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'ryY,prir;ir."t7!r,TrV"$$P THE EYEHXCsra OBITIO, WASHTTOTOy, P. 0.. TgESDAY, JULY 25, 1882. t , IM i m ? ,.v ? !'t B&' ? ,1 I. K I. r I.V ii THE EVENING 0111T10. Published Bally (Sundns Excepted) ny Tim EvonlnsCrUtoPubllslilnRCompany I11 NINTH BTREET NORTHWESt", WASIIINUTON, I). U. TERMS: HINC1LE COPY a (T.NT-1 JIV CAllHIK.lt, pir Monti :ti cents 11Y MAll, (Postage 1'ald) Ono Year .I..10 II Y MAIbUkMlago l'old) Bli Months . .. 3.21 Mull Subscriptions Invatlably In Adtanco. Attrtnvwi KVEN1NU CRITIC rUHI.tSIHNQ COMPANY. WAMHisriTnv, P. L Entered nt Ilia rostofllce In WnslilnRtoniw sec ond class matter. Tuosday, July 25, 1882. To HniiiHicrliicntccii. Tenons leaving tho city during tlio summor months enn liavo Tun EvEXisra onmo mallod to their addroe", In any locality, for 33 conta per month, or throo months for fl, pnyablo In ndvnnco. tub critiowIU bo found tlio boat medium for Keeping nbsontoos thoroughly posted on what transpires at tho capital. Or dors can bo sent by mall, or loft nt tho busi ness offlco. Address chanced as ofton as doslrod. Walsh should publish n rovlscd and corrected edition of all Ms affidavits com jilcto In ono -volume Ho seems to need a etanJard of reference It appear that ho lias net Icon prorcrly coached. Wo should supposo tbat Gibson, after lili oTporlonco with t. Martin beforo tho Totter Commit tee would havo seon tho necessity of por feet coaching In nil cases wlicro tho wit ness hailed from Louisiana. England Bccms t3 havo bitten off a largo plcco In Egypt. Tlio chowlng has only just begun. We suggest to Tom Browno that ho or gankoftTlgllancocommltteo for tho sup pression of lawlessness In tho House. Congress Is now trying to get roady to adjourn by nost Monday. ThU probably mcanstbat tho dato of adjournment will bo postponed to about tho 15th of August. Isn't it about ttmo for another Inter chango of epithets In tho Houso. It is now nearly a week sinco ono Member has called another Member a liar or n thief. Things aro getting ilnll. We iiote that at somo stago of tho Star Itouto trials It will becomo competent to inqulro into tho character and methods of A. M. Gibson. In that event wo shall sug .. gest that Samuel J. Tlldcn and II. II. Fln ' ley bo called to tho witness-stand. It may becomo absolutely nccossary to let tho Democrats control tho licit Houso In order to Insuro tho election of n Repub lican President In 183 1. In that event thcro will bo a Democratic House Tho ways of rrovidenco aro inscrutable. The only conspiracy thui far dovolopod clearly in tho Star-Kouto trial li tho con spiracy between Gibson, Walsh and others. In fact, that seems to bo tho only con spiracy In tho premises whatsoovcr. Moro will probably bo heard about that con spiracy later. That General Walker and Mr. Soiton have underestimated tho expenso of tho census docs not strike us as a very satisfac tory reason why tho clerks and employes of that bureau should bo mado to suffer. Justlco and fair play both demand that at least tho half-month's oxtra pay voted by tho Houso bo lcstorcd to tho bill. It will not moio thau recoup any of tho employes who wcro compelled to discount their pay certificates, and will not moro than half xelmbursomany of thorn for tho losses suf fered after tho appropriation had run out. Let Congress do tho fair thing in this mat ter. Harper's of last wcok hai a cartoon rep resenting tho Rotund Itobeson in tbo act of venturing tho remark that "If thcro is any man In this Houso who has been ac cused In his own Stato of stealing tho funds of" tho remainder of tho sen tenco being cut short by an uproar of his icllow-mcmbcrs ; somo shouting, "It was not mo!" somo, "You Hot" somo, "I was not connected with it 1" somo. "Whoovor bays it is a liar 1" and so on. Tho cartoon is n little too funny to bo strictly truo. But unfortunately It is also alittio too truthful to be entirely funny. It Is so seldom that tho Rotund gets fair play In theso times that the cartoon In irarpcr1 comes with double forco. It would mako a good sub ject for a Rotunda painting. VlRlroii ICtllej'M rrcc-Trmle. Tho cflort of tbo Ways and Means Com mittee to put through a llttloblll providing for "drawback" of duties on Imported ship building material, when used by American builders In tho construction of ships for for eign account, has developed, as everybody conversant with tho situation foresaw thai it would do, a general debate on tho tariff question. It is a notowortby fact that when tho bill wa3 reported thcro was not above ono-flfth of thomembers of tho Houso who bad any accurato idea as to what Its design was or what its effect would bo. Then, when Mr. Tucker offered an amend ment, making it practically a frco-ship bill eo far as materials wcro concerned, tho number who comprehended thoscopoof Mr. Tucker's proposition was still less. Let us explain briefly tho intent of tho original bill. Thcro nro two classes of American shipbuilders. Ono class aro what might bo called simply shlpjolnors. That is to say, they buy, ready-rollod, all tho nnglo irons, brackets and plates used In tho construction of tho hulls of Iron sblpi, and nil they do In their own yards Is to punch tho holes and mako tbo rivets somctlmos not even this so far as preparation of material is concerned, Tho othor class havo rolling mills connected with their yards and manufacture their own matorlal from tbo raw plglron. Of courso, under existing law tho latter class have an ad vantago over tho former; but it is an ad vantage that accrues naturally from superior enterprise Obviously a builder who, with his own resources, can mako a ehlpont of apllo of plglron has an advan tage over a builder who has to depend on other manufacturers for his matorlal, Tho ono is Independent, tho other dependent. Thus it happens that tho non-manufacturing class of, shipbuilders dosiro froo trado In