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OBITIO TELEPHONE OALL 111-2.
Wodnosday, May 13, 1885.
AlbMigh's 'Trlnco Methusnlem."
IIcrroB's Museum "Queen's Kvldeuce."
'XliCKtre ComlqueRurleiUC nnd vnrlely.
Dime Mnseum--Leorj!'o Brothers.
Wnsliiuslon Without DofoiiNCH.
Daring tlio Inst so'slon of Conttrosi
thcro wcro many rcforonccs to tho de
fenseless condition of our sea-coast, Sona
tors llawloy, Dawos and Vest woro par
ticularly iutorostotl in tho tnattor, but
nothing was accomplished. 8oa.-coa3t do
fenso has long becu a thomo for discus
sion by Congro33, nnd. a secondary con
sideration of political campaigns. That
nothing has beon dono toward fortifying
tho coast, is, of courso, nttrllmtulilo to our
amicablo forolgn rolnllon? nnd a 301130 of
permanent security iu peace.
Tho Xeto York Ilctahl of recent dato goo3
into tho question of sca-cpast defenses ex
haustively, and its rovclattons will tond to
awaken rubllo Interest lu tho mattor, for
it abundantly demonstrates tho holplcsi
arid exposed condition of cltlo? on tho At
lantic coast. According to tho lhralil an
ordinary iron-clad at Conoy Island could,
without much difficulty, destroy tho city
of Now York, set flro to Brooklyn and
wlpojTcrsoy City from tho map.
"Wherever a shell struck," says tho writer
"it would tear out aerator big onough to
put a houso in; fires wou'.d spring up every
where and bo uncontrollable, and it is not
difficult toimaglno tho horror of tho scone
that would follow." According to Colonel
Jllchlo ofWcat Point, it wilt require fivo
years' time, plenty of monoy and overy fa
cility to iortlfy Now York harbor so that
it would bo defensible.
Tho remedy suzgestcd by military and
naval scientists ia tho establishment of a
flrtt-rato torpedo jysteni, an effective Ileot
and a thorough lino of fortifications along
tho reefs at Sandy Hook. Or courso all
theso preparations for war will require
millions of money, but tho old question re
vives Ilsolf from tho dim and vanishing
past as to whether wo had bettor innko sen
sible appropriations for defense or givo
millions of money away iu arbitration that
is becoming moro and moro antagonistic to
American rights and interest.
In tho moantimo it is lntero3tinx to noto
thnt Washington, tho Nation's Ciplttl, is
even moro dofcnselc3s than Now York.
There would bo small objtaclo to tho pas
sage of a forolgn war vessel up tho Poto
mac. Fort Footo I133 beon dismantled;
Fort Washington is a uucoso-box that could
4pobitoTated by tho first llro of a 3logo
gun'. And thoro is little doubt that Wash
ington could bo laid in ruins beforo any ef
fective opposition could bo interposed. It is
Ecaiccly creditable to a great power that
such an attack is possible, and It would
rccin to bo tho part of common wisdom for
Congress to grapplo with tho problom at its
nest session, if not lu tho interest of Now
York, at least for tho protection of tho Na
Sir. Gladstone SiiVliilueil.
Tho majority of 22 votos which Mr.
Gladstono received ycslorday lu tho Houso
of Commons was a victory of no common
order. True, " 'twas not so wido as a
church door, nor as deep as a woll, but
'twas enough," for it vindicated Mr. Glad
stone's policy whatever that is ami ex
pressed tho general confldenco in his ability
to tako caro of tbo Government.
Tho voting of tho $53,000,000 of credit, at
n tlino when tho British Nation was enthu
siastically iu favor of war and whon it be
Hovcd tbo voto of credit signified a collision
of nrms with Russia, was regarded as a
triumph for Gladstono, for ho thoroby
obtained an appropriation for his expensive
failure in tho Soudan. How much greater,
therefore, was tho victory of last night,
when all hopes of war with fiusita had
vanished and when public sontlmcnt had a
strong Huspicion that "English honor'' had
been covenanted away in tho terms of
It is impossiblo to considor Gladstono in
any other light than that of tho most ac
complished diplomat and .statesman of tho
ago. Thcro nro no Mm rosea about him ;
no jingo policy; no cant; no hypscrisy;
no identification with tho party wbloh
fights great battles in tho safe covort of tbo
club and plana magnificent campaigns on tho
stock exchange. Gladstono knows that
tho common pcoplo, who pay most of tho
taxes, must fight tho real battles. IIo Is
ablo to sco through tho cigar smoko and
champagne mists into tho small homo nnd
farm houses of Great Britain, and ho knows
what war means to tho massos.
No wonder ho Is willing to strain English
honor to tho utmost In behalf of tho pco
plo who aro opposed to war, but who, In
tho event of a collision, are expected to do
Glndstor.o is a patriot as well as a diplo
mat and statesman.
Itciorm lu Kuriiest.
Commissioner Colman of tho Depart
ment of Agriculture has unearthed tho fact
that his predecessor, Dr. Lorlng, causod
over $100,000 to bo oxpended in seeds dur
ing tho last nlno months of his administra
tion, a largo proportion of tho monoy
having beon paid out for soods that woro
worthless and tho remainder wasted In ox
It is alleged that 1,700 bushels of sor
ghum seed wcro purchased of a Now York
firm lor $2.35 to $2.0.") a busbol, whllo 300
bushels of tho same variety woro purchasol
of u Western man at $1 a bushel, und tbo
chemist of tbo Department says tho seal
could bavo been purchased In Nebraska -it
26 cents a bushel. In addition, tho ohomUt
declares that tho purchaso of any sorghum
seed nt all was uuncccssary and without
It was high tlraoforacbango In tho Com
mlssloncrsbip of Agriculture,
If Dr, Loriug was luiposod upon by do
signing mon, it was tlmu to liavo a com
missioner whoso practical knowlodgo and
vigilant caro would prevent such imposi
tion, If Dr. Loriug was betrayod by his sub
erdlnatw, it was time to geta commissioner
whoso activity nnd porsonal supervision
would ho a constant bar to such hotrayal.
Thopeoplofcol assured thatCommlsslonor
Column will banish tho hangors-on, scrapo
off tho barnacles, bounco tho speculators
and turn out tho rascals, so that tho
farmers, tho stock-ralsors, tho frult-growor
and dairymen may como to regard this
bureau as tho auxiliary to their interests,
which It was originally Intended to bo
olean, efficient, wholcsomo and honestly ad
ministered. linitu With tho 1'ciiveN.
