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LOCAL MAKKKT3
iliwe to nlwolulely no eliniigc In any of
the quotations since the Inst review ex
cept In tlioMnglo item of strnwherrlei
mill tlmt li oxplaliiod on nccount of the
rlHloof thltnucnts which continue light
ortliton Trnilc is somewhat brlsKer
In prime rule of licef nlthough It con
Unties WMrcc biding tlio coming of Krnss
frd liecf The butchers say that jipople
ore geltliiK educated up to prices There
Is Hie bfirest ixialtlo margin for profit
in liort ltf won to the butchers
rixit Rust family M73 tier barrel
145 torSHck quarter barrel best Mln
nesotit I0ro to fTiO per barrel 13 per
per sack Graham cents per poiiml
entlro wheat 7 tor barrel
JliiM II per bushel 25 cents per peck
hominy 33 cents per peak grits 17 cents
por pneknge llakos lft cents or package
it cents por ouml wheatlets 15 cents per
package oatmeal A cents per pound
lleckers cracked wheat 0 cents per
pound lnrlnn 10 cent per pound sago
10 cents per pound rice 7 to 10 cents per
pound tapioca 10 cents icr jiound split
or green puns S cents per ihhiikI lentils
10 cents per pound
llmm Klglti creamery 10 to CO cents
1cniisylraiila 9H to 10 cents fancy print
10 cents
1ioos 10 cents or doron
CiimssK Cream is to M conts per
pound new Ktijillsli 25 cents old Kng
llsli HO conts Cmnciihort 30 cents lint
burgor IS cents Itomicfort ft cents
pineapple onoh GO cents Bntwagv 10
tents per cake Kroiiingodoiirie CO cents
per pound bch wolticr T3 cents per jwundj
KliKlish pineapple CO cents each ftldam
l15 to f 125 per lece parmesan GO ccutn
per iKJiiud neufcliatcl 5 to 7 cents pur
cake
VKmmniKs 1otatocs flflO per
bushel new H per peck sweet
50 cents per peck cabbage 5 to lft cents
per liond cauliflower Ml to 10 cents per
head beets now Florida 7ft cents nor
peck homo grown 2ft cents per hunch
onions 7ft cents icr peck siring beans 1
per peck Florida tomatoes M cents per
pound cucumbers i0 cents each Southern
new ppcrs ft ier dozen now car
rots 10 cents icr bunch lettuce CO cents
to 1 ir dozen asparagus -ft to C0 cents
per bunch celery cents per bunch
vater crefscs 10 cents per bos pic plant
5 cents t bunch egg plant 15 to lift
rents each snap beans IX cents I peck
Xi cents lnr 1 peck cabbage ft to 10 cents
per head rhubarb ft cents per bunch
Inwii Mhvtk lleof 8 to 2ft cents per
pound steaks lft to Si cents roasts 121 to
20 cents veal 10 to 20 cents roasts 125 to
20 centb cutlets 20 to 2ft cents mutton
to 20 cents sprint Iamb 2ft to 30 cents
corned beef 8 to 125 cents per pound
CiRii JIkats Hams 13 to 15 cents
pound shoulders 10 cents pound bacon
JO to 12 cents pound pickled pork 10
cents pound lard 10 cents pound
X iimh llsii Shad 2ft to ft cents
each bucks or melts 23 cents each
rock bass Jft cents per ound pom
pano 2ft cents ticrcli lft cents per
string strawberry perch 10 cents per
pound lloundcr 10 cents per pound
Spanish mackerel 30 cents per pound
imported white bait SO cents German
carp 12J cents salt water trout 12J
to lft cents per pound while perch 2ft
ccnls per string hard crabs 40 lo 50
ft cents iter dozen Kels 10 cents cach
lobstcrs 20 cents icr pound bull frogs
3 per dozen 25 cents each
roiiTisv Chickens roasting 18 to 20
cents per lb spring chickens 50 to 10
cents per lb turkey 22 cents per pound
duck 20 cents per pound capon 23 cents
per pound
I riIts Apples 76 cents to f I per peck
jMasicim oranges 30 to 40 cents per dozen
Florida SO to 75 cents per dozen Indian
Itiver oranges flj Shaddock 10 cents
each pineapples 20 to25 cents each grapes
10 iu to ima Iir iuiuiu airuwucmcs ov lu
50 cents jcr quart lemons 2ft cents a
dozen bananas 20 cents a dozen cran
berries 15 cents per quart mandarins -10
ciits per dozen
Canniu Goons Lobster 23 cents per
can tomatoes 10 cents per can
falmon 20 cents Caviare 35 cents
per can condensed milk lft to 18
cents per can French peas 15 to 2ft cents
er can American ju as 12 to 20 cents
mushrooms 20 to SO cents per can corn
10 lo 15 cents per can peaches 2ft to 30
cents- asparagus 23 to ft cents per can
JCtis Kngllsb walnuts 17 to 20 conts
per pound new llrazll 10 cents per pound
pecans 13 cents per pound almonds 20
cents per pound filberts 13 cents per
pound
Tito Cuttlo Blnrhct
AiiuNfiTOx VV April L3 Cattle Host
5 to 5J good to 6 medium -1 to IS
common 2i toll 07 sheep umflamlis
Sheep 3J to 01 lambs 0 to 73 spring
lambs 7J to 81 calve to 51 cowsund
valves f25 to f 15 Market good
A DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT
Slivn liy tlie MiiihoNiiciun Club lit tint
Norwood Jnstltiilo Lust Night
Yetteeday was thc327th birthday of the
late William Shakespeare t was also
the twenty first anniversary of the organ
ization of the Shakespeare Club of this
city The club celebrated its ntlainmcnt
to majority hv an entertainment at the
raldcnco of Mr and Mrs V 1 Cabell
last night
President K II Hay made the opening
address and the Washington Mandolin
JSanio and Guitar Club rendered some
excellent selections Mr Charles K Jtlce
followed with n vocal solo Mr Charles
li Jtlce Miss Amy Iearelt Mr C K
Vc6t imil Mr Inancy contributed to the
musical programme Mr Charles Klcli
urd Dodge read mi original poem of
merit
The following sccnos from Shakes
peares works were produced in a most
creditable manner by tlio members of the
club
Much Ado About Nothing act 1
scene 1 liencdlck Mr Albert Lo Urcton
Iluitrice Mrs lily tarr Leontito Mr 1
T treckor and Claudio Mr L S Uaoon
