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THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN : JFBIDAY MORNING. APRIL 23, 1886.
THE NICAV CHINK9K SJIISTEIt TtEASQNS JTOIt HEJECTIO??. With III Itetlnuo Arrlvo nnit Oo to Cnstle Htoirnrt. About a dozen members of tlia Chlneso legation In tbls city went to tho Baltimore and Potomac depot last evening fit 7.80 o'clock to meet Chang Yen Woon, tbo now minister ot tho Imperial government. Thoy wero gazed at by stragglers around tbo depot, but no crowd collected, as It was not ccnerallv known that tlio Bartv waa ex pected to arrive Tho train bearlnjr tho now embassy of forty persons entered tho depot at 8 o'clock, and shortly before that tlino members of (ho old embassy who had como to meet them drew up In lino on tho platform. Upon Chang Yen Woon landing tho min ister advanced to meet bin successor and shook hands. They walked to tholr car riages In watting, tho balance of tho two embassies falling lq lino, and wero driven to Costlo Stewart, whero everything was ready to rccctvo them. . . Senator Bhcrman was at tne aopot, out Ihcro wero no representatives of tho oovorn ment In their ofiiclal capacity to rgctlvo tho embassy. Tho bngE'go ot lh Bult formed an enor mous pile, it consisted ot small boxes made of willow and much resembling baskets, tnnumborablo boxes resembling tea cbctts, band boxes, and small bandies' without number. i Cbang Yen Woon Is a thick-set man ot medium liclght, about GO years ot ago. Hot has held various ofllccs of honor Id his own country, and comes hero as mlnlstor pleni potentiary and envoy extraordinary to to unitcuovates, i cru, aim nuttiu. Tbo party left Han Francisco ontholSth, Instant, arriving In Chicago lost Tuesday. , After having rested, tho embassy la tho- ovcniDg wero cscortcu to witness mo per formance ot tho "lllkado" by tho McCJaull Opera Compaqy. Wednesday morning tho minister was waited on by Gov. Oglcsby, ot Illinois: mayor of tho city, president ot tho board ot trade, and many prominent business men. ttovcral buildings were shown, tho board of trado pleating tho most Tbo llattlo ot Octtvabure Panorama .was also visited beforo leaving. At 8:15 o'clock that ovcnlag tho party left Chicago over tho l'o nnsylvarda railroad for this city direct, under tho, escort of Mr. II. , K. Watcbami tho city passenger agent at Cbicogo of tho Pennsylvania Company, ox tenstvo preparations tnyipg been mado by, that road for their .safe conduct -and com fort. Tho minister oxprcsied himself as favor ably Impressed with the country and atten tions beeton ed. llcspcctlng tbo question of) alleged Insult to him by tho Ban Francisco collector of customs, ho appears somewhat reticent, and is ovldcntly sorely displeased at his treatment, but will lay tho matter be foro tho President. Ho was risked .about tbo Cblncsa outrages in tho west, and In tlmatcs.that Jt will bo his first business item on assuming tho duties of his position. Tbo trip from Chicago Interested him greatly, tbo manufacturing Interests of each placo being fully explained to him by bis escort. Anothor subject bo has under advisement by request of tho omperor pi China is tho proposed building and operation of rail roads In that country, for which purposo ho bos brought with him two of tho best, es sayists of his country. Muring tho coming months this subject will bo studied carefully, and reports sent in tho omrteror from tlmo to time. Tba Interpreters aro In tho sulto, and arol tbo only English-speaking members con nected with tho embassy. AnotheriNatlount Monument. In the Scnato yesterday Mr. Hoar, from tbo, committee on tho library,, reported au original bill to appropriate 115,000 In aid of a national monument at Plymouth, Mass. Mr. Hoar asked for tho irmnediato consider ation of the measure. .Tho monument, lie said, was to consist of flvo figures, being a central figuro or faith, And surrounding figures .mo rality, education, law, and liberty. It was to to erected under tho direction of tho stale or Massachusetts. Tho citizens of that stato had contributed 8120,000 for It. , alio 315,000 appropriated by this bill, bo said, was appropriated in .order that tho national government might bo represented tn tho mon ument. Mr. Maxcy, Mr. Cockrcll, and Mr. Harris ox pressed themselves opposed to tho expenditure of tho public money lor any monuments. Their objection was not especially directed to" tho appropriation for tho Plymouth monument, ttui In thnnrlnMnlo Involved. Mr. Hoar and Mr. Voorbccs spolco briefly, but warmly In defense of tbo principle or com memoration by thoinaltpnal government of leading events In bb.tory.of human progress. Tbo bill x as, passed. "Senate Secret Session, Tho Senato In cxccutlvo session yestorday took up tho caso of Charles It, Pollard, of In dlana, nominated to bo qjudgo of tho supremo court ol Montana, vlco den. Coburn, suspended. Tho case was reported adversely from tho Ju diciary committee, and Senators Edmunds aad. Hoar spoko against Pollard, Pollard was a confederate and Coburn was a Union soldier. Many allegations concerning questionable transactions In which Pollard took part whom assistant district attorney In Indiana were dls-i cursed, , benatorVoorhecs began a speech In favor or Tollnrd, but gave way lor an adjournment. Senator Morgan offered a resolution, which was not acted ou, to remove tho injunction of secrecy from tbo Well and La Abm Mexican treaty, recently rejected, and tbo accompany log papers, i Academy of gclencos. At tho session of tho national academy of sciences at the national museum yesterday, Frof. Ellas Loomls read a paper on "Areas of blah baromctrlo pressure over Kuropo nnd Asia." and Prof. Alexander Graham Bell a pa- lnjunetlon of Beercoirx'lemoYeil From the Sonnto's Action Upon the tVlso Coolbnugh Case. The Senato ban removed tho Injunction ot secrecy from tbo roport In tbo caso ot Gcorgo Wise, nominated to bo pottmostor at Hamburg, Iowa. WIso brought chargos of partisanship and Inefficiency against Coolbauah. the Incumbent, and tho com- mlttnn linvlnc received tho cancrs In tho ------. -..,.. case, gave uooiDaugn an opportunity m re ply. Tho report embodies all tho papers In1 tho caso, and concludes as follows: It was fortnnato for tho suspended officer that his caso reached tho commlttco before tho cxccutlvo department resolved not to placo the paper upon which suspensions aro based in its possesion for Inspection. Tho papers In thlscasewero cpmmuiileated to tliocomrult teo by tho Postmaster (icneral. This enabled tho commlttco to Inform tho auspendod olilocr1 of tho nature of tho charges lodged against him, and aflbrd him an opportunity to respond to tho same Tho ollectlvcnoss of tho sus pended officers rcsponso to tho charges ana specifications presented to tho l'rcsldont and Postmaster General w 111 not be questioned by any Impartial mind. Ho did not rest his de fense on his own personal dental, nor qualify Its forco by tbo Introduction of counter charges against his aeouser. lie went directly to lha parties upon whoso alleged grievances tba person nominated to tbo Seuatq as btasuo ecuorJiadbasodhlt'chargcs. and tho result of his action Is hlven In tbo letters of tbo said parties hereinbefore set out. Thcso letters ho forwarded to Iho commlttco In support of his tpeclfla answers to; tho charge and apcolilsa- tfnnnnnn which hn win snftnendcu. Theso aro autograph letters of Iho.riartlcs. and ills-. cioso mo iact tuai tnosiuu ciiotkos uinu speci fications havo no foundation of truth upon which to rest. In view oi tho foregoinst stato of ' facts tho commlttco ran but cqnolmlo that Gcorgo VIo, tho person nominated by the President, 1 not For tho fienata to advlso and consent 10 his ap- OFPICE OF TITE TENEHIfuVE. Interesting; Services In tho CnUiolio