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-yV THE WASHING TOH CHITIC, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 25, 1885. 'irffljL tj. "'""ft- t. jnao 1 WASHINGTON OUITLO. Publlthcd DUr (BanSnys Excepted) , nv The Evening Orltio Publishing Company, oil d btbket, roar huildino, AMl'HKMH.VTS TONKIItT. AllwtiRlr- "IIh' Many Wiir," nt H:l p. m. VordV- Ciiii i:iuecnrrlruhun. , llerzog'n Mu.'ctim "I'ni'lo Tom' I'uhm." Tlirnlro CtimUiiif - " loin." Dime Museum - specialty l'erforininieo. Weather Indioations. 1'nlMvonlher Mmllcutcd for tho Middle At lantic Mntos. To-day' 'iRiiipernlurc. Local Meteorological report for Mnv 2.1, 3885 1 Thermometer rending ut !J n. m., KlKll; 7 n. m., (IO.(l: J t n. in., ll.lJ. Report for Mny 21, 188."i! Menu temporu luru, (I l.H; innxlmum, Mi.!I; minimum, )i.7: incnti relative humidity, 87.0 er cent.; total precipitation. Inappreciable. CITY ITEMS. 'Aldci'iicy liulry Wiigin" 1'imIi Aldcritev butter, churned every morn Ing nml dcllveml In i lli. "Ward" print, life.. Hit 11'. AIo cottngo eliecno. Iitiltcrmllk nml BWeet milk. fie. per (it. (.'roam, I5e. porplnt, "AldiTiicj- Dairy Witgom." 1'rwh Aliliinioy Imttcr. churned uvory morn ing mid delivered in M ii. "Ward" print, 10c. per K. Aim cottugo cheuso, Imttormllit nml cvvcct milk, Be. per qt. t'lonm, 1fto. par pint. JCtir.nv plaid culls toonlor.SlH. Hamburger' MiiKth'N Old Sliiuil," Old 1) street norlhwoit. buvs conto second linml clothing. Koto liy mall attended to. Iliitiy Cm-rlnges, refrigerators, cnriets nnd furniture old on weekly or monthly )nyincnt itt Smlth". ll.'J Now' .Jersey ni'iiuo northwest. Kek our SO limits to order. Ilutnburgoi '. YmtiiK JMi'iit ISeml Till. TIio Volliilc Holt Co. of Mnrnh:ill. Midi . ..dor to fimkI their celebrated KlcctmVoltiilr licit null otlior electric nppllnnccs on trial for tlilttv days, to men (young or old) ufllleted with ncrv oils debility, ln or vltnllty nml manhood, mid nil kindred trouble". Alo for rheumntUm, lieurnlgln, paralysis, nnd many other tlWcaic. Complete restoration to health, vigor nnd man hood guaranteed. No risk Is Incurred, as thirty days' trial Is nllowed. Wrlto them at oneo for Illustrated pamphlet free. CiiASullrm exterminate moth? nnd bod-bug' DriinlwiniUHS or tlio T,tiiior Ilulilt, ('nil lie Cured Ity'Ariniliilxturliif; Dr. llitlnc' Golden Specific. It can bo given In u cup of coITeo or tea with out tho knowledge of tho person taking It, of lectlng n speedy and permiuient euro, whether the patient U n moderate drinker ornnaJco hollo wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been made temperato men who lmvo taken tho Golden .specific In their cofTeo without tholr Icnowkdo, mid to-iluy holluro thoy (pilt drink lnc of their own froo will. No harmful offect roMilt from Its ndmliilstratlon. Cures ituaian tied. Circulars and testimonials sont free. Ad- ill CSS, GOI.UKN Hl'ECIFIO Co.. IR'i Itaeo St., Cincinnati. (), For sale by It. K. IlclpliPtistlno, Kbbltt llonso Rrtis Store, and nlso corner Fourteenth street and Vermont avenue. LOCAL BRIEFS, .'trim Kus-lnnip5 will ho lighted ntniid flight mid extinguished nt .'!::!) a. lit. -r.v. Dii. Aimisox, while on his wny to Trinity (lijiiscopnl) Church yesterday, wns tnKcn Avlth lillloiiH colic. "VniT-SrxiiAY wns colchratcd in the Cath(ilio,''pii'Coral mid Lutheronchtirehu.s here yestcrdny fiy special services. A ln-YKAU-or.ii girl named Kda llur roughs, nftcr donning ninlo nttire, has dis appeared from her home in Montgomery County, Md. CitiAKD r.xci'r.siox to Ten Mar on Decora tion Day, Mny !), from llaltluioro it l'oto mno llailrond btntion. Fare, round trip, ?z. ijiio notice oi leaving nine, oi train. Tin: anniversary week of tlio Wnyland Seminary begins to-day. To-night there will be an rutcrtninment nt the college building; Wednesday, exorcises nt Calvnrv Baptist Church; Thursday, thu iilumni re union tnkes place, nnd Friday the nnuiinl festival. Coi-o.vnr, W.m. 15, 11ou'li:i oiC03 15 street, nn old gentleman 05 years of ago, broko his right leg in two places nt thu 15-slrect Skating llink Saturday night. The Colo nel, notwithstanding liisngo, isn conspic uous figure nt the rink. IIo wns trying a feat of nn unusually intricate nnturo when he foil. He is attended by Dr. Hiuckling. Miss Cm;vi:i.asi) and her guest, Miss Nelson, wove the occupants of the Presi dent's pew yesterday, llov. Dr. II. M. Storrs of Orange, 1 .!., occupied the pulpit. "Christ " was tho subject of his sennon. Frederick Douglass and his wife occupied n pew. Maumagi: i.ici:khi:s lmvo been issued as follows ; Walter Ilanes and Funnie Itlunt, bot)i of Hnnovcr County, Va.j Thomas II. (libson and Winifred A. Tay lor; Thomas Davis and Ilattio Lee, both of Blndcnsburg, Md.; AV. .1. Suttlo and ICmnia J. llrace, both of King (Jenrgo's County, Va.j Wm. Ailninson, of 1'rinco AVillian