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ii?Htf'jg.tE!'. .., ,. ... ' i.,ta.J C.', - . ....-w., " --' -' '-' Jl'1l'l . t T," "W.S IK F ITfc'iTt V .. a nfXKTmmmmmimmwFMwmmmmmm wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm TKE EVEOTSTG ClUTiO, WASIHTOTOST, !D. 0.. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1882. M, ! v THE EVENING 01UTI0. Published Dally (Sundays Excepted) 11V TIM! EvonlnKCrltloPubllahlnBCompany Sll NINTH BTni'.ET NOHTIIWKST, WASHINriTON,D. U. TERMS ! RINnt.K ( or 3 (T.NTS 1IY f'AIIIUMI. per Month :i UKNTS nv MAIL ToMai;o'td One Year ,1 no ltr MAlLil'ostago l'nlil) Six Montb a.3 Mall subscrlptlon,Invarlaby In Advance Arrmrss .... EVENING CHITIO PUllLlSttlNO C0M1UN Y, WAKHINnTOVt 1). C. Entered at tho rostolllco In Washington ns sec ond class matter Tuesday, Soptombor S, 1882. To Niimmcr Alucnlccx. rot-sons leaving tlio city during tho summer months can bnvo the evenino oiiitio mallod to their nddrcB?, In nny locality for 31 cents per month, or throo months tor f 1. pnvnblo In ndvnncc. Tnn cnmowill bo found tho bost medium for Hooping nbsontoos thoroughly posted on tvhat transpires at tho Capital. Or ders can bo sent by mall, or loft at tho busi ness otflco. Address changod as olton as dcslrod. - SiNcn tho Attorney-General exploded tho delusion which tho Adjutant-General practiced upon tlio Socictary of War, it Is beginning to bo suspected that ho la nothing hut a sniuoDnim. It is announced In tho "I'crsotinis" that Mr. Merrick will talto an extended tour for recuperation as soon as tho trial Is ovor. Wo don't caro anything about tho trlpj hut, Icing a taxpayer, wo would lko to know whether tho per dlcm goes ou or not. Tiicnn Is tho usual amount of hacking nnd filling about tho yellow fovcr report). Tho truth doubtless Is that thcro lwo boon cases of vomlto at Matauioras and Browns vlllo, but of a sporadic chancier. It Is pretty Into In tho season for tho scourgo to nssumo an epidemic form In nny ovont. Thcro can, hoivccr, bo no harm in enforc ing a strict quarantlno against tho Infected ports.. The reports from Kobcson's district liull cato that tho railroad war upon him was more cffcctlvo than his friends oxpectcd. Tho fight was mado particularly bitter iu Camden County, and tho delegation, which had All along been conceded to Itoboson, was divided. This brought about, as re ported by tho Associated l'icss, a tlo on tho tvholo number of delegates Vi to 13. If this Is a truo statement of tho case, it is probablo that both Itobcson and Nixon will bo retired and somo now man nominated. The Attorncy-Gcucral having decided that tho Government need not sccuro a receipt in full from tho KIdwcll cstato beforo proceeding to reclaim tho flats, work wlllcommcnco immediately. Wo suggest that in appraising tho KIdwcll property for condemnation its present unimproved condition bo taken as a basis of appraise ment. Or perhaps a still hotter way to test tho valuo of tho property would bo to bring suit against tho KIdwcll cstato under tho laws of tho District for main taining a nnlsanco I Happy thought. It was a queer notion that tho recom mendation of thrco of his subordinates should bo mandatory upon tho head of a Department. But a man who Is iu tho habit of obeying his prlvato secretary cannot bo judged by ordinary rulc3. Im plicit obedienco Is a good thing in tho right place. Hut thcro aro occasions whon u Cabinet officer makes himself ridiculous by endeavoring to act as chief clerk to a cabal of bureaucratic subordinates. Perhaps tho mlo that water finds Us owtftlovol was operating in tho case undor consideration. But wo insist that if a man is to enjoy tho irresponsibility of a clerk ho shall ccaso to draw tho salary of a responsible Secretary. IT Dors not seem to us that Lloutonant Gray- don, Unltod States Xnvy.wns guilty otn capital otTonsc, or oven a milder felony. In ciltln.; tho Attention ottho Presldout to ills lnvontlon. Tho rrceldcnt and tho Lloutonant aro both ot tho samo genus ot mammals. 1'onl. Our esteemed contemporary doos not ap pear to tako account ot tho fact that tho Administration was enjoying its vacation at tho tlmo mentioned. To call tho atten tion of an Administration to any useful In vention when It is enjoying itself may not ho a misdemeanor under tho statuto, but It is certainly conduct prejudicial to good discipline In tho military or naval code I.ct tho caso of Lieutenant Graydon bo a warning. Presidents of tho United Statoi aro no longer common men. That may bo thojthcory of tho Constitution but it is not the doctrlno of modern society. It is extremely doubtful whothor any thing will bo dono toward improving tho Navy under tho Appropriation bill passed by tho last Congress. Tho apptoprlatlon was eo involved with provisos, and tho dis cretion of tho Kxccutlvo branch of tbo Government so unlawfully curtallod and crippled, that it Is doubtful whether a valid contract could bo signed under it3 provi sions. Beck, assisted by Sherman and Jngalls, seems to havo dono his work moro effectually than It was at first Imagined. Tho result is that if tho Secrotary of tho Navy wero to advertiso for bids to build tho two now cruisers authorized in tho bill, ho would not get any rcsponslblo oilers. Thcro would bo bids, doubtless ; hut tlioy would coino from persons who could not do tho work, and whoso solo object in bidding would bo to provent tho work bolng dono. Tho conclusion is that wo shall novor bo able to proceed satisfactorily in tho recon struction of our Navy until tho represen tatives of Great Britain in Congross and tho lobby shall havo been Incontinently Touted, horse, foot and dragoons. Thoro 13 u sentiment growing In tho country which will by and by mako tho accomplishment of this task comparatively easy. But just at present wo may as well concludo tha'. British Inflnonco is paramount in oar legislative halls, and