As You Iiko It act 3 scono 3
Touclitono Mr S C Klliott William
Mr W C Stlerlinund Audrey illss Har
riet Hollowell
Taming of tlicKlirew act 2 scenol
Iotrouchlo Mr 10 11 Hav Kathcrine
MiseltoterooscboiDaptlstaMrJllIhllp
and Hurtenslo Mr v II Conlcy
Courtship Scene from Henry V act
ft sceno 2 King Henry of Knglaud Mr
I Q Kico Katlioiiue of France Miss
Janet Diehard and Alice lady iu wait
ing Mlw Amy Uuvitt
Midsummer Nights Dreum act ft
woiie 1 Uuke Tlieicui Mr llice Hlp
polyta Miss Ada Itbodes Demetrius Mr
Ie Ilretou und Iysaniler Mr Ireston L
llelden x
Prologue Mr Jlnlp Iyrmnus Mr
Hay Thisbe Mr II F itobert Wall
Mr Klliott Moil Mr Conlcy and Moon
Mr llacon
After Supper ixprH to Yorlc via
II V It Jt
Iii order to accommodate increased
Iriid to Philadelphia npd Xcw York the
It v O if ItU bas plated In service
a fa t ivpress train with Sleeping car at-
IliUKl Ituvlng asliinuton at 880p
at P 111 mile Iiihln at m
m
Ntw lrk at 8ft2o in Passongeri can
rui urn luidlsturbcil in sleeper until 730
a in This train carries the V S mall
wlil ih distributed by ilret morning do
lnnv iii Philadelphia and New VorU
SliiirpliiHtiH
Ni ill ngulnr monthly target practlco
I il I nusury iiiard Coiupiiny II Sixth
Jinn i tliiruxm of thecomniaud iiall
tud - Ijiiriwlinolers Tlie following wore
ili n ri s at O0 and 000 yards Privates
ll vitb 21 22 Armstrong 11 2J
ii I if I lft Km- 2121 ilover 2110
Milium 2ti 21 Villi 13 12 1 minx
Iv Huiimt 15 21 Jurrott 111 IS linn
iiii - Klliii 21 21 Clielllli to 12
iii li K joyntiin 13 II Davenport
mill Slenuv lft 17 Corporals Hitr
i ion li 10 am Uuig 2- 22 Kergeants
Lib J 2t Smith 23 21 llilcll 22 21
in il MnivJui 11 1L IieniuiiHUt Moore
ji fu iiteiiunt Tomliiikon 20 21 and
i ii mm lu Mtt li II
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f f u wtuittoseeHll the newwt fabrloi
in Kiiitlngs and trousering for spring wear
at prices in harmony with your purse cull
at IMsonian Uros tailoring department
coruer Seventh and K streets
For pure old borkloy go to Tharps
818 V rcet nortliwest
ii-
i i liiTlTlnlardBBMiwii ij lijfijjjgjJJIPWiiittMHKWW
A NOTED SrOKTSMAK HH11E
The Oliiimplon llilnl Shot or tbo Omni
try lYViifctiliigton
In lrofessor foUn lrta this city has
one of the most expert illlo and pistol
shots In he country Profeesor Lorls has
been named Greek John and In a short
time he will join the MuUloon Kilralu
Athletic and Specialty Company at llaltl
inore and early in 02 ho will star In sev
eral of tbo large theatres of this country
Ho lias the reputation of being able lo
break moro glass balls with n revolver
than many other men can with n shot
gun Fvcry theatre In which he has an
leorcd has witnessed his victories over his
antagonists with their oan woaiou
One exceedingly dangerous feat he tier
forms Is shooting a visiting card when it
in held Willi the edge toward him but his
bicycle act Is the only successful ono of
the kind ever attempted He rides at full
speed iikiii a upright ma
chine and breaks glass balls shoots ap
ples placed on the head of an assistant
and while riding can shoot anything
thrown in the air
A clever feat performed recently by Mr
Iorls was taking a card mid making a
mark upon It up the length of six cart
ridges and then shooting at It with the
slx cartridges hitting It In such a manner
as to completely obliterate tbo mark
Professor lorls is now in his 23th year
and Is a handsome specimen of physical
manhood A gold badge bedecked with
diamonds and rubles ornaments his chest
and was presented by his admirers in this
city for defeating every person who nc
ccptcd his challenge
As a star he Is already assured of suc
cess as the leading papers of the country
nro loud In their praises of him His
backer Is the well known wrestler Greek
George
Professor Iorls career as a rifle shot
began when ho was but 10 years of age
At that time he evinced a dcslro to become
prollcient Inthehaiidllngof lire arms and
was presented with a toy rille ltevolvers
were his hobby mid he was not long In
exceeding all around him In fancy shoot
iiiL
plon shots of the country and since his
adopting this city as his home which ho
did eight years ago lie has made many
friends in society all of whom will regret
his leaving the city
Hu is Infatuated with this city and is
proprietor of the two largest shooting gal
leries here one being on Pennsylvania
acniie near Third street and the other
on tlie same avenue near Twelfth street
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A31USE1IENTS
Tlio Adam torcpnucli Show
Tlio Adnjn Forcpaugh Show from the
first year of Its existences up to tills very
day and hour hns always been considered
by both press and public to bo the fore
most tented exhibition on this continent
Illval managers in vcars past endeavored
to compete with the Forcpaugh Show
but all such would-be-rivals always re
tired in good order or If they continued
the contest became bankrupt
There has never been ami is not to dav
a successful rival of tlio Adam Forcpaugh
Shows on tills continent wo except no
body in making tills declaration This
great show now as In the past welcomes
opposition and dclics competition It is
the representative arenic exhibition of
America and will exhibit in this city on
Wednesday and Thursday of noxt week
April 20 and SO
Clevelands Colored Mlnxtrcl
The Now York Vn lias this to say of
the Cleveland Colossal Colored Minstrels
who will appear at the Academy of Music
Lincoln Hall to night and to morrow
