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WW?- ,s-ypB ten" p'a--- 5' V "-yf fiVjti -$- - sv.; THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MOKNXSTG-, MARCH 28, 1881, National Republican. WASHINGTON', D. C, MARCH 2S, 1SS1. OUR PREACHER. ' BY CHAKLEY STEEL. The preacher knew, rvcTot the slightest doubt, WScn calling on my young and pretty wife, That I was not at home, but had gone out. But I returned, and never in my life . Beheld a sight that caused me more surprise. I thought Uiey each disliked the other quite, And really I could scarce believe my eyes, The preacher had an arm about her, tight, Herheadupon the preacher's shoulder lay. One arm around the nreacher's neck wasironnu, And while thev stood there in that loving way. Their lips met! ye, they kissed; I heard the sound Why did I not rush in the preacher kill ? Was I not wild with rage? Oh, not at all. They threatened to repeat it. Hope they will, Our preacher is a woman that is all. HAMS. The store maple sugar is now known as the oleomargarine of the forest. Boston Tran script. " He a doctor ?" said old ChawLones, speaking of a young practitioner. "Why, he could not cure a hain." A Chicago woman's corn has been bothered with a foot for thirty -seven years, and despairs of ever overcoming it. Courier-Journal. A speechless woman in Oswego has recovered her voice through prayer, and now there is no hope of ever converting her husband. An ex-prize-fighter is postmaster m an Eastern town. His old fighting nature is still in him, and hardly a day passes that he does not lick a postage stainn. While the procession was moving up I'Vurth avenue on St. Patrick's day a man rolled out a barrel of ashes, and all the marshals' horses in that vicinity came to a standstill Pact. Philoxeuus was sent to the stone quar ries by Dionysius for contemptof his verses. Being recalled he was invited again to hear them. After listening patientlv for a time he got up to go. " Whither now V asked Dionysius. " To the quar ries," said he. We have received from a young lad' In DcKalb County a song entitled " My Heart is in the Highlands." This certainly is rather embar rassing; but if vour liver is still in Illinois and -working well, vou will probably weather the spring gales. uiucago lnuuiie. THE PRESIDENT'S KISS. The Jncltals' Pursuit of General Garfield mid the little White-Haired Mother. One or two brutes, in writing about tho inauguration ceremonies, have taken occa sion to attack President Garfield, in such language as might be cspected from their class, for turniug after he had taken the oath of office to his mother and wife and. kissing them. To afTord ground for attack the act was described as one per formed before the gaze of the great crowd of offi cials and multitude of the spectators. Premising that this is true, one of these writers in the Nation, in a communication which could hardly have passed under the editor's eye, questions whether this act of the President was not "the exhibition of a sentimental ity as false as It was obtrusive." Much more of this general character appears in the course of this remarkable article most remark able, however, from the fact that it was allowed admission to the journal which printed it. The attack, though couched in. decent language, was, in spirit, coarse, brutal, and vulgar. It was based on a falsehood, in that it assumed the act of the President to have been one paraded before all eyes. The exact fact about the matter is this: At the outer edge and in the centre of the great plat form erected at the east front of the Capitol for the inauguration ceremonies there was a small one, rising a few inches above the floor. Along the cen tre of this were three chairs; General Garfield sat in the middle one, with President Hayes at his left and t he Ch icf-Justice at his right Mrs. Hayes sat back of the Chief-Justice, with General Garfield's mother next her on the left and Mrs. Garfield next to her. The baluatrading along the front, heavily draped as it was with flags, almost entirely, if it did not wholly, conceal these ladies from the vast audi ence in front, while those who stood 'back of them shut them in from the sight of the mass of officials ou the platform. A few of the correspondents who had been given scats close to the presidential party, and a few of those near General Garfield as he turned from the platform, in common with all the rest, saw that he stooped to kiss his old mother and then his wife, ivho sat next to her. It was an act as far removed as possible from the spec tacular, and there was scarcely a dry eye in the whole circle which noticed this beautiful act of filial aud manly devotion. There had been a multitude of moist eyes in the Senate chamber, as one after another of the great crowd there1 recognized the white-haired mother of the President. There had been many more as she was helped down the steps of the cast porch and forward to a seat near her sou. Her presence was the one touching feature in the ningnificent pageant. American manhood and the representatives of the foreign nations un covered as she passed to do her honor. To eery one, while the tears started, there evi dently rose up a vision of the long road from widowhood and poverty over which she had struggled with her boy, seeing him rise step by step from one success and honor to another, up to tnis position of crowning triumph. It was the subject of general mention in all the T, . ,., wuniu