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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, MAT 3 2, 3 88S.
THE WASHINGTON CKITIC.
rubllshed Dally (Bnnfisys Excepted)
Iho Evenki? Oritio Publishing Oompanj,
3IALLET KILBOURN. President.
IV. fcCOTT TOWERS Treasurer.
JtlOIIABD It. BYLVKSTEH, Editor.
Oil 11 STREET, TOST BUILDING,
' Washington, D,U
INiir.TC COPY OKNTfl
34Y HAJlltlKIl. ... .." ... J OKNTO
j!v MAlL(l'o.we raid) One Year. 1.no
XIV MAILrostago Paid) Biz Months a.DO
Mall Subscriptions Invariably In Advance, .
TnE Washington Ckitic,
Wellington, P. 0.
Tuosday, May 12, 188B.
AlbnoRli'n "rrluco Methusalem."
Ford's "Tho Mascot."
JIcrroE's Museum "Queen's Evidence."
Ihcatre Co mlque Burlesque ami variety.
Dime Mnscum--Lconr.o Urotlirra.
' Kxcnrilon to the Ciipllnf.
Thcro aro no mora delightful mouths In
any city on tlio iacooftho earth, than tho
months of May unci Juno In Washington ;
and September and October nro not far bo
bind them In attractiveness. From now on
until tbo first of July tho National Capital
Is to bo scon at its beat bocauso of Its
wealth of follago and flowers and grassy
lawns, and of tho gonorally mild and
cquablo tomporaturo. Tho autumnal
months aro rjulto as advantageous In many
respects, especially for outdoor travel and
tlght-scolng about tho city and Its sub.
Thcsoaro tho seasons of tho yoar that
should bo utlllzod much moro than thoy
nro by strangers who dcslro to visit Wash
ington, ami such would doubtloss bo tho
caic, wcro our frlonds throughout tho
country given propor encouragement to I
come, and if tho various railroad companies
concentrating hero wcro to oiler induco
mcnt8 in tbo way of popular excursions at
There aro thousands upon thousauds of
pcoplo who would avail thcmsolvcsol such
nn opportunity, wcro tho opportunity
available, and thcro is ovory reason to
believe that it would prove a prolltablo
schemo to tho railroads. All that Is hooded
to lnaugurato It is tho arrangomout of a
reasonable schedule- of fares and a wldo
advertisement of tho fact, In which tho
press gcncially would, no doubt, cordially
co-operate, nud a larso tido of spring and
autumn travel could soon bo turned in this
It would bo a good thing for tho city, a
gocd thing for tho roads and n good thing
for tho people Now, of all others, Is tho
time, In advance of tho heated mldsummor
term, to "do" tho Capital comfortably and
cheerfully, to voyogo down tbo 1'otomao,
to visit Mount Arcrnon,, to mako tho grand
tour of our historic and ptcturosquo sur
loundmgs. Will not tho railroads second
The Critic's motion?
A Now Boole Wll linoineil.
Mark Twain mado tho mistake- of his
life when ho neglected to havo a wood
cut hewn out to illustrate hlsitiu- pas of
weeping over tho ico-houso at Mount Ver
non. Ho llkewlso disregarded a gigantic
opportunity when bo forgot to havo an
electrotypo plate prepared to show that
Adarn's sarcophagus was bona-fldo and en
titled to public confidence.
When Victoria 'Rcgina published hor
mournful volume on "Life, in tho nigh
lands," it would have been a monster
stroko of business If sho had accompanied
tho prospectus with a strong indorsement
from her Primo Minister.
If Sir l'otor Lumsdcn or tho l'ul of
Dufferln should writo a book on "Four
Stockades; or, How tho Afghans Woro
Battled," thoy would bo considered non
enterprising, indocd, If they neglected to
accompany it with tho cordial affidavit of
Mr. Qladstono that it was "a good thing."
Thcro would bo no rumors of wum to-day
in I'uropo if KomaroiTs llttlo volumo on
"Two Facades; or, Tho Looting of tho
Sarika'1 had only gone out with a nrcfrtco
by the Whlto Czar that ho had read tho
advance sheets and found them worthy of.
Prcsldoqt Cleveland's autograph electro
typo letter commending Mr. Runsot Cox's
work on ''Three Decades'' is a stroko of
policy, howovor, that will bo beard around
tho world. Mr. Cox is to bo congratulated
upon tho boom which his new literary
venture, has thus received at tho bauds of
a thoughtful and bonlgnant administration.
It was scarcely noccssary, considering tho
established reputation of tbo new Minister
to Turkey as a genial, graphic and clovorly
glfttd writer, but tho sond-off is an agree
able one at any rate. It will do to framo
arid keep In tho family.
A Poltlicnl Warm Wave.
The low barometer which has prevailed
among certain Democratic statesmon since
tbo -1th of March Is being followed rapidly
by high tempcraturo and warmer wcathor.
Tho cold-wave flag has been ordered down
in Missouri, and tho mean rclativo humid
ity in Illinois, Michigan and Indiana is
evaporating In tho sunlight of Presldont
Cleveland's better understood policy,. Tho
Administration has begun to "turn tho
Tho unseasonable storms which gathorod
in the Northwest last month havo passed
out to sea and are now mingled with tho
Gulf-stream of faith In tho Administration.
Tho local thormomotrle readings show a
smaller average of proclpltatlon, and a
lovely summer is indicated alike, lu tho
Mississippi Aralloy and tho South Atlantic
Tbo probabilities arc, therefore, that
hereafter tho political weather will bo lair,
with perhaps occasional showers and local
lalns next fall. But tho people wouldn't
appreciate tho sunshino If tho cloudsdid
not now and then obscuro tho sun. And
thus wq. confidently predict that, as long a i
tho Administration causes its bonotlcont
aUloii respecting tho offices to permeato
alike tho Now England States and tho
Ohio Valley, thcro will bo plain calling,
glad skies and a tempcraturo equal to tha
palmiest days of Acadia,
IlllHllICNM MH HH COUNIllN,
Jt is evident from thecouservatlsm which
characterizes tho action of tho State Depict
rnent tbat Sccrotary Hayard has determined
to organlzo tho Consular Servlco on a bud
oes3 basis. Tho rocont law requiring re
ports from consulates at freijuont lutorvaU
on leading topics of tho times ha.i nromod
goncral interest in tho system and will glvo
great impetus to commercial faith lu thojo
reports, as tho latter aro found to bo relia
ble and Instructive
It only romalns for tho Sccrotary to
select bis consuls with roferonco to their
peculiar fitness for tho preparation of facts
and statistics relating to tho trado, labor
ABU tocJo-economlo conditions of foreign
countries in snch mannor as will commend
thcmsolves to tho pooplo, tho politician?