until it is overthrown wo cannot rebuild our Navy wlthoui England's consont, which will undoubtedly bo withheld. i IIo for Cono llitcrl To the Editor or The Ktimnq Critic: Tho abovo caption mot tho oyos ot tho road crsof tbo (Irani Armj Journ I it list woolc with a glaring foscrli Hon how to onjoy your eolf. Tho following 1 1 a copy ot a par u raph on tho tlckota soldi "So lmpropor porsons al owed," (1) "Uoblo knights ot tho baton will bo In attendance to rurtbor miko tho trip a delightful one, Our commlttoo Is scloctod for tbo occasion." I do sot with to toy much upon tho subjoct, but would llko to uttor ono Bmall soutonco In reference to moonlight and Sunday excur sions or floating Hades' din, that tho notice bo railed to tbo bonorablo body of Commlsslonnrs that whon an organization posts handbills to licrnld tho nows that a dollghtf ul tlmo Is guar anteed they should be hold to tho samo. Tho Continental aleo ciub,of this city, ad vertised that tboso who wished to onjoy thorn eelrcs should go on tholr excursion, with tho oeeuranto that ovorythlng would bo carried out to tho lottor, thus gulling a great many to tako their families. Hut hearken to tho result I Tho ntonmor J. W, Thompson loft sixth street wharf at 12.85 on Saturday, Sep tember 2, with about fifty or sixty ladles and U70 drunken loafers. As tho boat steamed down tho rotomac, tho loators moandored Uurongn tho ladles' cabin, swearing and curs ing lecnuso they wero compollod to wait until the boat luui pnssoil Alexandria beforo tiny could swill tho horrid mm that was stored behind a rough lioard counter; As sbo sailed past tho boundary 1 1 no 01 tho city, tho gone wan soundod, rallying tho drunks around. Thoy camo nwcaring and howllwr, pushing and """ to eon who would bo tho champion drunk ot tho day (Sunday). Tlio coinniltleo wero all provided with stato-rooms, and tho lallos vfiro compelled toatandup during tho lull, nnco of tho night, holding to their bablos In dread, Tho extra mattresses woro roscnoa for thoBo who drank tho most rum and could curso tlio hardest. Tho email spaco ol tlio aftercablnwas llret allotted to tlioo having families, but that wan roconsldorod by tho commllteo on tho grounds that If tho drunks did not got altlllo respito they would not bo nbloto got up a fight on tho morrow. Tho laaics nnd tholr families woro thoretpro ro nnettcd to go below nnd watch tho working ot tho engine. As daylight approached so did tho drunks tho lr, calling lustily for an eyo-oponer. Uurlng tho night a number ot ttim iinri thnm cloaod tor ronalrs. And thus tho wild rovclry went on. Cuming, Bwoarlng nnd lighting was tho ordor ot tho day. Occa sionally ono would loso an cyo or a section ot Boinopnrtof his body-n Bllco from tho ear, arm or leg, wherever ft could bo reached most handy. Particular mention Bhould bo mado ot Mr. Brown, ono ot tho commlttoo, and tho only ono who stood up to protect tho gentler box. IIo stood nt post during tbo wholo night, urg ing tho rnbblo to desist, but ho could avail but little, ns thoy hod full control and sway, and thetrobjoctwastobo as dlsagrooablo and as prnfsno ns pOBSlblo. When :iho boat landed at tho wharf yostor- day morning at 1 o'clock tho crowd that croBiedtho gang-plank at that solomn hour was, with but ono cxcoptlon, onoot tho worst that o or stood on tho deck ot a privateer. Tho Indies dlil notloavo until daylight. Well might tho John W. Thompson bo cnllod tho " floating noil." It may not b out ot placo to Blato that thcro wero llvo policemen on board tho bfat all members ot tho club and they did not offer to quell tho riots. U. I.ct Vh lime Noma Kcyiitlnti Aln hiiinns. TothiKdUorcf ThtKunino Critic: lias England accorded Arabl Hoy bolllgor cnt rights f Sho Binds flags ot truco to htm, and receives tho Barao from him. nnd In nil other respects treats him as a bolllgorent. This being iho case, would It not bo Intrtul for him td Ibsuo letters ot marquo and ro prlsnl to iruIserB under his ling 1 11 ho would only do so, tho ocean would soon bo covorod with Bnlft and powerfully nrmod crulsors uuilcr his flag, and llttod out by mon who nro anxious to mako monoy and nvongo tho wrongs lnlltctcd ou our commerco by touol cruisers llttcd out nnd mannod by Lngllsh men. lot Arabl Just nuthorlzo such crulsors anil 1-nglnnd would eoon havo commondod to her lips tho mmo cup sho pressed upon us from lbtlltolHUO. llritlah enmmorco would bo swept from tho ocean ns clean as our own was. isn't this thing worth looking Into? Let us havo tbo law on this question, and in n hurry. KEAimnoE. A Chance Tor 'Xm. Totht Editor of The JSitnino Vrltle: I undorBtnnd that Brother Itosccrans Is pay ing pscudo ltopubllcans $1,000 for oach com pilation of slmulatod facts that may bo car ried to him. As soon as this tact becomes generally known, General It. will Und It an up hill business to ralso tbo monoy to pay for nil tho lltciaturo that will bo tondcrod him. Who Is tho next man to soil out ? r.uii. 1'iiy. flcucrnl Drum an Ociicrnl StnrRls' Itcnpiiolutuicnt. Wash. Cor. Bait. Baa. Adjutant General It, C. Drum, ono ot tho Commissioners ot tho Soldiers' llome, eald to day about tho rostoratlon ot General Bturgls to tho governorship t "Tho rocont ordor of tho Secrotary cannot bo construed othcnvlso than as a rcflotlon upon tho members of tho Com mission, Whon ho lssuod tho first ordor ro moving General Sturgls from tho Homo ho claimed to ho In possession of such Informa tion ns would warrant tho promulgation ot tho order. Tho facts In tho caso havo not changod tho least slncothon. Ofcourso I do not mean to crltlclB.0 tho motives that actuntod tho Soc ictary In this matter: but I think ho should havo ndhcred to his original position If ho f olt Justlflcd in directing tho chango In tho first place. "Iho commissioners found It lmposslblo to get nlong harmoniously with General Sturgls, ns ho Is unfitted for