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WW F&ZJPi?ZiT?-$j&s&'&- - .-;,'&; TBDE XATIONAIi BEPUBLICA: SATUBBAY MOKOTirGK JTOTE 25, 1881. t- NationalRepublican. wwiNT.Toy. d- cwcyg . ". REAL GOOD ADVICE. irthou tlost bid thy girl farewell, l" l u.r one hour though that farewell maybe pJS thou ..or al.n. old man. how can'st thou tell Ilow Jar ironi thee Fate or caprice may lead her fret Eretiivne interview. Girls have been known To lu.ii'ly iurn the corner of astreet, And days Jjave grown To n.r.i:tln,.ind mfiiitlin to lading years, Iiorp they looked Into tlinu Icivins 03'es again Tii.ii is. in ii'irs and we have other fears, Hut can't explain; TherWor. lest sundry whims should come hetween Orujmc new masher clasp with pressure true Tin waist of her whoRoeth forth, and lean And kiss her too: Yfa. find thou always, time to chin Sniiic runtic in hclweeii the nolle and sullrk; Or collar Hum HippreM'iil, and get In net m thy work. George DiniGlas. a COLONEL WORCESTER'S RIVAL. TliofSront Toe Criticised A ItlVatruKcr'i Attempt to Compete "VItli iUni. Tt is a common, yet sinjrular fact, that as soon as our willing hands begin to wreathe gar lands for the brow of a favorite some one arises jix suddenly as if ho were evolved from the earth to diiite the bonors with our conceded but. as 5ct. unUnigbted hero. The Kcms of poesy which have l'cn jnven in these columns in all the vcr- iwl freshness with which they fell from the lips of Colonel Worcester were sufficient, it would seem, to L-Mablisb any poet's reputation. But a passen ger, who is employed in the J'ost-Oiljcc Depart ment, has had the effrontery to criticise some of Colonel Worcester's hues as lacking in color, and. to illustrate his own views of what constitutes genuine poetry, tie has fur-ni-hed a few extracts from his own compositions. While the gentleman's lines do not seem to be peTiicated by the same intensity of poetic ardor -which characterizes Colonel Worcester's best efforts, they have one advantage over the produc tions of the latter, in that they are reduced to writing. The ambitious youth who fired the Ejthesian dome deprived the world of a great deal ; but that loss was small in comparison with what mankind has lost by Colonel AVorcester's failure to commit to paper the fruits of his indus trious and prolific fancy. It were well hencefor ward, in view of the evanescent fate which has awaited a great deal of his that has gone before, that he should bear in mind and be guided by Lord Byron's indisputable proposition that "Words arc things; audasniall drop of ink, Falling, like dew, upon a thought, produces That which makes thousands, perhaps millions, think. 'Tis strange, the shortest letter which man uses Instead of speech niay form a lasting link Of ages. To what straits old Time reduces Frail man, when paper even a rag like this Survives himself, his tomb, and all that's his! We have room this morning for only two of the Post-Office man's attempts at competing with the Colonel. Here is one : riie sky above is very blue : To you. njy love. 1 will be true. The llouers bloom sweetest in June, And ttie birds sing in tune. "While the above is more pretentious than some of Colonel Worcester's stanzas it is lacking in the charming simplicity and elusive fascination which is possessed, for instance, by the following triplet s pnkeii by the Colonel to a brother driver, of whom he was buying some tickets: To keep a good supply I try; But the people will buy. 1 he Post-Office man's muse, moreover, is forever t-iqhiug at Cupid's shrine, while the comprehen Micarl of Colonel Worcester embraces all mun dane and supernatural phenomena and poetizes the commonplace andhoniely by a process as magi cal as thut by which Midas transmuted base metals into gold. Thus the post-office man again; Or all birds I prefer liic dore. Because Ihc name rnyjues with " love." The nicest of all things human Js Heaven's best gift to man a woman. This new aspirant to lame, and possibly fortune, wishes his name withheld for the present, as a Vok of ins poems is soon to be brought out by a Baltimore publisher. In the meantime he has promised the writer that he will demonstrate upon an early occasion that he is a superior poet to Colonel Worcester. But the latlci is so lovingly enshrined in t ho. hearts ol us all that the new (omei will scarcely succeed m charming away the Colonel's admirers, sing he never so sweetly. WAVERLY SEMINARY. A I'lcnsnnt Commencement ti&y In Prince Ucarje't Coimt). A large party tf ladies nnd gentlemen visited Wavcrly Seminary, near the Maryland Agricultural College, yesterday to witness the clos ing exercises of this popular institution, and were regaled with a rare programme, comprising reci tations of an unusually hi;;h order and vocal and instrumental selections. 1 lie highest honor of the s (tool, the llishop Pinfcney medal, was a wanted to. Miss Carrie S. l.imcr, of this city, the salutatonau of the occasion. 'Ihc order of exercises was as follows: Knttauce march, Mrs. and Master Fitzhugh, trio, liistruinental, "Excelsior l'olka," Misses KeeCh, Lamer, and .Shepherd; recitation, "The Polish y-," Miss Carter; solo, instrumental, "Kememher Me," Miss Barnard; recitation, "People Will Talk," Mt Sbepheid . recitation, " The Dead Doll," Miss Parker, duct, vocal. "Whispering Hope," Misses Lamer and Kean ; duet, instrumental. Mozart's Waltz." Misses Hardisty; recitation, "A Modest Wit," Master Fitzhugh; recita tion. "Johnnie's Opinion of Uraiidmothers;" duet, instrumental, "Guard's Valt2," Misses Carter and Shepherd; recitation, "The Baron's Last Banquet," Miss Kean, solo, instrumental. "La Cascadilla,"Miss.Shephord:duet, instrumental. "La Rose," Miss Shirley Shepherd and Master Fitzhugh; recitation, "I've Keen Thinking." Miss Hardisty; recitation, "The Little Hero," Miss Barnard, leeltatloti, "Guilty or rsot Guilty," Miss Berry.; recitation, " The Sil ver Mountain of Ecanhutka," Miss Vci tenheimer; recitation, "Am I a Torment, Mamma," Master Parker, solo, instrumental, " Biauca," Miss Carter; duct, instrumental, Misses Hardisty and Berry; recitation, "Edith Helps Things Along," Miss Miirlcy Shepherd, recitation. "Bettie Lee," Miss timings, solo, instrumental, ' The Last Rose or Summer," Miss Carrie Lamer; recitation, " Trundle Bed," Miss Willie Hardisty ; recitation, "Curfew Must Not King To-night," Miss Evie Lamer; duct, instrumental. " Elfin Waltz," Misses Kean una Barnard; chorus, "In vocation to Spring," by the school. Part II. Salutatory, Miss Lamer; solo, in strumental, "Hn Route," Miss Keech; trio, vocat, " Mermaid's Evening Song," Misses ICcech, Lamer, and Kean; recitation," TheClosmg Year," Miss Keech; solo, instrumental. "Music Among the Pines." Miss Larner; rccltaiion,"Thc Vaudois Missionary," Miss Larner; duet. Instrumental. Itadieuse," Misses Keech and tamer; valedic tory. Miss Keech; distribution or certifi cates medals, and premiums; duxnl ogy; oenediction, Itev Charles K. Buck. Certificates of