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THE 0RITIC-IU3CGItD, "WASHINGTON, D. O., SATURDAY .EVENING, MAY 2, 1891.
A1TAIRS AMONO TIIK ARCHITECTS,
RUIUIKHS, AND CONTRACTORS.
In April SI 1 I'mnlti for llull.lliig'. to
Co,t $030,r.r0 Tliltty Six-Room
Houcn In n Row East AVnlilnston'n
ItuHilInc I'"1"" Notes nml Com
From Die IMhllnn HeqUler. To-tlav.
(lencrnl II. V. lloynton will mako ox
tensive rci.iirs lo his resilience, 1321 K
Hanuiol J. Trescotl lins tho contract to
erect a fourth story to the storo of W. H.
Jackson at 203 Boventu street.
A penult has been granted for
erection of a bnrn, 112x00 feet, for
Catholic University, to cost Si.OCO.
llnilder T. J. Kliii! will erect for J,
Freeman two green-houses, 18x150 feel
each, on Soventh street ro.nl, near Tn
W. S. Hums, tlio stone contractor, lini
just llnielicd a solid stone Kngtish base
ment residence for Loveless l'hilllps on
Knst Capitol street, between Tenth and
Klcvcnth streets northeast.
Architect .TnniesG. Hill is engaged on
plans for tho enlargement of electric
iKiwcr liouso and car sheds at Kcklngton,
1). C. Tlio first named will bo a one-story
hrirk structure of large dimensions while
thocaraheds will bo a frame building.
Architect A. I. Clark, jr., is making
iilans for general repairs on Christ Church
in Southeast Washington. A bolfry with
hiUlcmcnU and pinnacles will bo erected,
These Improvements will cost $2,500.
Architect Jo&cph C. Johnson has made
a survey and Mibdlvision and is now
making a map of liftv-eight acres' of land
north of Kort Jlycr. It will be divided
into streets, avenues and building lots
and will bo known as Tort Mycr Heights.
Charles Volland has tho contract to
build a two-storv and cellar frame store
and dwelling, 20x01, at IScllovtic On tho
Seventh struct road. This house will
have such comforts as Intrudes, open fire
places, etc., and will cost SI.200. Stable
ami outbuildings will also be erected.
The plans w ere inado by Architect Gcr
in till Icr.
Nine dwellings, to cost $2.1,000. arc to bo
built at Tenth and IJ streets northeast
from plans by Architect (tcrmuiller.
They vary from three storie3 to two and
a (ellar, and in dimensions from 20x32 to
1(1x17 feet. They will havo attractive
fronts of press brick and Huramclstown
stone broken by bay windows and a slated
lower projection. They will have latrobe3.
slato and cabinet mantels, white pine
trimmingMn naturalstatc, etc.
1). IJ. Groff will build at the northeast
corner of Sixth street and Maryland ave
nue northeast two handsome dwellings
mat win costtJO.uw. Tney win stanu on
a terrace, will bo three stories and base
ment, '13x72, with Hummclstown bases,
massive porches, press brick fronts and
bays. Such appliances as steam heat will
be used, l'lans by Architect Gcrmuillcr.
Architect Julius ticrmitlller will re
model and build a rear addition to an old
duelling on F street, between Sixth and
Seventh streets. A new front, with bay
t lie entire height, and brown stone base
will be built. Steam '(eat and other mod
ern appliances will oe introduced. The
renovated house, which is intended for
oflice uses, will then be four stories, 20x
1 1H feet. Cost of improvements, $,",500.
Architects I), and S. Patrick aru engaged
mi plans for a two-storv and basement
liouso, to be erected on Thirtieth street,
between Dumbarton avenue and O street.
It, will be press brick and Dticlid stone
fiont, with square bay window, latrobe
heat, cabinet mantels, etc., and will cost
It is proposed to erect in Chicago in
time for the 'World's Fair a theatre of
such a character as has never bcfoie been
constructed. It will be a circular building
.'ISO feet in diameter. It will have a
quadruple stage, and will be practically
lour theatres under one roof, each with
Its distinct auditorium, balcony, boxes,
etc. No communication will exist between
the separate play-houses. It will be of
brirk, stono and iron and as near as pos
'sible ot fireproof construction. It will
cost $250,000. A 'Washington architect is
now encased upon the plans.
Thcro is" no diminution in tho improve
ments being made in Kast Washington.
A real cstatoinan doing business in that
section has commissioned Architect Gcr
muiller to niafao plans for five dwellings
to be built at tho southeast corner of
Fifth and C streets southeast. They will
be threo stories ami basement. 18x62 aud
18x86, with fronts or press brick; bases,
(teps and trimming of Humnielstown
blown .'tone; bays and circular towers.
Steam heat,. cabinet mantels, white nine
trimming.", electric bells, speaking tubes,
elo., will be used. Cost, SI 5.000.
Competitive designs lor tlio new Con
cordia Church, to bo built at Twentieth
and G streets, wero recently submitted by
three local architects. Tho trustees on
Monday last accented the plans which had
been sent jn by bchulzc it Goenner. The '
siicccstif ill design is fora handsome edifice
in the Romanesque style of architecture.
11 will be one-story and basement, 18x00,
with square tower on corner. Tlio exte
rior walls will be of select brick and Hum
nielstown brown stone. The front will
have a neat porch of stone. Tho triple
hlained-giass window above tho oaken
doors is Hanked on each side by smaller
companions. The lobby of the auditorium
has in one corner the pastor's study and
in tho opposite, tho tower, a stairway to
the gallery. Tlio organ and choir are
located in tho rear of tho communion
platform and pastor's stand. All the
trimmings as well as the pews are of cabi
net oak. Either steam or furnace heat
will be employed. The basement will be
fitted in nioro modest manner for Sunday
Mhool iiics. Tho building will cost
A. I). Hcnvis wa. yesterday cnlnted a
pcrniitto build J O. HurstV, John V.
Jlawkins' and J. 1'. Clark's residences at
tho "I'olitadcs of tlio Potomac." These
handsome houses will cost in all $53,000
and were described in these colunis sev
eral weeks ago.
William 11. Manoguo will in a few days
commence the erection of u block of
thirty tix-room houses at the corner of
Twenty-seventh and N streets, West
Washington. They will be two stories,
with lint , fronts of red brick and Ohio
tone trimming. They will havo such
appliances as cas, water and sower service.
The block will cost Wfl.OOO. The plans
weronrado by Architect C. A. Ilarknus.
The owner evidently recognies tiio de
mand hi Georgetown for cheap-renting
housca unit will contain conveniences of
Architect N. It. Grimm has made plans
for two elegant dwellings that It. A.
