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THE EVENING CIUTJC, WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, APBIL 25, 1885.
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THE EVENING ORITIO.
Published Dally Unisys KinplMl
The Eveulng Orltlo FuMIslilng Company,
Oil NINTH STREET N0B.THWB9T,
Washington, D,0.
Mill nicNTfl
, junom: corv & Mth
Stall sobicrlrllo InvMlftblr ,n Advance.
evknino chitio 1-onumiKa company,
' uni.yrAetlKe tntiopn In lt'iMntrieenl-
Saturday, April 25, 188S.
AtntiscmoiilN Till Kvcnlutr.
AltisiiRh'a Grand Opera 1ioum-"LWiU o
lomtoi, '
1'ord's -Jllln.
Union's Uuieiim. "Tlio Danltei."
Dime Museum. "Motile Crljto,"
Theatto Comliue. Variety.
"THE WA8IHN0TON CIIITIC."
The proprietors of this pspcr, After 1111
Eontly considering tho nilvlsnblllty of
changing Its liamo and nnJor what tltlo
to rcchrlstcn it, arrived at n conclusion this
morning.
During tho past ten days or a fortnigh't
ccvcral hundreds of now names Uavo beon
supgcatctl many of thorn excellent and ap
propriate ami n candid Judgment has
been passed tipon tho merits of each. In
tho meantime numerous protests bavo come
to hand, earnestly, and, In sorno cases, oven
pathetically, protesting ngalusi maklnj
any chango at all.
Tho coromlttco to whom tho subjoct was
referred aroalioof tho latter opinion, anl
having pattcntlv Investigated tho iinostton
iu nil lta phases, report unanimously to tho
effect that tho old namo bo rotalncd.
Tola report wo havo adopted, with only
a slight modification, and tho paper will,
therefore, enter upon its now era under tho
tltlo of The Washington Cmnc.
To tho many friends who hnvo oxhibitol
such kindly Interest in tho matter, wo ex
tend out gratoful acknowledgements, and
trnatthnt nonowlll bo disappolntoi with
cur decision. Abundant assurances aro al
ready at band that tho citizens of Washing
ton aro taking a substantial lntorcst In tho
Aituro prosperity of The Cjutic, and that
to long as wo continuo to inako It moro and
raoro worthy of tholr confidence and sup
Tort, tbey will bo cntiroly satisfiod with
the cognomen it has borno so long.
Ooiisnl Mnrgnn'H ncmocrncy.
According to tho role recently announcol
by Bonntor Hawloy, to crttlclso an Adminis
tration la to detract from tho splendor of
tho greatest Government tho sun over shono
upon. By tho samo rule, therefore, ti
pralso any part of tho Administration of an
opposite party not only makes ono a patriot,
but renders him a proselyta to the party in
power. At least this Is tho law of measure
ment which Republicans applied to Jamos
1I. Morgan, tho now Consul-General to
Melbourne
Mr. Morgan, it appears, wroto a pamph
let in Mexico, in which ho praised Mr.
Blaine's foreign policy, in ordor to qulot
tho commercial rolations between Atoxic
and this country, which ho thought hal
been disturbed by tho nomination of Mr.
Blalno. Bccauso ho Interfered at tho proper
tlmo to demonstrate- his loyalty to tho Gov
ernment of tho United States whatever it
might bo tho Republican party immedi
ately solzed on tho Idea that ho was per
force a Republican.
V7o fear that tho era of fratornal fooling
will bo older than it is whon Republican
"ieadera c:mo to admit that ono may ho a
latrlotandyot bo a Democrat. More tlmo
and somo trepanning aro still necessary to
legale that equilibrium of patriotism which
characterized this country thirty years ago,
True, tho war Democrat and tho Mug
wump aro w4th us in powerful numbori,
hut their skill and Judgment must b)
strained to tho utmost to convlnco tho Re
publican parly that all thoso "rebels" who
who wcro not killed during tho war, havo
cither had their political dlsabtlttios ro
moved, or clso aro bocing corn and sowing
wheat.
Too SdicU or it Good Tiling.
There Is ono oQlcor of tbo Government
who has already attracted popular atten
tion by reason of his evident falthfulnoss
to duty, his unfailing court03y and his
strong convictions. That ofllccr la Josoph
S. Miller, Commissioner of Internal Revo
line. Ho Is not a mugwump. Ho Is not a
sniveller. Ho seems to havo a chlldllko
faith in tho sublimity of his action when
ever ho "tarns a rascal out," and It Is ovl
dent that ho proposes to purgo tho rovenue
Ecrvlco of its barnacles and Its dQVmslvo
partisanship, If it takes tho last barb on tho
wiro fenco of civil scrvlco reform.
Ever sinco Mr. Miller's Induction Into
oltlco ho has attempted tbo herculean por
formauco of kcoping open honso, open ofllco
and frco communication for everybody who
had tho slightest business with tho Com
missioner. Approacbabla at all tlmos and,
under all clrcnmstanccs, ho has addel
thereto the hospitality of tbo Virginia gon
tleman, and shown conclusively that ho
lias adopted President Cleveland's maxim,
"A public ottlco la a public trust."
But Commissioner Miller Is sick to-day.
Even his powerful constitution could not
wholly withstand tho onslaught of tho
aillcc-scchcrs, and ho has become tho tempo
rary victim of his own good nature Mr.
Miller's many friends aro sincerely doslrous
of his speedy rccovory.
All (inlet nt Uititleroril.
Kill's rebellion docs not appoar to be
prospering at a paco commensurate with its
notoriety. Truo, tlicto was a massacro at
l'ort Pitt, and everybody oxpected tho
blow to bo followed up by a massacro of tho
ganlson atBattlerord. But public oxpocta
tlon was wrong. The Indians niado many
threatening demonstrations at IHUleford,
but they waited until tho Canadian troops
appeared and then decamped without cere
mony. If tho Kansas theory bo true, that
"the on); good ludian Is a dead Indian,"
tho troops should havo followod tbo half
breeds into tho wilderness and brought
about somo reparation for tho tnancro at
Tort ntt.
Tho art of civilized warfaro which
means a harvest of dead mon In tho open
Held by grapo and canlstor soenu en
tirely foreign to tho Indian naturo, Tbo
noble red man massacres, and inasmuch as
lils wrongs aro decmod personal, ho wreaks
summary vengeanco after his own indi
vidual fashion. It Is this fact which makes
lis wars Irritating.
But Canada, appears to bo thoroughly
Moused, to tho situation, and two or throo
powerful blows at Kiel will now stamp out
tho rebellion and restoro peaco to tho set
tlers. In tho meantime, It might not bo a
bad idea for tho Canadian statesmen to
work out an Indian policy that will do
Justice to tho Indian aud r$ ouro psrnuuont
pcaeo.
a - .
The colored mugwumps of Biltlmoro aro
mugwumps no longer. Recognizing tho
great and solemn fact that a Doniocratla
Administration Is In power, thoy reach at
onco the practical conclusion that It Is to
the best Interests of tho colored raco loom
braeo tho Democratic cause to securo full
rights of citizenship. Thoro is n lovcl
hcadtdncss in this proceeding which wo
commend to tho prayerful consideration of
their white brethren of tho samo Independ
ent persuasion.
