MILLIN AND REED.
A LIVELY EXCHANGE OP SHAM'
WORDS BETWEEN THE TWO.
Spirited Struggle of ttie Democrat to
Gain An Advantage Tlie-y Rlio in n
Hotly nml Leave the Hnll to Escape
llclnjr, Conntcil On n Voto.
In the House to (by, nftcr a brief debate
(ii the notion ol the Houso yesterday In
holding t o distinct legislative session? on
the snmo cnlcndar day, I ho Journal of last
night's proceedings wm approved.
A resolution was adopted calling on tlio
Altornc.v-Ocncral for information ni to
vv hat instructions havo been given by him
In any United (states District Attorney,
Marshal, Deputy Marshal or Commit
sluicr with regard to tho institution an
I re sedition or nny suits under tho act to
enforce tbo right of citizens to voto in tho
Mr. Cannon reported, n, resolution for
tho iniincdiato consideration of business
n I artci by tho Committee, on thojiull
( inry, the first hill to ho taken up to be
tho bill for tho relief of tho Supremo
Court, with Senate amendments and next
tho Mil to fix Iho salaries of United
Tho question of consideration w as raised
by Mr. Drccklnrlelge, and tho Houso
decided by a oto of yeas 113, nays "0. to
consider tho resolution.
Mr. Mount of Oeorgla moved to tablo
tho resolution, but It was lost by a voto of
jrns 03, nays 128.
Mr. Cniinon then took tho door, stating
Hint he would say but n few words as to
tho merit of tho proposition.
Mr. McMillan or Tennessco Inquired
whether tho object of tho gentleman lu
Miying a few words was not to preventtho
forty minutes' dchata allowed under tho
rules, after tho previous question was
Mr. Cannon replied ho would answer
frankly in tho nfllrnaatlvc. In view of tho
motions already made on tho Democratic
nlde, under tliolendof tho gentleman from
Tinncs-ec (Mr. McMillan), tho Itcpubll
cans accepted notlco that that gentleman
on tho Dtmocratlc sldo did not deslro to
facilitate business. Ho would make a fow
remarks and then demand tbo previous
Mr. McMillan Inquired whether it was
the gentleman's purpose to attack him
and his motives and then to move the
previous question and cut oft debate.
Mr. Cannon disclaimed having madoan
attack iijioii anybody.
Mr. McMillan said that this was a prop
osition to lncrcno tho salaries of Judges
while tho Appropriation bills were still
Mr. Cannon replied that It was a propo
sition to put the court and tho salary bills
Into conference If tho majority wished tu
Mr. McMlllin responded that tho gen
tlcninn had announced his programme
nnd had said that after talking n few min
utes ho would shut off debate. If that
vvus the programme to bo pursued tho
Democrats would meet it at every point.
Democratic applause. This was n prop
osition to take caro of ltcpublic.au dead
ducks and was an effort to Increasosdi
rlts while the Itepubllcan party was "lln
gerii'g snpcrlluoui on thost.agc," after tho
Jifriile had denounced It.
Mr. Cannon said that ho would yield
11 o gentleman from Tennessco threo
minutes. Ho wanted tho gentleman to
have on opportunity to get all tho bllooff
Mr.D.ll.'lajlor Why is tho gentleman
frrm Tcuncmr-o so excited?
Mr. McJIIllIn Ilcciiuio 1 see you pro
pete 10 piiineicr mo .treasury. i'cuin
i rutlo applauso and jeers from the Itepttu
Mr. Ulount of Georgia moved to recom
mit tho resolution with Instructions to
icport It bock after tho pending Appro
priation bills shnll have been passed.
Mr. Cannon "Iho gentleman does not
deceive even himself by that proposition.
Mr. lllount Tho gentleman does not
try toliecolvc anybody. Tlio Democrats
dimanded a division on Mr. mount's
motion and In order to savotlmo the Itep
rcemtatlvcs called for and on a standing
into ordered tho yeas and ua s.
Mr. McMlllin asked for tellers on tho
jcasand niivs, and strenuously objected
to the Speaker's refusal to entertain his
The Clerk proceeded to call tho roll,
and, following tho precedent set la-t sec
tion, tho great body of tha Democrats
arose and left tho Hall. Tho voto re
mlted j cos. 12; nays. 160 tho Clerk
v ting asulliclcnt number to constitute a
quorum, and tho motion was lost.
The question then recurred an tho de
mand for tho previous question, and, hav
ing demanded tho yeas and nays, Mr. Mc
Mlllin, by a signal of his hand, directed
tho Democrats who were in tha cloak
rooms to comu forward In his support.
Having obejed tho signal long enough
to accomplishMcMlllln'sobJect,tho Dem
ocrats once moro disappeared.
Tho voto having been concluded Mr.
McMlllin demanded its recapitulation.
This demand tho Speaker declined to en
tertain on tho ground that it was for the
purposo of delay.
Mr. McMlllin retorted that It was a de
lay that had never been denied by any
predecessor of the present Speaker.
"Precisely," answered tho Speaker,
"but the rules have been changed."
Mr. McMlllin Dut there is no clianr'0
In this rule.
Tho Speaker replied that tinder general
parliamentary proceedings the right of
tho demand existed, except when it was
made for tlio recognized purposo of delay.
Tliisdcmand for a recapitulation seemed
to be of that nature, but if tlio gentleman
thought thcro was an error In tha call tho
Chair would order a recapitulation,
Mr. McMlllin denied tho right of tho
Chair to crltlcisohlsactions or his motives.
If ho had that right, ho (McMlllin) had it
similar right to crltlciso the Chair.
Tho Speaker lly no means, for tho
Chair is acting In an oillclal capacity,
Tho Speaker Tbo gentleman Is not act
ing as a rtpresentativo of tlio House, as
the I hair it.
Mr. McMlllin I nm not Speaker, it Is
true, but I wish to call tho attention of
Tho Speaker Tho Chair think that no
l ossibllity of error cm exist in a voto of
ICO to 8.
Mr. McMlllin Mr. Speaker, beforoyou
ever denied a recapitulation
The Speaker Hut that refusal has bean
1 nst-cd upon by tho House.
Tho Speaker then declared tha motion
curried v, cas 161), nays 8 a quorum being
Tho resolution was then agreed to yeas
160, liovH 1, and under its provisions tho
Court bill was immediately taken up for
The reading of tho Senate amendments
was concluded precisely at 2 JO tho tlma
I'aid for tlio ordering of thu previous
question and tho Speaker put tho ques
tion whether tbo Senate amendments
should bo non-concurred lu.
The Senate to-day, after tlio transaction
of routlno business, proceeded to tho con
tldcratlnn of pension bills, and In tho
caco of forty-fire minutes 130 Houso
JViisioii bills vvero passed,
'J l.o Nicaragua Canal bill was then
taken up (giving tho giuranteo nf tlio
United States Oov eminent to timeout
innv'sl per rent, bonds tu tho amount
'J lie bill having been read lu full Mr,
Kdmiuids said that lu tho nceesiary id)
kiuo of tho chairman of tho Committee
mi l''orclgn Itelatlons (Mr. Shormin) It
was bis duty to tnlm charge) of tho bill for
tho timu being. The subject was not a
new one. Tho national import.incn of
having tha kind of Interests in tlin Nica
ragua Canal which tho hill provided for
hud bun fully discussed in IhoSeuato
two or threu jcars. ugo. llcsldes, tho ro
port of tho lomnilileowai so full and
Oinphtoaud condensed that ho did not
foci called upon at this time to take mi
tho tlma nf tlio Scnata in again going
ocr tho grounds staled in tho report, ca
I cclully In view of tho very complete and
iiblo observations of tho Senator from
Ahiliamu (Mr. Morgau)tomo days ag).
Ite-pent on l'e-iulons.
ThoHuiuoCommlttco on Invalid l'ou-
Mens today reported favorably, with an
niiMiidinfiit decreasing the amount from
IM) per month to f 15 icr month, tho
Senate bill granting a pension to Marlon
McKibbrn, widow of General David D,
THE LATEST LAUGH.
Cnclilnntlnn Over tho Itc-tort of Clave
Of all the reports that have found their
woy Into local print, that ono In n morn
ing paper to-day lhat Mr. Cleveland would
refute to bo a candldato fortho Presidency
has excited tho utmost degrco of cachtiia
Hon among tho politicians.
When an evening local paper tho other
day nunounccd that Mr. Gorman was
going to mnko a statement deprecating
the use of his nnmo In connection with
the Democratic nomination and urging
all hands to be for Cleveland, thcro was n
smile that could bo heard all over tlio
Now that tho announcement comes
that Mr. Cleveland Is not and will not bo
n candidate, thcro Is a laugh so robustious
that the Goddess of Liberty lu tho dome
feels Insccuro in her position and Is in
clined to ask for an appropriation to
strengthen her foundation.
The idea that Mr. Cleveland, who has
Iccn going up and down the earth fortho
last two jcars recking a rciiominatlon
nnd crying aloud from tlio housetop that
he needs one In his business, announcing
at tliis stage that "your candidate. I can
not be," is something so excruciatingly'
funny to folks thatthcliycnas now In tho
email National Zoo aro thinking of vvecp
Ing Instead of laughing.
And, again, tho Idea that Mr. Cleveland
should say that ho did not want to be
longer "in It" strikes people In thosamo
manner as if the man who usually wants
twenty-live cents for "a night's lodging"
should offer to the wayfarer that sum out
of his own pocket.
A prominent Democratic member of
the House, In laughing away the absur
dity of the report that is herein discussed,
and In mentioning Mr. Cleveland's well
known desire to advance himself, and
himself only, said: "What would Clove
laud do. If ho vvcro not a candidate for
olllcc? Ho has been n candidate for place
ever since ho was26 years of age. In tho
language of tho poet: 'Can tho Leopard
Chance His Spots; Can the IHhiop Change
His Skin?' " ' h
nOOKMAKING AND I'OOLSELMNG.
Two llllls to Violent Them In tho Dis
trict 1'avoralily ltopeirtcil.
