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THE EVEiTIKG OBITIO. WASirnTGr CW, D. O.. iSATCUDAY, JULT 15, 1882.
THE EVENING OIUT10. I-nbllatavil Dally (Sundays Kxcontwl) Y TUB CvonlnRCrltlo PubMshlnRComnany SIl NINTH BTHEUT NORTHWEST, WAmX0T0, B.C. TCHM3 1 SINOLK COPY ........... CENTS BV UAHIUKH, per Month... ...!l.1 UKN1H nv MAlI(l'oftKOl"til)Ono Year - SI BY MAI Mintage rnld) Mix Months t'J.'JS Mall Subscription Invariably In Advance. XVKNINQ ClltTIO l'UllMHllINO COMI-ANY, Washinotqv, D.C. , Kntcrid nl lho Post OHIO) In Washington nssec find class matter. .. . Saturday, July 15, 1882. To Summer Abspiilei'. Persons leaving tlio city during the. Biimmor montb can liovo The evemxci Ciutic mailed to thcirnddrcss, In any locality, for inconta rcr month, or throo months tor f 1, payaulo In ndvnncc. Tun CiUTiawlU bo found tho host medium for kooplng nbsenloos thoroughly poetcd on what transpires at tho Capital. Or ders can bo sent by mall, or left at tho busi ness office Address clmnged as otton nj desired, "Let 3ir. ASK you a question," said ono ot tho Jurors to Rllss. "Have you any witness who Is notnblackmallor, n thiol or n, mannlrcaly under Inillclment for crlmo whoso testimony Toiicnngliousl" "Unronunatoly, not," was tho nnswor, The l'oitof thlt morning. This brief colloquy embodies tlio prac tical substance, of tlio wliolo Sttr-Uouto piofecutloti from beginning to end, A gang of "witnesses," who crc, with out exception, ''blnckmnllcrs" or "tlilovcs," or persons "already mulct Indictment," Iiavo been conspiring with an equally des perate and disreputable crew of newspaper blackguards to liarrassnml pcrsccuton num ber of gentlemen. Tlio motlvo In overy caso bas bcou cither that of blackmail or to wreak porsoual ro vcuge. Hitherto tho ncwspircr blackguards htvo Euccccdcd In keeplDg up n reign of torror tinder stress of which tho professional proi ccutors employed In tho cases have becu nblo to rack grand juries, or bulldozo thojo that were, not packed, nnd In overy other particular to warp nnd rorvctt tlio prelim inary processes of fo called justice. But tho utter and ridiculous f.illuro of tho prosecution to luako n c.iso In opon (curt, tho disclosuio of tho f.irclcal naturo of their EO-callcd " ovldcnco" and tho uni form defeat of tho purposes of tho prosecu tion by their own witnesses have, at last opened tho eyes of tho public to tho truo character of tho proceedings, and tho rolgn of terror Is at an end. For tlio (list tlmo In tho history of this icmarkablo persecution a grand jury has Lccn found whoso members dared to ask tho questions that ought to havo been asked In tho beginning and which would havo been asked in any caso not conductol under newspaper terrorism or political duress. This is tho beginning of tho end. Let this question and Its answer ba kept leforotho public: "Hao you any witness who is not a blackmailer, or n thief, or a man already under Indictment ? " "Unfortunately not I" That sums tin tho caso. It would bo ro- dundant to ray more. Sacked history tolls of a man who would not ho believed by a grand jury on oath. John Walsh should contcmplato his ex ample, and go out and hang himself. The Capital to-inorrow will contain tho final answer of tho Kov. Dr. Hicks on tho Chiltcau question. A very interesting nnd tcmprchcnslvo article. . The eei-eat of tho lion. Henry S. Ncal for rcnomlnatlon in tho Klcvonth Ohio District Is a serious blow at tho inter ests of this District. Mr. Ncal is la tho prlmoof his usefulness as a Member, bolng now on his third term. Ho has won nu c'nvlablo reputation as an honest and lovcl headed legislator In all matters, and In thoso matters particularly affecting this District ho is an Indefatigable and scnslbio friend. Holms fought our battles In tho Houso with signal ability and courage. Ho was defeated only after a prolonged strug gle, and in obedience to that detestable idea of "rotation" which annually deprives Congress of sorao of its ablest members. TheCuitic is a great believer In tho ofll cacy of facts and delights in presenting them to Its readers. Now, as tho Mississippi Itivcr problem is as far from being settled as It was when Do Soto first looked upon its broad expanse, wo will present a fow more solid facts relating thereto. Thesj facts nro from tho report of Gonor.il Humphreys and bear directly on tho ef fect of outlets. On pago 420 ho says : "Tho conclusion is Incvltablo that so far as tho river itself Is concerned thoy aro of thogieatcst utility. Tow practical prob lems admit of so positive a solution.'' On pago 122 ho says: "Thcro can, thorcforo, lo no doubt that by making two levees from tho river to tho lako Iiorgno, and cutting tho Mississippi Jcvco between them, n high-water outlet of any dimensions can bo mado. Such tin out let would bo of utility In reducing tho height of floods for many miles abovo and below." On pago 427 ho says : "Tho dlstanco from tho river to tho lako Iiorgno is Gl miles. Tho fall betweon the high-water surface of tho river and tho lako is 13 feet. Tho velocity of tho curront would undoubtedly bo sufficient to opou tho channel to tho first clay bed, at what ever dlstanco it might ho found." On pago 1 128, In speaking of tho lovco ej stem, ho says that it