matinee atid night
Last night tin audience that crowded
every part of the spacious Grand gave tes
timony iu emphatic volume to the worth
of a burnt cone troupe which coming to
us under a familiar title devolopcd sur
prises in its entertainments and intro
duced new and good performers as its
entertainers
The Cleveland Colossal Colored Carni
val Minstrels had won welcome from last
liiglivs House uetoro llio nrst part was
finished and it was tribute uncommon
no less significant that every ensuing
number on the programme to tlio linlsli
held undiminished the numerous siccta
lors The new show in short was a suc
cess and a substantial one It will bo
seen in New York often henceforth that
Is certain for last nights outcome of its
metropolitan debut meant much
Spimlili Dunces at Kcrimux
Among tho now Spanish dances which
Tcxarkanos will execute at Kcrnaus to
night aro the Fandango Castlllauo La
Ilolcro Papoletti or Kite Dance Cachuca
Lstudlcntlua Manola Madrilese Turau
tclla La Holcro Cigalc Minuet Ilandcrlllo
With a matchless skill and a native grace
which even a senorita might cuvv Tex-
arkanas seems perfectly at home In those
sensational dances and displays a wild
artistic enthusiasm of which her Ln Car
mencita Dance gives but agllmpse Her
bert Crowley has been studying character
during tins visit and threatens to imper
sonate several ladies who oro always very
conspicuous on tho street
IUI1ES DISPENSING CHARITY
Tho inod AVoik or tbo Dnlxy Cliilln
Guild mi Urciiiiliitlon of Children
There Is n band of little toddlers iu tho
city who for sweet charitys sake have
organized tho Daisy Chain Guild Their
object is to care for tho orphans iu the
Childrens Hospital Tlio Guild has given
SlSCOtn the hospital and is still contribu
ting Kacli member of tlie organization
mokes ten articles suitable to sell and con
tributes them Every year a sale Is held
and the proceeds given to the hospital for
the entertainment of the Inmates
To morrow the annual sale for tlilsyear
will take place at 101H Connecticut ave
nue in Mr Ilcldcn Nobles store which
he always allows the guild to use free
The stile will last from 10 oclock Satur
day morning till 7 In tlie evening and
after 1 oclock tea will bo served in tho
tea room presided over by Miss Illalno
by twenty of the little guild girls
The guild lias over KK members and its
olllccrs aro Miss Grace Train president
Miss Mary Iiowcnwlse secretary and Miss
Elizabeth Davis treasurer The kinder
giirtcn committee of tlioClilldrcns Hospi
tal Mrs Archibald Hopkins chairman
Mrs MI Davis Mrs T II M Mason
Miss Ilcckwlth Mrs Coldcron Carllslo
Miss Dahlgrcen and Mls3 Klbby will have
supervision of tlie sale and this commit
tee selected the olllccrs of the guild
The oft postponed trial of Miss Lucy
Gardner of Fast Grange NJ on an in
dictment for grand larceny found against
her by the Essex County N J grand
Jury on complaint of Stern llrothcrs the
dry goods dealers of West Twenty third
street this city was iu tlio Court of
Ouarter Sessions at Newark yesterday
I he fashionable people of the Orangot
were nrutcnt In court ln iroodlv numbers
It is alleged that last December Miss
Gardner purchased good from tho llrm
and ordered them sent to her residence in
East Orango C O I When the box
was returned to tho iiiestcngcr it was
found to contain a lot of worthless beads
Inktomi of as alleged tho goods sent from
Now York Miss Gardner denies the
charge Sri York Iteeonlrr 2k
Iltllu Hoy
short punts suits from ii upwards Elso
man liros 7th it 1
Mrs Maria Iamsoii of llalllmore who
Is a eoiulu of Ch trios Stewart Parnull iue
nerUi that Mr IurmtUs mother has one
curious idiosyncrasy In regard ton hore
she owns Kho will not uso the animal
herself or permit any ono else to use him
He has noi beou in linrnowi for yours but
stands in the stable and oats the year
round He luu grown so vicious through
neglect of handling that ho has to be fed
through a bole In the wall Water is
piiMied in to til jh once a day on a long
pole
No bettor whisky In the market than
Ilerkcley at Tharp i 818 V street north
west
PA llnston Notion First School lluy
My mamma is At Home every Thursday
Second School Hoy Lor I What days
docs thugo out to work- Itotton Trait-
I ni
For Malaria Liver Trou
ble or Indigestion use
BROWNS IRON BITTERS
THE OHITIO AND HEOOUD WASHINGTON O 3TIUDAY EVENING
I I
A
AJ10N0 THE PAINTKUS
Tlio Last Id ml on Inhibition
Corrtipniidmrf KfW lork Tim
Sir Frederick lclghtons hlof exhibit
Is n study of an old classical subject The
Itctcuo of Andromeda It Is a broad
canvas with cvory detail highly elab
orated Ho Is understood lo bo person
ally full of contentment over tbo work
I am particularly proud of thooyoof
my dragon ho said loan amateur study
ing the picture It is ono of the most suc
cessful pieces of painting I have ever
done Sir Frederick is already engaged
on n big picture for next year The Gar
dens of the Hesperldcs a subject af
fording ample licld for Ills special art
aptitudes
t Among Millals portraits his likeness of
Mrs Joseph Chamberlain will delight hor
American friends Ily thoso who do not
know the lady tho picture will be long
looked at and admired for Its rclliicmcnt
of beauty In the color scheme its grace of
peso and general artistic harmony Tlio
portrait Is half length The lady sits near
a small table on which stand nvaso of
roses and n tea set of French china grav
draperies warmed by tho pinks and reds
