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BwEfo a 'nT'-TflSi '? ' TSXR EVENING OTITIC, WASHTTOTOK, t. O.. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1882 rHESr Ik my ' TITE EVENING GR1TIC. Published fully (Sundays Excepted) nv TltK EvonlnRCrltloPubllshlnRCompany nit ninth street northwest, Wasihmhton(1. o. TEnMS: SIMILE COM . 3 CENTS nv cAiuur.lt.i'cr Monih its cents JIV MAIMl'mtsgcrsliliOne Year. !!" 11V MAlLiPostnco Paid) Six Month .'" MRU subscription invariably In Advance Annmrss EVENING CTIITIO FUIIMSIIINO COMPANY, WAMIINUTnV, II. 1. Fnlercdat tlio PostolHco In Washington as sec ond class matter. , IVIondavrSoptombor 4, 1882. To Summer AImoiiIcoh, rorsono leaving tho city during tlio summer months can unvo tue EVESiso Chitio malloJ to their address, In any locality, for 35 conts per month, or throo months for ( 1, rmynbloln advance TnE CMTlOwlll bo found tho host medium for kceplne nbsenteea thoroughly posted on what transpires at tho Capital. Or ders canto sent by mall, or loftnt tho busi ness offlco. Address chaneod as ofton as dcslrod. We nro slnd to bco Commissioner .West homo again. Ills trip appoars to have tlono lilm Rood. Summer seems to bo at last fairly ar rived. Yesterday was tho most oppresslro day of tlio season. It may not bo out of placo to remark that tho "I street cllquo" of "society lead ers" lias lately lost two of Its diplomatic pets. If found tlicy should bo returned without reward. BitOTnER Voorhees don't seem to "Jlno, and Jlno In," as our colored frlduds say, with tho rest of tho brethren on tho t irlff question. And this, too, Is vanity and vexation especially tho vex. We commend Jerry Wilson's dlsioctlon of Walsh to tho uses of history. Wohavo Tcad nothing llko It In tho annals of mol cm practice Walsh has achlovcd an Im mortal nnino. Titus Oatcs must hereafter sing small. It js currently reported horo that Mr. Arthur has to stay out of tho city In order to get tlmo to feci that ho Is Presi dent. Tho Intcrvlowcrs don't glvo him tlmo to rcallzo that ho is Chief Magistrate while ho is at tho White Home. TnE President is said to havo caton forty-four clams at a slnglo Inning tho other day in Ithodo Island. Wo can't sco why ho didn't mako It a round four dozou. Tho country would bo really proud of an achievement llko that; but to stop at forty-four Is a sad disappointment. THE ablo young editor of tho 8'tnAay Capital, commenting on tho defeat of tho staff plot to punish General Sturgis, ro marks that "tho pen Is mlghttor than tho cword." Wo don't know how that Is; hut whether tho pen is mightier than tho sword or not, thcro is no denying tho fact that It Eomcttmcs heats tho Drum. AaAiN let us urgo tho New York Repub licans to nominato Folgcr for Governor. If they do wo shall go up to Norwich In November and voto for him If tho In spectors will let us vote. Wo would voto for Folgcr for any ofllco in tho gift of tho people and so would nnyboJy elss wha has had any cxpcrlcnco with him as Secre tary cf tho Treasury. Sin Garnet Wolielev scorns ta bo some thing sucji n general as thoso wo had in command of tho Union forces la tho early part of tho war. Ills bulletins arc very formidable It seems a littlo odd to thoso who havo read tho history of tho cam paigns of Cllvc, Harris, Wcllc3lcy and Lord I-akc in India and of Ahcrcomblo In Egypt,' to eco 30,000 picked English troops held at boy by Arabl's ragmnfuns. In all tho con quest of India tho English never had 3, 000 men in ono command, and up to tho time of tho Mutiny they novcr had abovo that number of European troops at ono tlmo in all India. Tue Chicago Times wants to know what business tho Washington pollco havo to ar rest tho Diplomatic representatives ot for eign nations, and inquires whether tho rulo exempting them from process has been abrogated 1 Not that wo know of. But tho pollco officers, not having tho entree to I street society, wcro not personally acquainted with tho hilarious dlplomates and so v rested them for disorderly conduct. They mistook them for young fellows of peculiar tastes from tho Division. But tho Times need not bo alarmed. No complica tion will como of it. Tho youngsters did not claim tho privileges of their corps, On tho contrary they sailed. . Aritoros of tho reported rupturo be tween tho Secretary of War and tho Quar-tcrmastcr-Oencral, thcro Is a story that ono day, not long since, tho lattor called upon tho former for a "private " Interview, but that during tho cntlro conversation tho officer who Is tho alleged " military bccrctary to tho Secretary" remained at tho War Minister's elbow much to tho embarrassment of tho testy Qunrtorraastcr Ocncral. Aficr leaving tho War Ofllco tho Irato head of bureau is reported to havo eald: "Thcro aroafew things that I can't stand. I don't llko to havo a man ilisputo my count at billiards, put his foot on ray chair when I am playing whist j look over my shoulder and blow clgarotto smoko in my eyes when I am wrestling with tho In tricacies of a flush sequenco, or listen to what I am saying In a prlvato Inter view." This story cannot bo true, as tho Quar termaster-General cannot play billiards and don't know ono card from another. Viewino tho matter philosophically, ono ceases to wonder at tho escapades of tho junior membcrsof tho Diplomatic) Corps Tho marvel is that thcro Is not moro of tho samo sort. In tho first placo wo always got tho worst of tho lot. When a European family of rank has a son who Is uttorly worthless, they get him appointed attache to tho legation at Washington