iiiiuugiiuui uie uay, ana to tue nonorofl meats loose snouiacrs ana ciear riD siaes, none oner 11 mT. j ..i.i j it. ... - , . i inc do nnpked. BSZSUci baenn slionlrtp.rs. Rt p1p-h ...., iuubu auu luuiiuicu, uie act was rcicrreu to iu tones that Indicated deep feeling, and with eves which told how strongly the Incident appealed to the most sacred feelings in the heart of man, What memories must have rushed through his mind as, turning from that platform a President, his eyes first rested upon that aged, white haired mother, and under these circum stances he stooped and kissed his mother and the wife who was supporting her, while tears stood in the eyes of the Utile company of witnesses. Aud iu thus honoring his mother he surely hon ored both himself and the high office he holds. The brutal writing, even if smuggled into respect able prints, will not cause the great mass of his countrymen to forget their manhood and decry that of the President himself. Washington corrc ?londence Cincinnati Gaulle. Don't Believe It. The Philadelphia Chronicle says that " the Princess Dolgorouki, the late Czar's morgan atic wife, thinks of coming to this country to marry Brick Pomeroy." Gammon! Brick is as bald as an ostrich egg and chews tobacco. Dolgorouki has her eye on a distinguished fat man connected jvith the United States Senate a man too great to be blown up all at once. That is the kind of a Iioop-skirt she is. Aetc York Cormaercial Artvcrtticr. DISTRICT COURTS. Si'rnnME Counx of tjie Distkict Chief Jus tici: Cakttke and Justices Wylie and Hao nkk. Cartlej' feStanton vs. La Albra Silver Mining Coinpan3'; argument concluded and cause submitted Circuit Coukt-Justice MacArthcr. Lolber vs. blnpmau; Judgment set aside. Moses vs. Spaids ctal.: commission to take testimony in Chicago. Ill ordered. Meyar& Co. v. Ferguson; judgment by de.auIU Gray vs. Douglass; defendant ordered to Kive further security by to-morrow. United States use of Lyles vs. Thompson et aL: motion for order to take testimony refused. District of Columbia vs. Washington and Georgetown Railroad Companv: or dered to be heard in the general term in the first In slano. District of Columbia vs. Metropolitan Ka.il n.':,Y Company; same order. Taylor & Co. vs. Stock still ; leave granted to amend declaration. assignments ron to-day. Supreme Court of the District Chief-Justice Cartter suid Justices Hagner and James. No. C3. Citizens' a- ftfttt.ll l)al,)r . r,1lnn. tV- - Tl.r.l!L iiaoeas corpus; jno. tz, Wright vs. Ualker; No. 73, Barber vs. FvmIpsnvinpTlrinl.-- Vrt ?z ri..wt n.nni. Life Insurance Company vs. Hosmer;No. 9, Richards . .ii;u-Kau, Iiiturance Company; No. 45. Brown et aL vs. Salter et al.; Io. 21S. Brown et al. vs. Salter et aL; No. 190, Moore vs. Barber etaU No. 291, Morrison vs. Kenne bec Ice Company; No. 314, Snyder vs. Stinzing et oh REAL ESTATE, The Oniclnl Transfers or Saturday as Record eel. Mr. J. F. Olmstead presents the followiug transac tions In real estate iu the District Saturday, as re ported to him by the Recorder of Deeds: On Eighteenth street, betweenBandSstrectsnorth west ; sublots It and S (40 by 142). square 133; John W. Bulkley to barah H. Johnson, 121. On G street, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets northwest; partoflotii(30'feet 4 inches by dt p. ) ; John Quiucy Adams, trustee, et ah to Joshua O. Sianton, $4,400. Ou M street. between Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets northwest; sublots 9,10, 11, and 12 (SObvloc feet), square 139; C.-A. James et al., trustees, to Luther A..SwartzeU,$l,210. On M street, between Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets northwest: same property; Luther A. Swurt zell to Hellen & Nicholson, M.GG4- Ou Seventh street, between M and N streets north west; part of lot 15 (north 20 feet by 95 feet 7 Inches), square 424 ; Mary Stinzing to Julius Hugle. 5200. Ou lour-aiid-a-half street, between M and N street southwest: sublot 6 (25 feet by 130 feet), square 54j; Henry Messer to Patrick IL Morgan. S2.140. On Pennsylvania avenue, between Ninth and' Tenth sVreets northwest: part of lot fi (west a feet 7 Inches bv depth), square 379; Wlliam B. Klbbev to John C.McKelden;S9vear lease. ".. w On A street, betweenSecoiidnndThirdstreetssonth east; sublotp 17 by 07 feet), square 76 William and J:ime V Ca,vfs l?-niry Colvis, nominal. Oir Pennsylvania avenue, between "Thirteenth and fqui04i southeast 5 lot 13 (60 feet by depth). Also all of square northeast of square 10S5. bounded SentoS2tSIaVei,IIe' 0eor avenue,-andpff! On:PeiiusylvanIa avenue, mmpr -piour.tt. .. east, lot 4.square, l(W3; and -"-. MONETARY MATTERS. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL NEWS. Wall Street Transactions The Latest Quotations In Stocks aud Government and State Bonds New York and Balti more Harkcts. The following observations on the transactions In Hie financial market Saturday, together with open, lug. highest, lowest, and closing quotations, are fur nished by the banking-house or H. D.Cooke, Jr., & Co., 1429 F street, Washington. D. C: 3 3 u a Name of stock. at o J o 5 American District; Atlantic and Pacilic Tel. Canada Southern CJ 45 80 u 24 23 42 100 85 121 110 103 47 SG. 1111 67 131 Ct 123 91 51 111 122 45 SO'S ma 21' Zt 4i'i ICO 45V (OJi 1G5 24i 23 4Sii 100 85 72 122!f no?r 1U3? 47'i 55JS 102'f in 1JI van 915 51 wi 25 , 3s;x t!4J4 niitT 122K 101 79Ji 43 Wf Z0!i 43; $i 5gv; rsia em 45S 73?i lG45i 24 23 42L' 10U 83 7S 120 Vtiii llCi Chicago. Burlington and QJ f. U.CL U ., Chesapeake and Ohio. Chi. SUP. M.