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THft "WASHINGTON OBT.TIO, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 8, 1885.
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'jfollthtaJtaUif, Sunday SxttpM,
he Evening Critic Publishing Company,
XIAL1.KT K1I.1IOU11N, I'reOdont,
IV. ftCOTT TOWKKS, Treasurer,
It. lit SYlA'CSTJIK, JMItor.
Ofilce, No. 0J D Street, Tost HiiUtllnt;,
Washington, P. O.
The Critic Tecephone Callib 111-2.
, terms: ,
Hlnrle Cory Cents
Hy Uarrlfr............... 33 Cents
Sy Hall, pottage paid, qn year ...1 l.no
Jiy Mall, postage raid, six months..,. a. 50
Mall tultcrtpttont ininrUihly In utlraiicf.
THE WASHINGTON CRITIC,
WASItlSdTO.T, lb 0.
"Monday,, June 8, 1885.
7VroM Itattng tJtf city for tin mmmtr can
7.it Tin Ciiitio tnalltU to thtlr addrttt at 10
tnt ;r month, poitaQ jtaM.
Jilt. 1'JIEI.FS IN PLAIN IILACIC.
The best-looking au at tho slnto ban
quet given on Saturday night, in honor of
jncn Victoria's blrthilay, wtw Mr.
rholps, tho new American Minister, whof
amidst nil the nnlciulor of gold nnil tlncl
in which other foreign diplomats were nr.
rnyed, appeared to best advantage in his
black dress-suit, ornamented with a simple
rosette. This is tl)c American style, and
we trust 11' will tievcr bo supplanted with
any gew-gaw innovations.
There aro those who think that it 111
befits the dignity of a great and powerful
fiovcrninrnt like this to bo represented on
ialT occasions like these with such
SovCrO - and conspicuous disregard
Of "European usages, but we sea
HO sound reason for doilliiK tho
jilaifl Democratic raiment iti which '6ur
Ministers havo always gone clad, and
donning tho garish garb of old-world
Vo borrow nothing from royalty and
imperialism, excepting examples to avoid;
why should we itch to wear tho lashioin
of their resplendent courts? Why at
tempt to ape customs that our forefathers
discarded when they threw oil' the yoke
of Kings to set up a Itepublic of their own?
Far better that our clothes be made to
match our institutions. They may bo
honiepun and sometimes baggy at the
knee-, but after all they much better lit
the ideas that were wrought out at Mon
mouth, Hunker Hill and Yorktown, tuan
would the "pomp and circumstance" that
waits upon nobility and dangles swords
between its knees to do queens and em
"Vc Mill insist that Mr. Phelps Was the
bht-looklng man at tho Victoiia banquet.
Jfwented English, French or German
jdn&es, he might appear grotcsquo and
out of place in sach a gathering of osten
tatious uniforms; but as we fcco him
through American spectacles, his Is tho
most conspicuous and impressive liuro
in the group. He is certainly not a
rropcr subject for criticism. To the for
tign representatives at our republican
court, wo allow whatever latitude of dis
play; their regulations require and mako
no note of It. The sanio courtesy has al
ways been accorded to American diplo
mats, at foreign courts, and tho country
lias sulVcred no loss of prestige in conse
quence. To have it otherwise would be
no sign of progress, but rather of, a re
lapse toward feudalism and king-craft.
TITK MONUMENT'S JJANOEK.
AVo arc not quite ready to believe that
iho Washington Monument has been
icaiedat such a mighty expenditure of
money, time and mechanical energy,
simply to be riven by thunderbolts, but
it is no doubt a tempting target for Jupitor
Tonans and in imminent danger of belli;?
hit. Jt will therefore devolvo upon Col
onel Casey and his assistant scientists, in
asmuch as the God of Storms Is not a deity
who can'be bulldozed into good behavior,
to devise some means for his propitiation.
It was a piece of presumption, perhaps, tj
penetrate Jove's upper airs in this high
jiandcd style, andsonicthingmoio than nn
aluminium tip may bo required to con
ciliate his wrathful lightnings, but what
ever the matter is, there should be no do
Jay in negotiations for peace.
To have this lofty structure rent and
shivered and toppled into fragments or
isdnt sprawling over tho Hats for want of a
rroper understanding with the envious
elements were a far more humiliating
catastroplio than even that which over
took the tower of Jlabcl.
So let tho Government .set its "lightning
calculators" to work. Jt is certainly
within the scientific range of an enlight
ened age, which burns electric lights and
runs electric motors, and wags electric
tongues, to avc the Monument from elec
tric desecration, Ity Jove, It must be
MLVEIl TIIKEAUS AMONG THE (IIH.I)
The reports of a compromise sllvor bill,
to vhfcli Messrs. Tjlden, Manning, War
ner and the prominent lepresentativcsof
all phases of tho silver question havo as
sented, aro pronounced at the Treasury
Department to bo entirely unfounded, so
far as any acquiescence on the part of tilt)
Administration or any of its representa
tives is concerned.
The eompiomi-o proposed, by which tho
coinage, of the 'silver dollar would be
fctoppwl, is as, yet little more than tho
proposition of its trainers. If It becomes
evident that It really embodies tiio views
of the silver wing of the Democratic party,
it will receive careful consideration at tho
hands of Hit! Administration.
Thus far Secretary Manning has not ro
garded tho proposition in that light and
has given It little attention, although
TieilOnry ollleials wiy that ho has ox
pressed disapprobation of some of Its pro
paod provisions and lias shown little dis
position td sock a compromise or dodgo a
fair light agaliit the silver coinage In Con
gress on thoiiierits of tliu question.
The new plan, however, propose) tho
issue of legal-tender silver cettiJlcutes on n
bullion basis and may prove the ground
woik font practicable and satisfactory ad-jii-tiiu-iit
urtho' pending eontrovevy.
THE MAK1NK HAND COXCKUT.
'I fie Marine JJitnd concert In the White
House ground on Saturday afternoon
brought together several thousand peo
ple. The music was excellent, tho weather
was favorable and the grounds in beauti
ful condition.' Miss Cleveland,' I'ostiuas-(cr-O'cneral
Vilas and ol.li.oivt vjpwcd the
scene fiom tho White House portico, and
many prominent persons mingled with
the erowd. The oiOinhly was well bo
Jiavld, well dressed and well pleased, The
natural amphitheatre formed by graceful
jnoiuids and handsome trees, with Its
i incrald carpet and its a'.ure dome, eonld
-Mnly bo put to nor better use than af
tluit' V,npAoi;Uii? character to m
oughttoboOf.P'-'rsons under such
pflect.-IColumb'he J'u'sHlcnt, the
Marino llond'nnd the people aro to bo
coiigratulatcd.upon the excellence of this
popular and Democratic entertainment.
