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UPTOWN
Cochrane Go
OFFER AS A SPEOIAL BARGAIN
100 Dozen Dotfe Bui Bone Corset
AT TUB UNUSUALLY
Low Price Only 48c Each
COCHRANE CO
16th Stroet and Now York Ave
OPPOSITE RIGGS BANK
6 oods for June and July
Kvbcr Clolli Albatross Cloth unci Nuns
Veiling in Cream White Pink mid Bluo
India Linen India Mull Nainsook and
Persian Lawns In White Blue Cieuin
Lavender and Pink with
AN ELEGANT LINE OF SWISS NAIN
SOOKnnd CAMBRIC EMBROIDERIES
Cheap Lawns In Endless Variety
BROWN CLAGETT jr
No 809 MARKET SPACE
736 Headquarters for Bargains 73
NEW PARASOLS IINEN DP INDIA
PERSIAN LAWN 5c CALICOS
LINEN LAWNS from Qi to 12c
SILKS lrom 50c up
flATTVS fmm 3fio nil
HOSIERY GLOVES LACE
Gc HANDKEEOHIKESut
MITTS
YOUNGS 736 7th St
Says Mrs Brown to all her lady fiionds
and a Prosont to All 5 Customers
DONT YOU FORGET
73G THE OLD STAND BY 736
Special Bargains in Laces
Tlieso goods nro In remnants and will ho
sold at 10 cents oich Tho prlco will sur
priso overyhody Also Bargains in
Lawns and India Linens
AT
L BEHEBNDS
Baltimore Cash Store
008 SEVENTH ST bet I and K
GUINNIP DAY CO
S3 AND 831 SEVENTH ST N W
Agents for tho
OP a la Sirane Paris C0KSET
MARQUE D ElOSrE
Ker Bark Trunnel
DEALERS IN
RELIABLE DRY GOODS
030 SEVENTH STREET N W
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS
IN
WHITE GOODS
GEO M TAYLORS
914 SEVENTH STREET N W
SPECIAL
JOB LOT OF ALL WOOL COLORED
BUNTINGS Reduced to IS He
areat Bargains In all kinds of
DESIRABLE DRY GOODS
TRUNNEL OLARK CO
SOU MARKET SPACE
JUST RECEIVED
Black Silks Black Cashmeres
And 11 variety of other
Dress Goods for Sale Cheap
RILEY BUILDING
Corner Nlntli and E streets northwest
TO SAVE MONEY
Buy your DRY GOODS
OF
LUTTRELL WINE
1030 PENNA AVENUE
A GODDAKD
Dealer in Fancy and Staple DRY GOODS
00 1 SovonthSt bet land K
Goods Wariantcd as Represented
Q0 TO LANSBURGH BROS
III VND 100 SEVENTH ST
und von iuh suro to Hud thu most Cciiu
jloto Stmik of DRY GOODS In thu city
lutooMitins
SPRING LEAP TEA
AT 50 CENTS A POUND
LUKK AND PALATABLE
N W BUROHBLL
13113 F STRKET
New laple Sugar
New MAPLE SYRUP
Fresh Shipments Rcculvud Dally
Elphonso Youngs
GROOBR
604 Ninth Stroet Northwest
Tolophouu all right again
A II II AUK
GEO Wholesale and Itcull oitouKK
1313 SEVENTH ST N W 1ml M and V
My BOUQUET WHISKEY i SlH purgul
OUR SUPERLATIVE
THE DAILY CEITIO WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY JUNE 11 1881
DAILY ORITIO
Established AugU3t 1868
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Rates of Advertising
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tlnio 73 cents two times 113 threo times
91SU lour times 175 livo times 1 six
times 200 Additional spaco at tho same
rutoiiursnunrc advcitlsomcnts ivmicarini
every other day 10 or cent additional ad
vcrlHiinonts upiicaiing onco a week or on
Irregular days nro charged at 73 cents per
square for tho 11 rst insertion and 50 emits
porsquuio iorcacn suuscqucm insoruon
Reading notices 2T cents per line
All communlcatlonsshouldbo addressed
to THE DAILY CRITIC
P 0 Box 707 511 Ninth street
Saturday June 11 18S1
To the Headers and Patrons ot the
Dully Critic
Tnc Chitic ceases with this Issue to be
published as a peuuy paper Successive
enlargement had years aero brought It to
the limit of such expansion as could be
afforded without an lncroaso of prico
But the growth of the city la population
wealth and business and the favor ex
tended by advertising patrons and the
public unite to justify another step for
ward Accordingly The Critic will ap
pear on Monday In an enlarged form and
the price will be Increased to Two Cents
In tho change of organization by which
this enlargement Is accompanied Tnc
CniTiC submits to thelaw of development
which In this era Is characteristic of so
many prosperous enterprises The enter
prises that thrive in this latter part of the
Nineteenth century are those that keep
increasing their capttaland enlarging their
scope And tho great Instrument through
which capital Is brought together in the ne
