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THE WASHINGTON OBT.TIO, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 2G, 1885.
rullUhcil Daily, Sunday EtecpM,
plio Evening Critic Publishing Company,
5UAUV.T KILIIOUKN, President,
XV. SCOTT TOWI5HS, Treasurer,
Jt. Jf. SYIVlSTKll, Jhllliir.
nlke, No. Oil 1) Street, 1'ost liulldlntf,
The Cnino Telephone Call is 1 1 1-2.
Mngle Copy 'I Cents
lly Carrier Ill Cent
Jly Mull, postAgo paid, one year l.so
Jly Mall, postngo paid, six months 'J. TO
-1d II lutiicrfifioiu OirnrliiKy hi ndrancc.
THE WASHINGTON CRITIC,
WARIIINriTOM, D. C,
Tuesday, May 26, 1SS5.
jH It. EDMUNDS IN MICK.
'.Hie telegraph announces this ninnilng,
with ilcllglitfttl Iiulcllnltoness, Hint ".Sen
ator Edmunds bus hecn unexpectedly
railed to testify on points in American lnv
before the Dritish House of Lords." There
is such a cheerful hick of details nhotit
this inforinntlon that wo are constrained
to bellevo the Associated I'rois has
".cooped" the Vermont Senator.
Jt is immaterial, of course, who "called"
Senator Kdmuuds. It seems sttlllclont to
know that ho has been "unexpectedly
railed," and the American public will nt
once appreciate the dangers that now sur
round the jack-pot. If the amiable .Sena
tor hns been binding his Kngllsh cousins
nil this time, and if instead of holding a
full legal hand ho has simply been warm
ing n pair of small trays, there will lie
much trouble on tho old gentleman's
Jlut we nre glad the Senator has de
cided to givo the llritish House of Lords
a few points on American law, although
there arc grave doubts whether the Lords
will understand tho combination when
they get It. Legal book-making in this
country is so abstruse that an Kngllshman
would tlnd it safer to shut his eyes and
take the Held against tho favorite every
lime. Americans themselves have settled
down to this rule, becauso they have
learned that the favorite rarely wins.
And when Senator Kdmunds gets
warmed up to his "tips," wo hope bo will
not neglect to explain how it is that when
one Is "unexpectedly called" he proceeds
to "show down" without explanation. It
would bo interesting to knqw about these
.things, but of course Senator Edmunds is
entitled to maintain silence at any cost,
llutlf it should transpire that the "unex
pected call" is nfercly a ruse to entrap our
"venerable Senator into tho premiership of
England, thero will be a war of great mag
nitude. The treaty stipulations of 18o2 do
not provide for "unexpected calls," and
the House of Lords is likely to ho ruled
out on a foul. They are not acquainted
with the insidious jackpot of American
law and American politics, and if exceed
ing great care is not exercised they may
Jind themselves holding the business end
of a wasp.
HAD MEXICAN MANNIHtS.
The vigorous foreign policy wliiuli Scc
Tctnry Uiiynrd has already given the coun
try to understand will characterize tho
present Administration has now. an op
. portunity to immortalize itself by dealing
Jenrlcssly with the semi-barbaric con
dition of society in Mexico, as shown in
the inhuman treatment of American citi
zens. In a few days thero will arrive in Wash
ingt on a railroad engineer who hns just
escaped from prison at San Juan,, del Kio,
where he was incarcerated and cruelly
maltreated for eleven months without
trial for the "crime" of unavoidably run- ,
iiing his engine over n Mexican who was
toojazy to get oil tho track. Ira Jenkins
expects to givo tho State Department sonic
valuable information about the adminis
tration of "justice" toward American citi
zens in tho Mexican country, audit is
'hoped that Secretary Uayard will give
tho engineer an earnest hearing.
if tills were tho first or tho fiftieth cae or
uncivilized treatment of Americans by
Mexico, there might not bo .such great
publle interest In the matter, but unfortu
nately there have been many similar in
stances, more than have ever found their
way into print, and far many moro than
have ever been called to tho attention of
the Government. Thero is n bad spirit
nbrond among some of our Mexican neigh
bors which needs taming. Even such n
man as General Itomero panders to it in
true demagogue fashion, in the public
declaration lie onco made that in the
event of war with this country ho could
march 15,000 of his knock kneed, pigeon-
toed soldiery from tho Itlo Grande into
Washington unmolested, when all the
world knows that Itoinero's soldiers
' 'would be playing in big luck if '.hey wore
not slaughtered by n company of Texas
rangers on the plains of Nuevo Laredo,
When such a man as Garcia, tiic hand
some Castillan Governor of Monterey, as
serts that "the best way for American to
get justice in Mexico is to stay out of a
country where they aro not wanted," it is
time for tliis Government to protect its
l'orllrio Diaz represents the small but
growing minority of educated, patriotic
Mexicans who comprehend the full mean
ing of the reciprocal relations which ought
to exist between tho United States and
Mexico, yet President Diaz is nearly as
liolpless as tho American engineer who
accidentally runs his engine over a Greaser
who is too lazy to get oil' the track.
International comity with Moxlco will
receive n boom Jf Secretary ll.iyanbcan
lind somo vigorous and clllcaoloin means
of dealing with tho alcaldes of tho interior
who hnventuch to unlearn before they
can be expected to learn anything,
an iN.nuci:i) JIAN.
The admirers of Mr. Sullivan will be
glad to learn that he is about to bo vin
dicated. Mr. Sullivan's wife, it will h)
remembered, hnd sued him for divoreo on
tho awful ground of drunkenness. Tho
people, however, have been unwilling to
bellevo that such a good, pure, groat man
ns Sullivan could bo guilty of such con
duct. Thero hns ever been a gravo (sus
picion that his wife was Jealous of his re
nown, and desirous of appropriating more
to herself tho precious tinio of one who be
longed pre-eminently to tho world nnd to
humanity. Hut theso suspicions have
been carefully withheld lest nt nny tlmo
thero might be n domestic reconciliation,
involving summary punishment on nil
who dared to suspect.
Information conies to-day, however,
which places nil further doubts nt rest.