Mifs J'iioeiik Couziks of St, Louis,
Deputy United States MaHial for the
Knstern district of Missouri, is In tho city,
nndJia.s resumed her pleasant relations
with tho Administration which sho
maintained ?o suCccs"fully for several
wieks following the Inauguration. Miss
Phoebe's father Is thoMarsluil for Eastern
Missouri, and was appointed by President
Arthur. Several envious Democrats nro
already anxious to succeed him, but If
they imagine that Miss Phoebe doesn't
stand solid ol tho AVhlto House, they
should have seen thcgrceliligsllo received
from Miss Cleveland on her arrival, Tho
Atlornoy-Gcnornl, jtis said, fairly beams
with delight when Miss Deputy Cousins
calls representing her father In the
tmiif fitting of olllcial business,
The Salvation Army has moved upon
AVashlnglon at last. The Captain fays ho
has been ordered hero to capture sonls.
There arc a good many oirenslvc Itopubli
can partisans and disappointed Democratic
olllce-seekcrs in town, with a .far-away,
monrncr's-bench sort (if it look about the
eyes, who aro doubtless open to negotia
tions, provided that the. Army will throw
in the requisite number of railroad passes.
Tun great danger of overwork receives
a new illustration in tho case of the Louis
ville cashier, who was found In Omnhn i
the other day with his mind completely
unbalanced and his account overdrawn
about $15,000. Little eccentricities like
Ihcso furnish a powerful argument against
imposing too much hard labor upon bank
A rr.insn aiked Colonel Uob Ingersoll
1 what a handsome set of Voltaire's works
in his library cosl him, and the latter re
llied, "The Governorship or Illinois."
- PEOPLE IN GENERAL.
Ex-MiMMEn Lowiu.j, will sail fiom Liv
erpool for Doston on Wednesday.
Skxatok Ei)Mims,-Mrs. Edmunds and,
Mr. Cyrus W. Field arrived in London
The nr.PT volume of General Grant's
memoirs will appear in November and
the last in March next.
Mh. Auuam S. Hewitt will preside at
the banquet to bo given to Minister Cox
in New TOrk to-morrow lilght.
Ex-Sunatoi: WillamAVaiineu of Ala
bama is in tho iron business ntTccumsch,
lit that Slate, and making money.
M.P. Hasdv, (editor of the Philadel
phia News, accompanies G.ovcrnor Dunn
and General II'. II. Dingiiam to Idaho.
Sol Smith Russell, the comedian, Is
residing in Dorchester, Mass., with his
father-in-law. William T. Adams, better
known as "Oliver Optic."
Suhax 1). Anthony will spend the sum
mer assisting Elizabeth Cady Stanton in
getting out the third volume of their
"History of Woman Sull'rage."
Senatoe Hawlev, accompanied by Mr.
W. H. Goodrich, his partner in tho Hart
foid Commit) will sail for Europe June 27
1UI .1 VISJt Ul ilUUUl ItYU JUUUL1J3.
AVm. C. Ewino, tho son of General Tom
Ewing of Ohio, is out in Washington Ter
ritory editing the leading newspaper of
the logging interests on the Skagit ltivcr.
Mil. Jons D, Maiue, son of tho lalo
John It. Marie, and Miss Florence Wuitc,
a niece af Chief Justice Walte, will be
married In Cleveland, O., June 18.
A committee of American residents in
the City of Mexico will go up tho Central
Itailroad to-day to welcome General Jack
ton, the new United States Minister.
Miss Saeaii Orne Jewett, the author,
who has been the guct of Mrs. James T.
Fields at Boston the past winter, w)ll
spend the summer at her home In South
MAi.vr.itK Hill Daenum, who graduates
next Saturday at West Point, is a son uf
General lJarniun.of Connecticut, and Is so
named because the dav ho was born. July
1, 1802, his father was lighting at Malvern
John C. IIeeo, formerly private secre
tary of President Arthur, being asked'
what Mr. Aithur was goug to do with
hiimelf) icplied like n Hash, "Going a-,
llslilng occasionally; there's nothing elso
lor an ox-President to do."
Phoffspou David Swino, In The Current
of June 0, has a paper entitled "The Earth
Without'Victor Hugo." Ho shows in what
resneets Hiun) was ureal, navs an elOnuent
tribute to Ids motives and anticipates tho
regard iir which ho will bo held by pos
terity. PiiEsiDENT Clf.velvnp, Gcucvals Grant,
fhcrman, Sheridan, Scholield and Pope,
Admiral Poller, Vice-Admiral llow.in,
and Itear-Admlrals Ahny, Hoggs, Nichol
son and Patterson and other have been
invited to attend the annual encampment
of tho Grand Army of tho Republic, Juno
2:), at Portland, Mo.
Mef. Wistee Moiinis of Philadelphia,
at her country seat near Oberbrook last
week, gave a Japanese dinner party to the
wife of the Japanese Consul at New York,
who has been visiting her. The Consul,
members of the Japanese Legation at
Washington and a Japanese engineer who
Is connected with tho Pennsylvania Jtall
load, ere present,
An EIkIiIIi CoiinIii to Mr. Cli:c:lulil.
Postmater W. E, Clark of Woodhaven,
I lias dlscoveieu mat, as a descendant.
Of the Hyde family, President Cleveland
rs eighth cousin to former Governor Tracy
of Cuiiuccticut. tiielatoGonoralSedgwiok,
General John i'ope. Judge Solden, and tho
I'oslmaster hinisolf, all in dill'erent lines
of descent. Hut it is not thought nt
AVoodhaycn that the postmaster will coino
under tho ban of nepotism. He is a ito
publican all over, N. Y, Sun.
A llefiiiiii With u llnKoi'vallnii. ,
A good old deacon In Connecticut w.v
very pious and very fond of clams. When
once upon a time lip attended a llliodo
Island clambake, bo overtaxed his ca
pacity and was sorely distressed, lint Ids)
faith in prayer was unabated. Leaving
the party, and going down on his knees
behind a tree, ho was heard to supplicate:
"Forgive mo, O Lord, this great sin of
gluttony. Itestoie my health, and 1 will
uovcr eat any morcclams." Thon. altera
judiclouspaii'C, ' Very few, If any, Amen."
