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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, MAT 12, 1890. iin i im WASHINGTON CRITIC vxxt sirnaxAZB lludden'a Hummer Styles In Fumlttiro, Carrots, Unliy Cnrrliigu, etc. Thts long-ostabllshod Installment houso, located at 030 and 033 Rovcnth street north west, Is receiving Its full supply of all kinds irraerchnTidlso that go to make up n com plete ontflt for a comtortflblo residence. Ills new stook of Refrigerators, Baby Carriages ami Jilnttlni Is comnloto. Yon can find Just bat yon need In. this responsible store, at cash pilcos on tho installment plan, and make your own torms. Uoodn dollvorod on . rst payment. Giro htm a call. Trunks, In Orciitost Variety, Washington mado, and a standard reputa tion of thirty-four vtart, by tho olltoot tho Oty, for superiority In Strength, Kino Finish and Durability, at tho warorooms of jamm 8. TnriuM, 1S31 Pennsylvania avenue. Factory, 12.J0 K street. llin Natliinnl Sure Deposit Company, Cor. lf.th St. nml N, Y. Avenue. storage for Silverware Jewelry. Laoes, Fine Hoods and valuablos of all kinds. Charges moderate. Hafo deposit boxos for rent at tho very lowest ratos. Anlieuaor-Iliuoti, New IIaven, Dooombor 15, 1639. Tho Anbeuscr-Busch Browing Association, bt. Louis, Mo.: Gentlemen Tho samplo of Faust Deer lately received from you lor analysis has In 100 parts by wolgbt tho following composi tion: Total solid extract 6.8S0 Alcohol . 3.300 Cnrbonlo acid gas...". ,. .355 Water 80.3T3 100.000 Systematlo search has failed to show tho presencoof any adulterant, and tho compo t'tlon Is very similar to that of tho Boat Boer of Munich and Vienna. Tours, oto S. W. Johnson, Professor of Chomlstry, Yalo Collogo. Washington Branch: Fir ' streot and Virginia avenno southwest, FRANK SCIIWAHZ, m ... . Manager. 'Phono, 871-1. W, M. Houghton A: Co.'s Extra Bar gains nnd Inducemonts. This prominent and wotl-known Arm, at 1818 and 1SS0 F street northwost, will opon to day their second special sale for only ono week. Thclrobjeot will bo to give you tho best possiblo bargains In flno furniture This pi cat bargain salo Is strictly for cash. They nro displaying an Immcnso stock lu all tho newest styles and grades lu mattings, rang ing In prlco, from 20 to 15c. Their ifoed nnd Itattan furnltuio must bo seen and oxamlned to bo duly appreciated. A largo asjortment cfbaby cairiagos, sold on tho Installment plan, small enah payment, balance weekly, fee their Sio carriages they are perfect beauties. Spring; Lamb. For spring lamb and Washington drossed S!S$KVr0 '!? KcrvNIntn stroet w'dr. Centre Maiket, and N. L. Market. Fifth and K streets. LOCAL .STOCKS. TriimRctlonH on the Washington Ex cliunco Notes nnd Gossip. There was a. decided Improvement In belli Hie tono mid voluruo of business on the Exchan?o Friday. There were eight different lots of stock sold and an aggre gate of 430 shares changed hands. l'or 10 shares of Second National Bank stock 1855 was paid. This was a low pilce for this valuable stock. raylDff) as it docs, a larger per cent, on its market value than any other bank stock on the list. Tho dividends am 8 per cont. per annum and tho earnings slnco tho Gov ernment has rented the larger part of the bank bulldinir are about if per cent. Tho building, besides giving the bank's rent lice, jlelils a eulllclcnt amount to pay 3 per cent, on Iho entire capital of the bank. The deposits keep closo to H,COO,000 and the dividends can be in creased to 10 per cent, whenover tho direc tors elect so to do. It goes without saying that Second National will soon be worth 41225, Intrinsically, If it should not bring thatjirlco on tho market. The deposits of tho Traders' arc neatly 400,000 now. Another small safe of Traders' Bank stock Mas made ft shares at Oo, when the asking mice was advanced to 06. Metro politan Railroad on a sale ol'lO more shares lcll off to 172 bid. Tho 10 shares sold went for 175. In Insurance stocks tlio only salo was of 33 shares of National Union at 20. There will be a dividend of 50 cents ormore paid on this stock about the 25th of June. The price realized was n fair one, though few stocka will pay 5 per cent, on the market value as this will. It Is more than probable that as the compauy is engaged In erecting a magnificent build ing on V street the idea of increasing the dividend will be abandoned. There were 300 shares of Pneumatic Gun stock bold, 200 at l-and 100 at 13. It has been a long time since any of the Washington Loan and Trust stock, sold for as much as .f4, Its full paid-in value. Yes terday a louud lot of 100 shares brought this price. This stock Is well held and the day is not distant when the company wilt begin to All a more important place than it hat yet occupied. There was nothing douo lu Graphophone tock. A large holder of stock expressed a willingness to buy" big lots at 15, but the man to whom the proposition was made laid he would sell a limited quantity, but named V0 as tho price he was willing to take, if accepted 011 the spot yesterday. United States Electric Light stock is offered with great caution at 11 : j. One of the largest and wealthiest ocLhoIdcrs Is looking around for more stock, and a new buyer, a ma 1 of large means, is considering the propriety of making a free Investment in tho stock. Tho best bid at (he L'xchango yesterday was 11CJ. " Tho contest advertised for this afternoon at 4. o'clock at tho ofllcc of the North Capi tol and O-Streot Itnllroad Company