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THE "WASHINGTON CPJTIC, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 18S5.
a I ft r-'V, V- WASHINGTON ClUTIC. .TiiMMfil Dully, SuntnyJ te'rctt, nv TJ1K The Evening Critic PubllshiiigCompniiy, HAtxirr Kii.iTornx, ncsiiient, "W. M.'OTT TOWI2IW. Treasurer, It, H. .SYM'JJSTIlIt, Ktlltor. Olncc, 'o. Oil II Mrcet, Toil ItnlldliiK, Washington, D, 0. The Chitio Telephone Call is MI-2. termo: Mncle Copy 'i Cents lly Currier '.15 Cents liy Wll, postage pold, one year 7 1.5 By Mall, postage paid, six month if.ito JulI ivbicrlpttuiit fnriyiito (i mliiinc;. Address, THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WAsni.sfiro.v, I). 0. Tjii'Usday, May 28, 1885. A I'OMTICAI. HO.AIItSIUJI.L. TnnC'iime Is credibly Informal Mint at the last caucus held In Alnrch by tlio Ito jmblieun Senators Mm following; two rules, in substance, wcro adopted In ac cordance with their views of clvil-servlco rcrnriii: '"J. Thai in (ate of the removal of an; tfficirnt llrpublican public officer on the nlleacil iirouitil of 'offentlic partisanship' ami the nomination of a Democratic 'partisan' in hi plme THAT 8UUII NOMINATION WILI'OT'JJKCONnnMKO." "2, That in rate any Democratic 'partitan' tutto the rrmoral of tin efficient Jtrpnhli&ui ami rrerhet its hit reward for (touting inch remmul the nomination as succctsor to the lUciipitated official THAT SUCH NOMI NATION Wi LL NOT 11K CONFllt.UKbV1 The reasons n-signcil for tlio nrtontion of those rules are understood ty be in ef fect Mint the Senate, under tlio constitu tional provision of "ml vice and consent," in an advisory body to tlio K.xccutivo, and with hint is held responsible for tiio eimr iictcr of the Civil Service, nnil that under the laws of Congress establishing civil service reform in the public olllecs of the country their duty rcnuiros soino such action ns indicated in the above "caucus rules," Tin: frrv rosroi'rioi:. It is dillleiilt to understand (ho Demo crat ic process of reasoning, by which tlio JJhtrict of Columbia is made exempt from tlic declarations of Jtcpublieans and Dem ocrats before tlio election, that Territorial cilices should be 111 led by citizens of the Territory, His still moro dlllle'ult to un derstand how the Washington City-Tost-" ollicc is rendered particularly open to con test I'roin all sections of the country. Mr. Conger lias performed his duties and discharged his great trusts with emi nent satisfaction to the people of this Dis trict, lint if J'rcMdent Cleveland should ilcrm it advisable to have n change of flOfctniftstor here, wo cannot appreciate Mi i claim of certain politicians that thepost offiec at Wnliln'gton belongs to the Demo crats of Michigan because the present In cumbent is tho son of a Senator from Iichigan. Such logic as that would sot tho pyiamids ol Kgypt in the midst of the Caspian Sea and turn Cihrtiltnr into n frog joud. Tlio census oflRd how.s that Washing ton has a population of over 310,000 peo ple, an increase ol':i",0o0 in live years). Jts interests have grown to lie of great local concern. Jts citizens have largu invest ments in its future, and while, they are proud of the paternal (Jovcriiinont which guardsandaids It, they know that its In terests disconnected from tlio National (iovetnnient are now of sulllcient im poitanco to entitle them to a voice in the, management of local alfairs. This would seem to boa fair, cipiltableaud rea-onable ri'ipicst. Tho City 1'ostoilieo of Washington is pre-eminently n local Institution, it deals directly with (lie people of this city, ami although it incidentally handles (Joveni mciitiiail,its prime purpose and great duty is to accommodate the citizciisofWashing ton. And iion-reident Democrats have no more right to tho Washington l'ot oillcethan a Hobokon man would have to the postolllco at Detroit. Tin: ciii.mi: or covinnv. 'I'he first punishment a man receives in this country for the crime of being poor is the enmity of municipal authorities. 'I'he gas inspector liutc- him boeau-o hein sists on ipicsfioning the trutlifiilne-s of the meter, 'flic water inspector ilospls-os him because ho only wnnts to pay a fair price for water. 'I'he police ignore him because )o pays small taxes, and the mu nicipal assembly abuses him because it can. ' Jhit the robber aiKl thiol' and murderer who nets as special executioner for tho rime of poverty is the neglectful building inspector. Ho it is who winks at success ful contractors when they build great tenement houses out of hnv and -tubblo. He ills who gics his olllcial sanation Jo ihe death traps laid for the poor man ami his sntVering family. Ho it is who en deavors to legalize the murder of men and women because, he considers them paupers, whom nobody owns." Itoecnl itiit in New York, New .ler-oy and ( ini imi.itl indicate that tho building in spector is still doing his work of death. Tohiio it doesn't matter if there be' one 11 ore dead man lu the I'otler's I'lold; one n on- i-hild of poverty, with its curly head lush'il in, and its hands all white and till, j.nc more insaiiu wpniuji, crying Mii'Miiih tlic streets for the babies that lie 'n ii I Icidlng nin-s underneath the ruins i I'. i tenement house. riir reckless, corrupt and crluiiunl t.ildiiig inspector may go.on evading tho . m .nid growing .rich oil' his crimes; ho i" mock at tlio cries nf ihe poor and in (;b in tho fiiceof iho-o whotu II vu ho Ins imperilled, hut a healthy, outmgod public Miitiiiicnt will iuJnt)y hang him to M liiiiip-post miiuii day. Then there will In a rr volution. OI'lIKA IX Ni;w .UUXK'4. IH'oi.o.i:i. M ii'i.rsiin over hears of the tin blent opt tit t'oolhliio, New Mexlun yesterday, lie will" tear ills hair in very luiiuc for his inability to grasp all the iiiu-li Hi ics uf uperape management. It scmsibat Mr. Thiioiliir!' 