ON Tim MI.K
'1 lie NHm flows on;
The hhadowsi'ieoiout toward tiio East;
Tho Ti mples lost In slleneo glow beneath her
Two innldfiis lost In swci'tamazo nt Natuto's
Mnud silent on tho River's bank and garo
Aeioss the lleseit Hands to when) tho towers of
While. Ilko the stills abuMi, The wolksoftho
Stamped with the haptens of a universal lovo.
"How perfect has (,ud made the world, '
TI)o other thought, How pet feet Is this work
ol Jr-ls doiiu. '
v)iat make the odds'
l.Mcli, taught to call lu-r Diflfy
Ily Its own iiaim-, ,,,, . M t
Met In tho icalin of thought and woislilped
thorn- r t " - - ,
A Miuioiiiing ul) uiikuovsii lo onoi a to thg
othei'iindtiriitood; , ',
yil Kncwnnt each or that Inllnltod of lOve
Which Is of Naturo and oriHin above T
- IMiefKchli Phelps, In the YaloLRerary Mag-Adne,
STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
l'lrcr Chipped from the AViisIiIiirIoh
The story of the freaks or lightning in
attacking tho capstone of tho Washington
Monument, which was graphically told
yesterday in the New York JlcrtiUl and re
published In this inoming's papers here,
tells about nil there is to toll. The bolt
Btruek the Monument a little nftcr 2
o'clock Friday afternoon, and was so
heavy that its presence was startllngly
felt In tho suporiutendent's ofllco, where
it utilized the telephone for a magnetic-
i pyrotechnic display.
ji appears irom me Hiaiuiiiciu oi inusu
employed about tho structure that light
ning is frequent whenever there is the
least shower, and they havo become so ac
customed to It that little attention is
usuallv nnld to the sliocks. but tills wasso
severe as to startle all hands, oven while
no damage to the shatt was at first sus
pected. Mr. P. II. McLaughlin, the superinten
dent of the. work, went to the top of tha
shaft early this morning to super vV-o some
minor work, and told a Ciutic reporter be
fore starting that he had examined the
roof carefully yesterday, but that there is
no sign whatever from tho inside, of tho
crack in the stone slab on tho north side,
Which shows from tho outside a woll-do-A
eloped crack. The fracture ofllie north
east corner of tho lower side of tho cap
stone Is trilling, but may bo seen, with the
nuked eye, although no one woltld dis
cover it unles attention was specially
called to the matter. When tiio fracture
of the capstone was discovered after the
storm hud passed, the inspector of tho
woik found on the uround four nieces of
,thc stone, which fitted together accurately,
and shows tho break to bo triangular in
shape, about four inches high and about
tho same length across the inner face.
Three of theso 'fragments arc In Colonel
Casey's possession, and the other is In this
Professor Rowland of Johns Hopkins
University arrived hero this morning from
Ilaltlmorc, and, in company with Pro
fessor Sihlon Ncwconib'und other scien
tists, visited the Monunicnt and made a
thorough inspection ol tho interior and
exomincd the external fracture with pow
erful glasses. AlLunlto in declaring that
the strips of phosphor-lnonzo that. aro set
in the vertical joints-of tiio roof had noth
ing to do whatever with dellccting tho
lightningfroiutboaluniiulum tip, Colonel
Casey has not yet definitely decided what
to do about repairing tho roof, but it is
certain that a now eap-stono will not bo
cut and ct. The split slab just below tho
cap will be replaced, and staging will bo
put up for the purposo some time this
week by Mr. McLaughlin, the superin
tendent. SPECIAL NOTICES.
vVC5i,0Fr'ICK OP T1IK COMMISSIONER:!,
, Wasiiinuton, June 0, 1883.
Notlco Is hereby Riven, pursuant to the net
of CongicssmakliiK appropriations for tho ex
penses of the covcrnment of tiio District of
Columbia for tiio llscal year ending Jmio 00,
3885, approved July 5, 1881, Mint no payment
will be miulo of any certificate Issued by the
lute llonid of Audit, of snld District of Colum
bia, under authority of tho act approved Juno
SO, 187-1. that shall not ho pro'ontcil for pay
ment within ono year from tho said 15th day of
.Inly, 1881. Tho presentation within thattlino
should bo mado to tho Trcasuicr of tho United
Ily older of tho Commissioners.
WASHINGTON SAN5 DEPOSIT CO.,
010 renna. Avo. N. W.
Tho Company will lent small pi Ivato safes
FIIIE AND DUJtGLAlM'UOOF VAULTS
fiom 15 to $100, according to size.
bllvcr Plato and articles of value may bo
stoiedand lnsuied for any length of tlmo at
vcryiensonablo charges. leil-ilm
SSSaNOW IS THE TIME TO GET AWN
IFS INUS, and
1IA1SLETT, 817 MAItKET SPACE,
Is tho man to mnko them.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAGS
Mado to oider at tiio shoitcst notlco and rca--
sonablo prices. myilO-lm
ST1NEMETZ & SON,
'KNOX'S" N. Y. HATS,
"YOUMAN'S" N. Y. HATS,
DRESS CASSIMERF. AND DERBY HATS,
MACKINAW AND OTHER STRAW HATS.
Hoys' and Children's Straw Hats.
Largo stock of lino Silk Vmbiell.is for Ladles
3rTiira received on storage. my2Ut
fc-TSai CERTAIN CHOLERA CURE
--S6 cures Cholera, Cholera Morbus,
Choleia Infantum, Cramps In Stomach and
Dial ilicea. It never falls whonusod as dhectod.
Alw ays keep It In your house! Can y It wherever
you go. Tho price Is within i each of all, and
j ou won't have to tako a dpzin bottles beforo
u-llel; It acts llko magic Diarrhoea Is tho
first stage of cholera, stop that and you pro
vent cholera. Certain Cholera Curo never falls
to stop it. au urucgists uecp it. a. nrown,
proprietor, Dos 351. Washington, D. C.
V(ga,aLYMONT EXCURSION GROUNDS.
Contractsfor Exclusions now In order. Cot
tnges and single rooms for lent. F. I-'iicund,
Caterer. Special ratos to Sunday-schools.
, L. It. TREMBLY. 527 7th st.
1728Pcnna. Ae. Ni V.
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
Suinmt.r, boaid Hy tliQ week, SO; by tho
month. 822. my 1 -3in
'PERSONAL TAXES. .--
, AssEhson's Office, D. C,
Wasiusoton, C. C, Juno 1, 1885.
