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THE "WASHINGTON OBTTIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 27, 1885.
JMpUihcil Dally, Sunday) x(tpUt,
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The Evening Critic PubllshlngCotnpany,
ItAr.Ir.T KIMIOIIltN, rroslilcnt,
IV. SCOTT TOUMMIS, Treasurer,
Jt. H. SYLVESTER, Kdltnr.
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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC,
WAS II I KOTOW, P. 0.
Wednesday, May 27, 18S5.
, THi: WATKIt SCANDAL.
The Into war upon the water of the l'o
tomnc Jtivor appears to have been nn
altogether unprovoked ond senseless piece
of business; nnd yet as allcctlng; tho repu
tation of Washington abroad, it is u really
An impression prevails nil over the
country which it will tako some time, to
wear oil Hint the water hero is not only
unlit to drink, but positively unwhole
some nnd deleterious. Such nu idea at
this particular time, when there is more
or less apprehension in the public mind
nbout cholera and typhoid, is well calcu
lated to keep people away from Washing
ton during the summer and seriously In
jure nil branches of business.
BLThnt one of tho healthiest cities on the
continent, with its excellent water supply,
fdiould be treated in this way is ns out
rageous ns it is undeserved; nnd, although
it mny be too much to nsk of tho responsible
perpetrators of tho mischief that they pro
ceed with penitent diligence to repair tho
damage they have done, no pains should
be spared on tho part of citizens generally
to correct in the most public manner pos
sible tho sensational misrepresentations
that linve been so widely clrculatcd,nud ex
plain the motives which gavo tlicm birth.
It will bo time enough for a scare when
the liovernmcnt of the United States,
through General Newton, announces that
there is occasion for any.
3Ut. IIAYAltl) AltUSIIIi.
There nre vandals in all ages and in all
countries. Somo people cannot visit Mt.
Vernon without cutting tho glass knobs
from the antique bureau. Armies of visit
ors insist on scribbling their names over
the polished surfnee of Washington's
Monument, and there would bo nothing
left of tho Corcoran Art Gallery, if guests
were not deprived of canes nnd umbrellas
at the door. Anything and everything
which stands fortli pre-eminently clcan'or
nyininetricnl, or harmonious, seems to
invite the malice and tho envy of a power
Prom the moment Mr. llayard consented
to enter the Cabinet he became n target
for partisnn'abusc, which lins increased in
virulence proportionately witli tho np
pointment of straighout Democrats to of
fice. Perhaps if ho hnd retained Minister
Lowell nt the Court of St. .Tnmes, nnd sug
gested George William Curtis as Minister
to France, his treatment nt the hands of
certain newspapers might have been dif
ferent. But because ho has dared to con
t true the results of the last election as a
notice that tho victors were victorious, and
ins stood boldly forward ns tho champion
of Democracy, he has attracted the aim of
The newspapers have not 'dealt fairly
with Secretary Ilayard. They secin to
have forgotten their own powerful sense
of justice and decency and determined to
vent their disgruntlcmcnts on one of the
ablest members, of tho Administration. It
is time for our friends, the correspondents,
to enll a hnlt nnd vindicate themselves.
a cash ran akiutkation.
The altitude of the iron masters and
workmen at Pittsburg is well-calculated to
interest the people of Pennsylvania, and
of adjoining States. Tho Amalgamated
Association proposed to accept a reduction
of ten per cent, fho masters wero not
satisfied with tills, but demanded other
concessions which the association could
not yield. Now there arc grave appre
hensions tlint a general strike will be in
augurated on tho first of Juno, and if tho
mills close down nearly 100,000 men will bo
thrown out of employment.
The terrible consequences of forcing this
vast army of workmen into idleness, with
all the miseries ond privations that must
accompany such a movement, ought to
call forth thq best efforts of inllucntial
citizens to ctrect a compromise. Arbitra
tion ought to be practicable and should in
tervene piomptly to pravent the threat
ened calamity. Neither the iron masters
nor fho workmen can alford such a strike
as seems likely to ensue,
AN APOSTATE'S PMJA.
That was a stirring scene at Edinburgh,
wliero Dr. Adam Stuart Mulr stood before
the old Scotch Presbyterians and declared
his faith in the Catholic Church. Dr.
Muir was among tho ablest of tho Frco
Church divines. IIo had been accused of
"popish practices" and general apostasy,
nnd was about to be dismissed from tho
General Assembly of tho Free Church of
rVcotlniul. Against his dismissal lie had
entered an carnetit appeal. His accusers
sat there and listened to his plea with sad
ness, but they ill-concealed their admira
tion for his logic and his power. Tho
address went on. In smooth and polished
language, in a delivery that swept a con
cord of sweet sounds far across the cragi
and peaks of Grampia, tho orator touched
for the last time the tender heart-chonh
of the Frep Church member v?bo had
loved him as a father.
In clear and thundering ' tones, amid
the death-like utillrtew ot the assembly
Jho great preacher cried out: "I hoar tho
voice of the Almighty spoken now. And
what did ho say? If the Free Church
gratped in her nerveless, withorod, blood
Icmi fingers vnguo negation against tho
teaching of tho Holy Catholic Church,
then would tho Divine Master withdraw
from her prenenco."
Then his volcesnnktoono oftendcrnoss,
ami, as if he felt tho night-brecziM of
J rub a 'on his brow, ho repeated tho
words of Cardinal Nownian's hymn,
LiJ, kindly light," and taking an ivory
cmclfix from his pocket, held it out with
The assembly could restrain itself no
longer. In one great cry of "Shame!"
they met their apostate brother's dramatic
Etipcal, and hissed him into momentary
fdfencc, Then ho added: Tho timo will
come when I shall dlo with this emblem
of even-your faith upon my bosom." And
be went out from amidst his pcoplo nsn
Mrongcr to them.
No such dramatic scene has Ucpn wit
nessed In rollgloiis circles In a hundred
years, and It will long bo mcmorablo in
A cast, of sporadic cholera Is reported at
the Presbyterian Hospital in Philadel
phia, but tho patient got well and there Is
no occasion to, bo alarmed, Sporadic
cholera is liable to occur most anywhere
during tho hot weather, especially when
over-rlpo cucumbers arc In style, Wo
knew of a man once who had It from eat
ing n prodigious supper of cabbage and
buttermilk. Copious rations of green ap
ples sometimes produce tho same results,
but out in the country, Instead of calling
it sporadic cholera and scaring tho vicin
age into nn epidemic of stomach-ache, tho
people know it as cholera morbus or
plain "gripes." And it Is not contagious.