of tlio rojes nnd set off by the yellow and
blue tints In vase and china compose tbo
colors Tlio full blue eyes suggest a world
of fccllngaud of thought and the exquis
ite set of the small graceful head com
pletes n perfect picture Mlllais has done
no belter portrait work
Alma Tndoma departing from his old
scenes of ltoman classic history presents
u study of the sweetest of lite old Homo
can havo known a young mother bend
ing over and kluslng with rapture her
baby boy Tho scene of tho baby wor
ship is still Tademas old Koine Moor
and wall of marble n curtained recess
leading to a marble bathroom and the
light shining though an onyx window
Tho baby lies on the cushion of n bronze
couch his arms stretched out toward his
mother greeting her embrace
iiITOMAl 1KHSONAIS
The entertainment of tho Confederate
wurrlor General Fltzbugh Lee on Satur
day night at Youngs mid the mutual ex
pressions of national fraternity all around
the table offered another proof that tho
lost embers of sectional strife have ex
pired among all tho truly representative
men both of the North and South lio
Ion GtoU
llaron Favas eminent services as a dip
lomat should be rewarded by a nowtltle
Ho should become Count Maflavn llttf
falo JCrprtu
With Mr Potter Palmer backing Mrs
Potter Palmer and with nobody or
nothing but St Louis backlugMlsslhuibo
Cotizlns the chances seem to bo all in
favor of tho party or the llrst part This
cxpcrlcnco ought to convince rheebo that
It is not good to be alone CVitayo Xtwt
The unco gttld of Philadelphia aro
determined to put an end to every kind of
Sunday labor in that city Nodonbtthcy
nrerigut mere is so little going on in
Philadelphia at any time that unless
some radical distinction is made Sunday
can hardly be told from any other day In
the week Jhston lst
Tho real reason why women feel deli
cate about assuming the privilege of suf
frage has at last cropped out It appears
that they cannot vote from the vest
pocket lfrst becottso they could never
llnd the pocket In time nnd second be
cause they havo no vest pockets At all
events one Kansas woman recently ap
peared at the polls ami after exploring
her skirts for full live minutes pulled out
a lit oPfoldcd of paper and triumphantly
voledlt During the count the Judges
were mystified at discovering a receipt lor
mixed pickles iu the ballot box Vhkaijo
Sim
Texas acted as if she were really a part
of the American tlnlpn and gave Prcsi
do rrison a genuine American re-
cup It is unolllclally stated that the
Executive Is not In sympathy with Gen
eral Sheridans sentiments relativo to tho
Lone Star commonwealth Omaha Jke
According to President Harrison tlio de
sire for a second term Is tho greatest evil
of our politics When this corrupting
Influence once takes possession of the
human mind he writes llko tlie love
of gold It becomes insatiable It is the
never dying worm in his bosom grows
with bis crowth and strructhens with the
declining years of its victim This was
writlon from tlio White Houso fifty years
ago and now President Harrison II is
having a sevcro attack of tlio never dying
worm and that in tlie presence of tlio en
tire country Si Jvxiis ltepnWlt
oviit Tin jsijts and wink
Induced you lo
Fuel of course Lift
V
marry lredt
When n mnn lioplnn lo know hlmnelt real
well lie Inn a cry poor opinion ot other
1tople TUt Jlaint Jlvnit
The miration ot tlio hour What time In It
Jugs hoiuIch It tlmti miutil lly en rnplitly It
moro people were on It htmlra Hostile
Ilie tenor voice broke on I lmrp anil tha
allien culled It
A llat failure
awum
tail
Italian organs cein to lave no use what
ever for American cartoons Jlattlinore Amer
lam
The heart ot a city I probably where Its
beats come from llwfitilmijilon JltjiHliHcdn
Sailor are said to be rrinarknblo for their
cjcslgbl or centre they are became they sen
to much Loicril Vowlh
What wages do you expect f asked Mrs
II of the candidate for the position ot cook
lady
1 never works for wages mum returned
tho cook lady I goes on salnry or notlilu
The Jioch
Ed Isnt Grinder pretty well run down In
health
NecM should say ho wa The poor fellow
In winking himself to death tijlug to earn
Money enough lo carry ids llto Insurance
louttl VltlZtH
If men knew as much ot tlicnuclven as they
tisulilly do of their neighbors thoy would
hardly dure to speak to themselves Ttta
Mfililgt
JIIsiSharpe Your friend Wooden rcmlndi
mo mi iiiiuh of tho learued profession
liiilllliuli Ali hell be glad to hear Jt hut In
what wiiyf
Miss Sliiirpo Why theres so much room at
tlio lop- Jloeton Com ler
Prospective Queens ot May will It thoy bo
wise Iicglu to provide thumsclrcii strips nt
red tunnel for their prospective aero throats
Jlotlon lMt
I have Just discovered why dead men tell mi
tnles
Well why
They leave tlmt lo obituary llnr tw
1oikJlaulil
A rather good story Is told ot an occurrence
nt ii residence In ono of tho rashlonablo quarters
of Washington a lew evenings ago Tlio lady
of the toui o was showing a visitor ot her own
sex herself a leader of the mart not tout
very handsome photographs While engaged
In this way n fresh culler arrived and the hint
rssiikkrdiho ludy uho was admiring tho pic
tin es to excuse her
Oh dont mind me said tbo other I wll
Slav here nnd llnlsh examining the photo
No miii wont suld the fair cnterlalner
Ive lost too many thut way already und
gathering up her treasures In huitr shu moved
li wo - Jlotlon Jhitl
CITY HlKUIAUi