Taxpayers, on porsonal propel ty at o hereby
notllied, In obedience to law, that, they mo
leouhod tumako out and leturn.to this ofllco
u statement of their personal property, under
04th. witliln foity-llyo days from this diUo, and
ir default' of such letuin tho Assossor Is re
ijulied by law to mako out such statement
lipm the neat Information tli.itc.an beobtalnod,
ni)d add thereto a penalty of CO per oentum.
Dlaiik schedules can bo obtained, at this
l!v order of tho Commissioners of tho DM
ROBERT P. DODGE,
3ol-llt Assessor; D. C.
"PROPOSALS FOR GENERAL SUPPLIES
J. FOR THE DISTRIC-P OF COLUMUIA.
OlTKEOK TIUl.EWIlNKiai COMMlSftONBIt,
Wasiioton, IJ, C, .May 27, 1885.
l!y direction of tllollo.udof Commlsiloneis,
sealed piopoals will ho leeelved at this ottlcu
until 12 o-cloek m., on MONDAY, JUNE 15,
1885, for furnishing tho vnilons blanches of
ion, lor uirnisiung mo viiwiiiih ijiuiiuuoi ui
0 Dlsti let government with general supiillos,
uniiilsliig stationery. Blank Formsand Pilnt
g, School Books, Furniture, Hardware Tin-
wtuo, aim siieet i.amps, numDors'.uiuoriai,
Giocerlcs, Boots und Shoes, Drugs, Glass,
Paints and Varnishes, Lumbsr, Forage, Meats,
Castings, Fuel. Dry Goods, Cement and Llmo,
Construction Matctlal mid Telephone Huppllo,
Blank fin ms and pioposals, tugethcr with all
Information, can bo obtained upon application
therefor at Room 17, Columbia Building, 4Hi
st. n, w.
Tha 1 ight Is icseryed to reject any or all bids
or pints of bids.
G. J. LYDEC'KER.
Major of Engineers U. S, A.,
in 20-1 III Eug'r Commissioner 1). 0.
)nOJ'0fMLS FOlt fcTATlONUllY.
a inmj t 11 rt ( iaui irrt !
Wasiiinuton, D, f May 12, 1885.
r-'ialed fnnposHls will bo roeolved at this Do
pill tmeiit until 12 o'ulook in. on Vedno-,day,
.luno 21, 3885, lor furnishing Stationery tor
tho ue of First and second Clavs Poatofflces
for one year from July 1, 1885,
Bhuikfoiinsor pioposals showing tho Items
mid estimated quantities required, tyetlicr
w tli uheular relating thereto, wll bo fill'
lilkhul on application to this Department. ,
Propositi should bo addt'used to tho I'lmt
Viislsfant Po-itmnstor-General, and lndotFu.1
"Piopials for situtloiiery "
Jho Postmaster Ginieml leserve the light
Sharplees Candy Store.
fJreat iK-dnctiou, in Prfees. Entire iitocta st
Lets bnn wit.
041 1'ENHA. AYENUIi
Another Grand Move Toward
an Increase in Business.
W'caio now building an extension of 05x
117 feet to our nlready mngiilllcont establish
ment, which, when finished, will glvo us tho
finest Show Rooms In tho Unltod Status, Wo
havo tho finest Elcctrio Light In tho country,
mnking at night our entire building M bright
as tho finest day In sunlight. ..No hent of. gas,
or from tho cnglno running t K.-ilcctrio Light,
as one would lmaglno, hocv'Uu tho store Is
cooled by 13 largo Patent fans, distributed
throughout tho building, making a brcozo
equal to that felt on ono ot our steamers Wiillo
sailing against tho wind on tho Potomac All
of this Is worth seeing, and you nro cordially
Invited to coma and enjoy tho breeze, whether
or no you wish to purchase. Wo havo oomo to
tho eonoluslon that wo havo moio goods and
less money than wo want to carry out our now
cnterpilsool running our building through to
Eighth sttcet. Wo shall open tills now ad
dition, with now goods only.v Wo shall com
meneo to inn off our present stock, without
regard to cost. Our assortment Is large, much
larger than nccc ssary to carry. Wo will, must
ond shall sell. Call and bo convinced that It
Is a plcasuro to deal with LANSUURGH &
DltO. No misrepresentations aro made. Every
article Is guaranteed as represented or money
300 pieces Beautiful Satteens.at I2c
300 " Extra Fine " at - 18c
300 " Finest, Figured Batiste, 16c
'I hco ai o good vnluo at 25c per yard .
100 pieces Colored Nuns' Veiling,
yard wide, at I2jc
100 pieces Colored Lace Bunting,
yard wide, at I2c
The regular pilec of these goods Is lOe. They
aio tho greatest bargains over offered, and
must be closed.
500 pieces Fast Color Lawns al 4c
300 pieces Yard-wide Lawns, tho most
select patterns, at 7c per yard.
Theso aro advertised by other merchants as
a Olive at 10c.
2 cases English Cheviot at 8c per yd,;
Our 8c Dress Gringliams
Aro superior to ony offoiod In this city
l2H!c.; woith 25c.
Oui laundeied Shirts
at 7fic arc equal to any custom-mado Shirts.
Do not fall to see them.
All Linen 4-Ply Collars at Be. '
3,000 p'ec3s of Sil', all reduced
fully 30 p.ir cent. Wa have the largest'
Stock cf Silk j couth of Now York.
Our Remnant Room
on tho Tlilnl rioor Is Immense.
AVnmsuttn Cotton nt 8c per yard.
Striped nnd 1'liild Oigiindles at 10c
ltomnants of .Sbenllug and 1'llInw-Cuso
Cotton nt lialf-prlco.
Keinnnnts of Small Patleins l-'ngllsli
Duclt for lloyn wear at Hot woi Hi Sfle.
Itciiinants or Dross Goods at oiia-tblnl
their value, and
Thousands of other Eemuants
Our stock Is complete In every depaitmont.
No pains will, bo spared to mako this the
grandest closing out sale over attempted In
Until 8 o'clock.
LansbuFgh & Brother,
420, 422, 424 nnd 426 Seventh St.
PERSONAL- HAPPY THOUGHT- HAVE
J. tho children's pictures taken every birth
days cabinets, S'i.OO per dozen. Lardner, 1127
Pa, nvc. . JoS-;it
COPIES 01' NEW INVENTION GIVEN
away to learn to sing and play piano
and organ iniluk by note. 1007 E st.i plomo
TO AUT STUDENTS AND PAHBNT8-AT
tho National Academy of Kino Arts, oor.
