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111? I T )) I FINANCIAL AND COMMEIICIAL. SPECIAL NOTICK.1. I MM
STOOD BY HIS TARTY.
THE CLOTUKE ItESOI.UTION TAKEN UP
The Vlce-Prcnhlent Overrule? AH Point
of Order Against It nml In Sustained
liy Ills Party, Although Several He
imlillcnns Voted "With the Democrat.
Tin! Bcnato met nt 10 o'clock this morn
lug, but 110 quorum appeared until 10:30.
Tlio question being on tlio approval of
tlio journal, Jlr. Aldrich proceeded to
address tlio Senate. He said that tlio
Journal disclosed the fact that It was tlio
determined jolIcy of tlio Democratic
fc'cnntors to prevent any legislation or
rttlon unless their wishes ns to certain
measures should ho acceded to. Tlio ao
tlon of tlio minority was revolutionary
I ul would bo resisted.
Mr. Stewart Inquired whether It was
proper for tlio Sennlo to violate Its own
I till 8.
Mr. Aldrich replied that that was n
question ho did not understand, but that
II was clearly tliu right of the Senate to
Ho then went on to enumerate the lm
iortant bills pending in tlio Scnnto which
must ho passed beforo the 4th of March.
Mr. Harris said that unanimous consent
would bo given by tlio Dcmocratlo sldo to
proceed to tlio consideration of npproprla
Hon b'ils or any of the bills mentioned by
Mr. Aldrich That Is exactly what 1
linvc raid. If wo yield to the dictation of
the minority and let It say what legisla
tion shall bo considered, everything is all
When Mr. Aldrich had concluded his
remarks ho moved tliat tlio Senate proceed
tot ho consideration of his resolution for
n chongo of tlio rules.
A point of order was mado that tlio
unfinished business was tho motion to
correct Tuesday's Journal.
Tho Vice-President said ho would hear
argument, and discussion Is now proceed
ing on that point.
Mr. Stewart argued btrongly on tho
Tho Vicc-lTcsidcnt lias ruled that Mr.
Aldrich's motion to proceed to tho consid
eration of the cloture resolution is in onlcr
mid has overruled tho point of order that
tho question before tho Bcnato was tho
motion to correct Tuesday's journal.
Mr. Harris appealed from the decision,
but tho Chair was sustained yeas 35, nays
Messrs. TcllcrVolcott and Stewart voted
with tho Democrats.
Mr. Aldrich moved to proceed to con
sider his resolution and Mr. Gorman
moved to tablo It.
Tlio Vice-President has submitted tho
question to tho Bcnato and a voto is now
Tho voto resulted: Yeas, 30; nays, 33.
So tho motion to tablo was lost, and tho
voto commenced on Mr. Aldrich's motion
to consider tho cloture rule
The roll call wassuspended on Mr. Han
som's point of order that the journal of
Tuesday showed that tho matter had al
ready been tuken up. Tho Chair ovcr
rulcd'tho point of order, and the Demo
crats took an appeal.
The npiicnl was defeated and tho Chair
Mistnlned yeas 30, nays 27 whereupon
Mr. (Inrman made a further point of order
that Mr. Aldrich's motion must bo in
The Vicc-Pwident sustained this point
ond Mr. Alrtrich'wroto out his motion.
Mr. Aldrich's motion prevailed. Yeas30
nays 32, Jones of Nevada also joining
wiih the Democrats In opposing it.
jmt. iiarns mauo mo pomi oi oraeriuat
Mr. Aldrich's resolution was defective In
that it did not Bjwclfy what parts of tho
standing rules of tho Senate It was In
tended to change, and that it modlilcs
rules r, 0. and 20,whlch aro not mentioned
in Mr. Aldrich's motion.
Tho Vice-President overruled tho point
Mr. Harris appealed and took tho floor
and spoke in support of his view, tho
Vice-President having reversed his ruling
of the other day that an appeal was not
debatable, ho having already ruled to-day
that an, appeal Is debatable.
"WhlleHr. Gorman had the floor this
morning and was reviewing the situation
several attempts were mado to take him
off the floor. One of them was mado by
Mr. Aldrich. It was met with a cutting
rebuke by Mr. Teller, who notified tlio
tknntor from Khodo Island that he must
not assume tho roleot a boss of the Senate.
GENERAL SPINOLA'S SAY.
He Ib for IIIU and Agalntt Ghost Dance
in tlio Next Campaign.
Bald General 8pinola this morning:
"Mess you, not Governor Hill's coming
to the Scnato will In no wiso affect his
candidacy for tho Presidency. Hill will
continue to be tho leader of tho New York
Democracy after he comes to tho Senato
iustashels now. And," continued tho
leneral, "Hill will bo nominated in '02,
und hewillswecpthoconntry. Tho Dem
ocratic party won't havo any ghost dances
in tho next Presidential election.
"What do you mean by ghost dances?"
asked tho reporter.
"Oh, I mean that we will not danco
after States that aro now rock-ribbed Uo
publlcnn. Our battle-ground is In four
Northern States Now York, Indiana,
Connecticut and New Jersey. Wo may as
well begin to select tho position for our
artillery now and let tho enemy seo us
Eutting it In position. Tho lighting must
e ilono in these States and the man to
carry them is David llcnnctt Hill."
A SIGNIFICANT PAIK.
la Ingalls Opposed to tlio Federal
A significant pair was announced on
the first voto taken in tho Senate. Mr.
Allison nroso and announced that ho was
ircd with Mr. Ingalls on all questions
affecting the clotura resolution and tho
Federal elections law. As Mr. Allison is in
favor of tlieso projects of courso Mr. Ingulls
is against tlicui.
It is probable that tho cloture resolution
will ho odojitcd whenever n voto on It can
be forced, lint this does not hy nny means
indicate that tho Elections bill will pass.
Indeed, tlicro is good reason to helicvo
that it will not pass.
Senator Washburn of Minnesota sail
to-day that while) ho was In favor of
adopting cloture ho was opposed to tlio
Elections bill and would vote ngnlnst It.
He said there wcro nino other ltepuhll
cans who would oppose tho passago of tho
Klcctlons bill. This, of course, would de
feat tho measure.
LATE ntOCEEDINGS YESTEltOAV.
An Amusing Hceno In tlio Semite
Confusion In tlio limine.
Tho Senate continued in session yester
day until midnight. After Tun Cnmo's
report closed Mr. Kustis addressed tho
Bcnato in opposition to tho Klcctlons hill,
ulthnugh tho question was on a motion to
iinicml tho journal of Tuesday. Ho
stirred up Mr. Hoar by calling up tlio
f ugatlvo f lava riots und tho destruction of
convents by Know-nothing mobs. Mr.
Hoar took tlio floor to reply and was mak
ing n bitter and effective attack on
Ixiulblaua, Incidcntly scoring Senator
Uustls. Jlr. Hoar, as ho warmed up to
Ids work, advanced from his desk toward
the Democratic sldo two or thrco steps at
u tiiuo shaking his list vehemently at .Mr.
Kustis to whom ho was directing his re
marks. After boveral of tlieso advance
movements ho ramo to tho centra alslo
where ho paused for a moment.
Then ho made us though ho wero
trolng to cross tho alslo In Ills
charge upon tho I.ouisliuilau. Mr.
Kustis Parted hack, both hands upon tho
mnis of his chair, while a look of mock
terror overspread his countenance; then,
us Mr. Hoar Mnrted out on n fresh denun
ciation, Mr, Kustis quickly arose and witli
his face turned toward his antagonist and
Mill wearing that amusing expression of
mock fright ho stepped briskly back
mining his fellow-Democrats and sank
with an air of relief in n vacant chair
which was flanked by nlilc-hodlotl Demo
cratic Senators. Tlio whole audience
rVnatora, ofllccrs, pages and tho galleries,
which wero crowded broke out into oien
laughter, Tho effect of Mr. Hoar's corn
cM, almost tragic, speech was lost amidst
the laughter which greeted this bit of
high comedy. Mr. Kustis' facial cxprcs-
elon during this sccno would havo done
credit to Joo Jefferson. Mr. Hoar returned
to his seat and soon finished his remarks.
Mr. Kustis looked up at tho galleries and
smiled his thanks for the quick apprecia
tion they hod shown for his masterly bit
Mr. Carlisle then took tho floor ond
mode on able and about tho only speech
directed wholly to tho motion beforo tho
Mr. Vest then got tho floor and held It
unui niiunignt, ncing ircquciui.v uiier
runted bv nolnts of no nuoriim and con
ruptcd by nolnts of no quorum and con-
sequent roll-calls. At midnight tho Itc-
inbllcans cava up tho contest for tho tlmo
being and allowed an adjournment.
After the journal was approved In the
House yesterday the proceedings contin
ued nniidst great confusion and a display
of feeling almost unprecedented. .Mr.
Cannon's resolution to limit debate on tho
District Appropriation hilt was tho pend
ing question. Major McKlnley took tho
floor and added to tho tumult by an em
phatic indorsement of tho Sneaker. Ho
declared that If need bo the llouso would
stay in session until tlio clock chimed tho
hour of noon on tho ith of March in or
der to pass a bill which would give to
every citizen in tho land his right to n
f reoliallot and a fair count. This declara
tion was vociferously applauded by tho
Continuing, Major McKlnley said of tho
criticisms of nnd assaults ujhiii tho Speaker:
"Whatever criticism is deserved by tho
gentleman who presides over this Houso
is shared by every ono of his colleagues
on this Bido. Hopubllcnn npplausoj.
Never has a parliamentary decision been
mado by the Speaker that has not met tlio
approval of tho majority of tho House."
After ruling that several motions made
by Democrats were dilatory, nnd refusing
to entertain them, tho Speaker said:
"The Chair thinks It apparent, from tho
whole courso of proceedings to-day, that
inc motion is a oiiaiory one, aim so rtues.