XV II Houghton MniiiifuctiirluB Com
panys Client lliiigiiliis III furniture
If you aro looking for oxlra bargains In Fur
niture go lo the Houghton MtmufHctiirlug
tonipniiy this week nt Hn and 1331 1 streot
northwest They are offering special Induce
ments Oct their mires More on make your
piirrhuies It will ho a Wng ot time and
money Iu your pocket
AlsonsprrUI sale this week ot Childrens
Carriages Itefrlgerators and Mattings Sou
their elegant llvu ploco hummer Parlor Suites
In Oak and Cherry frames at 11175 Their
superhslock of hummer llraperlss Window
Miailei Furniture Slip Coverings etc Is com
plete leuvo your orders In trine for prompt
service Their stock Is complete In nil the de
partments at prices that will Induce you to
liny whether you lire ready or not
Ten Tor Cent Itnilnrtliin In Vnmltiiro
for Thirty I In vs
We are going to more from our prosont loca
tion to tliu commodious new building No 613
Sevonth struet uoithwest opposite the U 8
lostofllce Deiiartmeut April 1 will see us In
i hi
our new establishment but until then we will
see all tit the old stnud vm and tNtt Seventh
stieet nor Urn est where pending removal wo
best makes of lurnlluie Carpets etc at 10
pur cent reduction from former pi iion No
fairer teims inn be made auywtiure than at
Ituddeus furniture and Carpet Stores VM and
113 Seventh street northwest
tlio Company cither by telephone
NOTIFY
phone No 41 or by Icttor to tbo
olllco at No 41 Ninth Btrcot North
west near Lincoln Hall
Doing mode from puro spring water
distilled In tlio process of mnltliitt ami
ithen nitcrcd by the very best methods
tor nitration this Ico Is rspoclally ilcslr
nblo for drinking and other family uses
Tho aim of tbo management has been
to Bccuro to tlio city of Washington n
needed product of purity amWionllunit
Hess ami it will lio tholr further aim
to sccu ro prompt servlco and courteous
MISS KITTY TI0III8 JS DEAD
film 1rorcs Another Dint Ingulnlicd Vic
tim of ho drip I
fitm the Sin Yoik lttwnttrVbl
Miss Fells Tigris better known ns i
Kitty tho 51200 tigress at tcntrol Park
passed away to the feline paradise at 2S0
yesterday morning As is usual In cases
of pulmonary disease her last moments
were peaceful Tlie conventional smile or
peace settled upon her open countenance
at the touch of tho destroyer Tom Don
dime the night watchman was at her
side affectionately stroking her head when
the summons enmo for tlio tigress to Join
the celestial menagerie And so while
the crocuses in the beds outsldo of tho
death cage began to unfold their iris
tinted hues nt the touch of thodew 1200
worth of beautifully striped tigress be
came so much dead meat sultaolo only
for taxidermist and scalpel purposes
Suicrintcndcnt Conkllns honeymoon
countenance becamo clouded for a mo
ment when tlio news was imparted to
him and a general feeling of regret was
exhibited by the keepers For none
know Kilty but to love her that is from
a distance and none named her but to
wish they might no the possessors of her
licit to be mado Into n rug
Anton vitcucu
Aktoh C FirciiEit
EttHlillehCd 1833
ANTON FISCHERS
Dry Cleaning Establishment
AND
DYE WORKS
FLANNEL SUITS A SPEQIALTY
906 G Street N W
Nenr V S 1ntjnt Olllco Washington 1 C
ZEH SELTJZ
IMPORTING TAILOR
iaa F STltKKT NORTHWEST
Hprlngand Summer Importation now open
This In the lined line ot Imported looilt over
seen In Washington
TLOlllDA
Lands held ln reoerTe tor scrrcral years by
tbo Stato Government aro now ouoncd to set
tiers at tbelr actual valne
Thcso rcicrrcil lands lie along the eastern or
Atlantic Coast between St Angnstlne nnd Ills
cayno Day one halt mile to six miles from tho
ocean a argo portion being fa below the
IroEt limit
This Is the only eastern section IntkeTInlted
States where It Is posalhlo to raise semi-tropical
fruit and where early vegetables and trulls
can bo raised In tlino to catch the highest
Northern prices
Jluchot this land Is owned by tho Florida
Coast Line Canal and Transportation Com
pany and benrs a fine growth ot timber
Irom which largo sums may he renllrod Tho
section along tho Indian ltivcr and Lako Worth
Is well settled and the land Is the moH valua
ble In the State the east coast bclut tapped by
tonr railways and tbo rivers along the coos
being navigated by steamboats
Improved transportation facilities and do
llghttul climate being so near tho ocean tho
air Is much moro bracing than further Inland
make this an excellent opportunity tor actual
settlers
Xrlces ot land range rrora i Per aero npwara
Wc shall bo pleased to send maps toynlilp
plans and full Information to all who aro Inter
ested
KLOKIDA COAST LINE CANAL AND
TItANhPOItTATION CO
ST AUGUSTINE FLOltlUA
JOHN W DENNY President
Congressional Hotel aiii Cafe
This HOTIili AND CAFE Is situated ail
Joining the Capitol on tho most elevated point
-In Washington lrojn Its balconies a beauti
ful view can be had of thoontlre City ot Wash
Ington Arllngtou Heights Potomac ltivcr and
tho Capitol grounds
Guests accommodated with delightful airy
and well vcntllated rooms nt special rates
HENRY BROCK
ntoiitiUTOit
Formerly ot New York and New Jersey
Horeo care from all tho railroad depots pass
In front ot this hotil
PHBST
JIILWAUKEK UEBII
BEST
On Account ot Parity Ago and Strength
TvmDB
From tho Choicest Malt and Hops
Especially Hood
FOR FAMILY USE
Ueneflclal lor Weak and Debilitated
Persons
It Invigorates and promotes digestion giving
a normal tone to the stomach and thereby In
creasing tho appetlto
