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9 ,-v - . -sW" - - V ' cfijtajs'-" ' iimirnr"rif" y?i -if"Y'i"T' .r wHffui WilsJfe2riaeSfril' WW.UWWMS' THE OlirriO, TJIUUSDA.Y EV-RNING, DECEMBER 18, 1800. IMTIDNAE lATOKKUS. what wax now: vix nln two' ' .. IHIUSKS TO-DAY. Ilir DlrrtlntiN llll lltMiirtl In. the .Innate, -Tho-llousc -Devotes Its TlW'tn tfie ConsldeisAtltin of Jllnor flutters In IlicCirmiiilltro", HI'NATl'. Tlic h'enate id-day, alter the approval of the Journal, went Intosecrot jcmIoii for n fcwmlnutoi. Whril llto tloors wore reopened u resolu tion was adopted ullliiii on tlio (.'oiumls slonerbr l-'Hinnd l-'Isherios torn rejiort iim to tio ilesfrnlilUty if-c-.tfiblWiliij n llsh linleliery In Noithorn "uw York, near th i St. Lrnvrf neo Nlyer. r . Tho Mil to terminate the rodilelinti In nielnbew ul lliu l.'ngineer (,'tirps. nf thu i"nvy was pas-oil. Mr. fehermail "culled tin Mil iirnvlillng HiiittlioTnrirr mt fhhll not he hold to lirtpodoor finpnlr Hip force or treaties) liitween the) United Suites and otlicr laundries-. i 31 r. ( lonnnti ulile-etcd to lis consideration -nml nfterioino discussion tlio lilll went to tlio I'uleuilnr. The Klei-Holii Mil wat then taken up niil Air. I.'oke addressed tlio Hountc In op imSitluli thereto, iioi:sr. The ll6uvat(Hlay passed .Senate Mil an-tliorizingthuiirl'ii'f-ltu'iii'- Hut (irerju tind Darren rivers, Kentucky, by Iho.Hovvllin; tlreeii mill Northern ltallrouilCoiniinnv. Senate 1)111 was .pascnal nmoiidinuj'tho Intorstato CYininierru net 'by pmvidlni that iUiKIHon4 limy bo taken by notaries public. ' UIIIh were hlso passed utitlioriztng lirldKra tieross. tlio Willnnictto 'trior, On'trun; awl HmlJuck lllver, Tennessee. Jlill wits cullftlnp authorizing tlio eon htructlnii of a tiinnt'l'timlor the wntenof "JCrw" York Hay between Jllcldletown uud Now UtrecJit, rciHllng- action the mornliQt hour expired,: and ilr. Knninliarof-Naw York, ai clialrnnn of the Coinmlttec nirfcrcliatit Jlarjue nnd 'tcherlcs, moveil that the IIouw'ko Into ,Comil(teo of Hio'WhoIc for the eidld- eratlouof Soiiatoblllto iilaco tbuAiuur Inm .niailno enjoyed Julnrclgii trade on an etjfiallty with that of other na tlnifv Willi tlio lloii-o KUlmtituto -tlicrefor. . A .toutellthjii uVosi m to whether 'PilrAlUmr,. hud lioetfimthnrliufl byJho eoiumltteo in imCa- the' jlwtiou, Jltwr.iriiiriiiEe'" ami I'itliion positively lenylliK that micli untliorlration liad hrou KrantvU. Jlr. Fanjiibar recited the action if lheeommlltee,'bnt thu Htatemeijt not bclni! NillafAi'tory' to the Kpe.iker, ho flrcldcd Hint Sir, Fiittiuhnr had Hut recolveil Hulllclent authority from hit eoiumltteo to ninke the motion. Thero wus nn outburst of njiplatnc oiflhe Demo cratic side at thin decision, but it wa ijulekly (jiippresse by tlio ypcakcr. Tho Iloiiho' Hien went into Conimitteo of the Whole on tho stnte of the Uilou. UlSTHICT MAlUHAOE LAWS. 3tcii'csrntntlve IeuiilillI Iiitrniluris a lllll to Amend Tliem, Rr)irccntntlvc Hemphill of South Car-' Ollna' to-day Introduced li 1jlirto7imcnd the United Stnt en Ptatut'cs rclatfnj! tolhu' Jhstrlct iuc Loluniula, Tho propoicilj 'Hinenllmcnl Is of the mnrrlasu lawrf. Un der it every Ilrenu of lilarriiigo shnll lu Issued bytho clerk of tho Supremo" Court if the District in a form proscribed by (ho- Tho licence shall bnve appended to it two tertlllcaleii, which Khali bo signed by the minister performing tho ceremony. Oiiecc'rtlllata Is to be returned to tho clerk of thu court and the otlicr to bo handed to tlio contracting partkv. Hefore lsflii!ii( the license tho clerk Miull exaiiilneon oath the applicantand ascertain thu full names of the turtles, their places' of residence, tllelr eplor, 'whether married or sinirlc, uliothurrc-i lated or not, and, If so, in .what jk-xiec; their blVthplace, number of mnrrinaa una their occupation; which facta sluilllio set forth in a printed form, to be s-lgried by thuiiorton milking the ujiiUcatlnn. Alltheso things the Clerk slinll keep a' i olnplito record of Ina teparnte volume, mid upon tlierctiiniQf fhoccrtillcato from the minister it luill apjiear lu the.rceord, tiiKcther.wilh tho dato of its IHIiib and tho iiumo of the minister. A certified copy of tlio record shall bo competent oidcnco of marriage. No liccnse.slmU ksiio unless the malo be above il yearn of ago, "iind Hiufcmalo abovo tho iifioof 10, exivpt in easoj) where the cou wnt of parents or guardians Is duly ob tained. The clerk shall, If It appears that there Is uny legal impediment to a marriage, 'withhold nliceuso unless ordered by thej Muprcmo Court of the Dlstrlot'lo issue vtho famet Tho clerk's fco In rach ease nhalL bo St. ml a liccuso issiusl by him shall bo full authority to uny minister tu celebrate1 innrrjngo. ' Any minister w"hr shall -marry jienoiis' without 'tho prescribed license hIihII bo liable to a line of? not less than 100 nor more than WOO. -Anj-mlnlster neglecting: to return to the clerk of tho court within' forty-eight hours the certillcnto Issue I by1 Hie latter shall ba llabloito n tine, bf nob less tliim jo notmore tlifmjsoo. , In order to be competent toeclebrato mnrrlagea a minister must have u certlll-' into from "tho clerk of the court to that, effect. If the clerk issue a license con-' trnry to. law, he shall bo lined not less than $100 nor more tluui f00. Any person olUciatlnu iii colebratlng the rights of marriage without legal war-i rant, shall bo lined not li' than 8100 not" mora thnn'MOu. The bill was referred to the District Committee. T.b'llKfir.LATK IJIJIIfSltATIQX. A Xeu Cuiitraet Labor I.niv Agrrutl1 UMn. ' A bill for thu regulation of immigration1 bus been agreed ujiqii by tho members of; the Senate and House Committees on Im migration. Thu, bill will bo u new Coin tract Labor law, which is expected to be u Mist improvement upon that now on the htatuto books.. In speaking of the bill, Hcprcsentatlvo Owens of Indiana, who Is chairman of the committer, Hiyu: "Tho piencnt law Is so Ineffective: that, according to tho teslliiio'ily of the In fectors tlicni&clrcv, 35 per vent, of the iinmigrntiou now coining Intothecoimtry is in iielianeo of tho law. Tho conditions which c.xlnted at thotluio (ho statute was fnimed lurto cliunuotl, and the snmo Hiifo mianls uru not siifllelent. Tlie bill which wo liiivo framwl largely Increases the IW nf Inhibited classes. . Wo du not propose to restrict immigriitloii, but simply tot sift It." KXTKNDIXK MAS&ACIIIJSKTT.S AVKXUK The 'oiiiiiiIMiiiii.'h I'livm' It If Oilier' Ateilllvll L'nn Ilu i:teoitlil. Homo ilays.ago the IIoiiso Dlsfrltt Com inltteo forwarded to tho Commissioners II. It. 1223ft a bill "(iHdithorl-otbo e-:-tcusion of Jfn-snchusctts nveiiuo nnil Iho, coiMruttlon or a bridge ncriHs Hock Creek on Massachusetts nvenuo extended, vithu rcipucst fjir tho Coiuiiilsiiouere' opinion." To-day Chairman (irotit rerciveil an miswer from thq Coiuinlssloners. This lit it: "Thu general, purjioso of the bill ! i ludlug, of course, the provisions for it bridge la one of .groat Interest to Iho DIM r let, and the Commissioners takoi pliasuro lu earnestly recommending the iiuproxcnicut. Hut where shall thoinunoy ixmiu from to do It? "At tliosainolline, (heroilio two other blnillav luiprovcnivntsi In tho DWrict ycalously urged by others nud Which the Coiiini Woueis would bo glad to make, to wlti I'ennnylvana nvruiio i(imel (al leady largely tlono) und"Xow York uremic lobee-teutled." If tho ltioiioy tfiut bo hailtu ilu this work, oxtendllig tlio New York avenue uud irassaehiueltsaveuuo work over two yearn and concluding thu I'cimnylvuuiu iiicnuu work lu one year, tho Cnniml.