has never yet bcon fully tested, Inasmuch as crevasses havo al ways rclloved tho river of largo volumes of water in great food years, nnd havo thus materially rcducol tho high-water lovcl. That if outlets aro to bo used, Lako Iiorgno a tho placo to try them. In tho faco of all theso facts the several members of tho Itivcr Commission havo stated bcioro Congressional committees that outlets, such as tho Lako Iiorgno outlet, would not lower tho flood-lino of tho river 1 It Is truo that General Humphroys points ont objections to what ho calls outlots. Theso objections, however, ouly apply to crevasses which overflow tlio couutry, and not to such an outlet as that at Lako Iiorgno u ould bo, which lowors tho flood lino of tho river, drains tho country by dis charging tho surplus waters directly Into tho gulf, harming no ono. Wo are satisfied that tho only way Con gress can, or over will, get at tlio truth, officially, Is through and by a committee of lis own members. Tho men who should go on that committee should not only ho prac tical men representing a constituency di rectly Interested, but llko Ciesar's wlfo, they should bo abovo suspicion. Thcro aro such men, nnd only such should bo ap pointed. After tho charges that havo been, mado of sogrnon character, and by men so welt known nnd responsible, nnd considering that tho interests involved nro so import ant, not only to tho pcoplo of tho valley of tho Mississippi, but to all tho taxpayers and to tho commercial Interests of tho wholo country, wo arc at n loss toscohow thcro can ho n slnglo objection1 lo tho ap pointment of such n committee. Hummer Clollilmr or Slcn nml Women. llotton Journal. Men may talk about tho absurdltlos and dis comforts of fomlnlno dress as much as thoy plcneo nnd It pleases somo ot them to do so a great deal but when warm weather comes tho women havo an opportunity to tako tholr .Innings In this lltllo gamo nnd makonnoror- helming score. Achamplon of man's superior common seuso can receive no grottor sot-back than aslroll along tho street otn. July morning nnd observing thenpiionranco and notions ot tho clirrcront sexes in their prosont habllmnents. Hero, lor Instance, comes along n man, wlih a tall, still hat on his head, n tall, Mirr collar around his neck, a slimy slarchod shirt-bosom covering bis breast, Btltl curia on his wrists, woolen coat, vost, nud trousers upon tho por tions ot his nnntomy ndnplml therounto, por splrntlon nnd dust upon his brow, nnd pro fanity In his thoughts, Behind him comes n cloud of muslin and tulle, a broad brlmmod lint of light, perforated straw, n mass ot soml diaphanous loco from which two baro nrms and cno ditto neck appear, nnd between tho hat nnd tho lacon woman's faco Is soon, cool, complaisant, wholly comfortable, thank you, unknowing porsplratlou, Innocent ot dust, al together satisfactory to behold. A Islon of this fort rankes amends for all tho outrages ot tho ntcr hats In tho winter, nnd for onco gtves man n pnng of envy Hint ho nlso Is not tiormlttod to woar lomfortablo garments lu midsummer. -- Imlii-ifrlnl i:liica(lon. At Bnrntegn, N. V., tho American Inellluto ot Instruction yostordny heard n roport on Industrial education, In which thooplulon la expressed that thero should bo Incorporated In tho Present schemes for oducntlon broader tiroi lsfons for Imparting to youth elements ot knowlcdgo nnd skill roqulrod In Industrlil nrls. not nlono for tho dovolopmcnt ot thoso arts, but nlsons part of a general systom ot public education, having for Its nbjoct tho training for citizenship through tbn normal development ot Individual power. Thoy sug gest that tho pcrceptlvo faculty lu regard to color, form, proportion, etc., should bo moro Inrgoly cultHntoU, and moro thorough Instruc tion In chemical and physical sciences and In drawing bo glten. Miifclc nt tlio Wlilto Ifoitw (JroiincN. The nttendanco at tho Whtto Hou6o grounds on Haturday afternoon Is becoming large, and many of our best pcoplo aro rccognlzod among tho throng. Tho cxqulslto mtlslo of tho Ma rino Hand, under tho leadership ot Mr. John lhlllp fcoticn, Is tho attraction. Tho pro grnmrao for this nftornoon Is ns follows: March, "Second Iteglmont," Roovos; ovorturo, fjucc n cf Spades," Suppo: song, "St. Agnes Ec,"Bulllvnnswult7, 'Tho Hussars," Hart mnnn; grand fantasia, "OlroHn airolle," Lccocijs caprice, "Tho Original Turkish Pit trol," dctry; collocation, "International Con gress," Bousa. Crimp nt Nirlni;iiclil, Mil. 7 To day n camp moctlng, conducted on tho old'tlmo principle, bognu on tho grounds ot Abraham Nichols, at tiprlngflold, Md., about four miles from this city- Tho camp cm bo reached by way of Unlontown, where conoy nncos will bo In waiting. Tho camp Is to con tlnuo ten days. Including to-day. Tho man agers aro Ho s.John Johnson,Charlos Nichols, II. Primrose, James Oroy, Thomas Cophus, O. W.Cole, William Goutt, Abram Nichols. 