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THJE "WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 22, 1885.
JtiMfiftcil Salty, Stmtlavi Sxecptal.
Tho Evening Critic PubllshingCompany,
IMLLlVr KH.UOUltJf. President,
IV. SCOTT TOWlMtS, Treasurer,
II. II. SYJCVXISTlilt, IMItur.
OHlcc, No. Oil 1) Street, Tost Jlulldlnir,
Washington, I), C
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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC,
VfAHlllHinOH, D- 0-
Friday, May 22, 1885.
31 It. WHITNEY'S WAV.
It Is coming to be noticed that Secretary
"Whitney is n Democrat. JIo has n well
defined iilen Hint tlio election of Inst No
vrinbcr went Ills wny, nnd Dint It is Ills
diitynso Cabinet olllcer tinder it Demo
cratic administration to inquire why oU'en
Mvc prtrtis'niis, who lcfttliclr desks and
drew pay from the Government for trying
to help the Itcpublicnn ticket, should be
permitted to hold olllce in the midst of a
mpremacy they despise.
Secretary Whitney in n young man, per
haps, but lie is not a trimmer. JIo knows
n hawk from a licrnshaw long before its
wings arc clipped, and ho appreciates the
Jnct that if the people had not demanded
n thorough change in tho principles and
' -personnel of the Government they would
have triumphantly elected Mr, Blaine.
Jir. wliltnoy understands that tho
people wore tired of John itoach and his
rotten ships. Ho is impressed with tho
idea that somehow or other the election of
hist November signified a public desire for
:i better navy, lorn strengthened merchant
marine, nnd for a thorough reformation of
abuses at tho nnvy-ynrds.
Secretary Whitney believes that if the
people meant by tho election of last No vein
berto express confidence in the clllclcncy
and honesty of tho men and measures then
controlling the Government, he didn't get
the returns right. And somehow or other
ho has not yet heard that the people only
meant to be funny nt the last election.
J 'crimps some of his older and wiser
friends might step into the Navy Depart
ment and whisper in Secretary Whitney's
ear that the .returns have been re
1 iscd in certain quarters and that hi con
duct should bo tempered to tho revision.
The idea of a Cabinet Minister proclaim
ing his Democracy under a Democratic
President is shocking to some people,
tint it don't appear to injure Secretary
"Syii'tney's health and popularity.
IN wokds r rim:.
If Ohio is not provided with laws regu
hitlng the establishment of lire-escape for
all buildings exceeding a height of three
stories, it should proceed without delay to
frame such laws. The terrible loss of life
yesterday at nn Insignificant tire at Cincin
nati Is the olt-ropeatcd lesson that men
and women who toil for bread in ilvo
htory buildings should bo surrounded
with cvcrV possible me.ins of escape from
every possible accident or calamity.
It is mentioned incidentally that if the
employes had only known it, they might
have escaped from the Cincimi'itl builil
ingby climbing (o tho roof. Thcio does
licit appear to be much scno in giving in
formation of that character to seventeen
charred and blistered bodies on the slain
if u morgue. It will occur to the ma
jority of people that tho propcrtimc to fur
nish employes willi avenues of escape front
lire is before tho lire occurs, lint there
v ere deeds of heroism performed yester
day that deserve remembrance in endur
ing marble nnd in imperishable -bronze.
John Sullivan, who saved many lives and
lost his own, should havo a crown of stars
above and a granite shalt on earth. If
there is any appreciation of nobility Wt
in Cincinnati it will demonstrate itself in
glorification of John Sullivan, Freely,
promptly nnd without ihcsitatior he im
periled nnd lost his ownlifu in preserving
the lives ol helpless girls and women. A
greater "-aeriliee than this no man could
Yit, after Sullivan lias be.cn remem
bered, and the seventeen victims of in-
lompctont lire inspectors and careless
employers have been laid away with
becoming mnow, perhaps tlioro -should
be an investigation that will sound n uoto
of warning to tho owners of buildings not
properly provided with lire-escapes. Theio
warnings always come late, but better
liudy than nut at all.
TitK Daitholdi statue of "Liberty Ku
Hghtening the World" lias started on its
perilous journey from Kouen to Sandy
Hook. The impending possibilities in
volved in its passage are well calculated
to keep honest citizens awake of nights,
'ihiiik what a calamity the loss of that
stntuo would be to tho Wmld't pedestal
fund. Think what such disaster would
signify to Senator Evnrts and ills pedestal
I'ouuullteo. Think how many ilighU of
oratory would bo lost to humanity, If the
vlitUo should go down to enlighten the
lu-li of tho sea. The World should hold Its
-Mi, nowfnr a couple of weeks.
eratie ollleer who lotalns all
i.u- "mploye on tho solu
'' "- : 'hem I hero will not
' ' Milont of the
t. i, .- - tqu votos
in tho 2iu
If public SC-llMl'iivi
rate of developing
n vtl .'v . r
wuinpism and false L .u ,
Higgiiis will boillfout the mojt p . ! .,
ini! popular candidate in ISSi.
Kx-SrxiitT m:v Cirvjfiij.iiK said in Nun
"York yesterday that" ho laid no doubt that
sweeping changes would soon bo niado by
1I10 Administration. "Mr. Vilas' letter,"
l. added, "shows very plainly tho wny
llungs arcshapiug themselves at Wash
ington. They moan to have tlio oflloos,"
nnd it will not take long for tliotu to ijol
Ltmtnil of them."
'J ill) Ci:u;c is reliably Informed Unit Mr.
(icurgcK. Hamilton of the firm of Mor.
rii-k A- Morris, who was namd in connec
tion with the Marshalshlp of the District
hi Wednetday's ishin, lias never made up-
jiljeation for any olfleinl position, and does
not desire tho Marshalsliip or any other
1 Si:katoji SnriiM in lias Voiieltnlcl (
jtllow is.))amo Io be np.iiviia.Hpil witli ill
rent, and to accept if elected" as ids own
HK'i'essor. Tho Senator has a strong hold
in tho people of Ohio, anil it would not
lie nt all surprising!!' his re-election should
be cJlccled without dlfllcitlty.
Disiior Wwttj.i! in Jtl nnnual report-to
the Virginia Kpisropal Cutsnciliii ses-nou
nt liiehmond, dwells at some length upon
the race queetion in the church He is
. . -'"
.Jili - ti- " j .VT ' - rrr
more nnd more convinced that it is n dlfll
cult and serious one, nnd that the only
toltttloii will bo found in forming the col
ored brethren inton separate organization
n conclusion to wlilclin largo majority or
the clergy nnd Inlly, both whitennd blnck,
lias also arrived. Thocolorlinoln religion
seems to be inllnltcly harder to eradicate
than the color line in politics.
