlEint of Chicago has Invented a car-heater which he claims cannot be so smashed up lu a railway wreck as ta let the hot eoalt out. Ho recently tested It by a dead fall of 114 feet from the top of a high Lulldlnc and not a f park or cinder escaped, Comfanv C of the Eighth Wisconsin held a reunion nt Kau Claire last Wednes day, al which ""i survivors Mere present. This la the company that carried "Old Abe," the war eagle, through so many cam paigns. Os Tnn occasion of her recent visit to Chattanooga the citizens of that place pre sented Miss Emm Abbott whh a solid sil ver yacht In honor other recent brave de fense of herself and the dramatic profession against tho criticisms of a Nashville clergy man. Mits, Mickay denies as ridiculously ab surd the etory lately put in circulation that 'the had sent to New Guinea for the breasts of 5,000 green birds wherewith to mako herself a cloak. She Isn't that kind of a womao, but Is an active member of Lady Churchill's Antl-Illrd Killing Society, A monument to WUll&m E, Ebcrldao, tho actor, who died In Australia last May, was recently unveiled at Waverly, a suburb of the city of Sydney. It bears the following Inscription; in Memory of William Edward Sheridan, Tragedian. Died ISth May, ls87, Aged 44 years. "Oh for a touch of a vanished hand, And the sound of a voice that Is still." lie was Words are wanting to say what. Say what Is Just and kind, And he was that. Erected by a few of his admirers. A SounilA1)norber Wanted. EmiorCmtio: The tjpe-wrtterlsan In genious machine, and has become a ne cesilty In tho busy ofllces of this busy ago. It has one serious disadvantage It Is as noisy as a iroearodds brass band, and with two o( these midlines In full blast In an of fice, to do any other work at the same time Is like writing poetry lo a boiler shop. It remains for some Inventive genius to dovlse tome sortot a OLinn-a'Sori'tag attachment, whereby the bralus of ofllce men will be savrd from addling, and the Inventor will rtdl In that wealth derived from tho royalty be will so richly deserve. Inventor, come forth ! 0 Wmhington, Oct. 17, MY ItOV STILL. Do ynu think Vo forgotten tbo day 1 canlod htm at hit breau? Many fair children I've lorcd Ineo then, jmtl ttilnlc that I IoiihI him best. For to was otir nat born cMId, -John, A I'd I time not thu honrt or will 'Jo lovo him Ids whato'er nuy oomo llo'umy boy si 111. Jlo was Jtit like nunt hi no about tho houio. In the liars of hU happy yoitii; You know wo taldthat with all bin faults Ho had coiiraso and lovo midtruth. And thou Kit ho hai wuudt red lar away, J'd rather you'd Fay no 111; lie Ik euro to coino back, to h s mother; He's my boy still. I know there was never a kinder heart. And I can remember to-aay How often bo went with me apart And kntltatmy knee to pray And the man will do an the boy did, Homier or later lie will: Tbo Bible Is w arrant for that: so llo'n my boy atilt. A mother eon feel wbero she can't boo. bliois Winer nan auy tiia. My boy was trained In tho good old way; J uhaU certainly get my w &so. And though ho has wandered far away, ' Ami fnifnui.1 Ms wa-ward will. I know whatever, wherever hell, He-smyboystdl. -UnctopoIto (h:m;kai, ani cttiricur.Ait. 'I see you'ro printing a good deal about tho correct thing In foil stjles," said a tailor to an editor. "Yes, sir." "Well, white you'ro going In on that tack fiipposc you print something about tbo correct thing lu settlement of bills." Ml don't know what to do with tho hired girl," said ayoungwlfo. ''She's absolutely useless, and yet I halo to dtschargo her," "U by don't you teach her to light tho flro wlthkeroeoncl" Inquired her husband. Tho King of Slam has 3,000 wives. Ho Is a monarch of extraordinary firmness and courage Tbeso facts naturally group themselves. 'I do wish," remarked tbo white horse, wearily, "that auburn-haired girts would try and keep la doors more." Prownc says that ho would enjoy playing solltalro more If he could tell whether It was be or the other fellow that got beat. Farewell, my bat of straw; a strango vicissitude roba theo of all my former deep solicitude. You're laid aside with sundry summer Jollities; with picnics, slelgh-rldes, and such gay frivolities. Your glory's faded, long past rlpo maturity; Now rest serene In darkness and obscurity, Come hence, toy sober tile of nombro black. Cold weather swiftly cornea upon tbo track of dummer, and by an unchang Irg law you follow nnd sup plant my summer ft raw. Ad ventures wait you. Thou (ih you may escaio tho moth which hot ern 'nout li your band of craw, you may a victim fall ere manv day to mmo fat woman wlut three hundred I'll wMulu mi nrn my truttl er. stick frtomi, what (hnush men smtlo toircth to because a llttlo out of stylo, hang j on you ttroimti ovcry Hhont you whflo kind of weather, nnd will not SJPECIAL NOTICES. rjK- 1.NS1AM.ATIOX Hi:itVICKS. a-x fclxth I'lesbyterl m Clmr h orntr of candClhsts s. w. At 750 m. TUESDAY, Oct. is tbo iN-v lr. Heott F. Ilershey will bo Installed In tldi church by tho Wathinifton City Presbytery, ltev. lr, Hamlin prosldliiB. llov.Hr. W. A lljttlott will preach tbo sur mon.liov. Ir Ihomiis.N LliIMi wllldtlhor tho iharito to ibo faitor nnd Itov. Cieorno It lnUbthoilmrj;o to tlm teoplo. A cordial Imitation Is extended tothlistrtlce. AT A Mri;riKU nf COLUMHIA Itdo Union. No Mt. held yaturbiv. Oct. 13, thuiollowlnicn soluilon was adopted: i:t4mtt 1 hat It U the smo of Columbia Typocraphkal Union, No. 101, In rosulnr mi ft In? assembled, that no member of this Union should patronlzo any clear dealer who deals In cigars not bearing a union label. Uy order of the Union. F. II. rADCIETT, Secretary. k2 I KS OF 1 IIU Dl&TIUCT Ol' COLUM. WA. WjisniKOTOv, Oct. IS. 