The Senato District Commlttco to-day
ordered to bo reported lavorably two bills,
one with amendments nnd thcothcr'wlth
out. Tho amended bill is to prevent
bookmaliing and ponlsclling in tho Dis
trict of Columbia. It is tha bill Intro
duced bv Senator Morrill. Tho amend
ment strikes out tho words "twcnty-tlvo
dollors," so that nnyono who bets,
gambles, etc., in or w ithin ono mile of tlio
boundaries of Washington and George
town .shall bo fined not moro than 8500, or
imprisoned not moro than ninety davs, or
both. Tlio hill ordered rcHirlcif without
amendment is tho bill Introduced by Sena
tor btcwart to amend the charter of tbo
Dock Creek Hallway Company of tho DIs
trlctof Columbia, tho provisions of which
have already been giyen In The Ciutio.
A SUCCESSFUL CONSPIUAOY.
Tliu 1'rco Cnlungo 1)111 to Ho ItopoiU-.l
The tactics of tho goldito members of
the Houc Commlttco on Coinage,
Weights and Measures havo prov.tllel.
To-day by n vote of 8 to 4 that commlttco
decided to report tho bill back to the
House with tha recommend itlou tint It
do lint nets. Procrastination is cener.dk-
Put down us the thief of time. In this c ha
It might be characterized as tlio pilferer
of tho rights of tho people. Thero lus
never been nny doubt that, If n voto upon
tho bill could be had in the Houso on Its
merit, It would havo gone through that
brdy without more than a slight hitch
hero or there. There was also no doubt
of tho fn( ttlmt tho majority of thcpcoplo
of this country were in favor of frco
coinage. 'Hun ciiino In the schomo to
hold tlio Senate bill lu tho Hoifo com
mittee until It would ho too lato for any
action on tho part of tho lower branch,
and then report it adversely. Agilnst
these tactics a hot tight was mada by the
friends of free coinage on the committee,
butlt has conic to naught.
The Speaker, tho Itepubllcan leaders
In tho House and tho Administration havo
prevailed. There has been for tlio past
two weeks a very well dcilned opinion
that thcro would bo no action upon the
bllv cr bill in tho Houso this session. Tho
action of thocommltteo to day makes that
oi inion a certainty. Tho manner in which
the in ensure has been smothered smacks
a good deal of tho nature of a conspiracy,
but it was nevertheless a successful con
spiracy. Messrs. Wickham, Walker, Comstock,
Knapp, Taylor, Tracey, Wilcox and Vntix
voted against tho bill, nnd Messrs. Car
ter, llartine, Bland and Williams for it.
Tho Commlttco on Coinage, Weights
and Measures held what was probably its
last meeting of this session to-day.
John J. Knox of Now York, formerly
Comptroller of tho Currency, addressed
the commlttco in rcfcrcnco to tho passago
of the act of 1873.
E. B. Ilacon, representing tho Chamber
of Commerce and Merchants' Association
of Milwaukee, spoko against frcocoluage,
and Alonzo Wardell of South Dakota,
representing tho Partners' Alliance, and
Congresman-elect Jeremiah Simpson of
Kansas, also an Alliance man, spoke In
fuvor of the passage of a frco coinage
Senator Stewart of Nevada concluded
tho hearing with an argument In favor of
free coinage, ofter which thocommltteo
went Into executive session to tako final
action on the bill.
To Kiicourngt) Small saving.
Tho Houso Committee on Postolllccs
and l'ostroads to-day ordered n favorablo
report on (ho bill to establish postal sav
ings banks and encourage small savings.
Tho bill authorizes tho Postmaster
Ccncralto deslgnato postolllces imust.il
tavlngs banks to reccivo deposits for re
mittance to sub depositories provided for
and to repay the amounts to depositor!.
1'iitnlly .Shot liy Ills llrotliei.
llirMio, l'eb. 20. Hugeno llclllngcr
mid his wlfo quarreled and lliigcnu's
brother William remonstrated with him,
Kugeno attacked lilmwlth a kulfo and
chased him into tho street. Tnico utter
that Kugcno tried to stab his brother, and
they chased each other all over tho houso
mid Into tho street. Tho third timollu
geno attacked his brother tho latter shot
him twice. Ono bullet entered his neck
nnd another lodged In his lungs. Ho will
Tliu SkHll of Motnrt.
1'rom Vienna comes a weird story about
the skull of Mozart, bequeathed by Pro
fessor Hynll, tlio anatomist, to tho
Mozartoum at K.diburg. Tho skull,
which has just found Its way to the de
pository of other relics of tho great com
posir, was taken many years ago from
Mozart's gravo In tliu cemetery of St.
Slarx, at Vienna, by tho grave-digger,
who had been much Impressed with
Moart's compositions. Ho kept It hi a
cupboard at his home, bhowlng it only to
his most Intimate friends. Tho finding uf
tho skull was recorded in the cileudir
and when tho gravo-dlggcrdlcd his suc
cessor, an enthusiastic lover of music,
ama Into possession of both calendar and
kkull. One day tha engraver, llyntl,
whllo visiting tho cemetery of St. Marx to
sco his mother's tomb, was overtaken by
a storm and was Invited Into tho giuvo
dlpger's house, 'iho latter showed hint
tho skull and, upon llyntl stating that Ids
brother wns a phrenologist nnd would bo
much Interested in tho rclle, the gr.ivo
digger presented It to him, The skull,
llko tlio skulls of Hecthov en, Haydn unit
Schubert, is rather disappointing to those
who look for Blgnsof tho genius which
Jnincs Clement, an old resident of bt.
Louis, lias soma Interesting recollections
of ( buries Lever, tho novelist. Ho re
members him as a dark-eyed, ucrmttt
man, very nflected In his manner and at
emotional when otiltcd us a French dauc-lug-master.
Prince lllsmarck said lately at Ham
burg: "My Ideal is to bo oblo to walk
about In this largo and beautiful town
without teeing a single head turned to
look at mc."
TIIE CBITIO, WASHINGTON, D. 0., FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20, 18J)1,
HE DISTRICT CAriTOL. I HISS GLADYS OET8 TIIE CASH. I SPKCIAI. NOTICIM. I WAHTI.n-SITUATfO
1 ' I . "" " ' I - .... ! lirAVTl II IIV 1 fillKllltMl I
FltOM THE DISTRICT CAriTOL.
New of Qcnrrnl Intercut from tlio
A largo number of liquor licenses wero
tent to Assessor Trlmblo this morning for
his final action. These arc the first that
have been sent him since the Commis
sioners Issued the order forbidding tho
publication from day to day of rejected
or approved applications.
Commissioner ltoss told n Cmno re
porter this morning that tho press would
notbo given any Information until Com
lnl'sloucrltobcrt returned from Now York
on Tuesday morning, when tho agony or
the saloon-keepers will ho rellovcd or In
creacd by tho approval or rejection of
their respective licenses.
Judgo Miller has written tha Commis
sioners regarding tho contingent expenses
of his court as follows: "I notlco lu tho
District Appropriation bill, as reported to
the Senate, that tho Item for contingent
expenses ofthls court Is omitted. At tho
request offho Commissioners last fall 1
furnished estimates for tho ensuing year,
including SI ,400 for contingent expense,
and strongly urged upon tho Commit
sloncis tho necessity of having nt lent
this amount. It will bo Impossible to
run tho court without this item. I
thcrcforo hopo tho attention of Cjngress
wlllhocallcd to this matter nt once."
The Commissioners will glvo thecaso
their early attention.
Houso bill 12,73.', which provides for
tho refunding of taxes collected from
commercial ngents, was referred to At
torney Hazeltou for his opinion.
His decision is as follows. "As this Is n
qucllon for Congress, I do not know that
iinv thing further can be said or dono than
to furnish in your report upon the pro
posed legislation n statement of tlio
amount of money that will bo required to
meet tho demands or judgments that must
follow If this bill bi comes nlaw. Tho
amount must bo very large, exceeding
f 100,000, but tho exact amount can be ob
tained, of course, from tho records of the
"Whether the real pirtles now In Inter
cstarc speculators, having purchased these
claims, or having arranged to collect them
upon n contingent fee of a very largu
amount, might bo worthy of an Inquiry
or a suggestion to Congrca. If such is
the case, ns It may very likely be, after
so great elapse of time, It would certainly
take away whatever merit Is contained in
the lofty assumptions of tho prcamblo to
Assessor Trlmblo reports that tho re
ceipts from commercial agents between
November 1, lfi2, and April 1, 1RS7,
amounted to 5271,001.10. Mr. Trlmblo
states that tho amount claimed by resi
dents of the District can only bo approx
imately determined, but there Is re win to
bcllevo that tho amount mentioned by
the District Attorney (SIOO.OOO) would bo
equaled. If not exceeded bv tho class of
claims referred to.
The Martin V. Morris-United Stttcs
Electric Light Company dispute over .tn
innocent nnd unoffending supply polo hat
been augmented by nnothcr opponent to
the said pole, Mr. Thomas l'rancis, re
siding at 1.1J2-Massachusetts avenue, who
writes to llioCoinmlssIoners tho following
pithy and belligerent communication:
"1 noticed in this morning's piper an
article which referred to tho changing nf
a polo belonging to the U. S. Klcctrio
j.ignt i ompany lrnm its present position
to nn nllcv west. The jwle now stands In
n public- nllev nnd leans to vnrds tho prnp
(tty nf Mr. Martin Morris, in sqmro2l7.
If this pole is changed nnd place I in tho
alley west, which is a private alley b--louglng
to lots A, II and C, anil owned by
Mr. J. Stanley llrnwn, L. C. Pri' licit and
Dr. Murnliv. I will sec tint it is liivn
down and tho offenders prosecuted for
tri 'passing ttoii private properly."
Captnin ItcsEell says thcmiich-dlscussod
polo Is to be movedtosomu position wlicro
It will be amicable to public and iirivntn
Interests, which, of course, prohibits Its
being placed In any priv.ito alley, sn tint
Mr. l'rancis and his llttlo hatchet will bo
A bnlldlng permit was issued to ihv tn
tho United Scivlcc Club, through tlielr
president, General (Jeorgu M. Schnlleld.