Captain Dawson of tho Charleston
Xan anil Courier assumes all tho responsibil
ity of having recommended tho appoint
ment of Colonol Morgan as Consul-Goncral
to Melbourne. Ho asked tho appoint
ment as a personal favor, but would not
havo dono so had ho not known Mr. Mor
gan's personal and political record to bouu-
aeiallawe. ,
'Neveii was tho Intorcst in Southorn
development so great as it is now," says tho
r,lchontl Ftat4. It is stated on good au
thority that thcro is not a Southern Stato
in which considerable Northern capital has
cot been Invested alnco tho tth of March,
and tho "rebels" aro "yelling" for more.
A Connecticut oystermau Is putting up
a thousand selected bivalves on a direct order
from Queen Victoria. Considering tho nu
merous black eyes which Mr. Gladstouo
has been getting of lato, tho brdcr is prob
ably basod upon a groat publlo necessity.
It Is now believed that tho Admiralty
oQlco was blown up by tho explosion of
Tenuyson's poem. Wo hopo this Is not
"too latol too latol"
PEOPLE IN OEHERAL.
Tho widowed Lady Amptblll has boen ap
pointed Lady-ln-Waiting to Quoon Victoria In
succession to Lady Abercromby, who recently
resigned. Tbo post Is worm 500 a roar, and
tbo duty consist! ot elx weeks' nttsnlanco at
court In each year.
amoral Goorgo 1). McOlolIan will deliver tbo
Decoration Say addross at tbo Antietim Na
tional Cemetery. It will bo bis urst visit to
tboplaco sloco tbo battle. While In Hagers
town General McOlellan will bo tbo guest ot
Colonel n, Kyd Douglas, who was onBtonowall
Jackton's staff.
A lotquet was given at Providence, It, I.,
last evening to tbo Hon. Isaac Dell, tbo now
Minister to tho Netherlands.
A eliterct tbo famous naval offlcer, Oliver
n.ivrrr, Is living In Amcf, Iowa, at tho rare
ill are ot 112 Tears.
llorrcsoalatlToDthelbort DarlrsJalo lias an
nounced tbat bo will not bo a candidate tor
tho Democratic nomination tor Oovernor ot
Mississippi. E.t-Qovornor J. u. stone is
strongly indorsed tor tbo nomination,
Tbo remains ot I'rostdcnt Oarflold at Lako
View Cemetery, Cleroland, aro otlll Kept un
der military guard. ,
Governor Hill ot Now Yorfc was In consult!
tlon with Mr. Tllden at Oreystone yeoterday.
Minister Gladstone has a brotber Tttomaa
wbo Is over 00 years ot ago and a Tory.
Faul II. Hayne, tbo Southern poot, Is elx toot
tall and GS years old.
Ex-Congressman Townebond ot Ohio thinks
tbat Judge 1'orakei will bo tho Ilepubllcan
nominee for Govornor ot Ohio and that Qov
ernorlloadly will probably run against him
on tbo Semoeratto ticket.
Representative Randall remained quietly at
bis Philadelphia hotel yesterday and declined
to receive visitors.
General V. S, Hancock was In Tblladolphla
jesterday on private business.
Tbo Wasblngton correspondent ot tho J'Ml
cdtlpiia Tumi Is ''quite euro tbat Mr, Hen
dricks would at any tlmo exchange bis pres
ent position for a seat in Congress or the Gov
ernorship ot a Stato, tor to n man ot his Intel
lect and lOTOot power a moro honorary odco
Is no moro than a meal ot sugar pTums to a
hungry laborer."
AMUSEMENTS.
Albavoh'b urusn OrtnA-UousE. In "riio
Wblto blsve," which la to bo presented at
Albaugb's Grand Opora-Iiouso next week, a
contemporary says tbat Mr. Campbell has pro
duced a spectacular melo-drama doollog with
a purely American- topic, tbat ot Southorn
slavery, and If tbo work bo not monumental,
the treatment ot Its subject Is nevertheless
masterly and clever, and calculate'! to win for
Its autbor a moro substantial reward man
tbat ot moro renown as a playwright.
Opinions may differ as to tbo artistic excel
lence ot tho play; its originality may be
questioned; It may bo clalmod tbat Us situa
tions aro conventional i tbat Its tableaux aro
but reproductions ot others gone before; oven
Framing nil ineee, ucannoi do gainsaiaioat
"Tho White Slave" appeals unerringly to tbo
popular tasto, and tbat it will tboretor tako
its place among tho standard succosses ot tbo
uay.
1'onD's Orcn nocsE. Negro mtnstrolsy la
always a popular form of amusement, and
when dono by a company such as will be
hero next week, It cannot fall to draw
rrovfdeil bouses. Thatcher, l'rlmroso and
West, wbo open an engagement on Monday
evening, have boon before tho public for
years, and their company has tbo reputation
of being tho best ot its kind beforo the pub
lic. Bpeclal attention Is directed to tbe en
gagement ot Mr. William Muldoon In bts wou
dorlul representations ot ancient and modern
etatuary. Thcro will bo but tour perfor
mances on the Urst three nights ot the week,
with a mntlnco on Wednesday afternoon.
Box sheet Is now open.
Hmzocs museum. Mlts Jennie Oilef, tbo
beautllul llttlo soubrotte and elan comedy
star, will appear In the powerful and well
conetructed'drama entitled "Little llaretoot,"
supported by a strong and well-balanced com
pany or dramatic artists. Miss Jounlo Calot
Is a charming, bright, vivacious llttlo Jewel
ot an actress. In "Llttlo Ilarotoot" sho shows
Intelligence, Btudy and a good command over
both volco and goBturo. Added to this eho has
been subjected to a thorough and careful
training. Tbepleco will bo produced In ox
cellent stylet tbo mechanical offecta and
scenery aro ot tbo beet.
Tnr A3UZ0S1. The newly organized East
Wuthlngtou military company ot young ladles
known as tho "Amazonian Manipulators" has
elected tbo following ofUcorsi captain. Miss
Holla Jarooe, re-elected; Urst lieutenant, Miss
Annie Cross; second lieutenant. Miss Urumi
Lone; fltst sergeant, Miss Clarnrrlee; aocond
serceant, Mies J. Ilelnllnei corporals, Misses
Lizzie Hughes, Hello Uelnilne, Katie Orlnan,
and ltacbcl Crawford, Tbe company now
numbers seventeen, wltb seven applications
for admission awaiting action.
TjiEvrnL CoMiQVE.-Tbe season ot light
opera nt the comlquo opens on Monday even
ing. Oflaugeof oporawlll bo made nightly.