materials tho things which they must buy because thoy can buy them moro cheaply in England than in tho United States ; and tho design of Mr, Kasson's bill is simply to cnablo that class of ship builders who do not manufacture tholr materials to got tho bcncllt of English competition as against thoso who do mako their own materials in tholr own yards. This is all right from tho froo-trado stand point. It is a blow, and a heavy one, at every American shipbuilder who rolls his own iron. This is what statesmen do not seem to understand, Thercforo wo find men who arc on record la favor of protec tion to American Industry, I'lglron Kclloy Included, listening to tho plamtblo plan of non-manufacturing builders, and voting to admit tho frco-trado doctrine so fir os ship materials aro concerned. Mr. Tucker's nmcndincnt was thercforo germane Its only fault was that It tore off tho mask which concoalcd tho purposes of Mr. Kasson's bill. Tor oumcIvcs wo do not offer opinion. Our purpose Is meroly to tct out tho facts and to call attention to tbo fact tbat oven Dglroti Kolloy, tho High I'rlcsl of Protection, Is willing to bend his doctrlno far enough to admit whatovor frco trado tho Philadelphia shlp-bulldcra do maud. Wo do not know whether Mr. Kcl ley will relish this frank explanation of his nttltudo or not and wo don't care Hut that's tlio way It Is. So wo say that If thcro is to be frco trado In ship-building materials at all, let us havo it complete Let It intludo every Item of material that can bo made cheaper by English labor than by American labor. Hut let us not havo n llttlo hill with a mask on Its faco sneaked through for tho particular bcncllt of tho Messrs. Cramp. Trouble Alicnil. It begins to look as If thcro would boa general shindy among tho powers of Eu ropo over tho Egyptian tiucstlon. Italy Is more than jealous over tho notion of Eng land and l'ranco on this question. Sho is not silently Jealous, but growls oudlbly, and backs uphcr growls with half a dozon or moro Iron-clads. Spain, too, feols bel ligerent over tho situation, and her Iron clads aro bobbing about In tlio troubled waters. Austrlais bcllovod to bo actually bostllo to tho English nnd l'ronch move ments. Trnssla is boliovcd to bo Ju4ho Himo category, whllo blg-bonod Russia Is ready to tako a hand as her Intorostsmay dictate In short, tho Ingredients for tho devil's own breakfast nro gathering at Alexandria, nnd no ono can tell how soon tho word will ho passod for nil hands around for "tho rackot." In theso matters Undo Sam has only n secondary interest, nnd is merely a spec tator at tho show, with his prlvato box only to look after. Hlssharo In tho row will bo to "feed (not to grudgo) tho grudg crs fat." Fortunately ho is in a condition to take nil tho contracts that may bo offered, whether by Christian or pagan, Mohammedan or Greek, Jowor Gentile In tho ovent of agcnoral war, a stream of tho precious metals so vast tho mind could not grasp its valuo would pour Into this coun try, carrying with it prosperity to tho ro molest corners of tho great Republic. Tlio Printer' 1'roteHl. To the Editor or The JCtemna Critic: Tho printers In tho employ of tho Govern ment havo boon, for somo tlmo past, ondoar orlng to lnduco Congress to restoro tholr wajes to uliiit they wcro botoro tho lalo financial panic. Of tho propriety of tholr efforts nnd tho Jus ncss of their claims, no roosonablo man will doubt. It should bo sufficient for Congress to know that tho proeont cost of living In Washington Is such ns to rondor It noxt to Impossible for a man with an avcrngo family to onjoy tho ordi nary comforts of Hto on a salary of $3.UO por day, A llttlo reflection, combined with somo Blleht linowledgo of tho principles of political economy, will bo suniclont to convlnco tho dullest statesman that tho prico of labor should bo regulated to suit tho cost of living; also that tho peaco and prosporlty of a coun try depends larGoly upon tho condition of its laboring classcss that tho laboror should ro celTO Bufllclont wages to rondor his family comfortablo and to oducato bis chlldron, nnd that to lncronso tho emoluments of tho work ing classes must necessarily roduco tho coat of maintaining ponltontlnrlea and bonovolout In stitutions. Nearly all tho crlmos commlttod nro committed by tho uneducatod. A vast majority of tho Inmates of our different char, itablo Institutions aro tho children of tho poor. Why? Ilocauso tho parents of theso children did not rccelro a euniclout rocom penso for their labor to cnablo thorn to pro vide, tlio necessary modlcnl attendance com fortable clothing, propor diet, or suniclont schooling, and becauso lgnoranco bogots cilme. But tlio printers havo other and still stronger reasons for nsklng an Incroaso of wagos i rirst It was not tho intention of Congress, when it roduccd tho printers' pay, that thoy should w oris for tho low rato of wages thoy aro now receiving. In 1877. when tho roductlon was made money was doircr than at present. That Is, a dollar was worth moro than it now is, becauso it would procure moro of tho necessaries of life Threo dollars was worth moro than four Is nowi that Is, it would bring Its possessor moro objects of desire Bo that In reality tho printers aro now getting only about throe fourths as much pay as thoy woro thou rocolv Ing and only throo-tourths ns much ns Con gress intended they should have In othor words, Congress reduced tho rato of tholr pay sixty cents per day, and tho natural laws of demand and supply ha o decreased It at least ono dollar more Justlco demands that this should bo rcmcdlod. Second Congress should not, without sum clem cause, discriminate against a cottaln class of Government employes. For Instance, tho clorks In tho sovoral Departments not only receive a much hlgbor rato of compensation than tho printers, but they onjoy many othor advantages i Thoy aro cot roqulrod to