--Monvrri Vn'iiiiuiicnil the passuco of tho bill wlthlniuie iiuienilineutsasfotKiws: "'I hut wheruver the wonto 'Ss;ret!lr) of "War' occur they bo utrickon .out nii-1 tho words 'ConlluissloiiflM i'Uui DMri't'r of Columbia' bo inserted, "Itnck Creek Is not n" nnvlgaljlfl stream und the proposed brlJge'tfi bnt'u pArt of u Ilstrlel highway, mut no reason AnfiatiVst iiMty tlio war Department nhould bo thus btirilemd or tho Commissioners escipj u Us-itlmnto and customary duty." l'nrlllf llallronds lit Congress. The House Committee on l'nellio Rail roads is anxious jti secure ruiiio iituch iieeded legislation lit regard to thoe roads. At Its mcctlngto-dnv it resolved to rftitiest the iillMiwf rfitl (,'otnmltteo on lliile.i kindly to allow It it day tor tho tjoiisM tratlon of all tho l'nellio Ithllroad mcvs tirc.s In the hoiu that some oitu or more of them limy uceiileulnlly pull through. Tim New I'liiauclnl Tltrnsurp. Mr. Ulierntiin, from the I'lnanco Com mittee, reported to the tisnnto a bill pro lillng ngnlnst u eontrntfinn of the cur roncy. It was onlered priuteil and re committed. It Is thu llrst draft of tlio llnanelnl measure .ileleriuiilisl tut In the Ilepubllcan t?cniiljirlal callous last night. Tim Supremo Court lllll. rMnnnf Oils Hinckley of llaltlmore, scv rctary of the American J'.ar' Assoi'lhtiojl, epiiciiKsl before the' Houv Judiciary Com nifltco this niornlng, and argued In favor or the Pciato Mil for tho reUefof tho Su preme Court of the United ytates. AVnnl tlio I'llvllegi- of Apiieal. Appeals do Hot now He from courts In Hie Indian Territory tu. United Wtatcs Cir cuit Courts, Tills,, it Is' ijalinwli works lianWifjMlif mnnweases. nnd Is generally, unsntlstactory. Jlrt .hirksiMi oflhntTcr rltoryatineansl before tlio Hoiiw'.l mlleliirv Committee tills morning and urged Hid ndoptlou of legislation wlileh wiitild par nut sttcii appeals to im taken. Umiou LIOIIXSIX. A CUIriia' (.'iiiunltlpi llno ii ('iiiir.'e rueo Willi tlii.".'ouiiiiIsslouer. Jfessr. l'rank Hume, James f liar lioii-,J,raiik-JInillganrChrt.stlan Heurleh. anil Others inferesteil liml a conference toi day with the Commissioners rclatlui to thoiicuding I.liiiar Ltci'lic bills In Con gres, and what is nioro especially known1 us.the lniiimlssiinimi' bill Ifu. Km III. Mr. Ituniosaid to the Commissioners:' "We wish to lefivo tho entire, matter In, juur iiuiiu;, to ou i,uspoeci oi oy con gress; to make thu law simple alid'plnln, nithnt those (hn iolate- its prouslons marbepitnishisl." Tho Commissioner!) teiptc-iled that tho sections unite bill bo tuKon tip ttrlattiii,, which was done. Section 1, In which tho amount of wholesale license is placed sit a.100, w.ts read. -Mr. Iltimn. proposed that the llrense bo llioil at ;.', instead of Kiuo, on all licenses solicit, nftr Xin ember. Ihtr lng thu illsciisstini that ensuoil, Huglnrer Comniissiouer Hubert said that, from his experiencdit had been shown Hint there uiwmoic trouble with Mliolesale than re tail licenses. Commissioner Itos cited an Instance of a parly having u wholesale license who sold bier liy tho bucket. Mr. Hume said that such things woro what they wWicd to obviate, and another gentleman remarked thallt looked tohliu as if such selling of beer by the bucket 'ns n violation of law, See. 2. In which .barroom or retail llirnscs are ll.xed at, fCOO. .Mr. Utime suggested thattho license be made 82!) J. lu lino 17 Mib-tltuten majority of resi dents instead of two-thlrdvand in line 21 substitute "excepting tllde whrt have had , a license previous' to (ho juissago of this act." r-'ie, a, SiuVlHuto "shall bo issued by a majority of the Commissioners-," and In lino .1, same section, after tin wdnl "are," substitute "to any-known Inmatooffho Soldiers' Home." Tho latter substltiito is asked for becatiso all soldiers at the Jlotno ild not Wear uhiforin, luul for Hint rea son arojiof always known us hltnutes of "iho Home. See. 1. Ir. Ilcurlch, In lieu of the re striction placed upon all saloons or restau rants to close at 12 o'clock, suggested a' uhsUtirk, with the exception of social gtitherlns for tho purpose, of anutscment, and who have a, written permit from the Commissioners", In reference to pal ties being absent from places to which licenses have been granted, Colonel ltobcrt said that hu did not think that iijurty who. as doing lutslncs.s in llaltlmore, or some other city, should have a license In the District. fe'cc.Kt. It was; suggested that tho entire section be stricken out. U is the 1,000 foot clause for selling llfitior outside the cities of Washington and ueorgetowu. fee. 1 1, vhieli prohibits playing pflnl, billiards or otlicr games' in saloons, was agrwd tb. Mr. Hume spoko of the Immense amount of time required by applicants und the Investigations by thepolicu'In tho matter of Honor licenses. I.lisiiises oneo obtained, Ii6 ihopght, sliuuld stand unions, mi-re was somo special -oujectton. "1 suppose," ifr. Ifunio addeil, "that It takes up nearly One-half of vour time considering liiiuo'r licence: applica tions," , , , i , "I am In faor,"uld Colonel Jiolierl, "of letting'U llceiuso when it is onto 'ob tained stand, unless there'ls a protest froin -oiie-thinlof the families muling In the neighborhood in'Whlch the nnnllcnnt has his saloon. 1 say families," atltk-dVolohcl -ltobcrt, "nnd-not two-thinls of the prop erty owners' ' " . ' ' m I.. 1'IKLDEN AlllttSTKp.IX XKW YORK. The l-ugllll V111 IIuto to Answer ii Serious Cliilrt(e. Iispccl(ir Hymen to-day tclej-rojihcd from Xew York that ha- had arrested Joe I'icldcn, the Hghf-welght pugilist. FicldcH was , Indicted .last weekby'lho eraud iurj foran assault with attempt to kill Henry M'Ccney in Humphrey's Saloon on Thirteenth street several weiv (igo. Whllothej'weredilnklngrielilenstru MiCettey with aloHiluil cane, and the 1 ter is still suffering f him the woupls , tllilid. When a warrant was Ksuetl for Fleldcu nrris.t tho folloitig day It was fotilul tlr ho had left tha City. Tho iicoess.i'v papers will bo immediately forwarded tii New' York for Ids transfer to.tho iiuthor' tics here, llio J.'mciitfmi' llosiiltnl Jlnllillng. The new building for the Central 11-rensary-and l.'mcrgeucy Hospital, will, according to Iho plans), cost about &1',00J more than the appropriation of M0,000. It will bo erected near Albangh'a t)jerii House, and, wlthitsbattlemcnts or towers, pitiout an Imposing appeurniicci The material .sclcctisl for its exterior Is iiKsseil brick with stono trliumiii-s. Tho halanco required outside of tho npprnprhi Hon for its construction, It Is s.iid, can bo raised. The architects aro 'Messrs. Pchneliler and l'elt, nnd olio set. of pluns' prepared by them lmo been approved by llutldlng lit spi (tor Knt w Isle, It will boiibotit a week, ioeer, before the entire plans will ho completed, New Truck, Hoimo, The President basing approed tho net grunting aullioilty to the Coiuinlssloners to use tlio reseralion at the Intersection of I'lflccnth and Cetreets and Ohio aventto northwest lor the puriose of creeling a truck house, llullillng Inspector Kntwislo has addressisl a communication toi'oloncl lirnst, renuestlug him tu rcmoxo tho post chains and shrubberyrom Iho reservii tion, preputatory to the erection or tho building. Amendment In the Assessment lllll. The follow lug amendment to tho now Assessment bill has been suggested tolho Commissioners by AssissorTrhuble: Tho Ciimmissouers of thu District uf Colum bia aro hereby authoriicd and cmimwcrod to postpone tfirt llrst half of tho tax bu mming duo NoM'inber 1, Ihiii .to such Unions in tin ir judgment wlllgiMiampIo opiHiriunity for tlio irst assessment under Ibis net, Assaulted Ills (li'iiiidpareuU, Xiw ('Asrir, I ml. Uec, 18.I,lneiln (tossitt Is In Jail chnrged with murderous assault on his grandparents, AsuWarnuck ami .wife, last rrldny night. Ho has eou esscd the crime and will bo sentenced to day. His inothe wits robbery, the-old iKioplo having eousldornblo money lu the house. Orcnt mark-down snlo of b'ults and Ovcr uiats to 511,85, l':iomanllros.,7thandK, mm -3)i:pense openijd. Till; I'LKAH Ol'lT.ur.l) IX HKiiAM' OI' VIIANK WAIHi. Xon-liiteiit, lii'anlty nnd Me.linictlcf llr, Ciilcmnii 3lat.es tlio Openbu Ail i'itss to tlio .Inry An Iiit-iTstlug: llxiicrliiiriit. After the close of Tiik Cnmt-s rewrt of tho Ward trial yesterday, Dr. lMwanl ,M, Hcliaffer, thu assistant roroiiof,. tostllleil to the condition of Adlor's bo-ly when the autopsy was made. The post-mortem ex amination was mudo by tho ullmw. Ho found tho ball in Adlcr's nei'k, and from lis position II sveinodtoIndlcatoUiatelther the shot was llred In an upwiinL direction or that Adlcr's head was bent forward when the liultol entered Ills neelc. Dr. Heharrerdid nbt lltlilk that tho ball, as It lay nram'-t thu spine, would have caused Adler'a ileal h by Itself, but was the Indi rect cause of It. The last witness called was Dr. 'feorgo II. Wagner, who Idteuded Adlor III the triple rapacity uf nurse.suij-cou and phjyitclnii. Ilu was In constant attendance on thu patlint from thcilnynftcrhowuswoundcd until hls.