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TnE CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 8, 1801.
TORREY BAiNKRUrT LAW.
J1IDOE EZIIA II. TAYI.OIl EXI'IjAINS
AND COMMKN'DS THE MCASUKE.
Sayi Terse In Stylo, Fair to llotli
Debtor mid Crnlltor nml 1'roVlitci
for Expedition nml Economy In tlia
Settlement of Kstntow It Exempts t!io
Farmer nml Wage-Worker l'rom In
The Hon. Kzrn 11. Taylor, chairman of
tho Committee on tho Judiciary of the
Houso of ltoprescntntlvOT, In dlscusslui;
with a reporter tlio measures ponding be
fore CoiiKrcn said:
"I consider tho Torrey llnnkrupt bill
moot tho most lniiortatit manures now
before Congress, nrd Its enactment Is
being demanded by limine men In oil
f cctlons of tho country. Tho bill, in you
doubtless know, hns received tho npprovnl
of n National Convention, comioied of
tho representatives of tho commercial
bodies of tho United States, mid hundreds
of chambers, of commerce, boards of
trade, and other commercial and Indus
trial bodies, and has in addition tho In
iloreotncnt of thousands of cltlrcns of
tilery class and vocation throughout tho
What ts tho status of tho bill?
"It passed tho Houo July 21, ISOil, and
lias been favorably reported by tho Ju
diciary Committee of the Senate."
Will you kindly glvon general outline
of tho mcasurc7
"Tho provisions of tho bill arc, in brief,
"United Blatcs district courts havo orig
inal Jurisdiction, but State courts mny try
controversies Involving property rights.
"llcferccs aro to bo appointed by circuit
"Trustees will bo appointed
"Tho referee is to administer thocstnle
and return tho records Into tho court.
"Tho trustees shall reduce tho cstnto to
cash and distribute it Hi dividends to tho
creditors as soon us possible.
"A ?10 feo shall bo raid to tho clerk
when tho petition is Idol as his cntiro
compensation in tlio case,
"Tho (lovcrnment shall rccclvo 1 per
rent, on dividends paid by estates and half
that amount on dividends paid in compo
sition. . "Tho trustee shall recclvo from the cs
tnto flvo per centum on tho first W,000
paid out In dividends, two per centum on
"the second M.OOO, and one ier centtim on
"Tho refereo shall recclvo not to oxeced
$1,000 per annum and a (10 f coin each
case, lioth amounts, together with his
expenses, aro to bo paid by tho (lo em
inent. "Tho number of referees shall bo one
for each Judicial district, ond such addi
tional number as may bo necessary, not
to exceed 830.
"Acts of bankruptcy shall consist of
(within six months before tho filing of a
Iictltion in bankruptcy) concealment to
avoid tho servico of civil process; removal
of property to prevent its being lovled
niixati; departure or atoenro with Intent to
delay or defraud creditors; falluro for
thirty days to secure tho rclcaso of prop
erty levied upon; making n convevanco
with intent to defraud or delay creditor.);
tnnking a written declaration of in-i-olvcncv:
makim: an assignment, nro-
curing a Judgment or suffering n Judg
ment with intent to defraud or delay
creditors; Buffering an execution to bo re
turned uusatisllcil; suspending and not
resuming; payment of commercial paper
for thirty days; voluntarily petitioning to
l-o adjudged n bankrupt; making a con
veyance or suffering lirojierty to bo taken
vs Idle insolvent for the purpose of giving
n preference, or dealing in options while
"A person who owes $300, except n
national bank or n municipal corporation,
may become a voluntary bankrupt.
"A person who owes M00, except a
national bank, a farmer, a municipal or
religious association or a wage-worker,
may become un involuntary bankrupt.
"Compositions may bo confirmed after,
not before, tho bankrupt has been ex
uiulucd in open court or at n meeting of
creditors, and after the filing of the
Mhcduloof assets and list of creditor.
The court w ill not confirm tliocomposition
unless it is for tho best interest of all tho
creditors, and unless tho bankrupt lias
riot been guilty of any acts which would
prevent bis discharge. They will bo et
nsido within six months after beingmadc,
in the event fraud wus practised, ujxjn tho
hearing for confirmation.
"A dischurgo will bo granted to a per
son, not n coriiorntlon, when applied for
after two and within six months after tho
adjudication, unless it appear that tho
bankrupt has dono something in contra
vention to this act. Thodiscbargomay bo
M nsido within two years upon proof that
it was fraudulently ohtuincd.
"Tho exemptions of n bankrupt shall bo
the same as nro provided by tno laws of
"Preferred creditors aro defined, and U
n preference has been given, tho property
or tho value thereof may bo recovered by
"Debts which havo priorty nro thosa
which aro duo as taxes when tno property
Is subject thereto. Other debts h.iviii'i
priority are, tho clerk's fee. tho percent
lice fees, tho cost of administration, wair.w
duo employes according to tho laws of tho
State and debts which havo priority under
the laws of the United States.
"Dividends shall bo declared and paid
of (in equal percentage on all allowed
claims, of tho samo class as soon as possible.
"Liens obtained by compulsory process
within four months before tho filing of n
petition in bankruptcy shall bo dissolved
'by an adjudication. Liens given prior t
an adjudication in good faith, and not in
contemplation of bankruptcy and for a
present consideration, shall nut bo uffected
by tho act.
"Provisions aro made for all necessary
proceedings under tho net.
In conclusion, Judge Taylor said:
"In n legislative experienco ottondng
over more than ten years, I havo never
known n measure to bo presented to Con
gress tho enactment of which was moro
Kinerally urged than tho Torrey lt.ink
nipt bill. It is remarkable fur tho terse
iicjh of its style, tho fairness to both
debtor and creditor of Its provisions, nnd
tho expedition and economy It will neces
sitate In tho settlement of estates.
"I am of tho opinion, not only becnuso
its enactment is demanded by tho pcoplo
without rcfcrcnco to section or party, but
becnuso of tho merits of tho incisure, that
it should bo passed duilng tho present ses
sion." A MISTAKE AHOUT M'ADOO.
A CongresHimm Keuds Newrtpiipcr Men
it I.eutiiio for Inaccuracy.
"What's tho reason, I'd liko to know,
why newspaper writers can't tako tho
trouble to find out tho facts before they
cowritlngabout people? Oh, yes, I know
TunCiuTiols unusually free from errors,
but then you know even Homer nods at
"What's tho occasion of tills outbreak?
Why look nt this," and tho statesman, or
lenst Congressman, pulled Now Year's
Philadelphia Timet out of his pocket nnd
pointed to n paragraph in that pretentious
1-aper's Now York correspondence, in
which tliis statement occurs:
"McAdoo Is ono of thoso unfortunates
who was swept outof Congress by thotldal
wave of last November on account of his
high protection views."
"Now," went on tho Congressmen,
"that statement Is untrue, false, but lg
iiorantly rather than malaciuusly false.
JlcAdoo fell :i victim to faction, Ho was
not docile and dtutllo enough to suit thu
Hudson County and Jersey City illig. his
aUVtrUt consisting of onti county. They
have been trying to down him for
half n dorcn years, nnd lmvo nt
last succeeded, MoAdoo'a tarilf Iowi,
high or low, had nothing to do with It.
True, lib opposed Morrison's horizontal
Inrifl reduction, but hu voted for tho Mills
bill and against thu MeKinley bill. Now
paper men really ought to try to ha no-
urate when writing of publUnuen," and
thu Congressman fiowned u most porten
tous and statcsmanllko frown.
Tho Itefiigerntor lUmlillo.
Tho following from tho Now York lfcr-
Ul to-day serves still fnrthor to muddla
tho ltauin enso now under Investigation
before, n special committee of tho Home.
It is n statement from Miss Koush who,
it Is alleged, as published in Tun Oniric
yesterday, wants to go again licforo tho
commlttco to glvo additional testimony,
"I linvo never 'stated to two persons'
nor 'written to niiotlicr' that I was mis
understood in my testimony before that
romiiilttce, or that I had 'written 1,000
letters' for tho 'District of Columbia Uni
versal ltcfrigcrntlng Company.'
X IWIHU U1IU Jlllll, U-5 SIlllVll 111 IUV H"HI-
inony; 1 know nothing of tho District of
Columbia Universal ltcfrlgcratlng Com
1 any; I never 'worked for two months'
mi unolllclal business for General Kaiitn;
I bnvc no knowledge of General llussey's
connection with paid company: In fact, I
deny fit fofo tboassertion inado that I wish
in tho slightest manner to modify or
amend my testimony given before tho
It is understood that slio will bo sum
moned tooppcar before tho committee next
Tuesday, and also Mr. It. K, llogan and
Mr. II. I'. Dickinson, who aro named in
ouo of tho statements published as per
sons to win nt Mis Koush told the re
lNOALUS IS COJIINO.
Jtrprbllcnn Senatorial lenders Trying
to Corral n (lucrum.
Tho news that Senator Ingnlls has
started eastward, in response to urgent
telegrams from Senators Edmunds and
Hear, was received with somo enthusiasm
by the friends of tho Elections bill In tho
b'enate. Tho announcement had been
made that Mr lngalls intended to remain
in Topekn until thu Legislature hnd
elected ills successor and tho llepubllean
"i wroto one litter, ns siaicu in my tow-
ninnngcrs were very nuicn niruui mat
they would not havo u quorum of Re
publican Senators hero noxtweck,
Senator Paddock lias notified .Mr. Hoar
that lie cannot bo hero next week and
Senator Squire also has announced his In
tention to remain In the West for n week
or more. Mr. Paddock's engagement Is
for a business meeting, while Mr. Squire
is looking after his fences in Washington.
