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) -nj--T ATk, ('VTf i ' - ww t"TvrffjwyfTir ' T THE EVENING CPITIO, WASKmGTOISr, 33. O.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 18812. - . THE EVENING CRITIC. IMbllaliCit Daily (HnndnyBlltccnted) I1Y TIIK EvonlnrrCrltlcPubllahlnn-omnany AM NINTH HTRKKT NOlintWKST, . WaSINNUTOX, D. U. pinoi.15 cor - a rr.STs 11 v t'AUHII.lt.pcr Month :n UKNrri 11Y M.MMrostogornlillOne Year.. ... .fl.no HY MAIL d'o'lnci'Tnlil) fix Mouths -.-3 Mallbubscrltlloiis Invariably In Adtance. evening critic ruiit.taiti.vn company, Washivtov. I). U. Fntercdnt thnrostofilco III Washington as sec ond class matter. Tliursdav, Nov. 2, 1882. AMUSEMCHTS TO-HIOHT. Niillnnnl Thrnlre Pnly's Company In "Mankind." Fnril'H iicrn IIoiinp IIATorly's Masto don Minstrels. Tliontro Cnmlaiio-Varlcty nml tho "Necromancer." Oun nblo niornius contcmnar.trlcs liavo liccti In n slnlo of mind In regard to tho rcorRMiIjatloii of tho forco of tlio Western Associated 1'rcss In tills city anil tho Kilt generally. They liavo Interviewed nml comitcr-lutcrvlcwcil, qticstlonoil and crnss ciicstloncd everybody suspected with being burdcnol by vnluablo Information on tho subject j thoy liavo wondered nnd gticssod at what It all means ; thoy liavo iiltcrnatoly had Jar Gould and James Gordon llcnnctt nt tho back of tho Association, which tUoy nppcnr to consider a new orgmlzatloa; In short, they liavo shown n laudablo deslro to i;lvo their readers thu truo Inwardusst of this movement, whllo at tho samo timo thoy have displayed tho liveliest Ignoranco of tho subject. Yet It Is all slmplo enough. Tho Wmt crn Associated Press, which Includes la Its membership most of tho great Western papers, and which serves a majority of tho other papers of that section, has had a con tract with tho New York Associated Trcsi to furnish It Eastern news. Under this arrangement Now York was tho great news distributing point, nnd tho now, especially from Washington, was ofton colored In a way prejudicial to tho Interests of tho West. Tho Western pipers discovered this, of course, nud now that their contract with tho New York Associated Prcsi is at an end, they proposo t ' do their own nows gathering In tho Km. This necojsltttca tho organization of a nows bureau in this city, 'llcnco all this rothcr nml tho be wilderment of tho great Intellects of our nblo morning contemporaries. We confess that from whero wo sit tho indications of vast success which sotno members of tho Democratic Congressional Committee profess to discern in tho pros pect cf nest week's elections nre not visi ble. It seems to us and our Itiiprosslon is based upon n rovlow of tho situation, not only careful but dlspassiomto that tho actual result will bo a sort of cqultahlo avcrogo between tho extravagant expecta tions of elated Democrats and tho gloomy forebodings cf disheartened Republicans. Tho Democrats thus far have mndo a net gain of fivo Mem bers, nftor deducting their losso3 in Mnino and West Virginia from their ro markablo accessions In Ohio. It appears that thoy will further gain at least two In Indiana, thrco In I'cuusylvaula nml ono or two In Now York. Then they aro likely to loco ono In Delaware, ono in Louisiana, ono in North Carolina, ono in South Carolina, ono In Texas, two In Missouri and from ono to thrco in Virginia. Tho gains which they profess to expect In Wisconsin, Now Jersey, Connecticut nud Now Hampshire aro too problematical to bo reckoned la nny serious calculation at this writ ing. It must bo remembered, ni wo observed tho other day, that thoro is no tidal wavo this year in strictly National politics. Thcro Is no palpable Indication that tho local defections in Now York, Pennsylvania and New Uampshlro oxtond to tho Congressional tickets at all. Tho most that can bo Eald Is that in a cDntc3t betwecu closely-balanced forces and not distinguished by much enthusiasm on cither side, tho Democrats seem to have tomo advantages of position in tho North ern States and to labor uudcr nearly, if not quite, equal disadvantages In tho South. Tho Democratic galu3 thus far, provided tho November cloctrou should mako no further changes In tho aggrcgato, would not control tho House, ns tho organization went last full. But no calculation can bo predicted upon that basis, because, thcro has been n icorgaulzatlou of tho ccalo of icpro eentatlou itself. It was figured somo timo ago that tho now scale of representation, us acted on by tho various States, made 133 euro Democratic districts upou tho ha3ls of tho vote of 1880. Of theso districts thoy liavo lost two in JIaIno and two In Wost Virginia. Ou tho'samo basis tho now scalo of representation made 151 certain Republi can districts. Of theso eight havo been lost In Ohio by defeat and ono In Vermont by shrink age, leaving a net Dcmocratia gain of Ave. Thus, if they gain tho sovon or eight that seem probablo in Indlaua, Now York aud Pennsylvania, and lose tho eight that seem equally probablo In tho Southern Statos, tho Democrats must still depcud upou their problematical chauces of gain else,, whero to glvo them a satisfactory majority. As to chances puro and slmplo, tho Demo crats undoubtedly havo tho best of thorn, llut vlowcd in cool blood, tho situation rrcscnts nothing but chances, nnd those, whllo thoy may bo flattering, are by no means conclusive until tho votes nro counted. Tho Democrats will probably bo ablo to elect tho officers of tho House. Ilut that their majority will boinorotbaujustbaroly enough to entail upon them tho responsi bility cf legislation, wo do not bcllovo. In our opinion tho next Houso will bo vory closely balanced, with a largo clcmont of Independents aud nondescripts that neither party can absolutely depend on, More "rinuco lor tho Uoosc." To Iff JSdltor of Tht Kttnuvj Critic; WhllovfoaroBtonpingotnoxlousn.olsos,lotus mako a clean Job ot It and Hop mora all. ono ot your correspondents ovlocts to tuo stroot-cnr belli, and nnotlicr to Ibo ringing ot cliurob bolls. Well; but what Bhall bo douo with tho newsboys? Every Habbath .morning, especi ally weary and tired citizens worn down with tho labors ot Uio past week havo had slumber clinwj rrom their eyes by crlos ot "A'. 