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'juXi-TW w rfmt 7-r, - iFppf.w,ppwn9f'F yt-&rTig ) . w i ., '-yiir'wc9MlfflW " '"""WWpfJlPSPIPIIWVP' j THE OKITIO-REOOBD, WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EYJDNINGr MAY ,. 1891. , it H JlJjMKW HOUSES, A HUSVWEr.KlN IIUIMllNG CHICLES JUirOUTKl). A Conslilcrnblo. Nunil'cr of Iiiiptovcnicnt lit Vnilous Portions of the City Now Getting Under Way. J-'iotH the HuUdlnij HrqUltr. Today. .lonns, Uibbs it Co. have (undo thu plans mid closed contract to build hotel nt Uiilvertfly IIciRhts on tho site of old Tort Hunker. Jt will ho n three-story frnmo structure w lth u frontage of 170 feet by nn n ernga dejith of 'GO feet. It will have n slpiie, porlc-coclioro mid a lower projec tion on one. corner. Itroad balconies front and rear, high-pitched, roof and tall Kablce will be prominent features, Steam licnt, electric light plant and kludrod ap pliances 11 he employed. It In estima ted the building when completed will cost between 'TS.ODO and $100,000. An apartment house, probably to bo operated on the llcllnmy plan, is to bo built nt the northwest corner of Jfcw Hampshire and Oregon avenues. The promoters of tho undertaking, Dr. J, 31. (ItCRory and others, arc now considering the designs and plans submitted in com petition by three local architects. It is proposed to erect a building live stories and basement, 50x100 feet, that will con tain twelve suites of apartments. It will have front of buff brick aiul Indiana lime Mono and will have such interior appli ances us btcam heat, elevator, electric bells, spcakiiii; tubes, etc. Tho completed building will cost between 550,000 hud K3.000. Uuililcr William A. Vuughnnhss closed contract for for.W. II. DoWitt's residence, nt Ulcn Kcho. It will cost $7,000. llealso has contract to build two duelling for Mrs. McKim at Eleventh and D streets southeast at a cost of W.300. The plans for.thescthreohouscswcrcniadc by Archi tect V. Jl. 1'ylc, and have been described In fl.ptoviotis issue, of IkaKulUUng UejjUtcr. Architect T. i Schneider has been com missioned to tuako plans for n S(M,000 stone residence tlint Mrs. Clover, wifq of Lieutenant Clover of the V. S. Navy, will have built at the intersection or New Hampshire avenue, Q and Eighteenth streets. It will boa three-story and base lpent structure of striklngde&ign.and will bq elaborately .finished.. The price paid Ipr the site was S7 per foot, Architect P. N". I)wyerlias made plans, for three two-storv-and-basement dwell ings that John Miller will have built, on New Jersey nVcnub, ucttv'cen Ivy and. K streets southeast. They, will have fronts ,tf press brick and Htiinuiclstowu brown ijtplic, oriol bay windows, furnace heat, clcctnc bells, Bpcaking tubes, etc. Cost, J13.C0O. Architect Haller has made plans for two dwcllipgs that Mr. Hopkins will have built at the cprncr Of Now Hampshire avenue and H streets. They will oo threo stones and basement, 35x10 feet, with base of rock-face Hummclstown brown Btone, press-brick upper fronts; ami square bay updows with slated tower tops. Tho entrances will be by way of low-hung Moorish arches of brown stone. Fur naces, cabinet mantels, electric bells, speaking tubes and similar appliances will be employed. niie ,and C street northeast is to be in proved In' a block of eight dwellings th; !corgc h. Kmntons will build for a clicn iH(MVHHHIVill VUW'k VL iUiltlllJ Ut,- m- that torcc h. Emmons will lituld for a client. They will have fronts of press bnck and Hummclstown brown stone, with Enjlish bostinent entrances, square and circular bays, tower, projections, etc. Tioy will be iihisjicd in while pine, natural state, will have Jatrobesr cabinet mantels,. elec tric bells.speakingtubcs, etc. Cost $28,000, The plans nro being mode by Architect N, '. Haller. 'S. J. Meeks, will build a carriage reposi tory on the south side of G street, between Sixth and Seventh streets, ljortuwcst. It will bo (vo stories and, Cellar, 27x121 feet, with front of press brick and Hiirumcls tpwn brown btone, iinishing in a pedi ment with slatcd,roof. Architect Harvey I. Page has made plans for a fotir-itory English basement tl welling that Judgo Drake will have built at 1111 Twentieth street. John S. Xar combo Is tho bujldcr. Architect O. O, Slnjonson Is making plans for three two-storv and basement dwellings that 1M. Dalv will havo built on N street, between Thirty-fourth and Thirty-11 fth streets. They will havefronts of press brick and Hummclstown brown stone, square bnysjlatrobes, slate mantels, etc. OostM.000. AYChitect L. K. Desscz has finished tlio working drawings for the power-house of the liock Creek Hallway Company, which will bo erected near Linden Station, in Montgomery County, Md. Estimates aro being mudo on the granite, brick and iron w'orfc and the bids will be opened in about two weeks. Architect Joseph C. Johnson has made plans for an elegant residence that Ilarrv Johnston will have built on Linden btrcet, Lo Droit Park. It will be threo stories and basement, 22x00 feet, with front of press brick and Hummclstown brown btono and base ofthc latter. A square hay terminates at the third story in an open balcony. It will havo white pine trimmings, furnace, slato and cabi net mantels, electric bells, etc. CostSS.OOO. Architects Harry, Simpson and An drews havo mado plans for alterations on Mrs. Mary A, Itobbins' house, No. 170S Fifteenth street northwest. An addi tional 6tory and square bay window the entiro height will be built. Rome minor interior changes will bq made. Tho im provements will cost 2,000. Richard son A llurgcss have tho contract. The Hnrvcy estate will build three two story brick stores on Tenth street, be tween D and Kbtreets northwest, opposite the gas ollice. A business man in tho immediate neighborhood tried to leaso the ground, nnd even had plans prepared tor a building that would havo cost about 20,000, but the negotiations unfortunately fell through. Architctcts Schulzo and Ooenner aro making plans for a dwelling that Mrs. Louise Mulhauscr will havo built on Co lumbia street, near Christ Church, Alex andria, Ya. It will be two stories and cellar, w lth front of press brick and Eu clid btone. 