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THIS i:\ KM\G. WAI1EK 15. WILLIAMS A CO.. AUCTIONEERS. ANNUAL SALE OF Silverware, Clocks, Bronzes, Rogers Cutlery and a large collection of beautiful presents. SALES DAILY At ii a.m., 3 and 7:30 p.m., At our salesroom, comer 10th ami D sts. (facing Pa. ave.) northwest. Scats provided for the ladies. WALTER B. WILLIAMS A CO., Auets. Do28-7t FITIRE DAYS. THOMAS l>OWLINO A: CO.. AUCTIONEERS, 012 E st. u.w. TRUSTEES' SALE OF V A LI"ABLE PROPERTY. IMPROVED BY A THREE STORY, BASE MENT AM) ATTIC HKK'K A N1 > FRAME I?WE!.LIMi. KNOWN AS NO. 1836 COLUM BIA ROAD NORTHWEST. By virtu** of h certain deed of trust, dated Not. 3. isOH. nnd recorded in Liber 2444. folio 1S8 et s?q.. one of the land records of the District of Co lumbia. and at the request of the parties secured thereby, we. the undersigned trustees, will sell at public suction on WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER NINTH, 1003, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. in front or the premises, part of lot one (1) in the subdi vision of estate of John Little, as said subdivision is recorded in the office of the surveyor of the Dis trict of Columbia. In Book Gov. Shepherd, page JOT; also part lot ten (10) in subdivision of lot two (2>. 111 said subdivision of "Little Estate" made by Sophia L. Little and others, as recorded in said surveyor's office in Book Gov. Shepherd, page 170; said parts of said two lots being de scribed In three parcels as follows: First?Begin ning at the j?oint of intersection of south line of lot eleven ill), in said last named subdivision, with west line of Columbia road, as widened, as per plat recorded in surveyor s office in County Book 0. page 130. and running thence with west line of said road as widened south 21 is' west 00 feet: thence at right angles with said road north r.s 12 west 104.10 feet; thence parallel with said road north 21? LS' east 00.0 feet to south line of said lot eleven ill); thenee with said south line sou i) 1 or. 4.v east 194.20 feet to the place of be ginning. Second Beginning on east line of Wood ley road or Nineteenth street extended 325.23 feet northerly from intersection with west line of Co lumbia road as widened, as per plat in County Book ?'?. page 130. surveyor's office of District of Columbia, and running thence north 20? 41)' west , f?J. l."? feet: thenee at right airgres with said Wood- 1 l?y road or Nineteenth street extended north 00' 11 east f?4.4 feet; t hence sout h 08: 42' east 37.28 feet: thenee south 21 18' west 30.0 feet to a point 57.:.1 feet in a line drawn from the beginning at right angles to said Woodley road or Nineteenth street extended; thenee with said line south 00? 11' west r?7.f?l feet to beginning. Third?Beginning 00 east line of Woodley road or Nineteenth street extended 377.38 feet northerly from its intersection with west line of Columbia road as widened, as per plat in County Book page 130. surveyor's office of the District of Columbia, running thence north 2'> 41*' west .">.*> feet to a stone in northwest corner of said lot ten (lo?; thence with north line of said lot ten (lo? north M 30' east .">0 feet; thence s< nth 00 4.V ea<t 00 feet; thenee south 21? 18' west 3l) feet; thence north 68' 42' west 37.28 feet; tt-c-nee in a line drawn at right angles to said W??odley road or Nineteenth street extended south 11' west .">4.4 12 feet to beginning; (all more particularly described in said deed of trust), to gether with the improvements thereon. Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance in two equal installments at one and two years, with in terest from date of sale, payable semi-annually, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser; deferred payments to be secured by first deed of trust 011 the property sold. A deposit of $1,000 will be re quired at the time of wale. All recording ami con veyancing at purchaser's cost. The trustees re serve. tiie right to resell the property at the rink and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after live days' advertisement in The Evening Star news paper. if the terms of bale are not complied with within fifteen days from the date thereof. Hl< HARD W. TYLER. Trustee. ROBERT G. RUTHERFORD, Trustee. no27-d&ds 1307 F st. n.w. THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF DESIRABLE RESIDENCE, NO. 1738 V ST. N.W. By virtue of a deed of trust, dated January 2, 1U02, and duly recorded in lil>er 2622, at iolio 227 et seq., of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, we. the undersigned trustees, will sell, at public auction, in front of the premises, on II ESDAY. THE EIGHTH DAY OF DECEMBER, ll'OCi, AT HALF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the city of Washington. District of Columbia, and designated as lot numbered two hundred and forty j (240) in Joseph R. Johnson's subdivision of lots, in j square numbered one hundred and fifty (lo0), as per plat recorded in liber 10, folio 5, of the records of the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. Sold subject to a prior deed .of trust for $2,500, bearing interest at five C>) per cent, further particulars of which will be stated at the time of sale v * Terms: The purchaser to assume said prior deed nf trust and pay the balance in cash. Convey ancing at cost of purchaser. A deposit of $100 required at time of sale. Terms to l?e complied with within fifteen (15) days, otherwise tiie trus tees will resell the property at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser. RICHARD E. PAIRO, HERBERT A. GILL, nc25mt&ds Trustees. C. G. SLOAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS. l*o7 ti SI. SALE OF PERSONAL EFFECTS AND HOUSE ! HOLD GOODS FOR STORAGE CHARGES. I Notice is herebv given that ou SATURDAY, NO- ; YEMBER TWENTY EIGHTH, 1903, AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M., there will be sold at public auc tii ii. in the auction room of C. G. Sloan & Co., J 1407 G street northwest, Washington, I>. C., to 1 enforce lien for storage charges, etc., due and un paid, all goods, furniture, household and personal effects, on storage with the American Security and Trust Company, in the names of II. I. Brackett, R. II. Broadnax, Mrs. M. L. Brewster and Mrs. T R Hunt. ALBERT M. READ, General Manager, Storage Department, American Security and Trust Company. uo20-6t r7*N. B THIS SALE POSTPONED UNTIL SATURDAY. DECEMBER FIFTH, same hour and place ALBERT M. READ, Genl. Manager. r.o27-6t C. G. SLOAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G ST. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE F STREET CORNER PROPERTY. BEING AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THIRTEENTH I AND F STREETS NolITWEST. FRONTING 1 TWENTY-FOUR FEET ON F STREET AND SIXTY l EET ON THIRTEENTH STREET. By virtu* of a decree of the Sup:em - C urt of the District of Columbia, passed < n the 18th of No vember. 1903 in equity cause No. 24110. we will . sell at public auction In front of the premises, on SATURDAY DECEMBER TWELFTH. 1903, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. part of lot eleven <11). in i tquare two hundred and ninety (200). in the city j of Washington, in the District of Columbia, de- ' scribed as follows: Beginning for tin? same at the ] northwest corner of said lot and square, and run ning thence east on F street twenty-four (24) feet; j thence south sixty (00) feet; thence west twenty- j four 124? feet to 13th street, and thence north j sixty ojo> feet to the beginning, improved by a substantial three-story brick business building. i Terms of sale as prescribed by the decree: One third of the purchase money in cash, and the bal- ! a nee in equal installments, payable in one and two i years from the day of sale, with interest at five j per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, and I secured by the notes of the purchaser secured by a I first lien on the property sold, or all purchase \ money in cash, hi the option of the purchaser. A j deposit ? f $50 ? Will be required at th ? time of sale. All convejancing and recording at the coat of pur chaser. Terms of sale to be complied with with:n twenty dn\ s from time of sab1, or trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser. W'LLlAM A. GORDON. Trustee. 