and tell him to "go And a mine." which means "hunt a ilcli American wife.'' Tho English lega tion is tho only notablo oxccptlon to tub mlo i probably because tho British Oov eminent has substantial reasons for desiring creditable representation at our Capital, But tho continental nations Inva riably unload upon us their diplomatic re fuse Then our " loaders of Bocloty," so called, pet and pamper tho young rapscal lions until tboy assumo tho rank of privi leged characters, and escapades such as wo Iiavo recently been called upon to chroolclo nro tho necessary consequonco, Tho point wo mako is that tho lack of eclf-rospect among our own " society pcoplo " is as much to blame for it as any other cause. If all tho scaudab) from this source within tho rast few years had como to light thcro would havo been a great deal of Interesting reading. 1'renelicrii Vnciilloni. Hebrew Leader. Ithasbecomo moro nnJ moro tho fashion for iircnchors to tnko n vacation of from ono to thtco months ovory summer, nwl noma of our fnshlonablo churchCBoro closed for that lonutli of tlmo every season. llyn curious coinci dence tlio doors of tho church nro closod aljout tho enmo tlmo as tho doors of tho theatres. It lsuriwcdtliat tho congregations go out of town, but this of cnurso is not truoot all tho members of any (tlvcn congregation, nnd tho remnant who cnunot got out of town aro lttt to tholr own dcWccs and tho temptations ot tho world, ... ... If tho truths of religion aro such as tho preachers expound from tho pulpit from Sun day to Sunday through tho yonr, thou this habit of taking vacations Is ono that cannot bo defended on niir religious ground, and would puzzlo tho prcachors themselves to account for it, Tho church Is supposed to bo a placo whero pcoplo go for public worship, and as such It ought to bo as continually open as tho old templo at Jeruenlom whoso iwrtals wcro uover closed. It It Is a mero lectiiroroom If religion Is only morality and not wor shipthen It can bo oponoJ or closed any time Hut tlio preachers must como down from tho pedestal on which they havo placed themselves, and con sent to ikjso before tho public n locturers only. As It Is, thoy havo stood up as priosto offering asacrllleo of prayer as tho prlosts ot tlio old templo offered tho aacrlflco ot nosh nnd blood and grain und harvest first fruits and halo loon considered as standing In tho shapo of intercessors between unuors nun mo Al mighty, nnd bearing to man n pocullnr nnd special message from Clod. In tho latter capa city they hno no right to vacations and laxity ot discipline; It only lecturers, thoy can do ns they pleaso or ns their congregations allow them to do. Thcro is no physical need of a vacation for clergymen. 'Ihcy work only ono day In sovon nnd havo an easy tlraoot It. Compared with doctors, and lawyers, with merchants or me chanics, Ihclr labor Is moro play. It lsro markablo to note, lu this connection, that tho Mgh-snlnrled preachers tako tho most fraiuont and tho longost locations. Ministers wltU small salaries stay at their posts. Homotlmes tho clergy get together and mourn over tho progress of Incllfferonco and wondor why it Is i that tho world sooms to grow dodlos?. If thay will look to thomselvos and their ways, they will learn somo of tho rea sons why men pay so lltttobood to what thoy say, Thoy do not act or llvoasltthoro wero any real danger tor anybody In the future. They tako tholr oaso preach as Uttlo as thoy canwhllo earning their salaries and net as It they did everything for hlro and nothing for prlnclplo and zeal for men's souls. When tho outsldo world soes a preacher turn tho koy of lils church or temple, pack his carpot bag and tako a trip to Europe, tho seasldo or tho springs. It winks nt Its nolghbor and says that "tho minister knows which sldo of his bread Is buttered." Thon tho world goes on Its way, mado moro lndlrrerent by the In difference ot tho minister, to whom with groat nptltudo tho question of David's brethren to tho youth who ono day was to ba Israol's king might bo appliods "With whom hast thou left tbeso few sheep In tho wilderness 1" Ilr. D. IV. Ml. 81. Louli rosl-Dlspatch. Dr. D. VT. Bliss, tho leading physician In at tendanco upon iho lato l'rosldont Oarflold, ar rived from Washington city last night, In com pany with Ids wire, nud roglstcrod at tho Southern. Ho Is on routo to Colorado and Now Mexico on a tour ot pleasure, and will bo nbscut several wcoks. This morning tho doc tor and hls'wlfo resumed tholr Journoy West ward. Thov will roturn Octobor 1. anil remain ono week In this city, visiting Irtonds. To a reporter Dr. Bliss sold thnt tho burlolliis lssuod dally concerning tho Into rrcsldont repre sented Mr. UarUeld's exact condition, and wore carefully worded, so ns to embody tho prcciso vlowsof thomodlcaleounsol. Otcoursothoro wcro no prognostications, becauso tho publla might havo beon deceived by thom. Ho had Plncod his sen Ices nt J23.00O, conscientiously bclloUng thom worth that amount. His pr. ato practlco had beon abandoned entirely for thnt ono case, which required his constant at tondnnco nnd injured tils health. JJr. Itoy burn'sblll was for $10 (XX). Tho appropria tion amounted only to 35,600. Nerctnry 1'olgcr'H VlKlt. Vew York Sun. Secretary I'olger, who nrrlvod In this city from Washington on Saturday evening, was In his rooms at tho Hoffman llouso nearly nil day yesterday. In tho ovonlng ho wont out for a walk, and roturnod nt 8:30 o'clock. Horo col cd tow visitors. Tho Secretary said to tho rcportor that ho was