WASHINGTON WtANUU
703 705 North Capital St
Telephone 273
R SWiDDICOMBE
Manager
conduct on tbo part of all omployocs and
the delivery by them or FUIrj WKIUHT
Failure to Seeuro this Rcrvlco should bo
promptly reported
iliu iHluiluilluiiuuiuiiy lliviiru iu viaifc
the works at Fifteenth anil V Streets
Northeast tauo uoiumuin railway cars
and tlicro Inspect tho mothods of manu
facture and for thomBclvcs see tho best
arranged and best oqulppcd artificial lea
plant In tho world to day combining
tho best modorn machinery and nppll
nnccs for tbomaklmtof nuto Ico Tho
fullest examination by all Interested ts
earnestly invited
THE HYGIENIC ICE COMPANY
Office 419 ninth street n w
m GOYE PABI
Co opcratiYD Lana anfl Trust CouiDauy
The BOUTHKltN INVESTMENT COM
PANY now offer fOr ealo lands which form a
natural park fronting on the new Electric
lload now built from Tenallytotvn to lien
Echo Heights which lands are capitalized at
SS cents per equaro foot and stock Issued at
JSJo per share Each share of stock entitles
the holder thereof to ono undivided lot In said
park containing one fifth of ait acre or 8713
square tcct less tho amount required for
etcccts Ttcso lots or tho proceeds thereof
will bo allotted to tho shareholders at the ex
piration ot twenty ono months from date of
first payment by tho 80UT11EUN INVEST
WENT COMPANY in such a manner m jnay
be agreed upon by a majority ot shares Iu said
Co operative Company
Subscriptions to stock in Bald company shall
bo paid as follows
Each stockholder for each chare held shall
pay the sum of 10 thereon on or before tho
FIIIST WEDNESDAY ot EACH MONTH to
tho Secretary ot the SOUTIlEltN INVEST
WENT COMPANY or such person or persons
as tho SOUTIlEltN INVESTMENT COM
TANY hall authorize to receive the same
Any stockholder at the expiration ot six C
months from dote ot first payment may with
draw from the company by giving thirty days
notlco in writing to the Secretary ot tho
SOUTIlEltN INVESTMENT COMPANY and
at the expiration otthat tlmo shall be entitled
to tho repayment In the order ot tho dato In
which ho ir she filed bis or her notice from
the ilrbtmoncj B received Into the Company ot
all sunis paid on said stock with four IJpcr
centum Interest per annum thereon hut tho
right of withdrawal shall not extend beyond
six 0 months from the date ot first payment
Any stockholder may at any tlmo pay the
balanco due upon his or her share or shares of
stock ant thereupon the SOUTIlEltN IN
VESTMENT COMPANY will issuo to such
person or persons paid up stock which shall
entitle such person or pcrsous to one undivided
lot per cachsharo of stock In said Olcn Cora
Park containing pne nttti ot an acre as betoro
stated and which sha1l be allotted as herein
beforo provided Each shareholder who shall
elect to pay tho full amount ot his lock prior
lo maturity or who shall continno to pay
tho monthly Instalments ot 11 per month
promptly until twenty one 21 Instalments
havo been paid Id will be entitled to four
IJpcr cent Interest per annum on tho par
value ot the stock ns a rebate which will miiko
the stock cost actually only -210 per share
No better or safer Investment could be of
fered than this as there Is no posslblo chanco
to lose und being organized on the savings
bank principle purchasers receive on tholr
money an Interest amounting to tho rate ot
more than eight S per cent per annum he
sides tho prospective and undoubted lucrcaso
ln the value ot their purchase
SOUTHERN INVESTMENT COMPANY
Rooms 30 31 Corcoran Building
WASUINdTON D O
LEN GOVE PARK
Have You Seen It
OUB
lew Spring Stoci
I1Y ODDS THE IAIK1EST AND MOST
COMPLETE ASSOltTMUNT OF
C LOTH I N G
IN WASHINGTON
Our four floors nro stocked from floor to
celling with tho
UEST TA1LOH MADK OIOTHINU
Our Prices are Positively
ONE THIRD LESS
Than All Competitors
Drop ln and giro us a took
NEW YORK
311 Seventh Street N W
WHITE HUILDINU
MANUFACTOltlEH
BUFFALO N Y 8YII AOU8B N Y
We closo at 7 p m Saturday II p m
Wa
APRIL 21 1891
SHINGTON
G
CHANCE
OF A
LIFETIME
FOIt MEN OP EVEltY SIZE
SHORT TALI IAT pit LEAN
IN THE ItAQINO COLOIIS
TAN OKAY AND MODE
TEMPLE HOTEL AND
ASLIGHT
r
lOO J3 ozena
Comprises the Assortment and
50 IDozieiCL
Displayed In Our F Street Window
89c
Is tho PII1CE nnd It surely Isns we claim tho
ONLY CHANCE OF A LIFETIME
They wcro manufactured byoncot tho larg
est woolen concerns In the country that make
nothing but Standard Woolen Underwear
Everylplcco you buy ousavo01ciis the actual
value is 1W
You understand this Sacrifice Wo are go
ing to vacate nnd the goods must bo sold
TSie Combination
Twelfth and P Streets N W
KAUFMAN SICKLE
NEW MANAGEMENT
CAFE
MHS B H MARTIN
Inlo ot HaltlmOre having had extenslrc ex
perience respectfully Invites tho former
patrons and all new comers
Hales ltoom und board if 150 to -1 per day
Special care In every particular Is tho way to
plcate
CALL AND SEE
004 nnd OOO Ninth Street Nonr F
TOTEW YOHK 11UFFET
405 TENTH STItEET N W
licet and lnrest Honors In the City Im
ported Cigars
JAMES II COSTELLO lroprlctor
rruTE E1UUTT
WASHINGTON D C
Army and Navy Headquarters
Four Iron Flro Escapos
TEltMS a and 1 1cr Day
WIlLLAltDS HOTEL WASHINGTON D 0
O G STAPLES
Lato ot Thousand Isl Honso
Proprietor
QT JAMES HOTEL
EUHOPEAN PLAN
Sixth ttreet and Pennsylvania avenno
L WOODIIUHY Proprietor
lational Typewriter
11I1IESPEOTIVE of IltllB the 1IK8T aud
MOST COMPLETE WIHTINO
MACHINE MADE
seo
Awarded n medal by American Iustltuto