Tho robbory of a stranger iu Lafayotto
Sqnaro last night should call tho rcnowod
attention of tho proper authorities to tho
fact that tho fenco surrounding tho square
is nothing but a wall that shuts in all
sorts of devilment at night, and shut? out
all clinnco of punishment.
As It is hold that legislation is uccos
sary, plans should ho laid at onco for cap
turing it immediately upon tho assembling
It Is rntber a startling clrcumstanco that
highwaymen can ply tholr avocatlou within
n, stone's throw of tho Whlto IIouso on a
Government reservation In tho vciy contro
of a great city.
High and ungainly fences surrounding
a public park aro but rolics of an carllor
civilization, when moro attention" wasglvon
to tho erection of restrictions against va
grant nnd predatory llvo stcck than to tho
question of (esthetic adommout. Tho
fences around Lafayctto Square and Frank
lin Square should comedown, so that "tho
light of heaven may shlno In." At prosont
they aro defaccmontsby day and mnn-trapi
Tjir.RK should bo no dolay in carrying
cut tho practical suggestions of Health
Officer Towusbend ns to tho host means of
guardlngour wator supply from unwholo
tomo impurities. Tho Immcdiato dangor
is not great and thoro is no causo for public
alarm. All that Is ucoded Is to tako tho
piopcr precautions against contingonclo3
thnt through neglect or carelessness might
arise. Tho reports first circulated woro of an
cxtremoly sensational and oxaggoratod char
acter, but tho views of Dr. Townshcnd, who
thoroughly understands tho situation, do
serve prompt attention.
There is nothing vaguo in tho idoas or tho
Manchester Union concerning clvil-sorvlco
reform. Our esteemed Now Hampshire
contemporary ovidontly docs not bollovo in
"whipping tbo devil around tho stump."
"Let it ho distinctly understood," it says,
"that it bolongs to Democrats to conduct a
Democratic administration ; that no rem
nant of Kopubllcan authority shall bo
giantcda tenuro under any plea bowovor
specious, always, of course, lccogniziug tbo
tuprtmacyof tho law so farnslt actually
covets certain clerical nnd other offices."
Ir alt, medical authorities aro correct In
saying that at least ono-thlrd tho deaths
cccurring duriug a cholorn opldomlc uro oc
casioned by fright, is it wiso public policy
to ptcclpltato tho peoplo into tho very thing
they arc cautioned to avoid? Tho modical
and chlrurgical faculty f Baltimore flatly
announco that cholera is coming; that
quarantines aio of little bonctit; that no
gcutrnl diet is prevcutivo, hut that cleanli
ness iu every respect is tho most potont
saftgunid. Tho learned faculty do not
even givo hnpo that cholera may not como
If cleanliness be obtorved.
Tin: melancholy scenes at Plymouth,
Pa,, should awaken tho liveliest intoro3t
among philanthropists ovorywhero. Ono
hundred orphans liavo already boon cre
ated. Families nro ill, with ono or two
coffiulcss dead bodies in tho houso. In
many instances death has despoiled tho
homo of everything but a helpless child,
with hero and thoro tho bitterest sufl'or
Jng, Fathers and mothers throughout
this goodly land know what their duty,
is toward-thU ill-fated community, and it
is lather singular that they liavo not beon
appealed to beforo this.
Major E. A. Burke has tendered his
lcslgnatiou as Director-General of tho Now
Orleans Exposition. Tho reasons aro not
stated, but tho probability is that tho
lond piovcd too heavy for him. Ho has ex
hibited an almost superhuman cnorgy in
tho matter fiom tho outset, and his retire
ment will loso to tho ontoiprlso its main
stay and hitherto staunchest supporter.
C01.ONKI, Lamont's party did not visit
Mount Vernon with tho usual pomp nud
clrcumstanco that havo heretofore charac
terized official visits to tho Amorlcan Mecca.
Thoy preferred tho JefTbrsoulan simplicity
of the Corcorau.under gonial Captain Blako,
to tho consequential quartordcck of tho
United States steamer Despatch.
Why is tho laboratory fund of tho Agri
cultural Department exhausted? What
purchases of platinum havo thoro beon
rondo, and how long will tho prosont sup
ply last tweuty or fifty years? What
costly instruments havo been purchased for
which there Is uu neod ?
Mr. Henry Jones, who wa3 ye3torday
appointed a special ngont for tho Bureau of
Labor, is a well-known nowspapor man
nnd has devoted much tlmo to tho study
of economic questions. Tho selection is na
uncommonly good ono. Mr. Jones is ni
prcEcnt on tho editorial staff of tho Tost,
JunoiKO from tho result of tho sub-soil
explorations which Commissioner Colman
is making of tho Agricultural Department,
he qatinot turn tho hose on any too sson.
PEOPLE III GENERAL.
Mrs.Eato Aldrtilge, daughtorot U. S, Sen
ator Ocorgo 01 Mississippi, Is a visitor to tbo
Xew Orleans Exposition.
General Thomas L. iossor of. Chute Jorat)
fame Is prospecting tor a farm In Albonurlo
Ez-Oovomor Orlttondonot Missouri lias do
elded to take up his permanent resldenco at
Kansas 01 ty.
Minister McIino will present bis creden
tials to tho rrenc!i President to-morrow,
President Itobsrt (larrettof ttionutlmoro &
Onto Railroad company nnd Mrs, Darren will,
on Saturday, loavi New York for Europo,
wht.ro thoy will probably spond tho summer.
A reception was given In PtilladolphH list
nvenlng to Vice-President llondrlultn by hit
coueiu, Dr. William Thomson, at No. uao
Waluut street, Throo hundred Invitations
The tour-story brown.jtono rosldono on
Chestnut street, Philadelphia, that was pre
sented to General Oram by a committee ot
Philadelphia citizens Immodlatnly ultir the
closoot tbo civil war, Is to bo sold at puhllo
auction Juno 2. Tho commlttoo paid $33,000
for !b houso In 1805 and furnished it.
fcuatorralrot Nevada has just made tin
greatest speech ot his nro to his constlt lentj,
and was very heartily applauded. It was at
Virginia City, nnd the spooch may bo summar
ized In four words 1 '-what'll you drlaa?"
Philadelphia New s.
Oeneral Grant was elected commander ot
the military order of tho Loynl Legion at a
meeting held Jast night at Doltnoulco'o. Tho
names of Mr. Wm. Van Antivoip and Passod
Assistant Payranstor Yorke, U. S. N wero
scrntcbod from tho ballot ns cnndldatoJ tor
Tho vniuoot tho estatoot tho Uts Isaac W.