1S3V. r. M. Hamilton Is tho presiding elder. I.Kernry .Voir. "Sketches from Texas Sittings" (Illus trated)! Is tho tltlo ot a book now In press and containing moro than ono hundred ot tho original humorous sketches wrltton by "Tho Sifters" (Sweet k Knox), and publlshod In 'Jtiai Slftliigf, togclhor with somo Bkotchos nover boforo published, lho book will bo pro fusely illustrated and will bo sold at fifty cents a copy. . Droimy nml ltlicumntWin. Dropsical and rheumatic persons find tho use of Bpeer's port grnpo wine, ot Now Jorooy, ot lncalculablo bonofit. Its purity and valua- blo properties ha o given ltawldoroputatlon among physicians throughout this country nnd Lurope. This wlno took tho hlghost pre mium at tho into Conlonnlnl. it Is excellont lor wenry nnd debilitated females, and usod by tho Lest families In New York ns an oven lag family wlno, Tor salo by druggists and grocers. A National education Assembly will bo hold nt Oecnn (lio o on August 8 and 0 for tho pur- ip&o oi fiumuiaung anu uirccuug puono opin on In aid ot popularcducatton. It Isoxpoctod that Trcsldont Arthur and sovoral mombors of hlscablnot will nttond ouo or moro ot tho serslons. Commlsslonor Haton will tnako tho opening address, and tho closing sosslon on tho evening ot August 0 will bo dovotod to a consideration of methods ot rollet proposed la Congress and olsowhore, Senator Hlalr, ot New Hampshire, making tho principal ad dress, "Alilcrncy I)nlry Wngoiw." Frosh Aldcrnoy Buttor, churned evory morn ing nnd delivered In ty.lts. Ward " prints, -lOc.' per lb. Also, cottage chooso, buttermilk and swoet milk, 6c. por qt. Cronm inc. pint. TAItKANT'rl HV.l.f.T.tt. AIT.IUKNT. THE SIAN WHO TOLD TnEDOCTORTIIAT "HE l'ELT AB IP HE DIDN'T WANT 10 DO ANYTHING" WAS ACCUSED Or LAZINESS, YET THOUSANDS EXPERIENCE THIS rEELINa-EHPECIALLY IN SUJISIER-IN CONSEQUENCE OP A DISORDERED CON. DIT10N Or THE STOMACH, WniCII A FEW REFRESHING DRAUGHTS Or TARRANT'S .SELTZER AT-ERIENT WOULD BE SURE TO REMEDY. ISOLD BY ALT. DllUfi GISTS. Jrll TiiTh.tfrat The rullle u requested carefully to notice the neto and enlarged hchemc to be drateii Monthlu. FVOAI'ITATj I'llIZU, 875,000.X3 TRUcts only 5. Hlinres In proiiortlon. Louisiana State Lottery Company. Incorporated In 1869 for 2 years by the Leslsla litre for Educational and Charitable purposes wltlin ranlial of fl.000,000 to which a reserve fund of tUo.OOD has since been added, By an overwhelming popular voto Its franchise wasuiaacn part oi in i present statu constttu. t'on adopted Decembers ontcd December Sd. A. I).. 18711. 2he only iAttery ever voted on autl tndorjfii by thepcojiit of anu Mate, H never tcalet or poitjionei. Iti Ornuil Slncle Niimljor DrnwlUffS tuke ilace Montlilyi A 8M.KNU1U tllTOHTUNITYTO WIN A 1'OHTUNK. SEVENTH QRAND DRAWINO, CLABS II, AT NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 188-117th Monthly Drawing, Look nt the follow hie; Scheme under tho oxcluslvo supervision and management ot Oeu. O. T. IlEATJItEdAltl) or Lu., and lieu. JUHAL A. EARLY of Vll who manago nil tnodrawlngsot this Company, both orilluiiry snd soml. iiiinuul. and attest tho correctness ot tho publlshoil oniclal Lists, CAI'ITAL l'KIZi:, 875,000. 100,000 Tlclictunt I'lvoDoIlnrN I'.iich. 1'riicllonH, iu 1'lflliH, lu proportion. list of rmzi. 1 CAPITAL PRIZE i75,0Q0 1 do do :i,ou 1 do do 1 10 0.M 2 FRIZES OF lilOOO 12.010 5 do 20U) m 10,0m) 10 do 100U W.H-") CO do fiU) lO.UUJ 110 do 'JO. 20.001) :m do nu now no do m 31 on 110 do 1 3,000 jtrntoxiMATioN rittztj. 0 Api.rolmallon Prizes of ;w.. ..... ...... 1.TW u do do aw 4,o 0 du do 130 2,IM iioi Prises, amountlnc to 2a.wa Application for rales to clubs should he made only to tho oftlco of lho Cuiupauy In Now Or leinis. Var further Information wrlto elcarly, eUIns fulladdnss. hend orders by Express, RiftbUnred Letter or Money Order, addressed only to tt. A. IIAUPIII.V, Slew Urleauit I.a. N, II. Orders addrettett to JVu Ol leant wilt Tictict Jirwnjif an(ori, Jyl2w&8 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. idmoiistoa&Go The Lane Increase i I ii h R OUR TRADE lias compelled us to buy Double the Stock Our Doublo Store Will Not Hold Them UNLESS wi: IN OIIDKU TO 1)0 TltlB WE OlTEIl Special Inducements TO BUYERS. m 0 OTJB OOODS Sew and Stylish OTJTK- PEICBS duality of Onr Goods, H AND YOU WILL BTT-5T OF XJS 1339 & 1341 F ST. Onr Store Closes at 7 P.M. Except Saturday. IN GLASS. B. W. EEED'S SOIS xsiC F Street Northwest. TEADE SUPPLIED. yi3 The Dispatch Parcel Delivery Co. WILL DELIVER Parcels, PadcagGs, Bundles, Letters, Etc., to any part of tho city, promptly and accurately PIVB CB2STTS Each. Monthly Rates for Store Delivery. Will call at Stores every two hours. MARKET BASKETS LEFT AT STAND 105, CEIsTER MARKET. will be promptly and safely delivered. All articles entrusted to our Delivery will ho faithfully and honestly attended to. MconraoK&soM orrn:i:, 307 seventh st. n. tv. Jut! EDUCATIONAL. PBNOERIAN BUSINESS OOLLEOD, OOH. I Otband DBts. n, w., occupies the 2d floor of ncoln Hall Building. Completo In Its arrange rncnts for training ions and daughters tor real life. (Iruduatlon exercises held last of May. Novaca tton. btudenis received every month lu the year for Instruction, day or evening, by tho month or luarter. boring and bumiucr ttcgMon give stu ts opportunity for bust new Ulon Rtren at the col lego t UbVUnVIt Pslnnlnnl trnlntnc Full In tor rant I nrtlrA. IfVNIlYtL Hf-KNfiKW. Prinrloftl. HA It A A.BPKNOWU. View-Principal. my!8 QHSEY HOUSE, EUROPEAN PLAN. Cort llroadway and Twentynlntli Bt. NKW YORK CITY. JAMES U. RRESLIN A BROTHER, Proprietors. jxisrrrTjsr Or. Wall Painting and Oaloimining, MARBLING AND GRAINING. REPENCILINO TRONTM A SPECIALTY Oood TCOrkinanshlp, pure material and mod erato prices. 