7'll (luv-ttlUI J't-ottt" c, ke. Attor tho nMieuranco ot theso Imps In a neighborhood tliero lsnomoro chanca tor "balmy sloop u knit up tho ravelca looro ot care," and tho victims liave no other cliolco but to crawl out and make tho best ot tho situation. Let us stop all theso nuisances It they aro nuisances. pot us apply to Judgo Write tor u bod-blankot Injunction, broad enough tooovor tho ontlro city, so that tlio whir ot whuoUj, tho clangor anvils, tbo buzzing ot saws am tho roar ot tho inachlno-shopa may all boetlllod into a dead ellence. Thou wo'll hare a quiet city quiet enough to bo called old Nleepy Eyo whora no ffrf man would want to live. Then let the old fogies ot the old corporation days take charge again, and then we'll hare tuixatm, serene town that wo formerly bad", Imtekuou vroa, RtclioIil'M Jlomtoii Nlioo House, 401 l'ennsylvanta avenue, will conllnuo their opening for the balance of this week. Asou jeair prcMutod to each purchaser. thetoneh uniunr Hnlo III Mr. Nioimrr Ouotoily, null lli'liur fiitnliiciK"! "1 I.lll'Clfll. Llbrnrlnu Bjiorrord wasporingovorthoimsos ota iiowptihllcnllonrccclrcil In to-Jy' mill whcnnropoitorof Tun UiiITIO droppol lnt) Iho t'ongu'eslonal Library tills iitlornoon. meat piles ot additional ImoUs and tiamph lets clinked Ihoway on nil nl.lrn, and liiurdor lo reach Mr, Bpollord Iho lsitor clambered over a barrlcado of ninety luibllcatlons In nn elpiitbiivllnra. Tliollbinry was literally tv full for comfort, and tho necessity for njdl tlonnl room was broadly nppurent. "ycVenld Jlr.Hporford, orforluK his callor n cnnlr, "wo havo iccolrod tho books ot tho Tcner library, and n raro collection It Is. You can add that tho specialty ot tho collection consists ot blORrnphlcal works, publications rolallug to local American history, nnd msd lcnl boukn and pamphlots, Amoni; tho lattor nron lino collection of bookB and pamphlets relslliu; to emull-pox, vncclnntlon, nud so forth. Tho largo nmount of manuscript material la tho collection relating to Iho lives nod purl otlo scrrlces of nil pliislclatis and surgootis Mho paitlclpatcd In tho Itovolutlonary war, nud prior to huo. Is unique. Tho collection Is tho result otmany years of rontons nnd lu dcfntlgnblo labor on tho partot tho donor." "Whero havo you placed Dr. Toner's llbrnry T" nsked tho reporter, shooting his clnnco nlong shclrcs ot musty-smelling vol umes, "Tho collection Is at present stored tem porarily In the largo room constructed for tho purptKO directly beneath tho rotunda of tho Capitol, licsldrs this, thcro Is an nlcovo specially devoted to tho Tonor llbrnry In tho north wing of tho Library of Congress. Tho books nro nor lu process of cataloguing, stamping nnd labeling." "1 Imagine," tho icporlcr said, "that tho collection Is worth somothlug." "Oh, yes," Mr. Spofford repllod, "Iho groat vnluo ot this benefaction, which will bo sup rlemcntcdbyaddltloUH from ttmototlmoby Iho liberal donor, will brcomo Increasingly nppnrcnt yenrbyyenr. Dr. Toner will havo thusstlsrnctlon in his llfctlmoof soelng his books dedicated to publlouso nnd his cxnmplo should provo nn Inccntho toothors." Mr. Bpotronl being then callod nwny to hunt up n volume for an npparenlly urgent visitor, tho reporter withdrew. i:itiltullc Jliillillni; ANsncIntlon. The Kqultablo Uulldlng Association held Its third annual meeting at Martin's Hall Woducs day night, 11.11. Twombly, first lco-presldont, In tho chnlr, nnd John Joy ndson secretary. Tho tccrotnry submlttod his report ot tho business for tho yonr, which shows tho re cilpls to linro been 201!,101.t7l dlsburso ments, (201,111X07: balance In tho bank, t'217.1.0. The lonns outstanding amount to tll-IMUl.IJI), and tho total assots aro ilBl, J10.U0. This Is by far the largest nmount of buslines over transacted by nny building ns eocjntlon In this country. Important amend ments wero recommouded by tho board of directors, and woro unanimously ndoptod by tho association. Tho old board was re-elected without opposition, and Is ns follows! President, Alexander Oarduer: llrst vlce-iirCBldent, II, II. Twnmblyi second Ice-president, Thomas Somcrvlllo; secretary, John Joy Kdson; directors, Charles B. llalloy, Ocorgo w. Cosllear, ltos A. l'lsb, Ouorgo W. riiher, U, r. Tullor, Ocorgo W. ltarknoss, F. O.Mlddlcton.A.J.Bchathlrt and 1'. W. Pratt. A largo number ot shares wero taken In tho fourth or now sorlcs of slock, which will soon bocxhaustod, as but tt,0(X) shares woro au thorized to bo Issued. Atthotnonty-sovonth monthly meeting, held Immediately attor tho adjournment of tho nununl nicotine, f 11, 03U wero disposed ot nt nn nrcrago ot (15 per coat. Tho monthly payments nt this rato will bo on return ot principle, 10.83 Interest, 5.11. Iho Interest Is reduced 10 por cont. or 51 cents annually. I.nst Klglit'N JSull nt Aimer's. Tho grand opening ball ot tho season oc curred nt Abncr's beautiful halt last night. Tho Improvements wero vory much admlrod. Tho placo was crowded, and tho f oatures ot tho opening wero dancing aud n grand supper. Among thoeo present wero Mr. and Mrs. Robert Porter, Mr. aud Mrs. B. Applch, Mr. aud Mrs. O. r.bcrly, Miss Annlo Ulotrlch, Mr. nud Mrs. W. Dcnnlson, Dr. Donohoo anl wife, Hon. B. 1', Hounds nnd ladles, Miss Teglor, Miss IIol mulh, Miss 1'ost, Miss Llzzlo Uelsekliig, Miss Mlnnfo Uclscklng, Miss llertlo Bchnelder, Miss Mamlo Bchnelder of Bf. Louts, Miss Uolma Ilrandcs, Miss Mathilda llrandes, Mrs. D. Par sons, Mr. Webber, John L. liurknart, Mr. aud Mrs. Hauson, Miss Llzzlo llurkhart, Mr.Charlcs Locnier, Captain