&O do. preferred........, OntraX Pacific J 85 Chicago, St. Louis & N. O 72 1215 no J02J 47.'4 55?i 67 I2'i go; 12SU 9IJi SI " 122 Mii 45i 3S1J 1MJ dcu, locKawanua & V.. Delaware and Hudson... Denver and IUo Grande... Krie Hannibal and St. Jo. ........ do. preferred......... Houston and Texas... Illinois Central... Irou Mountain .... Lake Shore .... .Louisville and Nashville .. lake Erie and Western ... Michigan Central .. Morris and E.-vsex . Mobile and Ohio 3i 101JJ fi7 131 CJ.'f 91 SI hi;; 122 24 Jf 44 3s; 114 i"i" i2i?; lEif 100 7fi)i 40 67 29 42 3i;r 5.t 132 60 25 45 38 114 141 122 132 101 77 42 69 29 42 31 56 132 60 Missouri, Kansas &. Texssii Manhattan .Elevated .. Metropolitan Elevated. xri i vim. xijunicu. New York Central .... Northwestern . do. preferred .... New Jersey Central.... 144 122'i iutf 7SJJ 411 C7JJ 30'i 4l2 35JJ 56!f 132 fiOK Nashville & Chattanooga. JNoniiern 'acmc........ do. preferred .-. Ohio Central Ohio and Mississippi Ontario and Western ......... Pacific Mail Rock Island . Heading ...., St. L., Alton and T. H. St. Paul do. preferred.. , San Francisco . do. preferred . .. Union Pacific. UOJf J22 40J ttlfi HSU lH'i 70 4G 83 uu; 122 40'J C2i IISi in: -y 46 83i 110 122 40 62 117?; 112 73 45 87 111 122 wa 62 119 113 79 45 8S 4 Western Union . do. extended Wabash. St. Land Pacific do. preferred ., "The following were the closing quotations for Gov eminent bonds: OOVERNMnjfT Bosns rnitedStntes4 per cent, coupon United States 4 per cent, registered... United States 4 per cent coupon United States 41. per ceut. registered United States 5 per cent, coupon .... United States 5 per cent, registered... United States currency sixes IMXffltUg. :x ....H2(SlI12 ....tlllll iii;i(aiiVi ,...101Wt01?. i $ 101 $101?, ,IXJ United States sixes ol 1SS1, registered... ..102OS"J2 District of Columbia 3.S3's. coupon ...102 By Associated Press. STATU BONDS. Georgia 6's . .. 109 do. To, inort . 112 do. Ts, gold 110 Louisiana consols 59 Missouri 6's . 110 St. Joseph 10S N.Carolina old 33 do. new. 20 N.Carolina funding. do. sp'l tax. Tennessee 6's ........ do. new . Virginia 6's....... do. new ... do. consolid'd 12 6 66 (H 32 32 115 do. deferred . 14 SUB-TKKAStJRY BALANCES. Gold $21,931,621 1 Currency. J4.109.405 New Yokk, March 26. Money was easy at 46 per cent, on call, and closed at 4 per cent. Exchange was firmat4S0 to4S0for long and 432 for short sight. Governments were quiet, but firm. State bonds in light demand. Tennessee old declined to 66; South Carolina sixes, non-fundable, sold at 5. Railroad bonds were firm aud higher. Kansas and Texas firsts rose to 10G: do seconds to SI; Texas Pacific incomes to 81; Chesapeake and Ohio currency sixes to 52. The stock market opened generally strong and higher, Nashville and Chattanooga showing an ad vance of 1 percent., and recording a further advance of 2 per cent. The speculation, however, soon be came weak and prices declined 2 per cent., the latter in Nashville and Chattanooga; but at the first board a firmer tone prevailed, and a reoovery of 18 per cent, took place In which Northern Pacific and the coal shares were most prominent. Near midday the market became unsettled, with a downward ten dency to prices, and after the second board, when tho lowest figures of the day were touched, the decline from the nighest point ranged from to 4 per cent., the latter in Nashville and Chattanooga In the final sales there was a recovery of l per cent., in which most of the active shares participated. The transac tions aggregated 375,937 shares, including Canada Southern. 8,200; Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, 115,100; Delaware and Hudson, 9,700; Denver and Rio Grande. 5,100: Lake Shore, 16,900; Louisville and Nash ville, 1 400; Mobile aud Ohio, 2,000: Northwest. 11.109; Nashville and Chattanooga, 7,600: New Jersey Central, 43.400: Northern Pacific, 11400: Pacific Mall. 8,200; St. PauI,23,4C0; Texas Pacific, 1,100; Union Pacific, 22,0); Wabash Pacific. 5,800: Western Union, 4300; Chesa peake and Ohio, 3,200; Erie, 21,40); Iron Mountain, 5,100. Baltimore Stock Board. Baltistouk, March 2 Virginia sixes, deferred, 14; do consolidated, SO; do second series. 33; past due cou pons, 91; new ten-forties, coupon, 91 bid to-day. PRODUCE MARKETS. .Baltimore General 31arlict. Baltimore, March 26. Cotton dull; middling, 10c. Flour dull and easier; Howard street and Western super, $3 234 00; do extra, $4 253 00; do family, j5 156 00; City Mills super, ?3 254 00; do extra, $1 255 00; do family, 0 256 50; do Rio brands, C 25; Patapsco family, $7 09. Wheat Southern Iovi en steady; Western steady and firm; Southern red, $1 17 1 20; do amber, $1 2312& No. 1 Maryland,?! 22; fl orn quiet and steady; Southern white and yellow, 53c; Western mixed, spot and March. 53j453; April, 54 55c; May, 53ft54c: steamer, 5252c. Oats dull; western white, 4546c: do mixed. 4445c- Rye firm at 51 10. Haj" steady: prime to choice Pennsylvania and Maryland, SIS 0020.00 per ton. Provisions steady find nnipl mrs3 Tinrlr nln !!; .rirt- now 41R.rn llb- I --"--,-- - y" f , v.. ..v. ww, ...., 7.wwv, uu.n. ing; do packed, 6Slic; bacon shoulders, GJic; clear no siaes. ;sc: nams, mmix. Jjara reuned, liyc. Bntternuiet; prime to choice Western, packed, 1322c; roll, 13,22c. Esgs steady at ISc Petroleum nominal; refined, 8c. CofTce quiet; Rio cargoes, ordinary to fair, 1012a Sugar firm; A soft, 9?ic Whisky dull at 31 10. Freights to Liverpool per steamer quiet; cotton, 7-329-32d: flour, 22s 3d per ton; grain, 5d. Receipts flour. 