EnRland ol tho Atw l'ork tfimrilll approximate
Tho Jta aid Bnya It looks as though tho visit
of Assistant Bocrctary Fnlrchlld t) tin Now
York Uustora-tlouso was golns to produci a
good crop of reforms,
JtCftNln II1111H I hn KmkIuo.
All tho englneors on this end ol tho I'.irt
Hcott load accorapanlod tho remains ot He
Daniels to Port Bcolt last Saturday. On Hun
day It was found necessary to send n train out
to 1I10 Nlnnoscah brldgo with material, and,
no cnglueor bolng on hand, Mr, George N.
Uaumou put his dnuehtcr iiossto, n school
girl, In chargo of tbo nuglnp, rurnlshod her
with n nremnU) nnd shodldhor work uouly,
handling tho throttlo nnd guiding tbo iron
steed ns well ns tho host man on tho rond,
Ilctslo hns frequently run tho onclno nbout
tho yard, but hover beforo mado a trlpontbo
rood, Wodon't ltnow of any other rond hav
ing fcmnloonclneors. Wichita Eaglo.
Too cold Tor Honor.
"It vhas all my poy Bhon's fault," explained
nu old Dutchman to his Inquiring creditors nt
Cincinnati tbo other day. "I vlias not making
expenses, und trado vhas dull, I Iltco to fall
und pny onfrybody nil up und go In somo
odder pessness. I lulls my son HI1011 dot wo
falls mlt honor. Bhon snyst 'Paddnr, somo
honor vhas nil right, but It donn' pny dor gas
bills, it Is potter wo hnf $3,000 In cash dan
f 6O.1100 worth of honor."
"Vhcll, vhat can I do? Bhon ho vims born
here, und ho goes to High School, und knows
all a bond t it, I lllto somo honor, but I guess I
watt for It In Heavon. It vhas too coldt down
here," f Wn.ll street Nows.
Clinrlotlo CiiliiiimiH Foot.
"OhnrlottoOusbmnn 'hod afoot other own'
In olzo and generally woro fours, but could
crowd Into a lbrco-nnd-n-halt on '.1 tight
squeeze.' Ono night, soon alter rocoverlog
from n eovcro attack of inflammatory rheu
matism, sho was wearing a pair ot sltppors
much too small for hor, Darting bohlnd tbo
wings betwcin scenes, sho snatehod thorn oil
and throw thorn as far as sho could, oxclatm
Irg! 'Yogodsl Bomobody lend mo n pair of
sltppors, or I will go on In my stockings!'
What number do you wear!" nslsod a young
actor, ready to help her In hor emergency.
'Ob, nevor mind tho number; anything from
fivo to twonty,' sho replied," I thoatrlcal Ex
change. Co-Oricrutlvo Shoitiiir-
Ladles nro begtnnlnc to prncttco co-opnrn-tlon
In n small wny, nud thoy und It pays. Wo
havo heard ot a party ot throo or four, who
wear tho samo slzo ot gloves, that buy n doznn
pairs nt n time, nnd dlvldo them nround. Thoy
also buy stockings, hnndkorchlufe, towoln,
sheeting, muslin, undorwnar, nnd other
things, wbolosnle, nnd In this wny thoy nave
tho retailers' proilt. This Is hard on tho mid
dlemen, but In theso days of reductions and
shrlnkagcsof lncomo it would snom to bo a
mcasuro of legltlmato ocouomy, Pittsburg
O11I.V 11 " Jlioluinunip."
Tho announcement yosterday that August
M. Kuhn had boon nominated custom-houso
efflcer at this point rented consldorablo com
ment, particularly In Gorman circles. "Vas
1st das V" said ono Toutnulo loader. "Oivgoost
Kuhn mlt oln office! Donner und blltzon, ho
is only a Domocrnt slnco yesterday nlrntty ?
IIo la vat you call ? Acb, jn, das 1st os. Hols
cln mtckwaump." Indianapolis Journal.
Tim Corn AcUnowIeilircil.
"When you como Into tbo houso do you
bring sunshlno with you?" asks Gall Hamil
ton. Not In Now York, Gall. Hero wo usually
hrlnclua llttloralu and consldornblo mud.
This Is not a sunehlno climate, Now York
His Ico Ulll Would lie.Nmnll.
Mary Anderson Is said to savo moro monoy
In a month than most men mnUo In n yoar.
Mary would mako nn oxcollnut wife for somo
man of modcrato lncomo. Lowoll Citizen,
Welch, Margetson & Co.'s
Slater, Buckingham & Co.'s
FLAT and PUFF SCARFS,
TormeilyBold for 75c. and $1.
WELCH, MAIIOETEON & CO'S and SLATER,
BUCKINGHAM & CO.'S
At 75c, 1,00 nnd $1,25 each,
In Neat, Trotty and Nobby Effects, on Light
and Dark Grounds,
New Windsor Scarfs.
Now De Jolnvlllo Scarfs.
New Foiir-ln-Hand Scarfs.
New Tlek Scarfs,
In four different shapes,
New Band Bows, In three styles.
I jl H. TINtEY,
' 120J Pa. nro. nnd 1200 D St.,
Tho only a ont for tho following brands ot
Tho trado and families supplied. myl8 at
nnun A U IJ MM MM '" ssss
11 II AA 11 U M M M M " S S
11 11 A A 11 IIMMMM" B
11111)11 A A II IIMMMM BSSS
It R AAA II II M MMM B
H 11 A A U II M MM M S
DDD11 A A UUU M M M BSS8
Dry Goods Department,
416 Sov nth St. r'orthwesti.
Wohavn lust oponnd a lino o SUM
MElt SILKH, from 05o. up, at
A leo, an extra quality 21-Inch Black
rrmich BUltAU SILK, regular U goods,
at 76u, a yard, at
A full lino Black and Colored aitOS
GltAIN SILK ot tho most reliable maUes
from 76c, up, at
A lino lino ot colored all silk HIIA
DAMEB, lu desirable shades, at 05a. n
22-Inch all silk BUHAQB, in plain and
checks, at OOo. a yard, at
HLAOK GRENADINE VELVETS, at
12.60 pur yard, at
10 pieces. colored silk BROCADE
VELVETS, snltntiln for dresses aud
light wriipe, nt f'J.OO per yard, at
6 plecos black Blllt BUOOADE VEL
VETS, In small Ugurcs, suitable tor
nrups, at $2.00 u yard, ut
11DTII1 A II II MM MM"" BSSS
II II AA H IIMMMM'" S B
II 11 A A II IIMMMM" B
1IDUII A A II IIMMMM 6SSS,
II 11 AAA U I'M MM M H
It IU All U M MM M H B
minn A A UUU M M M SSSS
4IG Seventh Street Northwest,
UVALL & MAP.lt, Auctioneers, D5 V st.