Jlwicronu Mackuy, tho United Slatos
Consul at llio Grande do Sul, Dra7.il,
should have prompt aid from the Stato
Department. The protection of American
citizens abroad, and particularly of olllclals
of tho United States, is tho present univer
sal demand, If the statements given out
in thoenso of Mr. Mackcy bo true, ho has
been the victim of grievous persecution
and the Government should not hesitate
to lay a heavy hand on tho scalawag.
' - , - .MM
Tjiii.pink and pretty New Orleans State
recently referred to the decaying mental
powers of Tennyson, Last "Sunday it
apologized at considerable length and
startled its readers by printing some of
Tennyson's poems. This should teach
the editor not to speak lightly of orthog
raphy till he has read tho dictionary.
Emii.isii influence at tho Vatican docs
not appear to be supremo. Tho Irish
people wanted Dr. William Wnlsh ap
pointed Archbishop of Dublin. The Eng
lish sent an Ambassador to tho Pope in
behalf of another. Hut Dr. Walsh was
appointed and tho people of Ireland are
tv j; navo ncaru it grent. neni nnoui mo poetry
of motion, nnil linvo Keen more charming Illus
trations of It In tho Klralfy bullets. Ucpubll-
That must liavo been In tho early days
of Hie l'cpublic, when Klralfy's ballet was
sixty or seventy years younger than it is
now and had fewer grandchildren to take
Tun Canadian Government should es
tablish an embassy of deputy marshals in
old Poiindinakcr's Court, lie is hardly in
position to make trentJes.
THE TROUBLE WITH THE GIRLS.
A .Scarcity of Yiimijr IWcii at tho Notional
"What are society's perils for young
women V" 1 just asked a "society girl,"
and she said: "In Washington, lack of
men." For girls this is true. There are
plenty of men in Washington. Perhaps
in no city in the United States is society
worth so much whllcasin Washington, be
cause so many distinguished men gather
there. In no party do you fail to see
croups, any ono member of which would
be considered worth making n feast for in
other cities. Hut tho distinguished men
of Washington scarcely conic at an earlier
period than their early middle life. They
are in 'Washington because thev have al
ready won nioro or less eminence. They
nre past tho uncertainty, tho hesitancy,
the unreality of life, and aro bent on defi
nite pursuits. The young men, the natural
mates for tho girls, aro in other cities and
districts, practicing law, learning to edit
newspapers, cantering over cattle ranches,
preaching sermons to young women, nnd
probably making a poor list of it, explor
ing mines, earning money, winning fame.
Ily and by they will come to Washington,
but in that day our girls will not bo girls
any more. A very few of these young
men aro in Washington, .but very few,
hardly enough to go round. Consequently
a girl who goes into society encounters tho
peril of not finding ninny stimulating
minds among her younger comrades.
IIuro'h Strange llullcr,
Victor Hugo was always convinced that
he would meet nil his friends in n futuro
world, lie wns equally suro thnt ho had
always existed from the antediluvian
times when tho Creator nlnccd him on
earth. He believed that ho would oxist
forever, inasmuch as lie felt in ills soul
thousands of hymns, dramas nnd ononis
that had never found expression. When
tho atheists would say to him, "The proof
flint-you will not oxist in tho futuro is that
you did not oxist in the past," Hugo
would answer : "Who told you I did not
exist in the past centuries? You will say
that is the legend of the ages. Tho poet
lins written: 'Life is a fairy tnle twice
written.' He might hnve said a thousand
times written. There is not an agcin which
I cannot find my spirit. You do not be
lieve in tho doctrine of surviving personal
ities for the reason that you do not recol
lect your anterior existence. Jlut how can
the recollection of vanished ages remain
imprinted on your memory when you do
not remember a thousand and one scones
ond events of your present life? Since
1602 there have been ten Victor Hugos in
me. Do you think that I can recall all
their actions and all their thoughts? Tho
tomb is dark, and when I shall havo
passed the tomb to cinergo into light once
more all these Victor Hugos will bo almost
wholly strangers to me, but it will always
be the same soul." Paris Figaro.
Statistics or ISIhto Miiltliiir.
At tlie Oxford University's own paper
mill, which is situated at Wolvercoto, near
Oxford, .'170 tons of rags havo been con
sumed, in making 2.10 tons of paper for
this issuo of tho itoviscd Version. It
would cover two and a quarter square
miles. It would go round tho world in a
strip of six Indies wide, or say, if tho
pages, wero laid open ono after another, it
would go round tho world. Tho sheets
piled in reams as they leave tho mill
would make a column ten times tho
height of St. Paul's, or folded into books
before binding nt least ono hundred times
the height. The copies, which nro being
prepared by tho Oxford University Press
alone, would, if piled flat ono upon
another, make a column more tlmn four
teen miles high or .'170 times the height of
the Monument. If piled end on end they
would rench seventy-four miles high or
1,013 times the height of the Monument.
It is hardly possible to give an Idea of tho
number of goats and sheep whoso skins
have beeir required for binding tho copies,
but it lias been calculated that 1,500 goat
skins havo been used in binding the copies
which will bo presented by the American
committee of revision on the Ulst instant.
-Pall Mall Gazette.
Ton Largo (.nine.
An old chap from Lehigh Valley was
talking finance to somo of the newsboys
around flic Grand Central Depot the other
day. Said he:
"Whcnovor I go to a boss race I bet on
all the bosses, instead of one. When I
speculate I foller the same linoo' policy.
1 kinder put n lectio cash into wheat, and
a lectio more into porkf and n few dollars
Into stocks, and a few more iutosuuithfn'
else, and if I git busted on ono I'm sure to
bust somebody on another."
"Hoys!" ho continued, in a fatherly way,
"this londin' a cannon on' shootin' fur
clyphants is takln' a powerful ninny
chances. If you bit 'em its big gamo, but
if they git away tho sheriff lovys on tho
gun. Hotter load for smaller game, an
calkcriatoon knoekin' over a rabbit if yo
miss n deer. Woll Street News,
A Soft Answer.
"What Is an epistle?" itskod a Stinday
seljool teacher of her class. "Tho wife of an
apostle.' replied a young hopeful. Christian
PEOPLE IN GENERAL.
Ex-Minibtkh Lowm.i, delivered an ora
tion nt Cambridge, England, yesterday, on
occasion of the unveiling of a bust to the
PosTMABTr.n Vr.-ur.Y of Haltlmoro had a
conference with Commissioner Dornuin
11. Eaton in regard to appointments lu tho
postolllceof that city.
Mn. Suj.-Br.T Cov. is not always so econo
mical of his words as when ho wrote his
lato letter of resignation. He simply
said: "I hereby resign the olllcoof Iteprc
sentatlve in 'Congress from the Eighth
Congressional district in New York."