County, and Ida Lynn, of Fairfax County Va.; Henry .loucs nnd Mnrio Now man; John rainier and Katie Mills, both of Unltimore, Md.; II. L. Nilson nnd Catherine Miller; 15. N. Fell, of Lindon, JCng., and Annie M. l'nlnier of New York city. . A I'olli'll Olllcel- lllKMid. Two Italian musicians were arraigned in tho Tolicc Cpurt this morning on com plaint of Oillccr Colo for beggimr on tliu street. The policeman stated 'thai lio caught them on tlio street passing around tho-hat for pennies. "Is that nil they did?" inquired His Honor. "Yes," was tho re ply." "Well, that Is not begging under the law," said tho Court. "Case dis missed." Tho policeman was hissed by Ids fellow-ofliccrs ns lie loft tlio stand, anil tlio poor old musicians wended their way out of court after spending tho night in thestntion-houso. - Lutheran Convention. The American Kvangolical Lutheran Immigrant Society begins its sixth nuiiuat convention at tho Lutheran l'lncc Me moiial Church this evening and closes to morrow evening. Tho object of tho so ciety is to labor for the spiritual wolfaro of nil Lutheran immigrants from German und Scandinavian countries. The address of welcome will be delivered by Dr. Dut lor, to which a response will bo matlo by liev. J. N. Leuker, president of tlio society. That Mali-Trap. George W. Armor lias entered suit against the District of Columbia, claiming $20,000 damages for injuries growing oul of his falling in JamesCreekCanal. On a moonlight night last autumn he mistook the water for a concrete pavement and barely escaped with his life. IIo was con fined to I'rovidenco Hospital forsovcml days afterwards. His cliargo that tho canal is not properly protected is a very just one. , Judgment fur Oihiiukoh AIIIi incd. Justice Merrick in tho Court in Gonoral Term to-day delivered tho opinion of tho Court in the case of J. 'If. Mctlill against tho District of Columbia, alllrmlng tho judgment of tho Circuit Court, which ?avo tho palntill'somo llvo years sinco $V 000 damages, although ho demanded $20, 000 damages for injuries received from full inpinto an area-way on Seventh street, between Fund O streets northwest. Good Tinnpliir Items. A. Knlstroni, 1 G. W. C. T., and W, T. JJallcy, esq,, representatives to It. W. G, li., yvlitch meets in Toronto, Canada, to jnorrovr, has left to attend tho session. Tho Grand Lodgo session was largely at tended, mid a great deal of important business was transacted looking to tho unread of temperance nnd tho benollt ot the order, Orcanlo weaknoss or loss of power in cither sex, however Induced, speedily and Iionnaunntly cured. Inclose throo lottor fctamps for hook of particulars. World's VH yownry Medical Assoclutlon, Huflalo, N,, Grand excursion to Ten Mar on Decqra- lion Day, May 0, from uaitjmpro iwro . jnao Itailroad station. Fare, round trip, j;uo notice of leavliuj tune ot tram. OFFICERS ELECTED. Noles of Iho United Order r tlio (lulilnu Gross. The biennial session of the V. O. O. C, which bus been in session In this city for a week past, closed Its labors on Saturday evening. 'Iho following Is a corrected list of tho olljcers who were elected ut a late hour on Fatunlav and publich Installed In the parlors of the National Holclby Dr. John H. Morgan of Knoxvltle, Tenn.i Supronie coniiuander, W. II. Solomon, lloslon; supreme vice-commander, Mrs. 15. W. Atkins, Knoxvllle, Tumi,; supreme keeper of lccord", W. It. Cooper of Knox vlllo, Tenn.; Mitircnie treasurer, J. 1), Swain, Nashua, N. II.; supronie prelate, Itev. 15. L. Dolph.Grcensliurg, Intl.; su preme herald, 11. -Mitchell, Jr., Klttery Point, Me,: supremo warder of the I. O., Mrs. N. S. Woods, Nashua, N. II.; su premo warder or the O, (l O. Knight, Washington, D. C; supreme trustees, N. S. Whitman, Nashua, N. II.; Wilbur II. l'oweis, Uoslon; A. M. Mellaril. Washing ton. D. Many of I be New I5ugland nieiuber.s left for homo on the 10 o'clock p. in. train. Those that tciiuiin will spend n few days in viewing the oily. A large parly visited Ml. Verimn tmlnv. und nearly nil of the distinguished visitors will nttcud the grand visitation ut .Meridian Commau ilery. corner of Seventh and L streets, tills evening, it is expected that tho newly clcclcd ollleers of the Supreme Com niandory will be jiresunt and address the 111(1111101?. Win. II. Solonian, the newly elected supreme commander, Is one of the best known men in tlio order, having served as grand t-ommanderofthe State of Mas sachusetts for the past four years with great acceptance, lie Is about : years of ago, was horn in Vermont and has been Ibrseveral years u resident of Souiorvllle. He is also u member of the Knights of Honor, and in lN"l!wasa delegate to the lllght Worthy Grand Lodge of Good Templars from Vermont. He is a Ulan of iniich ability and experience, anil his se lection is u guarantee of a successful term ill the