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TIIK WASHINGTON OHITIO, TIIOKSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1, 1H87.
H . Ui 1 WASHINGTON OltlTIO rkltltJitd Datiyt .Sundays SxctpUd, BTTni Washington Critio Company. BALLET K1LROURN, President, Drfioo, XTo.041 33 Btreot rorr Bmunte, WASHINGTON, I. V, TKBMSt tingle Copy Cents By Carrier 83 Omt liy Matt, postage paid, one year $5 00 BT Mall, postage paid, six months 100 Mall subscription Invariably la edrance. Address TUB WASHINGTON CRITIC, Washington, D. C. MICIIARD H. IYLVEHTER, - Kdltor WASHINGTON, PEC. 1, 1837. THE LirK-SAVlNO SRRYIOE. Tbe report of Superintendent Kim ball of the Life Saving Service- speaks for Itself. Wcro It carved Id letters of goM upon tbo costliest of marbles, It could breath o no eloquence more touching, convey no more expressive rac&nlng nor pay higher tribute- to dutiful American manhood. Established for ft humane and noble purpose tbo rescue and relief of ship wricked vovagtrs, upon coasts pecu. llarly dangerous and liable to stormy visitations It has achieved a record tbat not only ikmoustratcs lis useful nc9, but shows how, under certain circumstances, the performance of a simple duty puts on the Bcinblanceof heroism. As n rule the nun c tig aged la the ltfc-savtng service are conspicuously faithful and ellklent. It Is true th it they choose one nf the most hazirdous of all vocations voluntarily, and It may be for tbe opportunity of subsistence tbat It affords, but In entering upon a service exposed to so many hardships and fraught with such numerous risks, there must bo the Inspiration of a high, conscientious motive a sense of su preme obligation to self-Imposed trusts on the part of there brave men that precludes the possibility of their being actuated by merely mercenary consid erations. Tbcy shrink from noprlva tlon and apparently take no thought of their own self8acrlucc In the fierce struggle with wind end w ave for the preservation of their endangered fcl loW'belngs; and all tbts without pros pect of other compensation than their monthly wages and with no thought of popular applause. The least that the Government can do In return Is to seo that the men are comfortably provided for and well paid. Not only should there bo no stinted appropriations for the further extension and perfection of this admi rable system, but no cheese-paring pol icy In the matter of salaries to those whose gallantry and sufferings have made It what It li. Congress should act upon Superin tendent Kimball's report In a prompt, appreciative and liberal spirit. It will thus do just honor to the men of the service and assuro them that tbe grati tude of their countrymen Is something more substantial than cheap and empty compliment. S TDK HEW " POST." Our esteemed contemporary, the Watfiington Pott, appears this morning In an entirely new and altogether taste ful dress. It has also changed Its form from four pages to eight and re duced Its number of columns to a pae from eight to tlx. In Its preient en larged sbapo It has forty-eight wldo columns In place oflta former tMrty-twu narrow columns, and will be generally voted a vast Improvement In all respect upon Its predecessor. It now looks like a metropolitan journal, all of Us old provincial features having teen discarded, and in Its general make up will undoubt edly please Its readers one and all, Jlr. Ilutchlns has evidently concluded that 'Washington Is an eight page town at lost and entitled to an tight-page paper, wherein wo all congratulate ourselves. So much for the new edition, me chanically speaking. Editorially the announcement Is made that while Mr. Stllson Hntohlns still retains his proprietorship of the Pott, the conduct of the paper passes Into the- hands of Mr. Walter Stllson Ilutchlns, who Is now presented a field In which his laudable ambition and ad mitted abilities as the managing editor of & great dally at the National Capital should find wide and profitable scope. To the old proprietorship The Critic extends continued assurances of its fraternal regard, and to the new man agement Its cordial wishes for that suc cess of which It cannot for a moment doub the prosperous and abundant realization. "Talk about the conventions com ing here Is all very well," sayatho Philadelphia Xacs, "but action Is a hundred per cent, better," The same remark will apply to Washington. Wo may not succeed lu getting the conven tions next year, but as everybody ad mits that the national Capital ought to havo a ball big enough to a ceo mm 3 date them when tbcy do come, It Is high time to set about It. The hall Is needed for a multiplicity of purposes, as tbe friends and the projectors of tbo movement have convlno lngly shown. There havo aUi beta plans prepared for just such a building as Washington needs. There Is not much further need of words on the subject. What rcmalas to be done Is for the citizens to get to gether, adopt tbo plans, take measures to secure tbo location proponed, which Is an excellent one, and enter their names as subscribers to the stock. With tbo proper energy of effort tbo whole business can be put In shape so a to enable tbe commencement of building operations early In the spring, and havo the structuro under cover by tbe time tbs conventions meet next summer, Jt may bo that ono or tlrb other of the committees, when they see what the people of Washington are doing In the matter, may conclude that among the multitude of competitors tho Capital is entitled to the prlzo. The New York Sun Is disposed to poke fun at tbe New York Timet, because It paid (1.500 for cabling fiwlnburoo'i but poem, when It (tho Sun) already bad Hie poem, at a coat of 100, In Its own otTl . And yet tbo hun does not tell what a goneness there was In tbe editorial biwnm when Mr, Dana read the 7Vmm that morntnt? and found bo had been scooped cleir off the field, and tho gamo In tils own hands, too. Eommt iutici In It trim, a t po slate 1 lit several papers, (hat Secretary I amnr over do Ilvered a sirech tntlio Senate In defense of Jefferson Davlsf If no, I must have forgotten. If I ever knew, the t Ircumatanees. IlEAlTOirt. Wawkinqtox, Doocmbor 1. On the 12lh of January, 18S1, In im swer to remarks by Mr. Slurman tie- inounclng Davis as a conspirator and .traitor, Mr. Lamar used the following language: Woof tho South havo ButTondored upon all questions which divided tho two sides In tbit controveny. We bare glrcn up tbo right of tho I eerie to accede from thH Unlom wo hare siren