M. M. DnioiiT, a ydung surveyor nt San
Antonio, Tex., lias recently "found" a
tract of about l,00OncrXs of land that had
been lost In that vast Stnto. Various sur
veys hnd failed to Include this tract, nnd
as it lays along a wooded creek, tho dis
covery makes the finder a rieh man.
Mn. McLani:, tho now American Min
ister to Paris, speaks French like a native.
Ex-United States Minister Moutos
and Mrs. Morton will sail from Havre for
the United States, June 20, by the steamer
JMinr.sohi.'s latest lecture is "What Is
Hlaspheniy?" If Ingcrsoll can't tell, the
other fellows might as well give it up.
Mn. Itussr.iiTi Saoi: is so rich that ho was
oblo to drop $,000,000 in Wall street last
year and scarcely miss it.
Tin: rr.usoNAii estate of tlio lato Mrs.
Frank A. Vandcrbilt of New York Is
valued ot about $1,100,000.
A mono Tiiosn who called upon Secretary
Manning in New York yesterday wero
ex-Mayor Edward Cooper, ex-Commis-sioncrliubortO.
elect Merrimon and Edward Kearney.
Tin: Kino ok GiiErxnhas conferred upon
Dr. Morris 11. Henry of Now York the
gold cross of tho. ltoyal Order of thoSa.
viour for services in tho cause of science,
Sr.NATOit Waiinm':k Mn.i.i:ii, Professor
Fred Mother, United States Commissioner
of Fisheries, and about a dozen other
well known nnglers, will start for Lake
Wilmot, Hamilton County, N. Y., on a
fishing excursion as the guests of O. H.
Manning of that county.
It Ileal flas nit Hollow.
Uncle Davy was giving thoboyssomcad
vice in their love-making afi'airs, says the
Merchant Traveller, and one of them
asked him how tho young people did
when lie was sparking. "Them was great
times, boys," he said in reply. "Wo didn't
have no gns nor kerosene. We done our
sparkin' oya plain tallow din; but moit
frequently just by the firelight. Fire
light is warinin', boys, nnd dickers Just
enough to ninke a girl's eyes shine. Its
mighty soft and purty, too, and kinder in
n way none of your gaslights knows any
thing about. Somcjnics tho lire shlncd
up n little too powerful in places, nnd the
young man would git up without sayin'
anything and put asliovelfullofasheson it.
Then he would cuddle up to tho girl in tho
shadows, and she would cuddlo some, too,
and it really didn't seem like there was
nnything else in the whole, big round earth
to uo wished for. Purty soon the lire would
git obstreperous again, and tho little
flames would twinkle in nnd out, as if
they wanted to sec what was goin' on, or
had seen and was laugliin' and winkln'
nbout it nnd bavin' somo fun, too, nnd the
young fellow would reach for tho shovel
and the ashes and cover tho bright blazes
nil up. And sometimes remember now,
only sometimes tne gin wottiu geuip ant
put nslies on, anil men well, ooys, when
the bluebirds came lu tho spring, and the
ilshin' worms crawled out ol tho ground,
and the boys set on the green banks of the
Iittlo creek waitin' for a bite, and the
johniiy-juinp-iip nestled in the sunny
places, there wusn weddin' in thoold house,
and when the winter came again they sat
ny tneir own lire, aim mo snovei ami
ashes wns out of a job."
Dyckerhoft Portland Ofcm&nt,
Thu Strongest and Dcst Known to tho Trade.
11. 1.. OHANFOM).
Polo Agent for District of Columbia.
Office, 1.118 V street northwest.
Wntcliouso, II. 1.. Dlscoo's wharf, foot of
Tenth street southwest.
(Ji ilc I'm promptly filled and deliveries mado to
any part of tho city.
OlIANOUTIIIC AHTlFICtAIi STONE,
ASl'HAII'l'M, NKUC'IIATEIi MASTIC.
Streets, Slilownlks, Stables, Jinsomcnts and
Cellar Floors, or wlicrover a Solid, Smooth and
Durable Pavement or Floor Is required.
Orders promptly attended to and all work
fiiiimintccd for tho termofllvo years.
All representations that tlio abovo work, as
now performed byino, is an infringement on
nny rights of others, or that any court has so
held lb Incorrect.
1 giuirantco all patrons of my work against
any claims or suits for damages.
II. h. CltANFORD,
No. 1-118 1' st. n, w.
Telephone Call No. 881.
COR. TENTH AND F STS.
WE'VE ffOr 'EI.
Middlesex Blue Flannel Suits
For Men and Youths at $10.
Ttlno Flannel Suits, fast color, at S7.G0;
FIno Yacht Cloth Suits at $12; worth $18.
A set of O. A. It. llattons given with ovcry
A full lino of Huslncss Suits nt S0.50, S7.CO,
88.75, 510,50 and S12; worth fully as much as
goods sold elsowhcro at fio per cent, higher,
Tho celebrated Slmonl Cnsslmcro Suits at
S15 worth S22.C0.
4-button Cutaway Suits from $10 to $25.
Host lino for tho least money In tho city.
Fine I'rlnco Albert Suits at $15; worth fully
FIno Scrgo Suits nUSlO; worth $20.
Full lino of Seersucker Coats and Vests at
$2,50 and upward.
A largo assortment of Alpaca and Drap d'Eto
Coats, Vests. Odd Pan'ts, etc, at lower prices
than ever before.
. ron HOYS i TO 13,
A beautiful lino of Suits from $2 to $10,
be seen to bo appreciated.
ron hoys is to is,
A completo lino of Snlts-from $1 to $10.
A ball ond hnt given with each suit at
TIE KISEIT STORE,
Cor. Tenth and P Sts.
J3f"As unscrupulous paitles imltatod our
Mgiis nud unmo, bo enrcful and cgmo to tho
Corner of loth and V sts.
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
Dooley's Kialto Fountain,
3d St. and Pa. Ave. S. E,
BEST BODA WATER IN THE CirY,
ffrtSa,HKAl)(UATtTnitS TIKPT, OP THE
WK POTOMAC, O. A. It.
Committee on Mhmomai. Sr.itvm:,
Tothtl'ttUlc: Wo respectfully solicit con
tributions of flowers to ho used on Memorial
liny In Decorating tlia craves of our comrade
burled In this vicinity. Donations will bo re
ceived nt Mnsonlo Temple, tltli and V sts.. on
tho uotli and until ! a.m. of tlioiioth Instant.
Any friends who dcslro us to call for (lowers
nn tlioso days will plcno send their address to
ji. ji. c.Mini, ni.wnsomo icmoiu.
