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THE 01UTI0, SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 1890.
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WHAT T1IF.Y DID IN TUB SENATE AND
The F.ltctlons 11111 Discussed hi tlic Upper
House What "Tim Critic'" Young;
Men Heard In the Vttn tlnllcry nml
In thotJcnatoto-ilaythe resolution hcro
toforo offered by Jtr. Dolpb ns. tothotlo
niul or abridgement of BtiiTrngo In certain
States was tnken up, bttt, In the nbsenco
of Mr. Dolpb, it vventover vvlthuntiictlon.
ThoPctintotben resumed consideration
i of (ho Elections bill an I Mr. Jonei of
Arkansas innilo argument In opposition
to It. ,
Mr. Jones paid tbo LIU was nn nttemp
io deprive tbo people of tbo control o
their own flections and to plnco that con
trol in tlio hands of l'cler.il olll-crs.
Tbo House to-day liassol Senate Ml
providing thnt In open steam Intuit ho.eof
len Ions .or under ono person may act in
the double enpneity of pilot nnd engineer
Mr. Holier of New York called np Ban
nte bill for tbo inspection of cjvlflo and
bogs and (bo products nnd carcasses
thereof which nro subject to lntcrsinto
Tbo bill was discussed and Anally re
ferred to the Committee on Agriculture.
. Tho Homo then went Into Committer
of the "Whole on l'rlvato Lund Claims.
Till: KAILM lNVlMTIOATION.
THEfcONOF TI1K COMMIMIOXKR DKVIUS Ml!.
hi cKtNDonrr's ABitnitnoxs.
Tho (medal House Committee investi
gating tbo charges mado ninlnst Commis
sioner of l'cnMons llauin by Itenrescntn
tlvo Cooper of Indiana continued itn in
Chalrmon Morrill opened tbn session by
referring to tbo testimony of -Mr. Hcclccn
tlorT, of the JJcvV Yurie Tiibune,
who ald that it would bo n good
thing for tlio committee (o get a list of
the employed of tbo l'cnsioii Otllco who
bad been in tbo employ of Captain
Loin on, or who wcro upiiointcd on bis
recommendation, nnd be at tbo time fur
nished the. commlttco a list of such per
sons. Orccn 11. Itaum, (bo son of tbo Com
missioner, testillcd thai bo knew of no
person who bad been In tlio employ of
Captain Lemon at tlio tlluo of his appoint
ment. Mr. Itaum was requested to furnish to
tlio committee a lls-t of nil persons In tho
Pension Otllco appointed by Commissioner
Itaum with (heir former places of em
ployment. Tlio commlttco then adjourned until
Nil. COVKU.Y WILL BE iNDOItSHD FOB TUB
Thomas Conkley of Jfew York city and
Tammany Hall, is now, and has been for
many Congresses past, ab assistant door
keeper at the main entrance to tho hall of
tho llouso of Kcprcicntatlv es.
A Democrat Just os loyal to tlio old pirty
its David llcuuett Hill, Tom is a member
in good standing' of iincicjit Tnmmnny
Hall. He enjoys tlio eonlldcncoof I.jader
Jllchard Croaker, ns well as Itourko Cock
rnn, Commisslonir (illroy, Ucrnard Mar
tin and the other sachems.
In the next Congress Tom w 111 ho a can
didate for cli'ctlrn as Doorkeeper to suc
ceed Mr. Adam", and he will havo theiu-rtcn-eniciit
of Tammany Hall as an
organization. This will baunprccelcnted,
us Tniiituanv never beforo Indorsed nnv
man for otllco In tbo National Homo of
Hoprescntatlvcs. Tom, liow ever, has won
Ills spurs as u worker in tbo ranks of J ho
Democracy. Ho is ono of tbo modt pollto
nnd obliging officials at tboCupltol, of a
bright and cheery disposition, and is ns
cninrt as a w hip.
SKNATOK HHIGII'S DNUMEKATION
COUNTED IX 1I0TII NEW Y01IIC UTV ASP
Tlio following telegram was received In
this city yesterday; ,
Nlmt YonK, Dec. 13.
lien. S. .9. Yodti :
Cincinnati Commtrctal atatCB ttiat Sunerln-
tendent Porter authorizes ittntoincut that I was
rctnrurJ in a rculdcut or New York In census
retnrns. l'lcnsa Bee hint Immediately and al
for bis authority for etatement. AdrUo lil-n
that the New York enumerator wan personally
Informed that return would bo mado (or l.lmn,
Ohio, and that return was mado to rnamerator
there l'leaso w Iro ausw or.
0l in H. Buick.
Superintendent of tbo ( ensus Porter
wild bo bad not given out (bo report, but
it was a fact (hat Scnalor-clect BricoXvas
cnumerotedin both New York city nnd
Lima, Ohio. Ho said bo would Investigate
It is thought amongthoOliio Democrats
that this Is part of a plan to havo tlio
question of Senator-elect Hrico'H rcstdturo
'Investigated beforo bo is allowed to tuko
bis scat. It will bo recollected that tho
point was rated ntthotinieofthoclection,
nut ns Mr. Jtrice maintained bis legal resi
dence nt Lima nnd voted there nt every
election it was regarded as 'settled. Tins
doublo enumeration would Indicate other
wise. Ciinjrmnn lfnmty.
Mr. V. A. 0. Handy, of tbo Chicago
Tribune, has been chosen chairman of tlio
Press Committeo, vleo General H. V.
Boynton, resigned. Mr. Handy has long
been n member of tho committee, and Is
ouo of tho, best and best-known corre
pponilentH at tho Capitol, llecauso of hi
Minuy temper Jred is aunlvers.il faorlt
among bis follow craftsmen.
Heaver, C'nimtron, nnd Quay
(lo crnor Leaver was at tbo Capitol yes
terday and held quite a reception In on
of tho cloak-rooms. Tho Governor it
angry becauso Senators Cameron nnd
(Juay nro not beio to help tho rennsyha
- nla delegation and himself to secure a day
In the House for tlio consideration of tho
llorder liald bill, a measure to recoup
Pennsyh aula for losses and expenditures
Incurred during General Lee's Invasion of
that Htido in 1803. Speaker Itoed and
Chairman Cannon ore both opposed to
tho 1,111. Tho latter falrlv luwedthoalr
In Ills refusal when usked Io set n day for
Ho MrMMl tlio l'npers.
Last Tuesday Tin: Cbitw (old that
Chairman Dreiinan, of tbo Democratic
Committee of Allegheny County, Venn
Kvhuuln, wusin tho city for tbo ),urM,so
of serving notice of contest on Colonel
Andrew J. Blew art, liepubllcnt. Congress.
iiiou-eUct from the Twenty-fourth Peun
mlMUila District. .Mr, llrennan lato that
fuy found tbo Colonel and sened (bo
juipcrs. It was tbo llnal day on which
Mich could he tiled, and Mr. Jlrcunun has
a well-dUliied suspicion lurking In his
mind that Colonel Mow art sought lo
avoid sen ice. If such wcro (bo Colonel's
object it failed.
tllijerts to iho lltll.
Speaking of tlio Street Hallway bill,
ihlili rawed tbo House last Monday and
Is now pending In tho Senato Committeo
u tbo District of Columbia, u Senator
this afternoon said: . .,
"If that bill comes into tlio Senato in its
prctent sIiiiikj 1 shall pint my voto against
It. 1 was surprised that such n me.isunt
should mciothosanillouoltlio House."
Ileliut.i mi Tnliix'co.
Congressman Ciirutb, of Louisllle, bv
day obtained from tbo Commissioner of
Internal Itou'iiuo tbo following ruling in
regard to the icliate on tobacco in transit
January 1, 1M).
"Tlio rebate will bo mado tothoowner
of tbo tobai co wherever It may be, If suei
owner Is manufacturer or dealer." "
i;x-('aiigr'Hsiiiu Ada, us.
i:x-Congits3mau John J Adams of New
York wi'sou thotloor of tbo House this
afternoon and received marked attention
from many of his old colleagues. .''Jack"
Adams, ns ho Ih familiarly c.dloJiwy hU
friends, has mado a greiu deal oltiiouey
since bo left Congress, ami Is no doub
Slud that bo got out when ho did, Mr
dams looks enough like Charles ii
Tow Io, tlio well-known Washington cor
respondent, to bo mistaken for bis twin
Tho Committeo on Ways and Moans
did not net on Itcprcscntathe Flower's
resolution extending tbo bonded period of
tho Tariff act until July, but probably
wilt next Monday.
