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THE EVENING CEITIO, WASHINGTON
MONDAY, MAY 4, 1885.
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THE EVENING CRITIC.
published Daily (ftusaya Excepted)
The Evening Orltio Fubiliaing Oompany ,
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h itrftr Hits JWofflr in WathttxyUm (H tefmtU
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Monday, May 4, I8S5.
A Woril (Villi Oui Homier.
To tako down, romovo, put up again and
proitcilv admt such on elaborate, oujipII
rated am) ponderous ploco of mechanism ni
cinn ii( tho latest Improved IIoo prosioi, la a
Job of no small dllllcillty ami cannot bo
iIodo In a hurry. Si that although tho
removal of our press from Ninth stroot was
commenced about fi o'clock 8itu relay after
noon, tho superintendent In charga his
been nnablo tn sot tlio machlno In In now
quarters and got It Into working urdor In
tlmo for this ovonlng'e publlcitlon,
Wo havo thcrcforo been compelled to de
pend upon tho accommodation of a co?i tem
porary for tho Isstio of tho prosont edition, a
dlllcicncc In tho presses used necessitating
tho printing of tho papor tn n somewhat
odd and unusual form. Alt dlftloultlo! of
this sort) however, will bo obviate) In a
day or two, and Tlir. Crirriu bo fairly
launched upon a now era of usefulness and
prosperity.
A Nrnntor Vlncatort,
Tho National Republican says tills morn
ing that tho Administration has formed an
"alliance" with Senator Vest. This Is very
Important, If true, slnco It may Indlciton
dcslro on tho part of tho Administration to
be friendly with Itself.
Senator Vest, like ovoryothor Demo
cratic Sonator and member of tho llouso, Is
part nnd parcel of tho Administration, and
must share ftllko its glory or Its obloquy.
Mr. Vest, rnorcoTor, Is farthest romovoJ
from tho political cayoto. Ho doesn't howl
at hia own breed. IIo doesn't lis In wait
for anything that is Democratic, orstiy up
nights to capture his own. Why was It
necessary, tbereforo, to "placato" Sonator
Vost? Truo, tho Administration would
havo a sorry time, perchance, without his
aggrosslvo camestnosi and brilliant olo
quenco, but thoro was no dangor of losing
his services or his friendship so long as
Democratic principles remained nppormost
at tho Whito IIousoj And Democratic
principles may not bo hopelessly luvolvod
In tho distribution of tho olUcos.
But our esteemed contemporary puts
special stress on tho fact that Sonator Vost
has been "placated'' by special courtosloi
from Sccrotary Bayard. Tnls Is certainly a
mistake. For If publlo memory Is not
treacherous It will recall a yonug army o
Missourians who carno hero In tho spring
tlmo of tho Administration to secaro somo
of tho comfortnblo berths In "foreign parts,"'
bnt who, after many weary days of waiting
returned without ovon a consulship.
If Secrotary .Bayard or Frcsldont CIovo
land had deemed It necessary to "placato"
Bonator Vest, that was tholr opportunity.
If Senator Vest had, in tho opinion of tho
Administration, reached that point whore
only a share of tho oillcos would save his
Democracy, thero woro many lnstancos In
which ho could havo boon "placated."
That he obtained very little patronage for
himself or his friends, particularly from
Secretary Bayard, was evidenco BufUclout
that tho Administration rocognlzod his De
mocracy as of that ondurlng, rock-rlbbod
kind that Is neither bought nor sold.
The fact that Sccrotary Bayard has bajn
invited by tho groat Stato of Missouri to
address Its citizens uoxt month Is only an
other evidence that Missouri Democracy
cherishes no bitterness for having boon
conspicuously ignored by tho Stato Depart
ment, After a careful rovlow of all tho facts,
therefore, wo may safely assort that tho
Republican's Insinuations aro unjust aud
unfair toward Senator Vost and his power
ful constituency, who nro Democrats from
princlplo and not for tho oillcos.
X Mutter or ttjiilit!ijr.
Itfgardlcss of tho probabilities or Im
probabilities of war botweou England and
Itussla, thero appears to bo a great strain
on the newspapers of this country to locato
and account for tho direction of American
sympathy. Tho New York Sun finds tho
peoplo of tho United Statos friendly to
Cheat Britain on religious grounds, but I)
answered by Qoncral Rodonbough that lu
tills contest tho greatest Christian nation
on earth would bo allied with all tho Brah
min: and Buddhists of tho Orlont against a
solid mass of Christian soldiers.
A few of our valued contemporaries,
notably tho Albany Argu, slncoroly hello vo
that American sympathy should not hesi
tate to ally Itself with Russia, on tho plot
that England played traitor to this Govern
ment when the world thought tho republic
wso In tho throes of dissolution. This Is
Ingenious, of course, but thus far tho propo
sition does not appear to havo attraceod the
popular heart.
English-Americans who aro enthusiastic
over tho mother-country, quote tho lan
guage of Joseph Cowdon, tho great Liberal,
who, dnrlng tho Busso-Turkish war, did
not hesitate to say: "Dislike of the Turks
is lniclliglblo perhaps not qulto justifiable
but how Liberals can forgot Siberia and
Poland, and tho Borrows that cluster round
their names, Is moro than I can under
stand," Ireland and Irlsh-Amorleins retort that
England has not only forgotten Siberia an 1
Poland, but has raised up a later Poland In
the Emerald Isle, and tbatthoconsequoncoi
of a despotism bestriding Europo are not so
alarming as Englishmen might suppose.
Thus It goes. Every interest arguing
fast and furiously to secure tho sympathy
of a nation that rocked Its own cradle of
liberty and reared Itself on tho bottlo of in
drpendenco and self-government. In the
meantime tho chances of war aro growing
smaller, and peace may brood again through
out the East.
Tho MoutliN To-tlny.
Two months ago to-day Mr.Cloveland too1
iheoalb of olllco and became President of
l.ho I nlted States. No doubt tho time will
have seemed llko a spaco of two yoars to
many oilice-seekers who havehungon tho
ii.tt-k.irta of the Administration, But, af
ter all, thero has been a steady, continu
ous change in tho pcrsonnol of tho Depart
ments, nod President Cleveland is accom
plishing by a gradual prooess that which In
judicious persons hoped would bo attained
by wholesale removals. Thus far tho Pres
ident aud tho country aro to bo congratu
lated on tho now Administration.
'flic IJtuti (lueatlou.
The polygamous end of tho Moraion
Church Is evidently determined upon non
eubmlsslon to tho law and courts. It has
strained Ha relations with tho Qovornmont
outil patience Is fast ceasing to be a vlrtuo
nnd moral suasion Is of no avail,
Tho question which now prosonts Itself Is
whether the law is sufficient for Its own en
forcement In Utah, If so, tho existence of
the plural system, of marriages Is on tho di
rect rond to extinction. If not, sevorer
measures must bo ndoptod to compel acqui
escence In tho authority of tho Uuitod
Stales nnd its Judicial tribunals, which is
higher than that of tho Litter Dty Saints.
Polygamy has had tho fullest opportunity
In demonstrato Its tight to survive. It has
hd tho klndllost consideration from tlio
courts, beginning with tho trlbunit of Its
own Territory nnd ondlng with tho court of
last risort and supreme Jurisdiction, It has
tccclvtd tho full boiicllc of leglslatlvo
rleigyj and has boon convlctod on ovory
point. Now let tho hangman of tho law dj
his duty.
Tim Illlnoli rimintiirnlllll.
Tho Illinois contingent was re-ouforcod
this morning by tho arrival of Judge Lira
bcrt Tree of Chicago, who Is now roitarded
as tho Senatorial possibility in Illinois,
Judge Trco Is a strong Democrat, n good
politician, and has abundant wealth, IIo
sides, he has expressed a dcslro to tako up
his ahodo In Washington a tho representa
tive of his Stato In placo of Cleneral Logan.
Ills arrlvul to-day cioatod fresh Intorost In
i ho largo body of Illinois statesmen who
havo for moro than a wook boon conspicu
ous lu tho hotel lobbies, aud thoro nro nil
soits of rumors of agreements, whoroln
Colonel Morrison's retiromont from tho
raio Is oxprcssed, nnd Uoueral Black's
Inlluenco estimated. Nonoofthoso rumors
have, howovcr, bcon corroborated.