graduation wercgien tit Miss Carne P. I-arncr, of Washington, 1) C. and Miss Susie P. Keech, of Prince George's County. Mary'aud, after which the other honors of the school were awarded as follows: Waverly Seminary meilal. Miss Susie P. Keech, gold incdals for punctuality and com position, Miss May Carter, gold medal tor music. Miss Anna Shepherd, and premiums to Miscs Evie Larner, Nettie Beiry. Shirley Shepherd, Willie Hardisty, Jessie Kean. May Paiker. Veiteu heinier, Barnard, and Foster. Tho premium for the best recitation was awarded by the committee to Miss Evie l-aruer, of this city. MAJOR O. P. O. CLARK. Wliaiu Jraul Army lostarailhonri Sny Alto tit It I in. The following resolutions, showing the regard in which the Deputy Commissioner of Pensions is held by the cx-l'uion soldiers, are hut a Just tribute to the integrity and worth of a most efficient public officer. It will be gratifying to the petitioners throughout the country to know that Major Clark, will retain his present position. At a meeting of McPherson Post, No 4. Grand Army of the Hepublic. Provisional Department of Missouri, held at Kansas City on the evcumgof May IS, 18SL the following resolution was adopted unani mously : Whereas it Is tho sonso of McPhnrson Post. No. 4. Grand Army of the Republic. Department of Mis souri, that none hut comrades In the late war can properly and truly sympathize with the uulortonate ones who were wounded or fell victims to disease w Inle battling for the supremacy of the General Gov ernment: and Whereas Major O. P. G. dark. Deputy Commis sioner of Pensions, has shown by his liberal views l the discharge of his duties as mediator bciVrcen the soldier or ho representatives crnl the Dinted Slates Government that he is a U-ue friend of right and that he deals Justly with claimants for pension : There fore, Je it resolved. That we cheerfully and heartily recommend and ask that he may be couunuetl In his present position, ir promotion to the ollk-e or Com missioner is not possible, ana that the adjutant be In structed to forward u true copy of lute resolution to theHou..S.J.Kirkvooa, Secretary of the interior find to Major Clark. MORE SCHOOL COMMENCEMENTS. Exhibition of the mtfenbonso Academy and Other Schools Tcntcrday. The annual exhibition of the Kitten house Academy took place at the school-room on Indiaua avenue, near Thirdstreet, yesterday after noon. The attendance was quite large and the exercises very interesting. The declamations, of the young gentlemen were' effective, while both sides of the debate were well sustained. Professor Wight is to he congratulated upon the excellent manner in which his pupils acquitted themselves. The programme was as follows: "For the Declaration of Independence," Walter G. Peter: "Greece in 1SU9," Basil N. Ricketts; "Against English Injustice," Henry Blair; "The Moor's Revenge." A. H. Mccormick; "The Farragut Statue." E. Welsh Ashford. De hate, "Are the Mental Capacities of the Sexes, Equal?" chairman, Charles L. McCawley; dis putants, Carroll M. Kenney, John C.Davidson Charles S. Smith. Thomas G.Bradley, Snowden Ashfonl, Y. G. Teter. N. E. Carpenter. B. N. Rick etts, Henry Blair. W. F. Dyre, E. WT. Ashford, E. M. Talcott, W. Ballautyne, W. L. Bevcridge, Thomas Hyde, and A. H. McCormick. "Eulogy on Lafay ette," William Ballantyne; "The Benediction," William F. Dyer : " Hayne's Eulogium " (excused), Suowden Ashford ; " Webster's Reply to Hayne," Carroll McKcnncy. The following premiums were awarded: For scholarship. C. L. McCawley, William Ballantyne, Charles S. Smith. :and Canoll- McKenney: the next in order to these were J. C. Davidson, E. W. Ash ford. John G. Tilton, Thomas G. Bradley, and A. H. McCormick: for deportment, to E. W. Ash ford, Cornelius Barber, Walter G. Peter, and J. C. Davidson: for punctuality, to Carroll McKenney. Edmund M. Talcott, F. Adolph Koones, and A. H. McCormick: next to these, McCawley, Ballantyne, and Bradley. Also, a premium to W. F. Dyer for general good conduct and excellence in declama tion : to Bnzil If. Ricketts for attendance five years without being once late, end to John G. Tilton for especial excellence in history, arithmetic, and 1-atin. Honorable mention xvas made of Henry W. Blair, X. E. Carpenter, and F. A. Koones for excel lence in some branches of study. J.C.Davidson led during the year in mathematics and William Ballantyne in Greek. Dropped Iend at tlie Wheel. Captain William H. "White, pilot of the Brooklyn annex ferry-boat Ko. 3, on arriving in Jersey City on the half past seven trip Wednesday evening, dropped dead at the wheel just as the boat was secured to the dock. Captain White resided in Brooklyn, and was oue of the oldest pilots in the company's employ. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL, Stock and Bond Quotations Baltimore and Sew Yorli i'rodnce 31nrlte(s. The following observations on the transactions in the financial market yesterday, together with opening, highest, lowest, and closing quotations, are furnished by the banking-house of 1L V. Cooke, jr., & Co., 1429 F street. Washington, D. C: to .2 . Xaine of stock. a f a a o O H i-j o American District Slii .r,2M 50 .WJ Allou and Terre Uaate G3 63 63 IS do. prelerred 95 fti, cjj 95' Jt.Clt.iN ldi 1BI KM 1GI Boston, 11. and Erie first S2J; tfJJi S2K 1H Boston and N.Y. air line G GS'f 04 Cf.Jj Buffalo and Pittsburg 4u'S 46?J 46? 46'i Chesapeake and Ohio 30 ST. 3)Jf 30-i Chesapeake and Ohio 1st 43 4j 43 43 Chesapeake and Ohio 2nd ... 33 33 ;t :iZJ C.C.C&I 93V 93'f 93!f J3f (anaila Southern TP,i 72Ji TOJi 70li Chicago, Burlington and Q. 105 1G5 165 1l5 CC..U.C 25 2.3 2-5 25'i Chicago, St. Paul, 3L&0 ii 43!i 42 43 Uo. preferrel . lre Central Pacitie 1015 101?i 100 100?f Chicago and Alton . .. 140JS :edar Falls 33 33 36 26 Cincinnati. Sandusky & C. . . .- fil!j Del.. Lackawanna &W VZVi l'4?i VXii 123Jf Delaware and Hudson 109?; HOJi 109 109 Denver and Rio Grande. 112J4 112 112U H2JJ Erie 46J 4C 46 46 ICrippreferri-d SS 83 SS 83 Erie seconds 103?i 1C3J I03U 103'i lCrieluniled 1 100 100 100 100 Hannibal anil St. Jo &9'J 30! SDlj S3'-i do.)rererred 113JJ 1155 II 1' 1144 Houston and Texas 101 'A 101H 101 101 IllmolsCeiitral 140i 140 139' 139i Indianapolis, B.&Wesfn. f'i 535, .34'J 54'i Keokuk ami I) '-S'i 275J 27 27 Keokuk and D. preferred... 53 S3 53 53 Kansas Pacificconsols . 109 Lake Shore I 12s5i 129y 12S 123 Louisville and Nashville 1 10774 10754 107 107 Lake Erie and Western (S'-i 6354 1 E?4 62?i Louisiana Central ' 63 63Ji 63J C3 Michigan Central ! lCKl'i 109 103 103 Missouri Pacific 1111 111?; 111 111 Missouri, Kansas & Texas... 51 51S . 50 50 do. first..- 111 111 111 111 Marietta preferred j 10 10 13 15 do. second J 10 10 10 10 Mil. LakeishoreAW 63 63 62'i G2'i MobdeaiidOhlo ! 33 39'4 33 33 do. debentures. .. j 6 65 65 65 Meinph.'s and Charleston ... 91 91 89 S9 Manhattan Elevated 26 28 26 23S4 Metropolitan Elevated I 90 93 DO fri New York Elevated I 107, 109 107 109 New Yolk Central ' 147 147 146 H6 Northwestern 12 127 123 123 do. prelerred ' 13s K"S 133 i: New Jer-sev Central .101 101 h! 101 Nashville A Chattanooga... 