Culounawill have built at First and Car
roll streets northeast. Thoy will bo four
stories and rmienient.and will have fronts
of select red brick with bases of Ilum
meUtown red stone, and trimming and
porcheijof the latter. Prominent feature
"You muni kii tu licr.-iiiula. 11
you dti dot 1 vill not tie ivintl-
lllO !' fllO l!1IIISOlll'llCt". nut,
iliiutiu', I ran nfrurd mildicr Hie
tlsiio sior llie iiioiioj." "Well, If
Hint l I j:ipti-,iJllf, iry
Or PURE WCHWEGIAN
0O LIVER OIL.
1 ho iirilnicv cull If IScrmmln llo(
Hrri. .n I mull) ';ih f
Hi tmch 'tin, ( 'oiiizli
or St'n Cold
I have IMlY.l) uliij let i.wt die
;iilrniil.iaro I Hint (lie most n -UV9
MllHlllK-U can (Hko ii. 4noi!ii-i-tlilniT
wlilrJi cruiiiiiifials ii I tut
'htliiiiil.Ttinj pniiierliet ol the II)
i)iipJ)Hp!iltCJt viliirh U (".nil .i'u'
Von will find It liir i-nlo nt jiiur
nriisrcM'" '"'t "ee '''' '-'t
orl sin nt Kt:ii"i"N l-Witm.."
nro n lower 14x12, a square bay 20 feet
long, a copper oriel and other Imyi run
ning tho entire height of tho buildings.
The interiors will Tie finely flniihcd In
cherry, with oak staircases, tiled yeU
Irttlos, bath rooms, etc. They Will bo
healed by hot water, and will have elec
tric bell, lighters, etc.
SOIMAIIY OK PERMITS.
The following statement of building
penults Issued during April 1ms bqon pro
pared from the olllolal records by tho
Xcwliitlldlngs CO WM.700
New llulldlngs 20 ai.OOO
New llulldlngs 57 110,700
New llulldings 15 111,150
New Hulldinps 00
I'or tho 1'nit WceiA
Total -101 13,000 17 $10,000
Grand total 00 $100,500
WHAT IS THE GlUr?
Till Mysterious mill Tcrrllilo JlUoami
Cnrefiilly Anulyctl and Described
"What to Do When It Comes.
Nearly every physician, every scientist
and every sufferer has been asking this
great question: What is the Grip? Some
have asfcrted that it is a dangerous mi
crobe which comes into tho system,
breeds several millions every second, and
toon overruns the body with disease.
Others havo Fald that we nro passing
through a region of star-dust, nml that
tho minute particles arc drawn into the
body with every breath. Whatever it
mavbe.it is certain that it is something
within the body, which Is fighting with
the body to undermine the life.
What would common sense dictate In
such an emergency? Counteract the
enemy. Drive it from tho system. J)o
not triilo with it. Act promptly and
wisely at the first approach, which you
can readily detect. Take something
which can counteract their deadly intlu
ence. Spirits of some kind arc the best
thing to take, anil whiskey is preferable
to any other kind of spirit: but it should
bo borne very carefully in milid that
only pure whiskey will have the effect,
and it should also bo remembered that
Duffy's Puro Malt Whlskoy stands at tho
head of all preparations, and is the only
medicinal whiskey upon tho market'.
Scientists have asserted this, the doctors
have verified it. and millions of people
have proven it beyond a doubt. Thero
arc many unscrupulous dealers, who will
assure you that any whiskey will an
swer the purpose, but they are wrong and
are. trying to deceive you. In case of
Grip, you cannot afford to tako any
chances, therefore take thai which is, be
yond question, pure, medicinal and the
only valuablo whiskey upon the market.
Ex-Governor A. G. Curtiu arrived in
Philadelphia April I!0 from Jacksonville,
Flu., and nfter a few days rest at the Strat
ford expects to return to his Itellcfonte
home. Ho has bc6n South since March
11 and is enjoying excellent health.
Anton Seidl has been elected conductor
of tho New York Philharmonic Society
to fill the place left vacant by Theodore
Tho log cabin which GeneraVO rant him
self built near St. Louis of logs cut and
hewn by himself is about to be removed
from its present site and shipped to Chi
cago, where it will bo erected for exhibi
tion at the World's Fair.
It is common enough to hear of a man
stgninghis own death warrant, but Gen
eral Spinner is to sign his own tombstone.
The monument erected to his memory
will bear his signature In marble.
Judge Jackson of the United States Cir
cuit Court tells of a Virginian who came
beforo hijn and confessed that lie "had
heard of the United States" in an indirect
way, but did not think they had any con
tiol over his affairs. Ho "lived in Jlrax
lon County and the county courts made
the laws there."
The new United States Treasur?r, Mr.
Ncbecker; writes with a stub pen and his
signature is a close, firm one. Ilonnd
r his wile are people of quiet tastes and
they do not intend to figure conspicuously
in society in AVashlngtoii.
Speaking of tho lato John T. Hill, tho
bank president who proves to havo been a
defaulter, the -New York JTerahl says.
"Mrs. Hill was prostrated yesterday when
slio learned that her husband's disgrace
had been made public. It is stated on tlio
best authority that since her husband's
treachery became known to her her hair
has changed to a snow white."
Secretary I'roctor is erecting a building
for the village library at I'roctor, A't,
The nucleus of the collection of books was
oriuinollv given by him for tho benefit of
the hands and employes of the marble
company there. In giving it ho agreed
that for every book they would add to the
library, and for every dollar they would
5i ve to it, ho would add a book aud give a
Colonel AValter II. Taylor of Norfolk, in
an interview, said this of the late Colonel
Armistead L. Lone: "I knew General
Long intimately, lie was a man of creat
purity of character, of an amiable and
gentlo disposition, conscientious in tlio
performance of duty, firm and constant In
. his attachments, und a most gallant sol
dier, lie served with distinction during
tlio entiro period of the war bejween the
States. For aportion of tho time heserved
on tho staff of General Lee, whoe lovo
and confidence he enjoyed, and after that
as chief of artillery of tho Second Corps of
the Army of Northern Virginia. No man
In Die ten-Ice was nioro generally esteemed
and beloved than he.
I.eii nnd Hamilton.
From Ihe Jiichmoml DUputch.
