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TIIE EVEOT3TG CRITIC, WASHINGTON, !D. C FRIDAY, APRIL 14, i882.
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BVKNING CRITIO PUBLISHING COMPANY,
Washixotox, n. O.
Entered at the Tost Ofllce In Washington m sec
ond clafts matter.
Friday," April" 14 1882
l'EitHArs Ifowgato lias gone, on another
expedition to tlio North Polo.
Bnr.wSTr.n is not tlio first Attorney
General who derived his Tamo from tbo
peculiarity of his turnout.
In onnr.n to mate, his South Carolina
follcy complete, Mr. Dicvrstcr should Issuo
n few midnight orders. It would help
along tho Liberal movement In the South.
Lying Tom James' frlond Smith was ar
rested yesterday in Philadelphia for libel.
Lying Tom ought to bo arrested to-day for
misappropriating $210,000 of tho Govern
ment's money for Smith's benefit.
The bill for tho right of way of tho St.
Louis & Snu Franslco Road through tho
Indian nation passed tho Scnato yesterday.
Jay Gould, but a short timo sluce, pur
chased from tho Scligmaus a majority of
tho stock of that road.
Does Congress know that tho appropria
tion for public printing is exhausted, and
tbat unless snmo Immcdiato provision is
made tho Government Printing Ofllco will
be closed next Monday, and all printing
even tbo Congressional Rccoid stop ? This
is tho fact.
Isaac AV. Mcvey has been heard from
again. lie announces his opposition to
this Administration. This will go far
toward redeeming tho Administration from
tho effects of Frclinghuyscn's foreign
policy and Brewster's celebrated ycllow
whcclcd car of Juggernaut.
The Scnato passed alargo number of bills
yesterday, among them ono to pay tho
losses incurred by tho destruction of tho
privateer General Armstrong, which oc
curred in 1811. Who will say that repub
lics are ungrateful when seventy years
after Ibo damago was done a bill passes ono
branch of Congress to repay citizens tho
money without interest lost in defenso of
tho republic ?
Yesterday Lieutenant P. V. Greeno
submitted a very important and interest
ing report on tho subject of tho lighting of
our streets to his chief, Major Twining, En
gineer Commissioner of tho District. The
Critic published it in full. Tho Eccning
Dullness will probably publish it noxt
Saturday. Crosby S. Noyes is tho re
sponsible barnacle of that moribund con
cern. . i
The bill appropriating money to inako
stamps passod the Scnato yesterday, and
tho furloughed employes of tho Printing
and Engraving Bureau can go to work
again. Tun Critic is tho only paper that
looked into tho reasons that mado this fur
lough necessary and urged tho immcdiato
passago of this bill. It locatod tho placo
whero tho fault was and tho facts fully
exonerated tho chief of tho Printing and
Engraving Bureau from any blanio in tho
An esteemed subscriber inquires, "Why
do you call tho lato P. M. G. 'Lying Tom
James,' when, as you well know, his namo
is Thomas L. James?"
Well, wo simply takotho liberty of trans
posing his initials. Wo might call him
Thomas Lying James, but that would not
bo so euphonious as Lying Tom James, and,
besides, tbo latter form has tho advantage
of introducing his namo with tho most fa
mous part of it. You sco it is simply a mat
ter of taste.
The question uow arises, Will tho
Land Grant Railroad ring fetch Brother
Teller into camp as easily as they did his
two immcdiato predecessors? In viow of
tho fact that from thirty to forty millions
of dollars worth of land is involved in
theso premises, thero is naturally a largo
contingent fund for the purchase of well,
of Ertnlng Posts and tho like. Brother
Teller, however, having mado a brisk anti
railroad record, will have farther to travel
than cither of his predecessors had, if ho
should choose to retreat.
The Secretary of tho Treasury estimates
for$335,2j for "streets requiring immc
diato attention," and tho Dlsnict Commit
tee cut this down to $300,000. Iii theso
estimates of tho Secretary, $30,500 is given
to the section cast of tho Capitol, and $20,000
southwest of it. The remainder, $290,323,
goes to. the northwestern section of tho ctty.
If with tbo reduced amount tho work is
dono under the diminished appropriation In
tho order that tho schedule, reads, as mado
by tho Commissioners and tho Socretary,
$30,000 will bo taken from grading aud
regulating Btrccts In tho northwest, $20,730
from tho southwest, aud tho remainder of
the $55,825, that is $5,073, from tbouth
cast. The Critic will seo whethor this
order is preserved.
A new Public Printer has been appointed
and confirmed. lie takes cbargo of tho
Government Printing Odes on tho 15th
(to-morrow). Tho appropriation for print
ing is entlrely'exhaustcd. Ills first act will
have to bo to closo tho ofilco and stop all
printing, even to the Congressional Record,
unless Congress passes an immediate de
ficiency bill. Ho should not bo thus ham
pered at tho start. There Is no doubt tbat
thero has been great extravagance and in
competency in tho ofllce, but, of course, Mr,
Itounds cannot beheld accountable for that.
He is a business man and understands the
printing business from the ground up and
will soon 6top all extravagance. Tho Gov
trnment must have printing, and printing
cannot bo dono without money.
It is a pity that tho lmpenatrablo screen
tt Executive eos3ion should forever ecllpso
from tbo popular gaze the majestic display
ef Superior Virtue with which Bayard of
Delaware greeted tho favorable report of
the nomination of William E. Chandler.
Deference to the Wilmington (Del.) papers,
however, shows that Mi, Bayard's majestlo
display of Superior Vlrtua was not wholly
confined to tho unappreclative precincts of
Executive session. This is well. In an
ege of fully and crime, like that i a which
wo Jive, about the only solace that tho pure
in heart are enabled to enjoy, lithoocca
ala&aldlsplayof Superior Virtue by Bayard
at Delawme. This world would be dreary
Js4d without the Superior Virtue of
Byd tf Delaware.
Tho .!IIlslil Itltcr Problem.
T Hit IMUor (J The Jiicnlng Villlci
Tho pi ccnt floods that liftvo desolated tho
tnlleyof tlio Mississippi havo demonstrated
tlio nhMiM folly and stupendous crlmo ot try
ing to hedgo In tho floods of that valley by nny
system of lcvcpfl) but, ns contractors nudnb
blwr engineer oxpoct tolmvo tlio disbursing
of tlOO,000,000 in the Jobs they proposo
under tho shnmprotcnsoof Improving navi
gation, they Imvobecn bctoro orory commit
tee of Itotli Houses, not for tho purpose of ex
plaining their plans, what thoy will cost or
time required tor their completion, but mora
particularly to opposo tho making of tho Lnko
llorgno outlet, "which every sensible person
knows will not only to a great extent provont
overflows, but Improve navigation of tlio Mis
sissippi. Ilut they say it won't ilo what's
claimed tor It, Huppose It should tall to ac
complish the third, Is that any reason why
tbo experiment should r.ot bo tried when thoy
admit all thoy proposo Is also nu experiment.