Last evening's Kxtnj Kctrunrj ot Wilmington
enya or tho company that It appeared Iu
"lntln!tza"boforun largo and enthusiastic
audience, presenting tho dollgbtrul work ex
cellently well. Mies Gordou, m tho title role,
sang her music admirably, and artistically
Interpreted her role, sua was well supported
by Messrs. Morgan and Drown and Miss Web
ster, and tbe performance was uniformly good
and enjoyable throughout. This evening
"lilroile-01rt;Ua" will bo repoated ot tho re.
quest of a number ot opera patrons. It was
given on Wedoorday evening by tuecompany,
and ibo eprlgbtllness ot the work and tbe ex
cellence of tbe presentation croated n desire
for its repetition, to whlcu tbe management
otllglrgly assented,
Tim Mou and the. Hear.
A parly of sailors and marines tromtbo Eog.
Ilsh man-oi-war now at tho narul anohorago
were In tbe cliy yesterday afternoon, says tho
l'crtimovth, Va Tuna, ot April 21. The red
coats of tbe marines attracted considerable
attention. We Interviewed some ot tbo party
and wore told that the BDgliah ship andtae
Russian corvette, now alto here, werola the
port ot Havana together recently, and that
when tho Russian left the Englishman, fol
lowed berywbicU accounts ror tholr being here
together, and conllrms the belief that tbe
English lion Is watching tbe Russian bear on
this eldopl tho Atlantic.
DonT rub yourself wltb turpentine, but
use salvation Oil for your rheumatism. Mco
2S cents.
3w
MalVL
TEE MISFIT STORE,
Oor. Tenth and P Sts.,
OFFERS FOR MEN.
100 Spring Overcoats from $0 up.
Good business Suits tor , worth 10.
Splendid lluelncss Bulls for $7.50, worth U'-i.
All-wool Chovlot Bults at $0.50, worth S15.
English Plaid Suits at $13.00, wortb $18.
All worsted Suits, black and colors, f 10.50,
worth 10.
All-wool Corkscrew rrlnco Albert Sdlts, $15,
worth 1 20.
Illuo nanncl Suits, Indigo dye, )7.50j sold
nowbero under ?12.
Middlesex Flannel Suite, O, A. R. style, ox.tra
ectot buttons, $10.00.
Black Broadcloth Suits at 320. wortb $33,
OR BOYS 13 TO 18 YEA S.
A line ot suits completo In overy particular
from J 1 to $10.
FOR BOYS 4 TO :i YEARS.
A magnificent lino of Pants and Jackets, all
tbo latest styles, such as Norfolk Jacket?,
plaited, etc., etc., from 2 up.
Odd Fanls, Immense variety, at $1,25 and up
ward at
THE MISFIT STORE,
Cor. 10th and F Sts.,
tsrnz sunn and come to tub couxteb
Cfcia-f arc and Housefurnislilng Goods,
AT LOW TRICES.
H. HOLLANDER, Agent
408 BEVENTH ST, NORTHWEST.
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Dry Goods Department,
416 Seventh St. Northwest.
Wo bnvo Just oponed a lino of SUM
MER SILSi, from SOc. up, at
BAUM'S.
Also, an extra quality 21-Inch Black
l'roiau bUHAU SILK, regular $1 goods,
at 70c. a yard, at
BAUM'S.
A full linn Black and GMored GR03
grain SILK ot the most reliable makes
from 76c. up, at
BAUM'S.
A Ono line ot colored all silk RHA
DAMES, lu desirable ehades, at 05c. u
yard, at
BAUM'S.
72-Inch all silk SURAns, In plain and
checks, at 00c. a yard, at
BAUM'S.
BLACK GRENADINE VELVETB, at
$2.00 per yard, at
BAUM'S.
10 pieces colored silk BROCADE
VELVETS, sultablo for dresses and
light wraps, at $2.00 per yard, at
BAUM'S.
ri pieces black silk BROCADE VEL
VETS, In small figures, sultablo tor
wraps, at $2.00 a yard, at .
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4IG Seventh Street Northwest.
MTJEACTURIIG- CO.
437 Seventh Street. N. W.,
HEADQUARTERS TOR
Shirts and Men's Furnishing
Goods.
Keep'sO aiihlit),Gfor$l.BO; each 70;.
Keep's K Shirts, 0 for $0.00; each $1.00.
Keep's K K Shirts, G for $7.80; each 1.2S.
All fully reinforced, Uncst workmanship,
perfect lilting,
KEEP'S NEOKWEUl,
Beautiful Satin Scarfs U5c, 00;., 75c. and
$1,00,
KEEP'S UNDERWEAR.
1'ullllnesot Medium Weights; also Gauze,
Hummer Merino, Balbrlggan, Lisle Thread,
Naincook, etc., etc.
BEST 00 AND 700. JEIN DRAWER3
In tho world.
KEEP'S COLLARS AND OUITH.
Collars, latest elylcs, bost 4-ply, 0 for OOJ.
Cuffj, ase.porpalr.
FANCY HALF HOSE,
Bpeclal Bargains at 2Sc 30;,, 40;, and GO;.
Also new lines ot nandkcrcblots. Suspend
ers, Kid aloves, Bcarf Pins, Uurr Buttons, otc,
etc,
SPECIAL BALE or TRAVELING BAGS
at 25 por cent, below market prlcos,
N10IIJ BI1IRTS
In Plain and Fancy Trimmed atOOo., $1, $1.23
and $1.00, Splendid bargains.
Buy Keen's Goods and eavo 20 per cent, on
your purchases.
OLIVER P. BURDETTE,
437 Seventh Street, N. W
solo Agent ror Hie District ot Columbia,
SON ITOELLAS AND PARASOLS,
Full Stock ot Hnn Umbrollas and Parasols.
WILLIAM R. RILEY,
HI ley Building, Cor, Of k UI P , U, tf,
AUCTION SALES.
1UNCANbon linos)..
VWWA
J Auctioneers,
CONTINUATION SALE Of Ef.EOANT BAR
riXl UIIEH, OIASiWAIlE, I.MKIB UEFI1IG
EltATOD, IXArFOllM HUALE, OAUUErl
BUIMJINQU, AWN1MIS, HOUSEHOLD l'Olt
N1TUHU, CARPETS, IUT0I1EM UTENSILS,
ETO , ATTHf! WELL-KNOWN RESTAUltAN t
or ono. w. driver. Pennsylvania
AVENUE, tiEAItrOl'MEENTH STREET.
On Monday morning, April 27, commencing
at 10 o'clock, wo will continue and close tbu
inlonttbaabovo restaurant ot tho entire tli
turcr, etc., contained therein, The entlro con
tints ot tho bar will be first offeie I ns an on
tlrstyilfnol sold In tbat nay It will Uo Im
mediately sold In detail. The salo presonts
on exeellont opportunity to engage In busi
ness. Salo peremptory. By order
nUMt (ILO. W. DniVEll.
T'HOMAS K. WAOOAMAN,
Real Citato Aucttoner.
VALUABLE UNIMPROVED P110PEIITV COR
NER OF CIXTEENTU AND H STREETS
NORTHWEST,
On TUESDAY, April 28, at 5 o'clock P tfftt
m.. I shall offer for sale. In Iront ot thoT-"
premises, lota 17 to 23 Inclusive, In equuru
101, Terras day ot sain.
