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THE NATIONAL .REPUBLICAN : TUESDAY MOENING. APJRIL 6, 1886.
the orFicKiutnAnnoxjsiiLow,
,Arnl It Coat Illm (3 Kneh for tlio Other
Fifteen.
Officer John McLucns, of Iho second precinct.
Mill probably remember tho morning of March
21. Il cost lilra Just NO to do so. Sorgt. Du
Toll toM tho tclnl.bourd thntboblcirhUwhlitlo
sixteen tlmci, find walked fur an hour And a
halfovcr tho officer's boat trylnj to find him.
Thlnga looked bud for the ofllcor, but ho facoil
tho music, and told llio board that ho had
loll his nhlsilo In tho pocket of lanotherpalr
of pants. Ho ftliousht that bo beard ono
wl.lillo blow whllo ho was statidlng In a shot
wlthnprlrato watchman. Ho was engaged
In watching it suspected gambling homo, llo
did bis best to rind tho sergeant when bo heard,
as ho supposed, tho wh silo, llo, was find 30.
Tho Treasury Library,
Tho report of tbo commlleeo, consisting of
T, J, llrcnnan, E. J, Orabam, and J, A. Tott
ncr, lo oxamlno tho treasury library, has boon
presented to Assistant Secretary Smith. Tho
report recommends that tho library bo kept
n en from Ktlll V In tho morning, and from I to
ftlnthoaltcrnoon, ncccsstbla to omplovos ex
clusively. Tho members of tholr families can
. draw Looks during tho regular hours. Tho
report also recommends n changoln tho sys
tem of making purchases. Instead of pur
rhsstiig; a quantity of books atonco In Now
York, it Is suggested that negotiations bo en
tered into Willi local booksellers to sond
copies of books whenever publlshod to tho li
brarian on probation, to bo revlcwod. Ills
nlso recommended that tho library of refer
encobo kept scpnratonnd distinct from tho
circulating library, and that a completo cata
logue bo mado at onco.
"I ran around tho corner, wishing to catch
that car, and I sprained my anklo for my
pains. Could you toll mo what to dor "What
todot Don't joti know 7 Oct a bottlo of Sal
vation Oil. It will cost you only 25 cents and
Is bound to euro you."
.
.To Tenr Up tho Htreot.
Tho Washington Gaslight Company has boon
prnntcd a permit to lay gas mains on tho fol
lowing streets : Third stroet, botweon D and 11
northeasts T. street, bctweon Third and Fourth
northeast: North Capitol sttect, between O
street and Massachusetts avenue; I) street, bo
tween Second and Tblrd sontboast: II street,
between Tenth and Eleventh southwest: N
street, between Four-and a half and Sixth
southwest: Drown street, Laurel and Meridian
avenues. Mount Pleasant, and alloy betwoon
TwcmlclhandiTnenty.nrstandKnndLstrccu.
Important Notice,
A new sebedulo of extra faro rates on tho
'New York and Chicago Limited -Kinross,"
via tho l'ennsylvnnla railroad, went Into cflcct
Monday, March 15, tho extra fair being reduced
12 from Kow York and Philadelphia and 81..V1
from Washington and Ilaltlmoro to Chicago,
and a corresponding reduction mado to other
joints. This reduction will cnablo passongcrs
traveling via tbo Pennsylvania railroad to tako
passagoontho popular "Limited Express" at
a slight chargo In excess of tho usual rato on
other regular trains. This train is ono oftbo
most completely appointed passongor trains In
tbo world, embracing, as It does, nil tho com
forts and conveniences of a flrst-class hotel. It
Is composed exclusively or dining, sleeping,
po'lor, and smoking cars. Meals are served on
routo at tho uniform rato of CI,
The Emancipation Colohrntlon.
Tho commllteo of arrangements for tho eman
cipation celebration met at tho Vee offlco last
evening, with W. II, Jackson In tho chair and
ItTF.WIlllorassocrctary. Thochlormarshal, It.
1!. Marshall, reported that tho Israel Hethol
Church choir had accepted tho Invitation lo
render muslo on tho evening of tho IClh.nn
which occasion Hon. Fred. Douglass will bo
tho orator. Ila also said that thcro would bo
About 1,000 soldiers In tho first division of tbo
parade. Tho commlttco also appropriated
money to purchase fans for tho "Mikado" en
tettalnmcntto take plnco Thursday cvonlnz at
Crand Army Hall. Invitations wcro soul to
Col. Lamont to speak, and (Jen. JI. II. Ding,
ham, Scnntor Blair, Senator Mabono, and
fccnulor. Allison to ho present.
i
They 1V1U He Mado Ono.
Tho following marrlago Uocnscs bavo been
Issued : James Cracrln, of Now York, and Clla
Cavanaugh, of Memphis, Tonn.j Jamos Ilarrl
ron, of Augusta. Ga, nndFmraaStolman, of
Ilaltlmoro, fid.: J. A. Frank and Almcrla II.
Ic, both of King Gcorgo county, Va., Julius
II. Weber and Isabella C. Howard, President
V. Galtber.of Chicago, III., and Annto Roberts,
or this city; ltobcrt J. lloyd and Hattlo L.
' Daniels, Albert Lano and Clementina Jcllrlcs,
Loth of Georgetown, D, C.
Flvn Hundred Dollars
Is tho sum Dr. I'lerco offers for tho detection of
tiny calomel, or other mineral poison or inju
rious drug. In his Justly celebrated "Pleasant
llirgatlvo Pellets." They aro about tho size of
a mustard seed, thcroforo easily taken, whllo
their operation Is unattended by any griping
pain, lllllousness, sick hcadacho, badtastolu
tho month, and Jaundice, yield at onco beforo
these "llltlo giants." Of ) our druggist,
To Spur n Jndotl Appotttn
Is ono thing, to lnvlgorato and regulsto tho
ellgcstho organs Is another. And ycl mcro
t appetizers aro constantly mistaken for and nra
oven termed tonics. Hnstettcr's Stomach Hit
ten Is on a far higher piano hi tho catczory of
medical preparations than tho so-called tonics
which impart a relish for tho food. Thcso
hao Ibelr uso, and aro estimable provided
they bo pure. Hut thoscopoof tho remedial
opcratlous of tbo Hitters Is far wider. It ro
forms entirely an enfeebled condition of tho
Momach, and purifies Its Juices, If vitiated, as
well as promotes their secretion In healthful
abundance. Tho stomach having, In conjunc
tion with tho liver and bowels, been regulated,
nnd tbelr natural tnno restored through Us
ngcnc) , appcllto returns as a matter of course
Fever and aguo, poverty of tho blood, and con
sequent debility, rhcumatlo ailments, and a
tendency to kidney and bladdor troubles aro
nlso rcincdlcdb y It.
l'repnrlnc for an Outlirenlc.
It Is said that tbo War Department has boon
making secret preparations for over a week la
anticipation ot any trouble In tho west. Should
thcro bo a call for troops tho stato governments
would render any osslstanco thoy cau, and In
caso of an emergency tho Unltod States troops
v ould bo called out. Tho action of Gen. Sheri
dan In ordering scattered troops to ossombls at
plcn points has attained a significance, which
was not understood at tho time. In tho ovent
of a serious conflict bctweon tbo strikers and
the railway companies, a largo body of troops,
could bo rushed to tho soeno In very quick
time.
EXECUTIVE INFORMATIOIT.
Secretary Lamar braved tho wet weather
yesterday and caino down to tho department.
Tho commissions of thlrty-tlvo postmasters
will expire during May, Including that of tbo
postmaster at (Hen Allen, Va.
Barton F. Dickinson and Mta Mildred T.
roimbe havo been appointed fl,000 clerks In
tbo Fostofllto Department under civil eervlco
rules.
G. II. Davis, collector of Internal revenuo for
tho sixth Kontuoky district, has resigned bo
cause be couldn't satisfy all tho Democratic
Applicants for office.
The following Maryland postmasters havo
been appointed: Jeromo Nolle, at Darius',
Ilaltlmoro county, Md., and John McUlnlcy,
at Laurel Grovo, St. Mary's county, Md.
Tho Acting Secretary of tho Treasury has ac
cepted tho resignation of Mr. Alexander U.
Holt, of Illinois chief of a division or tho In
ternal revenuo bureau, to take cllect May 6.
Tbo following Interior Department appoint
ments havo been mado: D. It, btltb, or Indi
ana, special timber doprcdatlon agent at tl.SOOi
Albert Aktri, of Tennessee, special agout for
swamp Hands, at 11,100. and Mrs. Carrie li.
Todd, copyist, atSOOO in tho general land offlco.
Citizens bus. o petitioned tho Postmaster Gen
eral for tbo establishment of a postolllco at St.