tho position bo now holds. I hao no personal feeling against Gonoral bturgls, but I do hold that thcro aro many offi cers lu tho Army who aro bottor qualified tor tho position than ho Is. Yt hen rrosldcnt Gar field Bent for mo to arrango tho detail ot Gcno ral sturglB as go crnor of tho Homo I told him that It ho hunted tho Army lloglstor through and through ho could not And another man so utterly untitled for tho placo nswas Sturgls. l'rceldent Garfield, howevor, Bald that ho was urged to mako tho appointment by numoious friends, nnd It would havo to bo dono." General Drum said ho did not know how tho matter would turn out. Goneral bturgls had refused to co-opornto with tho CommlsBlonors befure, nnd It as not probablo altor all that has been published to tho world for him to do ro now. IIo also Bald that tho statement that bturgls had been dcnlod admission to tho monthly mootlncs of tho board was falso. Ho Bays General Bturgls has only attondod ono racotina Biuco no nccamo governor, uonarni Drum enys Bouator Conger camo to soo him nnd repeated a great many things that Sturgls bad satdjallot which WLrountruo. Tho Gon eral concluded by Haying t "Tho fact ot tho business Is Senator Congor wont tothoSocro tnry nnd nctunlly bulldozed him Into rostorlug General bturgls to tho command of tho Homo." Itcpurtcil Iliiiincir Alive, Unit, fcun To-day. Alnughalilo seono occurred at tho Boyouth rrcclnct, Third Ward registration olllcu, yes tcrdny ntternoon, whero Barnuel Jamoa will Jam llcnry Johnson, colored, appeared as aa applicant tor registration, wringing wun mm, as ho raid, tuo rcspcctahlo colored wltncssos icady to anirra that ho tras still In tho land ot tho Using. IIo said ho went to tho polls last year Avhcro ho bad bceriTotlng (or lUo years, and they told him ho wits doad. IIo ciiKiatu Inted, and eald ho had hot ovon boon slcK, but all to no purpose, Ho ho wont homo nnd told his Kite, who exclaimed t " Mnrcy 1 what's this world coming to. honoyl" "So now I havo comowlth my wltnessos to provol'm allvo." IIo was sent to tho Blxth I'roclnct, whoro ho belonged, and was registered. Tlio Cliolorn Yciir. Kanses City Journal. Tho coming yonr, 1883, will comploto tlio term ol seventeen years slnco tho last cholera cnldemloot 1BUO. THat.was soparatod by n Ukospnco rrom 18 It), and tho visitation ot IbdDwaspiccodcd by that ot 1832. Tlio four tul mortality at Yokohama and Manila, say ing nothing ot tho reportod nppenrnnco ot ,,iu iiieuuiiu ui iuiru, is not inspiring, l)UI thcro is no known roasontvhy cbolora should ho constantly expectod onco in sovontoon j ears. Its ilrst known outbreak was In 1817 lllteen, and not soTontoon, years betoro that ot 18J2. Wo nocd not, therefore, concludo that It Is euro to comoupon us in 1883, but Its nances among tho Islands ot tho rocl llo should load to a ttmoly nbatomont ot thoeo nuisances which provtdo It with to?d. . Sir. Frank Hotro mill Uio Lotteries. Tho following appears 111 tho Now York i'un to day. To tht Editor or the bum Sin i You will obllgo mo by giving au un qunllllcd denial to the statement concerning which you Invito Information, I am not tho attorney ot tho Louisiana Lottorv or nnv other lottery company whatever, Beforo I bo camo chlot clerk ot tho rostomco Department I was asked by a porson purporting to repre sent tho Louisiana Company It I would accept a retainer. Hlnco taking oalco I !iao been asked hy an agout ot tho Kentucky Company to resign and accopt a much largor salary trom his company. Both thoso orrors I do. cllncd.nndl rclato thorn becouso thoy om traco nil I know respecting nny lottery com pany In connection with tho rostofllco De partment. I liae also boen requested nt different tlmos to tnko Interests In various patont dovlcos for posiofm.0 use, but thoso I havo uniformly do cllncd. You may soy for me that I am f roe from any "embarrassing association" whatovor. I havo endeavored to keep myself spot tally indepen dent bocauso of tho personal rolatlon subsist ing between tho rostmastor-aoncral and my self. ' 1 feet quite suro that all thoso who know mo will not need tblsdoulalon my part. You aro at liberty to mako such use of this as you think proper, only I should llko tho dentnlto bo prompt and explicit, I am ory truly yours, IT. II. Howe, Hllll Annllicr. .. ,. Ol'ELIKA, ALJU Nov. 1, 1880. II. II. WAItNEH & Co.: Mii-l havo boon cured of nn aitectlonof tho kidneys by tho uso of jour Kato Kidney nnd Liver Oure. J. 0. UOXDOX, Ly rise cigar at all rotall doalcrs. jKIEEFS SHIRTS, . 487 BEVENTH BT. NORTHWEST, O. P. BUBDETTB, Solo Agent. E, F, HARVEY, UNDEBTAKER, 0I BEVENTH BT. NORTHWEST, Formerly Q33 F Htrcct Nortliwest. The public Ureerectfulty notlfled that I am no iDKer t iui ir Bireei, out ru twvenin tureei noria WMI. Uak. no mlsuute. II. If. UAK VKV, lAKIIAXT'H N!'.I.T,r.It Al'IIIlir.NT. Tin; Aaomvsor ihlious colic, the INIlKSCltlllAllf.n PANGS OP CIW.ONIO IN DlnKaTION.TlinDnnn.ITY'ANDMUNTAIi STuroit mauLTiNa ritoJt a co3tivu HABIT. MAY UK CrilVTAINLY AVOlnnD JYY ItKQULATINa THE BYMTRU WITH that Aunr.EAnLE and i;ritiiiiNa BTANDAHD rnMAKATION, TAltllANrS SEI.TZnil APHItlENT. VllOCUItAIlM: AT ALT, DltUUUISTS. BpSeoil It Corcoran Firo Insurance Co. lias removed to the Korttro est Corner ol TENTH AND F STREETS, where all parties desiring Insuraneo nro requested to call. Units ns low ns thoso of any olhirllrsl cIobs Company. JOHN T. I.TiMM AN, President. A. II. Illllllt, Vice President, J. 1. DVKIt. Kecrelary. spl-M ALMOST A MIRACLE. .Heart nlint William IMpd, formerly a butcher, now of tlio linn or AVIIIInm Kdcn & Co., Block lira l era, iialtlmorc, nays about Kxcrcter i ME8HHS. LaFLEUII & CO. 0Ti,rKv: I havo milTerM with ncuto chroiilo rheumatism Tor twcnty-ilvo or thirty jenrN.ftnilBometlmfBltnasiOriovcrethftt I liftyo l)(cn conllned to tho houso from thrto to x momiisnt aimip. i navoirirHiouroesipnysicians durliiK that llme.both