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THE EVENING ORITIO, WASHINGTON, D O., WEDNESDAY, MAY G, 1885.
TTTE EVENING ORITIO.
Published Dally (Sundays Excepted)
The Evening Orltlo Publishing Company,
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Washington, D, 0,
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D.Y II All, rentage Paid) Six Months. a. ,10
Mall Subscription Invariably In Advance,
EvKNisa cniTio ronusniNo company,
Washington, O. 0.
Jpnltrnl ii the iwojftea (11 rthtngton at Monti
Wodnosday, May 6, 1885.
Albangh'a Theodore ThoraaV Concert.
Ford'a-'Thlmes of Normandy."
Theatre Cnmlqua Burlesque and variety,
Dime Mcieum "East Lynne."
Mr. ll.-iynril's Vn.tnllnni.
Whon Mr. Hiyatd ontorecl tho Stato Di
partment ho realized tlio paucity of diplo
matic cxpcrlcnco lu his party. "Wo havo
been out of powor so long," said lia to n
friend, "that It will bo a cliiTieuIe matter to
find Doniocrals of suffloloiiP public train.
Ing to acceptably roprosont tho Government
thread. Tlicro nro plonty of bright, actlvo
moil among as, but wo need moa of toaia
cxpcrlcnco to copo Vf Ith tho w lly diplomats
of Europe." It was this soarcli for exporl
en co that lod tho Secretary to dolvo among
tho musty rocords of Buchanan's adminis
tration mid bring forth Democrats who had
retired from public llfo boforo tho war bo
pa n la doing so ho naturally oncomttorod
many now phases of personal nttitudo
toward tho Govornmont which a groat civil
btilfohad engendered and left uiuottloil.
That frasono of tho difficulties of reviving
ti tired diplomacy, which was bravoly niot
af as bravoly fought.
Bat there- Is another foattiro of Mr.
Bayard's administration that has proved
embarrassing to himself, aud for which ho
certainly cannot bo hold responsible. That
is, tho numerous declinations of appoint
ments to tho dlplomatlo and consular
sorvlco which havo rccontly bcon filed. In
nearly ovcry lnttanco tho appolntco wai
personally an applicant, and had oecurod
the strong Indorsement of prominent mon.
Mr. Bayard had roason to suppoio that
their applications woro guarantees of ser
vice. If appointed, but ho has found in
somo Instances that ofllco-sookors huvo
A cortaln amount of experimenting was
expected by Sccrotary Bayard on his own
behalf, by roason of tho long absonco of his
party from power, but it is reasonable to
prcsumo ho did not expect tho Domocrals
ho selected to cxpcrlmont with thomsolvo3
and with him both. It is known that bo
took all ordinary precautions to havo tho
offices accepted bcloro appointments woro
announced , and If persons elected to changu
tbetr minds aftorward, It was a mental and
moral transposition that no mm could hivo
pprchended, and for which tho appointed
themselves aro anstvorablo. Hereafter Mr.
Bayard should rcqnlro applicants for dlplo-
matlo and consular sorvlco to certify that
their application Is an earnest of accoptauos,
and not mado from rt doitro to cxpcrlmont
or on any other equally frivolous ground.
Tim Army r llio l'olnmuc.
Tho reunion of tho Array of tho 1'otomao
at Baltimore to-day and to-morrow will tin
.ijucstionably bo characterized by more
fraternal fooling and less blttortiess toward
tho South than has attendodsuch rounlons
stneo tho war. In fact, tho ollvo branch of
peaco is going forth with 'greater sincerity
caoh year, and It may not bo long beforo tho
hostilities ongonderod by civil strlfu will
disappear entirely and tho country bo
united beyond the possibility of dtsmcuibor
mont. An interesting feature of tho reunion at
Baltimora will bo tho presenco of ono hun
dred. Confederate veterans, belonging to
tho Leo Camp of Richmond, Va., who aro
to bo guests of tho city. Tho attendanco
of A small section of tho opposing army on
such an occasion is but additional ovldonco
that tho war Is over "for good," and that
not oven tho polltlcans can lougor postpono
tho day when tho peoplo North and South
will at heart as In fact bo patriots and
citizens of a common country. If army re
unions contlnno to hasten tho day of por
feet fraternization between all sections, tho
moro of tbeni wo havo tho hotter.
Mr. Cox nutl Ills Illusion.
Tbero appears to bo no scnslblo reason
why lion. S. 8. Cox, Mlnlstor to Turkey,
shonld llston to tho pleadings of hi New
York frlonds and decline tho mission,
Very naturally bo will be mlssod in tho
House, but tho hopo hold out to htm of bo
ing ejected Speakor Is a barren ono. Hvon
tho glittering prospect of a Presidential
nomination should not provont Mr. Cox
from assuming tho grave duties and respon
sibilities assigned him by tho Administra
tion. It is not recorded that CIncInnatus
stood out in tho big road to Btgnal tho peo
plo as they camo over tho hill.
As a matter of face, howovor, tho resig
nation of Mr. Cox as a Member of Congro33
went into effect on April 30, and ho is notv
in possession of his commission as Minis
ter to Turkey. Thoreforo to "roturn wero
as tedious as going on,'' and tho great body
of tho Democracy bcllovo ho will shortly
enter upon tbo diplomatic service. Tor
haps no man Is moro thoroughly equipped
for tbeso ploaaant dutlos, and Mr. Cox will
carry with hltn abroad tho congratulations
and good wilt of tho wholo poople.
Ibe Firo Deimrtinciil.
Tho monthly report of Chief Cronln
yesterday indicates a continuance of the
splendid sorvlco of tho Firo Department.
Vhllo almost ovory city in tho country
has had mora or less disastrous conflagra
tions during the past six weeks, Washing
ton has not oncountored a Ore of any pro
portions stneo tbo burning of tho National
Theatro in February, Tho months of
March and April aro Avery whoro considered
by inturanco men as most destructive to
property, but Washington has passed
through this period with scarcoly an alarm
Our citizens cannot too highly approclato
tho vigilance of Chlof Cronln and his gal
lant mon. Thoy havo not dnly boon
prompt in responding to calls, batbavo been
actlvo in preventing fires by making thor
ough inspections and giving timely warn
ings. Statistics show that insurance in
Washington is cbcapor and mora profitable
than in any section of tho country, and a
largo proportion of tbo credit boloogs to
our Firo Department.