Tho building Is to bg erected at 102S I
street northwest nf press brick and stone,
cost f 00,000. Harvey L. Pao Is thu
architect, and Charles A. Lnngley It tliu
Somo tlmo ago tho Washington and
f! eorcetow n Ita lrnnd Comnnnv. throui'li
Mr. H. Hurt, president, wrota n letter to-
mo commissioners, in vvnicn tnoy re
quested permission to place a box at tho
head of Seventh street north, to bo used
for i lacing a telcphono therein, so thuy
would bcin constant communication with
their power-house. As this box would
obstruct tho street tho Commissioners at
tho time refused to grant tho desired per
mission. Mr. Hurt yesterday called at
tention to the fact that tho permit lnd
been refused, and requested that tho Com
missioners again consider tlio application
nnd, if possible, grant the permit.
Tlio papers wero referred to Captain
Kossell, who says that this permit lias
been previously refused, but sinco that
time structures of this kind havo been
erected by tho Hcrdic Company on Lafay
ette Squaro ami by tho Washington and
Oeorgetown Kallroad Company at tho
corner of Fifteenth street and New York
avenue. Ho says that ho is nf the opin
ion that this permit should bo refused
and that tho other buildings should bo
ordered to be removed.
Privates C. L. tlrant, 0. W. Wall and
Sergeant Trunncll linvo been removed
from tho police force by tho Commission
ers. The two former vvero dismissed for
violation of ccneral orders and tho latter
Orders In the Probate Court.
Ill tlio Probate Court to-day, Judge
Dradley, the following orders, etc., vvcro
made: Dstnto of William It. Collins and
Laura V. Collins, William H. Collins oi
lointcd guardian and waiver of citation
by ndult heir tiled.
j-annioii. Jironn, appointed guardian
of Margaret Tusley; estate of John Wal
lace, deceased, petition for letters of ad-
miuisirauon unit renunciation ana con
sent of nest kin filed: estate of Hllan
Htffcll, order admitting will to
probate; estato of Catharine King,
tlccrro admitting will to probate ami
grunting letters testamentary tn C. 0.
Meador; estate of Charles Miller, order to
bsuo auxiliary letters; estato of llllz.i
Gregory, will admitted to probata
and letters tcttumentnry granted
to John W. Gregory, bmd
S0.C00; istnto nf Mary 1). Morrow, applica
tion of John 11. Slorrow for letters of ad
ministration: estato of Isaac Landls, ordor
admitting will to probate and granting
litters testamentary to J. V, Cook, ?l,0i)
A Unlet lloiiuymnun.
t'lOmthe IktlllmoH Ainohan, HIM,
"Yesterday morning about 12 o'clock Air.
John Jacob Astor made his appearance at
tlio desk at tholtcuuert and ordeicd his
bieakfust, after which ho and his brldo
took a stroll out Charles street. Upon their
return to tho hotel they tooc a earrla -o
mid drove through Druid Hill Park. All
thu afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Astor re
innlued In their room. About D o'clock
they ordered dinner, which was served In
their private dining-room. Tho dinner
wus nut an elaborate one, as thu cost w.at
only ?5 36. bhortly before S Mr. and Mrs.
Astor took a carrlago mid started for thu
theatre. About 10 30 thov returned, Mr.
Astor walked In the lobby of thu hotel
Willi a handful of letters. As soon us ids
prcsdicu was made known nil tliu men lu
the smoking-room crowded intliudoorsto
git a look at him. He did not seem to
mind their glances, and calmly licked n
number of stamps, mailed his letters, and
then walked out. Ho had on n new pair
id' shoes which seemed to hurt hit feet.
Ho also woro n bright-red necktie, In
which was placed a diamond pin, As
soon as ho lift tliu lobby of the hotel ho
wtnl Immediately tn his rooiu.w here .Mrs,
Astor was waiting for him.
Itepubllcan Senators havo discovered
that President Harrison has mi Icu
Ho carries It under his vest.
When tho Senators go to bco Iilm ho
puts his hands on tho chest, teeters up
and down on hlstois and tells whit n
wonderful Chief Maglstralcheh.as been,
.'ui VuiK lUiuhl,
If you feel weak
and all worn out take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Hut tlm Crlnilnnl Action A cat list Mr.
Ic-sllo lltmriin floes on NovcrtlieloM
LosbON, Feb. 20. Mr. Leslie, Kraser
Duncan, lata editor of the Matrimonial
Aii, has paid Miss Gladys Ktiowlcs the
reduced amount of damages, 0,600, with
costs, awarded to her as tho result of her
suit against him for breach of promlso of
mnrringe. On tho first trial of tho suit,
curly lat summer, MIsKnowlcsscciiredn
V erdlcl for .CIO.OOO damages.
To avoid payment of tills Bum tho do
fcmlant transferred his Interest in tlio
Matrimonial AVim nnd lied to tlio conti
nent, and afterwatd declined to accept
MissKnowlcs' proposition tn compromise
the matter by paying her 2,500. Later
on Mr. Duncan went through tho Bank
ruptcy Court, and, during tlio courso of
his examination, the fact leaked out that
he was married In Juno to thu Hon. Mrs.
AVhytc-Mclville, widow nf tho novelist of
that name, and mother of tho Viscountess
Mr. Duncan appealed against the ver
dict ns being cxcesslvp, and tlio Court,
nftcr duo consideration, reduced tho
amount, of damages as already stated.
In splto of the payment of tho sum
awarded for damages, together with tlio
costs, tho criminal action commence 1 by
Miss Kuowles will still proceed, but
mitigation of tho offence will bo pleaded.
Is tlio Lord Major u l'laglnrliit.
The I'all Mall Gaxclte to-day publlsliet
In parallel columns n sermon which tho
Itcv. Charles H. Spurgcon, pastor of tho
famed Tobcrnncle, preached In 1801, nnd
nn address delivered bv tho Itlght Hon.
Joseph Savory, Lord Mayor of London,
Inst week nt tho Polytechnic Instituto(Y.
M. C. Institute for Apprentices, Artisans,
tie.), Mi Itegent street. Tho two dis
courses nroidcntlcal In almost every par
ticular, long paragraphs in tlio Spurgcon
sermon being delivered unchanged in the
Lord Major's address. Lord Mayor
fcnvory, whoso attention was called byn
reporter to this Singular coincidence, said
tbat ho was unaware of tho similarity ex
isting between his recent oration nnd
fcpurgeoii's pulpit utterances of 1881. Tho
Lord Major added that ho had never, to
thobest of ills know ledge, seen tho ser
mon referred to.
HIKED OUT HIS DAUGHTER.
An Italian nn Trial for Violating tlm
Kicolo Itossctl, nu ill-looking Italian,
was tried in the Criminal Court this morn
ing for violation of the Humane law. It
was alleged that Itossctl hired out his
little daughter Mary to an Italian organ
grinder for ?3 n clay w hen the girl played
the organ, and Si when she did not go
The little girl said that she did not ob
ject to going out with the organ, nml the
defendant claimed that there was no con
trcct made between himself and the
organ-grinder regarding tha services or his
riXANClAL AND COJUIEltCIAL.
Nrw Yoiik, Pel). 20-W.all street 1-30
p. m. Money loaned at 2J?-1 per cent.
l.clinnge stcuely; posted rates, lSOQISO,
ncttial rates, 185(31801 for sixty days, and
!S71c3lt-8 for demand.
Governments steadv; currency Cs, 100
bid. -1", coupon, DM bid; lit, do , 10J bid.
The stock market was moro Inactive
than on any mninlng during tlio pist
jear. 'lie sales to noon aggregated im(V
2?,( 00 shares, and dealing! wero canfinei
to lltirllngtoii ami Qulncy and Kick
lslaijd nnd St. Paul. Prices worn llrm
however, nnd at noon were generally I to
i cr cent, higher
AViitlilngton Slue-le llxclmiiRC.
Deported for Tiik Ci mc by Gurlev A.
Stevens, real estato unci. local securities,
1335 F street northwest.
Sales Itcgular cull. 12 o'clock m.
D. C. 3 0-w, S5 a 1171, Wash. t Gen. It. It.,
fin 210, 2a 210, Dck't'n 4 Sol. Home. It.
1!., 10n67l, lOucW; Nut. Union Ins., 12 u
181; Col. Fire lus. 13 a Id, 7 a 10. 10 a IS,
nn 16; ltc.il Hstalei Title Ins. 8a 12s-; Col.
Title Ins. fi a 02: Wash. Gas, 2o a 40. 25 a
101,25 a 101, 2.'. a 101,23 a 101, 2") 101;
Wash. Loan .t Trust Co. 10 n 01, lOnOJ,
lOaUDI; Am. Security k. Trust Co. 20 a
CS; 15 a 08.
Miscellaneous IlondsW. tfcO. 11. It.
10-J00s. lt'9)-'21, 10IS; W. .eO.lt. It.
ConvcrtibloO's, '0l)-'20, 120, Masonlo Hall
Ass'n 5's, C 1M)8, 10(., Wnsh. Market Co ,
1st 0's, 1802-1011,100. Wash. Market Co.,
Imp., li's, 1012-'27, 113; Amcr. Security
niul Trust, 0's. 1005, 100; Wash. Light
Infantry. 1st l.'s, 1001. 100. Wash. Light
iniamry, et h, hah, uijj wasn. music.
Ser. A,bs, J002-'27, 110; Wash
Scr. li, l.'s, 100-' JO. 117; Wnsh
Comei tibialis. 1001. 125.
National Dank Stocks Hank of Wash
ington, -150, Hunk of Itepubllc, 200. Met
ropolitan, 270, Central. 300; Second, 183;
I'urniers anil Mechanics, 100, Columbia,
15.'; Capital. 121; West Knd, 97J; Lincoln,
100. Citizens'. 170: Traders', 117.
Itullroad Stocks. Washington and
Georgetown, 235; Metropolitan, 115; Co
liirabtn, CC: Capitol and North O Street;
511; Kcklngtou and Soldiers' Home, 58;
Georgetown and 'Penally town, 501.