38th st. and N. Y. avo.. one cnnrcecUa tho
mot thoiough IniUriictloii In every stylo of
drawing and painting! yenis of study saved.
Jlrs. Imogeno Hohlnoou Morrcll, tho founder
nnd teacher, hns hnd VI medals, and studied
15 years In Kutopo with tho most celebrated
nrtWs. Those commencing Immediately will
bo received for tho Hummer at half-price.
Children's Saturday class $10 per year. JeO-af
rtAUTION-HAllT'S INSECT POWDEIt H
J sold only In tin bote, with his trade
mark on tho lid, and Is not iold loose; Imlst
on having Hiu I'm powder; refuse all Imitations;
tho best Is tho cheapest. JctKltf
TAMES ItUTHEItFOIH). DKALKH IN FINE
J Family Grocei lesand Provisions; also Wines
Hnillilmiiirs, ooo I) st. n,w. Specialty mudo
of Pure Aldcn Fruit Vlnegnr.
DIt. LEON, THE OLDEST ESTAHLISHEI)
nnd only reliable. Ladles' Phvlchin In the
city, can bo consulted dally, -1(1 1 O St., but. -1H
and Oth st. n. w. Prompt treatment. Corre
spondence and consultations otrlctlyi confi
dential. Separate rooms for ladles. Ofilce
always open. je5
1JMT8I FITS! FIT.SI-ANYONK HAVING KP
' llcpsy who will call ntNii 518 Tenth stivct
noithwcst, for examination and treatment,
slinll bo cuicd or no charges made.
jc'. Ot O. W. ltOHIHN8, M. P.
rpiIK FOItSYTH CAFE, 518 10TII ST., IS
X now fuinlshed with swinging fans over
eachtnhle; no heat; no files; and tho best 15
cent meal In the world. Wo study tha comfort
of our patrons. lot
TATTE1!S0N STILL HB11VES THOSE EX-
-I. cellentmeals for 15 ets. Call and try. Lo
Droit Dining Itooms, Bl'i Fst. n. w.
TXHAWINQ AND PAINTING-THE I1EST
Jl' and cheapest plaeo to learn drawing and
painting Is at the National Academy of Kino
Aits, cor. 18th st. nnd N. Y nve.; all commotio
liiglmmedlntoly will 1)0 leeelved at half-price;
children's Saturday chijis $10 per year; olasios
alter i o'ciock tor ino'.o m mo uenarimcnn,
THE very best
made. Sold by
all stationers, V.
Bond 7 two-cpnt
stamps fnrsAmplodoz. tn Washington Phono-
grnphlc Hcartqimrtcrs. Washington. D. O.
TyPE-WIUTlNG DEPAUTMESTj 0LI
gispu onice; export oporators; wortt
called tor ond delivered. Gtilt by telaphone,
L'nllgrnph onice, o:K V at. myB-tr
L. EERVAND, 1012 PENN. AVE., EN-
graver. Plato and 50 visiting curds, 80
conts; CO cards from same plato, 45 cents;
100 cards printed from pliuo, 75 cents.
MEDICINE FOB POOH.
All Diseases cured.
ocl3 Cor. 1H st. and Mil, ave. b. V7.
ADIES "COMPOUND PILLS OF TANSY"
ore perfectly snto and always effectual.
Healed pnitlculnrs, 2c. Wilcox Specific Medt-
clno Company, Philadelphia, I'o. tu-th-3
ADIES-1'F.NNTKOYAL PILLS ("OaiCHES-
ter's English"), tho only genuine, sate,
certain and effectual. Sealed particulars, 4c.
Ohtcboetor Chemical Co., 2313 Madison sq.,
rnilndelpulB, Pa. 1y23-cod
FOn ! RENT..:ROOMS.-
Advertisements of Tlirro Lines under this bead
Inserted three, timed lor 25 cents.
"l?01t RENT-TWO LARGE ROOMS ON 1ST
Jr lloor: and alo rooms on 2d lloor. 120
30th ht. 11. w.
170R IlENT-ONE LARGE. FURNISHED
: 100m on. second lloor for $10; also, ona
unnller room at $1 or part of furnished house
veiy leasonahlc. Apply 1 lit Mass. ave. n. w.
17011 RENT 1 PARLOR BED-ROOM, FUR
; nlshed. Itt per month In advance: 3d lloor,
I .. ....... IW, .1.1. ..- m . . ..T.i...
' . lUUIIl-J. PUIUU ll'llUI. (IAIWU1DV. Ii V., tilT
tint for summer. lea-Jt" ,
17 Oil KENT-UNFURNISHED 2ii-ST0RY
Jv' lKintioom, with bay-window; SUpermo.;
imiiMicd ball-room, including gas, $5 per mo.
1107 3d st. 11. w. 1e0-ilt
170R 11ENT-A LONE LADY WILL GIVE
: to a plain, icspootablo woman a furnished
loom, rent liec, fur her company, at 121) 0 st.
pro 1 lQTHST.-FOllllENT TWONEATLY-
I Oi furnWicd slnglu rooms, very desirable,
for gentlemen; nlso, hull 100111.
T?OR HENT-A NEWLY-FURNISHED
JD fiont room; pilvato family; terms mod
natc. Apply nt 727 nth st. 11. w. 1ol-3t
FOR SALE HOUSES.
if OR SALE-NEAT 5 ROOM BRICK HOUSE,
JJ on streut-cnr lino; rents for SI 2; lot 20x
300; pi ice $1,150.
Gieen & Brv.uit. 51 1 llth
si. n. w.
Iron SALE-A NEAT BRICK HOUSE, SIX
3 rooms and bath; hot and cold water; Lu
nelle; pike 2,feoo. Oicen is Bryant, 51 1 nth
st. n. w. Ju5-;it
T70II SALE WILL
HELL AT A nARQAIM
X; or exchango tho
now bilek house No.
3t0b nth nt. n, w.i contains (1 rooms nnd Imso
ment, bath room, range, latrobc, etc,, and Is
nicely finished: cars every live minutes. A,
I.I031I, Marshal Law bnlldliig, 310 4(j st. 11. w.
Advertisements of Tbree Lines under this head
Intertnl.tliree tiuies for 'ii cents.
TL?oil RENT-SOME ONESTORY HOUSES;
JC alAO, lurnlsiied or uiiiiiriiisiied rooms;
goods packttl and stored
Apply at 11
uve. 11. w.
