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THE EVENING CRITIC, 'WASHINGTON, D. 0., TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1885.
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THE EVENING CTtlTIO.
published Bully (Emndsys Excepted!
The Evonbit Orltlo PubHslilr.fr Company,
Oil NINTH STREET NORTiIWJT.
W'asbbiBton, D,C.
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"KntrrrA ft the rotiojflc it irfeAtafffonaileOMl
"Tuosday, April 28, 1885.
AMUSEMENTS TO-NIUltr.
Albany's Grand Oper-Hoiue.-"Tlio White
bluf "
Ford's. Minstrels,
llernog's Mnsemn.-.Icniile Clet.
Dime Museum.-' The Dog Spy. '
Theatre Coralivne -Com'o opera.
An Ovcrbimlenl Olllclnl.
It was an Ohio etntcamAn who salJ, "Let
roo appoint tuo postmasters of this conutry,
anil I cato not who mns tho nowspapors."
Evidently ho did not tako Into considera
tion tho fact that tho postofllco-Appolntlug
power has ton thousand other iintlos moro
Imperative than exorcising this slnglo
function, and that In tho moantlmo tho
newspapers nro aonsltlvo and llablo to ox
I'lodo without being fully charged.
l'ostinastor-Ucucral Vilas lias rccontly
fctcomo tin nnmcrltcd target for journalistic
fire, not only on account of tho poitofllces,
but lecauso ho has unwittingly suspended
tho sources of Information which havo hero
toforo lodged lu tho subordinates of his De
partment. Tlicro aro abundant roasons
why n calm, unprejudiced examination of
tho rostmastcr-aencrara labors thus far
-will show n record of disinterested cll'ort In
tho cause of reform, and that his critic!
liavo Jumped nt their conclusions hcod
lcssly. Somebody has said that tho business of n
Cabinet officer Is to answer letters ho had
never sceu and to sign documonts he li&l
never rend. Mr. Vilas camo from his law
classes In Wisconsin with tho Idoa that n
Cabinet olllccr must famlllarho himself
tlioroughly with tho duties of his position,
and personally suporvlso tho ontlro work
of his Department. Ho found tho Post
ofllco far behind with its labors. Ho recog
nized tb'at all his assistants wcro of tho op
posite political party, and thnt until cliiofs
of bis divisions, entirely In harmony with
himself, wcro appointed, ho could hardly
inaugurato tho reforms ho bad contem
plated. Weary weeks elapsed beforo Presi
dent Cleveland was alio to roach tho Post
till co Department with his appointing
power, and then ho named as First Assist
ant ft gentleman who was, no doubt, thor
oughly honest and highly Intelligent, bat
whoso nnfortunato illness has thrown upon
tho Postmaster-General tho labor of two
men ; labor that cannot possibly ho deputed
to others ; labor that, in tho very naturo
of things, must now bo performed under tho
most trying circumstances.
Mr. Vilas is sufilclontly well known for
tho public to bcllovo that his alleged Inac
cessibility is duo solely to'tho oxtromo
pressure of business, and not to nny Idea
of self-appreciation or vulgar arrogance. If
tources of Information for tho press havo
been closed, It Is, perhaps, ontircly with-
.out his knowlcdgo or consont, and has tin
r iiucstionably arisen from tho fact that Ills
onerous duties havo temporarily prevented
his attention to thoso details which, undor
ordinary clrcumstancos, would dovolop
themselves without friction.
In short, tho Postinast6r-Goncral Is bo-
'licved to bo a conscientious, faithful olll
clal, heartily devoted to tho propor admin
istration of his department and dotormiuod
that tho confidence reposed In him by tho
President shall bo fully realized. If, In tho
meantime, clrctiiustnuccs havo burdoncd
).fm with moro labor than ono man can pos
Billy perform, ho is entitled to public sym
pathy and encouragement not to censure.
Mr. aimtfitone'H Npcccli.
That was a significant scene in tlio
House of Commons, yesterday, whon Mr.
Gladstono nsked for his credit of $55,000,
COO. Significant, becauso it Indicated moro
fully than over beforo tho stuiuod rota
tions between England and Itussla, and
gave tho world to understand by olllclal
utterance that war Is not only possible, but
quite probablo. Significant, becauso uoltlior
Conservative, Liberal nor Troy dared raise
his volco In rcpy, and tho credit was votod
without ono word of opposition.
It was u great day for Gladstone, not
only becauso tho world's attontlou was
centred on him, but becauso tho very mem
bers who sought his overthrow for tho Sou
danese campaign broko forth in cheers of
approval, and his departuro from tbo House
of Commons was the signal for an ovation.
That tbosltuallon abroad is now thor
oughly serious, thoro can ho no quoition.
Mr. Gladstono ropcatcdly eald thoio was
abundant causo for tho present war prepa
rations, and his ominous language in re
epect to tho falluro of diplomacy Indicated
bis oxpcctatlons that tho worst Is to bo re
alized, True, thoro aro yot possibilities by
which pcaco can ho maintained, but thoso
possibilities IhvoIvo tho honor of England,
and It remains to bo seen whether tho
Ttrltlsh Government Is willing to maintain
praco at such a cost.
To-day the largo credit has boon votod,
tbo wav preparations aro renewed with
activity, and tho civilized world cannot
as yet sco how war may bo avorted.
Amid theso exciting times It is well to
remember, however, that Mr. Gladstone
Las accomplished a donblo purposo by hU
great speech of yesterday. Ills dramatic
manner, his solemnity of stylo and his
gravity of mien saved a division of tho
credit bill, and tho expenses of tho
wrctclicd campaign In Egypt wcro per
mitted to slip through In tho general
credit. This Is a victory which Mr,
(ladstono could not havo achlovod two
months ago without tho most humiliating
developments and debates.
Thus, In ono foil swoop, tho "grand old
man" has silenced his accusors, secure 1
nil appropriation to pay for his mistakes, and
completely harmonized tho British people
in mo manor or national pride and national
defense.
This would seem to bo glory enough for
ono day.oven If war betweon England and
Jtuecia should not necessarily ensuo,
1 I.
Tlio l'j-lviito Nflcreliiry.
Throughout all tbo rango of human lit
ciaturo, tho Private Secrotary has nover
bad Justice done him, In tho drama ho
is caricatured ; lu tho novol ho is de
picted with strange, inexcusable Igno
rance ; and In liistory lio Is but ono do
gico removed from the butler. Isn't It
about tlmo that somebody said a good
-word far him? Isn't it about time to
publicly acknowledge that without liira
Atatcsmeu would be dummies and politi
cians puppets? Isn't It about tlmo to
goaafco ou EoriMftl recognition of bis or-'
vices to human government, and his abto
luto ntccialty to tho world of letters and of
laws?