Insurance) Stocks. Firemen's, 40Jr
Franklin. 53; Metropolitan, 80, National
Union, 171; Arlington, 175; Corcoran, 08;
Columbia, 141; German American, 170,
Potomnc85; lllggs, 73: People's, 01; Lin
coln, 61; Commercial, II.
Tltlo Insurance Stocks Heal Estate
Title, 128; Columbia Title, 0.
Gas ami DIeetrio Light Stocks Wash
ington Gas. 401; Georgetown Gas, 48; U.
8. Klectrlc Light, 1401.
Tele phono Stocks Pennsylvania, 25;
Chesapeake it Potomac, Ol, American
Miscellaneous Stocks Washington Mar
ket, 10; Dull Itun Panorama. 17; Pneu
matic Gun Carriage, j;Oreat Pulls Ice,170.
Safo Doposlt nnd Trust Companies
Notional Safo Deposit, 210; Washington
Safe Deposit, 110; Wash. Loan & Trust
Co., 05J; American Security & Trust Co.,
Arlington Cuttlo Market.
rOcattlonp and sold Dcst, lltolj; good
4 to 1; nicillum, 31 to I; common, 2 to
3; Iiiiubs, 5 to 01; sheep, S to 51; yearlings,
fi to (; calves, 0 to 51; 5 cows and
calves, tJO to ?35.
One-fourth off our entire stock for ono
weckonlj-. L'lsemun Pros., Seventh and
HAKUII-IIOIIY-In Washington, M. C'
Pcbrusry 17, isil, ly tlio ttnv. muiiiufI Doiner,
nt ld rci-lelenco, Alfred 1. linker nt Ilreinklyu,
N. Y.,to.MlK llcselo M. Itoliy eit VViwtilnstoii,
'niltn-lHXTEIt-lly tho Hot. Cliarlrs
lhlUulu, 1 chninry IS, 1MI1, nt tlio Union VI. K,
Church, ClinrloH lfvron Pont ot 'I nkoniii 1'ierk
lu Elinor clns II liter ot Kcuiln.-lon, Md.
IIOI.MEV-Un 'liie-Jilay, l'elirniry 17, 1)!,
Hot ert Holmcx, hiiabam! ot tliu Into Mitry
lleiliiicc tititho nt Ireland, lint u resident ot
VV otldngion for the list tlilrty )eii, njcdw)
PltAZlI'.It-Oii JTomhiY, l'enruary 1I.1S11,
nt 10 , in , nt No. Sen V street loulhnctt, Mrs.
1 nnmo l'rmdir.
KEXULA. On l'oliriinrylR,18)!,iitll o'clock
p. in, llcrmird A., nun ot Jacob It, unit I'ur
tlienln (I. Kciiula, ngcil 31 joam. ltcitdcm
inrumtM AIovfIiikC Imrcti Saturday inotnln',
1 cbrnnry il, at 111 o'clock.
MADDOX.-On February 19,1811, Mrs. L'.J.
NEIT. On VVceIucebiy inoriiliig. Volininry
IK, 1MH, nt 1 o'clock il. in , JlnjHle, tlio bcloc t
wlte ut 1 ends Ncir.
NOLAN. In llnltimore, Mel , rcbiunry li,
lMil.Jtnry Nolan, widow ot tho Into Mleliacf
Nolan. Her remnlim will ho brouli to It. V.
llnrvpj'H, undertaker,!! I'eninyhauU avenuo
bLADll -At Mount ltolh, Vn .on Vnula),
I'iIpi nary in, VMIIInin, tlio fielorc.t liiisbaii I of
tin) lulu Aiudo Mule, nueel is yenra,
V IlltlllT-Oii I'clirnary 17, lifll, nt t o'clock
p. in ,Jnni(iM, Wright, In lliuHtli voirot hlii
JJ1" WILL PAY
FULL COM.M1SSION '10
ItEAL ESTATE AUUNl'S
For Prices nnd Tera.1
EMMONS & KINU,
3?T-J. WILLIAM LEG
(SncCMior to Henry Leo's SONS),
8tt PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W.,
llranch OITice, I'WJbirjInnil nvc. . w.
605 D (trcct northwc't,
Wulilngton, D. O.
We-betcr Law IJnllellng.
Itctlelcnce, 1701 IJ street northwest.
KfST-FOlt HAT.E COltNElt OF Hl'ItUUR
mxf Hrect nnd llareiTood avenuo, Lo Droit
Flvo New 1wo-tory nnd Attic ilrlck Dwell
ings, wltb l'orihcs, All Modern Im
provements on Spruce street,
8li llrmtc, 1 wo storlcf, Attics nnd Ccllars
Finlnheel with I'ttper All .Modern lin.
provements, on llnrcwood avenue.
Alio corner llonfe, corner ot Sprttco and Hiro
For l'rlco and Terms Apply to
WILLIAM J. LEWIS,
Owner anil Utillelcr,
5FEET ItELlEVED. Dlt. WHITE,
1410 Pennsylvania nvenue, oppoielle Wlllnrd's
Hotel. Thonsnnds from far and near visit Dr.
White's eitabllfhmcnt for relief from and avoid
nnco of corns, hnntonf, dltea'ed nails anil all
other toot trnnhles. Ilonra, 8 n, m. to tl p. nt.
Hnmtais, 0 to is. Office feo tl tier vlilt for init
ting the feet In good order. Ettahllfhcd In;,
AM ED-MOOD HOY TO CAHUY SUN
dny route. Call after 4 nt 231 4X St. s w.
AMED-AN EXPEIHENOED WHITE
chambermaid, Itli licst reference s. mil
WANTtD-WHITE WOMAN AS BEAM
street and ti;tnln girl; inuat havo good
reference. Apply at ltttf lh sLjiv
-AMEl-ItEI.IAllI.r. Will TE WOMAN
VV to do hflusework nnd nsslut lu ciro of
chlldron. 1V1 1) ft. ti. w.
ANTFD-V U'AIinit: ALSO A IIOY
alimit tho honte. Call nt 11)1 lttb st. u.w.
WAMED-A NEAT WHITIl Olltt, AS
nurse; gooel references rc'iulrcel. Apply
WANTED-A OOOD WOMAN FOIt HEN
crnl hoiirwork; mint enfuo well rccom
mcnelrd. Apply lhos CI ri, n. w.
VHJAMEll-A (1001) Will TE COOK AM)
VV help with wanning! references required.
Apply 1 110 Max. ave. ii. vv.
WANTtD-A wflll 11 WOMAN AS COOK
lu Miiall finilly; must hato lictt refcroncos.
AdetrcFS P. I, , this office.
AMED-A COI.OKED (llltl. 1(1 DO
general houiowork. Apply 1UQ7 lin. w.
-T7AN'IED-A (1001) VV1II1E (llltl. TO
cook and to help with washing; refer
ci ecs rciiilred. Apply lilt) Mass. avo. n. w
WANTED-A flllth roil (IE.NEIt.VI.
housework: must ho n K"" t cook nn I ro
homo nights; bring rcconimciiilntlons. 31311,
WAMFD-A SMAlir, ACTIVE (llltb
for general housciinrk In family or two,
must nny nt nights; bring references. Apply
nt ail. Eft. n. w.
irAJiTI'I)-A WHITE WOMAN TO I)')
V general linusenork or cook. Call at JIT
WANTED-A (llltl. TO DO OENEItAI.
louseiwork; no viishlng; references re
nulreil; nnyntnlghls ',u itli st. n. w.
fAWl IID-A YOtNO, WK!J.-lti:U0M
iiieuucii euiiuLii in ill itun Kiieiw? lliliv lu
mscwork. App!) nt II 1 1th et. n. w.
"ITtTAN'lED-A TIDY, ACTIVE OIIIL TO
V elo gpnernl housework; no vmisIiIii,; or
Ironing; fnmll) of -t. SOU N et. n. w.
17AN1ED-A OOOD, STItONd COLOIIEI)
Vi woman to do general honaework. Iliieitli
rt. n w.
WANTBD-wnn j: (nut.. oeTimanpue
fcrreel, to nurse n bnby nml nisld In mill
housework, t-1 L St. n. w.
TrANTED-A YOIINtl WHITE (IIIIL
y (Cat hollel, to w alt on nn il terly I vly nn I
assist ill light housekeeping. Apply IW list.
WANTED-AT 1101 11 St7n. W.rVoUSTl
Irish girl to do tho general hou-tcwork of
a family of 1 nelults; mint hrln0' refercucos.
TAN'li:i)-A ItESI'ECTAlibE "vVHIl E
V girl for general housework; muststvy
WANTED-A Wllin: OIIIL l'Olt Oil VVI.
bcrmald and waitress In a private family.
Apply lliw ICt It st.; references, rmpilre I.
WAM1 "-IMMEDIATELY OHM, FOIt
general housowork In family or thrmi;
elon't apply unles jou nro a gooJ cook, nastier,
nnel Ironcr. 18liil!'thst n. w.
ANTED A mill, FOIt UESEIIAI,
housework in family of three. No. 133
ANTED HLLIAIILE WHU'E (tilth
for ccneral housework: no washing: fnm
lly very small; must bo good cooK and stay
nights; references required. Call .after 1
o'clock. 1'iO lull st. n. v.
WANTED-A COMPE1ENT COLOIIEI)
man as house servant ami waiter; good
references required. Call nt U37 Connecticut
nve , between 7 nnd 8 o'clock.
WANTED-A GOOD COLORED WOMAN
ns cook, washer and Ironcr. Apply nt
WANTED-WHITE OIIIL Olt WOM N
for general housework; threo adults;
must eta) utghte; at iill N at. n. w ; city ref
erences. WANTKD-SITUATI ON?.
yiTANTED-roSlTlON A3 COOK 1IY A
VV German man who U flrst class and hw
highest recommendations. Apply to il HI
st. u. o.