labor as many hours aday; tboyarogivon a month's leavo with pny, nnd when slcltnoss rondors them Incapablo of performing tholr dutlos tholr wages aro Justly allowed to continue On tbo other hand, If a printer loses a single hour, no matter upon what prctonso, that amount Is deducted from his wages. Again, so far from being permitted to tako a month's icavo or aeeenco wuu pny (as wiiu mo cioras;, tho printers aro ofton roqulrod to take an an nual leavo of absonco tor from ono to threo months without pay. Why this discrimination? You will answer t Dccauso tho clorks aro roqulrod to perform a higher class of labor: that Is, it takos moro tlmo and oxpenso to lit a man for tho duties of a oierk than for thoso of a prlntor. But such is not tho lacti for it ovcry clork wcro roqulrod to possess a colloglato education, ho would lmvo consumed uo moro tlmo la procuring It than n prlntor docs In learning his trado. A boy who wishes to becomo a prlater must first bo possossod of a common school education beforo ho Is lilted to ontor on hlsappiontlco ship. Then ho must servo from throo tosoven years beforo ho Is thoroughly skilled In tho art. If ho wish to possoss hlmsolf of a col legiate, ho must first acquire a common school education! thon a colloglato courso of from threo to coven yenrs will fit him for tho highest class of labor. Of courso, a prlntor Is generally paid enough to support him durlug his apprenticeship, whllo tho collogo studont must not only support hlmeolf, but pay tor his Instruction. But thcro aro almost as many printers as thcro aro clorks In the Depart ments who havo acquired a colloglato educa tion. If any man doubtot this, let him Inves tigate Again, thoro aro tow, If any, clork ships, that wo could not And printers compe tent to nil. it thoro Is, thon, any discrimina tion, it should ho in favor of thoso who havo spent tho moat tlmo and money In acquiring special skill. Third Congress should not set an oxamplo of parsimony in tho matter of compensation for skilled labor. Tor lust In nrnnortlnn tn tho wages of laborors will bo tho education of their children I and Juat la proportion to tho education of their children will bo tho ox- ficnsocttbeaoornmont In maintaining tho awa and supportlngAho public burdens. l'ourth That tho printers' pay Is now grossly Insufficient to supply them with tho ordinary comforts of llfo must bo apparent to all who aro not willfully blind or hopelossly Ignorant. Tho presont Publlol'rlntersoosand deplores this fact, is anxious that It should bo remedied, and has oxprcssed his wllllugnoss to enlighten Congress on the subjoet at any time, aad If all the tacts woro known and ap preciated by Congress, I do not thluk thoro could bo found a slnglo momber sulilclontly depraved to vote against an Increase of tho prlnte vages. 111''.: , hen the prlco of labor Is not rogu latodbyloglslatlvoenactmonts, It will natur ally conform to tho prlco of othor things. Hut when it Is so regulated, tho legislature should alter It tosulttho times. Congress soemodto rocognl70 this faot In 1877. If It woro truo then, It Is equally truo now, Whou money Is dear, that Is, when a largo amount of othor products can bo had torn small amount ot inonoy,wagesmaybo reduced, when mouoy Is cheap, or, whon a small amount ot othor products can bo had for n largo amount ot money, wages should bo Incroasod. That such Is now tho caso, I think any person who fur nishes market-money will readily admit. A ScrrnttEtt. "Altlcrncv Dairy WwroiiM." Fresh AldorneyDuttor, churned ovory morn ing and dellvored In XV. "Ward" prints, 40c. por lb. Also, cottago choose, buttermilk and sweet milk, be porqt. Cream, isc, plat. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. & Loii Ifa mftitc nnd aro ntlll maUn forgo rodntHlom In every department or tholr store lo further ro fluco stock, prior to semi-annual Inventory. To day wo nolo nn exceptional? lino bargain fa PEINTED LINEN LANS, ntl2Kc. perjard. These Include twentyflve dif ferent patterm, all cuocl. and are thobent valuo In Printed Lawns ever offered In Washington. GINGHAMS. Tn Ginghams we still ofTer a superb assortment at 10c. perynrd nnd 2tC. per yard, Including plain Pink, Jllue.Ilrown nnd Wavy 111 no to match tlio stripes. SCOTCH GINGHAMS. Wa litin rerinrnl tliecn oarift fAr moro than any others, and now offer flue Hcoteli Ulnaliam itii.;tu.iriuun' iruut htj.; iiv AUiiivuiivninuiii SSandSoc.t at2.c, an defiant IareHlriped Hcoteli Ulnphnm, uhlch sold curly In tho season at -13c. per yard. 1-1 rillNTKD LAWNS. Wo lmve Just opened nrasoof yard.wlde Printed Lanns.flue quality, at CUc. per yd.; warranted fast colors. Eoston Dry Ms Homo, 031 PKNNA. AYE. 031. nuzj.c., rcauren iroiu zoc.; at zoc.rcauced irom BEDTJOBD. Lap llobes from II to 75e.:75c. to 60c.: best Warn' mum Biiirin iruui 41 iu cific. 73c. to COc. Tablo Linen, ABpklus and shectlntr. Yin If. 11. jm.EY, 1ULEY BUIIiDINO, COllNim NINTH AND H SlllKETHN. W. lyll lAiutAJfT's sr.ivrznit apkriknt. TltirLlNd WITH WLI0U8NIW3 WON'T BO. IN THW WAY CIinONIO DISEASE IS IlllOUUnT ON. A DISORDERED LIVKlt IS THE CONSEQUENCE Or A I'OUL STOJIAOU AND 011ST11UCIED DOWELS, AND THE VERY J1EST PREPARATION IN EXIST ENCE TO rl'T THEM IN MnrECT ORDER AND KEEP TllfUI SO 13 TARRANT'S SELTZER APERIENT. SOI.nilY ALT, DHUHGI8T8. JMTuThAPat laaMaaasa IN GLASS. E W. EEED'S SOIS laiO F Street Northwest. TRADE SUPPLIED. y SUMMER RESORTS. Fauquier Springs. New Brick Jlulhltne, w Ith Kas and clectrla bells The nearest Summer Resort for Washlogtoulaas Donch's Orchestra. Tor terms apply to F. TENNEY & CO.. Natonal Hotel, Washington, or at rauqulcr Springs, Warrenton, Va. HOI POR THE SEASIDE I DEPARTMENTAL CLERKS. A splendid opportunity for recreation for tho ftimmrr MunlhM. A Dellshful and Commodious Hotel. Newly Itenovatcd and Airy Itooins, miendia viowor tne uccan. iiaznmcpnt bhade. llshlng and Crabbing within forty feet of tho