AT AUCTION, VALUABLE BUSINESS PItOP-
J-.lir Ufl THIS HUUTllUAHl' IlUlli;il (U
TENTn BTHEKT AND PENNHYLVAMI V
AVKNIIE, BEINO No. 030 PENNSYLVANIA
Wo will orter for sale, to rlosrt nn ostnt, on
WEDNEHDAY, MAY TIIIP.TEENTH, J895, at
HALr.PASTrOURP. M lots lctterod 0, MK
D nnd F, in tbo sub-division ot tbo west- JALL
em part of squam 380, said lotstronttuc 'ii
fet 10 Inches on Ponnsylvnnlaavonuo nnd OS
feet, moro or lcsi, on Kith etroot. A plat will
bo shown nt tlmo of salo,
Terms! Cash. A deposit ot 300 will bore
nulrcd whon bid Is accoptod. It tho tsrms of
salo nro not compiled with within ten (10)
days niter day of sale, tho property will bo re
sold at tho risk nnd cost of tho defaulting pur
chaser. All convoynnclng at cojtotpurchasor.
DUVALL it MAIttt, Auctioneers.
On account ot H10 rain tho nbnvo salo Is
postponed to MONDAY, MAY 18, 1885, samo
hour nnd plnco.
mylO-td DULALL h MARK, Aucttouoors.
St9 K( U0V8 A 1?1!"3 BUKUV HAT
ts)i0J (square or round top) la stylish
colors. Illllyard's, 4311 7th St. n. w. myl2-.lt
A LADY, 27 YEARS OLD, HERB ON Busi
ness, nnd la destitute, would llko to mauo
thoncqualntanconf n gontlnman who will as
sist her. Address Mrs. 0. D. Clifford, City P.O.
Q'K( WlLt, BE TAID FOR A PLACE A3
flpiJU Mossougor or Watchman Iu nuy of tho
Departments. Address 0. 0., this ofllco,
13ERS0NS SUKFEBINO PROM RHKUMA
X tlsm, Neuralgia, Dyspopsta, Nervous or
General Debility, can lenrn ot n posltlvo cure.
,AddresB James, 1)11 Dth st. n. w. my8-3t
rpypE-witiTisa department! oali
X graph ofllco 1 expert operators; worn
called for nnd dcltvorod. Call by tolephone.
Callgrnph offlco, 033 V st. myB-tt
LLOYD'S ORIGINAL WASHINGTON 25-OT.
impress; bnRgngo checked nt rosldoncoi
furniture carefully removed, unices, 1003 F
st. n, w! '181 Pa. avo, n, w. Telophono No.
AMONG TUG OIUEOTS OF WONDERMENT
In Washington Is tho Forsyth Cafe, 618
lOlh St., near 1, where meals aro served tor 15
cents thnt cctually cost from CO to 70 cts, nt rt
hotel or reHaurnnt any plaeo In tho U. 8.
110 D Street Northwest.
Hours, 11 to 1).
PATTERHON, NO. 801 E ST., BERVES THE
best 16-cont meal in tho city; call and try
them; full meals, 20 cents. folll-tt
JL. KERVAND, 1012 TENN. AVE., EN-
graver. Plato nnd 50 visiting cards, 80
cental 50 cards from samo nlato, -15 contsj
IQOcnrds printed from plate, 76 conts.
MEDICINE FOR DOGS.
AH Dlsnascs cured.
ocl3 Oor. -I a st. and Md. avo. a. w.
LADIES "COMPOUND PILLS-OF TANSY"
nro perfectly safe nnd always effectual.
Bealod particulars, 2c. Wilcox BpeclUo Med!
cluoOompany, Philadelphia, Pa. tu-th-s
ADIE8-PENNYU0YAL PILLS ("OHIOHES-
ter's EDgllsh"), tho only genulno, safe,
certain nnd effectual. Sealed particulars, 4c.
Chichester Chemical Co., 2313 Madlnon sq..
Philadelphia, Pa. Jy23-ood
Advfrtl-cments of Three Line under thlihead
InscTtrd three tlmr-i lor 23 rents.
1?0R SALE-PUBLIO WILL OALL AT W. II.
? Morrison's bookstore, 470 Pa. avo., nnd seo
tbo "arent. Wonderful curiosities ot Litera
ture," by "Dab Poor" ot Richmond, Va.
I?OU SALE-DAYTON WAQON (2 BEATd),
: good as now, or will trado for a phroton or
doctor's buggy; will also sell, or trado for a
smaller horse, n nnohorso, 7 years old; spirit
enough; needs no whip. Address Room 7,
rcderal building. myl2-3t
ITOR SALE 18-INCH FULL NICKELED
. fctar bicycle, in portecc order, at a bar
gain. 45-1 Pa. avo. n. w. myl2-3t
OR SALE-MEAT AND PROVISION STORE
at cor. Oth and N sts. n. w., cheat) for
cash. Call or address 1327 Oth st. n, w.
OR 8ALE-A BABY CARRIAGE NEARLY
now. cull nt 1411 8th st. n.w. my8-3t
l?01t SALE -ONE ELEGANT NEW IM
J1 proved $50 four-drawer Blngor and ono
Donustloeewlug machine, slightly used, with
all tho latest Improved nttachmontp, and Uvo
years' lepnl guarantee, at $20, at Auerbacu's,
7th and II sts. my8-3t
TfJiOE BALE-AN OLD-ESTABblBHEO DIN
JH log-room, centrally locatod, cheap for
cash; doing 11 business of $50 to 400 per day.
Apply to Price ti Coombs, 020 F at, 11. w,,
I 7011 SALE A MORLEIS, BAHMAN & CO.'H
: safe; cood as new. Prlco, etc, apply at
Business Offlco Evening Critic. myl-tt
'OR SALE-SEYhRAL E3TEY AND OTHER
lino parlor, chapel and church organs
for sale at a great saerlllce for cash or on oasy
terms at G. L. Wild & Dro.'s, 700 7tn st.n. w ,
idvcrtlFementsofThreo Lines under thljhead
Inserted threo limes for25 rents.
17011 RENT-LARGE UNFURNISHED ROOM,
7 on parlor lloor, with gas: rent modcrato
to a good tenant. Apply at 1323 H st,
OP. RENT-THREE UNFURNISHED COM.
munlcntiiiK rooms, on 2d uoor. Apply nt
423 K st. n.w. myl!l-3t
I70R RENT-1325 11TH ST.N. W., THREU
. or tour furnished rooms, with tablo board,
1j OR REST-LARGE UNFURNISHED ROOM
? or parlor lloor, and two small ones on
3d lloor, at 1323 H st.: prlco $10 and ia.