0. MA0NI0H0L, 4IB10TH BT. N, W., NEXT OAB OFl'ICE. myCT W. H. VBBRHOrT, Dealer in Walt Papers, window Hhadea, Picture Frames, lMetnres, tc. n I It BEVKNTU bTRKOT NORTHWEST. -rtrnv NOT IIAVlf YOUR rURNirURK V Repaired and Mattresses Renovated hy RODY & hONT for they are araonir lho best repairers In tlio D. O. Come, Come all and elve us a eall, All orders promptly attended to hy JOHN EC. 330D"5cT ft BON, mylCir 1)1 I HIST HT. N. W. S. N. MEYER, P33 BGVEMTH BT. N. V., BKT. I AND K, Headquarters for GILT & 8ILYBR TRIMMINGS RIW ALIAS AND UAEOEfi Mo.1. UiOrdor JAMES H. MoOILL, DEALER IN BUILDING SUPPLIES, No, 1121 New York Ave., near Treasury, Mural Mineral Water, t GOODS We are Offe nc Superior Quality of G-ATJZE JBDEEYBSTS, In Lon and Half Sleeves, ron ladies and Gentlemen, AT 25, 37 ana 50c. per Garment, To wblch wclnvltc Special Attention. By 1ENNA. AVE. SPEOIil BAMAIHS. DR1? GOODS. TRMSEL & GLARE, ' 803 MARKET HPACK. Ilnve Marked D&wh Tricon In nil Pepflrtmeiits In order to rrttaco Htock prior to removalto their Is'cw JlullrtlDg iiiw-In course ot erection " Geo uluo UarRQtnB.') All tifTnnli4nnftt nf T1IIV fltlODHiirft Invited. to look nt tktrUtock nnd compare prices nnd qutllltlcfl. "ONE PRICE "ONLY." .TBUNNBL & CLAM, 8 Ri IS AI1KET BrACE. PABASOLS, Sun Umbrellas, Silk, Satin, India Linen and Laces BELOW COST TO CLOSE. J.E. TsroTxrxro-, T30 AND7IS7TIIST.. RET. 0. AND n. HGUKED FKENOH SATINES. TYLER & OHEWNING, Jyll 018 BEVENTII ST.NORTnWEST. . BUY YOUR Linen Damaske, Napkins and Towels of LUTTRELL & WINE, 30TH HT. AND TENNA. AVU!. my SUMMER rR-3Z- GOODS. L. BEHREND'S BALTIMORE! CASH STORE, No. DOS SEVENTH, ST. N. W.. SUMMER GOODS Relng closed out at greatly rcdnecd prices, at tho popular Dry and Fancy Uoods more of WM. It. RIT.KT. RILEY BUILDINO, CORNER NINTH AlJDK HTREKTB N. W. JU2J GEO'. F. HARBIN, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &c. OILCLOTHS AND MATTINGS, 819 rennsyhaula arc b. e., Cnpltol Hill. my20 GUIKNIP, DAT & CO., SILSZS, 80. S33 AND S84 SEVENTH BT. N. W. East Washington Advertisements. cool wxk,I3Stk:s3 bolt Crabs, Turtlo Soup. Clam Clionder. Liixu rleslnfoeason. Rest Liquors. JOB PLATZ. J 11 310 r-ENNA. AVE., CAriTOLniLL. Goods Tickled TAmb Tonuues, White Clover Honey Bardlnes, Totted (loods, Lobsters, iCc, H 1 crHprav, SUnnesota process Hour; best In city; 2.43 U bbl. P. Kills, TUIrd and A sts. s. o. Jy8 QTEINLE'S ICB CREAM NEEDS NO PRAISB. Its rcuututlon Is general. Parties, families and dealers supplied. 1 hoso ordering for Sunday will Eleaso order Saturday or bcioro li m. Sunday, holco confections and calces. No. 119 Pa. ave., Capllol Hill. Ju9 ONE HANDSOME PLAQUE OR PALETTE With Ten Soda Water Tickets, for SO cents, at F. 2C. DOOLETT'S, RIALTO SODA TOUNTAIN, Corner Third St. and Penna. ave.. Capitol Hill. .'Orp A TO OP.TH.E EAST." A FANOY O X XxXii family Uour. makes beautiful bread; uaJli bbl. Vlralnla family, 11.03 jjbbl; a eood hour for a small price; try a few lbs. at 4c. per lbat JOHN T. D. PYLEd, Cash Utorcs, il'4 4th st. s. e., and s:io Cth st. s. e. jot ice ajsjjsc. TnE REST I ALL FLAVORS. THE JtXCI-LSIOR MANUFACTURING CO., U03 PA. AVE., CAPITOL HILL. Families and the trade promptly supplied. mySO GIVEN AWAY. China. Crockery and jdwwwure to purchasers ot Tpo. nnd Coffee, j.iiiJi,uriiir. liiv tu. ilea rront,cor.4thandra. ave. east. Host Old Gov ernmeiu ja a. ac yiounu. mylO 531.25 tabGeT riFlE! For Target Practlco Indoors and ont :nellentfor llnntltiir and Ifllllntr liAta Cats, Bqnlrrels etc. olielensosan utrRunl Will ... . .. ,...iia Alt, nr tnr.. .. JZ. ... . DIIUUI U nunc, ui wnitww ice. ruu Ulu ue !!! atantly changed so as to he as harmless as a toy gunl just the weapon for Ladles and aenui to Practice Target Hhootlngl It Is better than "GATTLING GUN" on a "KENTUCKY RIFLE" ore a Boy's use! Entire length, S3 Inches. Flva Htel-polnted Arrows, Iiullets. Targets, etc., freo. Price, complete, by mall, tl.vs. O'MEAM'S Fishing Tackle Depot, 1347 1'Hi Ato., Washington, D. C. N. I.-We are Manulocturera' agent and supply the trade at low rates. apS EG!n0AfIsY, Clothier and Tailor, 507 Seventh Bt, Northwest. MAY BUILDING, OPPO. U.B. TOST OFFICE SHIRTS I SHIRTS! SHIRTS I AOoodHlilrtror We. A Imvoll Khlrt for C50.I finished, 7ta AWamsutta Bhlrt for76ci finished, fAi. A Plaited Bosom Bhlrt for 65c: llnlshed, tl, Bhlrta to order a specially. Batlsfuctlou Kuarana teed, at H. ll.ELLERY&CO.'B, afl No. U1ZF si met northwest. IKIEEFS SHIRTS, 417 SEVENTH BT. NORTHWEST. 0. P. BURDETTE, Solo Agent. D GaiZuliuurwear. FOR SALE AND RENT. nrJAIiOSTATQ DUIXBT1N tiios. e. WAaaAMArr, oir r trt. (llisiiso mado Wednesdays and Batnrdaja), TUREE-STOnY HIIIOK AND FJIAME lIOUHta I'Oll BALK. SJV831 C el. . c., inoil. Imp .' ra. cacl 1I.OV) 1TO C'oliimblft at n w, inoil liu, 8 rs 3 l 2-Rul 21 at n w. moil Ihi, I) rs - J.'") so? N I'np si, moil I in, n w, lo rs - Vm an N t it w, moil 1m, 7 rs 8. .10-1 Utli stn w, mod Im. u rs - .- n.120 l&tf Columbia st, mod Itn, 8 rs, it w 8,i)m) IKttltc, mod (m, 11) rs 3! 