Tho llouso Commlttco on Merchant
Marino and Fisheries to-day authorized a
fanrablorcorton tho IIouosubstltuto
for (bo Senalo Subsidy Shipping blllr
The Ways nnd .Means Comniltleo to-diy
reported favorably u Joint resolution to
correct tho error about binding twluo in
the MeKlnley Tariff act.
Mr. Vest presented a memorial to (lie
Senate to-day from tbo National Hank
ruptey Convention', signed by Iteprcsenta
tlvis from tiiinty-livo Stoles, favoring
tho Immrdiatopnwiigc of thoTorrey lmnk
ruptey bill. J
Iho Houo Military Uommlttco yester
day reported favorably Senate bills to re
vivo tho grndo of I.lciitcnaut-fit'ticriil of
the Army and to limit tbo detail ofolll
rers at rdutational cstiiblisiimcnts to
Iti tho Senato to-day Mr. Dinlel offrol
a lCMilntloii calling on tho Secretary ot
tbo Treosnry for Information as to the
sums of money (w lib interest to dato) ad
vanced by the States of Virginia nnd
Man land to tlio L'nlted States to be ap
plied toward erecting public buildings nt
tbo seat of (lovcrnmcnt on tho banks of
tbo Potomac. Adopted.
Senator Oormon to-day introduced n bill
to permit entrance liitoho DMrict ot (Jrt
lunibln and Incorporation therein of the
Washington nml Chcsaiicako ltallroad
Company. This bill has already been In
troduces! Into tlio House.
Senator IMniiinds to-day introduced a
bill providing that Assistant Attorneys
(leneral bo paid salaries of fl.000 mi
nually. Major Moore and Captuln llossell, ossls
lant to the engineer olllcer of tho District
of Columbia, wcro beforo tbo sub-coin-niittcoof
tlio House Appropriations', w hieb
Is preparing tlio District in Columbia Ap
A largo numben of petitions against
tbo enactment of n national bankruiitcv
law, princlpiiliy from tbo Northwest, nro
uing tiicir way into me
A II ALL
XVasIiliiKton Will lie Itcpif lentcit In tho
American Association Next Season.
Prospects for good ball In Washington
noxt season are bright, and the gentlemen
who havo tho forming of a club In band
say that our city shall not bring up tho
rear In the American Association, to which
tbo Washington Club will bo admitted.
Ln't night, at rr meeting of tlio organ
isers of the club, Mr. itohert M. Drlnk.ird
was iiir.de chairman and Mr. Thomas 13.
Tho meeting was largely attended, nnd
an informal discussion of (bo nffulrs of
(ho proposed oignnlratlon was the chief
order of opening, but soon solid business
was gotten down to, when Mr. Charles V.
Trott nominated Sir. Henry 11. Dennett
for president of tbo club, it already having
been decided (bat an organization w'as
necessary. Mr. Dennett was elected unan
imously, and Mr. August Mencken vice
president; Mr. Thomas H. Kalbfus, secre
tory; Mr. William O'Donncll, treasurer.
Directors wcro chosen as follows: Presi
dent Dennett, ns chnirniiin tx-offl"h;
Michael II. Sainton, John .1. Hogan, lMu In
Sutherland, Prank Smith, Charles V.
Trott and Dr. C. M. II. Harris.
After tbo election, Messrs. M. D. Scan
Ion, T 11. Knlbfusand J.dw In Sutherland
wcro-appointed a commlttco to draft n
constitution and by-laws and secure a
charter. This wotk will bo completed ns
rapidly ns possible.
'1 bo question of sultablo grounds was
disc iod at some length, Jind Messrs A.
S. Johnson, Charles V. Trott, Justin Mc
Carthy and M. 11. Scanlon wera appointed
a committeo to select suitable grounds.
Mr. Scanlon said ho was satisfied that
ho knew of a tract of twenty-two acres
convenient to a car lino which could bo
secured upon icasonable terms. Ho ho
lier ed this tract offered more combined
advantages than any which could bo
found. Tho committeo will go to woik at
onco and hopo to bo able to have their
plans matured in time to. report to the
meeting to bo heldl'riday evening noxt.
DISCHAltOKD FOIt POLITICS.
A Wni rnitt Sworn Out for Attornoy Gen
eral l'upn of South Cnrollmi.
"Cm ujiiii , S. C., Dec. 13. A w arrant has
been sworn out by N. G. Gonzales, news
piqer eorrcsjmndcnt, against Attornoy
General Y. J. I'npe, for violation of section
2.W2 of general statutes.
Tho uitorney-gcnernl bad discharged
Thomas II. Duller, a clerk in the engross
ing department, who had acted with the
Haskell bolters nnd was a candidate on
that ticket for tho Legislature from Union
County. In discharging Duller tbo attorney-general
oxpicssed personal regret at
tbo necessity for so doing, nnd (c-dllod (o
Dutltr's ofllcienoy. llutler then wrote to
Pope and desired to bo Informed of tho
muFO of bis discharge.
Poiki answered: "I removo you from
ollUofrom a sen-oof duty to tlio pooplo
of this State.' 1 believe It duo to (hem
that no olllco shall bo bestowed upon one
who has so recently Jeopardized by his
political conduct the bot interests of our
whole people. Whllo I am attorney-gen-erul
no Independent need apply for otllco,
nnd no such n one will bo knowingly ro
tninid in olllco by me."
NT.W IIAJII'SHIKK LKIIISIATUUK.
71,e Ckik'ii Artlim "Will (Iho It to tlm
Hostox, Dec. 111. A special from Con
cord, N. II., to tho Aihxitttee-JbpHblliiM
"Your correspondent has It on (bo best of
authority that Clerk Jon ctt of the House
of IteprcscntativeH has decided to place on
tho roll of members-elect uf, tbo no
Home Iho "If entitled," Dopresentatlvos.
This, will glvo tbo House to tbo
Itcpubllcaus by a largo work
ing majority nnd will insure
tbo election or Hiram Tuttloas Gnveinor
and a United States Senator. Ho has not
Vet formally iinrtounecd that this Is Ills
determination, but your correspondent Is
able to glvo It on authority which cannot
(itofSn 1 cKlslatni's Call Karh Other
ui,us That May I1 to n Duel.
Atlanta, G., Dee, 1.1. A personal en
counter In (bo House ut its night soilon
lust night bttween Colonel Humphries
and Dr, Daldwiii may result in a duel.
Dining (bo debute Dr. Daldwln referred
In Colonel Humphries ns a "drunken lit
tle liunsly lawyer." Colonel Humphries
denounced Dr. Daldwln ns a ''liar." Tbo
two men rushed for each other and had a
tussle In tbo middle of tho lloor, but they
were finally separated by friends, and tin,
trouble wuh ended for u time, It Is said
Hint tho friends of tho legislators havo tho
mutter in blind now, and (hero is no tell
ing what tlio negotiations may lead to.
HAN INTO A FltKIOlii
Tliieu I'M fton KllUct unit I'hi) fatally
SK Phancisco, Deo. 13. Tho west
bound passenger train on tlio Atlantic, and
Paclllo Hallway crashed Into the caboose
of a freight twin near tbo Needles Thurs
day moinliig, Ulsicpoitcdthat tbelliiv
man ot tlio passenger engine, an uuunow n
man, and Mr. Thompson, it wealthy cattle
breeder of lown City, were killed, it is
also reported that Iho passengers were
i;x-C(iiKicssm llh'Htuiitl Dead.