330 4l>. st. n.w. WM. G. JOHNSON. Trust, no3u-?i&ds i> st. n.w. THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES SALE OF LOT ON SOUTH CAPITOL STREET BETWEEN N AND o STLEETS. By virtue of a certain deed of trust dul. recorded in LiU-r No. 2001. at folio M et acq., of the land records of the District of Columbia and by direc tion ai the p.- t v tcarod thereby, (be undersigned , trustees will offer for sale, at puhlie am-tion. in front of th" premises, on thursday THE TENTH DAY "I I?E> EMBER. 1 :?-?3. AT HALF PAST Fol R O'CLOCK P.M., th.- following de- 1 scribed real estate, sit late in the city of Wash- j Ingt >n. Dislrb-t of Columbl; . to wit: The south I half of origina l lot numliercd sixteen * 10?. in square J numbered six hundred and fifty-three (653). Terms: One-third cash, halauce in two equal in- I sta)ln:cnts. payable in one ami two years, with In terest from the day of Sale at the rate of six per j cent <?; <? per annum, p: \able semi-annually, se- I cired by deed of trust ?n tie pro|>erty sold, or all ! cash, at the ption of the purchaser. A deposit of j $1?ki required at the time of sale. If the terms of sale are not complied wit i within fifteen days from the day of sale, the trustees reserve the right to resell the property j t the risk and cost of the j defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement I of such resale in sou e newspaper published In ; Washington. D. C. All conveyancing, recording, etc., al purchaser's cos;. JOSEPH J. DARLINGTON. 410 "th st. n.w. wii.i iam d. hoover. 15th st. find New York nve.. IBSMMi Trustees. W A1 T I 1 r~l?. WILLIAMS & CO., AU< TB ) N E EH s! TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE IN WEST ECKINGTON. K.NnWN AS NO 37 Ql'INCY STREET NORTHEAST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust recorded ' among the land records of the District of Colombia in Liber No. 1083. folio 252 et acq., the under- ; signed trustees will offer, by public auction, in j front of the premises, on MONDAY. the FOUR TEENTH DAY OF DM EMBER. PJt?3. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. all that lot of groi;nd situate in the District of Columbia, knowi: and described as follows: lot numbered seventy-three (78), of the American Security and Trust i'o.'s suUllvision, in block imml?cted three (3?. "West Kcklngton," as said sulKiivision is recorded in County Book 0. |?ag * 133, of the records of the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. This lot is improved by a two-story bay-window brick dwelling with modern improvements. Terms of sale: One third of the purchase money In cash, and the balance in equal Installments in one and two years, the purchaser to give his nego tiable promissory notes for the deferred payments bearing Interest at the rate of five per cent p?r annum, payable semi-annually and secured by a deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, it purchaser's option; $10?> down at time of sale. EUGENE CARUSI, Trustee. Columbian building. ALDI8 B. BROWNE Trustee, de2 d&dfa* 1419 F at. n.w. AUCTION SALES. TOMORROW. JAMES W. 1SATCLIFFE, AUCTIONEER. Trustees* Sale of Three story Frame House, No. 11808 Corcoran st. n.w. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of t the District of Columbia, pumped in equity cause No. 24037, the undersigned trustees will offer for >:ile_ by public auctiou, in front of the premises, on FRIDAY. Til*: FOURTH DAY OF DECEM BER. A. 1>. 190ft, AT HALF PAST FOLK O'CLOCK P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the city of Washington, District of Colrinbla, to wit: Lot numlered 67 in A. 1'. Km don's subdivision of lots in square numbered 134. as per plat recorded In l'ber No. 10, folio 72. of the land records of_the surveyor's office of the District of Columbia, together with all the improvements, rights, Ac. Teims: One-third carh and the balance in one and two years, with interest at 0% frcm date of sale. secured by deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. Dei>osit of $100 required upon acceptance of bid. Turns to be complied w*th within 15 days, other wise trustees reserve the right to resell the prop erty at the risk anil cost of defaulting purchaser nfter five days' advertisement of each resale in s? me newspaper published in Washington, D. C. All conveyancing, recording, &c., at cost of pur chaser. EDWIN L. WILSON. Trustee. Feudall Building. MALCOLM HCFTY. Trustee, no24-d&ds Columbian Building. WALTER B WILLIAMS A: CO., Auctioneers. Auction sale of unredeemed pledges, by order of F. Warren Johnson, ?manager of the Washington L. an oflw. FRIDAY. DECEMBER FOURTH, \T I TEN O'CLOCK A.M. I will sell at the above loan office. 1224 I'a. ave. n.w., a valuable collection of goods upon which the interest is due one year or more, consisting hi part of Gold. Silver and I'illed-case Wutches. Chains, Charms, Pins, Rings. Silverware. Diamonds. Cut Glass, &c. Ticket hold ! ers. please take notice. no27-6t* F. WARREN JOHNSON. Manager. FI.TI RE DAYS. TRUSTEES* SALE OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVED REAL ESTATE ON MASSACHUSETTS AVE NUE NORTHEAST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, bearing date May 12. 1900, and recorded In Liber No. 2547, folio 01 et seu.. of the land records of the Dis trict of Columbia, and at the request of the parties secured thereby, we will sell. :it public* auction, in front of the oretnises. on TUESDAY. DECEMBER FIFTEENTH* A.D. 190,1. AT A QUARTER PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following described real estate, situate In the city of Washington. District of Columbia, to wit: Lot numbered forty-six (4(5), in John F. Olmstead i:nd B. H. Warner, trustees*, subdivision of lots in square numbered seven hun dred and twenty-three (7231, as per plat recorded in Liber 14. folio 102. of the records of the office of the*surveyor of the District of Columbia. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money and expenses of sale to be paid in cash, balance in one and two years, with interest at six <0) per ct-nt per annum, payable semi-annually, secured by deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200 will be required at the time of sale. Terms of sale to be complied with within tin days, or the property will be resold at the risk and cost of the default ing purchaser. All conveyancing at purchaser's cost. GEORGE W. BROWN, DAVID MOORE. Trustees. C. G. SLOAN Sc CO.. Auctioneers. de220.127.116.11<>. 12.14 " jX7iES~W. ItATCLlFFe7AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEES* SALE OF VALUABLE SALOON FIX TURES. LEASE. A--.. AT NO. 1710 PENNSYL V A NIA A VI: NI I: N < > RT11 \\ EST. By virtue of two (2) certain deeds of trust, dated March 24. 1902. and October Ml. 1902, and recorded in Liber No. 2049, at folio No. 15, and Liber No. 20S3. at folio No. 159, respectively, of the land records of the District of Columbia, and by order oi;' the parties secured thereunder, as well as by order of the Supreme Court of the District of Co lumbia. sitting as a Court in Bankruptcy, passed in Bankruptcy Cause No. 315. the undersigned trus tees will sell on the premises, 171(5 Penn. ave. n.w.. at public auction, on WEDNESDAY. THE NINTH DAY OF DECEMBER. 1903. AT HALF PAST TEN O'CLOCK A.M.. the good-will, fixtures, stock In trade and personal property described in said deeds of trust and the interest of the lessee in and to the lease to said premises. Terms cash. A deposit of $250 required at time of sale, balance to ho paid within ten ? 