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THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MOENING. MAY 29, 1886.
ITKMf? ON Tim tVINC). Gathered nml Compiled Uxolaslvcly for tlio Snturdny lldltlnn of tlio "Nutloiml ltcpiilillciiu." Tho Republican party may havo somoracn lu Hi organization vt ho havo not dealt Justly with tho colored people, nnd (or this reason ono or tyro colored men In tlio country nro continually Issuing manifestos denouncing; tlio party whoso underlying principles mid efforts In behalf of humanity, Christianity, nnd tho development of America liavo no parallel. Yet theso demagogues, who havo extracted all that they could out of the patty, have left It for tho party's good. Now, after holdlnc all tho ofllccs that was possible for tlicin to hold, tlioy turn villi baeo Ingratitude' and, la "many In stances, with their venomous tongues and attack tho very men who liavo stood up In Congress fur tlio past thirty-odd years and contested eTcry Inch of ground that has boen covered In tho way of advancing nnd do Yeloplug tbo Interest of tho colorod pcoplo of America. Tlio ministers of our rollglous denomina tions liavo dono moro to Improvo tho condi tion of ourpcoplo than any other body of men In America. It Is astonishing what wonderful progress has been rnado In tho way of church building and tho extension of tho usefulness, and tho great amount of good that has been accomplished by tho colorod clergy of America. It Is duo to them, moro than any other body of men, that tho groat amount of Illiteracy tint oxlsts among our pcoplo has been kept under subjection and rnado to respect tbo law. Circumstances over which wc, on a pcoplo, liavo no con trol In this country mako It of vital lm pottanccforuatt organlzo for sclf-advanco-ment and protection. Thcro should be no distention on social questions o Intel lectual superiority by thoso holding tho highest stations In 11 to among us. Thoy thould condescend to a moro familiar ac quaintance with tho masses of our pcoplo. and should uso their Influcnco to lufusa n desire, on their part, of an honest ambition to better their condition. Tho national colored press convention that convenes nt Atlantic City, N. J., Au gust 3, from present Indlcatlous will bo ono of tho largest assemblies of distinguished colored tncu that will conveno In America this Buinmor, and It Is hoped that ovcry Journalist who contributes in any way to ward solving tho great problom of our f u turo will attend, nut for tho purpose of en tering Into any controversy on subjoets of no Iniportanco to tho press of our country, but that ovcry moment of tho tlmo will bo occupied In perfecting an organization that will meet wlth-gcncral approval. Thcro aro thousands of colored boys who nro filling subordinate positions In stores, workshops, and ofllccs In this and lu other cities who could by closo application to tho business acqutro a full knowldgo of all Its details, and by Industry, economy, and so briety In a few years bo ablo to establish themselves In a business that would cnablo them to command recognition In our best eoclcty. Tho samo argumcntappllcs to our girls; they by closo application and frugality can fit themselves for many creditable posi tions. t'o would remind our soldiers and sailors of tho lato war of tbo fact that Uiero nro no monuments erected In tho capital of tlio United States to commemorato tbo horolc deeds of the men, who honorably foil for tho salvation and unity of our country. tVo trust, therefore, that this plcco of neg llgcuco on our part will be acted upon by tho members of tho 0. A. H., and to nog lect this, very urgent matter would bun great dcfrllctlon on tho part of their sur viving comrades. It only requires a de termined effort on our part to accomplish this desired purpose Vo havo no doubt but that If our representatives, Small and O'llara, toko tho necessary steps for tho laudablo purpose, they will proouro an appropriation from Cougross, say $30,000, to erect a monument to tho memory of tho men who gave up their lives to perpctuato tho Union of tho states. Tho model of an apparatus for playing a dozen or moro of novel and amusing games that will at tho samo tlmo bo highly Inter esting and Instructive Is on exhibition at thostoroof A.J. Reach & Co., S3 South Eighth street, I'lilladclphla. Tlio Invention Is called "School," for tho reason, as stated by tho Inventor, that "It will do a good ucai oi worKininouirccuon oi cuueauon." Leo Nance, an educated colorod man from Washington somo months ago, Is tbo In ventor. J. A. Arneux, the traeodlan, should visit Washington. F, Thomas Fortuno Is tho ablest and most efficient colored editor In America, and should recclvo tho unanimous voto of tbo convcntlonp for resident. Dr. 1). T. Tanner's quarterly rovlow Is un questionably tho ablest advocate of tho progrcis and wclfaro of tho pcoplo. Thomas Smith, president of Delaware Assembly No. 1, of this city, has been or ganizing a beneficial society that will In future j ears honor his name Thcro aro a number of young men In this city that should organlzo a club and fur nish a building sultablo for tho entertain ment of strangers, and for pleasure and Im provement. Bishop Cain still remains In dellcato health. Bishop Ward Is occasionally seen In the. city. Congressmen O'llara and Smalls aspect to bo returned to Congress, and their con stituents should exert themselves to securo their return. Very few colored pcoplo visit tbo whtto houso about ono In a thousand. Gen. II. II. lllucuatn, of tho Unit congres sional district of l'cnnsjlvanla, will recclvo ovcry colored voto In his district, for ho Is ono of tbo men that can always bcrolled upon when our Interest Is before Congress. Fred Douglass, jr., has, we liavo been In formed, been engaged In penning tbo criti cisms and Important Incidents In tho his tory of bis father. It will bo a good book, and ho owes It to tho ruco to bo Impartial in thlswork. Tho life's labor of lion. Frederick Douglass will ero long draw to an end. Oc cupying, as ho docs, tho first placo In tho lovo of his race, tho completion of his days could not bo better employed than In tbo organization of his pcoplo In ono grand body liu Ing for Its surposo their moral and Intellectual elevation. Thcro aro thousands of young men who will follow his leadership, and zealously labor to accomplish a union of tho pcoplo that will bo transmitted to posterity, to tho honor and credit of tbo greatest colored American who ever lived. Tho present administration Is chopping off tho heads of tho colored employes of tho government at a rapid rate, and yet thcro has not been a colored Domocrat In America placed In ofllco. Tho professor of 1'ltman'a shorthand and mathematics gives lessons In stonography at tho roums hero dally. Class fco, $3 per month and $5 per mouth to visit houses. Ho conches students to pass tho civil ser vice examinations. Tho dedication of tbo Metropolitan A. M. E. Churcb, JI street northwest, botwocn Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets northwest, wilt tako placo to-morrow at-10.30 o'clock a. m. Right Itev. D. A. Fain, D. D.. will deliver tho consecration sermon. Rleht Itev. T. M. I). Ward. D. D.. dedicating pocmj benediction by tho 1 light Itev. Jas. A. Harlln at U o'clock p. m.; sermon by Bishop D. T. Jones, A. M. E. 'Aon Church; benediction by Bishop D. JI. Turner at 7.U0 o'clock p. m.j sermon by Bishop J. 1. Campbell, I). I).; benediction by Bishop John M. Brown. Tho 0. 