Tho Chair regrets to excrciso tho power,
but exercises It, believing his duties en
join It upon hint."
After protests from Messrs. Springer nnd
McMillan, tho Speaker ordered a roll-call
on Mr. Cannon's resolution. It proceeded
amid great confusion. Tlio result as an
nounced was yeas, 1B3: nays, 121.
A motion to reconsider, mado by Mr.
Springer, was disregarded, und tho tumult
continued, the Houso being m Committco
oi mo vvnoic. ino iccung wnicn existed
on both sides was well shown In tho sharp
remark of tho usually cool and courteous
llrccklnrldgoof Kentucky toMr.Cntchcon
for him to mind his own business, nnd by
tho astounding assertion of Mr. Allen of
Michigan that every motion mado by a
Democrat was out or order by being dila
tory. Unnlly tho committco rose and re
ported the bill back to the House, with
amendments. After moro confusion, tho
first amendment was adopted by a yea and
nay vote. On tho voto on tho second
amendment, tho Democrats left tho
House, leaving only about it half-dozen
to watch the proceedings. This broko tho
quorum and tho Houso was compelled to
The Itnnm Investigation
The special Houso committco continued
its investigation against Commissioner of
Pensions Ilaum to-day, hut nothing of n
sensational naturo was brought to light.
GHOULS IN HUMAN VOKM.
A Daring Case of lloily Snatching
Drought to Light.
A daring case of body snatching was
brought to light to-day and tlio probabil
ities arc that somo arrests will follow.
On December 18 the funeral of Nathaniel
I.ec, n young colored man, whodiod from
No. 432 Tempio Court. As tho family haii
not selected a lot tho body was placed In
tho vault of tho Hnrmony Cemetery neir
Ivy City. Tho agreement between tho
family nnd tho cemetery authorities was
that the body was to bo retained tlicro ono
mouth and flvo dollars was paid for tho
use of the vault.
On tho 18th Mr. John liohlnson, tho
uncle, and Sarah Drown, tho aunt of tho
deceased, went to tho cemetery, with tlio
intention of havingthobody interred, hut
they wcro informed that the burial had
already been made.
They wero shown a ncw-niado grave
that was supposed to contain the rcmuins.
Mr. Kobinson was not satisfied, howoYcr,
und he paid WO to assist in making an In
vestigation, tho outcome of which was
that the body was discovered in tlio dissecting-room
of ono of tho medical
Mr. J. W. 10, the undertaker, No. 332
Pennsylvania avenue, was seen byaC'ismo
reporter this afternoon. His books
showed that the bodv had been placed In
tho vault on the date referred to, and that
tho funeral was under his direction. Ho
remembers distinctly tho agreement mado
In regard to depositing tho corpse in tlio
vault, and warned tho family that tho.o
was something crooked In record to tho
transaction. No traces can oven bo found
of tho collln in which tho remains wcro
A Wlfe-lloater Punished.
John Williams, colored, was fined $ 10
in the Police Court this morning for nn
ussault upon his wife, Sarah Williams.
Tho wife testified that ho came homo
drunk last night and cut tho bedclothes
in strips with a razor and then broko the
bedstead Into fragments witli n hatchet.
Afterward he began to bent her and her
cries for help brought In the neighbors.
A Crazy Freak.
A white man named John Graves, who,
cither crazy or drunk, ran a horse down
Pennsylvania avenuo this afternoon and
mtlllitnil ,t,lt nnnliln... Qiiiinnlli ul.nnt
and then with a hcrdlo at tho National
Here he jumped out of tlio convoy-unco
nnd run to 0 street, where ho wns arrested.
Tho buggy was badly damaged.
Tlio Duko of llcdfiird Shot lllmsi-ir.
I.oxdon, Jan. 22. Tho coroner's Jury
has found that tho Duko of Bedford shot
himself through tho heart whllo tempo
rarily insane. There is btlll much mys
tery about tlio suicide.
General Longstrcot Sick.
San Anto.nio, Tex., Jan. 22. General
Jtimes Longstreet is quito ill nt a hotel In
this city. Ho is suffering from a wound
received In tho civil war.
A Ducal Ojieratlo Failure.
'(CM tht Xtw York lltrulil, 10M.
"Dinna of Solnngo," nn operatic indis
cretion In flvo nets nnd six tableaux, by
Urnst II., reigning Duko of Saxe-Cohurg-Gotha,
wns produced at tho Metropolitan
Opera Houso last night, and proved a
Krnstll. was not a giddy boy when, in
1858, ho composed his "Dlnnn." Ho is
now a vencrnblo duko of over 70, though
ho is still nn aspirant to nrtistlo popular
ity. lOverybody went about last night ask
ing everybody clso why a ducal effort,
which had no merit, should havo been
singled out for tho honor of performance
on tho boards of tho Metropolitan Opera
Hut nobody would sny.
There Is absolutely nothing in "Diana
of Solango1' to excuse or explain It ! pro
duction, it is a fecblo Imitation of Meyor
becr, without ono solitary inspiration to
redeem Its dull and desperato monotony.
Somo ono said that F.rnxt II. hud
learned a great deal from Wagner. Ho
conceals his second-hand sciciico most
effectually in tills opera.
It is written in tho good old-fashioned
style. Kachact Is cut up into arias and
duos and trios, connected by recitative
und Interrupted by ballets. Tho melody is
trite, thoorchcstrntloiiwcakbcyontl words.
Tho conclusion of Mr, Blaine's dispatch
must bo highly gratifying to every patrio
tic American, Referring to Lord Salis
bury's offer of arbitration, ho rejocts its
terms, but not tho principle it proposes.
What wo demand is uverytlilng that
1'higland conceded to llussla when tho
Czar enjoyed thosovcrclgntylio transferred
to us. This Lord Salisbury profossei
himself willing to grant. Tno question
at Issue is only ns to tlio naturo mid ex
tent of that concession, und upon this
question Mr. Hlnlno cordially invites tho
offer of arbitration, Xtto York Tribune,
OurtO.OO snlo of suits is still Injirogrcss.
Kiscnum Bros., 7th & K.
THERE IS NO A1TEAL"
WAS WHAT TIIE SPEAKER SAID TO
Tlio I'lght iii tlio Homo Ended by the
Passage of tlio District Appropriation
At the conclusion of tho prayer In tho
Houso lo-dny Mr. lingers of Arkansas
raised tho point that no quorum wns
The Sinker entiled 103 rcenibcrH and
directed tho clerk to read tho Journal.
While tho clerk was reading Mr. Knloo
of Tennessee questioned tho correctness
of tlio Speaker a count.
Tho Si'KKKii. Tho Chair overrules tho
suggestion and tho clerk will proceed.
Mr. Ksuik. Tlirn I niipcal.
Tho SiT.Ki:n. Thcro Is nonppcal what
ever. At this Mr. Springer Jumped to his fco
"Mr. Speaker, I hnvo foiled to count n
"I nm sorry tho gentleman mado n fail
ure. Tho Clerk will proceed to rend tlio
Journal," calmly responded tho Speaker,
and tho Clerk read.
Several corrcsiiondents In tho press gal
lery made n count, hut they wcro only
able to lind 107 members.
Mr. Springer of Illinois I demand tho
reading of tho journal In full.
Tlio journal was approved.
Under tho resolution ndopled by the
Houso yesterday that body this afternoon
ended the long fight over the District bill
by passing It. An amendment was
adopted striking nut tho provision to pay
inoiicgmcr oi wins ?nu ior preparing
papers for tho appointment of guardians
to enable Indigent boys to enlist In tho
Navy. Another amendment, increasing
irom fft.uw to siu.uuu tlio appropriation
for tho condemnation of streets, roads
nnd alleys, was adopted.
Sir. Sayrcs of Texas wanted to get in nn
amendment in regnrd to assessments, but
Mr. McComas, who hadchnrgaof tho bill,
objected. Ilosaid that ho thought thai
beforo long n bill dealing with that sub
ject would bo reported from tho District
An amendment providing that in tho
settling of tho accounts of tlio District
Commissioners not moro than ?:M,000
should bo expended and that a report of
tho matter should bo mado to tlio Senate.
At 1:45 o'clock the llnnl vote on tho
bill was ordered. It resulted nycs, 130;
Tho House then went into Committco of
tho Whole on tho Naval Appropriation
bill, Mr. llurrows In tho chair. Debate on
this hill is to bo limited to four hours.
"Thrco Dozen Ileum Sub Ilosa"
Many have been tholaughablo mistakes
mado by telegraph operators In trans
mitting messages, says tho Hartford
Courant, but it is seldom that ono Is re
corded so amusing in its consequences as
occurred In the summer to a gentleman of
Ho wns spending his vacation nt tho
shore. A danco was to be given ono even
ing, nnd, as Mr. expected his brothor
down from this city to attend tlio festivi
ties, ho bethought himself of tho excellent
plan of sending to him for some (lowers,
which are always acceptiiblo to tho young
ladies on such occasions.
Tho fchemo was no sooner conceived
than it was put into execution. The tele
graph olllcc was sought and tho following
message wns written and directed to Mr.
's brother in Hartford:
"Hring thrco dozen Hon Sileno roses."
With n tranquil mind nnd n happy
heart Mr. nwalted tlio simultaneous
arrival of his brother, the roses, and tho
eventful evening. Hut meanwhile tho
telegraph operator had got In his work
either at one end of tho lino or the other
and so far no ono was (ho wiser.
Mr. 's plans for tho distribution of
the roses wero doubtless well settled, nnd
ho eagerly nwalted his brother's arrival.
