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THE CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2, 1893.
IN SENATE AND HOUSE. Ml). HOAIl'S PLEA IN BEHALF THE CLOTUHK IHJM3. OF Up Compare the Uiicr Honsc (n tlic finpicmo Cnnrt Mr. Cooper Trios to Have the, rowers of the llnuni In vrslp:nttiiR Committee "Tnlnrgeit Ordered to Ills Seat liy tlio Speaker. SKNATK. Tlio Sciialo met nt 11 o'clock this morn ing In continuation of yesterday's session. Sir. Cockrcll was Immediately recog lilrccl to proceed with his speech. At tills point Jlr. (Ionium called nltcntion to tho oLtctico of n quorum, and n call of tlio roll was ordered, Only tlilrty-elglit Sen i tors responded, hut in n few minute n tulllcleul iitimlicr to mnko n quorum ni 1 tared and business was proceeded with. iiir. .uorriii asxcti consent 10 oner n Ktolutlotl for illstrllilltllig puhllo docil mints to agricultural colleges, hut Mr. (Ionium snlil ho wan compelled to object to any business whatever except tho regu lar order. Sir. Cockrcll resumed tho Moor hut yielded to Sir. Hoar, who said ho desired lo add ono Idea to what ho had said last evening. Ho regarded tho ponding pro cwlllon. ho said, as ho should if the cast! had arisen In the Supremo Court of tho United Slates. There was no ono who w mild not recognize tho iniiKjrtaiico of ah solute, frco and untrammclol discussion in that tribunal, and that no member of that court should ho curtailed in stating his opinion to his brethren, or in suggest ing any modification of any judgment ox petted to ho pronounced. Hut If It could ho conceived of that august tribunal that, In tho case of some iiimiuvuinj uuuut. lu flips iiuu JIIUKIUUUI, nlTectlng tlio interests of largo portions of tho American people and exciting their feelings, four members of the nine should undertake to read opinions alternately, day after day, night alter night and weok after week, ono taking turns with tho other and, having read all tho decisions which had been madoslnee tho foundation of tho Government and, in that way to prevent tho action of tho Court altogether or to postpono it until tho judgment could ccaso to be effectual, would anybody doubt that it would bo tho duty of that great tribunal to Interpose and to adopt somo rule that would put a limit to tho length of opin ions or to the number of arguments that uliuiild bo mado by tho minority? When Mr. Hoar had concluded his state ment Sir. Cockrcll resumed his speech ngulmt the cloture rule. Ho yielded tho Moor to Sir. Teller, who asked Sir. Aldrich how long a time he proposed to allow for debate of the cloture resolution, remarking that it was rumored that tomo arbitrary means In the shape of n coup ilt ttat were to be resorted to to force a decision of tho question. Sir. Aldrich said that he took It for granted that there could be no closing of debate except by tho action of tho Senate Itself, and ho asked unanimous consent that tho voto should be taken on the reso lution and amendments at 5 o'clock to morrow. Sir. Gorman objected, and declared that the step taken by tlio Senate yesterday was one which had overturned tho whofo history of tho Senate, and that the deci sion of the presiding olllccr and the vote of tho majority were in direct opposition to every rulo of tho Senate and of tho general parliamentary law. house. In tho House to-day, after tho Journa had been read In Its usual form, Sir. lirccklnridge said he objected to Its ap proval until tho remaining portion was read relative to tho refcrenco of resolu tions. The journal was read and approved. Sir. Cooper, on rising to a question of privilege, had read a resolution offered by him somo tinio since, making certain charges against tho Commissioner of Pen sions, and asking for a broadening of tho Investigation of that official. Sir. SIcKinlcy raised tho point of order that tho resolution was not a privileged one. Mr. Cooper went on to discuss the point of order, Interspersing his remarks with certain reflections bearing on tho merits of tho resolution. JIo was Interrupted several times by tho Kcpublicans on tho ground that ho was not addressing to tho point of order. Tho Speaker called Mr. Cooper to order n number of times, and finally directed him to rcsumo his scat. After discussion the Speaker then ruled that the resolution offered by Sir. Cooper was a privileged one, and overruled tho point or order against it. m THE DISTRICT IN CONGKESS. Many Hills Ordered to He Favorably lleportcil. There was a meeting of tho Houso Dis trict Committee to-day, at which consider able business was transacted. The House bill providing for tho refunding of tho District Indebtedness was ordered favor ably reported, with amendments changing tho rate of interest named therein from 3.C5 to 3J per cent., and providing that the lost issues of tho ncwtionds shall bo tho first railed in. Tho debt to tic re funded under this bill is about M.2tW,000. Upon tho House bill, amending the charter of the Georgetown and Tenally tawn Itallroad, a favorable report was ordered with amendment. Tho amend ment docs not change tho route of tlio road, but authorizes it to increase its stock by from 200,000 to 1 100,000, In accordance with what moy bo necessary to extend tho load as authorized by existing law. Hut no stock beyond th. .".mount absolutely necessary for this purposo Is to bo Issued. On tho Assessment bill a favorable ro iort was ordered witli amendments, tho exact character of which will not bo de termined until Chairman Oroul has a conference with the Assessor of tho Dis trict. Tho bill which will be tho outcome of the conference will in tho main be tho District Commissioners' bill. There nro to bo live assessors appointed by tho District Commissioners, who arc to constitute a H'lnmnent board ami to receive e.ich fi'.fjco annually. The changes In the imasuro which Sir. Grout liasln view will extend tho time for taking assessments and the time in which taxes are to he col lected. Upon these points Sir. Grout will cndiavor to confer with Assessor Trlmblo to that ho mayrcport thoblll to tho Houso beforo adjournment to-day. Without amendment n favorable report was ordered upon the Houso bill to pro tect tho lives of travelers and employes on rauroaus anu mo property or railroad mipi hob Tho tiill says that any ono who performs an act to put thoso lives or that property in jeopardy shall, tijioii conviction, bo sentenced to pay a lino not exceeding l,CCO, and to undergo Imprisonment or not less than three, nor moro than ten years; and that, In the oventof tho death of any person resulting from a malicious or willful act against a railroad tlio offender hhiill ho deemed guilty of murder In tho llrst degree, Thoso who throw any mis. die and strike any portion of a train of cars arc liable to u Hue not exceeding S1,0C0, and to imprisonment of not leas man six momns, aim in casomomisstio kills any one the offender shall bo deemed Utility f murder, Tli o hill amending tho charter of tlio Georgetown and Tonally town llailroad t'omimny was subsequently reported to tho 1 louse. Tho Senate Committee did not liavoi Hireling to-day. UNIFORM SALAWE3 I'or AHHlMtant Attorneys 111 tlm Dopavt mrnt of iluiitlev. Sir. SlcConnlck Into yesterday reported to the Houso from tho Judiciary Commit tee tho bill Introduced by Sir. Thompson, lixing the compensation of the assistant attorneys in the Department of Justice. As drawn, the bill named 1,000 as the compensation. As reported, t.1,000 Is tho llgiire tlxed. Tho report accompanying tho bill says there uru six of these assistant attorneys appointed by tlio Attorney-General, two receiving a salary of M.000 per year each, Ihrro a salary of 2,f00 per year oicli, and one u Hilary of fc!,000 per year. This rate of compensation was tint established In the appropriation act of IrVti. Tho services performed by thess t- tomeys arc all allko and consist In defend ing the Government In suits instituted under tho various jurisdictions of tho Court of Claims. In 1882 there were bo fore this court 718 stills, involving ?27, 601.01. lly tho extended jurisdiction of tho court slnco that year tho business lmi grown to 12,705 cases, Involving $ll'i, 000,000. Attempts to Incrcaso tho pay of theso awislant attorneys liavo been mado regu larly slnco 1880, when Attorney-General Garland recommended a uniform salary of $4,000, In which ho was supported by Chief Justlco William A. Itlcliiinlson of the Court of Claims. Tho hill as reported Is now on tho calendar of the Committee of tho Whole. FAVORS A SERVICE PENSION. Hut the Committee) Sny It Will lie Im 1 possible to l'nss One. General Veazcy, commander-in-chief of tho Grand Army of tho Republic, and State Senator llltto of Kansas, appeared be fore the House Committee on Pendens to- uny, and argued In favor of a service pen sion. Chairman Slnrrili slated, and ho was borr.e out by tlio other members of tlio committee, that It would bo Impossible tj pass a service-pension bill this session, bc cntijo tlio time between now and adjourn ment was too short, even if therowcroa illsj osition on tho part of tho committee to report such a measure. THE CLOTUIifTllESOLUTlON. Tlio Itciitibllrnn Anxious, lint Co nil -dent of Its l'nsmigo. Tho success of tho Republicans yester day lu getting tho cloture rulo resolution beforo tho Senate docs not, while It has given much encouragement, bring them complete assurance that tho passago of the Elections bill is a certainty. Tho ac tion of tho Democrats during the night sessions held during the past ten days In absenting themselves from tho chamber In order to break a quorum has shown the Itcpubllcan leaders moro conclusively than ever bofore that a quorum composed entirely of Republicans favorable to tho cloture rulo and tho Elections bill Is needed to secure the passagoof both nieas-, urrs. Tho Republican forces havo been nue- mentcd by tho return of Senator Chandler from Kcw Hampshire, hut sevoral moro Republicans are needed to make up tho required number. Mr. Ingalls Is paired againsimo mil, ami Messrs. jonos, diow art, Teller and Wolcott will voto openly with the Democrats. Two or thrco other Republicans are un certain, but It Is believed that those, with the others mentioned by name, will not go to the cxtrcmo of breaking a quorum. Tho Republicans say that tho cloture rulo resolution Is stronger in Its support than tho Elections bill Is, but there is fear that a break may occur In tho ranks of the majority If extreme methods aro re sorted to that the adoption of tho cloture may be secured. The present Republican policy Is to pre vent any formal adjournment until the cloture rule is disposed of. Recesses will be taken from each night until tho next morning, thus continuing indefinitely, so 'iat no light on the approval of the jour nal can be made by tho Democrats. BOUGHT SILVER FOR C AH F.RON. Tlio I'cniisylynnln Senntor Had W 1 00,000 Worth Purchased In Calcutta. Sir. David T. Littlo of Sprlngllcld, 111., testified concerning the alleged silver pool to-day. Ho paid that ho had bought stiver for Senator Cameron whllo thcbilvcr bill was pending. Ho bought 8100.C00 for him In exchange on Calcutta. Ho bought 10,000 or S30.0J0 for himself. He himself mado 000 or 87(10, and Cameron's profits were probably 51,003 to 11,500. TARTY SUPERIOR TO PREFERENCE. Governor Higgs Prefers Cleveland, Hut Is for tho Nominee. Governor Marlon Higgs. the sturdy old Democrat who represents tho Second California district, Is a great admirer of urovcr cicveianu. lie is not, nowever, like somo of Cleveland's friends who seem to think that noonoelso except tho ex President has a right to enter tlio field as a Democratic candidate for tho Presidency. Inlothcr words, Governor Higgs Is not tainted with mugwumpcry. Speaking of tho political outlook tho Governor said to The Ciutio reporter: "At this timo it looks llko Cleveland. though It would not surprlso mo if Hill would run him pretty close. Tho Demo cratic party has a right to think well of David Dennett Hill. He Is an aggres sively sterling Democrat of tlio Jack sonlan school; perhaps tho ablest party leader wo havo had slnco tho days of Samuel J. Tllden. It is my opinion that Hill did more effective work In tho cam paign last fall than any other Democrat, lam for tho nominee of tho next Demo cratic convention, it matters not who ho is." "If Hill and Clovclond should succeed in killing each other off, then who In your opinion would make a good compromise candidate?" "Hoswcll P. Flower. Flower would mako a lino run." Nominations To-Dny. Tlio President sent to tho Senate to-day the following nominations: SfarcusW. Achcson of Pennsylvania, to bo United States Circuit Judgo for the Third Judicial Circuit. Colonel Daniel W. Flagler, to be Chief of Ordnance, with tho rank of Hrigadler General. William II. Luce of Sralne, to bo Col lector of Customs for tho District of Waldoborough, Sle. First Lieutenant Horatio D. Smith of Massachusetts, to bo captain in tho Reve nue Service of tho United States. STREET IMPROVEMENTS. A Vigorous rrotcat from Cltlrcns of Northeast Washington. Messrs. W. C. Dodgo and II. 0. Clarke, representing tho .Northeast AVashlngton Cit)7ens' Association, had a hearing be fore tho Commissioners this morning in regard to tlio appropriations for street im provements in tho northeast section. Sir. Clarke mado tho opening argument, and showed conclusively tho discrimination that existed In expending money for tho benefit of tho northeast portion of Wash ington when compared toother sections of tho city. Ho was followed by Sir. Dodge, who said: "Tho engineer otllco somo years ogo devised the plan of dividing the city Into tour quarters northwest, soutfivvait, northeast and southeast, and claimed that tho annual estimates had slnco been made and the money appropriated and expended equltablylu tlioillffcrentsectlons prorata. Do charged that it had not been so estimated or expended for theso reasons, because, while there is a special schedule mado up for each quarter, and, with tho amount nf which is charged, large sums arc annually expended in somo sections, which are not charged to thoso sections. For instance SI, .135,208.23 has been ex pended in tho northwest quarter, but with which amount that section lias never been charged. In 1881 there was dovlsed what was termed n general schediilo of streets to bo Improved, because of their general Importance, Slaryland avenue was tho first street mentioned, and, lu faco of tho fact that II 1 1,000 was appro priated to further the plan of tho general sclicdtilo not ono penny was used In Jfoi th rust Washington, and Slaryland avenue was Ignored completely. It Iho inonoy expended under tho general schedule had been expended pro lata in four different quarters of tho city there would ho no wound for complaint, but that has not been done, and, as tho c.iso stands now, mver will buso. In tho report for 18S3 tho northeast sec tion is charged with $120,700. That amount was appropriated, but It was not expended there. Tho appropriation In cluded Slaryland avenue irom Sixth street to tho Houndary, and also Xoitli Capitol street from I to K, Thoso streets havo not yet been improved, Tho Commissioners promised togtvotho matter their careful consideration and tho hearing closed, T.ADIKS Needing a tonio, or children who want bulU Inirup, chould taka IIHOWN'S IKO.V IHTTICllH. It lj pleasant to tale, cures Malaria, Inll gcstlou, IlllJoiuncsa and Uver Complaints. THE PRESIDENCY IN 1892. THE DEMOCRATS HAVE THE CIA1IE1N THEIR OWN HANDS, In Spite nf the lirpulillraii Attempt to Ring hi a Cold Ilrck In the Shape of the Elections Ell! A Way In Which tlio Democrats Can Stack tlio Cards Pointed Out. Presidential electors nre, under the pro visions of tho Constitution, appointed In such manner as tho State Legislatures may direct. At the present time nil the Presidential electors aro chosen by the people of each State on n general ticket. Hut this modo has not always obtained. In some Stales Presidential electors havo been chosen nt times by Congressional districts. In South Carolina, down to tho war, Presidential electors wcro always ap pointed directly by tho Legislature. This modo was only changed to tho present ono nt tho reconstruction of tho State. This constitutional urovlslon irlvlnt! lo Iho State Legislatures thopowcrloa ipoinl