Hotel. Hplcndld Bathing, mage going to tho Heath every morning and ovenluor. Por particu lars, address li T. VKAHEY. Lowes, Sussex County, Ji20 Delaware. Tie Dispatch Parcel Delivery Co. WILL DELIVER Parcels, Packages, Bundles, Letteis.Etc.. to any rart of the oily, promptly and accurately IFI-VE CBITTS Each. Monlbly Bates for Store Delivery. Will call at Stores every two boors. MABKET BASKETS LEFT AT STAND 109, CliNTER MAUKKT, will bo promptly and safely delivered. All articles entrusted to our Delivery will be faithfully and honestly attended to. McdiraCK&SOITS. Ol'FICE, 307 BKVKNTJI ST. N. W. Jn8 DANFORTH TTAH Mafle Thonsanfls of Homes Pleasant Hundreds Started on Fortune's Road Selling His goods, for LIGHTING and COOKING, No chimney, nick, kindling, ashes, nor waste. Light ed tn one-half minute; put out In ono second, No remnants, decay, nor shrinkage. ACTUAL NECESSITIES. WANTED-tOO men who will Invest M0to10, ooo In goods and push sales In different States; prollt Irom So to 30u per cent. Plain statements Lncked bv sales and eood will of purchasers to all who can, with courteous at teniion. ft 11 D ST., near lOTTt (Post Building), Washing luulon.D. O. apil ARgET Rlpl-E JostOatI For Target Practice Indoors and out- nnnl VthaIIhiiI n II tint I nr anil It llllnr Tt al. Cats, Squirrels etc. Noiseless as an alrgunl Will ctantly changed rocs to be as harmless as a toy piinl JuBt the weapon for Ladles and Genu to Practice Target bhootlngl It la belter than a " CATTLING GUN" on a "KENTUCKY RIFLE" for Boy's nsel Entlrn length, 39 Inches. Five Ht el pointed Arron s, llullels. Turgots, etc, free, l'i'cc, complete, br moll, tl.as. O'MEAKA'S Fishing Tackle Depot, 1317 l'a. Ave., Washington, V. V. V. B,-1V are iranolacturers' ngeut and supply tho trade at low rates. aps XSB-' BTOVEB, FOnNAOBO, BANOBB, Co. Tin plates, sheetlron work, fireplacestoyes.rangesl furnaces repaired. Tin rootlntf, snoutlnv, auu an kinds of tin wotk promptly attended to. Hend your oxaer lo it. n. a, Bonis, PIO Kleventh st. n. w., near V st. "inoioE outtlo WEna from my own rreen-houses In TJnlontown far. nlshed for all occasions. N. B'l UUKR, PLOIUST. BOM If street northwest. JAMES H. MoQILL, DEALER IN BUILDINQ SUPPLIES, TJo. 1421 New York Ave., near Treasnry. S. N. MEYER, 033 BEVENTII BT. N. W HIST. I AND K, Headquarters for GILT & SILVER TRIMMINGS BEQAT.IAH AND BAlKJKa ItodaloQrder our goods. AT COST 1 AT COST 1 1 Wo have msrkcd down Bll LINEN LAWNB to IS els. All LINKN LAWNS to 20C.,worth87iC Hcit CANTON GINGHAMS reduced to 10c A sptindtd lino of ORKNADINES of most de sirable styles reduced to cost. All COLORED DRESS GOODS at Cost. WHITE GOODS. Splendid stock. Low prices. HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR. Largo Stock. All at reduced prices. Ail FANCY rARASOLS at cost. We are compelled to sell goods cliean to preparo for rcmov at to our new store, now building lor us, a lew doors west 01 our prcst location. "ONE PRICE ONLY." TBU1EL k CUBE, JyM H03 MARKET SPACE. Sun Umbrellas, Silk, Satin, India Linen and Laces BELOW COST TO CLOSE. jr. b. -sroxrisra-, 7S0 AND7M TTII ST.. I1ET. 0. AND H. FIGURED FKENOH SATINES, TYLER & OHEWNING, Jyll 018 SEVENTH ST, NORTHWEST. BUY YOUR Linen Damaske, Napkins and Towels of LUTTRELL & WINE, gOTIt ST. AND rr.NNA. AVE. niyfl STTIUIJWrEIl DDR-Z- GOODS. L. BEHREND'S BALTIMORE CASH STORE, No. 00 BEVKNTn 8T. N. W.. GEO. F. HARBIN, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &o. 0ILCL0TH3 AND MATTINGS, 810 rennsylvahia avo. &. e., Capitol mil. mya) GUINN1P, DAT & CO., SILKS, 820. 823 AND 831 SEVENTH BT. N.W. East Washington Advertisements. COOL 'nDiCiisrKis, Soft Crabs, Turtlo Boup, Clam Chowder, Luxu ries In Season. Best Ltouors. job :FXi.A.a:z. . Jyll 310 PF.NNA. AVE., CArlTOLHILL. noisrio Goods rick led Umb ToniruM, Whlto Clover Honey, Sardlnca. Potted Gooda, Lobatera, to, bll verBprav, JtlnnMotaprocena Hour; best In city t (3.43 U bbl. U. Kills, Third and A sts. s, e. JyS STBINLB'S ICE CRBAMINBEDSNO PBAISB. ItsreputaUon Incencral. Vartlea, families and dealers supplied. Those ordering for banday will rienno oruer inniuruayor noiore u m. nunaay, uiiDictf coniecuoos nua cases, no, iiv i Capitol Hill. u9 ONE HANDSOME PLAQUE Oil PALETTE Wllh Ten Soda Water Tickets, for SO cents, at OF. 2E. .DOOIiE-ST'S, ItlALTO SODA TOUNTAIN, Corner Third St. nnd I'cnna. aye.. Capitol Hill. 'Cm ATDOP TIIIJ EAST," A TANOV IO X X3LJLV family Hour, makes beautiful bread: fi'ji )i bbl. Virginia family, SI.9J Mbbl; a f:ood flour for a small price; try a few lbs. at 4c. per b.,at JOHN T. D. 1'Vua cash Stores, J la 4th st. s. p., nnd B.tn Cth st. s. e. lot ICE CEBAM. mi! DEBT! ALL TLAVOIIS. THE EXCKMIOIt MANOTAUTUItlNQ CO., ao.t 1"A. AVE., OAl'lTOL HILU Families and the trade promptly supplied. my20 GIVEN AWAY. China, Crockery and glanswitre to purchasers ol Front, cor. 4th nnd Pa. ave.cast. eminent Java, 3?c. pound. Best Old Gov mylO !EtbRG!DA(sY, sPRAf Clothier and Tailor, 507 Seventh St. Northwest, MAY BUILDING, OPl'O. U. S. POST OFFICE INSURANCE. AAAMAAARAAAAVAAAAWjAAAAajv BttANCII OFFICE Yerona, Misi, Mutual Benefit Association, WASHINGTON, D. C. orFXCKna : J,H. wn.KTNS. President. j. X', A uiiir,it jumiauvr W. O. FEAI11NO, Becretary. object Is to aid youne men and ladies at their marriage by paying them an endowment, pro vided they sustain good, moral character. Best of rcferenco given as to business Integrity ol otBcers. Addrcasorapplyto J.P.TURNMt, , ... .. Treasury Department, or ofllce, 601 Third st. s. e. myl9 HOME SUPPLIES. db- ROBinsrsoisr, U30 I.OUISANA AVENOEN. W. Denier In V7"BSTBE,3Sr BEEF. noils and Tenderloins Specialties. Best and cheapest Cuts In the Uty. rilESEC POULTRY. Wo supply tho hotels, boarding houses and tho U. ti. CommlEsary Ucpartlncnt. Jyl8 PAiiTTiisra. WallPaintiDg and Oaloiminiug, MARULINQ AND QRAININQ. RErENCILINO FltONTS A SMiCIALTY Good workmaushlp, pure material and mod erate prices. 