George's Island, bt. Mary's county. Mil., and
tho appointment of 8. I Mattlngly: also, for
tho establishment of an offlco atcrandcll, Anno
Arundcleounty, Md,,wllhY. T. Crandoll as
postmottcr.
Secretary Lnmar yesterday lcasod to Charles
Gibson, orSt. Louis, Mo, altos for hotels at
Mammoth Jllot Springs, Norrls Geyser llaslu,
Grand Caniou, and Ycllowstono'Lako, seven
ncres in nil, In tho Ycllowatoiu National Park,
Tho lease was mado for ten J cars and tho con
sideration wus llxed at two per annum.
I'rof, Ralrd, president of tho flsh commission,
has acknowledged tho receipt from mombors
of tho lllo saving eervlco of several valuablo
specimens of natural history, luclndtuga raro
specimen or shark about ten feet In length,
known as hexanchus grlscus, and a fish of
treat rarity nnd sclentlllo interest, which Is
known as tho argentine.
Second I.leut, II. M. I'urs'oll, signal corps, hat
tccn ordered from Washington tu Tniston
l'oi.t, It. L.NnrrsganiClt 1'Iir, Newport, nnd
Mock Island under spoclal Instructions of thu
thief signal otllcer. Copt. Frank Heath, or.
tlnonco department, has been ordored troni
rprlnuneld to Hartlord to Inspect machine
puns. Tho leave of abscuce of liol. Aloxaudor
I humbcr. 17th Infantry, has been extended
three mouths for disability,
Messrs. A It. Quallfe, James A. Sample nnd
Henry Crnpgon, and Jllsi Hitmm Duirgor, of
tho United Slates treasurer's ndico, will Isura
on Friday for Now Or.eans toappoarni wit.
ucucslutho Aufdcmorto ond.Bheppardcon
piracy trial, which takes place April 12 Auf
dcmorto was tried and convlctod of tho defal
cation of N.W00 In the Now Orleans subtruai.
nry several months ago. This trial is brought
to convict Shcppurd, bis confederate
I.leut. Commander A. J, Iver&oa has been
detached from thu mil 1 asylum. Philadel
phia, nnd placed on waiting orders; Lieut,
i'ominaudcr J. M. Forsyth has boon dotachcil
from tho navy yard, League Island, nnd or
dered to tho naval asylum, Philadelphia, 30th
Instant; Lieut, Coinmuuikr O. II. llookwo)!
has been ordered to tho receiving ship Mlnuo
tola; Cadet Engineers Dewltt C. ltcdgravo, I..
II. 1'crklut, and II. G, Leopold buyo bsenor
doted to tho AUIunco, 1MU IrWttmtV
TOE COURT nKCOItD.
Supremo Court of tho United Staloi-Fcr-guron
v, Arthur. Opinion by Justlco Illatoh
ford nfllrmlng Judgment below.
In Ibo Illinois Midland railroad cases. In
terlocutory and final decrco rovcrsed us to tho
allowance to Waring Ilros. of tho benefit of
certain mortgage bonds.
Mutual I.I fa Insurnnco Company vs. Arm
strong. Opinion by Justlco Mold rcvorslng
Judgment below nud remanding caso for new
trial.
Incxparto Charles W. Fonda. Motion to
flla petition for writ or habeas corpus denied.
No. 101. Tho Ynlo lock Manufacturing Com
pany vs. James Sargent. Decrco reversed In
ran and alhrmed In part. Opinion by Mr. Jus
IcoBlattbfotd. No, 107. Abby Ball Knapp vs. tho Homeo
path lo Mutual Life Insurnnco Company. Judg
ment afltrmcd with costs. Opinion by Mr, Jus
tlco Gray,
No. 1 IV. Dlngley mothers vs.W, M.Oler it Co. :
No. 160. W. M. Olcr it Co. vs. Dlngley mo
thers. Judgment reversed upon tbo writ of
error sued out by Oler it Co., ami causo ro
manded for further proceedings. Wrltof error
nud, out by Dlngley Brothers dismissed.
Opinion by Mr. Justlco Malthows
No. 167, James N. Iiurncs vs. W. I Scott et
,. executors. Ac. Judgmont afllrmcd with
costs, and Interest. Opinion by .Mr, Justlco
V nod.
No. 1M Anlhony W. Dlmook vs. tho Uovoro
Copper Company, of Boston, Mass. Judgment
anlrmcd with costs. Opinion by Mr. Justlco
Miller.
No. 1H. William Stono vs. tho stato of South
Carolina. Judgment affirmed with costs.
Opinion by Mr. Chicr Justlco Walto.
No. 145. Tho town of Mahomet vs. John M.
Quackcnbush. Judgment nlllrmed with costs
nnd Interest. Opinion by Mr. Chief Justlco
Wnllo.
No. 769. Alexander riruco and William Shop
nrd vs. tho Manchester and Keene railroad.
Dltmlwcd for tho want ot Jurisdiction. Opin
ion by Mr. Chief Justlco Waltc.
87. Original ex parte. In tbo matter of tho
rhttnix Insuranco Company ctnl.. petitioners.
Lcavo to fllo petition for writ of prohibition
granted nnd rulo grantod returnablo on tho
second Mondaof next term.
No. linn, Tho United States, appellant, vs.
Wm. J. laudram, Bubmlilod.
No. 1S3.I. Gcorgo Cushman, appellant, vs,
Tbo Amsdor and bacramento Canal Company
Ct nl. Submitted under trio thirty-second rulo.
No.1112. Wm. Itil'otersvs. Wm. II. Robert
ton, collector, Ac. Dismissed with costs.
no. i.-.'o. 'ino uamDria iron company vs.
Thomas Q. Ashburtt, trustee, Ac. Advanced
pursuant to tho thirty-second rulo and. sub
mitted. No. 6. Original ex parte. In tho matter of
llollon Parker, petitioner. Extension of tlmo
fronted to next term In which to mako return
o rulo.
No till, OcorgoW, Corson vs. tho Stato or
Maryland. Argued nnd submitted.
No. 212. Sprague, Soulce A Co. vs. Joseph J,
Thompson. Argued.
No. 213. Gcorgo D. Hill . tho Territory of
Washington, ex rel. Elwood Evans, district at
torney. Dismissed.
No. 211. G. II. Hunt ct al. vs. David D. Oli
ver. Argument commenced.
. On million, Abram llurhor. of Charleston, W.
Vn.i Henry li.Harrls, of Defiance, Ohio; Thos.
Mitchell, of Tombslono, Arls,: Henry F. King,
ol Houston, Tex., nnd ltobcrt II. Oliycr, of
Jackson, Mo., wcro admitted to practice
Adourncd until to day at 12 o'clock.
Court In General Term Chler Justice Can
ter and Justices James and Merrick. Mark
vs. Main ct nl.; argument concluded and caso
submitted. In ro II. L. Strell; application for
a mandamus; argued and submitted. Assign
ment unchanged.
Circuit Court-Jiistlco Harrner. Assignment
for to day Nos. 107, 213, 219, 250, 201, JM, 233,
251, 255, 26(1, 257, 258, 259. 2W).
Crlmlnsl Court Justlco MocArthur. John
II. Adrlaansnud LuducllGunncll, conspiracy;
on trial. Assignment for to-day Gcorgo W.
Lcaman, alias Simmons, manslaughter.
Another Foeblo Chirp
A well-known morabcrof IhoCohirablaDem
ocratlo Club said cstcrday that that organiza
tion would probably tako somo notico ol tbo
alleged Interference of a Dcmocratlo senator
In tho matter of tho minor District olllcc".
Ho would not say authoritatively what
tho action would bo, but thought that ho
could say with confldcnco that somo action
would bo taken, probably in tho shape of a pro
test to tho 1 resident, but ho could not tell. 11.
L. Cropley, nominated for collector ol cnsloms
at Georgetown, has sent to tho Secretary of tho
Treasury ihonamo of a man named Parker,
who Is understood to bo a resident of Mont
gomery county, Md. This makes tho second
appointment mnde In tho custom house which
has gono to Maryland.
Flo Crust. .
Oliver Wendell Holmes, In "Tbo Autocrat of
tho Breakfast Table," so) s that onco ho par
took at night of about n quarter section of
mlncople Hogbttho dyspepsia, got out or
sorts generally, and preached ascrlos of most
gloomy sermons. When his system had ro
covered Its tono ho took all thoso sermons, tied
tbcm In a bundle, labeled them I'lo Crust, and
put them away In a pigeon hole Tho moral
or this Is obvious; that iljspcpsla, Indigestion,
nnd lack of tono in tho system affect not only
bodily, but mental health. Wbou tho nerves
ore out or gear thry must ha braced up for fu
ture work, if a man would havo tho "amis
sann'Hcwiiorcsnno," Fortius purposo noth
ing equals Dr. Henley's Celery, llccf, and Iron,
A man who uses this will always havo his
mental machinery In running order, becnusa
his bodily machinery Is also In good condition.