! 15UI S st. 11. , H 100ms, mod. Imps.
313L'bt. s. e 10
1115 Nst.lt. w 8 " " "
300 K st. it. w., store and ilwclllii','.
1220 V St. 11. w., storeioom.
Real Kstnto Agent,
Je-l-lino 121(1 Fst. n.w.
1?0R RKNT-FURNlSlIED-TIlE HAND
X: Fiimopiopeitycul'. lOtliimd N sts.n.w.,
11)01. 'Iholurnltui'o Is newutul tho house lately
p,lpeicd throughout. For fuitlier liifoi'inatlon
nijil peiinlssliui to seo tiio piopeity apply to O,
V. tiui'ii. 3113 7th st. 11. w. inv2'i-2v
7 FOR SALE LOTS. 7
"17011 SALE-FINE PLOT CON PAINING
J IMI17 s(. feet, fronting on tluco strouts,
will be sold Including a lulek dwelling at
tho low pi leu of 50o. per sq. foot. Tyler A;
Rulheifoid, 122(1 Tbt. II. w. fell (It
T?OH SALE-NICE IIL'ILDIKG LOTS ON
JJ 10th st. ii, o., near B, at 20 cents a foot;
ens, water, sewer; pel fcit title.
A si, M. II.
l?01t SALE-A BEAUTIFUL LOT ON 12TII
V st.,bet.Banil('ts.s. w.,21 ft. 8W In. front,
iiiniiliu,'haok to a 30 it. alley und alloy on sldo
of lot iiltoi can build on front and roarot lot;
must bo sold nt onco. A. S. Caywood. cor. nth
and K sts, n.w. lo2 (It
-VXTANTED -fO BORROW FOR li MONTHS
VV WO, for which I will glvo four semi
monthly payments of $15" each (5(!0 in .ill),
commencing June 30. Addiess F, E. W., t'rltlo
SXTTANTHD TO BUY
FOR CASH. THREE
is: brick or iraino: In
W or (l-room liousos; brick or i
good repair; between Oth nnd 13th, D nnd 0
bis. n. w.j noiio but owner need apply. Addross
Box 1). Ciltlo oillco. lnS-3t
COLORED TISSUE PAPER,
Pino Tar Moth l'nper, Paper and Envelope.
KOP nnd St)7 1) St. Niirthwest.
national Metropolitan Fire Insurance Co.,
OlOJ'cinia. Aw. N, V., H'iisIiIiibIoii, D.C.
CASH CAPITAL, SIOO.OOO.
KinvAuu ci.AitK, ire.
NAuir.i, citoss, hco'y.
A37 BEVENTII 8 T. NORTHWEST.
O. P. BURDETTE, Sole Agent.
SI N. MEYER, 922 7Ui St. H. W.
GOLD AND 81I.VEK TBlMMlNd.
Kc&utBCturer ot BaDocre, 0ud ana Boclety
VtAtttt, iucaiiai, tc.
r1SiiimiJfiiW-j 1"-r -J
Advertisements ol Tbice Lines under this head
Inserted three times lor 2( cents.
WANTED-A NEAT Glltl.TO DO GENEflAL
homework in a small family. Call at
1817 intli st. n. w. heforo noon. I cB-.it
V alo two good waiters. Apply Immedl
nlelyntOQBFst. n, w. Je8-!It
WANTED-TWO COMPETENT GERMAN
gills desiro situations In American fam
Hies. Innulro 1127 10th st. n.w. lel-iU
-t1TANTKl)-A WIIfTE AVtiMAN POtt GEN-
VV end IioiioWork; family of tluve; no
cooking. Apply at 'J2J A St. 9. o.
mTANTKD-A GOOD WOIIKING HOUSE
W keeper; good recommendation i cqutrod;
vppiy U) JllIB, M
J. Colley. Tho Clarendon,
loi N. Y. avo.
WANTED-A COMPETENT WHITE
woman for general housewoiK; au Irish
Cathollo or Geiman preferred; enn go homo
nights. Apply, after 0 o'clock p. m., at 1)18
Fi cneh St. Jet-tl t
WA"WrPTi,n,"r KENSINGTON Al
uAIMJjU Co., female help to do.
light, pleasant woik at their homes. Sent bv
mall promptly to any address; no canvassing;
eav to learn, and any into can earn from $7
to Jtio jn-r week. For full Infnrmallon nddiojs
Kensijhiton Aiit Kooms, 11) Pearl St., ItoslOn,
Mn.. Box C078. my-l eO'll'2t
WANTED HELP MALE.
Adverllscraents ot Three Lines under this head
lnstrled tluce times for Vt cents.
W" ANTE11-A COLOUED MAN Oil YOUNG
man who enn cook plain food for couple
of young men In tho country,, and must know
hoWtodiivo n horse; light Work and good
home to ono who can glvo city references;
wages, jo or $8 per month. Adless Itnritl,
Critic, office. , o8-nt
WANTED-A WHITE HOY, 10 YEAKS
old, to dilvo nnd woik about tho housci
Addiess A.. Crltloolllcn.
WANTKD-A COLORED HOY, HETWEEN
1 1 nnd 10 years of ago, who can make
himself generally useful In a store; goodrcf
eiences wanted. Call at 528 0th St. n.w.. St..
Cloud building. JeS-3t
VV eleik with good reference.). Ailuro,
ptntlnglat place ol einploymcnt, G,
Advertlsementn of Three Lines under tUU bead
Inserted three times for M cents.
Wantei-i)ya young roi.mtEn'oiuT,
a uhico ns chainhormiild and to do plnln
sewing; good reicicnces; win
ply nt 1108 20th st.
leave city. Ap-
WANTED-DY A RESPECPAllLE C0L
oi ed girl a situation as nurse or
chambeimnld or to assist with general house
work; willing to go traveling; best of refer
tnccs. Apply at 203 L st. s. w. ler.-iit
WANTED-1IY A COLORED LADY, DRESS
mnklng or plain sewing bv tho day or
week; ehlldicn's clothes a specialty. Call or
address No. 415 Cth st- s. e.; terms moilernte;
Mrs. M. N. Jol-3ty
WANTED-A LADY WOULD LIKE A Po
sition as companion or nsslstanUto an
elderly lady or couple; terms very moaernto
for a good home. Audiess MIssS. G Llbeilv,
Advertisements ol Three Lines under this head
lrscrted three limes lor 25 cents,
WANTED-DY AYOUNG COLORED MAN.
a situation ns waiter or to attend to a
horse; eangUe best of references. Apply at
IIUI) 4 tli lit. 11. w.. bet. 12and 1 o'clock. 1c5-3t"
Adrertlsemeuts of Tbrce Lines under this head
Inserted three tiroes tor 23 cents.