0. MA0NI0H0L, IIS 10TH BT. N, W., MEXT OAS OrFIOE. mrCT EDUCATIONAL. PENOBRIAN BUBINEBB 00LLBO3, OOB. nrnln ITall llulldlntr. C'nmnlotn In ltn arrnncriv Tftitii for trfilnlnr lom nnd dnunlitprs (nr rnal Ufa. Graduation exercises held last of May. No vaca tion, students received every month In tho year for Instruction, day or evening, by tho month or auarter. Bprlng and Hummer Bessrons give nta entn from other schools opportunity for business training. Full Information clvin at the college oUlce. JIENRYO. HPtNOKR, Principal. HARA A.HPKNC1KU. Vlce-Prlnclpal. mvl8 SHIRTSI SHIRTS! SHIRTS I AOoodBblrtfor 60c, a DiiTn.ll Bhirt for 65ct finished. 75c AWamsutta Shirt for 75ct finished, BOo. a .Mailed Rnsom Shirt for Bte.t Hnlshed. fL Bhlrts to order a specialty, Satisfaction guaran teed, at S. 11. ELLERY & CO.'S, til No. 1112 V street northwest. GUSEY HOUSE, EUROPEAN PLAN." Dor, Uroadway and Twenty-ninth Bt. HRW YORK CITY. JAMES Jf. BltKHUN a DUOTIIEU, Pronrletora. TVIlin DELIA If rlhn DUM11 BELLS. Tne Beat In the City. For Bale by F. BOlINKIIiEft A BON, nyn Penna. aro. and Will it FORSALE AND HfNT. TBALBSTATa BULLETIN T7I0S. X. WAQOAMAN, 017 F street. (Chances made Wednesdays and Saturdays), TnREE-STORY RRtCK AND FRAMK HOUSE FOR BALE. 000 M st n w mod Im. 11 r - tI7W iizvHihstnw, moilloi, 12 rs iMon BIS llth st n w, mod Im, ill rs..... l.VXM Z4U-1 Pa at e 11 w, mod im, 17 rs 12 ow 4IM tth st n w, moil Im, it rs 10,7.1a eso K st 11 w, mod Im. 1 1 rs to.5mi 417 13th st n w. mod Im, 12 rs - 10 000 mo 14th st, mod Im, 13 rs lo.nn lso2 1tthstnw, mod tm, or o.nn 619 N Y aro n w, mod Im, 13 ra........ n.ooo TWOTORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. KIM and 1762 T st n w, f h, 0 rs each................. (900 421 L st n w, f h, A rs nn IM and 1SI0 4th st n w, b h, I rs &50 7241llhstne,fh,4 rs 7m cog 1st e, f h, r 70(1 1134 Del avo n e, f h, 4 rs cm 430to43ll2thstne,rh,4rs each 421 1312 N Car avo n e, f li, 8 rs 4m 837, 8.19, 811 2d st B e, 4 rs...... 400 UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR HALV, Per Foot. HcTenth-strcct roml . 200 Ost, bet 1st and 3d 200 1 st, bet ZMli nnd 27th 200 :4th st. bet I and K n w 200 10th st nnd lloundnry n w............... 200 n". st. bet O and I) s w 200 Del nve. brt R nnd G s w...... 200 D st, bet 13),' and lull sts s w 200 nOUSES FOR RENT. Rent, 7 Tiunont Circle, fur, mod Im, 11 rs........ tiro ( Hiss 31st st. Air, n vr, mod Im, 17 rs 79 00 fcw 21st n w, fur, mod Im, 10 rs... 73 m 31 Ony st, (leorKctown, mod Im, 13 rs......... so 00 4011 Mass avo n w, mod Im, 8 rs .1) 00 M9H stnw,modlni,7rfl.. .1000 422 1 Ith st n w, mod Im, 7 rs 30 00 1829 12th st, mod Im, 0 rn. 211 00 211 3d st s w, mod lm, 0 rs 18 00 2200 14th st n w, mod lm, 8 rs.... 18 00 nil H st n v, e rs n 00 477 It I are n w, t rs 13 n 227 1 Vf st a w. 0 rs 12 1 Foundry Place ti w, 4 rs...... . 12 00 C12 6th st s e... . 8 00 OFFICES. Vernon Row, room 3, Janitor flSOO Room 23, Janitor........ ... 10 00 Room 0. Janitor , 12 00 310 41. st, basement, Janitor. n 00 3.10 4) st, 1st lloor, Janitor IS 00 Market Space, Room 9 . 6 00 LOANS In sums to salt at ( per cent. AUCTION BALE. On Monday, July 31, at 0 p. m.. unlmproTed property on Fayette street, Georgetown. Tho above Is only n small portion ol property on my books. For mil lUtcall at office for bulle tins Issued on 1st and 15th. Jy22 BOOTS AND STATIONERY. aAAAAAIVNAVVAVVAVVVVVVVA'VAAAAAIVVVA New Law and Miscellaneous Books Morawets on Private Corporations; fl, Bebouler on Husband and Wife; ffl. j'lKcnuDi nre jn3u.rn.nce jjecisioni, xvnis.; ea oo, Tyler on Infancy nnd Coverture, 2d edition; gfl.&O, auo riwi-H, uy mm, mt'iaiiuHr; i e J-Tered, Dy Mm. Aieianaer;it Prudence, bv Lucyu. tune: Wc. Mnnpv Tit aVInir for TjhHpr? Wit. Physical Education, by Oswold; fl. Tho llralnand Its Functions, by J Luyn; 11.50. History of Ancient Egypt, 2 vols., by Prof. Raw Science and Culture, by Prof. Huxley; fl.CO. miaou; tv, pncB a. im tJ 1 ho lArcPHt stock of 1 iiaiiouery iu uoxes in ino W. H. MORRISON, Law Bookseller and Stationer, myll 47S Penna. avo. n w. CTJOSI3STC3- OTJO: SALE OF CROQUET. DECKER & CO., 1111 F STREET NORTHWEST. a. a. rp-cnasEijij, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, Wholesale nnd Iletnll. ap!7 -laa NINTH BTItKET NORTHWEST. .a.. 3s,a:cciiDaA.K,-5r, BOOKS Oc ST-A-TIOETERTr OS4 SEVENTH STREET N. W. mrl 2SJ!L2k. J. M WHEATLEY, Wholcsalo and Retail Dealer In Best Qualities Anthracite and Bit uminous Coal, Pino, Oalc and Hickory Wood, Builder's' and Contractors'Supplles Sole Agent for the Nowborg, N. Y., Plaster, and tho Cumberland, Md., Hydraulic Cement. Fair Prices and Satisfaction a uaranteed. OPPIOE AND YARD, Cor. Ind. Ave , Second unit O ts. N, TV, GROCERIES. SOHWBITZBB'S OOOOATINA (I.ONDONJ Van Houten's Pure Soluble Cocoa, (WErSr. HOLLAND.) 0T. "W. BUROHELL, iaa r sntni Jyll :et. r. ii.-vt:itc3- bo-wtth. Dealer In l'INE FAMILY GROCKItllSS, Teas, Wines, I.lqtiors and Table Luxuries, COIt. SEVENTH AND L BTltEKTH N. W. w. 1011 n. u. cissel. FIKli UltWCEItllM ANI I.KtUOltH. llAltltOCIt JS HAMILTON, Wholesale FLOTjn.wiNii: ANixiuouEny MEROHAirra flS7 089. 04t Louisiana Avenue. lo28 HATS AND UMBRELLAS. Broad Brim Straw Hats AND DUNLAFS NEW YOEK HATS, AT WILLETT & RUOPF'S, Jnl5 003 PENNA AVE. UIGMUNI & CIOLD&IAN. KTRAW OPENING. All the Latest Styles. 430 Seventh Street Northwest. BOOTS AND SHOES. VVVVVWVVWVTVVVVl(VVVWVVVVVVVVVVVVV One Price Shoo Store. A. L. HAZELTON, 4S3SEVENTU8T., UnOor oad-Follows' Uall. L. KEILBRUN'S SHOE HOUSE. 403 SEVENTH STREET NOnTITWEST, Blgn of "The Old Woman In Window." TRY w:ryr. h-a-hn's HELIABLESHOES AND SLIPPERS BIO Beventh Street and 1033 renn, aye. At B,& P. Freight Depot, Dealer, In all kind, of LTJMBBB AND i3:.A.:e.:D -woods, Maiyland ATeane( near 7th st, b. Wi WABUINQTON, D, 0, IIV NOT HAVE YOUR FURNITURE Itenalred and Mattresses Renovated, by 1100' iv AHONT Tor they nro among the best repairers In the . 