Churches. Tbo ofllco ot tho tcnobrse, which began Wednesday night In tho Catholic churcbos and Is sung for thrco nights, Is a solemn and Impressive ecrvlco. Tho various churches wero filled to overflowing with people At the bcglnnlngot tho ofllco thlr tcenllghtcd candles aro placed on tbo can delabrum, and at tho end of each psalm ono Is rrat out till only a single candle Is lofti lighted at tho top of tho triangle. During tho singing ot tho bcncdlctus tho candles on tho high altar aro put out, whllo at tho antlnbon attor tho bcncdlctus tho slnglo candlo left lighted Is hidden In tho epistle corner ot tbo altar, to bo brought, out again at tbo end of tho ofllco. Tbo extinction of lights figures tho growing darkness of tho tlmo when Christ, tbo light ot tho world, was taken. Tho last canuio is uiuucn, not, oxunguisncu,,io sig nify that death could not havo dominion over Christ. The clapping or nolso mado at tho end ot tlio office symbolizes tlio con fusion consequent on Christ's death. Tbo chants comprlso tho lamentations of Jere miah and tbo cantlcloot ?acham "Illossod bo tbo Lord God of Israel." The ofllco Is sung by tbo clergy, assisted by a mala choir. Tho crowds at tho different churches yes terday beheld tbo glory ot tho repository, bedecked with myriads ot flowors and can dles. To-day tho churches will bo draped In mourning, and In many of tho churclies a ay figure of 'Christ In tho tomb will bo exhibited. Tbo tcucbrtD will bo sung to night tor tuo last umo. THE -MARKETS. entitled to furihn consideration by tho penato. polntmcnt by tho President, would, bat, on-, courage tho presentation ot Unfoundod onargw against puDiio oruccrs. tuo practice u-oau enough when tboottlcs Is sought by a person not n parly to tbo formulation anil presentation oftho false charges. It is much wona when the applicant for tbo olllco Is also tho accuser, as In tne present caso. Ibo nomination of Oeorgo WIso to bo. postmaster at Hamburg, Iowa, vlco II. C. Coolbaugb, suspended, Is herewith reported to tbo Senate, with a recommendation that tho nomination bo not. confirmed. i i m i t District Affairs in Congress. Jdr. EewcU,from (ho.Jlbrary'commlttcoof 11)0 Bcrmte, repotted on amendment to tho ap propriation bill, making au appropriation of SlO.ooO.far tho purcbaso of works of- art under thi ritrrrslnn nfthn Inlnt llbrftrv committee. Tlio Bcnato commlttco laid asldo temporarily. tne District appropriation mil, to onaoiotno District eammmlonsrs to prepare Jsomo amend ments thereto. Tbo Senato District committee expect to como ta a, decision at tho maotlazto-dayupon tbo nomination ofltccordcr Matthews. Mr. Ktcrhatt hns Introduced n bill In tho House authorizing tho president of the Senato, Breaker of tho Houso, and Secretary or War to havo constructed, In bronza or marble, a statuo of Gen. Anthony Wayno, and also a statuo or William l'cnn, tho samo to bo erected on sultablo sites in the city or Washington. Tbo sum or 500,000 Is appropriated for tbo pur pose. Senator Ingalls, chairman of tho Senato Dis trict committee, has received letters from a numbcroflialllmoro merchants, giving reasons why tho tax upon "drummors" should bo abolished. No. MO. Tho Vlcksburir am ., r, .. . Ki.t-,,i:. ...1 iuu jU!Uimiiy,iiiuiiiiju Juviliticxiw - nam. Argued by Mr. Pdgnr of. Johnson for per "Upon tne acai ana uuroo oi jianuu u Vlneyatd." Civil Kngluear It. E. Peary, U,S.) navy, by request of tho academy, will read at nsner this afternoon "On tho exploration of riroonliml " unit will exhibit BledsCS. BnOW skates, Ac., In connection with, the pa.pcr. RAILWAY NOTES. Mr. llubtlngton conflrms tho report that ho bos acquired control of tho Clncinnett. Ham ilton and Dayton railroad. Astorywosonrreotin Wall street yostordayj that Jay Uould hasotjato quietly been buying' up stock of the Jersey Central railroad to got control or tho proporly. It was bellevod that Mr. It. H. Hayes will bo mado a director or tho road In Mr. Gould's Interest. Tho Atchison, Tqpcka and Santa JfoKall road Company announces that ou April 2J, r, will restore freight rates to tho schodulo oxlst log beforo tho Transcontinental war of rate began. Iho company has advaucod its pas. fencer rates from Missouri rlyer joints, to tbo Paclfla coast to (29. President Cablo, or tho Hock Island: Vlco Prctblent McMulien, of. the Alton, and Vino l'rCBldent Potter, of tbo llnrllngton. havo ac cepted the Imitation to act as arbitrators for the Chicago pool managers, ami will-shortly awara tbo percentages iqioii which tho busi ness cast bound wilt bo divided. Tbo United States court at Philadelphia has denied tho motion foronrollmlqary Injunction,, whlohuairaadoon behalf the Pullman Pal-' aco Car Company, to havo the Central Tran sportation Company restrained from prosecut ing its action brough to recover two Install mints of rental rescrvcdlu tho original contract between tho two companies. Tbo Houso commlttoo An publla lands or Troubled Policemen. Tbo recent decision of tbo court In general term bos given tbo police c. great scare. Prior to iho decision tho officers hod a feeling of so curlly In their positions; as It Is now they aro at the mercy of tho commissioners and llablo to instant dismissal without a chanco of n trial or hearing. The pollco havo already taken steps tobavo the matter corrected, and mem bers of each pollco precinct havo been selected to form a commlttco to wait upon Congress and seek redress. Tho officers, while feollng very f cnslth c as to tho new order of things, havo hoses that when their views uro presented, to Congress that a correction will bo mado and nrotectlon clven them under tho law. The olllecrs nllcga that under tho existing stato of .ollulrs a man's position ou tho forco will bo Insecure and tbetendency of tho future will bo to make It a political rather than a metropoli tan force. tVcnthor Till May 3. Our last closed with Tticsjay, 20th, Eaturday, 21th, will be, for most of tho day and night, qulto unsettled, especially, parts of lha night. Sunday, 2Sih, will. Improve through tho day and night and bring moro settled weather. MandaY. '2Gth. dav.nnd nlirht rather latr. Tuesday. 27th, fair, with iiomo clouds, espe cially in inc morning. Wednesday, 28th, fair, with premonitory symptoms of cooler and a storm, duo on Thurs day, eutb. . ... 1 Fiidoy,30th, unscttlpdjyct partly or fceblyl fair, oxtept the -nlght,artor midnight, cloudy1 or worse. , . Eaturday, May 1, very mixed or conflicting; doubtful. F. L. OAfE.v. Suit for .Trcspnjs. Jnb, Myers has entered suit, against .Mary A. .and IlenJ.Uillyard, lor trespass, claimlog $oQ0, damages. Tho 'declaration was prepared by MessrsjDIrneytt: Illrnoy, solicitors, and states that on Sept, IS, ttm, Myers was possessed of premises No. 1827 Seventh street, northwest; which adjoined a lot bclormlni: tq Mrs. Hill jard, onwhlchnttoroand dwolllng was being Tata,t In' Ihn Imuran !M fhllt rnrlr It 1 charged tbatolght Inches wn-i out away from1 Msera's house from front to rear ana from foundation to roor, and tho material carried away, it Is further averred that thoy broke, soiled, and olbcrolso greatly injured tho in terior walls, llpors,,andtnlroays out tho roof, causing It to leak, and doing damage In all to tho extent orttXIO. , .,. I,nt Mectlns ot Mr. HUss. Mr. llllsB.tbo evangelist, hed threo jueet logs yesterday at tbo Y, M, C. A, tho noonday meeting at. 12, a Blblo reading at 1:15, and a short sermon to young men at 7.30. To-day Is his last day hero. Ho will give aillblo rcad ln?att4:15. at which tho. Indies are specially' invited: a meeting for tho young men at 71 ur. miss is a pi his audience at t TUB COURT RECOUP. Thq proceedings. In .tho Supremo Court of tho United Stales yesterday Wero as follows: On raotlori ot BollcltorGcncral Goodo, Evans B, l'llltbury, of Ban