Now that Deacon Oborly has qualified as
an Indian Inspector, it Is hoped ho will soe
that tho red man Is clad In loss paint nnd
more blankets. Journalism lias somo claims
on Colonel Obcrly, nnd It appeals to him
to so nrrango matters that Congressional
Junketing committees will not havo tholr
modesty again shocked whllo In chargo of
territorial duties. But wo call Mr. Oborly'a
(ptcial attention to that neglected triboof
Cigar Storo Indiaus. The Government has
not seen proper to roward tholr silent
fidelity to civilization, but wo feel assured
that Mr, Oborly'a heart will bo touchod by
their muto appeals. Thoro Is a chauco for
a "scoop" hero.
In retiring from tho ministry yostcrday
IZov. Dr. Burchard oxplalnod that tho
church "needed a lighter and youngor
pastor, who could climb any nurabor of
stairs and do missionary work." Tho Bo
I ubllcan party thought that Dr. Burchard
himself was active enough for all practical
purposes, bnt It will not bo displeased
with "n llghtor" man ono who will bol033
of apolitical pllo-drlvor, as It woro.
The onterprlso of tho Xea York OrapMo
Company In starting a Sunday morning
edition of their admlrablo nowspapor is ono
to bo commended and will no doubt bo uni
versally appreciated. Jndging by tho
Initial Issuo of yesterday, with its profnso
ncssof Illustrations and oxcollont literary
features, It Is an assured success from tho
start.
The -Vcio J'urfc World has dlroctod ITonry
W. Moore, managing editor of tho St. Lou'i
roit-Diapatch, to dopart at once for London,
and thero remain as tho IForW correspond
ent until tho termination of tho Anglo
Russian difficulty. Mr. Mooro Is nn Eng
lishman and ouo of tho brightest journalists
In tho West; .
The visit of tho Prcsldout and his Cabl
net to Gettysburg gives tho rounlon thoro
to-day n national aspect that will not bo
lost on tho survivors of that memorable
battle.
Tun President, who Is In Gettysburg to
day, Is expected in Washington again at
half-past nine o'clock this ovoulng. Num
erous delegations arodylng in watt for him.
i
The obje'ctlvo point of tho Virginia poli
ticians just now appoars to bo tho Rich
mond postofilcc. Not less than throo grand
at taiks havo been concottcd for Its capturo.
Pitcfl'jtsson MENDENnAtt, has calcu
lated that tho wolgbtof tho earth Is six
ccxtllllon tons, Docs this lncludo Judgo
David Davis ?
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PEOPLE IN OBHERAX.
Mrs, Thomas A. liendrlcks lett Washington
yesterday for Indianapolis, where tho will
spend tho summer. The Vice-President In
tends to make a tour through tho Northwest
this spring andsummor.
Dr. Uoran of this city, who recently wrote a
life ot Edgar A. Toe, will be one ot the
Bpeaaers at tho unveiling ot the l'oe Monu
ment, In Central l'atk, New York, to-lay,
Mr. Lawrence Ilarrott's dramatic season wilt
end at Montreal May 23.
The literary societies ot tho University ot
Virginia havo invited Postmasfer-'Jeneral
Vilas to addresB them at their Joint celebration
during the approaching commencement.
Tbo Scandinavian roeldonts ot New York
tendered a banquet to tbe nowly-appolnted
Minister to Denmark, Professor IUsmus B,
Anderson ot Chicago, Baturday.nlgbr.
CUatlea Francis Adams, jr., ot Massachu
setts, and Congressman Frank niscockot New
York, the latter with his family, are now In
the city ot Mexico, wth tbe object tn view ot
aUendlng,tbe May festivity to-morrow.
lion, John A. Bwope, who was elected to Con.
grees last winder to mi the vacancy In the
Nineteenth Pennsylvania District, eausod by
tbedeamot Mr. Duncan, Is more than likely
to bo dented tor the lull term ot tho Forty
ntoth OongreBS.
Colonel o. T, Hollletor Is collecting ma
terials tor a biography ot Bohuylor Colin. lie
Is a brother-in-law ol the late Vice-President.
The publishers of tbo Jiarbirt' Qautte, a
weekly newspaper about to baetirtoJ InNeir
York, Intend to mako It as sharp as a ras r.
Mr, Maine has leased for July and August
tbo same cottage at Oar Harbor which he oc
cupied last summer.
It Is rumored in the Cumberland Valley
that Oeorge Altred Townsend will purchase
the Jlaoerstoun Jltra'U and ttmAUgM and Is
sue a' Hepubllcan dally In connection nun
the weekly edition ot that paper.
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Our Interfiled Ciiiileiiiiiornry.
Mr, n. W. Fox, who recontly bought tbo A'u
tlonal llqiuMlcan, Is well-known In New York,
Bays a writer In yenterday'a Tribuni, through
tbe active campaign workwhlch he did amon;
tbe Malno and Logan clubs thre, no epoko
neatly overy night tor t.vo months, lip la a
short, etout man, with a ruddy lacs and gray
halrandnhtixere, lie has a hUtiry. Attbo
outbreak o( tbo civil war he was onoot tho
wealtnlent men In St. Louts, Ills Brra, Chtlds,
Pratt it Fox, was at that time tbe lirgest hard
ware concern went ot the Allegninles, Its
trade stretched oft to the Pacific Ooait. Fox
wan a Union man. When General Frank
Blair was unable to arm and equip tils Union
troops. Fox furnished him the needed funds,
and by tils loyal devotion enabled Blair to
start tho movement that treed Missouri from
rebel domination, Tbo act nearly Impover
ished Mr. Foxi He remained, however, n
prominent factor In tho reconstruction ot Mis
souri. He tormulated the civil system under
which tbe bonds ot Missouri are worth to-day
107 to 108, IIo wan for several years chair
man ot tho Uepublloan State Oommlttoo ot
Missouri. Ids claim agalnBt tbe aoverntnsnt
for 310,000 spent lu equipping Blair's tro jpa
was allowed by tho Court ol Claims, but
thrown out on a technicality raised by the
Attorney-General in Johuson's administration.
rerdliiiuiil IVnrd's lleiflunlng.
There la aetrange story ot Ferdinand Wara'a
antecedents gnloc the rounds ot tbe New
York clubs. In 1601, Ward was known to
Qeneeeo, N, Y,, as a voung, unpromising,
Bblftlesa scamp. Jt people thought ot htm at
all between lttdl and 1870 the years made
glorious by tbe lamo ot tbo man he was des
tined to wrong so deeply they thought of
him as a good-for-naught loafer, a man un
wottbyof respect and one to whom the doors
of decent society were seemingly Irrevocably
closed, IIo was not oven shabny genteel. lid
was a worthless charactor, and made no at
tempt to disguise It, Yet this man, tbrougb
eome devilish development of chariot',
through some metamorphosis as remukable
as unnatural, became during bis short earoar
in tbe metropolis a powor lu the world of
finance, courted by the rich and trusted by
the poor. Tncn he fell, end with him fell the
fortuno and hope and confidence of tbe great,
est soldier ja tho land,-ru(iiiurg Tolegrapb,
THE RICHMOND PQ3TOPFICB.
A rrliiiiirtilnr Coimnt for llio Jlneli
I'.iviIkI i'omIiIihi.
Tho rttl7ons of tho capital of tho Old
Dominion nro very much oxercised about
their futuro postmaster, aud tho contest be
tween tho friends of rival candidate has
atMinud a phase of unusual oxcttomont,
It s a friendly fight, though, betweeti thrco
very popular gentlemen, each claiming the
tupiilorlty of tholr "backers' or lndorssrs.
At llio outset "llvo Richmond worn lu thu
field," but Messrs. Cbarlos P. Bigger nnd
John M. Hlggins having withdrawn, tho
ftilltloil light Ii8s narrowed down tn a tri
angular ouo betweoti Colonol. William 8.
Oilman, tho well-known Journalist; Mr.
William II. Uullingsworth and Colonel
John 1). t'ary, two popular buslnoss moil.