and thostatosmcnofall partlos. Our con
sular system should bo mado an elaborate
and cfllclcnt instrument of tiustworthy In
formation of all kinds. Many of tho re
ports alroady publlshod aro of value, not
withstanding tho fact that in so mo cases
thoy havo n strong tlncturo of partisanship
or political bias. But tho systom, as It is
intended to bo, will bo frco of thlsobjoctlou
ablo feature, and nudor proporguldanco can
bo mado of greater profit to tho agricultural
and commercial intorosts of tho country
than tho combined work of all our high
The oxports of Moxtco havo incroAscd
lu thrco years from about 0,000,000 to
nearly $17,000,000. This Is ono result of
railway construction in that country. In
facilitating transportation It has stimulated
production, ni Comcrcio ihl Valte, tho
Spanlsh-Amorlcan papor, publlshod at St.
Louis, predicts that Moxlco, "with poa'co
and wisdom," will havo a rovonuo of $.00.
000,000 within tho coming ton years. All
that is neoded is to tear down tho toll
gates along tho Bio Grando, abolish all
olioua forms of commercial taxation nud
mako frco intorchangcablo markots with
all tho world.
The policy of tho Sccrotary of Stato In
tho Panama business has vindicated itsolf,
and it was nn exceedingly troublosoruo and
dellcato matter to deal with. Sonor Do
cerra, tho Colombian Mlnlstor, who Is now
in New York, said to a Tribune roportor
yesteiday : "I think tho conduct of tho
United States dovornmont has boon right
in every respect. Whllo all tho mombors
of this Govornmont descrro commendation,
I havo special motives for bolng gratified
with tho course of Mr. Bayard in tho man
agement of this affair.1'
Tun great object of tho now Catholic
university to bo established hero was fully
stated by Bishop Spalding in his dlscoutso
during thol'lonary Council. It is intondod
to commence with faculties of philosophy,
sclcnco and theology, adding othors lu tlmo,
with n viow to tho most thorough educa
tion posslblo of Catholic clorgymon. Kola
tivo to tho location of tho univoraity in
Washington, tho Ktw York TImci says tho
'ptclatcs havo dono a wiso thing,
A jury has bcon secured lu tho caso of
Cluvcrius, charged in tho Richmond courts
with having ruurdcrodFannlo Lillian Madi
son. Tho trial is destined to bo a rcmarka
bio one, for it seems difficult to dotormlno
whether Miss Madison did not commit
suicide, instead of being murdered. It Is
of local intorcst that a portion of tho jury
was secured in Alexandria.
The question with tbo Maino delegation
is whether tho postmaster at Augusta
should be named by Mr. Ulaino and tho
two Bepubllcau Senators, or whether tho
Democratic Stato Central Commtttco and
President Cleveland should havo something
to say about it. Tho odds thus far aro in
favor of thoProsIdont.
Tin: moro tho affairs of tho Agricultural
Department nro looked Into, tbo moro it
becomes apparent that tho timo for acbango
of Administration had como. Dr. Loring
was moro of an rrsthoto than an atbloto in
tho matter of civil servlco reform.
The Wisconsin man who swallowed n
silver dollar tho other day will probably
worry through his trouble, but it Is a very
close call. Hereafter when ho fools llko
taking a dollar or two for lunch ho wilt
select a nice, tcudcr grconback.
The caso ngalnst Commissioner Spark
was dismissed in tho Police Court to-day,
Judgo Snell very properly deciding tbat
tho mnjesty of ndmlnistrativo roform must
The lot of Lot Wright of Ohio Is not n
happy ono. Tho Congressmen whom ho
bulldocd Into ofllco last fall should chip in
and do something for him.
PEOPLE IN GENERAL.
GOTerncr-elect Wctmoro ot nbodo Island will
bo Inaugurated May 'JO with groat pomp and
Cliarles Francis Adam, Jr., Is aceompanlol
on.hlB Mexican travels by Mr. P. D. Mlllot, tlio
Qcnornl Bherldan and wlto wero thrown
trom a carriage while driving lu I.ob Angel o?,
CbI., but they wero not sorlously injured,
Mr. Morton will to-morrow present to the
Muilclrml Council ot Farls tbo etatuo pro-
scnted to the Fronch capital bj tho resldont
Justice Stanley Mathews has engaged boata
for himself and family nt Ashevlllo, N. 0,, lor
the summer. Hon. D. 0. Washburn will also
spend the summor at Asbovllle.
Justices Wftlte and Bond aro la Norfolk,
Vb., to sit with Judge Hughes, to try tho peti
tion of Receiver retors ot tbo Exchaugo Na
tional JJauli, praying to havo tho deod of as
slsnment made by tho Unln Bros, in Ports
mouth eet osldo,
Mrs. John Drow appenrod ns Ziily TemU
lost ni; ht at the Arch strcot Theatro, Philadel
phia. Bho lias been connoctod with tbo stigo
llfty-nlno years; "yot," snyj fio I'itlatlelphla
Stict. ''sbo cannot bo called an old woman,
Sho Improver, litre wine, and to-day Is ns
spilghtly, es koenly humorous and as
ilnlshed.'la her methods as when sbo delighted
tbo generation now rtono as Jltatnce and
Thp caso ot Mrs. Allcs O'Koela against Ross
H. Vflnansot Baltimore, for dlvorco, came up
In New York to day boforo a roferoe.
8, L. M. liat lew ot New York was yesterday
elected president of tho American Dramatli
In a lecture last ulgbt beforo tho I.onguago
Club or Columbia College, New York, upou tho
subject ot "Iteration In Law," David Dudley
Field said that tbcro wero BOO superfluous
words In ovory deed nnd 1,'J 10 la evory mart.
gage, and tbat tbo poople of Now .York, pay
every year $100,000 for tho recording of bu.
Ocorgo a. Valley ot HopKlnton, N. II., for
merly proprietor ot tho Jlotton Jltralii, dlod nt
Contoocook, N. U Yesterday, aged sixty-tour
A Jlori-liird Wrxioru Noimtor.
