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1-HE WASHINGTON OBTTIO, TIITJKSDAY EVENING, MAT 7, 1885.
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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC.
1'nMlalitd Dally (Hanisys Excepted)
BY
Tho Evening Orltlo Publishing Company,
Oil D BTHEET, rOBT BUILDING,
Washington, D. 0.
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BY MAJIifrosisgAl'nlrtlOn Ycnr $1.50
By &IAIL KstaiiO l'nld) Blx Uonths !I.SO
Mall Subscriptions Invariably In Advance,
Addreis,
VKMiNd emtio v ubliswino. compauy,
Washington, I). Oa
Knta rd at the Poitac In WuMnoton at Itcoiul
rtati matter,
Thursday, May 7, 1885. J
AMUBEMENTS TO-NIGHT.
Albnogh's'-Thnrsby Conceit.
Torrt's-"Mrthn."
llcrrog's Moneum Minstrels. '
Theatre Comlqu8llnrles,ue nnd .vittfcty.
Dime Mneenm"Kast Lynne.'Jr'
The Ittvnla A-Wlflto limine I.cxontl.
Jt Is. iv lAoniont of oxtromo ilistrosi and
emVarrntsmcnt wlion n lovor tides up to tho
liend, whlto gate, and, throwing tlio rolus
of Lis neighing steed to tho groom, stops
Jlghllr along tho graveled walk to And his
hated rival holding tho hands of his lady
lovo and tolling her sweet storlos In tho
gloaming. Tho osperloaco of most mon Is
that nothing less than gatllngguns nt fivo
Faces can cool tho rush of mad jealousy
that always ensues. "Mon havo died from
time to tlnio, nnd worms havo cnton
them" for smnltor things than that. Thoro
would havo boon n sight of troublo lu tho
Trojan housohold if Hector had svr.tm tho
Hellespont but to And his Hclon in tho
warm cmbraco of another fellow.
It It tho selfishness of human natnro, par
haps, that when a man onco gets n mort
'gage on tho girl ho loves, ho Invariably fore
closes without giving tho othor creditors a
ghost of ft chance,
Ono afternoon Mr. Samuel J. Randall
slowly climbed tho stono steps of tho
Whlto Houso nnd leaned against tho groat
pilasters. Thoro was n shado of sadness
oil his brow. For day3 and wooks ho had
tossed feverishly on a bed of lllncsi, and
now ho was about to gazo onco moro into
tbo eyes of his beat beloved. Doaplto tho
faint, weak fooling In his head, a gloam of
Bunshino cntorcd his heart. Tho air was
laden with tho perfumes of a summor even
ing, and thoallont hush of naturolay upon
tho field and fallow. Mr. Randall stood
wltbiu tho cool piazza, wiping tho perspira
tion from his brow. It was tho tlmo bo
tween vespers nnd tho nngolu3, whoa tho
day Is getting ready to yield its placo in
tbo procession to tho twinkltng llttlo stars.
Thero was music among tho sphorcs, and
tho calmness of tho hour played sympho
nies on tho harp-strings of Mr. Randall's
coul. In anothor moment ho had twangod
his light guitar and tho soft strains lloatcd
away ovor tho hilltops into tho gathering
gloom.
When tbo music ended a murmur of voices
camo from within.
"Ha, hal" said tho well-known volco of
Mr. Henri Watterson; '' 'tis mo rival, tho
Pennsylvania troubadour."
Thero was a wholo minuto of susponso.
Mr. Randall heard tho tumult, hoard tho
voice -of Henri Wattorsou, and, with his
rtantlo thrown around him, slipped away;
slipped away into tho darkness, and was
jeen no moro amid tho land of tho Dakotas.
Meanwhile Henri Watterson, fearing lest
tho troubadour should call him to account,
to6k advantage of the tumult, and while
lovo was searching 'mid tho tall grass for
Its better, truer lover, tho bold Kontucky
poacher climbed tho hack-gato; climbed tho
gate and went away, across tho flats of tho
Potomac, and cro now is wrostllng with
their rnonumeutal malaria. 'TIs oven said
his frightened ghost doth walk atmtdutght
on tho waters, rnunlng over from tho
shadow of hit rival.
At tho Whlto Houso thoy will light tho
lamps to-night nnd tell this story of tho
rivals. 'Tis n legend of tho household.
"One linn nml n Hoy."
Senator Van Wyck told tho Sonato onco
that tho South Amorlcan Commission con
sisted of ono man and a boy. Two days
later ho begged to correct his statomont by
adding another man.
Tho telegraph says this morning that
tho South American Commission urrived
at Valparaiso and will shortly Bail for
Illo de Janeiro. It is well known that
tho chairman of this commission resigned
many months ago, and that ono of tho
members Is now in this city preparing
his report. Thoro was a rumor, also, that
tho remaining member had returned to
his homo in Kansas, but tho rumor vm
evidently fnlso, clso tho story of "Wo aro
Seven," is being rehearsed again.
Tho public sincerely hope, howovor, that
the Secretary Is holding on. no Is a jour
nalist and knows how good a thing it is to
travel at Government oxponso. Porhapi,
nftcrsll, his reportorlal instincts will lead
him into getting mora information than
this country can digest In mauy yean, aud
ho may not yet rcallza that ho Is all that
is left of thcCommisslon,
Perhaps Senator Vau Wyck will tako
another lnveutory of tho Commission bo
foto nest winter, whon It may bo found to
consist of "ono boy and a man."
Xlic (9 rent Count or Cnsli.
Tho count of tho Troasury cash is virtu
ally done. Tho footings of gold, silver and
bonds and everything lu which a mlstalco
was supposed to bo posslblo havo bcon com
pleted by tbo forco of over ono hundred
"lightning calculators," and tho examina
tion of tho Immonso noto roscrvo Is in
progress with oVcry indication that tbo
books will bo verlilcd nnd tho accounts
shown to bo accmato.
Tho cntlro count rovealcd a dlscropanoy
ofonly two cents, and It is not at all cor
tain that this shortage really existed. In
Treasurer Jordan's opinion no higher
tribute could ho paid to tho ofllclonoy of
tho organization of tho Ticasuror's olllco
and tho accuracy of Its methods than that
In two years thero has not boon tho slight
est error or Irregularity of any kind. This
gratifying result Is accopted by him as an
indication that in tho Treasurer's oflico
proper thoro is no urgent necosslty for a
change. Thojofoims which ho contem
plates aro mainly s to questions of policy
end theory, and tho relations of his own
buicnti to others.
