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THE WASHINGTON OBTTIC, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE
TvUltiittl Baity, Sunday) Kxxpttil,
(The Evening Crillr .RibllsliIngCompany,
W. ,SC()TT TOAY1HIS, Treasurer,
It. II. SYIA'KSTJUK, lMltor.
f)fllcr, No. '.Ill I) fjtrcot, J'nst TJnllillnp;,
Washington, P. O.
?The Cnuio Telephone Call is 1 1 1-2.
,. , r. TERMS: ,
Wnglo Cory ' Cents
3ly Currier as Cent
Jly Ml, postago paid, one year 1 l.iio
3ly Mall, postage paid, nix months. a. ."JO
Malltublcrlpttoni Invariably til mli'micr.
THE WASHINGTON CRITIC,
Wasiii.siiton, I). 0.
Monday, Junk i, 1885.
arms capital that is axo is to hi:
Thcbrlght, beautiful lirst ilny of Juno
funis AVnsliiiigloii rc-iIcntlcnt in nil thu
i;lory of tlio "vast system of coiniirclicn
live Jmiirovcnicnts" Inaugurated fourteen
yenrs ngo by the then inuoli-alntscil Bo.ml
of J'ubllo "Works.
To-ilny there Is no rltlzcn of the Ills
irict wlio doca not feel proud of being
n resident of our lnngnlllccnt city, ami
every visitor spenks with patriotic emo
tions and pritlc of tho wonderful transfor
mations which have taken place, and of
the truly national grandeur of tho Capital.
To-ilny "Washington presents itself as a
miniature typo of an eaithly paradise for
citizen, sojourner, and visitor.
Tho Washington of to-day, however,
wonderful as Its progress has been since
its change of (iovernntent in 1871, is but In
jts boyhood age, and destined to advnnco
with vigoiou.s strides of improvement
and numberless additional attractions to
the fullnc-s of n far more vigorous man
Jioofl, and become, in a few years, as re
markablo for its superiority over the
present in all tho elements of greatnesi
ns it is now in comparison to the past.
The entire resources of tho llcpublic aro
tributary to the advancement of tho Capi
tal. Jts forward impetus is nceelciated
and its future greatness guaranteed by tho
increasing wealth and population of tho
whole country, lleic are established for
all Unto the Executive, Congressional and
.hidit'inl Departments of our great Govern
ment, and the increasing pitblio business
of a rapidly dovelopingcountry will neces
sarily dontand tho enlargement of the
present public buildings and the erection
of many now ones to nll'ord proper facili
ties for tho prompt discharge, of accumu
lating otllcinl duties. Washington never
presented bettor prospects for its fuither
growth and development than it does to
day. ACIIILl.HS ONOl'KI.
The ogres and ogresses that little elill
ill en read about in their Hooks or Fairy
Tales aro not altogether imaginary crea
tions. There aro far too ninny of them in
ibis real, matter-of-fact world of ours,
lurking in tho by places, skulking in the
slums, lying in wait for .their victims as
many a friendless; child oi poverty and
misfortune has known to its sorrow. Hut
there is likely to bo one less, and that
very soon, should the verdict of a Phila
delphia jury prevail over the craft of tho
Achilles Onofii has just been cpnvicted
in that city of the highest oll'enso known
to the law in causing the death, by slow
torture as it were, of a ybungstep-daughtcr
whom the unlucky fates had intrusted to
his keeping. Onofri was a contortionist
by profession. It scem3 that he was a con
tortionist in niiud as well as body. His
soul, or what piucd for such, was capablo
of as many twists as his body, lie will
die in the greatest contortionist act of his
life. His poor child-pupil wouldn't bend
to bis liking; therefore ho "corrected"
her, and she sank and withered under his
chastisement liko a bruised llowor.
JJttt tho jury did its duty promptly and
will, and little children all over tho conn
tiy can breathe easier and sleep the
sunnier for it. One of the ogres is in the
lca-Iies of tho law and tlie rot of th'i
ogres will possibly take warning by hit
HIE WASHINGTON IMPOSITION.
"We aro glad to see our esteemed repub
lican contemporary m energetically follow
ing up Tin: Critic'h suggestion in regard
to the establishment of a permanent Inter
national Exhibition at Washington. It is
a cause in which every citizen of tho Na
tional Capital, high and low, rich and
poor, has an Interest and can exert some '
influence in making a succc?".
"What is tho unanimous opinion of tho
j coplcof tho District of Columbia, and nn
c pinion so reasonable and jint, so well
founded, so practical and so practicable in
its suggoitious, ought to liavo considerable
weight with Congress, especially when
supplemented, as It probably will be be
fore the year is out, by similar expressions
of opinion from till parts of the country.
The Government 1ms already upon tho
ground tl)0 plant for a wonderful and valu
able exhibition on its own aceotint. lie-on-forced
by the display of thirty-eight
Htntes and the Territories, in most of
which there nie already well organized
iiuhiotihil'iud agricultural exposition,
sin h a spectacle could ho presented hero
at the Capital as the world has novor con
1 ctuii-nt ii comparatively small expense
nml with no possibility of failure.
'J ho .MyjclicMcr, N. II., Union considers
it "rathy silly" to be talking about Cleve
land or nny other man for is, and ap
peals to the Democratic managers to "take
right hold and help tho Provident make
the present administration what It may
be, what the public demands it shall be,
and the future will look out for itself."
Thatis sound to tho core. The Demo
crats are terribly mistaken if they sup
pose the Republican party lias given up
tho ghost anil gone hence. It is still nlivo
and kicking in very vigorous style, and
unless Ir. Cleveland's, admlnistrat'on
comes fully up to the expectations of tho
pbople as based upon tho pledges ofhltU'
self ;and his platform, they may concludo
that having experienced nothing but dis
appointment by the change, it wore better
to go back to tho old regime, whloh not
promising half so much hasbottor kep:
what it did promise.
The chance for 'SS depends altogether
ii)iOi) tho wise use that is made of '81.
Tho President understands this trior
otighly and the pooner Democrats tjon
crnlly cbmo to understand it, the bettor
- 11 ..,., 1 1 1
tiik cu.stihi statui:.
"West Point is one statue short. Tho
tculptor of this missing work of art was
Jfr, J, Wilson JIacDonald, a gcntlemun
well-known in this city. Tho statue
occupied a conspicuous position at the
iirnoJt was nnvcilcd, boldly breaking up
on tho yjew from n pictiiresrino blutf of
the Hudson. It has since been taken
down and stowed away in an oul-liousc as
rubbish, at tile instance of Mrs. Custer.
who cherishes too much rovcrenco for tlio
memory of her husband to want it ruth
lowly defaced by hammer and chisel.