That reminds us that Prlvato Secretary
Lamout Is leilously 111. With tho Ddcllty
to duly which has oharactorlzed him
throughout his long connection with Presi
dent Cleveland, ho fought back tho twin
demons of overwork and malaria until ex
hausted naturo forced him to yield tho
fight, and ho retired temporarily to recover
from his wounds. Happily President Clovo
laud raltscs him, and docs not hosltato to
lay to. Happily tho Whlto Itouso Is will
ing to rccogulzo that without him tho ox
ccutlvo business Is compelled to limp a
little, instead of moving with Its accus
tomed rapidity and precision,
It Is something to know that one's services
havo been appreciated, and It Is Colonol
Laroonl's chief consolation In his IU11053 to
have tho assnranco thnt In public and
In prlvato circles ho Is much missed. Truly
tho Prlvato Secretary Is coming to his own
at last.
Ills rirat I.minii.
Amid n shower of orango-blossoms and
under tho sweet perfumes of an early
eprlnE-timc, Consul-Goucral Morgan will
shortly tako his first lesson in diplomacy.
It Is tho old, old lesson tho samo that
Mother Wo taught tho first chlldrou In tho
Garden of Eden; tho identical story which
Father Adam thought hohad loarncJ, but
learning all too well tocamo tho victim of
his own Information. Tho truo diplomat
Is a born courtier. It may bo that naturo'fl
Consul-general Is Its own knlght-crrant.
Atnnyrato Mr. Morgan has dotormlncd
that, whatever his duties to tho Govern
ment, his first obligation is to realizo thoso
promises of "A castto 'mid eternal summer"
which ho must havo given the handsome
"roullno" whom to-morrow ho weds. Whon
tbeso diplomatic negotiations aro termi
nated, it will bo tlmo enough to turn to
tho prosaic affairs of official llfo at Mol
bourno. Therefore, let tho wedding march begin,
thomarilagc-bcll ho tounded, and tho fes
tivities of tho day closo amid tho inconso
of lovo's happy union. This time Mr.
Morgan has tho "bulge" on tho hoys. Ills
Democracy can no longer bo Impeached.
Tho Itiooni or Itoloriu.
Tho streets of Washington nro nmong tho
crowning glories of tho Federal Capital'
To visitors from abroad especially from
other cities whero narrow, rough and tor
tuous thoroughfares predominate thoy nro
Jn tho naturo of a now revelation. It hat
alio bcon our boast that they aro tho clean
est swept streets In tho world, but, for somo
reason or other, thoy seem to bo losing of
lato that reputation which ranks next to
godliness, and ovon Pennsylvania avonuo
presents at times the slovenly appoarauco
of beauty with unkempt hair and unwashed
face.
In tills era of reform which promises 30
many clean and wholcsouio things and
especially upon tho ovo of n hot summer
when dirt least consists with salubrity
tucli things should not bo.
Wo aro, thorcforo, glad to bo tt33Uied
that they nro not to ho much longor.
Tho trouble Is that just now thoro is not
money enough to tho sciuara yard. The
contractors sweep nil they aro paid for
swcoplng. Under tho now and Increased
appropriation, which becomes available
July 1, tbo work will bo moro thoroughly
and cfliclontly done
The commlttco having in chargo tho
work of raising funds for tho Dartholdi
pedestal announce that every subscriber
sending $1 to tho committee, at No. 55
Liberty strcot, Now York, will rcceivo a
mlnlaturo counterpart of tho great statue
Tlicro Bhould ho many thousands of such
subscribers.
The steamship Oregon of tho Cunard
Line, slnco her cbartor by tho British G ov
crnment for war purposes, has dropped tho
namoby which alio Is so familiar to trans-Atlantic
voyagers and will hencoforth bo
known by tho unromantlc, but suggcstlvo
tltlo, "Transport No. 92."
Judging from tho hasto with which tho
British man-of-war Garnet retired yester
day from bcfoie a corvotto of nowspapor re
porters, tlicro will bo fresh uses for tho
wandering Journalists. Tho Czar of alt tho
llusslss should start a paper and turn It
over to his marines. .
m
Tin: Washington correspondent of tho
NVio I'oi ft Smt says that sooner or later tho
differences in Mr. Cleveland's Cabinet will
becomo so serious as to necessitate Its disso
lution. This Information Is what uows
paper men would call a "scoop" on tho
Picsldont.
Persons who nro about to lcavo tho
city for tho summor can havo The Critic
forwaidcd to thorn, by leaving their natuos
and address at tho business ollico. All who
Intend to remain horo will tako It of courso.
It will greatly tollevo tbo dullness of tho
heated term.
Mb, Alex. Hunter, recontly assoclatod
with Mark M. Pomoroy In tho publication
of tho United Slate) Doaocrat, sovorcd his
connection with tho paper to-day. Its
publication will bo continued by Mr. Pom
oroy. 1
How docs Gencial Hazon account for tho
area of unseasonably low tomporaturo Just
now piovailing hotweon our esteemed
morning contemporaries on tho cornor of
Tenth and D?
' ' ' '- -
PEOPLE IN GENERAL.
Mr. Armlsteaa ItanJoIpti, eon ot Major Innos
llandolph, and Mies Tuerpja Carroro Macaon
zle, wero married at Cnrlet Cliurcli, UMU
more, last ovenlng, by llov. W. W, Williams,
Tbo brldo was given array ny llopresamatlro
I'lndlay ot tho rourtli Maryland District.
Among thoso prosent woro Miss Eliza llau
dolpli, daughter ot Bishop Itandolpb, Miss
Hue- Klein ot Tauquler County, Va.; Miss null
ot Washington) Miss Da Witt ot nichmond,
and Mrs, I'lndlay,
Cbarlcs A. Longfellow and Miss Longfellow,
sou and daughter ot the poet, are at Newport,
It. I.
Tho frlonds ot Mr. William II, Vaudorbllt
deny tho reports ot his Illness.
Ex-Unlted Btatos AUornor-doneral Drowsier
returned to I'blladelphla last evonlng tram
Washington, and retired immediately alter
dining. When Informod ot the llbol suit
brought by Dickson ho said that ha was too
tired to discuss the manor, but would bo pre
pared to talk to-day.
Mrs. Llvermore, says that Wendell rhllllps
burned a number ot promissory notes the
night becorolie dlod, given by people whom
he dl-l not want his executors to prosooute,
Tercy Hammond, son of lion, ormond nam
tnond of Talbot County, Md , has docllned to
accept tho cadetsnlpat the Naval Academy, to
which, he was appointed by lloprpeontatlvo
Cilbson,
The Beacon Society of Boston held Its last
mooting of tbo season Saturday oyonlns at tho
rarker Uouso. Ambng the guests were Con
gressmen Collins and llanney,
Tho VhlcOoo Aivt says that the family coat-tf-arniis
cfr, I'nelpo. the sew liialster to
E'jglsnd, represent "a pteHlsd cidruh ram
pant over a cako ot mapls angur dormant, and
surrounded by a borduro ot liuckloOerrf
sprigs,"
Antelno Du))l, the tatost claimant I) tho
French throne, Is at prtiwnt earning 2.1 a
nontbas n time-keeper In nMsrsellios factory.