0. Come, Come all and give us a tall. All orders pi omptly attended to by JOHN H. BOIDTT & S03T. myi6g Pit aiSTBT. N. W. SAMUEL S. SHBDD, 40D NINTlt STREET NOnTIlWEST. Garden .Hoso, Lawn Bprlnklers, Uai Stoves, Ovens, Broilers, etc., tilato Mantels, (las Fixtures, Iaitrohcs, ItanECu, l'urnaces, Plumbing and Tin ntmc. J", lu. WOLP, JVE- ID., DENTIST, 1210 V BTRK1CT NORTHWEST. Sealer In Wall Papers, window Shades, Plctura Vramefl, Wctures, Ao. . 010 BEVENfU BTRBJST NORTHWEST. JfffffffWn-ffOMBg. Advertisements of Threa line nml.r this head Inserted 8 times for 25 cents. TTtOR RENT-HOUSE IN M09T DESIRAIIM! ju part or mil St. n. w.t 7 rs., watpr, ras; modi r- jkj iuri u, join si, ii. w.i , ,i-., wiiiir, Knn; u: ate rent tn a permanent and settled tenant. 11, in Jy2l3t noire nt 1709 nin hi. n. w. IrtOR RENT A SMALT, FURNISHED 1 house of 11 vo rooms, with lruo lot, 921 T at. n. w.t rent low to a rcsponslblo party. Jy20 at TTtOR RENT-LARGE COUNTRY, HOUSE; JU abundant shade: near rallrond station: sta bllng.nn. Inniilrnnfi;. M. llaelc. Crltll olTlra. FOR RENT Rooms. IriORRKNT-No. 613 THIRTEENTH STREET n.w.i nicely furnished rooms, fl, (8,110 and 118 per month, jyavct "filOH RENT-DESIRABLE ROOMS, FUR JU nl'hcd or unfurnished; prlvato family and in good location; 811 13th sU n, w.l rent moderate. Jy21-31 I710R RENT-THREECONNEOTINO ROOMS, : aerond ttonr at 112Q oth st. n. w.; also ono splendidly-furnished room. Jy2l IftOR RENT- THREE UNFURNISHED roomst second floor: water nnd ros; nice, airy location. Apply nt007 Tst. n.w., or room 47 General Land Office. Jy2S.3f IJtOR RENT-TWO FURNISHED OR UN- furnished rooms at 21 to Pa. avo. ivii-it ITtOR RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED COSt I munlcatlng rooms to a party without chil dren. niS7th st. n. w. FOR RENT Miscellaneous. AAAAAAAAAAAkVA,'VSAAf AAA.NAAVMVaAI I7IOR ri:nt-cheap-a laroe STABLI'. Apply at No. 423 K st. n. w. JyJ19 non rent A wni.T,FiinNrsiiii:n nr. X' flee, second lloor front, opposite the Treas ury; ofilc terms moderate. Address Advertiser, Crltto I1M ITtOR SALE-EXCELLENTBUILDINa BITES ? nt Annendnle, nt-nr Madame Lttroste's and Christian Brolhers' schools. Address iMntel Ani incn,upitsvilietaiQ. Jr--st IiOllSALE-AN ECKLLBNT JUMP SKAT ; rarrlase, Rood as new. made tn order nt a costoffSMt less than half price will buy It, No. 137 Ost. n.e. Jyil-'U I Tion satj: i2oo hound-hottomki) ; Cabin Yacht, In complete order and ready for mot cabin capacity for to persons: nwnlni I IT. mm jib, iibks mm uie anndutensUs; length, 20x9, J. t.HaU, Jrtt-3t rootoriauisi, . h, w. CUKAPr.HTO ItU V THAN TO uuiLD-ron talo houses 618,00 nnd 022 7th st. b. w.; water, pas nnd bathrooms: two stories. Inquire at OM 7th at. b.w, Jv21-ct BA11GAIN HOnSK. irAItNRSS AND buggy, 1200, Iuqulro of J, 11, Uheen, nnd st., betw cen ctli nnd 7ib sts. n. w. Jy2t3t Irion balk a mo baiigain roun round corner, rosewood case piano. Knabe A uaelile makers; In perfect order: only (Hi); stool find covert other plaitos for cash at half price. Worch's l'iano-ltouinn, 1130 10th st. JyJ) ot IOIISALK-A BKVEN. YEAR-OLD MARK, : sound nnd uentic; reason tor selling, too heavy for light v, agon. Inoulro 623 7th st, n, w. jv2Q-3t I710II BALK-1C2A 4th ST. N. W TnitEl story bay window framo houso of 7 rooms: Kasandunter; back and sldo yard with fruit. In qulro 1410 cth st. n.w. J Mm fOR BALE-PIANO DACTYLTONR FOR JL' piano players, amateurs and artists: in dorsed by prominent pianists and teachers; gives correct position of the hand; saves time, labor, Insures JlexlMilty and rapidity of execution; per 5a1r,?3.&0. Worch's Uptown Piano Rooms, 1139 enlh st I JyS-iw F OR SALK-A COTrAGE HOUSE WITH fIpen tirrpn nf urrmnili trnnd mithntttllnirfl and excellent water; ou tho li. 4 P. R. 11.; twelvo miles from Washington; Immediately at station. Apply at the Critic ofllce. Jugg FOR SALE 3 FINK HORSES tl SUITABLE toracartl will sell cheap. Call at the Alder pey Dairy Depot, 4H Third streft n. w. de2fttt FOR SALE Farms. FOR 8ALE-A VALUABLE FARM OF ONE hundred and ninety acres, l)f miles from ltockvltlc, Md. all lmprovcmeuts, and complete. Apply to J. W. Warner, Attorney, 4SZ Louisiana nv nue. Ivl7l2i PERSONAL. J' E1TERS AT THE EVENING (HtlTIO 0F J llco aualtlng Advertiser, A., MtssC. 11. A., M l,s M. C. ) Mrs. 11., Miss I,. II , Uarealn, C : ; Confidential, JIlsi a, 3; K M. d. Cook, llcttlo Coletnnn,fit Dressmaker, 2: O. D. E..2: J. U, 1. mi i. c. r.,Si it. r v. f.,2: M.a ,w. in . JIrR.lt llllhiK,MI..o,ai l. ., n.V. (l..:i; M. K.H., 2t.lt .2! Mrs. Hownrd,2 I.K., 1..V K., Man and Wife, Mll(rs, II. U M., A. KM., Mary and Uaugbter. Need, 2; J. N.,4: Nurse, Orphan, M.C.P..0! J. Hex, bliiBer,3 It. T A. Ji. W.,2: J.W.. N.W., Widow. J.W. W. )yii BOOKKEEPING TAUGHT UNTIL THOR oucly understood, fl.50; no toTt-booksusedj day and night I penmanship, IJ.C0. Howe, 10.10 7th st Jyis-ot PERSONAL-TWO YOUNO GENTLEMEN deMro a prlvato tntor. who will instruct them thoroughly In the higher common school brandies after six o'clock p. m.: terms must be reasonable. Address Jas. P Elliott, Cltv Post ofllce. Jy21-3t BOOKKEEPING-SUCCESS GUABANTEED or money refunded. Evening sessions only. 1 or teaching practically the th nry and ytructlco of double entry bookkeeping. To Bccure attend ancetho tuition feo will be reduced to f3 for the first term. No text-book used, but Instruction from actual business. Htudentsllmltodas to num ber, commencing Monday, 2ttli of July, 1&92. For Information apply nt vzi Est. u,w alter 4 p.m. W.Creen. JyJl-st THE WASHINGTON BENKPICIAL EN dowment Association gives life lnsuranco on theassessment or common sense plan, Ofllce, OU V st n w. mylO CONFIDENTIAL ADVICE FREE, ON DE veloplng the slzo and strength of parts ot tho form, male or female. Sent sealed. Address Erie, M. Co., box 513. Buffalo, N. Y. my20 TVSEASES OP THE GENITO-URINARY 1 