'Dm New Jtitllmi,
Tho sixth annual examination of ttto In
dian Industrial School, at Carlisle, yostor-
day, was n wonderful exhibition of tho
possibilities of tho Indluu. U'loni a atutj
eml-bnrbarity to prollclonoy in tho arts
Eclcnccs in ouo or two years Is n loug
Fop forward, and yot thoso Btudonts camo
p-orn the camp-Are, tho lodgo, tho chaso and
i wlldornoas, to which thoy will return
Btlemcti ami ladles. It is almost lu-
ttlilo with what rapidity these sous
atcrs of tho forest &cquro tho
gUlrntlon when thoy aro com-
relit d to do to. Tho examination yesterday
showed that tbo students had bocomo pro
ficient at making boots and shoes, wagons,
harness and clothing', that tho swarthy
Utile tots had dovoloped into flHt-clasi cir
renters, tinners, tailors and bikois and
printers, whllo their advancement In tho
Ecgllah languftgo Was a ntattor of astonish
ment to nil who attended. Tho Carlislo
Industrial School Is doing n great work and
will bo a moro potent factor In tho civiliza
tion of tbo red man than nil tho roflnlne
Ulucnces of tho Indian ngent.
Ot'n new head "The Warhinotdm
CiiiTic'' how do yon nil llko it? Bythls
chnngo tho pnpor Is eJcaA-i'Iocal habita
tion" as wclJsj-tudTio, doflnlto nnd dis
tinct; amVH means what It says. Tun
Cnvrfuh to bo essentially a Washington
paper devoted to Washington affairs,
freighted with Washington nows, nn expo
nent and advocato of Washington Interosts.
Wo already hnvo abundant assurances that
It will hnvo tho support of Washington
people. J?
In the opinion of tho Wall-Strctt Jfewi,
what nro known as tho granger roads cau
enter Into no agreement that will hold
water nny moro than thoso which tho
trunk lino managers havo repeatedly fnllod
to do. Tho railways In tho Northwest, being
too many In uumbcr,wlll havo to go through
tho tamo process of liquidation as tho
Castcrn roads, and In tho event of a horc
crop tho process will bo n rapid ouo.
Gr.Mi.iiAT. Lord Wolseley, tho cthlo
'says, Is indisposed. 03 man Dlgua Is con
valescent In tho meantime ; and tho Mahdl
Is In his usual robust health. Ho has at
least got himself n brand no army.
PEOPLE IN GENERAL.
Canon Ltddon ot Bt. Paul's, Loudon, has
taken strong ground In favor ot cromatlon.
Henry George, tho labor and land rotormor,
has a nlco llttlo homo ot his own In Brooklyn,
nnd two boys who rldo tho bicycle with as
much exportness ns thole lather rides n hooby.
B, 51. rrevost, lately nromotcd to bo gonornl
superintendent or nil tho transportation linos
of tho Pennsylvania Itallrond, will loavo Al
toona for 1'blladolpbla on Saturday and enter
upon his now duties Monday morning.
aencral Ornnt is bnrd at wort: on his war
liletory. "Ho may llvo long enough," suggests
tbo Jlanehutet Union "to wrlto a treatise on
cancer and Its propor treatment, with Shrady
and DouglaBB left out."
Vlcc-rresldentnondrlcks arrived at tbo Con
tinental Hotel, riilladelpbla, last evening and
left tbls morning for Atlantic City. Ha
laugbed heartily when a Ttnus roporter nskod
blm: "Can you glvo tbo boys a llttlo comfort
ns to tbo oniccB? They nro very buugry."
tvnlt amerry twlnklo In lila oyo ho rcpllod:
"I am cot authorized to speak."
Sir Arthur Sullivan, tbo composor,wlll loavo
London in Juno on a tour tbroimli tbo United
States to California,
Tho commencement ot tboTboologloal Semi
nary at WeMralnstcr, Mil , took placo list
nlgbt nt tho Methodist I'rotestint Ohurca.
Tbo graduates were 0. It. Blades of 1'ocomoko
City, Mil.; 11. W. Kindley ot Monrovia, Trod
orlek City, Md.j J. W. KIrke, A. H of Alexan
dria, Va,; 8. 0. Obrom, A. 13., of 1'lnkstmrg,
Md.j 0. W. Toolot Morgantown, W. Va, nnd
W. 0. Hymcr, Kockford, W. Va.
The widow ot General Barrloo speaks Eng
lish qulto as fluently as she doos Spanish, and
thouEhonly 25 years ot ago Is tho mother of
sovon children.
Mies Anna L, Dawep, daughtor ot Senator
Dawes ot Massachusottf, bns In tho press ot
I). Lothrop k Co., under tlio tltlo ot "How Wo
are Governed," a popular iroatlso on govern
ment In the United States.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Forter Asho ot Sin Francisco
hnvo lust romovod Into their ftlOO.OOO homo,
which was built for them by Mrs. Aslio's
mother, Mrs. Charles G. Crocker. Mrs. Crock
er's wedding present b her daughter was a
purso of $000,000.
Olil JTnlils . Scarce lu IIIh Itt-cioti.
John D. Ostorhaudt of Tobasco, N. Y.,
writes to Superintendent Connelly of tho
labor burcan, atCastlo Gardon, as follows :
I wautnwlto to llvo with In poaco nnd
union. If Pho oliould be n llttlo on tbo tall or
der that will bono fault. I want liertibo
from 115 to 150 pounds In wolgbt, from !13 to
43 years old, nnd kindly and stout. I am 17
years old, n full-blooded Amerlain, elx teot
high nnd weigh 175 pounds In wlntor. Old
mtildsnro vory scares up In this part of tbe
country, and widows hnvo noutslxcblldreu
each. If you havo no tlmo to answer, sond mo
n blank and I will take It as an Invitation to
call nn tbo 'JOtb of tho month. Tbls Is my
own bandwrltluir, wrttlen by myself, and from
It you can seo whut klud ot a man I am.
Inclosed in tho letter and wrapped In
Ecvcral plccos of paper was aton-cont piece,
written on (ho outside, "Don't fall to find
tho dlmo." N. Y. Tribune.
THE SOUTHERN STARS.
A New l'ocni ly Dr. Oliver Wtmtloll
UollUCM.
Dr. Benjamin A. Gould, who, for tho last
thirteen years, has bcon tho director of tho
National Obsorvatory of tho Argoutluo Re
public, at Cordova, South America, was
entertained at tho Hotol Vondoino, Boston,
last evcnli g by a number of distinguished
gentlemen, of Boston and Cambrldgo, In
honor of tho completion of his groat work
of making a ono catalogno of tho Southern
stars. I.ovciott Saltonstnli presided and
nmong tho gentlemen present woro Dr.
Oliver Wendell nolmes, President HUot of
Harvard, tho Rev. Dr. James Freeman
Clark aud William G. Russoll. Tho feat
uro of tho nfter-dluncr oxciclsos was this
poem, read by Dr. Holmes:
onco moro Orion nnd tbe Slater 3ovon
Look on tboo from tho skies that uallod tby
shall wo welcomi thoe, wboai homo was
heaven,
From thy cclostlal wandoiluss back to earth?
Science has ko t her midnight tapor burning.
To greet thy coming with Its vnsinl llumo;
TrtendMilp lieu murmuiod, "When art thou
returning?"
"Nijtyeti uayotl"tho answorlnj irossago
came.
Tldno was unstlntod zeal, unsullied dovotloo,
Wbllotho blto roalra had kingdoms to ox
ploro
ratlcnco like his who ploughed tbo untur
rowed ocoan,
Till u'or Its nmlBlu loom d Han Hilrn:o'.
