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THE CIIITIC, MONDAY EVENING, JANUATIV 5, 1801.
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BOTH HOUSES IN SESSION
JlKl'ItlMKN'TATIVKS AVII0 WANTKI1
TO TAKK ANOTIIKll HOLIDAY.
Tli Motion Promptly Vnteil Down
The Apportionment Illll Itcfcrreil lo
llic Hcnntc lilnlio' New Senator,
JlcConitcll, Hvvorii In An Executive
Tlic ojicrn botiiTo sessions of the holi
days nro over. Congress met with n
quorum lu cneh IIouso this morning, nml
nltli ilfty ilnys for buslneii nlicail of
tliciiii AVlint vns gained by tlio ro'iunl
of the Senate to tnko tlio muni liollihy re
resi la bcyoml tlio ken of tlio natural
rye. rcrlinpi a skilled microscoplit ex
l)crlcnccd In biutcrcologlcnl research
might discover It.
'J lie public business was not Advanced
n whit by tho burlesquo Betsloin of tlio
1 net two weeks. Nothing wns nccom
pIMiod snvo profanity, weariness of tlio
iltfli and vexation of spirit.
Tlio frultlcssncss of tho attempt to hold
Melons when everybody pretty much
wonted to do something eio was so
Blaring that, srt long ns tho recollection
if tills flnico remains with Ooiigreiiineii,
tbcro will hardly ho another attempt to
hold sessions during tho holidays. Tho
common-scnic plan, which has generally
Jrrcvnilcd since 1870, of adjourning over
rom day or two prior to Christmas to
tho Monday following Now Year's, Is n
wnslbloono and will bo followed here
T hero wns a good attendance of Senators
xhen tlio Senate was called to order at
noon to-day. A number of petitions for
mid against the Conger Lard hill and the
Torrcy Bankrupt bill wcro presented.
Air. Halo reported tho Apportionment
Mil, mid stated that tho majority and
HilntTfily rciKirts would bo presented in a
few days. Calendar.
Tiio credentials of Frederick 1'. Dubois
ns Bonator-elcct from Idaho for tho term
fif six years, beginning March 4 noxt, were
reported back, with a statement that it is
tho usage of the Scnato to consider any
fjucstlon Hint may arise on tlio credentials
(if a Senator, at a session held during tho
term for which tlio Senator claims to bo
elected, and not before; and that no rea
son appears to tho committee for u do
lurturo from such usago in the present
cose. The committee tliereloro recom
mended that Mr. Duliols' credentials bo
placed on illo and it was so ordered.
Tho credentials of Messrs. Shoiip and
McConncll, Senators-elect from Idaho,
were also reported, with n recommenda
tion that Mr. McConucll be sworn in, Mr.
fclicmp having already taken his scat. Tho
oath of ofllco was thereupon administered
to Mr. McConncll.
Tho Senate then went into executive
session for about an hour, after which
Mr. Halo reported back tho IIouo Appor
tionment bill without amendment.
Tho confcrcnco report on tho Houio
Jtnilroad (tlio Atkinson) bill was taken up.
Senators Vest, Morrill, anil EdniumU
spoke against tho report.
Senators McMillan, Gorman and Faulk
ner spoke In favor ot it.
The debato went over tho old ground so
tediously familiar to W'nsliiiigtoiiluiis.
mho voiowas ! in lavor oi adoption
mid 17 against precisely U to 1 for tho
The bill now goes to tho President for
Stnntorfitownrt then mpved to take up
tlieltcpublican caucus lluanclal measure,
Senator Hoar already having made a mo
tion to take up the Elections bill.
A voto was taken on Stewurt's proposi
tion, and lcsultfd in yeas 31 anil nays 29.
The sliver men, including Senator Alli
non, voted in favor of it, as did all tho
Tn tho IIouso to-day Mr. Henderson
presented tho confcrcnco report on tho
Urgent Deficiency bill. Ho stated that tho
Senate had receded from its amendments
Tclntlvoto tho pay of Senatorial clerks,
but that tho House might expect to meet
the same question on the Legislative oron
the General Deficiency bill.
Tho report was agreed to.
The pending business was tho motion
of Mr. JIcAdoo of Now Jersey to suspend
the rules and pass a bill for tlio retire
ment of mates of the Navy. Lost.
Mr. Cannon moved to suspend tho rules
and pass Scnato bill for tlio erection of a
j.ublic building nt Danville, 111.
Tending which Mr. lllaud of Missouri
moved that tho IIouso adjourn. The
Honso refused to adjourn. Yeas, 30;
TUG HON. TIM CAUPBELIj.
Ifenort that He la to Commit Matri
mony Ills Doubtful Denial.
There is a story going tho rounds of tho
press to the effect that Congressman-elect
Timothy John Campbell is soon to bo
married to a pretty Department clerk. It
in also said that Grover Cleveland nnd
David Dennett Hill, both of whom nro
bosom friends of Mr. Campbell, havo
promised to bo present at the wedding
rcmony and havo ogrecd to bury tho
hatchet and tn kiss and make up. And It
is further said that Mr. Campbell's bache
lor uncle, who lives in St. Louts, will
lank down ono hundred thousand dot
irs as a wedding gift to tho bride.
Judge Campbell is now In Washington.
Ho is staying nt Uroek's Congressional
Hotel, on Capitol Hill. The Judge was
seen by a Critic reporter this afternoon.
Ho looked radiantly nappy. Deing asked
if congratulations were in order, Jutlgo
"Oh, I havo Just run down to Washing
ton to see about somo private business."
"Hut, Judge," asked tiio reporter
"when docs tho wedding ceremony talc
"I haven't given tlio Sneakershlpcontcs
the lenst consideration. 1 don't know wliu
lho Now York delegation will do in th
matter, but for my part I am in favor o
ilr. Covert of tho First district."
"Hut, Judge." Interrupted tho reporter,
"I hao not asked you about the Speaker
ship, I asked you about this story that
you were about to leave tho Brotherhood
"Yes, yes, yes," responded tlio Judge.
"1 heard something of that myself."
"Is it true V"
"1 am n good friend of ox-1'rcsldout
Cleveland and Governor Hill both, and 1
havo a ricli bachelor uncle in St. Louis, I
um so deeply attached to both Cleveland
nnd Hill that I would malcoany reason
nblo sacrilleo for them, nnd If niygood
uncle wero to ask mo for n favor I would
i;rant it at oneo."
In spite of tho Judge's good-natured
liulf-deulal. it Is generally liclluvcd that ho
is contemplating matrimony.
JUSTICE llItOWN INSTALLED.
lie Took tlio Until of Ofllco Tills Mom
lug. The installation of Judge Henry II.
Drown of Michigan as an Associnto Jus
tice of tho Supremo Court of tho United
Stutes took plnco shortly after noon to
day in tho Supremo Com t Chamber, Tho
ceremony was brief and Impressive.
When tho black-robed Justices of thu
isiurt, headed by Chief Justice Fuller nnd
Marshal Wright, entered tho court-room
nt noon, tho room was crowded with mem
bers ot tho liar mid a number of other
AVltlilu tho bar of tlio court wero seato.1
-Attorney-General Miller, ex-Attorney-General
D'ekinson, Solicitor-General Taft anil
many prominent lawyers). About nscoro
nf Senators and lieprescntatlves, Includ
ing most of tho members of thu Michigan
delegation, were also present.
Judgo lirovvn. attired lu n new roba
loaned to him by Justice Field, brought
up tho rear of tho procession nf Justice,
nnd whllo they wero being seated ho stood
nt tho clerk's desk. Chief Justice Fuller
iiimomieed tho appointment of Judge
Drown, uud said ho was present and ready
tn take the until of ollleo, Clerk Mc Kin
ney then read the President'. commission
tit the new Justleo.
When Mr. McKlnnoy had finished all
present, Including tho members of tho
routt, roso and remained standing whllo
Judgo Drown rititiil slowly, clearly
nnd Impressively thu oath that miido him
n full-tfcilgfd Justice of tho highest Ju
tliclal tribunal of tlio country.
When he had llulshcd Marshal AVrigh
escorted htm tn his cent nn tho extreme
left of tho bencli, next to Justice Ijmar.
Tlio new Justice shook bonds with Jtntlco
Lnmar, and after bowing to tho Chief Jus
tlco and the Assotlnto Justices ho sat
down, and tho ccrcmonv of installation
THEIti: MAY IIK AN INVH8THIATI0N.
Tim ltcRolutlon Coitreriilnp; tho Alleged
Silver Tool rmistitiireili
The House Committee on Itnlcs to-day
dlictised Congressman Dockcry's resoltt
tii'ii for nn investigation concerning tho
rjlegcd silver pool nmong members of
Congress, but enmo to no conclusion on it.