Tnr. cheerful Jtcjmllican this morning
jays: "So long ns wnter can be swallowed
without mastication, wo suppose it's all
right." Dttt a napkin under your chin,
n sprig of parsley on the top wave and a
bunch of celery as an appetizer, might
help things out. If a man is determined
to suffer imaginary pangs he should havo
nil the accessories.
It seem to be n raw, damp day when
the Medktd lUcord neglects to advertise
itself through the allllutious of General
Grant. It's an 111 wind that blows nobody
"Nothing is yet settled," silil Mr. Glad
stone, yesterday, In the House of Com
mons, After tills the French spoliation
claims will not bo half so lonesome.
Hrnr.'flto the IVitb'owtl I'tpulUcan. If
our esteemed contemporary is afraid of
wnter, wjiat ii'iVJ it drink !
The question now is whether John
Itoach can have tho Dolphin if ho can
guess what it is.
PEOPLE IN GENERAL.
Till; James 1'nge Library Association,
probably the oldest Democratic organiza
tion In riiiladclphla, has elected President
Cleveland an honorary member.
IlnrJiESENTATivE Commos will deliver
nn address June 38, at the annual com
mencement of Anne Arundel College,
Mk. and Miss. Gr.oitcu: S. KsiaitT arc
said to have made enough money out of
"Over tho Garden Wall" to 'purchase n
cottage at Saratoga and will spend the
The i'ajiua- or Ihsiior l'orrrn of New
York, and Miss Kmnia Dlatchford, sister
of Associate Justice Dlatehford, have ar
rived at Newport-for the summer.
K.-Cim:r Juikij: J.vjirs L. IlAiiTor,, of
the Mnryland Court of Appeals, lias pre
sented to the Crescent Club an oil portrait
of Andrew Jackson, painted by Mr. John
son, the Ualtimorc artit. The portrait Is
a ropy from the original at the "Hermit
age1 l'norr.s'-oii James T. Uixby, ialo of the
Theological School at Meadvillo, Pa., has
received from tho University of Leipzig
the degree of Doctor o! Philosophy.
Genee.m. W. I!. Ti:nnY of Liberty, Va., is
critically 111 from an attack of paralysis.
He is-utterly ignorant of tlio slaying of
Jeter bv his son or the subsequent lynch
ing of tlio homicide. Mrs. Terry knows
nothing of her son's unhappy fate.
Kx-Goveenor Kvaks of Colorado, who
supported Mr. Blaine for the Presidency,
says of Mr. Cleveland: "If he remains a
people's President, and not merely the
figurehead and scapegoat of a party, he
will lay the foundation for another term,
against which there will he little real op
position." Tim ur.KAT Ameiucan rn:-iwrEn was it.
AV. Knicrson. He is S. J. Tllden. Khu-'
barb is said to be tho favorite vaiiety of
the sage-tea statesman of Gramercy Park.
Mi:. ItANrut.i, arrived iii Philadelphia
yeterdny and has quarters at the Ameri
K.'-Skceetauv Lincoln is expected to
deliver the address on Sunday afternoon
at the memorial exercises, Prospect P.ujk,
Tim Sluiiiil Vermin Itegonts.
The session of the lloaid ol'ltcgeuts at
Mount Vernon yesterday was principally
devoted to examining the lliuineiai state
ments submitted tollieiu. It was decided
that in the future votes by proxy would
not be admissible. A piece of lace worn
by Washington when he sat for the artist,
Gilbert. Stewart, was presented by Mrs.
IticliaiJ-on of Louisiana. She stated tlmt
it had been given her by a daughter ot
Mr. Stewait. Hon. W. w, Corcoran ami
the board of vi-itors appointed by the Vir
ginia Legichiture, consisting of ex-Governor
Lewis, Gcnoial McDonald, Adjutant
General of tlio State, Colonel PortloU'nnd
Anther Herbert, attended Ihe meeting
yest'eiday ajid were given a complimentary
dinner. A valuable collection of relies,
consisting of picture", swoids and brass
biis-relieiHot'Washlngton have been placed
in tlio hall as the gill of Mrs. Herbert of
How Tlii-y Aililrcss tin; I'rusiiloiil.
Dinnplng In on Colonel Uunout tlio oilier
iliiv, in he was opening the mall, lie remarked:
'Jui't It funny wlint Queer Ideas noino peo
ple linvo about directing tliulr letters to the
I'lcUk'iitf Most people think llioy must clabo
into IlienddiCKS Io tlio Pio-ldeat. Look at
tlii'ne, fur liistiinco:
Ciovcruor (ft over I'lovclanil, llrit Ucniocratlo
To Ids Kxeolloncy Mr. C'lovelaiul,
Hon. (irover t'levuland, L'm.
'I'i) Ids Honor 0. tlcvel.uul, 1'resldcnt of tlio
I'oloneltl. Cltnelmul, I'l'osldcnt.
To his lllKlniess the Honorable rre&ldcnt ot
there United Mutus.
Hon. Jlr. Cleveland, Ko., nt l'rosHlent's
(inventor Cleveland, Piosldout ot tlio Uultoil
3lr. riiyrr Cleveland, Wlilto IIou'o.
Ills KxceJlcney the Honorable President ot
tlio I'nlted Mates,
(f. Cleveland, LV , ITosUlPtit.
Mr. (iiover Cleveland, Piesldent Uultoil
His llnnor .TwIbo Cleveland, tho lTosldont,
strictly eoulldeiitlal (evidently an npplleatluu
An a postoilke).
To our i'i evident, ('overnor Clovelaud,
(ioiieriil Cleveland, tlio I'tusldent. (I'rlvato).
lllalit lion, (irover Cleveland, the l'roikleiif,
tit White lli.use. ll.oiilsvlllo Arsus,
A I.onir AVutt fur Justlen.
Tlio now translation ol tlio Ulblu rovoalstlio
fact tlml .lmopli did not wear a eo.it "of many
mlo in." Iisupli lias nut eoininnndod that do
ttrco of iiwpccl from tlio world wliloh ntt.iolios
tiiMimoof lliopatilaiTlis, hut tlilsexuulp.itlim
fi-n oio woiiknoss wilt dn lilm good, as far as
k i, . ciiicneo Tribune.
Of Inlmitl Io Ciils Users.
lie is'uw York Legislature has fixed tho
i o of Bin nt X.rM per I.OIMJ feet. Now tlio
,lc cts eonipHiites will linvo tulncioaso tlio
siiyed of tho ens meters to brim; about a boh.
teel iieriiRii and not affect tho dividends.
Ll'ioi Iileiivu Tulcirrum.
