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TnE OBITIO, WASHINGTON, D. 0., MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10, 1891.. k TIipOUSE ON THE HILL. rr.oenniNGs in thi: house and SENATE TODAY. Tliciaw-Makcrs Find Mttlo to Interest in Hearting I'nMIc Conference He irt On the ForMlcatlons Dill (greed to. SKNATl!. lillho Bcnoto today tho credential! of fc'cnprs Jones of Nevada nml Mitchell of Orrin for tlio terms beginning tho 4tli of Jhrcii next wero tiled. Af-csoliitlon was ntloptocl directing tlio tceielaryof tho Interior to conslibr tho Mptdlcncy of tlio establishment of a IKTJiancnt Census Ilurcati and to report to tlio Senate of tho next Congress. Ulio conference report on tlio Fortifica tion Appropriation bill was agreed to. Mr. McCoiiiiell addressed tho Foiiato In ruYocacy of his bill of January 13, direct mt proceeding of condemnation to bo rem in en ceil (within sixty days) against tlii Union and Central lfarlfio railroad, inmldlngfor lliotssuo of Treasury notes icillionniouttt of ?2no,000,0000; that money ti bo used in order to pay off tho JOrt.ttB, MO subsidy bonds, tho iH,3S0,000 tint niortgngo bonds and tho $10,120,003 in como bonds issued by thoso corporations; tho assessed valuo of thotr stations and trrininnls, their Heating Indebtedness and tho accruing claims against them, but not lo pay any of their capital stock and pro- vumg in ui wncn tneso iiavrr r6adc, tho roads and nil tlielr payments nro real and icrsonal property (excepting tho grants of land) shall bo vested In tho llnltcdHtatcs tlio railways to be leased for rt tcrni of years. At tho closo of Mr. AlcConnell's remarks tlio bill was rercrred. Tlio Houso joint resolution to correct an error of punctuation In tho Tariff act of IKK) (relating to twine) was passed. Tho Senate then prooccdetl to tho con sideration of tlio Diplomatic and Consular Appropriation bill. Tho following coin initlco amendments wcro agreed to: Making the mission to Mexico n flrst rlass illusion, rnnklng with France, (Icr limnv. Great Britain and Kmsln. with n nalary nf $17,000. Striking out the Item of 910,000 for n Ailulstcrfo the Central American States, and.lnsertlng two Items of 810,000 each lor n .Minister to Guatemala and Hondu ras and fur a Minister to Nicaragua, Costa Jtlca and San Salvador. Mr. Cameron submitted an amendment to tho Sundry Civil bill appropriating ?22,U00for finishing tho approaches, etc., to tlio JJomilngioii Monument in Ver mont. HOUSE. In the Hogso to-day, Mr. K. II, Taylor, rising to n personal explanation, said that on Saturday lost, In tho heal of debate, ho liad used languago toward tho gonllemau from Illinois (Mr. l'ltlilati) which ho was immediately sorry for. llu had said that the gentleman had a right to mako a fool uf himself, but not with ids (Taylor's) consent. Tho words wero unreasonable, unparliamentary, and Unjust, and ho apologized to tho Homo and to the gentle man, and regretted exceedingly that ho wri", under thocxollciiieiit of tlienioincnt, it ihicul to mako use of them. Mr. Flthlan said that utter hearing tho ircnly statement of Mr. Taylor liu ac atrial Ihonjiology in tlio same spirit In which it liad been mad?. Tlic conference report on tho Army Ap propriation bill was adopted. Mr. Doisey introduced a resolution pro kllni:tliat on Wednesday, l'Vbruary 18, tlio llouso shall consider a bill to carry into effect tho recommendations of tlio International American Confcr inco by tho incorporation of tlio Intctnattonul American B.ink, .and tliut at -1 o'clock on that day tha pre vious question shall bo considered ordered on tho bill and pending amendment. Mr. Owen of Indiana reported u hill amending tho various acts relative to Im migration and tho importation of aliens under contract. On objection being iniulo that moro lime should bo given for its consideration, the measure was withdrawn forthojiresent. Tho Houso then went into Committeo of tho "Whole on thfi Indian Appropriation bill. JSeprcscntalive Langston of Virginia In troduced a bill providing that February 12 (Lincoln's birthday) and April 27 (drain's birthday) bo hereafter observed as na tional holiday. A Proposed lucrciiic. Mr. F.varts to-day gave notlco of un amendment ho would propose to tho Sun tli j- Civil bill to increaso the appropriation for tho maintenance of tlio law depart ment of Howard University to 53,000. To l'ny Joseph Henry's Daughter. Mr.Sherman to-dayproposcdan amend ment to iho Sundry Civil Appropriation bill to pay tho daughters of Joienh Henry, secretary of tho Smithsonian In stitution, for riunablo public services run tiered by paid Joseph Henry. Tho District Miiy Get n Day. Tlicreis a very good prospect of tho Dis trict of Columbia getting a day to itself before tho adjournment of Congress, d'cncral Grout, tho chairman of tho Houso District Committeo, has been par ticularly busy in working to that cud (luring tho past week, Tiiis morning ho received assurances from Speaker Heed and tho Itcpiibllcan leaders of a character as favorablo as it ivas poesiblo for tho latter to give. These nssurdiices nro to tho effect that If bv any means Iho other business of tlioHmso will permit tho District shall have next Monday. Tlio appropriation bills may Intervene to prevent this, but General Grout docs not think that they will. Ho thinks that tbcro is really no doubt of tho fact that tho District will havo next Monday. .Mr. Clements of Georgia, member of Iho District subcommittee of tho Houso Appropriations Committeo, and ouo of tho best friends that tho District ever had in Congress, said to-day: "Tho Districtof Columbia ought tohavo i:cxt Monday. Its business has been nut nstdo too often. It has bills In hand that ought to bo amended by all means. It would bo but lustico to ulvo itndav beforo adjournment. Illdl o Ground fur riilliirtclplilrt' Post nlllee. Senator Morrill to-day, from tho Com mittee on I'ublic ilulldlngs and Grounds, icortcd favorably an amendment to tho Sundry Civil bill appropriating fl.11,030 for tho purehafco of property adjoining tlio I'hlladelphla l'ostofilri, in order lo allow letter Ingress und egress fur mail wagjus, riiii'toy of Nil Man' T.nnil. Senator i'liimb to-day submitted an amendment to tho Sundry Civil bill di luting tho application of money, already impropriated for tho purpose, Incomplete llio boundary survey of ho Man's Land, At tcsluii Wells In tho Hooky Mountains, Senator Dolph to-day submitted an finiendnicut to tho Sundry Civil bill, impropriating $35,000 for sinking artesian wells in tho arid region north of tho foity.scrond degieo and weit of the littky Mountains. I'rro Coinage Opponent ltefnru tlio Committeo. f A dilegatiou appointed by tho Hoard if Tiado and Tiansportatlon of Xj.y Yoit to protest iigaliibt tlio pas,s.i,jo of a fuxi uiliingo hill, appeareil hefora tho Houmi Coiuniltleu on Coinage, .Weights a I id MwiNiilcs to-dav. G. Waldo .Smith, chairman of tliodolo piitloii, presented it resolution mloplul by iho association protesting ngnlust nny itglslatlon on Iho sliver ijucatlou at p.n int. lie stated that those ho reprcsento I a udend such legislation at tlilstlmodiu ui rous and detrimental to tho buslncsi interests of Iho whole countrv, Albert l'lant and Silas M. Olddings spoko bilelly, Indorsing tho remarks of Mr. Kiulth mid tlio resolution presented ly him. K. Illlcry Anderson, nmomborof tho delegation appointed by tlioCoopar Union inttsriucf ling, said (hut every industry In tho country would feci tho diilmoinint of the currency which would result from tho passago of a frco coinago bill. Tho passage of tho bill, ho said, would provo disastrous to tho business interests of tho wholo country. In this view ho asked if members of Congress as trustees of tho people would mako such a danger ous experiment. Mr. Trcnholm, formerly Comptroller of iho Currency, spoko In opjiosltlon to froo coinage. IIo argued that It would havo mi adverro effect upon business interests in general and maka monoy scarce. Tim President's Nominations. Tho rresident to-day Bent to tho Senate the following nominations: Tllahman II. Clowcll, to bo rostmastcr nt Helena, Mont. Jonas M. C. Lcland of Iown to bo 9ur vcvor of Customs for tlio nort of Sioux City, Iowa (now ofllco created by act of Concrees approved September 2.1. 