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THE -WASniSTGTOSr CBTTIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JU&E 12, 1885.
The Evening Critic PublisliIngCompany,
IIAI.I-V.T KILIIOUHN, President,
W. SCOTT TOWKItS, Tronsurnr,
11. II. SYLVESTKIt, Kdltur,
Office, No. Oil I) Street, Post llulldtiig,
Washington, r, O.
The Critio Telephone Call ib IH-2.
Hlnglo Copy................. .....,,.. ,.......'i Cents
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By Mll,TiotK pM, six month..,....... i n.so
Ja(! tuticrlpttont invariably In advance,
THE WASHINGTON CRITIC,
Washinotow, B. O.
Friday, June 12, 1885.
Tfrtont leaving th city for tht unnmir can
hate Tim Critio tnetUe d to their attJmt'at 40
ceuttptr WCiW, lXtare ;ki'u
1 ' ' I !!) ! I II
Tim DISTRICT OI'TICIIS.
ThcrQlsiiooflicoiri the District of Co
lumbia, coming within tho category of
fieshlcntlnl appointment, . which good
men, rcsiilonts of tho District, cannot bo
fonnil to fill. The nintcrlnl nt band is of
the heat aunltj Thoro Is no ilou,bt nhout
There nro men hero capable of filling
with honor any position In tho gift of tho
Administration men of high standing in
nil tho professions, men Of progress! vo and
enlightened views on public nlfiiirs, men
who have lived hero long, and not only
reflected credit on tho tfatioiul Unpit.il by
their genius, but aided largely by their
liberal and well-directed enterprise In
making Washington tho beautiful and
picperouscity thnt it is. No ono can
question for tt moment the practicability Of
llndlng in such a. list of worthy citizens
tho men to hold nil places of trust under
the District government.
'l'lio principle, too, is a correct ono tltat
those who nrc most closely and honor
ably identified with the progress of Wash
ington, who have Invested their capital
here, who have borno the brunt of tho
great battle of improvement, and who ex
pect to end their days and leave their
property hero should bo given preference
in the distribution of the local patronage
at the disposal of tho President.
Hut how is the President to determino
his choice in the matter? He is, no doubt,
desirous of pleasing tho people of the Dis
tiict, if for no other reason because ho Is
one of their fellow-citizens and expects to
lemain hero four years at least, nnd, pos
sibly four years more. Uut whero thoro
is a general scramble for place it is a mat
ter of extreme difficulty to mako selections
thai will not displease moro people than
they please, and whoro there aro so many
factious interests involved, each clamor
ously protesting Its claims to recognition,
how rfinll ho harmonize the discord7
Wo confess our inability to nnswer our
own interrogatory; but if Tin: Citmo wcro
n candidalo for any ofllcc it would consent
to o into a caucus with the rest of tho
candidates, pool its issues for tho common
goodt make any concession that pointed to
peace, agree to any compromise that would
himplify the situation, withdraw our own
aspirations if called upon to do fo, votofor
anything and everything that was decent
to keep the local olliccs in tho hands, of
local men, and abide by the action of tho
' caucus as though wo had sworn to it on a
Mack of both versions of the Bible.
Wc do not say thai this is. tho tiling to
do, but it suggests at least tho spirit that
ought to prevail, and unless our District
friends can como to some amicable conclu
sion among themselves, it may be that the
President will find himself compelled, as
the readiest way to solve tho conundrum,
to go outsido for his appointments and fill
tho offices with importations.
TOO MANY TJTAHS.
Bishop Ilowo of Pennsylvania, in his
address beforo tho Diocesan Convention nt
Rending upon the present marriage and
divorco laws of the State, deprecated tliolr
laxity with great force and earnestness.
"JIavo wo not," ho asked, "in easy dl
vorccsnnd frequent romnrriages. polygamy
as bad in essence, though not so openly
proclaimed, as among the Mormons."'
Thq inquiry is an important aid perti
nent one; nor would it bo difficult to
show thnt tho Gcntilo system is much
uiorc demoralizing than the Mormon, and,
ns a consequence, in quito as much need
of lcgislntlvo remedy. Tho Utah Commis
sion may answer tho particular purposo
for which It was created, but its epherq of
operations is too limited, geographically.
Itought to bo multiplied by thirty-eight.
What is wanted is a comtnUsion in every
State and Territory to remodel existing
statutes nnd pave tho way to ono of the
greatest nud most urgent of all reform1).
Mr.. Stilbqn Hutcmks of tho New
Hampshire House of Itoprcsentntivcs was
honored by Speaker Aldrich with tho
chnirmnnshlp of tho Committee on Stato
Library. Ho is nlso a member of the
committees on Judiciary and National
Affairs: Tho Concord Patriot says of tho
Judiciary Committee, that "with General
Mn'rston of Exeter nt its head, nnd Bell,
Athcrton, Gihnoro nnd Hutohins among
Its members, it embodies high character
nnd attainments, at least n fair avcrngoof
experience, and a good dogreo of capacity
for: tho efllcient dhpatch of business." ,
"Tin: Pennsylvania Legislature got.
over Governor PaUlson's" vetoes as easily
us n street-car Tolls pvern fly on tho rail,"
tnys t)iOjA'ci(07iaJ llepulliotn, Notoxactl v.
Tho street-car run over tho fly In tho Scn
nte all light, but cccnis to liavo struck a
big-sized torpedo in the Houc. Conse
quently the banquet which our jubilant
Republican Mends hnd ordered to celo
brnte tho passngo of their Apportionment
bill (ins been countermanded, and a very
cold chop ordered in its utend.
No Roojfrn uus. Secretary Manning ills-,
jiqscd of tho rag problem than another
question arises in tho shape of the p.iupum
who f urn!sh tho rags. It will not require
Jong for tho Government to settlo thin
matter. The shipping of pauper IminU
grant from ono city to another, to bu
finally dumped upon thb authorities nt
Washington on the pretext thnt tho cap.
itntion tax imposed by net of Congros
MHiicliow makes tho Federal Government
responsible for the future support of tho
iniltotiinatc pcanltorjjb ifay it, should bo
' ij ' '
The Cofiservntivca'who worp so dead set
on getting tho Gladstone Cabinet out,
Deem to bo rathcrshy nbout crowding them-f-elvesin.
They probably don't lileo tho
looks of tho legacy that is left them In the
hhapo of unfinished business,
, , r
Xi! Illinois Legislntuiois'fully sustain
ing Its war record. Mr. AVcst, ono ot thq
jucuibcrsi of tho House, said yesterday, to
Speaker Unities that beforo the session
ended he hoped to he able to show llm up
in hMruo light. Mr. Haines, from the
Speaker's chair, said everybody know ho
was an honest agriculturist, nnd Invited
Mr. Wcsttoconicoutsido and put htm out.