cessary amounts Is otnt stock Incorpora
tion It Is corporato enterprise that builds
the railroad tunnels the mountain dies the
ship canal propels the steamship and lays
the ocean cable It Is corporate enter
prise mainly that carries on tho worlds
manufacturing and mining Industries and
the largo operations of commerce and
such are the growing demands of modern
journalism that with comparatively few
exceptions corporate enterprise alone is
found adequate to meet them
As the proprietors of The Daily C jiitio
merge their Interests with those of others
in an enlarged undertaking they feel
some prldo in having nurtured to its pres
ent stage the thrifty plant which corpo
rato enterprise now essays to bring to a
lullur development At tho samo time
they gratefully recognize their obligations
for the many favors received from llboral
patrone the kindness of contemporaries
the approval and forbearance of readers
uiul tho good feeling manifested by citi
zens of this District In retiring from a
position of sole control to one of
with others it is a source of much
satisfaction to them that the principles of
Independence and Impartiality upon
which they have conducted The
Critic are heartily endorsed by their
new coadjutors and tlioy take especial
pleasure in tho conviction that however
nineh new support Tm Evenino Critic
may vviu by its enlarged facilities ub a
newspaper it will not fall to deserve the
friendship aud e6tcem of the old support
ers of The Daily Critic by a careful
adherence to all those traditions of busi
ness and editorial management which
have heieloforo received so large a share
ol public approval
John 0 Saxis has bcou so long regard
ed us a mirth producer that the nation
hHn teamed to think of him as a well of
pure English ever bubbling over with
rippling tides of laughter provoking
rhyme To connect sorrow and settled
inilaneUoly with his name is dlfllcult
and jit we aro told that a long scries of
domestic bereavements have affected his
hbulth and spirits most disastrously
Within one year ho has lost by doath his
wile mother and a tenderly loved
daughter-in-law aud is now much broken
by such n ead dissolution of his homo
circle
Next Monday Tnc Critic will bo
issued under tho new management
It Is the determination of tho manage
ment to mako The Evening Critic a
live spicy and newsy paper worthy In
every respect of tho patronage of tho peo
ple of tho District It will bo Independ
ent in politics as In everything else It
will givo all tho news in an attractive and
readable shape It will bo thoroughly
identified with the Interests of the com
munity It will be no partys nor no
mans organ It will be published to
mako money for its publishers and to givo
tho people a first class evening paper
Its price will be two cents per copy
Subscribers will bo served by careful and
prompt carriers at B5 cents per month
Subscription books now open
Advertisers will find The Evenino
Critic a first class medium for making
their wants known to tho public
Further than this we are willing to let
the forthcamtng Issues of tho paper speak
for themselves
That very paternal sovereign Louis
XIV of every graceful but not very gra
cious memory once sent a present of a
Dutch pump and a lot of leather bnckcts
to his faithful city of Quebec as a delicate
hint that it ought to try to put out its
own fires Exactly two hundred years
have elapsed since that event suroly time
enough for even the slowest community to
take a hint but Quebec seems not to
have done it There is a choice lot of old
historyarchives and generally
gathered into that old town by virtue of
its ancientry and it ought to make a little
effort to preserve these things for future
ages and the rest of the world even if
the very conservative population does not
care to consider the safety of its own
homes and people From the accounts of
tho conflagration It must bo Inferred that
tho water supply is manifestly insufficient
and that by the peculiarity of the local
system when a Ionian 1 Is mado In one