1 <?? days, or tiustees reserve the right to resell at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five (5) days' notice In The Evening Star. All transfers, convey ancing. ?fcc.. at purchaser's cost. JOSEPH A. BURKHART. Trustee. Corcoran building. SALVADOR S. RICHARD. Trustee, <le3 d&dbs 4.SO Penn. ave. n.w. S. BENSINGEIL~AUCATIOXEEr! " WASH. HORSE AND*CARRIAGE BAZAAR, 940. 942, 944 La. ave. OnSATURDW MoR\l\G. DECEMBER FIFTH. 1JH>3, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK sharp, we will sell that grand registered show gelding Doctor Jomes, WINNER OF BLUE RIBBON AT FREDERICK THIS YEAR and at LEADING NORTHERN SHOWS. Doctor Jones is an Ideal roadster, very speedy, and Is one of the most stylish and handsozpest cobs in Wash. Also for same party: 1 4'Croesus" speeding wag.?n, 1 Brewster top buggy, 1 set Kay run about harness. Sale peremptory. S. BENSLNGER. Auct. de2-3t* C. G. SLOAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G ST. 1 VALUABLE BT ILDTNG LOT ON NORTH SIDE OF K STREET BETWEEN CONNBTUCT AVE NUE AND 1ST 11 N W . AT PUBLIC AUCTION On MONDAY DECEMBER SEVENTH, lyU3. AT i FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., in front of the premises, ! we will sell at auction lot twelve ?12>. in sq:iare 1 one hundred and sixty-three <lf>3?. <30x1441.11 feet j to wide alky), surrounded by handsome residences, with party wall privilege, close to Conn, avenue, in a rapidly improving section, and would make a valuable residence she. Terms j'asy, and ihade known at time of sale, when $250 deposit will be required. By order of A. D. ADDISON, Agent. C. G. SLOAN & CO., Auctioneers. del-c&ds C. G. SLOAN & Co., AUCTS., 1407 6 ST. N.W. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE UNIM PROVED PROPERTY, SITUATED CORNER 3D AND S STS. N.E., WEST ECKINGTON, WASHINGTON. I). C. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated Feb ruary 23. 1898, and duly recorded February 20, 1808, in Liber No. 2283. folios 190 et s q., <if tin4 land records uf the District of Columbia, and at the request of the parly secured thereby, we, the undersigned trustees, will sell at public auction. ? in front of the premises, on MONDAY, THE FOURTEENTH DAY OF DECEMBER. 1903, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following de scribed land and premises, situate in the city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, and des ignated as and l>eing all ?>f lots numbered ?ue <11. two <2>, tlr.ee <3j and twenty-four (24>. in square numbered five (.">?. in "George Trnesdell's addition to the city of Washington," b dug a subdivision of a tract of (and known as "Eckmctm," which 1> part of an original tra-t called "Youngsborough," as per plat recored in Liter County No. 0. folio 85. of the records of tbe office of the surveyor of the District ??f Columbia, subject to the covenant that when a building is erected upon *a'd lots it shall not be within fifteen-415) feet of the building , line, as shown on said plat, nor sbal! it b? us-d for ! manufacturing purposes, nor shall sjdrituo is 1 q tors ; be sold therein, nor shall it cost less than $2,000, ; and these covenants shall run with the laud. Terms <-f sale: One-third of the purchase nioir>y I to be paid in cash, and the halan e in two equal j installments, payable in one and two years, with j interest at six <6> per centum per annum, payable semi-annuall}. from day ?>f ale, for which no es of p :r baser to b.? gixen secured by deed of trust j u|m n the property so'd. or all cash, at the option j ??f the purchas* r. A deposit of $lo<? on each will b" required of the purchaser ?t th ? tim - ?f sale. All conveyancing, recording and notarial fees at the j cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be com pile 1 with within ten days from day of sale, otler- j wise th- trustees reserve the right to retell t e property at the risk and cost of the d faulting pur chaser. K. B. TOW NS END, GEO. Till ESDEl.L. 1 de2-d&ds Truste s. TIIOS. J. OWEN i*. SON, AUCTIONEERS. Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust recorded In Liber No. 2?:4??. at folio 289 et sen., one of the bind record* for the Distri t of Columbia, and :it the request of l .e $ ? rty secured. w-c s:?all - M. in fr>nt of the premises, on TUESDAY, THE I'll 1 LEVI II DAY OF DECEMBER, luo3. AT , HALF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following j dwribed lend and premises. In the District of Columbia, known as and being part of original i I lot numbered 9. in square numlx?red 990: Begin- j ning on the east side of 11th street east 21 feet ; i 1 inch south of the southwest corner of the 15 i feet-v, I tie alley in the lot and square aforesaid j I and running thence south on the east line ??f I 11th street 21 feet ami 1 inch, more or less, to the south line of said lot 9: thence east on south ; line of said lot 117 feet ti inches; thence north 21 < feet 1 inch, more or less <l.H>lng the same width as on Uth street*: thence west 117 feet 0 inches to the beginning, being the south half of said lot Terms cash. Ten days arllowed to complete pur chase. Conveyancing at purchaser's cost. ANDREW WILSON. Trustee. NOEL W. BARKSDALE. Trustee. de2-d&ds 504 E street n.w. c. G. SLOAN & CO.. AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G ST. I GOVERNMENT SALE OF OFFICE FURNITURE, ' CARPETS, OFFICE PARAPHERNALIA OLD I M ETAI^S. CHEMICAL APPARATUS. ET<'., : FOR THE I>EPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. We will Fell, on TUESDAY. DECEMBER E!<-UTH. 1903, AT TEN A.M.. at the Patent ? >ffi? e. 9th and G sts. n.w.. and concluding at the ; IV i sion office. 4th and G sts. n.w.. comprising ' iYrnitare. <"i:petn. Mattings. Old Iron, Brass and j i'opjH'r, lot of old Brick Cases. Chairs. Files, I I?: srels, \\" Closets. PijH's and I'Mttings, <las and i EJcvrlc Fixtures. Electric Fans. Camera. Stamps, Sleiving, Walnnt ami other hardwoods, Tools, i Straps, Boxes, Dusters, Motets, Iron Roller, i Scales. 4 Analytical Balances, etc. Terms cash, and all goods to be removed imme I diately after the sale at the purchaser's expense. I-arge cash depesiis required. Complete list of | the goods can be seen at the office of the auc tioneers. By order of the SECRETARY OF THE de2-dt?* PEPARTMI-iNT OF THE INTERIOR. WALTER B. WILLIAMS, AUCTIONEER. I will sell, at public auction, at 437 11th st. n.w.. TUESDAY, DECEMBER EIGHTH, 1903, Al' SEVEN O'CLOCK P.M.. all goods on which Interest remains unpaid, consisting of Gold, Silver and Metal Watches. Diamonds. Clocks, Chains, Rings. Jewelry of all kinds. Clothing, Books, Musi cal Instruments, Guns, Revolvers, Mechanics* Tools. Opera Glasses. Cameras, Typewriters, Gmpbopht.net, etc. COLLATERAL LOAN CO. HENRY R. GROCE, Treasurer. <U2-4tM0 AUCTION SALES. FUTURE DAYS. JAMBS W. RATCUPFE, AUCTIONEEB. Peremptory Sale of Brunswick - Ball Ike- Coll len der Co. Pool Table, 11 Man hattan Pool Table, Cues, Balls, Racks, etc. On SATURDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF PF. OhMBF-K. 1903, AT TEN O'CJjOCK A.M., I will Bell, by public auction, within my sales rooms, 1?2<> I'K. ave. n.w., the above tables, etc., in good condition. Terms: Canh. ?le3 rt&dbs JAMBS W. RATCLIFFE. Anct. H. K. Fulton's Salle off Unredeemed Pledges. Jolhn Doyle Carmody, Auctloner. I will soil, at public auction, at the office of IT. K. Fulton. 