1. Morton Relief Corps No. 1, 0. A. R., gavo an old English May party at Grand Army Hall on Friday evening. Tho alTalr proved a very pleasant and success ful one. J.co Nanco, tho Inventor, Is In'tbo city. The Masonic fair will bifono of tho grand est exhibitions of Its kind lu tbo District. Harry Smith Is ono of our most successful lawyers. f tdcorgo M. Boston will soon bo called ma jor. I. Milton Turner still remains In tho city. II. 1'iuce Williams. i An They Cannot I'oaalbly make a porous plaster having anything llko th nudlcliml qualities of Demon's, thoctrap followers or the pharmaceutical profusslou pro duce Ioiih of worthless plasters, nnd glvo thorn nimci) whlih reserablo In print that or tlio Pennine, and, when carelessly spoken, sound llko It. l'or example, Cheap. John tlnurghiis villi oillr sou trash variously siylod "Capsl mm," "CapMcIn," "Capslcluo," or "Gapuclu" platter?, prefaced sometimes. with tho natno 'Benton1.' or "Burton's." Wo earnestly cau tion tho publla against tho whole tribe ofibom. They aro absolutely useless as remodlcs for dis ease. To bo euro they aro cheap, but plain muslin Is cheaper and Just as efficacious. Ask for Benson's, watch the spelling, and look for -, tho "Three Beals" trademark, nud tho word "Capclne," wlilou Is cut In tho ccuter of tlio genuine, lllliailT llEPUIlI.ICAX OUTLOOK. l'robnblo Gnlna In the Houso Tlie Comlntr Stnto Contest A Clinnco In Tennessee. (Now Yprk Tribune. In tho present House tho Democrats havo n msjorltyof 41, one-half their majority In tho previous Ifouto. To Jttdgo by tho fooling anionic Ttcpubllcans hero arid tho reports that como from various parts of the country, tbo prospects aro good for a Ilcpubllcau majority In the next llouso. Tho falluro of tho Demo crats to redeem their promises and thodlssat lifactlon caused over tho distribution of pat ronage has naturally bad n bid olfcct on their rsrly. Mr. Hubboll, of Michigan, says that thcro will bo it gain ot three nnd perhaps of four ltcpubtlcnn congressmen In that state. Eldtldge, Democrat, who wnsoloctcd by a plu rality of 61, has nocnanco lor re-election. Coin stock, who had aw plurality, and WliMns, tvbo bad 400 plurality, arc I Kith lu districts which will glvo good Republican majorities while Tnrsncy Is not much better off. In Wisconsin, lltidd'B district Is claimed by tlio IM publicans, bile Ocn. Bragg Is raid to be In danger. Lawlcr will probably bo succeeded bynRe rubllcan In Illinois. Thcro nro flo districts In Indiana which offer fair prospects of He pubtlcan succohs. Hall, who bod 73 plurality In Ilia llrst district In Iown, and Weaver, 07 lu tho sixth. Mill probably ba succeeded by Re publicans. 'J he gain or several districts In i. uiuv is ivuuiii, wiiiiu iiivro n imr iiiuspuui Hof gains In Missouri and Wast Virginia and inner states. Chairman Cole, of UiOKcwA'ork ltopubllcan state commHtco, has Just returned homo after Visiting Washington for tho first tlmo In tlvo jeats, Ho has been looking otor tho political held from this point of vlotv, and ho Is con vinced that tho Domocrats under tho lead of Cov. Hill will mako a great effort to capture tho assembly by a majority largo enough to elect tho next United btatos senator. Mr. Colo does not think that they will succeed, but he says that In reorganising tho aqueduct board, and In placing tho chainni n or tho DemoCMtlo statu comnittto In control of tho Broadway railroad, and lu other wa) tho governor has laid plans for n campaign In which tho Demo crats will wo money freely. As to tbo stories about hostility between tho governor and tho l'ictldcut It will not be safo for Republicans to put nny faith In them. Tho stato and federal officials wilt bo found work ing together In this muter. Mr. Krolth, chairman of tho executive commlttco lit tho canvass of 1881, Is In virtual control of thcpalrnuago of tbo Treasury Department. Ho is a shrewd and skillful politician, brought up under tho tutelage of Smith M. Wood, and ho Is almost dally making ohanges lu the Treasury Department for tlio purposo of strengthening tho Democrats In tho coming fight. Col. l.amont nnd Secretary Whltner nre equally willing nnd experts In thevo mat ters; nml great activity In tho Brooklyn navy yard may bo expected lu tlmo to affect tho t lection. Chairman Cole tain that it Is Impos sible that a btate.conventlon will ho dlled this year In New York, though that iinqaot!ou mu fiuiu cuuiniiiicu win ucctuo, m it was Au thorized to do by the last o on volition. Tho only stnlo olflco to bo filled Is that orn Justice or tlio court of appeals to succeed Mr. Miller. Bo far as talk hero Is concerned, tho Demo ciats appear to bo moro interested In choosing members of tho assembly than mombonof Congress. "For my part," said a New York city member, "I woutd as leave as not sco tho Republicans havo a majority In tho next House. With n Dcmocratlo President they could do nothing, and they would ho responsi ble for nil legislation." A Louisiana; mem ber di'scntcd irora that vlow. Ho said! "Wo hopo to capture tho Senate, and, of course, wo ought In that event to havo tho Houso. Jlo rldes, tho Republicans would go to work and pass a lot of civil servlco nnd otlior laws which tbo President would bo obliged to ap prove, nud that would play tho mlschlor with us In 1898. No, we must havo tho next Houso. Tho south will como tip solid, as wo propose to v Ipc out every Republican this year. Thoro will bo no deputy marshals, and If nny aro ap pointed they u Ifl all be Democrats." New York Republicans expect to carry at least thrco districts this year which aro now rt presented by Democrats, and hopo for still olhir gains. Tho twenty-third district, now representcu uy Hpnggs, oi utica, nas & rur Re publican majority. Bprtgg was chosen by 857 plurality, on Ing to lactlonnl divisions on tho Republican side. As thcro Is noreason what ever for continuing that old tccllng, tho Ro Eubllcans expect to recover that district. They ope nho to cary tho twenty-fourth district, now represented by I'lndar. Ills plurality was 1,113, but tbo Republicans look upon tho dis trict as lair fighting ground. Tbo tints district, rcgrcsentcd by 1111m, nnd tho fourteenth, by btnhlncrkcr, are also hopeful for Republicans. All tho New York end lirookl) n mombors, ex cepting Mr. Hewitt, aro candidates for re nomination, nud even Mr.Hcwltt.lt Is wills crcd, viould not refusa n rcnomlnatlon. Among thoso from tho two cities v, ho will not bo renominated, according to reports here, aro Dllisuucl Maliouey, of llrooklyn, nnd Adinvs, Cox, nnd Dowducy. of Now York. It Is cer tain llrooklyn could loso nothing In leaving llll.'s and Mahoucy nt home. Tho llrst stato election to bo held this year will bo thnt of Orrcon on Juno 7. Otvlm-tnthn dh Mons grow Ing out of tbo senatorial contest In that statu the Republicans uro not In ns good shnpens they might bo under other clrcum stances; but a fair majority Is expected. Ala bama will follow on Aug. 2. Tho Republicans aro not likely to wasto tlmo In to'lnst to elect anybodyjn that state, though they havo an ad mittedly largo majority. Tho court Is In tho hands or tho Democrats, and they havo ft re turning boatd In each county which has full authority to rcvlio the returns. It matters not what tho Republican majority may bo In a dis trict under this system tho Democrats aro ab solutely secure. UuAug. 6 Tcunesscahas nn election for supremo court Judges, nnd lu No- ember It elects a governor, both branches of tho legislature, and members of Congress. Tho legislature will choose a United States senator. Tenneesco Is probably tho only etnto In tbo south, unless it bo West Virginia, which oilers a prospect of a fair election nnd a probability orRcpiibllcan success. InlSSl Cleveland had only D,1K) majority In that state Thcro Is n largo v, hlto Republican voto lu Tennessee, and many protection Democrats. Tho stato has lnrge Iron Industries and a protective tariff Is v Hal to tbo success of that Industry. Tho Ro- Jubllcan stato cunvcntlon meets In Nashvlllo uno 10, and tho party leaders aro honel'ul this year of breaking tho "solid south." Tho groat Iroublo 1th them Is tho lack of means to carry on a canvass and get out tho vote Arkansas holds a stato election on Bent. C; but Arkansas methods admit of so hopo for Republicans. Vermont will bo the first northern stats to bold an election this year, cxcoptlng Oregon. Tho Vermont election takes placo tieptcmber7, wbllo M&Ino follows September 13. Tho Dem ocrats do not cxpoct apparently to carry Ver mont. It bos n safo Republican majority, tbo only question of Iniportanco being that In ro- eard to tho succcswr to Mr. Kdraunds lu tho cnato, which question tho Democrats havo brought prominently to tbo front. If Congress adjourns early enough and Mr. Kdmuuds's health permits, his friends hero expect that ho will go homo and mako a speech during tbo canvass. Ho has supporters, however, who aro hard at woik in his Interest. In Maine tho Ho publlcau stnto convention meets on Juno 9, and tho election tnkesplacoBcptembfrls, It Is thought hcrotnat Mr. Bodivcll, of llollotvay, will bo tho nomloco for governor. Tho