Lammstih, l'., Deo. 1.1, llx-Congress-until
John A. Hlctlniid dicsl nt 1 o'clock
this morning nt the Stovens' Houso of
paresis after it long Illness. .Mr. Illestnud
w ns do years of ngo. 1 Io w ns it lawj cr und
bad sened as Stuto llepresentatlvo nnd
Stato Senator. In 1871 howus made naval
otllterat thoHirt of l'hilnddpbla, which
iiosillon lio held for eight J ears. In lrWt
bo was elected to Congicss as t ltepubll
eun nnd wasro-electedln 18.sU, Mr, Hies
bind was fur over thirty years pioprletor
nnd dltor of the lumcnstcr AVumbur, In
IbhO ho sold bis Interest In (bo paper and
retire d from business,
Mm, ll, own Convalescing,
Mrs Colonel Drown, who has liecn III
for some tiino nt her residence, No, 00 V
street northwest, la convalescing,
rnoimiiTioN in tub distihot.
The Dlngley lllll I'mnnitily ltcportcit
to the Hiinsc.
Tho Select Commlttco on Alcoholic
Liquor Traffic to-elny reported favorably
Mr. Dlnglcy's bill, Introduced last Feb
ruary, to prohibit tbo-mtnufnituro and
sale of spirituous nnd Intoxicating liquors
In tbo District of Columbia. Tbo follow
ing is tho bill: . ,
Do It enncted by the Senate and House
of HcprcscntatiNcs of tho United States of
Aiucrlen In CongrcsH ns-cmblod, that tho
tetm spirituous and intoxicating liquors,
wbero used In this act, shrill bo held (o
Include all spirituous nnd Intoxicnting
liquors, nil mixed liquors of -which a part
is spirituous, intoxicating und alcoholic,
nil distilled spirits, all wines, ale and por
ter, all beer manufactured from bops and
molt, or from hojvs and barley, nnd nil
cider sold to ho drunk. on tbo premises.
Sec. '2. That no person, nfter the eplra
(Ion of (lie licenses now in forte for (lie
sale of spirituous and intoxicating liquors
Iti the District of Columbia, shall any
where within said District manufacture,
or sell, or keep for sale, or barter directly
or indirectly, or give aw ny, nny spirituous
nnd Intoxicnting liquors, except for medic
inal, mechanical, or scientific purposes,
anil the manufacture and salo und Impor
tntlon, exportation, or transportation of
any spirituous und Intoxicating liquors,
except for tlio puriioses aforesaid, arc
hereby forever thereafter prohibited In
Sec. 0. That no spirituous and intoxicat
ing Honors Shall be sold or gicu away for
medicinal purism's, except on written pre
scription of a regulnr physician practicing
medicine in tho sold Dlstrli t of Columbia,
who shall certify that It Is for the person
und purpose nnmed In tho prescription,
nnd for none other, nnd tlio said preserli,
tiou elinll bo filled by n regularly licensed
druggist encaged In nnd enrrylng on
tlm drill? business In snid District.
nnd by no other jicrson, nnd said drug-
ist sunn preserve soiu prescriptions
numerical order, and shall enter
across tlio fnco ol each prcscriii
llon tho number thereof, tho dsto It was
filed, to whom delivered, and also ids
(the druggist's) name, and all of said pro
scriptions shall on tlio last day of each
month be, by ald druggists, transmitted
to (be Commlssloncis of tbo DMrict of
Columbia, and any druggist falling to
comply witli said provisions shall, In ad
dition to the forfeiture of his liceuso ns n
druggist, bo subjict to tlio penalties here
inafter prescribed for vlnlntioiKOf tills net,
Sec. -I. Thnt nil persons purchasing spir
ituous and intoxicating liquors for me
chanical or scientific purposes, shall ninko
application therefor In writing, verified
by their nffidoit mado before a notary
public of sold district, which sold allldavit
shall set out specifically where, nnd for
what special purpose It is to bo used, dis
tinctly showing whether for mechanical
or scientific purposes, and that it shall bo
ii-ed for no other purposes. That said
spiritous and Intoxicating liquors shall bo
supplied by a druggist engaged tin nnd
carrying on tbo drug business in snid
District, nnd by no other person, and
said druggist shall keep said application
-and aflldaWt In numerical order, and shall
enter nero's tho fnco of each such applica
tion and affidavit tlio jiumbcr tlicrcor, tlio
quantity supplied thereon, tbo dato when
supplied, the nnmo of tho person to whom
delivered (nnd In no enso sbnll Said spirit
uous und intoxicating liquors Lo delivered
to nny person except tho one who mado
snld written application and allldavit
therefor, and In no enso shall said appli
cant bo under 21 years of ago), nnd nil of
snld applications und nlhdails shall, on
tbo last day of each month, ba
by said druggist transmitted to tho
Commissioners of (ho DMrict of Coltim
bla und any druggist falling (o comply
with sold provisions shall, in addition to
the forfeiture of bis license as a druggist,
bo subject (o (bo penalties hereafter pre
scribed for x filiations of tills act; and unv
person who shall swear falsely In the allt
davit accompanying tbo application for
said spirituous and intoxicating liquors
shall be guilty of perjury nnd iiimn con
viction tncrcni smut no suujcct to tno
pains and penalties now in force In said
District applicable to tbo crime of perjury.
Sec. 5. That tho provisions of tills act
shall not bo so construed as to prohibit
the salo of wino by druggists for sacra
mental purposes: Provided, Thatnosuch
Mile bo made except tnion tho written ap
plication of the pastor of (ho elnire.li
wbero said wino shall be delivered to said
clergyman In person, anil to jui other
person, and said application shall bo
marked, preserved unit transmitted to the
Commissioners of the District of Colum
bia, just as thoopplleations are in tho cuso
of other soles.
See. 0. That every person who violates
any provision of tills act, except that of
false sv earing, for which u penalty Is
licrelnbefore prescribed, shall bo deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and iqiou con
viction tbcieof shall ho punished by a lino
of not less than S100 nor nioro than S'iOM,
and by Imprisonment of not more than
Sec. 7. This act shall takocliict Novem
ber 1, IhflQ, and all laws and parts of laws
inconsistent with this act are hereby re
pealed. Sec. S. Tho ConimlM-lnners or the Dis
trbtgf Columbia me hereby uutborl.ed
mid required to make nil neie-sary regu
lations to facilitate nnd secure the pioiier
execution of this act.
a LAiioitEit's siiioim:.
IIuhkIhk to u l'ost
of Ills IIoiikc.
In th Keiiv
James Lynch, fti years of ngo, and a la
borer by occupation, commuted suicldo
lost night by bangingjiliiiself to n post of
tbo fence at the rear of bis home, .TWt
0 street northwest, near Georgetown Col
lego. Lynch has been 11 widow or for n number
of ears and occupied a two-story frame
bouse alone. Howns uddlcted to drink
und nt time's neted strangely, which led
some to believe that ho was elemented,
' At nu curly hour this morning persons
passing the rear enhance to I.yncli's house
taw the body banging to thopost and gave
tbo alarm. In u short tlmo a largo crowd
bod collei ted, and Sergeant Triuinell of tho
Seventh Precinct station put In an apK?ar
unce. Ho cut ilow n tho body und l emo oil
It to the hour. -
Tlio body, when found, was hanging to
iho luist with tlm toes Just touching tho
fi round. Aiouud tbo neck was u piece n
io calico shirt Hint had been worn by
Lj mil. Ho did not wear a cout, und his
bat wits found lying by his side. Tlio
fence jKist was Just about tho height of tho
tulcide six feet. Lynch tit onotlmobnd
been n powerlully unlit man, but his lorm
bad lost Its robustness through Intemper
nuco nnd exposure. Ho worked one tlmo
ut Oak Hill Cemetery. Tlio bouse In
vvbieh bo lived gave Indications of ex
(reinosqualor and jHiverty. It issupposed
(hat Lynch hangixl himself, between S
and 12 o'clock last night.
Coio'ier Patterson vleftvcd tho body and
decided that an Inqbestwns unnecessary.