1,897 barrels: wheat. 50.S92 bushels: corn, 114, &3 bushels: oats, 5,650 bushels; rye, 793 bushels. Ship mentswheat. 91.002 bushels; corn. 135.723 bushels. Sales wheat, 373,692 bushels; corn, 273,799 bushels. New York General 3Iarkct. New Yosk, March 20. Cotton quiet; sales.854 bales: uplands, lOJic; Orleans, lie; consolidated net receipts, 12,074 bales; exports Great Britain, 10,538 bales: the Continent, 8,630 bales. Flour Southern dull; common to fair extra, 4735 20; good to choice do, $5 25725. Wheat feverish and unsettled, closing a shade low er; light export demand and f.iir speculative business; ungraded red. 1 19fl2Uj. Corn dull, heavy,andj ?ic lower; ungraded, 5GJj(?59a" Oats firm and less active: No. 3, AiliPAVic Hops quiet aud firm: year lings, 12SlSc. CoHee quiet: Rio cargoes, 10I3c; job lots, lO&llc. Sugar quiet and aboutsteady; Cuba Mus covado. 7'c; fair to good refining quoted 7 3-167?fc; prime, 7$c; refined active and firm; standard A, 8?fc. Molasses In fair demand and firm; refining, 32c. Rice linn and fairly active. Rosin steady at ?l 801 S3. Turpentine dull at 46c. Porlc held higher and iu bet ter inquiry; old, J 15 50; middles dull and nominal: long clear, J3 80. Lard 10I2Jc higher and fairly active at ?10 85. Freights steady. DIED. CAMPAU. Ou Friday. March 23. ISSl.at the resi dence of her niece. Mrs. James Hoban. 1421 K street northwest, in thto city, in the 71st year of her age. Miss Emilik Campac, of Detroit, lllch. Her remains will be taken to Detroit for interment. CONSTANTLNE. After a long and painful illness. March 2C, at 230 p. m Henrietta, beloved wife ot B. Constantine, aged 34 years. Funeral to-morrow (Monday) at 3 p. m.. from her late residence. S'H Eleventh street northwest. GATES. On March 26, ISS1, Jmes- L., beloved son of William H. and Lucinda Gates, in the 39th year of his age. The funeral will take place on Monday afternoon at3oclockp.m., from his parents' residence, 733 Tenth street southeast. MALLORD. At 11 o'clock Sunday morning, March 27, after an illness of two weeks, which she bore with Christian fortitude, Jake C. Mallord. In the 40th year of her age. Funeral from her brother-in-law's, John King. 1332 New Hampshire avenne. at 9 o'clock Tuesday morn ing. Requiem mass at St. Augustine's Church, Fif teenth stxeet.between L and M, at 10 o'clock a. m. OLCOTT. On Saturday, March 26, after a short ill ness, Mrs. Ella F. Olcott, wifeof W. IL Olcott, and daughter of Colonel A. Moore. Fuueral from her father's residence, 3024 Q street (Georgetown), on Tuesday, March 29, at 2 o'clock p. m. PRICE At Hackensack. N. J., on the 23d instant, in the G9th year of her age. Mrs. Margaret (Rutaji ) Price, wife of Dr. E. V. Price. KINGGOLD. 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Imitation RIack Spanish Laces. Imitation Cream Spanish laces. Imitation MarieStnart Laces. Imitation Valenciennes Laces. Imitation Guipure De Antique Laces. Imitation Cream Mntelasa Laces. Imitation RIack Matclasa Laces. Imitation Medicis Matelasa Laces. Imitation Russian Laces. Imitation English Thread Laces. New Shade Sash Ribbons. All tho new Nets, in Gold, Spot, Silver, Crystal, and Jet. We think our line of goods for the coming season will surpass In designs and novelties any heretofore offered by us, or, as we believe, before placed on sale In Washington, the assortment being as complete as can be found In New York, and at prices as low as any house In the trade. I-i- 1TOOT, 915 Penna. Avenue. mal- FIRST SPRING IMPORTATION' or Bonnets, Hats, Fine Millinery Goods, SUITS, WRAPS, PARASOLS. DRESS TRIMMINGS, CORSETS. LACES, PLAIN AND FANCY NETS. KID GLOVES, AND ALL THE LATEST PARISIAN NOVELTIES. M. WILLIAM, 7 Cite Trevise, Paris, maH-tf 907 PENNA. AVE. ' Jfoame .Supplies.. MINNESOTA FANCY PATENT. ST. LOUIS PATENT. - t; - STANDARD FABUXr. SNOW-WHITE BREAD AND BEAUTIFUL ROLLS and BISCUITS will be guaranteed If you use CERES, the celebrated Minnesota Patent Process Flour, which was awarded the first premium over all other competitors at theNatlonal Fair. STERLING, the handsomest Winter Wheat Patent In America, excepting none. GOLDEN HILL, a splendid Family Flour, and far superior to a great many so-called patent flours. The above-named brands of Flour can be bought at any first-class grocery store. Wholesale Depot, corner First St. and Indiana ave. WM. M. GAIT & CO. 421 B Street, corner Fifth (Capitol Hill), Has Just received a fresh stock of Hue Teas, Coffees, Wines, and Liquors, which he Is selling at BOTTOM PRICES. Always on hand all kinds of Produce and Provisions. J83-CALL. ocl-ly JOHN K. KELLY, Dealer In first-clas3 Beef, Lamb, "Veal, Mutton, &c. CORNED BEEF A SPECIALTY. Stalls 623, 629. and 630 Centre Market, Ninth street wing, and 203 and 203 Northern Liberty Market; or address Box 71, City Post-OlEce. Marketing delivered free of charge to all parts of the city. JeS-tf AIRYMEN, ATTENTION !-Just received, TWO CARS OAT STRAW, and for sale in quantities to suit. As good as clover hay and a great deal cheaper. Will make the richest milk and more of it. W. H. TENNEY & SONg, Wholesale dealers in Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, and Feed, de3-lj- Capital Mills. SUGAR DOWN. SUGAR DOWN. 10 lbs. Standard Granulated for. .. ?1 00 10K lbs. Standard "A" for. 1 00 12 lbs. "C" (lightbrown) for. 1 00 ELPHONZO YOUNGS, Grocer, 504 Ninth st. N. W., opp. Dally Critic office. (Telephonic connections.) ja8 . 