He was a Western Senator, not usod to fanh
lonnbla wnvftaud was a euest at n Washing
ton Lull, Entering a largo, brilliantly Illu
minated suite bosuddenly stoppxd, liuckiid to.
wards the door and lu horrlllod tone? ox
cJlmert "My elnre, I'vo mnde a mistiikel"
"My dear Senator UUnk," said the hostess,
burning toward him, nbal's too matter?
Yi u look 111."
'-Oh, umhlnp, rotblng, only I am such a dolt
IcamiMurr near entering tula npmuinnt by
ralstnko. Pleneo pnrdou mo and Bhow mo the
way tntlm ballroom."
"Why, UenutJir, tlileU the ballroam. What
did you think It wan?"
"Tlie-ladlea drtetlng room," murmured
the Beimtor, mopping tbo porsplratlou from
LU bibtr.-tUblcagu Tribune,
Tlio Vlirftrftil Wuturnttilou.
Oenllomnn In OoorKla who nro waiting Mr
cfilcoshould hoof good cheer, 'i'ho bluakbarry
ond watermolon crona will soon bo at hand.
Tfiero Israoroemis'ilatloi) InaOeoritla wAtor
melon than a cousulata,- Macon I'eUiraph,
Itnpld it nil it ay TrniiNll,
"How long dooa this train stop for rotrish
roeutsl" asked a traveler, ai ho entered a
railroad restaurant in Georgia. .
"Itdepcn'fl on bow huncry do couductali
arn,"ald tbo walter.-N. Y. Times.
"Got the Blues."
Not that uuploaoaut, depressing kind that
eomo merchants soom to havo this soason, tor
our sales havo been running away ahead ot
last year, but tho Indlgoos, tho All-Wool, tho
Fast Colored Blues, sucn as so many pcoplo
wnut in suits.
WE'VE QOT THEM AT $7.50;
Worso Butts aro sold for $12 la many a storo,
QOT THEM AT $10.50;
Tho Middlesex makoi somo dealers cbargo
you Jin for such goods.
QOT THEM AT $15;
Would bo cheap at $20.
A FULL LINE OF CASS. SUITS,
From 10, 50 up.
Wo also bavo a full lino ot
PLAID SUITS FROM $7.50 UP;
Homo big Bargains.
FJRI3STCB AIBEmT STTITS
at$lG; worth $25.
4-BUT. CUTAWAY SUITS FBOM $10 UP.
ODD PANTS (Incluulnn Blcyclo Pants);
Immonso ABsortmout: $1.25 and upward,
WHITE VESTS, I'll Mi LINK, 75c AND UP-
AM'AUA COATS, $1 AND UPWAUD.
OrriOE COATS, 05c AND Ul'WAUD.
FOR BOYS 4 TO 11 YEARS,
A beautiful lino ot Suits trom $2,o0t)tl0j
somo gonulno bargains.
FOR BOYS 12 TO 18 YEARS,
A coivploto llnoo t Suits from $1.G0 to $15;
best bargains over shown.
A baseball and bat Glvon with overy boy's
THE IISEIT STOEE,
dor. Tenth and P Sts.
tayilnkono mlsinko nnd eomo to tho Corner
of 10th and F stroots.
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Dry Goods Department
416 Seventh St. Northwest.
Wo havo Just opened a lino of SUM
MElt SILKS, ftom 35c. up, at
Also, an extra nuallty 2Mncb Black
Frencn SUItAQ BILE, regular $1 goods,
at 7Cc. a yard, at
A full lino Black and Colorod CHIOS
OUAIN SILK ot tbo most rollable makes
from 70c. up, at . ..,,
A line lino ot colorod all silk imA
DAMES, lu desirable shades, at 05c. a
22-lnch all silk SURAHS, In plain and
checks, at 00c. a yard, at
BLACK GRENADINE VELVETS, at
10 pieces colorod Silk BROCADE
VELVETS, suitable for dresses and
light wraps, at J2.C0 per yard, at
5 pieces black silk BUOOADE VEL
VETS, lu small tiguroB, suitable for
wraps, at $2.00 a yard, at
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416 Seventh Street Northwest,
LOOK AT THE
$15 Plain and Check Suits
931 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Sharpless' Oandy Store.
Groat Itoductlon in rrlcos. Entire Stock at
x.ess than uost
CWna-Warc anil Honscfariiisniiig Goods,
AT LOW FBIOES,
H. HOLLANDER, Agent
408 BEVENTH ST. NORTnWEST.
SCHUTZ'S MILWAUKEE LAGER
TnE BEST IN THE DISTRICT.
SAMUEL C. PALMER, Arjont.
1221 TWENTY-NINTU BTREET NORTHWEST
in Can oe bonght
II.. M colli. dealer 111
Bulldlre Supplies, N03. 008, I0. l)li and 1114 U
street, tlnee doorB nettcrthe Patent Oillco, tin
midlatply cdJolulnB National Jlllles' Armory.
tl;ii t nuy other eatahiluhruent In the city. 11
yrtiwim to buy even the smallest quauilty ol
hlte Imil. oils, varnish colors, dry or In oil, etc..
tend your address on a postal cam and 0 pilnten
price-list ot evtry artlclu eoid In this department
nlll bu sent to you by return mail, reaching you
In n It w hours' time by letter-carrier. This prlci
IIH elves tfce price ol half pint, plur, quart, lilf
1,'iillon et.llon.BUd Ihofullous of eachklndol
oll.turpeiillne, dr;er, varulsh nod other llquldi
sold I) measure; ulno, prlco per quarter-pound,
iiulf pound, ixaind, live, ten, tnemy-llve and
lid pou nds ot eucli artlclo Bold by wilght: also, Hit
unci prlca of lulscelluiHCuanrtlcleu. 'II111 prices
are trailed nernrdlng to the quantity bought.
Large buyers get very lowest prices; small buy.
ers pay u ellgntlj- hlither rate. My prices nre
llil. All liujers bujlng thusaiiio quantity pay
1110 mmo price. Ibo luekperlenced buyergets
ilietume prlco us the oldest pulutcrlf he buys the
Af tr examlnlnirmy nrlce-lltsend your orders
ry liKffeliK.r Ifltpliorioor by iiiiU,hiiii they nlll
be lllltd promptly audlhu bill, as per price-list,
colletiiu mi. delivery. Uooda ilullverod to all
palls of lh city
'ilie.oilier (lepurtinents otiny rmnliti'M havo
grow 11 to s&tlslactory iiruportlons I now zlvc my
Bptelnl attet lliu to the. l'alnt Department, and
expect, by hating a full supply of UrntcHsi
KOida, tilllte Hum hi low pri'isaml iiiuuiiii;
prciuipt dfllterlm, 10 smirii u liberal sluire oi
tin public ryUtuunte .
