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TIIE CRITIC-RECORD, WASHINGTON, D. C, MOTs'DAV KVKNING, MAY 11, 1891.
,it I r-? BECIIAB1TK WORK. THE PAST WEEK WAS FUMi 01' OOOD itEsturs. The Members of the Order Arc Entliii slnatlc nnd Pushing Forwnrd tlioGooil f Their Cnnsc, Laboring- With Wilt, lng Hnnda tin it Hopeful Hcnrls to the Common End. Another week of good Iteclinbllo work lini passed, with many recruits. A dispo sition mtioiig the membership to work with renewed effort, causes the onward march of the order to be steady, and re ports from nil sections of the country arc of the most encouraging nature. High Secretary Mahoney's smile continues, Ornnd Secretary Salkcld remains happy, ami Senior Commander Qtinckcnbusli of thc.Tunior ltcchablto Legion continues enthusiastic. Columbia Tent, No. 1, held nn interest lug meeting last week. Visitors were present from George C. Thompson Tent, No. 3, and Washington Tent, No. T. In (cresting remarks were made to the tent by Oram! Secretary Salkeld of Thompson and Chief Ituler Hickoy of Washington Tents. Other remarks were made by l'ciording Secretary John J. .lett and JJeptitv Ituler Pollock of Columbia. FianK K. VcYot, High Chief liuhr. High Chief Ituler F. E. DeYoe or AVaterloo, N. Y.. was born and reared in this appropriately-named town for head quarters ot a cold-water army, December lt, 1818, and Is therefore in years of age. His first temperance work was with the J. 0. G. T. in lfeGC. In 1871 he with others organized a division of the Sons of Tem perance. His first work for the Itechabitc order was in 1873, when he assisted in organizing a tent of Hechabltes which did good work for fallen men for many years but finally disbanded, but he like manv others who liavo seen communities benefited so often by the influences a tent has did not remain satisllcd until the order was again established in his town; so In 18SS ho with a few other faithful members spread their charter on the walls of thcirtcnt room, where It remains lo this dor. High Chief Ituler DcYoc lias alttnded ilio Grand Tent sessions in New York every year for the past six years, not missing but one of the twelve sessions thai have been held. In 1887 ho was elected grand deputy ruler of tho State, and at the session held in the follow ing year ho was elected to the highest oflice in tho gift of tho members of New York State Grand Chief Iluler. He was a delegate to the High Tent from New York Grand Tent in 1889, that met in llallston Spa, New York. He was there placed at the head of tho order in North America, and, at the High Tent tession in Hagcrstowu, Mil., in 1800, he was re-elected by tho largest, mo3t en thusiastic and harmonious session since the war. Brother DcYoc-, since assuming his high position, has had many knotty questions to solve, and, ncting on tho golden rule, has managed to retain the respect and esteem of the entire member ship In lendcring his edicts. He is honest and straightforward in all his olllcialacts, and, when once convinced that a certain action is needed, ho is not alow to do it, and ye scribe believes the entire member hhip of the order could not swerve him frcm his duty as he saw It. The loss of his wife last j ear, tho destruction of his home by fire this year and serious finan cial troubles has deterred him from doing much more than lie has done, but the membership in Washington arc thankful that the order has again been firmly es tablished by him, and will sing his praises evermore. Hudson Tent, No. 17, is probably gain ing faster In membership than any of the tents in the District. At their meeting Monday night forty-three members were present. They aro being uniformed rap idly and will bo ready for parade May 30. Mr. S. A. Cox and others addressed the tent last week. Hebcr Tent, No. 10, had a very pleasant meeting Monday evening. Mr. G. W. Lucas was added to the tent. IJrothcr C. It. Cameron took tho chair under good of the order, llrother K. Clementson en tertained tho tent with a reading entitled "Mother's Gold ltlng." Remarks were mado by Messix. 1!. W. Johnson, S. A. Cox, C. 11. Cameron, George K. Smith, I'eter O'Donnohue, David Upperman, It. Emmet Smith, W. II. Marriott and A. AVise of George C. Thompson Tent, No. 3. Fast Grand Secretary Edmund Burke presented Union Tent, No. 10, with a line silk flag Wednesday evening. Tho Chief Ituler. J. I. Hunch, accepted the same in a few appropriate remarks. Union Tent, No. S7, initiated Mr. .T. Adams Wednesday evening. Mr. J. 11. Krcinh acted as chairman under good of tho order. Short talks were had from Brothers S. A. Cox of Hebcr, A. A. AVin Held, Thompson of Hcber, W. II. I.e Strange of Gcorgo 0. Thompson, and others. Mr. AV. II.Medford drilled fifteen mem bers of Capitol Tent, No, 10, Thursday evening, Georgo C. Thompson Tent, No. 3, had a fraternal visit from Hudson and Hcber tents Thursday evening. First came Hcber, headed by 1'ast High Secretary Smith, with about twenty members, fol lowed by Hudson, headed by Past Grand Chief Ituler K. AV. Johnson, with thirty threo members. Clabaiigh Hall was crowded. Mr. James Nolan was admitted to membership. Mr. Job Harris was called to tho chair under good and wel fare, ho being non-committal in tho pro ceedings, being from Cnmmack, No. Ml. He expressed gratification at being called on, and asked tho chief ruler of Thomp son Tent for a speech, who responded In a short talk, thanking tho visitors for their visit. Mr. S. A. Cox mado one of his rousing addresses. Other speeches were mado by W. M, Hall, grand visitor and lecturer; Past High Secretary Smith, ,i. h. ii. nartsocK oi