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THE OHITIO, TAStflNGrTOlT, D. O., WEDNESDAY EVENING, MABCII 18, 3 891.
HIOM THE OLD WORLD. 1TE11S OF INTEUEST MOJI FOHElGN LANDS. MANY Tlic Scenes Arnnml tlio Deathbed or TrliifD Napoleon Hcnonnroil Accident tn nn Italian Committee l'arnell So cni'f Control of the "Morning; New.' Minor News Xntcn. 7.omoi?, March 18. Tlio Tai-HclMcs Interpret Mr. alaJstone'n speech t llas.1 Ihgs ns testimony to dm returning prom Incnca nml power of l'arnell. Timothy Harrington last evening expressed him self delighted ttithllio fact that Ptirnelrs opponents In tho English I.lbcrnl party had been driven nt length to corns out from their secret nnd covert nictliola of ntlnck, nnd tnlic tip tho challenge thrown down to them, Mr. Harrington saM that Mr. Gladstone, evidently regarded Mr, I'nrncll rut tho only Irish representa tive worth tnlkitiu: nbotit, ns ho had not wasted mnnv words nn niivbnilv nlfto. Tho Bjiccch was Intended, Mr. Harring ton said, man answer to Mr. I'lirncll's manifesto, nnd nlso ns n notlco to Irish (topic that they must depose. I'nrncll ns their leader, or give up nil claim on tho J-.nellsli Liberals. Mr. Gladstone would Unci, however, that Irish Americans and the Irish people wcro capaulo of getting nlong wilhout Kngllsh ndvlco. AVitli nn mnnzing assumption of autocratic power tlladstono gave his ultimatum, "aivcnip l'arnell, or.losc Homo Jtulp." Tho Irish people, could not forget, Mr. Harrington ndded, that tho utnn who said this had, when In nctunl iioncr, put their Homo Iliile leader in prison. Upon tho MtCnrthyltcs tho impression produced by Mr. Oludstono's speech is not altogether pleasant. For obvious reasons they do not caro to llguro In unfriendly rrltlcism of tho Liberal leader, hut one of tho prominent McCarthylto M. IVshas Mated that ho would much prefer that Gladstone had ignored l'arnell "find left him to hcilealt with hv tho Irish clergy and other strictly Irish dements, for tho reason that at present nnv attack from n llrltish lourco upon Mr. l'arnell was cal culated to strengthen him In Ireland. A llerlln dlsiatch says that, ahotild M. Herbcltc, tho I"rQnch,andCount8ehouva loff, tho' Russian Ambassador, both bo recalled nt an early date, ns now seems probable, theslttiatloii-wlu gtvo cause for grave mxlclv. Jiolli theso Ambassadors arc friends of peace, nud Herbctto espec ially has oxcrtcd himself to create pleas ant relations between Franco ami Ger many. To this Tact lio owes the unpopu larity vfhich tho French government can no longer ignore. Schouvnloff has never been u favorlto with the Kaiser, perhaps Ixcouso ho was a favorito with iiismrrclc. (Jit the other hand ho lias always main tained himself In a wav to avoid ntty friction between tho two Empires and this lie has dono successfully. In tho present temper of tho French and Herman gov ernments It vi ould ho easy for an impoli tic Ambassador to bring on n crisis. 06l)ecullar fact about Schouvnloff Is llvAt lio llBR antcli n 1nrin lintidolmlfl ami the! aro Uerllnera unkind enough to sug gest that the ladies of tlic household nuilec, themselves useful . In gatltering from thougbtlecs associates facts of importance to Russia. A Home dispatch says thcro ls"no truth In' the minor that two Americans havo ltii murdered nt Xnrarct, near Naples. The -rumor seems to have origlnatoJ in tho fort that twp tourists, not Americans, n ft0 recently assaulted and robbed in that vicinity. Tiiavariousauthorlt'cs.lntown mid counlry, have been given the strictest orders to prevent nny display of violence' toward foreigners on account of the exist ing excitement. To-day's reports from Gibraltar slate that the number drowned by tho collision of tho emigrant steamer Utopia from Italy Tilth tho llrltish Ironclad wusgrciter than at first reported, - Tho survivors are being cared for at Gibraltar. A Jlmsian captain named Donnatsky Ions arrived in I'aris, having driven troika from Samara, in llussla. The correspondent nt St. l'etersburg of tho Jk-rllute Taniblalt. the nrlnclnal news- I rapcr organ of tho .lens in acrmnny, has operation of the null-Jewish decrees. Tho correspondent at Itomeof tho Tln;s states that investigation "establishes the falsehood of tho recently-circulated stories of massacres at Massowah, the truth lcingthat only n few spies have been put to death. Tho committee of rarllnmentnnpointcd to consider tho question of State aid to (migration, has made, Its final report. The cominittco docs not adviso any gen eral extension of tho Bystoin, except In the caso or the contested districts of Ire land and Scotland, and suggests that tho provisions of tho Irish Land bill relating to contested districts be applied nlso to Scotland. Thoc-ommltteo advises that the experiment of sending 100 Crofters and their families to America bo repeated. Mr. I)aitt, speaking at Blackburn yes terday, said that lio had no longer wishes far separation from tho empire ns noon as, he saw A chanco for Ireland to rain linr desire by constitutional means, lio pre dicted the thorough defeat of FamoU in future elections. The Paris correspondent of the Time In commenting oil tho death of I'rinco Na poleon, deals severely with certain clrctim Ktanccs connected with the death sceno. He says: "Itcllglous fanaticism and hu man ambition met at tho sick bod, where modern science hud prolongcdalifeotlicr wlso ended long ago, and . dis puted for tho poscsslon of tho body, which each desired to convert into a trophy. Bigotry on tho ono side, nud thirst for power on the other, added pro longed horrors Jo tho dying agony. Koch had rccourso to lying in order to slmulato success. "lttblic opinion is revolted by tho hide ous 7cnl of thoso who torture tho dying In order to make them clients of tho con fessional. It Is revolting still mora by the rebel son who persists in rebellion in order to secure ophemcrcal, useless power. Ctnfessors, cardinals, nuns, and other re llgleuses havo shown a willingness to re vive tire horrors of tho mlddlo ages. Tho inly tine who leaves tho horrible sceno with a higher reputation is tho I'rinco himself, who preserved his forco of will to dlons he had lived, with n horror of counterfeit In his soul, and with contempt for hypocrites on his lips." Yesterday, while thomombcrsof acom iiilttto appointed for tho purposo were roHng n foot-bridge to examine n site for the annual cuttlo show which Is held at Cngllari, Italy, tho strucluro gavo .way, cnrrjlngtho wholo party with it. Flvoof the committeemen were killed, and sev eral others were injured, Mr. 1'urnell hns obtained control of tho JtariiluA'imst Belfast, which belongs to Mr. 'I ray. who Is also proprlctofof tlm -Vm;i' jiuriiol of this city, Tho editor of tho Mombiy Ann has been dismissed mid nu adherent of Mr, I'arnoll's has been uppolntcd to succeed him. Notwithstand ing the oi,'grcsslvcnis of tho 1'rttnelllto campaign, the MiCarthyltcs maintain that l'uriicllieni Is sinking dally to lower depths, i.ato news leeched hero from Titiliiic, fhlll, docs not confirm the account or the horrorsnf tho Almonte battle, as hereto- lore published, lint mention is maile of rommints by l'resldent Balinaccda's apirsut Santiago of a massacre nt Tur in ucn, committed by order of the lato folonel Itobles, From this it Is Inferred thntthu excesses of tho JcynlutlonisU at Alinouto were In tho nature of uprlsaU. 'lliqJIiinfo correspondent of the Citron iih nnd tho Iloiuan nowsiuper luijnlUt unite In declaring that I'rinco Napoleon was mirniibilous when tromo unction wiii iidmhilstcrcd to him, TlitiMiMAiirf expresses conddencu that therhnlrmaiishti) of thelalmrcoiiimWsloit f (mn tn bo coiistrtutcd will bo accepted by I ,otd Darlington, niiuut Jury l'luilluc', Tim grand Jury this afteriuirtii rutin no 1' tho follow InglmllclinoiiU; V. II. Mills, for policy writing; William Jnhnsjli, nssiuilt with attemiit to kill; William Jlooie, nllas William Scott, larceny; Alfnd, alias Albert llrocenberry, alios Albert llrot kenburg, us-ault with attempt tn kill; William Towmcud, grand larceny, 'Uio jury Ignored tho cliargia against Ijiwtun lirooks for policy, Hubert )l. Cramer for lalso pretense, nnd N.leo lull fer-liouu In calling, nnd they wciu ordered dlschargcil from custody. . 