TUroueb tho louz nights I seo tbco evor wall
inp, Tby icotftool, earth, tby roof, tho bonus
piicre; Whllo with tby griefs our woakor hoirts aro
a btng,
l'lrm as thlno equatorial' rock-basod plor.
Tho'fouls that voyaged tho azuro doptbB be
fmo tboo.
Watch with tby tireless vigils, all unseen
Tychoand Kepler band boulgnuut over tliuo,
And wltu his toy-like tub, the l'lorjntluo.
Ho at wbeso word tbo orb that bore him si lv
orcd -To 11 in 1 1 er control sovereignty disowned,
While tbe wau lips of priest and pontiff quiv
ered, Tholrjitrgonstilled,tbolrliaatdlsonthrOnod.
riamsf'nd nd Newton loos with browa un-ciondo-1,
Tiioiroirifoforeottou with Itifndod Bears
(Tltanr, ivbn found tho world of spaco Do
4i'lW(lP(l,
To walk lu peace among Its myriad atai'3).
Allclusttr round Ihce-seora ot earllost ago,
retslans. ionlnns, Mtzralms, learnod klngi,
rrom the dim dnys ot Hhlnur hoary sages
To his who weighed the plaaofs nuld rings,
And wp, for whom the, tfortborn beavons aro
llBbtod,
l'or whom tho storiu has passed, tho sun
has smiled,
Our clouds all sfattornd, all our stars unltot,
Wo claim tbci', clasp thee, llkn a loos-lost
child,
fresh from tbo spanglod vault's o'erarcblng
splendor,
Thy lonely Hilar, thy revolving dOrno,
In heartfelt accents, proud, rojolclne. tender,
We bid Iheo welcome to IMne- t&rtbly homo,
CUSTOM V"Lh.O
Mflnt vy
CLOTHW J&L
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Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha--al
Weill What aro you laughing nt? our cus
tomer, did you say I Woll, to bo euro ho isn't
a dude, nor will his good eonso allow us f
mako him one. Hut it you doubt our ability
to mako a wcll-drcssod man of blm, you havo
llttlo knowlodgoot tbo loeourccs at hand In
our Immoneo Clothing Stock at prlcos to
astonish and ploaso overy one.
FOR MEN AND YOUTK.
A splendid lino ot oasslmeio Suit) from
$0.50 up.
A full lino of Worsted "ao, 6r J-button Cut
away Suits from tld up.
a Sfaiitnul lino of Frinco Albert Suits from
$15 up.
AmagnlQcont llnoot Odd Fatti from $1,50
up.
a full lino of White Ves's from 73e. up,
Best quality Bicycle Pants at f.'J.
A lull line ot Blue Flannel Suits from $0.50
up,
FOR BOYS 4 TO 12 YEARS.
A beautiful lino of Jackets and rants from
$2 to $10.
FOR BOYS 12 TO 18 YEARS,
An Immonso Lino ot Suits 33 por cent,
cheaper than nny othor houso can soil them
tor.
TEE SISEIT STOEE,
Oor. Tenth and P Sts.,
t3ETMnko no mtstako and como to tho COrnor.
NOTIOE.
A SPECIAL BARGAIN,
Espocially at this Season.
Having need of moro room to extend othor
branches ot my business, I havo concluded to
closo out my stock ot
Ladies' Cotton & Cambric Undergarments
Comprising
Chemises, Skirls, Nifjlit Gowns, Drawers
nnd Corset Covers,
Both Plain nnd Handsomely Trimmed,
Quality and Workmanship Unexcelled,
Which I offer nt
Prime Oost for Oash Only.
933 PENNA. AVE.
PROPOSALS.
1-norosALS roit ghadino amdiuxiui.at
1N0 YAIUOUB STREUTS IN TUG Oiry
OF WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Omen oi'Titn Exciineeii Cojijiissioneu,
WASIlIttoTON, D. 0 May (1, 1885.
IJy direction ot tbo Board ot Commtsslonora,
sealed proposals will bo received at this office
until 12 o'clock m on Saturday, May 10,
18S5, tor grading and regulating various
streets In tbo city ot Washington, D. 0.
Blank forms ot proposals and specifications
can bo obtained at this olllco upon application
tborofor. together wltu all nocessary informa
tion, nnd bids upon thoso forma will alono bo
considered.
The right Is rceorved to reject any and all
bids or parts ot bids.
O. J. LTDEOKKlt,
Major ot Englnoors, U. S, A,,
myO-Ot Engineer Commissioner D. 0.
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Dry Goods Department,
416 Seventh St. Northwest.
Wo havo Just oponed n lino of SUM
MLIt BILKH, from 35o. up, at
BAUM'S.
Also, an extra quality 21-Inch Slack
French SUllAU SILK, rogularfl goods,
at 75c. a yard, at
BAUM'S.
A full linn Black and Colorod OK03
GRAIN SILK ot thu most rollablo makos
from 75c. up, at
BAUM'S.
. A lino lino ot colorod all silk R1I&
DAMES, lu doslrablo shades, at 05c. u
yard, at
BAUM'S.
22-luch all silk SUU.vns, in plain and
checks, at OUc. a yard, at
BAUM'S.
ULAOK GRENADINE VELVETS, at
$2 50 pur yard, at
BAUM'S.
10 pieces colored silk BROOIDE
VLI.VETS, sullHido for dresses and
light wraps, at $2.50 por yard, at
BAUM'S.
B pieces black silk UU03ADE VEL
VET!?, In small figures, suitable tor
wraps, at $2.00 a yuid, nt
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4IG Sevenlli Stroot Northwest.
S. N. MEYER, 922 7lh St. N. W.
GOLU AND BILVEll TUIMMINO,
Mnnuiactiirur of Bnunerd, Club and Society
Hadces, Regalias, fee.
FRANK SHAEPLESS. CONFECTIONER,
941 Pennsylvania Avenuo.
BPECIALTIEa-CarnmolS, Buttercups, Lime
Juice Hiops nna Boston culpa, Fresh erory
day, 06 mnta per pouod.
422-24 Elplith St., between DnndBn.w.
Close carrlngostor weddings, calls and re I
ooptlomi, lioardieg ana Livery Stablo.
AUCTION SALES.
TltUf.Tr.E8 RALE Of IMl'ltOVED t'llOP
..V V V S
X KltrX hEAIt THE CO.INEIt Of Eiouni
STREET AND BOUNDARY. NORTHWEST.
By Tlltuoofn deed ot trust roeoMod ih llbor
1000, folio JM5, ot sp7 , ono of the laud records
ot the District ot Columbia, nnd nt tho re'U43t
of Ih6 patty thereby secured, wo will soil nt
public auction In front of tno promises, on
ntlDAY.AHUL'JI, 1885, nt 4 o'clock p. ra,,
lot llftef n (ID), ot John Sborman'S subdtvlatou
nt part ot lot roitr(l) In t'litnro numbered tour
hundred and tlxtocn (110).