89 SI S3 89 Northern Pacitie 41 45 - do preferred S6 8S1; s3 &r, Ohio and Mississippi I 43 43 42 42 do. preferred. ' 116 lin 116 llfi1, Ontario and Wetem 37 37 374 37 Oregon K'v and Nav... ....' 173 17s 173 174 Pacific Mail I 52'; S2 52 52 Peoria. 1. and Evansville... 561; .37 .Si'4 53 Panama 2s0 2s0 273 275 Pullman Palace Car 1!3 HI 143 144 Itoik Island 14i 143 14.3'J H3 Ue-iding 60 61 5'J?4 60'4 liortiteteraiid Pillsburg .... 46 45 41 44 Itii-h.und Alleghany 74 75 73 73 St. Paul 121 125 I2PJ 123 do preferred 131 131 134 131 San Francisco- 52 52 52 52 do. preferred 79 79 79 79 do. lirsl preferred 80, S6 t-6 b6 St. Paul and Dululh pref.. S0 86 St. 86 'IVilCdo. Delphosaud B 33 3.5 33 33 Texas Pacific W; C!l 63 63 Union Pacific. 13U"4 130 129 I2)j; Western Union . 130 130 135 136 da extension 91 9i 91 92 Wabash.St. L. and Pacific. 57. 57 56 56 do. preferred 94 94 93 83 Adams Express . 133 American Express . 83 United States Expiess. 73 Wells and Fargo Expiess... - 13s American Cual - 3 Col Coal and. 1 !3s 65 6.1 63 Cameron Coal 43 43 43 43 Consolidated Coal 41 41 40 40 Maryland Coal 29;j 29 23 29 N 01 lb. Carolina Coal . 29 UININH STOCKS. Following are the closing prices of mining stocks: Arirona 4 8 11' 20 2 19 60'4 5 24 Dcadwood .-.. . Kxrelsior. Houtentake ., . Little Pitts IJuicksilver. . do preferriMl . Silver Cliff. . Standard .... ....................... 2 The following were the closing quotations for Uov- ernment bonds: BOVEUN'MENT BONDS. United States 4 per cent, coupon .. Il7?all77 United suues4 per cent, registered... ........ 116alls United States 4 per cent, coupon 114aII5 United Slates 4 per cent, registered . 114all5 Urnleil Slates 5 pel cent, coupon ... 103ul0i United States5 percent, registered . 101 United Slates ISSl s coupons 102al02 United Stales lvil's registered ...... 103 sales. District of Columbia 3.65's coupon ... 109 ullO STATE BONOS. Georgia 6's. . 113 do. 7's. inoit.. . 114 do. 7's. gold 119 Louisville consols.-. 64 Missouri Cs 115 SL Joseph 112 N. Carolina, old . 36 do. uew 22 N. Carolina funding. do. sp'l tax Tennessee Os... do. new........ Virginia 6" dn. coiLSoli'dt.. do. deferreil 13 7 77 7S 40 85 17 t Ei matured conpons. SUB-IKEAsanV BALANCES. Coin J79,i;.S5i u9) Cuirency Jo,477,350 00 Messrs. H.D.CooKe,Ji..iVCo.received Ihb following telegrams: Nkw York. June 21. The following are current ru iiiois on Wall street at this hour ilO a. m.) : The average sentiment expressed last night regard ing twiat the stock market would prooablydo to-day va.- mat my in favor of a stronger and higher general list, notwithstanding the indifferent and rather irreg ular eiosiug. It was stated by brokers that money was bid up lo 7 percent. lor small lots late In the day, and runior were circulated by the bears of an unfavora ble hank statement to-morrow . but it was claimed that funds were offered till the time at 3 and 4 per cent, for i-.SiO.iKO by Eames Moore. About the only securities t lie movement m which excites coiisiderablediversity urtipuiloii are the trunk lines, and this is principally owing to the admissions of several of the managers thai at present, so far as grain rates are concerned, the pool Is practically abandoned: but thsy nevertheless declare that no contracts are being made at the pre vailing low rates. It was thought by conservative liaders last night that the market, as a whole, looked welt. audit was claimed there was a large existing short interest in it. The friends of Gould, Sage, and Dllioubuy that lliey expect and predict a great deal higher market next week.aud someof the best houses In the street believe In a considerable advance to-day unless the VauderbilLs hreak.which Is not anticipated, in view or the promised favorable statements to he made and dividends declared this morning. The buy ing of Union Paciiic Is claimed to be excellent. Leav lltand Leland each bought about 5,000 shares yester day at about 129, mainly for Insiders. There is a talk of a projected jump in Hannibal common on the shorts, which are estimated at 20.000 shares, but this is probabl exaggerated. There Is also a threatened 10 ier cent advance in the Northern Pa cllics. aud the Villard party talk 20o again for Oregon. There IsA nen pool In Indianapolis, Bloomington and Western, who are giving out advice to buy for 75 or 80 in sixty or timely days. It is said that the Cin cinnati, Cleveland and Sandusky, which is leased to the Indianapolis, Bloomington and Western, Is going to pay 4 per cent, in cash in July and 15 per cent, in scrip. A considerable further improvement In the Orangers was talked of at the Windsor last night on the immensely increased earnings the third week. It is smted the buying of Jersey Central is excellent, and it will tell in the market shortly. It lsaunouuced that the Long Islaii ISniiroadCompany is about to issue 10 "S,;.ii of new stock, remove the receiver, nav off 590J.O0U of floating debt, aud expend ?2,O90,O0O fox j new equipment and betterments. SL Louis advices claim that Receiver King, of the Ohio and Mississippi, will not resign until the affairs of the coiiiuiy are so adjusted that It may pass Into the hands of the reorganized company. It is also statist when he makes his final July report the stock holders will stand ready to assume all Indebtedness, retain control, aud float a new loan. GUOESBECK & SCHLEY. New York, June 24. Following rumor current at 12 111.: The news bureau says I.nl;e Shore has declared 2 per ceuL, Michigan Central 1 per cent., and Canada Southern nothing. GUOESBECK & SCHLEY. Nkw York, Jiiuc24, 12:tB p.m. The Milwaukee and St. Paul earnings increased the third week in June 5200,000. The Michigan division is not yet officially an nounced, but It is pretty direct. ,r T GROESBECK & SCHLEY. I ew obk, June 24, 1 p. m. The dividend on Lake Shore is 2 per cent., mid it is believed that the snrplus has been largely Increased. The latter is, of course, rumor. General market dull and steady. GROESBECK fc SCHLEY. IEwyoRK, June 24. The foUowlng rumors were current In Wall street at 1:30 p. m. : The half-yearly report of the Lake Shore, ending June, 1881, shows: Gross earnings, $3,970,00!): net, 3,490,000: surplus, ?36, 340. Damages by snow and floods caused great losses during the urst four months, which increased the op erating expenses materially. Gross earnings of the Michigan Central, $1,641,000; net, 51,295.030; balance. S442.OJ0; dividend, $403,455, being ?26,455 in excess of thebalance for the half year. Severewlnter and local storms of great severity for the first four months in creased the operating expenses and decreased the earnings. GROESBECK & SCHLEY. Ivew York, June 24, 3:20p.m. The stock market opened dull and steady, and with a disposition on the part of traders to await news from the meeting of di rectors of the Vanderbilt roads as'to dividends. About noon It was announced that Lake