The statuo was supposed to bo a rep
resentation or tho gallant (icncral, but
Mrs. Custer thought otherwise. In her
opinion there was scarcely room for even
the inferential supposition that it -re-suublcd
him at nil. It bad rather the
seeming of a reproduced night-mare, as
though the artist had encountered In his
dieanis one of the terrible handlts In "Era
The hero or Ids last light was posed in
the attitude of a clothlug-liouso dummy,
wealing n loug-talied coat; and, as every
body knows, there is nothing artistic
iiliottt a garment of tills description. Tho
name itself is hopelessly uiucsthctlc. Jlut
that was not all. The legs of this extraor
dinary pleco of statuary were encased in
big trooper's boots, while one of its hands
boro n cavalry sabro and (lie other a horse
pistol. Nothing is said about a liowlo
knife between tho teeth, but it might jis
well have been there to add symmetry to
It is barely possible that Mrs. (Jnsler
doesn't know a meritorious work of
sculptmo when she sees it, but It is very
ceitain that thcro must have been some
thing in tills particular statue that was
hideously olfensi veto her taste, and that
her objections to It were reasonably well
founded or the Scci clary of War could
hardly havo been Induced totrcat a seven
thousand dollnr work with such severity
Tin: Ancient Order of Hibernians, one
of the strongest 'organizations of Irish
Americans in tho United States, is in
ikbtcd to the energetic intervention and
liboinl spirit ofArclibisliop llyan for its
restoiation to the favor of the Catholic
Church. With lew exceptions, to which
the order has niainlv agreed, it is now
placed upon thoMiino level with other as
soilatlons now countenanced by the
Church not strictly religious in their char
acter. The Hibernians were lirst placed
under ban by the lato Archbishop Wood
011 suspicion of being illegitimately sym
pathetic with thoMollyMaguiresof Penn
sylvania. l-'onn newly-appointed and Important
olllcinls entered upon their duties to-day.
Colonel Wilson, as Superintendent of Pub
lic Buildings nnd CI rounds; Mr. 0 raves,
as Chief of tho liurcau of Engraving and
Piintlng; Mr. Swltzler, as Chief of the Un
real! of Statistics, and Commodore Del
knap, ns Superintendent of tho Naval Ob
servatory. They are god appointments;
from lirst to last, and nobody seems to lind
ault with the change.
It is understood Hint Mr. Thomas J.
Urcnnan, a newspaper man of varied ex
periences and recognized ability, will be
come private secretary to Secretary Man
ning, in place of Mr. Valentino P. Snyder,
who has been appointed chief clerk of tho
Treasuier's olllce. Mr. Drcnnan is at
present a member of tho Washington
new s gathei ing force of the New York As
Mit. "William h. Hoy all, who rcpro
icnts the foreign holders of Virginia bonds,
has left for London, audit is understood
will advise a reasonable and satisfactory
compromise of their claims. It is barely
possible that ho may succeed in taking all
tho wind out of tho sails oi thopoliticians.
Tin: opinion is general out in Arizona
and Now Mexico that tho next Apache
re-crvatlou should lie divided up into lots,
each about six feet long, t.wo feet wide nnd
four feet deep.
A DISTINGUISHED BODY.
Tuclltli Xntliiniil Coot'i-ii-iico of Clmil
lles mid Correction.
This distinguished body of practical
philanthropists having accepted tho in
vitation of the District Commissioners
and thocitizensof Washington, will assem-
siinblo in Willard's Hotel and Hall on
'1 hursday, remaining in session 0110 week.
The topics for consideration ate, Pri-011
lit form, Employment of Juvenile Do
liiicjucnts in JSeloruiatorics and Houses of
l.tliurc, Care and Treatment of thu Insane,
Preventive Work Among Children, Char
ily Organization in Cities, Immigration
and Prevention of Pauperism.
These giant problemsof the nineteenth
century will bo handled by eminent
specialists in eacli lino.
The delegates aro appointed by govern
ors of States, by State boards ot charities
and by boards of charitable, penal and
reformatory institutions throughout the
country. Thirty States and Territories
will bo represented in tills conference.
'I he delegates pay their own traveling
expenses and hotel hills, but a local com
mittee of citizens aro endeavoring to pro
vide such general hospitality as the Na
tional Capital is able to oiler, including a
hall for tlio sessions, visits to national and
District charitable, penal and reformatory
institutions to national public buildings
and to Mt. Vernon, also a icceptlon to en
able delegates to become acquainted with
tho people, etc., etc. The local com
initio believe that generous citizens will
gladly contribute toward this hospitality
when they know that contributions are
desired. The amount required is about
.s,NJO, of which i-Cuo havo already been
f aid or pledged, About STOO more will bo
needed, and as all voluntary entertain
ments I iy citizens must precede thosos
siuiisofthe conference so as not to inter
rupt the work, tlieaniountls needed now.
Contributions may be sent to the treas
urer of local committee, Charles S.llrad
ley, cashier, National Hank of tho Itepub
lic, and -iill be promptly recognized.
The cxicutlvo coinniitteo consists of
Aithnr Mai-Arthur, .chairman; Edward
M. (iiillaudet, W. "W. (foddlng, Sara A,
Fj cm-er and Ellas fc. Hutchinson.
liiUMiiiuls for AfKluiu (icnor.tls.
In view of nn Anglo-llusslan war,
Ameer Abdurrahman of Afglianibtan has
eiven nn order to a Cabul Jeweler for Ilf
tcin golden Inkstands, which aro to bo
prcM-ntcd to ns inn,.y Afghan generals.
The cost of tho Inkstands amount to iil,-CUUruM-es.
According to an old Afuhtin
I custom, tho Ameer presents to every gen
eral going to war a sword nnd nn inkstand
1 attached to the same belt. Tims equipped
. tho Afghan generals havo no excuse if
I they fail to speedily report to their muster
the progress of tho war. Along with a
' sword and nn inkstand the Afghan gen
I irnls alio wear on their bolts charms,
whirli are believed to havo tho power to
1 sns i- their bearers from bullets and oven
Monis. t-t. Petersburg pnpor.
".Ami o juu have 1 tcolvud a divorce from
tlmt vnsnfiiitid lmt,ntitl of yours, Mrs.
Smttlif" "Viw, Inmjfliiil to-iiytliat 1 Iwvo."
"Didn't j on Itel milto ovornuworeil -wlion you
hemil the dotlslim uf tlio JadKo?" "Not ojf
Hotly; IJeltnurt of unmanned, so to siHMk.
Tlu- National lliivornite.'
Tl.o I'rMliUnt does not care much for wine,
jii r fur any other bevi-rjeo, hut at liln dinner
iwitlus ho ets It la-fuii) hi Kuurtu, iitul arnuiu
Mis familiars ho pln-on delimiter of irooilolil
Itonrt'oii on the table, 1111 act Iwuining any
cuiitloinnn In his own house Uvnnsvlllo
1'iom JJIlett to Cmiim1.
' What must wo do to ho snvedv" asked tho
binidny-KChool toucher of her now pupil,
"lilt lost," was tho very suggestive but luoor
mt reply. - (Uostun Journal,
Titos. J. KiRKPATiiit-K or Lynchburg,
Vn , nnd a student ut Washington and
boo University has been appointed to a
West Point cadctshlj).
Dwtn W. Twt.on of Virginia, who
stands nt tho hend of the graduating class
at Annapolis, hns held that position in the
elnss ever since lie entered the Academy
four years ngo as a cadet engineer.
Mas. K. 1!. 1iii:i:si:, daughter of ex-(ioy-ernorCuilIn
of Pennsylvania, has leased
her beautiful place at NewjioiL tills season
to W.H. Harrison of New VorK for$2,0J1.