In his speech nt the reunion of the sur
vivors of ins cavalry corps at Augusta on
Monday Wado Hampton said that when
Leo was collecting material for memoirs
of tho war lio( Lee) intended publishing
Leo wrote him for sonio information, ana
in his letter said that "thu differences be
twecn the tedious culminated in blood
but not in treason." "These were his
words," naid 1 la nipt on, "and I want every
man who follow eit the Southern cross to
tell bin children lo tho remotest genera
tion that they wero neither traitors nor
" ftcr Ihe war," continued Hampton,
Ceneral Lee wrote to mo aud said 'You
cannot regret as much as I do that yon
were nut present at tho llnul struggle, for
hail you been present with ull your cav
ulrj the disaster would not havo hap
pined.' Applause and cheering. lie
did not say, 'Uthink it would not, have
happenedy or 'I boiiovo it would not havo
happened,' but he said, 'The illwiter aoulil
mil Ame Aaiwitt.' And overy member
uf that tor should now feel that he has
a declaration worth'moro to him thauthc
decoration of the Legion of Honor or tlio
lion Crota of dexmany."
fiomtln Wattrttiiry American.
A gentleman is a mnn who glvos a fee,
duo not a gentleman in a man who accepts
u fee. So lorm of penouul nerviccseems
now to be exempt from tho expectation of
a tip. Tlio growth of a spirit of servility
Inevitably follows among thane laborers
wliom palms are constantly Itching for a
grutullv, aud all the Amorican doctrine of
rfolf-ret.jieft and Independence cannot
LnuiitiTRct tlio fatal poiaon.
If i ou want 16 wo all the itowott fabrics
in millings and trousorlng for spring wear
at price in harmony with yuiirpumo call
at Klseniau llro.' tailoring department,
corner Seventh and H streets.
Lightning rod should be put up bv ro
xpunslhlo local established jiensous. J. II
Every old soldier should soo lo It that
his name appears on tho roll of Uouor
which Is being mode up at Washington
from the names of the Union nurvivors ot
ihe lato war. AV.xmli Olvbe-Vemocrat.
Mr. Matthew Stanley Quay should, be
foro proceeding further In the work of
political reorganization, do something lo
extract tho llmburger scent from his
moral character. SI, Lontt Olobe-Dcmoa al.
The Hon. .leihn G. Warwick, who was
thrust into semi-fame because Major Mc
Kinlcy did not win over enough Demo
cratic votes to elect hlmseli, has pro
nounced against Mr. Cleveland. Thoantl
silver letter settled him; but us Mr. War
wick is out for Hill who stumped his dis
trict, tho pronunciamentoneed notdisturb
tho dreams of tho ex-President. AVw
It has always been hard tospcakot him
as the l'ev. Dr. llrooks, though belong
ago earned tho title by scholarly attain
ments, and has ccr sinco worn It with
grace. We moTO naturally peak of him
as simply Phillip Urooks, a namo which
has a warm place In tho general heart, a
nnmo not too stately, olio which seems to
Imply friendliness, lovennd admiration.
A'oo York Ittrahl.
In lusliceto Secretary Poster and also
to Mr. Leech it ought to bo remembered
that tho form of debt statement which
they advocate, as respects the treatment
of tho bullion lund, Is precisely that
which was employed by every Secretary
of the Treasury from Mr. McCul loch di
rectly after tho civil war down to Mr.
Stunning. AVio York Tribune.
Mr. Standing Hear lias submitted him
self to tho Interviewer. He says: "About
eight vears ago I became converted to
Christianity and put away one o: my.
wives tho oldest one." Mr.- llear'8
charming Ingenuousness must be per
mitted lo largely nllay tho suspicion nat
urally aroused by the damaging adinh
slon. VMeago A'w.
orint Tin: xwts and wixu.
'Jheinnn wlio tins lived for lilmsclt tins
tlio prlTllcce ot iKlnir, 111 only mourner,
People borrow trouble liecnuto It l"eayto
pet, nnd need not be paid back. Arte Orltiins
"Will lie Marry 1'crFlMlie title ot n ictlal
Mory. W'hut Is the Jurj'u erdlctr A'eic YorL
, OncoC (lie pleosint tlilngH iihont nndor U
the ease with whlcli It may be ninde lo lit bur
neighbor. Xtw York Jltrald. r '
A wornnn can nlvy tmdoratand nhr a man
rliould fall In love with, bet, but he finds It
itlfllcuH t" explain why ho uliould fall out.
bvtniMii Ute Jvui nal.
A Parisian wit once defined experience ai
n comb that one becarno possessed ot utter
baTlng lost uno's hnr. 8ii acme Utraltt.
The plumber li alleged to hao hty jrobliln'
w ays, but ho differs front the robin In this tlio
robin pipes his Inje, nnd the plumber laya his
pipes. Ismton Courier.
It takes a Ions time for n yonn mnn to be
come a good carpenter; but he can learn enonjU
about the Inula In six weeks to Join it strike,
A'tw Orleans 1'leaiune.
Maude -I cannot understand irhat you find
to ULc in thill horrid Ulnke man. lie U etlrr
an a poker to mc.
aiahel (pleatantly) I like his exclualveneii.
Tho following advertisement recently ap
peared In a (ierinnn newepaper: "Wanted by a
lady of quality, for adequate remuneration, a
few wcll-bchau'd and repectablv-drced chil
dren lo amuse n cut In delicate health two or
three hours a day."
An Knnllchwotuan of the lower clnssos suf
fering fiom a severe bite In the arm was ad
mitted the other day to a I.onCon boipltal.
"A dog, I suppose," bnld the doctor, looking
at the bile
"No, sir," wn the dignified reply, "another
Sirs. Brown And w hat ore yon fiolng to
plve IMnud Urny for a bridal present, Sir.
White f ,
Sir. White Oh, Pre eetlled upon something
that I thought lorelv, nnd 1 know It Is just thu
thing she wants bucllj.
Sirs, lliown AVhat Is It J Do tell me I
Jlr. Wil(ei-A pucketot letters Hhe wiote me
while we were, engaged. Itarper't lhuar.
and ii crescent ot ecllp-'u
Jly lady frown
l'lifltupon her brow and lips
aim dims t lie nappy hkics,
Whlla the mountains ncaie a mesh with dew
I m pearled
To throw It far across tho woild;
And fenddened nature sighs.
Jly lndy niille and the hcaits of purple hill
Heat beneath the haunted rills
In half-awnkencd lands.
While laMi llshts nnd lloatlng emerald shades
J'alnt the grav clad oaken glades
In trailing dewy bands.
3Iy lady acoldtv-shrill trobles palplt Jtc
Whcro the gusty brcces wait
And ruff the robin's wins.