6qimro bay window, furnace, slate mantels, etc. Cost, $-1,000. Fritz Renter, who recently paid $50,000 for the old building at tho northwest comer of Four-and-a-half street and Penn sylvania avenue, will make extensive im provements. A new dining-room and kitchen Will bo built, chniigoa made In tho interior, and a system of sanitary plumbing introduced. Those improve mcntH will cost M.OOO. Tho plans were uinde by Schulzo it (Jnonner. Architect J tunes F, liaison has removed his ollice to tho Atlantic Building. Joseph lllclmidsun and James A. Ilur gess havo formed partnership and opened an ollice in the Corcoran liulldiiig. '1 lie dm named is well known an tho builder of tho Harbour nnartmont houko. addition to the Metropolitan Club Home, and annex to tho Windsor Hotel. He is now erecting tho Strong Hutldlug at Eleventh mid F streets, and John A. Laker's building on Tenth street, above the gas ollice. An apartment houso that will cost SIW.OCO is to bo built at the southwest corner of Sixteenth and Corcoran streets for Mrs. O. W. IJey nobis. It will bo a tnognitlcentttructuro of press brick and Hiunmelstown brown stone, 05x110 feet, si v stories high. An octagon and ucir Hilar tower, eaih with loggia finish, uu-ii'crout- Niutrcuud oriel bays, portecoohoro ui d literal entrance nro attractive feuturei-. It will hate two elevators, hot vtuler heating plunt. will be wired for electrli l.ghtsaud will bo provided with all tin- appliances usually foutid in build ings ot a similar charucter, Tho plans wero mailo by Architect James F. Denton. Hetfr. A. 11. (lillett, D. 1)., and Goorge Llliolt D. 1)., have had plans nuulo by Architect V. Mlndoleff fur two rustic frame tallages to lie built at Glen Echo Chuiitnifqun. They will bo of quaint design, witli high pitched sliinglo roofs, lofty vablMi and jiorches supported on Hilar tre-e trunks. Thoy will cost $1,000. The old stouo dwelling at Glen Echo, known as tho Heading house, is to bo ro luoclelcd for tho present occupant, Edwin HalUlcy. The plans are being mado by Architect Mlndflpff. Architect Jutnos V. Donson has mado plans for a dwelling that Dr. II. D. Fry will have built on Fourteenth street, be tween Mawachuseets avenue and L street, at a eost of 10,000. It will be four stories nnd cellar, with front nf press brick and Huninieistnwn brown stqne, square bay with loggia finish and slated loot. It will have antique oak trimmings, cabinet man tels, clcctno bells, steam heat, etc. Architect V. Mludelcff li making plans for the gate, lodge and portals that will bn built at the entrance to the National Zoological Park. It will be of stone and rustle wood, nnd will hnvo keeper's room mul covered caninge-Wny and footwnlki, Only n portion will now be built. The worle or completion will beulu on July 1, when the new appropriation becomes nvnllablc. Manager James L. Krrnan hai taken out a permit to mako alteration on premises 101 1 Pennsylvania avenue, the front floor of which will bo used as nu entrance nnd lobby to his theatre. The present front will be taken out, and three double entrance doors wilt be put In In stead. Tho Interior will be improved and decorated. Himimnry of rorinlts fur Woclt. Kinv tiuiLuixris. r.ur.utn. Location. No. Cost. No. Cost. Northwest 11 $583,200 22- $10,830 Southwest.. 1 1,700 (1 575 Northeast 28 011,800 .1 1,200 Southeast 20 28,200 l 1,315 County 12 7,500 5 2,230 Tolal 70 $000, 100 10 $22,230 Grand total 115 $712,030 INDIVIDUAL MKNTION. Mr. and Mrs. Emmons Dlaiucand party are still nt Virginia Reach. Chnuncey M. Dcnew is now commander of n post of thu Grand Army of the Re public. Mark Twain will go abroad next month to bo absent from borne several years. His family accompany him. Mrs. C. Tunslall of Virginia, the author of "No. 10," with her niece, Miss AY. W. Tunstall, will spend some time at Vir ginia Reach. John H. U. Latrobc, the oldest lawyer at the llallimorc! bar. observed bis ejghty clghth birthday anniversary last Monday. Ho Is in excellent health. Lieutenant William E. Elniy, Fifth Cavalry, of United States Armv, lias left Fort Leavenworth, Kan., and is nowsta .tioncd nt Post of Fort Reno, Oklahpma Territory. Mary Jane Cheney Julia Ann Adelia Frances Fedora Eliza Maria Quit'Tude Dant Morrison is the abbreviated 'appel lation of ono of tho colored belles, of At lnnta,Ga. Mrs. Cleveland left Monday, May -t, Tor her summer homo at Buzzard's Ray. Mrs. Cleveland's popularity does 'not wane, nnd the demands mado on her time and attention frpnt people "all over the United States is almost as great as when she w3 mistress of the White House. David Dudley Field's recovery is onlv temporary. He is ill of chronic disease of the heart, and as ho persists In york, against the; advice of his physician, death is likely to occur at any time. Six pair of breeches, each pair warranted to bo those worn by Nelson at the battle of Trafalgar, have been offered for show at tjio itoyni isaai lixujintion. Hianca La Blanche is the rather hifalti tin name which has been taken by one of Fannie Davenport's sifters. She is.somc what noted as nn operatic, singer, and ar rived in New York trom France- Wednes day. Rosa Ronhcur, notwithstanding she. has entered upon the seventieth year of her age, is yet engrossed in her art. Her latest picture is "Aftera Storm in the Itigh lands," mid the models and accessories used in it were all taken across the chan nel frOm Argylcshire to Fonlaincbleau, where the picture was painted, Tho following inscription is copied from a tombstone now standing in the Metho dist Protestant burying ground in AVou dalc: Aim J;.. Wlfo ot Jeremiah Wnllfr?. Dlcil Not cnibcrlfi, lfJis, nutd CETj cms 5 month'. the mis n tiucaim faithful wire lo cacti ot the following persons: Enoch Francl, John Sherman, WllllmulluudOn, J. Wallers. 