up the right of each htato to Judgo jot itsoir of the Infraction or tho Con stitution and the mode of re Ires; wo hare Siren up tbo right to control our domosllo In stitution!: we foucbl for all these and we lout In that controversy, but notnnn shall In my Presence call Jefferson Davis a traitor with out my responding with a stern and emphatic denial. That Is tho extent of Mr, Lamar's offense. Ben a Ton Teller mado a unanimous speech before the Republican National ,e untie lanl night und Jedgo Waxem, In his loftiest lllghts of eloquence and most rhapsodical periods of logic, never got olt anything more striking than Ibis by tho Senator, towlti I don't want any war If It can bo aroMed, but 1 don't cute If the American fUg was floating oTr a stinking mackerel, and any ono pulled It down, inert, would be a row, Cheers I don't euro If wo did not havo a gun or a ship r n ht In the locker, I would bcJnH as Independent, and 1 would put the tittthncm a war footing after tho war had bun begun cheers), and Uih .nirty proooel Inicupi nihat theory, hetwuiii now and tho test election, will win rotten, and most of theteopleof America helltve that tkiana'lou Is big tnugh. In otory en, to lake euro of Itself against tbe whole world Cheers GENERAL HoilKltT C. SCIIKNCK, tho veteran statesman and diplomat, tle Ihcrut n vigorous speech before tho Republican National League, last even ing. In which he gavo tbo followtng uulquo and origin- definition of a "Mugwump." Wo quole from our esteemed contemporary, tho Hcpuhll citn; no Is a scab upon tbo rear part of tbo De mocracy. Langblcr Tho Democracy would rub tho part and smooth it down for awhile, and sometimes scratched it, but eventually tbey sat down upon It. Cheers. Nothing Is wanting to tho complete ncss of this unique and picturesque metaphor but an artistically drawn dia gram. Tub CniTia credits tho Jotl with baring stated that tbe President favors the candl dtcy of Mr, Raines against General Clark for tho House Clerkship, Our neighbor, mis quotes. Post. Not exactly. Wo mlslnf erred. Our esteemed contemporary stated that cer lain New lork Democrats "let It be understood" that tbe President woull bo pleased with the election of Mr. Raines as Clerk to tho House. Gen eral Clark tnlslnferred In tho same wsy. Tjie cowboys and squatters on what Is known as "No Man's Land," just north of tho Texas Panhandle, propose to ask Congress for a territorial organi sation. No man's land Is likely to bo admitted cither as a State or Territory at this session of Congress. The State Senato of South Carollm passed a bill yesterday granting a pen slon of five dollars a month to all dis abled Confederate soldiers or their un married widows. Pensions go further thun monuments toward keeping soul and body together. Ik tbo weather becomes much colder It will eoou be cold enough to suit Robert Louis Stevenson, who Is sum mering In tbe Adlrondackathls winter. Tub Western Union Telegraph Com pany Is reducing rates all around. Like Job a war horse, it snuffs the battle afar. The question of tho hour In Atlanta: What'll you take 1 NOTES AND GO 3-3 If, Rev. 8am Bmall will lecture In Boston to-morrow evening on "The New South Its Philosophers and Foolosopbers," Tub South Carolina Methodist Confer ence Is holding Its 102d annual meeting at Spartanburg, Bishop McTyelre pre siding. At a becbntssIb of autographs In Paris, tbe signature M tbe great pianist and com poser Us it brought $-20, while tbat of Zola Bold at $180, Miltos llAionT, an Instructor In John Hopkins University, has received a high ap pointment In the Government college of Sapporo, Japan. Edibon sajs only one fourth of a ton of coil la hied. Tbe rest goes up tbe chimney. Edleon la wrong. Tbs rest Is left at tbe coal yard. Omaha lice. IUnnsnit'S of Housekeeping "I'm go ing to leave, mum l" "What for? I am sure I have done all tbe work myself, In or der to keep a etrl." "Well, mum, tber wprk'B not done to suit me I" Puck. MiJoa Gavih Leslie of the Colorado State troops Is to be court-martialed on charges of precipitating tbs attack upon tbe Ute Indians at Kaigely, August 23. Tbe charges are brousnt upon the reports of United States officers. TncriB were 0,000 arrests In Boston dur ing tbe quarter etidlog September 1, the largest number ever ramie by tbe police In three months. Tbe number for tho year will considerably exceed S3 000, tbe arrests for Intoxication beading the Hit, and the Do-llcerjf e towns Lear tbe city furnishing a Urge quota cf the cases. Tun aocusl enterlatomoot of ths Chicago Frees Club will take puce next Mondiy Dlftht, a largo number ot ruuMcal artists coiititbutlmr. to the Interest of tbo evening, end Marihill F. Wilder, the humorist, inskJcg It the occasion ut hi flrat appoir ance btfore a Chicago audience. ailB YVEAKY uoitr.o. Far down the winding laueof years Tbo weary wnrld ! Blowly winding; CD in waits of fate and gates ot tour To trembling I rayers no answer Mending; Vet through it all uweet uplrlti cull. Through lonely da) s cf grief an-t acbtnz. "Hold s rose MosDun) oti the wt11. To keep ilii world' great heart from breaking." Across tbe sobbing rca of doom Toe weary worm 'tm wet with tours Die Tbe weary world I slowly drifting! vd Eyes wet with tears pierce llirougb the gloom Yet ieo no sign of rest or rifting; Still, angels brUht. from sorao far height, Repeat through hours of weary waking, MIloi s starlight shines through darkest night. To keep the world's great heart from break ing" SVAKtrnlitilivl WflTM. bv TifltllB ff rilH. Yet ieo no sign of rest or rifting; Fulnt souls press toward tho laud of par- Burdened with crosses, wet with dew From chill Oethsomaie'stone garden, Yet to ami fro, now loud, uow low, A tolce ts sweetest muslo making 'Hope, singing on, through tain and woo. To keep the world's great heart from breaking".' IClarence Vrniey, OENKUW, AND CIlttTtOlTi.Alt. "If there's anjlMfg I do a1mlre,"ro- rostked Mr. Blnom' wlff m be s put- ling on bla necktie, "It la a sober tint," an 1 Blossom looked In tho icIbm at bis noH and wondered If his wife wis a sircsstlc woman. "How ts It," said a Southern polUMan to Colonel t'atbn at the II u P. station, "lbt a ticket to New York tn worth $fl Ml and a round trip Is only HOT'1 "Ab, my dear sir," rrplled tbs Colonel, with a suggestive smile, "we do tbat to prevent any monkey lug with the returns " Moral. Competition Is tho life of trade. Under a ruling by l'ostmsstor-Ueneral Miss the young women acting asclerks In theDepaitmcnts can marry without losing their places. How many women are there there In raatnmony'araco. Who'd hesitate to win tbe prize Or simply hold a place? How many foolish virgins lire A life of routine work, bo'd rather be a husband's slave Than be a Ant-class clerk! Let Vllss rule as rule be may, Ily mean or kindly plsn, This truth remains unchanged! tbat elrls Will marry If they ean, r.S.