It cannot In nny way Intcrfcro with nny
work proposed by tho Commission, but It It
dorn any good at all, will greatly aid tho work
of tbo Commission. Than why should thoy
mako such opposition. It cannot bo on tho
ground of tho cost, ns It Is woll known theso
men nio no watch-dogs to knop tho money In
Treasury, and llielropposltlou on that ground
will not bo appreciated by many honest poo
pie. But lake It on Iho other hand. Buppjso tho
outlet produces all tno results claimed for it;
on tbat ground tho Commission and tlio
Louisiana congressmen cannot object. It thoy
nio honest in tholrdcstru to Improve tho navi
gation of tho Mississippi lilver nnd provent
o crriow, ns It will not only nld them, but do
nwaywlth tho protended necessity for tho
wotklhey proposo to do nt groat cost and
long pcilod of time.
It ihceo men ncio actuated tor tho. public
good they would say yes, try tho T.ako llorgno
nutlet, try any and everything that has tho
least cbanco to relievo tho people of that val
Icy from otcrflow, disease nnd death nnd lift
them from the condition of national paupers,
mado so by tho otorllows, nnd thou, as a
natural consequence, followed by yollow
fovcr. Tho world hns not fotgotton iho epi
demic of 1878, It all theso men have.
Do wo hear anything llko such sontlments
from this Commission nnd their friends both
on and off tho floor of Congress t No, not ono
words but nro loudest in asking rations for
starting pooplo and aid for yellow fever out
forers. 'i his should tonch Congross that thore
Is no honesty of purposo In such mon. It
Congiess will but do Its duty not ono dollar
should bo voted this Commission untllCaptaln
Cowdeu should havo a chance to mako his out
let at Lako llorgno.
Tho moro opposition theso mon mako to
that natural, simples cheap and speedy plnn
for lellcf, tbo moro aro wo satlsuod that there
Is a big Job aud fat steal In tho lovoo and river
Should Congross rctnso tho $230,090 to test
the problem bused on common sense and rea
son and voto the millions asked to start a Job
that will require millions, and millions more
cvory year, it will bo hard to convince tho tax
payers of tho whole country that thero aro not
more people lntorestod In litis Jobbery than are
outside of Congress, and if we are not much
mistaken this loveoaud Jetty business wilt
Icavomoro men nt homo than did tho Credit
Moblllcr stonl and bacX-salnry grab.
Why Fruit Is Scnrcc.
To the Htlltor f TheEicning Critic:
Tho leason why wo havo a scarcity of fruit
Is that hundreds of sparrows assemble In tho
iruit trees ami, as n wore, navo a snort con
fab as to who shall pick tho greatest numbor
of blossoms from tbo troes. They then go to
work In good carnost and tho blossoms rail
from tbo trees thicker than snow during a
snowstorm. Somo Immcdiato action by tbo
proper authorities should bo taken to exter
minate tho English sparrow, or ncno but tho
rich can enjoy tho luxury of rlpo peaches.
rpo ALL CONSUMERS OF TAINTS.
TO TIIE HOUSE OWN Ell,
AND TO T110SK WHO Ann BY TRADE AND CILLINa
CONSUMERS Or TAINTS,
The following plain and pertinent truths arc re
"Be icady always to give an answer to every man
tbat asketh you a reason."
In accordance with, and in obedience to, tho
above injunction, we propose to Bet before the
lioutc owner aud the consumer of paint good and
valid reasons, with argument in support thereof,
why the licady-mailc litnt manufactured by
John W. Masury & Son should In exterior houio
painting be preferred before any and all other
material offered or presented for such purpose,
rirst.we hold up In terms fts brief and concise
as poEslble tbo facts In the case, and afterward
give tho "reasons for the hope that Is wlthlnus."
We assert, without fear of reasonable contra
diction, that the lleady-mado Colors made and
sold by us arc, nil tilings considered, the moat ceo.
iwmtrol; meaning thereby that a house owner
fan, bv the use of our paints In painting his
bouse, reallzo abetter result lor a given sura of
money than by any other mode of procedure;
and we submit that, all other things beitigequal,
ii hat Ittnoit economical u best. Wo claim, too,
tbat our paints aretaorc (fumble than any and all
otherBeer offered for public favor, and we can, if
wechooseso to do, substantiate this claim by the
written testlmonlalsof tlvo thousand responsible
and respectable men. Our colors lado less than do
omerBjiney are or permanent as, in tne nature or
things, colored ptgmentscan be, and, what is of
prime Importance, In fading they fado to unl
jointly tbat the result is almost the equivalent of
not fading at all, and we believe them tone, for
all surfaces exposed to external w cather forces,
the bent jxmttilt, lyeurvatlvc In ebort. thev have
Inherently the maximum ot all good properties
and qualities and the minimum or all u ndcalrsblo
features possible in colored points. Tlio claims
and assertions hero presented mayseenito ono
lint ncnim!iit(d with the merits nf nnr nrnrtiir-ta
exaggerated and not strictly in accordance with
sober truth; but when we shall have, presented
our reasons why such things may be we have no
fear of being charged with a disposition of boast
fulness or exaggeration. We arc older la this
line of business than any other establishment In
tbo United States or elsewhere, wo believe. The
paints herein particularly recommended have
been in use for more than half the lifetime of agen
cration, nnd tens of thousands of urban and sub
urban and rural domiciled present themsehesus
attesting monuments of the truth of our claims
and the superiority of our products. Country
houses.to tbo number of thousands, have been
paintedagalnand again in all theso earswtth
our colors to the entire satisfaction of their own
ers, and our paints are best appreciated and most
highly commended where they have been most
used and most severely tested. Therefore, we are
not asking the houso owner to try doubtful ex
periments for our profit. Can the new claimants
say oh much? In the business exclusively nf
manufacturing and preparing colors for the ready
use of the palmer the house of John W. Masury &
Son U the oldest In the United States and the
largest In .the world. Tbo senior partner and
pretent Kilo proprietor lias been continuously,
practically, successfully and prosperously in this
business for almost half a century, and, In view
of these facts.lt is reasonable to suppose that
what there is in the business worth knowing he
loscsfieflaknowlcdgeof. If thoreader havuany
doubt of the entire correctness of our assertions
we reler bim to any and all of our competitors
throughout tbo country. Wo do not propose to
depreciate or decry the products or practices or
and wllb reason, that in uslugour paints a good
outcome is assured fioni the start. In putting
these colors before tbepubllo w e gladly uvull our
felvedofall re-putahlo ways and meansof pub
Hulling anil advertising Ihem; but wo cannot come
down to lite common practices of certain self
called manufacturers of paint, who cover every
dead wall and outbuilding and rail fenc through
out thei rural districts wllb their cheap board
signs, in company Willi quack medicine venders,
"no cure, no pay," private medical consultation
aud liver pads. These quacks In tho paint trade
havlnirno reeoenlllon bv tbo rntiwrrnltlamem.