'I.hoin.is, with Mine. Matcrna ami a large chgnis of r"n hitioll old people, wcr'o'u liirlniu alun; Hie t-'oti'lu'in J'sjclllo road o. nd- -'ii I uj cisco, when the train was ioppn n i 'mil. rij-'C, a band of cow" boys ciiiend the e tr. mid, wllli ijrawti rocilvcrs, demanded a jiijifornianco for their benelli. Then clime the fun. Air. Thoinaf pleaded thai he hdil i.un eolial the uucpcclc engagement at Ciil Ih'oiin neco'int of the sudden Illness of JilH.iiiimihiiniii. ai 1L0 Miitinia jiiKfi-d Mint she lintVthocutomnry hendaeho, and begged Mr. TJionins to hang out n sign at the box-olllee. The cowboys wouldn't have It. Headaches didn't count In New Mexico. There would bo iv performance or there would be n death In tlio operatic world. It wa n- supremo moment for -Mr. Thomas, but suddenly, as if acting by inspiration, ho directed his famous or chestra to strike up the beautiful melody of "Home, Sweet Home," Mint the cowboys , might bo touched by ome rare old strain' of other davs. .The cowboys demurred. They had heard "Home, Sweet Home," before, and they didn't like it. The hotel keeper at Coolldge had hired a fresh younjj woman to play Miat tune at meal time on the catarrhal old piano of his caravansary for the express purpose of tajjlng away their appetite. Hence they notllled Mr. Thomas lhat they wcro "way up" on "Home, Sweet Home," and It "wouldn't go down no longer." Jlr. Thomas gazed meditatively along the barrels of several cold-looking ro-. volvers and begged pardon for suggesting a tune so utterly at variance with tlio wishes of his audience. He then an nounced that if the gentlemen "didn't see what they wanted, they could ask for it." 'I'he audience promptly sent up a request for "The Arkansaw Traveler." Tlio musicians fairly laid themselves out in response and were greeted by tumults of applause. The cowboys then turned Mielrattentlon loMnie. Matcrna. She implored, but the audience was inexorable ami gavethogood lady but live seconds to do the agreeable or perish on tho spot, It only took one 1'illh of that time for .Madame to jnaUo up her mind. She cleared her throat, throw her head hack, and was just on the point of letting down the bars for "Coiuiii' Thro' the Jlye" when tho cowboys caught sight of the "chorus." With a wild yell of sur prise and despair tho gentle denizens of the plains rushed from the ears, llred a volley lu the air and lied forever from the confines of civilization. Colonel Mapleson will learn from this that prima donnas traveling through tho West should have a hollow spiaro of chorus singers as a body guard. If this doesn't drive the cowboys into a zereha deeper than any canon, then the lesion of Theodore Thomas at Coolldge is a failure. tin: 3iii.i,i:nnium. Jn former times it seemed weird, ghostly and almost preternatural to speak of the millennium with any degree of confidence in its realization. There was something about all faith in the end of the world that savored' of tlio unattainable and always reminded the practical man of a dog baying at the silver moon. ' !ut times have changed. Tho con science fund of the Treasury is growing like a Georgia watermelon. Carl Sohurz is willing to slate publicly that tlio .South ern people have at last given up all hope of another rebellion. .Mr. Itandnll has decided not to bo a candidate for Speaker ofthe Ilou-e; John i'oaeh will make tho Dolphin lloat or break a hainestring. And two pensioners have voluntarily untitled the iSovepnnent that they are no longer entitled to pensions. After this, there is no room to doubt the coining of tlio millennium. When such things be, and overcome us like a snunner cloud, the day of angelie hosts is near at hand. . It is said that the appointment of ex rnitcd Slates Senator l!oss as Governor of New Mexico will be .stoutly contested in the Senate. The itopubiieans will probably clainflhat about tho thno they were trying to impeach I'ro-ident John sou, Mr. l!o-s became an "oU'enslve parti san" on the other side. Jvnoixo by recent interviews with Sen ator Vest, the Missouri statesman is not in favor of tlio revised Scriptures. Tho more resonant and pungent expletives of the old version lit Into his mouth better. If Tin: Government carriages had not been sold to please tho public palate, Sec retary J.ainav had not had a chill from exposure to the rain and dampness, Krgo, the Secretary should rent a hack, Not a I.i'Kiil llnlliliiy. I'huTon Ciiiric As an editor is sup posed to know everything, please inform me whether Decoration day is a legal holi day in the District of Columbia. Wasiiinmo.n, May 2.3. lavnu. It is not; at least has never beenso pro claimed by the 1'resldent under tho act of Congress relating thereto. It is only a holiday by mutual agreement of bankers and business men and by usage in the Departments, It has been declared a legal holiday in a number of States, lint not In this District. K. Cmric. OUR MEXICAN NEIGHBORS. Not So I'ri-,iiilieeil 11 Toi-inci'ly Against Hie I'lillcil Slntes. Minister ltomero of Mexico said last night ton friend: "It has been true, and ton limited extent is yet true, that tho nins-cs of my people arc prejudiced against the people of tho t'nlted States. Tlioy once labored under tlio impression that any encouragement of friendly relations wlih this country would result in an abridgement of their liberty, for It will take many more years to blot out tho memory of General Taylor. They were fearful of eonipiet and resultant annexa tion. Hut ihe railroads are rapidly chang ing all this. The nias-es are learning that the American people only want their trade, not I heir territory, and almost a complete revolution In sentiment has taken place. This business of rallroadinj; is yet a novelty to our people, and tliero might to he sonic charity exercised If we have not yet adjusted our laws, our tradi tions and our prejudices to the new order of things. The time has almost arrived when Mexico and the United States may clasp hands mur a commerce that will Iravo no cipial on the earth." A .Midi Willi uu OI.iel. A I'liiliiilelpliliioll bi'oliiir. wlm was hi Norlli fin .Mlililpin a Imv ilays iijpi, struck u town where un tiiiterpiMnir i.'ltl.eu luul been Inning n way ut it well for I lie past four mouths. Tie' I'lilliiiluliihliuj went ocr to see tlio bore, anil slid to the limn: "As there isn't one chanec In ' a thousand that you will Mini cither oil or suit, let ineiisk w lint full am ImrliiK foi"" "Well," replied the man, after -eeinlna to think It ovur, "I utiu till In fur mineral water, but ns n Hus ton .man clime uluiiL' iiinl offered to pat In $7.0(10 i'ftli. I'm drlllhiL' away to u-e up his capital."