Sly ladj 's name j swells Ihe cuckoo's lew less
And the bluebirds' rccd-llke lute
Jte-eihocH, "It Is sprliiR!"
- Minnie Fiance ilurphey.
Are wrought by the use of Ayer's Hair
Vigor in restoring gray hair to Its original
color, promoting a new' giowtli, picvent
lng tho hair from falling, keeping It soft,
silky, and abundant, and the scalp cool,
healthy, and fiee fiom ilaiuliull or Imtnon.
The uulvcisiil testimony Is Hint this prep
aration lias no ccjual as a dressing,' and
Is, therefore, Indispensable to cery well
"1 have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for' some
' time ami It liai worked womleis for me. I
was tumbled with dandruff and was lapldly
becoming bald; but since using the Vigor my
head is pei fcclly clear of dandruff, the hair
has ceased coining out, and I iuiw have it
good growth, of the samo color as when I
was a young woman. I can henitily iceoin
mciul any one sulfcilug from il a ml tuff or
loss ot hair to uso Ayer's Hair Vigor as a
dressing," Mis. Ljdla O, Moody, Kast
"Sonio time ago my wife's hair began to
come out quite freely.
not only prevented my wife fiom becoming
bald, but It also caused an ciitlielj new
growth of hair. I am icady to certify to tlili
statement bcfoie a Justice of tho peace."
II. llulsebiii, I.ew'isburgh, Iowa,
"Sonic jeais ago, alter a seeie attack of
brain foer, my lialr all came out. I used
such preparations for restoring It as my pliy.
slclaus oideieil, but failed lo pioiluco a
growth of linlr. I then tiled, successively,
several ai tides icconimemtcd by diugglsts,
nnd nil alike fell short of accomplishing the
desired lesnlt. Tho last remedy I applied
was Ajer's Hair Vigor, which bKuipIrt a
glow 111 of lialr In a feu- weeks I think I
used eight bottles In two yenu; iiioio than
was necessary as a restorative, but I liked it
as a dressing, und have continued to uso It
for that purpose. I belieie Ayer's Hulr
Vigor possesses wrtucs far iibme those of
my similar preparation now on the inaiket."
VimeM Jones, Itliliniund llid.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DR. J, G. AYER fr CO., Lowell, Mass,
Hulit I') Dnut'l'li'iml 1' rfiimrte.
Till' gieat (hrmlut pronounced (he well
known Lbiblg Company's llxtimt ot
lleef, nude ot tho illicit lllver Platte
cattle. Infinitely aupcrlor In flavor nnd
quality to any mads of cattle jji'own In
Jjuruyour eluewhcre, lie has authorised
NOTIFV tho Company, cither by tolo
phono (No. llforhy letter to tho
near Lincoln Hall.
Doing mndp from puro spring water
distilled inuiio procoBS of making nnd
(then filtered by tlio very Dost inothods
lof nitration, this leo is cspoolally ilcBlr
nblo for dilnktng aud other family uses,
Tlio ntra of tho management has boon
to Bccuro to tho city of Washington n
needed product of purity nnd healthful
ncss, ana It will bo tholr furttier aim
to secure prompt service and courteous
THE HYGIENIC ICE COMPANY.
(His I.att FJToit in A'ew Yak.)
"If Christ bo not risen, thon we may as
well hang oursolvcs or blow our braini
out. Kew York must decido between
Jeans Christ and Heber Newton. It is
high time, indeed, that tho good Bishop
Potter grapple with the damnable heresy
preached by this man. Dr. Nowton, in
answer to my letter, said 1 was not tho
bishop, and asked whether this was tho
way gentlemen treated each other in
England. Well, will you say 11 is ungon
manlv if, when I catch n thief picking
my treasury lock, I take him by tho scruff
of tho neck nnd pitch him out of the win
dow ? Dr. Newtoii is trying to rob us of
the most valuablo treasure, compared to
which everything else is valueless, wo
"Ilishop Poller is the appointed pre
server of tho Christian faith in the Kpls
tonal Church of Now York, thcref6re I
&ytohIin, 'My Lord Ilishop of New
York, is this blasphemous teaching to go
on under the auspices and icgis 6t your
authority; or shall your power bo exer
cised lo put a stop to it? Withdraw his
license. Let there bo no scandal of a
For Malaria, Liver Trou
ble, or Indigestion, tise
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Solo Agents for the Albany Vonotlnu
W. II. Houghton Manufacturing Company
nro the agents tor the Albany Venetian blinds.
Wc nro prepared to furnish the "Albany"
blinds In any wood, natural finish or stnlned
to match. On Jobs ot any elzo we gladly send
sample blind for Inspection Wo guarantee
carefully selected woods, kiln dried nnd thor
oughly, caicfullv nnd properly finished. Our
finish Is unexcelled.
W. II. IIOUIIIITOM JlANUrACTUniNO Co,,
H'lH and 123) F street northwest.
Ten Per Cent. .Reduction In Furniture
for Thirty Days.
We are going to more from our present loca
tion to the commodious new building. No. C13
beventh street northwest, opposite the U. 8.
I'ostoDlco Department. Antlf 1 wlllseousln
our new establishment, but until then wo will
sec all at the old stand, 030 and ml Sercntb.
street northwest, where, pending removal, wo
shall offer our entiro Mock of the latest and
best makes of Furniture, Carpets, etc., at 10
percent, reduction from former prices. No
fairer terms can be made auywhare than nt
llndden's Furnlturo and Carpet Stores. U3U and
833 Seventh street northwest.
RINGS, solid 14 Karat, $2;
reaucea irom oo.
SOLID 14 KARAT LADIES'
GOLD WATCH, nicely en
graved, Elgin orWaltham
movement, ,$24; reduced
SOLID STERLING SOUVE
NIR SPOONS, SI to $3; re
duced from $1.50 and $5.
SOLID STERLING HEAD
OANES, $2.50 to $4.50;
reduced from $3.50 and
Uigo ntf ortment ot UNSET DIAMONDS at
lho LOWEST 1'ltICES. Also a large assoit
incut of Solid Sterling Wedding 1'rescutH.
Upstairs, llooins 1, S and 0.
Old Oold and Sll cr bought for cash or taken
In exchange. v
Lands held In reserTO for scrveral years by
tho Btato Government aro now opened to set.
tiers at their actual value.