1800). Kogar Aldrlch of New Hampshire to bo Tnltcil States District Judgo District of Jfcw Hompsblrc. ICdmund W. 'Wells of Arizona lo bo As sociate Justlco of tho Supremo Court of tlio Territory of Arizona as provided by act approved February 11, 1801. Joseph rinkham of Idaho, to ho Mar shal of tho United States for tho Dist.'lct of Idaho, ns provided by act approved juiv.1, iDuu. Lieutenant-Colonel Abraham If. Ar nold, First Cavalry, to bo Colonel of Cavalry. Major John A. Wilcox, Eighth Cavalry, lo bo Llcutcnant-Colnncl of Cavalry. Captain Coniillo O. O. Carr, First Cav alry, to bo Major of Cavalry. First Lieutenant acorge L. Hoylc, First Cavalry, to bo Captain of Cavalry. Second Lieutenant Samuel Rodman; jr.. First Artillery, to bo First Lloutcnant of Artillery. Second Lieutenant Henry C. Davis, Third Artillery, to bo First Lieutenant of Artillery. " Krrontl Liciiicnant Tliomas Itldgway, Flflli Artillery, to bo First Lieutenant of Attilltry. Corrcellon In tho Turin" 11111. Tlio Benato to-day passed n Houso bill corroding nil error of punctuation In tho Tariff act. The error makes tho act pro vide that cablci. cordate and twlno (ex cept binding twine composed in wholo or in part of textile, of tamnlco llbrc, manilla, si.al prns or sunn) sluill pay n duty of one and one-half cents per pound. Tho fnimcrs of tho bill intended that binding twine should pay a duty Of soven-tcnths of a cent per pound, and tho correction in punctuation makes (his legal. Under tho error of punctuation, all twines of what ocrllbre might havo been admitted nt ono and ono-lialf cents per pound when It was the intention to sulilect nil of them (with tho execution of binding twines) to duties of two and one-half and three cents per pound. To Kxtcnri tlio Franking Privilege. Mr. Sawyer, for Mr. Morgan, proposes an amendment to tho l'ostoillco Appro priation bill to tills effect: "That tho members of Congress nnd members-elect of Congress shall liavo tho privilege of sending freo through tho malls, and under their frank, any mailable matter, except merchandise, to any olllce of tint Government when addressed olllcially." To Make- tha Census Iturcnu I'ormancnt 1'dltlous havo been presented to tho fc'f nato from tlio Chambers of Commerce of Cincinnati, Ohio; Los Angeles, Cal.j Astoria, Ore, mid San Diego, Cat.; the Masteis Builders' Association of Huston, Mais.; tlic l!uIness Mens' Association of Jrilesvllle, Wis.; tlio Hoard of Trado of Lincoln, Nib., nnd tho Hoard of Tra.lo of Oicloii City, Ore., praying for a rovlsion cf tlio census and statistical legislation and for Iho establishment of u permanent C'uisus Olllce. An Apiu'j;rliitlnn Asltril. Tl oActlngStcretnry of tlio Treasury f ei'l to tho Houso to-day a letter a3klng an approprlrtlon of Sfl.Ol'O to pay tho ox l mi's of tho ofllco of tho IT. S. Shipping CommissIcnntNew York; also $2,500 for similar expenses that liavo or may occur In tlio olllccs of tho Shipping Commission at either i urt. lteforo tho bllicr Committee. i:.--I!cprcsentatlveS. V. Whlleof Hrook lyli (Deacon White) was to-day beforo tho committeo of tho House which is making an Investigation into the alleged sliver pool. Mr. White lia", slnco this investl potion was commenced, been put down ns connected with such a poo! either directly or by Inuendo by tho testimony of sev eral witnesses. To all statements of the iharuder mentioned Mr. Whita gavo a general and most emphatic denial. Ho said that ho was In no silver pool, liad uecr offered any inducements to a mem ber. Fenntor or any ono else lo go into such a combination ami had never taken part in such a movement himself. Mr. While f cemed to convince tho committee that he told tho wholo truth in tho mat ter involved. GIVE THEM A CHANCE. An Opportunity (in'ered for tho lte.l Mini's (letting There. L'eforc tho Indian Appropriation bill Is disposed of In tlio Houso Mr. Dorsey of Ncbrnskn will offer an important amend ment, 'ibis will bo to nllovv the Indians whosodesiroto lcavo their reservations nnd engage in nny lawful pursuit or call ing: that they shall not bo conllned to agricultural pursuits nlotio. Mr. Dorsey, In speaking of his proposed amendment, said to Tins Cmno reporter (hat the Indian youth were, as it rule, quick to learn, anil If employed In shoo Jactories, paper mills, fee., would soon be come skilled opeiatlves. Any business, said Mr. Dorsey, that tho Indians might cngago in would ho In llnltely nretcrnblo to being kept in a half stuneil condition on a reservation, A DISTRICT IU1LUOAI) HILL. The Committeo 11ns Not ns Vet De cided on Its lteport. Tho peoplo Interested in tho bill grant ing tho Norfolk anrt"Wcstcrn end tho Washington and Cumberland tho right of entry Into tho District of Columbia, over which thcro Is such n warm lleht pro nnd con, w ero w ell represented at tho Capi tol to-day. They came to say how tho hind lay. They found out that a meet ing of tho committeo to further consider tho bill would bo held at 1 o'clock to-morrow. After that they devoted thelrofforts to individual members of tho committeo with the view notonlytoimpresslngthelr particular Ideas upon them, nut to seeing that nil of the members of tho committeo were present nt to-morrow's meeting. SIKer Tool Investigation Continued. In tho silver pool investigation to-iUy cx-Heprcsentatlvo S. V. Wlilto of tho linn or S. V. White A Co., New York, tostllleil in reference lo tho statement niado by Hcpri'scntalivo Taylor that ho had bought slher on margin through tlio firm on July 17 last, three days after tho passago of the ad, Mr. Whllosald that 'Mr. Taylor's lostl liifliy was accurate. His Unit had very cry few accounts w Ith members of Con gress, and liad never boughtsllvor fornny other Representative than for M r. Taylor; nor for any Senator or other Government employe. Ho knew nothing of the al leged silver pool. Tho coniinlttco ad journed until to-morrow. An AKslKiiiiirut This Mornlui:. An assign incut has been mado by Fnnnle Garner, 1210 S'ovcnth street north west, to Harris Kalcspl for tho benefit of her creditors, Tlieio nro preferred cred itor lo tlui amount of $780.11, round Guilty of Larceny, ill tho Cilmlnal Court this morning George Seymour, a white man, was found polity on the llixt count of an Indictment i lunging him with liavliigstolcunpx'ket book containing a largo sum of money frtin Laura A. Young on May 1 last. A Will l'lleil. The will uf tho lato Tobias C, Johnson was Hied for nrobato to-day. IIu leaves $30 to his son, John W. John son and tho remainder of tho citato to ids sun, Charles W. Johnson. Twcnly-llvo per cent, discount off all men's, youths', boys' nnd children's cloth ing for ono week only. Kisciuim Bros., Seventh nnd K streets. THE I'EltMIT ailANTED. Tlio Commissioners AV1I1 Not Intcrforo 'With tho llnsolmll Club. Inspector of Buildings Lutwhlo issued n permit this morning (by order of tho Commissioners) to tho Washington Base ball Club for Iho erection of scats, stands, etc., In IhoncwparkadJolnlngFrecdman's Hospital, Dodor l'urvis, surgeon and chief of the hospital, has sent tlio Com missioners tho following communication: "As a great many persons havo communi cated with mo concerning my protest against having tho park adjoining tlio hos pital used for baseball purposes, I would suggest that Major Moore, Chief of l'ollce, bo appointed to look over tlio grounds with a view to deciding as to tlio propriety of having them used as Intended. In looking them over myself this morning, I do not believe that tho noiso will bo so re mote ns not tosubject thohospltal togreit annoyance. Jiieioseu you win linn an editorial from Tin: Critic which I think covers tho wholo ground." Tho communication was referred to Major Moore, who reports as follows: "I havo compiled with the enclosed request and am ol the opinion that should tho nark ndjoinlng tho Frccdman's Hopital ho