THOMAS E, WAGO
np21-3t Aue , i
TAUNCANSON BROS , Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' BALE OT VAI.UADL1 .!
PKOVED REAL E9TATK, , UN l'Wu
STREET, UUTWEEN D AND E i. .U1
SOUTHEAST, f
Byvlrtuo ot aceruln deed of truf'ilov
March B, A. D. 1BS2, and duly root i .
liber -No. 1)07, folio 407, ot serf., ol
land records of tho District of Oolui).
and at tbo request ot tbo boldorot tho .'
secured thereunder, wo will sell nt pt
Hon, in front of tho promises, on Til
tho 30th day 01 APRIL, A. V. 1880i
o'clock p. m,, tbo following descri
estate, situate In tbo city ot Wat
District ot Columbia, to wit 1 All that
parcel ot land aud premises known
tlngulsbed as and being the cast elitp
feet two and one-halt ('im Inches In 1
tho width of lot numbered tblrtoei
square numbered sevon hundred an
four (701), together with lmprovoraei
Terms ot ealoi One-third (H,) cash
In threo (3) equal Installmeuts, pa
six, tnclvn and elgbteeu moutl
dato ot sale, for which tho pu , .
notes, secured by deed ot trust ou tho prop
erty sold, and bearing Interest at tho rate ot
six per cent, per annum, will bo takeu, nr
all ensb, at option of purchaser, A deposit ot
flCO required at tlmo of sale. All convey
ancing and recording at purchaser's coat.
if terms ot sale aro not complied wltb lu ton
days from dato ot sale, tho property may
be resold at tho risk and costot defaulting
purchaser, nttor nve days' advertisement,
BRAINARD U. WARNER,
JNO. JOY EDSON,
aplO-th.s.tu.td Trus'ees.
BUSINESS CHANCES
W anteF-sis colored' men 'to In'.
feet in a real-estate speculation that
will pay: only 3100 ench needed to start. Ad
dress M. II. Hunter, 401 1'a. ave. qpttS-ai
WANTED-I DESIRE TO BUY A PLACE IN
tho country 4 miles or less from too
city, Improved by bouse and st iblei stato par
ticulars and price. Oh Mi, Critic otllce.
op2C 3t
A LADY OCCUPYINO A URGE HOUSE,
profitably rented and woll turutsbod, de
sires to borrow SSUO or $.0O on mortcngo tor
a year. Address, with particulars, Mrs. Con
slantlne. Critic ofllco. ap'2 l-3t
J9R SALE Lots.
IOlTsALE-AriNB BUILDING LOT, 45X
: 03' feet, on 1) th st n, w bet. 11 and S;
good cbnnco for bulldors; prlcu low. Address
D, A,, Critic ofllco. No ngonts need apply.
aplO-lOt
1?0R SALE-BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN LOTS,
: 125x100 feet, fronting Bladonsburg Turn
Slke, In sight ot street-cars, $300; $100 cosh,
alance $0 per month. Neat G-rooni cottages
built at lowest contract rates; $ 100 cash, bal
ance In t years, or monthly payments It pre
ferred. THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
npO-tt 03 1 F Btreet, Rooms a and 0.
pHEAPEST LOTS IN THE CITY.
BEAUTIFUL BITES ON COLUMBIA HEIGHTS,
fronting on 13th stroet extended and on Hoi
mead road; being fashionable drlvo from
11th street to Soldiers' Homo Park;
BMALL CASH PAYMENTS;
long deferred payments tor balanco; small
rate of Interest; property rapidly Increasing
In value; streets nonly gradod, with gutters,
water and gas-lamps.
Lots sold for 6 per cent, ot purchaso money
In cash, and balance In monthly payments to
suit.
Street-cars run within ono squaro ot all
these lots.
A rare cbanco tor great bargains.
For full particulate, plat ot ground and
terms, apply to
nr.NRYD.OBEEN.or
JOHN E.BEALL,
mr31.tr 11 1 F st. n. w.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
-pjBAI. rSTATM IUJI.I.r.TIN
THOS. E. WAQGAMAN. 017 F street.
(Changes re ode Wednesdays and Satnrdavs.)
THMSB-STORY BRICK AND FIIAME
H0U8KU 10U BALK.
Dudillngton, B e, eatato ol Daniel Carroll-...! 100 rjoo
1X13 K st n w, mod 1m. 18 rooms.................. 41,000
171 I st n w. b h, mod lu, 17 re &u 000
SB I st n w, mod Im, 2 rooms 23.WJ
K st, bet nth and 15th n w, school building. Z5,ooo
ui'Jlst.hh, mod Im 18,079
80!) M st n w, mod Im, 1 J rs 17.800
1412 Vermont ave n w, mod Im, 13 rs 10,000
701) O st n w, mod Im. 15 rs 15 uoq
615 llth st n w. mod Im is rs 13AM
TWO-BTOnY BRICK AND 1CRAMK HOUSES
FOR HALE.
SO toSHMBtaw, bli,4 rs 1,000
02 to cs u st u e. r h, 4 rs, each 1)00
10 18th st a c, 4 rs. b h.... BOO
711 llth st n e, t h, 4 rs... ,.. 700
lath st. bet K and L sts a c, I h, 4 rs 700
11341)elavene,fh,4 rs coo
420 to 4 H 12th st n e, rii. 4 rs each 42.)
1842 N Car nve n b, f h, 3 ra.. 400
817, 6J9, 811 2d st a e. b b, 4 rs each 400
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR HALE.
Fer Foot.
K, bet N Capitol and 1st sts 40a
IS U nve una f, 2d st and Public UQuaru b e 40o
L at, bet MCnpItol and 1st n w 2So
llev,erd Unlvcrsltj Groanus H.w..... 230
Mount Pleasant n w 23o
0 st, bet 2d aud Jd sts a w... Via
a St. bet N J n enud till it a w... 24c
) st aud N Ynvo n w .. 2a
tJ and 111)1 sta a e M ,. 2.V3
1 st, bet 2tith and 27th its n w 200
llilh st.bet II nod O n e 20a
Uli st, bit 0 and 1 n e......... 203
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Fer Month,
1312 Vt avo n w, 13 rs, mod Imps, fur (2uo 00
cor It and Conn avo 11 w.mliii, IS rs lur. 125 00
nil 11 st u w, mod im, fur, 11 rs 100 00
1718 N st n w. mod lm, Id ra...... pu 00
VM 141I1 st n w, mod mis, u rs - 8J 8J
1JJ7 Corcoran st n w, fur, mod luiivio rs 75 00
U-9 M st 11 w, mod InjpH, 12 rs 05 00
101 2lit n w. mod Irons, lu is CO 00
1220 ltith tt n w, mod linpa, 10 rs no CO
415 High stnw, mod Imps, 18 rs....... 50 00
MOmic. iKuaMayl, mod Imps, 0 rs .UOl
823 llth st 11 w, m lui.fl n 80 00
401 o it n w, m lm. 7 rs...... sn 00
041 C s w, m lm, 8 rs 21 Ol
1137 12th stnw, mod Im, 6 rs 2000
428 1 st n w, mod Imps.Srs 2000
i2t)Uslsw, mod Imps, c rs... ......,., 21) no
20. to Myrlle st 11 e, mod lm, 0 rs 13 00
40 M stnw, mod lm, Srs 13 ou
21 Mans ave nw, 6 rs , 13 00
LOANS
Id sums to suit at fi per cent.
