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TnE CRITIC-RECORD, WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1891.
WiT ' y lTQ8EB&GJr' It tH(WBTSwWBWBHHHotPHHWI Tt ,!'"WTOecjWllfMHiwSpUr t
THE SECRET SOCIETIES.
WHAT THE OltDF.ilS AllE IiOIN POIl
THBMSKI.VFS AM) OTUKltS.
Am
liilcioitliiR Cctcniony nt Aiceiiilon
Clitucli Last Nlslit Upon the Occasion
of the Visit of tlit- KnlglitH Tciiiplnr
Notes fioni 0 tlit l ClticH,
To the strains o nmrtliit nnisle, poured
from tlie instruments of the l". 8. Marine
Hand, tlic fottr locnl Lommamicrics of
Knights Templar mnrclicd up I'cnniyl
1 1 1 a a entic last night to Ascension Church,
Twelfth street nnti Miisn(.hiietl8 tivenue.
l'crsons on tlicAcnuc applauded ns the
linnd luarehed b , ns this was its tint np
icorance here, on pnrndc, since the re
turn from their tour.
Washington Commandery, No. 1, with
some 1M members in line, camo first In
command of Imminent Comiuitulcr Ilnr
risen Ditigirmti, tlio other ollicerj being
1). 0. Dixon, Generalissimo, H. K. Simp
son, Captain (!encral, A. II. Holt, Senior
Warden, and X (' 'llioinon, Junior
Watdcn. Columbia C'omiiiaiulcr . No. 1!,
came next, with about I'M) members in
line J. K. Koblnson, Umincnl Com
mander, K. H. Hay, dencrallssimo; S. H.
Merrill. Captain "(Jcneral, S ,1. Terry,
.Senior Warden, and Crank II. Thomas,
Junior Warden followed bj Potomac
Commandery, iv'o. 3, with It. II. Darby,
Hmiuent Commander, J. I.ce, Jr.,
Ocncraiissiiuo; V. II. Harbour, Captain
(enernl, 1 .1. Tciinvson, Senior, and W.
H. Knston, Junior Warden. Do Molay
Commandery, the youngest one, camo
last, ofllcercd by Kmlnciit Commander V.
(i. Alexander, Generalissimo J. M.
Hodges aud Captain General J. V. O'Neill.
Hy the time tbcSirkuiglits had arrived
at the church the pews not rccrcd for
them were p.ickcd, and after the com
uintieicrks had become seated, stnmling
room was at u prenduin.
Never before did Ascension Church
look so beautiful nor contain n, more
brilliant aai'tnbliue. 'lbe iinusiitvllv
larce number of knightlv -looking men,
attired in their best uniform", and the
ladies in their latest spring bonnets and
tresses made a pretty picture.
The imitation to attend these sen ices
was extended to Washington Command
ery by I!e. Dr. John F. niiott, and the
commandery invited their sister com
mandenes, who accepted, and who lis
tened to a x cry able din nurse.
'ihe-sernion of Dr. lllliott was a niot
eloquent one. His text was taken from
Corinthians and he spoke earnestly of the
ncceMty of living to the words or com
maudmeuts of his text.
At the conclusion of the sen ices the
line of march was refoimed and the
march back to Masonic Temple over the
principal streets was begun.
All expressed themselves satisfied with
the sermon and the large, attentive audi
nice repays the l!e.I)r. Klliott for his
eloquent discourse.
Detroit Commandery, No. 1, of Detroit,
Mich , held Ascension Day services at
Westminster Church yesterday evening.
Damascus Commandery and Michigan
box ereign Consistorv also attended. P.ev.
Dr. Howard Duflield preached the ser
mon, and an excellent musical programme
was rendered bv a chorus under the di
rection of Sir Knight Edward T. Hemick.
I.oynl Legion.
This order grows rapidly in the State of
Michigan, and particularly in Detroit.
Detroit lodge or council gae their sev
enth annual banquet last night and had
a "g i eat" time. Among those who rank
high m the order who were present were
Ooveinor Winaii'. JIavor 1'ingree, Gen
eral Robinson and stall, H. M. Cutchcon,
ChaunceyJI. Dcpew, Generals C.S.Hrow n,
I.. W. Heath and Colonel A. T. JHKs.
Tlio Junior Outer United American
Moclinnlrs.
11. D. I.avton of General Hays' Council,
Sewickley, of Pittsburg, is preparing a re
port vhich will embrace some points of
mtorest to the order on the immigration
question. Among some of the readable
statistics presented will be the fact that of
all the Italians arrested in that and other
cities 00 por cent, aie found to be armed
with deadly weapon", stilettos ground
down from lilcs, revolvers and dinner
knives ground down to a needle point.
1'or tlio last month there were tvventj
seven Issue from the money order oflUc
of l'ltlsburg to Italians sending $l.l 00
out of the i ountry. Tor Januiry, Febru
ary and March therowero 101 issues to
the same class of people, amounting to
16,887 OU, and it was n bad quarter of a
.x ear for work, too.
Mount Vernon Council of this city is
preparing to entertain its lady and gen
tlemen friends royally next Tucdoy nlht.
This council has adopted a plun which
undoubtedly benellts not only their lodge,
but the order us a whole, l.very imtor
itglxesa reception to its l.uly fnendi,
and on the second Tuesday In every
mouth a stag party, which is always
largely attended, is glxen.
'1 his is truly a grow ing order.
Soon it will be time for the temperance
tent to resume its summer work.
At the Temperance Allince meeting in
Jtaltimoio last night the time was devoted
to the discussion oftliememori.il building
of the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union by a member, of temncranco
literature by Hex'. G. II. Hick, reports anil
elections ami tlio license sx stem. Agon
iral discussion of general loeal option
law for the Statu was also enjoyed. At
night a Gospel temperance meeting was to
ho held, in charge or Itev, Clemni, after
which was to come a mass-meeting.
Anacostia Lodge, K. of l, met in their
hall in Anacostia last night, but transacted
no important business.
Mineola Tribe, No. 10, Improxed Order
of itcd Mm, are planning to give an ex
cursion shortly.
A Siu cpsuful ltcnellt.
A xote of thankbwas glxen last Wednes
day by Lincoln Host, No. i, U. A, It., to
Sirs. I'. Harris and Messrs. It. L. Hritton
and Tunis I'. Dean for tlio generosity
shown in giving tlio post a week's ben
efit, by which a cood sum was added to
the treasury. 1 hanks xxerc also extended
to the resident manager, W. H. Kaston,
for his courtesy.
IIrone.Ii of Promise Trial.
Fiom Ihe ianaminto Jlee
Men are not constituted with tender,
Haltering hearts as women are. They are
sturdier philosophers, too, and comfort
themselves in the disappointments of
lovo by the brutal maxim that there arous
lino fish in the sea ns exer were caught.
These diametrically opposite conditions
suggest that men ought not to be permitted
to decide questions where n woman's
heart and a woman's loxo are the issue.
Juries in such cases ought to bo composed
of xx omen and not of men. Man is un
lit ted for weighing in tlio nico balance of
equity a woman's aftections on ono sido
and a bag of gold on the other. Tho wo
manly sense of justice ami her keen ap
preciation of the sufferings ot tho disap
pointed of her sex, aro just the qualities
juries in breach of pronilso rases elcnmnl
mid they make a combination that can
not bo found in all creation outside of the
rmiks of the gentler sox.
