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THE' WASHINGTON CJtfTIC, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 22, 1885.
1'ublleheJ Dally (Ban&iys. Etcoptdt)
The Evening Orltio Publishing Company,
Oil D BTltKET, POST UUILDIN'O,
AMI SKMKNT8 TO NIOIIT.
Alhnuah's "(juccn'd Lnco Handkerchief," nt
8:15 p in.
llorrog's Jlimoum " on nt I.at "
1 henti n Comltiue "Tho Argentine Hofltitlos."
Dlmo Slti'ctiin "Tho IMIillos."
..trru-r&ntiiri1nv. tinrtlv r-lnmlr wftittior nnd
llolit loL-nl mini ma Indicated for tho ilUtrlcU
on tlio Atlnntlu const, with nearly stationary
local meteorological ropoit for 'Mav 22
1885 : Thermometer rendlntrs nt sin in., (lt 'J;
7 n. m., 1 i II n in., ir. 1.
ItriMiit for JIny Ul, 1HH5i Sfovi tompern
ttitc, 7.7' miixlinuin, 7U fi; minimum, 0l.2,
mean ieliillo humidity, 83.0 per cent.
Slu tlio S t0 chllilrcn' milti nt A Snks,fc Co
Young Monl Item" 'Hili.
Tho Voltnlc Jlolt Co. of Mnrh ill, Mich , offir
tOfcnd their relelir.itcd I'lcctro Vnltnla Holt
nnd other elect tie appliance m trial for-thlrty
ilny". to men (j otitic or old) nfillcteil with nerv
ous debility, limiif Ititltty mill manhood, nnd
nil kindled double. Also for rheumatism,
uuirnlgln, '.iinll. and many other dlwi'es.
Comploto restoration to health, Igor and man
hood ciinriintccd No llili U lneurrud, ni thirty
rtnjs' tilnl U nllrtwcd Write them at onco for
Illustrated pamphlet ftco.
Rnu tho &l HO children's milts at A. Saks & Co
Trni'llnK Hngi, 3.1 l'or Cent,
liclow market pilcos. at Keep's, I!17 7th bt.
feEE our $0 pants to order. Hamburger'.
icfilcoratoi, carpets and fmiiltuio Fold on
uieklyor monthly pamentn at .Smith's, U!l
New Jersey n cntio noi thw est.
btr. the S!J t(l chlldi on' Milts at A. feaki Si Co
".IiihMi'h Old Stand,"
(1101) street northwot, buys cents' second
hand clothing. Koto by mall attended to.
Nomn plaid Btiltstoordcr,S18. Hamburger's.
Hm tho Sn.tlO children's suits at A. Saks A (Jo
"Ahlernijy Itiilrj AYiiginifi."
rro-li AliktncT lmttcr, chinned every morn
ing nnd dcllvucvl In 'fj tb. "Ward" prints, 10c.
1 cr P. AI'o cottage tbroso, buttermilk nnd
sweet milk, fie per qt. Cicaiil, lfio. peTphit.
"Itest !( nnd 7r.-Ont tlcnii Dmui'M
In tho world, nt Keep's, 1117 7th st. n. w.
See t l.c SO 00 chlldicn's suits at A Saks &, t'o
C'iiacl Ilr.os. will clean 5 our caipets.
I)i iinlJciuu'SH, or tlio IJiiior Itnlilt, Cmi
lie Cntril by Ailinlnltcilii Dr. Unities'
It ran be gU en In a cut) of coffee ov toa w 1th
out the knowledge of tlio pun on taking It, of
lectins a speed anil permanent cure, whether
tlo patient Is a inodei.ito dilnkcr ornutilco
liollc wieck. Thousands of diunknrds li'ivo
been mado teinpcrnto men who hao taken thu
(lolden Specific In their coffee without their
l.n6wlc(lj!c, and to day hellovo they quit drink
ing of their own fico will. No h.umtul effects
lCMtlt fiom Its iidinlnMiatlon. Chios guaran
teed. Cheulnis nnd testhnonlals sent fieo. Ad
(luss, (inrucv bt'icinc Co.,
185 Itaco St., Cincinnati, O,
Tor snlo by It. K. HelpheiHtlnc, libbltt
Houso DritL' stoic, nnd nUo comer fourteenth
sticct and Vtunont tnentto.
liny A'our Siiiiiinur Uniloruo.tr
nil kinds, nt Keep's, 1117 hocuth sticct n. w.
Sni: the S3.00 cli'ldicn's suits at A. Saks & Co
Tlui Kind Tlioy Picfor,
Tlie delegation of the Otoo Iuillans from
tho Poncn Agency. Indian Tcuitoiy,
waited upon tlio Indian Commissioner to
day anil urged tliut they be Mipnlicil with
Thaip'fi vliisky. They iiicicr it to
blnnkels. Tlieic's health in it, Tluivn,
Tin: gns-lnmps will bo lighted hi mid
night nnd extinguished nt i(:.50 n. m.
The &nns Sonci Chili 1ms fllcil necitin
cnte of incorporation with tho itccoidcr.
(iiiANii Holiday Kxaurslou, Decoration
Day, May CO, to J'en-Mnr, fioni llnltlmoio
t I'otouiac Itailiond Slation. Fare, louitd
JIr.n. J. V. .Toiikson, C. W. llushncll,
C.L. CuitK AV. H. Acker mid W. W. Wil
fon wercycitenhty ndmlltcd to the bar of
Tn commencement of (lie medical nnd
dental depmtincnt of the National Uni
versity tnkes place tit Congregational
Thomas I(. Ur,r,, grocer, doing business
nt Nos. 1W2 mid 1001 Kighteenth stieet
nottliwcst, lias made nn assigiiment to
AViu. 0. .Tolmton -lor tho hcnullt of ills
JUrauAon neexsrs linve been Ksucd as
iollows: Nelson West of Alo.xnndila, Vn.,
nnd Martha I'inkney of this city; Thomas
Snow den nnd Lucy Thomas, both of
Prince George's County, Md.; Geo. Gray
and Hii'nnGonnnn, both of l'fmee George's
County, Mil.; Tlmnias Carter and Sarah
Jmnes Jolin Gieen nnd ltosa Giahmn.