W nlshed front room, nnd no questions
asked. Addiess Peter, Ciltle ofilce.
TXrANTED-TO HOY A SECOND-HAND
TV lawn mower; must ho In good condi
tion. Addiess l'ostouico tiox 010.
WANTED-TOBUYFOR THE NEXT FIVE
days, a horso and wagon, cheap for
casli, nnd 100 second-hand stoves and rcfi Igcra
tins during tho summer months. Apply nt
1723 Pa. ave. n. w. fol-3t
WANTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT DR.
Taylor, 03 1 F stiect, near Tenth, makos
beautiful sets of artlolllal toeth for 5: guaran
teed to glvo full satisfaction; extracting with
gns. chloroform or local anesthetics, 50 cents;
witnoiu, 2. cents: iiiuntr at very low pncos.
Advertisements of TbrM Lines under this head
Inserted three tlmen lor 22 cents.
W VA vW-"W V JVVWX ..VM1V
OR SALE-A DARGA1N; 3 ACRES AD
lolnlnif Natlonnl Fah-Giounds: will soil
for $750 If sold Immediately. A. 8. Caywood,
cor, llth nnd K sts. n. w. Je5-3t
QUMMER BOARDING-CONTEE'S STATION,
D Mil., I). O. It. It.: laigo brick mansion,
icecntly put In peifeet order; location high
and healthful; hnudsoma giouuds: stntion on
tho place; 35 minutes rldo from Washington.
Address Oakland, Ciltlu ofllco 1o2 (It
THE LA PIERRE, B. W. CORNER OF TENTH
and u streets, ana tho Lochiol, 512 Ninth
Bt. n.w., with pleasant rooms and good board,
nrorecommondoa to permaneut and transient
boarders. 1 Jyia
"jVTONEY TO I.OAN'-
lu sums from 11 to $10,000 'on Real Estate
Apply at Kennedy's National Bank Agoncy,
720 Fifteenth st. lo8 (It
I HAVE MONEY '10 LOAN ON GOOD REAL
estate or collatsial security at lowost rates
or Interest. No dolsy when security Is good,
o. 0. OREEN, Roam 1, Flromon's building,
cor. 7th and La. avo. apl-l-tt
PIANOS AND MUSIC.
WVAWVV.VAM v.WAAA AAAAAAAAW.VV
W. G. METZEROTT & CO.,
1)03 Pennsylvania Avenue, second door west
of Ninth street,
SOLE AGENTS TOR
Ohickering and James & Holmstrom
And all MUSICAL, INSTRUMENTS.
iEniersoii,Steclc & Bau's Pianos
' Wilcox ti Whlto and Ktmbill
orcnuB. l'lanoa and Organs eold
on installments, ronted or exchanged ; rout ap
plied it purchased.
HENRY EBERBACH, 915 F St.
Managing partner ot tho late urm of Elllai Co,
Dyckerhoft Portland Oeinenfc,
Tliobtiongcitanil Best Known to tha Trade.
II. I CRANFORl).
Solo Agent lor Dlstilct of Columbia.
Ofilce, 1-I1H F uliect noithwest.
Wuicliouse, II. Ii. Blscou's wharf, foot of
Tenth ntreet BOtithwcst.
Omleis promptly tilled anil deliveries made to
any pint of the city.
r.RANOI,lTHIC' ARTIFICIAL STONE,
AM'HAI.TUM, NEUCHATKI, M.WI'IL,
Miects, hldewalks, Mahler llnseineiiU and
("elliir Floois, or wherever a holld, .Smooth anil
Humble Fiicment or Floor Is leqillieil.
Oitlerspiomptly attended to and all work
guiiranteeil for tho term of llvo years.
AlliepipsentatloiH tluittlio above woik, as
noWfPerloum-d by mo, In mil hilrliigoment on
imy lights ol othcis, or that anyeomt has so
held lshicouect. , .
I giintanteo nil patrons of my woik against
iui olulnio or mills lor 'I'J'W. .
Telephone Call No. 881. ,
W: R. SPEARB,
TJ3STXD B K.T A-IC BIt3
KIO V BTIIKE'P NORTHWEST.
Everything strictly Urst-clona and ou tho
most reasonable- tonne, (Camp Chairs to litre
tor all occasions.) rnyl-lyr
'Swire and fionsefflniisliiiig Goods,
AT LOW PRICES.
H. HOLLAN DER, Agent D"' ,a l$ZgtiJS!Umt'Mn 'M J
108 DKTETH HT. HORTHWECT, 01S HKVSNTK BTRKJET HOKTIHTBaTi & M
A tllAUGH'S Ovnnil Opcrn-llouse.
Every Evening. No Saturday Matinee
If HA DIAVOMI.
Miss .1EANNIE WINSTON as Fra D lavolo.
Admission 25 ets.
IMU MUSUtiai. Pa. avo., near 11th st.
Itr Sneolnl ItPOliest
-MEttsItS. WHITE A PUHVIS
Will exhibit their Tamous
DOG, MONKEY AND PONY ClltCUrf,
Three Days anil Nights .More,
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.
Admission 10 cents.
JL SUMMER OAKDRN.
Gruml opening this wcok, Comincnclng Mon
day, Juno H.
8VMAMIE DKMORKST'S FEMALE MIN
STRELS. Tako In tho coolest plncohl th
elty. Mntltltcs Tuedny, Thursday mid Sat
nrdny. A FIIKK COWCEllT AND IJANUI1
Without Muelclaufl or Musical KnowleJgc,
nil can havo who purchase ono of
rilOFESBOR M. GALLVS
Seo them, hear them and get muela tuts at
0, L. WILD fi BRO.'S,
700 Sovontb 9t. n. w.
tVAJV SAAA.A XV.A V
pll Al'i:i I'OINT. CII Al'UI. POINT.
Long Branch Of tho rotomao.
THE STEAMER GEORGE LAW
Will mnko tegular Excursions every Sunday,
Mundny, Wednesday and Satin day, 8:30 a. in.;
laurnlngnboulltp. m. Tickets 50o. Schrre
der music. Meals 5()o. at tho Point. Leave
from Hleamci- Mattano's wharf. lofl-lm
rpo GLY.MONT. 1'AMILY EXCHRSIOM
X even- SATURDAY, commencing JUNE (I.