'J he monument to the, memory of .Gen eral Grant, which with such rare public spirit and liberality H. II. Kbhlsaat ,has presented to the little city of Galena, is Hearing completion, and its unveiling will take place June 3, It will be a notable event, and tho ceremonies will be most interesting and impressive. The orator of tho occasion is Chauncey M. Depew, and 'with a theme of such abundant scopc.his address promises to be one of the most brilliant efforts of his life. UIUTOIUAL coataiuKT. The escape of the Rata from San Diego is a curious comment on the incfllcicncv of our Federal olllclids. Sew York Ilerah), Honors come high, but Senator Felton of California says we must have them. Audit is now alleged that he practices what lie preaches, and was not unwilling to pay $2,000 a vote to mako his own elec tion smc.l'tlUitlcljihiu Time. Tho resignation of Senator Edmunds docs not take effect until next November, and meanwhile, ho says, he will exert ills most strenuous efforts and use nil his in fluence to bring about the establishment of a great national university at Wash ington. lYrie York Sun. There is but one opinion here as to the conduct of Mr. Jay Ewlng, tho consular ncent of tho United States at Vancouver, British Columbia, in refusing to rise in honor of a toast to tho Queen of Groat Hritain, nnd that Is that he has demon strated himself to be an unmiticatedass. Wasliingtou Corretpomltuce A'cw I'm lie conlcr. Sig. Rudini stales that tho perusal of Mr. Blaine's communications ''produces the most painful impression" upon him, which recallstlie story of Dr. Abernetby's patient. "Oh, Doctor," said the man, 'when I raise my arm this way" emit ting as ho spoke on agonizing yell "It almpst kills me." "Then," responded the rough old surgeon, "you fool, what do you raise it for ?" A'cw York World. Starvation, eviction, murder 1 These are tho weapons used by the Pennsylvania coke barons to maintain their boasted "legal rights." Hut they arc breeding an awful pestilence of popular wrath, which Eooncr or later will wipe them from the faco of tho earth. They aro sowing tho wind. Their harvest of whirlwind will surely come. Indianapolis Sentinel. The New Orleans grand jury should, perhaps, have reported that the Matlans who ''went dead" in the parish prison March 1 1 "died of heart failure." That would have let us out and put tho burden of proof on tho amusing Rudini. CuittU' Hovgu Timet, THE CAUSE KX PLAINED. Why Ni Mirny Wriih Jinn mid Wiimun Am Seen nu OurBtri-t't To-Diiy. Thero seem to bo more weak, dob!!! tatcd und broken-down pcoplo in America lo-day than ever beforo In the history of this country. Is II u fact that tho Ameri can pcoplo are growing weaker, or U It duo to some local cause? Thoro can bo little doubt that it is owing almost en tirely to tho fenrful after effects of Die Grip. Tills terrible and mystorlous com plaint, blurting unaccountably and run ning sovcrply, Invariably leaves tho per son in a weak, nervous and run-down condition, from which it requlron much time to recover. When pcoplo nro In such u state, when ualuro is weak and broken, what would common sense dic tate should bo done? Precisely what physicians say should be done, viz: assist nature, stimulatn her lnaglng faculties, build her nn. How'' JJy usIukii puro medicinal stimulant, mm for this purpose there Is nothing oual to puro whiskey, Doctors, scientific men and tlio loading thinkcisof tho land havo declared this and have unhesitatingly agreed that thero Is no whlfckey so pure and oillolant ns Duffy's Puro Malt. It stimulates health ilv and builds ui wasted tissue. It re news tho nervous organization and assists to health. It Is popular, because. It Is so efllelout. Great cure should bo taken, however, to tocuro only the genuine. Distrust any dealer, who, for any reason, seoks to Induco you to buy something 'just as good." Jiythe Judicious use of this pure stimulant, the after effects or the Grip may he removed nnd health and strength put in placo of weakness and debility. t Give Up Tlio luoot Aycr's S.irsaparllla, Ono bottle may lint euro "right on" n complaint ot years i persist until a euro Is cITcctcil. As a general rule, Improvement follows shortly nttcr beginning tlio tiso ot tills medicine. With many pcoplo, tho effect Is Immediately noticeable; hut some constitutions nro less susccptiblo to medicinal Influences than otlieis, and tho curntlvo process may, tlicic fore, In such cases, bo less prompt. Terse vcranco In using this remedy Is sure ot Its reward at last. Sooner or later, tho most stubboru blood diseases yield to Ayer's Sarsaparilla "For several years, In the spring months, 1 used to bo troubled with a drowsy, tired feeling, and a dull pain hi the small of my back, so bail, at times, as to prevent my being able to walk, tho least sudden motion causing mo severe distress. Frequently, bolls and rashes would break out on various parts of tho body. By tlio advice of friends and my family physician, I began the use of Aycr's Sarsaparilla and continued It till tlio poison in my blood was thoroughly eratllea-tcd."-L.W. English, Montgomery City, Mo. "My system was nil run downs my skin rough and of yellowish line. I tried varjous remedies, and whilo sonio of them gave mo temporary lellef, nonoof them did nny per manent good. At last I began to tako Aycr's Sarsaparilla1. continuing ft exclusive ly for a considerable time, and nm ploascd to say that It completely Cured Me. I presume my liver was very much out of order, and tho blood irnpuro hi consequence. I feel that I cannot too highly recommend Ayer's Sarsaparilla to any ono aflllctcd as I was." Mrs. N. A. Smith, Glover, Vt. "For years I suffered from scrofula and blood diseases. Tho doctors' prescriptions and several so-called blood-purifiers being of no aval, I was at'last advised by a friend to try Aycr's Sarsaparilla. I did so, and now leel like a new man, being fully restored lo liealtli."-C. N. Frlnk, Dccorab, Iowa. Ayer's Sarsaparilja rnsrARKD nt- DR. J, C. AVER $ CO., Lowell,, Mass. Bold by Drumthti. tl,Biz$$. Wortu$5abo"uk ixiuon j:i,r,YUt. A 1'lca.mnt Lemon Drink. For biliousness nnd constipation,, take Lemon Elixir. For indigestion and foul stomach, tako Lemon Elixir. For sick and nervQu? headaches, tako Lemon lvlxir. For sleeplessness and nervousness, tako Lemon Elixir. For loss of appetite and debility, tako Lemon Elixir. J'or fevers, chills nnd malaria, tako Lemon Elixir. Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir will not fail you in nny of the above-named diseases, all of which arise from n torpid or dis eased liver, stomach, kidneys or bowels. Prepared only by Dr. II. Mo.i.uv, At lanta, Ga. COc. nnd $1.00 per bottle, at druggists. I.cmon Hat Drops Cures nil Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, HronchIti, Pneumonia, Hemorrhage and nil throat ami lung discates. An elegant nnd reliable preparation. 25 cents at "druceists. Prepared onlv bv Dr. H. Mozlcy, Atlanta, Ga. OVIUt rilK NUTS AND WINK. Tlio mini who Is religious nnvtvhere is re ligious evcrj where. The Jtum's tloni. 'Ihcdctcctlte'ibii)iies should be a success lul tollow lug. Yottkiti btutesman. Wnrilcn (to murderer In electilc chIr I press the button. You do the xetl.Vuffalo Com let. Mormon widow!" lcmember regretfully tho times when their huxbind was oung. A'dw OiUatis I'leaimic. It l (Iffllciilt forn drinking mnnto hold hi; breath; It In generally too ftiongtor him. Tttat Sifting. The unallct part ot the eost ot an engage ment jIhk Is the amount the youm; man pajs to the Jeweller when he sets the ring. Homer xlIU Journal. It Ic explained that one ren.nn why more women do not get Into the hnhit ot smoklns clgnis is because they begin smoklnc cigars that they buy themsehes. AVw York lUeorUer. Who l that lady that Just passed us with the chamilng facer" "That was my wife, but we are now nepa rated." "Ah, jet". T eee; tour late wife." From Flkamae Jilatttrjor the Ktenlng l'ost. "Why, nbked the lady ot tho house of Uoot Icn Hob, tho jiamp, "do you stick out the mldd'e linger or jour lett hand so straight When j oil eat? Was It cter broken t" "No, madam, but during my halcyon days I wore r diamond ring on that linger and ft has become tccond nature with me." .Vein Yoik Jlccoultr. "I am truly, forry, Johnny." said the friend ottho family, meeting the little boy on tho ttrcet. "to learn that jour father's house was burned down jesterdaj-, Was nothing saved?" "Don't ou waste no grlcr on me," replied .lohnnt-. "All ot paw's old clothes were burned up In that lire, and maw can't make nny ot 'cm oter for me this tlino. I'm all rigutr j toy vi tu. IJeggs 1 wonder why Jlrs, Jaggs won't let her liusbann employ a female typewriter? Foggs Don't J on know? hho was his foimcr tjncwrlter herself, New York Con tinent. Chappie 1 thought Hotly was going to buy a cane lo day. t'bnllj' bo ho was, lint lie couldn't get one that lilted. Uhnnnle Fitted what? Clmlfy Wli)', bis mouth, ot eoiirse. Kew Yoik Continent. l'onsonby-I'in becoming qnlto tired of old Dustc. lie's tientlng me very shabbily, I'oplnjoj- What's up now ? Ponsouby I wanted to go to the iscos lat Jlomlny, so 1 told him my graudiiucle was dead. What uo J on think bo said? l'opiujaj- e'an't guess. l'onsnnbr lie said my pranduncle usually dies on l'rfitajs, and he decjiued to let me on. The Jeweler' t Clicular. A story is at nrcsent being I ol 1 of J ord Han do'ph Churchill, tvhlih li given with duo ro tertc. It runs that at Lincoln a rather noisy inejii'ier or me nookinaiiing iratcrtilty ad drmed bis lordship as follows: "Glad to seo j ou again, my lord; my ramo Is Hopkins, but I bet Sou don t re. member mo," ion to won jour nci, was mo quiet rrpir, und I.oid Itamlnlp stlollcd quietly iitriiy.lu tho opposite dlrcetlon. John llrougham, who had something ot the genius nnd cuniactrr of his sifted countryman herldnn, onto mado a hilllfaiit lemark, which rivalled Sheridan's best ban mots. On tho oc ciMlonof ii benefit accorded him, some one threw upon the stage, at tho clop ot the per formance, a pmee of gold, which ho picked up unci utter examining It, sad; "hadies and gentle men, circumstances compel me to pocket tho Insult, but (limbing grim) 1 should like to tee Iho lnnii who would repoat It!" That might hate been prepared, but It was brilliant neteithcless. i. - i i I.ADIF.S Needing a tonic, or children who wantbuM- ing up. should tako nilOWN'S 1HO.V HITTERS. It Is pleasant to take, cures Malaria, Ind Ecstlon, UlUousncsj uud Liver Complaints. Conp.-ional Hotel anfl Cafe. This HOTEL AND CAFE is situated ad Joining the. Capitol, on tho most elcrstod point In Washington. From Its balconies n beauti ful now can bo had ot tho entire City ot Wash ington., Arlington Heights. Potomac River and tho Capitol grouuds. attests aeumimodated with dollghtrul, airy and wcll-voutllated rooms at special rates. HENRY BROCK, I'llOI'RlKTOR, Formorly of New York and New Jersey. HorBo cars from all the railroad depot) pass lu trout ot this hotel Don ttSi' . - AM msti rmflm w g . - 'wUfidlMLta xywint4m NOTIFY the Company, either by telo phono (No. 411 or by lotter to tlio ofllco nt No. 4lt) Ninth Strcot North west, near Lincoln Unit. Ilelng mado from puro spring wator distilled in tho process of mnlclng and imen niioreu uy ino very uese moinous lof filtration, tills tco is especially dcslr- nulofor drinking and other family uses, Tim nlm M tho mnimirnmnnt has boon to Bccuro to tho city of Washington n needed product of purity nnd healthful-ne-tg. and it will bo tliolr furtlior nlm to secure prompt scrvlco and courteous THE HYGIENIC ICE COMPANY. CITY HIT.CIAL3. The Nntlonnl Snfo Deposit Coinpnny of Washington, Corner Fifteenth street nnd New York avenue. Storngo for silverware, Jewelrj-, laces, fino goods and valuables ot nit kinds. Charges moderate. Bate deposit boxes for rent at the tery lowest rates. Solo Agents for the Albany Vuuotlnn llllnd. W. II. Houghton Jfanuractutlng Company nro the agenla for tho Alhahy Venetian blinds. Wo nio prepared to furnish tho "Albany" blinds In any wood, natural finish or stained to match, tin Jobs of nny size wo gladly Send sample blind for Inspection. Wo guarantee carefully selected woods, kiln dried and thor oughly, carefully nnd properly finished. Our llnlsh Is unexcelled, W. 11. HouaiiTOfjMANUFACTtjiuxa Co., 