1SS7. Deeming It conducive to tho public Interests to ot en a hlchway Trom tho present terminus of Michigan aro. In a northeasterly direction, along tho northern boundary of the ) ten wood Cemetery lnnd to tho Junction of Uarowood and Itnnlter mil roads, tho Commissioners of tbe District of Columbia havo had tbo raid route duly surveyed and a plat thereof pre pared and filed In this office. in compliance with tho requirements of law, notice Is hereby given of tho proposed opening nnd extension of tho highway afore said, and all persons who havo objections to f resent thereto are called upon to nttendat he office of tho commissioners nt 11 o'clock a. m on tho 6th day of November, J8fT, at which tlmo tbo Commissioners wilt glvo bear In p to all partlcstnterouted. By order of tbo Commissioners of tbo District or Cxdumbla. W. D. WEBB, President Board of Commissioners 1). C. p--SrECIAL KAKOAINH In MKN'S s FALL UNDEUWEAlt, IIOSIRRT and MOVES, at T.T. IIALL'S, bhlrts to order. 00tf Fst n w. TALKIt .V nilTIIKItrORU Havo removed to thoir new office, No. 1317 rsTitEur, -mooke A HOni.KY, CANKERS AND BROQEK3, EtJ Broad street, New Tort. BiuisCn orricEs: 73 Wall st., N. Y, lHbontnadst., Phl'.a. Connected with I. A. Evans Co., Sortsn; E. L. Brewster & Co , Chicago; Corson b Ma cartney, Washington; Warren & Quartos, Richmond. Frlvate Wire Connections. Bny and sell Stocks, Donds and Miscellaneous Securities on New York Block Exchange. KTNKWiS3UK OPSTOCK, EQUITABLE CO-OI'EBATIVE BUIM1INO A&OCIATION. "EQUITABLE BUILDINO," 1003 F ST. ASSETS-7W,69 61. Subscription books aro now open for now stock (the 11th tsstit) subscriptions and tlio first pujment thereon received dally nt the ofllce of the AMotliillon, Enultabld llulldlng, luOJ F bt Miares aio $.'.W per month. Famphlets eitlalnlnz the objeot and ad vantages of tbo Aasoclatlon aro furnished upon application. Office honra from 0 a.m. to 430 p.m. On tho first Wednesday In each month tho office w 111 bo open from 0 to 8 p. m. Advances w HI bo mado promptly at 7 o'clock. THOMAS SOMEItVILLE, rrest. JNO. JOY EDSON,8oy. prrj-NATIONAL JOOKKV OLUH 2U members can obtain their tickets at t'ae rooms of tho Club, Vernon Building, cor ner lOtust. and I'a avo P. II. rmuSTUiN, Troasoror. FRED B. MciiUIRE, President. W OAS FIXTTJItKS, Slate Man tles. Latroha ILmzon and l"tir. naecs. Mum til ne. Hntinir and Tin ning. S.S.SUCDD & BKO, 433 9th St, n. W. 3Sf"i wisiito iMFniiax tiikpuh- Itiw llothatalthontih belnir boycotted by tho K. of L. thoso last ten weoks, my band U still In a blooming condition. Upon to en gagement, with 23 men, at a moment's notice, F. KltAUSE, leader National Wiles' Band. rCT OFFICE OF sJ K, II. EVANS, 1S21 F St. n. W., COMMISSIONER OP DKEUl FOR ALL bTATKS AND TKKltlTORIEd. NOTARY J UBLIC. Tele j-hone, &53-S. Uonrs from 0 to 4M. rHVINK AIIT AND ILLUSTIIATKI) 13U bfoks bound, full Morocco gilt ede; webaveatampaand dies; magazines, 65 and 7SccnU. LYCETT UINDKRY, 1013 Penn. ave. TMFJI!KI FlItKI FIItKI If you want the CHEAPEST, CLEANEST and MOST KCd.soMlCAL FUEL, buy Wash ington Gas Company's CUKE. JOIINbON DUOTniJIt. bolo Agunts. rvlHE. , AMICH HADCMITK tsy announces tbo removal of hi medl caloftlee and oxjgcu laboratory tj No 713 Hthstn w. WAMTgn HCLf.-.FEfflALE. Tht fDltoning ctast or a'tvtrtlstmend, mcK at Waiti,tor Salt or lent and similar itivul uotletf, our linn (ir Ust, on Him, m ctaUl two tlma, 40 ehtt; thru tUw, 50 ctntt, SlTUATIOS-IIKLl'-Columbia Km plojment nnd HuslnoM Ascncy, No l Ktli nt, room a. oti w unt n 1 lace, to bo Indus trlotirt, and ublo to dro I'dnUIoiu anil nltua tlons of nil JOiidi oiT rms o cry day Call nt omuuiid nmhokmiwn jutir w int S5ni dv) talarloo (DLUMUIA AOIi.NLV No l)i UlU st n w, over DnW hat stnro WANTKII-A V hltB Woman to Cook and to general housowoik In a small family laa Conn avo. VlTANTKIl-A Neat. Tidy Womiuito IT do irentral housework and watt) must bring references. Apply to 10m E st n w. , "rANTKP-(lood, Itellable Olrl for 1 1 general housework. Call at lo.'u Mass are n w this ei cnlng or after l,' to morrow. WANTEDROOMS. ANTKD-rurnl.IuMl Huoin, Ile- tween Bth and 10th its, faolng eait: comfortable: gas and heat will pay it or 810. Addrtss C, Crltlo oulce. . WANTED-SljJJATlONS WANTKD-llrn Lnilr.n Po.ttlon n eopylitt write n plain, rapid hand; sninll salary. Aridrm rnpYIST, trlilo onlio WANTKI-lly nil Ktdnrty Whltft woman, n phco to rook, wnsli and Iron for a small family; good references. .HJ ttmTi iff. WANTKll-ll- il YnutiK Man. U li1 t Inn In a store; has had somo experi ence In the grocery and provision builne--, and can work nt any other bulnn-", and I-anxtou- for a position. Address J, A, E., 731 liith st. WANTi:i-ll-nllrla-lit, Imlutrlon colorexl man, a situation as waiter In a prlrato family or In Urst-clas- txianllnc hoiqj good reference-. Address 11W 15th st. niTANTRIl-A Youtiff I.ndy IIavIoi: If her own sewlnir machine desires otn ployment with n dressmaker or snnnntrpss on white foods; latter preferred. Address Miss P, 611 K st n q WANTKU-Ily a Tonne Uol'it Man, n plaro as porter In a store or to ilrlTO and caro for horses. Coil or address wi MIi st ne. -TTrANTKH-Sltnatlon bh Cook or M chambermaid In a small family Ap- iiy m an ubi 11 w WAMTKD-fly a Neat Colored Olrl, a sltoatlon a- eook or chambprmald : good nferences. Call or address 13 H J nvo n w. . WANTKD-Hr it NM, Fettled Col'd woman, a sltnatlon as rook orehnm bermald, with a prlrato family; good refer cnues. Address In roar of 1311 13tb st n w. "TrrANTKIl A PlrstClAs Lnnndress V wBnts washing by tho day. Apply in Tleasant alloy, between I) and Va avo and 8d and 4V( sis a w. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTKn-I.adlen Will Find lT to their Interests to haro their dross mak ing ilrmj before the season N further ad vanerd; suits nil tho way from 51 to $7. 3JU L st u w. W fANTKU Horses to W Intvr. 11. grr.A, .w,i i"t n w. WANTFIl Ilr Younir Alan, h rontu mntrj can liaroall tlioomforts of a Imme; refcrrnccf required. Address ri, Crltlo ofllce. WANTI.lt Tlie 1'iiltllo to Know that F, WALDECKKIt & CO manu facture muslral Instruments and strings; re pairing n specialty. iii7ftti stn w. tTTAKThn-It Known that C. H. lIUNUr OI4W IA avo (opn 1ty llall) Is Commlistoner of Docdn for allthoSUtos and Territories (excopt Maryland!. 1ASH Pnlil for Full Soft Kncyolo- ted las. 1 oan ofllce, 1000 E at n w; "ITfANTI-U KverylKMlT t Know that V Rlce'a fetcam Cleauinjr Works, 4M Malna avo s w, clcani carpets, renovatos feathers, steams mattresHCS and romakos them; also, furnlttiro utoamod In tho best m inner and at lowest prices. WANTKI) Custotnem with od rcfrrenco to buy flno clothing; tailoring on easy terms, at Btrasburcer & Son's, maim facturlng clothiers and tailors. llKFstn w. WAHTKD-Old OoM anil Stiver bonpht Tor casb by WM. TItlEDBRICII. tho nnmimctcrlug Jeweler, CCS 7th st, opp Patent Ofllce. W ANTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT DR. Tht lor. 034 F atrooL noar Tenth, makes uuhuliiui buis 01 an-iuuioi 100m lur 9m guar antecd to give full satisfaction; extracting with gas. chloroform or local anesthetics, M cents; without, 85 cents; filling at very low prices. vi ' ,ic:::i . i.,a.,.i . t . t. FOR RENT HOUSES. F Olt ltlSNT- 11 Conn avo, 18 rs IWUi 1011 Conn ave n w, 15 rs 200 00 1213 Frtnw, upper part, 13 rs ,, lil 00 iTit conn avo n w, 11 rs i 00 lCAMasave,13 rs ia 00 lU'5lotbstnw,l5rs 115 00 1015 II st n w, 14 rs IttONHaro, is rs lflPtsiststnw, is rs 10000 is,t) st n w, 13 is 100 00 l3invtaonw.U rs 100 00 icon Dthstnw. lira 10000 7i7ftbst n w, store and ors... 00 00 lciosiststnw. llrs 0000 loooNstnw.U rs DO 00 13th at and It I avo n w.'ll rs 1312 Conn avo n w, 13 rs P7 50 8171-tthstnw. llrs B0 00 ivMSMhstnw.Hrs w 00 lUBtnw,0rs 73 00 1413 Oft nw 7300 ICtf NIIae,0rs.,r, 75 00 1113 imi-iuo stn w, urn oioiotbstnw.isrs 7000 15.70 stnw, llrs :o(w ma 13th st n w, 10 rs ta 00 ism N J avo s e, 10 rs M 00 si7I)eiaon 0, I5rs so 00 24M Mth it nw, "rs 30 00 actJCJstnw. iors coco fft3 1 at n w, 0 rs HG7rthstn w, mrs 60 00 1514 Pith ft nw, 17 rs 50 00 24?ti Craven Terrace n w, 0 rs bo 00 !M0814thFtn w, lor 40 00 lllDstnw, 11 rs , 40 in) ifM7anaii7tiifitnw,3rsana8toie ... 3. co iiioiuibatn w, ; rs 3joo 4ia Mo avo n w, 0 rs 3M0 iMoiotbctnw, Ors 31 00 wmthstn w.Ors itKOistuUihttn w.iOrs"" HOSFHtnw.lS rs SWandSKllststs w, 0 rs n 00 Tho above housea can bo examined by per mltftom THOMAS J. FISHER & CO., 13SI F Btreet northwest. IJlOlt ni:.NT-rinety FiirnUlied Frl ; ato rebldenco in best purl of tho north west section ol the city; topilvute party only; Jl.SPOpir annum BUS1INELL.& CATtUST, loos v st n w. I7MU HKNT-:t3;in R st n w (aeoree town). Broom brick, nearly new: runt glflpfr inniilh. Cwll or lnftdro4 Mb stno . FPU REN T-ytirj ! QMS,. . , I? OK RKNT-lst Floor, 3 Itoomi Mr : light bouBekeeplog; handsomely fur nlshed or unfurnished on 2d floor In tho bouse; on Sd floor. 8 rooms for light housekeeping, furnished or unf urulshcd, at 1110 F at n w , bet 11th and 18th sts. 37 Oil ltKNT-033 10th stn v, Second ; Btory front bay window room, folding bedj 112 per month; private family. FOK It K NT-1 Kooins, FurnUhedt soothern exposure. MRS. SIEFURTU, HSOstne, AKKLTAULII White Woman Can have a pleasant dining room and kitchen in good location for catering; reDt takn In loord for ono person. Address ALL WIN nfcH.Ciltlo office. I? Olt IlKNT-Two Well Furnlsliod ; front rooms, bright and sunny; folding bed: suitable for two gentlemen; rent low to good tenant. 1103 Uth st n w. I? OR RENT-1238 13th st n w, Two : or tlireo unfnrnlshod rooms. BOARDINO-One or Two Uentleinen wanting board In private family with pleasant frontrooms, together or neparately, will apply at Qjl O st n w. I? OH It KMT Two Furnished Rooms all modern Improvements; convenient to cars; moderate rent, co-i S Y a 0 a w. I70R HKNT - Handsome Rooms, : nicely furnished! Blngly or together; furnace heat and all conveniences, 71 1 1th bt n w. 1?Olt RENT 1 Large Hit Story Front ? 100m, furnished. Including gas and lioit; suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemen; board If pro f erred, at 1423 feth Bt n w. I"? OK IIUNT-nS.l II t n w, Nicely , furnished room; southern expuiure; ex cellent iiclghburhood; cuiivculent to cars and Dei-urtinentH I701tm:T Two Lkfro CJommuul. ' eutlng tooms on tho 8d ilcor, furnished roroplctely, or unfurrdxhed for light houm keutlng; Iwtli ad Joining; low lent; locution good. lo 7JH Hi ft 11 w fob SALE.--HISCELLANEOUS. I74JK KALE- "" " 1 1 INOTYPE STOCK Six shut is, first nMotninuut paid, fo; ttalo, Addie-a LLW IS, a Itlo office. 17 Olt 8tLE-A Thoroughbred Uiill . d ir, about 4 years old 'an ho f eon be tween tho hours of Ound 4 at 313 It Btn 0 l?un ALE-One Ilahy O.irrlaee, In pccel condition, ut 1 JM Utli st ti w 170UHALICh(iip-A Calirornln Ite.t . wood ( ount r, biriredoubloiltrol safo, desk, etc. I'll RoHKItraON, IMS II st n w. I70H HALK-Flxliiren nart Stock of . fruit nnd provNIon storo; good reasons for felling. Apply at li.0N Y nvo. 170U HALK-Ooml rim illy HorHn, 1 harness, carriage, buggy, tlno family row, elder press, churn, plow and harrow. B. J. OAfeH. 