JAMES II, McOIM,.
Devlerin llulMlnit r-uppll ,
Wi 10. i ami UUJI Mrc-t, ,
c -a. k, ej rr x nsr a- s .
Has In stock a full lino of Carpeting, all
grndt OllclntliP, Cocoa nud B'raw Mttunjti,
Aim latest styles In Wall Paper, Wludow
f liadea and Curtalu Goods. Wire Wladonr and
480 NINTH BTflEET NORTUWESr.
110. WELL COM Auctioneers,
SPECIAL SAIiCoV OIIO KE11Y.
Wo will Boll on WEDNESDAY, My 13, at 10
o'clock a, m,, a largo nnd varied nssortmont
otTabio'Waro and Toilet Articles from stand,
ard pottorlo. Tho attention ot tho public li
especially called to this snlo.
Immediately after wo will offer a lino lino of
fiow and Secoud-IIand Furniture, consisting
of rorlor and Chamber Suites, M. T. Uuroius,
Tables, omco Desks, Carpets InTapestry-nnd
Brussols, Straw Mattings, Rugs, etc., Mat
tresses, Spring Bods, Brooms, Children's
It II. C. WELT k CO.
UVALL Ac MARlt, Auctioneers, 1)25 I' St.
AT AUCTION, VALUABLE BUSINESS PItOl'-
I'.ltTY ON THE SOUTHEASr CORNER 01'
TENTH 8TREKT AND PENNSYLVANIA
AVENUE, BE1NO Nn. 1)30 PENNSYLVANIA
Wo will orror for sale, w rloso on estate, on
WEDNESDAY, MAY THIRTEENTH, 188"), at
HALl'-PAHT FOUR P. M , lots lettorod 0, M
V nnd 1', lu tho sub-dlvlslon of tbo wost- ju,
orn part ot squaro ,180, said lots f rontlue '22
foot 10 Inches ou Pennsylvania nvouuo nud OH
loot, moro or leer, ou luth stroct. A plat nlll
bo shown at time of salo,
Terms 1 c'asb. A doposlt of WOO will bo re
quired when bid Is accoptod. It tho terms nt
salo aro not complied with within ton (10)
days alter day of sale, tho proporty nlll bo ro
eold at tho risk and cost ot tho dofnultlng pur
chaser. All convoyanclng at cost ot purchaser.
mvll.ila.da DUVALT.& MARlt. Auctloneors. .
top) in stylish
u. w. mylv!-3t
.D.Ol (squor or round
colors. Hlllyard'B, 43U7tbst.
A LADY, 27 YEARS OLD, HERE ON BU8I
ncss, and Is dostltute, would llko to mako
tbo acquaintance of a gontleroan who will as
sist hor. Addross Mrs. 0. D. Clifford, City P.O.
QjKn WILL BE TAID FOR A PLACE AS
p(Dw V Mossongor or Watchman In any ot tho
Departments. Address 0. 0., this onico.
1 PERSONS SUFFERING HlOU RHEUMA
ttsm, Nouralgla, Dyspopsla, Norvous or
acneral Debility, pan loam ot a posltlvo euro.
Address ,1am op, oil llth st. n. w. my8-3t
rpYPE-WRITINO DEPARTMENT; OALl
X staph omco; expert oporators; work
called for and dellvored. Call by tolephone,
Cnllgraph omco, 0.13 F st. myB-tt
LLOYD'S ORIOINAL WASHINGTON 25-OT.
Express; Daggago cbecked at rosldonco;
furniture carcrully removed, omces, 1003 r
at. n. w.j -181 l'a, avo. n, w. Tolophono No.
AMONG THE OBJECTS 01' WONDERUENT
In Washington Is tbo Forsyth Cafe, 618
10th St., near r, whore meals aro served for 1!
cents that actually cost from 50 to 75 els. at a
hotel or restaurant any placo In the U. 8.
110 D Street Northwost.
Hours, 11 to 0.
"PATTERSON, NO. 801 E 8r SERVES THE
jl nest jo-contmeaiiu mo city; caiianu try
them; full meals, 25 cents. loliltt
JL. KERVAND, 1012 PENN. AVE., EN-
gravor. Plato and 50 visiting cards, 80
cents; 50 cards from enmo Plato, 45 cants;
100 cards printed from plate, 75 conts.
EDIOINE FOR DOGS.' " ".
AH Diseases cured.
0C13 Cor. -IS' st. and Md.nvo. a.w.
LADIES "COMPOUND PILLS OF TANSY"
aro perfectly euto and always effectual.
Sealed particulars, 2c. Wilcox SpoclOo Medl
cine Company, Philadelphia, l'a. tu-th-s
LADIES PDNNYROYAL PILLS ("OHIOHES
ter's English"), tho only genuine, sate,
certain nnd effectual. Bealod particulars, dc.
Oblcbestor Chemical Co., 2313 Madison sq,,
Philadelphia, Pn ly23-ood
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
Advertisements ofThree Llnci under this bead
Inserted threo times lor 25 cents.
I70U SALE-DAYTON WAGON (2. BEATS),
. good as new, or will trade tor a phrmon or
doctor's buggy; will also sell, or trado tor a
smaller borse, a lino horse, 7 yearsold; spirit
enough; needs no whip. Addross Room 7,
Federal building. my!2-3t
?0R SALE 18IX0n TULL NICKELED
star blcvcle. in nerfect order, at a bar-
gain. 454 Pa. avo, n. w. my!2-3t
IyOB SALE-MEAT AND PROVISION STORG
? at cor. (1th and N sts. n. w., cheap tor
cash, Call or address 1327 flth st. n. w.
OR SALE-A BABY OARRIAGE NEARLY
new. Call at 1411 8th st. n. w. my8-3f
370R BALK-ONE ELEGANT NEW IM
. proved 1 50 four-drawer Blngor and one
Domeslla sowing machine, slightly used, with
all tho latest Improved attachments, and llvo
years' lrgal guarantee, at f 20, at Auorbach's,
71b and II ftp, my8-3t
FOR BALE-AN OLD-E3TABU8UED DIN-Ing-room,
centrally located, cheap for
cash; doing a business of $35 to $00 porday.