Urgent telegrams havo been tent to them
ami they may bo persuaded to return.
Kvrry llcpiiMlriin Vote Will lie Needed
111 thu Senate next week, as it is not un
likely nil effort will be inado to "set out"
tho Elections bill, and tho Democratic
Senators can bo rountcd on to break n
quorum If )03llilo J,y absenting them
selves from the chamber. As stated by
Mr. Halo nnd Mr. Teller during tho re
cent debato in the Senate, nothing has
been done publicly by the Democrats to
indicate that they Intended to filibuster
ngaltist the bill. As bearing on that point
tho assertion of n leading Democratic Sen
ator rcecntly-mny bo quoted, to tho clfect
that his party would "uso every fair and
honorable means to beat tho bill," wttli
the supplemental statement that tho
Democratic leaders had not put forward
their heaviest speakers yet.
THE HOKN TO I1LOW AT 7 A. M.
When Jerry Simpson Comes to Con
Brcas, Nays n Constituent.
A Democratic Congressman irom tho
wild nnd woolly West, who was, of course,
reekcled,hns received the following unlinto
nml Interesting cpistlo from nn old friend
who is now n resident of Kansas nnd n con
stituent of that redoubtablo nnd soekless
statesman, Jeiry Simpson. Tho letter is
ono of thoso that rcquiro no extended
ciiniucnt. It sneaks fur itself in no un
certain tones, though a trlllo wobbly in
its oitbi'grapby. Here it Is verbatim tt tit
tratlmt JCeicatunga Commoncho Co. Kansas
December. 21 1S0J
Old time and much liespcctcd friend
Sir: 1 thought 1 would drop you a few
lines t f o that you pot ther again in good
abut e And I am glad of It what Is tho
mater of Jerry Slinp'on from ower Dis
trict only that Ho docs not ware Socks
but wait untill ho comes To Washington
nnd then you will so ho Scs that Ho is n
going to make new Itulcs ho Pes congress
men .Must git up at half Past Six in tho
morning and nt Seven O'clock tho homo
will blow nnd then they nil Must go to
work or not git credit for n full day When
Jerry was out canvaslng this fall he ltoad
through tho country on a inula fed on
Souignm but ho got ther all tho Same
wo thought anything to beat old
John J. Ingells and wo hav him in tho
hole This trip ho is n (led coon tho Pcopcl
hav d roped on him And his llludy Shirt
Hackett we nil went in with Tho nllanco
and come near turning tho wolo Stato up
Side down I think wo will carry tho Stnto
for cleavhiud In 0- if we dout wo will
keep tho files of Ovo them tiicy will think
they had u fight At any ltato
1 so Old John M Palmer is good for tho
Senct from Ills good lor htm
Well will you bea so kind as to havo
Mo Sent Som garden seeds and othersceds
For my Self nnd n few neighbors from tho
agucnlturo Department at Washington
anil oblige your Old Timo Friend
P. H. tnko good care of Jerry Simpson
and Show him around when ho comes
uown to Washington
LONDON'S 11AIIV 1'AltMS.
Tho 1'ollcc Start il C'riisutlr. Against tho
Lomhijc, Jan. 3. Tho metropolis is con-
h nntly being horrified by tho discovery of
"baby farms," where Infants nro treated
in the crudest manner possible, but in
spitoof llio metropolitan polhothcso dis
graceful Institutions fiouiisli mid tip
patently ;iro only dlscovcied by accident.
At llrlxton, n portion of this city on tho
Surrey side of the Thames, a woman who
gave tho namo of Mrs. lleev c, and who is
known to havo figured under several
aliases, was arrested on the complaint of
her neighbors for carrying on tho Hlcg.il
business known ns "baby farming."
When tho police searched her rcsldcnco
they found tight emaciated, filthy, sickly
babies crowded into ono s;uall. Ill-ventilated
room. Apparently tho Infants wero
inn starving condition. In splto of tho
fact that the poor children were imme
diately given the best of medical attention,
and that they weru removed to moro
healthful surroundings, it is fcarod that
sumo of them will dio fiom tho effects of
tho courso of neglect and starvation to
which theyhavu been subjected by thu
Mis. ltceves.in any case, will hoprtuo
tutid to tho full extent of tho law, and
should ouo of tho children die, tho charge
of murder may bo inado against tho
"baby farmer." Tho police aro doing
their utmost to find tho parents of tho un
fortunate infants. .Should tho search of
tho authorities provo successful further
arrists will follow.
TIIK 1'OSTOmcK SITK.
I'm liter KxrrptloiiH Vitrei to tin,
Mrurtlmis to th C'ommlxiiluii,
Mr. It. Uoss Perry, trustee, to-d.iy filed
an exception to tho Instructions given to
tho commission appointed to condemn
squaru.'li), tho postolllco site. Mr. Perry
takes exception to so much of tho In
structions us excludes from thn conider
ntlon ofthocouimisslon, In estimating the
Miluo of tho lots in tho square, tho avail
ability of the utonf tho lots collectively
for uso as hotel, market huuso or other
largo priuilo building.
An exception Is taken to tho limitation
nf llin value to 1h nlaced tiv tho commis
sion upon such portions of tho original
lots in thosiiuaio, excepting such us uru
Included In tho alley running through tho
tquurc, and to so much of tho instructions
ns dlriet tho jury to glvo less than tho
vuluo of said portion of tho lots eMlniatod
as real c-tate field by a title in feo simple.
Klnnlly lie takes oxtepllon to the refusal
of liui court to Instruct tho comiutsdoii as
ci ccinlly prayed by tho exceptor.
A Small I 'he.
At 1 o'clock this forenoon nn alarm of
fitowns sounded from box "l.'l. Tho lire
was at No, Il'LT street and tho llamcs
w ere extinguished after SAW damages had
been done. Tho property was owned by
Dennis O'UiIrn anil occupied by Mrs,
Kliu f liven. Tho hitter's) loss on furni
ture was C76 with no insurance, but Mr.
D'llrlen Is fully Insured, Thu origin of
the lire is attributed to Mrs. Green's I-year-old
child who was playing with
Death uf Mi-, lllrney.
Tho wife of General lllrnoy, tho well
known Attorney, died this morning nfter
nu Illness of about a week. Tho c.iuso of
her dentil was pneumonia, caused by u
henvy cold received this winter,
A GAME OF CUT-THROAT.
SHEltMAN, M'KINLEY AND FflRAKKIl
KNCiAtiED IN PLAYINd IT.
The Latter Trying to Dulii-nll the Oilier
Two, Hoping to Kill llotli Oft" to His
Own Personal and Political Ailvant
ngc What Sherman nml 3ItiClnley
Ohio enjoys tho extreme felicity of mi
mini elections. Her Statu elections sand
wich between tho Presidential and Con
grcslonal contests. Tims every year tho
patriotic lluckeyo 13 nppealcd to
To Snu tlio Country.
Hols moro or less eloquently nsurcd
from n thousand stumps tlint tho eyes of
the country nro upon ldiu, Tho inoit Im
portant election In ten years, nt which
vital Issues nro nt stake, upon the deter
mination of which depends tho welfare
of tho State nnd tho prosperity of tho peo
ple, not to mention tho rest of tho United
Stntes, is field In Ohio In the full of tho
yenr with tho regulnrlty of the seasons.
This year Ohio elects n Governor. Two
years ago n Democrat wns chosen Gov
ernor. Lnst year n number of nblo Ho
publlcnn stntesmcr, bended by tho Nil
Joined the ltcnr Column,
tho charge of which had been consigned
tocx-OovcniorVornkcr. Kverslnco Hayes
was nominated for President In 187(1, nfter
carrying tho State In tho previous year,
defeating "Itlsc-Up" William Allen, tho
average Ohio politician lias como to look
upon tho gubernatorial chair as n possible
stepping-stone to tho White House.
in view of these tilings It Is not won
derful that thp political cauldron in Ohio
should always bo at the boiling point. So
notorious is the clashing of tho ambitious
of her favorito Itepubllcan sons that it
has been said that when three of them
ore together two of them aro probably
planning to cut the other one's throat,
while the odd ouo is scheming to place 11
can of dynamite In tho coat-tails of tho
The three great leaders of tholluckcye
Itcpubiicans just now aro
John SJlicrinnn, AVIlllnni MrKlnley, Jr.,
nml Joseph llensmt l'drnbcr.
If tho latter loves either of tho others ho
has been careful nut to make his love pub
lic. And whtlo the ambitions of tho
former two touch and oven cross, yet they
have heretofore held to each other much
as two pieces of ico which nro frozen to
getherunited by their frigidity rather
than welded by their warmth.
Kvor slnco McKlnloy's
Gnllnnt Fight Against Hopeless Odds
last November, when ho camo so near
winning n victory, it has been regarded
by tho public, outslilo of Ohio, at all
events, us certain that MeKinley would bo
thcllcpublicnn nominee for Governor this
year, nnd that, l( successful, ho might bo
nominated for President, this last rather
contingent upon tho promised reaction in
favor of tho McKlnloy TnrliT net.
AVIthln tho past few days tho public has
been surprised, not to say stunned, by
numerous dispatches emanating from
Columbus, whoso purpose Is to boom
Kenntor Hhcrmnn for Ooirrnor.
This was supposed to bo an Initial move
to enable him to reach tho White
Houso by n series of easy par
allels nnd covered approaches. Secretary
lllainc, tho dispatches claimed, was
cognizant of this plan nnd approved it.
To the minds of thoso who nro uwnro of
tho years of antagonism between theso
two eminent Itcpubiicans tho report was
unworthy of credence. Their hostility
lias been oiicn and at times bitter. Uosldes,
lllaluc's booms havo always had lllaluo
fur the chief beneficiary.