Mr. West Bhook his fist, nnd said ho would
meet tho Speaker nt any time and place,
Tho telegraph Informs us that without nt
temptifig any further "business" tho
House adjourned hut unfortunately for
the people, not tine i!,
i " V t
An predicted by- Tim Cr.rric, Senator
Blnir of NdW Hampshire has beqn chosen
his owti successor. Ho received eighteen
votes more than all other candidates in
the Republican cancan nt -ConqoTd Inst
night, one hundred votes being necessary
to n choice. Mr. Blair tnlllcd 103 on tho
first ballot. Kx-Sccrcfary Chandler, who
was supposed at ono timolobo n danger
ous competitor for the nomination, was
nblolcrally but 37 supporters when tho
pinch came, Mr. Blair was evidently a
winning distance ahead nt tho start.
Mif.s Jeannik Winston, now at Al
batigh's Opcra-Houso, Is a decided favor
ite and is repeatedly encored. Sometimes
it is n severe strain upon a singer to com
ply with tho repeated demands of an en
thusiastic audience, and in Baltimore last
week Miss Winston was compolled, ns a
luntter Of self-preservation, nftorthq fifth
encore, to remark, "You Baltimore poo
plo seem to wont n good deal for twenty
five cents?' At these summor-prico ope
ras some persons appear to want the whole
AcconriNO to ex-Congressman J. D. Tay
lor, General Grantspcntycsterday "watch
ing tho Ohio Republican convention from
hissick room ill the Metropolis." The Gen
eral's physicians should not have per
mitted it. Taylor's speech In itself wns
enough to bring on a relapse.
Tin: Ohio Republicans clnim all tho
honor of enacting the civil service law,
nnd denounce tho Administration for not
enforcing it. Between tho modesty and
the veracity of this declaration wo cannot
tell which to admire the most.
Junon Foiiakkk has entered tho lists
ngain ns Republican candidate for Gov
ernor of Ohio. His chances for election
depend a good deal on his success in ma--nipiilathig
tho Prohibition -vote, which is
n hard fica to catch.
Mn, Bi.Ainof Now Hampshire achieved
a double triumph yesterday. Ho was not
only honored with a re-election to tho
United States Senate, but ids educational
bill got a lift in the Ohio Republican Con
Tin: supporters of Victor Napoleon hnvo
issued a manifesto in thatallcged Prlnco's
favor. It takes so littlo to amuse theso
That Coptic merchant seems to be tho
Joseph Mulhattan of the Sandy Soudan.
i i 1 1 .
PEOPLE IN GENERAL.
Mas. Mack Horaiss, tho widow of the
Fan Francisco millionaire, is visiting In
Mn. and Mus. Jons R. McLv.n of Cin
cinnati arrived nt Long Branch last night,
to spend tho hummer.
Mn. Josi:ni Jr.rrr.iisoN was in Boston
Wednesday en route to Now Brunswick
on his nnnunl fishing pilgrimage.
Minister Jaevi. who wns bnnqueted
Inst evening by tho citizens -of Norfolk,
will sail from Newport News to-morrow
Hon. Louis K. McComvs of tho sixth
Maryland dlstiict is improving from ids
late illness, but still confined to his resi
dence at JIagcrstown.
Ijkutknant W. II. Sciiucrc of tho
United States Navy, is In New York mak
ing preparations for his departuro for Rus
sia. Ilo expects to sail July 2.
Mns. Ri:r,i), n cousin of Mrs. James A.
Garfield, hns purchased tho residence nnd
property lately owned by Captain Crane
of Laurel, Md., and will live there per
manently. AccoismKo to Tin: Washington Came
tho top of tho Washington Monument
"radiates llko a silver star." So does Wnr
ncrof Ohio when ho is in the city. Man
chester (N. H.) Union.
Mk. Ciiaiu.ks Jonas of Illinois, the now
consul-general at Prague, was ban
queted al Baltimore last night bv tho
Bohemians of that city. Ho is in Wash
Tin: latest AnMTioN to tho collection of
btntuory presented to tho city of Balti
more by Mr. William T. Wnltqrs, is tho
"Sitting Warrior" by Dubois. It has lust
been placed upon n granite pedestal in
Mount Vernon, square.
Da. Gi-oihii: W. Bmki: of Lower Salem,
0,, whoso death Is announced at that placo,
wns a surgeon of wldo reputation nnd re
cently appointed an examiner of tho Pen
sion bureau. Ho formerly resided nt,
Hngeritown, Md.. and in his younger days'
ienrned tho printing business In Washing
ton, Uiseat satisfaction is fcltby tho friends
of General A. MoD. McCook, nt tho
manly way in which General Grant, In,
his book, has explained away the injusi
ticc he unintentionally did hlssubordinato
in the Century article on tho Battle ott
Shiloh. They declare that nothing moro
could liavo been asked. New York Trii
F. Alden Hill of London writes that)
the Townley estates, which have several
heirs living in Pcnnnylvania, aro not n
myth, though their value has been inuoli;
exaggerated. Hill says hq is both a law
yor and ono of the hqlrs, and lie ought to,
nnd docs, know tho facts. A number of
tho heirs rcsido In Washington, and ono of
tho principal ones is Mrs. David J, Cralule,
wife of Captain Crniglo, Twelfth United
JoHKi'ii II, Foi:uvi:n, the Republican
candidate l'orGoernorof Ohio, Is n na
tivo of tho State and 30 years of ago. Ho
was through the war nnd when mustered
out wns an aide-de-camp on General Slo
cum's stafL Robert V. Kennedy, tho can
didate for Lieutenant-Governor, was a
student at Yale when tho war broke out,
nnd went Immediately to the-front. Ho
hns since been qngnged in tho practico of
the law at Washington, Ohio.
Tli I'rcHldoitl'rt Kom-fitiiry.
Two very sickly falsehoods, says i!iq
Utlca Qlseiitrt have of late been in circu
lation rolatlvo to Colonel Daniel S. Ln
mout,. tho President's private pecretary,
Ono is to tho ellect that he is ncorctly
"booming" Governor Hill in this State,
through couiKmdeuco with political
friends; tho other represents him as beinj
dissatisfied with his present salary nnd
laboring to secure its increase. Wo speak
pi theso statements as falsehoods, beeau.su
both are unequivocally denied by tho
secretory himself. Wo desiro to stato an
thorltntlvely that Colonel Lnmont is con
tent with thosnlory ho now receive; ho
went to Washington knowing perfectly
woll what it was to bo; lie has made mi
suggestion as to tho desirability or an nd
vance, aip) no movement exists looking to
Mich an advance.. In tho sccpnd place,
ho has Written no letter and spoken no
word tonnv nerson fnr nr ure.-ilncr nni
diody. with reference to. a State nomination
J; i his fall
GEN. GRANT'S SUMMER HOME.
lfmv He "Will ho Ili-mtitrl from Now
York to 3loitiil Inc(lrt'or.
Should the weather bo propitious Gen
eral Grant nnfl Ids family will probably
set out for Mr. Droxel's summer residence
nt Mount MncGregor, cloven miles from
Saratoga, between Juno 23 and July I.
The maimer In which tho patient will bo
removed is thus described by tho
A cloo carriage will tako him from his
residence to tho entrance to tho tracks of
tho New York Central ltnllrondnt Forty
sixth street. 1'icsldont Ruttor's prlviuo
enr will be standing there Ujidcr the shed.
The enrriago will bo driven closely up to
tho car and tho General assisted on board.