314 5)th st. n.w., commencing on WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER NINTH, 1?03. AT TEN O'CLOCK A.M., all the unredeemed pledges In his office on which !s due ONE YEAR S iS'TEUtEST OR MOKE consisting of DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES, set in tine mountings in dif ferent styles of Jewelry, Gold, Silver and Gold tilled Wat< hes, Gold Chains, Charms. Cuff and Link Buttons, Gold Badges, Medals, Solid Silver Ware, Opera Glasses, Books, Guns, Revolvers, Um brellas, Cameras, Sealskins, Musical and Mechan ical Instruments and othe$* numerous articles. Sale to continue until all lots are sold. "NO PLEDGES PUT BACK ON THE MORNING OF SALE. deU t?t BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN DEED OF TRUST, recorded in Liber No. 2077. at folio 402 et seq., of the land records of the District of Columbia, the undersigned will offer for sale at public auction, at the sales rooms of Thos. J. Owen & Son, at No. 013 F st. n.w.. on THURSDAY. THE TENTH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1003. AT ONE O'CLOCK P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the county of Washington, in said District, viz: Lot numbered 29, block 6, in Davul Moore et al. subdi vision ol' land known as "Moore and Barbour's Addition to the City of Washington." Terms stated at sale. WILLIAM A. HILL. Trustee. REGINALD W. BEALL, Trustee. de.TOt S. Bensinger, Auctioneer. Washington Horse and Carriage Bazaar. Big sale Saturday, commencing at io o'clock. Geo. Shoemaker will sell a load of chunks shipped in from Garrett county, Md. 10 head Horses and Mules f<?r a local contractor. 35 head for local parties, including two Speedy Drivers. 5. Ben si imger, ^,f?" de3-2t.20 C. G. SLOAN & CO.^ AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G ST. Desirable Fyrniture, Car= pets and liouselholdl Ef fects, from Storage Warehouses and Private Homes at Auction, with inn our Rooms, 14(0)7 Q st. (2d! floor), Saturday, De cember 5,11903, at 110 A.M. Upright Piano, Handsome Oak and Walnut Side boards, China Closets, Brass and Enamel Bed stead, Maple. Oak. Walnut Bed Room Suites; Par lor Furniture. Handsome Mirror-front Folding Beds, < heval Mirrors. Her Minor. Hall Racks, rhlff n iers. Couches, Typewriter, Fancy Rockers, Tables and Chairs, Pictures, Hangings. Extension Tables, Chairs, Square Piano, Large assortment of China, Oil and Gas Staves. Mattresses. Pillows. Bedding, New 0x12 Rugs, odd pieces Chamber Furniture, Kitchen and Pantry Sundries, etc., etc., AND AT TWELVE M.. Automobile, Good Saddle Horse for an attache of a legation, carriages, Harness, etc. ? ALSO 77 shares of the Captital Stock of Fort Myer Heights l^and Company. Terms^ Cash. de3-2t C. G. SLOAN & CO.. Auctioneers. JAMES W. RATCLIFFE, AUCTIONEER. Peremptory Sale of Pair Sorreil Horses, "Prince" and "Dewey," Nickel Mounted Double Har= ness, Cut-Under Trap, Robes, Blankets, <&c., Be longing to an Army Offi cer. On SATURDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF DECEM BER. llXtt. AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, I will sell by public auction in front of my sales rooms, No. 920 Pa. ave. n.w.. the above tine team, belonging to an army officer leaving city. The above team can be inspected prior to day of sale at government stables. Nob. 500, 508, 510 N. Canitol street. Terms: Cash. JAMES. W. RATCLIFFE, de2-d&dbs Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE OF UNREDEEMED PLk7>GES~ We will sell, at public auction, at the store of Steinem Bros., 1232 Pa. ave. n.w., MONDAY. DE CEMBER SEVENTH. 1903. AT TEN O'CLOCK A.M., all pledges upon which the interest is over due one year or more, consisting of Diamond Rings. Pins, Studs. Earrings, Scarf Pins, Plain and Set Rings. Gold, Silver and Filled Watches, Chains and all kinds of.Jewelry. This sale to continue until all lots are sold. Holders of our tickets please take notice. STEIN FM BROS., Pawnbrokers. WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO., Auctioneers. no30-6t CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE VACANT LOT, SITUATE ON SOUTH SIDE OF MASSACHU SETTS AVENUE BETWEEN 9T11 AND 10T11 STREETS N<>RTHEAST. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, passed in equity caus<? No. 20.265, the undersigned trustees will sell, by public auction, in front of the premises, on THURSDAY, THE TENTH D.<Y OF DECEMBER. 1103, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following real estate situate in the city of Washington, in said District, viz: Original lot eight (8), in square nine hundred and forty-one (941), having a front of fifty-nine feet four inches (50 feet 4 inches), by an average depth of about ninety (90) feet, and containing 5,417 square feet, more or less. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase price in cash; balance in two equal installments at one and two years, bearing iV/c Interest from the day of sale, to be secured by deed c.f trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. Terms to be complied with in fifteen days from day of sale: otherwise the trustees re seive the right to resell at cost and risk of de faulting purchaser after five days' notice of such resale in The Evening Star newspaper. Deposit of $2(!<J required at time of sale. HENRY E. DAVIS Trustee. Office: Jenifer building. 7th and D sts. GEORGE FRANCIS WILLIAMS, Trustee. Office: Baltic building, <500 F st. JAMES AV. RATCLIFFE, Auct. no28-d?ds WILL SUE SENATOR CLARK. Meets Blackmail Charge With Action for $500,000 Damages. A special to the New York Journal last night says: Another sensational development in 0011 ne'etirih with the Culver divorce suit is ex pected in a day or two, when Mrs. Solon J Viasto, as she declares, will enter suit against Senator W. A. Clark. Mrs. Kverett Mallory Culver s father, to rei over damages, for alleged slanderous statements made about her. Mrs. Viasto last night for the first time answered Senator Clark's assertion that .she was attempting tp blackmail him. when she brought suit against his daughter for damagfs for alienation of her hus bund's affections. "1 have ample proofs to substantiate my charges," she siid. "and I am determined to proceed with the cise. My attorneys have requested that it be put on the pre ferred list, and as Senator Clark says he is anxious to have it brought to trial soon there is no reason why it shouldn't be I have undergone the must painful humili ation in bringing this suit, and I will carry it through. "For any one to insiuate that I would agree to a settlement in this case puts me in a low class, and I shall take action against Senator Clark for his cruel and un warranted attacks on me. I am acting solely upon my own initiative. I shall not be satisfied until I have proved my charges before a jury." 6 Panama Patriotic Pride. A dispatch from San Francisco last night says: The steamer City of Para, which arrived here today, was the first vessel to leave the Pacific side of the isthmus after the revolution. Among her way passengers was Gen. Carraosi, Panama s nrst minister to <-Osta Rica, who was landed at Punta Are nas. All the City of Para's officers speak of the great enthtfsiasm at Panama for the new republic. They say that even the boys in the streets, when asked, "Are you a Co lombian?" responded, "No; I'm a Panama American." From all that could be learned there is absolutely no sentiment against the move ment for independence at Panama. CONGRESSMEN IN TOWN Senator*. rRYE, Wit. P., rrea. pro tem.t Me.-.The Hamilton ALDRICH. NELSON W., R I -The Arlington ALGER, RUSSELL A.. Mich 1401 10tb st. ALLEE, J. FRANK. Del , .The Farragut ALLISON. W. B.. Iowa " ......The Arlington AN KENT, LEVI, Waab.. t.Tbe Arlington BACON, 4. o., Oi.. ...1757 Oregon ave. BAILEY, JOSEPH W..'Texas '.....1903 N at. BALL, L. HE1SLER, Del Tbe Portland BARD, T1IOS. R., Oal .....Tbe Normamlle BATE. WM. B.. Tenn............v The Ehliltt BERRY. JAS. H., Ark. .'.'.'.".'.... .The Metropolitan BEVER1DGE, ALBERT j ' Ind Tlie I'ortland BLACKBURN, JOS. C. S " Ky "02 18tb at. BURROWS, JULIUS C.. Mich WW Mass. ave. BURNHAM. HENRY E N H Tl*e Dewey BURTON, JOS. R? Kan's 1013 13th at. CARMACK, EDWARD W Tenn Tbe Ebliltt CLAPP, MOSES E., Minn.'. The Cairo CLARK, C. D., Wyo ..1842 Cincinnati at. CLARKE, JAS. P., Ark..." The Dewey CLARK, WILLIAM A., Mont 1915 M?"' CI.AY, ALEXANDER 1., Tlie K1S6? fOCKRELL. FRANCIS 11.. Mo 1318 R at. CULBERSON, CHAS^-A., Te* The Normandle CtLLOV, SIlKIJiY M., Ill 1413 Mass. ave. DANIEL, JOHN W., Va 133? L DIETRICH, CHARLES H., Neb The Cairo DEPKW, C1IAUNCEY M., N. Y 1*511 " Bt DILLINGHAM, WM. P.. Vt The Cochran DOLL1VER, JONA. P. lowai! 1415 ave. DRYDEN, JNO. F., N.' J...? Tbe Arlington DUBOIS, FRED T., Idaho 2010 R at. EI,KINS STEPHEN B., W. V? 1??