used for baseball purpose?, considerable annoyanco would bo occasioned thereby to tho many patients treated in that, in stitution. Tho principle of protecting hospitals from annoynncowas cstnbllshol by the Commissioners in August last, when in view of a complaint from tho at tending physician of tho Homcopathio Hnspltnl I was ordered to notify tho pro prietor of Lochboclcr's Garden (First nnd Now York nvcnuo) "that tbcro must not bo any instrumental or vocal music at tho proposed picnics at night. Any thing that will disturb tlio Inmates of that hospital should bo strictly prevented." This correspond ence, of course, has no bearing or inllti encoon tho permit that lias been issued to tlio club for building uses. Tlio letters will bo taken Into consideration when tho exhibitions of ball playing at tho now park shall bo declared a nulsancqi.by tho parlies objecting. junrtK iioGivs place. litimois ltlfu as to tho Successor to tho I'uslllon. District Attorney Hogo was still con fined to ids homo to-day and was unable t(i bo at ills olllce and to attend lo his olllcial duties. Humors ns to tho causo of his resignation still prevail, but they have settled down into tho general con viction lliat tho cliango was merely n po litical ono nnd not for nny other cause. Members of tho bar aro discusssing the candidates among them who nro capable of illllng tlio position. Tho salary nt tnclicd lo tho oillco Is ?O,O0O per annum and the place is ono that is eagerly sought after. It Is one, also, that It will hodilll cult to illl, as it requires n lawyer well versed in tho peculiarities of tlio practices of tha District courts. Mr. C. C. Colo is tlio only candidate, who is mentioned to any extent, and It is thounlit that, If tlio olllce goes to tho Dis trict Har at all, ho will bo thonpolntce. Colonel William A. Cook, whoso name has been mentioned in connection with the position, says that ho Is not a candidate, does not desire tho place and would not take It if offered to him. Among the retiring members of Con gress named for tho placo is I!epreaonta tlvo McComas or Maryland. It was rumored thrit Mr. MeOumas liad an Inter view with tho President regarding tho vacancy, but this Is denied by the Cm gnsMuan himself, who uays It is lib) In tuition to return to Ilngerstown after tho Ith of March and assume tho practlco of law there. NEWS 1'KOJI ALEXANMtlA. A llmlgct of Happenings nml Doings In That City. AirxAMmn, Feb. 10. About 1 o'clock Ibis morning William Green, a truck gardener on tho Alexandria road about a mile from Jackson City, had his barn nnd outbuildings compktcly destroyed by (Ire. Four hoises wcro burned up, also a largo quantity of hay mid fodder. On Saturday Mr. Green had a quarrel with a coloicd man in ills employ nnd dis charged bin), whereupon tlio latter made some thrcalenlng remarks. The barn must liavo been set on lire, ns (hero was no other way by which tho llro could have possibly originated. This is the second time within n year that Green has hurt his outbuildings destroyed by (Ire. Tho other lime ho lost two horses and Ida garden implements. FINANCIAL ANU COMMERCIAL. Nr.w Yor.K, Feb. 10, Money easy nt 021 per cent., tho only rate of tho day. Kxchango steady; posted rates, 43110 189; actual rates, 485 IS51 for sixty days, anil 4S7i for demand. Governments quiet; currency fis, 100 bid; in, coupon, HM bid; Us, do., 101 bid. 'J ho stock market this morning was very dull, and nt times complete stugn i Hon prevailed. The principal trading was In St. Paul, Union Paclllc, North American and Burlington. Prices, not withstanding tlio cxtrcmo inactivity, wero llrm during Iho gicaterpart, and at noon wero J to 1 per cent, higher than thoso of Saturday. At this writing tlio market Is extremely dull. Sales, 00,000 shares for tho morning. Washington Stock Kgchnnce. Reported for The Ciutio by Gurley & Stevens, real estate and local securities, 183.1 F street northwest. Pales Regular call. 12 o'clock m. Wash. Gas Bonds, A, $100 n 117. Wash. Gas Convertibles, SI02 a 123; 810 n 12 Lincoln Flro Ins., SOa 01; 50h 51. Wash. Gas, 23 a 40; 2.' a 10. Miscellaneous Bonds W. & G. R. R. 10-40 0's. R'03-'23, 100; W. it O. It. It. Convertible 0's, 'OO-'ai, 125; Masonic Hall Ass'n ft's, O 1808, 100; Wash. Market Co., lBtU's, 1802-1011,108; Wash. Market Co., Imp., G's, I012-'27, 110; Amer. Security ami Trust, f.'s, 1005, 100; Wash. Light Ififantrv. 1st G's, 1001. 03; Wash. Light Infantry, 2d 7's, 1001, 05; Wash. Gas Co. Ser. A, ti's, ino2-'27, 115; Wash. Gas Go. Scr. I). 0's, 1002-'20. 110; Wash. Gas Co., ConvcrtibloOs, 11X31, 120. National Bank Stocks Bank of Wash ington, 450; Bank of Republic. 2G0; Met ropolitan, 270; Central, 300; Second, 183; Farmers and Mechanics, 100; Columbia, 150; Capital, 120; West Kml, 07J; Lincoln, 100; Citizens'. 170: Traders', 117. Railroad Stocks. Washington und Georgetown, 210; Metropolitan, 10S; Co lumbia, 00; Capitol and North O Street; 60; ICcklngton nnd Soldiers' Home, 55J; Georgetown and Tenallytown, r0. lusuranco Stocks. Flroincn's, 40J: Franklin, 53; Metropolitan, 80; National Union, 17; Arlington, 175; Corcoran, OS; Columbia, 111; German American, 170; Potomac, 83; ltlggs, 7j; Fcoplo's, 5J; Lin coln, 5; Commercial, 4. Title Insurance Stocks Real Kstato Title, 1271; Columbia Title, 0. Gas and F.lcctrlo Light Stocks Wash ington Gas. 40; Georgetown Gas, 48; U. S, Rlcctrlo Light, 145J. Telephone Stocks Pennsylvania, 23; Chesapeake it Potomac, 5, American Graphophone, 7. Miscellaneous Stocks Washington Mar ket, 10; Bull Hun Panorama, 10; Pncu inatio Gun Carriage, j. Safe Deposit ami Trust Companies National Safo Dtposlt, 2J0; Washington Fafo Deposit, 110; Wash. Loan it Trust Co., 071; American Security it Trust Co., L01. District lliilldlug to llo Closed. Out of respect for tho memory of Ad miral i'orter tho Comodssionors havo oidercd (bat (ho olllccs of tho District Government ho closed on Tuosdiy, thu 17th instant, Iho day of his funeral. A Now Paper In New York. Tho initial number of tlio Z itff lluartl r of New York City will be out next Wednesday. It will bo represented hero by Mr. II. Conquest Clarke, and wilt ho politically Independent. Scnntor In "alls calls himself IhoiiiUQ cent victim of it bloodless revolution. Rhe torical to tho last! JSoitoii Jferaltl, IF TOUIt JIACK ACUVSj Or you ara ail worn nut, realty cood rorr.oto lnir. It Iii Bcnoral debility. '1 .y jitir.VA in os luh-rruts. It will euro you, clc-iinso your liver, bad giro a good cs&ctlto, COLLIDED WITH A HOCK. Scrrnl I'orsnns injured liy nn Acci dent to a Train. riTTsnvna, lVi., Feb. 10. At8:-i0 o'clock this morning, ns tho Washington, Fa., ex press on Iho Pittsburg, Cincinnati nnd St. Louis Hallway (Pan Ifandlc) was ncarlng this city, a lingo rock, loosened from tho hillside by yesterday and last night's rain, fell from the bluff known as Dunucsno Heights, on tho south sldoof tho Monon gahcla Itlvcr, and crashed Into tho sldo of tho third coach from tho engine witli frlphtful Sloclly. The train, running nt a speed of ten mllcsaii hour, was brought ton standstill. Miss Clara Fleming, aged 18, residing nt Washington, Fn. nstudentatDurt'sCollcgo Ibis city, was sitting nt tho window wlicro tlio rock crashed Into tho cor and was In stantly killed. Her head nnd body wero terribly mangled. Mr. J. J. Dononoeor Washington, l'n., n student nt Pittsburg Mcdhnl College, occupied the Boat with Mus Fleming nnd received serious Injuries on his head, face and legs. Miss Manila Baldwin, ngtd 17, of Washington, Pa., had her arms and sldo badly hurt. An unknown young man was seriously hurt about the shoulders and back. Tho train was almost entirely occupied by young people returning from their hemes to vailous educational Institutions In lids city. When tho accident occurred nnd its extent became known tho passen gers wcro panic-stricken, nnd serious re sults wcro only prevented by prompt net ion by tho trainmen. Tho passengers, together with tho In jured, wcro transferred to nnothcr train and brought to the Union station. AN ENOINE RUNS AMUCK. Tho Iron JUonstci' Dtcnhs