allonathlc and homeonathlc, ana mi mo gaivanini ana mnanpiw 1 count mnr of, I )mo nlfo lifcii nipped, loechdl, blistered nnd lmd numbers of tlillf rent klmlA of llnlmetitn or two weeks I commented to Improvo rajitdly. nnrl nnw. nftPF (nVlntr It. tun m mi tin. ntn In trand liealth. All tho nw rUlnrr and pain aro gone, and I can walk without any trouble all over tho city, ana ijiio d ttiat l w ill io permanently cumi ma short lime. As I n.m,l believe, as well known In fileosed to havo any one call and sqo me thatsnl era w 1th rheumatism, for I believe It 1 almost n mlraclo that Jlxcreter cured mo at my age, up ward of 70 j earn. My general health also has been ftrratly lmproed,aswcll as belnjf cured of the rheumatlni,and I heartily recommend Kxcreter tonlUuirueraaiiUadUsoilicm tnslvc It n trial. WAf. KDEN, 43 North Stricter Btrcet, Baltimore, Md. LaFLKUR'H EXCItETER, tho Great Blood Furlller and Wonder of tho aj;c. Tor ale by all druggist. Hundreds of home testimonials. Bend for circular. IiAFJ.liUU & CO., nu23 Baltimore, Md. UtoMimM IN GLASS. B. W. MEM SOIS I ai 6 F Street Northwest. TBADE STJITIjIEIJ. Irn HOME SUPPLIES. B. HOBI3STS03ST3 020 LOUISANA AVENUE N. W. Dealer In WBSTBSN BBEF. Itolln and Tenderloins Sjicclaltles. Host and chinpeatCutaln tbo city. FBESH POTJXTIVS'- W'o nnpply tho hotels, boarding houses and the U. B. Commissary Department. Jyl8 JDJIHOJCOAIL J. M WHEATLET, "Wholesalo and Iletall Dealer la Bost Qualities Anthraolto and Bit uminous Coal, Pine, Oak and Hickory Wood, Builders' and Contractors'Suppllos Solo Agent for tho Nowborg, N. Y., Plaster, and tho Cumberland, Md., Hydraulic Cement. Fair Prices and Satisfaction Guaranteed. OPPIOE AND YARD, Cor. Intl. Ave, Second nnd O bU. N. TV BOOKS AND STATIONERY. .vW."vWrfArtVA ISTOTICB 1 If j oil w lsh to buy cheap SECOND-HAND SCHOOL, BOOKS, Nearly Now, call at ASEBY'S Antifiuarian Bookstore, No. 1705 Ia. ae near Corcoran Art nailery. AUoonhand'n large assortment of books on every subject at reduced rates. It. J. AHI111Y, spill SCHOOL BOOKS OP EVERY GRADE, AND Satchels, Straps and School Stationery AT THE LOWEST TRICE3. tVIIOLESALB AND RETAIL. a. a. tPTntsETJijj U31 433 NINTII STREET NORTHWEST, New Law and Miscellaneous Books Morawotc on Private Corporations; f 9. Hchouler on Husband and Wife: Id. IU Wi nicest of Fire Insurance Decisions, 2 vols.; 8 SO. Tyler on Infancy and Coverture, 2d edition; M.&0. 1 he Frercs, by Mrs. Alexander; f 1, Prudence, byXucy O. LUllc; &0c Money Making for Ladles; 00c. Physical Education, by Oswold; fl. The II rain and Its Functions, by J, Lnys; fl SO. History of Ancient Jigypt, 2 vols., byI'rof.lUw llnoon; j( Bclence an ence and Culture, bv ! Cultnre, by Prof. Huxley; 1 50. The largest Block of Stationery lnboxea la tho city, W. H. MORRISON, Law Bookseller and Stationer, 475 Penna. ave. n.w. my 11 CXjOSISSTQ- OTCJT S-A-IjB OF CBOQTJET DEOKER & CO., . 1111 P BTREET NOnTHyEHT. SOaETHCISTCa- 3XTTlvri TANNHAU8ER DEER. Brewed by thenergner t Engel nrewlnK Co., and bottled by II. UKSZLl.H & CO., is now ready, and orders can he lelt atu.l!l D street n. w. ap2a CT. A: Oa 03. STONE AND MARBLE WORKS, Oil AND 018 E BTKEET NORTHWEST, are now prepared to receive and execute all or ders for Water Tables, Corbels, Window Hills, Ktone Walls, I'oolw ays, Yard and Lawn Vases, Keystones, water Coolers, Mantelpieces, Beltlnir Coursts. Chimney lops, Horse lllocks, Lawn Walks, Fountain Iloslus. Table Tops, Wainscot lne, Ashlers. Cisterns, Wells, rosts for Corner Lots, Uonuments, Tombstones, Vaults, Grave Caskets, Hewers, Drain I1pe, Curbing of all di mensions, Holld Btone of all kinds for building purposes, of any ahapo or dimension FIRE-PROOF STONE, BTONE CA8KET8 TOll BUIIIAL rCr03EB at tprlcessotoioopercent.less than thesnmear. clescan be obtained In approved natural Htoue tic: or Alurble, Also constantly on hand a full line ol the bost brands of Portland Cemeuts, Lime, Plaster and Iflre-lToollng Material. ' '""" "Bu Headquarters for the celebrated Wood. Carpet and Parquetry 1 loors, '1 Ulug, etc., etc, All desiring any ot the above-named articles can savo a very large percentage. Call, by all means, and we will exhibit to yon articles that are perfect, useful, new and cheap. inyis DENTIST, MIO PBTHJKKTNOHTHWEaT, on r ooo os. fooflwarfl Moti ANNOUNCE THAT TIH.Y OPENINC! AltK DAILY NEW GOODS IN 1YMI DEPARTMENT AND AIIE I'ltEPAItED TO QUOTE THE LOWEST PRICES on ail cLAssns or MERCHANDISE. ONE PRICE ONLY. 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BUY Y-OUR DRY GOODS OY TRUNNEI, ft CLARK, ntilD Mi:i MllltlvKr Hl'AUK. East Washington Advertisements. Puro Cider Vinegar and Spices for Pickling. 10 lbs. of Granulated Sugar for Ono Dollar. rULL LINK Ol1 llHOURRins, MEATS AND VROVIUIONd, at McOnuley &DoinvlK'u, "OUTrt. nvo. Kast. And Del lw Iff t McCauley's, cor. 2d nnd O sts. n. e. A Capitol Hill Convenience For 15 cents j ou can send a message to anybody In this city or Oeortttow n quicker and surer than hy telephone; also tantektrraph to any placo In the United btates on the Western Union wires, by calling at the East Capitol Btattou located In DOOLKY'H DHUtft sroitfe, comer Tlilrd street and Fenna. ave. east. an23 cool 3dk,hstb:s3 6oft Crabs, Tnrtle Boup, Clsm Cliowder, Luxn rlcslnHeasoD. Best Liquors, PliATZ'S, Jyll 210 PKNNA. AVE, OAriTOLHILL. EXCELSIOR 1 ICE CHEAM AND CONFECTIONERY. TINE FRUIT. ALL KINDS. GEORGE WEIDMAN, 803 TA. AVE. , PAI'ITOL HILL. Fioisria Goods Pickled Lamb Tongues, Whlto Clover Honey, Sardines, Totted Goods, Lobsters, Ac, Hll verBprar. Minnesota process Mlouri best In city; l'14Q H bill. I). Kills, Third nnd A sis, s. c. fy STnraLE'a ion obbam heeds no rnAiBn Its reputation Is ccncral. l'arllcs,ramlllcs and dealers supplied, 1 hose ordering for Bunday will please order Baturdayor before 12 m. Hunday, Choice confections and cakes. No. 119 1'u. ave., Capitol Hill. lpj "STAP. bread; ,2.10 H bbl, OP THE EAST," A PANOY family Hour, makes beautiful Virginia rurally, ,1.81 U bbli a coodniour for a small price, try a few lbs. at 4c tier lb., ntJUUN T. 1). l'VLU. Cash Btores, 41m 4th st. s.e.nnd naurihst. s. e. 121 GIVEN AWAY. Clilna, Crockery and cliwiwnreto purchasers of Tea and Co Hoe. KNTLlll'ltIMB '1KA. (O .Hud lTont, cor, 4tn ana min, ave. earn, Uent Old Uov ment Java, ific. pound. Wall Painting and Oaloimining, SIC3-3STS, MARDLING AND ORAININQ. BEPENCILINd FRONTS A SPECIALTY flood workmanship, pure material and mod erate prices, 0. MACNIOHOL, 415 10TH BT. N, W NEXT GAS OFFICE, vxyVJ At B,& P. Freight Depot, GH1GE Scalers In all kinds ol AND HjA.E,3D woods, Maryland Avenue, near 7th st. s. w, WAflniNaTON,D.C, ROBERT H. GRAHAM, CARHIAQE MANUFACTURER, Iteponltory and Factsry, WASIIINQTON, llt-lin mint. n.w. l). o. VT. H. VBERHOPP, Sealer la Wall raners. Window baade., Plcttue yrames. Plctnres, Ac. 10 BEViUiTU UTJUUfT HOUTUWKHT. FOR SALE AND RENT. TOAI, ESTATE BULLBTIN TIIOB, B. WAGCIAMAN, 017 V street, (Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays). TIIREK-STOItY tllltCK AND PnAME H0TJSK3 FOIl BALK. 417 nth st n w, mod lm, 12 rs .tin on) K nth st, mod lm,13 rs 10 wo 1C02 ltthslnw, mod Im.ors oom sioN Yavonw.mod lm, U rs -. oono eos inn st n w, moil lm, u rs ...... ..... s,soo 1X11 lllh st n w, mod lm, 0 rs - .'" 211 Astsp, mod lm, 13 r 7,500 into mh st n w, mod lm, 10 rs 7,wi 1747 r st n w, mod lm, to rs II MO SOI Slat st, mod lm, It rs, n w - 1,W TWOSTORY BRICK AND ERAMK HOUSES FOR 8ALK 1131 Mil nro no.fh.S rs (1,000 17SI nnd 1702 Tstnw, fh.orscacl two 1C08 4th st n w, h h. 0 rs soo 724lltustnc,fh,4 rs - 7n) ooo ltn e, fh.S rs 700 1134 Del nvo n c, f h, 4 rs cm 2 houses., O st, hot 10th nnd nth stss c rm 1342 N Car avo n c, f h, 3 rs 400 837, 830, sll Sd st s c, 4 rs.... 400 TJNtttFROVKD FROFKRTY FOR HALF, l'er IToot. F and 1st sts n w 20o Jloundary, het N Cnn and 1st 2110 HCTenth-strcct road... coo 0 st, hot 1st nnd .hi n w 3)0 N Capt nnd 1st st 'JOo 1 t. bet Mth nnd Z7th n w zoo 2lth St. het I and 1C n w 20o 10th st nnd Boundary n w................ 200 11( St. bet 0 and D s w. 20a Del n e. bet B and a s w 20o HOUSES FOR RKNT, Rent. 831 0 st, mod lm, mrnlshed, n w, 13 rs 4171 0) 1410 K st n w, mod lm, 13 rs 110 00 2d and 11 sts n v, moil lm, t rs 121 01 1141 AldnMinw, mod lm. Is rs ...., 11(1 67 7I)unont Circle, rur, mod lm, 11 rs iroco 2027 1 st n w, mod lm, 21 rs loo 00 1014 ISth st n w, mod lm, 13 rs loo oo 1314 B st s w, mod lm.li rs 4i 00 1747 F st n w, mod lm. 0 rs . 4 1 oo 4S4 II st n w, mod lm, 8 rs 31 oo 41V, 421 1 1 st n w, mod lm, 8 rs each 11 00 408, 410 Mass nvo n w. mod lm. 7 rs men 30 00 STORES, ETC. Fer Annum. 013 and SIS Tst n w, no-v buildings 11,000 X'cr Month. 027 V st n k, 2d floor so a) 0.7 1' st n w, Jd lloor 30 00 Fnrnlnhrd rooms In Hemlnary IlulldlntclleorRo. town. Ofllco rooms In Vernon Row and 3J0 Vi st, LOANS In snms to salt &t4 per cent. The above Is only n small portion ol property on my books. For ftdl list call at oOlce Tor bulle tlns luslif d on 1st ond 15th. np2 BOOTS AND SHOES. vvvwvvvwvvv(vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv To Begin the Season, Wo havo Opened this Week an En lire New Stock of I, J Picket-Toed, Round-Tood & Broad-Toed BOOTS & SHOES Ladies' Fine Kiel Straight and Pob blo Goat. Fjcnch anil Common-Senso Heels, Misses' and Chillis' School Shoes, And following Special Bargains; Kid and Goat Button, 95 cents, Misses' School Shoes, 50 and 75 cts., Boys' Solid Shoes, 75 cent3. L. HEILBBM, 402 Seventh Sti'eet, Blgn-THE OLD WOMAN IN WIHDOW. sepl L One Price Shoo Store. A. L. HAZELTON, 2B SEVENTH ST., Undor Odd-Follows' Hall. L. HEUBEUN'S SHOE HOUSE, 403 BEVKNTK STREET NORTHWEST, blgn of "The Old Woman In Window." Low Shoos and Sllppors at Cost, slo Seventh Btrcet and 1D23 rcna. avo SUMMERRESORTS Fauquier Springs. New Stick nulldlns, with gas nnd electric bells Tho nearest Summer Ilesort Tor Woshlngtoulans Donclt'a Orcliestrs. Tor terms apply to r. TENNEY ft CO.. Nstoual Hotel, T'ashInRtou, or at rauqulcr Bprlngs, W'arrcnton, Va. HATS AND UMBRELLAS. SIOMUNn (lOLIJaiAN, STRAW OPENING. All the Latest Ktyles. 430 Hoventh Htreet Northwest. DANFORTH has MaeTiiOMofHoisEcMl Handreds Started onFortane's Road Selling His goods, for LIGHTING and COOKING. No cnimney, wick, jtinuiing.asues, nui woaie. .ikuk ed In one-half minute: put out In one second. No remnants, decay, nor shrinkage. ACTUAL' NECESSITIES. WANTED-BOO men who will Invest tfoo ts 10, 000 In cpods and posh boIcs la dlflerent Btatooj profit from 3u to SOO per cent. l'loln Btatemtnts backed by sates and good will of purchasers to U who call, with courteous at tention. Oil D BT., nearlOTH (Fot ItuUdlng), WashlniT lngton.D. O. ap21 SHIRTSI SHIRTS I SHIRTS 1 AfloodBblrtfor 60c. A Dnvall Bhlrt for CSc.! finished, 75c A Warasntta Bhlrt for 75c; flnlsned, Mo. A Flailed Ilosom Bulrt for SSci nnlsbod, ,1. Bnlrts to order a specialty, Batls&ctlon gnaran B. D. KLLKUT 4 CO.'B, No. 1113 V street northwest. JUSTICE 01' THE TEACE, NOTAIty I'UBLIO, AND COJI JIISSIONUn Or DEEDS. Ofllce, No, 617 La. aye., opposlto City r, O. Itcsldcncc, 210 E st n. w. Jj-20 B. C- GILL, 710 K BTOEET N0KTUWE3T, Dealer In PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, BRUSHES, AND rAINTEIW' AHTIOLE3. Flrst-Class Material at Lowest Prloes. lea ITY NOT HAVE YOUR FURNITURE ltenalred and Mattresses Renovated by BODY & bONT For they aro among the beat repairers In the D. U. Come, Come all and givo ns a call, AU orders promptly attended to by JOHN H. :BOI-X" & SON, mylCg 01 1 31ST HT. N. W. Gas Cooking Stoves, For Salo at tho Gaslight Office, TENTH BTItEET. apj JOB K,I3STTIlSra-. IU1S NATIONAL. BlSl'DULIOAN JOB PRINTING OFFICE Is the Largest and Most Complete Job Office There Is no need of Oolng Out of the City to get OOUIUOI 1 liiiuucJiJiiii. nn. Ip1ntlnrf