will probably not come oil as was anticipated, with the little Volstuss as leader In an old tlmc fight under the -Marquis of Queens berrj rules, but will bo somewhat on the order of a modern soft-glove encounter, In which the Belt (load) will go to George K. Lemon ns leader. The volume of business of the local Ex change on Saturday not only showed an tncouraglng Increase, but tho stock em braced in the transactions were among the bc6t on tho list. For 200 U. S. Registered 4s, 122 was paid. As these bonds uavo onlv seventeen years longer to run they had originally thirty taking Into consideration that nearly H per cent, of which is lost yeaily, and that moio than one-fifth of tho inustors' capital now jleldR no Interest, the net Income on a MOO bond of this kind, into which $122 Is Invested, .r22 of tho last named bum never coming back, tho ylold on the Investment is scarcely more tluu 2 per cent. For an Individual who can In vest In absolutely safe sccmltlos, yielding Irom y to 7 percent., It Is bad financiering to hold the bonds at their present premium. Further, the political party now in power may muko such liberal appropriations that the Government will no longer bo a Imjer, in which case tho bonds are liable to go down to llfi, perhaps lower. Tho easels dllTcrciit with banks and trust companies; they 1110 of necessity lu a measure required to keep a consldeiablo portion of their depositors' money In something which can bu conerted Into cabli lustautaiieoiuly. But their uttlon should bu no gutdo to the pilvnto Investor. For i!0(l Washington Gas bonds, seiles A, 122 was paid. Although these bonds yield 11 per cent. 011 the pur, 100, tho 6,uno reason ing applies, but with grcitcr force, tothem. For 20 shaies of West l.nrt National Hauk 114 was paid, equivalent to 4 picmlum. This stock should go much higher lu tho not remote future. For 10 shares of George town and Teiiiialljttiwu Kailroad 501 was icallzcd. Those who have dally opportuni ties of noting the tiuvel on this load sav ft U doing a good business. Hence iu tfmu dlUduids will bo made. lliti ruution appears to have 6et lu 011 Chesapeake and l'otoinnc Telephone. After selling ut Ml, because of the diminution or dividend fiom$123 to J.T5 last quaitcr, It fell to about lit) bid, but ns tliu real value and stability of the stock and the conserva tive management of the directors were ex plaiuid fully lu Till'. CniTlf tbo decline was checked, and uowtheiti are numerous buyers anxious to secure etock before It AOtsup too high. for American Grajihophone 14 J was paid for 30 (hares and 14J for 100. Thcrolg much disappointment among buyers of this stock that so few People will now lot It go. It will not bo long boforo tho discov ery will bo made that 14 J Is not one-half of Its Intrinsic worth, Is the opinion fiooly ex pressed among tho best Informed directors ?f tlio company. Tell shares of Itcal Kstato Tltlo Insurance stock brought 130. As suming that the business of tho company Will soon Justify S per cent, dividends, this stock should In such case bring at least 100. It Is a rare thing for any stock, managed by such pcoplo ns aro at the head of tho companies of tho District of Columbia, mon of tho highest integrity, vhlch pays 8 per cent, on tho par value, to stand for any length of time at less than 100. And tho man who acts on any other opinion will soon discover that ho Is blundering and In flicting grave losses on all foolish enough to bolnllucuccd by his speech or action. For 10 shares of U. S. Electric Light stock 11 73 was paid and tho bid advanced to 118, with tbo offering at 120. At 120, as this Is an 8-pcr cent, stock, tho yield Is about 7 per cent. At 133 It pays over 0, and 5 on 100. J Tbo market for American Security nnd Trnst stock Is strengthening very fast. Tho last salo was at 51, which is above tho present paid-in value. IMML KSTATK NOTES. An 1'nprcccdcntcd lloom lu Suburljnn Property The rrlces Moderate. Just ns tho pcoplo nro beginning to think of getting away from tho city for their summer's vacation In tlio country tlio cntcrpiising real cstalo dealers nro booming tlio salo of suburban property, ilio post week baa witnessed a boom in this class of speculation that is unpro dented in tho annals of real cstato deal ing in this District. Acres upon acres of available land in the Immediate vicinity of tbo city or upon tlio lines of tho rail road contiguous thereto bavo boon bought up by syndicates and mo now being subdivided into lots and put upon tbo market. Lots mo for salo at ex tremely lots- prices, and it is this latter day species of real csiato speculation that enables a man with a vcrv low In come to become a landed promietorif bo will. Along the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Hnilroad there is abundant evi dence or nn increase in tho value of property, and a number of capitalists aro making additions to tbo numerous villages between hcio and Annapolis, and selling lots at extremely low rates and upon very reasonable terms. Tho samo is true of tho villages along the Metropolitan Brunch, and ncross the Long Uridgo and tbo Aqueduct there has been n healthy and gratifying in cicasc in the number and value of the tiansactions. In tho city tho building boom also seems to bo on tbo increase, and the clerks at tbo District Building aro kept busy lu issuing permits for the erection of large nnd handsome lcsidenccs. "Everybody is investing in roal es tate," said a prominent agent this af