Thcro Is nono of tho plo crust throlngy about
cither Ingredient; nor Is there auy secret about
It. Dr. Henley's compound Is no nostrum. It
Is simply a concentration of thrco good things
In n compact form, containing tbo essential
Sood qualities of each of these articles. Celery,
ecf, and Iron, thus comblnod, Is tho leading
remedy of tho day In all depressed states of
thosjstctn, and Is a valuablo addition to tho
modern pharmacopeia. As such It finds n
placoontbo shelves of ovcry reputable drug
Kl"' Tho White House Itoor.
Bids wcro opened) cstcrday In thoofllcaof
tbo commissioner of publlo buildings and
grounds for repairing tho roof of thowblto
house Tho only bids received wcro from
Merchant & Co.. of Philadelphia, nnd N, SO.
Taylor Co., of Philadelphia. Tho former of
fered Gllbcrtson's old method Martin-Siemens
extra-coated roofing plates at fA'Operboxof
122 pounds. Tho lauer offered first quality I. (,'.
dipped Martln-blcmens steel rooting piates, old
stylo board, K3 per box; Westminster board,
iS.'i per box,
Tho Exportation Stump I-cgal,
In tho caso of Turpln & Brother against
Bush IlurgCEs, collector of Internal royenuo
for tho third district of Virginia, tho Supremo
Court of tbo United Elates yesterday (Justlco
Bradley delivering Its opinion) doclarcd con
stitutional tho exportation stamp required to
bo affixed toevcrypackago of tobacco intended
for exportation beforo removal irora tho fac
tory. Ho held that an oxclso levied on to
bacco beforo Its removal from the factory is
not a duty on "exports" or "on articles ax
ported," within tho prohibition oftbo constitu
tion, even though tho tobacco bo Intended for
exportation, and thcreforo atllrmlug tho de
cision of tbo circuit court.
Nervous Debilitated Men,
You aro allowed a free trial of thirty days of
tho uso of Dr. D) o's celebrated Voltoto Bolt,
with elcctrlo suspensory appliances for tbo
speedy relief and permanent euro of nervous
debility, loss of vitality and manhood, and all
kindred troubles; also for many other diseases.
Completo restoration to health, vigor, and man
hood guaranteed. No risk is Incurred. Illus
trated pamphlets, with full Information, terms,
Ac, mailed free by addressing Yoltalo Bolt
Company, Marshall, Mich,
Tho Collcco of rimrmticy.
Tho Annual meeting of tho National Collcgo
ofl'baimacy was held yesterday morning at
tho Colon'zatlon Bulldlug, Four-and-a-half
street and Pennsylvania avenuo Tho reports
of tho secretary nnd treasurer wcro read, which
(bowed tho school to bo lu a prosperous con
dition, Tho following olllcers were olectod
for tbo ensuing year: Charles Becker, presi
dent; I'rol. A. K. Kalusowskl, first vice presl
ncnt; LdwardS, Mahan, second vlco president;
It, 1- LI lot, secretary, ami John A, Mllburn,
treasurer. Messrs. V, V. Howling, W. O. Duck
ett, F. McC, Croswcll, C. 0. C. Slmnn, W. S.
Thompson, J. A. Watson, nnd Jos. It. Walton
wcro elected additional trustees.
lly n Strict Forty Voto.
By a strict party voto tho Houso commlttco
on elections yesterday decided in favor of
Weaver, tbo sitting member in tho Campbell
Weaver contested election from tho sixth Iowa
district. Tho commllteo also agreed by a
party voto to recommend to tho Houso that an
oxtcnslon or tlmo bo grantod for taking re
buttal testimony In tho I'ago-l'lrco contest
from Itbode Island.
Not n Fulr Trade,
Mr. F. Byan, In a lutorto tho commissioners,
stales Ibat n man numod Harrington was tent
lo tho workhouso for ninety days, who, on en
tering, was deprived of a good suit or clothes,
nud bKn leaving was given an old worn-out
suit,
CITY ITEMS.
nowUND Dxntal Association, 211 Four-and-a-half
street northwest, thrco doors north of
Pennsylvania avenue. E. 1. Hnwland, M.D., O.
II. Howland, D. D. H., surgical, operative, and
mechanical dentkts. Extractions, under ni
trous oxide, 50 cents each tooth, and only 50
cents extra for gas, whether, ono or a number
or teeth aro extracted at tho samo sitting. Havo
administered nitrous oxldo to ovor 40,000 per
cons. Artificial teeth 87 per set. Gold, amal
gam, and wbito fillings Inserted lu tho boat
manner. All work warranted Urst class,,
"Aldkrhir daikt Waoons." Fresh Alder
hey Butter churned every morning and deliv
ered In K pound "Ward" prints, at 45 conta per
Pound. Also, cottago cheese, 6 cents per ball;
uttermllk.o cents per quart, and sweet milk
at 6 cents per quart,.
-I'y??txX' Pnro rye whisky, thobestontho
ttojkefjorlbo prlcoMpor gallon, 1 a quart,
and 60 cents a pint, 25 cents icjtuapla.hoUls.
Xbarp, U8V street- northwest, " wuu'iM"
THE MAEKET8,
Dull nnd Featureless Condition nnd
Docrensa In Sales,
Nkw York, April 5. Tho -stock market
continues to present Iho dull and featureless
condition which was so conspicuous throughout
tho greater part of tho past week, Tho total
soles to-day wcro only 281,375 shares, ndo
crcaso of over 81,000 shares as comparod with
Saturday, and over CO per cent, ofto-diy's
business was In thrco slocks Lackawanna,
Lako Shore, and racltlo Mall. Thcro Is simply
no disposition to trsdo until a moro settled
condition of Affairs Is brought about. At tbo
snmo tlmo prices rallied readily on small deal
ings, Indicating a ory firm undortono to pres
ent features. The most actlvo slock was
Lackawanna, which opened unchangod at
12 )i, sold;down 1 per cent, quickly, and then
rallied during the forenoon to 12il. After a
break a llttlo later In tho day to 125 It roso to
ISOjj; beforo 1 o'clock on orders bollovod to
emanate from tho room In which tho confer
ence of coal presidents was being held, Thoro
was n break to 125 and In tho last hour tho
stock was very steady between that prlco and
KG closing finally at IX'i, a net gain of 1U
per cent., with sales of 70,775 shares.
Tho other coal stocks wcro very quiet, and
Delawaro and Hudson shows a net gain ot
to loojj, alter selling 1 per cent, higher, whllo
Jersey central Is kjbolow tho hlghost prloa of
tho day, and higher than It closed on Satur
day. Beading la up at 21M. Tbo lluctua
tlons In tho remainder of tho list wore within
n comparatively narrow range, and tho Van
derbllts woro somewhat heavy, Now York Cen
tral closing with a loss or K, and Lnko Shoro
Jf, but Michigan Central on sales or only 600
shares Is up 1 At 07. Tho grangers wero un
usually quiet nnd steady, closing either un
changed or at small advanco as compared with
Saturday evening. Southern I'aclflo lsiiplii,
at tho highest prlco it has yet touched, VnL
Evsnsvlllo and Tcrro Haute advanced to !,
nnd closed at 85, n gain or 2 per cent, Man
hattan consolidated Is up ijfc Other chances
aro for small fractions, and In almost ovcry
lnttanco show advances. Tho market wis ex
tremely dull Into In tho day, and closed about
steady.
Treasury balancoj Coin, J120.071.377; cur
rency, J10,931,C8l.
Quotations of Monday's Stock Sales.
TI10 following dnlly rrmrktt reports have bttn
furnished by J. Vance Lewis, broker, L Droll
Lulldlnff.Clglilh anilF streets, belugths most ac
tive stocks lu the Nw York exchange!