Mr. Sulllvnn hns tiled n cross bill, setting
forth Hint ho has been the victim of
cruelly at tho hands of his remorseless
wife. True, Mrs, Sulllvnn Is only about
three nnd one-half feet high nnd weighs
about 0 pounds, but it is vviilsiU Unit, on
necounlofher ignorance of rules govern
ing the manly nrt, sho has not hesitated to
strike below the belt, and everybody
knows that mi grent a man as Sulllvnn
would not condescend to a tussling match
lindereateh-ns-entch-CHii rules. No wonder
the grent ninn plunged Into drink,
Hemmed in the circle without referee,
(miner or Judge, punnnelcd about by n
midget of n woman who know nothing of
rules, It is not surprising tlmt he plunged
his head In tho (lowing bowl to drown his
lnorfillcatlon nnd disgrace, lie should
have gone oil somewhere nnd died a
1-OICKION POSTAL UlU'OHM. '
it has long been the custom of tho State
Deportment to frank Us bag of foreign
mail to Liverpool, and there have the
Tnlted States Consul to receive nnd open
the bag, stamp all its letters nnd docu
ments with the Kngllsh stamps, nnd re
mail ns directed. Nobody seems able to
give nny particular reason why tills cir
cumlocution should bo Indulged in, ex
cept that It is a cobwebby practice made
sacred by nge, and is "quite English, you
Tho rostolllcc Department has requested
the State Department to prepay its foreign
innil matter here, so that the amount may
go to (he credit of the l'oslolllco Depart
ment. The Consul at Liverpool pays out
the same amount on this mall ns would be
required in Washington, but under tho
present arrangement the llrlllsh Govern
ment Is made the recipient of postngo that
might ns well be paid the Government of
Uitrit'iMioi.mxo seems to have a fatnl ef
fect on homo people. A postmaster in
Pennsylvania and anotherln Illinois have
recently committed suicide, ami n colored
watchman at the Treasury lost his reason
Inst night. It is one orthc peculiarities
oftlns great country, however, that on
nnny or bravo men stand ready to 1111 up
Ah the first of a series of portraits and
sketches of prominent Washington cor
respondents, Tnr; Ciutic presents this
evening the genial and familiar features
of Major Don: l'erley Poore, the Dean of
(he Corps, It isa striking and Impressive
likeness from tho crown of the head to tho
lower sash of the bay-window.
Mis. 0. 1). Kutwr.M, tho Illinois cx-Con-gicssinan,
charges General Logan with
acting " tho hog nnd tho dog-in-the-lnangcr."
Judging by tho way Charley
mixes his metaphors, (lie Into Sonntorial
election must hnvc tjirown him con
siderably oil' his base.
AccoiiiHxo to one of the speeilleatlons
against Architect Clark the dome of the
Capitol is becoming rickety and unsafe,
Carry the news to the Goddess of Liberty.
She might want to come down.
Skxatoi! SinuDiAN innden little speech
at San Francisco yesterday which lias the
true bi-iuetallie ring. This is nid nnd com
fort for the silver men from n somewhat
An editor outin Cleveland, O., has been
tarred and feathered for having too much
news in his paper. Some' communities
nre hard to plense.
Tin: Potomac Jtivcr watur takes kindly
to analytical chemistry. The more it is
looked at the belter it looks.
"Tim Miuiuy Waii." Tho tlilrd week of the
season of summer operant Albnugh's Grand
Opero-Hofiso was Inaugurated last night by
tho presentation of Strauss' best opera, "The
Merry War," In a stylo nml with a finish
worthy of a midwinter production. In the
roloot Vlolttla Miss Mnry lJeobe made a most
piquant nnd charming countess, nnd sang the
numbers with such purity nnd nrtlstlo ability
as to nt onco capture her nmllcnco. Miss
Acnes Mono ns Elm was as pretty u maiden ns
ever tripped along the dykes of Holland, and
nut n man In the nudlenco Rut envied tho
Mai quit when tho stage-business called him to
klssher 11 half score of times, Tho rapid hn
pinvcineiitmndo by this little lady upon tho
lyrlo stage indicates that she Is destined to tie
coino a "star" of tho ilrst lnaunitudu. As the
J'rinctin Jllss Itosa Cooko was n supremo sue
cefs, nnd both In her sliuthu; ami In the
iniineuveiiiitt of her band of Amazons won tho
licnitlcxt uppluus-o. Mr. Ho l.aiijro was ns ef
fective ns over, nml ns tho Muiyula completely
surprised the nudlenco by his ndmlrahlo renin
tlouof tho waltz wiik Bolo "Under the Croon
wood." As 11 ecnernl thlni; n full-llodu'ed
c median Is not supposed to hold his own us n
voenlUt, but Jlr. lie I.ainre Is an exception to
this rule. Tho event of thoovcnlnir, however,
wns the Interpolated soup, "A Sentinel urn I,
which was sunu by Mr. II. M. Imiino In tho
third net with n power nnd fluUli that led to a
most decided recall. It Is to bo hoped that tlil-4
eentli'innu will bo moro complnlsanUfor tho
itmnliuler of the week, lor when u Washing
ton nudlenco becomes 119 demonitrntlvo on 11
llrst nlnht us they were over his mjIo they
should bo itratllled with an encore. "Tho
Merry War" will run throucli tho week with
midline swtnduy, and Isns 'handsomely cos
tumed mid mounted as lias always been the
rule ut Allmuch's.
I'oiin's OrEUA-lIorsn. Ford's Opcrn-IIonso
wns crowded Inst night. Coup's IJnucs-C'urrle-iilnin
or Ilorsosjchool, under the direction of
1'rofes-or llrlstoe, took In ut 8 o'clock nnd let
out about 11:110, It wns a wonderful ahow.
The hoifes aro trained better than any ever
seen In this city. Professor llrlstoo lnstnlglit
made them do nbmit everything. Tho solemn
looking llttlo mule, Henver. is tho most not of
nil tho pupils In a very brilliant school. Thero
will ho ciowded housesut Fori) 'sail this week,
TukiiiK 111)11 nt irirt A Void.
Major Peters, Kepubllean member of tho Illi
nois Legislature from Iroipiols County, when
ns-ured of Logan's election, telegraphed tho
uo jroin ppnimuem;
"Logan Is elected, Paint my old homo red,"
The boys took him nt his word, nnd, showing
the ir.essnco to Mrs, Voters, gained her coment,
nnd forthwith the entire malo population
turned out, nnd, procuring tho brightest red
rnlnt Imaginable painted the house, hanunud
oulhnmcs scarlet, roof, ehbnnoy, and all, not
srniliig even tho fences mid tree trunks.
I'll 11 ntr a l.ong-l'elt Wont.
Tho vroftssilonnl ninusorhns become un Insti
tution of New York society. At dinners, club
bmuttii'tH and parties In continual demand,
nnd a popular artist In this lino Is periKuully
on the CO. Tho si mild half hour niter tlici
1 c ffi 0 Is tervi d, which usually falls on a party
I of diners, nnd which was formerly Idled with
tedious or tiresome speeches, Is now ndinlrahly
' utlltzid hv tho nrofesslonal amtuer. Ho goes
III as ene ef tko guests, dines, Is professionally
Jolly for an hour uftcr dinner, pockets a feu of
SCO and dl-appc.irs. IJo-ton Journal.
Mr. Olndstono's Wife.
Mr. Gladstone Is necit'otl of being lolly and
jaunty of late, but It Is not nlwnys mentioned
that in all festival occasions, whether nt an
artist Ineakfnit or a tlwatro party, Mm. (llii'l
ftcno Is always at his side, as was the ease
with Mrs. Disraeli and her lord. Though not
liRDdsnine, she has n lino, kindly, L'ugllsli
irntron j reenie, nnd has exercbed great In
fluence over him nil through his life. "Lot mo
nuk t'Htharlno" wns a constant saving of hM
lefiro deciding on Important jmlltloal ques
tions. M10 has grent sagacity nnd discretion.
Kuffulu Advertiser. .
A NoUy I.lttlo Angel.
Mrs. r-antlon's married Muter name to ; '
licr and brought her little Imby with her. Th ;
young 0110 was very nnUy, nml Mr. Cantloi
said something hasty to his wlfo about It.