ternoon. "I doubt If any city has ex perienced the boom wo are now enjoy ing. Buildings arc going up by tbo block and tho only thing I do not like is that there aro not enough small dwellings being erected. Tho capital ists me imesting tbolr money in lino olllco buildings, or organizing syndl cotes for the putchasc of suburban property. If Congress will nass tho act providing for the extension of the streets and avenues lo the District lino, it will not bo many yenrs bcfoio Wash ington will not only bo a city of mig nitlccnt distances, but ono of magnifi cent dwellings." DOWN THU ItlVKlt. Tlio JCxciirMon Senson Inaugurated Tlio l'otouiiic ltcsorts Crowded. The cxcuision season on the Potomac was inaugurated yesterday, ond despite tbe thieatcning weather many pleasure seekers availed themselves of tho op portunity to take a steam down the river. Captain 13. S. Randall's new, commodious and bandsoino steamer, tbo Samuel J. PenU, carried nearly 1,500 people to ttlver View. This re sort bas been placed in first-class order, and its opening day was a erand .suc cess. The Corcoran canied a largo number of excursionists to tbo shad bake at Marshall Hall, and the Mary "Washing ton, Nvltb COO colored people, went to Collincswood Beach. Mr. Hell's Funeral. The funeral of Mr. David It. Bell took placo yesterday forenoon from Speare's undertaking establishment, interment being made at Conetcssional Cemetery. Tho funeral services were conducted by Hev. Dr. Smith of tbe Church of the Ascension. Deceased was 42 years of age and a biotber of Mr. W. Pierce Belf. Colored Delegates Klerted. A session of tbo Coloicd Sunday School Union was held yesterday after noon at Lincoln Memorial Church, and Miss Julia "W. Mason nnd Mr. L. S. Cor mish were unanimously chosen dele gates to tho Sixth International Sunday school Convention to be held in Pitts burg on June 24 to 27. A I'rlo ot $100,000 Is a good thing to get, and the man who wins It by superior skill, or by tin unex pected turn of Fortune's wheel, Is to be congratulated. Hut ho who escapes from the clutches of that dread monster, Con sumption, and wins back health and happi ness, Is far more foituuatc. The chances of winning $1C0,000 aro small, but every consumptive may be absolutely sure of re ovcry, If ho takes Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dlscoveiy In tlmo. For all scrof ulous diseases (consumption Isonoof them), It Is an unfulllnc remedy, ltl&guatanteedlo euro in all cases of diseases for which it Is recommended, or nienes refunded. Kelt Linn Directors Klected, Seven directors of the Capitol, North O Street and South Washington Street Kail waj tho Belt Line were elected Saturday afternoon to servo for one ye.ir as follows: V. J. Cowing, George W. Giay, Gcorgo White, George E. Lemon, John W. Mc Cartney, Charles J. ltell and William 11. Gurlcy. There w ere 8,034 votes cast. New Itnute to Cleveland. Pullman sleeping cars aro now ruuuing through from Baltimore ami Washington to Cleveland via Canton and Akron on 11. & (). It. It. Express train, leaving Baltimore dally at S:30 p. m., Washington 0:30 p. in., arriving Canton noxt afternoon at 12:23, Akron at 1:14 and Cleveland 2:30. A I'riMperllii; CoiiKreciitlon, FIo now members were admitted to tho Eastern Presbjtetlau Church yesterday. This Is one of the lesultsot tho ministra tions of tho now pastor, Hev. Dr. Cornelius, who lb meeting with great sweets. INFANTS ftd-INVALIDS. I b!I M ! M H W THE ONLY ' Perfect Substitute for Mother's Milk. invaluable IN CHOLERA INFANTUM ,ind TEETHING A ijiiKIIj fstlmUatwl I'mJ for DYSPEPTICS, , CONSUMPTIVES, CONVALESCENTS. A PERFECT NUTRIENTiiiallwutlnnllMifM. R0UIHS ND COOKING. KECFS IN ML CLIMATES. i SMI ,0' uur l""k."Th Cnro nnd Feedlngot "'""inftinti," ""IW free to dj dJrM. j DOLIBCn-COODALC CO., BOSTON, MASS. -" " rrrz t , .-tfHmw w a Foi'ci'AK aiArfAanit, Mr, Kilcono Itornan Tendoredn Well Denorvcd Testimonial Itcnollt. A grand testimonial boneflt bas boon tendered Manager Eugcno Kcrnan of Roman's How "Washington Theatre. Manager Kcrnan has accepted and designated M6nday May 20, afternoon and night. No manager enjoys a larger ciiclo of friends. Mr. Kcrnan was interested In tlio old Thoatro Comlquo fifteen years ago nnd becamo very well known during his brief but protltnblo residence. For tho past four years ho has managed, with a tasto, judgment nnd dlscipllno seldom equaled) the beautiful and popular now theatre and has mado a host of friends who nro eager to manifest their appre ciation of his kindness and ability. Mr. Kcrnan is a good-natured, jovial, whole-souled raari whom everybody likes. Among his friends aro many gentlemen of political prominence. Manager Kcrnan represented tho city of Baltimore In the council and becamo au important factor in tho party of tho State of Maryland, but wat compelled to withdraw from active work in order to give undivided attention to his great thcaliical enterprises. IIo Is a very prominent Blk, an ex-Exalted llulcr of Baltimore Lodge nnd a member of tho Grand Lodge. His benefit will un doubtedly be a rouser. 