5m lith st n w. 17 (HI SALE-An Elilrldee hewlnar ; machine; as good as new, wlthdoublo drawers; rout f GO; having no uso for It any longer will soil theap for cash. AddiessEI drldgo hflWlng-Maphlnnj Crltlo ofllco M USIC AL JN8TRUME NTS. ?OR KKNT ----- 1 PIANOS AND OROAN8. All tho leading makes. Runt from 12 to 310 per month, Rent applied on purchase. p,n ttMiTfi, Uii Penna avo FOR SALE-HOUSES I?OU lti:NT-1n Annrn-tlfi,' Nearly new 7 room cottage; convenlont to street cars, Apply to II. A.timsWOT.T). Anaeostla. I? Olt SAf.K ltrlck IIoiissi nn (J st, bet 1 13th nnd ICtli sts, containing 11 rs, all tn I: for saierhesp for next ten days Al STIN 1'. IiltOWN, Real Estato and Loans, 140 F st nw, H Ol'SKS FORSALK. Mstuw.nrs.ml - fV.noo Mstn w. I3rs, m 1,,, sn.ooo Vtaro. 13 rs. ml 1VW0 Ostnw, 14 rs, ml 15.noo Hitti w, Ors, ml 7,300 Pstn w, 8pt, ml . 4,fiO0 nthstnw.7rs,ml 4.R00 sth stn e, firs, m 1,, irod loth stn e,7 rs. ml SWii Sdstnc, 7rs, m 1 3,000 llUJStU. IIDi.lOEil. lOQOFstn w. 1?OR HAI.B.On Easy Terms A Ie JP slrable a-story brick dwelling, with bank building, 12 rooms, excellent condition: bath. furnace, range, large cellar, pantry, etc; lot so feet front on wide avenue, running to a Btret parking 80 ft; bouso Mi 63 ft; con venient to four linos of cars and herdlcs, market, pebool, etc; Jfl coo terms to salt pur chaser. Arplyto OWNER, on premlsoi.ROJ N V ave. I? Oil MAI.E A Nice n-Story Ilrlck : dwelling of 7 rooms; all mod Imps; lot 30 fectrronton Wat, bet 14th Ana loth sts n w; title perfoct; prlco, If sold at once, J2.W0. Apply to P, A. DARNEIIXE, l0FBt. T7 OR SALE A iJirgo Donhle Frame JL1 bouse on south side Fa are, bet Oth and 7th sts s e; lot Is 40 feet front back to good al ley; price, 7,ooo BWOIlMhTEDT A BRADLEY, 037 F st. -fOR SALE-Ppecln! Dargaln. Rouse 1711 L st n w, with a lot 19x114, to an alley: T&o per so ft If sold at once. THOMAS A. MITCHELL, tilt F st. Room 4. J? Olt NAL1S-H New Rrlrk tlntisng, ? north side of Teuton placo n e, nes.r Oovrrnment Piloting Office: 0 rooms, water In kltf hf n, bis and sower. Apply to JOSIU'tl Bt'IlDEN. llulhler, rl O st n w. I:iOH SALE- II on sort lor Homos or In. " vestments. K st n w, corner house, largo, well locatod, can bo bouaht at a bargain. ISth st n w, beautiful residence, t erfect order, all ml $13,000 Vt bio, near Iowa Circle, elegant house and location..... 31,000 Iowa Circle, charming house, very com plete throughout 80,oXf list n w near loth stn w, appointments and finish, pcrf(t, side lot 30,000 10th st n w, near Dunont Circle, nearly new. Inside finished tn natural woo I, heating and ventllal Ion excellent; can bo ptirtliacd furnished or tin fur. ... M stuw, t-ctlthandlPth sts, a houses, all very desirable, dlff lent prices.,.. llthstnw. bet P and Q sts, lino busi ness prorirty 7.VM Corcoran st,btt ISth and lltlHti 7.VW Tst, near 15th stn w 3,500 Mo ave, homo in good order, loased for 8 10 per mo 0,000 II st 11 n, good Blzcd house and lot, all mod Imps 3,000 11th stso.i new houses, very complete, good yards; each 3,500 IS hotiKcs, small and convenient, all rented, grand Investment; each CjO 8 houses, new and complete, paying good rato of Int: terms oasy; each... 1,000 3 houses, well built, paying good rent; can bobonchtfor (each)...,, 1,050 Houses sold or exchanged. Building esti mates furnished. Loans promptly negotiated. (ISO. P. ClOL'F, No. 1420 New York avo. 17 OR SALE Suitable for Uuslnesa ; Property. Brick, 7 rs, on Oth, bet I and IC rts $fl,W0 Brick, 0 rs, on Oth, bet I and Ksts 7,300 Frame, near I on Otb st, lot 20 ft front.. 0,600 Also desirable residence on I st, near Dtu 11 rs, all m I, lot 2:1 ft front 9,000 J.W.P. MYERS SON. 11JS New Yorkavonuo. I ?OU RENT To Desirable Colored : tenants, several 4 room houses locatod on 15th nt. adjoining tbo Wayland Seminary; bouses Just put la thorough repair; rent S3.JO ter month. C1IAS. E. BANES, looi F Bt n w. 3 ?OIt HALE House Near DnpontClr ; clo, new; 14 rooms; finished In bard wood; frescoed; speaking tubes; heated by furnace; all modern Improvements, prlco, Sts.oou, AUSTIN P. DROWN. Real Estate and Loans, lt.0Fstn w. FOR SALETwo 3-Story 11 -Room bricks, mod imps, on llth Bt; lots aoxijo ft to alley; price $15,600; will soli separately. Lot on It st, near llth st, 30x03 ft to alley. Two lieantlfnt building lots In Ilyattsvllto, near It It station, 43xl0 ft, onlv lOo per foot. J. W.P.MYERS A KON, 14-M N Y avo. ITIOR SALXS-Rcantlfiil Three-Story, 8 room houo, pressed brick front, bay window, all mod Imps; this house Is partly flnl&bcd In bard wood; has tllod fire piaoos, plate glads mirrors, etc. etc and la situated on U Bt, bet 15th and loth sts n w. Price, only JC.000. J. W. P. MYERS A SOV, liaNYavo. 17 OH MLE-Three Houses, Renting . for 835 per month, on 10th Bt n w, but, r st and It I ave, with lot onouah to build two more bouses; prlco for all 81 S porfoot; a good investment. J.W. P. MYERS & bON, 14J3 N Y ave. 17 OR SALE Rare Chance Ile.iutlful : 8-room house and 80,000 feet of ground In Takoma Park, prlco only 81,000, also elegant sites lor two stores on 14tu ft; lot 40 by 120 feet to 20 ft alley. J. W. P. MYERS JS toON, 1428 N Y avo. I70R SALEA Very Desirable Now ; 8 story nnd basement brick dwelling, 0 roomsand all modern lmprocmonts, In a raiidiy improving section of tho northwest; the owner being about to leave the elty this propcrtytsoftcrcd for a few days at the low prlco of 8't NX) Forpormlt to seo apply to h ORMSTEHT JL BHADLE Y, 0,7 V Mt 37OH HALE : Brick, cr and collar on Caroline st ti w .$vx Brick, lOr, on 13th, above la circle ft,M0 " Cr.onQ, bet 20th and 2Istnw... 2,800 " lOr.onTst, bet 13th and 14tb.... 0,300 11 .r.Klngman Place 4,000 " 7r. Pierce PI. bet 1Mb and 10th.. 3.noo ' Ilr. Q, bet lath and llth Bt 7,230 " tr South Capitol Bt l uoo u lOr.on Corcoran at 4,730 " 6r, 14th st, business property..,, 7,000 " &r, Fenton st. n'r Govt iTlnt Of.. '1.3W " 7r,c8t,bet4thand3thnw 8,300 M Btoro and dwelling, llth Bt 10,000 " Or, Itlggs st. bot llthandllth..,, 0,250 " lor ana stable, on It I avo 8,wo M 7r and storo, 13th and O bis a w, . 