order. .1. D.Swain of Nashua, N. II., the su preme treasurer, is u native of New Hampshire, and is re-elected treasurer for the third term of two years. IIo is AS years of age, is superintendent of the Nashua Iron it Stool Works, a company employing JiOOorlOO hands. Hols nn ac tive and trusted olllcinl and a thorough business man. W. It. Cooper of Knox vllle, Tenn., the supreme keeper of neeoids, is also re-elected for the third time is a younger mini that his associates and lias a thoroughly practical business knowledge. He was one of the earliest members of the order, and his devotion to the order is unbounded. John D. Young, M. I)., supreme medical director, is a resident of lloston, but is bet ter known as the supreme commander of the lT. 0. G. C. for the past live years. He was born in Corlnna, Me., and is '15 years of age. He may with safety be termed a "Jinef," as he is a member of nearly every older In- existence, lie is a practicing physician, and for the past '20 years lias resided in Lawrence, Mass. The members of the V. 0. G. ('. went lo Mount Vernon to-day on the W. W. Cor coran. The grand commander of tho District of Columbia, rnited Order of the Golden Cross, will pay his llrst olllclal visit to Meridian Conunnndcry, No, 178, this evening, corner of Seventh and L streets northwest, on which occasion it is ex pected t lint thesupremecommnmlec, Wm. II. Solomon;riiesiipt'cmcmcdical director, John 1). Young; llev. 15. L. Dolph of In diana, Wilbur 11, I'owers of Massachu setts. It. G. Osbom and it. 0. ltotlirock, M.D., of Tennessee, W. It. Cooper, su preme keeper of records, and many others will bo present, including Dr. John 11. Morgan, tho founder of the order. WEST WASHINGTON. Suhtcriptiont und advertisements for Tun Clime rccdvcdul C. II. FieUinrfdtugtore. Tin; Ni;w I'neroit or Giiach Oituncii. llov. -Mr. Grilllth of West Virginia who has accepted the call to Grace Church preached his flrsl sermon as rector yester day, taking his text in tlio morning from St. Lukexxiv, -10, and in the evening from St John Iv, 10. Mr. Grillltli is a very line extemporaneous preacher, and his congre gation are delighted with him. Cosv.u.isrKXT. The many friends of Mr. C. II. Fielding will be pleased to learn Hint he Is n little better this morning. Si:niois Acciukm, Thomas Shanks, a lad about 15 years of age, who was hurt some days ago by a fall from tho roof of Mr. Coon's store on Thirty-second street, while flying a kite, is in a very dangerous condition this morning, the injury to ills spiuo having affected his brain. Hois a son of .lames 11. Shanks. IIowdyism. Shortly after midnight last night some unknown parties got into a noisy altercation in front of the car olllce on M street, but wcro arrested before any body was seriously hurt and sent down for disorderly conduct. Tin; Potomac Itivr.it. Temperature of the water at Great Fulls nt 7 n. m., 09; con dition, !i. lteceivlng reservoir, temper ature, 72: condition at north connection, IIO; south connection, lid. DLstriliutlng reservoir, temperature, 71; condition ut influent gate-bouse, ;i(l; nt clllueut g.tto house, !i(l. Tho following ligures Indicate tlie condition of tho water: Six to 8, very turbid; 8 to 15, turbid; 10 to 22, slightly turbid; '22 to ao, clear. SOUTH WASHINGTON. Uric First Tail". Tho Rteamor Mary Washington made the llrst excursion trip of the reason yesterday. Tlio steamer has just been thoroughly overhauled on the ways at Alexandria, Foi'Nij Dk.i. Anita Lawson, a colored woman about 10 years of age, residing all alone In houso No. 173 Virginia avenue southwest, had not been seen by her neighbors for tlio past several davs. The fact was reported to Officer Hutchinson yesterday afternoon, who forced his wav Into tho liouse, and proceeding to her bed room found her lying across two chairs, dead. The Coroner viewed the body to-tlay and gave a certificate of death from natural causes. EAST WASHINGTON. Outdooi: Daptism. Key. Noah Dillard, pastorof Mt. JCion HaptistCliurch(colored), naptlzcd llvo persons in tlio Eastern Urnncli yesterday. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Gioat Iti'itiictlon In AVest-lloiinil Itatos on tlio I'eiiiiHylvunlii ltullioiid. A general reduction In tlio West-bound rates will go in elfect on tho Pennsylvania Itailroad on Monday, the 25th Instant, as follows; Chicago, $13; Cincinnati, $11; St. Louis, 510.50; Toledo, $12; Columbus, $10.50; Indianapolis, $12; Louisville, $11.50; and a corresponding reduction will bo madu to all points Weit reached by tho Pennsyl vania system. Three dally fust trains leave tlio Haiti more fe Potomac Itailroad station, viz.: l):10a. in. (fast lino); 7:10 p, m, (Chicago and Cincinnati express); 10 p. in, (Paclllc express). COURT RECORD. COUnT IN flENKIIAr. TK1I51 .IlHtlCOS C'OX, Jnmos nnd Merrick. McCilll vs. District of Co liunhlaf opinion by Justice Merrick, anii'inlns tlio judgment of tho court bulow. feeond National Bank vs. Ilumo and Cleary; a now trial ordered. Fisher vs. Ughtliall; opinion by Itistlco Jumos, ntllrmlng JuUgmoiit below, Ilcnjmnlnet id., vs. KNeiuau; on hoarhr'. Kqi-itv Corm Justice Hasjnnr. Duvall vs. Mitchell; exceptions overruled and auditor's report confirmed. Caldwell vs. Nlhlo: rule on eomplalimiit to employ counsel. Klehorn vs, Coiilaw: trustee authorized to roeelvo p.iymont In ruth. Tnylo vs. Wnrrem sulo wtlliud and reference toiiudltotrordrod.shuro:ry.Tuo!er; commission to gut answer ordered to IsSuo. 