At length tho latter liovo In sight; but,
goodness gracious! what was the matter
with him? Ho wns loaded down with
bundles, nnd out of his pockets still peeped
others. In fact, it seemed to bo onlv with
difficulty that ho could get along at all, so,
weighted down was he with mysterious
After partially recovering from his sur
prise Mr. tfemnnded to know what in
tho world his brother wns swearing at.
The latter, us soon as ho had breath
enough, demanded In his turn, in an In
jured tone of voce, to know why ho had
sent for so many. "I brought all I could,"
he added, "and that was two dozen and
"So many what?" returned Mr. .
"What havo you got there, anyway?"
Tlio brother's suspicions began to bo
aroused and ho said nothing, but drew
forth the telegram which ho had re
ceived: "Hring three dozen beers tub rota."
From the Xw York Sun,
As ho entered tho car at Kast Buffalo he
saw at a glanco that tlicro was ono scat
with a young lady In It nnd ho marched
straight down the aisle, deposited his grip
and overcoat, sat down and familiarly
'I entirely forgot to ask your permis
sion." "That's of no consequence," sho replied.
"Thanks. Traveling alone, eh?"
"Almost, but not quite. My husband
is in tho smoker, my father and brother
aro In the seat back of us, and tho two
gentlemen across tho alslo aro my uncles.
The conductor, who Is a cousin of mine,
has just gone forward, but will return
soon, and 1 will introduco you to my aunt
If you will go back n few seats."
"Awl Awl I seel" gasped tlio man, nnd
tho floor of the car became suddenly so
red hot that he picked up Ills baggage nml
his feet and lit out for the next ono ahead.
A "South-1'nw" flromn.
From thi A'tw YoikStar.
Dominie Whito of Williamsburg mar
ries moro couples than any other clergy
man in Brooklyn, nnd so many of the
matrimonial aspirants who seek his
services nro of tho runaway kind that lilt
residence has been christened the Gretna
Green of Brooklyn. The dominio has hail
somo very pccullnr experiences. One of
inem no rcinteii to me.
"A very well-dressed couple," ho said,
"of manifest respectability, accompanied
by witnesses, called ot my houso the other
evening to bo married. They stood up
before me, und when tho proper place, In
tho servico came 1 told them to clasp
hands. The man took hold of tho
woman's right hand witli his left, und I,
of course, told him tn chnngo to tho right.
As soon ns I did so tlio girl spoko out:
" 'Dominie, that's nil right. I ought to
havo told you that John Is left-handed.1
"Of all tho weddings that I havo con
ducted that wns tho first where 1 en
countered n left-handed bridegroom,"
Marlon Craw foul.
Not often Is such high prniso given to a
modern novelist ns is that bestowed by
tlio London .S)w(u(or upon Marlon Craw
ford. "Beautiful," says tho critic, "is, of
course, tlio epithet used by thonchool-glrl
to Indicate n scorco of different kinds of
excellence, or of what sho considers ex
cellence, hut no wonl can ho denuded of
its true tttilitv by fatuous indiscriminate
nets of application, nnd every now and
then ono comes across a hook which,
whatever other charms it may posjesi,
has, above and beyond them all, tlio
charm of beauty pure and simple, which
uffu ts us just In tlio sumo way that wo aro
affected by the bight of it lovely woman or
n fair landscape.
It has grace, it lias pathos, it has tho fas
dilation which belongs to tho lifelike em
bodiment of n winning Ideal, and It has
from first to last a very rare perfection of
artistic manipulation; but it is only whon
wocoinotoanalyjoour Impressions that
wo think of tlieso things separately, So
long us wo do not think, hut simply feel,
we nro conscious only of the effect of
mniiiy prouueeu nytneir itnrmoniouinnn
fS.fiO for trousers that wero $5.
man Hros., Ttli A' K.
ip roun hack ache.1.
Or you aro all worn out, renlly good for noth
ing, It Is Kcnornl debility. Try
., nitOWJCH JltOlf JIITTKUS.
It will cure you, clcanso your liver, and giro
u good appetite.
KlNANCIAIi AND COMHEIlCIAl
Washington Stnclt lInclmnRC.
Reported for The Ciutio by (liirloy A
Slovens, real csfalo nnd local securities,
1335 !' street northwest.
Sales Itcgular call. 12 o'clock m.
Kcklngton it Soldiers' Homo Itallronil. 10
afi8. Columbia 1'iro Insurance, 10 n IBS!
20 n 1C. IT. S. Klcctrio Light, 0 a Ml.
American Ornphophonc, W) a 103: 100 a
lot, CO a 101; 00 n loj; 50 a 101; 30 n 10); 15
a 101; fin lot.
Miscellaneous llonds W. .v. O. It. It.
10-IOtVi, It. 'I)V23,100; Vf.&U. It. It. con
vertlbicO's ,P3-,S,11i; Masonic Hall Ass'n
fi's, C 1R0S, 105; Wash. Market Co., 1st
inert. 0s, 103. Washington Market
Imp. 0s, 112. American Security nnd
Trust, D's, 100: Wash. I.t. Infantry, 1st,
lis. 1001, 05; Wash. I.t. Infantry, 2d, "s,
1001, 05; Wash. Gaslight Co., Scr. A, (Is,
115: Wnsh. Gaslight Co., Scr. 11,(54. 1181.
National Hank Stocks Dank of Wash
ington,! Id; Hank of Itcpunlic, 2G0; Metro
politan, 270; Central, 800: Second, 18);
I'nrmers and Mechanics, 100; Columbia,
118; Capital, 121; West Knd. OS; Traders',
120: Lincoln, 10O; Citizens', 170.
Jiallroad Stocks Wash, und Geo.. 21);
Metropolitan, 110; Capitol and North
O Street, 60; Kck'ton A Sol. Hoins,
07; Georgetown ,fc Teii-nallytown, 10.
Insuraiico Stocks Firemen's, J3:
Franklin. 00; Metropolitan, 60: National
Union. 17; Arlington. 170: Corcoran. IIS;
Columbia, 14: German American, 170;
Potomac, S3; Jtlggs, ; People's, 0i; Lin
coln. Oi; Commercial, I.
Titlo Insurance Slocks Ileal Estato
Title, 125; Columbia Title, 0i.
Gas and Klcctrio Mirht Stocks Wash
ington Gas, 30J; Georgetown Gas, 43;
U. S. Klectric Light; 141.
Telephone Stocks Pennsylvania, 25;
Chesapeoko it I'otomnc, ; American
Miscellaneous Stock Washington Mnr-
Kct. in; nun nun I'auorainii, it; rncu
matte Gun Carriage, ; Intcr-Occan llulld
Safe Deposit nnd Trust Companies
Notional Safe Deposit, 250; Wash. Satu
Deposit, 115; Wash. Loan ,fc Trust Co.,
08; American Security it Trust Co., 02.
Medical literature of this comitry, as
well as that of Knglnnd, France and Ger
many, relates many Instances of tho spon
taneous combustion of tho human body,
tlio victim always being n person addicted
to tho use of spirituous liquors cither as n
beverage or In tlio form of n bnth. About
n year ago wo gave an account of a drunk
ard on tho Pacific coast whoso breath
caught fire while ho was attempting to
light a cigar nt n gas jet, tlio tlamcs tit'
y binning tho I
is ti. of course re
inning tno interior oi tno cucsito
a crisp, oi courso resulting In tlio dentil of
tlio unluckv Individual.
Tho following, taken from tho memoirs
of Blanchlnl, originally appeared in tlio
.ImiimyiVjWn'iind Is concerning tlio re
markable caso of combustion of tlio body
of tho Countess Hnndl of tho city of
Cesenn, Italy: Ono evening tho Countess
felt on unusual drowsiness nnd retired
early, her maid remaining with her until
she had fallen asleep. Next morning
when tho girl called to awaken her mis
tress she found nothing but tho charred
remains of the Countess lying inn heap
In the middle of tho floor; tho uncon
sinned portions, feet, legs, hands and
fingers, still glowing with n clear whito
In thocentrunf tho heap lay tho head,
the brain nnd chin having been consumed,
tho posterior portion of tlio cranium,
with the parts nnovo mentioned, being all
that wns left of tho lady except a small
henn of ashes. Two tallow candles that
had been blown out nnd left on tho table
wcro found to ho melted, tho wicks re
maining, which clearly proved that they
had not been consumed in tho regular
way. Nothing in tho apartment had been
injured in tho least by the remarkable
case of combustion that had taken place
within its walls, but everything furniture-,
tapestry, bedclothes, etc. was lit
erally covered with a peculiar damp, soot
like substance which had even penetrated
the drawers of bureaus und soiled tho
Articles in n dining-room ndjolnlng
wcro also coated witli tho slimy soot, n
'piecoof bread inn cupboard being turned
a jet macK on account oi it. this was
given to attray dog, but wns refused, as if
It liud been poison. Tho Jtcplsler adds
that, while the Countess was not addicted
to the use of strong drink, sho had for
years been accustomed to dally bathe, her
body in camphorated spirits of wine.
For a long and remarkable list of cases of
spontaneous human combustion see tho
"F.ncyclopcdio Mcthodique," tho "Trans
actions of the Itoynl Society of London,"
tho "British Annual ltegistcr for 1803,"
and "Vice d'Azyr's Pathologic Anatomy
The Illun nml tlio Orny
From theA'tw York World.
The dinner of tho New York Confeder
ate Veteran Camp at tho New York Hotel
on Monday evening last was an occasion
to bo remembered. Asldo from Colonel
Marshall, who was tlio chief of General
Lcc's staff, there were a number of men
present who have figured conspicuously
in history- Colonel Marshall now lives
In Baltimore, and he Js, It is said, tho
only surviving member of General Lee's
old staff. By tho sido of General Dan
Sickles nt tho guest tablo sat General 10. P.