"Why, Mr. tiiutlim!" she exclaimed, "that
'hlld Is n perff-et little anitel.". "Woll.lt miv
1-0 one fur all I know," retorted Caution. 'I
ain't munli pouted about angels mvnelf, but I
makes too much nuho cuttln' Its wlns."
Mr. l.iiiiuir'H llorjc,
The horse which Mr. Lamar Is riding was Hi"
property of Wnde Hampton. It Is not tho o-m.
Iiowevir, whteh klokeil the Koutli CiimIIii 1
Senator nnd neceKnitntcib the ntnpututlon of
bis kg. That wns a mule. Lamar's hor.elsu
handsome, large-bouod, well-built nnlmal. Tim
story Hint the Beeretury selcoted a i,Tny suddle
blanket In preference to a blue one Is, of
cour'.e, n campaign llo.IN. y Trlbuuo,
PEOPLE IN GENERAL.
Miis. Lr.w AVau.aci: cnlcrlnlned thu
Indianapolis Art Association nt her homo
In Criiwforilsvlllc, Intl., InstSnturdny, the
principal object of attraction, next to tho
hoMoss, being the painting of a young
Turkish princess bv a German artist which
wns presented to General Wallace by tho
SAit.Mt 1). Coormi, n cousin of Colonel
Ingersoll, Is one of the leading writers for
religious Journals on tho 1'ucillo Coast.
Gam.a.nt llAiutY Wattukso.v of Ken
tucky Is apparently getting ready to Hop
over on tho Administration side of tho
fence. This is ns It should be, and it takes
ndillllonnl Interest from tho fuel that when
a Kentucklnn does Hop ho Hops nil over.
Tin: tat.i- oitAsiTn.slinl't erected In
Greenwood Cemetery by the New York
Police Department, In memory of tho Into
Commissioner Sidney I'. Nichols, wns un
veiled yesterday nrternoon. One hundred
nnd eighty-three uniformed patrolmen at
tended tho ceremonies.
AnoM-H StiTito, of tunnel fame, Is now
living in San l-'mneNco, where he was
joined last week by his dnttghter, .Miss
l!oe, who hns been living in Kuropo for
three years past.
Sr.NAToit and Mns. John ', Mtu.r.n or
California and Miss Dora Miller, who are
at their summer homo nt Napa Springs,
Intend lenving there this week for an ex
tended trip through Oregon and Washing
Tin: iiAcmiTiirt of a Into high ltepubllcan
official when asked if she was going to
leave Washington snld: "0 yes; you
knaw this will bo no plnco for us neow,
since these uncouth, long-haired, bearish
Democrats nre coming Into thothlcty."
M.uonlluiiKi:. the ox-l)irector-Goncrnl
of tho New Orleans Kxposlllon, is very
grateful to his friends for their good
opinions, but seems to bo in ho special
need of their sympathies. Ho has three
dollars to pay for every dollar that ho
owes, nn interest in a good paying nows
paper and a constitution that is bravely
getting the better of Its late wear and tear.
Gi:.ni;i!Aj, W. If. Jackson, brother of
Senator Jackson of Tennessee and owner
of the llelleMead stock farm, has become
religious and says tho best light ho ever
received on the subject was by reading
"(irecnleaf on Kviilonce."
Don't forget to tell your mother of
SKLDY'S commodious facilities for pleas
ing every one.
I'or this week only goods that have formerly
sold for S'J, now S1.7S; Sl.&O, nowSl.'ioj SI,
Tho nbovo aro leather, and when wo say
leather wir mean It.
Take advantage of this week's bargains and
coino strnlght to
J. W. SEIiBY'S,
1011 AND ni5 VENNA. AVE.
COR. TENTH AND F STS.
WE'VE GOT 'EI.
Middlesex Blue Flannel Suits
For Men and Youths at $10.
Jiluo Flannel sjnlts, fast color, nt 37.00;
wot th Si".
Fine Yacht Cloth Suits nt S12; worth $18.
A set of o, A. It. lluttons given with every
. A full lino of Business Suits nt Sfl.r.O, S7.B0,
$8,715, Sio.50 nnd SV.2; worth fully as much us'
goods sold cleowhcro ut TA) per cent, higher.
Tho celebrated Siinonl C'nsslmero Suits at
Sir,; worth S'".,o0,
1-button Cutaway Suits from S10 to S-5.
Jlett. line for the least money In tho city.
1'lno I'rluco Albert Suits at S13; worth fully
I'Ino Sorgo Suits nt ST-!; worth $20.
Full lino of Seersucker Conts nnd Vests at
S2.no und upward,
A largo assortment of Alpaca and Ilrap d'Eto
Coats, Vests, Odd Pants, etc, at lower prices
than ever before.
l'OK 1SOYS 1 TO J!i,
A beautiful lino of Suits fronv$2 to $10, Jlust
bo seen to bo npprcclntcd.
J'OK HOYS 13 TO 18,
A complete lino of Suits from SI to S10,
A ball and bat given with each suit at
TIE IISEIT STORE,
dor. Tenth and P Sts.
Z2"M unscrupulous parties Imitated our
sinus und name, bu careful and come to the
Corner of 10th und 1' bts.
BUH1NEB3 UDUOATIOU for younts nnd mid
dlo nged men and women. Spring and
summer seaslons of the Sponcerlan Uuslness
College, corner Ninth nnd 1) sts. n.w, Ilnpld
writing, boolskeoplDg, rapid calculations, Iiug.
llsti language, stenography, type-writing, etc,
thoroughly taught. Tuition: Vour from date
of entrouce, day or night, $60; tbreo months,
day, $20; night, $M: ono month, day, V7t
nlgbt, ?5. llapld writing only Vi lessons ill.
Call oreend for circulars.
lltNUY 0. HI'F-NOEIt, Principal,
BAIU A. 81'EN0EH,Vlce-rrlnclpal.
Nonwooi) issTiTori:, 1212 and 1211
14tbet near l'lth-st. Circle. Select Ilonrdt
lug tictiool for young ladlee. Besalon '85-'S0
opens Septombor 30, 1885. Early application
nrcefsary, as number of boarders will bo
Can Da Tinneht
I P A I nJ'l'V! cbennemtthePiint
' I H I I ll llprmrlmnntri, .Inn.
IlnllillDK HtiPlilll'S, Nob. DOS, tilO, 013 and Oil O
strcit.thieoiloors wutof tlio l'ntent Olllce. tin
mediately adjoining Nallonnl llllk-a' Armory,
thnnotiuiy other eotabllsbment In the city, II
youlbtobuy even tho smallest iiuantuy ol
white lead, oils, vurnlah colors, dry ot la oil, etc.,
tend your address on a postal card and a printed
prlc.lbt ot every article sold In this department
will be sent to. you by return mall, reaching you
In a lew hours' time by letter-carrier. This price
list gives the price ol balf-plnt, pint, quart, half
gallun, gallon, and five Kalians of each kind ot
oil, turpentine, dryer, varnish and other llnutds
sold b measure! also, price per quarter-pound,
half-pound, pound, live, ten, tnenty.llyo anil
110 pounds ol each article sold by weight; also, Hat
and prices of miscellaneous articles, The prices
are traded according to the quantity bought,
I,rgu buyers eel very lowest prices! small buy
ers pay a slightly higher rate. My prices are
Hxed, All buyers buying the same quantity pay
the tenie price. The Inexperienced buyer gets
the same price as the oldest painter If tin buys the
At er examining my nrlce-llstseud your orders
by lnimencer, telephone or by uialhand they will
n mint promptly mid the l.lll.iu per price-list,
collected on delivery, Uoods delivered to all
purls of the clly.