Tho three doli-galions arrived in tho city
this morning nnd wcro soniuwhat disap
pointed to find tho President ami most of
tho Cabinet absent at Gettysburg. Thoy
will thcrcforo havo to remain over until
to-morrow, Mr, Oilman's and Mr. dry's
delegations aro quartered at tho Metropoli
tan, and Mr. Culllngsworth's Is at tho Na
tional. Tho Oilman delegation Is honied
by Mayor Catrlugton and tho Rov. Dr.
Curry, cx-momber of Congres), and tho
Southern ngunt of the Poabody educational
I n ml. Mr. Cullingsworth by Captain
Samuel B, Wilt, commonwealth attorney of
Richmond, and Captain Pago McCarthy,
mid Colonol Cary's by Colonel John II,
Purctll, n well known merchant.
Tho thrco delegations number from too
to twelve each and will wait nit tho Post-iqnttcr-Ooncral
and tho President to-morrow
to present claims of tho ruspoottvo
candidates. All three goutloman stand
high In tho estimation of tho people of
Richmond, and tbo contest Is tho prettiest
nnd liveliest which has boon sprum upon
tho Administration slnco tho -1th of March.
THLEQItAPH WIRES IH EUrtOPU.j;
llie Nj-Moiii OliHervrel In r.nuiliwi,
Viirln nnel In Ovrnmnjr
Mr. llatiko, who represents tbo Itrm ot Sto
utens h Ilolske, tho well-known electrical on
gtheors ot Berlin and London, arrived la New
Yolk recently from London. He has lately
made a trip through Europe with avljwof
studying tho operation of the electric motir
evatems In use in dllTeront European cities.
In speaking ot tbo attempt made by tho people
ot New York State, througb tbo Legislature, to
compel tbo plactug undor ground of tbe tele
graph and telephone wires, Mr. llapko call!
"lu London tho postonico bold to tlio rule that
where a large number of wires have to bo car
ried along a street or road thoy must bo burled
underground. In Paris tho excellent system
of sowore enables tho telegraph onitnoerti
lay his wires In lead pipes fastened to the top
of tbo arch.
"In Germany tlio oxtgenclos of war and of
cltraato led to tho completion ot the under
ground system vt telegraph wlros lu 1832. Al
though tho top-graph wires are subtrranoan,
tbo telephono lines bave beon cirrlod over
head, but tho Legislature has lately Inter
fered and ordered tho telephone wires to bo
burled also, A similar course Is bolng fol
lowed In Vienna, whore both telegraph and
telephone wires were, until within a short
time, carried on brackets along tbo front ot
the house. Tho subterranean eyotom Is psr
feetly practicable, the change Is most desir
able nnd It Is to bo hoped that tho local author
ities tn this city (New York) till lose no tlmo 'n
mrutlng on Its execution before the telegraph
and telephone companies add many moro tona
to tbe weight ot iron which they havo sus
pended overhead."
BIIhn Cliveliiml to IlioOlrls.
Tho following appoal to girls was written
by Elizabeth Clovcland, tbo present mistress
of tho Whito IIouso, nnd was published In
tho J'oitfa's Temperance miner, Fob. 18, 1832:
I wish somo strong, bright angel stood bo
fore you Just now, while you read, girls, to
flash before you, na no words ot mlue can, tbo
power you possess to help or to hinder tho
cause rt temporance, to make you feel your
responsibility, because you aro girls. In Ibe
matter: toBhudder at lte weight nnd to never
cento trying to rulull It. Doubtless yon navo
beard a great deal about tho value of your
smiles; but do you kniw tho value ot your
trowi.s? I wish I could mako you feel tho
value ol your frowns, and the ltuporun.ee ot
knowing Just what to frown upon. Wont a
roan must do by a blow a woman can do by a
frown. Whon the tlmo conies that tho young
man who now shares his ttmo In your aoclety
and tho saloon, who Jokes about temperance
lu your prt-eunco and takes n glass Boclally
now and then, Is made to toel that these things
cannot bo if you nro to bo his companion at
party, rldn or church! that good society can
net tolerate these things In Its members: In
short, tbat this kind ot man Is uutashlonable
and unpopular thon alcohol will tremble on
Its throne.
Lincoln mill tlio ChI'h TiII.
Approprlato to tho present rage for decol'oto
dresres umnng ladles la tho following anecdote
related of Frcsldent Lincoln; "Ono evonlng
Mr p. Lincoln swept with magnificent dress
Into tho library where tbo President was wait
ing to escort her Into tho brilliant roceptlon
fiarlor. tier dress was composed ot a very
ong train, but cut l)w at tho neck, Lincoln
was standing with his back to the Urn when
his wlto entered, 'ffhewl' said Old Abe,
'what a long tall our cat has ti-ulght.' Mrs.
Lincoln made no answer, and the President
continued t 'Say, mother, don't you think It
would be better If somo ot our cat's tall was
around her neck',' " f Urooklyn Magazine.
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AMUSEMENTS.
A SrABON OF Mcsic-A brilliant series ot
musical events Is announced lor tbe prossni
week, Tbe Thomas concert tbtsovenlug will
hooneot unusual attraction aud oxcellonco.
To-morrow evening the reproduction ot "Pa
tience" at Albaugh's will again call out a
large nnu raBnionanio auaience. un weaaes
day afternoon and oventng Tnomas' concirts
offer delightful programmes, and Thursday
evening tbe ThurBby testimonial conoert at
Albaugh's promises to bo a memorable and
enjoyablo musical event. Tho week or musi
cal treats will close with the Oboral Society,
conceit at Albaughs, which, like those pre
ceding It, promisor to bo an admirable una tn
eveiy respect. Tbe summer opera season at
Ford's h(so opens tble week aud promises n
feerles ot attractive evenings. The encerprlse
statted under such favorable auspices de
serves liberal patronage.
Hie Dijie Museum, Arno Walker, who has
gained considerable reputation as an emo
tional actress, will appear at the Dime Muse
um to night, to-morrow afternoon and oventng
In "Tbe Two Orphans," taking the part of
Lmtte; on Wednesday and Thursday "East
Lynne" will bo given, and on Friday nnd S it
urday "Joshua Whltcomb," in which Den
Thompson achieved such a uame
Tiiiatbe Comique. A very attractive bill Is
offered tbls weok, consisting: ot burlesque
opera and variety. The well-known quartet
from tbo Amy Oordon oompany will be tno
principals lu a burlesque on "The Pirates ot
Penzance," entitled "Ye Oyster War of the
Bivalve Qrapplers ot the Potomac." Among
tbe specialists are Myles Morris, tbo Irish vo
calist: Carroll and lllckor, in song and danco:
John Forbes, banjolst. A grand minstrel
eceue representing, "Life In the South," will
precede tbe olio, Matinees wilt be given only
on Tuesday, Thursday nnd Saturday.
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On lYr.DNEStMY morning, May 0, (it 10
o'clock, we will offer for sale, by nuetlm, a
larm uinslgtirt)eiit of lurnltitre, conslnttng ot
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Dainnikt Chamber Butt'a tn Ash, Chorry aud
llalk woodsi Carpets tn Body Brussels nnd
Ingrain, In llio roll nnd made-up Mimiti) M it
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binds and crates cmckory, embracing T tele
wore and 1 filet Kets, In White, Decoratid and
Ooldt 'J5 Uoin Brooms, two, throo and tour
r-lilnrs. Tho attention of those desiring housi1-lie-ld
articles is particularly called to this atl.
Wo will offer n large variety of Seoonl
Iland Furniture, the effects ot parties deellu
li g housekeeping for thn aunimor. ftottse
keepniS'Wlll be cortaln to find rarobirgilas
In this lot. Wo shall nlnn offer Mlscsllineous
(lords. Wn name: Mattresses, Blnglo and
Double. In Hair, Excelsior nnd llnstti H.irlug
Bide, Children's Wagons, Brushes, llttenalon
Tahlia and Decks, rhslre, Dlntng-Iloom nnd
Hi ckers, Creckery 1'nckagoK.
An Inflection by purchasers ot any of those
lines Is cordially lnvltod,
mya.gt n. 0. Wr.LI.B ,li CO.