Alexander, the chief of Loiigstrcct's ar
tillery. It wns General Alexander who
gave tho signal for tho terrible ennnonndo
at Gettysburg on tho last day of tho light,
and it was upon his direction that Pick
ett's division moved to its famous chnrgo
against tho Federal centre. General
Sickles, in his rcmnrks, playfully Insisted
that it was ono of Alexander's guns that
shot off his leg on the second day nt
Gettysburg, but ho divided his rations of
wino with him just tho same. Bishop
Potter received much consideration from
the "vets," ns did General Oates of Ala
bama, tho man whoso regiment camo
near holding I.ittlo Hound Top and who
lost nn arm in front of lliclimoud in 1801
lighting against Hancock's men.
A ltlnky Proceeding,
'So you lovo Diana Plinyrci Have you
ever given her a hint of it?"
"Well. I tried to break tho Ice tho other
day, but I'm afraid I choso an inopportune
"When was it?"
"When 1 was out skating with her!"
52.00 for trousers that wcro S3.50.
man Hros., 7th A K.
KHOEOEH-WAONEIt.-Ou Jnnuary 23,
1 Mil, by thellev..). G, Ilntler, Jlr. Gcorgo J.
Kroegcr to Miss Marie Anun Wagner, both of
Washington, 1). C.
JIASON.-On Tuesday, January 2d, 18")l,
Frank Mason, beloved husband ot Laura V.
Mason, nged 35 years.
Funeral Friday nt 1 p. in, from Enon llantlst
Church, C street, between Sixth nnd Seientli
streets southeast. Friends are respectfully In
vited. J!cCAFFIlEY.-On January 20, jmi. nt 1M
p. m., Hugh II, llcCarlrey, beloved husband
of Knte E. nnd son ot Terence nnd Ellen Mc
Caffrey, nged 32 ) enrs and 4 months,
Funeral from tits parents' residence, ITI K
street southwest, Friday, nt tl a.m., from thence
to St. Dominic's Church, where requiem unss
will be celebrated.
llAlllllTT,-On January 21, iff) l, at fwr) n.
in., Harriet Itubbltt, wife ot William Itabbltt,
departed this llto lu tho nili year of her n;jc,
lifter n long and painful Illness,
Funeral will takoplare from the rcstdenco of
her son, Samuel P. Itnbblt, IU2.V Twenty-llttli
street northwest; from tlicro to St. Stephen's
Church, where requiem high mass will he s.ill
nt M3H n. m, on Friday, Junuary 2-1. Friends
nnd relatives Invited to attend,
Hl'HKE. Departed this llto on January 21,
INd, nt N u, m., utter a long nnd painful Illness,
Mrs. Mary Hurke, nged Nl.
CAMl'HHI.L.-Oii Tuesday, January 21. tail,
nt I p. in., Knto, beloved wife ot John Cimp
bell, liud daughter ot tho Into Daniel Clancy ,
UOAN. "Fell nslcep in Jesu," ut Sablin,
Cllutnn County, Olilo, January 20, ntil o'clock
ii.in., ltcv. Timothy Doan (father ot Mrs. S, 1),
Lu Fetrn, this clt)), nged 77) ems,
LEFTKIDOE.-Dcpurtcd this llfo on Mon
nay, January in, lMlf, nt KIM a, m nftcr n brief
Illness, Christopher Lcttrldge, the, belove 1
husband ot the lute Caroline I'. Leftrldse, mid
tlio father of Mary S. llacon and Samuel and
It, P. Lcftrldge, In tho S5lh year ot his ago,
JIOTEN, Departel this llfo on Tiles liy,
January 20, U'Jl, lu berHth year, Mrs, Miirlli.t
ODDIE.-On January If, nt Eist Orange, N.
J ot diphtheria, In the luth year ot her n-e,
Elhel, loungest child nt Henry M. and Ellen
G, Oddio nnd grandchild ot the late Jonathan
Front, formerly of this place,
BEAVEKS, At Thoroughfare, Vn., nn Jan
nary 20, 1KU, at V p. m,, George A. Stivers,
ted B years,
jggjT-CAMl'El.l, CAUKINGTON," "
(03 1) ttroct nnrlliwt'tt,
Washington, D, O.
Wehftcr Law llnllillng.
llcsldcnce, 1701 (1 street northwest.
KSf-l'dir 8AU!COItNKI-OV HPIlticK
s' r trcel nnil Harewood avenue, I.o Droit
Fire New Two-Mnry nnd Attic llrlrk Dwell
ings, Willi Porches, nil Modern Im
provements on Spruce street.
Six Hotifee, Two Btorlef, Attics nnd Cellars
Finished with Paper All .Mortem tin.
provements, on llnrcwood nvenue.
Alto corner House, corner ot tqiruco nuJ llnrc
For l'tlco nnd Terms Apply to
WILLIAM J. LEWIS,
Owner nnd Ilullder,
jggpj. WILLIAM LEE
(Succesror to Henry Leo's SONS),
SM PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W
lirnnclt OOlcc, Iti3 Mnrylnnd nvc. s, w.
FULL COMMISSION TO
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
For Prices nnd Term
EMMONS & KINO,
Uulldere nnd Owners,
'WHY NOT HAVE YOUIt ftllMTS
mnrte bv ono of tlio most culenriitcd
cutters In America I Prices snmo ns thoo
thlrd-rntc cutlets chnrgo. 1. T. HALL, WW P
s t reet n w.
KJSf-rEET IIELIRVED. DH. WHITE,
141(1 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Wlllird's
lintel. 'J'lionfinrts from fur nnd near visit Dr.
White's establishment for relict from nnd nvol l
unco ot corns, bunions, diseased mils nnd nil
other foot troubles. Hours, 8 n. in. toll p, m.
Hiuidnjs.tllolJ.i Ofllcoteo Jl per visit for put
ting the feet tn good order. Established lsl.
-AKNIVOItA MtlLTHNtl FOU THE NA
V; tlonnl Zoologlcnl l'nrk, Smithsonian In
stitution, onico ot the Secrctnry, Wellington.
D. U January 1", 1MU. Senlrd proposals will
be received nt this ofllco until 1') in. mi JANU
ARY 9!i, 1M11, for furnishing nddltlonnl mate
rials nnd Inhor for the completion of the c-ir-nlrorn
house nt tho Nntlonnl Xooloxlcd Park,
In nccoritnnro with drawings nnd spccUlcitlons,
to bo seen nt this outre on nnd ntter THURS
DAY, JANUAHY 2i, 1KII. '1 he rlclit to reject
nny or nil bids or to wnlve defects. It It be
ilccmcd In the Interest of the (lovcrnmcnt to
do so, Is reserved. Proposals to bo Indorsed
"Proposals for Cnrnlvora lliilldlng. Zoological
Pnrk," nnd nddressed to S. P. LANOLEY, Sec
retnry.Snilthtonlnii Institution. J.vJMl
TTNITED STATES HOTEL,
U ATLANTIC CITY, N. J
Will open FE1IIIUAHY 14 nnd continue tn
OCTOIfEH 1, 1MII. New management; elegant
In nil Its Appointments; flisj rooms, largo nnd
spacious; sun pnrlors, stenm heat In every
rooin;clerntors,c!cctrlcuells, etc.; unobstructed
view nnd only one block from the oeenn; Anest
location on the Island. NEAL & HAMILTON,
ANTED-WOMAN AS CHAMIIEIIMAID
YV nnd to look nftcr child; must bring ret-
Apply l 11 lllycr pi ace.
-TirANTED-A OIHL TO DO OENEItAL
TV housework; must havo good icfcrcnce;
none other need apply. Cull nt 707 1 st. n. w.
WANTED-A COLOIIED WOMAN I'OIt
wnltress nnd chnmbcrmnld; coot refer
ences required. Apply after 3 o'clock nt tSII
(I st. n. w.
WAXTED-A CPOK; WHITE (Tilth PUG
ferrcd; no washing or Ironing. Cull nt
liiltl H st. n. w.
WANTED-A WOMANTO DO WASIIINO,
ironing nnd general housework; prlvato
.family. Apply nt once, lUSO 1) st. n. w,
WANTED COLOIIED OIItL FOIt (TEN
ernl housework; to stay nights, uicilfth
st. n; w.
WANTED A GENTEEL YOUNG COL'I)
mnn wants a nlnco ns coachman, portor
or bcllmnn; will drive nnd work around tho
house: first-class reference. Cnll or nddross
2llltU8t. n. w. Cars pass the door. DAVID
work lu family ot three; must bo well
recommended nnd willing to work, Cnll nt
lC.'.HI.Mr.fs. nvc. n, w., ntu tolttji) a. in., or 0 to
C:3U p. m.
WANTED A SETTLED WHITE WOMAN
for light housework; must como well rcc
oinmended. Apply nt -id1.! 1st st. u. w.
WANTED-A WHITE GIIIL FOIt CHAM
berwork nnd general housework for a
small family; no children; a suitable person
will have a good homo. Inquire nttW-llith n. w.
1 T7ANTED-ACT1VK COLOIIED WOMAN
VV who ran cook, wash nnd Iron; stny nt
night nnd bring, references. Apply at 1203 It
st. n. w.
WANTED-GIItL TO COOK. WASH AND
Iron tor small fnuilly; must bring refer
encts. Apply nt 15SU Uth st. n. w.
WANTED-OOOD GIItLFOIt QENEHAL
housework; with reference; stay nt night.
Cnll nt basement door, 1320 F st. n. w.
ANTED-ACT1VE WHITE HOY TO
ork In bakery; not under 10 years. Ap-
oin st. s. c.
WANTED-GOOD OYSTEK COOK,
ply alia l'a. nvc. n. w.
tUTANTED-A GIIIL FOIt
VV housework; no wnshtng or Ironing,
at H 5th t. n. w.
WANTED-A STIIONG, HEALTHY COL
ured girl for general housework; must
bring reference. S10i:itlist, n, w.