Franrlsco, Cat,, was ad mitted to prarllco. On motion of N. J. Ham mond, Hoke Smith, of Atlanta, Ga., was ad mitted to practice. Ho. 1323. ltichard A. Tllghraan, appellant, vs. W llllsro Proctor ct al , Motion to advance granted, and canto assigned for argument on tba (irst Monday in Kovembor noxt at tho foot of tho call. $0,213. Thomas II. Oppcr, plaintiff in error, vs. tbo town of Covington, Ind. Argument concluded by Mr. Joseph K. McDonald for tho plalntlir in error. . Ko. 233. Eatt Itko City, appellant, vs. 0. J. Ilolllstcr, collector, die. Argument oontlnued, by. Mr, F. S. lllehards for appillant, by Mr. Solicitor General Goodo for appollco, and con- ciuQcu oy .iir. iiicnarus ior anpcuanu snu juari nan itaii- error, vs. Iiracl Put' plaintiff th. error nndIrillpko Kmitlfor do Ito.iiOl. I-orln Ingersoll ct.al.,. plaintiff Jntl error, vsi, Twiiiuamsot, ai., in error yj tiion supremo court 01 1110 Fiaia m ruw iuiil, au- missed with costs, under rulo 10. . . Ho. W2. Maria P.l'.vans ct ahplalntlff, in error, vs. Airs. Alary a. riao ct ni. ijirguou uy .Air. John A. Campbell for defuudant In error, and submitted on printed argument by Mr. Wm. Grant lor plalutlirs In error. , . Adjourned until Alnuday nextat 12 o'clock. Circuit Court Justtco naancr. Oleason vs. Virginia Midland ltatlroad Company; verdict for defendant. Ward vs. Cullluano; Judgment by default. Windsor & Ford vs. Johnson et, al.i on trial. . , Equity Court Justlco James. Norris vs. Korrlsisalo ordercdj and F. .U. .Alexanderand J. C. Hcnld appointed trustees la soil. Nlckcr son vs. Nlekcrton ct al.; certified to tho gcnoral term to bo heard In tho first Instance Dillon vs. Dillon: tX per month alimony ordered paid. Pollard vs. Carroll; sale ratified by con sent. Criminal Court JustlcoMacArthur. Samuol It. Vlnal, grand larceny; pleaded guilty; sou tenco suijiendcd, aud defendant roleasqd .on bis personal rccognlrnnco. Charles Hamilton, murder or Gcorgo Hill: argument In progress. Assignment unchanged, in Tnnresthclo movement In England has en tirely died out, because well, becauso people think thern is moro rood common sonso In tak log a bottlo or Dr. jibll'a Cough. Syrup than In carrying ajlly, Chinese Imtoinnlty, Senator Morgan, from tho commlttoo ou for eign relations, reported to tho Senato a bill to ndcmnlfy tho Chlneso for tho losses and dam ages Inflicted upon tbcra by tho rioters at Hoc it Springs, W)o.T. In September last. It au-. thorlzos the President to designate not to ex ceed thrco olllecrs of tho United States to in vestigate and take tho testimony of witnesses as to tbo nature and extent or tho damage Jano to tho persons and property of tho Chlneso, and in connccttcn therewith they may consider tho tcstlmony.already taken and reports mado, subject 10 the cross-examination ol tho wit nesses, 11 deemed necessary, and such other proof as mav bo submitted to thorn by tbogov ernment of China. They aro required to report the ollmalo of tbo damages sustained by.oach person, and submit tho testimony to tho Sco- Ocneral Decline in Stocks, and I-nrgo Decrease In Sales. Nkw York, April 33. Tho stock market again reached the point ot extreme de clines and dullness to-day, tho total sales being only 148,313 shares, n decrcaso of nearly 100,000 shares from yesterday. Prices were about steady during tho forenoon, yielded slightly after midday on a llttlo In crceso in the amount of business dono, but, again becamo steady lato In tbo day, and tuo market closed very dull and steady at figures that show declines of t to 1 tier cent, from last evening's final quotations. A conspicuous featuro of iho morning's opera tions was tho advanco In Union Pacific. It remained steady during tbo rest of tlio day, and closed at DOg after sales ot w, shares, the most active stock on the list. Tlio trading In Lako Sboro amounted to less H...1R,MT .1.. . - .1 4,.. ,,...,, la .in tuitu ju.uw guuiua. uuu wu Dt,uuiw ' un changed, notwithstanding nearly all the, nows rcoeived hero dining the day.wa rora Chicago end related to tbq BtrJk, 0 among tho, employes of that company. The news, such as It was, was of n rather unfavorablo character, but it was somowhat conflicting. 8t. Paul contributed 31,100 shares, ana Is an exception to tho general rulo by closing higher than yesterday. Southern Pacific Is also up 1, and Missouri Pacific j, on limited dealings. Tho total sates of Lackawanna wero only 13,000 shares, and It closed with sdccilne. Among the low-priced fancies. Hichmond and West 1 oint was conspicuously wcsk, scums uo wu toOl, and closing ni higher, with a not loss of 11. Thcro was decided weakness In Consolidated Uai, tbo stock selling from lOflt down to 102, at which It closed after sales ol 0,1)00 Bktres. Tbo stock oxebango will bo closed to morrow Good Friday. Treasury balances: Coin, $133,853,711; currency, $10,030,051. UnointlonsotTUursany's.Stock Sales. The following ilillr market ftpotts ti bra. furnliMd by J. Vanes Uuls, broker, Ia Droit bulIJInir.Elsblh and V ilmu, bring IU most, ac tus stocas iu tus flsir x orK tscnsni; Opng. Oapsila raclftc tilt Usual l'aeloe st Cill. and U S3Vi Dslaware S, Hudson..- lolVj CI tl sens' School Dill. Dr. ItolrtIteyburn,Gcn, William Drowno, CbatlesK, Hovcy, Charles M Matthews, John t. Vogt, M. 0, Emery, John T. Olvon, A. C. Richards, L. S. Emery, John E. Hcrrell, It. J, Dcoll, A. M. Clapp, and It. W. l'smrlok, com prlilng tho citizens' ooinmlltco on publlo schools, wsIUhI upon tho commissioners yes terdsyat 1B.C0 o'clock in tho Interest ol tho citizens' school bill, Tbo bill providing for twenty-lour school trustees was read. Col, Webb did not favor such a largo number of school trustees, and he did not sso tho neces sity for dividing tTia city Into districts. Commissioner bcstley suggested that tho commlttco appoint n subcommittee of thrco o confer with tho commissioners. The committee then appointed as their rep rcsentalltcsDr. Robert Iteyburn, Mr. Charles M. Matthews, and' Charles E. Harvey. An other conference will bo hold with tbo com missioners Saturday morning at 10 o'clook. 1' nor 01 alb. High. tow. Clig. H 03t, IX m. 11 41 utl m iut 10114 lei 'imvi 171 121A, US' SSk t SlTb ni sm et tout m, t St StVi SV K ti I0A lllVl t04t 107V) 107V 10711,1 ion; 10) ....' tts 41 411 so a rnt, V'i SO V91!' sm, siv, si 111, SSt tx s;t ei s;k io 101 10V M V) SOTh h tit, ; 11 Iblt 7CVS PROPOSALS -FOR FJtK.111 MKtF, JJUT TOK, AC. Oificr, pvnciusiiio HHn Daror Commissary of BuraisTxvcr, WatiutViTOK, D. C Aprila). 1SW. Sealed proposals, In triplicate, addressed, to the undsrslgncd, will bo received at this olllco' until 12 o'clock noon ON TIIUII9I1AY, HAY 20,1880, at which tlm6 and placo they will bo opened In Iho presence or bidders, fur furnish inglbo l'resli fleer required by tho Subslstaneo Department, United Slates Army, ntthls depot, for Issue to troops, Ac, during tbo Uscal year commencing Jnly 1, two. Hensrato nrnnOsnls will also bo received fur furnishing from tbo contractor's stall during the samo period such eholco cuts ol Fresh llecf, Mutton, and Corned ltecf as may ho re quired for sales to olllecrs. Tho government reserves tho right to reject any or an proposals. Mvnia Bxonaa. r.r,ASAv lEGKER TV' BROS. r IAHOS. containing nronnmls must bo1 marked "Proposalsor Fresh Ucer.'.'.ao. Envelopes Information as to conditions, quality pf Decf, P.b,mlW .,1271, nns... "m Ksniuui and Texas ST JeiHyUcntrat 01 LakeSbort.. StSji I and K i Mltsoiul I'aelSc ItJIVs NoHbtcrn.,.,,.,. 10JI(, N.l'.prtf..., K Mew York wausl 10t, (mli....... 41 OrsronTrsns 2Wt Orecon ralKray M rsflSoMslli...i Sl Ittsdlng S3, St.il'aul tVt. Tesssl'scino 10, Union rnclOc i'l VaiMni Uiilon. ....... St Oil 70 Ornln nnd l'rovlslons. Following Is the -rang ef prices In ths'Cbleacp market, filruliliKl by II. K. l'lsln 4 Co., bt, Cloml llulldlog, corner of Ninth and F streets. Wheatf Opng. High. Low. Cl. May BOh, M 80 SOU, Jane 82N, 8J 81 J2W Aug SlVl i 81 SIV, Nsy , SS SJtl, 7T June,...., ,. 