1 Jlerkehy is pure. THE CITY I'OSrOFFICK JIUDDhE. Mnjnr 1'oiloeh i:plnlns fVhy Dio Men Were Dtnclinrerd. l'ostlilastcr-ncncral 'Wnnamaker's no tion In removing four letter-carriers nnd suspending fourteen others has created quite-a stir In Iho City I'ostonico. Tho best-Informed man on thd subject is Major l'ollock, supcriutcndcnlof the Free Delivery Service. Tub Ciiitio Interviewed hiiuoii the situation this moriilni'. the r Major expressing himself In an unbiased insiiion. Ho saldt Tho abuses for which Ihcso men cro removed and Riisnciided has ox Isted for qulto n time, whlloll do not wish to chnrgo I'oslmastcr Sherwood wltlf nny neglect In tho matter, yet, to my cer tain knowledge, the'egravo breaches of trust hno been reported to him tlmaaml lime ngaln by the man who finally brought my attention to It, resulting In what look placo yesterday. I understand Mr. nnerwocii nisei piiiicu somoot tiiccrrmg ones, but no noiltlve net Inn iviu tnken suf ficient to miikcnu cxnm)lo niiparantto themtof the men. Carriers ror n Ion? tlmo huo drawn their allowance of cir tickets and absent mlndcdly for gotten to mo them In tho dis charge, of the duties for which they wcro furnished. A groat number of the Illy 1'ostoirieo employers nreuso mo of hcliitt opposed to tho 'Illght-Hour Inw nnd Inliucnccd by personal feeling In what 1 havo done In this direction. Such h not the case. These men took advan tage of most liberal concessions nud tlioy deseno punishment. Begirding thoclght hour business I havo no opposition to of fer against it, but if paid tor eight hours work tlioy should not spend tho Government's tlmo (tho most important poslbIe) In saloons, cigar store.1', at home and nrbtis other places foreign to tho duties of n mall carrier. To glvo you nn example of the ofect this discharge Iins had on tho sen ice 1 re ceded a letter from Superintendent Hell this morning. He tells mc tho change in his men hns been mnglcnl, nnd ns proof ono certain innn, without car tickets, mind you, covered his routo in thirty two minutes' better time than when lio had street-car service. There seems , to bo n jack of disclplluo at tho trttv ntllfn Hint. 1in i iinri-pntlhlit i Influence on tho employes. A frlqnd of Inilno told mo the other day that tho carriers' room was n perfect bedlam. Chaos lclgned supreme, ovcry'nian seem ing to fo with tho other In creating ipslse. Tills nhuso certntnlv needs correction. I know Mr. Sherwood wants to make himself popular with the boys, but It should not bo dono at tho Government's cxpenso nnd nt tho risk of disorganizing ids force. There will be some largo developments in this matter ey shortly. In my safe I have got tho most positive evidence of negli gence nn the juirt of a number of Wash ington's letter-carriers as well as a num ber In other cities who have taken advan tage of laxity of authority. AH'HAlSEItS AT WOKK. Tho l'oatoffico Site CoiiinilsIon I.N to in to More Tcfttlmoiiy. The commission to appraise tho prop erly hi suuaro ,125 tho postolllco site will probably hold dally .sessions for the next week or more, F.vorybody having n fool of land In that squaro will bo given n hearing. So far every ono examined has testified that the land in tho square named is far more valuable than that in the Nallor sfiiinrc. Mr. .lolin A. linker, the owner of lots 3 and 4, continued his testimony to-day. He was emphatic, In his opinion that tie square IKS the postolllco site was worth UiHy fit) per cent, more than tho Nallor square, by reason of tho fact that it Is nenrer the heart of tho city. Mr. Genrgo L. Sheriff, tho owner of the wocd and coal yard fronting on tho Ave nue, between Klcvcnth and Twelfth sired?, was the next witness. He con sidered his property worth $.'3 a foot. Ho never beforput a wiluo upon It, for tho reason that ho had never had nny de Mro to Mil. Ho was centrally located nud had built up a splendid busi ness there during tho post eighteen years. Mr. Frank Hume testified that ho bought in August, 1890, a lot south of square 32J, between l'levcnth and Twelfth streets, for w ldch ho paid ,over Hi a foot nud considered- that ho got a bargain. He refused nn, option df 10 a foot for the sfino property, last summer. Sfr. Humo nlso snid that Pilling A: Waggamau valued tho southeast, corner or C and Klevcnth streets at 20 n foot. MrrC. B. Church, tho president of the Independent Ico Company, took the ftnnd ond was examined by Mr. J. J. Darlington. Ho said his company owned parcels 17, 18, 10, 10x100 feet, nt Twelfth nud I) streets. Before the condemnation proceedings were begun his company had decided to mako elaborato improve ments. Ho considered that tho prop erty was worth from $i5 to Sil a foot, though If ho had his way about it ho would not sell for that. Witness tried to purchoso the proji erty at tho southwest corner of Twelfth nnd 1) streets and the owners asked $22 n square font for It. He considered his properly worth n great deal more than ino corner nnmeu. A I'Unni.INO FUKNACK EXl'hOSlON. lUntimnltiE Accident In a I'ltUtiurg Jtiuu Foundry Several Men Injured. 1'niAiiurto, March 18. At 9 o'clock this morning a terrific explosion occurred in a puddling furnace in the Crcsent Steel Works, Forty-ninth nud Hatlroad streets, by which three men were probably fatally Injured and six others received serious burns and bruises. Superintendent Kd wards says tho ox plosion was caused by tho men pulling tho hot slag from the furnace and allowed it to fall into the pool of water -lying upon tho tloor. Tho cntlro front of tho puddling furnace was blown out and several tons of hot Iron slog, bricks, etc., were hurled ocr tho mill hi which nearly TOO men w ere at w ork ot tho time. The workmen claim that tho explosion wasenjisedby a very sudden and power ful Increase in tho prcssuro of tho natural gas within tho liiruacc. '1 ho Injured nrc: Frederick Honnobcrg. aged 40, married, head crushed in and badly burned, will die; IMword Hartman, nged 10, married, ribs broken, head and breast badly burned; re covery doubtful; John Gustavison, aged 30, legs nud abdomen burned badly, will piobably die; John Schalck, Henry Wahnlck, Henry Schmltt, Mlchaol Hirsch and two other men, names not learned, also receivcii pamtiil onuses unu minis, but wlllprohaiily recover. A ItiHiioi Tlint .McT.can Huh l'urt limed tho"(iaotto." CoLVMni'f, 0.,March 18. Gossip among politicians hero is to tho effect that H. 11. Morehead, tho Cincinnati broker, yesterday sold n controlling Interest in tlio Commereliil (limtlf of that city to John 11, McLean of the wiultr. Oeneriil ,To1iuMuii'h Condition. All aged colored servant resjionded in the door-bell at 1023 Connecticut avenue thls morning and reported that his em ployer, General Joseph Johnston, hid passed n comfortable night, inoro com fortable than nny night ho had expert (uicd for a week past. Dr. Lincoln Is tho General's attending physician. Tho aged soldiers ailment Is n severe (old, complicated with heart trouble. Tho told was contracted whllo ho was attend ing the funeral of General Sheridan. Ho has nut enjoyed good health since, aittl tor a week past hu has been conlliiod to his room and bed, ltnu Jruj Miupmoii'n .Surtli't' In Do miiud. Hon. Jerry Simpson Is In great requisi tion asn speaker, nnd lie is quite willing to tell Iho public his thoughts, lor ho rarely refuses an Imitation. On April", Jrffeisnu'i birthday, ho will deliver an address before a free-trade meeting In New Yolk, and ho will dclUer mi address In this illy at nu earlv day In aid of Twin Commandcry, of which ho was recently elected n member, 'I sny, doctor, ' sold nervous patluut. "ciiiitd you ariaiiL'o It to send your bill ourv two months Instead of monthly?" "Why, certainly! what for?" "Why, 1 thought that perhaps I might in that wiiviklpnrelapsoor two." , M per gallon, (1 per quart, 60c, a pint JUDGli MILLER'S LEVEE. THE UNFORTUNATES WII09E NAMF3 AVF.IIK S0UNUF.I) TO-DAY. Tim Jnlge Has Ills Day After St. Pal ilck'R He (lets Down to ntislncM nml KnMiPi It to n FhiMi. "Oye7.l Oyczll Oyczlll All persons having business will now draw nigh mid give attention. Tho court is now in ses sion. Hery ono will answer fo their names or