-dcath. Dr. Wacner'.s: statement of tho cause of death wnh thajuime us that of the oilier physlcliiils e.xliaivtlon due to a gun-shot wound. Tho wound, witness tesllllod, healed about three Weeks ufler It Avus lullltteil. Adler was ill attbo time hq was shot, and bad been sulTciing from an Incurable illease for more Hunt a year, but the ills' e.iso was not of u nature to cause bed sores. Thy court adjourned at tills point lu order to gic tho defense tlmo to prepare for the further e,xuiiIuatiou of Dr. Wag .ner. Tho medical testimony In the Ward ease was resumed this morning with Dr. Wagner on tho stand., .Mr. Cojciiuin con tinued the cnHs-e,uiiibialion of tlio wit ness. Dr. Wni'iier testllled that ho had seen the pleeo ot bono cut nut in tlicop orutloii.performed it)ti Adler'H wound. It wus then tu the possession' of Dr. Thoni)ison,-bitt be'dW not know where 11 wns-noW. Ifolind scOn thooiiernlioii and the i!istninietits.1ised lu" It. At this point Mri.Coloiuaii showed tho witness a ilr of bono foreeiw,,lu apier nnce something llko pair yf scbijor. and -asked If they were similar to the pair used I iy I)r,-Tliumipsnn, Dr. -Wagner thought they were soincthhig.Ilkothe pair usuil in Hie operntioii, lint somewhat larger. Mr. Coleman then ocncdn Scrap-book containing (ho newspaper reports of Adlcr's condition from iliiv to day and be gan to lead them, iiUe..t!oiilug Dr. Wagner as to their coricntness. Tlio witness said that he had frequently talked with tho repoiters, but eOnld not recollect whether the rqiwirts' read were eorrcit or not. DMrlt Attorney Hugo objected to the witness being questioned on tlio news paper reports. "Did nut tho patient cotillntluln about Iho same condition from tho tlmo ho was shot until ho died, but gradually growing wor-o?" asked Mr. Coleman. "lie did," replied Dr. Wnguer. Witness knew, no medical authority for Iho operation performed upon the wound, but ho thought that, tho physician in charge should bo bin own ntttliority. On redirect examination witness mild that liofouhd no signs of any other dlseaso when tho autopsy was performed. Dr. Wnirncr'fi tc-ttmunv closed the. rim-. , ornniout's case lit chief, ami Mr. Coleman arosu loiicuier lite opcuiug uilitrcyi lor the defense. Ho felt u little cmbiirrii'Seii, ho said, in ojienlng thu easy on account of the groat rcsionsbllIty which restisl upon 7dm. "Hut when the dcfond closes its testi mony," ho continued, "gentlemen of tho Jury, you will agree with mo hi laying thai l'rank Ward never intended to shoot Maurice Adler any more than you or I. There aro three defenses which wo Intend to present, either' one of which, standing -uloiiiy would bosutllcicnt to establish the ilinocenceof Ward. "The first thing that tho defense would show," .Mr. Coleman ald, "would bo that when Frank Word shot Adler ho did not Intend to hit lilm; that neither of tho shots; fired were pointed at Adler, nnd that tho second, which hit him, first struck the Iron pillar behind Adler. Xo man wasmore surprised that Adler was wounded than l'rank Ward when he canio to himself." At tills oint. Mr. Coleman took one of thu photograph of thu interior of the saloon to illustratu the. relative position of tho three men, Newmeyer, Ward and Adler, at thetime of tho shooting. Ho referred to Hie ovideilce of-Xewmeyer and Buckingham, and was about to discuss it w hen .ludgollogolntornosed an Objection, claiming that Iho time tor discussing evi dence was lu the elesltturBi-inciil, I10' It tho opeuipg. MMjolcman then continued to outline w hat the defense would, prove. "It would bo shown," ho said, "that tho second shot llred by Ward hrt tho iron pillar on tho sl.xth lluthig and rebounding struck Ad ler. Tho defense, In order to provo this, had set nil n pillar in n' mnchmo shop on Maryland nVotrao Identical with tie pillar in tho Marble Haloon. 11- experiments and tests performed with this pillar tlio defense would clearly show that thahall had struckthu pillar and rebounding had struck Adler in the neck." The second Hue of defeiio which they would follow. vutild he (o slum- thocondl Hon. of VVurd'snilnd prevlotisto thushoot Ing. 3fr. Cdlchlnn. then related at some length the story of Ward's. troubles and tho loss of his business by the injunction i-sucd 'against his Thlrd-etre'et place. It wus true that ho afterwards began busi ness on Dstreetwlththuaidof friends, but his foimortrouMopiojod iilion his mind, and he enmu to bo regaulcd as an itulmi aticisl and tusauu man. Ho fell Into the liublt of drinking to excess, 'and on tho day beforo the tragedy the defense would show that Ward was fullering from tltllrlmu trrmtiit, and (Mat ho was In a saloon where he believed he saw rats and tried to drive thejii uwuy; ,thut on tho night of thesliootlnghowaslna deranged state of mind, hcted lit ii strange planner and Insisted that he was being followed by a baud of thieves. Tho defense would also show, ho con tinued, that Ward was not in thu habit of PlllTl'flH- it liKtitl. Thnf tltn Mnn In, lion.! on lliii night of the shooting ho had witli J him by accident. That ho Iftul been re- quested by l'rank Kiuloy to lend hint a ) ruie, anil .ur. wira nail louilil tlio pistol in tlio box with tlio rlllo. und carried it along with him to I'lnley's". Thu latter did not want the pistol, sd Ward carried It when ho went to the JlarbloSaioon. The third Hue which tho defense would establish was that Maurice Adler had an even chance to llvo after ho was shot, and it was through tho treatment tliut he re ceived at thu hands of tho doctors that ho died; that the operation informed upon his wound was exceedingly dangerous, and If Adler had uvelvod proper attention ho would now be a well man. Mr. Colc mnn closed his address with' the reiteration of tho statement Hint l-'ratik. Ward did not intend to shoot Adler. l-'iankH, I'lnley was thu first, witness tho defense called for the ptuposo of proving that Ward was not lu tho habit of carrying n pistol. Mr. l'lnli'v ictlHci that, hi) ww Ward on thu e cuing of Juno IS at tho Morgan House hi tw ecu -laud ft o'clock. He had told Ward that ho was going down the riernnd wanted a rlllo. Ward brought him n rlllo, and uNo a pistol, which was in tlio rlllo box. Witness until ho did not want the pistol, as ho had had trouble witli It before. Wind then placed it in Ids pot-kit. Witness wus-a very Intimate friend of Wurd'sand had an enuairement to meet him at tho Marble Malooii at t) o'eiook. .unto is. witness wiiuioii 10 get Wurd to go to thu hospital on account of the condition of his mud. When wit ness saw Wurd at the. Morgan Hottso hiuuted quecily. Ho droiu up tu the house In a recklovi manner, his eyes were wild looking, and ho talked Incoherently. Witness, nt the request of .Mr, Wilson, related an incident cimeeniliig a Mr. Cal-l-hiin, Ward and a 8.5 note, which oc curred somo tlmo previous at thoMaiblo Saloon, and which showed Ward's. In sanity, Witness was then ei'oss,o.xiiuilned for the tiovcrumeut by Mr.Clngctt, Witness had an upimintmcnt ut thu Morgan Housoand afterward at thu Marble. Huloou on tho eienlngof Juno 18. "If you thought that Mr, Ward was lira lien ous ami Jecklcss state Oh tho evening of the IStlr.why did you allow him to nut ub nded revolver in his ixieketnt thoMor gall Hone7" Asked Mr. Ilflgctl. Witness did not think Itw.tssafo for Ward .to carry the pistol, but did not en deavor to take It from him, Witness did not think (hut Iho Callahan Incident was ii prni thai joke, but an Ins-nlio freak of a drunken man. He had seen Mr. Ward do many foolish things within tho last two year, ho said. LietitcuuiiL. Young, U, K Navy, was; tho next witness Killed. Ho had been in tho Xavy forlweijty-two years nnd was an oxivitUd Vutin firing. 'Che wltness.'was pxuisM for 'a few mihtite until Hewis Xowincyer wn called to tho stand to tes tify Hint hu had shown Lieutenant Young the bullet mark on tho post and tho rela tive position of the men on the night of tho shooting. Witness liadsshowu Llou teniitil Yoiinj the mark on tho post abonl four, wtclat nV" ,J" uril-exnutlmifioii witness said that the post was a lluled-irou-pllliirnuil hud been painted 1utom. since the shooting, Ills attention had been directed to tlio mark allay or two nflrrthcsllobthif-by hlsbarkceiior. There wereother marks uu the pillar, but they were not similar to tho one he showeil Lieutenant Young. The other marks looked like scinlcho. He had talked about Iho mark In tho District Attorney's olilce lo Assistant District Attorney LIim cuinb. Lieutenant Young was then recalled to the diind to testify to a map representing the distance of Hie mark On (hu post from thu parties concerned in thu shooting. Tlietlo-crninint objected to the testimony as being hypothetical, but It wns ndmltte'd by the Court. Lieutenant Yoitug testified that tiro dis tance, from where iVdler stood to-lbo iron pillar was (I feet 5 Inches, from Ward to Xewmiyer (hodMance was 20 Inches, and from tile end of the counter to where Aitler roll was 2 rert 7 inches. 