Thero aro Englishmen who agroo with
Americans in considering the recall of Sir
Peter Lumtden from the Afghan frontier a
humiliating concession to Russia that is at
onco unworthy of Mr, Qladstono. Tho
Promter asserts in defenso that Sir Peter
has merely been called to. London in order
to aid in the further negotiations respect
ing tho delimitations, which aro now to bo
conducted from that central point.
Meanwhile tho Marquis of Salisbury Is
telling tho people that ho believes tho on
tiro vote of $50,000,000 credit has bcon ex
pended In Egypt, aud that Gladstone's con
cessions aro rendered necessary by .this
fact. Lord Randolph Churchill threatens
toiultlatoa conservative voto of censuro
against the Government for not protecting
tho Inteiests of India, and will further pro
ceed to mako troublo for tbo ministry.
Altogether, therefore, tho prospoctl for
war in Parliament aro greater than for war
between England and Ilnsst'a. Tho civi
lized world Is ont of patlonco with Eng
land, whllo tho Orientals aro so alarmed .
that a prompt forward movement to-day
by IZuisia would raaka tho British Oovorn
meat in India tromblo and tottor to an
Tun preparations for summer oxcttrslous
continue, and tho prospect now is that
every posslblo avonuo of recreation will bo
thrown open to tho peoplo of Washington,
Tho establishment of a dally lino of steam
ers between this city and Norfolk Is tho
latest movemont In favor of health and
pleasure, and It Is bollovcd thero will bo
no obataclo toward temporarily depopulat
ing this city ovcry Sunday during tho
hented term. Not that Washington Is op
pressively hot In tho summer month, for
tho sally breezes from tho bay aud rlvor
continually fan tho city, but tho lotmth
ened da'ys and pleasant woathcr mako it
posslblo to onjoy cheap excursions. Thoio
means of cnoymcnt Bhould bo encovjrnged
to tbo utmost oxtont, and snrroundod with
ovcry ptopor safeguard.
The death of Msjor-Uonornl Irvln Mo
Dowell removes a veteran olllccr from tho
retired list who had played an Important
part In tho military history of tho country.
Graduating from West l'olut in 1839, ho re
mained In actlvo sorvlco for forty-four
years, winning his captaincy in tho Mexi
can war and his promotion to a mijnr
generalship in 1872, having been mado a
major-general of voluntoors upon tho reor
ganization of tho Army of tho Potomac ton
ycais before, ilo wasan accomplished sol
dier and n bravo man, but his ill-luck, at
Bull Bnn was a mttfortuno from which ho
novcr fully recovered. Novortholoss tho
memory of tho departed hero will bo duly
honored at tbo meeting of tho Army iu
Once moro wo aro compelled to ask tho
forbearanco of our frlonds for tlio appear
anco of Tun Ciutio upon an odd-slued
sheet. Wo regrot it all tho moro from tho
fact of yesterday's promlso to tho contrary,
but tho pressmen assure us this morning
that tho printing machlnory upon which
they havo bcon diligently laboring stneo
Saturday evening will bo in shlp-shapoand
perfect running ordor in tlmo for to-morrow's
Tun announcement that a number of
negroes were sold Into slavery at Rich
mond, Ky., yestorday need not produce
nny dlequlctudo among onr colored brethren.
It Is not ono of tbo consequences of a chango
of administration, but by authority of loug
cstabllshcd vagrant laws which aro fouud
upon tho statuto books of sovoral States and
apply to all vagabonds without regard to
race, color or, previous condition.
PEOPLE IN GENERAL.
Bishop Fare t visited tbe College ot 8t. .tames
at Hageretown, lid., yesterday and couarinod
a class ot nine.
Minister Pbclps sailed tor Liverpool to-day.
Ilo was lost nlgbt given a reception at tho res
idence ot Cyrus W. rield In Now York, Senator
Everts, John Blgelow, 'William Dorshelmor
and President I'orter ot Yale wero amjng tbo
Colonel Frod Ratne, Consul-General to Ber
lin, was Imnquetod at Baltimore last ovonlog
by tbo aerman-Amorlcan Democratic Associa
tion ot that city.
minister Lowell has engaged passage tor bts
return to this country from London to start on
Tbo departure ot Senator Euetla for Italy
tome weeks earlier than bo Intended was In
duced by tbo rocolpt ot a cablegram announc
ing tbo dangorous Illness ot his daughter at
Tbo Russian Mlnlstor and Madatno do Strnro
will spend tbo summer in Russia, sailing tbe
last ot tho present month.
Charles Longfellow, tho son of tho poet, Is
about' to start upon a journey around tbo
United States District Attorney Martin I.
Townsond, Now York, is sick from malarfa,
and It Is feared that he will not got well.
Mrs. Anaguos, one of tho daughters of Mrs.
Julia Ward Howe, Is now engaged In writing a
novel. Tbls Is the tblrd ot Mrs. Howe's daugu
tern who havo adopted literary pursuits.
Goneral A. It. Lawton has been appointed a
national delegato to tbo forthcoming oommsr
cltil convention at Atlanta, Oa,, and will ills
cubs tbo question ot reciprocity troatlos be
tween tho United States and foreign countries.
"THE CRITIC'S" TABLE.