forfeit their collateral." This is tho manner In which tho l'ollcj Court has been opened from tho lima of lis foundation. As tho Jttdgo enters tho room Bailiff Hooo shouts tho sentences In stentorian tones, tho hum of votcoi ceases, hats are taken off, nnd n lino of prisoners emerge from the cell nnd aro led beforo his Honor. .Then tho work of tho day Is commenced. Too Strong to Work. John Beadles was beforo tho Judga "(ignln to-day, this tlmo charged with be ing n vagrant. "Why don't you go to work?" niked his Honor. "I'vo been at work," replied John, rather surlly, "Where?rt John couldn't say nnd bo will spend the next three months In tho workhouse, whero ho Is not by nny means n stranger. Old nnd n Jtogiiliir. Show as old, and her dress was tattered. A crazy-looking bonnet sat Uneasily upon her disarranged gray hair, and she was charged, ns usual, with being n vng. I'erhnps three-fourths of tho past twenty years of the woman's life has been spent in tho workhouse. She is ono of tho regulars that como to tho I'ollco Court nt brief intervals, and they cause .iiiugu miner uui. nine irouuiu. mko Mary Wntklns did this morning, they look nt lilm conllUiligly, or boldly, or pa thetically, as the caso might be, and ills Honor looks them In the eye and iuur uiurs: "Ninety days." Tliey ltefused in Answer Questions. Olllc Smith and Hutlio -Martin, tho two dltsoluto women whowrrolu Council's saloon at the tlmo Itcriilo Longfellow nnd Mabel Waters were shot Monday even ing and who, it Is alleged, wcro with tho man who did the shooting, wcro in tho I'ollco Court this morning charged with being vagrants. It is said that they will not answer any questions regarding tho shooting, and maintain stoutly that they were not in tho saloon at tho time. The evidence' ugalnst tho women was not sulllctcnt to hold them, and their personal bonds wcro taken. .Something Alivnjs Toltoired Hint Out. Two weeks ago Haymond Hoblnsoii went to a store at 2 o'clock in tho morn ing to buy pigs' feet without having any money in his pocket. This morning lie was in tho l'olice Court charged witli being nsusplclous person. Tho testimony of the ofllcer was to the effect that the man had gone to'n cobblers' shop wearing a pair of rubber shoes and asked If they kept paper collars there. A colored girl testified also thaT on Saturdav niorninc the same man camo to tho door uf her house and asked the privilege of being allowed to fasten his shoes. Sliacrautcd It. "When he camo in," said th5 witness, "thcro w as nelock on the mantel nud w hen ho went out the clock was gone." "Why Is it that you always get in the wrong place," asked the Judge. "I'se n stranger here, boss, an' cberv body's agin mc. I IcV been outer joll forty-eight hours when I was 'rested agin." "Iflooks as if everyplace vou ealuto something follows you out," said his Honor. "You'll have to give bond." Hit Got Ills Mrense. Solomon Bcllaumbcrg winked blindly at tho Judge when the caso of peddling without a license was called against htm and stepped Into the dock. It transpired In tho evidence that ho was the only sup port of n -wife and several children. .ynn-tnnyining nouono inn enso nue this," said his Honor. "Won't Mr. Trim ble give this man a permit'." "There ore n number," said Sergoant Bnylc', "peddling on tho streets now, and I do not think thero will be any diffi culty." It was. suggested that Mr. Dumont glvo the man a note to the license clerk, and when tho penult was granted tho caso was dismissed. "An Outrage," Raid Ills Honor. Mollie Wnttf, n stout black woman with n puling infant In her arms, was charged with being n vagrant. Tho ofllcer said that ho thought the girl was simple. "-'Something ought to be done with this woman," said the Judge. "I don't know what it will be," sold rrosccntlnc Attorney Dumont. "There are half a dozen institutions in this town supported" by Congress and not ono of them reach cases like this. Tho baby Is only four months' old and can't be put In an orphan asylum, "It Kan outrage," said the Court, "but she'll have to go down." Rex aud Denomination. fiom Hit Cincinnati Cvmmtnlal Ouuttt. Whilo loading sugar on our boat on Sunday rceently.at a Loulsaun plantation some of tho passengers strolled back toward tho settlement and went into a church just as a couple had taken their child in for baptism. Tho old colored preacher, noticing tho largo crowd of whito isltors, extended them a cordial welcome nnd nsked all to be seated, then, turning to tho couple beforo him, asked: "Ob what denomination am dis chile" "Sab?" snldthoyoungfathcr, evidently perplexed by tho word denomination. "taxed yo oh what denomination do chile war, repeated the minister, a llttlo severely. 'iho parents looked at each other, in evident contusion for n moment; then the father stammered out "I wo doesn't know what yo menus by denomination, sah." "Huh I yo don't I" replied tho pre icher, scornfully; "well, den I'll simplify It 'cordln' to yo Ig'nnnce, so yo klu under stand it; am do chile a boy or a gal chile?" No Viiss Oter Tlint Wedding. Judgo Muldoon of Butto married n couple last Saturday in short order .this wise: "Is (ids your true name?" ho asked of tho groom. "Yes." "Is this your true name J" the bride was nsked. "v "Yes." "Join hands. Do you want to marry this woman?" "Yes"' "Do you wnnt to ihairy this man?" "Yes," "Then by Irtuc of tho authority vested in me by tho laws uf thoStato of .Montana iiHft justice uf tho peaco in nud for Silver Bow County of said State, I pronounco )ou htisbaud and wife." To Cine ll Cold. I'l om Hit J'tiariiiactntkiil Kia. 1. Bathe the feet In hot water nud toko a pint ot hot lemonade. Then spougo with hot water and remain in n worm room. '2. llatho tho fnco In very hot water e i ry ll e minutes for tin hour. .1. Snuff up tho nostrllls hot salt water ecry three hours, I. Inhale Hiiiiunula or menthol. S. Take lour hours' active exercise In Ihoiilr. A ten-grain doso of qululuowill usually break up n cold In the beginning. Any thing Hint will set tho blood in nctiuicir eulutlon will dolt, whether It bo drugs or tho use of n bucksaw. Try Berkeley. Mlln I.a Duso Is known In Italy as tho Italian Sarah Bernhardt, Shu has just appeared in Home in "Comllle" with Im mense success, nud will noxt go to Hih thi. She may ho expected lu this country at mi) timonfterward. ron nvBi-m'siA, Indigestion, and Stomach disorders, ma -numvJV's iuon luvrisits. All dealcis keen it. St nvr bottle, (lenulno has tiadu-tuarU audcioMid red Hues ou wrapper. 1'ftOJI THE DISTIIICT CAHTOIi. Items uf Interest from tho Commission er' Ulllre. Tin: Nw BntniMi Hi'miia-noNS. There huNons yet been no copies of tho latest building regulations printed, nnd this Is explained ns follows, Last Decem ber, dutlng the Illness of Commissioner Hoberl, the building regulations wcro re constructed and amended, 'lliey wcro signed by Commissioners Douglass and Hos nnd Captain llosscll, acting In Colonel Hobcrt's absence, nnd sent to die printer1, nnd there they havo sinco remained. It was necessary pon tho return of the En gineer Commissioner that ho should sign the regulations. 