The other, departments of my business have
grn n to satlslaciory proportions I now give my
ipiclalatteHlnn to tin1 i'alnt Jlepartnieut, and
expect, bv huvlug 11 full supuly of Urstelsss
goeds, irllltg them at low prres nnd making
prompt deliver!!, to secure a liberal stiure ol
thu publlo patronage ,
Oealt-rln Uttlldlng Hiippllrs,
tins 10, m and nil U street.
feS&i.W:, TUB UNDKUHIONKI) HAKM
W2 nnd Hankers of WnOilngton city,
hereby aince to eloo our rcspectlvo tilaces of
bulness (ns far ns prnctleiiblouin SATUItOAY,
thu colli hint, t irt'comtlim Day). Persons hav
Inc paper duo that date uro requested to attend
to the sumo the iluy previous!, , .....
Thos. i;. l'enrxnll, Caihlcr L'ltlr.cns' National
Hank of Wiiohlngton City.
lli'iij. ', Snyder, l'icddcnt Nallounl Savings
(!ro. II. II. White. Cashier National Metro
llntcmntt& Co., by John K. Deal), Cashier.
Towers a (Irccn.
Corson & Jlneartncy.
ratio, i'arris ,vco,
Lewis -lohnson and Co.
.Chits, s. Ilrndlcy, Caihicr National Hank of
tlioltepubllc, 1). ('.
J, A. Huff, Cnshlrr Central National Hank,
(.'. A, .latncs, Cashier Hank of WnMilncton,
II. C. Nwiiln, ('ashler Second National Hank.
Win. Jlnpo .t Co.
Hell A; Co.
W, I.iilrd, Jr., ('aililcr Farmers' & Mechanics'
Nallounl Hunk, Ocorgctown. 1). C. inyj(IA,'JI8
VJrtSSiH. It. STINII.METZ .t SON,
WSU i;:i7 j'eniin. nvc,
"YOU.MAN'S" N, Y. HATS,
D1IKSS CASSIJIKlti: AND DKIlllY HATS,
MACKINAW AN1 OTIIKUSTltAW HATS.
Hoys' nnd Children's Straw Hats,
J.arco stock of lino Silk Umbrella for Ladles
g3ff"Furs received on storage. uiy2(l-tf
V?tS5Sa.MU,Kt MILK 1 1 MlI.KIIi-STOIlKS,
W31 Hestntirnnts, HonrilliiKdloit'ei, Finn
lllcs and others supplied with sweet milk, lfio.
ncr gallon! fresh milk, IHo. per gallon! delivered
twice dully, Call or addreisOllve Dairy, Mass.
nve. nnd (Ith st. it. w. tny2.i-2t
ThiPs. CKUTAIN CHOLUItA CUItll
: Cures Cholera, Cholera Morbus,
Cholera Infantum, Cramps In Stomaoh nnd
Dlnrrlura. It never falls when used as directed.
Always kecplt Inyoitr hoitc;cnrry It wherever
you go. Tho prleo Is within reach of nil, and
you won't hnvo tiitnkonilo7.cn bottles beforo
relief; it nets like inuulc. Dlarrlio'a Is the
first stngc of cholera, stop that and you pre
vent cholera. Certain Cholera euro never falls
to stop It. All 'druggists keep It. A. llrnwn,
proprietor, Hox ilTil, Washington, I). C.
CO Ol'EHATIVE 11UILD1NO ASSO'JIATION.
Assets S 180,0(1(1.07.
Tho first payment on tho Ninth Issue enn bo
madouttho office or the Secretary dally from
SitlOn. in. tO'lilllln. in.
MONTHLY PAYMENTS AltEM.rSOl'MtSimjU
rnmpliletsexplnliibiKtlio object and advan
tages of the Association furnished upon appli
cation. THOMAS SOMflllVILLi:. President.
JNO. JOY KIlftON, Secretary, 017 F sl 2.1 llr.
VfjgpOIA'MONT EXCUltSION GUOUNDS.
Contracts for Excursions now In order. Cot
tages nnd single rooms for rent. V. Fnnu.Ni),
Caterer. Spcclnl rates to Sunday-schools.
L. It. THKM1H.V. .",27 7tll st.
1728rennn. Ave. N.W.
ItESTAUItANT A LA CA11TH.
Summer board Hy tho week, Si by the
month, S22. myl-ilm
Vp&VntOINlA HEACH HOTEL
Ol'EN FOlt GUESTS MAY 15, 18S3.
Situated 011 tho Atlantto Coast, (1 miles south
of Capo Henry; 18 miles from Nor
folk by Itnllrond.
Hcneb for bathing unexcelled, and no under
tow. Free from mosquitoes. Tho House Is
llrst-clnss In nil Its appointments. Telegraph,
tclephono nnd prompt mall facilities. Good
fishing and boating. For terms, which nro rea
sonable, apply to
J. 1'. HOUI1ACH & CO.,
Virginia Heach Hotel, Vn.
For further Information nnd circulars apply
to J. W. HOTELKIt Ss SON,
l)2tl l'a. avo. n. w.. Washington. I). 0.
yjfCSa.THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
kiW24 stockholders ot tho Evening Critic
Publishing Company for the purpose of elect
ing trustees for tho ensuing year and tho trans
notion of such other business us may ho pre
sented will bo held nt tho Crltlo olllce. Oil D
st. Wu-hlngton, 1). C, on MONDAY, Juno 8,
18W, between tho hours of II o'clock a. in.
nnd 12 m. of said day.
VfrfSWANTEO-THE LADIES OF WASH
IVoio lugton so know that
MISS CAVANAUGH, Diikssjiakkh,
Formerly of -101 Pa, avo. n. w has not left
Washington, hut Is located as
400 NINTH STItEET NORTHWEST,
Itllcy Ilullding. np27-lm
liltST-CLASS TA11LE HOAHl) AT tOOn M
X: st,; terms reasounblo; catering to order.
GUOI) COUNTUY IJOAKD; PLENTY MILK
t and Ice; healthy location! highest eleva
tion In tho county; puro mountain nlr nnd
witter; good shade; convenient to railroad!
references exchanged. Address O. (!. U
Conuis, Montgomery Co., Md. my22llt
CIAI'K MAY-HOA1ID1NO-MILLEU COT-
tnge, d Perry St., Capo May, N. ,1. Estab
lished house: hoirrcllko nnd plcasiint; near
leading hotels nnd bathing grounds; reasou
nblo rates. Apply, as above, to Mrs'. T. It.
FEW MOHE SELECT HOAItDEltS TAKEN
at beautiful country residenco closo to
city; carrlngo to city morning and evening.
Address Highland. Crltlo offlco. my20-!lt
THE LA PIEItKE, H. W. COItNEK OF TENTH
and E streets, and tho Loculol, 512 Ninth
st. n.w., wltli pleasant rooms and good board,
nro recommended to permanent and translont
BED TICKET DAI.