In Stopnlak's remarkable book, ontltled
"Russia undor tbe Tsars," that vig
orous ropresontativo and torso ox
pounder of tho Russian llberatlvo and
revolutionary movemont makes a strong
appeal to tho sympathy of tho English
peoplo and points ont tho motives by
which tbo Imporlal Government Is actuated
In its attoinpts to provoke n war with
Great Britain, no says:
"Humanity Is tbo chief, tbo main claim ot
ourcaueo for sympathy and support. But it
Is not tbo sole one. It was a question ot pure
humanity wbon tbo Bulgarian atrocity, wben
tbe Bulgarian horrors woro spoken ot. it was a
question ot humanity when Mr. Gladstone In
terrupted diplomatic communication Willi tbe
King ot Naples for tbe atrocity oommltted
against tbe Carbonari, With Russia it Is no
looRor a question ot humanity only, but ot
general safety and common Interest. Howevor
badly administered, however ruined, it is too
enormous a body not to endanger by Its pres
ence otber political bodies which surround
ir. It bas an array ot a million aoldlars, who,
although dyluir from hunger and halt clad, by
ltscourngoontboneld Isnotluferlor to any
other in tbo world. Buch an enormous forco
left to tbe uncontrolled caprice of a despot or
a courllor, Is surely a (treat Inconvonleiioo tor
human intercourse. To have such a State for
a neighbor Is nearly as unpleasant as to sit by
an unfettered madman at an evening party.
Nobody can answer for what be will do at the
next moment. Now, wben 1 am writing, an
absurd, ueolese, bloody Afghan war is perhaps
at baud. No Russian rarltament would havo
answerod tbo proposition otborwlse than wltb
laughter. It Is a well-known deslra ot des
pots to got rid of a burning Internal question.
It It pots over now who may answer tor to
morrow, when tbo need of sucb a diversion
may bo moro stringent, or tho ambition ot
some bloodthirsty soldier moro prevailing J"
Tbo peace which Mr. Gladstono proposos
to purchase will doubtless salt Btopnlak
better than war, for tho longer tho restless
elements of Russia are kept without diver
sion, tho sooner must the fabric of her au
tocracy fall, Tho book, however, Is ono of
Intense and tlraoly Intorost, aud has Just
been published by Charles Scrlbner's Sons,
New York, It can be had In Washington
ot air. Robert ucaii.
The latest addition to the "Amerlcin
Statesmen" series now in courso of puulloi
tlon by Houghton, MltQ In & Co,, Boston,
and edited with groat ability by John T.
Morso, jr., author of biographies of ''John
Qulncy Adams," "Thomas Jefferson11 aud
"John Adams,"isaltfoof "3srauol Adams,"
by James K. Hosmer of tho faculty of
Washington Univorslty, St. Louis, Mo. It
is a handsomo volume of 430 pagos with an
elaborato Index, nud aside from tho intriu-
slo Interest attaching to tho distinguished
subject of tho memoir, abounds ln,nittor
of valuable moment to tho studorjrtjf onr
early and revolutionary blsuy. This,
with other volumes of thnfirrics, can bo
bad at Bcall's. Tho biographies now In
preparation aro those of "Henry Clay," by
Carl Schurz, and "Martin Van Huron," by
An advance copy ot "Tins Crest of tho
Continent; a Record ot a Summer's Ram
ble In tha Rocky Mountains and Beyoud,"
by Ernest Ingorsoll, and published by It,
R. Donnelly & Sons, Chicago, has bo.cn re
ceived through the courtesy of S. K.
Hooper, general passenger agent of the
Denver & Rio Grando Railway. It is a
book of over 300 paec, written In tho
clever, descrtptlvo stylo for which tho
author Is noted, and profusely Illustrated,
many of tho sketohos being of superior
mtisllc moilt. Its tone Is so far removed
from that of tho average guldu bjjlc that
it scarcely belongs to tho sarao oitegory,
but Is really a work of genulno llte'rary
excellence, not only of value to tbo trav
eler, but of interest to tho general ro.nlor.
May 6 and 7, 1885.
Balljiwe & Potomac E. B.
Will Sell ExcuTolon Tickets on tho
Gill and 7th,
(Oood to return on last train on night ot 7th)at
For the Round Trip.
Sixteen Trains botweon Baltimoro
Two Specials on tho 7tli, carrying nit
Trains lcavo Washington (sum Btreot Sta
tion), lQilC, 0:3G, 7:15, S:.10, 0 1 10, 10:50,
11 n. m. 112.03,2, l,li23, 4:10,0, 7 1 10 and
10 p. m.
On Thursday, In addition to tho above, Spe
cial Trains will leavo at 11 tin a. m. and 12
noon, carrying all tbe Washington Military.
Trains leavo Baltimore 3:G0, ri:20, 0:50
(Union Station), 7, 7:10, 8:15, 0:80 a. m,
(Union Station), 12:10 (Union Btatlon), 1210
(Calvert Station), 3 (Union Btatlon), 0 ilG, 4 :15,
d : 15, o :40, 7 :20 (Union station), o p. m.
Special, 11:20 p. m. Wednesday only.
On Thursday, In addition to above, Special
Trains will leavo Oalvort Street Btatlon 10 p.
m, and 3 a.m. (Friday,)
Tor further Information call at offlces of tho
Company, 13th St. and Tonna. ave., and Sta
tion Baltimoro li rotomaa ltsllroad.
onAitLES c. ruan. J. It. WOOD,
Gen. Manager. Oen. Fass. Agt.
f R. A. FAIIKE, Pass. Agt. S. E. Dlst.
WHAItVES AND RAILUOAI) YAKD
12th and Water Bis. s. W.
BHANCII YARDS AND OFFICES.
(Connected by Telephone.)
1202 F Btreet northwest.
1C15 Seventh etroct northwest,
1740 Pennsylvania ave. northwest.
1112 Ninth streot nortbwost.
Corner 3d and K etreots northwest.
msO tt 221 l'ennaylvanla avo. southweBt.
IiltOI'OSALH rOUOIIADINO AND KECIULT
INO VAIUOUS 8TREETS IS TUC CITY
OF WASU1N0T0N, D. 0.
Washington, v. 0., May o, 1BS5.
By direction ot tbo Hoard ot Commissioners,
ecaled proposals will be received at tbls office
until 12 o'clock m on Saturday, May 10,
1S85, for grading and regulating various
streets In tbo city ot Washington, D, C.
Blank forms ot proposals and specifications
can bo obtained at this offlco upon application
tberefor. together wltb all necessary Informa
tion, and bids upon tbeso forms will alono bo
The right Is reserved to reject any and all
bids or parts ot bids.
0. J. LYDEOEER,
Major of Engineers, U. s. A,,
miO-Ot Englneor Commissioner P.O.