hers of tho business must resort to these more
than doubtful practice's to palm olf upon the pub
lic their worse than worthless trash. In their
owupbiase, it is clieupt aud they might add tho
vitalising adjective tuijrv with a good de-alof
peitlnince. The purchaser of these pulnts should
aceplu mind tbelact that Momrbatty liasto pay
lor tbo cord of sign-boards which is sent along
wllb eery twenty-dollar order for theso fraud
ulc it products.
The remarks foregoing, commendatory or our
own colorB, icier particularly to those of our
paints which aro presented to the public lit the
lorm of colored while lead, called Itallroad
Taints: In paste form, so to spesk, not thinned
wllb oil to a proper consistency for application
with a paint brush, but thick, like white lead,
requiring to bo thinned with linseed oil or tur
pentine, as the case may be. Now, we propose to
set forth the qualities aud properties and merits
ot our Liquid Colors ready thinned, which are
offered and recommended fortbe6ame purposes
as are the unthlnned paints, but In more con
venient form. These colors have not undergone
the test ot time to the same degree as havo the
olbers.but they havo been in common use for
seme cars, and in all cases where the directions
ba e been observed the result has been entirely
satisfactory. We say from our own experience
that in all our years of practice we have never
seen any paint, aner twelve months of exposuie
to the sun and the storms, prevent so flesh an
appearance so little evidence of exposure and
wear. Wo commend theso remarks In all serl
ousaesstothe house owner about to paint, and
ask a tilaluf our products.
John w. masuhv & son.
For sale by
JAMES II McOIIX,
hole agent for the District of Columbia,
apIS St No. nil New York avenue.
JAMES H. MoQILL,
DEALER IN BUILDING SUPPLIES,
No. 1421 New York Avcjiear Treasury,
c .a.:k, up :e rr i asr o-s.
Sf",ln;tcf!L'oUJlne of CarpeUngs, all grade
OUtlol hi. Cocoa and Mt raw MatTlngsT Also, latest
stylei to Wall Taper, Window K luulta and CtirtSl
ttnaam. Tam anil rj,n Ma, M.n. t.rd-.i.
tiSod,,'..J!'ai and (Janie Net Moaqulio Oaaoulei
TH-VOr-11l -tir r . .---
No. 38 NINTH BTBEET NOKTH WJS9T
Spring Hats, .
All liis Iw Shapes Mats
AND THE LATEST
Hats in all tte New Colors anil
At Lowest Prices, at
For NEWEST STYLES
AND MOST RELIABLE
Eancy & Millinery Goods
AT LOWEST TRICES, GO TO
719 Market Space, Oor. 8th St.
Having effected a settlement with the
insurance company on my stock, lately
damaged by the fire next to my store, I
now take pleasure to inform the public
of the reopening of my establishment.
I will sell all damaged goods at a great
sacrifice. Most of the goods are only
slightly damaged by water, but never
theless we will sacrifice them.
Great Bargains can lis Expected in
Our entire Button stock lately pur
chased at half price.
Our Dress Trimmings at 25 per cent,
All our made-up Lace Goods at half
Children's Suits and Ladles' Under
wear, slightly damaged, in job lots.
Mowers and Bisons
Damaged, at any price.
Fine Laces and Embroideries, slightly
damaged, at a sacrifice.
The follow Ine coods, not damaged, will also be
Eold at a uniform reduction for one week:
Our Millinery Department stocked with
the Latest Novelties Bargains.
Our Fine Pattern Hats at a Sacrifice.
Our Ladies' Suits and Wraps greatly
Our Parasols and Gloves reduced.
416 Seventh St. Northwest.
939 Penna. Ave.
OUR SPRING STOCK
IB NOW READY.
The Styles are the Newest.
The Patterns are the Choicest.
Our Garments aro of tho"
Very LATEST CUT, and aro
Mado and Trimmed In tho
Best Manner and aro Equal
to Custom Work, and OUR
PRICES aro CERTAINLY THE
030 Pennsylvania Avenue,
and 032 D Street Northwest,
SIC, 313, SCO.
pH 1217 PKNNA, i AVENUK,
New Law and Miscellaneous Books
Morawfetion Private Corporations; 0,
hchoulernn Jludband and Wire; fd.
1 lgetit of Fire Insurance Decloions, 2 vol t M 50,
Tyler on Infancy aud Coverture, 2d edition; IJ.5Q,
1 he Prcreu, by ikliu. Alexander; 1,
Prudence, byXucy O I.l.lle; twe,
Money Making fur Ladiea; IWc.
Phyblcal Jbducutlon, by Oduold; l
'lhe Brain and lis FuncttoiiB.by J. JjUyH, 1.50,
J i 1ft lory of Ancient Kg pt, 2 ols- by Prof, J Uw
fccleuce aud Culture, by Prof. Huxley; KC0.
1 he largest fetotk of (stationery iu boxes lathe
'y' W. H. MORRISON,
Lw Boo!uellr ud BUtlontr,
S)?H 479 reaui. Te, n. w.
Our Auction is Over!
HAVE BEEN SOLD.
Balance Unsold at Auction
Have Been Slipped to New York
To be Sold at Auction,
As Our Stock Must Be
Great Inducements iii Ever?
Department of oar Stores.
Great Bargains May be Expected
As we must open our New Building with
an Entire New Stock, now being ordered
404 and 406 Seventh St.
021 W2JNA. AVE. OJ1
One Case Standard Prints, warranted fist colors,
Scents per yard.
Ono Case Cumbrics, handsome styles, Scents per
Domestic GIneliams only 10 cents per yard.