Avvny from Its Keeper. Yesterday afternoon about 3:30 o'clock engine No. 325 of tho Baltimore and Potomac Railway Company went on tlio rampngo and destroyed considerable prop erty litforo Its wild career was checked. Harrison Cain, tho engineer, nnd his llromnn stepped from tho engine nt tho nshnilciu tlio New Jersey nvcnuo vnrd. No sooner hod they dono so than tho tngliio started down Iho track at n rapid role. At tho lurn-tnhlo tho runaway cnghio collided witli locomotives No. 310 and 311 and Impeded Its further progress. All three of the engines wero badly disabled and tho turu-lnble was considerably dam aped. Mr. Robert Ilurly, tlio driver of engine No. 311, liad his le sprained and re ceived other painful Injuries. Thoso who witnessed the accident say that it is fortu nalo that others were not run down and killed. A DANGEROUS LOCALITY. A Disorderly Cnso l'roinpls Judgo Sill ier to Comment Upon It. Robert It. Brow n, who runs a restaurant at Hie corner of Twelfth and (J streets northwest, was beforo Judgo Miller this morning on a charge of being disorderly. There wns a crowd gathered in front ot ids pinto yesterday afternoon, and Olllcer Carson dispersed it and ordered Brown, who was standing on tho curbstone, into the house. Tins is the comer where Olllcer Crinnon was killed, and Judgo Miller called It "a-i location wlicro a feverish condition nf nITairs exists whenever nn olllcer attempts to preserve order, nnd where Ills Hfo is r.lunl'uln ilqinmr '' Brown introduced eight witnesses In liopi a of clearing himself, but a line ot 6 3 waslmpoced upon him. 1 ho I.oUrott Icnen Acnlu. IhcFcene of tho LcDroitl'ark fenca war was expected tohavo been transferroJ from tho park to thu Equity Court rojin this morning, A delegation of whlto and colored nun, who and I hoy caino from tho other sldo of tho fenccj appeared as witnesses for tho llowardtown Interest'", but by consent of tho counsel on both sides Iho hearing was postponed until Wcdnuday. Tho ease is that ot Fairmau against tho District of Columbia and others for an injunction restraining tlio District Com missioners or their agenls from removing or prohibiting tho erection tfCirn" fon"o ncrtssthecml of Linden nvcrtuo in Lo Droit Park; lliilldlug Permits. J. F. Loveless it Co., ono brick dwell ing, 1008 Kast Capitol street, $3,000; Tlicmas Racdy, one framo dwelling. Con duit road (county), $800; W. R. Speedon, ono brlrk dwelling. 1010 K street, SJ.OJO; J. F. Clark, two brick dwellings, OTJ and 033 alley in squaro 507, 1,000. A discount nf 25 per cent, off all men's, youths', boys' and children's clolhhij for this week only. L'iscmau Bros., Seventh ami K streets. aiAiutir.i). HAI.nWlN I.KL'-On .laninry 2.1, 1S1I, at the parsonage, by ltev. I..H. Wllsun, William P. P. Ilaldviln of Washington, D. C, to Jl.iry 1'. Lee ot lialtlmore. r0WI.i!i:-CIIAUNCr,Y-0n TnMdav, Teh ruarv 111, 1H11, by llev, Cliarlei W. llildnln, Dr. William U, Fnnlrr to Mlnulo Jl. Clniuucey, I oth ol Wtshlngtou, D, V. I'AUOETT-KIlWAHDS-On Jlonday. 1'eb rnnry i, 16T1. at St, Peter's parson ije, by tho Iter. FnihcrSulllv nu, .losepli ill. Padgett and Mlfs Agccs P. Kdvvards ol St. Mary's Cu'iuty, ild. j)ii:i). l"l'ltHY-I)cpnrled this life, Saturday. 1'eli ruaiy H, 1MU, Wnjno Curry, formerly of Kprli'gflelil, Mans. WOOD- On Himlay, tho 15th lustant, nt 1:11 n. in,, l'ohert, beloved husband ot Susanna U. Wood, In tho CUtli j car of his age. Funeral will take plico from ht, John's 1'. V.. Church on Tuesday, tho 17th Instant, nt 11 p. in. Fi lends of tho family and the members ot Annlostan Council Itnynf Arcanum and PI ito Printers' Protectlvo Union, A. i L., respect fully Invited In attend. lli:itNi:ii-()n February ll, ISIl.at Wool rtoik. Mil., Wlllielinlnsil., beloved wlfeot Otto llerner, In her hist year. DANAlIKIt-Frldny, February 11. 111, nt 6:1.1 p. in., Thomas, jonngest sou olTbomis r.nd Ann Dannher. HAItVHY On Saturday morning, February II, lH'l.at t:05a. m Auenlus 1. Harvey, la his fid) ear. JIAUI'lN- Deltas Meriting Maiipln, born February 'A lbTt), died February PI, 111, son uf Junius '. and Aim Ellitabcth Alnuplu. McXKII.-On February 13, JKII, Alice He liccca McNeil, vvlfo nt Andrew J. McNeil and daughter ot tho lato John nnd Amelia llcnll, nt her homo In Westmoreland County, Va., ot tongretlon nt tho brain. MILLER "Fell nsleep In Jesus" on Friday, rebrnnry 13, Usui, at 10::i0 o'clock n. in., Rich. aid llavmond, Infant son ot lllchar.l nud Auiilo Miller, rged 11 mouths and 1 1 days. NEWMAN-On February II, 1N1I. at 7 o'tlork n. in.. Aim June, relict of the lato 1', J. Ivcwinan, In tho lilth year ot her uge. fcCHWItAlt-On Saturday, February 1 1, 18)1, ntCMO n. m., Mnry Edwliu Docwran, wlfo of W. Hall bchvvrar. l'uiieral 111 llaltlmore. Tuesday, tttli Instant, nt ht. llaumbau' Church, WIUTE-On Sniurday, Fobruaryll, 1801, at VM o'clock a. in., Annie May, aited 31 years r.nd 1,7 days, tho dnuuhtcr ot Eathor toil the Into Thomas P. Whlto and stepdanglitDr of Alvan N. Meeker. Funeral from Fourth-Street M, I Tuesday next nt 3:.X1 o'clock p. in, vIKd. . Church o'v l'rluu 14 la- SI'KCIAI. notici:s. fJvWILU'AY FULL COMMISSION TO REAL ESTATE AOENTS FOR SELLINO. For Prices and Terms Apply to KMMONS . KINO, llullderi and Owners, Atlantic llulldlng. ggTJ. WILLIAM LEE (Successor to Henry Leo's SONS), UNHERTAKEIt. S3J PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W South hide. Branch Office, 4'IS Maryland nvo. s. vv. ggyCAMl'KLL OARR1NOTON, ATTORNEY-AT.LAW, COS V (trret northwest, Washington, V. WeUtcr Law llulldlng. Residence, 1701 (J etrtet northwest. fil'I'.CIAI. notjci:1?. KOTKOH BALB-COUNKIt Or' Hl'TlUOK t' street nnd Jlarewooil tvenne, Lo Droit 1'nrk. rive New Two-dory anil Attic llrlclt Dwell ings, with Porches, all Modern Im provements on Hprnce street. Six Homes, Two Htorlcs, Attics nml Ccllsrt Flnliheil with Toper All Modern Im provements, on llnrowood nvenno. Alto corner House, corner ot Spruce, and llnro wood nvenno. For l'llco and Terms Apply to WILLIAM J. LEWIS, Owner nnd tlnllder, On premises. demt SSjr-rUET RELIEVED. lilt. WHITE, a" CHIHOI'ODIST, 1410 Pennsylvania nvenue, opposite Wlllanl'i Hotel. Thim.nmls irnm tnr nnd near visit Dr. White's establishment for relict from nnd avoid ii coot corns, Imnlons, diseased nails and nil other font troubles. Hours. 8 n. m. to U p. m, fundnjs, t) to 19. Ofllco fee $1 per visit for pat ting the feet In good order. Estilillshml ItiCl. JJlToUiyALS To"K IIEOT'ANli LBVSH . llulldlng for Wellington City l'otomea. ortnfflco Ilcpnrlment. Olllce of tho I'ostmns tcMlenerst, Washington. 1). U Vebmary 7. 1KH.--Kenlrd proposals will bo received lint I 1 LEMHAY, jlAllfll 10, nt U o'clock m from parties who will ngreo to erect nnd lenso for n ienn not exceeding five years, with tlio privi lege ot renewal, n building stiltnhio for tho temporary uso of tlio Washington City l'ostof fice; such proposals to state Iho nmonnt ot rentnl per annum Including taxes nnd repairs. Such building mutt cov er at least 20,000 feet nf ground, centrally located: mint havo proper ronv cnlences for lighting, heating and ventila tion, nnd suitable nnd tufllclcnt spaco adjacent for the accommodation ot mall wagons. A building located on 20,000 squaro feet meet ho nf two stories, supplied with passenger nnd freight elevators, wash rooms, clopctsand nil Interior partitions nnd permanent fixtures dc manded by the necessities ot Iho postal serv ice. If located on IW.OOU or I0,(XI square feet a one-story building with proper conveniences would simlce. sinld building must bo ready for occupancy June SO, 18111, A general lilcn ot tho pinns nml character ot tho proposed building will bo furnished by tho Postmaster nt Wnshlngtnn, 1), (' upon application. Pro posals must ho Indorsed, "Proposals for City l'ostofllce llulldlng," nnd should bo addressed to mo losimnsier-ucuerni. 'l lie rignt is re served to reject nny nnd r.11 proposals. JOHN WANAJIAKEIt, rostmnster-Ucnerat. tcH.in.vr).m? pitOPOSALS l'OH IltON WOItK.