TTANTED-UY EM'EniEVCED DltE-jS-Vy
maker, cutting, titling and sewing to do nt
residences or at my apartment, tttl luth et n,
w , nenr N. Y. arc , at rcnsonnhlo rates. I or
references Inquire of MUsb WALLls.nOe) N.
Y. av e. n. vv.
WANT ED-SIT UAT10.N AS WAITEIt A f
liotcl or restaurant hy experienced young
colored man, lately employed at llygrl-i llotjl,
Old 1'olnt; good rctcreuco given when re
quired; willing to work for small wages Ap
ply or address C. JOHNbO.N, cue Miss Wall,,
-liTANTED-llY A OEHMN GIltL, A
yV situation ns chambermaid. luqulro at
WANTED-A SIT UAT ION AS CHAM IlElt
maid or seamstress hi a first class, family;
run give good icfercnces. Address Wl lttli
st. n. e.
irANT ED-1IY A LDY, A POSITION
W as typewriter or to do clerical work, Ad
dress EXl'EIilE.NCE. this office.
WAMED-UY A ItKSPECTAIII.E COL
oriel woman, a situation as chambermaid
nnel waitress In n privalo family or chamber
maid In boarding Initios or to do llht house
work lu small ramllj; no washing, l'loiio
call eir address 13 Ji id st. u, w.
WANTED-HY A ItESPEOrAULI! AND
ripcrl-nced colored girl, a situation ns
rhaiiibriiuuld or nurse. Call or address M. A ,
SOlil I. si. n. w.
'AMEH-1JY A FIIENCH MAID AND
W seamstress, u position lu a prlvatu tain.
Il. inell'a. avo. n.w.
ANTED-DY A IIESPECI'AIILE COL-
orcd hov. a situation in waiter an 1 make
himself gciienilly useful. 1IU XJ, nve. n, w.
W""aMKD-UY A HOOKKEEl'EH 7ND
stenographer, a position hy .March 1; best
of reference s from present employers. Address
HOOhKEEPLlI, lids oillco.
V n situation as rhamhcruiild or waitress lu
private family. Calloi nelditssLLl.A JOHN-
WANTED-HY A Will I II (llltl.. I'l.VIN
sewing and to assist lu dressmaking by
thcMlay. Ajiply l.'5D S let st.
WANTED-HY A Flits I' CLASS COOK. A
placo lu a prhuto family; cm furiilsli
references. Call or nddrestj JIu b st. n. w.
WAMEH-IIY HEM'FCl'Allli: OUNti
eoloieel man, a sltuntlem as coacliuuu In
private family; experienced and capable. Cull
or address 1131 list st. u. w.
rANTEI)-HY A UHIIMII.K SEITLED
IT eeiiiurii eieiiiitiii, piiecg ns iiiiiso nr 111 ru.iK
only; nny nights. Addriss.or cill, l'ANNII.',
I'M) h st. n. w.
WANTED-HY A tOl'Ntl I.VDY. A PO
sltliiu to nn oillco in assistant ho kkoo,ior
orcopvlst, or hoth; salary small atdrst. Ad
ilrrss Miss II , Proctor's drug store, cor, lUtli
and It sis., city.
WANT LI) HY TWO lOI.OUKD (IIItLS.
I laces ns nurses, e liamtiermnlds or pi ilu
rooking Inn small foully; prefer ho no In tha
cltjf Apply il 1 P st. n. w
W ANTED-HY A liUSPEOrAULIi COI.'D
woman, somo washing ta do nt
homo for n family of thrronrfo.tr or a slulo
person. Aehlriss liiit New Jersoy are n w.
ANT LI) HY A HESPUITAHLB
Tl nuMiHiii u I'liUT nil iriirini ii'j inuif in n in
Crlratetumlly Apply fit t-JM'omcroytt n w ,
WANTLD-HY A COLOIIEI) IIOY OF H,
A situation to miko himself usefntriiii
errands, etc. Apply Crllloonire,
WANTED-HY A ntlI'PLEDW(7vlAN,
plain sewing; stockings nnd family mend
ing neatly done; very modcrnto prices; good
references. AildrcM Mrs. Powell, m) (1st
X7ANT ED-A POslrfoNAS CIIAMllElt
YV maid or nnrso Inn prlvnto family; can
give good references Apply 1031 1th st n w,
WANTED-HY A HHSPEC'TAIILE COI.'D
hoy, n place ns hell boy; gnoel rofereneoit.
Apply nt (I'd (loleleu st , between Utli nnel 10th,
II nnel Ests, s, w.
WANTED- A"ilUATION AS A COOK
or rhnmbcrmnlil. Call nt 107 N et. u. w.
Can furnish best city lefcrenco.
ANT ED-A PLACE AS 1'IUT-CLASS
cook or chambermaid. Kcfercnccs. 1111
ANTED- HY A KESPEOrAIILE COI.'D
lrlrl. tdaco In nrlenlo family ns niirsotir
ciinmurrmiiei, jtppiy liwj leitn el. ll. vv., oei.
Il nnd C o'clock.
.-- . 1- i . ..-.: ..-...-..- . . .
TITANTED-DYA YOUNO (I.KIlin COL
VV orcd girl a place ns chambermaid Inn
prlvnto family; heel of references.
iin si. n. o , niecr tu n. in.
T7-AM ED-A HIIUATIOMHY A Hits I'
VV class watch and rlock maker. Address
C. il. B , M-Mth st Sel floor.
WANTED I1YA COLORED MAN, A PO
eltlon ns coachman lu prhato family or
lo wait on tabic; can glvo best references; nn
dcrstands tho caro of horses, llox II. tills ofllce.
WANTED-H1TUATION HY J Illtltlll V
jining men as coachman, second man,
driver, or general workrr; will furnish city ref
erence. Apply 303 ill st. s. vv.
WANTED-HY AN EDUCATED YOUNO
colored man, situation ns porter In flrst
class estahllshmentor mesengrr Innflrm; het
nf references. Address INTELLIGENCE, lilt
M adlson st n. vv.
ANT ED-A KITUAriON TO DO (1BN-
cral housework, and ran get a goo I ret.
erenre If needed. Address 171-1 Johnson uvo ,
woman, a plica ns cook Inn privalo
family, Call lslll ioth st , bet. S ami T n. w.
WANTED-A PLACE TO DO LAlIOItElt'S
work In n real estate, oillco or hanking
house by n rcspectnhlo rolorrd mnn, well rcc
omineneied. Address W. II. E , h.i Wns'i. st.
WANTED-HY A rinsrCLVSS COOK, A
plnco In n small private family; to go
home nights. Adelrces, fur two days, i'JM L
st. ii. w.
WANTED-IJY A ItEsPEOTAIILE col
ored hoy, a situation to work nronul
etoro or lions. ; honest mid Imtustrio is. Call
or nddress llllilitlist. u.w.
AllTANT ED-HIX OHHEV ENdtOOM IIOIISB
VV with small store; rent pot to exceed i-t).
Adetiess 11EM1S, tills oOlcc.
WANrrD-VNYTlME HETWEEN NOW
nnd 1st ef Mny. S or '1 room ho iso, con
venient to Trenitr). Kent $-3 to ?IJ per
month. Aelilrcs N , Critic ofllce.
WAN I LI) -A TYPE-WItltEll DESIUES
to gl( 0 partial scrWco rordesle room In
centml location. Aetdrcss T'Yl'E-Wltll'Ult,
HMMnss nvc. 11. e.
ANTED-l.SsntUUIOIt IX ENOLlSIl
Irom 7 to a 11. m. at o)3 13th st. 11. w. E.
WANTED-TO UUY, ON EASY PAY
ments, n good typewriter; Itemlngtou
ptcfrricel. Address It. M. O , thlsonico.
. iijituiai r.oovis
IJjMIlt IthNT-in UllI ST. N. W, ONE
I'flni t room, furnished, ill floor.
rtiit HENTiswrNrY. ave. nTw'Tom:
I nleily fiirulsheil double or sliuloroim.wllh
lentil: open grrtc lire; teferonce-n eauhaiigei 1.
l?OH IIENT-A 1 1 EASANT I'UItMlSllEO
II front room, suitable fur one or two gout!'--11
en 1 til nh st 11 w.
I711II lirNT-lsn It ST N. W SECOND
X linen, clegantlj furnished bvy.wl lelow id
cove 1 eel loom; rcasonnhlo rates
T701t PENT' 151 1 K b 1'. N. W TWO CO VI
I1 ninulcitlng rooms 011 id iloor front, with
tonrd; 0110 Jd story front; al-o table bo ml.
OH l.'ENT VEltY DESIHAIILE WELL-
furnished room; ltd floor; sultahla for pirly
ot two: Willi board; goo I lucatlo 1. ill I II s, w.
IJ'OU HENT-2 UNFUHNlStlLD FltONt'
I1 rooms on 3d floor; heat, gas and bull, tl
11 montli, HIS nh it.n.w.
FOIt HENT'-NICE FUHNISIIED HOOM
with hoard; suitable, for two; al'o tiblo
1 oarel; 13 per month. lOli! E st. 11. w.
I 71011 HENT-LAltOE FtMINlbllEDKOOVI.
! with board for two; prlvnto f unity. Uii K
Oil HEM'-A I'LEABANl' 51) .STOIIY
X front room, w Itb heat und gas; unfurnished
or partly furnished, references exchanged;
strictly private family. 1717 'itli st. 11. w.
Olt HENT-IN A PHIVATE FAMILY,
room nnd hoard tor crutlemau: references
rcejuircei. jwetress a. v. j. , tins oiucc.
rum itENT-wnif iioAito, newly
! furnished 1 eioni, llu.1 1' Hi et. 11. w.
FOIt ItENT TWO LAHGE (INCLUDING
nlcove) hcnutltiil cominunlcntlng iintiir
uiehed rooms, Sd floor; new bay-wlnilon house:
heat, gas, Imih: huge clncts; suitable for
light housekeeping; near 3 lines cars. 13i Dili
st. n. w.