'TSuilbevs. ESTABLISHED 1870. HOLTZCLAW BROS., BUILDERS. OFFICE: 1213 OHIO AVENUE NORTHWEST, Washington, D. C. fel5-6m DEALER UT Building and Hard-Wood Lnniuer, MILL-WORK AND ALL KINDS OF JOB BING LUMBER. ON HAND. Yard: Cor. 13tnand B sis. N. W. feS-tf 250 Barrels of Savior's Portland Cement. STRONGEST, CHEAPEST, REST. Also 1,500 Barrels of Lime, From the Cobb Lime Company, Rockland, Me. Best Lime in America. For sale by L. E. GANXOX, Jel2-ly Room 7. Corcoran Building. L. HEUiBRUN'S No. 402 fceventh street, sign of The Old Woman jaio In the window. jpnnipC! RESTAURANT. "OldCni-iosiSliop." ESTABLISHED 1&10. 1234: PEN3TA. AISTTE. ma3-tf "ESTABLISHED 1833. JOHN McBEKMOTT & BROS., CARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS, (Steam used). 310 Pennsylvania avenue, near Third street west, Washington, D. C Carriages and Har ness received on storage and sold on commission. Carriages repaired. fel-t Steam LittograpWng Establishment PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHING A SPECIALTY. No. 4S Pennsylvania avenue. jy29-iy NORRIS PETERS. Proprietor. ' IF1. O. SOMES, ATTOKKEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, SOLICITOR OF PATE1TTS, Second National Bank Building. 509 Seventh Street, opposite Post-Oflice Department. Practices In the United States and Foreign Patent Offices, and In the UnltedStates Supreme aud Circuit Courts In patent cases. ma2-tf 3Proposaf0. Proposals for Summer Uniforms and Hats. Department of Metro roLiTAjf Police, Office of Major and Superintendent, 202 Four-and-a-half street N. W., WAsnuJOTOJf. D. C., March 14, 1SS1. QEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this KJ office until 12 o'clock m. TUESDAY, 29th Inst., at which liour they will be opened, for furnishing this department with two hundred (200) Uniforms, more or less, to measure, for summer wear of Metropolitan Police, viz: Frock coat, sack coat, pantaloons, and vest. The frock coat, sack coat, and pantaloons to bo made of the best quality ofnavy-blue flannel, lndigo blue dye, and to weigh not -less than twelve (12) ounces to the yard; fifty-two (52) pairs of the panta loons, mora or less, to be reinforced. Thevesttobe made of best quality of white duck. The garments to be cut in accordance with the reg ulations for uniforms to bo worn by the Metropolitan Police Force. Sealed proposals will be received and opened at same time for two hundred and thirty-five (2Jj) Hats, more or less, for summer wear of the Police Force. Sample of material and hats must accompany bids. The contracts to be completed within twenty-five (25) days from date of award. Payment for the clothing to-be made in three CI) monthly installments, on com pletion of the work. Payment for the bats to be made on Istof month following delivery. The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. Bidders are Invited to be present at the opening of bids. For further Information, apply to Captain C R. Vernon. Inspector Metropolitan Police, at this office. By order of Commissioners D. C. WM.O. BROCK. mal9.24.2S Major and Sup't Metropolitan Police. Proposals for the Removal of Garbaqre. llEAr.Tit Department District op Columbia, Wasuinoton, March 16. 1SS1. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this office until 12 m. WEDNESDAY. April 20. 1SS1. for the collection and removal of nil Garbage, Refuso Animal and Vegetable Matter, and Condemned Food from dwelling-houses, markets, hotels, and other places In the cities of Washington and Georgetown and their immediate and more densely populated suburbs In the District of Columbia, for the collection and removal of all Dead Animals from said cities nnd suburbs, and for the transportation or all Night Soil, Garbage, and Dead Animals bevond the limits of the District of Columbia for the period of five years from July 1.1831. All work to be done in accordance with the regulations and requirements of the Health De partment. Form of proposal and Information regarding tho service will ce furnished upon application. Proposals will bo indorsed " Proposals for Collec tion. Transportation, and Removal of Oual," and will be addressed to tho undersigned. The rlht to reject any and all bids Is reserved. By oider of the Commissioners of tbo District of Columbia. SMITH TOWNSHEND. M. D., tna2lMW-5w Health Officer. Proposals for Adhesive Postage Stamps. . POST-OMICK DEPAKTilUXT, Washington', D. C, March 26, 1831. lOEALED PROPOSALS are invited from Steel Plata Engravers aud Plata Printers, and will bo re ceived at this Department uutll 12 o'clock m., ON WEDNESDAY, the 27thDAY OF APRIL, 1SS1, for furnlshlns all the Postage-Stamp which the De partment may require for public and official use dur ing a period of four years, commcnclnif on the 1st day of July, 1831, viz: L Stamps for the use of the public. 2. Official Stamps for tho use of the Executive De partments. 