Terras: Cash. A deposit of !30wlll bo re
quired At tho tltno ot sale. A11 convoyauclog
nnd recording will bent cost of the purchaser.
K tcrniBOt paloaro not compiled wituinilvo
dnys from sale tho proporty will bo resold at
rltk and cost ot dofnultine purchasor.
JOHN HIIEIIMAN, lTr,,BM
JOHN JOY ED80S,fTtu8toc''
Tho nhovo enlo Is postponed tlllTUUItSDAY,
ai a i v, ui i sun i, ra, ni sime inaco.
JOHN HIIEIIMAN, LTru.,B0.
JOHN JOY ED80N. f lrutOC
myc-2t
LLOYDRimNAlTwAfTlNOTo5r250r.
Express; bajBaRO checked at residence!
furniture cnrofully removed. Offices, 100 1 r
st. n. w.i 481 1'a, nve. n. w. Telophono No.
540-d. myV-ot''
AMONG THE OBJECTS 01' WONDEItMEMT
in Washington is tbo I'orsyth Cafe, 518
10th et., near r, wlioro meals aro sorvod tor 15
cents that actually cost from 50 to 75 cts. at a
hotel or restaurant any place In tbo U. 8.
WANTED-BY A LDY, THE ACQUAINT
nnco of an houorablo Rontloman t sj
(1st bor In business ot koerlES boarder!
trould toara him If ho desires. Address Mrs.
N. N Otitic ofllce. mro-lt
MRS. 5ICD0NALD, WHO WAS EMPLOYED
nt tho Foisyth Cite. 1'Icase loavo your
address at tbo Critic ocico. Mrs. Drown,
. my5-3t
LESSONS IN PORTRAIT, LiNDOAPE,
llowcr and china painting; 25 cents per
lesson. Btudlo 10188th st. u. iv. myl-Ot
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION. BUCOEJSI
Send 10 cents for questions and unsworn.
Ivy Institute, s. w. cor. 8tb nnd K. my l-3t
1"R. LEON,
110 D Street Northwest.
np22
Hours, 11 to o.
DR. AND MME. SELDEN, H20 MISSOURI
avo. (near Wt et.. bolowl'n. avo. n.w.),
tbe most skillful Ladies' Doctors In tho Unltoa
States; nenrly forty yrnrs successful practice;
remedies for lrrcgularlttca sate, healthy and
cannot tall; ptlco $5; call or wrlto; onieo al
ways opon. nio tt
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, BELL, RE.ST OR
trado city or country property, como nnd
eco tho grunt bargains nt William H. MilaSs
Bro.'s, St. Charles Hotel, cor. ot Third et. und
rcnu.evonuo.
PATTERSON, NO. 801 E ST., 8ERVES THE
best 16-cent meal lu tho city; call and try
thorn; full meals, 25 cents. foltl-tt
JL. EERVAND, 1012 I'ENN. AVE., EN-
graver. Plato and 60 visiting cardi, 80
cents; CO cards from sarno plato, 45 conU;
100 cards prlntod from plate, 75 cents.
MEDICINE FOR DOOS.
All Dlsoascs cured.
GEOROE WOO rmiDUK,
ocl3 Cor. 4X st. nnd Md.nve. a. w.
LADIES "COMPOUND PILLS OF TAN8Y"
nro porfectly snfo and ulways cffoctual,
Sealed particulars, 2c. Wilcox Specific Modi
clno Company, Philadelphia. Pa. tu-th-s
LADIES PENNYROYAL PILLS ("CUIOnEB
tcr's English"), tbo only genuine, Bate,
certalu.nnd effectual. Sealed particulars, 4c.
Chichester Chemlcnl Co,, 2813 Madison so..,
Phllndclphla,rn. ly23-ool
FOR RENT Rooms.
Advertlreuiests of Three Lines under this head
Inserted three times for 25 cents.
TVHBEE UNFURNI8IIED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping, on third lloor, at f 8
per month. Apply at No. 210 Second St. n. o.
myOUt
I70R RENT-EN SUlTiJ OR SINGLE ROOMS;
: neatly turnUbed; near Capitol; near cars;
nlco locality; with quiet family; single, $10
nnd $5. Pall at 121 Aid, avo. n. 0. ntyS-Hl
FOR RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED R0OM8,
both adjoining; no children In tbo houso;
nenr Scott Circle; references, 3001 O St., cor.
10th st. myt-3t
FOR RENT miscellaneous.
IWlET-BTraEADAlTLWrat
' small stock of groceries for sale. Sick
ness tbe cause. Inquire at 1D03 Marlon st
be t. Oth and 7th sts. n. w. my7-3t
FOR RENT TUD THIRD TLOOR Or THE
buildings, w. cor. Oth and Ests. n. w,;
also a brick stable situated In Tomporanco
nlloy. Apply nt012 E et. n.w. my7 Ct
FOR SALBLots.
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN LOTs",
26x100 feet, fronting Bladonsburg Turn
pike, Insight ot stroet-care, $300; $100 cash,
balancoSS por month. Neat 5-room cottages
built at lowest contract rates; $100 cash, bal
nncoluG years, or monthly payments It pre
ferred. THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
npO-tt 034 F street, Rooms 5 and 0.
CHEAPEST LOTS IN TnE CITY.
BEAUTIFUL SITES ON COLUMBIA HEIGHTS,
fronting on 13lh street extended and on IIol
mead road; being fashionable drlvo from
14 tu street to soldiers' Homo Park;
SMALL OASH PAYMENTS;
long deferred payments tor balance; small
ratoot Interest; property rapidly Increasing
Invaluo; streets newly graded, wltuguttors,
water and gas-lamps,
Lots sold for 5 per cent, ot purchaso money
In cash, and balanco In monthly payments to
suit.
Street-cars run wlthlu ono squaro of all
thoso lota.
A raro chanco for great bargains.
For lull particulars plat of ground and
terms, apply to
nENRYD.GllEEN, or
JOHN E. BEALL,
mr3l-tt 11 if st. n.w.
WOOD AUD COM..
wv-fc'r
COAL! "WOOD!
JOHNSON BROS.,
WHARVES AND RAILROAD YARD
12th aud Wator Sts. 8. W.
BRANCH YAR03 AND OFFI0E3.
(Connoctcd by Tolcphono.)
1202 F street northwest.
1515 Seventh stroet northwest.
1740 Pennsylvania avo. northwest.
1112 Ninth street northwost.
Corner ild nnd K etroots northwest.
myO tl 221 Pennsylvania avo. southwest.
MUWOIMIU
rt-HK HOWE DU8INE3B SCHOOL, 517 BEV.
X euth street n. w short, condensed course
In practical bookkeeping, rapid ponmaushlp
nnd English brunches ut modorato rates 01
tuition. Morning, afternoon and night sea
bIoub, Olvll-Servlco preparation a specialty.
Shorthand, Elocution und Malhomatlcs by a
special teachor.
np30- J. II. BRYANT, Principal.