On the whole, wo bellexo that a wo
man s jurypystcm for this class of cases
would result in equal justice to all around
Amerltnii x. lurklth 1'iilleo,
Fiom the Aw Yoik Sun
"'J lie Anglo Saxton race prides Itself on
its polite," said Mr. 0car Strauss, ox
I nitcd Hates Minister to Turkey, tlio
olhcr day, "hut hero is an Incident our
mithoritii-i may like to hear of, Dr. Hlhs
of Hrooklyn bus a brother In Constanti
nople) who is a member of tlio American
colony and Is also a phxBlcitin Dr. Bliss
of Constantinople is subject to periods of
niicoiK ioitbnos He was x (siting in
Hrooklyn not long ago, and whilo ro.tmrf
oti u bench while crossing tho Hrooklyn
Ilridge became unconscious. Ho woke
up in u police station in Hrooklyn, and
found thiil his xaluable gold watch and
his purso had been taken. Ho never
learned what bceaino of them While in
Constantinople Dr. Mite was sox oral times
oxercomoin n similar wav, and he novor
lost a cent or nilssod an articlo of jowelry
on awakening in charge of the Turkish
police."
IF TUUXi JIACK ACUKS,
Or you aro all worn out, really good fcrnotfl-
tag, it u general debility '1 rj
miOWM IllOX lUTTJiltS.
It will cure you, clcanw your liver, end giro
a coml aooitlte.
ii ffrBHtffltdJ1if .lilt.'i rTi." - "JJlJ
WOKKINO WOMEN.
home Interesting I'm Is mill Figure
AtllMlt 1 linn.
llim the Aev loik Hecordu
In a tccint repott Mi the factory ami
workshop industries in which women arc
(mplojtd Carroll Wright remarks tho
nlmosl total absence of the American-born
girl. Here arc some cold-blooded statis
tics as to the omount of xvoues earned by
x omen in some industries in New York
Milliners nxerage f2C0 a week, shirt
makers, $1; underwear maker", M, eloak
maker", M 60. boxmakcrs, H feather
xrorkcrs, fl nun's clothing makers, $1.
No xxonder the American girl Is not to Iih
found In these Industries. How could
shelixc on Mich an income' ltul the ques
tion remains, w here is she?
Working women in oilier lands seem to
fair exen worso than in our own. In
Austria they are einploxid as hod
carriers. With their luavy loads of brick
and mortar ou their shoulders (hex trudge
u)iiui(l down narrow planks or climb
ladders from T o'clock in tlio morning
until 0 o'clock at night. Cor tills they
rcc(ie twenty cents a day. Girls work
ing in the match factories of Kughiud be
come permeated with the cliemfi als and
minerals used. 'Ihe sulphur sometimes
tats their jaws In the most painful and
disgusting woy. 'llicir wages ax'erago
?1.00a week.
A German manufacturer of corsets seems
to haxo taken n leaf from the American's
note-book Hy alluring od ertisements in
newspapers bo succeeded in bringing a
great maiix country girls from tho sub
urbs to Hcrlln, xvhere his factory is located,
'lbe girls were boarded and lodged in the
factory. They were noxer permitted to
leaxe it, were paid no money, and alto
gether had a xerx' hard time of It. Kxtn
the application of the w hip when mistakes
were made was not uncommon.
If any emploj cr ill New York were to
think of such n tiling as prox idlng lodging
and boarding for his help in the ton story
of his establishment a howl would go up
that xxould shake poor old Hcndrlck
Hudson outof several pairs ol his Dutch
biecclies. Yet it is not uncommon at all
in England, and no one seems to mind it.
In nearly all the large retail shops in Lon
don the salesw omen sleep and cat as well
as work in the building. Jlxen tho black
silk dresses they weardunng their work
ing hours belong to their employers. To
the A nierican "enseof t lie lltness of things
the total abolition of home life which
this means seems absolutely criminal.
The Hnglish employer defends it on tlio
ground that girls who llxo at home and
proxide for themsehes are apt to keap late
hours, to haxe uncomfortable homes to
sleep in and haxe improper food. This
they claim is obviated In tneir plan: good
food isproxided, the doors ate locked at
11 o'clock, and exery one must be in at
that hour. They also claim that by this
sxstcm they secure much more sitlsfactory
help, which makes profitable the addi
tional OUtlttJ.
EMl'EKOR AND PRINCE.
Tliej ninctiM IVIvo mill tlio Ilent XTftjr
to Miinneo the Dear Creature..
From the Xtw York Sun.
The death of Prince Napoleon has
flooded tho Palis papers xvith anecdotes
and gossip, relating principally to life in
the Tuileries under the second empire.
Tho inundation has not yet subsided, and
among the interesting thincs floating
about, hero is one from M. Pierrio do
Lano, which he obtained from one of a
famous five, whose name he conceals by
describing him as M. X . One after
noon M. X - was in the private olllco of
the Prince when the 1'mpcror appeared,
after hax ing tapped on the door of tho
little secret passuge that united tho two
Eaiaccs. M. X lose to leaxe, but the
itnreror requested him to remain. Lean
ing against tlio mantelpiece, the Tmiperor
said to his cousin:
"Say, Napoleon, does your wifo make
scents for j on? '
"What scenes could she make?"
".Scenes of jealousy, for example."
"No."
"Well, that is strange, for you ai o a man
xaii sulet and a petticoat hunter. Hvery
bodv knows that and Clotilde can't xery
well be ignorant of it."
"Yes. that is true, I am what you say,
aud mv wife, no doubt, Knows my habits
Hut why should she bother me 1 Victor
Kmanuel, her father, xxas also a person of
the same sort. She knows that, too, and
inasmuch us her husband is liko her
father she can't xerv well complain, since
that's the way with kings."
The Hmperor smileil. "You area queer
morausi, sam ne, "ana i nappy man. i
wish I had u xx ife like x ours. Life is im
possible with Kugenle." I can't haxe an
audience with any Ud' oi cast a glance at
one without running the risk of a xioleut
quariel. The Tuileries is full of tho noisy
lamentations of tlio l'mpress. Hut, say,
Napoleon, do you know anvxxayin xxhich
I can make Kugenie less quairclsome'"'
"There is only one, siro."
What is it?"
' Gixeyour wife a good drubbing tho
next time she undertakes to make a
scene "
"Impossible," said the Ilmperor. sidly.
"If I hod the misfortune even to threaten
L'ugenio, she is quite cipible of opening
one of the windows of the Tuileries and
yelling 'help! murder!'"
I5DITOKIAI. COXIJIKNT.
Plenty Horses has temporarily escaped
judgment for the murder of Lieutenant
Casey, apparently through the presence
on the jury of "Plenty Asses. Viookhjn
blaiiilaui-l'ntoii.
You can't keep a great man down.
Prince Hismarck has just defeated a cigir
maker for a seat in the Heichstag. Intel
lect xx ill tell unless a man happens to be
running for the city council. Kamas City
htar.
San Cranclscogaxc President Harrison
n banquet and on his table was u bank of
roses iff teen feet long and three feet wide.
1 he speeches w ere neit her so long, so w hie,
ncrsoextraxogantly liorid, but they xxero
scented and perfumed and emitted tho
genuii e California flavor. Omaha Jin.