Red Ticket Day :--Friday.
n n aa
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II U A
A U U SI JIJI SI
A UUU SI M Jt
WHENEVEH TIIIS HEADING A"-
PEAnS IN OUa.ADVEimBEM.ENT,
DEAR IN MIND THAT ON THAT DAY
SOUEOFTHE MOST PHENOMENAL
DAROAINS EVEHOPFSUED BY ANY
ON IN ANY CITY WILL DC OF-
V E DOTHIS NOTTO CATCH TRADE
THROUGH ANY liuMDUG, WE SIM
PLY CLAIM WE BELL GOODS AS
CnEAP AB ANY HOUSE IN THE
COUNTRY, AND OUR STRICT RULE
IB, NOTTO BE UNDERSOLD BY ANY
ONE. WE HAYE ONE PRICE
STRICTLY, DO A CASH BUSINESS
OyLY TnEREFoTui WE ARE PRE
PARED 10 MEET ALL COMPETI
, , 1. )
ItlJII TICKIll" O.VY,
WniCH WILL I1E0N FRIDAV'W
EACH WEEK. WE8HALL EXHIBIT
AT RIDICULOUSLY LOW TRICES
ALL aOODS,6U0H AS WE HAVE BUR
PLUS OF AND ARE SEASONABLE.
REMEMBER, ON FRIDAY IS
Otllt IIKI TKlHIll' DAY.
nmm a u
11 11 aa u
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HBD1I A A U
II II AAA II
II II A A U
USISI SIM"" SS58
11 m si si .m h a
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II SI SI SI SI KKRH
II SI MM M H
U SI SI SI SI R H
unnu A A UUU SI S1 M BS6B
Dealer la W"" Ppen, Window Uhadec, Plctari
Jframas, rlctnres, etc.
PIO 8KVJEHTII BTBKET WORTHWEflT,
Hy virtue of a decree of tho Supremo Court
of tho District of Columbia passed May 20,
1885, hi equity ciittro 11,1:1(1, 1 will sell nt pub
lic miction. In front of the premises, on PHI
HAY, Mny 20, 188.,, at d o'clock 11. in., tho fol
low lug described pi emlses nnd nil Ilio Interest
therein of tho parties to said cause, to wit!
Part of lot 8 In square 1(1(1, beginning ut a
point 011 the otttb Hun of said lot, 25 feet wost
wnrdly from the soul beast corner thereof, run
ning llienen westwnrdly with Pennsylvania
avenue 21 feet, thence northwardly 72 feet H
Inches ton publlo nlle.v, thenco enstwnrdly to
tlm northwest lino of It. W. llatos' Intnl. theneo
with snld Hates' west lino to tho plnco of be
ginning. Terms ot sale; One-third cash, of which SUV)
must bo paid when tho property Is struck on,
nnd tho bnlnneo In tbreo equal payments In
one, two nun inrcoycnrs respectively, witu 111
lerest! deferred imvments to ho soolll'nd ll
tcrcst; deferred lmymrnts to bo secured by
deed of trust on llio premises sold. All eoit-
veynnclng nnd recording to heal tho cnstiu the
LEWIS 1). PAHKEIt,
X1 for tho Forsyth Cnfo than most of our
hotels. How In tho world can you servo a
mcnl for 15 cents?" snld n prominent merchant.
Come and sco for yourself; 518 10th st. my'J.ltf
TIM JOHNSON, THE GREAT IIAHl CUTTER
tJ nnd shaver. Tho barber Is nt illOStbst,
Remember this Is tho original Jltn Johnson,
who wns stationed nt Coleman's barbershop
for n number of yenrs. Yours respectfully,
Prof. Jnincs II. Johnson. my 21-ilt
HAWING AND PAINTING-TIIfi DUST
and ehennest olaeo to lenrn flrnwhn. and
painting Is nt the Nntlonnl Academy of Vino
Arts, cor, 18th st, nnd N. Y.nvo.; nil conunene
Inc Immediately will bo received ut half-price!
children's Saturdny class $10 per year; classes
after -1 o'clock for tboso In tho Departments.
LOYD'8 ORIGINAL WASHINGTON 25UT.
Kxiacssi baggago checked nt residence;
furniture carefully removed. onico, 100;i F
st. n. w.j d81 Pa. nve. n. w. Tclephono No.
510-1, my20 (It
TIM JOHNSON, THE CHAMPION HARD
O bcnul shaver of the world, Is ntUH) 8tb st.
my2()-nt PROF. .IAS. II. JOHNSON.
rpuE vory beat
JL buslncia pen-
mane, hoiu uy
nil Bintloncrs. V
Bend 7 two-cont
Btnmraforsnmnloiloz.it Wnshtucton Phono-
grnphlcHeadiiimrtora. WaHhlngton, D. ('.
IJi H. 1'INLEY,
1 . . 120(1 Pa. avo. nnd 1205 D St.,
Tho only ngont for tho following bran Is ot
Tho Undo and families nuppHnd. mylHlIt
TYPE-WRITING DUPARTUENT; OALI
graph offlco! oxpiut operators; worn
called for nnd dellvor'il. Call by tolophouo,
Cnllgrnpn onice, 0!I!I V sr. myB-tt
110 D Street Northwost.
Hourg, 11 to 0.
JL. KERVAND, 1012 TENN. AVE,, EN-
graver. Plato nnu GO visiting cards, 80
cents; CO cards from snmo plate, 45 contst
100 cards printed from pinto, 75 cents.
MEDICINE FOR DOGS.
AH Diseases cured.
ool3 Cor. 4X et. and Md. aye, s, w.
LADIES "COMPOUND PILLS OF TANSY"
nre portectly sate and always etfoctuul.
Scaled particulars, 2c. Wilcox Spoclllo Sledt
clno Company, Philadelphia, Pa. tu-th-s
LADIES PENNYROYAL PILLS ("CHIOHEB
tcr's English"), tho only genuine, eafo,
certain and eftcctual. Sealed partlcttlarn, 4c.
Chichester Chemical Co,, 2313 Madison so...
Plillndelphln, Pn. y23-eod
PROPOSAL FOR CONSTRUCTING- SCHOOL'
Office or tub Knoinkkii CojiMisstoNCn,
M'asiiinoton, 1). C, Mny III, 1885.
Hy direction of tho Hoard of Commissioners,
sealcdtiroposals will bo received at thlsolllco
until 12 o'clock in., on Thursdny, Jlay 28,
18H5, for constructing school buildings nnd
stair halls on ench sldoof the Stevens Sehool
Ilullding, on Twenty-first street, between K
nnd L streets northwest.
lUnnlc forms of proposal and speeilleatlons,
together with nil necessary Information, can
bo obtained nt tho office of tho Inspector of
llulldlngs of 1). a, nnd bids upon thoso forms
alone will bo considered,
The right Is reserved to reject nny or nlfblds.
Major of Engineers U. S. A.,
my20 Ot Eng'r Commissioner 1), 0.
Advertisements of Tbreo Lines under tills head
Inserted three times for 23 cents.
T?011 RENT THREE COAIMUNIOATINO
Jt? rooms on second Hour; furnished or un
furnished: sultnble for light housekeeping.
Apply nt No. 20 Second st. n. u. iny2(l-3t
ITOH RENT-FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS
. Httltnblo for housekeeping; convenient to
three lines of enrsj no children; price, S15.