Tho rominltti'o Is favorable toreiiortlng
tho resolution favorably, but some of tho
members nro undecided whether this
should he done lu the absence of sutllclent
c Idcnco that npool existed,
It Is believed, however, that tho com
mittee will como to sonic sort of nn agree
mint to-morrow, nml It Is probnblo that
this agreement will lie to report tho reso
lution favorably. If tlio Investigation Ii
onlcrcil some dllllculty will bo experi
enced In securing tho testimony of
the principal witness, cx-CongttMsman
IV ngcr of lown, who was chairman of tho
Colnccu fV'inmltlco of tho Hnuo wlicn
tho Mhcr bill wns passed, and who is
new Minister to Hrnrll.
Tlio CmiimlMtnncrii In I'liwn nf Trl-
01110 time since tho IIouso District
Committee sent to lho District Commis
sioners House bill lS7fi.t, 11 lilll "to pro
vido for assessment of real estate in tho
District of Columbia In 18fll, nnd every
three years thereafter," with a request
that they submit their views on the sub
ject. Tho Commissioners' reply was received
to-day. They npiirovo tho bill with tho
exception of section II, and recommend
tho following substitute for that sec
Sec. II. That tlio Commissioners nro
hereby authorized and empowered, if in
their judgment the first assessment under
this act cannot bo completed (in the tlmo
provided for In sections 7 and 0), to post
pone tho requirements therein provided
for to such other dates as will glvo sutll
clent time for tlio Hoard of Assessors and
tlio Hoard of Penalization and Itc
vicw to fully complete said llrat
assessment, and the Commissioners
are also authorized ami empowered
to postpone the collection of tho first half
of the tax becomingduo and payable No
vember 1, 18t)l, until such time as tho first
osessment under this act Is fully com
pleted and tho assessor ready to furnish
lie tax bills. Provided, That such post
ponement shall not extend beyond tho
time when tho second half of tho tax be
comes due and payable under existing
Proidcd further: That the Commis
sioners shall give thirty days noticu by
six consecutic publications in not exceed
ing threo newspapers published in tho
city of Washington of tho day to which
said postponement is made.
THE CAUCUS TO-NIGHT.
What the Scnntors Will Merldo Itc
Rnrillnc; tlio Elections lllll.
At tho caucus of Hcpublican Senators to
bo luld to-night an extra effort will bo
mado to agrco upon n programme in re
gard to the Elections bill which will com
mand tho support of 11 majority of tho
party. It is mora than probable in fact,
almost certain that there will be reached
a conclusion which willdnuway with tho
present apparent uncertainty of purose
which the efforts of tho ltepuhlicnn Sena
torial managers havo heretofore scjcly in
duced. Tho caucus may not detcrmlno what
will bo the fato of the unpopular measure
with which it will deal, but will certainly
outline tlio courso which will bo pursuod
before the final test Is made. It is a mis
take to underestimate tho strength of the
Senators who nro in favor of the bill.
They aro going to have ft voto on it and
they may pass It. They say they havo
gono so far thut to allow the mutter to
drop would boa gravo political mistake.
As to tho lirogramme which they will
adopt, it will in all likelihood have two
branches. In tho first place effort will bo
made to get a final vote on the bill under
tho present rules of tho Senate. In tho
second placo if that fails a resolution to
cut off debate and take a voto will bo
As stated, the outcome is involved in
doubt, but tlio Itepubllcau managers are
going to clear the decks of tho hill at as
early a day as possible, and it begins to
look as though they may clear them by
sending the bill back to the House, as It
may bo amended by tho Senate.
More Money Wanted to Feed Indians.
Tho Secretary of tho Interior wants
50,000 for thu purchase of additional
subsistence for tho Indians. Tlio Com
missioner of Indian Affairs lays tho
blamo for this condition of affairs to
short crops in tho West and decreased ap
propriations, Tho tribes appealing to tho
Government for help, the Commissioner
says, lare principally tho Yankton Sioux
of bouth Dakota, the Arickarees, Gros
Ventres and Manilas at Fort Hcrliold
Agency, North Dakota, tho Northern
Arapaboes of Wyoming nnd thoSisseton
and Devil's Lake Indians.
To Kqiilp the New Observatory.
Tho Secretary of tho Navy has asked for
nn appropriation of 2!l,487, to bo used In
connection with abandoning tho old and
equipping me new -avai uoservatory.
K'nvorliiK tho Electric Itonil.
James V.. Clements, Commonwealth
Attorney for Alexandria County, Vn., has
oddrcsscd a long letter to tho District
House Committee in favor of tho F.lectrlc
rtoArtn op electhical coxtuol.
The Members In the City Heady tn
Lieutenant Shunk of tlio ihigincer
Corps of the Army, Professor Itowiand of
Johns Hopkins University, nnd Mr.
Andrew lioscwntcr of Omnha, Neb., com
prising the Hoard of lUectrical Control in
the District of Columbia, called on tho
Commissioners this morning. They wero
introduced by Captain I.usk, who has as
signed them to a room in thu District
Hulldlngs, where they will commonci
their hibois to-morrow.
Tlio board wns created by an act of Con
gress parsed last session, which speellles
that they shall devlso somo plans regard
ing tho most economic and scieutlllo dis
position of underlying mains and pipes to
prevent tho tearing up of streets In thu
luturc. Tho hoard will also report on tho
practicability of n subway electrical sys
tem, regarding cost, advantages, etc.
Messrs. Shunk nnd Howhind wero ni
polnted for their superior kiioniedgo in
electrical improvements, and Mr. Itoso
wnter for his long aeipialntaneo as an 011-
filnccrwith all matters pertaining to pub
ltnlil nil a Club.
On Saturday night Lieutenant Kelley,
Sergeant Hoylo and Detective lllock and
a squad of olllcers from tho Sixth Pro
elm t mado a raid 011 thoWinthrop Club,
ut tho corner of Sixth street and Pennsyl
vaula incline, They found a quantity of
cheeks and enrds and two round tables,
but no gamoin progiess, There wero a
number of men lu tho place and they
wero all taken Into custody as witnesses.
Tlio enso was called in thu l'olico Court
this afternoon, when John James w.is
charged with maintaining n gamingtable,
and Samuel Giissciiheinier with permitting
one tnbusct upon tho premises. Augustus
Krnu3kopf and Gcoigo MuAlllotcr wero
llrst called ns witnesses. The latter ad
mitted Hint ho played poker every
night ho went to tlio club, and that
he never had any tlmo to devoto to liter
ary exercises. Tlieru was a "kitty" kept
in which a rake-off was deposited for
drinks and refreshments, James Jacobs
said hu often went thero to read tho
papers and wrlto letters. Occasionally ho
would participate In u game of cribb.igo,
poker or seven up.
1, Ilium' I.leeimo (Iriuiteil.
A retail liquor license was granted to
day to James P, Hay, 1503 1) btrcct north
wist. S0.00 suits and overcoats.
Ilros., 7th and L'.
HANDOLl'H COVLK DEAD.
Tlio Criminal Court Adjourn us it
Murk of Hcspret
An Interesting legal career was brought
suddenly to an end yesterday morning
when Assistant United i'tates District At
torney llnmtolph Onylo died nt his homo lu
Georgetown, llnvlng caught n violent
cold during tho recent snow storm, Mr.
Coylowns confined tn his bed nnd was
slowly recuperating, w lien ho receive In
sudden stroke of paralysis on Saturday
night. Ho survived for n few hours, but
did not recover consciousness. Ho pasied
nwny nt 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. Coyle was born In Washington
foily-seven years ago last September.
When quite a youuguian lie was appointed
nssMaiit clerk of tho Supremo Cotut of
tho United States. Ho studied law and
wns graduated by tho Columbian Law
School, Soon alterward, resigning tho
Supremo Court clerkship, lie became secre
tary of tlio Mexican Claims t'omnilislon.
After lis labors wero ended ho was o
polntcd, somo llflccn years ago, to the
jxMtion held by him at tho time of his
death. He was prosecutor In thu Police
Court nt llrst, but nfterwnrd wns transferred
to tho Criminal Court. For 11 number nf
years past, how ecr, ho has had general
supervision of tho criminal proceedings In
the District under Judgo lingo.
He was a verv thorotmh and careful
lawyer. Ho framed tholndlctmcutin the
tlultcaii ense, which was always regarded
us 11 wonderfully complete one, leaving
no loopholo for escape.