- I Wall .street .vows. Niil.AIViilil of Gin Doi;. "Mr. Tart! I've written umu versus mi my ihitf: would you llkn to heur tliumr" "llh, iliiu't tioublH yinirself tiii-eail tlieni, Mr, Miuo. .Iii-I let mo know what part nf Hid dox they Hin written mi, uml I will vl-lt thokonucl mini tiny mid i'i'iuI tlieni myself.'' lYonkon l.uwlle, A l.'nltiiK.i-ltiilll .11. in. 'Mm siniih Is it mittiowtmilf immT" "Muil kind ut n i nun Is thatr" 'I3i innii Willi nnly inn. tnry Is c,ille-l a cottiiKi' l)ii It man, uml Jim hajfriily ril one." Ji'tiMflhpi. A VlKllaut 7.lij'i$tllir. . fiDiivruLNliiiriiKin put-nil'. oxiiuj nackiue hi a tub of wnlcr Inr twenty-finii' hours mid tlivu ilheovcicd It wiiAit boxiif oluni'liisteuI li in Inleriinl lnuchlaec ll-utrell 1'iec l-Ves. i- - j- ' - Mr Joseph Howiv. irtaiiiiifi'i of lln'b'iiil lahle Life Assiiriiuce Nnulety, I.'IUII !' street, will iciclvc niili-.i'1-lptlnrs! fin' Hie llu.W I in tl.uUH I'nliistiil I'liinl. . PEOPLE IN GENERAL. SiiNATon Hwt.r.Y will sail for Kuropo June 21. Tekkycos'h llorai wreath to be placed on tho bier of Victor Hugo Is inscribed, "To tlic world s greatest poet," It is reported that Mrs. James T. Fields and Mrs. Cclln Thnxter have become linn believers in tlio doctrines of Spiritualism. Chief J. vem-i: Waiti: and. family have gone to tiicir former homo In Toledo, 0., where they will spend the greater part of tlio summer. In. Hk.niiy ViMiUin of Xorthorn i Citlo A' Oregon Transcontinental fame Is now living iiulctly in a furnished opart ment in Jlerlin, Amono tho suniuicr dwellers at Lynn, Jlass., will bo Mrs, Francos Hodgson' llnrnett, Mrs. F, V. J.ander and Mr. and Mrs. T. . Aldrleh. jCx-SENAton Josr.rii K. McjUon un's visit to New York Is on legal bulije.s3. Ho was tho guest of General McClure on Gov ernor's Island, last night, and also paid a visit to General Hancock, Tin: BUisjr.cT of tho address of Vice President Hendricks beforo tho Valo law tcliool next month will bo "Tho Supremo Court of the United Stales and tho lullii rneosThat Jiave Made it the Greatest Ju dicial Tribunal in the World." Miss KsTrxt.i: Gaumm), grand-daughter ol the Into Commodore Harrison, Is to be married at the cottage of her mother, near Long Branch, to-day. The, gentleman to whom she is to be married is Mr. Maule Jtamsay, a young Kngllshniaii who has been visiting this country for some time' . AMUSEMENTS. Tiicatih: Comioci:. A llrst-c.lnss variety en tertnltiincnt Is always to be fouinl at this re sort for amusement eekers, Kvery nluht and at the tnntlnees which nceur on Tuesday, Thursday nml Satmilay. Next week an ex traordinary bill, the inauaeemeiit linvliison fiigcd tho famous Frank Jones anil Alice .Mouinctio Mriiiniuic rn. to proiiucii tneir sen siithmnl )1ay of "lllnck Ilnnil," which Is one of the best ilramas on tho variety stage. A Hknitit to Manahiiii Hkiwiki. Next Mnu day nlclit, Juno 1, Is nunouuei'd us tho hist nlidit ot tho season at Ilerzoa's Miieuni. on thlsnccaslon Aliinaaer llerzog takes thu bene lit which is tendered him by some of tho most prominent citizens nml a number nf profes sional friend", tocether with the Union siiimro Company. Tnu I'iiitic Is glial to say that Mr. llcrzoc has, slnco he opened his popular place, niiulo It a point to study tho Interest and com fmt of his patrons, and tlio public, reoocnlzlng and apprcclatln this fact, are sum to turn out en masse to give him substantial proof of their support hi tho future. A special pro urntnmu bus been incpiireil, In wlileli m.iny Waslilngton favorites will pnrtlelp.ite. Scuts are now on salo; A dispatch from Smita Fo says that Captahi Smith of tho Fourth C'avaliy had a light last Friday with the Apaches In the Mongalllon Alountnins, twenty miles east of Alum. Tho Indians were routed. Their loss Is unknown. The troops aroerowiling thoied-klus. Another conflict Is expected at any moment. COR. TENTH AND F STS. WE'VE aOT 'EI. GENUINE Middlesex Blue Flannel Suits For Men and Youths at $10. llluo Vlanncl .Suits, fast color, at $7.50; woith Sio. Fine Yacht Cloth Suits at $10; worth $18. A set of (!. A. It. lluttons given with every Flannel Suit. A full lino of'lhislness Suits nt $(l.r0, $7.r,0, $8.7fi, Sio.no and SI'J; worth iully as much as goods sold elsewhere nt oO per cent, higher. Tho celebrated Slmoni Cnsslmcro Suits at Sin; woithSU'J.riO. 1-button Cutaway Suits from $10 to $J5. Host Hue for tho least money In tlio city. Fine rrlnco Albert Suits at $15; worth fully S'Jn. Flue Serge Suits at St'J; worth $'J0. Full lino of Seersucker Coats and Yosts nt 2.0O and upward. A Inrconportinciit of Alpaca and Drainl'Kto Coats, Vests, Odd Pants, etc,, at lower prices than ever before. ion itov.s i to la, A beautiful lino of Suits from $'J to $10. Must hes.eeii lobe appreciated. rOtt HOYS 1!J TO IK, A complete lino of Suits from ? t to $t(S. A bnll ami bat given with each suit at TEE IISEIT STORE, Cor. Tenth and F S:s. KtVAs imscraimloiis parties Imitated our signs and mime, bo careful and coinulo the Corner of 10th und F sts. eOUCATOIfAL, w Bl!Hi:ti:8S KDUOATION tor young aud mid illo aged mou nud women, Spnus and summer seestous of tlio Bponcorlau Uuslneea college, corner Ninth and D sts. n, w, Hipld writing, bookkeeping, rapid calculations, Eug llsli language, stunogrnphy, typo.iTrttlug, etc., thoroughly taught. Tuition: Yoar Irom dato ot entrance, dny or night, $00; threo mouths, day, $20; night, iU; ono month', day, $7; night, 45,. Itapld writing only V2 lossoiw $U, Call oreeud ror clrculare. UKNItY 0. HI'KSOBK, l'llnolpal, BAKA A. Bt'ESOi:it,Vlce-I'rlni:Hml. qHE HOWE IJOSINKSa SCHOOL, B17 HEV X ontit street n. w., short, condensed course In practical