438 Muss. nve.
1?0R RENT NICELY-FUIINISHED HALL
? room In new house, with nil conveniences,
$0 per month; references! S07 11th st, n, w.
IjOlt RENT-FUlfNISIIEl) ROOMS ON 1st
? and 2d floors; from S5 up; herdlcs pass
thgdooy. Apply at 1810 G st. li. w. my'Jlltlt
ORRENT-3 OR d FURNISHED ROO.MS,
2d floor: also suitable for llirlit house
keeping! I) 12 Vn. avo. 8. w. For Information
call at 1 100 V11. nvo'. s. w. my2tl-3t
OR RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS
for J8, with ens. nnd ono larco unfur
nished room, ut 1323 11 st.: ulso, a kitchen,
OR RENT-ONE UNFURNISHED SEC-onil-Ktorv
front room, with bav window:
uso of closet nnd bath; six dollars per month;
H07 3d st. 11. w. my2'i-:it
OU'RENT-FURNISIIED HALL ROOM ON
second Iloor; uso or closet nml bath: llvo
dollars per month: 007 3d st. 11. w. my2.-:lt
OR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS AT 1801
G st. n. w. my25-:it
OR RENT 227 THIRD STREET NORTH
west, with honrd.lnn Northern famllv.
hreo rooms, en siilto'or single, my'J.l.'lt
TT'OR RENT-1225 N ST. N. W., HANDSOME
X1 ly furnished rooms for gentlemen, with
table board; summer rates. tny23-3t
I70RRENT-3K11I S'f., COR. Ith N. W 1
? lnrge, elegantly furnished corner room, 2d
Iloor; buth ndjolnlug; with or without board;
gentlemen preferred; table boarders aceom
inodntcd. , my22-3t
1j OR RENT-ONE OR TWO NICELY FUR
X1 ulslied rooms, with or without board, on
very rcntonablo terms, nt'1538 Oth st, n. w,
7011 RENT-TWO LARGE PARLORS, 1ST
floor: larni hav window: sultahlo for an
offlco of nny kind, or for gentleman nnd wlfo.
inonuoiiiii l'Jtn st. n. w. my -i-in'
I70H RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS;
II ..... ..n...,,i.,i,ni,w, a , u,i ir kt , ,,.
170R RENT-NEWLY-FURNISHEI) FRONT
S room; prlvuto family; terms inoderato. 727
(Ith st. n. w. iny.it) 3t
I7URNI8IIED ROOM, WITH BOARD, FOR
. lady nnd gentleman or two gentlemen;
Plrnsnut location nud references exchanged t
OIK New York rtvit. I), w. my2:l-0t
LOST AND FOUND.
T OStCa' iTliAf 'ELEl'; OPENLOtTp, TWIriT
J.J eil gold wire; valued ns u gift, The Under
will ho rewarded by returning to 123 1 st. 11,
w.. whero tho mnto can bo seen. mv25-3t
Qfi REWARD-LOST, SATURDAY, KITH
JlplU Inst., on Pn. nve., near 2 Ith st., lady's
huntlng-cnso gold watch and chain, with
medal, on which Is engraved owner's nnme,
Above rewnid for their return to 320 C st, n.w,
FOR ENGRAVED AND PRINTED
PBB33'S, 1G40 FST.
Ploto nnd 00 Cards, f2i 100 Printed Cards,
fl. Opposite Ehbltt Housp,
Buy Your Books and Stationery
oLjaHED jTCiiif tcfft-JJ
Advertisements ol Thrrn Lines under this head
Inserted ihrreilroes tor 23 cents.
AED-WHITE NIIRSE TO (10 TOTHE
country for tho summer; must bo com
petent nnd bring best references. Call at 1111)
J71bM.li. w, in-2(l-;it
WANTED-IMMEDIATELY; A , SEAM
stioss; competent, to cut nnd lit chil
dren's clothes. Address Children's Clothes,
crltlo ufileo. , my2.',-!lt
ANTED-TIIIIEE LADIES AND (IEN-
tlctncn willing to work, Address, for In-
tcrvlow. Industry, crltlo ofileii. my25!H,
A7ANTED-A 0001) HANI) AT DRESS.MAK
V lug; nl;o one or twu apprentices, ut2ll
II si, n.w. inyaiMlt
WANXKD-A COMPETENT COOK FROM
June 1, ut 2112 Massachusetts avenue.
As tliolioii'O will not bo occupied until that
dale, address l' Crltlo olllce. my2J-!lt
"IfTANTED-A SETTLED WHITE WOMAN
W for chambermaid! also u colored man
for porter. Apply nt o;l8 Pn, nVo. 11. W.
ANTED-A GOOD SECOND COOK. Ap
ply nt 8lti v st. n. w. my-ai-iHT
W ANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COOK AND
wnlter; ulso a good boy. Apply ut DOS
V st. I my2l-3t
W ANTED-A WRITE OIRL FOR OBNERAL
liouBoworlt: Gorman proforrod. Apply
ntlQ21 Vt.nvn. mylDOt
VU A MrTbM by KKN8INC1TON AUT CO.
WjlUMllVL funnlobolp ts do our light,
pleasant work nt tbolr homos. Sont by innll
promptly to nny address; nocnuv.isslnct easy
to learn, nnd nny one enn enrn from 57 to $10
per week. For full Information, a lilrcws Ken
hisotoN AUT RooJl.s, 10 1'oarl st Boston,
Mass,. Box 5078. mv-.endl2t
WAMTED HELP M ALE.
Advertisements of ThrcoLlnei tinder this head
Inserted threo limes lor 23 cents.
W ANTED-A GOOD, INTELLIGENT C()L
ored boy, about 15 years of ago, us 11
dining-room scrvnnt. nnd to mako himself
gcncrnlly useful. 817 12th st. 11. w. mv2H-Hi
WANTED - MAN AND HALF-GROWN
Ininlly on fruit farm inllu from llotin.
dnt7 street, opposlto Glenwood Cemetery; nlso
single bands. Inquire ut cemetery gato. ('
WANTED-AT ONCE, A FIRST-CLASS
white barber; 810 per week. Apply 1 Id!)
New York live. 11. w. my25J!t
W ANTED-A GOOD, HONEST ROY: ONE
willing to work; must bomtlck. Call at
131 7th st. s. w. tny23-3t
ANTED-A ROY TO DO TYPE COMPOS
Iiil' and run nresji! must understand
the business. Apply nt 1417 Oth st, 11. w.
irANTED-lMMEDIATELY, A DARKBEP-
YV er; must bo sober nnd single; nt P!r-
renrd's. 50(1 1 Ith st. n. w. mVJOilt
Advertisements of Three Lines under this bead
Inserted thiee times for i" cents.
WANTED-EMPLPY.MENT RY A YOUNG
widow with ono child; Is 11 good
nurse; fond of children; can keep house nnd do
plain sewing. Can give good references nnd
desires n good homo more than wages. Ad
dress A. W Crltlo onlce. myJjjJt
4NTED-A ' RESPECTAHLE 'OUNG
woman wishes a plnco as nurse; can givo
good references. Apply nt 12 13 20th st.
WANTED SITUATIONS MALE.