Presidential electors, coupled with tho fact that tho Legislatures of a number of States heretofore Itcpubllcan arc now con trolled by the Democrats, gives on oppor tunity to thoso legislatures practically to determine the question of tho Presidency In advance of tho year of tho election. Thus in Ohio there is a measure now bo foro the Legislature, known as tho Hit ehanaii hill, providing for tlio election of Presidential electors by Congressional dis tricts. This hill, it is believed, will bo passed, and becomo a law within n fow hours alter tho Federal Elections bill lie comis a law. As Ohio is now divided that would Insure sixteen Democratic electors out of twenty-one, no matter how tho Stute-at-lurgo may go. This danger Is believed to account fortho presenco In this city this week of Sir. Halin. chairman of thoStatoltcpubllcan Committee; Attorney General Watson and Secretary of Stato Ryan. They havo been In consulUtlon with the Itcpubllcan leaders hero, and this phase of the political situation is believed lo havo como in for deep consideration. Tho Indiana legislature Is heavily Democratic in both branches, though tho Governor Is a Itcpubllcan. Hut as n molorilv voto carries a bill over tlioirubcr- notorial veto, that act would In this case amount to no more than an expression of individual opinion, Representative Hy mini suys that within forty-eight hours after tho Federal Elections bill Is signed tho Legislature nf Indiana will have changed tho .method of npjiolnlliig the Presidential electors. The Hooslcrs aro very .thorough in their political methods, so that it Is safo to predict that if the method Is changed, tlio ono adopted will insure a solid Democratic representation in tho Electoral College of Indiana. A similar schema of retaliation Is already being agitated in Michigan, where tho Democrats control the Legislature. Tho Democrats of Wisconsin could do the same thing. A Dcmocratic-Alllatico fusion could accomplish tlio samo thing in two or three other States. Should this course bo pursued it would mako tho election of a Itcpubllcan Presi dent in 1KB an impossibility. Whether seriously contemplated or not, tho possi bility of such a nroerummo bolnz nut in operation Is giving tho Itcpubllcan leaders n number of bad quarters of hours theso days FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. Washington Stock Hxchnngc. Deported for The Ckitio by Gurley it Stevens, real cstato and local securities, 1335 F street northwest. Sales Regular call, 12 o'clock m. Wash. Light Infantry 2d, $1,000 a 1)5. Co lumbia Firo Insurance, 20nl5; 33 a 15. Washington Gas, 15 n 10J. American Graphoplione, 25 n 101; 100 a 10; 100 a 10: 50 a 10; CO a 10. American Security and Trust Company, 20 a 02. Sllscellancous Honds W. it G, It. R. 10 -10 0s, R. '0.V23, 101; W. it O. R. It. con vcrtlbleO's ,00-'23,115; Slasonlo Hull Ass'n 6's, O 1808, 100J; Wash. Slarkct Co., 1st mort. Cs, 108.. Washington Slarkct Imp. Cs, 112. American Security and Trust. 5's, 100: Wash. Lt. Infantry, 1st, 6s. 1004, 0G; Wash. Lt. Infantry, 2d, 7s, 1DM, 0-U; Wash. Gaslight Co., Ser. A, 0s, 115; Wash. Gaslight Co., Scr. U.Cs. 110. National Hank Stocks Hank of Wash ington, 445; Bank of Republic, 2')3; Sletro politan, 270; Central, 300: Second, 180; Farmers and Mechanics, 188; Columbia, 150: Capitol, 120; West End, OS; Traders', 120: Lincoln, 100; Citizens', 170, itallroad Stocks Wash, and Geo., 215; SIctropolltnn, 110; Columbia, 07; Capitol and North O Street, 60; Eck'ton & Sol. Home, 57; Georgetown & Tenuallytown, 40. . Insuranco Stocks Firemen's, 48: Franklin, 53; Metropolitan, 80; National Union, 17; Arlington, 170; Corcoran, OS; Columbia, 14); German American, 170; Potomac, 83; Illggs, 73; Fcoplo's, 5J; Lin coln, 5; Commercial, 4. Title Insuranco Stocks Real Estato Title, 120; Columbia Title, 0J. Gas and Electria Llelit Stocks Wash ington Gas, SOI; Georgetown Gas, 48; U. 8. Electric Light; 138. ' Tclcphono Stocks Pennsylvania, 25; Chesapeake & Potomac, rf03; American Graphoplione, 10. Miscellaneous Stock Washington Mar ket. 17); Hull Run Panorama, 17; Pneu matic Gun Carriage, 3. Safe Deposit and Trust Companies National Safo Deposit, 250; Wash. Safo Deposit, 110; Wash. Loan & Trust Co., 08; American Security & Trust Co., CIS. Ex-divldend. Chicago Wheat Market. Chicaoo, Jan. 23. Opening: Wheat Slay, 031; July, 891. Corn Slay, 5U. Oatt Slay. 4.'.. Pork Slav, 10.55. Lurd Slay, 0.10. Ribs Slay, 6.25. Local Cnttlo Market. 25 cattle up and sold Hcst, 4 to 4; good, 3 to 4; medium, 3 to 31; common, 11 to 21. 155 sheep and lambs Lambs, 5J: to 01; sheep, 3 to 5; yearlings, 41 to 53; calves, 0 to 01. 5 Cows and calves, $J0 to J37.50. Slarket brisk. A ltenoM licit Nnvnl Architect. Sir. J. II. Hylcs, naval architect at Thompson's ship-yard, Clydebank, Scot land, Is In tho city. Ho Is the designer of tho fast Spanish cruiser Rena Regcntc, tho Iumaii Lino's City of Paris, and other noted vessels. Hlcctcd Secretary. Sir. lllchord It. SlcSlahon has been elected secretary of tho Union Club. Attend our S0.0O sale of overcoats. Eisemun Hros., 7th i V. MAltltlHI). COXHIDINK MOItlHH.-Ou January SI, IS'U, by tlio l(t'. Katlicr llyan, nt t lie luiinneu lale Conception Church, .Innies H'. Coiisldlne tu Mary C, Jlorrl, hoth ot Wmlilngloa, I). C, McKAY- llAKHlt.- On January 21, tSU, at Clirlet chunh, (Icorgetouu, by iho Iter, l)r, Alhrrt It. Stuart, rector, Mr. Wllll.im IMiorno McKay ot Ponton to Minn Helen Kitticr Maker, email ilaiiRhivroC Chief KnglnccrU, ll.llakcr, V. H. J.'., of Wudilngton, I, O. hTKI.LO llEITMUI.I.KII. On WediiM lily, lauimry VI, 1MH, by llov. II. V, Lrubkert. the Herman i.mnorn Church. 1'iiiirlh mm I. Mrect nnrthnest, Charles Htcllo anil .MU Mnr gnretha llcllhimiller. CIIASi:- N()ltltlS.-On January 14, 18.11, at St. rl hrrceit'fl pnrponagc, Anaiuritta, by Kov. Father Jlujjlien, Wnllmo Jl. Chimo of Maluo mill Alice (I. NorrU ot Wnelilnuton, 1), O, jn:i). WII.1.1S.- January 31, at liU lale residence, tniMiuh street southeaat, lihu her Willi. l)i:VMNVAt 11 a. m., January Si, lSH.at her paienlVrenlilcnie, till Deucct mirtbnet. Van, the .imtnifCHt daughter nt IMwarJ ana Kindle DctIIii, aged I) jtuta mid 1 month, runeral prliate, (!.lti:S('!l i;, -Alter a Ioiir and set ere lllur, at a few minute utter U o'tlock p. in , We tuen day, January HI, IN), while the church bells were ringing the, Angclut, Mien .Mnrlo ! liare (he, eldest itnuclitrr ot the lato I.toiitcii'iut Colouil Julius 1', (iareuhc, usIUnt adjutant general, V. H, A. Funeral from ht. Patrick' Church nt 10 a, ni Pctunlay. January 31, friends, ot the fnnilly ir'peittully iiiYlud, LYNCH. On Thursday morning, January SS, nil, Mrs. Mary Lynch, agrilM icnrn, ettha ri'nldcuce t I.er son-in-law, Cantata 1'atrlrk OTirrell, lf T Hrect northwest, MAKTIN.-On Wednesday, Jan lary 31, lsOl, at 1U.M p. m., William Jaincii, InMnt son ot Hr.muil ):. and LtiUA, llntln, lined 3 mouth and a day. TOILS' Kit. On Tlinrtdny morning, January W, 1HJI, after o abort Illness, William Turner, aged W j cam. HORR1I1LY JIANOLEII. A Man nuil His Wife Killed by n Train, A horilllc accident occurred this morn ing at South Hrookland, on tho Metro I olltan branch of the Rattlmoro and Ohio Railroad, by which Sir, James Owens and Ills wife, Nancy, wcro Instantly killed and terribly mangled. The couple, who wcro well tu do, were engaged in tlio dairy busi ness on the Hrentwood road, near llrnok land, and it was their dally custom to bring to the city n supply of milk for their customers, This morning they started as usual, and reached the railroad crossing at tho time (he Incoming train, which passes Drook-, land at 8:20, ctuno along. 