> K St. FAIRBANKS, CHAS. W., Ind 1800 Moss. live. FGKAKER, JOSEPH B., Ohio 1500 lOtli at. FOSTER, ADDISON G., Wash The Raleigh FOSTER, MURPHY J , La The Cochran FULTON, CHARLES W.. Oieg TUe lllghlauda GAI LINGER. JACOB H., N. H Tlie Gordon GAMBLE, ROBT. J., So- Dak The Normandle GIBSON, PARIS, Mont .....Tlie Cochran GORMAN, ARTHUR P Md Tbe Shoreliam HALE, EUGENE, Me..'... '. 1001 lOtli at. HANNA, MARCUS A. Chlo The Arlington HANSBROUGH, HENBY C N. Dnk 1755 VJ at. HAWLEY. JOSEPH It., Conn I"1" N st HEYBURN, WELDON B., Idaho. Tlie Normandle HOAR, GEORGE F., Musa 1U05 Conn. ave. HOPKINS, ALBERT J., Ill Tlie New Wlllard KEAN, JOHN. N. J 1700 1 at. n.w. KEARNS, TIIOS., Utah The Raleigh KITTREDGE, A. B? So. Dak The Shorebam LATIMER, ASBURY C.. S. C The Cochran LODGE, HENRY CABOT, Mass 1705 Maaa. ave. LONG, CHESTER I., Knns 1453 Masa. ave. McCOMAS. LOUIS E.. Md 1028 K st. McCIlEARY. JAMES B.. Ky The New Wlllanl McCUMBER, PORTER J.. N. Dak 1534 22d at. McENERY, SAM'L I>.. Miss The Metropolitan McLAI'RIN, A. J.. Miss 242 North Capitol at. ?MARTIN, THOMAS S., Va The Gordon SfAllORY, STEPHEN R. Fla 1227 15tb st. MILLARD. JOSEPH II., Neb The New Wlllard MITCHELL, JOHN II., Oregon Tbe Highlands MONEY, H. D., Miss The Metropolitan MORGAN. JOHN T., Ala 315 Marshall plaee NELSON, KNUTE, Minn 049 Eaat Cap. at. NEWLANDS. FRANCIS G., Nev Woodley lane OVERMAN. LEE S.. N. C x Tlie Dewey PATTERSON, THOS. M., Col The Shoreliam PENROSE, BOISE, Pa The New Wlllard PERKINS, GEO. C.. Cal The New Wlllard PETTUS, EDMUND W.. Ala 34 B st. n.e. PLATT. ORV1LLE II.. Conn The Arlington I'LATT. THOMAS C., N. Y Tbe Arlington PROCTOR, KEDFIELD, Vt 1535 L yi'ARLES, JOS. V., Wis The Normandle QUAY. MATTHEW S.. Pa 1012 K st. SCOTT. NATHAN B.. W. Va The New Wlllard SIMMONS. FURNIFOLD McM., N. C....The Rlgga SMOOT, REED. Utah *. The Raleigh SPOONER. JOHN C., Wis 1800 F st. STONE. WILLIAM J.. Mo 205 N. J. ave. n.w. TALIAFERRO, JAMES I'., Fla 1754 Mans. ave. TELLER. HENRY M., Colo The Rlggs WARRKN. FRANCIS E.. Wyo The New Wlllard WETJIORE. GEORGE P.. R. 1 1600 K st. Officers of the Senate. CHARLES G. BENNETT, Secy The Arlington DAN'L M. RANSDELL. Sergt.-at-Arms.. 130 B n.e. Representatives. CANNON, JOSEPn G., Ill, Speaker.. 1014 Vt. are. ACHESON. ERNEST F., Pa 217 North Capitol ADAMS, H. C., Wis 11 B st. n.w. ADAMS, R JR.. Pa 1"08 H St. ADAMSON. WILLIAM C., Ga Varnum I AIKEN, WYATT. S. C 208 1st St. n.e. ALEXANDER. O. S.. N. Y Normandle ALLEN. AMOS L.. Me The Roland AMES. BUTLER Mass 1701 22d BABCOCK, JOSEPH W., Wis 1 B st. n.w. BADGER. DE WITT C.. Ohio Tbe Cochran BAKER. ROBERT. N. Y 1333 21st BANKHEAD. J. U., Ala The Rlggs BARTHOLDT. RICHARD, Mo Congiesslooal ItARTLETT. CHARLES L.. Ga Rlggs BASSETT. EDWARD M., N. Y Tbe Normandle BATES. ARTHUR L., Pa New Wlllard BF.ALL. JACK, Tex 1402 lO'b St. Br.I?E, J. ADAM, Minn 141H Q st. BEIDLER. J. A.. Ohio The Shorebam BULL. THEODORE A.. Cal -....The Driscoli BENNY. ALLEN. N. J The Fredonja BFNTON. MAECENAS K.. Mo 1731 Q ?t. BINGHAM. HENRY II., Pa The Farragut R1RDSALL. BENJAMIN P., Iowa 223 2d s.e. BISHOP, R. P., Mich - 127 Otli st. s.e. BOUTELL, HENRY S.. III..i The Highlands BOWERS, EATON J., Miss.. Barton's BOWER SOCK, JUSTIN D., Kan The Hamilton BOWIE. SYDNEY J., Ala. .. j. .1010 Vermont ave. BRADLEY, T. W., N. Y. The Arlington BRANDEGEE. FRANK B., Cunn Tlie Cochran BRANTLEY. WILLIAM G.. G? Tbe Rlggs DREAZEAIJ3, PHANOR. La.! The Rlggs BRICK. ABRAHAM L., Iud.j The Normandle BP.OOKS. FRANKLIN E.. Colv 2018 It ?t. n.w. BllOUSSARD. ROBT. F.. La The Itlggs BROWN, JAMES W , Pa New Wlllard BROWN. WEBSTER E., Wis* Tlie Hamilton BROWNLOW, tV. P.. Teiin. .a.. .1018 East Capitol BRUNPIDGE, S., Ark The Metropolitan BUCK MAN, C. B., Minn Tbe National BURGESS. GEORGE F.; Tex 1311 K st. BURK. HENRY. Pa Jenifer Bldg. BURKE, CHARLES H.. S. D The Dewey BURKE/IT, ELMER J.. NVb 1829 Kaioramn BURLEIGH, EDWIN C.. Me 920 15th at. BURLESON. ALBERT S? Tex The Cairo BURNETT. JOHN L-. Ala 1333 L Bt. BURTON, THEODORE E.. Ohio 732 17th St. BUTLER. JAMES J., Mo 1421 F at. n.w. BUTLER. T. S., Pa 1723 H at. BYRD, ADAM, Mass The Metropolitan CAI.DERHEAD. WM. A., Kan..The Congress!* nal CALDWELL, BEN F._. Ill Tbe Ebbltt CAMPBELL, P. P., Kan The Cumberland CANDLER. EZEKIEL S., JR., Miss...The Varnuui CAPRON, ADIN B., It. I ....The Cochran CASSKL, II. BUBI). Pa The Shoreliam < ASSINGHAM. J. W., Ohio The Driscoli CLARK. CHAMP. Mo 1501 11th St. CLAYTON, HENRY I)., Ala lXtt It at. COCHRAN. C. F? Mo The National CONNER, JAMES P.. Iowa The Hamilton COOPER. A. F.. Pa ? The Portlan 1 COOPER. H. A., Wis The Farragut COOPER, SAM It.. Tex The Metropolitan COUSINS. ROBERT G., Iowa The New Wlllard COWHERD. WILLIAM S., Mo The Highlands CROFT. GEO. W., S. C 2 0th n e. CROMER. GEORGE W., Ind The Dewey CROWLEY. JOSEPH B., Ill The Driscoli CltUMPACKER, EDGAR D., Ind The Dewey CURRIER. FRANK I>.. N. II The Dewey CURTIS. CHARLES. Kan 2012 It sr. CUSHMAN, FRANCIS W., Wash H22 M at DALZEI.L, JOHN. Pa 1005 N. II. ave. DANIELS. MILTON J.. Cal 1204 I' st. n.w. DARK AG 11. ARCHIBALD B., M'ch. .Tbe Hamilton DAVKY, ROBERT C? La The Rlggs DAVIDSON. J 11.. Wis The Dewey DAVIS. CHARLES It., Minn DAVIS. ROBERT W., Fla The Oxford DAYTON, ALSTON G., W. Va...Tbe Marlborough DB ARMOND, D. A.. Mo The Varuum DhEMEIt. ELI AS, Pa 030 letb st. DICK. CHARLES. Ohio To<? 14tli St. DICKERMAN. CHARLES II.. Pa...The Shoreliam DINSMORB. II. A.. Ark 1S14 K at DIXON. JOSEPH M?. Mont 1311 K st. n w DOUGHERTY, JOHN. Mo The Ebbltt DOUGLAS, W. II., N. Y The Arlington DOVKNElt, BLACKBURN B., W. Va...The Rlggs DRAPER. WILLIAM H . N. Y The Cochran DRESSER. SOLOMON It.. Pa The New Wlllard I>RISC*>LL, MICHAEL E., N. Y The Cairo DUN WELL. CHARLES T.. N. Y...The Normandle DWNillT, JOHN W.. N. Y 1701 R I aVe EMERICH. MARTIN. Ill The Cairo ESCH, J. J., Wis I Kt EVANS, ALVIN, Pa Tlie Dewey FIELD. SCOTT. Tex The Cochran FINLEY. DAVID E.. S. C The National FITZGERALD. JOHN J. N. Y...1,(24 Mass are FITZPATRICK. M. C., Tenn f gt[ I I..1 ' K, \\ M. H.. N. Y The Normandle FLOOD. 11. D? Va The New Wlllard FORDNEY. J. W.. Mich Ue;ve_ FOSS. GEORGE EDMUND, 111 Tho Orafton FOSTER, DAVID J. Vt The Cumberland FOSTER, GEO. P., Til The Portland FOWLER. CHARLES N., V J Corcoran BIdg FRENCH, BURTON L.. Idaho 122fi i5(h Bt. FI LLER, CHAS. E., Ill The Rlggs GAINES, JOHN W? Tenn G st GAINES. JOSEPH II.. W. Va ralro GARBER. H. C.. Ohio The Highlands GARDNER, AUGUSTUS I'., Mass The Albany GARDNER. JOHN J., N. J Tlie Dewey GARDNER. WASHINGTON, Mich..1303 Clifton st GARNER, JOHN X., Tex K gt. GIBSON, HENRY It.. Teun The Portland GILBERT. GEO. C.. Ky The National GILLESPIE. OSCAR W., Tex 30)1 17th st. GILLET. CHARLES W., N. Y'. The Hamilton UlLLET. FREDERICK II.. Mass H28 K st. GILLETTE-, J. N., Cal The Portland GLASS. CARTER, Va The Normandle GOEBEL, HERMAN P., Ohio. The Highlands GCLDFOGLE, II. M., N. Y Tlie Ralelgb GOOCH, LI. LINN, Ky ...The Shoreham GRAFF, JOSEPH V.. Ill The Dewey GRANGER, DANIEL U D? R. 1 1342 13th at. Git BENE. W. S-, Mass, 810 Conn. ave. GREGG. A. W., Tex Tbe Metropolitan GRIFFITH, FRANCIS M? Ind... The Varnum GRIGGS, JAMES M., Ga........The Metropolitan GROSVENOR. CIIARLF^ H.. Ohio The Dewey GUDGER, JAMES M.. Jr.. N. C Tbe Rlgga HAMILTON, EDWARD U. Micb 1012 13th at. HA>nJN, COURTNEY W? Mo Tii* Drlseoll ?ABDWICK, THOMAS W? Ga. .Tbe New Wlllard HARRISON, B. T., S. T 1#tb HASKINS, KITTREDGB, Vt 1728 De Sales ?t. HAUGEN, GILBERT N., lowm The Normandie HAY, JAMES, 1328 L 8t HEARST, W. R.. N. I The New Wlllard HEDGE, THOMAS, Iowa The Portland HEMEXWAY. JAMES A., Ind The Portland HENRY, E. STEVENS, Conn 1421 K ?t. HENRY, ROBERT L., Tex The Rlgga HEFBURN, WILLIAM P., Iowa 1124 E Cap. HERMANN, BINGER, Ore 1741 8 at. HILDEBRANT, C. Q., Ohio The Sherman HILL, EBENF.ZER J.. Conn The Cochran UINSHAW, EDMUND H? Neb The Drlaeoll HITCHCOCK. G. M.. Neb The Highlands HITT, ROBERT R., Ill 1507 K at. HOU,IDAY, ELI AS S? Ind The Ebbltt HOPKINS, FRANK A.. Ky The Rlgg* HOUSTON H. A., Del The Oxford HOWARD, WILLIAM M.. Ga The Bancroft HOWELL. BENJAMIN F? N. J