riitnu. A 11 V la tue Larccst roster l'rfnted In tho Uest Btyle ol 111! thing from a Bmall Card til A A ! r rrlcen Reasonable and Work First Claw, Est! mates Furnished. ser.1 EEOPEHED AND KEOONSTEUOTED I am In my old corner, SEVENTH and D BTS., where I will oiler Great Inducements In irUKNITUltl!, OAKl'JSTtl, Ho. Upholsterlng.BpeoU.. em COR. SEVENTH AND P BTRKKTB. O -A.il 0? DE3 T 1 3ST C3-S. GEO. WILLNBR, nas In stock a loll line or Oarpetlnjs, all rrade. Oilcloths, Cocoa and Htraw Mattings. Also, latest styles In Wall Paper, Window HliaUes and Ourtala Goods, lire and (Jauie Net Mosqulla Canopies Wire window and Door Hereon.. Prices Low. OEOROH WXIiI.XT33I Ho. -US NINTH BTBXOT NORTHWSST rOR RENT Houses. AdvertUempntA of Thrr llnM undnr thin hexd Inserted 8 times for 23 conta. n ncatJWroom liouse, Ingood comlUlon.nilh wnteri rent!) 3 per month, Annlv 3010 Uimbar- loniwcnup, oporRPiown, wpii) Inon KENT- NO. 311 I)BT. N. V FIU9T block fAt nrcity Hull, on Knoof Metro pollUnHtrcclllallroad. Apply on premises.; rniKMil FOR RENT Rooms. JJ10nnKNT-SnVKnALLAnE,PLKAaANT ? roonin, communicating or separate; wltU noarni grniieman anu wue, or BCimeracu I"' f erred, tSOfl K nt n. v. rerorencrri, p at Tn( on Bi:NT-FuitNrsiiuD noosis, WITH X1 . or ultbont board, for gentlemen only At (nllhun, w. Bpa3y InOIl RENT-THHEI3 COMMUNIOATINQ 7 furnlnlied rooms: cai, water and bath: rea tonablotn parlle nltboitt children. lOiifitlint., between K and In. w. tipl 3tf "7On nENT-DESIllAnLR UNFUIliVISUED jl' , room or rooms ion poo a lenani, or infor to at Ion call at IMP nt n. c. Bp-1 QEVEIIAL GOOD I100M8: ALSO. ONE rV Riitto of roonifl. auttftblo for family, at Clinton House, Beventh and I: table board furnlahcd, i xi iai Hp5-fitt FUIlNlsnED ROOMS. WITH I10A11D; AT0, table board em, at 723 1st at. n.w. ap5-3tf InOR RENT-LARGE rURNISHKD ROOMfl J on Becond iloor.southeaatfront, hot and cold water nnd bath natno lloor; prlvato family: no children; cars pass tbo door. MO 2d St.. cor. H nt. n. w. nei 3lt P1 OR RENT-TIIllEU (3) UNFUIWISIIED sp!3t rooms, 1123 sin st. n. w. IjlOtt RKNT-AVlTIt HOARD, TOOfTTIICR ? or epiiratoly, two liandsomely rurnUlied rooms, wltlibatli. Apply atzwi l'n. uvo. splat ITOR RENT-TO OKNTIiKMnN ONLY. A : nicely fiirnlstied second story roorai (toutltern exposure n Uh or wltliotit board; In northwestern port of cltvi convenient tn tbrce car routes. Ad dress Mrs, Jones, Critic ofllce, until HeptemborO, Hp2-1t ' Irion ri:nt-onr twotory nnicrc liotinp, 4 rooms; COO I)el, n c. s. w. p ;in nd vnnce. Inqulro nt corner store. wpa-it IpOR RENT TWO NEWLY FUIlNISIinD ! comunlcallntr or single rooms; moJerato price; references exchanged. 1143 7th at, u. w, pi-atl FOR RENT-TO DEPARTMENT CLKRKM, Kcntlemen preferred: pleasant furnished rooms and tablo beard at reasonable rates: con trnllormlon. ""Wtthnt. n.w. imffl-r.L FOR RENT Miscellaneous. I7On RENT-A WELTrFURNISIIED OP- lice, second lloor front, opposite the Treas ury; tcrmmnoderate. Addreaa Advertiser, Critic oniro. JuM FOR SALE Houses. IJ10R BALE-THREE BUl'EUB. NEW, TEN ? room bouses, northwest; very cheap for cash this TOeelcjKood homes, or ten per cent. In vcitmentrentcd. Joseph u. Hester, 6ia;ilis' sp-3tt 1T10R BALE-CHEAP. AND ON LONG TIME, jl; n good bouse; s rs. and cellar; large lot; most besold. Apply at 03323d st. auAvct T10I1 BALE-A TWaSTORY PRESS-nitlCIC J front house, nlno rooms, with bath; lot C3x UO feet ton T allej; yard paved from front to rear; la feet of grape arbor with choice pro pes and other fruits, woodshed 12x23 feet; all In good oraer; jno. rzu 4i st. s. w. Apply at IMS Ai st. nuji il ITIOR 8ALK-1228 FOURTH 8T, N. WmTIIRBE- storv bay window frame honse ot seven rooms; km and water; hack and Blda yard with fruit. I nqnlro at 1110 f th st. n. w. miifl-lm FOR SALE Farms. IJOR BALKA FARM OP 178 ACRES ( NINE : room house; peach and apple orchard, with hiui'kuiiu luiiiiiuK iuviiaii5; ltowidc crop; inrRU barn, tie. lvc; ran cBsn,orwoniu irnno tor city propa Apply to'Ihoa.A. Mitchell. No. m V nt. cny. n.w. I7OR BALE A VALUAHLE FARM OF ONE hundred nnd ninety acres. Iff miles from Rockvllle.Md,; nlllmprovemcutsand complete. Apply to j. W, Warner, Attorney, 482 Louisiana avenue. splCt fOR BALE-FARM OF 127 AGRK9. 3 MILE3 JJ from RockIUe, Md., on (Jcorgetown pike; half mllo from Randolph Station, 1), & O. lilt; Improved by frame house, a rooms; also, tenant licuse; large barn, stable, etc.: well watered; largo peach, pear nnd apple orchards; 0 acres In choice crapes. Apply to Abert & Warner, Attor neys.4 la. ave. spMt FOR SALE Miscellaneous. Ijs.011 SALE-AN EXCELLENT HORSE TOR 7 family or business use; sound, safe, reliable; fearless esdrh or or rider andot fine endurance; prlcp.tlSO. 6J7 0at.n.p. apl-3t 1tohbali-a anocrnY btorkj stock. fixtures and Rood uiU, for cash only Ap- pty atiuui new jemcyavo. n. v., cor. i. at. boi jit IOR BALK-A HET OP rCRNITURR. COV- cred with Turkish Bllki twelve pieces, cur tains to match; &t'20li Q street n. w.; tho house for rent el it aWE NEW YORK HAT STORE, 301 PA. ave., has receUed tho new styles for tho winter and fall. Call at once and savo money. spl-6t InOH SALE-A RARE BARGAIN-VERY l handsome rosewood caso piano, 7 octave; In perfect order; embroidered cover and stool, f 133. Also ono 2-stey organ, 833. Worch's Uptown l'lnno 1 looms. 