section of tho towuthe other must go dry
Probably because brought up from In
fancy In the knowledge of this special city
arrangement tho citizens seem particularly
prone to lose their wits In a tiro All ac
counts unite in confessing that everybody
unanimously agreed in standing
In everybody elses way and
thus complicated tho matter Into
absolute confusion for tho general advan
tage of tho thieves While full of sym
pathy with the inevitable distress that
mutt follow such a public calamity and
with its hand already in its pocket to sub
scribe promptly the material aid that is
so sorely needed by tho houseless suffer
ers it really seems as If tho rest of tho
world had the right to advise the hand
some old city to take this opportunity for
examining Its waterworks
To many Americans the name of Cadet
Edwin St John Greble graduate at West
Point will recall a flood of tender memo
ries His father was the first Union
officer killed in tho late war Ho fell at
Big Bethel Va June 10 1SD1 engaged
as It was then believed with troops led
by officers who had been tho guests of his
own table in Philadelphia Tho commu
nity was at that time yet unused to the
horrors of war and many flags were placed
at half mast for his memory by his fel
low cltlzans while It was observed with
admiration that the stout patriot his
father kept his banner floating free while
his grieving mother rofused herself tho
conventional comfortof a darkened dwell
ing with tho declaration that it was no
time for the exhibition of a private grief
that might depress tho spirits of tho pub
lic at a moment when all should bo both
hopeful and helpful
There are so mauy now things being
invented and discovered that oven tho un
abridged dictionary is In danger of run
ning short Everybody roads almost
everybody writes and a good many people
ovongosofar as to think and Inconse
quence tho regular standard supply of vo
cabulary is subjected to a constantly In
creasing demand A new word is a great
public benefaction especially when It
tersely and exactly expresses a somewhat
complex fact or comprehensive idea that
is difficult of elaboration or definition
Tho invention of the telephone has while
bestowing a groat benefit upon society
brought also a hoavy obligation In tho
added burden that is felt by tho commu
nity In dealing with the now fact in com
mon conversation Tho weight of this in
illetlon may ba materially rolieved by tho
introduction of tho proposed word
csccnce It looks well sounds well
and appears to be legitimate and can bo
conveniently used to express tho phenom
ena connected with tho telephone and the
conversion of intermittent radiations into
sound The term is to bo ascribed to Mr
E II Cook who offers It to the public In
the Philosophical Magazine
A sudden crop of ready mado jokes
springs up at tho announcement that
Capt Albert I Fair tho present occupant
of General Washingtons birthplace in
Westmoreland Va has discovered a lit
tle hatchet which was brought to light
recently by the plow It has been sent to
Mt Vernon and of course everybody Is
ready with a little Joke original or select
ed for immcdlato application
The Iconoclastic spirit of our ago is well
shown In the special spllo and venom pro
voked by this poor Innocent and harmless
historic Incident It has been so torn to
tatters that it is no longer possible to
treat It with any of tho defcrenco that It
deserves At our centennhl exposition
was exhibited a very graceful piece of
statuary A handsome lad alert and vig
orous was delineated with such skill as to
claim attention from tho passing throng
Many stopped to admire and wonder at
It but gradually as ovcry gazer penetra
ted the meaning of the sculptor a smile
would rise and almost every American
amid audible laughter would exclaim in
accents of perplexity It must be
Washington with his littlo hatchctl Tho
foreign sculptor who had chosen tho
theme as appropriate to the occasion and
compllmectary to the sentiment of tho
American people must have been very