Olloman, Mr. Uruxman and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charlos Lbort, Miss I'.bert, Mr, and Mrs. Mudden, Mr. nnd Mrs. Trembly, Mr. Taylor, Miss Cora Hamilton, Mies Mamlo I.bcrly. Miss Katlo Kborly, Mr. nnd Mre. L. Dletorlcb, Mr, and Mrs, B. Hose, Joe, Paul, Henry Schcele, Allan Porry, Miss U. Dcrnln, Jllss Mattlo Mnce, tho Misses KUllan, Mrs. 1'. Hose and daughter Emma nf Haiti more, John Plant, Trnnk McDermott. I'rank T. Vt'nrd, 1'reil. C. aelseklng. William 1'. Nabers, D. II. Hunter, Charles H. Nallor, Nnt. Oil pliant, Itobert Klotz, Henry Ilrnndos, 1.0in, i:d. Dcnnlson, II. Clark, E. Ulout, and o, w. Ulller. A IICllRlKflll ItCllllIOII. In tho aristocratic and letlrcd West End ot our city Tuesday ovcnlng was a scono of a most pleasant reunion between tho Chief ot tho Secret Scrvlco Division, Colonel James J. llroolts, his family aud tho oOlelnls ot tho division resident In Washington, Tho occa sion ot tho happy gathering, with its attend nnt plcnsures, was a tarowell dlnnorgtren to It. W, (Inge, late chief clerk ot tho division, by Colonel IJrooks. A bountiful ropnst and boau tltulllornldccointlons graced tho hospitable board, greatly enhanced by tho wit and peas antry of tho nssorablod guests. Alter duo Justice had boon dono all show lng thcmsclros good trenchermen, tho guests and hosts sought tho parlors of tho ample residence Mr. John O. Cowlo, In a most np prorrlato and eloquent nddrcss, prosentod to Mr. Qngo a handsomo gold watch and chain, a fiouvonlr nud testlmoulnl of tho high regard nnd feeling with which ho has boon over hold. Colonel Drooks, In bis superb mannor, madon touching address of tarowell, and his accom pushed daughters, presiding at tho piano, deftly touched tho chords to tho swootrofralu. "Aula LangByne," and with tho chorus and tho memories, "Qngo, good byo," Tlio I.nlo JmiiCH 1. Mcltcnil. Captain James P. McEcan, an ol J and highly respected citizen, dlod last ovonlng at 415 New York avenue, no was born In Ilaltlmoro In June, 1805, and removed to Washington about sixty years ago, whou lie married aud entered upon tho business ot bookbinding, which ho followed until recently. Ho was ono of tho founders ot the Washington Light In tantry,)t which ho was successively orderly sergeant, lieutenant and captain, nud nlso at ono timo commanded tho American Jtllles, an anto-bcllum orcanlzatlon. Ho was a promi nent member of tho Ordor ot odd-1'ellows, aud connected with Washington Lodgo for over forty years. Ho was prominent tn local affairs under tho old-tlmo Municipal Oovorumont, ntiil nn.n tnomlmi-nf ilin flltw fViiiiMI fi-rtn. ,1. old Third Ward. Mrs, McKoan,wlio was n Miss unmet a. Bmcius, survives mm, wiiu stx sons nud ono daughter, tho latter Mrs, o, w. Lir ner, of this city, Tlio Unrilclil l'nlr. ManagcA ot thoOnraold ralr havorocolvod many cilcrs of oxhlblls. Thoy havo promises ot somo aery lino oil paintings uover betoro exhibited, and tho itlchmond Paper liox Com pany will mako a vory lino exhibit, Donations luuobcon received from A. D. Vuloiitluo. ot Dennlugton, Vt., who contributes throo cases of ladles' lino not-woolen clothing. Tho Jack son Manufacturing Company, ot Minneapolis, Minn., sent an improvod retrlgerator. ltliai been decided to croct ou tho oast portico of tho Capitol nn Immonso sholl, similar to tbo ones UBOd In lluropo, where tho music will bo sta tioned, tho tost inndo from the dome botng un satisfactory, Tho Htato boards ot Tounossoo, Ohio and Now Jersey met last night and trans acted routlno business, & Suspicions Trl. Uoraco Horn, rrank Arnold and David Hill, who wore attlrod la about enough clothing to havo tilted ono out respectably, woro grouped artistically In tho dock at Police Court to-day, whllo tho clerk read an Information charging them with being Busplclous characters. Tlio youths pleaded not guilty and ati onicer testi fied that tho dofeudants woro ou a tour from Philadelphia to Alexandria by rail gottlng on tho track whon tho trains caught up with them, Tho patty had about twelvo corns among them and their unvoting outat was composed of a rusty rorolvcr and a packot cards. Judge Suoll said that ho would acoopt Iho men's personal bonds to leave Own, Tlio Ilnllluioro V l'ntouuic Iloiiulo Track. Tho grading and masonry work for tho sec ond track ot Iho Ilaltlmoro fc Potomoo liallroad will bo completed by Docombcr 1 for tho on tlro line. The doublo track Is now In uso bo twoon Ilaltlmoro nnd Odonton nnd botweou Wilson's nnd Washington, loavlng 11 1-10 miles ot track yot to bo laid to comploto tlio lino. This portion will bo Unlshod by Decora ber 1, ns far as tho grading and masonry Is concorned. Tho ballasting will bo pushed during tho winter, but it will probably bo March or April beloro tho track-laying win ba gin. It Is expoctod that the entire lino ot doublo truck will bo In operation by tho latter part of Juno next You wTTi rin a at Iho Now York bird store, No. 007 P etroet uoruiwcsi, an sinus oi cagos, also a.inarles, gold-Unches, parrakoots, lovo birds, cardinals, nocking birds, soeds, baths, perches, otc. Amomberotlhoboard ot trustoes ot Mill, vllle, Iowa, advocated an ordlnanco to compel every adult resilient to go to church onco every Sunday. He'd bettor bo travollng Incog nito when the fool killer comoo round. PANTALOONS! Lot -0.11-31 pairs llltio nnJ White Blrln" VMo Lot 7KI-: pairs Hlacle nnd Whllo Pin -stripe, (1.0) 11 "Ko-M prj. llrown nnd White neat (Stripe, (1.01 lot;irs-!pslisLUht(lrny 000 Let 1 isa-sr, pairs ncnt Slrlpe SM The above lots nre extra vnluo lor tlio money, If tip ou-May slop In and examine. &EOEG-E SPRAISY, Ono-Prloo Clotlilor, 507 Seventh Bt, Northwest, OPPOSITE H, B. P03T 0FF1GX. 7ie. via. OLD STOKE. NEW GOODS! E. G. DAVIS, 710 Market Sluice, Cor. KlghtU St. ESTABLISHED IN JSOO. TTAViNo uki:n in muhini;ss3ikhe von Xl-OVirlstccnjcar8,wocJccnURlmotiinnecP3 