1'lsbcr vs. l'nlne; commission to got aimver ordered to Issue. Ostiums vs. (Mlutus; dlvorco grand d. Proctor vs, I'ltzueruld; pro confosio as to H. C. fltzgorulil Rrnnted. CaittiNAi. C'ol'ut Justloo HaoArthur. Fred erick J. KssMlinau, inunslUKhiiiri nrrltmed nnd plended not guilty. JilmW. Urnw, pru sentfiiR false vouchors tfourcasea cousullilatitd); or. trial, THE AKMYAND NAYY. Notos of Intorost to tho Sorvloo From All Along tho Linos. Captain Jacob Kline, Kighteciith In fantry, Is on leave at his old home in Zanesvllle, Ohio. Commodore David II. llarmonv. chief of fhe llureau of Yards and Docks, has re turned from his ofllrial visit to the Nor folk Navy Yard. Major Asn II. Carey has been designated by President Cleveland as Acting Paymaster-General during the absence South or General lloehester. Captain Philip It. llemingtou, Nine teenth Infantry, lias been granted one month's leave from Fort Clark, Texas. Ills home is in llnlllmore. Colonel Caleb II. Laylon. Twentieth in fantry, was unable to reloin his regiment to go with it lo Molilalia, and is stilt on sick leave in llalthnore. Lieutenant Leon A. Mutile, Kleventh Infantry, has been granted two mouths' leave from Fort lluiord, Dakota, and will be at his homo here very soon. Captain Fdiiiond llutler, Fifth Infantry, at Fort Keogh, Montana, has been granted Iwoniotilhs leave and has permission to apply for two mouths' extension. Captain John II. Place, Tenth Infantry, will Inspect recruiting properly at Haiti more, for which Captain .Sevens T. Nor veil, Tenth Cavalry, Is responsible. Lieutenant Itcnjamln Mundny, assist ant surgeon, t H. A., has been transferred from Fort Klamath, Oregon, to Fort Walla Walla, Washington Territory, for duty. General liobert Allen, retired. V. H. A., who was chief quartermaster ol the terri tory west of Ihe Alleghanles during tlio lebellioii, is now living in London, Eng land. Naval Constructor George W. Much, who arrived here last week from the Marc Island Navy-Yard. Is still at (he National Hotel, but is looking for quarters else where. The 12-!neli rilled 51-ton gun rcecntlv built at the South lloston Iron Works, (s now in New York wailing lighter trans portation to the army proving ground at siandy Hook. Colonel Horry will visit Washington to consult Secretary Kndleott in reference to increasing tlio accommodations at Now port llarracks, so that a regiment can lie quartered there. Lieutenant F.dwnrd Otho Cresap Ord. Jr., Twenty-second Infantry, son of the late General Onl, is on sick leave at San Antonio, Texas, from the Cavalry .School at Fort Leavenworth. The wife of Lieutenant C. S. Sporry, IT. H. N., who formerly resided in Annapolis, will sail for Kurope inn few (lavs. She will llrst visit Paris. Lieutenant Bperry's present duty is on the Furupcan station. A general court-martial is in session at Fort Cut d'Alene, Idaho, of which Colonel Frank Wheaton, Second Infantrv, is president, and Lieutenant William J. Turner, Second Infantry, judge-advocate. Lieutenant Henry Do Haven Waite, Fifth Cavalry, is hero on leave from Fort Monroe and visiting' ids grandparents, Chief-Justice and Mrs. Walte, at No. 1115 1 street. He will remain until to-morrow. Major Win. P. Huxford, retired, IT. S. A., who lias been employed by tho Gas Coiupnny here for a number of years, con templates resigning ills position with the company and removing to New York city. General Nelson A. Miles lias sent Lieu tenant Oscar F. Long, Fifth Infantrv, aide-de-canip. to Port Angeles, Clallaiii County, Washington Territory, to investi gate tfie thioatoned Indian troubles near there. Muior Josenli P. Saucer. First Arflllerv. aide to Major-Gencral Scholiold, lias been ordered to accompany tho Fifth Cavalry in its march across the country from Fort Laramie, Wyoming, to Fort ftcllv, ICnn., and return to Chicago. In tho Fifteenth Infantry, First Lieuten ant Cyrus W. DeLany lias been transferred from Company II to Company II, and First Lieutenant G. Frederick Cooke, from 11 to II, Lieutenant Cooke is n son of the late Governor Henry D. Cooke. MnjorCaiob II. Carlton, Third Cavalrv, is president, and Lieutenant F.dgar Z. S'tee ver, adjutant Third Cavalry, judge-advocate of a court-martial which has