Theec rceerTed lands Ho along the eastern or
Atlantic Coast, between St. Angnstlno and Ills
cayno Bay, one-half mile to six miles from tho
ocean, a &rgo portion being fa below tho
This Is the only eastern section In the United
States whero It Is possible to raise semi-tropical
frnit, and where early vegetables and fruits
can bo raised In time to catch tho highest
JInch of this land la owned by tho 1'lorlda
Coast Line Cannl and Transportation Com
pany, and bears a lino growth of timber,
from which largo sums may he realized. The
section alongtuo Indian lth cr and Lako Worth
Is well settled, and tho land Is the most valua
ble In tho Mate, the east coast being taliped by
fonr railwajs, and tho rivers along tho coas
being navigated by steamboats.
Improved transportation fncllltlcs and do
llghttul climate (being bo near tho ocean tho
air is much mine bracing than further Inland)
make this an excellent opportunity tor actual
I'rlces of land range from $J per aero npward.
We shall ho pleased to send maps, township
plans and full Information to all who aro inter
ested. 1'LOIUDA COAST LINE CANAL AND
BT. AUGUSTINE, FLO III DA.
JOHN W. DKNWY, President.
ConpssH Hotel and Cafe.
This HOTEL AND CAFE Is situated ad
joining the Capitol, ou tho moHt elevated point
In Washington, From Its balconies a beauti
ful new can be had of tho entire City of Wash
ington, Arlington Heights l'otorunc Itlvcr and
the Capitol grounds,
Guests accommodated with delightful, airy
aud wcll-ventllatcd roonyi at special rates.
Formerly ot New York nnd New Jorsey.
Hoisc cars from all the railroad depots pass
In front ot this hotel
JVC IE1. SELTZ
13 V 8TJIUCT NOKTllW'EST.
Sprlngand Summer Impoitatiounow open.
This is the finest lino of Imported Goods orcr
seen In Washington,
906 G Street N, W.
conilnetonthopnrtof nil employees, nnd
tho delivery by them of FDIiii WniOIIT.
Fatluro to secure this service Bhould bo
Tlio publlonroconllally Invited to visit
tho works nt, Fifteenth and V, Btrccts
Northeast (tako Columbia railway cars),
nnd llicro Inspect tho motliods of jnanu
facturo, nnd for themselves see tho best
arranged and best equipped artificial Ice
plant In tho world to-day, combining
the best modern machlnory nnd apnll
nnccs for tho making of nuio leo. Tho
fullest examination by all Interested hi
Office, 410 Ninth Street N. W.
I yyssoLUTioN sale
I NOW GOING ON AT THE
. NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE
Continues Dally till June 1.
Owing to the change which will occur In our
firm on Juno 1st, wc nro compelled to eaerhlto
our largo Rtock of clothing. Tho Inventory
shows $1C3,U00 worth of lien's, Hoys' nnd
! Of our own mnko. As we must pay the re-
tiring partners ft latge sum In cash, wo have
concluded to offer our entire stoclt (for cash
on h) al one-half tho cost ot production
ifenr In mind this Is not a catch-penny reduc
tion Mile, nor a salo ot odds and ende, but a
bona fide dissolution sale of the highest grade
clothing, all ot this season's production.
SBE THESE 1'ItICES.
SOO Men's Suits, nil ekes, $1.80; reduced
(.75 Men's Snlts, all-wool, sack or cutaway,
$7 DO; reduced Irom Sti.
l,c:J0 Jlen's Suits, in Cheviots, Ca9smorc3 or
Worsted, $n.S3', reduced from ?18.
1,5(10 ilcn's Suits, In Imported Worsted,
Cheviots, Diagonals, etc., strictly tailor-made
and warranted nil wool, $15; reduced from $!$.
1,250 pairs lien's l'auts, SO etjles, $1. ItV
(lured from f 1.73.
850 j.nlrs Jlen's Pants, 23 stjlcs.fl.50. Ho
ducca from $2.73.
LOW) pairs Jlen's PantB, S3 styles. $2.50. War
rantcdnlIWQol. Iteduccdfrom $1.73,
3,000 elegant Jlen's l'nnts nt $3.E0. $1.50,$".
nnd $0 (Including the llncst Imported material
In checks, plaids, nnd stripes).
G501Joh' Snlts, long pants, ages 11 to 18
J ears, &1 .50. Itcduccd from $3.50.
1,011 Hojs' Suits (nil wool), long pants, ages
14 to 18 j earn, f 1.50. Itcduccd Irom $8.
823 Men's Suits, best imported Clay Ding
onals, Whipcords, l'lnchecfts nnd Corkscrew,
silk lined and equal to finest custom mad;,
$18; reduced, f rom fiifl.
Attention, G. A. It. 0)0 All-wool Hegulatlou
Suits, warranted fast color,$7.50) reduced from
A full lino ot Trlnco Albert Suits, Diagonals,
Chclots nnd Fancy Worsteds, elegantly made,
at $13, $15 and $20 per suit; reduced from $,
28$ and $33.
ii tCO Hojb' Suits (nil wool), long pants, ages 11
to IS years, $0. Itcduccd Irom $11.
A full lino of nobby Drees Suits for boys In
the finest grades or worsted, casaiinerc aud
1,500 Child's Suits, nges 1 to 12, $1. Reduced
1,500 Child's Suits, nges 4 to 12, $1.50. Re
duced from $2.73. '
050 Child's Suits (all wool), ages 1 to 1 1, $2.50.
Itcduccd Irom $ 1.73.
Highest grades in Child's Salts reduced to
one-half former priee.
1,000 pahs Knee l'nnts, agca -1 to 12, 25 Cents,
lied need from CO cants.
1.SD0 pairs All-wool Knee Pants, agQS 1 to 12,
05 rents. Itcduccd from 75 cent'.
'I his Gigantic Sacrifice ot Values will con
tinue dally until Juno 1.
NEW YOltK CLOTHING HOUSE.
311 Seventh St. N. W.
JInl;o no mistake. He sure you get the right
nninbor. WHITE BUILDING. STltlCTLV
Co-opDratiYG Laufl anfl Trust Company.
Tho SOUTHEHN INVESTMENT COM
PANY now offer lor eilo lands which form a
natnral park fronting on tho new Electric
lioad, now built from Tennllytowu to Qlcn
Echo Heights, which lands aro capitalized at
2X cents per square foot, and stoclt issued nt
JSS5 per share. Each sharo ot stock entitles
tho bolder thereof to one undivided lot In said
park containing one-fifth ot an acre, or 8,713
squaro feet, less tho amount required for
stcccts. Ttese lots, or the proceeds thereof,
will bo allotted to the shareholders nt tho ex
piration of tueuty-one months Irom date ot
first payment by tho SOUTHEHN INVEST
SIENT COMPANY in such a manner as may
ho agreed upon by n majority ot shares In said
Co-opcrath c Company.