4,300 " ior,onN,bet 20tband 21st sU, riw boue lfl,fVW Frame on Dunbarton ave l.fioo " on Congress st, n'r postoffico .... 2,000 14r brick, E, bet stb and Cth, n'r Pension ofllce 10,j00 Also Improved and unimproved property In all parts of tbo city. Apply to J. W.P.MYERS A SON, lta New York avo. FOK BALK On New York Ave n w, beautiful 3 story press brick bouso, 10 rooms, all frescoed, mod Imps, with 2-story brick atablo In rear; ptlce, only $J,230. J. W.I'. MVBRSAbON, 14a New York avo. 17 OR SALE- If sold within ten days can be hid cheap. 1CC0 S st, 7 rs, bath and alt mod Imps, hand somely finished; 84.C0O, Arpiyto J. W T. MYERS A SON, " N Y avo. FOK SALE-Small Uriel. Koikes, n o. oneasy pnvmont: also, others ury low for cash, b'WORMSrEDT&BUAltLBY, 17 OR BALE-Oood lliulnSM Property Invest Washington, on 3M st, buto and P sts; nUo store and dwelling attached; prlco only $1,500. J, W. P. MYUits A.M)N, . IIMNYave. TORKALK 10-ltuoui ltrlck Ilnuxe. 1 20xiro, modern com enlencos: Imme Hate iiosKCBslon, 2111 M tit n w. Hjxiolil bargain IHOMAhA. MIT( 1IEI.I,, 081 Fat. Room 1. 17OK SALE-Striil New Ilrlck AN 7 ley houses bttOand P, 4th nnd Bth sts nw, Urseaeh, with water, etc; nice, $73u, All the abue aro well rented J.W P. MYERS A SON, im Now York avenue. I71R SALE-Two Small llrlcksicood 1 location; will pay 10 per cant lute-nut. I rice, each $1,200. Good Investment Lot with small frame house, on Vermont avenue, near Iowa Circle; a ply at once. Tno good 0 room bricks, 4th st ti w; luluo. 51,000. Elegant residence ouftliBti 8 rooms; mod ern improvements; furnace, etc, stable; price, only jJ.CtO tolmmedlato rmroinbnr. J, W, P. MYERS A. hOV, 1138 N. Y. avo IpORSALE 41 rent Hargaln on llth 1 at, bet P and (J sta n w, large three story brick; modlms; lot 18x101 to alley; can bo turned into a store at little expense; price, 7,600. Also boautlful tot on New llampshlru ave, betLandM sts, CO fett front: price, 81,75 perfoot. J, W. P. MYEits Win. 14 New York avo. F Olt SALE. 51 flrn rrinm Tiriiil brtrk front hotles. mod Imp: pay U cr cent, on lncstmeutj prlco 31 000 each. Four lots opposite above lio per sn ft. HJ8 N Y avo. FOR SALE-HOUSES. 17 OK SALK M By IiKNT.r. DAVIS, 1310 Tst. ()st,S'rs.43ftrront ,,,,,t 11,000 Park st, llrs, iooxU. U,f"0 Kst, 12 rs, first -Us In all respects lflooo It lave, Ors, large lot, near 13th Bt 10, VM 1 nnicr aro, 10 rs, lot 30x130 s.vm M st, 10 rs, cor, with largo parking 8,ono 7th st, Mrs ,. 7,3(111 7t h st, storo and dv tiling 1 omblned.. ,. Cdto Howard ao, 7 rs, flno outlook 3,700 It st, near 10th, frame 7 rs, choice lot.. ftW) I stn w.flrs, lot 2)1x100 , noon ltlh Bt, Ors, rented at JVlJd per month . 4,M0 Now Cottage. Mt Pleas't, cor lot 03xl4'J. 4, wo HBt,7rs,suuth front 4 2"p0 3ferldlAo are, 0 rs (new), 5 ono ft ground 4,000 tor Princeton and 7th, 0 rs, lot ooxiw.. aoo F at, n o, frame, ors.lot !Wxl0u 8,ixw 4rs, CotUifO, Mt Pleasant 2,000 Cor with 2 houses 11 and Ors (together). U.ooo T70R SALE Houses. oonSd stn e.Trs, allml.,, , jl.ono 1 on 13th Bt n w, 8 rs, all m 1 O.Jon lonTst n w, 8rs, ml 4,'iOi) 1 on Sd stno. Ors, 3 sqs from Capitol grounds, lot 25x100 .....4..... 9,000 1 on N st n w. 10 rs, all m 1, now .,, 10.000 Bovcral on 22a st n w. On, all ml 4,w AUSTIN 1", BROWN, Real Estate and Loans, UMFstnw. 17 LEO A NT Corner, Rnslness Prop erty, on 0th st, abovo Mass ave; price $12,000. Nice 3-storr brick house, 6th st n w, bot II and I sts; price $0,300. seven houses on F Bt n w, Ave rooms each; price $2,000. Four room houses; on F st, bot N J ave and N Cap Bt; price $2,3oo each. tveral bouses, a rooms each, on Mass nvo, bet N J ave and N Cap it: prlco $4,000 oacb. Two C-room houses on Mass avo n w, bet N J avo and N Cap st; price $2,300 each. 3.1,000 sq feet of ground neartJohirabla St. it. It. terminus, at 8a per foot, or $2 coo lor tbo whole. This property Is very desirable, being finely locatod. J. W.T. MYERS A SON. njqjt 1 are. FOR SALE Frame llnnse, 5 Rooms, lot 17x00. o Bt nw, bet 22dand2:Jd Bts; only JI.COO; $VX) rash, balance 1 nnd2yoars, THOMAS A.MI1CI1BLL, fill Fst, Room 4. T70R SALE Reantirul 13Roin JL; boaoonPRrk st. Just west of lithst; lot Is loo feet on Park at, running through to Sheridan ave. to a depth of 270 feet. Price, Including elegant house, fino per foot. T. W. P. MYEHSAMJN. 14W N Y avo. FOR SALELOTS. I70R SALE-In finest Location In " northeast section of city, n number of short lots, fronting on thrro streets. Includ ing to corners, containing over 37,000 feet; oilerod at speculative prtci s aWORMSTEDTA BRAT1LEY, i7 P Bt n w. 17011 SALE A lleiintirnl Lot, 15.8x00 . fett onCarioll st, within ono sq of tho I lopctscd Congressional Librarj; will soil low forcah. JAS. n.CLARKE.013 Fstn W. F OR RAI.E-I.ots. Per foot ,. .:m ... 201) .... l.l'O .... 1.30 2Ut st, bet M st and N II avo Oth st, bet Lnnd M E Cap st, n side. 20 3x1 Jl, quick ealo 22d st, bctN and o Roanoke Bt, Col. Heights , 43 r.enoawstfCol.Hclfthts .10 Uhltneyavo H 1 Howard Bt, Mt, Pleasant in y hltney Closo 15 THOS. G. 11HNSEV, 1008 F st n w. 17 OR SALE Large Number of dcilra ble building lots adjoining tho city, north east, lying betwocn2d and Cth sts e and Onnd U sts n; Ecklngton, a fine estate adjoining tho city northenst and formerly tbo residence of Joseph Gales, esq, has been subdivided into desirable building lots and Is now offered for salonsBUch; this subdivision in strictly an addition to Washington city, and tho streets and avenues have been laid out on the same Fcalo and connect directly with tho city streets; already five handsome cottages aro In process of erectlont sewerage, gas and water will be furnished to thoso desiring to build; prices rango from 5 cents to 25 cents ner foot, according to location. For plats and further Information apply to TUos.jr,FisUEn&co, 1331 Fstn w. T70K SALE-EIeBunt Entitling Lot X near Iowa Circle, 24x60; alley aide and rear; cheap If sold at once J.W. P. MYERS A BON, 1428 New York ave. ROSSLYNN AGAIN to the FORE. THE COMING INVESTMENT. Tbo finest villa sites yet offered, overlook ing all others. Mi acres each, only 3 cents per fos-t. Tersons need only look to be convinced that tboy cannot go wrong In purchasing. 