IIoeojBholstbolast ot too Valols lino and
a lineal descendant ot Henry II,
Ex-Senator l'ondlcton, tho Amortmn Minis
ter to oeimauy, will sail from Now York HU
unlay by tho stonmshlp Werra. Mr. Poodle
ton was n student at Hcldloberg In his earllor
darr, and Is familiar with the dormau lan
guage. Mr. Augustus Jay, tocond arslstant secre
tary ot the American legation to Paris, will
lot bis cottogo at Xonport and go abroad early
next month.
Mrs, II, 0, Whoeler of Newport, daughter ot
tbo lata William Bench Lawrence, who wroto
several campaign bodes In fnror ot Mr. Clove
lind, has boon compllnientod by an autograph
letter from tho President.
Mr. Henry George lectured at Philadelphia
l3t oTcnlrjgupon tbo "Rights and Wrongs 0
Labor" for tho benefit ot tho striking weavers
of Ecneltgtorh
SUnQEHY AMD MEDICINE.
Horn tlio Ono Uriinoli or tlio lrar
lull Kern 1'nco With tlio Other?
When nolo Is takon ot tho blunders pby.
slclans of omlneuco aro constantly making,
and how often their diagnosis turns out
completely at fault, It seems as It thoro must
be a cravo limit '0 tho sclenco of modlcluei
ocrtaln It is tbat surgery is tar la advance.
Tako tho hospital prartlcoof any clty.and tho
rosults ot surgical operations fall llttls short ot
tho marvelous. In tho beginning of tho
sixteenth century, at tho court of
Duko Alfonzo, In tho city ot Forrara
Italy at that tlmo tho most celobratod In
Europe-surgery was In tbo nscondant; opera
tions In lithotomy, tor tbo haro-llp,hornla,aad
entirely satisfactory surgical troatinont tor
cataract woro ot constant occurrence. Btdo by
eldo with theso achlevoments como tho annals
of tho modlcal department.
At tho period when the plague ragod with
teirlblovlolenco,loarnod docurn could offer no
better medicine than drlod, pondered reptiles.
Among Items which tbeso charlatans fur
nished the city of rerraraand charged a round
sum for woro 4,320 scorpions, 01 vlperf, and
aromatic horbs brought from tho nolshbor
hood ot Venice, all mndolntoan ollapodrldi.
which tbo good sisters of tho Hjspltil or
Bt. Anno charitably dispensed to high and loin
rich and poor. Small wonder thit tbo country
ns almost depopulated. Ono learuol phy
sician, who had long sought recognition, got
hla diploma lu this nay, and a most olaoor-ately-wiltten
ono It was, in bombastla Litln
on Illuminated vellum.
It minutely glvos the particulars and re
lates that II hlgnoro Dottare was publicly ex
amined beforo tho tail' or Judgos, and peopl
lu tbo Piazza as to his knowlodge of medlclao,
and the test ho gave ot great erudition and
clcuco was to tako Qvo llvo toads, cut them
In half, equeczo out tho poisonous Julco aud
fluids lu a cup, advanco in a theatrical man
ner boforo an admiring throng and boldly
drink the contents. In a moment ha turned
deadly pale, trembled luovoty limb and bis
body became frightfully swollen. Tho audi.
enco thought death Imminent. Then ho
opened a or containing his secret and won
derful mixture, upon wblcb was to rost his
fame as a scientist, and no doubt snallowod
an emetic. Any way, ho was quickly rellovod,
and came out tbo ordeal In bis normal condi
tion of health, a wholo man. Ever after bo en
joyed a largo and lucrative practice. This
venturesome physician cannot bo accused of a
lack ot courage, for ho oxporlraented on him
self. Credulity Is tho Uvellost sentiment of
humeulty. Thore 1 1 no surer road to fortune
than a well-advertised patent modlclno.
m
Tbo Fnahloii In OlnvcM.
"What style of glove will bo worn by the
ladies this summer?"
"The old style, Swede mousquotatre, will
still bo worn and U a great moasuro supplant
silk gloves. For dress occasions tbo Swede
glove In light tan shades will be worn almost
exclusively. It Is rather strange that In tbo
dead of summer kid should bo protorablo to
Ilk. Well, tho Swedish Bid Is light and cool
and moro arcssy than silk. The most popul'
color Is a subdued mouso color." N, V, Mall
and Express.
IVIint Cleveland Is II o I lie Tor tlio
West.
Walt n.Butler ot West Union has boon clven
a mall route agency between that placo and
Dubuque. Thank heaven! He will now be
able to wear an cntlra pair ot pants at onco, a
thing he could not do beforo, Oodar Itaplds
Gazette,
TIE MISFIT STORE,
Cor. Tenth and P Sts.,
OFFERS FOR MEN.
100 Spring Overcoats from f(l up.
Oood Business Suits for $(1, worth 10.
Splendid Business Suits for $7.50, worth $12.
All-wool Cheviot Suits at 0.G0, worth US.
Euglleh Plaid Suits at $12.50, worth $18,
All worsted Suits, black and colors, tlO.no,
worth $10.
All-wool Corkscrew Prince Albert Suits, $10,
worth $25,
Bluo Flannel Suits, Indigo dye, $7.S0; sold
nowhere under $12.
Middlesex Flannel Suite, o. A, It. stylo, extra
sotof buttone, $10.50.
Black Broadcloth Suits at $20, worth $.13.
FOR BOYS ia TO 18 YEARS.
A lino ot suits coniploto In ovory particular
from $1 to $15.
FOR BOYS 4 TO n YEARS.
A magnificent lino ot Pants and Jackets, all
tho latest styles, such as Norfolk Jackets,
plaited, etc., etc., from $2 up.
Odd Pants, tmmenso variety, at $1.25 and up
ward at
THE MISFIT STORE,
Cor. 10th and F Sts.,
tSTVE BUIIE AND COME TO THE COUNTElt
FM EXCHAHOE.
W"anted-to exchange new "srovEtj
for old ones at Butler's stove Exchange,
corner 5th andK Bts. Smoky chimneys cured
or no pay, stoves oxebanged for groceries,
Old stoves bought,
rpHE HOWE BUSINESS SCHOOL, M7 BBV
X enth street n, w., short, condensed course
In practical bookkeeping, rapid penmanship
and English branches at moderato rates ot
tuition. Morning, afternoon and nlgbt see
slons, Olvll-Servlce preparation a specialty.
Shorthand, Elocution and Mathematics by a
special teacher,
.1. H. BRYANT, Principal.
122-21 Eighth Bt., between D and E n.w,
Close carriages tor woddlnge, calls and re)
eeptlono, Boarding and Livery Btanic,
MATOAOTUraG- 00,
437 Seventh Street. N. W.,
niiADQU -.I'TEns rort
Shirts and Men's Furnishing
Goods.