'The above Is only a small portion of property
on a;y books. For full Hit call at office for bulle
tins luaed on 1 st and 151 b.
eaacATOiHAL.
"DBBINEBS EDUCATION for Tnunir mid mid
J dlo aged meu and women. Spring und
summer sessions ot tbo Bponcerlau Business
College, corner Ninth and D sts. n.w. Rapid
writing, bookkeeping, rapid calculations, Eug
llsh language, stenography, type-writing, etc.,
tboiougbly lauRht. Tultloni Year from dato
otentiBnce, day or night, JBO; three months,
day, $20; night, $14i ono month, day, $7t
night, $5. Rapid writing only 12 lessons $3,
Call or tend for circulars.
...... . llENHY c. 8PEN0E11, rrlnclpal.
SARA A. SPENCER, Vice-Principal.
ORWOOD INSTITUTE, 1213 AND 1214
14th st., near lltli st. Circle. Select Board,
log fchool for young ladles, Session '83-'Htl
opens September 30, 1H85. Early application
neceisary, as number ot boarders will bo
limited.
rpHE HOWE BUBINESS bCHOOL, 517 BEV
X enth street n, w short, condensed course
In practical bookkeeping, rapid penmanship
and English blanches at moderuto rates ot
tuition. Morning, attcrnoon and night ses
sions, Clvll-Servlce preparation a specialty.
Shorthand, Elocution and Mathematics by a
special teacher.
J. II. BRYANT, Principal.
TSTABniNOTON BOnOOL OF FIIONOG
VV rappy and Type-Wrltlng, Kit street, ltef
ular evening sessions from September iy, Bend
address for circular to J, A, ivbllcomb, prlnel.
Pal. itc-l
SPECIAL irOTlDES.
VVWONDBnffUlVf splsnoicT llM
lWSr Hiectlulf, JIIVM WrUllt's Silt
Umbrellas as Ion ii1.5(), Pure Ltaeu Tojv
els, $1 doi! 1 Hip Gore C rsuts, '2os 1 Ltnou
Laivns, 15c; Rnynl Casbmeres, all culors,
330.1 Neck llnnilng, 5c. up, at Brolhoal k
Co.'e, 1107 F st. n. w. lt
rtj-scoNani:GATioNAL ciiuboh-tiie
Hvo pastor will occupy tho pulpll nt 11
a in. and 7 JIJ p, m. Tun rnuslJ will bo In
chorgoof Dr. Blrchoff. Sabbatn-scboot nnl
Bible class at li-son, m, Strangers' clissnt
10 a. m. In east potior. All arn welcome. It
VVCSmURrjH OF "OUR FATHER" (UNI-
vcisallsl), Thliteenth and L street!,
Rev, Ale. Kent, pastor. Services t)-nnrro
nt 11 a. ra. and7i30 p. m.i Sunday-school nt
0 l,- a. m. It
YfjgjJi.BUN AND RAIN
SILK UMBRELL1S,
For Ladles and Gentlemen.
B. H. BTINK11ETZ& SON,
1237 l'ennn. ave.
BUOICBEER- ."
- CSlr-r1 '-'err k 'ftjyi F. "' haiV.
I ' Mi tp f .-. 'rt. AM
i
CO-OPERATIVE BUILU1SU Ae3Uwiia..,.
Atsels March 25, 1SSS, $171,705.20.
Subscription books aro now open for shares
In tbe Uth Issue. Subscriptions and payments
tan bo made at tbe omcoot the secretary dally
from S.30 a. m,, to 4:30 p. m , or nt tho moot
ing ot the Association, MAY 0, 1833, 7 0 clock
P. m at Mnrinl's Hall.
Monthly payments aro $2.50 per share.
Pamphlet explaining tho object ot tho Asso
ciation, Its advantages, bonoilte, otj., will bo
furnished and subscriptions recelvod Dy .
THOMAS S011ERVILLE. Presldenti0
JNO. JOY EDdON, Becretary,
ap22-Bt oi7l'et,2iuoor.
VJfppa,SPECIAL NOTICE.
Fereons having claims against the Evening
Critic Publishing Company aro requested U
send an account of the same to tho ofUco ot the
Critic fotthwlth. ap.10 Ut
JjiTAXESI TAXES I
Tax-payers can savo a discount la tbo settle
ment ot general and special taxos by calling
WILLIAM DICKSON,
2214H)St.u. w.
ap!7-lmo
yv-SSSfcWEEKS h CO.. Auctioneers,
WS- (1S7 LOUISIANA AVE.,
0P10SITE CITY l'OSTOFl'IOE
Every brunch of the business Real Estate,
Household Furnlturo, Outside, Court aud
Trustees' Sales attended to in person. Ftno
storago capacity at lowcet rates. Tnreo large
floors, elevators, etc.. devoted to tbat purpose.
Regular sales ot furnlturo and merchaudlse
ol overy description at store overy Thursday
at 10 a. m. Prompt returns. apl-lm
VrrGRaTIIE BEST MEAL IN THE CITY
Wi2S only 25 cents.
Excellent lunch, 10 and 15 cents Tho Gar
field Dining Rooms, 1)08 F st. n. w. rooma for
rent. w. 'f. CRUMP, Proprietor.
A LADY WISHES TO EXCHANGE EITHER
French, Italian or English tor Gorman.
Address A. M. 1'., 021 E Bt. n. w. a25-31'
SALLIE AM I A CRANK? THAT'S THE
question. (ap'-M-Of) SM.
DREB8ES AND WRAPPERS MADE DY THE
Tailoring System ot Cutting ot tho
METROPOLITAN INDUSTRIAL BOHOOL,
Southeast cor. of loth and II sts, n. w.
Prices from 75 cts, up. Apprentices token.
Plain sewing done wltb neatness and dis
patch at the mothers' meeting. Patronage
solicited. op23 (It
TO EXCHANGE TEAOHINO tjHOHT-HAND
for music Icseona. Addreas PliouoU., at
Critic omce ap2IUt
A CCEPTED BY ME.
(0l23-3t)
P.
JR.LEON,
110 D Street Northwest.
ap22
Hours, 11 to 0.
ALBERT WEBSTER (I'ROM NEW YORK),
Interior and exterior docorator lu paint
and kalsomlne; correct tasto; roasonablo
prices. Address 811 Est. n. w. nn'j-i-Uf
MR. L. W. BURKET IS NOW WITH THE
Excelsior Clothing House, 1217 Penna,
ave., where ho will bo pleased to soobls
friends. ap21-3t
Urpo BE OR NOT TO BE, THAT'S THE
X Question; wbether 'tis nobler in tbo
mind to pay 50 or 75 cents for a meal at tho
restaurant or hotel wbeu you can got tbe samo
or better for 10 conts at tbo Forsyth Cafe. 518
Tenth Bll" ap21-tf
LLOYD'B ORIGINAL WASHINGTON 25-0T.