'Iho wilmsis held the, map .wliibmlvlng hi testimony and sbqw-d tjw ii.silion S the men mid meusiu-eptent-s upon It. The map waH'bubmljteil In evidence, by thctlo-feil-c. ' ' , Thottlhiess'tcttln'ed that ho mhdo 'ex periments' ri--nidlnj" the slinoting lit June last. A ijllarexiuliyslmllartothotlutisl lnistlUvth'o Marblo ,-ittloon was. set up in Wood's machlno shop andallisuro repre senting Adler was placed at thu same dis tance from tlio pillar that lio stood before ho was shot. The witness iced u .'Ifcallhrc ioolcr, similar to the weiqion used by Ward, and about forty shots were llreil ln(ijlio!iniiigrooo that the mark was found on the pillar. lit, eiery. cuo the bullets lobouniled at stu-Ii nil angle that they either struck the llgtito or fell around It. On cros-exatnltiatlon by .Mr. Cbigett witness said that all his measurements were procured fiom Lewis XewnieVer. The murk on tho pillar l.s .1 feet ;5 Inches f loin tbulloor. and no other marks on thu lilllar were pointed out to him. Tho mark looked exactly as If It had been made by a bullet. Thu iudcntirtliiuwns not deep, lor a 32-calibrn revolver would not make much impression on an Iron pillar. -Captain John H. Miller, an expert In llllo shooting, was the next witness called. He lould not explain the velocity of a .'!.! calibre lovolver, but know that it was a strong shooter. A ball llreil from such a pistol into tlio neck of a man, ho thought, would i-ass through It. -Mr. Clagett objected to the testimony as Cnptnin Miller was not an expert hi sur gery. Ho doubted if expert testimony was needed at all In the case. "Tho theory of tho prosecution," said Mr. Coleman, "is that tho shot was fired directly at Adler, and the defense pioposes to show that If such were the case the ball would have passed through Adler." Tho witness was then questioned upon Hie pemtratlvo powers ol a ."2-c.ilIbro re volver. 'Ibis question was also objected to by the Government, and was dKcusscd at somo length by counsel on both sides. .Tustiio Itingliain said that tho question of tho penctrativo powers Into a body of a man was one which ho thought should he: left to tho jury, and ono on which Cap-' tain Miller was not an expert. "What experience have you had with a .'12-eallbroievolvei?" asked Mr. Coleiu.ui of witness. ;'I haveshotthrough two Inch planks at ten paces," witness replied. Witness had some experience, ,Jn tlin llchiichetting of bullets and mentioned several incidents, among them ono in wlileh how as uufortuuatu enough to shoot his uncle in Iho woods near il.dtijuore. Tho wound, how ever, was only ntllesh wound, the ball having glanced off from a tree. After the 1 o'clock re-cess William T. Wood, who tm nisi tho mill in which tho bxperinicntstuok place, was tho first wit-lu-s called. Mr. Wood testified that tho experiments were made In tho blacksmith shop of his planing mill. He then described timet periments in thosainemannoriis Lieuten ant Young. All the bullets weredellectesl from the iron pillar, and witness picked up a number of bullets. More than one experiment was made, Lieutenant Young being present at tlio llrst. Witness and his brother curried on tho others by themselves. Tho firing was" done by Lieutenant Young, witness and his brother. They llred into tho sixth groove of tho pillar, and every bullet that hit tho groove was riehoehettod and struck tho stationary object placed at the sanieillstaneo from the pillar that Adler was supposexl to have stood. Michael fj. McCormlck, a liquor de-aler, followed Mr. Wood upon the stand. Ho hail noticed tlici bulletuuark on tho I roil pillar In the MnTblo Ailoon and was pres ent at the experiments niado In Wood's shop, s The other persons present wero Lieutenant Young, tho Messrs. Wood,, Special Oilleer Llovd iiiml a young ' nlilii hanUVl Walfout. Witness had a number of the bullets llreil during- the experiment. They wero de livered lo him at thu jail on Juno 0 last in tho presence of Mr. Ward. They were then placed In u box, Which wus 'utter wards scaled, with Mr. Ward's- ring. The box was not opened until this niornlng, when witness took them out to bring them into com I. At this point (bowlines produced the bullets, nnd they w ere offereel In evidence by tho defense. After tho bullets were examined by tho jury they wero placed In tho custody of the clerk and Mr. ( 'Ingot t cniss-otnmincd tho wi'tntM as to the experiment at which ho was present. .Mr. MtCormlek's explanation of tho iixpcriiliont-was'slmllar to that of thi tre vlous witnesses. There was no represen tation nf the Interior of tlio Marblo Saloon, ho bald, arranged in tho Wood's shop be yond tho erection of tho pillar aim tho stationary object In the placo whiro Adler was sujinosod to have stood. It. H, Wood, ono of tho Wood Hrothers, was; tho noxt witness. He wus present at tho experiments and did some of tho fir ing. Witness tecured tlio linonf direction ami point of firing from thu positions in thosaloon of tho parties who tuol-pnit in the shooting. Mr. Wood hnoprc-UtiTila large diagram of the situation of tlio pillar and lino of tiring. Tho diagram was im lolled andspre-iid beforo tho Jury, whllo Mr. Wood explained. All the measure ments were Identical with those of tho larbleSaloon, Witness had also had tho pillar used hi thucxiierlinouts) prcpntcd. Tho pillar wus exactly similar tu tho one In the saloon. In oidor to get u better aim the pHol vv.i laid In the groove of a piece of wood and held about us high as a man would hold a pistol. "As about as. high as Mr.. Wardf" said Attorney Coli'inan, Wanl s-toixl up, aml-wltness said the pistol was held about as high as Ward would have hold It, All tho shots (hat struck the tinting of thu (illlar wero delisted, striking tho sta tionary object, About foity or fifty shots wero llred. Of theso bullets almost all were flattened or Injured in somoninimer. Witness thought that peihaps ono out of every forty bullets richochcttlng would bo found uninjured, A pleco of blown paper which wus placed uiou tho objeijt upon which the millers. ncrcdeflMlcd was brought into the court at..thls point and shown, to the jur , It contained several bullet holes, Judge l.jncli as u ('oiinolsti'ui-. J-'l Dili I'lKl, llubcns Smith Do you think tho eoiu mltteo will hang Da Ylucl l'rleo'n la-t pic ture? .1. Tillans Jones It Is more likely they will content themselves with shooting at it, ' if rovn JIACKAOUISS, Orjeil aro till uoru out, really gooil (or nolo ' Inv. it In Keueialelcbllltv. ly It will cure jou, cleon-ojour liver, nnd giro e cood appetite. AfCTIOVNAMlsj, G 1LO. V. STH'KXI!", Jri i.i-vuith street n. w. TItrs;TKI',s; (JAI.l! OP VLltV VAM'UH.t-; l.Vtl'lt(IVi:i) PKUI'KHTY OS OIIKIION ii5,iivSTriH,"n,:,:NTUH'n,i:i:T 11, , friltii nf n .,.(. .,..., ... a-....-. , In t.lber, l), J,:j:h, rnlln m, f t sen., mm uf tho lnni rererilsfor tlio lll-trkt nf Culanililn, nn I ! nl tlipniiul(it the parly srcureit llicrehy wo lilll olti-r Tor Mile In tinnt of theireniliM oil , 'it i:mi).w,tiii; am day or ii.-'..miii.ii JMII, at 4.11) n'cliick li, m nil of lot "If' In II, 'Ingiiiil-r'n ii1mIIvi-Ioii of isrtnln Into In JJHiiiro IV! ns tlio sinus Is rcriinleil In linnk I'. II. II.. Iiiibo 7, In tho oDlc-a of tb- Hnrrs-or ot the Dl-trlitot Oiliinilila; soht subject to c-r-talnilerilnf trust to secure tho sum nt Jl.aV) mut Intrrc't Terms nf sulci All nt-h In exress nt ftr-t trait; tlODilrpn-ltnt tlmo n( mile. TcrmHo hreoni plteu Willi In triiilnm. W. HILLY DLlMlt.i:, l.'llll !' "trrf I ii, w. U'lllTr.l'IKM) .MeKINLAY, dec l-tl,il-llt nai F -trci-t ii, iv. I'lS'ANCIAIi AND COMMERCIAL. JJi.w Yoiik Dee. 