The Southern Democrats can not ho ex-
jeetedto ccnccdothe Speakership to the
North. They hax'e tho power to elect ono
of their own'meii, ond tlieyxx 111 do it, par
ticularly in view of the fact that they hixe
not hem allowed lo furnish a candidate
for President or Vire President since the
war. ft. l0Ma Gtribe Ihmoaat.
Wo congratulatothe Grand Jury of New
Orleans upon its healthy and rigid hack
bone. It had tho courage to do its duty
and speak out. What is tlio use of minc
ing mutters ' Tho city of New Orleans
and the l'nlled States nro thoroughly
tired of tho Matin and all kindred organi
zations Jorjutk mi.) J.amimmk.
It Is diflicult to seo what the United
Stall sGo eminent has now to do with the
matter but to accept tho results of tho in
quisition of the grand Jury under the laws
of Louisiana, and witu that result It Is
probable (hat the Goxernment of Italy
will haxo to be content. If it demands an
indemnity for the life of its escaped con
vict, it will bo for Congress to decide
whether it shall be paid. Xew Yotk Times.
Tho young Liiperor of Germany does
not inline matters, In a speech a Dussel
dorf tho other evening no calmly re
marked" "I alone am master In tills coun
try. ' i:enanIhiiperorwliotalkslutbat
way sometimes does not long contiuuoto
ho master In any countiy. It is believed
Unit tho Kmpcror has been measured for
anew crown, which shall bo something
liko eight feet In circumference. Xea
York ltctouler
And now it is said that Vice-President
Morton has a Presidential beo in his bon
net, and that Chirkson Is well disposed to
ward him. and that tho whole Hlalno
crowd mid many of the anti-Harrison
Senators aro almost ready to ncqulesce.
T his rumored disloyaltx- on tho part of
tho Ylce-Prosldcnt will, of courso, bo
promptly attended to by Prlnco itussell
Harrison as soon as the rumor nomus to
his attention Undoubtedly tho an
nouncement will bo iiiado that Mr, Mor
ton is loyal and absolutely to be de
pended upon. Hut all tho same tho story
is llkelv to raise painful doubts In tho
mind of a certain prominent Prosbyterhiu
elder Xtu Yoik Timet,
Our Superior l'acllltloa
enable us to turn out the very host work
manship anil most perfect fit in our cus
tom department, nml our stock of im
port lui and domestic fuhriagli(tvo no equal
as to variety ami conilctcnaM. J'isomau
liroti., Seventh and V.
Por puro old horkley go to Tharp's,
818 Fitreot northwest.
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.JteftUUi
INUlVlUltAI, MENTION.
Hx-OoxernorT. T. Crittenden of Mis
souri Is dangerously 111 id Kansis Citv.
Carmencita has saved SVi.OOO from her
tnlary.
Madame Hlavatsk.x, Iho high priestess
of the thcosophlcal cult, Is dying In Lou
don. Ohio may ptoudly claim to bo the
mother of bccrctalrles of the Treasury.
Kw ing, Chase, Sherman and Foster nro
among her sons.
"Tho women of the South," said Sena
tor lltitlcr, "haxo spent their days and
months and xcars In building monuments
to the men of tho South, and It Is now
lime that the South should build a monu
ment to them."
Marie felolle, a once popular Germin
soubrelte, died in Hcrlln. Saturday. She
snldtbat she could not die happy unless
she had a substantial reminder of her
former life. She xxiis glxen u champagne
and o.xster supper, and died xxlth a smile
on her face.
Mr. Andrew Carnegie Is the first Ameri
can exer inxlted to join the Hrltish Eco
nomic Association, ol which Mr. Goschcn,
chancellor of the exchequer, is president,
ond Mr. Gladstone is a member. The
organization includes eighty or more of
the lust known Jluiopean economists.
Senator Pierce and W. J. Murphy both
state that there is not an atom of tuith in
tho rumor as to possible or probable
changes In the management or the Minne
apolis Ti llmic,
Colonel Mason, commandant at Fort
Spelling, has notified the general commit
tee of arrangements for Memorial Day
that the regulars under his command
would be pleased to take part in the exer
cises at Minneapolis, if transportation is
proxlded.
William Morton rullerton, the young
Hnrxard man who has made a mark on
the staff of the London Timet, has been
sird to Poris, where he will be associated
xxlth M. do HlowlU in the conduct of the
French oillcc.
Henjamiu P. Hutchinson, the famous
Chicago xx heat speculator, was called "Old
Hutch" to distinguish him from "Young
Hutch." his eldest son, Charles Hutchin
son, xvho has been president of the Hoard
of Trade and of the Young Men's Chris
tian Association.
Mrs. Grace H. Dodge to the xvomen of
Boston upon New York clubs "We haxe
our clubs for young wlx-es, brides, and
mothers, and if you think you hax-e good
times you should hear thescyoung w omen
talk oxer their children, their husbands
and sumo of the trials of housekeeping.
They tell of tho delights their husbands
feel to have them Ieain to make an apple
dumpling or a real good Irish stew."
Miss Jean Gordon of Cincinnati is a
tjpical Jin tie Steele voimir woman. She
has x on a degree at the Philadelphia Col
lege of Pharmacy, hax ing earned the
highest ax'erage in examinations ever at
tained by any woman graduate of that
college. Miss Gordon is one of six out of
1S4 graduates in the class of '01 who ob
tained the highest rating of "dis
tinguished." Cincinnati girls hold their
own abroad, as xxell as at home.
Kmperor William of Germany dined at
the barracks In Potsdam the other even
ing. Hcfore seating himself at the table,
he stood, in naval uniform, witli his back
to the dooi conversing. An officer of the
guard xvho had seen him shortly before in
a general's! uniform, attended bv an ad
jutant in inn dress similar to that now
worn by the Fmperor, approached him
suddenly from behind and clapped him
on the shoulder familiaily, wh a remark
which showed that ho mistook the person
addressed for the Emperor's adjutant.
William laughed heartily ox ei the mistake
and Miook hands xvith the embarrassed
officer.
Vuluulile AntogiiipliH.
fiom tteAem Ymk lnbune,M.
Tho lecture on "Autograph Letters of
Distinguished Persons," delivered by XIr.
George H. Morse, at tho Wavcrly Club,
Hrooklyn, on Tuesday evening, was a
singularly rich treat both to the relic
hunter and to the historian. Mr. Morse
has amassed, by years of discriminating
industry, one of the most valuable and in
teresting priv ate collectiona of autograph
letters in this country. It is particularly
rich in MSS. of Hevoiutionary times and
comprucs numerous choice unpublished
letters of Jefferson and his contempo
raries. One of its richest features is the
famous correspondence of Governor John
Page of Virginia with Jefferson, Edmund
l'enuieion, &i. ueorge Tucker anil others,
including some hundreds of letters, all of
much personal interest and many of the
highest historical .due.
Theseprccious letters, after being lost for
:,ears, were romantically found during
mo rcueiiion ami were brought JSorth as
"spoils of war." A few jears ago they
xx ere purchased by Mr. Morse. Another
interesting lot is the correspondence of
Gei oral Wicdon, xv ho w as intimately asso
ciated xxlth Washington in tlio campaigns
at Nexv York and elsewhere, correspon
dence that sheds many picturesque side
lights upon tho Father of His Countiy
and Ids contemporaries. It is understood
that Mr. Morse xxill presently prepare the
Page, AVeedon and other letters for publi
cation, and if so, they will lank among
the most valuable of recent contributions
to American history.