56 3Vi MV. Oats My so SOU, 30 June SOVs 80 80 Tork May. June, dm:' May 5 87 5 00 June. s Oils 5 09 Aug S 02i 6 0 Washington Stock ISxclinngio. The following list of ths most active stocks dsolt In on ths WuhlDfton Stock Bxchann Is rurnlshed by Messrs. Bell A Co., bsnksrs, Mo.'liyja.'snnsjl- paimcnt, &c, can bo obtained by appllcntloa ta WKLLt VlLLAtp. Cant, and (1. S.. U. S. A. ap23.2l,50,27AmTHUti PBOI'OSAIfl FOtl LKATinNS, FUEL, AND MILlTAItY KUl'l'I.IlH. ' U.B. MiRisr. Coars, Ql'AnTKnMAsn u's Orncr, , Wasiuvoton, April 23, ISSd. Sealed propoialsjn duplicate, will bo re eclved at (bis olllco until 12 o'clock M. or tho Sddayor Juno next for furnishing nations, and until 12 o'clock M. of tho 4th day or Jnria next for furnishing Fuel, to tho United 8tatos' Marines otono or more of tho followtngsta tlnns, from the 1st July, IBM), to tho IVHIi Juno, 1W, vlr: l'orttmoulh, N. II.; uharlestown, Mass.; llrooklyn, N. Y.: Phlladolnhls and I caguo Island, Pa.; Annapolis, Md.; Washing ton, D. C; Norfolk, Vo.; Peinacola, Flo., aud Moro Island, Cal, Specifications wllh blank proposals can bo. .obtained upon application at any of tho sta tions named, oral tlio offices or tho Quarter master, Washington, D, C and Assistant tluortcrmastcni, ir.'U South 4th street, Philadel phia, Pa., and cio Sansomo street, Ban Fran-clrco. Healed proposals win also no received at tnis FISCHER, AND ESTEY PIANOS ! ESTEY ORGANS. PIANOS l'Oll ItK.NT. SANDEIIS ITSTATMAN, (jAitvis iitiTi,r.n in ciiAnoE), OKNEltAL.AfANAGEIlS, 034 7 Street Northwest, Washington. IB JtVCliarles Street, Baltimore, JFllTAXQIAZ. MiAAAAM yifVrVVTynvvvAVWiAAAAAAM 11 K, Plain. W. n. limns. B. K. Plain & Co., BROKERS. Stocks, Grain, Provisions, and Oils St. Cloud Unlliliu-g, Dili nnd FSU. Chicago Oorrespondents ! Cliarlcs Counsel man fi On. City references: Notional Bank of tbo He public. Constant Quotations of Chicago and Now York Markets by Special Wires. Telephone. MB. J.W.Waish. Jil), Shako, office until 1 1 o'clock M. of tho Clh dayoCJuno next lur lurnisning supplies, consis Cloths. Kerses. KlsniiDls.lllsnkctSj Ha mcts, Mtliiary stores, lirooms, llruthes, Axes, 1MQN&HAU S7H, Ji 1 0 00 I 02V, S 07b, S 03Vi 0 o;" S IZVs U 74 I'Vs 0 S76 0 30 0 2V)i 30 S 87th 7Mi S OiVi S MVi 02 SOS Vonlaavenusl April 22, 1!. ... Permanent Imp. 8s, 1891, coin., remanent Imp. 7s, IMt. cur . Market stocks 7s, 1881, cur..... rctary of Stato witbln.slx months, which tlmo mnvbacxtandad six mohthibvtho order of tho President, and the samo shall bo oxamluod Ingati4:15, at which tho, Indies gro si Mr. Bliss is a pleasant speaker, and Interests Ills audience at tne very beginning 01 nis meet ing, and holds their elosOkattcnflon through- sua'BiOBinK nuai tu tuu interest, ui uis out. services. Mr. IilTss has been tnrough tbosouth since January; holding evanmlhrtlo mtrttngs at New Orleans, La.; Columbia, S, C; Atlanta, Ga., and other points, and will return to-night to his homo In llostou for a period of rest. Marino Ilospltnl Service. Tbo Senato commlttoo on commerce ordered favorablo reports upon tbo Logan bill to regu late appointments In tho marlno hospital ser vice. 1710 bill bos been ameudo 1 no ai to excludo present officials from Its. operations. It provides that inodlcal officers shall here after bo appointed by tho Prenldcut by und with tho advice and consent of tho Senato. No person shall bo appointed until ho has passed a successful examination iu medlclno, surgery, and hygiene. Original appointments are only to bo mado to tho rank of assistant surgoons. by tho Secretary or state, and thereupon tho President shall awanl to each person Injured the sum that ho shall consider to bo Just In view ortbo evidence and report proscutcd to him, tho aggregato amount so awarded-by tho President, not exceeding 0160,000, shall bo paid by tho Secretary or tho Treasury to tho Chlneso minister at Washington In full satisfaction and dlscbarcoof Iho Injuries to persons and prop erty lnlllctcd upon subjects of tho Chlneso cm-Pl'F- ; . Sek tho Easter book of tho season, at Whit akfr's, "Tho Song 9! tho Bluebird," 75 conts. ' . 1 r 11 Morrow Chinese 1)111. Tho IIouso commlttco on foreign affairs yes terday reconsidered tho-voto by which a favorablo report was ordered on tho Morrow Chtncioblll. Itcprescntatlvo Morrow and tho other members of the California delegation are opposed to tho amendments mode to Iho bill tn enmmlttf.n. nnd pftTuielallv to that Ono which says masters or vessels shall not bo llablo to penalty far bringing any person Into tho United Rtnlps wlin 1h. piitlued to como to tills icounbrv under cxistlngilrcatytetlpulatlons. Thoyoay that tho bill is really an abrogation or tho llur Ungamo treaty, and that 11 this amendment were adopted It would defeat tho entire pur 11050 of tho bill. Thoy also said thoy would ppposo tho bill In tho IIouso it roportod In its prascnt shapo. The bill will be furtbor consid ered in commlttco next Tuesday. ( .1 Jl ,1 11 ! w ,, A- IUMJ JTnk'i'nfi Cquifprt. "Birds como homo to roost," sarcastically remarked a citizen last night. , "Why tho alluslQnt"iwas asked. ., "The commissioners told the old school boird In their December ultunatumithatthey had no rlgit to exceed tho appropriation for paying thej teachers. They ask Congress now to glvo Bid. nn, us 110 Hi iu 119 UIVl USHt UlKfc 117 mVj IS 40 33V St 1 43Vi 06 10 its IH 1114 Asked llSVj 120 U9Vb n- 4S 50 20 Mi 7 Si'l 120 ltb" lOOVl 47 71 BUM, 39. &c.i to be delivered attho ofllceot tho Assist-' ant lluartermaslcr, l'htladclpba, pa., Ireoof expense to tbo United States. Schedules with specifications of tho supplies required ran bo obtained nnd tho staudard couiplis seen at the offices of tho Qnarlormas- ier, unsoipgion, v. u.: Assistant iuanormas-r ttrs' oltlces, TM South 4th street, Philadelphia, Pa., and Gift f-antome street, San l'raiidw, On),, nnd at Marino Barracks, Brooklyn, N. Y., and Boston, Mass. ' Blank forms of proposals and all Informa tion can bo bad at any of tho places named above. This ofllco reserves tho right to rcjoct any and all bids, and to walvo defeots; and bids1 from manufacturers or, or regular dealers In, supplies only will bo considered. Bids accepted and contracts awardod subject) to an appropriation by Congress to meet tho expense. Proposals may bo mado for ono or moro ar ticles dclltcred at ono or mora stations, and will bo considered separately for each artlclo aud placo or delivery. They should bo In dorsed "Proposals for nations, Fuel, or Mill-' xarybuppues,". as tuo raso may uc, nnu aa-, dressed to Major II. II. Lowry, Quartermaster, np'r23.flt Jin nis & co No.937Pa.Avo.N.W. KNABE T. I Cnorijcr, WALSH, CltOPIEY & CO,, BANKEKS AND BROKERS, Stocks, Grain, Provisions, & Petrolenm, 1410 F ST. (Glover Jtalldln), TVsmhlngtxin, D. O. J. VANCE LEWIS, BROKER, Stocks, .Grain, Provi sions, and Oil. X.R DltOITltUILniNO, 8th nnd T St. PRIVATE WIUE8 TO NKW YORK AND CHICAGO. TxATMtx&a Quznm, THE OltHAT PENNSYLVANIA ItOUTE TO TIlP.NOrtTH.WKaT.ANDHOUTItWKHT. BOUBLETItACK.SPLKNDIDBCKNnilY, STEEb IlAIU). MAGNIFICENT laJUIP MKNT. TO I N EFFECT APittl. 