'IS. Money nn iitlt loanid.1i(!Ul per cent. K-chaiigo slowly; po-tedrales, l-iOJK"i; actual rates, J70J for sixty days and II lJG?t 48-1 for demand. (lovernments steadv; eurrencv fis, lOU bid; Is eoiiivon, 122 bid; Us do., iftll bid. Tlio stock iiuukct opened weak and, prices wero generally tftj i-crcent. lower than they rloviil yeterdiiy. 1'aellW Mall was extremely weak, dropping I lier cent., and alro Louisville and .Nashville which declined I i. After the first' few sales there was nl steadier feeling, and prices rceoveri-d b.;.i yend the iipeiiiner figures by ID.IK). Louls v llle and jnlivlllc nm oreil I per cent, of Its early des'line. In tho half hour lo it o'clock (ho market was utmost stiignuiit. andpriit'-.throughshiir inactivity, s.iggcil, to about theopening liguies. Silver cor tllieiitfs, after, opening at ll), retired to Ids, During;, the hour to l'io'elock deal ings wero absolutely featureless. There' was nioro sujiport extended tlmleudcr and pricrt by midday were fractionally above those of yesterday. At this wrltlngl the market is dull, Washington .Slock Uxeliiuige. Sales ltegiilnr cull, 12 o'clock m. Capitol and North O Street It. It., ID it .'.). L'ekT'n & Sol. Home It. 1t., 20 a fit, 22 a fnl. .Wash. Has, 2.1 uiliil. Wash. Loan A Trust Co., m a IJ. Aid. HccuHt and Tru-t C11..KIUIU, Mlscellaneous Ilouds W. ,t (I. I!. II. ICfcJO ll, It'SP-:), 1II2J; A'. A; U. It. It. i-on-xertiblo lis, 1U7; Masonic Hall Associa tion, (h, (' iMLs, lt; Wiili. .Market Co,, 1st inort. Os, 107; Wu-h. I.t. Infunlrv, 1st, fis, 11)01, 1)21; AYah. Lt. Infiintry, id, 7s, KvM,ti; Wash. Hasliglit Co., Ser. A, lis UliJlWnsJi. CasIIght Co., Her. II, (K IKil, utlouiil ILiiik Stocks Hank or Wash ington, 13."); Hank f Itemibllo, 200; Metro liolltan, 20.1; Central, ;n); l-'aniiers mid Miihanlcs, HX); Citizens', 170; 'Capital, 120: West Kml, 11.1; Lincoln, loi JtiilllOiid Stocks Wash, and Geo., 2lfi; Capitol and Xorth 0 Street, !!; Ilcklng ton and Soldiers1 Home, 50; (Jeorgetown and'Tennallytow 11, -17. Insurance Stocks Firemen's, II; Franklin, M; Slctropolltan, M); Xiitlonal Union, 18; Arlington, 10.1; Corcoran, Jii; Columbia, II; Herman Aincricun, 101; ri.teuuac, 60; Hlggs, 71; 1'tsjplo's, 1; Lin coln, IZ; Commcrilal, I, Title Insurance Stocks Heal 1-Mato Title, 12.1; Coltmibia Title, 5J. (las and Hlectilo Light Stocks Wash ington Has, .10; Georgetown (las, 18; V. S. Klectric Light, IK Telephone Stocks Pennsylvania, 2.1; Ainerieaii (iraphophono, lOJ. Miscellaneous Stocks Wasblnglon .Mar ket Co., IS); Xutlonal Safu Deposit 210; Washington, Safe DejKisit, 120; rnciiinatlo (Inn Cuiriiigc. t; Aashlngfon Loan and Trust Co., lil;Am..Hcc'fy and Trust Co., 112. Jean Coiiiiotln'sDoliut. The many admirers of tho Ccmtclln'i-, father nnd son, will bo pleased witli the folhjwing account of' tho Uhnt of tho young artist ut the Uomeello Franeulso which we extract from an entertaining let tec in thoKcw: York 77mm: "Jean Cixmellu niado n glorious thlmt at the Comeelle i-'nincalsc as (!rui llatt in Molleret's "J.)cplt Aiuoureux." His father pluytd Jlimoiftllt, and nit tho tllfe and raiiK-and-file of the Socictnlres ajipearcil lu tho CM. AlHititigh there Was" ito triimiii trail given to tho rciircsctitutinii, all Paris kiiew previously that the Comnlieyxjiected a great succt-fn; that the ambition of little Jean, whom yftu know so well In Kevv York, and the final con sent ofhls fatlicr to his dramatic career were about to bo fully justllleil. Tho house-was packed. It was just such u night and Just such an audience as Angler, Dumas and Sardou can command. As soonus the ouituin rose and Jean spoke the first lines his cause was won. The people could hardly wait to tell him so. His nice, dignified gesture, his already ' marvelous ilictiuji and his astonishing ease ' In repose and action completely carried the audience by storm. When Jean 1 crossed, tlio stage to touch 'Mascarlllo on , tho shoulder, s-aylng, "llonjoitr toi," tho ' audlenco broke into a perfect tempest of ' applause, and the play was Interrupted I again and again at every allusion mnda by Moleiro to the casein view. Thoapplause and delight wero unanimous when Mus carine said: "1'asslons sur eo point la' 1 Jiotro livallto n'cati pas our en venlr a grando extrcniito." No such debut bus! bceiimade herq for twenty years, and it Is fiuitesafe to predict that thoyotmg man 1 Wilt bo caable of a much greater and 1 morp personal vqffortf His .vpico is just like his father's of some years since, but oven the well-known , lines of Ores l'eno afforded frequent op portunity for the Individual bent of Jean, who will not be nu imitator cither of his father or of any on u ikv. At tho end of the play nil the artists were recalled, and then tho father and son, and then Jeair alone. Hi the fo.ver Iho sceuo was emo tional loo.xe.css; all the subscribers, all tho authors and artists and young friends of I Jean, crowded to meet him. He burst nlo tears as ho threw himself into his father's anus who said; "Jo suis content dc to), mou Ills." A Welsh .Siiiig. GrylTol-ap-L!tt!lii I'l'iniu 'wattn una; m lo gorlu lilieitiijtli III10 njuil il)l- uiiiir to tlliofrri". llliiiiilm-ii-lnn-n-libltl)rrbht'iri, Ann-y-tlijiingo tu mwcIIo.Iiiii licililiijtlit Tit wys unit tthni.aiiu to liyiunir, (iryrroil-iii-Ll.iilln rljiiini, l-Tiillc nt lllkk-r ty ttlnl lirjinml C'lioiti-s Sm cltoimii luffocr 11 agnj 'J'lirr jb limi lllkkyr 1l1lu.u1 ljliclloc, Peo the wntcriiroof ulsters and storm coats at Itublnson, Parker ,fc Co.'s, tho ' Ainerieaii clothiers, southeast corner Seventh and 1) streets northwest. in:i, Mil, LEU.- Oa U'nliio.lay iiKirnlns:, Decciu lierlT, 1W0, at 113 u'tluik, Uuuiinl L'lirko xilller, ngeilti 5 ears. MI'ITI,!:,- tin llpremlirr IT, HkI, Many Ann, wlilun ot tho l.i I a Aloxamkr Settle .miuil TT j ears. Funeral from her lalo rralili'iu e, H)l N street nurthuCDt, un l'rlilay, pru-inht-r II), Is-H, at l:.'X)o'ilotl. Herikcn at liiiuinculatv t'nmep Hun Cliurili, at ') o'clock p. 111. hTHWAllT. -On Dceemtier 1(1. ism, nt Ids 1-ito rrslilciiie, tsll I, street unilliMO't, lk-njii-niln, liL-lovcil liiiriiamt nf .lunu Ateiirl,ngcil Ouuars, (tlin:s.-()itlieil))crltl,l&K atlUkla. in!, Jennif i;. (lllo. ltYA.N, On Turrilnv, lli-i-enilier til, tn nl -.'.Ml o'i luilt p, in., Jlary, tho beloved wife nf llkhsiil II nn. p.u'e.liW cr'ir,, riuicral will take plai-o fnmi li-r laterr-l-ileiue, I )1 31 felrcct, mriicr nf Sieeonil Hiiith t, on 1'rMiij liiornliig. at H-.V) o'cloi k, innl then proiw'il tu SI. lioiiiliilc' Cliurcli, wliorii ITqiilem ma-s lilll lie ralil for Iho rrpn'O nt lii-rvind, Jtdiilhcs mut menus nni Invited in intend. CAIITlllt.-Oii Dsrcnilwr 111, IKK), after along amlpalnrnl llluoi', ihhlilm Imrn with I'luU tlan fortitude, .Mn, Amelia Carter, liclnvel wlti' of Win, tinier, riitin-il Into nut nt Ilia a. 111 , in her -i-lih'iicv, 'u, 1-.'W Tlilu) ttru-t, Ictueen M 11ml ,N treots .y'.ulm.ot. flllit'l ill will t.lko place nt kVluilwlli llinllat Chunli nt --ip m. Sunday. 1'rlciuU uru luilteil. 1IAS.COM. 1) ot piii-iminnla at AururnAV. Vn., un -Mnmluy, Dciomber 13, 18 ), In thoINt enr of her iiiee, Alr. Anno I'U-lil MroiiK, (o of I'rofcwor Win. r ll.ui-nin, tonnerlj of this cltj. mill inotlii r 0OI1. iltKopli Tabor Juhu son ami Mr. Chnrl-s Par In, ATTOItMIVS-AT-LAW. XAMPKI.I, CAltltlXIflON, ATTOItMiy-ATLAVV, W5 1) all-vet nortliwet, WniUlnjiton, 1), 0. Webster Law Hollaing. ISohlCDcc, 101 J itrcetnortbvre'ti NI'Kl'IAIi NOTIC1W. BCSBtil'I'lt-IIitP Till) ("nMSli'HIONKJCS -J-' nttlif Dl-lrlrtnt C0I11111I1I1, Wliliic Iniltnn, Demnbrr Is, ls!io,.J-,i whuln It mn (iiiucriii the t'iiiiiiiiltloiifM of Ihslllstrtit of Coin tn Mn ban- reivlu-il from t',inirriis the fill Inning bill, ultli reiiief fnf their ilnivs as to tlio munrli'tv nf running It. Il-Mrr rcisirtlng nil tills lilll tho ( niniiiNdonernilr'tro In knnw what objections. If 1111,x1-1 tn ml" prnii-il 1'Klstr.tlnii, anil Tor that pnrpo-n will tint t -priliilselim nt -i o'llork MONDAY. 