T7-ANTED-HlliailTi ACTIVE COLOIIED
VV womnii, who enn cook, wnsh. Iron, stny
st. n. w.
and bring references. No. 1202 It
WANTED-A MIDDLE-AGED COLOIIED
woman ns nurse mid general bouse wo
man; one to remain nt nights; rets, required.
Call at 31 SUN st Georgetown.
WANTED-A OOOD-COOK, WASIIEH
nnd lroncr for a family ot 3; must bring
reference.- Apply 43,1 K st. n, w.
YTyANTED-LADY MODELS TO POSE
VV occasionally for portrait painter; fifty
LJI ,''.ll... ,'l.ll.,lt. 111,1
Apply beforo I) o clock
reins nn uour pay.
1310 Jtnss. nve. n. w.
WANTED-A mill. FOU GENEIIAL
housework; must stny nights; references.
1224 N st. u. w.
"1T7ANTED-A CHAMIIEIIMAID, WHO IS
V T to assist in wnsning und ironing
730 6th st. n. w.
WHITE NUItSE TO
irce of a babv 1 venr
VV take complete cliarj
Apply 14l T st. Immediately.
WANTED IMMEDIATEI.Y---7 WAIST,
hands nnd four apprentices nt UP) lilt It
st. n. w.
D11UG CI.EHK; ALSO A
Apply corner lull and U sts,
A HESPECTAHLE OIItL FOU
iklnt- nml general bousework.
VV plnln cooking and
ApplyKW fth st, n. w.
WANTHD-SALESMANTO HANDLE A
specialty In city nnd vicinity; preference
given to (I. A, 11. mnn. Knom PI, 142 I-' st, n,w.
VAT-ANTEU-A GOOD, HONEST WHITE
girl to tend store und do general house
work. Apply 112slDlhrt.il. w,
MNTED-COMPETENT, CLEAN OIHL
(white) for general hoiisow ork; no wash
ing; smnll fumlly; referciico, 1732 Mil st, n. w,
WANTED-A GIIIL FOU GENEIIAL
housework; young girl from country pre
ferred; must stay nights, Apply TIT Uth n, w.
"iVrANTKD-llV A YOUNG WHITE GIIIL,
asltuntlou ns chambermaid In prlvato
tnmlly. Cnll.1151 21st st., bet. M and sts. n. w.
WANTED-HY A ItESPECTAIII.D COL'D
girl, n situation la n private family ns
rhiimbermald: can furnish good references.
ANTED-I1Y WOMAN, A SITUATION
ns flrst'Class cook In a urlvuto tiimllv.
Apply tovo Jaikson st, n, e.
WANTED-HY AN INDUSTRIOUS COL'D
j outh, n situntlon as porter or ns driver
nnd to tuko cure ot horses In prlvato family.
Call or nddrcss DANIEL WElhTEI!,21)lng
VrANTi:D--srrUAT10N AS A HUTLHIt
V by a thoroughly experienced young nnn;
New York nnd English experiences. Address
HUTLE1I, 1210 N. H. nve.
WANTED-SEWINd AT HOME Oil IN
families; car. cut and Ot. Address or call
TOTCthst. n. w.
"irANTED- NUTATION TO DO CHAM
V leniork nnd plnln sewing. Apply nt
inn 8 it. mw.
VirANTEl) - - IIY AN EXPEIUENOEII
V young womnn nplnrn ns chiniborinnld;
good wnges expected, Address MAItY, this
irANTKD-HYA 1IUHIIIT YOUNG COL
y ored mnii, sittintlon ns conclun.in nr
driver for n doctor or to ninkc himself useful
about the house; good reference. Apply UiJL
it. n. w.
YirANTEtl-llY HKSPiX'TAMLH COL'll
TV toy, plaro III prlrnte family ns bell boy
or go Ith doctor; niro 1 1 years, of good tamllr
Immediately, 1'JIH 1)
si. n, w
WANTED-HY A YOUNG COL'Ii MAN. A
sllnntlon ns wnlter or to do nny kind ot
housework, (,'all 11,11 Sumner Court, bet. 15th
nnd ll'.tli, 1, nnd M sts. n. w.
irANTED-A ItEOISTEUEl) NUItSE HE
VV sires employment to tnko enre ot Invalids
nnd also entire chnrgo ot Infants; references
furnished. Address Mrs. A. L. P., this nfllcc,
WANTED-HY A ltESPEOTAIILE COL'!)
lad, n Drst-clnss place ns waiter In prlvntn
finally nr errand boy In store; rnnglvo );ood
reference. Coll nt lixntllst st. n. w.
VirANTilD-llYA 1'tltST-CLASS Coi.'D
y woman, family or gentleman's wnshlmt
nml Ironing; rnn clvo good sntlstnctlun. Ad
VirANTED-IIY A COMPETENT COLT)
Yy man, n flliintlon as coachman nnd to
ninkc himself useful nhnut tho house; good
references. Apply 1110 lHUt.jijw.
WANTED-HY A HESPECTAHLE, ENEIt
getlc boy, n ptnre ns driver to do house
work; enn glvo best city references. Apply
A YOUNG -MAN. D1SEN-
V V gaged nf Icr 11 o'clock p. m.,
o clock p. m., wishes work
nnv kinil or n clerical nature. Address
CLE1IK, Critic ofllcc.
WANTKD-HY YOUNG (1EU.MAN (1IHL,
n situation In n small prlvnte family to do
general bousework. 1SHI 20th sf. n, va
"WANTED-a" SITUATION IIY A ItK-
V spectnhlo white girl ns chambermaid
nnd waitress or nurse. Address (liu II st. n, w,
'o cards answered.
Tr-ANTED-nY A ltESPEOTAIILE COL'II
YV clrl a situation In a private family
to rook, wash nml Iron; must go homo at
nights; good rets. Apply 1(110 f Ith st, n. w.
WANTED-I1Y "a COLOIIEir WOMAN
who Is experienced In dressmaking, situ
tlon ns senmstress by tho month or week; good
reference. Cnll or nddrcss 015 St st. ne.
WANTED-YOUNO MAN 31 YEAIW OK
nge desires position ot nny kind. II.
ETTElt, TW N J. ni e. n. w.
WANTED YOUNG MAN OF GOOD EDU
cntlon desires position connected with
the press; cxperleneo rntlior than salary tho
object. Address COHHESPONDENT, this
WANTED-HY A YOUNG COLOIIED
girl, situation as nurse: can give refer
ences. lWUt sun.vv.
WANTED-LADYWISIIES A POSITION
ns organist or will glvo lessons; terms
reasonable. Address 2UH Mb st. s. c.
WANTED-HY YOUNG JIANOFBTEADY
habits, qntck nnd accurate nt figures, n
position ns nsslstnnt bookkeeper or other otllco
work. Address Box ay.1. City Potofllce.
WANTED-HY A SETTLED WOMAN, A
plnce ns general bonscworkcr Inn small
frlvntc tamllj; good references. Address 710
st. n. w.
WANTED-HY A 11ESPECTA1ILH COL'I)
clrl, situation In n prlvato family ns
chanibcrinnld; good wages expected.
Ol'J it si. p. w
IITANTED-SITUATION AS llUTLEIt IIY
V n Germnn thoroughly competent In every
respect; best ot references given, .15 L st. n. w.
-taJANTED-HY A YOUNG LADY, TYPE
V writing orcopylugat home. Address O,
y. p.. tins onicc.
WANT ED-SITUATION IIY ltESPECT
able colored mnn ns driver or to wait on
gentleman; can furnish good references. Ad
dress M. S., 1117 Uth st. n. w.
WANTED-HY A NEAT, IIELI A1II.E COL
ored girl, situation ns nurse. Cnll or nil
ilress 1701 Hlggs st.
WANTED-8 YOUNO .MEN WISH POSI
tlons; ono to work ns student; other all
day. Cnll IB5 U St. n. w.
WANTED-HY A GOOD PENMAN, A 1'0
sltlon ns bookkeeper or shoo salesman.
D. E. 1IALDWIN, 7H Dctrces St.
WANTED-HY A HEIGHT HOY.SITUA
tlon In grocery or provfslon store: George
town preferred. Address II. U. F.M..1U1UF
st. n. w.
TATANTED-HY A 15-YEAH-OLD COL'I)
VY hoy. n situation of any kind. JOHNNY
STEWAltT. mil) 10th st. n. w.
WANTED-HY AN EXPEIHENCED ELK
vator boy (white) of IT years, n position
to run elevator for hotel or oftlce building; can
furnish reference. Address or apply, C. 0. D.,
141811th st. n. w.
WANTED-HY A WELL EDUCATED
ninth, IT jenrs old, position In real estate
or patent nttorney's ofllco to lenrn tho business;
references furnished. Address 1IOWAHD
WILSON, 312 Mass. avo. n. w.
WANTED-HY A YOUNG COLOIIED
man, n place In n private family or ns
driver. Address bV2 2d St. . w.
W ANTED-HYA HESPECTAHLE COL'D
woman, n situation In a prlvato tnmlly ns
cook or chnmbermald. Apply llll lCth st. n. w.
I1TANTED-HY A HESPECTAULE
Tr ored girl.
n nlace as chambermaid and
senmstress; understands sewing; willing nnd
obliging; best of references. Address i. E. C,
1220 N st. n. w.
VV vnnt girl; city reference furnished
ntiaiitnst. n. w.
WANTED-HY A COLOIIED OIHL, A
place ns general bonscworkcr. Call 1(137
11th st. n. w.
ITTANTED-INSTHUOTOI! IN ENGLISH
YV 'rora 7 to 8 p. lu. at 5US 13th St. n. w. E.
11UY. ON EASY PAY-
VV ments. n good tvnewi
good typewriter; Herniation
preferred. Address II, M. 0 this ofllco
I'OIt SAl.K AND H11NT.