enry to say to our customers that wo do iiotln duUoln beiisatlonal mHortlsoments or deal In wortlitrs, trnttiycood. Weulyndverthowhat we Imve, and custom cm ran nlwiiyn rely upon lliidliifc till tlio ucucst and moKt reliable R03di upon our conn tern, nt the very lowcit market ptlci h. Comitarlaon of goods and prices invited at nllUmCH. At DAVIS', 711) Mnrlcot Spa co, Cor Klghtli St. N' OWJNHTOCK, A COMPLKTK ASSOUT ment ol all the most flealrnblo Goods In J'rrffs nnd Cloak Trinuntncs. lluttons. Braids nnd Uriiniueutfi: nlno, a prtnt variety or Bhadcs In Vcl vets and riushcs at low prices. At DDja-'VIS'. riLLINKHY nrrAHTMKNT COMPMITK J.t1, Jnnll tlutnoveltleHor the season. I'lill linen of .Handsome Millinery Velvets In all tho now MiadM. .Ladles' and children's Hats, reithcrs, Uucklcs, urnamonte, l'ouipons, etc., In great va rlcty. at 710 MAItKKT SI'AOK, Cor. StllSt. m-st LONDON OOUGH SYRUP. ONLY JO CRXT8. Tho Jlanlcnl Itemedy for CourIis. Colds. Croup, llomscuess. llroneliltli, In clplmt Consumptlon.etc.lt Is purel j ei;etabloand cuntnlns nonarcotlrs. It niny he Riven to the ounKrhllnrantlth perfect safety. nltf SHABPLESS1 rillLADEIiVUIA CANDY l'AUTOHY. runn candiks 'axd oAitAMnLs, ss ctij. pain rouxij. at 410 SEVENTH STREET, UNDER 01)n-ELTJ0VS, HAIU HISTORY REPEATED. Wm.Ptnnslarlcil In this country 200 years njco as n Clothier. Wo conllnuo In the name lino upon elmllar principles of equity nnd economy, only Ith lilarjied facilities fur supplying Men.Youths and Hoys with FhiG Suits, Overcoats, Pauls, Vests, k, Tor about 25 to 40 per cent, less Unn any other es tablishment lu the city, at tho MISFIT STORE COR. TENTH AND F STS. OUR MOTTONo trouble to show goods. P. B. Tho Misfit Store has no connection with nny other concern In tho city. PIANOS. PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC. lia nos and Orcans rented by tho month or quarter, and rent applied to purchase. Planus and Organs sold on monthly InstaN mentB. BoloAcent lor Cleo. Steele t Co., New York; Knursoii I'lano Co, liostout Wilcox & W lit to Organ Co., nnd W. W. Kimball Organ Co. HENRY EBERBAOH, 013 V BTHKirr, llanaelug Partner, ol tho late linn Hills & Co. PIANO TUNING. AND REPAIRING, cr: i". I4TTOA.S, SIS OTlt et., under church, next to Critic oQlce. Used by tlo Or eat Artists and at rirst-cliss Con certs. Oencral Agency, JOHN ft ELLIS & CO., 037 Ponna. Avonue, OCO KEAll TlJiTII ST. OHADNOEY J. REED, 13S SEVENTH STHKET N. W. soli: agent ron this oSSbm MATC1IX.1CSS hnrrn Pianos and tho SIIONINaiCR Cymbclla Organs: luttumy urgan cuuuiiiuuz u iuuiiieio cnimeoi hells, sold on 15 monthly payments. Old Pianos ftiid organs taken In exchauue at lull cosh value. P.H. Ourbctuaro (Jraud Heluckamp piano Is peerless In stylo and quality, and sold for less money and on easier terms than any other. my2 TTALI.KT, DAVIS ft CO.'S IIAN08. j . unriKiunanos a specialty. rwm uii ,iiaiuiiiut'UH. 0C7 II, I,. SUMNEU. 811 Oth St. Jl. w. E. F, HAEVEY, UNDERTAIEE, QUI BRVKNT1I HT. NOTLTItWISlT. IToriuerly 03M F Htrcot Northwest. The publlo Is respectfully notified that Inmno l.nicer at 0.1-j I' street, but v. iKer hh. i' eiroei. nuiirci 1 tioventti ntreet north Wrtl aiHKe uu mwitijto. . IT. JLA.lt vy, a .a. E, at? b t x dnt a- s. GEO. WILLNER, )Im In stock a tall lino of Oarpetlngs, all rradea OUclothB.fJouoaand Htraw Maulnpi. Also, latest tylf s lu Wall Taper, Window Mhadcn and Curtain Uoods. Ijire and Uaom Net MouqoJto OsmoplM Wire window lud Door Bcitwos. Prices Low No, 4fl9 NINTH ST1UUIT N0HT 11 WEST any goods. HMPSTONE & PEMT KntlreNew Btoclc or Tall Dry (londi, Colored Bilks, HAtltis, lllinilnmcs Ottomans Velvets and 1'luilMs, Plain nnd Ilrncadcd. AIIHhMot. 1-tipln's ('rlplirnted Coshtncres, &0. 0rc..753. nnd (I. -Ml shades. 43 Inch bhouila CIctli. Sou., elite., "c, l)i c, 11 and Winch 'Corded Cashmeres nnd Illlllard Cloths. U Ladles' Cloths Wile fAj. and laijp. All shades, n-l I-aillrs' Clotli. Jl ami ll.il. All shnites. j.ui-iN'H cKt.i:iiitAii:u iiijAUK cash. JIKlIKH, JIOUltNIM OOdlH AND i;.NU IiIMII Oltl'l'JM A Bl'KCI.M.TV. rianndsandlllankctsn line hue. .. . Oreat liargalns In our l.lncn Department, Hosiery and Uiideiucar.nfull stock. Novelties In Handkerchief, at popular prices. Our liome.tlo Department Iscompleto nnd nt bot tom prices. HEMPSTONE & PERRY 803 Ponna. Avonuo. SM2CCU uouiiLn r.oi:i) Qood Oros Qraln Slltts, St to 52. Good Silk Velvets, Si. 50 to $3-7S ig-inch Silk Plushes, $a.jo. Trimming Plaids and Stripes, Plain and Twilled Ladles' Cloths, Embroidered Combination Suits. TYLER & CHEWNIM, 018 BEVESTH STHEET N. W. T1IEL k CLARK HAVE 811 Markot Spaco. A Bare Bargain in Linen HITs. tomo of these coods are sllshtly Imperfect, thereby enabling us to sell them nt less than half tho usual prices. Gentlemen's rnre White Llnca Handkerchiefs, 10a, 12(c, ISc. and iMc. Gent's Colored Ilordcr, ISc., SOc. and OJc. LndUB' Handkerchiefs from 12!o up. Plushes, Velvets, Cashmeres and Dres3 Goods; also, Underwear, Domestics , and Flannels in Great Variety. L. BEHREND'S DALTIMOIIE OASU STOIIK, 008 SEVENTH BTBEET N. f. SAVE 25 PER CENT. ON LATEST STYLES Oloaks, Dolmans, Ulsters, Ladies' Jackets, and New Pall Dress Goods, at or. b. "sroxj3sro-'s3 7.10 7TII bT.. NEAIt H. GEO. F. HARBIN, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &c. OILCLOTHS AND MATTINGS, 819 Pennsylvania avc. s. e., Capitol Hill. myjo buy vonn Linen Damasks, Napkins and Towels or LTJTTRELL & WINE, BOTH ST. AND l'ENNA. AVE. my6 GUINNTP, DAY & CO., SILIEZS, 830. 833 AND 82 1 SEVENTH BT. N. W. FALL AND WINTER DryGooda. KowOpenlns Tull Lino of TAllnud "Wlnttr Ury Uoods. at popular prices. WM. R. RILEY. MLKY I1TJILDIN0, COlt. NINTH AND E STS. Sontb Wasliiniton Aflvertiseinents ADLER BROTHERS, Dealers In Boots, Shoes and Rubbers. Ladles' Tine KM nation, fun. Largo Stock ol New uoods Just ileccUcd. Call and examine. 