Mr. Coylo leaves a widow and four chil
dren. This afternoon at .1 o'clock tho Har As
sociation met in tho City Hall and passed
resolutions expressing regret for the death
of their colleague, and condolence to his
Out of respect for the memory of Mr.
Coyle the Criminal Court adjourned this
morning on tho motion of Mr. Clngett. In
moving the adjournment .Mr. Clngett
smko briclly and slowly and displayed
considerable emotion. ".My feelings do
not is'rmit me to enter Into an eulogy of
Hunilolpll Coyle," ho said. "Ho was be
loved and honored by his associates and
respected by tho community. Ho lias
Konuto his reword and has left behind
him a uniiiu of which anybody might ho
Silence prevailed when Mr. Clagctt
took his scat, nnd for a fow moments
Chief Justlco Hinghnm did not speak.
Finally, In n very low voice, ho said: "I
had tho pleasure- of apHilntlng Mr. Coyle,
nnd nil that lias been said by Mr. Clagctt
I fully appreciate. As 1 was not directly
associated with him I do not rcall.o to the
full extent that ho docs thu death of Mr.
Coyle. Ho was always esteemed very
highly as n lawyer. Ills character w.is
certainly of tho very highest and most
excellent. Tho court is adjourned out nf
respect for tho memory of our associate."
District Attorney Moloney announced
the death of Assistant District Attorney
Coylo in the Police. Court at tho tlmo of
adjournment. He said that n man had
been lost to tho community of whom all
were proud and whoso legal knowledge
was not disputed.
Judgo Miller, in reply, said that all
would sincerely regret tliu death, not only
on account of his great ability in drawing
legal documents, uut also on account 01
his many traits of character.
Ll'.CTUItlNG Mil. HliAIXE,
Tho T.iiiulfiii ".Stiiiiilnrtl" cm tho llehi.
Ins Sea Dllllculty.
Lomjo.v, Jan. 0. Tho StanJtml, conv
nicutlng on the recent phases of tho Hchr
Ing Sea dispute, says that tlio matter
wears a very unpleasant aspect, l.vcn
the possibility of a rupturo between Eng
land nnd tho United States, the paper con
tinues, cannot bo mentioned without n
feeling of deep regret. Tlio United States,
says the Maiitlani, may count upon u con
tinuance of that lull measure of patience,
courtesy and firmness which lCngland has
already displayed In tho settlement of this
vexed question. The artlclo then slg
"Hut Mr. Illaino would do well to bear
In mind that the firmness will bo com
mensurate, should tho moment nrrivo for
its exerciso. witli the patience and courtesy
with which he has so far been treated.
Ho seems extravagantly anxious to put
Hcfcrring to tlio nbsenco from London
at this Juncture of the United States Min
ister, the Stamford says:
"Mr. Lincoln cannot too soon return
and devote himself to ascertaining the In
tentions of our foreign ollleo und com
municating them to his Government."
There is not a person in P.nglaud hut
would hear w ith profound regret that shots
had been exchanged between British uud
American vessels, except in courtesy.
Hut it would excite greater regret to hear
that tho British flag had been insulted,
and the national honor had not been vin
dicated by prompt reprisals, but w e will
never believe that the American people
will suffer its public servants to force n
conflict by n wanton outrago on our flag.
We gladly bow to tho tribunal of Inter
national law, but not to tho nod of
Blaine. We trust he will not persist in a
menace which is certain to bo resented
ON THE BLUE DANUBE.
The Ice llroke and Many Lives Were
Pfstii, Jan. 5. The ice-covered surface
of the river Danube, between Uufa nnd
Pesth, wns yesterday tho scene of a start
ling tragedy. A crowd of merry-makers
wero holding high carnival on tho ice,
when, after a scries ot loud and sharp re
ports, tho ieo hroko in a number of
places, nnd great fissures, through which
ran the dear water of tho river, appeared,
confronting tho skaters and cutting them
off from the shores. Panic immediately
seized upon the. isolated groups, and, in
a general rush for safety which followed,
thu terrified skaters either dashed into,
were crowded, or wero drawn Into tho
swift running water and were sucked
under tho lea und swept away.
Kverythlng posslblo wosdonoby thoso
who escaped and by thoso who wero ob
serving tho recently happy and cheerful
scene lrom tho shore to rescue tlio unfor
tunate victims. Many wero saved at the
moment when death seemed inevitable.
It Is, however, known that 11 number of
persons who wero on tho river at tho time
of the catastrophe are missing, and It is
feared that they were drowned.
It.lil fin- I.lbrl.
A sensational case was developed lu tho
Police Court this morning, in which
Samuel T. l.uckctt was tho defendant
and Samuel L. Dal.ell tho prosecuting
witness, Tho charge was that of libel.
Mr. Luekitt's attorney walcd examina
tion and furnished .i00 bull for appear
ance before the grand jury. The warrant
accompanying thu warrant of arrest sets
forth that on the 'MC day of December
Samuel T. Luckett wroto n letter to Dal
zcll defaming his character.
DlniiiuiiilK lllkeii vol lit In IIiIIIhIi (liil.ma.
Information has been received by tho
Bureau of American ltepubllcs of thu dis
co; cry of diamonds in British Guiana by
persons who 1110 prospecting for gold, and
a largo Immigration from Great Britain
Is turning that way in consequence.
A Voir 'nnilctif'i'.
Fog-bothered Londoners will bo rejoiced
to hear that an Inventor claims to havo
hit uiHin a plan for condensing fog, pack
ing It In nlr-tlght canvas bags, and dump
ing it in thu sea. It Is ilono by electricity,
ol course; and suvcral thousand cublo feet
of fog, tho Inventor estimates, can bo con
densid hy n single stroke of his cluetrle.il
automatic fog pump, That man and his
pump aro wanted In Loudon just now.
A foituno would bo his icniuneratlou If
successful, and bo might mako another by
forming a syndicate, to utlliu tlioc.irbou
extracted lorn tho vapor, it would mvd
powerful pumps to tacklo a London fog
Wliu 11 niigiii iinvo 10 00 uroKcu up ursi
with 11 snow plough; but there Is certainly
something picasiug iniiioiueniu geuuig
n metropolitan fog curled off as if it were
it mere snowfall. Curiously enough, tho
fng-dlspeller halls from British Columbia,
not from Connecticut,
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Cures Dyspepsia, "in
digestion & Debility.
PINANCIAIi AND COMMERCIAL.
Nkw Yoiik, Jnn. 0. Money loaned nl
Kxchimgo firmer; posted rales, .sii?
I80J; nctunl rntc, I70j3 ISO for sixty days
ml ISIJplfOJfor demand.
Governments stcadvj currency fls, 100
bid; is, coupon, 121 bid; 'Us, do., 1031 bid.
The stock market wns more active this
morning, 1W,KW shares changing; hands
In the two hours to noun. In the early
trailing prices declined fractionally, ilu'1
prlmipally ton sharp selling, but the sell
ing dlul out shortly and by II o'clock tho
dccllno was more than recovered under
the lend of houlslllo and Nashville,
Northern Pnellle preferred, Lackawanna
nnd Hock Island. Tho advance nt II
o'clock as compared with Saturday's
flguris ranged fnnii A. to 1) percent.
Louisville and Nashv Illo continued toad
Vance, but Mobile and Ohio was tsnuolally
strong, udMiucliig two point". '1 tie top
figures of tho morning were current at
noon, tho nihntiro ranging from tol!J
icricnt. At this writing the market Is
'mil but dull.
WnshliiKtnn Stock i:xehnni;c.
ltcKirt1 for Tin: CntTic by Hurley t
Stecns, renl iMntu and local securities,
13.15 F street northwi st.
Sales licgulnr call. 12 o'clock in.
Col. Nat. Hank, 10 nt 162. Wash. Ha. Si
nt lOJt.Mnt-tni; Slat 102; 2."nt 102; lint
102. U.S. Hlccttlc Light; 11) at 13.1; 1 at
13: 3 nt 13.i.
Mlscellnneous Bonds W. & O. IE. 11.
10-10 Cs, lt'us-'Sl, 100: W. .fc O. It. H. eon
vertiblo (is, 105; Wash. Mnrkct Co.,
1st mnit. 0s, 10S; Wash. I.t. Infantry. 1st,
C. IIXH, !W; Wash. Lt. Infantry, :M, 7s,
11)01,1)1; Wash. Gaslight Co., Scr. A, Cs,
111; Wash. Gaslight Co., Ser. II, 0s, 111;
American Security and Trust, rs, lf.