canvasj in that state Is expected to bo a llvoly'ono. Chairman Manley, or tho stato committee has Invited n number of prominent Republican members of Congress to mako speeches there. As Ohio has abolished tho October election unusual Interest will bo taken hi tbo contest lu Maine. Tho Republican stato convention of Penn sylvania u ill meet at llarrlsburg Juuo SO. Tho enormous majority by which Ulalno carried tho Keystone stato makes It safe beyond doubt for tho party. Oencral Heaver, who was tho de feated candidate In tbo memorable canvass four years ago. will nppnrently again bo tho cnndldato for governor. Tho goneral was car ried down before by an opposition to hosslsm. nnd not to himself personally. Ho did good servlco In tbo Maluo canvass, nnd If nomi nated will undoubtedly bo elected. Ex-Gov crnor Curtln Is said to be angling fortho Demo-cratlo-Oreenback-Labornomlnatlon; henco his dislro to tako tho special labor commlttco of tbo House through Pennsylvania on a Junket ing Investigation. W. L. Scott la alsotalkoaof as a Dcmocratlo candidate for governor. "Tho b'enate Is acting ou nominations pre cisely ns It would do If wo had a Republican administration." Senator Cbaco rematked 5 esterday, lu conversation. "All cases aro con sidered on tbelr merits. Our Mugwump friends, I presume, will mnko loud complaints after n tlmo that mo havo continued rascals; but now tbey ask for favorablo action on about every nominee. Not having access to nil tbo papers, wo cannot always tell tho character or u nominee, but If thcro aro no substantiated cbargCB iiflcctlUR bis fitness fur thooiUoa, wo confirm him." Similar remarks can bo heard every day from Republican fonators. Outitdo of tbo tcua'.o chamber, however, tbo general Impression among Republicans hero is that the Scnato la too lenient with tho President In this regard, 1 ho confirmation of such porsons ns llradley for internal revenue collector In South Carolina, llnrgcr for pension agcut In Ohio, and others. Is looked upon ns tho result of soclnl Influences. So far only fourteen nominations havo been sejectcd. Tho cl ous to carry out tho resolutions concern ing tho removal from otltcii or Union veterans lu order to mako places for Dcmocratlo politicians havo failed. Annttblo caso wns thnt or tho removal of Gen. Hulde Inner, postmaster of Philadelphia, to mako n placo for a voung politician, ox-chairman of tbo Dcmocratlo city committee. Tbo nomlneo has not been confirmed, but as Mr. Cameron Is not opposing him, thcro is no probability or lib rejection. The mysterious origin or man has been par tially dlfcloscd by tho Indianapolis cKUon who found an Infant In ft tin pall at tho top of a tree. It Is to bo remembered thcro Is nothing mysterious nbout Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup; a few doses w ill euro your cough or cold, Wines. Wines. Wines. California Wines, lllesllug, Gntedol, Hock, Ilurgundy, Zlnfaiulo', Ancollca, Muscatel, Ai.; nlsomyowu celebrated Virginia Port and Claret Wines at Cnit. Xandeh's, No. 009 Seventh street uorthwot. Tlio Corner or Soventli mid II Streets stands pro-eminent ns tho moit rcllablo cloth ing bouso In tho city. We havo attained this position by tho high standard of our goods, and we maintain It by our low prions. Kluemtu llros., manufacturing clothiers and tailors, or net 7ib nnd K, Sinnrt Alecks, (from tbo Detroit Free Tress. Thcro Is to bo found In ovcry community, among ovcry class, a tuperecrvlccablo few to smart In tbelr own conceit, that to appear wiser than their fellows they adopt tho rulo to bcllcvo nothing that Is said, and acrco with no ono In an thing thoy do. Among tbo thousand things which tboy deprccnto In business It Is a special fashion, wbero their Ignoranco li most conspicuous, to rrlllclso adversoly all advertised articles. They "spread thoinselvcs" on theso ns tbelr "greatest forte." Tbo compass of tbelr wisdom I this: that because am artlclo Is extensively advertised It must necessarily bo a fraud; for, as Uiey say, If It was not a frnud tbo proprietors could not afford to spend such enormous sums In making their warts known to tbo public. Tho absurdity of sucb n prclenso will bo best Illustrated by a conversation which tho writer bad n few days ago, with a member of a largo concern, In which this very question was discussed. "Why," said tho gentleman, "tako our own Caso, for Instance. We aro spending two hundred nnd fifty thousand dollar a year In piscine crur goods beforo tbo trade and public. Now-.ls ltroasonablo to sup poso that wo would spend this amount of monoy, or risk It In advertising a worthless artlclo, without merit of nny kind, when by tbo mero outlay of $1,000 or less, wo could buy tbo best prescription or formula? No, sir; jou can depend upon It, thcro Is not an artlclo on tbo market to-day which lias stood tbo test of years nnd Is In general uso that hasn't an undisputed value nnd In trinsic virtue. Advertising serves to Intro duce and mako known sucb nn article, nnd supersedes tbo employment of a host of ox- Ccnslvo ogcuts nnd canvassers, which a uslucss not advertised employs, nnd which Is another way ot spending monoy for this purposo. But advertising docs tho work most effectively and promptly, "My long oxncrlcnco and observation," ho continued, ,'has been that a person try ing an article that bas no merit, upon tbo strength of newspaper advertising, nud talking ngalnst such nn artlclo, can do moro harm Hum a column of advertising In Its favor. On tho contrary, n good opinion expressed In llko manner, from ono to an other, on an artlclo that bas merit, is tho best form of advertising. Henco an ntlvor tlscd article must havo merit to begin with, and upon tbo strength of Its virtues nows paper advertising can suliduo prcjudlco nnd aid In forming good opinions, which, ro peatcd In manifold ways, spreads tho popu larity nnd effects tho salo of n good nrticle. "In tho past four months wo liavo re ceived over 8,000 unsolicited testimonials unqualifiedly Indorsing tbo merits of our specialty, Duffy's puro malt whiskey, all of which aro on fllo among tho most val uablo records of our houso and opon to tho Inspection of any ono Interested, and out of this entire number fully 3,500 of tho writers stato that they were Induced to tako It upon tho recommendation of friends who had also tried It, and only COO who had taken It on tbo strength ot tho nows paper notices alone. Yet," said tho gon tlemon, ns ho walked away, "wo nro prob ably doing tho largest nowspapcr advertis ing In this country." WAMi STHEKT SPECULATION. Tug of Wnr Iletwcon tlio Two 1'ro. Icsslonnl lllomonts Tlio T.mnbs, tlio Hulls, nnd tlio Hours, Doran, Wright & Co., of Now York, In their review ot tho past week to Walsh, Croplcy it Co., of this city, sayt Speculation on Wall street bas rcsolvod lutclf Into a sort ot tug of war between the two professional elements, nnd tho supply of lamb being utterly exhausted, tbo bulls nnd bears aro living a sort ot dog-cat-dog existence, with nn occasional supply of frcth meat. When tho largo operators form pools In order to protect their own Interests or upset Jtbo plans of rival fac tions, tho man who builds bis expectations on tbo Intrinsic merits ot n railroad prop erty, tho earnings ot tho road, tbo possibil ities ot traffic, aud tho v.iluo of dividends Is, moro likely to founder In tho soaot speculation than bo who anticipates good news and discounts boil, Tho groat labor problem, which Is as yet In Its In fancy, bis, In Its lato unsuccessful struirclo ngalnst capital and monopoly, simply proven that great ends might bo attained under proper leadership and moro thorough organization. Strikes In which anarchism nnd socialism nro In any way recognized can novcr succeed. But organized strikes, wbero tbo cause Isn just one, will ovont ually provo too great a power for oven cap ital to Ignore, and will necessarily subject nil differences to fair and unbiased arbitra tion. When wo consider tbo great loss of tbo business to nearly all the roads occa sioned by tbo labor troubles, tho carnlugs of various railroads nro by no moans bad, and far-seclnc operators cognizant of this and of tho fact that tho temper ot tho street, lu Its wild dcslro to sell ovorythlng short and enrich Itself on mb fortuno, had fostered a largo short Interest, havu been