A SPECIAL BARGAIN,
Especially at this Soason.
Having need of moro room to extend otber
branches of my buslnoss, I havo concludod to
close out my stock of
Luflies' Cotton & CamMcMrsararats
Chemises, Skirts, Night Gowns, Drawors
and Corset Covers,
Botb Flaln and nandsomely Trimmed,
Quality and Workmanship Unexcelled,
Which I offor at
Prime Cost for Oash Only.
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416 Seventh St. Northwest.
Wo havo Just opened n line ot BUM
MER SILKS, from 35c. up, at
Also, an extra quality 2Mnoh Black
French SURAII BILE, regularsi goods,
at 7Dc. n yard, at
A full lino Black and Colored OROS
(1RAIN BILK of tbo most reliable makes
from 76c. up, at
A una lino of colored all silk ntlA
DAMES, lu desirable shades, at 03o. a
yard, at ,
22-lnch all silk RUIUTIS, In plain and
cheese, at IHtti a yard, at
DUCK nnENADINE VELVETS, at
2 50 per yard, at
10 pieces colored silk BROOIDB
VELVETS, eultahlo for dresses aud
light wraps, at (2,50 por yard, at
B pieces black Bilk BROlaDE VEL
VETS, in Piuall figures, ButtaoU tor
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A UUU tl U at
1I0 Seventh Street Northwest,
f 033 PENNA. AVE.
TiiUBTEra sale op isirnovED inop.
X KflTY NEAIl Tlir. CORNISH OF HIQIirn
BT11EHT AND DOUHDAP.Y NOUTUWESr.
Ily vlrtuo nf a deed ot trust recorded In liber
1000, folio 835, et seq., one ot tbe land records
ot tho District ot Columbia, and at tho roquost
ottbe patty thereby secured, wo will sell at
publla auction In front of tho premises, on
ritlDAY,AtIIIL2l, IHSS.at -1 o'clock p. m.,
lot mteen (15), ot John Sherman's subdivision
ot part ot lot four ( I) In square numbered tour
hundred and slxtoeu (11(1).
Terms i Cash. A deposit ot 30 will bo re
quired at tho tlmo ot sale. All convoyanrtng
and recording will bent cost ot the purcna'or.
If terms ot sale aro not compiled wltb In lire
days from eolo tho property will be resold at
risk nnd cost or delaultinx purchaser.
JOHN HIIEIIMAN, lTr,,..A..
JOUN JOY EDSON, f ltU1"80"'
Tho above aalo Is postponed tlllTHURSDAY,
MAY 7, at ! :!!) p m. at same ptaco.
joits joy nnauN, f "0M'
A MONO THE OBJEOTH or WONDERMENT
In Washington Is tbo Forsyth Cafe, 01R
lOtbit., near F, wbero meals ore nervod tor 15
cents that actually cost rmm 50 to 75 cts. at a
bolel or restaurant nny place In tho U. 8,
WANTED-BY A I.tVV, THE AOQUAtNT
anco of an bonorablo gentleman to as.
cist ber In business of keoptug boardnrsi
would board hi m tthodcetrei. AdJrefs Mrs,
N. N.,OrHloonico. mrO-m
Mrs. Mcdonald, who
at the Forsyth Cato.
address at tho Critic omco.
Please loavo your
LESSONS IN rotlTRAtT, UNDSOArE,
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lesson. Studio 1018 B'li St. n. w. myl-3t
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Bend 10 cents for questions nnd answers.
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AN INDUSTRIOUS NEWSBOY, J. II.
Uaynes, has opened a cigar and stationery
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PATTERSON, NO. 601 E ST., SERVES THE
host 15-centmeal lu tbo city call and try
them: full meals, 25 conts. fol3-tf
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gravor. riato and 50 visiting cards, 80
cents; 60 cards from wimo plate, 45 conts;
100 cards printed from plato, 75 cents.
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M All Diseases cured.
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price not to exceed 10,500; part cash and bat
unco in one, two and threo yoars, or on month
ly payments. Address Drawer 714, City 1'. o,
I70R BALE-BEAUTIFUL 8UBURDAN LOTS,
' 25x100 feet, fronting Dladonsburg Turn
pike, In Bight ot street-cars, (300; $100 cash,
balancoJO per month. Neat B-room cottages
built at lowest contract rates; $100 cosb, bal
ance In 6 years, or monthly payments It pre
ferred. THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
opO-tt 034 F street. Rooms B and 0.
pHEAPEST LOTB IN THE OITY.
BEAUTIFUL SITES ON COLUMBIA HEIQHTS,
fronting on 13th streot oxtendod and on Hot
mead road; being fashionable drlro from
14th street to Soldiers' Home Park;
SMALL CASH FAYMENTS;
long deferred payments for balance; small
rateot interests proporty rapidly Increasing
In value; Btroets newly graded, wltb gutters,
water and gas-lsmps.
Lots sold tor S per cent, ot purchase monoy
In cash, and balance In monthly payments to
Street-cars run within ono square of all
A raro chance for great bargains.
For full particulars, plat of ground and
terms, apply to
HENRY D.O SEEN, or
JOHN E. BEALL,
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY AND COLLEQIATE COURSES.
Instruction Is provided tor Graduate, Under
graduate and Special Students. The next
acndemlo year teglns September 22, 1885,
For circulars address, by postal card, tho
Johns Hopkins University,
rpnB HOWE BUSINESS BOnOOL, B17 BEV
X entb Btreet n, w short, condensod courso
In practical bookkoeplug, rapid penmanship
and English branches at moderate ratoa ot
tuition. Morning, attcrnoon and night ses
sions. Clvll-Servlce preparation a specialty,
Shorthand, Elocution and Matbomatlcs by a
apflO-tt J. II. BRYANT, Principal.
BUSINESS EDUCATION for young and mtd
die aged men and womeo. Spring and
summer sessions of tho Bpencerlan Business
College, corner Ninth and D Bts. n.w. Rapid
wMtiiie. UooXteeiilDcraMd calculations. Euir.