Apply to Prlco ic coombs, 020 V st. n. w
IPOK SALE-A MOSLER, DAUMAN & CO.'S
! sate; good as new. Price, etc., apply at
Business Oillco Evening Critic. myl-tt
I70R SALE SEVERAL ESTEY AND OTHER
? lino parlor, chapel and church organs
for salo at a great sacrifice for cash or on easy
teims at G. L. Wild & Bro.'a. 700 7th st.n. w.
Advertisements of Three Lines under this head
Inserted three times for 15 cents.
I70R HIST 1325 llTU ST.N. W., THREE
. or tour f iirulshtd rooms, with table board.
11 OR RENT-LARGE UNFURNI8HED ROOSI
. or parlor lloor, anil two small ones on
3d lloor, at 1323 H St.: prlco $10 and iti,
' ' ! I !
OR RENT LARGE AND SMALL ROOMS,
furnished and unturnlshod. forofUco or
sleeping. 512 8th st. n. w. myO tit
npilllEK UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR
JL light housekeeping, on third lloor, at $8
pur month. Apply at No. 210 Socond st. n. 0.
17U)R JtENT-EN BUITi! OR SINGLE ROOMS;
7 neatly furnished; noar Capitol; noarcars;
nlco locality; with quiet family; sluglo, $10
and 5. Call nt 121 Md. avo. n. e. my5-3t
Advertisements ol Tbi eu Lines under this bead
?0R RENT-NIOE 8-ROOM nOUHE AND
cordon in ltockvlllu. W. 11. Fisko k Co.,
121 5 r at. n. w. my0-3t
OR RENT-ONE fi-ROOU BRICK nOUSE
on 17lb st.t bet. East Uanltol and South A,
for $11 per month. myO-3t
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
17011 RENT 8TABLE ROOM FOR nORSE
1 and buggy; also hall room; both wlthla
live squares ot 7th and F s,i. Address Fed
eral building, cor. 7tb and F m, n. w,room 7.
I70R RENT THE THIRD FLOOR OF THE
" buildings, w. cor, Dth and Ests. n. w.;
also a brick stable sltuatod In Tomporanco
alley. Apply at 1)12 E st. n. w. mv7 Ot
FOR SALE Lots.
1?0R BALE-BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN L0T3,
7 25x100 feet, fronting Uladensburg Turn
pike, in slgbtnt street-care, 1100; $100 cash,
balanco f 5 per month. Noat 5-room cottages
built nt lowest contract ratoa; 100 cash, bal
ance In 5 years, or monthly payments It pie
furrod. TH0MA1 A. MITCHELL,
npO-tt 031 F street, Ruoma 5 nnd tl.
pHEAFEST LOTB IN THE CITY.
BEAUTIFUL SITES ON COLUMBIA IIEIGHT3,
fronting on 13th street oxtonded and on Hoi
mead road; being fashionable drlvo ftom
llth street to Soldiers' Home Park;
SMALL OASn PAYMENTS;
long deferred payments for bslanco; small
raloof Interest! property rapidly tncroastug
Ki value; strict uowly graded, with gutters,
water nnd gns-lamps.
Lttssnld for5 per cent, of purchase money
In cash, anil balauco In monthly payments to
Street cars run within ono square ot all
A rare chanre for great bargains.
For full particular,), plat ot ground and
terms, apply to
HENRY I). O KEEN, or
JOHN E. BEALL,
mrfll-lf 114 F st. n. w.
Tho public are hereby uotlUod that In con
sequoncoot t'ao dangerous coulltlon of New
York avenue, tbo District Commissioners Imv.i
concludod to U0S3 It bitfoon Noah Capitol
and Second ttccc toast.
Fartlcs doalrlng t) attend tio N.ttoua
Jockey club raoss will please go by way ot M
NATIONAL JOCKEY CLUB
11 avo arranged with tho
B. k 0, it. it.
To run special cars on oacu train to aud from
tho racos. (Thoso cars aro for tbo accommo
dation only ot ladloe, and gentlomon accom
panied by ladlos.)
Bound-trip Tlckote, including Ro3orvod
GLYMONT EXCURSION GR0UND3.
Contract' for Lscurslons now lu order. Cot
tages and tlnclo rooms for tent, r. fiu'.u.np,
Caterer. L. R. TREMBLY. 527 7th st.
DERBY nATS IN LIGHT C0L0R3,
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS
In Great Variety.
B. II. STINEMET5 & SON, HATTER9,
1237 1'onno. Avo. my7
1728 Ponna. Avo. N. W.
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
Summer Board By tho week, $.5; by tho
month, $22. mv4-.'lm
YK5Ps.VIRGINlA BEACH HOTEL
OPEN TOR GUESTS MAY 15, 1885.
Situated on tho Atlantic Coast, 0 miles south
of Capo Henry; 18 miles trom Nor
folk by Railroad,
Beach tor bathing unexcollod,and no under
tow. Froo from mosqultoos. Tho House Is
llrst-olnss In all Its appointments. Telegraph,
tolophono and prompt mall facilities. Good
ashing nnd boailDg. For terms, which aro
reasonable, npply to
J. 1. IIORBAOH k CO.,
Virginia Beach Hotel, Va.
Tor further Information and circulars apply
to J. W. BOTELER k SON,
1)23 Tii. ave. 11 w,, Washington, D. 0.
WyCrsj,TnE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
ki"3i stockholders ot tho Evonlng Critic
Publishing Company for the purposo ot elect
ing trustees for tho ensuing year and tho
transaction ot 'such otbor business as may bo
prosented. will bo held nt the Critic onico. Oil
D St., Washington, D. C, on MONDAY, June 8,
1885. betwoen tho hours ot 11 o'clqck a. in.
and 12. m ot said day.
VffjiWANTED-TUE LADIES OF WA3H-
lngton to know tbat
Dressmaker, formerly ot 401 Pa. avo. n. w,,
has not left Washington, but Is located at
430 Ninth street northwest,
Riley Building. np27-lm
eGgaTAXE3l TAX ESI
Tax-payers can save a discount In tho settle
ment ot general and special taxes by calling
LOST AND FOUND.
r) A HEWARD-ir THE PARTY WHO TOOK
tP.l gold watcb and part of chain from
gentleman on nlgbt ot May 7 Will return the
same to owner tbo abovo roward will bo paid
or $5 for pawn ticket, or any rollablo Infor
mation concerning same, and no quostlons
Will bo asked. R. H. Wade, 405 G St. n. w.