Express; Dnggage checked at residence;
rurulture carefully romoved. Offlcos, 100J F
Bt.n. w.i 481 Pa, ave, n, w, Telophono No.
540-4. apl7-0t
DR, AND MME. 8ELDEN, 320 MISSOURI
avo. (near 4V! St.. bolow l'u. ave. n. w.),
the moet skillful Ludies' Doctors In tbe United
States; nearly fotty years successful practice;
remedies tor Irregularities safe, healthy and
cannot fall; ptlco $5; callorwrlp; oinco al
ways open. nlO tt
UQUN TYPE-WRITER" U0E1 PERFECT
O work faster than tbo pen; price $12.
"Callgraph" office. 033 F st. ap7-lm
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, BELL, RENT OR
trade city or country property, coma 'and
see tbo great bargains at William U. Main b
Bro.'e, St. Charles Hotel, cor. ot Third st. and
Pcnn. avenue.
PATTERSON, NO. 801 H BP BERVES THE
best 15-cont meal In thoclty; call and try
them; tull meals, 25 cents. fe!3-tt
JL. KERVAND, 1012 VENN. AVE,, EN-
graver. Plato and 50 visiting cards, 80
conts: 60 cards from samo plate, 45 cents;
1UQ cards printed from plate, 75 conts.
MEDICINE FOR DOGS.
All Diseases cured.
GEORGE WOODRIDGE,
ocl3 (lor. 4X st. and Md. nve. a. w.
AD1EH "COMPOUND PILLB OF TANSY"
are perfectly sate -and always effectual.
Sealed particulars, 2c. Wilcox SpecUlo Medl
cine Company. Philadelphia, Pa. tu-th-s
BOARDING.
T'llE LA riKURE, a, W. CONNER OF TENTH
and E artuts, ana tbo Locniel, &1U Ninth
Bt D. w., rlib ploaeant rooms and eood board,
nrorecommendod to pormanontand transient
boarderp, jyl'-j
can do DouKht
cheaper at tho 11 nt
J)cpartmeatot Jm.
IttilldlDB Bupplles, Nob. 008, WO, 12 and UU U
Btrfet, tin eo doors wefltef the 1'atent OtUce, lm
tnedlatply ndjolulnir National lit lies' Armory.
LtmiifUiiny other tdtabilahoient In the city, II
yr-ii MlRh to buy oven the Bmallest quanifty ot
white lend, oils varuhh colors, dry or tn oil. eta.
send your uddrtBu ou ft postal card and a printed
prlc e-llut ot every article Bold lu this department
will ho sent to you by return mull, reaching: you
In a Jew hours' lime by lMtcrcarrler, This pi tee
Urt Elves the price oi half pint, pint, quart, half
gallon, gallon, and flvecallons of each kind of
OU, turpentine, dryer, Tarnlnh and other liquids
old bj mi a&ure; also, price per quarterpound.
half pound, jwiind, nve, ten, twenty-live and
ICO pounds ot men article sold by weight; also, list
sua prices of miscellaneous articles. The prlcei
are graded arfordlog to the quantity bought.
Lkrj.0 buyers t'Uvery lowest pvfrifit umall buy
ers pay a slightly higher rule. My prices aro
fixed. All buyers buying the name quantity pay
the same price. The Inexperienced buyer nets
tho same prlcaas tlic oldest painter If lie buys the
taniuquautlty.
Af er examlnlne my nrlce-UttBcnd your orders
by me ssenger, telephone or by mall.and they will
be filled promptly and the bill, as per price-list,
collectedon delfvery, Uoods dellrcred to all
parts of tho city.
The other departments of my business hare
frown to satisfactory proportions. I now give my
special atte tlon to Iho Taint Department, nod
expect, by having1 a full supply of Hrst clans
goods, sell Id n; them at low prres and making
(itoiupi deliveries, to secure a, liberal share of
he public patronage,, , ,,.,
dealer in mil I din if Hunpllta,
" m to. VJZiuidtiaUetrtet
WAN TED-Help-FcmalQ.
Ailverllsements 01 '1 hrso Lines under IMS liesd
Inserted ihise Urn lot SSrents.
WAN TED- IMMEDIATLLY, A OOOD WASH
wemau, e,ni nboenn bring reference,
to do nice washliiu. Apply nltorO o'cDokp.
111., Ko. 1011 Pa me. tlinij side duor bell.
jijj :n
WAN1ED - IMMEDIATELY, A NBAT,
willing girl 10 do light bonseivork lu n
small familyi no nnehlBg nor ironing; white
girl pruerrnrt. 72'lKth st. n. w. afl.t-St
WANTEDHclp-Malo.
Adverllieruenis ol Thre Linen tinier this head
Iniei led threo times for ?5cent.
ANTED A C0M1'1!TENt"IAN TO TAKE
w
chargo ot a stullljii. Apply at 017 o
i np!2 2 ;lt
AdverllflemeiHs ot Thrso Lines under this head
Inserted ttreo limes for a ceuis.
WANTED-BYRETFEOrAULEOLORED
girl a place to cook or to do itenaral
"""ittorlt in n small family; roferancea
. Apply nt 1120 10th st. 11. w. qpll l.ilf
It iNTED-nUIEDIATELY BY A WIDOIV
' lady a position os housekeeper; willing
ko hci8.lt useful tor a goodnomei no
tlon 10 traollng. Address Mrs. Parker.
olTlcp. np23-3t
, , l'NTED-BY A QUIET, INDUSTRIOUS
s woman, a position as housekcoper or
' ot dining-room In boardlog-houso Dy 1st
'. y. Address A. B. O , Fairfax St ltlon, Va.
npaa :u
WANTED Situations Male.
A KertlstnientsollhteeLlnta under thlsbead
lir 1 hi three times lor 25 ccats,
A iNTED B Y A HESl'EOTAULE COLORED
' maun situation as tlrst-classccoklu a
1. ' t or reetnuranti references can be hid,
in ss 438 Washington st , In rear of 430,
BP22-3I
WANT ED-Rooms.
ANTtD-A QUIET OENTLE.MAN DE-
sues a nico room, witu moiern con
veniences, Horn a pleasant widow lady whero
there are no other roomorst bot, Oth nod 12th
and Band Msts, v. w. ; not to exceed 8 per
month. Address j, M. u critic onico.
ap25-3i
WANTED-BY A LADY, TWO OR THREE
unlurutshed looms tor lltht housekeep
ing; convenient to tbe Patent OClco. Answer,
Biting ttrms, to Ho.t 423 City P. O. np2J-3t
WANTED-FAtlLOR AND BEDROOM
wbero a Eontleman can be tree from
inquisitive people Address L. Y Critic offlce,
np22 3t
WANTEDMiscclancous.