Tho real reason of tho Sherman guber
natorial boom appears at this distnuco
A I'oriilcr Movement
to use Sherman to kill off MeKinley.
This accomplished Sherman wus to bo
dropped and Congressman More', or sinno
other Forakcr man, was to bo nominated
for Governor. Korakcr himself, In tho
meantime, was to capture tho Legislature
unit como to tho Senato as Sherman's suc
cessor. Thus Korakcr would succeed in
his llttlo dynamite scheme.
When Senator Sherman was nsked
about theso reports ho replied:
"1 huvo not been consulted by any of
my Ohio friends about tho gubernatorial
nomination. Certainly tho uo of my
muno in connection with it is entirely un
authorized. It looks to mo ns though
Tlio Newspaper Bleu Wcro Amusing
Askcil about tho Idea that Foruker and
his friends wero using his namo to pre
vent McKIuley's nomination, tho Senator
"I do not caro to say anything about
Asked if he would accept a nomination
for Goveriior ho answered:
"It will be time enough for mo to an
swer that question after tlio nomination
has been tendered to me. At thls-tltuo I
hardly think it would be proper for 1110 to
fay what I would do 111 any luturoeontin
gency." Mnjor McKlnlcy declined to say any
thing. Ho wus
.Silent, Solemn anil Spliynx-I.lke.
Murat Halstead was hero 11 day or two
ago nnd took breakfast with Senator Sher
man, nnd hud 11 conference with Major
MeKinley later. Ho said ho wns hero 011
private business, but the Ohio politicians
believe it was political and was caused by
tho Columbus dispatches referred to.
An Ohio man said to-day, speaking of
"It is significant In this wholcafl'uir that
Srrntrli 11 Micrmnii lloonmr
you linnriobly find a member of tlio Kor
akcr rear column."
And ton man safely ensconced in tho
upper branches of tho buckeye trco It
docs look significant.
DeploiliiK General Spinner's Death.
At n meeting of the olllccrs and clerks
of tho United States Treasurex-'s office,
held yesterday evening, resolutions de
ploring tho death of General Kranels J J.
Spinner wero adopted. Assistant Treas
urer Whciplcy w 111 attend tlio funeral as
the representative of tho Department. An
oil piuntlng of tho deceased lias been pur
chnted nnd has been placed nt thocn
traneo to tlio cash-room.
Want tlio i:itctloi lllll l-iiol.
ThoT. II. Iteed Itepubllcan Association
held n meeting last night nt which resolu
tions worn adopted asking the Senate to
puss the Pederal Elections bill as 11 safe
guard for tho ballot in nil sections of tho
country, also extending thanks to thn
Iteiuiblleaii Senators who supported tho
hill, and finally indorsing the action of
Mr. Itieil as Speaker of the House.
Temporary Injunction (Irnntcil,
Justice Iliadley to-day granted a tcnix
rary order restraining James If. Marr
from selling sub-lots L'5 to .1H inclusive, In
square s'.lj of this city. J ho order was
granted on 11 petition filed by Jacob 1).
Ketch against Marr, John T. Mcintosh
Only One lllililer.
lllds wero opened to-day for furnishing
thu District with a.Vl.000 asphalt paving
blocks. Tho only bidder was tlio Man
laud Paving Company, which iigieod to
furnish blocks at tho rate of fcT!l.83 per
A clergyman, after ycirs of suffering
fiom that loathsome disease, Catarrh, and
vainly trying every known rente ly, at
last found a prescription which completely
cuieil nnd saved him from death, Any
suflerer from this dreadful dlseaso sending
n self-addressed stamped envelope to Pro
fessor J. A, l.uwumo, 8i Warren Street,
New York, will receive tho ledpo frcoof
3litdu un Assignment.
Tho Clark Cycle Company of Haltliuoro
has inado un assignment for tho benefit of
Its creditors to Thomas It, Clcudiiicu,
Suits and Overcoats reduced to JO.OO.
i:iacnian tiros., Seventh and K.
ANOTHKIt SKIUMISH IICI'OKIT.!).
I'rrpnrntlons llclug Jlaile nt linn ltblgo
Pini: IttDor. Aiiocy, H. I)., Jan, il.
After tho arrlvnl of tho scout, yesterday
morning, who brought tlio report that tho
hosliles had Just brought fourteen cavalry
horses with bridles, saddles, etc., Into their
camp, another scout brought n second
report to tho effect that a skirmish had
Scout No. I "aid Unit ho learned that
thn Cheyenne Imstlles mada a ruh upon
n squad of Carr's Sioux scouts 011 Grass
Creek Thursday night and had killed
several of thcin, Grass Creek is n small
and nearly dry stream and runs about ten
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Jiilicn jioiui mm nulla hum ,, iiiiu ,,, v,
about eighteen or twenty mile north of
Wounded kneo postollice, tho silo of lost
Monday's battle and In tlio near vicinity
of which Carr Is report cd ns now In cainp.
When thu scout asked whether any sol
diers were engaged in the skirmish, ho
Was told they were, but that they took
verv little nart in It. As vet tho authori
ties; hn 0 been tillable to get ot tho bottom
of tlioieport regarding
in mo nostnu ciinip.
Inlcad of cautioning tho troops to
keep In n huddled condition, In tho cen
tre of the camp, ns General llrooko had
them, General .Miles has thrown them
Into permanent picket lines uimiii tho top
of tho rldgo that encircles tho agency
valley, nnd Is hnvlng rillo pits
nnd bonrd shelters built for them,
the ono for uso in enso nf nttnek nnd tho
lntter to shelter them while oft duty. In
other words, instead of tho agency build
ings surrounding tho soldiers, the soldiers
nto to surround the agency. Indeed, dur
ing tho brief timo slnco General Mites' ar
rival thcro tho entire face of affairs hns
undcrgono n radical change.
Tlio wounded soldiers passed n comfort
able day. Tlio attending surgeons say
they never saw more frightful wounds tu
their lives, tlio cloo range at which most
of tlio wounds weru received having re
sulted In unusual laceration,
lleginiilng to-day, a daily bulletin will
bo Issued by those in chargo of the hospi
tal, which will bo much appreciated by
those having friends among the wounded.
A dispatch was received this morning
by Indian Commissioner Morgan from
Indian Agent Itoyer, at PinolildgoAgeney,
dated yesterday, in which he says:
"Day school building nnd Kpiseopal
Church, located on While CIny Creek,
some (llstnnco from tho agency, was
burned by hustllo Indians. Isaac Miller,
n w hlta man, nnd former employe In con
nection with tho herd of "beef cattle, was
killed by hostllo Indians yesterday ten
miles north of tho agency. About
three thousand men, women and children
nro cnnijied near the month of Grass
Creek, fifteen miles northeast of agency,
who nro hostile nnd refuse to como into
tho ngency, as requested by tho mllitury.
They are committing nil kinds of depreda
tions and living off our agency beef herd.
Llttlo Wound, illg ltoad. Jled Cloud, nnd
their people nro among tlicni, and it Is rc
or!od tiiat they want to como into tlio
agency, but Two Strike, Short Hull, Kick
Inc Hear, and their neonlo oblect. one
that they will kill tho first ono that starts
to tlio neencv
Cloud Is desirous nf cmnlni to his home.
Mojor-Gciicjid Sejiolleld to-day received
tho following telegram from General
Miles, dated Pino Kidgo Agc-ncy, January
'J: "Telegram last night should read SuO
Instead 01 100. Thcro is 11 report from tho
Indian rami) this a. 111. that Kcd Cloud
nml Llttlo Wound nro determined to como
In With their following. Ulicir lives have
been threatened by tlio hostlies, who nro
determined to go to war. There Is also a
report from tlio same sourco of an engage
ment between tho Indians and thocavalry,
In which quite 11 number of soldiers wero
killed ond somo Indians, If tills is cor
rect, it is probably 011 tlio lino of tlio
Whlta Hirer. General llrooko now has
the command of that lino nnd will give
the ncectsary directions."
HIT A CAKTH1IKJI'..
Tin- l'owdcr-llousn Illen UnnmlTnclvo
Men AVrrn Killed.
Uaoii: Pass, Tnx., Jan. 3. Lnst Mon
day morning fifteen miners entered tlio
)owdcr-houso of the Pinoles' Mining
Company nt Diirungo, Mexico, to procure
their weekly supplies. Ono of them at
tempted to secure tho cap on n dofeetlvo
fuse by biting it. Tho cap exploded nnd
set oit tho entire explosive contents of tho
powder !: Twelvo men wero killed
outright, nnd tho remaining three cannot
IN TIIK tlKIJIINAli COUKT.
JiKtlcn lllnglinm Imposes Hcntriires
Vpou Contlctcrt Ofleiiilerii.
Two railroad engineers of tlio Pennsyl
vania road wero rrraigned before Chief
Justice llliighum in tho Criminal Court
to-day. Henry lioycr was. charged with
having run n stenm engine, nt n rate
greater than twelvo miles per hour on Oc
tober !, 18S0, nlong K street. Jerry
O'Hricn, the other engineer, wns charged
with having committed the same viola
tion of tho police regulations on August
20, 18N). Tboy both pleaded guilty nnd
wero sentenced to pay 11 lino of $10 each
nnd costs. Tho forfeiture of tho rccog
nlrnnco w ns set aside.
Two young colored bovs, William N.
Howard nnd 'William Wilson, who stole
a quantity of property from tho rcsldcnco
of Mrs. J'.lla A. llarban, No. It Seventh
stieet southeast, wero brought Into court
for sentence. They told an Improbable
story to tlio Court of 11 man having given
them tlio proiicrty. Justico Hinglinm, In
sentencing (hem, said that bo could not
send tlio boys to tho Itcform School, be
cnuso that Institution was already crowded.