I" EAL ESTATE UULI.ET1N.
THOMAS E. WAGOAMAN, (117 F street.
Changes inndo Wednesdays and Saturdays,
1H1IEESTOHY HltlCK AND FHAME
HOUSES FOE SALE.
1013 10th st, lih.ni 1, 10 rs 15,000
272UMst, hll, 14 rs 10,1100
11S8 1Mb st, t Ii, I) rs and 4 houses rear... 10,0 )
11281th st, bh, 11 rs 8,000
1421 Iloiindnry, th.iii 1,8 rs 7,100
llliiTst, bh,7r il.OJO
NCUhst. bh, ml, 8 rs 1,750
221L22l3 7th st, b Ii, water, (I rs 4,510
1,255 K st, b h, 10 rs :i,rK)
11C22lithst, hh.Srs 1,500
Alley bet 21st and 22d, M and N sts, b h,
TWO-STOHY HltlCK AND FHAME HOUSES
2211 to 2213 10th st, li h, 4 nml 0 is 1 23,0 M
1717 Pa nve, fh, llrs 21,0)1
1 to Hi O'tlrlen's Court, h Ii, I rs 20,010
(101 lo lilt N II nve nnd I houses on Put., ll.niil
173.1 to 1713 Est, Or 0,0 M
12321 Ft, f h,5 rs 8,0V)
ltt.0 O st, b ll, 8 rs 7,0 Kl
1 to (', alley bet. M nnd N, 12th and 13th, 11,000
nail to UMX 23d st, f h,4 rs I'l.imo
4?3 tu411 Prnthcr's nllcy, b h, Irs (1,000
UNIMPHOVEI) PKOPEUTY FOIt SALE.
lCth st, bet T nnd U $100
Ost, bit 15th nnd ll'dh 2 73
10th st bet M nnd N sts 1 75
-.Mill st i,ct I.nndM sts 1 50
Florida n e bet NOnp undo sts 1 Ml
ll'th st bet E nnd F 1 25
Dumbarton nve nnd lleullst bet 30th nnd
31st sts 125
mtlist lit N undo 1 45
() st bet 1st nml 3d sts 1 00
1) and C, SOth and 21st sts 50
HOUSES FOIt HENT.
1.100 w st s w, 12 r taw
2V.ii.Mstn w, ll rs 25 oo
1121 N J nvan w, 8r 25 00
12ll31ttstn w, 0 rs 20 IK)
I2i7 3lststn w, rs sum
12tiCdstp, 7rs 18 30
lt-.'Bi Hli st ii w (noss April 1), 3 rs 18 Oil
423 Delnvo s w.ftrs.,.., 12 3d
Hear 1323-25'.17-2'.I-33 4X st s w, 4 r 0 ()
2d nnd 3d floors 437 Wushlngtou st ll w. I) Itt
jicur ait ko si h w, q rs , uiu
STOKES, OFFICES, ETC.
Str nnd dwg lllOliitli st n w, 11 rs $73 00
str nnd dwg 2112 M st it w, 12 rs 73 00
Str nnd ilw g 15111 7th st n w, 0 r 75 ()
Hnll 2d lloor 410 Villi st ll w 50 10
Str und dwg 008 7th sts w, llrs 40 00
Str mid dwg 500 It st n w, 0 rs IK)
41-8 l.n nv e, 1st floor, 2 front rs 3d 00
408 La arc, Ith floor, 3 rs oo
storeroom mi K st n o 8 00
hlipp rear lU'.-O O st n w SIM
In sums tn suit nt 0 per rent,
HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. 4
Safe ns U.S. bonds, six per cent,, p.-iyublo
quarterly. In sums ot 1,UI0, Small promlum
Tho above Is only n portion of the property
on my books. For full list call at otllco tor
bulletin Issued ou the 1st nnd 13th.
T. E. WAQOAMAN.
1'Ott HUNT 1IOOMS.
'IJOIfilKNT ITIINIHIIED KltONTUOOM:
I1 good sire, with large clo-cl.nn SI floor.
il-DHIt sts outlook on I Ith St.; IJ. lnrltiilltiL
pos. Also hnll room ndjolnlng tor f fl; to ge.i
-K10I! PENT- NICELY I't'ltXISHEI) SEC
I' nnd'tloor room, with elegant folding tit I.
'rVSItthst. n. w.
IJlOll JIEN'T-tdU 9ITH ST. NEAHK, ,'MrN
I1 furnished moms, suitable for light lioise-
kceplng; new house; furnace heat; gas, hath,
Mc. Ileferences required.
liwit IIENT-KOOMS, APPLY lillTNt SP.
.1! Ii. w.
FOIMlENT- HOOjitri, WiTH flit WITHOUT
board, tn prlrntn family; IVIS II st. ". w.i
one minute (rum Iltlist.; licit airs every few
J poll KENT- rilONTl'Altl.Olt.UTTI! I1II0
' room connecting; furnished or unfur
nished; open grate fire; board If desired. 1711
I1 rooms, sd floor; elegantly furnished, bath,
Ar.l also tun .Id-story rooms, front nnd reir,
iilidy furnished; iiienls If desired. SKI Iltlist.
7pol77nTSI10 PA. AVIL N. W.. IN IMlT
.1' vine family, tno romniunlcntlng rooms;
7?OIt KENT-ONE ITIINISIIEI) ItOOM
I1 r.ndtuo unfiirulshul; second Moor; suita
ble for light housekeeping. Apply ill IT II st.
I.TOIt HENT-TlfltEB UNl'UftNISHHIl
I; tomnuiiilcatlngrooins; snuthcrncxposiire;
liny window; electric mm puss tho door; price,
1111, Including gns and lien!: nil modern Im
prov emails, A pply tn OWNHIt, '' X st, Ii. w.
EOU IIENT-3 I.OWEIt KI.OOIH, :i IIOO.MS
nnd kitchen tor part of same) of houso HI."
N. Cnp. st.; nlnnod. Imps. Impilro on prem
ises. T.-'OIl llENT-ni'NKl'IINISlIKI) ItOOMS ON
J' M floor; heat and bnth; rent, $17; nlrnnne
nicely furnished room; 1st lloor. Mi :M u. w.
I.VItl II st next to Shnrchnm.
ITVlIt IlENT-ltOOMS, WITH FIltST-CLASS
J! board, nt 741 1'Jtli st. n, w.
I 71011 HENT-n ItOOMS. lto:"l L ST. N.W.I
J with or without hoard
T7H1II HHNT-lSHi N ST. N wT-PLKA'UNT
rooms with board, with New England turn.
TjWtt IIENT-IIELIGIITFIIL IIOO.MS ON
' :d nnd ,'M floors; furnished or unfiirnlslu' 1;
modern conveniences; prlvnte family. Pint It
st. n. w.
IJVlIt HENT 1110 (I ST. N. W.-HAND-'
comely furnished rooms, single or en suite,
with or without board.
1'6lTlfKNT-M7 lSTll AND 1,101 II ST. N,
' w. Handsomely furnished rooms, single
nnd en suite; open fire.
1701! HENT SHitl H ST. N.W. nt'OMMU
I; nlcntlng rooms, sultnblo for light house
keeping; tonenlcntlo hcrdlcs nnd curs.
JTIOK HENT 11.TI 12TII ST. N. W. L.MtOE,
'nicely furnished 2d story front room In a
1701! IIENT-1SHI 8TII ST. N. W.-1 NICELY
' furnished room, with hc.it, gns. and lntli;fl5
TTtOIl HENT-SEVEIIAL CO.MFOUTAHLY
! furnished rooms, with board, heat, gis nnd
bnth; also tiso nf parlor and piano; home com
forts. 105 G st. n. w.
Iptllt KENT 1'LKAHANT SI) FLOOII. MAY
; window; gns, bent nnd bath on sniue floor;
near cars, market nnd cnterer; housekeeping
allowed. 121)2 0 st. n. w.
I'flOH 1IENT--HAND.-OMHLY PuilNISIIEI)
'room on 2d fluor, with dressing nnd largo
closet. Ill I. M st. n. w.
-m)H KENT 3 IIOO.MS AND
.1' story; southern nnd eastern exposure.
lily ItUI Mh st. ii. w.
7101! HENT -11.1 fill ST. N. W.-FUK-
lshcd largo 2d story front room, with
nl for 5; references.
1.101! IIENT-2 VEIIYDESIHAllLi: llOOMs",
L with board, on 2d und 'M floors; sultnblo tor
v. iwi l st. n. w.
FOK KENT To"ADUbTSl I.A1IGE AND
1 small room, untiirnl-hed, 2d lloor; nice
locntlon; nenr enrs nnd Pension Ofllcc. Apply
128 F st. n. w.
17101! IIENT-I.AKGE. NICELY FUItNISHT)
J; room on .id floor; would suit gcnllemnu or
2; rent, $5. 121T7thst.n. w.
Oil DENT-HANDSOME SUITE OF
rooms nt 111(1 G st. n. w.. with or without
onrd; near cars ami Departments.
room near Capitol. ll'.ICst. n.e. Ileter
TTIOII KENT til N. Y. AVE. N'.W.-FUU.
1 nlshed or unfurnished rooms; also a storo
in tho fame building.
