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TITK AVASHLNGTON f IUTK?, aATt-RDAY EViSNINU, APRIL 7, tHRfl.
L r I if it w a fi i ijjyroN critic evkhy Euaisa, WASHINGTON CRITIC COMP'Y. I HAUCT KJT.BODIIN, 1'reslilent. OP-FrlCB, TNO. 11 O ST. N. SM., FoTDuitttNn. WASHINGTON. D. C. ti:kmsi ?irccrj a cent 0 Currier 35 Cents US Kill, prstngepald, oua year S3 Ml PI Mull, postace paid, six months S3 (X) WM) subscription Invariably In advance. Address T1I11 WASHINGTON CIUTJO, Washington, U. C. suoiiako ii. syi.vusti:!:.. .Editor "WASH I NOTOy, AIMtUi 7, 1383. TIIK INTl'ItNATIONAI. 'ON(SHI'(S. In u cominciviiil mid industrial joint of view tlio Intornntiiinnl Con Hiemtobo hidil in AVnsliiiigtoii next HpiiiiK will bo tho peat ovont of tlio Centennial year, ns it will be of the ( cntury. Though not in ithlf rt .iit of the nnniveisary celebration, but having u .listinctivo puiiioso of its own, tho time for tho meeting of tlio Congress will bo i-o nearly contemporaneous with that of the Centennial that it will practically foini ono of tho features, and a very notable fealuic, of thai illustrious occasion. Its nivinbcrN will be tlio guests of the Republic, and join with nil our vtlier guests in commemorating tho giowth and success of ippublie.m jiiinciples In tho Now World. Not all of tlio readers of Tin: On he, perhaps, are awaro of tho magnitude of the interests which this fathering will represent. We have heietoforo called attention to the fact that tho blessings of free yovernment, fiist constitutionally .se emed to tho United States in ITS'.), when our population was lcstlian -1,000,000, aro now cnioyed by ovor one bundled and ten millions. So much for tlio people to bo represented lieie. It is true that not allot these have leached an advanced stage of enlight enment, but what civil liberty has done for our country, it is sure sooner or later to do for all whose govern ments jest on tho saino foundation. It is also true that many of our sister Hepublics aro behind tlio United Wales in material development, but they havo limnonso and varied re sources, incalculable elements of pros perity and foreign trade relations that indue timo will bring them well to the front in wealth and power. ' It is with difficulty that trade statis tics, caiefully estimated and brought up to current fiscal dates, can be ob tained fi oni all of tlio Central and South American St.ile.fy but it appears iioiti tho most -authoritative and lu cent Eources that while their total ox poits of merchandise, not including (.old and silver, approximate vorv nearly to 1500,000,000 a year, their total impoits, leaving tho West India Islands, excepting llayti and San Domingo, out of the enumeration, ag gregate considerably Over $400,000,000. It is safe enough to bay, therefore, that the International Congress of 1SS9 will represent clearing-hoiisu transactions for tho year of not less than ono thousand million dollars! Vet even these figures aro hut small compared with tho possibilities of tho fntuic, when enterprise shall have opened new avenues of wealth, en larged tho facilities of exchange and multiplied indefinitely tlio producing power of tho poople. But it finthcr appears that of tho annual import demand of tho coun tries mentioned tho United States fciipplies only about 10 per cent.; and j their expoits lcccivo but 35 per ( cut. Ivuropo gives and takes the utt. Hence will tho questions come pioiriinently boforetliopioposod Con gress, bow to bring about greater re cipiocity of commerce between poo !Us of thu same continent and same political kinship; how to best utilize their i esources for their mutual ad vantage, and how to lecoustruct the ehan'nels of trade in inoro natural and neighborly directions. Jn view of tho facts and figures pre sented, it is impossible to over-estimate the Importance of theso ques tions, or tho value of their discussion fiom an international standpoint. The House passed the bill March 1 and the Senato passed it March ii, with an amendment fixing tho time of meeting "in or near the month of April," and adding Hayti and San Domingo to the list. It Is now in conference. It provides, amongothei' things, for devihingsonie plan of ni nitration for Ijie hfcttlement of International dis imtcs.' There is no belter way to make sine and Iflhtlng tho bonds of peaco than lo'ii& lasting mid sine the bonds of trade." . With xh iuteichango of manufac tures .and jnOducts goes an inter change of ideas. Upset the haii'lois to commerce and nations which aio neighhoison tho map will lome fiolghbors in fact. Adopt a rainraoii system of ox- changes, a. customs union or whatever you please to call it,' and tho Now World becomes, to all intents and pur- .pofce, ono people, eclipsing all other continents In riches and resources, as inithe grander realizations, of liberty, constitutionally fortified. It is to inaugurate this now fra ternal era that the conference Is to bo .called, and the best minds of tho Three Americas will bo hero to help on and consummate the work. Has not Pj-eakeii CAitusLn the yowe to terminato this dUgwcofnl lt tKllocb in (lie iUpnso? Could ho not j 1 nc ended it nt imy tlnio (hiring the ii.Mt thiveOnyN? Anil if ho bus tins rower, why doosn't lie nxprolxr it? Tlio i co))lo w ill soon he innkliig a por CMitoty domnuil to know unless the oiitnlii is nui; down on thu fnrco. Tins Mvrri.i.s it. Wo iioier vnilly tliuiiuhl Mint Colonel Jlroivn wouM nlunuloii llio llowory llohlsof journal ism for tlio thorny paths of Civil S'urfnco llofonn mid ft iiostollli'O. The H'crM this morning savs: The rtporl that Colonel V. I.. Drown or.tlio Jittrtng Xim is a andldato tor pnstiA,tcr of tbis ilty hail III mlgln In tlio OMjIon among prominent Now York Dcrrcrats In Washington, tht Colonel Brown's b-islnos abilities nml conspicuous Democracy mado lilma irost lualhihlo man for tho placo In catoof a vncaticy. Hut Colonel Brown nys tliat not only tins be nover thought of second ing any mot craml In that direction, hut that he couM not accept tho appointment, otcn If It were klmlly offered him. (ioM'.nxon Hill's lcttrr ilpclinltij: to ho it cnndiilftlo for 1'ioslilont lmsn't turned up yet, Xnr Mr. (.'lovidnnd's, cithrr, for tlmt matter. ;ii.iiifSTi:msM on tho floors of CongrcH Is nothing more nor less than factious opposition to the will of a majority in the pending In stance, ofMi well-ascertained .and ad mitted majority. It thus becomes a species of treason to tho fundamental principles of pop ular government. ' ', A species of ti eat-on? Ts it not ticason itself? ('airy tliotmo policy into our elec tions and how long would the ov cinmcnt last? How long will