3. Newspaper and Periodical Stamps: 4. Postage-due Stamps. Blank forms ot bids, with full specifications, will be furnished upon application to the Third Assistant Postmaster-General, Washington, D. a THOMAS L. JAMES, Postmaster-General. ma25-FM-4w -Soffeinesf. FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY and COMMONWEALTH KENTUCKY DISTRIBU TION COMPANY Apply to J. W. Clark, 309 G street northwest, or 1422 Pennsylvania avenue mh!9-lm 'JMebxcal IE" KK m DDDDn KK KS. in DDDDdStj KKKK 111 vu un KKKK KKKK" IU DD DiS HI DD .nPn KK KK in DDDDtfU- KE KS. in DDDDD NNNH an NNNH NW NN NH NN IW 1W HN NN NN NN NN NNNN NN NNNN EEEEEEB EEEE1LEE EE EEEEE EE EBEEEEE EEEEEEE nGOfifin. EEEEEEE NNNN HN QriGGGGS EEEEEEE NNNN NH gcT & EE NN NN NN Gq EEEEE NN NN NN gcL GGGGG EE NN NN NN Gg&GGGGG EEEEEEE NN NNNN BGGGGG EEEEEEE HN NNNN (.Trade Mark Secured. THE GREAT KIDNEY REGULATOR! AND DIURETIC. KIDNEGEN Is highly recommended and un.ur- assed for Weak or Foul Kidneys, Dropsy, Bright's iisease. Loss of Energy, Nervous Debility, or any obstructions arising from Kidney orBladder Diseases. Also for Blood and Kidney Poisoning In infected ma larial sections. Unlike any other preparation for Kidney difficul ties, it has a very pleasant aud agreeable taste and flavor. It contains positive diuretic properties, and w ill not nauseate. Ladies especially will like it, and gentlemen will nnd KIDNEGEN the bert Kidney Tonic ever used. NOTICE. Each bottle bears the signature of LA W RENCE & MARTIN; also a Proprietary Govern ment Stamp, which permits KIDNEGEN to be sold (without license) by druggists, grocers, and other per sons everywhere. Iu quart -slxe Bottles, for general anil fam ily use. Price, $1 per bottle. LAWRENCE & MARTIN, Prop's. Chicago, HL Branch 6 Barclay street, New York. Sold by Druggists, Grocers, and Dealers everywhere. J. C. ERGOOD 6c CO., IVliolesnle Agents, WASHINGTON. D. C. . A. VOGELER. SON & CO., BALTIMORE. rTTTTTTTT 0000 u, UIJ UU UU UU UU UU UU UU UU UU UU UD UU ut; UU UU OD UU UU UU UU UU rTTTTTTTTXX nn LL TTT TTT WW ww y T. OO OO fi oo OO TTT TTT ITT TTT TTT TTT TTT TTT TTT 00 00 0000S2 LLLLLL 000000 LLLLLL ,AND - uuuuu UUU tTr.io Mark Secured.1 The Great Appetizer and Sure Cure For Conglis, Colds, Broncltitls, Asthma, Consumption, and. All Diseases of the Throat and Lnnjrs. The most acceptable preparation known for Bron chial, Pectoral, and Pulmonary Affections. An EX CELLENT APPETIZER and TONIC for general and family use. The Immense and Increasing sales and testimonials received daily are the best evidences of its virtues and popularity. Put up In QUART-SIZE BOTTLES, giviny moro for the money than any article In the market. Price, SI per bottle. CAITTION! DONT BE DECEIVED by unprincipled dealers who try to palm off common Rockaud Rye In place of our TOLD ROCK and RYE. which Is the only MEDI CATED article made, the GENUINE having a PRO PRIETARY GOVERNMENT STAMP on each bot tle. If not found at your druggist's or grocer's, we will send a bottle prepaid to the nearest express office to 0U" IiAWKEXCE & MARTIX, Proprietors, Chicago, 111. Branch 6 Barclay Stv New York. Sold by Druggists, Grocers, and Dealers Everywhere. J. C. ERGOOD & CO., "Wholesale. Agents, Washington, D. C. A. VOGELER, SON &. CO., Baltimore, Bid. National Metropolitan Fire Insurance Co., District of Columbia. Jai-tai SAM. CROSS. Secretary. rapeler uibe. 1881 THE GREAT 1 881 TO THE NORTH. WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. DOUBLE TRACK. STEEL RAIL. SPLENDID SCENERY. MAGNIFICENT EQUIP MENT. IN EFFECT MARCH 21. 1SSU TRAINS LEAVE WASHINGTON, from Depot, cor ner of Sixth and R streets, as follows: For Pittsburg and the West, &00 a. m. daily, with Sleeping Car to Pittsburg and Chicago: 10-.30 a. m. daily, with Sleeping Cars from Hamsburg to Cin cinnati, St. Louis, and Chicago: 9:30 p. m. daily, with Palace Car to Pittsburg. BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. For Canandaigua, Rochester, Buffalo. Niagara Falls, with Parlor Car to Watkins and the North, at SM a-m. dally, except Sunday: at 9:31 p. m. dally, ex cept Saturday, with Palace Cars to CauandAlgua and Watkins. For Wllliamsport, Loct Haven and Elmlra. at 10-.30 a. m. daily, except Sunday. For New York audtheEast.8:0a. 10:30 a-m. 1:40 and 10:00 p.m. On Sunday, i:j p.m. and 190 p.m. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars, 930 a.m. dally, except Sundav. For Brooklyn, New York, all through trains connect at Jersey City with boats or "Brooklyn Annex." affording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double ferriage across New York "'ity. For Philadelphia. 8:00.1030 a.m.. 1:40. 5:10. and IfcOO p. m. On Sunday, 1:40 p. m..3:40 and 10:00 p. m. Limited Express. 9:30 a. m. daily, except Sunday For Baltimore. C40. 8.-00. 9-.30, 10-J0 a. nu. and 1:40, 4:20, 4:40. &40. 9-TO. and 10K) p. m. Ou Sunday. 80 a. m., 1030 a, m. 1:40, 5:40. fcto, and 100 p. nu For Pope's Creek Line, 6:40 a. m. and 4:10 p. m. daily, exccptSunday. For Annapolis, R40 o.m.and 4:40 p. m. dally, except Sundav. ALEJCVNDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG RAIL WAY AND ALEXANDRIA AND WASHING TON RAILROAD. For Alexandria, 70. 7:5), 9:20 a. nu, and 1130 a. m., 4. 50 p. m.. (KM p. iu., 80 and 1130 p. m. On Sundays, 730, 920. and 1130 a.m.. and 8:00 p.m. For Richmond aud the South, 730 a. m. and 11:15 a. m. daily. and5:0U p. m. daily, except Sunday. Trains leave Alexandria for Washington. 60, 85. and 100 a. m.. K30, 3:00. 5:00. 70. and 9:10 p. m., and 120 midnight. Sunany, at 8:06 aud 100 a. m., 7:0O aud 9:10 p.m. Tickets, luforniation. sleeping and parlor car accom modations cau be procured at the office, northeast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania ave nue, and at the station, where orders'can be left for the checking or baggago to destination from hotels and residences. L. P.FARMER,Geueral Passenger Agent. FRANK THOMSON, General Manager. X ALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. THE MODEL FAST LINE. AND THEONLY LINE BETWEEN THE EAST AND THE WEST VIA WASHINGTON. Doutil'eTback! JaxxkyCoutlkh.! Steel Rails! Schedule to take effect Wednesday, December 1,1330. A.M. LEAVE VAHIXOTOX: tl30-CHICA0O. CINCINNATI, AND ST. LOUIS FAST EXPRESS. 