A4 erttsemsnts of Three Lines under this head
InsirUd three times ror 25 cents
ALADY WANTS A RELIABLE GROWN
pot ty to tako a suburban place and ooard
horseltnnd eon, aged 14; referoucos. Call at
1st st. and N. Y. ave. n. w., after 1 p. m.
cp25-3t'
TTANTED-TO PURCHASE A LARQE IOG
box, Inqulro at Hotel Brunswick, 318
l'u. nve,
WAKTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT DR. TAY
lor, 1)31 F stroet. near Tenth, makes
beautiful sets ot artlllclal toetb for $5 1 guar
anteed to give full satisfaction; extracting
Kith gas, chloroform or local anesthetics, 50
cents; without, 25 cents; filling at very low
prices. oc2i)
FOR SALE-Houscs.
I" 70R BALE-BARGAlNa-BmOK 1I0U3E 03!
' M st,, Let. Oth and 10th st. n. w. (11
roemsli brick houso 1008 Uth st. n. w, (8
rooms). A, LLOYD,
Marshal Law Building,
nrH 310 4'j st.n. w.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
Advertisements orTbree Lines under this head
Inserted threo times lor 23 cents.
17HJR BALE STOCK AND OOOD WILL OF
: an old established second-hand and au
tlquo furnlturo business; will bo soldnta
bargain for cash. Address X. T., Crltla ofllco.
qp25-3t
OR SALE-SEVtRAL ESTEY AND OTHER
lino parlor. Chanel and church orcans
for sale at a great sacrifice for cash or on easy
terms htG.L. Wild fellro.'s, 700 Tth Bt.n. w.
IjOR SALE A SMALL LOT OF 8 TOOK OF
: the National Typographic Company. Ap.
ply to E. B. Cottrell, 1418 N. Y. nve. np'JI-:u
B
ahoain.
In Virginia; atrallmad; 0 miles this side ot
Fredericksburg; Imperishable stone dam;
good, steady custom; tour floors; ono fitted
up tor country store; If sold soon will tako
$l,400cseb; several trains dallyt R.,F.fcl',
It. R. Address M, Wltbcrber, 1325 Corcoran
street. op22-r.lt
1?0R SALE-RLSTAURANT AND SALOON,
long established and good location. Tho
proprietor of tbo "Chesapeake," 023 and 030
ra. avo., on account 01 Ill-health Is obliged to
-retlro from business, and will sell his tuterest
In tho abovo establishment on reasonablo
terms, Including stock and llxturoe, togetber
wllb guaranty of lease for Uvo years, Includ
ing two lino balls suitable for dining-rooms,
billiard-rooms or armory. To a person desir
ing to go Into business ot this klud a line op
portunity la hero preeonted at ono ot tho best
stands on tbe avenue. Inqulro ot or address
up20 (It JOHN EM) LIB II, Ohosapeake.
IT'OR SALE-IF YOU WANT TO BUY, BELL,
! exchango or hire Horses, Carriages, Har
ness, etc., go to Downey's. Evory facility tor
furnishing completo turnouts.
WM. F. DOWNEY,
Stablea and Repository L St., bet, 10th and
17th sts. n. w. apO-lm
FOR RENT Houses.
AdvcrtNeuienlo ol Tlireo LltieH under thh head
lDierUd.tlireoiliurBfur 'ZSceata.
1?01l"llCNT VEUY DligillABLE HUU3U, 12
? too me, 831 11 Hi 8t. n. Yf.i all mouern
ImprovementBt large side lot foe par don;
pplondia location) ttiOimr moatb. Ono. w.
Driver. ap25 rtt
I 7011 HENT-AT TALLS OHUIIOH, VA., A
. new House, largo groroi ploniyot rrult,
eic.t one-Lull mile rroru station and tolecrapti.
AddrccB Major D. U. Porter, falls Uaurcn, Va.
ap2:J (U
JifLAEJ!IzR.ooms'
AdTcrllscnicnts of Three Lines uadtr this head
Insetted three times for 21 cents.
I foil RENT TWO UNrUBNISIIED ROOMS,
' suitable tor gent and wlto or tiro or three
Bents) also uiiturnlsbod rooms, at 1(111 7th
Bt. n. w. a'J.VlU
IT'OR RENT-1230 12TU ST. N. W.. USl'UIl
? nlshed rooms ; two communicating rooms
on Becond noon one a large front roomi rent
moderate, apaslt
IT'OR itENT-oamau ST. N. W., TWO NEAT.
ly turnlsbed rooms on 21 Uoori sldglo or
iu suite; with hot and cold water, bath, otc, t
terms modorate. ap'il.Of
FOH RENT Miscellaneous.
A MAVW
v-...Vk'V
IT'OR llEST-Ol'FICE ROOMS AT 1118 OtU
: st , opposllo l'utent Oolco. Inqurro at
odoto iiumuer. qa-ii
IT'OR RENT-MAY 1, A DUAUTirUIi DIN
7 Ing-ioom, pamry and kitchen at a low
Ugurei suitable for tlrst-class catoreri sev
cral boarders In tho houso references. Ap.
plyatdliDBt.s.o. opaiJt
ITIOll RENT DININO-llOOM AND KtTOUEN,
1 tumlthtdtunr st. n. w.i board taken
In payment. Inquire on tbo premises.
npttl 3i .
IT'OR 11ENT-AN OLD ESTABLISHED IJOSI
" ness standi within bolt squarootoov
ernment Prlailnc Ofllco, Apply at B'i 11 St. n.o.
oiiSKlt'
L0ST ' MJLfSPM'j.
LOSI"- ON THE MORNINa OP APRIL 10,
on Sixth st, n. w., betneon tho passen
ger station and Adams' Express warehouse, a
roll containing maps addrossed "Supt. Oiaet
and Oeodetlo Survey, Vi'ashlogton, D. a." A
liberal reward tor their roturn to a. V. Moss,
Agont Adams' Express Co., No. Wi l'a. n?o,
u. w., city. IRop. please oopy.
BP'Jl'Bt
08T-0N rillDAY NIOIIT AT TOE niQII
School, or between ecbool and l.lthand
B sts , gold pencil pin, Return to D2U lilth st.
and reuelre rewnrd. np'J'2-31
" ' fOH EXCHANOE.
WANTED-TO EIOIIANQIi NEW STOVES
for old ones atllutlor' Stove Exchange
corner 6th and K sts. Smoky chimneys cured
or no pay. Stoves exchanged tor groceries.
Old stoves bought.
MrUSEMEipS.
"IOltll'K. FOOL'S ItKYKNaH.
Lost Appearauco or tho Brilliant Tragodltn.
MR. GEO. C. MILN,
Threo Nlgbt-i Only, Oommsnolng Monday,
April 27. Matlnoo Wednesday.
THATCHER, PRIMROSE It WtST'3
MINSTRELS..
35-aitEAT AiiTisra on
Special engagement ot Mr. WM, MULDOON.
In bis wonderful ropreepntatlons ot Ancient
and Modern Statuary.
Th Opera-nousocan bo rentod for anights,
May 1 and 2, Friday aud Saturday,
May 6-Stnndard English Opera 23 cents
to all parts nt tbe nouo.