40 I st n c, mod lm, 8 rs 2.v tM K tt s w, mod 1m, 12 rs 2.' TVOBTOHY IIIIICK AND FRAME 110U3Ea FOR BALK. 112 Kst n c. rrnr. f h, Srs . an Knliatar.rii.moillm.Trs... - l,soo r.il ji stn c.f li, mod lm,7rs j,wo en. ci 1 1st t w, f li, rs -... loo fJt.BMClh at nw, fli.ors 1.800 ni istli at n w.fli, moil lin, o rs fm N. J. nvc, bet r and (I n w, fli, mod lm lrio Kll I,',tli st n w, mod lm, b h, 0 rs I A" i no :cih st n w, li h. mod lm, o rs I ,xi 1 stables In rear 1730 1. Bt...... 1KU UNIMPROVED TROPERTV FOR BALK. , , l'er l'oot. Ramson st. bet rtli nnd IGth n w o Lst.liet 21st nnd 2-Jilstsn w, 8"o .nil) st, net j; anu r sis n w K Cnii st, bet 1 nnd n sis li w....H 1' st, bet 21st nnd 22d..... Vt n o nml W si. loth st, bet H. Car nvo nnd O st fl o..... I) St. bet 1st nnd 2d sts s c I. at. bf 1. 20lli anil 21st sts n w ..TOO ..IOC . )0 . . .300 .X)i . 2.V) lion ard University Grounds ric HOUSES FOR RKNT. . Rent. 8X1 0 st, mod lm, tnrnlslied, n w, 10 rs 1 1TS ( Tin 71b st n w, mol lm. 17 rs...... 17 00 Du71lstn w.tnodlmrs...... 4101 131111st a w, modlm.Ors 4101 719 mill st n w, mod lm, 7 rs 31 o) 4(i(l Mass nvo n w, moil lm, 8 rs !l) 00 81V II st n w, moil lm, 7 rs -. 30 no 1H11 I2tli st, mod lm, 0 rs 1) CO 13i.l-l.ll5V st n w. mod lm. ors lli'i 3038 1' st (leorsctnn it, mod lm, 0 rs 18 uo tro, 811, eiili, 813, tnii 7th st s w,modlin, 0 rs .. 10 CO omens. Vernon Row, room 3, Janitor M CO Room EI, Jnnltor 10 id Room GJnnllor 12 00 8.10 4Ji si, basement, Jnnltor 11 ) rsixj 4'i st, 1st Iloor.Janlior IS oo Btnrket Hpnce, Room 0.... S 00 t0 V st, room 6... M 0 oo 013 Ttli st, room 10, Janitor 3 00 LOANB In sums to salt at 0 per cent. The above Is only n omall portion of property on my dooks, i or inn list can ut oiuceior uuni tins Issued on 1st and 13th Jy" BOOKSTAND STATIONERJ. New Law and Miscellaneous Books Mornwetz on rrlvate Corporations; fl. r-Wifiiilpr fin 1 1n film tkI ami Wlfp: S. ii ii iJiccRioi nro jnsuronco uecisioui, -jvois j fi.w. rieron inianryana uoveriurp.xa rcrcs. by Airs, Alexander; fl, Mriiiev Mnblnc fur Jtiidlpft' OOc. flCP. IJV IjUCV J. lillilVl M Physical Kducatlon, by Oiwold; fl. Tlieltralnandltsrnnctlons.by J. Xiiiys; (1.S0. History of Ancient Egypt, 2 vols., by Prof. Kavv HnKon: IA. Bclencpand Cultnre.by Prof. ITuxIeyj (1.80. i no larecsi biock or cuuionery in oc oxc3 lathe city. W. H. MORRISON, Law Jlookscllor and Stationer, 475 Tennn. ave. n w. myll BOOKS. Fancy and Mercantile Stationery. LOOK AT OUR 35e. ROX Or FAl'KIl AND . ENVELOl-EM, DECKER & CO., 1111 P STREET NORTHWEST. c. o. 3?tt:b,s:bIjIj, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, Wholesale and Retail. apH 4 NINTH BfREET NORTHWEST. BOOKS Oe STATIONBRTT C24 SEVENTH BTREET N. W. mr2 WOOD AND COAL. J. M WHEATLEY, Wholcsalo and Retail Dealer In Best Qualltlos Anthracite and Bit uminous Coal, Pino, Oak and Hickory Wood, Builders' and Contractors'SuppIlea Sole Agent for tho Nowborg, N.Y., Plaster, and the Cumberland, Md., Hydraulic Cement. Fair Prices and Satisfaction Guaranteed. OPPIOE AND YARD, Cor. Ind. Ave,. Second nnd O gts. X. TV, GROCERIES. SCHWEITZER'S COOOATINA JI.ONDON.l Van Houten's Pure Soluble Cocoa, (WEESP, HOLLAND.) 3ST. -0V. BUROHELL, )ll i:i:ij V Hlltl.T.r. H. IH-VEKTO- BOWIE. Dealer in riNK FAMILY (illociiHIta.Teas, Wines, Ltqnors and Table Luxuries, COH. 8EVKNT1I AND I BTKKKTH IT, W. "W. II. II. ClbSKL. 101 i SEVENTH BTREET NORTHWEST, fim: mtocKKiiM ani i.ntnouk. IIAIUIOUIt A HAMILTON, Wholesale PLOUR.WINEANDOROOERY MEROIIANTS 0S7 es. 041 Louisiana Avenue. jezs HATS AND UMBRELLAS. Broad Brim Straw Hats AND DUNLAFS NEW YORK HATS, AT WILLETT & RUOFP'S, lulS 005 TENNA- AVE. SPRING HATS. Pearl Casslmcres and Pearl Dcrbys. Comploto Stock of STRAW HATS Tor Gentlemen, Youths and Children. STINEMETZ'S, HATTER, apl7 1H7 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. SIGMUNH & GOLDMAN. STRAW OPENINO. All tho Latest Htyles. 430 Keventh Htrcet Northweit. BOOTS AND SHOES. VVVVVV'VVVVVVVVVVVVVrVVVVVV'VVVVVN'VVV Ono Prico Shoe Storo. A. L. HAZELTON, 423SEVENTU8T., Unfler Oda-followB' Hall. L. HEILBRUN'S SHOE HOUSE, 402 BEVKNTH BTREET NORTHWESTi Blgn of "The Old Woman lo Window." TRY WM. HAHN'S RELIABLE8HOES AND SLIPPERS 810 Seventh Htreet and 1022 Fenn. ave. WILL SOON BEMOVE. K. KNEESSI, now temporarily at No. Mol) BT.N.W.. will shortly remove to No. 42S. 7TH HT NEXT 'IO ODD-rELLOWS' HALL, pre vious to which he offers his largo stock, ol Trunks, Ladies' and Gent's Traveling Bags, Pocket Books, Harness, BAIIBEIS, WI1IPS D ROUSE OOODS, AT IS PER CENT. DISCOUNT. This affords n favorable opportunity to ectflne goods at low prices. IE- 3ECUTBBSSI, myll 030 D BTREET NORTHWEST. T. Xj. "V7"OIjE3 3C. X-3 DENTIST, 13111 FHTRKET NORTH WEST. SAMUEL S. SHEDD, 109 NINTH STREET NORTnWRsT. flordcn Hose, Lann f-prlnklers, Oas fctoves, Ovens. Urollers, etc.. hlato Mantels. Oas ruinreo, Ijttrobes, Rant-eB, I'urnacca, riumblnc and 'lin- GEO. WILLNEE, Has lu stock aloll line of Oarpetlngs, all tradM Oilcloths, Cocoa and Straw Mattings. Also, latest styles In Woll l'uper, Window Shades and Curtain Ooods. iJice aud Uauze Net Mowiulto Cauople. W'r Window and Door Bcreens. prlcee Low. GEOKQE -WXX.I.ITEIXC NO. -tao NINTH BTR1UCT NORTHWEST Advertisements ofThreo lines under this hend Inserted 8 times for 23 cents. A HAM' nurv s ntrAxni-ron tikxt a mm. eery and liquor