THE NATIONAL llErUBLICAN : "WEDNESDAY MOKNING. AP.RIL 14, 1886.
"Come, gentle tprlngi
Ethereal mlMncji come."
With tho nrrlvn.1 of Spring tlmo
com os tho doolro to Bhod Winter
clothoo and follow tho oxamplo
cot by budding Ncituro and ap
pear In now and eoasonablo garb.
Tho question for you to dotormlno,
thou, la: Whoro can you bo boat
Bultod, not alono in tho material
or Btylo that your fanoy calls for,
but In that Important factor that
ontors solargoly Into ovory man's
nrrangomonts, via : Tm: Vitiuit.
"Wo do not olalm to havo a mo
nopoly of ALL tho good thlngo In
tho Clothing lino. Thoy who do,
znako a faleo olalm. and "Falsvs
IX VXO l'AZAVS JA' OMXI1WH," but
wo havo Bomo of tho noatost and
most doslrablo stylos for mon
and boya wo havo ovor Boon.
Bolng out on propor prlnolplos,
our garmonta invariably conform
to tho Ehapo of tho avorago man,
bo thoro isbutllttlo troublo about
obtaining a pcrfoot At, as, in ad
dition to our "rogular" bIzos, wo
koop in atoolc a largo assortment
of what aro known tis "fat olzos,"
out oxprossly for abort and stout
mon, and "long bIzos," out for tall
and slight mon. Wo can Ot any
sbapod man with oaso.
Our prlcos aro suoh as only a
houeo doing a largo businoss on
a email oxponso account oan on
ablo us to narno. Wo bollovo it
to bo a wnsto of spaco for U3 to
cay "10,000 suits at a oortain
prico" or ' '6,000 spring overcoats
at another." That's all "rot." Wo
lako it that you only want oxi:
at a tlmo, and -wo havo a largo
varloty from whloh that ono oan
bo Bolootcd. Wo koop our sizes
constantly filled up, as, by our
nrrangomonts with manufactur
ers wo aro onablod to dupllcato
our sizes dally, thoroby kooplng
our stock bright and frosh.
For anything worth kooplng in
tho clothing lino for man, boy, or
child, for labor, businoss, sohool,
or drosa, and at tho lowest pos
olblo prices, visit
The Golden Eagle
N. W. Cornor 7th and D Stroota
J. M. GRADY, Manager.
BAKES MORE BREAD,
BAKES WHITER BREAD,
BAKES BETTER BREAD,
Tlinn Any Other Flour Mnuu
fucttircil. If You Aro Not Using
Auk For It. Buy No Other.
BARBOUR & HAMILTON,
OK SKIN OAKCEIC.
Fcretvcn years X lufferM with n cancer on my
face. Ktjtht tuonltit njo a friend recomm ended the
veeof Bwlfi'i Hirclflo mid I iletermlned to niAte
Kit effort t procure it. In this I wni lucceufu), nod
becon Its use. 'ihe lnllutnceof tbe uiediclue at (lrat
waa toioincwhat ngsrutate tbe torei but soon the
inrinmmauon noi aiiayni, nnu i ucgau 10 nui-rai
anerthelsUt few bottlei, Mr Eciiernl heulth In
KrcAtly lmproed I ftiu stronger, and able to do
any Kinu oi woric mui'iuii'vi vu mj iha.o mcu
to durcuet and thoutar to hcAl, uutll thero la not
a mtlge o: It lefl-on.y a little car marks the
I icp, Mits. Joicie A. McDonald,
LATUMTA, 0., Aug. 11,1885,
1 lmvehfld niancer on my face for some yearn,
extending frim one clicelc buno across the nose to
the other. It hiu trUen me n great deal of utln.
at tlmti burning nnd itching to tuich nil extent that
H wits olmo.it unbeiwihle I commenced lulntf
Swift's bieclfio In lav, IBtW.und huve used ehiht
Lotties. It has given the greatest relief by lemovlng
the Intla mutation aud rent or lug my grneral health,
Kkoxvillv, Iowa, Sept. B, 1885,
lYcatlie on Blood nnd Hlilu Diseases mailed free,
TiiKKwuTtji'irmqCo., Uraw U, Atlanta, Ua.
W. Ym 1B7 W. SJd st,
No. G20 P Stroot N. W.
WASniNOTOK, I), O..I
Fire and Marine Polioles
TIIEin PATHS AHK DIFTKHENT.
Two Pntrs ot Ilcnrts Kent Asundor by
Divorce Another Seeklne It.
Justice Cox ye,atereiay granted a divorce
to Mary A, McNalr from Malcolm A. Mc
Nalr. Thoy wcro married at Etifala, Ala.,
In Marcli, 1871, anil camoto this city four
jears later, when howcut Into business.
llu left Ms wlfo In December, 18S3, and alio
did not tea tilm again until twenty daya
after, when ho tent for her; after which ho
went away and remained until March, 1S9I,
when ho wanted her to borrow $500 from
her f athcr for htm. This tho refuted to do,
and Mr. McNalr rcmalnod away until No
vember. They lived together until Decem
ber, when bo left, and ho has not aeon or
heard from him alnco.