not In good health. Ho IB Buffering somowlmt from malaria and tho effects of overwork. Ho will bo absent from Washington about two weeks, ana mayvmit tho Whlto Mountains before his return, ltlx understood that Secretary i'olger eald to friends yesterday that ho would accopt tho Itcpubllean nomination for Goornor If It was tendored to him. Boforo returning to Washing ton ho will havo a conferenco with l'rosldont Arthur. i:icctloiiH III Noiilcinltcr. Thrco States will hold elections In Bsptem ber Arkansas to-day, Vorraont to-morrow, and Malno on tho 11th. Arkansas will elect Btato officers and Legislature, tho Congress men not bolng chosen until November. Thcro nro thrco tickets In tho Held, healed as fol lows i ror aovornor James H. Borry, Demo crat; W. D. SlaWc, Ilcpubllcan, and Itufus 1C, (larland, Oreonbackor. Tho Legislature to bo chosen will elect a Unllod States Senator. At tho lTcsldontlal election tho voto of Arkansas stood: Hancock, (M),1S0 Oarllold, dl-IJUl, nud Weaver, -1,101. Vermont will elect Statoom cors and two Congressmen, tho Stata having lost ono Congressman under tho now ap portlonmont. Tho candidates for Oovornor nro Ocorgo H. Baton, Democrat; John L. Barstow, republican, and C. C. Martin, urccnuacKcr. lua voio oi ormoni lor l'rosl dont was: Hancock, 18,182; Garfield, I5,IKJI; Wearer, 1,21'J. In Malno the only Btato oaicor to bo elected Is Governor, tho candidates for which aro II, SI. rialstod, Greenback-Domo cratlo fusion; V. ltoblo, ltepubllcan: Solon Chase, straight Greenback; W. T, Busils, I'ro hlbltlon, and W. N, Vinton, Indopendont llo publlcan. By tho now apportionment Malno also loses ono Itcpresontatlvo In congress, and as tho Stato has not been rodlstrlctod, tho four will all bo chosen on tho gonoral ticket. Tlio voto of Malno for I'rcsldont In 1H8( wasi Gar Held, 71,0311; Hancock, 00,453; Wcavor, 4,108; Dow, 03. Tor Governor In tho same year tho oto was: Davis, 73,5 tit Flalstod, 73,713: Harrison M. rialstod, 67: scattering, 488. Tho Legislature to bo chosen will cloct a United States Senator. Vimnillful ClrcnmcUlou. Tlio following Is from tho Jowlsli Vroqmt, Ban rrnnclscot A coroner's Jury lu Oakland, In tho caso ot tho Infant son ot Mr. Lory, al leged to lmvo dlod from tho effects ot clroum. clslon performed by Itov. (?) II. J. Schwartz, ot Ban lrnncleco, roturnod a voidlct last Mon. day nleht that death vraB duo to homorruago caused by circumcision unskilfully norformod. In our opinion tho tlmo Is near nt hand when nn example should bo mado of this specimen of Imposttors, who, belonging to tho class oi so-called Ilororonus, tako upon thomsolyes tho responsibility of Imporllllug the llvos ot ourcblldren. Tho coronor's J ury brought lu a verdict that this man Schwartz lias through unskillful work caused tho death of Ian Inno cent babe. Tho law In this caso Is plainly de fined, and If tho facts aro provcli, wo trust that Hchwartz will got tho full bonollt ot It. It Is high tlmo that wo protoct oursolvos against monsters who brandish a woapn o( death over tho bodies ot our children. Dot tor nbollsh tho custom onllroly than tako tho chances ot losing our littlo ones. It this dcllcato operation Is to ho portormed, let no ono daro manipulate that has not boon llttod for tho work by repntablo authority. Lot us havo Immunity from a class ot Impostors who havo for too long a porlod Imposed upon a suffering Jewish community. C'liinlivrliiiKl Conl Itcclon. A special to tho Iialllmoro Sun, from Trost burg, yesterday, sayst "A meeting ot cool company superinten dents was hold lu Cumberland yestorday at tcrnoon, ciuporlnloudont Douglas, of tho Cloorgo's Creek Company, chairman; Super intendent Brackett, ot tho Maryland company, secretnry. Superintendents Duncan Sinclair, ol tho Now York Contrail Thomas, ot thoOon eolldatedt McDonald, ot tho Swanton; Holder mann, ot tho Atlantic; Clark, ot tho American, and Orcon, ot tho llordon compauy, woro pres ent. Tho mooting was to regulate tho pay of outsldo labor at tho inluoj, tho pay ot miners and drivers only bolng llxod by tho companlos' manifesto ot MarUil, tho othors uolug loft to tho superin tendents. Carpenters had boon jtottlug from rmi to S2.GO; blacksmiths, t'J.r.0 to 'J.76; tracklayers, tho samo, and dumpers fi por day boforo tho strike. Tho mooting docldod to rcduco them twenty. three per cent., tho tatlo of reduction for mining, and which Is to go Into effect at onco. other labor outsldo that gets from 1 to tl.is wilt not bo arfoctod. It Is said Judge Douglas brought up tho nuos Hon ol asking a inodlflcailon ot tho companlos' compact so as to allow an Increaso for tho drivers, but tho mooting decltnod to con sider It. Tlio companies on Uoorgo's Creek, wherotho driving Is very dinicult, antlclpato trouble In tho f uturo from tho drivers' ques tion, not so much in tlio nature ot a strlko,ns that all the able-bodied young drivers will la tlmo stop driving at tl.0,1 a day and go to dig ging coal at &0 conts a ton. Ono superintend ent, who can got along very well with, boy driv ers, suggests a plan ot overcoming thodloi culty by the other companies paying their drivers so much per ton for hauling the coal, Thero Is no compact othor than the assent given In the mooting to bind tho companies to yesterday's agreement. 