WAOTEllOOrOR 5 YEARS AT 0 PER
com.; nrst mortgage on real ostato In
this city. Address 514 utu st. n. w. myll-3t
HATS AND UMBRELLAS.
Mackinaw Straw Hats
The colebrated MACKINAW STRAW HATS
DUNLAP & CO. of New York
Pearl and Doe color, Dross and Derby bats
In all shapes, at
WILLETT & RUOFFS,
Solo Agonts for Dunlap'a Now York Hats,
005 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
to competent IiuhIiichh iiinunirer for
(this) 1. V. KNi:itAI. AOI'.NVY (control
ling number ot local aconcles) for excluslvo
salo ot our Improved Machines. Rank with
tho Telephone. Over 7,000 In sorvlco. In
dorsed by highest mercantile, corporate and
expert authorities. Ovor 50 agencies estab
lished paying from 50 to 1(10 percent. on In
vestment overy 00 days. Bales la Now York
city approximating $500 per day. Aggregato
sales over $50,0(10 tor January. 1885. Appli
cants must tutntsh Urst-i-laes credentials, and
dei oeit from $1,000 to $2,000 cash security
not bonds for goods In their possession.
THE NATIONAL. Q. S. CO,,
21 East Fourteenth Strcot,
opl-30t NEW YORK.
Drew's New Drug Store,
NINTH AND PENN, AVENUE,
propen all night.
I ha,vo bad a cancor on my face for many
years. I havo tried u great many remedies,
but without rillef, 1 almost gave up hopo ot
ever being cured, Dr. Hardman, my son, re
commended Swift's UpeclUc, which I have
taken with great 1 epulis. Myfacolsnow well,
11 nd it Is Imputslhlo for me to express my
thanks In works for what this medlolno has
done lor m. Hits, olive HuthMtX.
Monroe, aa., Sept, 2, 1881,
Bnltt'e Specula bus cuted a cancer on my
face, and has almost made a now man of mo,
T. 1. TEA re, Waclssa, Fla.
I have had a cancer lu my right oar for throo
years. I tried every lomedy tho physlchtus
practiced, to no permanent good, Bwirt'a Boa
vlltuhus winuglit wonders fur mo, .Ilia tho
best blood purifier in iho world.
John S, Momtow, riorence, Ala.
Swift's Specific. Is entirely vogotnblo, aud
see no. to cure cancer by forcing out the lm
purltleH from tho blood.
Treatise ou Blood aud Skin Diseases malted
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC no . Drawer 3, At
lams, Qa., or 100 W. 23d et., N. Y,
Advertisements nt Three Lines under this head
Inserted thrco times tor zs cents.
WANTKD-A SETTLED AND EXPEttl
erceti colored woman for gonoral house
work nt 130(1 G Bt. n. w. Wngos, $101 must
stay nights; bring roferonces. myl) 31
WANTED-A WOMAN, WHO IS A GOOD
washornnd Ironor, for gonoral house.
work, at.14-11 Maes, nve. n. w. myl) IU
TTANTED-A GOOD SERVANT COOK: NO
YV washing; a good situation. 0'2S G st.
n.w. myl) 3t
xv AMTPTi b" KKNSiNHTON AitTco.
VlilillJVl female holp ty do our light,
pleasant work nt their homes. Sont by mall
promptly to any nddressi nn canvassing; oaiy
to learn, and any nuo can earn from $7 to $ 10
per wcelt. For toll Information, nddrcsa Kr.N
wsoroN AiiT Boomh, 10 l'oarl Bt Boston,
Mnss., Box 507B. my4.encll2c
. Advertisements of Threo Lines under this head
Inserted three times lor Vt cents.
A GENTLEMAN, WITH OOOD REFER
ences, acquainted with tho city, may
hear of partial employment by addressing
Business, Critic Office. myll-3i
WANTED- A l'IRST-OLASS HAND TO WORK
In plo bakery. L. II, Lima's National
Plo Bakory, 54 F ot. s. w. myll-3t
WAN7LD-A YOUNO MAN WHO CAN
wrllo short-baud and make himself
generally usoful In kcoplng books, ot:. Salary
to begin must bo low. Stato salary wanted,
oxporlonce, ota. Address W. Brown, Critic
WANTED-A WHITE BOY, 18 YIUUS OLD,
to attend n horso and buggy and ofllce.
Coll ot 311) N. Y. avo. u. w. myO-31
WANTED-AGENTS THAT CAN GIVE BE
curlty, to toll Jowelry,sllvornnd platod
waroontho installment plan; groat Indues
mints for tboso wishing to buy; all goods
guaranteed. Apply at Oil 7t'i st. n. w.
(Schtirman k Co.), flret floor back. myl) .It
WANTED-A GOOD STRONG BOY; ONE
honest aud willing to work. Call at
431 7th st. p. w. myl) ill
WANTED-A FIRST-CLA83 BARBER, Al'.
ply Bt Wclcker's Hotel burbor shop.
John U. Feldnor. my8-3i
Advertisements ol Three Lines under this head
Inserted three times forM cents.
LIZZIE CUTLER DESIRES WASHING AT
her residence, 1151 231 st. n, w to
wash nnd iron or rough dry, cither. my!2-3t
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COLORED
woman a situation ns nurso or as lady's
maid to travel. Address 1007 21st Bt,, nttor
10a. m. my!2-3t
WANTED-8EWIS0 BY TnE DAY OK
week; dicss-maklng or family sowing;
references glvon,' Address Miss Gatdnor, 022
8th st. i). w.i city. myll-3t
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COLORED
girl a situation aa nurso or chamber
maid. Call or address to No. 48 B st. n. o
bet, in tt. nnd Delaware avo. my"-3t
Advertisements ol lbieo Lines under this head
lneertcil three times for 25 cents,
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN A S1T0A
tlon ns llreman or assistant onglnoer.
Address 517 R. 1. ave., 0. E. M. myll-3t
WANTED-A BITUATION BY A WHITE
boy of 17 lu a grocory store; bost of
references rcgatdlcg ability, character and lu
tegrlty. Addreo J. P., Crltlo nfllce. myl)-3t
WANTED FOR THE BUMMBR ONLY, 5
or G Uandsomoly.rurnlshod rooms or
furnished hottso, In suburbs. Must bo first
class and no fancy prices ontortalned, Address
"Y," critic ofll-o. myl)-3t
WAN TED Miscellaneous.