Ho did not consider the District jail u
sufficiently reformatory Institution, and
therefore tent Howard nnd Wilson to tho
Albany Penitentiary fur fifteen months
Shirk Smith, the colored shoemaker
who wns found guilty on December 111 last
of nn ussault on Alice Webster, n young
ccloicd gill, was sentenced to the peniten
tiary for fifteen months. Smith claimed
ids innocence, and said that tlio caso was
n put-up job on him. His counsel, Mr.
W heeler, filed n bill of exception, and tho
inso w ill bo certified to tlio General Term.
LIz7lo Williams, ?ii.i l'.llza Krey, tho
colored woman who nibbed Otto Klen
helm, n young German, 011 October fl last,
was arraigned for sentence. I.lziio asked
for tho merry of tlio Court, but her pre
vious leeord was not found to bo L'ood. al
though she hod heretofore escaied con
dition. Slio was bent to Albany for two
William W. Gould, who has been in
dicted for violating tho lottery laws by
selling Louisiana Stato Lottery tickets; np
peaiid hi the Criminal Court tn-duv. mid,
uu motion of his counsel, A. II. Williams,
enteied n nlea of uulltv to thu chan:o.
Gould said that liuhad always believed
tlio business of selling lottery tickets wns
lawful, and when ho found it was unlaw
ful hu abandoned it. it was not his In
tention, he said, to engage in tlio business
In tho future. Ho was sentenced to pay a
lino of JoO on e.uii of tlio four counts con
tained In tho Indictment, making the total
In tho caso of Goorgo linker, James
falter, Alexander John, James (ox and
Gcoigo Carroll, tho llo negro sailors
charged with mutiny by Cuptnln Prank
lithercdgo of tlio schooner Ulni City, 11
motion wns filed to-day by their counsel,
Mr. Taylor, to quash tliolndlctinent. Tho
sailors wero committed to jail oil Novem
ber 21 last by U. S. Commissioner llundy
nml weru Indicted December I".
Tlio Oilier Al'im l.tite.
llenjauiliilllatliyn win charged in tlio
Foliio Court to-day with disorderly con
duct. AsOIIUer Lynch, thu pio-secutlng;
witness, was not present, Judge Miller
illni!ssiil the ease. Jirt nn tlio defendant
wicswalltliiK out of the court-room tho
otlleer eaiiio in witli another Information
(liarKiuitltlatliyu with an asMtult unoii
John Trilling His Honor sabl that It
was not proper to tlio Informations in
tills way, mid ho cautioned thu ollleer
not to do so again. The ease was then
heard, and TrfilliiK's mother testllled that
there was no assault at all and that her
son was, u very had hoy, Klio had no con
trol over him and had nsked Mr. lllatliyn
to nlil her In governing, him. Tlio defend
ant was dismissed.
Indigestion, and Etemach disorders, uso
linoWK'S IHOM lUTTKHB.
All doalors keep lt, CI per bottlo. Genuine hM
trado-uiaik cxd cie.i--cd icd liccs on wrapper.
GLfcASON AND CAItSON, TUB KKl'Ull
1 I.ICAN LlIAllKltS, AT OUTS.
The Vormer fur Illnlne, Hie loiter for
lini risim A Ilattle, More or Less
Itnyai, Kxpeelcil " Haz7ers" anil
Slilllalnhs to the Pore.
flits town Is not much given to politics
on account of the fact that wo do not oil
Joyihccicctlio franchise, but every four
years tho "boys" havonlittlo diversion
hi WAV nf plprltlli tiro ilolrtrnlivl in llin
--,. -- o- n -
national conventions. Andrew Gleasou
nnd Colonel Perry Cnrson have heretofore
been the Kopuhltcnu leaders and have
usually elected themselves ns delegates.
To accomplish tills result they would
havo to glvo nnd tnkosniuo pretty hard
knocks in tlio city convention, but by
good generalship they always managed to
lay out their opponents.
Now there Is n painful rumor to tho
These Two Stntesmni ltnio fpllt
nnd will go Into tlio next convention encli
prepared to "do up" tho other. Colotul
Carson Is nlrcndy honing up his "rnzzer,"
while Andy Is brushing the cobwebs from
And tho cause of this unpleasantness?
President Hcnjamln Harrison nnd his
premier, Jnincs O. Illnlne. It seems thnt
Colonel Cnrson, who bus recently hooked
An l'nsy lYilcrnl Jul,,
thinks that tho country wilt bo In great
danger of collapsing unless President Har
rison is renominated nnd re-elected. He
hns therefore served notice on Olensou nnd
niiothcr followers of tho Plumed Knight
thnt they might ns well understand first
ns lnst that ltnrrison delegates must nnd
snail no eiceieu irom the j;itinct of Co
lumbia. ?lr. Glenson, who hasn't n Kcdernl of
fice, and could not bo Induced to accept
one, is determined to send Ulnlno dele
gntes, nnd ho hns notified Colonel Carson
that he Is ready to make the light on tho
llnrrlson vs. Illiilnr
Itwlllboan exciting battle, nnd ono
thnt the disinterested will enjoy. It Is
understood that the contest will bo fought
out within six or seven months, as pres
sure is already being -brought uihhi the
rbalimau of tho Central Committee by
both tlio Harrison nnd tho Illnlne forces
to call thn primaries nbont Juno or July
next. If tills bo dono tho District ilf
Columbia will enjoy the distinction of
electing the first delegates to the conven
FINANCIAL AND COMMKItCIAL.
New Ynruc, Jim. 3. Money 011 call
loaned nt 3l ier cent.
Kxclinngc closed steady; iostcd rates,
4MJW8r; actual rates, 1781(3170 for sixty
days niuH60((J-lS(!l for demand.
Governments closed steady; currency
O, HWuiclf -is, coupon, l'JI bid; -IJ, do.,
The Stock Market tins morning wai
dull, only MOJW) shares changing hands.
At tho oi'enluL' the bears made a demon-
stlation against the IR and some of the
ll't declined fractionally. Louisvillo and
Nashvlllo was especially weak, and de
clined J percent. Immediately after tlio
opening, however, tho selling censed, nnd
on seme buying prices began to recover.
Lackawanna was esK'cinlly strong, nd
viiniiiig 13 percent, tp 1"IJ. Tho remain
der of tho list recovered tlio opening de
cline by U o'clock, nnd In some cases
irnttlcnni advances nu lnst input's figures
wero established. After 11 o'clock there
wns ccii'idcrnble selling which caused
prlres tongaln deellno In tho first nf tho
licur. 'Thu bank statement, which made
its nppeaianco about ll:.'!i), showing nn In
crinseof Sti'd ,0."i0 in tho reserves, was n
signnl for renewed buying, and tlio figures
were generally tlio best of thu day, nnd i
to 1 per cent, higher than yesterday.
Washington Rtocti Kxclinngc.
Itejioited for Tnr.CniTia byGurlov .t
Stevens, real cstnto nnd local securities,
1335 V street northwest.
Sales Itcgular call, 12 o'clock m.
Kcklngton & Soldiers' Homo H. It., a a
IX); 3 nCO; llijiK). American Grapho
pltone, fiO n 125; CO n lii; 50 u 122.
Miscellaneous Donds W. A G. It. It.
10-iO (XinH-'23, 100; W. & O. II. 11. con
vcrtlbjfc W, 100; Masonic Hall Associa
tion, fa, C 1888,-103: Waslu Market Co.,
1st niort. Gs, 10S: Wash. Lt. Infantry, 1st,
C8. 10O1, CO; Wash. Lt. Infantry, il, "s,
HXH, fli; Wash. Gaslight Co., Scr. A. 0s,
113; Wash. Gaslight Co., Ser.H, (X lHj!
Jintional Hank Stocks Hank of Wash
ington, J.30; Jiank of Kepublio, 200; Metro
politan, 270; Central, 300; Farmer and
jucciinnics, I'M; citizens', 1711; uoiumuia,
163; Capital, 120; West IJnd, 05; Traders',
118: Lincoln, Hjn.
liailrcnd Blocks Wash, and Geo., 210;
Capitol and North O Street. BO: George
town and Tennallytovfn, l";"l'ck'ton A
Sol. Home, 58.
Insuranco Stocks Firemen's, 40;
Franklin, 50; Metropolitan, 80; National
Union, 171; Arlington, 105; Corcoran, OS;
Columbia, 11; Ocimaii American, 105;
Potomac, 85; Hlggs, 71; People's, oj Uu
coin, 5; Commercial, I,
Tlilo Insuranco Stocks Heal Hstato
Title, 13; Columbia Title, 11.
Gas and Kleitrlc Light Stocks Wash
ington Gas, -10J; Georgetown Gas, 18;
U. S.Klectiio Light; 135.
Telephone Stocks Pennsylvania, 25;
American Graphophone, 12; C'hes. A
Miscellaneous stock Washington Mar
ket, 17; Hull Hun Panorama Co., 18;
National Safe Deposit, 200; Pneumatic
Gun Carriage, ; Wash. Iian A Trust
Co., 4; American Security A Trust Co.,
01; Wash. Safe Detioslt, 120.
Chicago Wheat Mnikvt.
Ciiic.voo, Jan, 3. Opening Wheat
May, 001. Com May, 02. Oats May,
-4 12. P01 k January, Sio.3.5; May. 811.021.
Iaird-Jnnnnry, W.821: Mny,W.3"l. Ilibs
January, S5.021; Mny, W.00.
I.oenl Cattle Market.