The Cochran HOWELL. GEORGE, Pa The Hamilton HOWELL, JOSEPH, Utah 245 Del. are. n.e. HUFF. GEORGE F., Pa 1815 16,h rt' HUGHES, WM., N. J 122 c HUGHES. JAMES A.. W. Va The Rlgga HULL. JOHN A. T.. Iowa "20 21st st. HUMPHREY, WM. E.. Waah...l237 10th at. n.w. HUNT. J .T.. Tex 17 B at. n.w. JACKSON. AMOS H.. Ohio The Ebbltt JACKSON, W. H.. The Arlington JAMES." OLLIE, Ky The Rlgga JENKINS, JOHN J? Wla The Hamilton JOHNSON, JOSEPH T., S. C... .214 North Capitol JONES, WESLEY L., Wash 82 B n.e. JONES. WILLIAM A.. 1709 Q n.w. KEHOE, JAMES N., Ky 1410 20th at. KELIHKR. J. A.. Mans .C...The Shoreham KENNEDY, JAMES, Ohio The Portland KETCHAM, JOHN H.. N. Y The Westminster K1NKAID, M. P., Neb The Dewey KITCHIN. CLAUDE. N. C The National KlTCHIN, WILLIAM W-, N. C. The National KLINE, MARCUS L. C., Pa The Rlggs KLUTTZ, THEODORE F., N. C The National KNAPP, C. L., N. Y The Normandie KNOPF, PHILIP, The Dewey KYIE, T. B., Olilo The Hamilton LACEY, JOHN F., Iowa The Rlgg? LAFEAN, DANIEL F.. Pa The Shoreham LAMAR, ROBERT, Mo The Drlacoll LAMAR, W. B., Fla 1733 17th at. LAMB, JOHN, V? The National LANDIS, CHAR! ES B., Ind The Highlands LANDIS, FREDERICK, Md The Highlands LANNLNG, WILLIAM M., N. J The Cochran LAWRENCE GEORGE P., Mass The Cochran LEGARE, G. S.. S. C 1302 Yale at. LESTER, HUFUS E, Pa The Cairo LEVER, A. F., S. C 230 1,1 ,n e LEWIS, ELIJAH B., Ga The Metropolitan LILLEY, GEORGE L., Conn The Arlington IJND, JOHN, M'nn T*"' Ca,ro L1TTAUER, LUCIUS N., N. Y The Albany LITTLE, JOHN S., Ark 001 N. C. ave. s.e. UTTLEFIELD, CHAS E., Me The Hamilton LIVERNASII, EDMUND J., Cal...The Hawthorne LIVINGSTON, LEONIDAS F., Ga 1765 Madison LLOYD. JAMES T., Mo H*11 }JjtJ> LONG WORTH, NICHOLAS, Ohio Ml 18th st. I.ORIMER, WILLIAM, 111 The Raleigh LOUD. GEORGE A., Mich The Dewey I/>UDE.\SLAI!GER, HENRY C., N. J. .The Dewey LOVER1NG, W. C.. Mass The Arlington LUCKING. ALFRED. Mtrh The Colonial McANDREWS, JAMES, 111 Tlie Highlands McC \LL SAMUEL W.. Mass The Shoreham MCCARTHY. JOHN J., Neb....1336 Vermont are. McCLKARY. J. '1'.. Minn The National McCLELLAN. GEORGE B? N. Y...The Sbor ham McCREARY. GEO. D., Pa Bliss bldg. McDERMOTT, AIXAN L., N. J I**'' " 8t McLACHLlN. JAMES, Kla 1428 Q at. McLAIN. FRANK A., Miss Ttfo \arfiiim McMORRAN, H. M.. Mich ,7 V.^." 7 McNARY, W. S., Mass 14nB lilnney at. MACON, R. B., Ark The Varnum M \DDOX JOHN W.. Ga The Metropolitan MAHON. THADDEUS M., Pa.... The Oxford MAHONEY. WILLIAM F? 111... .The Highlands MANN. JAMFS R., Ill 8t", MARSH BENJAMIN F., Ill The New Wlllard MARSHALL. THOMAS F.. N. Dak...Tlit Cochran MAItTIN. EBEN W., S. Dak 1407 15th St. MAYNARD, HARRY L., Va The Normandie METCALF VICTOR H., Cal The Arlington MEYER, ADOLPH. I-a 1700 Q St. MIERS, R. W., Ind The Rlgga MILLER. JAMES M., Kan 3213 13tti at. MINOR, EDWARD S.. Wis 40 I) St. s.e. MONDELL, FRANK W.. Wyo 1312 21st St. MOON J. A.. Tenn 421 6th st. n.w. MOON. R. O., Pa The Raleigh MORGAN. STEPHEN. Ohlo.2o6 Delaware ave. n.e. MORRELL. EDWARD. Pa 1701 K st. MUDD, SYDNEY E., Sid The Arlington MURDOCH, VICTOR. Knn Bliss bJildlug NEEDHAM JAMBS C., Cal 107 Md. ave. n.e. NORRIS, GEORGE W. Neb The Driscoll OLMSTED, MARLIN E., Pa The Arlington OTIS -N. P., N. Y The Portland OTJEN. THEOBOLD, Wis 1762 Corcoran st. OVERSTREET, JESSE. Ind The Portland PADGETT. LEMUEL P. Tenn The Varnnm PAGE, ROBERT N? N. C The Riggs P\LMER, H. W.. Pa The Arlington PARKER. R. WAYNE N. J 1723 R. 1. ave. PATTERSON, G. R., l'a 1745 Q st. PATTERSON. G. B.. N. C The Metropolitan PATTERSON, MALCOLM R., Tenn......The Rlggs PAYNE. SF.RENO E.. N. Y The Normandie PEARRE, GEO. A.. Md The Marlborough PERKINS. JAMES B . N. Y The Normandie PIERCE, RICE A.. Tenn The Ebliltt PORTER. II. KIRKE. Pa 21 Lafayette sc.. POU. EDWARD W , N. C The Rigss POWERS. LLEWELLYN, Me The New Wlllard POWERS, S. L.. Mass The Arlington PRINCE. GEORGE W? 111 1473 Park at. PUJO, ARSENE P., La The Corcoran RAINEY, H. T., Ill The Driscoll RANDELL. C. B.. Tex The National RAINEY. H. T., Ill The National REEDER, W. A., Kan 18 3d st. s.e. REID. C. C.. Ark The Metropolitan RHEA, J. S., Ky 1408 14th St. RICHARDSON. JAMES D., Tenn 1103 6ili n.w. RICHARDSON. WILLIAM, Ala The IUggs RIXEY. JOHN F., Va 1700 IBih RORR. EDWARD. Mo The Varnum ROBERTS, E. W. Mass 1710 Oregon ave. ROBERTSON, S. M.. La The Rlggs ROBINSON, JAMES M.. Ind The Rlgga ROBINSON. JOE T, Ark The Ehbit. RODENBERG, WM. A.. 111......The Congressional RUCKER. WM. W.. Mo 2148 Pa. ave RUPPERT. JACOB. JR . N. Y The New Wlllnrd RUSSELL. GORDON. Tex The Fredonla RYAN, W. H., N. Y The Portland SCARRORO. R. B.. S. C The Metropolitan SHACKLKFORD, D W.. Mo The National SCUDDER, TOWNSEND, N. Y The Illghlanda SCOTT CHARTS F., Kails The Westorer SlIAFROTH, J. F.. Colo The Cairo SHEPPARD, MORRIS, Tex The St. I^nls SIIFRMAN, J- S.. N. Y The Normandie SHERLEY, JOS. SWAGER. Ky..The New Wlllard SII1RAS. GEORGE. 3d, Pa The Arlington SHULL J. H.. Pa The Hamilton SIBLEY. JOSEPH C., Pa 1321 K st. SIMS. THETUS W? Tenn The Varnum SK1LES. WM. W., Ohio The Shoreham SI \YDEN. JAMES L.. Tex Th< Metropolitan S1EMP, CAMPBELL, Va The Ebbltt SMALL JOHN II., N. C The Rlggs SMITH DAVID 11.. Ky The Rlggs SMITH GEORGE W. Ill 1313 Col. road SMITH. SAMUEL W-, Mich 1012 13th St. SMITH WALTER I.. Iowa The Hamilton SMITH. WM. AIJ>EN. Mich 1753 Q at. SMITH, W. O.. Pa 208 Del. ave. n.e. SMITH WM. 11.. Tex The Cairo SN XPP*. HOWARD M.. .11 The Rl^gs SNOOK. JOHN S. Ohio 810 n st. n.w. SOLTHALL, R. G.. Va 1715 II st. SOUTHARD. JAMES H., Ohio The Hamilton SOUTHWICK, GEO. N.. N. Y ...The Normandie SPALDING, B F., N. Dak. ...821 N. C. ave s.e. SPARKMAN, STF.P'N M.. Fla...The Metropolitan SPERIIY. NEHBMIAII D., C-onn..The Buckingham SPIGHT. THOMAS; Miss The Varnum STAFFORD, WM. II., Wis The Dewey STANLEY. A. O.. Ky The Rlggs STEENERSON. HALVOR, Minn The Elsmere STEPHENS, JOHN H., Tex The Fredonla STERLING. JOHN A., Ill The Cairo STEVENS, FRED C.. Minn Postal Tel. bldg. SULLIVAN, JOHN A., Mass 1306 Q st. n.w. SULLIVAN. T. D., N. Y The Regent SI" 1,1 A)WAY. CYRI'S A., N. n.234 N. J. ave. n.w. SULZF.R. WM.. N. Y 131 I! s!. s.e. SWAN'SON, CLAUDE A., Va 1710 16th St. TATE. F C. Ga The National TAWNEY. JAMES A., Minn The Riggs TAYLER. G. W., Ala 1013 P St. n.w. Til \YFR -1 R-. Mass The Normandie THOMAS. CHARLES R., N. C.... The Rlggs THOMAS. LOT, Iowa The Rlggs THOMPSON. C. W . Ala The Metropolitan T1RRF.LL. CHARLES Q.. Mass The Normandie TOWNSEND. CHARLES E., Mich The Cocb:an TRIMBLE. SOUTH. Ky The ltiggs UNDERWOOD, OSCAR W.. Ala The Cochran V\NDIVER. WILLARD I>.. Mo 1400 21st St. VAN lH ZER. CLARENCE D.. Nev 1757 O st. VAN VOOltHIS, HENRY C.. Ohio The Deney VOIvSTEAD, ANDREW J.. Minn..1206 E. Capitol V HEELAND. E. B.. N. Y The Dewey WADE, M. J., Iowa The Hamilton WALLACE, MINOR. Ark The Metropolitan WANGER. IRVING P.. Pa 1217 Vt. ave. WARNER, VESPASIAN. Ill The Cairo WARNOCK, W. R-. Ohio The Cochran WATSON, JAMES E., Ind The Portland WEBB, EDWIN Y.. N. C The Rlggs WE RMS, C. L.. Ohio The Riggi WEISSE, C. II., Wis The Dewey WILEY, WILLIAM H., N. J The Highland! WILEY, A. A ? Ala The Metropolitan WILLIAMS, JAMES R., 111....211 EaRt Capitol at. WILLIAMS, JOHN' S., Mlsa The Metropolitan WILLIAMSON, JOHN N., Ore The P iland WILSON, F. E., N. Y 60S 14th at. WILSON, WILLIAM W-, III The Dewey WOODYARD. HARRY C.. W. Va....242t! 14lh St. WRIGHT. CnAS. F.. Pa The New Willard WYNN, WM. J., Cal 40 K St. n.w YOL'NG, II. O., Mich The Hamilton ZENOR. WILLIAM T., Ind 1 The Rlgga Delegates. DEGETAU, FEDERICO, Porto Rico. ...1761 P St. K ALAN IAN AOLE, J. K., Hawaii 1522 K St. Met; CI It E, B. S. OHa .' The Dewey BODEY, BERNARD S.. N. Mex The Riggs WILSON, JAMES F., Aria The EfcbiU Officers of the House. ALEXANDER MCDOWELL. Clerk The Dewey FRANK B. LYONS, Doorkeeper The Rlggs HENRY CASSON, Sergeant-at-Arma. .11 B st. n.w. JOSEPH C. McELROY, Postmaster. .214 A at. a.e. i BBV. B. N. COCDEN, Chaplain. .10# Md. are. M. ON THE EIVEE FRONT CHRISTMAS TRADE ON RIVER NOW BEGINNING. Winter Schedule of Steamboat Line? Steamer Jackson to Be Overhauled ?Personal and