PERSONAL
7 ESSOSB IN PORTIIAIT, UNIHOAPE,
J-i uower arid china palutlug; UQ cents per
lesson. BtudloloiaB'hBt. n.w. tnyl-Jt
CIVIL BEUVK'E EXAMINATION. BOOOESBI
Bend 10 cents for questions nnd answers
Ity Institute, n.w. cor. 18th nnd K. my Kit
AN INDUSrillOUB NEWBUOY, 3. II.
JIny nee, has opened a cigar and stationery
Hand at 110 1st St. n. w. all should give htm
nealh my2 lit
A LADY tt ISIIEB TO FOItil TIIU ACQUAINT
anee of ii gentleman ns a friend to assist
her. Aduress Miss Annie Baum, Orltio ofH:o.
npflt3t
KEEP YOOlt TEMPEIt, OENTd, EVBN IF
tbo Fureytb O.lfe, nlB 10th St., servos
( no 1 5c. meals n day ot tho very beet material
to bo had In the matket. np'JD-ll
LLOYD'S OIliniNAL WASQINOTON 23-ar.
Express; baggage checked nt resldeucut
fmnlluie carefully removed. Offices, 100J F
Bt. n. w.i -1B1 Pa. nve. n. w.. Tolophonn No.
BUM. npin-Oi
1"II. LEON,
110 D Btrcet Northwest.
ni'2'2
Hours, 11 to 0.
Dlt. AND MME. BELDEN, S20 MISiOUltl
nvo. (near-l'jet below Pa. ave. n.w.),
Ibe most skillful Ladles' Doctors In tho United
BiatiBi ui arly forty years successttil practice;
remedies for Irregularities safe, healthy and
cannot fall; price JD; call or wrlto; omcu nl
waya open. nltl-tf
IF YOU WANT TO DUY, BELL, KENT Oil
Irnde city or country property, como and
res the great bargains at William 11. Mala h
Bro.'e, Bt. Charles Hotel, cor. ot Third et. and
Penn.avenuo.
PATTEP.80N, NO. 801 E ST., BEItVES TIIE
best 16-cent meal In tho city; call and try
them; full mcalp, 20 cents. fe!3-tf
JL. KEKVAND, 1013 PENN. AVE., EN-
graver, Plate and 00 visiting cards, 80
cents: CO cards from eamo Plato, -15 cents:
100 cards printed from plate, 70 cents.
MEDICINE FOll DOOB.
All Diseases cured.
OEOllOE WOOnillDGE,
0C13 Cor, -IX et.nnd M.t.nvo. s. w,
LAPIEH "COMPOUND PILLS OF TANdY"
nre perfectly ento nnd nlwnyn effectual.
Bealed particulars, 2c. Wilcox SpoclUc Modi
cluoCompany, Philadelphia. Pa. tu-th-s
LADIES-PENNYROYAL PILLB ("OUIGHKS
ter's English"), tbe only genuine, sale,
certain and effectual. Bealed particulars, 4c.
Chichester Chemical Co., 2313 Madison sr.,
Pnlladelphla, l'a. Jr-il-ftid
FOR RENT-Rooms.
Advertisements of Three Lines under tblsboad
Inserted three times for 2r, cents,
I70U IlENT TWO UNFURNISHED 1100S13,
: both adjoining; no children In tbo liouso;
near Bcolt Circlet references. 1G01 O St.. cor.
10th Bt. my! -at
I70B I5ENT-A NEWLY.FUItNISDED FKONT
room; prlvato family; terms moderate;
convenient to Pension omce. 727 (1th et. n, w.
my2 at
17011 F.ENT-3 UNFUItNHIIED COMUUNI
7 eating rooms, suitable for housekeeping,
with modern improvements, at 1115 7th et. n.
w., upstairs. myl-3t
F
on BENT FUhNIsnCD AND unfuh,
nlshed rooms: southern exposure: nil
neat nnd pleasant. 401 3d Bt. n. w. np30 3;
F
Oil KENT 2 PLEASANT 2D-STOnY UN-
furnished rooms: eas and bath! near
iscoit Circle; no children in house; references.
lllOlOsr., cor. IQtb. ep20 31
I?On BENT A NEWLY.FURNI811ED FRONT
V rcom, 727 0th st. n.w. ap2-3i
F
OR RENT TRONT ROOM, 3D 8T0RY
central location; new turnituro; private
family. 10 Orant Place n.w.
ap28-3t
I?OR BENT-NEATLY I'URNI3U.E0 SECOND
. story room for JO; also ono tor $3; will
beard n lady for $0; modern conveniences.
235 2d it. n, w. np28-3t
14 OR RENT-FIVE UNFURNIBIIED, ROOMS
' lu good condition nnd with modern Im
provements. 1023 Madison St. n.w.; refer
enccfl exchanged. ap2d Ot
FOR SALE-Houses.
1710U SALE RESIDENCE" IN BERKELEY
' Sprlajs, W. Vu.: will BUlt for Mar Hub
bouse; 15 rooms; a good garden. W. II. Ffske
&C0. 1210 F St. n.w. Bp20-3i
I?01t SALE-OIIEAI'-IN N. E. SEC FRAME
! lioueo and lut 68x115 to alley; will suit
tor poultry-rn'Blcg orwoodyard, W. II. Flsko
&0u1215 Fist.n. w. ap20 Ot
F
OR BALE BAROA1NS-BIII0K UOUdE 033
M et.. bet. t)th and 10th St. u. w. (11
ruomtlt brick house 1U0S Uth et. n. w. (8
ruCUlB). A. LLOYD,
Marshal Law Building,
old ;no dVit t. n. w.
FOR RENT-Houses.
.vvsvvvvww-vwvwwywwywywwwwn
Advertisements ot Three Lines uiidcr this head
Insert! d.tureo tlmrs for 25 cenui.
: known as the Critic building. Apply to
Bwormetedt & Bradley, 028 1' St. n. w. a27-(lt
ITiOltatENT VERY DESIRABLE HOUSE, 12
? rooms, 831 11th et, n, w,; all modern
Improvements; large side lot tor garden;
splendid location; (GO per month, Oeo. W.
Drl vorj np'JS Ot
BOARDING.
TADLE BOARD-BY THE DAY OR MONTH;
also inealB cent nut to families, Mrs. Re
becca Browmcateress, 1007 Est. n.w. au20-3t
B0ARDIN0-1N A PRIVATE FAMILY, A
nlcely-furnlsbed tront room with urst
class board; batb and homo comforts. 800 K
at. n. v. "Tr.8""
THE LA PIERRE, B. W. CORNER OF TENTH
and E Btre-etB, and the Locblel, 012 Ninth
st. n, w., with pleasant rooms aud good board,
aro recommended to permanent and transient
boarders. Jyl2
LOSJANDJFOWW.
I710UND-DATEAU TAKEN UP ADRIFT; 10
; feet longt owner can get the same by
rrovlnL- property nnd naylne charces. Call
on George Tnomas Toombe, N and Hi sts, u. w,
inyl.3t
WANTED TO BUY FOR HASH A 8107
loom housot muet bo a barg-ilu. Ad
dress Box A, Crltlooniee. my Hit
WA
ANTED SEVERAL nOUSEB AND LOTS
lor cash purchasers, aud to rent to re
sponsible tenants. W, II. Flsko k Oj,, 1210
F Bt. n. w. my2 3t
ANTED-TO rUltOHASE A NEW HOUSE
ot 8 or 0 rooms; -centrally located!
price not to exceed (0,500; part cash and bal.
ance In one, two and three years, or on month
ly payments. Address Drawer 711, City P. O,
roy2-3tt !
FOR SALELot3.