(IJllAND TESTIMONIAL CONCERT
Tendered to
IISSEII1THMSBI
To bo given at
AlbauQh's Grand Opora-Houso,
THURSDAY, MAY 7,
TREVIOUS TO HER DEPARTURE FOR
EUROPE,
This testimonial, which has been tendorej
Miss Thursby by hor many friends, has been
cordially united In by tbe President, his Cabi
net, tbe Vlcc.l'resldent and tbo leading mem
bers ot tho Dlplomatlo Corps. Miss Thursby
will bonsslsted by emlnont talent, which wilt
bo announced horoafter.
.Subscription Seats will bo closed May 1
alter which seats can bo obtained at EUI
music store, 1)11 Pennsylvania avo.
A MJAUait'H Uritiid Oiiern-Ilmmo.
SPECIAL ANNOCNOilHENTI
Monday and Wednesday F.ventngs. Wednesday
Afternoon, May 4 aud 0,
THREE GRAND FESTIVAL CONCERTS
nr
THEODORE THOMAS
And His Onn Orchestra ot Sixty Musicians.
Soloists! Mme. Fursch-Madl, Miss Eaimi
Jueh, soprnnoi Mies Hattle J. Clapper, con-
irnuoi air. vm. J. uiucQ, seuori Air. lix
Helnricb, basso; Mme. Amelia Krlojerlct.
Moterna, from the Imperial Opora, Vienna.
Reason tickets, $5 now on salo and road? Mr
delivery at box onice. Babscrlptlou sal
closes WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20.
Subscribers wbo havo ordored soats will
pleaso call and to receive tickets.
HKitzoav .tiusmm. .
Late Lincoln llall, Oth and I) stri. w
EVERY Al'TERNOON AND NIOHT,
Commencing Monday, April 2i,
TBE DANITES.
Tbo Renowned Dramatlo Slar LOUDON Mo
CORMIOK, In lils wonderful creation ot
SANDY.
ADMISSION 10 and 20 cento
-Doors open nt 1 and 7 P. m.
Monday, April 27 Miss JENNIE UALEF Id
LITTLE UAREfOOT.
D 11111 milNllIISI.
Pennsylvania Avenue, near llth st.
A Superb l'orlonmnce. All Star Actors.
EVERY Al'TEUNOON AND NIOHT.
Tbo Oram Sensational Itomantla 1'lay ol
MONTE ORISTO,
With all Its beautttul scenery and appoint- -i
moots, In which tbo emlnont actor,
OUSTAVUS OLARK,
Appears as Ed mond Dantes. pertormod by hint
In all tbo principal tbeatros with Immouso
success, supported by a company of star por
formors. Notwithstanding tho heavy oxpenso
tho ptlcos ot admission will remain as usual.
Admission only 10c. Reserved soats can bo
Bccurcd at box-orace, open all day,
T'llE LEADINQ DRAMATIC EVENT 01' TAB '
X SEASON.
VATIENCEI I'ATIUNCr.I
Grand Bpeclal Performanco ot OUbert ana
Bulllvan's 1'avorlte Opera on
SATURDAY EVEN'lNO, ATOIL 23, V-
AT 1
ALBAUQH'S OIIAND OPERA-HOUSE,
Under tbo supervision ot Mr. A. A. Hayes,
assisted by tbo very best society talent, in con
Junction with Iho Georgetown orchestra.
CXThls production ot Patience Is In aid ot
a permanent fund for tho Georgetown Orches
tra, and In vlow ot tho many cxcellentconoerw
given gratuitously by this organization, It Is
conlldenlly boped that tho puolla will accord
them a generous and substantial support.
Seats 7Sa, , $1.50, $2.
ALL SEATS AT HRENTANO DUOS., IM. Ave '
and llth St.
t37"Every scat in the bouso Is rosorvod.
rpiiKATitt: comuui:.
GRAND GLOVE CONTEST,
TO-NIGHT, APRIL 23,
Tor a Furso ot $100, Between
BILLY WILLIAMS,
Champion ot Canada, and
oeoroe rniLLirs,
ot this Dlstrlot.
rr-jii:Aiiu: couiaui:.
ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY!
MONDAY, ATOIL 27.
FIUST ArPEAKANOE or THE
AMY GORDON OPERA COMPANY
At Popular Admission 10, 20 and 30 cts.
1711151 ANNUAL BALL
? of Titn
IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE
of Washington, D. 0,, under tho ausplcos ot
tho Ladles' Branch, to bo held on Monday
Evening, April 27, 188B, at
MASONIC TEMPLE.
n K N. tf A It S V. I. Ia
Will bo present,
llckets (admitting gontlsinan and ladles) SO.
N. 11. Proceeds to bo dovotod to the Parlla
monlary l'und.
"PVRAMATIO 1NBTRU0TION.
J Apply or aaureaa
IBS MARQULRITE E. SAXTON,
no20-
VM u st. n. w.
EXCURSIONS.
WAAAAV-i
M'
T. Vi:ilNONt UT. YEUHON1
BTKAJLBR W. W. CORCORAN ,
Leaves Keventh-slreet wbart dally, eicept Ban
day, for MU Vcroon at 10 o'clock a. m. retarnlng,
reaches Washington about 3.30 p. m.
!. L. BLAKE. OpUln.
LOANS ,-.. w
I HAVE M0NEYTO LOAN ON GOOD RUlLv
eBtato or collateral security at lonost rut js
ot Interest, No delay when Boourtty Is good.
0. (J. OREEN, Room 1, l'lromen's building,
cor. 7lh and La. avo. apl t-tr
MEDICAL
IaMJEE GITEEI).
I havo bad a cancer on my taco for many
years. I hao tried a great many remedies,
but without relief, I almost gave up hope or.
ever being cured. Dr. Uardman, my son, re
rnmmended Hwlft'ft HnoctUc. wnlch I havo
taken with great results. My face Is now well, )
and It is limiossiuie tor mo 10 express my
thanks in works tor what this m-dlclno has
done tor me. Mits. or.ivulUnnutN, r
Monroe, Oa., Sept. 2, 1881,
Rwltt's SpecUlo has cured a caneer on ray
face, and has almost made a new man ot me,
T. J. Teatk, Waclssa, I'll.
I bavo bad a cancer tn my right oar for threo
years. I tried evory remedy tho pbyslclsna
practiced, to no permanent good. Sivttt's Spo
clilo has wrought wonders for mo.KIt Is tbe
best blood purlUer In Iho world.
John S. Mounow, irioronce, Ala.
Hwlfl's HpeclSa Is entirely vcgotabls, ana
seems to euro cancer by forcing out the im
purities from tho blood.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Dlsoases milled
free.
the BWirr srrciFio 00.. Drawer- a, At
lams, Oo., or 1511 w. 23d St., N. Y.
A NEW DISCOVERY.
TsTASATiTlVSl V
ImmedlstarelletforOoIdln tho Head, Boro
Kobe, Catarrh Ac. 10a, a box, iror sale by alt
drugciits. (
122-21 Eighth st., between D and B n. w.
Close carriagos tor weddings, coin and ro(
ceptlocs, Boarding ana Uvory Btablo,
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