Advertisements ofThree Lines under thti head
Inserted three tlmis for 23 cents
WANTED-LADIES DRESSMAKING DONE
cheaper than elsewhere; good work
guaranteed. 010 Oth st. n.w. myn-3t
WArtTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT DR. TAY
lor, 034 F street, noar Tenth, makes
beautiful cots of artificial teeth for $5; guar
anteed to give full satisfaction; extracting
with gas, chloroform or local anesthetics, DO
cents; without, 25 conts; tilling atvorylow
WANTED-TO BUY A 10 OR 12 ROOM
house, with all mod. lmns , In good cen
tral location, for cash. Address, with particu
lars, S. S., Star ofllce. Must bo a bargain.
' my!2-3t ;
WANTED-TO PUR0HA8E A HOUSE AND
lot; prlco not to exceod $1,50. W. 11.
riske k Co., 1215 r st. n. w. myl)-3t
WANTED-TO BUY A SMALL HOUSE AS
an Investment or home, Addross ReUl
Estate, r. O. box 572. my-3t
FOR SALE Houses.
AAA V AVAAA A i. . VVA .V.S
FOR SALE-A NEAT BAY-WINDOW BRICK
house; 0 rooms and bath; hot and cold
water; good rango and latroba In Uuo order;
lot 10x130 to 10-foot alley; tiro blocks from
Avenuo care, near Capitol; price $2,500.
Address Green k Bryant, 514 Oth st. myl l-3t
1?0R SALE-A VERY PRETTY COUNTRY
7 placo at Bennlngs, D. 0,; about 35 acres
with frame house, largo barn and good orch
ard; $2,250; $500 cash, balance to suit. Ad
dress M. H. Huntor, caro Wm, A. Cook, 400
Oth st. n.w. myO 3t
OR SALE-5-R00M BRIOK HOUSE ON
8th et. n. w.: renting for $12.50: price
$1,350. Address House, Critic office, myl) 3;
n0USE3. Brick nouso 722 llth st. e. c $4,000
' " 721 lth St.n. W 2,800
" " 1120Bat.n.o 2,200
GREEN k BRYANT, 514 Oth Bt. U. W
1?0R SALE-BARGAIN8-BR10K HOUBE 013
! M St., bet. Oth and 10th st. n, w. (11
rooms); brick house 1008 Dth et. n. w. (8
rooms). A. LLOYD,
Marshal Law Building,
ono iU0 4'jBt. n. w.
WANTED-TO EXCHANGE NEW STOVE
for old onos at Butler's Stove Exchange
corner 6th and K sts. Smoky chimneys cured
or no pay. Stoves oxchangod tor grocorlo
Old stovos boucht.
AAA, W VWVA
THE LA PIERRE, 8. W. CORNER OF TENTH
and E streets, and tho Lochlol, 512 Ninth
st. n. w., with ploasant roomi aud good board,
aro recommended to permanontand transient
MONEY TO LOAN.
TO LOAN-$200, $300, $100, $500 ON
satisfactory security. A, LLOYD,
'Marshal Law Building 8,"
I Imyd-tt 311) V.j at. n. w.
I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOO'D REAL
estato or collateral security at lotvost rates
of Interest. No delay whon security Is good.
O. C.GREEN, Room 1, Flromeu's building.
cor. 7th ond La. ave. opll-tf
THE HOWE DSINESSBOHOOl) 517 "bEV.
enth streotn. w., short, condeusod course
in practical bookkeeping, rapid ponmanshlp
and English branches ut modorato rates of
tuition, Morning, attornoon and night ses
sions. Clvll-Borvlce preparation a specialty.
Shorthand, Elocution and Mathematics by n
ap3Q-tt .1. n. BRYANT, Principal.
BUBINE88 EDUCATION for young and mid
din aged men aud women. Spring nud
summer sessions of tho Bueucerlan Business
College, corner Ninth und D eta, n.w, lUpM
wrltiug, bookkeeping, rapid calculations, Eog
llth language, stenography, typn-wrlting, otc,
tLotoughly tuuKht. Tuition i Yoar from dgto
of uitiance, day or night, ffiO; threo mouths,
day, 20 night, $11; ono month, clay, $7;
night, $5, Rapid writing only 12 lossoustJ,
Call or send for circulars.
HENRY 0. HPENUEll, Principal,
NORWOOD INBTITUrU, 1212 AND 1211
14lh ft., near 14th-st. Circle. Seloot Boaidi
lug Hci ool for young ladler, Session 85-'8(l
ri) i iik Beplember !10, 1885. Eirly appllcatlou
iiiotssry, as number ot boarders will bo
TUTAHniNOTON BOIIOOL OF PIIONOG
W rapliy and Type Wrllln., P27 1 Btaeet, Re
alar evening twitnna from beptembtir 18. Bond
-iiriress for clrcnl-i to J. A. wbltoomb, prlncl.
BECOND WEEK OF 'riuE SUMMER ENGAGE
MENT. THE DORA WILEY OPERA COMPANY.
Monday, Tuosday, Wednesday Matluoo nuil
Thursday, Friday, Saturday Matlnco and
Cast embraces tho following well-known
Mlts Dora Wlloy, Martha I'ortcous, Miss E 1 1 tit
Jcunes'e, Miss Lizzie Notvman, Mr, Cnas.
F. Lsng, Mr. Jns. A. Gllbort, Mr. Hatry
. Stnudleh, nnd tho fanrltu com
edian, Richard Goldou.
A MIAIUJII'H brnnd Oiiorn-IIoiiHP.
EVERY EVENING AT 8:15.
bATUROAY MATINEE AT 2l3(),
tteservea Boats, ouj.
XX Lato Lincoln Hall, oth and D sts. n. w.
Coolest nnd Bon Ventilated Theatro In tho
City I Aftornnon and Night. Weok
ot May 11,
GRAND TESTIMONIAL BENEFIT
ATTACHES AND JCMl'LOYKS.
Tickets good for any Performance.
FLORENCE NOBLE and HARRY JACKSON,
In Henry Point's Drama,
BEE THE GREAT LOOK SCENE.
ADMISSION lOand 20 conts
Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m.
Pennsylvania Avenuo, near llth st.
THE BIG SENBATION OF THE SEASON,
FOUR TAMOUS ACTING DOGS.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Afternoon
and Night, Uist time in this city,
their Groat Drama ot
DOGS OF THE SIERRAS; OHTHE PLANT
On Thursdcy, Friday nnd Saturday, tholr now
ploy, by the author of "Fritz,"
BROTHER AOAINBT BROTHER.
ADMISSION TO ALL ONLY 10 CENTS.