, ll TV?,,, lf
Vs. II. Jll.Ili.l.ll,
Ch, Com. on Deo, nnd grounds.
lfe-5,WK, TUP. UNDEIISIGNKD HANKS
Wffi nnd Hankers of Washington olty.
hereby agree to close our respective places of
business (ns fnr as practicable) on HATUHDAY,
tho iioth Inst. (Decoration Day). Persons hav
ing paper duo thnt datoaro requested to attend
to tlio snmo tho day previous!
Tlios. c. I'ciirfiiM, Cashier Cltlzpns' National
llnnk of Washington City.
niggs x 10.
llcnj, P. Snyder, President National Savings
llnnk, D. C.
tico.ll. 11. White. Cashier National Metro
lliitemnn & Co., by John E. Dcnll, Cashier.
Towers ,fc Clrceli.
Corson & Miicnrtnoy.
Crane, I'nrrls & Co.
Lewis Johnson nnd Co.
Chn.S. Ilrndley, Cashier National Dank of
Ihollepuhllc, D. C.
I. A. HiifT, Cashier Central Nntlonnl Dank.
C. A. .Tnmes, Cnshler flunk of Wnihliigton.
II. C. Swnlu, Cashier Second National Hank.
Win, Moyso & Co.
Hell & Co.
W. Laird, Jr., Cashier Farmers' & Mechanics'
Natlonnl llnnk, (leorgetown, I). C. inv'i().fc'J8
II. ST1NEMETZ & SON,
l'JU7 1'cnnn. avo.,
"KNOX'S" N. Y. HATS,
"YOUMAN'S" N. Y. HATS,
DHESS CASSIMKHi: AND DKU11Y HATS,
MACKINAW AND OTIIHItSTltAW HATS.
Hoys' and Children's Straw Hats.
Largo stock of fine Silk Umbrellas for Ladles
CfyFiirs rccclycdon slorngO; myg0-tf
K-S& CEIITAIN CH0LEHA CUUK
v Cures Cholera, Cholera Morbus.
Cholera Infinitum, Cramps In Stotnneh and
Dlnrrhicn. It never falls when used as directed.
Always keep It In your house; carry It wherever
you go. The price Is within reach of nil, and
you won't havo to taken dozen bottles before
relief; It nets llko magic. Dlnrrhiea Is tho
first stngo of cholera. Stop that, and you pre
vent cholera. Certain Cholera Cnro nevcrrnlls
to stop It. All druggists keep it. A. llrown,
proprietor, Hox U5I, Washington, D. 0.
CO-OI'ETtATIVE HUILDINO AHS03IATION.
Assets S 1811,500.07.
Tho first payment on tho Ninth Issuo can bo
miulonttho olllcoof tho Secretary dally from
HiilOa. in. to'liiiop. in.
MONTHLY PAYMENTS ARE $2.1)0 TEH SII .UU
Pamphlets explaining tho object nud advan
tages of tho Association furnished upon appli
cation. THOMAS SOMEItVILLE. President.
JNO. JOY EDSON, Secretary, 017 h" St., 2d Mr.
ft5aULYMONT EXCUHSION (MOUNDS.
Contracts for Excursions now In order. Cot
tages nnd single rooms for rent. F, FitKU.Nl,
Caterer. Special rates to Sunday-schools.
L. II. T11E.MIH.Y. 527 7th st.
1726 1'enna. Avo. N. W.
HESTAUHANT A LA CAUTK.
Summer board by tho week, S5; by tho
month, $22. iny-f-;)m
VVgSaVIKGlNIA 11EAC1I HOTEL
OPEN FOU GUESTS MAY 15, 1885.
Situated 011 tho Atlantic Const, 0 miles south
of Capo Henry; 18 miles from Nor
folk by ltallroad.
Beach for bathing unexcelled, nnd no under
tow. Frco from mosquitoes. Tho Hoiio Is
first-class In nil Its appointments. Telegraph,
tclephono nnd prompt mail facilities. Good
fishing and boating. For terms, which nro rea
sonable, apply to
J. I. HOnilACII & CO.,
Virginia lleach Hotel, Ya.
For further Information nnd circulars apply
to J. W. UOTELEIt & SON.
f)2!l Pa. avo. n. w.. Washington, I). 0.
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WS'ffiS stockholders of tho Evening Critic
1'ublMihiK Company for tho purposo of elect
ing trustees for tho ensuing year nnd tho trans
action of such other Imslnots ns may bo pre
sented will bo held nt tho Ciltlo olllce, fill D
st. Washington, I). C, on MONDAY, Juno 8,
3R85, between tho hours of 11 o'clock a. m,
and 12 in. of said day.
my-l-td President. .
7555a,WANTEI)-THE LADIES OF WASH
Jvsui Ington so know that
MISS OAVANAUGH, DncssiiAKr.n,
Formerly of -101 Pa. avo. n. w., has not left
Washington, but Is located as
400 NINTH STItEET NOHTflWEST,
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COUNTRY, AND OUR STRICT RULE
IS, NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD BY ANY
ONE. WE nAYE ONE PRIOE
STRICTLY, DO A' CASH BU9INES3
ONLY; THEREFORE WE ARE THE-
PARED TO MECTALL COMPETI
lli;i TICKIJI DAY,
WHICH WILL BR ON FRIDAY OF
EACH WEEK. WE HHALL EXHIBIT
AT RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRIOES
ALL GOODS.SUOH A8 WE nAVE SUU
FLUS OF AND AluTsEiSONAULE.
REMEMBER, ON FRIDAY 19
ouk iti:i TioKur hay.
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11 II AA II UMMMM'H U
11 II A A II IIMMMM" H
111)1)11 A A II II M M M M SSSB
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Blinn A A UUU M M M BSS3
DOOKS AND STATIONERY.
FOR ENGRAYED AND PRINTED
FBEE'8, 1848 3F ST.
Plato and 60 Cnrds, $2; 100 Printed Cards,
Jl, OppoBlto Ebbltt House,
Buy Your Books and Stationery
' .A-XDEIj-Sr Oe BIRO.,
422-24 Eighth et., between Dund E n. w.