Its Wonclniful ILftect nn tlio l.lver,
Stomach. Houc'lii, KliliicjHnuil lllonil,
Dr, Mozley's Imon Dlixir is n pleasant
lotuJii drink that positively cures nil 1111
lousliess. Constipation, Indigestion, nil
Wek nnd Nervous Heudai lies. Kidney Dis
ease, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Fevers,
Chills, Palpitation of lle.nt, ami nil other
discuses caused by disordered liver,
stomal h nnd kldni'ys, tlio first gie.it euuso
of nil filial diseases. 60 cts. and 1 per
bottle. Sold bv di nggists, Prepared only
by II. Mozley.M. P., Atlanta,, (In.
I lino ll Hut Drops,
l'or coughs und colds, take Lonioii Hot
For soro throat nnd llronchltis, t.iko
I.iinou Hot Drops.
For pneumonia nud I.niynyltls, take
I.cnion Hot Drops.
For consumption and Catarrh, take
Lemon Hot Drops.
For llemoiriiago and all throat and
lung diseases, tuko Lemon Hot Drops,
An elegant nud lellublo preparation.
23 cents, nt druggists, Prepared only by
Dr II. Mozley, Atlanta, On.
Our Indian 1'ollc).
i'revi tht Am Yoii. IhrnM,
First starvo him; "then, when ho shows
signs of discontent, pump him full ol lead.
For over llf tv years Mrs. Inslow'a Booth
lug Syrup lias been ueed for children testa
ing. It tootlica tlio child, softens the gums,
itllavtall pklu, cures wind colic, and U the
tt remedy for dlarrboja. Tweuty-rtTe
ectita a bottle.
FINANCIAL AND ComiKHCIAL.
Nr.w YonK, Dec. 13. The business out
look Is more hopeful. There have been
numerous failures, and is still much pres
sure, but the supply of money has so im
proved by Treasury purchases of bonds
nnd by shipments or gold from Duropo
(hot them Is mora ground for eontldeneo
nnd soino actual improvement. Until
nfter January 1 not much relief can bo
ex ccted, und fears of tinwlso legislation
continue to cause much withdrawal of
money from ncllv c use, but for tho tircsent
there Is less pressure here ornt llostoii.
Stocks again reached Hielowe-st prices this
year on Saturday of lost week, and havo
since recovered, jestcrday quite sharply,
on account of better monetary condition",
nnd the hnpathutn meeting of presidents
next week may adopt radical measures of
improvement. Hut the past disturbance
and continuing uncertainty oro felt In a
reduced volume of Ini'lncs throughout
thocuinlry, which, though slightly larger
than a jenrngo, no longer shows tlio ma
terlnl incrense until recently maintained.
1 he South reports fair business In spite
of tlio contlniilngdeclinolii cotton. Spirits,
move Ircely at Savannah, oranges ut Jack
sonville, nnd sugar, molasses, and rice ut
New Orleans, all nt good prices. Tho su
iily of money is ample for nccexsltlcs nt
Ncw'Orlcnns, hut nt other points money is
tight, though bunks help their customers
ns fur ns they am in legitimate business
only. At the West colder weather hns
helped trade at Cincinnati, Detroit, nnd
somo other points, nnd bulncs is only
fnlrnt Denver; good for tho season, with
largo ealtlo and bog receipts at ktmsf
unit rcccli-ts at Kansas
City: strong, with liberal distribution of
goods, at St. Louis; fair for tlio season ot
St. Paul, and more active in holiday Hues
nt dnelnnnd, Chlcngobuslnesscoutinues
much larger (ban last venr, being little
affected by I'astcrn troubles, nnd tho re
ceipts of most products show Increase. At
Pittsburg tho worn is thought to bo over,
nnd money nnd collections nro easier,
though Iron has declined, nnd there Is less
demnnd for manufactured products.
Philadelphia notes little Improvement,
inougii jewelry is active ni narrow mar
gins of profit, unci less complaint than was
expected is heard In tbo clothing trade,
but wool Is extremely dull, us may bo In
ferred from the fact that the business in
shoddy is very large', its uo in place of
high-priced wool increasing. 'Ibu hoc
trade notes harp falling ofl, t-qis Lily Ifi
Southern demand, attributed to full re lit
distribution after (bo largo sales m.ido
whin pliiesvvere rising, lloston nhorvea
Improved demand for leather nt tbo loner
prices, nnd retnll dry goods ne tlvo for sea
sonable! products, but wool sales are small
and wbolesalo trades generally quiet.
Iron production Increased In November,
reaching 18.1,81(1 tons December!, a gain
of nearly (LOPO for tho month, and over
1J,OUO compared with lost year. Several
new nud largo furnaces havo gone into
blast, but later dispatches show that
within two weeks a number have stoniicd
production, and ono Southern establish
ment has falbsl. Quotations oro lower,
SIB for Northern and $17.i' for Southern
No. 1, with rolls lifeless, and decidedly
less demnnd for bar iron nnd plates. It
seems clear, ubo, tiint stocks of unsold
iron nt furnaces aro Increasing, so that a
curtailment of production seems to bo un
avoidable. The woolen manufacture Is
doing decidedly better than n year or six
months ago, but heavy woolens open nt
lr.st j enr's prices; some overcoatings hnvo
advanced 3 to ! per cent., but others are
lower: some grades of union cassimero
nro o per cent, higher, but tho grc.it
majority realize no advance, nnd there is
n waiting market for knit goods und n
shrinking demand for dress goods, (hough
plain soft wool fabrics command 3 to 71
percent, above tbo lowest prices of the
year. Tlu5 cotton manufacture is b"ss
satisfactory, and nomo works ore suspend
ing produitlon, print clothes having fallen
to. 'I cents for 0-Is.
'ibespeculatlvo markets have not been
very active, but wheat has risen ll ami
com L'J cents nnd oats 1 cent. Pork pio-
ilucts nre uncliiingisi, eottou iisixteentii
lower, oil 1!J cents lower und eoffco 1
lower. 'J bo rbo in brendstufts Is not sus
tnined by foreign demand, exports fulling
fur below tluo of last year, week by
week, nor by prospects for the next crop,
bincu Stato reports generally show In
crrnsid uciengo of winter wheat nnd ex
cellent condition. Tin has risen half n
cent during the week, but copper is of un
certain price, offers nt 10 for Lako being
unavailing nnd the, market for lead is
thoroughly demoralized by Importations
of 0,0W tons nt tbo recent speculative
TrraHirv naviiients for bonds do not vet
ap ear In statmuntN of cash, which show
no lrs for tlio week, Tlio most signifi
cant fact is that a very largo proportion of
tlio money was taken in gold by thosellets
of bonds, presumably for withdrawal un
til uncertainties about silver legislation
bavo passed, lint tho fnll in foreign ex
change nnd tho movement of over .V
000,000 gold to this side , show dis
position of Durnpean investors to take
soiuopiopcrtles hero at current prices.
The commercial troubles outsido of mone
tary stringency are mainly duo to execs
slvopuichuscstnudoin nntlelpiitlou of a
great rise In prices. Those w ho inudosuch
purchases, in tho belief that in spite of
thu expected higher prices and tho short
crop consumption would bo usgre.it us
ever, find themselves enibnrraed by a
distinct shrinkiigo in tho distribution of
prrdiicts to consiuucis.
'Iho business failures orenrrlngthroitgh
out the country during tbo last seven days,
us reported (oil. (I. Dun it Co., tlio Mei
eanlile Agency, by telegraph, number, for
tho United States, ."I", und tor Canada, 27,
or a total of 374, as compared witli n total
of 31 2 last w cek, und 210 tbo week previous
to the lust. For the corresponding week
of lust vi'iir tbo figure-) vvcro2'.t0, represent
ing 200 failures in the United Suites, nnd
LO in tlio Dominion of Canada,
Nuvv Yoiik, Dec. HI. Money nn call
wnscHjy today, 3 per cent, was tho only
rate, und at the closo accommodation;
were plentifully offered ut 3.
Dxcbango closed steady; postesl rates,
i7W(?-J8l; actual rates, 17.S for sixty elays
and 183 for demand.
(loverninents htendv; currency Os, 100
bid; Is couiKin. 122 bid; lis do., 101 bid.
Tho news of tho failure of an, luilucntiul
operator in London, who was largely In
terested in American stocks, especially
Union Pacific and St. Paul, caused a weak
opening for stocks In this. market.