1218 and 12-ai F street northwest. Ten Per Cent. Jtoifuetion In Furnlturo for Thirty Dltvs. Wc sre going to moTC from our present loca tion to the commodious new building, No. 513 Seventh street northwest, opposite the U. H. I'ostofUco Department. Aptlf 1 wIllBCe.usIn our new establishment, but until then wo will sco all at the old stand, M0 nnd 031 JJcrcnth street northwest, where, pending removal, wo Bhall offer our entire slock ot tho latest and best makes ot Furniture, Carpets, etc., at 10 Ficr cent, reduction from former prices. No alrcr terms can be made anywhero than at lluddcn's Furniture and Carpet Stores, 930 and 93a Seventh street northwest. Baron Liebig The great chemist pronounced tho well known IJeblg Compiny's Extract of DccT, mado of tho finest Itlvcr Platte cattle. Infinitely superior lu flavor nnd quality lo any made of cattle grown In Euroje or chcwUcrc, Ho has authorized tlnf use ot Ills n? the well known "(rsZ-'ff--'J trade signature J mark ot LIEBIG Extract COMPANY'S of Beef. For Dcllcions For Improved nnd UccfTea. Kconomlc Cookery BIRTHDAY SOUVENIR RINGS, solid 14 Karat, $2; reduced from $5. SOLID 14 KARAT LADIES' GOLD WATCH, nicely en graved, Elgin or Waltham movement, $24; reduced from 835. SOLID STERLING SOUVE NIR SPOONS, $1 to $3; re duced from $1.50 and $5. SOLID STERLING HEAD CANES, S2.50 to $4.50; reduced from $3.50 and $6.50. Largo n-ortmentot UNSET DIAMONDS at the LOWEST I'ltlCKS. Alsrt a large nl-sort-incntot Solid Sterling Wedding 1'reecuts. S- DESIO, Manufacturing Jeweler, Upstairs, Iiooins 1, 5 unci G, Old Oold and Silver bought for cash Qr taken In exchange. TjlLOHlDA Lands held In rcservo for servoral years by tho Stato Government aro now opened to set. tiers at their actual value. These reserved lands Uo along the ca'torn or Atlantic Coast, between St. Augustine und Ills cayno Bay, one-half mile to six miles from tho ocean, a argo portion pcing fa below the frost limits. This Is the onlv eastern section in the United Btates whero it Is posslblo to ralso semi-tropical fruit, ana where early vegetables 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 nnd Transportation Com pany, and bears a Quo growth of tlmbor, from which largo sums may be realized. The section along tho Indian lllvcr and Lako Worth is well settled, and tho land is tho most valua ble In the State, the enst coast being tapped by four railways, and tbo rivers along tho coas being navicatcd by steamboats. Improved transportation facilities and do llgbtfnl cllmato (being so near the ocean tho air is much more bracing than farther inland) make this an excellent opportunity tor actual settlers. .Prices ot landrango from $3perncronpward. We shall bo pleased to send maps, township plans and full Information to all who nro inter ested. FLORIDA COAST LINK CANAL AND TRANSPORTATION CO., ST. AUO.USTINI5, FLORIDA. JOHN W. DENNY, President. hvl:. if. sbltz IMPORTING TAILOR 1333 V STREET NORTHWEST. Sprlngand Summer Importation now open. This Is tliclluestlliioof Imported Goods orer eccn in Washington. DYEING, DRY GLEANING, SCOURING. ANTON FISCHER &S0N, 906 G Street N. W. Grand, Upright and Squaro PIANO -FORTES. Special Attention ot Purchasers Is In vited to Our "NEW AUTISTIC BTYLE3," Finished In Designs ot 'HiqUEST DECOR ATIVtt ART, PIANOS FOR RENT. Second-IIand I'lanoj at All Prices. Wm. Knabe a. Co., 817 Market Spaoo, &&sL vw-Jss conduct on tho part of nil employees, nnd tlio delivery by thorn of FULL W1UOHT. Fnlluro to socuro this scrvlco should bo promptly reported. Tho publlonro cordially Invited to visit tho works nt Fifteenth and li Btrecta Northeast (tnko Columbia railway cars); nnd thero Inspect Iho methods of manu facture, nnd for thomselvcs gqo tho best arranged nnd best equipped artificial lea plant in tho world to-day, combining tho best modorn machinery nnd tippU. nnees for thomnkliiRor puto lco. Tho fullest oxnmlnntlou by nil Interested Id earnestly invueu. Office, 419 Ninth Street N. W. TTvlSSOLLTlON SALE NOW GOING ON AT THE HEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE Continues Dally till June 1. Owing to the change winch will occur In our firm nn June 1st, we arc compelled to sacrlllco our large stock of clothing. Tho Inventory shows J1TO,000 woith of Men's, Dots' and Children's HIGH-CLASS CLOTHING Of our own make. As we must pay tho re tiring partners n largo sum lu cash, wo have conrtiiclcd to olTcr our entire stoCk (for' cash only) nt one-halt the cost ot production, Dear In mind this Is not a catch-penny reduc tion sale, nor n sale of odds ami ends, but a honri fide dissolution sale ot the highest grade clothing, nil of this season's production, ' ' SBE THESE IUtlCES. 800 Men's Suits, all elzci, $1.83; reduced from $10. j73 ilen's Suits, alt-wool, sack or cutaway, $7 BO; reduced from $1 1. 1..W0 Men's Suits, In Cheviots, CasstmprQS or Worsted, Jil.Soi reduced from $18. 1,S(10 Men's Suits, In Imported Worsted, Cheviots, Diagonals, etc., strictly tailor-made and warranted nil wool, $ir; reduced from JM. 1,250 pahs Men's Pants, 30 styles, $1. Re duced from $1.73. W0 jnlrs Men's Pants, 23 styles, $1.50. Re duced from f 2.73. l.uyo pairs glen's Pants, 03Btylcs. S5.50. War ranted all wool. Reduced from $ i.73. .1,000 elegant Men's Pants at $:j.no, $1.50, fS, and G (Including the finest imported material in checks, plaids, nnd stripes). t 030 Hoys' Suits, long pants, ages It to 18 years, $1.30. Reduced from $1.50. 1,011 Ilojs' Suits (nil wool), long pants, ages 14 to 18 years, $ 1.50. Reduced from $3. 8J3 Men's Suits, beBt Imported Clay Diag onals, Whipcords, I'luchecks and Corkscrew, silk lined and equal to finest custom made, $18; rednccd from $33. Attcutlou, G. A. R. CIO All-wool Regulation Suits, warranted fast color, $7.50; reduced from $12.50. A full line ot 1'rlnce Albert Suits, Diagonals, diet lots and Fancy Worsteds, elegantly made, nt $13. $15 and $20 pet Btilt; reduced from $i3, 28$ nnd $35. b50 Hoys' Suits (all wool), long pnnts, ages 14 tol8)eal8A Reduced from $11. A full line of nobby Dress Suits for boys In tbo finest grades of worsted, casslmeto and chetiot. 