Tiir.oiioiii: W. DwintiT is mentioned as a
Itcpuhllcaii candidate for Governor of Now
ltni't'iiMcix roMTiri xs nt Albany say
that the Democratic State Committee of
New York will meet early in July for the
purpose of receiving the resignation of
Daniel Manning ns chairman of the com
mittee, and tlmt the man who Is elected
in ids place will be the mouthpiece of the
Sir Thomas Hcskcth and I.ady Hoskoth,
and Mr. Moncure I). Conway, wife and
daughter, anived in Now York yesterday
by the Cunnrd steamer Etruria.
Mi;. CiiarixsT. Howvniiuf Now Orleans,
whowas thrown from his hors-con Saturday
at his country residence lnglcslde, near
Dobbs Ferry, N. Y, died yesterday of his
iiijuiles. He was n nallve of Ilalthnore,
iiikI had for more than thirty years been
prominent in commercial enterprises in
the South. He had been In the habit of
spending a portion or his winters in Wash
ington, and his wealth is estimated at
A Cincuio l-Ai-nn notes the meeting of
Senator I.ogan and Whitelaw lloid at tlio
(hand Pacillc Hotel nnd says they sepa
rated in the best ofspirits, Woaro Informed
that none but tlio best nro dispensed at
the Orand Pacillc bar. Minneapolis Tri
bune. 'Mit. Tii.nr.N istholluesl conversation
alist 1 ever met," says Clara Morris. "Ho
is perfectly informed on every subject that
can be broached, and can tell mo more
than 1 can tell him about the theories of
my own profession. Wliy.lio never mnr
ried is moro than I can comprehend. Ho
is far too lovable to have remained n
AnI Hid Coiiti-.ictui'.
IhiiTiin CiiiTie! In iiuiitliiB repairs on tho
Ntiouts Is lucre no way by which tho dirt Unit
Istliiown out can he curt oil off as It H oxen-vitli-rt?
Tiles of bud Mnelllne earth havo laid
on rilth street for days without removal, and
mo moro "offensive" than tlio worst partisan
who ever held nn olllco. Mai. Mil .
Washington, Juno 1.
l.'iinmi CiiiTii: Wlilcli Is eoireot to snv
tliolhth or Jlith century In rofcnlns to tin
picsi-ni J ll, Tujii'uu.
Washington, Juno 1.
Tlio I.ny of tlio Locust.
WncliliiKton gossips nro anxiously awaiting
thu iippi-nrniicu there of tho soveiiti-en-yeur
locust. They expect to Hud across their vhn;s
in letters of blood tlio solution of tho vexed
pioblom: Who Is tho lirst lady of tho land!'
Artificial Stone Paving.Comp'y
Office, I4I8 Nov York Avenue.
Artistic and Fine Work in Cement a
Our Skilled Woikmcn lay thofollowlnel'avo
Schlllenner's Patent, Best Granolithic.
Asphaltum, Artificial Stone.
Kitchens, Sidewalks, Stables and Collars laid
with neatness and pioniptuuss.
Owneis of property nro notified that thoy
will be held ichponslblu for InfrliigemDiits of
this patent. Tho I lilted Mutes Com ts for the
Dlrdlct of Columbia havo recently enjoined
II. .. Cinnford nnd tho C'oininls-Jonors of tho
District of Columbia fiom laying this pave
ment. All nitllleliil stone pavements other
than that laid under tlio patent oro worthless.
'I'eli'pliono Cull HIT-ii.
W. G. METZEROTT & CO.,
l)0a Pcnnsylvniila Aveiuie. second door west
of Ninth street,
SObK ACIUNTS TOR
Ohickering aidJames & Holms Irom
And all MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
COLORED TISSUE PAPER,
Pine Tar Moth Paper, Paper and Envelopes.
F05 and 607 I) St. Northwest.
AUSTIN P. BROWN,
REAL ESTATE and LOANS,
I42G F Street Northwest.
.Stteutlon t-lven to Iteal Etato in all Its
Houses llougld, Sold nnd llcutcd.
Vacant Property, City and Suburban, bought
AssK-ou' OrncE, lh !.,
Wafiiinoton-. C. C. Juno 1. 1885.
Taxpayers on personal property nro hereby
notilled, in obedience to law, th.it they aro
uqulicd tomiiko out nnd return to tills oflleo
a statement of their personal property, under
ontli, within forty-llvo days from tills Unto, and
In default of biieh return tho Assessor U re
mit) rd by law to mnlco out such statement
fiom tlio best Information tlmt can bo obtained,
nnd add thereto a penalty of Jill per centum.
lllnnk 'schedules can bo obtained at this
Ily order of tho Commissioners of tlio Dis
trict of Columbia.
jel-flt Assessor. P. 0.
'Dyckerhoft Portland Oement,
The Strongest and Hcst Known to tho Trade.
H. L. CHANFOItD.
Solo Agent for District of Columbia.
Office, 1118 I-' street north won.
Warehouse, H, L. lllseoo's wharf, foot of
Tenth utieet southwest.
Orders promptly llllod and deliveries mado to
any part of tho city.
f.HANOLITHIC AltTIt-'K IAL STONE,
ASI'IIALTI'M, NKUOHATKL MASjl'IC.
strr etc, Sidewalks, Stiibles, ll.isements and
C eliar I'loors, or wherovcr a Solid, Sinootii and
Lniuhlo I'avtment m- Floor U required.
urtleis promptly attended to mid all work
cunrnnUu! for tho term of Ave years,
Alliepresentntions that tho nbovowork, ns
now rorfonned by me, Is im Infringement on
any rights of others, or that any court has po
hi Id Is Incorrect.
I guarantee all patrons of my work against
any olttlms or suits for ilninHgt-s.
No. 1118 1-' st. n. w
Telephone Call No. 681.
NOW IS Tilt: TIMB TO UKTAWN-
llA18Lr.1T, 817.MA11KKT SPACII,
Is tho innu to make them.
AWNINdS, TKNTS AND FLAGS
JInilo to order at tho shortest notice and rca-
sonnhlo prices. iny!lt)-1m
VhK3.aLi:Nvooi) cumbtwiv-tiif: an-
Waii mint meeting of tho lot owners of
niennoed Cemetery, for tho election of Trus
tees to servo for tho ensuing year, will bo held
on MONDAY, .Tumi 1, nt 8 p. in., nt tho hall of
tlio Young Men's Christian Association, on N.
Y, n. c 1 ict . J 1 1 li nnd 1 rt h st s.
inymi at l.BWIS C'l.BI'HANK, Secretary.
?K3,1I. II. STINBMBT, & SON,
W22r 1U.-I7 I'cnnn. nvo.,
KNOX'S" N. Y. HATS,
"YOUMAN'S" N. Y. HATS,
DllBs-H CASSlMBltr. AND DBHUY HATS,
SfACKlNAW AND OTlIBlt STHAW HATS.
Hoys' nnd Chlldien's Straw Hats.
I.nrgo stock of fine Silk Umbrellas for Ladles
KSTTurs l ccclved on storage. myUO tf
-C5. CBUTAIN CltoiiEHA CUHB
WsD, (.'iircs Cliolorn, C'liolern Morbus,
Cholera Infinitum, Cramps In Stomach nnd
lliiir)iu-n. It novel- fulls wlicniised ns directed.