Congicss itself last if majorities of the two Houses aro not pei mitt cd to rule 7 It is high time this dangcious and icvolutionaiy nonsense weto done with. llr.Rn is av explanation at last of how tho New York Slav was -old. We me indebted to the Graphic for the infoi mation: .lolm I!. McLean, editor of tho Cincinnati h'tiiiiiier, bought tlio New York Atai-yoitcr-day. I'liIsHonlilal. IIo paid two cents for It, and the newsboy kls't tho coin for luck. Tim: Union I'aciimu Frsmvo iiim. will coma up in the House next Tues day, baning the filibusters, and with a good show for i'avotable action. It is gcneially legarded as equitable and expedient legislation, fair for tlio ln eminent and fair to tho road. The load is not likely to insist on easier to ins, and the Government should not bo satisfied with anything lets. Out West, where the people have a direct interest In tho matter, they are anxious to have the question settled. As the Kansas City Timet suggests : Tho proplo ot Western Kansas nant to know what thu railroad Is koIdr to do, and tbeflrbt step to knonlm; that Is to know what thu (lovcinmcut Is roIuk to lot It do. Tho Mil suits tho Oovernmont be enuso It strengthens the (io eminent' sovurl lies and remoes tho road from the perpetual meddllnKuf boodllnu politicians. It Is fair to the company heeau-c, while not leleaslng any obligations, It adonis opportunities for ili'M-lopracnt and for extending tho road's fuinltiB power. Tni.ni: m inc mooiild In tu hii bov at sunset Wednesday evening a. total of 015 merchant marluo s es-tls, consisting of IKI stoamcrv, 77 shlpt, 171 balks, .17 brigs and 2117 schooners. N. Y. Hal) and Exprets. Quito a fleet. And now we nro cui ions to know how many of them cariied tho American flag. - Sound on tlio Sidewalk Question. Worn tho Washington Hatchet. Tin: Ciiitiu is right with alargult, Xot merely for the'takoof our prospective vis itors, but in the name of good teinperand godly language, the Hatchtt joins Its voice fo that or its evening contemporary and cries aloud, as It has before, for an abatement of tho Mdcwalk nuisance. The Culture of Silk. A company has heen organized at Jack sonville, Fla., for the developing of the silk industry of that State on an exten sive scale. Tho movement results from an exhibit made by one individual at the sub-tropical exhibition. Three hundred acres are to bo planted In mulberry trees near Jacksonville, New York capitalists haIng subscribed $50,000 to thoonter prise. The work of planting out tlio trcis will begin In a few weeks. Tho factory for the rrcllng, spinning nnd weaving of the kilk will ho located in Jacksonville, and nil the business after the production of the raw silk will bo carried on in that city. An Important Matter. "Gentlemen of thojury," said tliejudgo, as ho concluded his charge, "if the evi dent o chows in your minds that pneumonia-even Indirectly, was tho cauo of the man's ucaui, uio prvonerciiimoi ne con victed." An hour later a messenger catno from tlio Inry room. "The gentlemen of the Jury, your honor," ho&aid, "desire information." "On w hat point of evidence '" "None, your honor; they want to know how to spell pneumonia." Tid Bits. Com-lbliip In CIiIokko. "(Jcorgc, yon seem downcast, pidn t the lovely I.airasmlle on your suitr." "SmllpV" replied tho young man, "O, yes, she smiled. She smiled till her tides ached," ho continued, bitterly; "she leaned back and .smiled till you could have heard her n block away." Chicago Tribune. "In a Hornet' h Nest." Donn Piatt, when he ns at Providence Hospital, wrote to an old friend the other day about h Is condition, says JIacf'arland in tho Philadelphia licconl, and his note wound up, as his friend thought on a first leading, with the remark; "I nm in a blamed hornet's nest." lint upon a more ciitical analysis ho came to tho con clusion that tlio Colonel had written "I am )n a blessed haven of rest." tiii: MAID IN Tin: MOON. Why, the papers say thvie Is a maid hi tho moon I Well ! Well! A sery ittango story to tell I She must hat ebeen carried theie In a balloon, I am told by oil she has a modern air. And that she bangs, and crimps, and frUies " her hair: Ileincmlier, I tell you what other folks see. Ah' Me Her gowns are .made a la l'ailst Itemeinher, I tell you what other folks see. ) Infer that the inald Is not long out of school. Whoop! . ir hho lately made her debut I Accomplished and beautiful that la the rule Anil the papers say a gicatdeal of her grace, Still more of her Jewels, satins and law. And naught but tho transit of Venus nnd M irs, My I Marat lies of late so routed the mais and pais. Nfluplit but the transit of Venus and Mars. What do you think attracted tho maid to the moon r . JIM! Hist I The Jirowus will gle It a twist, And you may be sure by to morrow forenojn Home ridiculous gossip will bo afloct 'Ilout the maid and a man of uncommon note. Now, for the world don't tell a soul tluJ you e. TO' He! This Is between you and me; For the vforltl don't tell a soul that you te) - ICotirler-Iouniul. omTicui.ni. Rhi vtiy licit Yon do mo grot honor, Mr. .lltikltis, to nk my hand lu ninrrlnpe. ftm very forry - He cry poor: I'on't mention it. Mi's llanknvcotuit. rienseden't mention it. It I'lt't sympathy 1 want; it's money. In Vno Domestic Circle: Vlfr : This paptr nys hiidy Hamlolph '.fhurchlll wears a wllJ roo In her hair Tviui ner evening urcis. Husband : In her hair, eh? Well, that's 'Oincwhnt higher than evening ilress Is worn in this country, Isn't it love? Wanted at tho Capitol Immediately An expert who can pick a ileaiMoek. Congress seems to bo sowing- Its wild Outes. Hurtled at the steak woman learning locook. -Tlio young A bright girl on K street says her hnlr ls"CmTiMOlorcd." That is to snyit is red. Not to big In WnOilngton: "You ore n very largo man," said nn .nuctullor ton new Congressman, as he look his measure. "Think so, do yon" icplied tho M. C. "1 certainly do." "Well, yon ought to ee mo when I'm at home." In tho Doinctlc Circle: Wife: Wnat does the scntenco "It goes without saying" mean, dear? Husband: 1 know what It doesn't mean. Wife: What, dear' Husband: A woman's tongue. Young man: 1 came to ask, sir, the hand of your daughter In marriage. Old man: Have you any vlsiblo means of support. Young man looking at the old gent: Yc, tir. Old man: What Is It? Young man: Your daughter's father, sir. SPECIALNOTICES. tiit'iicii op the i:ni'iiAv, (i sr, heututhand 1-lth sts n w. Sor lnpti fn.mnrrow ns follows! Mornlnc lir.irer nnd sermon at 11 a m; evening prayer nnd sermon at7:-0; holy communion at 8 am; scper scrTlcos at fl:l5 o'clock. VKSSj,S1XT11 PItESBTTf.ItlAS (I1CIU.1I, rj coiner oni nno iv'sis. soumwc"i Dr. Hirshoy wlllprcaoh at 11 on ThoL.w of Habit:" at 7:no. nn "Peter's New Idea:" i coplc who do not go t) church nro specially Intltid. Vf-CSs.t'H()lllS' IIMOX.AT CE.VTnAI,M. E. VHST Church, nth st., between Jl and N sts li v., Easter last, April 2. 