-Men, too. DeLesseps has finally concluded to have bis 1'ansma Canal locked Most people thought It bad beeu locked all along. It Is astonlnblng how SkIaIMs ever trans act aiy business lu convention, as tbey are suopj-osid to root lots of aiy sort. Now tbat the country his Mrown nerve enough to banc a few Antrchhis, what's tbe matttr with tackling tbo English spir row J When Major Mofah wss a young rain he lourttd a girt whose UMitr objected to him. After atloie tho old man failed, and when tho sheriff eM his effects the Major bought the wath dug. "W bat In ihutidt-r do you want with tbat brute f " atknt a f rleud as be fcaw tbe Msjor leading the dog away "Don't yuu wurry " replied the Major, confidently, "He only cost mehtff a dol far and I think I can pick ahout two pilrs of Sunday pantaloons out vt his tcetb." Never employ a doctor who lion speak Ing tcrma with an undertaker. Grid has been discovered at Great Falls, but we would caution those who are of an excitable temperament tbat crest falls are always to bo found In the gold mining busi ness. Our esteemed contemporary, the Wash ington Vostf this morning upsets all previous physiological Ideas la that it has Its spinal column In front. Tor further particulars see first psge of the rost. SPEAL NOTICES. irTIIK LADIES AID Anaoclatlon zLf of tbe Chnrch of tho New Jerusalem, N Cap it, bet B and C, will give a dinner In the lecture room Thursday, beo. I, from & to 7 o'cloe k: prlco S'to. All uro Invited. BIT BON, IIAKltlSON B. DAK- TtniTIt. httrlnir be fin ad ml Und trt An Interest In my builnem. tho Arm will hero- after beknown as JAM Ed L. BAKUODH & bON. JAMES L.BU1 POUR. rsnNOTIOIS-A MEKTINO OF TUB IVs stockholders of tbo Law Reporter company ot Washington city will be held at tbe ofllee of said company. No. 603 street northwest. In the city ot Washington, D C, on MONDAY, tho 19th day of Ueoomber, 1&J7, at 3 o'clock P.M. The oojoct of thli meeting Is todotormlno ma question oi lucrcasing mo eaplidlflwca Wilt. V. VATTINQLV. J. II HAVILLB. IIENUY M. MAKER, JOU UAUNAKl), W1LIIAMA OOUDOV. FKANKUN II MACKE7, A (' bUADLCY, HENRY B.UA VIS I1UQU T. TAUUART, iruiteoi. mra-inK ANMTAI, AtlCKTINU OP fcot tbo National Jockey Club, for the election of officers for tto year I&JS, will bs te'datthe rinb'sroom, Vernon Row, V&un. bto. and 10th st, .MONDAY, Ueo tv.itw.at T.JO p. u. II. D. JUINTi'lt E, wretary. f3HA. It. WftlTH. Vzl I'rcsUlentfttid Oenrril Manager. ULO.RYN1.A1.JU,, UANIUL ltAMBY. Treat u rer. becretury, TlteDouientlo Flra i:nglne ati11'umi Cuuipunyof W us b to utun, D. II., Solo maoufactarorsof llorroU's Barrel Fire Knglne for Milts, Manufactories, Couutry Ho tels and Btorcs, I'lantatlin and Yillvopir post, and which throw a "i Inch stream of Also solonianufttf ttirin nf MorrelPi Bucket Torco Tump fur exiluguNhlng Incipient fires In buusei, burn, stoics tind minufuctorltiri, rorwBMiiug vindows, sidewalks, uoors and carriages. Price, SO 6eo llhntrtcl AclTcrtlxomcnt, with testi monials. In Ballr National Republican. All orders and letters of Inquiry should bo addressed to A B. WI1ITK, tUSFst.n.w., YA aitblngton, D. C. eCT-NATIOXIAL CAPITAL DXREC Uty TORY. Office, H17 F Street Northwest. A complete and thorough canvass of tho DltttrtLt of Columbia Is now progressing, and 111 Includo every resident, their occupation and address. A largo circulation of tbe Directory Is al ready assured through orders received from every Department of the United Stales Gov eminent, tbe United btates Capital and the business community. As an advertising medium It will bonne x- cciieu. THE BOOK WILL RE READY FOR DELIV ERY JANUARY 1, 188S. Rates for Advertising: One page .,.$25, Including book Onolialf pago 10, " " One quarter page 0, " " Name Inserted in large type..... 1100 Subscription to Directory 500 Ppiclal contracts mado for marginal pago advertisements. Tbe book will bo neatly bound In a substan tial black cover, suit a bio for a library, and Till not bo disfigured by advertisements on tbe back, sides or margin, etnd In your orders at once. WILLIAM, DICKSON, Publisher, 1417 F Street Northwest. srTTf-FIUUI riREI FIKEI VUJ If you want the CURAPE8P, CLEANEST and tOST ECONOMICAL FUEL, buy Wash ington Uas Ccmpany'fl coke JOUN80N BROTHERS, Sole Agents. IK37It. U. aULDtOlOROUOfl St CO., IsU Real EUate, 1 W5 F st. Real estate bonght and sold. Loans ef fected. Insurance rlacod. Invostmentx insdo. Fpoulal attention to the collection of rents and inanacemeutof real proiwrtlcs. R, Il.UOLlJttCOROUail & CO , 1105 F Bt. Plumbing, Hotting and Tin- D.B.BU1UJ.I CC UKU, 4-U vth at. n. w. (rpf-I'U WHITE, Foot SpeclalNt, IS lllOPenra aro, opn WilUrd'a. Hotel. successfully troats Corns, Bunions, Dltoaswl Nall3, Vai-oukr Bxcreotences and all fcrot all robots without pain RuU rs to the most emi nent pu rule-Ian, surgeons and thousaads uf oilier well known perons, iatron4i)f his es tablishment. Twenty suvnnlb yeir or taq tleo In Washington l'co, Bl a Bitting for put ting tho feet In order. 33r&lOOBE fi HOIILEV, BANKERS AND BROKE 119, 13 Broad street, New York. biuhcu orncks: 73 Wall Bt , N. v. 114 South 3d st FhUa. Connected with I. A. Evans A Co , Bootoni E, L. Brewster & Co , Chicago; Corson & Ma cartney, Washloton; Warrea & Qaarlen, Richmond Private Wire Connections. Bay and soil Stocks, Bonds and Miscellaneous becr.rU.aN on New York Stock Exchange. t-T-f-THK ANNtTAL MCnTllO Or IS the stockholders of tho fJolumhln Title Insurance Com puny of tho Dl'frlflt ot ttilumbla for the elfofloti of nln rtii'tens, wIlMwhildonMONDAY. IlKfl 10, 1-W, at I o'clock p. m. at tho ufllnH of tlm company. No OflBihst n. w . Washington. U C I'olU wilt bnonrn from 8 to 4 n'niork p m noiik for Iran' fcf of stock will hnple1 itnDenem bcr 0, ltW. JOHN I). COUOIILAV, Bocretary. rrrort TIIR nKNKtIT OP Till it 3J Ity Church, Ooorgfltown, at E F. Uroop'l Mnslo htor ftrt ini are Htnln way Urrlehtorand Flano, t ma and a round trip tick ( t to Europe via North (termao Mord steamer from New Yorki gool lor a year. In cluding meals and state room; share. Includ ing both, II. wa OFFICE ot II V, OKAVBLYACO, JtUtTlHSTIUJI, Uanar Co , V., WVIUil'li .1, ITU. We hare