Close carriages (or weddings, calls and re
coptlouo, DoMdlus and Livery utable,
Ily vlrlnoof ndecreo of tho Supremo Court
of the District of Columbia passed Mny 20,
1885, In equity cnuso 0,'lil(), I will sell nt pub
lic miction, In front of tlio premises, on FIII
DAY, May 20. 1885, at -1 o'clock p. ni tho fol
lowing described premises nnd all tho Interest
therein of tho parties to said cause, to wits
l'nrt of lot 8 In sqnnro KWI, beginning nt a
point on tho south lino of said lot, 25 feet west
wnrdlv from tho southeast corner thereof, run
ning thenco wcstwnrdly with Pennsylvania
avenue 21 feet, thenco northwardly 72 feet 8
Inches ton publlo alley, thenco oastwnrilly to
tho northwest lino of It. W, Hates' land, thenco
with said Hates' west lino to tho placo of be
ginning. Terms of snle: Ono-thlrd cash, of which $10!)
must bo paltl when the property Is struck off,
nnd tho balance In thrco equal payments In
one, two and thrco years respectively, with In
terest; deferred payments to bo secured by
deed of trust on tho premises sold. All con
veyancing and recording to bo nt tho cost of tho
LEWIS H. l'AHKEH,
CA. I1EST .fc CO. HAVE HEMOVEI) FItO.M
. 018 Dth st. to 1220 15 St. n. W. Selling
out below cost to closoout lnislnoss. inyli7-.lt
J? for tho Forsyth Cnfo than most of our
hotels. How hi tlio world can you servo a
meal forl5ccntst" said n prominent merchant.
Come and sec for yourself; 518 10th st. myi&l-tf
pvltAWINO AND PAINTING-THi: 11 EST
XJ and cheapest plnco to learn drawing nnd
pnlntlng Is nt tho Nntlonnl Academy of FIno
Aits, cor. 18th st. nnd N. Y.nvo.; all commenc
ing Immediately will bo received nt half-price;
children's Snturilny class $10 per yenr; classes
after 4 o'clock for those tn tho Departments.
T LOYD'SOIHGINAL WASHINOTON25C1'.
I J T, 1 viwnoot l(iffru fji Alinnbnjl tit fiutfmifini
furniture carefully removed.
unices, lou.t ir
st. 11. w.j 181 Pa. avo. 11. w.
THE very best
made. Bold br
an BinuonorB, v
Hnnd 1 tno.ecnt
stamps forenmplo doz. n Washington Phono.
grnpmc ucaaqunnora. wasnington. u. v.
TYPE-WRITINO DEPARTMENTS OALI
grnpU olllco; expert operators; worU
called tor nnd dellvorad. Call by telephone,
Callgrnph ofllce, 01)3 F nt. myfl-ir
110 D Street Northwest.
Hours, 11 to 0.
JL. KERVAND, 1012 PENN. AVE., EN-
graver. Plato nun 60 visiting cards, 80
cents; CO partis from snmo plate, 45 cants;
100 cards' printed from plato, 75 eonts.
MEDICINE FOR DOGS.
AH Diseases cured.
ocl3 Cor. 4 H st. and Md. nvo. b. w.
1 AD1ES "COMPOUND TILLS OF TANSY"
J are perfectly rate nnd always effectual,
Bealod particulars, 2c. Wilcox BpeclUa Modi
clue company, Philadelphia, Pa. tu-th-s
LADIES-PENNYROYAL TILLS ("OHIOHES
tor's English"), tho only gonulnc, safe,
certain nnd orxectuai. Sealed particulars, 4c.
Oblcbcstor Chemical Co., 2313 Madison sq.,
Philadelphia, Pa. . )y23-onil
pnoi'OSALS FOlf STATIONERY. "
Washington, D. C, May 12, 1885.
Scaled proposals will ho received at this De
partment until 12 o'clock m. on Wednesday,
luno 21, 1885, for furnishing Stationery for
tho Vise of First and Second Clnss Fostofllces
for ono year from July 1, 1885.
Illnnk forms of proposals showing tho Items
and estimated quantities required, together
with circular relating thereto, wll ho fur
nished on application to this Department.
Proposals should bo addressed to tho First
Assistant l'ostmnstcr-tJeneral, and Indorsed
"1'roposnls for Stationery."
Tho Postmaster-General rcscrvo tho right
to reject any or all bids.
WM. F. VILAS,
PROPOSAL FOR CONSTRUCTING SCHOOL
Ofhck or Tin: Ekiiimeiui Commissions,
Wasiiinoton, D. C Mny 10, 1885.
Ily direction of tho Ilonrd of Commissioners,
sealed proposals will bo received at this olllco
until 12 o'clock m., on Thursday, May 28.
1885, lor constructing school building? and
stair halls on each sldoof tho Stevens School
Building, on Twenty-first street, between IC
and L htrcets northwest.
Illnnk forms of proposnl and specifications,
together with nil ncccssnry Information, can
bo obtained nt tho olllco of tho Inspector of
Buildings of D. C, nnd bids upon theso forms
nlono will ho considered.
Tho right Is reserved to reject nny or nil bids.
Major of Engineers U. S. A.,
my20-(lt Eng'r Commissioner 1). 0.
Advertisements of Three Linen under this head
lnhcrltd three times for 2.1 cents.
T7I0R RENT 105
G ST. N. W.. NEATLY
Jl) nnd nowly
furnished rooms: southern ex
posure; hot unit cold buths; summer rates.
mOIt RENT 227 THIRD STREET NORTH.
JD west, with board In n Northern family.
thrco rooms, en sultoor single.
FOR RENT THREE .COMMUNICATING
rooms on second lloor; furnished or un
furnished; sultnblo for light housekeeping.
Apply nt No, 20 Second st. n. o. my2U-!U
IJiOH RENT-FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS
. sultnblo for housekeeping; convenient to
three lines of cars;
1!18 Mnss. avo.
no children; price S15.
"1700 RENT-NICELY-FURNISHED HALL
J? room In now house, with nil conveniences,
SO per month; references; 807 11th st. n. w.
Ij-IOH KENT-FURNlfdlKH ROOMS ON 1st
? nnd 2d floors; from S5 up; herdlcs pass
tho door. Apply at 1810 0 st. n. w. my2(l-:it
3 OR. 4 FURNISHED ROOMS,
also Miltablo for light house
JJ 2d floor;
keeping; 012 Va. avo. s. w. For information
call at 110(1 Va. avo. s. w. my2ll-3t
I7IOR RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS
7 for S8, with gas, and 0110 largo unfur
nished room, at 1323 II st jalso, a kitchen,
1?0R RENT-ONE UNFURNISHED SEC
JJ olid-story front room, with hay window;
nsn of closet mid bath; six dollars per month;
1)07 :id Bt. 11. w. my25-3t
"TTion RENT-FURNISHED HALL ROOM ON
X' second llbor; uso of closet nud bath; flvo
dollars per month; 1)07 3d st. 11, w. my25-3t
1?0R RENT-FURNISHED ROOMB AT 1801
? O St. 11. w. inyU5-3t
1j OR RENT-ONE OH TWO NICELY FUR
X1 nlshcd rooms, with or without board, on.
very reasonable terms, nt 1538 Oth st. 11. w. .