Shore had declared 2 per cent., Michigan Central 1 per cent., and Cauada Southern nothing. The effect on Lake Shore was to advance il slightly, as some thought the dividend would be less. Michigan Central and Canada South ern declined for the opposite reason. The general list sympathizedasarule with the trunk lines. Among thespecialties Northern Pacifies advanced further on the old report that Villanl would to-day issue a state ment to the pool at a meeting called for that purpose. At this writing no statement lias been made public. The whole market declined during the afternoon, the trunk lines leading. Toward the close a rally took place, and the market closed steady, in exception to the general list. T ue elevated stocks have been nota bly strong throughout. Money has ruled at 3 to 4 per cent, during the day. closing at 3. The Government bond market has been dull at yesterday's prices. GROESBECK & SCHLEY. FBy Associated Press.1 New York, June 24. Money easy at 34 per cent on can. closing at 3 per cent. Exchange steady at 434 to 454 for long and 4S6 to 486 for short sight. Gov ernments quiet and generally firm. State bonds strong and active. Railroad bonds irregular on a moderate volume of business. The stock market opened Irregular, but in the main higher, but m the early dealings prices declined to 1 per cent. At the first board there was an advance of to 2 per cent.. Northern Pacific preferred, St. PaulWestern Union, and LakeShore leading therein. After midday the speculation becamo feverish, and during the afternoon, when the reports of the Lake Shore, Michigan Central, and Canada Southern were made public, a sharp pressure to sell was manifested, which resulted in a general decline, ranging from to 3 per rent. ..the trunk line shares leading the downward movement. In the final sales there was a recovery of i to per cent- Oregon Navigation rose 7 per cent, to 178. hut closed at a reaction of 4 per ceut. The elevated railway shares wero strong, and advanced to 3 per cent, on the day's transactions. The sales aggregated 313.292 shares, including Canada Southern. 17,900: Delaware, Lackawanna and West ern, 14,300: Central Pacific, 4.S00: Erie. 18,100; Kansas and Texas, 6.200: Lake Shore. 33,500: Louisville and Nashville. 900: Michigan Central. 29.400: Memphis and vuariesiou, j,jm aiissoun i'acuic, :vtuu: rew jersey Western Union, 25,100; Mobile and Ohio, 5,100. Foreign Jloucy Jlarlxct. Londox. June 24. Bonds fours. 119; fives, 195! Atlantic and Great Western firsts, 63; do seconds, 26' Erie. 47. do seconds, 10G; New York Central, 150; Illinois Central, 144. Baltimore Stool Board, Bai.tiiiore, June 24. Virginia sixes consolidated, S5: do second beries, 42; new ten-forties, 57 bid to-day. PRODUCE MARKETS. Baltimore General Market. Baltimore, June 24. Cotton steady: middling, lie. Flour inactive but strong; Howardstreet and Western super. $3 504 25; do extra, $1 505 25; do family, $5 506 50; City Mills super, $3 504 59; do extra, $4 75 o 25; do family, 50 737 00; do Rio bi ands, JG 506 02; Patapsco family, ?7 25. Wheat Southern steady; Western advanced, declined, and closed stead-; South ern red, SI 201 27: do amber, $1 20 1 30; Ko. 2 West ern winter red, spot and June, 1 271 27; July, ?1251 20: August, Jl 23124; September, ?124 124. Corn steady and quiet; Southern white, COk do yellow, 5Sc: W'estern mixed, spot and June, 5 57c; July. 5G37c: steamer, 52c. Oats a shade better; Western white, 4041c. do mixed, 39c Rye quiet at 51 0J.)1 03. Hay dull and lower; prime to choice Pennsylvania and Maryland, 514 00(6,18 00. Provisions steady, with fair jobbing trade demand; mess pork old. $17 50; new, J1S 00- bulk meats loore shoulders anil clear rib sides, none here; do packed, 79 bacon shoulders, 7c: clear rib sides. 10c: hams. Il(iiil2c: lard refined. 12c. But ter lirm; fresh grass, 12ftilKc. Eggs about steady at lie Petroleum quiet: refined, 8l4c. Coffee firm; Rio cargoes.ordinarv to fair, 9(3111c Sugar steady; A soft. 10c. Whisky firm at ?1 10. Freights to Liver pool per steamer quiet: cotton. 3-lG(j);4d: flour, lbs per ton: grain. 4d. Receipts flour, 3,465 barrels: wheat. 71.4iS bushels: corn, 83.320 bushels: oals, 5.3x3 bushels: rye, 100 bushels. Shipments wheat, 118.S79 bushels; corn, 125.370 bushels. Sales wheat, 539,779 bushels; corn, 121,720 bushels. Ticvr YorJi General larlcet. New York, June 21. Cotton dull and easier; sales to-day. 326 bales: uplands, 11 l-16c; Orleans, 115-16K weekly net receipts, 741 bales: gross receipts, 8,657 exports Great Britain. 4 022 bales: France, 633 bales: the Continent, 578 bales; sales, 3,061 bales: in stock, 151,933 bales. Flour Southern, firm and fairly active; common to fair extra, $523573: good to choice do, S3 807 50. Wheat spring lc better; winter c lower, closing heavy: ungraded spring, 90c 51 15; No. 3 do, $1 14. No. 2 do. 1 251 20: ungraded red, 51 12 1 31; No. 3 do, SI 26; steamer do, 3121 delivered. No.2 red. 51 291 30: steamer, 2G: No. 2 red, June, $1 291 30: July, ?1 23129: August, ?1 237i 1 27. September. l 25l 20: No. 1 while. July, $1 23. Corn opened strong; closed c lower and weak: trade moderate; unsound, 50.g51c: ungraded, .35'S.39c: steamer, 5757c: Xo. 2, 5359: No. 2 white, Cl6l: white western. 60: yellow. 60: No. 2, June, 573i57c; Jul3 57c August, 57ftn3Sc; September, 58fii3s. Oats lc lower aud dull: No. 3. 42(g43c. Hops quiet and steady: yearlings, 12lsc Coffee quiet; Rio, 9ft!l2c. Sugar quiet; fair to good refining. 7 fosc: prime. 3c: refined, firm: standard A. 9c Mo lasses quiet and firm: 50 test refining. 3637c. Rice stead v; moderate business. Rosin lirm at $205(3210. Turpentine unsettled and lower at 42T$ 13c. Wool firm, fairly active: domestic llecce, 31(43c; pulled, 2040c; unwashed. 1232c Texas, 1430c Pork dull and unchanged: middles quiet and nominal. Lard mod erately active and prices without decided change. Freights firmer DISTRICT COURTS, Supreme '"oitrt in- General Term Justice MacArthot Preshiino. McBanlel vs. Parish: case reinstated on the docket. In re Samuel L. Perry, habeas corpus: on hearing. Circuit coort Justice James. Revells, jr.. vs. Mason: verdict for plaintiff for po-ssesslon. Jaffrey &Co. vs. Bruce el al.; judgment by default. Criminal Court Justice Cox. Henry Mat thews, burglary; a nolle pros, entored. Clark Brown, assault with intent to kill Henry Roberts: not guilty. Lucy Casey, grand larceny: pleaded guilty: sentence suspended. Eliza Adams, receiving stolen goods; not guilty. JSituiTY Court Justice Wyi.ie. Butler vs. Queen ; sale ratified nisi. Young vs. Young ; sale or dered and Charles Walter appointed trustee to sell. Denmead vs. Denmead: rule 011 trustee returnable July 5. 