'Ihocouplo had driven up fo the track without seeing tho train mid attempted to cress. Tho horso cleared tho track safely, but tho locomotlvo struck the wagon with full force, breaking it into kliidlln.; word. '1 ho occupants were hurled and carried n distance of 150 or 2U0 feet, spattering the track with blood. Olllccr McNatnara and tho horrified bystanders hurried down thotrrcktothoassistaiKoof tlio unfortit unto victims but when they reached them me wiisexuuci. Tho train was backed and the bodies of Sir. Owens and his wife were brought to this city and placed In the morgue at the Sixth priclnct. Slr.Owcns and hlswlfo wcro aged 72and 70 years nspcctlvely, and wcro well known anil respected at Hrookland. They had n comfortable home, and whllo not carry ing on n very extensive business they hud mado a good living hy tho solo of milk and other dairy products, and wcro in conuoruiuie circumstances. The crossing where tlio fatal accident i.ccnrrcsl Is a very dangerous one, known r.s SIcGuycr's road, or Central avenue, and is in close proximity lo tho Sprague place. There is no gate, neither Is it guarded hy n watchman, and a number of accidents havo occurred there and on other crossings In (ho Immediate vlclultv. There is a cut in tho street and n curve in tho track, and nn approaching train can not be very cosily seen. The train caus ing the accident was No. 62, unit tho c l plnccr, P. J. Collins, nud tlio conductor, J. Wi Drawn. 'J ho engineer says that tho usual alarm was founded at tho crossing, and ho did not see tho conveyance at all or know that an accident liud occurred until ho saw the horso hesido the (rack. As soon as posslblo ho stopped tho train and balked up to tho cross ing, where no found tho de molished wagon and two dead bodies. Ho thinks that the train could not havo been inoro than forty or fifty feet nway when Sir. and Sirs. Owens attempted to cross tho truck, and that they could not have been on the lookout for a train. Hoth of them had their heads tied up lu mu'llers, mid on account of their old age could not have heard tlio boll. They were also seated in n closed wagon, and could not sco tho train unless they mado an effort to do so. Mr. and Sirs. Owens had nlno children, tho youngest SO years old, living, but wero-livlng olono at their dairy on tlio Hrentwood road. Their son, Samuel J, Owens, who came here from Virginia this aucruoou, win ucmanii a inorougii inves tigation io bo made, . CoToner Patterson looked at the horri bly mangled bodies at tho morguo and ordered n Jury summoned for an Inquest lit 2:30 o'clock. What tho ComiiitsHloners llcport. The Commissioners havo sent the fol lowing, letter to Representative Grout, chairman of the House Committee on Dis trict uffuirs: "Relative to House bill 11137, to In corporate tho Washington Compressed Air Company, referred to tho Commissioners at your fnstanco for their views, tho Com missioners recommend that section 0 be amended by adding tho following: Provided, 'That no pipes shall bo laid nor any work done except hy a penult from tlio Commissioners of the District nf Columbia, and no permit shall bo Issued until tl)o board on electrical wires and conduits appointed under tho District appropriation act or August 0. 1800, has made its report to Congress, and that "all such permits shall hq glvon in accordance with tho action of Congress on eaid report.'" Cutting Allruy nt the .Jail. About 0 o'clock this morning .1 cutting nffray occurred at the Distrlrt jail. Several prisoners wcro walking In the corridor when ono of tho negro inmates attacked another with n "checser," the' iron of a shoo shank, and cut him sevcrly In tho face. The jail officials disarmed tlio murderous assailant beforo any serious injury was done, but decline' to givo the names of tho parties concerned. OurtO.OO sale of suits is still in progress. Eiscman Hros., 7th fc E. ltald on nn Opium Joint. Dclcctivo Hlock and Officer Jameson made a raid this afternoon on tho laundry of YoWoh ami Leo Shlng, No. 021 D street, and arrested several jiersons who were there smoking opium, All the par tics were locked up. $3.00 for trousers that were $3. Else man Bras., 7th & E. Bl'KCIAT. NOTICKS. K33T- I'AUTNEIiSllir NOTICE.-NOTIC'K sSy S hereby glwu that K. A. Batta anil A. K.Nmnrro hair entered Into a limited co partnereblp, under the name ot "K. A. Butts & Company," tor the manufacture nnd side ot "Tomato Fig," enld partnership to continue for It ve 5 cars from tho 1st DAY OF JANH AI1Y, lrvi. said Navarre not being liable for any debtBbejond the amount by mm paid In, or the general nenets of enld firm, a-3tw-lwl. A. V. NAVAItltK. gjpC'ANPlXL CABItlNOTON, . ATTOIINKY-AT.LAW, COS D street northwest, Washington,'!). C. Webttcr Law Ilnlldlng. Ilcsldence, 1701 ( street northwest. KS5T-F0II 8AI.B-COItNEIt OF SPItUOE SS' street nnd llareirood avenue, Lo Droit Park. Flvo New Two-story and Attic Brick Dwell ings, with Porches, nil Modern Ira provements on Bprnce street. Six Houses, Two Stories, Attics nnd Cellars Finished with Paper All Modern Im provements, on Ilarowood avenue. Alto corner House, corner of Spruce aud Ilaro wood avenue, 1'or Prico and Terms Apply to WILLIAM J. LEWIS, Owner and Builder, On premises. del3-tt BJf-J. WILLIAM LF.E (Successor to Henry Leo's SONS), BNDEHTAKElt, M3 l'UNNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W., South Sldo. llranch Office, -IMS Maryland ave, s. w. fVVlLLl'AY FULL COMMISSION TO HEAL ESTATE AGENTS rOIt SELLING. For 1'rlccs and Term Apply to EMMONS J6KINO, llulldere nnd Owners, Atlantic Ilulldlng. KvST-WlIY N0T HAVE YOUIt BIIIUTS --' made by ono of tho most celebrated cutters lu America f Prices samo ns those thlrd-rato cutters charge. V. T. HALL, W3 Y (ticctiiw, Kr"FKET HlSLlKVEn. lilt. WHITE, ' CHlItOPODIHT, 14111 I'cnntylrnnln nienuo, opposlto Wlllnrd'a Hotel. Thousanda from far ami near visit Dr. White's cttaulUhniriit for relief from and avoid, aiicc ut corns, bunions, diseased nails and all other foot troubles. Hours, 8 a, in. toll p. m. riundaj e, 0 to 13, Oflleo feo jl per visit for put ting the feet In good order, Eeuibllshcd 1S0I, l'oit iti:NT-Misci:i.i.ANi:ous. 1""j"oit HENT-3 llUSlNKSS HOU.Mb; ilBST : location lu tho city. DJDVit. n,w.; apply on premises. .,.. JMIllSIIN-Vl-. TTADAM WII.S()N, THE 'oELKllltATEl) 111 nndwell-knuwn ipeelnllst In nil femalo complaints, -101 C street n, w. Hours from It a. in. to 8 p, in, dally, 1'nr ladles only, JaSUloteW ... "VTOW IS THE TIME. WE WILL PAY Xs "big money" for genu' nrst'Class sec- ond-hand clothing. Address or call at JL'STIFS OLD STAND, 013 D el. n w. l'HOl'OSAI.S. s ILM.UII PlIOPOXALS WILL II K ltll l filed CLt tl itftlrft nf thn MltK-rvlahli? Architect. Tieiunrr Deiurlrfieni, Wnhl,i'.'t ii. 1). C . until 2 n'rlock, p. in., on tin 11TII DAY CI' ITllltr.WtY, 1 for nil the labor nnd limtprlnU remitted tnr tli. Kin lt,v, unit run pinion (except tleintnr, besting apparatus I and tdiilnblnL'l. nf the htilMlnipfur Ilia rxlen Ion of tl'n lulled States lltircuiinf Imgrarliij and Printing nt Washington, I). C, In accord ance with tho drawing; nnd sieclileitlini, copies nt which limy bo had on application at llil'citllie, l.'ath bid must tio nrconipsiileil by a inllilnl cluck for C-.Vl. Tho Ilcpirtinciit will reject nil bids rriehed nfter tlio tlnio herein stated for openlnt; tho same: also bids whlrh iln not comply strictly with nil the re quirements or this Inrltatlou. Each prniiosil must he Inclosed III nil em elope, soiled and mrtked "Proposal for tho Krcctlnn nnd Com pletion (except Llcvapir, Heating Appsrntua and PI u m hi ng), nt the llnllding for the Kxtcn Ion ot the I , H. Ilurcan of llngrailnit and Printing at Washlirntnli, I). C" nnd oilrlrei ml to JAMi:8 II. WIMIItl.M.Kupenlsliig Archl tcit. January ', li III. Jant'iai.W.niJiibl,!. rpllHAHl'HY lini'AUTMn.NT, JANl'AUY J, in, Is'U.-rSMled I'rnpovils will h re tclird nttheortlcn nf the Superilslng Archi tect, Treasury Department, Wnshliurtmi, D, C. ui.1113 o'clock p. in. un the I'll' Fit DAY 01' I Klllll'AUY, Irtlt, for nil Iho l.Vior nnd materials required for the erection nnd cirn plctlon (cxcpl heating nnd icntlhllng np pnrntiis nnd furniture) nf the building for Draughting Itnom In snulli court of the C. M. 'I rrnsury Department Ilnlldlng nt Wellington, 1, C In nccordaiico with tho drawings mm sreclflratlnns, rnplcs of which limy lis nnd on npillcntlou at this olllce. I'.ach 1)11 must bo Accompanied by n certified check fur Ml. 