bookkeeping, rapid ponmatisbtp nnd Kngltsh branches at modornte rates ot tuition, Morning, attcrnoon nnd night eus elono. Clvll-Borvlce proparntlou a Bpoclalty. Bhorthoml, Elocution and Mathematics by a special toncher, niiUU-tt J. H, HKYAXT, I'rlnclpal. ATOHW001) INSTITUIT, 1212 AND 1211 1 1'llh St., near Mtli-at. Circle, Bolect Hoard I log School for young ladles. Sosstou '8.V8U opens September iio, 1885. Early application necessary, as number ot boarders will bo limited. Can no nought : clicnner ut the i'alnt ueiiiirtmeutol Jus. H. McHIII. iloalei- in JIullilluK Hiiripllfo, Nos. 0U8, (MO, Uli nuit utl (I trfft, three iluors wcutef Ihe l'aU-nt OlUce, liu ineillalcly udJolnlliR Nkllnual Jlltles', Armory, tlmimtnny other rataliiltbuirnt In the city, II you wish to buy even the smallrat o'laotuy t white li-ail, olla, varnish colors, dry or lu oil, et., send your tulilrtsn on a ioutnl card ami a prluteil lirltc-IUl ot every uillclu bold lu this department will lionPiit to, you by return mall, ruachluKvou lu a lew hours' lime by letter-carrier. This prlco list gives tho prlco ol .lialf-iilnt. pint, quart, half Kflleu. uallou.aud rive callous or each kind ot oil, tiirpciitlne, dryer, varnluh and other liquids sold by measure, also, prlco per iiunrter.pouud, linlf-rioimrJ, pour. d, Hve, ten, twenty-live and Ito jiouiuU nt tucli urllclesold liy weluht: also, list and prlcennf miscellaneous articles. Tho prices are graded acroidlng to the ipiaullty bought, barge buyers get very lowest pileesi small buy ers pay usllKUtly higher rate. My prices nre ti.xcil. All buyeia buying the same fiiarjltvimy the tame pi lee, Thu luu.iperlcnceil bnyerteta llinfnuie pilcens the oldest pulnter If liohuysilje snii-iiianiliy, by ninsengf r, tebphone nr liy mall, soil tiiy will be llllnl promptly and the blll.ns per price-list, collected on delivery, Hoods delivered to ajf ai tr e.nuiiiiiigniy iineo-nsiseim your oraers oaits nflbn cltv. 'I he other deimrlmeiits ofmy business have iruw ii to satlslaciery iironorllous 1 now kIvb my spftlol MK-MInn to the I'alnt Department, nnd ex i ii, ty having n lull amply or nrt els . Mill lloir tluin at hiw nrees and ru.iklin; nri;iut rtfillverbs, to ocure a llberiil sbiire ol iliepuljjlc j alienage , , ft, l.-u ir r..ntw r feahi' n Hulldlcg Hillipll . ,U 10, '4!and9liOtr SPECIAL NOTICES. 'ttnS3J-bNi'F iai. NofuK.-i)N sViVy7io t rw will miivo my olllre from the Na tional Hotel to the I.e. Ilioll building, Kill and F sts., uml will then Imvo my own private Wires to New York and ('lilengo. .1. VANCK I.KWIS. Jlrokir In Stocks, Grain, FrovWIons and I'e--J roleiim . my'JS itt yfesabiiKAnijiAUTiiits dhpt. of thu 42S I'O'IO.MAC. 11. A. H. Committiu: on .Mlmoiii.m. Sr.nviri!. MnyU7. 1 . VVi Hit I'nUte: Wo vesjiectfully solicit coil tilbiillnnsof flowers to be used on Jlumorlal Day In Decorating tho graves of our comrades burled In this vicinity. Donations will bo re eeivi'd ut .Mnsonlo Temple, ilth and V sts.. on the '.'lith ami until 11 a.m. of thenoth Instant. Any friends who deslro us to enll for flowers on tho'odays will please send their address to 11.11. njiitII, at Jlasonlc Temtilo. I'.ll. lNflltAM. my27 'Jt C'li. Com, on Deo, and tlrmunls. GfSbWF, TIIK INl)EltSl(INUI) HANKS V5 nml Hankers of Wasliiuntnn city, hereby ngl'oo to elce our respect Ivo places of business (as far ns prneticableionSATUitDAY, the tloili Inst. (Decoration Day), l'ersuns hav ing paper duo that dntonrorc'iucsted to attend lo the sumo thu day previous; Thus, C, l'cnrsall. ('ashler Clll.ens' National llnnk of Washington City. Itlggs Si Co. fleuj, P. Snyder, President National Savings Hank, 1), C. (Jeo. II. II. White, Cashier National Metro politan Dank. llateinan A Co., by John V. llcall, Cahler. Towers AOicen. Corson & Macartney. I'rune, I'nrrls A. Co. Jacob Itleli. I.enls.luhnsoii nml Co. Chn. H. Ilrndley, Cashier National llnnk of the llcpublle. 1). C. J. A. Jtuff, Cashier Centrnl National ll.uik. C. A. .In mi"). Cimlilei- llnnk of Washington. II. C. Swnln, Cnslik'i Second National Hunk. Wm. Mnyse .t Co. Hell & Co, W. laird, Jr., Cashier Fanners' t Mechanics' National llnnk. (leorgctown. I), ('. mv'-'il.VJS stySasll, II. ST1NHJIKT. & SON, Ws2 l'.:J7 I'ciina. avc, AllKNTS rou KNOX'S" N. Y. HATS, yotJMANVN. Y. HATS, latest lu JHIKSS CASSl.MlCIti: AND DEllllY HATS, MACKINAW AND OTIIKUSTIt.VW HATS. Hoys' and Children's Straw lints. I.nrgc stock of line Silk Uinhrellns for ladles ami Oentlemen. jT" Furs received on storage. inyJil-tf -J5lS.CmtTAIN CHObKltA CIJ1IH -i Cures Cliolera, Cholera Morbus, cholera Infantum, Crumps III Stomach and lllnrrlui'ii. It. never falls wlieniiscd as directed. Always keep It in your house; carry It wherever you go. The price Is within reueli of all, and you won't have to takoa dozen bottles before l'ellel; it nets like magic. DlarrlKea Is the lli'st tnan or cliolera. Stun that and you pre vent cholera. Certain Cholera Cure never fulls to stop it. All druggists keep It, A. Ilrown, proprietor, Ilox tin I. Washington, D. ('. inyA't-lin KJeSsr MXT1I issfi: KOI'lTAllbH CO Ol'Elt.VTIVi: lll'IMIN(I ASSO'HATION. Assets SI K(l,.-)0il.i 17. Tho llr.sl pnyinent on the Ninth lsim can be made nt the ollicc of the Kcerctnry dally from Silllla. m. toli.'top. m. JIONTHLYl'AYMHNTrf AUK 82.50 rCHSHUlB I'ninphlets explaining tlio object nnd iidvan .tages of tho Assuelatlon lurnlsbeil upon upplb cation. THOMAS SOMKKVIl.T.i:. I'rosldnnt. ONO. JOY i:i)s.OX, STietary, 1117 F St., 2,1 111'. my'J.-2w VNgJtlbYMONT JjXCL'HSlON UltOUNHS. Conlrnets for Kxcuislons now In order. Cot tnges und sbiglu rooms foi vent. F. Kiikunii, Culcier. Special rates to Suuduv-sehonls. L. It; TUK.MIH.V. 527 71b st. AJpa.HOTEI. DUHOUIS, 1728reniin. Ave. N W. HKhTAIJHANT A b.V CAHTH. Suminer board liy the week, 85; by Ihe month, $22. iny-l-ilm VjJ5p-a,Yllt(:iNIA HKACH MOITAi Ol'KN FOIt GUKSTS MAY 15, 1SS5. Situated on tho Atlantic Coast, (I miles south of Capo Henry; IS miles from Nor folk by Hallroad. llench for bulbing unexcelled, nnd no under tow. Free from moi-qultoes. The llou-o Is lli'st-elass In all Its appointments. Telegraph. telcpboiHi and .prompt iiuill facilities, (iood llshlng nml boating. For terms, which are rea s.onnble, npply lo .1. I'. HOItllACH & CO.. Virginia lleach Hotel, Va. For fuilhcr Inforniation and elreulars apply to .1. W. IIOTiaUlt .! SON, 112:1 1'a. avc, ii, w Washington. I). 