Subscriptions to stock In said company shall
Each stockholder, for each share held, shal
pay the sum of $10 thereon on'or beforo tho
FIHST WEDNESDAY of EACH MONTH to
tho Secretary ot the .SOUTHEHN INVEST
MENT COMPANY' or such person or persons
ps the SOUTHEHN INVESTMENT COM
PANY shall authorize to receive the samo.
Any stockholder, nt tho expiration ot six (G)
months f rom dato of first payment, maywlth-
draw from the company by giving thirty days'
notice in writing to Hie Secretary ot tho
bOUTHEHN INVESTMENT COMPANY, nnd
at the expiration ot that time shall be entitled
to tho repayment, In tho order ot tho dato in
which ho i r she filed his or her notice, from
tho first moneys received Into the company, ot
all sums paid on said stock, with four (I) per
centum Interest per annum thereon; but tho
right of withdrawal shall not extend boyoud
six (li) months from the dato of first payment.
Any stockholder may nt any tlmo pay the
balance dne upon his or her share or shares of
stock, nnd thereupon tho SOUTHEHN IN
VESTMENT COMPANY will issue to such
person or persons paid-up stock which shall
eutltlfc such person or persons to one undivided
lot (per cachshnro ot stock In said Olon t'oro
Park) containing one-fifth ot an ncre, as beforo
stated, and which shall be allotted as herein
before provided. Each shareholder who shall
clccttopay tho full amouut of his stock prior
to maturity, or who shall continue to pay
the monthly Instalments nt $10 per month
promptly, until twenty-ono (91) Instalments
lme been paid In, will bo entitled to four
(4) per ceut. Inteiest per annum on the par
value ot the stock ns n rebate, which will mako
the stock cott actually only $i!0 per share.
No better or safer Imestmont could be of
fered than this, as there Is no possible chance
to lose, and being organized on the savings
bank principle, purchasers receive on tholr
money uu Interest amounting to the rnto of
moio than eight (H) per cent, per annum, be
sides the prospective nnd undoubted Increase
the Talus ot their purchase.
SOUTHERN INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Hoorns 30-31 Corcoran Building,
WASHINGTON, 1). C.
GLEI WE PARK
m ru nn r nini
lalrN l.llllf f UKR aavu"fl cLTeaV5riU manner. TUat la tno roasou peopia
For;Heating Bath Rooms, Bed Rooms,
ALSO BTOYBB FOll
yon me'n oir every size,
SIIOIIT, TALL-, TAT Oil LEAN,
IN tlE ItAGING COLOltS,
Coinprlecs tho Assortment anil
Displayed In OurP Street Window.
la the MICE, nnd Itenrcly Is. a? wc claim, the
ONLY CHANUE OF A LII'ETIME.
They wero manufactured by one ot tho hirg
CBt woolen concerns In tho country thnt make
nothing hut Standard Woolen Underwear.
Eery piece you uuy youisacGlc,n8 the actual
j ,You understand this Sacrifice, Wo' nro go
lug to acate and tho goods muet be sold,
Twelfth ana F Streets N. W
KAUFMAN & SICKLE
TEMPLE HOTEL AND CAFE.
MRS. S. H. MARTIN.
Lnto of Baltimore, having had extensive ex
perience, respectfully invites tho former
potronB and nil new-comers.
Itates Itoom and board, $1.W) to f 1 per day.
Special caro In every particular Is tho way to
CALL AND SEE.
004 and 006 Ninth 'stroot, Near P.
EW YOHK BUFFET,
405 TENTH STKEET N. W
Best and Pnrest Liquors In tho City,
JAMES U. COSTELLO, Proprietor,
WASHINGTON, O. O.
Army nnd Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Flro Escapes.
TERMS-13 and Jl Per Day.
WASHINGTON, D. O.,
O. G. STAPLES,
Late ot Thousand 1st. liouso,
T. JAMES' HOTEL,
Sixth street and Pennsylvania Avenuo.
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor.
IRRESPECTIVE of PRICK, the HH3T and
MOST COMPLETE WRITING
a uicdul by American Instltnto,
. Descriptive pamphlet malleil on application,
George R. Seiffert,
610 F STREET N.W.,
WASHINGTON, D, 0.
TINNERS," &c, &c.
Btroot North woat.
925 Pa. Ave. N. W.,
CALLS ATTENTION TO Htfl LARGE
AND OTHEH TIItST-OLASS
THE WONDERFUL BELF-PLAYINQ
Story & Clarke,
Clougl. & Warren,
SoIflonlnstallmBnls Excnangefl Rented,
.Repirefl, Tunefl, Movefl, Storerl.
Violin, Banjo anfl Guitar strings a
SHEET MU8IO AND JtEUCHANDISE.
GENERAL AGENTS FOR
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD. HAMBURG,
AMERICAN AND ROYAL NETHKR-
LAND STEAMSHIP COMPANIES.
AT THE OLD STAND,
Grand, Upright and Square
Special Attention ot Purchasers Is In
vited to Our
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In Designs of
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART.
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Hecona-lland rianos sX All Prices.
Wm. Knabe &. Co.,
817 Market Space,
And you will always have boautlful
Bread, Rolls and Biscuits.
Wboloaalo Depot, Corner First Stroot
and Indiana Avenue.
WM. M. CrAIiT & CO.
THE EVANS DEN
1217 Pa. ave, n. w.
pain or danger by
our patnles4 system
a harmless vege
table vanor. In uso
by ns only. Its effects are pleasant and trans
ient. Artificial teeth, crown and bridge work
nt rcatonablo prlieu.
CliltbMUr' KoilliU Ulunoud Uraai.
(I. fain. 1 ami flnlr U.ti.itnn.
Arr, ilwtfH rllkli.. iadiks tik
DiUiiilil for Chkuliri fnalUS Ula-
mni( VfanJ la Ueil utA OttU inettlUa
iDtsei. aralctl una blu rlbboa. 1'aLe
nuittbor. Jiiutt rfatiperoui iiifttlKu.
Inn, an d Itnllniioilt.
. Iutlmanl.1, ..J
a ili.nl fur ti.rtlaul.rt. lutlmanl.1.