Organs, Blood.Llver, Kidneys. Nerves, Wo men. Catarrh. Dronchltls. Dvsnensla. ctCBnccd. Ily and permanently cured: write for advice; book free. Dr. B. T. Baker, Box 101, BuQVlo, N. Y. rays WANTED Miscellaneous. -TTTANTED-A LOT IN THU NORTHWEST VV part of the city on long tlmo and easy tirms; give location and price. Address T.E.H., wiiwcouice. jy?..K", WANTED-A BMALL :iI0U8E, OR TOUR or live rooms by August Lsttuatcdbetwcen 1st and 12th sts.) Penna, avo .and M st. n. w.; per man en t tenant. Address Clerk, Crltlo ofllce. iy2l-3t "TTTANTED-IMMEDIATELY, TWO UN VV furnished rooms; terms to bo rondo rato and incmae gas; norinwesiern section or cuy fire y3 irrrru. Auuri'iui i. jl. ,, wrutu uiiict-'i TTTANTED-nY AUGUST 1, A CLEAN SIX VV todghtroom house, In northwestern sec tion. Address, with locality and terms per mouth, A. M. K trJ3 ltth Bt. n. w. Jy2l ri'YOU WANT TO I1UY, BELL. RENT OR trado city or country property, como and see rent uHi-gaina at wiiuaui xi.iunui is jiros., Jharles Hotel, corner 3d st. and Penna. avo. WANTED-A TICKET TO ST, IOUI8 OR Kansas Clt I must bo cheap, Addreas Rox ICt) Wlllard's Hotel, stating lowest possible price. Jyn m ALL KINDS 03? SEWING DONE AT ,007 7lli st. b. w.; the best and cheapeHt lu thoclty; nil work warranted; cut by James AfcCoti's pat terns; dressmaking a spcclatty Call at 007 7th st. a. w. JJ21 "fXrANTKD-SOME ONE TO PUHOIIASE A VY real loco shawl, black; will bo sold at a sac rifice. Tor particulars address Shawl, City Post, oillco. Jy-" TTTANTED-TO BUY ON THE INSTAL YY ment plan, tlio regular monthly payments to apply toward the price agreed upon, and pos session given on llrst payment, and all paid, lor felted and premises given up In default ol prompt payment, a good brick house, with hall undO-10 rooms, In a respectable and healthy location; good yard und water. AildrCBs, alatlng location and number, price monthly payments required, etc No attention paid to auswers without detnllx, Houso, Crltlo olllce. Jy 8t TTT ANTKD-A TEW HOIlSia TO TASTURK YV Inciulro nt (Iheen'B stable, CJ7 11 at. n. vr 3. W Bell, Falrlaud, Montgomery county, Ud. LOST AND FOUND. T OST-A 11LACIC AND GOLD Jf ALTiaU JU cross, llvo dollars reward will be alvou uudnoqueilloniasl.edltleltat 61 Frederick t (leorgitown. Jy2l 3t IriOUND-A CKUTAIN AMOUNT OP MONEY. ! Owner can have samo by ealllns aV71J nth st. li, w. and proving property. jyK 3t TOST-TIIURHDAY, JULY 20, ON WD HT J bet. O and T, a child's Kold chain and locket. Liberal reward nlven In returning to J T. 1'ayno & Boil's Hhoo Bloio, 131,1 82d St. Ir21-3t OST-A llLUn BKYE TERRIEll, WITH I J short tall nnd Bltlcen nliaexv coati tatr No. II. A reunrd will ha alvcu ou returnllur bltn to r-ii. H.'BOH. 11. w. 1vil-8t BUSINESS CHANCES. w ANTEIl-TO BUY A SMALL GROCERY lorcusu: jvaurcsM u., wmm uuiu, jy. ,.t- TTrANTED-10 BUY LAND HOnll', Additional Homeutead Claims, BlouxllallbreedHcrlp, rolterflcld Warrants, Valentino Scrip, . . , . Bounty Land Warrant, 4c All of the above Land scrips for sale. Address nr call on W. V. HlliVroom l5,St. Cloud Bulling, Washington. P.O. l"-"" "T CHANCE TOR Bl'ECULATION-rOR liOO LX. cash there is a cnanc. ;ior u "- i;wVti tlon In what may bring l(W,tX), a .u-n- IiaaIMa Auuimaiwuui crmo omce. myxo FREE ADVERTISING. ,i.dWttoemenfj uruttr thehead of'Biluattonl Wantedl' and "Utlp Wanted" vAtthereafler be inserted tn This Kvenino Critic! tares timet FREK. Wt invite our friendi utiehinf situation) vr help to avail themselves of this offer. Answers directed in cart of Cbitio Office- Kill receive" careful attention. Business advertisements three lines three times for 25 cf. WANTED-Help-Fomalo. TlTANTED-AFIIlflT-CLASSCOOK. APflTi' TY-. at 911 New York are. n. w.. between oth and 10th sis. Jy25-3t TTANTED-A RELIABLE WHITE GIRL TV orn ynung widow to attend to a slnito gentleman's llttlo honschnld; good wap4 paid. Apply to 1330 till st., up stairs, from to 8 to 10 a. m. or 3 lo 8 p. m. ji fl-nt TITANTED-A W1IITK WOMAN rnit f.F.V. VV eral housework; permancntaltuatlont good home; references. 4U Spruce street, LeDrott iHIKi JT3I TTrANTKO-LADIKS IliaiHINO W1UTINO T V nthomornnbo employed by addressing Hot 4H,CltyPostofllcfl. y?l WANTKD-A WIItTK OIHIi TO NUU3E. AW Itlarylnnd nvenuo southwest; also n woman to cook, wash and Iron. Jy2i TT7ANTKI)-A COLORED WOMAN TO YV cook, wash and Ironf a!so n boy to chop wood and make himself Renernlly useful, both to go to Point Lookout, Annl lyat 7221stst.n.e. Jyt TTTANTKD-A IlESPKCTAnLi: WHITE vr slrltodo txenoral houieuork for a family ot two. ApplyatKo.7ai itlist.n.w. Jyft "WT-ANTED-A BTIlONd, PATIENT WHITE TV Protestant woman orRlrltowalt on sick person; must como well recommended, Call at 119 4th Bt. s. p., after two o'clock p. m. jyVd at T7"ANTEI)-A FIRST-CLASH COOK AT V oncoat 1221 U st.; mint brine rcierenco from last place; neat; not afraid of work; compe tentand honest; Rood W,QK Jy20 -TTrANTED-A YOUNG GIRL, EITHER TV whltn or colored, to cook, wash and Iron for a small family; mint stay at nights: references required. Call at 1521 Madison St., between 15th and 16ibla. n. w. ' jy.g) 3t WANTED-A WniTE GIRL FOR DINING room work, at 70S llth st. n. v, Oon.l WBgfMor competent girl. Jy--Q T7ANTED-A SETTLED COLORED WO TV man as nurse to n child IS months old; must stay at night; references required, API) iti t t j ju mm rum m.., rn, v iu miigton. Jvl7-it WANTED mp Mate. "TTTANTED-A GOOD BOY TORANYKIND TT or woric at a restaurant, -itiTtu st. n, w. JlyM TTrANTKD-A BOY THAT UNDERSTANDS TV somcthltifr of type setllnc and running press. Address D. r. Drown, ' Pa.ave.n.w, jys "TXrANTED-TWO OR THREE OOOD CAN V vasscrs; Ibey can make It per day; od- titiicvo uiuuti ncujkij'i 408KastCAnltolst. ivaaresa w j. wiikison. -TTTANTED-A Bt)Y ABOUT 10 YEARS OLD VV to work In a furniture store: must have Rood recommendations. Apply at 41 1 Oth st. n. w.. cor, of E. Jy2l TTTANTED-A GOOD, WHITE JOURNEY TV