Tliete Is n toituno for u man who will Invent
wut wnler lor line In thotttvo ncotuis. 'I'lioilust
Milked nil by the water mint In "Tlio World"
Invui liihly inakOT tho iirtors on the ruft cough.
-IN. O. Hcauno.
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PIlNbiiry ii .1liigviiiiii.
Hi's ( olleeliir E. P. i'lllabury tunioil Ma?
wninp Thu DdinornttM of Lowell soom to
think mi, fur holms reappointed tho old deputy.
-IMiini-heutiiriN. If I 1 jiloii.
'J lin Ciiiu-Cliouin-'H Cuiol.
'ANTO TIIH oUBTir.
huinbhdtiH) lmmii tlirmiuli the hUzlody-
i;i tlio iliunduidi-iim tliuimM on liU tliola;
Ho llliwtliiouiili t1ioinlilliif
w inn- tut Hoop iii iwOpKltt 111 hole,
i AMD THE TWOfll.
Tin' JlinmyoiiniK JlnkK with Uiollnsluilustae,
Arid llio lullypiiirlimps IlkiMi limili,
Win n thu IjinpiiuUoolo takes toihly and lot,
W1h.ii t lie iioliy)IVHliiliir Khun.
'( i ti tuu nuiKisri
Tin: niiilli-auib iiiuni'lut)it' nini'in ion,
"Uyjj" ,ltful,Jl 'l)iust,Jl.oiWn tV
Ami tlio tilffdtjwlir blows his Incozy hassnoil,
Ytt Hie Kill still keep i-lmwlujr the i(iim.
- fllnvcililll Outline.
- r - 'X.,, -V-ntiti;r-KK
THE CINCINNATI HORROR.
rirtccn J,les T.ost In Yesterday's Con
llngratlon. Tiic lire in Cincinnati yesterday artcr
noon in the printing establishment of Sulli
van .fe Co., 10 Sixth street, caused the lo
or fifteen lives and the injury of live per
sons, two of whom will probably die.
Thirteen of the dead were women and
girls employed in tlio etabllslimcnt.
There was no lire escape to the building,
nnd the little narrow stairway within was
colled around the elevator, which served
as a flue to conduct the flames upward.
Said Chief or tho Pirc Department
"Wisby: "When I was able to get into tho
fourth story I had no suspicion of what I
should llnd there. The house Is not
uuttrd; in fact the flro was chiefly in the
fifth story. The burning in tlio lourth is
not considerable, so I didn't expect to
meet such a sight as I saw. In the smoke
that still illlcd the fourth floor I counted
the corpses of ten 'girls lying upon
benches, tables and other things or
stretched upon tho floor with not a hair
singed. I don't wonder at It, however, as,
excepting a hatchway, I was unable to
llnd any parage up or down that lloor, al
though 1 suppose there must bo n stair
way. It was a terrible sight the worst I
ever saw in my experience. They lay in
till conceivable positions, whore they had
lain down or had fallen whllo wildly
rushing about in despair, Tlioro should
have been a lire escano on tho house. It
would have saved alt those lives."
Tlio scene ot the undertaker's was most
dislressing. Outside was a great crowd of
broken-hearted relatives, sobbing incon
solably, As soon as the bodies could bo
arranged relatives were admitted. Jt was
hard to identify Ihe dead. Tho throe
girls who Jumped from the windows of
the blazing building to their deaths had
no appearance of being scorched, but they
weie badly scratched, bruised and bloody.
1'ioin their cars streams of blood trickled
and made a pool under their shoulders.
Bright red foam also welled from their
nostrils and mouth. The burned bodies
were agonizing to look upon. Tho skin
had peeled oil' lrom face, neck, forearms,
hands and lingers, nnd hung in ghastly
shreds and tatters. Their elotlici were
not burned off, nnd their feet, legs, arms
and trunks wero unbanned.
YEET LOW PBIffl
Our stock of all binds of scasouablo f ' '-'
now complete, and prices lower than c
Nainsook and Swiss Edging" : .
Flounclngs In nrcat variety.
Laces of all kinds.
Fans of every desorlpllon.
Nets, Veilings, Ruffllngs and Hal ' -chiefs.
PARASOL? AND SUN UMBRELLAS.
Wo nro offering groat 'bargains In Parasols
and Invito inspection aud .comporfso j. Best
goods at lowest prices, boo our
$2.50 26-inch Silk Umbrella;
It can't bo matched for the prlo
BLAOK DRESS GOODS
Cannot bo surpassed either lu stylo or quality.
Black and Bl'k and White Sattoons
m Newest rattorns.
white U00D3 at cscoptlonally lowprlsos.
Bco and ba convinced.
E. G. DAVIS,
719 Market Space.
Post Urination Sewing Machine,
How itonay. Light ruenlng. Nolaeloaa. Por
ted. Don't tail toexamliio its merits boforo
buyliiH any other.
B. a. DAVIS,
Agent for D. C.
BED TICKET DAY.
Red Ticket Day :--Friday.
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l'EAHS IS Otm AUVEKTISEMENr,
UEAIt IX MIND THAT ON THAT DAY
KOSIEOVTHE MOSr PHENOMENAL
UAU0A1NS EVElt OFEItED DY AY
ONE IN ANY CITY WILL, 1)E Ol'-
V E D0TJII3 NOT TO CATCH TR DU
THltOUOH ANY HUJIUUO, WE Sill
PLY CLAIM WE HELL GOODS A3
CHEAP AH ANY HOUSE IN THE
COUNTRY, AND OUTl STRICT RULE
ia, NOT TO HE UNDERSOLD DY ANY
ONE, WE HAVE ONE PRIUE
STRICTLY, DO iToASH UUSINESS
OLYi THEREFORE WE 'ARE PRE-
PARED TO MEET ALL COMPETI
Ki: iiii(i:r i.vy,
WHICH WILL MIS ON l'MD.YY OF
EACH WEEK. WE SHALL EXHIUIT
AT RIDICULOUSLY LOW PR10E3
ALL a()ODS,SU0l7A8 "WE HAVE SUR
PLUS 01'.ND ARE HEtRONAULE.
llEMEMDEIt, ON l'RIDAY 13
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BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
TOR ENORAVED AND PRINTED
rXtEi;'a, 13'iO JF ST.
I'lRteftniinoCniitp'J; 100 Printed GnnlH,
II. oppoBito Ebtiltt Hoiipp.
Buy Your Bonks and Stationery
VVS5a,NATI0NAI, VNIVKUSITY, MUM
rGS enl and Dental Denartinent.-Tlio
commencement will bo hold FRIDAY, 2'2d In;
stunt, ntJ o'clock p, in., nt tlio CumiieMtlonal
church, cor. loth and (I ts. n. w, Members of
tlio mcillcnl nnd dental professions and the
public are invited to attend. . .
ino at II. It. llAHKEfl. M. I)., Dean,
GLYMONT EXCURSION QU0U.ND9.