25 Pieces Striped Seersuckers, only JOcts. per yd.
100 Pieces Striped. Tlaid and Plain Gingham?, ex
tra cood a alue. 12Jc per yard.
100 PieceH I'lald, Striped and Vlala Giniihams,
splendid variety oiBtyles, 15c. per yard.
Special Bargains in Colored Dress Goods.
isrieces 43-Inch Wool Heists, light and dark
colors, only Ma per yard.
Opening Dally Novelties In Neckwear, Itucnlngs,
Collars, rischus. Mull Tics.
CO Dozen Indies' All-Unen Hemstitched Hand
kerchiefs, 10c. each.
35 Dozen Gents' AlMJncn Woven, Bordered
.110 K IS., UiC,
10 Dozen Gents' Woen Bordered Hemstitched
Hdkfa. superior quality only 35c. each.
An Klegunt Variety of ladles' Printed Bordered,
Hemstitched Hdkfs,ln new and cbolco styles,
at 17c 1 19c Slc iic. and & each,
WOODWAED & L0THR0P
081 PENNA. AVENUE. 031
BALTIMORE CASH STORE
008 SEVENTH BTBEEET.
4-4 Fine Fcrcalo, lie. tees Thau Ever
Cosslmcrei, 73c. ) Very Good nnd Tare
NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS
Rilks and Brocades, Tablo Unens, Towels and
DowcMics, Hosiery, Corsets and Underwear, Cur
tains, Laces and white Uoodt.
We Invite an inspection of the above Specialties.
L. BEHREND'S Baltimore Cash Store,
008 BKVrNTn STREET N. W.
Xjupin's Nun's "Veiling,
TYLER & OHE.WNING,
ajilO 018 SEVENTH feT, NORTHWEST.
GUINNIP, DAY & CO.,
830. 823 AND 83 1 BEVENTn feT. N. W.
Spring Dry Goods,
LUTTRELL & WINE,
1030 1'ENNA. AVE. apO
because bahoains BOUOIIT.
COCHItA.3SraB &a CO.,
BUY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
mm oi'foaiTE ltiaoB' hank.
IMP0ETANT TOE THE LADIES.
7-Hook Foster Lace Gloves Reduced to
3-BuVton Olivette, every pair warranted,
Reduced to Co cents.
B, J, BEHREND & SON,
fi3 S1W SEVENTH HT N. W bet. II and X.
CO dozen Huck Towels at 23 cents each.
lwj dorn Nunklns and Doylle..
nieacUed and Half Jileachud Tubl IJnen, all
WM. R. IIILKY.
BILEY BUILDINO. OOllNtSH NXNTU AND K
BUY YOUU BUY UOODB
GEO, F. IIAUntN,
JlSJ'fiiniJ'lranlu Avenue. Jjist.Capllolnill.
China, Qlasawai'o, and House
0SeEVMIU BTUKKI NOUTHWESr.
FOB SALE AND RENT.
J. J. HUTPIIKN,
WM. 1 KWKJJSV,
II. M. llOOnil;,
Jf. d. li.
WM. M. PPIllNOKlt,
1 M. O.. I lift.
Alti. nt jaw,Wash.,l).OL
SUTPHEN & ROGERS,
Real Estaio and Rental Department,
T STREET, Q3S NOHTIIWEST.
MONKY TO LOAN ON RKAT. 133TATI3.
ftUSIXESH PROMPTLY TRANSACTED.
TREK ADVrjnTISKMKNT IN THE DAILY
A Fplfndld Now OtTIco on first floor, between 10th
and llth on V street northwest.
Also, n number of nico houses and rooms In nil
parts of the city
Positively a OroAt Barpal n to an TmmMIaln Tur
chaser in Choke IhitTUloBLots and Fine Residence
with modern Improvements.
iiousrawiTn modkrn improvements.
NO. 1014 15th st, n. w., lo-room House.
No. IMG lftth st. 11. w., 10-room House.
No. 1618 15th M. n. w 11-room House, corner Cor
T-room House on P street, (2,750.
8-room House on P street, J3,ooo.
New 1 lome and 1 1,000 feet for sale for fj,W.
Nos. 1103, HOT. 1107,1109, nil and 1113 Rst.ii.vr., nice
0-room Houses, and nt a barsaln,
A nice 0-room two stnry House, modern Improve
ments, V st, lint llth and 12th, pressed orlck.
Nice rVronm llrlck House, on Oth st., bet. O and 1,
Nice 3-story llrlck Irouse, 0 room. modern lm-
Irovcmcnts, with 2-story brick Stable, No.
30 llth st. s. a, prico t-UrfiO.
721 12th st. n. w.. House nnd Lot.M'i by 100 feet, at
(8.000; terms to suit.
Very Jlne Farm, about 7 miles from city, under
Also other farms nnd lands.
Hx lleauttful Lots on M street, westof Connect
lent avenue, 21 feet each, at G5 cents.
Thien Building Jotsnear 20111 nud Pbts.n,w.,at
75 cents; 20x81.
Also ten Rcantlful IViIldlng Lots la Georgetown,
oerlooklnjc Washlneton city, on P street.
Very desirable build Ins lots comprising a whole
front, commanding a beautiful view of the whole
Houses.Lots and Faims to sell nndVncantRooms
. SUTPHEN A ROGERS.
TBAL ESTATE BULLETIN
TnOS, E. WAGOAMAN, 017 P street.
(Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays),
THREE-STORY BRICK AND PRAME
HOUSES POR SALE.
801 21st st, mod Im, 11 rs, n w. ffl.VJO
117 1C st. mod lm. 10 rs, n w.m.....H ...M.M 0.5OO
022 H st n w, mod lm, 15 rs tiwo
Cor land N Cap Bts, modlm,9rs,n w...- C.000
816 21st st 11 w, mod Im, 0 rs 6,000
801 Cth st n w, mod lm, 8 rs.... ............ 4,000
805 cth st n w, mod lm, 8 rs 4 .500
1041 Lstnw, mod im,Btorc,7rs......... 4,5oo
807 Cth it 11 w, mod lm, 8 rs 4, too
1102 Mdnvcsw, mod lm, 10 r 3 .................. ........ 4,000
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
613, fll3 Jst s w. f h, 6 rs..... (1,800
cat 11 st 11 c, f li, mod im. 7 rs............... 1,800
216 Pel avo ne, f h,mod imtGnu 1,800
112 Kst n e, iear,f h, 5rs 1,koo
313 Tenth fit n e,fh, modlm,7 rs.. .. 1,800
031 25th st 11 w, b h, 6 rs ... ....... l,&oo
111026th st n w, b h, 0 rs 1.500
48 Lstnw, fh, 7 rs - 1.400
1022 20th st. f h, 5 rs. 11 w .... 1100
C21 K st s w, f h, 4 rs 1,-WO
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Cor 17th and r sts n w (1.00
Cor 19th and lists 11 w - - 1.00
H e cor 2l;t and O fits n w l.oo
3d st bet Pa ave nnd C fct - no
IMh st. bet L nnd M n w . 7i
P st. et 17th and ISth sts a w... 75
Cor 21st and M sts n w.............,...... 75
X st, bet 21 st nnd 22d sts n w - 70
1' st, bet N J a e and 6th sts n w 70
M Et, bet ICth nnd 17th sts 11 w C5
HOUSES FOR RENT.