man barber; steady employment; good wngcupnld. Apply 1747 Pa. ave., first ward. Jy21 WANTEDSituations Female. TTT-ANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE GER- TY mnnclrl. aplaco todoiceneral housework In a small family; Is willing and obliging. Ad dress A. L., City Postotllce, jyz TrANTED-A LADY WHO HAS BEEN T V tenchlng during the scholastic term, desires some employment In tbo vacation months, either In tho care of children, companion or copy In?. Address L. L., Crltlo ofllce. Jy?3 XTTANTED-A TLACE TO DO ANY KIND TV of work by n neat, tidy girl, white, fifteen years old; n ages not so much an object as a good home. Please address or apply to ltoo Council, U7Dst. n.e. Jy2l TTTANTED-A MONTHLY WHITE NURSE YV who Is experienced, 1ms tho best of city ref erences; will go out by week or month; Call at Utt Pierce PUco n. w. jyga fTrANTED-A COMPETENT ENGLISH TV dressmaker, desires an cngagementby the day orvreek. Address Augusta, Critic ofllce. Jy22 TTrANTED-A LADY OF TEN YEARS EX VV perlence as teacher, with first-clans tes timonials and certificates from Connecticut su perintendents nnd others, desires a tdtuatloa either In a family or seminary tn teach English, French and music. Address Mrs. A. K., but Worth St., Philadelphia, Pa. Jy22 TTrANTED-RY A FIRST-CLASS SEAM- T T stress; win go out oy ibeaay or week or do hen iijk ai iiomu, lice. 'lease address Clair. Critic of- Jy22 T7ANTKD-BY A WHITE WOStAN, WHO i V la a good cook, n home to do general house- worlf. Apply atUUVht. n.w. Jy22 WANTED-RY TWO WHITE WOMEN, situations to go to tho seashore; one as coolr, tho other as chambermaid. Address IM. and A.( Crltlo ofllce. Jy22 T7ANTED-BY a LADY, A SITUATION V V as housekeeper or seamstress; Is willing to make hersclt generally useful, Aaurcss irene, Jv2fc3t wniio u iu co. YTTANTEn-A BITUATION AS NURHE OR VV chambermaid In llrbt-clas family: best of references given. Address SI. T.J Crltto ofllce Jyi! ANY LATJV OR GENTLEMAN ABOUT tn travel by the 1st of August can secure n competent nurse and companion, or governess to children; reference. Address Widow Critic ofllce. Jy2l XITANTED-RY A YOUNG WHITE WO lV man; plain washing to do at home. Call at 2025 L Bt. Jy21 WANTED-RY A WHITE GIRL, A SITU atlon to do light housework. Apply at No, 21710th st. n.e. Jy2i xtTanted-bv A MIDDLE-AOED wniTE VV woman, a situation to da general house work or chambermaid In a small family; refer enceselven. Address M. W., Crltlo ofllce. jyll WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE woman of education, aplaco to assist lu housekeeping and sew, or chamberwork and sew ing: can cut and fit ladles' and children's clothing, or would taken or k home; ladles' suits, f 1.60 and upward; wraopers, CO cents, Address at once It. N. Cilttlngs. Crltlo ofllce. Jy.10 TTANTED-BY A YOUNO GIRL, WHO IS VV In need, a position In any of the Depart ments: twenty per cent, of salary paid as long as retained. Address Miss N, T. it, No. 2117 Nst. n.w., city. JvA) WANTED-A LADY OP EXPERIENCE and culture wishes a position as teacher or governess; good references, Address Teacher, Crltlo ofllce. Jy.10 TTrANTED-BY A YOUNO COLORED GIRL, VV a situation to go out of the city ns cham bermaid; Is witling to travel Inquire at No. 121 O st. s. w. ylia TTTANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COL- Vy orcd woman, a situation as cook or to do plain washing; good references. Apply at No. 8 Baldwin's Row, bet, D and E, 1st and 2d sts. u. w. Jyso WANTED iUm WANTED-BY A BOY OP U, A PLACE to learn a trade or ran errands: trado prercrrcd: would reside with employer If desired. Address felt.. 404 K st. n.w. Jy2J w. ANTED-A GOOD STENOGRAPHER ilcftlrrw wrltlntr from dictation! he would also tako a few scholars. Address E, D., Crltlo oiileo. ly TTrANTED-BY A WHITE MAN, A SITU. YY atlon In a hotel or restaurant; Is wllllntr to mako himself useful. Address K Crltlo oillco. 1H! WANTED-A FOREIGNER, ACJKD 21. lately arrived, desires a situation In any capacity and lu any cltyl highest testimonials of character and ol having a sound educatlou. ly&-3f , TirANTED-BY A YOUNQ MAN, 20 YEARS YY ol ago, a situation of sumo kind to mako himself Generally useful; has n recommendation iw.m fnrin., .mnlni.r. AfMrefMl'. J. U.. UrltlO ofllce. Ui Tr.ANTKD-BY AN KXI'KRIKNCRO AND T V practical oruffgisi 01 ttieauy iinui nblts.nsHu atlon UY IIIO JJin UI AUKUIH, Ul-NI. Ctlf . AddrcssMatico. Urlllo oillco. lerenco ly2l-.it given. trrANTED-POSITION AS BOOKKEErER, YV entry or tnvolco clerki best of references. Address J. t). M Crltlo olllce. Jyll -VrrANTEn-EMPLOYMENTBYAWIDOW'B Y hoy, 15 years old; can wrltoi will try to please. Address J. H.W.,!t!i lstst.n.e. JyS TXrANTED-BTEAI)Y KMPLOYJIENT BY TT nwhlto man; uanay wuu estale agent should he without with tools; no real IU,, Auurm. Broken Merchant. Crltlo oillco. y XTTANTED-A BITUATION Jl V AMAUl'l VIS, VV cajmble whllo boy ascd 10. Address lie- liable, Crltlo ofllce. jyll w ANTED-BY A OOOD, INDUSTRIOUS ninn tmv. about is years old. actuation: wllllnitto donnyihluK. Appl7toNo.llUtliht' -tLZZ "TWAN'lltJ) BY AN iNll'.I.LiUil-Sl' UUU W ored Iwy.a situation ns errand boy, or to take rare of a horse, Address Walter Perry. C'rllloofllce Jy2t TXTANTED-BVA YOUTU, EMPLOYMENT YY as stenographer or copyist; a lawyer's of fteopreierrtd. Applicant fully competent. Ad ilrpHsl'lionographer, Crltlo oillco. Jyil -TTTANXKD-'WORU IN A MILK DAIRY YY or would drive wagon! wages notso miicli VY or would drive wagon) wages notsonuicii of an object assteady employment: worlds needed. AddresHM. A. li , rrUlontllra. lv20 FOB EXCHANGEj TrANTffiD-Ti. exchange new toyc ror 01a VV one. at Boiler'. Btov. Kxchang., cor. td and X. smokey chimneys cured or no Pay. St.ve. exchanged for groceries. Old stove, bought. fe27 ivwvvvvw vw v wv-i'ht - - ; TJlKt'-.tfsiiyAt'"iiir. it TSSSSSSSSSSXSSISS h-..rt.tl-j!'jMtikkJitSu, ; .-, A, v.j 1,'J.-.