501 Foiir-and-a-half Street SQuthweat. -w:m. h. BA.TJ3vn, Doalor In WOOD AND COAL, COn. SEVENTH AND D BTB. S. W. Teams run to all parts of tho city, and families, hotels and olllccs can be supplied with the utmost promptness. If you want to buy the best quality of Coal and Wood ko lo ro3sr vnii.ij.i- Moln onicc, Depot and Kindling Wood Mill, Ui st. and Va. nve, s. w. Branch oulccs, 62) Jth st. n. w. and Ui li st. s. e. Iho trade supplied. Tele, nhonlo connection. I handle tlio vcrv nest oualltv ol Antbraclto aud Llllumlnous Coal. I buy lor rash only, and therefor my prices aro hard to heat. Coal received direct hy rull Irom the mines and kept under co er. Orders delivered promptly Inanvpartot the city, oc3 r "VV". B.H.33,, Jf annlheturer and Dealer In STOVES, TIN AND BIIEKT.IUON WAlti:, lln Hoofing, OUtterlng and bpontlnif , Plumbing and Oas-l'lttlnfc. Nos. 401 nud 403 rJcienth Street B. W. AHWork done at short notice. Terms reason able. oc3 MOUNT VERNON DAIRY. Nothlimhut mire, unadulterated Milk and Cream sold; lino llulter a specialty, 1'rompt delivery, T, O, ?f.r;'" CPU, JgTn AND USTllHE-1-H B0UTHE3T. OIGARS AND TOBAOOO. Tho best quality or Cigar nnd Tobacco In Vholesalo mid Itetall Quantities can bo bought at 0. BOYER'S Emporium, 311 4) Bt. S. W. A Bpeclalty Is madeol keeping tho best brands. PRICE'S DRUG STORE, 1.0 BEVENTII BTItUCT B0UT1IWT, ronllnuesto be Iho leading riiarmacy In South Washington. Medicines or nil kinds uro sold at reasonable rales. A specialty Is made of com pounding pjivslcl.ns' prescrlpllons. oc7 Tho-Best SI School Shoo in tho D.O. 2c. arJ COc. Unrterwpar. ho I J, N.M, V and uiilldrcn 's School Bulla. hlnfile Panta.7fio,wo. aud II up. Iioj ' Hcliool hulls from f M, i anl II up. h). uud 7fio. Bclioot llat. l)rrkiHatn,7-c. and ft up. Job Lot Bhoea at half value, Utii'flaiHl lioja' l'niit, from ft to l.-CJrcatllar-Baliif. J. W. SELBY, 1011-1010 I'onnsjlvunln Avonuo. DARBY, Newspaper, Book and Job Printer, 13- NXHTJI HTIUIET NOUT1IWI5ST. Jtft' Dnnrl IP la prepared to print Newnnapera, Hooks, ram rhleli. ArEumema, Jlrlef-. Uataloxuci, Jllanka, CArculan, CrcU),4ut..ut.(ai uliort notlofl, In tb btst stvle. at low Drlce HatUfiu'tlnn guarantoM, ttp'JA itujrua ji, JJAHUV, ron SALE AND liEHT. V1IALEHTAT HDLLBTIM THOfl. E. WAHUASTAN. 017 V street. (Channes made Wednesday s and Hsturdvys), THREK-RTOIIY 1IUICR AND FIIAMK ItaUSKI FOit HAI.I- lIMlllhstnw. modlm, 12 rs tut,030 sir. nth st ii w. mod iiu, is rs ii.vm ii.ii K stnw.niedlni.llrs , lo,v in! nth mu ir. mud lm, ors n.m tiltiN Y nvenw, modlni.l. r ." cos 11th itnv, mod lm, 11 rs s,wo nit nth st n w, mod liu.ti rs s.ooi 111 A st s p, mod lm, 12 rs 7,mo 1747 1' st n w, mod lm, to rs 0 wo MM 21st n w, modlm, Urs iUm TWO-STOIIY BlllOrC AND FllAMB HOUSEB i'OIt HALE. lSMOst.n.v..f. h.,mod lm,7rs 12,810 611 oth st n p, f h, rnnl lm.7 rs 2,'m I2J1 loib st s e, mod lm, h h, s ta .Ano llljllistn w, bh, modlm 8rs- 2,100 rai H st n e, mod lu, u rs 2.1'") 1211 I'nne, modlm, fh.sp.Srs 2,210 as i; cant st n o, rii. mod lm.7 rs 2,10) 1VIS Uli st n w, h h, mod lm.7 rs 2.I00 819 22d st 11 w, f h. mod lm, 0 rs 2.0110 1:10 null it n w, f h,6 rs 2,imi iTNiitrnovED PiiopnitTY ron halr. Per Foot. P st, het N J avo and Mh sts 11 w 70o LsttbetConnavenndlsthst 11 w . coo 2tonrop pt, tict lfith and 17lh n w 000 H st, bet N Hnmp nvo and Ulh st n w..., 50a OrcKOli St. bet N letup nvonnd ISth st u w..... AOo W si, bet loth nnd lloiindary n v )V)o T st, bctfilhand Dill u w &)2 ?r.th si, bet K nnd L n w Mo till st het N nnd O st Wo MOUSES FOP. HKNT. Rent, irai st n w. mod lm, II rs M 00 )'.-.n N Y nve, Mr, mod lm, 11 rs , ) c 714 K st 11 w, mod lm, poss Nov. 1, 11) r. ill 00 421 4)1 st s w, mod lm. storo and u rs 2i 0) 21 1 3d tt s w, (I rs H 00 7(iti llitnw.lrt lloor, 2 rs n 01 2111 M st 11 k. 7 rs n o) ml ith nn-, s rs no) 2.C1O 7th st 11 w, rs 12 no 1213 )i st s w, 7 rs 1. 73 BTOltla, c. Ter Annum. 013 r st l.ooj l'er Atonth. Oil rib st, modlm .!i 00 007 nth st n o.) 11 12 N Capt St.... 20 00 439 7lh St 21 00 LOANS In sums to snit at C per cent. AUCTION BALK. On Thursday, November 2, at 1 o'clock p.m. No.olirst.n.w. The above Is only n small portion ol property on my books. For foil list call at oQlce for hullo tlnnlnmipd on Inland 1Mb. oreM BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, Wholesftlonnrt Itctall, OC3 423 NINTH BTIIEKT NOUTnWEaT. SCHOOL BOOKS. Tho usual supply or Books In uio In the Tabllc nnd Private Schools now ready and offered at the very lowest prices. A ho, Slates, Paper and every thing ueeded for a school outllt. N2.W LAW HOOKS. I.ndl!ch's Law ot Building Association, (0. Keller's Contracts of Married Women, ?0. Taylor's Exonerative Insanity, ?i W. H. MORRISON, Iaw Bookseller and Stationer, sp!2 47S Ppnna. ave. n w. BOOKS, ETO FOR SCHOOL. DECKER & CO., 11 II r BTRKKT N. W. STOVES. .MVtV VWXV 0"S. 33,1 1:.R.7.07"rlJ 1100 rOURTEENTn STREET N.W. LATKOnES, HAN0E8, fuhnaces AND llOUSEFUItNIBJIINU UOOUlj. Tinning. Plumbing, Oasflttlng, etc. Jr81 W. H. HARROVBR, 013 BEVH-NTH STREET NOKTHWEST, STOVES, RANGES nnd HEATEHS, nOUBK-FUIlNrHniNO OOODQ. STOVE AND yUltNAOK HKPaIBH. HAYWAED & HUTOELNSON. riumblnc, Pnrnoces, Itan.es and Mantles 817 Ninth street n, vr. Eranch.Klchteenth aud 1 streets. Dupont clrclo. THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT COOKING STOVES and RANGES to bo found In tho city, at low prices. W. B. rS d CO.. No. 717 BF.VENTIT BTTtBlTT N. W. WOOD AND COAL. vvvwwyv J. M WHEATLEY, wnoies&ie anu itciau ueaier in Bost Qualities Anthraolto and Bit uminous Coal, Pino, Oak and Hickory Wood, Builders' and Contraotors'Suppllos Solo Anontfortho-Nowberg, N. Y., Plaster, and tho Cumberland, Md., Hyclrnullo Comont. rolr Trices and Batlsfactlon Guaranteed. OPPIOH AND YARD, Cor. Iutl, Ave, Second nnd U sts. N. TVj IN GLASS. B. W. EEED'S SOIS ssiri V Street Northwest. ?R.D S',I. y" SA.1ITJ. O. I3S, JUSTICE 01" THE I'EACE, NOTAItV l'OBLIO, AND COMMIBHIONEH OF DKED3. Oillcc, No. 017 Ln. nvo., opposlto City r. O. llesldcnce, 210 1 st n, w, H. E. STEVENS, 500 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Under No tional Hotel, KA8 JUST ltECIUVED A Superb Stock of Underwear, IMalii nnd Medicated. H09IEItY, aOVE9, Very latest styles of HATS, c., In tact everything appertaining to a llrst-class (loutlemen's l'nrnlslnug more, nil of which he Is selling at very low pi Ices. sep.10 1 ' ' ' ' ! ' i i i i i . i i i ': ,ZNi ivtiiy-(is-C'j!Z.ji GHa-y m ff:n ron P'flGlXHILLSuioFEVER CONTAINS NO QUININE) r. Xj. wolp, :: )-, DENTIST, imp gBTHEETNOIVniWEOT. ?id. s. sr"V7v:iLsr, KIEIl, Oil TWENTIETH. BritEET NOUTUWEHT job ?