0. n-SPa.'1'llF AXNl'AI. MKI'.TIXO OP Till! Wsai (Stockholders of tho Kvenlng Critlo 1'iiblishlngCompsny for tlio purpose of elect ing trustees fin- the ensuing year und tho truus action of such other business as may be pre sented will bo held at tlio Crltln oflloo. 1)1 i I) si. Washington, 1). C, on .MONDAY, .limn K, 1S,K5. between the hours of 11 o'clock u. in. and 12 in. of said day. II.U.I.KT KILHOmtN, my l-td 1 'resident. 2PbWANTiiD--Tni:i,Ai)ii:s of wash- as3J Ingtoli m know that JIISS CAVANAUOH, Diiussjiakkii, Fiirmeily of llil Pa, nvo. n. w., has not left M'nshlngtini, but Is located us l.'JIJ NINTH STIIUKT NOHTIIWF.ST, llllcv lltilldlng. np27-lm red" ticket day. Red Ticket Day : Friday. niniii a ii II It AA it II JIM .MM"" SSS3 II .MM MM'" H B II M A! Al M " H U Al Al M Al SSS8 II 11 A A II Kllllll A A II It II AAA II It 11 A A U II Al AIM At H U Al J1AI Al S 8 iinnn a a uuu Jt m Ji sssa YVHE.S'nVEH THIS HEADING Al'J I'EAltS IN OtntlDVEUTIBEUENT, UEAH IN MIND THAT ON MAT DAY ItED TICKET DAY ItED TICKET DAY HED SOMEOFTHE MOST 1'IIENOMENAIi UAHOAINSEVEKOI'FEHED UY ANY ONE. IN ANY CI1Y WILL HE OF- I'tHEDUYUS. W E DO THIS NOTTO OATOU TRAUI1 THltOUOH A.NYIIIIMUtJO, WE SIM- TICKET l'LY CLAIM WE SEfil, GOODS A3 DAY IIED CHEAl' AB ANY HODSB IN THE COUSTUY, AND OUH BTlttOr HULE TICKUT IS, NOT TO HE UNDEKSOLD BY ANY ONE. WE HAVE ONE 1'HIOE DAY HED STltlOl'LY, DO A CASH UU3IXES3 ONLY; TnEHEFtiuIi WE AltE I'HE- TICKET I'AltED TO . MEET AL, OOlll'ETI. T10N ON iti:i TicKi:r n.vy, WHICH WILL )E0N l'UIDAY OF EACH WEEK. WE SHALL EXHIDIT AT ltlDiaULOUSLY LOW 1'IHOES ALL GOODS.SIJOjFaB WE HAVE flUU. l'LUS OK AND AltHTsEVSONAULi:. HEMEUUElt, ON IMUDAY IS oiik m:i ncii:r day. DAY HED TICKET DAY IIED TICKET DAY Illlllll A tl H 11 AA II II II A A II JiUllIt A A II If AIM Al.M"" 8SSS 1! AI.M J1AI'" H U II Al Al Al At " H II Al Al Al Al SSSB II Al AI.M Al H II Al .MAI Al ft H II It AAA II II II A A U iinnn a A uuu si ji M sssa 3 books Tand SATIONERY FOIt ENQHAVED AND 1'ItINTED VISITING OARDS 00 TO FBEE'S, 1G-10. S1 ST. Plato nnd 60 Cards, i 100 l'rlntod Cards, $1. opposite Ebbitt Houee. Buy Your Books and Stationery TWO BT0RE8. AUCTIOH SALES. c SIIANCKUY SAI.K. llv vlrfli,, nf n flnnren i,f (lip Onir,Mi1e Cutirl. of Ih Dlslllet of Columbia pastsl May 2ll, 1S85, In equity enuo II, lilll, I will sell at pub lic iuictlou.lt! front of the premises, on Fllt DAY, Mny 20, 1SS5, at I o'clock p. m., tho fol lowing ilcserlbcd premises and all the Interest therein of the pintles to said cause, to wit i J'nrt nf lot H.in aqitnru 10(1, beginning nt a point on tho south line of said lot, 25 feet west wnidlv from tho southeast corner thorortf, run ning thenco weslwardly with t'eimsylvnnla avenue 21 feet, thence northwardly 72 feet H Inchestoapubllonllev, thenei) custwitrilly to the northwest lino of It. W. Hates' land, thence with said Hates' west line to the phieo of be ginning. Terms of fnlei Onotlilrd oah, of which S100 must' bo paid whcJi the property Is struck off, nnd the balnnce In three equal payments In one, two and threo years respectively, with In teict; deferred payments to bo secured by deed of trust on the premises sold. All con veyancing iiinl recording to boatthecot.of tho pin chaser. LEWIS 11. lUHKIHt. m 00-71. Trustee. PERSONAL rtlVlf.SKItVICK EXAMINATION. HU('f'i:S! v send TEN cents for questions and mi swlrs. Ivy Institute, Stband K sts. n.w. iny2S-ilf . "P KOI'I.K TO UK PltKPAUEl) FOIt CHObKltA, J. by keeping Certain Cholera (.'tiro and using ns directed, It cures uml prevents. Try It. lny'-'H-ilt Vfc A III TIIEIIB." KbKOANT CMIINEI' J photos. $2.50 per do., nt I.trdner &, C'o.V, 1127 I'll, live. my2S-ilt liATTKItSON STII.l. SEUVIW TIIOSH IIX S. cellenl meals for 15 cts, call und try. I.e Droll Dining Itooms, H12 Pst. n. w. iny2s) C A. I1KST ,t CO. 1IAVK IIUMOVED 1'IIO.M J (llHt)thst. lo 122(1 Est. n.w. Selling out below cost to close out business, my27-llt '"IJVVHHYTH. YOtt IIPY HKTTUH AHTICI.ES X. for tho Forsyth ('life than mint of our hotels. How In tho world can you servo u meal for 15 cents" said a prominent merchant. Como nnd sco for yourscll; 518 lot list. my'JI-tf Dl .ttAWINO AND l'AIN'1'INO Tilt: IlKST XJ and cheapest place to lciirn drawing and painting is nt. the Nutlonnl Aeailemyof Pine .ins, cov. inin si, nun .. Y.ave.; an commene lug Immediately will bo received at lialf-liilee; children's Suttiuliiv clut $10 per year; classes alter 1 o'clock for those lu thu Departments. myuo-lin T I.OYD'SOhlfllNAL WASllIN(iT0N25( T. J-J Express; buggugi! checked ut resilience: limiltiiru CHi'elully removeil. Olllecs, Kio:l F st. n. w.; IS1 Pa. ave. n. w. Telephone No. 5 III-1 iiu-jihic Hiii; very beat jl ouanicfs pen. made. Sold by all stntlonors. k Bend 7 two-cont etnmns forBamnlndoz. ut Washtngton Phono- graphic Headquarters. Washington, P. 0. rrnTE-WIUTIXa DEt'AllTMEXr; OALt x grapli olllce: expert oporatora; work called for and delivered, call by telephone, cnllempti olllce, o;i.'i F st. mr3-it -It. LEON, HOD Street Northwest. opt inura, ii to 0. JL, KEUVAND, 1012 PENN. AVE., EN- graver. Plato nnd 50 visiting cards, SO cents; 50 cards from same plato, -15 cents; 100 cards pclntod Irom pinto, 75 cents. MEDICINE FOIt D008. All Diseases curod. OEOHOE woonniDQE, oel3 Cor, -m st. and Md. avo. b. w. LADIES "COMPOUND PILL3 OF TANSY." nro portectly sate nnd always ocfectuol. Benled particulars, 2e. Wilcox SpeclUc Modl clno Company, Phllndelphln, Pa. tu-th-a LADIE8-PENNYUOYAL PILLB ("OHIOnES tcr'a English"), tho only genuine, s.ite, certain nnd enectunl. Sealed particulars, -lc. Chichester Chemical Co., 2313 Madison sq., rniladelphln, Va., Jy23-eod PROPOSALS. jVllorOSALS FOIt STATIONEItY. . I'osioKt'icn Dni'.iitTJiKNT. M'amiiniiton. !),(' Mny 