Contractu for i:eurlnnn now In ol dor. Cot-
tnncs nnd Blnclo roomi for rent. K. Kiieund,
Caterer. Special rates to Hnnday-c1iooK
I.. It. TltKMlll.Y.ri'J7 7tllBt.
DKIthY HATS IN L10IIT COLOR!!,
BOYS' AND C1I1I.DHEN'8 STHAW HATS
1). H. ETINKSILTZ ii SON, Hattem,
3237 1'ennn. Ave. mv7
3728 renna. Ave. N. W.
HL'STAUltANT A LA CAUTIl.
Ftimmcr board l)y tlio week, 85, by tho
month. S'2'2. my l-:im
Mga.VIIiaiNIA IJL'ACH ItOTHIi
OPEN FOlt GUESTS MAY 35, 388.1.
Situated on tho Atlnntlc Coast, 0 miles south
of Capo Henry; 3H miles from Nor- .
folk by Itallioad.
llcaeh for battling unexcelled, and no under
tow. l-"reo from mosquitoes. The House Is
flist-elassln all Its appointments. Telegraph,
tcleiihono nnd prompt mail facilities, flood
llfhliiB and bontliiK. For teiins, which are rea
sonable, apply to
J. V, IIOHIIACII & CO..
Vli'Rlnla llcaeh Hotel, Va.
For further Information nnd circulars apply
to J. V. ISOTKLElt Sa SON,
1)23 1'a. nvc, n. v,i Washington, D, 0.
V?t-i,THr! ANNUAL 31KF.TIN0 OF THE
Wsaar stockholders of. tho Evening Critic
Publishing Compnny for tho purpose of elect
ing trustees for tho ensuing year nnd tho trans
notion of such other business as may bo pre
sented will bo held nt the Crltlo olllco.Uil I)
st. -Washington, I). C on MONDAY, Juno 8,
3880, between tho hours of 31 o'clock a, in.
and 32 in. of said day.
?uSj,WATi:i)-Tni: LADIES OF WASH
ruii liiKtuu so know tlmt
JIISS CAVANAUOH, Dr.BMMAUEn,
I'Mir.crlv of ,11)1 l'n. ave. n! w lias not tift
Healed pi'onosals will Do rceelvcil at this Ue
partment until 11! o'clock m. on Wednesday,
June 21, 1HS5, for liu-nlslilus Stationery for
tliou'oof First anil Second Class Postolllces
for oun year from July 11 885.
Jllnnl; foimsol proposals sliowina tlio Items
anil estimated minutltles rcqulrcil. together
with circular rel.itliiK thereto, will ho fur
nWiod on nppllcatlon to this Hepaitmont.
Piopo.-nlsshuuld bo aiUlresied to tlio First
Assistant I'ostnmster-Oeiicral, and Indorsed
"Proposals for stationery."
Tho l'ostniasti'-(lcncral ro?crvo tlio right
to i eject any or all Mils.
WM. V. VILAS,
invin-2taw. Iw l'ostmastev-Cionev.il.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Aitvertlsciiifiitn ol Thrro Lines under tills head
Ini-.crtMl.tlireo times fnr 'ii cents.
F" OR ltENT-HOUSE 1010TU ST. N. W.,
ia room"; larno side yard; inoderii lin
piovcmcnts; lent S75 per month. Apply to A.
A. lUen, corner 7th st. and Louisiana avo. n.
1710R 1IENT-F0R SIX MONTHS, A NEWLY
turnlsliod house, In ti. w. eec, nt f OS per
month to satisfactory party. Address Bos U,
Crltlo onicn. mylOtlt
OR RENT-U0U3E AND STORE NO. !)13
reiinbvlvnnlu avouuo a. w.: nitor to
JacUtonK Co.,l!(! Pa. avo,, or 1O03I at. n.
An Elecnut lino of infants' and Children's
for Spring wear, plain and ombroldorod, in
Mother Uubbatd and other stylos. Long and
White Dresses, Slips and Rouss, Laco
Feek-a.Boo and Shirred Caps,
comprising tho latest styles, at
MES. SELMA EDPPERT'S
U08 Dili tit., )ii. I'nteiiioiilco.
814 BEVENTH STREET.
Tho Lartjcst Stock of Millinery and
Fancy Goods nntl Vlsitcs In tho city.
IE. Gh. DAYIS,
Black Dress Goods, Emliroidorios,
Lacos and Trimmings.
710 MARKET HPAOE, WA8HINQT0N, D. 0.
SI UULUS AND PARASOLS,
Full Htock ot Bun Umbrellas and Paragon,
WILLIAM R. RILEY,
Ullo-Mtillilliiu, Cor. Dili mill 13 S(.u. iv
Ladies' Tailor and Habitmakor,
730 Seventeenth St. N. W.
For Bargains in Dry Goods
TRUNNEL & CLARK,
811 MARKET HPAOE.
Can ue Dauelit
clicaner at thu I'aIiU
BulldlDff Niipplliii, Nog, DU8, U10, HIS nnd all U
Btroct, tlireoiloorn wcstoftlie Pnient OUIce, lin
mediately adJolalDg Nutlonal ltlilea' Armory,
tlmii nt any , oilier eittnlillahQiciil In the city. If
you wloli to liny oven thu smallest quantity ot
white lead, oils, vnnilsh colom, dry or (u oil. etti.,
srnd ynur nildnss on n poslnl raril ami a printed
price-list ot every nrllclo sold lu this ilcnarlmsnt
wlllbeteutto.you by return mall, rcaclil ni; you
In a lew houm' lime by loutr-carrler. fl'tila prloe
lltt gives tliu price ol half pint, pint, quart, half,
k'ullon, gallon, mm ilvuk'ulloim or each kind ot
oil, turiiemlne, ilryi-r, varnish and other liquids
sold by measure; also, prlco per quarter-pound,
half-pound, pound, five, ten, twenty-ilva ami
IMi pounds ol Hftch article sold by weight! also, list
una pt U of mUri llimcous articles. T lin prices
art, trailed accuidliiK lo tlio. quantity bought.