Op'g. JIljh.Low. Cl'g
Csnsda PaclOe ts ei'- MVi es'h
Central 1'aclnc SJH, tl tit, U
Delaware A Hudson 10014 10i toon, loo A,
!., L.ond W 1214 I2I1A, uivt 120U,
Kris 1 it, a is US
Kansas sud Texas SJs, n 'ITu n
Jersey Central IS SJ", 4S 49
UkeBhore 80S, so't, 7HVi 80V,
L and N , ssvt ss, asu, to
Manhattan consot 12m liSVk 12:14 IM14
Mlchlgau Central tOVi S7 cu 67
Missouri Pacific lots, 10 1, 101 101
Northwestern. w 100 100S, 100 loosj,
N.r.prer mh, tin SS14 so
New York Central 1011, 10iv, 10114 101N,
Omaha 3V asvi 3i iih,
Ornalia tircf IOOV1 10014 1001, 100
OregonTrsns I'Oj !S 37 14 21
Oregon railway uu 9(1 da tti
Pacific Mall ssu urt, 53 5I'
Itcatllng 21 Hid tl Slki
Bt. Paul sold 87M, M s;
Texas Pacific Us lli 11W HVi
Union I'sclrlc 4SVi 49 4SM, 4),
West Shore 1st 102N, 102, 102 102N,
Western Union m'h a m mm,
Oil 721(1 73 711 73
Ornln and 1'rovlslons
Following Is the range of prices In tha Chicago
market, furnlslieilby J. Vance Lewis, broker, Lo
Droit building, Klghlh and V streets 1
Wheat Op'g. High. Low. Clo'g.
Mar. 80K. 80". 70V 711b
June 81V, si lilt Sl,
Aug 83, 83j ti 83SH
Corn
May 331fc 33Hi 1 31
Jun MVi Sisit 37'a 33
Oats
May 30V SHI, tWt 29
Tork
May 9 d 1H 0 3Hi 0 62V,
June 0 5Vj 0 03 1143 D CO
Lnnl
May SS'ti 0 87H, B07IJ, 6 07M,
June 0 02V) 0 03 8 00, 0 2Vj
The Washington Stock Kxohange,
The following list or the most active stocks dealt
In on the Washington Stock ttxenanga Is furnished
by Messrs. Bell A Co., bankers, No. 1437 Pennsyl
vania avenue!
April 8. lltO. Bid. Asked
rermanent Imp. 6a, MM, coin 1H' 113V,
Permanent Imp. 7s, 1891, cur llSVj 1'JOVj
Market stocks 7s, 1802, cur llov, ....
Water stocks "s, 1901, cur 132V ,,,,
Water stocks 7s. 1903. cur 133 ....
Fifty-year funded 8 0.5s, 1924, enr'cy. 119 120
Twenty-year funded 5 p. c. lS99.cur. US ...
Twenty-year fund Cs. 1892, coin.... U3V. ....
Thirty-year fund Cs, 1002 coin 129 ....
Wash, and Georg'n bonds 119 ....
Metropolitan Ilallroad stock. ...80,. 103 110
Columbia llatlroad stock ...30.. 33 ....
North Capitol and O street HO.. 43"
Washington Gas Llshl Co 20.. 33V sa
Georgetown Oaa Light Co 23., 49 ....
Klremen's Insurance Company. 20 42Vi
Franklin Insurance Company. .23.. 42 ...
National Metropolitan Ins. Co.,30.. 69 ....
National Union Insurance Co. .so.. lSVj 20Vj
Arlington IiuuranceOorniiany.100.. 163 ....
Corcoran Insuranco Co 60; SSVj ....
Columbia Insurance Oompauy.. 8.. IJV4 13
German-American Ins. Co 100.. 141 ....
Potomao Insurance Co. 23.. 80 ....
Biggs Insurance Co 6. et 7
Hoard Pub. Works Green 8s 08 87
Masonic Hall bonds IOIVi ....
s ashlugton Market Co. stock. ..SO.. 20?g SIVi
Waslilngton Market Co. bonds 103 ...
Inland and Ben Coast Co. bonds 10 ....
Vtash'nlMck Machine-stock.. .190.. 103 ....
Bank of w ashlngton 100,, ISO ....
National Metropolitan Bank.. .100.. lu
National Bank oMtcrroblle... 100.. loo 180
Farmers & Mechanics' National
Bank, Georgetown 100,. 135 ...
ntlzens' National nank 100.. 109 ....
Second Notional Bank 100.. 113 ....
Central National llauk 100.. 170 173
Great Falls Ice Company 100,. lt'JU. 130
Heal Estate Title Ins. Co. ...... 100., 102 103
Pennsylvania Telephone Co so.. 41V 43Vi
Chesapeake&PoiomacTtl.Co.lOO.. 09 63 Vj
U. 8. Eleclrlo Light Co 100.. 62V, 09
National Safe Deposit CO 100.. 105 ....
Waah.LlghtInf.lsimortgage..lOO.. 83 83
Ilaltlmoro Froduco Market, April 8,
COTTON, steady and fairly actlvo; middling,
Do.
FLOUR easy and quiet; Howard street
nnd western super, S2.7.JXii: do. extra, S3 50j
4.10; do. lamlly, gl355 00; city mills super
fine, ti.lb&i.'h; do. extra, 3.60t.l5: do.
ltlo brands, fl.Ci 1 17: l'atapsco family, 85.10;
sucerlatlvo patent. 85.75.
WHEAT Southern stoady and quiet; wost
cm steady and dull; southern red, 91Wc: do.
amber, Si99c; No. 1 Maryland, S0o asked;
No. 2 western winter rod, spot. S0SlO!c;
May,02k929c: August, rJlJfliS'JlKe
CORN Southern steady; western easy and
dull; southern white, 44lGc: do. yellow, 41
ICc; western mixed, spot, 45iOI5Ko; April,
431455ic; May, Vfi, ICo; stcamcr,42 I Jjfic.
OATS firm nnd quiet: southern. 4Uft4lo;
wcstornwhlto, Ziy&hc; do. mlxod, 3738io;
Pennsylvania, 8:WI3e.
RYK quiet at 700372a
HAY qulcl; prlmo to choice western, S13.50
015 60.
PROVISIONS nominally steady and dull
Mess pork, (10.25o3U.75. Bulk meats, should
ers, and clear rib sides, packed, 4a30!c;
bacon shoulders, 5c; clear rlh sides, 11)10; hams,
lOXQUKe Lard. rcllnod.7!i07Ko. Butter
firm; western packed, 14S820c: crtarn'ry, 25
8.'C. Kggs quiet at HMllJii, l'ctrolium O s'.or
and dull: refined, 7), c.
COFFEK steady and quiet: Rio cargoes, ordl
narytoralr,8e. SUGAR steady and quiet; A soft, OJfc; copper
roilncd dull at 10Ulcc.
WHISKY steady at 91.101.20.
BALTIUORE PIOCK M1KKIT.
Baitimobe, April 5. Virginia Cs, consoli
dated, 65; past-duo coupons, lil'i; now Si, UiK;
now 10.10s, L! bid to-day.
e
3 per gallon, 75 cents a quart bottle. No. 1
Ryo Whisky, best In tbo world for tbo money,
at McOco's. Ninth street, near P.
VllW,
ERDMAN. At the rcsldcnco of Copt. J. 0.
Mcrritt, IM Massachusetts avenuo northeast,
Monday, Aprils, CiiAmoTTE A., wife or II. L.
Lnlmnn, of Canton, Ohio,
l'tincral sen Ices at Ilaltlmoro Wednesday
afternoon.
(Jollcrson County (W. Va.) papers ploaso copy,
JONES. April 3, 188U TiMomy Josra, ngod
03 years 11 months and 21 days.
luncral Wednesday, April 7, at 2 o'clock p.
m., from bis late rcsldcnco, 21 1 Second street
northeast. Relatives and friends respectfully
invited to attend.
VNliKHTAKlSllS.
"Vy It. HI'EARi:,
UNDERTAKER,
010 F STREET NORTHWEST.
rEvcrythlg strictly first-class and on the
most reasonable terms.
(Jump Chairs to hlro for all occasions.
TETUNIONl! OALISIO.
osiirii c. lei:,
Formerly of Henry Loo's Sons, Undertakers,
NI.W AND COMMODIOUS WARL'ltOOMH,
No. 3i5 l'cniis) hiinia avenuo N, W.
A3'-Itcsldcntu on tho premises.
"R
STABI.1P1IKD 1701
Willi 1C, 1I1SNT2 . CO,
!i22 ond 221 North Second St., I'hlladclphla, I'a.,
Aro bole. Proprietors of iho Celebrated
"T1I1M11I.1S WIIISKHSi."
Southern Offlco, liou l'ennsj lvunla Av. N. W
Washlugton II. O.
COU 11. A. SELIUSON, In charge
HLVPiV t f
XTHiNNA OPTICIAN COMPANY.
I0CU rBHHSTLYAHLV AYJWOir. , '
nit remedy it not a liquid, tnutf or poudcr, Contain) no injurlou) tfrtiji nii'l hni no offmth't odor,
sS.... Catarrh
. WHEN APPLIED
into the nostrils will be absorbed,
effectually cleansing the nasal pas
sages or catarrhal virus, causing
healthy secretions.