1S3I. granted. Davidson vs. Simpson; re ferred to auditor to state trustee's account. Groat vs. O'JIure: motion to enlarge reference to auditor over ruled. Laddy vs. Fitzmorris: offer of purchase by OShugrue accepted. Kcyser vs. Hitz; hearing in progress. Prorate Court Justice TfARNER. Will of Catherine W. Morse admitted to probate and record. Estate of Robert U. Yewell : letters of administration issued to George J. Musser: bond, $20,000. Will of Sophia H. Smith filed: order or publication issued. Estate of Charles Gordon; order of publication is sued Will or George K. Baler admitted to probate and record, bond or executrix. $8,000. Will of Ella C Kails admitted to probate and record. Estate of William T. Griffith: letters of administration Lssued to Charles T. Griffith : bond. $5,400. Will of Sarah E. Maior fullv proven and cause continued. Will of William Johnson fully proven and admitted to pro bate and record, bond of executor, $5.0u0. Will of Statins Lane admitted to probate and record; ex ecutor's bond, 52.000. Estate of John J. F. Joachim: cause continued to July 1. Bernard Onsdorf appointed guardian to Carl Procurator. Final notices were Is sued in,lhe estates of Mary F. A. Torrey and Dr. James Hall. REAL ESTATE. The Official Transfers or Yesterday as Re corded. Mr. J. F. Olmstead presents the following transac tions In real estate in the District yesterday, as re ported 10 him by the Recorder of Deeds: city property. On M street north, corner of Fifteenth street west; part of lot I (east 20 feet by 62 feet 10 inches), square 196, Jane F. Wilson et al. to William L. Freeman ct al., nominal. On Eleventh street west, between S and T streets north; part of lot 12 (20 by 100 fCet), square 300; Mary A. Langley et vir. to Charles A. Langley, $000. On E street north, near seven th street west: part of lot 16 (33 feet il inches by 100 feet G inches), square 457; James S. Ednards et al., trustees, to John L. Vogt.J.3.150. On Fourth street west, hetween K and Lstrepts north ; north half of lot 5 (27 feel 4 inches by 93 feet 5 inches), square 526; John Spinner to William Mc Pyncheou, S63S. On Second street east, near C street north: part of lot 27 (south IS feet 6 inches by 115 feet), square 725; Catharine Twlss to Charles S. Drury, $300. DIED. MACKEY. The friends and acquaintances of the family of Dr. and Mrs. Albert G. Mackey are invited to attend the funeral of the former from his late resi dence. No. 1339 Q street northwest, on Sunday, at half past two o'clock p. m. 1 Cn l e cf ahet-s. W. R. Speare, Undertaker, 940 F Street Northwest. Everything strictly first class and on the most rea sonable terms. fel0 HENRY LEE'S SONS, TTILSriD IE ZET -A-IEC IE IR,S, 33' Pennsylvania Avenue N. W. x, .,.., m. J 304 Pennsylvania avenue a E. Branch offices . 3S Maryland avenue S. W. mal R. R HARVEY, 921 Seventh Street X. W., Formerly 93a P STREET NORTHWEST. The public are respectfully notified that I am no longer at 932 F street, but 921 Seventh street north west. Make no mistake. R. F. HARVEY. my5-Cm $$fmaircia(. COOKE & CO., Grain and Stock Brokers, Corner .Fifteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue. CONNECTED by SPECIAL "WIRE with CHICAGO. Trade in. Quantities and on Margins to Suit Customers. QUOTATIONS TELEPHONED when requested. JAY COOKE, of Washington.! G. THOMAS NOYES. I Tay23-6m HATCH & FOOTE, BANKERS, No. 12 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. WE BUY AND- SELL UNITED STATES BONDS, EXECUTE ORDERS DT STOCKS. BONDS, AND MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES. AND TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKTNO BUSINESS. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. ma!4-3m H. E. DILLINGHAM & CO., 23aaxk:ers and Srolsers, No. 13 NEW STREET, NEW YORK, Buy and sell, either upon margin or for investment. Railroad Stocks, Bonds, and other Securities usually dealt in in the New York Stock Exchange. H. E. DrM.txoirAM, C. G. White. R. H. Parks. jMemberof the N.Y. Exchange. M. S. N1CH015, (Of M. S. Nichols & Co., Chicago), Special. ma!4-Cm csa:E,zs,3?3iEu3r ss co. No. 513 Seventh Street, REAI ESTATE BROKERS. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $100 TO $20,000. dec 13 MONEY LOANED At 6, 7, and S Per Cent., ON SATISFACTORY SECURITY, apl-tf JOHNSHERMAN.&CO. - Sbontc .Supplies. Snow-White Bread and BEAUTIFUL, ROLLS AND BISCUITS will be guaranteed if you use i '" "I m"i ti m Vv at WW J -1 tw the celebrated Minnesota Patent-Process Flour, which was awarded the First Premium overall other com petitors .at the National Fair in 1870. and aain the First Prcmium.in the shape of a very handsome Gold Medal, in 1SS0. The millers claim that one barrel of CERES will turn out forty loaves more bread than any other flour in America. STERLING'S ST. LOUIS FANCY, a magnificent Winter Wheat Patent, and unrivaled by any patent-process flour in the country except Ceres. MINNEOLA, a very superior nnd handsome Minnesota Patent. RELIANCE, a splendid Minnesota Patent Flour, made by tho cel ebrated Hungarian process. It is a very cheap and beautiful patent, within the reach of all classes, and we guarantee will give satisfaction to every oue who wiU try it. GOLDEN HILL, the old reliable stand-by, aud the Standard Family Flour of the District, and equal to a great many so called patent flours. We defy competition to bring forth any flour superior to CERES, STERLING, MINNEOLA, RELIANCE, or GOLDEN HILL, and e feel assured that any housekeeper who tries them once will never use anything else. For sale by all Grocers. Wholesale Depot: Corner First street and Indiana avenue. WM. M. GALT & CO. 421 B Street, corner Fiftli (Capitol Hill), Tfasjust received a fresh stock of fine Teas, Coffees, Wines, and Liquors, which be Is selling at BOTTOM PRICES. Always on hand all kinds of Produce and Provisions. US-CALL. ocl-ly JOHN R. KELX.Y, Dealer In first-class Beef, Laml), Veal, Mutton, &c. CORNED BEEF A SPECIALTY. Stalls 623. G23, and. 630 Centre Market, Ninth street wing, and 206 and -"OS Northern Liberty Market: or address Box 71, Citv Post-OOice. Marketing delivered free of charge to all parts of the city. jeS-tf ELPHONZO YOUNGS, GROCER, 504 Ninth Street Northwest, Je3- Between E and F. TF YOU WANT THE VERY NICEST BP.EAD, JL buy " Our'Ncw South." It is sure to please. For sale bv all firsi-class grocers, and wholesale by V. II. TENNEY fc SONS, Dealers in Flour, Feed, Corn, Oats, Hay.Straw, &c. CAPITAL MILLS. myC-tf West Washington, D.C JBoohs and Sfafiorterri. New Medical Books. Drugs That Enslave. By Dr. H. H. Kane. ?l 50 Bright's Disease and Diabetes. By Dr. Tyson...... 3 50 How Persons Afllicted with Bright's Disease Ought to Live. By Dr. Edwards 73 Constipation Plainly Treated. By Dr. Edwards... 75 The Wilderness Cure. Bv author of Camn Lou... 1 00 The Samtar3- Care and Treatment of Children.... 2 SO American Health Primers, each 50 Wm. Ballantyne & Son,. 428 Seventh street. FINEST ASSORTMENT OF ALBUM CARDS In the city.Foreign and Domestic. Croauet, 7oc, $1, $1.25, and up ward, at t. i d. je i ::e 3, X-i.'S, F STREET, opposite Ebbitt Honse. and Fourteenth street ana I'ennsyivania avenue. To Patent Attorneys, Architects, and Engineers. I respectfully call your attention toTURCK'S DIA MOND INDESTRUCTIBLE DRAFTING INK. This Ink has the folio wing ad vantages overall other draft ing Inks heretofore used : 1. It produces a clean, even linc.and does not "wash off," thus enabling the draughtsman to color his me chanical drawings without danger of the lines "run ning." 2. It being ready for immediate use. it obviates the tedious work of " rubbing up " ink, thus saving much time and labor. 