I ormi bin era Ket vi'ry loweal prices; small buy
eispay nallsnily higher rate. My prices nro
rlxiil. All buyers buying ttiBaamo quantity pay
lliutaiUBiuWo. 'I lie liieipertvncwl buyer isoti
the rn rae lcc ns the oldest painter If ho buys tho
r it e.anilnlng my nrlce-IIstsend your ordors
by jprfseucer. teleplioneor by null, Mid they will
be flllfd promptly ami the bit), at per prlr-ollst,
collected on delivery, tloods delivered to all
pans of the city,
Tho oilier departments of my business havo
urumi to aatlslauiory inunorllous. I now Klve my
special ailertlcii to iIik Paint Department, and
(xrecl, Iiy liavlni; n lull supply of UraLclUH
fuiiim, iillitK itiem kt Juiv prrfs and iiiaklm:
crornpt rtcllvf-llia, tu secure a liberal share of
(he ubllc FMronniie.
JAMKH II, tHUU.I
Dealer In UiitldlnK Hiipiillin,
tXS io. gilt and Mu btrcet.
HI AM BUY SALE.
nwlrlnnnf nilivwn nf tlio Stinrimo Ponrt
of tho Dlstilct of CiilumMii pased May 'JO,
38815, In canity enuo t), 130, 1 will sell nt tmli
lie miction, In front of tho premises, on FRI
DAY, .May 111). 18H5, nt I o'clock , tn ilio fol
losvlnc described picmlscsnnd nil tho Interest
therein of tho parties to snld cauo, to wit:
Part of lot S In pqiinro 100, bexlnntint at a
point on tho ?outh lino of Kftld lot, Ufl feet west
svntdly fiom tlio southensl corner thereof, run
nliiK thciieo westwnrdly with Pennsylvania
nvcmto !2 1 feet, thence northwardly 71! foot 8
Inches to a public ulloy, thenco caitwardly to
the northwest lino of It. W. Hates' land, thenco
with f aid Dates' west lino to tho place of bo
Terms of fnlos Ono-tlitrd cash, of which $100
mnt bo paid when tho property Is struck off,
nnd tho balance In three equal payments In
one. two nnd three years respectively, with In
tercut; deferred payments to bo secured by
deed of titlst on tlio tircmles sold. All con
veyancing and iccorillng to boatthecostof the
,1,utlmscr' lewis D.PAimr.n,
WANTEII-A NICE, YOUNOOENTldSlAX
to accompany a young lady on a private
picnic Decorntlon dnys a good-looking one,
with some monev, preferred, Address Imino
diately, Picnic. Clltloonico. ml!'.'-;tt
TIM JOHNSON, THE OJIHAT H A tit CUTTER
O nnd phavrr. Tho barber Is at OlOSthst.
Hcmcinher this Is tlio original Jim Jolmfon,
who svns stntloncd nt Coleman's barber shop
for n number of years. Yours respect fully.
Prof, James II. Johnson. my 'Jl;Ot
HAWING AND PAINTINO-Tlin IIEST
nnd cliennest nlneo to Icnrn flrawlue anil
painting Is nt tho 'ntlonal Academy of Flno
Art, cor. 18th st. nnd N. Y.nve.: all commenc
ing Immediately will bo received at half-price;
children!! Saturdny class S10 per year; olasscs
after 1 o'clock for tline In tho Departments.
LLOYD'S 01I1G1NAL WASHINOTON 'J.-i-OT,
Express; baggage cheeked at residence;
furniture cmefully icinovcd. oniccs, l()o:J F
ft. n. w.i d81 Pa. ave. n. w. Teltphoiio No,
r,H)-i. myao Ot
JIM JOHN&ON, THE CHAMPION HARD
beaid shaver of tho world, Id at till) 8th st,
my20-3t I'ltOF. .IAS, II. JOHNSON.
T'HE very best
X buslnef s pen fy&r
tande. sold i7ckg,-i
1! -tntfonera. PE?w
1 7 two-cent n.
psforeaniplo dnz. tu Washington Phono-
lie nnadquartoi'i'. wnnllngton. P. ".
i 'I. F1NLEY,
1'iOO Pa. nvo. and 1200 D St.,
inly agent lor tho following uratulo ol
i trf do and families supplied. my!8 Ot
' " C-WRITINa DEPARTMENT; OALt-
a rnph onico; expeit opcrntota; worl:
.I. i for ma dollverbd, Oill bytlophone,
ti-.,i- ipb nice, o;i:i p '. mvs-tt
110 D street Nortuwoat.
Hour?, 11 to o.
x KERVAND, 1012 PENN. AVE., EN
J . ;rnvor. Plato and 60 visiting cards, 80
i GO cards from samo plato, 45 cents;
', rds printed from plate, 70 cents.
I .'OINE FOR D0G8.
Cor. 4X st. and Md. avo. s. w.
AUIE3 "COMPOUND PILL3 OF TANHY"
Xj are pertoctly sato and always effectual.
Hoatea particulars, ac. wticox upecmc ueut
cine Company, Phlladolphta. Pa. tu-th-a
3 ADIES PENNYROYAL HLLB ("OHIOHES
j tcr'a Enijllsh"), tho only gonulne, enr? ,
certain and effectual. Sealed particular, 4c,
Chichester Chemical Co,, 12313 Madiaonsq,
Philadelphia, Pa. ly'J.I-erd
Advertisements of Threa Lines under thlsiiead
Inserted three times lor 23 rents.
170R SA1.C-A LIGHT ROADSTER 11UG0Y-
Cheap. Con bo seen nt 1117 Get. n, w.
lOR SALE-GENTLEMAN'S ROAD V G0N,
J1 Hi ewster make, in fair condition; can be
teen nt 21B G st. n. w. before i! o'clock,
?0R SALE-THE OCOD WILL AND PIS-
tures of n rostauraut on Pa. avo.. 1420.
nowdolrgagood bustutss; rroprlotorlntonds
170R SALE-A OAUT, CHEAP TOR OASU.
' Apply at ElacUsmlth Slior, 14VII) Md. ave.
EORHALE-A NICE LITTLE RIDING AND
drlvlngmure, well hrod: nilno road
Btor nnd good stepper; vory stylish. Also nldo
liarlop buccy and now harnoss. Will noli
cheap. No UlMat. ". o aftor 4 p. m. mylB-'Jt
Tj10R BALE-AN INVALID'S HELP-ADJUST.
JC lug chair, goid uu now; will bo aold very
cheap. Callat OlBlOtliBt. n. w room 18.
FOR SALE HOUSES.'
'OR SALE-TWO HANDSOJIE NEW ItESI
deuces, t) rooms' each. ll)t!l and 102:1 () st.
ii. w.t tho houses mo built In tho most will-
lnlUlnl manner pros nncK i rents. Drown
timo trimming, two story nqiiare luy win
down, hiudwood tnnntcU, tlllns, llro-phices and
lumnccs; plumbing lirst-elnss. For terms ap
ply to A. A. Wll'on, Fli-cmcn'H Insurance Com
liuiiy, comer 7tli fit. nnd Louisiana uvo. n. w.