"luilcr rur i.b.
dies." in UUir, Ij rrtiini
r SI .11. 1II.UUU li'tlaieouu. MniKFir,
ol4 tj tU Loci! lru(UM,
T sreserm aid tnllT '
doris Elr A as tha oxW
ot this dlsaate.
ri 10 a DAT).
aiuutmlMi ll (Ml
AmiUrdam, N, T,
Wa have told Jllr Q tJ
many years, and It naj
-vn th but Of itU
li, M.. 01 ill iri wy. 1
EflNVBOYAL P LIS
mjIK OHKAT VENN6YLVAN1A ROUT
. : ,
lo i'nS'Korlh, West and Southwell,
Tttltk. Blilendto fcCSherv.
btocl Halls, Mae:
.tlt.K. '..- It ... -. .
mi ice m, ii-nuipracni.
IK imct MAt 3, 1891
Trains leave ashlngton from station, corner
of Hlxth and 1) strroti , n follows!
Foil PiTT.ilifim nnd ilia West, Chicago Lim
ited Express of Pullman Vcstlhuto oars at
10.C0 n. in. dally; Fust Lino, 10.00 a, hi, dtlly
to Chlcap-o, Columbus and St. Louis, with
Parlor Car llorrlslmrg to Pittsburg, nnd
Sleeping Cars from Pittsburg to Indianapolis,
I'lttshurg to Columbu; Altoona to Chicago.
St. Louis, Chicago nnd Cincinnati Express,
3 80 p. tn. dally. Parlor Oar Washington ta
Ilarrlshnrg, nndSteopliuj Cars Unrrlsljiirc to
St. LnuK Chicago and Cincinnati, and Din
ing Car Harrlsburg to It. Louis, Chicago
and Cincinnati. Western Express, nt 7.10 p,
m. dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to
Chicago and St. Louis, connecting Tally at
Harrlsimrg lth through sleepers for Lonls
vlllanud iMemphls. Pullmnn Dining Car
I'lttshurg to Richmond nnd Chicago, Pacific
Express, 10.00 p. in, daily, for I'lttsbura; and
tho West, villi through sleeper to Pittsburg,
and Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND I'OTOMAO RAILROAD
Fon Kane, CAVACTAtatrA, Rochester and Nl-
agara Falls dally, except Bunday8,10 a. ra.
Fon Kmr, CaNaniuioOa and Rochester dally;
lor lluffnlo and NUL-ara dnllv. extent Hatnr.
day, 10.00 p. in., with Sleeping Car Washing.
iuu in itiuursier.
Fon Wii.i.tASHroiiT. Rochester and Niagara
rain, ,. in p. m. nsuy, except naniTuay, rrun '
Mll,f.,1,l f'n ll'fl.litnnlAn a TInl.1i.al.r
I on WlLLiAusroliT, Itcnovo and Elmlra, at
10.TO a. m. dally, except Sunday.
Fon WiLMAMsront, dally SIM p, m.
(.Foil Piiti,Aiir.i.niiA, Kew York and lho East,
7,50, H.00 nlid 11.00 n. ni.; 12.15, 2.10,3.15, 4.20.
. 6.40, lo.ooand 11.3.1 n. m. on HundayVB.OO ami
11,00 n. m.,19.13, 2.10, 3.1S, 4.20, 10.00 and 11.85
p. m, Limited Express ot Pullman Parlor
Cars, vtlthDlnlntr Car, to New York, 0.40 a.
in. dull)', except jsunday.
For Nrvv Yonu only, Limited Express with
Dlntug Car, COO p. m. dally.
FOR PHILADELPHIA 0NLYt
Fast nxprcss s.10 n, m. vtceX days and 4,00 p.
m. daily. Express, Sunday, only, S.40 p. m.
Fon DostoX without change, 3.15 p. m. every
Fon HnooKi.TN, JJ. Y., all through trains con
nect nt Jersey City with boats ot Hrooklya
Annex, affording dlrept transfer; to Fnlton
street, avoiding doulilo ferriage across Ncvf
Fon Atlantic CiTf, 18.15 p. ra. week dtys,
ll.ai D. in. dolly.
Fon ItALTiBionn, fi.n.1, 7.50,8.10, 0.00, 9.40, 10.00.
10 DO, 11.00 and 11.50! n. m 12.1S, il.10, 3.18,
3.0, 4.00, 4.20, U.S0, 0.00, D.40, a00 T.40, 10.09
ana 11.33 p. m. On Sunday 0.00., 0-0."., 10.60
11. CO a. ni.. 12,15, S.10, 3.1D, 3.10, 4.09,4.20, B.0P,
0.40, (1.00. 7.40, 10.00 nnd 11.33 p. ra.
Fon Porg'a Cni;tn Line, 7.20 a, in. and 4.80
p", si. dally except Sunday.
Fon ASNATOM3, 7.20 nnd 11.00 a. m.114S0 anG
4.20 p,m. dally except Sunday. SundajB,
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
In effect Mauch 29tu, 1691.
Fon ALEXANDRA, 4.50, 0.35,7.13, 8.40,0.45, 10.
a. m., 12.01 noon, 1.00, 2.10, 3.30, 4.25, tM,
G.43, 0.15, 8,02, 10.03 and 11.33 p. mi On Son
day at 4.30, 7.43, 0.43, 10.47 a. m., 1.00, 2. 13, 0.15,
, 8.02 and 10.03 p.m.
Accosimodatipn for Qnantlco, 7,43 a. m. and
4.K5 p. in. vt cek flaj i. 7.45 a. m. Sundays.
Fdn IliciiMOND add th6 South, 4.30 and 10.57
a. nt. dally. Accommodation 45 p. ra. week
Tiiaiks i.zate Alexandria for Washington,
6.05, 7.05, 8.00. 11.10, 1015,11.17.-11.41 a. ra.;
1.20,3.00,8.00,3.50,6.10, B.41, C.13, 7J13, 0.20,
10.50 and 11.03 p.m. On Sunday at 010.10.15,
11.17 and 11.41 n. m.; 2.W, CIO, 7.05,7.40, 9.0&'
nnd 10 50 p. m.
Tickets nnd Information at tho oflice, north
cast corner of Thirteenth .street and l'cnnsyl
oanla avenue, nndnt thostatloq,.whero orders
can bo left for the checking qt baggage to desti
nation front hotels and residences,
CHAS. E. PUG1I, J. It.. WOOD,
GeperalIanagcr. General Passenger Agent.
EICUMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD
Schedvle in Effect Armt. 20, 1301.
All trains leave and arrive at Pennsylvania
passenger station. Washington, D. O.