The car Is fitted up In tho most comforta
ble way nnd, It is said, affords as easy
quarters as tho sick room In his own homo.
Mrs, Grant, Colonel Fred Grant and wife,
Mrs. Sartoi is, Dr. Douglas, and tho Gen
eral's servants, Henry and Harrison, will
accompany tho invalid. Mr. Drcxcl will
bo ready to receive them at tho MacGrcgor
Tho start from Now York will be inado
at 8 a, m. The General will roinuin
undisturbed until Saratoga is reached.
Here it will bo necessary to change cars,
on account of tho different gauge of tho
Mount MacGrcgor Railroad, and to lcavo
the palace ear lor tho ordinary passenger
car or the little mountain railroad. Tho
distance which the General will liavo to
walk from car to car is about twenty feet.
Although tho lido from Saratoga to tho
mountain is short, if jlls found that the
General is exhausted, everything will be
in readiness to transform tho ordinary car
intoas luxurious u saloon ns it is possible to
make of it. Sotnq of tho seats will bo taken
out nnd n bed put up. Tho whole trip
will consume only seven or eight hours.
General Grant will reinnln at Mount Mnc
Gregor through tho month of Julv per
haps longer. Dr. Douglas nnd family will
accompany the party( nnd tho physician
will be in constant attondnnco on his pa
tient. Dr. Sands will always be in readi
ness for a sudden call. Dr. Shrn'dy and
family will go to their country placo on
tho Hudson, near Kingston, and" be within
call in case of emergency. During tho
latter part of thcsuinmer thoGrant family
will go to tho Hotql Kaaterskill, and cx
pectto return about September 1.
In Ilasto to get ono of our
$i.fio mroiiTKi) jir,ui:.si:itau suits
HltOWX SKICGi: CUTAWAY SUITS AT
flicso nio DarKalns that won't last long.
V., It. lIAltNU.il CO., 031 I'll. live.
Wash B. Williams,
317 and 319 7th St. K.W.,
Of Every Description, rurohasod from tho
llcst Manufacturers In tho Country,
of tho very Best Make, and
Oilidnal hi Design.
of tho Latest Styloj.
Carpets & Upholstery Goods
' In Groat Variety.
Loose Furniture Covers
.Cut nnd JIndo to Order.
WiBtoWcs & Wire WMow-Screcns
t CJrcat Hargal))9.
Special attention Called to mir Iniraensq
Stock of Fancy Cheek and oter
As Low In Price as they can bo nought hi th
Wash B. Williams,
317 anil 319 7th St. N. W.
NO .llOItU lOI,I,UTEI WATUIl.
'Iholntost and nowost ktylos tn 1'rlnco Al
berts CutuwnyH. Hacks, etc. Tlioic mo noy
tho dross suits of tho wnson, and aro used nl
most oxclusiu'ly. WqIiuaoIiiuI Homo inado of
beautiful l'lnld nnd rhock material, wliluh not
onlv look well, but lit like t ho paper on tin)
will. Oar Hoys' clntlilni! Is ulxo noted for U
fit, tlio way fit which It Id mndo ami tlio kwiI
wear obtulnud fioin It.
JT. W. K-LiOY',
10H ANP3010 PENA. AVK
Women's LnsthiK 81pporj from, .
Kneo pan t h from , , . . ,
Jf en's and UoyH' I'lintif from ......
onion CoiUh from , ,
,.. i.75o nil
CIOIM1CR llOAltniNU-CONTKIJ'S HTATIONi
O JldU. &0,It. It.; luro brick, laouolon
icccntly put (a perfect order; location IiIkIi
mid healthful; Imndsoiio kioiiik1.: ntnttoil oi
tliiiplueei ;ir ininulea rldo from Washington,
Address Uaklnnd, Critio ofUeo. JoU lltt
Till: LA I'lEltUE, B, W. OOBNEU OV TBSTH
and strata, und tho Lwhtid, nj'J Nlntn
tx, u. w wiin plenaaut rooms and jockI wirt,
ro recoDimeudad to punr.nuontand transtent
V7. fri. v-ogaa.i-xon1'
0f Id WU fipen. Window SJiiulw. Ileum
FrwuMi, ncturra, etc
810 BKVKHTK UTBUKT ROBTUWJSUT,
n SPECIAL NOTICES.
N0T1C1J OP SALE.
I)i.rAnT.MrNT ItnTitoroLlfAN 1'or.lcK.
Wamiihuton, I). 0,, Juno 10, 1881.
llvrlrtno or nutliorlty vested In mo under
Frellon -117, llovlsisl Hlntutcs ot tho fnltod
States, relntlni? to tlio Dlstrtot of Columbia, 1
Will, on HATfJHDAY. Juno 1.1, 1885, nt la
o'clock, sclllotliolilRhcst bidder ono'JHorso
Sulky l'low, nt l'rlco'H stiiblo, ail Oth st. n, w.
InlO-Ot lTop. Cl'k Mot, l'ollcc. I). 0.
Wrta.OKriCE OP THE CbStMISdlONEKS,
M- DlKTIIICT ox CottiMniA,
WAsillNUTrtN, .Ilino II, 1885.
Notlco Is hereby Riven, pursuant to tho act
of Congress makhiR appropriations for tlio ox
Pciipcs of flic KOmmnciit of tlio District nt
Columbia for tho fiscal year undlngJtmu 30,
18Ht5, approved July 0, 188 J, that no pnyment
Will lie mndo of nny ccrtlflcato Issued by tho
lulo Hoard of Audit, of snld Ulstrlot of Colum
bia, under authority of tlio act approved J lino
SO, 1871. that shall not bo presentod for pay
ment within ono year from tho snld r,th day ot
July. 1881. T)io presentation within thattlmo
should bo mndo to tho Treasurer of tho United
lly older of tho Commlsloiicrs.
WAHIIINOTOtf SAFE DEPOSIT CO,,
010 1'cium. Ave. N. W.
Tho Company will rent small prtvato safes
In Its now
F1IIK AND DUnaiiAIl-FIlOOV VAULTS
from r to $100, according to slzo.
Silver Tlnto nnd nrtloloi of vahto may bo
stored and Insured for any length of tlmo nt
very renson ablo charges. Ji:l-:im
tflKSabNOW IS THE TIME TO OET AWN
!K INOS, and
1IAISLKTT, 817 MARKET SPACE,
Is tho man to mako them.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAGS
lado to order at tho shortest notice and ren-
sonnblo prices. my.fO-lin
U. II. STINEMETZ & f50N,
i-j.ii rennn. avo.,
' AtmNTs ron
'KNOX'S" N. V. HATS,
"YOUMAN'S" N. Y. HATS,
DltESS CASSDIEIIEAND BEIWYIIATS,
MACKINAW AND OTUUIt STitAW IIAT8.
Hoys' nnd Children's Straw Hats.
I.nrco stock of flno Silk Umbrellas for Ladles
PBFura lccelvcd on storago,
VrSfi. CKUTA1N CHOLERA CUHK
Cures Cholera, Cliolem Morbus,
Cholera Infantum, Cramps In StomncU and
Dlnrrha'n. It never nils when used ns dlrcotod.