store, with fixtures, Icebox, rtn.. In tlm first uard: nlso. n llvfrrnom brink li lite iirvi iihi liouno In (leorRetown, itppiy at fio. iix.1 iirpen Jylllt' ueiirReloivn. TTIOR RHNT-LAROn COUNTRV HOUSE; J' nbundnnt shnde: near rnllrond station; sin bllntr.clc. Inquire of 11 M. Hack, Crltlo onico. jiilO-ct fOIl lti:NT-(12t MASS. AVE. N. 11, AND SahIa1 IfltlS tvrttAP jl' no, 19 juKiuii si. n. till V. Tuill'IIUI JllUt TH'Wf rm. rangoana oam; it iitiiKU nnu uuuit uuui iuiini in tiM uiuv Btid pood n oluh ijor hood. Tlios. W. HmlUi, J .11 mi Bnipooa n l)pr I)rnlrr( j"" FOR RENT Rooms. InOll llKNT-TWO UNFIIItMIBItni) 1'AIV ! lors for lioufiekceplngi Kouiliern exposure; modern Improvements. Also two other rooms; prices rcnnoimblc. Apply nt No. 1115 K st. n, w " JylMU I7on iu:nt-two rooms, buitaiilk tor I housekeeping or drewmaker or tailor: no children; terms reason Able, Apply nt 312 O nt. n.e. jylMt 17011 IIISNT-llOOMB AT 422 FIFTH BT. JU it. w.. nt tumtuer prices, Willi or wlthoat board. Jrll 31 TCon kent-la nan cool. iuhni8Hkd 1 or unfurnished rooms, wllh or without board: UrROMdo vardj wlllsellor hire hontonnd rnrrloRe, four scats, to resnonslblo parties. H. V. coron, nn n st. s.w. )vii-3t V !?on iii:nt T1IHKR UNrunNisiinD rooms over store, for lltrht housekeeDlntr. to 10 1. nn inriies iMinom cimuren; reierenccs rquirca( fl. Urliplherpft'tH. noiithwMt corner Fifth and (f strfelsn.w. jyll 4t 1 ;ion iu:nt-tvo DEsniAnLi: fhont J rooms, 13.17 Kleventh street n. w. Cars of thoBcltLlne pass tlio door. Call and examine: prices reasonable. Jyl3-3t IJ10R RENT- 1'IITH STREET N. W 7 two iilcely.farnlshed rooms on second noon ono on third iloor, modem Improvements, (loot! board In house. Jyll 1t TTlOIl ItKNT-nSH BTREBT N. W HINfll.K O-' orcommunlcntliiK rooms, north ami sotiiu exposure; terms reasonable. Jyll It J MALI. AND I.AROE ROOMS, TAI1I.E board, oppostlu a reservation; convenient tdep. nis ana cars, tm ihih si. n. w. jyiiMn FOR RENT Miscellaneous. .aW I7OJt IlKNT-A WKLL-FUIINISHKIJ Or ' lice, second iloor front, oppoMto tho Treas ury; terms moderate. Address Advertiser, Crltlo onico. JitH FOR SALE Miscellaneous. BARGAINS IN PIANOS nitANU, Bqunre, new piano, yiXfr, Kbony cabinet, up right, Jjo. rosttSAO; two rosewood caso uprlnti, f tiu iiiiu f-ui luur rouiiu vumvr ni.tiaii; yiaii'i. f MO; hmttli orpnn. f5, Overntoeked and mtwt hcM. Worch'B Up'ion n IMano Jtoomn, 11W 10th st. Jy-t ITOn HALn-aABOLlNK FOU VAPOU Rtofs, fruit Jars and Jelllo glavCR, rhoapent In town, at llnys & Co.'s Crockery and House Jurnlshlns more, vrti Bridge street, (leorRCtow n. Jyll ft ANKW AND ItnAUTirUL INVKNTION. C'ellulold Uoor and FIncer Plates made In perfect imitation of tortoise shell, ebony, lvorr, malothlte, and ull plain color and various costly maTbtcp, lettered hi old KnRllsh, scrip, and block, with Rold, liver or black letters: ery durable, cheap nnd need no cleaning. Also, doom and transoms numbered at modcrato prices. Wo will he pleased to call and show beautiful samples of thin work t nnvono who will snd us their ad drew ou a postal card, bpeclat attention Riven to road nnd ad erl Istng ulcnn by the ijuautlty. jylJ3t EA,lONimOS.,1910Ustreetn.w. TTton sale on excitanoe appliiton'h jl' cyciopeuia, touna in imir nincey; win sen C'yclopedla, bound In half turkey; will sell cue (in jor cnsn.orw.n excnanRO lornRnod Dreccn- in for cAiii.orutii exenaatro foracood breecn- loadfnK shotgun. 0. 11, tiboultcrs, IA17 Kleventh street n.w. Jyl3 3t IOll SALE 122S 4th ST. N. W TIIltEE- story bay window framo house of 7 rooms; pasnndwater; back and sldo yard with fruit. In quIroHlQcihst.n.w. JyO-lm TnOIt HAI.T5 riANO DAOTYLIONS FOR leurs and artists: In JL? piano players, amateurs dorsed hy prominent pianists and teachers; gives correct position of the hand; saves time, labor. Insures flexibility and rapidity of execution; per palr,f3.C0. Worch's Uptown Piano Rooms, 1133 Tenth M.I lys-3iv I7IOR SALE-A COTTAGE HOUSE WITH eleven acres of ground! good outbuildings nnd excellent water; ou tho 11. Ac P. R. R.; twelve miles from Washington; Immediately at station. Apply at the Crlllnoftlco. Ju21 CARRIAOES. CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES. The cheapest placo In the city to buy New and feccond'hand Carriages and Rusglca ot all kinds. P. D. SCHMIDT'S, ap4 3mo No. 400 pgsxA. Av. FOR BALE 3 FINE HORSES; 1 SUITABLE leracartt will sell cheap. CallattheAlder ney Dairy Depot. SM Third street n. w. doavtf FOR SALE Farms. W'W' ''V'''V'WVW I7on BALK-A. VALUAULI3 TAltM OI ONI! liuiidretl und ntaotv (teres. Hi mllM from ltock Hie, Md.; nil Iraproverueuts, and complete. jWiy to J. w warner, AUQrat'y. Mi jijoiiisinna iivmip. jvll .it PERSONAL. A,VA.vvAAAAAlAvvAAAAAAAAAAAAA TnE WASHINOTON HnNKFICIAf EN dow merit Association Klvcsllfo lusuranco on the assessment or common nciiae plan. OOlce. 