'this the Colonel refused to do on nc count of one of tho amendments relating to tlio construction of vaults under pave ments. Inspector of Buildings Bntnislc hns endeavored to ovcrcomo Vnloncl Bobert's objection to'tho legality of tho regulation nnd to-day submitted n ruling from Webb's dlget sustaining It. Mr. Kntw Isle also submitted a plan to day by which tho unncccsar;; red tape proceedings In the granting of ponnlts to build projections beyond tho building lino can be molded. Commission! l: Dowilafs Hi.. Commis sioner Douglass remained at his homo to day. He Is suffering from n slight attack of Iho grip. .Kstim ti i) Vol i'i: or l'liorrnrv hie Gnv- r.NMiT ih to l'i'r.tii sr. A few days ngo Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Net- llcton requested tho Commissioners to furnish tho Department with surveys, plans nnd valuations of tho Maltby House, corner of New Jcraoy avenue and B street northw est, and of tho building occupied by the Geodetic nud Coast Burvoy, as ft was die Intention of the United States Go eminent to enter Into iKisscssion of these buildings. The Commissioners havo replied stating that the assessed valtto of tho Maltby Houso is (iri.OOO, estimated value OO,O0O; of Iho Coast and Geodetic Suney, nssesed vnlue 7r,O00, estimated valtto J1O0.00O. The Commissioners say thnt thev havo no authority to furnish survejs imlcs authorired todoaoatthc expense of tho Treasury Department. AkImi m sti.no Qufstiox. Captain llos scll has written to die Knginecr Commis sioner calling attention to tho appro priation for grading Sixteenth street ex tended under certain provisions. Una of these provisions Is thnt.bcforonny money shall bo expended for tho grading ocry owner of property abutting on tills street within said limit, ex tept as hereinafter provided, shatl bind ldmclf, his heirs, grantees and suc cessors In estate, -never to allow anv build ing or obstruction to bo erected w Ithhi tho line inclosed bitween thu building lines of Sixteenth street northwest, extended, on tho same lines ns now existing within tho boundary. Tho question that arises concerning Iho construction of this provision, Copfuln Bossed say.', I", should tho property owners sign n paper which would allow diem to put up such buildings as would be permitted were the street owned for Its full widtli by the District, would this bo n compliance within the law or would It bo necessary for tho proj crty owners to sign u paper whlih would prccnt them from build ing bnj'windows, steps, or any other pro jections extending Into this .space'.' Commissioner Hobcrt In his report siys that ho Is Inclined to think that the in tuit of the law is to give tho District no more rights than would bo possessed if dm United States owned tho street back to tho building line. 'Iho owners of tlio property, whilo not gliing awnvthe fee simple io ino paii.ing, must giveaway an lights to buildings upon tho lurking be yond what they would hao if thev had not given the fee simple to tho United Slates. The matter will borefcrrcd to tho District Attorney for an opinion. l'ownm ok Tiir CnMMtniin.Ni.iu. On March I) last Iho Cnminis-slnncrs referred tn the District Attorney tho question nf tho authority of low on October 31, 1SS'), for Increasing the number of scalers of weights and measures, as was done by an order uf the Board nf Commissioners. Atalstniit Attorney Thomas has sub mitted an opinion upon tho subject. Ho sajs that tho acts nf tho Dis trict Assembly, approved August 21, 1871, creating certain olllces, provides for three sealers of weights and measures, two for Washington mid one for Georgetown. Hv the act of Juno It, 1878, tho Commis sioners arc empowered to abolish any ouice, to consolidate two or more olllces, redtico tho number of employes, remove from olllco and make appointments to any olllco under them, authorized by law. Tlio phniso "to -consolidate two or more olllces" means that for purposes of ad ministration you may combine two or mora olllces into one. Tlio order of con solidation may bo rescinded and tho three oMlccrs restored, but If tho olllces had been abolished they could not bo reinstated. The effect of tho order of October 31, 1839, was not to increase tho number of scoters of weights and measures, but to dissolve the combination of tho three. Wiioi-fsu.e I.iqror. LicfmsusGiunted. AVholesalo llnuor licenses have been granted to the following parties: James Doyle, -Ml 1st st. s. wv, Henry L. Don tench, Dili st. ami Vn. nve,. s. v,j Bpii jamln F. DeAtlev, '2."i 3d st, s. w.; Kd wnrd De-ring, KM 8 Mil, nvo. n, c.j John J. Daly. 1307 0 st. s. w,; Jumes Dempscy, 100 Ninth street s. w.; Cornelius Des mond. 230 H street s. w.t Louis A. Dcllwlg, 105 Massachusetts avenue n. e.; W. C. Downey .t Co., The Portland, Fourteenth street and Vermont nvenue n. w.: William 1. Dyer, 3103 M St. n. w.; Frank J. Davidson, l,Fl.r Oth st. n. w.; Kn gene Dale, ttot lstst. n. w.; Matthew II. Don oh ue, 3JI5 1 st. n. w.; Ida M. aud Jules Demonet, 1712-11 'a. avo. n. w.j Katherlno V. Daley, HGSTst. n. w.j W. S. Duekctt, 21S0 111. avo. n. w.j K. V. Chcl!ni,u3Dst.s.c.;Domcii!coChrlstofaui, 1C01 J st. s. c.: John Carroll. 1201 C st. s. o.j .1. F. Cook, 1010 2Jd st. n. w.j Francis II. Connolly. 2101 K st. n. w.j H.J. Cam Held, 710 ISM st.'n. w.j James Cody, 2200 MM..li.xv.; William Iti Cissel, 10117th st. ii. w.; Jercmiah-Callaghan, 1133 N. J. oe. n. w; l nomas t,oiuns, mi it st, n. e,; John It. Collins, 1330 1) st. n. e.; (I. G. Cornwfll A Son, 1112-1 118 l'a. ae. n. w.j C. I.. Calhs, ICO 1st nt. B. w.j Patrick J. Conilen, 183 Ij street southwest: John f.larkJ205 Third street s. w.: Jolm O. CtOk, 11X18 14lh st, l), w.j William II. Combs, !).M Oth st. n. w 1120 lOtli st. n. w.j H. F. Bradbury. Twining City; S. II. Beynor, 11211th st. s. e.j 0. It. Heall, southwest coiner 1th and A sts. s. o.: Margaret Barry, 300 10th st. s. w.j G. T. ByiiL', 1355 20th st. n. w.j J. W. nnd Sam uel Bogley, 131r)32dfct. n. w.j A, B. Ben nett, 1200 nnd 1202 32d st ii, w.j Johanna Brown, 3100 N stf u. w., D. J. Buck lej , 02J 21st st. u. w.j Bayno &. Bros., Anaeostla; Wm. Braider, 101 H st. n. o.j G. Byng, 301 l'a. nve. s. e.j Thos. Burke, cor. 20th nud F sts. u. w.j H. .N. Heall, cor. Conn. avo. and 2d st. n. w.j H, llrandcs, ir27 12th st. it. w.j G, W. Hovd, 201 Mil. mo. u c.j M. T, llvrne, 000 M.l. ne. n. c,; lllld Bros,, 1)10 ll st. a, u; 11. h. lllout, 710 11 st. s. w.j F. W. llaeschcld, SOI H ht. s, w.j G. 11. liutt, 120 7th st. s. w.j Moses T. Hrlitncll, 3i') M st. 3. w., J. Bauer, 300 X st. h. w.j J. M. llntlcr, 1332-1) st. n. w.j .1. Bracral, 121 U st. s. w.j 0. U Hcrgcr, 1501 T st. n. w.: J. I Hunt, 300 Md. nve. n.e.j l'.Hettenkeinor. 301 Ith st, n. o.; Anton Heitiuiiller, I'lU Hth M. n. o.; J. J, llariey, 100 llth st. H. w.j D. J. Ilarligan. 018 Kst. s. w., Ger hard l.ang 1'ork llrewory Company, 013 Md. nc. s. w.; J. C Howes, cor. r-th and A sts. n. c. J, A. Howes, 307. 'H st s. e , D Hoke, 713 O st. n, w.t George Hammer, 617 llth M.S..U.J U.S. Hilton, 1201 S st. ii, w.; S. 11. llardlnch, 1035 0 st, n. w.; T. N. llrnderson, 181711th st. u. w ; Wil liam Hiinuaii, 15111 17th st. n. w.. T. D. Harper, 3121V3I3I K st. n. w.j .1. II. liiui gerford, 10"ll Oth ht. n. w ; A. I Handor flmt, llOOllthlst.n. w., h. Hughes, IJOO :T,thst. ii, w , A. llanloii, till ,LM bt. n. w ; Kcumaiiu- Bins., 7-'2 10th st. c, u , J. B. Kosm'I, 32il llloveuth st s. e. Sophia .lochlll, 130i) I st. n. e , Dald Jaiksnn, JlOll M st. ii, w , II A. Johnston, UiOl Ost. n. w ; O 1). .f.nksnu, lOSHIdgust. ii. w.; Charles Jiicobsou, ejr ncr27lh ami K sts. u. w , .1. 11, .Johnson, Canal road, Jorbou Urns., 20 7th st. s. e , 11. A. Johnston t'o., sit II si. n. e . .1. Klech, llladiiisbiirgrimd.i'oiintv, J, Key worth, 318 Oth at. n. w.j 11. tj. Kuyworth, 031 7th st. n. w , Benjamin Klilel, I Til Sutith Ciqiltol st.; tleorgu J. Koeliler, .112IC s, . w., Jacob Kenbol, 1210 3th st. ll. w , M..Kci-i;an. 115 II st. n. v.: II .1. Kcoiudi. 313 1st. ii. iv, D, T. Keudy, J III! M St. n. w.; G. 11. Kennedy A Sou, llltl Cinn. ae. u. w.t J. nmlF, Kraus, 010 13th st. ii, i'.; X. Helper, Anaeostla mid lletining's load, county; I'. Kennedy, 200 Oth st. s.e,; Isaac Kline, D35 hth st. h, c.j M. Leech, 1115 10th tt. n. w.j J. W. l.ynn, 500Bthst. . w.j J. H. IJpphard, 173 N street s. Wij .1. I-nckcy. 1201 ll street . w,; J, W. Lnllmir, 110 J Ith st. n. w.j 1'. AV. Love, 3270 M st. n. w,, 11. T. I.vddane, 1108-1110 32d el. n. w.j W. M. Arnold 1K0 If.th t. ll. w.j 1', ne, 1110 Vt. nve. u, w.; J. II, Giillch, 21.1 lstst. r. c; (I. II. Gray, Alincnstlas 11. M. Gladmon, 1220 28th st, it. w.j Mary Gannon, 1210 X.H. ne, ii, w., A. Gaeglcr, 1300 7th St. Ii, w.j J. I.. Ornnl, 1200 1 st. D. p.: I,. Garner, 1210 7th st. n. w.. .1. A. Glrvln, 2820 l'a. ne. n. W.J M. II. Ooddanl, s. e. corner Thirtieth and M streets northwest; I,ouli Grundlln, lf23 15th st. n. w.t "William Mercer, 1017 10th st. n. w.; D. Martin, 82H Oth tt. ii. w.lAV. V. McAllister, 518 Cat. n. c.j H. MJ kel, 52 I, st, ll, w.j J. H. Mahonty. 1128 N. Cap. st.; W.K. Mitch ell, 1210 11 st.d. w.j W. MeGrnth, 1 10 t M. n. e.j It. 11. Miles, 27 3d st. n. p.: J. J. Murphy. 