KeyHntatMHUlHl. n.w. inVJI-Ot
FOR RENT ROOMS.
AdverilieinentsofTliieo Lines under thlsiiead
Inserted thrco times foi-M cents.
1?0R RENT-HKI II ST., COIt. Itii N. W., 1
J: luiga elegantly fiunlhhed corner room, lid
lloor; butlindJolnliiK; with or without board;
gentlemen prefened; taliio boai'ders accom-
-f, OR RENT-ONE OU TWO NICELY FUR
JV nlhlied rooms, with or without boaul, on
veiy lea'ionnble terms, at 1538 Utli st. n, w,
17011 RENT TWO LARGE PARLORS, 1ST
X1 lloor; Jnrgo hay window; sulluhle tor uu
nfflco of .any kind, or for gentleman mid wlfo.
Hiinilro (101 ltith at. ii, w. my ai-ilt
?0U RENT-TWO FUHNISHEI) ROOMS;
X1 not cointnunleiitlng. Apply 8K) K st. n, w.
"I70R RENT-NEWLY-l'URNlSHEl) FRONT
I' i ,.,.,n ,t, l i,,., fi.nillt. ,i.,.,,,d ,mil,,,.o,n -7,, 7
nth ht. n, w.
.I...., ,.,. J, ..V..w. ..
770R RENT-ON tECOXD FLOOR, PLEA
X1 ntit imlurnMieil io mi, in umall family;
loferoncog. S'M E. Capitol Bt. mylO-nr
IiOlt RENT A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM,
. on second lloor. furulshod, on Capitol
Hill, to gentleman only, for 40 a month; rotor
encea required, Address m. W,, Crltlo oiuoo.
'OR RENT THREE NICELY l'URNIBUED
rotms nn second lloori north aud south
txpeauro; bath on sauio lloor; dollghttnl lo
cality; rars and herd lea pass tho door; tonus
mndornio; r17 East Capitol st. myld-Ot
I?URNI8nED ROOM, WITH UOARD, FOR
1 lady and gentleman or tivogoutlomon;
plensnut location and references exchanged;
DIB Now York ave. n. w. mylil-llt
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
l?01t HENT-SEWING MACHINES- gl PER
J1 week or $3 per mouth; Now American
No 7, New Domentle, New Singer, Now Auto
matic and other Miindard inaehlnes, nt Alter
liiiL'li's. 7lhst. my'JI-Ot
IJiOlt ItENT-sTOKE AND DWELLING;
X1 len-'eglvenlf desliud. Apply nt r,2 II ht,
n. i), tiiy'JU-at
1?0R RENT-LAROE DASEUENT ROOM,
X1 diy and oouvonlenti suitable for storago
of iiieKhuudlee, Inquliu at422 5tu at. n. w,
pOtliV u'u'NTHV "lta UI);TlI5NTY MUdC
vJ( and lee; healthy location; highest elova
Hi. n In tlio county; puio inuiiutiilii alt- nnd
wntir; good hliudu; convenient to railroad;
it'iiimtori uxeliuniwd. Addioiis ('. ('. C ,
( .lima. Montgomery Co., Md. my'J'J l)t
7 i.vi'n"" m y noAiiDiNti-MiLi.i-:it firr-
i tugo, I l'ciry st.. Cupo May. N. .). Estnb
11 hid luii-r; iionii'lilui mid plimxivut; near
luiilii.g hotels ami batlilng gioiinils; reason
iil U i ate. Apply, us above, tu ill's, T. It.
Iiy ok. myiil-Ut
A WAV MORE sELI'.i T 111) UIPRIH TAKEN
ut bi'.iutuul i oimtry rusliUiieo olnu to
illy; ui' lingo to rlty inoniliig and evening
MUliens Hlghliuid. Critic office. liiy'-iU ;'t
TI-Hu'lA I'lEURi:, H. AvTvoitNEK OFTKNTII
X nnd E itrrMs, and thu U.ehlcl, 512 Ninth
ct. n.w., with pleasant roonianud go,i uourd.
nre recommended to permanent and transient
Advertisement of Three Lines under this head
Inserted three times tor 29 cents.
W'JW51an-ALKiT WHITE WOMAN
forclinmbcrmnld; nlso n colored mn
for potter, Apply nt ():)8 l'n. ave. n, w.
ANTEH-A GOOD SECOND COOK. An-
piy ni nvi v bt. n, w. mytiiii'
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS t'OOIC AND
waiter; also a ood boy. Apply at 1)03
WANTED-WORK FURNISHED FOR TWO
Indies and gentlemen. Call, after fi p.
m 1)21 Kst. n. w.. Oil floor, my'JOilt
X-trANTED-AN kxperienced and rk-
VV llnblo woman to do housework nnd
mako herself gencrnlly ucful Inn small fam-
lly; must stay nights. 1201) 0 st. n. w. m'JOilt
WANTED-A GOOD COOK, WASHER AND
Ironcr; only thoso with good references
need apply. Otm II st, ii. w. my20-;it
WANTED-A CHAMHERMAID; WHITE
picfeircd, Call at once, with reference
TTTANTED-A Will IE OIHL FOR OENERL
VV housowork; German ptoforreJ. Apply
nt 1021 vt. ave. mylOOf"
WANTED-TWO 0IRL3, ONE GOOD COOK
and liumlrees and one dtulng-room and
chamber girl. Addroas Uo.t 288, Ulty P, o,
WANTED -AN INTELLIGENT WHITE
girl as chambermaid in a private fam
ily, C'nll Willi references at 2018 0 st. n. w.
Ml A VPlMl by KENSINGTON AltT OO.
V illl IVjIJ fcmalo help to do our light,
pleasant work at their home?. Hont by mall
promptly to any nddrees; no canvassing; cny
to learn, and any ono cau enrn from 87 1) -ill)
per week. For full information, address lira
wnoton AnT Rooms, 10 Pearl st., lljstin,
Mats., DOS fi()78. my l-cod 12t
WANTED HELP MALE.
Adverllscmeuts ol Threo Lines under this hend
IiitctKd three times for 23 cenl.s.
WANTED-A HOY fo"D()"rYn3 COMI'oT
Ing and i tin press; must understand
the business;. Apply nt 1417 Oth st. n. w.
VirANTED-IMMEDIATELY, A HARKEEt'-
VV cr; must bo nober and single; nt Per-
lcnid's. ntHI ldtli st. ii. w. mv20 !)t
Advertlsemcuta of Thrco Linen under tnl3 head
Inserted three times for '-o cents.
woman wishes n place ns nurse; can give
good lcferenccs. Apply at 12 10 20th st.