Itrh language, Btenograpby, type-writing, etc.,
tboioughly tauRbt, Tuition: Year from date
of entrance, day or night, (M; threo months,
day, (20; night. $14t ono month, day, 17 1
night, $5, Ripld writing only 12 lessons (3,
Cull or send for circulars.
HENltY 0. SPENOER, Principal,
PARA A. Bri.NOi:a,Ylce-I'rlnclpal.
NORWOOD INSTITUTE, 1212 AND 1211
141b M.. near Mih-st. Circle. Belect Board!
Ing Set ool for young ladles, Session '8.V8II
opens September 30, 1885, Early application
nrcrisary, as number of boarders will bo
AHIIINU'ION HOIIOOL OF RI I ON Oil
raphy and Type WilUnir, K17 1 street, I ten
alar evening sesulona lrom September 15. bend
addrei for circular to J. A. whltoomb, pilncl
pal. see t
JuK WAsmsoTON, D. 0 May 1, 1893.
Notice Is heroby given that tno regular an
nual meeting of tno Stockholders ot tho Cap
itol, North O street k South Washington Hall
way Company tor tho purposu ot electing
seven (7) Dlroctors to servo for tho ensuing
year, will bo bold at tboofllcoot tbo Company,
corner 3d and B sts. s, w HXTURDAY, Stay I),
1886, between tbs hoursof'l and 5 o'clock p.
m.ot said day,
Tbo Books for tho transfer nt Slock will ho
closed from tho Btn to tbo (Uh lntant Inclu
sive OHAS. WHITE, Frosldent.
W. E. B0U0I1T0N, Becretary. myl-St
WcaTi": annual mertino of the
VZ stockholders ot tbo Droning Orltlo
Publishing Company tor tho purpose ot elect
ing trustcoa for tbo ensuing year and tbo
transaction of sucn other business as may bo
prerentcd will bo held at tho crltlo ooiee, Oil
1) st., Washington, I). C, on MONDAY, June 8,
1885, between tho hours of 11 o'clock a. in,
and 12. m ot said day.
1728 renna, Avo. N. W.
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE,
Bummer Board By tho week, $0;
,23 Bl'EOIAL MARQAINS
YOUNQ'S, 402 7th St.
Remember Lady and Children In Window.
For Oents t Patent Loather1 Tlni, 11.23.
Htind-sewcd Oaltors 1, worth $5.
Hand-sewed Walkpbnst (3.50, worth $5.
Iland-ecwod Oxfords f 3, wottb $1.
Mat Eld and Calf Ties $3, worth St.
Oxford Button nnd Tien $2, worth (3.
The Comfort shoo f 1 60, wortb $2.
English Too Bale, and Ties II, worth (1.50,
Boys' Oxford Button and Laco $1,50, north
Youth Button tl, Youth Laeo75o.
For Ladles i Whllo Kid Sllppera tt.25.
Elegant Hand-sowed Button (3,75, worth (3.
Hand-Mltchcd Kid Button (2.75, worth $1.
Mat and Dreea Kid Button $2.50, wortb (3.
l'oxed and Kid Button $1 1)0, worth $2.50.
Lasting and Foxed Button (1,25, worth $2,
Flno Oxford Ties (1.75, worth (2.50.
2-Bow sandals and Tics $1, worth $1.50.
llouto Slippers, 10, 25, 40 and 50 cts.
Mitres' nnd Child's Sllppera 60c, worth 75c.
Child's Spring Heel Button 50o., worth 70o.
Infants' Button and Lace, 25, 35 and 50 cts.
Electric Shore $2.50, Boles 60a.
YOUNQ'S Shoo House, 402 7th St.
v?rtc?aVInaI!'u BEAOU HOTEL
OPEN FOR OUESTS MAY 15, 1885,
Situated on the Atlant'o Coast, 0 miles south
of Capo Henry; 18 miles from Nor
folk by Railroad.
Beach for bathing unexcollcd, and no under
tow, Freo from mosquitoes. The Uouso Is
flrst-clsss In all Its appointments. Telegraph,
telophono and prompt mall facilities. Oood
nshlng nnd boating. For terms, which aro
reasonable, apply to
J. 1 JIORRAOn tt CO.,
Virginia Beach Hotel, Va.
Tor furthor Information nnd circulars npply
to J. W. BOTELER ft SON,
023 Fa. avo. n. w., Washington, D. C.
Vn-CSiWANTED-TIIE LADIES OF WASH
tyJZSr mgton to know that
Dressmaker, tormorly ot 401 Pa. ave. n. w.,
has not lelt Washington, but Is locatod at
430 Ninth street northwest.
Riley Building. np27-lm
Tax-payers can save a discount In tho settle
ment ot general and Bpeclal taxos by calling
yvsstue best meal in the
k"uz. only 20 cents.
Excellent luncb, 10 and 15 conts Tbo Oar
field Dining Rooms, 1)08 F St. n. w, rooms for
rent, W. T. CRUMP, I'rnnrletor.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
Advertluments of Three Lines under this head
Inserted three limes InrSS cents.
ITIOR SALE A TRESIl COW; FINE, LUWB
milker. Inquire ot John B. Bioss, 027
F Bt. n, w. myO-Ji
I lng-room, centrally loeitod, cheap for
cash; doing abuBlnossot(35 to $00 par day.
Apply to Frlco ft Coombs, 020 F at. n. w.,
ITOB SALE-DOUDLE-OARED OUTRIQOElt,
' 20 feet long. 2 foot (I inches wide. For
Eartlcuiars and prico apply w
lDboy, foot of
IyOR SALn-OlIEAP-BLACK MAttE; VERY
J stylish In barness and saddle; will ex
change lor another borse. Inquire at Ex
cbnngo Hole,, cor. 3d and Fa. ave. Wm. Main
I710R SALE-THE MOST COMPLETE MEAT
: and provision store In tbo city; will sell
'cheap for cash. Call on E. A. Mctntlre, 1)18 F
et. n. w.i or n. w. cor. Oth and N sts. n. w.
1J0R SALE A DOUBLE-OARED OUTRIOQER
' boat, In llret-class order, can be seon at
Cumberland's boathouse; named "Lllllo;" n
bargain at $30; good reason for selling. Ad
dress 0. P., Crltlo office. my2-3t
I70R BALE "SUN TYPE-WRITER;" TRIOE
. $12; docB good work easlor and fastor
than the pen. "Callgraph omco," 033 F St.
