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THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,. D. 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1883.
OUR GROWING COUNTRY.
lis Industrial, Commercial, Railroad,
and Agricultural Development.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Latest Reports from Leading
The receivers of the Philadelphia ami Head
ing IJailro.na ami Coal ami Iron Companies, on
the 2ctli nit., formally fciiriemlcreil lo the oih
cers of the comjwnies the control of the prop
erty of those eoriKH-ation. Proidont Gowen
Las issued a circular of instructions to omcers
ennouncine; that the company ha-resninetl pos
session niufcontrol of its piopertyaml business,
ml that, subject to a few change, all oliUvrs,
ac-ats, ami employees of tiie m . vers wiil bo
retained in the service of the company. Mr.
Geo. De B. Jvcim is appointed v;c"-president of
the coir.panv, and relieved of the duties of gen
eral solicitor; George If. Kaerchcr is appointed
general solicitor; S. B. Whiting is appointed
jrencral manager, and will iiave gMKra: charge
of all the biieinc.? operations of the eompany
Tlio shops, foundrv, &c. at Kesdiiyr. formerly
of thePhiladelphia'and JJoaslinjj Railroad Com
pany, arc plttcetl in possession of the Philadel
phia and Reading Coal and Iron Company.
Forestry bulletin No. 2o, from the census
bureau, just, issued, relates to the forests of
"West Yirgir.ia. It says that the f.nsts have
been largely removed from thn tuiio River
counties, and that the most valuable timber
along tho principal stream, especially the
black walnut, cherry and yellow poplar, has
been culled in nearly every pait of the State.
The area still occupied by whit- pine is esti
mated to extend over .'"10 square miles, and to
contain about 990,000.000 feet of merchantable
lumber. The lumber pioduct of the Snk for
the census vear w:ts 1S0,11"2.0:M feet of lumber,
12.071,000 laths, H.OiG.OOO shingles 41,yji,000
staves, and 1,1)3-2,000 seta of headings; total
value, $2,4.11 ,S57.
At the annual meeting of the stockholders of
tho Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company in
Philadelphia recently, the report of the presi
dent shows a credit to the dividend fund of
$G4,011.S0, after the payment of all expenses
and fixed charges, and two dividends during
the year of $1 per share each. The following
board of managers was elected: Joseph S-. Har
ris, president; Francis C. Yarmil. vice-president;
Edward W.Clark, Francis R Op Fisher
Hazard, Charles Parrish. Charles Winder, Geo.
Whitner, John Leisenring, James M. Wilcox,
Edward Lewis, T. Charlton Henry, Samuel
Judge Ingrahani, in the New York Superior
Court, on the 25th ult., rendered a decision in
the suit of Wm. S. Williams against tho West
ern Union Telegraph Company and others. The
motion decided was made for an injunction to
restrain the Western Union Telegraph Com
pany, during the pendency of this action,
from permitting the transfer of any of the
$15,526',o90 of stock of the defendant company
issued under agreement of January 19, 1SS1, to
the stockholders of that corpont ion. The court
denies the motion for the injunction.
A committee to plan an industrial school at
.Springfield, Mass., have decided to teach tho
a?tr,ir'c rr -n,ie oiwl ir. . nut ftll.
JllVUUJ V 4,lilA-09 (tUVA 11UU lA' IVW" V U . A
ijcs. TJie desire is to give the boy
tk will enable him to choose a
Wi he recognizes his oivnadapta-
Puircc or four vcars of his life may
Rd after he leaves school in trying
Foe liow be will earn his living, and
"rifling through ignorance and necessity
rork where manual labor, not brains, is
The statement of the business of all lines of
the Pc-nnsyhania Railroad Company east of
Pittsburg and Erie for Janury, lbii, as com
pared with the same month in 16S2, shows an
increase in gross earnings of $55G,03u; an in
crease in expenses of $159,211; an increase in
net earnings of $39G,792. All lines west of
Pittsburg and Frie, for January, 1SS3, show a
surplus over ail liabilities of $17-1,9S1, being a
gain, as compared with tho same month of
1&S2, of $132,233.
Three-fourths of the gradine of the Louis
ville Cotton Exposition site is completed, and
laying the foundation was begun on the 1st
inst. The immense building, covering fifteen
acres of ground, will be completed in July. It
has been decided to have botanical and art addi
tions. The managers of the American National
Agricultural Association arc in correspondence
with oliicers of the Cotton Exposition, with a
view to holding their annual meeting during
the exposition and in connection therewith.