-TrANTEU-DY TWO COLORED WOMEN
VV il ustiouens liii-ao clHUorp, woshera
or to work out by tho day. Call atillSLst.
n. w. myl8-!U
WANTED A SITUATION DY A RE3PE0T
able, settlodwhtio woman as a nurao
or chambermaid ; o in furnish good cttyrotor
enco. Address A. 0., Alexandria, Vu., post
Advertisements ol Three Lines under this head
Inserted three times lor '-1 cents,
WANTED-HY AN HONEOT COLOitED
boy, a situation ns bell boy or to wait on
tabic. Addicss Charles Rlchaidsou, Crltlo
WANTED-A SITUATION, 11Y A STOUT
col m ed boy In pilvato family or store.
Address!'. II.. Critic oillcc. my20-3f
-ITTANTED-DY A YOUNO BTENOORAPHEIl
VV and type-writer, a situation tu a law-
yor'oor patont atfjinoy's onioe. Addross II.
L Crltlo offlce. mylO-3t
WANTED DY A COLORED ROY, A 8IT0A
tlon as waltor or porter or to drive; can
furnleb good references. Apply at 1210 Ring
den's alley, bet. 0th and loth 818. mylf)-3t
WANTED A PLACE TO LEUtN THE OHO
ceiy buslnees by a competent boy who
Is willing to work. Address, with roforoncos.
Critic offlce. mylO-3t
Advertisements of Tbreo Lines uuder this head
Inserted three times lor ii cents.
WANTED TO SELL RIGHTS FOR THE
best iou"c-movlngdavlcocvoi' Invented.
Addroas, for 5 dnys, John M. Apfeld, patentee,
St. thai lea Hotel, elty. my22-3t
WANTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT DR. TAY
lor, 034 F stroer. near Tonth, makes
boautlful sets of artlllclal tooth for $5; guar
anteed to give full satisfaction; extracting
with gas, chloroform or local anesthetics, CO
cents; without, 26 cents; lining nt vory low
-www -v W - A-v n. vrf v -v.. v
WANTED-TO DUY FOR CASH A SMALL
houso nnd lot In tho n, w. fee. or Capi
tol Hill, ns an Investment. Addross Oisli,
Critic oilico. inyll)3t
FOR SALE LOTS.
X1 unxioo feet, lronllng Bliulousbiirg Turn
jilko. In i-lght of sticet-cars, 3300; SlOOoash,
balance $5 per month. Neat li-room cottngos
built at lowest contract rates; S100 casli, bal
nnto In 5 your", or monthly payments if pro
lured. THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
nill-tf 03 IF st.. Rooms 0 mid ()
Jr OjEXCH ANCE.
WANTED-TO ESOnANOE NEW STOVE'
for old ones atDutlor's Stnvo Exchange
corner Btb and K sts, Smoky chimneys curoj
or no pay. Stovos exchanged for grocorto
Old litovea bought.
I havo had a cancer on my fnco for many
year?. I have tried a great many remedies,
but without teller. I almost gavo up hope ot
over being cured. Dr. IlHrdmnn, my son, re
commoudod Swifi'a Spocliic, which I two
taken with great rosults. My faco Is now well,
and It Is Impossible for ma to oxprsss my
thanks In works for what this modlclno has
done for mo. Mns. olive Haiujman.
Montoe, On,, Sept. 2, 1881.
Hwlft'fl Specllla has curod a cancer on my
fnce, and has almost mado a now man ot ma.
T. J. Tiiate, Waclssu, Fin.
I havo had a cancer in my right ear for thr.io
years. I tried every remedy thotphysiciius
practiced, to no pormanout good. Uwllt's Spa
cine bus wrought wonders for mo. ic Is tho
best blood puuuet' in tho world.
JQ1IN S. MOUItOW, FlOVOnCC, Al'l.
Swift's Hpecltlo Is eutlfoly vegetable, and
seems to emu cancer by forcing out tuu Im
purities from tho blood.
Tieutlsoon Wood and Skin Dlseusos mailed
THE SWIFT BPEOiriO 00 . Dmw 3, At
inula, On., or 151) W. 23d St., N. Y.
CHILLS and 'FEVERS
PAIN in the BACK & SIDES
KIDNEY AND LIVER
FOR SALE JiV ALL DRUGGISTS
'I he Genuine has Trade Mark, and crossed Red
Lines on wrapper.
TAKE NO QTIIER,
On account of tho Inclemency of tlio weather
tlio races of tho
Will bo Postponed untn
JpOlUl'S. 25 Pit HO, SttJlMEit Pmtx.
TIIK JHIItA AVII.llV OI'UUA CO.
MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2,
Mnnilny-THE EDUCATED HOHSI'.S.
A JillAUUll'M (Jrnnil Oiicru-Hoiinc.
Every Evening and Saturday Mntlnop,
THE QUEEN'S LAOE HANDKEllOllIEr.
Admission 2flc.t roservod ooatf, 50s.
I Week-TIIU MERRY WAR.
Loto Lincoln Hall, oth and D sts. n. w.
UNION SQUARE COMPANY
WON AT LAST,
....o,..T1 0re,1, 1(ew VorkBitccoss.
ADMISSION 10nail20 0onto
Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m.
During this oDgngomout thcro will bo but
tbreo Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
rriiKAiiti: com nun:. ""
rirn arpearanco lit thfo city of
THE AROENTINE BEAUTIES.
Twenty-soven in tumbor, who will ploaso
thocyonnd nmko raolody for tho oar. Evory
evening nt 8i30. Matlnoco Tttonday, Thttrs.
day aud Saturday. Admission, 10, 20 and 30
"i iair. niVHKUSf .
XJ Pennsylvania Avonuo, near llth st.
Another Extraordinary Attraction. Monday.
J'uctday and Wednesday, Sterling's aroat
Drnmatlo Company, with tholr Wondorlul
perfoimltfgdogs, in tho beautiful pathetic
pluy ot UNCLE TOM'S OAUIN, plao.'d on
tho eteo lit spiondld sty lo.
Thursday, Friday nnd Bntutday, the groat
THE DAN1TES, WI I'll THM D033.
ADMISSION TO ALL ONLY 10 CENTS.
VUVK C'OMCKKT AND DANOU
Without Musicians or Musical Knowledge
cu .tu m,vu vuu puiuuusu OHO Ot
PROFESSOR M. a ALLY'S
Sco them, hear them and got music lists at
0. L. WILD It HUO.'S,
700 Sovonth st. n. w.
rpHE QUANT1C0 11IQU TEA
MOONLIGHT EXCURSION, WITH MU3I0,
JANE MOSELEY, MAY 20, 1881.