Advertisements ol Threo Lines under this head
Jmcrted threo times lor ii cents.
Hon us n cook In a public dining-room.
Apply nt 1107 N. J. nvc. 11. w. iny23-:it
WANTED-SITUATION BY A YOUNG COL
ored man to drive or bu useful In a
house or store; good references. Apply at 405
Raids' alley, bet. 5th, Q nnd Franklin sts. n. w.
WANTED-RY A YOUNG COLORED .MAN
11 situation where ho mny mako himself
generally useful, Driver, wnlter or willing to
gonwny. Apply 1732 17th st., n.w. mv23-3t
WANTED-RY AN HONEST COLORED
boy, 11 filtration ns boll boy or to wnlt on
tnl ilc. Addrcus Charles Richardson, Crltlo
W ANTED-A SITUATION, RY A STOUT
colored boy In prlvnto family or store.
Address F. If.. Crltlo olllco. mv20-3t
Advertisements of Tbreo Lines under this head
Inserted three times for 5 cents
WANTED-RICYCLE-A NEW DOUBLE
barrcbed breech-loading shotgun, with
belt, brass cartridges, etc., cost S 10, will ex
chnngo ns part payment for bicycle; 50-Inch
preferred. Address J. 1). M., Crltlo office.
CUT WANTED-A PURE WHITE TOM
) kitten; 0110 dollar for best offered; bring
to.02U Farragut Squuro at 5 )). in. mv25-3t
WANTEU-ONE LARGE UNFURNISHED
room by a couplo (light housekeeping);
prlco very inoderato. Address H. II., Crltlo
WANTED-TO SELL RIGHTS FOR THE
bct house-moving device ever Invented.
Address, for 5 duys, John M. Apfeld, patentee,
St. ( buries Hotel, city. my22-3t
WANTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT DR. TAY
lor, 034 F street, near Tenth, mates
beautiful sets ot nrtiuctui, teeth Ior$5; guar
anteed to give full satisfaction; extracting
with gas, chloroform or local unesthotlcs, 50
cents; without, 25 conts; tilling at very low
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Advertisements of Threo Lines under this head
Inserltd three limes for 3 cents.
IS 70R RENT-HOUSE Oil) 10T11 ST. N. W.,
13 rooms; lnrgo side yard; modern Im
provements; rent $75 per month. Apply to A.
A. Wilson, corner 7th st. and' Louisiana avo. n.
w. my 21-0t
I70R RENT-FOR SIX MONTHS, A NEWLY
. furnished house, la n. w. sec, at $03 per
month to satisfactory party. Address Box B,
Critic nfllee. mylll-llt
FOR SALE HOUSES.
OR SALE-WILL SELL AT A lJAitGAIN
or exelinnco thu now brick house No.
luiiK inn st. 11. w,; eontnins it rooms nnu imso
ment, bntb room, range, lutrobo, etc., nnd Is
nicely finished; cars uvery llvo minutes. A.
Lloyd, Mursliul Law building, 310 IHst. n, w.
T70R SALE-TWO HANDSOME NEW RE3I
X? deuces, I) rooms each, 1021 nud 1023 G st.
u, w.; the houses nro built In thu most sub
stnntuil milliner press bilck fronts, brown
stoito trimmings, two-story siiuaro bay win
dows, hardwood mantels, tiling, lire-places nnd
furnaces; plumbing llrst-clnss, For terms ap
ply to A. A, Wilson, Firemen's Insiiranco Com
pnny, coiner 7th st. nnd Louisiana avo. n. w.
Keys nt 2000 G St. n.w. my.it lit
FOR SALE LOTS.
I "tor SALE-R E AUTI FUL Sl'l I U ft I) AN LOTS,
' 25x1 00 feet, fronting llladcnshitrg Turn
pike, Insight of street-cars, Slltio; Slot) cash,
bnlnneo $5 per month. Neat 5-room cottnges
built nt lowest contract rates; S100 cash, bnl
nneo In 5 years, or monthly payments If pro
fcircd. . THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
arO-tf IKll Est,. Rooms 5 and (I.
', " "" III II !! i
Advertisements of! hreo Lines under thlshed
Insertid three times Inr 25 cents.
17011 SALE-VAl'Olt STOVE; GOOD. S NEW;
X' bought ono yenr ugoi cheap! 0 K st, n. 0.
170RSALE-0R EXCHANGE FOR A CITY
X1 residence, a handsomu country scut (now
house, stntullni.' In a belt of nntlvo oaks nnd
cedars,) of 115 acres of oxeollent land, hi
prime order nnd well fenced! nil necessary out
buildings; plenty of fruit; good spring water;
wagons, harness, Implements, etc., complete.
Apply nt Room 15, Emmet Houso, after li p.
m where photogrnphlo views, may bo soen nud
17011 SALE-A LIGHT ROAUSTEIt 11UCIGY-
t hciij. C'nn bo secii ut 1117 0 st, n. w.
I70R SALlv-GENTLEMAN'S ROAD WAGON,
X1 llrcwster mnk'e, In falrcoudltlou; can bo
seen ut 212 U st. ii. w. beforo 2 o'clock,
17011 BALE-TUE C100D WILL AND FIX
Jl1 lures otn restaurant on Pa. ovo 142(1,
now doing n good buslnessi proprietor Intends
to cbanpo his business. mrlPOl
FOR EXCHANGE .
W ANTEDTO EXOIIANGE NEW STOVE'
for old ones nt Butler's Stove Eselmugo
corner Gtb and K sts, Smoky chlmnpys cured
or o pay. Stoves exchanged for grocorla
Ola stoves bought,
7oiti)',H. UOR89 PLAYisn sminiTr'..
Mntlnco Every Eny,
Acting Horses. Ponies and Mules.
E cry evening nt 8:15.
Next WCCk- (illtOFLE-GIROI.'l..
J)1MK MU,Si:U.M.j'n. avo., nenr lltb st.
n..'b, "iw'0,"' Spcclnlty Pcrforniniicu.
32. star Artists. 32 Great Performer.
Every nfternoon nnd Night This Week.
THE VIDOCy.S. NEEDHAM AND KELLY.
CARTER AND. ANDERSON. THE
NELSON. HOWARD SISTEIW.
CHARLES TURNER. RICHARD FOX.
Concluding with the Drnmn of tho
ADMISSION TO ALL ONLY' 10 CEN1M.
1 fHItZOG'S MUSKUAI. "
XJ Lnto Lincoln Hall, Oth and I) sts, n, w.
Week eoinmenclng Monday, May 2.",
THE UNION StJUARE COMPANY
Tj3srax.E T03vns oa.bijst.
New Scenery, RloodliotindsnndJubllco Singers
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Coolest nJaco In tho city.
. 1-anoy Hleyclo Riding by Mr. Rex Smith.
.,.w..v!!l."l.n,,,r'..tll0,,,Gl1 Sollo1 OleoChib.
At MASONIC TEMPLE, Tucsilny.Muy2ll, B
p.m., for tlio bencllt. of the Ladles' Aid So
ciety of Foundry M. E, Church.
Admission ,'j.-( els.
Stiawlicrrlcs nnd leo Crctnn extra.
MONDAY. MAY 25,"aND DURING WEEK.