appointed JAMES L UARUOUItof Washington.) P, sole agent for tbesatoof our B F. ORAVKLY brand of plug tobaouo In that market. From this date tbe trade will please call on him direct for t&o goods. Rospeotfully, B. F. O R A VKLY A CO. 3-OFPI0E UP la n n BVANH, lWlFst, n.w COUMI8810NER OF DBRDlf FOR ALL bTATKS AND TEHttlTOUIEa. NOTART FUBLIO. Telephone, &AS. Hoars from S to 450. tnr-VIKSr I'AVMKNT 1TH ISSOK, IsS OVKMI)Elt, 1887. EQCITADLK iCO-orERATrVEBOILDlNa AS8OCIATI0K. "EQDITABLB BUILDING," 1003 F BT. ASSET3fT00,ri5a ei. Subscription books aro now open for a now Issue of stock, (tbe ltb). Subscriptions and the first payment thereon rooolred dally at the mix uoi tho Awixltnlon, Equitable tlJlldlng, luu3 F st. Shares are t-t W per month. ramphlcU ei plaining the objeot and ad vantages of tbo Association are furnbihflct iion applkntlon. Onico hours from Oam. to4J0p.ro. On the first Wtitnenday tn rath month tho olllre will boopen from 0 to Bp ta Advanoni 1 win lm mado promptly at 7 o'clock, Tho Fluhih Annual Meeting will bo hld at Na tlonal ltlrlea Armory, U st , at 7,)0octouk p m TIIOMAS riOMKRVILLB. Frost, JNO. JOY BDbON, Beo'y. tTriNK ART ANnil.MM)TRATn art hooks bonnd, full Morocco gilt edge: wo hare atampo and men; mairazlnr. IW and T5 cents, LYOGTT R1VOBHT, VSU Tean. are -TtSrFOIAI. 11 IKOAINS III SIESW &. FALL UNDERW EAR, HOSIERY and UIOYES.at F.T. I1ALI4, whirls to order ft 8 P wt n g tfAMhb HEtf rEWALfe. at Haiff. For &nlt i iLOticta, fvur lln or Ui, on thru, 24 ((; two time. 40 ctnts: thru tvtvf, r() crttf4. ' "WTANTKD Woiimn to Conk mifl Tin I? gtneral housowork In famllT of R nd nits, no v ofblng or Ironing, StdBlnw Apply at IWi old. toioin thn rountrv oirmaftftho family." Apt lr at PJQ D st a w. WANTEO-Hr a Respeetnble ColM woman, a place to nook, waMi and Iron or do rhamberwork. 71S Freeman alley, bet Cth and 7th and M and O sts. WANTKD Woman to Cloob, Wash andiron. Arplyatiai BCapst. WANTKD Immediately, 2 Thor oughly flrat-olass waist hinds land one button hole band; highest wagest will be paid and steady work. Apply to J1SIB. B VANKEDTlI.Tianth stnw. WANTED White Ulrl, Competent to wash. Iron and cook; a good home; In family of two. Call at 2m Pa are. "TTTANTED A Competent Cook, VV washer and Ironer in a am CI private family; or washing would bo put out for ox perlenccd cook. Apply at once at 1013 13th BtL W. WANTED-A Settled Colored Wo man desires a situation to do general housework for a small family; willing to as slst at sowing or care for children; good references, tall or address ANN TERRY, 815 II st a w. TTf ANTKD-A Girl for Oen'l Hoaie TT work. Apply at STSBth stnw. DAVIS, Photographer, Formerly on tbe Avenue, la now at 733 7th st. making better work thou ever; only 9t aud $J.AOpor dorcn. toucan savelfrora SI to 81 per dozen by having your pictured mado by MR DAVIS. WANTKD-II7 t, TMy Colored girl, a place to do general housework; references gnen 1519 nth st u w. XTANTKD-A Whlta Olrl About 19 y V years of age to attend to child years old Cull at 609 Bstn w WANTiED A Woman for Oeoernl boiiHework, by a family of three; muit be a pood 1 00k and stay at night; bring rof cr ence. 1515 Corcoran st. WANTED-Ily u Sultlcd White Wo man, a situation In a small private family to took, wait, and Iron; to go home at night. Call or address ikm Pitnw, TXTANTKI) Cooks, Clutmberiutilds, TV nurses, waiters, coachmen, bell-boys and every one wanting situations to oallat aiimilllA BUSINESS AaENCY,4Wl-'thst, oppl'alols Ryal WANTtf rtLLP-rtALEi TTTAItTEP Intelligent Boy to Lrn TV the jeweler trade and go errand 4: huh iittTo uty rticreniea. wnii ai ku ra avenw. 3 WANTED An Intelllcent otith to stand In a store; with aomo Idea of bookkeeping. Address E. R. N., care of Crltlo ofllee, also state age and par expected. TTTANTKD-A Candy Maker. TV JAMES II. DOR AN, KM Pa are a e WANTEDlTUWWNS..wj niTANTEKHiTa Reapeetaule Ool'd V girls, situations as cook and chamber maid ican furnish good referoncos. No 1041 Kit, In the rear, Mary Jennings and Mary Brent LADY Typewriter Owning Reining; Ington No 3 wants situation. Address Dl'NBAR TON. Crltlo ofllee W ANTED Ily n Colored Woman, a Bret class cook, a place. 1240 10th st WANTED-lly a Sober and Indus trious colorbd man, a plaoo as cook or to wash dishes, good K st u w. "nr ANTED By Two Bespectable VV wblto women, ono a place an cook aud the other a place as bouscttirl Please oall at Si Myrtle st n o. bet 1st and N Cap sts. "TXT ANTED- Ily ExtiarlAnflftd hookkeenur and nractlcal business man, with good refercnoo, ofUeo work of any kind, permanent or tomporaryr silary mode, rate; trial sen let) gratis. V. BARNES, U17 S4th Bt n w. "TTTANTED A I'oaltfon as Uouse VV keeper by a widow from tbe North; bas no intumbrunce, hotel or gcntlemnu's family; has no objection to ehll iron; Is a good 00k and manugor: tho bot of referouoos. Address MRS H A, Crltlo olHco. WANTED-Dr n Respectable OolM woman, a situation lu a small fatally: bebt of references gtyen. Call at 1315 NJ qun w. WANTED Ily nftetlled. Indastrlumt tolored man, a place as waiter or to make himself useful, wltti a private family AddreHsT. L (1REUN. ,J0 St. Mary's llaoe, bet itdd and Jlth and il and II sts n w WANIFD-Ily u Young ColM Man, a plaoo to drive and take euro of hordes. CaHnr lUlrtifUH l'liimth stn w WMITEIJ R0IIKS ntvhr-d rooms: comeLleot to Patent Oftlcc: location miiMr bo ,ood and rent mode rate Address I'ltlbTINIC It . Crirlu n'H e. "ITT ANTED Onsnr Two Nicely Fur TV nlsbod rooms by agentlomn, where tbcro&re uoothir ludtttri and whurahoodn huropeifeit Indepvndei eo with tho pooj Ih and no queMIoiis to bo avkod. Address U. T w.i.rs'fsn i.omiift n w. WArrfct)-MlSCELLANtOUS;w TJOMIUVS! IIIILIDIASI Go to J.1 Davis, 7"J 7th ht, for your plcturo On largo nayun andouti du7LU finely flnUhol nabliiolportiultti for only 81. Cumoundsoe them. WANTED To Purchase Cheap ground In the extreme eastern part of tho city: naruo en u ares und lots with low est cash price Address BOX 7. Crltlo oflloo. VTANTED A Qeutlfman Wishes Tl board prlvato family: wllow pre ferred. AddrossO. U. (1 , Crltlo othce. TfTAMTKO- Uoraes to Winter, U.BPEAR.BU5 D st n W. W ANTED The Coluiubln Iluslueaa At?cnur want everybody to rouistor with them situations and pajtng ptnltlons seonred; oharges reasonable Call or addreni lor what you want. COLUMBIA BUSING AGENCY, 403 LUh st n W, tTAWTKI-Tho rntillo to. Know TV that F. WAUIECKKU A CO mann faitnreamnMeatinstnimflnts and strings: ro palrlnga spwinliy ni7ftn tnw "WrANTRD. Vnr of Store or ftiuall .It'i Bt"Mi centrally located. AddreiU. U, WANTrP-a vortuble Ttunge with TV attachments; aNo a latrolie: mint be AOdresH u. u. K., TTfANTED ff ns or Two Single Men TV tnocoupy, without board, a largnfll story front room: open grate flro, bath, etc; small prlrat family, u , t-Yltlo oflloe. w Malm ANTED Everybody to Know thMt Rtce'a Rtm-I.l(iftTifnff Works. 