Always keep it In your house; carry It win-rover
you go. The price Is within reueli of all, nnd
you won't havo totnkoailor.cn bottles before
relief; It nets liko mnglo. Illarrhn-a Is tho
lirst stngo of cholera, Stop that and you nro-
cut cholera. Ceitnln Choiera euro nover falls
to stop It. All diugglsts keep It. A. Drown,
proprietor, llox iini, Wnshlngton, I). ';.
CO Ol'KUATIVi; I1UILD1NQ ASSOaiATION.
Asci-ts 8 l8l),."iUt.H7.
Tho lirst payment on tho Ninth Issue can bo
innilo at tho oflleo of tho Secretary dally from
!s:.iou. in. to i:nu p.m.
Pamphlets explaining tho object and iidvnn
tagesoftho Association furnished upon appli
cation. THOMAS SOMBUVILLB. President.
JNO. JOY KllhON, bi-eretnry, 1)17 1-' St., UJ fir.
mi 'J."i-2 w
VJjsa,OLYJtONT BXCUItSION UHOITNI)-).
Coutinets for Kxcurslons now In order. Cot
tages nnd single rooms for rent. 1'. I-'iikuno,
Caterer. Special rules to Sunday-schools.
L. It. THKMIILY, T.U7 71h st.
17281'cnna. Ave. N. W.
ItBSTAUHANT A LA C'AItTi:.
Siiinir.er hoard Hy tho week, S-"; hy Ibo
month, $'-",' myl-tlm
Jaj,VinOINIA DHACH HOTEL
Ol'BN rOH GUESTS MAY 15, 1S85.
Situated on tho Atbintlo Const, I miles south
of tapo Ileinv; 18 miles liom Nor
folk by Knllrond.
Ileaeli for bathing unexcelled, and no under
tow, l-'ieo from ino-iiultoes, Tho IIouso Is
llrst-cluss In all Its appointments. Telegraph,
telephone and prompt mall facilities, Rood
ilshliig nnd boating. 1'or terms, which nro lea
stumble, apply to
J. P. HOItltACH & CO..
Virginia Ueaeh Hotel, Vn.
For fin thcr Information and circulars apply
to .I.W. HOTBLHIl & SON,
ll'JIl l'a. live, n. w., AVushliigton. 1). C.
WC?.'1'1I,: ANNUAL MBBTINO OP THE
WSsai stockliolilers of tho Evening Critic
Publishing Company for tho purpose of elect
Ing tiustees for tho enulng yem-and tlio trans
action of such other business as may bo pro
sintul will bo held nt tho Ciltlo olllecDll 1)
st. WnsliliiRtull, 1). C, on MONDAY, Juno 8,
1885, between tho hours of 11 o'clock a. m.
and l'Jin. of sulddnv.
jKSar.Vt'ANTKD-THn LADIES OV WASH
KsiSS. Ington to know that
MISS CAVANAUGli, Dub-smakeii,
1'oimeily of 11)1 Pa. nve. n. w., Ins not left
Washington, but 1 located as
130 NINTH STHEBT NOHTHWEST,
Itllev lliilldlng. ap-J'-lin
JLL'ASANT. COUNTRY P.OAltD AT "EIKIE-
linliiutL-s' wnlk to station: hirgo nml well
furnlslied rooms; lino well; plenty of fruit and
uarileil. Address Edgowood, Crltlo olllco.
IltST-CLASsj TABLE ItOAHD AT 101).! M
st.; terms reasonniilo; catering to order.
GOOD COUNTItY I10AUI); PLENTY MILK
and Ice; healthy location; highest eleva
tion in tho county; pure mountain uli- and
water; good shade; convenient to railroad
references exchanged. Adiliess C. C. C,
Comus, Montgomeiy Co., Mil. .my22 l)t
THE LA I'lEnilE, 8. W. COItNEU OF TENTH
and E streets, and tbo Luclitol, 512 Ninth
st. n. w with pleasant rooms and cood board,
aro rocommontloa to pcrmanontantl translont
bonrdprfl ' Iyl2
HAKE Ol'POllTUNITY 8(150 CASH WILL
buy im Interest In a good-pnylng ready-
money business. Tho money is needed for
enlnrglng operations. Closest Investigation
courted, l-'or pnrtlculnrs uiiply to W. II. .Main
& Co., real estate dealers, St. Churles Hotel.
.'..' ' "" ' "1'i-?"1,- "
MONEY TO LOAN.
rpo LOAN-$200, $S00, tlOO, J500 ON
JL entlsfactory security. A, LLOYD,
'Marshal Law Dulldlne 8,"
limyO-tt 310 .Pij st. u. w.
I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD HEAL
cstato or collateial security at lowest rates
ol interest. No delay when eocurlty Is good,
o. o. OBEEN, ltoora 1, riromon'o building,
cor. 7th and La. avo. npll-u
RED TICKET DAT.
Red Ticket Day : Friday.
I1I1I1I1 A II
11 AA II
11 I) A A U
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It II AAA II
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II M SIM SI 8
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WHEMEVEU THIS HEADINO AP
rEAKS IN OUIt ADVERTISEMENT,
BEAU IN MIND THAT ON THAT DAY
SOME OF THE MOST PHENOMENAL
DAKGAINS EVEIt OPFERED DY ANY
ONE IN ANV CHY WILL BE l T-
rtltED BY US.
WE DO THIS NOTTO CATCH TRADE
THROUGH ANY HUMBUO, WE Sill-
PLY CLAIM WE BELL GOODS AS
CHEAP A8 ANY HOUSE IN THE
COUNTRY, AND OUR STRICT RULE
18, NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD BY ANY
ONE. WE Ha"vE ONE PRICE
STRICTLY, DO A CASH UUSINES3
ONLY; THEREFORE WE ARE PEE-
PAltED TO MEET ALL COMPETI
ItED TICK!-: I' 1AY,
WHICn WILL BE ON TRIDAY OF
EAOn WEEK, WE SHALL EXHIBIT
AT RIDIOULOUBLY LOW PRICES
ALL OOODS.8U0IIA9 WE HAVE SUR.
PLUS OF AND AltESEABONABLE,
REMEMDER, ON FRIDAY IS
OUIt ItED xicitiir I.1Y.
UMM MM"" 8SSS
II MM SIM"1 8 B
II St SI MM" 8
ll M SI M SI SSE8
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urtnn a a uuu m m m sssa
('. WELLH &CO,, Auetlonecrs nnd Mer
cliandlso Ilrokcrs, 1)08 l'ciina. nvo.
Itegulnr snln WEDNESDAY MOUNIN(I..ltino
!1, nt 10 o'clock, of an unusual thus assortment
of Kuinltiue. now and second-hand ; Parlor nnd
(.hnmbcr Suites, Tables, Iledtends, M. T.llu
icnlis, I'eiitro nnd Library Tables, Lounges,
Wardrobes, Clinlrn, etc.; Mattresses nnd spring
Herts, Iltooms, lliushes, etc.; Ilruscts Carpets
nnd Stinw Mattings; Table and Toilet crock
ery nnd Crockery Pneknges.