An organization known as the " Red Rock
Coal and Mining Company,' with headquarters
in Dcs 31011113, Iowa, has been organized, and
articles of incorporation were filed with the
Secretary of State. The stockholders are Jay
Gould. Solon Hunmhrevs, Rusbell Sage, A. L.
Hopkins, J. S. Polk, F. M. Hubbell and J. S.
Runnels. The company organ izes with $1,000,
GG0 capital and is understood to own 1.500 acres
af coal lands on the line of the Wabash, in
A dispatch from Victoria, B. C. says that a
prospector, who has just returned from the
Kootenay district, brings a specimen of lead
and silver ore of great richness and pinky. He
claims the mines are of large extent, and he
esLimated that in one location there are 230,
OiKJ tons of ore in sight. The value of mines at
present discovered, he says, is $50,000,000. One
seam is 100 feet thick. He telis of veins of
pure copper visible in the hillsides.
Pittsburg manufacturers, wiio were inter
viewed yesterday, expressed themselves as glad
4h:it tho tariff battle is ended, although the hill
B3 p..saed is not satisfactory to all. Those en
gaged in manufacturing hoop iron and wire
rods say their business is killed. Pig iron,
sheet iron, and steel manufacturers also claim
to be greatly crippled. All agree that wages
will have to ba reduced, and some claim that a
general adjuotnieut of values will be necessary.
Over $4S3,0o0 have been subscribed in St.
Lou id towards the erection of a permanent
exposition building. 'J he scheme includes a
mu"ic lia'l, and the buildings arc to bo located
in 3isfouri Park. All branches of trade and
business are represented in th subscriptions,
mid the oni3 diliiculty scums to be to keep the
contributions within bounds.
The length of track of the Pennsylvania
Railroad laid w.thin the bounds of that State
aggregates 2.200 mins. This docs not include
side irark or doubk-d-tracked portions of its
lines. The total length oi the iincs owned,
leased, and Controlled east ot Pittsburg is
2,b.0g, including 400 mile?, of canals aiuffcr
ies. ThcbH. to incorporate the International Rail
leading spirit of the enterprise, which, is to
build a bunk railroad down the Iwkbonc of
the Flori:.- pciiiiisuln to Key Wett. The corn
puny has a iaige land grant.
la the cus of the Commonwealth of Iven-tu.-'.y
agn'asl the Ixmisvilh; and Nashville
Itatl.oad ( 'oinimny, Judge Jljyors at Frankfort
h.j. aCinn.ed the constitutionality of the act
c; -.Miflf a railroad commission, :nd divided
th.t. iUc State has to tax railroads a-cordin' io
tL .;-A.'ui.iMita made by. tie cosuniisamn.
The Cleveland I'nrnacc, CMnjKtny, operatii""
ni' r a lea- foi the ftiraauccand mints of the
: tibonville Furnaueu and Iron Company at
hi ubauville, Ohio, on tiiclstinsLiUihd. Their
li.iliiilie3 are $90,000: aseetb from $'JO,000 to
Governor Cleveland, of New York, has re
turned Ut tha Assembly with his veto the bill
reducing tiie rate of fare on the New York
L'-'Vated liai'ruid, wich s. uieMsige giviii" his
The peanut business is assuming large pro
portions: 1.50o,K-0 bushels are raised in Vir
riu'a.400,frfV) IhiIicIs in Tennessee, and 200 000
bushels in North Carolina. The total value of
the .iimaal yield is estimated at -2,6io,O0O.
Tho Pensr.fola and Atlantic Railroad was
fea&d for business on the 1st inst., and isrun
EiBS dr,iiy paveuger trains from Pensacolk
"iect to Tallahaijec and JaclLsonville, Fla.
The city council of Altoona, Pa., have passed
S resolution denying that Alloona had rciu-
fitcd or intended to repudiate any of her
The franchise and property of the cvr York
road tt fatamship Company Jnis passed the
Florida Legislature and been signed by the
Govcrnw. General Gordon, of Georgia, is the
Underground Railroad were sold on the 5th
inst. under mortgago for $39,359.
It is estimated that over 1,000,000 orange
trees in Orange county, Fla., will come into
bearing during the current year.
Tho receipts of hogs at Chicago for the pack
ing season were 2,823,000, against 2,813,000 for
the same period last year.
A Desperate Fight With a Michigan Wolf.
From the Ontonagon Herald.