400 Maine are a w, cleans carpets, renovator feathers, itcaraa mattresses and remakes thorns alo, farnlture steamed In the best mnoner tma at lowost prices WANTED-It Known that O. B. BUNDYof4M La are (opn City Hall) la Commissioner of Deeds for alltbeBlatm and Territories (eioent Wary land). WANTED Cos torn ere with Oood reference to buy flno clothing; tailoring cm easy terms, at Btrasburger A Son's, manu factoring clothiers and tailors. 11 U V st n w WAMTED-Old Ootd and fltlver hnnvht tn nuh h WW. mtlRnRRICIl. Ithe manufaoturlng Jeweler, 60S 7th st, opp rniunt lining FDR BALE MOUSES. Vitnw. Ann corner nroTwrtv. Rait Canl- tft.1 bL fl ronmai all tnnd Imm room for at able: cheap If taken soonw lath st 0. near Fa are. two six room frame houses, lot 41x100 to alley; good Investment, 1 Hnues and lots In all parts of tbe city. FOR HALK Kief ant residence Q st n w.bet Ilth and IStli sts; 13 rooms; furnace, etc; all mod Imps. For Inspection and price apply to BENJ.H.nKB. 1H3 F Stnw. FOIl 9ALR O Iloanea on Marlon ut n w, 7 rooms and bath; all mod Impi; con crcted cellar; price $1 jbo; trms bmt IOlt HALK-lllIcU llooi.-7a'4 t.t at nwteontalns W larim rooms anl all modern convenience: lot 4 1 Sttd TUOS.A.MnCIIFXL, tMIFatn w... "T?OK BALK-Ilousea a on 3d stn e, 7rs, all ml $1 000 lonl'stn w.Srp.ml &,4oo 1 on 3d st n c. 0 ri, 2 snnarcs from Cap itol ground, loimxion ,,,. sniii 1 on N st n w 10 rs, all ml. new tooou horeral onSCd it ti w, fir. ntl ml ICiXt AUSTIN P. BROWN, Real Extato an 1 1ian lIPtnw mpdlttnpHPhrtrink hnui 1(1 r. lntSJx llrf). fiSH Mot n wi rxviiIrm nt nncH nln. ft room frame houso. lot 17x07, iWJi o it uw, tcttni aecommralatlng TIIOMAS A. MITCHELL, fill Fst,jtoom4. I?OR RAI.E llrlrh Houae on J st, bet 1 131h and 10th sts, containing 11 rs, all m I for sale nbean for next ten days AtftTIN P. BROWN. Real Estate and Loans. 1I,0 Fain . t I? Oil RENT O-Room TIrIck iToiim), 1 uitb store eor tth andDstsae; SA50. OKO. F. 1IAHIMN. S18 I'q aye s o FOK HALKTIoumi on Tlonndary, near 14th st, 8 rs. all m 1, SI ft front, lot 4Ji70, to alley: price Si wo AUSTIN F. BROWN. WFstnw. 170RBALK Fine Hooxe oMl Itooms) jj natu ana cellar; ail moa imps; in an oie- A BARGAIN ir Accepted at Once A largo furnished house for $100 per month, payable la advance; or the two upper floors, completely f nrnlahed, at SU3 per month, containing nine roomi. No 613 12th stnw. FOR SALIC Within One Square of Dupont Circle, 11 room brick dwelling; modem Improvements: will sell furniture with It. This property Is most eligibly situa ted, and will to sold low. If not sold soon will be rented furnisbod, as tbo owner Is giv ing Up housekeeping. "ITT tu - "nnn.li. ouj tin bi. w. FOR SALE A Very Desirable New a-storyand basomont brick dwelling, 9 rooms and all modern Improvements, la a rapidly Improving section of the northwest; thanwnnr bitlnff nhnttt tn f rats thanlLTthl property Is offered for a few days at the low price nt ao v. ror permiL 10 see appiy vo SWORMHTBBTA BRADLBY.OCTPat FOR RENTROOMS. FOR BENT To Gentlemen, a Nicely furnished large front rooms. Including heat and gas; soar Avenue; 910 and S13 par month. 4 11 9th at n w; Inquire ot dentist. FOR BENT 113 Pit n , Nicely turnbdied rooms, with and without board; oonrenlfnt to Capitol and Tension Offlco; referent es requred FOR BENT 035 n at n w, Elegantly f urnlnbod parlor and bedroom on suite; pilvato bath! southirn exposure; excollent ncluhboihood: bear cars and Deportmuuts; suitable for a Member of Congress. 1?OR RBNT-Furiilahed Rooina. ' sn ftitjMpitoUt 1?OR RENT-no5 Otli at n w, Far . nltbed or unfurnished front rooms; bot and cold water; prlvato bitb; modurato rent; references exchanged. Ii Olt BENT Large Parlor and lled- room with use of bath and bent attend once, without board; tn prlvato family; to gent leman only, 1 JJ7 Conn. a 0. I? OU BENT-NIeoIy Farnlslied rront ? room; private famfly. 77 6th Bt n w. 1?OK BKNT-In a Modern House, In ; the neighborhood of Scott Circle, hind somely fnmlshed noms on 2d aud 3d (Ioops, .rrlrate family; references. Address U. 'M Crltlo ofiico IO It BENT Two or Three Unfur- nlshod rooms 835 AM st s w. I70R BENT Nicely Fur. Booms, with 1 first class board In house; terms modo reto. C21 and tli 13th st. ror Q n w. I? OR BENT Fnrntshed Booms, at ; roaeonable rates and no references ro quired. Address O. M. B . Crltlo oQleo. I?OR BEET To Lady In Otlioe or . a gentleman, one Si floor front room with bar window: hoat and gas: house now; firivatp laroiiyj re.wreinjna. i.w uj, 11 w. FOB RENT Earn Isbed Booms, with extra good board, at 453 q st n w. TOR BENT 010 Dituw, One Larre 1? furnished room suitable for two gentle- FOB BENT-Lrfre, Drlght Parlor, also suite of 3 rooms on 4 floor; fur nished or unfarnlsbod; furnace boat and open fires; oonvonlont to cars, berdlos and Departments 1715 Q st n w. FOB BENT Nleely Furnished Front room, southern exposure; mod Imps; small private family; references exchanged. Ml 1 st n w. FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUS. FOB SALE One Coupe ut a Bar gain; party leaving tbo city; also for sale ono glass quarter coupe androckawar; also a horse, phaeton and harness, theso arti cles must bo sold. Apply nt WM. F. GEYER'S Carriage Repository, Aw Fa ave n w. FOR SALE At a Saorlflca KNAllE CONCERT ORANO, CIIICKKRINO BABY UK AND, UJlBFK SO.UAHB GRAND, And 511 other Pianos and Organs, but sllnhtly uued, that must bo sold at Bomo prlco wltbla next thli 1 ju-ju. F. a SMITH. 