New York
FOlt bUPEHIOIIITY
Descriptive pamphlet mailed on application
George R Seiffert
t 610 F STREET NW
WAiMINUTON D O
187
VSSSK
MTr5l0lM
Itllirslll
c
411 413 Tonth Stroot Korth wont
A
JsnwOuu t BM
TO t DAT V
IHhujuwI 11 NB
trap ew iiuwoi
XX r tidrtk
tnUfiMOUaVJilOa
Br kU
mmmiiuit
G--S STOV3rUB
For Heating Bath Booms Bed Rooms
Halls Libraries b
ALbO BTOVB9 JOB
H ATOPERS TAILORS
CONFECTIONERS
c c
OMPANY
XS91
EDWARD F DROOP
925 Pa Ave N W
CALLS ATTENTION TO HIS LAHOE
STOCK OF
STEIN WAY
OZtLSLS
GrajT3L33
AND OTI1EH FIHST CLASS
THE WONDEHFUL SELF FLAYING
iCOLIAN ORGANi
Story Clarke
Clougli Warren
Needliam
Cabinet Organs
M on Installments EicliangGil Renteat
RepairGfl Tuuefl Movefl Storcfl
Violin Banjo anfl Guitar strings a
Specialty
SHEET MUSIC AND MEKCHANDISE
GENEItAL AOENTSFOn
NOltTH GEltMAN LLOYD HAMUUHQ
AMERICAN AND HOVAL
LAND STEAMSHIP COMPANIES
AT THE OLD STAND
925 Pennsylvania Ave
WASHINGTON D O
KINASE
Grand Upright and Squaro
PIANO -FORTES
Special Attention ot Purchasers Is In
vited to Oar
NEW AUTISTIC STYLES
Finished In Designs ot
HIGHEST DECOKATIYK AHT
PIANOS FOR RENT
Second Hand Pianos at All Prices
Wm Knabe Co
017 Markot Spaoo
fcEH1
TJBK CERES
BTERIiINO
MINNQOLA
CJOLDKN HILL
ZFXaOTJTR
And you will nlwayn havo boautlful
llreuu Rollti und Iilocults
Wnolouale Dopot oornor Flrat Stroot
nud Indiana Avonuo
WM M GALT b CO
mmmw
THE EVANS
TAL PAHLOltS
1317 Pa ave n w
Teotti extracted
tiosltlvely without
naln or dauirer bv
our paluless system
a iiarnuess vege
table vanur In uso
by ns only Its effects are pleasantand trans
ient ArllSclal teeth crown nnd bridgo work
at reasonable prices
niKIIIOAT
CMctiMlrrs KanlUfc IHmoud Tlraal
tNNYROYAL PILLS
OrlglitNl una lulf Genuine
BArc lway rWUUt lADIt Ml
vtatz il ror rMihnttr Analift ma
MAriJ llnuil ln lld nd UvlJ urlklUa
eled with blu lltiLan TL
no Bineh iitru9 asnoffDU iubiiliu
fl0ii nml Auruiiruliread4a
la itirorl for pirllcuLrl lulluanUl id
liollcf far ludlM Oi lilltr bj rrtan
f Binil IUWU uU0Ul ivom ttf MT
CnlciiclirCllclalalClSialtouHquHrsv
mil Uruiilili llilUdn 1S
xprssctins m raiiy
don KK n lh U
ptcldo for tha cartala tus
ot this dlssass
UUINOUAHAMMD
Amstsrdam N T
Vf have anld Wtpttt
tnanr years nd It ns
Klvn th but 01 lli
Lciio
Chlcuo Ill
Sjoo loitbrsmnUsa
WtAnAAKsVvsV
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ItAlltttlADS
jAa
ALIlMOHfi VIllO HA1LHOAD
Rchednte In effect April 10 1901
Leave Washington from station corner ot Neff
Jersey avenue and O street
FonCiitcAooabd Northwest Vcstlbulcd Lim
ited cxpicst dally 1130 n tn express 831
Foil Cincinnati St Lonls and Indianapolis
csptMs dally a50 and 1130 p in
Fon FiTWnrno nnd Cleveland express daily
HiMnndSHJp m
Fob LrUiM and points ln the Shenadoah
YnllcrtlOtOa in
Foil WiNciiESTKii and way stations 1530 p m
Fon IittitAr riM p ln
Fott HAiTiMonn ucek lava 4IB 000 033 79P
700 H04Mnlnutes 8UII U33 1000 1100
am 1300 noon ti raliiutes 1310 a 11 J50
1115 45 nilntltcs nM 1S1 fSO 455 51043
lnllllllfs 0S0 015 0S0 715 7T0 UOO J0S1
and llno p tn Sundays 405 7S0 730 8
USn 1000 a in UOU noon 4Vmlnutes100
315 SWI 3S5 4110 4Wi 510 45 mlnutca
n ni nm mm 11 mn
Fon ANMAtOLis Ofenndsuwa m 1210 and
43011
Fon Fm
nEDimcn
i in
i in 413 ii m
ni nunuays nui o
tllly
00 ni jl15 tltJO ttSO
FonllAtiiniTOWtttlOlOn tn and t5M p m
IIOYAL HLli LINK FOlt NEW YOItlC AND
PHILADELPHIA
Fon New Yom lloMon nnd tho East 105
1SO0 10l ii m Dlnlnjr Car l200iioon
3COi510Dlnlns Car and 330 1030 pm
Sleeplliff Cars
Hnttct Parlor Cars on nil day trains Sleeplnff
Car on the 1030 ii nt open nt 1000 1 pi
Fon Hoston 3Mip mtwith lullnun llnffet
Slcepltfe Car running tlirouRh to IliMton
wlthouf cbanKC via Pouahkeetisle linage
landing passcnecrs lu U AM station at
HOston
Fon PntiAnctriitA 101 tPOO 1000 a m
1300 noon 3t0 r10 W0 and 1030 p m
Fon NKWAnic Ilii WllmlnRton and Chester
4011 1810 a m li00 noon SW SIO
M0 nnd 1030 n in Limited express
stoppinc at Wllmluiilon only 1000 a m
Foil Atlantic Citv 405 nnd lii00 a in WOO
noon Sundays 405 a tn 1300 noon
For time of suburban trains seo tlmo tabej
to bo hud of nil ticket nyrms
tExcept Sunday Dally Snndnyonly
llsgRnco called for and cheeked from hotels
and residences by 1nlou Transfer Company on
orders left at ticket olllces OlJ and 1351 Penn
sylvania nvenitc nud nt Depot
J T ODELL CHAS O HCULL
Gen Manager Gen Pass Agt
HE IHEAT PENNSYLVANIA HOUTB
T To tlie North West nnd Southwest
Double Track Splendid Scenery
Steel Halls Magnificent Kcjnlpmont
IN EITICT UNLAflT 1O1801
Trains leave Washington from station corner
of Sixth and II streets as follows
Foil PiTTSiitito abd tho West Chicago Lim
ited Express ot lnlltnan Vestibule Cars at
1050 n in dally Fast Line 1000 a in dally
tn Lhtcaco Coluinhus nnd St Louis with
Parlor Car Hnrrlshnrg to Pittsburg and
Sleeping Cars from Plttsburgto Indianapolis
Pittsburg to Columbus Altoona to Chicago
St Louis Chicago and Cincinnati Express
330 pm dally Parlor Car Washington to
Ilarrlshurg nud Sleeping Cars llarrisbnrg to
Sn Louis Chicago and Cincinnati and Din
ing Car Hnrrtsburg to rt Louis Chicago
ami Cincinnati Western Express at 740 v
tn dally with Sleeping Cars Washington to
Chicago and St Louts connecting dally nt
Harrlsbmg with through sleepers or Louis
ville nnd Memphis Pullman Dining Car
Plttsburgto lllthmond nnd Chicago Paclfle
Express 1010 p in dally for Pittsburg and
the West with through sleeper to Pittsburg
and Pittsburg to Chicago I
UALTIMOIIE AND POTOMAC HA1LHOAT