One day recently as James Mooney was
driving from yoodbury's to the Ten-mile
camp a wolf confronted his team, boldly dis
puting the highway. The horses were urged
forward as far as possible, and turned into tho
deep snow oil the beaten track. Fortunately,
Mr. Chase was with young Mooney, but neither
of them had any sort of a weapon. The wood
man's ever-present axe. however, was at hand.
This Mooney seized and made for the belliger
ent foe, but the animal dodged a well-directed
blow aimed at his head, and the axe fiew from
Mooney's grasp. At this time it looked as if
it was about "all day" with the young man,
as the wolf leaped for him and made sad havoc
with his clothes, though it had not succeeded
in injuring him. when it had to turn its atten
tion to Mr. Chase, who had recovered the axe
and gone to the rescue. The agility of tho
animal caused Mr. Chase, in turn, to lose the
axe before having inflicted upon it much injury.
Young Mooney again got the axe, and luckily
hit the wolf a shunning blow on tho head. The
howl of rage and pain it uttered, as it fell,
frightened the horses and they began to run.
Mooney dropped the axe to stop the team, and
Mr. Chase dispatched the wounded be:ist.
Tbc Connecticut I'hic Liws.
The famous blue laws of Connecticut enacted
by "tho people of- the Dominion of New
Haven,' were so called because printed on blue
paper. They prohibited fhc ceremony of mar
riage -being performed by a parson, on the
strange ground that a magistrate might per
form it with less scandal to tho chinch. Adul
tery was punished by death. Wearing clothes
trimmed with gold, silver or lace above one
shilling a yard involved a tax on the person's
estate of $15. No one to cross a river on the
Sabbath but authorized clergymen. No one
shall travel, cook, make beds, sweep houses,
cut hair or shave on the Sabbath. No one
shall kiss hio or her children on the Sabbath or
fasting days. The Sabbath day shall begin at
sunset Satin day.
Statistics of the rr.inco-l'rassiiin War.
In Aupust, JF70. 7S0.72S German soldiers crossed
thu French frontier, followed during tbc war by
2J-J,70 others. The soldiers temainingiu Uermany
wero-400,000. At the clo'-e of the armiiec the Her
man army counted SOV.'JS men. The army beaieg
ins: Paris numbered lhti.OiW men, while the Palis
CTirrbon numbeied 20.000 men. The number of
combats in which at least one company, one
squadron, or a battery was engaged was 7CG; 333,:-fl
French pri-oners were s-ent into Germany. The
French lost 107 lla-J, 7, 1-11 cannons and 5i"i,0M fire
arms. The Ios of the Gel man army was 129,000
men, of whom -IS.JiOH weie killed and SS,KJ3
Mounded ; 17,572 were killed on the Held, and 10,710
died in consequence of their wounds. The battle
of Gravelotte cost -JO.IM men ; Mar. la-Tour, 13,700;
AVoertli, 10.GJ2; Sedan, 9,021; the mcrc of Pans,
12,oC9, ami Metz. !,371. The. number of shots from
held fruri3 was 3G2,Gf2. The soldier used SO.OOOW
cartridge.-, the most beiuv: by the Third Corps at
Mars-la-Tour, where 720.O.W rifle-shots weie lired,
and the batteries tired 10,500 gicnades.
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Keuew of the Week in Wall Street and Closing
Special to The National Tribune.
Nnw Yoitic, March G, 1SSJ. Tho market to
day has been undeniably weak, and the close
shows quite a falling oil' in prices. The decline
in prices was considerably assisted by the ac
tivity in money, the loaning rate for jirhich
extended from 7 per cent, as the lowest to 15
per cent, as the highest, and closed at 10 per
cent, to 12 ner cent.
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Pomlicrii fttxir o,uitl; xti in rholcu Extra V -6ftt7 123.
"Vlicjittaii'i loisit, fj.eii0il i;f5?ic higher lor iuturcs.