FOR BALE-DEAUTirUL SUBURBAN LOTd,
25x100 teet, fronting Uladensburg Tarn
Elite, lu flight nl Btrott-cars, t3U0; $100 cash,
alance 15 per month, Neat 5-room cotugea
built at lowest contract rates; flOOcasu, bal
ance In o years, or monthly payments it pre
ferred, TnOMAI A. MITCHELL,
opO-tl 03 1 F street, Rooms fi and 0.
pUEAPEST LOTS IN THE CITY. '
BEAUTIFUL BITES ON. COLUMBIA HEIGHTS,
fronting on 13th street extended and en nol
mead road) being fashionable drive from
14th stree't to Soldiers' DomePark;
BMALL 0A8H PAYMENTS;
long deferred payments for balance i small
rate of Interest! property rapidly Increasing
In valuet etreeta newly graded, wltbguitors,
water nnd gas lamps,
Lot" eold torO per cent, nf purchase money
lu cash, aud balauce lu montbly payments to
BUlt.
Street. cars run within ono sijunro ot all
these lots.
A rare chance for great bargains.
For full particulars, plat ot ground and
terms, apply to
nENRYD.OREEN.or
JOHN E.BEALL,
miSl-tt llli'ot, n,w,
SPECIAL ffOTlCES.
-32. HFCIIFTAIIV AND TltrUSITllKn
OArllOI,, NimTIt I) ST. fc HOUTII WASII-
iMoroN railwav oojtrAiv,
convru nn anii ii hth, n. w
WAflniOTem, D. a , May 4, 18H5.
Notlco Is hereby glvou that the rendlar nn
nunl meeting of tun Btockbnllersof iheO-ip.
ltol, North o street k south Washington lull
way Company for tho purpoio ot electing
eevcii (7) Direct irs to eervo for th'i ensuing
year, will bo held nt tbe office of tho Oimniur,
corner 3d nnd B sis. n. w,, HVTUltmY, Mayo,
38EO, between tho hours of. 1 and Ou'cluckp,
m.ef said day.
Tbe Bonks for the transfer ot Stock will be
clorcd from tho Bth to ten nth totint Inctu
mvp, 0IIA8. Wiling President.
W. E. BOUOnTON, Secretary. inyl-St
yfftSSTttli ANNUAL MEEriNfJ OF THE
WSi stockholders ot tho Evening Orltio
Publishing Company lortho purpose of elect
ing trustees for tho ensuing year nnd tbo
transaction of aucn other buBlneesns may he
presented, will be held nt the O'ltlo office, 1)11
D it., Washington, D. O,, on MONDAY, June H,
IBRD, between the hours ot 11 o'clock a, m.
and 12, m of said day.
1ULLET KILBOUItN,
myd-td l'resldmif.
w&
H01EL DUBOUIB,
1728 Ponnn. Ave. N. W.
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
Bummer Board-By tho weok, $3 by the
month, (22. my4 .'loi
TTWC7j,rLET0HER M, E. CUIIROII, N. Y.
USo nve. and 4th ft, n.w, Itovlval serv
ices overy nlRht next week. Expect to nave
with us to preach tho following Bunday,7.15
f; in, Rov. Mr. Black; Monday, Rev. ,1, 0.
lageyi Tuesday. Rev. Harry France; Wednea
dny, Rev. Dr. Owens; Thursday, Rev, M. F.
B. Rtce. Sabbatu school, 0:30 a. m. and tlitlo
p.-m. my2-lt
VfpCJatCONOREOATlONAL CHURCH. TIIE
y pastor, 8. M, Newman, will preach
In toe morning nt 11 o'clock; communion at
close of morning eervlco: In tho evening the
tiunlversnry ot Ibe Washington BlbleSictoty
will bo held; Ilev. Dr. Petres, thn president,
will preside, and several addroesos will be
made. It
VfCSa.NORTU OAI'ITOL M. E. OHUHOH,
W'fiEr cor. N. Capitol aud K sts., Rev. 1. 0.
Uagey, pastor. Owing to the refitting ot the
tburcb tbo congregation will worship to-morrow
In Uespnl Tcmporanco Hall. No, 203 let,
li. w.i ntU.30a. m., H lObotu-achooli 11 a. m ,
preaching by tbe pastor, and likewise at7tl
p.m.: thoOospel tcmporanco school as usual
at 3:30 p. m.i North Capitol M. E. Church
will bo reopened by an all-day meeting on
tbo 1()IU In'tmt (nexi Bibbalh). It
Xlr&'
,OTH 133UE OF BTOOK.
EQUITABLE
CO-OPERATIVE BUILDINO AS300IATION.
Assets, March 2S, 1881, 1 tTI.B5.2t.
Subscription Hooks are now open for shares In
thetub Issue. Sulinerlptlonii and Payment can
b inede at tbeofllce or the Hccrelnrydatfjfrnai
8:30 a. m, to 4:10 p. m., or at the meeting of the
AHloelBtlon.MAY 0, 1883, 7 O'CLOCK 1'. M at
Marlnl'a Hall,
Monthly Payments are 11.50 per share.
rAmphlet explaining tbe nbjee t of tbo Associa
tion, Us advantages, renellts, &ct will bo fur
nished nod subscriptions received lv
1 hos. bomervllle. President 318 13th st. n. w.
Iir. A. J. Kcharrhlrt, V. PDrunist.IX a N.Uup.
Ufa. VI. Caslleur, 2d V. V ...Chief enir. Ilu of Kujr.
Bent. V. Fuller Disbursing Officer ARr. Dept.
I'red. W. l'rstt Flro K Lire Inn. ARt., ln ,, D sta
ll. ll.Twonihley (mice fuollo Printer.
I nwrence UardnerHbeo. Kud't. Life 911 FBt. n. w.
Dr. Oeo. W. Usher Huweuu-OetierM'B Odlce
Yon. A Flsb Assessor's Odlre, 4 St.
Hon. Kills ipenr...Hollcltor Patents, 927 F st. n. w.
(leo, w, Hnrane-s via II st, n. w.
11. ltcblnson....ilobluaon, Pnrlter A Co., Clothiers.
( 'rati. B. Hal Icy Hec. (las Co., 10th st.
II. ltlttenhouee .Teller, Klggs&Go. llsntc.
-las II. Savllle Attorney.nt.Law, 812 Dst. n.w,
J. Whit. Iterrnn Kveulnir Star Olllce.
It. K. Wlllard....8ec. Col Fire Ins., 1110 F St. n. w.
John K llerrell Cur. 10th St. nnd Pa. ave s. e.
(). H. Price Druggist, 420 Tin st. s. w.
Dr. liobt. rieytuirn, Br ...I.HI F st n. w.
J. Wesley Hotelrr, ("en. Hut Ins. Co ,oth A i"a.av.
F. T, lion sar, B. & O.Tlcket 001ce,14th st. A Pa av,
(leo. a, fhrliun Lumber Dealer. 7tn-st. whan
J.D. Free.Jr Itnokstore. 1313 F st. n, w.
JNO. JOY EDSON, Bcrotary,
Office, 017 F st. n. w.
Office hours. 8.30 a. m. tn 4 30 p. m. mvl-lt
fga,25 SPECIAL BAROAINa
YOUNO'B,' 102 7th Bt.
Remember Lady and Children in Window.
For Oente: Patent Leather Ties, tl.23.
Haud-Bcwcd Onlters $1, wortn to.
lland-Bewed Walkpha&t 3.50, worth $5.
lland-eened Oxfords $3, worth $1.
Mat Kid ond Calf Ties (3, worth $1.
Oxford Button and Ties $2, worth $3.
The Comfort Shoo $1 60, worth 1 2.
Ei gllsh Too Bals, and Ties $1', worth $1.00.
Boje" Oxford Button and Lace $1,00, wortn
Youth Button $1, Youth Lnco 75o.
For Lndtea: Whito Kid Slippers $1.25.
Llegaut Hand-sowed Button (3.75, worth $5.
Hand-i inched Kid Button $2.70, worth $1.
Mat Diid Dress Kid Button $2 00, worth $3.
Foxed and Kid Button $1 (JO, worth $2.00.
Lasting and Foxed Button $1,20, worth $2.
rino Oxlord Ties $1.70. worth 1 2.60.
2-Bow Sandals and Ties $1, worth $l,.r0.
UouBeSIIppere, 10, 20, 40 and OOcte.
Mlstes'and Oblld'e slippers 00;., worth 75c.
Child's Spring Heel Button 50;., worth 70c,
Infants' Button and Lice, 25, 35 and GO cts,
Electric Shoes $2.00, Soles 60c.