con vened at Fort Davis, Texas. All the members of the court are of the same regiment. Lieutenant-Cotonel John Mcudculiall, Fourth Artillery, now commanding at Fort Warren, Huston harbor, will change station to Fort Trumbull, New London, Conn,, July 1, on the arrival of Mujor La Ithctt L. Livingston, Fourth Artillery, from Foil Monroe. Major William A. Kldcrkin, commis sary of subsistence. lias been granted two months' leave, und will bo here shortly with his family. -Mrs. Kldcrkin is a daughter of the late Dr. Gurloy, pastorof the Now York-avenue Prcshytcaian Church during tho war. Lieutenant James N. Allison, Second Cavalry, inspector of rilio practice, and William 11. Abercrombio, Second Infantry, aide-de-camp, both on the stall' of General Miles, have been temporarily assigned to ! Company A. Fourteenth Infantrv, at Vancouver llarracks, Washington Terri tory, for target practice, General Kdmund It, Alexander, IT. 8. A., nirlvcd at his home in St. Paul last week, accompanied by his daughter. Mrs. Guido N. Lienor, of tins city. Mrs. Liehcr, who is the wife of Colonel Lieber, Assistant Judge-Advccate-ttenernl, left hero several weeks ago with her father for a visit to West Point, and will remain in Minnesota during tlio summer, whore slto will bo joined by her husband for a time. Commissary Sergeant John J. Howiuan has relinquished his unexpired furlough, and is ordered to duty at Fort Hays, Kan sas; Commissary Sergeant Francis- McCaf frey Is transferred from Fort Hays to Al catraz Island, Cal.; Commissary Sergeant Kmll Miller, from Alcatraz to HenlciaJJar racks, Cal and Commissar' Sergeant Horace Hutts, from Camp Poplar lllvcr, Montana, to Jacitson llarracks, Now Or leans. Secretary Whitney lias issued an order doing away with one of Secretary C'liand lcr'slatest, and, as ho thought, most im portant reforms. Tlio detail and assign ment of officers was entrusted entirely to Commodore Walker, chicfof tho llureau of Navigation, until October llrst last, when Secretary Chandler took this im portant work out of his cliargo and as signed it to a board of detail composed of Commodores Walker, Sicard, Schley and Harmony, chiefs of tlio naval bureaus of Navigation, F.quipnieut and Recruiting, Ordnance, and Yards and Docks. Secre tary Whitney has issued tlio following or der restoring all but the most important assignments lo Commodore Walker's cure. - Tlio Cnthnllo University. The Oakland (Maryland) Democrat of last w.cck contains somo views expressed by Archbishop Gibbons during his episco, pal visitation in Garrett County recently Referring to the Catholic university to bo built In Washington city, tlio Arohbisliop said that there wero but throo points sug gested for its location before tlio confer ence of bishops, to wit: Seton Hall, N. J Philadelphia and Washington, Tlio monetary considerations, covering moro than a million dollars, would have given the location to Philadelphia, but tho posi tion and future of Washington city, its great attractions to students und men of letters, the facilitjes allbiiled by tho mu seums, observatory and other scientific es tablishments, together with tlio advan tages to bo derived from tlio moorings of Congress, turned the scale in favor of tlio Capital City of the Republic. A Distinguished Group, Samuel S. Cox, Daniel W. Voorheod, Governor Gray, Josoph 15. MoPonald and John it. Fellows confronted live bunohes of damp mint, in line of battle, at tho Riggs this morning.. Mr. Cox rclatod some of Ills choicest storio and ho was voted a prime minister. Grand excursion to Pen Mar on Decora tion Day. May SO, from llaltluioro ,t Poto mac Railroad Btntion. Faro, round trio. ?i. Duo notice of leaving time of train, I J ho Ileal Mailer Willi the Water. "There Is no sense In abusing Captain I.vdcckcr," said a local engineer to-day. "If the Potomac water should happen lo be polluted he could not help it, and if it became necessary to remove tho wasto welr half amlle'down the river It could only bo done by the National Hoard of Health or the Secretary of War, by con sent of tlio Governor of Maryland Hut there Is nothing In this sensation about polluted water. It is simply n project to lmvo somebody else appointed to Captain Lydccker's place." FINANCIAL ANlTcOJlJIEIlClAL. Wall Slice.! Gossip. Nr.w YoitK, May 2.'). Money 1) percent. KxchfiiigodiiU, Governments llriu. Cur rency, 0s, 1201 bid; !, coupon, 122, bid; lis, coupon, 1123 bid. The slock market opened dull and heavy, and prices de clined steadily throughout thu morning. Now York .Stock .Mnrlict. Tho following have been furnished by howls Johnson & Co., blinkers, comer Tenth street nnd Pennsylvania avenue: NA.MK. o. ilr.M, I KAMI.'