uamniacKTcnt, no. .Mi, It. A. licaslcy of Union Tent, No, 87; I!. AV. Johnson, AV. 11. I.o Strange, Biother Clark, and songs by the Atchison brothers. In the meantime Ico cream and enko were served to all present by a com mittee consisting of C. II. Atchison, W. H Cocker, It. W. Wise and W. H. Salkeld. Oihcrtt asfcistrd. Tho meeting adjourned mid tho brothers went on tholr way re joicing. Canimack Tent, No. Ml, held u pleasant inciting Tuesday evening with J. A. Paddy in the chair. Tho good of tho order was inite inlerofctlng, remarks being made by HighHtirctaiy Mahonoy, Grand Secretary Salkell, Job Harris, W. II. Mobloy, Brother Dodge. J. A. Paddy, and others. Jeremiah Comniundery, No. 1. Knights i if Itccluil), Hint Saturday evening with hir Knight Uurko in tho chair. After transacting much biminoatt nnd speeches had been made by nearly all prosunt the Comniandory adjourned. They decided t visit Washington Tent, No. 7, oa the J rd Inst. Covenant Tent, No. 1, had a good meet ing Thitrfcdav night. Miss Anna Fletcher mnl MltrH Nellio Moouoy wore Initiated. 'J he following good of tho ordor pro gramme tvus rendered. Solo by Miss Susie Mobley, recitation, Elbert Hebard; Re marks by Sisters Josephine Mobley, Marlon Mahonoy nnd Emma Hebard. Msters Emily Mnhoney nnd Huslo Mobley have promised a duct for next meeting. High Secretary Mahoney has received the charter feo of Pioneer Tent, No. 0, and they report that they arc getting to work in good shape. Keystone Tent, No. 10, have additions to their list nearly every day nnd expect several Initiations to-night. Brother M. K. Bell ofScotts, Mich., Is principal of a public school at that place. lie will soon take n four months' vacation which he will devote to work for the order. The grand entertainment that was given May, 1, (, and 0, by I'escuo Tent, No. 0, wns n grand success, nnd netted them n lnrgp round sum of money. The follow ing programme was rendered: Grand Overture By Kntl re Company. Song nnd dance Gllmorc and Patton, "Moses and his Chum on a Pic-itlc" .... Carroll, Moore and others. Song nnd dance. ..il'rofcssor Charles Dav enport of South Carolina. Petonnd Jake Carroll and Moore. Double clog Gilmorc and Patton. "Moses anil his Cliiun on a Tramp"... Carroll and Mooro. Song and dance Professor IMvcniKirt. Uncle Jeff's return .....Entire Company. Many amateurs nsslsted the Company and did fnlrly well. Mr. J. AV. Moore wns equal to any negro minstrel ever seen ami Messrs. II. I:. Carrollaud John Childress were very good In their parts and deserve special praise. Now tor their library scheme. Deputy High Chief Ituler Herring is delighted nt the strides his Tent Is mak ing aud;prcdicts a bright future for the Tent. Rev. Mr. George H. Paskill has been appointed deputy high chief ruler for South Philadelphia. Grand Deputy Ruler J, C. Eller has been conllncd to his home on account of the severe sickness of his wife. The brothers of the several tents miss him nnd hope for her speedy recovery. Brother BInhoncy, high secretary, vis ited Mount A'crnon Tent in Alexaudda Saturday night. About thirty were pres ent. The tent is advancing nicely and the high secretary was pleased with his visit. Past High Chief Ruler Steers has been staving home very much of late. He will go around more now. Guess why. It's n girl. Past High Secretary R. E. Smith was taken ill Saturday. His speedy recovery is hoped for. Commander (Juackciibiish visited Cam mock Tent, No. 12, Friday cveninjr and found over fifty present. Charles Roads was initiated. Returns were received from their recent entertainment, which showed that the samu was very successful. Sup plies and equipments will be purchased as quickly as possible for Company B. The election of Miss I.ula Mobley as "Daughter of the Regiment" by tho Junior Rechabitc Legion was an honor well deserved, for she is always ready to recite and help at entertainments. George C. Thompson Tent, No. 3, will pay Columbia Tent, No. 1, a visit this evening at their tent-room, Fourth nnd East Capitol streets. The new tent (primary) to be established in South AVashingtou will hold a final preliminary meeting at 3 o'clock next Sunday afternoon. Messrs. Med ford and King are enthusiastic and tho tent will start with a good charter list. Hudson Tent, No. 17, and delegations from Union, No. 87, George C.Thompson, No. 3, Capitol, No. 10, nnd Columbia. No. 1, attended Gorsuch Chapel InSouthAVash ington yesterday afternoon. Tho pastor, J, 11. M. Lemon, delivered oneof the most forcible Rechabitc addresses over listened to, reciting much scriptural hitoiy ns to the Rcchabitcsof old, by which he was enabled to impress upon his hearers the virtues of simplicity and total abstinence. His reference to the faithfulness of tho Rechabitcs in the tcmplo when they were offered wine, give the members present food for thought, especially tho degree members. Among those present were Past High Chief Rulers AV. R. Hunt, C. AV. Steers and Past Grand Secretary EJ mund Burke. Mrs. 11. B. Moulton also made nu interesting talk. The two members gained by Covenant Tent, No. 1, last week wcro the result of tne union isccnauito mccung in soiiin Washington under Union Tent, No. 87. Chief Ruler Hickey of Washington, No. 7, says their tent must succeed. The brother's talk has the right ring. The fourth of tho scries of Union Rech abitc public meetings was held in tho Gay-street Baptist Church last night un der tho immediate charge of HeberTent, No. 10, and Hudson Tent, No. 17. Dele gations from Anacostia Tent, No. 138; Naomi Tent, No. 3; Columbia Tent, No. 1; Camniack Tent, No. -12; Camtuack Tent, No. 