1,500 Child's Suits, ages 1 to 12, SI. Reduced from $2. 1,200 Child's Suits, ages I to 12, $1.60. Re duced from $2.75. i!50 Child's Suits (nil wool), ages 4 to 1 1, $3.30. Reduced from $1.7j. Highest grades In Child's Suits reduced to one-half former price. 1.000 pairs Kneel'auts, ages 4 to 12, 23 cents. Reduced from CO cents. 1,530 pairs All-wool Kneo Pants, ages t to 12, 35 cents. Reduced trom 75 cents. This Gigantic Sacrifice ot Values will con tinue daily until June 1. NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE. 311 Seventh St. N. W. Moko no mistake, lie sure yon.gct the right number. WHITE UUILDINO, STRICTLY ONE l'RICE. Co-oiioraliye Lanfl aim Trust Conpiy, Tho SOUTHERN INVESTMENT COM 1'ANY now offer for salo lands which form a natural pnrle fronting on tho new Electric Road, now built from Tenallytown to Glen Echo Heights, which lands lire capitalized at 2i cents per squaro foot, and stock Issued at $225 per sunt e. Each share ot stock entitles the holder thereof to ono undivided lot In said pari: containing onc-Ufth ot an acre, or 8,713 squaro feet, less the amount required tor stcccts. Tfccse lots, or tho proceeds thereof, will be allotted to the shareholders at the ex piration ot twenty-ono months from date ot first poyment by the SOUTHERN INVEST MENT COMPANY in such a manner as may bo agreed upon by a majority ot shares In said Co-operative Company. Subscriptions to stock In said company shall bo paid as follows: Each stockholder, tor each share held, shal pay the sum ot $10 thereon on or before tho FIRST WEDNESDAY ot EACH MONTH to tho Secretary of tho SOUTHERN INVEST MENT COMPANY or Btich person or p'ersons as tho SOUTHERN INVESTMENT COM PANY shall authorize to receive tho same Any stockholder, nt tho expiration of six (0) months from date ot first paymeut, may with draw fiom tho company by giving thirty days' notice m writing to the Secretary ot tho SOUTHERN INVESTMENT COMPANY, nnd at the expiration of that tlmo shall bo entitled to the repayment, In the order ot tho dnto In which ho ir she filed his or her notice, from tho first moneys received Into tho company, ot nil sums paid on said stock, with four (4) per centum Interest per annum thereon; but tho right ot withdrawal shall not extend beyond six (C) months from tho date ot first payment. Auy stockholder may nt any tlmo pay tho bnlanco due upon his or her share or shares of stock, nnd thereupon tho SOUTHERN IN VESTMENT COMPANY will issue to such poison or pcreons -paid-up stock which shall entitle such person or persons to one undivided lot (per cuchsharo of stock lu said CJIoii Covo Park) containing one-fifth ot nn aero, as beforo stated, and which Bhall bo allotted as herein before provided. Each shareholder who shall elect to pay tho lull amount ot his ttock prior to maturity, or who Bhall continue to pay tho monthly Instalments of $10 per month promptly, until twenty-one (21) Instalments hate been paid In, will ho entitled to four (1) per ceut. lutercst per annum on tho par valito ot the stock as n robate, which will mako the stock cost actually ouly $210 per sharo. No belter or safer Investment could lie ot tered than this, as thero Is uo posslblo chuueo to loc, nnd being organized on tho Barings bank pilnclple, purchasers reecho on their money an Interest amounting to tbo rate ot more than eight (8) per cent, per annum, be sides the prospective and undoubted lucreaso the value of their purchase. SOUTHERN INVESTMENT COMPANY, Rooms 30-31 Corcoran Hulldlng-, WASHINGTON, D. O. GLEN GOVE PARK m mi m Gh-A-S ;STO!TES Eor; Heating Bath Rooms, Bed Rooms, .Halls, Libraries&c. ALSO STOVES FOR HATTERS, TAILORS, CONFECTIONERS, M !aSHN3TuON 'JSJASLIGHT CQoMRAiNY, .411-418 Tenth ,A CHANCE OP .A. LIFETIME. Spii-ffell Underwear, I?OR MEN OF EVERY SIZE, SHORT, TALL, FAT OR LEAN, IN THE RAGING COLORS, ' ' TAN, GRAY AND MODE, lOO TDozeroL Comprises the Assortment and 50 TDozi:p- Dlsplaycdin Our F Street Window. G. Ip tho l'RICE, and It surely Is, as wo claim, tho ONLY CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. They were manufactured" byoncot the larg est woolen concerns In the country tba,t make nothing 'but Standard Woolen 'Underwear'. Eteryplccc you buy you save Glc'aa'thc'actnal value Is $1,50. Yon understand this Sacrifice. Wq arc go ing to vacate nnd the goods must be sold. The Combination, Twelfth ana F Streets N. W KAUFMAN & SICKLE HOTEM.AKnjBBTAPnAMT8.w NEW MANAGEMENT. TEMPLE HOTEL AND CAFE. MRS. 8. H. MARTIN, Lnto of Baltimore, having had extensive ex perience, respectfully invites tho former patrons and all new-comers. Rates Room nnd board, $1.50 to $2 per day, Special care lu every particular is tho way to please. CALL AND SEE. 604 ana OOO Ninth Street, Near P. "TEW YORK UUFFET, 05 TENTH STREET N. W Best and Purest Liquors in the City. Im ported Cigars. JAMES H. COSTELLO. Proprietor. T HE EMIITT, WASHINGTON, D. O. Army and Navy neadqnarters. Four Iron Flro Escapes. TERMS-J3 and $1 Tor Day. WILLARD'S HOTEL, WASHINGTON, D. O., O. G. STAPLES, Lnto ot Thousand Isl. Honsc, l'roprletor. S" T. JAMES' HOTEL, EUROPEAN FLAN, Sixth street and Pennsylvania avenue, h. WOODBURY, Proprietor. IRRESPECTIVE of PRICE, tho REST and MOST COMPLETE WRITING MACHINE MADE. $60 Awarded New York, a medal by American Iustltuto, FOR SUPERIORITY. Descriptive pamphlet mailed on application, George 16 10 F STREET N.W., WASHINGTON, D. 0. National Typewriter Seiffert, jpI HK M SuUwfc bM writitrSrlU i .,. TIlNE$S,v&c., &c. Btroot North wont. UAIXItOADS. -t - CHESAPEAKE AND l At! OHIO RAIL. WAY, Schedule In effect April 1, 1891 Trains leave linlon Depot, Sixth and streets. 10.57 fl. m. for Newport News, Tt Old l'olnt Comfort and Norfolk dallr. Arrive at Old l'olnt at COO p. in. and Norfolk at 6.55 p. m. S.00 p. m. Cincinnati Express dally tor sta tions in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky and Cincinnati. Vestibule Sleepers and en tire train run through without chango to Cin cinnati, arriving ai t.w n. in. 11.10 p. m.