. ill'.M. NY Cen.. I.Shoio... Can S SAM saw Krlu. 10 I, k Nash. JOJI V I'nt'lllo. IIIK .,,7 - it NWest...' OI ai ,,esL... Ulyk H'Kh ' " icn.e CJIAKtl', (ltl I84 III, &W..1 ;n,v (j.. iu'jm luiM Ni'n 1'uJIall...1 fill-M rr ' "prof. ., w Vnloii..i (KIM (lro Trans i I iir, Hoek Isl.. Mo Pa... Tex Pa.. UeKfc II. ("en l'n.. Oil IIH 11 Wabash.. 77M i'.Oi Chicago iUiirltefs. Tho following summary Is by II, K. Plain & Co., yt. (loud building, Ninth and V streets: I ii. l,. Wheat Juno.. July... All?..,. Corn Juno.. July... Aug.... Outt Juno.., July.,. Aug..., I'oik Juno., July..., Aug..., Lard Juno.. July... Ml!..., 8!)UI oiki nail .KIM, 1(17?! ivm il'J'Jftl IK 10 O'i.WIO 10 ill (17H (i 75 (I finhjui 1K1 KIM lll III '10 I li,'S mil fiitZ SW- 'JHU 8.-1 '10 874 !).- IIOIITW 05 111 07J-4 (10 ' (l(l'JK 70Wl (17(1 77& (I77H The Opening niurhcl. CincAUO, May 25. The markets opened excited and lower this morning. Some of tlio longs realizing 011 tlieiecent purchases and line weather is given as the cause. Compared with Saturday, grain is about ic lower, and provisions ten cents oil". Washington Stocks. Tho following nro tho closing quotations of tho Washington Stock Kxclmtluo to-day ns fur nished by Jlessrs. Towers ic (Irccn, hankers: 1WI. Washington & Georgetown bonds 115 Metropolitan stock H I'd Columbia stock :m North Capitol and 0 street 40 Aiincostln 8 Washington City (lasllght Co l'JH Gcoiwtown (insllghtCo 107i I'ranklln Insurance Co II7H National Metropolitan Insuranco Co (JO National Union Insurnnco Co 18$ Ai IliiKtim Insuranco Co 1:10 Columbia Insuranco Co 11 (ciman-Amcrlctiu Insuranco Co l'otoinno Insurnnco Cu 15 ltlirgs Insuranco Co i)H Hoard of Public Works (Irccn 8S Jtnsoulcllall bonds 102 Wnthlngton JIaiket Co. stock lllj " " " bonds Inland mid Beaeoast Co. stock " " " bonds Washington llilck Machine Co. stock.... 11H Hank of Washington (It) Hank of Washington iU) National Metropolitan Hank Iil5 National Hank of tho ltcnublle 150 Farmers' and Mcciiunlcs' National Hank Georgetown M7 Citizens' National Dank UK! Second National Hank llii Central National Hank Great Falls Ice Co 89 Itcal Kstnto Title Insuraucu Co Pennsylvania "I'elephono Co 5(1 Chesapeake & PotomaoTolephonoCo.... 5IIJ3 V. 8. KlectrleMght Co THE CELEBRATED Dyckerhofi: Portland Oemeab The StroiiKcst mid Host Known to tho Trade. II. I. CltANl'Ollll., Solo Agent for District of Columbia. Office 1-118 V street northwest. Warehouse, 11. U. lllscoo's wharf, foot, ot Tenth street southwest. , Orders promptly filled and deliveries made to nay part of tho city. PAVEMENTS, anANOWTIHO AHTIFIC'IAL STOI ASl'lIAI.Tl'M, NKCCHATICI, JUS! fctrects, Sidewalks, Stables, Hasements 1 Cellar Floors, or wherever a Solid, Smooth ( Uurablo I'avcmcnt or i loor l.s required. Outers promptly attended to and all wi guarniitccd for tho term of five years. NOTICK. All rcincseatatlons thnt tho abovo workl now neriorincu uy mo, is nil iiuringuincuii nny rights of others, or that any court has held Is Incorrect. 1 guarantee nil patrons of my work ngaf any claims or suns lor damages. II. L. CltANl'OKl). No. 1-118 V st. n. v Tclcphono Call No. 881. myt!5 m.tw,flm HATS AND UMBRELLAS. lackinaw Straw Sa The. celebrated MACKINAW STlt.UV n manufactured by I DUMLAP & GO. of Now York Now Reaily, j Pearl and Doo color, Dress and Derby 1J la all sbapee, at WILLETT & RUOFF'I Bole Agents for Dunlap's Now York nut 005 PEXKSYTjVAKIA. AVENUK. For Bargains in Dry Good QO TO I iKunncua ULAKK, 1 811 MAItEET Hl'AOI Can ue iiaa cheaper at the F uepariiueuiol J Ii.Mcnlll.i!nali! IlulldlDR 8upill, Nos. 008,010,1)12 and 1)1 Ircet, lliifeiloors wmtcf thu l'utfiit Oillce. ciedlaicly adjolbtng Kullonal mile' Aran llinn st any other eatalntibuient lu the city, you wish to bur even the smallest quanut wlille lead, oils, van.lsh colors, dry ot In oil. send your addicts on & puntal earn aud nprln; price-list 01 cvtry artlclf Bold lu this depnrtml will be sent to you by return mall, reaching t lu a few hours' iliue by leiter-carrler. Tills prl list gives the price ot tinlf-plm, pint, quart, hi gallon, gallon, and live Bullous nf esch kluq oil, turpentine, dryer, varnish and other llqu soldb) measure; nlso. prlco per nuarter-puu half-pound, pnuLd, Ave, teu, twenty. llvo 1 IIO pounds ut esch article sold lir wclirhi'. also. : and prices of miscellaneous artlclen. The prl are graded acrurdlng lo the quautlly buui Lame buserseet very lowest nrlcts: small h erspuy as lisiuly higher rate My prices llxed. AH buyers buying the same laiaaltty t the same price. The lue.perieuoi'd buyer a tbesarueprlceastheoldeitpnliitcrlf hebuysl samequauilty, ill er examining my pnce-usiseim ynur onl by mensenger. It lt-lio eor by null.nuu tliey ; bu mini prcmully kiidlbe 1111, m per prlCH-l collecli'doii delivery, (loods delivered to imiis oflliocltv. The other departments oluiy tiuslness hivn croKU tosatlslnciory proiuriion. I unti gtveuiy special MlcMlon 10 Ibe l'alnt PepartUK-iit, Aid expect, by bavins; & full supnlr nf llrst cUa goods, icllli g I hem allow prMJ aud iiulrn prompt deilverlea, 10 sreure a liberal snar ol the public pal roui-gc JAMKS U. McOlI.L. f)fKl,-rin UiiUillun Nunpll . ivts lu. n niiolill()si;-t. W. B. HA.RHOVBR. 