The Spring Meeting
WILL BE HELD
TUESDAY, May ia.
WEDNESDAY, May 13.
THURSDAY, May 14.
FRIDAY, May 15.
Five Races Each Day !
. All the First-Class Horses I
Tho Flist Rico will bo started at 3 o'clock:
Special trains will leave tho Baltlmoro k.
Ohio Depot for tho track ot 8:30 a. m., 12:10,
1:30, 1:55, 2:20, 2:15 and 3.05 p. mana
will bo in walling whon tho racos are over.
Oars Reserved for Ladies.
Improper Characters will bo Excluded,
nE QUANTICO HIGH TEA
MOONLIGHT EXCURSION, WITH MUSIC,
JANE MOSELEY, MAY 20, 1885.
Loavlng tbo wharf at 4:30 and roturnlng at
10:30 sharp, In behalf of tho
GARFIELD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL.
Mrs. Senator Logan, . Mrs. Gen, Rlckotts,
Mrs. Sonator Blair, Mrs. Gen. Lander,
Mrs. Senator Dolpb, Mrs. Uenrlotta C. Mot
Mrs. Senator Sabln, zorott,
Mrs. Sonator Manaer- Mrs. Ool. Rockwell,
son, Mrs. D, B, Eaton,
Mrs. judgo Hagnor, Mrs. Orange Ferris,
Mrs. II. A. Wlllard, Mrs. B. 0. Pomeroy,
Mrs. MltandaTullockjMrs. A. J. Bontley,
Miss E. B. Johnson, Mrs. Dr. Power,
Mrs. Ltout. Seltrldgo.
Tlckote, tl; Supper Tickets, $1. To bo ob
tained ot tbo Lady managers or ot tho Direct
ore, and at tbo principal hotels, drug and boi k
1T. VlillNOHl HIT. VKBMONI
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Leaves Seventh-street wharf dally, except Ban
day, for Mt. Vernon at 10 o'clock a. m,; returning,
reaches Washington about 3.J0 p, in.
L. L. BLAKE, Captain.
1 PROPOSALS FOR GRADING AND REOUL T
ING VARIOUS STREETS IN THE CITY
OF WASHINGTON, D. 0.
01 1 ICE OrTIlB ENOIXIXll COMMISSION!! It,
WAilllttoroN, D. 0., May 0, 18S5.
By direction of tbo Board ot Commissioner!',
sealed proposals will bo received at this oaicu
until 12 o'clock m on Saturday, May 10,
18S5, for grading aud regulating various
streets In tbo cliy ot Washington, D, a.
Blank forms ot proposals and specifications
can bo obtained at this omco upon application
thorefor. togethor with all nocessary informa
tion, and bids upon tboso forms will alone bo
Tho right is reserved to rejoct any and all
bids or parts ot bide.
G. J. LYDEOKER,
Major ot Engineers, U, S, A,,
mj(J Ut Englueor Commissioner D, 0.
FOR SALE ANP RENT.
THOS. E. WAGGAMAN, 017 F street.
(Chaoses made Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
TnREH-bTORY- BRIOK AND FRAME
UOCSKU FOR BALE.
221 E Rt n w, f h, mod lm lit OvO
1.M8 JUi at n w, mod lm, v ru s,sio
801 f.th st 11 w. mod lm, 8 ra 4 MO
son dth st n w, mod lm. s rs - -- I sru
i II si n w, b h, mod lmpu, 8 rs Lvm
807 oth st. n. w mod. Imp., 8 rs. -MCi)
619 list n w. mod lm S rs 4 ZOO
807 N cpt st 11 w, mod lm, 10 rs 3,600
C07 N si n w,7 rs 1,200
15J3 Columbia EUn w, mod lm, 8 rs J.uco
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
zeas K tt u w, f li, 4 rs 1.500
tril 23th st 11 w, mod lm, h h, a rs 1.60U
47 l.elreessi n w, bli, icodlmOrs ri. 1,MU
Hli Samson it n w, I h.modlm, 7 rs lXi'o
211x1,2402 and Mel Columbia Bt u w, 6 rs tiofl
1817 Vermont avo 11 w.tl rs 1,500
HKWandlWILstn w. f h,4 rs each 1.010
20211 to 2M0 Boundary st 11 w. b h, 4 1 a each. .. 1,400
48Ltu w, bctN Cuptond 1st sts, mod lm,
7 is 1.400
2210 to 22.14 Boundary st 11 w, 4 ra 1.500
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR HALK.
(land llth sts a e 2.o
lBt,bet2ijl)iund27tbitsn w -'la
4th bt s e, bet Ulli und lit) ISa
(Uli at, lift Va ave nnd IC tt H e 15a
K st.bet Mil and (ith s e 13a
4th st, bet I nud K Btsti e 12u
All KunilL.Oiliandloili 110 l.'o
. 4th st. bet K und I. 11 e 12a
I at, net 12th nnd I lth sts 11 e J no
Duuncury Bt, bet 3d nud Uli n e bo
H0UBE8 TOR RENT. . ,
COS llth st 11 w, mod lm, ISrs J7J J
IJt20iliBtnw,ruortlm,pos3 Uuy al.aru Jl i
1420 DM at n w. mod lm,u rs ''?!
1121) luth st 11 w, mod lm, 8ra Jl JW
6IJ llth st u w, mod lm. 6 rs 'U, 2
4ro tl tt 11 w, in lm. 15 rs )
1841 12lh till w, mod lm,U is 25 W
4t o st s w. mod lm, 8 rs 25 i
4:0 N.J nvoso,mcd lm 7 rs 25 3D
n:7l2lhstnw. modlm,6rs 20 ou
bTOHES AND OFFICES.
40a T.n nve nw,: purloin $50 00
4C8 La uve n w, bssfiuent M no
Utli si and l'a ave, room S li M
lOlUFst nw.room 2 1.160
tlunton building n w, r20 in 00
62i I.a avo 11 w, store, 4 rs 100 00
an La vo 11 w store, mod lui.S rs UK) 00
812 litbst 11 w, mod Imps, stiro, 5 rs 75 on
101UF ot n w store, mod lm, Sis (is ut)
1220 1: st n w, S rs 10 uq
In tnms to snlt at 6 per cent,
Tbo above Is nulya small portion ol property
an my hooks. For full list call at orllce for bulle
tins Issued ou 1 Bt and 1Mb.
i'S41 (iia&M,.. U r hi -h-iUwtS '. -.J.J, 11