ITMHST-OLASS TABLE BOARD AT 1003 M
X1 st.i terms reasonable; entering to order,
GOOD COUNTRY BOARD; PLENTY MILK
nnd Ice; healthy location; highest eleva
tion In tho county; puro mountain air and
water; good shado; convenient to railroad;
references exchanged. Address 0. O. o
ComiiB, Montgomery Co., Mil. my22 Ot
THE LA PIERRE, B, W. CORNER OF TENTH
and E streote, and tho Lochlol, 512 Ninth
Bt. u,w with plonsant rooms and good board,
nro rocomraondod to pormanentand transiont
BUSINESS EDUCATION for young ana mid
die aged men and womon. Spring and
summer sossions of tho Uponcorlan Businoes
Oollego, corner Nluth and D sts. n. w. Rapid
writing, bookkeeping, rapid calculations, Eng
llehlanguneo, stenography, type-writing, etc.,
thoroughly taught. Tuition: Yoar from dato
ot entrance, day or night, $60; threo mouthB,
day, $20; night. $14; ono month, day, $7;
night, $5. Rapid writing only 12 lossousin,
Call or eond for circulars.
HENRY 0. SPENDER, Principal.
BARA A. Hl'ENOEB, Vlco-Prlnclpal.
rTMIE HOWE BUSINESS SCHOOL, 517 BEV.
X onth etroet n. w short, condonsetl oourso
In practical bookltcoplng, rapid ponmanshtp
and English branches at modorato rates ot
tuition. Morning, afternoon and night sos
BlonB. Olvll-Sorvlco preparation a specialty,
Shorthand, Elocution and Mathematics by a
np3Q-tt .1, n. BRYANT, Principal.
ORWOOD INSTITUTE, 121U AND 1214
14th St., near lltli-et. Circle. Select Hoard!
log Bchool for young ladloe, Session '85.'80
opens Boptember 30, 1U85. Early application
necessary, as number ot boarders will bo
W.JJMglf,.HL-:-' M. I, .,.41'j'J
WANTED HELrWEM ALE.
Ailvcrtlsc racntn of Three Lines under this hesit
Inaettril three times lor 35 cents.
ANTi:D--wYirTK NUU8K TO GO TO Til K
country for tlio summer: must 00 com
petent nnd bring best references. Call at lit!)
17th st. n. w. my20;it
WANTED-IMMEDIATKLY; A S1JAM
stress; competent to cut nnd fit chil
dren's rlntlu'i. Atlibess Children's Clothe,
WANTED-THIIEF. LADIES AND GEN
, tlemen willing to work. Address, for In
fcrvlcw, Industry, Critic nflico. my25-!lt
W A iT1?n by kknhinotom art co.
Wii 1 VjU fcmnloliolp t do our light,
pleasant work at tholr homos, Sont by mall
promptly to nny addrcssi nocanv-isilngt easy
to learn, ami uny ono can earn from $7 ti 111)
per week, For tall Information, address Kr.N
MNOTON Aiit Rooms, 1!) Poarl St., Boston,
Mnsc, llnx 5078. inv-bcniHUt
Advertisements ot Three Line) under this head
Inserted three times for 23 cents.
WANTKHbYlTETTvi-HNltl AND 18
years to work on n farm a few miles
from town. Call at 213 10th st. s. w., bet. 0
st. and Viuavc. my27-3t
WANTED-A GOOD, INTELLIGENT COL
oretl boy, about 15 years of ngo, ns a
dining-room servant, and to mnko himself
generally useful. 817 12th st. n. w. mv2il-ilt
farm mllo from Boun
VV family on fruit
dary street, opposite Glenwood Cemetery; nlso
slnglo hands. Inquire nt cemetery gate. C
TTANTED-AT ONCE. A
TV white barber; $10 per week
aow orn ave. 11. w.
Advertisements of Threo Lines under this head
Inserted three times for 23 corns.
ANTED-HY A RESPECTABLE COL-
oreil womnn. n nlaco as llrst-class cook
or chambermaid-. Inqulro at 438 Washington
St.. rear 470. my27-3t
WANTED-EMPLOYMENT 11Y A YOUNG
widow with 0110 child; Is a good
nurse; fond.of children; can keep house and do
plain sewing. Can glvo good references and
desires a good homo more than wages. Ad
dress A. W.. Critic ofllco. my2.V;U
WANTED SITUATIONS:--MALE. '
Advertisements ol Three Lines under this lu'itd
Inserted three times lor 23 cents.
W ANTED-HY A COLORED MN, ASri'UA
Hon ns n cook in a publlo dlnlng-rooin.
Apply nt 1107 N. J. avo. 11. w. my23-3t
WANTED-SITUATION BY A YOUNG COL
orcd man to drlvo or bo useful In a
house or store; good references. Apply nt 105
Bnnls' alley, bet. 5th, () and Franklin sts. 11, w.
Advertisements of Three Linen under this head
Inserted three times lor 23 cents.
THr ANTED DY A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE
TV In business here, tho cnro of n furnished
house for tho summer.
TirANTED-HICYabE-A NEW DOUBLE
V bnrrel.cd brccch-loadlng shotgun, with
belt, brass cartridges, etc., cost S10, will ox
change as part payment for hlcyclo; fio-lnch
prcfeircd. Address J. B. M., Crltlo ofllco.
CAT WANTED-A PURE WHITE TOM
kitten; ono dollar for best offered; bring
to 021) Fnrrngut Snunro nt 5 p. in. my254lt
WANTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT DR. TAY
lor, 1)34 F Btroet. near Tenth, ina&cs
bcautllul seta.of artlUcIal teeth for $5; guar
anteed to give full satisfaction; extracting
with gns, chlcrotorm or local anesthotlcs, 50
conts; without, 25 conts; lining at very low
prlceB. 4 oc20
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Advertisements ot Tbreo Lines under this head
lutcrttti;thrcc llnifs for U-") crnu.
R RENT-HOUSE 010 1DTII ST. N. W.,
13 rooms: lnreo sldo vnrtl: modern Im
provements; rent S75 per month. Apply to A.
A. Wilson, comer 7th bt. and Louisiana avo. n.
IT0R RENT FOR SIX MONTHS, A NEWLY
. furnished house, in n. w. sec, at 03 per
month to satisfactory party.
Addrcsi Box U.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
?OR SALE-WILL SELL AT A BARGAIN
or exchnneo tho new brick houo No.