13211 M st. n. w., 15 rs
1413 Mass. nvc, 17 rs. andstnble
1327 M st. n. w 15 rs
1325 M st. n. w- ISrs
122HM st. n. w 13 rs
14th st. ex., 15 rs
1417 Mnss, nvc. ii. w., 18 rs
ISOSlIft. n. w 14 rs,...,
1111 1 21st st. n. w llrs
IfilHConn. nve., If rs
1312 Conn, nve., HI rs
IKK) 14th st. n. w., U rs., str, nnd dug
17IB P st. n. w., 11 rs
1333 (1 st., II rs
nun o st. n. w 12 r
MI2 E st. n. w 13 rs
1142 N. V. nve. n. w, Urs
1402 Chnpln St., 11 r
1114 14th it. n. w., 3 rs., flat
1UIU II st. n. w- S r
It II It t-t. n. wUrs
t7 2dst. u. w Trs
Iti0!i7th st. n. v str. nnd dwg
17(0 p st. ii. w str. and wnrcrouins.
I5302!ith st. n. w 7rs
1524 211th si, n. w brs
1,21 M st. n. w.,5 rs
2101 7th st, n. w 2rs. nnd str
211)3 7th St.. 2 rs. nnd str
ti3ti I'omcroy st., 5rs
C2l) romernv st.. 5 rs
, an 00
, rnn no
, 150 no
. 123 00
, 1U 01)
, 115 no
. too no
, !!1 5T
, h7 50
, M 33
. S3 XI
. 73 01)
. 75 ()
, 75 no
. II', 00
. in oo
. 50 (K)
. ft 00
. 45 01
, 40 00
. 31 (10
, m no
, 35 no
. 35 00
. 25 00
. 211 Ik)
The above houses can bo examined by per
mit from our ofllco only.
THOMAS J. FISH EH A CO.,
1321 F st n. w.
I'OIt ltENT MISCELLANEOUS.
1"?OH IIENT-2 lUHlNEis!fOOMS; HF.ST
! locution In tlio city. USD F st. u. w.; upply
IJlOlt SALE-CHEAP STOCK
.1' tnrcs of bakery, confectionery,
and notions store; rent moderate,
mediately, 721 Md. nvc. u, e.
ITIOII SALE OH EXCHANGE FOU GEN I'LK-
1.' mans ruung or ilrlvln
oultlt- 2 siibiirh.ui
Address I1ENHY. thlsnillcs.
M'" ADAM WILSON? Till: CELEHIIATED
nnd well-known specialist In nil femilo
i-oinplulnts, 401 C street n. w. Hours from 11
n, in, tn 8 p, m. daily. Fur ladles only.
XTOW IS THE TIME. WE WILL PAY
XN "big money" for gents' flrst-class second-hand
clothing. Address or call at
JUSTH'S OLD STAND, liltl 1) st. n. w.
ooMMissioNKii or i)i;i;iis.
- S.HUNDY.COM'lt OF DEEDS FOIt ALL
Jt States and Territories, 458 La, avc, o;ip.
MONI'.Y TO LOAN.
TIT ONLY TOLOAN ON itEAL E-STAPE OU
LvJL flrst-class securities nt lowest rates of
Interest, No delay where security Is good.
O. o. (J HE EN,
3037th st n w.
1V1, IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE SF.CUUITY,
AT 5 AND 0 PEII CENT.
M. M. PAHKEH,
llltt F stj
TVTONEY TO LOAN
, In Sums to Suit.
On Approved Heal Elato Security.
U, II, WAHNEI! A; CO.,
(11(1 F si n w.
DnllTC OHIO RAILWAY.
I1UU I L,
Schediilo tn cfTcct January I, tSIU.
Trains lenve Union Depot, Sixth nnd II
slreets, 10.57 n, in. for Newport News, Oil
Point Comfort nnd Norfolk dally. Arrive nt
Old Point nt H.ao p. m. nml Norfolk at 11,55 p. lu.
8.30 a, in. -Clnclnnntl Exjiress dally for si 4
tlons in Virginia. West Virginia, Kentucky
mid Cincinnati, Vestlbulo Sleepers thro.lgll
without change to Cincinnati, urrlviug nt
11.25 p. Ill,
11.10 p, in, V. F. V. Vestlbulo Llinlto 1. dally.
Solid trains, wllh dining cars, run thro.igli
without change tn Cincinnati, Vestibule
Sleeper for Lexington nnd Louisville. Pull
mau Cars are open to receive passengers all)
Ofllce, MS Pennsylvania nvenue.
U. W. FULI.EH, Ocu. Pass. Agent.
KIl'ILMONi) AND DANVILLE flAll.ttOAD
to. HIIEDLLE IN EFFECT JANt
AhY, 4, IKII.
t, Trains knir.nnd arrive nt Washington, from
I'dinsylvnnla I'nsscngcr Stntlon, corner sixth
nnd II streets northwest.
s.U) n. in, East Tennessee mall, dally for
stations between Alcxnndrln nnd
Lvnihbnrg, Knanoke, llrlstol, Knoxvlllc,
timltanoogn and Memphis.
11:21 n. m.- Fast mall dally for Cnlpeper,
Charlollevllle. stations Chesapeake nnd Ohio
loute. Lynchburg, Ilncky Mount, Dinvlllo and
sinllnr.s betwren Lynchburg ahd Danville,
Orceiistiorn't Italclch. Charlotte, Columbln,
Aiigustn, Atlanta. Illruilnghsm. Montgomery,
New Orleans, Texas nnd Cnlltnrnln, Pullman
Mccncr New York to Atlanta. Pullman
Sleeper Atlanta to New Orleans, and l'nllmaii
stctjier Danrllln via Columbia nnd Angasiit
In Mncon, (In. I Pullmnn Sleeper Wnshirgton
to Clin Inuall, via Chcsapcnko and Ohio. Solid
Irslns Wnshlngion tn Atlanta.
!!:: p. in. Dully, except Sunday, for Mnn-i
sas, strasburg. and Intormedlate stations.
4:35. p m.- Huns dally In Lynchburg. I'.lll
man Sleeper, Washington to Memphis, via
Lynchburg nnd llrlstol,
11:10 p, in.- Western express dallv for Manas,
sas, t'hnrlottrstllle, Louisville, nnd Cincinnati.
Solid Pullman Vistlluile trains, Washington to
Cincinnati, with Pullman Sleepers Washing,
ton tn Louisville.
11:20 p.m. - Southern express dally fur Lynch
burg, linnv Hie, llnlclgh, Ashevllle, Charlotte,
Columbia, Angusta.Atlnntn. Montgomery, New
Orleans, Icxns.nndCnllfornU. Pullman Vestl.
Inle Sleeper Washington to New Orleans, via
Atlanta mid Montgomery. Pullman Sleeper
New York nnd Wnshlngion to Ashevllle nnd
lint Springs, N. C, via Salisbury, also Wash
ington lo Augusta, vln Danville nnd Charlotte.
Trains on Washington nnd Ohio division
Icnvo n.OO n. m. daily, i,:25 p.m. dally, nnd 4:15
p. m.dnlly cxrept Siindnv; returning nrrlvo it
Wnshlngion tt.'iu u, m 8:)5 p. m. dally nnd 7:0.1
a, in. dally except Sunday,
'fhtniigh trains from the South vln Char
lotte, Dnnvllle nnd Lynchburg arrive In Wnsli
Ington n:.n a, in., 10:25 n, in. nnd":Mlp. m.; via
East Tennessee. llrlstol nnd l.ynchhurg stlktr,
p.m.: vln Chcsapcnko nnd Ohio route mid
Clinrlnltsvllle nl 2:IM p. m nnd 7:M) p. m,
Strasburg locnt nt 10:47 u. m,
Tickets, sleetdne-cnr reservation and Infor
mation furnished nnd baggage cheeked nt
ofllte, 13(0 l'a. nve., and nl pnssenger station
Pennsylvania Itallroad, lith nnd II sts.
Jsnl-Pl-tf General I'nsscngcr Agent.
rpllE OIIEAT PENNSYLVANIA HOUTE
J. to the North, West nnd Southwest.
Double Track. Splendid Scenery.
Steel Halls. Magnificent Equipment.
In Eitkct JANCAnv l'. trol.
Trains leave Washington from station cor
ner ot Sixth nnd II streets, as follows:
Von I'lTTsnt'lui nnd the West, Chicago Lim
ited Express nf Ptillinnn Vestibule Cars nt
lOMln. in. dally; Fast l.lnc, 10..7) a.m. dally
to Chicago, Columbus nnd St. Louis, with
Pallor Car llnrrlsburg lo Pittsburg, nnd
Sleeping Cnr from Pittsburg to Indianapo
lis, I ltlsburg to Columbus; Altnnna to Chi
rngo. St. Louis, Chicago nnd Cincinnati
Express, 3.30 p m. daily. Pnrlor Cnr Wash
ington tn llarrlsburg and sleeping Cars llnr
rlsburg tn St. bonis, Chicago nnd Clncln
nUI, nnd Dining Cnr llarrlsburg to St.
Loul, Chicago nnd Clnclnnntl. Western Ev
pnss nt 7.10 p. m. dally, with Sleeping Curs
Washington to Chicago nnd St. Louis, con
l.rttlng dally nl llarrlsburg with through
sleepers for Louisville nnd .Memphis. I'ull
liir,ii Dining Cnr Pittsburg to Itlchmond nnd
Chicago. Pnclrlc Express, 10 HO p. nl. dally
for Pittsburg and Ihc West, with through
Sleeper In Pittsburg nnd Pittsburg toClil
"go. HAL'lLV.OItE AND POTOMAC HAII.ItOAO
Fun Hani:, Cunnndalgiin, Hochesler nnd Nln-j
srn Fulls dally, except Sunday, 8.10 a. in.
For. Enn:, Cnnniidnlgua and Itochcster dilly;
for HuffHlo nnd Niagara dallv, except Situr
dny, 10.1(1 p. in., with Sleeping cnr Washing
ton lo Itochcster.
Foil Wn.MAXsroiiT. Itochcster nn.I Nln.-ira
Falls, 7.10 p. m. dally, except Salnrday, with
Sleeping Cnr Washington to Itochcster.