A F.MtKinu.L banquet was teudeied last
evening, at Lo.-okam's restaui.uit, to Mr.
Kdward Fleming by H10-.0 who linve been
nsocintcd with him during his years of
work ns n Wnshington coi respondent of
leading newspapers. Mr. Fleming leaves
in a lew days to ti'-sumo cdltouai manage
incut ol'the lUiflalo Uouiier.
' Thomas Dowmko yeiterdftv sold n lot of
Kentucky hoies for Connolly & Furlong
nt Wash Nnilor'H stables. "S.un," n bav
celdlng, was told, to Mr, Wash Dancii
Jiowei for $210; ti chestnut maio was pur
ehned by Mr. A. Jl. Addison for $223: Mr.
G. C, Durno ptircliiiscd "Gray Ned1' for
SlfiO, "Luno," n bay gelding, was sold for
$225 to T. i:. Franco, nnd "Paul Jones," it
chestnut gelding, was f-old to Mr. 0. 0.
GitAKD Holiday Excursion, Decoration
Day, May KO. to Pen-Mar, f torn Jlaltimou)
iV I'otouiac llailioad fctatiQii. Fare, round
Tho Chai'KCK Agnliiht Ilnjes.
Tlio ca'-eof Jcieiniah Hayes, wanted In
htenling, emtio before Chief Justice Cnrttcr
this iiioinlng for tho purpose of seeing
whether or not ho should bo delivered up
on the lcqulsltiou of tlio Governor of that
State, Upon tin examination it was found
that tho indictment wns imperfect in
ninny ifspects nnd tho point was iniscd
that it wns invalid. Testimony was taken
lo prove tlio identity of Hayes as tlio man
wanted nnd then tho Cliioi Justlco stated
Hint ho would give-his decision to-mor-low
l'lo Years for T.uicuiiy.
On tho night of the M of laslMmch,
xi hilo Peter J. Hiett of New York was sit
ting in n cluilr in n drunken stupor in
Cooiey'H pool-iooni, James F. Callahan
picked n valuablodiainond stud out of
Ills sliiit nndhtib'-eiiuently sold it in Haiti
moro lor $25. Ho was afterwards nr
jested, tiled nnd ( 011 victid in the Criminal
Court to-day of grand larceny nnd sent to
the Albany Penitential y Tor live yeais,
l'ow Illbles Itoiigbt,
Tlio revised edition of tho lllblo was lor
sale to-day in tills city for tho llrst tltno.
A great many people called nt
tho fctotes to look at them, Piuchusesof
jiotn very largo number of tlio good Hook
Vcro nitule, TJ10 books on sale to-day
xveie of n liner and 111010 o.xponsivo
kind limn peoplo as n rulo want.
Many onlcrs wcro, howover, mado for tho
clienper nnd popular edition which will
))0 out in about a wee;.
TI10 rc&idenco of It, II. Doiialdsou of
08 Eighth sttcct iboutliwcst wns onteicd
Jiy tlio irar window yestoidtiy and robbed
ul clotliingnjida watcli worth 5.'). Syl
vestor IJurns' houso, No, 017 Twenty
Hovcnth street, wns robbed on Wednesday
night of ?27 in money nnd a dtcss coat.
"BOB" ODLUM'S REMAINS.
A Largo Niimlior Visit ,1IU Lnto ItoU
doiuu. After the Departments closed yesterday
afternoon tho lesldcnee or iMrs. lelion
brenner, wliero the icmnlus of the dead
athlete, Odium, lny, was thronged with
callers to see the body, who continued ar
riving until quite Into nt night. Probably
no one person In private life hero possessed
Kolnrgeii cliclo of personal friends nnd
acquaintances, for "Hob" Odium, as they
nlUctlonntelv knew him, wns a mnn of
mich kind-hearted wny.s that ho drew
friends to him without cllort on his part.
It was noticeable that iurge numbers woio
ntlracted theie, however, only through an
idle, morbid curiosity, and of these, to
their shame, n large propoitlon were fe
males. At the funeral nt 1 o'clock this after
noon tho pall-bearers will bo Messrs. Win.
Ulck'Oii, Frank K. "Wind, Washington
Nuilol-, Jncob A. ltudd. Hubert M. Valine
man and Kdwnid D. Wright. Allot' the
futienil nrrnngements have been tinder
the dltcction of Mr. Charles S. Moore, who
remained nt the house last night bcsldo
l.'tuly last evening Mrs. Odium, the
need mother of tlio dead man, nnd his
sister, Mrs. Chnrlotto Smith, with tho lnt-lei's'-on,
arrived ntMrs, lNclienbicnner's,
wheic they lcmnincd during the night in
tin upper 100111. Hoth lemnlned Tor a
while beside the lciiitilus, lepe.iting the
Cuthollc prayers lor tho ilend, In which
they were joined by Mrs, INchenbrcnncr
nnd her giown daughter. Tho grlcr of
Mis. Odium and her daughter was so
xiolently exptessedln plainthe cries that
it wasdecnud best to uige their removal
ujistairs, wheio it wns far on into the
night befoic either bectine sulllciently
ciilniid to contiol their Icclings. The
cene was n deeply painful 0110 to w Itncss.
As enriy as S o'clock tills morning the
flieatn ot cnllers beiran ngaiii, liuiiiy of
i)oor"lobV niostliiHmnlelriends icturn
lug ngalu nnd ngain to the collln's side,
HIS SANITY ESfABLISHED.
Vriillil nftliu .Tiny In tlio L'asoof Tlnui-
The jury ill tiiccn'-o of Timothy Sands,
alleged lo be of unsound mind, made short
woik ol it wlicn it leached them by 1 e
turning ti veullct that Mr. Sands was of
Miund mind and tiudcistniiding, capablo
ofntteuding to his own business ntlhfis.
Mr. Sands thnuked eacli of tho jurors
I01 their u'i diet, mid was kept occupied
lor f 01110 time in lccciviug tlfr-congiatula-tionsol
THE POLICE COURT.