It allays inflammation, protects
the mcmbranal linings of the nasal
cavity from fresh colds, completely
heals the sores and restores the senses
of taste, smell, and hearing. Bene
ficial results are realized by a few
applications.
It quickly cures Cold in the Head
and Catarrhal Headache.
A thorough treatment will cure
Catarrh.
A particle of the Balm is applied
into each nostril. It is agreeable to
use convenient and cleanly.
It hntcmcil ttioiMndi 0 aeult and chronic cart uhcrc alt other to-eallrd rcmnVet have falM, I
cauKi no iKifii. Tuomontht treatment in each package. Hold bii aery Dnimltt or tent bti mall oil
mop! njirfcf.
n acNii ron cihctjlaii and
"" ELY BROTHERS, Druggists,
hmr.AWA
WS3m fWXJBm
W'vwjmm
x ctftMW
.Z!.
avoincOjffl'itffiaiJtMVmt lotfificcicccak
4?' sli&.o
AIMS 8T1LL TRIUMFIIANT.
Far fifteen years they hara steadily gained In
favor, and wills sales constantly Increasing have
become the most popular Corset throughout the
United tjlatrs.
The O quality Is warranted to wear twice as Ions
as ordinary Corsets. We have lately Introduced
the O and It U trades, Kith Extra Long Waist, and
we can furnish Ihem when preferred.
Highest awards from all the World's Oreat Fairs.
The Inst medal received Is for First Degree of Merit
from the late Kx position held at New Orleans.
While scores of patents have been mand worth
less, the principles ot the Glove-flUlng have proved
Invaluable.
Retailers are authorised to refund money If, on
examination, these Corsets do not prove as repre
sented. For sale everywhere.
Catalogue free on application.
Thomson, Lancdon B Co., Now Tork.
oc21-tuths0m
Dr. llcwlin'a
Turkish Aphrodisiac
GOLDEN PILLS!
(luu Hccrct of tho
1 Harcm.1
SHffr
Tile only pottllie, per
manent, and lasttna curA
1 for diseases arising from
,vwyn .i.-.-oiffrtK!,, m
ccMtie indulocnce. and
rTiMTrl
1 .premature old age. Losses
J Uat weaken lAesistem ami
mice, wie minti are qaicuy
corrected by (tolden PUls,
They uilt permit old men
liiAn mnmi nnntn tn nrL.
SiSKS
create. ArcnoHnjvrtovttolhe system; m fmme
diattly to the not 0 the dlKatc.and CURE WHEN
Aid. OTHERS FAIU Price, per paokago,
dollvcred tn any address.
Write to Dr. tlewlln, 48n and 488 Main
Bt.. Ilutfnlo, N. Y V, S. A., for Iroo books
and circulars. French, Gormiui, lincjltsh,
nnd Itusslnn spoken. fel8-dJiVly
CONTAGIOUS!
Inran native of England, anil while I was lu thnt
country I contracted a terrible lilootl poison, and for
Uoyenrenvfls, under treatment us an out-door pa
tient at Nottingham Hospital, KiisTlamt, but waa not
cured. I euflered tlie most flgonlzlmt pnlm In my
Imnn, and w an covereil w ith sores all over my body
and limbs. llnnlly I completely lott nil hope hi
that country, and sntled for Ainrrlcn.and was treated
at lEofwevt-li In thUcftT, a well athya prominent
physician lu New York bavins no connection with
the hospitals.
I eaw llie advertisement of 8v.Ift'i Ppcclflc.nndl
deternilaed to give H a trial. 1 took ilx bottle and
I con any with Brent Joy that they June turwl me
entirely, I am e sound ami well as I everwnnln
my life. U KHKD. IXALFOUll.
Ntw VonK City, Juno 1U, 1HH5.
In March of last year (1S84) I contracted Moo
poison, and being In Hnvanuuh, (la , at the time, I
vent Inlo the lioMiltal there for tieatment. I Buf
fs red ery much from rheumathm at the sama time,
IiUdnot frttutll iindtrthe treitment there, nor
wpb 1 cured Vy any oft hpiinutl irteani. I hive now
taLen een Uittles of Swift's hrectflc an 1 nia sound
and v ell, It drove the poleon out thmuali botM on
tbefVln. DAN LUAUY,
Jll.ttYC'jTY.N J., Aug 7.1BS3.
Treatise on Blood and 8k In Diseases mailed, free,
TUB BWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
N. Y 157 Vt 2Ud st, Drawer 3. Atlanta. Qa.
"CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH."
Tlio OrlKlnnI untl Only Ocmilno.
Pf nJ ilwtji IttlUMo. BawiM of wortklrM Imluttoos.
ladlipcnitblg to LADIEB Ali jour lfruirffttt t
t'4.lilchttcr's Fn(llslviiil Uk oottbfr,or tucioMtt.
(iimtn)u us tit imitiou1siri tn ttlttr by nturn mall
NAME PAPER. ChlcliMtrr the.lfl . C,
Bold by ItrtursrtoM cvcrywlivrtN Aik tor "Cblches
Ur KnaU! i'cnmrrojal VHU. Tsvfcs na otbw
Manhood Restored
tt&uilotf rremataro Decoy. Nerroui Dohlilty, Irfit
Manhood, Aa. having tried la rslu every known
reraedy.htmlUooverejmBtiuplosalf-oure. which he
Jill ntl Y KhU, ifi UUfeUow-ettff eretfi-.Add res.
, XL liLVttf, iToUithtua l.,Kw Voik Oit"'
HAY-FEVER
testimonials or cuius. pa
Proprietors, Owego, H. Y. ""C.
Mio Jcjftcctyu6S ca6
ycivt siuctUtetv IC
tyMotifiet cr.ee
yJtc. fact iatMSj
ue AcoSricd2vAanel c xo.tv-
Ilayward Hand Gronado,
Tho best Hand Orcnado Flro Extinguish.
or e cr produced. Reliable, simple, eco
nomical; will not frcczo or burst. Ilx
tlnculshes flro Instantly. Easily
broken, can bo used by any ono. Tho
liquid contained In it is absolutely harm
less to flesh and fabrlo. Ever) thing It
touches becomes fireproof. Wo do not
claim to extinguish conflagrations or to
usurp tho ploco occupied by flro depart
ment", but wo emphatically hold that
no Incipient flro cau possibly llvo wucro
tho
Hayward Hand Grenades,
nrc used as directed, and thus conflagra
tions or disastrous fires aro prevented.
II K CAU1IOU8 AND DON'T PUR
CHASE WORTHLESS IMITATIONS.
Scud to us for full particulars and ono ol
our new pamphlets containing proofs of
tbo wonderful efficiency of our grenades
In extinguishing actual fires. Wo want
lhc.nc'.hc, reliable men for agents In
the United States. Address
HAYWARD HAND GRENADE CO.,
407-400 llroadwny, Now York.
fc25-tu,th,s.7w
TAIZOJIS.
PALL AND WINTER. 1886-'e.
Sailings, Orercoat.Dgs, and Trouserings
OF MY OWN IMPORTATIONS,
OPEN FOB THE INSPECTION OF ALL,
Gentlemen who ore desirous of being well
and artistically1 dressed can be gratified by
leaving their orders at the well known lm
porting and Tailoring Establishment of
H. D. BAItn,
1111 PENNSYLVANIA AVENCB.
w
eSSs. ClT&k&4
Tho abovo out roprosonts a
vory valuablo and lngoulous
Stamping Maolilno which has
heon vory rooontly invontod and
patented. Pnrtioa desiring to
purchaso atato, olty, or county
rights can soouro full Information
at Ropubllcan Offlco. Address
PATENT.
l'llOVOSAZS.
pnorosALs fok ntn'Aim
NAVV DPl'AIlTMrNT,
llunrAU op lln nin.vK AI) Buwiniv,
Wasiiisutov. Mttrcli 10, 1M1.
f-calcd proposals, Indorwd "l'mixisals for Re
pairs nt Km nl Il(pltl, Wiisliliieloii," will lio
icnhid at Iho llnrcimor Mcdliiuu nndKur
Kory. Kay liopnrlmmit, Wellington, until
MONDAY, Al'lllli l'i. lkMl, nt 11 rt. in . when
limy will bo publicly opined, lormiiklnir tv
piilrs nt Ninnl Iloi-pttul, Wiislihistou, I), a.