1888. Thu Judges will ho proscnt Tl'ESHAY, at 8 o'clock, and will announce, tho choir tilting tho first cilzo. etc. Judccs: Prof. J. E. Dra per, Prof. F. I.. Sakcts, Prof. Cook. yjrf-rOltAMl COXCIIIlT-WKShhVAN U.NI VJaa. versltjr Oleo Club at Natloial Hlfles' Hall TUESDAY, April 10, at 8p.m. Olrcs, Whlstlcsand Warbles, followed by s.i olnl and reception, under anplces of the W. !. T, II, Hefrcshments. eto. Admission '20. DIckliiFou College Giro Club will not paitlcl pate, as heretofore advertised. yScsa.ts. i. oiiMisToiTcMANT o7iriJ- Icr'SIi. land will spent In Congregithmal Church, coiner lOtliund O streets. Sunday at :l 30 p. m.. under tho auspices of Y, w. o. T. U No. 8, ot tho District. Jlrs. Isabella Bcrchcr Hooker will preside Singing Jed by Wnyland seminary Choir. jOKasOUCE TO TAXPATF.US. Viie Sunday llaald for to morrow will con tain nn article which presents fully and clearly strong iwlnts In fnor of Justice to tnxpayciswhose claims for damages to real elate luno not been settled. sawfe-uDB. MUI.LF1I, SI'lXIAl.IST FOIt KrVS the Eye, Ear and Throat, has lc moved to 828 llfth st. n. w, Offlco hours, 1) to 12. li to -1 and 0 to 7. y-CSJ. S STOVES; HITS VASES; WE Settees; Garden IIosos; Gas Fix ture. Plumbing and Heating. S.8.SHHDD ABRO.. J3tt Htliatn w. sflrtSafcllEDICATIOA SEIlVlt'F.S AT MI.TK0 Wv2i polltan Baptist Churoh, corner tlth and A sts ne, Sunday, April 8.1S88, Dam: Sunday-school assembly Ham; sermon by tho pastor, Bev. Wm. if. Young. II. D.; .1:10. sermon by Bov. A. J. Huntington, D. D , of Columbian Unh ei-slty, ami unc!lfngot me morial window: 7:15, sermon byltev, A.J. Bowland or Baltimore; othor appropriate ex ercises at each sen Ice, and a cordial Imita tion to tho public to attend Is extended. rf PRE AItT AND ILI.CSTUATKI) lf31. books bound.f ull Morocco gilt edge. Wo havo stamps and dies. Magazines, C5 and 76 cents. LYCETT D1NDEKY, . 1012 Penn avi. ySrCSs.'Il'E STKAMKB MATTASO WIlTl. l.SaS eao 7th st wharf on SUNDAYS. TUESDAYS and THUBSDAY8. at 7 a, m for Potomau Klver lumlings ns far as Mattox f'irck. Grinder's whair, Sundays down nnd Wednesdays up; Brent's anil Chapel Point, Thursdays down nnd Mondays and Wednes days up. K I.. TOLSON. Agent. 7th St. wharf .1NO. McOAIIEE, Agent. Alexandria, Va. sga.EqumBL. CO-OPEHATIVE BUltDINQ ASSOCIATION, "EQUITABLE BUILDING." 1003 F ST,. ASSETS-$811,802.28. Pamphlets explaining tho objeot and advan tages of the Association aro furnished upon ap-pllcatlon. Offlco hours from l a.m. to 4:30 p.m. On the first Wednesday In each month tho office will be open from U to 8 p. m. Advances will be made promptly at 7 o'clock. Subscriptions for shares In tho 14th tssno re ceived dallvat thooftlco of the Association. Equitable Building, 1003 F street. Shares aro 12.60 per month. THOMAS BOMERV1LLE, Treat. JNO. JOY EDSON, Secretary. V7-r 51,?tOnCi:.-AT A MEET I Nil OF THE VjKS Executive Committee, National Jockey Club, held Tuosday. April 3, 18S8, It was ordeied tlmt membership badges bo sold only to members regularly balloted for. The attention of ull persons not In good standing at date ot last annual meeting Is Invited to this action. Members can obtain badges (which are now ready) of tho treasurer, Mr. P. II. Christ man, at the Club Booms, Vernon Row, until thu ot cnlng of tho 2Mh Inst. F. 1). McUUlRE, President. J. C. McGINN. Asit. Seo'y. tfrCS.A 51KKT1NU OF TUB STOL'KIIOI.I). W37 era of tho Washington Sato De posit Company of tho District ot Columbia will be held nt tho ofllco of the company, 1)111 Penn. ae., on 1'ltIDAY, April 27, 1UB8, for tho election of Dtieotors. Polls open at 12 ra. and close at 2 o'clock p. to. SAM CROSS, Sacrotar. AgMOORE & SCHLEY, BANKERS & BROKERS, 20 BROAD STHEET, NEW YORK. MEMBERS OF TnE NEW YOnK STOCK EX CHANGE. PRIVATE WTBE CONNECTIONS WITH COR HE&rONDENTSAT BOSTON. CHTCAOO, PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, WASUINGTON.D. 0., 1UCHMOND, VA. Correspondents In Washington, CORSON i MACARTNEY, 1410 F STREET. ,1'EHSOSS ABOUT TO INVEST I.N HEAL ESTATE Will save trouble, risk and expense by con sulting THE REAL ESTATE TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY, Tho Old and Reliable, 470 I.OUI8IANA AVENUE, Incorporated 1881. M. ASnFORD, Prciltlent. GEO. E. FLEMING, Secretary. ifSjEAST, CSKFLI., FEET, ETC. "The wlso for health on dally walks de pend," and thousands visit Dr.. White, foot specialist, 1110 Pa. ave., opposite Wlllard'a Hotel, for the rainless treatment of Corns. (Bunions, Diseased Nails, and all complaints CKjbofett; Sfithyearof practloe In-Washing-too. Fee,tlB8Utlrgfcrputitoirtb9cct fa order, ArtSsfcTiHNm'ons in iu:al lstati:. '. wtc ceTrftt btniitlnilh? located pieces of prcr'.iiy mluMe for sobdlviflon, near tho cltj en nTfnns extf nded. ranglmr from 20 1', Poo k res, which I offer at positive Intvtt trti It tires. Parties wl'hing to Invest will do well to call en me t-etero concluding their piircl.at s. t have 35 airei. which has l.tiO(ifetfrpnt- aernthoHlttlct lire, rrlco only $10,0001 Klsouno acres near the city, prico 175 per atio. (.tit. . . , lor tho ready money I havo several posl thotargnlns. S. TAYt.OTt SUIT, toa Otb st. n. w. 5 fcOtllU.nS IS YF.srjIEMH is COAL, WSir" 1IION AND TIMIIKtl LANDS. A. r.. Handle begs to call tho special atten tion of persons desiring to acquire such prop erty In largo or small tracts at tbo very low est prices. Hill tiartlculars on application. Aitdrcss .10.1 7th it. n. w., Washington, U. 0. VVG7-H.WI8K MI.N "n.ACK THKIU OltUims V"6"i for shirts early In tho sprlngsoas to hare them broken In for hot wcithcr. So call on P. T. H AIX. 008 P st n w. gp,niii:i niiEt rniei If yon want tho CHEAPEST, CLEANIST and WObT KCONOJtlOAt. KUKL, buy Wash ington Gas Company's COKE. JOHNaON DnOTflERS, Bolo Agents. sfl-SSbTnK.'SSUAI.MKrnXtl OP stock W3 holders of tho Inland and Sea board Cootlng Company of I). :.. for elee Hon of Directors, will b held WEDNES DAY. April 11, tf-68, ot NatlonalMetrnpnll tan Hank. Polls open frm 13 m. to 2 p. m. A. HEltlt, Secretary. VJrTSSi.TO THE l'UnM0.