Thomas Higgsby, ti coloicd boy, for
Mealing some bananas fiom in fiontof tho
stoieofS. Velatti.got iorty-ciglit liouis in
John Jones n colored newsboy, was up
for teiiously assaulting another newsboy
named Mutiioc Wilker-on. Wilkerson
said thnt becauso lio would not givo tho
prisoner n piece of bread lie struck witness
on the head with ti brick. He showed
thiceghnMly cuts on his head in corrob
oiation of his statement. "You uro n
decidedly bad boy, said the Couit to tho
prisoner. "1 mu fnniiliar wJth x-our record.
You began your cmoor by cutting u boy
with a knife, nnd you can liuvo llireo
nionths in jail."
Charics Jr. Johnson pleaded guilty to
hoif-ibivnkiug in tho day time in entering
the house of John A. Schnopp, 80(1
SoAenth sticct southwest. He was held
Mo-cs Fehrey, mi old mnn, ivas ncquit
tcd in tiic Police Couit this nltcinoon on
tho chnige of enil)c,ling $3." from Samuel
Luckett, his son-in-lnw.
A new lentuio hns developed in tho
enso of Wllliniu lto-s, who was acquitted
on Monday of tlio chargo of poisoning the
lainlly of Audi cw Jackson becauso Jack
son ioibado liim to associate with ids
daughter. Itf-cenis,that tho otlicruiticles
ol fucd in tlio Jaekton household have
been poisoned. Mis.- Hridget Norris
bought M)iuo meal fiom Jackson and it
Killed thirteen of her chickens. Sho ato
some mush mado fiom it and it poisoned
her. Tlio District Chemist found nreiiic
in the fish nnd in the meal, Tho polico
hnc n tJieory and aiowoikingup tho case.
In a convoisation with a Ckitio reporter
Pjofessor DeSmedt, tho District Chemist,
fctntcd tlint arsenic and other poisons tuo
too easily obtnined by irresponsible peoplo.
Ho buys the laws against tho sale of such
dings tuc not rigid enough.
Tliut I,ii;im Snlutu.
"I know nil of tlio iellows: wiio tired that
Logan salute," said nn employe of the
Ticasurv Department to-day, laughing.
"They did not want to lhe it at any other
time than they did not much. Thoyhsid
n paiticular object in view, nnd they would
not linvo iircd tho salute nnywhero else
thnn they did. You see every one of those
fellows Juno been discharged Irotn tlio
fto eminent employ on the gtotind that
they havo been ollensivo paitlsans. They
wanted tho President to wnko fiom Ills
sleep nnd hear them howl. That's what
Tlio CaiinoiieuiK Surromlur.
Alfred P, Cunningham nnd Willlnm
Lee, the two men wanted by the liolico
authorities tor tiring nsnluto in tlio White
Lot Widnesdny night last withoutn per
mit, enmc to the couit this morning and
gave themselves, up on hearing thntti
wanant hod been issued lor their ariest.
The rase w out o er until to-monow for n
hearing. Tho ohnigo is firing a gun
within 200 ynids of a dwelling.
Tiustics of tho AcIiiik' I'liml.
Ail inforninl meeting of the trustees of
the Actots' Fund was held yesterday in
NowY'oik. Hairy Miner presided, nnd
there weio piecnt A. M, Palmor, Samuel
Colvllle, J. W. Collier, Colonel Sinn of
lliooklyn and Williiuu Hiieh. Hoyond
listening to the leport of tho aitnnt
fcecictaiy, 15. Hakcr, there was little busi
ness tiansacted saxo tho passing of lcsolu
tlons of thanks to those who have been
mainly instrumental in passing tho the
atrical license bill.
A Tutor-III Clinic.
Jo'eph Foul and Heniy Winn woio
tried in the Criminal Couit to-day on the
clmigo of lucnking into tlio dwclllng-hoitso
ofOcoico I. Jlindley on tho SOth of March
Inst, 'llio testimony showed that Winn,
w ho is only 13 yeais of age, was lorced nu
clei tlio persuasion of a baseball bat to go
mid stand wntch while the burglary wos
committed. Ho wns acquitted iiud Ford
con vie ted nnd sent to tho Albany Peniten
tiary for (lye yeais.
The invitations Issued by tho class of '85
of the medical and dental dcp.utmcutsof
the National University tor their com
mencement o.xoicises to-night tuo voiy nr
tistic. Ench consists of two heavy gilt
edged cauls 0110 containing tho order of
exercises nnd list of graduates, the other
nn engraving emblematic of tlio two pro
fessions, the lamp of learning suimouut
ing tlio design,
Admitted to thu liar.
'J ho following weio to-doy ndmlltcd to
piactleo nt the bar of this District: Josopli
htewnit, Irving 11. Dudley, W. D. Henry,
N, H. llcthcll and A, C. Scott,
Not 011 the Kxrolslnr.
Tin: Ckitic is requested to stato that tho
accident on tho stenm-packet, mentioned
yesterday, did not occur on llio stcnm
Four wills weio filed to-day that or J.
H. A, Neuliaus, Mrs. Mnry C Young,
Michael Coton, Jmnes Antoino Gabriel de
Ginnd llolldnj ICnuiii'sIoii,
Dccoiollon Day, May 30, to Pon-M.nr,
iiom Htillimoio (t Potomnc Hailioad
Station, Fme, louuil trip, $2.
(iiimd Holiday KxoiiihIoii,
Dccointlon Day, May 30, lo Pen-Mar,
fiom Haltliuoio it Potomac Hillio.ul
Station, Fme, lound trip, J.'.
'J HE AMY AND NAVY.
Notes of Intorost to tho Sorvloo From
AH Along tho Llnon.
Colninodoro AVjndold Scott Hchloy has
returned fiom nn olllclal visit to New
Llcutcntint-Cominnnder Edward L.Ain
oryhns resigned from the navy, totako
cllcct June 1.