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aini !:ilily active tM'CUItition; No. 2 n-il CcrMllcaUs at
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Jun- -.1 i'if.Vi I .,i. IJ ttull aaii r.uwi:ml. Corn m
ic. ldhi--, 1I wt-nk, with atlviinic alriost lost;
MeapiirTo .U.7)t- Ji-. - iii.'.c m Eli-ator 72'a,r:;c.,
Ajml . .'(; . ..'jt, ilay TWjj.h'.c. oats f.urly active aatl
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edSl-lbo. I'ori: steady and fyirlv actlxe; ms f IJ i'Vul
!! W .it.fMG&I4o Aj.iil, &iy l('o.l! .lo May. I.aitl
ojH'iiod 2.1 points hicher, tut iv:ikunil and declined
7W-iy lio,iii. i:cii"Uiiii; piimo steai' afjll .i',u 67's
fijmt, ill 57(iill i7 April, 11 0HJ1 : May. Kiefylits to
LiveriHHd liiiii; Cottoi. per fcteaiacr ,'d , ami WJit.it 5'jd.
CniCAon, Mar. 0. '.Mic.-il higher ai.d Etea"y; regular
$1 0.'i. Mau'.i. $1 ,&. a j.rll. -1 l-i'i.i M.iy; ?,'o. 2
rtnl Whiter ;l 11 ; No. 2Spilm: at 81 lObi.1:. Oirn attlvo
and hiKln-r: iS,,f.'.'J-. ej,sl), &!l4(w.c. April. u'X(ci,-tc.
May. ium aulct bill higlicr at 43ic. rali and "April,
4,'jf. May. It.w finnerat Co'j"'"'1'. l)iv-d IIo:s s.ro
scarce :uid aim at 7 '.Wc; . .'oik lover ut MS u.V,l. 10
.-?, S:s 2d'cSls2o April, Sis :'-t is tia May. lnd Is
firmer iiiitclofcIeasilvr at 511 27'jf.tll no cai!,ij lj'j(i)
11 n April. Til .V ;t .17Jft May. llu'.l. Miats mo in fiiir
deninmi; t-UouidiTi, s7 &, ncrt lih fio, sliort tlear Sin 2.1.
Wliinkj- -iwly at it 17. At tho tloiini; call V, lirat
fc. o. loaei. Com steady. Oatlnttilar. Piorlsiona
Nov Vohk, Mar. C Kecves Itecclpta l,2C-) hoad
Dcinand fctiarji raid taaikct active tit an ndiaticc of .,c.
ei Hi.; cataiaoa to juiuio Stiers toll at $ 3 .jO(.7 2" per
10j 11. live ii'ciKi!:. EtporterK used h.1 cttilond:, and
paid ?u("Zu KJ per UK) His. Sheep Receipts 2,7ou head,
j.latlat flrni at ?." I2fc.7 2.j per loo 1 lie. fur poortopiiaio
Slierp, and iH.at ycailinn hold at fs per 100 lbs. Hvrtno
Ih-ceiptn S'.toO; laarkct steady for live Ho'3 at j7 Vifiul 60
CiiiCAo, Mar. C-Hogs cceh.ta 12,000, and sh'jv
inenW 4.0J; liiatket uiie-.en ; ipiality poor; common to
good mixed iiOJ5ort7; lie.ivy imtkiiifr and sliippins 7 25
7 05; lilit ; 4(7 lu. liittle Rctcipts 2.1M), anil
b!iiii"nisl,Ci; actlviai'tl firmer ; prices WlOc. higher;
exirfiit hirers of i,nj to 1,.V!0 llts. at SAfOWiSSJ; jioor to
choic.- fhljipias SJ 7'C ; 7 ...il ' -J2 7-)Cu J 2o for Covs
and 4 Aj- fox Steers; stuckem and Jv" ' 3 fiigp.
Sheep R eipt.i 2,KK. niiipiiicnts 2.C00; iaii.tt tliiu ;
poor lo prime natives $3 7&&0.
Li ci!i"fi Mar. (i. Cotton R telpta io-diy 10 COO
Mies, 1,750 Aiiii-rican. Sales 8,000 bales. 0.000 balcj
Ameiican. Mmket rliowol a moderate inquiry, freelv
snpplieil; Huddling I'phiads 5 9-19d., and OrlcansOll-likl.
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deli vcrv. Uplands 5 33-Cl(55 27-CI(tJo30.()ld.; March and
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Mavainl June C 42-my-1 41-Cld.; Juno aid July 5 43-01
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r&A&i J5'A;WM.r'S&' Hot prlncs, Art. JnnoSd.lS32.
ikvy-CCBiS WonLn JUnT'G Co. Gents .-Tim New American Aluminum
YSRS3 Ooll Watch I ordorod of you somo tlma a vrns ilnW re-Vl!inf!-Ji?fL
eo v d, and I am bo well plca-f d with it Ilia I oncloso Sevjn
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It is seldom that we meet with an article that so fnllij corresponds
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Hatch, It has the mlvantage of being made of that precious metal
Aluminum Gold; its works are of the best make, and the general style
of the case ranlc it with the best Watches made anywhere. We recom
mend it to our readers as a Watch that will give entire satisfaction-
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DESCRIPTION OF PICTURE.