1139 loth st. snl-tt j InOR BALE AN INTEREST IN A CLAIM ! for 4100,000, now pending before Concretw, lavnrably reported ou, for (300 cash, Apply to T. anlttf j, jiiiriii'ii. i. mi x Htv . riMiiii a. PERSONAL MEALH DURING THE BUMMER AND autumn for20 per month at Now York Avenue Hotel; undoubtedly tho best hotel tablo In tho city for tho price. spl-lm TUEY WIN SUCCESS BY DESERVING IT. Shave, S cents; hair cut, 10 cents, at the Old Bland, corner 6th and G sts. n, w., by the celebra ted artistic tonsnrlal artists; tho superiority of their workmanship is their recommendation, ppl-.it HOWSOVfl ICE CREAM, RICH, PURE AND reliable, 1 2-5 a gallon: five gallons, (5; quart tins, a, tins Included. Depot, 1104 12tlt street. near aiuhs. lYte. BDl Jl TO INTRODUCE THE PATTERSON OR gans, I have reduced the price tol79istool and book: handsome walnut caso; height, 72 Inches; length, 41 inches: pqtiai to organs at f iou eisew nere; organs to rent. Worch's Up-town Piano Rooms, lift 10th st. oumw X dowment Association gives Ufa Insurance on i no assessment or common sense pian, uuice, vn g st n w. mylO CONFIDENTIAL ADVICE FREE, ON DE veloplng the size and strength of parts ol tho form, male or female. Bent sealed. Address Erie, M. Co., box 613, BulIUlo, N. Y. my20 TTRKAREfl OF THE OENITO-URINAnY XJ Organs. Blood.Llvcr, Kidneys. Nerves, wo men, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Djspepsla, etc, speed lly and permanently cured write for advice; book free. Dr. B. T. Baker, Box KM. Buflklo. N. Y. mv8 tttjllI'AY roil- TV nlshed communicating rooms; permanent. Addrees U. II. It., Crltlo ofllce. 'sepS-3f TTrANTED- A FAMILY OF THREE TT adults would like to rent some household furniture; would take tho best of ciroof it and fay a reasonable rent for It. Address L. II., City 'ostofllcp. spi -TTTANTED-TWO UNPURNISHED, COM; W munlcatlug rooms; one front, and board for n gentleman, wlfo and child; private rurally preferred; northwest; terms must be moderate, Address, stating terms and locality, Phil, Crltlo ouice. gpi-" WAPili--W 11 UUluiiAii i nis. UAH cluht room houso, furnished; northwestern r ANTED BY OCTOBER 1. A BIX OR part ot tlio cut! no cuuaren. Auqress, K.ivioc location nnd reut per inontn, 11. D., Crltlo oP lice. Mfjl, Jt -TirANTED-A SMALL DWELLING HOUSE. W brick or frame: centrally located; west ol 7tli st ! prlco not over ,2,MX). Tyler & Ituthcrford, Jteal rstale and Insurance, ITm V st. n. w. spa-3t TTTANTED A LADY, ABOUT RETURNING W to Kurope, wishes to dispose ot her well established and good'pnylng millinery and dress- nn Imnicdlatoiiiirrlinsf1!! a SI muiwi ,niiiuuui3, tu rent sacrlflco will he made. Address K. C. K., Crltlo olilce. soJ-3t WANTED -'10 OPEN AN EVENINO school for ladies and gentlemen. Heptpm . . . . -,rn -.... l.n a. till anu Kftud T 10, UVBl Ul ITlVICUtva KUClii &uu.uh "," Ilalcli, C l lllo Ofllce. spl-3t TTT-ANTED-A LADY OF CONalDEIlABLC W eiperlence In teaching liaslieen from force of circumstances, compelled to return to Wash lnuion.and now deniresa few music scholars, terms ery n nsonable, U per monlhor JOnor iiuarlcrl she will lake cbarce ol au Miellsli class In somo seminar l the hist references and credentials. A ildrcss Teacher. Crltlo olilce. anU TTTANTED-M118. M. L. JIoNEIlHANEV W bCKSleavetoluformhcrlrtcudsnndlhepub. llo lhat she Is prepared to give Instructions In hotli vocul and Insirununtal lnualo on the piano by her easy nnd simple method, savlne lots of time and trouble; pupils tauBht to Play well within ilcht lo tweniy-lour lessons; bust ol reference Rlv..: q'5?.5S'3S ''.Ai'.tu. .is , Jl i. 1(111 Ul Hllll sj, nam's mi..- SAMUEL S. SHEDD, 100 NINTII BTKEET NORTHWEST. Oarden Hose, Lawn Sprinklers, Oas Stoves, ovens, Urollers, etc., Slato Mantels, Oas l'Utures, Latrobes, lunges, l'urnaccs, riumblu and nn nlng. 1HOICE COT gLOWEIta rrom my own green-lieuses In Unlontown fu lshlfor.iwo-ioDnni j,,, UO V street northwest. IF YOU WANT TO 11UY, H15I.li, HUM 1 uu trado city or country properly, come nnd see the great bargains at William II. f lain ASlJro'l, hi; Charles Hotel, corner ad St. nnd fenna.av. FREE ADVERTISING. AtUtrtlsanrnta vnttrr th9 head of ' fiUwttloM llnnnl" uUlhtraxftrrbe tnwrtrtttn Tit Eves IN Cnino ttner time UlV.hU H initte nil tctihtng Bltvatlon to mall thrmxehen trt thh ttftr, stniivcraiHrrctrttlnrarcqfCMTW Omre icltl rr rrlvr rtttrful attention lluttnrta atinrttarm'ni thtie linen thice ttmeafor 8.1 cent, WANTED Help remote. TTTAJiTEIJ-A WHITE WOMAN TO COOK. wash and Iron. 610Mtt.n.w, BM ?f "TfTANTJlD-WniTn WOMAN TO COOIC .TV. only; no objections to ono having a hiw- liund! fair wntrptt htltio- rnrnrnnrni for.dlenwoodroftd andHonotlary nt. Bn -TTTANTED-A COOD COOK, WASHEU AND TV Ironer nt nolo Dumbarton avenue; alio.maii and wife on farm In MontRomery Countyirel e rencen required. Apply w Uumbartou avenue Of-orRetown. BoVStt W: ANTKD-A WHITI3 OIIlL ABOUT 17 icarNof ntre:catliolIcn (or iitht hniiuwnritr and caro ofchlm. Apply at 721 i:thBt. n, w. gpft-3t TirANTED- KXPERIENOED HANDS ON IT jaoieir urennca nnu uoaerwear; no worK done out of tho house. Call at U Hftclicrman, .lii 4't si. a, w, BpVTt; WANTED-A GOOD COOK. CALL AT Mrs. J. Rich's. HOQflthst. n.w. pWtt "TTTANTED-A FIR3T.CLAK9 COOK, WITH y f . Kuouciiy rrierencrn; m ply Immediately to Dr. Ulbson, pood city references; white preferred. Ap i wiuuingion ir- PCIIBI. arH3t "TTrANTKD - IMMEDIATELY - AT TIII3 y V Ulobo House, cor. r and 12th sts . two whltn dlnliiK-rooin Rlrla; referencew regulrotl. dpi at WANTKD-TWO YOUNO LADIK4 TO learn tho tailoring trade; nono but neat newers need apply, WlUnt., near 10lh.,ovcrUa rctte ofllco. Lrnl3t! TrANinn-A SCTTJiKD wiiitr WOMAN V toofwlst In Unlit houicwork nnd care for two children. Apply at 429 1st at. n. w. enl "TirANTi;D-A WOMAN TO COOK, WASH TV and Iron, and do general housowork for a family of tno; niimt bo neat, and orlng good retr encen. Apply hetweentf and 12 a. ni.atUUUir rornn ntre-t northwest. gpl Jt- WANTKD-A SRTTLKD WOMAN TO COOIC and do general housework In a-nall prlvatu family. Apply at 022 French St.. between 10 and 12 o'clock. ppl-U WANTKD-A WOMAN TO COOK, WABH andiron for a family of three; no ono need apply unless having the ery best of references. Address or call at 13CJ 14th St., after 3 o'clock p. m. up 2 TTrrANTED-A WHITE OIRL, WHO CAN VV pew on a machine, an houseglrl In a small private family: references required. Address iX, l20N.Y.ave.n.w. . gpi XTTANTED-A WOMAN TO