Tho Omaha, Captain Thomas 0. Self
rldge,nrriedatNew York last night fiom
Tho marines sent to Aspinwnll fiom
Norfolk lcturncd to the yard thcro
Tho Powlintnn, Captain Lestes A.
lltaidsler, will be sent to tho Noifolk van!
on her return from Central America 'next
Nnvnl Constructor George W, Much hns
nirived hero fiom the Maio Island Navy
Yaid, California, for duty tit tlio Nnvy
Lieutenant Wilbur E. Wilder, Fourth
Cavnlry, has been granted leave for 11
month with pet mission to apply for 0110
'Iho Secretary of the Nnvy will order
the sulvtltution of some other color for
the white helmets and logging worn bv
sailois and marines on shoio duty.
Company A, Captain HobeitO. Hewitt,
now nt Fori Grant, and Company II, Cap
tain Win, E. Doitglieity, nt Foit Apnchc,
Ail!., hne been oidered to exclitiugcst.i
Mis. Eugene II, 0. Lett t re, wife or Lieu
tennnt Lutit7c, U. S. N hns arrived hero
irom San rianclsco, and Is visiting Men
tennnt I ominander nnd Mrs, Charles J.
Tlio ioocatlon of Passed Assistant En
gineer George D. Strickland's ordeis to tho
Mclilcnn was becnusoorsovcre illness, lor
which ho is under tteatnicntnt the Mare
Island Hospital, Cal,
The retirement ol Hear Admiral Upshur
next weet: for over forty years service, will
Piomoto Commodore J. 0. P. Delvintlt to
P.ear Adinjral, nnd Captain Georgo E.
llclknap to Connnodore.
Ihc cabin, waidrootn, steerage and liertli
deckfuinituie lor tho new steel ciuiser
Atlanta is being mado at the Norfolk
Navy-Ymd, and will lie lcndy for the ves
sel tibout September next.
Commander C. M. Schooninaker, who
hits just lcsumcd his duties at the Norfolk
Youl as cqitipnicnt olllccr nfter n long ill
ness, is tilso acting ns executive olllccr in
the nb'ence ot Captain Helknap, ant as
cl il engineer ol the yaid,
Comniander ltobloy D, Evans arrived in
Noilolk yesleiday fiom his station in llal
limoie, en route to inspect tlio light-houso
in Noith Cniollila wntersnnd supply them
with stores lor the coming llscal year.
The experimental magaziiio guns io
enlly in tho bauds of the Thiid Cavahy in
Aiionn have been placed by Goner.ii
Liookin tlio lnnuls ot tioops ot tho
Fouitlt mid Tenth Cavtiliy and tho Fhst
Infantry nt various posts.
Sccictarv Whitney has oidoied tho lol
lowing oJllceis to duty in this city. Lieu
tenant C litu lis 0. Alllbonc nnd Passed
Assistant Paymaster John N. Specl to
special duty at the Ntu y Department nnd
Lieutenant Hobeil Piatt to duty nt the
The Twentieth Infantiy, Gcneinl Elvill
S. Otis commanding, leit Fort Leaven
woith Widnesday by mil lor Montana to
tnkostutlon. Mnjor Pussnioic Mlddleton,
suigeon, was designated liy Gcneial Augur
to go with tho coiumaiul to Uismaiuk,
Dak., and retuin.
ThoGieely lellef steamer Hear, which
hns been turned over to the Coast Survey
foi scivicc in Alaska wateis, wilt be ovei
hnuledat tho Noifolk Nnvy-Yard after
next month. Sho is now in New York.
She will be fitted witli tho Sigsbeo nnd'lho
Tanner bounding machines lor deep sea
Lieutenant A. V. Wndliams, U. S. N.;
Lieutenant M. Saito, naval attache of the
Japanc-o Legation, and John W. Thomp
son, foreman of the Nnvy-Yaid labotatorv,
w cut down the ri cr fiom tho Navy-Yaul
yestciday niteinoou in tho tug Heretic, to
11 shoit distance below Giesboro' Point, to
test tlioinipioM'd Weeks toipedo piojettor.
llio jiiomotiou of Conunodoio J. C. P.
Dc Kiall next week loiear-adiniral,le.ies
Comniodoie Oscar C. Uadgcr nt the head
of tlio list for pioinotion, bulas ho becomes
02 years of ngo August 12, must retiio with
ids prc'cnl rank unless sonio casuality
should happen or some ndmiral volun
tarily ictiio. ltear-Admlial Francis A.
lloo will letiie for age October I, and-itis
bclloN cd by many otllccis that lio w ill ap
ply in July lor letlreineiit to givo pio
inotion to Conunodoio H.ulgcr.
Secretary Wliituey has taken a decided
stmid nguinst the oxpendituic of twice
their original value upon old wooden ves
sels. Ho has appointed the following
bonid: Captain John Irwin, senior mem
ber; Clilct Engineer G. F, KuU, Com
ninnder F. Hodgeis, Conunander G.
Kiinpll'nnd Assistant Naval Constiuctor
J. Feaster, lo investiguto tho extravagant
repaiisof tho Mohican and other vessels
nt thoMmo Island Navy-Yard, and has
oideicd tho Oiiinha and all olllcers con
nected with her reconsti notion to New
Yoik 1 ending an Inquiry as to how $300,
000 was expended upon her repairs. The
Secictaiy will go to Now Yoikuuil person
ally conduct the Inqitlry. In lifs letter
concerning tlio woik nt the Mine Island
Yard, the Secictaiy expies-es astonish
ment til the lcsults indicated and can
come to no other conclusion than that
money litis been wantonly wnsted.
The following navy ouleis havo been
made: Iteai-Admlial John II. Upshur,
now commanding the Pacillc squadron, is
oideicd, tit liis own lcquest, to bo placed
onthcictiud list Juno 1; tlio oitler of
Passed Assistnnt Engineer Geoigo D,
Strickland to tho Mohican is lovokcd, and
ho will 1 cumin on duty nt the Maio Islnnd
Nnvy-Ynrd ; Gunner Constantino Crouau
oideicd to the Ellis Island mngnrino, Nor
loll; Hmbor; Lleuteiiant-Coniniundcr
S'ociates Hubbnid, detached fiom tho Now
York Navy-Ymd Juno 1 and giantcd six
months' leave; Gunner John Gaskins.
trom the League Island yaid to the Foil
Mllllin magazine, Delawme, May 30; Gun
ner CD. Magiudcr, fiom the Pensaeola
yaid May 2oj Georgo Fouse, fiom tho
Washington yaid MtiyiX); T. IS. Watkins,
I10111 tiio Cliefsen magazine May 30; 11. M.