25 Cnttlo up nnd sold He.-t, 4 to -IJ;
good, 31 to si; medium, 3 to 31; common,
2 to 3. Sheep nnd lambs Sheep, 3 to
41; lambs, 0 to 0J; yearlings, I) to 61.
Calves, S toO'l. 10 Cows and calves, -M to
no. Market good. Market day will bo
llENHY - VUHCF.LL.-Diceraber 31, 1810, by
lev. l)aId llarr ot Epiphany parish, Charles
T. Henry and Sarah J . Puicell, nil ot W'ush
Ington, bTEVENTON-LAJIAlt. On Wednesday,
Decimber 31, Wsj, nt St. Paul's Lutheran
Chunh, hv tho ltev. Dr. Domer, pastor, I. ten
temiutA.N. Stevenson or New Jersey to .Miss
Willie Luuiar of Nnntltoke, 3Id,
lllltNEY.-Oa .lanunry s, lsUl, nt pnou.
numb, Catherine IL, wlfo of William ltlrncy.
I'uiieral sirvKcs wilt be held nt her Into
residence. In Le Droit l'nrk, on Sunday, Jim
unry -I, nt 3:30 p. in. Inserincnt private,
IIIIADSHAW.-Suddcnly, on Wcdiiesdny,
December 31, lKKi, nt 13 p. m., Charles T, llr.ul
liHW,ngrd IS) ears, 1 month and 3 dnvs.
1'unernl fiom pareiiU' residence, 1)47 11 street
southwest, Sunday, Jnuunrv -I, ls'il, nt 1:30;
theucoto Vlltli llnptlst Church lit 3 o'clock,
llcl.UUcs nnd friends aie cordially Invited,
D0N0VAN..-0n Thursdny ovcidng, January
1, lMll.nt 3:1.1 o'clock. Mary 1.'., daughter of
Dennis mid the Into Johanna Donovan, ,-iged
t ur.crut will laVo placo Suudiy ptonliur,
Jiiininry !, nt 3 o'cloik from the resldenco ot
lurbinUicr. Conduit road, West Washluglon,
Friends and relatives nro rtsprcirully liivlti'd
tuntlrud, luteimi'iit nt Holv Hood Ccmelcry.
Dorsey, uged 17.
1, IWl.s.Ma, in., Ella
KEAT1NO. -On Frldnv mnrnln?. Jan-.nrv -2.
lKU,nl3a. in,, Pntrtik, beluvcd husbiia.l m
Mnr Keating, In the I2d jenr uf lilt ago,
Funeral will tako placo Irom his Into real
deiiie, UOO Vlrglnlnuvciiiiosii-itliwt'st.S'indiv,
Junuar) I, nt 3:30 p. in. Iteliitlvcuniut friends
arciespectfully Invited to attend.
Bl'I.l.lVAN.- Departed this Itfo Deconibcr
31, 1N.0, nt 7:30 p. m., Stephen, tho belove I son
of Patrick and 0 iilhi Sullivan, uged 34 year.
'I EACIIUM.-Ou Thursday, January 1, 13'U,
otter a lung nnd painful Illness, Julian It.
Tenclium, son of William Henry nml Huunuli
M. Tcacbuin, nged SU 5 ears.
Funeral will tako nl.no from his parents'
renldonce, 1S3H Third street eonthcast, Sua lay
afternoon at 3 o'i lock, Kelatlvci nnd trlcuJs
are lu vital to attend,
Wl Klcrcath street
111118':'' ham: tu' VBiiv vai.vaiim:
I.MPllOVr.D AMI I'NIMI'ltOVllll l'HOI'-
i:in v on Tin: roiiNr.tt of i'iiistand
1, stih:i:th houthwhst.
Hit vlrlno nf a certain deed of rnt, re
rcinicd In I.llier No. IWiJ, folio 10, nun ot
tho lnnil records for the liltrlttof (,'olnmbli,
nnd nt tlio written requct ot tlio party so
eureil tliereliv, wo will offer for i-.ilo la front
nt tlio preiiilf, on HA'ITII1)AY. Till! :IU
DAY OP .lASl'AIIY, A. 1). lsil, nt l:J
o'dock p. 111., tho foltow ln-ilcscrll,ril prop
erlv, In tho tltv of Wnnlilnirton, District of
Cotunililn, to wit: Lots numbered from '11 to
Wi, both Incluilve, In Jn II. .Mnrr'sntlxHrlnlou
of part ot pqunra numbered ffi. or so tunny
the reof nn mny lo necfMiry lo pay tlio Imlelii
cilnepn, secured by snld deed of trut.
'Icrnieot inle! Ouc-thlrd cn.li anil tho Iml
nnro In threo j-eif', with Interest nt tho rnto ot
l.e er tentiiiii per nnntim, nnrnhlo ncnil-na-nunlly,
nnd secured by a deed of trust nn tho
property sold, or ntt cnh, nt tho option of
the puiclinser. Fifty dollars deposit will bo
required on each lot iittlinootrnlo. .Ml convey-
nnelng nml reroniliig nt purcimser
Terms to hceomnlled vvltli'ln iiltcen iliys, or
tho property will he resold nt tlio rlnlu
tcet uf tho drfniiltlag purchnser.
Al'I'I.tmiN 1". CI.A11KI
JAS. II. MAItlt,
KSrrv.!HiNOTi)N, n. c. jaxcahy s.
KXf JS'll, 'I ho niniiinl meet I n 2 of tho
stockholders of tho Kcklngton nml s)oldler'
Homo Knllmiy Coinpniiy ot tho District of
Columbia for the election of nlno directum
will Ir held nt tho ofileo of tho company, room
'.1. Atlnutlc Handing, Yl'nihlni-lnn, II. t'
.lANt'AHY 1 1, 1W1, between the liour ot Vi m.
nml 'J o'clock 11. in. Trnnfer hooks will be
cluf ed from lOtli to lulli Inclusive.
rUM, COMMISSION TO
1IKAI. KSTATB AGENTS
ror.Prlces nml Terinj
P.MMONS A K1N11,
Builders nnd Owners,
PfSST-i'Dit hai.i:-(joiini:u op Hi'itucn
ZxJ street nnd llnrcwood-avcuue, Lo Droit
Five New Two-story end Attic IlrleU Dwell
ings, with Porches, nil .Modem Im
provements on Hprnre street.
Sit Houses, Two htorles, Attics nnd Cellars
Finished with l'nper All Modern Im
provements, on llnrcwooil nvenue.
Alio corner House, corner of Spraco aad Hare
Tor Prlco nnd Teriua Apply to
WILLIAM J. LEWI1?,
Owner and Builder,
fSJ-FKKT HKLIEVIU).' DIt. WHITE,
1410 rennsjlvnnln avenue, opposite Wlllard'n
Hotel. Thousande from fnr nnd nenr visit Dr.
White's establishment for relief from and avoid
nneu ot corns, bunions, dlsensed nallii nnd nil
other toot troubles. Hours. 8 n. m. to 0 p. m.
Sundays. 1) to 12.li Ufllca feo (1 per visit for put-
ting the feet
111 gooa oruer. i.suniisnco isoi.
gggp.T. WILLIAM LEE
(Suicessor to Henry Leo's SONS),
SH PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W.,
Branch Ofllce, 4'M .Mnrjl.mil nve, s. w.
By-WHY N0fHAVi:YOUli SIUKTS
I" madobyoneof tho most colcbrnlcd
cutters in Amcrienl Prices mmo n lhoo
thlrd-rato cutters charge. 1'. T. HALL, Wi 1'
lllltl. FOU OEXEKAL
Apply S3) Spruce st., Lo
TiTANTED-A TIDY COLOHED (1IIII
for cooking and gencrnl ho:
In famllr: must hnvo reference.
Apply n .
Y. nv c.
'ANTED A RESPECTAIlLi: WHITE
irlrl for cencral housework: nu wnsliliiL'.
fnll nt I'.'U 1 st; fMt
WANTED IMMEDIATELY AX Ex
perienced girl In cuufcctlouery and br.k.
cry; refrrcnccieqnlred. CnllntsyiX llth n.w.
fTTANTKD-COLOltED WOMAN TO COOK,
VV wash nml Iron for small inmlly,
st. n. w.
WANTED-AT ONUC A OOOD COOK,
washer and ironcr; ouo to stay nt night
preferred. Apply nt 31 IN. J.iitc. s.c. S-at
WANTED-NEAT, TIDY OIIIL TO COOK,
wnsh nnd Iron; city references required.
Apply nt 1311) t st. n. w.
WANTED-A ItELIABI.E, COMPETENT
white xirl for cenernl housework for
fnmllyofS: must have excellent references.
Apply S03J X st. n.w. 3Wt
WANTED A COMPETENT WHITE
woman for chamber nuJ general houso
w ork tor u small family; no children; n suitable
person will havoueuou home. Inquire t.'iDtli
st. n. w. 31-ilt
ANTED-A IIKSPECTABLE WHITE
hov nLnut in vcars ot nio to make htm-
sell usenu in mo sinro aim run crrnnus.
... .,...-- - . ." .. ......
aUPai'ili st. n, w.
TT7 ANTED-A TIDY'. HELIAHLE WOMAN
VV ns nurse; one who has hndcxperlcuie
with ihlldren. Cull ir.03 sstli st. n. w. ill-'it
-1T7-ANTED-MA1D OF AM.
YY home; good wages.
lSKst.n. vv. .'M-'lt
o do irencrnl housework. Aludy at HUM
N. V. ave. n. w. 3-1-31
YV Apply nt 1312 N st. bet. 10 nml 13 and
hrlng city references. HP-It
VrANTKD-SETTI.UD WHITE WOMAN
VV 'or cooking nnd gencrnl housework;
bring references and stay nights, Call nt 1013
1st st. n.w. .Wit
"irANTEDADOY. 1 1 TO 17, WHITE.WITH
VV somo experlemo In photography; brln
references. Apply ll'llith it. li. vv. !Wt
( OI.OHKD HOY IN A
barber shop. Call at unco nt lJ) (1 st.n. vv.