YOUNO'B Shoo nnuse, 402 7th et.
WgSJpa, VIRGINIA BEACH HOTEL
ortN ron ouests may ig, 1803.
Situated on tho Atlant'o Coast, 0 miles south
of Cape Henry: 18 miles Irom Nor
folk by Railroad.
Beach for bathing, unexcelled, and nn under
tow. Free from mosquitoes, ino House Is
first-class In all Its nppolntmonts. Telegraph,
telephone nnd prompt mall facilities. Oood
Honing and- boating. For terms, which aro
reasonable, npply to
J. P. HORBA0H fc CO.,
Virginia Beach Hotel, Va.
For further Information and circulars npply
to J. W, BOTELER k BON,
023 Pa. ave, n, w , Washington, D. O.
ViyCS5WANTED-TllB LADIES OF WAJH
yc2i lugton to know that
MISS OAVANAUQH,
Drrssmaker, formerly ot 401 Pa, ave. n. w.,
has nut lett Washington, but Is located at
430 Ninth street northwest.
Rtley Building. ap27-lm
TAXES I TAXES I
Tax-payers can eavo a discount In the settle
ment ot general nnd Bpeclal taxes by calling
WILLIAM DICKSON,
221-1 et.n, w.
npl7-lmo
yfpGaTH.E best MEAL IN THE OITY
WSST only 25 cents.
Excellent lunch, JO nnd 10 cents The Oar
Held Dining Rooms, 008 F st. n. w. roome for
rent. W. T. CRUMP, Proprietor.
FOR SALEMiscellaneous.
Advertisements of Thrco Lines under this head
Inserted three times lor ' cents.
I7I0R SALE-CHEAP-BLAOK SuilETvERY
! stylish In baruese ana saddloi will ox
charge for anolbor horse. Inquire nt Ex
cbnngo Hotel, cor, 3d and Pa, ave. Win. Main
ftBru. my l-3t
ITiOR BALE-THE MOST COMPLETE MEAT
. and provision etoro In the city; will eotl
cheap lor cash, Call on E. A, Mclnttre, 018 F
Bt, n. w,, or n. w, cor. Gth and N eti. n. w.
my-1.3i
170R SALE A DOUBLE-OARED OUTRIGGER
' boat, inllrst-class order, can be eeen ut
Cumberland's boatbouse; named "LUlto;" n
bargain at $30; good reason for selling. Ad
dress CD., Orltio omce. iny2-3i
IT
OR BALE "BUN TYPE-WIHTEIl;" PRICE
$12; does good work easier and taster
than the pen. "Callgraph Office." IIJ3 1' St.
1?0R FALE TWO PLYMOUTH ROOK HENS,
fullbieed, at 1718 Fst. n. w. myl-31
IJiOIl BALE A MOBLER, BAHMAN k CO.'S
.' sate; goon as new. pneo, etc., apply at
Business Onico Eveulng Critic.
myl-it
1?0R 8ALE-FIRST-OLA8S FRUIT STORE; A
. good opportunity for those wishing to
buy. Apply at 1117 Fst. n.w. ap30 3t
I 7011 SALE-FURNITURE AND UNDERTAK
! lug establishment at Berkeley Springs,
W. Va,j been estirtillshed -10 yeans: owner re
tires because ot ago and slckneBS, W. II. Flskn
ft Co., 1210 Fet. n. w. ailKlt
T7I0R SALE-OROOERY AND PROVISION
Jj i tore cheap for cash! splendid location.
Apply at carriage factory, (130 a st, n. w.
ap2U-3t
I 7011 BALE MALE BE TIER PUP, ADDRBS3
? Dog, Orltio office. ap2U-3f
I70R BALE-A LADY ON ACCOUNT OF
death In family will eell now dreBsee,
made and unmade, very cheap; also baby
carr(ago, Inqulro at 320 Pa, ave., City Uotol,
looml. ap2i).3t
1?0R BALE-OIOAll AND NEWS STAND,
: now doing n good business; dwelling at
tached ; good reasons lor Belling. No. (105 4V,
at. 8. w. an28-Ht
IrolliSALE-rSEVfcRAL ESTEY AND OTIIKIl
; line parlor, chapel and church organs
for salu at u gr"tt sacrl tlco for cash or on. easy
lermsatO.L. wild tuiro.'s, 700 7tn al.n, w.
TJAItOAIrT,
FOR BALE Btono grist mill, 2 run of stone.
In Virginia: at railroad ; 0 mllee ihlsslde of
Fredericksburg! Imperishable stono dami
good, steady custom i four Uoors; one tilted
up tor country etoro: it sold Boon will take
$1,400 casbi several trains dallyi II., F. & p.
It. It. Address M. Wltbertiee, 1325 (Jorcorau
ttreot. ap22.Ht
I70R BALE-IF YOU WANT TO BUY, BELL,
: oxcbangoorblro Horse', Carriages, Har
ness, etc., go to Downey's. Every facility for
furnishing complete turnouts.
WM. F. DOWNEY,
Stables and Repository L 8t., bet. 10th nnd
u, 17th bio, w. apO-lm
WANTEDHelpFomale.
Advertisements of T hrre Lines under tbls head
Inserted three tlmea lor 2J cents.
WANTED-A OOODTIDY OIItL lO DO
housework: no wnshlngi musi brine
references. 1008 10th st. n, w. niy-l :h
WANTED A WOMAN TO DO OENtflUL
housework: reforonens required, and
must co homo nt night. Apply at 1117 M st.
n, w. my 1-3.
WTl VTliMlbvKKNSINOTOS AltTCO.
Ail I VAJ female help ti do our light,
plensant work at their homes. Bent by mall
promptly to tiny address: nooanvnsslnar; eay
io learn, and nny ono can enrn from 17 1 $10
per week. For full Intormattoii, nddresi Kux-
BIN0T0N.AI1T BOOMS, 10 Poatl St., 11 IStOO,
Mass., Box 0078. myl-eodlit
TTANTED t 01IIL OR WOMVN FOR
VV light housework nnd help Unocal out
two children. Apply nt!123 F.I, ave, n. w.
mi2 3i
WANTED-1MMKDIATELY, A 8ECTLED
colored woman aa nure to taao otro ot
n lady and Infant. Apply to 1828 II st. u, w,
myl-3i
TITAN TED-A NEAT YOUNG OIRL, WHO IB
Ti willing nnd obliging, to do light worn
about tho house; no washing nor lronlngi
mutt slay nights. Apply ut onco at fl'.l 1, t.
n. w, myl..1t
w
AN1ED-A OIRL FOR LIOHT IIOUaE-
work. Osll nt 817 Oth st. n.w. myl-n
WANTED A SETTLED WOMVN TO COOK
nnd do general housework lu n small
family; must slny at nights hnd bring refer
etees. Apply at .'ipso 1' st. n. w. np30 lit
WANTED Oini. TO DOtlENERAL HOUSE
work. Inqulro at HID st. u. w, at
once op30 3i
WANTED A WHITE WOMAN AS OOOKt
no washing nor ironing. Apply ntUM
O st, n. w, np30 3i
-I-fTANTED - A REBPEOTADLE WHITE
YV woman to do renernl houaowork lu a
smell fnmilyi must brlog good rotorences.
Apply nt 1337 Oth et.n. w. np21l-3.
WANTED AT 130(1 G Bt. N. W AN EX.
pcrloncod settled woman to do genernl
housework; wnges $10 a month, and must
Btsy nights; bring references. ap21i.'lt
WANTED-Holp-Malc.
Advertisements ol Three Lines under tbls head
Inserted tbicetlmis for S3 cents.