National Hank Stocks Hank ot Wash
ington, -ISO; Hank of Itepubllc, L"00; Metro
politan, 270; Central, .100; Farmers and
Mechanic. WO; Citizens', 170; Columbia,
1C0; Capital, 120; West End, 03; Traders',
Jinllrond Slocks Wash, and Geo., &W;
Metro) olltan, 110; Capitol nnd North O
Street, fif); F.ck'ton A Sol. Home, fiOJ.
Insurance Stocks Firemen's, 10:
Franklin. 60: Mctronolitnn. SI: National
Union. 17; Arlington, 105; Corcoran, OS;
Columbia, II J; German American, ltli;
Potomac, 8); lliggs, 7J; Pcoplo's, 5; Lin
coln,,'); Commercial, I.
Title Insuranco Stocks Heal 1'state
Title, 120; Columbia Title, 5.
Gas and Hlcctric Light Stocks Wash
ington Gas, 401; Georgetown Gas, -18;
U. S. F.lcetrio Light; 1OT.
Telephone Stocks Pennsylvania, 25;
American Grophophone, 12.
Miscellaneous stock Washington Mar
ket, 10: Wash. Safe Deposit, 120; Pneu
matic (um Carriage, j; Wash. Loan A'
Trust Co., I; American Security it Trust
Chicago Wheat Market.
Ciiic.Mio, Jan. 5. Opening: Wheat
May, 0S5. Corn May, Mil. O.its-May,
I5J. Pork January, 10.075; May, 11.37.
Lard January, 5.00; .May, 11.421. Itihs
January, 5.20; May, 0.75.
Tho grand jury returned tho following
indictments this afternoon:
James Byrnes, for the murder of Hobcrt
Hicks on September !); W. W. Gould, for
selling lottery tickets; Frederick Barker
and Georgo Barker, for keeping a liolicy
shop; Charles Kenzlg, keeping policy
shop; ClmrlesStrang, kceplngpollcyshop;
Hubert Hushes, alius Hobcrt Smith, vio
lation policy laws; Hobcrt 1). Hullln.falso
pretenses; Prank Mtinroe. larceny; Win.
Lucas, robbery; Frank Iilxnu, larceny;
Johanna Quill, larceny; Joseph Unubert,
houso-brraklng; Joseph Brown, larceny;
Thomas Walker, forgery of n note for $12
on Patrick Moore; Chus. Branson, alias Jus.
Boss, house-breaking; Markwcll Payne,
assault witli Intent to commit rape; Henry
C. Stewart, larceny of SlGOfrom Frank N.
Loving; Thomas Walton ami William
Brown, violation of net to suppress gam
ing; John Caton, house-breaking at night;
Samuel Lloyd, false pretense.
Tho following cases were ignored:
John Jackson, violation of the nolicv
law: William 11. Barlow, violation of tlio
policy law; Samuel Harris, violation of
tiio policy law; Nathaniel Jordan, assault
with intent to kill James II. Dabuey De
cember 0; William 1'ratt, assault with In
tent to kill Mollle Pratt December 22.
Just beforo adjourning tho grand jury
had a pleasant leave-taking hi the jury
room. The foreman, Morgan 11. God
dard, presented each member with a gift,
and received himself a handsome gold
headed cane. This was presented to him
by H. F. Lloyd, on behalf -of his col
leagues. Hesolntlons were also passed regretting
the death of Handolph Coyle, and resolv
ing that lu his death his family lost a lov
ing husband and father, and the Govern
ment a faithful officer. These resolutions
were entered on the minutes.
Opening of 11 New Church.
Miles Tabernacle, on Third, near L
btrect, was formally dedicated yesterday,
tho sermon being delivered by Professor J.
E. Runkin of Howard University. At 3
o'clock Hev. J. S. Craighead, dean at tho
theological department of Howard Uni
versity, preached, and at night Bishop W.
II. Miles of Loulsvillcoccupledtlio pulpit.
The services will be continued throughout
Meetlnc of the Press Club.
Tho Washington Press Club will hold u
business meeting in the parlors of tho
Metropolitan Hotel to-morrow afternoon
at A o'clock. A full attendance Is de
sired. Did the Prince Come lletweeu Them?
From tht Vhhago AVirV.
The long and curious Intlinacy between
I.lllic Langtry and Fred. Gebhard seems
to have been interrupted forever. Tlio re
lations were strained nt tho tlmo J.anctry
left this country tho last time, but when
Gebhard heard that the fair creaturo was
ill lu London lio started at onco across tho
ocean, determined to effect a reconcilia
tion. As soon ns ho got to Loudon ho
hastened to call on Langtry,
As luck would hao it. ho arried at her
hotel at tho very time when the Prince of
Wules was paying his resjicets to the lady.
His caul was returned with thu message
that he would havo to wait aw bile that
Mrs. Langtry could recel e no other is
itor while his ltoyal Highness was calling.
Words would fall to comey even an
Idea of the Intensity of Mr. Gebhard's
wrath; ho flounced out of the hotel, went
back to bis own rooms, packed his lug
gage and started for Liverpool by tho lint
CONKY I.HALil.-On 1I11110 97. INK, at lho
linrsonauo ot 'trinity Church, by Itev. Thonns
ll. AilQltou, Kuwunl II, L'unry 11ml Daisy -V.
Dririnticr 31, W, nt tho rrslilenco of tho
lirMc'n pnrvlitn In Norfolk, Vn., hy tho l!ev.
Puttier Dougherty, (leori!o P. .Inrkson of
Washington, 1), l, to lleter it. Wtilltcinoro
of Norfolk, Ya,
MAHC'UMHYKK WOODNl'TT.-On Jmi.
ncy 1, Ml, nt turjiiovoiitli street northwest, b
tho Itev. T. S. Wjncoop, A. il. P. .Mux.lt
incjcr unit Aiuilo .M. Wooituutt.
PAHKMAN IIKTTKS.- At the tfililenco ot
tho brlito'A parents, Ilrrriiiber SI, IS'io. nt '!
o'clocl., by lho Itev, Hush It. Milppen, Itobrrl
It. Turkman and Josephine Dcttes, butii vt
WItKllir-flOIiKHr.y. At lho residence of
tlio bride's mint, .Mrs. U. II, Hilton, .lunuiiry 1,
1SIII, nt I o'clock, bv tlio Itev. .loot llrnun, Wni,
T. VVrlght ot l.on llrnmli, X. J., mid I.llllu -M.
fOYI.n.-lnOforgelimn, I), t'.on Siutdity
miiriiliii;, January t, ls'JI, Handolph Cojle.
lllTF. -At his Uto lesldfiue, No. iflHP
street northwest, on huinlny morning, .fnniiiiry
I, John A. Ilurf, lu tho i.'UIi je.ir of his ai;o.
The funeral services will ho held at th
Metropolitan MctlioJI't HpUianal I'lnucli,
rntir-ittid-n.half nml (' street northvtoit, 011
Tuesday, January t), at - o'clock p, 111,
l'TWUMlN.- On Saturday, .lnmnry 1, isnt,
ot il:15 p. in., Ilcnjamln N., utlofcil liush.iud of
.Miirlhn i:. lVrgiisoii, uged (') jvirs nml u
bTUVlINS.-On January S, lsli, Ann
ugwl us, nt her rcstdcuio, llJO II street north
west. TOJJKfiV Suddenly, on January 3. lsot, at
f'50 p. 111., Allco It., beloved child ot ll-burd T.
and Tlltlo K, Toner.
Alir.I.I..-At Prorldcneo Hospital, oii.lnnu
nry '.', IMH.nt U o'clock 111., llernnril, beloved
sou ot Jnincs T. unit riiuan P. Abelt, formerly
ot ht. .Mary's County, Md., aged '.'1 jears.
HUBS. -On Saturday, January 3, 1331. at
D:1U , ui., of consumption, Carrie L. Hllt,
Unuifbter ot the Into Charles II, lHlm,
fCby- ANNUALMKETINfl OP THE BTOI'K
;' lioli'.ctr of tlio Emit I able tlmlowincnt
Awoclflllun will be liclil nt Its iidlcc IOT f f t.
11. w Wellington, I), C, JANl'AUV 80. 1&11.
.1 n' lock p. 111., to elect n board of ittrectorH niut
trnfunct mcli other business ns mny properly
come bctoro such meeting
la'-ia-ID AM.EN V. IT.AIIK, Hccreliry.
tJT-WASIII.NtnO.V, II. V.. .TANUAHY.