Alwnys keep It In your house; carry It wherever
you ko. Tlio prlco Is within reach of nil, nnd
you won't lint o to tako n dozen bottles beforo
rellcr; It acts llko inado. JMarrlicca Is tho
first stnfio of cholera. Mop thnt and you pro
vent cholera. Certain Cholera euro never falls
to stop It. All dnmelsts keep It. A. llrown,
proprietor, llox U51. Washington, D. C,
Vfts,aLYMONT- EXCURSION GHOUNDS.
Contracts for Excursions now In order. Cot
tnRes nnd sIukIo rooms for rent. r. Fiicund,
Caterer. Special rntos f o Sundny-schools.
- L. It. TltEMllLY, 527 7tli st.
1728 Tennn. Avo. N. W.
ItESTAUItANT A LA CAHTE.
Summer boaid Ey tho week, So; by tho
month. S22. myl-Um
FOR SALE LOTS.
" -. t.-w
lly AUSTIN P. BROWN,
'1VSII J' 81. 11. W.,
-10,000 feet of piound on 10th st. n. w bet.
Scott Clrelo and It St., and 00,000 feet on N.
If. avo., bet, Dtipout Circle nnd L Bt. Several
flipt-clnos houses, rnnging lu prlco fi'omSlO.
OOP to 8100.000. JolO-tf
OR SALE 1TNE PLOT CONTAINING
l).0-17sfi. feet, frontlut? on llirno ntnnt.
will bu sold Including n orlck dwellhiK at
the low prlco of 50o. per sq. foot. Tyler Si
Hutherfoid. 1220 1' st. n. w. JuO Ot
17 OR SALE-NICE BUILDING LOTS ON
: 10th st. n. o., near B, at 20 cents a foot;
pas, water, sower; perfect title. Apply ut U15
A st. n. u. jod-ilt
1?0R 8ALE-A BEAUTIFUL LOT ON 12TII
? St., bet. 1! and C hts. s. v., 1M ft. 8H In, front,
running back to a :io ft. nlloy and alley on sldo
of lot nlso; can build on front and rear of lot;
must ho sold nt once. .A. S. Cuywood. cor. Oth
nnd It sts. n. vr. 1u2-0t
Advertisements of T4ires Lines under this bead
lD3crlid ibrco llinra for 25 cents.
l?01t BALEA BAltOAIN; 0 ACRES Al)
X1 ipInlnB National Pair Grounds; will sell
for SioO If hold immedlntoly. A. 8. Cnywood,
cor. Dth nnd K sts. n. w. 1oi-:it
WANTEI)-T0B01t1t0w"r6lt 8 MONTHS
itCO.for which I will idvo four semi
monthly payments of S15 each fjoo In nil),
commencing Juno UO. Address F. U. W., Critio
TTANTED-TO BUY FOR CASH, THREE
YV B or O-room houses; brick or frame; In
pood rcpnli; between Oth nnd 13th, D undo
sts. n. w; none but owner need apply. Address
DoxD. Ciltlc office lo8-;it
FrRCNTTiurENTIHE 3n FLOOIt'Sd?
No. rll otli st. n. w. for business pur
poses only. Swormstodt St Bradley, 028 F st.
n. w. Joll;2t
LObT-LAST MONDAY, OOLD SCARP RINO
ornamented with a lly of gold. Suitable-,
roward to finder by II. A. Scllpson, 1121 Pa.
nve, n. w. )ol2-:lt
WASTED-TO EXOUANOE NEW BTOVE'
tor old onos at Ilutler's stove Exchaogo
cornor fjtli nnd K sts. Bmoky culnmoyacurodt
or.no pay. moves cicnangod tor grocorla
Old etoves boucht.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
IEAKi F.HTAXK IiVX,I,BTlN
TBOS. K. WAGOAMAN, 01? P trect.
(Cbai'Kcatcado Wcduuidays nnd Haturdayo.)
TIIUHE-STOHY HBIOK AND FRAME
110U8KH F0H SALIC.
Duddinetou. R e. estuto ol Daniel CarrBll....?10O.0O0
zn A si a e. mod 1m. U ra , n coo
llKJMdavesw, mod 1m, 10 rs a.OCU
HON J nve b ii, II rs ijmo
miQM n. tiuodlm. ID rs ., ,ii
latoiSUUiliio. niod lm, u rs ench 4,tnni
211 IttllBtB w.modloi, 11) JS , 3,100
St K H n r, mod lm, 10 rs...., ;t,3y
4W Ulnw, mod lot, a m... , ., 3,i4in
!l 10 b Ft a r, t li. 10 rs 2.W
TWO-HlOItY BllICK AND fllAMK 110USEB
711 and 718 It st n . b li.mod tm Brs 5 0oO
&M7th mho. modlDj, fu.b rs ., .Lftoo
CM Bill si n e.fli.ui m, 7 rs... .. 2.800
VM KCBliat n e.rn.mod lm,7 rs 2.&W
ti:o )l at ii e, mod lui.u rj 2000
illti Vt I uv n e, I h. 6 rs ... i,Mw
ill l Co Uyrile st u e Ii Ii, 7 th 1,700
71,(). 81. a Myrtle st n o,7 re l,7uo
t'J Illtllf.lM 1.550
(20. 81b Dt M e, f 1), 7 ra 1.600
UNIlU'JtOVIiD PROI'EUXY FOR HALK.
SM st, between I nnil M stnn w . Wo'
N Capilol nt. bet K ud 1, sts n w,...,... U)a
K, bet N Capitol nt d 1st sts -ioo
K st bet 2Mb and 27th sis n w -loo
N Capitol st, bet It and Lata n w,... loo
I. st, bet N Can and 1st at n vr. z'xi
Q st. bet N J avoaud Olb st u w... , o
Det and N Ynve n w so
I ht, bet 20th and 27th ts n w. . son
27tb at, bet 1 and It its n w isq
H0U8K3 IfOR HKNT.
... ... Vex Month.
II io 121b st n w, 13 rs 73.goo
in 2d st a , 11 ....- u no
4VI mb at ii vr, 10 rs M m
;m IS st n t, mod luiis, 0 rs MI , 40 ri
121 aotliatn w.modlm, 10 rs asoa
L'lCI I si ii w, 8 rs - 31 M
S1U UtU Will !.... i u ,...,.... 30 01
VJ7 1, st a w. mod lm, 8 r , ; 2S 00
tM Hlli st n w, 10 rs . :IM)
813.JS KtlJ W, 8 IS , 2J0II
lUli lltli st n w. mod lm, 6 rs..,...,. 20 u
r,z 20ihstn w.Ois so oo
61 1 N Vi kt.a w, o r so oo
MM I tb St II W, 7 IS ; 20 00
iritKuii W7, liouiidury st u ,(,, ,.., ai oo
1311 v at u iv. mod iiu, 0 ra... , id O)
lonl (icat alley u w, 4 rs M. 10 oo
1 114 (Jout alloy o,1 ra.... , lo DO
Hcdeb )n rear 4-17 Wailibjcton at n w,.. (I 3i)
In auma to suit M 8 per cent.
1 bo above Is only a email portion ot property
on my books. For full lint call at olUoa tor Dalle-,
Una Issued nu 1 at and Ulb.