5:00 Baltimore, Ellicott CItv, and Way Stations. t.40-BALTIMORE EXPRESS. 60 Baltimore, Annapolis, and Way. (Piedmont, Strasburg, Winchester, Hagerstown, and Way, via Relay.) 8:10 Point of Rocks and Way Stations. fcK-STAUNTON AND VALLEY EXPRESS (con nects tor Hagerstowu and at Point of Rocks for Frederick!. S0-NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA, AND BOS TON EXPRESS. 19:00 On Sunday only, for Baltimore, Annapolis, and Way. 10-.00-BALTIMORE EXPRESS (stops at Hyattsville, College, Belts vine. Laurel, Annapolis Juuotlou, Jessup's. and Hanover). tlWO-PITTSBURG, CHICAGO. CXNCTNNATI, AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS. P.M. 12:10 Baltimore. Ellicott City, Annapolis, and Way Stations. Ih25 On Sunday only, for Baltimore and Way. taK-BALTIMOKE EXPRESS. ti35-NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA. AND BOS TON EXPRESS. 3:30 Baltimore and Way Stations (Winchester, Fred erick. Hagerstown. and Way, via Relay). 4:30-BALTIMORE. HYATTSVILLE, AND LAU REL EXPRESS (Frederick, via Relay, stops at Annapolis Junction). tt4, Point of Rocks, Frederick, Hagerstown, Wln chester.and WayStntlous. (On Sunday to Point of Rocks and Way Stations only.) f 4:40 Baltimore. Annapolis, and Way Stations. tSMi-PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE EX PRESS (Martlnsburg and Way, via Relay. Stops at Hyattsvllle and Laurel). 65 Point of Rocks and Way Stations. 1G:4 Baltimore and Way Stations. 730-BALTTMORE AND LAUREL EXPRESS. ifcoo-prrrsBURG, Cincinnati, and st. LOUIS EXPRESS. 9.43-BALTIMORE. HYATTSVILLE, AND LAU REL EXPRESS. tl00-NEWYORK. PHILADELPHIA, AND BOS TON EXPRESS. Sleeping car to New York, and special sleeping car at Philadelphia, t Daily. Sundays only. Other trains dally, except Sunday. AU trains stop at Relay Station. For further Information apply at the Baltimore and Ohio ticket offices, Washington Station, and 619 and 1351 Pennsylvania avenue, corner Fourteenth street, where orders will be taken for baggage to be checked and received at any point In the city. -yiRGINIA MIDLAND RAILWAY. TO THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. ON" AUD AJTEK BVX DAY, FEBnCARV 20, 1881, TRAINS LEAVE B. & P. DEPOT AS FOLLOWS: 7:10 a. m.,daily-NEW ORLEANS FAST MAIL Direct connection for South and Southwest. Dally, except Sunday, to local points ou C. fc O. It. R. PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS aro run from Wash ington to New Orleans without change of cars. 100 p. m.-SOUTIIERN EXPRESS, daily, for all points South via Danville, and West via C fc O. It. It. PULLMAN SLEEPINO CARS dally from Washing ton to Augusta, Co., lthout change. Marks Sleeping Couch Cur on night train from Wash ington to Danville without change. Priceof couch only?l. Passengers for Manassas Division will take 7:10 a. in. train daily, except Sunday. For Warrenton, 7:10 a. in. daily. For tickets and information call at Virginia Mid land Office, 001 Pennsylvania avenue. N. MACDANIEL, Agent. M. SLAUGHTER, General Ticket Agent. feS-ly -Sfeambocif ,-Sirrei?. For Norfolk, Portsmouth, Fortress Monroe, ana the south. THE STEAMER GBOBG-E LEAEY. carrying the United States Mail, will leave her wharf, foot of Seventh street, on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS, at 5 p. m., stopping at FINEY POINT and POINT LOOKOUT going and returning. Returning, leaves Norfolk on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, at 4 p. m. First-cIassFare to Fortress MonroeandNorfolk. $2 50 Second-class. .. 1 50 First-class Faro to l'iney Point and Pt. Lookout- 1 50 Second-class . . . 73 State-rooms, fl ; Meals, 75c. Freight received until 4 JO p. m. GEORGE MATTINGLY, Superintendent. WILLIAM P. WELCH. Agent. ma2L OIj-ZIDIE'S MEW EXPRESS STEAM PACKET LIKE PHILADELPHIA, ALEXANDRIA, AND WAS iiia uroa. Leave PHILADELPHIA every Saturdav 12 m. Arrive in WASHINGTON every Monday 9 a. ra. Leave WAS HINOTON ever Monday 5 p. m. Arrive In PHILADELPHIA every Thursday6 a. m. 'riirnnirli mill nrnmnt rnnnpctinn with pwYnrt. I Boston, Fall River, and all points North. Through Jims laaen given. & reignt receivea ana aeuverea daily uutll 6 p. m. W. P. CLYDE & CO., J. H. Johnson & Co.. Gen. Managers. Agents. 12th Hnd 13th MSt. Wharves S. W., 1202 F st. N. W.. Washington. D. C ma!4-ly SPECIAL ISTO-oTICS. Norfolk and New iork Steamers. The Steamer Jane Moseley will leave her v harf, foot of Sixth street, every Mon day, Wednesday, and Friday, at 5 o'clock p. m touch ing at l'iney Point and Pomt Lookout and Fortress Monroe. First-class Fare to Fortress Monroe and Norfolk$2 50 Second-class 1 50 First-class Fare to l'iney Point and Pt. Lookout 1 50 Second-class . - 73 State-rooms. ......... 1 00 Meabt... ....... .. 