813 HEYE.NTU Hl'BEEr KUItrUWiST, STOVES, RANGES ant! HEAPE3S, House-KurnisbiliB Oaode 8TOVEand 1'UHNACIi REI'AIKS. DON'T KAIL TO VISl)' Dooloy's Eialto Fountain, 3d St. and .Pa. Ave. S. E. . BE3r SODA WATEQ IN THE CITS, o. iill SIIU tiifeiO'-'H m 11:1 88 1)1 I IK! I -K1J41 '10M' 'oil jviLi! 10H7H1" 1100 111 11 V-'kill (III,-, , (I 0 7n I (I (IB'JH' (1 SECOND FLOOR. Parasol Week, Parasol Week, Parasol Week. Those Lndles who exiicetlo find n (llsplny of liili-prlced, fancy colored, and odd Mylesof J'unuolH, vlll be illfnpiiolnted when nllendlng tlio so-called I'urnsol Week at LANSBUEGrH & BRO.'S, to-morrow or nny day this week. IsTOI (.'uteiiiiH. ns we do, for the ioiulnr trnde, our Hieeltillles nrc confined lo) Staple, Plain and UseM Parasols. A'e study 11, 0 wnnls of our patrons nnd olfer goods Accordingly. I'lcne l'urcliKHc Klsewliere, if on Inspection you imngtne yon can procuvj belter vulue outside of I.nmburgh it Jlro. 300 Beautiful Quality Satin Coachcra, 10-rib, Pararjon Frame, natural wood hnn JIc3 at SI. 90; c 0,-) body sells them at $2.25. 250 Kandsono Quality Satin Gonolicrs, 12 rib, paragon framo, new Qar, In all colors, at S2.25; 1 ojular prlco $2.67. ioa lliem. 75 AIISllk ronijcc Parasols, with new canopy top, or cither flat sliare, pararjon frame, at $2.43 ; actually worth $3.50, 80 Fine Quality Bltck Satin Carriage Parasol', lined, at $1.11; rcduoid frjm $1.69. IIO Extra Quality Satin Coachcrs, In all the now colors, canopy top, paragon frame, with fancy tips and handles, it $2.19 ; told everywhere at $2.50. GO Beautiful Cuallty Black Satin Parasols, lined with high colorod finest change able silk lintnr, paragon, trimmed with very deep Spanish Guipure lace, at $3.98; have been $4.75. Gingham Umbrellas. Gingham Umbrellas. Wo have still en hand (although they have bcon selling very rapidly) about 250 more of thcte F'ne Quality Scotch Gingham Umbrellas, In 28 and 3 J inch size, wll offer thorn at 69) ; they aro awfully cheap ; sold at a special price of 90c. every where. Examir.o them. Silk Sun Umbrellas. C Ely One Diive this Week, and that a Big Bargain. 400 H'iv Twilled Silk Sun Umbrellas, with fancy and blaok handles, in 24-inch slzo, at $i.62 ; sold as a leader everywhere at $2.25. Exatnlno them. Children's Parasols. ttrfrr.t r 32 variety of Children's Parasols, In all Colors and Shapes. LANSBUEGH & BRO 420, 422, 424 and 426 Seventh Street. YIGTORTI Si ems tovbethe principal ambition In this ago of man. Patlenco, perseverance nnri a iitiio nfth will hrlno It. nrovldlnij your reputation, whether polltioil or other- and Integrity befo-c tho oomnunlty you one In Illinois re-electing General Login to ami uls, 30H, ere-nn- ?ot- Ids, ort no oz., tlo nro -nr- k", all ,Kllt loud I?0tl ilu- U nf tor oils iwn iwn Jin- mo 'llo ,J f-rccul thlnm lli rjun UmbrolluH Itui t ara toj8, il. J 1 lotrif.Cen'eJlir.ln liluek. 1B lm ft 25e, 20 Inch ilijK'airiijsii IW - l'idi -7o. I 1 lot of Mieijlu's, Jiut lu; tliey r.r ohoap ut A. KAUFMAN'S Double 1241 iinil 1243 Eleventh Street Southeast. SECOND FLOOR. HOTJSEI and publb for the untlrlna efforts to give the i mado I. a ra'o to appear with new novelties add the same sometimes, when they are in We have made our Introductory and wo shall dlALS : Sl.no. Wo nut thum In at 31.05. Colors mn ilnti lilue, navy, brown, myrtle, w.uo, llclit bluo nml cardinal. 1 lot of very nno Illnek Sntln, n Inch, AU-Sllk Laco, sllhlly ilnnuiffeil, 81.03; worth 31. If you nro innkliiK preparation for examina tions unit eoinnicneoments como und i-ub our resulnr lino of koo'Is lu Iii'lln r.lncn, Flno Mtills, rerslnn I.nwns, French C.imbrlos, Swiss und Kulnsoolt. A'o eiui kIvo you a hoaiitlful lino of narrow, ineillum, wlile uml nil-over to match nuy of these (.-nods anil nt thu rlK'Ut prlos. Wo can never slight our Jtllllr.ory Depart liicnt. It may not lio ns Inrso ns somo, but wo will iniarantee our Belectlon and our work equal to nny. Cull und le.ivo your order; you will bo highly pleased with our stylo, 100 rolls of new fancy matting Just arrived by last.steuiner. 