7, lfSftft. THA1K8 LEAVE Woshlnirton from station. corner sth and II streets, as follows; For Pittsburg and the Wost, Chicago Limited repress oii'Aiaco ciecmnfr uara at bj a. m. daily; Fast Line, 0.60 a. m. dally to Cincinnati aco. Sleeping Care at DM a. ra. HA A ti A n iIaIIh Jh 1IhaIbiI And fit. Louis, vrllh Sleeping Curt from IIarrli CAMPBELL & CO., Stock, Grain, Provision, and Petro lcnm Brokers, 1430 FKNNA, AVK. (UpsUlrs.) Direct Wire to Now York nnd Chicago. them 8GO.000 to pay up their oxccs3cs of various appropriations, it Is. ratbst rough on Iho gas, company.too, that thb amounts duo It from lwr dercd a favorablo report on lha bill Introduced by ltcprcscntatlve Oatcs tn forfeit tho lands granted to tho Mobile ami Ulrard ltatlroad Company, to confirm the titles ot porsans who, iu gooa la good faith, purehased tho 1 nds forfulted to inn rniirauu cnmTiauv. uuu lu uiuoivu tuu uum. pany from Us oblgalloas. as n, land grant o,ad, Thn New York 7Vrt savsr 4,A comnsnv wilt bo orgaulicd with S10,uoo,(o capital to build a branch of tho Southern Pacific from San Miguel to ttcwhall.SM miles. Tbaiiouthcra Paclflo will also build from Saledad to Bakers field, giving It a through routo from San Fran cisco to Liw Angeles. A', present lis trains on. tcr San Francisco over the Cquttiit paolllo, track. Coupel for tho Philadelphia and Reading Itallroad Company prtsonted a .petition to JudgoMoKcniian in tho UnltodStatos circuit court at Philadelphia yt-htcrday aiklngthnt authority bo granted to Issue 1,000,000 orsoo end scries 6 per cent, bonds. Judge Mcir.cn nan declined to make an prder In tho 00,10, saying he Old not approvu of any further Is sues of bonds at present. Tho decline of JMO.OOO In tbo net receipts of Ibo (Hand Trunk Hallway company for tho half ear Is attributed to the depression In trado, the war of rates, and tbo Ion of tralllo reused by tho smallpox epldcmla In Montreal, The directors, bowovcr, consider tho general finances or tho company to La tu a sfltlramnrr condition, as tho company is In a position to' secure Its full proportion or tbo general ad- vantages cuutiuumijr vici;ieu irnra tno moro peaceful arrangements now cstabllthod by tho American railway eystomi. Favorablo report was ordorcd by tho If on 10 rmnmlttoo an Dubllo lands unon Senato bill authorizing tbo circuit court of Iowa, tonllcr- mino wiiemer any juuus uuvu uvcu grauiou to tho stato of Iowa for the Sioux City and St. Paul Itallroad Company In excess of the nmount of land earned by tho company. All lands in excess of tho amount canted aro to re vert to tbo United States, but bona tide nur ruasers from tho railroad or settlors are to ho allowed toecure title .to tho lands by folUlllUB tba conditions provided by tba general land laws. and promotions to passod assistant surgeon aro only to boxoadoaflerfuur years servlqe. 1 1 1 Sulla ror'Dainmges. The solicitor of the treasury ,has instructed tbo United States district attorney at San Fran- clscovCaliJo bring suit against tho Sierra Mimuor uompauy ta jeeuycr pugut .io.wu darnagesiarlslug-rrom tbo' conversion of lim ber opd lumber taken from pnbllo lands. ', Tle nrriAl neents fif'tha land ofllco havo beou in-' itructcd to render tho district attorney nil pos sible aid in prosecuting tho suit, 1 t SsIyation Qjh kills pain every tlmo. For culs, bruises, spratns.'Stralns, burns, scalds, and frost btt.es It Is an lnfalllblo euro, Prlco, only 25 cents a bottle, I ' L II I 1 NOTUS FHOM THIS CAl'ITOI,. Mr. Byrnes, ef Coloradofrom UioTIouso com- .mlttpoun'mlnesaiid inlulpg, repotted a bill to. lurtucr ueunu tuo uutius ut iuu uuuuiur u, iuu geological sun ev. In tho Fcnata yesterdayA large 'number of petillons were presented from local assemblies of Knights of Labor Irr opposition to what Is known as the freo ship bill, cnator.malr,gavo notlea that on Monday next he wlllcallup, In order 10 address tho Senato on tho subject, tbo Joint resolution pro viding for -0 constitutional! amendment pro hibiting tho manufacture anil sale of alcohollo liquors. An adverso report was presented to tho IIouso from tho Judiciary comralttoaby Mr, Tucker, ofYJrKlnla.oau Joint. .resolution propgiln? n connitutlonal umendmenl giving tlio l'rosl dctitpower to ctoepccillo items lu appropria tlonlillls, An aracoduient to tbo postoltlca appropria tion hilt was offered In the Senato by Mr. Kus lis, appropriating tilU.OOO for special facilities fur czuediilni! mall from New York via Wash ington, Lynchburg, Va.; Danlvllle. Va sflroaa-' boro', N. C; Charlotte, N. tt; Atlant-t, Ua.l Jdonigorocry ane, f lquiio, aiii., to xiow uicans. Tho Senato adopted a resolution roportod by Mr. MiMlllan, Irnrn tho committee on com merce, directing tho commlttoo on the library to consider and report on tho expediency ;of purchasing a picture by Carl UutliCK, entitled "Farming u .paknla' which Is now on ox- tlllltlUU411 UHVUI tuootutttu uuuiutmvu luuwi, MrYcllborn. of Texas, from tbo commlttco on Indian sflalrs, reported back to tho IIouso tho Indian appropriation hill, with Senato amendments, with a recommendation that somo of lha amendment bo agreed to and others nun-concurred .la... 'lha reconiraaitdA tloiiiWM agreed to, and Mr.iYollbaru, Mr.- Pool. and Mr. Perkins weruappohitedasacommltteo vf cpplcrencc, to tho present should bayo remained unpaid. 11 is only a Bmai matter o cj,ivw ur so.- Washington Wins n Cockllght. Tho cocklDg main between Washington and North Carolina to last two days began Wednos- dav near Norfolk. Mr. Kslln handled tho Washington birds, and Mr. Hplttbo North Car-, ollna birds. Too terms wero that each should1 snow twenty-nvo mrus, twenty 01 wmen eb.ould.ba matched for UQ,a flght,ai)d r3Q0 tbo, main. Ten lights a day was tbo programme, Tho Washington birds won sout pf.tpa of Uto. battles. Shorter Hours for 1'ostofilce Clerks. On tho recommendation of First Assistant Postmaster aencrat Stevenson, tho "Clerks In tbo 1 appointment division of the PostQUlco Do parlmcnt will hereafter quit work at 4 o'clock' p. ro. Instead of 0 o'clock p. m. as has been tho customs during tho last year, Federul Essenes. Friendship Council No, 3, of Fedora; Essoncs, was) organized In Elk's Hall last evening aud tho following officers elected: L, It. Jullen, T. ot T.j M. 0. Mitchell, T. of T.; W. E. Post, T, of It,; J. D. Bluing, T. oE A. A Ilundle ot JJorves. Each la tho definition tho , celebrated Dr. Abernethy gavo of woman. Being a bundle of nerves, woman Is susccptlblo of a greater do gree of nervous pain than man. From hor peculiar constitution sho Is llablo to a variety of ailments peculiar to her sex, most of which are attributable to (lie nerves. Strengthen tho nerves and you strengthen tho entire sysUm, Hood, strengthening food Is among tbo agen cies for producing nervous itrcogth,and brea uig.up tho system. But this generous living mint to continued for along tlmo, and tho means to llvo generously aro not at all times within tho reach of every ono. If, turnover, tho vltul principles of food can bo concen trated, a month's work can bo dono lu a week, Br, Henley's Celery, Beef nnd Iron doos this wort, combining much nutriment In smalt compass, and Is now everywhere recognised as woman's best aid In, all Iho ailments to which the Is liable. It U both a racdtclua and a food, 11 procntlvo aud a cure, All druggists keep It. EXECUTIVE INFOKMATION. Tho Acting Secretary of the Treasury yester day appointed William II. G.iunon to b) In spector ot bulls for tho district pf Claries- ion, o, u, Tho Acting Secretary of tho Treasury has re quested tho Departmont or Stato to appoint military Inspectors at tho United Slatos con sulates at Ueuoa. Naples, Marseille!, aud Vcnlco, with Instructions to jtlvo prompt In formation of tho appoaranca of cholera in any or ibo consular districts named, aud to report tho departure of emigrants and merchandise for be United States from infected, districts, Tho disease has not appeared In any of tho ports named, but Is reported to exist lu vil lages lu tho tumo consular districts, WAlr itocksls. lDQl.cur Water stocks 7s. 1903. cur Finy-year funded S 65s, H2I, enr'cy. Twenty-year funded B p. e. lBW.cur. Twenty-year fund SS.189J, coin.... Thirty-year fund Cs, IBM coin Wash, end (J eora'n bonds. Metropolitan Railroad stock ....