-Ol'FIUi: J ot llulldlng for Llbrnryof Congress, No. fl3 East Captlol street, Washington, D. C, January 18, lKil. Soiled Proposals Tor fur ulrhtng, delivering nnd putting la placo com plete, tho wrought Iron framo nnd cnt Iron lovver.-hnrrfcd work for tho three mala hook stniks of the llulldlng for tho Library of Con cress, !n this i Ity, will bo received at this of. lire until a o'clock p. m. on TUESDAY, Till! in II DAY OF FCnilUAUYi lffll, nnd opened Imnudlatily thereafter In presence of bidders, Kpcciflcattonti. general lustructlonsnnd condi tions nnd blank forms of proposal may bo oh tali ed on application nt this olllce. llKkNAUD II. WItllK.N, superintendent and Engineer. Jal.MT.llP.Sl.febl 1.141 WANTi;D-in;r.i. IXrANllMI A IlEflPECTAlll.n WIIITi: y V girl for general housework; must stiy iui;nis, wan nt o t blS (1 st s. e. -lTTAJ,'TI:n-A WHITE (llltb TOR CHAM- V bcrmald and waitress In n prlvato family. Apply 14CB15tli st.: references rcqulrod. WANT-1MMKDIATi:i.Y OIllL FOtt general housework In family ot three; don't apply unless you nro n good cook,wnhcr, cndlrouer. l101ulh tt.li. vv. 7-AN'IEI A Tlltl. FOlt OENEIlAf, V houscworl: la family of three. No. mil P st. ITT ANTED HEUAHI.E WHITE (ItltL housevvork: no vvisiilnu: f.im V V for general housework; no wishing uy very smnii; must bo rood cook nnj stiy uipuis; teferences rcoulrcd. Cull after I o hoik. i'-.u i in st. n. w. VI TAUTER- A COMPETENT COI.OltED V mail as house servant and waiter; goil references icqiilrcil. Call nt 1417 Coancctlc.lt nve . between 1 nnd 8 o'riock. ViTANTED-A OOOD COLORED WOMAN VI rsiook, washer nnd Ironer. Apply nt lfiiail.Li.ve. W AN1 ED-WHITE tllltl. Oil WOMAN Mr cencra housework: threo ndu Hi: must stay uigiits; at rat . tt. n. w,; city rcr erences. WAN'iED-A SETTLED WOMAN FOR tho kitchen In restaurant. U 1M. nvo. TAN1ED-A flIRL 1'OIt OENERAI. housework; no washing or Ironing. Call attflSttlitt.u. vv. WANTLD-OOOI) (1I1IL FOR CIENERAL l.ouieworl.; no washing; references. lUftiMd.nro.il. c. ITTANTED-AN ESPEltlENCED OlltL i who can giro goul references for gen eral housewoik. Apply UH Tat, a. vv. TrANTEI) AT ONCE-E10HT COOKS, V V two wnllcrs, three bell r.ad errand boys, chambermaids, laborers, farm help, mcchinles, private family nud hotel help; best wages pnlcL -I'M lUth stn. w. Tr.NlED-A (IIItL TO COOK, WASH VV nud lroncr. InqaliottSOl l'a, ave., troni 5 to 7)i. m. WAN'lED-AN EXPERIENCED UIHL, win) can giro good reference, for general lioiieevvork. Apply l'W) T st. n. vv. TaTANTjHT-A WHITE flhlLTOCOOK IN VV small prlvato fnmlly; references. At till K it. n. vv. VirAJiTHD-A OOOD COOK, COLORED V preferred; beet references rcqulicd. Clip hot. 7 nnd 8 p. in. IIP! 1' ft. n. vv. TITANTED-A WHITE (URL, OENERAI. vv nrk; family of '; nu Lhlldrcn; good home; miut lo competent. 13ffl lllggn st. n. vv. rANTED A WHITE WOMAN TO V cook, wash and Iron. Apply at 1111 Connect lent nve. "irANTED-A V11IT (Hill, Tif DO V general hoiisoworkandetayiilghts. Ap ply JKSQ st. n. w. tirAN'lEO-A WOMAN TO COOK AND V to do general housework; no washlii. or mining; must stay mgnts, liri a st. a. e. WANTKR-NEAT OIRL l'JII OENERAI, housework; whlto preferred; none bjt first-class need apply: references require I; must stay ul nights, :ii) Spruco st., Lo Droit Park. WANTED-HOOD COOK. WASHER AND Ironer tor family ot three; must come well recommended. Apply 1C K st, n. w, ANTKlT-WHlTE COOK,-aT.s7) HOUSE maid to assist In washing and Ironing, At 1U10 soth (Uti, vv. References required. T1TANTED-A STEADY, COMPETENT Y girl to do general housowork lu n family of two. Apply, with references, nt 1111 11th st. u. vv. TTTANTKII-A NEAT OIRL FOlt COOK- V lug nnd general housework; must stay nt night nud hnvu good reference. 1 1 1 0 st. n, o. WANTKD-SITUATI(NS. 1 7"AN1 ED-B YATLVli'OTAlTLHt;OL' VV woman, ouio washing to do nt homo for a family of three or four or a slnjlo person. Address 15.11 Now Jersey avo. n. vv. TTTANTED-HY SETTLED COLORED WO V r man, placo ns nurso or to cook only. Ad drees FANNIE, 17,10 st. n.w. VirANTF.D-IIY A COLORED HOY OF II, VV a situation to make himself uscful,",ruu errands, etc. Apply Critic ofllco. WANTED- 11Y A CRIPPLED WOMAN, plain sewing; stocking nnd family mend ing neatly done; very iiiodernto prlcrs; good references. Address Mrs, Powell, S.'U 11 su WANTED - BY A RESPEOrAllLE VV woman, n place for general housework lu private family. Apply ntttll l'onieroyst, n. vv., between Uth and 7lh. WANTED V bov. nla 1IY A RESPEOI'AIII.E COL'D lace a bell boy; goo t references, tlolden st.. between Uth and l'Jlli. Apply ntlffi lloldea st., Hand Esls. s. vv. SJITANTKD A SITUATION AS A COOK VY or chamberinnlil. Ca at 07 N st. a vv. Call furnish best city reference. TAT-ANTED-A PLACE AS FIRT-CLASS References. 1711 ' " look or chambermaid, Km. -1T-ANTED- 1IY A RESPEOfAllLE COL'D 'V girl, placo In private family ns liursoor ihainbermalil. Apply WJ loth st. n, vv hot. ti until o'clock, TANiED- IIYA M1UNI1 (I.KIHT) COL- oreduliln placo ns elianibonnal I In.) privnlo fnmll); beat ot references, Apply 'Ml KUi st. n, u , after Ida, in. ANTED-A Mi CATION 1IY A FIRS T lss watch and dock maker. AJilren I.K.S'.IMthst., Sdiloor. WANiED-HYA UOLOREDMAN.A PI), slilun ns coailimim In private family or to wnlt on table; can ulvo host reference; mi ilerstauds tho caio ot horse), llus II, tills o'U m. TANTED SITUATION UY 3 RlllliHT Y young men ns eoieliman, second mm, driver, or general worker; will furuUli elty ret eienie. Apply UDSilst. s. w "WANTED- IIY A RESPECTAIH.E COL YY ored woman, it sltiiitlon lo eo.i'i, vv isli nucf Iron In prlvato family; can furnish refer ences; lo go homo nljhts. Call or address-1 Blngmaii place n w. ITTANTKD-llY A I'lltST-CLASS MALE YY cook, animation; lb yearB experience; inuipetrnt to take full charge. WARD SURDE, 1203 2d M. . e. WANTKD-SITIMTIONS. W'aNTKH-A SITUATION TO Do'tHiN eml housework, nnd can get n gool ref- ercnee It needed Aiuiress itiRi uouusoii nro , bet, n nml sis. 1-rANTKIl-TlYAIIi:8Pi:OTAIH.KWIIITK woman, a placo ns cook Innprlrato family. Call 1S10 aotli St., bet. H nnd T n, vv. WANTKD-liY A iTnsi'KOTAHU: COb ored hoy, a situation to work nrmnd storoor house; honest nnd Industrious. Call or address lllliuthit. n.w. WANTL'll-HY A COLOIIIH) MAN, A place ns waiter with prlvato family or hotel. Apply at 10 10th sLmy. ANTi:n-nr a fiitioiiT, nratyou.no colored woman, a nlaco ns rhimtisr- maid; good references. Apply at l'Jil lid St., net, m ami n s. vv WANTEDilY A 1'IIIST-CI.AIS UOOK, A place In a small prlvato family; to go homo nights. Address, for two days, !T)) L rt.n.vyj WANTED-1IY AN LIIUUATHD YOUNO colored man, situation ns purler In first clnts establishment or inesenirer In a firms best or references. Aiiurcss iMiiii,i.iui..i;i; ,12.11 IVIadlson st. n, w. WANTIHl-A PLAUK TO DO LAIIOHKIPS work In n renl-estnte ofllco or banking louse by n rcspcetnblo colored man, well rec ommended. Address W. II, I!., 10') Wnsh. st. n. w 11TANTKD A SITUATION AS CIIAMHHlt maid or to do general housevvurk lu a small family. Call at 1 Hi .Id st. n. vv. WAN1 ED-A ItEFINEI) AND EDUCATED lndy, good mnslclnn, will teach music In exchange for board, or do copying nt homo; or as traveling companion; salary nnohleci; best reference. Address Miss A, DYKES, Dcla plane P. P., Fauquier, Co., Va. VTtTANTKD-IlY A HESPEOTAIII.E COL V V ored lady, a place In a smalt family; can give teferences if required, lllSjMM.il. w. WANTED I1Y A OEHMAN WOMAN with 1-year-old child, n situation in small German fnmlly to do general housework. Call or nddrcss caro Mr. JOHN HERMAN, -JU73 7th st. n. w. ANTED-I1Y A COMPETENT COL'D elrl. n situation In n iirlvnto family ns cook, chambcrmntd, nurse or will do general nouseworK. jvppiv 10.11 un si. n. w. WANTED TO TAKE IN WAS1IINO, Ironing and plain sewing; good references. Apply 110 1'lcrco st., near 1st st. n. vv. WANTED 11Y A REFINED LDY highly educated, position nf French gov erness In n family either In tho city or the country; best references. Addrcsa A. 11., tills ofllco. WANTED- 1IY A COLOUR!) WOMAN, A place its rook In prlvato family; cinglvo reference nnd go homo nights, Call nt 1730. It st. n, vv. No mall nnsvvereit. ANTED-AHITUATION IN DOCTOR'S ofllco to clean up nnd drive: best of ref. furnished as to honesty, etc. Address L. W. a., inucniucc, Itra VV ored svomnn. a situation ns chambermaid! can furnish references. Call or address 1113 tith st. n. vv. Wanted" my a youno colored hoy, place as driver or to work about tho house: best city lefcrcnccs. Apply or address 12S3 loth st. n. w. ivanti:i)-misci:ixani:ous. Tt7ANTED-SIXORSEVEN-ROOMHOU-K VV with small store; rent not to exceed f'l). Address DEEDS, this office. WANTED-ANYTIME IIKTWEEN NOW nnd 1st of May, 8 or li-room hou'c, con venient to Treasury. Rent $13 to f 13 per month. Address N., Critic olllce. WANT ED-A TYPE-WRITER DESIRES to give partial servlco for desk room In eentrrl location. Addicts TYPE-WRITER, ir.iMass. nve. n. e. ANTED-1NSTUUCTOR IN ENIILWl Irnm 7 to S n. m. at SUM 13th st. n. vv. E. &TEAUMAN. lED-TO IIL'Y. ON EASY PAY- ments. n L'ood tvncvviller: Remington pieterrod. Address R, M. C thlsnfllco. roil ; hunt -itotnis. T' poiT iiExf--8i:vBUAr, "nicely Viilt'- nlslied rnoniB at til I O et. n. e.; homo com forts; Ci.nd $7. 