1K.1 Pa qvo. 1?OH HAIE Dyuuraograph Stock ; ouecertlrlcateior ten Bhirm of above tilitkhI stock. Apply to BENJ, S. PIEE, 12X I.Olt SALE Grocery and Provision 1 etoro doing a good cash business; so section of tbo city: good reasons for soiling; price yoo Address f. and H , Crltlo onloo 1?OIt HALE PIANO ChlokerlUB " Square: handsome rosewood uase; prim $1C0 10 It at 8 Iowa Clrulo between tbo hours of 5 and 7 pm. 17011 SALE An Ant li ue Plana 1 cheap, at the CLOTUI.NQ EXCHANUE, 1M1 4e st s w. 1p OH HALK Cheap A Niw Home ' sowing machlno. ery little med and In perfect order, by a party buying tho city Call at I8'J tth stnw. 1?OH SALE-One 31 Id die Bleed Rami burner store, little usod; two small heatlDg and ono cook stove; ouo lariro top deBk; all In good order. Apply at 14. '3 llth stnw. I?OR SALE-Oiia OO-Iocb Hleyole, lu 1 pcrlcct uondltlou; prloo $10. Apply ut I? OR SALIt-Walnut lledntead and 1 baby oarrUgo, lu good condition, cheap No. CO 5th st so IjlOIl HALE ABIgrRargula One Ln- dies' driving horso, one light two mat KoeheHter wagon, nearly now ono fine coupo horse, 7 J ears old and sound; ono furniture ,8on, '""' """ ""MTeuuv, r 1; t. I?OB BAI.KOliap-GlKir aud Tn 1 bacto store: good stand: owner going to q& tho cityApply at MOstno. IP OH NLIC An Eldrldgu NeivlnB 1 machine; ns good as new, wlthdoiiblo drawers; cost 100; having no use for It any longer wiU sell cheap for oath. Address EX drldgoSowlng'Mavbloei Crltlo office. FOR RENTHOUSES. T70R RENT Furnished Dwelllnej F bonse, U room, all moil lmpi, Inmost fashionable location In therlty o o.QRKKV.an,i7thtnw. F ?OB BKMT- 1115 CMin .to n w ! imottin H.e, m ra..Mi inNnt n w. 19 r 1211 P.tn w. upper part, lira tmothitnw.isrs 1XINI1.T.. lira IWllitinw, 13 r lFcon.tnw. lom mil it nw, lira lois 11 at o w, 14 ra .rnrthat n w. atoreaod.ra l.mxiBCKD w. lira vu uu imm N at n w, 11 r llo oo ibid ai ana itiaven w, lira iisoecnnnavan w, 18fat.. fl? M UHVlnonw.Br 63 91 1? 12th at n w. 14 r - 80 00 INHSntbatnw. 14 ra 4 mm 14T7Latnw, lOra 7n 00 eaKtnw. ion..., wco l41SOatnw 75 00 iMM,i7-iaoitaw, 11 r nt () t n w, 13 n 70 00 lawoatnw, II r Toon its. 16th ittn at n w.l.ra moo IMONlIare. r m 00 Wth at, near q, 10 r mm sao N JaTsae, 10 ra MM ,217 Del ave no, IS ra , W 00 '9410 14lh at nw. lira 60 w IOC? 16th at n w. 10 r. i 1M4 mo at nar, 17 ra Wm lsmthntnw.On mm IVU 111. .a) (V -. Oil Hi S201stBtBW.fir 1500 Tbe aboro houses ean he examined by per mit from THOMAS J, FISniR & CO., 1894 F street northwest. FOR RENT New Rrlek Tlonses, Be tween Cth and Tth, R and O sts f e, $10 each. bWOUMSTEDT BRADLEY, 057 F st. FOR RTNT-In Aleiandrta, Ta, 8 room Vrlnk dwelling. In good order, on. nil, near mng si, 10, u; rem Bin a tnonin. npoiy rodnu a. Alexandria Va. TjOK RENT. WJKst, or to oo 1100 Va are, 10 rs oo ro sntiMst, ldrs , soon i4i7Krrucost 6r irr M 1747 1st, 7 n 23 00 reoKstne,e rs 15 oo G19 7th.Use.frr 15 00 looi cth ntne.Ors lion HOMUtne.C r 13 50 1419 list no, store 17 50 mi pth st n e, srs ,,. 10 so fltoi015thtcx,4r D 50 SWIM), stex, 4 r 8 00 35 Mass are o 0 rs 15 00 imwbstno. Brs , 10 ro tfiffl King's Court, 4 rs 10 00 i)i4tbste.4 rs M oa 0 Plirhnghallny,4 r , 8 00 ISDIngman Place, 4 rs 0 00 Store tor 10th aud Q sts SO on Stable WIS Tl st 8 00 auaUet, 4r ooo CIIA9. K BANFW. 1003 F st n w. XpOR RENT 4 Iowa Circle, brick, 15 rs, far $250 no i45ftPaaren w, brlcs.a story 125 00 ?33Slstatnw, brick, ISrs.mt 65 00 (MI T'aaven w, brink, 3 story w 00 Itro 4th stnw, brick, fl rs it oo 1705 4th stnw, brick, 6 r 15 00 1333 II st no, brick, 6 r 15 00 13H5 11 st n o, brick, 0 rs 15 oo 1.J11 K Use, brick, 0 rs 10 80 24 Pierce Court s w, frame, Srs.. 4 oo 24 Fierce Court s w, frame, 8 rs 4 oo OHerbcr allev, frame, a rs... 4 00 NOUTI1 WASHINGTON RAL KSTATB CO , J0 F st n W. FOR RENT-Centrally Located Fur nished bouse Immediately, at very low rent. Address J. O , Crltlo offloe. 370R RENT O-Itoom Rrlok. with ; store, corner cth and D sts e; S 50. OBO F. liAUDIN, 810 pa are a e. FOR RENT neantlfal 3-Story Press brick, No. 477 Missouri ave, containing 12 rooms and collar: all mod Imps. Apply to JAMES RELEUKR, Llveryaud Balei stables, 435 8th Bt UW. I? OR BENT A New fllx-room House, water and ga, No 483 llth at aw, llfla rnonthi key at HoCormlck's Billiard Falaoo, Sis oth st n w pc Noll tOR BENT Three Story Pressed brick English basement house; 13 rooms; 15 K at: ima. water, batn. ml: S35 00 dot month. S. J. OA88, 515 Btb st P W. FOB BENT A 6-Boom Boose, with either 8 or SO acres of land: about five acres In meadow; within 15 minutes walk of Bennloga station; rent low. Inquire of J. ju.Ki.ua juv i.B.it, ennings, u. v. FOB BENT 1314 10th st n w, per annum $1,100 00 10C1 Yt ave. all m 1. 11 rs go 00 raiKst, all ml. 9 rs , 4000 Hos. 3 and 6 Nets e,7rs 1500 FURNISHED. 1001 Vt are $0000 so53Pstn w,0 rs 75 00 STORE 710 7th BtSW, With largo cellar 815 00 W. RILEY DBEBLE, 1310 F St n W. MONEY TO jLOAN. LOANH In Small Sams on Beat Estate. Building Association stock, bonds, com menial paper; Army and Navy officers' pay accounts cashed nna other acceptable securi ties. NodeUy. THOMAS O. I1KN3EY. uia F st u w. M' ONEY to Loan In Sums to Salt Lowest rates, noueiay. F. U. SMITH A SON, ' HUJ F st n w. $3,000 TO toA" $a,Boo on laroo fioto Bealestatb. 3500 TilOl E WAUGAMAN TlfONEY TO LOAN XVX At J lowest rates of Interest on roalos- Ulo.tourl.r. Tno3J-rIsnBnJtc0i iS-ti P at n w. MONEY TO LOAN on ll.al Kitato, Frompt attention to all applleatlona. HWOUMSTEOT 4 liltADLBV. W7 f at n w. MOHBY to Loan on ll.al Eatat.. CommUalon moderate W. lill KY DBKULt. 1310 V at. n. w. MONET TO LOAN at Low Bate, on lecal aocarltlea, Hated or unllaUKl, and good oollalural. Honda, atooka, oommeralat papar boualit and aold. LOCU CUN.NINU llAM, 1410 tf at. $10,000 TO loA!' ' so.000 on Real Ei- ,4 000 Si.ooo tato. ,1,000 No delar. P, A. DARNEILLE. M' ONEY TO LOAN on Beal Estate and other first oiass securities. A, '. JTAHUUil, laWU ITBt. MONEY TO LOAN on Beal Estate or first class securities J, W. P. MYERS A SON, 148 New York ave MONET to Loan on Beal Em t ate or first-class securities at lowest rates ol Interest. No delay wbero thu-seourlty Is good. O O. GREEN, 803 7th stnw. MONET TO LOAN In Sums Ranging from $7)0 to $15,000 on approved reaJ estate: no delay, charges reasonable JOHN SHERMAN A CO,l7Fst. MONEY TO LOAN on Real EsUte by WEST WASHINGTON REAL E1- pOUND-Croe to My Place on the 1 ynth of November, a small pled cow, with horns Iho owner can find hor at MKS.M.E. FItASEUS.on 1st st, bet T aud II BtS S W. J,ENJJSTnY. DH.8. T. MASON, Dentist, Formerly of 4)4 st, has removed bis otUoe to 1J01 penna. are., oorner Uth eU Cocaine aud gas gWon. ...,., -pvlt. J, A. BleLEAN, Dentist, U VJ0 Fourtconth streot n. w. Ftrst-elass work at moderate prices. Gold and Amalgam lining. Artificial Crowns per manently atiached to roots. Gold lined Rub her Plates; satisfaction guaranteed, Gentle treatment assured D"T DUKE. DentUt. 71(1 14th Mt n w Toeth cxtrnntcd wltlintil nntn. hv aid of local application prepurod and urtud only by mo. teeth filled $1. Period fittlug sou of artificial toetii Oi eratlona giiarnntnl. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAVy. flAJUPllELL OAURlNOTONi Attornoy-at-Law, BiHBOun Liw BmxniNa 43 Li. Ar WASUmOTON, D. O. Restdenca. No. 1218 H street nnrthwmd 37 GEItBIUILLKR,ltIauuraotnrerand dealer In saddles, harness, blanket, trunks, eto , bos removed to 6tl La ave n w. opposite City Postomco. Best goods at lowest prices; established 1850, FOR BALE LOTS. FOR HALK rour Danlrble Lot, aitixM or Are, tlMioe, within 8 btooks of BupontCirele; rory rtinap, prion 9IS5por foot. Apply to CHARLES EARLY, COMttb stn w. I.tOR MALR-Near Scott Ctrele, ADa 1 Ijnftimaouthsldeof R I are, wait of irth st, fronting a re nervation, at $1 pee ft: or Will divide Into 8 lots: wide alley In tho rear. w. P YOtfNO, lioi F st n w. FOR SALE nnlldlnjr Lots In Alt parts of the city at price ranging from S5c to $5 per foot, on easy terms or foroa'h; some very fine lots In northwest for slnile or Mork tmlldfnn NORTH WA8BINOTON REAL KSTATK CO , 1180 Prtnw. IJlOR HALE A Large) Number or Lots : In Mt. Pleasant at low prices: special terms on purchases for immediate building. BENJPDAVIH, ISI9 V st. JJOR BALK-8 Reaatiral llalMlns; JC totB.18Cx00,towldealIfy.on sdstet, hetE and F north (east side); gas, sewer water, etc J a bargain to an Immediate pur chaser. COAS. A. BlcEURN, 1420 FsL FOB SALE Front a r of 100 Feet on 4thst,betDand Bits ne.br depth of lOSfeet. CUAS.A.McBUGN, UWFst. I?OIt MALK-Tlna IUock of Lots ' Frontage of !K0 feet oa 7th st road, bet Yhltnoy ave and Soottati a very remunera tive Investment to a quick purchaser; price low: terms easy. ' Cn AS. A. McKUKV, Fst. 17011 BALE-7 Beautiful nulldlnc JP lots, fronting south, 18x00, to wide alley, with all advantages for ImmodUto Improve ment, on Est, bctsd and 4th sts net a bar gain to a builder. CTIAS. A.McHUKV, liJOFst. TEATJTirULBolldlnaT Lot on West X side of N Can st. Just north of K st, 91.9 by 50; reduood price for cash, CUAS.A.M0EU&N. HJOFst. FIVE Daantlfal 3 3-Feet Front Lota, n w, o st, bot 80th and Slst sts, near Bapont Circle. C1IA3. A. McEUKN, " 1430Pst. COLUMBIA nEianTS Fine Corner property for sale at low figures and on eoiy terms. CHAS.A.UCEUEV, UJO F St. T7OR SALE-East BaUof Square 10S7 Frontage on 17th st, east, MO ft. Frontago on Mass are, 17 ft Frontagoon South II ?, lNlft andCCln, ! C3.000 ft. CUAS. A. McEBRV, 14 J) F st n W. FORSALE-Sqnaresand Half Squares In the northeastern pnrt of tbe city: very . denlrable property for moderate priced nouses or for Investment. C1IAS. A. UcCUEN, , 1430 Fit. FOR SALE Desirable llotldlng Lota In EastWashlngtou, at lowprloes and ou reasonable terms LORINO CItAPPBL, M U st n e. 170 a SALE A Ueaotltal Lot, lS.BxOO . feet on Carroll st, wltbla ono eqofthe firoposed Congressional Library will sell low or cash JAB H. CLARKE, 033 Fat n w. FOR SALE Dy S. E. LEWIS, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance, 415 7th st n w One lot next to tho Htickney Memorial chapel, TaxlOO foot, north side of Pat, bet 6th andotbttsnw, See other sales In Saturday's star. REAL ESTATE. H' OI1ERT TOSB A CO., Auctioneers ana item instate Agents, rtu wv a at. e. Bales of real estate and personal property In all parts of tbe District promptly and faith fully attended to. B ABGAI3STB orrxnxo bt J, W. P, MYERS & SON, Beal Estate Brokers, 1488 2Te-w TaTorOc .-v-o. FOB SALB-SPLBNDrD OPPOnTTjmrT FOR Grsonwltb a llitla cash. Tbe one-fourth terost In a syndicate owning one of the finest parcels of land In this DtstrtoU Money can be doubled. FOR BALE-ABOUT 53.000 6Q. FEET OP ground In rapidly adranolng location: north west section, above Boundary. To Im mediate purchaser 43 per cent, oeiow pres ent market value. FOR SALE BARB CHANCE TWO 10 room btick houses, near Gov't Printing Office; price each only S4.5O0. FOR SALE 1000 S ST, 7 ROOMS, BATU and mod Imps; cheap; 14 000. FOR SALE-THREE NEW BRICK HOUSES on Marion st. 7 rs, batb. concrete cellar, mod Imps; prices $4,250, S..300, si,500. 'Pfin RAL1C FIVE NEW BRICK HOUSE1. northwest section, paying noarly li per centi price lor ail 5 MX) SOU BALE-FINE RESIDENCE OV 13Tn stOroomB, bath and all mod Imps; price te,boo. FOR SALE-SUITABLE FOR BUSINESS Property. I Brick, 7 rs, on Oth, betlandKrts $60u Brick, 0 rs, on Btb, bet I and K sts 7,500 Framo, near I on vth st, lot DO ft front.. 0,800 1 Also desirable residence on I st, noar Oth 11 rs, all m 1. lot 83 ft front 0 000 FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL BROOM noU4B on U st, bet 15tb and Ktb; hard wood finish; , W00. IFOR SALE-TWO GOOD fl ROOM BRICKS, mod Imps, 4th st n w; oaoh 4,000. FOR SALB-m WESTWA8aiNGTON, GOOD business property on &!d st; store and dwel ling; price $4,500. I FOR SALE- Caroline st, 0 rs $3,600 istb, above la Circle 8,500 Q st, 5-room brick AX) Pierce Place, 7r ... 8,noo South Capitol st, s rs 1,500 Fen ton . 5 rs . 1.S.V1 . 7.S0O 1. 8.800 . 10,000 .. 0.UM Hth st, 6 rs, cheap , qst,7rs 14th st. store and dwelling. ., Biggs st,9 rs l&th and C Bts 1 w, store and dwg ... 4.KXI 'Tan BALE ON RnODE ISLAND AVE. 10- room rmoa, moa imps; staDio; pnee aa,ow. FOB PALE-ON DUMBARTON AVE, FRAME $1,500; on Congress st, frame, $ ooo. FOR SALE ON NEW YORK AVENUE. 3- story brick. 10 rs, mod Imps; 2 story stable; trice only $0,830. FOR SALE-SIX BRICK HOUSES ONLINE Belt It K, now paying 10 per cent; prlco $5 750. FOR SALE-SEVERAL NEW7-ROOM BRICK bouses, near llth Bt oars, oheap at $3,1)00, FOB SALE ELEGANT LOT ON RHODE Island avo, noar Iowa 1 Circle, 4x80 ft, wide alley; price $5 too. FOR 8ALE-20X1S0 FEET ON HTH ST, small brick house, cheap. $5,500. Lot on 10th Bt, SlHxou ft, only $2 30 per sqft. aii. lurioimiDu v 01, near iiiu.uauui.A.v ftt Prico per ft only $1 SO Beautiful lot on N II avo, ( ft front: Drloo pcrnai.tD. FOR SALE-SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY for builder 15 lots tn southwest section, near Smithsonian; enough front for U4 houses; cheap and terms easy, FOR SALE-ELEGANT LOT ON S ST. NEAR loth, W ft front; cheap at tbopilce; per ft Cneap lots In Tokoma Park, Forest Olen Mt Pleasant, Columbia Heights, Uyatts villo and other suburbs, irOB BENT- v , , t , On K st, 13 room brick house; handomoty fnrnUbed; good S story stable; per month too. Broom brick, near fmn ave, elegantly furnished; per mouth $loO. 18-room brick; splendid location: north west; partly furnished; low rate to good, tspiant. Good stable in alloy botwoen, 13th and 14th und Q and Corcoran sts; per month $10. Money lu sums to suit on real estate se curity. Don't forget tbo namo and placo, J, W. P. MYERS & SON, 14SS New York Avenue. S. HJ. LEWIS, 43S 7th St., Washington, D. C, Gives special attention to all Roal