- ,F. r, . V. Vcstlbnlo Limited, dally. Solid trains, with dining cars, run through without change, to Cincinnati. Vestibule Sleeper for Lexington, Loutsvlllo and through sleeper to Richmond. Vn. Pullman" Cars are open to recelvo passengers at Pp. m. Office, 513 Pennsylvania avenne. H, W. FULLER, Gen. 1'ass. Agont. XBBV. 1891. DWABD F. DROOP 925 Pa. Ave. N. W CALLS ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE STOCK OF STEIN WAY, GraTfoX:!?;, AND OTHER FIR3T-CLAS3 IF T-&-liT o s. THE WONDERFUL SELF-rLAYINQ iCOLIAN ORGAN Story & Clarke, Clougli & Warren, Needham Cabinet Organs. Sold on Installments Excliangea Rented, Repairea, Tunefl, Moyefl, Storefl. Violin, Banjo and Guitar Strings a Spialty. SUEET MUSIO AND MERCHANDISE. GENERAL AGENTS FOR NORTH GERMAN LLOYD, HAMBURG, AMERICAN AND ROYAL NETHER LAND BTEAMSUir COMPANIES. AT THE OLD STAND, 925 Pennsylvania Ave., "WASHINGTON, D.O. USE CERES, STERLING, MINNEOLA, GOLDEN HILL PLOTJR And you will always have beautiful Lirouu, HoIIh and Dlscuita. WUoIosalo Dopot, Cornor Flrat Street and Indiana Avenue, WM. M. GALT & OO. THE EVANS DEN TAL PARLORS, 1S17 Pa. ave. n. w. Teeth extracted positively without pain or danger by our painless system a harmless vege table vanor. In uso by ns only. Its effects are pleasautand trans ient. Artificial teeth, crown nud brldgo work at reasunablo prices. nmniCAr. flrlvtnnl ,hil fllnlr fInlnA. mktt tlvtvt rtllal't, LADIES tit X DrncitHl rcr CMcMilirt IMalliK lila-fTXS MtUUranJlu Uril nd 6uU oif umAVAV tioxci, aiicd liu biu rlbUa, 'I'aLe W Inil olhert Ktfuii dunntraut tuhttUu. V tl9.ii uii ii iMlut ton. Ai llmi(Uta, or aoi 4 In lUropa lul (.ullcuUn, tcatlmoDlftla onS "Htllcr fur l.u.llf.," (ti Idler, b; rftr B1HII. It'iVVU ,iwui,.l.l, 4iar 4VJIC ii&icruacuucalt;ii.BiaiuoiiH(uftr, Jtoijim. vuu Jo., 'S x nresenn rnny t; dorto Etc tb oW peclflo tor the certain sbwj of this dlsa. U, U, INU UAlf AM, M. D,, Amsterdam, N, T, W have sold Tt.Q tea many yaars, ana H -Klvsn ths but ot sstt isctla. D. R. DTOITR & CO., Cblraco, lib fil.00. BHlrr9tBilsfet loh ssiliSf' jJKV ceres Wm Bra nM j) rbtchtttr KnxlUh Diamond I!rud. INWYROYAL P8LLS Sy t jtubjiin.Mii miriajOUUuOt OUalnaiUjMMI Otda.ra tAll,TttAnH. 11- "-'--A T3 1CUMOND AND UANVUiLK RAILROAD r, rViMi'ANY. Bci(i!tvi,E Is ErrscT Mat 10, 1801. All trains leave- and arrlvo at Pennsylvania passenger Stallon, Washington, I). C. fttO a. In.-Dally rdrLjilchburp;. Stopi nt all stations. Connects nt Calrertoii for Wnr rcntoni Connects nt Charlottesville dally, ex cept bunrisy, for Staunton, Clifton Forgo, nmt While Sulphur Springs; at Lynchburg, With Noffolle ami Western Railroad fof ltonnokp, Salem, Wytlievllle. llrlslol Knoxvlllc, Chatta nooga nnd the Southwest. 11H5 a, in, Dally for Manassas, Wartenlon, Culpeper, Ornnge, Charlottovlllp, Lvuchlpirg, DaiiTllle. Oieensboro. llnlclgh, Salisbury and stations Western North Carolina Dlrlslon; C'hArtotte nnd stations South Carolina Divi sion, and Millions Atlanta and Chnrldtte Divi sion to Atlanta, where connection mado In t ntbn Station for alt principal points South nnd Southwest, Pullman llutTct Hlccper, New Yotle anil Washington to Atlanta, eonncctliig with Pull man Sleeper Atlanta to New Oilcans, via. Mont gomery nnd Mobile, mul Pullman Sleeper to Memphis lu Ulrinlnghatn; unites at Dnnrlilo with Pullman Sleeper for Augusta via Colum bia, nnd nt Greensboro with I'ullman Sleeper tor Knoxvlllo via Ashvlllo and Hot Springs, B:30a. in. and 8:20 p, m. Dally except Sun day, for Slrashurg nnd Intermediate stations. '1 bo 2.5(1 p. m, train connects nt ltlvcrton for Luray, Vn. . 4:35 p, m. Dally for Charlottes! lllotonuect Ing tor Roanoke, llrlstol, KnnxvlllcYtJhatta uooga. Memphis nnd Arkansas points. .Pull man blecpcr Washington io Memphis.. . 840 p. m.-Dally, Vashlngfon and Month western Vestlbnlcd Limited. A Magnificent Train of rullinnd Vestlbuled Pnlnces, ionslst Ing of Drnwlng-Room, Dining', Sleeping anil Duffct, Bmoklng, Library nnd Observation Cars ot the latest and most Magnificent and Lux urious Design, built expressly for this Service. An extra fare Is charged on this train in, con nection with First-Class Tickets only. Arrives at Atlanta S:'2j p. in. following day) making Im mediate connections with fast trains lor .New Orleans Ia Moutgpmery and for., Memphis, Meridian, New Orleans nnd VlcksburgyJia Bir mingham. 11;oo p. m. Dally, Southern Express for Lynchburg, Danville, Orcensborov Raleigh, Salisbury nnd stations Western North Caro lina Division, Charlotte and stations South Carolina Division to Augusts, anil Stations At lanta (ibd Charlotte lllvlslon to Atlanta where conscctl n Is made In Union -station, for all points South and Soutliwcst, Through coaches New York Atlanta. PnllmnaltulTct Sleeper, New York to Knox UUc ia Lynchburg, DanTlllo, SalHbury ami Western NprthCnrolino. Division. Pullnlnn Uurrct Sleeper, Washington to.Novr Orleans via Atlanta, Montgohiptyand Mobile. Trains on Washington and Ohio, division leave Washington icoo h. m. dally, 11:25 p, m. dally and 4: li p, rn except Snndayi. re turning arrhe Washington 8:30 a, nuandSllS p. in., dally, nml b:5.1 a. m., except Sunday.' Througn'trajnS from the South Via Charlotte, find Danville1 arrive in Washingtofi , 6:33 a. nf., 10-.25 a", m. Arid 7:50 p. m.; arid front Lynchburg 1:E0 p. m. nnd 9:5(1 p. m.jTfaj-'East 1 enucsscc, llrlstol and Lynchburg , at, 10:25 a. m. Strasburg local at 10: 17 a. m. Tickets, sleeping car reservation and Infor mation furnished andp baggage checked, at of flee, 1300 rcnnsyUanla'aTemie, nnd dt Tiassen- Bcr station, Pennsylvania ltailrosd, Sixth and streets. JAS. L. TAYLOR. Gen. I'ass.. Agent. milE GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE '11 la the North, West and Southwest. -Double Track. Splendid Scenery.' btccl Ralls. Magnificent Equipment. lu KPrECT Mr 3,1891. Trains lcavo Washington trom station, corner ot Sixth and 1) streets, ns follows: , Fon I'lTTsnuno nnd tho West, Chicago Lim ited ExpresB ot Pullman Vestibule Cars at 10.60 a. nl. dally: Fast Line. 10.50 a. ra. daily to Chicago, ColumbtiB nnd St. Lonls, with Parlor Car llarrlsburg to Pittsburg, and