'Iho first prices wcro generally lower,
whllo Missouri Paiilio was down 1J.
Union Pacific 14, and Louisville and
Nashville 1 percent. Tho weakness was
not of long duration. A sharp buying
brought prices up in tho early trading to
a fracrion nbovotho closing of yesterday.
Missouri Pacific ndvnnecd 11, Lncknwnnn.i
1, Dock Island 1, nud the remainder of
tbo list i to i.
Tnwnid 11 o'chx'k prices again begun to
shade off. After 11 o'clock, the market
was dull nnd prices continued weak up to
11:20. About (hat time the bank statement
mode Its appearance, showing nu Increase
in (lie reserves of 3,030,32.1.
This wns a signal for a heavy buying,
nnd by 12 o'clock prices weio generally at
the beM of the morning, closing at a frao
tioiial advance for must stocks,
Tho sab's for tho morning amounted to
OH Fourteenth street northwest Is tbo
only placo In this cltv where tlio To-Knlon
AVIncH nro for snle. Tho agency for the-o
eelibrutid wines wns first established In
Washington In 18M1 by Mr. II. W. Crnbb,
ono of tho most relebratexl wino growers
of California and the owner of the To
Kiilon v ineynrd. Tbeso w incs rapidly ue
qiilrcd favor and popularity on account of
tliclr purity nud general excellence, and
Mr. Ciabb subsequently established lift
em agencies in Chicago, Now Orleans,
Minneapolis, und Kuiisas City. To-Kalon
Wines are to-dav better known and have
iimoroextcndod reputation than any other
brand of California wines in tlio market.
The hollduvsnro fust approaching, nml nil
low is of good, pure Cnliforiilu wlnos will
do will to visit tho To-Knlon Wino Co.
and lav In u supply of these delicious
wines. Iti member the number Oil Four
teenth street northwest.
tl l.rt sale or Suits and OvercoaK DUo
nuui llios., "tli mid 1.'.
l'or nil kinds of fine fancy goods, sui b
as ladies' und gent's furnishings, go to
Tt el's, Pennsylvania avenue.
Ureat murk-down salo of Suits and Over
cents to f H.bS. Disemnn Jlros., 7th and K.
Mitny Porsons are broken
flown from overwork or household cnrcn.
Hrown's Iron lllttcrti rtinuUJstho
lystern, aid digestion, romovMCXc'SOfbllo,
tnd cutim malaria. Oct tee cenuuiu.
1200, 1202, 1204 P Stroot,
Corner Twolfth N. W.
Monflay, BeciitoJS. 1890.
- ""5" .ft, , K.-J ..-,,.-
in t r
(Ii I Ilellevca by Jinny '1 hut the Word
Iuipllcs old scraps, onus mid ends from Ictt
over etock. This may bo tlio case with tho
lti'innanta sold by some, Thoso offered by us
aro direct from tlio mills wbero tlic goods aro
manufactured, I.'icry roll ot Canhmcro nnd
other fine clotbs contain n certain number of
) arils. All In excets of this number In cut off,
ond tbese tino pieces are want wo offer n$
HF.MXAN'IH. Wo bellero Tlio , Combination
Is tho only placo In till city where therfo lino
Itcmnnnts ran be obtained. They are tlio
lnteet and finest of stjles, patterns und cloths
ami niejiift what Is ilf.Ireit.
M Wide I'cqnnt Pillow Cane, blenched 10c
0-1 Wile Pequot Micctlng, bleached UVc
(1-1 Wide I'equot Sheeting, bleached 20c.
10-t Wide I'equot Sheeting, bleiclicd.. .,... .'(ta
Fancy Cameo Cloth 7.Vc
rncy Vutoria Cloth Hc
UMiichwIilf Cbnllles Ilc
Munchctter Cretonnes, very heavy 8,'c
RClnchC.ieluiicrcii, all colors 1'i.S'c
40 Inch Crshuicres, all color 15c
1,10 jonls All-wool OS Inch Fancy Dress
l.tCOj arils All-wool Camel's Hair, 08 Inch,.. tS'c
2,000 jards of Tine All-wool .Noveltlei, Ho
a.ClO.imiteor lllidllsUllioritcloth ...ISc
Scares Unbleiched Canton Planiul 5,c
1 case Unbleached Canton FUunel 1',,','c
1 caso VnUcached Cinton Flannel S.S'C
1 cane Unbleached Canton l'Unucl ,,'Mic
We have not made any pnrtlculai explana
tion as to what tliene gooiU are, All we can
say Is that they will bo nld -MONDAY, Di:
CEXIBElt 15, tor the nbovo advertlped pilces
and no longer, It you want genuine bxrgilna
hero tbey arc.
Twelfth and F Streets.
HURRY ALONG! . YOUR" TIME IS SHORT!
Tho Public Sooma to Havo at Last Fully Awakonod to tho Pact
That tho CONSIGNMENT SALE Now in Full BlaBt at tho
New York Clothing House,
311 SEVENTH STREET,
! cifrerlng them tbeorrottunltj to buy flrtt-rltte Clolhln at Half tbo Act il 'olueof
the cloth. Owlnif to the continued riifh nnd the lato arrival ot TWKNTV OASES OF
GC011S wc will continue the CONSIGNMENT BALK for
I.oiiRer. ou'ii)nnrcliiinco. F.icrjtlibiK marked In plain fijturca et ONI! HALF the
former price, 'lids entire conlRnment must be mid lieforo .IANIJAHY 1, Note tin
Iirlccr: fl for Men's Hearer or Chinchilla Overcnnla, worth !.'; frtBOfor Jlen'a lletter
tirade Kerrey Heaver Omcoat, veorth ltj tlO for Klcsanl Dnft OiercoatK, Inl
rtylep, viorth J52; (IS for Elegant All Silk Lined Chinchilla Overcoats, worth $13; Hlorm
Overcottatt J5, 7, (to, Jl'JSUnnd $15, can't to boiiKlitonyw hero for less than double
the price; lien's Halts nt 1 1 CO, worth (10; pood llnrlneaa Suits nt (7, worth (10; fplen
did Jlrcpa Suite, tingle nnd Ilouble-Ilrrnrtrd, lif Cnrkiiercw, lllugonnl, Whipcord nnd
Cheviots, at (10 nnd (13, worth (W to (25. lloju'and Children's Clollilnff In cnillo
-variety. Illegant fcinoklng dockets nt lera than one-halt value. Hear In mln I, this rale
will continue but TWO WIMMH LONdF.It.
NEW'YORK CLOTHING HOUSE,
311 Sovonth Stroot Northwost, "Whito Building.
Orrn Weel. Days Uptllflpm. Snlardojs, 11
MJW VOIIK CLOrill.NO
rULT. COJIMIbblON TO
For Trices anl Terms
IMMONS A KINO,
Builders and Owneir,
KST-FOIt i?ALE-COItNi:it OF SI'HUOF.
KS i-trcet and llarowood avenue, Lo Droit
Five New Tvto-rtorv and Attic Ilrleli Dwell
ing, with l'orche. all .Modern Im
provement on spnue street.
fctx Ilourrs, luo Stories, Attic and Celbr
JlnUhed with Paper All Modern Im
provement, on llnrcwood nveuue.
Abo corner Houe, comer ot Spruco nud Hare
For Price and 'I erm Apply to
Owner and Builder,
On premise. dcll-tf
ftdS-TiiisTvrociiitTii'Y that i have
this day opened the furniture business
at No. 1520 Seventh street n w nud appointed
(.cargo Lawrence X Co. as my agents.
clctvnt J. F. JOHNSON.
3W-FEF.T RELIEVED. 1111. WHITE,
Hill I'cnnsjlinnhi nveiute, oppolte Wlllord's
Hotel. Ihiiusands rrom far und near vltlt Dr,
Wlilto's establishment fur relief from nnd ni old
unroot corns, bunions, diseased nails and all
other foot trouble. Hours, Ha. m. to l p. in.
Sundajs, tltoli. Oflleofee(l per visit for put
ting the feet In good order. Established 1-M.