DON'T FAIL, TO VJBIT
JJooley's Bialto Fountain,
3d St. and Pa, Avo. S. E.
BEST 130DA WATER IN THE CITY,
"f 17ANTEII--A YOt'NO iDY WHO SPEAKS
f Herman nnd i;hkiisii .would llko to no
company u fnmlly to Europo or olsowhoro ns u
traveling companion, or would llko to travol
with lady having it young Infnnt, as I am ntt
experienced mireo: ran furnish tho host of
city references! would llko to mnkonelmngo
for tlio summer. Address U. II. ll, Critic ollleo,
Wellington, H.V. joll-llt
JIM .10IINSON, THE BAllllEll.nit) 8TII ST..
gives his benefit on tho dth of July, hair
cutting nnd shoving everybody! como; flro
Vorks nt 10 o'clock at night. 1 nm Very truly
nnd respectfully, .IAS. H. JOHNSON.
J1 BUYS A GENUINE MACKINAW HAT.
pl Dnlbvi',Mn underwear, no cts. Jean
drawers, tnllor cut, 00 cts, Hlllyard's. dnii
JJM JOHNSON, THE DARIIEH, MtDBntRT.
ii. W.; summer barber shop Is tho flnost In
Washington Yours truly.
joll-Ut JAMES II. JOHNSON.
SKETCHING PROM NATURE-TIIE BEST
placo to learn every branch of drawing
nnd painting Is tlio Natlonnl Acndcmyof Flno
Arts, 17dl N. Y. nvo. Doglnncra nthalf-prlcu
for tho summer. Children's class S10 per year,
Cinsscs nt-1 o'clock for thoso In Departments.
Reception frco Wednesday ovculng at H
PERSONAL- HAPPY THOUGHT - HAVE
tho children's pictures tnken ovory birth
day; cabinets, 82.60 per dozen, Lnrdnor, IU7
1'"' avo- Jcfa-tlt
OPIKS OIC NEW INVENTION nlVRV
' awny to fenrn to slug and play piano
d organ quick by noto. 1007 E st.j pleaso
nro AIIT STUDENTS AND PARENTS-AT
-. iiiojNniiomii Academy or nno Arts, cor.
lBthst. nnd N. Y. nvo.. ono can rceelvo tho
most llioroimh Instruction In nvcry stylo of
drawing nnd pnlntlng; years of study savoil.
Jfrs. Imogeno Itobtnson Morrcll, tlio fouudor
nnd tcnclier, hns had 12 modnls, andstudlod
ir, years In Europo with tlio most colohrntod
m lists. Thosa commencing Immediately will
bo received for tlio summer at half-prlco.
Children's Saturdny class SlOpcr year. Jel-at
CAUTION-HAIIT'S INSECT POWDER IS
sold only in tin boxes, with his trade
mark on tho lid, and Is not sold looso; Insist
on having Hart's powder; refuse all Imitations;
the best Is tlio cheapest. JoO-tU
JAMES RUTHERFORD. 'DEALER IN FINE
Family fit ocerlas and Provisions; also Wlnos
nnd Liquors, 000 D st. n. w. Specialty made
of Pnro Aldcn Fruit Vlncgnr.
Dn, LEON, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
md only rcllablo Ladles' Physician In tlio
city, win bo consulted dally, do t 0 8t., bet. dH
nnd dth st. n. w. Prompt treatment. Corro
spondenco and consultations strictly confi
dential. Scpuruto rooms lor Indies. Ollleo
nlwnys open. J05
I71TS1 FITS! FITS!-ANYONK HAVING EP
. Ilepsy who will call nt No 518 Tenth street
northwest, for examination nnd treatment,
shall be cured or no charges mado.
Jc2 0t G. W. ItQBBItTS, 31. D.
rPHE FORSYTH CAFE, C18 10TII ST., IS
JL now furnished with swinging funs over
ench tnblc: no heat; no flics; nud tho boat 15
cent meal In tho world. Wo study tho comfort
of our patrons. jol
PATTERSON STILL SERVES THOSE EX
tullentmenlsfor 15 cts. Call and try. Lo
Droit Dining Rooms, 812 F st. li. w. my28
D HAWING AND rAINTING-THE BEST
nnd cheapest placo to learn drawing nnd
painting ts nt tho Nntionnl Acadomy of Flno
Aits, cor. 18th st. nnd N. Y, avo.; all oommeuo-
T'BE vory bfst
JL business pm
made. Sold by.
DUI1U t IWU-COUfc 4
Btnmps forsnmplodoz. to tVashlngton I'hono-
TypE-wniTiua departhent; o,vm
graph onicot oxpnt operators; work
called for and deltverod. Call by telephone,
Collnraph onico, 033 P si. mys-tt
JL. EEKVAND, 1012 PENN. AVE., EN-
graver. Plato and 50 visiting cards, 80
cental GO cards from wiruo plato, 15 cootaj
100 cards printed from plate, 75 conte.
MEDICINE FOR DOQS.
AH Diseases cured.
QC13 Cor. 1H Bt. And Md.avo.a. w.
LADIES "CyMrODND PILL3 OF TANSY"
aro I'ortoctly safo and always effoctual.
Sealed particulars, 2c. Wilcox Bpeciao Modt
cine Company, Philndolphin, I'a. tn-th-a
LADIES PENNYROYAL PILLS ("OEIOnES
ter's EDBlish"), tbo only gonulnp, Bnte,
certsln and etrcctual. Soaled particulars, 4c,
Ghlcticttor Obemlcal Co., 2313 Madison s..
I'bllndi'Iiihln, Pa. 1v21-oo(l
FOR RENT ROOMS.
A dvertlscmcnta of Tbrm Lines under this head
Inserted three times for 25 cents.
F Oil itENT-THHEn Vh6ntc6imuni
entlng Unfurnished rooms, sultublo for
housekeeping, nt 010 7th st. n. w., bet. I and
K si a. Jl'J-at
TTtOIl HUNT TWO LARGE UNFURNISHED
JD communicating front rooms, nt 1203 M
st. n. w. JolO-.lt
OR ItENT-TvtO LARGE UNFURNISHED
commnnlcntlmr2d-slorv rooms, siiltnblu
for light housekeeping; north and south fronts
nnd porch on south sldo; prlco $14 per month;
Cull, nt 5 p. in., 210 1) st. 11. W. Je9-3t
TJIOR BENT TWO LARGE ROOMS ON 1ST
lOtlist. n. w.
twwa ! (tu a. vvut 1 u. .vi tuua ;-
I70R HENT-ONE LARGE, FURNISHED
room on second floor for S10; nlso, ono
smaller room nt SI or part of furnished, houso
very reasonable. Apply 410 Muss. nve. 11, w.
3JOH RENT 1 PARLOR BED-ROOM, FUR
. nlshed, iFO per month In ndvanco: 3d floor,
3 rooms. samo terms. 7000thst. n. e.iploas
nnt for summer. jc8 3t
OR RENT-UNFURNISHED 2ii-STORY
front 100m. with bav-wlndow: SO nftr 1110.:
furnleheiniall-room, Including gas, 85 tier mo.