11 Arranging for tho .Hclioutzon Font. Tho twcnty-ilfth anniversary of tho Washington Scheutzou Vercln will bo celebrated iu great Btylo on tho 10th Inst, nt tho park out Seventh streot. A meeting of committees representing all tbo German societies in "Washington was hold yostcrdav and arrangements for tbo celebration discussed. Addi tional interest will attach to tho occa sion by tho presence in tho city of many of the delegates to tho national conven tion of brewers, which will bo held In 0. A. 11. Hall on tho 20th, and which will be followed by n banquet at tho Arlington. Cold Wntor Ulue Cont. A number of soldiers nnd marines, allircd In their natty blue uniforms, with polished buttons, attended tho Dumbarton avenuo M. E. Church last evening nnd listened to Presiding Elder Dr. Itlloy's sermon on temperance. IIo urged bis hearers to sign tho pledge and use their best efforts to put down tbo use of the "wet canteen" in tho Army. I'ratornnl Washington .Tun.idnbs, An otllclnl and fraternal visit was paid by "Washington Sons of Jonadab yesterday to Potomac Council of Har per's Ferry. In the afternoon a public temperance meeting was held, when the following from this city mado addresses: Sovereign Chief John Ityan, John J. Weed, Jerry "Williams, II. W. Andrews, and Edward Mullen. Memorial JDny Kxorclsos. A meeting to mnke arrangements for tbo Memorial Day services was held Saturday night by the Executlvo Com mittecof tho Department of tbo Potomac G. A. B. All tho committees reported progress. Jlnnijuct nnd Election ot Olllvers. The seventh annual banquet of the Alpha Delta Phi, local branch, was held at tho Arlington Hotel on Saturday night. Mr. W. E. Curtis presided, and nearly all pres ent mado short speeches. Sir. Curtis was elected president; J. B. T. Tuppcr, vlco piesldent; W. II. Weed, secretary and treasurer; Hev. T. S. Wynkoop, chorister, and Messrs. JIaynard, Thayer and Conger tho executive committee. Seized With a Ileniorrhnce. Henry Johnson, a shabby-looking mau, who claimed that his homo was iu Golds boro', N. 0.f came near dying from a hemorrhage at tho Frccdman's Hospital last night. He applied at tho Fourth Pre cinct station for lodging, and shortly after he had gone to bed tbo station-keeper heard groans iu the 100m occupied by the lodgers, and upon going there found John son bleeding from tho lungs. Good Advice for tile Hoys. The boy Inmates of tho lteform School listened to a sermon on "Go to tho ant, thou sluggard, consider her ways aud be wise," delivered by Itev. Dr. Cornelius yes terday afternoon. Tho vigorous singing of tho boys was a feature of the occasion. I took Cold, I took Side, I 'lOOK SCOTT'S EMULSION kcsult: I take My Meals, I take My Rest, ANll I AM VIGOROUS r.NOUOII TO TAKR AN I1IINO I CVN IAY MV HANDS ON ; tffltiii;; Iht (on, 1011 Scolt's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil and Hypophospnitesof Limeand S0daM1' WN'.V CURED MV IllCip. icnt Consumption nur built mk ur, AND IS NOW l'Ul J INCS FLESH ON IVIY BONES at the rate ok a pound a dy. i jake h'jubtaskasilyas 1 do .milk." such testimony is notiii.no new. scott's emulsion is d01ku wonders daily. Take no other. JTw-o-A CAiAL. HIS 1' street, .tlomlicr uftVusliliiKtou Sloi'U KxclinuKe. All local MtocUk unit KuciirllleN liouulit and wold. Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms -lAJII'liELL CAMUNGTON, ATTOHNEY-AT-T.AW, 505 D sticctnorthwost, Washington, D. C. Webster Law Building. Itcsldence, 1818 H street northwest. EBB & WEBB, ATTOIINEYS AND COUNSKLLOItS, 400 Fifth &tieot, Washington, I). O, William B.Webb. Henry Itnnilall Webb. j John Sidney Webb. fob37,d&b,tl I VyOODUUHY WIIKELKIt. attoi:ney-att.aw. 1 301 and 821 11 bt., Cbauiicey Bulldliu;, neat Louisiana uvo., Washington, 1. O, , l'racticci lu the Courts ot tho Dlatrlot and ol l'rlueu neoigo'i) County, JId. fe-w-tl&S.tl G 1 1'111LUI-S. .T. O. Z.V0I1HY. kj. K. 1. JICKUNNEY. I'llIMJl'S, ZACHHY McKUNNBY, i Mn,anii nt T . fc2T-00 OlUtiluja (It nun bun BuUdlnir, Fut. 1 , ALT1IEUS JOHNSON, ATT01INEY.AT-I.AW, feST-dAstf 03'FIfth Street. j N . - irny ir was AirrtfbKr miv, The SnIoon-Kccirr Werfl IVory of Itobort, Vcstordny. Yesterday wns n "dry Sunday" for tlio tipplers. This result was brought tiliout by Commissioner Ilobcit'a recent crusiulcs nmong tho liquor sellers. Those places, especially in tho centra of tho city, which had hitherto dono a lushing Sunday business had their doois closed nnd barred In a majority of cases. Tho forr "speak casles" that wore open did business In a decidedly cautious manner nnd had extra pickets outside to prevent tho cntra"nco of any suspects. A number of thirsty Individuals who could not do without their beer or iuby-rcd for one day pursued their way over tho Long Urldgo and made friends with tho tnvcrn-Kccpcrs thcio. Others crossed tho bridge In west Washington nnd found beer Flowing freely In tho re sorts thereabouts, whilo somo got their liquor from drug stores on physi cians' prescriptions. In several In stances men purchased alcohol and di luted It with water as a substitute for whisky. Commissioner Kobert has made the saloon-keepers wary on Sun day business, nnd horenflcr on Satur days this sign will bo prominently displayed In many batrooms: "To-morrow will bo a dry Sunday, i'lirchaso your liquor In bottles to-day."' To Now York lit FIvo Hours, Tho quickest train service from Wash ington 10 iiammorc, I'hlladclplila ana Neiv York Is operated by tho B. & O. It. It. Co. ruiiinan, jjtutci 1'arlor Carson a i all through trains. THE AMERICAN TELE PHONE AND TELE GRAPH COM PAN Y desires to announce the completion of the "Long Distance" Telephone Lines between Washington, Bos ton, Buffalo, Philadelphia, New York and intermediate points and respectfully in vite you to call at their offices, 619 14th st. n. w to make a personal trial ol the Service. GEO. VAN-BEN SCH0TEN, D. F0SDICK, H. J. CURL, Special