1001 3d St. n. c.j W. V. Mornn, 3011 M si. ii. w, 1). Murphy, 100 K st. n. e.; J. Mornn, 1101 Ith st. s. c: O. 1-'. Montgomery, 1500 Seventh st. n. w.j J. H. Mngrudcr, 1122 Conn. nve. n. w.j 51. Moore, 001 2Jd st. n. w.j Mlckum ,t MtCoy, 101510th st. n.w.; H. D. Mngru dcr, 1C00 l'a. nve. n. w.j 1'. J. McDonough, 2123 1 st. n. w.j F. McKnow, 1811 K st. n. w.j 11. McNey, 1110 17th st. n. w.j J. 1'. Jlcdrann, 00007th 6t, n. w . i, McKenny, 701 22d st. 11. w.j Morgan liros., 1001 G st. s. c: T. A. McAllister, 070 B st. s. e'.; M. Met'ormlck, 227 l'a. ne.s. c.: T. F. Me Cnnlcy, 200 l'a. nve. . c; D. McCormlck, 100 M st. s. e.j S. C. I'nlmcr, 015 Dst. 11, w ; T.J.l'hllllps, 2133 llth st. 11. W.J Mr. A. I'urcell, 82 K st. n. c.j J. Fltrcr, 501 Tast Cap. St.: Mtirris Hlcliard, III 8th St. s. w.j 'Ihomns Hupperl, 312 11 st. s. w.; Bains burg .t Blllolt. 1001 Utli st. 11. w.; D. Blordan, HOI N. J. live. 11. W.J M. Hoche. 118 L st. 11. wv, Benshaw Bros., 1301 M st. n. w.j AV. W. Hoblnson, 11001'st. 11. w.j Otto Huppcrt, 1I0O 12th st. 11. w.j Haub ,t Heed, 1835 II St. 11. W.J G. Hlanl, 135 list, s.e.: K. O'Toole. 1115 Hth st. 11. w.: J. D. O'Mcara, 711 II st. 11. o.j T. O'Drlscoll, 217 10th Rt. 11. p.; Henry Otto. (HOC st. 11. e., J. O'Brien. Champlaln and Florida nves., county; G. A. O'Hnrc, 1213 7th st. 11, w.j 1'. O'Callaghan, 2200 I st. 11. w.j M. O'Halloran, 700 22d st. 11. w.j O'Donohuo & Co., 1351 28th St. it. w.j Offntt it Co.. comer 32d and Jl St. 11. w.j M. O'Doiiogliuc, 3Cth nnd N st. n. w. Grmior.Towx Not a Pout opAVasihmi tox. Tho Commissioners recently "sub mitted lothcDistrlct Attorney thcqiiestlon ns to whether the clausolti thodcllclcncy bill requiring tbo concurrent action ot the Commissioners nnd the Secretary of War In granting penults applied to George town. Tho Assistant Attorney, Mr. Thomas, to-day replied, stating that ho had exam ined the clause and felt satisfied that it applies only to Washington and not to Georgetown. Georgetown, ho sajs, Is not 11 portion of Washington, although sometimes called AVcst AVashlngton. Ho quotes tho act of Congress of February 21, 1871, as a proof of this fttatcmcntnnd says that thcro has been no chango In tho low sinco that time. Congress, ho said, had only in mind tho City of Washington, as is shown by the fact that they had only In mind the titles of this city, as the titles of tho streets in Georgetown are entirely different. FINANCIAL AND COIIMEUCI.VI,. New York, March 18. Money on coll Is easy at 21(53 per cent. Kxchimge stronger; posted rates, 4S7 lMlj actual rates. I.V.J ISO Tor sixty davs, and J88lyi881 for demand. Governments steady; currency 0s, 111 bid; -Is, coil)!!, 122 bid; lis, do.. 102 bid. 'the stock market was less active this morning, only 70,200 shares changing luinili hy noon, The market opened weak, at i Io ? per cent, decline from last night's ligurcs. In the eirly dealings there was u further slight shrinkage. Sugar trust was execpllonably weak, dropping per cent. I.ato In thu hour there was a better feeling and some re covery. The principal dealings were in Burling ton, St. Fan), Ontario and AVestern, Union I'acllic, l.omsWIlo and Nahville, North ern l'acllle preferred, Atchison and Sugor Trusts. St. Faiil and Uurllngton inouop nll?cd tho little business done during tho hour to noon. Tho toncol the market was weak and prices declined by noon to the lowest figures. At this writing tbo market Is stagnant nt 1 to 3 per cent lower 1 nun yestcruays ngurcs. XTnMitncton Rtoclc Kxclmngo. Beported for The Cmno by Gurley & Stevens, real estate and local securities, 1335FsticctnoHhwcst. Sales Itcgiilar call, 12 o'clock in. AVash. Gas Convertible Oi. (1U 135. Georgetown nud Tonally town It. It., 10 n TO. AVash. Gas. 10 n 451; 27-n 151; 50.1-151: 38 n 451; 12 a 45). Amcr. Graphophoue, 100 a 7. Mlscellnneous Bonds AV. & a. H. R. 10-40 O's, lt'03-'23, 101; AV. AG. 11. It. Convertible a, 'OU-'Sl, 125; Mnsonlo Hall Ass'n O's, O 1803, lOT: AVash. Market Co., 1st (is, 1S02-18H. 101; AVash. Market Co., Imp. Cs,110l2-'27. 110; Amer. Security and Trust, 5's, 1005. 100; AVnsh. Light Infantry. 1st C's. 1001. 100: AVash. Light Infantry, 2d 7's, 10OI, 05; AA'nsh. Gas Co. Scr. A, O's, VJ02-'27, 118: AVash. Pas Co. Scr. B, C's. 1002-'20. 110; AVash. Gas Co. Convertible lis, 1001, 130. National Hank Stocks Bank of Wash ington, 450; Bank of Republic, 270; Met opolltan, 273; Central, : Second, 187; Farmers and Mechanics, 100; Columbia, 155; Capital, 121; AVest Knd,071: Lincoln, 102; Citizens'. 170; Traders', 118. Bailroad Stocks. AVashlngton and Georgetown, 230; Metropolitan, 110; Co lumbia. GO; Capitol and North O Street; 50; ICckington and Soldiers' Home, 55; Georgetown and Tcnallytown, 00. Insurance Stocks. Firemen's, 47; Franklin. 62: Metropolitan, 80; National Union, 181; Arlington, 178; Corcoran, (18; Columbia, 14!j German American, 183; Potomac, 83; Biggs, 81; People's, 5Jj Lin coln, 51; Commercial, 41. Title Insurance -StocksI'cal Estate Title, 128; Columbia Title, 01. Gas and Electric Light Stocks AA'nsh ington Gas, 45; Georgetown Gas, 48; U. S. Electric Light, 175.7 Tclcphono Stocks Fennsvlvanln, 23; Chesapeake & l'otoinav, 57; American Graphophone, 0J. Miscellaneous Stocks Washington Mar ket, 18; Bull Hun Panorama, 17; Pneu matic Gun Carriage, J; Great Falls Ice, 175. Safe Deposit and Trust Companies National Safe Deposit, 2.15; AVashlngton Safe Deposit, 110; AVnsh. Loan A Trust Co., 05; American Security & Trust Co., 081. Dii:n. 1101 KI.ETt Departed this lite at 3 p.m. Maieb 17, 1NI1, Mrs. KlUu, reiki ot the I no John I), Hotelcr, 111 tho tilth 5 e.ir ot bar age. Funeral from tho Fourth-street ' K. Church southeast on 'Ihursdi ufternnou nt a oMoitc Kelathe ami friends Invited toutteud. No iloucrs. HAbLUl'Oii Sunday. Murtli 13, Kil,hiiaii unu Harrison Haslup, wliloiv of Hie lato J, W. Unship, In tho h.'id 1 ear or her axe. Ol'KUTT OiiMnmliy, Mirth 111, 13)1, at 111 o'clock p. 111., Bt her parents' residence, lrtj III street northw est, of measles and pneainnulH, .tulln K oldest and beloved daughter of W. O, and llcrtha Orrntt, oedt) earn. Servlies nnd Interment Thursday moral n' nt Oak Hill Cemetery, t'rlvute. ltlllNI'lZKA'-On Monday. Marih 1(1. 1R1I, at lU.r, 11. m , John II,, beloved husband ot Mnr) Itlbiiltky Fuuerat 'I loirs day, Man Ii I'l, at .1 p. 111., from hi Into reslikme, Ulil 'I null street uortliwett. Kilstlvcs nnd rieniU are respecttully Imltvd to attend, Sll AN .MIAN- Deputed this lite on Monday, Miinlilii, ivit, nt ;bp 111,, Kllen i:., In-loved wlfoof Daniel bhauuluiii and dauishler of tho late Mlehail C'atliarlui', 111 the aitt jcarot her age. Funeral from her lato residence, 7$) First street northrnst. on 'Ihursday moruliu t 1" o'clock n. m, Friends and nlJtlvcs respoct fiilly Invited to ntlend, bf'LI.IVAM -On Monday, March 111, is)l ut 80'iloik a 111., Iln.luer bulllvaii, In tho "I-ilt jeoi ot his Rgc,nall ot County 'Korrj, Ire laud. Funeral frou)tlioresldeneuoti:inir,li(illnii leu, t'Vl New Jtrsev tivenue uoiihvvusi, oa I rldnv, nrili -,M, nt llo'iloek, Itilltttos out Irieuds Invited to intend 1.0VT AMI l'()irNI). wiZ on MAHCll I,, A COl'Ku'lt SPAN lj ulcl, wllh spots on ueik and biuvsl.nu swrrlng tg the name ot " Ick." Itetum to Hi! I Mh st. n. vv and rcirlvo rovvard. rnitsoxAi.. xftVw I8 TUB TIMK. " WK wff.lT PAY XN "big money" for gents' tlrl-class to-ond-hanil clothing, Addresa or cull at JUH'J IPS OLD HTANU, (,l l it. n. v. fi s.: Vj. bt City IU HUND Y. COM'it OF DKED3 FOIl ALL states and Territories. 450 La. aie.. oou. Hall. Ki'i:ciAr, NOTirr.s. I'ATOT OI'.NTnSNIAI. CCbKUItA-THIN, EST WAlllNtlTON, Al'lllh , ll, 10, 1311. ( Wrens' Central t'oininlltee-.loliii AV Mill son, .Myron M. 1'nrker. Hubert W. ruiwlck. Mnrvln V htone, lion. Jolm Lynch, llr.sluir I ll.Wptrcr, 1'rutfMor OtlsT. Mason, J UKretli Wntklns. I't llllCIIXKItrlSf.S IN LINCOLN HALL A I'll I I.e. Afternoon 'I olio presided over by Iho President nt the t'nttcit Ktatfs Hirnln 1 o ho presided ocr by the Secretary ot tlio Interior. HP1.CIAI. IIKI Kl'TION It) I.NVF.STOUS AM) MAM I'M I I'KKIIS nml the Indies who nrminpnny them nt the Patent Ulllee, April H, ti to 11:71 p. m , by the Secretary of tho In terior nml the lomnilnlonor ot Patents A I'lllLO, Afternoon Meeting To lie preside I ner hy linn. Frederick Frnley, LL.I) , prenl driitnf tlieNnllonnl Hoard of Trnilr. KTcnlng Mrrllng lolieprealiled oter by Professor M. '. Lnnglcy, tccrctary nt tho Smltluonlim In atlliilliin. ANNlVmSAIlY TY. AIMIIL 10-AiiiiI-Tersnryof the signing of the first American patent law lv tlcorgn Washington, Hn in, Kxrnrsloii to Mount Vernon, w hero nn nd Iresi will he delivered by Dr. ,1. M. Toner upon "Washington ns an Inventor and Promoter ot Impiovements " i p, 111. Insjiectlon ot ord nance simps, Washington Navy-Ynrd, hy Invi tation of the Secretary ot thoNnvy. 