1JI0R BALE TWO PLYMOUTH ROOK UEN8,
.' full breed, nt 1718 F at. n. w. myl-3t
IJOR SALE A MOSLER, BAHMAN ft CO.'S
! Bafei good as now. Price, etc., apply at
Business Offlco Evening Critic. myl-lt
TT'OR SALU-SEVhRAL E3TEY AND OTHER
? lino parlor, chapel and church organs
for salo at a great saci nice for cash or on oasy
terms at O. L. Wild ft Bro.'e, 0U 7tn sl.n. w.
FOR BALE Stone grist mill, 2 run ot stono,
lu Virginia; at railroad; 0 miles thlssldo ot
Fredericksburg; Imperishable stono darai
good, steady custom; four floors; ono fltted
up tor country etorot It Bold soon will take
$l,100casb; several trains dally; II..F.&F.
II. It, Address M, Wllhorboo, 1323 Corcoran
1J10R SALE-IF YOU WANT TO BUY, BELL,
? exchange or btro Horses, Carriage?, Har
ness, etc., go to Downoy's. Every facility tor
furnishing complete turnouts.
WM. V. DOWNEY,
Stables and Repository L St., bet, 10th and
p. 17th sts. vr.t apO-lm
FOR SALE Houses.
I'jicuTsalk' "" """ ""'A
Bi Ick houso 722 11th st. r. o , $1,000
' " 721 dthet.n. w 2,800
" " 1120BBt.n.o., 2,200
OREEN ft BRYANT, Bl 1 Oth St. n. w
1710 It SALE BAROA1NS-BUI0K HOUSE 033
J M St., bet. Oih and loth st. n. w. (11
rooms); brick house 1008 Oth et. n. w
rooms). A. LLOYD,
Marshal Law Building,
nt(l Plodder., n. v
PIANOS AND MUSIC.
817 Market Bpaco, Pa. avo., near Oth St.
112 Fifth avenue,
201 200 W. Balto.
Grant), UprlQht and Square Piano
Wo beg to nnnouneo to our Washington pa
trons that desiring to 0 Hot' thorn greater facili
ties In their dealings with us, wo havo openod
817 Market Space, Pa. avo., near Oth st.,
Tho samo are conductod directly by our
eolves, and customers can doal wltb us there
to precisely tbo samo advantago as at ourBal
tlmoreand New York establishments.
A full assortment ot our various styles ot
Grande, Uprights and Siuare l'lanos will con
stantly bo found on hand.
WM, KNAD13 & 00.
tSTPIANOS FOR RENT.
Tuning aud repairing piomptly attended to
by experienced workmen. m28 2m
Emersoii,StccIc St Ban's Pianos
Wilcox ft White and Kimball
Oraans. pianos and Organs Bold
on Installments, rented or exchanged; rent ap
plied It purchased.
HENRY EBERBACH, 915 F St.
Managing partner ot tho lato firm ot Ellis ft Co.
And TOOTH cnoWNS for rootB and broken or
badly decayed teeth,
GENERAL DENTISTRY In all Itsbranchor,
C. L ANDERSON, D. D. S.,
UOl THIRTEENTH ST., COB, F ST.
Advertisements ol Three Lines under tbls head
Inserted three times for 2 cents,
TTANTEb-AUALlMIROWN WHITE 01RL
W to assist about tho houso, Apply at
POO 12th at. n. w. mrtl-3f
WANTED-IMMEDIATELY, A OOOD COOK
at Rives Place, Rlvos station, Baltimore
ft Ohio Railroad, 4 mlloa from Washlnaton,
Apply at 3020 et. n. w. my0-3t
T ANTED EITHER A NI01S YOUNO
W whlto or bright colored girl, who Is
willing and obliging, tor llgbt housework. No
wnshlntr nor Ironing, Must stay nights. Ap
ply at 51) Let. n.W. my0-3t
WANTED-A SETTLED WHITE WOMAN
to cook, wash and Iron in ft private
family, Reterencos required. Apply nt 017
II st. n.w. my3-3t
WANTED-A OOOD RELIABLE WOMAN
TV to cook, wash and Iron nnd mako her'
self generally UBeful,
Inquire at fill 11th nt,
WANTED-A NUltSE WITH BEIT OF
reference lo tako charge ot baby fif
teen months old. Call between 11 and 12
Wednesday at No. 14 10 Mass. nve. my5-3t
WANTED-A OIRL TO DO OBSERAL
housework In a small ramlly; must coma
won recommended, inquire at No. 1701 1 ltu
WANTED-A SETTLED WOMAN TO 00
to the country, Juno 1, to cook, wash
andiron. 515 A Bt. p. e.
ITT ANTED A OOOD TIDY OIIIL TO DO
W housework 1 no washing; must brlna
references. 1008 10th at. n. w.
WANTED A WOMAN TO DO GENERAL
housework! references required, and
muetgohomoat night. Apply at 1117 N st.
n. w. my 1-3.'
W W'Pini by KENSINGTON AIIT CO.
It iUl i VA) female help O do our light,
pleasant work nt their homos. Sent by mall
promptly to nny addressi no canvassing! oasy
to learn, and any ono can earn from 7 1 ) $10
per week. For full Information, address Ken
hinoton AnT Rooms, 10 1'earl St., Boston,
Mage,, Box 5078. myl-oodl2t
TTT-ANTED A OIRL OR WOMAN FOR
VV light housowork and help tako caroot
Apply nt 323 I'a, avo.
WANTED-IMMEDIATELY, A SETTLED
colored weman as nurse to tako care ot
a lady and Infant.
Annlr to 1828 n st.
WANTED-A NEAT YOUNO OIRL, WHO 18
willing and obliging, to do light work
about tho houso; no washing nor Ironing;
must slay nights. Apply at onco at 50 L Bt.
n. w. myl'3t
WANTED-A OIRL FOR LIOHT HOUSE
work. Call at 817 Oth st. n. w. myl-3t
Advertisements ol Three Lines under this bead
Inserted threo times for Z cents.