ITIOlt IILNT-1 05 ail). AVE. N. E . 1 WO DE
J slrnhlo furnished rooms, north nnd south
ixposurr, third floor; heat, gas, water; to gcn
tlcnnn; rcfcrenics exchanged; curette passes
170H ItENT TH1IEE UNFUItNlsIlED
' rooms, lid lloeir; heat, gas, bath, w arm and
cold water; 1 15. Call niter 1 p. m ,3311st St.
IJ'OU KENT-717 111 II ST. N. w.-l'Ult-;
ulshci! rooms, pleasant nml comfortable,
with good hoard; nlso tablo board; moderalo
WANTLD A STENOGltVPHEIt AND
tjpc-wrlter wants a situation; can glvo
references from last employer. Address J. A
UHlet t. n. w.
TJVOH HENT-rlEVEIIAL NICELY I'tllt
; ulshcd rooms at tl 1 0 et. 11. c ; home com
feirts; eland 17.
IJ'OU ItENT-TWO LAHGE NEW FUlt
1' nlshcel second floor rooms; new house;
moil. Imps; south trout; bay window; ono
ultimo from curs; good board next door, il M
et. 11. w.
IJIOIt HENT-liieW 11TII MM CAItETTES
V pass tho door; two third story communi
cating rooms, furnished or unfurnished.
I' furnished, for S per mouth; grntlomin
preferred; (AN (1 et. n. w , near U. tt. Patent
IJIOltllENT-'l WO UNrUlt.NISlIHD ROOMS
I' on second floor, w Itli heat nnd gas; bath 011
same floor; 110 objection to light heiusekeeplii.'.
IrtlClh st. 11. w.
TJIOH HENr-THltEE UNFUH. ItOOVpi,
! 'id floor; sultnbla for light housekeeping,
to quiet party; gas, bent and water, iilllth
et. 11. vv.
lT'Olt ItENI'-ONE SMALL 11CK HVI.L
I' room, -iel floor, nl-o storage room, cheap,
i-.3Eet, 11, ,
nt lll'l lUtli tt. 11. w.
1J10H IIENT-ONE Olt TWO PHEI'TY
3 furnlslied rooms; also 0110 lst-iloor room
suitable for nn ofllce. Apply at 1J07 (I st. 11. w.
TJlOlt ItENl'-IOS sril 81". N. ' iD AND
I' idetuiy front rooms, with or without
IJ'OU SALE -A GOOD, SOUND HOUSE,
I; wa.-nu nml lmrncss. Apply to M. 1'
1 Ulll.i. iWlilLst.il w.
IjlOlt SALE-DH. PEI'PEU'S COMPLKI'll
L1 system of medical works, In cowl ciiidl.
tloii, with other medical works, Call nu t ex
amine) nt 11IH1 N. 1 . a e. 11. w,
JHllt SAIE-CIIEAP-STOCK AND FIX.
lure s of bakery, coufecllonery, furnishings
und notions store; rent miukrato. Apply Im
liicuiniriy. Ki.111 lite. il. D.
IJVOIt SALE OH EXCII NGEl'OU GENTLE
1: man's rlilln or etrlvliu-nutilt ) suburban
ills: valuable Address HENUY.thUntllr-n.
IJVOH HENI'-i I1USI.NESS IIOOVIS; DEM'
Jj location lu tho city. ti-i-lFet, u.w; apply
MONIIY TO LOAN.
hVonEY T (H.OAN ON HEAL ESTATEcit
il. tlret class securities at lowest ratos of
iutercet. No delay where security Is pool,
O, O. (IltliEN,
IN ALL bUMS,
TO LOAN ON HEL ESTATE SECUHU'Y,
AT 5 AND (1 PEIt CEN I'.
M. M. PAIiKEK,
ONEY TO LOAN
in bums tn Mult.
On Approved Ileal Kslato Security.
II. 11. WAKNEIt A CO ,
(IW Y tt n w.
f Tho AS DOW LINO, Anctlonrei-r
J (llllrciif the (.'ntnmsseloiifre. District of
Ceilmntila.Mrshlrgtiiii, Feb. Id, lfll. Notlei
Is hereby given that on HA rUUDW, I'EH
IIUAItY 2?, lttil (tin lenso nf thnflsh wlurf
nnd fish stalls lu the cities of Washington mi I
Georgetown, will It-sold by public auction fo
the term of ono year from Mnrih 1, If II, ai
follows' At Do'clork p. m , upon tho premises,
four fish stalls In (lie Georgetown .Market
Houso lo the highest bidder. 1 1 nn, cnb; In
advance. Also, nt I o clink p m nnthosimo
day.on 11 street, between Si tenth and Ninth
streets lnrtliwest, In front nt Iho fish stalls of
(Centre) Washington Market, nil rights an I
lirlvllegca gianltel or nlliiwcd by Iho laws of
iho corporation of Washington to establish
wharves or docks tor Iho limning, cleaning an 1
sale of fish In Iho City of Washington, nn t no
wharf or dock shall be defined eligible unless
situated at snmo point on tho north side nf tha
Potomac Ith er, between hleventli street east
and Foiitteenth street west, to tho highest bid
drr. Terms: film to bo paid nn tho day of tho
sale and the residue tu bo paid within flveehvs
from the dny of the sale. Hy order of tli-t
L'oard of Commissioners, District of Columbia,
.1. W. DOUGLASS,
.1. W. HOSS,
1IE.NHY Jl. ItOHEItr.
CliAM'EHY HALE OF T WO STOItY AND
HAHEMKNT FltAME HOUSE AII
I'ltiviiHhs no. tin si.iii sTitEur
Hi vlrtuonf a decree nf the Hupremo Conit
eif the District of Columbia In eiiultycauso Nn.
11,11,7. wherein Harriet Dlmond Is complainant
nnd Cathnrlno llcnte'. nnd others are defend
nuts, wo shall offer for sale nt public nutlon In
front of the premises on TUESDAY, TIIE
SIT II DAY OF l'EHIIUAHY.A. D. It'll, nt (1
o'clock p. m , nil Hint part of lot numbere 1
eight ( In squaro numbered sixteen (Id) In the
lly of Washington, In the District of Coliim
Ida, beginning for tho same nt the northwest
rorncr or snld lot and running ihenea cast with
tho north lino ot said lot seven!) flvo (71) feet
In tho west line of that part of said lot hereto
fore sold bv 1'etcrAlldorfer: thenco soiithwllh
said wret line twenty fltc (S3)feet; thenre west
parallel with the first lino seventy-flic (71) feet
to 'ibtb street; thence north 011 iiitli street
twenty flto (i3) feet to the beginning.
Terms of sale as prescribed by tha decree:
One third 111) of the purchase prlco lu cash nn t
the residue In two eepial payments ntnnei nn I
two v ears from dnto of sale respectively, tho
limchuerr to cxe cnto Ids note s tin refor, bearing
li per rent. Interest from dale; slid Interest
pa) a! loecml annually nnd secured byn deed of
Huston tho property sold, or nil cish, nt tbo
I iirtbnse r's notion, A deposit of IIKI will be
if-qiilrrd to be paid by tho purchaser when
sold. All remvetauclng nnd recording at pur
chaser' cost. Terms to bo compiled with In
seven dnjs, ntherwlso Trustees rcserm tho
right tn resell nt risk nnd cext nf elcfanltliu
purchaser nftcr flvo dn)s' previous public ad
vertising in T ho t'rltle newspaper.
ItANDALL lIAONi.lt, Trustee.
Iisisthst 11. w.
SAMUEL MADDOX, 1 rustec.
fclOeUils 11, Louisiana nve.
pitonxALs rou riiEsn heef and
a irrsu tegciaoies. umro ji. u, s.ivasu
Ington llnrrmks, I), c, 1'ibrunry if, 1111 -scnlril
proposals, In triplicate, subject to tho
iisunl eonillllons, with n -opy of this nlrrr
tlsement nttnehed, will ho received nt this
ofllce until li o'clock 110011,1111 'I HUI'.SI) VI ,
J'AI. til lU.lMil, nnel then opened In Iho pro
enrenr bidders, for furnishing and delivering
Ihcfresh I ccf nnel fresh vegetables reipilrej ly
tin rulslsteure Department, U. S Army, at
tl Is post, for Issue to troops thereat dm lag the
fiscal car communing duly 1, ihii, Pro
posals for leef aid vegetables niut bo sepa
rate. Prill osols must bo Inc'nseil tu so lie I en
telnpes marl cd "I'ropoal for i'reh Itoe f nn t
1'iesli 'Vegetables," nnd luhlresscd to tin. nn
derslgi ed. Tho Government reserves tho
rl lit to reject nn) or nil proposals. Vnv ro 1
ttnetmnde under this nelrcrtlsomuit sh til not
I e construed to Involvo tho United States In
nn) obllgnllnu for pr-ymont tn excess nf up
pio rlrtlon granted ly Congress for iho pur
I ose. Full Information mny bo ohialne I liv
nppllcntion to this oillco. CO.NbTAN I INE
CHASE, llrst 1 leut. nnd It. (). .M, Third
Altlllerv, A. C. H.
felNlU ;OS1 mar17.1S
l'Olt ItlINT 1IOIISIN.
'lOIt HLNT-UNl UHMSlIED-
ljfi.Met. n. vv.,l'rs $M8 13
1111 Mats, uvo, 11 rs. and stable .11 no
lfVJJlst. 11, w , lire 1 ul 1,7
Vi..V M d.n. w Mrs 1VI 00
liiSJItt. 11. vv., n rs IW (lei
1 tlh st. ex., 13 r uv 00
1)17 JIass. uvc. u.w.,li re liv 01
M'llillist. 11. vv. lire li.1 1111
l')bll st. 11. vv., li rs , in.) (r)
151B Conn, ave , 11 is 11157
lllit'onu.nvc.. in rs sn Ctl
niAl'et.u. w llrs si it
133.1 (t et it rs 71U0
SUIT Olt. 11. w., lirs 71 tm
Ufi Eet.n. w .lire 71 lie)
UliN.l.nve 11. v.,'Jrs 1.1 01
lli-it hnplnet.il rs Ill im
19)1 Nst.n. w .i.rs .71 Od
1)14 llth et. n. w ,rs, nu Viol
1 IOI blnughton st., U re a IK)
lll'l list. 11. w..h rs 1100
li.llltst.il. w. ,11 rs 4IUD
Mi7Selst. 11. w 7r .11 IM
lU'llthst. 11. w sir. nnddwg il III)
15' OS-Hi st. 11. w.Trs 11 IM
1111)1' et.n.w,. etr. nud warcrooms...,. "il oil
15iiaithet.ii. w.Brs a 00
Wl l'omcroy et ,Srs li 00
S'lH 14th tt. n. w .tlat.Sra
1 ben liorc Houses cin bo examined byper
mlt from our oillco only.