Fon Wili.iamsi'oiit, llcnovo nnd Elmlra at
Kijli ii. in. dally, rxrent Sunday.
Fun Wii.liamsi'oiit dolly. .").:) p. in.
Foil I iiii.aiii:liiiia, New York nnd the En-t,
7.20, '.Mil and 11.011 a.m.; 12.13, 2.10, 3.13, 1.2),
5.40. 1(1.00 nnd 11.35 p. in. On Sunday, 11.03 a.
in., 12.15, 2.111. 3.15 4.211. 111.00 ntld 11.350. 111.
Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars,
wllh Dining Cnr. to New York. U.I0 a. m.
dully, rxcept Sunday.
Fn Nlw toiiK oni.v. Limited Express with
Dining Cnr, ft.KI p. in, dally.
Foil Piiilaiikli'IIIA iim.y. Fast Express 8.10
a. in. week-days, and 4.00 p. m. daily. Ex
press Sunday only, 5.40 p. m.
Foil Huston, without change, 3.15 p.m. every
l'on llnooKLYN, N. Y., nil through trains con
nect nt Jersey City with boats of llrooklyn
Annex, nrfordlng direct transfer In I-'ulton
street, avoiding dottblo fcrrlago across New
Foil Atlantic City, 12.15 p. m. week days,
11.33 p. m. dally.
Fon IlAi.TiMom:, 11.33, 7.20, R.10, n.OO. (1,40, 10.00,
10.50, 11. Hi and 11.50 a. in., 12.15, 2.10, 3.13,
:i.3ll, 4.(0, 4.20, 4.30,8.00, 5.40, 11.00, 7.10, 10.0(1
nod 11.35 p. in. On Sunday, 11.00. tl.ro. 10.5O
n. III.. 12.15. 2.10, 3.15, 3.33, 1.00, 1.20,.00, 3. 1'),
n.OO. 7.10. Ill 00 nnd 11.33 p. m.
Fun Horn's Ciini k Link. 7,20 n, m, nnd 4.3) p.
in. dally, except Sunday.
Fon ANNA101.IS, 7.20 and ft.00 n. m., 11.50 nnd
4.UI p. m, dally, cxrept Sunday, Sundays,
ti.oo n, in, nnd 4.20 p. in.
WASHINGTON SOUTHEItN IIA1LWAY.
IN EFTtCT JANt'AIlV 10. IKII,
Fon ALKXANIiIIIA, 4.30, (1.35. 7.43. 8.40, 0.17,
10.57 n. m.: 12.01 noon, 2.05, 3.30, 4.25. 453.
ti.01, 8.02, 10.05 nnd ll.XI p. m. On Sundny nt
4.30, 7.13, (1.15, 10.57 n. m.; 2.30, 0.01, 8.02 nnd
10.05 p. in,
Accommodation for (inantlco, 7.15 n. m. nnd
4.55 p, m. week days. 7.15 u. in. Snudnys.
l'on lficiinoNii nnd the South, 4.30 nnd 10.3T
n, m. dally. Accommodation 4.55 p. m. week
Thains MiAvr. ALnxAmiiA for Washington,
(1.05, 7.05, S.0II, 11.10, 10.15, 11.41 n. m.; 1.20, 3.0J,
3.50, 5.10, C.U5, 7.05, 9.20, 10.50 and 11.08 p. in.
On Sunday nttl.to nnd 11,11 a. in.; 2.00, 5.10,
7.05, 7.40, 0.2(1 nnd 10..',0 p. m.
Tickets nnd Informntlon at tho oftlce, north
east corner of Thirteenth street and l'rnnsyl
vnnln nveuur, nnd at the station, where orders
rnn be left for tho checking of baggage to
destination from hotels nnd residences.
CflAS. E. PUOII, J. II. WOOD.
General Manager. General Passenger Agent.
TALTIMOI!E OHtO ItAII.IlOAD.
Schedule in effect January 1,1801.
Leave Washington from stntlon corner of New
Jersey nvenuo nnd U street.
l'on CniCAiin nnd Northwest, Vestlbnled
Limited express dally 11.30 n. m., express
8.30 p. in,
Fon Cincinnati, St. Louts nnd Indianapolis,
exprtss dally, 3.30 nnd 11.30 p. in.
Fon I'ittiiuiio nnd Cleveland, express dally,
11.30 a, m, and 8.50 p. in.
Fon I.vmmiton nnd points In the Shenandoah
Valley, 110. 10 n. m.
Foil WiNcmisTLn mid way stations, 15.30 p. in.
Fnnl.i'liAY, S.SOp. m.
Ton IIai.timoiie, week days, ,1.(15, 3.01), rl.85,
7.20. 7.30, (8.00. 45-mlnutes), 8.30,ll.;13. (li.UI,
12.(0, 45-mlnulcs), a. m 12.10. 2,15, 2.50, (3.15
45-mlnutrs), 3.25. 4.25, 4.30 (5.00, 45-mlnntes).
6.03, 8.30, 0.1O, 0.15, B.20, 7.15, 7.30, (Mil, 10.30
nnd 11.30 p. in. Sundnys, 4.05, 7.20, 7.30, 8.S0,
H.S5 a.m.. (12.00, 45-minutrs), 1.00,4.13,2.50,
3.25, 4.30, (3.(M, 43-mlnutes), 0.03, li.13, 11.20,
ISO. .). 10.30, 11.30 p. 111.
Foil Way Stations between Wnshlnpton nnd
Hnltlmore. 5.00, (1.35, 8.00 n, in., 12.10, 3.23, 1.30,
ll.VO, 7.30, ll.-'JI p. m. Sundays, 8.30 a. in., 1,00,
3.25, 4.30, 11.20. 7.H0, 11.30 p. in.
Tiiains leave Hnlllmore lor Washington week
dnvs, 5.111, 11.20, 11.30, 7.15, 7.20, 8.00, 8.:15,
u.rn, 10.20. 10.33 n. ni.; 12.oo, i2.in, 2.111, i.t
2.fA4.15. 5OI.0.00. 11.2(1, 7.,7 30, 7,10,8.30,
ti.05, 10.10, 10.20 nml 11.00 p. m. Sundays, ii.30,
7.15, 8.3(1, S.35. Il.no, 10.20. 10.35 n. in.; 12 IK), 1.IH,
2.10, 2..'. 4.15. 5.00, 11.20, 7.03, 7.30, 7, 10, 8.),
10.10, 10.20 mid 11.00 p.m.
Fon Annai-olis, 11.35 nml 8.30 n, m., 12.10 and
4.25 p. 111. siindajs, 8.30 u, m. and 4. '10 p. m.
Leave Annnpnlls (1.35, 8.37 n. m., 12.05, 3.50 p.
111. Sundnys, 8.00 n. m 3.55 p. 111.
Fon Stations on the .Metrooolltnn Hrnnch,
V1.13 p. in. For principal stations only, 110.10
n. in.. 1 1.30 nnd 15.30 p. ni,
Fon (UiTiiniisiiiir.u nnd Intermediate points,
1(1.35, 1!I.(KI, 810.00, n. ill., 112.50, 13.35, It.),
5.35, jjlO.00, 111.33 p. 111.
Ton IloiD'a nnd Intermediate stations, "7.C0
Cui'i.cn ti'.ain lenves Wnshlncton on Sundny
nt 1.15 p. in., Mopping ut nil stations oil .Met
Fon FiiLiiEim-K, 111,30 a.m., ,1.15, 13.30,11.30
Fun llAiiiiisTow-N, 110.10 n. m., and 13.30 p, ni.
'Iiiains arrive from Chicago dally 11,50 11, in,
mid 4.45 p ,m.-, from Cincinnati und st, l.o-.ils
dally 3..Um. in. nnd 2.05 p. in.; from Pittsburg
7.10 n. m., 1.45 p. in. dully.
HOYAL 1ILUE LINE FOIt NEW YOHK AND
Foil Nr.w Ym;k, Trenton nnd the East, 1.03,
18.(0, i0JU .Wa. m., 2.50, a.t nnd 10.30
p.m. llufTct Pnrlor Cnrs on all dny trains,
bleeping Cnr on the 10.30 p. iu open nt 0.0")
l'on IIoston 2.50 p.' m. with Pullmnn Huffet
sleeping Cnr running tliroin;)! to llusiuu
without rhunge, vln Pniighkeepsio llrldgo,
landing pnsseugeis In 11. ) M, station nt Hoi
ton. Foil FiillAnELriilA, 4(0, 18.00, 10.00, U.W,
noon, 1.5(1, 5 00, (I.I3 nnd 'lO.'M p. 111.
Fon Nkwauk, Del., Wllinlngtnu nnd Chester,
1.05. IMS) n. 111., 12 OO noon, 1M, 5.0O, H.15,
nnd 'IU.ii p. in. Limited express stopping at
WIlmliiL-ton onlv. 10.00 11. in.
Foil inti iimeuiatk points between Ilaltliuoro
5.00 und 7.40 a. 111., M.15,
-j.u p. Ul.
Tiiains lenve New York for Washiir.-toii,
O.io, 111.8O a. 111., 2.1H), 3.20, 5.10 p. 111, ami
Tuains leave Philadelphia for Wnsblngton.
4.21, '8.15, ll.33u.lii.,1l.lO,M.'J1,tl.OVT.l
Fon Atlantic City. 4.05 nnd 10.00 a. in , 11.00
noon. Sundn) s, 4.05 a, 111., 12.00 noon.
lExcept Sunday. Dally, Jlunday only
Haggnge railed for nnd chocked from hot -Is
nnd rcsldenics by L'ntnn Transfer Co, on orders
left nt ticket olllees, Oil) and 1351 Pennsylvania
nvenue und nl depot.
J. T. ODELL, C1IA8. O, SCULL.
Gen. Manager. Ocu, Pass. Ai't.
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