,T. WILLIAM LEE
(Successor to Henrj Leo's fcONS),
ON PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N,
Branch Ofllce, I'M .Mnrjland aie. s. w
(Kjsr"w,iv N0T "AVE YOIIK SHIRTS
Ky made by ono of the most celebrated
cutters In America! Prices ssmo ns those
third ruto cutters charge. P. T. HALL, Wi F
C-S EO. W. SI 1CKNEY,
J W) Eleventh street nw.
TRUSTEES' PALE OF VERY. VAI.U MILK
IMPROVED PHOPERTY ON ORKOOV
AMl.Nl'E, NEAR EIOHTEE.SI 11 S'HIEET
Ily vlitue ot a certain deed of trust recorded
In Liber, o. 1.1W, tollo 313, et seip, ono ot the
hind records for Iho District of 1'olnmblii, nml
ot the request of tbo port) secured thereby wo
will offer for sals In front or tlio premises on
THE S3D DAY OF IIECKM1IF.II, lifw, nt l.'M
o'clock p. m allot Jot "It" In II, Magruder's
sub division ottertuln lots In siniaio 151 as the
s&mols recorded In book C. II, B.ngo 7, In
tho ofllce of the Surveyor ot the Dlstrlrt ot Co
lumbia; sulilriilijret to a certain deed ot trust
to sccuro tho sum ot (l,!VS0 nnd Interest.
'J'e-rms or sole: All cash 111 cxci ss of tlrsttrust;
(lno deposit nt tlmo of sale. T erms to be com
piled with In leu days.
1 W. H11.F.Y DKEHLE.
11l'l F street nw.
diCldJtd-llt 110.1 V street nw,
C EO, W, bTIOIvN'EY, Auctioneers,
Wi, Eleventh street,
TRUSTEES' SALE OFVK!tY YALTA 11LK
IMPROVED l'ROl'ERTY.BKINO HOUSE
0. IW1 It STREET ."OinilWEST.
Bv virtue of n certain deed of trust, re
corded In Liber No. l,ns, tollo ill, et sen , ono
uf tho land records for the District or Coluni
Ida ond at tlm request ot tho part) insured
thereby, vie wIlLnffer for site In front ot tho
premises, nn 1 UESDAY, THE 11.1 11 DAY OK
lll'.CEUHER, 1WH), nt l.'M o'clock p. in., tho
following described proper!) , In Iho city of
Washington, In the DMrict ot Columbia, to
wit: All of lot numbered fourteen (ID, In Colt,
man .V Adam's, trustees, sub-dlTlsion ot lots
In square two hundred and sev cut) -sev en (377),
Terms ot snle; (ine-lhlrd cosh nnd thu bal
ance In one (I) und two (3) years, with tntcrist
a! Iho rate of six (id per centum pir annum,
pay oblo semi annually, and secured byndeod
ot trust on tbo property sold, or all cash, at
the option ot ilia puichaser. One hundred
dollais dipoclt at time of sale. All convey
nnelngm piirihaser's co-t. Terms to bo com
piled with In tlio du), or tho property will be
resold nt risk and cost ot defaulting purchaser
after die days' rcadvertlsvment In fin: Wasu-
JOHN T R5JS,
WM MAY SH. J It,,
roit ham: ok hxciiamii:.
IJSlllt SALE OR E.XCIIANOE FOR CITY
1J property Largo healthy form, with
brlik house and other buildings; ono hour by
rail from Washington on Annapolis R. R. Au
di esldlOMainiiiie. dc'l lm
' 1 OK NAM!.
1 js.OlfsALE-EMMO.NS ,C KINO, BUILD-
ers, desire to call attention ot the public
lo their New Buildings, now nearlv finished, on
E street, Mai-suehiisetts nveuue and 1 Irst north
east. London High, VMII sell beforo Janu
ary 1, at a reduction ot 15 per cut , upon ex
traordinary easy terms. V orkni'inslilp good,
ami houses lliilihed with papering
EXTRACT OF BEEF.
Tor Imriiiivrci nml economic)
coohcry, uo it for soiin, Hauees
nml Jlade Dishes, In llavor !-
iwiiiiofi, nml ill-Milves jicrfecUy
clear in water Makes delicious
llcof Tea ami A-'7i (i olt illmatia
for any Icngtli ot tliuu. 1 lb equal
to AOlli" of liunbiff. Only aort
cunranticil genu- l .
lno by Justus v m ( ..& - jP
Llcbltf nml biarH S---4---fl
bis flgiiaturo i &
bine, thus; '-'
p. til. Make No Jlbfike. Look for tlio
lIOUSi: and No. 311.
ANTKD-OOOl) llOltSll-SIIOKIt. Al'-
ply corner Otli anil I Ms s w. n Jt
ANTED-A KIWl'ECTAllLK W1IITK
irlrl to do neutral lioueework for am ill
funilly. Call nt Wlf I Kt h e. n-at
-i-irANi i: swt it st N w, tiooo coi.'f)
girl tu cook, viuhIi and Iron; private
famll): none but n thoroughly competent
servant, bringing references und willing to
atny night, need apply. lJ-lt
irANTKii a hespectaIFli: nml. foh
plain cooking and general housework.
Apply nttiOHtith tn w. ri-nt
irANTED-SEItVANT (11UL FOIt OF.N'L
W hounowork; muat etny nights; rcfer
enrea required. 1'1-nt
"TrANTED-IIY A COLOItEI) U1KL, A
Y lilaea as chambermaid or nurse; not to
cure fur baby at nights; references, glren.
Call or address 12MI st n w. l'l It
firANTED - BY A HESI'ECrAIlhi:
Y white girl n sttuitlon ih chambermaid
and waitress. Apply corner 11th and W sti
n w. lO-'it
-irANTED 1IY A ltESl'EUTAHLE
V vi bite girl a place as cluimbermnld und
to assist with wiirhlng and Ironing. 1'lesso
ciiU'JII Iststsw. l'l -It
I TEAL ESTATE BULLETIN.
r;THOMA- K. WAOOAMAN, tilt F street.
Changes mado Wednesdays nnd Suturduys.
TWO-STORY HRICIC AND FRAME HOUSES
1 112 -2-tn ft, lib, in l,9rs f
113030th st, bli, llrs,niid31iouscslu rear,
4 rs, each
1317 and 13I'J .Vliidlson st, f h, 4 rs, und 3
tirlolr limarii In ram f ... ... . . .
M3,b35 IBM st, Ii Ii, 11 rs each.....
l'.r.-J and 1 W I eth st, b h, m I, 0 rs
FISHY st. f Ii, ll rs
Alley bet Mb. umllth, I. und M st, f Ii,
ro l ft,'i.'iiVmi,'7'r,,,.'.',''.'.V.',!i', '.!'.',!'.!'.
131 ami lIFlereost, f h, 0 rs
OIUHNst, bh, nil, 7r .-.
13HM333 Madison st,-f, t rs
Stable In nlley, bet 15th und Hall, K and
Lsts n vv
451 and IVI Ridge st, f b,Brs
3033 0th st, li Ii, 0 rs
llilll.tlist. fh, I rs
000 nud .'105 O sialic), t li, Irs
bill and MS Marion ullcv, f li, Irs..,
, , i.n.l t ,11 ., u ..Da. ,1. (
KO'ltolsillSSthst, bb.o'meacii !., Lbm)
113 to JS1) Fierce st, b h.ilrs , 1,HX)
l'or a term of 30 v rs n v aluabls pleio ot busi
ness property on iltli st, near l'u uiu n w;
rent (150 pn month und tuxes. Lessoi to
build on same; building to cost not less thou
II st, bet llh and 5th sts n e, rent per an
num (Ofl 00
UNIMPROVED I'HOFF.IITY FOR SALE.
X E cor SOlh and I sis n vv (5 00
Kst.betlUliiindnilistsii w I 50
Est, btt 15th nud Hilh sts n w 0 00
Mh tt, bet E Cap and A sts n o 1 00
O st, bet 1st nml lid sts n w 1 00
7th st, aliivo (irunt ove n w 50
HOUSES FOIt RENT.