Cioss, 110111 tlio Fort Mllllin uiagaiiio May
30, and James Hayes, fiom tho Ellis Islnuil
liuigiuino May 30, and nil oideicd to the
Newport Torpedo Station Juno 1 for in
btrtu tions; Gunner M. IC, Hcudeisou,
hoin tlio Wabash, nt Doston, to tho Chel
sea mtigarine; Licutcnmit-Coiuinnuder
George M. Hook lias lettirned fiom tlio
1'ulos, Asiatic Station, and is placed oil
waiting oideisj Lieutenant Charles J.
llndgor, detached from tho navy-yard horo
andginnted two nionths' leave; Pased
Assistant Surgeon Kobcit Wbitnev, fiom
tiio Now Yoik Hospital and plo'ced on
Attkmiti.u Huiciiu:, Louis Wood, n
white youth, who lives nt Thirty-second
nnd It htreets, West Washington, at
tempted to commit Mticido about (i o'clock
hist evening by hanging hiinsolf in tho
ymd to 11 tieo. Ho wnsdiscovcrcdnnd cut
down before life was extinct. Dr. Appleby
wns called in and icstoied tho unhappy
youth to consciousness.
Steele IHiilIcmjo'h Thoutru,
A fiuther meeting of the coniuiittco or
cudltnis oi tho American Tho.itio Huild
ing Company was held yesterday at tho
Lyceum Theatie, in Now Yoik, Hient
Good, the picsident, piesidlng. Two
pioposltlons were submitted, 0110 that tlio
eicdltors should nllow tho theatre to pass
into other 101U10I on condition that then
weic paid 25 per cent, of their claims ; tho
othei Hint tho company bo icorganUcd
nnd new stock Issued with which tlio
citditois should bo paid, Tho other prop
osition was ngteed upon, It Isundoistood
that 1111 oiler has been mado to lent the
theatie lor the summer for tho puiposo of
undue ing a re vi al of old English comedy.
This oiler has not yet been accepted.
-ilohii Maon mown, Loiilsvlllo, Ky U nt
A HuNonv Tiuri'. AVhilo Mr. John -A.
Schnopp nnd hlswifowcrosltting up stairs
at their rcsldenco on Sovcnlh street, be
tween II nnd I southwest, about 3 o'clock
jcstcidny nlternoon, a vicious-looking
negro, nbout 18 vcars old, raised tho
kitchen window nnd entered tho house.
Mr. Schnopp, hearing some ono walking
nbout on tho floor below, quietly de
scended the stairs, nnd found tho negro
helping himself to eatables from tho side
board. Ho immediately grabbed tho thief
by the coat collar, and upon risking him
wlint ho wanted, tho thief replied that ho
was hungry nnd wanted foinething to cat.
Ho wns cturicd to tho station-house by
Mr. Schnopp, where lie gave tho name of
Charles Johnson nnd' said ho was Just
fiom New Yoik, Upon being searched n
rnror nnd semal penknives were found
in his pockets, lio was sent to Polico
Court this morning on n double charge,
housebreaking nnd carrying concealed
Yioj.atino Hrn.niNo Lvw. Clinrles E.
nnd Fiederlck Sprlngmnnn, the express
men, wore nnestcd jesterdav on n wnr
mill sworn out by Olllccr Henry, charg
ing them with violating tho building regu
lations in electing finine stables in tlio vi
dnlty of tho Anshlngton it Georgetown
Itnilicad Conipau.N 's now car stables,
A Samiti:. Tho East Washington In
vincible ltctmblican Club will flro a salute
on Ponlar 11111, on the Eastern 1'ianch,
nenrtho jail, this evening, in honor of
Senator Logan's lc-elcction.
Dunrs ami Triintmts. Near Ulncoln
Paik yestciday the Navv-Yaid "Terriers"
defeatid the Capitol Hilt "Dudes" in n
game of baseball, Tho score was 10 to 11.
District!- Government News.
Asks 1 on i'r.oMOTiox. Thomas W.Scott,
n messenger of the Fho Depnitment, has
applied tin tho position of nssistatil -chief
ol that depaitment.
llisc'iiiumo STr.r.irrs. The Commis
sioners linve oideicd the lcsui facing of
the following coneicte stieets: Noith side
of Now York tivenue, fioni Eleventh lo
Twelfth street, Iowa Citcle, Thiitccnth
ftiect fioni I own Chile toN stieet.
Comi-laim Anon A sihr.WAi.i;. Mr. 0.
T. Edgar has called the attention of llio
Conimtssioneis to the fact tliatnftcr laving
thosewei-s under the sidewalk on East
Capitol stieet, the continctor is lcplncing
the sidewalk with bioken nnd Inferior
Dit. Mackam'h St'ccr.sson. Dr. Jmnes
11. Mothershindhns been appointed 11 food
inspcctorol tho Health Olllce, vice Dr.
Mncknll, icslgncd. Tho Commissioners also
accepted the lesignation of Policeman
Lowcnsteino and appointed J. II. Pascy (0
fill tiio vacancy.
Duii.mj.n Pi.innis. GeorgaE. Emmons
hns taken out n permit to erect ton dwell
ings on Wnshington stieet, between
Fourth nnd Fifth sheets, nla cost of S12,
000. W. C. Cost in will cicct n dwelling
house on 0 sticct, between Eleventh nnd
Twelfth shells southeast, $100.
Pi.nMiTS to lluiM). Penults to build
luiM been gianltdlo James II. Giant to
erect ten new dwellings on South Capitol
Miect, between K nnd L sheets southwest,
toeost$lO,(PO; W. F. Carson, erect one
finme dwelling on Twelfth stieet, between
G and II sheets southwest, to coit SiOOj
G'torgc.F. Schnfer, ciect a brick stable in
alley between N nnd 0 nnd Ninth nnd
Tenth sheets, $1,600.