111 F st ii w. mylO CONFIDENTIAL ADVICE TREE. ON DE- eloping tho slzo nnd ntrcngth of parut ot the form, male or female. Hent staled. Address Erie. M. Co.. box 611. Ruffalo. N. Y. raya) DISEASES OP THE CIENIIO-URINARY Organs. BIood.Llver, Kidneys. Nerves, Wo men, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Dyspepsia, eta, speed. Ily and permanently eiirca wrlto for advice; book; free. Dr. H. T. Raker, Box 101. BulTiln. N. Y. myB LOST AND FOUND. rvAAAAAAAAAAjAAA A. AAA.AA. uAAAAAAAAAWiV T ost-lahqk, black nevi'oundi.and A J dog, white forefeet, brown stock 1 nip, white brenst and neck; tag No. 1412, chain collar. Lib cral rcwardto the Jlndcr. Address Crltlo otllco. JylS-St I1 OST-AT II. fc O. DErOT, OR EN ItOUTE J to tho Treasury, a roll containing f 16. Lb cral rcu ard If left at Crltlo onice. Jyl4 'Jt T OST-IN THE CRITIC OrFICE, A LARGE Xj black lcathcrpocketbook, contalnlnga num ber of bills and a sum of money, rinder will bo regarded by leaving It at tho Crltlo olllre. jvll SUMMER RESORTS. Fauquier Springs. New Brick Building, with gas and elcctrlo bells The nearest Bummer Resort for Washlngtontans. Donch's Orchestra. Tor terms apply to -,---,- -. X, lJ.Aflc.1 w, .yj., Natonal Hotel, Washington, or at I'auqulcr Springs, Warrenton, Va. HOI POR THE SEASIDEI DEPARTMENTAL CLEUKS. A splendid opportunity for recreation for the Summer Months. A Dellshrul and Commodious Hotel. Newly Itenovatea and Alryltooms. A -tnlendld View of the Ocean. Magnificent Hhndo. Ilshlnfi and CrahblnK within forty feet of tho lint ft. Hnlpmllrt lliitlilncr. BtaRO Rolnff to tho Uench every mom lug and evenluir. For ntlcu- lars.addrtus li t. visa his v. Lewes, Hussex county, Jh20 Delaware. HEATH HOUSE, BCHOOLF.Y'S MOUNTAIN BPRINQS, Morris County, N.J, Opens May 15. The best mountain rCflIb 111 lilt) PlUlVl ilWWW-UlJllVBI V.....M..M. drlest beautiful wenery, bend for circular. J. WARREN COLEMAN. m4-2m At B.& P. Freight Depot, & Sealers In all kinds ot ltjc:m::b:ej:r AND HABD WOODS, Maryland AYenue, near 7th ft, b. w. WASUINaTON.D.C, LIVERY STABLES. A. B. KEYFU J. L. SMITH. i.JZt X .Ct Bs Closo Carriages tor Weddings, Calls and Receri .., ttons. llnardrtii and Livery stable. VYiiu.ru. Hotel Btables, corner Hlh and E sts. U2-JI 1 Jghth Street, bet, I) and E n. w. Close Carriages for Woddings, Calls and Reccp tlons. tioarmog ana Jwivrry wmw. KEOPEHED AND EEOONSTBUOTED I am In my old corner, SEVENTH and D Bra, whrial will oiler Great Inducements In FUUNITUH15, OABJ15TS, &0. Upholstering a Specialty wlt AM8 .17 COR. BKVENTH AND D BTREKTS. D UMR I1ELIA DUMR BEI.LS. niiaTtoKlln tlm f:ltv. For Snle by f. BCHNI-.IDER A BON, Jtnna. ave. and 16Ui st myU FREE ADVERTISING. Adrtrtiicmmh under ihtheatl of'SUuatlcnil Wantat" anil " Help Wanted" telll hereafter lo inserted ii TheEvknino Cr.tTIO thret times FREE. Wt invilt our frliivli vAtUng tituatlont or help to ordlj thcmtelteiof thli offer. Antweri directed in tare of Cr.ITIO Office Kill receive careful attention. Buiincst adrertUcmentl three Unci three timet for Vi els WANTED Help Female. WANTKI) - riliaT-C'LAHS COOK! ALSO, chambermaid; both to wash and iron; call hetn ecu Tour and mo ou Monday, nt 1110 .Mass. nvc. Jvii WANTnD A FIRHT.CIiAHS COOK, TO cook nnd do gcncrnl housework for astnatt ramllyl BOOd wanes. Apply nt 310 Ulu St. n. w. None hut first rlass lieeilnpply. JylS TTITANTED-AN IIONIST WIIITH (IIIIL. 10 TV or 12 years old, to wait on n widow lady; references required. 7.18 10th st. n. w. Ji m WANTED-A WHITE GIRL FOR GEN cral housework; recommendations re quired. Apply 418 Bprnce st , 1.0 Droit I'nrk. Jyll TTITANTED-A WOJIAN TO COOK AND DO V general housework. Apply to B. w. t). rhelps, I'hotoRraph ofllce, Treasury liepartnicnt. Jyi TT ANTKD-A OIRL OR SETTLED WOMAN TV for general housenork In a small prlvato family of adults; must be n good wasber anil lroner,and como well recommended. Apply to 17M N. Y. n e. Jyll at WANTED-A VIRST-CLASS rook nt 107 It st. n. w. WOMAN JyH XrANTED-AT 310 lllll St.. A riR8T.CI.A8S TV cook; good wnges; nonobut flrst-clnss need apply. JylMt TTANTED-AN INDUSTRIOUS CO 1,0 It RD VV woman, or a man and wife, lo go In tho country; n good homo to the right partu ntNo.IMlr.lh H.n.w. lies. t;rtii JVII WANTED-A WHITE WOMAN TO COOK and assist In general housework. Apply at once nt 710 11 street n. w. Jyll TTrANTIn-8KIlv'ANT von ClISXimAlj VV housework in small family: denlrablniilnco with good waaes; references required. 1318 Itlirir Slrert.het.nili nnd 14th sts. Jvl2-u WANTED Help Male. "TTTNTE1)-A NKAT, TIDY BOY TO OO VV errands and do neat work. Call at once; must brine best of reference', none other need nn ply. MIX (lal. n.w. Jyll JVANTED--Situations Female, XTT-ANTFD-A SITUATION Ts CItAMItKIU VV maid, wsltnssor nurse, by a competent nnd honest colored girl, Rood reference. Apnty nt 427 (l st. n.w. jvn "TT7-ANTKI) - BY A WIDOW LADY, A VV place as housekeeper In n hotel or prlvato family; no objection to Kolng away; has hadex tenshe experience. nnd can Rtvn recoairnenda tlons. Address L U.X., Crltlo nfllra. lyll W ANTKD-BY A COMPETENT WOMAN, nsliuatlonns sick nurse; can como welt recommended; terms reasonable: willing to ro out of tho city. Address Nurse, Crltlo ofllce. Jylft XXrANl EP-BY A BESPEOTABLE COL- TT orul Rlrl.a slluatlnn as a clian.beraiald. I'lease call or address to 10 U 4th st. n. w. Jr "TTTANTHD-nV A WIDOW, WHO IS IN TT need, a place to do eti amber work an 1 sen liicr, or to tako rare or a w alklnic child: under stnndH rnt line and Utlne l&dlen' and child re u'n Bultsofall klndi. Would work for Rdretamaker, or do housework and lielplnnewintr: no cooking. Add rem at onco Haitlmorc, Crltlo