Agents. WAfUlNiiTftK, D. C May 10, 1390. myi2,2t "WE. LATE57 0LL4? PAB8T BREWING GO., Formerly the Phil. Best BrowlnRCo., Manufacturers of BLUE RIBBON, AND SELECT LAGER M AND THE "BEST" TONIC. Especially Good for Family Uso. lieneflclal cr Weak and Debilitated rercons. R..S.WIDDICOMBE MANAGEH WASHINGTON BItANCn, 70.') and 705 North Capitol Street. Telopliono 273. apS THE IE CLOTHING COMPANY. Wo hereby anuounco to the publlo that wo the members of the Syndicate must positively close out S80.000 of our enormous stock of clothing for tbo boncQt ot Mr. A. Sustlc, who Is obliged to withdraw from tho Arm on ac count of his health. Wo havodecidod to close out this amount of goods In tho next FOURTEEN DAYS Till biilo will positively not commence until the TWENTY-FOURTH QUI OF APRIL AT 9 O'CLOCK. This lu neither n lire, ussljtneo'N credltois' nor baukiupt salo of cheap, nhoddy train, but a strictly lecltlmato bor.a-tlde n.ile, car- t foil f1 T HlWI1il1dt1llit rinfuiMla a..!... .1,1 n.it wish to lull people by elvinir clieap, shoddy I KoodsuudchiirKincoxorbltautprlcoa. Tliono ! puces HpujKior uiemseivea: ranoy Worsted rants, 07o.; positively woilh Jleu'u KveuliiB l'unts, all wool, $1.0, worth $1. Sleii'g Dross Pants, $8.80; worth $5. Jlon'a Suit", $1.85; worth 80. lien's All-Wool fcoriro SultH (blue and Men's Di ess faults, $8.85; worth $17, Men's Heal Hue l'rlneo Albert Milts, $1 1 0.'; worth $55. GOODS NOT SATISFACTOKY. MONEY 11KV tTNIJEI), at the Largo Threo-btory dtlloy , Uulldlug) lluildlni;, Comer of Ninth and E Streets I, W. ! A i MINGO SO Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo To the North, West and Southwest. DonMo Track. Splendid Soonery. Steel Italia. Magnificent Equipment; lu effect A tv 11, 1890. Trains leavoWathlnc in, from illation, cor ner ot sixth and il. ccts, ns follows: Fonrironirnn nnd tho We N Chicago IJmltol J M'tcss of Pullman Vc titrated Cars nt lu.Ma m dally: Vast Mil,-, 10.31) a m dally to Columbus and Sit, Louis, with blenplnir Cars from Pittsburg to Columbus: dnlly, ?."!. """'r. 10 unicaRO, wun niccping 1 ar Altoona to Chicago, ut. Louts, Chicago and Cincinnati Express, 3.00 p tn dally. SlcoplnR Cars Ilarrlsburc to St. Louis, Chi cago and Cincinnati, and Dining Car liar nibtirR to St. Louis. Western Express, at ,.40 p m dally, with Sleeping Cars Washing. tone to Chicago and tit. Louis, connecting dally at llanlsbnrg with through Bloopers for Lonlsvlllo nnd Memphis. PaclUo Kx press, 10.00 p m dtlly, for Pittsburg and tho t:,.wlsh un"Rh Slcopcr to Pittsburg, nnd Pittsburg to Chicago. BALTIliOItE AND rOTOMAO TtAII.IIOAD. xun lus-E, canandnlgun, Kochester and Ni agara Palls dally, oxcefit Sunday, 8.10 a m. ton Emu. cannndalgua and Iloohoster dally: for 'Buffalo and Niagara dally, OTcept Sat urday, 10.00 pm. with Sleeping Car Wash ington to Hocjicstcr. Ton William rout, Lock Haven nnd Elmlra, nt 10.M a m dally, except Sunday. fon WiMiAutroirr dally, 3.30nm. loiiPiiiiADELriiiA, New York and tho East, 7.S0. 0 00, 11.00 and 11,-IOa m, 8.10, 3.15. 4.30, 5 10. 10 00 and ll.so p m. On Sunday. 9.00, 11 JO am, 8.10, 3.13,4 a), 10.00 and 11.80 pm. Limited Expross of Pullman 1'arlor Cars, 0.40a 1 in dally, except Snnday, and 6.00 p mdally, with Dining Car. Ton PniLAUGLTiiiA only. Tast Express 8.10 a m, week-days, and 1.00 pm dally. Expross, frunday only, S.IOpm. Fon Ijoston without change, 3 15 p ra every day.. Ton llnooKLTN, N. T., all through trains con nect ut Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn Annox, affording dlroct tiansfor to Tulton street, avoiding donblo ferriage across Now York City. Fon Atlantic Cut, 11 40 a m week-days, 11.80 p m dally. Fon IlALTixonR, 0.35, 7.80, 8.10. 0.00, 0,10, 1000. 10.50, 11.00 and 11.10 a m, 13 03, 8 10, 3.15, 3.30, 4 CO, i 80, 4.80, 6.00, 5.40, 6 CO, 7.40, 10 00 and 11.80 p m. On Sunday. 0 00. 9.03, 10.50, 11.40 am, 2.10, 8.15, 3.30,4.00,4.80,5.00. 5.40,0 00, 7 40. 10 00 nnd 11.80 p in. Ton Pore's Chefk Link, 7.80 a m nnd 1.30 p m dally, except Sunday. Fon Annapous, 7.80 mid 9.00am, 18.03 and 180 P m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 4.80 pm. WASHINGTON SOUTHERN KAILWAY. In effect May 11, 1800. Fon ArxxANnniA, 4.30, fi.35, 7.43, 8.40, 0 43, 10.67 a m, 18.01 noon, 8 05, 8.30. 4 S3, 1 55, 0 01, 8.08, 10.05 and 11.39 pm. On Sunday nt 1.30, 7.45, 0.45, 10.57, a in, 8.30,0.01, 8 08, and 10.03 pm. Accommodation ron Qimxtico, 7.45 a ra nnd 4.55 p m week-days. 7. 15 a m Sundays. Fon IticiiaioM) and tho South, 4.'J0 nnd 10.57 n, m dally. Accommodation 4.55 pm week days. TnAiN leao Alexandria for Washington, 6.05 7.03. 8.00, 9.10, 10.15, 11.07, a m: 1.80, 3.00. 3.50, 5.10, 0.05, 7.03, 9.80. 10.37 and 11 08 p m. On Sunday at 9.10, and 11.07 am: 8.00. 5.10. 7.05, 7.89,9 80, and 10.37 pm. Tickets ond Information at tho office, northeast coiner of Thirteenth stroet and Pennsylvania avenue, and nt tho stntlon, where orders can bo left for tho cheeking of baggago to destination from hotels and resi dences. J. It. WOOD, t.t,. .. General Passengor Agent. CI1AS. E. Trail, General Manager. Haliiiiiore and Ohio Railroad. fcchcdule In Effect May 11, 18'W. Leai e Washington from station cornor of Now.lerscy acnuennd Csticet. Foe Ciiicaoo and Northwost, Vcstlbuled Limited express daily 11.30 a in, expiess 0.30 p m. Fon CiMiiNVATi, St. Louis and Indianapolis, express dally. 