1008 tltli st. 11. w.; contains 0 rooms nnd base
ment, bath room, range, lutrobe, etc., unit Is
nicely finished: cars ovcry flvo minute. A.
Lloyd, Marshal Law building, 310 4HS st. 11. w.
I70H SALE-TWO HANDSOME NEW RESI
? deuces, 0 rooms each, 1021 and 1023 G st.
n. w.; tlio houses aro built In tho most sub
stantial manner press brick fronts, brown
stone trimmings, two-story square bay win
dows, hardwood mantels, tiling, fire-places and
furnaces; plumbing flrst-clnss. For terms ap
ply to A. A. Wilson, Firemen's Insurance Com
pany, cornet- 7th st. and Loulsluna ave. 11. w.
Keys nt 2000 G st. 11. w. my21-llt
JOR SALE-.-LOTS .
IJiOR SALIBEaTiTIFUL SUJluTuiANLOTS,
7 25x100 feet, fronting Ulndcnsburg Turn
pike, insight of street-curs, S300; $iou cash,
lialancaSn per month. Neat 5-room collages
built nt lowest contract rates; Stoo cash, bal
ance In 5 years, or "monthly payments if pre
ferred. THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
npO-tf 03 1 F st.. Rooms 5 nnd 11.
Advertisements of Three Lines under this held
Inserted threo times lor 25 cento.
IVHSMdlYELLOW DAYTON VAHON
12 scats), hi good order; or will oxehango
for top phieton or low doctor's buggy; nlso
good trotter for sale, 7 years old. Address
Room 7, Federal Building. my27-3t
ITOR SALE-VAPOR STOVE; GOOD AS NEW;
. bought one yonr ago; cheap; 0 K st. 11, o.
ITiOlt SALE-OH EXCHANGE FOR A CITY
X1 residence, n handsome country sotit (now
house, standing la a belt ot nntlvo oaks and
cetlnrs,) ot 115 acres of oxoollont laud, In
liiimo order nnd well fenced; nil necessary out
buildings; plenty of fruit; good spring water;
wagons, harness, Implements, eto,, complete.
Apply nt Room 15, Emmet Houso, nftei-5 p.
in., whero photogiaphlo vlows may ho seen nud
fuller Intormatlou obtained, my2(l-lt
f?OR SALE-A LIGHT ROADSTER UUGGY
X1 Cheap. Can bo seen at 1117 G st. 11. w.
"l?OR SALE-GENTLEMAN'S ROAD M'AGON,
J Brewster make, In fair condition; can bo
seen at 212 U st. n. w. beforo
IrOR BALE-TnE GOOD WILL AND FIX
! turcsotarostaurant on Pa, ave., 142(1,
now doing a good business;. proprlotorlntouda
to chango his busluoss. mylO-Ot
WAnted-to exouange new BTOVE
for old onoa ntButlor's Btovo Exchango
corner 5th and K sts. Bmoky clilmnoys cured
or no pay. Stoves oxchangod tor grocorlo
Old stoves bought.
Can oo bought
cheaper at the Patnt
Department ot Jus.
II. Mcdlll. dealer In
Building BuppllcB, Nos. 008, 1)10. SI2 and 1)14 O
street, threodoorsivcstcfthe Patent Olllce, Im
mediately adjoining NAtlonal miles' Armory,
than at nny other establishment In tho city. If
you wish to hay even tho manliest quantity ot
white lead, oils, varnish colors, dry or In oil, etc..
send your nddiess on n poBtnl card nud a printed
price-list ot every article sold In this department
will be tent to yon by return mall, reachlugyou
In a lew hours' time by letter-carrier. This price
list, gives the price ot balf-plnt, pint, quart, half
gallon, gallon, and llvogallons of cucliklndnl
oil, turpentine, dryer, varnish nnd other liquids
sold by measure; also, price per rjuarter-pound.
half-pound, pound, five, ten, Iwrnjy.flyo and
ICO poumls ot each article sold by weight: also, list
Ur.lt prtCt'B Ul UtlDCeimwVUlia ..irai
are traded according
to the quantity botniht,
lirri. imvera uet verv lowest Prices: small buv-
ers pay n slightly higher rale. My prices are
lined. All huyei buying the same quantity pay
the same price, Thu Ine.tperlcnced buyer gets
the snme pilce ns tho oldest palutcr If he buys the
saiDciiuautlly. . ......
After examining my nrlco-llstsend your orders
by messenger, tciephomi or by mall.and they will
Le lllliU prompliy anuine oiu.aj.per pnua-iiat.
collected on delivery,
Goods delivered to all
Tboolher departments ofmy business have
Brown lo satisfactory proportions. I now glyo my
sneclai atle lion to the l'alut l)purtJnent, and
expect, by having n fall supply of Urst class
goods, selllBg them at low prrea nnd making
prumpt deliveries, to secure liberal snura ol
the public rMrosKe.jAMEH uoalvu
Dealer In llulldlng Huupllts,
008 10, m and 911 U ttre
Mntlnco Every Eny.
na l';,v.CTy Nlght-25 or 500.
COUP R EQUExfJUUltlOULUM.
. Acting llorso. Ponies nnd Mules.
. A LltAUUII'S Ornnil Opern-llouse.
Every ci cnlng at 8:15.
,ifii1',r,,n' mntlnco nt 2:30.
rjl.MK MUS12U.M. l'n. avo., near lllh st.
Glorious Specialty Pcrforinnnco.
02 Star Artists. 32 Great Performers.
Every uftcrnoou and Night This Week.
THE VII)0('(S. NEEDIIAM AND KEIXY.
CARTER AND ANDERSON. THE
NELSON. HOWARD SISTEItS,
CHARLES TURNER. RICHARD FOX.
Concluding with tlto Drama of tho
ADMISSION TO ALL ONLY 10 CENT.
Lato Lincoln Hall, Oth ond I) sts. n. w.
Week commencing Monday, May 25,
THE UNION SQUARE COMPANY
TJKTCILH TOIL'S CABIN.
Now Scenery, Bloodhounds nnd Jubllco Singers
Mnllnccs Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Coolest placo In tho city.
MONDAY, MAY 25,"TnD Dl'IIIXO WEEIC.
MARK GRAYSON'S DRAMA,
ALICE ARLINGTON In tho stellar role, nnd a
grcnt sensational olio prior to tho Drama,
Matinees Tuesday Thursday and Decoration
Admission, 10, 20 and 30 cents.
On. m null 2 p.m.
Tickets, COc. Children, 25c.