-AI,I, CASI'.S OK r3 eruolty to children or animals In the District of Columbia should ho nrotnntlr report ed to tho HU.MANESOCJETY, UIO l'st n w. Telephono call t) 17-1. W .UE HAVE HEHOVr.O t'lMlH Xo. K2i 1010 V St. to No. r27 7th St II. W., where wo shall keep a. larger and moro com t'lctollnoof House Kurnlstilnr Cowl), anil nu shall bo pleased to see our old patrons and friends. Any of our goods can bo boujhton small weekly or monthly patmenls. OATEI.Y .t AI.DIIICH. S15 Ml'E lSbLHAME AT ACTltAt, COST. Persons destrons cf obtaining Ufa Insurance at actual cost should wrlto forclrculars to the Security Mutual Bencllt Society, No. iKl Broadway, Now York. This Society claims that since Us organiza tion tho cost ton member of middle ago ha been less than twelvo dollurs a yoar for each thousand dollars of Insurance. VVSSs,OFFICE OF J.Jar H.H. EVANS, 121 Tstnw. COMMISSIONEftOK DEEDS KOtl ALL bl'ATKS AND TEItlUTOlUES. NOTAHY PUBLIC. Telephono OS3 .1. Hours from 0 to t:.10. The fotlotclng clan or atltirtltemtntt, inch a Wniitt, For SiU or litnt. and tlmllar tinall r.otlHttfour Unit or Ittl.ont Unit, 23 unit! ttco tlnui, 40 ctnti! thru limit, BO ctnti. Wa"nteii-a iMi.F-mion.N white nun, to nostst In u store. Call at 1321 1-lth stnw. WATED-A THOIIOUtllir.T COMPETENT woman for general housework; must be a good plain eook. Call at -1.12 I ltli n w. WANTED-A COLORED OIltL TO BO OES eralhon'oworkfora family of three, mnt bring references. Apply32U lit stnw. WAMI.D-A COLORED OIRL TO COOK, w-nsb and lion; uiustbilng refciences. Call nt IKld P st after 3pm -1T7ANTI.D-AN APPRENTICE FOIt Otllt TT millinery donartment. MRS. Nt. 1 PALMER, 017 11th stnw. WANTED-A GIRL I Oil A SMALL CHILI) nnd to do gcnoral housowoi k. 3."."i Pa ax oh, W" ANTLB-A C1RLOR WOMAN TO ASSIST In housework; must stay at night, Ap ply nt.MHIAHAM'S, DID D stnw. WANT1B-A lOUNO, TltUSTV (URL 1)1- mediately. Call at 102 0 sts o. WAM KII-A NEAT CHItL, TO .MAKE IIEK self conernllv useful about a houso of small fatnfi)Apply 2120 II st n w. 1TTANTEU AN EXPERIENCED WOMAN VV for general housowork. Apply at 1017 Oslnw. V17ANTED-A 10I.0I11.B OIRL FOR DIN', VV Ing room work nnd to do light wash ing; must bilng references. Apply at 300 E si n w. vw!DlSli!!!5k ANTEll-A BELIAltLirmfTIEnoT'oTt girl, 10 to 18 years of nto, to be gen erally useful about tho hou'e; ono who would like to become an artist. ACADEMY 01' FINE ARTS, 804 E st 11 w. WASTED-TUO FARM LABORERS TOliO 20 miles Id tho country. Apply at 1323 Mst, bet 5 and 0 o'clock pm, In base ment. V17A.NTED-3 oil 4 OF TRE BBSr SOLO VV svhlstlcrsln the city and ono guitar player, by note. Address J. K. It., Ciltlo OUH'O. WANTED SITUATIONS. WANTED-BV A NORTHERN' WOMAN, without Incumbrance, place as working honekccper In hotel or gentleman's family; good cook: would take chargo of store room or place of trust; best of references. Call or aildiess.TJH stn e. WTANTED-RT A TOUNt! WHITE lllRL, A VV situation In private family: can fur nlth good rolereaco. Call or address 33 II stn e. irANTED-BY I NEAT COLORE!) CilHL. A VV place to do chambcrwprk or light hourework In small family, st n w: Urst-class l efntenco. Apply at -U L WANTED-Ut A SETTLED flEKMlN WO man, a situation for cooking and houcwoikln a small family: no washing or ironing. Addiess MRS. CLO. LEDERER, 7J3 Oth it n w. WANTED-SITUATION AS BOOKKEEPER orsnlesman; 20veaw' experience: best leftiences. Address LEDGER, Ciltlooflloo, YSTANTED-BJ- A COLORED WOMAN, A rood refcr- TV place as chambermaid; Apply at 2408 Va avo n w. -iniTANTEn WASIIINU 10 DO AT HOME OR y V at private residences by the day or piece. Address 2000 Columbia Tcrrapo. ITTANTLD-JIIDDL&AOED MAS OF 0000 VV business capacity wants employment of any kind; can keep books, attend to cor respondence, &o, small salary. Address F. J Crltto ofllco. WANTED BOOMS. WAME0-1IY A WIDOW LADY, ROOn and board In a small private family; prlco must not exceed 920 per month. ao; urrss jinn, pauwi, t,rmo uuiuo, WANTED-A GENTLEMAN BESIDES TO rent a small furnished room where no questions will bo asked; state location and price. Address 1'. 8. 1) Crltlo ottlco. WANTLD-A LADY WISHES A FURNISHED room where no questions will be asked. Address CONFIDENTIAL. Caltlo ofHco. WANfED-MISCELLANEOUS. T7ANTED-STABLB- MANURE CARRIED V Y away without cliaro. Address 11. Crltlo ofllco. WANTI.D-100 HOARDERS AT $11 PER mouth, 2 meals per day; $15 per mouth, 2 meals and lunch per day LE DROIT, 812 Fstnw. W ANTED, IMMEDIATELY, ONE TIIOUSIND Painters to call at It. M. Brown's paint and oil stoic, at 1252 Soventh stn w (oorner of N) and buy their stock of Paints. Oils, and Brushes for tho spring business: also Var nishes, Glue, eto. Now Is the commence ment of the spring painting and R. M. Brown Is tho merchant for you to call upon and place your orders with bin! for all your sup plies. Ills motto Is, puro goods ut popular prices. WANTED-ir KNOWN THAT C. of 4KB T.a ave. nntl Cltv Hall S. BUNDY a ave, opp City Hall, Is Comuus- loner of Deeds for all tho States and Terr! toiics. WANTFD-TBEPUBLIOTOKNOITIRATF. WALDECUER& CO. manufactures mu sical Instruments and strings; repahlng a specialty. 1417 oth stn w. TITANTI.D OLD 00LD And silver WM. VHIED- VV bought for cash by ERICH, tho manufacturing Jewo ler, cos 7th ct. opp Patent Offlco. WANTED-ALL TO KNOTT THAT DR. TAY. lor, 031 F tt, near Tenth, makes beau tiful sets or artificial teeth for $5; guaranteed to give full satisfaction; extracting with gas, chloroform or local anesthetics, GO cents; without, 25 cents; filling at very low prices. TUTANTED-KVEHYBODT 10 KNOW THAT VV Rlco'a Hteam-Cloanlng Works, 4f)0 llalnoavo a w, cleans carpets, renovates feathers, steams matreseea and remakes them; also, furniture steamed In the best manner and at lowest prlcos. . Ul '" LOST AND FOUND. LOST-A GOLD BADGE, WITH THE INI. tlalsl'. B. A. and on the baokD.,1. 1, Finder will be suitably rewarded for return ing samo, 427)6 10th st n w. fr THb'IiIDV WHO TOOK THE BLACK SILK i beaded mantilla by mistake on Tuesdav altemoonat Mrs. Senator Stanford's recep tion will return tbo tamo to 1701 K st n w the will eecurc tier own wrap, PERSQN AL 1 t. tEAKui, PR W f it'll. It AUHMAHKn 1, andjewcler, tetxiirs ehronomctcri and all kinds of Due watch n,rlneV and ewelrv In (he rest itMiner. at 1010 7th st n w. .'10 jtsrsexpetteDfo, VAHI'.lAol-spiltMl (1 VI.V.S Vd'.T O.t BS MUMonnl oeyer's cayrlaco HenoIWv 4t!0l'ennslvunla arenue; ltdlcs' hjiip-l.ont phaitons, doctors' hueglc, carr',ar, four aniisisiuiscnger wagons of ell Muds. nr-ne-s.ttr. JVM. F. OEYEll M1I.K-1.A 1IEM.K KIIA?i'tT."i)HnV CIN sen e a fow more families with strictly pmo aril fresh milk, In stono Jjm, morning and evening, Milk of ono cow for babies n specially. Cltyonice.lBOl llstnw. MASNAtiK An i:i,i:cTniCAL tiieitaevt for tho relief of pain and tho euro of menial and physical depression, weakness, ncrTous affections and chronic diseases; all kinds of baths for the cure of chronlo dis eases; lady attendant for ladles; city refer