7!OR RENT TWO LAROE NEW FUR. J. nlshcd second floor rooms; new hoje; u.ocl. Imps.; soulh front; b.iy window; one npiaro from cars; good board, next door. St M St. 11. vv. T70U HENT-1C03 17TII ST.; CARETTES pass tho door: two third-story comniu.il catlug rooms, furnished or unfumlshc 1. iOJt RENT-FRONT ROOM, HANDSOMELY ; lurnlshcil, for ?S per month; genlleinin picfcrrccl; Wl G Bt. n. w ncsr U.S. Patent Cfllce. T.IOlt RENT TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS .1; on secoi.d floor, wltliheatiindgn.; batlion same floor; no objection to light housekeeping. lstSlSth st. n.w. I70H RENT-THREE UNFCR. ROOMS. JU Sd floor: siiltatdu for Unlit housckeeuliii'. to quiet party; gas, heat and water. SUl'lth TJSOR RENT-ONE SMALL HACK HALL ' room, 2d floor; also etorago room, cheap. WSEst.n. vv. F' OR RENT-NICELYFURNISI1ED ROOMS nt 111!) 10th et. 11. vv. -fnOH RENT-ONE OR TWO PRETTY Ju rurntshed rooms; nlsn nno lsMloor loom suitable for nnofllie. Apply nt l'WT (I at. 11. w. FOR RF.NT-70d 8TH St7n. W 21) AND sd-story frout rooms, with or without lomd. JTvbif'llENT-'lWO LARGE WELl'-FUR-Ij nlshed rooms on second floor: bith ndloln lug: en sulleorslnirlc; also two nn third floor, wllh good home table board. .1111 M St. 11. vv. I, "Oil RENT 107 EAST CAPI TO!. STREET. ! lmge front loom on third floor; furnished or unfurnished; heat nnd gas; terms inuderate. TjlOirilENT TWO iTlCE UNFURNISHED ' front rooms, with heat and gas; prlco mod ircte Jil'.l 11 sLn. vv. I70R RENT FOUR ROOMS ON SECOND ; floor ot UOcl Tth st. 11, vv.; water and g.is; tent fIS. Inquire Wit Otic st. n. vv. J.-VOR RENT TWO OR THREE NEATLY ! tnrnlshcd rooms near ttio War, State, nnd avy L'cpartn.ents, with or without board; v ery rensonnblo price. ITS) F st. u. w, I 701! HUNT-FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH J or without hoard, nt UUtlN. Y, nve, 11. vv.; rates from $10 to f-icj; first-class tabto board for f 80. 170 It KENT-HANDSOJIELY FURNISHED ; rooms; slnglo or en suite, na 1st floor; southern exposure; flrst-cliss looatlon; prlvato family. Also front room, 3d floor; terms mod crate. 1011 15th st. n. vv. FOR RKNT-lon 13 ST. N. W., ELE uantly furnished rooms, single or en suite, one block from the Arlington, Cull after a p, in, I70R HENT-I11711TH ST. N. W HESIRA ; bio rooms on 2d iloor, en suite or single; furnace and grate. T710R1IENT A VERY!) ESI RA1II.E SMALL JL1 furnished room suitable for gentleman;! Hour; south exposure; nil loavenlciiccs. 1.14 1 si. u, vv. 17011 RENT-TWO COMMUNICATING J flout looms tiiinlihed; comer house; with or without board, 12)1 Mass, nve, I70R RENT-THREE DES1RAIILE UNFUR. 1 nlshcdrooins; serondlloor; bath, hci.it nud kus. 22071 Ith nt. n,v, 17011 RENT-Vl'irNISIIED ROOM ON SEC V nnd floor with board, nt I'Hi Mass lUiusctts uvciiue 11, w. fjioii rent-near" DUPONT CHICLE 1' (fur. or unfiir.), n large sunny room 111 ill floor, with iloset; good hall room n.ljoliiing; new house; prlvato family; no children. Ref erences required. 2111.1 o st, 17011 RENT-U F ST. N. W., ROOMS; ELE l' gantly furnished or linfurnlshod; iiiclu I lug inning loom and Mtchcu; heat, gis and bath; also stable, 17011 RENT-10II 14TII ST, N, WTHReT: 1; rooms (romiuunlcnlliig); well furnlshod; with table board; en sultu or single. Terms moderate. l-tiiritTiNi'-ji p)i;i,i.anwmn7 I70R RUNT-3 I1UMNESS ROOMs; REST ,i: lociiiioa 111 tuu city, nn premtses. uviFst. 11. vv.; apply roit nam:. IJIOll M!.i: A GOOD, SOUND Hl)l(Sn I wagon and hnruess, Apply to M. T, tl'ltLl"2(ni L it. n w. 170R MALE-lilt. PEPPER'S COMPLEI'K 1? system ot medical works. In tool eo'idl- t Ion, with cither medic U wnrl.s. fill aid ev- 11111I110 at 11UH N. Y, avo. n. vv 17011 SALE-CHEAP-STOCK AND I'lX 1' tares ot bakery, confectionery, turnls'iltws und uotlons store; lent moderate. Apply 1 in )iiedlately,7ilMit are, 11, 0. T70RSALK01lEXCHANOEFOR(lENrLK. L1 man's tiding or driving "unit -2 suburbia lots: vatimble Address llENItY.tlilsnrtlro. coiiMissi)Ni:ii or. ( S.UPNDY.COM'R OF DEEDS FOR ALL J, States and Territories, '13S Li, ave., ojip, ty Hall. AUCTION SAI.IIS. r'pilO.l AS DOM'LIMI, Auctioneer. J tiflleu nf the Commssslor.rrs, District ot rolnmlta, Washington, Feb. 10, I1. Notice Is hereby given that nn SATURDAY, I'Ell lil'AIrt ss, is'il, the leseo of tho flsit whar.' end fish stalls In the clllen of Washington nnd Uforgelown.vvlllhosold by public million fo. tie teim nt ono yenr from Mnrcli 1, is'il, ns follows: At Qo'clock p. in., upon Iho premises, four fish stalls In the (Icorgrtown Market Hntise to the highest bidder. 7icrms, cash; In advance. Also, nt .1 o'clock p. m nnthnsnme day, on II street, between Seventh nnd Ninth streets l.orthucM, In front nt Iho flsh slnlls of (Centre) Washington MnrkeU nil rlithts nml privileges grnntid or allowed by tho laws of iho coipornllnn of Waslilngtim to establish wharves or dot ks for tho latialn'f, cleaning nn'i sale of flsh In tho City nt Wnshlnstnii, nud mi wharf or dock shall bo deemed eligible unless situated at some point on tho north side ot tho Pntomnc River, between Eleventh street east nnd I'mitternlh street west, to the blithest hid dcr.. Terms: f too to bo paid on the day nt tho sale I ml tho residua to bo paid within live divs from the day of tho sale. Ity order nf tlio Hoard ot Commissioners, District nt Columbia, J. W. DOUGLASS, J. W. ROSS, HENRY M. ROIIERT, felC-lGt Commissioners. alHUBTFI'.S' SALE (II' V'MUt FRAMI3 . DWELLINGS SITUATE ON 1 1 SOUTH HIDE OK PRINCE'IN STREET, 11ETWF.EN SEVI NTH STREET AND SHERMAN AVENUK, OR NINTH STREEI' EVI ENDED. Ity vltlno of thoe four certain deeds ot trust dated July B, Win, nnd recorded In liber Nn. IMS'), at folios Ml, IKS, Ctt nnd SKI respect ively, ono of tho land records of the District ot Columbia, and nt the requestor the holder of the notes secured thereby, we will oTcr for sale, In front nf Iho premles, at public nue tlnn, nn THURSDAY. FHIIKUAIIY !, 1HTI, nt 1:10 p. in., the following described real es tate, with tho Improvements thereon, sltunto In tho County ot Wnshlngtnn, District of Co. liimhln, to-vvlt: AH ot lot numbered (twenty one (SI), In block niimhered three (1), la Toil A Brown's subdivision nf parts ot "Mount rirnennt" nnd "Pleasant Plslns," ns per plit recorded In liber "Levy Court No. a," folio 'J I, nf tho records of tho Surveyor's Olllce of tho District of Columhln, each Iiduc, tiucthcr with tho part of said lot belonging thereto, will bo sold separately. Terms of sale: One-lhlril eah and tin, bal ance In equal Installments In six, twelve and eighteen months, with Interest nt (I per cent, per annum from day of sale, to lie secured hy a deed ot trust on tho property sold, or nil cash, at the option of the nurrhiscr, A deposit ot tM oneneh house sold will ho required nttlme ot snte. Allionvevnnclni! nndrecordlnirnt pur chaser's cost. Tho above property to bo sold subject to a first deed or trust for $77) with In terest at II per lent, per milium from November .vi, lean, nnd