75 Tickets and sU.tc-rooms can be secured at general office, 1116 F street northwest. THE NEW YORK STEAMERS. John Olbson and E. C Knight, will resume their trips, leaving Pier 41, East River. New York, every Saturday, at 4 p. m., and Georgetown every Friday, at 7 a. in. For particulars apply to Agent, 63 tVater street, Georgetown. ALFRED WOOD, Secretary, fe!9-tf 1416Fstreet. Notice to Mt. Ternon Passengers. The Steamer W. W. CORCORAN, which has been recently built and furnished (L. L. BLAKE, Captain), Ls the only boat allowed to land passengers at Mount Vernon W harf. Round trip. 81, Including admission to Mansion and Grounds. Steamer leaves Seventh street DAILY (Sunday ex cepted), at 10 a. m., and returns about 3 p. ni. J.McH. HOLLINGSWORTH, Sup't Ladies' Mount Vernon Association. L. Iu BLAKE,Steamer W. W. Corcoran. Jel .Sbofels. THE EBBITT: WASHINGTON. D. a Army and Navy Headquarters. FOUR IRON FIRE-ESCAPES. TERMS, SI. $3, AND 5i50 PER DAY. apt IILLARD'S HOTEL This favorite hotel, having been thoroughly reno vated, painted throughout, aud ENTIRELY ' REFURNISHED, IS SOff Open for the Reception of Guests. BRESLIN & COOKE, ap3-tf Proprietors. PimADELrHlA Housi WILLIAMS & MEREDITH PROPRIETORS. 348 Penna. Avenue 3T. IV. deTly srQSlST TiT'S HOTEL, Corner Fifteenth and II Streets. First-class In every respect. ST. T-HES HOTEL, (ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN), Corner Sixth Street and Penna. Avenue. JFord's Opera House-Janauschefc " The $)ast Ls Rachel's the present, Janasche's., Harper's Weekly. JANAUSCHEK JANAUSt'HKK JANAUSCHEK JANAUSCHEK JANAUSCHEK JANAUSCHEK JANAUSCHEK JANAUSCHEK JANAUSCHEK JANAUSCHEK JANAUSCHEK JANAUSCHEK JANAUSCHEK JANAUSCHEK JANAUSCHEK MONDAY. TUESDAY, bleak: HOUSE MOTHER AND SON" WEDNESDAY, 'mary stuart; THURSDAY, BLEAK HOUSE FRIDAY. BRUNHILB JANAUSCHEK ISITUUTIIV JANAUSCHEK f MEDEA. JANAUSCHt-KI JANAUSCHEK MATINEE SATURDAY. Thursday, April 7 Benefit of J.LOUIS FORD. NATIONAL THEATRE. ONE WEEK ONLY COMMENCING MONDAY. MARCH 28. CARNCKOSS' IHUVSTKELS, ORGANIZED 1SS2-STAR TROUPE of the World. John L. Carncross. Proprietor and Manager. OUR ORIGINAL SENSATIONS. SCENES IN OCR MARKETS. U. S. B. M., the Colored Letter-Carricr. OUR AMERICAN TEAM. HALLOWEEN on the PLANTATIOir Our own imported SARAH BARNYARD in her emotional play, entitled CALMEEL: Or, The Fate of a Coquette. Characters by the entire Company. Wednesday, April 6 Complimentary testimonial to SAM'L (S. KINSLEY. April 3 and 9-SARAH BERNHARDT. ri THEATRE COMIQUE-Monday. March 23. , . . And during tha week. First appearance of the Davenport Brothers. Hailed and Hart, Williams and Sully. Nelly Germou. J&mea Kearney, Mills and Warren. Last week oftheWea leys, Charles O. and Gertie Seaman, Daisy KerneU. and Maude Leigh. JakeBudd appears In the great sketch of Blue Glass, and the great afterpiece, en titled the Newsboy of Washington. " Athenaeum Club Concerts. THTJtD SERIESSECOND CONCERT. PEABODT ORCHESTRA, TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1SS1-LINCOLN TTAT.Tt ASGER HAMERIK. Director: MISS EMMA GAUL, Soprano: MADAME AUERBACH, Pianist HAMERIK Symphony Poetlque. BEETHOVEN-Concerto Piano and Orchestra. BERLIOZ Overture Secret Avengers. Together with selections from Liszt and Lassen. Tickets (including reserved seat),$l. To be had at Ellis ifc Co.'s, 917 Peuna. avenue. ma2S3t Henschel! Bailey! Joseffy! ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. Lincoln Hall, "Wednesday Evening, March 30. The New Liszt ! Tausig has risen! Tho New Liszt! Tausig has risen! The Great Hungarian Pianist. IIEBR. RAFAEL JOSEFFY. GEORG HENSCHEL, GEORG HENSCHEL. GEORG HENSCHEL, OEORG HENSCHEL. The Famous German Baritone and-Composer. Star Singer of the Crystal Palace Concerts In Loudon. MISS LILLIAN BAILEY, MISS LILLIAN BAILEY, MISS LILLIAN BAILEY, Soprano, whose success on the concert stage is only rivaled by Miss Thursby. Sale of seats will commence at Metzerott's Monday ' morning. March 23. Reserved seats. .,-,.,. ., $ Si Admission, which does not include seat 1 Ot ma24-6t LINCOLN. HALL. Monday Evening, March 28, LECTURE BY John B. Gough. SUBJECT: 20 "st:s-u:r,s aptse. "A. New Temperance Lectnre." ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS HO EXTRA C1IAKOE FOR KE3KRVKD SKATS. FOR SALE AT THE ELLIS MUSIC STORK, 937 Pennsylvania avenue. -6t Largest Variety Newest Styles of SPRING GOODS For Men's Wear. Prices from $15 to $75 per Suit, Made to Order. DEVLIN & CO., 1320 IF Street. Spring Style Gentlemen's Hats, from Knor, Hutter, Fifth Avciint, Bfevr York. Gentlemen's Dress lints. Gentlemen's Derby Hats. T.Fliie Soft Frit Hats. Yontlis' aud Children's Hats, embracing all tlie latest patterns. Hat Repairing by experienced workmen. STINEMETZ, Hatter, 1237 Penna. Avenue. maMf DUMP'S FIFTH AVEHUE SPRIHG STYLE INTRODUCED TO-DAY BY WILLETT & RUOFF, 005 Penna. Avenue. iua3-tf FINE UMBRELLAS For Ladles and Gentlemen, .A.T STIHnBiyCETZ'S, 1937 PENNA. AVENUE. ma3-tf IZSaiches anb S5eipclrg. DIAMONDS. Earrings- -$20tOf Rings.. . 10 to 359 Lace Pins- .13 to .TOO Studs.- 10 to 175 WATCHES. rynts' Solid Gol1 American Stem-Winders-fa to Ji Ladies' " 2Sto 130 Coin Silver- -6L50to SO And an entire new and beautiful stock of Solid Sil ver and Plated Silver Ware at a discount of 10 per cent, on marked prices; other goods in proportion, at M. GOLDSMITH'S Reliable House, 917 Penna. Ave. maZ-lm . M. W. Gait, Bro. & Co. Diamonds. Watches. - Jewelry. Silver Ware. Plated Ware. Farley Goods. 1107 Penna. Ave. WALTHAM WATCHES. We confidently recommend tho Watches manufactured by the American Watch Co., Waltliam, Mass., as the most reliable time keepers that can be obtained for the price. A large assortment of all grades and styles always in stock at the lowest prices. M. W. GALT, BRO. & CO., 1107 Penna. Ave. felS-tf ESTEY ORGANS THE REST THE WORLD OVER. G. L. "WILD fc BROTHER, Sole Agents, maH-6m 725 SEVENTli STREET N. W. s Jl 3 1 viiirf&scii h&E&s'i - ' ffiffiiMrtWjie! cisju:ms?.