I-2 tsiil, Tho niiminl ineetlmt ot the
ttockliolctcrs ot tlio Ecklngton mm Sol tier'
Homo Ilntlwny Compony ot tlio District ot
Cnltimbla for tlio election ot nlnoitlro'tors
will bo held nt tlio ofllco ot tho rnmiiitiy, room
lt, Atlnntlc llnllitlng, Wfishlnttton, II. ('.,
.lAM'AKY 1 1, 1WI, between tho hours of 17 111.
rial 11 o'clock 11. ni. Transfer books will lu
closed from lOth to IStli Inelnstve.
FULL COMMK8ION TO
HEAL K-JTATE A0HNTS
1'or Prices and Terms
EMMONS A. KLNO,
ltullders ml Owners,
KjST-rtm .M.rcot(Ni:it op spuuci:
ss' street and Harcwood avenue, Lo Droit
Flvo New Two-story and Attic IlrMc Dwell
ings, Vlth l'orcnes, nil .Modem 1m
prove nicnts on Spruce street.
8lv Houses, Two btortes, Attics mid Cellars -Finished
with Paper All Modern Im
provements, on flnrewood avenue.
Also corner House, corner of Qpruco tintl llaro
For Prlro and Terms Apply to
WILLIAM J. l.KWIi,
Owner nml Dulldcr,
fei:t HLT.iiivr.ii. int. white,
14in 1'cnnsjlvanls avenue, oppostto Wlllard's
Hotel. Thousands fiom far nnd near visit Dr.
White's establishment fur relict from and avoid
ance nf corns, bunions, diseased nails and nil
other foot troubles. Hours, H a. ni. to 0 p. 111.
Sundnvs, 0 to ii.. Ofllco for f 1 per visit for put
ting the feet In good order. Established injt.
jggjr"J. WILLIAM LEU
(Successor to Itcury Leo's SONS),
CM PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W"
Ilrancli Oftlec, 403 Maryland five. s. vv.
BSwhy" not" have" yWiis7i7uts
-' mado by 0110 of tho most celebrated
cutters tn America f Prices samo as thoo
thlnl-rato cutters charge. P. T. HALL, U03 F
nianufncturtng roneern In the District;
fight man con malm t' n week. Call at ollleo
1, -rSlctlitt.il. w. ."i-.1t
TANTED-AN HONEST HtlY. AI1I.E TO
rend, 11 to IS 5 enrs old. to tend door nnd
Co rrrends: rcferer.res required, fall nt Hli
nth si. Mt
ITT ANTED-A YOl'NO WMIITKniUtrwilO
VV Is willing to ninl.o herself generally use
fill In family ot adults: refereneo required.
fell ;.". D st. 11. w. 5
"ITlTANTUll A WOMAN TO COOK, WASH
V and Iron; references required. 1121 l'Jtli
St. n. vv. M
11TANTED-A M1DDI.E-AUED WOMAN
ousovvork; must itay nlghtii
Call -HM 1st st. 11. w
WANTED-A Olltl, FOlt OENE11AI.
housework. Apply SJ'I hpruco st I.o
Droit Pork. 3-:!t
NTED-A TIDY COLOltED (Hill,
f I .u, iuukiin nun bcuvi.u nuuunuiA. ,,,11
In family; must havo reference. Apply 11-t N.
Y. ave. ajit
ANTED-A ItESl'ECTAIILK WHITE
n-lrl Tnr frnrr'il linnfnt-k nn u.ihlnir.
Call at 191 (let. -'I-Jt
ANTED IMMEDIATELY AN EX-
f perlcnced girl In confectionery and bak
; reference lequlrcu.' Call atfrcWi,' Utll n.vy.
wash and hou tor snull family. II HI (
ANTED AT ONCE A OOOD COOK.
washer and Ironcr; one to stay at night
preferred. Apply at ai IN. J. ave. e.
WANTED-NEAT, TIDY GIHL TO COOK,
wash and Iron; city references required.
Apply at 1311) j it. n. vv. Mt
WANTKD-A ItELIAHI.E, COMI'EI'ENT
white girl for general housework for
family of S: most have excellent reterenees.
Apply auN tt. n. w. .11-31
WANTED A COMPETENT WHITE
woman for chamber and Rcneral house
work for u small family; no children; a suitable
person will havo a good homo. Inquire S'iJ Dili
st. n. w. rjl-3t
1TTANTED-A ItESFEOTAHI.K WHITE
Vy boy about 10 cars of age to make him
self useful lu the storo and run errands. Apply
nt MM Dili tt. n.w. ni-3t
1TITANTED-A TIDY, KELIAIILE WOMAN
VY as nurse; ono who ha had experience
with children. Call 1505 2Mh st. n. w. 31 -it
ANTED-MAID OP ALL WOllKl 0001)
home; good wages. 15 E st.n.w. 3)-:)t
"VirANTED-A STEADY COLOltED OIHL
VV to do general housework. Apply atKllsj
N.Y.nve.11. w. 3.WI
SfTTiVPPH t (WVMIII.'TPVS I1ITTI.I.-II
VV Arply'at 1311 N'st. bet.'lt) and VJnnd
ing cny rerc
WANTED-SETTLKD WHITE WOMAN
for rooking nnd general housework;
bring references and stay night. Cull nt ton
1st st. ivvv. JU-11
1Y7-ANTEDA HOY, II TO 17. WHITE, WITH
VY somo experience In photograph); brln
references. Apply lliililh t. n. vv. l-lt
VTANTED-A "coI.OIIED HOY F.N A
TV barbershop. Call at oneo nt W0 (1 st.n.w.
W ANTED-A SITUATION AS HOUSE
girl or cook; good references. Apply lTtV)
WANTED-IIY A COMPETENT I'ltENCH
vi oman with good references, a situation
as nurso and chambermaid In a private family,
Apply bis nth st. 11. vv. 5-tt
1VANTED-HY A YOUNo" COlToilED
man, n place a waiter In n private fain-
llv ; willing nnd obliging; good reference.
Call l3'.V4lb.t..vv. 3-llt
1TANTED-ilY A lrESPEOTAULE OIHL,
Via placo to do general housework or chain
berwork In small family; best reference. Call
at 4NI Missouri nve. n, vv, 3-3t
WANTED-A PLACE AS WAITElt OH
coachman In a private family by a re
spectable eoloied man. Apply nt 170!) Illgg
st bet. U and V. a-1t
WANTED-SITUATION AS MEssllNOEIt
orofflce bov; can do nnv kind of work.
Apply to WAltltEN Ale COY, 0 1st.n.w.
WANTED-IIY 1THST-CLASS "WAITElt
from Haltlmore, n place In Washington;
good lercrence. Call or address Hllj Covington
l bet. Mil and luth, I) nml It 11. vv. U-Sl
11TANTKII-1IY A HES1ECTAI1I,E AND
V Industrious colored man, n situation as
driver for private tiimll); experienced andean
rnriiUh reference. Call or address 11ENHY
HOIIEIt'l SON, ',' llaltlmoro st. 11, vv, '.'-.'it
TANTKH -HY A JIESPECTAIII.E SEP.
1 lleil itiloreit womiiii wjishlnir mid nil
kinds of cleaning and housework lo 1I0; best of
city reterenees. Apply at ll JU V st, 11, vv. 3l-'lt
WANTED - SITUATION AS W'TvI 1'Elt,
potter, roachinan or hostler; tlrt-cbisn
refeiences, Address ll't I .Mass. ave. 11, vy. 31-lt
IXTANTED HY A HESPECT.MILK COI.'D
man work lu grocery Horn or prlvuto
family and take c.iro of horse; good references.
Cull for threo d.ijs, Kill Itlgg it. 11, vv., bet. U
iiiid V sts. 3KU
WANTED- SimVlTON 11Y ltKsl'EOt'
nlilo colored maun porter or Janitor; cm
fin nlsh best refereneo, Cull or address tIKi),
douolass, :ni p st. . vv. ant
lirANTKI) -SITUATIONS HY SHWEDISIl
VV girls as cook and rhimberuiald; In ono
family preferred, Address 1W.HJ N. II. nve. 11. w.
TANTED-HY IIESPECTAHLE WHITE
1 trill. 11 situation lo da plain cooking or as
ehambrrmnld, waiting or nursing; reference.
Addres X , till ofllec. .Wit
lirANTED-HY HESPECTAHLK WHITE
VY woman, a situation a professed cook lit
nrsi-cias luuiiiy; goou rtierence. Appiy ut
Wl ttb et, u. vv.; no card answered,
YirANTED-llY A HESl'EOrAlll.K COI.'D
V girl, a situation a rook or laundress;
good icfcienctt. Apply 303 1, it. u, w, 3).3t
Schedule In effect January I. Ml,
Trains Irave t'nlon Depot, sixth nnl II
streets, tti.ftT n. in. for Newport New, Old
Point Cnintoit nnd Norfolk dally. Arrive at
Old Point at u.tfl p. 111. and Norfolk nt II.V1 p. in.