1 ho Aqueduct Vna Bridge, Memorial Bridge and Mt. Vernon avenue are bound to double all Investments made at Itooslynn, T. H.SYl'lll.UU A, CO, 1007 F St. 370R SALE That Desirable Lot cor . ner of Massachusetts avenue andsdst n e, 110x131 feet; commanding lino view of tho city. A good location for drugstore; pi Ice, $1.25 per square foot. TUOMAS A. MITCnELL. 031 Fit, Itoomi. F OR SALE Lots. Hut. betlZtb and lltlntun w. 20x100.... S? Of) Southwest cor 22d and N Bts n w, 100x100 J 00 O st, bet 21st and 2.'d, 100x100 175 1'aaioso, bet cth and 7th Bts, 20x75 each 1 30 It ft, bet Oth and 10th n w, 20x03 1.30 Ost. bet 2d and 3d nw, 31x100 1 25 22d St. bet L and Mn w,4lxIJ 1 00 bWOHMSTLUT A. UHAIlLCY, 027 F at n w. A11AIEOAIN U Fold Immediately Beautiful building lot on Columbia Heights; elegant site. Applv at once to J, W.P.MYKlia.thON, 14J8 N Y avo. 17 OK SALE Ry N. E. LEWIS, Real : Estate, Loans and Insurance, 433 7th st n wOno lot next to tho htickner Momorlil Chnnei, 7-!xino feet, north side of p st, bot fith and Cth bi n w, Heu other salos In Saturday's btar, I70R SALE Fifteen Elegant Lots In ; BonihwcBt soctlon, near Md ave nnd hmlthsonlan Institution; fino opportunity for a builder; cheap and terms easj ; on this prop erty twenty-two houses can be erected aud ready sales made Lot on Bonth side of Rhode Island avonuo, near Iowa circle; a beautiful building lot; 21 feet front and 80 feet deep to a wlda alloy; price moderate and terras easy, blx brick houses la northwost section on lino of Belt R. It, cars, now paying 10 pur cent,; price $Q,730. Several now bouses, 7 rooms each; all mod ern Improvements; northwest section, near 14th st; price, $3,800. blx superior lots In tho northwest seotton on which nlno houses can bo erected and ready sales obtained; a deHfrable corner. J. W.F. MYERS AfaON, 14J8 New York avenuo. I70K SALE Three Reautirul Hultd : Ing lots on east sldo of 2 id st n w, neai P ut. opposite tho new riding school alto. ITloo only 81 30 per foot. J. W. V. MYERS A SON. 14 N Y avo. C,OU SALE UniinproTed Property, 80 lots on N Y avo and N Bt n e wilt be sold singly or as desired; good width; not deep; terms easy; splendid opportunity for bulldors. FOll BALE 13 flnobiiitdJng lots on NY ave ne; 20 ft front; all graded; prlco low; grand chanco for Investment. FOR SALE-43,000 TfTft, within 1 block of horFOcaru, n e; ready for building; Miwor. wot 1 rand gas In square; bargain if purchased wlthlushoittlmo. FOR SALE Ono of tho best lots on Mstn W, near N II ave, at very low figure. FORHALE-Elpi-ant build lnc lot on Conn aio, 3,000 i.qrt, at $180. roll SALE Very desirable lot on Mass at 0 n w, feouth front, very tine location, FOUSLE-BeantlfuT building lot on HI ate, near Iowa tlrclo; prlco of lot, $5,oou, FOR SALE Mas ave n w, several very de strablo lota with southern exposure; uaiy tcim. FOR SALE On Cst n w, orlirlnal lots, well atlarted for subdividing; nelichborbood Im proving, rORSALE-Vcry 1 heap-Lot nnW stn 0, near street cats; sultublo for 10 small dw'ngs. Choice lots In nil suburban subdivision?. GEO P. GOFF. No 14-sjNVave L0S1 AND FOUND. TOST In the ltth nt Oar, lletunen J 8 10 and Op in, $10. Oct 17. A liberal ro ward will bo paid lor lemlng It at tho Crltlo ollice. REVAKI)-Slni)edoii Momlay night Oct 10, a large, jutnig chesapuako re trlever; has a flno Urge head; liver color; no white A liberal reward will bo paid If ro t nrnod to H M. HOVT. 1A23 Alartlson t 11 w. FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS I70K SALE Dyniimocruph Stock ' 10 to IV) shares of Dynnm igraph stook. Apply to PKNJ.H PIKE. 1223 Kitnw 7GR RENT Fine Olllre Rooms, 1st 1 tloor, 029 F st n w, HiiltaUIo for law, peti tion or rual eatato biiKftiess: tiro proof vutilt and open giato, J. u. UHVY.fc CO, O.'JFstnw. I70K RENT New htahle, Cox'a Alley, : rear of Odd lellows Hall; six stalU, completo in every rosiKioti olnvator. eto: rone $300 per annum. J, fllEU, KtLLEY, 5IJ Wli stn w. AUCTiOH SALES. GEORGE W, ST1CICMKY, Anctlonecr, 01(1 Pst. By virtue of a deed of trust dated March 1, 1W, and duly recorded In llbcr No. Ut folio 30, ono of tho land records for the District of Columbia, at tho written request of tho party secured thereby, wo w 111 offer for salo at pub lloanctlon.ln frontoftho premlsos, on FRI DAY, October Si, 17, nt a o'clock p. m , tho following del rr I bid real estate, situate lying and being In tho city of Washington,!), O, and known and described ns tot numbered forty-eight (43), In Thomas J. King's subdl vlslonor certain lots In square nnmber four (4j, as recorded In liber 13, folio 171. of tho Surveyor's Office of the District of Columbia, sold subject to a deod of trust recorded In liber lIP2.folloIOCetscq.tosecnrethosnmof $1,130, payable three years from October 7, i883,lntor est 0 per cent., puyablo semi annually. , Terms of sale One-half (M) cash, balanoo In six 6)monihs, with Intercut at a percent. I cr annum scoured by a deed ot trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. $100 deposit required at time of sale, terms to bo complied wit b within ten dayaorpioperty wlllbercsold at risk of do faulting purchaser. All conveyancing at pur chaser's cost, JAMES H. MARK, JOHN T. ARMS, THIS I COS FOR SALE AND RENT. R EAL ESTATE IIULLETIN TnOS.'E. WAGGAMAN, 017 Fst. Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays. THREE STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. 103Paavonw. bh.llrs $9,000 108 1st Btn w, bh, llrs 8,000 2033 II st n w, m 1, b b, 13 rs 8,000 23Indaven w, nb, ml, Ors 7, wo NCapmcdl Btsn w, bh, modlm.flrs... 0000 1208 5th stn w, b b.m 1, 9 rs....,,,. ....,, b.wo iKBtn w, bh,s rs.... 5 300 K)3 Oth st n w, b h, m 1. 8 rs , 4,500 4S8,4iOnnd421stnw,f h.Ors 4.300 2211, 2213 7th st n w, b h, water, 0 rs 4,noo TWO bTORY BRICK AND FRAME U0USE3 FOR SALE. POtSthstn w,f h, 7 rs $1,500 011 nnd cju B t ti e, bh, 7 rseach 4,noo catooyo at ne, rii,4rs., .,., s.vw MicthBt no. f b,7rs 2.300 id Myrtle st n 0, bli.m 1,7 rs ,,,,,,, 2,200 13MyrtlOBtn e, bh, 7 rs ,,,, 2,000 SOMryllostne, bh,7rs .,,, 2,000 112 Kst ne, f h. Ors ,, 1 koo awratbstne, th,2 rs 1.500 tJOSthstne, f h,7rs l.&OO UNIMPROVED PROPERTY TOR SALE. Por Foot. Vst, bet llth and llth sts nw 1 00 11H st, bet canal and C sts n w 1 00 II stbetN II are and 23th stn w 100 lstst, bet O and I' s w 100 10 LEASE. For a term of 25 years, a valuable piece of business property on F et, bet ltlh and IJtli n w; rent, $150 er month and taxes. Lessee to build on earne. For a term of 23 yri,a viluabIo place of business 1 roncrty on llth st, ntar Pa avo n w: rtnt. $123 per month and taxes. Lcsseo to build ouBamo. Per Annnm. II at, bet 4th and 6th n 0 S-M 00 UNIMPROVED OEOROHTOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. Lots 31, 83, 33, block 6: lot 31. block 7; part of lots as, HO, block 11; part of lots 40, 41 and 80, block 13 $100,000 HOUSES FOR RENT. 1313 10th stnwtSr $23 CO 1233 G stn W, 7rs ,, 23 00 820 6th st s W, 10 rs 21 00 s: nth sts w.Ors 2300 ltoa D stBc,7rs 2300 023 Essex Court n w, 4rs 12 ho Oak Ijiwn, 19th Bt ex, n w, 3rs H w 20i Boundary Btn w. 4 is U 00 1113 4th It DC. 4 rs 12IO 1320 E Bt s 0, & rs woo CO to C8 Jackson alloy n e, 0 rs 11 so S20 Del avo n e, 8 rs 10 00 1371 D Bt B w, 4 rs 10 00 l2lBtne,5 rs 1000 63C,t3S, wo 13th stno, 3 rs 1000 UHHFBtnw, 2rs 1000 2200 10th at n w, 4rs 1000 308 and 310 alley bet 3d and 4th, K and h ttsne, 4rs 0 00 t)l3DlBgdon'a alley n w,4 rs.,... 8 00 22 Clark's alley n w, 4 rs 8 00 LOANS. In saras to salt at 0 per cent. lbe above la only a small portion of prop erty on my books. For full list call at ofllco for bulletins Issned on 1st and 13th. COUNTRY PROPERTY. I70R RENT-Furm of 70 Acres, IM ; miles from Navy Yard Bridge; largo house, stable nnd outbuildings. Apply to li.A.URiaWOLD, Anacostla. 170R KENT Farru of SO Acres, Near : bt. Elizabeth's Asylum; now bouse; line garden land. Apply to II. A. GHISWOLD, AnaeostU. CARLIN SPRINGS For Sate A Buflklent number of lots having been sold to Justify tho definite organization of the ByndIcato.lt I s proposed to call fur tho first payment by tho 1st of November. Meantime, parties desiring lots nnd shares can apply to BAXTER A- MICGUWAN, 100H and 1010 Pst FOK HALE 30 acres, well Improved, 9 miles from city, on B and P R R. $.',5uo. 12H acres, Improved, near Forest Glen Sta tion, on Metropolitan Branch, $2,3uo. 20 acres, fine residence, overlooking city, adjoining Agaaslz Park, $5,230. 10 acres, very handsomo residence, good tenant house, magnificent view of city, 3 miles from city, 011 V and O It R. SW.iOO. , 8 acres, cottugo of 7 rooms, stable, cto , 2HJ miles of city, splendid view of city, S,',njo 2d acres, good Improvements, fruit, 3 miles from city, S3.&K). 81 acres, well Improved, 13 mllos from city, on good turnpike, $mo. 20 aaes, lmiioved, overlooking city and river for miles, im the line of Mt. Vm noa av 0, $10,CC0. l'i acres, on rlooklng city, 2) J miles. 33.000. 11 act. s, fino building Mica, with fino view of dty, Sl.ico. 1 ni res, magnificent lew and building site, S I.010. a neres, mllo from Aqueduct bridge, fino view ol city and river, 52,300. 30 acres, well lmiroed, JO 001; 2H acres, $3,000; 10 ncrcs, $1,5W; 5, $1,200; all adjoining, on high cliff, overlooking city and river, ljfi miles from Aqueduct bridge. Many others. Call for bulletin. 12e res, lino Improvement, 2ji mllesfrom city, $5,0(10. Many others. Call for bulletin. T.U.bYPHERDfcCO., 1007 Pst. 17 Olt BALK The Cheapest Property 1 on our list Is that $3,uco property at Takoma Paik. Price now reduced to $3,300, BAXTER X MacOOWAN, 10CH and 1010 FBt. T70K HALE-rt3,040 Square Feet oT X ground, good location; northeast section; prlco only lOo per foot, FARM OS ACRES, Montgomery County. Md; double house; all necessary outbuildings; good fencing; plenty of wood and water; short drive from Washington Orovo Camp; to ImmeUlato purchaser $2,500 J, W.P.MYERS SON, 1123 NY avo. SIXTY CHOICE SELECTIONS OF SMALL ROM Ed OF FltOM ONE TO OVK HUNDRED ACHICS, IMPROVED AND UN IMPROVED, WITHIN FROM ONE HALF TO THHKEMILESOFTnE CITY, AT LOWEST TJUCES AND MOST FAVORABLE TERMS. T. 11 BYPHBHD A CO. 1(107 F St. PERSONAL. u. S. STANDARD RE3IEDIES. Cough Syrup, Itheumatlo Remedy, syitemTonlo, Pllo Remedy, For salo by all druggists and at ofllco. STANDARD REMEDY CO, Telephone. 