Steamer Mary Washington leaves I) a. m.; back
nt (I p, m. Fnrc, loiind trip, 25c; children, lOo.
Good music. For tickets or rntcs to schools,
call at Picture Mine, 527 7th st. I. It. TREJI
BLY. Excursion Malinger. Je3-lm
"VfT. VEKNON 1 MT. VEIIKONI
BTEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Leaves Bftventli-ttreel whrf dlly, except Eon
dy, for Ml. Vernon. nt 10 o'clock, in,; retnrnlnir,
renches Wuhlugton bout 3.30 p. m.
L. h. BLAKK, Captain.
WANTED-TO EXCHANGE NEW STOVE
for old ones nt Uutlor's Stovo Excbango
corner 5th and E ets. Hmoky chimneys curod
or no pay. Stoves exchanged tor grocerlo
Old stoves bought.
BUSINE8S EDUCATION for young and raid
dlo aged mon and womon. Spring and
summer sessions of tho Sponcerlan UuBtnees
College, corner Ninth and V sts. n.w. Rapid
writing, bookkcoplng, rapid calculations, Eng
lish language, stenography, typo-vrrltlng, etc,,
thoroughly taught. Tuition: Year Irom data
ot entrance, day or night, $00: tnreo months,
day, $20; utgbt, $11: ono month, day, ii;
night, $5. Rapid writing only 12 lessons $3.
Call or sond for circulars.
HENRY 0. SPENCER, Principal.
8ARA A. 8PEN0ER, Vlco-Prlnclpal.
NORWOOD INSTITUTE, 1212 AND 1211
14th St., near Idth-st.Ulrclo. Select Board)
lug School tor young ladles, Session '8,VS(t
opens Septembor 30, 1885. Early application
neceesary, as number of boarders will bo
THE no WE B0SINES8 SCHOOL, 537 8EV
ontn stroot n, w., short, condensed course
in practical bookkeeping, rapid penmanship
and English branches at modorato rates ol
tuition. Morning, afternoon and nlgbt ses
sions, Clvll-servlco preparation a spoclalty.
Shorthand, Elocution and Mathematics by a
np30tf 3. n. BRYANT, Principal.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
Tjr.Al ESTATE l!UIiI.ETlN
TH09. E. WAGOAMA.N, 017 F ntreet.
(Changes Bade Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
THRKE-STORY RRIOK AND FRAME
iioosEa ro salk.
153 Mass ave and 150 1 st. mod Imp, Irs f COCO
451)1 stnw.fh.4rii 6W0
--U K st n w. f h, mod 1m 0 ono
I'JOS 6tb st n w, mod 1m, !) rs S.ioo
(Ot Cth si n w, mod Im, 8 rs 4 COO
SOS Mil bi n w. mod Ira. 8 rs 4.SCO
s II st n w, b h, mod Imps, 8 rs Io
SOT Cth Bt. n.w.. mod. Imp., 8 rs.. 4.410
519 Jt Bt n w, mod Im S rs 4.20O
07 N Capt st n w, mod Im, 10 rs 3,500
0)7 N st n v, 7 rs 3,-:0O
TWO-STORY BRICK AND i'RAMB H0U3E8
11-21 Bt n w, mod lnins, 8 r 11.W')
sonelreesat, mod Imps, 7rs -MM
2042 Boundary st n w. b h, mod lm. 0 rs 2.500
1210 19th stnw. b h sra 2.500
Hixibtb st n w, mod Imps, Mrs 2,137
1743 and 1745 lit li sin w, bh,modlm,6 rs- 2.100
817 4th st n w. l li, mod Im, 6 rs 2 ooo
2024 Unimdnrv Bt n w. 1 li. S rs 2.000
1IS0 lrth t n w. 1 li, Sis 1,1)10
2C0S K sin w, fh, I rs 1.500
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR HAI.K.
II st. bet Bill and Clh n w ft. is
8 p cor 15111 nnd O n w J.25
2.1 st, bet F and O bis ii w 1 CO
r,th at. bit L and 1 sts l.OO
1 Bt, bet 1st and N J ave n w 1.00
I st, bet 2Jil and 24ili sis H'c
Tet.betlStbaiid lull n w COo
lot st, bet I ami K n w lc
2iUh st, bet Knndl. n w in:
Mass ave, bet F ami N Cap sts u w tCc
HOUSES FOR RENT,
Mi) T st ii w, mod Imp", l.l rs t'- so
1HI7 M st n w, mod lmpi, 10 rs so m)
14JU.V1 st n w, mod Imps 6 rs. 33 W
tJl '.Mth st n w, mod Im, 8 ra ft no
::iii ki; m n w, a rs :r, oo
cilUliliBtn w, modlm.S rs ) 28
KU7, iTii-iaml nil Kin si n w, n rs 11 on
I'ico T st u w, mod Im , 7 rs 25 W
716 19th Bt li w, 2 rs, mod lm 25 00
7i'S Q Bt n w, (I rs 2) OO
bTOREM, OFFIOE.-S AND BTABLK9. ,.
&20 La avo n W. More, 4 rs 1S5 ou
on La avo n w atom, mod lm,5 m - i-l 00
312111b Btnw, mod Impi, store, 1 r 75 CO
1U19F al n w store, mod lm, Srs (!5 CO
'Jib at and Pa ave, room 5 25 no
ois 1' st n v, r I, olllce 30 (O
(.union molding n w, r20.. M 10 oo
nunton Building n w, room a 1 7(0
Stable In rear of 1115 lltli Bt n w 25 Oil
blnble in rear ol IMS I. st n w IS 25
In Bums to suit at 6 per cent.
The above Is only n amall portion of property
on my bonVs. For full list call at olllce for bulle
tins Issued on 1 Bt and IStb.
CARPETS AND FURNITURE.
316 Seventh Street.
And Upholstery Materials.
415 Sovonth St. N. W.
carpote, Furniture and Upholstery, New
Cantou Mi)ttiugs, a largo HtocK ot Baby Car
riages, und tho eolobrated
Window Bcroenu and tho Celebrated Wooa
Loose Covers for Furniture n Specialty,
Carpet, Furniture, Boddina, Dra
pery and Upholstery Wnrerooms.
TV- KC- HOEKE,
601 MARKET SPACE, 308 & 310 Bth tit. n. W.
W. OE-Xi- VBBKHOFP l4iFn
nT '" J