3.30 nnd H.3J p m. Fon I'lTTsniiiuinml Cloveland, expics daily 0.30 a. in. and H.40 p m. I'ou Lkxikiitok nnd points In the Shonan- doah alley, 11,30 n in. Fok WiKciii.sTti: and way Stations 13.3iVp m. ionLniAV 8.40 pm, Fon DALTiMonE, week days. 4 0 8.00, G.S". 7.80, 7.30, 8.00. 8.30, 9 3u (11.00, 18 CO, 43 mini utcB) a m, 13.10. 8.15, a 50, (45 minutes) 3 15, (43 mlnuto) 3.8, 4.80, 4.30, 4.38. 4.60. 5.30. COO, G.15, 0 80, 7.30. H 35, 0.50, 10.30, nnd 11.00 p m. Sundays. 4 03. 7.80. 7.30. 8.30, 0.30 a m (18 to, 45-mlnutos) 1.10,8.15,8.50, (43 minutes) 3.85, 4.80, 4 38, 4.S0, (45 mlnutoi) 0.00, 6.13, G.80, 7.30. 8.33, 10.30. 11.C0 p in. Fun Way Statium, botween Washington and I: altlmoro,".CO, 0.35, 8.30 a m, 18.10, 3.83, 4 3J, 11 80, 11.00 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a in, 1.10. 3.85, 4 38, (i.80, 11.00 p. m. Tbains leak BALTivnnn for Washington, week dayp, 5.00, USO, 11.30, 7 15. 7 80.8 00. 8 30, 8.35. 9 30 and 10.80, 10.35 a m: 18.10, 1.00 8.10, 2.30, 8 00, 4 15, 3.00, 0.00, 0 SO, 7.00. 7.3o! 8.80, 8.30, 0 00, 10.10. 10.80 and 11.00 p m. Sundays, 0 80,7.15,8 30.8 33,0 30,10 80,10 35 a in: 1.00, 1.05, 2.10, 3 30, 4.15, 5.00, 0.80, 7.00. 7.30.S8J, 8.30, 10.10, 10.80 and 11.00 pm. Fon Amuvolis, 6.35 and 8 30 a in, 18 10 and 4.S0 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.3-' n m. Leave Annapolis 0.40, 8.30 a m, 18.05, 3.50 p ra. Sundays, 8 00 a m. 4 00 r m. Fon stations on tho Metropolitan Branch, H0.30, S8.30 am, M.15 p m. For prlnolpai stations only, tl0.40 a in., t4 30 and 15 30 pm. Fon ItocMii lk nnd Way Stations. t!.35p m. FontiAiTiirn-nrnu and Intermediate points, tO.CO, M0.OO, tll.00 a m, -U OO, 1:100, 5 35, 19.45,MilO0.llO0pm. FonBoiii'saiid Intermediate stations ,7.00 pm. Ciiuim 11 train leaves Washington on Sunday at l.llpm.stoptlngatall stations on Met ropolitan Branch. Fon Fitrm hick 10.30 V8. 30, jti.80, 111.30 a m, 1.15, t3.30, t4 30pm. Fon Haoehstow.v, tll.30 a m and -15 30 p in. Thains arrive from Chicago dally at 11.45 a m and 4 iu n m: Irom Cincinnati and St. Louis daily 3.60 a m nnd 8 03 p m; fiom Pittsburg 7.10 a m, 5,50 p m dally. NEW YORK A PHILADELPHIA DIVISION. Fon New Youk, Tientou, Newark, and Eliza beth. N. . I., 4 05, 18.C0, I0.PO. '18.00 a.m., 8.50, 4.t0 nnd 10.30 p. m. Buffet Parlor Cars on all day trains. Sleeping C.ir on the 10 30 p. m open at 9 CO p m Fon Iiiii Df LrniA, Newark, Wilmington anil Chester.'! 05. 18.00 18 00 noon. 3.50. 4.50. 0.15 and 10.30 p. m. Limited Express for Philadelphia 10.00 a. in. only. Fon inteiimhiiatk points between Baltimore and Philadelphia, 15.0OaniH7 8Oa.in .tl.'.lO, 4.E0 p. m. Ttai.ns eao New Yoik for Washington, 9 CO, tll.30 a m, "8.C0, 3.80, 5.00 p m. and 18.15 night. Tbains lohvo Phlladolphia for Washington, 4.81, 8.15, lO.lS, 11.35 a in, 1.10, '1.31, 5.5S, 7.:i3 p m. .Fon Atiantic City, l.03 a in and 13.Wm. 1 Except Sunday. Dally. iSunduy only. Baggago called for and checked fiom hotels audieldences by Union Tiansfer Co. onoiilcis loit at ticket offices, 019 and 1331 Pa. ae. nml nt depot, .1. T. ODKLL, CIIAS. O. SCULL. Ccn. Manager. don. I'.iss. Ag't. Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. ciriilv -Jf DCliuuiuo in uuuub nUUTE "" March 8. 1890. Trains leave Union Depot, Sixth and B streets. 10:57 a m for Newpoit Nows, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk daily. Arrrlvoln Old Point at 0:10 1 m. and Norfolk at 0:40 p m. 11:34 a m Cincinnati Express, dally, for stations In Virginia, Wost Virginia. Kentucky aud Cincinnati. Vestibule sleepers through without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 7:33 11:10 pra V. P.V Vestibule Limited, dally, solid trains vlth dining cars run tluougli without changu to Cincinnati. Vestibule Sleoperfor Lexington and Louisville. Pull man cars aro open to receive passengers at 9 CO p, in. Oflite, 513 Pennsylvania nvonno. II. W rUI.LKH, Gen. Pass. Agont. TAMES 11. MtCIILL. U ULAI.r.lt IN lIUILUINli SUl'l'I.TES. (XW to 0U O street northwest Portland Cement, Itost-iutalo Content, King's Windsor Ciniient-lull cargoes utilv- log liesh in err week Rolled Iron llo.uns nnd cenurnl bmldliig lion work. Ennmeltvl Bileks, Flio Bricks, I'Iro Clay, l'ulp Mot tar lllaelc. IMIuts, Oils, Window lilats nnd I'ol- iihed I'lute (tlass, Extlmates for Wludow Ulass, l'late- filass. Iron Work and other Building Siippllos'inade at all times promptly. JAMBS II. McOll.L. apKlui (KWto'JltOst n w. Xk: ' I "Th?"!! pfwlp j&S (hurt in That trunk Mcame from Kneessi'sMBr I III II IIWII UM..A L-U.I- ' j'XI AM lUI Lfl VVSHS u4HPH K IbE CERES. IkrTk ' 'I mfWAuvf fl 0 JBx H rfMV i uoMiKN hill aiSfeiV j tWr And you will always have beautiful Broad. jjQ ?h Ml aBaifSSi 4 I8r ftJUuMFifi Rolls and Illscults. Wholesale Depot, oor- JSr f1 R T-??'KCfe!vJv tSfl I ' 7fJtjj 1 per First street and Indiana avenue. fcWffi HPw- ?v!rS ray jraiTi 1 wm. m. QAI.T a co. Hlfe yzStlbilimr "r:rmmm rllSiLS; 5 HOURS TO -1Z1K- BALTIMORE Fastest Trains NO EXTRA FARE PULLMAN CARS By reason of tho construction of n now bridge across the Schuylkill tho Baltimore anil Ohio 11. It,, under its schedule of 31AY 11, is enabled to offer nn accelerated K.xpress Train Service botween Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York, tho fastest regular trains over established upon this continent, Tho fast tlmu is rendered practicable by reason of the stipe lior condition of tho double-track steel roadway, oxcelleneo of equipment and elimination of stops. Following is tho schedule: Leave Washington. Arrive llaltlmoro. Anlvo Philadelphia. Arrlvo Now York, -. ( . 