007 3d st. 11. w. JuO-tlt
I?0R ItENT-A LONE LADY WILL GIVE
? to n plain, respectable woman 11 furnished
100m, rent ftco, for her company, ut 120,0 nt.
70 I 12THST.-F0RRENT TlVONEATLY
1 O-v f urnlidicd slnglo rooms, very doilrablo,
for gentlemen; nlso. hall 100111. Jul-llt
FOR RENT A NEWLY-FURNISHED
fiont room; prlvnto family; terms mod
crato. Apply nt 727 (ith bt. nv. jol-3t
F" OR SALE-HOUSES; GOOI) INVESTMENT;
5-room brick nnd stable, on onr lino; lot
20sl00; rents tor $12; lirlee $1,100 cash.
Green Ss Ilrynnt, 01 1 Oth St. 11. w- Joll-3t
'OR PALE A SNUG O-ROOMBRIOK DWEL-
llai l,..rl IO.Wah rann ..! af.i.rAo &tlalria
S200 eiihh. SbOO In quarterly payments of tO()
nnd $1,000 In 3 years. Swormitcdt Ss Brad
ley, 1)28 F st. joll-Ut
I?OR HALE-NEAT fi ROOM BRICK HOUSE,
: on street-ear lino; ronts for 312; lot 20x
lOOij.rlcull.ino, Oieen .t Bryant, Old Oth
at. ii. w. Jon-lit
Iroit BALE WILL BELL AT A ilAUQAIS
' or or-eliniigo tho now brick houso No.
1008 Oth st. n. w.i contains (I rooms and Ii.iho
ment, hath room, range, latrobo, oto r.ud Is
nicely finished; ears every tlvo mluutoi. A.
Llojd, Jlurshal Law building, 310 4H st. n. w.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Adverllsfmentaof Tbreo Lines under this bead
Inserlt'd.tliree lltnrs for 2S routs.
oiriTENT-SOME 0NIST0IIY IIOUSEti;
Jj nlfo, furnUhcd or unfurnished moms;
goods pneked and stored. Apply nt 172.1 Pa
avo. ii. w. Jo 1-31
X1 100 1 S et. it. w., fi rooms, mod hnpj.
113 0 st. s. e., 10 '
lliONst.n.w., 8 t
llio K st. n, vri, store nnd dwclllns.
1220 F st. u. w., storeroom.
THOH J. MYERS,
Je l-lmo 12IllFst.n.w.
t?oh hent-furnihhed-'the UANDi
X1 uorno property cor, lilth nnd N sts, 11, v
1001. 'lliu,ti:iultuio is liowandthohoiisolAtly
papciiHl throughout. For fuithor Information,
nud permission to seo the property upply to f),
C. nrceu,.303 7th St. n. w. mv28-2w
money to Loan.
r oney to loan- --v.v.,.
In Bums from $1 to $10,000 on Real Eitato.
Apply ct Kenuedy'a Nntionnl Bunk Agonoy
720 Vlftocnth st. Jo8-(lt
111AVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD RE KU
I state or collateral aecurlty at lowest rats a
id interest. No delay wnni security fa good;
O.U. OltEEN, Room 1, I'tromen's building,
cor. 7il and La, avo. apll-it
WANTED HELP FEMALE.
Advertisements of Tbrfe Xlnfi under this hetd
Ineerud three times lor 2J cents,
WANTElT-A OIRL7loW20, TtnTELlTrN
storo nnd do housework for two In fnm
lly. Cnll at 21(1 3d st. 11. w. Jol23t
WANTED-SETTLED WOMAN ASNUItSK
for three chlldi en; nlso 11 sonmUrcs by
tlio week; must sew on mnchlno, 1828 II st.
WANTED-AN HONEST, TIDY WOMAN
. . todogenernl honsowork; must stay ut
night. IQOBlutli st. rb v. joll-3t
WANTK0-O1RL FOR GENERAL HOUslE
work. Apply HtsiOolhBt. n. w.
WANTED-AT 010 I HT. N. W., A COM
petent colored w omnii to cook, wash nnd
WANTED-IMMKHIATELY, SKIRT AND
, , , wnlst hands, at 020 13th St. 11. w.i nono
but best nccdnppfy. jolo-3t
WANTED-A GOOD COOK FOIUIK3TAU.
rant, who can glvo good referonoes. Ap
ply nt once, Fowler & Bro., Uiilontown, D. C.
WANTED-EITHEK A NICK YOUNG
white girl or bright colored girl; good
pennnnent homo; muststny nlfthts; rcfeiuncos
required. Apply nt 50 L st. n. w. te!)-3t
WANTED-TWO FIRST-CLASS HIIIRT
Iiiiikh; nlso two nptirentleos to lo'trn
dressmaking. Apjily at Mrs. Wilson's, 1828 8th
st. 11. w. Joi-3t
WANTED-A NEATGIRLTO DO GENERAL
housework in a small family. Call nt
1817 15th st. ii. w. beforo noon. JoB-;lt
nlso two good waiters. Applyhnmo.il
ntrlyntfioaFst.il. w. Je8-3t
WANTED-TWO COMPETENT GERMAN
ghls dcslro situations In American fain
llles. Inqtilro 1127 1 Othst. n.w. Jol-3t
-TTANTED-A WHITE WOMAN TOR GEN
TV oral housework; fnmlly of three; no
cooking. Apply nt 223 A St. s. 0. jol.3t
WANTED-A GOOD WORKING HOUSE
keeper; good rooommomlntlon requlvod;
Apply to Mrs. M. J. Colloy, ThO'Clnromlon,
1 101 N. Y. nve. ' 3uf.3t
WANTED-A COMPETENT WHITE
woman for general housowork; an Irish
Cnthollu or Gcrinnn preferred; can go homo
nights. Apply, after 0 o'clock p.m., at 018
French tt. Jo l-3t
W AATfPliWi ly K15NSINOTON AIIT
.WiViS I VAJ Co., fomalo. liolp to do our
light, pleasant work nt their homes. Scut by
mall promptly to any addross; no canvassing;
easy io learn, and any one can earn from 87
to $10 per week. Forfull Information nddrcss
KrNBINOTON AllT HOOHS, 10 POdrl St., IlOStOlU
Mass.. 110x5078 myl-oodl2t
Adverllscments ol Three Lines under this head
Inserted three times for 25 cents.
enced whltoman to oversee pantry and
basement stores nt Forsyth's Cnfo, 018 loth
irANTED-AOENT8 FOR THE MASSA-
YV .chusctts Relief Association; pullcloi In-
cludollfoilsk nnd weokly Indemnity for ills-
nblllty. Room 12, Corcoian Building. Jol23t
-TTTANTED-A YOUNG MAN. 10 TO 18
T yours of ago, who can mad manuscript
well; ono who has served some tlmo In n print
hiff ofllco preferred. Addioss, Immudlatolv,
Copy-Holder. Critio ofllco. jo.ll-3t
WANTED -IMMEDIATELY. A FIRST
class waiter; must havo good roforanuo.