T-envlng tho whuitnt 4:30 and toturulUB at
10:30 sharp, in behalf ot tho
OAHTIELD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL,
Mrs, Senator Logan, Mrs. Oon. RIckottg,
Mrs. Senator Dlulr. Mrs. Oon. Lander,
Mrs. Senator Dolph, Mrs. Hourlotta 0. Mot
'Mrs. Senatoi Sabln, zerctt,
Mrs. senator Manuor- Mrs. Col. Rockwell,
eon, Mrs. D. D. Eaton,
Mrs. Judge nagner, Mrs. omugo Ferris,
Mtt. II. A. WHPird, Mrs. B. 0. Pomsroy,
MrB. MlraudaTullock,Mrs. A. J. Dontloy,
Miss E, D. Johnson, Mrs. Dr. Power,
Mrs. Lieut. Selfrldgo.
Tickets, ?1 1 Supper Ticket?, $1. To ho ob
tained of Uo Lady managers or of tho Direct
ors, nnd at tho prlnclpnl hotels, drug and book
-VTT. VUIlJiOH! HIT. VEBKOX !
SXEAMEB W. W. CORCORAN JaSrSS
Leaves Seventh-street wharf dally, except San
day, for Sit. Veri'ou at to o'cloclca. m,; retnrnlnc,
reaches Wuhlugton about S:30 p. m.
3U L. I1LAKK, Captain.
Cj-fA REWARD-LOST, SATUItDAY, tdl'il
SIX v Inst., on Pn. ave., near 21tli ht., hidy'
hunting-case gold watch and chain, with
incdnl, on which is engraved owner's mime.
Aboverewaid for tholr return to 321) C st. n.w.
REWARD WILL DE PAID FOR HE
turu of gentleman's gold watch anil
part of chain lost on nlabt of Mav 7. or sr.
will be given for pawn tlckot aud nn questions
asked. No higher reward will bo offurod, it.
II. Wade, 405 O st. p. w. inylH-31"
v MONEY TO LOAN.
TO LOAN-$200, $300, $100, $r00 ON
satisfactory security. A. LLOYD,
"Marshal Law Dulldlug 8,"
I imyO-tf 310 in. st. n.w.
I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON OOOD HEAL,
estate or collatnal security at lowest ratas
ot liiterest. Nndeldy whou security Is good.
0.0. OREEN, Room 1, Firemon's building,
cor. 7th and La. avo. apld-tC
n'TTANTED-A rAllTNElTwiTH J300 TO
VV go in a paying business for the sum
mer months. Apply nt 221 3d St. ii. w.
FOR SALE AfJD RENT.
TUOS. E. WAOOAMAN. t)ir F street.
(Changes tzade Wednesdays nnd Saturdays.)
Til REE-STORY MRIOK AND
HOUS& FOR SALlt.
11201(01 st n w; mod Imps, 13 rs,...- fliojl
710 8th 8t n v, mod Imp, 17 la 11, :
Kl bth st n w, mod Imps, 17 rs 11,'JS.J
"SUMhot n v, modlmpj, 17 ra 11. :a;
1013 ictli Et u w, mod lin, 10 rs n.wu
Ul7ileinw, mod Imps, lorn 1U,M)
7K 21st st u w, mod I in, 12 rs o.uuo
UIVN Y aven w, mod Im. 12 rs fl.onu
t,l) litst ii w, mod Im, 13 is 8,500
tliu 1st bt n w, mod Imps, 10 ti , , 7,0-U
TWO-STORY IIRIOK AND ITtAMK HOUSES
1C2I 1st ht n w, mod Imna1 3 rr. , , 01)
muetrecsst, mcdlnips, 7rs -.'J'll
iMX imuudnry st n w, Ii li, mud Im, ii rs 2.00
I2!i) llhhstnw. b h Srs 2,100
lin; Hli st u w, mod imps, Or a- 2.H7
17)3 mid 17J5 ill li Bt n w, lili, mod lm, 8 rs. -J.IOO
817 -till fit n w, t h, mod lin, (J rs 2.001
VC2I JlnmiJi.ry at u w. f h, 5 rs -.0)0
JISO llth bt n w, t h, o is l.'JUd
2008 Until W, 111, Irs 1..VW
UNIMPR0VEI1 PKOPEUXY FOR HALK.
No ror'Jthand O u w 1.1-53
Pn li vi,, hetSMti stiuiil Rock Creclc li w 2,UC0
Car 4th and 11 aud N .1 ave 1.70O
Ohio nve, bet 13)5 and llth siu,w uuo s Jt
ra live, iieit,iu hi uuu uucit wreeK u v , ,uu
Pa nvc, bit siith st and Rock Creek n w coo
S eror 15lh and 0 n w Al.'
2d bt, bet V aud (1 to n w 1 no
16th bt, hit 1. and M sis I.n-i
1 st, hctlbtmulN Javuu w l.uo
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oon M st ii w, mod imps, 12 rs..... ,.
mil .ihi n w, laofi imps, m m ..
1220 inih et n w. mod limit, in rs
1017 M st h w, i oi9 J iiio S, mod lm, 10 fcJ on
14.il -'il si n , Mil ana u si, rs no ")
12120th mn w, inodlm, ihms May dl.sro M no
013llihbtn w, modlui.6 lu. ......, n 23
i:;in T bt ii w, mod Uu, 7 ra 3D no
ICO a st n w, 11 rs ,. M (X
711 19th st n w, 2 rs, mod In, 23 on
UO 12th st n w. mod Imp, 0 rs 21 on
1J15 D st n w. mod Imp, 8 rs 21 no
420 P et n w, mod hupi, 6 ra 2U 00
13 7lli st n w, s rs 20 0 1
11-27 12th st n w. mod lm, o rs 20 oo
1120 K Cap bt n w, hit i.tli and lotli st, isra li W
l.OTVetuw. modtm, ilrs is no
:n22 nth bt u w, mud lm, a is is on
(15 I; nt, 6 rs , 11 ihi
llWHliM ii w,niodlm,8 rs 11 0
In nini to suit at a per cent.
Thu above Is only a small portion ot property
on Miy books. For full Hit call at olUco for bulle
tins Issued on 1 at and l.lth.
WOOD AND COAL.
WHARVES AND RAILROAD YARD
I2tn aud Wator Sts. 8. W,
DRANOII YARDS AND OFFICES.
(ConncctoU by Telephone.)
1UOQ F streot northwest,
lfil5Boventli street northwest.
17.10 Pennsylvania avo. northwest.
J 12 Nluih Btroct northwest.
Corner 3d aud K etroots northwest.
11170 ft 221 Pennsylvania avo. southwest.
W. H. HA.RROVBR,
U13 HEVENTH STREET N0RTIIWE9T,
STOVES, RANGES and HEATERS,
STOVE cud FURNACE REPAIRS. r '
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