(0.. Columbia Railroad stock. .w.. North Capitol and O street 80.. Washington Oas Uebt Co 20.. Georgetown Gas Llicbt Uo 5.. Firemen's Insurant Company. 10.. Franklin Insurance Company. .13.. National wclropouutn ins. t,o.jw.. NaUonal union Insurance Co.. 80., Arlington Insurance Company.too.. Corcoran Insurance Co 80: Vil,imt.lA InftiiranoACoiQDanT ..8., rim,n.A,nrrlran Ins. Co 100.. .141 J'otomao Insurance Co. !.. 80 UffgsInsnranceCOj .... B.. IR, Board Pub. Works Qrcco la OS MasonloUall bonds IOIVi Waslilnirton Market Co. stock., .so.. !0 Bank of Washington too.. 192 National Metropolitan nank...loe.. 133 National Bank of Republic. ..too,. 130 Farmers A Mechanics' National Bank, Georgetown 100.. lso rtUsens' National Bank too.. 110 Second National Hank ,..100.. lis Central National Bank 100.. 103 Great Falls lee Company too., 1M Real aula Title Iru. Co.. too.. 103 Pennsylvania Telephone Co M.. J Chesapeake &I'otoniao Tel. Oo.lOO.. 71 TJ. B. Elcctrlo Light Co 100.. .... National Bafe Deposit Oo 100.. 103 Wsb.LlghtIar.iatmartcags..lOO.. 83 llnltlmore Produeo Blarlcct April COTTON dull; middling, OKC. FLOUIt steady and quiet, with liberal WHEAT Southern steady and quiet; west ern lower and dull; soulborn red, y!c; do. amber, 9C8Sc; No. 1 Maryland, uiJ.ta.95o; No. ,3 western winter rod, spot, 8IJ40 bid; May, IBVJfflWkc; August, wy&Wto. ' , soutneru nnuer uuu iiuivii wwwim BPOt, 47JJ048C; May, soivpiO'c; juno, aoui; SOWCJI Eieiuuur, UTiiVflvjjw. higher and lalrly Active; southern .whlto, m iit; do. yollow, 10at71o; wostera mixed, lly .tnmtirAIA4 hshl Dfpflriv nnd nufet: southern. 39t3o: western wh(te,,S2i18oj do. mixed, Sf5j3i), rcnnsvlvanla,40(alia' . lUloVlfTlONS steady-and quiet. JSUOAII Copporrcuncd dull ntlOJ31QC.- WniSKY steady at ll?19ai.20. - Othpr articles unchanged. BALTIMORE STOCK UARKKT. BiLTiMour, April Qi Virginia 6s, pispduo coupons, COncw 3, W hid to-day., n 1 f . 1 1 ' r Tho Nleherson Caso. Tbo equity CMo ofEmraaC, DsIlckcrson against Aior II. Nickerson was yesterday' 1 certified by Justice James to tho general term, to bo heard on tho first Instance. MaJ. Ntck-r-son. obtained from his wife la Philadelphia, Pa., a divorce which was subsequently sot osldo for having been obtained through fraud. The husband, lor tho benclltof hh wife, mado a trust on ilot2,snuarodl4. which lo subso-i queutly rovgkitd aftn Ibo 'dUorco, amUbo (.oltf Is to enforco that trust. A corner should bo kept In tho cupboard for Et, Jacob:) OIL It cures rheumatism. r The Electoral Connt mil. Tbo IIouso yesterday ordered that tho Senato' electoral count bill, with Hotijo amendmonti, v I. -.!. lnlrii wsktlis1 nviinr t.i if ntf A suns mm ' i-s-io s isii CaTY ITEMS. . t noWLAUD DXNTAL ASOOCIATIOM, 211 Four- and-O-hair street northwest, three doors north of l'ennsylvanla avenue F- P. Howland, M. O., C. II. Howland, D. 1). 0,, surgical, operative, and n,ihnnlpi,l dnntlittjt. Kxtrnctfons. undor nl- trous oxtdo, W conts each tooth, and only 60 . . . X .......... AB..nA A.a .. mIu.. CCIUB V3LU ' lur gno, wruuiuvruuu ,, uuu.u. or teeth aro extracted at the some sitting. Havo administered nitrous oxldo to oyer 40,000 per sons. Anuciai teem oi per set.- uoiu, muni gam, and whlto fillings Inserted In hottest manner. All work, warranted Arm class. "AtBxnmn Dairy waooss. 'Freeh Alder ney Butter churned every morning and deliv ered In H pound "Ward" prints, at 45 cents por pound. Also, cottage cheeso, S conts per ball: buttermilk, & cents per quart, and swoctmllk at) 6 cents per quart- Bibklxt, apuroryowbisky, tho boston the market 'ortbo price, 4 per gallan, al a quart, and W conts a pint, 26 conts a sample bottle. Thorp, ma F street northwest! TAYLOR. On Thursday, April 22, 1830. IIehry Taylor, beloved son ot Wellington and Manila C. Taylor, aged 10 years, eleven months and twenty-four days. Funeral will take placo from tho rosldenco1 of bis parents, No. i50Q Sixteenth st, N, W Saturday, April 21, at 11 p. m. ' Tlt01'0SAL8 FOR IRON WATER PIPE, Ac. ot nee of Public nni-niHos and Ground, No. 1700 l'EXN. AVE,, Washington, 1). a. April 15, 1880. Sealed proposals will bo received .at this ofllcp until noon MONDAY, MAY 3, 1BS0, and opened Immediately thereafter In prcsenco ot uiqacr. ior lurnisning anu placing in position In all about h05 feet, more or less, Iron Water plpcrvlth necessary flltlugs, In arlous rcscrva- Fosms and speelflcatlons can bo obtained at' this olllco, Tho right Is reserved to reject any and all proposals. JOHN M. WILSON, np! Ct Colonel U. B. Army. PIANO-FORTES, Unequaled in Tone, Touch, WorLianship, and Dura bility. Sccand-ilaiiu Pianos at 'All Prices. riANOS FOR KISNT. WM. KNABE & CO., 817 MA11KET SrACK. WAItKROOMD I DALTIMORE-EM-SOO W. Baltimore st, NKW YUItE-lla Sthare. WABUINUTON-H17 Market space. Lotteries. A BInllcr of Clmnco. OltlQINAI, LITTLE HAVANA (UOULD it CO.'S) Ilenided by EQYAL 1UVANA. LOTTEIIY. OKDlNAItY CLAS1 No. 1213. MAY 1, liSO. Number for Number. Prltqor Prise. W Itli 170 Additional Prizes. 17JXX) TICtCKTS ANU bit PltlZUB. 1 Capital Prlio., A UU. 1 do. 1 ao. SCHEDULE. , tM.OOO . 4,000 . 2.000 1,000 10 Prises of t200 each ,. 2,000 41'J do. 24 " 11,475 9 Approx'tions to 1st PtLsc, s,'i0 eaah... 410 2 " 2d 60 " ... 1W 4S1 l"rlrcs, as above, being the full num ber In the ItoyaV 1 lavana, and 170 Additional Prizes of S.D each to tho 170 tickets having as ending num ber the two terminal units of tho number drawing tbo Capital Prixo of,aX).......,., 8,100 burg to Cincinnati, and Hotel Car to sc Loulai dally, except Saturday, to Chicago, with Sleep ing Car Altoona to Chicago. Chicago and Cin cinnati Kxpren.at7.10 p. m. dally, with Sleep ing Cars Washllnirion to Chicago, connecting at Harrlshurgwlth cstcrn Express, with through Sleepers for Louisville and St. Louis. raclUa Kxprcss, IP p. m. dally for .Pittsburg and tho West, with through sleeper )larrlshurg to Chi capo and Cleveland. BALTIMprtE AND POTOMAO ItAIlROAD. FflT Krlirs. f!atiBti1sl1(Misi Ttnf hernia IttifTtn Nlsgara 10.00 p m, alTr-, except Saturday, with Palaco Cars W ashlngton to Itoebestcr. For Wllllamsport, Lock Haven, and Elmtra, at 9 5 a. m. daily, except 8unday Fo Now York aniS tho East. ,7.15, 9:00, and llioo . m.,2o, 4S, 100, and llso p. m. Oa Sunday, ), m2o.420,lo),andllia0r. m. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars, 40 a. m. and a-io p. m, dally, except Monday. tor Boston without change. 2-00 p, m. cycry For Brooklyn. N. Y all through trains con nect at Jersey City with boats of llrooklyn An. nrx, affording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double ferriage across Now York city. m For Philadelphia, 7:13. 9. and 11 a. ra., 2, 4i'. 0.10, and 1120 p. m. On Sunday 9 a.m., 2, lX), C, 10, and.1130 p. ;n. LlolteitJixptam, 9 40 a. m. aud 3.60 p. m., daily, except Sunday For Baltimore, 0J5, 7:15,9,6.10, 9JM, 11 a. m.. 12, 2, 3Z0, 4-20,427, 4.40. 8, 7:10, 10, and 1120 For Popo'a Creek Line, 7:13 o, m. amUrlOp. mjdallr except Sondsy. lor,AuuapollJ, 7:15 na., 12-03 and 4.-27 p. ro. dally, except Sunday. Sundays, I) a. m., ALlDcANDItlA AND FrtEDEniCKfUJUItO ilAjWA.Yt-A" ALEXANDRIA AND WABlllNOTON JUILKOAI). .lor Alexandria, 6-bu, 705, 9.25. 11K11. and Hits a. m, 2-05, 4 25, 433. 6-01. -0J, and JluTT p. m. On Sunday at (JOT, 925, 11.-01 a, m., 4.15, 6-or, p, ro. For Itlchmond and thoSoutb, C-00, ll.-OJ a, ra., and 4J p. ra. dally. -,-, Trains Icavo Alexandria Jot Washington, SO, 8X, 10-00, 10-10 a. m.; 1:00,8:05. 3-23, 5 10, 7,-or, and 10.12 p. m , and 12.10 midnight (ex ccpt Jlon.lar). On Sunday at S.-w and 10.10 a. mj 8-23. 7.-05. nnd jo li p. m., end 12 10 nlglit. Tickets and Information at tliooinocJiorth cast corner of lftli street and IVoniyltania avenue, and at the station, whero orders con bo Jen for the checking of baggage to deslina- IWH IIUUtUUU UlU KCS1UOOC4S. , J. it. WOOD. n,-, - ....Ccnera' Passenger Agent. CIIAS. E. PUPIL (jcnctal Manager. THESAPEAKE AND OHIO JtAILWAV.' Vavo B, A V. Depot, Sixth and n streets.) 