OO INTO TllTl TV country to cook; wash nnd Iron for a small fnmlly; Rood wages Riven to a good cook. Address Ranks Wheat on, I'oatoillce, Montgomery Con nty v Md. wp2-1t T1TA 'ANTED-A GOOD COOK OR CHAMBER- .v V. maid; must bring reference. Apply nt 1 101 Maw. ave. n. w. WANTJOJfeMao. W ANTED-A COMPETENT COLORED waiter nt once; with reference. At 1117 i Bt , tor. 12th n.w. gpi "TTTANTED-A COLLECTOR, ONE WHO YV can sneak German preferred; Rood ref erences lndlnpemable. Address, Btatlng oxperl f nro. W. 1). C. Crltlo ofllce. ipSt WANTED-FOUR nOOD ROYS, FROM IS to 20, to u ork Indoors; also, a few canvass era. Call at 217 H st. n. c, gpi A GENTLEMAN Or GOOD ADDRESS CAN bear of permanent employment If he call upon A.H.Btockmau, 823 Pth at. n.w. spl-3t TTTANTED-AN INTELLIGENT AND AC TV . tivojounfrman, 17 years old, to learn tho AUI dress, statins references,Optum. Critic olilce. Bllf TTrANTED-A RELTAHLE WHITE BOY TV must rosldo with his parents; nico between 17 and 20. Call at the New York lint more, 341 Pennn. nve, pi ANTED-JOO YOUNO LIEN. WHITE OR colored, for service on the Westorn Iron tier; good salary and all expenses paid. Apply l2io yt. MiTVctr WANTED Situations Female. T7-ANTED-BY A RE3PECTABIE COL- TV oied girl, a situation as nurse or general housework. Apply to Isancy Taylor. B at, bet. 16th and linh n. w. ; sp5 TTTnNTED-BY A RI-3PECTABLE COL V V ored woman, n Bltuat Ion to rook, w oh", and Iron reference given. Apply to Johanna Clark. Nn 2217 B St. li.W. gpj TTrANTED-BY A COMI'ETENT WJIITK TV glrl,n situation as chambermaid and nurse orto do plain sewing; wages no object; willing ond obliging. A pnlv at 708 Uth st. n. w. spa TTTANTED-A SITUATION AS NURSE, OR TV In any capacity whern I can mako myself nselul. Address A. M Critic ofllce. sp5 TTr ANTED A SITUATION A8 CHAMDER- TT maia: can give nest or reference. AuJrcss T.B, Crltlo olllcp. sp TTr-ANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE, INDUS. TV trlous lady, employment nn housekeei)er, with tlio privilege of retaining with her her lit tlo three-year-old bor; but Is w tiling to engage In nny honorable buMiicsi. Apply at JOB Det, n.w., be tween 2d ond Jd sts. upVlm -TTJANTED-A LADY WOULD LIKE A TV situation tn a machine ofllco to give in structlons: havo had seeral j curs' experience. Addrpss Minnie, Crltlo ofllce. spf TTT-ANTED-A SITUATION BY AN AMERI VY cnn woman, who Is n good cook, ft neat seamstress and understands thn care of children or Invalids; location outside of Washington; ref erences exchanged. Address E. M.( Critic ofllce. set TrANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COL TV ored w oman, a situation to cook, wash and Ironand to do general housework. Apply No. 2 Cox's alley, bet. Cth nnd 7th, DaudE sts. n.w, Bp4 TTTANTED-BY ONE OF EXPERIENCE, A TV position as housekeeper; good reference. Apply at (QUI st. b.w. TJTANTKD-nY A COMPETENT, RESPEOT- TT atio chambermaid ana wam able chambermaid and waitress (white). a situation; a five years' reference, Address A, a., uruio omce. Ri TTTANTED-A SITUATION THE 1ST OV TV October by a first class bread, cako and pastrycook; used to a hotel pantry. Address boib 3C at. n. w. spj TTrANTED-BY AN HONEST "WOMAN, A TV situation to do washing and Ironing, or ivny other kind of work by day or week. Addrcus Work, Crltlo ofllce. spl TTrANTED-A RESPECTABLE COLORED TV woman wants a situation as a cook or to do general houscw ork in a small family, Addrosi or call to 103) -1th st. n.w, spj WANTED- A SITUATION A8 TIRST class copyist. Address M, M Crltlo olilce. spl TTTANTED-BY A YOUNO LADY. A 81 T- YV uatlon as type-writer. Apply at 010 Tst. n.w. sj)2 WANTED - A FIRST-CLASS DRE-J3-maker would like n position ns scara stress In a famlljj willing to leavo the city or w ould go out by the duy or week; terms moderate. ArtdrowB Competent. Crltlo ofllco. spl WANTED Situations Male. TTTANTED-BY A COLOREDBOY.ASITUA. Y tlon as drh er. Address 02& Nallor's Alley, bet, tth and 10th and L and M. sp WANTED-BYA COIX)nEDROY, A 8ITUA tlon as w alter, Addrcvui uiJ Nallor's alley, ljet. 8th and lOthand LandM. spj TTrANTED-BY A COMPETENT COLORED V man a situation as waiter, Apply at I2i L SI.H.W. Mil TTTANTED-BY A YOUNO MANOroOOD. TV character, and who can furnish letters of recommendation, a situation In store, or anything at wuicu no ran maito a living; woma iikq iu be as ono of the family: board with employer. Address L. 0 Lpeburg iourg vn spl TTTANTED-BY A BOY.lflY'EARS OPAQK, T V a placo in a printing ofllce whero lean finish my trade; wages no object. Address Typo, JM5 Prospect st , (leorgetowii. D. O. p2 BOARDNO. AAIVMVlWAMAA.AA.V. WWAMAW WAV --OAItDINn-CLAUKNDON DININCI AND. j Luncli Houso, DOS r St., opposite Masonlo Temple: recently opened; transient nud regular lioard: llrst-rlsss: prices rnsnnalile. aull lm FOR EXCHANGE. TTTANTED Te exchange new atoyes for old Yy ones at Sutler's btove Kxthaugo, cor. 6th and K. Bmokey chimneys cured or no pay. Steves exchanged for groceries. Old stoves bought. fe27 LOST AND FOUND. LOWMSItKWAllli 1 oil THE IlETUItN OF a dog pip; Bcotch collie, tawny red; hreo months , ofii ansV. ers to name of Jtetl white blojo niheloce; whltofiet.andtlp of tall whlto. u H.Mn.133i(lat. '-"r InOI!NI)-A flllEEN 110AT.WITH AWHITI1 Lorder. double ender, on Losteru llraucli Unls. Apply for pnrl!cularstoTlios.Binlths, Vain. miler wt. .. w. soi It BUSINESS CHANCES. ;TTrANTED-TO BUY LAND B0IUl. Additional Homestead Claims, Slour llallbrccil Scrip, roiiernem wurrunis, Valentino Scrip, llAiintv ijii llounty Lnnd Warrants, Ac. All of the above Land Scrips for sale Addresa n,MllnnW. (l.lllll. ronmlA.st. Cloud Building. Waahlnglon. I). 1). n-am Asthma Can Bo Curod. nn. IIAHVB ASTHMA onilE will be found In all drug Btores. Supply depot, Stptt fc Crom. well, 4S0 Penna. aye. Abo.Qeorge W. UIOWW. Oecrgetown. D. V, myma -4ut?L-A.; &Sih!ss!tt ,m .OTfcVWt-Xiiit ri.1