1217 Nstn w (fur), 1 1rs,
,. . HI 00
.... 50 It)
... 45 01)
,... 05 00
, .. Mi Ml
... 3.5 00
.. 35 00
., 35 M
iwi i-M n vi nun, ri rs
311 A stsc.ll rs
1303 list ne (fur), rs
IS'1 (,th sine, lira
1U17 S3d ft n ,U is
1131 N, I aven w, Sis
.'XII Lstn w,7 rs
l.'IMi IsJstH w, Urs
3720 Jlstn vv, II rs
1217 31st st n w,l)r
11.15 Wtlist n w.Hrs ;.
MJUNstn w,h r
llli5th st ii e, il r
4313d st s w.brs
5 Cham plain live, Ore ,,
2517M st n w, I rs ,
I, 5 and II Froclor's alley n w, I rs,. .
7 and H Hoi e avc ss', I rs
1133 (iieens ulley n w-,3 rs..,,,
In sums lo suit at I! per rent.
heal estate investment.
Safe as T,H. lends. Six per cent., pay able
qiiurterl), In sums of fl.mo. Small premium
Iho shovels only a portion of the property
on my looks. For full list cull ut offlrn (or
bulletin Issued on tl'e 1st and 15th.
T E. WAOOVMAN.
i on itn.vr- itoovis.
ITtOR RENT 131 0TII ST N W-PAltLoTt
and other rooms; with or without hoaid
TOlt HENT-VKItY DKSIRAIILE ROOTITj
.JFJ turnlslieil or unrurnislied, as isrilea may
dislre. SHlCstnw 13-St
V7 0W IS THE TIME? WE WILL F.Y
J "big money" lor gents' flrel-clw see
ond hand clothing. Address or call at
J I S'l 1 1 'SOLD STAND, MO list, n. w
" .MtlNHlTTO I.O.VN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL F.sTATK OR
tlrsl-elass securities at lowest rotiit of
Interest. No deiloy where security I good.
O (' (HtEKN,
OOJIthst n w,
il IN ALL SUMS,
10 LOAN OX HEAL EsTATF. SECURITY,
AT S AM) 0 l'ER CENT,
il. 51. PARKER,
ONEY '10 LOAN
In sum to suit.
On Appioved Real Estalu security.
11. II. WARMIH A CO,
Old F st n vr.
ATTORN in TI.AW,
MC, D street uorlhwosl,
Washington, 1). C,
Webstir Law Hiilldliig.
Residence', 1101 ! street northwest.
-f F. JtcAULEY
Vrivato l.ssuntln IjiiyuvgeM.
Ancient and Modern,
decOlm IB I strut t n w
( 0MMlSSlOM.lt OF HI. 1. IIS.
" S.HIKDY COM ROFDF.LIHFi'IH LL
V . States and Territories. 4t8 La avc opp
rpnr. ih'ikat fennhylvana" houte
JL to the North. West ond Houtlm-csl.
llotiblo Track. Splendid Hrcncrv.
Steel Halls. Magnificent Equipment.
In ErrccT NorEuncii El, is;).
Tralhs leave Wa.hlnttton, from station, corner
of Sixth and II streets, as follow s;
Foil 1'iTT'iii'iiri and the West, Chicago Limited
ExprrM of Pullman Vestlbulo Cars nt 10 Son
m dallyi Fast Line, MAO n m dally In Chl
capo, Columbus anil St Louis, with Farlor
Car Harrlsburg to I'lttsburg nnd Sleeping
Cars from I'lttsburg to Indianapolis, I'ltta
bnrgto Columbus, Allium to Chldgo. St
Louis, Chicago and llnclnnitl Express, all
pni dally I'nrlor Car Washington to Harris
burg, and Skeplhg l ars llarrlshurg to St.
1 mils, Chlengo and ( liirlnnatl, anl Dining
Car Harrlsburg loM Lords, Chlrgo mtil On
elunatl. Western Exprrss at 7.W i m dally,
Willi sleeping Cars Washington to Chll,:fi
nnd St. Louis, roniirellngdaliy at Harrlshurg
wlth through hhepers for Loulsvltlo antl
Memphis, I'ullman Dining Car I'lttsburg to
Itlchinoiid and Chleago. Pacific Exprc
HMO pm dally, for l'lltsburg Bnd the Wtst
with through sleeper to Pittsburg and l'ltts
burg to Chicago.
HALTIMOHH AMI FOTOMAO HAILKOAD
Foil KNr, Canandslgua, Hochcstcr and NI
agarn Falls dallr, ixcepl Sundav, 8.10 a m.
Foil Emr, Canandiilgnn nnd Kochestcr dally,
for llutralo nnd Niagara dally, except Satur
unlay, 1U (Kip m, with Sleeping Car Wa-h
Imrton to Rochester.
j mi i ii i lAMM-nitT, iiornefir
Fall, 7 lllpin dnllv. except
hlf eiilnjr t'nr W nli1nctiin to 1
Foil WILLIAMSl OUT, IICIIIIVII i
Foil VV niiAMsi'oiiT, llorhesler and Niagara
nnd Elmlrn. at
luiu ii in uaiiy exrein siinosy
Fon WiiitAMSi'miT nally .Vlipm
Foil I'lill Alii l viiia. New Y'nrk and Iho East,
7.S0,!im, II inland II 11a m, 3.10, a 15, 4.20,
5 41). into ami 1115 ii in. (in Sunday, tioo.
It 1(1 a in, '-'.io, :.15, (211. 1(10) and Ill5pm
Limited Express of Pullman Farlor Cirs,
with Dining Car IMtlmoro to Now Y'ork, tl.lU
n m ilttllv. except Sunday
Fnu Niw i nrk mile, Limited Express with
Dining Car, 5 nop in dallv.
Fnu I'liiLAiiiLriiiA only, l'Vt Express 810 a
tu w cek dai s and t p m dally. Expre", Sun
day only D 40 p in.
Foil HiKTiiv without change, S.V) a m week
davs and ,'1.15 p m rvcry dav
Fnu hnooM.YN, N. V., all through trains con
nect at Jersey City with bunts ot Hrmiklyii
Annex, utrnrdlng direct transfer to Fnlton
street, avoiding double ferriage across New
Fon Atlantic Citv, 11,10 n m week-da). 11 1)1
p in. dally,
Foil Hai TiMonr. B.15, T.2D, 8.10, tl 00, B 40, 10JV.I
HI .'.(Ml ctiiimril 10 am ; 12 Ki, 3.10, 0.15, a 30.
I (Ml. J.S0. 4. Til. 5 (HI, 5 1(1, 0 (10, 7. 10, 10 IK) and
11.05, p m. On Similar !K.l. (Ml-., I0.V). It.CI
n m; it.iii. 0.15, o:m, 4 bo, 1 so, 5 no, 5 40, urn,
7 10, 1(1 (ill and ll.V. p in.
Foil I'oi-l's CurrK l.isr, 7.20 a tu ond 400 p
m dully, except Sunday.
Fun AsvAi-niis, 7.V0 nnd ll 00 a In:13n5and
4 !i0 p m dally, except Sunday Sundays,
WASHINOTO.V SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
In Errrtr KovrHjirn Si, WiO.
Foil Al.r.XAKtilllA, 4 50. 0 55, 7.15. CIO, 1113.
10 57 a in, 13 Ol noon, 3 05, 5 10, I 33, 4.55, (1 01,
H m, 10 or, and 11.01 p m. On Sunday ut 4.00,
7.4..13, 1057 a m, 2:), 0 01, tUN and 10 05
AicoMsiniiATiov for Ousntlro7,t" a in and
1 55 ;i in week days. 7.15 n m SitmUvs
Fnu Riciivionii and tho South, 1 30 and 10.57 n
in dally. Accommodation 4.55 p m week
Tiiaiss lenvo Atoxandrln for Washlnrlon.
ii in, 7.(0. s 00, n ll), io 15, 11.07 a m; l.ai.o (in.
3 50, 5.10, 0 05, 7 (15, B BO, 10.N1 nnd It (Tip m
ln Sunday nt 9.10 ond 11.07 n in; 3 00, 8.10,
7 (15, 7.VI, 11 30 nud 10 50 p. m.