331 C st 11 w, fur, mod Im, 1G rs. .......,(175 00
029 F st n w, IS rs - 100 00
2401 Pa avc n w, mod lm, 17 rs 53 00
1747 r&tn w, niodlm, Ors 50 00
1326 IHkks st n w. mod lm 7 rs .. a 00
404 C st n w, mod lm, 8 rs ...-.. 80 00
1428 Chaplu stn w, 8 rs 25 00
701 II stnn mod im. firs "I Oa
1301 to 1315 V st n wt new houses, mod Im, 0
rs each 20 00
440 I st n w 7 rs... 10 00
C23 La ave .....( t3 25
513 llth St 20 00
1401 6th St ....... 20 00
2616 P St 15 00
710 6tll St 13 00
In rams to suit at 6 per cent.
The above Is only a small portion of property on
my books. Formalist call at ofllce lor bulletin
IbhuM nu Island 15th. rd12
00KS AND STATIONERY.
Or nil Die IScst MuUch, In Greatest Vniloty
PLAIN AND FRINGED. .
Easter Crosses, Harps, Lock
ets and Books.
C. C. 3PTJK.SBr.X.,
mrl3 4a NINTH STREET NORTHWEST.
&f arcua Ward's, rraue'a, DcLaruo's, and other
makes; tho finest selection In toun. 100 llrlstol-
Hoard Cards l'rlnted from Plate for ft.
Foreign Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals
J. D. FREE S, Jr.,
F STREET, Opposite Ebbitt House,
and Fourteenth St. nnd Penn. avenue. ror3
DECKER fis CO.,
1111 P HTREET NORTHWEST.
BOOKS Ac STATIONERY
024 SEVENTH feTREET N, W. wrlS
WOOD AND COAL
J. M WHEATLEY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer lu
Best Qualities Anthracite and
Bituminous Coal, Pino, Oak
and Hickory Wood.
Builders' and Contractors'SuppIIes
Sole Agent fortho Newborn, N. Y.,
Plaster, and the Cumberland,
Md., Hydraulic Content.
Pair Trices and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
OFFICE AND YARD,
Cor. Intl. Ave,, Second ami a sis. N. tV.
STEPHENSON & BRO.,
Coal and Kindling Wood,
DEPOT AND MILL, Beventu St. Wharf,
Ofllce, b. K. corner Tn elflh tit, and 1'a. ave, u. w
pianos frffH organs
I have always on band New, and Nearly New,
Square and Uprlgut 1'lanoaof tbe Best Makers,
and at prices and terms to suit everybody, rianos,
fully warranted, as low as GC Organs from (10
OHAUNOEY J. REED,
Buccossor to Bldney T. Nlmrao,
433 SEVENTH STREET.
ELLIS & CO.,
937 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Bole Agents for
THE FAMOUS WEBER,
The Best In tbe World.
Nearly all tbe great Blngers and artist of the
world give them the preference over aU others.
Also, agents lor the celebrated
Smith American Organs,
At B.&F, Freight Depot,
CH1CE & STEPHENSON,
Dealers In all kinds o(
Maryland Avenue, near 7tli ft. b. w.
Advertisements or Three lines under this he4
Inserted 3 times for 25 cents.
IroR ItuTnt-a hma ll potm- room itouVi
: front and hark yard; water on tho promlsori;
rent (9 n month, In mlvance; alsn havo n lotol
ecoiulhsiul brick tliat I will sell cheap. Inquire
371 OR SAL1J - AT A IlAltaATN-RRICK
1 house oil I i"t n wM brick home, 0W1 F st n w.,
brick boute. 021 s. C. ave s o.; brick nnd frnmo
homCMtR all parts of tho city. J, B, Swormstodt,
IBgFsL ftp 12 ot
IpOR RKNT-llOUsn 821 NINTH HT. N.
w.,s1t rooms nnd cellar; mod lm.; suitable
lnr two families. Apply Ml It.I, aven w. nnll-St
FOR RENT Rooms.
ITiOR RENT A NICE FRONT ROOM
1 southern front with hoard for two persons,
inquire WS3 1st n w apH-r.t
IJOR RENT-TWO COMMUNICATING TUR-
nished rooms, with or without hoard; nlo
front room nt a moderate price, at 725 Eleventh
street northwest. ap1t-3t
IriOIt RENT-ONH NICELY FURNIHUED
parlor, one room on second floor; central lo
catloni mod.lm. 7.10 fit lj stn w. npl'2-3t
IOR RENT-ONK LARGM FURNISIIED
: and one unfurnished room: gas, heat, bath
nndclosit; second Moor. Apply 1212 N st nw.
FOR HALE, IIRNt" OR KXCHANQR FOR
CITY I'ROPEUTY.-A Reautiful Farm of
twenty acres on Heotch Cove. Chesapeake Rav,
within 'i mile or Southern Maryland Railroad
Fine bathing-, best oysters and fish; 10 minutes
tlrUefrom Point Lookout; plenty of fruit, with
farming utensils, boats and stock house ofll
rooms, with splendid flower garden and grape
nrbors; healthiest location In tho Htate. Apply to
Wm, A. Yates, Ferry Rul'didg, cor, Oth and Pn.
up, np!2 fit
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
1 Domcsllc, W anil W WIUcot nnd Ulbtn,
Howe, etc., fiW per month. Wm. Sllcbellng, 1717
renim ap. aolt
FOR SALE Houses.
r?s -w MViV-X V'VWWV'VX'V'V'X'W'WV'WWW'"
KAL 13T-ATJ3 TOIt HALE C1IISA1.