Apply nt 514 latlijt. n. w. JolO 3t
WANTED-A COLORED MAN OR YOUNG
man who can cook plain food for couplo
of youuK men In tho country, nnd must know
howtodrlvo n horce; light work nnd good
homuto ouo who can glvo city referoncoi;
wnges, $(! or $8 per month. Adross Rural.
Critio ollleo. ,1o8-3t
WANTED-A WHITE BOY, 1(1 YEARS
old, todrlvonud woik about tlio house.
Address A., Critio ollleo. Jc3-3t
WANTED-A COLORED BOY, BETWEEN
14 nnd 10 years of aw, who can mako
himself generally useful Inn store; good ref
erences wanted, call ut 523 Oth st. n. w.. St.
Cloud building. . Jo8-:U
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED GROCERY
clcik with good references, Aildro'H,
stating last placo of oinploymcnt, 0. A., Critio
ofllco. ' 1c4l-:u
. Advertisements of Tbrec Lines under till j head
Inserted tbrce times for 25 cems.
W" ANa'EDriTIONnTLD'S NUR3E
or chambermaid, or both, by sottlod
white woman, to goto tho seasldo oreouiilvy
for tho summer; no objection to a hotel or
boaidlng-houso: city reference. Address
Loulso. Critio ollleo. Jot2-3t
WANTED-HY A WHITE WOMAN, A
situation ns chambermaid or dlnlni;
room scrvnnt; good references. Apply to 8311
23d st. n. w. JoIl-3t
WANTED-BYA YOUNG COLORED GIRL
n place us chambermaid and to do plain
sewing; good lofcrcnces; will lcavo city. Ap
ply ot 1108 20th st. Je8-3f
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COL
orcd girl a situation ns mii'.so or
chambermaid or to nslst with general home
woik; willing togotrnvcllnu; best of icfer
enccs. Apply nt 203 L st. s. w. Jo.VOt
WANTED-A LADY WOULD LIKE A Po
sition ns companion or assistant to nn
elderly lndy or couplo; terms very moderato
for n good homo. Address Miss S. G,, Liberty,
Advertisements ot Tbrce Lines under tbUhead
Inserted tbree times lor 2oceots,
- TfT-ANTED-XSlTUATION BY A FRENCH
TV boy, aged 17; any kind of work hi u
rcstnuiniit. Address O. 31,, Critic office
WANTED-HY A RESPECTABLE COL
orcd man, n placo as waiter. Address
G, W. Muitlii, lot v st. n. w.; references
TrANTED-BY A YOUNG COLORED .MAN,
TV a situation us waiter or tnnttumlto n
horio; cnnglo best of rcfcicncc3. Apply ut
000 -lth st. 11. w hot, lgantl 1 o'clook. Je-3t
Advcrtlsemrnts qf Totoo Lines, under this bead
icstrted Ibreo IIhuh for 23cnta
WANTED 1,000,000 OLD P03TAflE
htninps. l'or particulars address .1. C.
Cosh, Now Y'oik. JotO It
WANTED-A SUITE OF 3 OR I ROOMS,
unfurnished, for light housekooiilns on
2d or 3d Hoots. Address Mrs. Marshall, 313 D
st. n, W. JcOOt
WANTED-TIIE PUBLIC TO READ TIIE
communications nud comments on tin
mnnngement of Ml, Vernon affairs, which will
bo published In next Saturday's frtJfd, 140!) F
st.ii.w. Liberal terms to cuuvnusew. Jo!)-3t
WANTED-A MEDIUM-SIZED UNFUR
nlshed front room, and no questions
nsked. Adihcss Pol or, Critio oillcu. JodJJt
WANTED-TO BUY A SECOND-HAND
lawn mower; must bo In good condl
tlon. Address 1-ogtnfllco hot lllft. jorj-llt
WANTED-TO BUY FOR THE NEXT FIVE'
days, i horso and wagon, cheap for
cash, and 100 second-hand stove and refrigera
tors dining tho Hummer months. Apply ut
1723 l'a. nvo. n. w. Jol-3t
WANTED-ALL TO KNOW ' THAT DR.
Taj lor, 03 1 V street, noar Tenth, mnkos
beautiful eets of artloulal teeth for 5: guaran
teed tn glvo full satisfaction: oxtractlng with
gns, chlorofoim or local unosthetlos, OOconts;
without, 20 cents: filling nt vory low prices.
Ttjbinebs education tor voiinc and mid
X din aged men nnd women. Spring nud
nummer sessions of tho Bpeucorlau Business,
College, cornor Ntntn nnd D sts, u. w. iunld
writing, bookkeepltig, rapid calculations, Engi
llBhlaDgunge, Blouography, lypn-wrltlng, tc,
tborouehly taught. Tuition: Your from dato
of tutrnnee, day or night, 50; tbreo months,
day, 20i night, $14i ouo montu. day, 7i
night, 5. Ifipld writing only 12 los30ua3.,
Cnll ortond ror cfrcular.s.
HENRY 0. Sl'ENOEIt, Prlnctpal.
BARA A. BI'LNUEIIVlca-l'rInclal.
NORWOOD INSTITUTE, 1212 AND 1311
14th St., near Mth-st.Qlrclo. Seloot Board)
log School for young ludlee, Bosslou 'SO-'SO,
opons September 30, 1UB0. Esrly applloatloa
nici'ieiiry, us mitnbor of boarders wilt be
nE HOWE BtlBINESH SCHOOL. 517 HEV
enip n i roo i n, w., auvri, uviuuohoou ih,iujh
in nrRptlrnl hnokknnlni. rniilil iienmauBhtni
and Knullsb branches at moderato rates of,
tuition, Morning, ntlnruoon and,'nlgiit sos-i
stotiB". Givll-Servlce proparultnn a specialty,
Bbortband, Elotmtlon and, Uatbo.iqatta by a.
sp30- J. n. BRYANT, principal,
MIAUGII'S Grnitd UiiornItaiisc.
EVERY EVEnTnG AT 8115.
. .... . J'1,A DIAVOI.O.
IM,nJJi?!,tf-,MftFnlflc,nt Production of
TIIE .PIRATES OF PENZANCE.
Grand opening this week, Commencing Mon
tST MAMIE DEMOHEST'S FEMALE MIN
STRELS. Tako In tho coolest plnooln tho
city. Matinees Tucrdny, Thursday and Sat
l'HHK CONCEHT AND DANCE
Without MusIclauB' or Muslcil KnowloJgo,
nil can havo who purchase ono ot
rnoFEssoR m. oaliy s
Belf-pleyiDc Inetrumonts, .
Bee them, hear them and got music lists at
U. L. WILDfc BROS,
700 Seventh et. n, w.
LOWKK CEDAIt POINT.
Tho Ponulnr Watering Placo of
.T,l',1?nfc...sv"tnM,1 magnificent steamer A It
JIKNIAwllllcnvo her wharf.- font of7th St.,
daily, except Saturdays, at On. in., returning
nt 0 ii. m., commencing
SUNDAY, JUNE 21.
Aunenla stops nt Alexandria on MONDAYS
nnd FRIDAYS only.
Fare. 00c round trip. Children, 25c.