WANTED-A BOY OF ABOUT 1BYEARST0
drlvo a horse and buggy and mako htm
self useful In tbe house, c-tll, with city rofer
ences niter 0 p. in , nt 2018 O rt. n. w. ml-3t
WANTED 8TR0NO, A0T1VE OEHMAN
boy, 10 years old, desires a place In a
grocery Btoro. Inqulro nt 1027 12th st. n. w.
mrl-31
WANTED - MAN AND HALF-GROWN
family on fruit farm, mile from (lion
wrod Cemetery: hoiiBO and fuel free; $25 per
month. Also single bands. Inquire at Com
oteiy gate. C. Biewqir. my2-3t
WANTED YOUNG MAN IN A PENSION
attorney's ofilcoi ouo who understands
the buelniBs; good rcreroncee roqulrod. Ad
dress Box 714, Oily p. O. my'2-0t
WANTED 2 ENEIK1ETI0 MEN TO BELL
tho "Sun Typo-Wrlleri"'o recent Inven
tion; warranted to do good work easier and
fatter thon iho pen. Apply, with references,
nt "Oallnrnpli oniee," nj'l F at. nn'20 3t
AdverllsementBof Three Lines under this head
Inserted thtee tfmca for 2& cents,
WANTED-AmTUATioN Tt 'X'yOUNG
(lorman girl In a family nt 2 or 3, tor
gencial housework. Apply at 817 Gth st.
n.w. np3ti-3t
WANTED-A SITUATION BY A RESPEffT
able white girl to do chamberivork and
sewing; can gtvo references. Apply ot2B00
I st.n. w. ap30-3t
WANTED BY A WIDOW LADY, WITHOUT
nny family, a place as housokeooeror
ns a r lln bower, at $3 a week; no objection to
tbocoiintry. Apply at 0 Oth st.n. 0. u303t
WANTED WASHING TO DO AT HOME
for families, Flret-class work. Oill at
2217 Boundary Bt. A, M. Beckct. ap2l) 3t
WANTED A SITUATION A3 NURSE; WILL
gtvo the best otclty references. Address
1312N. J. avo. up23-3'.
WANTED-A LADY W18UES BEWINO IN
private family: children's clithee a
specialty; terms very reasonable. Address E.
B Critic Ofllce. ap20-3t
WANTED-BY A SETTLED COLORED
woman a situation ae nurse; willing to
travel. Apply at 423 Franklin Bt. ap27 3t
ANTED BY A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
house cleaning or washing; will go out
by the day. Address M, J,, East Capitol et, P.
O. ap27-3i
"V7ANTED (SITUATION AS HOUSEKEEPER
ll ornurBo to nn invalid) can glvo sood
reftrencea. (Jill nt 12:it l.'iih et. no27 3t
WANTED--Siiuations-Male.
Advertisements ot Ihiee Lines under this head
Irserted three timeslor 23 ceots,
WANTED-BY COLORED BOY A PLACE
as waiter, and Is willing to make him
Belt useful around tno house. Addrosa Box is,
Critic onico. my l-3i
TS7ANTED-BY A RELIABLE COLORED
I I UJUU I. DllUnitUU U. UUfDk V. MUU.Q .U.
Good referencea furnlsbed. Call at No. -105
Baar's alley, bet, Gth Bt. and N. J. avo. and Q
and Frnnkllu Bta. my2 3:
WANTED-BY EXPERIENCED COLORED
man situation as porter tn etore or drive
business wsgon; can glvo good references.
Address W. U Critic oiuch. myl-Oi,
WANTED A SITUATION BY A COLORED
boy as waiter In a bourdlng-buuse or
prlvato family, Address box O, Critic office.
np30-3t
WANTED-BI TUATION BY A BOY 17
yoars ot nee lu a commission or whole-
I esle house where ho could learn the business;
written goon nana; inorousniy noneet, aud
willing to make himself useful: wages not at
present an objtct; tbo beet ot references re
garding ability, character and Integrity. Ad
dress J. S. P. Orltio onico. ep30-3t
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN WI Til CON
sldoiable experience In grocery busi
ness, a situation In grocery etore; can turutsb
satisfactory references. Address 020 E st. n.
w. ap30 3i
WANTED A BIIUATION BY A WHITE
boy, IG years old, in a store or to drive
cairlaBC. Address Box X. Orltio office. n20 3t
WANTED-Rooms. "
VVVVVVVVVSA'VVV'VVVVirsVsf'VVVVVVVVN
WANTED- A QUIET GENTLEMAN DE
aires a nice room with modern con
veniences Irom a pleasant widow lady where
thero are no other roomers: bet. Utu and 12ih
and Eand M sts. n. w,t not to exceed $8 per
month. Address J. M. B., Crltto oCloe, in2-3t
WANTLD-BY THREE ADULTS TOUR UN
lurnlthed rooms on 2d Uoor for light
boueekeepmg; n, e. sec. preferred) terms
must be moderate. Address, stating price, R.
M. II., Crltlo office. apotl 3i
WANTED-A FRONT HALL IlOOMiMUSC
booastoflOth Bt, and west ot7thst,;
Btato location and price. Addrosa Permanent.
Crulo office. np21) 3i,
WAN TED Miscellaneous.
Advertisements of Throe Lines under this bead
inserted three times for 13 cents,
WANTED WHITEWASHING, HOUSE
cleaning and sodding work done at rea
sonable rates, Apply at 010 Othtt n w.
my4-3t
WANTED-DRESMAKINO DONE CHEAP-
i or thau elsawheru. Good work gurauteed.
At QUI Blith Dtreet northwest. op2 3t
WANTED-A RESPONSIBLE PARTY TO 03
cupy2dand3d lloora and 2 rooms on
first floor ot a furniebed houBe, and board 2
persons In payment fur rout, Call at 1111 Uth
Bt. n. w. np2U-0i
WANTED-EVENING EMPLOYMENT OF
any kind. Address Box 71 btar onico,
np28-3l
ANTED-A CHILD'S NURSE; WAGES $t
to $0; also an excellent laundress to
tako washing homo by the month. Apply at
once at 1B28 11 st. n. w, np24-3t
"WANTED-BRICK-I WANT 16,000 8E0
Vl ond-haud brick for oellari send me
Ei leo delivered cm wharf. I nlso want frame
ouee built and want to exchange n oily lot or
new piano lu pact payment, o. O, o Orltio
onice, np2B-3t
AKTED-ALL TO KNOW THAT DR. TAY
lor, 1)31 V street, near Tenth, makes'?
beautiful seta ot artificial teeth for $5: guar
anteed to Rive full satisfaction i extracting
with gas, chloroform or local anesthetics, 60
coutei without, UG centui lining at very low
prices. 0021)
FOR ENGRAYED AND PRINTED
VISITING OARDS
00 TO
FREE'S, 1Q43 F ST.
Hate nud GO Cards, $2i 100 Prluted Cards,
fl. OppQBlte Ebbltt House,
.s" I .ii. i.
quy Your Books andStatIonery
AT
TWO BXOIUis,
v AMUSEMENTS.
A MlAUem'H utiiuil Opcni-Moiise.
THREE GRAND FESTIVAL OONOERTB.
THEODORE THOMAS
And His own Orchestra ot Sixty Musicians.
hoLoiars i
MME. FURSCH-MADI MI-8 EMMA JUOIt,
Soprnnns,
MISS nATTlE -I. CLAPPER, Contralto.
MR, WM J. WINCH, Ti nor
MR, MAX HKINIllnll, Basso, and
MME, AMELIA FRIKDEIltOK MVTERVA.
From tlio Imperial Opera, Vienna,
MoudBy Evening, May 4( Wednesday After
noon, Muy (li Wednesday Evening, May (I,
salo ot trserved seats for elnglo concerts
now open.
l-rlrm, $12.00, 82 mill 81,50.
Oericrol Admlmlon ,4t.0
ioitii'H oi'r.itA-iiousi:.
Bummer Trices. Bummer P. Icoi.
STANDARD ENGL'BU OPERA.
ALrA NORMAN. ZELDA BEOUIaT.
Prima Donna Siprano, Prima DonuaOontralt H
rj.L.Ui. x,VAno, DOiriiuu,
Tenorai narllonesi
OEO. W.TIIAVERNEI1, AI.ONZO STODBVUr.
TI1US.O. ClIItlSIIB, l.UIOl CARLUBItO,
0, U, Til (J 111 HUN. JAMES U. PEAK LB.
Ilissont
HENRY C.PEAKE3,
WEUHrKRNOHOROaS.
OEO. W. DENIIAM, Btago,Manager.
TUESDAY. MAY 6,-FllA IIIAVOLO.