1111, !rtl) LN'STANT, In glv li-srlnittu putlis In tcrcsteil: "A bill II. II. HU, In In-nr-tmrato Iho Hast ami Wist Vi'ii-Mni-tiiii Tr.iillou llnllmly Ciiinpin.v of the District uf Cnliinililn: Cumiiiriit tug nt AiinetHta: Ihi-tini nrtn- the new I'n-lcrn Ilrnrili llrldijr; tlu'in-n iilnug I'l-mis-lianlii aictine tuMh st : Ihcnee ninng stli t. tn (' -l.i thenco nlcnia C rt. lu .'iorlli ( iirolliinnie.; lliciireatniii.V(,tt,(arulln.i me. In I) st. s. e.: thcntonbmg D st. to Ncnv ilersoi nie,; thciM-e uloug New .li-riiev nie. to (' st ; tlicnec nliing c si. In (litllcM l'lr.j llienc along (l-itlli-t't I'laie to II !.; thpiimnlnnj II st. to .T-Nt. -. n.i thenr- along HI st 10 Aln. aie.t theme nlnngnnM bio. to bill -I . L'11-.u -along nth ft. to I' rt. 11. w.j th. are along (' -f In Mar'Kit Spsoj n. ,; theiire uton? Mnrkrt sipsen tn stli t ; tlicnec nlnnjj Stli "t. In I) st.t llietu-- l,ni II el. In lltli st.: tbrnie nlniiir llih -I. to Hit.; Ilirnce nbing II -I. tn 1 It Im -t.; tbi-ni-a nloiiK 1 Ith st. lo l.nr M sl.t tliciii-enlnn-r l.ur M t. tn'jsili or "Kith sts.j thcr.eo tilnug sillier nf -d t -tr-sti tnO -t.i IliiiHii aimer () t. in .12 1 -l rnnncv-t-Ing with tho Teiuiallilniin Llrrttlc llallrniil, rrtiirnlng It the s-imo rontcw-l-n etiiiuncnclng at lliojiiufilim lit lltli -t. -ml I'a. niv. . e.; llirnrc along lltli -I, til l.lni-nlu Park; Ihener In Mass, uve.t th-tii-e nlniu Atnsn. nvc. tn II st.J tliriirealiiiisllst. tiiN. J. live.; tlicnce .ilnng X. ,1. me. lu I111I. and I.11. live-.: llicnio nlonx l.a. nie. in .Msrkct "ip-inn, -" .t. W, DOIHILASS, .1. W. WW, II. SI. ItOIIIiHT, ilelH'lt (,'oininl-lonrrs 1), C. BCsr-oFrici: ok tiii: cosisnssioSKits KS-' of tlio District or Uilnuililn, Washing. ton.DeicnibcrlT, 1s-i, Ton hum Itmiyinn c:m: 'Iho Cnnunl-sliiurrs of th- District nt I'liliimtiln ham received from Cnngrws the following bill, with rtnnert- fur thrlr il-vs as tnllieprnprli'tyorrniiitlng It. llcfnre rcporl lng nn this hill Iho Coi'imlnlonrri, d(-!ro to kiiuii-Mlmt iibjci tlons. If am, exist tn raid liriiiHj-il legl-lntloti. anil or tlii-t pitrpnie will hold a riK-ilal ri-flnii at -J o'eloi k FUIIIAY, tho NINIl'lUENIII lir-mnt, to glrn hearing tn parlies hitcrc-kil: "A bill, II, ll.lffljl, to ami ml uu Innirpnralliu SVlilngtiii nml (irnrgeliimi llnllroail I'ointmiiv. 'Unit lliu Drliln-ilnn anil llrnrgptn-A 11' llnllroail Coin pun" Is hereby liiilliorleil tn change Us tracks an follows: loinliicnclug at Krw'-rrcjr are. anil D st, fouth, llicnee along tlin p'a-t front lit tha Capitol, iw rhall be- illrcrtmj bvtbnsiuht tcit In rbnrge thrrrnf, to II at, ninth: th-nra west Ploni ralilll rt. tii eonneit witli Ifs prei. ent trni ks nn 1st st.; eoinnienrliig at lltli ami I rlr. unrlhirrrt: tlieneo went along I rr, tn 13th st.; thence Mnittli alniigl.Mli St. tn cinitieot 11 Ith lis present tracks on nnbl treet;eniiimemlng aisi.tb st. nml, Penn--lianln 11-. iertirsl; Hume alnng -nh I ftieniio Ininiineit with Its P-r-ent lrniks.011 51 "trcrt In .tha'clti- nt (iHirgekm-nr nimiiienelng ntr 51 nml' Illgh rtreetr, In UiiMltynt (lenrgrtnwn; lla'tiee west nlnilg JU-t. to lliu AlUitliiu HrMijo. .1; Mi DOtKlLASS, I, W, 1IOSS, , ilel8--2t II. M. llOlinilV. JfWLLPAV 1'UI.L ('()JISIIM()N TO IIKAI. K-JTATK AOKXTS .von.snu.ijjo, ' For l'llccs nnil Terms Apply to i;jtSIOXH,.V KINO, llulhlers anil Owners, Atlantic llullillng i'.ci:!-I.- ---i,on nAi.n--(;oTiNt,it of himhjci: E' street anil Dnrenooil avenue, I.c Droit Park. Flic Jfew Twurlorv anil Atte Dili-kljiicll- Ingr, with Porches, nil Slnileru lla prniemintr nu Spruce struet. SJx llnnrer, Tun Moil-, Attics anil C'elhrs I'Inlrhiil with I'aper--All Modern im- proicinentr, nn llnrewnoit nicnile. Alro corner House, inrner of Spruce anil Itnrc- wooil nieiiue. For l'tlco and Terms Apply to WH.I.IA3I j.l.r.W'Isi, eiimeraiul IlnlUlcr, On pieinl-es. dolS-tf rjar-'i'KiiT iikmlvkd. dii. witiru, Hill FennsjlMinlii nvennei oppo-lto VVIllarrt's Hotel. Thournnils from rurniid near vlrlt Dr. Wlillc'srntalillrhnient for relief from anil nvnlil. mice or enrnr, liiinlous, illren-eil nails uud nil other foot troubles. Hours, Sn. m. lo 0 p. in. isunil.i-a, II to I2.1ltniei fee ji per vl-lt fur put ting the feet Inlgood uriler. l.-talill-beil lsill. J' J. VV1I.I.IASI Li:i: (Sni-cenor to Henry Leo's SONi), UNDlHtTAKKIt, ari 1'K.NXbYLVANIA AVK.NUK X. W., South Side. llraneli OOIi 0, -IIW Jlnrjlnnd ave. s. w, f3swfiv NoirTirvi7"Yorun rTilmrs -" mnilo by one of the uot cijebrnted cutters In America Filers same as thoso thlrd-rato eultcra charge. V. T. HALL, tun 1' street nw. WA-SX,:H"AU':,A. "if.NTi:n-A Tn:(nsTi:itiTD piimima- y cist. Apply III persnu to 1IKN1IY A. JOIINSON, 10th and O rtr. n. w. ltuit VlT-ANTEldTf.KdTHlCIANi ALSo'silO Tf ond engineer; lady rtciiogruphcr and tjpewrtler; rolnrrsl hotel chef for lids cltr; aim chambermaid to 211 to Florida. DIUKS 'AOENOY, (.137lh bt, 11. w, is-.1t irANTKD-A HUH, TO COOK. JYASII V and Iron fur family of three adult; iiiui bo competent; uuim other need nppl. 107 ( st. u. w, is-si "I'lr'ANTIHl-FAUSlBIt; PltACTICAL,. KX- peilcuicil man nmlwiro to attemt tei lullklng, etc.; mall fatin lu Ylrgluln. Aililrcss, vilthrerrroiue, salary -ixiu-ctril, etc.. l'AIIMGIt. 1'. O. Hos 1.MH. I'hlUikliihla. lMt "VI rA.N'l KD-A OOOD OAKHI.Uli: T1HM- W nicr. JOHN St. YOf.NO, m l'n. inc. 11. w. ls.rt "Iir-ANTDD-YOIMO .MAN TO WOIIK IN V iroekery turc. App).i, with IcrtlmonHIr, tu SI I "th t. 11. w. lS-:tt 3V -anti:d-a ph'tuii: .ioinhk. - tiy 111 .,iri, i.i-'iiiii 1 .-., 1-1 rj ., i.aic. AV ANTi:D TH.IWIITTKItS AT DAllllDIt ilC Jiossi', cor. Uth mid (I st. 11. w. Annlv Ul Ohio. in-.) Tr.XTTn7"i7siKDiA'i 1:1. yTa" woman 1 V to look, .wash and lion; fnnillv of f ur; refi-rcnics relinked. Apply nl VW Slassiin setts ore. 11. e. 18-!t WANli:i)-,A WOMAN T(7"tO()irAND ilu iip-uilrs work. Call at miisi nt at, I,1, rt. 11. w. ISIt WAXTKH-WIHTK WOMAN l'Olt CtllN. eril hourewnrk In small family, Her man preferred: must eeiok well; good wage to right party. Apply after latSAIfprucestreet, Le Drnlt Park, """' "X'irANTED- a m:spi:uTAiii.i: "Tihil Tl fur general liuufwork; must kimw bow tn conk; prliuta Xnnillj-, reference r quired. 1111 10th t 11 w. l-'t rAXTKD-A COMPIITiInT (H1IL TO DO V gcnrrnl bousowork fur n small rami)-; innat bring refereuee. Inqillro nt 1W1 T 11 w. .. i.i .. y 7"ANTKI) A UOOD COOK, SKTTI.F.D uu'i iciminu i)inujit Annlv isil .Icrr-r- ton Place, bet. lull nnil IlUlvSl and N tts. vr- ANTLD-TWO FIUST CLASS WAIVI' lianilr; highest wages linlil tu euiiipdent workers. Apply fur Ihren dnis lsll iai inns isii nil u 11 w. -VtrAN'rnD-A ni:at woman 11111 ok.v TT end linnrewurlc lu a ruull family; rtav nt idglit; rererrnti-r, Applv 1-1 si k TMt "ir.NTBl)-A MAN TO ATTKND MO V ruriuiie-Mlil Ulhjd 11 w. lT-Hi "11 rAXTIHl- A iTKsd'LCTAHI.i: (lllll, l'Olt T general liuuse; jnurt kniiw buw to cnolt; prlialo fiiudlj; refercmes ie(ulred, 1S11 Wlh nt H M . IT II "i7".vN'ii:D-('Aiiiui:it uovh Foit Tin: Crllk'i from north, nurllmut, ruutheist nnd uortbwert M-itlun-i ut Iho Itv. Apply at '1 111: L'ltlTIf OFFIUKot I uMnik. Iii-tf w ,vnti:i) a 01111. run iii!N-i;ttv'i. housework. Apply nt SOT li Cap st. lH3i 1"ANTKD-A woman TO cook and , ilu light boiisanurk; wufr, !-. Apply llillh-tn. lilift 7"AYl'i:D-A lOkOIIFI) WOMAN FOIt tfvuciui iiuiircwuiK. -ppi li llil u 11 w. 1IKII rANTi:n- a" vtisi an to cb(ii;, wash Tt nml lion; tiilii) reforenu'r. Apply lss) Lnnh-t, l.elln.U Pnrli. IS It "Iir-WITD A COI.OUi:i) MAN TO ACT TT nigionnt anil footman; iiiut know the city well. Appl ut riabto rear of ITS;) It I ave. TWNTF.D A riltsT-Cl.vKsi WlltTK isa) hiibi iiiiiigiiim iu icifft-iiio- .lliniv I H. iV.fl "lirANTLD A COOK, WA-ilIKU AND It Irunrr foriirinall rninlli; koiiI waiH for -.gnat took Appli ri) Ski ainne lj-'lt "lirANTllD HOOD HOUSLSIKIKll. .p. 2ply corner Mil and 1 rt- a vv. 1 J 3t ANTKD-A lufmXTAUUf Will IT. till lo do general b6ucoik tor mnnii lamlly, Cullntlsi Ittnc, yyiv ' VVAN-rHtl - St Tt'ATONS. irANri:D-iiy a iii:msi:d mu mi TT I'd) n purttlnn i ihamlio'ni il 1 111 1 rrnmtre-or a eiiiniiaiilun ('ill to ad --. IIHitl1rl.11.lv ss- "VirANTLD-A PtU'l'.'IO DO ill.NCIt l. ' V hnii.enurl. Vpi.l) wri 1 -t 11 v.. rniigk 1 I rrfen-nt.-. li-a ir-.NTi:l) IIY AN HXI'lHIIKM'Kli TT waslierivoni 111, narblni) a'nl Irnrilm In ilu at bulne, (--II ur aililrer. Ts-llMb st 11 w, irANTi:i)-iiY iii:spi:iii-Ani.i: wuirr. gilt, n rllii.illou dji iliamberinMll ant. wnlitcirslu nprlint- rnndly: re(-oni'S i'!v 1. Call or rd'irrn roilthwe-l r-trunr lll'i-inl rlsn w. I.jti I "lirANTHD-IIY A Mil Ml ' iihollKI) I TT ninn, a platens iHitterur iiiersein-er. VI- , dnrr . T , 1 .Wi ) si 11 w. ;-H I irNTi:n-iiY AiiiispiKTMibi: i:vo ' TT ll"b girl, rltllatlnll nn Ill'-lnV Mir.