-:3sr,:src3-- T1II3 NATIONAI, Itlll'UllOOAN JOB PRINTING OFFICE Is the largest and Most Complete Job Ofllco Boulli nf l'hlladelpbla. There 1. no need of doing Out of tho City to get Tour Printing done. Anything from a Bmnll Card to the Largest roster I'rfntod In tbo Host Style ol the Art, I'rlcea Iteosonable and Work ITIrst Class, Katl. mates imrnhdied. e.i WIIV NOT IIAVK YOUIt FUHNITUIIE llepalrcd and Mattresses Itenovntod by BODY A BON t ror they are among the host repairers In Ibo D. 0. Come, Come all and give us a call. All orders promptly attended to by JO?;- . -3033 - - SON, mylJg M. -1ST BT. N. W. tM-S-M-!---! WANTED Help Female. Advtrllemenls ol Three Hoes timlcrltiL bead Imtrltd three limes for 23 cents. yirAN'ii'.n-TWo i)iti:m thimmkim ano V nvo apprentices. Apply liumcdlttely to Nn. ,22.1 n n ii. w. nJttl tTT-ANIED-A (lOOH COOK AT No Ml DHI ' V St. n. e.) mml be well recommended. 113-31 VVAN'Ir-"-A W1I1T11 WOMAN TO COOK, TV wmh and Iron; references roqutred, Ai- ply at c Vlmlnla arc, s. w. nl-3t "W: iVINTKI) - IMMWJlATKr.Y - A HOOD pfvntltiu v.nnni(inn j-gya nome ifuiraniecci. An- II I II Wli 111' tl WANTKtJ-A (IIItT. TO DO OKVIIUATi hmistunrkt pwU words paid. Call ronn ftfitr rfndliigilthKti utMd. nvf. t, w. nl-U WANTi:i-A COMPp;TKNT HKUVAST, oiih tit coo If, nHh ana Iruui mint ntniu ftp rfcommemlcdi one Hint Is nput and tklr: inlduIcBffed prclcrrtd. Apply at2U p. mo, s. c. oc31-..t -fTfANTKIl A OIItL TO DO (IHlS'lCt-Ai. VV housenorki Oprinnn oreferrcdj reTereneo rrgulrfil. Applynt 11H lOtliBt. n. w. noiU'ul "TrANTKD-AT ONCH-A ICUSPIXri'AIttil. TV hue girl to do chamber and illninx-roorn ork atWKIl.st.il. v. call atonpa. ncll-Uj T7ANTKn-A QIHL VOW aKXKWM YV hmweworlc In n nninil fivmlly; (lernmii preferred; good references required. Call at. n 3dM.ii w. oM ) 3t WANTKD-A WHITI. WOMAN TO DO KPiierat housework for n foully or thrco ppntnnw. Addrr-. ts. Tt . Crltlo on I pp. on) ?.t WANTED Help Mate. AdverlUements of Thrco lines under this head Inserted threo ttuten for 23 cents, A'" 'STEADY COLOHISD lM3YVWANTr.Il'6 make hlniseir Kcocrally useful, and to at tend to ono home. Apply l()3 Pa. avc, Immedi ately. nl-itj WANTKD-A riltST-OI.ASS MALK PA stry cook: must have unexceptionable ref erences an to Abllty and Integrity. Call At AUlOin nt. n. w. hetttren H and t) o'clock p. m. ocio-tt WANTIID AT 131.1 rnNNSYI.VANIA avenue, between istii and 11th streets, one llrst-classojshr ahuckerand twailrst-class wait ers: nono need apply but men who understand thrlr ImMnpH. on -3t "TfTANTKn-M YOUXC1 MI.N, Wl.ITK Oil V colored, for actlvn ser ice on tho Western frontier: Rood ogesandall expenses paid. Aj. pIvatliliiFyt. ocll-Ut FOP. HENT Houses. MAAAAAAA.V.U -T ''A SA AAA.r w Advertlhementfi of Three lines under this bead Inserted 8 timed for 75 cents. I 71011 Ill-NT-No, 725 FIIVST HTltnr.T N. V., 14 rooms, mod. lm., V.UU si ablo rontod, VJ per month, JJancnhowcr b Son. 1212 1 st. n. w. . )2-3t rKV I1HICJC HOUSE, No. 15M O HT. N. WM Jl Hrnoiui all mod, Ira i nverv dPslrablo resi dence. Jnquiroof J, J. HJield, llo lllli st. n.w. oclu-JU IOUUKNT-ATWO-STOnVrnAMnitOUrtE ? wltliilvo rooms; liydrantln yard; renttt- A ppl V tffj M nt. ii. p. or H)- II t FOB RENT Rooms. I710U HUNT-TO A QKNTLKMAN ONLY, A : larso, pleasant flirn lined front room ou sec nml lloor; cars pass the door; on llth St., between N and O rib. n. v,i terms reasonable. Address L., Critic olllce. ni-lt I710U HUNT-TWO NICKY rUUNIHUED 7 rooms In (Iran. Itnw. ulih nr ulthnnt linard: reference required, Address 1'. A. M., Crltlo tu nee. n rtT OIIANT PICI1 VKHY DUSIUAni.T. wX furulahed rooms on the second and third lloorf. n2-3tj I7on tENT-TJiitRENioi:i.YPnNianr.n ? rooms, tuo on tho third lloor; one on iho necond. 730 Mh st. n. nrttl-f.tl I noil BENT TWO NEWLY rURNISIICO ? rooms in small prtvnto family; heat and pas; excellent bath room on Eamo floor, Apply 4-7 loth t. n. w. ociMt E ilUii IVi.M---X ir All. VJ Q. W., 1 w J unfurnished rooms ou second floor: conven ient lo threo lines of cars: rent very reasonable. c-o- ITIOn ItENT-TnitEK FUUNIRIIKO H00M3; ono parlor, bedroom and dining room, on llrst lloor. Apply 016 II st. n. w. ocJl3i IilOn nKNT-A PLEASANT FltONT UOOir. ! com fort ablo and liomellkc; cas, bath and heat with attention to cleanliness; to a quiet gran tlemau only; terms t . per month at 1W-Columbia st. oc 37-it TflOIt lU-NT-FAIlLOH AND TWO UNFUR JJ nlrhcd rooms with balcony. No. D.l&iliht.. between I and K sts. n. w. oc31-.lt " -r liliw-i 1T a TttTXf nrin mint v J IV1 iU'l - -.