3STOTIC33 1 If you wish to buy cheap SECOND-HAND SCHOOL, BOOKS, Xinrly 2?ew, call at ASEBY'S Antiquarian Bookstore, Xo. 1703 l'a. avp., nenr Corcoran Art Gallery. Alfioon hand n large nuortmcnl of hooks on oviry tubject at rcducid rates, It. J. AHHllV. pm Corcoran Fire Insurance Go. lies icmotcd to tho Northwest Corner ot TENTH AND F STREETS, where all poTtlea dcnlrlng Insuranco nro requested to rail. Jtntcsns low ns thoso of nny otbtriirst class Company, JOItN T. TinHfitAN.rrcMdent, A. H. HKitlt. Vice r resident. J, T. DYKIt. Hccrctftry. Splflt ALMOST A MIRACLE. Head what William Kdon.formcrlr a butcher, now of tho llrtn of William Kden t Co.Btoclc itcalorn, HaUlmore, snys about Kxcrcter i uismis. lafleuh & co. Ofntlkhinj t have Buffer M with nciito chronic rheumatism for twcnty-llvo or thirty j eurs, and nomctlmen It am bo severe that I have bcn conitnpfl to the hotiso from thrco to lx months nt a time. I have tried our best physicians durlniclhattlmcbQthnllonftthlcandhnriicopnthlCt nnd all the enlvanlsts andmnenpthtI could hear of. I )ae also been cupped, leeched, blhtered ami una numbers or uuierem Kin( oi unmicnis rubbed on mo without getting nnv rellcr, I heard ofyour Kxcreter, and, nllhoiiiih I had Riven up nil hope of ever boliur cured, rconcluiled to try U, nndauitbAnktitll did no, for nfter taklnjr It ono or twowceksl commented to Improve rapidly. vu rniuuiy. nm In Rood . nncr inuiiif it iwo mom is. am in cooa health. All ihoswciilnn andpaln nrcRone,and I can walk without any trouble all over the nnd belles o thnt I will ie permanently curcti in a Fhorttlmc. Aslnm, I believe, as well known In JlnltlmoronsmoBt any clllren can he, I will ba pleasrd to havo any one call and sec mo that mil icra with rheumatism, fori bellevolt In almost n mlrncln that Kxcrctcr cured mo nt my nee, up ward cfTOjcnrs. My Rcneral health nlso hanbeen Rrcatly Improved, aswell ns being cureil of tho rheumatism, and I henrllly recommmd Ktcrcter tonlleurretersandridl50lhcm toclve It n trial vf. i:dkn, 45 North Strieker Htreet, lialtlmore, lid. LaFLEUR'8 KXCniCTKH, tho Great Blood Furltler nnd Wonder of tho nice. For sale by all drucalsts. Hundreds of home testimonial. Bend for circular, LaFJiUUR A CO, nu23 Halt I moro, Md. :W(aWifef Hatnral Mineral Water. IN GLASS. B. W. EEED'S SOIS laiB Y Street Northwest. TRADE SUPPLIED. Irn HOME SUPPLIES. D3. E,OBiisrso3sr3 oao LOUISANA AVENUEN. W. Dealer lu WESTERN BEEF. Ttolls nnd Tenderloins Siicclaltles. Best nnd cheapest Cuts lu tho city. FBESH 3?OTTIiTH"5r. Vemrply tho liotels, boarding houses and the V. H. Commissary Department. JylS WOOD AND COHL. J. M WHEATLEY, VTholcsalo and Iletall Dealer In Best Qualities Anthracite nnd Bit uminous Coal, Plnp, Oak and Hlokory Wood, Bulldors and Contractors'Suppllos Solo Afjont for tlio Nowbers, N. 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BUY Yotm DIIY HOODS OP TltUNNKI, A CI.AItlT, mill) to:i M1UIKK I'hi'ach:. East Washington Advertisements. A Capitol Hill Convenience. Por 15 cents you can Bend n message to anybody In Uils city or Oeoreto n quicker nnd surer than by telephone; alio can telegraph to any placo In tlio United Htates on tho western Union wire, by calling nt tho Cast Capitol Htatlon located In UOOLKY'H DUUU bTOHlJ, corner Third street and 1'enna. ave. east. mm COOL IDIEtnxnKS, 6oll Crabs, Turtle Boup, Clara Chowder, Luxu ries In tieason. Best Liquors. :pxj.a.tz's, jrii aio rtarafA. ave., CAriToi,nnj EXCBLSIOE 1 ICE CBEAM AND CONrECTIONEliy, FINE FltUlT. ALL KINPS4. QEORQE WEIDMAN, aoa IA. AVE. . CAI'ITOLniLL. JPXCU&XCi Goods ricWed Ijunb Toueues, Whlto Clover Hooey, Bardlues, Totted (loods, Lobsters, feo, Hll verBpray. Allnnesotaprocess'llourtbest lnclt7l ,140 & bbf. P. Ellis, Third and A sts. s. c, fyi "arr AT5 0F THE EAST," A PANOY IO X -tU famllT rlonr, makes beautiful orcaa;riuH vui. virKininiamuir, ii.w .uu Virginia family, 11.83 i bill; a good,Uour for a small prlre; try n few lbs. at 4c. per it)., nt JOHN T. II. l'YLlif, (,'Mh Btores, 4111 4lh U. n. v., and nail ;th t. s. e. lot GIVEN AWAY. China, Crockery and Rlouware to purchasers of Tea and Cotlee. KNTJJIU'JUHK TKA CO., lied a'ront, cor, 4th and Penn, ave. east, Best Old Gov ment Java. 82c. pound. FAIIETTJIETGr. Wall Painting and Oaloimining, SIC3-3STS, MARBLINQ AND QRAININQ. BErENCILINO FRONTS A SPECIALTY Oood workmanship, pure material and mod crate prices, 0. MAGNIOHOL, 415 10TU BT, N, W.t NEXT GAB OFFICE. my27 At B.&P, Freight Depot, C1BCH & STEPHENSON, Sealer, In all kind, ol AND HA.0R3D -WOODS, Maryland Avenue, near 7th st s. w. WASHINQTON, D, O, E, F. HAEVEY, UNDEETAKEE, 021 BEVKNTII HT. NOTlTIIWFflT. Formerly U33 F Htreet Northwout. The pnbllo Is respectfully notlOed that I am no longer at VU V street, hut v ll.r K, HM Him, ri,u, I I Seventh street north west. JUglBllUIHlBttttH, 11. V. JtAUVMY. SAMUEL S. SHBDD, 400 NINTn STREET NORTHWEST. Garden Hose, Lawn Sprinklers, Oas Stoves, Ovens, Broilers, etc.. Slate Mantels. Gas Fixtures, Latrobca, Ranges, Furnaces, Plumbing and Tin nine. TA7. 3.-A. V JUU-t.idLlJrJr'j H. VEERHOPPj Dealer In Wall Papers, window Saadca, Picture an rapers. winaow ai Frames, llctnres, Ac; IS SEVENTH UTIUUCT noUTHWBfJT. FOR SALE AND RENT. pBALEDTATD DCLLOT1N THOS. E. WAOOAMAN. 017 P street. (Chauges mado Wednesdays and Saturdays), TlIREE-BTOTtY TtniCK AND PKAMK 1IOCSE.1 i'Olt BALE. 47 13th st n w, mod Im, 12 rs ......Iio.mo KO Hlhtt.mwl lin.U rs . 10,00) 1002 14lh stnw. mod lm.srs 0,0O) P19N Yaonw. mod Im, 11 rs.. .' 60S nth st n w, mod Im, H rs 8.M0 ixu nth st n w, mod Im, 9 rs..... . .