3. Being composed of indestructible material of a dense, black color, which makes a durable drawing and a perfect photographic copy. 4. The Ink containingnoacidornlkali.prevenuany danger of destruction to drawing utensils or paper. I refer you to the U. K. Patent Oftiee. General Land Office, Interior Department, Architect's Ollice, Treas ury Department, and ail other Dpparttnents of the U. S. Government. Very respectfully, G. A. AVIIITAKER, 341 Pennsylvania ave., Washington. D. C. Price per quart, ?10; per pint, $6.30; per half pint, U50. TThS Paper and Envelopes, IN BOXES, IF1:-.Oj&v 15c to 50c. A Large Variety of New Styles Just Received. 2TJErW BOOSS. Great Speeches by Great Lawyers, by Snyder.. Thompson's National Bank Casos, vol. 2. Wharton's Conflict of Laws, Cd edition The Dartmouth College Causes, by Shirley Dorman's Origin of Primitive Superstitions-.. Rosenthal's Muscles and Nerves ..... ..J6 00 .. 6 00 ..C00 ,.. 2 50 . 3 50 ..150 Bv the Tiber, by author of ''SlgnorMonaldinrs Uiece " 1 50 Tsar's Window "No Name Series" 1 00 Fifty Years in a Maryland Kitchen, by Howard- 1 50 Thomas Carlyle. by Wm. II. Wylie Franklin Square Library - . . . 23 Miss Williamson's Divagations, by Miss Thssire- W. H. & 0. H. MORRISON, Law Booksellers and Stationers, No. 475 Pennsylvania Avenue. 31. WILLIAN offers 20 per cent, off his entire stock of NEW SUM MER GOODS. French Pattern Bonnets and Hats, Millinery Novelties.Silk Wraps, Streetand Traveling Wraps, all the best French Corsets, Lawn and Per cale Wrappers, Lawn and Gingham Suits, Black Damasse Suits. A fine assortment of Parasols and Gloves, Parisian Novelties in Neckwear. Black and White Laces In great variety. Ladies and Mis.es" Bathing Suits and Caps, and a carefully selected line of Parisian Novelties. Best English Needles four papers for twenty cents. M. WILLI AN, 7 Cite Trevise, Paris. 907 Penna. avenue. EASY FEET, &c. The wise for health on daily walks depend. Hence DR. WHITE'S establishment. 14IC Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Willard's Hotel, Is p tr iwd by thousands of well known personages, at. o st tnem the highest medical, judicial, political, mHtirj-, nnd naval dignitaries of this and representatives of leading foreign countries. Foot Surgery. Corns. Bad Nails, tc. Fee.JI per visit! THOaIPSON'S SHIRT FACTORY, S16 F STREET NORTHWEST, Opposite Fatent Oftice. DRESS SHIRTS TO ORDER a snccialtv. READY-MADE SHIRTS at following prices. Best Wamsutta. unfinished, 75c; finished. !Oc Best Fruit of the Loom, unfinished, t5c; finished, SOc. Boys' Wamsutta, unfinished, 60c: finished, 75c. FANCY HALF HOSE. LATEST DESIGNS IN NECKWEAR. GENTS' FURNISHINGS. LOW PRICES. ap2S JAMES THOMPSON. Manager. f. monaa New York S CONSTANT Direct and Private Wire to New Orders in Stocks and . executed wi GOYERNHE Foreign Exch H. D. Cooke, Jr., 1429 :e We invite the Public to avail themselves of our ser and Selling. "TSuilbcv -Supplies. Lumber Yards AND la;irLg :&Ill- Our New Planing Mill, Sash and Door Factory Is now in full operation. It is one of the largest and most complete in tbecountry. Our MACHINERY is the very best, with all the latest improvements. We employ only skilled workmen, and guarantee our work first class. We are prepared to do the finest kind of work, sucli as House Fmishiug, Church and Office Furniture. CTo5 .et "lv oris a, Speclalty We cordially ask all who are in want of such work to give us an opportunity of competing with factories outside of our city. Our stock of Lumber is the largest and most complete in the city, embracing all kinds of 3TJ I LjDZUSTGt XjT-LvB-:-?,. Our assortment of Hard Wood embraces TTv7-a,la2.ia, IE sEicHrory, Clerry, Ika.ple, .icl3., Poplar, Scc, of every thickness. In FLOORING we offer special inducements both in Virginia Pine and Florida, all our own manufacture, and we guarantee the matching and working perfect. Onr Flooring is so piled we can give any widths, from 2 to 6 inches. Our prices for all are as low as can be had. IE 3st5 ates on. IkLiU """"rOs cheerfully furnished. Communications through mail receive our prompt attention. Z. E. Jackson & Co., Comer Oliio A -. a.d. ?liir-teen-iSa. St. JfcT- "n7, -vrJS-33STGr,T03iT, 3D. O. ap25-ly 250 Rarrels of Saylor's Tortland Cement. STRONGEST, CHEAPEST. BEsT. Also 1,500 Barrels of Lime, From the Cobb Lime Company. Rockiaud, Me. Best Lime in America. For sale by L. E. ga2tnto:n Jel2-1y Room 7, Corcoran Building. ESTABLISHED 1870. HOLTZCLAW BROS., BUILDERS. OFFICE: 1215 OHIO AVENUE NORTHWEST, Washington, D. C fel5-Gm oirse-urmshmgs. w7 b7 moses &son; Cor Seventh street and ?Iarket Space, Carpet, Furniture, and Upholstery. SPECIALTIES FOR SPRING TRADE. STRAW MATTING, J-L.UOII L.l.NlviN, . OIL CLOTHS. RATTAN FURNITURE. COUNTRY ROCKERS AND OTHER CHAIRS, For Lawns and Porches. Baby Carriage. Hammocks. Slip Furniture Covers, Wire Window Screens, Window Shades, Mosquito Canopies, Silk and Linen Lap Robes. Our line being complete we solicit an inspection. PRICES GUARANTEED. W. B. MOSES & SON, jc-lm Seventli and Market Space. (Established 1341. NEW STOCK LATEST DESIGNS -WJ-XjXj IF-A-IPIEIELS. JUST RECEIVED. TIFFANY. MARIS. DRESSER, AND OTHERS. Sole Agent for Bnlmer's English Decorative Gilt and Fresco WALL PAPERS. WINDOW SHADES, MATTINGS. ETC. IV. P. CLARK, fe!7-6m 1113 F street northwest. JULIUS LANSBURGH'S POPULAR LOW-PRICED HATTfflG HOUSE 315 Seventh street. 500 Pieces White Hatting - 12 cents 500 Pieces Red Cheek do. - 15 cents 500 Pieces Fancy do. - - 25 cents AND QUANTrriES OF BETTE3 GRADES je2 AT CORRESPONDING LOW PRICES. GAS STOVES! GAS STOVES! GAS STOVES! THE SUMMER FUEL: Msuey Saved! Trouble Avoided! Satisfaction Secured! by cooking with the STJX DIAL GAS STOVE. For sale or rent at the office of the Washington Gas Light Company, 411 and 413 Tenth street northwest. my2 313 SEVENTH ST. X. W. Stoves, Furnaces, and Ranges, SLATE MANTELS. REPAIRING PKOMPTLY ATTENDED TO. W. H. IIARROVER, au30-tf 313 Seventh street N. W. COAL AND WOOD. The experience of the past winter must impress on the minds of all prudent housekeepers the impor tance of laying in a good supply or COAL and WOOD for the coming winter. Now is the time to buy, and the place to get it is at 611 New York Avenue. A. B. SMITH. Juke 1. 1S31. je20-tf UMBRELLAS. LARGEST AND BEST STOCK IN THE CITY OF Slllt, Guanaco, and Gingham "UMBRELLAS, Ladies' Silk UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS, from $ to $10. Lined Pongee SUN "UMBRELLAS. Wagon and Buggy Umbrellas, from $2 to $5. STINEMETZ'S HAT STORE, JeS 1237 Pennsylvania avenue. 3ft $$ThranciaL tock Market. QUOTATIONS. York, Philadelphia, and Boston. Investment Securities th dispatch. 