For further Information nnd charters lo so
cieties und corporations applv to
... . tl. L. SIIERIFFS Coal Onico,
1114 Pa. nvo., and Steamer Multano's wharf.
foot of 71hst. Jol2-tf
rpiIJl'AltAUISi: OP TlIK I'OTOJI.uT.
Do nnt fall to tako In tho excursion to Co
lonial Bench, stni ting nt 0 n. in. Sunday, tho
14 th, oil i the steamer Arrow-smith. 00c. round
trip. Dinner on board and nt tho hotel. ill
TUAMISK COItCOltAN'S UXCUIt
SIONS. Theowncrsof tho steamer W.W, CORCORAN
hnvo purchased and will nssumo tho mannnu
ment of MARSHALL HALL. Dally morning
excursions will bo given especially for Ladle
Absolute order will ho piesorved on tho
mounds, (ho table furnished with all tho mtr
kct nffords, lunches served, und Ice, fruit and
milk alwus on hand.
Steamer leaves every morning nt 10 o'clock,
returning nt 4 o'clock p. in. Fare, 25 cents for
round trip to Olymout nnd Murshall Hall.
Children, 15 cents. jc8-tf
pHAl'EL l'OJNT. OHAl'KL'l'OINT.
Long Branch of tho Potomnc.
THE STEAMER GEORGE LAW
Will innko regular Excursions ovcry Sunday,
Monthly, Wednesday nnd Saturday, 8:15 a. in.;
reluming nbout 0.30 p.m. Tickets 50c. Schraj
dcr music. Meals 50o. at tho Point. Lcavo
fiom steamer Mnttano's whnrf. Ic5-lm
fyO GLYMONT. FAMILY EXCURSION
X ccry SATURDAY, commencing JUNE 0.
Steamer Mary Washington leaves 0 n. m.; back
nt (I p, m. Fare, round trlp,25o.; children, 10c.
Good music. For tickets or rates to schools,
cnll at Flcturo Stoic, 527 7th St. I. It. TRE.M
I1LY, Excursion Mnnnger. lo'I-lm
"Vf T. VEUNOrVI MT. TEttNOJTI
'- ' ' . i
8TEAMEH W. W. COIICORAM
Leaves Bevcnth-etreet vshert dally, except Son
day, for Mt. Verr,on at 10 o'clock a. m.( retnrnlnr.
leaeUca Waahluctoit about 3.30 p. in.
I. L- BLAKE, t'Mitsln.
PI'Ol'OSALS FOR GENERAL SUPPLIES
1 OR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Office ok the Enoinfkii Comjiissionf.ii,
t, .." asuinoton, D. C, Mny 27, 1885.
By direction of tho Board of Commissioner,
scaled proposals will bo rrceltod at this ollleo
iL'li" f?.VCl0Vk. ,m- ,on MONDAY. JUNE 15,
?i iV?r. """hint' tlio vailous branches of
llio District Kovernment with general inppllcJ,
.omprNlngStntionery, Blank I'm ins mid IVhiti
Ing, School Books, Furniture, Hnrdwuio, Tin
ware, and htieet Lamps. Plumbers' Material,
tjioccilcs, Boots and Shoes, Drugs, Glass
rulnts and Varnishes, Lumber, Forago, Monts,
tustlngs, lucl. Dry Goods, Cement and Llmo,
Construction Mntctlal nnd Telephone Supplies;
Blank forms and proposals, together with all
infoirnutloii. can bu obtained upon application
st n r " " 17' Columu,n funding, 4Xi
or pu0ttBBoftb?drCSen01 10 leJCCt n,iyornU bIJa
,,-,. Major of Engineers U. S. A.,
my20-10t Enc'r Commissioner P. O.
"PROPOSALS FOir GENERAL SUPPLIED
X FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Orricn of TiiK.ENamu:n Oo'tMissioNnn,
WASIIINfiTON, li. C, Jlay 27, 18H5.
By direction of tho Board of Commissioners,
Bciilcd pioposnls will bo lccelvcd nt tills ofllco
until 12 o'clock in., on MONDAY, JUNE 15.
IbSO, for furnhhlng tho vailous branches of
tho District gouinmcnt with general suppltos,
compi Icing Stationery, Blank Forms and Print
ing, School Books, Furniture, Hnrdwaro, Tin
ware, nnd fctreet Lamps, I'luinhers' Mntcrlul,
tlroccrles, Boots and Shoes, Drugs, Olass,
Faints and Varnishes, Lumber, Forage, Meat",
Castings, Fuel. Dry Goods, Cement and Lime,
Construction Mntctlal iindTolcphono Supplies.
Blank forms und proposals, together with nil
Information, can bo obtained upon application
therefor at Room 17, Columbia Building, 46
St. II. w.
Tho right Is i escrved to l eject any or nil bids,
O. J. LYDECKER,
Major of Engineers U. S. A.,
nngO-lOt Eng'r Commissioner P. C.
PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY.
Wamiinoton, P. a, May 12, 1885.
Scaled proposnls will bo received at this Do
riirlinent until 12 o'clook m. on Wednesday,
Jtibo 21, 1HHIT, for furnishing Stationery for
tho uio of Fhst nnd Second Class FostoOlces
for ono year from July 1, 1885.
Illunk forms of pioposals showing tho Horns
and estimated quantities required, together
with chculur iclnting theioto, wll ho fur
nhhed on application to this Dcpnrlmont.
I'ropoMils should ho addressed to tho First
Assistant rostmaster-Gcnoral, und lndorswl
'Tropofcals for Statlbnory.''
Tho Postinaster-Ooncrul reservo tho right
to reject any or nil bids.
WM. F. VILAS,
PINET POINT HOTEL, MD.
Ninety-two Mllos from
Vashlnnton, on tho Potomao River.
OPEN 1011 GUESTS JUNE 20.
Steamers Excelsior or Gcorgo Lcury each
o-onhigfrom foot of 7lh st.
For terms, which will bo moderato, apply to
Hotel; Wash It. Williams, 7th and 1) sts. n. v.,
or W. P. RIOK,
Artificial Stone Paving Comp'y
OfTice, HIS New York Avenue.
Artisiic and Fno Work in Cement a
Our Skilled Workmen lay tho following Pa vo
ments; Sclilllennor'R Patent, Best Granolithic.
Aephaltum, Artificial Stone.
Kltthcns'sidowalks, Stahlosaud Cellars laid
W Ith uctitness and piomptness.
flu-tiers of ornnerlv nro nntlftoil Mint, thnv
will ho held re.spouslhlo for Infringements of
tin's patent. Tho United Mutes Courts for tho
Dlstiict of Columbia havo recently enjolnod
II. L. Cianfoid and tho Commissioners of tlio
Diet! Jet of Columbia from laying this pave
ment. All nrtlflrlnl stouo pavements othor
than that laid under tho patent nro wot thloss.
JOS. O. MoKIBBIN,
Tclcphono Call 407 2. l'resldmit.
G .A. K, E O? X 3ST a-s-GEO.
Hns in stock a full Iluo of O.irpollogn, all
grades Oilcloths, Cocoa and Straw Mattings.
Aleo Inti'Bt ntylea lu Wall Paper, Window
Hbudeu and L'urlulti Ooods, Wire Window and
120 NINTH BTREEr NORTHWESr,