Iron RENT-LARGE AND SMALL ROOMS,
lurnlshod and unfurnished, foromco or
sleeping. 612 Bill st. u. w.
THREE UNFURNI8HED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping, on third lloor, ut f 8
per mouth. Apply ato. 210 Second st, n, 0.
myO 3t ..
I70R RENT-EN BUIT OU SINGLE R0OJI3;
7 neatly furnlshod; uoar Capitol; near cars;
nlco locality; with quiet family; single, $10
nnd $5, Call at 121 Md. avo. u,o, my5-3t
AflvcrtKementa ol Threo Linen under this head
lnsertcd;three times for a cents.
OR RENT-NICE 8-ROOM HOUSE AND
cordon in KocUvlllo, W, H, Flsko it Co.,
1215 F st. n.w. myO-3t
OU RENT-ONE 5-ROOM BRICK HOUSE
on 17m St., bet, East Capitol und south A,
Ior$(l per month
OR RENT THE THIRD FLOOR OF TnE
bulldlns s. w. cor. oth and E sts. n. w.:
also a brick stall 1 0 situated lu Temperance
alloy. Apply at 012 E st. n. w. my7 Ot
OR BALE-BEAUTirUL SUBURBAN LOTS,
26x100 feot. frontltn: Bladonsbura Turn-
I unc, ineigur 01 etroti-cars, juu iuu casu,
lalaucofC per month. Neat 6-room cott'igcs
built ut lowest contract rates; $100 cash, bal
ance lu 5 years, or monthly payments if pre
ferred, THOMAS A. MITOUELL,
npO-t' 031 F strni t, Rooms 5 and 0.
pHEAPEST LOTS IN THE CITY.
BEAUTIFUL BITES ON COLUMBIA HEIGHT?,
fronting on 13th street extouded nnd oa IIol
mead road; being fashionable drive from
lltli strict to Soldiers' Home Park;
BMALL CASH PAYMENTSl
long deferred payments for bilancet small
rule of Interest; property rapidly Increasing
Itnalur; strett nowly grndod, with guttors,
water and gas-lamps,
Lrdaudd frO per ei)t, of purchaso m'uiny
In cash, and baluuco lu monthly payments to
Buret cars run within ouo squaro ot all
A 1 aro chance for groat bargains.
For full partlculuis, plat of ground and
terms, apply to
HENRY D.O SEEN, or
JOHN E. DEALL,
mr31-lf 114 F et. n, w,
Tho puhllo nro noroby notified that In con
sequence ot tho dangorous condition ot New
York avenue, tto District Commissioners havo
concludod to doso It bottvoen Nortn Cnpf-ol
nnd second ttrett cast.
Parties doolrlog t attond t'10 National
Jockey club races will ploaso go by way of M
and Second streets.
NATIONAL JOCKEY CLUB
Havo arrangod With tho
B. . 0, R. R,
To run spoctal cars on each train to and from
thoracos, (Theso cars nro for tho accommo
dation only ot ladlos, and gentlomon accom
panied by ladles.)
Bound-trip Tlckots, Including Roservod
VJgJJps.aLYMONT EXCURSION GR0UND3.
Contracts for Excursions now In ordor. Oof
tnges and slnglo looms for rent. F. Fnr.UNi),
Oaterer. L. R. TREMBLY, 0277th ot.
DERBY HATS irTLIGHT C0L0R3,
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S BTRAW HATS
In Grcnt Variety,
B. II, STINEMETZ ft SON, nATTERS,
1237 ronnn. Avo. my7
VfrHOTEL DUBOUIS, .
1728 Ponna. Avo, N. W.
RESTAURANT A LA OARTB.
Summer Board-By tho wook, $5; by tho
month, $22. mv-1-.'Im
ttfFSs.VIRaiNIA BEACH HOTEL
OPEN FOR GUESTS MAY 10, 1885.
Situated on the Atlantic Coast, 0 mlloa south
of Capo Henry; 18 mtlos from Nor
folk by Railroad,
Bench for bntblug unexcelled, and no under
tow. Free from mosquttoos. Tbo House Is.
llrst-clase lu all Its appointments. Telegraph,
telepbono nnd prompt mall faollltlos. Good
Ilshltig nnd hnntlng. For terms, which, nro
leasonable, apply tn
J. P. HORRAOU k CO.,
Vlrelnln Boach Hotel, Vo.
For further Information und circulars apply
10 J. W. BOTELER ft SON,
1)23 Pn. nvo. u. w , Washington, D. 0.
.a'niJ ANNUAL MEETING Or THE
stockholders of tho Evonlni: Critic
publishing company ror mo purpose ot elect
ing trustees for tbo onsulng year nnd tho
trnnsncttonof such other business as may bo
presented will bo held nt thn Orltio nnico, 0 11
D st., Washington, D. 0., on MONDAY, Juno 8,
1885, botweon tbo hours of 11 o'clock n. ra.
and 12, m of said day,
?pSSPi.WANTED-TnE LADIES OF WASH
Ga lngtou to know that
Drrssmaker, formerly of 401 Pa. avo. u, w.,
hns not left Washington, but Is looitod at
430 Ninth street northwest.
F.lley Building, ap27-lm
Tax.payors can savo a discount In tho sottlo
ment ot gencrnl nnd special taxos by calling
n pi 7-1 mo
LOST AND FOUND.
ffiiO A ItEWARD-IF THE PARTI? WHO TOOK
fjpu cold wntch nnd part or chain from
gentleman on nlgbt ol May 7 will return tho
samo to ownor tho abovo reward will bo paid
or $6 for pawn ticket, or any reliable infer
mntlon concerning same, and no quosttjns
will bo nskod. It. U, Wndp, 405 Q st, n, w.
HXpiRRE.V. CORNER OF TENTH
and E etreots, nnd tho Lochtel, 012 Ninth
st, n, w., with ploasant roomi and good board,
nro recommended to pormanontand transient
WANTED-TO EXCHANGE NEW STOVE'
for old ones atButlor's Btovo Exchnngo
corner Oth and K sts, Bmoky chlmnoyscurod
or no pay. Stoves exchanged for grocerlo
Old stovos bousht.
MONEY TO LOAN.
, VW , .'W' V W"V
rt-0 LOAN-$200, $300, $100, $500 ON
J. satisfactory security.
'Marshal Law Building 8,"
310 4'i2st. u. w.
InAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD REAL
estato or collateral security nt lowest rates
nt Interest. No delay when eocurlty Is good,
O.C.GREEN, Room 1, Elromou's building,
cor. "Ill nnd La. nvo. npl 1-tt
WANTED-$100 Fo'nYEMlirAT 0 PER
cont.t Hrst mortgage on real ostntotn
this city. AddrrssOMDtllst.n. w. myll-3t
HATS AND UMBRELLAS.
laokinaw Straw Hats
Tho colehrated MACKINAW STRAW HATS
DUNLAP & CO. of Now York
Feral nud Doo color, Dress and Derby hats
In all chapos, at
WILLETT & RUOPF'S,
Bolo Agents for Dunlap's Now York Hats,
005 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
I havo had a cancer on my face for many
years. I havo tried n groat many remedied
but without relief, I almost nave up hope ot
over being cured. Dr. Hard man, my son, re
commended Hwlft's Specinc, -whloh I havo
taken with groat results. My faeols now well,
aud It is inipocslbla for mo to express my
thanks In works fur what this mojlclao has
dono tor mo. Mils, olive Uahuman.
Monroe, Ga., Sept. 2, 1881,
Bwift'e Bpeelflo has cured a cancer on my
face, nud has almost mndn a now man ot mo,
T.J. Tr.ATE, Wuclssa, Fit.
I have had n cancer In my right oar tor throo
years. I tried every romudy tho phyHlolans
practiced, to no permanent good, Bwltt'a Spe
clllohus wiouglit wonders fur mo, It U tho
beet blood purl tier In tho world.
John S. Mounnw, Florence, Ala,
Sniffs Specific Is entirely vegetable, aud
seems to euro cancer by forcing out tho lin
purities from tho blood,
Treatise on Blood and Skin Dtsoasos mailed
THE BWIFT SPECIFIC 00 . Drawer U, At
lants, Qa., or ICO W, 23d st., N. Y,
Advertisements ol Three Lines under this head
Inserted thrre times lor 25 cents.
WANTED- A H! TIMID WOMAN TO COOK,
unfh and lrou and do general houso
wfirk. 516 A st. s. o. myi33t
WANTED-A SETTLED AND EXPRRL
creed rolnrod woman forgouornl house
weikntlSOO G st. n. w. Wages, ?10; must
stay nlehtst bring references. inyO-3i""
WANTED-A WOMAN, WHO IS A GOOD
wnsborntid Ironor, for gouoral housfl
work, at 1411 Mnss. nvo. 11. w. niyl)-3i
WANTED A GOOD SERVANT COOK: NO
wnsblng; a good sltuntlou. 028 Gnt.
n.w. myO 3t
W A MTliTl ,jy KKN8INIJTON AIIT VO.
l ill 1 rjl) fomalo holp tj do our light,
pleasant work nt their homes, Hotit by mall
promptly to any address; no canvassing; easy
to lenrn. nud nny ono enn enrn from $7 to $10
per week. For full Information, nddreas Kkn
MKOTON Am Rooms, 10 Poarl st,, Distort,
Mnss., Ilox 5078. iny4-cndl2t
Advertltemcnlsol Three Lines under this head
Inserted tluco times for 2.1 cents.
WAN rED-A BT110N0, RELIABLE WHITE
boy 10 run errands! "Irish proforred."
Address, slating ngo and residence, M, M, M ,
Star ofllco. mylD-lIt
WANTED-A BOY OF ABOUT IB YEARS TO
drive n horso and buggy nnd mako him
self useful In tho house; those not nblo to
drlvo need notnpply. Call, with rotornnciw. m
2018 O st. n. w., nfter 0 p. m. my!3 lit
AOENTLEUAN, Willi OOOD REFER
enecu, acquainted with tho ctty, may
hear of partial employment by addriwulni.
Buslcosp, Crltlo onia-. myll-3.
WANTPD- A FIRST-OLASS HAND TO WORK
in plo bakery. L. H, Limb's National
rio Bakery, 54 F st. s. w. myl1-3t
"WANT ED-A YOUNO MAN WHO 0N
VY wrlto short-hand aud mako himself
Generally useful in koplng books, ot Salary
to begin must bo low. stnto snliry wnntmi,
oxpcrlcrce, otc. Address W, Brown, Orltio
WANTED-A WHITE HOY, 18 YEVR3 OLD,
to attend n horso aild buggy und omuo.
Call nt 1111) N. Y. nvo. n. w. myl)-3t
WANTED AGENTH THAT OAN GIVE SE
curliy, 10 ntl owelry,sllvor nnd pluod
weroonthe installmot.t plaus groat Induce
ments for thoso wlshlcg to buy; nil goods
guaranteed. Apply at (111 7tu st. 11. w.
(Bchuimnu k Co.), first lloor back. myn-flt
WATED-A GOOD STRONG BOY: ONF.
hoiHBt nnd wlllteg to work. Oillut
131 7th st. p. w. myo-ilt
WANTED-A FIR5T-ULAH8 UARBCR, AP
ply at Wclckir's Hotel barber shop,
John U. Feldner. my8-3t
Advertlseairuts ol Threo Lines under this head
Inserted three times Tor 'a cenis.
LTzzilToUTLER 'deTiIIEs" WABHING " AT
her residence, 1151 231 st, n, w tn
wash nnd iron or rough dry, ellhor. my!2-3t
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COLORED
worann 11 situation as nnr-o or as lady's
maid to travel, Address 1007 21st st., ntior
WANTED-8EWING BY THE DAY OR
week; dress.muklog or family sowlug:
references glvon. Address Miss G trdner, 022
8th st. n.w,, city. mj-ll-JK
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE OOLORED
girl a situation n nurso or chamber
maid. Call or address to No. 48 Bst. 11, ..
bet. in tt. and Delaware nve. my).3t
AdvertUcments ol Three Lines under thl3 head
Icterled three times lor 23 cents,
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN A IhXOa".
tlon as llroman or assistant ouglnoor.
Address 517 R. I. ave., 0. E. M. myll-3t
WANTED A SITUATION BY A WHITE
boy of 17 Iu a urooiry etoro; best ot
references reeardlng ability, cbaructornnd to
tecrlty. Addrnsa J. P., Crltlo nnico. myl)-llt
WANTED-FOR THE BUMMBR ONLY, 5
or 0 Uandsomoly-furnlshol rooms or
furnished house, in suburbs, Mustbonrat
class and so fancy prices entertained, Addrs
"Y," CrltluofUco. ; myu-3t
Advcrtlteraents of Three Lines under this head
lnserttd three times for 25 cents
VST-ANTED-STABLE ROOM FOR noRSE
YV nnd buggy; also hnll room; both within
Uvo squares of 7th and V sti. A-idross Fed
eral building, cor. 7th and F sts. n. w, room 7,
WANTED-A XOUNO COUPLE WOULD
like to tako cbareo ot small house on
Capitol UIH by Juno 15 for parties leaving
the city for tho summer, or would ltko to rout
a 4 or 0 room houso, Addross W, H. Lone. E.