TTANTEBwrWO GENTLEMEN OF OOOD
VV address, with fair oducatlon; thoso
having eomo experience In canvassing pre
ferred. Call at Room 11, No. 03 IF et.
WANTED-A BOY OF ABOUT IB YEARS TO
drlvo a horse and buggy and mako him
self useful In tho house. Call, with city refer
ences alter 6 p. m , at 2018 Q at. n. w. m l-3t
WANTED BTRONQ, ACTIVE GERMAN
boy, 10 years old, desires a placo la a
grocery store. Inquire nt 1B27 12th st, n. w,
WANTED MAN AND HALF-OROWN
family on fruit farm, mite from Glen
wood Cemetery; bouso and fuel freo; 25 per
montb. Also single bauds. Inquire at Com
otety gate. C. Stewart. my2 3t
WANTED YOUNO MAN IN A PENSION
attorney's oolce; ono who understands
tbo business; good references required. Ad
diesB Box 714, city V. O. mv2-3t
A dverllsementa ot Threo Lines undor this head
Inserted three times for 23 cents.
W" ANTED A SITUATION BY A COLORED
woman to do general housowork In
small family. Apply nt 1211 11 Bt. n. w.
WASTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COLORED
woman a situation ns nurso; has had
experience; good references. Apply at 222J
141b St. n. w., cor, ot Boundary. my5-3t
TTJANTED-WASniNO AND IRONING TO
TT do at borne, atlOOJUBt, Mary wash
WANTED-A COLORED WOMAN WANTS A
situation es nurse 1 can give city refer
ences. Apply betwoou 0 and 11 a, m, 503 a
et. n. w. mr5-3t
"flT ANTED A YOUNG WOMAN WISHES A
VY situation as plain cook in a small fam
ily; can wash and iron. -13 L nidge st,
WANTED-A SITUATION BY A YOUNG
German girl in a family ot 2 or 3, tor
general housowork. Apply at 817 5th st.
n.w. np30 3t
tTTANlED A SITUATION BY A RESPEOT-
V V ablo whlto girl to do cbamberwork nnd
nowlng; can glvo references.
Apply at 2000
1 Bit U. Wi
Advertisements ol Ibrre Lines under this head
Inserted three times lor S3 cents,
WANTED-ilY A YOUNO COLORED MAN
a situation as driver or waller In pri
vate family. Good references. Address CO.,
'Orltlo office. my5-3t
WANTED-BYA COLORED BOY A I'LAOE
as waiter, and Is willing to make him
Belt useful around tho houso. Address Box B,
Crltlo office. my l-3t
WANTED-BY A RELIABLE OOLORED
man a situation as dtlvoror houso man.
Good references furnished. Call at No. 403
Baar'a alloy, bet. 6th st. and N. J. ave. and Q
nnd rranklln sts. my2 3t
WANTED-DY EXPERIENCED COLORED
man situation as porter In Btoro or drlvo
business wagon; can glvo good references,
Address W. TJ., Critic ofilce. myl-Of
AN1ED-0NE UNFURNISHED ROOM
wltb board for an old lady: not ovor
$15 per month. Address A. B., Critic ofuco.
WANTED- A QUIET OENTLEMAN DE
Blres a nice room wltb modern con
veniences from a ploasunt widow lady where
thero aro no other roomers; bet. Oth and 12th
and Band M sts. n. w.t not to exceed 8 per
month. Address J. M. B,, Crltlo office, m'iilt
Advertisements of Threo Lines under tbls head
Inserted three Urars for 25 cents,
I?01t RENT-A BTABLE WITH AOOOMMO
y datlons for two horses and large wagon
or carriage. Inqulront027 Pet, n. w. my5-3t
WANTED TO EXOHANGE SUMMER FOR
winter and new for old stoves, at But
ler's Store Exchange Smoky chimneys cured
or no pay. Old eloves bought. my5-3t
WANTED WHITEWASHING, HOUSE
cleaning and sodding work dono at rea
sonable rates. Apply at 010 Otb st n w,
WArtTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT DR. TAY
lor, 031 F street, noar Tenth, makes
beautiful seta ot artificial teeth for $3; guar
anteed to give full satisfaction; ouructlng
wltb gas, chloroform or local anesthetics, 50
cents; without, 2fi cents; tilling atvorylow
WANTED-TO EXOHANOE NEW STOVE
for old ones at Butler's Stove Uxcbango
corner 6th and K sts. Smoky cblmneyscurod
or no pay. Stoves oxebangod for crncorlos
MONEY TO LOAN.
rpo LOAN-(200, (300,
jl saiiMactory security.
y sauuribr a. uwiv.
Marshal Law Building 8,"
310 4Vj st. ii, w.
I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD REM,
estato or collatnal security at lowest rates
of Interest. Nndolsy when security Is good,
0.0. GREEN, Room 1, Firemen's building,
cor. 7lb and La. avo. apt I-tt
E. M. BOTELER,
Nos. f)12 Pa. ave. n. w., nnd 736 Pth et. s.
Telephone call No. 864,
W. B. SPEARE,
TJ3Srr B DRT AKBB,
010 F STREET N0RT1IWEJT.
Everything strictly llret-class nud on tbo
inoBt reasonable terms, (Oamp Chairs to hire
tor nil occaslous.) myl-lyr
Drew's New Drug Store,
NINTH AND FENN. AVENUE,
(Open all ulgbt,
JJOltD'H. 25 OR 50, HUMMER TRIOES.
STANDARD ENQLISn OPERA.
TREE LIST ENTIRELY BU3PENDED.
TO-NIOIIT ...0I1IME3 Or NORMANDY
Blancbo Chapman, Travorner, Christy, H.
rcakes, J, reakes, Csrlberg and
Alfa Norman, Thompson, Stoddard, Denbam.
1'cakeB and Zelda Boguln,
Alfa Norman, 'iraverner, J, I'eakesbompson.
U. Fcakcs, Nnrcross, oarlberg and
GRAND MATINEE SATURDAY AT 3.
Saturday night BD0U1N NIGHT,
II, TROVATOHE (2d Act).