1 lot of funey Matting l'JHc 1 lot of fancy Mnttlus 15c. 1 lotof fancy JlntthiB 18e. Flno Matting at '-'Oo. Very heavy Matting at 25c. Our llrussels Carpets nro moving Blow. Wo nro going to offer 10 teloct stylos this week only at OUe. 200 largo slzo Drussols Mats lc. Cur Boot and Shoo Parlor. Another lot of those Infants' Shoos Hie. Children's Sprlng-heol Shoes, from 55o up. Children's Spring-heel Shoes, Pump Solo, U'Jo. Ladles' J.nstlng Slippers 25o. Ladles' Lasting Luco Shoes Btic. Ladlos' Hand-turned Oxford Ties, only (lo. Ladles' Opera Slippers 55o. Ladles' l'ehhlo llutton Shoes O2o. Wo lmvo three cases of Mlssos' drain llutton, wl; eh wo will clow out nt Hie; warrant thorn solid, Full lino of dents' Oxford Strap T!u nnd llutton. which you will Und mario.t nt fcurprh lug prlco, such as llflo, 8i.n, u:o mid nuinur ous other bargains troin the balance of our ox tenslvu Btonk irpm ull tho wulMmoA'n Miiuu fuetuilng Companies. combination Store CARPETS AND FURNITURE. Julius Lansburgh, 316 Seventh Btroot. GABPBTS ! FUBNIT UBE ! Anil Unholstory Materials. & 415 Seventh St. N. W. Carpots, Furnlturo and Upholntcry, Mow Canton Jldtllngt, n largo Btoclt ot Uabv Oar nonce, aud tlio celebrated Alaska Eefrigerator. Window Screens aud tho Colobratod Wood CnrpctfDg. Loose Covers for Furniture n Specialty. Carpet, Furnlturo, Bedding, Dra pery and Upholstery Warcrooms. 801 MARKET Ijl'AO, 303 & 010 8th St. n. W. PIAN03 AND MUSIC. WA81IIMOTON i 817 Marltot Bpacc, Va. nvo,, neir OIU at. no.1,yorl" JJ'Utliuoroi 112 ritth nvonuo. 201 20U W. llalto. at. MANnFAOTniicna or Grand, Upright and Square Piano Fortos. Wo beg to announco to our-Washlncton pa trons tlmt desiring to offor tliom greater fdclll tles in tholr dealings with us, wo uavo oponoit waroroomo at 817 Market Spaco, Pa. avc., near Oth 3t., WASHINGTON. Tho samo nro conducted directly by our selves, and ciiBtomora can doal with us tlinro to precisely tho samo ndvantago as at ourllal tlmoronnd Now York cstabllahmonts. A lull Tiseortinont of our various stylos ot Grande, Uprights and Squaro riauos will con stantly bo found on baud. WM. KNABK & 00. 2ri'IAN08 FOB HENT. Tunlug and ropalrlng promptly attended to by oxperlonccd woramon, m28-Uni lEincrsonjStecIc & Ban's Fiauos WIlfVIT Ar Whltn nn,l iri.nKnlf fHna lllnnnn nn.t ,-.. ... op lustallmontp, rontedoroxchnngod; ront np pltod if purchased, ' HENRY EBERBACH, 915 F St. Managing partnor ot tho late urm ot EHIb & Oo. DUCATOINAL. rjlIIE HOWE DUBINESS 80UOOL, 517 HEV X entti street o. w., short, condonsod course In prnctlcal bookkooplng, rapid poumaushlp aud English branches at moderate ratos ot tuition. Morning, afternoon and night ses sions, Olvll-Servlce preparation a spoclulty. Shorthand, Elocution and Mathomatlcs by a special tencber, np30-tf .T. II. BltYANT, 1'rlnclpol. 1U8INES8 EDUCATION for young nnd tali J dlo aged mon aud womon. Spring aud summer setslons of tlio Sponcorlan uusluoss College, corner Ninth and 1) sts. n. w. IUpld writing, bookkeeping, rapid calculations, Eug IltlilnupuBgo, sleoogrnpby, typo-wrlting, otc, thorouishly ti.ught. Tuition: Year from data of entrance, dBycrnlglif, $50; tlireo moutlif, day, i'iOj night, $ldi ouo month, day, $7: nlgbt, $5. Rnpld writing only 12 lossons ja. uau vi ceuu jur eiicuiart. I1ENUY O. 81'ENOErt, Principal. A. BPKNUKU, Ylcu-Ptlnclpal. 8AIIA vronwooD institute, 1212 and im 1 ldlb st near ldih-st. Circle. Select nosrdi log Hchool for young ladlos, Sessiou '85-'8(l opens September 30, 1885, Early application uecetsary, as number or boarders will bo limited. FINANCIAL AAwWVVAAi TOWERS & gkeeh; Bankers and Insurance, WASHINGTON, D. 0. Transact a General Banking Business. Deposits Subject to Gheck. Special attention glvon to Departmental nnd otber Collections! Buy and 80II U, 8. liouds and all District Secutltlos, Wo lssuo Drafts and Circular Letters of Credit on Europe and the East. , u. K. PLAIN. W.-H, HIBB8. B.L PLAINS GOJrote. Grain, Provisions, Petroleum, Stocks, St. Cloud Building, Ninth and P Sta. Vrancb Offlco: National Ilotol. WASHINGTON, D. 0. city Rctoroncos National Bank ot tho no. public. Chicago Corrospondonts MILMINE, HOD MAN & CO. constant quotations ot tbo Chicago and Now York Markets from direct private wires. I'. B, LILLEY, T.A.BSNDIQ, F. B. Lilley & Oo. BANKERS AND BROKERS. Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions and Petroleum. 1427 F BTBEET N. W WABHINGTON, D. 0. BRANCH office 1 S. Holllday St., Baltimore tsynallway ana otber Bocurltlos bought and Bold on Commission only. Btocks and bonds bought tor Investment or carried on margin. tr WOOD AND COAL. COAL! "WOODl JOHNSON BROS,, WHARVES AND RAILROAD YARD 12th and Water Hta. 8. W. HRANCU YARDS AND OFFICES, (Oonnoctod by Tolophono.) 1202 F street northwest. 1515 Seventh Btroot northwest, 171H Pennsylvania avo. northwest. 1112 Ninth street uorthwost. Cornor 3d and K streets northwest. mynit 221 Pennsylvania avo, southwsst. Drew's New Drug Store, NINTn AND PENN. AVENUE, tsrilpp'n all ulgbt. PH0T0-EU&EAVII6-. HAVlNH KKUKNTI.Y FITTED UP A Photo-Engraving Establishment, In coDiieetlou with my PaTKNT PR00E83. mu pr-jiril tn lurnlisli ILlaJhTltATIONb AT NKW YORK PRICKS. ilmiognpulug on Wooil for tUs Trade. MAURTOB JOYOE, 1H KLWVKNTH HTKKKT NORTHWT 122-21 Eighth st., botwoou DandEn.w, Close carriages for woddlngs, calls and ro ceptlons. Boarding ana Llvory etabla, fclaaie& Fl m -B ( '. j. fs it, if" 7Cb. JTw jidjrcu-jj !..