Wlla. in - Cincinnati Express ihllv fofsti
lloiia 111 Virginia. Wet vlrvlnla, Kentuky
pnd Cincinnati. Yestlbulo sleepers through
without change to Cincinnati, arriving at
H.'-.T p, 111.
II. It) p. 111. V. P. V.Vestlbulo Limited. dally.
Solid trains, with dlnlnif enrs, run tliriuili
without change lo Cincinnati. Vestibule
hlerper for Lexington and Louisville. Pull
man Cant are open to receive passengers nt!)
(1 nil e, BI3 Pennsv lv aula nvenno.
II. W lT'LLElt, lleli. Pass. Agent.
pltoroSAI.S Poll CAST IIION DOOIt AND
I Window Frames and Wnshboiid
OMro or llnlldlng for Library of Congress, Nn.
11.1, East Capitol ttreet, Washington, 1). C,
December nn. lien). -Soiled proposiN for fur
nishing, delivering and putting In placo com
plete llic cast Iron frames, rising ami trim
ming for doors, window nml washboards lu
the basemont nml llrst story, nnd the east Iron
frame for door and w Indow In tlio collar of
lho building for the Library ot Congress, in
this city, will bo received nt this (Hiiro until !
o'clock p. in. nn WEDNESDAY, THE Mil
DAY OP FEllHl'AItY, leil, nnd opened Imme
diately thereafter lu presence ot bidders
Specifications, general Instructions and condi
tion and blank forms of proposal may bo ob
tained nn application nt this oilier.
HEltNAllD It. OKEEN, Superintendent
clcc.'lo;Jan9,3,7;fcbMA3 and Engineer.
tOlt" HKNT-sn 1.VTH ST. N. W OI'l'O.
I' site Sl.nrchnin, 3 handsome communicat
ing parlors on 1st floor: suitable for entertain
ing; also room on '.'d floor; single or en suite;
open fires. f":,t
17011 1IENT-1337 H ST. N W.,LAItllE Tail
J' story south front ba -window room; suit
able for'J; with bonid; private family. 5-'lt
J 7011 HENT-T LAlttlE FtlltNISIIED
1 or unfurnished room; beat and gas; south
cm exposure. Inquire at HIS French st. 11. vv.
TJSOII "ltENT-PNFlMtNlSllED, 3 COMMIT
U ideating rooms, 8d Hour; new house; mod
ern Improvements; heat, light nnd bath; (IS.
t05 Ma", nve. n. e. 3-3t
TpOlt IIENT-A LAHOE, NICELY FlMt
' nlshed ltd story front room; with or without
board; central location; private family, ,'lU'iil
st. 11. vv. 3-'lt
T'jTOlt ltENT"in.'ll NEW YOIIK AVE. N. W.;
Inrpa. tilclv fiiriilnliffl il!nrr friint rnntnt
central location; reference ex
ntOlt 1IENT 'MM (I ST., PUIINISHED
L; rooms with board; convenient to Navy,
'l reasury nnd War Depirtments; hcrdlc pa
the door; table boarder taken. 3-.1t
3I710K KENT NEAll DIM'ONT CHICLE, IN
1 private residences or 3 room to nlco fain
ever thing flrst-elass. fi',10 l'.Uli st. 3-:it
J;S0H HENT 17i!l F ST. 1 'JD FLOOR
? front room, $15; 1 3d floor room, f s; heat,
gas and bath; private famllv; near elegant
It KENT Vl 0 ST. N. W.-IT.EASANT
suite of furnished room for rent: south
ern exposure: about ono square from Ebbllt,
lliggs nnd Willnrd' Hotel. SJlt
ITUlit IIENT-1 FtlltNISIIED AND i! UN
J' furnished room on 2d floor; water and
gas. 731 3d t. n. vv. 2-1t
"TTIOIt KENT-l S1NOLE AND 1 DOUIILE
V loom, 3d and Ith Hours, tarnished. 13tr
II st.n.w. 9-lt
IpOH I1ENT- 1C.17 17T11 ST., 1 ItOOM: OAS
' and heat; furnished or unfurnished; 1 hall
loom, with board, tjsi); near lierdlc. 3t--)t
lOlt IIENT-1 LAHOE, NICELY FUH
I' nlshid front room; 3 windows; no objec
tion tn light housekeeping, WIS 11th st. n. vv
I poll Itl'.NT-llil 7TII ST. N. W 3 UNFUIt
J nUhed bedroom on 2d floor; gn nnd water.
1JSOH 1IENT-3 UNFUItNiSirEDTtOOMs":
suitable for housekeeping. ApplyloKU'i
N. Carolina ave. s. e. :Klt
TTiOH HENT-AT 401 1ST ST. N. W A
13 comfortably rarnl-lied room, with good
board, tn a gentleman; JIB per month. 30-3t
ITIOlt 1IENT NEWLY FtlltNISIIED AND
unfurnished rooms; also an office, room
on Ut floor. Ml (I st. n. vv. .Wit
noil HENT NICELY PUIIN1S1IED 2D
ij story room nt reasonnblo price; board if
desired; private family,
Call after I
p. m. nt
lain it st.
IJIOH HUNT A LAHOE FUHNISHED
3 front room, with heat and go. 114T 17th
st. n. wv, gentlemen preferred; references re
roit SAi.K axi)hi:nt.
tSeaL ESTATE BULLETIN.
THOJIAS E. WAOOAMAN, 917 P street.
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
TWO-STOUY BHICK AND FI1AME HOUSES
fA 833 22il st, b h, n r each $l,V)0
llrrtand lull sth st, lib, uil.Ur l,4no
423Nat. fli, 5 rs and f houses In rear... 4,000
1328 Vst, f h, U rs 4,0110
to L st, h h, in I, 7 r 3,S0U
131 and 113 Pierce st, f h, or 3,301)
tUOHNst, bh, m l,7r 3,30(1
1210-1222 Aladlson st, f h, Ir 3,000
staute in alley net latn ami mu, iv. ami
2022 tlth st, bh, lirs
Kill mil st. f h. Irs
303 and 30.1 0 t alley, f h, 4 rs
mu nun aa, .. f, niicj, t (I, -, ll-ti...
tlltl and bis Marlon alley, t h, 4 rs.
421 and 420 Ost alley, th, Ir
1203 to 1210 33th st, b h, i: r each.
113 to lSPI Pierre st, b h, tl r
bl3 tn hill N lt are, b h, ll rs each,
0t)st, th, Br
HilftEst, f h
1220 3d si, th, 4 r
UNLMl'ltOVED PHOPEIITY FOlt SALE.
G st, bet N Cop and 1st st. and 2 brick
bouses on rear ot lot. For all $1,000
Yn ave ami 21th st 2,7. )
Necor20tliandlsts $1 OU
K st, bet lull and nth Us ,, I Ml
I. st, bet 13 and lCth 3 00
llthst.brtT and U 3 00
Ost, bit 13th and 1IHI 2 7.1
llithstbrtM amlN st 1 7.1
7th st bet lt and S 1 73
Florida ave bet N Cap andOsts 1 D3
HOUSES FOlt PENT.
2720 At stn vv. 14 rs
1247 31st t n vv, (I r
ISO I'd st e, 7r
4.11 N .1 avec, tl rs
413 N J nv i) e, 7 r
314.1(1-18 K st s vv, Ir
Hear i:K3-2.1-27.2l)-3) Lsj st s vv. I rs...
House rear 10 L st o nnd stable 2 r
1231 1st st n w, Irs
STOHES, OFFICES, ETC
Str and dug Ills) lCth st u vv, 11 rs...,
str ami dwg 1310 7th st nw, (i rs
Hall 2d floor 410 12th st ll vv
Str and dwg 038 7th st vv, II r
StranddwgSUOHstn vv, 0 rs
4iS La nv e, 1st floor, 2 front r
Str and dwg OH) (I st vv, (I r
Hall IXU4), st vv
Stable rear n27 Est n vv
Sloreioom 331 K st lie
. 18 0,)
... 7.1 (tl
... .Ml IK)
,... 3.1 03
... 30 0)
.... 30 00
. . . . 12 0)
In sum to suit at 0 per cent.
HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe a U. S, bond. Six per cent , pjynblo
quarterly, In suiusot $1,003. Small premium
'lho above la only a portion of the property
on my books. For full list tall at ollleo for
bulletin Issued on the 1st nnd 1.1th,
T. E. WAOOAMAN.
AIONP.V TO LOAN.