50; Union Tent, No. 87; George C. Thompson Tent. No. 3; Grand Tent of tho District, Jcicmiah Commandery, No. 1, Knights of Rechab; Capitol Tent, No. 10; HeberTent, No. 10, and Hudson Tent, No. 17, assembled at "Our Hall," corner Thirty-first and N streets. After donning their badges and uniforms they paraded the streets to the church, where enough front scats had been reserved for their ac commodation, Rev. AV. S. 0. Thomas, the pastor of tho church, was tho first speaker, and took for his talk the Bible pnrase in .leremian mat speaks ot tne 1 tccliabites, and which says uou shall not want for a Rechabitc tostand before Him forever. Mr. Thomas' discourse was one revelation of the misery, want and woo caused by strong drink, and ho recited many instances that has como under his personal observation dur ing his pastoral career that brought tears to the eyes of the audience. He ridiculed public opinion of men who fought the monster evil, and recited the names of Burns, Cronmell and others who had been counted cranks in their time, but who now had monuments to their memory. He paid a glowing tribute tothe woik nmong the boys. Brothers. A. Cox of Heber Tent was the next speaker. Ho related tho amount of good work done by Heber Tent, No. 19. and praised the men who had stood by It for nearly a quarter of a century and urged the mothers present to encourage their boys to join Hudson Tent, No. 17, which would culminate In many of them grow ing up temperauce men. The attendance of ltcchnbllcs was tho largestof any meet so far. Now for Columbia next Sunday nleht nt Waugh M. E. Church, corner Third and H streets northeast. Anacostia Tent, No. 13S, added one to their membership Tuesday evening. Re marks were mado by Messrs. J. T. Harri bon, B. Milstcad, J. T. Loveless, J. II. God dard, George F, Pyles, S. R. Mundell, G. AV. Shoemaker and B. Bryan. The tent has decided to tender a social entertain ment to those who assisted them in their recent entertainment in Masonic Hall. Anacostia Tent, No. 10, had an interest ing meeting Monday evening. Addresses wcro mado by Messrs. J. T. Miles. L. Grif fith, O. W. Shoemaker, J. T. Harrison and others. They have tickets out for a lawn party on the 27th inst., which prom iicsto bon success. Hudson, No. 17. Hcber, No. 19, Naomi, No. 3, Anacostia, No, 10, and Columbia, No. 1, meet to-night. KDITORIAT. C03IMKXT. General Alger may or may not be a candidate for tho Presidency. If he were avowedly In tho Held his friends have cut his boom looee too eorly in tho season. Omaha lite. Quay's lato cadldate for Governor of Pennsylvania, Delnmatcr, is likely to go to prison for crooked bank transactions. (Juay bus n tough time of it between tithing nnd "suwing wood." Dayton Timet, There is n vein of sadness ruiiiiln" through tho lust dispatch of Marquis (11 Rudini. It has tho tone of one who imagines that ho is expressing tho unself ish sorrow of n lofty mind over the hlindncfes and perversity of u people low In the tcalo of civilization, Louisville Com icr-Journal. In the Florida Senatorial light, Senator Call's followers aro known as the "wool hat boys," and those advocating tho elec tion of Millionaire Chlploy, as tho "silk hat corporation agents." Tho funnv part of tho fight is that tho Farmers' Al liance Is in tho silk-hat brigade, Chtcayo Inter-Ocean. The United States Government would be entirely justllicd In recalling Minister Porter from Italy until tho Italian Minis ter lettirns to his post at Washington. In view of Italy's manlfost effort to bully this Government Into hasty action, it hardly sccuia dignlllod for our Minister to be continued nt Romo so long after tho Italian Minister has been recalled from Washington. iii'di wood's Journal, llenr In Mlnil tho frock and sack suits lit sorgo, chev iot nnd cassiiiUTO materials wo advertise (10, $12.50, 113.50 and 113. Kisemail J)ros., beventli and 10, INUIVIDt'Ar. MIINllON. Jotlah Royco of Harvard, Mass , is re lented lo havq accepted the professorship of philosophy at the Lcland Stanford, jr., University In California. Mr. T. V., Tarsnoy, ex-Congressman from tho Eighth Michigan dlttrict, lias been taken to a retreat by his friends. His passion for liquor has gained complete mastery over liltu. Miss AVInnlo Davis will unveil thoJefTer sou Davis Monument erected by tho Ladles' Confederate Monument Associa tion of Mississippi on Juno 3. M. Houvler. tho French minister of finance, Is still a young man, who has already made n reputation for extraordi nary ability as a statesman anil financier. Ho is regarded ns one of tho coming men m France. Tho Rev. Dr. Phillips Brooks, who was elected Bishop of Massachusetts by the recent Diocesan Convention at Boston, has addressed a letter to tho secretary of tho convention, the Roy. Dr. AV. II. Brooks, accepting thoclection. providing thestand lug committees and the House of Bishops approve of tho amo. The sleep-fasting contest in San Fran cisco, begun but a week ago with twenty entries, has come to nn end, W. C. AVooil ford, the only remaining contestant, hay ing been forced by the management to re tire Thursday morning. Ho had not slept in 15S hours nnd 15 minutes. There was great danger of his becoming n maniac, but ho may regain Jils reason. He broke the Detroit record ot lit hours and 20 minutes and will get only $100 as his share of tho receipts. A St. Petersburg lady of fashion has" in vented an improvement In her turnout which, the local papers eav, is likely to become iwpnlnr with all tho ladies of 'her rank. She has n mirror fastened to tho girdle of bet- driver when she takes a drive. Tills enables her not