OVint 1II13 MJTS AND WIXU.
WnsOiliigtnn pocletx loci Jllnlxtcr Hotmail,
who in "proniotnl ' thluk ot tint, now,
Aincittim tigle! to Madrid. Jluitfoit
lout ant.
'I here is tome thing rnuTcit'l) wrom; about
the man who citn haxcixnrtl) tUo Miuo opin
ion of lil own bnlij tint other people Inxe.
bemn ville Journal.
"All's Tali In love and wir and on street
cart-," Haldthe conductor, n he counted up his
tare it. Josfjili Xars
'J he hranih road that reiclicn baratogi Is i
trunk line If the lmg'i,'e Is comldend
A'tti Ot leant rieayviie.
When a woman becomes n surfrilettome
l.ovx she looks a though dIio cariln-1 pistol
Alchlton (itobe.
It Is curious about people xxho cannot sleep
nights 'Ibex call nlxx us sleep thiough ihoro
tliiiu lu the morning lllughampton 1'epub
llcan
You can nerer mei'ure how long a man xvill
be missed hi this world lx the length of 1114
widow's xell. .liAinon Olooe
A phjtlrlan reUlered nt tho County desk's
oillcc nt Wichita tho other du) who spelled
niedlcnl "mediile "h'aneai UUu btai.
Ethel (excitedly ) 1'xegot a new wrinkle
Maud (luhuly) Will, nix deal. 1 suppose at
your age thej nro uu ixold ible. Jloston J'ost.
"It must be nice to bo n HUbop jnd above
dlecpllnet"
'Aboxc discipline? Why, Bishops mirry,
do they notl" .Vi Ymk Sun.
.Judirc And be look von bv the throitand
ibokcd xou, did lie'
I'ot lis, sor; be stiuared mo throit till Ol
to'ht he'd nu k cither out ot mo Adam's apple.
JlvJIalo f'tjiim.
A man does not alwux s do the work tint li
In Tore lilui XV e thought of this while eitod at
the corner hiving our boots blackod, Yonken
amiuman
Verdlta tome. For elope, don't mope so
ou wit right In refuting lum lie Is a worth
less scamp
IcncInio-(e, Ferdlla, but Just think.
XV lut will the oor follow do ror a living now
that be laiinot man) me'ituiuty't Weekly
New Yorker You stopped nt the Dadteed
House xvhi'ti xou xxere In X nihlugtoii, didn't
5 on, I nils Aimer t
Uncle Abuei cs, I b'llove tint xx is the
place
New Yorker How did you liko the iiHlnov
I'liile Aimer Didn't see -iiliu. '1 hit) said In
was slik abed, to I did all ui) business with
iho head cleric J.'vc.titer J'ot A'jjhm
'thrifty 'lliroikmortnn (meeting physician
apimiently b) incident) Hello, itocl oifre
looking llrst rate If jon hud u constant tick
ling In your throat-hem 'as l'xeifot.xou
wouldn't be looking so spry, I'll bet a doll ir
What do xou genornll) do hem' hem' doc
when von nave a ilikllug In your lurnit j
Hi il Un (passing on 1 genenlly lough
ltlcoio Ttibuiie
Jurors In this couiitx are to befoilheinefoitli
At a cost of stxent) fire leiits per mnul Instead
of fifty cents l cr meal, js has been tho custom
heretofore '1 he change Is occasioned ehleily
by the lait that adiutn of jurymon xxere polt
oncd reoeutl) by eating dinned lobter for
dluiiei, the extra txxentv lire cents being sup
posed to lepresent tbuilln'ereiiiebetxxeuufreih
lobster and canned lobster Tho Increased
sum Is none too much Jurors ought to luxe
wholesome food, for hullgetlou meim In
Juetiic Canned lobsters mllit hang nil luiiv
rent man Motion J'ost
lteiueinhcr tho hoys' short jiants and
suits xvo uilurtisu from $2 up. Kiseiuan
Utos,, Seventh and 11
. i-liffli iiririm'riiiliiniii'iiliiJiJlaii.j.- n-ynn'JH
rtSli
MM v
S9m j 4 i
imam w ' . .. v.a&
"t&it
NOTIFY tho Company, olthor by tele
phone (No. 41) or by letter to tho
olllco nfc No. 41(iNlnUi8ticetNorth
west, near Llncolu Hall.
Holng mado from puro spring xrotor
distilled In tho process of making ami
itlion llllcrcu iiy mo very oesi meinous
wr uiirauon, mis ico is especially cicsir
nblo for drinking and other family ubcs.
Tho aim of tho manazcinont has been
to securo to tho city of Washington a
needed produotof purity and hcalthfu I
ness, nnd It will bo tholr furthor aim
to Bccuro prompt servlco nnd courteous
THE HYGIENIC ICE COMPANY.
Ivttl Unit Kind or n Cat.
From the Vhlrayo Xewi
It now appears that Miss Kste Ticld Is
the self-conresscd owner of a cat which
she bought last year In London nnd
named Stanley In honor of the African
explorer. A slight tinge of romance has
recently been given to tho nftair by the
circumstance of the feline pet having be
come the mother of seven kittens.
citv srnciALS.
The National SnTe Deposit Company of
Washington,
Corner Fifteenth street nucl New York avenue,
htorage for silverware. Jewelry, lnce, line
good? nnd rnhial)lci of all kind?, Clinrgei
moderate, bate dcpoelt boxes lor rent at the
xerj lowest rate.
Solo Agents for tlio Albany Venotlnn
Illlnd.
W, II, Houghton Jlamifnctiirlng Company
nro the ageing Tor the Albany Venetian blind?.
V'e nro ptcpared lo furnish the "Alb my"
blinds In nuy wood, natural llnlsh or stained
to mutch. On Jobs of any l?e vvc gladly Bend
rumple blind for Inspection We guarantee
corelnllj selected wood", kiln dried and thor
ouglih. carefully and properly llnUhed. Our
tliiish Is unexcelled.
W. II. Hill OHTOV XUVITACTCntVO CO ,
121Sand 1K0 F street northwest.
Ten I'cr Cent. Itecluctlon In Furniture
for Thirty Days.
We nre going to move from our present loca
tion to tho commodious new building, No 513
bexenth street northwest, opposite the IT. S.
1'ostoDlcc Department. Apill 1 xvlllecciwln
our new establishment, but until then xve will
seo allnt the old stand, DJl) and 932 SeTCnth
street northwest, where, pending removal, xve
rhnlloftcr our entire stock ot the latest and
best makes ot Furniture, Carpet-, etc , at 10
percent, reduction from former prices. No
fairer terms can be made anyxvbere than at
ltuddcn'e Furniture aud Carpet btores, 930 and
932 bevtntb street northxvest.
BIRTHDAY SOUVENIR
RINGS, solid 14 Karat, $2;
reduced from $5.
SOLID 14 KARAT LADIES'
GOLD WATOH, nicely en
graved, Elgin or Waltham
movement, k$24; reduced
from $35.
SOLID STERLING SOUVE
NIR SPOONS, SI to S3; re
duced from $1.50 and $5.