General. The Christmas trade -with residents of the counties in Maryland and Virginia, along the lower Potomac, has Ijegun. Al ready the shipments from the merchants here to points on the lower river are quite heavy. From this time until about the 13th of this month the shipments will con tinue to grow heavier, ind from about that time" the heavy freights will come from down the river this way. Hundreds of pounds of cake, candy, nuts and groceries and many boxes of toys will be handled by the steamboat companies in the next ten days. A day or two before Chrlstma^ they will be flooded with small boxes and pack ages containing Christmas remembrances for friends and relatives here and down the country. Business was quite brisk at the fish wharf in the early hours of the morning, though the supply v.as rather light, and consisted mainly of flsh from North Caro lira. Prices show some changes from these of last week, and are as follows: For small trout, 5 cents per pound; large trcut, 7 cents per pound; medium trout, t> cents per pound; Spanish mackerel, 11! cents per pound; pan rock. 12 cents per pound; medium rock, 18 cents per pound; boiling rock, 20 cents per pound; blueflsh and tailors, 7 to 8 cents per pound; Po tomac bass. 10 to 11 cents per pound; North Carolina black bass, 7 to 8 cents per pound; salmon trout, 7 to 8 cents per pourrd; white perch, large, 12 to 18 cents per pound; whitg perch, small, 30 to 35 cents per bunch; cattish, large, 25 to .'SO cents per bunch; catfish, small, 15 cents per bunch; yellow perch, small, 15 to 35 cents per bur.ch; mullets, 20 to 25 cents j?er bunch; carp, 15 to 25 cents each; eels, 5 cents each; jumping mullets, 2% to 3 cents per pound. The demand for oysters in the shell at the wharf market was fair this morning, end the stock on hand was ample to meet the demand. ? Prices ranged from 70c. to $1.25 per bushel according io size of oyster wanted. The supply of ducks was larger than it has been for several dajs, and canvas backs sold at $3 to $3.50 per pair, redheads }2 per pair, mallards $1 to $1.25 per pair, shufflers, 00c. per pair, and butter balls. 50c. per pair. Commencing about January 1. the steam boat companies doing business on the river will considerably curtail their service by withdrawing several of the steamers. One steamer of the Weems line and the steamer Harry Randall of the Randall line will be kept upon their routes as long as the river remains open. The small business of the winter months and the high prices of coal and other steamboat supplies make this change in the service necessary. Along the Wharves. The steam barge Danl. K. Jackson is ex pected to arrive in port today, and will at once be hauled out on a marine railway to have her hull calked and painted and to be made ready for winter service on the river. The Jackson will run between this city and Aquia creek and Occoquan bay during the winter. Light ship No. 71, reported disabled in Chesapeake bay, has been towed into Bal timore by the tender Maple and will go Into a dry dock for repaltf. Capt. E. S. Randall left yesterday for Kentucky to inspect some property in which he and others in this city are inter ested. Mr. Robert Brown, chief engineer of the tug Wm. H. Yerkes, Jr., has resigned to accept the Charge of the engine room of the sea-going tug Savage, belonging to the Consolidation Coal Company. Mate George Cook has been made master of the steamer Kent, on the Glymont route. Mr. George Baker succeeds Mr. Cook as mate. Hunters returning from the Montross neighborhood, in the northern neck of Vir ginia, report the presence of several white partridges in flocks of the birds in differ ent parts of the county. 'White partridges are but seldom seen by hunters. The ram-schooner J. Dallls Marvel, laden with lumber and shingles from Elizabeth City, N. C., came into port this morning. The schooner C. H. Dalger has arrived with a cargo of lumber from the lower Po tomac. The Isaac Solomon and Clara Cowart ar rived here yesterday afternoon with cord wood aboard. The steam barge Lily and Howard, which came into port last night, brought up a raft of several hundred piles for the sewer construction work on the Eastern branch. The cold weather makes it very difficult for the sand and gravel-digging machines to operate, owing to the freezing of the separators. It is understood the machines wHl be obliged to "cut out." unless warmer weather comes. CALLS CLEVELAND A JUDAS. Senator Opie Accuses Him of Wrecking Democratic Party. A special to the New York Tribune last night from Richmond. Va.. says: A denunciation of ex-President Grover Cleveland as a political Judas Iscariot by Senator Ople of Augusta created a sensa tion today in the general assembly. Sen ator Opie, who was a confederate soldier, was advocating an amendment to the gen eral primary election law. which he thought would heal democratic dissensions in this state. In this connection lie declared that the national democracy had been dismem bered and torn into factions "by that po litical Judas Iscariot, Grover Cleveland." An Ornithological Woman. A special to the Philadelphia Ledger from Louisville, Ky., says: Mrs. Elizabeth Martin started early in life to feather her nest well, and has always had her eye on the main- chance. She be gan life as Elizabeth Bird of Harrison county, near Paris, Ky. Her first venture outside of the home nest was when she married Bud Martin. When Mr. Martin died she married Edward Crow, a farmer. When the time came to-change nests she allied herself with William Rob bin, and lived happy until the matrimonial season for Mrs. Robbin again rolled around. Then David Buzzard, a widower, more attractive personally and socially than his name would indicate, appeared, and today Mrs. Robbin becime Mrs. Buzzard. Into the Buzzard roost Mrs. Buzzard carried one little Martin, two little Crows and one little Robbin. One little Buzzard was al ready there to welcome the other birds. Too Serious. From the Philadelphia Pr..'ss. Miss Ascum?"So you're not engaged to him any more?" Miss Gidday?"Oh, no. I just had to break it off." . Miss Ascum?"Why, what was the mat ter?" Miss Gidday?"The simpleton got too sen timental. He was beginning to talk to me about marriage." RAILROAD S. Schedule Effect lye November 10, 1003. Trains leave. Pennsylvania Station. 2:30 P.M. Daily?CHICAGO AND ST. LOI.'IS SPE CUL. Solid vestibule, electric-lighted Dining Car train to Cincinnati. Reaches Cincinnati 8:00 a.m.. Louisville 11:00 a.m., St. Louis 0:43 p.m., Chicago B'-*!0 p.m. Puilmun Sleepers to Louisville. Cincinnati, Indianapolis nod St. Louis. Arrives Virginia Hot Springs 10:20 p.m. central time, l'arior Car? Cincinnati to Chi cago. Isinlng Car from Washington; meals a la carte. 11:10 P.M. Rally?F. F. V. LIMITED. Solid ves tibule, electric-lighted Dining Car train to Cin cinnati. Pullman Sleepers to Cincinnati, Lex ington and Louisville, without ehange. Com partment Sleeper to Virginia Hot Springs dally except Sunday. Observation Oar Hlnton to Cin cinnati. Sleepers Cincinnati to Chicago and St. Louis. Dining Car serving meals a la carte. Reservation and tickets at Chesapeake and Ohio office, 613 Pennsylvania avenne; 60S) Fourteenth street, near F, and at the station. Telephone call 1040 for Pennsylvania U. B. Cab Service. H. W. KI LLER, Telephone Main 1006. General Passenger Agent RAILROADS. STATION CORNER OK SIXTH AND It STREETS. 7:50 A.M. daily. PITT8IU RQ EXPRESS AND FAST MAIL.?Parlor sod Dining Oars Ilarrlsbnrf 10 Pittsburg. Connects for Chicago, Indtnnapollf And Louisville. Buffet Broiler Parlor Car t# Harris burg. 10:60 A M dally. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.-* Pullman Sleeping, Dining. Smoking and (Mmerra. don Cars from Harrlsburg. For Cblcago. Clero* land, Toledo sud Detroit. Buffet Parlor Csr t# Harrlsburg. 10:60 A.M. dally. ST. LOUIS LIMITED.- Sleep. Ing. Dining, Smoking and Observation car* Hap. rlsburg to Cincinnati. Indianapolis and St. Ixmig. Buffet Parl'r Car to Harrlsburg. 