quietly turning this to good account, and with bt. Paul and I.nUo Shoro for their ban ner stocks, and tho prospects of a settle ment ot tho Reading reorganization as a reserve fund, thoy will, in all likelihood, succeed In putting tbo market up 3 or -1 per cent, nt tbo cxpcnsootovcr-conudentbcurs; but, Ilka tbo old tabloot Hurapty Dutnpty, It Is a great question whether, when tho top of tbo wall Is reached and tbo subsequent fall vnlflcd, nil tbo king's horses and all the klnc's men can put tbo markot up again. In order to secure a genuine bttl 1 movement, manipulators must havo nbo llcvlng public who aro willing to take up tho work they havo begun; or, In other words, to relievo them of their burden, and as a burnt child dreads tbo Arc, so bavo the old-fashioned believing public coascd to exist. What la left of them now may bo dally scon banging ovor tbo tickers In broker ofllccs's, clad in last year's garments, dividing tholr attention between talcs of the verdant past, and tho moro serious question ot a squaro meal. Furthermore, tbo manipulators of thoso ephemeral booms have also bought their experience In this game, and aro conse quently ever ready to run at tbo first accnt of danger, and unload on each other, If practicable. Wo cannot advldo tbo pur cbaso of oil yet. Tho Washington field Is not exhausted. "WASHINGTON CITY MAItKETS. Collated I'rom tbo Official Keports of Washington I'rodueo Kxchnngo. Flour-rMarket very quiet nnd stook nmplo. drain 111 o market Is quiet and easy for wheat, corn, oats, ryo, and barley. Hay nnd straw Market Is ovcrstooked with hay. Prices lower. No domand for wheat straw. lluttcr Receipts Increasing dally and low rango of prices ruling, with demand confined tollno grades only. Eggs Tho supply Is large, and a higher market Is now looked for. Poultry Old fowls havo not been In muoh demand this week until on Friday, nud prices havo lluctuated. Nearly all spring chickens aro as yet too small. Two and a half to thrco pounds to pair Is tho slzo to bring best prices, und only kind sought for by dealors. I'otatocs Old stock in nmplo supply but bichcr In price; new in good demnnd. Wool A few parcels coming. Tho do mand Is active, and n steady markot may bo looked for. Ltvo Block Ttccelpts or cattlo at Queens town Wednesday l'JThead, and SOJOsheepand lambs. Market steady for, top cattle, M to 'A cent lowor on medium and rough stock, l.ombs In good demand nt lower prices; old ebecp very dull; MO left over. Calves lower, nurrrn. Crcamory, rnncy, 18 to iocs Now York tubs, now, 17 to lie. Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsyl vania dairy packed, cholco, 12 to lie; good to prime, 'J to lie. mam. Kcar-by, frcsb,12c.;wcstcrn, 11 to 12c. rouunv and oamk. Turkeys, llvo. Oct Chickens, old fowls, llvo, per pound, 100. ; roosters, llvo, per pound, Get chickens, spring, largo, per pound, It) to 22c,: ducks, old, live, per pound, 8 to Oct geese, live, each, S3 to 5Ce. nnAitr. Wheat, choice, DO to 92c; fair to good, 00 to Olirye.CH to 70o; com, yellow, 43 tol7o;whlto, Nos. 1 nnd '.', 40 to 47c; oats, southern, tk) to 43c; western vthlto, No, 1 and now, 11 to 42c; mixed, No. 2,37 to 38. lt.IV AMD BTIUW, nay, clovor, JlOtoWi tlraqthy, Jll to !1J; mixed, ffpl to J!5; straw, rye, 917 to ilS; oat, 10 to 811; wheat, 7 to ea.OO. DltlKD Fltl'ITS. Evaporated apples, 3 to So; apples, sliced, fancy, 1 to no; peaches, cholco, 8 to Ua; evapo rated, M to 15c; cherries, pitted, 8 to Oc; black berries, 1 to Oc; raspberries, 9,to 10c, CURED MEATS, ETC. Hams, sugar cured, 10 to 10o; sugar-cured shoulders, G to clfc; sides, western, la; shoul ders, western, OK to Go; bulk, shoulders, 5j to 6ko: lat backs, Gij to 7; hams, country smoked, 10 to lie; lard, country lots, i to 7o. VEOETAIUEU. Potatoes, choice, per bushel, DO to 60c; pota toes, common, per bushel, GO to 7oc;swootpota. toes, near-by, per barret, COc; yamiTand batmans, per barrel, SI. 21 to 81.75; cabbage, per hundred, (2 to (I; black eyed peas, per busbcl. Wc. to 70c. LIVE STOCK, Cattle, extra, per cwt., KM to 1.00; com mon, per cwt., 3 to SI.0O; rough, per cwt., 12 to f'2.75. Hliccp wool, per cwt., clipped, (3 to SI. Iimbs, spring, choice, per cwt., 87. to 87.25; common, per cwt., . to f0.tA Calves, prime, perewt., 8(1 to 86.00; common, $1 tot.'. Cows, prime, each, to to 810; common, each, 815 to 820; old nnd dry, each, W to (15. noun AND MBAI- Mlnncrola, patent process, 88.25 to 15.60; bakers' brands, 85to 8MV family, patent pro cess, 81.75 to 85; standard brands. II.W; extra, 8.U5to Ji: super, 8i75 to 83; fino, jn to 83.25; middling. 8160; ryo flour, 13.W to 83.751 Ihlck wheat, New York, per cwt.. 82 to 82.10; Vir ginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, 82. Corn mcnl, bolted, white, 45c; unboltod.yollow, IGa THE MAItlUU'S. Short Interest to alto Support Against nn Expected ltenllrntlon of fronts. New YoitK, May 23. Most of tlio traders on tbo street are In favor of higher prtcos, but thero Is alto n general desire to seo a material reaction, as tho course of prices has been steadily upward for tho past two weeks, almost without a break, but tho buying has been so good that tbo rise was continued this morning, notwithstanding tbo efforts of certain operators for a re action. Thcro was ltttla nows to-day to affect values, but tho early advices from tho west this morning contained news ot threatened troublo In tbo northwest. This was fol lowed by tho engagement of $750,000 moro cold for export. '1 beso facts, coupled with tbo dcslro of many traders to antlclpato the usual realizing prico to a holiday, started n selling movement beforo noon. This oc casioned considerable realizing, and later In tbo afternoon sales for tho short account, and It Is considered to-nlght probable that tho short Interest created will support tbo market to-morrowgalnst tbo expected real ization ot tirofluj. Tho market opened steady this morning, nnd In the early dealings was somswbat feverish, with n heavy tone This, bowovor, disappeared after tho first flttoeu minutes, wben tho market Vecamo strong through out, especially the coal stocks. Tbo rlso culminated, however, nt about 11 a. m.. and prlcos moved off slowly, the market becoming quieter until after 1 o'clock, when thcro was n considerable Increase In activity nnd tho downward movement wns accelera ted. Prices continued to fall until tho closo of tbo board and final prices aro at or near tho lowest figures ot tho day. Tho total day's business amounted to 39,391 shares, out ot which St. 1'aul furnished b'J,01G; Lackawanna, G0,G9O, and Lako Shoro, 89.010. Treasury balances-Coin, $139,111,101; currency, $15,330,233. Uuntntloim of 1'rldny'a Slock Rulc. llis following tUIIy mnrkft rpporta hnrs bttn furnished ty J. Vance Lents, broker, Lo Droit bulltllDg.Elghth nnd Katrcot. bring the. most ac tive stocks In the Hew York exchange: Orng. High, Loir, Clif. Uuuida rnclflc (IVa Oil OIVi tllVi ucmral l'sclflc 4TVi 41 40. 41 C U.andQ Ill lSIti, 133Vi isiMi Dehtnar AtlludVion.. PS nu t7i ;, H..L. onJW lzsifc 1301 ts 1!S, Erie til 2Si,t r, SVt, Kansas and Texas r.7ifc ESVi 7 X7 Jersey Central SI 53 SlUj 51 LakeHhore 8214, S2Mj o, six, L. and N S7, a;i ss. sirvi Missouri I'aclOe los' losu 103 104 Norllincsiern lllVt 111'h 110, 110, Northern Tactile S.V zs S51, m, N. r.rref r,;s E7S, (., suvt New Trotx central 101, io:'a 101 ioj Uronlin 4J (1 41Vi 4lVj Oinslia nrer 10ti& 1M, 10 10U Orefon Trsne 8H4 31-j loTtt Orrcon railway 10OV, 101 loou, 100 I'aclfloMatl est 81 SJUj .fti Keaiilng sn, ziu 231, :i. ft. Paul t2, HI Ul 61, Teles I'aclftc 9Vi or 0, i Union l'arinc 621,, B2U, eovt 60'8 Western Union on, 62, 111, 61L, on oi'.j en, cat 03 M, Grnln nnd Provisions. Follow Ing Is the rangeor prices In the Cbtcazo market, furnished by U. K. Plain A Co., bt. Cloud uuiiuiujr, vufuvc ui niuui uuu r eirceu. Wheat Onng. High, Voir. Clsg I) June 7S 73, 72, 71 July :t ?H 74 71, Aug 7014 7C"ii 75Vi 70 Corn Juno 35Vj 3SUj SJH, 31, July 30, sgVj sou, m.vj Aug 37 37 tlrti 37 Oats Juno 2T4 27, 20V, iHk July 17, 27, 20' IC't, Aug 2IV ti 21, 21V, Tork June 8 SO 8 2.3 S 17I& S 20 July 8 30 8 33 8 30 8 31V, Aug 8 40 8 4J 8 4) 3 Wr, Lard June. Ill 5 0214 0 81 8 DO July 81 0 07 4 S Oi B Vl'lj Aug 6 00 8 02V, 0 00 6 02V, Washington Stock Kxclmngo. The following list of the most acUve stocks dealt In on the Washington Block Uichense Is furnished by Messrs. Bell & Uo bankers, Ho, 1437 reoniyl Vftnlaavenuei MaySS.liSS. Hid. Asked Permanent Imp. 6s, 1881, coin , Us ua 1'erinaneut Imp. 7s, 1S1, cur 119 120Vj Market stocks 7s. lSiU, cur HHj .... Water stocks 7s, lMUcur 133 .... Water stocks 7. 