SOLID STERLING HEAD
CANES, $2.50 to S4.50;
reduced from S3.50 and
$6.50.
1 nrco nfortmcntof UNSET dTaXIOXDS it
the LOWEST l'ltll'K" Aim u large aott
mcutot fcolld blcillng Wedding I'iecnt.
S. DESIO,
Manufacturing Jeweler,
439 3iTI3SrM?KC STEEHT,
Uptalrs, ltooms 4, B and U
Old (iold and bllver bought for cisb or taken
in exchange.
CILOIllDA
Lands held In reserve lor eerveral years by
tho State Goxernment aro noxv opened to set.
tiers at their actual value.
These reserved lands Ho along the eastern or
Atlantic Coast, between bt. Augustine and UU
cayne Bay, one halt mile to six miles from the
ocean, a arge portion being ta beloxv the
trost limits.
This is the only eastern etttlon In the United
States where It Is possible to raise semi topi
cal fruit, and where cirly vegetable! and fruits
can bo raised In time to catch the highest
Northern prices.
Much ot this land Is owned by tho Florida
Coast Line Canal and Transportation Com
pany, and bears a flno growth ot timber,
from which lurcre sums mar be realised '1 he
section along the Indian Dlxcr and Lake Worth
Is well settled, and tho land Is the most xalna
bio In the btate. the cast coast being tapped by
four rnllxvays, and tho rivers along the coae
being navigated by Btcamboats
Improved transportation facilities and do
llghtful climate (being so near tho ocean tho
air Is much more bracing than further luland)
make this an excellent opportunity for actual
ecttlcrs.
i'rlces ot landrango from $2 per acre upward.
We shall bo pleased to send maps, toxvnshlp
plans and full Information to all who are Inter
ested. FLOUIDA COAST LINE CANAL AND
THANbFORTATlON CO ,
bT. AUHUbTINE, FLOUIDA.
JOHN W. DENNY, I'resldcnt.
Congressional Hotel ani Cafe.
1 his 1101 EL AND CAVE Is situated ad
joining the Capitol, on the most olevated point
In Washington. From Its balconies a beauti
ful view can be had of the entire City ot Wash
ington, Arlington Heights. Fotomac Diver and
tho Capitol grounds.
Quests accommodated with delightful, airy
and well ventilated rooms nt special rates.
HENRY BROCK,
l'ltOl'DIETOll,
Formerly ot Nexv York and New Jersey.
Horsu cars from all the railroad depots piss
lu trout of this hotel
DVC. IF. SE1LTZ
IMPORTING TAILOR
13J3 F bTHEDr NOHTHWKsr,
Hprlngand bummer Importation noxv open,
rl his Is the finest line ot Imported Clouds ever
seen In Washington.
DYEING,
DRY CLEANING,
SCOURING.
ANTON FISCHER &S0N,
906 G Street N, W.
conduct on tho part of all omployccs, and
tho delivery by them of I'tllAj WUIOIIT.
Falluro to securo this servlco should bo
promptly reported.
Tho puullo aro cordially Invited to visit
tho works at ITftconlh and i: Htreots
Northeast (tako Columbia tallvvay cars),
and there, Inspect tho methods or manu
facture, nnd for thomsolves boo tho hest
arranged and best equipped artificial Ice
plant In tho xvorld to-day, combining
Iho best modem machinery and nppll
ancos for tho making of puto Ico. Iho
fullest examination by nil interested la
enrncatly lnvllod.
Office, 419 Ninth Street N. W.
D
IsSOU'l ION BALK
NOW OOlNtToN AT TIIK
NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE-
Continues Dally till June 1.
Owing lo tho change which, will occur In our
firm on June 1st, wc nro compelled to sacrlllco
our large stock of clothing. 'I tie Inventory
shows $10.",000 worth ot lien's, liojs' and
Children's
HKltI.CI.AbS CLOTHING
Of our own make. As we must pay the re
tiring partners a large sum In cash, wo haxo
concluded to oiTcr our entire Block (ror cinU
onl) atone half tho cost ot production,
Hear In mind this Is not a ratch penny l educ
tion sale, nor a sale ot odds and cnd, but a
bona fide dissolution rile ot the highest gmde
clothing, all of this season's production.
bBE THESH 1'ltlCK!?.
X) lien's bults, all sls-cs, $1 83; reduced
from $10.
(pTlJlen's Suits, all-wool, sack or cutaway,
J7 10; reduced from $11.
1,5)0 Men's bulls. In CliCTfofs, Casimerej or
orstcd, $11 85; reduced from $ls.
1.SC0 Hen's bults, In Imported Worsted,
Chcx lots, Diagonals, etc, strictly tailor-made
and warranted nil wool, $15, reduced from $.
1,550 pairs Men's Punts, 30 styles, $1. Ito
duced from $1.73.
Kitli airs Men's l'ants, So styles, $1 50. Itc
duccafrom$2T. 1,0H pairs Men's l'ants, 15 style", $2 50. War
ranted all wool, lirdueed from $175.
3,000 elegant Men's l'.ints at $3 60, $1 50. $1,
mid $G (Including the illicit Imported material
In checks, plaids, and stripes).
030 Hoys' Suits, long pants, ages 11 to 18
J cars, $1 50. Deduced from $ ) 50.
1,014 Uoys' Hulls (all wool), long pants, ages
14 to 18 y ears, $150 Itcdneed from $8.
8:5 Men's bull", best Imported Clay Diag
onals, hlpcords, I'lncliccks and Corkscrexv,
silk lined and equal to finest custom made,
$li, reduced from $13.
Attention, O A. It. OtO All xvool ltcgulatlon
Suits, warranted fast color, $7 50, reduced from
$12 no
A full line of rrince Albert Suits, Diagonals,
Chcx lots and I'auc) Worsteds, clcgautly made,
at $13. $15 and $20 per suit; reduced from $X,
2$ and $ S
W0 Hoys' bulls (all wool), long pints, agca 14
to 18 years, $b. Deduced from $11.
A full line of nobby Dress bulls for boy In
tho finest grades ot worsted, casimcrc and
cheviot.
l.tOO Child's bults, ages 1 to 12, $1. Deduced
from $2
l.SMI Child's Snlls, ages 1 to 12, $150. De
duced from $2 73.
(m0 Child's bulls (all wool), ages 1 to 14, $2 50.
Deduced from $175.
Highest grades In Child's bults reduced to
one half foimcr price.
1.000 pilrs Knee l'ants, ages t to 12, 25 cent".
Deduced from 50 cents
1,450 pairs All-wool Knee Tants, igcs 4 to 12,
35 rents. Deduced from 73 rents.
'1 bis CHgintlc Sacrifice ot Values will con
tinue dailj until June 1.
NEW IODIC CLOTHING- HOUSE.
311 heventubt. N. XV.
Make no mistake, lie sure jou get the right
number. WHITE DUILDINQ. bTUICl'LY
ONE l'DICE.
Co-operatiTB Land and Trust Company.