'tlTANTED-UY A YOUN(l COI.OHEI)
) man, a place ns waiter
In a nrlrate fain
II): willing and obliging;
Call452,(!ihst. s. vv.
rANTED-HV A ItESPEOrABI.I
I a plneo to do gencrnl housework
brrwork In small tamll.v; best retcreni
'ework or eiiam
at 4H)31lsmurl ave. n. vv. 3-3t
AXTANTKD-A PLACE AS WAITEIt Oil
VV coachman In n prlvnlo family by a re
spectable colored innn. Apply at 17W Klggn
si., bet. U nnd V, 3-lt
WANTED-SP1UAT10N AH MlSEN(lKlt
orolllee bov; can do any kind ot work.
Apply to WAllltKN McC(iV,410 1st.ii, vv.
WANTED-HY 1'IIthT.CLASS WAITEIt
from Baltimore, n plnio In Washington;
good icfcrruie. Call or address 1(113 Covington
H bet, Mh nml lOlh, 1 nnd It 11. w. 3v'lt
WANTED-DY A IIKSPECTAHLE AND
lliduslrious oilored man, a situation ns
driver for private family: experienced and can
fnrnlsb reference. Call or address HE.NItY
HOBEIITSON, S Baltlmorost. 11. vv. jjjlt
1V7ANTED-DY A HESPECTAIILE SET-
y tied colored woman washing nml all
kinds of (leaning und housework to do; best ot
1 lly references. Apply at 11.1) V st. a. w. 3l-1t
TAfANTED SITUATION AS WAITEIt,
V porter, toailiman or hostler; tlrst-class
rcferemes. Address H2I Mass, nve, 11. vv, IIMIt
7ANTED BY A HESPECTAIILE COI.'I)
man work In grocery store or private
family nnd tnko cure of hone; good refcreaees.
Cnll for Ihree davs, 17U7 Itlggs st, 11, w bet. 11
nml V sts. 31-31
1I7ANTED S1TIAT10N BY KESPECT-
W ablo colored nun ns porter or Janllor; can
furnish best reference.
i.auor iiiuiri'ss iit.if.
1HIUCILSS, lllilFsl. s w.
siirANTED- SITUATIONS IIY !l SWEDISH
girls as look nml ihambermald; in ono
family pieferred, Addics. llsl N. II. nvc. 11. w.
irANTED- BY IIESPKCTAIILK WHITE
V girl, n situation to ilu plnln cojklngora,
ihambermnld, waiting or iiurslu.'; rcfeiviuv.
Address . this otllee. aj-at
WANTED- BY IIESPECT V11I.E WHITE
woman, n nlluallouns professed cook In
firt-clis family; good reteienies. Apply at
Wl clh st. 11, w.; no iiirdi answered. .(Kit
--VjrANTED BY A UKsl'iX'I'AIII.K COL'!)
IT girl, a sliuniiou as toon or nuuuress;
goodicferenicii. Apply Sill I, t. n w 30.3t
l'Oll NAM! till JIXCIIANdi:. t
T"jloTrHAI,U Oil EXClLVNOKVoil CITY
; property Lurgo healthy tarn, with
brlrk houso ami other buildings; one hour by
mil from Washington ou AiiuajioHi, 11. 11. Ad.
diese J31011aie. doD.lu
rtm hunt itooMi.
i.'oit hunt r.NiTiiNisiir.i), a commi-
I' ideillng rooms, Sil fluort new house; mod
em Iniproieincnts: lient, Unlit nnd Imthj (1.1.
IW Mim. nvc. n e. jH
17011 llK.NT- A "iAHHIJ, NK'KI.Y ITU
1' nlshed 3d story front room; with or without
Vonrd; e-nlrnl location; prlvnlo faintly. MOM
ft. n. w. jMt
i.wit linNT-imi ni:v yohic avi:. n. v.
V large, nleel) furnished 1 story front room'
with board; central locntlon; rcfcrcnee ev
ITlOlt HKNT-smn (I ST.. liJIlNIHHEi)
l' rooms with hoard! convenient lo Navy,
'l renry end VV'nr llopirlinciits; lienllcs pns
the door; Inhlo bmnlcrs taken. .1 1'.
rrioit iir.NT-NiiAit hitont chicm:, in
I' plhntn residences or :i rooms tu 11 Ico turn.
Iljl erirythlng flrst-ilnss. lftUMlith pL JMt
I70U lin.NT IWI 1 HT.-I !lll l'l.OOU
1' front room, (l.'i; 1 rid Hour room, (S; hent,
both; prlvnlo fnmll;
1 on ru.
irioit iti:NT-i:ni (i st. n. v.-pi,i:as NT
I? snlto of fiirnlshed rooms fur rent; sotith
rrn exposure; nbont one sotiaro from Kbliltt,
ltlBgs nnd Willard'ii Hotel. 3.1
r70ll IlKXT-l I'tMINIsilMIl AND J t'.N
J1 furnished rooms on Sd lloor; water and
itns, "II 2d st. 11. w. a-'tt
ijioTTiiiiXT-r siN(Tr,T:Ni 1 dolmim:
I' rnom,:il nnd Ith Hours, furnished, l'tui
h st. 11. w. a-:it
171(111 llK.NT-11)17 17TII HT1 ikioMi (i.Vs
V nnd heat; furnished or unfurnished; 1 I11II
loom, with hoard, (si; near licrillc. m-:it
i.-'on iii:nt-i i.aiiou, mcim.y I'l'it-
I' nlshed front room", II uludons; no objec
tions lo llfiht housekeeping. SI.1 lllh st. 11. vv
i .ion iir.NT-im mi mt. n. w a t'Ni'cit-
1; nlshed bedrooms oil 3d lloor; gas und vvnler.
Ttioh m:xT-n VN'ririixiiunii iioomi
3 sultnhlo for housekeeping'. Apply lull) 11
.N. Carolina nvc. s. e.
TTlOIt 1IKNT AT 101 1ST HT. .V. W A
13 eomrortalily furnished room, with goii'l
hoard, to n gentU'inan; (IH per month. !l.)-1t
.13 unfiirnlshed rooms; nlsu nu ulllca room
on 1st lloor. Ml 0 st. n. w.
1011 HENT NICELY VUHNISHED 3D
storv room nt rensonnhlc tirlce: hoard If
'irril: nrhato family. Call nfter I u. m. nt
l.in list, .rwt
I7OH HENT-A LMKli: FlIUNISIIEI)
13 trout roum, with hent nml gns. HIT l.lh
st, 11. w,; gentlemen preferred; references re
ioti M st. 11. vv 1.1 rs
Ilia. Mass, nre.. 17 rs. nml stable
1337 .M St. n.w., Mrs
1SK5 M st. n. w1.1rs
133HM st. 11. w 1.1 rs
llth st. ex., I.', rs
1117 Mnss, nvc. 11. w- 13 rs
1,'iOB II st. n. w 13 r
lf.ll'Jlstst.n. vv.. llrs
.., ') IK)
... 11)1 07
,.. l.m (II
... IV) 01
... 11.1 0J
... HI .17
... !) (
... HI 33
... HI. 'I I
... Kl .11
... 7.1 (rj
... m no
... m. mi
... 11 on
.1. 1 1. VI
... ci in
... an 01
... ir! .V)
1.118 Conn, are., 11 rs
S I.UII1I. ItTC, 11 IS...
10 st. n. vv 11 rs...
SiJst.n. w 11 rs..,.
2 Conn, nve.. Ill rs,,..
171 a (,
inaa 11 et 0 rs
lii) et.n.w.,ll rs
r.M 1 st. n. iv 11 r
ira; I st. n. vr., II r
mi ctii st n w, in rs
CM70 st. 11. w- 13 rs
M3Est.n. vr., 13 rs
1103 Chaplntt., 11 r
037M st. n.w., 13 rs
Sllft list. 11, vc, flat. Ore.
lrxr.lll st. 11. w.,M rs ,
Him (Jhnpln st., II r
llOiillh st. 11. vv., str. nml dug
li0 P st. n.w.. sir. und wurcruoms
lMlSUIhst. 11. u 7rs
1311 N. Y. ave. u. vv., fi rs. and str.
ISSIB'lhst. 11. vv., brs
113 Muss. nvc. 11. w., 7 rs
1113 1Mb st. 11. vv., 7 rs
C.'i.'11'omiroy st 5 r
Tho ntiovo houses rnn ho examined by per
lull from our nllUc only.
THOMAS J. riSIIEIt .t CO..
13(1 F st 11. vv.
MtlNKY TO LOAN.
TVfONEY TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE Oil
Jjl. Ilrst-class securities at lowest rales ot
Interest. No delay where security Is cuoJ.
O. V. (lltEEN,
c 7ih st n w.
JX1. IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE SKCUK1TY,
AT B AND 0 l'EIt CENT.
31. 31. VAHKEIS,
TIXONEY TO LOAN
jL In Sums to Suit.
On Approved Heal Estate Sccnrltr.
1). II. WAHNEIt CO.,
nil) F st n vv.
- . ,y('t at.i: AMI lti:XT.
I"SEAL ESTATE BULLETINr
THOMAS E. WAOOAMAN, 017 F street.