B' UBINUBS education ror young and mid
dlo aged mon and women. Spting aud
summer eecslons of tho Spencotlaii Uuslnoes
College, corner Ninth nnd D sts. n.w, Rapiti
writing, bookkeeping, rapid calculations, Eng
lish language, stenography, type-writing, oto.,
thoroughly taught, Tuitions Year from datu
of entrance, day or night, 50 three montbc,
day, $20 1 night, $14; Ouo month, day, 7;
night, $5. Rapid writing only 12 lessons 43.
uhii orscnu ir circulars.
HENRY C. HPENOER, Principal,
8I'EN0EH,Vlce-Prliiclpal.
BAltA A,
NORWOOD INSTITUTE, 1212 AND 1211
14th fit., near 14tli-st. Circle. Boloot Boardi
lnttBcbool for young Indies, Session '8.V8U
opens September 30, 1885. Early application
necersary, ns number of boarders will bo
limited.
TfTrASIIINOTON UtJUOOL OF PHONOU
yV rftpny nnd Typo Writing, Va I street, lies
umreveuluitsiaalons Irorn bepteinber IS. Hond
Kddrecs for clrcnUr to J, A, Whllcomb, prlml
pal. nfi t
BOOKS AMI STATIONERY.
FOR ENQHAVED AND PRINTED
VISITING CARDS
GOTO
PKEH'S, 13'13 F BT.
Plato nnd CO Cardtf, $2; 100 Printed Cards,
Jl, Opposite Ebbltt House,
Buy YoQr Books and Stationery
TWO
qmjtjai.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
tfisa,Bi'i:riAL no rioG.
Wa. Waiiiikoton, I). 0 May 4, 1895.
Notlco Is hbreby given ttint tno rpgular an
mini meeting ot tno stockholders of the Dip
Hoi, Notth o Btreot A; Boutb W.ishington HMI
way Company for tho purposo of electing
seven (7) Directors to servo for tho ensuing
year, will bo held nttboofllcnntthot!impniy,
corner f!d nnd B sis. s. w BVTUnDAY, May 0,
18S5, between the hoursof 4 nnd 5 o'clock p.
m.ot said day.
Tho Books tor tho trnusterot Btock will bo
closed from tbe 5tn to tbo oth Instttit Inclu
sive, C1HA8. WHITE, ProotJent.
W. E. HOUGHTON, Bncrotary. myl-5t
,tHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of tho Eventua crltlo
Publishing Company for tho purposo of elect
ing trustees for tho onsnlng year nnd tho
transaction of sucn othor business as may bo
presented, will bo bold nt the Critic oOUo, Oil
D tt., Washington, D. a, on MONDAY, Juno 8,
1885, between tbo hours of 11 o'clock a. m.
nnd 12. m of taid day.
ii
iLLET KILBOURN,
my4-td
rroiuent.
TS5"'
HOTEL DUB0U1S,
1728 renna. Avo. N. W.
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
Bummer Board-By tho wook, $5; by tho
month, $22. my4-;im
ftg55,23 SPECIAL BARGAINS
YOUNG'si'402 7th St.
Remember Lady aud Children In Window.
For G ents 1 Patent Loathcr Tios, $1.25.
Hand-sowed Gaiters $1, worth to.
Hand-sowed Walkphnst 3.50, worth $ 5.
Hand-sowed Oxfords $3, worth ft.
Mat Kid nnd Calf Tins $3, worth tl.
Oxford Button nnd T10B$2,worth 13.
Tho comfort Shoe$li50, worth 2.
English Too Bals. and Tlos $1, wortb $1.50.
Boys' oxford Button and Laco $1.50, worth
52.
Youth Button $1, Youth Laco 75e.
rnr Ladles 1 Whlto Kid Slippers $1.28.
Elegant Uand-sowod Button $3.75, worth $5.
Hand-Ltltchcd Kid Button $2.75, worth $1.
Mat and Dress Kid Button $2.50, worth $3,
Foxed nnd Kid Button $1 00, worth $2.50.
Lasting and Foxed Button $1.25. worth $2,
Flno Oxford Ties $1.75, worth $2.50.
2-Bow Sandals and Tlos 81, worth $1.50.
Houso Slippers, 10, 25, 40 and 50 cts.
Mlstes' nnd Child's Slippers 50c, worth 75c.
Child's Spring Heel Button 50;., wonh 70j.
Infants' Button nnd Lac?, 2 j. 35 and 50 cts.
Electric Shoes $2.50, Bolns 50c.
YOUNO'B 8h00 notlSP, 402 7th St.
vTvgJpa.VinaiNlA BEACH HOTEL
OPEN FOR GUESTS MAY 15, 1895.
Situated on tbo Atlantic Coast, 0 miles south
of Capo Henry; 18 mllos from Nor
folk by Railroad.
Beach for bathing unoxcolled,aud no under
tow. Freo from mosquitoes, t'ho Houso Is
first-class In all Its appointments. Telograpu.
telophono aud prompt mull facilities. Good
ilsliing and boating, For terms, which aro
teasonablc, apply to
J. P. HORRAOn li CO.,
Virginia Boacb Hotol, Vn.
For further information and circular npply
to J. W. BOTELER 80N,
023 Pn. r.ve. n, w , Washington, D. 0.
ys,WANTED-TnE LADIES OF WASH
lt)ui lngtoti to know that
MISS OAVANAUGH,
Dressmaker, formorly ot 401 Pa. avo. n.w.,
has not lelt Washington, but Is located at
430 Ninth stroet northwest.
Riley Building. np27-lm
V53,TAXE3l TAX ESI
Tax-payers can savo a discount In tho sottlo
ment of goneralnnd special taxos by calling
on
apl7-lmo
WILLIAM DICKSON,
22 1 mm. II. w.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
Advtrtl'emcnts of Three LInc3 under this head
Iriserltrt thrto llmcn InrSScrnts.
VW)W"VW'W'WWWWV'W'V,''WVN1-V,VN.
FOR 8ALE-A FRESH COW; FINE, LARGE
mllkor. Inqulro of JohnD. Bloas, 027
F st. n, w. my0-3t
TpOH BALE AN OLD-ESTABLISHED DIN
Jt, lng-room, contrally located, cheap for
each; doing a buslnoss of $55 to $00 por day.
Apply to Pilco h Ojombs, OJO F st.n. w.,
ngonts. my5-0t
IJ'OR BALE-A DOUBLE-OARED OUTRIGGER
? boat, in llrst-class order, can bo soenut
Cumberland's boatbouso; named "Ltllloj" a
bargain at $30: good reason tor soiling. Ad
dress 0. P., Critic ofUce. my2-3t
T?0n BALE-"SUN TYPE-WRITER;" PRICE
J? $12; docs good work easier and faster
than tho pen. "Onllgraph Olllco," 033 I' st.
E
70R BALE TWO PLYMOUTH ROOK HESS,
full breed, at 1718 F st.n. w. myl-3t
FOR SALE-A MOSLER, BAHMAN k CO.'S
safe; good as now. Price, etc., apply at
Business onico Evening Critic. myl-tt
17011 SALE-SEVfcRAL ESTEY AND OTHER
JC lino parlor, chapel and church organs
for sale at a great sacrifice for casn or on easy
terms at O. L. Wild k Bro.'s, 700 7tn st. n. w.