Ihe SOUTHEIlN INVEbTMENT COM
FANY now offer for sale lands which form a
natural park fronting on the new Electric
Itoad, cow built from Tcnall)toxxn to Glen
Echo Heights, which linds are cipitallzedat
2.)i cents per square foot, and stock Issued at
$225 per shire. Eich share ot stock cutillcs
the holder thereof to one nndlvidcd lot In Bald
park containing one fltth of an acre, or tynJ
squaro feet, less tho amount requited tor
stecets. Ttcsc lots, or the piocecds thereof,
will bo allotted to tho shareholders at the ex
piration of twenty-one months from date ot
first payment by the bOUTHEUN INVEST
J1ENT COJIFANY in such a manner as may
be agreed upon by a majority ot shares lu said
Co operative Company.
bubscrlptlons to stock In said compiny shall
be paid as follows:
Each stockholder, for each share held, shil
pa) the enm ot 510 thircon on or before tho
FUtbT WEDNEbDAY ot EACH MONTH to
the Secretary ot the bOUTHEUN INVEST
JIENT COMPANY or such person or persons
as the bOU'llIEHN INVESTMENT COXI
FANY shall authorise to rccelxe the same
Any stockholder, nt the expiration ot six (C)
months from date ot fliut payment, miy with
draw fiom tho company by glv Ing thirty days'
notice in writing to tho becretary ot tho
SOLTHEUN INN ESTMENT COMPANY, and
at the expiration ot that time shall be entitled
to the rcpaymcut, In the order ot the dato in
which he ir she Bled his or her notice, from
tlio lltt moneys received Into tho company, of
all sums paid on said stock, with tour (l)pcr
centum luterest per annum thereon; but tho
right of withdrawal shall uot extend boyoud
sit (G) months from the date ot first payment.
An) stockholder may at any tlmo piy the
balance due upon his or her share or shares ot
stock, and theieupon tho SOUTHEIlN IN
VhbTMENT COMPANY will Issue to such
peisou or persons paid up stock xvhlch shall
entitle such person or persons to one undivided
lot (per each share ot stock In said CJlcn Covo
Park) containing one fifth ot an acre, ai before
stated, and which shall be allotted us herein
before provided. Each slnrcholdcrxxho skill
elect lo pa) tho full amount of his itock prior
to maturity, or who shall continue to pay
tho monthly Instalments of fit) per month
prompt)), until twenty ono (il) Instalments
have been paid In, will be entitled to four
(4) per cent. Interest per annum on tho par
value of the stock as a reb ite, which will liuiko
the stock cost actuall) only $110 per sharo,
No better or safer Investment could be of
fered than this, as there Is no possible cliinco
to lose, aud being organized on the savings
bank pilnelplc, purchasers rccelvo on tlulr
money an luterest amounting to tho nto ot
more than eight (S) per cent per antiiim, be
sides the projective aud undoubted lucrcaso
tho value ot their purchise.
SOUTHERN INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Rooms 30-31 Corcoran Building,
WASHINGTON, O. C.
GLEN GOVE PARK
M COTE PARK
GkA-S STO"V3EIS
For Heating Bath Rooms, Bed Rooms,
Halls, Libraries, &c.
ALSO BTOYEU VOU
HATTERS, TAILORS,
CONFECTIONERS,
G
ASHIIMGTON
411-413 Tonth
A
CHANCE
op .A.
LIFETIME.
Siring-Weii Meiffr,
FOK MEN OF EVKItY SIZE,
bHOKT, TALL, FAT Oil LEAN,
IN THE HAOINQ COLOItS,
TAN, OKAY AND MODE.
lOO TDoz&jol
Comprises the Assortment and
SO Dozen
Dlsplajcdln Our F btrcet Window.
G.
Is the l'DICE, and It surely is. as wc claim, tho
ONLY CHANCE OF A LIFETIML'.
They were manufactured by one of tho larg
est woolen concerns In the country that make
nothing but btandard Woolen Underwear.
Ever) piece you bit) yousixoClc, as tho ictual
xalucis$l,50.
Yon understand this Sicrlflce. We are go
lug to vacate and tho goods must be sold.
The Combination,
Twelfth ana P Streets N. W.,
KAUFMAN & SICKLE
NEW MANAGEMENT.
TEMPLE HOTEL AND CAFE.
MRS. S. H. MARTIN,
Lato ot Ualtimoro, having had cxtenslro ex
perience, respectfully Invites the former
patrons and nil new-comers.
Kates Itoom and board, $1 50 to J2 per day.
Special caro lu every particular Is tho way to
Vleiise.
CALL AND bEK.
004 nnd 008 Ninth Street, Near P.
-JO-EW YOKK BUFFET,
405 TENTH STItEKT N. W
Best and Purest LlnnorB In the City. 1m
ported Cigars.
JAMES U. C'OSTELLO Proprietor.
npHE EBB1TT,
WASHINGTON, B. O.
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Flro Escapes.
TEUMS-I3 and Jl Per Day.
WILLARD'S HOTEL,
WASHINGTON, D. 0.,
O. G. STAPLES,
Late ot Thousand lei. House,
Proprietor.
gT,
JAMES' HOTEL,
EUROPEAN PLAN,
Blith street and Pennsylvania avenue.
Ii. WOODBDKY, Proprietor.
national Typewriter
IIUIEbPHt'TIVE ot FltlCE. the IIKST and
MObT COM Pi K I E A HIT1NO
MACHINE MADE.
$60.
Awarded a medal hy American Institute,
Now York,
FOH BUPEUIOUITY
Descriptive pamphlet mailed on application,
George R. Seitfert,
!G IDF STREET N.W.,
WABMNdTON, D. V.
-n
TINNERS, &c, &o.
ASLIGHT
OMPANY.
Stroot North woo t.
18B7.
XSSI.
EDWARD
925 Pa. Ave. N. W.,
CALLS ATTENTION TO HIS LAKGE
STOCK OF
STEIN WAY,
GraTfcxL:!?.,
AND OTHEK FMST-CLAS3
IE5 HA-IEsT O S-
THE WONDEHFUL SELF-PLAYING
!OLIAN ORGAN
Story & Clarke,
Glough & Warren,
Needham
Cabinet Organs.
Solfl on Installments Exchangerl Rented,
Repalrefl, Tunefl, Moyed, Storecl.
Violin, Banjo and Gnitar Strings a
Specialty,
bUEET MU8IC AND MEUCHANDISE,
GENERAL AGENTS FOK
NOKTH GEItMAN LLOYD, HAMBUKG,
AMEHICAN AND HOYAL NETHEH-
LAND bTEAMbHIP COMPANIES.
AT THE OLD STAND,
925 PennsylvaniaAve.,
WASHINGTON, D.O.
Grand, Upright and Square
PIANO -FORTES.
bpcclal Attention ot Purchasers is In
vited to Our
"NEW AUTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In Designs ot
"HIGHEST DECOR ATIVE AHT.
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Second Hand Pianos at All Prices.
Wm. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
USE CERES,
STERLING,
UINNKOLA,
GOLDEN HILL
FLOTJB
And you will always havo beautiful
Broad, Rolle and Hlacults.
Wholesale Depot, Corner First Street
and Indiana Avenue.
WM, M. GALT & OO.
THE EVANS DEN
TAL FAULOltS,
1817 Pa ave, n. w.
Teeth extracted
positively without
tialn or danger hr
our palnlcni system
a narnucfa vege
table vaiior. In ueo
hy us only. Its effects are pleasant aud trans
ient. Artificial teeth, crown aud bridge work
at reasonable prices.
lur.moAr..