- V A - V AJ I AIUIU1. JJ nicely furnished room on second lloor for tl a month. Applyntl--1st at. n. w. oc 11-31 VTICELY FTJ-INISHEI PAULORS AND L bedrooms on first and second lloor; every cemfortand convenience given; terms moderate. HI2 1 u, n. w. oc w-ci F Oil ItFNT-FOUlt l'URNISIIKI) Oil UN- jurnisiicu rooms. Apniy at m o. ave. oc.M-.it. F OH RENT-NICELY FUItNISIIED FRONT mom. second lloor. noutheru ovnostirfl. near three lines of cars; to quiet lady only; references required. S131st. n.w. ocl0 3t IOIl RENT-TWO rUTlNISlII.1) 1100M8. Mneleoreu tnlte.at lilUBt.s.c, Capitol 1 1111. references required. net) 3t IOn ltENT-FUHNIHUKD FRONT ROOSr, 7 with modern Impnncmciits, lor f . a mouth lnc.il vance, at 111 Cm. n.w, oc'IVJt" ITAOll RENT-AT 1113 1 ST. N. W.. I'URNISIT I (d rooms; southern exposure; houso In thorough repair. ocfrKUJ IJOIt RENT-TWO NICJXY-FURNISUED rr cms; best location In city; rent moderate. Call after lo'clockatlllKlst.n. w, ocW-3t IlOlt nENT-TWO LAnOE COMUUNIOAT- incr unltiriil-hcd rnnras. nernnd llnnr. in ml. crn lmproement; deslrablo for light houio lteepliic; to parties without children; rcntnay ahlc In advopce. Apply at 13 K at. n.o. oo-frVa JORIIENT-TWO FLEAHANTrUltNIHIIED ! rooms, en nulte, with bay window; with southern and eastern exposure; good tnblo board furnish td; also, tublo hoarders w anted. 01Q V at. n.w. c itt FOR RENT-A NICELY TURNISlIEn FAR lor aud bedroom , at WJ I st . u. w.; reference required. nclJ-itf POU RENT-A LARGE 1'UONT PARLOR on Hint lloor. ItirnlMu'd, atlQ7 list, n. w. orin FOR RENTtJiscoUancous. IrtOJt I11LNT-T1IK OATITAIi TltllATItE. Apply llnom I, No.-ioa 5th 1. n.w. nl-:itl Irion iiENT-iiuiCK HTAni,: in Tissifint 1 ance alley. Apply to No. 1112 list, n, w het. t'lh anil loth Us. oc!H.t FOR SALEHousos. rv. vw --v i n wvamwwwv J710R BALE-A NlNl'MtOOJl 3IOU8E. IW JU uthBt. u,w.,on easy terms: apply on prem ises; ano,ancunt Joton U st.i beiwten 1-tli and 3h sts.; south front; ruiinlns back to a thirty-loot alley. ooiJ-ltt Inon 6ALK-CHEAP-FUICE f,730 EACH: ? toc)Rht-roombrlclr homcn, uortliwott: all mod. lm.; no basement! facing soutli! ilrt-clam ncigliborliood. Dnnenhowcr i Hon, l.UFst. oc27lm I 71011 SALE-nAROAINS; SMALL HOUSES; buyers to call and seo us beloro purchasing. jianeiibow er .t Hon. 1212 F st. n. w. net t-tf FOR SALE Miscellaneous. IoirLiinNairobj, on penna. menue: 0 rs; rent i-3; Bplandld bvulnoss. Address -Jlnlnc-room, Crltlo oQlce. nt fOn HALE- CIIEAF-STOOK, OOOD WILL X andilxtureaor a (Uar Btoro dolnj; aKood busliHBw. Apply at 1210 I'm, ave. nJ-3tr FOR SALE-A VERY FINE MOCI-INfl bird with cuge, w. am uth st. n.w. nl-:ti. I nOIl SALE-AT A SAORiriCE TOR CASII ) moKoWlcent rosewood case piano; carvel legs aud lyre: cost, six luoqUia ago.iiX); will sell fur (iw; embroidered coer and stool; owner leavlnc city. 11 jj mth M. n.w. ocU-ctt I TOR SALE-A NEAT AND HERVICEA11LE turnout, conslstlutiof horso biisgy.coupaletta and two nets of harneiui to match; articled 11 rat class and terms reasonable. Apply at Crltlo olllce, ocl.-tf InOR HALE - AT HYATTSV.LLI., Ml)., Washington's moit rapldly-Rrowlng suburb, cholco ImiUUiiir lots, AlxTri), situated upou high land. In Johnson und Wlne'H addition I prices rca houable; good air; good water; pleasant country; 20 trains dally. Ior luformutlou apply to M. L, Llllletleld, ltyftUsvllle. or J, II, Ral&tou, 1J20 F st, n. w. ocliHra TT?0n HALE OR 3.XCITANOE VOH CITY Jj property farm two miles trom Rlrdensburg, uiiitnlnliii hi I f nnran Imnpnniiil liv n iliVAlllnir VBIIU,St.tJH V4 WVi -0 IIUi.U SV J u'. houso otsl rooms and all iiecosnary onthullillngs, Aptdy lo JoliuBtepti.n. IUnrtftnnhurg.Mil. oclllml LOST AND FOUND. L'" OHT-T1UB MOIlNINtl, ONIS (10LI1 UUITV. hutton and cult, cither ou Atassachusetts unuii, between Iiupont Circle aud 7th St., on7h n., In tu ten the purk and Interior Department, In the lie iiartinent.or between tho Department and the Junction of 1' nnd llth sts. The, Under will on ally ehllge Iho owner hy leaving It atliio rltlr.iinicpnndEetqreard, ociwtl IrtOUND-IN UNIO.NTOWN, I. O., ABOUT ! two weeks ago, a sett r dogs Iho owner will plenio come lorword nnd prove ..properly, pay rhnrges end tnko hlru away. W. "'"Xi lJiiloiiowu,13.0. .5S T-0O LO&T-A WIIITBANI) I.IVJ3II COIB J I ticked setter rtogt tax tog Np. oil. Itetorn to lua Iloundary st. n, w. and recelvo reword, ocJW-Jta. T. H. VElill-OFF, Sealer lu Well Papers. Vlndow.Bhades, Hctni iuu "Fram, pictnre, AS. ' MS BEVKJJTl bTIUT MOUTJlWEaT, FRKE A33VEKT1S1NG. Mltnttttmnih wutermtha html of Slfuaiton$ Muntrtt" ulUhnm'trvhc inmtnlti Tun Kvi;r iNd ClilTl. thitn lima J-Jttih. II V) tmUult utiMitjtftuattom to mallthcvwhcs of thtt iTcr. AniurttUrrrtrdtneate cVnnto Onn witt if elr rtnrul ttttmttmit llitthtmi auvitlxmentt thtftltrrt tlnrc ttiiHtforUrcutn. WANTED Situations Female. WANIEI-11Y A WIDOW LADY, X placo In n select family, wlitro sho can make herst-iriiNf hilt H a flm-clons lady's ntirso. AcldrepsMrs. K. M. P., City P.O. nJ vT"I''r,",-nv A comi'Kti;nt wittrni VV , Blrl.n.ltunilonascnninherniald ornurs.; cangltugood iciitences. .pply ?f2 tl st.ii.w, li2 -jXrANTKD-IlY A TtlBPKOrAHI.B WIIITH V girl, a situation nnchAuibprmal l.nttrsu and plalnltnlng. Aililnn AI. 'I'., frlllo olllce. ni XrANTKIl-IlV TWO YOONO ailtl, V ulttiatlon lu a store. Address A, Jl. M., Crltlo olllce. ni WANTnr iiy two costi'irn:NT wiiitr girls, sllunl Inns, one ns rook and louudro4, tho other to do chnniucrivork nnd wuttlug. Ad drmsO.lt., Crlllnntllce. nJ TrANTItD-8i:WIN(l IN Tlln COUNl'ItY TV hy n competent seamstress; terms loiv. Address J. Jl Crltlo nlUcc. n'J an -nTANTKD-HY A ltII'KCTA 111.11 Wllirr. TT .girl, a situation ns chambermaid nml ninknlieelfuefnl. Address M. K Critic olllce. TV ANTBII-H1TUATIONH TOIl FOUR CO oreil DlrlK Trnm Vlrirlnl. thru na llpat.f.l. chsmbrriualils and ono ns first class cook In prl vnto nuully or boarding house. Apply 411 Nst. n.w. JJJ m ANTUD-A 81T0ATION A PIUST- clnsscoolti satisfaction given, Apply No. B3 Kill t. ii. iv. nl -tT-ANTi:l)-A SITUATION AH rlHS0t,AS3 TV Isnndress lu private or hoarding Inme. Cnllat 1213 r. st. n. w,,or address it.., Crltlo olllce. ni VfTANTKU -IMMI'.m ATKI.Y- A HI TUA. .TV Hon lu the country as seamstress. AdJress B.8.,Crlllo onice. nl WAKTKD-nr A BUAMhTIlKHSI, SUWIHO by thevtrkt undcratands cutting nnd lit. ting. Address heanistreHs, Crltlo olllce. oc3t -txrANTi:i-nY a widow, washixcj, TV Irnnliigniidsciubblug! (0 cents a day. Ad- dress Vldow. Crltto ofllce. ne.lt "VirANTllll-IlY A C0LO1IRI) WOMAN, A VY