'J ho Department will reject nil bids received niter the tlnio herein stated for opening tho same; also bids which do not comply strictly w llh nil the requirements ot this ln Itatlon. I'ronosnls must .bo enclosed In nn rnvelnne. sealed and marked "Proposil for tho Krectfoti nnd Completion of the Ilulldlng for tho Urmightlng lt,ooln In South Court ot the U. S. Treasury Department Huildlngnt Washington, 1). C," nnd addressed to J.t. II. WINDKI.M, HiipetTlsIng Architect. Jal l,li),lli,'ll,'H,'-il " JltOI'OiALS l'OIt mati:iiiai,s hi: quired tor tho repnlr nf public quarter ot the Colonel Commandant, If, H. .Mnrlno Corps, Washington, II, C Headquarters IJ. sj, Mnriio Corps, ()iinrtermnter's (llllce, Jnnn nry It, 1NI1. Healed Priipn'.ili In tlnpllcito will bo rccchcd nt this oflleo until 11 o'clock in. nf Iho 30th day of JANl'AUY next, fur fur nishing thn following mtlcles: 2U0 Joists 3x t xlJ long, (I Joists, 0x13x211 long, 33 Joists 3x ItixtO long, IS Joists 3x10x13 long, 3d Joists 3x 10x11 long. 30U studs 11x1x8 long, 7,";Wft. Vn. 1 IncsheatlngB In. wide, dressed on ona side; fl.ms) ft. 7x8 1 Vn. Pino flooring, ,1 In, wide; 3,0U) ft. "x8 1 Vn. Pino beaded nnd reeding wali.scontlng, 1,(K) llnei! ft. 7x8x3 In. wldo linseed whllo Pine Seconds, MM ft. Hi ln.xl3 In., tnngned nnd grooved n, Pino boards, 3,1X10 ft. White Pine beeonds If ft. II) In. lixlO. xilxl; I panel moulded prime Whlto Pino stock doors 7 ft. 1.(1 In.xl ft. Ill In. Whllo Pino trnnsnmes 7 ft. 1 In.vl ft. I In. Whlto lino door Jams, I) In. wile, 4011 ft. of Pin. moulded architraves light 1 ft. .1 In.xl ft. window snsli 3 fl. 10 V lu.xll ft. 4x4 light lxftxl window sash, 3 ft 1 t ,'sf ln.xil ft. Dili., lOxlixt douMc-boxed window frames, sash all complete ns per drawing 10 gilv. Iron Doimer window beads n per drawing nil sets complete; UK) ft. gnlr. Iron, dec. moulding, II gaiv. iron nip enters. All material in no tie. Ilvcrcd at Marino Damtcks, Washington, 1) C,, free of expense to the United Mates. ho dellicry of nil articles to bo mado within 1.1 ilnjs rrom dnte nf contract. Speclflcitlons nnd nil information can he obtained utiou nimllca- tlonto thin oflleo. This oflleo reseries the right to reject nny nnd nil bids nnd to waive defects, and bids from regular dealers only will bo considered. Proposals shonld bo ln dorsed: "Proposals for Alnterlals," nnd ad dressed In Mn6r 11.11, I.OWIIY. (junrtcrinns ter U. S, Marine Corps, Washington. Iyl3,10,30.31 jOAKNlVOHA HUII.DINO VOIl THEN A- J tlonal .oologlcnl rnrk. Smithsonian In stitution, Ofllce nt the Secretary, Washington. D. C January 17, 1S1, Sealed prnpixal will lie rccchcd nt tills oflleo until 13 m. nn JANU AHYSti, lstl.forrurnlshlng additional mate rials nndliilnr for the cuinpletlnn of thocir nlioral.nuro nt the National Zoological Park, In acrordanco w Ith draw Ings nnd encclil catlun". In bo seen at this ofllce on nnd after THUIf DAY, JANl'AUY S3, It'll. The right In reject nny or all bids or to waive defects. It It ho dcimed In tho Interest of the Government to do so. Is resened, I'rupusnls to bo Indorsed "Piftposals for Carnlvora liulliling, Znolojlcil Park," nnd addressed to S, P. LANOI.EY. hoc relarv. Smithsonian Inslltutlon. JalMt WANTKD-in:r.r. WANTED-A SETTLED WOMAN TO DO chamberwnrkund nnrso a young baby; enn go home nights; references required. Ap- ply iisb ii st. n. w. YtrANTED-BY A GOOD HOT-HOUSE. TT mnn nnd landscape gnrderier, native ot Switzerland, a position to enro for nnd Im prove homo grounds for family. Call or ad dress THEO. T. WANGOE, 13tl 1) t. n. e. WANTED-TWO OIItLS, WHITE (GEtt inan preferred); ono to cook, wash and Iron, tho other to muse; both to make them selves generally useful Applyntli37Mas.ave, WANTED-A SETTLED WOMAN TO cook, wash and Iron, Apply 305.1 OM st. n. w. Ty eighteen years ot age, to assist In gen eral housework and stay nights, .l.a.a ,J1t Vr n . Call or ad- WANTED-A COLOHED WOMAN TO COOK, wash nnd Iron In n small family; mnst remain nights. Apply at H37 It. I. are. WANTED A 11ELTAI1LE SEItVANT whlto or colored) to do general house work In small family; must be a good cook and laundress and stay nights. 133H Illggs st. n.w. TTtrANTKD-AS CHAMHEHMAID AND TV waitress a competent 'white girl. Ap pfy. with references, at 1311) Massachusetts ave, n. vy. WANTED-A OOLOHEJJlD I HL FOlt GEN cral housework; must be a good conk; no washing or Ironing; wages IS; stay nights and bring reference. 1101 F st. n, w. "YirANTED WOMAN AS CHAMBERMAID TV and to look after child: must bring ref. crence. Apply 3tni Hlllyor place; -lirANTED-A OIItL TO DO GENEBAL TV housework; must havo good reference; none other need apply. Cull at 707 P (t. n. w. WANTED-A COLOHED WOMAN FOIl waitress and chambermaid; good refer ences required. Apply after 5 o'clock at lfrll (I st. n. vv. WANTED-A COOK; WHITE GUILTEE. ferrcd; no washing or Ironing, Call nt (r-.-J II at. 11. vv. WANTED-A WOMAN TO DO WASHING, Ironing and general housework; private family. Apply at once, WW D at. n, w. VirANTED-COLOItED OIItL VOIt GEN TV ernl housework; to stay nights. 33311th ru u. w. ASTED-A OENTEeT YOUNOCOL'D man wantsnplaco ns coachman, porter nrbellmaa; will driro and work around tho house; first-class refcrenco. Call nr nddress 333111th et, n. w. Cnrapasa the door, DAVID HEED. Ja3l-1t WANTED-OIItl.FOItOHNEKALHOUSn-work In family nt three; 111 tut bo well recommended nnd willing to work. Call nt 11,30 Mass. arc, 11. w., at tl to W10 n.m.ori) to t.:H0 p. in, WANTOl-A SETTLED WHITE WOMAN for light housework; must como well rec ommended. Apply nt 4i 1st st. 11. vt, WANTED-A WHITE OIItL FOIl CHAM berwork nnd general housewurk for a small family; no children; a sultablo person will havo a good home. Inquire nt333 Dili n.w. 1ATANTED-ACT1VE COLOHED WOMAN TV Who can cook, wash nnd Iron; stay nt night nnd bring references. st. 11. vv, Apply at 13U3 K -I17ANTED Glltl. () COOK, WASH AND YY Iron for small family; must tirlu, niv: musi nriug recer Apply at I5.iuiitiist.il. w, IITANTED -GOOD GIBLFOB GENERAL VV housework; with reference; atay at night. Call at basement door, 1330 F st. 11 VirANTKD-ACTIVi: WHITE HOY TO 1 work In bakery; not under HI years. Ap ply St 0 51 h t. . e. 17A-NTED-nOOD OYSTEH COOK. A ! TT I ply SlUIPa. ne. 11, w, 1T7A ANTED-A OIItL FOlt GENERAL V housework; no washing or ironing. Call at sc8 Bib. nt. n.w WANTED-A STRONG, HEALTHY COL orcd girl for general hnurowork; must brliigrefcrence. Bit) 13th st. n. w, WANTED-HBIGIIT, ACTIVE COLOUED woman, who can cook, wash. Iron, stay at night and bring references. No, 1303 K st, n, w, -7ANTEDA (Hill, FOR GENERAL Vr housework; must stay nights; references. 1331 Net. n.w. AVANTlin-SITUATIONS. VrANTED-UY A STEADY YOUNtrC'OL V orcd man. 11 pUco as w altera coachman or footman; good references. Address II. T.X., t til w ortleo. lfANTKD-A POSITION "AS FlTHT. T clans cook In prlvrto family, can glva good city reference. Call or address 113iJth st. n, w, A' launi FlllST-CLASK COOK AND LAUNDItKSS, colored, wants 11 nlaro as coolr. or to do lndrv work by the week. Call nt Nn. Ill I cotilii 1'lace, bet, 13th and liitli met L nml M ets, n.w, ANTED -BY A YOl'N(l"willfl!OIItL, n sltuntlon as ehambermtlJ In private family. Cull 1151 3!t st , bet, M aul ets, n. w. WAfTi:il SITI'ATIONH. yANTi:i -HY WOMAN, A SITUATION ) V r.s nrst-clnss ronk In n private family. Apjd.v In '.tl Jackson ft. n. e. VWAN'I Kin- MY AN INDUSTItlOUS COL'I) Vy South, n situation ns porter or as driver unit In lake riir nf horses In lirlrntn family. and to take care nf horses In prlrnto family. Caller address l)A.Nli:i, WllBil'lIK.S Dln mnn Plare. XXrANTr.ll-SlTtfATION AS A IIUTLKK V by n thiirniightyexperlcncod jonnsiiisn; NewYiiiknnd llngllsli experiences. Aildrcss lit"! Mill, 1310 N. H. me. -ANTKD-SHTATION TO DO CHAM lerwork nnd nlnln sewing. Apply nt limSet. n.w. "lirANTLD - HY AN r.XPKIIIKNCKI) V young woinnu a place ns chamberninld; good wages expected. Address MAIIY, this inner WANTEM-1IY A IIKSPECTAIII.I) COL'I) girl, n sltuntlon In n prlrnto family as chnuitierinnlil! ran furnish good references. Apply nt l"f 301)1 st. ii, w, Wanthh-suwiniTat HOME Oil IN families; cnr. cut nnd fit. Address or call 7(i7i;thst, n, w. WANTED-IIYA HltKlllT YOf.NO COL nred mnn, situation ns rnacliman or drlirr for n doctor or to mako himself useful about tho house; good reference. Apply tiji L Ln. w irANTEii-iiY iiesVeotaiii.i: COL'I) lV boy, place In prlrato family n