Each ptoduction ported in ovory detail.
Monday-DORA WILEY OrERA 00.
A I.llAUUll'a Urntiit Oiioru. limine.
THREE ORAND FESTIVAL CONCERTS.
And His Own Orchottrn ot Sixty Musicians.
MME. FURSCH-MADI, MIsS EMMA JCOU,
MIHB IIATTIE J. CLAPPER, Contralto.
Mil. WM. J. WINOU, Tenor.
Mil, MAX IirtlNIirOH, Basso, and
MME. AMELIA FRIEDERICIC MATERNA,
From tho Imperial opera, Vienna,
Monday Evening, May 4; Wodnesday Attor
noon, May Ot Wednesday Evening, May 0,
Halo ot reserved eealo for Dlnglo concorts
1'rlcrn, 02.50, 82 mill 81.30.
aenoral Admission $1.00
"1 iMn Bnjfir.iTitr.
XJ Pennsylvania Avenue, near 11th St.
Return ot tho favorites, tho Justly celobratoil
Actress, ARNE WALKER,
And HorBplendld Dramatic Company.
Wednesday ft Thursday Attoriioon aud Night.
tho Great Emotional Play ot
Arno Walker In hor great part ot Lady Isabol.
as performt d by hor to crowded
bouses wherever It is presented.
Friday and Saturday josuua WHITCOMB,
Ono ot iho boat Comedy Dramas of tho ngo.
ADMISSION TO ALL ONLY 10 CTS.
Box-onico open all day tor salo ot rosorvotl
i:it.oo' miiNKUsr. ""
Late Lincoln Hall, Oth and D sts. n. w.
Coolest and Beet Ventliatod Tboatro in tho
Cltyl Every Afternoon and Nlgbt, com-
'monclng Monday, May 4.
COOLBUROESS, COOL BUR3ES3.
COLLOM ft WELCIII'H
MINSTRELS AND BRASS BAND.
Doors open at 1 and 7 p, m.
Monday, May 11, FLORENCE NOBLE ana
IIARtlY JACKSON In "QUEEN'S EVIDENCE."
Q.RAND TESTIMONIAL CONCERT
Tondercd to ,
To bo given at
Albaugh's Grand Opora-Houso,
THURS.DAV, MAY 7,
PREVIOUS TO HER DEPARTURE FOR
This testimonial, which has boon tendorea
Miss Thursby by bor many friends, has boon
cordially united In by tbo President, his Oabl.
net, tbo Vice-President and tho leading ment
bers of tho Dlplomatlo Corps.
Miss Thureby will bo asslstod by
MRS. POWELL, Contralto;
MR. A. L. KINO. Tenor;
MR. WM. WALDEOKER, Accompanist,
Tho Greatest Living l'lanlst.
Seats can bo obtained at Ellis' music storo
1)37 Pennsylvania nve,, on and after Biturday.
Boxes $50 and (25; orchestra and orchestra
circle, $2.50: dress circle, $2.
The Spring Meeting
WILL BE HELD
TUE3DAY, May xa.
WEDNESDAY, May 13.
THURSDAY, May 14.
FRIDAY, May 15:
Fivo Raco3 Each Day I
All tho First-Class Horses!.
Tho Flist Rico will bo started at 3 o'clock
Bpeclal trains will leave tho Baltimore A.
Ohio Depot for tho track at H:.'!0 a. m 12:10,
1:30, 1:55, 2:20, 2:13 and 3:03 p. m and
will bo In waiting whoa tno racos are over.
Oars Reserved for Ladies.
Improper Characters will bo Excluded.
SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 2,
WITH A GREAT SENSATIONAL ATTRAC
npWO PERSONS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED
X wltb a room and board for (15, orBlnglo
person tor $28. Front room; dellgbltul loca
tion. Address given upon answering adver
tlsement. It. L. T., Orltlo office. my5-3t
THE LA PIERRE, 8. W. CORNER OF TENTH
X and E streets, and tbo Locblel, 012 Ninth
st. n. w with ploaeant rooms and good board,
are rocommondod to pormnneutand transient
I boarders. Jyl2
LOST AND FOUND.
I FOUND-BATEAU TAKEN UP ADRIFT; 10
' rcct long: owner can get tho somo by
proving property and paying chargos. Call
on Ocorge Thomas Toomb, N and 'i bu. n, w.i
FOR SALE AND RENT.
TnUAl I'.STATIl llUI.I.r.TIN
THOS. K. WAOOAlf AN. 017 F Btreet.
(Chsogeaaade Wednesdays and Hatnrdavs.)
TIIPJSE-STOnV BRICK AND FRAMO
HOUSEri FOR SAMS.
810 1 at a w. mod Imps, 10 rs 17,623
1747 1' tt n w, mod tm, 10 rs ceoo
417 K st n w, mod 1m, II) rs 11.600
812 1 Bt n w, mod Imps, lu rs n.iwo
811 1 at n w, mod Imps, 10 rs ,-W0
KB Jl ct n w, mod Iru. 15 rs .: s.ooo
Our I and N Cap sts, mod Ira, V rs, n w....... s ooa
2msPaavon w,mod tm,srs .......,. e.ouo
4U M asi, avo and 450 1 st. mod imp, 4 ro G.00O
410 1 st n w. f b, 4 rs..... o.ooo
TWO-STORY BRICK AWU FRAMB H0USE8
21 IS. 2120,2122 F at n w, mod Imps, a rs $,XO
16M) a st. fli, n w, mod Im, 8 rs.. -. 3.0UO
to Velreea at, mrd Imps, 7 ra 2.060
2024 Boundary at n w. b h, mod m, A rs 20O
1240 tilth at u w, rii rs ... 2,W0
lieu 6th atn w, modlmis, flra ,2,487
174 1 and 1743 lllh stn w, h h, modlm.C rs. 2.1H)
SI7 4th st u w, t h, mod Ira, s rs I.WX)
2(24 Boundary st u w. I b, 0 rs 2,uj0
11110 15th Bt n w, I h, 5 ra 1,000
UNIMPROVED TROPKIVIY FOR HALB.
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