Wednesday, May 0...0HIML8 OF NORMANDY
.ldn Beguin ae. .,,,, (lertnttno
Heurv l'enkee ..as Tnn Muni-
Blanche Chapman ns Mlgnouettcy 1
Thu red ay, May 7 MARTHA
i -wan: MiiNiiiist.
XJ Peuneylvnnln Avenue, near 11th st.
Return of tbo favoritee, tbe Justly celobratotl
Actross, ARNE WALKER,
And HcrBplobdld Dramatic Oimpanr.
Monday and Tuesday Afternoon aud Nlghr.
THE TWO ORPHANS.
Arno Walker In her great pari ot tho llllnex
Girl, as performed by hortocrowdod
houses (therovor It le presonted. '
Wednesday and Thursday, tho groat emo
tional play,
EAST LYNNE.
Friday nnd Bsturday JOSHUA WUtTCOMU.
ADMISSION TO ALL ONLY 10 OTH.
Box. ofllce open all day tor eule ot resorvotl
scats.
r.nzou'N jh;hi:i7jt.
Late Lincoln Hall, oth and D sts. n. w.
Coolest and Best Ventilated Theatre In tho
City I Every Afternoon and Night, com-
roenolng Monday, May 4.
COOL BURGESS, COOL BUR3E33,
COLLOM k WELOII'U
MtNSTltELS AND BRASS BAND.
ADMISSION 10atid20ointa
Doors open nt 1 and 7 p. ro.
Mondny, Msy 11, FLORENCE NOBLE and
nARRYJATKbON In "QUEEN'S EVIDENCE "
Q.RAND 1ESTIM0N1AL CONCERT
Tendered to
IISSEM1TE1JRSBT
To b3 given at
Aibauoh'8 Grand Opera-Houso,
THURSDAY, MAY 7,
PREVIOUS TO HER DEPARTURE FOB
EUROPE.
Tbls testimonial, which has beon tendered
Mlse Thursby by her many frionde, has been
cordially united In by tbo President, his Cabi
net, tbo Vice.preeldout and tho leading mem
bers of tho Diplomatic Corps.
Mies ThurBby will bo assisted by
MRS. I OWELL, Contralto;
MR. A. L. KING. Touor;
SIR. WM. WaLDECKCR, Accompanist,
AND
MME HOPEKIRK,
The Greatest Living Pianist.
Bents can be obtained at Ellis' music etoro
1)37 Pennsylvania avo , on and after Btturday.
Boxie$50 nnd (20; oichostru and orchestra.
circle, $2.00i urees circle, $2.
CLE
The Spring Meeting
WILL BE HELD
TUESDAY, May 12.
WEDNESDAY, May 13.
THURSDAY, May 14.
FRIDAY, May 15,
Fivo Races Each Day I
All iho First-Class HorsosI
Tho I'll st Itice will bo etarted.at 3 o'clock;
each day.
Special trains will loava tho Baltlmoro fc
Ohio Depot for the track at 8t30 a.m., 12:10,
1:30, 1:55, 2:20, 2:15 nnd 3.05 p.m., anil
will be In walling when Iho laces ure.oyer,
Oars Reserved for Ladies.
Improper Characters will be Excluded.
T
UKAIltli COMKlUi:.
REOPENB
SATURDAY NIQHT, MAY 2,
WITH A OREAT SENSATIONAL ATTRAO
TIONl FOR SALE AND RENT.
TTJIIAI. EtlTATB IIUI.I.ETIN
TII08. E. WAOOMAN, 017 F street.
(Cbaugesrcade Wedne.8dajB and Baturdars.
TiinitK-faTony brick and frames
HOUBKa 10H BALK.
810 1 st n w, mod Imps, 10 rs , 17.K1
1747 Filttw, mod 1m, 10 r 6MO
417 Ii. st 11 w, mod lm. 10 rs 6,wcl
812 1 st n w, mod Imps, 10 rs .. 6,330
8141 stnw.mod Imps, 10 rs ....-... 6,Mi
C22 II st n w, mod lm. 19 rs , 6,000
Cor I and N Cup sts. mod lm, I) rs, n w....., 6 000
2lo Pn ave nw, mod Im.Srs s.ooo
43&foBsaveftiid4SQI st. mod Imp, Irs 0.000
221 15 st n w, b h, mod lm. 10 rs e.ota
TWO-bTORY BRICK AND FRAME UOUBEB
FOR BALE,
2118, 2K0, 21 V st n w, rood Imps, 0 rs....-....13,00O
11x10 tut. fb, uw.iaod Im.Srs a.uuu
UODfireesst, mrdlmps, 7rs ,.. ... 2.1KUI
sit nth Bt s c.rii. 8 rs - ... -'.
1240 mth st u w. f h 5 rs 2.S0O
61.1 1st st b w, S rs, and 3 houses In rear 2 SOD
614 (.111 et 11 e, f hi ro lm, 7 rs 2.S0O
smi KCapstn e.rb.med lu.7 ra..,..,.,. 2.MU
1214 Pn ave h e. f ti , mud liu b rs , 2,(100.
174.1 and 1743 lllh stn w,b h, mod lm.8 ra. 2.10U
DNIMPROVKD PROPliRTY 170R HAUt
Por Lot.
N e ror Oth and O ,. ....I4 C.11
Pa nve, bet 2i.tti at una Itoclc Criek 11 w..IWH. 2,000
sib st, bad at ant! vaaveae....... .. sm
Myrtle, bet M Cap and lit ate 11 e. ax)
Per Foot.
K st, betisih and 17th sts n w i 00
miiaiidPstsnw 2,00.
N V uve.bctutlinndluthnlsn w, ..., .... 1,75
Hw cor Mb pndu stn u w ,.,.,, ,, l.su
Hecor vlb and O sis n w...... , l.SO
O si, bet Mb aud Uth n w 1,50
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Per Month.
1718 r? st n w, mod lm, 1 J rs ioo Co
1337 Corcoran tt n w, fur, mod Imp, 10 rs 75 0t
1) Jl t 11 w, mod Imps. 11 r ..., lu 60
tiot 21a n w. mod Imp, ID rs .,. CO CO
-llSIIIghet n w.rnod Imps.lSrs- 600U
14J) Hd st 11 w, mod lm, 11 ra 35 (U
flu lllh L n w. ninil lm. ft ta ml 2A
' 130C T st n w, mod lm, 7 rs 31 1
4IH U 111 11 W, III 1U1. v n DO ou
till Va ave a w, mod lm, 8 rs , 5 00
1MI 12th it n w, mod lm, 0 r a 00
WICbi sw, modlm,8ri... 2.1 1
luw Uth st n w, mod lm, S rs , 20 00
3)22 Vlb st 11 w, mod lm, t) rs , , 18 CO
blOIUM AND OFFICII). lt
Per Month;
12:0 K at n w, store, m Ira, t rs. - -...! 40 co
Hlublu In rear of Ills 1 lib Bt n w , 23 (XI
L st. bet I2th i.nd lstb Bta n w... ... 2.1 00
MO ave und 14th bi n e, store, 2 rs 2i tvi
lUi Del ave. 10 (U
LOAMS
In snmB tn suit at 6 wxtau
ThnkltnvA Innnya imftlj wft-l.'nnnt nrnnnrtv
ton my bonis. Fr' "S'.'.sst call at oMcnMor bulle-
linn iw.1111 on i.r - "IIL
ftVff
WANTEU-TO IV
lor old ouee 1.
10(' .
ciiWL'nvw htoveI
tBuiaBKimnn Kzchansei
corner 5tb and K si.
's. 8nW.nhiiiTievscuroil
or no pay, move.
flrti,.J"' jiif mrivifirlan 1
Did stoves nought.
CgBP w ovw.w
LOANS.
HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON 0000 REAL,
.,.,.u v. wu.,.,o,ulinriiirii ni lowest ratos
01 iPlSfJ! J: N?Jolay when security Is good.
O.0.QREEN, loom 1, Firemen'. Building!
cor.7lhnndLnave. apl4-t
422-SH Klg'tb st between D aud B n.w.
OIOBo cam gee lor weddings, calls and rsl
oeptloM, Btttdiog ana Idverr BWBlo,
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