Keep's 0 OBhlrtj, OforJI.OOi each 70:,
Keep's K Bblrti, 0 tor tU.OOi oacli 11.00.
Keep's K,K Shirts, 0 for $7.S0 each tl,23,
All fully rolntorcedi Qnost workmanship,
perfect lilting.
KEEP'S NEOKWEAlt. '
Beautiful Satin Scarfs 25c, 60.'., 73e. and
I1.UO..
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Full lines ot Modlnm Weights) also Oauzs,
Hummer Merino, Balbrlggon, Lisle Thread,
Nalntook, etc., etc.
BEST CO AND 7Sc. JEAN D1UWE113
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KEEP'S COLLARS AND COFrS.
Collars, latest'styles, best -1-ply, 0 for 00.'.
Cun, ' " " " 25j.porpalr.
FANOY HALF HOSE.
Special Bargains at 25s,, U5c, 40c, and GOc,
Also new Unas of Handkerchiefs, Suspend
ore, Kid Gloves, scarf Pins, Curt Buttons, etc,
etc,
SPECIAL BALE Or TBAVEL1NCJ BAOH
at 25 per cent, Below markot prices,
NI01IT snittTS
In Plain and Fancy Trimmed atOOc, $1, $1,23
und tl-no. Splendid bargains.
Buy Keep's Goods and savo 25 per cent, on
your purchases.
OLIVER P. BURDETTE,
437 Seventh Street, N. W
Holo Agont for tho. District ot Columbia.
AUCTION SALES.
V ..VW.VAA,V WW
I) AWNBIIOKEII'S SALE.
Jl. II.
Bollnncr's urst sprlne salo for 1881 lakes
plRCOOt 711 7th Bt, n. W. TUUKSDAY EVEN
ING at 7i30 p. m. and continues three nights.
This salo consists ot Diamonds (among them
a very ono U karat diamond ptn tor gentle
man), also anno lino of Gold Watches, Oold
and rilled Chains aud Lockets, Jewolry, Sil
ver and Plated Watches, Opera 01assos,0locks,
Flttols, Books and Custom mado Gent's Cloth
ing, etc. Goods will bo sold without reserve.
It. SELINGElt, Broker.
WEEKS & CO., Auctioneers. op28-rit
THOMAS fc WAOGAMAN,
lteal Estate Auctloner,
VALUABLE UNIMPUUVED PUOPEIITY OOIt
NEIt OP SIXTEENTH AND B SMEETH
NOUTUWESf.
On TUESDAY, April 28, at 5 o'clock p.rffflv
m., I shall offer tor sale, In front ot tlieC.
nremlses. lots 17 to 23 inclusive, In square
1U1, Terms day of sain.
THOMAS E. WAOaAMAN,
ap2 l-Ot Auelloneor.
FOR SALE Lots.
170P. SALE-BEAUTIFUL SUDUIiBAM LoW,
25x100 foot, fronting Uladensburc Turn
pike, lu sight ot street-cars, $300 VlOu cash,
balauco to per month. Neat C-room cottagos
built at lowest contract ratost tlOO cash, bal
ance in & years, or monthly payments II pre
ferred, TH0MA3 A. MITCHELL,
npll-tt 1)31 1' etrect, Itooms 0 and 0.
pHEAPEST LOTS IN TnE CITY.
BEAUTIFUL SITEB ON COLUMBIA HEIGHTS,
fronting on 13th stroot oxtonded and on Hoi
mead road; being fashionable drlvo from
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BMALL CASH PAYMENTS;
long defcrrod payments tor balance 1 small
ratoot Interest; property rapidly Increasing
In values streets newly gradod, with gutters,
water and gas-lamps.
Lots sold for G por cent, ot purchaso money
In cash, and balance In monthly paymonts to
suit.
Btreot-cars run within ono squaro ot all
theso lots.
A raro chanco for great bargains.
For full particulars, plat of ground and
terms, apply to
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OUllii J. li.Al.U,
mr3l.tr
ill ret. n.w.
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ing Bcbool for young ladles. Session '8.V80
opens Boptember 30, 1885, Early application
necessary, as number ot boardors will bo
limited.
WASHINGTON SCHOOL OF P1I0N00.
rapny and Typo WiIIIdk, B27 1 street, Rej
nlar evening Beaslons from Henteraber IS. Send
address for clrcuUr to J, A, wbltcomb, prlncl
pal. ses-i
FOR SALE AND RENT.
-nKAI. ENTATI'. IIUI.I.UT1N
TH08. B. WAOGAMAN, UI7 F street.
(ChKnKesaade Wedneadajs and Haturdavs.)
TIlItKE-bTOnV BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES! OR BALK.
DndillDiiton. so, estate nl Daniel Carroll ...tlOOOOO
nrisKsin w, modlin.ls rooms M -n.ouo
1724 I Bt n w, h h, mod lui, 17 ra .ooo
Coj I st u w, mod Im, '25 rooms.... 25 ,U0Q
K Bt. bet 14th and lftih n w, ncbuol building. SS.ouo
DWlBt, bh, mod lm 18.U73
809 M Bt n w, mod lm, la xn 17.iioo
1342 Virmout ave n w, mod Im, U ra 1(1, WW
700 G at n w, mod lm, 15 ra. n.ooo
BIS lnh at n w. mod Im IS ra 13. WO
TWO-STORY BItlOK AND FRAME HOUSES
FOR MALE,
no to311Matsw,b li,4 ra ... 1,010
Ci to est! st n e, f b, 4 rs, eaeli 000
jiiiBin at a e, ra, u u , h(Al
ntlltliBtnr.lli,4 ra 7i
mh at, bet K and L BU a v, t h, i rs 700
114 Deiavoiio. fh,4 ra , so)
43) to 4 it i:tb Bt n e, fh, I ra each . AA
l'tli NCar ave n o, I'll. an 4nq
W7. KW, 84tMat se. b h, 4 ra i-aeli 400
UMMPIUJVKD PllOPERTY FOR HALK.
Per Foot.