Oblthtrr'. Fccll.li Dlwaend nn.nl.
fllftlnnl onj llnW fZfsitulnn.
AFC tlWkTI trIUbU. LADtCV Ilk
DruMt.t fur Ckl kuttrt AiivlfiA DU j
nond Urand In U A and lull met&lUa'
uoxei icaioa wuu uiu rir oon 'xako
Da uther. llrhitt danaeroui Jubtlllu.
itffu aim irmaiiiMi ai iirugtuu, or lenii .
a itaaini fiir p&rtleuUrl. loilltuoalkli ta
'lldUrrbr l.a.llc'ltiltinr tj rrlr
SlulL J 11,000 r .tlnooUlt A'ami i'jj,r.
i.bcalrUlicuueulvv,ui,dUonrlfiUAr,
WrU(llt, lltllHUH., &-
I pmcrros ana raltrJ.
dors lt ( as tb oab)
pselflo forth certain ouv
ot this disease
O.II.INUUAUAM.M.D,
Amsterdsm, If.T,
whvaoiann-af!
tnanv rears, and It hsi
fiva u w
sctlon. .. .
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Clilcro. IIL
ftCOO. folyUruf8tsM
F. DROOP
foEsHp
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SuRjik
M 1SV
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BoltbjfcULoc.l
Fi to oaisV
fjHvuxutMi mi tea
M mMlwiiwi.
M uriirik
SfBlTixlOUiiltilOa.
Bl ouulniuUjJjTMH
xtAK.ItOAI).
nlUE OHEAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE
'Jo the North, West and Southwest.
Double Trai k. Hpleudld Hn nery
bteel Ralls, Magnificent Equipment.
In urncT Ma 1, lS'll.
Trains leave Washington fiom station, corner
ot blxth and II strct ts, ns follows
Fori PiTTSBtiin and the West, Chicago Lim
ited Kiprcenof Pullman Vcstlbulo Cars at
10 Ml a in. dally; Fast Line, 10 50 a. m daily
to Chlcano, Columbus and Ht Louis, with
Parlor tar Ilarrlsburt! to Pittsburg, and
Hlecplug Cars from Pittsburg to Indianapolis,
PlttKburg to Columbus; Altoona to Chicago,
HI. Louis, t hlcagonnd Cincinnati Express,
aSOp m dally Parlor Car Washington to
Harrlbiirir, and Sleeplnc tars Harrlslmrg to
rgto
liln.
pi i mils, i mrago and uinc
Ins Car llarrlsburg lo n
nti.l PtnAl.inall W'n.tn.M 1
l.oilh, ChlcsRO
...... .. ... bill. if. II 1, OKVI It A. 1M tO". i)b , 1U U.
m dally, vi lib bleeping Cars Washington to
Chlcnpo and bt Louis, connecting dally at
Hnrilsburg with throiiith sleepers tor Louis
ville nnd Memphis Pullman Dining Car
l'ltlsburg lo Richmond and Chicago, Pacific
Expiess, ll)(H)p in dally, for Pittsburg and
the est. lib through sleeper to Pittsburg,
aud Pittsburg to Chicago
RALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD
Fon lvANr. Cavamiaioua, Rochester and Ni
agara Falls dally, except Huuday,810a. m.
Fon Ehik, anamiakila and Rochesterdallji
for IlufTnlo and Niagara dally, except Satur
day, 10(H) 11. m , with bleeping Car Washing
ton to Rochester
Fon 'VV iiiiAsisronT, Rochester and Nlagr
rnll.,7.4011 in, dally, except Saturday, with
bleeping Car Washington to Rochester.
Ton Vt n.i lAMsroiiT, Rcnovo and Elmlra, at
11) Win in dalU, except bunday.
Fon Wii MAiusronT, dally. 3 BO p m.
Fonl'mt AtiKiniu, New York and the East,
7.20, !i 00 and 11 00 a m J 13 1 3 10, 3 15, 4 30,
5 40, 10 00 and 11. TV n.in. On Sunday, 9 00 and
11 00 a ni.,1311,3 10, 815, I 20, 10 00 and 11.15
P m. Limited Express ot Pullman Parlor
Carn, w Ith Dining Car, to New York, 0.40 a.
in. daily, except Sundav.
FonNnv Yoim only, Limited Express with
Dining Car, D 00 p. m. dally.
TOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY,
Fast exnnssHlOn. in. veek days and 4 03 p.
m, dailv. Express, bunday, only, S 40 p.m.
Foil UostoK without change, 3 15 p. m. every
oay.
Ton HnooKi.TN, N. Y., all through trains con
nect at Jersey City with boits ot Hrooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
strict, molding double ferriage across Nei
YorkUtj.
Fon Ati vmio Citt, 12.15 p.m. week days,
11.13 p. in. dally.
Fon llAITISIoitl', 6 15, 7 20, 8 10, 0 00, 9 40, 10 00,
10 50,11(10 and 11 50 a. m, 1215, 210,115,
3C0,4OO,4 20, 4 30,5 00, 5 40,0 00 7.40,10 00
Hiid 11 33 p 111. On Sunday I) 00. ) Ol, 10.50
11 00 a. 111., 12 15, 2 10, 3 15, 3 10, 4 00, 4 20, 6 00.
5 40, (i 00, 7 40, 10 00 and 11.33 ii. in.
Fon Pore a Cheek Lint, 7.20 a. m. and 4 30
p. ru. dally except bunday.
Fon Annapolis, 7 20 and '1 00 a.m., 11.59 and
4.20 p, ni. dully except bundiy. Sundays,
tl (10 a. in. and 4 20 p. m.
WAbMNGION SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
IN irFEcr Mat 3, 1801.
Fon AI.EXAN nniA, 4 10, 0 15, 7 45, 8 40, 0 45, 10 41
a. m, 12 01 noon, 100, 210, 3 30, 4 25,5 23,
(115, S02. 10 05 and US'.) p. m. On Sun
day at 4 JO, 7. 15. l 45, 10.17a. m 1.00,2 43, 6.15,
8 02 and 10 05 p.m.
Accommodation for Quantico, 7 n a, m. and
cxprc0' (1 03 p m. weekdays. 7.13 a. m, Sun
days. Fon Richmond and the South, 1 10 and 10 57
a. in. daily . Accommodation 0 05 p. m. week
days.
Tkains ieave Alexandria for Washington,
0 01, 705, 8 00, '110, 1015,11.17. 11.41 a. m.;
1.20,2 00,3 00,3 50,4 53, C 13, 0.13, 7 01, 9.20,
10 50 nnd 11 03 p. m. On Sunday at '1 10, 10 15,
11.17 and 11.44 a. in.; 2 00, 4 63, 7.03, 7.40, 9.30
and 10 50 p. m.
'1 Icl.cts and Information at the office, north
east coiner of Thirteenth Btrcet and Pennsyl
oanla avenue, and at tho station, where orders
can he left for the checking ot baggage to desti
nation fiom hotels and residences.
CHAS. E. PfGH. J. H. WOOD.
General Manager. General Passenger Agent.
RICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD
COMPANY.
bciiEDiir E in Effect Armr, 20, 1801.