Fon Kane CaxakdAmua Itobhtster nnd Ni
agara Falls dally except Sunday 840 am
Fon EitiK IANANHAKiCA and Ilocbeslerdally
for Htiffalonnd Niagara dally except Satur
day 1000 p in with Sleeping Car Washing
ton to Itoclicstcr
Fon WiLi iAiisfoitT Itochfster and Niagara
Falls 740 p ni dally except Saturday with
Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester
Foil Williams pout Itcuovo and Elmlra at
10 W a rn hilly except Sunday
Fon WnLiAMsronT dally 330 p m
Fon IlinAiiKiiiitA New York and the East
7S0 1100 and 1100 a in 1315 8103 15 480
B40 1000 nnd ll15 ti m On Sunday DUOa
m 1313 210 315 430 11100 aud 4 133 p
in Limited Express of Pullman Parlor
Cars with Dining Car to New York 040 a
iu dally except Sunduy
Fon Nuw Yo iik only Limited Express wlta
Dining Car tjuO p in dally
FOlt PlULADniJIIA ONLY
Fast oxnrcse 810 a in week day and 400 p
u dnllv Lxirees Sunday Only 540 p iu
Fon Uoston without change 313 p in every
day
Fon HnooKLVN N Y nil through trains con
nect nt Jersey City with boatsof llrodklyn
Annex atroidlng direct transfer to Fulton
street avoiding doublo ferrlago across New
York Cty
Foil Atlantic Citt 1315 pm weekdays
1183 p in dully
Foil I1A1TIMOIIK 033 730810 1100 940 1000
1050 J100 imd 1150 n in 1315 210 315
3 41X1 430 430500 540000 740 1000
nnd 1135 p in On Sunday liUO pin IOXiO
n Ill 1313 310 815 3 XI 400 430 500
B101K 740 1IIH0 anil 1133 p in
Fon Ioifs CuCkk Link 730u m aud 131
p ni flallv except Sunday
Fon Annaioiii 720 and UOO a m llffaud
430 i in dally except Sundiy Suudays
UOO ii in and ISU p in
WASHINGTON SOUTIlEltN ItAlLWAY
In irr kit Maucii 2ik 1801
Fon ALCXANIillIA 430 0a 743 840013 1047
n tn 1201 noon 100 310 3110 433 4JB
C45 1113 803 1005 nnd 1130 p in On un
day at 430 745 II 13 10 17 am 100243013
803 and 10O3 p m
Accommodation for Jimntlco 713 a m and
455 p in week duys 745 a in Sundays
Fon KiciiMOND and tho South MX and 1057
n in dally Accommodation 453 p m week
diijs
Tiiains icavk Alexandria for Washington
113 70 800 1110 10151117 1111 a ra
180 SWI 301 350 510 013 fi13 703 090
lOfiOnnd 1103 ii m On Sunday at 0101015
1117 and 11 II n m 200 510 703 710 030
nnd 10 50 pm
Tickets and Information nt thcofllce north
cast corner ot Thirteenth street and Peunsyt
onnla avenue nnd nt tbo station whero order
can ho left for the checklngot baggage to desti
nation from hotels und residences
CHAS V PlGII 3 It WOOD
General Manager General Paisenger Agent
AND DANVILLE HA1LHOAU
RICHMOND COMPANY
ScnrDULK ill Kitect Mauch 30 1801
All trains leave and arrive at Pennsylvania
passenger station Washington TJ O
t 30 ii ni Dally for Ciilpcpcr Charlottes
ville Lynchburg llncky Monnt Danville
Greensboro llulelgh Ashevlllo Charlotte Co
lumbia Aiken Augusta Atlanta Dinning
hum Montgomery New Orleans Texas and
California Pullman Sleeper New York to At
lanta and Pullman Sleeper Atlantn to New Or
leans Piillmnu Sleeper Danville via Colura
Ida and Augusta to Maron connects at Lynch
burg with Norfolk nnd Western ltallroadfor
ItnanoKc llrlstol Kuoxvlllo Chattanooga and
the Southwest
1310 p in- Daily Washington and Hontn
western Yesllbuleu Limited between Wash
ington and Atlanta composed entirely ot Pull
mini cars on which an extra rate of fare Is
chargtd arrives Atlanta 7 a in second day
Consult time Inblo for stops
830 a in and 221 p in Dally except Sun
day for Manassas Strasburg nud Interme
diate Millions
435 p in- Dally runs lo Lynchburg carry
ing Pullman sleeper to Memphis via Lynch
burg nnd llrlstol
1100 p ni Southern Express dally for
Lynchburg DnnUllc ItalelgliAshevllle Char
lotto Columbln Augusta Alkcu Atlanta
Montgomery New Orleans Texas nnd Cali
fornia Pullman Yeslthulo Car Washington to
New Oilcans via Atlanta nnd Montgomery
Pnllmau Sleeper New York and Washington to
Atlieilllo and Dot Springs N I via Salisbury
Alo Wushlugtuu to Augusta via Chmlotto aud
Columbia
Trains on Washington and Ohio division
leave Washington IWW a in dully 043 p m
dally and 413 p in dally except Sunday re
turning urrlvu Washington 830 a m aud 515
n in ilnllv nnd 700 n in dnllr except Sunday
Ill rough trains from tho South v la Charlotte
iviuiiiiiirtr arrive in wasn ninon
053 a In 1033 a m mid 855 p in I via East
Tdinissee llrlstol and Lynchburg at 303 p
m nnd KM p in Strasburg local at 1017 a in
TUkrls sleeping car reservations and Infor
mation furnished and baggage checked nt of
fice 1300 Pennsylvania nvcuur nud at passen
ger latlon Pennsylvania ltallroad blxth and
11 streets
J AS L TAYLOIt len Pass Agent
II W
THE
JUKSAPI5AKE
AND
OHIO RAILWAY
Schedulo In effect April 1 1891
Trains leave Uulou Depot Sixth and 11
streets 1057 a in for Newport News Old
Point Comfort nud Norfolk dally Arrive at
Old Point at 030 p in and Norfolk at 055 p m
200 p in Cliiclniintl Express dully tor sta
tions in Virginia West Virginia Kentucky
and Clnclnnutt Vestlhulo Sleepers and on
tire train run through without cuauge to Cin
cinnati arriving nl 750 n m
1110 p m K V VVositbuloLlmltod dally
Solid ruins with dining curs run through
without change tn Cincinnati Vestlhulo
Sleeper for Lexington Louisville nnd through
sleeper loillchmond Vii Pullmau Cars aro
open to receive passengers ulVp in
Office 511 Pennsylvania avenne
FULIKK Ueu Pass Agent
INCREASE
-IN
THE CIRCULATION
or
The Critic
IB HEALTHY AND BU1ISTANT1AL
TUB oniTIO prosenta ALL tlio
NEWS in a compact and attractive
miinnor Tbat la tbo roaaon peopla
waut lt

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