only to see whether her headgear and dress are in per fect order, but even to notice the carriages and the people who aro coming up behind her vehicle. Michael Davltt and wife sail from Liver pool for Quebec on the 1 1th instant on their journey to California. Mr. I)antt will stop at Winnipeg to inspect the crofter colony in that vicinity. Ho goes thence to Idaho and later to San Francisco. Alice AVodwnrd of Blielton, Conn., the 13-year-old girl who hiccoughed for nearly fivo weeks last winter, nnd who lay almost at tho point of deatli when relief was ob tained, is slowly but surely recovering. Senator Gcorgo of Mississippi is de scribed as n big, hearty, careless man, whoso style of dress suggests tho farmer rather than the statesman. Judge Stephen, who recently resigned from tho High Court of Justice on ac count of alleged mentnl incapacity, will get sponsion of 3,500. Last Sunday, by order of Bishop Mc Qtiaid of Rochester, a pastoral condemn ing the Catholic Union and Times of Buf falo,1 a weekly edited by the Revi Patrick Croniu, oneof the best-known priests in tho United States, was read in every church in the Rochester diocese. Lord Rothschild, Sir Julian Goldsmid and Samuel Montagu form the English committee to concert with Baron Hlrsch and other Continental Jews means to assist tho Russian Jews. No definite scheme of emigration has been arranged. Those awful, awful newspaper men in San Francisco say that Sarah Bernhardt took with her on sailing for Australia ilghty-one cases of champagne, brandy and other various beverages. President Jordan of thoLeland Stanford University has returned to Indiana, after a preliminary visit to California. Ho says that he has been asked to conduct a maga zine in connection with the university nnd believes tho enterprise will be carried through. It is intended to make the magazine one of n high literary order, "Secretary Tracy told me in AVashing tou," said ex-Senator AVarner Miller, "that the Rata dilliculty had demon strated the military necessity or the Nicaragua Canal to this country. 'We must,' tho Secretary said, 'cither maintain two navies one in the Atlantic and one in tho Pacific or else wo must build the Nicaragua Canal. To maintain two navies would be much more expensive than to build the canal.' " oyuk thu nuts and wink. The Latest Obltitnry Novelty. 'ihree of my little one, With their pattering foot, XVI, I. .l.n .....!. -to nf ..,., 1, .,11 ,111 1HI.JIM,. ,Q l, UIM Tread the golden Mrcct. Philadelphia f.t(tuer. He Life ulth me has been a failure, bhe Vnu inu-t hae had and wasted some niiportunltlcH. lie Nu; I lime ppent half my lite raining ulili-kci-ii totonccnl my joutli, and the other hnlf iljclm; them to conceal my nzc.Jlunst'ft A niicMlon n-keil ilnrliiL' the examination of n wlintsx In n contented will cuko In Ulster Surrogate's Court icccutly was: "Wan thl lonvertntlon on thoriilijcctn of Ills money and family t-.ttesi'lvcly excessive!" The witness answered: "Ten ni fifteen times a diy." Kingiton Frttmau, "JHpali,'' she said softly as he w about to cne, "No," lie i-ald firmly. "I'm not afraid; I shall see lilm." A'tw Yoik llaald. Undertaker Jlorrla (nnent-mlnlcttly. as lie helps his nrwly-wed daughter off to tho sta tion) Dilve slow, James, unit straight to Greenwood Cemetery. ruck: A speaker addressing tho teachers' institute at Jtocbnrg dilated upon the "eternal niluil" meaning the, human lnhul. r.tciual means crci lasting. Indestructible. Theio are inanyed dences that the human mind Is a perishable nrticlo and that It Is found In a more or less dec ajed state even m sonic educator. Salem (Oitgon) CapitaJournal. An expectant bride at Kcjsport. N. J., was Just about lo take her carriage for the church jestcrday uhcu sbo received a note from tho Kioom asking tor a postponement of the cere mony as his ueddinx suit was such a iiilsUI ho could not make a creditable appearance. The bride's friends sito Inclined lo regard the match as a mlsllt, A. Sioux City Evangelist, who uas formeily a lawjcr. sajs: "There Is no use lu talking; a man cmrt no uonesi aim uc u lawyer, i Know thitt tnboeo. A lawjcr goea In to vlnhlscvc, and It he can't do It by fair menus ho will by foul." There are tovcral uell-knonn lawyers vtlio were formerly clergymen, ll-irothey any reply to uinko to this? Chicago Tribune, "I hope, Jennie, that ) on haro given the mat ter serious consideration," said a lady to a ser nnt Rlrl who had "gU en notice" becauso she was to be innrilcd that "day tno weeks." "Oh, 1 have.ma'ain," was the earnest reply. "I hae been to two fortune tellers and a clair voyant, ami looked In a sign book, mid dreamed on a lock othls hair, aud been to una ot theio asterologers and to a mcejiim ami they nil say to go nhcad, ma'am. I ain't ono to marry reck- icssiikc, nm am. uaipertr jjaiar. A palo person npplled for admittance to a public hospital, "it will be necessary," said the resident physician, 'Tor yon to miderjro a medical examination," When the examluation had been made the resident physician said: "I am cry sorry, sir, but you aro by no means a (mind Able-bodied man Voti are, In Met, so 111 thai j on ato likely to die any day. Wo can- not) t admit yon." Ann francltco Examiner. Women arc said to ho very easy sub jects for hypnotism, especially those past 10 years of ago. Little women with black eyes, abundant black hair and thick oyc brows aro more favorable subjects than palo or lymphatic ones, and nervous women are seldom brought tindor the hypnotic influence Delicate, languishing women, especially those with somo chrome malady, submit Instantly to the mysterious