J.111IIK inrllUIH, Willi F1L1-ULIIIIIJ11E, IlllU llll
iit'iCM-ury Iiiloriiiiilloiunu bo liadimuppllra
tldii to ilia bin i an. 'I liu rlidit Is rcucnnlto
rtjert liny or nil bids. Thouu unl w III bo uuulo
byrbisK'S. 1". SI. (U'.N.NIIU.,
liilil 111 It Chief of llurcnu
pnorosALs rou ritusH mx
Omcr.A. O.8.,
WASIIIXOTON IIAI1II CKZ, I), O.,
MilrcliB, 1KS.1.
Penlcd proposals In ttlpllcnte, subject to tho
utunl roudltlous, with n lopy of this udver
tlsimciit iittiulud, will b rirchod nt tlili
ollli o l'N'1 II, 12 O'CLOCK NOOK, ON TIIUIW.
HAY, AI'ltH, 13, I&mi, nt which tlmo nud plnco
Ihc-j w ill bo opened lu prcsenco of bidder, for
furnishing mid dellrcrliiir tho l'resli llccf ro
nulrcd by thu biiliUlcnc-o Dcptirtnieut, U. S.
Army, at this post, for Pues to lroo tlicrent
ilurliiK Iho llsi nl yinr commcndim July 1, lK-vl.
Thoiontrnct for 1'ru'li llccf shall not bo con
trued loluWo the l'nlteil btates lu nuy ob
ligation for pujmcut lu excess of tlio appro
priation srunlcd by CotiKrei for tho imr-pew-o.
Proposals mut bo inclosed lu scaliiieu
eloiies murked "rrowsiils for Frcili llccf,"
and addressed to tho undersigned, lliodov
erunicut kktvc tlio rlnlit to reject any or all
proposal. Illiiuk proposals kU Iiik Information
us to conditions, cpiallty of beer, payment,
umoiiutof bond, Ac, must bo obtained by im
plication to this ollku.
BEPOWIOK l'HATT,
1st I.t. It. O, Jl,, 3d Art., A. Cfl.
mhl71lS1npo,0,U,15 '
VSHSBfiitS! b'
4jRssvsaii6
msa?i,
fmXgi&lIL 'J K
LS.vWf.SlH!'.crV7W .UTtJ
IssrsTrrwg&T;
Mvsio STonna.
DECKER,
FISCHER, AND ESTEY
PIANOS !
ESTEY ORGANS.
PIANOS AMI OllGANS TU.NKD AND
JtEl'AIIlED ALSO, TAKKN
IN i:.CIIANaii
SANDEHS Sc STAYMAN,
(JAllVIS IlUTLl'.It IN CIIAnOE),
GllNKIlAI. JIANAar.IlS,
031 F Street Northwest, Washington.
1(1 N. Chnrles SIreot, lliilllmorc.
WEBER
PIANOS.
lASOPHIN
JOHN F, ELLIS & CO,,
No, 937 Pa. Ave. N.W.
NJIBIs
PIANO-FORTES,
Uncqualed in Tono,
Touch, Workmanship, and Dura
bility. SecoEil-Hand Pianos at All Prices.
vianos ron ih:nt.
WM. KNABE & CO.,
B17 MAIIK1IT Sl'ACK.
WAitr.nooMst
BALTIMOTlE-2at-200 W. Ilnltlmors St.
NKW VOKK-112 otharr.
WAD1IINUION-U17 Msrket spue,
GBAND BQUARK AND CPIlianT
PIANOS,
HIE DEHI IN IUK WORLD,
Xoth(r with k lsrce assortment of other llssos
cxiastautlr on band At the Waieroonis.
025 Pennsylvania Avonuo.
Edward F. Droop,
Fortner of lbs lst W. O. METZEHOTI & CO,
Telephone Call Mo. 3473.
Tuning- and Dtpslrlnz promptly sttcaded to bj
tllablv workmen.
New I'vitzioATiONa, iBo.
EASTER CARDS and NOVELTIES
Now ready, a very completo and attractlvo
display of Cards ami Novelties for Ulster.
Now Is tho time, while tho stoclc Is fresh, to
make selections.
Cliolco llttlo books in neat styles of bindings.
Prayers and Hymnals lu ovcry variety of
bindings,
Family and Pocket Bibles.
Hooks of l)cotlon.
Books for Sunday School Libraries.
WM. UALIANTYNE & SON,
138 8i:vi:ntii STltlXT.
Easter!
Easter !
I am now prepared to show to my customers
tho largest assortment ol
Easter Goods
I bao ever offered, Including Dislcr Cards,
Books, and Novelties, Lenten Books, Bibles,
l'raj cr Books and Hymnals, and Books of I)o
ollon, WM. H. MORRISON,
47B 1'liNWA. AVllNUi:.
Spring Publications.
I ongfcllow's Life of Longfellow, 2 vols ,. JO Ol
Ccrard's l'caru of Utrecht ft 00
Halrac's Cesar Ilirollicau 1 M
Trlplett's Laws and Mechanics, B 00
fcncud's Figbt lor Misuiurl. 1 M
James's Iho Bostonlans , 2 m
Crawford's Tales or n lonely Parish 1 50
Statesman's Year Hook, 188(1 3 00
1 ranklln Ijquaro and bcasldo l-llinirlcs.
JAMES J. CHAPMAN
AOKNT,
Ql 1'KNNHYI.VAXIA AVKNPi:.
BLANK BOOKS
Tniior nud Envolopos.
lied Carpet Linlnir.
3B- MTorrlsoEL's
l-Ai'int wAiiiaiousi:,
BOB nud 807 Slroet Kurthwcst.
Family SvvptjxiZ
S 'S'V'V-Tiwii-!
USIS Cliltl-S,
sti:iu.ino,
allNM'.OI.A,
au.TKiini:, or
flOI.DllN IIIT.Ti
FLOUR,
And on will ahtajs have Beautiful Bread,
Itolls, and lllsc ults,
WLolualo Depot, corner l'lrtt street and Inill-
una uvcuuo,
WM, M. GALT Si CO.
T-EYJ.B&CO.,
WILLARD'S HOTEL STABLE3,
Comer Fourtecntli and D Streets Northwest.
JKe-Bronch Office nt the Arlington.
iJ Ja JyJL J.1 1 f ii. JL
Financial.
' it, uAuu. tr, u, auArsn.
T. U Cnortir.
WAMII, CllOl'LEY & CO.,
BANKEIIS AND IinOKEUS,
SiOfkH, Grain, Provlsloni, & retrolcnm,
1410 V ST. (Olovcr llulldlnB),
'Washington, 1). O.
J. VANCE LEWIS,
BROKER,
Stocks, Grain, Provi
sions, and Oil.
X.I: DROIT I1UII.DINO,
8th and IT Sts.
rmvATK wmEs to new yokk and cm.
CAGO.
CAMPBELL & CO.,
I Stock, Grain, Provision, and Petro
leum BIOKGIS,
1420 1'ENNA. AVK. (Upstairs.)
Direct Wire to Now York nnd Chlcngo.
JLOTXEttins,
A 3Int(cr of Chnuco.
OltiaiNAL L1TTLI5 HAVANA
(UUI)Lll it i O.'H)
Decided by
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTEUY.
EXlllAOnDINAUY CIUM No. 121i
APIHL 17, ISM.
Number for Number. I'rlzo for 1'rlta.
With 1M Additional Prises.
U,000 11CKKTH AND KJ'J l'UIZES.
SCHEDULE.
1 Capital Trlic 115,000
1 do 3,000
1 do 1,000
1 do m 6(10
3 rrlics of Jl'O each 7o0
O do. KJ .. 000
KX) do. M " B.ooo
670 do. 2i) " 11,40
2 Ap'tlons (loo each to 81".,(X prize... 2)0
2 " ICO " 3,0(10 ... 200
2 " 100 " 1.0U0 " ... 200
CM l"rlrcs. as above, tielng tho full num.
Ir lu tbo Ito)a' Iliirana, and
ISO Additional Prlr.es of JlOcnch to tho
lf-0 tickets lia Iiib as ciullng num
ber tho Mo terminal units of tho
number drau Ing tho Capital I'rlzo
ofJl&.UUO. I,o00
K0 Prizes, amounting In U. R. Oold to... 3V,3W
TICKEIU IN FIFTH!).
Wholes, f3 00. l'rartlons. pro rata.
THE UOYA1. HAVANA OFFICIAL LISP DE
CIDES KVI.Iti PKI.h.
AOENrfl EVr.ItYWHKRE.
AlXntlZW PAID ON PniSh.STATION.
CAU1ION: Sco that tho narno
GOULD it CO.
Is on your ticket. Nono others aro ORIGINAL
Oil RELIABLE.
For tickets. Ac . address or apply to
HllIl-ShYtOMrANY,
1212 Droadtt av. Now York jTIty.
Or AUEN1S IIVEHYWIir.RK.
OAriTAi. i'kizi:, $7B,ooo.