10:50 A.M. dally. FAST LINE.-Pullman Buffs* Parlor Oar to Harrlsburg. Buffet Parlor Car Harrlsburg to Pittsburg. 3:30 P.M. dally. CHICAGO AND ST. LOCIS EX. PRESS.?Sleeping and Dining Cars HarrUt'iirg to Cblcago, Indianapolis, St. Louis and Nanhvinv (via Cincinnati and Louisville). Parlor Car to Harrlsburg. 6:40 P.M. daily. CHICAGO LIMITED.-Slecplnft Smoking, Dining and Observation Csrs, Harris* burg to Cblcago, Toledo and Cleveland, l'arlog Car to Harrlsburg. 7:15 P.M. dally. ST. LOl'IS EXPRESS.?Pollmafl Sleeping Car Harrlsburg to St. Louis and Cincin nati 7:45 P.M. daily. WESTERN EXPRESS.-Pullman Sleeping Car to Pittsburg and Cblcago. I 'Ining Car to Chicago. 7:40 P.M. dally. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI EXPRESS.?Pullman Sleeping Cars Washington to Harrlsburg, and Harrlsburg to Cleveland aud Cincinnati. Dining Car. Connects for St. Ix>ut9. 10:40 P.M. daily. PACIFIC EXPRESS? rullmaO Sleeping Car to Pittsburg. Connects for Toledo. 7:50 A.M. daily. BUFFALO DAY EXPKESS, with through Broiler Buffet Parlor Car anil Coaches to Buffalo via Emporium Junction. 7:50 A.M. for Kane, Canandalgua, Rochester and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday. 10:50 A.M. for Elmlru and Renovo daily, except Sunday. For Wllllamsport dally, 8:30 P.M. 7:15 P.M. dally. BUFFALO NIGHT EXPRESS, with through Buffet Sleeping Oar and Coaches to Buffalo, via Emporium Junction. 7:45 P.M. dally for Erie; for Rochester. HuffalO and Niagara Falls daily, except Saturday, wltll Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester. 10:40 P.M. for Erie, Canandalgua, Rochester. Biifr falo and Niagara Falls daily. Pullman Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester Saturdays only. FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND T11Q EAST. 4:00 P.M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED, dally, ?All Pailor Cars, with Diuing Car from Haiti* more. Express, 7:00 (Dining Car), 8:10 (Dining Carl, V:O0, 10:00 (Dining Car), 10:30 and 11:00 (I)lnlng Car) A.M., 12:45, 3:15, 4:45 (Dining Car), 6:60, 10;00 P.M., 12:30 night. On Sundays 7:00 (Dining Car), 8:10 (Dining Car), 9:00, 10:30, 11:00 (Din* ing Car) A.M., 12:15. 3:15. 4:45 (Dining Car), 0:50 and 10:00 P.M., 12:30 night. I For Philadelphia only. Express, 7:45 A.St.. 12:15 P.M. week lays, 2:00, 4:10, 5:35 (Dining Car) and 5:40 P.M. dally; 7:00 A.M. Sundays. For Boston, without change, 7:45 A.M. week da vg and 5:35 P.M. daily. For Baltimore, 5:00, 0:15, 7:00, 7.45, 7:50. 8:10, 9:00 10:00, 10:30, 10:50, 11:00 A.M., 12;15, 12:45, 1:23, 2:00, 3:15, 3:30 (4:00 Limited!, 4:10, 4:20. 4:45, 4:48, 5:35, 5:40, 0:10, 6:50. 7:15, 7:45. 10:00, 10:40, 11:35 P.M., and 12:30 night week days. On Sundays. 7:<H), 7:50, 8:10, 9:00, 9:15, 10:30, 10:50, 11:00 A.M., 12:15, 1:15. 2:00, 3:15, 3:30 (4:00 Limited), 4:10, 4:20, 4:45. 5:35, 6:40, 6:10, 6:50, 7:16. 7:45, 10:00, 10:40 P.M., and 12:30 night. Fir Pope's t.revfc Line, 7.30 A.M. and 4:48 P.M. week day:. For Annapolis, 7:45 A.M., 12 15 and 3:40 P.M. week days, fundays, 9:00 A.M. and 5:40 P.M. Ticket offic-s, corner Fifteenth and G Streets, anJ at the station, Sixth and B Streets, where order# can be ieft for the checking of baggage to d -stlna tion from hotels and residences. Telephone call "1640" for Pennsylvania Railroad Cab Service W. W. ATTERBCRY. J. R- WOOD. General Manager. Pass'r Traffic Manage#. GEO. W. BOYD. General Passenger Agent. __ SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Schedule effective November 29. 1903. Trains leave from Pennsylvania Mat Ion. 7-30 a.m. Daily. Local for Harrisonburg. \\ai? ren'ton, Dainllle and way stations. 1(1:51 a.m. Daily. Washington and Florida Lim ited First-class coaches and draw ing room &lecpee to Jacksonville. Fla. Dining car service. 11 15 a.m. Dally. United Mates last Mail. First class coaches and drawing room sleeper to New Orleans. Dining car service. 4 01 p.m. Week Days. Local for Ilarrisouburg ami way stations on Manassas branch. i:40TS.tu. Daily. Local for Warrenton and < liar iottesi llc-n I)aiIy New york and Atlanta Ex press First-class coach, sleeper to Columbus via \tlantn. Sunset tourist, sleeper Washington to San Francisco Mondays, Wednesdays and 1 i iday*. Pullman buffet service. 9:50 p.m. Daily. Through sleepers and eoacheO Washington to Columbia. Augusta, Aiken, Savan nah and Jacksonville. Dining car service. 10-0(1 p.m. Daily. New York and Memphis Lim ited (via Lynchburg). First-class coach and ? cep lne tar to Roanoke, Knoxville, Chattanoojra ana Memphis; sleeper to New Orleans. Diuing cut T1V45 p.m. Dailv. Washington and Southwestern Limited. All Pullman train club and observ. tion cars to Atlanta and Macon: sleepers to Augusta, Nashville, Atlanta. Macon. Memphis, New Orleans. TRAINS ON BH KMONT BRANCH. Leave Washington 8:10 a.m.. 1:00 p.m., 4:30 p m.. 5:00 P.m. week days for Bluemont. 4..1& p.m. end 0:25 p.m. week days for L*C8lnirg only, Sunday trains for Bluemont, 9:10 a.m., I 11 Through trains for the South arrive Washington 6 42 11 111 , 6:52 a.m., 9:45 a.m., 10:35 a.m.. 3:30 ,1 m 9 30 p.m. and 9:50 p.m. dally. Local trains from Harrisonburg, 11:55 a.m. week days an I 9:10 p.m. dally. From Charlottesville, 8:2.? a.m. and 9:10 P.m. daily. Tickets, sleeping car reservations and detaijr-d In formation can he had at ticket offices. 7o5 l.'th street 511 Pennsylvania avenue and Pennsylvania Station. Baggage checked through from hotels and residences. ?l'honc 1040 P. R. R Cab Service C. II. A CHERT. General Manager. S. II. 1IARDWICK, General Pass'r Agent. L. S. BltOWN, General Agent. SEABOARD AIR LINE RY. LEAVE PE.NNA U R. STATION. For Peter.,burp, Itah'igh. Wilmington. 0">'ambl*, Savannah, Jacksonville, Tampa, Taliaba>s ??. At lanta Birmingham. Mobile Peusa.ols a ad Nevr Orleans. 10:40 A.M. Dally.?SEA BO ART) M AIL-'! iiroufli Pullman Sleepers to Jacksonville connecting at Hamlet with Pullman Sb?ep?T In Atlanta 7:00 P.M. Daily -SKABOARD EXPRESS SollJ train to Jacksonville and Tampa, with Puilmaa slteptrs and cafe diniug car Through sleepers to Atlanta. Tickol Office: 1421 Penna. ava. BaStBrmore aocJl Oiiao R. R. Effective November 22, 1903. Leave Wachtngtun, .New Jersey uve. und C at. Chicago and Northwest. a.u>., ??:20 p ro. Cincinnati, St. Louis and buul&ville, *10:03 a.?,t ?4:15 p.m., *1.10 night. Pittsburg and Cleveiard, *11:00 a*m.. *3.45 p.m, and *1:00 night. Columbus und Wheeling. *6:20 p.m. Winchester, 18:35 a.m., t4:15, t5:30, f6:20 p.o, 1 uray, *4:15 p.m. Annapolis, t7:20. ?8:30, fl2:00 noon, *5:20 p o. Frederick. 18 35. |9:15. tH:?J a.m.. ?1:1J. ' n??Mtnra. 110:03 a.m. and 1B:30 p.m. Lo/d and way point,. t8:35. ?a:15 a.m.. |1:U, tl 30 t5:30. S10:15. tll:30 p.m. ^ Gaitbersburg and way points. t8.-33. |9:13 a.m., ? 12 60. ?1 15. U:JU' 0;UO- t5;au. t':0J, |7 2u, 110:15. tll:30 p m. Washington Junction and way point,. t?:33. 19:13 ? >11 11:15. t4:30, t5'30 P-?* KAltimo-e, wcek days? *3:00' S:0?. ? 30. *7:00, ?7 *1 *8:30. 8:35, i9 00 slO:!* Jil 00 a.m.. *12:00 noon, 12:0B. *l:m>, x2:00, is-(io x4:0O. xl:30, 4:4(?. x5:00, x5:20. iti.oj. tmo. i7 00* 18:00. ilu:00, <11:30, 11:35 p in sua.lsy,. ivoo' x7:uo, 7:20. 8:30, 10:00, xll.OO a.m., si :o0. 115 'ji3:(io, x3:30, x5:00, 5:20, 8:30, x8:00, IiU.00. ? it :to 11:3l> P.m. xll.JO, koYAL BLUF. LINK. All t.-alns Illuminated with Pintsch light. Baltimore Philadelphia, New Vork Boston and th- East. *3:00 '7;00 (Diner). tS:3? (Buffetl, l?:00 (Dined. tlO OO (Diner) a.m.. *1:00 (Dlner>, ?3:00 (??Royal Limited," Blner), 14:00 (Phiia. on if), ?5:uo (Diner), *8:00 sud ?11:30 p.m. (Sleeping C*f open at 10:o0 o'clock.) Atlantic Oily. t<:00, flOs oo a.m., tl:00. *S:M p.u>. ? Daily. t Except Snnday. | Sunday ooIf. x Express trail j. Baggage calico for and checked from hotel, an# residences by Cnion Transfer Co. on orders left at ticket ottitea, 010 Penosylvanta ave. u.w? NtV Vork a?e. and 15th at., and at atatlon. 8. B. IIEGE. District Pass, r.ger A (eat. D. B. llAItXIN. Manage- PsHangar Trade.