THOMAS J. I'lSHEIl CO .
1 OK SAl.lI AXlHtKNT.
ITEAL ESTATE UUI.LET1N.
THOMASE. WAGOAMAN, 017 F street.
Changes mndo Wcdncsela)a and Satnrdaye.
ShTOKY I1HICK AND FltAME HOUSES
1011 10th st li. li .ui.t , lOr f 13,000
JI.-OM st h. h.llr 10,0011
liumthst , f. li , llrs. and 1 houses rear. 10,000
SCIGel ,li, h,m. l.lUrs H,llO
ll.-HKhst , b. h ,11 is M,(KI()
llil lSunudiU), t. b . 111. 1 , 8r 7,100
.IM st, b. h , 111. 1 , 11 re...., 11.500
lllliT'et., b. b,7r Ujt)
Millh st . b. b , in. 1 ,8 rs 1,7V)
'iill,'ii;87 hsi , b. li , water, il rs I.VW)
,"S55Kst b. h, II) re IMel
IWiltttbsl .li. h,H r 1,500
Alley bet. 'itetnmi Sid, J M unit Nets, b.
S STOItY IIIIICK AND I'HAME HOUSES
1 Olt SiAI.E.
lill.st.li.li .111. 1 ,7r fW50
itilnudiui lereost.f. h , 1, rs 1.5,10
.MOSNst.b h,in,l,7r 1,100
liUMi'i'iMaclhouel.r li , I rs m
htablclu alley I el 15th aud II th, It and
Lets. 11. vv , ,..,.,., 1,000
451 and B3 Hldge el, L h.,5rs ,... :i.000
St I III et,b.h, Hie .1,0(111
Ibll 1 III et ,f.h . 4 is -i.5011
ai nnd COS O et. alley, r. h , Irs i.ioo
tin and 1,1s Marlon ullc), f. h ,-t rs S.ono
4i I and 4.1. on, nllev, f. h,4rs l,hX)
lie-ltoliinVith st, b. b ,(, rstacl l,H)
llStnli'l I'll rcc st., li. li .ins i.nki
i.t1toUtliN,ll,uve,b. h , Mrs each .. l.Miei
iiOet.f. h , r, rs., . . 1,10c)
HDIEet.f.l . l.inii
l.'iUUdet ,f b 4rs, . .. 1,500
UNIMI'ItOVED l'HOPEItl Y l'Olt HLB.
N, r, cor. SOth ami I sts . . . . (1(10
K et , bet. liilh nnd 17th ets , .150
I. el., bet. 15th and ll.tli KM
hub hit IT, lltb et. bet. T nud U 100
Oet, bet 15th and lhth ill
Pni t of lot 1 i, luth tt , bet, .M and N sis 1 71
lib SI. bet. It und h.. . Ill
Slthtt ,let. Lund M sts 150
1 lotldn ave , I et. N Cap. nnd O sts .... 1 Wl
IHh tt, bet. E unit 1' 1 i5
Dunbatton nvc. and llcnll tl. bet. thnud
llttst 1 S3
.Kith stbeiN nud t) 1 il
() st, bet lit nml lid sts 11 w 1 00
7th st nbove Grnnt ave... . . 50
Hemic. '.Utli and SIH sts 50
Mount Pleasant,, . 10
HOUSES FOIt 11EN1'.
170.1 lSth tt. 11 w .llrs I11V.)
14ti and 1414 Florida ave 11 vv 7r JO 00
lllHTet.li. vv ,'lrs.. !e) lie)
'i7.1l.Met 11. vv.. llrs i' 111
lf.7 Villi tt, 11, w , Or 31 OH
SHIN. II. nve. n. vv. II rs ti Ml
lSUKlliet.il wi. rs .. , i.1 111)
lsYIStlttt 11. w .8 rs ... tri OH
UlllSthst 11 e, ills. . II IK)
t) L better Court n, vv Irs, . . 10 JO
S10UES OFFICES, E1C,
htrniddwgilUM st. 11 w .lire . $75 00
Sir and dvvg 1110 7tli tt. 11. vv , 0 rs. . . 71 00
Hall id floor 410 Will st, 11 w . 50 00
Mr ui d dwg 1407 1' st 11 vv , 11 rs to Oil
Slrnnildvvg500Itet.il wi)rs . . 11 00
4il.n nve, 1st floor, i front rs ... .) OJ
htr and dwg nib 11 st vv.ilrs MOD
ItoouisSOniid it Virunti Itovv. , il Del
i.n.1 1 51h st , rooms i, 1 1 nml 10, each 10 00
(.union llulldliig, leinm il s 00
In (lime tn suit at 0 per cent.
HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
r-nfe as V. tl. bonds. Six per cent , payablo
quurterly. In tuiueot 1,000. small premium
Tho above Is only n portion of tho property
on my books. For full list cull at oillco for
bulletin Issued ou tho 1st and I'.tti.
T. E. WAGG MIAN
VxTIILl'Ai TOAN PEUSliN'sE'.'Ult'NG
yy 11 c 11 position under tho Govcruiuut ns
intttcnger or laborer fid llrst month an 1 1 )
per cenl, as long as I remain I nniu)ori,-
eoieircii man. wueirees 3, 11 , 1111s irnct
VTOW IS THE TIME. Wl! WILL PAY
XN "big money" for gents' first class sec
ond band clothing. Address or call at
J I STUM OLD STAND, U'J D et. U. W.
pALTlMOHE & Ollil) HAILItOAI).
Schedule In effect Jannary I, ISIL
Lcavo V ashlngtnn from station corner of New
Jersey avenuo nnel O street.
1'nn CuiCAiin and Northwest, Vcetlbnlcd
I United cxptcss dally 11.30 a. m , express
rniitiMcniNATi.Ht I onls nnd Indianapolis,
express dally, .1 X) and 1110 p m.
Fon 1'iTTKDtniei ami Cleveland, cxprcea dally,
ll.ro a m. and 8 cop m.
Fon I.KXINinoN and points In the Shenandoah
Volley, 110 (0 n, m.
Fon W iKCiicsTrn nnd way etatlone, 15 00 p. m.
Ion It hat, Stop. m.
Toil IlAi-riMonri week days, 4 05, BOO, (ITS,
7 SO. 7Ki, (8(11, 45-mlnutes), fan, (lis, (II Mi,
IS (d, 45 minutes), a m , It 10, 3 15, S tA (1 15
41 minutes). 3 SS, 4 SI, 4 1)0 (Sin. 45 minutes),
BUS. 610, t)15, (ISO, 715, 7 IS), )(!, 10 J)
mil 11 SO p m. .Sundays, 1 0,1,7 20, 7 '!". -TO,
HIS a m.dilio, 45 minutes), 1 on, -i 15, i 60.
3S.1, IW, (5111, 4.1 minutes), 6 03, 1B, Oil),
I.Ji.lioo, loan, 113) p m.
1'on AMNArmit, i,.."1 nnd fl 10 a. m , 11 10 nnd
I SI p m. Sundays, H 'a) n, in. and 4 11 p, 111.
Fon rrt.11r.nitK, 111.8) a. m, 11.13, t3Hi, t4 30
Fon llAiirnsTowN, 110 40 a m ,nnd tSSOp. ra.
ltOYAL 11I.UE LINE FOIt NEW YOIIK AND
Fun Nrw YoriK, Trenton nnd tho East, 4 01,
tS(0, tO.rtl, lion a m ,si60,ini)and 10TU
p m. Iliitfct Parlor Cars on nil day trains,
Bleeping Car on the 10 JO p. in , open at 'I Wl
l'nn HosTO'e '250p in. with Pullman Ilurfct
Sleeping Car running through to Huston
without change, via 1'oiighkcepsle bridge,
landing passengers in IS. & M, station at Hus
ton. I'oiil'iniAnririiiA, 'inn, mon, tooo n 111,
13 on noon. i Ml, 1 00, 11 nnd 10 10 p m.
Fon NrvtAnK, Del , Wilmington and Chester,
405.1810a m ,13ts1noon,iMl,,3(l,0 15,
and siOTOp. m. Limited cxprcea stopping at
Wilmington only, ltim a.m.
Ton Atlantio Citv, losnnel lOflfln. in , UOO
noon. Snnda) s, 4 03 a m , li (l noon,
lor time of suburban trains ecu tlmo tallica
to be had of nil ticket ngents.
(Except Sunuav. 'Dally. Iunday only.
Ilnggnco called for and cheeked from hutota
and residences hy Union Transfer Cn ounrdeia
lift at ticket olllccs, 1,1) and 1151 Pennsylvania
avenue nnd nt depot.
J. T. ODEI.L, CIIAS. O. HCl'I.L.
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
-nICIIMOM) AND DANVILLE HAILltOAD
HcniMiLii: in ErrtcT JANuvnr I, lvil.
All trains leave and arrlvo at I'cnnsylvaula
passenger elation, Washington, I), O.
sain, m. Unity for Ciilpcper, Clnilotles
vlllc, Matlons Ciicsaiieako nud Ohio lloute,
Lynchburg, ltocky Mount, Danville, eir-ens-beiro',
lialelgh, Asnetlllc, Charlotte, Columhl 1,
Alkrn, Aiigusin, Atlanta, Hlrinlngham, Mont
enmer), .New Orleans, Texas nnd Callforulii,
Pullman Sleeper New lork to Allnutn nnd
I ullmnn sleeper Atlanln to New Orleans.