TDAIlGAIN.
FOR SALE Stono grist mill, 2 run ot stouO,
In Virginia; at railroad; 0 miles tblssldo ot
Fredericksburg; Imperishable stono dam;
good, steady custom; four doors; ono fitted
up tor country .store; it sold soon will Uko
$1,400 CBBbs several trains dally: H,, F. fc P.
II. R. Address M. Wlthorboe, 1325 Corcoran
street. ap'22-12t
FOR SALE-1F YOU WANT TO BUY, BELL,
exebango or hire Horses, Carriage?, Har
ness, etc., go to Downey's. Every facility for
furnishing complete turnouts.
WM. F. DOWNEY,
Btablcs aud Repository h et., bet. 10th and
11. 17th sts. w.! npO-lm
FOR SALE Houses.
37011 8ALE
? HOUSES.
Brick house 722 lltb e t. e. e $1,000
" " 7214ihst.n.w 1 2,800
" ' 1120B6t.n.o 2,200
GltEEN As BRYANT, 514 Oth Ot. n. W
my5-0t
F
7011 SALE BARGAINS BRICK HOUSE 033
M st,. bet. Dili and 10th St. n.w. (11
rcome); brick houso 1003 Oth St. n. w. (8
rooms). A. LLOYD,
Marshal Law Building,
aid 310 4Vj Bt. n. w.
FOR RENT-Houses.
Advertisements ol Thiee Lines under this head
Imerud, three tlnirs for 'i't cents.
170n RENT-NEW SMALL FRAME AND
. brick houses and stables, nnd horso aud
buggy for sale. Apply nt 001 12th st. u. 0,
my7 3t
YTANTED-TOYFOROASH A 5 TO 7
1 1 room houso; must bo a bargain. Ad-
tines Hex A, oiitlublllco. myl-3t
PIANOS AND MUSIC.
WASHINGTON:
817 Market Space, Pn. avo,, near Oth St.
New York: ftaltlmoro:
112 Filth avenuo. 201 200 W. Dalto. St.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Grand, Upright and Squaro Piano
Fortes.
Wo beg to announce to our Washington pa
trons that desiring to ofTor them grentor facili
ties lu their dealings with us, wo havo oponod
warerooms at
817 Market Space, Pa. avo,, noar 9lh St.,
WASHINGTON.
Tho sarno nro conductod dlroctly by our
selves, nnd customers can deal with us thoro
to precisely tbo samo ndvnntago ns at ourBal
tlmorcnnd Now Yolk establishments,
A full nseortmentot our various styles ot
Grands, Uprights nnd B'tuaro Pianos will con
stantly bo fouud ou hand.
WM. KNABE & 00.
RXri'lANOS FOR RENT,
Tutting ami repairing promptly attended to
by experienced workmon, m28 2m
iGmerson,StecK& Ban's Pianos
Wilcox k Whlto and Kimball
Orcaiin. Planoa nnd Orcnns sold
on Installments, rented or exchanged 1 rout ap
plied If purchased,
HENY EBERBA.CH, 915 F St.
Managing partner ot tho late llrm of Ellis k Oo.
1
Dreys New Drug Store,
yNINTH AND PENN, AVENUB.
pen all night.
ffwl
ihHTED-Help:-Fcmale
Advertisements ol Three Lines under this he.vl
Inserted tlirre-ilmes lor ZScontn.
AN'i'ED-A WHITE AMEtilOAN GIRL,
w
not airaia to wnrx, at b'-iu uin st. 11. w.
my7-3t .
ANTED-AHALF-OnOWN VUITE GIRL
to arslst about tho house. Apply nt
noil 12th et, n. w.
myu-iJi
WANTED-IMMEDIATELY, A GOOD COOK
at Itlvcs Place, Rives Station, Balttmoro
k Ohio Railroad, 4 miles from Washlniton.
Apply nt;iQ2Q st. n. w. my(i-3t
TTT ANTED- EITHER A NICE YOUNG
VV whlto or bright colorol girl, who IS
willing nnd obliging, for light housework. NO
washing nor Ironing. Must Bloy nights. Ap
plyntSO L st. n.w. inyO-3t
TfTANTED-A SETTLED WHITH WOltAN
W to cook, wash and Iron In n prlvato
family. Rcfcronces requlrod. Apply at 017
II st. n. w. my5-3t
ANTEU-A aOOD RELIABLE WOMAN
to rook, wash nnd Iron and mako her
self generally useful. Reforeuces rcquiroi.
Inqulro nt 811 11th st. n. w, my5-3t
WANTED-A NURSE WITU BEJT OF
reforenco to tsko cbnrgn ot baby ur
teen months old. Call between 11 and 12
Wednesday nt No. 14 10 Mass. avo. niy5-3t
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO 0E.NEI1AL
housework In a small family; must como
well recommended, inquire at No. 1701 lltli
tt. iny5-3t
WANTED-A SETTLED WOMVH TO GO
to the country, Juno 1, to cook, wash
and iron. 515 A tt. r. p. my5-3t
WANTED-A GOOD TIDY OIHL 10 DO
housework: no washing; mus' bring
references. 1008 10th st. n. w. myt 3t
WANTED-A WOMAN TO DO GENERAL
housework; retoroncos required, and
must go homo at night. Apply at 1417 N st.
n. w. my4-3.
IV MTim V KENSINGTON AHT OO.
W Jill lav femnlo holp t) do our lUht,
pleasant work at their homos. Bout by malt
piomptly to nny nddress; nocauvassing; caiy
to learn, and nuy ono can earn from S7 ti $10
per week, For full Information, address Ki:x
sinoton ArtT Rooms, 10 Pearl St., Boston,
Mass., Box 5078. my4,pndl2t
WANTED-Help-Male.
Ailvcrllsemtutsol Three Lines under this head
Inserted threo times for 15 cents.
irANTEbIMEDUTELY,")Ni: FIR3I
yV .barber. Apply to Prof. B. S. Brook".
218 Oth st. n. w. my7-3f
VirANTED-TWO GENTLEMEN OB GOOD
YV address, with fair oducatlon; those
having somo experlenco In canvassing pre
ferred. Call at Room 11, No. 031 Fsr.
my5-3t
WANTED-A BOY OF ABOUT IB YEARS TO
drlo a horso nnd buirgy and mtko him
self useful In tho bouse. Oil!, with city refer
enccs after 5 p. m , nt 2018 G tt. n. w. m l-3t
WANTED STRONG, ACTIVE GERMAN
boy, 10 yoars old, desires a place lu a
grocory store. Inqulro at 1527 12th st. n. w.
my4-3t
WANTED SituationsFemale.
Advertisements of Three Lines under this head
Inserted three times far U5 cents.