Juitlco Cox also granted a dtrorco to
Ktlella Ilurdctto, who wanted her marriage
with John YY. Ilurdctto, which waa solemn
ized at llurllngton, Iowa, Fob. 9, 1881, an
nulled. A month after tho marrlago thoy
enmo to this District and took tin their res
idence In Georgetown. Blio states that
from the commencement of their married
llfo ber husband failed to provide support
for them and alio waa compelled to scol:
cmplovment, which sho found In tho gov
ernment printing ofllco. 8ha further
charges that during all tho tlmo thoy wors
housekeeping In Georgetown her husband
waa under tbo Influcnco of drink and many
times In a stato of beastly drunkenness, ut
tering profano and violent languago, threat
ening to cut ber throat and shoot her. 8ho
endured this llfo until Bcptombor, 1891,
when forbcaranco ceased, and breaking up
housekeeping alio went to boarding, but
thero was llttlo Improvement secured by
tho change Influenced by tho considera
tions given abovo and fearing for her llfo,
In October last sho left bor Iiusliaud, In
forming him that sho would novcr return.
Tho wlfo then cites subsequent acta ot cru
elty, all of which being considered by tho
court aro regarded as auiplo to Justify tho
granting of a decree.
Another discontented pair added, their
contribution of misery to the dlvoroo mill
jcslcrday. Martha E. Cruso Is tho dissat
isfied party In this Instanco and wants to bo
divorced from John Cruso. tier matdeu namo
was Morris, and tho couplo wcro married
May 11, 1S77. Sho says that her health
broko down In lfc-SI, and her child died.
Whllo sho had to pay for tho burl il out of
her earnings, sho complains that her hus
band squandered his money, neglected her
and another child, and Anally deserted both.
I Hail n Dreadful Cough,
and raised a conMdcnblo amount of blood and
matter; betides, I was cry thin, and so weak I
could scarcely no about tho homo. This was
thoeasoof a luau with consumption arising
Horn liver complaint. Ho recovered ills health
completely by tho uio nf Dr. Plcroo's "Golden
M cdlcal Discovery." Thousands or others bear
Great base bull game to day at 4.1ft.
Real i:tnta HnloH.
Fitch, 1'ox & Brown havo recently mado tho
fo lowing sales of real estate: l'or Wm. It.
Trovers, lots. 31, squaro 220, being rcsldcnco
No. 821 Fifteenth street, to Claudius II. Jovvoll
for SJO.COO; for Wm. A. Johnson, lots 21, 25, 28,
and 27, squaro Ml, to Henry Wlso (larnctt for
tO,S82; for Mrs. Elizabeth Lanier Dunn, lots fl,
7. and 8, Ijinlcr Heights, to Mrs. I'unnio C.
Jlorcy fortl.OOO; lots 01, 65, BO, and 07, Lanier
Heights, to Ulclmrd W. Ooodo for SA700, aud
lot i J to John II. Bchmltt for 8073; for Ooorgo
Fcarous, of New York, lots 1, 0, aud 1.', bloelc
21, Meridian lllll, to Chas. II. Pearson for
S.',2'0; for Mrs. Mary K. linker, lots 111 ana 2U
south grounds Columbian College, to Dr. C,
6blrlcy Carter for .1,000; also, In connection
v 1th John F. Wnggaman, for Miss Elizabeth 8.
Smith and others, to Mrs, 1'annlo A. Mooro. lot
31 and part of lot 32, squaro 103, for 911,031.24.
Sirs. Voglor Used Vitriol.
Mrr, Ellen Voslcr, wlfo of Henry Vogler, of
C17 K itrcct, was arrested yesterday for assault
with Intent to kill Mary McCarthy, agod 17
) cars, and Chorlcsllosvvcll. Mary is employed
as a seamstress by Mr, Vogler, and ills wllo Is
alleged to bo Jealous of tho girl. Mary Is trou
bled lib sore cj es, and Mrs. Vogler noticed
tbut tho frequently wiped thom Willi a hand
kcrililef. She questioned tho girl frequently
about dolus It. Yesterday Mrs. Voqlcr ililod
tho bnmlkcrchlcf wltn vitriol. Mr. lloswoll
thought that tho handkorchlcl had been satur
ated with coloima and nicked It un. in
hands were terribly burned. Mr. Vogler In
stantly Informed tho pollco, and In company
with ibn girl snore out warrants for tho arrest
CifMra V.hIa- "
Si'MMrn colds ara tho worsts thoy aro out of
ecascn. Take Ited Etar Cough Cure.