3D SSBZ-JLj NT BONDS, ange, Coin, &c. & Co., Bankers, examine our Quotations and vices as Brokers in Buying rapeler iiii)e. y XRGINIa'mIDLAND RAILWAY. TO THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. OK AKD AFTEK SUNDAY. JUNE 12.1S31, TRAINS LEAVE B. & P. DEPOT AS FOLLOWS: 7:10 a. m., dally NEW ORLEANS FAST MAIL. Direct connection for South aud SotithwesL Dally, except Sjnday. to local points on C. t O. It. R. PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS are run from Wash ington to New Orleans without change of cars. llatt a. m. WHITE SULPHUR LIMITED EX PRESS, daily, except Snndav. 10 Faunuier and While Sulphur Springs. PARLOR CAR, Wash ington to White Sulphur Springs. 10:15 p. m. VIRGINIA SPRINGS EXPRESS, daily, lor all points South via Danville, and West via C. fe O. R. E. PULLM AN SLEEPING CARS daily from Washing ton to Augusta, Ga., without change. Passengers for Manassas Division will take 7:10 a. m. train daily, except Sunday. For AVarrenton, 7:10 a. m. daily, and 115 daily, except Sunday. For tickets and information call at Virginia Mid land Office, C01 Pennsylvania avenue. N. MACDANIEL. Agent. M. SLAUGHTER. General Ticket Agent. fisS-ly THE WEST JERSEY RAILROAD (NEW BROAD GAUGE), between PHILADELPHIA and ATLAKTIC CITV, U now running fast trains of elegant Passenger Coaches and ParlorCars (IN WHICH the CHARGE FOR SEAT HAS BEEN REDUCED TO 25 CENTS). Through without stop in 00 minutes. Passengers from Washington will take the through trains of the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad or Bal timore and Ohio Railroad to Philadelphia, and arrive at Pennsylvania Railroad Station. Thirtv-second and Market streets, or at the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad Station, at Broad and Wash ington avenue, where Union Transfer coaches or streetcars connect direct to station of the West Jer sey Railroad, at FOOT OF MARKET STREET. For through tickets, baggage chects. and full infor mation, apply as follows: Northeast corner Thir teenth street and Pennsylvania avenue: station Bal timore and Potomac Railroad, corner Sixth and B streets: 619 Pennsylvania avenue, 13."1 Pennsylvania avenue, station Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. J. R. WOOD. General Passenger Agpnt. FRANK THOMSON. General Manager, inya-gm TALTLMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. THE MODEL FAST LTNE.ANDTHEONLYLTNE BETWEEN THE EAST AND THE WEbT VIA WASHINGTON. DoublkTkack: Jai;jey Coctler! Steet. Rails! Schedule to take effect Sunday, May 22, ISSL M. LEAVE IVASmifOTONI fJO-CHICAGO. CINCINNATI, AND ST. LOUIS FAST EXPRESS. 500 Baltimore. Ellicott City, and Way Stations. tG 1.1-BALTIMORE EXPRESS. &M Baltimore, Annapolis, and Way. (Piedmont, Strasbnrg, Winchester. Hagerstown, and Way, via Relav.) 8.10 Point or Rocks and Wav Stations. 8.15-PHlLArJET.PHlA. NEW YORK. AND BOS TON EXPRESS. &O-STAUNT0N AND VALLEY EX PRESS (con nects tor Hagerstown and at Point of Rocks for Frederick). 9-.O0 On Sunday only, for Baltimore, Annapolis, and Way. 10.00-BA LTIMORE EXPRESS (stopsat Hyattsvllle, College. Beltsville. Laurel, Annapolis Junction, Jessiip's. and Hanover). 10:40 prrrsBURn. Chicago. Cincinnati. AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS. 1 M. 12.10-BaltImore. Ellicott City, Annapolis, and War Statlons. li"i On Sunday only, for Baltimore and Way. fill BALTIMORE EXPRESS. tlOO-BALTIMORE.PHILADELPHIA.AXDNEW YORK EXPRESS. 3:30 Baltimore and WavStattons (Winchester, Fred erick. Hagerstown. and Way. via Relay). 4:30 BALTIMORE, HYATTSVILLE. AND LAU REL EXPRESS (Frederick, via Relay, stops at Annapolis Junction i. tt45 Point of Rocks. Frederick. Hagerstown. Win- chester.and WavStations. (On Sunday to Point of Rocks and Way stations only.) 1 1:40 Baltimore, Annapolis, and Way Stations. t5M-5 BALTIMORE EXPRESS (Martlnsburg and Way, via Relay. Stcns at Hyattsville aud G.-03 Point of Rocks and Way Stations. fG.45 Baltimore and Way Stations. 7-.3D-BALTIMORH. HYATTSVILLE, AND LAU REL EXPRESS. t9:15-PITTSBURO. CINCINNATI. AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS. t!fc50-PIrILADELPHIA. NEW YORK. AND BOS TON EXPRESS. Sleeping car to New ork, and special sleeping car at Philadelphia. IftOO-KA LTIMORE. HYATTSVILLE. AND LAU REL EXPRESS. Stops on signal or to let oa passengers at any station between Washington ana Annanons Junction. t Dai.y. JSundays only. Other trains daily, except Sunaay. AH trains from Washington 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 al any point in the city. 1881 THE OUET 1S81 PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE TO THE NORTH. WEST. AND SOUTHWEST. DOUBLE TRACK. STEEL RAIL. SPLENDID SCENERY. MAGNIFICENT EQUIP MENT. IN EFFECT MAY IS, IS8L TRAINS LEAVE WASHINGTON, from Depot, cor ner or Sixth and B streets, as follows: For Pittsburg and the West. 8.-00 a. m. daily, with Sleeping Cars to Pittsburg and Chicago: 1030 a. in. daily, with Sleeping Cars from Harrisburg to Cin cinnati. SL Louis, and Chicago; 9:30 p. m. daily, with Palace Car to Pittsburg. BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. For Canandalgna, Rochester EuffUlo, Niagara Falls, with Parlor Car to Watkins and the North, at 8.-00 a. m. daily, except Sunday: al 9:30 p. m. daily, ex cept Saturday, with Palace Cars to Canandaigua and Watkins. For Willlamsport, Lock Haven and Elmlra. atl00 a. m. daily, except Sunday. For New York and the Easu&OO. 10-30 a. ro., 00. WM and 10:15 p. m;On Sunday, 2:00 p. m., 10:00 and 10.15 p.m. Limited Express oi Puurnsn Parlor Cars, 030 a. n daily, except Sunday. For Brooklyn. New York, all through trahs connect at Jersey City with boats of "Broofciyn Annex." affording direct transfer to Fu'.lon street, avoiding double ferriage across Ncv York city. For Philadelphia. 8.-00,10:30 a.m 230.5: 10. lfcOO and 10:15 p.m. Oa Sunday. 2:00 p. m. 5:W. 10:00, and 10:15 p. m. Limited Exnrss. 9-.30 a. m. aaily. exceptSunday. For Ualtimore, 6:40, 8.-00. 930, 10-JM a. m.. and 2:00, 4:20. 4:40. 5: 10. 9::. 10:00 and 10:15 p. m. On Sunday. 8:00 a. m.. 1020 a. m., 2rfO. 5:40, 9:30, 10. and 13:15 p.m. For Poies Creek Line. 6:40 a. m. and 4.40 p. m. daily, except Sunday. For Annapolis. C-40 a.m.and 4:40 p.m. daily, except Sunday. ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG RAIL WAY AND ALEXANDRIA AND WASHING TON RAILROAD. For Alexandria, 7:00.7:20.920 a. m., and 1130 a. m., ISO. 5:00 p. m.. 6:20 p. m.. &03 and 1130 p. m. On Sundays, 7?0, 0:20, and 11.30 a. nu. and &00 p. m. For Richmond and the South. 7M a. m. and 11:10 a.m. daily, aud5:00 p. m. daily.except Sunday. Trains leave Alexandria tor Washington. 6.