A I'ltKlS COxSCEltT AND JJANCi:
Without Musicians or Musical Knowlodgo,
nil can havo who purchase ono of
PROFESSOR M. GALLYS
Seo them, hear them and get music lists at
O. L. WILD& BltO.'S,
700 Sovontb st. n. w.
pBE QUANTICO HIOH TEA
MOONLIQHT EXOURsToN, WITH MUSIC,
JANE MOSELEY, MAY 20, 1885.
Leaving tho wharf nt 4 :30 and returning at
10:30 sharp, in behalf ot tho
GARFIELD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL.
Mrs. Sonntor Logan, Mrs. Gen. RIckotts,
Mrs. Senator Blilr, Mrs. Qon. Lauder,
Mrs, Senator Dolpfc, Mrs. Henrietta 0. Mot
Mrs. Senate) Habln, zerott,
Mrs. senator Muntlor- Mrs. Col. Rockwell,
bod, Mrs. D. B. Eaton,
Mrs. Judgo Hagner, Mrs. Orango Ferris,
Mrs. H. A. Wlllard, Mrs. S. O. pomnrny,
Mrs. Mlrnnda Tullock,5lrs. a. J. Bontley,
Miss E. B. Johnson, Mrs. Dr. Power,
Mrs. Lieut. Selfrldgo.
Tlckote, Jl; Supper Tickets, $1. To bo ob
tained of tho Lady mamigcta or of tho Direct
ors, and at tho principal he tils, drug and book
JT. VJGBNON1 MT. VUBNON!
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN AbeHKI
Leaves Seventh-street wharf dally, except Ban
day, for Mt. Vernon at 10 o'clock a. m.i returning;,
reaches Washington about 3:00 p. m.
L. L. BLAKE, CapUln.
X' week or S3 per month; New Amcrlenn
No 7, New Domestic, Now Singer, NewAut.o
matlo and other standard machines, at Aucr
linch's. 71h st. mv21-(lt
LOST AND FOUND.
T OST-A BHACEEET; OPEN LOOP,
j-j cugoiuwiro vaiuciiasagut.
will bo rowarded by returning to 423 1st. n.
w.,.whcru tho mate can ho seen; iny25-3t
Ori REWARD-LOST, SATURDAY, KITH
il J Inst., on Pa. live., near 21th St., lady's
huntlng-caso gold watch nud chain, with
medal, on which Is engraved owner's name
Abovo reward for their return to 320 C st. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN.
$100, $500 ON
".uaisnai J. aw uuutung u,"
I IroyO-tr 310 Wt st. n. w.
I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON QOODIlUlIt
cstato or collateral security at loivost ratos
of Ihtereet. No delay when security Is good,
0. 0. GREEN, Room 1, Plromeu'a building,
cor. 7th nnd La. ave. apl4-tt
A RARE OPPORTUNITY S050 CASH WILL
buy an Interest In a good-paying ready
money business. Tho money Is needed for
enlarging operations. Closest Investigation
courted. For particulars apply to W. II. Main
& Co., real cstato dealers, St. Charles Hotel.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
TEAIi ESTATE 11UEEET1N
THOB. E. WAOGAMAN. 017 F street.
(Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
THREE-STORY BRICK AND PRAMB
HOUSEa FOU BALE.
Duddlngton, b e, cstato ol Daniel Carroll. ...I10O OOO
liuiststue, modlm,l5 rs - 17,ouo
211 A st b o. mod lm. 11! rs s.ooa
llU2Mdavesw, mod Im.lurs 0,000
4lti N J ave ne, 11 rs )
HllOstse, modlm. 10 rs -l.omi
:C5 to a:u O et s e, modlm.srs each 4,oou
211 12th st b w, mod lm, 10 rs ;i,.',oo
.',1 K st i) e, mod lm, 10 rs s.six)
itltiJOihalae, I h, 10 rs 2kki
TWO-BTORY BRICK AMD FRAME JIOUSEB
r,o.i 7th st n o, r li, 8 rs J3.MO
6HCth btu e. fh.ru lm, 7 rs 2.S0O
SS5 K Capet n e.rh.mod lm,7 rs -. '.'.SCO
mo ll st u c, mod lm, 0 rs , 2,000
211) Del ave ne, t li, 6 rs l.bOO
81 toCOMyrtlost nob h, 7 rs 1,700
74,70,81. mi Myrtle st uc,7 rs 1,700
&9 Dit n e.O rs 1,650
S20 bill Bt II o. f ll, 7 rs 1.6110
218 nnd 220 Del ave n o, f h, 8 rs each 1.300
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR HALE.
N 0 nvo and E. 2d st and Publlo Square a o 40o
I) st. bet M mid 4lh 8 o 3co
Unnd lllh sts 8 o - 2to
E st. bet 12th and ntlistsn o 15c
oth st, bet Va nvo nnd K st s e 19o
K et.het lith and cth s e lio
K st. bet 11th and 12th a e Uo
Pn ave, bet lath and Mill sts s e so
15th st nud Pa ave a e Co
MOUSES FOR RENT.
3718 N st n w. mod lm, 13 rs f too uu
ico lull Bt n w, moil inn, 12 rs - si vi
FiirestHouse,:iON J.nven w, m i.airs... 75 00
l7Corcoran st n w, mod lm, lur, 10 rs 75 no
mn 11th st n w, mod lm, IS rs 75 00
IXjti M st u w, mod Imps, 12 rs. U 00
001 2lst n w, mod Imps, 10 rs CO (0
1017 Mst b w, possJimeS, mou Im.lors 60 ro
1420 2,!1 Bt 11 w, 3-ld and O st, 0 rs 35 00
(21 SUtli at n w, modlm, pass MaySl.tirs 35 00
BTORES AND OFFICES.
C29 Ln avo ll w, store, I rs S5 oo
C27 La ave u w store, mod lm,fi rs - s5 OO
ai2th stuw, mod Imps, store, 1 r 75 ou
lorn V st n w store, mod lm, Sis (is OO
11211 Ulh stuw, mod lm, Urs 30 in)
Olfp st n w. r 1, olllce a oo
Oth st and Pa ave, loom 5 ) 00
(lunloii Building u w. r 20 nnd 29 a ?
Room 13, cor Pa ave and oih st n w- 22 5'
In euros to suit at 6 per cent.
The above Is only a small portion of property
on my boolrs. For full list call at olllco for bulls-,
tins Issued on I stand 15th.
HAVING RECENTLY FITTED UP A
Photo -Engraving Establishment,
In connection with my PATENT PROOEBS,
am prepared to rnrnlsh
ILLUSTRATIONH AT NEW YORK PRICED.
Photographing on Wood for the Trade.
418 ELEVENTH BTREET HORTUWBT.