Written oronosnls ibr Iho nurcliaso of the re
mnlnlns icat mute or the i rcedman's Bavinga
nnd Trust Company, or any portion thereof, will
borccihed at the ofilco olthe undent lqnel, tho
Com mission fr of said Company, No, 1S17 Penna.
avenue, until further notice.
Schedules of kaM property may bo obtained on
application at Bald ofllce.
JOnN JAY KNOX,
apU Commissioner FB. and T. uo.
I 71011 SAT.K A GREAT BARGAIN TO AN
? Immediate purchaser, a nice Ave room frame
house, near K st. Market; owner going West.
Danenhow er A Son, 1213 F fit. mrHtt
ITlOIt KALK ANOTnEU SACUIFICIJ-A
? three-Btory brick house, near Goverement
Frlntlnfr office; less than J3,0t cash will buy
It; rents for $300 per jean owner going west. Dan
pnhowerthon, 1212 Ftu. mrHtt
FOR SALE Lots.
I 71011 MALISON FOIXOWINO TERMS: 10
cat-h and f5 monthly: twentV beautmil
building lot, at (ISO each, situated on Eleventh
Mrept, between 11 andU htreets, nnd on C street
northenst; one block north of Lin coin Park aud
three blocks lrom East Capitol street rars; lotion
grade; water, gas and sewerage. J. W. BTAUU,
14J9 New York avenue. mr20 lm
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
IJIOR SALK A BEVENTEKN DOIYLAU (M7)
7 baby carriage for w cash. Inquire at No.
HMti nixiu siretL nonnwesi neiwccn? aim m n.
m. and 4 and 6 p. m.
ITIOR SALE-GROCERY STORE, CORNER
1 Knnd New Jersey ave n w, )00l: dwelling
attached; reasons clvenforselling; good placo for
wood nnd coal bu.nes9. apl3-3t
I7OR BALE LOTBONI STREET, BETWEEN
23d and 2Jth sts n w; lots in square 1070; very
cheap; lotonCst.nearSdftt n w; lot on 13th st
above U st n v, lota cor 13th and M sts n w. J. 8.
Swormstedt,028F st. apl2-6t
OR SALE rARM IN MONTGOMERY
Ju County, Aid.; Farm in Prince George's
County, Md, J. B. Sw ormstedt, 928 F st n w. ap!2-6t
FOR SALE-A GOOD CART AND II AItNKS;
also, about 3.0W good second-hand bricks.
I nqulre at 611 NBtnw ap!2-3t
I7JOR BAJAZ SEVERAL DESIRABLE
' building lots still for sale on reasonable terms
inllyntfK addition to llyattsville, Md. Call or
address either C. C. Hyatt or M, L. Llttletleld,
3 1 yatisvlile. &fd. ap!2.ct
CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES.
'Ihecheanest place In the city to buy New
and Secondhand carriages and Ruggics ot all
kinds. P. I). SCHMIDT'S,
ap4-3mo No. 400 Pkvna. Ave.
ITTORSALE 3 FINE HORSES; 1 SUITABLE
for a cart : will sell cheap. Call at the Alder
ney Dairy Dcpot,4141hlrdstreetn. w. dc2fttf
CARRIAGES, WAGONS, 11UGGIES.
A variety of New and Second-hand Carriages
and Buggies. Largest Stock of Varnished Wag
ons In the District. One Fine Box Wagon. Ono
of S. N. Brown's Trade Wagons. Spring Wagons
of all sizes. All oft he above at very lowest prices.
JAMKS K. PROBEY, Repository. 1230 Thirty
second (High street). Factory, ,XM0 Prospect
avenue. West Washington. te!7
ITOR EXCIIANGE-FOR LAND UNINCUM-
bei ed, n half Interest of which will give con
trol In ono of the most valuable patents in tbe
United States. Addiess Bureau of Exchange,
room 27, Second National Bank building, 7th et..
above is. api
"li J ANTED To exchange new stoves for old
TT ones at Butler's Stove Exchange, cor. Mb
and K, fomokey chimneys cured or no pay. btaves
exchanged for groceries. Old stoves bought. fe27
T ETTEItB WKITTEN ON ANY SUBJECT,
XJ MH. revised, briefs draun, collections made,
pensions, attorney for land warrants and patents.
Rpercnet! anu leciares iirepurfu ub Huurivsi uoiicv,
AiinnsineES connoenuai. txivi,
de8 MAN. 818 12th street n. w.
WANTKD-ta.OOO FOIt TnitEE YEARS
at six per cent, on good real estate se
curlty. Address Jones, Critic ofllce.. aplt-.1t
"IT7-ANTED-TO HUY LAND bCnil'.
Additional nomebtead Claims,
Bloui Hall breed Scrip,
Jtounty Land Warrants, Ac.
All of the above Ijind Hcrlpa for sale. Address
or call on W. o, 11111, room 18, Bt. Cloud Ilulldlng,
Wa&lilnglop, I. U. mrllNliu
r YOD WANT TO BUY, SELL, ItENT. OB
Trade City or Country Property, come ana see
the great bargains at WILLIAM II. MAIN A
llUOTJIEH'H, Bt.Cuarles Motel, corner Third st,
and Pennsylvania avemiftnorthweet.
ANTEll-LADIEH CAN FIND ItKLF
nnd nrtnlniil nf RPlinnl4 teiuHi.rB 1 rte of
cnaige. Apply niow oevcuiu biitcb iiui.uwco.j
room 10, second 11 oor.
-TTTT'.ANTKD-A YOUNO LADY OF DEFINE
VV mcnt and culluro Is very desirous of ub.
talnlng a few pupils lu French; would cull at
their rcbldencolf preferred; terms moderate and
leferences llist-class. Address I'aullne, Crltlo
WANTED-A YOUNG MALTESD KITTJSNl
state whero It cun be seen and price. Ad
dress Ilut Dimples, t'rlllo olllce. ap!3-3t
WANTED-TO MEET A GENTLEMAN OF
small capital, who Is desirous of investing
In aprofitable llrst-class business, Address T. F.,
Crlllo olllce, with full address. ap!3-3t
WANl'ED-AOENTS. AUDRISS D. AP
pkton& Co., l.)l West llaltlmore street,
Baltimore, Md. W. W. 1 layiie. aplJ-U
WANTED.-A IIIIAVY DUAIT HOUSE;
must bo sound and cheap. Apply to 1210
Ninth strut northwist. apl2-3t
BOOKKEEPING GUARANTEED TO BE
taught for (J.M' 20 lessons Ijl writing, (3.W.
ll. W, Ilowi:, 1010 Seventh strctWorlhwest.