ences; everything llrst-class: solo agent for tho celebrated Berlin Elcctrlo Helts for rheu matism especially! room nnd hoard for pa tients while under treatment. Dtt. I'A'UI'.Tr, HKOOthstnw. K EAI) I'lM.Kt'N (irV SPUIAT, FI'.O.H Bulletin No, 13. Dlvlslun of Chemistry, CIA TO $1,000 INVESTED I.N STOCK OF O I U a rromlnent company In this city, It is thought, will double nnd troblo In the near future Full Information ns to tho now de velopments of tho company will bo given to thoowhowlh to Invest. Address CONl'I- DENTIAL, noxo. n. M.,crmo omce. CAUTION-ELECTRICITY IS UNSKILLED handsls positively dangerous. For 13 years I have mado It a special practice, and am curing various dlseasos (proclaimed In curable) In Washington, nervous and mental, otarlanand uterine, cplnal disease, tumors, stilctures. paralysis, etc; statlo electricity through elothlng. DR, L. 8. NICHOLSON (Unlrci-slty of Michigan), O01 12tb st n w.cor ner F. . T1MD FI.NLEI'S CtTT SPECIAL I'KOM JY Hulletui No. 13, Division of Chemistry. T HE O.EEL.N OF BLE11S Leads them all. MME. FIlASt'AlS A CO., Tea Gowns a specialty, near It I ave. . Dltl.SSHAKLNO. 1011 7 th stnw, CA Liar lALll'OItMA WINE BOOM, 700 IISI'.N Ht i Jacob Gundlach's Cclobratcd Whlto and larct wines by tho class and bottlo. N. K. WEYAND. late from San Bernardino. Cal. Bl), CHASE A CO., UUllKKLLA-MAKEIt, . 4111111181. Gold-mouatod caues and umbrellas a specialty. w EAD FI.NLEI'S tITT SPECIAL FROM BnlK-lliiNo. 13, Division or cticmistry. McMASTElt BROS., ORAllCATl.S OP 0N1A rlo College of Veterinary 8urgeon, Toronto, Canada; animal pets a specialty. Of flco, 100(1 F nnd 1020 M st n w, Washington, D.C. Telephone calls. 008-4 and 472. TROV LArMIBT, 1110 G street northwest. Branch ofllco, 1212 Penna. avo, Collars and cuffs a specialty, at 20a. per doz; shirts, 10a. each. Goods called for and delivered at any part of the city. T 1UE U.CEEN OF BELRS Leads them all. rpilE LATEST rABIS AND LONDON TRO 1. tographlo craze combination portraits; striking, original, artlMlo. Pi-ocurablo In America only at tho KENSINGTON ART STUDIO. 810 Pa ave. Til EOL'EEX OF BEERS Is tho best In tho market. ROnEKT HYATT, Dealer In Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, Poultry, Game, Fresh Vegetables, Cholco Fruits, oto. 310 ELEVENTH STREET. N W. TROUSERS TO MEASURE, 83.30 to JO: Sl'E clal prices. WM.DE MOTT, lllOF St n w, ag,cnt, Tower Hall, Philadelphia. P.. II. lOU.NO'S STEAM UAltPEr.CLEANLM) nnd Itenovatlna' VV orks. Feathers reno vated, mattresses made over, furniture steamed and moths destroyed. 1422 Pa avo n w. Tactory, corner of Ctn and K sts s e. JTIMIEATLD PLATE, SI; PHINT1M) 3(1 It visiting cards from same, 43c; printing 100 visiting curds from tho same, 73o; litho graph cheek books mado to order. J. L. KEIIVAND. 1012 Pa ave n w. pURFll DAIRI LUNCH 1100117 Corner Eleventh and E streets n. w. E. W. 8IMONDS, Prop. Breakfast from 7 to 11 a. m. Dinner from 4 to 0.30 p. m. Meals to order. Lunch at all hours. All pastry home-made. FprnUbed Rooms bv tho day, week or month. ?,ENJ"-.5SfiK.5;,., IJOi: RLNT AT820 MNT?1 SrN'lV, TITO ! unfuinlsbed rooms on 2d floor, water nnd bath on same floor: for S10. TH OR RENT-l MCKL1 ITIINISIIED BED 1' loom; convenient to curs ami heidlos. loom: i 20 2dttne, ROOMS AND BOARD FOR 3 OR 4 GENTLE men; a stuble and vantage house for lent. 1010 20th st n w. T70R RENT-TWO UNFUKMSHED ROOMS, J snperbly situated, suitable fir light housekeeping; convenient to trains and boats: $12 per month: also a limited number of boarders accommodated for tho summer months. Inquire nt 701 King st, Alexnn dila. Va. IpOR BENT 1104 L ST N. Tf. FURNISHED ! Parlors, with dressing room attnehod, on llrst floor, sultablo tor gentlemen or man nnd wife, with or without boaid. Rent reason able. IpOR RENT-BY A VIltdl.MA Lllll, A largo pleasant front room, with board: also ono back room, wit li hoard for two $1 each per week. Good tabic, home cooking. 022 11 st n w. T70H REN1-3 ROOMS, UNFURNISHED OR J; partly furnished; gas, heat and bath. 728 13th stnw. FOR Ja MJlCELlArTqU5. I "j-OK SALE-100 CANE-SEAT tUAIUS IN ' good condition. Apply nt Masonic Hall, corner Cth and F sticcts, all day Monday. A Dargam inriieaier". E 'OR SALE CIIKAP-A WELL-TRAIN'CD Goat nnd Harness. For full paillculars apply to ovt ner. No. 2032 8th st n w. 1JH)R SALE-HNE, FRESH ALDERNEVC01V very gentle: largo milker; price $55: also ltobulresblnMay. Apply at 1317 11th st n w. I70R NALV-SPEITAL 31-INCH STAR Bit cyclu;good asnew; lilOO. Addiess BI CYCLE, Critic offlco. 1 EST. CI, ASS MEALS FOIt 250. HELL'S International Dining and Lunch Rooms, il'a avo n w. Board and rooms, $1 and $1.60 per day. IJMMt MALE ClUAPIIOFHDNE. LINOTYPE, Typographic, Meroanthaler Dynamo graph and Shellabargcr stocks; also Brown's Magneto Telephono and other stooks; offers wanted. CHAS. A. SHIELDS. 1000 F st n w. FOR . SALE-LOTS. ITUlllNALE-COHNEn LOT, 38x81, NOUTIf. : east.wlthsmalldwelllngonit; tented nt $13 per month; juice, $3,000. TYLER & RUTHERFORD, 1307 F stn W. IOk'sALE VACANT LOT ON U ST, llRr. 1 I2tb and 13th sts n w. Inqnlro at 20J2 12th btnw. IjVJK SALE-A IIAlKIAIN-0,078 FEET OF ; ground, with 12 room brlok bouse, on a desirable street In West End, for $ J.500, J. AMBLER SMITH, Att'y-at-Law, 020 F st n w. JilOll KAI.K-J.0Tb-: VERY DF.SIRARLE ; building lots on M st. bet 1st and N Cap n w; alo a beautiful corner lot on N Cap st. hWOIIMbTEDT & BRADLEY. 1)27 F St. REAL ESTATE ! BTJIXilDIlSra- LOTB. We are short of good City Lots for Spring Trade. L. M. SACNDKItS A TIRO., 1103 V Street. DENTISTRY. DR. STABR PARSONS, DENTIST, Uth st, cor E n w. First-class filling a specialty. Aching teeth saved, A loeal nnicsthctlo .ised on the gums alleviates tho pain of extracting. DR. 8. T. MASON, DENTIST, FORMERLY OF 4)4 st, has removed his offlco to 1201 Pa ave, corner 12th st. Cocaine and gas given. BR. J. A. M'LEAN, DENTIST, 720 Fourteenth street n w. First-class work at moderate prices. Gold and Amalgam Filling. Artificial Crowns per manently attached to roots. Gold-lined Rub ber Plates; satisfaction guaranteed. Gentle treatment assured, TV!. DUKE, DDNTiST, 715 14TH ST N W- J Teeth extracted without pain, by aid ot local application prepared and nsod only by me. Teeth filled Jl. Perfect fitting sets ot artificial teeth. OneraUonagnarantoed. BOARDING. mUlLE BOARD CAN BE OliTAlNED AT .1 ( $3.60 per week at 841 1st t n e, Capitol PROPOSALS. A I fc'.XANI OV'ri Stll'I'LlLS. PoSTOrrio; DrrAnTMnvr, Wa'utniivon, D fj April 3. 