-00, 8:03. and 10:00 a. m.. 12:40.3:00, 5:00,7:00. and 9:10 p. im, and 12:00 midnight. Sunaay, at 8.14 aud 10:00 a. m., 7:00 and 9:10 n.m. Ticketsandinformationcanbeprocuredattheofflce, northeast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue, and at the station, where orders can be left for the checking of baggage to destination from hotels and residences. J. R. WOOD, General Passenger Agent FRANK THOMSON. General Manager. ccont--5barrD 2aods. A Chance for the Poor. A large lot of merchant tailor made Coats. Pants, and Vests.such as rich people wear: some equal to new, some litte worn: for less money than shoddy ready-made: also, some Dress Coats of expens ive make, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Watches. Jewelry, Guns, Pistols, tc., at fe22-ly 303 NLNTH STREET. OLD WINE AND OLD FRIENDS ARK KNOWS AS TITE BEST. SO IS JUSTH'S OLD STAN known for years as the nly place where first-class SECOND-HAND CLOTHING can be sold at respect able prices. Address or call at JUSTH'S OLD STAVTD, No. 619 D street northwest, or Branch Store. No. 106 Ninth street northwest. N. B Note sent by mail promptly attended to. Astonishing Low Prices. As the season has advanced.I will sell the remain der of my stock to suit purchasers. Don't fail to call At MRS. C. V. SMITH'S, 618 Ninth Street N. W. sSLoitcvies. JLuu i. PkoJb JLamra A Splendid Opportunity to Win a Fortune. Seventh Grand Distribution, Class G, at flfeir Orleans, TUESDAY, JULY 12, ISSl. 134th Monthly Drawing. Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated in 135J for 23 years by the Legislature for Educational and Charitable purposes with a cap ital of ll.oon 030 to which a reserve fund or over $120,000 has since been added. By an overwhelming popular vote its franchise was made a part of the present State constitution adopted Decembers A. D. 1S79. Its GRAND SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS wHl take place monthly. - IT NEVER SCALES-OR POSTPONES. Look at the following distribution: Capital Prize - - - $30,000. 100.000 TICKETS AT TWO DOLLAR EACH. HALF TICKETS. ONE DOLLAR. LIsT OF PRIZES: 1 capital Prire.- . $33,009 1 Capital Prize 1 Capital Prize 2 Prizes of J2,'i00. 5 Prizes of 1.000. IU.DUO 5.000 5.000 5.000 20 Pnz3 or 100 Prizes or 20) Prizts or 503 Prizes or 1,001 Prizes of 500.. .. io,a 10.009 10.OOJ 10,009 .. 10,000 .. 27C9 I.S00 900 fll0,4T 100.. 50.. 20.. 10 APPROXIMATION, FRIZES. 9 Approximation Prizes of $TO0 ... 9 Approximation Prizes of 209 9 Approximation Prizes or loo 1.S37 Prizes, amounting to- Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all points, to whom liberal compensation will be paid. For further Information, write clearly, giving full address. Send orders by express or registered letter or money order by mail, addressed oulr to M. A. DAUPHIN, New Oilcans, La, Or M. A. DAUPHIN, at No. 212 Broadwav. New York. Or J. P. HORBACn, C03 Fourteenth street northwpst, ' Washington. D.C. . All our grand extraordinary drawings are under the supervision and management of Generals G. X. BEAUREGARD and JURAL A. EARLY. WS :33d: POPULAR. MOXTIILY DRAWING OP THE Commonwealth Distribution Co., AT MACAULEY'S THEATRE. In the city of Louisville, on THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 18S1. These drawings occur monthly (Sundays excepted) under provisions of an act of the General Assembly ol Kentucky incorporating the Newport Printing ana Newspaper Company, approved April 9. 1S78. jeSTThis is a special act, and has never been re pealed. TheUtilted States Circuit Court, on March 31, ren dered the followingdecision: First That the Commonwealth Distribution Com pany is legal. Second Its drawings arefalr. Thiscompanyhas nowon hand a large reserve fund. Read carefully the list of prizes for the JUNE DRAWING. 1 Prize $30,000 1 Prize...- 10.000 5.00O 10.000 10.000 1 Prize.. 10 Prizes. $1,000 each- jj frizes, ooucacn.. 10O Prizes. 200 Prizes, cno Prizes. 1,000 Prizes, 9 Prizes. 9 Prizes. 9 Prizes, 100 each.. io.ua 10.000 12.000 10.000 50 each- 20 each- 10 each.. Sno each. Approximation Prizes. 2.700 3)0 each, " - 1.600 iuu eacn. 900 tfV Prizes, $112. Whole tickets, $2: half tickets. $1: 27 tickets, $50 35 tickets. $ioo. Remit money or bank draft by letter.orsendby ex press. DONT SEND BY REGISTERED LETTER or POST-OFFICE ORDER. Orders of$5and upward by express can be sent at our expense. Addressall or ders to R. M. BOARDMAN, Courier-Journal building, Louisville, Ky or T. J. COMMERFORD. 309 Broad way. New York : or J. W. CLARK, 309 G street north west, and ir22 Pennsylvania avt-nue: or to T. B. M A YNADIER, C03 Fourteenth street northwest. TThS ORIGINAL "LITTLE HAVANA" (GOULD dt CO.'S) DECIDED BY ROYALHAVANA LOTTERY, NUKBEB VOR MDMBKK, PRIZE KOR I'RlZK, to the full number or prizes in the Royal Havana, with 230 addiliobal prizes, as shown in the following SCHEDULE: 1 Capital Prize $5,000 1 Capital Prize 1,000 1 Capital Prize.. SCO 400 sua 2.000 300 2 prizes of $200 each 5 prizes or $IijO each .. . 100 pnzps of 20 each Oio nnresofiSeach 9 Approximations or$2S each to thp9 remain ing units of the same 10 as the one draw ing the $300 2 Approximations of $15 each to the number precf-dmg and following the theone draw ing the $1.000 7U1 Prizes, as above, being the full number in ihRoval Havana, and 230 Additional Prizes ol $3 each to t!i250 tickets having as ending numbers the two termi nal units uf the number drawing the Cap ital Pme of Jj.Ooo toil Prizes 13.605 Class 10S5, y-ujn.e 30, 1831. Ticlictn, SL Slnlvc. HO cents. Ati, Phizes Paid on Prkskntation. SHIPSEY COMPANY, General Agents, 1212 Broadway. New York, or .TOII3V W. CLARK, 309 G street northwest, or I2 Pennsylvania avenue. my9-6m Washington, D.C " FOR"" INFORMATION CONCERNING LOUISIANA STAT E LOTTERY. KENTUCKY STATE, and LITTLE HAVANA Appl3- to J. VS. Clark, 319 O street northwest, or H22 Pennsylvania avennt apl9-lm hotels. HOFFMAN HOUSK RESTAURANT AND CAFE.' DlailHon Square, Kew York. A FAVORITE FAMILY HOTEL. RATES A3 REASONABLE AS ANY. my31m C. H. READ, Proprietor. "THE EBBITT: WASHINGTON. D. a Army and Navy Headquarters. FOUR IRON FIRE-ESCAPES. TERMS, $1, $3, AND $20 PER DAY. apt WILLARD'S HOTEL This favorite hotel, having been thoroughly reno vated, painted throughout, and ENTIRELY REFURNISHED, IS sow Open for tlie Reception of Gnests. BRESLEtf & COOKE, ap5-tf Proprietors. "PHILADELPHIA HOUSE, WILLIAMS & MEREDITHS PROPRIETORS. 348 Penna. Avenue N. W. de7-ly v7-OSJVTT .TTSS 2IOTEL, Corner Fifteenth and H Streets. First-class in every respect. st. james KcorrsL, (ON THE EUROPEAN'PLAN), Corner Sixth. Street and Penna. Avenue, HAYWARD & HUTCHINSON, 317 Ninth. Street Northwest, GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION- TO MODERNIZING DEFECTIVE PLUMMJ IX CITY RESIDENCES, And, having a. Large Force of Competent Workmen, attend promptly .AJJ. TOBBIITG OSZDSIS- ap22-ly .'" E1 STABLISHED 1831 JOHN McDERHOTT & BROS., CARRIAGE-erANUFACTURERS (Steam used),?W Pennsylvania avenue, near ThirC street west. A ashington, D. C. Carriages and Ha ness received on storage and sold on commission. Carriages repaired. fel-t Steam Litnograpning Establishment. PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHING-'' A SPECIALTY. No. -U3 Pennsylvania nvenufi. Iy29-iy NORRJS CETERS, Proprietor H if 1 s i f i I Jf I 4 i -. I-. fj j .- - -A-irfi-i..- . . N 07 L,