much surprised at the expressions of opin
ion which it elicited
London society is enjoying tho pleas
ing amusement of laughing at its own last
folly repeated tellingly by tho clever
mimicry and artistic exaggerations of the
stage Tho success of the travesty must
be accepted as a cheering proof that tho
icsthetlc craze has over reached its climax
and that tho satiated devotees have re
gained sufficient energy to laugh at their
own nonsensical vagaries Tho triumph
of The Colonel at the Prince of Wales
Theatre has beon greatly assisted by tho
cleverness of Miss Gfulletta Ardltl the
daughter of tho celebrated operatic con
ductor Tho lady has heretofore appear
ed as a singer but she has abandoned the
opera to assumo this new pait to which
she brings remarkable talent and address
She Is tho foremost hcrolno of a group of
rcstbetlcs llmpest of a limp lot She
flops she sighs she finds the deep the
broad and the far reaching all in an old
teapot Upon every available occasion
sho becomes quite too utterly utter while
In portraying tho very sublimity of sense
lessness she changes naturally from atti
tude to attitude with a graco which makes
every pose a fit study for an artist
The general revival of intsrest in anti
quated art is Indicated by the prices paid
in recent sales for tho works of French
painters of the eighteenth century Pictures
of Lancrets showed a remarkable ad
vance one sold in 1851 at 8000 francs was
purchased lately for 110000 francs whllo
another which in 1311 brought 553 francs
has been Just sold for 00000 francs This
is of courso the unusual advance accorded
to a special popularity but many other
pictures have been sold at such remark
ablo prices that It Is almost safd to say
that incase of any good French picture of
the eighteenth century the advance from
the estimated values of forty years
ago can be stated at an aver
age by adding a figure to tho end of
the line Probably some of these prices
may be duo to the freak of fashion but a
number of famous Dutch pictures have re
ccntly changed owners at a marked In
crease In price and tho purchaso of a
good pleco of art may bo considered as a
sensible Investment for some superfluous
cash even when regarded only In the light
of tho market
In TnE reports published by tho Massa
chusetts Bureau of Statistics of Labor it
is stated as a fact which applies all over
the country that In all mills whero
mon and children predominate among tho
operatives tho hours of labor aro as a
rulo eleven or even more In other mills
where men predominate the hours aro
fixed at ten The report presses the point
that In a land which directly alms at tho
establishment of equality and Justice no
such additional burden should bo placed
upon tho weak the helpless aud tho de
pendent
jrtut juxt
TCTOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms
JJ ut No 10 Grunt Place second Hoor
with or without board
anuiequiicu
References given
1111121
TTIOR RENT A largo room In the socoud
J3 story of 11 building located on Ninth
street northwest botween E and F For
liirtherlntormatloiuipplyuttho olllco ot
Tho Dally Critic inr5 tt
T7IOR RENT Sovoral small furnished
rnninu wlHi nnnvnulniinia n i
can bo hnd at 222 Socond street 11 w Ju8ti
T7I0R RENT Call mid boo our list of
TvmPltlfo JOHN SHERMAN
CO St Cloud Building Iu7tl
JIOAHDTXU
TTUEST OLASS BOARD with largo
rooms ut 470 Pouua live opposite
National Hotol Board lrom ifitoifclOpor
n uuit iruusiuur iioiu fi 10 yinu per uay
Tonus to suit for iainillos Mrs O a
Howard pioprlctrcss oo7d
o
ty
WAXXH
XTTrANTED Tho Public to know that
VV Tim Daily CniTto Offlco 511 Ninth
St CritloBulldlngIsoireringSpccIal Rates
for itdvortlsonieiits of Wanis Tor Rout
For Sale Lost aud Pound and Boarding
An udvortlsomont of tho above slzo will
cost
For ono time 35 cents
For two times 10 cents
For threo times 55 cents
For four times 70 cunts
For livo times 85 cunts
Forslx times 4100
7 SIn viowof tho largo numbers ol
industrious Men and Womonnow
outof oiuploymont wo will until further