Jel-'Jt II. C. WELLS & CO,
Ill vll Inn of n ilrrl'rtn uf flin SliltMnm.t f.mi-t.
of tho Dlstilct of Columbia imsseil May 20,
1SS5, hi erpilty enuoIi,l;m, I will sell nt pub
lic miction, In limit of I lie premises, on l-'III-DAY,
Mny 21). 1H85, nt 1 o'clock ti. in., tho fol
lowing di'serlbi'il ptcinles nnd all tho Interest
therein of tho pintles to snld cause, to wit ;
Pnit of lot 8 In snunro UK), beginning at u
point on the south lino of said lot, 25 feet west
wnrdlv fiom tho southeast corner thereof, run
ning tlienen wcstwnrdly with Pennsylvania
avenue 2 1 feet, tlicnconoitbwnrilly 72 foot H
Inches to a public alley, tlicneo castw.irdty to
tho unit Invest lino of II. W. Hates' land, tlienen
with snld Hates' west lino to the placo of be
ginning. Tel ms of sale: One-third cash, of which SK'D
mut bo paid when tho property Is struck off,
and tho imlntien In three eqiml payments In
one, two nnd tlnco years respectively, with In
tnest; defened imymcnts to ho secureil by
iked of titlst on tlio preinlsi-s sold. All eon
ejnneingiiiid recoidlngto boatthoeostot tlio
Ll'.WlS 11. I'AllIvBIt,
mj20 7t Trustee
On aceotint of rnln tho nbovn salo Is post
poned until MONDAY. .MINI: 1, 1885, nt 1 p.
in. LEWIS 1). PAHKEIt,
fc A Nl) DONT YOU l'OKOET IT." rOUOHt'
jTJl wlintr Why don't forget to get Certain
ClioliTiitiuo; It prevents ehoieiu. Soo adver
rpiIB VOUSYT1I CAFE, 518 10TII ST., IS
J now furnished with swinging fans over
each table: no heat; no Hies; and tlio bo?t 15
cent inenl In tho world. Wo study tho comfort
of our patrons. jot
AYOUNO MAN IN THIS CITY DESIRES
to recclio Instructions In plivslos by a
i-einpttcnt Instructor. Address, with terms,
A. II.. Critic olllco. inylltl tit
I- LOYD'S ORIGINAL WASIIINOTON 25i-.
Xu Loeiil Epress, Itnggago clieoked at resi
dence to rallioiiils and steamboats. Furniture
cniefullyreinoM-d. Ofllecs HIIKI I-'stn. w. nnd
1S1 Peiiii, nve. n. w., nnd Hentley's plmrmney,
l.ltli anil Corcoran sts. n. w. .Messengers fur
nished. Telephone No. 5 II). I, Service prompt
and lellnblo. .). L O'HHIE.V,
plVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION. SUCCESS!
J Send TEN cents for ipiostlous nn I iin
sw ers. Ivy Institute, Sth nnd K sts. n. w.
in 28 t)t
rATTEltSON STILL SERVES THOSE EX
lellent meals for 15 i-ts. Call and try. l.o
Droit Dining Hooins. 812 V wt. n. w. iny23
X' for tho Forsyth Cafo thnn most of our
hotels. How In tho world can you servo u
menl for 15 centsS" Mild n promlni-ut liioi-ehnnt.
Comejuid sco for yourself; 5181 lUti st. iny2J-t f
iltAWINO AND PAINTINa-TIlH I1EST
nml cheapest nhu-o to lenrn ilrnwlni' unit
nnlntliig is nt, tho N'ntloiiiil Acndi-inv of Flno
Alts, cor. 18th st. nnd N. Y.avo.; nil commenc
ing hninidlntely will bo received ut half-iirlco;
chlldien's Saturday cl.iso S10 per year; classes
alter ! o'clock for tlio-o In tho Departments.
rpHE very best
JL DUBIDCIS pen,
made. Sold br
oil Btntloneru, O
Hend 7 two-cent
stampsfnrenmplodoz.i Waelilegton Phono-
crnpnic iicaoqimrinrB. waBDingion, u. u.
TVl'E-WRITING DEPARTMENT; O.VLI
ginpti onico; oxpeit npcrntors; worn
called for and dellvor.id. Call by telephone,
Callgrnph nnice, 1KKI F cr. myH-tt
110 D Street Northwest.
Hourg, 11 to 1).
JL. KERVAND, 1012 PENN. AVE., EN-
graver. Plato ana CO visiting cants, SO
cents; 50 cards from eamo Plato. -15 cents;
100 carile printed from plate, 75 cents.
MEDICINE FOR DOUS.
' All Dleoascs curod,
oclS Cor. j at. and Ma. avo. a. w.
LADIES "COMPOUND PILLS OF TAN8Y"
nro peifoctly sate nnd always effoctunl.
Sealed particulars. 2c. Wilcox BpocIIlc Modi
clno Company, l'liiladelplila, l'a. tn-th-a
LADIES-PENNYROYAL PILLS ("OniCnES
ter's English"), the only genuine, safe,
certain and effectual. Sealed particulars, -la.
Chichester Chemical Co., 2313 Madison sq.,
Philadelphia, Pn. JyUS-eod
FOR RENT ROOMS.
Advertisements of Threfl Lines uniKr tills liciul
Inserted tlnco times for V, reutn.
Iron HENT-LAitai-: i!oom;;i windows;
j flouting north; nicely furnished; cheap;
with or without bonrd; bath, hot and cold
water. IWIEst.n. w. jol-:)t
?OIt HL'NT-ItOOMS, WITH HOARD. 110 1
l.Et.n. w., opp. parks.
I?( It ltENT-2 FUUNISIIED PARLOR IIKI)
rooms, very pleasant for summer, nud at
lowpilces. 70(1 Dili st. u, o,, 1 so,, from 11 st.
ears; boaul on square. myilO 3t
17011 KENT 1321 VERMONT AVE., NBAH
. low u Circle, .1 unfurnished rooms, wltlfa
piivatoliunlly; teims moderate to a deslrnhlo
tenant. Ap; il y nt once. mv21)-;u
TTOH DENT-105 0 ST. N. V NEATLY
JD nnd nowly funilshcd rooms; southern ex
posure; hot nnd cold baths; summer rates.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
TIT ANTED-t'A TEHEE, IN CENTRALLY
VY located bnarillng-houso; 7surop.iy nud
immanent bom-ders now In houso; outfit com
plete; rent taken in board, Address Proprietor,
critlu oflleo. Jol-llt
OH HENT-fiOOD STAND FOIl TELE
graph ohlec; rent cheap. Apply 1)31 La.
170R HENT-SEWINO MACHINES- SI l'EIt
J? week or $3 per mouth; New American
No 7, New Domestic, Now Singer, Now Auto
mat lo and other stundaid machines, nt Alter
bneh's. 7th t. mv21-(lt
FOR SALE HOUSES.
701l SALE-A (!(t)I) INVESTS! r.kT-NEAT
X1 bay-window house, 0 rooms and hath;
good tenant; ready to pay 1 year's rent In nil
inneo ut $25 per month: pileo $2,550 cash,
(iieen .t llrviint, 51 1 Utli st. n. w. mylio-at
OH SALE- TWO-STORY AND HASEMENT
brlek dwi-llliig. (1 rooms: bathroom and
eelliir; mod. Imps,: located 11, w. nnd con
venient to htm-t-enrn: n-nt's for $25 per mo.;
will sell for S2.800. Tyloi- & Rutherford, No.