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o whom his wife has just brought his mid-day meal.
'SI10 carries in her arniH tho baby, which is reaching
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dolly in her arms, waits patiently by till her turn
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strong relief tho beautiful figure of tho mother,
whilo in the shadow, beyond tho garden wall, an in
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indicates that her luxurious Mtrrouudings arc but a
poor substitute for tho health and happiness nho sees
In tho faces of the group below, ho most delicate
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amount of golil In tho composition to Klvo tho watch a
genuine gold appearance. Indeed It cannot bo told
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tho metal Ftands the acid test a: well as purogold. Tho cases
are finely enpraved or cngino turned nnd are masslvo and
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cood strong watch and an accurato time
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Increase of" Pension's. Pension laws are more lib
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unless successful in procuring the increase.
Restoration to Pension Roll. Pensioner who
have been unjustly dropped from tbc pension roll, or
whose names have been stricken therefrom bv reason
of failure to draw their penMon for a period "of three
yean, or by reason or re-enlistment, may have their
pensions icncwed by corresponding witli this Ilou-e.
Desertion fiom one regiment or vessel nnd enlistment
in another is not a bar to pension iu cases where the
wound, disease, or injurv was incurred while in the serv
ice of the United States and in the line of duty.
Land Warrants. Survivors of all wars from 1700
to niarch ", iS-w. and certain heirs, nre entitled to one
hundred and sixty acres of land, if not nlreadv received.
Soldiers of the late war not entitled. Lnnd warrants
purchased for cash at the highest market rate, and
assignments perfected. Correspondence invited.
Prisoners ot" War. Ration money promptly col
lected. Turloiich Rations. Amounts due collected with
out unnecessary delay. Such claims cannot be collected
without the furlough.
Horses Lost in" Mcrvicc Claims of this character
promptly attended to. Many claims of this character
have been erroneously rejected. Correspondence in such
cas-a 13 respectfully invited.
Homily and Pay. Collections promptly made.
Property Taken by the Army in .States not in
Incurred ion. Claims of this character will receive
special attention, provided they were filed before Jan
uary l.isso. If not tiled prior to that date they are
baricd bv statute of limitation.
In addition to the above we prosecute Military and
Naval Claims of every description, procure Patents,
Trade-Marks, Copyrights; attend to business before the
General Land OllU-e and other Bureaus of the Interior
Department, nnd all the Departments of the Government.
"We invite correspondence fiom all interested, assuring
them of the utmost promptitude, energv, and thorough
ness in all matters intrusted to our hands.
GEORGE E. LEMON.
To all Ornccns and
SoLiur.ns who LOST
HORSES or EQUIPMENTS during the late war.
Congress has just passed the Bill extending the time
for tiling claims for Horses acd Equipments lost by offi
cers and enlisted mn m the military service of the
United Stnte3 for One Year only, and all claims of
this class which are not tiled in tiie proper Department
on or before January 9, 16S4, will be forever barred,
and cannot be received, considered, or audited by any
Department of the Government. Without doubt, no
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present these claims, tlionsauds of which, honest, due,
and unpaid, arc still outstanding, and have never been
prepared orsubmitted. Immediate action on the part of
those interested Is imperative if they desire to recover.
GEORGE E. LEMON,
015 Fifteenth Street, Washington, D. C.
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT?
a rough sketch or (if vou can) a model of your
Ion to GEORGE E. LEMON, IVasIiinatoi:,
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NO CHARGE IS MADE.
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is payable. Thus you know beforehand, for nothing,
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able unless it really is patentable, so far as his best judg
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nation "is had. Design Patents and the Registration
ol Labels. Trade-Maries and Re-issues secured.
Caveats prepared nnd tiled. Applications in revivor of
Rejected, Abandoned, or Forfeited Cases made.
Very often valuable inventions are saved in these clashes
of cases. If vou have undertaken to secure your own
patent and failed, a skillful handling of the case may
lead to success. Semi me a written request, addressed to
the Commissioner of Patents, that he recognize Gi:or.on
E. Lljion, of Washington, D. C, a-j your attorney in the
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ence can be given 10 actual rliri ts in almost every county
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