12, 1885. Scaled proposals will he received at this De partment until J2 o'clock in, on Wednesday, .limo 21, 1hS5, for furnishing Stationery for the use of First nnd Second Class I'Ostoftlccs for nun year from, Inly I, 1S85, llbuik forms of proposnls showing tho Items nnd cstbnutcd quantities required, together with circular relating thereto, wll ho fur nished on application to this Department. Proposals should bo addressed to Ihe First Assistant Fostmaster-O'eneral, und Indorsed "Proposals for Stationery." Tho l'ostinnstcr-O'onci'iil reserve the right to reject tiny or nil bids. WM. F. VILAS, pjy 1 -2taw, I w I'ostiiiiister-Oeiieral. pilOrOSAL FOll (ONSTItUCTINd SCHOOL i. Ilt'll.DINO. OrricK ok Tin: Kmiiniiku CiiMshsnisi:ii, W.viiiMiTos, 1). C, -Muy in, ISS5. liy direction of tho Hoard of Coinmlssloners, seiileiljmiposuls will be received ot this oflloo until 12 o'clock m on Tiiiirsdnv, May 2S. 1HH5, for constructing school buildings uml stnlr balls on each side of tlio Stevens School Jluildlng, on Twenty llrst street, between K and L streets noithwest. Illiink forms of proposnl and spcclfleatlons, together with nil necessary Information, can bo obtained at tlio olllce of thu Inspector of Hulhllngs of D, ('.. and bids upon thuso forms liloni) will bo considered, 'i'he right l reserved to reject, nny or nil bids, (l.-l. LYDKt'KHIt, Major of Engineers I', S. A., myUO lit Kng'r Commissioner I). C, FOR RENT ROOMS. Advertisements nf Three f.lncsuuder this head Inserlrd three llnics for2 cents. TTiOlt KENT- 1115 (1 ST. N, W., NEATLY Jj and newly furnished rooms; southern ox liosiue; hot und cold baths; summer rati". my27 (It -CVHt IIENT-227THIIII) STIIEET NOHTlt JR west, with board lu u Northern family, tin en rooms, ell sultuor single. iiiy27-ilt" F Oil Itl-INT - TllltKE COMMI'XICATINO rooms on i-eeouil lloor: fui'iilshed or un- luuiMieil: suitable for light housekeeping. ..ppiy ai .mi, -jo geeonn m, ii. e. myjai-oir 1?0II ItHNT-FOr ft t'Ni'FItXIsilKI) UOO.MS 4. suitable for housekeeping; convenient to tlneo Hues ol curs; no children; price. SI5, HIS Muss. nu, lm'-'U-ilt' 1?I)M KENT -NICKLY-l-VIINISHKO IIAI,L Jl room In new liousc,wlth nil couvenleuecs, $(l per month; references: h()7 ttth t. n. w. niy2(i-:it "lOll HENT-l'THNISIIED 'UOO.MS ON Jl' end 2d lloiii; from .5 up; lienlles ST puss inonooi'. .ppiy at mill t, si. u. w iny2(l-;lt i?oll lli:XT-ll Oil I i'TltXISllED ItOOMS, X' 2d lloor: id-,, suitable) for light house keeping; i 12 Va. ave. s. w, Forlatormatlon call at 11(10 Vu. avc. s. w. myJtKIt U 'Oil DENT- TWO INl'rnNlsllEI) ItOOMS foe SH. wltli gas. mid iiiiu hireo uuliir- lilbed room, ut 11123 II st.; also, u kitchen. in)25-;it 1 ?(llt KENT-ONE CNFI'ltNISIIED SEC- ond-storv front room, with li.iv window use of ehct nud bath: six dolhirs ner mouth: IM17 'Id st, ii. w. tnyj.'i-ilt" T70II HKNT-FLIINISIIED HALL ltOO.M ON Jl. second lloor: Use of closet und bath: live dollars per month: 1)07 3d st, n. w. niv25-:it' F OH HENT-FUUNISHED K00M8 AT IKOI (I st. 11. W. iny'J.Vilt IjOH KENT-ONE OH TWO NICELY FCIt .1? nlslieil rooms, with or without board, on very reasonable teims, at 15118 l)h st. n. w. my.' 1 lit FOR EXCHANGE. WANTED-TO EXCHANGE NEW STOVE' for old ones utllutler's Btovo Eichaugo comer Gtli aud K sts, Bmoky chlmnnyseurod or no pay, Btovos oscnangod for grocorlo Old stoves bought. BOARDING. V 7MIISTCLASS TAIII.E 1I0.MI1 T 1011.1 M st.; terms rciisoniiblc; catering to order. in) u-iii- G ()()!) COl'NTHY I10A1II); PLENTY .MILK ( and lee; healthy locution: highest olova tlon In tho county; pure mountain nil' und wider; good shade; convenient to railroad; 1'i.fcrepccs exchanged. Address C. ('. l' Comiis, Montgomery Co,, Mil. iny'J'J lit THE LA i'lEnitE, S, W. COHNElt OF TENTH and E streuts, and tho Locblol, 512 Ninth st, n. w.i with plessunt rooms and good hoard, nre rocommended to permsuont and transient bonrileis. jyi'j DON'T FAIL, TO VISIT Dooley's Rialto Fountain, 3d St. and Pa, Ave. S, E IEST SODA WATIiJl IN THU CIIY, ' sssMSiisiay WAHTED HELP FEMALE. AC.veitlsmint ol Thtee Linn under lhl head Inserted three times lor U cents. W" ANTBli-A NEAT YOUNO "(HIIL. either white or eolonsl, to make herself ttif ul about the house, No washing nor Iron ing. Must stay nights, Hefercnccs requlrod. Apply mi i.st.. n.w. my2s:it W ANTED- SEHVANT TO 1)0 OFN'EHAI, housnwork; references leinilred. Apply nt iH7Nst. myis-nt WANTED-A (IOOD COOK; ONK THAT will sleep at ervleo place. Also a good waiter (colored), (lot) I'st. n . w, myill-'U WANTED-WIIITKNUHSKTOOOTOTlli: coimli'y for tho summer; must bo com petent und bring best references, call at 1 1 II) 17th st, n.w. inyJtMlt WANTED-IMMEDIATELY; A SHAM stress; competent to cut and lit chil dren's clothes. Address Children's Clothes. Critic ollicc. my2V! w ANTED-THltlii: LADIES AN.I) UKN tlemcn wlllinir In work. Address, for In. rvlew, Industry, critic office. my2.V:,t iV A VrPl?n by KKNSINOTON AllT OO. lTAlMi1il female help t do our llgnt. plensant work at tneir homes. Sent by mill promptly to any address; nocanvisilng; ensy tolenru.ond any ono cau earn from 87 tt $10 per week. For full Information, n Idrcss Kr.s sinoton AnT ltoojis, II) Pearl it., Diatoo, Mnm 130X r,()7H. mvl-e i,)2t WANTED HELP MALE. Advertisement ol Three Lines under this lic.ul Inserted three times lor 25 cents. WANTED- A HOY IIKTWKEN 10 AND 18 years to wink on a farm a few miles from town, Cull ut 21!1 10th st. s.w., bet.C st. iimMTu. itvv. my27-tlt WANTED-A (,'OOD. INTELI.KIKNT COL oicd hoy, about 15 jeiirs of ago, as a dlningrooin servunl. nnd to make b!melf generally useful. H17 12lh si. n. w. mv2ililt WANTED - MAN AND HALF-OHOWN Imnlly on fruit farm mile from Itoim duly street. oiposn(ilunwood Cemetery: nlu single liiuuls, lnqitlro nt cemetery gate. (' Slewiut. my20-i)t WANTED-AT ONCE, A FIIWT-CLASH while barber; I0 per week. Apply 1 ion New York n c. ii. w. inv'i.