MONEY i O LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE OH
ilrsMlatH securities at lowest rales ot
interest. No delay where set urltv l good.
O. C. (IHEEN,
3U17tllst II W.
IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE SECL'HITY,
AT 3 AND ll 1'Elt CENT.
AI. M. PAIIKEIt,
1418 F t.
ONLY TO LOAN
III sum to sun.
On Approved Heal litatn Security.
II. II. WAHNEH .t CO.,
inn F st n vv.
1332 F Stroot Northwost.
FALL AND WINTER IMPOHTA
TIONB NOW OPEN,
Thla la tho Flnost Lino or WoolenB
Ever Soon In Washington.
ItA If. Ill) A lis.
ALTIMOIIE OHIO ItAILKOAD.
Schedule In effect January 1, 101.
Leave Washington from station corner of New
Jersey avenue nnd C street.
Foil CittcAiio and Northwest, Vestlbulcd
Limited express dally 1I.3U a.' in., cxpres
H.MI p. 111,
F011 Cim iknati, SI Louis and Indianapolis,
express dally, 3.30 nnd 11.30 p. ni.
Foil I'lTTsni'iui and Cleveland, express dally,
II.IX) a. m. nnd s.Wi p, in.
Ion LrxiNiToN nnd point In tho Shenandoah
Valley, lit) ion. m.
Fon WisciiKsTr.it and way stations, tj.'SOp. m,
P011 LfitAV, KWlp. in.
Foil llAiTiMiiur, week days, 10.1, H00, .r,
7.20. 7.IO, IHIHI. IVmlniltes), 8.30, !l 3.1, (ll.tm.
.), 13 minute), n. tn H.10. 3.13, il Of), (8.13
-15 minutes), 3,', .l.'Al, l.: (3 no, I.Vmlnuto),
6 tis, r,m,n.iio, 11.1.1, o.!ai, 7.13, 7.;). ii(), li):)
and 11.30 p. in. Sunday, 1.05, 7.V), 7.:w, 8.:io,
li.tn a. m illhO, -IVmlniilc), l.tH.tll.l, iljjfi,
a3, 4.30, (ft til, IVtnlnntcs), 8.03, 0.15, 0.20,
7.W. ti.UO, 1D3II, IL.'Jl p.m.
Fott Wat Station between Washington nnd
Ilatllmore, B il, (1 31. 8.30 n. m ,12 10,3111, l.'tl,
lisn, 7.:si, ll.:uii. in. Sumlats, H.33n 111., l.no,
3.23. 4.30, 11.211. 7,Tl. ll.tHI p. m.
Tiiains I cav r. llaltlmoro for Wnshlnglnn week
dnv, fUKi, 11.21). fi,!Kl, 7.11, 7'fi), H(K), H.31,
tU'll, 1112(1, 10.31 a. III.; 12.00. f'.' 10, il HI, 2.3).
SMI, Lift, OOII.IUIO, 1)211, 7 (13, 7.:)0, 7.10, M 1,
ti Oft ,l(il(), 111.211 ami It ))i. 111. Siiuiil.i), 0 3),
7.1ft, 8 :), 8.3.1. (1.30, 10.20. 10 33 a. Ill ; W.O), I.DI,
2.10. 2 30. -1.11, ft 00, (1.20, 7.03,7.30, 7.1'), 8.33,
10.10, 10.20 mid 11.11) p. 111.
Foil AN.VArot.ls, C.ai nod 810n m. 12.13 and
4.2.1p.m. Suiidn), s,.K)a. in. and (:il p.m.
Leave Annapolis U.3.1, 8.3f 1. in., 12.03, 3M p.
m. Sundays, 8 'Jin in., 3 33p ni.
Fon Station on lho Aletronolltan Ilrancli,
t, IS p. m, For principal stations only, 110.10
a ni.. 1 1 CO and tft.'Slp. m.
Fon OAiTiiiitsiii'iin and Intermediate point",
1ti 3ft, 111.00, tl0(), a. m., 112.30, 13.33, tl.:il,
8..-.1. tiono, IILtllp. in.
Foil Hoiu's and luicrmettlato stations, '7.09
Cncnc it thain leaves Waslilnglon on Sunday
nt 1.1.1 p. ni., stopping nt nil station on Met
Fon Fin.iir.ntch, 111.30 a. m.. $1.11, 13.30, tl.91
Foil IIaumistovvk, 1in.l0a. in , and 1,"30p, ni,
Tiiains arrive from Chicago dally ll.VJ a. in,
and 4.4.1 p ,m.; from Cincinnati und St. Louis
daily 3 M)n. in, and 2 03 p. in.; from Pittsburg
7.10n. in., Lift p. in. dally.
EOYAb ULCi: LINE FOlt NEW YOIIK AMD
FonNrvv Yoiik, Trenton and lho Hnl, 103,
1H.00, 0,), )2.(i()n, m.,a.ft0,M()nnd 10.!J)
p. in, llutrit Parlor Car on all day trains,
blrci Ing Car on tho 10.30 p, m open nt 11.00
ran Huston 2.ft0p. in. with Pullman llntTct
ircping car lunning tiirougu to iiotim
without change, via I'niighkccpslo llrldgo,
landing passengers In 11. o. At. station nt Hus
ton. Foil Plin-ADELl'IIIA, 10.1, 19.00. '10.00, T2.00,
noon, '2.W, ft), ti.1.1nnd !(.. m.
Fon Ni.w-ack, Del., Wilmington and Chester,
- i.ivi, mm a. ni., sr.isi noon, -.si, -ii.csi, -u.t3,
and '10.30 p. in. Limited expits stopping at
Wilmington only, 'lO.oon. in.
Toil lNTi.iuiriiiATi; point between Hilttmnro
and Philadelphia, 10.1) and ,7.20 n. m., UM,
3.23 p. m.
Thais leave New York for Washington,
11.00, tll.SO a. in,, '2.(10, 3.20, '3.00 p. ni, and
Thains leavo Philadelphia for Washington,
1.21, 8.13, ll.:i5n.m.,tl.t0,l.31,00j,'7.32
Foil Atlantic City, 4 (Hand 10 03 a. m W.00
noon. Miiidn) , ! 0.1 a m., 12 00 noon.
lExceptSnndny. 'Dally. Ssundny only.
ll.iggago called for and cheeked from hotel
and residence by Union Transfer Co. on order
left nt ticket office, oil) and 1331 Pennsylvania
avenue and nt depot.
J. T. ODELL. CIIAS. O, SCULL,
Pen. Manager. Pen. Pass. Ag't.
mill! OllEAT FENNbYLA'ANIA HOUTE
JL to tho North, West and Southwest.
Double 1 rack, Splendid Scenery.
btccl Halls. .Magnificent Equipment.
In Eitut .Iancaiiv ft, P5U.
Trains leavo Washington, from station, corner
of Sixth and II streets, cs follows:
roll PiTTsnunn nnd the West. Chicago Limited
Express nf l'lillnmn Vestibule Cai at 10,ftiia,
in. ilallv; Fast Line. lO.ftO a. m, daily to Chi
cago, ('oltimlius and St, Louis, with Parlor
Car llarrlsbiiri: to Pittsburg nnd Sleeping
v ars irom I'utsmirg in imuaunpoiii, I'ltts
burg to Coltiiiibus, Alloonn to Chlcigo. St.
Louis, Chicago and Cincinnati Expiess, 3.30
ii. ni. dull
nrlor Car Washington to Harris-
burg, and Sleeping Car Harrlsbur:
Lonls, Chicago and Cinclnnall, and Dining
Car llarrlsbiiri to St. Louis. Chl( aero nnd Clu
rlnnatl. Western E.xiuess at7.W p. in. dally,
with Sleeping Car Washington to Chicago
nnd St. Louis, conncctlngdallvatllnrrlaburg
with through Sleeper for Loulsvlllo ami
Memphis. Pullman Dining Car Pittsburg to
lllchmond and Chicago. Pacific Express,
10.00 p. ni. dully, for Pittsburg nnd thn Wrat,
with through Sleeper to Pittsburg nnd Pitts
burg to Chicago.
HALT1MOIIE AND POTOMAC KAILItOAD.
Fon Kane. Canondalgua, Itothesfr and Ni
agara Fall dally, except Sunday, 8.10 n. m.
Fon En ie, Canandalgua and Hochrster dally;
for lluflalo nnd Niagara dally, except Sattir.
urday, 10.00 p. m., with Sleeping Car Wnah
lngtnn to Itochestcr.
Fon WiLLUMsroiiT. Hochesler and Nligar.i
Fulls, 1.W p. m. dally, except Saturday, with
Sleeping Car Washington to Hochester.