-' i-ll I Ijko entire cliargu. Call .it -flel c rt - e. Iil-l- I "7"aX'ii:d -Hi iiKsi'iirt'Mii.Kcoi.ii I V wninaii.n rliniillnn In n flrrt-,H fnnllv nr conker ibuliibernialil and i nil r.'rs. An.ilr ' HUM rln u. pint'; "llfAN'IIID-spIl V'llON IIY A H'lOII TT liiumlrerri'lnrabiillea' w Hi; ln IuiVjI- anil nnplilns launilcreil ery n-a-uiialilv. ("ill at -JWS I, rt 11 w. Id-Hi -lirAN'fiH) iiva isif-n-'iTrrAfiM; TTiiii V girl, a rltiiailimnrchainbpriiislilur In do general Poun'worlt Call urn'blrerr nil Msitl ion st 11 w. lV.'lt W ANTl:l) IIY A YOl'.NH COLoflffl) wiinian, lluhtwn-hlng lu tike hoiiieur n lilaie tnilucliamberiinrk ami pliln sewing In 11 faiullr, Aihlrcr- or i-all -JI-JI l.lih t 11 w. I'ltOI-O-I.VI.M. Olllll'OSAI.H Kilt CIIANdlNII l)lil,l)IN(i .1, No. 7 nl tho Navy Ynril, Washington, I), C, Into an apartment bourn ot three shirk- fur nflkers' eiunrtcrs.- Ilitreannt Yar,l nn I Do-kr. 'n, V 11,i(,r,,i,h,it M't.h1n.r, II f- I,.. .. ber io, lirai. Kenleil pinpinsl'., l'n liiip'lkiire, In- : clnrneil "I'rnpujala for Oltlcers' t)narter at linriiinginn, lllll nn rceltpil nl tin- Jlnrioil until U o'elutk 1111011,1111 Tt'l'UDA Y, .1 NI AltYll. lf-'ll, nnd puhllOy upe.ue'1 liiiiiicillalely thereafter. Specltkatlnur ami blank fnrnir uf iiruensiilr will In) lurwarilril upo-i npiillcitlm. in tlilr Diireiut, or lu the CumiuiiiiilRiit ut the Navy lanl, Wn-hlngtuii, D. I. Iildur ate expi'itid tu fully liifuriu tbemrehoi nf ilie ihnrailerot llirwnrk reirllrel by vlrltlng Ilu Yard or Utirenu, where plans tusj bo ennnliiHl, llrriiunrlhlr serurlty will Is reiiulrcd ror the falthflil perfurniaiiee nt the contreit, anil tl,o right Is rererveiLtn reject nnynrall prnpo-sls not ilceined advantageous in the (luvcrnmenl, nmltuwalie iterielr. A buiiil fur Hit aiiiuuf livo tlioli-nlnl ilollari i$.MXi mart nccoiiiiianv bhlr fur Hie Mo;k. N. It. I'AIKH'H Uf, yhlef nrlliifeaii. ilecllWtaw.liv r KAL I'ATATi; llUI.LliTlN, "niUMAfl.'. WAflOAMA.V, !li: F street Changes niado Weilnerilajs unit Haturclnyr. TW0-ST011Y lllilt'K AND FllASli: HOCSK- FOIt ai.i:. MIllTltWJ.rtT. Ill fls'tli st, till. 111 I. lira :,,1I Ur) Slit ll rt, ''Ji.tirMiid-J bourn 111 reir, I rs eaihi , I'.J'r.l V2I7 nml lilll Madlrnii rt, t b, 4 rr, 111U -2 ' brick hoarer In rent l,Mti ,S3,Mai!-2ilrt. hll.9rse.icli 1,5.(1 ilRrJaiuMli-IIMlist, li b.ml.ilrs MOD 1IKS V st, f h, 0 rr um Alley bet 01 li Olid ,th, 1, nnd SI Ms, t h, 4 rr M.Mrl -nilsi,iiti, ml, 7rs , :iv) 181 and ISA Pierce st. f h.iir :,Mt I'llHXkl. Iili.ml :,... n,-,, wim.i m. iiu.iii I, irr...,., .,. .1 ISlfl 15-22 Jtailhonrt, f, Irs :),IK Sttnblo In nlley, bet l.'lh nnd Kith, K ami Lrtrn r , ,, 0,0110 4M and 4.V1 Hklge st, tli.r, r-., I,KM1 aifll'tliat, bh.il rr n,tKX) 11.11 Oth st. t h, I rr V..VO IWI and :iiet alloy, f h, Irs -i,--1 lllll nnil (IIS Sliirlon ullev, f b, Irr -2,nHi 4'2lnuil l-.'ii o n ullev, tb, lis l.f'M 1-20.') to 1pi:nth rt, l b, II rs eacl l.sl III to IV.) I'lcrio st, li h, lirr 1,-s-Kj 10 I.L'ASi:, For a tetin nf CUvrsn vnliiublepleroot bind- nerr property on lltli et, near Pa iho n w; rent 1"0 lier montli nml tn-er. r.rAru to Initial on mini; building toio-t not less tli-iii ,1 rv-u",, t rt, bet Ith and oth ts n e, rent per an num $'!i', tn UNl.MPltOVLD I'ltUI'l'I'TY Foil t-ALII. Per foot. N j; ror SOili and I lsn w- 5-1 1 m Krt, bet lull nnd 17th stall iv , ,,, I 511 Lrt, bet l.Mh anil llithsts n w, 3 no sth-t, bet i: Cap nnd .Vrtsn o 1 IM (1st, bit 1st inulad rlsn w ., 1 Oil 7th rt, nljoic Criint nvo n w , r9 IIOUSLr, FOIt ltllNT. 1517Nstn w (fur), lira OO iiOUPrt ii w (for), 1.1 rr h) III) -211 A rtse, II rs ...,.,.,,.,, rs) nu l-Jtlllet no (fur), Brr , -, uu isai'.lhstne, llrr 8.1 00 1017 -J-.'d rt n w,!l rr If) .VI U-2INJ iiien w, Hrs , ., -2 Oil .'HU I, rtli w, 7 ir , KM 1SV, CHS W, ISim -, 0(1 '27-20 SI rt n w, 1 1 rr., S3 0(1 1-2l7.1lrt rtn w,llls,. ,, -21) Ik) USSK'thrttiw, 8rr 11) In I ar.i N rt n w, i) rr its :i I lllll mint no, 0 ir HO) -ISrt na rtr-W-.U- , it mi SChamphdn nic, ." rs, , U) 01 iSlt.Mrt n w-, I rs , it 4, Rand it 1'roi tor's alley n w, I rr M(V)' 7-niifl s Hone men e, I rs SJ :l USiOrecii's alleyn w, -J rs..,. 5 uo LOANs,. In rums to suit nt II per cent. IIKAI, KhTATi: INVEVl'MILVT. Sate an V, S, bunds. Mi per cent., payable. quarterly, In suinsuf j?1,iiou. hmall premliuii churged. Tho. ubu-. nls only a portion ol the property on my books. For full lift mil lit nllliu fvr bulletin Issued on the 1-t and 15th. T. D. WAOOAMAN. VOlt 1IKNT itomis. 171011 1USNT-1314 iVr.N. ,-2I.Ail0K .1? coiiinuuilcalliig fuinlrliril rnuiiir'open ftre: idee lucntluii) oppurlto Franklin Park; tlrst tiara board In hou-e; termr rearoiiatite, 18--21 Pi OK ItDNT-SLAHOE UIIKIIIT t'OHMII. nkatlnir roouir, furnlrbeil. ellhrr rliiL-le or en tulle; :i large wlndunr lu trout room; either to gentlemen or ladlcr. 711 (1 rt. n. wv IS It T 7011 ltKNl-ltOOMS 71T I-2TII ST. X. W., ucnly and tlnely tiirnl-liml. tu geutleiueii only; lonieidclit tu V rt. and Penn. avo..eats anilli rdlir. ls,-t "IJlOllllKNT-tll-MHI'Hl'Ci; ST,, LKDIIOIT .1' Park, I h, '.-11111(111 looms, w Illi heat and gar, at n loiv rent; tu inlullr inily. Cad after 4 p. ni. 171UUIIKNT FCItNISlllIII. IIIHT I10A11I), ' -2 mile', -2 rniimr each, nil flout; Srlnale rooms for inupler; luith nml parlor privileges; terms rc-nronnlijci tlrrt-ilnri. atioiiimoilatlons, slSI-lth 121 h rt. n, w. 1S4L ITSOU llLNT-a ILND(iMKLv"rMNT-iiTr:D ,k! uiifurulrhcil roums on -2u iluur. 11-22 IMh st n w . 17 'It 1,1011 llll.NT-FI H.VIslIKI) OK I NFflt " nlrhed runnir uu 2it ur til llunrr; liillioti x'd flour; board near; adult; rcfi-rcui-o, ills Curtoraii rt. l..lt 1710II IIKNT IIS ID hT N W -2 UIIKIIIT 1 and ibeerful moms 011 -2.1 rtoor; iiufnt nlnhctl, with lieiit,j;aa nnd bnlii; terms iiiulij. rate. I7it 701! IIKNT-1 DOOMS AND HATH, -2D Hour. Apply l'tmi Mi rt s 11-. 17-lt 171011' 1IKNT--2 COMSIFNU'ATl.Vtl PAH loir nt IM) "Hi rt 11 u; fiiruUheil nr 1111 furiil-bid, Ki -It lTiou lYKNi'-rritM-HKi) iioovti..--in .I1 nnd :!d floors, or 11 III lent liou-o f urnl-di'd. 71ell st 11 w. Iti-at "ITSOIt HUNT MNOI.Y (lit KN "hCU'K---1" llaiiilruiii(l.i fiirnlrliiil iiiums Heir limn circle, lu pilvnto famllyt griitk-incu onl). Mil lllhrtuw js:t 'IjIOH IIKNT O.Ni: NIl'KI.Y Ft 'IVIHIIKD, 1" warm, '2d story front loom. U2cl Idh i 11 w. mlt i'i:iison.m VUW IS TIIKTISli:. wff WII.1. PAY .i. "big nioney" for gents' flrl-iisr rec-uiiil-liniid clotlilng. .Vddrers or mil ut .11 STlI'ls 01.1) STAND. Din 11 rt. 11. iv l'ou sai.i:. 171011 -.Aid: 1AI.OON AND ItKSTvi runt. 1'or liifor.r.iittiiii nil. trow tun V. . t Ui-.1t I? 71011 SAI.K KMMONS . KINO, llflt.D- irr.iiciroliiir.il attention ot the pubtu lu their Ni w llullillniir, win nearh ilnlnheit, on Krtriet, SkiMnrhurrttaiiienueaiiil 1'lr.t iiurth can. I.01111I011 lll-h. VV III sell befurii. Iiinii uiyl, nt 11 icduitlnnuf IV our (enl , upon ux traordliiiiry env termr. Workmnmdilp good, und huiijsi- llnl.lio'l wlil pnperln -, ion s.vi.r. mt i:ciiAN(.i:. jriOll hVl.K Oil KM IIAMIK l'Olt CITY lj proputj Large hoallhy (arm. with brlek noiire and iiibei biiildlu.; one hour bv rail from Warhliigton uu AuniipolU II. It Id d re lain SI urr inc. do 1 1 111 3VL:. 3J1. SELTZ, Importinu Tailor, 1332 P Street Northwest. PALL, AND WINTER IMl'OUTA TIONH NOW OPEN, This Is tho Finest Lino of Woolens Ever Seen In Washington, oil 3m 1(111 lit M- ItOI .) ( IOII HIV. Oil UM Ml 1 Ji u i, -, till U-.,n I.-., U -i i l.s"M rl tl w l.'-f. M 'I n v i; '- .mi m ii I -in o 1 .. win, i-ini IVI 01 , IT, 'II I) III II.V 01 III) III 01 11 ! 1 0 I H U l M 'I -11 I -II 1 II , s I .! I -1 : . . 1 1 ' 1 ., in ' . n 1 71 -I nini Mill ... .V) in VI 0) .... Mm .... m . . 4il 01 aim n on .... "ft no . . iv in 21 ) 1 1201 lied b; prr- .v- CO.. Frln. iv. ii i- . . i i f, 1117 Mr ,i ii j 1111, -l , , l.lra . ris Ii i i v.1-2 r li I .1 i n n. Hi-IM- l ..mi v ii v Hi lil'O -I ii ll II i-t.t.t)-! tl w, II I '' I-: ( "I'll aie, M i IP'iiii -i ii , HI-1 i ll'.-, I -t tl r- . I .!.' I.iii w.ll r . I .mi, i n v.. It i. tf-i; I hi a n , 1 1 i . . . . tm Kn n ii. in ii Mil" II 1 1 111 . !-i. in '2 Cm, nun ri, li rr . 1114 Conor-it rt. II r-. I'll ( brpln rt II i... ItniN'rt UM,1D r. WITM rl ii iv, I 'J I- .... 10'.1 II. l.nr ir w, Plir... Ill'l Slnnliluii nl, 'I i. '.IIS tl r II w .., rr ll.lt Jtisil Implii rtKrr lu; ti an ii rt ii v,,m I1l.!l7llirl ii w, r-lr nml iltvir I Kill lorlilaave.Hrr is-lvriihrt ii w.Mrr l-a'l SI rl ll M,r,r 3!I I'ninery rl, ., rs 1 heal ne lumres iau l,u eaiintt mlt ttt'i'i our unieounli, nioviA. j. n-nit'ii IS2-I aiom.v to r.oA-y. 1 I ns'iiV'Ti l,i i, J iSi ifiAiHirAf uu JI ilrn.rla recitrles nt luwest rnlcv nt liiteri-it. No it, lav where riicnrlty lr-p.iJ. (). ('. ellKfiv. 