Sleeping Cars from PitUjburg to Indianapolis, Pittsburg to Columbus; Altooua to Chicago. St. Lonls, Chicago and Cincinnati 'Express, 8.90 p, m. dally. Parlor Car Washington ta llarrlsburg, and Sleeping C?rs llarrlsburg to St, Louis, Chicago and Cincinnati, and Din ing Car llarrlsburg to tt. Louis, Chicago aim Cincinnati. Western Express, at 7.40 p. m. dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago and St. Lonls, connecting idaily at llarrlsburg with through sleepers f6r Louis ville and Memphis. Pullman Dining Car Pittsburg to Richmond and Chicago,, l'aclflc Express, 10.00 p. m. daily, for Pittsburg and the West, with through sleeper to Pittsburg, and rittsburg.to Chicago. BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD Fort Kane. Cakanuaioua, .Rochester and Ni agara Falls dally, except SundayV&lO a.m. FonEnii:, Cavakiiatuua and Rochester dalljj for Uuttalo and Niagara dully, except Satur day, 10.00 n, m., wltn Sleeping Car Wsshlng ton to Rochester, Foit .Wii.LiAJisronT, Rochester and Niagara Falls, 7,40 p. rn. dally, except Saturday, with Bleeping Car Washington to Rdcbcster. Fon WiivuAiisroiiT, Rcnovo nnd Elmlra, at 10.50 a. m. dally, except Srnidny.. Fon WjLLiAJtsronr, dally. 3.30 p. m. Fon Piiu.AUELi'iiiA, New York and the East, 7.50, 0.00 and 11.00 a. m.; 12.15, a.lO, 3.15, 4.28, 5.40,10.00 and 11.33 p.m. OnUnnday.O.OOand 11.00 n. m.,12.15, 2.10, 3.15, 4.20, lO.OJJand 11.35 I. m. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars, with Dining Car, to New York, 0.40 a. m, dally, except Sunday, F.oiiNew Yoiik only, Limited Express with Dlulns Car, 5.00 p. m. dally. FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY, Fast express S.tO a. m, week days nnd 4.00 p. m. tlallv. Express, Sunday, only, p,4o p. m. Fon Boston without change, 3.15 p., nl. every day. Fon llnooKLTN, N. Y., all through trains con nect at Jersey City with bOatsot Urooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer tq Fulton street, avoiding double ferriage- across Nor York C)ty. Fon Atlantic City, 12.15 p. m, week days, 11,35 p. m. daily. Foh 11at.tiiiohe,C.35, 7.20,8.10. 0.00, 9.10, 10.00, 10.50, 11.00 nud 11.50 a. m., 12.15, S.10, 3.15, 3.S0, -1.00, 4.20, 4.30,5.00, fi.40, 0.00 7.10,10.00 nnd 11.35 p. in. On Sunday 0.00. 11 (0, 10.50 11.00 a. m 12.15, 2.10, 3.15, 3.30, 4.00, 4.20, 5.00, 0.40, 0.00. 7. 10, 10.00 and 11.35 p. in. Fon Pom's Cheek Line, 7.20 a. m. and 4.30 p. in. dally except Sunday. Fon Ann AroLis, 7.20 and 0.00 a. in., 11.50 and 4.20 p, m. dully except Sunday. Sundays, 9.00 it. m. nud 4.50 p. in. WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY. IN ErrEOT Mat 3, 1891. Fon ALEXANDRIA, 4.30, 0.35,7.13, 8.10,9.45, 10.47 a. m., 12.01 noon, 1.00. 2.10, 3.30, 4.25, S.2J, 0.15, 8.02, 10,05 and 11.30 p. .m, On San day at 4.30, 7.45, 0.15, 10.47 a. in., 1,00,2.49, 0.10, 8.02 and 10.03 p.m. Accommodation tor Quantlco, 7.45 a. m. and oxpiess 0.05 p. m. week days. 7.15 a. m, Sun days. Fon Richmond and the South, 4.30 end 10.57 a. m. dally. Accommodation 0.05 p. in, week days. Trains leave Alexandria for Washington, 0.05, 7.05, S.OO. 11.10, 10.13.11.17. U.4t a. Tn.; 1.20, 2 Oil. 3.00, 3.50, 4.55, 5. 13, 0.13, 7.03, 0.30, 10 50 and 11.03 p.m. On Sunday at 9.10,10.15, 11.17 and 11.41 a. m.; 2.00', 4.63. 7.03, 7.40, 9.30 and 10 50 p. m. Tickets and Information at the office, north east corner ot Thirteenth street and Pennsyl- oanla nvenuo, and at tho station, where orders can bo left lor the checking of baggage to dest' nation from hotels ami residences. CHAS. E. I'UOII, J. It. WOOD, General Manager. General Passenger Agent B AL1IMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. Schednlo In effect April 19, 1801. Leavo Washington from station corner ot New Jersey atcnue and U street. For Chicago and Northwest, Vestlbnlcd Lim ited express dally 11.30 a. m., oxpress 8.3U p. m. Fou Cincinnati, St Lonls and Indjauapolls, express dally, 3.30 and 11.30 p. m, Fon PiTTBBi'iiu nnd Cleveland, express dally 11.30 and 8 50 p. in. Fon Lexinoton uud points In tho Shepadosa Valley, tlO. 10 a. m. Fon Winciiesteii and way stations t3.30 p. m. Foil Lurav, 8.50 p. in, Fon DAi.TiMOr.E, week days, 4 03, 5.00, B.SS. 7.20, 7.30, (b.(K) 15-inlnutcs), B.ai, 0.:)3, (10.00, lt.00, a. m 12.00 noon, 13-mlnutcs), 12.10, 2.15. 2.59, (3.15. 45-lilluiltrs), 3.23, 4,23. 4.30, 4.53, (5.10.45 minutes), B.30, 0.15, 0 20, 7.15,7.30, 9.00. 10.M and 11.80 p. in. Slindnj s, 4.05, 7.40, 7.30, 8,S0, 9,:;pi (10.00 ii. in,, 12.00 noon, 45-mlnutes), 1.00, 2.15, 2.50 3.25, 4.30, 4.55, (5.10, 4'i-mluutcs), n.15, fi.20, 7.:m, O.oo, io.:m, li.so p, m. Foit Annavolis, 0.:i5nnd8.00a, m., 12.10 and 4.23 p. in. Hiuidnys, tl.SO n, in., 4.30 p. m. Fon FiiKDEiitci;, tll.SO a. in,, 41.15, t3.30, tl.30 p. in. Fou IIaoehbtown. 110.10 a. m. and t5.30 p. m. ROYAL DLUR LINE FOR NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA. Fon New Yonic, Hoston anil tho East, 1.05, 18.00, (10.00, u. m Dining Car), 12.00 noon. 3.60,r8.10 Dining Car), and (8:30, M0.30 p.m. Sleeping Cars. Piitfet I'm lor Cars on nil day trains. Sleeping Cai on the 10.30 p. m.; open nt 10 ml p. :,i. Fon Huston, 2.5op. in., with Pullnun lliitfot bleeping Car running through to Huston without, change, via Poiigbkccnslo llildgo, landing passengers lu D, & M, station at Uostou. Fou PiiiLAHELriiiA, t.03. 18.00, 10.00, a. m 12.00 noon, (2 60, S 10, H.30 and 10.30 p. m. Fon Newauk, Dei.., Wilmington and Chester, 1.05, 18.(0 n. m 12.00 noon, i.SO, S.IO, 8.30 nnd 10.30 n, m, Limited oxpress ttoppiug at AVilinlligtnii only, 10.00 a, m. Fou Atlantic ClTV, 1.03 and 10.0U a, III., 12.00 noon, htindn) h, 1.05 a. in., 12.00 noon. For time ot suburban trains see tlmo tables to be had ot all ticket uircuts. tKxrrpt bunday. Dally. Sunday only. Haggage culled for and eheclied from hotels and resldPiires by Union Transfer Company on orders left nt ticket ofllces. (11(1 and 1351 Pcun slniila incline, und at Dcnut. J. -... ...,... ,...!.. . i.,.vw T UDELL. uiiam. ii. nuui,ii, (ten Manager. (leu. Pans. Agt. 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