influences of this weird art, i m For Malaria, Liver Trou ble, or Indigestion, use BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Coii&msional Hotel anil Cafe. This HOTEL AND CAPE Is situated ad joining the Capitol, on tho most elevated point In Washington. I'rom Its balconies n beauti ful Tiew can be hid of tho entire City of Wash ington, Arlington Heights. Potomac Itlver and the Capitol grounds. Quests accommodated with dollghtful, airy and well-vcntlluted rooms nt specl.il rates. HENRY BROCK, ritorniKToit, Formerly of New York and New Jersey, Horse cars from all the wllroAd depots pita in front ot this hotel. t3 Vpl NOTIFY tho Company, cither by tele, phono (No. 41) or by totter to tho near Lincoln llall. Being mado from pnro iprtng water distilled In tho process of malclun; nnd ithcn altered liy tho very best methods lof nitration, this tco l especially ilciilr nblo for drinking and other ramlly uses, Tho aim of tho mnungemont has been to Bccuro to tho city of Washington n noeded product of purity nnd healthful hobs, and It wilt hq tholr further aim to Becure prompt servlco nnd courtoou mfmr rL. 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This Is the only eastern section In the United Btatcs whero It Is possible to raise semi-tropical Iruit, and where eirly 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 and Transportation Com pany, and bears a flno growth ot timber, trom which largo Bums may be realized. Tho section along the Indian Itlver nnd Lako Worth Is well settled, nnd tho land Is the most valua ble In the State, the east coast being tapped by four railways, and tho rlrcrs along the coas being navleatcd by Btcaraboats. Improved transportation facilities and de lightful climate (being so near tho ocean tho air Is much more bracing than further Inland) make this an excellent opportunity for actual settlers. i'rlccs of landrango from $2peracronpward. We shall bo pleased to send maps, township plans and lull Information to all who aro Inter ested. FLOKIDA COAST LINE CANAL AND TJlANSPOItTATION CO., ST. AUHUSTINK, l'LOUIDA. JOHN W. DENNY, President. DYEING, DRY CLEANING, SCOURING. ANTON FISCHER &S0H, 906 G Street N. W. Grand, Upright and Squaro PIANO -FORTES. BpccUl Attention of Purchasers Is in vited to Our "NEW AKTIBTIO STYLES," Finished In Designs ot "HiaUKST DBCOlt ATIVB AKT. PIANOS FOR RENT, Second-Hand 1'lanos at All I'rlces. Wm. Knabe & Co., 817 Markot Space, Wjffm mm. $r&u&3 4 - A Mtl COndarf on t IK pitrt rvf l I Amplnr ajul ttioi)ciivrrrlriHem(H'I.I.WKMUrr!, Kniluro to nf-uro ium kitk tfemM d promptly tvportiwl The pnblt nroporJIHilr ttit-I tovtatt Ilio worKS ni unrrnui unit is tin Northeast (tketlmtUriln'r nnd th pro Inspect lhemMti6if m iitciurp, noil ior uumifiT" srt w nrranged nnd brat rnlppwl rttni runni in mo worm insinf, ho licit modern mar4tlHr nncei for llio making ot r ll9. fullest examination by nil luttrttted ft earnestly invucu. Orncc, 410 Ninth Strict N. W ryssoLtTiufl sale NOW (JOlNlfoS AT TUB HEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE Continue Dally till Jan 1. Owing lo tho change uhirk will ewr vtt firm nn June 11, we urc rompeltol t MCtlflM our large stock ot tlolhlne. Tt IftrHrtttr shows 1GS,uuq worth ot lcn'i, Uj' 4 Children's HKIIICLASB CLOTHtXIl Of our own make. At wn mail pay the re tiring partners largo mm in oath, w ht e concluded to offer our entire nk (Itn win only) nt one-halt lbs cost of prodttettaa. Hear In mind this I not (catch nrmir rtt no tion sale, nor a rale ot odds and owl, bit bona fide dissolution tale of the blfbmt Utade clothing, nil of this seaon't imxlttMlon, SHE THESE l'MCB''. 800 Men's Suits, all tlzei, It rednetd from MO. ra .Men's Salts, all-wool, tack or cutaway, 7 tiu; rciiurea irnm i i. 1,530 Men's Suits, In Chcrlots. Camniaf ei or Worsted, $!t.S3jreduceil from tin. 1,200 Men's Suits, In Imported Wonted, Chc lots, Diagonals, etc., strictly tallor-niads and warranted all wool, $15; reduced from tti. 1,K0 pairs Men'n Pants, 00 stiles, $1. lie duccd from $1.73. K0 pairs Men's Pants, 25 styles, V M. Ho ducen from $2.75. 1,01K) pairs Men's Pants, M styles, HA0. War ranted nil wool. Deduced from $1.71. 3.000 elegant Men's Pants nt $V", ft.Sn.V-ti and tn (Including the finest Imported material In checks, plaids, nnd stripes). OM Hoys' Suits, long pants, ages It to 18 yenrs, $1.50. Deduced from $3.50, 1,014 Hoys' Suits (all wool), lone pints, ages 11 to IS years, $1.50. Itcdnccd from $4. Si'i Men's Suits, best Imported Clay Diag onals, Whipcords, l'lnchccks and Corkscrew, silk lined and equal to finest cuatont made, $18; reduced from $33. Attention, a. A. It. MO All-wool Herniation Suits, warranted fast color, $7.50; reduced from $1Q,50. A full line of Trlnco Albert Suits, Diagonals, Cheviots nnd Fancy Worsteds, elegantly made, at $13, $15 nnd $20 per suit; reduced from $, 28$ and $35. 0 Boys' Suits (all wool). Ions pants, age! 11 tol8years,$0. Itcdnccd from $11. - A full line ot nobby Dress Suits for boys In the finest grades ot worsted, casslmerc and cholot. 1,500 Child's Suits, ages 1 to 12, $1. Itcdnccd Irom $2. I,2d0 Child's Suits, nges 1 to 12, $1.50. He duced from $2.73. (130 Child's Suits (nil wool), ages t to 1 1, $2.50. Deduced from $4.75. Highest grades In Child's Suits reduced to one-halt former price. 1,00(1 pairs Knee Pants, ages 1 to 12, 23 cents. Deduced from CO cents. 1,250 pairs All-uool Knee Pants, ages to 12, 35 cents. Deduced from 75 cents. This (llRantlc Sacrifice ot Values will con tinue dally until Juno 1. NEW YOllK CLOTHING HOUSE. 