notice print FR1E OF CHARGE sov
oral times all bona fldo advertisements
sonttothls office properly worded ana
not niorotlian livo fines In length of per
sons of cither sex who desiro to obtain sit
uations
ITTANTED By a respoctablo white
VV boy of 17 years a situation as clerk
inagrocurystoroor to drlvo a wagon
has been used to tho business and is not
afraid of work best of leforoneo If in
quired Inquire at HI Rldgo St botweon
lth and 5th streets ulO t
By a boy of 15 years cm
TV ploymcnt has had one years expe
rience in the grocory business best rolcr
encos Address F B Georgetown P O
tolti Kt
w
ANTED Pupils In Spanish Ad-
uress uouroziimu uriiioomce
loo codfit
Trr ANTED By steady industrious
VV honest boy Just leaving school 15
years ot age a situation in an office book
blndory or store Address W T 1021 3d
street northeast jns ot
AUCTION BARGAINS in NowandScc
ond hand FtirnlturoCarpetsOllcIoth
Beddlngat Wm LOEWENTHALS 1133
7thst Liberal prices paid for Second hand
Furniture of ovory description u3
TTrANTED A lnlddle ngcd man for
VV morly In Treasury Department
wishes a situation as watchman or mes
sengorjlOpercont or salary paid for six
months Conlldonco 12 1 Mass avo 11 w
Juset
TTrANTED By n steady and
VV ous young colored ninnii situation
as driver or porter in 11 store Address R
S this olllcc 1u2 6t
TTrANTED Two nblo bodlod men us
VV laborers on farm Apply to
lons Loan Olllco 31 1 9th street bot D and
Pennsylvania avo 11 w maiM Hit
TTrANTED To oxchnngo now stoves
VV for old ones ut Butlers Stovo Ex
chango cor BUi and Iv or ut National 1302
F Sinokoy chlmnoys cured or no pay
Rcfrlgointors Gas and Oil Stoves tor sale
or exchange Old Stovos bought ap5
TTrANTED Furnaces Ranges and
VV Latrobos to set mid repair Plumb
ing nnd gas lltting at low rates All work
warranted Theo Hurdlo507 K st 11 w o4k
TTrANTED 1000 SUITS OF CLOTHES
VV TO CLEAN at tho DOLLAR AND
A HALF SUIT CLEANING DEPOT 1009
F street sop
jPOJS SAX1S
TTlOIt SALE Acottago houso and six
JD acres of land 12 miles lrom Washing
ton on tho B P rallioad at a bargain
Apply to Isaac Brown Glcndalo station
B A I railroad or at this olllco mal tt
T7IOR SALE Farm of nlnoty acres near
JJ Washington suited to gardening
dairying or fanning will bo sold ut very
littlo moro than half Its value owner not
being a farmer has no uso for It Apply
at2JlDstn w mul tf
SALE A beautiful homo on tho
FOR P railroad 12 miles lrom tho
city 5 ncros of ground with now house
barn and out buildings small lrults of all
kinds For full particulars apply to 7 S
Swormstcdt Real Estato Agent 023 F st
TTIOR SALE - NEW AND SECOND
JD HAND COUPES Coupolottes Lan
daus Landauleltes Coupe Eockuwuys
Extension Tops Tump Seats Fhajtons
Buggies Villago Carts Surroys a All
woik warranted to bo us lopresented
PRICES LOW
ROBT II GRAHAM
110 TO -110 EIGHTH STREET N W
Repairing Promptly attended to Jal8o
TTIOR SALE Cull and seo our list of
JD Proporty for Sale JOHN SHERMAN
CO St Cloud Building fo7ti
Georgetown Advertisements
avuirjtiya axj itxmxa
TTr II WIIEATLEYS Stcmn Dyeing
YV anil Wet and Dry Seoul lug Estab
lishment will call for and dullvur Work
anywhere in tho District upon 1 ccolpt of
address by mail or otherwise Goods ro
celved and returned by mail and express
from and to nil parts of tho country No
iocs old 40 Tollerson streotnear llrldgo
Georgetown D C nprll
witviws axi TumxjtY
A Gold Watch lortlft
A hotter Gold Wutch for 20 23 30 150
Silver Wutohos from 3 to 20
Jowolry Silverware Clocks Spectacles
Ub
J S BLACKFORDS
Now No 3135 BRIDGE STREET
JZiUMJUXG AXJ gas jaxiixa
S IVt WATERS
50 HIGHbTREET
Practical PLUiinEnSTiiAsr A Gas FiTTiin
All Work Warranted octlg
VIUAJtS AXJ TOltAVVO
JOHN H SOHTJLTZE 50 Bridge street
keeps the bust 5 nnd 10 ot Cigars to bo
found In Georgetown Sunduyand Wcokly
1u pom Stationary otc
llAJlliWAlti
New Hardware and Harness Store
H P GILBERT 51 High street
Huidwuio and Harness ut reasonublo
rates Uarnoss repalied sop8 ly
Special Bargains in Mew and Second
hand FURNITURE at tho Old -Stand 70