-MARK GRAYSON'S DRAMA,
ALICE ARLINGTON In tho stellar rolo, and a
great sensiitlonul olio prior th tho Drama,
Matinees Tuesday Thursday nnd Decoration
Admission, 10, 20 and 30 cents.
On.m and 2 p.m.
Tickets, 50c. Children, 25o.
FIIBIS tJO0KItT'ANI) 1JANCK
Without Musicians or Musical KnowloJgo,
all can havo who purchase one of
PROFESSOR M. GALLY'd
Sco them, hear them and got music lists at
0. L. WILD& BttO.'S,
700 Boventh st, u. w.
PUE QUANT1C0 HIGH TEA
MOONLIGHT EXOUttBION, WITH MUdtC,
JANE MOSELEY, MAY 20, 1885.
leaving tho wharf nt 4:30 and roturnlns at
10:30 sharp, In bsbnlf ot tho
GARFIELD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL.
Mrs. Bonntor Lo?an, Mrs. Qeu. Rtckotts,
Mrs. Senator Bltlr. Mrs. Clou. Landor,
Mrs. Senator Dolph,' Mrs. Honriotta 0. Met
Mrs. Senotur Sable, zerott,
Mis. Senator MaLdcr- Mrs. (Jo I. Hockwoll,
son. Mrs. D, D. Eaton,
Mw. Judgo Hngnor, Mrs. Orange Ferris,
Mrs. II. A. Will ird, Mrs. 8. 0. l'omeroy,
Mrs, Miranda TuIloek,Mrs. A. J. Bentley,
Miss E, B, Johnson, Mrs Dr. Power,
Mrs. Lieut. Selfrldgo.
Tlckots, $1: Suppor Tickets, $1. To bo ob
tained ot tho Lady maungeis or ot tbo Direct
ors, and at tbo principal in tols, drug abd book
-TT. VEItNON I BIT. VEUNON I
BTEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Leaves Seventh-street wharf dully, except Sun
day, for Mr, Vernon nt II) o'clock a. m,; retnrnlne,
retches Wuhlngton hout 3: HO p. in.
I.. L. BLAKE, Csptsln,
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
170R RENT-SEWING MACHINES- 81 PER
: week or S3 per mouth: New American
No 7, New Domestic, New Singer, NowAuto
mntlo nud other standard machines, at Aucr
bueb's, 7th st. inyjl-Ot
I70R RENT-STORE AND DWELLING;
? lease given If desired. Apply at 52 II st.
n. e. mv2()-ilt
I70R RENT-LAltaE BASEMENT ROOM,
? dry and convenient; sultablo for storage
of merchandise. Inn,ulroat422 5thBt. n. w.
HONEY TO LOAN.
v -- -ifc . v . , Vk. v v i -w
TO LOAN-?200, $300, $100. $500 ON
satisfactory security. A. LLOYD," "
"Marshal Law Building 8,"
1 myO-tt 310 jy, st. n. w.
I DAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD RE II,
estato or collnt'tal security at lowest rates
ot Intoreet. Nodolny when socurlty Is good,
o.O. GREEN, Room 1, riroraon's building,
cor. 7lb and La. nve. np!4-tt ,s
A RARE OPPORTUNITY-S050 CASH WILL
buy nn Interest In a good-paying ready
money business. Tho monoy Is needed for .
eiilnt'Klng opcrntlons. Closest Investigation
courted. Forpiirtlculiirsnpplyto W. II. Jfuln '
it Co., real estate dealers, St. Charles Hotel.
WANTED A PARTNER WITH $300 TO
go In a paying business for the sum
mer months. Apply at 221 3d st. n, w.
FOR SALE AND jlENT.
0!AI. KSTATE tWI,I,KTlN
THOS. E. WAGOAMAN, 017 F street.
(Chkngcsicade Wcdncsdajs and Saturdavo.)
TIIREK-STORY 'BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR BALK.
1747 V tt u w, mod Im, 10 rs f O.SOO
417 K si n w, mod Im, 10 rs (1.600
812 1 st u ', mod Imps, 10 rs , f),.'lso
Sl-I I st u w, mod Imps, lu rs o.lio
K1 II st n w, mod Im, 15 rs O.UOO
Cor I uiutN C'np sts, raodlm.Urs, n w AoOO
2108 l'a nvon w, mnd lm,8rs - 6,000
433 Mass nve nnd liO I St. mod Imp, I rs fl.noo
4WI stnw.fli.4rs fi.OM)
'."Jl E st n v, f li, mod Im C.OUO
1'jos sth st n w, mud im, u rs s.sco
TWO&TOKY DRIOIC AND t'RAME MOUSES
Iffi 4f61ItbstB w.mod Imps, b h.O rs I5CC0
71 1 nnd 71(1 II st ne, mod Ira.b b.Srs nnoe
CIS let st b iv, 5 rs, nud a houses hi rear, 1 1 S.5C0
312 nnd HUM st sw. I h,4rs - l.COO
1731 to 17F2 1' st n w, fl rs each l.'.VO
m to 1711 K st n w. 1 li, 0 ra I,e00
,16 und 18 Brown's court, n w, water, 4 rs 1,M0
408 nnd 110 oth st s w, :i rs, f h, each 1,000
87, KM), 311 M st s w, b h, 4 rs 1,000
ISiSUt Bts e, fh.mod lmps,4rs l.lOO
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR HALB.
Per Foot. .
I st, bet ?2d nnd 21th sts Mo ,
Tsl, bet UUiuikI luth u w coo ,
Monroe et, bet lClh and 17th n w Cda '
let st. bet 1 unci K n w Wo
8th tt, bet T and U n w 970
26th st, bet K nnd I, n w ruo
Muss live, bet F and 21 Cup sts u w t0o
It st, bet ISth nnd lOlli sts n w tio
Kd st, between L nnd M stsn w .'Oc
N Capitol bt, bet K nnd L sts n w 0o
HOUSES FOR RENT.
416 sd nt n w, in rs im ou
i):il I si n w, PI rs ''- 10
2i.4 A Bt s e. io rs so oo
M U bt b e. li rs , a) o )
23 1) si b e. o rs .; im o)
110 Uth st e, mod Im, (I rs '-! 40
7ns 0 H n w, ll rs 00
1707, 17CJ and 1711 sth et n w, 0 rs 2.1 )
MSMth at n w,(l rs ;J (M
liCVaaves w,4 rs -
2islhst,htl nnd Ktu w tun 00
L st, bit U'lli und 2oib n w .". IM do
Juili and K nts n w. eacli 12.1 00
I st. boi2Mh nnd t!i n w lou ou
K et. bet -1st and 22d n w 100 M
2'.'(ist.beiFaiidll n w CO 01
I2ih et, bet W and lloundary ll w,u Ml 00
Kst,bii22il und2.ld n w, ,' :u)0)
Vrtuve 2100 r
II et, hit 4tli and Sth u w. 21 eo
In tnms to eult st 6 per cent.
The above la only a email portion ot property
on iy bonks, For full list call at otllce for bulls'
tins tunned on 1 et aug 1Mb.
I'jflk.33BL"52- OS BUO.,
422-24 Eighth fit,, botween D and a n. w.
Close carriages tor weddings, calls and re)
captions, Doardloe and Livery flt&blo, 4