Changes mndo Wednesdays and Saturdays,
TWO-STOltY 1II1ICIC AND FHA1IE HOUSES
f-.V, ST. 5!d st, b h, II nrach
HU3nnd l'JSIstlist, lili. m l,Hrs
133 N st, th, 5 rs ami 3 nouses In rear...
lf.'H V st, t h, 0 rs
UU, st, lib, m I, 7rs
131 ond 133 Plenost, fli, (Irs
340H N st, b h, in I, Irs
131lM333 3ladlsonst, f b, I rs
Stable In alley bet 13th and lull, Kami
SOSI lilli st, bh, 11 r
IdllCthst, f h, Il
303 nml !KV1 ( st nlley, f h, Irs
(.Ill and 1.1 S Marlon nilev, f li, I rs
131 und 42(1 Ostnlles.f b, Irs
lM3to lviuth st, b h, II rs each
113 to ISO Plenc st, b h, (1 rs
(.13 lo Kill N II air, b h, II rs each
r. I) st. f h. .1 r
lifiO :u st, f h, l rs
. . 1,'ld.l
UMMPEOVED l'HOl'EltTY FOl
(1 t, betN Cap nml 1st sis, and 3 brick
hoiiseson rear ot lot, For nit (I,i)
Vaaic and 'Htti st 3,7110
Nr (orSOth nnd J sts (3 (id
lv si, let Kith nnd 11th sis IM
l.st, tetl.1 nml ICth 3 111
lltltst.belT mid U 3 0.1
(( st, let 13th nnd 1131 3 71
llth nt bet M nnd X sis 1 73
1th st bet It nnd H 1 7.1
Florida ave hct N Cap nnd O sts 1 34
HOUSES FOU HENT.
SilSOJI stn w.ll rs
1317 31st st 11 vv, fi r
ltd 3d st s ,., 7 rs
4.".I N .1 nv c s e, il r
IMN J avo c, "rs
SlMC-lb K st s vv, Irs
lleur ixa-il-sl-'il'-ftl H st s w. I rs...,
Home rear 111 I, si s 0 nnd stable 3 rs.
1331 1st Un vv, Irs
MOKES), OFFICES, ETC.
Str nnd dwg tlboti Hi st 11 vv, 11 rs
Str and dug 1.1111 1th st n vv, (I rs
Hall 3d Hour 4IH 13th tt 11 vv
Str and divg (sih 7th st vv, il rs
Sir nnd dg Coll lt st 11 vv, (I rs
418 La nv c, 1st lloor, 3 front rs
Str nnd dwg 1)111(1 sts vv, lirs
Hall 10X142? t nw
Stable n nr 037 E st 11 w
storeroom .'111 K st 11 e
.. ... 'M Ul
In turns to suit nt (I per (cut.
HEAL ESTATE INVEsTMEN I'.
Safe s I'. S. Ponds. Six per cent., payable)
quarterly. In sums of $!,(). Small premium
Tho aboiels only a portion or the property
oa my books. F01 full list (all at otllco fur
bulletin Issued on the 1st and llth.
T. E. WAOOAMAN.
THE BERLITZSCHOOLof LANGUAGES
753Fourleeulh street 11. vv.
BEST AND MOST PHAc. HCAL IN.
Branihes In New York, ll.vton, Philadel
phia, Chicago, Paris, Berlin, Loudon, etc.
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY OltOSS,
pil'4 Massiuhuidts Avenue,
Affords every faillliv for ucspilrlug a thorough
juliiinllou In Literature, Muslo n:id Art. Tho
Instruments taught aro Plauo, Harp, Mollu,
Oullar, Mnndollii nml lluiju, I.auuuagus, geu
em) voi.il, drawing mid fancy work trco,
Filiate I.tFsoua la Languages,
Amlent nnd lloJcrn,
13 1 street u. w,
lJALTlilOIIK OHIO IIAILHOAD.
Mehedule In cffccl January 1, 19)1.
Leave Washington from stntlnn corner ot New
Jersey nrenno nnd V street.
l'on Ciiicaoo nnd Norlhwesl, Vesllbnlnl
Limited express dally 11.30 . m., expresi
CJil p. in.
l'on Cincinnati, hi. Louis nnd Indlaunpolls,
express dally, 3 :m nnd Il.:i0 p in.
l'on PiTTsnrno nnd Cleveland, express; dally,
11.11) a.m. and stop m.
l'on LnxiNoTov nml 1 ulnts In the Hhcnnndoih
Valley, 111). U) 11. in.
Foil Wis.ciustm ami way stations, 1.1.S0 p, m.
FoiiI.i-iiAV, n Ml p. in.
Foil Dvi.TIMonK, week dajs. If. BOO, (1.11,
",.W: 7.:, (.('. LVmlnnlrr), H.:).t).:n, (ll.on,
13.00, 1.1-mlniilesl, n. m 13.10, J.1U, a hi, ji.t
4.1 minutes), 3.3.1, I.S.1, 1 3U (B.oo, 15-inliuiIes),
Mr,, n.:i, ii.(), n.l.i, 0.30, 7.1.1, Tan. (inn. ioa.i
and 11.31 p. nt. biindnys, 1 (, 7.U, 7.30, B.'K.
n.s.1 a. in.. Hi rxl, 41-mlniitcs), l.rt), 3 111, !. 1,
331, I. 'II. (mill, IVmliuites), 50.1, 0. 13, 0.3-1,
7.:j). ft (, lO.'J). ll.'H) p.m. .
l'on Wav Stations between Wn"hlnj;lon nml
Ihlllinore. .1 in, 11 3.1, h.:i n m., 13 Id, :i.', I :,
il.so, 7"X, irm 11 111. Stinda.vs, twinn 111. l.W,
335, 1 no, 11.30. 1 :i, 11 :) p. in.
T1TAD.S I tavi: llslllmore for VV'nslilnelon vvec't
dnvs, BOH, .Wl. Iklin, 7.11, 7.V1I. H S1
li:a), 1(1.30, KI.X, n. ma U.bo, 13.10, 31(1. 3 1).
2 to, 1.11. B IV), (1.00. .3, 7.(0,7:1(1, 7 40, Rti,
11 ill, 111 Id. 10.30 Niicl II. (Hi p. in. Sundays, (VKi,
7.15, P :, s.11. o.'ji, ia so, 10.31 a. in 1 13 no, 1.01,
3.10, 3 3). 4.1.1, BOO, 11.31, 7.03, 7.30, 7, W, S.JI,
10.10, 10.311 nml 11.01) p. in.
Foil Annaiolis. (1.1.1 nnd P.S0 n. in., IJ tOninl
4.33 p.m. Sundays, H.3U. in. nnd 4 :l n in.
I cave Annapolis n.:il, H.37 n. in., 13 01, ll.'J p
in. Snnilnis, h:1ii m.,3.Mp. in.
Foil Stations on the Metrooolltan Branch,
VI 1.1 p. m. For principal stations only, 110. 1 )
n. m ,11.30 nnd 1.1311 1. in.
FoiKlAiTiirusnuiKi nnd Intermediate polnls,
W.a.1, moo, (in no, n in., 113 W, 13.3.1, II in,
B.3.I. fKMio, II 1.31 p. m.
l'on Hunt's ni.d Intermediate stations, 7.(
Cnrntii tiiain leaves Wnshlnirton on Sunday
nt 1.1.1 p. in., stoppliu; nt nil stations on Met-
Foil Fiiriii.niCK.Ill.m n, in., 51.13, 13.S), !.!
Toll llAor-usToiVN, 110 V)n. m.,and13 30p ni.
'J'iiainb arrive from I'hleaRo dally II M n in
nnd 4.41 i, in.; from Cincinnati nnd St. IiiiIk
lUlly U.Mu.ni. nml3U1 p. m.;from Pittsburg
7.10 n. in., 1.13 p. m.dnlly.
HOYAL HLL'E LINE FOU NEW YOIIK AND
Foil New Yonn, 1 teuton nnd the Kil, 4.M,
isrjo, 'in.fjn. whir, m.,,3.Bo,M.oc)ndlii.:
li. m. llurfit Parlor Curs on nil day trains.
Sleepluc Cnr on the 10.30 p. m., open nt D.PO
l'on Boston J.lflp. ni. with Pullmnn narfet
Sleeplni; Cnr running through (o llo-ton
wlihimt cIiohrc, Tin Pouihkccpslo Ilrldire,
liiiKlInc passengers In II. X 31. station nt Bos
ton. l"on I'lin.AiiviviiiA, l fW, 1S.00, Mono, 13.0.1,
noon, 3.C0, no, 1.1 nnd '10 !f) p. in.
Foil NnwAiiK, Deb, Wllmlnston nnd Chester,
1,10. 1H UOa. m 13 OU noon, 50, .(, () 13,
nml ll).;i() p. m. Limited rxpiesn stopping ill
WllmlnKlon only, III () n. m.
Foil isti iimeiuatk pulnts between llnltlmoro
and Philadelphia, 15.00 and ,7.31) n. m., 13.13,
3.31 p. m.
Tiiains leate New York for Washington,
ti.Ml, 111.1(1 n. m., 2 10, '3.30, 5.00 n. ni. nml
Tiiains lenvo Phllndelphln for Washlnzlon,
I SI, H.IS, 11.33n.ni.,11.IO,l.3l,(i.05,7.Dl
l'on Atlantic Cm', 4 (Viand 10(0 a. in., 12.00
noun, r-undn), 103 a. m., 13(0 noon.
lExcept Sunday. Dally. JMundny only,
llnirnirc called for nnd checked from notcl
and resiliences by Union Transfer Co.onoidern
left at ticket ofllces, K19 and 1351 Pennsylvania
avenue nnd nt depot.
J. T. ODELL, CIIAH. O. SCUM.,
Ccu.Manai:er. (Icn. Pass. A K't.
rpiIE OltEAT PENNSYLVANIA HOUTE
JL to the North, West and Suiitlnvcst.