8:80 u. ni. Dally for Culpepcr, Charlottes
ville, Lynchburg, llockr Mount, Danville,
Greensboro', Italclgh.AshevIllo, Charlotte, (fo
lumbia, Aiken, Augusta, Atlanta, Birming
ham, Montgomery, New Orleans, Texas and
California. Pullman Sleeper Now York to At
lanta and Pullman Sleeper Atlanta to New Or
leans. I'ullrnan Sleeper Danvlllo.la Colum
bia and Augusta to .Macon; connects at Lynch
burg with Norfolk nnd Western Railroad for
Roanoke. Bristol, Kuoxvlllc, Chattanooga and v
12:10 p. m. Daily, Washington and South
western Vcstlbnled Limited, between Wash
ington and Atlanta, composed, entirely ot Pull
man cars, on vUiIdi an extra rate ot fare Is
charged; arrives Atlanta 7 a, in. next day.
Consult tlmo table for stops.
6:S0 a. m. and 2:20 p. in. Dally, 'cxce pt San
day, for Strasburg and lutcrmedlato stations.
4:33 p. tn. Daily, runs to Lynchburg; carry
ing Pullman Sleeper to Memphis via, Lynch
burg and DrNloI.
11:00 p. m. Southern Express dally for
Ljuthburg, Danville, Raleigh, Ashevllle,
Ctuilotte, Columbln, Anguata, Atlanta,
Montgomery, New Orleans, lexas aipl Cali
fornia, Pullman Vestibule Car Washington to
Now Orleans via Atlanta nnd .Montgomery.
Pullman Sleeper New York nnd Washington to
Ashci 111c and Rot Springs, N. 0., vla-Salubury.
Alo Washington to Augusta via Charlotte and
Trains on Washington and Ohio division
leave Washington U.tiO a. m, dallv, 0:23 p. m.
dally and 4:13 p. in., except Sunday; re
turning arrive Washington b:30 n.jn.jind 5:45
p. ni. dally nnd t:53 a. in., exceptSunday,
Through trains from tho South via Charlotte,
and Dnmtllc arrlvo In Washington 8:18
n. in., 10:23 a. in. andb:55 p. m.; via Esst
Tennessee, Bristol anil Lynchburg at 3:05 p.
in, nnd f:53 p. in. Strasburg local nt It); 17 a. m.
Tickets, sleeping car reservations and Infor
mation fiirnliihcd und baggage checked nt of
fice, 1300 Pennsylvania avenue, and at passcn
Scr station, Pennsylvania Railroad, Sixth and
JAS. L. TAYLOR. Gen. Pass. Agent.
AL1 IMOHE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Schedule In effect April 10, 1891.
Leave Washington from station corner ot New
Jcreoy avenue nud O street,
Fon Chicago nnd Korthn est, Vcstlbnled Lim
ited txpiess dally 11,30 a, in., express 8.30
Fon Cincinnati, St Louis anil Indianapolis,
express dally, 3.30 aud 11,80 p. m.
Fon PiTtanur.a and Cleveland, express dally
11.80 and 8 50 p. in.
FonT.KMGTON und points In lho Shenadoah
Valley, tlO.10 a. ni.
FOii W1KCUL8TEU nud way stations t3.30 p. m.
Ton I.viiay, f.50 p, m,
Fon Uai.timoiie, w eek days, 4 01, 5,00, G.33. 7,20,
7.80, (8.00 13-inInutes), .!M, tl.:K, (10.00. 11.00,
a. in,, 12.00 upon, 45-nilnntcs), 12.10, 2.15. 2.50,
(3.15, 43-niluutes), 3 23, 4.23, 4.80, 4.55, (5.10.45
lilinutcs), 5,:W, 0.15, fi 20, 7.13, 7.SO, 0.00, 10.E0
and 11.30 p. in. Bundflj 8, 4.W, 7.20, 7.30, 8.30,
U.S5 (10.C0 a. 111., 12.00 noon, 13-mlnutes), 1.00,
2.15, 2.50 3.25, 4.30, 4 5.3, (5,10, 43-mIuUte?),
(i.15, 0.20, 7.80, 0.00, 10.30, MM p. m.
iFdn ANNArotis, 0.35 nud 8.30 n, in., 12.10 and
4.25 p. in. Bnndajs, UM . in., 4 SUp. in.
Fori FnEDzmcif, tll.SO a. in., $1.15, WM, tl.80
Fon llAOKiiSTOivN. -110.40 a. m. andt5.30p.ro.
ROYAL DLVE LINE FOR NEW YORK AND
Fort New Youk, UohIou and the East, 4.05,
tWH), (10.(H), a. m Dining Car), l2.00noon.
2.5U,(5.10 Dining Cor), and (S:30, ;0.30 p.m.
Iliittet Parlor Cars on nil day trains. Sleeping
Cai 011 the 1(1.1X1 p. 111 ; open nt 10.00 u si.
FoiiISo&ton, 2.50 p, m.,vith Pullnun HutTet
bleeping Car running through to Hoston
without change, via Poughkeepelo llrldgo,
landing passengers In II, ii M, station at
Foil Philadelphia, 4.a"i, tP.OO, 10.00, n, m.,
12 ( noon, '2.50, r 10, 8.S0 nml 10.30 p. iu.
Fon Ncwauk, Del., Wilmington and Chester,
4.05, 18.10 a. m., "12.00 noon, 'SM, 5.10,
fe,S0 and 10.:w ti. ni. Limited cxpjosa
stopping nt Wilmington only, 10.O0 a, m.
Fon Atlantic Citv. 4.03 and 10.00 a. in., 12.00
noon, bundajs, 4.03 n. in., 12.00 noon.
For (line of subiirbau trains see time tables
to bo had of all ticket agents.
tExccpt Sunday. 'Daily, JSundayonly.
linggogo culled for nnd checked from hotels
and residences by L'nlou Transfer Company on
orders left nt ticket otllces. 010 aud 1351 Pcnn-
iylantu avenue, und at Depot.
CHAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Pass. Agt.
behedulo In effect April 1. 1891.
Tralna leave Union Depot, Sixth and B
streets, 10X7 n. in, for Newport News, Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk dally. Arrlvo t
Old Point at 11.30 p. m. nud Norfolk at 0.55 p. m.
S.00 p. 111 Cincinnati Express dally for sta
tions in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky
and Cincinnati. Vestlbulo Sleepers ami en
tire train run through without change to Cin
cinnati, arriving hi 7.50 11 ui.
11 10 p, m.-P V. V. Vestlbulo Limited, dally.
Solid trains, with dining cars, run throuyh
without change to Cluclnuotl, Vestibule
Sleeper for Lexington, Louisville and through
sleeper to Richmond. Va. Pullman Cars are
open to rerelo passcugcrt atfp, in,
Oflice, B13 Pennsylvania avenue.
II. W FULLER, Qcn. Pass. Agont.
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