311 Seventh St. N. V. Make no mistake, lie sure yon get the rljht number. WHITE BUILDINO. STUICTLY ONE 1'ItICE. Co-ODcraliye Lana anft Trust Company. The SOUTIIEUN INVESTMENT COM 1'ANY now offer for ealo lands which form a natural park fronting on the new Electric ltoad, now built from Tcnallytown to Glen Echo Heights, which lauds nre capitalized at 2X cents per squaro foot, and etocl: issued nt 1 223 per share. Each share ot stock entitles the holder thereof to one undivided lot In said park containing one-fifth ot an acre, or 8,712 squaro feet, less the amount required for steccts. Ttcso lots, or the proceeds thereof, w HI bo allotted to the shareholders at tho ex piration ot twenty-one months trom dato ot fliet payment by tho SOUTIIEUN INVEST J1ENT COMPANY in such a manner ns may bo agreed upon by a majority ot shares In said Co-operative Company. Subscriptions to stock In said company shall be paid as follows: Each stockholder, for each share held, shal pay the sum ot 510 thereon on or before tho FII1ST WEDNESDAY ot EACH MONTH to tho Secretary ot the SOUTIIEUN INVEST MENT COMPANY or such person or persons ns the SOUTIIEUN INVESTMENT COM PANY' shall authorize to receive the same. Any stockholder, at the expiration ot six (0) months from date ot first payment, may with draw from tho company by giving thirty days' notice m writing to tho Secretary ot tho SOUTIIEUN INVESTMENT COMPANY, and at the expiration ot that time shall be entitled to the repayment, in the order ot tho dato In which he i r ebo filed bis or her notice, trom the first moneys received Into the company, ot nil m ms paid on said stock, with four (1) per centum Interest per annum thereon; but tho right ot withdrawal shall not extend beyond six (fi) months from the dato ot first payment. Any stockholder mny nt any tlmo pay the balance due upon his or her share or shares ot stock, nnd thereupon tho SOUTIIEUN IN- VESTMENT COMPANY will Issue to such person or persons paid-up stock which shall entitle such pcreon or persons to one undivided lot (per cachBharo ot stock In said (Jlcn Coto Park) containing one-fltth ot nn acre, as betoro stated, and which shall be allotted as herein before provided. Each shareholder who shall elect to pay tho full amount ot his. stock prior to maturity, or who shall continue to pay tho monthly Instalments ot $10 per month promptly, until twenty-one (31) Instalments have been paid In, will bo entitled to tour (4) per cent, luterest per nnuum on the par value ot tho stock as it rebate, which will mako the stock cost actually only $210 per snaro. No lictter or safer Investment could bo ot fcicdthan this, as there Is so possible chauco to lose, and being organized on tho savings bank principle, purchasers recelvo on their money an Interest amounting to tho rato ot more than eight (8) per cent, per annum, be sides the prospective and undoubted lucreaao the value ot their purchase. SOUTHERN INVESTMENT COMPANY, Rooms 30-31 Corcoran Building, WASHINGTON, D. O. GLEN GOVE PARK M COVE PARK GkA-S STOVES For Heating Bath Rooms, Bed Rooms, Halls, Libraries, &c. ALbl 8TOVK3T011 HATTERS, TAILORS, CONFECTIONERS, Washington Gaslight Company. 411413 Tonth S A- CHANCE OB1 .A. LIFETIME. Spring - Woiglit ttvur, FOR MEN OF KVEUY SIZE, BIIOItT, TALL, FAT Oil LEAN, IN THE ltAfJINO COLOIIS, TAN, QUAY AND MODE. lOO DozexL Comprise the Assortment ad 50 TDozeio. Displayed In Oar F Street Window. 89c. Is the PJtICE, nnd It surely lt,M wc claim, ONLY CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. the They wcro manufactured hyoncol tho larg est woolen concerns In the country that make nothing but Standard Woolen Undent ear. Every piece you buy joti tare file, tho actual value Is $1,N). You understand this Sacrifice. Wc arc go ing to vacate aud the goods must bo told. Twolfta and F StrootsN. W KAUFMAN & SICKLE IRRESPECTIVE ot PRICE, the UEST and MOST COMPLETE WIHTINU MACHINE MADE. $o. Awarded a medal by American Institute, New York, FOR SUPERIORITY. Descriptive pamphlet mailed on application. George R. Seiffert, IGIO F STREET N.W., WASHINGTON. I). O. 3vn. :h seiltz IMPORTING TAILOR 1333 F STREET NORTHWEST. Sprlngaud Summer Importation now open. This Is the finest line ot Imported (loods ever seen lu Wnshlngtou, 1IOTKT.S AND IlKSTAUUANTM. N- EW YORK BUFFET, 05 TENTH STREET N. W licet and Purest T.lnnors in the City, ported Cigars. JAMES H. COSTELLO. Proprietor. rrWB EI3UITT, WASHINGTON, D, O. Army and Navy Headquarters. Four Iron Flro Escapes, TEHM3-J3 and Jt Per Day, Im w ILLARD'S HOTEL, WASHINGTON, U, V., O. G, STAPLES, Late ot Thousand Isl. House, Proprietor. 8 T. JAMES' HOTEL, EUROPEAN PLAN, Sixth street aud Pennsylvania avenue, L. WOODUUltY, Proprietor. The Combination, National Typewriter TINNERSj &c, &c. treat North wast, itAir.noADS. OHE3APEAKB AND .ii.7.-S3S OHIO RAILWAY, Bchedulo In effect April 1, 1891. Trains leave tnlon Depot, Sixth and B streets, 10.57 , m. for Newport News, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk dally. Arrive at Old Point at ISO p. in. and Norfolk at 0.53 p. m. S.UOp. m -Cincinnati Express dally for sta tions in Mrglnla. West Virginia, Kentucky and Cincinnati. Vestibule blecpers and en tire train ran through wltbont change to Cin cinnati, arriving al 7.50 a.m. 11.10 p. m.