1003. cur 131 .... Fifty-year funded J.dJs.mi.cor'cy. 119 Twenty-year funded 6 p. c. lftso.cur, lisy, ... Twenty-year fund es. 1892, cola.... USj lid,. Thirty-year fund 0s, 1002 coin 12tiVj .... Washington & Ueorg'n stock. ...SO.. 203 .,,, Wash, and Cicorg'n bonds 110 .... Metropolitan lutlroaa stock ....60.. 102Vi 103 Columbia Itnllroad stock so,, 37 .... North Capitol nnd O street 60., 41 44 Washington Qas Lljht Co 20.. 37, SJVi Georgetown Gas Light Co 23.. 40 .... rrnnkllu Insurance Company, .23.. 41 47 Kailonnl Metropolitan Ins. CO..60.. 60 ... Arlington lneuranccCompany.lOO.. 161 .... Corcoran Insurance Co 60.. no .... Columbia Insurance Company ..6.. 13Vt 141, Clerman-Amerlcanlns. Co 100.. 141 ... Potomac Insurance Co 28.. CO .... ltlgg Insurance Co..... 6. 6?tj .... Hoard rab. Works Green Is Da 87 MuonloIIall bomls IOIVj WaslilngtonMnrketCo.stock...60 21V, Wmh'n Brick MnchlneMock... 100.. 110 .... National Metropolitan llauk... 100.. 133 .... Natloualllaiikoritepubllo....l00.. 132V, 130 Farmers & Mechanics' National hank, Georgetown loo., 162Uj .... Otlieni' National Bank 100.. 109, .... Brcond National Hank ...100,, lis .... Central National Bank 100,. 16.1 .... Great Falls Ice Company 100.. ISIVj .... Ileal Entate Title Ins. Co 100,, 10414 X'ennsylvanla Telephone Co 60.. 43Va 47 Chesapeake AVotomacTel. Co.100.. 71 'Vu U, 8. Electric Light Co 100 70 National Bafe Deposit Co 100., 103 .... Wash,LlghlInr.lstmortgage.,100 93 ilnltlmoro Produco Arnrlfct May 28. COTTON firm: middling, vKc FI.OUK stendy: Howard street nnd western super, tJZ603.lX). do. extra, t3.50O3.85; do. tnmlly, fjl.OM3H.75! city mills super, 8.50 3.00; do. extra, 58.21 1.00: Rio brands, Si.MVjo i.'b; 1'atapsco family, 55.15; do. supcrlatlio patent, t.'itO. HEAT Southern quiet and nominal; west ern lower and actlvo; southern red, Miotic; do, nmbcr, BTG'jOc; No. 1 Maryland, 8-SJio asked; Ko. estcrn winter red, spot, e3o naked; Juno, b'JUo nsked; July. Smlie; August, 8J 62JJc; September, M8Jc; COllN Southern steady nnd quiet; western lower nnd quiet; southern white, 12(iot5c; do, yellow, 42loc; western mixed, snot.4 IJOllJi: 3Iny, llc asked; Juno, .UKlI)Jcj July, 1 740. OATS lower and dull; southern. Static; -western it hlto. 3b lie; do, mixed, Soaasc; 1'ennsylvanla, 1)7(5) lie. JtYl: steady and Urm at 73(3710. HAY dull and lower; prime to cholco west cm.vio.ool3.60.; PROVISIONS steady and quiet. Mojs pork, C10,)fflli.oo. Hulk meats, shoulders, and clear Tib sides, packed, WM. llacon shouldors, f.Ko. elenr rib sides, Cc; bams, 10jllKo. Lard, rollned, 7),'c lwtter dull; western packed, liaise; creamery, 1C3KC. Eggs quiet ntl2o. Petroleum nominal; refined, 7o. COFI'Ki: steady; ltlo cargoes, ordinary to ralr, WOTWSo. bl.'tl.Ut steady; Asoft, C)io; copper refined nominal at WieilOe. WHISKY steady at fl.lfxni.SO. THE COtTHT itncoitD. Court In General Term-Chief Justice Cart tcr and Justices Cox and James. McDonald vs. Mofflt; nrguod nnd submitted. Circuit Court Justlco Hagnor. Second Rational Bank vs. Hume & Cleary; on trial. L'qtilty Court Justlco James, -N'lchlas v. Klehlas; order appointing Ucu. Carlton com mittee. criminal court Justlco MaoArthnr. 1'red crlck Jennings; rnpo on Hachcl O, llrooks; not guilty. l'robato Court Justlco Jamos Estate of Charles Miller; petition or Henry It, Wilier, administrator, to purchnso real cstnta. Kstato of rridcrlek ltcuter; order of publication llstnlo ot Itlchard -V. KilmonHcn; petition of Charles YV. Ldmoruuon for letters of adminis tration, litato of W, V, Scott; leavo to com promise claims nnd nn allowanco or counsol fees, lu ro of Cartlo and Walter Hill; mlnor'a order nppolutlng Allen O, Clark guardltn; bond, 100. Utato of Itnndolph Hiulili. letters tcitameutarylsiuedtoCharles II. Purvis; bond. fjl.Oto. litato of David Webster; order of publication. In ro l.oulm Queen etui,, minors; older aiijiolutlng W. llrltt guardian; bond, 52,000. In ro coccllo ll. Iluco nud others, minors; order appointing Sarah O. Iluco guar dians bond, IXH. Kstato of iUniel Hcnog; letters of admlnhtmtlon Issued to E, 11, Hay; tl,b0U, Kstat of Jauo Langfordt letters testa. rocntary Issued to Dr. liobert Iteyburu; bond, 5I.0UO. Kstotoor Thomas W. 11 irtley; wilt ad mltlcd to probate and record. Kstato of Jitbcz rittartl; admlmstnitor, ordered to pay benefit premium. Jlstato of Jamcu lteod; account of ndmlnlstrntor referred to the register lor ro-itallug. ADViniTisrn inrrrnns. The following Is a Ilitof adrertlsM letters remain ing In the Washington cliy twstoOlce siicudat, May UO, 1BHO, BITTa obtain any or llif'o letters the stpllcant tnnrtcnll for AbvrHTisrn LrrTTrns. jsalfnotcalleirorwlthln four weeks they will be sent to the dead letter omce. i'iiANK ii. coKann, rostmasttr. LAD1E3' LIST. Alnnr,1,Clsra Aonllln, HUMe Amolil.Mrs Lildle AiiMtn, Kato Allen, Mr Lucy Adams, Lilian Almsteail,l.l7zle Allen, .Mrs Lime Alitlnffliam, Mrs Alexander, Mrs It A i.rawn, Annie Hob rer, Alice I'enard, MnCE(2) Brandt, cirn I'rawner, Mrs n 1.0 1 eninan, Mrs I, u Banks, Kllsgtuta l'ttdle, l.iatnn Iiliin.lfll,MlMi;p I'(.otl,,.MlM KW Butler, Mine Brown, Knty It Ball, Mr LA Boore, Llllie l'ojle, Marsle Boore, Mary Catherine I'erirdeii, Mrs rtmnner, Mary Blookn, Minnie II Brooks, Mary IS Bultler, Mary Brown, Mrs Maria Brown. Blilln Jotines, Bettle Johnson, Mrs Caroline Jordan, Mrs 1)0 John'on, l.lenora Jenkins, Prances Jackson, Luln Johnson, Mary A Joltnlon, Mrs Jones, Mrs Mary It Jackson, Halllo Johnson, Mrs Busnn King, Alice Keith, Mrs GernMIno Killer, Mrs N H Lindsay, Mrs K R Lancaster, sirs K 8 Lander, lfaltle Lee, Mrs JulU I.tvlnpfltone, Llxzto I.ufT, Minnie Mackey, Annie Merchant, Mrs Anna Miller, Ada Morris, llinml Martin, Mrs Ultra Mniwcll.MrsKuto Mallln, Latle Merrill, Mary It Murray, Mrs Mary U Montffonicry, Mrs Maler, lm. i ill) Menley, MrsTliomai Marrotn, Mre W Bell, I!el eccn NIckerson.MreAII Broun, Mrs Barak Jano Newtou, Amelia Brother, Rarah Nairn?, Mrs Bouinn, Parali Cleaiy, MIma Counein, AnnaM lomelhift, Mrs Anna Colt In, BeltleK Colbert, Biblget Cnn,ibell, Caroline Lonlnberry, Cornelia Clarke, Mine CM Cooke, I'.llia Camlell, run Cliurchrllle, Iferltaun tlillds.MrsJ W Nicholson, Mamie Norton. Nannie Onley, Ilertlin (2) O'tJonnor, Mrs Prank OToole, Mrs WP Barker, Alice M l'litlerson, Mrs Addlo l'ocll, Blanche l'uriella, Catherine Bryer, Mrs Kunnle 1'nyne , Mrs Jane renetl, Iiulsa l'alne. Lrnilm i ronin, jiuin 1-lgott, Mrs Mairale ChnmUrlln, Mrs Joels V Trait, Mrs Martha W Cord. Mini J Tnler. Mrs M II Clarke, jane Cole, Mrs Llszlo Clark, Llllie Creek, Lucy Uiamp, MriMaltnda Cortlu, Mary Croltoril, Mary flulftlliMo, .Mario Carrl.MaudJ Cochran, Natalie T Colcnmn, llullile J Coles, Mln It B Lliamp, Busin Colerunn, Hadle (JiiinilOl.Mr. WO Idckenvin, Alice liar. Mrs Celine liulln, Ktoma Datls, Mrslaac Dunn, MLs May M lliiglef, Mrs Maria JJoscy, Mrs Martha Duncsn, Mrs MagglO Davis, Marclo Divine. Bltllu Klll, Imlly IMlls, rnniile lVirle, Mils M T Farle, Maud llelil.MrsF.W lx. Mrs rinmn I'orbes, Mrs Ocn Ferguson, Mrs J M rietclier.Joney 1'endall. Mr Joseph Kit Ms, Mrs Martha faults. Morv I" IMtnain, l'rlscllla M Togo, Miss Harah 11 l'oits, Mrs I' l'ernell, Mrs Hniin X Klvers. Annie 12 Bay, Mrs Alex lllcliarilson, Bessy Boss, U 10 ltnganfnlen ltoby, Rll Koblnsnn MnHmlly Boy, Ml.s Kate Itailcllire, Mrs Mollle ltoblnvin,Nelllo ltalmer, vlrgio lteber, Jlrs W F Kinlth, Annte hewcll, Carry Bmlih, Mrs Con Btenveus.MrsU A bidden, t'atherlno Heacy, Mrs 1)11 fe'enn, Kinma Buchinann, MrsD Baundrrs, Mrs l'.lla hhepherd, Dstcllo shorter, 1711.1 BinalhMrsJD Bnowdcn, Julia Hnillh, Kate Bhaw, lA-nnln Bnowdcn, Lllla Bhelly, Mary 17 Belmy.MrsM A Bclicloske. Mary Biruder, MrsMurry M Bitnmes, Mrs Helena rot, Mrs Vlrclnln Bpcncor, name Tlnlev Miss lllmlnner Bnondrn. Bnrah (.'clil ell. Mrs Alice U lapc, Mrs Annie uray, unssu it Inlion. Allno (In en. Corn Thompson, Mrs Daniel Taybas, Dllcn Thomas, Kmnn Turner, Mrs Henrietta Tailor, Mrs Hanuah Tyler, Mrs lloraco lliomas, lmogeno Taylor, Marl i Trcmcl, Mnrl.1 Thomas, Mary K Tlppelt, Mrs