WitiT Svsi'r.Mii:ii. The Commission cis
linve tcmpoiniily suspended the pei
mlt llicy granted to Mr. Aimer,
tho agent for hie . Anhousor
lluscli Hi owing Coinnany to extend a sid
ing into a squaie on Viiglnia avenue near
South Capitol stieet. Mr. E. D. Wright,
as attorney for the iereons who own the
lemnindci ol thesqutue, made nn tiigu
inent before the Commissioners, opposing
"IVull Sdcol flossli.
Nr.w Yonir, Mny 22. Money 1J percent.
E.xcluinge quiet. Governments linn. Cttr
lency, Os, 120J bid: Is, coupon, 121? bid;
4s, coupon, 112? bid. Tho stock niatket
ojicnid vciy dull and without feature
Shortly niter tho opening Union Pacific
was pushed up fiactionally by tho bull
clique, and nt the fliat call prices weio up
i to j per cent., but this was lost by inlil
dny under n slight selling of tlio Vnudcr
bilt. The market on the wholo was oxi
trcmcly dull, only 55,500 slimes chnnglng
New York Mode Mm Itct.
Tho follow Ing liai e been ftu nlshed by Dtto
lnatiA Co., Lankcrs, 1111 r stieet:
O. lillVW. , NAMK.
CI! A: (.,
I. A; Nash
1) I, & Y.
I "pi of. .
tirAZ or. 1"
The follow Ins summary Is by 11. K. Plain &
Co , fct. Cloud building, Ninth and V sheets:
Oats .1 11110..,
11 iltl 11
11 10 11
(IBP, , I)
I (K)'JK- 0
Tlio OpunliiK Mliihot,
Chicago, May 22. Tho mnikets opened
dull and weaker on"giain, about ic lower,
but linn oiipiosious. Hetter weather
nnd tlio piospects of dainago to winter
wlieat being boinowhat iccovercd 011 that
necount, has given tho bears confidence,
and they tuo pulling out another lino of
Tho following pie tho closing quotations of
tho Wnshlimton Stock I'xeliaiiKO to dny as ftu
nlshed by Jlesst.s. Towns it eliecn, bankets:
Wnshington & I'corcetow.i bonds lin'w
Jletiopolltiin stock H1J4
Colitmhla stock.., ill
North CapltolaiulOstiett 40
Atmcostla 8 '
Washington City (Insllidit Ce 12'S
linnklln Iiisuianto Co as
National Jlcttopolltan IiisiuaucoCo til
National Union limit nnio t'o V74i
Columbia Insiirnneo lo 10H
Votoiniio Insuiniicolo 15
Itlggs Iusuranco Co ou
llonidot l'ubllo Woiks arecuSj , 0,1
Masonic Hull bonds J
WashhiBtou Jltukot Co. slock lt)lJ
Inland and fcencoast Co. stock
WaEhhictonllilek Jlachliio Co. stouk,... l)8'(S
Unnkof WnshltiRton 00
linnk of Washington :io
National JI0I1 oiiolltuu Hank liis
National llnnk of tho Pcpiihlh
rarmci-s' and JleciianlcB' National Hunk
Citizens' National llank 102f2
ccolld National llank 11:1
,('( ntral Natloiuil llauk , ,
(dent Falls Ico Co , 87
lldil I'stato Title Inniuaiiiu t'o
heenjieuko & I'otomaoTelophono Co.,., rMy&
U.f. I.leeliiuUght t'( nJ
(iiaiid Holiday i:011ifil011, '
Dccoiatlon Day, May ,'!0, lo I'on-Mar.
Irom Hnltliuoit' it l'otonmo llailioad
Station, Fme, lound trip, W.
HOSIERY a Specialty
NINTH AND IT BTM3ETS,
111 11 1W
II. I., j 0.
00 Stiu' mil
tu nZ um
01 O.'K (MM
in mA .1752
IB 177. 17
18W .17'l 47W
a I'd itj2l :ii
iiiJS iKiKI. :u
2!) 28 21)
20 11 15 11 in
ill ill It) lli!7W
80 I (175 (I77W
B7J4, (I 81 (I8.r
05 I illlX,i (IDJ'iS
Those Lt dies who expect to find n display of high-priced, fancy eoloted, nnd odd
styles of Prrusols, will be disappointed w lien attending the so-called Parasol Week at
LANSBURGrH & BRO.'S,
to-morrow or any dny this week.
Catering, ns wo do, for the popular trade, our Specialties nto confined to
Staple, Plain and Useful Parasols.
We study the wnnts or our patrons nnd oircr goods accordingly.
Please Purchase Elsewhere, ir on inspection you imnglno yon can procure better
Milue outside ol' I nnsburgh i: llio.
500 Heavy Ultanrjcablo Satin (flood quality Coaohcrs, now shape, at $1.23 ;
ecrody stl stliim &t$l,98; rjreat barrjalns.
250 Handsome Quality Satin Coaohcrs, 12 rib, pararjon frame, now s!;air, In all
oolcrs, at $2.25 ; regular prlco $2,67. Sco them.
75 All-Silk PotifjCO Para9ol3, with new canopy top, or ollher flat 8'iape, paragon
frame, at $2.43 ; actually worth $3.50.
(10 Fine Quality Black Satin Carrlarjo Parasol!, lined, at $1.11; reduced .frjm
110 Extra Quality Satin Coachcrs, In all tho new colors, canopy top, pararjon
frame, v.ith fancy tcps and handles, at $2.19 ; cold everywhero at $2.50.
GO Beautiful Cuallly Black Satin Parasols, lined with hlnh colored finest change
able Silk lining, paragon, trimmed with very deep Spanish Guipure Lace, at $3,93;
havo been $4.75.
We have still on hand (although they havo bocn selling very rapidly) about 250
moro of thoie F'no Quality Scotch Gingham Umbrellas, in 28 and 30 inch size, will
offer them at 69;.; they aro awfully cheap ; sold at a special price of 98o. every
where. Lxtm to them,
Silk Sun Umbrellas.
Only One Diive this Week, and that a Big Bargain.
400 Hetvy twill d Silt Sun Umbrellas, with fanoy and black handles, In 24-i.iah
slzo, at $ .62 ; soil as a leader everywhere at $2.25. Examine them.
Imrrin8c variety of Children's Parasols, In all Colors an J S'inros.