WANTED uTaToU?g1j01,OiTeD WOMAN
Eltiihttou ns nurse or to do gonoMl
houcework. Apply at 315 0 Bt. my7-3t
WANTED-A SITUATION BY A COLORED
wdnan to ao general housework lu
small family. Apply nt 1211 It st. n, w,
my0-3
ANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COLORED
woman a situation ns nurso; has had
experience; good reforences. Apply at 222J
14th s'. n. w cor. 01 Boundary. my5-3t
WANT1D-WAHI1ING AND IRONING TO
do at home, at 1003 U st. Mary Wash
ington. roy5-3t
WANTED-A COLORED WOMAN WANTS A
situation ns nurso; can glvo city refer
ences. Apply betwoou 0 and 11 a. m. 503 O
at. n. w. mir5-3t
ANTED-A YOUNG WOMAN WISHES A
situation ns plain cook in a small fam
ily; can wash and Iron. 431 Ridge nt , city.
my5-3i
Advrrttecments of Tbrco Lines under tbU head
iiicerieu mreo nines lor j ceaxs,
twWVW VWA
k lAwsfl'
WANTED-BY A YOUNG COLORED MVN
a situation as driver or waiter In pri
vate family. Good retorencos. Addross O, B
Crltlo office. my5-3t
WANTED-BY A COLORED BOY A PLACE
tiB waiter, and is willing to make him
self useful around the houso. Address Box B,
Critic ofllce. my l-3t
WANTEb-Rooms.
VVVVVNAAV'VVV'VVVVVV'VVVVVV'V'VNA
WANTED-ONK UNFURNISHED ROOM,
belwoen K and N nnd 8th and 10th sts.:
rent f (I. Address J. H Crltlo olllce. my7-3t
WANTED-ONE UNFURNISHED ROOM
with board for an old lady; not over
$15 por month. Address A. D., Crltlo onico.
myS-3t
WANTED Miscellaneous.
Advertisements of Three Lines unCcr this head
Inserted three times for 23 cents.
I70R RENT-A 'bTAHLe' WITH ACCOMUO
' datlons for two hnnes nnd largo wagon
orcartlnge. Inqulro at 027 Pet, n. w. my5-3t
WANTED-TO EXOHANGE SUMMER FOR
Winter and new tor old stoves, at But
lcr's Stove Exchange. Smoky chimneys cured
or no pay, old stoves bought. my5-3t
WANTED WHITEWASHING, HOUSE
cleaning and sodding work dono at rea
sonable rates, Apply at 010 Oth st u w.
my4-3t
WAWTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT DR. TAY
lor, 031 F street, near Tenth, makes
boautltulaots of artlllclal tooth for $5; guar
anteed to give full satisfaction; extracting
with gas, chloroform or local anesthotlcs, r()
cents; without, 25 cents; tilling at vory low
prices. oc20
BOARDING.
TWO PERSONB OAN BE ACCOMMODATED
with n room ami board for $15, or single
person tor $28. Front room; delightful loca
tion. Address gtvon upon ausworlng adver
tisement. R. L. T Crltlo ofllce. my5-3t
THE LA PIERRE, 8. W. CORNER OF TENTn
and K streets, nnd tho Lochlol, 512 Ninth
st. n. w with pleasant roonuaud good board,
aio recommended to pormanontand transient
boarders. lylll
PORJXCHANOE.
W'ANmTcT EXCHANGE NEW BTOVE
for old onna ut Butler's Btnvo Exchange
comer 5th and K sts. Hmoky clilmnoyscurod
or no pay. titovus oxchnnged for grocorlos
Old ntnven hoi 1 a lit.
MONEY TO LOAN.
rpo I.OAN-$200, $300, $100, 500
ON
X satisfactory security. A, llovd,
Murshul Law BuiiuinK H,"
I Imyd-tf 310 4ii at. 11. w.
I HAVE MONEY '10 LOAN ON GOOD REAL
r-Mato or collateral security al lowest mtes
ot IntereH. No delay when security Is good,
0.0. GREEN, Room 1, dromon's building,
cor. 71 h nnd La. nv, apt 1-tf
UNDERTAKERS.
E. M. BOTELER,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKER,
Nos, 012 Pa, ave. n. w,, nttd 735 8th Bt, S. 0
Telophoue call No. 854.
W. B. SPEABE,
xjasrr but -a.i-5: edes.,
010 F STREET NORTH WE3T,
Everything strictly Urst-alass nnd on tho
iiiosi irnsonnblo terms, (Camp Ohalra to hire
for all occasions.) rnyl-lyr
DENTISTS.
V -fV N"
ARTIFICIAL TEETH
WITHOUT PLATES.
And t60tiiohOWnb for roots and btOkonor
badly decayed Uelb.
GENERAL DKNTIBTHY 111 nil Its brahchcf,
C. L. ANDERSON, 0. D. $.,
001 'f HIRTFJUiTH ST., 0011. V Bt.
fi MUSEVENIS.
ir!.","''Jjr1.,A,,lT"A or 'rh0 "Inl'moul
X lnlr, Flotow's Obormlug Festlvnl O.iora.
i'il,.D?icU A,0'"! Htoddart
Lionel......... ..,, 0. It, Thomnsoa
Their First Appcaranco Hero.
Sir Tfls'nn.,,.. 'loorgo Dcnhara
His First Apt eoranco this Benson.
Mat Hid ,, mm Norman
Nancy 1,,, , i...Zulda Seguia
Friday FRA DLVVOLO.
Alfa Norman, iravcrnor, J. rAakcp,Ttompson,
H, Feakcp, Norcross nnd Z-Ida Beguln,
Saturday MatInco....CUlMEd OF NORMANDY
Saturday night SEQUIN NlOIir.
BOHEMIAN (llltli,
lLTnOVATOIIE(2d Act).
Each pioductlon ported In oVory dotal).
MOndoy-DORA WILEY OPERA CO.
Second Engagement of Summer Soason,
25 or 50c. mascot. 25 or OQe.
AIliAUail.& Oriuiil Opera-Hou-if.
Otirntnir ofllio Niiiiniii'i- Nonnnu.
Tho management takes ploasurolnnnnouhc
Ingtbut arrangements have been madutjrii
Bummor season of
a&isaxa ossr,-a..
Commencing MONDAY, MAY 11, With Btrausi
Beautiful Opera,
vmxoi: nn:riiusAr.r.n,
J lib n poworful cast, ombrnclng Agnes Stone.
Mary Bcbee, LoulB Do Lange, Alexander Clark,
Alexander Boll, W. U. West, J, H. Imano, nnd
other favorites. During this soason thooperaa
will bo presontod with tho sumo stage mount
ing!, costumes, sconory and properties as la
mldwlnter.
ADMI88ION TO ALL l'ARTS Or TUE HOUSIi
TWEMT t'lVIl UI1.V I'S.
Orchestrn and front row of Orohcetra Circle
may bo reserved for 25 conts extra, balo of re
served seats now npou. Packages coutalnlnK
12 admissions $2,75. my7-tt
1 iimi: inuisr.im. '
XJ I'ennsylyanta s. onuo, noar 11th at.