Pullman Sleeper Danvlllo via Cnlumbln and
Augusta to .Virron. Pullman sleepers Wash
ington to Clnrlunatl via C. A. (). Home; cou
ncils nt L)iiehhurg wllh Norfolk nnd Western
llnllruad tor Honnnl e, llrl.tol, Kuoxvlllc, Chat
tanooga nnd tlio Southwest.
1110 n m. Dally, Washington and iralh
western Vesllbuled Limited, hctwrcn Wash.
Ington nud Atlanta, ceunposed cnilrily of Pull
limn enrs, on which nu extra rnto ot fa 0 la
tl nrged; nrrlvcs Atlanta diOn, m, second day.
Consult llnic table for stops.
V.COp. 111.- Dally, except Sunday, for .Manuii
tar, Mraehnrg and Intermcdbitp stations
4 Up 111 Daily, rurs to Lynrlilung, ny.
Ing I iillmrn sleeper to Jicmphls vli l.yu li
burg and Hrlsiol.
11.10 p r.i We.lcrn I'.xpressit'llyforVsii is
pus. ( hierlnllestilli-, Mamiloii, 1 o ilsvllte, n
diitntl, Pullman Vrsllhnlo I rain Washln- n
to Lirilnuiitl, wllh n I iillman blc-pcr for
list! p. m foiitbcin Expies daily for
I )nchburg, Dai vlllc, Itidelgli, Ashcvllle, Chtr
leittc, Loluinbla, Augustn, Aiken, A'lnnin,
J ontgoinerv.Nciv Orletns, Toxas an I Cill
fornln. l'lillmau Veslltulo Car Washing on to
New Orleans via Atlanta nnd Montgomery,
rullmini sleeper New York and Washington lo
Ashevllle nnd Hot "prlngs, N. C , via S illsb iry.
Also IV nthlitgton to Augusta vl 1 Lhartotl mid
( oh mldn.
Trains 0-1 Washington and Ohio division
into Washington tluil a.m. dally, oil p in,
dally nnd 4 15 11 in. dally, oxctpt Sun lay, r--turning
nrmu Washington's ) 11 in. nnd 1 II
p. m. dally nnd 7 00 n. in dally, exeunt siindty.
't hrniigii iriiinn from tho South via Chnrlo'ie.
Danville and Lynchburg arrive In Wnshlii.'eiu
-n m jcui. in. nun 1 10 11. ni ; vn iiti
Tennessee. Urlslnl nnel Lvncliburg nt 1.03 p.
in. nml 7 50 p 111; via Chesapeake nud e)liln
route nnd Chnrlntteavlllo at 'i is 11. m. and 7 111
i in. and 10 '.in. in. Slrasburg local nt 10 17
Tickets, sleeping ear reservations nnd Infer
inntlun furnished and hagage checked r.t
nrtlrc, 11HI I,cniis)lvnidit nvo , nml at pnss'-ng r
ttnllou, l'enns)lvnnln Itullroad, 1 th und II sis.
'AS.L.'lAILOII.Gen Puss. Vgent
riVHE GUEAT PENNSYLVANIA ItOUTK
X to tho North, W est nnel Southwest.
Double T rnck. splendid Scenery.
Steel Hulls. Magulllcent Eipilpment
lie LrrrcT .Ianuaiiy l'l, lsJll.
Trains leave Washington from station cor
1 er of Sixth ami II streets, ns follows:
l'Olt I'lTTsnvi 11 and tho West, Chicago Lim
ited Express ni l'lillmau Vcstibulo Ulisat
11) tlln. m. dull); Fast Line, 10 50 a. in. dally
to Chicago, Columbus nnd Sit Louis, with
1'nrlor Car llarrlsburg to ITItsburg, .111 1
Sleeping Car Irom l'ltlsburg to Indianapo
lis, TUtthurg to Columbus; Alloona to C III
rngo. st I onls, Chicago and CliiLtnn.itt
Expicss, 11) ji tn. dally, I'nrlor Car Wiesh
Ington to llarrlsburg nud bleeping Cars Har
ris! urg lost. Louis, Cblengo and Cincin
nati, nnd Dining e'nr llarrlsburg to St.
I onls, Chicago nud Cincinnati. Western Ex
press at 7 40 p. m. dally, with Sleeping Cam
v ashlngtuii tu Chicago and St. Louis, con
necting dally nt llarrlsburg with thrnjgh
sleepers for I oulsvlllo nud Memphis, l'lill
mau Dining Car Pittsburg to lllchmond and
Chicago Pacific Lxprres, 100(1 p. m. dally
for l'lttshnrg nnd tho VV est, with through
blecpci to Pittsburg and l'lttshnrg to Chi
cago. BALTIMOHE AND POTOMAC HAILltOAD
Fon Kant. Canandalgua, ltochcetcr and Nlag,
nrn I alls dally, except Sunday, 8 10 n. m.
Foiiluir, Cnnanihilgun and Itochester dally;
for HnHalo nnd Niagara dally, except Satur
day, in no 11. tn .with Sleeping car Washing
ton to ltochcetcr.
Fon WiLMAMtroitT. Itochester and Niagara
I alls, 7 10 p. in dally, except Satnrday, with
Sleeping Car Wnsuingtnn to Itochester,
Fon WiLMAHsroiiT. Hcnovo and Etmlra at
10 50 a. m. dnlly, except Sunday.
Fon VV lu iasisi out daily, .1 '10 p. 111.
1 on l'lliolitl.l lliv. New Vnrk nnd the E 1st
1 SO. n 00 anil 11 (Kl n. 111 : 13 15. i 10. .1 13, 4 iO,
B 10.10(0 and 11 15 p.m. On Sunday. 'I III) n.
in.lil1.ill). .115 till. 1000 anil 11 Jlp. m.
Limited J-.xnrres of Pullman Parlor Curs,
wllh Dining Car, to New lork, U 10 a. in.
dally, except Sunday.
Fon New ions, only. Limited Express with
Dining Car, 3 PO p. m. dally.
Fon 1 liiLAiimuiA nil v. Fast ExnriesKlO
A.m. week eta)s, and 1 00 p. m, dally. Ex
press Sunday only, 5 40 p 111,
Fon Hoston, without change, 3 13 p. m. every
FoitUnooKiAN.N. Y., nil through trains con
nect nt Jcitey City vvllli bonts of Hrooklyn
Annex, affording dliect transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding double fcnlage scioss New
Fon Atlantic Citv, li.15 p. m. wcckibiyn,
11 T. p. in. dully.
Fon Hai ti-woiib, 1. V,, 7 id, 8 10, 11 00. 'MO. 10 00,
ltlfO, II Ulaid II Ml a. m, lill, i 10, 111,
8 SO. 4(0, I .11, 4'Kl,3tO, .1 (II, UnH, 7 III, 111 IK)
audit lip ni. On Sunday, OK), 'un, til'i)
n m . Ii 15, i 10, J 15, 1 '10, 1 1)0, 1 .), 3 00, 3 10,
titO. 7 10,111 (O nun 11 15 p 111.
Fon ForL's Ciillk I.i.nk, 7 iUn. m.ncd I 'dp.
m. dally, except Sunday
I nn Annaiclis, 7 so and ol a in ,11 51 and
4 so p. m, dally, except Sunday. Sundays,
tHOii. m, and 4 .up, m.
WASHING ION SOUTIIEUN HAILWAY.
in rrrtcT jasuaiiv m, li,
Fon AtrxANimiA, I'm, (I'll, 7 11, 8.10, 1 15,
11157a in: liOl noon, 1103, 3 HI, 111,153,
li 01, nm, 111 (Li and 11 rip. 111. On Sunday nt
4 'XI. 7 43, II 45, 10 37 11. m , 3 30, n 01, 8.0) nud
10 (15 p. 111,
AccoiDioiuTios for (inanllcn, 7 15 a m, nnd
433p,in weekdays, 7l3n.m Siimtavs
Fon KicuvoNU and tho South. I JO and 10 37
n 111, dnlly. Accommodation 4 53 p. 111. week
Thains i.tavk Allvatiria for Washington,
1.05, 7 03. 800,0 10, 1013. 11 41a 111 -, 1 ill.JOel,
3 50. 5 Id. 1. 03, 7 0.1, II ii, 10 50 and II OH p ni.
(in Sunday at ! 10 nml 11,11 a.m ; iOO, 310,
1 (, 7 10, ti vo and 10 50 p. m.
T Ickcts nnd Information nt tho ofllco, north
east ninur of Thirteenth street nnd I'cnnsyl
vanln nvenue. nud at tho station, whero ordcra
ran le left for tho checking ot baggtgo to
eletlluntlon from hotels and residences,
CIIAS, F. ri'GII, J. It, WOOD,
Gcneinl Manager, General Passenger Agcut.
nnilTC OHIO HAIIiWAY.
I1UU I Li
sehedululu effect January 1,11,
Trains leave Union Depot, Sixth nud II
streets, 1017 a, in tor Newport News. Old
Point Comfoit nud Norfolk dally. Arrlvo ct
Old l'olnt nt 11 bO p in ami Norfolk at 11 53 p m,
kill in l lncliinati Express dally for til
tlnns in Virginia, West Virginia, keuticky
unit Cincinnati. Vesiibnlo Sleepers throuji
wltl.oul ihungc to Clncluuatl, arriving nt
tl i3 p in,
11.111 p. m-F F, V Vettlbulo Limited, dally.
Solid trains, with dining tars, run thrn-idi
wlthont chiingei lo Cincinnati. Vcstibulo
tleejcr for Lexington and I oulsvlllo. Full
mau tLreaicojcu to icccivo pieeeugeia utO
Offce, Ml Pent svlvanla avenue
II W I-l'l I.Kit. Gen I'ass Agent.
THE C I ncll LAT I O N
Is llcnlthy tiiiet tsubstnntlnl.
"T HE t KIT 1C" preeents ILL the NEWS In
n roui act nnd nttrnrtive inancer. T hat is tho
reaeouieoplo want it.
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