(") 211 Astso, mod Im.llrs 7,niK) irrjo ITlli st n w, mod lm, 10 r T.iTl 1717 1' st n w, mod lm, 10 rs OKM SOI 21st st, mod Im, It rs, n w C500 TWO-STOItY BRICK AND FItAME 110USES POlt SALE. 1131 iU avo ne, fli,5 rs 11, WO 17M and 1702 T st n w, f h, 0 ra each....... doo lf8 4th st n w, h h. e rs 724 llthstn p,f 11,4 rs.... 700 cuo 1st o, f h,t rs 700 11SI Del a e n e, f h. rs .......... son 2hnmc.,Ut,bctl0tbandlltlislss e x) 1512 N Cnr avo n e, f h, a rs tU7, 8J9, Ml 2d St S 0, 4 rs 400 UNiurnovED wioranTY pom hale. Ter loot. 1' and 1st sis n w 3V3 Jloundary, bet N Cap and 1st 20a Hcve nth-strcct road 20o 0 st, bet 1st nnd ad n w... 20a N Copt nnd 1st st ... 20c 1 st, bet 2f,lh and 271 li n w 20c 21th St. bet I and K n w... 20a 10th st nnd lloundnry n w - 2i)a 13)j tt. bet U nnd D s w UX) Del ave, bet 11 nnd 0 s w 20o houses' ron uknt. Rent. 9.11 0 ft, mod Im, furnished, n w, 1C rs I7S 0) 1116 K st n w, mod lm, 13 rs.. r0 00 2d and 11 sts n w, mod lm, 31 rs 12-1 O) iltl Md ne n w, rood lm, 15 rs no G7 7 liunont Circle, fur, mod lm, 11 rs 1C0 o) 2027 1 st ii w, mod lm, 21 rs loo 00 1014 istli stnw, mod Im. 13 r loam 131 1 Jut s w.modlm.urs... 40 00 1747 r st n w, mod Im. 0 rs M 40 oo 451 It stnw. mod lm.R rs m on 4IP, 421 II st n w, mod Im, 8 rs each .1) CO 4CS, 410 Mass ave n w, mod lm, 7 rs each 39 00 STORES, ETC. l'er Annum. 013 and 815 r st n w, nov buildings- 11,oro l'er Month. 027 V st n w, 2d floor so oi 927 1' st n w, 3d iloor ;n oo Furnished rooms In Kemlnary llulldlng, (leorgo town. Olllco rooms lu Vernon Row and 4J0 41 i st. LOANS In turns to salt at per cent. The above Is only A small portion ol nronertv on my books. Por full list call at olllce for bulle tlns Iwsued on 1st and 15th. sp2 BOWSJNDJHOES. To Begin the Season, "We bave Opened this Wk an Entire New Stock of 11 PickotTToed, Round-Tood & Broad-Tood BOOTS & SHOES Ladies' Fine Kid Straight and Peb ble Goat. French and Common-Senso Heels, Misses' and Chllds' School Shoes, And follonlus Special Bargains: Kid and Qoat Button, 95 cents, Misses' School Shoes, 50 and 75 cts., Boys' Solid Shoes, 75 cents, L. HEILBETJN, 402 Sovonth Sti'oot, Blgn-THE OL11 WOMAN IN WIMDOW. BCpl L One Frico Shoo Store. A. L. HAZELTON, S3 SKVENTU8T., Unflor Ortd-FollowB' Hall. L, HEILBEUN'S SHOE HOUSE, 403 BEVENTO BTUEET NOTtTHWEST, Blgn of "The Old Woman In Window." Low Shooo and Sllppors at Cost. 810 Seventh Btreet sad 1023 Penn. ave. SUMMER RESORTS. Fauquier Springs. New Brick BuUdlng.wUh gas and electric bells Tho nearest Bummer Bcsort for Washlngtonlans Bonch'a Orchestra. Tor terms apply to T. TENNEY & CO., Natonal Hotel, Washington, or at Tauguler Springs, Warren ton, Va. HATS AND UMBRELLAS. BIOMCND & GOLDMAN, hTRAW OI'KNINH. All the Latest Htyles. 4fl Seventh btreet Northwest. DANFORTH has Made onsaiiuS of Homes Pleasant Hundreds Stalled on Fortune's Road Soiling Ills roods, for I.ianTINO and OOOKINO. No chimney, wick, kindling, asbes, nor waste. Light rd In one-half minute; put out In one second. No remnants, decsT, nor shrlnkaeo. ACTUAL NECESSITIES. WANTED-500 men who will Invest 13)0 to I0,. 000 In Roods and push sales In diaerent ritates; protltfrom 30 to Sooner cent. 1'laln sutements backed by sales and rood will or purchasers to all who coll, with courteous at tention. Oil D ST., near lOTH (Post nulWIng), Washing. tnaton.D. O. apll SHIRTS I SHIRTS I SHIRTS I AOoodBhlrtfor 60c, .,., A Mnvnll Khlrlfnr flSfl.! flntshM.7SO. AWamsntta Shirt for 75c: finished, 60o. A Plaited Bosom Shirt for e.lc.1 finished, 1 Shirts to order a specialty. Satisfaction guaran- teei, at H. Tl. KLLKRT A CO.'B. No. 1113 V street northwest. BA.iLtJBii a. 3vnr,i.s, JUSTICE 01' TnE rEACE, NOTARY I'UIILIO, AND COJIMISSIONER Or.DEKDS. Office, No. 017 La. arc, opposlto City I', O. Residence. ilO E st n. w. Jy20 33. a. a-iLXi, 710 K STREET NORTHWEST, Dealer In PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, BRUSHES, AND PAINTERS' RTICLES. Flrst.ClaBS Material at Lowest Prloes. e2 HY NOT HAVE YOUR FURNITURE Itenalred and Mattresses Renovated by BODY & bONr For they are among tlio best repairers in tue v. u. uime, uomo an aim kivu us a call. All orders promptly attonded to by JOHN H. BOX3TT h SON, jnyieg OH HISTBT. N. w. Gas Cooking Stoves, For Bale at the Gaslight Offieo, TENTH STREET. spl JOB FDRHsT'TIlSrca-. THIS NATIONAL HErUULlOAN JOB PRINTING OFFICE Ii tbo Largeet and Mont Complete Job Offlco There Is no need of doing Out .of thoOlty to get yonr Printing dsno. Anything Irom a Bmull Card to the Largest Poster Printed In tho nest stylo ol l3UUt.Il ll A lliiotic't'u'w. Pries' Reasonable and Work First Class, mates Famished. Estl. sep EEOPENED AND EEOONBTBUOTED I am In my old corner, SEVENTH and D BTS., 'whero I will oiler (treat Inducements la lrUltNlTUHU, (JAltl'KTM, Ao. Uph0U..r.ng.8pechl.r.wii.HAMS( en dob, hbvknth and d sTRKirra. a-A.m b t i nsr a-s. GEO. WILLNER, Has In stock a lull lino of Carpeting., all rrade. Oilcloths. Cocoa and Straw Mattings. Also, laUyl styles In Wall Paper, Window Hhadea andOurUlu (loods, Loco and Uuu Net Mosquito OanoplM Wire Window and Door Bcroens. Price. Low. GBOHQB -WXIiliNBIt WO. 80 NINTH BTMCET H0BTHWB8T njMENTJtouscs. Advent win en t of Three llues under this he&4 Inserted 3 times for St cento. I noil JtKNT-8lOJ 2ITU : n neat&room house, Inp BTI11CKV.K. W waterj rcnt)3 per month. Apply 3014 Unnb.r- t'l IIIKUU11 JUI11IIMHI. tVllVM tontivrnno. (ieorgetowti. wi'1 i InOlt UKNT- NO, .111 D HI N. W.. FIHST blnrk ran of City Itntt, on llnoof Metro pollUnHtrcctltallrond. Apply on pre m hoi.; FOR RENTRooms. ' I ndii irnNT-LAnuR runNisnuo xioomb 7 on second Moor, southeast front, hot nnd cold wntcr nnd bath name iloor; prlvato family! no children) cars pass tho door, &04 2d sU cor, II H. BCI-sHf F ,011 IlKNT-TfimSE (3) UNFUIlNiailKD apl-3t rooms, 1123 8tii nt, n. w. Inon iinNT-wiTK iioaiid, ToairrnRR 7 or neparnte1yt two hnndKomely furnished rooms,' Willi i bath. Apply nt2)Ua. nve. npl at 171011 nENT-TO OENTI.nMEN ONLY. A ? nicely furnished necondatory roomi aouthern exposure; w Hli or without board In northwestern part of city: convenient to threo car routes. Ad dress Mrs. Jones, Critic ofllce, until Ucptcmber 0. wp2-at I 71011 IICMT-ONR TW0-8T0IIV BUIOIC ; hoiie, 4 rooms; cod Icl. nve. a. w.: Xln nd vance. Ingulrn nt corner atorr. ap2-.lt InOIl KENT-TWO KEWXiT rURNISIIRD 1 comunlcatlns or BlnKto rooms: moderate price; references exchanged. 