-F.F. V. Vtttlbnlo Limited, dally. Solid trains, with dining cars, run through without chance to Cincinnati. Vestibule Sleeper tor Lexington, Loulsvlllo and through tire per to lllrbmond. Vs. Pullman Cars ore opm to receive passengers atvp. m. Orflce, 613 Pennsylvania avenue. II. W. FULLER, Ucn. Pass. Agent. XOB7- 1891. EDWARD F. DROOP 925 Pa. Ave. N. W., CALLS ATTENTION TO HIS LAKCJE STOCK OF STEIN WAY, AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS IF I-A-UsT O S- THE WONDERFUL b'ELF-PLAYINQ yEOLlAIM ORGAN Story & Clarke, Clough & Warren, Neeilliam Cabinet Organs. Sold onInslaHuicnts Excliangcd Rented, Reoairetl Tunefl, HoyciI, Stored. Violin, Banjo and Gnilar Strings a Specialty, BUEET MUSIC AND MERCHANDISE. GENERAL AGENTS FOR NORTH HERMAN LLOYD, HAHUUHU, AMERICAN AND ROYAL NETHER- LAND STEAMSHIP COMPANIES. AT THE OLD STAND, 925 Pennsylvania Ave., WASHINGTON, D.O. USB OEREB, BTEBMNU. MINNEOLA, OOLDBN HILIi FLOTJB And you will nlwuyu liavo booutlful Uroaa, Rolls and Uluoulto. Wbolosaln Dopot, Cornor Pint titreot and ludluun Avunuo, "WM. M. QALT Ss OO. THE KVANS DEN- I VI, PARLOR, 1517 Pa. are. n. w. Tciu extract positively UImwi pain or diaor by our palslM ;(- a baiml t tabla vanor. In u by ni only. Ha effects tie pleuattaad IraM tent. Artificial treiti. crown and brfcagc work nt rcasouablo prices. MKDIC.M- CKI.lMUr'i Hull. niu4 Strut. EHNYROYAL PILLS (IrlaU.I mmt Only Uwl.. Bin Jw.,. ,-II.M. t.fti.tt Ml Dimii.l kr . im a tu.t M !!,. Mtll wnkUM rlfafcM T.I.' .l raJ l 114 uj t.U "- n.athrr. -- .- . - - .-.....- IImIL IO.OOUI .uwum wVr. lbflcrC,.lCJN.UMl,,ttftM1Ukr4l, Duuuu. , l'illL i-2 i ciMf rre rail ton if n m a Mitt ino iu ttit csruiB etM Dl ItiLeUKU.. u,.u. iauiiAiiii,i wj TT Ut sold Wt.Ott tnanjr fut. m n (! tn bd ot 4U Uctl V,., IllllllkllU,!, t Llci. Iii . 81.00. l4iCniUli $io ttir fcj5 (csjp shfSL SjwSj x-tX m v3 L Vw O ' -rc.i ItllttULiMU LHsaaVusfl ar C1"11 m to a dati.I aaSBK)htf.oU Ml IAU IH MlMftUUlU. jH urit.iVfiu v H trial Ciiatktl t. K OuuUmt&MMf JUt(IADa. B AL11MORR & OHIO RAILROAD. (Schedule lit effect May 10, 1801. Leave Washington from station corner ot Nor Jersey nvrmin and O street. FonCiticxrioand Northwest, Vestlbnled Llnl. Itcd express trains ll.SOn. m., 8.10 p. m. dally. Fon Cincinnati, Ht Louis and Indianapolis, VcMlhtilcd Limited 3:.T0, express 11.00 p. in. dallv. Fon PiTTsnpnu nnd Cleveland, express dally ti:no a. m. nirl t) I.") p. in. Fon I.kximiton nnd points In the Shtnadoah Vnllcy, tlO.IOa. in. Fon WfNciirsTim and Way stations t3.30 p. ni. Fon Lviiav, 8,43 p. m. Fon 1IM.T1MOKE, week days, 4.03, B 00, (1.53, 7.r, 7.30, (8.00 tJ'Illlutltcs), 8.31), 11.30, (10.00, 43 min utes) 11 f", a. 111., 13.10, 3.0.,, 3.-15 (3.15, 4S-llln-iltcsi, 3.23, 4.SS, 4.31,4.53(3.10, 4fl-mlnutes), B.S0,B.S3, 0.W), 0.13, 7.30, 8.30,0.00, 10.00,11.30 atlct 11.35 p. in. Hundayn, 4.03,7.30 8 0(1, 43-mln-litcs), 8,30, 0.30 (10 00,43-mlnutes),ll.53 n, m., 1.00. 2.03. 2.43, 3 '23, 4.31, 4.53 (5.10, 43-inln-UtCI0.20, 0.23, 7.30. 8.30. 11.00, 11.30, 11.33, p. m. Fon Annai-olis, 7.TO nnd 8.30 a. m 12,10 and 4.23 li. in. Humhiva. H.HO a. in.. .1 Ml n. m. lOH C HEDEI1ICK, Tll.uU O, 1 ----. - --- ------;. r .'--i"7 '. : . . in., SUB, T3.3Q, tl.30 p.m. FonllAoitn8TOWK.tl0.40a, m, and 3.30 p. m. ROYAL ULUK LINE FOR NEW YORK. AND PHILADELPHIA. Fon Piin.Aiir.Li'iiiA, New York, Uoston and the East, dally, 4.119 8.00, (10.00, Dining Car), 11.53 n. m., 2,45 (3.10 Dlnlns Cnr).8:30, (11.30 p. nt. Sleeping Car, open at 10.00 o'clock.) lluflet Parlor Cars on nil day trains. Fon Uohton, 2.45 p. in., with Piillmin Iltirrct Sleeping Car" running thronsh to iloston without change, via PoiiRhkeepsIe Hrldge, landing passengers in U. All. station at Uoston. Foil Atlantic Citt. 4.03. 10.00 and 11.53 a. m. Sundays, 4.03 and 11.55 n. m For time ot suburban trains sco time tablet to bo had ot all ticket nccuts, tExccpt Sunday. Dally. SSunday only. Dagengc called for mid checked trom hotels and residences by Union Transfer Company on orders left ut ticket ofllces, 010 and 1351 Penn sylvania nrennc, and at Depot. J. T. OHELL, CUAS. O. SCULL, Oen. Mnnagcrv Gen. Pass. Agt RICHMOND AN TtANVILLE RAILROAD COSIPANY. SciiEntii.E in Effect May 10, 1801, All trains leave nnd arrive at Pennsylvania passenger station, Washington, D. V, 8:30 a, in. Dally for Lynchburg. Stops nt all stations. Connects nt Cnlverton for War- rcutou; connects nt Cunrlottcsrllle daily, ex cept Sunday, for Staunton, Clifton Forgo, nmt i line auipuur opriuirfl: at Lvnchbiinr. with Norfolk and Western Rullroad for Roanoke, Salem, WytheUlle, llrlstol Kuoxville, Chatta- noojta huh me soutuw est. 11:15 n. in, Dally for Manassas, Warronton, t'ulpcper, Ornngc, Charlottes lllc. Lynchburg, Danville, Grcenboro, Raleigh, Salisbury nnil slatloni Western North Carolina Division; Charlotte mid stations South Cnrolinn Divi sion, and stations Atlanta and Charlotte Divi sion to Atlanta, where connection Is mado In Union Station for all principal points South and Southwest. Pullman UtiiTet Sleeper. New York nnd Washington to Atlanta, connecting with Pall man Sleeper Atlanta to New Orleans via Mont gomery and Mobile, nnd Pnllman Sleeper to Memphis In Ulrmlngham; unites At Danville with Pullman Sleeper lor Augusta via Colum bia, and -nt Orcciisuoro with Pullirtan Sleeper tor Knoxvlllc via Ashvllle and Hot Springs; 8:30 a. in. and 2:20 p. in. Dally except Sim day, for Strnsburg nnd Intermediate stations. The 3.28 p.m. train counects nt Hivertonlor Ltiray, n. 4:35 p. in. Dally for Charlottesville connect ing for Ilonnoku, llrlstol, Kuoxville, Chatta nooga, Memphis and Arkansas points. Pull man Sleeper Washington to Memphis. b:10 p. m. Dally, Washington and South western Vestlbnled Limited. A Magnificent Trnln of Pnllinad Vestlbnled Pnlnccsr consist ing ot Drnwlng-Room, Dining, Sleeping and Diirfct, Smoking, Library and Observation Cars ot the latest nnd most Magnificent and Lux urious Design, built expressly for this Serrlce, An extra fare It charged on this train in con nection with Flrst-Clns Tickets only. Arrives at Atlanta Si'. p. ni. following day, making Im mediate rttniirctions with fust tinlui for New Orleans In .Montgomery and for Memphis, Meridian, New Orleans and VIcksburg via Dlr nilngbnm. 