Tickets and Information nt the office, north
east corner ot Thirteenth street anil Pennsyl
vania nTinuc, and at the station, where orders
rnn be left for tbo cheeking ot baggago tu
destination from hotels nud residences.
CHAS, E. I'FOII. J. It. WOOD,
Ccueral .Manager. Gen. 1'ass. Agent.
ALTl.MOIiH A OHIO RAILROAD.
clledlllc In effect November IB, 1(03.
Lenve Washington tro-n station corner of New
Jersey avenue and U street.
Foil Ciiicaoii nnd Northwest, Vcdibnlcd
Limited expiess dally 11.00 a m, express
S.tu p m.
Foil Cincinnati. St. Louis nnd Indlnnnpoll,
cxptess dally, 0 Ml and 11,00 p ni.
Foil I'lTTpni'iiti and Cleveland, express dally,
MM' a m und S.50 p in.
Foil I.kximitov and points In the Shenandoih
olle),1l() I'ln ni.
Foil WiMiirsTm und way stations, 15.T) pm.
I'oii Luiiav, H.W I in.
Foil llAiTintiiir, week da)s, 105, 5ft), fill,
7A0, 7.10, (S00, 15 mlnutcsl, 800, 0 05, 11.01,
(13 00, 45 minuter), n in, 13.10, 3 15, 3 50, ('1 15
15 minutes), 0 35, 135, t .W (300, 15 minutes),
5U5, 5 IJI, U 10,0.15, 0.SH, 715, 7. W, II Oil, 10 0)
nnd 11.00 p m. Sundajs, 1 05, 7.!M, 7 ), H.s,l,
ll 30 n m, (13li, IVinlnutcs), 100,3.15,30,
0.35, (fit. (SCO. 15 minutes), 5 05, Oil), 6.15,
li.CO. 7.DI. 0 (JO, 10 Oil, 11 10 p in.
Foil Wav Stations between Washington and
lialtlraole, 0 00, 0 05, H 00 n 111, 12 10, 5.35, 4 1),
HAD, 7 hi, 11.00 ii ni. Sunda) s, &30 a m, l.oo,
S.S5, 4 0, li 0. 7.00, It W) i m.
T iiaiss ll vvk Halllmore for Waslilngton veeek
dins, 5 (C), li 3(1. 11.00, 7.15, 7.30, H 00, H 'II, K .15,
P.fO, 1010, 10 05 ll li ; UOU, 13 10,3 10, 3 01,
tl.ru, 4 15. 5 00,11(10, I. SO, 7 IB, 7.0(1, 7.4), S.30,
II 05, 10 1(1. 10.30 nnd 11.00 p in. Sunduts, h 10,
7.15, 8 30. B 55. 0 it), 10 30, In 05 m:R bl, 1 05,
3.10, 300, -1.15, 500, Ii20, ".05, 7.')0, 7. Ill, S.O1),
Fon ANVArtiLis, ikSS and 8:.ni, 13.10 and
4.V5 p m. Snndovs, 800 n m, I 'W i m.
Leave Annapulls ll 01, H.07 am, 13 05,350 p
m. Sundays, 8 00 a in, 055 p in
I'nu Stationh on tho Metropolitan Branch,
III Mi. (HOD a m. (1.15 p m, For principal
stations only, tlO.lQu in. t4..IO aniHfi 0) n m.
Foil OAlTiiFiisiiritu and intermediate points,
111 CO, J1U (111, u ni, 113.60, 13.33, 1101, 3.35.
$10 no, 111.05 p ni.
Fon Bom's and intermediate elation;, ?.'
Ciil'iiin tiiain leaves Washington nn Sund-iy
nt 1.15 p in, stopping at nil station' on Met
Fon Fiimiiiici.. 111.00, 8 30, pa), 111.30 nm,
11.15, 13 :l, 11.0) pm.
Fon Haoi ustow t, 110 10 a m, and 3 V) p ni,
Tiiains arrive from Cbleigo daily 11.50 n m
and 1 45 p m; from ( Inciiinall und St. I o.ils
dally 0 till m and 2.05 p m; from l'ltthurg
..io a m, s.vip miiant,
HOY'AL BLUE LINE FOIt M'.W OIIK AND
FnnNiw Y'tnth, 1 rciiton und the EjsI, ti)5,
18 (0, 10,(11, li 00 u ni, 3 50, S (U and 10.O)
pm. Buffet Farlor Cars tin all day tnln
Sleeping Cor on tho 10. 'II p m, open ni n.'O
Foil Boston 2.V)p ni vilth Fullmvn ILitfet
Sleeping Car running through to llssitm
vtlthoiit ihange, via rotighkecpsle. Bridge,
luiidirg passingcrs In H. A .'!. station ut 1) is
Foil 1'iin.ApiariiiA, l (n, 18ft), 10 03, Vi.ty
noon, S 50, 5 ui, sfi 15 and 'HI 00 p m
Foil Ni w auk, Del , Wilmington and Che-di r,
1 05. 18 UI a in, '13 on noon, "2 50, 5 l, H 15,
and iOrilp in. Limited expriss stujiplngn
W llnilugtuu only, 10.0(1 a in.
Foil ifcTKiiMrniATK points between Btltlmocd
and Philadelphia, 1500 and I7.30u m, UM,
3.25 p m,
Tiiains leave New Y'ork for Waihlngun,
UUi. 111,'IOa in, 3 00, O.IO, 5 01 p nt uu I
13 15 nlghr.
Tiiaiks Uuvo PhlladelphU fur Washington
4 21, 8.15, II.33m,1I 10, 1.11, 0 03, 7 J!
Foil Atlamic C'itt. 4 03 and 10 00 am, 1J.0)
nt on. Sundays, 4 05 a m, 13 ft) noon,
lEvcept Sunday. 'Dally. Sunday only.
Hoggogo called for and checkel trom hottls
and itsldenees by Union Transt.r Co. on orders
It ft nt ticket udlcrs, nil) and 1351 l'cunsylraiii
airline and at depot
J T. OUELL, CHAS. O. SCFLL,
(tn, Manager (len. Pass. g't
1)1(01 OSALS FOR CHAMlINt, BUILDINa
o 7 at the Navy Yard, Washington, I)
c Into an apartment house of three stories for
nltleers' quartets Bureau of Yard and Dovk.
Navy Dejiartinent, Washington, D C Deeein
ber 10, 1810. Senlvtl proposals. In duplicate. In
ilotsed "Propossls tor Ortlrrra' Ijiiarlers at
Washington, will be received at this Bureau
unlit 12 o'clock uooi i 1 1'KsIlAY, JANe
ARY n, IS1!!, and publlrly opened Immediate r
thtteoftet- peelfllllons and blunk forms of
proi o-als villi be forwarded upon sipllratlo
lo this Bureau, or in the Coniniandnnt of til
Navy Yard, Ws.hlngton, I) C BldJrrs ni
expectid to fully Inform themselves of Bi
tharactrrnt tie work required by visiting til"
Y nrd or Bureau, wbero plans may bo evainlno I
Responsible security will bo required for the
ralthful perfurmnnio ot the contract, and tho
right Is riser wd lo I eject auy or all proposal
not deemed advantageous to the (lovtrnnicnt,
nlid to waive defects, A bond for tho sum ot
two thousand dollars ((t.Oftl) must accompany
bids for the work. N, 11. FAHIJI'IIAII, Chief
of Hurinu, decll-itaw,lw
lKFlJlLS , AMI HJNT.JIHAV1S.
-VJEW YORK BUFFET.
403 TKNTll STREET N, W.
licit nud Purest Llqnora In tho City. lm.
JAMF.S 11. CHS1ELLO, Froprlclor.
WASHINOTO.V, D. C.
Ami) and Navy llendmiailtn.
Four Irun Flr IWcupt
JIHIMS-Clniitl (I l'er D
-TILLAID'S HOI EL.
Y WASlII.N'f ION' ) c.
O. U. STAPLr
I ale of Tboutand Is llonf-'
(jvF JAMES HO'IIL,
Kl KUI'KAN l'l AN.
Math i rcet aid I'cunr-jlviulj avemie.
I WOODllll.Y l"roprl lor