Fon WiLLiAvsruur, Itcnovo und Elmlra, at
10.30 a, m, dally except Sunday,
Fon WiLLiAMsronr dally 3.30 p.m.
Foil l'iiti.ADEi.r)tiA, New York and the East,
7.20, U.U0. 11.00 and 11.10 a.m., 2.10,313, t.SO,
5.4U, 10.00 and 11.33 p.m. On Sunday, U.OO.
11.40 a. m.. 2.10, 3.13, 1.20, 10.00 and 11.33 p. m.
Limited Exnrrs ot Pullman Parlor Car.
with Dining Car, v. 10 a. m. daily, except
Fon Nkw York only. Limited Exprcid with
Dining Car, 5.00 p. in. daily.
Fon 1'iiiLAiiELriiiA only, Fast Exprei 8.10 a.
m. week-day and 4 p. in, dally, Expi ess, Sun
day only 3.(0 p. m.
Fon Boston without change, 3.15 p. ni. every
Fon llnooKLTK, N. Y nil through train con
nect at Jersey City with boats ot Brooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding double ferriage across New
Fon Atlantic Citt, 11.40 a. ni. week-days, 1 LI'S
Foil llALTmonr. (1.33, 7.50, 8.11 !) 03. 0 10. 10 00,
J0.H). 11.00 andll.40a.rn.; 12 03,2.10,313.3.30,
4 00,4.20, 4.30, 8 00, 6.10, 11.00, 7.40, 10 00 and
11.33, p.m. On Sunday 9(10.0.(0, 10.50, 11.40
a. m.; 2.10, 3.13, 3.30, 4.U0, 4.20,3.00,3.10,0 00,
7.40, 10 00 and 11.33 p.m.
Fon Pcipe'ii CncrK Line, 7.20 a. m. and 1.30 p.
in. dally, except Sunday.
Fon ANNArous. 7.20 and 0.00 n. in.; 12 03 and
4.20 p. m. dally, except Sunday, Sundays,
11.00 a. m. and 4.20 p. m.
WASHINOTON SOUTHEIIN ItAILWAY.
In Eitect Jamiaiiy 5, 1831.
Foil ALEXANUItlA, 4.00, C.33, 7.13, 8.10, fl.LI,
10 57 n. in., 12 Ol uoon, 2 03, 3.10, 1.23, 1.53, 11.01,
K02, 1003 and 11.30 p. m. On Sunday at I 30,
7.45, 11.13, 10.37 a. in., 2.30,0 01, 8.0f und 10 03
Accommodation for (Juantlco7.l3 a in. nuj
4.53 p. ni, week da), 7,l3u, m.Suudo.
Foil Kiciimomj and the South, I..')) ami 10.37 a.
m. dally. Accommodation 4.53 p. in. week
Thais leavo Alexandria for Washington,
l) OS, 7.03. S 00, !) 10, 10.13,1107 a. 111.; 1.2), 3 00,
3 50, 5.10, 11.03, 7.05, P.20, 10.50 and ll.osp. m,
On Snndav nt'.i.Uland 11.07 a m ; 2.00, S.10,
7 05, 7.20, 0.20 and 10 53 p. in.
Tit ket and Information at tho ofUce. north
east torner ot Thirteenth street and Pennsyl
vania avenue, and nt lho station, whero order
can be left for tho (linking ot hagago to
destination from hotel and resident c,
OH AS. E. Pl'tlll, .1. It. WOOD,
lienernl Alanager. Oen. Pass. Agent.
TDHTLMONI) AND HAN ILLE HAILHOli
n. CO. SCIIEDCLE IN EFFECT DE-
W0 a. in. East Tennessee mill, il illy for
Wnrrenton, Oordonsv Hie, Chnrlotesv llle.Lynch
burg, and station between Alexandria and
Lvnihhurg, Hoanoke. Ililstol, Knoxvllle,
t.'liattauoogn and Memphis
11:21 a. in. Fast mall dally lor inlneper,
Chnrlottovllle, station ( hesapeako and Ohio
roiiti', Lynchburg, Hocky .Mount, Dinvlllc and
station between l.viuhburg and Danville,
Orecnsboro'. Itulelgh, Charlotte, Columbia,
Augusta, Atlanta, Hlrmlngliani, Montgomery,
New Orleans, Texas und California. Pullman
Sleeper New York to Atlanta; I'ullmiu
Met per Atlanta to Nov Orleans, and Pullman
slreper Danville to Columbia and Augusta;
l'ullmnii Sleeper Washington to Inciiinatl,
via ( hesapeako ami Ohio. Solid train Wash
ington to Atlanta.
2:30 p. tn, Hall), except Sunday, for Manas
Mis, Strusburg, unit Intermediate st itlon.
4:33 p.m. Hull dull) to Lynchburg. Pull
man sleeper, Wellington to .Memphis, vlt
11:1(1 p. in Western cpredalli for Minis-
as, CharlottC'vllli', Louisville, and ( liielunill.
Solid Pullman estlhulu tinlus, Wnshlti jtou to
Ciutliiuatl. Willi Pullman sleeper W.nllln;;.
ion in i.oiusviiie.
IIeiMIii ni.-Southern eMiressd illy forl.vncli
burg, lianvllle, llalelgh, Ashctille. Clnrlotte,
Columbia. Augusta, Atlanta, Montgomery. New
OrlcaiiK, 'lexus. amll'.illforiiln. Piillm in estl
bule sleeper Wnhlllglon to New Drloins, vli
Atlanta mid Montgomery. Pullman Sleeper
Washington to lllrminglum. All., vbt Atlanta
and (teoritla I'liiltli Kalluaj Pullman Meeper
Washington (o Ashcv Illo and Hot hpiliu, N.
C , vlni-allsbiin, also Washington to Augusta,
via Danville uud luuloitn.
Train on Washington and Ohio tllvUlun
lento lull) a. m. dull), H:23 o m. iltlly, and 4:13
p. in.d.ill); leturnliig nrrivo nt Wnshliirftoii
e.Rda m, 3 Tip. in and T:fi a, in
'1 brutish trains from tho South vti Char
lotte, Danville nud Lynchburg arrlio hi Wash
Ing ton I...VI a. in., WIS a. in. uud 7:1.) p. mi via
East Tennessee, llrlstol and Lynchburg at 3:03
p. in s via I'licitapcako and Ohio ron to and
Charlottitvlllc at 2. IS ii. in., and 7:10 p.m. nuj
C:53 a. m Mrnsbttrg locil nt 10:17 n. in.
Tickets, leeplng-enr reservation nnd Infor
inntlon fuinlsiied nud baggage rlietkel at
otllce, 1300 l'n ave und at passenger station
I'cunsvlvanla Hallroad, bill nud 11 st
J.s. l TAYI.OH,
janl-ll-tt (ienernl Passenger Agent.
-VTOW IS THE T1AIE. WE WILL PAY
J.H "big money" tor genta' tlrst-clas ec-
ondbaml clothing. Address or call
if UbTll'S OLD bl'ANU, bl D tt, U, W,
Una Uono Into Now lliuitlu.
It has Put OlTtho Old Ways
ami htiBentcrod upon ti carjerof
youth nml vigor.
It is No Longer a Political
organ. It 1b intlopomlcnt In all
It is Now Free to Condemn
whatovor Is wrong rcgartlloos of
Itis Free to Commend what
over Is right and in tho putalio In
torost. Its Stockholder's List con
tains tho names of somo of tho
most substantial and prominent
business nnd professional mon
In tho community.
Its Circulation has already
boon onormouBly Incronsud and
tho incroriBO is still going on with
tho strides of tho sovon-loaguo
As an Advertising Medium
who can show a better? It
roacnes tno people and thero is
whero advertisomonts do the
Each Day it Contains the
most comploto and roliablo sum
mary or tno transactions of that
day in tho Departments, It is
therefore tho papor of all others
for Government omployeos.
Its Army and Navy News
comos from sources which insuro
It is therefore The Paper of
all othors for tho Army and
Navy and all that therein is.
It is the Last Papor which
goes to press and thoroforo has
tho latest nows.
It is the First Paper which
apponra ou tho stroots and is
thoroforo tho papor tho pooplo
It's Prices are Popular and
thoroforo it is tht people's papor.
It is OnthoSidoof tho Peo
plo of Wnshington against all
comers, cvory timo.
Its Corps of Roportors is
largo; its city nowa is comploto,
full and accurate.
It is Full of Snap and Gos
sip, It is not Boutoutiouo nor
Rend it Every Day and'soo
ifovory word in this column is
oiSsrlb X -1.