I,
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"Wo do hereby certify that wo snpcrvlo tho
arrangements for all tho Monthly nnd Quarterly
Drawings of tho Louisiana Mato 1ittcry Com
pany, and In icn-oii manago and control tho
Draw lugs Hit msvhcs, aud that tho samo aro
conducted i Ith honesty, fairness, nnd In good
lallh toward all parties, ami wo nuthorlzo tlio
Company to uso thlsccrtllleatc, with facsimiles
of our signatures attached, lu Its achcrtlsc
ments." jf
COMMISSIONERS.
Wo tlio undersigned Hanks nnd Bankers will
pay all prizes drawn lu tho lmlMaim Slate
Uutcrlts blch may bo presented at our count
ers. j. ii. ooi.raiiv,
l'rrs, l.n. Nat. Hunk.
8. II. KH.VNKDY,
I'ros. Ntuto Nnu Hunk.
A. 1IALDWIN,
l'res. N. O. Nut. Hank.
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I
OVER QUARTER MILLION DlsntlBUrED I
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
Incorporated In 1861 for 2,1 years by tho Legis
lature for educational and charitable purcn.s,
wlthacnpllalofSl.uuo.ooo touhlch u rt.crvo
fund of over JiW.lXK) lias tlnco been added.
Bynnovcrahclmlng popular voto Us fran
chise w as mado a part of thu present Stato Con
stitution, adopted December 2, A. D. Is79.
Its Grand Slnglo Number Drawings will tako
place monthly. ltiiccr8calon or PoMponcs.
Look at tho follow lug distribution :
101st (IRANI) MOMHI.Y DRAWINO.
In the Academy of Mmdc, New Orleans, TUES
DAY. APRIL U, Ihtrft, under thu (icnioiial
eupenlslon and management of Ucu. O. T,
Bcaureganl, of Louisiana, and Gcu. Jubal A.
Early, of Virginia.
CAPITAL PRIZE, 175,000.
100,000 Tickets at Ho Dollars Each. Fractions,
In Wilis, lu jiruportlon.
list or rimes.
1 Capital rrlze...
1 do. do. ..,
1 do. do. ,.,
f71,000
2-1,000
10,UiX)
1J.000
10,000
10,000
lo.ax)
20,(X)0
.so.ixk)
2,1,000
25,000
8,710
I, MX)
1!,2M
Prizes of S,00(1,
6
10
20
100
:ta
too
do.
.'.duo
(19.
ilo.
do.
do.
do.
do.
1,000 .,
BOO
2U0...
ino...
W...
ArraoxiUATioN ruizus.
0 Approximation Prizes, $7V)
U do. do. NW ,
1) do. do. 2&0
19C7 Trlres, amounting to S.IVi.MO
Application for rates toclubs should no mado
onl) to thu ollleo of tho compauy lu New Or
leans, For further Information rt rlto clearly, giving
full midrib.
Postal Notes, Fxpress Money Orders, or New
York Exchange lu ordinary letter. Currency
by exprcM(nllsuiusof (0 ami upwards at our
cxpemc), addressed M A.lHui'HIN,
Nuw Orleans, La.
Mako P. O. Money Orders payablo and ad
dress Registered Utters to NEW ORLEANS
NATIONAL BANK, New Orleaus. La.
J'i.'K.so.v.ir, CoxroiiT.
-TAlLY WALKS, ON EASY FEET,
JLluojicii air best preservo beulth and
loin-el lty." notice, the cllto of tlio world visit
DK. WllITE A bON, FOOT 81'ECIA LISTS.
1110 l'euti.shunln awDtio (opixwlto Millard's
Hotel), 11 North Eutaw yt., Ilaltlmoro, for tho
painless treatment of Corns, Buulons, Dlseaied
Nails, and other foot ailments. Dlt, Vt II ITE'S
fortieth ) car of practice: his tn cnty-rlflh lu
Wrthlngton. Fee, CI a bitting.
,tV
TlfANTED-TO ENOW THU UKUr lUItKISIt
vi and KuMlan baths lu Washington, go tu
Shedd's, on E St., nearUlh N. W.i eaiabll.lii-J In
1H71 snamtooer of 14 years' experience, al this
eelalifl.hment. Cloeed nt 1 n'rlra k Hundav
SAM'L SHEDD
GaaFlxturoal Gaa Fixturoa
Bluto Muntols,
Latroboa, Kaufroa, Furnaooa.
Plumbing and Tinning
400 nlnth"stiibbt N. W.
s03
-ttw!c1sfs1UrzK9K5s-g2Zss3
TsATKij'.n'a Puipit.
rr,1J:.5,.l.tKAT I'ENNSYI.VANIA IIOUTB TO
X 1HBNOHTII. WIST, AND H0UTII1VF9T
IKlI'IlLETltACK.SPLENDIDHCPNKIlY
ment: 1UI,J, "AUMncSNTKwSl?:
. . . JN EFFECT JIARCII 23. 1864.
TRAINS LEAVE W ashlngton from station,
corner cth and II streets, as lollows: ,,allon'
rf J?iJ2JiIiS?,,o,i11" Vc". cincsgo Llmltca
IttiriT tfl r!Intitsnnf I nn.l H!.l rt-. . ,,."'!T
u".:?? WulilDjwn to Chicago, connecting at
i JJ'i' r?."i"hi"ic,n E?I"csi, wllhlhrougli
?'fP" for Louisville and ct. Louis. I'aclflo
tKWf m-l!" r PllUburiandtha
foJw?.11?.1"! rT0MAO KAILROAD.
Nlsmiin,iaSanll?1?I lto"'or. Uulfalo,
S ?ffi'fl..Vn.p: im' A1''- CXCJ" Saturday
iv. um . Car N! ft,.1'"ig'on to Ifochcstcr.
at 9.0 a, m. dally, except Sunday """'
..JSrJ,cworlt nnd tlio KjisI. 7.15 0w and
11:00a. m., 2 w, la), low, and llrw p ?n' oS
Hundar. !)X) i i.'ni., ioo. llowfaSl nia ip"
m. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars
0.10 a. m. aud 3-V) p. m. aMrTtacinHanaS'
0 For Boston without change, 2 Sp! m.Srery
?f.,El00kI3?,.N y-,".11 'hrotigh trains con.
ncct atJcrscy City w Ith boats of Hrooklyn An.
?;?i,i?m"?,l,fTi 'I'0.1 'mnfef lo Fulton street,
nT10,r.S.'JoV''.'o.f?rr"1?0 cros Now York city.
W,VWns!? P:J?- 0n Sunday o K. m., 2,
o'5S,8,i?'.,n,.li'!M p- !"-.. "mflctl Express
lor Baltimore 8 S. 7:13, 0,0 10. oA II a. tn i .
12 oj, 2, 3 to, (ai,; .V c 7.10 lVnd IflJ
WoM.as'iV.v " ..
mf.0l..rc0,ceCpr.CsUr!',i,?: 7:1S " m- ai J:' "
lor Annapolis. 7.1 9 o. m 12-0.1 and 1:27 p.
Skip m 3'C!r 8undaJr aundayi. 9 a, a.,
'KW .'0 . FREDERICKSDURa
',8,illTONlAIL(DANmaA AND
o'b.?p ra y "' W' U'-B' U:t" " m" ""
iVlilcnraoncl and IlioSoulli, C-ob, t i-oi a. m ,
and 1 J0 p. in, dully. ' ".
S.,ain,?,1.v?,0 Alexandria for Wahlngtoit.
7 no, and 10 12 p. m , and 12.10 miJulght (oi
',y,?n-lla'' On Sunday at 8)and 10 10 a.
Tickets aud Information at tbo otllco, north
east corner of 13th street and Penusy vanla
avenue, and at tho station, whoro orders cau
H) left lor tho checking of baggago to dcsllni
tlon from hotels and residences. u"n
, J. It. WOOD,
liias. h, PI nil, deneral Manager.
JJALT1MOBE AND OUIO ItAlLROAD.
T.04TCT:Kfaffl-.0V,S&
..""::; .;.."' ?"5 ". ? to i-uu
"y'V'"v" ",.'""!l" ,n "Uimrg at 7 JO
to., L-blcago nrit mornlni st HAS, No itrfri
Urff nnd Llilrairn. arriving In 1,1, .., .. - ".-....
. K.;".s,"K-.v."i,:i" .'S w '" t7Jop.