sliuatlou ns chambermaid. Apply at llos Ttli St. I-. null 1VANTKI1-HY A SEASWrBUi, BKWINCI V at home; terms low; can give reference. Apply ntlJimtli st. n.w. oc-ll -rTrANTKD-IiY A ni-PKCTAULi: WIIITJ2 VV lady In reduced tlrcuntslauccs.n few gen tlemen's washing, or would llko to wah towels for Urst.elaes barber shop; would also do plain BewlDgMlie ludyreMdesIu ibo vicinity of Govern ment rrlntlng OUIcp; sntlsfactlon guarantoit. ArtdrerH Imlimlrv. frlllnntllcn ocTt WANTED Situations Male. WANTKII-nY A WIIITI3 I10Y. 1, YKAR ofnge, a plsce In the country; willing to work and make- himself generally uenil; has worked In lhocountrv before; can inllk good and unaindsnils ntiending to horses andcjwj; cm drhegood. Address tleorge, Crltlo citllce. nl -nrANTi:i)-llY A BOY Of 10, WHO Tr would llko to learn printing or emrravlag. -situation lit anonice. Address I!. or K Crltiu ofllce. nt ;? ANTlSn-BY A MIUDIiE-AOKD SINGLE V man, n farm or country placo to take charge of; Is n good horreinau, carpenter nnd painter ,nnd steady. Address Country Home, Crllli olllce. nl WANTKD-UY A YOUNO MAN, A Bit U atlonat anthlngwhero hocau carusulUcl ent tosupport his wlfo and family; can glvo good city references; any one having anything to do n 111 confer a fa or by addressing lidd, CrUloofllce. ocll -TTirANTIID-BY A BT1IICTI.Y TKJIl'IlllATK VV , young mnn, with good city references and eiperlence, a situation ns clerk In a grocery store, collector, conj lnt or any position w hero good bus loess ciualllI''atlons and activity aro rcnulred. AOilrrMtl. W.I.I.. Crlllcnlllce. pjl -ntTANTi;i)-HY A llKSriXirAIIMS YOUNQ VV .man, n situation as n waiter or coachman; hest of referenco given, sis 10th at. n. w city. oc3l AIlTKD-IJtMKDIATKI.Y-A MAN TO clean and press. Apply at New York Dyo House, No. TIM lllh St., betu ecu tl and II sts. n. w. oc.ia-3t -ntrANTi:n-A wuite boy wisnra a TV situation; Isullilng toinako hlmsclt gen erally useful at atuthlng; Is well acquainted wllh tho city. No. Ill I .'1.1 st. n. w. ociutt WANTED-BYA COLORIIO MAN. A BIT nation as driver In nnilvatn family. Ap. ply nt No. liil helvcr's alley, hctn ecn t)lh and loih and N and Q sts. n. w. pen WANTED-11Y A TIIOnOUalir.Y COM. po ent druggist, poslilnn as relief clerk; references given. Aildresw 1). O . Crlllonfllce. oc-ll WANTED miscellaneous. -TTTANTED-ilY A OENTI.EMAN, PUPIlS VV luntln,and(lreekignoJrelerences; terms very low. Address B. It. a, Crltlo oillco. ul-3tt w- ANTKD-A BTEAM TA11I.K IN OOOD Lonaiiiou. Auuress i.ji, ttciitiaofuce n2 3t TO 1'JIOl'BRTY IIOLDEllB-WANTED A luodernte.slred houso In a respectable uelgh borhood to be used as n working woman's hoarding house. Apply tn Mrs. Butler. !! 1' street, or to the Kdlters of Tomahawk, Warner's Bulhllnt, Boom , ocJMt TirANTED-A rUltNISUED ItOOM BY A VV lady: must ho In Iho netghhorhood ofOtli and ICth Btrccts, nnd r st. nnd r.i. nvetuie; no questions asked. Address Wilson, Crltlo oillco. oe.lo-311 WAKTMD-I'DIINITUIIU TO ItKPAIU, vnrnlsh and upholster; mattresses renptiol sterfd; carpets put dow u. Ac; will work at houso Ifdeslrcd; orders by postal promptly attended to. r. J. Matchetle.cai stli st, u.w.,bet.l and K. oc7.ini IT YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, RENT OS trade city or country property, come and seo tlio great bargains at William II. Main &Br03. Bt. t linrles Hotel, corner sd st. nnd l'ennn. ave. PERSONAL. A LAI.Y. A NON.11K3IDKNT OP WASH. jCX ltiRtou, hus n handsome anion ment of oven InirandBtrcetdreHBCi to dlnnoso ofat nharcaln. Addrena Wardrobe, Crltlo olllce. ALL BUOULD LARN Till. TAILOR'H htar s.rttcni of culling. tauRht by Mine. Washington; ho Blmplo that a girl 1- years old can learn. nit. IV A C1CRTAIN CIRKTLKMAN DOES NOT call for Ids clothes In thirty (JO) days, at loi il Bt.ii. w.t they will bo aold. ocJl-3t MATTKlhS3S ItKNOVATKD AND MADC at private renldeuccs. Call or addresi M. JllllOn.l-lltllBt. 03-1 w I 'TtflhTi LAXtY WHO NOTICED OI.NTL1. Y man on tho train between Philadelphia nnd Ilaltlmoro on Wednesday night last com inuulcoto hy sending her nddrew to J W. M,. i'.ntaw House. Ilaltlmoro, Bid.? oo IQ-.U HOWJ.'H IlOOK'KEJ-WNn, HASIHST, iihortcst, best; months of study sived; above, w Uh penmanship, etc., (J a month. (I. W . Howo,10J0 7thst. ooliM-tg TIIK WAHHINtlTON BKNKPICIAL KN dowmeut Association (flvca llfo Insurance ou theassessment or common sense plan Olllce, OU y at n w. mylO BOARDING. -VA-V, mAHLE IIOAIID-IIOMKI.IKK AND COM. JU fortablo In every respett, nt UIJ M st.; relur. enco rtqolrcd. u&W-nt ITlUnNIBHEI) ROOMS, WITH nOARO, AT 7 No, ITA K Bt, n, w.; references cxchaiigcd. OCJMitt o HOICK AND SELECT BOARD AT 7H lllli st. n. vt. ncisn BUSINESS MANCES. Sm-ANTED-TO BUYLAND HORIl'. Additional ITomestead Claims, bloux llallbreed Hcrlp, rolterflcld Warrants, Valentino Scrip, llounty Land Warrants, Ac All of the above Land Bcrlns for salo. Address or call on W. (l. 1 IIU, room ii, St. Cloud Building, Washington, I). O. u8ro NONET TO LOAN. rvUH HEbT WAYTO UY IIOMIH AND TO X pay olf mortcagea Is lu tho KOUITAllI.i: C. I!. ASSOCIATION, l'or saving nnd advancing mouey. Lowest rated ol Interest nn loans. No commission pr heavy oiixusoa. Information, tic, iiirnlahixlby 1 JOHN JOY KlisoN. Mecrelary, M,n 017 I' street northwest FOR EXCHANGE. -rrr ANTED To oicliango now stoves for old W ones at Bnller'a Hlove Exchange, cor. Cth anil K. Smokey chluineya cured or no pay. Htsvm R TcbBiiged for grneerlps. Old stoves bought. fe27 LIVERY STABLES. I1VS As CO., CloseCarrtngcs lor Weddings, Calls nndRecspl tloua. Boarding and Livery stable, Wlllara? Hotel Stables, corner llth and 10 sts. . Ss BRO., 12-21 fclghth street, hot. D and K n. w. Close Carriages for Weddlugs. Call, and Ilecepl tlona. Hoarding and Iverv Hlahles. Gas Cooking Stoves, For Bale at the Gaslight Ofllce, TENTH 0TRET. 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