Capitol Station. my!3 3t
WANTED LADIES' DRESSMAKING DONE
cheaper than oUowhoro; good wort
guaranteed. 1)10 oth st. n.w. my0-3t
lor, 031 F street, near Tenth, makes
boautlfulsetsot artificial teeth for$5rBiar
nnteed to give full satisfaction; attracting
with gas, chloroform or local anesthetics, 50
conts; without, 26 cents; ailing atvorylow
WAN1ED-T0 BUY A 10 OR 12 ROOM
bouse, with all mod, linns , tn good cen
tral location, for cash, Address, with particu
lars, S. B., Star ofllce. Must bo a bargain,
"ITTANTED-TO PUROHASE A HOUSC AND
Vy lot; prlco not to exceed $1,600. W. 11.
Flsko k Co., 1215 F St. 11, w. myl)-3t
WANTED TO BUY A SMALL HOUSE A3
nu Investment or home, Address u-ul
Estate, P. O. box 572j my0-3t
17011 BALE-A NEAT BAY.wiNDOWBiaOK
. house; 0 rooms and bath; hot and cold
wator; rood rango and lntrobo In Uno order;
lot 10x130 to 10-foot alley; two blocks from
Avenuo core, near Capitol: price $2,000.
Address Qrcon fc Bryant, 514 Oth st. myll-3i
1?0R SALE A VERY PRETTY COUNTRY
placo at Bennlngs, D. O.j about 35 acres
with frame house, largo barn aud good orub
ard; 2,250; $00 cash, balance to suit, Ad
dress M, U, Hunter, caro Wm, A, Cook, 400
Oth st.n. w. myl)-3i
OR SALE-0-ROOM BRIOK HOUSE ON
8lh St. n. w.i rentlnc tor $12.00: tirlca
$1,350. Address House, Crltlo ofllce. myl)-3t
Brick houso 722 11th et.e. e M.ortf)
" 721 4lU8t. n, W 2,800
" 1120B8t.U.0 2,200
GREEN k BRYANT, 014 Oth St. n, w
OH SALE BARGAINS BRIOK HOUdE l)J3
M St., bet. Olh nnd 10th st. n.w. (11
rooms); brick houso 1008 Oth st. n. w. (8
rooms). A. LLOYD,
Marshal Law Building,
aro 310 d'.'j st. 11. w.
rnilE HOWE B0SINE33 SCHOOL. 017 BEV-
X onth sticot n. w., short, condensed courso
lu practical bookkeeping, rapid penmanship
and English branches nt moderate rutes of
tuition. Morning, afternoon nud night eos
slons, Civll-Borvlco preparation a specialty,
Shorthand, Elocution and Mathomatlcs by a
npao-tt .1. n. BRYANT, Principal.
BUSINESS EDUCATION for ynunrc and mid
dlo ogrd mon and women. Bpnug uud
summer stiselnus ot tho Bpouoorlan lluslnoss
College, corner Ninth nud 1) st. n.w. Hipld
writing, bookkreplec, rapid caloulatlons, Eng
lKhlarignngo, sleooerapby, typn-wrltlng, otc,
thoroiit-hly tnuaht. Tuition: oar from date
of entrance, day or nlgbt, $50; threo mouths,
day, t'JO; nlRht, $14: ono mouth, day, $7i
nluht, $5, lUpldwrliiiig only 12 lessuns$3,
Call or send for circulars,
HENRY 0. Bl'ENOER, Principal,
BAnA A. Bl'hNOEH.VIeo.l'rlnclpU.
N ORWOOD INSTITUTE. 1212 AND 1211
I4lh St., near 14th-st.0lrolo. Beleot Board i
lug Boliool for younrs lsdlos, Bnslou '85-'8(J
opi-us September IIO. 1885. Eirly application
mcfteiiry, as number ot bourdoru will bo
WAHIIINOTON H01IOOL OF PHONOG
ranliy and Typn WrttlDg, IC7 I street, IUic
ulr evening sriuilnua (rem Bcpterabor 15. Horn)
kddress for rircnUr to J, A. whltoomb, prlncl
(I MUSE MEMS.
A LAUOUING SUOOnSS.
THE BORA WILEY OPfiRA CO.
ONLY MATINEE HATURDAY.
Last Tlmo of tho MASCOT,
Last Time of tho MASCO r,
Lntt Tlmo of tho MASCOT.
Lnst Tlmo ot tho MASCOT.
Last Tlmoot tbo MASCOT.
LAtGHIERI LAUGHTEItl LAttGUTEltl
Don't Fall to t!oo T1IH Mascntl
LAbTNlOIin LABTNIGUTI LAST NIGnTI
Tr-m6rrow Thursday OLIVETTE,
Tonmirow Tlmu day OLIVETTE,
To-motrow Thunday OLIVETTE.
Monday Next -A New Opera, E3THELLA.
Heals cun now bo secured.
A I.IIAIHJJI'N tlrniKl Oltorii-Hoii'te.
EVERY EVENINO AT 8:15,
BA'lt'ltDAY MATINEE AT 2:30,
., ritiNvi; sir.riiu.tAi.ini,
AdmlsMtin25c. Ueservod Boats, 50j.
Lato Lincoln Hall, Oth and D sts, n. w.
Coolest and Bott Vtntllatod Thoafo lu tho
City I Afternoon and Night, Wcok
of May 11,
GRAND TESTIMONIAL BENEFIT
ATTAOIUiS AND ItnU'LOYKS.
Tickets good for any Performance.
FLORENCE NOBLE and HARRY JACKSON,
In Henry Point's Drama,
SEE THE GREAT LOCK BOENE.
ADMIiBION 10 and 20 conts
Poors open nt 1 nnd 7 p. m.
imi: MUisr.ujr. '
Pennsylvania Aonue, nenr 11th st.
THE BIO BEN8ATI0N OF THE SEASON,
FOUR FAMOUS AOTINO E0G3.
Monday, Tucsdoy nnd Wednosday Aftornoon
and Nlgbt, Drst tlmo In this city,
their Great Drama of
BOGS OF THE SIERRAS: OU, THE PUNT
On Thuredoy, Friday ond Saturday, tholr nor
play, by tho nutbor of "Frltn."
BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER.
ADMISSION TO ALL ONLY 10 CENTS.
The Spring Meeting
WILL BE HELD
TUESDAY, May xz.
WEDNESDAY, May 13.