1W 4. I200natnw. GENTLEMEN'S Suits Seoureil ud I reb&ed for $1. Coats, &00 ; pants, 25o.; vents, 23o. , , Goods called for and delivered. Ropalrlng and altorlng doiio In the beat manner. K. I. HAHN, rci Jilnlli St. N. .. Walilnnton, D, C. TtflflpllOtlfl Cull. Whh. P Ultl-IY DAIRY LUNCH HOOMS, Corner Eleventh and E streota n, w. E. W. SIMOXD9, Prop. Breakfast from 7 to 11 a. in, uinnir jrom4toe Jup m Meals to order, Luni.ii at all hour j. All pantry homo-tndJa. Furnished Rooms by the day, week or month. rpllOY LAUNDlU, J. 1110 O Mrect northwost. Branch oflice, 1212 Penna, avo. Collars and Cuff a specially at sue por doz; Shirts loo path. Goods called lor and dollrorod at any part of the elty, IE OlOUIt, Itestnorntenr anil UMerer, J will furnish estimates on application for weddings, parties, soclablos, bunquets, oto, Eorv facility as u tlrct-tlans catoior. Call or addremi LB WOUH, 812 ftth at n w. K.. UK. BR.O"W2Sr, UEALEIt IN Paints, Oils, Glass, llruiltes, Vnrril.h.,, Glue,, Ositor and Kent. Foot Oil, 1952 BEYENTU &T1IEET K0HTUWE3T. AMUSEMENTS. N EW NAIIONAL THEATRE. TnAtJIonVCNTOP THE SEASON. ONE WEBK. COMMENCINII MONDAY, OCTODEn IT. MAllNBB HA1U1IUAY. Tho Tr.Kodlnil, Mr. Frederick Wavde, Supportctl by nn Emotant Companr an Man asul br Hudson JL. o'Nctl. IlErEUTOIKE-Monday. "Damon and Tflh IV,", T,!f"d"' "Vlrlnln,;" Wodnoiday. "(Inlhn. llio (lladlatorj" Thur.d.r. "Oaston Cadol" (flrst tlmo In Washington Coquolln's greatest bucco.sIi Frldar, "nrutn., or tho Vnll of Tarquln;' Saturday Slatlnoo, "aaa tonCadolj" Haturday, "Jtlchard III.'1 No advanco In xrlco,-Oi 60c, TSo, SI and Ner,t Wock-TnE GOU1EN OtANT. A LBADQE'S GRAND OPERA-HODSE. ONE WEEK, . COMMENCINO MOUAY. OCT. 17. SIAT1NBJI8 WEDMESUAY AND SATUHDAS Tor Koodoos, sake don't say I told you." Engagement o( tho Idol ot tho Fun-Loving Public, MISS KATE CASTLET0N, And her Famous Company of Comedians, pre renting the convulsive laughing success, CRAZY PATCH. Constructed for Laughing Pnrpows Only. A Play In which all previous attempts at tho us auempis at mo 1 rvp r end v 1 . Itonnn iiuuiuiuiia imm ucru huim e true ted I Rejovenatedl Relanghteratedl . NEXT WEEK Halabury'a Troubadours. TJ ARRIS' BIJOU THEATRE. Matinees Dally, Prices At nlKht, 3 and Wo ; at matinees. adults, sue: young peoplo under IS years 01 ago, half price. Unrivaled spectacular production ottho greatest of all melodramas, EtBBi033La SlQVO, t'ndcr the direction of Mr. T. li. Wlnnctt. A carload of magnlQcent scenery. Oorgeoiw paraphernalia. Ilcautlful stnite decorations. Intricate and startling moihan'cit effects, TI e great production of the season. NttXlMSEKK Dowiing and Hasaon In MlllOllVH t'LAIM TERNAN'8 Washington Theatre. AdmlfBtnn, 11, C5 and Wo. Mat, 10 ani Wei The Biggest and Best on Earth. 11EILLY A WOOD'S IHU8U01V, W-Art!rtB 60 0-TIIE NELSON FAMILV-0, Tbo Acrobotlo .Marvels of the Age, And u wealth ot New Feature. Inrluding TUB 11(181! POLICE BRIGADE, Matinees Mon.. Tues , Thun nnd Sat. THE JOCKEY CLUB RACES. Tiiosilny, Oct. S.I, Wednesday, Oct. '20, Thursday, Oct. 27, Friday, Oct. 28, Saturday, Oct. 30, And (weather permitting) Four Extra Days the Following; Weekj TIVE RACES EACn DAY. ALL THE FIRST CLASS RACE HORSES AND STEEPLECHASERS. SPECIAL RACE TRAINS Via tho Baltimore & Ohio Railroad at 12 10, IS -to and 1:10 p. m. Return trains villi bo waiting when the racea are over. PERFECT OKDEItwIll bo preserved. Ob jectionable persons Villi, as on previous occa Blons, bo excluded. FIRST RACE AT nALF-PAST ONE O'CLOCK. MEMBERS BADGES can bo obtained from P.JI.CHRISTMAN, Treasurer, Vernon Row, corner of 10th st. and Penna. avo. F. B. McGCIRE, President. II. D. McINTYRE, Secretary. -ry"AsuiNaTON RIDI3STC3- SOHOOXj. TATItONIZED BY THE ELITE. OrES-AlIl EXERCISE ON nORSEBACK. A splendid chanco to those who would llko to learn Horseback ltldlng durlnc tho boau tlful anlumu weather. BOTH HEALTHY AND EXUILAHATINO. SPECIAL ATI ENTION OIVEN TO LADIES AND MISSK3. For Information or terms calt on or address J.A.McCLAEY, ATHLETIC TAniC, Cor. Oth and S sts. n.w. 'PUB lOLLOlYINO INSritUCTOUS -IN- EQUESTRIA.NISM Will bo with the WasMiatoii RWiiE Acauemy, To bo opened about XToveTn "bea? 13 At tho corner of 23d and P streets northwest: TROF. II, OLIVER, Latovtlth Fifth Avenno Riding Club of Now rROF.C.GILLMAN, LatowlthlllppodromoFrancats of Paris. Everything flrt-clas. Commodious accom modatlons for boarding horses and umplo stoi age room for carriages Books for j early subscribers aro now opon at the pnrlora of Mr. Geo, V. hlto, with Wood ward &Lothron, corner llth and Fsts.n w.t and nt the office of J. D. Brown, caro of John F. Woggaman, 1003 F st. n. w., whero full particulars may bo learned. QIIKLUON'S DANCING ACAUKUV, 3001 F BTREET N. W. Instructions on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. Call or send for circular!.. PANORAMA or U attic or Hall Ran. 16th Bt , two blocks south of Pa. aye. Ughtedby 800 Incandescent clcctrlo lights. Oiqu from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m, Sandaya haU prlco. S1 CIEN1IF1C and ElTttcUve Spurring;. TbomcBt benedclal of all exercises tansht by Pntf J. O. Collins. Lessons In dumb-bell and Indian club exert Ites taught. Prof Col Una will also fdo Natural Magnetic treat mentat bin rtwlil cure T(1J1 nt n w. EXCURSIONS. D AILV EXCURSIONS. Saloon fitoimpr tflnvn bnurlr frnm 7th nt. ferry wharf; 19 miles on tbo Potomao for 15a DENTISTRY DU.S. T, MA HON, UentUt, Formerly oNKst, has remorod bts omcetolJUl Ponna. ave., corner Ktb st. Cocaine and gas given. TIt. J, A, aioLHAN, Oeutlst, X' 'ii Fourteenth street n. w. First-class work at moderate prices. Gold and Amalgam 1 illlng, Artlflclal Crowns per manent! jr utiached to roots. Gold lined Rub ber Plates; tat lf action guaranteed. Gcntlo treatment assured. Dlt. DUKK, IeutIst,71S 14th stn w Teeth extracted without pain, by aid of local application prepared and used only by mo. leetb filled St. Perfect fitting Bets of artllU Inl teeth Operations guaranteed. M0NEYJT0WANv MONKV TO LOAN ON ltKAL ES TATE. Prompt attention to all application soHsisrEur& bradley, , PJ7 F Bt. MONISY TO LOAN In Sums Itanglne from Vi to $15 000 on appro rod reul estate; nodnlay; charges reasonable. JOHN SI1KKMAN A CO , UW FBt. MONEY TO LOAN on Ileal lCstnto by WEST WASHINGTON REAL ES TATE AND BROKEUS EXCHANGE, 1314 tfethbtuw, It. D. Uuffln, manager,