18K 8K11.EI) PltUPOSALSwlll bo received at this Department until Saturday, tho 12th day of May, 1SSH, at 12 o'clock noon, a', which time and pinto they will bo opened In tho I rcif nre or blildet s or thelrauthorlzcd ngents nr attorneys, fordoing tho neccsary painting In the Department; for winding and keeping I l.o thicks In lopalr. and for furnishing suMi (Mil. wood, Ice, onrpets, chairs, cotton elotli (for map-mounting), map, olool paper, matchc", dusters, whisk and corn brooms, desk and waste-paper baskets add forage, ns may be ordered during tho fii'al year begin nlng.ltilyl, 1888, nnd ending .lunaUO, ISS'J. Bids nro alo ln Ited for tho pui-chasu ot tho watte paper from the Postofnco Dspartment, Mcnoy-Onler Building, Topographer's Ofilco and Jlarlnl's Hall. ... , , Blanks for proposal', with .spcchlcfttlons giving detailed stitomont of thoreiinlrcmcnts to he met In respect to caclirtlolo, and also tho istlmntcd iiuantltlcs probably to bo re (lUlrcd of each, and giving full Instructions as to the manner of bidding nnd conditions to bo ohscned by bidder", will bo furnished on application to the Superintendent nnd DIs burslng Clerk, Postnlllco Department, Wash ington, 1). C. , ..... '1 ho Postmaster General reserves tho light to l eject any or nil bids, to waive technical defeots and to nccept any pait of any bid and reject tho other part, DON M. DICKINSON, . Postmaster General. TVEPARTMF.NT Ot'TIH! INTERIOR, I I Wi.iiitiiiTOM. II. C. Anrll ft. 1B88. SEALED PROPOSALS will bo received at this Department until 12 o'oloek m, THURS DAY, Mav 3. 1888. for furnishing; Miscel laneous Supplies to tho Department of tho In terior during tho llsonl year ending Juno 30, Ibfcl), consisting of brooms, brushes, docks, fllo-holders, portfolio drawer", soap, hard ware, chairs, carpets, desks, dry good", lutn her, forage, eto, Proposals must bo made on the Department foiros which, with tbo necessary Instructions, will ho furnished on application. '1 hey must ho addrecd t o tho Secretary of the Interior, and Indorsed upon tho cmelopo "ProposUsi lor .Miscellaneous supplies." W.ll. P. VILAS. Soaretary, FOR SALE HOUSES. FOIIRENT-DOIKSrS W, BRICK HOUSE, 7 rooms. ApdIv to n. K. PLAIN A, CO.. Si Cloud Building. Otb and V st". TNIUKIM.- X' M st n W, bol Oth and 10th. 2 largo 3 story bricks, 11 rs each; prlco HO 300. 1 ltli st ii w, bet Mass ave and Mst, 7 r pilco S3.200. 11th st s e, brick, 7 rsnnd bull, largo ynrdjprlco f 3,300, Fst n e, bet 3d and -Ith,' 3 lots, 18x00: price per foot, -lOo. Georgia nvo s e, bet 1st st and S C nvo. 3 lot", 20,000 red: 103 per foot. 12th stnw, bet Tand U, !2 lots, lilxlM feet; price 81 per foot. T. C. DICKINSON, Real Estate, Loans and Imuranco Room 0. 1 1 17 r st n w. n"0ll SALE- Mass ave, near 13th st, 10 room biick, 3 stories. $10,000. H st, bet 13th and 1 f th, 3-story and cellar, 8 rooms, (10,000. Bst, ncarlOth s w, 3-story and cellar; 11 renin", a lino house, I8,ooo. 1) st, near 13th s w, 2-story, Oroombiluk, 20 ft front, 83,300. Otb st, near B n o, good 0 story and baso mtnt, 7 room", nil m 1, 83,700. Sovcn beautiful building lots on 0.1st, bet Pa avo and C st a o, 18x03, each $1,800, cor ner $2,200. Send for new bulletin of farm and country piopertles. MACGOWAN & CAMPBELL, 1008-1010 K St. I POR HALE-THAT MOST DESIRABLE Pill. ) vate residence, 1010 Connecticut avo nne, thrco-story biick and basement, near lanngui square, coniiiining nmo ruoiin, lnif?flnlnet. tbreebath rooms, i ear callu-Ics: 21 reel front by 137ifi feet deep toa largo PUDUO nuey, ueugnuui loenuuii and nolch- borhood. THOMAS J riHHER CO., 32 IF stnw. T?0U SALE ITIEAP. NICE 5-R00M HOUSE J3 In good repair, with water and large lot to on nlley; pilco $1,330. Apply to owner, imu luin st s e. I70R SALE A BARtlAIS-TWO HOUSES ! (ono 10!4x48 feet, other 1 8x3 1) and one vacant lot (lbxl 10) on 10th st, bctB nnd 0 sts n c; houses aro now, havo press hrlok front", contain seven rooms, bath and nil conveniences, and rent for $23 per month each; good tenants; prlco for houses and lot. $8,000. Apply at 220 10th st n o. FOR RENT HOUSES. F OH REN1. 1221 Conn ave. J 8 rs $333 33 17Lafaycttotn,18r9 230 00 Pstnw.12 rs 125 00 161(1 Netn w.l2rs 125 oo 1113Ktnw,14 rs 120 00 1125 10th stn w,13 rs 115 oo 1044 21st stnw, 13 rs 100 oo 1820 g stnw, 15 rs ioo no 1301 Conn avo n wJ13 rs 1310'tavonw, 12rs H.3 31 210414th Bt 73 110 1704 Conn nve, 11 rs , 75 00 8i7i2thstn w, 14 rs 70 no 1410 Q Btnw, 12 rs 70 00 16270stn w, llrs....- 70 00 loosiothstnw, Ors 2102 11th st , 0(5 07 10-JO 16th stn w, 10 r 05 oo 20tbst.ncarQ,l0rs 05 oo 217Delavone,ir. rs 30 00 1514 30thstnw,17r9 50 00 1731 10th st n w. 0 rs 50 00 2022istnw,o rs 40 oo 1370 B stnw, 11 r 40 00 11)00 7th stnw, strand dw'g 35 00 1032 Nil ave n w,0 rs 23 OO 1111) stnw, 8 rs 20 00 1251stst w,8 rs 20 00 222 1st St BW.O rs 15 00 2321ststS W,U rs 15 00 230 1st st 3 w. Ors 15 00 228 1stst8W.Urs ;..... 15 00 The above houses can bo examined by.ytr mlt from TnOMAS J. FISHER CO., 1324 F street northwest. 1011 KENT-ROUSE NO. 313 PA AVE.N IV. ! Inquire of JACKSON & CO , No. (120 P.i nve n w. 7011 RENT-A HOUSE AND THREE ACRES 1 of land near Bennlnc's Station: excel lent earden land. Annlv to MARIAN FOW- i.nit, neonuig a. T70B BEST. 223 Ta avo, 3stovy brick, Ors and store ,....$160,75 2025Hllljerrlaco 3-story brick, 14 rs, am f , 83,31 170(llf)th st.3storyb.l2rs,aml.. 70.00 1)1(1 1st, 3 story b, lira, ami 05 00 2002 R st, 2 story.acd basement, b, 0 r CO 00 1305 Tst, 0-story b,0 rs.aml 33.00 1327 'i'st, 3 story b,0 ra,nml 35.00 0 room cottago on Columbia Heights 20.00 1244 Wyllo st n e, 2 story brick, 0 rs, ami.. ' 11.00 intiuiroof M. M. PARKER, 1418 Fst. F OR BENT. 2011 Former st, Ore, in I $30 00 1330 Wallacb st, 0 rs, m 1 3 i 33 J. 11. GRAY & CO., 022 Fst. TTUIll BENT-SEVEN.HOOU BRICK HOUSE, 1; bay window, cellar, rood Imps, -120 Boundary n w, 2d door from 5th, facing Le Droit Park, $22.60. Imjulre at 420 Bound ary st. IfOUBENT-A 0-ROOH HOUSE WITH BITII, ! n w, with all modern Improvements, hot and cold water, and a small store for rent; also family carriage for sale for $25. Apply 1723 Penn avo n w. XTOn BENT-IN ALEXANDRIA, VA., A V thieo story brick dwelling; eight rooms, In good order; ront low; on Pitt street, near St Paul's Cbnrch Apply to JOHN A. DIXON, 310 Washington street, Alexandria, Viu 'm T?OR RF.NT-NO. 130 EAST CAPITOL ST., j' u-story orioK, witn uacn ouuuing, con' talnlng 11 rooms; rent $J0 per month. Apply xso j 10 11 stse. IpOIt BENT-FOUR NEW O1100U BRICK ; houses: one store, Oth and K sts n e; one 5-room frame, Grant nvo and School st, Mt. Pleasant. BROWN BRADLEY, 1331 Fstnw. TOR UINT-511 ESTN E, 2-STORY BRICK, L1 o rooms and bath, water and gas. rent $15.30; also 431 Clb st n e, 0 rooms, all mod Imps, rent $18 30. Inquire 435 5th st n e. F OR RENT-HOUSE 313 PA. AYE. N. W, Inqulie at JACKSON & CO.'S, 020 Pa MEDICAL. nONSUPATION CURED BY TAKING VJ CLARK'S Constipation Cove; no mer vccetublo. Agcnoy, WARE'S Ehbltt Route Drag Bloie. JOB PRINTING JW . vVtrtVrA "TTO II. RYNEX, BOOK AND JOB PRINTER, cos 7th st a w, TIIOHAS M'GILL A CO. (Snccessors to McGIll & Wltherow), PRINTERS AND STERE0TYTER9, 1107 E Street N.W. - Washington, D. 0. GOOD WORK AT FAIR riUCES. T 0. 