THURSDAY, May 14.
FRIDAY, May ig.
Five Races Each Day I
All the First-Class Horses I
Tho Piist Rico will bo started at 3 o'clock
Special trains will lcavo tho Baltimore k
Ohio Depot for tbo track at 8:30 n. m 12:10,
1:30, 1:55, 2:20, 2:45 and 3:05 p. m., ana
will bo lu waiting whon tho racos aro over.
Oars Reserved' for Ladies.
Improper Characters will be Excluded;
PHE QUANTICO HIGH TEA
MOONLIGHT EXCURSION, WITH MUSIC,
JANE M08ELEY, MAY 20, 1885.
Loavine iho whui tot 4:30 and returning at
10:30 sharp, In behalf ot tho
OARFIELD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL.
Mrs. Senator Lo;sn, Mrs. Gen. Rlcketts,
Mrs, Senator Bltlr, Mrs, Gen. Landor,
Mrs. Senator Dolph, Mrs. Henrietta 0. Met
Mrs, Senator Bariir, zerott,
Mrs, Senator Mandor- Mrs. Col. Rockwoll,
sod, Mrs. D. B. Eaton,
Mrs.Jndgo Hagncr, Mrs. Orango Ferris,
Mi s. II. A. Wlllard, Mrs. B. 0. Pomeroy,
Mrs, Miranda Tullock,Mrs. A. J. Boutley,
Miss E, B, Johuson, Mrs. Dr. Power,
Mrs. Ltout. Belfrldgo,
Tlckots, $1; Supper Tickets, $1. To bo ob
tained of the Lady managers or ot tho Direct
ors, nnd nt tho principal hotels, drug and book
stores. m) 0,1 3,10,20,22,23,25,20,27,28
TVTT. VJBBKOBfl BIT. VIUINON!
BTEAMKR W. W. CORCORAN
Leaves Boveuth-ttreet wharf dally, except Bnn
any, for Mt. Vernon nt 10 o'clock a. m.; roturuine.
reaches WMhlnclon about 3;Su p. m.
L. L. BLAKE, Captain.
PROPOSALS FOR GRADING ANDREGULAT
X ING VAUIOUB STREETS IN THE CITY
OF WASHINGTON, D. 0.
omen oi'Tiir. ExaiNixit comjiissioneii,
Wasuinoton, D. 0 May 0, 18B3.
By direction ot tho Beurd of Commtaslonorv,
sealed proposals will bo rocnlvod at this offlco
utttll 12 o'clock m on Saturday, May 10,
1885, for grading nnd regulating various
Btroets In tho city ot Washington, D. 0.
Blank forms of proposals und specifications
can bo or.tamod at thuonico upon application
therefor, together with nil necessary Informa
tion, and bids upon those forms will alono bo
Tho rlEht Is reserved to reject nny nud all
bids or parts of bids,
O. J. LY DECKER,
Mnjor of Engineers, II. 8. A,,
inj O-at Engineer Commissioner D. 0,
FOR SALE A IIP REfT.
DEAL ENTATK BVX.iiKTlN " " "
TIIOS. E. WAGOAMAN. 017 V street.
(Clinosea rn6.de Yednesdnya and Buturduvs.)
TIIIUCH-bTOItY IIIIIOK AND FIIAME
1102 Md uvo s w, rood lai, 10 rs $1,000
M K st 11 , I'll, mod lin, 10 rs .1,750
1S-.M Columbia st 11 w, mod lm, u m.... L'.ECO
K12 Kill st i) w. mod lm, a rs - , 2,ooo
f.2j nuo 1.27 ICt I, st 11 0, inert Impo, 7 u 2,eoo
305 II tt nc, f h, 8 r l.coo
00 Myrtle si nc,fli, mod lm.Krs I.CO
231U. 2312, MM and 2S1G Pn vu 11 w, b h, 0 rs... 1 MO
4 is, 4iu. 4 12 I st 11 w. 1 11, 7 rs each lJJeo
lift 201 h st n w,B rs l.ioo
TWO-BTORY BRIOK AND FltAMK II0U8K9
-I 0 -ITS nth at s w, mod Imps, h h, 0 rs S.CCO
lWlilttsw, 1 )i, a rs '1,000
1 13 lit st w. a rn, nnd a housi h lu rear 2.500
ni2uudHlMstsw,f li.lrn l.COO
:u, tt.i I1.1. m, 11 w 1,200
l73Jtn 17LI . st n w, 1 h, 0 rs l.wa
16 nnd 18 llroun'uciuiirl. n,w. wiitor, -1 rs 1,000
1754, 1702 V st n w, f 11, U rs, inch 1.000
408 Hiul 410 Ulh st sw.Jn, 111, euch 1.000
U07.SC0, 311 Mbtaw, b h,4 ra 1,000
UNIMPROVF.D PUOPIJJWY FOR HAJK.
K st, hrtioih nnd 17th sts u w (.1.00
K bt.bet U hnnd IS1I1 11 w 2.C0
17th nnd P tin 11 w 2.00
N Y uvo. In t Inh mul lulli sin 11 w 1,75
Bw cor 8U1 nud U tits 11 w l.to
Meter Mil and O nln 11 w LCD
II nnd I'.OM, liei Sih uud Hth 11 w l.co
I'lhat hctOnnd 1 11 w 1,60
18th tt, bet LnudMslH i w I.W
MOUSES FOR ItKN T.
CCO M nt n w, mod Imps 12 rs t w co
till list 11 w. uiodlmns. lfli'J m '"
1017Mst v. w.itssJtibflS modlm.ars 8.10)
HI4 Vn nvu s w, rand lm, 8 rs 25 00
18t7Vitli w.modlni. In IS 00
S072 fthsui w, lnpri Ira.nrs 18 00
lUOnli ft 11 w,iao(llm,8 IB 15 W
17 und aiviothstsw, mod lm S rs ,, II 01
lulli F hi 11 w, u rr , 10 no
Mao P st n w. 4 rs iu 01
BTORICa AND OFFICES.
,1120th st n w, 1 r 75 00
i,m I'ht 11 w, room 1 410 iki
cai Fit n w,2dllfor 25 00
(inulnii linlldiuen w, ik 20 11 ml 28 , wm
Let.liul litb lied lith Blase 23 00
018 v Bt n w, r a 20 00
sis Ft n w, r 1 hs 11 1
719 6th ot s e, store IS 00
Wit Oth hi 11 w, store a la 00
742 Mil st 11 w -JOW
In enms to suit nt fl per cent,
Tho above la onlv a ambii iiortlon of property
on uy books. For full lUtcall at olDce for bulle
tins lMned un 1 st sue