IS
""'." MIMH lUr IJMUID1I.
irfir I InMtinaii I ni,l..m. .,
P-M- J.'1 ul,'P-"-.'ibTiirougiico7h.s
S?,alc.;'ilf"'l.lf,;fn, '. abors iinu,iii?hSu"
Sf.n!'i o? I-m; ' J " "nlfd Train to CIncM.
ilS'.."- a i" '" ! ,rrt'ln CtuclnnsU nsslnVora.
legal 7.4S,(ll. Iuls o.'iop.in. Mo tr fsriis
cbsrgfil on tlits train for fail time,
lor lltuiurg t 0 4 J a. m., with Parlor Cr.
iJf,SiBJf;.m1:i. ' r "lf. Cleveland, and
".t."'!! T'.lh Weeping Cars to Pittsburg.
B an, and lo oo a. m 12 lo, i'o 3 in uiminJ
d TuA uAj3- iu'd -d . ?. j3.
I-orlJalUniore'on Bandsrs, 0 20. 730.H30 ana
7.nW3.Vrn:'' S&
WasldBston to New Orleans. ws
ot Annapolis, O 40 and H 30 a. m. and 12.10 sad
irnp I Inrtnnaii 1 y..t.iti. ..i . . ..
lor way stations between Haslilngton and Haiti.
aon.fi a 40, b.30 a. ni., 12.10 p. ra" 3 JO. 4 ii)!
7, and 11 p. m. On Huuday, tut) a. m. an. V-ii
Ul Ml, 4 40, 7. ana 11 p. m. T'l'or ,Mln, in Sietw
polilan l)rauczi,7ilU a. in. dally, escepl Hunitar!
and 6 Jl p. m. dallyi 4 40 p. m.'dally, except , Suf !
S",l for rrlncltml stations on .Metropolitan llrancbt
H4()a.rii.Ullyion Hnnday stops ',t all suilon"!
lor Uilngton, btaunton, nud Vnlley nraneh. 8 4(i
a. in. dally ezceplHun.lnr. For Uaflhersburg and
Interumllote ilnts, U50 a. m., 12-10and ll-Sei
p. m. dally except Bunday. For Frederick. 8.40 a.
to. and 4 40 p. in. dally, except Hiinilar.
For IIORerstown and Vt Inchester, H 40 and 0.13
a. m. and o Jl p. tu. dally except Hundar.
. Tralnsnrrlrsrromthawestdally.o 10.7.20a.m..
I :t(i, OJti, and 1 (l-lop. m (Nw Orleans ExpreS'
Fr;m Annapolis, H ilo and 10 M a. m. and 1)0
nd 6 20 1 p ni.i Huudnr 10 J5 a. in., 0 .33 p. in.
From ! nston, O :W p. m. dally except sjnnitay.
From 1-rediilck and lnlcrnie.lia polnu?8 23a.
m. and 8 15 p. m. dally except HUDdV. ' '
n!'.,1o,!'!,',fB.a.1,liaor,.for Washington attJ.lO,
O JO, 7.20, H 45, 0 05, and 10.30 o, m". and 12.15.
?w!!.B'"0,W,i4"5,,: Dn"' OaawSTof'anJ
II OO p. m. on Sundays, OK), 7 20, h 45, and U 00
iYn"m ' ' 00 "3U' B.l', and
All trains from Washington stop ml Belav Station
except 1 .41), a in, and a 40 p. in. ' "uoa
,lw,fVrt.,,'tr'.r,Ini",?.u fV1' ' "' Baltlmorsi
J id Ohio ticket olllce Washington etatlonOlo ana
ljl I'ennsylvanla avenue, corner ofFourteenlh
street, where orders will be taken for bac2.1cato.ba
checked and received at any point In the city.
P. DUNHAM. geralawwlMu'tiori: "
QIIESAPEAEB AMD OUIO RAILWAY,
. V?,TJ.B- ? r1- 8llU " 1 streeu.)
7 A.JI.-lor -all way stations, Lexington. Ky..
Ixm sYllje, Cincinnati, Columtus, aid St!
,, . li. "ally sxcepi Bundar. ' '
11 A. M.-For Newport News, old Point Comfort,
n ,,'1?,No.fol Dally except Sunday.
0.301'.M.-I;orLoulsllle, Cincinnati, Ht. Loutt.
and Chicago, connecting for all points West!
Jorthwest, and BoutEwest. Fast Express
tdh,ft)l.f.0n oot "P '" ,0Ml hoslueei;
Onclnuaii" "" W LnS,iai "d
For tlckeu and Information apply to C. 4 0. rail.
wayonice, 6i:i PennsyiTania atenue, under No.
tlonal Hotel; Virginia lldland railway offlce, 001
1 "ln,,!n' "tnoa, and a & 1 aUUon.
Telephone call, 5083.
H. W. FULLER,
FRANK TBIGO. V" """ A""'
Eaaterrj Psasenger Atent.
yABHlNOTON, OIHO AND WIBSTKUN HA1I.
On and after NovemberlB,188S, trains will leava
from and arrlts at Blxth and 11 streets depot as
follows I
Leave Washington 0 a. m. and 4-48 p. so. dallr.
Arrive at Leeaburg 11 00 a. m. and 0 45 p, m. Ar
rlTeatKouudIltiratll'47a.m.and7jp.m. lie.
turning, leava Hound 111115.51 a, m. and 1.20 v
m. I'aas Ietburg 0.37 a. m. and 2.12 p. m., and
arrive at Washington 8 35 a. m. and 410 p. m.
The train leaving aihlngton at 4 45 p. m. and
the train arriving at 8 35 a. in. art dally. All other
tralna are dally except Sunday.
Monthly and commutation rales to all points,
IL PELL,
Bnperlntendent, Alexandria. Va.
Steamboat Lines,
VN-VVS
TO NORFOLK AND FORTRESS MONROE
AND THE bOUIH.
Chcnp Rales and Siicrlor Accommodations,
baluiind commodious btr. JANE MOSELEY
nt b-JS p. m , from blxth st. Wharf,
TUESDAY. THURSDAY, aud SATURDAY.
Hopidng at Colonial Beach going and return
ing. fcecuro rooms and tickets at Baltimore and
Ohio Olllccs, 1J51 and OPJ l'a. ae., who will
check baggage.
For Information Inquire nt General OlUco. Cth
st. Wharf. Tt lcpbonc call 01.
AI.ntED WOOD, Sec'y'and Troas.
GEO. It, I'lll.Lll'B. biiTlntendent.
CLYDE'S NEW EXPr.ESS BTKAnl PACKET '
LINE FOB
PHILADELPHIA. WAHHINQTON, AND
ALKXANDItlA.
AT APPOINTED SA1L1NO DVY8.
From PIIILADKLP1IIA every Saturday, 13 nti
From WABIHNUTON every Monday, l'i m.
Tbrouah ond iromit connection with Wew York,
Boiton. Fall Itlver, aud alt totnts North. Through
lulls of Lading given. Freight received aud dallv
sred dally nnul 0 p. ra.
W. T. CLYDK A CO ,
General Agents, Philadelphia.
J. B. JOIINSON A CO.. Agents' ,
12th and 13th Bt. Wharves, B. W 1303 V St. A
W Washington, D. U,
ESTABLISHED 1811.
CHOICE OLD
WHISKIES!
MILD, MELLOW AXD DELICIOUS.
The peculiar medicinal qualities of Whiskey dis
tilled from the nceat groalb of Itye lu the renowned
Valley of the Monongahela have attracted the at
tention of the Medical Faculty In the United Slates
lo such a degree us to place It In a very high poal.
tlon among the Materia Medico,
We bfgtoluvtiethe attention of connoisseurs to
our celfbisled Due OLD WHISKIES), which w
olTer nt the folloolng prices, IN CASKS CONTAIN'
INO ONE DOFN Wirri.KS EACH I
Old Iteeervo Whiskey, - t!8 00
tlnrh tiled Upper-Tea Whiskey, 15 00
llrunaudck Club Whiskey 13 00
If you car not ol tain these Whl.klee from your
Urotrl e will, uti receipt of Hank draft, Registered
Leiu r or I'ostoBi e Muury Order (or U. O. D. If pre
ft-md) ddherthem to youraddiesa, by Express,
charge, i repaid, lo all poluta east of Mississippi
drer, or Lr height to any part of U. H. (prepuldl.
For EXCl'IXENCE, PURITY, and EVENNll.39
HP Ql'ALlTY, the above aro Unsurpassed by nor
n iiitklte In the market. Tbey art entirely FItUE
FROM ADULTERATION, and poaseas a natural
Savor sod (Vnetcinlo properties..
Tl r- w hUklM are sold under guarantee to glva
prrfKt tl. factlonj niheralaa to be returned at our
expense, tone.ioudtuce solicited.
H. & H. W. Catherwooa
114 Si.iitli Front St., I'liila.lcliilila.
Nmu York Olllce, 10 Houth William StJ
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