n seiond deed of trust for sfdU, $140 of which has been paid, with Interest nt I! per lent, per annum from December, 'I, ISM). Terms of salo to bo compiled with within ten days frnm day nf sale, or tha property will be resold at tlio cot and risk of defaulting purchaser after fivo days' ndvert'se ment of the same In somo newspaper pub lished lu tho City ot Washington, District of Columbia. JOHN T. ARMS, WILLIAM MAYSE, Trustees. GEORGE W. STICKNEY. Auctioneer. fc7d,Uls tviti Eleventh street nortuwcM. TTMIOMAS DOWL1NO, Auctioneer. CHANCERY HALE OF TWO-STORY AND BASEMENT FRAME ROUSE AND PREMISES NO. 1117 2C.TII STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue nfn decree nf the Supremo Co tit nf tlio District of Columbia In equity causo No. 111.7, wherein Harriet Illmond Is complainant nnd Cr.thnrluo llcntez nnd others nro defend ants, we (hall nrrcr for sale nt imhllc notion In front nf the premises on TUESDAY, THE KITH DAY OF KKURUARY, A. D. lti. nt S o'clock l. in., nil that nnrt of lot numbered elcht (M In square numbered sixteen (Pi) In the City of Washington, In the District of Colum bia, beglnnlnir for the same nt tho northwest corner or snhl lot and running thenrooaM with the north llr.o of said lot seventy-flvo (7.1) feet to tt.c west line ot that part of said lot hereto fore sold hv I'rtcrAlldorfcr: thence south with srld west line twenty-flva (il)tcrt; licence vvvit parallel wllh Iho fltst lino seventy-live (75) feet to SI III street; thence north on '.Xllli street twenty -five (M) fcit to the beginning. Ten. is of salens prescribed by tho decree: Or.c-thlrd (J.) of tho purchaso prleo In cash and the reslduo hi two equul piyments utnno nnd two v ears from date nf salo respectively, tho purihnscr to execute his notes therefor, be irl 114 11 per cent, lueicst from due; sild Interest pajabluscml-auniially and secure I hyaclced of (rest on the property sold, or all cash, nt tha piiril-sser's option. A deposit of SKkl will bo required to (10 pnlil by tho purchaser whoa sold. Allconvovnticlngnnd rccordlngjit pur chaser's tost. Terms to be compiled with In seven clays, otherwise Trustoes reservo tho right to resell nt risk and tout ut defnultlur purchaser after fivo da) s' previous public ad vertising In T bo Crllle newspaper. RANDALL 11 AGNl'.R, Trustee, iniir.tiiM.it. vy. SAMUEL MADDOX, 'I rnstce, fclO-d&ds lit! Louisiana nve. r(llJ5AI.lLANIi HUNT. ITl'AL ESTATE 11 ULLBTIN. X -nv- T HOMAS E. WAOGAMAN, 1117 F street. Changes made Wednesday s and 'Saturdays. C-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES J'OR SALE. NOitTiivvnsT. 1(11110111 st., li. h.. m. I., 10 rs ?n,(l 272UM st., b. h.,ltrs Id.itm 111.H 1Mb st., r. Ic, li rs. and I hem-cs tenr. l'l.uoi 1711 ll'th st., 1). h m.L.tirs ti.O'ii) S(.7(lst b. h., in. I., 10 rs S.UOI 112N (111 St., b. Ii lirs s,il, llvl Iiouudary, f. n., m. lsrs l.lin IM st., I). h m. I., 11 rs 0,7111 llltl T st.. b. h7rs 11,0)1 ,1','M K St., !i. !i 10 rs :. 2-S'rolt'i 1IRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOlt SALE. SOUTHWEST, 110 In (30 Mil. avo., li. li , Ir $HVM 4:0 to -ti'.ail.V st , f. h., I r RDM inc. (1st., b,h Trs S..W) island IU8IHI1 fct b. In, in. 1.,'Jrn .1,i.'l SKil UHH., b. h 111. I., H rs fS.UII ai-l suit :ill MM., f. h.. Irs 2,k)l liv7tols.'ll Mel. nvo, b. h 1. rs 2,'X t:sl st b. h., .lis l,s) P2IGtt., f. I1..B rs 1,V lf.S S. Capitol st., b. h., S rs 1,'XM UNIMPROVED PROPER TV FOlt SALK. Per foot. Sletstlcl M and N sis 11 vv $171 ()st. bet l.'.th nnd ll.lh 2 71 Florida nve., bet, N, Cap. uudOsts 1 1.1 11th st,, let. Clifton nnd Roanoke sis. 11 vv. 1 SO Duinlurtnii nve and llcullst bet suth nud SIststs 1 21 Ost.bet IstnndMdstrtn vv 1 (l Sthst., bet. E. Chii. and A sis. 11. e 1 (X) S. vv. cor. .'id nnd L sts. 11. e frl 1) and C. 211th and 21st sts , CO Mount Pleasant, , I) , HOUSES FOR KENT. Per month (lUMCthst. 11. vv.. It) rs tttoo l-.'lEst. 11. w.,11 rs M IM Slil (1 st 11 vv, stable, 1:1 rs SOU) I'd U 13th st 11 vv, 12 is 1.1 0) Viper part liosi'st.n. w7rs :xi Oil 1:2 and lit I Florida avo 11 vv, 7 r , Ui lllclTst 11 vv, tl rs , :) OJ PnitnfiSiOKstn w.Sih !XI IK) 27i.0Mst.n. vv II rs 2110 1U1I4,1,' st. s. vv., 12 rs 2.10) 1)27 12th st. 11. w.,i!i 21 on llMlllth mi vv.brs 21 Ol UlirdstscTrs 2J !H MON. II. ave. n.w.. li rs 22 U) l'.M7 Slst st. 11. w.. I, rs 2dll heiorlitliand II slsne, Srs 20 OQ 1115 llith st 11 w, 7 rs l'l Ol 121'iCst s vv, vv, Srs..... ISO) 121!) .IMIist 11 w, Sr 12oi S213Ct LOANS. In sums to tnlt nt tl per cent, REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. Pnfo ns U. S, bonds. Six per cent., paynhlo quarterly. In turns ot (1,000. Small premium (barged T ho nl ove Is only a portion of the property nn my books. For full list call at olllce fur bulletin Issued on the 1st nnd 11th. T. U. WAGGAMAN. i on iu:xt iiutisip. F .Oil RENT-UNFURNlSllED- 1W.I M st. n. vv., lirs JHSffl HRIMass. ave., 17 rs, ami stable 200 no lK7Mst. li. vv I.Irs IM 1.7 13'JIM st. i). w is rs 130 no 1MB SI tt.il. vv13 ts IV) til Uth st. ex., lirs lis oo 1417 Mass. ave. n. w 12 rs ill Ul suiitthst, ii. w.. ll rs Ui mi 13CSH st. n. w 18 rs ltNloo 1518 Conn, are., 11 rs til 37 1312 Conn. ave.. IHrs w SO r.isl'st.n. wll r s.. Mfl 1533 G St., !l rs 7111) SU17 Oft, ii. vv., 121 71 1 MB K st. li, vv 13 rs 71(H) IH1N. Y. nve. n. w,tlr ul Ol luigriiapln.t., ill no no 1211 N si, ii, vv lira Stl (M llllllth st. ii, vv , :i rs., il.it Ml tu Wit Stuughton st lirs 6t Ol luiiill st. li, vv., m rs 410) 1M4Rsl.ii, w., Mrs HO) t07 2di, n, vv., 7 is 31 ol It l'l 1th st. it. vv., nr. anddwg 00 isso'jiqhtt. ii. vv 7rs 11 ti 1'iop jt.n, vv.. str. and w.irerooms :n 00 l.,.2l2llhst. ii. w8rs 21 ml ii 1'nmeroy t., 5 rs 12 1X1 Skill Hlli t. n. w.,itat, Srs T ho abovo nouses can be examined by per mit from our oillco only. THOMAS J. I'lbllKIt CO., ltr.'l l'.tn. iv. i'i:itsoN.i.. 0"VVa m6nth"(iivi:n for a iiti O-l J etuincut position p.i) lug if H or f ii pet month, by a young man vvlin hat Senatorial and Congressional Indorsements, Addiess SIM-'ERlTY.HiUollloo. NtW IS THE TIME. WF. WILL PAY "big money" for gents' arat-class second-! nnd clothing. Address or call at J L'S'i U'S) OLD STAND, 01!) D st. n, w. ItAII.ltOAll-l. V ALTIMORK A OHIO RAILROAD. " " Hcl.ednto In effect Jannnry 1, lKll. Lcavo Washington frnm station corner of No'.y Jersey avenue and O street. Ton Ciiicaoo nnd Northwest, Vcstlbnlcd Limited express dally 11.30 a. m eipress 8.50 p.m. Foil Cincinnati, St. Louis nml Indianapolis, express dally, ano and ll.! p. m. Fnn lt'Tsnt'iifi and Cleveland, express dally, ll.aOn. m. andasop. m. Fnn I.eximiton and points lu tho Shenandoah Valley, 110.40 n. m. Ton WlNciireTJ 11 and way stations, IS.ntl p, m. Fnn I.rnAT. 'HXOp. m. Fnn IIAI.TDinnK, week days, 4(, BOO, fl.S.1, 7.20, 7..V), (Mm, 41-niInntcs), R.nti,ii.ai, (ti no, 12.00, 4.1 minutes), n. m 1i.in, 2.IS, 21,0,(3 15 45 minutes!, 3 2,1, 4S3, I ;1 (3 HO. 43-mlnutes), 6.03, S.rt), (1.13, 11.91. 7.1.1, 7.SO, IMIO, 10.11) mid ll.t p. in. Bnndnv , 4.03, 7.20, 7.3), 8. HI, ti.ST, a.m., (12011, 13-mlnutis), I (l, 2.15, 2 50. S.2.1, 4.Sm, (5(0, 43-lnllllltCs), 6 03, IMS, 0.21), 7.30,11.01), 10 ill, 11X11 p. in, Fn Amjai 01.18, ii.3.1 nnd 8.311 a. m 12.10 and 4.23 p.m. Sundays, H.ain, in. and LOT p. m. Foil rni;i)Ei:icK,1ll.:fl a. in., 1.13, t3.3U, tl.rj'J p. ni, 1'on llAornsTowN, 110.10 a. m., nnd 15.S0 p. m. HOYAL ULIE LINE FOR NEW YORK AND I'lIILADliLl'IllA. FonNrw Yor.u, Trenton nnd the East, IOT, 18.W, in.to, l2.(On. m.,,2.ty),3.iK)nd10 jel p. in, linnet Parlor C.irs on nil clay trains fckfplog Car on tho 10.00 p. m., open nl V.UJ p.m. Fon Uoston 260p. m, with Pullman Unite t Sleeping Car lunnlnir through to lloOou without change, via I'oiighkeepsla Ilrhlito, landing passengers In 11. X M. station at Hus ton. Fon riiiI.Anti.rniA, !(!, tfllO, I0 00 a, in.. 12 OU Eooii, 2.60, 3.01, 8.1.1 Jiid 1II..H p. m. Foil I.'llv.Alih, Del.. Wilmington nnd Chester, J.M, 18 (Wc m., 12.0(1 nnon, '2.50, S.UI, ii.15, nnd "in 3d p. m. Limited express stopping nt 1 Umiugton only, 10.