LANSBUEGE & BEO
420, 422, 424 and 426 Seventh Street.
Seems to be tho principal ambition In this ago of man. Patlonco, psrsevorance
and a littlo ush will bring it, providing your reputation, whether political or other
wise, has stood tho lest for honesty and intogrlly bofo 'e tho conmunlty you
Thcro t re fwo grand victories tho ono In Illinois ro-eleollng General Logan to
the United States Senate and the other
Which Is Indorsed by tho entire press and public for tin untiring efforts to givo the
peoplo suoh untold bargains. Wo have made It a rulo to appear with nsw novelties
each and every week. Of courso we add tho samo scmelimes, when they arc in
great derrand and can bo procured. We have made our introductory and we shall
now appear with our
1,000 ynids assorted lilack I.nco, 1, 2, a and
4 Inches lde, per yaid tlo.
1,250 ynids now Shilling Tt hits, Bhoit etuis,
1,500 yds lino Billllantlno for whlto dicisod,
700 ynids jl4 Sntlno, slioit end, nifjo,
500jnidsof riiinltiuol'itnt, hamhoino cio
tonno patterns. Bhoit ends, (Ic.
1)00 ynids of Toilet Clash, hlcnohcd or ttn
bleached, 5 auls In a piece, 20c,
1 ease moio 1'ildo of tho West Dlcachod Cot
ton, ehort cuds, HJc.
llotofllno Nainsooks, 5 stylos, shot tends,
llotnt ciyfino Nainsooks, 5 stylos, short
1 lot of Ecnulno Indln Uucn, shoitoiuls, no
Ylctoila Law n, Oo.
Another lot otTiukcy Itcil Dojllos, per doz.,
lOOyaidsof lino fancy all-llnoii ynid wide
rmnlttno CociIhk 15u. Thcjo K"ods mo
cheap t)t double tho money,
000 ynuls fancy Olhhollcd Table Linen, war
i ante (I fast, fhoit ends, :iOo,
210nids 10-4 whlto llonoycomb bproadH.
4'lc. r-oinothliiKWo'o been tijlnu to ot nil
this fern Iiir. Theyaio tho vciy thhiK for llsht
cociliif. Coinofia thcin ns soon ns jouioad
this, for wo mo siuo they will not last Ions.
25btylcsof now Satlnos In blown, (nil not.
black and navy, lSlfio. All stilus or dots and
Hemes; theso poods mo j cry scaico, as thu do
maiul exceeds tho pioiluctlon.
M'ohao nltOKCthor about '10,000 ymds of
thoit-cnd I.awns, and uh this Is tho season tor
them wo shall continue tho snlo ot samo koihIs
ntetimo pileesns Inst week: I.awu 'Jc, l.awn
Uo, l.awn UJic, Lawn fie, Lawn 5iJo, Lawn
25 dozen Ocnts' laiposled iwro linen horn
tltehcd llnudkcichlcts, each lio.
If you wnnt a Jcrsoy call and solect otui
fi om an lmmono nssoi linent. l'l Ices fi oin OOo
il special things hi bun Uinbicllas mid I'nru
1 lot of Conelln In black, IB Inch 25c, 20
Inch title, 22 Inch 'Mo, 2 1 Inch 47c.
1 lot of Coaching, Just In; tlioy nto cltcnp nt
Double Combination Store
1241 and 1243 Elovontli Stroot Southeast.
S1.50. Wo put them In nt S1.0. Culois m i
i Ino blue, navy, blown, myi tie, wine, light blno
and caidlual. ,
1 lot of vciyiliiolllnckSatln.r, Inch, All-Silk
Lnco, slightly dnmaged, Sl.lKI; woith SI. j
If 5011 aio making pieparatlons for examina
tions nnd commencements tnino nnd soo our
loguhir lino of goods hi India Linen, I" no
Mulls, I'eislnn Lawns, Vrcncli Cainbrloi, Swiss
Wo can givo you n beautiful lino of nni row.
incdhun, wide and nil over to match any of
thusu goods and at tho light pi leu.
Wo enn novcr slight our Mllllnoiy Dop.ut
ment. It may not bo as lmgo ns tismo, but wo will
giimantco our soleotlou nnd o ir work equal to
any. Call and lcino your or lor; you will bo
highly pleased with our stylos.
100 tolls of now fancy matting Just aulred
by last steamer.
1 lot of fanoy Jfattlng 12o.
1 lot of fancy Matting I5u.
1 lot of fancy Matting 18o.
Vino Matting at 20o.
Vet y heavy Matting at 25c.
Our Ilrussols Carpets aro mov'ng slow. Wo
tuo going to offor 10 select stjlos this wool;
only at noe.
200 largo slzo Diusscls Ma's 10c
Our Boot and Shoo Parlor.
Another lot of those Infants' Shoes ltlo.
Chlldicn's Spring heel Shoes, fioin 5ia up.
Chlldicn's Spring heel Shoos, I'uiii.i iolo, OOo.
Ladles' Lasting Sllppcis 25c.
I mllos' Lasting Lnco Shoos 50o.
Ltulies' lland-tiuncd Oxfoul Tlos, only OOo.
Ladles' Opera Sllppcis 55o,
Ladles' I'ohblo Ilutton Shoos l)2o.
Wohao thico cases of Mlssos' drain Ilutton,
whdiwowlllolosoout at Olo; wari ant thorn
Full lino of Ocnts' Oxfoul stmp Ties ntnl
Ilutton, which you will dud mmked nt sin pi Is
Ing pileos, such as OOo, SI. 10, oto and Humor
ous other bargains fiom tho ImlntK o ol our ox
I onslyo stock from till thu wolt-knoivn Mami
CARPETS AND FURNITURE.
315 Seventh Stroot.
And Upholstory Matorlals.
415 Sovonth St. U. W.
Cnrpots, Furnlturo nnd Upholstery, Now
Oanton Mnttlngp, n largo Stock ot Baby car
riages, and tho cclobrntod
Window Scroons nnd tho Colobratod Wood
Looso Covers for Furnlturo a Specialty.
Carpot, Furnlturo, Bedding, Dra
pery and Upholstery Warorooms.