1.1(1 11. 111. Parade, regular troops, National Unard,lllgli Sihnnl t'ndcts, and olher organlratlons. Al'llIL 10, i:enlngMcctlng-1ii he presided oer by Professor Alexander llrnhnm Hell, Addresses upon subjects rel ulna; to Inven tion aro premised at Iho imbllc meetings by Fdnard Atkinson, l.L. I).j llr.. loluiH. Hillings, Hon. Jnstlre Hlatrhforil, Professor Cyrus F HracUctt, M. ll., l.L. 1) : Hon. Ilenjamln llnt lernorth,Octare('haniite,iresldeiitA.H.l' i: ; l'roressor F. W. Clarke. Hon. John W. Daniel, Major t lareneo K, ilntton, Professor Ihninas (tray, Hon, W. T. Harris, Professor Otis T, Mrisun, Hon. Charles H. Mitchell, Hon. I), 11, I'latt, Colonel F. A.Seely, lion. A. It. Hnnffor,!, Hon. Itobert H. Taylor, Professor Hubert II 1 hurston, Professor N II 11 am P. Trowbridge, Hon. Kdvvlu W Hills, Hon. Carroll I). U'rlijlu. Meetings for the organisation ot tho N'n tlonnl Association of Inveulors and Manufac turers, mi the nfternoonot April 7 nnd In tho morning ot April 8 nml ti, when addresses are ripened from prominent inventors nnd manu facturers. Subscribers admitted to public exercises by ticket. For f Hither particulars address the executive eoininltlee-llon. JOHN LYNCH, chairman; JOHN W. HAUSON, MAHVIN C. STO.NC, OKOHOK C. MAVNAltl), J. F.LFilUTH WAT KINS, Secretary. onicc: 811 (I st 11. vv.. onnoslti) Hie Patent (mice. marn-l-U rSTASSKSSOH'S OFFIC'K, D. (! , MAItUII K 11. It'll. Notice s hereby glrcn that all licenses issued to peddlers, produce deiilcn nt largo and In tbo several mnraots will etplro onthcHlST DAY OF MAItCH, 1WII. Bald IP censca must be promptly renewed by all per sons desiring to continue such business. Hy order of the Commissioners MA'llllKW aitlMHLE, marlS-Ct Assessor I). (J. (K-J. AVILLIAM LEU (Successor to Henry Leo's SONS), UNDKHTAKEIt, 333 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. AV South Side. Uranch Office, -lid Maryland nve. s. w. r-WILL PAY FULL COMMISSION TO KEAL ESTATE AOENTS FOlt SELLING. For 1'rlccs and Terms Apply to EMMONS A KINO. Uallders and Owners. Atlantic linllillnc. isgr FOH bALE-COltNEIt OF Sl'ltUOE street nud llorcvvood avenue, Lo Droit rum. Flic New Two story and Attic llrlek Dwell lugs, with Porches, all Modern Im provements on Spruce street, Six Houses, Two Stories, Attics and Cellars Finished with l'ajier All Modern Im provements, on Harcwood avenue. Also corner House, corucr ot Spruca ami Hare wood avenue. For l'rlco and Terms Apply to WILLIAM J. LEWIS, Owner and lltilldcr. On premises. SS8-FEET HEL1KVED. Dlt. WHITE, Sw CHIHOFOD1ST. 14IG Pennsylvania avenue, opposite AVIIlard'a Hotel. Thousands from tar and near visit Dr. lilte'e establishment for relief from and avoid, anccot corns, bunions, diseased nails and all other foot troubles. Hours, 8 a. ro. to 6 p. m. bnndays, 0 to 12. Ofupi lee $1 per visit for p it ting the feet In good .order. Established 1m,I, ifgW-CAMl'ELL CAltltlNQTON, ', ATTOHNKY-AT-LAW, (03 D street northwest, Washington, D. C. Webster Law Ilalldlng. ltesldence. 1701 1) street northwest. TANTKn-in:u WANTED-A AVOMAN FOlt OENEHAI. housework. Including cooking, In a small family. In tho District, near the city. Address J, P., this office. ITtTANTED-LiailT COLOltED OIItL, IH, VV neat and healthy, for plain looking for '1. Address, with references, LIUHT, tins office. ANlED-COLOHEIi COOK: NO WASH- Ing; family of two; city refercuees. An- ply h mmcdlalely at SIM Florida ave. WANTED WHITE CJIAMUEUMAID. Apply at 173.1 ( st. WANTED-A CAl'ABLE WOMAN TO DO general housework; no washing or Iron ing: whllo preferred. StHl N st. 11. vr. WANTED-WHITE H1HL Oil WOMAN ((lenunii preferred) for general house work; small wash. 1W! K t. 11. vv. WAN1 EH-AVhItF." OlltL 10 COOK, wash, and Iron, also chambermaid, nt tll.l K st. n. vr.; references, WANTED A OlltL '10 DO UENEttAL housework; must have ell) refereiico qpilgohomo nights. Apply 1.M1 (? st. n. vv. 'WANTOHITrATItlXS. -ITANTElf-ItY'A ItESPECTAfilJ: COL'D VV woman, washing to do nt home; can give ireferenrcs. Apply at ti Bat, s. vv. 11TANTED-1JY COLOltED UI11L. IS I., n ,.l..at. .i.ll. VV years old. n plain In nurse or chambermaid; good references, Apply n .1 1- ut u ... ' ' 1T-ANTED-1IY A ltESPECTAHLE COL'D 1 T V girl, n situation lu a private family as ' took or to do general bousowork for a small Ifamllv; clly referencea, Call or address 173) K st, WAM'ED-HY AbOHEll AND HELIAIILE man. a situation as porter or watchman. Address OF.OIIOE A. HEUNEIt.un.V D st. 11. w;! Post Hnlldlni;. WAN'IED-A SITUATION AS F.NOI necr. Address ENtll.NKEH. this olllco. WAN1ED-HY A MIDDLE AOED COL'D man, n position ns driver or waiter lu 11 pilvnto fainlly; Rood reference. Address -till Wasliluntnn st. 11. vv. AVrANlEll-A- PLACE As" lHOYCLK traehir, on nu kind ot wheel, or ns first class waiter, butler or pantry boy; eau tjlvo 1 slot reference. Call ut MS O ft. 11. vv. YITANTED-A SITUATION AS DINING VV room waiter lu a ilrst-cla restinrant or lintel: can furnish good reference, Apply aiii.-svisiei.n, vv. WAN'tED-HY A SETTLED COLOltED woman, a place as look In n filiate family. Call or address MX) K st u vv. WANTF.D-HV A COLOltED WOMAN, A jilneo to do general housework or eli-iui-lervvoik; good reference, lit Wnshliutnn st. u, vv. 1-lTAVrKl) HY A JIESPKCTAIILr. WHITE n as ihamhirmald: willing lo VV girl. plio as ehamhirmajd Uavo tho city. Plcasoeill3llltits. vv. "lSTAN't El) - A STEADY, ItELIAIILK. Vy sober man desires iioslttoa as vvatchutui orjaultornr fruit stewer lu pie bakery Ad dress HELIAIILE, thUoltlco AFIHST-tLASS LAIINDIIES WANTS family washing, Apply lo No. lll-Jlth si , In Iho rear. AV.iTi;ii-ito(nis. -VANTKD-ONi: UNFl'ltNlSHED DOOM nn lt lloor; not to exceed (3 per mouth. Address 11 , this office. AVAM III) -31 1.SClH.I'.AXIjnUS. -7ANTED-tONTHAcToilS '10 HID upon grading uercssary to be dono on lot 43, squaro 111, In bring the lot up to a levol wlthlhe street at botli enls ut ll t'ho lot (outiitimBt.MX) feet, Applv to THOMAS W. bMI'lll Mr further Information. "TANTED-blX OltHEVEN HOOM HOUSE Ay with small tore; rent not to exceed fW, Address DEEDS, this office. -lT"ANTED-ANY TIME HETWEEN NOW and 1st of May, Sor D-room houso, con- vculciit tn 'treasury. Kent -' to f 13 per month. Addrcm N.. Crltlo olllee, ITANTED '10 1IUY. ON EASY PAY. menu. good tvuewrllrr: llemlngton prcierrcu Address It. M. U., this office, iii'CTni.s hai.i:s. -(KOItOKW HTKIKNKY. Aiietlnneer, J Ml l.leteulh street norllmest. inrsTKr.s' mi.i: of vf.hy valiiahlf. lMI'ltOA F.I) I'HOPHin Y, IIKINO HOU8H No. ism it si ni:i:r N'oiniiwHir. llyvlilueof nrerlsln deed nf lnt"t rerordid In liber No. 1 IW. folio 1,1 et sen, one nf thn land records for tho District nt Cotutnblu, nn t nt the request of Hie party secured thereby, a will offer for snle In front of Hie premises, nn It'KiIiAY, 'I IIH 'Hill DAY OF MAItCH, lMil. nt -l.no o'clock p. m., thn following ilr nrlbiil property In iho ellvof Washington, District ot Columbia, In ult- Allot lot nam bered fourteen H In Coltmati ,V Adams (trusters) subdivision ot lols In sipiaro two himdied nnd seienty-seen (1"). 