11:00 p. m, Dallv, Southern ExprcBS for Ljnchburg, Danville, (Irccnsbo.-o, Raleigh, Salisbury nud stations Western North Caro lina Division, Chailottc nud stations South Carolina Division to Augusta, and Stations At lanta and Charlotte Division to Atlanta where conncctl u Is made In Union Station tor ull points South and Southwest, Through conches New York to Atlanta. Pullman UutTot Sleeper, Now York to Knox vlllc i la Lynchbuig. Danville, Salisbury and Western Norlh Carolina Division. Pullman UufTct Sleeper, Washington to New Orleans Ma Atlanta, Montgomery nud Mobile. Trains on ashlngton and Ohio dlvl lslou leave dally Washlneton ii.00 a. m. dallv. 0:23 n. ra. nnu q:io u. m., except Biinuay; re. turning arrlvo arrive i I'ashlu'-ton 8:80 a. m. and 5:43 p. in, dally II, nnd 0:53 n. m except Sunday, Ttiiougli trains from tho South via Charlotte, and Damlllc nrrhe in Washington 8:33 ;llc n. in., 10:25 a. m. aud r.M p. in., and from Liichbutg 1:1(1 p. m. nnd '.i:50 p. m.; via East Tennessee, Drlstol and Lynchburg at 10:25 a, m. btrasburg local at 10:1, a. m. Tickets, sleeping car reservation and Infor mation furnished and baggage checked nt of fice, 1300 Pennsylvania uremic, nud at passen Bcr station, Pcnnsjlvaula Railroad, Sixth and streets. JAS. L. TAYLOR, Gen. Tass. Agent. TIIE GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE To the North, West and Southwest. Double Track, Splendid Scenery. btcel Ralls. Magnificent Equipment. Is r.rrECT May 3, 1801. Trains leave Washington from station, corner of Sixth and II streets, ns follows: Fan PiTTsnunu and the West, Chicago Lim ited Express ot Pullman Vestibule Cars at 10.50 a, m. dally; Fast Line, 10.50 a. m. dally to Chicago, Columbus nnd St. Louis, with Parlor Car llarrlsburg to Pittsburg, and Sleeping Cars from Pittsburg to Indianapolis, Pittsburg to Columbus; Altoona to Chicago, bt. Louis, Chicago and Cincinnati Express, 5 3U p. m. dally. Parlor Car Washington to llarrlsburg. nnd Sleeping Cars llarrlsburg to hi. Louis, t'hlrago and Cincinnati, and Din ing far llarrlsburg to bt. Louis, Chicago and Cincinnati. Western Express, nt 7,40 p. in. dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago and St. Louis, connecting dally at llarrlsburg with through sleepers for Lonls lllu and Memphis. Pullman Dining Car Pilttburg to Richmond and Chicago, Pacific Express, 10.00 p, in. dally, for Pittsburg and the West, with through sleeper to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg to Chicago, IIALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD Fon KANr. Canaxdaioua, Rochester nnd Ni agara Palls (tally, except Sunday, 8.10 a.m. Foil Kiiik, Cananiiakiua and Rochester dally; (or HulTalo and Niagara dally, except Satnr daj. 10.00 p. m., with Sleeping Car Washing ton In Rochester. Fon, WiLMAMironT, Rochester and Niagara lall,7.IOp. in. dall, except Saturday, with bleeping tar Washington to Rochester. Fon WiLMANsroitT, Rcnovo nud Elmlra, at 10.M) n. in. dally, except biiuday. Foil it Ll am si-out, daily. 3.30 p, m. Fon riiu.AiiEi Dili, New York aud the East, Til, ti.ui nnd ll.lm a. m.; 12.15, 2.10, 3.15, 4.20, 6 in. lu.lioaiid 11.35 I), iii. On Sunday. 0.00 and 11 00 a in., 12 15, 2.10, 3.13, 4.20, 10.00 and 11.85 P m. Cars, Liinnfd express oi i-uuman i-arior , wliliDInlne Car. to New York. 0.40 a. ya ciniij rxcpi pumiay. Ton Neh Yoiik only, Limited Express with UlnluK Car, S.u) p. in. dally. FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY, Fait cxiirct 8.10 a. in. week days and 4.00 p. in. dallv. Hxprw. Sunday, only, 5.10 p. m. Fox Hoiton Ithout change, 3.13 p. in, every day I'un HnooniTN, N. Y , all through trains con- ticuat Jttwy City with lKialsot Hrooklyn Annex, atfnnllnK direct transfer to Fulton streri. auldlug donblo fcrrlago across Nev orkCHy. Fon Atlantic Citr, 11.15 p.m. weekdays, U.tt p. m. dally. Fl,HllAI.TIH0liK,r,.i, 7.20,8.10.0.00,0.10, 10.00, 10 60. II Ul and 11.5H a. in., 12.1.1, 2.10,3.15, .:, 4.UI, 4 DO. 4.WJ, 5.CU, fi.IO.ll.CO 7.10,10.00 aud II p. in. On Sunday (1.00. 0 05, 100 11 tU a. Hi.. 11U. 9.10, S.15, 3.30, 4.00,4.20, 5,00, B W.6.1SI, 7 10. iaU) ami 11.33 p. m. Foh rni'ic CiictK Lime, 7.2un. m. and 4,30 p. m. ilally excpt Sunday. For AMxroMi, 7W and o.OO a. in., 11.50 and 4 ' n. m. dll excrpt btindny, Sundays, U.rtt a. m aawl 4.) p. m WAkllllMITON fcOUTHERN" RAILWAY. In rrriscT Mat S, lstil. Fn ALIXANKHIA. 4.30, A.aa.7.48, 8 40,0.13, 10.47 ., lt-W MfXHI, M. 2.10, HiU, 4 23,S.2S, lit, kjsj. WM awl ll.HO p. in. On Hun- day alTitt, 7., H.tt, 10.4Ta. m., 1.00,2.13, 0.15, AnuMMotiAtiuai te'r Qasntlco, 7 13 a. m. and ripr(Jt p. w. woekdayi. 7.t3a, m, Sun- alara. Ft. Hhhmomii simI late t-outb, 4.30 and 10.67 a. in. atally. Aoeumwudotkiu o.W p. m, week stays. Tiim lbavi Alcxiudila for Washington, MO, 7iH, (. t.W. 1015,11.17. 11.11 a. in.; lSAXM.llUa.MI. IM, &.U, (1.13, 703, 0.90, 10 H aiMl 11 OH n. u. On Handay at 010, 10.18. It II aud 11. M a. w.; 1W, 4A3, 7.00, 7.10, V.9U kkttVifitu . Tlrkrl. a4 laiorsaatinii at the office, north Mat runts at TklrtMutk trrt and l'eiinayl MUila imh, aMl t Ik tUlluu, whern orders ra sw aHl tor taMdwcfclBiot bairvagetodcstt nation troaa hntala a4 ttldticef. ... ..... .T . - (.HAM 8 flUM. Gasuwl Ms ag.r J K.WOOD. MaMral I'acwaiisr Agent THE INCREASE THIS CIRCULATION H" i The Critic" IS tUULTMY AB atUMTAMTIAU MTKK OKiTICr preemt AhU tho MVWH id a oeupaot una ottraoUva manner. T&at Uj t&o nsaaoa icopl woat tut ;.