1141 7tli st, n. w I noil IlENT-TO DRPAnTMRNTGLKHKH. ? iccntlemen preferred; pleanant furnished rooina nnd tablo board at reoaouablo rates; con tra! location, ".to 6th at. n. w. n20 fit FOR RENT Miscellaneous. ITIOH TIKNT A WElsTj-VITHNinirntl OP- i1 ftrp. Hpcnndllonr front, onnnlta tho TrpM um terms moaeraie. iiuuress Aavcruser.uruio olllrrs lull FOR SALE Houses. .rVWWvVVW''V'4lVV'V'WWVWWV InOlt HALK-TJIUKE SUI'KIin, NEW, TEN- room houses, northwest; very cheap for cash uiiswcck; oooa nomes. on icn per cent, in vestment; rentcu. Joseph (I. Jlcsler, 6197th it. gpfor InOJlSALK-CHEAr, AND ON LONU TIME. n good house; ft rs. and cellar; largo lot; must tio sold. Apply at 03.1 23d st. ITlOn BAT.E-A TWO-STOItY 1'IlESS-IiniOK front house nlno rooms, with bath; lot 21x 1J0 feet ton T alleyt yard paved from front to rinrj to feet of grape arbor ulth choice grapes and other fruits: woodshed 12x25 feell all lugooil order; No. 1214 4,'ist. s. w. Apply nt 1009 41,' st, s. v. aim 12t IjlOll BALK-1228rOUllTII BT. N. W.,THni.E- storv bay window frame houso ot seven rooms: iras am uwaicri uacic anu siae yaru wnn fruit. I nonlro nt 1410 cth st. n, au'JiMm FOR SALE Farms. I7,On8ALIA PAltMOP178ACRKS.NINn- room house; peach nnd applo orchard, with stock and farming utensils: erowluK crop; largo barn, c.; part cash, or would trade for city prop erty. Apply to'Ihos. A. Mitchell, No. UJI V st. 11. w. se2-3t TTlOn SALK-A VALUABLR FARat OP ONIC X? hundred and ninety acres, Vi miles from jtockvllIe.Md.; alllmprovemeutsnud complete. Apply to J. W, Warner, Attorney, 483 Louisiana avenue. apl-Ct ITOIl SALT-rAllM OP 127 ACRES, 3 MIXES 7 from ltockvlllc, Md.. on (ieon;etowu pike; half mile from Randolph Station, 11. A O. lUlt.1 lmproed by framo house, 0 rooms; also, tenant hcuse; largo barn, stable, etc.: well watered; larce peach, pear and applo orchards; fl acres in choice Krapes. Apply t Abertdc Warner, Attor nes.4ii Im, avt. spl fit FOR SALE Miscellaneous. IT10ItSAIJ-A OROCkIvV SronK; HTOCK, tlxturcnnnd cood will, for cash only. Ap ply nt loot New Jersey ave. n. w., cor. K Ht. wet ii InOR SALE-A HITT Ol PURNITUrtn. COV. crcd with Turkish silk; twelve pieces: cur tains to match; at 2015 O street n. w,; tho homo for rent sei-.lt rfllin NEW YORK HAT STORE. 3.11 PA. JL nVe., has received' the now styles for tho winter and fall. Call at onco and save money, apl-ctl I nOll SALK-A RARE BAROAIN-VERY 7 handsome rosewood case piano, 7 octave; In perfect order; embroidered cover and stool, f 131. Also ono ICstey orgnu, 35. Worch's Uptown l'lano Itooms. 113910th at. apl-ctj 1710R SALE AN INTEREST IN A CLAIM 7 for f 100,000, now pending beforo Contcrw, Javorably reported on, for ,3iw caalu Apply to T. A.MItchrll.No.'MlFst..Toom2. auH-tf PERSONAL M1 :alh durino the summer and autumn for '2Q npr month nt New Vnrlc Avenue Hotel; undoubtedly the best hotel taWe In tbeclty for the price. ' apl-liu THEY WIN SUCCESS BY DI3EHVINQ IT. Kb avo, 6 cents; hair cut, 1 cents, at the Old Stand, corner filh and (J sts. n. w by the celebra ted artistic tonsorlal artists; tho superiority of their workmanship Is their recommendation, spl-3t HOWSON'3 ICE CRKAM. RICH, PURE AND reliable, tl.25 n gallon: llvo gallons, tO; quart tins, 3-ric tins Included. Depot, lhHIZih street, near Mass. ae. sol at) TO INTRODUCE THE PATTERSON OR pans, I have red need tho price to 175, stool and book: handsome walnut case; height, 72 Inches; length, -11 Inches: equal to organs at f loo ehewhere; orpanstorcui, Worch's Up-towu Piano Rooms, li:tt loth st. au2llw THE WASHINGTON BENEFICIAL KN dowment Association gives life Insuranco on the assessment or common senue plan, OUlce, 911 P st n w. mylQ CONFIDENTIAL ADVICE FREE, ON DE veloplnir the size and strenirtli ol parts ol therorm.maleor remain. Sent sealod. Address Erie. M. Co.. hoi 813. Buffalo, N. Y. myj) DISEASES OF TnE OENITO-URINAnY Organs. RloodtLlver, Kidneys. Nerves. Wo men, Catarrh, Bronchitis. Dyspepsia, etc., speed lly and permanently cored: write for advice; boolc free. Dr. H. T. Baker. Box 101. nuffalo. N. Y. mv8 BOARDINO. AAAAVAAAAAA BOAItDINO-CLATtENDON DININO AND Lunch lfouse, im F St., opposite Manonlo 'J era pie; recently opened; transient and regular lionrd; ilraiVclawH; prlcos rpaaonnhle. auUdm FOR EXCHANOE. ITTANTED To exchange new stoves for old W ones at Butler's Htovo Exchange, cor. 5th and K. Smokey chimneys cared or no pay. Staves Bxcnangea lor grocpriwi. mqiwimiwuKun tmi - J. J. STJTPHEN, Successor to Sutphen anil ltogors, Broker in Real Estate. r Street 030 Northwost. REFERENCES t A, SAUNDERS, U. B. Senator, Neb.. A. U. WYMAN.U. ti. AssLTrcas., Washington, D. O. WM. Y. HWEESY, Omaha, Neb., and LUSON BROS., Attorncys-at-Law, Washington, D. C, IT10R SALE-IN THE NORTHWEST, A Bid bargain In cholco building lots. Price, liny tents. Also one at sixty cents. Thoso wishing tbita bargains must apply soon. NICE OFFICE ROOMS ON SECOND AND third Moors, tut) l'st, n.w., very cheap to a good tenant. GREAT BARGAIN OUARANTEr- CO.OT feet and (o,ouo leet ol ground, cholco locality, NORTHWEST CORNER ELEVENTH AND K, elegant lot II feet 0 Inches, front on K and to feet im Weventh at a bargain for a lows dajs. A 1'AnTY nAVINo" A BEAUTirUL JX. building Iront, on a concrete street, Inn good location northwest, will sell thrco lotsof every rour very reasuiinuiv. uu.,,,u .m,c-..,. .., i.. nv.,n ,n ,,i,ta funds tn hulk! unouover noil every ... .'