All trains leave and arrive at Pennsylvania
passenger btatlon, Washington, D. C
8 10 n, in Dally for Culpeper, Charlottes
ville, Lynchburg, Rocky Mount, Danvlllo,
Greensboro', Raleigh, Ashevllle, Charlotte, Co
lumbia, Aiken, Augusta, Atlanta, Illrmlng
ham, Montgomery, New Orleans, Texas and
California Pullman bleepcr New York to At
lantn and Pullman blccper Atlanti to New Or
leans Pullman b'ecper DamillevlA Colum
bia and Augusti to Macon: connects at Lynch
burg v ith Norfolk and Western Railroad tor
ItoanoLc, Urlstol, Knoxvlllc, Chattanooga and
tbcbouthvvei.
12 10 p. in Dally, Washington and South
western Vestlbulcd Limited, between Wash
ington ami Atlanta, composed cntliely of Pull
min cars, on which an cxtrn rate of fare la
charged; arrives Atlanta 7 a. in. next day.
Consult time table for stops.
8 'JO a. in. and 2 ll p, in. I) illy, except Sun
diy. for fatrasburg and interim dlatc stations.
4 J5p in Dally, runs to Lynchburg; carry
ing Pullman blccper to Memphis via Lynch
burg nnd Urlstol.
11 00 D. in. bouthcrn Exnress dallv for
Ljuchlmig, Dmvllle, Raleigh, Ashevllle,
insnuuc.
Columbia,
Atlanta,
Montgomery, New Orlcan, Texas and Cali
fornia. Pullman Vestibule Car Washington to
New Orleans via Atlanta and Montgomery.
Pullman bleeper Nev Yoik aud Washington to
Ashcv Ille and Hot Springs, N. C , v la ballsbury.
Al'o Washington to Augusta via Charlotte and
Columbia.
Trains on Washington and Ohio division
leave Washington ii U0 a. ni, dally, 0 i" p. in.
dallv and 1 15 p. m., except bunday; re
turning arrive Washington 8 10 a. m. and 5-15
p, in, dally and d 13 a. in , except bunday.
'1 lirough trulns from tho boulh la Charlotte,
and Damlllc mi he In Washington 8 43
a in., 10 25 n in. and t "jj p. m ; via Eaet
'I enncst-ce, Urlstol and Lynchburg at 3 03 p.
m and 8 55 p. ni. btrasburg local at 10.17 a. m.
'J lckets, tlecplng car reservations and Infor
mation furnished and Inggago checked nt of
fice, 1200 Pcnnsj lvanla avenue, and at passen
ger station, Pennsylvania Railroad, blxth and
Ail
I streets.
JAS. I,
TAYLOR, Gen. Pass. Agent.
TJAL'll.MORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
bchedule In effect April 19, 1811.
Leave Washington from station corner of New
Jersey avenue and o street,
FonC'mtioo and Northwest, A cstlbulcd Lim
ited express dally 11. JO n. m , express 8.30
P in.
Ton Cincinnati, Ft LouIb and Indianapolis,
expiesstlnlly, J10 and 11 M)p. m.
Fon PiTTsnui o and Cleveland, cxprc-"3 dallj
11 VO and 8 50 p ni.
Ton I.kmmitiin and points in tho bueuadoah
A alley, 110 40 a. in.
Fon "VV iNciitSTrnand way stations t3S0p. m.
Fon I.viiay, 8 50 p. m.
Foil Dai a l Jionr, vvi ek day i, 4 03, 5.00, 0 13. 7 SO,
7.H1, (S 00 T minuti s), 8 TO, 9 '13, (10 (X), 11 00,
a m l. 00 noon, 43 minute), 12 10, 2 15. 2.50,
(3 13, 45 minutes), 3 25, 4 23, 4 30, 4 55, ( 10, 45
minutes), 5 BO, (. 15, (I SO, 7 15, 7 SO. 9 00, 10 10
and 11 H) p. m. bunday s, 1 03, 7.20, 7.30, 8,10,
il .15 (10 (10 a. in , 12 00 uoou, 45 minutes), 1.00,
2 13, 2 50 3 23, 4 10, I fift, (5 10, 43 mluutos),
U 13, d 20, 7 30, 9 00, II) 10, 11 '10 p. m.
Foil ANNAI'OI is, h 13 and 8 30 u. in , 12 10 and
4 25 p m. buudays, 8 !S0 a. in , 4 10 p m.
Fon FuedeiucIv, til 80 a. ui., J1.15, tJ 30, tl 30
p. in.
Fon IlAoxn&TovvN. 10 10 a. m. and t3 30 p. m.
ROYAL 11LIE LINE POR NEW YORK AND
PHILADELPHIA.
Fon New YonK, Roston nnd the East, l 05,
ts 00, (10 00, a. m , Dining Car). U 00 noon.
i 60,(3 10 Dlnlug Car), and (8 X), 10 JO p ni.
bleeping C'nrs,
Uuffel Parlor Cars on (ill day trains, bleeping
Cai on the 10 'X) d. m : open at lo 00 1, :.i
Fonl'osTON, 2 50 p. in., vi ith Pulluun lluffet
bleeping Car running through
to lloston
without change, via I'i
ouchkeetislo llrldge.
landing passengers
lu U. & M. station at
uosion
Foil FiiiiADKiriilA, 103, B 00, 10 00, a. m ,
13 00 noon, -' 50, 10, 8 JO and 10 H) p. m.
Fon New auk, Dei. , AV llmliigton and Chester,
105, t(0 a. in, 12 00 noon, J50, M.IO,
8.10 nnd I0'J0 p. m. Limited express
stopping at Wilmington only, 10 00 a. m.
Foil ATX.AM it Citv . 4 03 and 10 00 a. in , 12 00
noon buiidii) s, 4 03 a m , 12 00 noon.
For lime ot suburban tralus see time tables
to 1 o had of all ticket acents.
tExcept bunday. Dully. JSimday only.
Unggage called for and checked from hotels
and residences by I'nlon Transfer Company on
ciders left ut ticket nfllces, 019 and liil l'cnn-
pylvuula avenito, ana at iiepoi.
J.
T ODELL.
U11AS
O. SCULL.
CKn. Manager.
Oen. Pass. Agt.
OHHSAPEAKB
AND
nmn HATT.vitrA'y.
UUU I
Schedule In effect April 1, 1891.
Tralus leave Lnlon Depot, Blxth and U
streets, 10 57 n. in. for Newport News, Old
Polut tomfoit and Norfolk dally. Arrive at
Old Polut at 0 30 p. m. and Norfolk at 0 53 p. m.
3 W) p m - Cliiclnuatl Express dally for sta
lions in Mrglula, West Virginia, Kentucky
and Cluclnnutl. Vestlbiilo blecpers and on
tire train run through without change to Cin
cinnati, uirlvlng ai7 50a m.
lUOp.m -F F.V cstlbnio Limited, dally.
Solid trains, with dining cars, run through
without change to Cincinnati Vestibule
blecprr for I extngton, Loulsvlllo nnd through
elteier to Rleliinoud, Vu. Pullman Cars are
opcu to receive passengers attp. m.
Otllce, 511 Pennsylvania avenue.
H. W. FULLER, Ocn. Pass. Agent.
THE
INCREASE
IN
THE CIRCULATION
or
"The Critic"
IU HEALTHY AND bUUSTANTlAL.
"THE ORITIO" proaonta ALL, the
NBWB in a compaot nnd nttractiva
manner. Tliat lu tlio reason pooplo
want lt.j

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