bell boy or go with doctor; neo 1 1 leirs, of good family from Virginia. Call Immediately, 1318 loth st. n. w. ' W" ANTED-I1Y A YOU.NO COL'I) M N. A sltuntlon ns waiter or to do nny kind of housework. Call 11.11 Sumner Court, bet. 13th and liitli, L nnd M sts. n. w. -lirANTED-A ItEGISTI'.IIED NUItSB DE VY sires einrloyment totakocaroof Invalids nnd also entire ihnrgo of Infants; references furnished. Addross Mrs. A. L. P., this ofllce. WANTED-HY A IIESI'KCTAIILU C'OL'D lad, n first-class place as waiter In prlinto family or errand boy In store; cnugtvo good reference Call nt 1310 31st st. u. w 17"ANTi:iJ- 1IY A ITIIST-CLAS'T'ct)!,'!) lV wouinn, family or geiitlemnn's washing mid Ironing; ran glie good satisfaction. Ad. dress SOU Let, n. w. -IIT-AN' ma muko bin NTED-I1Y A COMPETENT COL'I) mnn. n sltuntlon ns coachman nnd to niiike himself useful about tho house; gool references. Apply line 13th st. n. w. WANTED-HY A ItESPEOTAULE.ENEIt getlc boy, a plnco ns driver to do house work; con glio bist city icfcrcnccs, Apply 1338111th st. n. w. TITAN rANTKII- YOUNG MAN. DISEN es work 1 V gaged nfter D o'clock p. in., wishes work nr uny ki ;ind of n clerical nature. Address cli; :hk .Critic ofllce. WANTED-HY YOUNG GEttMAN Glltf., n sltuntlon Inn small prlvnte family to do general housework. 1311130th it. n, w. ViTANI r.D-A SITUATION HY A HE- 1 f spectnblo whlto girl ns chambermaid nnd waitress or nurse. Address lilt) II st. n. w. Jio cards answered. -irANl ED-1IY A Itr.SPHCTAIW.n COI.'D lV girl a situation III a private family lo cook, wnsh nud Iron; must go homo nt nights; good refs. Apply 1(110 11th st, n, w. WANTED-HY A COLOHED WOMAN who Is experienced In dressmaking, situ Hon as seamstress by tho month or week; goud reference. Call or nddress 515 M st. n. e. WANTED-YOUNG MAN 31 YEAHS OF ngo desires po-ltlon ot nny kind. II. ETTEIt.T-JSNave. n.jv. WASTED YOUNO"MAN OIHIOOD EDU cntlon desires position connected with the press; experience rather than salary the object. Address COItltESPONDENT, this nflli e. i:d-iiy a young coloued girl, situation ns nurse: can glva refer ences, lsii-lit st. n.w, WASTED-LADY W1SIIESA POSITION ns organist or will give lessons; terms rcasonnble. Address 308 Mh st. s. c. WANT ED-11Y YOUNG MAN OF STEADY habits, quick nnd accurate nt figures, a position ns nsslstnnt bookkeeper or other ofllce work. Address Dox 383, City 1'intpfflcc, WANTED-HY A SETTLED WOMAN. A place as general housoworkcr In a small Frlvntc family; good references. Address 710 st. n. w. WANTED-HY A ItESPBCTAHLE COL'D girl, situation In n prlrnto family as rbnmbcrmnld goou wages expccicu, Appiy 313 O (t. t. VV. WANTF.D-SITUATION AS IIUTLKK BY a German thoroughly competent In 'every respect; bestot references given. 35Lst.n. w. -ITTANTED-DY-A YOUNG LADY. TYI'E- YY writing or copying at homo. Address O. 1 . 1-., , this ofllce. YY able colored man ns ditvernr to wait on gentleman; can rnrnisn good references, au ress M. H., 1117 Hth st. n. w. lirANTED- BY A NEAT, HELI ABLE COI.- YY ered girl, situation as nurse. uuation ai nurse, can or rui' dress 1701 Higgs et. ANTED-HY A 15-YEAH-OLD COL'D bov. n a tuat on or any k nd. JOHNNY SWAltT, 3110 10th st. n. vr. VA-NTKD-MISCKI.r.ANEOUS. 1T-ANTKD INSTBUCTOB IN ENGLISH VY trom 7 to 8 p. ra. at 508 13th at. n. w. E. 8TEABMAN. fXTANTKD-TO BUY". ON EASY PAY- TT menta, n eood tTnewrlter: Itemlngton preferred. Addreaa It. M. C. this oraco. ' l'OIt SAI.K-AND K1SNT. TJKALItSTATETlULLETIN. TnoMASE. WAGOAJIAN, 917 P atrect. Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays. THBEE-STOBY BRICK AND FHAMK HOUSES FOlt HALE. NonrnwEST. 1013 10th et.bh.m l,10r .-..IS.OOO 3T3UMst, bh, 14 ra ,",. 10,000 llS8 18tht, th, t) ra and 4 housea rear... 10.0JO 1138 fith et, bb,0 rt 8,000 1431 Boundary, b, in 1,8 r 7,100 HISTet, bh,7r K.033 HUOthst, bh, ml.Sra 4,7V) 3311-3318 7th st.bb, water, Ur 4,500 3355 K St, b h, 10 rs , 3,000 11S3 SCth St. b h, 8 rs 1,503 Alley bet Slst and 33d, M and N ets, li b, Ore i.. l.W.l TWO-STOBY UBICK AND FBAME HOUSES FOB SALE. nunijiwi, 3311 to 3213 10th ft, bh, 4 nnd 0 ra.. 1717 Paavo.fh.il re ii.OOO SI-KJ 1 IU ID VI JiriCUB V.UUTI, IJ II, VI, u,mu C01 tu Oil N II nve and 4 houses 011 F ft., 14,00) 1733 to 1741 E st, 0 rs Kfim 13331 st, fh.Irs , i. 8.000 lbSO o st, b h, 8 r t,1) 1 to 0 alley bet. M nnd N, 13th and 13th. 0.OXI list) to 1151 .V 33d t, f h, I r n,0J0 4Uto441 Prather's alley, b li, Irs O.OtX) 1 to 16 O'Brlen'a Court, b li, 4 rs. UNIMPBOVED PROPERTY FOB SALE. J.0I1T1IWE9T. Tcr foot. $1 03 3 73 Kdhst.betT and U O st. bet 15th and Hall loth et bet M and Nets 1 7.1 34th st bet L and M sts 1 ,V) Florida ave bet N Cap and O ets 1 50 lllth st bet E nnd F 1 33 Dumbarton ave and Benllet bet Will ami 31st st 1 3.1 SOih st bet N and O I 31 O st bet 1st nnd 3d sis 1 U0 B and C.SUth and Slst sts 50 HOUSES FOlt BENT. Per month 1D0A4K sta w, 13 rs J ink) S7SUM stn vv, II r 33 IX) 1134 N J nycu w,8r 3.1 00 1311 Slst stn w, 11 rs 30 00 13l78lsttn w, U r SO Oil lSii.'Mstae, 7r 18 3) lNlii Mh st 11 w (poss April 1), 5 rs 18 00 43'Il)elavoaw-,&r 13 3.) Bear 1333-3.1-S7.3U-a) 4X st s w, 4 rs 0 IX) 3d and 3d floors 4'I7 Washington st 11 w. li ml Bear 735 Sd it a w, 3 r 0 00 STORES, OFFICES ETO, Str nnd dwg lino ltlth etnw, 11 rs $1 00 U n.wl .1.. .. 1,,.l l u , I.N T ,.1 Htrnml dg l.Mllitlist nw.Ors.'..'.'!!!!'.'. 71 U) nail vn iioor Sll' IWIIl SI II VV IAI IKI Htranddwgui8 7thetew, lire 40 ill Str nnd dwg 5i)lt stn w, II rs 3.1 0J 4i Ln ave, 1st floor, 3 front rs 30 00 4(8 La aye, 4th floor, 3 re 41 on Storeroom 331 Ket no 8 HO Shop rear 1030 O et 11 w 3 00 LOANS. In dims to suit at 1) per rent. HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. Sate ne I). H. IhiiiiIs. six per cent., payahlo quarterly, liieumeot 11,000. bmnll picinlum charged Tho above la only a portion of tho property on 111)' books. For full list call at otllco fur bulletin Issued on tho 1st and lMh. T. E. WAOOAMAN. MONUV TO LOAN. sy,f ONEY TO LOAN ON HEAL JISTATH OR ItL ftret-oas teciirltles nt lowest Mies ot Interest, No delay where security Is gno I, O. O. (1RKEN, 30.) 7th st n vv. JVfONEY," 1Y1 IN ALL SUMS, TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE SECURITY, AT 5 AND 0 PER OE.NT. M. M. PARKER, 1418 F et. MONEY TO LOAN lu Hums to Suit. On apnroied Heal Estato Hrcnrlty, II. II. WARNElt CO., till F it n w. aimtiom sai.i:m. riEdltOE W. S11CKNEV, Auctioneer, H Br) Hloventlislrcot. TliPFIIKS'SALEoFvEltYVALrAMI.EIM I'l.OMII) PltOPEIt'lY, IIKING ItOfsl'.s n UllAMIinn V STHEET SOUTH U EST. lly virtue of two (31 reilalti deeds of trut rnuidcd respectliely lu Liber 1301, Folio Ii et seq , nnd HVI. rt seq , one of I Ii'; Inud records , fnrtheDlstilctnlCiiIiiniblii, nnd nt lliowrll- ten request nf the hnlter of Iho notes serurnd i tlerebv. wc will offer for silo, nt iiubllcnii Hull. In front nf the pieml-es, nil IONIIAV. n in: so day or feihhauy a d.. iku. at 4:10 o'clock p. m, the follow liig-desrrlbc.l propeity, In Hie city nf Washington, District ot Ciiluuihln, tn-wltt All tit hits numbered sixty-eight d nnd sixty-nine (i). In Mary Ponuell s subdivision of part of squnroniim Icrcd twiihuiiilird mid tlilrty-tlip (111), ns the same Is rcconrrif In Liber Nit. 13, l'cillnUT, or the records of the Surveyor's Oflleo ot the Ills Hlrt nf Coliimbln. Terms, of snle: One-third cash and the Inl nnre lu one (1) mid two (3) years, with Interest i.t the rate of six (U per centum per milium, payable semi-annually mid secured by n deed of trust on tho property sold, or nil cish, nl the option of (tin pun baser, $I(H) deposit will be require d on carh lot nt the tlnio of sale. All ronvejnnclng nnd rccnrdlng nt purcli ier'n cost. 'Irrmsto lipinmplli'd with InlSdajsor the propeity w 111 be resold lit tho rhk nnd cot of the defaulting purchaser nfter .1 days' ro advertisement In Tim Wi-nisimiv ciiitic. 1.01'IS EISEI.N, JAS. 11, MA lilt, Jo3l-eod,Vds Trillees. l'OIt ItllNT ItOtlMS. 1701T "ii" i" :nt 1 1 7 istii st n. w ; ist J.1 floor, parlor mid bed room, finely fur nished, (v.1 per month; .Id story, front, for two persons, hnll room, f7. 