-:lt WANTED S1JUATJ0NS FEJjJALE-vw Advertisements ol Three Lines under this heml inttrledthiec times for-5 cents. WANTED -MTt'A'nON'nY ACOLOIIED womiiu to cook; best of reference. Ap ply mil till St.. bet. K'.v. I,, n. w. tny'JS-lll WANTF.D-HY A HESt'EtTAHLH COL ored womiin, u place as first-class cook or chambermaid. Inquire at IDS Washington strcar-t7U. my27-ilt WANTED- EMl'I.OYJIKNT HY A YOFNfi Widow with one child; Is u good nurse; fond of children; can keep hoiiso und do plain sewing. Can give good refcreuces und desires u good home more than wages. ,d ibess A. W Cillle ollicc. inyjTi-ilt WANTED SITUATIONS MALE. Advertisements ol Three Lines under this head Inserted three times lor tl eeotn, "VyANTHD-IIY A COI.OHED MAN, ASITl'A V tlon nsu cook In a public dlnliig-room. Apply ut 1 107 N. .1. avc, u. w. myj:i-!lt WANTED-SITUATION HY A YOUNO COL ored man to drive or bo useful In a house or store; good references. Apply ul 105 Hauls' alley, bet. 5th, Q nnd Franklin sts. n. w. inv2h-:lt WANTED---MISCELLA.NEOUS. Advertisements of Toree Lines undtr this bend Inserted three Urn is I'or Zi cents. WANTED-l'EOi'l.ETOKNOW THATCEK tiiln choleru Curelsmitiiehciipprcpiii'ii Hon Mild for 25c. lo cure everything. See nilvcrllscmciit. my2S-;il. ' WANTED HY A OENTLKMAN AND WIFE In business here, the care of a furnished house for the summer. Address M. Al. M., Critic Olllce. my27-af WANTED-HK VCI.E-A NEW DOl'IILK bunched brccch-loadlng shotgun, with belt, brass cartridges, etc., cost Sill, will ex change ns part payment for bicycle; 50-lueli prefci i ed, Address .1 . II, M,, Crltlo olllce. niy'-'U-nt CtAT W'ANTEIl-A I'l'ltE WHITE TOM kitten; ono dollar for best, offered; bring to 1)21) I'niriigiil square at 5 p. in. lnyJ.'i-tlt WAATED-ALL TO KNOW THAT DR. TAY lor, 03-1 F street, near Tenth, makes beautltuleetsof artlUclal teetb for f5; guar anteed to give full satisfaction; extracting with gas, chloroform or local anesthetics. GO cents; without, 25 cents; tilling at very low pi Ices. oc'il) FOR RENT HOUSES. Advertl-einent9 ol Thic, Llne.s tinder (lilt liMnd 'Inserted.lhreo times fur i") cents. "IT'OHItENT-lKH'SEDKl 1I)TIJ ST. N. W., X? lit rooms; hugo sldo ynrd; modern Im provements; rent S75 per month, Apply to A, A. Wilson, corner 7tli st. and l.oul-hina avc. n. w. iny2l-(lt IT'OH HENT-FOK SIX MONTHS, A NEWLY ? rurnl9hed house, m n. w. see., nt $05 pet month to satisfactory party. Address lJox u. Critic olllce. mylllllt FOR SALE HOUSES. iOll SALE-WILL BELL AT A HAUCIAIN JL1 or exeliango tho new brick hoiiso No, 11)08 utli st. n. w.; contnins (I rooms nud base incut, bath room, range, latrobe, etc., and is iilcclv finished; ears every live minutes, A. Lloyd, Mui'shal Law building, ill!) ljj st. u. w. my'-'.-Mf I, Oil SALE-TWO HANDSOME NEW ItESI " ilcnces, 0 rooms each, 11)21 nud 1112:1 (I st. n. w.: the houses nro built In tho mint sub stnntial inanncr- pi ess brick limits, brown stouo tilnnnhigs, two-story square bay win dows, hardwood mantels, tiling, tiro-places ami furnaces; plumbing llrst -class, For terms ap ply to A. A. Wilson, Firemen's Insurance Com pany, comer 7th st. nud Louisiana ave. u. w. Keys at. 200(1 0 st.n.w. IIU'21 ill FOR SALE LOTS. TIT'OII SAI.F.-llEAlTIFfLSUIICItHAN LOTS, J; 25x100 feet, fronting llladensburg Turii liike, In slglit of street-cars. SHOO; $tlll) cash, liiiiaiuo J5 perinoutli, Neat 5-rooin cottages built ut lowest contract rules; 100 cash, hul-U1H--0 lii 5 years, or monthly payment? if pre levied. THOMAS A, MITCHELL. apll-tr n:ll Kst.. Itooins 5 and il. j F0R 1 SALE-.-MISCELLANEOlJS. : Advertisements of Three Lines under till head Inserted three (lint's InrMci'iits, IUltSAI.E- YOl' WONT il AVE TO I'AY ii JP per bottle for or take, twelve hollies Cer tain Cliolera cuic befoie relief. Sec advertise ment. niyjs-iit J 'OH sAI.i:- A IH-INCII STANDAHD CO luinblii bicycle, hi neifeet order. (Mil at room 2li:l Nutlouul Hotel, ufler I i, in, - "Jill! 7011 SAI.E-YEI.I.OW DAYTON WAOON J? 1 2 seiilsi, in good orilcr; or will uxclinugo for toil phieton or low doctor's buggy; uNo good holler for side, " years old. Address ltoom7, rcderal llnlldlng. iiiyi'-llt" "i?01ISAI.E-VAP()ltsT()Vi:;i;i)iH)ASNEW; i I.......!., ..I... i... ,, I. .., .. .. IlKI.UIIt ,1111 J tl, tlK. I II' III', f ,1 7. .- . ....-Oil 't,d . "IOHSAI.E-Olt EXCHANOi: I'Oltf.v CITY -I,1 residence, n hiindsonie country tout inuw lioun', standing Inn belt of nullvo oaks and ceibil's.i if 115 acres of excellent laud, lu pi linn Older nnd Well lenecd; nil necessary out buildings! plenty or fruit: good spring water; wagons, harness. Implements, etc., eoinplelu. .pplv at l.'iinin 15. Eiinnct llouc. aller5 p. in., wlieie photographic views may ho seen and ...I,.... ,......' ., !l.... , .. ...!,. It ,11.. I1IH . 'MIIK'Hlll'ltl1 .1.'., lullcr hilui million obtained. myjil-lt lOltsAI.E -A I.KIHTltOADsTEIt IIIKIdY -J. ( heap. ( an lie seen .d 1117 0 st. ii. w. in 2 1 -in .""Oil SALE (IKNTLi:.MAN'Si)ADWA(ION. Iliewstci'iniikc. hi full' eonillllon: call ho seep nt 212 (J st. ii. W. before 'J o'clock. niyuii-iil" rOH HALE-THE (1001) WILL AND FIX 1 J1 Hires ot a restaurant on P.t, ave., 1120, now doing a good business) prupiiHtorliitoiils to change liU huslness. mvllKIt BUSINESS CHANCES. A HAIIliol'POItTl'NlTV- SJI5O0ASII WILL iV bnynii Interusf Inn good-paying leady ini'iiey business. The money Is ncodwl for lUhilglug operations. Closest JiiMistlg.itloii i o Intnl. Inr purtleuhiih apply to V. II. .Main A, I o., Kill estate dealers, St. ('billies Hotel, 0'25-UV TjOK HENT-FL'ltNlSIIED-TIIE 1IAND- somo property cor. tilth nud N sts, u, w 11)01. Tlio I nrnlturo Is new und tho hoiiso lately papered throughout. For lurlher Informittloii und permission to sen tho property npply to o. C. (iiccii.no;! 7tb st. n. w. inv2rt''w MU SEGMENTS. "H0IlSS 1'LAYISU SCHOOL. 17Mtl)'S. Mnllneu Kverv Kn v. c(,ri''fl ,:,uo,ltei,A;iP,,'' Acting Horses, PouleM nnd Mules. A I.IJAl'OII'.S (Illlllll tlpeiit-HiMis.;. Every ccnlng nt H:I5. , Satnrdnylnnllneeftfjj.), THBM.FKHV ATjJn. Next week- (IIHOFLE-fllHOI'LA. D 1A1J-: Ml'Si:t',1l. Pa. live., now-1 llh st. rdm-lollA Sneelnllv l'et'foflnnnci. !12 star Artists. ,'12 (Jrcal Performers. Every iillernoon nnd Night This Week. Till: VtllOCCJH. NEEDIIAM AND KELLY. CAHTEH AND ANDEHSON. THE NELSON. IloWAltD SISTEHS. CHAltl.KS TIKNEII. HIC1I FOX. EL DIAIH.O. Coiieludlng with tho Drama of tlm NEW.HUOY DETECTIVE. ADMISSION TO ALL ONLY 10 ( FNT.