....--"'-.----,:,- -r.- . ...M .,,..,,. lourllilot. Tho party which will material!) ,v,ii uivu n uuiiii iu umit Id. v ennanco me vaiuo oi iois sold. This Is tho best Imlmeuient ollered byui ret. and It woiiia nenuvisauioiur parties uesiriug o Invest lltllo or much money to call In and gel tho details. triOR BALE OR EXCHANOE-A NICE JUMP M 'carrlge.jjiSUTpHEN( 0 r HTItKKT N. W. IrtOR RENT-RY 11, II, WARNER. , 1 uiol' Btreet northwest. lomtlistn w... ilo" oo llt1Parkllaco-...t 12 fio oi"i7t st ii w" . S3 ai lasl Dstsw il w liTlNttn w... .... 70 m No-, 7th st road. II o,) irofthstii w...... aoo ww wdi st n w n) loisiMiist woo am Net 1150 imiir,th st lOlll.'.lli st Mia 15th st CO ui ! Cottago Row 10 M loul 12J9 15tli st n w.... 10 00 CO Ol Mil Marlon alley... 8 coui 2HI8 Mbi u w sin 4100 2110 M stll W KOI) a oo urn o st s a.. s oi UI (120 3d sts e 7 SO m oo aia nth st s o 7 oi 80 no Ml 2d st s o. ........ 0 00 'i9S RTI1HES. i:h d hi moo Corcoran st 5J3 N J avo n w.. 1210 O stnw IJii est se 440 K st n w CULst IMiu Md two not litli st n w., ,. 2-JO K st n w 222 K st 11 w lilts lot Ii stnw.... 112411, KtSC tn Rhnti 02J II St n W... 22 oi 1401 Va avo tl m 1 J.M 7th st n w 22 50 8122 M Bt 22 50 iiill'aave W 07 moo 41 07 40 00 MOO 8100 3.15 Vn avo s w.. 211 OU JIU17III Bl . raNJave 2000 Cor 4th ana l s s. 20 00 Cor25tliaudUsts, WOl 1127 14 J avo 11 w.. 11,2021.1.1 1.W ia00 150 MS J) W....... OJU 7U7uSvw.::r iw fi7iiriin' .:::: lul2ili.tnw.. noo 2000 Jth stnw...... woo Onr Weeklyltent List, published every Monday mJnlnV. ?.lalK. complete schedule of our complete BChedule or our and 1 arms oilercd for rent, Houses, Stores, Shops and "rms together Willi 'descriptions, prices, etc., and how they mly be JeenT Property for salolii altparta or the city. Money to loan on real estate. Call, OdU.ciiy, ""'IV'ikwaiinkii.oIO V street. II. JLWARNKIl.oiO K street, FEEE ADYERTISINQ. AittrUumenlt under tUhead of'Sltuatlmt Wanted" and " Help Wanted' uAU hereafter bt interted in True Evksino Ckitio three timet FREE. We invite our friends xclihing litnatiom or help to atail themiclteeof (nil offer. Ansiceri directed in care of CniTio Office mill receite careful attention, llnslnen adrcrlitemrnti three lines three times for 2T, fit. WANTED Help Female. "VirANTKn - IMMi:ilIATRTY AT THK V V Olobe Housei cor. 1 and 12ih sts.. two whlto dliilng-ruoin utrls; rpferences require!. apl-:it 1 1 1 T ANTKD TWO YOUNO T,AT)I1M TO VV learn tho tailoring trade; nono but neat sewers need apply, 1)31 1) st, near loth,, over Oa- IC1IB UUICC, api'JH Tir-ANTRD-A BRTTJiKD WIItTR WOMAN TV to assist In light housenorlc nnd carofor two children. Apply. at 4291st at, n,w. spl W: ANTKD-A WOMAN TO COOK, WASH and Iron, and do central houicwork far a family of two; must bo neat, nud bring good refer encce. Apply between u and 12 a, m, at 1IO Car p,3t- cornn sircci iionnwcsu TTANTED-A BRTTIiRD WOrANTO COOK VV and do ftcnernl liousework In siiall private family. ApntyatKJ French St.. between 10 and 12 o'clock. seiitMi w ANTED-A WOMAN TO ftoK, WASH nnd Iron fnrn fnmllr nl threp! nn ono need apply unless lmvlnff tho very best of reference. Address or call at 13W) llth nt.. after 3 o'clock p. in. . sp'i W ANTED-A WHItE OIRL, WHO CAN sewonnmachlne.ni houseglrl InaaniAlt prlvato family; references required. Address C, 20N, Y. nve. n. w. spi TTrANTEiO-A WOMAN 'VO 00 INTO Till? TT country to cook: wash and Iron for a small famll) pood iiros Riven to a good cook. Address linn Its Wheatou, rostoQlce, Montgomery County, vrrANTED-A aooocooK on oiiAMnnn V.. maid; must bring reference Apply at 101 MnKi. avi. n. w. WANTED Help Male. A GENTLEMAN OP GOOD A1)I)RI9 OAN hear of permanent employment If ho calls upon A.ir.Btockman,82H0th nt. n.w. spl-3t W ANTED-AN INTELLIGENT AND AC tlvn vnunir man. 17vpn.ru nld. Inlpnrnthn drug business. Address, stating referenccs.Oplum, ClUlQOaice. 83.3l W ANTED-A RRLIABLE WHITE BOYi miiflt rrnldf wltti his nnritnti! nun rmtwsxm 17 and SO. Call at the New York Itai more, 301 renna. ave, apl WANTED-100 YOUNG MEN, WHITE OR coIouhI. for service on the western fron tier; good salary and all expenses paid. Apply 121(1 P st. aiiAnttr WANTED Situations Female. WANTErXsrrUATH)N can woman, who Is a good cook, a neat acamstresi and understands the euro of children or Invalids; location outside of Washington; ref erences exchanged. Address E. M,, Critic olllco. set irrANTED-BY A RE3PECTABLE COL- T V ored w oman, a situation to cook, wash and Iron and to do genernl housework. Apply No. 2 Cox'a alley, bet. Cth and 7th, DandE sts, n.w. p4 TrANTED-BY ONE OP EXPERIENCE, A VV position as housekeeper; good reference. Apply at C31 B st, s. w. spl Tir-ANTEI)-nv' A COMPETENT, RESPECT- TT nblo chambermaid and waitress (white), a situation; a five years reference. Address A, A., Critic ofllco. spl XTTANTED-A SITUATION THE 1ST OP pastrycook; used to a hotel pantry, TT uciuueruy n nrsi-ciass orcau, case anu su io a noiei pantry, AuarcMS zuiz spi w- ANTED-BY AN HONEST WOMAN A situation to do wivihln? ami (rnnlnt.nr nnv other kind of work by day or week. AddrcsS Work, Crltlo ofllco. spl "XrANTED-A RESPECTABLE COLO RED TT woman wants a situation as a rook or trj do general housework In a small family. Addrcsi or calltol(Ki04thst.n.w, spj WANTED A .SITUATION AH PIRHT class copyist. Address M. M., Critic olllce. spl W ANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY, A SIT uatlouas type-writer. Apply at 918 Pat. n.w. sp.2 WANTED A FIRST-CLASS maker would like a nonltlnn DRES-3- as seam- stress In a famllyr. willing to leave the city or numuKuuu. uy.iiuuny or wfBKj terms mouenue. Address Competent, Crltlo offlco. Jli fTANTED-BY TWO COLORED WOMEN, VV sltuailonsto wash and iron, or fJr house work. ApplvntNo. VU Stewart's alley, bet.Otti and 10th and N and O sts. n. w. autt VTTANTED-BY A COLORED GIRL Tt an engagement io sew in tamir iv or assist dressmaker. Please call or address 111 L st. an 31 n.w. W ANTED-BY A RESPKOTABLi: COL oredwoman,n situation as chambermaid or nurse; can give good reference. Apply to Cbilsty AnnSecfurs.'lliSt. Domlnlck alley, bet. K and F sts. a. w. aull W ANTED-BY ANINTELLIGENT YOUNO lady.aplacelna mllllnerror lancv store, or would docopjlng: Iian excellent writer. Ad dress N. A .. No. Hlii l)ola. avo. n. o. m anil WANTED Situations Male. W ANTED-BY A COMPETENT COLORRD maliasltuatlouas waiter Apply at 121 L St. s. w. ne! T ANTED-BY A YOUNQ MAN OF OOOIl TT characlcr. and who can furnish letters of recommendation, a situation In store, or anything nt which he can mako a living; would llko to bo ns ono of the family: board with employer. Address L. P., Leesburg. va. spl W ANTED-BY A BOY, 10 YEARS OF AOE. a placo In a printing olllco whero Iran llnlsli my trade; wages no object. Address Typo, lilts Prospect st., Georgctow n, I). O. spa -TT7-.ANTED-A SITUATION AS MANAGER V T or foremen on a farm; references given If required. Address J. W. Davis, Lanham's Stn- tlon. Prlnco Ocorgo County. Md. au3I TTT-ANTED-A YOUNO MAN WMHES A T V position In any or tbe Uovernmeot Depart mentsorlnthe Government Printing Olilco.for which he will give loocali to any one securing htm tho samo. Address N. W. T., Crltlo ofllce. an3t WANTED- Miscellaneous. vrr A NTFll TWO UNFURNISHED COM. wv -"""- rJr-i-Tr-.i c. T T uiuiiicmiuu ruuiiioi uuv uui. uuu uwuiu for n gentleman, Wlfe and clilld; private ftrally j.referred; northwest: terrnrj must bo moderate. Address, elating terms and locality. I'lill, Crltlo onire. apl-3tl IiOR BALK-AN EXCKLLENT nOUSK FOU family or business ue; sound, nafe. reliable; fearlctm as driver or rider andot line endurance: price. $150. CJTQgt. n.c. apl-at "TrANTEI)-nV OCTOBEH 1. A BIX OH T V etKlit room house, Airmailed; northwestern part ol the cltyi no children. Address. Rtvlot location and rent per month, 11, V. JJ., Crltlo ot lice sepl-3t "TTTANTED-A 8MALI. DWELMNd HOUdE. YV brick or frame: centrally located; west ot 7th t.i prlco not over tl,b)0. Tyler & Rutherford, lteal Estate and Insurance, 1 F at. n. w. sp3-3f W ANTED-A LADY, ABOUT ItETURNINa In ttiirnriA- wtAhPl til dlsnnjin ot liRF WPlU to Europe, wishes to dlsposo ot her well Biioil n.nii Lrnnd.navltifr mllllnerv nnd drosn- pBtabllBhed and goodpaylii(r millinery and Ureia- niaklnKbiislneBti; also fumituro for two roomv to ii u iu; uvuruuun, lu reat FncrlUco will ho aillOimeumiopurciinsi'r; u Kreav rucri made. Address K. O. K., Crltlo ofllco. aei-31 xrrANTED IO AN KVENINQ W school for ladles audcentlemcn, Heptem- til VII, Ot'IllflU Addrcfw Ulsa bcr IS; best of rtferenceu given, iinicn, rnio uiuro. spirit W ANTED-A TICKET. TO CINCINNATI. Atitiressij. J,. ji., uriuo oiuce. sun XTTANTED-A LADV WOULD LIKE A TV small room ii n permanent tenant, small room In a prlvato family; would bo Auarosi Annie, uritio ouice. TTTANTED-A COPY or.WALKER'fl RII YM VV Ing dictionary. Address 1). J. M Crllla XTTA ANTED-A LADV OF CONSIDERABLE cxnerlenco In tcachltnr hasbeen from furco VV Mperlencoln tcachlnir of circumstances, compelled to return to Wash- Ington.and now deslrcaa few inusio scliolars; termu very reasonaoie, .i per rooniii or .u ,,r uu,ni Bho will talco charge ot an Kngllsli class In Bomo seminary! tho best references and credentials. AildrfN, Teacher. Crltlo olllce. an2l -TUTANTED-MItS. M. L. McNERlIANEY VV begsleave to Inlorm ber frlendsand tho pub Ho that she Is prepared to git o Instructions In both vocal nnd Instrumental wuslo nn tho piano by her easy and sluiplo method, saving lots of tluio anil trouble; pupils taught to .play well wltlilii light to twenty-lour lessons; best ol rererenco ...T .... ...... A a ...l.u. ,1,11 t .fit ,. ,1. W. gi.eti. v.tiui uuuiw ,w. - -.,-,. N. ll.-Plaiios and organs seli-cled grails. an 19 IP YOU WANT TO RUY, BELL. RENT OR trade city or country property, conio and seo I be ireut bargain, at William lr.tlalu Allros., M.fl'n" les llnlel, comer 3.1 st. and Pmina. nve. ' LOST AND FOUND. T OST-tJREWARl! ron THE RETURN OP Jin dog pupi Scotch collie, tawny 'redi threo months oldl answers to naniB of Heal white btazu IS iiiaiacFi whlto feet, and lip of tall white. 11. I710UNR-A OREEN 110AT.WITH A WH1TW border, donblo-euder, on Eastern llrancli lints. Apply IorpartlcularstoTlioH.Smltlis,Valn atersl.s. w. spi-it BUSINESS CHANCES. H ;TO-ANTED-TO BUY LAND BOlt" Additional Homestead Claims, Slouz ltallbreed Scrip, POlterneia warrants, Valentino Serin. ltlnoSclp, .. ... Bounty Land Warrants, 4c nd Scrips for sale. Address All of the above Land Scrl niAT.an Unrlrm or call on W, U. Hill, room IB, tit. Cloud iiuumng, Washington, , U, Ju2sra ' X .3k.