and 78 Bridge St Second hand Furniture
Bought Sola and Exchanged
A TALLENT Practical Upholsterer
85 HlghStopp Foncstltull
Upholstering in nil lis Branches Fnrnl
turn Repalied
MisajrriAXjo us
ASH paid for Funiltuio Rullcs curi
osities Books Clothing Tools -out
ho ExcJiiuiiro Nos 1223 and 1227 Thlr
second UOHIghsticot P 0 MERRY
i
V
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West End Advertisements
nAiimvAui
JtUUKS
DIRECTORY
or tub
V
WIRE CLOTH FOR WINDOW AND
DOOR SCREENS at t
P SCHNEIDER SON
Cor Eighteenth st nnd Pen n a Avonuo
Antiquarian Books Toys Pictures
and frainesVIsItlng Cards Vennors
1705 Ponna avo
ASHBY
ocgl
Principal Business Houses of
Washington
ThO following Is Ulllllishprt ilnllWnr tli A
bonofltofstrangoraand tho publlo gonr
tuny unit lumuuua muuy tu ino principu
uusiiiusa uuuaus in tvusmngion
AMUSEMENTS
Abners Musio Hall 708 E street
Theatre Comique Eleventh and C street
GROCERIES
P P Little Eichth and V strls s
Geo A OHare 1213 Seventh street a w
between M and N
Geo E Kennedy Son 1209 F st n w
N W Burcholl 1332 F street northwest
McCauloy Dellwig 209 Pennsylvania
avenue Capitol Hill
PAINTS
Isaac Levy 1009 Seventh street n w
Brownings Bitters 010 Pennsy Ivan iaav
uropp s oaive uure u Ulmslianl 48
Pennsylvania avenue
PXOLR
Capitol Mills Georgetown D C
CHINA AND GLASSWARjtl
H Hollander dOSSoventh street n Vil
UVER PAD
Holinan Liver Pad Co cor Ninth and B
CLOTHIERS
Eiseman Bros Seventh and E streets
J W Selby 1914 191G Pennsylvania av
The Famous 400 Seventh st cor T
Devlill Co 1320 V qtrt Tinrtlitur
B Robinson Co909 Pennsylvania tvm
S A Griesbauer 435 Ninth ntrpnt n w
Georgo Spransy 507 Seventh street nw
E Horgau G15 I street northwest
A Saks Co 31G Seventh street n w
M F Eiseman 421 Seventh streot north
west under Odd Fellows Hall
H Koppel 605 Thirteenth street n vr
A Straus 1011 Pennsylvania avoii
CONFECTIONERY
F Freund 702 Ninth street northwest
TATTT TTAXTmTje r
W H Veerhoff 910 Seventh street n w
waiionoy diu 1onnsylvanla ave east
WOW fiATJPFTS
J W McKnight Co 1408 Pennsylvania
ibveuuu
HOTELS c
National Hotel corner Sixth street andi
Pennsylvania avenue northwest
Harvey Holdens 1016 Pennsylvani
avenue
Mrs C G Howard476 Pennsylvania ave
FANCY GOODS
Mrs Solma Riinnnrt ffR Nltitb sf n
I L Blout 710 Seventh street northwest
j a loung vao seventh street n w
uirs max iveyi iiz asventli
Ji J uenrend aits Seventh
uutmans uia Seventh sti
Davis 719 Marknt Sim
Kings Palace 814 Smmnth
tween 11 and I streets i
Douglass Ninth and F street northwest
SCOURING AND DYEING
W II Wheatley 1068 49 Jefferson st
Georgetown D C
Byng Bro 1513 Pennsylvania avenue
HARDWARE
S R Gittings 612 Pennsylvania avenue
F Schneider Sou corner Eighteenth
street and Pennsylvania avenue
PENS AND INK
Geo R Herrick 928 F streot n w
LIVERY STABLES
Fadeley Uro 422 and 424 Eighth
between D and E
Keyes Co cor Fourteenth and E
e
n
st n w J
street n w p n
reet northwest A
i nr n KiVlitlA I
0
fltrput lii 1 A
1 i -
St3
boots Aivn sunus vr
Benkert Wilson 819 PenusylvaLfaav
u iiouuruuB muz Deventii stroet n w
A Soulmers 609 PonilRvlrniila nvAtiua
A L Hazelton 423 Seventh street n vr
Wm Halm 816 Seventh stroet aud 192
PfllinsvlnUlIrt nvatmn
L Riohold 491 Pennsylvania avenue and
-ii i uunsyivania avenue southeast
iv a urown iaas Pennsylvania ave
betiNineteenth and Twentieth s
BOOKS f
MoCrearv MoClollim 114 Seventh
P C Morrv 1223 Tlilrtvnei nml at
J L Ashbv 1705 Pennsylvania hvhn w1
I r 11 1 inn tt
u j i urtsun m i i nun street u w
REAL ESTATE AOtiNT
J S Swormstedt 928 V street n w
SKATES flllTTilSTlY iLr
0 Fischers old stand 623 Seventh st
opposite Patent Office
CARRIAGE BITTTnTCUS
noui u urauam 410 iiu EMith
northwest between T nnd 1
P D SolimidtdGG lflnnsvlvaiin nvnnn
BRTTflmSTS yrf
W T llollD - - ii - - W
lib wtiim a uujiayivauiiwwv
line mm iiinoieontii street n w
RATLBOA11S
Baltlinoro and Ohio Railroad
Baltimore and Potoinao Railroad
STONE nriMiuifS
will
Aokor Co cor North Capital aud E stB
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