Double Track. Splendid Scenery.
Steel 1UIU. .MuKnlflcent Kipilpincut.
In Kiti.ct Januaiit f, 1KII.
Trains leave WushlnKlon, from station, corner
of Sixth nnd B streets, as follows:
Foil I'lTTsni'ii'i nndlhr West, ChleiRO Limited
Exprrss of Pnlliiun Vestibule Cnm nt 10 30 a
m. dnllv; Fa-t Line, lOtfl n. m. dally to Chi
enjo, Columbus nml St. Louis, with Parlor
Car llnrrlsburi; to Plttsburt' nnd Slcrpln;;
Cars rrom Pittsburi; to Indianapolis, Pitts.
btlrc to Columbus. Attonna to Clilrnco. 11.
Louis, Chlcnco mid Cincinnati Express, a..1l
p. m. dally. PnrlnrCnr Wushlugton lo Harris-
mny. rnriori.nr vv usnmpion hi Harris
mid Sleeping Cam Hnrrlsburs to st.
Louis, Chicago nml Cincinnati, snif Dining
nurc. imu rs crninc t.ars iinrrisnurfr 11, 1.
Cur llnrrlshurgtoSt, Louis, Chicago and Cin
cinnati. Western Express ut7.40 p, in, ilnlly,
Willi bleeping Cars Washington 10 Chicago
and St. Louis, connecting dally at llarrlabnrg
with through Sleepers for LohIfvIIIo nnd
Memphis. Pullman Dining Car Plttsbnrg to
lllchmoiid and Chicago. Pacific Express,
10.00 p. in. dally, for Pittsburg ond tho West,
with through Sleeper to Pittsburg and Flits
luirg to Chicago,
HALTI.MOKE AND POTOMAC IIAILHOAD.
roil Kani-, Canantlalgiio, Itochester and NI
ogara Falls daily, except Sunday, S.10 n. ni.
Foil Kins., t'unandalgnn und Itochester dally;
for IlutTah, nnd Niagara dnllv, except Sal ur
urdny, KKKlp. m., with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Itochester.
F011 Wiu.iAsi'oiiT, Itochester and Niagara
Fulls, 7,40 11. m. dally, except Saturday, with
Sleeping Car Waihlnilon to Hot hrstcr.
Foil Wilwausi'oiit, ltcnovo and Eluilra, nt
10.f)0 a. m. daily except Sunday.
Fon W11 X.IAHSI1HIT dally 3UI0 p. m.
Foil Piiu.AiiririiiA, New York and thn East,
7.3O,U(Ki,ll.(X)nudll.l0a.m, 3.10,313, 4 30,
M0,1000and 11.33 p.m. On Sunday, DUO,
11.40 . in.. 3.10, 3.13, 1.30, 10.no and 11.33 p, m.
Limited Expresn ot lullman Parlor Cars,
with Dining Car, H.I0 a. in. dally, except
Foil Nkw York only. Limited Express with
Dining Car, 3 00 p. m. dally.
Fon 1'iui.AHt.LriiiA only. Fast Express fU0,
in. weekdavsamU p. m.dnlly. Ei press, Sun
day nuly 3. iO p. m,
Fon Boston without change, 3.13 p.m. every
Foil II1100KLTK, N. Y all through trains con
nect nt Jersey City with boats of llrooMyu
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding double, ferriage across New
Fon Ati-antioCiiv, 11, 10 a.m. week-days, 11.1.1
p. m. daily.
Fon iiAi.TiMnnr, us;, 7,ai, mo, 0 no. a. 111, lo.rvi,
10.30, 11.00 and II. 10 11. in.; 13 01, 3.10, 3.t3, 3..KI,
4.(10, 4 30, 4.30, BOO, 5.10, II 00, 7 10, 10.(M and
11.35, p. m. On Sunday D.Oll, 0.(0, 111 W. 11.40
n. III.! 3.10, 3.13, 3 30, , 00, 4.5.1, 3 00, 0.19, MM,
7.40, 10 CO nnd 11.35 p. in.
Fon Poet's Cur.KK Link, 7.33 n. ro. and 1.3) p,
m. dally, except Sunday.
Fon Annai'om", 7.30 anddoOa, m.; ti.Tmnl
4.V0 p. in. dally, except Suudiy. Sundays,
11.00 a, m. nnd 4.30 p. m.
WASHINtlTON SOUTHHHN HA1LWAY.
In Eitect Jancaiiv J, POL
Fon Al.rxANiiitM, 130, 0 33, 7.41. 8.4a II. H,
10 37 n. in., 13 (II noon, 3 03, .'1.30, 1,3.1, 4 31, ( III,
t- 03, 11)03 and ll.lCI p. m. On Sunday al 1 30,
7.43, t). 43, 10.37 a.m., 3.30, 6 01, S.04 and 10 0.1
Akomuodition for (Jnnnllco 7.t3 a. ni, nml
4Mp. m. w,ek ila)s. 7.43a. m. Siindiys.
Fon HiiiiMONii and tho South, I.S0 sn.l 1(1.37 n,
in. dully, Accomuiudatioii 1 33 p. m, week
Tiiains leav-o Alexandria fnr Wn-hlngton,
f. 03, 7.03, S 00, 11.10, 111 1,1, 11.07 a. m.: I 30, 3 00,
3 M, 5.10. 0 0.1, 7.113, !) 30, 10,30 and 11.08 p, in.
On Sunday nt 11,10 and 11.01 n. in.; 2.00, 310,
7 03. 7.VJ, n.SO und 10.30 p. m,
Tickets nnd Information nt tho ofllce, north
east corner of Thlrlcenth street nnd Pcniisjl.
vanlanvinue, nnd nt the st.atton, wheic order
can be lift for the (becking of baggage to
destination from hotels unit resldemes.
CHAS, E. ITt.H, J, It. WOOD,
(icnernl Mnuuger, (Jen, Pass. Agent.
TJKHMDNDAND DNVILLE ItMI.ItO.MI
l CO. SCHEDULE IN EI'FK'T IW.
S.30 n m. -East Tennessee mall, dillv for
Wnrreulou, (iordonsvllte, Charlolr.svllle,Lync'i
burg. nnd stations between Alexandria, mil
Lvnehburg. Koanokc. Bristol, Kuuxvlll ,
Chnttauuoga uud Memphis,
11:31 n. in Fnst null dally for Culpsper,
Chnrlottevllle, stnllons ( hrsnpenl.o und ti'ilo
route, L)nchburg, Itoiky Mount, Diuvlllo an 1
stntloiis belueeii Lynchburg nnd Dinvllb-,
Oiccusboro', Ilalelgh, Charlotte. Cutumbli,
Augusta, Atlaula, Birmingham, Monigomerv,
New Orleans, Tex us and California, i'lillni'n
Sleeper New lurk to Atlinta; 11111111111
Micjer Allrtiitti to New Orleans, uu.l Pullunn
Sleipcr Danvllln to Columbia mid Aug'iW;
Pullman Sleeper Washington to ( Il1el1111.ul.
via I hcsnpciku nnd Ohio, Solid train. Wash
ington to Atlanta.
3.S0p. m. Dallj, except Sundny, for Mams
ins, Mrushurg. and Internitdlatn stations.
I: IS p. in.-linns dally to lonrhbiirg. Pull
man skeper, Wushlngton to Memphis, vli
11:10 p. iii,--vvisieiii express. uaiiy for wiiii.r--sas,
Charlottesville, Louisville, and Cincinnati.
Solid Pullmnn Vestibule trains, Washington to
Cincinnati, with Fulliiian Sleepers. Washing
ton to luulsvlllc.
11:30 p m.- Soutbernexpiess dally for Lynch
burg, Ibiuvlllr, l.'nlelgh, Asliovllle, Cliirlotte,
Columbia. Augiisla, Atlanta, Montgomery. New
Drlenns, Texas. nudCallrornln. I'lillinin Vesti
bule sleipcr Washington to .New Orleans, via
Atlanta nnd Montgomery Pullninu sleepei
Wiisliiiiglon to Blrmlnghiini, Ala., vli Allanl 1
nnd (leorglu Pnclllc Hallway. Pullman sleeper
Washluglon loAshciilln nod Hot tipriiigs, S
(' , vln Snll-btiry, also Wushlngton to Viigustj.
via Danville nml Charlotte.
Trains uu Washington and Ohio division
leave tUD a. 111. daily. 0:35 11, in. ilvlly, and -1:11
p. III. dull); teliiriilng urrlvc nt Wns'ilagtu 1
fen) a. ni , 5- IS p in nml 7:0.1 11. 111.
Through trains from tho South via ('In
lotte, Danville nud l.viuhhitrir srrlie lu VVio 1
Ington 0:33 a. 111 ,0:11 n m aml7'b1p 111; vli
East Teuncsseo, Bristol and Lynihburrf oi La,
11. m ; via 1 uesiipnahe ami uuio rottio
'barlolinvllloniVMS 11 m., and III) p.m.
Tickets, slcrplng-ear ri".irxlioT 11,1 1 iu'o
inntlen furiiUlicd mil bif-gagu eheiki I ni
ortlec, PXiO Pa uv mrl at passenger si'itbi-i
rciintvlvnnla llnllroad, hthund II ls
js. l. rAM.o.t,
Janl-dl-tt f.3nerel l'assciuur V'.hiii
bwirTTiirriiMB."" wkwii.L fay
Xsi "big money" lor gents.' flrtt-elass second-hand
(bulling. Addresa nv eall at.
1 J L'bTH'S OLD b'I'AND, 1110 D rl. u, vr.