XTTANTED.-TO BUY FOR CASH, A SMALL
TV house lu Georgetown or Northwest Wash.
Ington. Address "House," t'rltlo olllce. apli-at
WANTED. - LARGE UNFURNISHED
rnnma. nr stilt A nr rooms, centrallv located.
suitable for club rooms, with capacity for seating
AUUICQ4 U, T. 4,,.ll.u
WANTKD-U TO KNOW WHERE TO GO
lo save mouey on the higher grades of
school books: French, Latin, Greek, German,
bpsnlfth and ltallun at half price. Book Ex
change. No. 1223 md st. P. U Merry. aplO-U
ANlXRTlt 1IAB MADK THOUSANDS
i,t llonicB nleiifiaut with hlaLlehtand HLnva.
htarted buiidreus 011 their way to fortune, selling
lint goous, iiiiiiiinu nuu tuuainu. nu
chimney, wick, kindling, ashes, nor waste, Light
ed In one minute; put out tn one second. Hniall
cl)ltaUnvited in GiMif,vlilih will sell from 30
to sou per cent, prolit. Actual NiccictisiTiiCrt,
Fourteu ears' sutsceustn every agency opened..
Inventions pert-cud. 1'ateuts Iksueu. HxperU
mpiilH fliilfihid. MnmifW'tiirlrKr mtiintEiifiod and
aaleji dally Increasing with Mr. D.'a means, abil
ity and ttdvtcc. to aid everyone who be In hlojaelf.
Willing to tell right. I prefer to sell Kwods at
close prices fur cash; else control of town, and
fi-el t hat I have a direct Interest lu every agency,
Dan forth' Specialties leave no remnauts. No de
cay. NoshrfukaKe. Knerttetically pushed, suo
cebseure. Uold dollars do nut walk Into cue's
pocket. Work, that's the word.'' 11 my busU
Hefts dea not show success, don't Invest.
JUr. Danfurtb Is at bts desk from 10 to 8 p.m.j
asbures you of courteous attentlou. I'laln state
xuenta backed by Bales, and goodwill of all wbe
Rurrbatte. I can use J00 good men, who have
om t0 to 12,000 In cash to inyuht jm uooua.to
take charge of Jiranch Asencles lu diaerent
IHtatfl. (iyneandsee me, or send for circulars,
DANFOllflf ,W1 D fcU n. w., Pally Post BcUldlng,
WafcLWon. JL, U J
Aftterthtments umler thehead of'Situationt
Wanted" and " Help Wanted'' vsillhereaker
he inserted in Tun Eveniwo CniTio tarr
times FREE. We invite ovr friends ititMnj
situations or help to avail themseives of this
offer. Answers directed in care of CuiTia
Office Kill tmcIw crciil nfirntfon. Business
adtertisevients three lines three times for 23 cts.
ANTKD-A 0001) MtLLINEIl; NONR
other tie.fl nnntr! Kffndv wnrlr Ami rrnrxl
Pgy'-jrnlyloMrs. King, KM 7th St. ftpll-lf
TV nye, aglrl touorkon custom roats; raunt
ho good one or need not apply. Address M. 11.
Costello. , apn
WANTED - TltltEE WOMEN WlflI
. ??a references, to nnsh and Iron and
scrub at Industrial Home Kchool, Georgetown:
High street, beyond crmelery. apll
WANTED-A COMPETENT WOMAN TO
cook, wash and Iron. Apply at 1802 nth st.
TirANTED.-A NOP.9K AND ALSO A COL-
.Jj-..orc1 poo.'o wash nnd iron. Apply at
1831 r street northn est. r ni2
Jn ..'.l.. rt J11AJ1. YTUJ1AM 1XJ fJUUK.
.TV Apply at 1913 rcnnsylvanla avenue. apl2
for baby, at 130 Hlxth street northwesu
WANTKD.-A ItELIADLK WHITE QlrtL
f.rgeneral housework In a small family,
cooking, washing, Ac; must bring good refer
ence. Apply at IttlHiggs street. apl2-3t
X7ANTED.-A COLOHED WOMAN TO
TV nurse; one who nndersrands washing: rct-
erenro required. Apply Nineteenth street, abovo
Houndnry. llrst Iioimp end of plank walk. np!2
WANTED Help Male.
ANTED-A HOY TO IlUN EUltANDS IN
lanor store. si ra ave. up stairs. pu
ANTED-A HOOD WHITE MAN WITH
tainllv On f. rnmi. n ..nmon tnr hnnanivn.l.
cooking nnd washing; good home and wages. Ad
dress o. It. 11., Oak Orove, i-rlnce George's Co.,
WANTED.-TWO GOOD AGENTS TO CAN
vats pictures, looking-glasses and clocks.
Apply to John lludacn, 105 1 1 street nortlwest. r;
nrASTB).-A l'lllST-CLAS'i MECHANI-
VV cal draughtsman on patent drawings. Ap-r
ply at room No. 8. third floor, SI9 Seventh street
WANTED Situations Female.
VjnTANTED-BY A WHITE LADY?AlL4CEt
. , m.vu., "i.aiic, mm nuncr iu n iirivaiv
family. Address E. H Critic ofllce. npit
TTT-ANTED-A LADY OF ItEFINEJtENT
TT desires a position as housekeeper or charge
ofllnen room for a hotel. Address 11. E., Critic
XTT-ANTED-BY A ItESI'ECTABLE WHITE
TV girl, a situation as nursoor chambermaid
Inn. private family; Is willing to travel. Call at
41 O st n w. apt,
TXT ANTED A SITUATION TO COOK, .
Address E. J.. Critic office. apt
WANTED-BY TWO COLOHED WOMEN
places to cook, wash and Iron, etc Apply
at 928 O st n w. apu
WANTED-BY BESFECTABLE COLORED
girl, a situation to cook.w-ash and Iron; can
gl e references. Apply at No. 2 Cot's alley, he
tw ccn Mxth and Bcvcnth and D and E n. w. ap!3
XTANTED-A LADY OF MANY WA113
TV, rapericuco in teaching, with flnr-class
offlclal testimonials and certificates, desires tho
position of visiting governess to teach English,
trench and music; salary reasonable. Address
A, It., Critic office. ap!3
TTANTED-BY A YOUNO LADY, A PLACE
TV as lady's maid; would like to go to Califor
nia; references given. Address Jttss K Critic
WANTED-BY A BESrECTABLEMIDDLE
aged whito woman, a situation todocham
berw ork and assist with washing and Ironing;
willing to do honscwork for wldonen no ob
jections to children. Address 2023 8th st n w, above
Boundary st. ap!3
WANTED-SITUATIONS.BY TWO COMPE
tent whito women; onoas cook and laundress;
tho other as chambermaid and seamstress. Ad
dress employment, Critic ofllce. qp!3
WANTED.-A YOUNG SCOTCH WOMAN
wants a situation lu n small family to cook,
wash or iron; would prefer n situation so as to
Join in family prayer. Addrass No. 833 Delaware
avenue iiorlhiaM. apia
-TTT-ANTED.-A BISPECTABLE COLORED
TV girlwantsa situation at onceas nurse, a
lady's maid or to do chamber work In a small
family, will try to please and willing totravel.