Estate Iransoctlonsand tho 1'laolnj of Flro Ijsur anco In Reliable Companies. EXCURSIOHS. D AILT EXOUBSIONS. Hnloon Steatnori leavo honrlv from Vth st ferry wharf; li miles ou the Potomao for 15a PROVISIONS. IIUCLB MABKET. ITavtng Pur j chased tbe stock and good will of Circle Market, oorner of Vt. ave. and L St., we euru outly solicit tbo liberal patrouage given oar Kredoi essorB, and, by malting such additions ) stoik as tho demand may require, with careful attention to buulnesB aud prompt do lUervof orders, hope to gtvo sattifaotlon to all who patron I ro as Respectfully. S.L.WILLKTT AB n.GWYNNB, fiaeceBBors to T. S. Brooke, A Co. AMUSEMENTS. N EW NATIONAL THKATKE. KVitnr EVKNINO AMI UATUnDAT HAT. tkK. EDgazement of tbe Comedian. Mr. NAT. O. GOODWIN, And bis selected romedy Company In t donble bill at each pnrformanou. TT;p AND Lend Me Five Shillings. "Greeted with roars of laughter and a cy clone of merriment.' Chicago Herald. NEXT WEEK-A. M. Palmer's Madlaon Square Theatre" Company In J1H, THE PEN ' Seats now on sale. SALE nf Beat 41 pen a To-Day for finre a Klrally'sf.rand Mpetaele, "Lagardcro," atAbaagh's Oraiid Qera House, Deo. 5. LBaOGH'S grand opera house. TONIGHT. "" TO-NIGHT. Dainty Minnie Palmer,! Pretty Minnie Palmer I Acknowledged by tbe European, Australian and American tress to combine more gifts and graces than any other artist In the world. In her new play, by Leonard brorer, entitled MT BROTHER'S SISTER. Minnie aa a Roy. Minnie aa a Girl. Minnie in New Bongs. New Dances and tbe Most Boaatlful Toilets worn on the stago, ONLY MATINEE SATURDAY. Next week fmre Rtnlfy's Grand fipeo tarle, LAOAHPKH8 MONDAY EVENING, Dee. 3, at Albaugb's, Grand Spectacular Produc tion, Imre KtratfyLAUARiiEKE. Scdts uow on sale at Box Offlco, U ARRIS1 E110D THE, ARRIS1 E110D THEATRE. adults, 900: young leople under IS years of age, half prlco. ONE W Eft K. COMUENCTNO MONDAY, NOV. 23. T. J. FABBOET In tbat Roorlug Faroe Comedy, A NOAl' IIIJBHLK. New Songs, Quartets, etc. Nextweek-J,H WALLICK In "The Cattle King " -1T7UMKIIIjA.I. VV Penn are. near llth Bt. Hoffman Everett At'o Props. Open Dally fro 11 no 5 and 6 W to 10 p, m. MONDAY, NOVEMUErt 28. The Greatest or All Illiiblonn, GALATEA. MAXIMO AND BAltTOLO, The Astecs, the last of tbe noble old race. Foreman and Meredith Three Martlnettl Brothers, tins Drawee and mauyotbers. Admission 10 cents. Deo. 5.-T. T. Barnum's Burmese Hairy Mascots. A Lit A COTi '8 Grand Opera House, Dee B. sale of seats opens to-day for Jmro Klralfy's Grand SpeoUole.LAOABDSRg CFECIAL ENUAOEMENT. PROFESSOR O. R. GMCAHON'S Farewell to Washington, en route to San Francisco, Cal. ES1HKKT RINK, Monday evening, Decembers. Tartles having wild, vicious and nervous horses can have them broken free of cbargo at tbe exhibition by calling at tbo Rink. OO -AND SEE TIIE Granil "KIRCHENBAD" Bazar. ATTRACTIVE AMD3INQ- -EJ8TRUCTIVE Masonio Ha.ll, Rov. XH to Dee. 7, ISSr. ADMISSION, 100 8BASON .TICKET, 000. COME ONE, COMB ALL. TjaHAH'B Wuhington Tbeatra. Admlialon, 19, 39 and soo. Xat. 10 and So. 6ns Ilia's World of Noreltiei. MLLB ALBfiBTA, lho Human Prodigy: nils it III. ' King of the Air. In their Wonderful and Thrilling Terform ant out Walking the Celling. Matinee-Mon , Tuts., Thura. and Sat 1 1 hext.Week SUbon'a Big Company. IUKERIRALET'S Grand Spectacle, LAQARDEBE, at Albaugb's, Monday, Dec.5 BISCIIOFF CONCERTS. SEYBNTH UBA30N. at the pfiTJiinirnATin-jAr. phitpptt I Deo, 15 Mendelssohn Quintet Clabof Boston. tjan.o lAicai Diineeiianeoas raient. Kth 1 Kchubert Quartet Company of Chicago Mar. S-P'ano Recital and Local vocal Taleat Apr.C-Blsohoff Ornan Hocltal and Vocalist. hcason ticket. Including roserred seat. $1. Tho sale of season tickets will begin at Ellis tb Co.'s, 087 Pa. ave,, at 8 a. m Friday, Deo, 8. OBELDON'S DANCING ACADEMY, 10O1 F BTREET N. W, Ipstructlona on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.' Call or send for otroulars. 3) AN OK AM A or Battle of Ball Ban, 16th st , two blocks south of Pa, ave. ghted by 8po Incandescent eleotrlo lights. Open from 9 a. m to 10 p. ra. Sondays hall CtUIENTiriO.and EffeeUra 'Sparring, Tbe moat benefiolal ot all exercises taught by Prof J. O. Collins. Lessons In dumb-bell and Iirdlan club exercises taught. Prof. Col tins will also give Natural Magnolia treat ment at his residence, too ltd st n w. -.-.--wJ!-W--?Lf-A!!!.P-.-P.Ty-.-.-.-.-,.- 'TEAL ESTATE BULLETIN THOS. E. WAGUAMAN, 017 Fst. Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays. THREE STORY II RICK AND 7BAMB HOUSES FOR SALE. : 020 N J ave a e, b b. 14 rs i 75 0o3 415 Sd stnw, bh,m 1, ilrs ta.50J two M Bt n w, b b, ml, Mrs , ll.ooo lwaindavon w.Db.m 1,0 rs .., 700 C7Untse, f h,6 rs 6.50O S3 E stn w, bh,8rs , 0,500) 7178thstne,f b, 8 rs 4,500 4DKstne,bh,ml, 18rs 4.500 Til 7th Bt s o, b b. 7r 4.500 410 list nw.bb.ors 4,ooo TWO-bTORY BBICK AND TRAMS BOUSES FOB SALE. SO, 88, 43, 44 Myrtle st n e, b b, m I. 7 rs $3,600 nil mo cth st s w, b b, 7 rs, and 1 1 h in rear 0,000 lliiiMthstnw, f b, Ori, S bouses tn rear, 4rseoch , 6,000 1347 and uu Madison stnw, fh, 4 rs, and 8 brka houses In rear..., ,,,,, 4.800 801 bth st n w. f h, 7 rs 4.5UO H29, 831, 835 .'d t n w, bh.Qrs, each..... 4 000 ta N st n w, f h, 6 rs. & houso in rear, 4.oa 515 1st st s w.f h,5 rs and 8 houses ln rear 8.000 S7to41Es w, bb, 6rs, each C.flocj Alley bet i& and Uth and 11 and I sts a w, f h, 4rs DOO UNIMPROVED FROPEBTY VOH SALE. SecorS Oavoand IRhstie.. $1,000 list, bet 1st and sd Bts nw 100 ItBt, bet lut and M stsn w.. B Bst, betlhthandlOtb so 400 Lots 1, 3, 3, bO, 61 and W Bennlngs roaa , SiJ Per Foot. Pa ave, bet Cth and 7tb etase $200 Iflthst, bet Land M n w 150 Hopkins st, bet O and Pnw 1XS N J ave, bot Q and it su 11 w 100 II Bt bet N II avo and dathatn w 100 HOUSES FOR RENT. Tor month. CCOMUhbt.fll'l ,, IIW 7Fstsw,7rs U0 8-1 Si910tb sts 0.11 rs l oo tU3a:idtuscstsw,ers., 17 00 U7to41 Estsw, 0 rs 10 00 SALetnw.Ors , ..i 15 00 iSJTistitnw.o rs 15 00 laoDitso, 7 rs ism 8)i Prospect avo n w, 0 rs. ..... ,.., 15 00 u3 0stNe,8rs.,., lioo juri nth st s , 0 r 14 00 winilibt eo.fir .....,.. 15 00 817 10th st no, Bra 13 00 l5, 1.37 Fst n o,c rs ..,., ueo 805 10th st so, 8 r .....,, 1000 no, 76 Jackson alloy ne, 5 rs ,,..., 10 80 K9 Boundary st u w, 4 r 10 00 7tlbtbstBO,5rs ........, 13 00 DO0lstBe,5rs 8 00 306 06 Bt b w, 4 rs 800 LOANS. In soma to suit at S per cent. , " Tho above Is only a small portion of prop erty on my books. For full Use oall at ofllco for bulletins Issued on Ut and 15th. L- f WXhto-