'I enns ot sale: Ono third cash nnd the ha! ine In (I) one and a) two ears, with Interest nt Hie late of six (Cl per centum per nninim. pnjnble seinl-aniiunlly, nnd secured bv deed ot tru-l on the property sold, or all ralt, at the option of the punliascr. f 1(H) deposit nt tlmo of sale All corn eynnclng at purcln-cr's cost. Terms to bo compiled with In five () days or the property will bo n sold nt risk and nut of d, faulting jiurehnscr after flo (.) dija'rcidrrr tlstinent In 'I he Critic. JOHN T. AIIMl, WM. MA8i:,.lii, marlCrod.tda Trustees I'HOI'OMAI.S. TlltOPOSALS FOIl FIIKill IliJEF AND V. " . Vash i Xresh vegetables. Olllco A Ittelmi llsrrnrts. I). ( . tYltrti t-ciiruary i", in 11 Sealed proposals, In triplicate, subject to Iho usual louuiiions, Willi n copy or mis nnvrr tlsement nllnehed, will l.n received at this oilier until I o'clock 110011,011 'I Hl'IMUAY, MAHCll l'l.lKU.nnd then opened Inlhopres enre of bidders, for flirnHihiE nnd delivering the fresh beef mid fresh vegctsbles rcrpilre.l by tho Subsistence Depatlmcnt, U. S. Army, at this post, for Issue to troops thereat ilurlii 2 iho fiscal ear comnicnelug July 1, lS'll. Pro jiosals for beef and vegetables must bo seji-l rate. Proposals must ha Inclosed III scale I en tlopcs marked "I'roposnls for Fresh lleef nn I Fresh A'egetnbles," and addressed to tha un dersigned. Tho Government reserves Iho right to reject any or all proposals. Any con tract made under this advertisement shall not beioiistrued to lav oho the United Stales In any obligation for payment In excess of np ploprlatlon granted by Congress for the pur pose. I nil Information may ho obtained hv application to this ofllee. CONHTANI'INl: (11 ASH, First Lieut, and It. ), M third Artillery, A. C.S. IclH.l'i.'.sUl.mnrl7.l8 FOlt ltF.NT-ltOOMS 1011 1IKNT- NICELY FOHNISIIKI) J: in looms, vvltti binrd. bent, it-is. nnd bath: iirms very reasonable. ISMi ll st. 11. w. IOH HUNT- TIIHKK UNFUItNLSIIKD I f'oms; 415 per month; gas and water, Uti 1.111 Kl. 11, VV. TjiOlt HKNT-'IWO t'NFUIINlSIIF.D SEC 7 ond story fr'.nt rooms: southern exposure; bath: rent low; board It desired; private fam Hy. -2U'i 11 st. w. TJIOH HENT-ltSI NEW YOIIK AVE. N. W . I; largo nicely furnished rooms on second lloor, Willi board; references exchnnscd, FOlt ItiJNTli.f llDTT.TNr r""Fl717 nlslied rooms, largo closets, hot and 1 old wuter. with board; also a few table lio inters accommodated; references exchanged. T7tOK lIFNTTHilEE FNFL'IINI'SiTifll ? seeond-lloor rooms; best, gas, nod tulli; suitable for light lioiisckcejiing, jirliale f mi-in-. nr.Fst. 11 e. roit SAl.K. TnOH SALE-A (1001), SOUND HOUSE, J; wagon mid harness. Apjdy to M. T. cllItLY. anwi L st. n. w. T70H SALE-Dlt. l'EI'PEIt'.S COMPLETE IJ system of medical works. In uool roiull- ttlon, wltli other medical works Call and ex- amino at HUH (. V.uve. 11. w. TOlt SALE-C1IEAF-STOCK AND FIX. J li tares of bakerr. coufeetloncrv. furnishings and notions store; rent moderate. Aply tin medtatclv. Til Md. avo. n. r. .. ?!ll iti:'T ltousiis. T7l01tTtENT-u"NFUHNlSHEI)- 611111th st, n. vv., 10 rs. and 2 1 irso halls andstore f iVl on lWIMst. n. w., IBrs VM KM 14llMas. are., 17 rs. and stable -.in (11) 1SJ7M ht. 11. vv., 13 rs ICiI 1.7 1123 M st. 11. vv-., ir, r ISO m iwsMst.n. w-., 13 rs 1.7) () M'l 14th tt.n.w.. lira 1U 00 1117 Mass. ave. n.vv., 13 rs 133(H) .110 L'. Cap. st , 38 r am inns II st. n. vv., 11 r W () 1S18Conn.nvc.,U rs lit 1,7 lSlSCoun. ave. Kits H7 M r.1.3 1 st. 11. w 11 r si m 1B21N rt. . W..3U r til 31 14.MNH n.w.,ltlrs M :tl UKlNewA'orknve. n.vv., 13r tci :H lUHNevv A'ork ave. 11. w lTrs 71 (H lf,10 P st. 11. vv 11 rs 73 0) anno st. n. vv., Urs 73 00 603 E si. n. vv.. i:i rs 73 00 J) N. Y. nve. n. vv 13 rs ., 73 00 M31Sthst.li. vv.. lire TO 00 1103 Chapln Ft., 11 r , X) (in 13170st.n.vv.,ins..l.., , 1) W' HSONst. n.vv., tlrs a 0(1 seal lllllver Placo n.vv., 11 r KOI 1111 14th st. n. vv., 3 rs , flat M IX) 1401 stouehton st tlrs XL 00 13.11 N'st. u. w.,7r bo (X) IMS Fierce I'lace, rs 10 no KM II at. n. vv., ! rs -Ill 00 KTCSilst. n. vv., 7rs..., S3 do lWOIthst. n.vv,, str. and clvvir &3 00 1510 fflith at. 11. w 7 rs .13 00 17(0 Y st. n. vv.. sir. and vvarcrooms .13 (in SJ 1st st. . vv U rs 1300 iho above bouses can be examined by per mit from our omen only. THOMAS J. FISHEIt & CO., liaiFstu.iv. FOR HAI.K AND KENT. T3EALEi'JA1EHULI.ElIN. ' inOMASK.WAGOAMAN, 917 F street. Changes made AVcdncsdayt and Saturdays. SSI Oil Y UII1CK AND FItAME HOUSES FOlt SALE. MlllTIICAST. 153.1 to 1231 Fst., Ii. Ii , (l.rs, and 31 to 3 Id 11 , H. .all. l'.thst b. Ii., Ilrs, all f 13,110) It. "llth st. b. h3rs..,. . ,Vw 1.1 M) rile St., Ii. h,7r ?l -l! Ul.n.lUlllti,l.., 1. I. r.. 1,71X1 l.VX) l.VKI 1,000 '.(Ill tU 3151 St.. 1). ll . I IS r-37tlM13dst., Ii.ll.llrs... ?.1411lbt f. h, Irs BOUTIIKAST, 507 and 500 A'a. avo, nnd UOd 5th at. and 3 unimproved lots ,.,.,. ....". 1,500 3111 to '! 1.1th st. and Kentucky ave. bet. 11 nud S. Carolina ave . f. h. -1.0(10 '311, 33 1 and asi,1, I) st r. h 0 rs, each. 303 Mil st,.b. h, lira , ',.. turn till 1 St., f. Ii , 5 is , Alley, bet, bill and 7th, U nnd E, b. h , Irs .KB Kith St., f h,3 rs.,., i, .11.1101 liM., Mi., Br ! 1313, UlTaud 11KI K si,, f. Ii , 3 rs. caih,. 411KH.. r. li.it rs 7 Hope ave., h. It., 4 rs,,,,,. ... , 1.07 4th l., f, li., i r 403LH., Ii. h, 3 rs 3.UX1 3,W 3,500 l.VX) 1,500 1,501) 1,31X1 1,0(10 KOO NK) UX) UNIMPltOVED 1'ItOl'EHTY FOlt SALE. Per foot. K.thst, bet. TnndU fKXI l( st, lutlMli nnd ll.lli 3 73 Florida ave. and N.Cap. st ,,,,. 1 73 lloundary st. bet, N.Caii. and 1st sts I 73 1 lib St., bet. Clifton and Knanoke sts. u vv. 1 50 Dumbarton ave, und Heall st. bct.SOtuann .ovists. ,,, ,. .... 1 ) tlli st bet JvT nnd () t -i3 OH.betlstaudiklstsii w, .,, lis) Hindu. 30th and 31st sts , ft) Mouut Pleasant ID HOUSES FOlt KENT. Per month IJUIA't nvo. n. vv., 8 rs , lM'il'st. ii. w rur.U rs I.'ul Hst.s, vv.Nrs Upierpnrt 11081'st n, w, 7rs,.. f31 51) I i OJ 33 Ml 33 IX) S3 (H) S3 on il '."l 30 01 IH 51) 13 1X1 10 30 ie-JT ism ti.u, vv., nrs. lf:.-i lsth st. ii. w U rs ,. io.aiMiisi. ii. vvu rs NM andUO N. II. avo. n.vv ,i rs o-.-i lihn.il. vv ,7rs tilBlttst. li. e,. Irs KUSb, Caji. H., Brs.. . ,, S'lOllES, OFFICES, E'IC. Strand dug 3111 M st. n. w-.llrs.,, f;i M Mr and dw g lM'l 7th st. ll, w ., U rs , 73 OH Mr milling HUT Tit, n.vv.,i)rs . ,. nix) sir unddvvgliUKi st s w.ors. 'HI no 4USLn. ave, 1st lloor, 3 front rs ... :k) U) Storeroom It-U ih st u vv ,. 33 (X) Mr KM "Hi st. s vv 40 O) ni 7th t. ii. vv , 'hi tloor front rs n M Kooni .0 Vernon How 13ix) tlh tt, and l'a, nve, room SO. , , ID is) J.OANS. In sums to suit at 0 per cent, HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. Safe as ll. H. bonds. Six per icnt , payahlo quarterly. In sums of 1 1,000. Small premium charged 'Iho above ta only a portion ot the property on my hooks. For full tut call at otlke fur bulletlu Itsacd on the 1st aud 13th. T. E WAOdAMAN. i:n(.hai:d m'vtkim'.uy Inn Sheets Linen I'apor woo UU initials uclllv ,-iuiavml moss the coriui, Willi 50 on velopes to matt h, lu a no it box, ml) $1 00, pot paid, mi) whom n Iho Untied Miles A box fiee to aiivune getting up a Willi uf live bend stamp for saniilus JOHNF PA1IET, Eugraver, Wasliiu.Hon, D 0 .A. GOLD WATOH '1 o tho one bringing lis the LAllOUST NUMHKlt OF OltDEUS UErOHB AUUUsT 1. Come and leiru particulars, roarlMt KAII.lttMJIsl. MRIIMONI) AND DANVILLE HAILIiOAU JLi COMPANY. Stiirmii: iv Erricr MAr.eu C, 1WI. All trains leave and arrive nt Pennsylvania passenger station, Washlnitton, I). U. f-Mo. m -Dilly for Culpepcr, Charlottes. vlllc, stations Ihesaiieaku nnd Ohio Itnutc, I.ynchbnrit, Itncky Mount, IHnvllle, (Ireens boro', ltnlelith, shevllle, Charlotte, ColKrnbl-i, Aiken, Aususta, Atlanta, Illrmlncbam, Mont gomery, New Orleans, 'lexns and California, rullmaii Sleeper New A'ork to Atlanta nnd Pullman Sleeper Atlanta to New Orleans, Pullman Sleeper Danville via Columbia and Aueusla to Maion. Pullman Sleepers Wash ington to Clnilniiatl via ('. A. O. Koutei con neits nt Ljuehburx vvllh Norfolk nnd Western Ilallioadfnr Itonnoke, HrIslol,Knoxvlllc,Chat lanonirs nnd tho Southwest. 11:1(1 a.m.- Dally, Wn-hlnrjton nnd South western Vesllbuled Llmllcd, between Wash. Intitnn mid Atlnntn, toinjiosed entirely of I'nll man cars, nu which nn extra rate ut fare lar clouted; arrives Athiita 0 30 a, in, second day. Consult lime talde for stops. 3 Tti p, m - Dally, except Sunday, for Manas sas, Htrashurir and Intermediate stations, ' 4:l3p m Dallv, runs lo Lynchbiirit; carry ing Pullman sleeper to Memphis via Ljncn burr; nml lirlslnl 11. lop m Western nxpressdnllyforAlnnns ras, llntlnttesvllh', Staunton, Louisville, Cln elnnntl, Pullman rstlhnl Train Wnshlnston to Clnrltitiatl, vvllh a Pullman Sleeper tor Louisville. 