801 MAltKLiT BPAOi:, 308 & 310 8tU St. U. W.
PIANOS AND MUSIC.
817 Mnrliot Space, l'a. avo., noar nth St.
112 rifth nvcuuo. 201 200 W. llalto. Bt.
Grand, Upright and Square Piano
Wobec tonnnounco to our Washington pa
trons Hint desiring to orfor tliom grontor faclll
tieo in thoir dealings with us, wo havo oponod
817 Market Space, Pa. avc., near Qtfi st.F
Tlio samo aro conductod directly by our
eohep, and cuotomors can deal with us thoro
to i rccleely tho snmo ndvantago as at ourllal.
tliLoioand Now York cstabllehmonts.
A lull assortment ot our various stylos ot
Grand?, Uprights and Squnro Pianos will con
stantly bo found on baud.
WM, KNAUE & 00.
22rPIAN08 FOlt KENT.
Tuning nnd repairing promptly attondod to
by oxporloucod workmon. m28-2m
-Emerson.Stccl & Ban's Pianos
Wilcox fi Whlto and Kimball
Orcans. Pianos nntl Orfntm mm
on Installment?, rented or exchanged; rent ap
plied II purchased.
HENRY EBERBACH, 915 F St.
Managing partner ot tholato lirm of Ellis & oo.
EDUC ATOMAL .
qHE HOWE 11CSINES3 SOUOOL, C17 SEV
X ontb stroot n. w., short, condensed courso
tn practical bookkeeping, rapid poumanshlp
nud I'uelleh branches nt modorato rates ot
tuition. Morning, altcrnoon and night sos
sloiiu. OlviI-Bor ico preparation n specialty.
Bbortliand, Elocution and Mathomattcs by a
qptlO-tt .T. U. BRYANT, Principal.
U8INES3 EDUCATION for young and mid
dlo aged men and women. Spring and
sunimor sessions of tho Bnoncoriau Business
Oollego,-coruor Ninth and D sts. n. w. Itiptd
writing, bootlieoping, rapid calculations, Eng
lish language, stenography, typn-wrltliig, otc,
thoroughly tnught. Tuition: Year fromtlito
of entrance, day or night, $50j thrto mouttic,
day, $20j nlcht, $14; ono mouth, day, $7;
night, $r. lupid writing only 12 lessons $j.
Call oreond for circulars.
nENUY 0. Bl'ENOEIt, Principal.
BABA A. bl'ENOE,Vlca-Ptlnclul.
TVfOnWOOC INBTITUrE, 1212 AND 1211
1 14lh St., near Mill st.Utrclo. Beloct Boardi
ing bohool for young'lailloe. 8ssiou 'B5-'80
opens Septombor 30, 1S85. Early application
necessary, as nuuibor ot boaidors will bo
Capital Prize, $150,000.
"Wedontrtoyctmtyinai itesupirvue tnear
rangemoittfor all the Monthly and Stml-Annval
Urawlngt of U'ie Louisiana State Lottery Com
1a?n, ana in peitoii manage and control the
Jtramngt themsth et, and that the same are con.
ducted ulth honesty, fairness, and tn good faith,
toitaidatlpartles, and ue authorize the Company
to vse this certificate, iclth facsimiles of our tig.
natuns attached, in its advertisements,"
S nlR 8fe9jKy ISfl
Over Half a Million Distributed.
Louisiana State Lottery Company
Incorportea In 1S53 for 2-5 yearn Dy tuo lglsu
lttnro foi Kilucatlonal and Oharltuble purpoioa
with a capital or 11.000,000 to which a reserve
(and ot over t'50 ooo hns since been added. ;
liy an overwhefculng popular voto Its franchtso '
was made n part or tho present Btate Oorjtluulon
adopted December 2. A. D. 1878.
take placo monthly. 11 ticicr scales or postpones.
Look at tholollowlng distribution:
lHIhl Uiniid Bloiillijy
In (lie ArniK'iny oI'MiinIc, Now Orloitim,
TUCSUAY, .lUNK 10, 1N8D.
Under the pcisonal supervision nud management
Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana, &
Gen. JUBAL A. EARLY, of Virginia.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
JtTTVodcc TlrlcvlH nto Ten Dollar
only. lliiltr,$3. rmiiN.ftii, Teu(lix,l.
LIST 01" PHIZES.
1 OAPITAI. l'UIZE OF ItW.OOO 150,000
lanANDi'iuzhop tso.ooo bo.ow
lHUANDl'Hl.KOl 20,000 20,000
2 LiAHCIK Pltl.l SOP 10,000 2C,IK
4I.AItnKPl(l,EtSOr 8,000 20,000
aiPltlZKBOl 1.0C0 20,
60 " WO 21,000
ICO " JOO 80,000
2co " 200 i mm)
COO " 11 W,S1
1,000 " 60 BO.OOJ
lOOApproxImallou Prizes ot iMO (20 000
100 " 100 10,000
100 " " 75 7,600
"V7li PrIea, amounting to Siijwo
Aiipllcallon lor rates to clubs sbonld be made
only lo tho otnee of tho Uompany In How Or
leans. For farther Information write clearly, giving
(nil aihlre&s. l'ONl'Ad HOTV.S, iCipresa
Morev Orders nr New Yurk Kxchanite lu ordi
nary letter. Currcucv by Kxnrens (alt snuuol
st nnd upwards at our expense) addressed
ai. a, nxvvuiN.
Now OrloiuiH, Lu.
Make P. O, Jtoney Ordors payable and address
BeElstered Letters to
HI5W OltLlOANH NATIONAt. DANK,
Mow Urloauo, I,u.
HAVING IlEOENTLY VITTED UP A.
In connection with my PATENT PJlOUESy.
ara prepatf d to lurnlsh
lLLUs'lltATIONH AT NKW YOItlC PltlOEa,
I'hotocraplilneon Wood for thoTrade.
IIT.WVKNTH BTKKET NORTHWBT
F-fk.XJElXi5cr' Oa BBO
422-21 Eighth st., between Dandun.w.
Oloso carriages for woddlngs, calls and re I
ooptlons, EoardlDg and Ltvory utaula, ,.