122(1 r st. 11. w. mv3i)-3t
FOR SALE-WILL SELL AT A DAUGWN
or exehnngo tho now brick houso No.
111(18 Utli st. 11. w.; eoiitiilns (1 100ms nnd base
incut, hnth ii5om, rungo, lutrobe, etc., and Is
nkely llnliilieil; ears every llvo inluiites. A.
Lloyd, Mar-dial Law building, 310 lfcS bt. 11, w.
170H SALE-TWO HANDSOME NEW ItESI
I1 denee, I) rooms each. 1021 and 1023 (i st.
11, w.; tho lioutcs nro built hi tho most sub
stiintinl mannir press brick fronts, brown
stono trimmings, two-story squnro bay win
dows, hnidwood innntcls, tiling, Ilro-plnces and
1 111 nuces; plumbing lli-st-ohies. For terms up
ply to A. A. WIImhi, Flreincii's Insurunco Com
pnny, eornir7tlist. nnd Louisiana avo, n. w.
iv h nt 2000 0 st. ii. w. mv-Jl-dt
FOR SALE LOTS.
BTfLDINU LOT i'Olt S50, ON llENNINOM
Road, near 11. k P. It. It. station; near
school and ehurchcs: healthy location; $25
cash. M. II, Hunter, -170 K st or Uennlng's,
1), C. Jul-tif
I" ?0R SALE-IIEAUTIFULSUIIUHUANLOTS,
" 'i.KHi feet, fronting lllndousbiirg Turn
pike, In sight of stieet-cars, $300? $luo on-.li,
Imliuieo S5 per month. Neat 5-room cottages
built nt lowest contract rates; 8100 cash, bul
muoluD years, or monthly payments if pro
fcn'iti. THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
BpO-tf 1)31 Fst It wins 5 nnd 0.
WANTED-TO EXCnANOE NEW BTOV
for old ones nt Butler's Stove Exchange
corner Oth and K eta. Bmoky chimneys cnroJ
or no pay. Hiovch exctanged tor grocerlo
Old etovos bought.
Advertisements ot Three Lines under this hed
ImerUil tlitea times lol-M cents.
W'ant'ed-a YieuaiTu: and "n
petcnt woinnii as iiiu-so and chamber
maid. Applynt182l).Teffeison Place. Jnl-ilt
WANTED-A 0001) COOK; WHITE; KEF
crenees. Apply nt 1113 st. 11. W.
' inyiMI 3t
WANTED-AT10II) 15tii ST., A WOMAN
to cook, wnsh nnd Iron: must stay
nights; references required. Apply at onco.
WANTEH-A FIRST-CLASS WOMAN COOK
for a family of two. Apply at DO!) II st.
11. w. m2!)-3t-
WANTED-TIIREB 0001) 8EWEIIS ON
ilrossmaklng; also, two good npprcn
tlees, at 1011) 1 Mb st. 11. w, tnyU'MU
WANTED-A WHITE (URL, l-'UOM 11 TO
18 jciii-h old, to iiuisn u child; 11 piud
home. Inqulio at (HI) lllth st 11. w bet.
I'nlid (1 sts. m-2l)-:;t
U' A KTWH bvKHNSINOTOM AKVOO.
VI iVl J VA) fomalo tiolp t) do our light,
pleasant work nt tholr homes. 8-mt br mall
promptly to nny address; nocanvnnslugt easy
to learn, nnd nny nnncnu earn from $7 t-i $10
por week. For full Information, address Kt:N
kisoton AnT Rooms, 10 Ponrl st., Boston,
Mass., Box C078. myd.enill2t
WANTED HELP MALE.
Advertisements ot Three Linos under this head
Inserted thrco times lor 23 cents.
ANTED-ONE OR TWO 0001) DRAFTS-
men on man work. Amur In person to
C. Lang, (IM V st. 11. w. Jol-3t
ANTKI1-A HHI.IAHLE COLORED MAN
ajMiook, nt 800 E st. 11. w. Jul-iit
WANTED-CATi'.ltl'.It TO TAKECHAROE
of dining-room anil kitchen In exchange
ofboanlfor two, bet. 1st and 10th of June;
rcreicnces required. Address 11. N., Crltli)
oflico. Answer linini-dlnti-ly. inv2li-.lt
WANTED 8ITUVTI0NS FEMALE-
Advertlneinunls nllhrrn Lines under thin head
Insnted Oil eo times for 2J ccinu.
"XrANTED-HY A YOUNCI "cOLOItiVl)
VV woinnn 11 situation of any kind; would
like to leave tho city. Apply at 11117 1 1th st.
n. w. my'JlKlt
"VITANTKD-HY A HESPECTAIII.E COL-
VV orccl woman, a phieu as llrst-elasscook
or eliamheimnlil. Inquire ut -138 Washington
St., rear .17(1. my27-3t
WANTED SITUATIONS MALE.
Advertisements ol 'lhteo Lines under this hcd
Intcrted threo times lor 15 cents.
WANTED-HY A YOUNO COLOUBDJLVN
with fair education, a situation of somo
kind; not afraid to work. Apply nt 82()(!tli
st. n.'w. te!-3t
JTE-MISCELL ANEOU S
, AdvcrtlaciiitntiiofTiiiee Lines uuJer this head
Inserted tbreo limes fur 22 cents.
"PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT CERTAIN
J. Cholera euro may not euro all diseases
under tho sun nt 25 cents. It docs euro diar
WANTED-CAT--A WHITE TOM KITTEN;
no objection to black tall or spot. Bring
to 020 ran agut Square. S 1 my30-!It
WANTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT DR. TAY
lor, 03.1 F street, near Tenth, makes
beautiful sets ot ortlllclnl tooth tor $5; guar
anteed to give full satisfaction: extracting
with gae, chloroform or local nuesthotics, 50
centes without, 2G cents; Ailing ntverylotv
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Advei tlsemcnta ot Threy Lines under this head
InFcrttil.tlircn limes for 2.1 cents.
I" 7011 HUNT-FURNISHED, A FINE HAY
. window brick house (completely fur.), 10
rooms nnd bath; convenient to Departments;
lent $1)0 per month. Orcen & Bryant, 51 1 nth
st. n. w. iny30 3t
OH HENT-rUHNISIIED-THE HAND-
somo nionertv cor. ltlth nnd N sts. 11. w..
11)01. Tho Iiunituro Is new nud the house lately
pnrenjl throughout. For further Information
nnd peimisslon to sco tho property npply to O.
C. Oriili, r.()3 7th fit. II. w. my28-'.!w
FORJLJ-CELL ANEO US;
Advertisements of Threp Linos under tlilshcvl
inecilcainreounim ior-i cents.
70H SALE OR EXCIIANOE-A 10 ACRE
fmm. 7 miles from Washington, hi Vlr
nliilii. Address or Innttlro of Ceil. 1)1(1 1 1 tli st.