11:1X1 p. m-Southern Express dally for I.jliiliburff, Danville, ltaleluh.Ashcvllle, Char lotte, I'nlnmbls, Aucustn, Aiken, Atlanta, Montgomery, New Orleans, Texas ami Cali fornia. Pullman A'estlhulo Car Washington to New Orleans via Atlantt nnd Moritcninrry. Pullman Meepcr New A ork and Washington fo Asbrvllle and lint vprlnes.N. U., via Salisbury. Also Washington to Anijnrta via Charlotte and Columbia, 'trains on Washlnitton nnd Ohio division eave Washington u.ui n. in. dally, (i 13 p, m, dally nnd 4. 13 11 m. dally, except Sundavj re. turiunirarrivu Wushliiulim MO a.m. nnd 5:13 p. m. dally and 7:iri n. m. dally, except Sunday. 1 hrnugn trains from the South via Charlotte. Danville and I.jnchburi; nrrlvo In Washlm-tun o-.VJ n in,. 10:33 a, m. and K.53 u. ni.i via East Tennessee. Hrlstol and Lynchburg at 'Utl 11. in, and H-Vi p. m.j via Chesapcako nnd Ohio . routcand Charlottesville at 2M3 p. m. atidV. p, in. and 10.33 n in, trashurs local at 10:17 am '1 lekels, sleentns enr reservations and infor mation furnished nnd baggago chicked at ofllee, l.TOi) Pennsylvania nvo., nnd at passenger station, Pennsylvania ltallrnad,lith and lists. JA'1, '' 1'A Yl.Olt. Pen. 1'ass. Agent, TALTIM01tE & OHIO HAlLltOAD. Schedule tn crrect January 1, 1891, Leave AVashlngton from elation corner ot .New Jersey nvenue and U street, Fon Ciiicaoo nnd Northwest, Veatlbulml Limited eipress dally 11.30 a. la., express 8 Top. m. , Fon Cincinnati, St. Louis nnd Indianapolis,, eipress dally, 3 30 nnd lt.'K) p.m. Fon PiTTsnui o and Cleveland, express, dally, ' 11.30 a. m. and 8 Ml p.m. Fon LcxiMiTim and points In the Shenandoah Valley, 110 I') a. m, Fon WiMiirsTrn and way stations, ti 3) p m. Fon LtuiAY, n50p. m. Foil Haltimoiir, week dajs, 4 03, BO), 0.11, 7.10, 7.30, (9(si.4Vmliinlesl, S 80, a S3, (11 in, 13 Ot), 43.mlnutcs), n. 111., 13.10. 3 13, 3 50, (1 13 43 minutes), 333,433, I 'X) (BOi, nmlnutes), 5 03, B:m, 11.15, 1130, 7.15, 7.30, t)(X), 10 51) nnd 11,30 j). m. Sundry i s, 4 05, 7.30, 7.30, 8 in, lira n m.. (13(m, 43 minutes), l.(), 313,3 5(1. sal, 4!X). (5 00, 43 minutes), 6.03,. (. IS, (I if), 7JI1.1)(JO, 10. , ll.Si) p. in. Fon AbNAI-ons, I) '13 nud 8.30 a. m., 13 10 and 4 33p.m. hiiudnvs, s.SDa m. and i:xip. m. Fou r nil, tiucic.tll.'lO u. m., 1.13, uxtl.ao p. in. Fon llAOEnsTowv, -tto 10 a, in., nnd t3 to p in. ItOYAL ULIT. LINE FOlt NEV YOUK AND PHILADELPHIA. Fon Nkw Yoiik. 'I renlon and the East. f4 m, tS.tx), 10,011, "WOOn, mi.30,3(i(lnd KITO p.m. UuITet Parlor Cars ou all day trains bleeping Car on the 10.30 p. m , open at 9.00 n. m. Fon Hoston 3 50p. m. with Pullman liuftit bleeping Car ruunliit: through to H,ion without chniue, via I'oughkeepsle Hrldge, lauding luieringcrs lu D. M. station at 1) j). ton. Fon 1'iniAnri.i'iiiA, 103, 18(0, 'lOdd a. m. 13 (XI noon, '1 50, .'. mi, '(i.13 and '10.30 p, m Fon Ncvvaiik, Del , Wilmington and Chester, 4 03, 1S (10 ii. in., 11.00 noon. i 60, B 110, mi, and 10 :). in. Llmlled express slopping at llmliiglon only, 10 tu n. in. Fon Atlantic Citt, 4 (Band 10 00 a in., 1100 noon. Sunda) s. 4 0.1 a. m., 13 OU noon. For time ot suburban trains eco tlmo table to bo had of all ticket agents. Except biiminy. Hilly. Snnd-iy only. Haggnco called for nnd cheeked fioin hotels nnd residences by Union Transfer Co. on ordcra left at ticket offices, Ol'l and 1331 Pennsylvania avenunuud at dipor, J. T. ODELL, CIIAS. O. SCULL, (leu. Manager. (len. Pass. Ag't. 3 HIE till BAT PilNNSYLVANIA ItOUTB to tho North, West and Southwest, ouble 1 rack-. Splendid Scenery? bteel Halls. Magnificent Equipment In Errr.cT JANuinT m, ikii. Trains leave Washington from station cor ner ot Sixth and II streets, ns follows: Fon I'ittsiiuiiu und tho West, Chicago Lim ited Express nt Pullman A'estlhulo Cars at 10 50 a. m. dally: Fast Line, 10 50 n. m.-dally J to ChlcapvColumhua and St. Louis, with I'atlnr Car Ilarrltburg tu 1'lttsbnrg, and bleeping Car from Pittsburg to Indlanipo lis, Pittsburg to Columbus; Altoona lo Chi cago. St. Louis, Chicago nnd Cincinnati' Express, StUlp nu dally. Parlor Car Wash ington to llarrlsburg and blicplng Curs liar rlsburg to bt. louts, Chicago and Cincin nati, nud Dining Car Harrlsbnrg to St. Louis, Chicago aud Cincinnati. Western Ex press nt 7.10 p. in. dally, with Sleeping C-ira Washington lo Chicago aud St, Louis, con necting dally at Harrlsbnrg with through sleepers for I oulsvlllo and Memphis. Pull man Dining Car Pittsburg to Itlclunond nud Chicago. 1'aclllc Express, 10.00 p. m. dally for Pittsburg and tbo West, with through blerpcr to Pittsburg and Pittsburg to Cnl- UAl?fiMOItE AND l'OTOMAO BAILHOAU Fon Kane. Cannndalgua, Itochcstcr and Nlag. ara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8.10 a. m. Fon Fmr, Cannndalgua aud ltochester dally; forllufTulo and Niagara dally, except Satur day. 10 (JO p. m wllb Sleeping Car Washing ton to Itochcstcr. Fon AViLLiAiisi-onT. ltochester and Niagara Falls, 7.40 p. rn. dally, except batii rtluy, with Ll....ln..,'..1l,..l.liMl h l,nKnt& bleenlnt? Car Washington to ltochester. Fon viu.iAxsroUT. Hcnovo and Elmlru at 10 50 a. m. dallv. exrent bundav. Fon AViLUAMsi-onT daily, 3 "U p. m. Fonl'miAlitLriilA, New York and the Eil 7.30. n OU and U.txi a. m.t 13 13. 3.10. 3 15, 4 30, B.40. 10 00 and 11 SB p.m. On Sundav. ll ft) a. m., 1 2.15. S Ilk 3.15 4 30. 10 00 and 11.33 0. in. Limited Express nt Pullman Parlor Cars, vvllh Dining Car, to New A'ork, 0.10 a. in dally, except Sunday, Fon Nxw A oiik onlt. Limited Express with Dining Car, B UO p. ra, dally. Foil l'uiiADririiu qmv. Fast Exnresa H 10 a.m. week-days, and 1 00 p. ra. daily. Ex press Sunday only, 5 top. m. For Uojton. without change, 3,13 ji. m, every etav. ) Fon Huoom.yn, N. A'., nil through trains con i neit nt Jersey City with, boats ot llrooklvn Annex, arrordlng direct ransfer to Fnltou , street, avoiding uouhle ferriage auuts New York city. Fon Atlantic City, K.13 p. m. week days, 11.S3 p.m. dally. , Fon III 1 1 ixunr, B 35, 7.S0, 8.10. 0.00. fi.iO, 10 HO, 1050, 11.10 and 11.50 i. m , 11.15, 3.10, 313, 3.30,410, ISO, 130,5 00, 3.40, li), 7.10, 10 01 and 11 33 p. ni. on Sunday, Don, iins, iovj a. m li.13, 3 10, 3 13, .1 30, 4 00, 4 SO, 3 IX), 5.40, 0 00, 7. to, io 00 mm 11 13 p.m. Fon l'ort.'s LllllK List, 7.20 a.m. and 4.0) p. ra, dally, except bundavjk Fon Anmi-oi is, 7.30 andfi 00 n, ro 11 Ml and 4 SO p.m. dally, except Sunday, buudtys, ntiOn hi, and 4 SO p. in. AVAblUNdTON bOUTIIEHN HAILAVAA'. IN D J CT JANUAKT l!l, 1K1I. Fon AI.L1AMUI1A, 4 31), 033, 7.13, 8.10,0 13, ju&, a m: iv.oi noon, n, a jo, io, uv, 1, 01, 8 03, 10 03 and ll.VI p. in. On Sunday nt 4 30, 7. 13, 0, 15, 10 57 a. in.; S.TO, U.UI, S.lrl and 10 05 p. m. Accommodation for tjnantlco, 7 13 a in and 4 53 p. m. week dajs. 7.13 s. m Sundays Fon HirinioMi and the bouth tislnndian n, m. dally, Aiiommodation 4 53 p ui.vvccll da)s. Tnuss irAVK AmxAnnu fur Washington, 1,03, 7 03, 800, d 10, 1(113.1! 11 a m. 1 V J, 35(1, 511), 1103, 703, .S0, 10. X) and 11 Hi p in. On hitmtuv in '.1.1(1 and 11 ill in , 30ft, 5 10, 7 (13, 7 10, ll SO and 10 30 p. in '1 Ickits and Information it thn officii, north cast corner ot 'llilrtecnth stieel and Pennsyl vania avenue, nud nt tho station, whero orders ran lie left for tlio checktu ot luggage to destination from hotels and r lilcncs CHAb. K. PI (111, J It WOOD, (tcneral Manager General Pneentter Agent, CJULaAI'EAKl!. AM) (vnm nii.vcv. rtuuit fcchedulo 111 effect Februarj 84, lil Trains leave Union Depo , sixth i I II stretts, 10 37 a, m for Newport News Oil Point lomfort and Norfolk dally Ai' io it Old Point utli. Mil ni und Norfolk atllf t' n, Pulliuuii HulTct 1'ai lor tars to Old t'olu oio. foit dally exei pi Muiilav. .J) a. in - I fin lun ut Expre-s daily i t, tlons in Alrgtula, West Virginia, Kr ,k and Clnelnuall. Vesilbulo bleopcrs nu without chango to Clueluiimt, arrt n tiS,3p m. lliap. in -F F V A'estlhnli-1 tnille .1 y Solid trains, with dtutu curs, mu m iv without change to (.lucluuatl. V l.iuo Sleeper for l.exliiiglou und Uiulsiill Pull man Cars are open to rciclve pukxun -mil p. m. Office, 311 Peniisv Ivanln av eune II W H'l I. Kit. (Inn. Paw -vt " THE INtJREASB THE CI RC Tl LATION "THB ORITIO" la Heulthy and Butumn' n "THE CIIl'110"plcentsALLtU StiWm a compact and altructn a manner. i'l: i tha reason people wnii t It. op L 1 J 'V. wr