1'OLKINIIORN, Book, Job and Pouter Printer. C33 AND C34 D STREET NORTHWEST. Utur corner sj wU etrcet. REAL ESTATE. J. TARBELL DYER, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND NOTE BROKER, Ofilcc, COO 13th ft , cor. of F st. n. w., Wash ' Ir.gton, D, 0. NOTARY PUBLIC. Real estate bought, sold and renlod. Loans negotiated, rents collected. Insurance effected in first class companies. milON. A. MITCHELL, J. Real Estate Broker, 03 1 Fn w, room 4. Special attention paid to tho exchangoof all descriptions of real cstato and personal tropcrty, mining stock, etc. I 1,1 ON'ARD, REAL ESTATE BROKER, 107 ). 4)6 st s w. Heal estnto bought, sold and rented. Loans negotiated. Rents col lectcd. Insurance placed. H. Ii. HIST, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance, jihim r sireei norinwcsi. pLBI.1.1 UHOTREKS REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOCAL SECURITIES, 1310 F st n w, Washington, D. 0., Agents for National Union Flro Insnranco Co. of Washington, 1). (., and Washington Ecnefiolal Endowment Association. WM. B. OURLEY. CHAS. L. OURLEY. BE5J. P.IMTIR. HEAL ESTATE BROKER. 1.110 F st., adjoining Sun Building. BuUuban property a srcclalty, J TOR SALl-nV S. E. LEH1S, REAL ESTATE, ? Loans and Inmranco, 4:13 7th st n w one lot ncxttotho stlckncy Memorial Chapel, 72x100 feet, north side of P st, bet Cth and Ctb sts n w. Sco other tales In. Saturday's Star. ). w. r. mycks. econun m. xvtns. '. MIEItS A SON, J.1 1428 New York ave, Real Estate and Insurance. Loans negotiated. Rents collected. r 110 OWNERS OF BOUSES. Parties having houses to rent will find tt to their advantage to place tho samo In the hards of the undersigned, who glvos his per sonal attention to tho collection of ronts and the general caro of propeity. Statements furnished monthly and great caro axcrclscd In selecting deslrablo tenants. CHAS. E. BANES, 1003 Fstnw, With John F. Wnggaman. FOR SALE AND RENT. 1'ro'li TnENTORFOU SALE, on very rea ; sonablo terms, houso 811 II st n o; 3 stoiy brick, mod Imps, stablo In rear. Apply toll. WHITE, 021 Fst utii can deal direct with owner. REAL ESTATE BULLETIN or THOS. E. WAGOAMAN, 017 F street. Changes Mado Wednesdays and Saturdays. THREE-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. N Cap and I sts n w, b h, 0 rs $0,000 1208 5th stnw.bb 0 rs 5.300 027 G st n w. f b. 8 rs 5,300 23Estnw.b h. 8 rs 5,500 Mi.-.ntlistn w, b h.8 is 1,500 73l7tbstse.bb,7 rs 1,500 ID K st n c. b h, 12 rs 4,500 410 Hstuw.bb.5 rs 4,000 TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. 30, 38, -12, 11 Myrtle stne, oh.m I, ..9U,uu ni'iouiHiiu,! 11, 1 r-s . 210 to 222 13th st and Ky avo, bet a stnndscnvose, f h OlSOlDBstnc, bh, 7rs, each 01 5 1 st s w, f n. 5 rs, 3 houses roar . . . . 1,500 4.000 . 4, ono 3,ooo , 800 11 nuey n tap stn w, 1 n, -t rs S13 2dtse.fb,4rr Allevbet23dand21th. L and Mstsn 800 w.f h.4. rs 500 408 L st s e, b h, 8 rs....- 500 COUNTRY PROPERTY FOR SALE. 32 acres on Muilboro' road. 5 miles from tho city, $1,000. 115ncrcs on tbo Oxen lllll road, 0 miles from city. GYz acres H mllo from Loonavdtown, St Mary's County, Md. 100 acres In Fairfax Co, Va, 2 miles from Alexandria, S10.000. IbS acres In Anno Arundel Co, Md, 10 miles from Annapolis. ISO acres In Westmorland Co, Vn, $3,500. A valuable mill property near Charleston, W, Va,; running order. 127 acres In Fairfax County, Va. Improve J), $10,000. 100 acres on the Glenwood and Bladens burg road, $30,000. 05 acres l mllo from Bcltsvlllo, salo or trade, $3,500, HOUSES FOR RENT. Per month. 20180th stn w, Ors, possAprll 23. ..$18 00 123U h'stne.5 is J8 00 020 Md avo s w. 0 r 17 00 021 2 ith sts w. 0 rs 10 30 27 7th st n e. a rs , in 00 017 est w. O'rs in 00 11105 17th stn w, 0 rs 10 (JO 27 to 11 Estsw, bh.O rscach 10 00 402 to 408 21st stn w,0 rs, each.... 13 00 -llO'Jlststsw.Ors is 00 (127 o st s w, 4 rs It 00 325 Pomcroy stnw, (I rs 13 no 413 to -137 Del ave sw, (Irs 12 30 70nnd72t'nnal sts w,5 rs 12 30 173,'IEstn w.O rs v 12 00 7 nnd l) Corcoran row n w, 4 rs 12 00 71 nnd75Jnckson Allcyn e, 5 rs 10 30 IKil ltse.Ors 1000 820 181b it 11 w.-lrs 1000 202USIhstcxn W. -1 rs D 00 HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. Safo as V. 3. bonds: 0 per cent., payable quarterly; In sums $100 to $1,000; small pttmlumobnrgcd. LOANS In snms to enlt at 0 per cent. The abovo Is only a Bm.ill .portion of prop erty on my books. For full list call at oUlue for bulletins Issued on 1st and 151b.- COUNTRY PROPERTY. .SWAAAVVJVVVtAAA,VVAAiVAVilN lAAVVVVW A FAltU AND HOTEL SITE 10U SALE. 150 acres of land near Washington Cltv, ten minutes' walk from Bladcusburg or Wil son's Stations, A grand view of the city and country can bo had from Its highest elevation, A valuable mineral spilng, nnalyzod and cer tified by Prof. Frlstoo of Columbian Univer sity, Is upon It, and Its curatlvo qualltlos are pronounced or great benefit to thodyspoptlo suflcrcr. A Bplendld site for a summer hotel, and stock In a hotel company there will be taken for a portion of the purchase, money. Price, $200 per aorefcr next 30 duys. For further partfuuUrs Innulro of L. M, SAUNDERS A BRO., 1103 Fstnw. UXTY CHOICE SELECTIONS OF SMALL ) HOMES OF TROM ONE TO ONE UNBRED ACRES. IMPROVED AND UN IMPROVED, WITHIN FROM ONE-HALF TO THREE MILES OF THE CITY, AT LOW EST PRICES AND MOST FAVORABLE TERMS, T. H. SYPnERD CO., 1007 F 9t, MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY ALWAYS ON HAND TO LOIN O.N real estate security, at lowest rate of rest. M. M. PARKER, 1418 Fst. MONET TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY real estato. McLACULEN & BATCH- ELDER, 1225 F st n w -ftTOSFiT TO LOAN IN hOlS TO SUIT. LOW- est rates. No delay. F. H. SMITn & SON, 1222 F st n w. Hit UN El TO LOAN li At lowest rates of Interest on real es tate secnrltv. TU0MA8 J. FISHER & CO., 1321 Fstnw. $10,000 '$U,000 $4,000 $2,000 $1,000 TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. NO DELAY. T. A. DARNEILLE. 1220 F St. TV,I ONLY TO LOAN OS REAL ESTATE AND lli. other first-ciass securities. A. P. FARDON, 1320 V St. 711 ONEY 10 LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR 111 first-class securities. J. W. V. MYERS SON, 1428 N Y ave. MONEY TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE Oil first class securities at lowest rates ot rest. No delay where tho security Is good. O. 0. OREEN.