Jt D Turner, Mrs Mary Tudge, Mary V Thornton, Miss M J Wilson, Allco Williams, Mrs A Washington, t'atherlno Wnilsworth, Mrs Craig Wllkerson, Clara Washington, Caroline Williams, l'.lleu Walker, Kmma Wilson, Mrs Emily .Villi..... ,l..l. Cllliain. Bmmn Green, Mrs Julia L Gronard, Mrs J U Grow, Mary D Gross, Martha flretutt oo, 1, Marie Hamilton, Allco L llflrrlce,AUco Hilton, Mrs Annie Hughes, Mrs A Hopkins, Carrie Ilaplier, llimnnh llaiullton, Ilcurktta Itanley, lila llaske, Mrs J II Hlssey, Mrs J 11 Harris, Jannto Ham! erry, Julia Hcclitneer,MlssJoc Houk, Mrs L A Hatnpson, Mrs Lizzie Hsrdcastte, Mrs Harris, Mabel r- iiawKino, iurs ret CJ) M"orga-Wnllace, Jl.try Jauo iiiiaiiis, irs iwaiu Witzzell.Lt7le West, Mrs Lucy Williams, Mrs Ithodoy Williams, Mrs SS Harrison, Mary lkclilmiin. MrsOM nail, Mrs wiiuo Harris, Mrs Wni Jackson, Mrs Adllno Yocum, Lottie GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Alkln.CaptDA Komal, M Ailums. r. Euzene f4) Kerr. Hamuel Adams, Mr and Mrs Geo Kelly.WUJtaui II Arther, Joslah Kcnnev.Wllllani A Anams, John Adams, John 11 Asbury,J O Addison, Thomas Anderson, Win II A Co Beckwlth, Burgess UnlrJ, CllOord Brute, Clias II Brooks, Col Bauer, Charles J Butler, CaMeroti Brjan.DrEW Brjau, EII.MD Bank, F Bauley, Trunk Brough.OeuIMt Broitn, Cicorge II Brown, Garland Black, George Barracks, tleo Bothtlelil.lIK Buchanan, 11 J Burle, J W lWrLJlio A Breckcnrldgc, J O Butler, John A Butler, John M Bartlelt.JV Brlcker, Joseph M Bradley, Jacob Bell, L 11 Brown, Mr Bcchtras, Marlus Blair, Mr Burger, Ollter P Bell, Iteason Biown, Thomas Iiacon.Wllllam Q (2) Bliss, Col Win Bland, Wnller Clark, Hr Anson B (3) Clark, D W Clayton, II P fortune, 11 W Church, Hen CUtten, tnpt O O Coombs, J M Campbell, J W Chlnn, James II Cutler, Joseph Caully, Gen J E Carter, Jno Hill Cbnmbers, L A & Co Cochran, Hon Lewis Custus. M A Ciimbell.Ncd Carson, DrT Carlallo, Wm Coleman. W E Conner,Wllllara M Ibandlee.Wllllam Collins, WlIiS. ED Carlisle, W J Carpenter,Wlllloni those, Wl' Diiggars, Andreghu lingers, A V Vrlggers, A V DeAltem.U Dexter, Chas DnJsou. Hon O C Dunn it. Co Dibble, Hon II A Dow. llenrv Kcmpster, Dr W () lxiuls, Benjamin I-nylou. o A Llfley, Hon Charles S Lenli, Dr I.unt, .lr nnd Mrs Danlat Lewis, BT Llttte.tii-orgoll Iissow, Henry Llbby.JLrwls LIndsay.Robcrt Lyinnn, Mrnnd MrsW V Lanlgan, Mai Thos lister, W II Mcintosh, U A Morris. Clnetor Mitchell, OO Mowney, E (2) Murphy, l' v Mulfer, Krniiz May, Geo K Myeis, Hon Joel Mathcus, Jackson McFreilerlck, John fioue, ii j Minor, Mr Mills, Nathan Mltchue, Ttl Melmj. Robert O Mills, lliomas A McLaughlin, Thomas Moor, Cant W s Mailie, W K Mcintosh, W If Morrow, Walter h Morton, Wolter L McClure, W 11 Nelson, U J Nutsuu, WlUlatu Odell, A T O'Conuell, Bernard D Osbom, Charles Oyama, H Toith, Charles Barker, Coleman Tatty, David 11 Tnrker, Henry Fatterson, Henson Tnrker, T Teterson, T n, Jr l'nyson.W II & Co Tell, Mr nud Mrs Wm Cruger Qulgley, Frank T Rice, Hon Alexander H Ileavls, A B Rothermel, A W 8 llubl, Adam Room, BenJ A Ripley, Gen EH Rogers, Harry Rogers, Hamilton Raymond, Dr It J Rich, Josi I'll U Riley, J O Rafertette, John Robb, Thllllp Roberts, Thomas Robinson, Hon Thos Robinson, Willie Rode, W lies f Blherspane,Capt Axel Bmlth. A bllgllch.A Mrs Bmlth, A M Btalcy, diaries M Beals, Charles I! Bnow. Eitcar M Dsvoitge, Mr and jvrisou Dyrron. W H Davis, William M Daughcrly.Wm Clark Ells, llev Edward Ente, Geo W Engelhardt, John 1 lllgood, Win Kdwurds, O Talkner, Col A W Fearman A- Co Fox, Johnny Francis, J II Frazle, J W 1 lnnepiin,John L l'OMland,Mack l'a niell, Itlchard Forest, Bandy Ftrguson, Wm W Greggs, A 1 ford Grtgersou, Charles Goodlor, II 11 Gelllle, Ilrnrle (Irnvenstlue, J It Gould, ('apt Jnhu Green, John W Gaipey, Jas D t,lbou,John firabaui, Llod GlaUiloue, Mr Grot eon, Robert Grahnui & Bon (llilell, 8 K tlrein.T llu.lley.A N HuiUou.AlfledM HoMcy.Honlir Hicks, Iter O Holmes, OD Honey, Dr II McK Herbert, Josiphi: Harineu.JiiolK'J) Homes, Jacob Haute, John ll Ilorgnu, Michael llaHklus, l'iitllp llall.Btroihcr Bpenccr, li V K Bjncer, O E buulzc, Gra J Bmlth, Oeo Bamion, Henry Bmlth, It D Hchutthers, Henry Bladen, Dr J A Blmpkins, JamtsW Hnillli.J 11 Stetson, James II Bpencer, Mr and Mrs Lor- lllard.Jr Bneeny, Nlch Bieole, 1' W Bieall, Paris W Strong, S uuuel W Btern. 8 M Byford. 1 homas Bcott, Thomas Bulumetz, tlcn Win 0 Tuyuun, A Tucker, Almon V Taylor, Beach Turner A Carroll lull, Chas Taylor, Frank E Townes, Isbecr Taylor, J L Thompson, J P Tojne, Jas Toiie, James Henry Trimmer, l'.ml Itlgglu Towivseud, 11 H Tuppcr, bllas loohcy, lliomas Terry, William Vandyke, Herbert Wol, A O Wstklns.Allwrt Waleimm, Hit: Co M'hllehurst, Charles Wllsou, Chus A WisU'n.011 Wlllierforco. Rev I) T inn, eiiinuei lllnnian, It, r Samuel D Washington, Daulel Hurr. llev Wm Whcilln, III) Hendricks, W' U iiuiix, w Jtckson. Allen Jones, Charles Jones, Charles Jrckson, Dr (2) Johnson, Frank Jenkins, Capt II U Jette, lltnry Jette,118 Jolinson, Johu A Johnson, John D Juicrson, Lett Is Jones, Lewis I, Jackson, R Jackson, 1 homas Jenkins, W Johnson, William Kouch, Louis Willi UllS.ilCO II Walker, lioa Warren. II While, J WS WeluU, Jamoii Wrlalit, Jn'in Whitley, John Waddle Williams, M 8 Wilght, Mr Webster, Mr Webb, Robert Worile, Thomas Willis, Tnomas WelJeinan. I'rlahM Walktr, WJ Washington, William Wallace, William Wills. W T Woodbrldge, Dr W B Miscr.LLANr.nus. Ancient Order l'ortters Mrnager Tteatre Corn National itcvlew Piue . ., . Ladles' Conunlltee Me- The Home and lorln tropnlltan Tennis tluh Becret Berflee Co CJ) LaneMamiracturlngCo Manager Arlington The Stenograph Det aire , , AgentMoTacltlo Express Cldckens Commission Co Itockwelt Tensl in Claim Clinmlrlltie's Fatent Agent .... Aeeney Aitxllllarry Publisher 150t East Capitol st s e Eailer n star looat. m;tti:h3. ladies' list. Alexandra, I.lrel! Itiutson, MI'iSan Barnes, Miss I. Baker, Mrs MA Drotsn, Lucy tonnell, Aunlo Cannon A Co Crulcher, I.tesy tasiell, Ml.s CnmPlell.MIss trcil, Mnry Conwny, Nellie llellnlr, Mrs Emily l'arden, T.uinin 1-leetAlmontn Tniley, Mils Anna Ford, Bertha I'lslier. Miss tl n Johnson. Jennie M Johnson. Maggie Keallf. Mamie Mer, llosle Mrats, Mrs Alice Mason, Mrs Alice Miller, Mrs Josephine Mason, Mrs Mary U Tryer, Hetty Terry, Lucy Ouarlet, Mrs Win liar, Ocorglo lloblnson, Mrs Heed, Mary Jano Hialtli, Alien Bhanks. Henrietta (Ireene, Catherine M itrri'ne, Sjniiirriiie ... oiiiniriiii, ix'iin Oreeley, Mrs llenrlettall Bcott, Mrs Husan Bnlglefrltz, Locegrovo uaneil, iiirs J A weaver, iiiiic tienver, iiiiic WohtbrMire, Mrs While, Miss Xanzlnger, Kltllnrliu "Fan, lu I K n w" tlodlna, Mrs M Ilainchar, MIssL Hunter, Miss Lucy llnrrls, Mrs Laura I Howard, Mrs OESTLEMEN'S LIST. Joachim, Michael Jones, llobt Kohr. Isaao fleck, Chas Bowling, CO Becbler, O ll Barett, tienrgo Bohnke, HerVert Barnes, tlcn J W, Brown, I Berry, J E Bait tins, James lunch, St It Drown, Thomas Taker, m Crawforit, J A t lurk, Mr A Mrs Will Dowil.Freil Domer, OO Dowston, Jno N Davis, Patrick Doctor, llll Filwartts, James Krtcson, Tetir Ford, Henry Fortune, Humphrey Fenton, 1 Uatlonay, Qeorgo tlreen, so Hunter, James P llardesty,T J Jackson, ueorge Jobmon,Jnol) Johnson, J V I.tn.tley. 1) Miller, Fdwln Mason, E Morgan, lion Jno A McCuuley, J W Marlli, I, (2) Marrcli, Mr Mclnlrre. Hll Nolan, Michael Troitor, J V Tlummer, Htanley Haamlers, Fred J Btewart, John Silicon, Mr Btott.It O Tobln, Richard Usher, U W W heelock, A It Wrliilit, il II O WIlEenson.IIonCol Wbeetley, Dr Woml, FrankO Wills, Jas M Walker, WllllO "lSIIIstst" "Cotik A Waller, 1 1! Cai Bt" X.1ST OP I.ETTlMtS ltKTUIlNHt) 1'IIOM DHAI) W.TTKIt Ol'l'ICH. LADII'.S' LIST. rhondler, Kllra Carter, Lucyn Church, Iturn Carlisle, MIssM Carrlgan, Maud M Filmonston, Lily File, Mrs Harry I French, MInnto tlrimth, Emily A (luzntan, Mrs Henry, Mrs I' Jaeobsen, Baletto Jackson, Fnnnlo Love, itebecta Mcliitjre, Brlilget Nesele, Agnes Kuson, Mrs Boston, Mario llensey, Mrs 1! Itixtrltlt, Mary IS Btlllson, Addlo 8rlicsbee,C(ll.l Bhcels, l.inlly Bcolt, Ellen Htnltli, .Mrs R A Btewart, 1'reilerlck Hhort. Mrs Mary it Rhletds, Katie loplet, I.lzzlo Tnjlor, ltosil Watigh, F.I la Watson, F.llza Wilson, Mrs Luin "Anna, caro Mary ltny" GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Fell, Andrew Driiwn, Henry L A Brinnt.JM Barnes, Win Cooper, dram