Call at 1C20 Fourth street northwest-t apia
-T7-ANTED.-A SITUATION AS NURSE OH
TT to do chamber work, or go traveling, or a
place to do cooking alone. Address 208 St. Dom
onic alloy southw est, between blxth ami Seventh
nnd E and F. api2
TrANTED.-A BESPECTABLE COLORED
TT woman wants a situation a3 cook or to do
general housework in a Kmall family. Call at
IffJO Fourth street northwest. qp!2
-TTT'ANTED.-A YOUNO GIRL, WHO 13 A
TV lapldand legible writer. wishes wrltlngof
tany kind to do; best reference. Address M. E..
Critic ofllco. apli
WANTED.-BY A RELIABLE PERSON,
work in restaurant; wages, fl per week:
relerences given. Address H. K. L., 1619 U
street northwest. ap!2
TirANTED.-BY A WIDOW, TO GO OUT BY
TT tbo day washing and Ironing, liitycpntsa
day: satisfaction guaranteed. Address Widow,
Critic ollice. fc apl'i
WANTED Situations Male.
ANTED-BY AN ACTIVE BOY OF 10,
wlllintr to work, a situation to learn hook.
binding. Address D. E. F Critic offlce. apH
XTT ANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN,' A PLACE
T V as a.laborer or messenger In the Govern
ment Printing Olllce or any ol the Departments,
lor u blch be will give $50, Address J. F, D., Critic
Wantj:d-an expeuiknced double
entry bookkeeper, desires a situation with a
mercantile firm; good city references. Addreii
Trial Balance, Critic ofllce. ap!43t
ANTED-A YOUNO MAN, INDUSTRI-
T uubi isuuiui, iiutiiiui, uuiicak, ucicwir
trustworthy, w ants work In anything he can do.
Address 418 New Jersey avenue s. e. ap!3
TrANTED-HY A YOUNO MAN WHO
TT thoroughly understands the care of
burses, bober andindustrlous.asltuatlon as coach
man or any other place he can And employment
at. Address JameH,2sI3 13 sts w. ap!3
"VTrANTED--lJY A COMPETENT MAN. A
VV situation as janitor or porter; can give
jftrHt-classieferences as to Bohriety and honesty.
AddTffta Edward WUkes, 013 8th stnw. apt 3
WANTED A linsrECTAHLU YOUNO
man.who neither drinks. swears,cbewsnor
smokes, desires to work a limited time each
day or evening tor lodging and board; has done of
fice work flo years; not particular what the
work Is. Addnss ArthuCritloottice. ap!3
nTTANTED.-nY A YOUNO MAN. A SITU.
VV atlon In an architect's, patent draughts- t
hand and has had itlteen monlhs experience lu
an architect's olllce; the best references given.
Address D. P.. Critic olllce. apl2
firANTED. DYA YOTIKG lltAN. A HlVITt
,V atlon ns waiter lu n. privato family, with
test of refirenee. Apply at 412 Washington
street northwest, 0. 11. 11. an!2
.rANTi:D.-A BRIGHT, INTKLMOJINT
V boy, 12 cars of ago, who Jias experience lu
a store, dt sires i mploj mcut; best of relercnce
Khfii, Address Jamie, 421 Ninth street north
w eht. ap!2 3t
Wanti:d.-ry a btudknt of niAiu
macy, a situation lu drug-store to Unlsh,
study of luslnehs: no wages: rcfereuc. iflven. Ad
dress I 1). Ia, Crftloom. nnl2
LOST AND FOUND.
T OHT-a, LARGE DIIOWN NEW FOUND
'JLj laud dog: strayed aw ay on Mreduesday even
ing last. A suitable reward will he paid for his
return to No. 1U1 0 at n w. ap!4-3t
J- OBT-FRIDA1 MORNING ABOUT KIOIIT
J o'clock, the 14th lust, la front ofthedrua
atore on r orth side of 1'euua ave, bot 4. aud 6tu
sts, a small black Fhyslclan'a Recipe Booki valu.
able only to tbo owner, Dr H. H. Crew: fl will be
paid for return of this book to 150 Cth Bt a w. or to
the Critic ofllco. ap!4-2t
T OST-A GOLD GOAT BRBAHTPIN, GIFT
XJ of a dead relative; lost on Pennsylvania ave
nue, between Third street and Central Market; a
reward will be paid by Uuvlr.g It at 219 u street
northwest, William Colli, aplH-31.
TOST ON THURBDAY 1SVENING I.A8T.
J between tho K-htrett Daptlst Church and
627 G st u w, a Coral and Gold IZarrlng. 1 be Under
will be properly rewarded by leaving the same at
1)27 O st. apU
J' OST-A W1IITK I'OUTKR 1'IOEON. THE
U Under w 111 be rew arded by re.irulug It to 712
Milt t n w. apl8-at
T OST-APltH. 10, A LARGE BLACK AND
J J tan Shepherd Dog. No. oftaglKllt retura or
Information will be llbeiallyrewaided. A. T.
Longley, tioo A st u e. opia-it
TObT.-ON BUNDAY.el'H IKBT.. ON TIIIK
J ty-second street, between N street and Grace
Church, a roll of money containing ii a suitable
reward will bo paid If returned vo J. CI Maker,
toulhucbt corner 'fhtrly-secoud and 1'rospect
toulhucbt corner 'fhlrly-secoud
BOARD- ITO PKNNA A VH. NKA11 SIXTH;
street de rati flrsKlass board; well furnished
rootni.U to lib per weeks transient. fl.Wper day
utoUlt'fluElUe; MltH. HO WAJlD.troPrj
BJL.XOK. R- aiTTINOS,
eta PBNNSYLVANIA AVKNTJB,
Call, the atUxtlon ot tbe stove trade and build
10 a ntw aaa asunuuv r okwws p n w ,w j