0 able 7011 HENT-LAIIOD 3D STOIIY FRONT room; newly furnlsiied; new house; suit- for two or more; hot home, table board; labia boarders 1 nlso wanted 7U"i Gth st. 11. w. T.lOIl IIENT-1011 17111 ST., BETWEEN K I' nnd I, sts., bright, pleasant furnlrhe.l rooms and good table board nt reasonable pilrcs; reduction mado to olllce people nud when two or mote occupy a room. T.-soit 1IENT-1II0O HT.'nTwT, FUltNlSHED .1' rooms; near Illggs House; also llrst-lluor suite for ofllce parlors. 1,-SOHIIENT-fNruiTNISIIEI)-PLKA3ANi ! Hilrd-flnor back room. At WI K st. 11. w. JriOIt HENT-1N PIHVATE FAMILY, EN ; lire third floor; 3 rooms unfurnished to gcther or separately; good table board con venleut. Apply luri 33d st,, cor, I., near circle nnd f ars. 17011 llTwTFt'IlNISHKD-FllONT IIOOM; V good size, with largo closet, on 2d tloor, 1.138 ft st.; outlook on 1 It la st.; SIS, Including gas. Also hall room adjoining for $0; to gen tlemen only. IjioK BENT-NICELY FUltNlSHED SEC L1 olid-floor room, with elegant folding bed. '.38llllist.il. w. fjlOH HENT-10nS0TlfsT. SEAIt K, 3 UN L1 furnished rooms, suitable for light boitse keeping; new' house; tiirunco heat; gus, .bath, etc. Deferences required. I"JH)It IIENT-IIOOMS. APPLY lIliYTH ST. ! n.'w. T'jiOK BENT-BOOMS, WITH OH WITHOUT 1 lnunl. In iirlvnln riiiiilli l.llli; llst.s.u. inie minute from lltlist.; Belt can every few. jimmies. 170 H llEST-FltONTPAKI.OIt.WlTII BED ' room connccllng; furnished or unfiir- uisiieo; open grate nrr; uoaru u uesircu. ii.n Pcnn nve. F TiOIt LENT-LAIitlE COMMUNICATING rooms, 3d floor; elegantly furnished, bath, Ac: also two 3d-slory rooms, front nnd rear: nicely lurnlshed; meals lt desired. 513 Iltli st. n. w. F IOH BENT SHU PA. AVE. N. W IN PEL vate family, two cominuulcatlug rooms: lurnlshed. -ITIOlt KENT- ONE FUltNlSHED BOOM 1' nnd two luifnrulabed; second Hour: suita ble for light housekeeping. Apply 3117 II st. n. vv, IjioiT" BENT TlfllEE "UNFuTtSlsllED communlcntlng rooms; southern exposure; bay window; electric cars pass tho door; price, li Including gas and hrnt: nil mo lern lm provements. Ajiply to OWNER, II N st. 11. vv. JJIOIt BENT 3 LOWEIt FLOOBS, 3 BOOMS and kitchen (nr part ot samo) of houso 813 . Cap. et.; nil mod. Imps. Inqtitro 011 prem ises. Pi Kill HENT-3 UNFUHN1S1IED BOOMS ON 3d floor; bent nnd bath; rent, $17; nlso ono nicely furnished room; 1st floor. 811 tin. E W) 11 st., next to Shoreham. FOIl BENT-BOOMS, WITH FIRST-CLASS boardat 73l13tli St. n. w. FOBJtEST3 BOOMS, 1101 L ST. N. W.; with or without board TTIOR BENT 131!) N ST. N. VV-PLEASANT 1 rooms with board, with New Englnnd fani Hy. IJSOH BENT-DELIRHTFUL BOOMS ON ; 3d and 3d floors; furnished or unftirnlshcj; modern conveniences; private family. 1301 K m. n. w. TOIt BENT-1II0 G bT. N. W.-IIANI). V somely furnished rooms, single or en suite, with or without board. 17IOB BKNT-817 15TII AND 1501 11 ST. N. ' w. Handsomely furnished rooms, single andenenltc; open flres 17 keep IOH BENT-30UO II HT. N.W.-3 COMMIT nteatlnc rooms, eultahle for light house- eeplng; convenient to hcrdlca and cars. FOB BENT-1133 13TH ST. N. W.-LABOE, nicely furnished 3d story front room In a email private family. FOBJBENT-lSlfl 8TII ST. N. W.-l NICELY furnished room, with heat, gas aud bath; $15 per month. 17IOH BENT-SEVERAL COMFORTABLY " I1 fnrnlshed rooms, with bonrd, heat, gas and .hath; also use of parlor aud piano; home com ions, too it si. 11. vv. FOB BKNT-PLBASANT 3D FLOOR. HAY Window; gas, heat and bath un same floor; near cars, market and caterer; housekeeping allowed. lSUSOet. n. w. E)B 001 et. BEST HANDSOMELY FUltNlSHED room on 3d floor, with dressing and largo 1114 M st. n. w. OB HENT-3 BOOMS AND BATH, 3D story; southern nnd eastern exposure. Ap- ply iissiriu si. 11. w. , twi-j,k n 'n xj W.-FUIt. room, with 'nlshed largo 3d story front noard tor 8; references. ron iiKNT-iiorsns... TTIOlt BENT-UNFURNISIIED- "' last) M st. n. w 1.1 rs fins 31 1413 Mass. ave., 17 rs. and stable 3U no 1337 M et. n. w 15 rs HM 07 1SS5 M st. n, w 15 r 150 0) 1338 M st. n, v 15 is 1100,1 14th st. ex., 13 rs 13.10) 1417 Mass. ave. 11. w 13 rs 1310) ia)8 II et. n. w 13 m 1 1.1 M 1til4Slst st. n. v lire lll 00 IMSCnnn. nvo 11 rs Ill 57 ISlSConn. ave.. Hlrs 87 M) Duo 14th st. n. v !lrs str. nnddw.;.... S'l 31 Kiai'rt.n. w., lira M .11 18.13 (I st., 0 rs 71 oil 1X17 Ost. n. w 13 re 71 HO fXSEst.n, w 13 rs 71 (II IM3N. Y. nve. n.w, tin M t) 1403 Chnpln et 11 ra (fl )) 1114 11th it. 11. w.,3rs., flat 50 0) 1401 stoughton st li r M M irotill et. 11. w.,8 rs 11 00 INI It st. 11. w., 11 rs 40 (tl s07Sdst, n, w 7rs 3101 HKISITtliet. n. v eu and dwg :n IK) 17n0 1' st. 11. w.. str. nnd w arerooins .'11 00 lBSOSWhst. n. w.,7re 31 1) 1534 3tllhet.il. w., 8rs 31 no 1,3151 st. 11. w.,6 rs 3.) an 3101 7th st. 11. w 3 rs. and str lx Oil 3103 7th st., 3 rs. and str 15 m l.l Poineioy st 5 r UU) l,V.i Pomerny sl.,3rs 13 00 '1 he aliovu liouses can ho exnnuccd by per inlt fiolu our oflleo only. '1110MAS J. FISHER ,t CO., 1331 Fst n.w. toil sai.i:. IJiOlt riAI.IV-CIIEAl'-STOCK I1 tnrea ot bnkery, confectionery. nud notions stnre; rent moderate. mediately, 731 Mil. nve. n. e. AND FIX- furnUlilius Apply lm- I.IOIt HALF. OB EXCHANGE FOlt GENTLE 1' mnn s riding or driving nutnt 3 suburban hits; valuable. Address I EN II Y. this unit 9 KAII.IiOADS. OHESAl'BAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY. ROUTE. Schediilo In effect January 1,19)1. Trains leave Union Depot, bUth mid B elrects, 10.37 n. 111. for Newport Sews, old Point Comfort nnd Norfolk dally. Arrlvo at Old Point at 11 :m p. 111, nnd Norfolk at 11.5.1 p. m. 8.30 a, in.- Cincinnati Express dilly for sta tions 111 Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky and Cincinnati. Vcntlhulo Sleepers lhro.Mli without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 0.35 p. m. 11.10 p. m.- F. F, V. Vestltiulo Limited, dally. Solid trains, with dining rare, run throiuli without change to Cincinnati. Vestibule Sleeper for Lexington and Louisville. Pull nan Cara are open to receive passengers at U p. ro. Olllce, 513 Pennsylvania avenue. 11, V. FULLER, lien, l'aei. Agent, IIAII.KOADS). Mil HMO.SD AND DANVILLE TtXll.llOAD XX, 0. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JANU Alii. I, IKIl. Trains Ionic, and nrrlvc nt Washington. from I'cmsylinrln Passenger station, nirner sixth" nrd II streets nortliMest. Kli) n In - East lennessee mall, dllly for Warrenlop. (lordonsvllle. Chnrlolesyllle.Lyneh tV,,!,Mr'"' ':J".,."';l"r 1 1in,,,,J """' ,1'? '!' ! lurg.rr.il stations between Alexandria nnd cnuing, ifonuokc. Ilrlslol, KnoxtlUe, ttnnooga nnd .Memphis. :3I n. in Fast mall dally for Cnltiener. Cliarlollrvllle, stations I hesnneakn nnd Ohio route. Lynchburg, Itncky .Mount, Danville and nntlot.il between Lynchburg and Danville, Grvei'siorn', Balclgh, Charlotte, t'nbimbla, Augii'ta. Atlantn, lllrmlngham. Montimmery, NewOilcnns, Texas nnd California, Pullinaii Sleener New lork to Atlanta. Piillmnii Sleeper AllantatoJS'ew. Orleans, nnu I'lillman Ski per Dnnvlllo via Columbia nnd Augusta lu.Mncnii, On.; Pullmmi Sleeper Washington to Cincinnati, via Chesnpenkoanil Ohio. Solid trains Washington lo Atlanta. 1:1,(1 p, m - Dally, except Sunday, for Man sas, strnshuig. anil Intermediate s tatliins. 4:'IS. p m Buns dally In Lynchburg. Pull man Sleeper, Washington to Memphis, ni LynchbniR and Bristol, lliiop. m Western express dally fur Mams. sai.Climtnllcsilllr, l.nulsillli', and Cincinnati. Solid Pullman Vestibule trains, Washington to Cincinnati, with Pullman Sleeper Washing, ton to Louisville. 11:30p.m. SoiilhrrnrxprrssdallyfiirLynch. burg, linnv tile, Raleigh, Aehevllle, Charlotte, Columbia, Augustn, A I Inula, Montgomery, New (rlcnns."lcxns.nudCnlirnriiln. Pullman vesti bule Sleeper Washington In New Orleins, via Atlanta and Montgomery. Pullman Sleeper New lork nnd Washington to Ashevllle and Hot Springs, N ('., via Salisbury, nlen Wash ington to Augusta, via Danville nnd Charlotte. Trnlrs 011 Washington and Ohio divMuu ler.vo l'.