tlio 1( Fisher, Henry (-J) Morrcn, llnrry Morris, 0 Murj I.y, Jno II McCarthy, Michael Nniui, nenry Bmltli, James Bcolt, K Bhey, Mr While, K It Washington. John Wilson, B W MISCELLANEOUS. "Acbslo 1211 Vermont ' ne" ' "Quull231Uun" Albert 1H Mashnn ne" 'Low O Coitago I'lace" i:ast oAi'iTor, station. Adams, Eilclls r.eeil, Marr Dnherty, Mrs Mary DoyleDanlcls, Charles Johnson, Louisa E aKOKGHTOWN STATION. LADIES' LIST. Atkins, Martha (,rny, Marin Tosey, Frances Thomas, Barak OESTLEMEN'S LIST. Haskell, Itev MI) Bmltli, Win It 1'llOVOSALS. -3itorosAia ron stationary. TitKASvnY Hri'AUTMrxT, May 1 1, 1SS8. Scaled proposals lor furulnhlng btatloncry for tho ihcnl year ending Juno :m, 1W. will be received nt this Department until the ltni DAY 01' JUNE, ISMi, nt 1 o'clock p. m. lllnnk forms for bidding will be furnished upon application. Iho bids will bo considered nnd accepted or rejected Item by Item; nnd this advertise ment nnd tho proposal, so far ns accepted by tho r-ecrilary or tbo Treasury, and tho bond accompanying tho same, shall constltuto the contract between tno Government and the bidder or bidders, and no further contract will bo executed. Tho uttlclos contracted for must bo furnished from tlmo to time during Iho year. In quanti ties pursuant to orders from tho Department. Ihoentlro quantities will, however, bo called for during tho year. Each proposal must bo signed by tho Indi vidual or Urm making It, and ho accompanied by n bond with sufUclent sureties In tho sum of tno thousand dollars (i.'.QOO), approved byn United fctatcs olllccr or tbo district in which tho sureties reside or do business, on a form to I UV .IIIIIl.lll'U UJ kill, I.VI'UI.UIUUI, lU.l.llllUUUU kfor furnishing such portions or tbo articles as may bo awarded under It, and tho perform ance tu tuc contract. Proposals unaccompanied by such bonl will not bo considered, and contracts will bo awarded only to established manufacturers of, or dealers In, tho articles. lYoosal to bo addressed to tho undersigned, and marked "lToposals for Stationery." Dcllvciks must be frco or chareo at tho Trcnsurv Dcimrtmont. Washington. 1). C. nud will be subject to Inspection by nn expert do- iuiicu lor tni io nurtioso br tho iccrctnry or tho Treasury, nnd tho delivery or an lnrcrlor .iia.ui,. iiiiu iiiu tiuiivviv ui hii imuiiut artlclo will bo deemed sulllclent cause to annul tbo contract, at tho option or tho Secretary, Tho Department reserves tho right to walvo delects and reject nny or nil bids. A'o confrncf will be aunrittil or the stpnllrt re ferred li filwt e untilan (lvproprla'lonjor their pur tliute elicll fiare txcii made by llmim.. C. 8. FAIUCITILD. mylS-s-lt Acting Secretary or tho Treasury. -pnorosALS ron icr. NAW DEr.tllTMF.NT, Wasiiinoton, May 11, 1880. Scaled proposals will ho received at tho De partment until 12 o'clock noon, MONDAY, JUNE 21, lssfl, for tupplilng tho Navy De partment nnd Its various bureaus nnd ofllccs In Washington with Ico during tho lineal year ending Juno 80, 18s7. 1 bo ico must bo of tho best quality Kenne bec, solid, clear, and Irco from mow or other Impurities, and must bo delivered daily lu such quantities as may bo rcqulrcil. A bond with approved security will bo re quired In caso of award. Tho Department re cert es the Tight to reject any or all bids, and to walvo delects. l'rojiosals must bo made In duplicate, and addressed to tlio Secretary nf tho Navy, nud Indorsed "Proposals for Ice." WILLIAM C. WHITNEY. Mylii-s-lt Bocretnry of tho Navy. PROPOSALS Foil SIIKCKl.LANKOUa SUP PLIES. WAit PrPAiiTMr.ST, April 13, 1830. fcalcd proposals (In duplicate) will hu re ceived at this olllce until 1 O'CLOCK P. M.. WEDNliDAY, JUNK 2, lbsn, for furnishing Miscellaneous biipplk'n, consisting of Brooms, llimhcs, Soaps, Towels, S.a, &.O., fur tho Wnr Department and Its bureaus In Washington during the fiscal year ending Juno 3d, 1M7. Illunk forms of projKisuls, shonlng tho Items and estimated quantities required, together with Instructions to bidders, will bo furnished on application to this olllce. Bids will bo considered on cash Item sepa rately. l'roiOFnls must bo addressed to the under signed, ltulorw.il on ihuouUldoottbecnvclopo "riorosals for JllscelhuieoiH Supplies." C. II. 1IOYT. Asst. Quartermaster, U. S. A. nrrl l,15,10,17,mj 2S.?j V WLLIJOIl'S WLLIJOR'S 00E3P0UKD OP PURE 00D LIVER OIL AND LIME. AVilbnr'aCiiin pound or l'tiro Cod I.Ivor Olluuill.liiiii. 'ihe advantage of this com pound our Ihe plain (Ml li that thouauieatliij lasto of tlio Oil Is removed, nnd the nholo ren dered palatable. The oltcuslvo taste or Iho Oil hits long acted as n great objection m In use; but In this form the trouble Iscnllruly obviated. A host of ccttlllcntcH might be given hero to icillfy to tho excellence mil miccess of "ll'il-l-or's I l J In r (HI ami I tmc " but Urn fact that It Is prescribed by tlio nicdltnl faculty 1 suf llclciit. l'or sale by A. II, Wii-noit. Chemist, Boston, and all druggists. my7-mwf-Jvcj ltKUEDV I nu... A vlntlm of youth (till ,nnruilna fauiinp 1'r.iusture Diicay, N.nrous D.bilitr, Ist Manhood, Ao., havluK tri.d in vstn er.rrknowa rm.dr,h.sitlooverua.lluples.lf-uro.whlohb) will iii,t 1 It HI!, to lilaf.ilow.uir.ron. Ad.1r.it J, U. ItEUVlU). U Ubtthaiu BUHn York Wi. Keys, tilrh Klnihey, JD KlimeiACo(H) Manhood Restored FlNAlTOIAE. B.'.K, I'LAllf. W, B, IIIDB9 B. K. Plain & Co., BROKERS. Stocks, Grain, Provisions, and Oil. St. Cloud unlluing, Oth and F SH. Chicago Correspondents'. Charles Counsel man & Co. Cilr references I National Bank or tho Ho rmone. Constant Quotations of Chicago nnd Now York Markets by Special Wlros, s AinrKCts iy lephone. Ml. J. W. Walsh, F. D. Siurxa, T. L. Citorirr, WALSK, CUOPLEY & CO., 1IANKKU3 AND DRUKBKS, Slocks, Grain, L'rovislont, & rttrolonm, 1410 V HT.fdlOTCr Ilulldlns), irn.lilngton, I). C J. VANCE LEWIS, BROKER, Stocks, Grain, Provi sions, and Oil. I.K DItOIT HUILDINU, 8th nnd F Sts. PHIVATE WHIE3TO NEW YOUKANDCTII CAGO. Family Sarvzzus. AASA r USB CKItia, BTKKI.INO, aiiNNi:or,A, gilt i:nni:,or ooldi:n hill FLOUR, And you will always havo Tlcaullful Bread, Kolis, and biscuits. Wholcsalo Depot, corner First street and Indi ana nuuuc. WM. M. GALT & OO. JjOTTIMIES. A Mutter oi' Cliiinee. OrIQINAL LITTLE HAVANA (CiOUI.1) St CO.'S) Decided by KOYAIi HAVANA LonXKY. ORDINATtY CLASS No. 1210. JUNE 12, IS.1 Number tar Numlier. Prlro for Prlzo. With 1T0 Addltlnnal Pri7es. 17,000 T1CKETH AND U5I l'liliCUS. ' b'CHEDULE. 1 Capital Prize fM.OOO 1 do 4,000 1 do 2,000 1 do 1,000 10 rrlics of S20O each t!,ooo 410 do. IS " 11,175 0 Approx'tlons to 1st Prize, .' each... I'iO 2 " lid " 60 " ... 100 4S1 Mrcs, ns aboro, being tho full num lier In tho Itoynl Havana, and 170 Additional Prises of tiO each to tho 170 tickets having an ending num ber tho two terminal units or tho nttmrjcr urawitig tno capital l'rlza of t'-M.OOO . 3,100 CS1 rrlzcs, amounting In U. H. flold to... 11,L!S TICKEltj IN KIFTHS. Wliolcs, t.1.00. rrnctlnns, pro rata. THE ltOYAI. HAVANA OFFICIAL LIST DE- CiniM EVERY 1'ItIZh. AGENTS EVKHYWHEItE. ALL l'ltl.l-S PAH) ON l'ltlijENTATION. CAUTION: Peo that tho name GOULD A CO. Is on your ticket. None others aro OttlGINAl OR HELIADLl!. For tickets, Ac, address or arply to fillll'HEY COJ1PANY, 1219 Broadway, Now York City. Or AGENTS EVEHYWHEnE. OAl'ITAI, 1'ltIZK, $100,000. I, LLLL "Wo do hereby certify that wo sunorrlso tho arrangements for all tho Monthly nnd Quarterly Draw liiga or tho Loulslnnn Btato lottery Com pany, and lu person mnuago and control the Draw Ings themselves, and that tho samo aro conducted with honesty, fairness, and lugnod faith townrd all parlies, and wo authorize tho Company to uso this certificate, with fac similes of our signatures attached, In Its advertise ments." frf COMSlISSIOMEItS. Wo the undersigned Banks and Bankers will pay all prizes drawn lu the Louisiana Stato Lotteries which may bo presented at our count ers, i J. n. OGLIWI1Y, I'res, Ln. Nut. llnnk. J. IV. Klf.IlltKTH, I'res. Stnto Mnt. Ilauk. A. JIAI.mVJN, 1'res. N. U. Nat, llanb. UNTOECEDENTEI) ATTRACTION I OVER HALF MILLION DISTRIBUTED I LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY. Incorporated In 1SCS for 2S years by tho Legis lature for educational and charitable purposes, with a capital or 8 1,000,000, to which n reserve fund of over 00,000 has slnco been added. By an overwhelming, popular voto Its fran chise w as made a part of tho present Btato Con (dilution, adopted December i, A. 1). 