Itoturn of tho favorites, tho justly celobratoil
Actress, ARNE WALKER,
And Her Splendid Dramatic Ompanv.
Wednesday fc Thursday Afternoon nudNlghf,
tho Great Emntloual Play ot
EAST LYNNE,
Arno Walker In bor groat part ot Lady Isabel.
ns pcrfotmtd by her to crowded
houses ffbennor It Is projontad.
Friday and Bsturdny JOSHUA WUITOOMD,
Ono of tho bast Comedy Dramas ot thn ao.
ADMISSION TO ALL ONLY 10 CTS.
Box-oHlco open all day tor salo ot reservoil
scnts.
Hi:it7.oj'N .tivsr.trji.
Late Lincoln Hall, Oth and D sts. u. w.
Coolest and Best Ventilated Tboatro Ih tht
City I Every Afternoon aud Night, coin
menclng Monday, May 4.
COOL BURGLS8, COOL UURGEB?,
COLLOM k WELCH'S
MINSTRELS AND 1HU8S DAND.
ADMISSION 10 and 20 conto
Doors open at 1 nnd 7 p. ra.
Monday, May 11, FLORENCE NoDLE and
nARHY JACKSON In "QUEEN'B EVIDENCE."
Q.11AND TESTIMONIAL CONCERT
Tendered to
1ISSEIIATHUHSBY
To bo given at
Albaugh'3 Grand Opera-House,
THUKbDAY, MAY 7,
1 KEV10U3 TO HER DEPARTURE FOR
EUROPE.
This testimonial, which has bcon tendored
Miss Thursby by bor many friends, has boon
cordially uultod In by tho President, his Oabl
not, tbo Vice-President and tho leadlug mem
bers of tho Diplomatic Corps.
Miss Thursby will bo nsslsted by
MRS, POWELL, Contralto;
MR. A. L. KING. Timor;
MR. WM. WALDECKER, AccompanUt,
AND
MME. HOPEKIRK,
Tho Greatest Living l'lanlat.
Scnts can bo obtained ut Ellis' music storo
037 Pennsylvania avo., on and ut tor S iturday.
DoxeB$50 and $25; orchestra and orchestra
clrclo, $2.50; drcsB circle, $2.
NATIONAL JOCKEY GLUB.
The Spring Meeting
WILL de held
TUESDAY, May 12.
WEDNESDAY, May 13.
THURSDAY, May 14.
FRIDAY, May 15.
Five Races Each Day !
All the First-Class Horses!
Tho Flist Rico will bo started at3o'cloelc
each day.
Special trains will loavo tho Balttmoro ft
Ohio Depot for tho traekot 8:30 n. m 12:10,
1:30, 1:55, 2:20, 2:45 nnd U.05 p. m nud
will bo In walling when tho races aro over.
Oars Reserved for Ladies.,,
Improper Characters will be Excluder)
rpiIVAIKE UOM1UUE.
REOPENS
SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 2,
WITH A OREAT BENSATIONAL
TION.
Si
IT'OUNDaTvTHAu'l'AKEN UPADltl5r; lit
? feet long: owner cau got tlio sr.mo by
proving prnpcity nnd paylug charts. Oalt
ou Gcorgo Thomas Toombe, N and ','t sts. n. w.
. myl-3t
FOR SALE AM RENT.
BKAi. iIntatk i:i)L,Ll'.XlN
or
TH08. E. WAOOAMAN, Oir F street.
(Ohaunesixade Wednesdays and Buturdnvs.)
THREr-STOUY BIHOK AND FitAMB
HOUSES l'OK BALK.
810Istnw, mod Imps, 10 rs J7.G2J
1747 F st 11 w. mod tin, 10 rs. ti.VK)
417 K si n w, mod Im, 10 rs o.vjo
812 1 st n w, mod Imps, 10 rs fl.tto
81 1 1 st 11 w, mod Imps, 10 rs (),')
(32 J 1 Bt n w, mod lui, 15 rs d.OOO
Oor I and N Cap sis, mod Im, 0 rs, a w a 000
2108 l'a avo n w, moil Im, 8 rs 8.000
4VlMusNneuiidlS0Ist. mod Imp, I rs n.000
I5u I st n vi. f li. 1 rs 0,000
TWO-BTORY 1UWIIC AMD FRAMli UOUSEa
FOR HALE.
2118, 2120, 2122 F nt 11 w, mod Imps, n rs 1,0m)
l(4u (I ut, t h, 11 w, mod Im, 8 rs ,i.ouu
fcODdrtcsat.iurd Imps, 7rn 2.9C0
U02I Boundary st 11 w. b li, mod Im, A rs '-'.WO
tiw mih si n w. f h rs 2.M0
Hill bill ht 11 w, modlmpn, lira. 2.1S7
1713und 1715 11th stn w, li b, iiiudhn.O rs. -MOO
817 4tli st 11 w, 1 h, mod Im, A rs 2.000
2(21 lltiiiiidari' st ii w.f h,5rs 1 u.ino
11S0 15th st 11 iv, I ll, r, rs 1 ,'JCO
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR HALF:.
Per Foot.
Cor lcth nnd S sts n w f 1 21
Oor -Hli ami 1 Man 0 , llu
Cor 3d mid I sts 11 e,.. , 1 lo
nil st. bit L and M sis 11 e. 12
Jl at, btl 3d aud -Itli 110 12o
till ht, bet L nud Mu e 12c
nil nt, bet 1 1111 J K stn 11 u , 12o
1 at, bet rt nml 4th 11 p , 12a
fcdM, bet 1 and K bts 11 1 t2o
H0US1CB FOR P.KNT, ....
Per Month.
1C 0 st a e, poss Jlny 1. mod Imps, 0 rs ....? m M
LSI) tint', mod Im. Urn.., 1 i'M
lKllllhMse.niodlmps.a rs 2,40
1)1 1 Va live s w, mod Im, H r 2.1 iu
'Mi Dth 61 11 w.uiod Im.Urs H no
1117 nnd 81U lot li at s w, mod Im, S rs 14 00
420 till U a w, mod Im, :i ra 12 m
141 A at b r, med lui, 11 ra M Oil
)ll4h('u0Be mod lui, 4 in 1: 50
4U2BUueHC,inoi! tin, Irs , 0 50
On-IOFA
Per Month.
sis F st 11 vf, room 1 u,.t3 1 ou
408 I n live n v, IM lloor, I rs SO OO
1 31 Fat 11 w,2d ill or ,. 2 on
(iiiiitun BullillDK n , rs 20 to 29 - 23 (
fl, 8 V at 11 w, r J ...1 SO on
in nnd ism mon BulldliiB 11 w is on
6JI l' st 11 iv; 3d lloor, 11 rs 15 OO
file I'M r, w. r 15 00
tinntbn Bnlldlrg, r 25 IH 0
418 Ln nvu n w, Tat lloor, 2 rs 12 TO
LOANS
In sums to salt ntO per cent, . . ,
Thanbove Is only ft small nortldnot prOrerty
on my books. For full list call at onlce for bulle
tins luued on 1 tt aud 15th,
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