4.05 a. in. 4 55 a.m. ' 7.45 a.m. i 10.55 a.m. 8.C0 a. m. , 8.45 a, in. 11.05 a.m. 1.40 n m. 10.00 a.m. 18.50 p.m. 3.00 p.m. 18.00 noon. 18.45 p. m. 3,17 p.m. s.tsp.m. 8.50 p.m. . 3.35 p.m. 0,15 p.m. 8.43 p, m. 4.60 p.m. 6 35 p.m. 8.00 p.m. 10.30 p, tn 0.15 p.m. 7.05 p.m. 0.45 p.m. 10.30 p.m. 11:10 p. in. 3.00 a.m. U.8J a. m. A11 trains run Daily except the 8.00 A. M which nms Daily, evcept Sunday. For additional trains to Baltimore, sco Time Table, this paper. Ticket Office, 619 and 1351 Pennsylvania Avenue. Station, New Jersey Avenue and C Street.. J. T. ODELU C1IARLKS O. SCULL, inyl0,12 General Manager. General Passenger Agent. iiW ihh JiWun H skr IHI H ifliH bR "H HIi 1 UEnnLiEi Main Store, 916 7th Pa. Ave. and EliT C11IT0K M -OF- $200,000 - OF - FI TAILOR-1 NOW GOING ON, WILL CONTINUE TOR A SHOUT TIME ONLY AT 924 SEVENTH STREET, i!urwt:i:x 1 ani if .vuu:i:t.s. Tho leccnt falluro of tho largest clothing firm of Boston, Mass , has placed their stock In tho hands of tho credltois, who bavo decided to sacrifice tho samo so as to conTort It Into cash within a short tlmo. Tlioy have shipped tho entire stock to Washington nnd have Instructed their agents to soil tho stock at retail at about 50 conts on tho dollar. Hear In mind, this stock Is of this season's manufacture and was mado for tho finoit Boston trade, and we posltlolve;uataiiteo every garment tobo porfect In style.nt and workmanship. An inspection of this stock will convinco you that tho abovo aro facts. NOTE SOME OF THESE PRICES: 1740 pairs Men's rants at 50c; former prlco. $1. 1800 pairs Men's Pauls nt 76c; " $1.00. 750 pairs Men's Dross l'ants, $1.50; former price, $J:85. 700 pairs Men's Fine Dress rants, $8; former price, $4.50. 18C0 pairs Men's Extra Fine Dress l'ants. $3; worth $0.50. Large lot of Tallor-Mado l'ants at $1, $150 and $5, worth $10. W0 Men's Every Day Suits, $8 50; former price, $5. 050 Men's Business Suits, $1; former prlco, $8.50. 1050 V en's Hotter Quality Business Suit9, $0.60: former price, $14. 500 Men's Evening Suits, $8.50; former price, $17. 500 Men's Dress Suits, $10 and $18, worth double. Boys' bulls, Long Pants, at $1.50, worth $3. " " " a.50. " $5 50. " " " " 1 00, " 8.00. " " " " $5, S7, S8 and $10, worth double Children's Suits at 75c, $1.85, 51.75, $8.50, $3, $1 and $C, worth double. Knee l'ants, 85o and upward. . . , . Included in this stock Is a large lot of Flno l'ants, mado to order, for SO, 10 nnd $18; also Fine Suits in Sacks, Cutaways and l'rlneo Alberts, which wero mado to measure, at $35, S-10 and S45, which you can buy at 10 per cent, of their roal valno. A full lino of Light nnd IToavy 0crcoats, which will be saerlliced. Bear In mind every garment must bo nsicpresented or wo refund your monoy within three days. 'I his Gicat 5800,000 Salo will continue for a short tlmo ouly at 924 Seventh Street, between I and K Streets. Store open tilt 9 p. ni. Gas Stoves for Cooking! Gas Hollers at 11.15 and S1.50 for Instantly making Tea or Ooffe, GAS OOOKEKS For large and small families. Just the stove for summer nse, as you extinguish e the Instant tbe cooking le done. For rale by tba WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Teix-tOn. BWf I1 TFfjfwiyTr- . r .L Tyirti: L rrlWVffx ttkW BUY YOUR TEUIKS AID HARMS IKIIISriEIEJEiSI'S, i'ir, Seventh St. N. W.. noxt to CMil-Fcllows' Hall. NEW YORK OHIO RAILROAD, in America. FOR FAST TIME, ON ALL TRAINS. St. Branches, 1221 41 1 7th St. WORTH Saturdays, 11 p. m. aivH.lw Street :N" "W -AT- n Ut LLUIHINb! AUCIHIN SALES. G EOHOE W. STICKNEY, Auction. IlV Vlrtlloof ndced of trust ImnHn .1 , May 0, 1WK). and recorded Inllbcrlix! 1 t Itfof tlio land records of thb lllstrir t liunbln, nnd byolroctlonof the panv si 1 tlit rcu tiler, default having bcn made ', psyinent of tliu debt thereby neon will sell at public nuctltai In fiouf premises orr MONDAY, MAY ID. l"!9i K.C uuluuh v. N., 1110 ronowing iicsitiiu 'ca' ctatc. In the City of Washington, DMt 1 1 Columbia, ta wit: Part of lot mim rr twenty (J0)ln squaro numborod thirty cv 11 (37), commcnelng for the part of ald 1 ' at tlo fouthwost cornor ot fiIJ lot being tho rear part of said lot on tlir thirty Itot alloy, and rnnnlnc thence nnr'li with said alley twenty-two fsli foot and flro (5) Inehosi thence east forty (10) feet; t lieu o south twenty two (88) feot nnd llvo Co lurlic, Ibonco west forty (JO) feet to tho pla- v of be ginning. Jloing the samo land convcycJ by William Thomas tt ur. to John finiltfi Dun rauro tt at by deed datod March 17, 1. , ami recorded In liber '.39, folio 4T3 tt if Tonnsof salo: Allthopurchasonioncytobo paid In cash, a deposit of !50 to bo ma ir at tlio tlmo of sale, nnd terms to bo compiled with In five days from dato ot alo or deposit, to bo forfeited. All conveyancing at tin t of tho purchaser. .TAMBS II. N. WATtlNO. Trustee TIIOS. II. WAIlItICK, Trustee m)!3,coilAds, w ELKS A CO., Auctioneers. TIIURTBE'S HALE OF lMI'ItOVEI) I!Eli E8TATK ON MCI10L3 AVENUE, AN COsTIA.D.C. 1 By virtue of a deed of trust, dated Mav II. lew, and recorded In liber 1317, folio .'tO, cr, sen., (if the land rccoids of tho District of Columbia, I will sell ut public auction. In rrontof tho promises, on TIIOIISDAY, THE 15111 D&Y OF MAY, 18'JO, at 0 o'clock p. in., pait of lot twenty-two. In soclloniovcn lir Hutntiol V. l'omeroy ot al subdMslon ot Barry Farm, In Anacostla, D. C. IlcginniiiR for the samo nt the southwest corner of slid, lot on Nichols avenuo aud running north- ioriy icci: iniuco cast one Hundred and eighty-two feet six Inobcs; thence south forty feet; thenco wot ono hundred ami eighty-two feet six Inches, to tho place of br ginning. Improved by a one story rramo i building sultablo for a storo. I Terms of sale: 8350 cash, balance In four, 1 eight and twclvo months, notes to be.ir lntei - fstfroradny ot sale nnd to be soctiutt by uli;u ui irusiou premises som or nu rasu an option or purchaser. S100 down ut time of. sulo. Conveyancing, etc., nt purchaser'-) tost. If terms aro not compllod with In seven (lay tlio property will bo resold nt risk ana cost of tlio defaulting purchaser, ANDHEW U. BROWN, mv5.7.o.ia.ii.ir. 