1870. Its Grand Blnglo Number Drawings will tako Elnco monthly. It never Scales or Postpones, nek at tho follow Ing distribution : EXTRAORDINARY IJUAR lERLY DRAWINO At tho Academy of Music, New Orleans, TUES DAY, JUNE 15, I860. BSSo I, R 2- L ... "Ha",. LLLL. 1C0.C00 Tickets at Ten Dollars Each, Halves, 8J. Fifths, tl. Toiilbs.SI, list or rnizEj. 1 Capital rrlzo of SlW.OOft JIM.OOO 1 uriiiid l'rlzo of M,ooo do.ooo ltiriind l'rlzoof 'jo.ooa 20,010 2 Largo 1'rlzcs or 10,000 LM.aiO 4 Large Prizes or 6,000 w,ix 20 Prizes or 1,000 20,000 60 do. fiOO 2.000 100 do. 1100 30,000 21)0 do. 200 40,000 cm do. ua. co.ou 1C00 do. 60 60,000 ArntoxiMATioM rmzES. 100 ApproxlmiUIoii Prizes, fJ00 20,000 100 do. do. 100 10,000 100 do. do. 73 7,600 2270 Prizes, amounting to SJ.M.WO Appllenilon for rntes to clubs should no made only tolliooUlcooftlio company lu New Or leans, For further Information wrlto clearly, giving full address. Postal Notes, Express Monoy Orders, or New York Exchange lu ordinary letter, Currently invariably by oxprcus (at our oxtxwol, ad dressed M. A. DAUPHIN. Now Orleans, La. Mako P. O. Money Orders payable and ad. drew Registered l.cttoni to NEW ORLEAH3 NATIONAL BANK, New Orleans, La. SAM'LSHEDD QaaFisturoQl Gao Flzturosl Blato Mautola, Latroboa, Rangos, Furnaoos. Plumbing and Tlnnlna 400 lxTNTH"BHU3EX N. W. TnATjizjsitiiQijiita, THE oreaVp"rnn8ylvania noi'lTH TTI HTi"1'KTRtACK.8PLENDIDHCP:NERY; ment! magnificent squii'- . i IN ETFECT MAY Id, 1S8&. TRAINS LEAVE WMhlnra rrom station M. "h nnd I) streets, as followsrm tWm' viSLil1' "id the West, Chicago Limited Express of Pnlaco 8 eep ng Cars at 0 An . m ''al)yi Fast Line, 9.60 a. ra.dally trtciiuVlSnMl fn,d at. Louis, wlth sleeping Carafromi rl" burg to Cincinnati, and Hotel Car to Bt. ""nisi ft.h'SZT 8at.rrt. ,0 Chlego,fth mS$ ISSiSi AUo,n o Chicago. ciTIoago nd aS. fMSWliJ11' V 7:10 P?m. dall7wllh Sleep ,,g ?? Washington to Chcngo, connecting at ni!!JrrS"i?.w,lth?Vc.Scrn rrisi withlhrougb. vf ',?&.?' !ly "' 1'1'tsburgandlho calami Cleveland S'CCWr """t"e " Cbt "ri'J'iHt!.". AN". r0T05rA0 RAILltOAD.' Nlncarn in,nn"2anl,tn?; Rochester, lluiralo, f !fr .. .'"."i P- m- dally, except saturdav t ofii .' 'if. "T?'1' lkilaTeo, andElmlra, vV- m;.dally. except Sunday. """ ll-m . Z? lSe.n.'2'i. lno t:,'i 7.13. Dff), and Hm"'00' wt10". and llao p. mV On m i7lT, : m- 2w. 4 1 10.00, and 1 1 :M p. 040 mZ$&W? of ,1'l.,,lUan Pi'"r cars ;'r& ntr.?jr',.Ny,hftboal.'n nex, nnbrdln'g dlfe t?an1fcMof FuUon'.?"" Rv',I!!f1d0VVa.rPrr"0'"'' Now York city' . if '.I 'hlladelphln, 7:1, o. and 11 II m z 5-iV 413' cVm i'nsftj?- "SndJy15-a.2,m:.12, i.lo, 0:30, 10, and 11 20 p. m. Limited Kinrns. c!fftoio.6ana8,Vm-M'li8;m""'"5. maI.,e0xcetpr,CCBmVdS?: ,,U fc nJ iM .(!Iiinn"t0"' 7;tB m- 1205 and 4:23 p. rlS m "CCI" Sun,lar- UI1. 9 o!L. A'VianAw?vrA .AND . fREDEIHCKanURfJ RAILWAY, ANI1 AI.KXAKlilir i t v,i WASHINGTON KAILKOAD. ,or Alexandria, ow, 7fl, o.2S. 11-01 smi ,';. 2-W.-l:23,UHoi.8 03.nndlt"J7 P. m. On Sunday at COO, osa, 11.-01 a. n., aw For nichmondntid tbcSotith, 0 00, llflln m r 3?i"L 'f I? Alexandria for Washington C oo, saw, low, 10:10 n. m.- liw im . ir,' 7.s'i.nd 10.12 p.' rn , and 'la.io' mliniglu (: ad. V03, Il).1- P- m.,nncl 12.10 nteht Tickets nnd Information at tho oUlcc. north. 'ftiSK.neVeSS n . ,.J' " WOOD, rn tn v t.lrl1r05;,nctt, J'"iiger Agent. WIAS. K. rUOH, OcncratManager. QHESAPEAKE AND OI JLcavo B. A P. Do not. Sli ilIESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY. n,nV,l0',SK't: fo, and J,orfolk. Daily except tjua- 6,30 r' ilFiV?Mlinme- Clnclnnall.St. Loulv. n.Dd,-'' eogo, connecting fir alipol iifi West, .Nor hucst, and Southwest. Fast Express (daily); docs not stop for local business, lhrough Pulln1nuL.r1-1Vr.17i Loulsvlllo nml Ci7ichinati to for tickets and Information annly to c .to " ? 'ro, MS Vrnnsvlvnnlinvcime. unite JnwHSfi '.l.0'01' ,vlrK'la Midland rail way Mntlon" 1Xnm'lv'""0 "Venue, atTd 0.&J. Telcpbono call, 658-3. JI. Y. FULLER, FRANK TRifiO,"0'"1 ,,aMenE Agent. 'siu'tn la'Knger Agent. .T1MOUKAND OUIOIIAU . 1BKS, UNTIL FUllTlIEIt KuVriM?a 13' Lt WMlilngt.n from itiiion SL0!? --, JtUSltYAVENUK-ANDOSniKKT "" 1,BW m., Chicago nsit uonilnAt H tU. i 7xl tvflif; charged ou lids ulu for fast tlmi. ,Ilra r" ' cliiirsc.) on lids train ror fait tiT,,,. "'" '" lor I'ltUburg nt U.43 a. m wllk rarlnr r 10KtrUaUm ""i-M Bi1!,'li,,J?',0,aov MO. H no, ana 7ifkn,Sll'oo5p.1in!' J-SU- lM- aM- . south OJO p. m. dally, mm Pullman lAtioS W sshlngton to New Orlc Jn. """ uiwpat For Annapolis, O 4u a.m.nilH:in una in n a.i on Muu Jy. 8 Ml a. m. and 4.4o p. m. M v' For jay stations between Waahlnctoa and n.HI. mora. 8, 6.40, B.30 . m.. 12.K1 n. m.T3 30 4Jo and O 31 p. m. inllr: 4.40 p. m Vly' iiaSi Si & H.40 a. m. dally: on Sunday .torn it ii itiVion,' For L.I ngton, Btannton, and VbII.t Branch h 5 1! a. m. dally n t Sunday. For oKhmbii?i .2 inlfruih lal. polnti..iJ50 afra., ia"c an31i-58 p. m. dally cicciit Hunday. Kor Frcd.rlck BVdi2 m. and 4.40 p. m. dallyjmc.pi Bundav. ' . F.,IJf'7l10J", n".,Wlnch'eslr,B 4tind 0 43 a.m.and631 p. m.dalIynctptHUna u" From Islington, O 311 n. m. dtlricniHnJ. m. and B.15 p. m. dnily ticcnt Bandar. 7i ii'i- ,4U0A4S.0' B0- WII.7:4, D.OO.ami a m riJ?i' u'ii,nyj'SiJOAZ!20uh4A''"''a All trains from Washington stop at nln Huunn exeppt l:4ti, 3 IB, and fl:fo p. m. 8UUoa For further Information apply at tb. Ualtlmor and Ob o ticket offlca-WuhKgton stiTlo." lu and 1J61 1'ennsylvanla avenu., corner orFoartienth checkM and received at any point In tlit "117. " B. DUNHAM. OeneralMSalerj' -TTAHULNQTON, OU0 AND WESTERN rLUL. On and after November 16, 1833, trains will leava wiewiT1 "" " 8llU' n4 WtJd.pMM Leara Washington O a. m. and 45 n. n d.iiw Arrlv. at Le bn'nr 11 OO a.'m. Jnd 0 "ifpri'R fire at Bound Iltlfat 1 1:17 a. m. and 7:33 p. m. n lurnlng.leaie Bound 11111 0 Ala. m. anil l-oaT ".i 1 f ,'.T'".u.ur -3T " and a:12 p? "ai5 arrive at Washington B.38 a. in. and 4:1 oVm. Tb train eavlng Washington at 4:13 p.m. an4 the train arriving at B 33a.u.art daUr7 AllotheS trains aradallr eicept Bundsy. " ' omeI Monthly and commutaUoa rsta In all polntj, Bnperintendent. Alexandria!' V, wSTEA3UIOAT JCines. 1 -CaTlyline ToNmtFOLKuarFoiiK J J RES8 MONROE AND THEBOUTlt. Cheap Hates nud Superior Accommodations. , First class fare 81; round trip !l.ri. Eafo and commodious btrs. LADY OF LAKE nnaJANK MOSKLEY DAILY, . "J 6-su.'V.m" ft Blxll Wharf, Stopping' at ColoulnlBraeh, Plney Point, and Cornneld Harbor going and rcturnlug. niaS,?""1 j'0'?. Rt UalUmoro and Ohio Offices, 1351 and Cl I'a. avo., who will check baggage. .. '""U!",10". '"lulroat General Office, Mb, st, Wharf. Ti-lephonocalloi. ' ALFRED WOOD, Soo'y'and Trcas. GEO. R. 1'HI.H1'8. Buticrlntendeut. -QAILY LINE J" jKOJOLK AND TORI COMMENCING SATURDAY, MAY 13, 18S(J HTE-VMIUIH OlMKUE LEARY AND ' THE POPULAR ROUTE. ACCOMMODATIONS FIRST-CLASS. STATE ROOMS LARGE, AIRY, AND COM- TABLES ABOUND WITH ALL THE DELI. , CAC1ESOFTHE8EVSON. Dally (cxccid Sunday) at 5:) p. m. from Sav cnth-strect harr. For further particulars an PlytoComruuj'solllce,footor7tbt. TWophono No. 71V3. WM. 1". WELCH, myl2-tl General Agent. CLYDE'S NEW EXPBEBS HTEAM PACKET LINK FOR 'aJ-C l'lllLADELPlIIA, WASHINGTON, AND ALKiCANDRIA. ' AT APPOINTED BAILING DAYS. From l'lIILADKLPiilA every Saturday, 13 ns. From WABHINUTON every MondayVlIm. ' Throuah and rrompt connection with New York, IiMion. Fall Ulver, and all polnu North. Through Hii'J. .xa,?.f !'"" xliM rectlred and dsilT. red dally antll 0 p, u, W. F. CLTDE A CO., , ,. ,an"ilAat. I'hUadelplila. J. II. JOntVBON A CO., Agent, U K v1.81 B,sw""i. W.i 130JFSUH. W Waatdniton, D. O. JlOTXLS t'C. 1.1 Al'.UItt UOUBK, W--l iniUTIllU & 1AI1J, I'enusTlraula avenue, near 14th slreet- llatej. S2.AI) and S.I nsr ,lsv. Brclal rates to partita aud permanent nastf. l'aMenjer Elevator, lUUfl U, lIAILUia, e Proprietor. rPKB EIIU11T, WasniaetOH, D. O. AEMY AND NAYY HEADQUARTERS, Foca Ieom Fiaa Escarxs, ytTTERMB n AND 14 FEB DAY. OT, JAM EH HOTEL, (ON TUB EUDOFBAlf rLAH Corner Blith Btrwt and, rsmuylvanla Armas. TT-EYEaiCO., WILLARD'8 HOTEL BTABLE3, Corner Fourteenth and D Btrocts Northwest,' iKfHrancli Offloe at the Arlington.