olllcf. JyH WANTBDAYOUNOLAl)VWOULDLXKi: ft position as tracer of mechanical or nrchl toctnral drawings, AaarcsaAiisi Kccic,it9 Kixtn lyll St.. a. o. XTTANTrD-nY A ltESrKOTABLK WIIITK W clrl.nRltuallonns chnmhermald or houaa- keeper; can pi vp best of city reference. Addrcni MluU.. Critic oRlce. Jyia t7"anti:d-iiy. a hettlhd womait, IT as situation In a. ChrUtlan fiimllv whrrn 10 would bare the prUlleco of Jolnlnc In tho dally prayers; can do tfrneral homework, cook. waali, Iron and sew. &0 Delaw are avenue. jyia TrrANTED-BY A YOUNQ WHITE WO- TV mnH.aliomowIth some small faintly; lin Rood plain cook and can do llsht homo work; good references. Address Annlo. Crltlo ofllce. JylJ TTTANTIID-IIY A COMPETENT YOUNG n. a httimtlon as nnrso nnd VV white woman, seamstrciis. Address It. V. 1 Crltlo olllce jyl2 irANTKD-A SITUATION AS CIIAMBEU- maid nnd waitress; can Klve city referonco from last place; no objection to leavo the city. Addrrww M. (I.. Crltln nillpo. JylMt "Vl7ANTEn-A POSITION IN A OUOCEItY TT storo by ajounc man 20 year j of aice; four years' experience; cood references, Addres3 J). W. 11, Critic olllce. JyH WANTED-BY A YOUNQ MAN Or ABIL Ity and Intellect, a situation In somo oftlco or sioie; is wnimd io mauo nimseii genorany nw ful. Address J. A.U.,CrlHc olllco. Jyl5 T7-ANTED-BY A COLORED MAN, GOOD tt cook, a placo to go away or In tho city. rlrst cla&s In c cry. respect. Address II,, Crltlo ofllce. JyH TTANTED-BY AN ACTIVE BOY, A V plncoInftBtoroor ofllce. Addrcsi II. AV., 713111hBt.n.w. Jyll TTr-ANTEU-AN ACTIVIi BOY OP FOUR V teen would llko lomethtnrr to do; refiT- ences gUcn. Address T Critic oilli jyi TirANTi;D.-A YOUNO MAN, 19 YEARS OP VV ase, who has had threo jears' epcrlencn at tho printing dubIiicsh, Mould llko n position where he could Jlulali hln trade. Addrtru WIN llam. Critic onice. lyll TTANTED-A BITUATION MY A MIDDLE VV agedwhtiQ man as driver ol milk or ba ker's wagon; haa had experience In milk busi ness; will provo useAil, Address M. A, C, Crltlo ofllce. JyU TTrANTED.-A YOUTH OP SEVENTEEN V desires tho placo ot book-keeper or cleric Inn Btoro or olllce. References given. Address J. 1'. M., aooy M street, WK Washliuton, V. C. J JW3 Wanted-employmi;nt as cleuk in hotel or salesmun In store, or In any ca pacity where tho services of a first-class man of Rtrlctly temperate habits and thorough reliability Is needed; no objection to travel. Address A. 11. M. P., Washington post olllco. Jyl3 WANTED.-A YOUNQ COLORED MAN w ants a situation as waiter; can elvo refer ences. Apply at lwi M street n. w. Jyl3 !& ANTED-BY A DOY, 11 YEARS OLD, A miubuoii in a biotp or uiuce. Auuress i. tieorgetown r oh t ofllce. yl. WANTED Miscellaneous. "YirANTED-TO BUY ON TIIE INSTAIi. V ment plan, tho regular monthly payments to apply ton ard tho prico agreed upon, and pos session eheu on Urst payment, and all paid, for felted aud premises given upln default ol prompt payment, a Rood buck house, with hall and (MO rooms, In a respectable and healthy location; good yard and vatcr. Address, slating location , and number, prico monthly payments required, etc No attention paid to answers without dctnlln. House, Crltlo olllce. lyisst TTTANTED TWENTY OOOI) nORSES W and carts on tho fourth section or tho Ronndary strict sener; Maccst&24 per day. Ap ply ot M and Ronndary sts, Jyll.lt WANTED-RY A COMPETENT DRESS maker.a fewmoro encasements by tho day orvtcekigood cutter and Iliter: also, operator; terms reasonable. Address M. H., crltlo olllce. jr TirANTED-TO BUY A l'RAME HOUHETO, W bo removed. Apply to Charles Medfordl Sow Flghth street ii. w. lylJ-3t Trt-rANTED-rlVM HUNDRED TV and gentlemen to drlnlc sodn water at I'rentlss', Be enth nnd li1 sts. Jyl2 8t XTTANTED-A FEW HORSES TO V ASTURE. VV Inciulro at (ihecn's stable, 6J7 U st. 11. w, J, W, llctl, Valrlaud, Montgomery County, Md, ylo-5w BUSINESS CHANCES. TTrAraD-tai.ooi) "'iron two years, ron W which I will glvo IMiX); pnable t00 per moniil. couaivrui.cvuriiyi nuuiui did iuuiic wanted to Improve property and enlarge business. Auoresi i lorisi, i-riiiu ouicv. jy.a-ti -TTTANTED-TO BUY LAND BCRIP. Additional Homestead aalms, bloux Hallbreed Kcrlp, rotlerlleld Warrants, Valentino Bcrln, . , . Rounty Land Warrants, Ac. All of the above Land Bcrlps for sale. Address or call on W.o. Hill, roomlS.Bt. Cloud Building. Washington, I). O. l"-H A CHANCE FOR HPECULATION-I-OR .J0O i casiiinereis aciiancu.iur i Bii.y r tlonluuhatmay bring loo,ooo. aiiuc, mv2S critio oiuce. BOARDING. MRS. WM. BMITHM UUAllUiPlii.lliiuai-, No.fcM i!st.7cor. Ninth (Riley Rulldlllg) lor regular and trausient rooms, IWo., 75c. niidjl per dayi table board, 1S per month! slnglo mean, 25. JnJj-Jrtf THE LEXINGTON, Comer Flflcenth street and New York avenuo norlhvi est. Vli asaut nnd central location, oppo site I ho 'treasury Jlepartment.andattliejuncllon of threo Ihus of street railroads, permanent aud transient hoarders can now ho accommo datcdMlth pleasant looms. Also tablo hoardnt iiimnicr rales: (20 per month front 1st ol July. liiCT-lm MHH. M. 1. 1 1ILLI1Y. 1-rnprletrisw. FOR EXCHANGE. rrANTED-Te exchange new stove rot old W ones at Boiler's Slovo Exchange, cor. 5 in and K. Smokey chimneys cured or no pay. Steves exchanged for groceries. Old stoves bought. K27