-s. I intZOd'M .Mt'SKIMI. X I Late Lincoln Hull, nth nnd 1) sts, n. w. Week eomineiichiR Monthly, May 25, THE UNION BtjiMItE COMPANY IS TJT3TaX.B XOM'S O-A-BUNT. New Sceiicrj', ntoiKlliouiulsiind.Iublleo Slnget's Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Coolest plneo in the city, rpn i: i ui: co.mkivi:. MONDAY. MAY 25ND DFIIINt! WEEK, .MAHK (IHAYSON'S DHA.MA, "VIOLA." ALICE AHUNOTON 111 tlio stellar role, unit u grcnt scnsiitlonul olio prior to the Drama. Miilinces-Tuesday Thursday nud Decoration' 'Day (huturibiy). Admission, io, op und ao cents. IKCOltATJON DAY, STEAMElt EXCELSIOlt. ' Ha. in nml 2p, 1.1. Tickets, 50c. Children, 25c. A 1'HEK CONOUKT ANII UANOU Without Musicians or Musical KnowloJgo all can havo who purchase one ot I'HOFESSOU M. OALLY'S Self-pinylng Instruments. Bee them, hear them and get music lists at 0. L. WILD & BRO.'S, 70!) Soventh st. u. w. EXCURSJONS. THE QUANTICO HIGH TEA MOONLIGHT EXCUItsToN, WITH MUSIC, ON Till: JANE MOSELEY, MAY 20, 1SS5. I.oavlug the wharl at -1 :UO and teturnlng at 10:::i) sharp, In behnlt ot tho GAIiFIELD MF.MOIHAL HOSPITAL. LAuvMAXAanns: Mrs.Suuator Logan, Mrs. Gen. Htcketts, Mrs. Senator IJbitr. Mrs. Oeu. Lander, Mrs, Senator Dolph, Mrs. nemlett 0. Met Mib. Senator Sabln, zerott, Mrs. Senator Mnuder- Mrs, Col. Rockwell, son, Mrs. D. 13. Katun, Mts. Judgo Hagncr, Mrs. Orange Funis, Mis. II. A. WHlard, Mrs. B. 0. l'omoroy, Mrs. MlraudaTuIlock,Mrs. A. J. Huntley, Miss E. Ii. Johnson, .Mrs. Dr. Power, Mrs. Lieut. Beltrldgo. Tickets, $1: Supper Tickets, $1. To be ob talned Of tl.o Lady managers or of the Direct ors; nnd nt tho principal hotels, drugand book stores. ln)0.1Ll,l(J,20,22,2:i,25,2ll.27,2a -jT T. VKISNO.V I MX. VEKKO.V! BTKAMEK W. W. COHCOItAN 5ii Lcnvis Seven tli-elr eel whurf dlly, except Sun day, for Mt. Vernon at 10 o'clock a. m.; returning, rcKclics WMhlngton nboiit 3:30 p. m. L. L. BLAKE, Opt-In. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. 1?OintENT -SEWINO MACHINES - St I'lHt X: week or $;i per mouth; New American No i, New Domestic, Now Singer, New Auto mallonnd other sttimlard muchlnes, at Aiier bach's. 7th st. mvJl ill, LOST AND FOUND. . LOST- ON THE MOIININO O I.l" 1 1 lT"!7TU Inst,, agold-inoimted sea beau witllJoilgo einblcms, Tho Under will bo liberally rewarde 1 by leuvlng the sumo nt 2011 K st n. w. I'i-Si'i T OST- A HHACELET; OPKN LOOP, TWIST XJ cd gold wire; valued ns a gift. Tim llmicr will be rewarded by returning to 12:1 1 st, n. w whciu the iiiato I'lin be seen. myJ5-:lt ' fit (A HKW'AHD-I.OST, SATt'HDAY, KITH ifJlU Inst., on Pa. ave., near 2 1th st., ladv's buntlngenso gold watch and chain, with nicdnl, on wbeli is engraved owner's name, Abou-reward for their return toiWII ('st.n.w. iny21-:it MONEY TO LOAN. rpo LOAN-J200, $;100, $100, fStll) ON jl saiisiaciory scciiruy. a, j.i.uii), "Marshal Law Uutldtng 8," illl) dHjst. n. w. I ImyO-tt I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD HEL estalo or collatsinl security al lowest rataa of Interest. Nodolay wlion security Is good, o. c. GHEEN, Room 1, Firemen's building. cor. 70i and La. ave. apll-tt" FOR SALE AND RENT. B i:ai, i:nt.iti: iiui,i.i:xin THOS. JT.. WAOOAMAN. U17 F street. (Chsngcn needs Wednesdays aud Snturdavs.) TailKf-STOnY IlItlOE AND FKAMB H0USK8 FOH BALE.. DuiUllnulini, si), eitntn ol DnnlelCsrrull HOO.wo --Jiilatstn c, mod Im, l' rs I7,iil 211 A Mae. inodbu,rJrii s.uju llir: Md liven w, mod Im.isrs .i.oou i in N.I lives e, II rs I,vm all O si ho, mud Im. in m .. ,n :wto lOst se. rood tin, l) is each J,om 'Jll I'.'th st s w, mod Im, lurs :i,viu ."il It Bt n e, mod Im, inn li.Mn 'JlUlOilistsr, I Ii. lots .' , V'On TWO-STORY BHICK AND 1'ItAMM HOUSEH FOU BALK. "Al Ttli at il e. f h, s is. f:i,.l SM 6th st ii e. I'll, in Im, 7 rn I.StO 30 Kt'npsiu e, ih. mod lm,7 rn :'.'j(i n. 0 11 st n e, mud lui.ii rs -MO 210 Del live nc, 1 h, h rn LbCir :il to Ml Myrtle st n o h h. 7 rs 1,71.0 7I.Tii,8l, MlMyrtlBiit lie, 7 is "1 ,700 OliiincOn 1,510 sju 6th st n e. r ii, 7 rs I .see 2II mid til Del nvo n e, I'll, 1 rs each l.oOO- UNIMl'HOVKD PIIOPKUTY FOH HALK. Per Foot. N U live und F, 2d st nnd Public Bipiaru n l"c I) st. list "A mid -lib s e :iw C and tllh sish e 2ln V, M.Iji'I 12th mid l.llliHisH c ISo MP si. I r I ViuiveiiiKl K stse Ua K st. Ina llli nml i;tli h e l.'io K si. liet 1 Ith nud 12lli h e l"-o Pnave, bet Pith und Utli sl9n u m; I'.th At slid Pa hvii h e c HOUHUS FOH HUNT. Ter Mnath. 171s N st u iv.iuml Im, JH rn.., fiou io iiiulltb l u w, mod una, 12 rs . 8.1 :i: Finest llousc.lviN .1. live n u, in 1, Ji rn... ',., im IM-liiivoton am w, tuo J Ini.lur, 10 is "5 eu tnsllllist n w, mod Im, lfirs 75 no UiU M at u w, mud Imps, 12 rs , MJH) iU2litn w, mod Imps, lur...., lOin PUT M st u w,riisa,lui.o8, lima lui, lors. . VI oi 1 120 KM at u w, ladtoidO tt. u rs M '. (2l2ntlint u w, mod Im, poas Slay ai. s ia.. .. :nnj hTOHKH AND OITIOKS). Per Month. C29 1.n live n w. store, 1 ra tsSio li.'l l.n mvu ii WBture. mod lm,A rs s., 00 :il2Vlhst n w, mnilbnps, mire, 1 r 73 no 10IU Pat H wjtuie. mod Im.flrs ill 00 li;n 1Mb st n w, mod Im, s ra , mill) ills !' at n w, r I, olllce 20(0 tali at nnd l'ii ave, room .' 2 uu dl Pun w,2d tlior 2 no ouriloii llulldlug n w. is 2U and ii , -" ' Itoom 13, cor l'a ave and utli st n w 22 s) LOANH In tutus to suit at C per cent. ThtiabuVH It duly u omull portion al nroiwrty on my bonks. For full Hat call atotltce for bulle tins Issued on 1 at and ISih. HAVINO HKOF.NTLY 'FITTED UP A Photo-Engraving Establishment, In connection with my PAT13NT PHOOKSS, am prenarf d to tiirnlah ILLT1STHATIONB AT NKW YORK PltlUKS. rhotOKraphlneou Wood for Itio Trade, MAURICE JOYOB, 1H KLKVKNTH BTKKET HOHT1IWST FjA.XiXUXj-Sr dtS BRO., 4'J'J-Ul Eighth st., between D and E n. w. Clcee carrlnKfis for weddings, cnlls .nnd re CCptlOEE, coaruine uuu liivoty omuiu. 0