K.betNCnnltol nndlitata ,40a
N O e una k. 2d at und Public Hquaru a e 4,
I, at, bet ML'upltol and lat u w 1q
llOHardUulvcialtyUroanus ao
Mount Pleasant u w,. ., ivj
0 Bt, bet Cd and Jd aln n w 25o
Q si, hit N J avunnd Iih at u w 'iSo
DBtnndN Yavon w Ma
1) ami nth ats s e ma
1 at, lift 2li and '.Till nan w Mo
lothBt.bei liauilune 200
fill Bt. Iji t U nuil I) 11 e 3jj
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Per Moath,
1311 Vt nvo u w, u ra, mod Imps, fur po 00
Cor It and Conn ave n w,m lui, IS rs lur . Hi 1)0
1421(lntnw, mod lm, fur, 11 ra lu) no
1718 N Bt n w. mod Im, U r 100 00
troilth st 11 w, mod una, 13 rs 8.1 sj
13:17 Corcorau st n w, fur, modlmpAlors . 7J 00
ftto M. at 11 w, mod Impi, 12 ra 05 00
imiziiitnw. mod Imps, liiu 10 in
1228 icib tt u w, mod liniia, 10 ra 00 00
4islllshst nw, mod Impi, liirs 50 00
C!Oatse,possMay 1, mud Imps, U rs . irt 0)
smith at 11 w, m loi.drs ao 00
404 Oatn w, mlm,7ra so oil
MOiiv.mim, s ra 2.5 on
inn mimtnw, inodlm, era noon
4 J) I' st n w, mod Imps, S rs 2000
Kit) u at a w. mod Imps, 6 ra 2000
21), M Myrtle at 11 e, mod lm,8 ra 11 10
40 Mat 11 w, mod Im.trs 1500
2lWssBvonw,0rs is 00
LOANS
In sums to suit at 8 per cent.
Tbenbove Is only small portion ol property
on my books. For fall list call t oiace for bulle
tins issued on 1st and itth,
special nprwEs.
yvsjiuNTiiu-Tni: i.ADira"oFWA4u-
Kr lugton to know that
MI33 OAVANAUOU,
Drestmaker, formerly of 11)1 Pa. nve. n, w.,
has not lelt Washington, but Is located at
-130 Ninth stroot northwest.
llllny Building. np27-lm
VSnSbMEDlOAL DEPAItTMENT or THE
W"i University ot Georgetown.
Tho 30th Annual Commencement will bo
heldntthi hall ot tbo University In George
town on TUESDAY, April 28, at 2 o'clock p.
m. The profession and tho publlo are cor
dially Invited to be present.
J. W. H. LOVEIOY, M. D
It Daan.
VJjJ53,TnE DOCTORS OUTDONE.
Trot. W. 0, HABKELL nud Dr.B. F. BROWN,
tbo groat natural neaiers, wnosa cures as.
great natural neniers, wuusu tuvos uo
h the world, will bo again at Matonta
plo TUESDAY EVENING, 27in, at 8 sharp,
uro subject, 'Tho.Mlroculous' Platform
tonun
Temn
healing free. Door collection 10J. Will tw at
i.prinrn Huniiiri.
Olll Mil st. tor treatment. np27-3f
WSSj.nEADQUAHTE!lS DEPAllTMENr OF
MSST" THE POTOMAC, O. A. B ,
Arnn. 27,188-.
General Grant's birthday wilt bo ecleoratod
at tbo Metropolitan M. E. Church, IMjand 0
sts, THIS EVENING nt 8 o'clock, Oomrados
and their ladloe aro Invltod. Wear the badge.
It M. M. DH00K9. Oommandnr.
tf,ga,8UN AND 1U1N
BILK UMBRELLAS,
For Ladles and Gentlemen,
B. H. HT1NE1IEIZ Js SON,
1237 Penna. ave.
g-tSp000011 EEER-
Tho ctlebrated BOCK ot John F, Betz & B'io,
1 blladelphln,nn tap from to-day. Also utsscock
Lager aud I.lebuttchaucr sold by the keg aud
bottle,
CHARLES MADES,
Bp2I-Ct Solo Agont.
S?-0
.orricEor collector or taxes,
iiivrnicT or UH1.UJ1111 ,
WAHinsnTOX. Anrll 21. 1885.
Tbo attention ot taxpayers Is called to tho
tax lovlen for tho year endlug Juno 30, 1885,
on real and personal property.
The second bait ot such tax, whero not pre
viously paid, will becomo due and payabloon
the llrsl day of May next, and It not paid be
foio the llrst day ot Juno ensuing, shall there
upon bo In arrcaru aud delinquent, and a
penalty ot two per centum upon tbo amount
thereof shall be added, and the samo wltu
other taxes duo lu arrears, will bo listed tor
advertisement and tax salo lu tho manner
prescribed by existing law.
By order or tho Commlielonors of thoDls
tilctot Columbia,
Attest: JOHN F.COOK,
np23Ut Collector ot Taxo, D. 0.
K5pirH ISSUE OF 8TO0K.
EQUITABLE
CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
Assets March 25, 1885, $171i705,20.
subscription books aro now opon for Bharos
In tho tub Issue. Subscriptions and payments
can bo mado at tbo onicoot tho secretary dally
from St'JO a. m., to 1:30 p. m., or at tho moot
ing ot tbo Association, MAY 0, 1885, 7 o clock
p. m., at Marlnt's Hall,
Monthly paymonts aro $2.50 por share.
Pamphlet explaining the object ot the Asso
ciation, its advantages, beneuts, etc., will bo
furnished and subscriptions recetvod ny
THOMAS BUiimiviL,L,L;. rresiueut;
JNO. JOY ED30N, Secretary,
1)17 V Bt,, 21 lloor.
np22-5t
V35aSFECIAL NOTICE.
Persons having claims against tbo Evening
Critic Publlsblog Company aro requested U
send an account ot the samo to the onlco ot the
Orttletoitbwllh. ap20 Ot
jj5pa.TAXE8l TAX123I
Tax payers can savo a discount In tbo settle
ment ot general and special taxes by calling
on WILLIAM DICKSON.
npl7-lmo 'ldWjSt.n.w.
?KS5a,WEEK8 fc CO.. Auctioneers,
KSST 037 LOOISIANA AVE.,
OPPOSITE CITY I'OSrOFi'lOE
Every branch ot tbo business Real Estate.
Household Furntturo, Outside, Court and
Trustees' Sales attonded to In person. Flno
storage capacity at lowest rates, Three largo
lloore, clot store, etc.. devoted to that purpose.
Regular sales ot turnlturo and merchandise
otoverydescrlntlon at etoro every Thursday
nt 10 a, m. Prompt returns. qpl-lm
VJvCa,THE BEST 51EAL IN THE CITY
ar only 25 cents.
Excellent lunch, 10 and 15 couts Tbo aar
Ueld Dining Rooms, 008 F st. n. w.; rooms for
rent. w. T. CHUMP. Proprietor.
JdL
LV.0YD'8ORI01NAL WASHINGTON 25-OT.
Express; baggage checked at residence!
lurnlturo carefully removed,
Offlcos, 1003 F
Tolephono No.
ap'27-(lt
st, n. w,i 181 Pa, avo, u, w
r.40-1.
A LADY WISHES TO EXCHANGE EITHER
French, Italian or English for German.
Address A. M. P., 021 E Bt. n. w. a25-Ut
SALL1E-AM
question.
A CRANKI
(apttH-Ut)
THAT'S THE
SAM,
DRESSES AND WRAPPERS MADE BY THE
Tailoring System of Cutting at tho
METROPOLITAN INDUSTRIAL BOUOOL,
Southeast cor. ot llltb and U Bts. u. w.
Prices from 75 cts, up. Apprentices taken.