'lYus'pr I'KOl'OSAfcS. IJBOI'OSALS FOB SUI'PLIES.-OOJcc . l'ubllo Buildings and Grounds, War I)c partment, Washington, D. a. May 10, ISUO. -scaled proposals. In duplicate, will bo le-ci-lvcd ut this office until 18 o'clock noon, TUESDAY, JUNK 10, IKK), for furnishing sup Plies lctmircd fiom time to tlmo during tho llscnl year ending June :, laai, as follows: Class 1, florist's Mipplles; Class 8, llower pots; Class il, paints, oils. Ac; Class 1, hardware; Class 5. agricultural Implements. Ac. Cla-s 0, electric light nnd battery supplies; Class 7, drain pipe: Class f, stationery: Class t, m.i nuio; Class 10. sand and gravel; Class 11, -oil; (Jlns 18, Ice; Class l.'l, lime and cement Clas IT, bricks; Class 15, sod: Class 1G, fuel; ulnvc 17, luml.cr, &v ; Class IS, usn of teams C'Ia 19, park setteos; Class 80. bulbs. Vo bldt irllC be (iccivted until Couareis maUt the ut n n uiwi oit tatlona. A soparato profiosal for e iclj class Is dcMred Each unolopo should bu Indorsed so as tolndlcatotho Class forwhleh the Inclosed pioposulwan,ido. 1'rcfeiencu will bo glen to articles of domestk minit lacturc, conditions of quality and price 'In cluding lu tlio price of foreign prodnetlous or manufactures thoduty thereon) being equil. Attention Is Imlted to Acts of Congiossn i pnncd February l. lfcsw, and Fubruarj 8 J. 1C87, Vol. SI.pobo :U8.und Vol. 81, page 411. Stntutes at Largo. Tho right Is reserved ti iclcct any and all pioposals. Forms ami "pccldcatlons can bo obtained at tld offin'. O II. EHNST, Colonol, U. S. Army. inyl0.l.',i:i.ll.lu7,9. UNntECEDENTED ATTTtACTION! OVER A MILLION DI&TIIIDUTED. Lq. o. l. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO. Incorporated by tho Legislature for educa tional and charltablo purposes, and Its fran chise made a part of thopro'cnt State Con stitution, lu 1STD, by au ovebwiielmino roru- LAinOTK. Its GBAND EXTRAOIIDINAHY DRAW INGS tako placo Bond-annually Hnne and December), and Its GRAND SINGLE NOU- ubuuiiAivinuaiaiio piaco in uacn ot tho other ten months In tho year, and ar all drawn In pubUc.at tho Academy of Music, Now Orleans, La. "Wo do hereby cortlfy that wo snpervNo tbo arrangomenis for nit tbo Monthly and Seml-Annual Drawings of thoLoulsIana Statu Lottery Co., nnd In person manage nnd con trol tbo drawings themselves, and that tbo samo aro conducted with honesty, fairness and In good faith toward all parties, and wo authorize the Company to uso this certificate, wlthfuc-slmllesof our signatures attached. In Its advertisements." V CoinmlBBlontrs. Wo the undersigned Banks and Bankers will pay all prizes drawn In; tho Louisiana btate Lotteries which may be prosented at our counters. it. M. tVAl.MSI.EY, I'rcs. La, Nat. Bank. v. 1ASAOX, Free. Btate Nat."Banlt. A. lULDivn, Fres. N. O. Nat, Bank. CAKL KOIIN, I'res. Union Nat. Bank. GRAND MONTntY DRAW1NH will tnko place at tbo Acadomy of Music, Now Or leans, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1630. r,i'iTr pri'r . . VlUli.lU I 1IIUU yjjt) 1CO,COO Tickets at Twenty Dnllarsf Halves, $10; Quarters, $5; Tenths, $8; Twentieths, $1. UsTOFTRIZES. 1 PRIZE OF $300,000 Is $300,000 ll'RIZKOF 100,00013 100,001 1PRI7.EOF 60,0001s 50,000 1 PRIZE OF 25.f00ls 83.00J 21'RIZESOF 10,000aro 80,001 fi FRIZES OF 5,000aro 25,001 851'RIZBSOF l.COOaro 85,001 100 PRIZES OF M0 nro 50,00 SOOI'lUZESOF 300aro C3.00J M0 rillZKS OF 800 aro 100,00 ArrnoxiMATioN I'mzia. lOOPrlrcsot $500aro....i 50,000 100 Frizes of scoare....: Si.ooo 100 Frizes ot 800 aro 80,000 Terminal 1'nizEs. 090 Frizes of 8100 are fll.OOO OOOFrlzosof lOOaro 01,000 3,1.11 Prizes, amounting to $l,051,SOtl AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE. CC Fon CLun Ratts or nny further Infor mation desired WTlto legibly to tho nnder signcd, clearly stating your residence, with State, County, Street and Number. Moro rapid return mall delivery will bo assured by your Inclosing an envelope bearing your full address. IMPORTANT. All ordinary lotters containing Postal Notes, Money Ordors Issued by all Etpres Companies or New York Exchange. Addressed M. A. DAUPHIN, Now Orleans, La. Address Registered Letters containing cur rency to New Oilcans National Bank, NewOrloaus, La. "REMEMBER that the paymont or Prl-M Is Gl ARANTEED BY FOUR NATION h BANKS of New Oilcans, and tho tickets am signed by tho prosldent of au Instituted whoso cbartcied tights are recognized In tho highest courts; therefore, bowaruof ull Imita tions or nuonymous schemes " ONE DOLLAR Is tho price of tho smallest part or fraction of a ticket ISSUED BY 1'S in any drawing, Anything In our name offered. for less than a Dollar Is a swindle. Iilijl &mg Grand, Upright tod Square PIANOFORTES Social attentlou of pnrohasors Is Invited to our "NEW ARTISTIC STYLUS," Finished lu duslgiiSOf "UltlUEsT DECORATIVE ART." PIANOS FOR RENT. Second-hand Pianos at All Trices. Wm. Knabe & Co., 817 Market Space.