11. w. jol-3t
TO PREVENT CHOLERA. HY STOPPINO
Its lli-st stage, which Is dlnrrhoea. Certain
I liokrn Cure docs It. Try It. See ndvi-rtlso
jnent. . Jii!t
17 OR SALE-SNUO LITTLE FARM OF 50
acres In Loiiiloun County, Vn.; now dwel
ling nnd outbuildings; young orchard of apples,
peaches, pears, etc; only $1,800; terms c.isy,
TYLER & HUTHEltroltl),
in)30 0t 122(1 V st. 11. w.
T70R SALE-DRU0 STORE IN 0001) LOC'A
X1 tlon; good eliauco for young, man; small
cash payment; bnlimcu on easy payments.
Addics II. C. T. Ilrun, City Postoftlce.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-ON THE MORNINO OF THE 27tii
Inst., n golil-mounteil sea bean with lodgo
emblems. The Under will bo liberally rewarded
by leaving tho bamo at 20M K st. 11. w.
LOST-A BRACELET; OPEN LOOP, TWIST
ed gold wire; vnlucd as a gift. Tlio Under
will bo lewnrdcd byretuinlug to -123 I st. 11.
w whcio tho miito can bo seen. my25-3t
(-i( REWARD-LOST, SATURDAY, KITH'
.plU Inst., on Pn. nvo., near 21th st., lady's
hutitlng-eiiso gold watch and chain, with
medal, on whli h Is engraved owner's name.
Aboiorewnrd for tlielr lettirn to 32!) 0 st. n.w.
YltdfosALS FOR C.ENEItAi. SUPPLIES
J. FOR THE DIbTItlCT OF COLUMBIA.
Office of tub Enoinekii Commisionbh,
Wasiiimiton, 1). C. Mny 27, 1885.
Hy illrectlon of tho Hoard of Commissioners,
STiiIcd pioposnls will bo received nt this olllco
until 12 o'clock in., on MONDAY, JUNE 15,
1885, for furnishing tho vailous branches of
tho District government with general supplies,
comprising btatlonery, lllnnk Forms and Print
ing, School Books, Furniture, llnrdwaro, Tin
ware, and Street Lamps, Plumbers' Material,
(Jroccries, Boots and Shoos, Drugs, fllass,
Pnlnts and Varnishes, Lumber, Forugo, Meats,
Castings, Fuel. Dry Ooods, Cement nnd Elmo,
Constiuctlon Material and Telephone Supplies.
lllnnk forms nnd proposals, together with all
Intorinntlon, ciin bo obtained upon application
thcieforat lloom 17, Columbia lliilldlng, ly
st. 11, w. . . .
Tho right is reserved to reject any or all bids
or parts of bids.
' 0. J. LYDECKER.
Major of Engineers U. S, A.,
m20-10t Eng'r Commissioner I). C.
PROPOSALS FOlt STATIONERY.
Wamuno-ion, D, 0 Mny 12, 18S5.
Scitkil pioposals wlllbo received at this Do
Pint incut until 12 o'clock in. on Wednesday,
Jiuiu 21, 1SS5, for furullilng btatlonery tol
lhouse of First and Second Class Poitoluces
for one year from July 1, 1885,
lllnnk foims of proposals showing tho Items
nnd estimated quantities lcqulred, together
with circular relating thereto, wll bo tur
nlshcd on application to this Department,
Proposal should bo udihcssetl to tho Urst
Assistant Postmasler-Oeneral, and Indorsed
"Proposals for btatlonery." , , ,
Thu Postinnster-dcnernl leservo tho right
to reject any or nil bids. WMiPmvt
And TOOTH 0R0WN8 for roots and brolton or
badly decayed teeth.
GENERAL DENTISTRY lu all Its branchef.
C. L.ANDERSON, 0. 0. S.,
QUI THIRTEENTH BT., COB. F ST.
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
Dooley'fj Rialto Fountain,
3d St. and Pa. Ave. S. E.
BEST SODA WATBR IN THE CITY.
A I.IIAUOII'.S Urn nit Oiiru-Hiiu..
HcryLvcnlng. Saturday Mat 1100.
Ailniiss.on . , ...,,2."ets.
Lnto Lincoln Hull, tithnml D sts, n. w.
MONDAY, JUNE 1,
(I'rntld Complimentary Benefit to
MANAOEH I). HERZOO,
Hy our host citizens,
THE UNION feQUAHE COMPANY
nnd 11 host of Volunteers,
Seats now on snln.
Ty.Mi: MUSEUM. l'a. ave., near 11 th st.
AN EXTHAORDINAitV NOVEL SHOW,
The (Ireot Mnxlenii
1)0(1 MONKEY AND PONY ClllCIH,
Aim 1 ongress ui nueer
T 11 A I N i: I) A N IM A I. S ,
Commencing Monday. June,
Evciy Afternoon nnd Night,
Liluented Ponies, Tilck Dogs, Talking Don
keys. Cmnlu Mules, l.nuglilug (lo.its, Ptrfoi-.n
Ing Monkeys, and hostsof (Juecr Trained Quad
lliiicds. Its liko tho world never witnessed.
ADMISSION TO ALL ONLY to CBVTH.
J- SIMMER 0R1)EN.
OltAND 0PENIN0 MONDAY, JUNE 1.
The talented artlts,
FHANK JONES nnd ALICE MONTAUl L',
III tholr great dramn, entitled
THE BLACK HAND,
Supported by a star company. A lh-llllaiit
olio. 18 Ladles In a Melange of Senatlon.
Matlnces-jTuesdnv, Thursday -and Saturday.
Prices 10, 21) nml ;10 cents.
Auai:ii:n paiitv and stiiaw
Under tho nusnlcts of tho Ladles' Aid Vssoel.i
tlon of the National Iloincopollilo Ilospltnl,
wlllhoglven In tho Orovo adjoining tlio resl
ilenco of Mis. Ueneinl Blrncy, In Ll: DROIT
PARK, on TUESDAY, Juno 2, commencing nt
-1 o'clock p. in. Every nrrniigemout has been
perfctted for tin cnjoyablo occasion, Including
Liiwn Tennis, Croquet. Mlilo nml Dnuoliig.
Tho7tli nnd Utli st, ems convoy passengers to
wllliin a slioitdlstnncuof tlio Drove, ilmls
slon to tho grounds 11) ets. - lnyill) 3t ,
FIIEK UUNUKItX AND DAN 012
Without Musicians or Musical KnowIoJgo,
uii cuu uiivu w uu isuruuasu uuo oi
PROFESSOR M. OALLY'8
Sco them, hear them and get music lists at
O.L. WILDfc BBO.'S,
700 Seventh st. n. w.
iyi,- -,- S.VSAS.S - s.skV A.tVWVNsi
TO MARSHALL HALL
WEDNESDAY EVENINO, JUNE 3, 18S5. k
Steamer W. w. Corcoran leaves 7th st. wharf Jl
aiu:;ioaiiiiicturiisat ii:;io ociock promptly.
Tiekcts, for salo by members, 50o. el-3t
VTT. VEItNONI MT. VEBNONJ
BTEAMER W. W. CORCORAN ,&Mg9t "
Leaves Seventh-street wlmrf dully, except bnn
day, for Mt. Vernon nt 10 o'clock u. m.; retnmlcg,
icucSieo Wuhlngton nbout 3.30 p, in.
L, L. BI.AKK, Cnptubi.