7I16A. tI;or all way Matlous, Lexington, Kv.. Ixmlsrllle. rinelnnftd ivit,,mh,,. ,, . ..BnS.MvLoul'- I'ally except Sunday. 11A.M. Ior Nownort Nohs, Ola Point Com fort, and Norfolk. Dally oxcept Son day. 6:Mr.M.-For Louisville, Clnclnnatl.StiLoulj. and Chicago, connecting for ,all points West, Northwest, and Southwest. Fast Express (dally); does not stop for local business. Through Pullman service to Louisville nnd Cincinnati. For tleketa and Information apply to C. A O. ral way office, f.13 Pennsylynnlahvcnuc. under National Hotel! Virginia Midland railway otllcc, CO! Pennsylvania nvcnuo, and II, & P. station. Telephone call, MS-3. , II. W. FULLBft, F1UNK THIGO,enCrM ''"S" Agent. ljutcrn l'qsengcr Agent. e. . . Scrofula of Lungs. I am now 40 ytars oM, nnd hare aatTered for the Ias fifteen yean UU a lung trouble. I have spent tlioui.indi of dollnri to arrciit tlie march of this dlcetrn?; tut temporary relief xtM all that Z ob Ulutd. I was unnt-for any manual labor for MVfrcvl years. A friend strongly recommended the useof Hum's HiclDo(H. H s.),clftlmlnd that ho hluiwlf bad been greatly benefited by ltd uso In inmn luntr troubles. I resolved to trv It. The re sults are remarkable. My cough has left me. my H,(U,,jU ,-- ,C,U. -.., Hu a nv.MU D.a. ,'uui.hs more than I ever did In my life. It has been three J ears since 1 stopped the uso of the medicine, but I ave bad no return of the disease, and there are no twins or eakntss felt in my lungs. I ilothe LarilMt kinder mechanical work, and feel as well as I eser fall since I as a boy, 'These, I know, are oqdernil statements to make, but I am bones wheal say that I owe. my existence and htallbto day to H. S. 8. I oubl lie recreant totbed ulr pvotohumanltylr I failed to bear tbls cheerf testimony to the merits of tbls wonderful mullcl ne T, Ji HOLT. HfoxTGOUiBT, AU., June SS, 1S83. - Swift's Speclfto is entirely TCgetable, Treatilcs on Tllood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tnr Bwirr Srrcino Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa., or 167 W. 23d St., N.Y. IT WILB0I DFI WILBOR'S C0ME0UND OF MRE ,C.0D XIVEB OIL .AND LIME. NEW rVBLIOATIONB, cCO. Ivorine Placques. SOUVENIRS. Iiand-I'a.ntctl Cards of AU Makes and SOles at CHAPMAN'S, 018 MNNSYIA'ANIA AVENUE. Easter! Easter ! I am now prepared to show to my customers tho largest assortment ot Easter Goods i I bavo ever offered, including Easter Cards, Books, and Novelties, Lenten Books, Bibles, Prayer Books and Ilyranabi, and Books of Do votlon, WM. H. MOREISON, 47B l'ENNA. AVENUE. CSI ITlics, amounting In U. 8. Gold to...iUi,ti5 TICKETS IN rilTIIS. Wholes. IJS 00. Fractions, pro rata. THE BDYAli HAVANA UI'FICIAI, LIST DB- CIIIKH KYKlfV 1'IlIZh, AOhNTS KVUlYWHKItlC ALL ritlZLS PAID ON PKHSENTATION. CAUTION : Seo that tha namo GOUI.U & CO. Is on your ticket. Nono othrra aro OBIOTNAX OB ItKLLUlLE. For tickets. Ac, nildrcss or apply to Sllll-SUY COMPANY, 1212 Broadway, Now York City. Or AOKNT3 EVKHYWIIERE. CAV1TAI. .l'llIZE, 75,000. I, BSS I, L u 2- I. l.r.T.T. BSS8 LLIX" PINE TAR MOTH PAPER ! NONE 1IETTEU. Ilr.TVllbor'sCoiI Wver OIlnudT-lino. Invalids need no longer dread to take that great specifla for Consumption, Asthma, aud threatening Coughs Cod Liver Olt and Llino. ,As prepared by l)r. Wflbor It Is robbed of tho jiauicatlng taste, and also embodies a prepara tion of tho Phosphate of Lime, giving nattiro tho very article required to ntd tho healing qualities of tho Oil, and to rccrcato uhcro dis ease has destroyed. This artlclo also forms n remarkable tonic, and will causa weak aud debilitated persons to hecomostrongandrobust. It should bo kept in every family for instant use on tho first appearanco or Couzb or Irrlta lipn of tho Lungs. Manufactured only by A. I). WiMion, Chemist, Boston. Sold by all drngglsta, ap2.l-mwf.2iv UXnKlLTAIUMS. Vtr It. SI'EAItE, UNDErtTAKEIt, 010 F STIIKET-NOIITIIWEST, 4D-Everything strictly first-class and on tho mos,t rcasonablo terms, (Camp Chairs to hlro for all occasions. TETEPHONE CALL-3I0. "fTOSEPII C. I.KE, fj Formerly of Henry Io's Sons, Undertakers, NEW ANI) COMMODIOUS WAHEIIOOM3, No, SJ5 Pennsylvania avcuuo N, Vf, 43ItctIdcnco ou tho premises. SHEETS ILAItOE AND BTIIONG. lYl'oicaale. and Itctall. SL 'aCoxrlsonu's sUAi'EttTVAnnnouaB, i 80S ud-fi07-D Street Nottltwostl "Wo do hereby certify that wo suporvlso tho arrangements for all tho Monthly and Quarterly Drawings or tho Louisiana Stato Lottery Com. puny, and In person lnanago and control tho Hrawlngs themselves, and that tho samo aro conducted with honesty, rainless, and in good lalth toward all parties, and wo nuthorUo tho Company to uso this ccrtlllcato, with lac Blmtles of our signatures uttached, iu Its advcrtlsu-menta." j&zjzm J724 s WANTED-TO KNOW TIIK BEST TUIUUBa and ltnsilan aths.ln Wasldlmton, go u) ghfud's, on It St., near 0th N, W.; eaiabUshed In 1U71I sbampootr of 14 years' aiperlsnc. at this sataniDuinani. uiosea at a a-cinc& puawy, -TT1ENKA OPTICIAN COMPAHY, TAILORS. PALL AND WINTER. 18B6-'6, Suiliugs, Orercoatlngs, and Trouserings OF MY OWN 7MPOIITATIONS, crsN fou xnn inbpsotion of all. Otatlsroiaabeora dealroosof bslstwsll and artistically dressed can be gratified by leaving IMlrsrilus at ths well known Im porting and Tailoring EiUbUibmsut of E. D. BAKU, 1111 rKNNUTLVANIA AVKSUK. Qftflk ' AxW kv iPi!nL Oaj fst VTl jjJifWS l$n$ V$S$$ fjIfiW. teen ranaan,yAaiA Avgnun. iu llfij 1 ill GOLD MEDAL, PAIUS, 187b, BAKER'S CO11MIS6I0MIEJ. Wo tho undcrstgnod Banks and Bankers will pay all prizes drawn In tho Louisiana State Lotteries which may bo presented at our count- C' j. n. OOLKSIIY, l'ros. I.o. Nat- Ilnnk. J. IV. KIMIItETII, l'ros. stato Nat- Hunk. A. HALUWIN. l'rcs. N. O. Nat. JJuntt. nNpnPCEmcNTpr) ATTrtArmoN I OVEU QUAUTiJt MILLION BIsntUiqTEDIi LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY. Incorporated in 1S03 for2S years by tbo Igis IntnrA lor educational nnd cbarttablo nurnoscs. with a capital ot 81,000,000, to which a rcservo fund of over 0300,000 bag since been, added. By an overwhelming popular voto its fran clibo w as mado a part of tbo present Stato Con stitution, adopted lMcomber 2, A.D.1S7H. Its Grand Single Nurabcrlrawlpg .will tako plaeo monthly. Itncvcr Scales or I'ostlaues. Look at thu follow Ing distribution r UKAND MONTHLY DU.UVINO. At the. Academy of Music, New Orleans, T0E3-! Bay, may n. ' 100,600 Tickets at Flvo Dollars Each. Fractions,' In fifths, In proportion. . UiT or, i-uiia. 1 Capital rrirc -175,0001 1 uio, no. z,uuw 1 do. do. 10,000! 2 Prizes of (4,000 ',...i.-....i.t .12,0001 2,UUU ,l.. tUJUUI 1,000 10,000 uOO ,....... 10,009 200.,,..., .. 20,000. ino... , 30,000" 60 ,..,..,. 25,000 iS.,. - 23,000 ArrROxutATtot) rituits. 0 Approximation Prizes, S7S0 C.750 0 do, do. KX)... 4,600 do. da 2W 2,250 1007 Frizes, amounting to ,.... FJGS.WO Application for rates to clubs should bo made only tu the otQco ot tho company in Now Or leans. . For furtker Information wrlto clearly, g'vlng full address. Postal Notes, Express Money Orders, or Now York Exchange iu ordinary letter, Currency by express (at our expense), addromiod M, A, DAUPHIN, Now Orleans, La. Mako P. O. Money Orders payablo and ad. dress Registered Utters to NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK, New Orleans, La. TJALTIMQBEAND Oil 10 UAI LBO AD. BCUEDOLE IV KFFKCT BtTHDAT, DBa 13. ll.UlrTILFUltTIlEllIlI(Jl:U ' taT WMhlniitan from station carnsr NKW JK1U1KYAYKNUBANDOBTIIEKT. -f .r. -blco, Ui-U a. m. and 111 lu p. m. lly, Tbe0 4J a. m.lsafast Umited Bxpren lol'liti: burg and Cblcao,arrl;Ini In llltabur at 7 80 p. ,m Chicago nest morning atHa. No sitra far Is charted on this train rbrfuttlm For Cincinnati, loolirllle, ami St. Lmis aally at O p. a and I0.1U p. in., with Tlirough uoachea and raises bleeping Cars lo alwre points, without ehante. 