-303 7th Btnw. E ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE BY WEST WASllimilUN IttiAli CKTAi'JS ID BROKERS' EXCHANGE, 1314 28th St nw. It. D.UUFF1N. Manager. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. c AHl'BELL UAURINUTO.N, Attorncy-at-Law, Barbour Law Building, 400 La, Ave. WASU1NGT0N, D. C. Residence. No, 1218 U Street Northwest. PEERLESS DYES Are tlio II EST. bvumri'HvvM.-n. AMUSEMENTS. V! N LIT NATIONAL THEATRE. T0-N1OHTAT8 - LAST TIME OF- Jim the Penman. MONDAY APRIL 0, In his now Entertainment, . ORIENTAL OCCULTISM A Grand, Wlcrd nnd Wonderful Exhlblthm, which almost Raffles Human Ho ller, Introducing NKNK SKHIB, Hie Itcivllilciliig Orlcntul NecrouianciV A LBAl'OII'S; GRAND OPERA-HOUSE. Hits . i:enhig fiKJ This , livening FAREWELL APPEARANCE MR. RICHARD MANSFIELD. TONHIHI' -AT- H, Last time of DR. JHKYI.T. AND MIL IIYDB, Next Wcik-W. J. SOANLAN InBIUNIJ NA-LAWN and THE IRISH MINSTREL. XTARIUS'S BIJOU THEATRE. 2 rcrformancoa Dally 'X WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 'J Iir.NKY T. ClIANritAU In a. Grand Dnuhlo BUI, Monday. Wednesday nnd Saturday, "KIT," THE ARKANSAS TRAVELER. Tues lay, Thursday and Friday, H'on llonclciult's Fa mous Play. THE OCTOROON. Produced with ull tbo seenlo cfTcots whloh haroma-lo tlicso pin) s rnnioiK. Irgo nnd oftlolent cast. Next weck-EDWIN ARDEN. A LBAUOH'H ORANDOPhUA-HOCSE. GRAND SACItHiJ CONCEItT GILMORE'S BAND, 03 MUSICIANS, SUNDAY J'VJ'NINU AFIIII. 8, Assisted by V. Mndamo ANNIE LOUISE TANNER. RoprAno wgnorina caiii-u 1 i-a .iiauuiiia. noprauo. Mllo. HELENE M1LLINK, Contralto. Mr. CHARLES TURN Kit. Tenor. MgnorHIOVANNtTAOLIAPIF.TRA,n.irllono Frnnleln MINA BUHLMBYER, Pianist. . Tickets 50c. 73o, SI and $1.50. Fur sale, at Ellis's, 037 Pa. avo,, beginning Saturday, March 31. "TAJIES WHITCOMR RILEY. ON TUESDAY, APRlTlO, AT 8 O'CLK 1. M. At tho U.N1VERSALIST CHURCH, Cor. Land 13th sts. READINGS AND RECITATIONS OP KELUC- TIONH FROM HIS OWN WHITINGS. Tickets, nt Metrerott'e, 003 Pa. avo. Admlslon 6O0. Reserved scats21o extra. niWENTY-'viXTII ANNIVERSARY OF TUB BATTLE OF SHILOH. "ATURDAY AND SUNDAY, April 7 and 8, at , BULL RUN TANORAMA BUILDING, ' 15tli sliect, south of Troasury Building, OENERAL PRENTISS WILLJ.ECTURH. j OONS OP JONADID (j kJ FAIR AND ENTEIITAINMENT AT KATIUMAI, JtlM.L.a- AlUIUltl, l Coinrrcnctng MONDAY EVENING, APRIL (I. ' 1 YTEHNAVS HASHINOTON THEATRE. Admission 15, 25 and 60a. Mat. 10 and 25c. I THE NIGHT OWLS 0 WARDROBE AND PROPERTIES NEW, BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE, Notwithstanding tho Central Theatre lire In Philadelphia. Matinees Mon.. Tues.. Thnrs. and Sat. Next WeeX-THH EARLY BIRDS. ki SHELDON'S DANCISO ACADEMY, 1001FST. N.W., Tlio Octagon, Saratoga Lancers, Polka Quad rilles and all the fasblonablo Hound Dances nrn pnn potlv t nm.liK Call or tend for circulars. , OCIEMIt 10 AND H IXTlYi; Sl'AUlllNU. The most beneficial of nil exorcises tanchi by Prof. J. 0. Collins. Lessons In dumb bull and Indian tlub exercises taught. Prof. Col lins will also give Natural Magncllo treat ment at nis resiuenco. vuu u Bt u w. EDUCATIONAL. wvvvvvvvvftArtrtvvvvvvvvvvwvl -v. w - QPrNCER 15 7tlian tho Bank RUN BUSINESS COLI.EOE. COU ind. D sts. n. v.. the first floor ovnr Bank of tho Republic, lecentlv I secured for additional rollego hall and now college office. Three entire Uoorsnow occupied by this Institution Now classes for spring cession In six departments: Practical Business Course: Stenography and Typewrit ing; Practical English Branches; Elocution; Benn Pitman rhpnography; Rapid Buslnes Writing, Dny nnd Evening Sosslons for Gen tlemen and" Ladles. Tuition by tho ycir, quaitcror monthly Installments. Circular free. II. C. SPENCER, Principal; SARA A. SPENCER, Vice Principal. DRAWING AND TAINTING. - NATIONAL Academy of Flno Arts, 801 E st, presided over by Mrs. Imogcne It. Morroll, who has bod 12 medals and studied 15 years In Europe with the most celebrated artists. To prevent children formlua careless habits of drawing. they will be received Saturdays, at 4 year , nf acre and unward. for almost nothlmr. Thorough lnstiuctlon In ovory branch of arUiN from drawing of all kinds to portrait awlf historical painting. Evening classes for la-ll dies and gentlemen, Mondays and Wodnes-1 1 uaysntv ocioun. l college;1 313 SIXTn STREET NORTHWEST. Near City Postofflce. The highest standard Builncss Collego Ir Ameilca. Cotorid students not admitted. Catalogues free F. G. MARTYN, President. O.K. UHNER. A. M. C. It., Principal. NOR IT OOD ISSTITCTE.WAMIINGTOV, D. C. belect school for young ladles. Boautl tully situated on Highland Terrace, Mr. and Mrs. W.D. CABELL, Principals. References: Cnas. S. Venablo, Chairman of Faculty, and other nrofessorsunlvorsltvnf Virginia; n. I.. Glldeihleovo and other professors John Hop- i klna ITnlrnrnltv. M'BONALD.ELLIS SCHOOL, COB. MASS. avo and 17 tb st, Washington, D. 0. Second session Fob. 1, 1888. Miss Catchcon's Evening Travel Class will begin Feb. 20, 1888. The first lecture on American Literature by Professor Lincoln, February 14, 1888. For Information address tho principal, M1S3 ANNA EI.LI8. CIIOOL OF FINE DECORATIVE EHUR01 i derv nnd Palntlnc now oncn at flnnon- elmcrJb Brother's Art Rooms. 514 Ninth st n w, Dei a anu v. TirASIIINdTONACADUIYOrTELEGHArnTM T T tKti ftinw, nooms 7, o, u; morning , fit y ju eTumug uiaises. ouuu tor pampmui.. IIAH1N0 SCHOOL ARCHITEUJUIIAL, XJ iUCCUUUICUl HIIU lPrBlJVUlTOUia,aiK,UM Monday and Wednesday eronlngs, from 7 to 0. Apply on class n ghts, or from O to 4 :30, to GEO. B. PHELPS, 1427 Fst. 3d Boor. Academy of tho Holy Cross, 1312 MASS. AVE. N. W., Will resume first Monday in September. It , affords every facility for acquiring a thorough and accomplished education. Tbo musical department, embracing Harp, Piano, Oigan, Guitar, Banjo and Mandolin, Is directed by thoroughly-accomplished tcachors. Fainting in i.nBtre, uu uuu tvuter toiurs. opecim w-, i t.mtlrvn nrilfl tn HniliVnnr,ln(. nnd fl,M lllvVivi I Mathematics. Attached to iho Academy Is a iicparimont ror utile uoys. PAWNBROKERS. wVSVSi.VVW.s1,VNVNWVVA'V'WW Burnstine Loan OiHco, 301 Penn, Ave, N. W. Nfnmw loaned on Gold nnd SUier Watches, Diamonds. Jewelry, Pistols, Guns, Ladles and Centlemen'D Wearing Apparol. Old Gold and Sliver Bought. , rmedecmed Pledges for Halo. I STEAMBOATS. ,ltSSftSt M' OUNT YERNOSI l MUUiSA VMltilUill . uuurtr vK.u.TiI Leaves 7tb st. Wharf dally (oxcept Sunday!, for MOUNT VERNON ,. At 10 o'clock n. m.; returning, roachos Wash-J 'iBgicn acom uao p, m. v " - - - -'v , hadidil.. i-WtfinBd1-, Jfe;--