'JI 17(11 rtH w " (INKY, 1)1 IN AM, SCI!. to loan on iil:.u. i:yrATi: ? tcvnn t. AT ., AND r, PCI; KJKXT. II. It. I'AltHKtt, UIKFst. :m 'ONBVIO I.ON lllhinur tu .Suit, On Atuiruvtil Ileal KrtnluScriirltv. 11. II. WAHNKH .V Co., DUI V n 11 h ItAll.ltOVIIK. rilllK (illlUT I'KNJWYIA ANtA lloCTK JL tu Um Norllt, Went und SouCiM-ust, Double 'I inrl. Splrmlld Mcenerv. S Ill'l Hi. Staultlceiit Ktilpmu-i1 Is- Ksrrcr Niiii.ukkii -2-1, 1W. Trains ciio Wrrhluston, from -tnlliir. euravr uf Mull mut D rlreelr, nr rnlli : Fnit I'lnsiii nuiiHdlhnVVert,i;hleiij;oMrillil Kxprerr uf Pullman Vxilhufo Carr at lOVIn 111 ilnllw 1'aal Line, JO 5.) .n 111 dully to fhl iagu. Ciilumbus and St. Lnulr, ivltl) l'nrlnr Car llnrrlsburs lo Vitfshiirs nnil Hb-ciiln (,ira trnm I'ltirlmr? to tiiill-ii-p!lr, Plit, . Imrstn Culiimbiir. Altnona In (.'niello. S 1.H111P, , iiii.-it:u anil i.-incilinill s.vprers, -:m I!, . 111 uiiiir. 1 iiriuruiir 11 11-1111131114 i.111 irrir lilirir. Unit Sh-i-ulli, CflfH tl-rfUli.iri t.i m i.uui'., 1 niruKo nun I'liieinnnit, siiri uniui Car IlanlrburiclnSt Luulr.thlcrjoandCIn elniintJ. Wertrm Kxprero at 7 0) m didli, Willi Sleeping Carr Wa-'itiistein tu fhleap, nnd SI, Konlr, cnimtctliiffilallV ai llnrrlsliurjr with II1MU2I1 Slorprrs fur UiulrVKU nnd .Mcniphls. iPullinaii Dining C'sr I'lllrlntrirtw lllrlinwiid anil L'lilriq;n. fnelllo Kaiirev, 10.no p in ihdlr. for I'ltlsliurR and pin Wc( wlihtlirniiL'hsieupcr lo I'lttahnr-tiud I'ltta linn; tu Chicago, KALI IMOltK ANl'l I'OTdMA'fJ IIAILUOAD, Fun Kavj:. Uuuandalsua, lloelieslcr and Nl ngnrn Falls dnllv, c-erpt Hundav. RIO a in. FnnKniK, CiiiiandnlKna and Itotherter dally; for ilufl-lnatid Masnta dally, Cia-ptSatur-unlay, 1U on p ni, with tittcplns Car Wash Instiin In Ikitherlcr. l'elt WliLiAHiisnir, Rochester and NlaRnr.i Fulls, 7.10)1 m dally, rsccin Srliirtlay, Willi Slci 11 us Car Wnshlncton lo Itoehclcr. Foil Win lAMsroRT. Itenovn-aort Jvtmlrn, at 10 rn (1 m Unlly except Sunday, Fon Wn MAvri-uur nully :i.l") p m. l'nn l'nn Aiirirnu. New Ymli ami the Iis, 7.S0, IMXI. ll.Olnndll.Wn m, tip, a.lS, l.-.M, A. in. 111,(0 mid ll.as 11 111. On Hn inlay, (I (XI. 11.10 am, a.l(l, :.l.-i, I.iO. IOOO and ll.,snni, I.lmlti'd Kxprcss nt Pullman Parlor Cars, with l)lulni;CnrlnItlmurtu New York, H.l'l a ni dally, cxeept Snndny. Fnit Nriv York only. Limited Kipress with Dlnlnc Car. o.lKI p m dally. Foil l'liit.Aiiei.i-iiiA only, Fiwl Krpfers ti.tn n in weekdays ami 4 p m dally. K-prrss, Sun. day only 3. 10 pni, I'iiu IIoston without chantte, H.10 a niwecti laj s and 11.15 t 111 every day Ton llnuniii.y.N, N. Y nil thruush trains nin ncit nt Jerrey City with boats ot Ilrooklyu Annex, atrnrdluir rtkeit transfer to l'jfltnn "tn-et, niuldlns double rcrrliiKo- across Now Yurk City. Foil Atlantic Citv, 11.10 a in uoek-diyr, 11. r, p 111. daily, l'ou iiALTiuonK, cat, 7.-20, ftdtl. fl.ftu. n.-tx to.m, 1(1 Ml. 11.00 nnd 11.10 n ni. 1-2.0V5, 2.10. :l 13. aX Kill. I.-20, 1.S-I, 3 01). 3. Ill, OHO, 7.10. KUOaml ll.:3,iun. On Hundav p.flil, fl.03. MV1, II.IU a m; -2.10, 3.13, aan, 4X0, -t.'"), 3.00, 3.10,0 no, 7.10, II) 00 and 11.33 pin. Fon Poi-E-'s CnriK List, ".-20 11 ni and 1.9) p 111 dally, except Sunday. Fon AN-.AI-nj.il, 7.-M andP.Oi) n ni; 12.03 and l.so p rn daily, except huml'S. Mirort.i', Ii.OO am and I.!t0pm. WAMlllNOTON SOUTHKIIN TtAILWAY. In KrrncT Novuvuku 11, two. Fun Alkxamuiia, 4.8(1, 1) 03. 7.13. Ml. P. 13, 10 37 a 111, 111 1)1 noon, V.IB, a.:j",' -I.-23, IM, (JOt, K.0S, lO.lC. nnd 1 l.rrj p m. On Sunday at t m. 7,A.I3, 10.57 a 111, '.VM, B.01, a02 and 10.03 p 111. AuojumtuTlol for (Juanlleo T.-tj a m and 1.33 im week dais. 7.13 n-in Handa vs. 1'ult 11 11 inioNli and (lie South, S.W.iiHlJO.37 n 111 dally. Auoramodation 133 p m M-cek days. Tiiainm leave Alexandria Mr WaShhwIon, 0.03, 7 03. H.O0, '.1.10, 10.13, 11 07 am; 1.20, 3.(0, :i.S0, mo, ii.n.1, 7.03, ti.s, lo.M'aiur it.ers p m. On t-niHlay at U.tO and 11.07 3 ni; -2.0), 3.10. 7.03, 7.!, f.-20 and 10.30 p.m. 'I likelr and Information at the nttler. north eaet corner of Thirteenth -trortnnd Ffnnryl vanla aienue, and at the. ruuloii, wlieie oricc ran bo left tor tho cbeekliia nf baK-njn u, derilnatlon from hotels and reeldvii.-cs. CDAH. K. PUC.ll, J, U WOOD, (Jcneral .Muniujer. Ben. Pars) A;enl, ...n. ....".". .:. ". :.- -e .--." iy AI.aiJIOlfK X. Oilier 17AILIUAI. Schedule In effect November in. IHM. I-nie Wiu-lilHKIou from rl-lloq corner orNew Jcrreyiavtuuo1 and C street; Fnit CiticAiio and Nqrthnert. Vc-tlhnleil I.linltml oxprt-ii dally 11.30 m,. e-iprcrs N.MI p in. Fna Ci.miwati. t. I.mdr and IihIIiiuoioIIs, expicrs dally, 3.UI nnd 11.30 p 111. Foa PiTTsnt'iiii ami Cleveland, cviirojil lllr, ti.m a rn and U0 p in. Foil LrMNiiTiiN and points In I tic Shcnaniiu.ih Villi., 110. 1'J a m. Fnu WiseiinrTfcit mid way elnlloiiB, .3.:s3pni, Full 1.1 HAT, H.aipm. Full HiLTIMuiiK, week dais, 1.03, 3.0.1, .j 7.411. 7.S0, (S.IX). -IVniiunlCa), RJ, 9.3T, I LOT, (1.), iVndnntea), 11 m. U.in, a is. '2.30, a.I3 15 minutes), :I.S3, (.S3, I.30 (5.nn, 13 mliuitosl, 3.03, BUI. 0,11), 11.13, H.30, 7.13, IM. 9.'V 1(1.71 nnd 11,10 p 111. hnndajr, 4.03, 7.3), 7.3-r, M, !i.ia a m, tl'jno, -13-ininutesi. l.on, atwsu, .".-23, LSI), (SCO, JVllllnillcr), 5.03, 0 01, i;.13, n.-;o, 7,:"),iuio, io.'ji, 11.30 n ni. l'nn Wat statiovs between Warblnston and llaltlmore. 3.1X1, 0.S3, H,:X) 11 di, 13 10, 3.'23, A :)), 1150, 7.IJI, 11.1)0 11m. Sundajr, .)) u in, l.(Kk S.-23, I. fA I-.I20. 7.:m, It,-)) p m. Th.u.ni, ii-.iv nllaltlmore fur WarhliiKtnn we U davr. 3 (X). (I '20. ILID. 7.L3. 7.'20. 8 Oil. H.:if). H :. tun, low. 10:13 11 mt i'2 no.' mn, 2.1U, vm. AMI, 1.13, 3lLU.ai, USD,' 7.03, IM, 7,10, a'nl. i'.u'i. iu.iu, iv-.u nuu im-- ui, nuiititirr". l.iF, 7.13, B.II0, H.83. 0.30, 102X1. 10..15 a 111; lS.t, I.U",, 2.1(1, S.3II, L13, 3(1i), SSO, 7.ai,7.'W, .W.1.3II, 10.10. 10,-20 and 11 (Op in. FuuAn.sai'iu.is, 1133 uud M n m, F2.I0 und 1.-23 p m. hundair. S.3Q n 1.1, 4.30 p ni. Leaio Annapnlir ii :n, s.31 am, 1103, ;JW 11 ni, Siiiutajr, S.30nin,.3H p ni. Fmi Statiuss 011 tho .Metrupcillt.tii llraneli, 01211. jHjin ,1 m, (.5 p , y, prlntlp.il rlatlims unlj. S10.I0 11 m, L30 and t3.S) u ni. Fon (IviTiiriiauriiii and Intninrillatennlnl-, W.MI, iioui, ti in, Sl'210, nil, 113), 5:h, "10 no, ill as 11 in. Fuiilloiu's unit intermediate rt-tlon. "7.U1 pni. tlil'iicit TitAI.N lenienWjirlilnstnn un snndiy nt 1.15 p 111, stopping stall rlatiunr n lr- Tupulltan llrniiih Fnu Im niatis, 1I-.3U. iM.no, v.ao, tll.ajum, il.15, 13.1X1. H.tilp III Fon Uauhistuivn, ml. 10 n m. and svm p in 'J iiaimi tirrlva from Chicago dally 11,91 n 111 and 1.15 pni; from Cincinnati and St. Lnuls dally 3.3Un in and 2 03 p m; from I'llfliur" 7.10 am. 3. 'si pni dnllv. IIO1AI. 1ILLH LINK Foil NT.W YOIIK Nt) 1'llliaDKI.PHJA. 1'nuNi.w- Yoiih, Trenlon and the Ln-t, '103, is no, 10,i, l-i.CU a 111, i m, s.VIVI and "10 'HI pm. lIutTet IVirlor Cars nn lilt dny tralin slieplui' tar on tho 10.)Kip 111, open ui tiun pm Fun Hoston 2.M)p in with Viillmin H.irTc-t Slcepiui- Car runiilnir tliiniiDh tu llu-ruii wllhuut iliui:e, via FouAbkMpalo llrldjo, lamllnii pueMJiujcrs la 11. A. M. station ill llos- tun. Fon Fiiir.AiiKi run. !(, rvi. IOiO. w.oi, noon, K,fs). 8.WI, n.l.l and "III 30 p in Fun Nlivlilh. Del., Wlliiiluulon and lliiit.'f, IU3, muuum, U(Mui-u,-2.Wl, -301. 'li.l, ami K).:xi p in. Limited riprcsa rtupplii u lliidio-iou oul. 'to 00 a 111. Fun iNTnixmiiTiipulnUi between Ililtlmnr.- Ld Philadelphia. 13.00 nud tj7.U m, i-j n. a v. p ui. Iiiaimi leiue Nc V nrU fir H'r-'ilu-ri.i 1 HUH, 'll.HOu 111, "-2.ISI, .!) '3lllpii, ill -W.13 nthlil. lllliss lcaic I'li:i4al,dlia for V,,i-.hlii;iii-i IK), s,13, "liain in, 11 10, in, -nil, ;; p 111. Fun Atiastic Citv, 103 ami tOdO 1 in i.mii 110011 Sitndaia, I uVa in, Id.oO noo 1 Sllxti'pt .Suiidaj. Jlnll. i sniueii .iiih Du)?jna culled for and 1 lucked from hotel ami reidiTtiHir 1) 1 11I1111 Transfer ( u. nnur.lfii. left ut tltket nttlri-s, MO ami 1331 1Viiu')Ii.uiI 1 uvenueaud ntdeput. j. t. oiiKi.i, ciiA-i o sen. 1. den. Manager. O111, Pars A.- t 1. rSJ L-wj&'(U(4liti i&j&iaMfc;iii!f&tL vHlst. AdiiLLiJMi ; .JlM . . , . -:&&2d&e iUo-J. .ltektbkAk UfJiJtt- iV,, 4,?,ii. JlnHihtf iSthk , ua W. ,.