3 n. ru. is Fast IJmlied Train to Cincin nati ana Hi. Louis, arrlrlna In Unclnuatl next morn ing at 7.SB, Bt. Louis O 30 p.m. No extra far Is charited on this train forfasttlma. For I'liuburc at 0 4a a. m.,wlth Furlor 0-, and Hi5 p. m. dally ta lltuLurr; Clsnlui mi Detroit, with Sleeping Cars to Iltuburg. For Iialtlmore on weekdays,!, OJJiI, a.40,7.80, 810, and 10 0o.m.tia.loJlV(ijra'l5(timln- m W?A i,:,0 '30' - M - ' J. and 11 OO p. tn. For llalumora on Sundays, 0 20, 7 SO. H JO, and lujo a. m.. 136.1110, 'a'jao, ..so, d.io. a.to. 7, S25, and 11.00 p. m. " For bbenandooh Vallty Itallroad and points south, OJIO p. m. dally, with Fallman Sleepor Washington to New Orleans. For Annapolis, 0 4U a.m.andl2.10 and 4 JO p. m.i on Sunday, 8 JO a. m. and 4 40 p. m. or way stations titlween Washington and Balti more. O, U.4U, B JO a, m.. 12 10 p. m., 3 JO. Tio. 3, and 11 p. m. On Sunday, H Jo a. m. and 1:33. ..-JO, 4 40, 7, and 11 p. m. For stations on Metro politan Branch, 7:10 a. m. dally, except Sunday. MdfiJl p. ro. dsllj! 4.40 p. m. daily, except San day, for principal stations on Metrcpollun Oranch: H 40 a. m. daljyi on..Bonday slops at all slaUons. For Lexington, Staunton, and Valley branch. B 40 a. m.datlyexceftSunday. For Oolthsrsbori and Intermediate points, U 60 a. m., 12 JO and 11.30: p. m. dally except Bunday, For Frederick, 840 a. m. and 4 40 p. m. daily, except Buuday. For Itannlown and Wlachester, 8 40 audi) 13 a. m. and o 31 n. m dailr r nt HnM. Trains arrive from the wert dally, 0.10, 7i20 a. m.. 1-311, 0 30, and 10 no p. m. (New Orleans Kxpreas)! m.i Bunday, 10 JS a. m., a J3 p. tn. From Leilnxton, 0 30 p. m. Sally except Sunday. From Frederick and luunnadlats points, UM su m. and 8 IS p.m. dally except Sunday. """" Trains leays Baltimore for Washington atB.10, 0.30, 7.20, 8 48, D-OS, and 10 JO a. m., an4 la.10, JWliW OIV iao,.0-UO. 0 SO, 7-4, U-OO, ami 11 00 p. in.fon Sundays, 0 30,7!0, b 4S, and 0-00 a-m.,TJO, a, 4 JO, 000, dJO, 7:45, OOO, and 11 p. m. All trains from Washlnrton stop st Belay Button xcept 1:40,3 in, andoio p-m. ""V"uon HDrfurtherlnforoallon. apply at ths BalUofora and Ohio ticket offlce Washington itatloaMlu and Itldl 1'ennsylTanU arrnue, oorner of Fourteenth trwt, where orders will be taken for bag gags to.b checked and received at any polat In the dl. B. DUNHAM. General Manaier. Ilalu'mo'rs. TyABUINOTON, OHIO AND WK8TEHN BAIL On and after NOTtmber 15,1883, tral as wllllsaTS ;from and.orrlTS at. Sixth and:-B UMt.dspot as ieaT&wasaingionua.n.aaa .aa p. so. dally. up. lArrlve at LtesburalliOO a. maad t rtratluundUtiratll:47a,m.anil7J3p.in. Its- p.m. Ar- 5 do. 10 do. 20 do. 100 do. 800 do. WO do. IDCO do. tun)lprileaT.BouadJllll6Jil.a. m. aud lJflp. m. 1 g au ieaLvrf v&i m. m.. and this p. m.. and orrfu at Wsjhtasuui H-OtJ a. m. and 4jl!l p. tu. Ths train lciiiav.ljUigtoaal4i4op. m.and the train arrlslng at 8 88 a. la. at dally, . AUsthsx trains ore dally except Bandsy. -Montily sad axuiantailon rates ta all points, 8opsrlnteadent. AlexomlrUYa. " " BXEitflBQAX IilXfMS. frilO NOltFOLKMND FOKTEESS. iiONltOB JL AND THE BOIJTiL uncap nates ana Bupcrior -Acsunnuwiations. Bafo and commodious Str. JANEMOaELEY , at 5 50 p. m , from Slxtbst. Wbarr, TUESDAY. TIIUltSDAY, and HATUUDAr, Stopping at Colonial Beach going and return- -Securo rooms Jind, tickets iat Baltlmoraand Ohio Offices, 1S51 and C19 l'o. avo., who will check baggage. For Information Inqplro at Qencral Olllco, CtU St. Wharf, Telephone call 7 ALFItED WQOD, Sec'riand Treas. OEO.It.J'HLUr3,BupCTlntanuent. Q.1BS0N UB.0S., BOOK AND JOB FBINTINQ, rennsylvarua avtnnt, sooth east corner 18th street Ths largest printing houss In ths city. FrlnUnj ef oil descriptions Promptly Executed la , ths Bast Bills and at LowMt HaUt. LLOYD'S 25-CENT WASHINQTON EX- I'UESS. Bsggsgo delivered to all parts of tho city, railroads, steamboats, Ao. Furnlturo, sowliuj machines, type-writers, 4.0., carefully romoved. Trunks taken to any part of tho houso without extra charge. Tenon returning to the city can lcavo their checks at cither olllco. TELEPHONE No. 47S-8. Office 1 1003 F st. N. W. Branch Offices t Cth and B sts. N. W basement Howard Houso; Imckott's Pharmacy, cor. l'o. ay. and 22d st, N. W.j 628 O st. N. W.j Frank Fltrer A Co., druggist, cor. East Capitol and 6th sts. S. If. JOHN 0. IJAWLKY, Vropilotor. 1 Warrantcil nbsolntclypure Cocoa, from which tho excess ot Oil has been rcmovcd.IthaalAra (Imes tht sfrenjrtA of Coeoarolxoif . wlthSlarch, Arrowroot or uugar, i andlsthsrofonifsrmoraccotioi. I leal, coiling Ml Man ortei'l tenp. It Is dcllolona, nourishing, lstrongthonlng, easily digested, land admirably adapted lor itirmi ildsasncllaaforpersons In health. Sold by Oroeers crtrynhcro. W. BAKER'S CO,, BorciiCutcr,Mas& SAM'LaSHEDD Oaa.FlxturesI Qaa Fixturosl Slato Mantois, Latroboa, Ilangoa, Furnuooa Plumbing and Tinning 400 XnNTOlmU3ET I?. W. JUjBweur TTvEArNKSS-ITS CAUSES AND , CUBE, XJ by ono who as deaf twenty-eight years. Treated by mct of tho noted specialists of tho day with no benefit. Cured himself In thrco months, and slnco then hundreds of others by samo process, A plain, simple, and successful liorae treatment. AddrcssT.U. l'AOE.123Ka,st 26th St., New York City. fu23-tuths-Uw "V-OTTTTVr AND .YHISKY IIABITS K.IX. X U JSL cured at homo without book of particulars sent irco. II M. aoo-ajbiY-ont iiHln W OOL1.EY, M.D., Atlanta. Qa. T ADIES-JUST PUBLISHED, "TBEATISE ,lJ on Self-Development or tho Fcmalo Ilust ttnd I'onn." Colored Anatpmlcfil Plata, full explanation, medical opinions, do , mailed (scalodlfot oents. Address ft 0. DBA WEB 179, Buffalo, N.Y. pHOTO-ENqfiAVIKO. navlns recently Fitted up rilOTO-EKOBAVIKO ESTABLISUMKNT In connection with my Patent Process I am prepared to furnish ILLUSTRATIONS FOR NEWSPAPERS AT SHORT NOTICE. MAURICE. JOYCE, 418 FJovcnth Street Northwest, CLYDE'S NEW KXPUKH3 8TKAK rACKKZ LINU FOB rHILADELFniA, WAB1IINQTON, AND ALKXANDUIA, AT ArrOINlltU BAILIlia DAYS. From 1'IllLADELl'lIIA srery Batarday, 13 ns. From WABltlNGTOK every Mondar. vi m. Throosb aud prompt connection with Nsw York, Boston, Fall lllver,ana all points North. Thraagh Ellis of Lading rtten. fnlfhtreoatTodfuiidallv ired dally until 0 p. ra. W. F. CLYDB A CO., Oenerol Agents, I'bitadalphla. J. H. JOHNSOR A CO.. AgsqiE 12th and lSlhBt. Whan,B,W..jaoaF.e1,1' WM Washington. P. O. ESTABLISHED 1811. CHOICE OLD WHISKIES! JJILD, MELLOW AND DELICIO0S. Ths peculiar medicinal Qualities of Whiskey dl tilled riom ths Unest (rowih of 11 jt in tha rsoownad ValUr of the Monoogahela bars attracted tho at Uniion or tbs Medical Faculty In tha United BUM la sveh a degree as te place tt In a isry Ulbposl Uon among lbs Materia Medlca. W beg 10 Invite tb attention or connotsssurs to our celebrated lint OLD WIIIBKIIU, which. w offer at tbs ftilewlng prices, IN OABlUjOOAiilW iitaoiwMCNOTLBaitAtai? ' f lOIdtaMrl'V(Nk'Ti - fl0 Unrlvalou sjpir-aei swyi u yw Urunawlojc Club Wlilakoy ID CO If you cannot eolain tksn WhlsklM from, your Orocer, we will, on receipt or Bank draft, BegUteml Utter or I'oatofflce Money Order (or C. 0. D. If pre ferred), deliver them to your address,, by Biprm, charges prepaid, to oil points east of Mississippi rlrer, or by freight to any part af U. B. (piepaldl. For EXCKLLKNCU.PUUlTY.andKVICNNBSa OF QUALITY, the aboro at Uiuurpaasad by anr Whltkles tn the market. Thty or eaurtly FEKB FBOM AUULTEUATWN,, and PMMM a xuUarat Oavor and fine tonlo propertlca. These Whiskies are sold under guarantee ta (ira perfect satisfaction! otherwise to bo tu(jisd,at W expenst. Oorreapgndenv solicited. .&H.W.Catuerioott 114 Joath Front St., Philadelphia. Nen.Yotk Offloa, 10 South WllUkm St) "SI 4