BUHINEHSEDUOATION tor young nml nib!
dlo aged men nud women. Spring and
summer sessions of tho Sponoorlan Btisinosa
College, cornor Ninth nud D sts. n, w. lUpld
writing, bookkeeping, rapid calculations, Eug.
HeblaDguage, etenogiaphy, typo-wrltlng, otc,
tboioughly taugbt. Tuition: Year from dato r
ot entrance, day or night, f5l); thrso monttis,
day, $20; night, $14: ono month, day, $7;
night, $5. Rapid writing only 12 lessons 53.
Call or sond for circulars.
nENRY o. SPENDER, Principal.
SARA A. SPESOEK.Vlco-l'rlnclpal.
rpiIE HOWE BUSINESS SCHOOL, 517 BEV
X. octn street n. w., short, condensed course
In practical bookkeoptng, rapid penmanship -nud
English branches at moderate rates ot
tuition. Morning, afternoon and night ses
sions. Olvll-Sorvlce preparation a specialty. ' .
Shorthand, Elocution and Mathomatlcs by a
np30-tt .1. H. DRYANT, Principal.
TsJORWOOD INSTITUTE, 1212 AND 1211
X 1-lthst., near l'lih-Bt. Circle. Soloot Doard)
Ing School for young ladle?, Session '8V60
opens Septombor 30, 1SS5, Early application
neceieary, as numbor ot boarders will bo
FOR SALE AND RENT.
"IDEAL i:STATi: inllKTlN
THOS. K. WAOOAMAN. 017 T street.
(Changes rxiule Wednesdays and Haturdavs.)
TIIHBE-STOIIY BRIOK AND
UOUSKM l'OH SALE.
1112 Virmont nvo n w, mod lm, 13 rs $ 10,000
7j-j (I i,i ii w, rood Im, is rs.... ls.ooo
B1511lh st u w.modliu 10 rs 11,500
811 1) st, b h, mod Im, 17 rs 12517
Vie Kill it n w, mod Imps, U rs 12 0U0
7111 till st n w, mod Imp, 17 rs 11,'JSI
721 Sth st n w, mod Imps, 17 rs 11.783
72.1tthst nw, mod Imps, 17 rs 11,283
1M.I lcth et n w. nioa Im, 10 rs li.ico
U17 II Bt ii w, mod liniw. 10 rs mto
TWOBTOHY BRICK AND l'BAME H0U8E8
-ICC 108 Utli sts w. mod Imps, b h,0 rs tJOCO .
615 11th st s c.I'h. 8 rs 2.C0O
1-211 Pa nvo s o, f h, mod Im&ra 2,600
on ltt ( t s w, s rs, and ;i hr.iwps la rear, f h.... -2..VXI
SI2nnd3IIMstRw. f h,4rs I.COO
141-1 1 1 A st s e. b li. 0 rs each 1,W0
1011 & Carolina nvo so, f h.Bis 1,1(0
7(8 i:tli st s e, 1 li, I is l.OCi)
lo.s 1st ttso, l'h.mod Imps, Irs l.lAl
MS und 410 oth st s w, 3 rs, 1 li, each 1,000
UNIMPHOVED PHOPEBTY' FOB BALK.
T st, bit :.1d and 2Uh fits sea
Tsi. bet 1Mb nnd lcth n w 60a
II st, bet -1( and Ctli ets s i 10c
IMal bitlHiid K n w wa
-2Gth st. bet Kami I, n w Sua
Mnts nve, bet V mil N Cap sts n w SCO
It st. bit 1Mb mid lOih sis inv.. Sea
'21 st, between Laud II sin n w SOo
N Cniillnl st, bet K and L bio n w SOo '
K st bct'2Glh nnd 27th sts n u- 40e
HOUSES FOB UKNT.
1312 Vt ave n w, U rs, mod Imps, fur fM 00
l-ui E Cap Mil e, mod Im, tur, 17 rs 130 in
1421 U sin w. mod lm, Itir, 11 rs loo to
114 M sl s e, 8 rs i0 no
411. 12th st u w, in if ft.', 1(1
-115 oil bt n w, 10 rs fll 00
201 A st s e, 10 rs w 00
:mi vm bt n w, u to :ii oo
ltioij sin w. ii rs - no
018 N Cap st n w, ll rs '20 00
blOBKS AND Ol'l'IOKS. ,
801 r.th ft n w, store f 11 oo
wosittstu w, 'tore 7 00
in I.uriVH n w,-2 parlor unices MOO
408 La nvH n w, bum-nivnt nlllcei .'io oo
4i.8 La avo n w; 3d floor, 4 rs 30 i
C31 Kbtiiw,'2dllror 2S oo
(118 V st n w, r 3 -20 00
(iunlon Building n w, rs id and 13., is ci
(iiinton Building n w. r 2.1 13 Oil
4i En ave n w, 1st floor, - rs 12 0)
In snms to eult ht 6 per cent.
'1 lie above Is only a small portion ol property
on uiy bookB. For full list call at olllco for bulle
tlnalKKnpd nu 1 t anil lMli.
Can no tiouzht
cheaper lit tho Paint
11. Mr.lllll. dealer In
Building SupplIeB, Nos. 008, Old, tll'2 and 111) U
ttrrU.thieii doers westiftliu Patent Olllce, tin
incdlutely nOJelnliiK National Jtlllen' Armory,
then at nny other establishment In tho city. It
yeu wish to buy even tho omulleBt qua-ituy ol
while Imil, oils, viirulsb colors, dry or In oil. etu ,
send )cur ndUii-Bb una postal curd nndapilute.1
nrkC'llnt oioery iirllele sold fu this department
will bo tent to you by reiuru mall, reaching rou
In it lew hums' llmo lis- letter-carrier. This prise
1161 glvis tlio nice nl half-pint, pint, quart, half
callou, gallon, and llvecallons of each kind ol
oil, turpentine, dryer, varnish nnd other liquids
Bold bj uieaturr; also, price per quarter-nouud,
lialf.iound, pound, five, ten, twenty.llyo and
110 1 ouuds ol epeb article rold by welghtl also, lint
and prices of miscellaneous articles. Tlio prices
aro irtded iireoidlnn.lu the quantity boiwbi.
Large biiTem get ery lowest prices; small buy
ers fay it BllBiilly higher rate. My prices are
nxnl. All buyers buying the sarao nuantltypsy
tbniiime price. The inexperienced buyer gets
the Mime pi Ice as the oldest painter If he buys the
AfeerUe"niiSiiliig my price-list send your orders
by imttengtr. 1. ltphono or by iiiEll.ana they will
be tilled promptly aiidlha bill, ns per prlco-llst,
collet ml en delivery, Ooods delivered to all
The other depart ments of my hudneas have
sre w n to salltilacinry pronortluus 1 now kivo my
spillid RtleHlniilo the Paint Dcpnrtuient, and
exinct, by having a full supply or lirst class
coeds, ti'lllig them allow pires and making
prompt deliveries, to Bccuro a liberal share ot
the lubllo patronage. .,.,
jamkh ii, iuaiuiu
Dealer In Building Huppllrs,
UPS 10. U 12 undOI4 (i stre
Dealer In Wall Papers, Window Shades, Plpturt
framed, rtctnres, etc,
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