Plain eewlng douo with neatness and dis
patch at the mothers' mooting, Fatronago
eollclted. ni23 lit
"I -H, LEON,
HOD Street Not tbwost.
np22
Hours, 11 to 0,
Uryo BE OR NOT TO BE, THAT'S TnE
X Question; whether 'Us nobler In tho
mind to pay GO or 75 cents for n meal at tbo
restaurant or hotel when you can got the eama
or bettor for 15 conts at tho Forsyth Cato. 518
Tenth at?" ap21-tt
DR. AND MME. BELDEN, 320 MISSOURI
ave, (near 4bj st bolowl'a. avo. n.w,).
tbo most skillful Ladies' Doctors In the Unltod
States; nearly forty years succosstul practice
remedies for irregularities sate, healthy and
cannot fall; prlco $5; call or write; onlco al
ways open. alO-tt
UOUN TYPE-WRITER" D0E8 PERFECT
yj work faster than tho pon; prlco $12,
"Cnllgraph" onlco, 033 F st.
ap7-lnt
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, BELL, RENT OR
trnde city or country property, como ana
see tbo great bargains at William 11, Main 8c
Bro.'s, St. Charles Hotel, cor. of Third et, and
Penn. avonuo.
PATTERSON, NO. 801 E ST., SERVES THE
best 15-ceut meal in tbo city ; call and try
them; full meals, 25 cents. fol.'l-tf
JL. KERVAND, 1012 PENN. AVE., EN.
gi aver, Plato and 60 visiting cards, 80
cents; 50 cards from eamo plate, 45 conts j
100 cards printed from plate, 75 cents.
MEDICINE FOR DOGS.
All Diseases cured.
GEOltaE WOO BRIDGE,
ocl3 Cor. 4 J st. and Md. avo. n.w.
LADIL8 "COMPOUND PILL8 OF TANSY"
are perfectly safe and always effectual.
Sealed particulars, 2c. Wilcox Bpocluc Modi
cine Company, Philadelphia. Pa. tu-th-s
BOARDING.
1J0ARD1NQ-
IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, A
IJ
nleelv-furnlsbed front room with llrst-
class board; bath and homo comforts. HOOK
st. n w. upa-tn
THE LA PIERRE, S. W. CORNER OF TENTH
and E streets, und the Locblol, 512 Ninth
st, u. tt,, with pleasant rooms und good board,
aro recommended to permanent and transient
boarders. lyia
LOST AND FOUND.
T OST ON THE
MORNINO OF APRIL 10,
. w.. botween tbo passen
ju on sixtnst.
ger station aud Adams' Express warehouse, a
roll containing maps addressed "Bupt. Omst
and Geodetic Survey, Washington, 1). 0." A
liberal roward for their return to 0, W, Moss,
Agent Adams' Express Co,, No. 225 Pa. avo.
ti, w., city, tRep, pleaso copy.l
mn2l-rit
BUSINESS CHANCES.
XITANTED-BIX COLORED MEN TO ltti
Y V vcet In a real-estate speculation that
wilt pay; only $100 each needed to start
Ail-
arees m, 11. nunier, im 1'a.avo,
ap'j.'i-itt
WANTED-I DEBIRETO BUY A PLACE IN
tbo country 4 miles or loss from tho
city. Improved by house and stable; state par
ticulars and prlco, Cash, Crltlo ofllce,
ap25 ;it
A LADY OCCUPYING A LARGE HODSU,
prnntably rented and well ftirnlsbed, de
sires to borrow JUOO or $500 on mortgage for
a year. Address, with particulars, Mrs. uon
etantinc, crltlo onlco, ap2i3t
WANTEDHclp-Female.
Advertisements ol Three Lines under tbU lio!
Inserted three limes lor sscents.
W ANTED"-"exPEbTeNCED nANDS AT
dressmnklDgi also apprentice or errand
gull nlto settled wblte woman ti nttlst In
gencrol housework. Apply at 520 13th st.n.
w. np27-3.'
WANTED A SETTLED WOMAN TO COOK
and ono to wash and Iron 1 willing to go
a ehort distance lu the couutry. Apply to
Towers is Oroe ni 1 123 F tt.n.w. np27-3t
WANTED-IMMEDIATELY, FIRSr.CLASrt
operator on Automatic machine aud ac
customed to wbito werki alio several gvul
arettmnkers. 1 113 q tt.n.w. np27 3t
WANTED-1MMEDIATELY, A GOOD WASH
woman, ono who can bring references,
to dn nlco wntblnp. Apply alter 0 o'clock p,
m., No, 1011 Pa, avo. Ring sldo door bell.
np2t-3t
WANTED-Holp-Male.
. AdverllstnienlolThre Lines under this bend
Inserted llireo times for 11 cents,
ANTED-A BOY TO MIKE nt3Lut'
tiactiil In a storo. Apply at H, lt-lz-n-Stem.
405-4077111 St. 11. W. ap27-3l
WANTED-AB0YAB0UT18T0 DRtVE A
lioito and inako himself useful In tho
house, Call, after 5 p.m., nt 2018 0 st, u, w,
ab'J7-3t
WANTED Situations Female.
Advertisements ol Three Lines under tblt head
Inserted three times for is cents.
ANTED A BlYuATION A3 NDRSeJ WILL
civs tho beat ot city references. Address
1.112 N, J, ave. np2B.il.
W ANTED-A LADY WISHES 8EW1NG IN
prlvato fanillyi chlMron'fl clitnes n
epoclsltyi terms very reasonable. Address E.
B., Crltlo omcc. itp20 3i
WANTED-BY A BETTLED COLORED
woman a situation ns nurse; willing ti
travel. Apply at 423 Franklin st. ap27 lit
"TITANTED-BY A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
YV house cleaning nr washing! will go out
by tbo day. Addrees M, J., East Capitol st, P.
Oj np27-3i
WANTED-SITUATION A8 HOUSEKEEPER
ornurao to nn Invalid; can give kooiI
references. Oillnt 12J1 lOihst. ap27-3t
VANTED-BY A ItESPEOTABLE COLORED
TT gtrlaplaco to cook or to do generul
houtowoik In a small family; references
glvin. Apply at 142010th st. n.w. ap21-3t
WANJJD-Room
WANTED A QUIET GENTLEMAN DE
elrcs a nice room, with modern con
veniences, from a pleasant widow lady whero
there aro no othor roomers; bet, Oth aud 12ih
and E and M sis. n. w.i not to oxceed 8 per
month, Address J. M. B., orltlo omcc.
np25-3t
WANTED Miscellaneous.