(S) n in. daily, aril p.m. dally, nnd 4: 13 11. m. drily except Sunday; returning nrrlto at Wcrhlngloii K.'JI a, in., 5: 1.1 p. in. dilly and 7.01 a, 111. dally except Sunday 'llirnucli trains friini the Honlh sla Char lotte, Danville mid Lvuchbiirg arrlto In Wash ington 0:53 a. m.. 1U:'.5 a, m. nnd 7:50 p. m.; vU Bait Tennessee. Bristol nnd Lynchburg nt 1:0.1 p. m.; via Chesnpenkr anil Ohio ronto and Chdrlotlsvillo at 3:18 p. in., nnd 7:V) p. 111. Slrnsbtirg lorn) nt 10: 17 n. in. Tickets, sleeping rnr reservation and Infor mntlon furnished mid baggage checked nt nfllce, ISO 1'n. nvo., nnd at passenger station PeiiLs ltanla Itallroad, nth and 11 sts. JAS. L. TAYLOR. jaiil-PI-tf General Passenger Agent. , riVllE GREAT PENNSYLVANIA HOLTE J. to tho North, West nnd Southwest. D011I lo Trnck. Splendid Scenery, Steel Balls, Magnificent Equipment. In Eir).cTJwuAiivl'J,Itt)l. ' Triiliu leave Washlngtnn from station cor ner ot Sixth and II streets, ns follows: Foil I'lTTsnt'no and tho West, Chicago Lim ited Express nf Pullman Vestibule Cirs at 1050 n. in, dally; Fast Line, 10 50 a.m. dally In Chicago, Columbus, and St, I. mils, with. Pallor Car Harrleburg to Pittsburg, and Sleeping Car from I'ltUihurg lo Indlanapn lla, I lttsburg to Columbus; Altooim tu L hi cngn. St. I.nuls, Chicago nnd Cincinnati Jixpress, :i:)p m. dally, rnrlor Car wash-. Ington to Harrlsburg nnd Sleeping Cars Har rlslmrg to St. Louis, Chlcjign nnd Cincin nati, and Dining Cnr Harrlsburg to St. Louis, Chicago Hid Cincinnati. Wctcrn Ex press 017.10 p. m. dully, with Sleeping Cam Washington lo Chicago nnd St. Iittls, con necting dally nt Hnrrlihurg with thro'igli sleepers for Louisville and .Mrmphtii. I"ull man Dli.lng Car 1 lttsburg to IMchmond nnd Chleaeo. Pacific Express, I0M) p, m. dilly for 1 lttsburg and tho West, with thriMitfi SJcrrertu l'lttiburg mid I'lltsbiirg to Chi. rngn, BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD Foil Kant, Canondalgua, Hochrgter nnd Nlng nrn Fnlls dally, except Sunday, 8 10 a, m. I'm: Euin, Cauandalgua nud lloehester dlly; for Itnfinlo nnd Niagara dally, except Satur day, Kivd p. m., with Sleeping car Washln ; tun to Rochester. For. WliMAMsmiiT. Rochester nn I Nlajiri Falls, 7.1D p. I", daily, except Saturday, with Sleeping Cnr Washington to lloehester. Ton Will iamsI'oiit, ItenoTo and Llmlra at v 10.50 a, m. daily, extent Sunday. Foil Wu.mamsi out dally, 3 DO p. in. Poll FiiiLADLi ruiA,- New York nnd the l-t, 7.311, '.'.KI and 11.01 a. m.; IS II, S.10, 3.1.1, 4.31, ,',.IP, lOOiinnillt.rvip, m. On Sunday. 0 0J a. in., 13.1.1, 3.1(1, 3.13 4.30. 10.00 nnd ll.33n. in. Limited Express of Pullmnn Parlor cars,, with Dining Car, to Sew York, '.i.-IO a. in. dally, except Sunday, Fun Nt.w YiuiKfl.M.Y, Limited Express wltll Dining Car, 3 00 p. in. dally. FoniI'iiil.AOi:U'iiiA "Ni.r, Fast Express 810 11. m. week-days, aud 4UO p. 111. dally. Ex press Sunday only, 3.40 p. m. Foil Boston, without change, 3.15 p.m. every clav. Foil BnnoKI.iN, N. Y all through trains eon nect nt Jersey City with bnata of Brooklyn Annex, arfordlng direct transfer to Fulton stiect, avoiding double ferriage ncroea New York city. . Fon Atlantic Citv, 13.13 p. m. week days, 11.35 p. m. dally. -Foil Hai.thic.hf., 0.3.1, 7.20, 8.10, 9.00. 1,10, 10 (11, 10 50, lLUland 11. WI a. m 13.1.1, 3.10, 3.15. 3.30,4(0,4.30, 4.30,3 00, 5.40, fi 00, 7.10, 10.0(1 nnd 11.35 p.m. On Sunday, !)no, tiai, 1050 n. m., 13.15, 3.10, 3.13, 3.30, L09, CS"), 8.00, 3. W, MO, 7.40.1000 and 11.33 p.m. Fon 1'orL'a Cheek Link, 7.30 a, m, and 4.3Jp. , m. dally, except Sunday. Fon ANNAroLis, 7.30 and 9 00 a. m HJjO and 4.30 p. m. dally, except Sunday. Sundays, tl.(X) a. in. aud 4.3U p. m. WAS11INGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY. in ErrrcT januaht 19, 1811, Fon AtEXANtiniA, 1.30, 8.35, 7.11, &10, 9.13, 10 51 a.m.: 13.01 noon, S.0.1, 3 30, 4.35,453. 11.01, 8.03, 10 05 and 11.3:1 p. m. On Sunday at 4.30, 7.45, 11.15, 1057 a. m.; 3.30, (1.01, 8.03 and 10.05 11. ni. ActosiMoiiATloN for (Inaiillcn, 7.45 a. in. and 4 55 p. m. week days. 7.13 a. m. Sundays. FonlluilMONp and the South, 4.30 and 10.57 " a.m. dolly. Accommodation 1.55 p. 111, week days. Tnaiva leave ALBXAnniA for Washington, (105, 7.05, 8.00, 0.10, 10.1.1, 11.11 a.m.; 1.3.),.).l, .1.50,5.10,0.05,7.05,9.30,10.50 and ll.Oflii.ro. On Sunday nt 9.10 and 11.11 a.m.; 3.03, 3.10, 7 (15. 7.40, 9.30 and 10 50 p. m. T tcketa and Information at the office, north cast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue, and at the station, whero ordora enn be left for the checking nf baggage to destination from hotels and residences. CHAS. 11. PUGH, J. II. WOOD. General Manager. General Passenger Agent. -T ALTIMOBE Vfc OHIO BAILBOAD. Schedule In effect January 1, 1801. Leave Washington trom station corner of N:i? Jersey avenuo and C street. , Fon Chicaoo and Northwest, Vcstlbnlfd Limited express dally 11,30 n. m., express 8.30 p. m. Fon Cincinnati, St. Loula and Indlanapolla, express daily, 3.30 and 11,30 p. m. Fon I'lTTsni'lin and Cleveland, cxprcsa dally, 11,30 a.m. nnd awiii.m. Fon Lexington nnd points In tho Shenandoah Valley, 110. H) a. m, Fon WiNCUKSTti! nnd way Stallone, 13.30 p.m. Fon Li'iiAY, '8.511 p. m. Fon BALTiMonK, week dajra, 4 05, BOO, H.S5, 7.30, 7.30, 18 (10, 43-mInUtes), 8,30,9.33, (11.00, 13 CO. 43-mlniites), a. m.. 13 10, 3.15, 3 50, (J.15 lo-ininuirsi, .i.a.i, z.i, s..si (J.isi, -iniuuirsi, 5.01.5 00,0 0(1, 0.13, D.30, 7.15, 7.30, 9 0O, 1010 and ll.a) p. m. Sundnys, 1 05, 7.30, 7.:0, 8.30, 11.3.1 a.m.. (1 J 00, .15-mlnntes), 1 00, 3 15, 350, 3.85, 4.:a), (.10(1, 4Vnilnutea), 5 03, CIS. 6.S0, 184.108.40.206(1,10.3(1, 11.30 p.m. Fon Way tTATinvs brtween Wasblngtnit and Baltimore. 6 00, (1.35, 8.30 a. m U 10, S.33,4.:M, H.30, 7 SO; 11.30 n. m. Sundays, 8.30 a. m , 1.C0, 3.33. 4.30, 11.30, 7.M1, J1.0U p. in. Tiiainb LIAVclbiltlmnro for Washlngtnn week days, 6(H), li.30, 11.30, 7.15. 7 30, ftOO, S.'B, ti an, 1030. lo.:n a.m.; 1300,13.10,3.10, -jto, 31,4 15. 5 00,(1.110, 1130, 703,7.31), 7.40,8.30, ti 03, 1(1 10, 10 3U nml 11.110 p. ni, Snndnys, 0.S0, 7.15, b 30, RIB, 0.11. 10.3(1, 10 35 a. III.; 13 tllC. 1.0.1, 310. 3.30. 1.1.1. 5 01), 030,7.05,7.30,7.10,8.30, 10.10, 10.30 and 11.00 p.m. Fon Annai'olis, n.35 and 8.30 a, in., 11.1U and 4.35 p. m. Sundnys, 8 30 a. m. nnd 4 30 p. ni. Lenve Annapolis Q 35, 8.37 n. m 13.05, J.VJ p. ro, Sundnys, 8 30 ft. in., 3 M p. m. Fon Stations on tho Mrtronollun Ilianch, 1,15 p, in. For principal stations only, 110.W n. m 14.30 nnd 15.30 p. m. Fon GAiTiiEi'.sni'iiu nud Intermedlnte points, 111,15, 19.00, klO.W, a. 111., 113.50, 13.3.1, t4 31, 6.35, J11U), 1U.3.1 p.m. Fonllovn's and Intermediate stations, 7.C0 (i. ro. Ciii'iicu Tn.MN lenies Washlngtnn cm Sunday nt 1.13 p. in., stopping nt all station on Met ropolitan Branch. Foil EnLDLliliH, 111.30 a.m., 11.13, U.30, 14.30 p. m. Foil Hacilustown, 110.10 n. m., and 13.30 p. ro, TiiainS nrilic friim Chicago dally 11.50 a. m. and I 1.1 p .in.; from Cincinnati and St, Lonln tnlly3.Mla.iii. and 3 0.1 p, ni.; from l'lttiburg T.lOn. in., 4.13 p. in, dally. LOYAL BLUE LINE FOR SEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA. Foil New Yoiik. Trenton nnd tho East, 4 (15, 18.00, Hl.lKI, 'I-Jtsia. in., S3.50.S5.00 and 10.30 p m. Bullet Pnrlnr Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on the lO.oO p. in., open i 9.00 P in. Fun Boston '2 50 p. m. with Pullmnn Buffet Slenplug Car running Ihrnuch to iloston without change, via Pougtikeepslo Bridge, landing paiscngne in II, & M. etatlou nt Boa Inn. Foil 1'itiLAUM.riiiA. 4 0.1, 1800. 1000, ia.t, noon, 3 Ml, 5 WI, 11.11 and HUO p. in. Foil Slwaiik, Del , Wilmington nud Chester, I (15. 18.HU a. in., 13.00 uiion, J.50, 5 0.1, U.13, and 10.30 p. in. Limited express stopping at V llmlnglou only, '10 1 a. in. Fun iNTHiuiniAiK points between Baltlmnro and Philadelphia, 15.00 aud i7.'.D n. m , 13 13, 3.35 p. in. Tkains leave Sew York for WrMrtngton, U CO, 1 11,30 a, in., 3 00, 3.30, 3 (X) p. in. and ISIS night. Tiiains leave Philadelphia for Washington, 4 VI, M5, 11.33tt. 111., 11. 10, 1.31, U.03,7.34 p. in. Fun Atlantic Citv, Inland 1000a in., 17.00 .noon, sni'days, 4 05 a. in., 13 (X) noon. lExcepl. Sunday, 'Dally. Sunday only. Haggngo called for nnd checked from hotels and rcildencce hy Union Transfer Co. on orders led nt ticket others, UU and 1351 l'cnnsy Iranla avruueand at depot, J. T ODELL, CHAS. (). BCl'LL. Gen. Manager. Ucn. Face. As't. IV m