(O u. m, Fnn AII-antio CiTr,4 03nnd lObOa m., 12.UU nnon. bundnys, 1.03 n. in.. 13.0) noon. Fur time or suburban trains sco Unto tables to bo hnd of all ticket nsonts. tlixceutSunanv. 'Dully. ISundny only, llnggaro tailed for nnd checked from hotels nnd I esldcnces by Union Tninsfer Co. on orders left nt ticket oflitcs, Ul) nnd 1331 1'cnni'ylraula avenue nud nt depot. J. T. ODELL. CHAD. O. SCULL. Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. As't. BlciTMONDANirDANVlLLE KAILKO.U' CO.MPANY. ScllEIIfLK IN EtTECT JANOAIIY 4, 1811, All trains leave and nrrlvo at Pennsylvania passenger station, Washington, I). ('. S:30n, m. Dally for Ciilpepcr, Chnilott'S vlllc. Stations (Ticsnpcnka nnd Ohio Route, Lynchburg. Rocky Mount, Dinvlll", Greo.is boro', Rale It'll, Ast.evTIle, Chailolto, Columlui, All.cn, AniMistn, Atlautn, lllrmliighiiin, Moiit rcimery, New Orleans, Texas and CsllfornH. I'lillmali Sleei'er New York to All nitii and 1'iillmnu sleeier Atlanta to New Orleans. Pullman Sleeper Dnnvlllo via Columbln mid AnciiMn to Maran. Pullmnii Sleepers Wash ington to Cincinnati lu C. & p. Rome; con rrrts nt I.jiichburg with NnrfnU nnd Wctern Itnilrord for Roanoke, Ilrlstol, Kiioitvlllc, Clint tnnoogn nnd tho Southwest. 11:11) a.m. Dally, Washington and South, western Vcstlbnlcd Limited, between Wash. Iiigtoiinncl Atlanta, composed entirely ot Pull, iiinu cir, on which nn extra rate of f.cro Is chnrged; nrrlves Atlanta C:2i)n. m.seionddny. Consult time talde for stops. 2:C(lp. m. Dally, except Sunday, for Man.n sas, strasburg and Intermediate station" 4:Mp. I.I. Dally, runs to l.yrirhbur: cirry lug Pullman sleeper to Memphis vlt Lymli burg and Bristol, 11:10 1. in. W c stern Rx press tl lily for Man.n tnr, thnr'.oltesvllle, stiiiiutou, Loulvvlllc, C n clnnntl, I'nllinan Vcrtlbiile Train Wnsliln'nn to tlrclr.natl, with a l'nllmsn sleeper tor Louisville. 11:20 p. m. Sonthern Express dally for Lyr.ihburg. Danville, Raleigh, Ashi-vlHc, I'll ir lotto, Columbia, Augusta, Aiken, Atlanta, Monlt-omery, New Orleans, Texas nml fill foriiln. l'tillmnn Vestlluilo Car Wnslilnstnn to New Crlnir.s via Atlanta and Mnnt'tuitie y. 1'ullmrii Iecper New York nnd Wnslilmimi to Ahev llle ami Hot spring", N. C, v la halWia y. AlrciM nshlngioii to Augusta via Charlotte nud Coli.mhin T rnii.s tin Weshlni'tnn and Ohio dirts on eavo Washloittnnl'tO) n, in. dally, 1:11 p m, dally nud 4: IS l. m. dally, except Suiid.iv; re. turning arrive Washington KSO n. in. nud II p. in. cTnlly and 7:'(l a. in. dallv. except S;n 1 cy, 1 hi or. an trains from tl e South via ChicKm Dar.villoaiid l.inciilmri: nrrlvo In Wuslilii " m cciln. in., lu:23 a. m. and 7:71 p. in,; vii K a T timers! e. Iliptid and Lynchburg ill 1. II n, m. nnd 7'U p. m; rll ChcsipeiUo n'i'l O.dn loitte nnd Clnrloitesvllle nt;:l. ti, m sod 1 ".I p. m. end 10.23 a. m. strashurg lorii ni l'l: IT u. in. T Ickcts, sleeping ear reservations nnd tutor mutton furnished and ttaggugo thei It t at ofilec, RICO I'eiiiisvlrauln nve, nud nt pi- im r station, l'enii"jlvni'la Rallroid, dtli and llr'-t. JAS. L. TAYLOR, Gen. Pass. Age it rpllE Gl7j::ATrl:F.NNSYirVA Nil. 1 0 U T E J to tl.o North, West nnd Southwest, Doul le Tmfk. Splendid Scenery. steel l.ells. Mngnlllcunt Equlpm- ut Is ErrrcT JanuahvI!', 1 n. Trnlnr lenve- Washington from station cor ner ot sixth nnd 11 streets, as follows: Fon I'lTTsr.t'iio nud tho West, Chleign Lim ited Exprcs of I'ullni'in Vestilnilo Cars nt Itiron. m.dall); Fait Line, in 71 a. ni. dally to Chicago, Coliiuibus nnd St. Louts, wllh Parlor Cur llnirlshiirg Co Pitt Imr.:, nnd Sleeping Car from Pittsburg to ludl iiiapo Us, 1 lttrtmrs loCnliimbiis; Altoon to Chi cago. St. Louis, Chicago nud iTucliiuall Hxprn s, 3.!ii ji in dally. Parlor (Mr W.ili lugtotitn llnulshurgnud Sleeping Cars lint rlsliurg to St. 1 otils, Chlncgo und Clniln mill. M'd Bluing Cur Harilsburg to St. Lonls, Clilcngn and Cincinnati. Western Ex press nt i.iu p. m. cinuy, vvitu Bleeping cars Wpshlt.gtpn to Clitcngn and t;t. Louis, eon neclhig dally nt llarrl'burg with thro nth sleepers for I.oulsvlllo and .Memphis. I'ull-; mnti Dining Cur Pittsburg to Rlihniunil and Chicago, l'aclflc Express, louip. in. dally torllttsburj and tho West, with through bhepcrto lTttsbnrg and l'lttsturg to Chi enco. BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD Foil RAM". Cauundalgua, Rochester and Nl.l.', nrn Falls dally, cxcenl Sunday. H.10 a. r Foil EniE, Cnnandalgtia nnd Rochester daily; for lluffalo and Niagara dally, except Sit ir day, 10.ro p. in., with sleeping Car Washl.ig. tern to Rochester. Foil Williams or.T. Hoihostcr and .Nl. wan Fall". 7.40 n. in. dallv. excent Saturday, with bicel lug tar Washington to Rochester. Fon Willuvisi out. Itcmmi nnd Ehitlra at 10.WI ii. m. dally, except Sunday. Fon WiLUAJisrwvr linllj, a.:) p. ni, Fnn PlilLAIiiLriliA. New York nt-tl the East 7,20. U.UO rnd U.l a. m.t 12 II. 2. 0, '1.13, l.tt, 5.10. 10.10 ami lLiS p. in. On Siniuiiy. !).! n. ni.. 12.11. 2.10. ,111 l.sit 10IK) andll.n-iii. in. Limited Exjiress cif i'ullmsn Parlor Csrs, with Dining Car, to New Yoik, tl.tOn. iu, dally, except Sunday. Fon Nlw Yoiikonlv, 1 Fon Nlw Yoiikonlv. Limited Express with Dining Car, S.U0 p. m. daily. Fon 1 uiLAiitLiiiiA (inly. Fast Express s 10 n. r.i. week-days, nud l.no p. m. dally, Ex press Sunday only, 5.10 p. m. Foil Boston, without cliouje, 3.13 p.m. every day. Ton HnooKLYN, N, Y all thrnngh trains con nect at Jersey Clly with boats of Ilrooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double ferriage across Now York city. Fon Atlantic City, 12.13 p. m. week dais, ll.'i.lp. in. dally. Foil llALTiwor.r, 0.13, 7.20, RIO, O.bO. ft, 10, 10.IM, 10.t(l, 11.(0 and 11.50 a. in., 12.13, 2.10, 1.13, 8..H', 4.(0. 4.20, 4.00, S.00, fl, 10, 11.(10, 7.IJ, PI.'K) and 11.53 p. m. On Sunday, !UKI, 0.01. m Ml . III., 1V.1.1, V.IO, 11.10, U.1J1, I CM, l.'-fl, .s.csi, -), 1 1, I1.CO. 7.111.1000 mm 11.13 p. m. run l'ni'L's CitiiK Link, 7.20 n. ni. daily, except Sunday. in. nud ill p. Foil Annai'olis, 7.20 ond fi.00 a. ni., 1! ,V) nud 4.20 p. in, r'.r.lty, except Sunday. Sundays, li.txi a, m, and 4.20 p. in. WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY. IN L1TECT JANUAItY 10. lll. Ton AD.XAMOtIA, 4.511, U.S3, 7.11, B.10, 0 tl, 10.S7a. in.: 12.01 noon, 4(8, 3.00, 1.21,111, li 01, h.02, 10.03 nnd 11.30 p. in. On Sunday at 4.:i. 7. 1.1, II. 13, 10.37 a. in.; 2.S0, li.OI, 0.01 aid 10.03 p. m, AtcoMjunuTiov for (Jnantlco, 7,11a. m and 4 S3 p. in, week day s, 7. II n, m, Sun Ins. Foil Ru iimomi nud tho South, I.30 and 10.37 n. in. dally. Accommodation 1.5.1 p, m.vvcck dajs, Tiiains ixavk AtKXAiiniA for Wasliliist.nl, cos, 7.03. Mm. 'i.lo,io is. 11. tin, m.: t ."), WJ, .1 Ml. .1.11'. li 03. 7 01, 11.20, 10 50 mid lLOSp. Ill, On Sunday at 0.111 nml 11.11 u. m.; 200, S.10, 7.05, 1 l(i, i.2u and 10 SO p. in. T Ickcts and Information at tho office, north east comer of Tliltlcenth street and Pennsvl vnnln nvenue, and nt the nation, wlicro orders ran be left for tho checking of iuggige to destination from hotels and residences, CHAS. E. I'l'Gll. .1. It. WOOD. General Mauager. General Passenger Agent. c&,o OUE3Al'BAKB AND ROUTE. OHIO HAILWAY. schedule In effect January 1, 18SI, Trains leave Union Depot, Sixth an I II streets, 10.37 n. in for Newport News, Old Point Comfort nnd Norfolk chilly. Arrlvo nt Old Point at u :s1 p, in. and Norfulk ut I) 31 p, in, I. A) a. m (Tuctiiimll Express dully for si lions in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky and ITuciuiiKtl. Vestlluilo sleepers throi.'Ii will oi t change to Cincinnati, arriving at (1,23 p. r.i. ll.lOp. m.-I'sF. V. Vestibule Limited, dslly. Solid trains, wllh itlulug carr, run lhrm;li without choline to Ciiiilniiati. Vestibule Sletper for Lexlngioii nnd Umisvlllo. I'ull man Cai nre open to recelvo passeugers ai U p. in. Ofllce. MM IVnnsvlviinln nvenue. II W I I'LL Kit, lieu Pass. Agent. THE INCREASE THE CI RCU LAT I O N "THE ORITIO" Is Hcultliy mid tiubatnntlul. "THE CRITIC" piesents ALL the NEWS ni a coinpict nud ntiriotive mauser. That ts tas reason people wnut It ...)..- . t..V . ,Uv. U iliJSUl.