Advertisements ol"Three Lines uulerthlshesd
Inserted three times ror 2-1 cents
WANTED-EVENINO EMPLOYMENT OF
tt any kind. Address box 71 Crltlo orujo.
np2S-3t
W ANTED-A OBI LD'S NURSE; WAGEj$l
to $5; also an oxcellent laundress to
tako washing borne by tho month. Apply at
onco at 1828 H St. n. w. np24-3t
WANJLD-BR1CK-I WANT 15,000 SEC-ond-band
brick for collar; send me
Erlco delivered on wnarr. I also waut framo
ouso built and want to exchange a. city lot or
now piano in part payment, O. O. o., Crltlo
ofllce. qp28-3t
A LADY WAN18 A RELIABLE GROWN
party to tako a suburban place and board
herseitand Bon,oged 14: references. Call at
1st st. and N, Y. avo. n. w., after 1 p. m,
0)25-3t
WANTED TO PURCHASE A LARGE IOE
box. Inqulroat Hotel Brunswick, 018
Pa. ave.
WANTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT DR.TAY
lor, 031 F stroot. near Teiitu, makes
beautiful sets ot artlUclal teeth for $5; guar
anteed to give full satisfaction; extracting
nlth gas, chloroform or local anosthotlcs.50
cents; without, 25 conts; Riling at very low
prices. oc2l)
FOR SALE-Houses.
1?0R SALE-BAEOAINS-DRIOK HOUSE 031
' M St., bet. Oth nud lOtb et. u, w, (11
rooms); brick Iiouso 11)03 Oth st. n. w, (8
rooms). A. I.loyd,
Marshal Law Bulldlug,
apt! 310 4Hj st. n.w.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous.
Adverthcmentsof Three Lines under this head
Inserted three limes lor 24 cents.
1701t BALE-CIGAR AND NEWS STAND,
; now doing a good business; dwelling at
tached ; good reasons tor soiling. No, 005 4Vi
st. b. w. op28-3t'
1?0R SALE-8T00K AND OOOD WILL OF
1 an old established second-hand and an
tique furntturo business; will be sold nt a
bargain lor cash. Address X. T., Critic ofllco.
ap25-3l
170R SALE-SEVUIAL E3TEY AND OIHER
? Hue parlor, chapel aud church organs
for Bale at n. grcnt sacrifice for cash or on easy
terms at G. I.. Wild & Bro.'s, 700 7th st. n, w.
iOR SALE-A SMALL LOT OF STOCK OF
the National Typographic Company. Ap-
ply lo E. H. Cottroll, 1418 N. Y. ave. np2.'Jt
B
AHOAIN.
FOR SALE-Stono crlet mill. 2 run of stone.
In Virginias at railroad; O milos this sldo ot
1'rcderlckBburg; Imperishable atone dam;
gcod, steady custom; tour floors; ono mtod
up for country Btoro; It sold soon will tako
$1,400 cah; Bevcral trains dally; It., F. J: p,
n, ri Auurcss m, i ituornee, j.o ja uorcoran
street.
ap'22-12t
1JI0R SALE-IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL,
: oxcbangoorhlro Horses, Carriages, Har
ness, etc., go to Downoy'e. Every facility for
furnishlugcompleto turnouts.
WM. F. DOWNEY,
Btablos and Repository L st bet, 10th and
17th sts. n.w. npO-liu
FOR RENT-Houses.
Advertlif ments of Tbi ee Lines under this head
Inaertedltbree limes for 2.5 cents.
I?OR RENT-HOUSE NO. 511 OTH BT. N. W.,
? known as tbo Critic building. Apply to
Bwormstedt tt Bradley. 1)28 F at. n. w. n27-0t
17I0H RENT VEnY DESIRABLE HOUSE, 12
rooms, 831 11th St. n. w.; all modern
improvements; largo side lot tor garden;
splendid location; tUOpor month, Geo, W,
Drlvor. np2 j (It
I TOR BENT-AT FALLS CHURCH, VA A
1 new house; large grovo: plenty of fruit,
etc.; one-halt nilloirom station and telegraph.
Address MulorD.O. Porter, Falls Church, Va,
ap23 lit
FOR RENT-'Rooms.
Advertisements ofThree Lines under IhUhcad
Inserted tlireu times lor 15 cents.
170R RENT -FRONT ROOM, 3D HTORY;
X1 central location; new furulturo; prlvato
family. 10 Grant Place n. w. ap28-3t
T710R RENT-NEATLY TURNISHED SECOND
Xf etoryroom for il); also ono tor $5; will
board a lady for $5; modern conveniences.
235 2d St. n. w. ap28-:)t
14 OR RENT-FIVE UNFURNISHED ROOMS
. in good condition and with modern im
provements. 1623 Madison Bt. n, w,t rotor
tnces exchanged, np28 Ot
IfOR RENT A FLAT OF UNFURNISHED
: rooms or part ot a furnished hottsoi very
low to adults. 2111 3d st. B, e. ap27-3t
Iron RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
; suitable tor gent and wife or t ivo or tbreo
gentoi also unturnlshod rooms, at 1014 7tn
st. n. w. n2.v:u
1
70R RENT--1230 13TII BT. N. W., UNFUH-
lilebcd rooms 1 two communlcattns rooms
on second lloor; ono a large trout room; rent
mooerate. miaa-t-
I?OR RENT-021 22D ST. N. W TWO NEAT.
. ly furnished rooiua on 2d lloor; single or
ensuitoiwllh hot and cold water, bath, etc.t
terms moderate. ap'il-llt
1
FOR RENT Miscellaneous.
1?0R RENT-"blTIOE ROOMS AT 018 OTH
' St., opposite Patent onlco, luqulre at
abovo number, a3Mt'
1?0R RENT-MAY 1, A BEAUTIFUL DIN
X' lug-room, pautry aud kitchen at a low
llguro; itiltable tor Urst-olass caterer; auv
erel boarders In the house; references. Ap
ply at 41) Bet. b.o. an21'lt
170R RENT- DINING-ROOM AND KITCHEN,
V futulehedi 017 I' st. n. w.i board taken
In payment. Inquire on the premises.
ap21-3t
V
?ORHENT-AN OLD ESTABLISHED BUSI-
ness standi within half eauaroot Gov
ernment I'tlnllng omen, Apply at 62 II at, n.e,
ajiai-ot
AMUSE MEtriS
A I.l!ACtlll'N 4rn7ni V7rrn"tluiiiic'.''
WEEK OFAPRIL 27.
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MATIHISiJ.
Grand Production of Bartloy CaiiipiiBH's
(author ot "My Partner," Galley
Blave," "Siberia," "Separation."
etc.) Great Ploy,
THE WHITE SLAVE.
THE NEW YORK STAR 0A8P.
Enttro New and Magnllleont Scenery, used tot
tho Drat tlmo this season.
bTARTLINO MECHANICAL EPFE0T9
And the Wondorful
RAIN STORM OF REAL WATER.
Monday, May
ORCHESTRA.
4.-TUE0D0RE TU0S1A8T
A I.UAL'HIl'.'i annul Openi. Utilise.
' SPECIAL ANNOUNOSMENTI
THREE GRAND FESTIVAL CONOEIlTd
-nv-
THEODORE THOMAS
And His own Orchestra ot sixty Musicians.
Soloists 1 Mmo. Fursch-Madl, Miss Emma
Jueb, sopranos; Mils Haitlo J, olappor, con
tralto! Mr. Wm. J. Winch, tenon Mr. Max
llelnrlcb, basso; Mme. Atnolla Frloderlck
Matcrna, from tbo Imperial opera, Vlonua.
Monday Evening, May 4; Wednesday After
noon, May U Wednesday Evening, May II,
When Mr. THOMAS will proeont a sorlos ot
carotully arrauged programmes.
Tho afternoon programme will be modeled
alter the educational series known as tho
"YOUNO PEOPLE'S POPULARS,"
Hoilcsencdly successful this seaeou In New
York city.
season tlckots, entitling holder to reserved
erats to oacli of tho three performaneos, $';
elcglo conceits (reserved), $2.50, $2 aud $i,no,
acctrdlng to location. General admission (no
scat guaranteed), $1. Season tickets noiv on
dale nnd ready for deltvory at box onlco. Sub
scription pup) closes
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20.
Subscribers who havo ordered eeala will
plesm call and receive tickets.
JfOItD'H. MINSTRELS AT FORO'3,
THREE NIGHTS ONLY,
Commencing MONDAY, APRIL 27,
Matlnea Wednosday,
Thatcher, Prlmroso & West's Minstrels,.
Under tho management of
MR. GEORGE T. OLAl'HAM.
35-QREAT ARTISTS-3J
Speelal engagement ot
MR. VWLLIAM MULDOON,
In his noudertul representations ot Anctout
and Modern Btatuary.
Tho Opera-Houso can bo rontcd Saturday,.
May a.
May 5-STANDARD ENGLISH OPERA, 2 3c.
to all parts of tho houeo; reservod Orchestra
Beats, 00c.
Normon, Seguln, Evane.Travouer, Stoddard,
Penkea. Thompson, Cnrl'tv and Donham.
GRAND CHORUS. FULL ORCHESTRA.
1 lISli: IIWEDJI.
XJ Pennsylvania Avonuo, near 11th st.
Another Great snowl Evory Afternoon and
NIghtl Monday, Tuesday nnd Wednesday,
THE LEONZO BROS.
And Their Wonderful Dramatla Dogs, LION
and TIGER, whose extraordinary feats are as
tounding, appearlna In tho sensational ilramiv
of "HIE DOU SPY." Tho Lcomo Bros,, and
all their New York company In the cast. On
Thursday, Friday and Saiurday"TaB PLAN T
l.ll'S CHILD," a new and beautiful story ot
the South. Admission tj all only 10 cts.
HKH.tlG'H JHItiEDH.
Late Lincoln Hall, Oth and D sts. 11. w.
EVERY AFTERNOON ANDNIQHT tills WEEK.
Tho greatest actress ot the nge, Minn .leiinlo
tiller. Thursday Matinee nnd Night and
Friday Matinee, LITTLE MUFFETB.
Friday Night and Saturday .Matlnoo and Night
FANCHON THE CRICKET.
ADMISSION 10 and 20 cents
Doors open at 1 and 7 P. m.
Monday, May 11. BURGESS, COLLOU
fc WELOU'ft MINSTRELS.
rpiIEATIti: goukiui:.
MONDAY, APRIL 27.
nnsr appearance of the
AMY GORDON OPERA TROUPE.
CHANGE OF OPERA NIGHTLY.
Cheap Admission 10, 20 and 30 cents.
Mstlneo Every Day, Excopt Monday.
"MASCOITE" TO-NIOHT.
p RAND TESTIMONIAL CONCERT
Tendored to ' '
IISSEIiHATHlTESBT
To bo given at
AlbauytVs Grand Opora-House
THURSDAY, MAY 7,
PREVIOUS TO HER DEPARTURE FOR
EUROPE,
Tbls'tostlmontal, which has beon tendorod.
Miss Thursby by hor many friends, has been
cordially unltod In by tbo President, his Cabi
net, tho Vice-President and tbo leading mem
bers ot tbo Diplomatic Corps. Miss Thursby
will bo assisted by eminent talent, which will
bo announced hereafter.
Subscription Beats will be closed May 1,
after which soats can bo obtained at Ellis'
musio store, Oil Pennsylvania nve.
A GRAND TESTIMONIAL CONCERT WILL
bo given little
MA MI A MOIIRIOL',
The Child Pianist, on
TUESDAY EVENINO, APRIL 28,
At Congregational Church,
Among thoso who aro going to participate
aro Misses Mill;, Etvan, Homer, Mnies, Kas-par-True,
Messrs. Whipple, Blschorr, Wal
decker, and bt. Ceclllan Quartot,
Tickets, 60c; for salo at Ellis' muslo storo:
no extra chargo for reserved seats. ap2T
DRAM4TI0 INSTRUCTION.
Apply or address
MISS MARGUERITE E. HAXTON,
no20- 420 a st, n. w.
EXCURSIONS.
tTt1 "VI2UNON ! MX. YEttNOwY""
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN ft iftJteaifl'
Leaves Seventh-street wharf dolly, except Hun
day, for ML Vernon at 10 o'clock a. m.; retarulnx,
teaches Washlntlon about 8:B0 p. m.
L, L. BLARE. Captain.
LOANS.
I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON OOOD REAL,
estato or collateral eecurlty al lowest rates
ot iLterest. Nodolay when eocurtty Is good,
0.0. GREEN, Room 1, l'Iromen's building,,
cor. 7lh and La, nve, apl4-tt
MEDICAL.
CAICEE CUEBD.
I have had a cancer on my faoe tor many
years. I have tried a groat many romedlct,
but without rcllof, I almost gavo up hope or
ever being cured. Dr. Hardman, my son, re
commended Swift's Bpeciuc, wnlcu I uayo
takon with grcnt results. My toco is now woll
and It is Impossible for mo to express my
thanks lu works for what this medicine has
dona tor mo, Mnt. olive IIahdiiam,
Monroe, aa,, Bept.2, 1881.
Bwltt's Bpeclfla has cured a cancer on ray
face, and has almost made n now man ot mo,
T, J.teate, Waclssa, lis.
I havo had a cancer In my right ear tor throo
years. I trltd every rornedy the pnyslclans
prncllced, to no permanent good. Swift a Spo
cilia hOB wrought wonders for mo.HH Is tho
best blood purlilor In tlio world.
John 8, Moiiuow, Florence, Ala.
Bwltt's HpoclHo is outlrcly vegotable, and
sceniB to cure cancor by forcing out the im
purities from the blood, ,, ,
Treatlso on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
the swirT BPEOiria co.. Drawer 3, At
lanta, Go., or 150 W, 2dd St., N. Y,
A NEW DISCOVERY.
Immediate rellot for cold in the nead, Boro
Nose, catarrh &c, JOc.ftbox, For sale BT H
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