Tho Ilnltimoro nnd Ohio lliillruud
Aro quoting tho followlDR rules: To Chlca-o
S13: to IllTslllo, S14X0: to bt. Louis, 810.50;
to Cluclnnntl, till to Imllanapolls, 312,
nud Detroit, il.', ami corresponding loir
rutcs -to all points In tlio west, northwest,
and southwest. 1'ast limited express trains,
with through rnrlor and slecplnR oars
to destination, llmo to Chicago il hours,
Cincinnati 10 hours, and Bt, Louis 27 hours,
Indianapolis 21 hours, and I'lttsburif 10 hours.
Limited train for Chicago aud PittkliurK
kmes Wnsliliigtnn at U.Un. in. dally, and for
Cincinnati, Et. Louis, and Iudlanoiiollg at 3
p, m. dally. Consult ticket agents D. & O.
It. It. before purchasing. Oulccs, 619 and
1351 rennsj lvanla avenue and station, corner of
Now Jersey avenue and O Btrcot.
A Juror Taken III.
A small colored boy named Henry Walkor,
belter known as "Tony" Walker, was placed
on trial In tho criminal court yesterday charged
u Ith manslaughter In killing James Iirooks In
I'axion a niiey, itcorKeiown, on mu xun hi uvh.
March," by shooting him wltli a pistol. Tho
tata protitesscd up to recess, aud when tho
court reconvened it was found that ono of tho
Jurors, Ilcnl. V, F. Dodd. was absent. 8ubsj.
nucnt Inquiry dovclopcd the fact that tho roi
llcinan had been attacked with a lit, fell, nnd
Inlmcd his head. He was attended by Dr. '..
T. Powers and taken to his bomo. Tho trial ot
Walker, under theso circumstances, ran lit not
firoccod, and was adjourned until this morn
Don't dive Up tho Ship,
Jinny persons who havo lost their health
and sunk Info a depressed stato of mind from
their inability to find anylliine which will
help them, kIvo up their courage, and ioslui
heart, lose their hold on lire. 1 ho fact is, that
this depression of vitality Is a nervous weak.
nets, titrengthen tho nervos nnd tho cntlro
sjR'cmwlll come Into tone, ilocamo other
remedies fall Is no reason why wo slinul I glvo
up ibo ship. Many who have tried other reme
dies Invalu have been restored to life, llbirty,
nnd tho pursuit of happiness by tho uo oflir.
llenle) ' Celery. Heel, anil Iron, tho bo3t nor.
ine. tho belt tonlo, and tha greatest or all
hcalth.gh lug preparations, l'or talo by all
Work nn tho l'ntomno I'luts.
Col, P. C. llalns reports that thero has bcoT
a dianncl dredced In tho I'otomno ovcrSOO feet
wldonnd 20 feet deep fiom CcorgotOHn to
Ulcitoro' point, and It Is being further wldcnoi
nnd deepened. Threo hundred acres of marshes
hno been reclaimed from ovcrllow at hWh
tide. Ot tho 12 000 000 eublo yards of material
required to till tho lints to tho required height,
tlnto has been deposited on them about 3,01 1.
515 cubla yards. During March Wil'i cubic,
fed ol material was deiositcd near tho mouth
of tho sewer canal on tho west sldo of tho Vlr
ginln channel nboia Long bridge Iho work
on this project Is about oue-rourtn flnlihod,
Tut; only nbsoluta spctllla for rhcumatliai Is
Et. Jacob's Oil. l'lfly ctnts.
Ehaw and ailllgan National's battery to day.
Ocorco Ha'I Money nntl n Pistol.
Georgo Warner, colored, paid 10 cents to got
Into tho Dime Museum Monday night. This
seemed too cheap for him, as ho was Unshod
with money, and Ukewlso with whisky, ho
mado himself known to even body by Iwcom.
ing disorderly. Officer Holmes collared him,
Warren thcu got up a llttlo sldo show of his
cvwi by rrtlstlntr tho otllecr, and drawing n
lUlnlonhlm. Jndgo Knoll lied him up, es
lirdayuudflnd hlmS.7)or slxt) dajs ou tho
farm. He concluded to go on tho larm.
Tiif. Hun whlcli hcrttolV.ro has boon nsso
riatcd with Boston Is uow In our midst, Mr.
John Hlllyard, a well-kuown hatter, of this
city, has ojirnid anew place, No. 411 Boyenth
Unit northwest, where ho has a full lino ol
hats, reody-modo clothing, nud ever) tiling in
tho "gents' furnishing" lino. Mr, A, M. Nuwell,
of Virginia, Is with him, which furnMioi an.
other pioof that tho publla will bo well treated
at Tut llun
Johu A. Gorman, nf I'cnnsyhnnlR. has been
nprolutcd chicl of tlio education division lu
ibo otllce of Indian ullalrs, at a salary of 81,8X1
I er annum, vleo Matthew Trlmbio.
Augustus 8. Bryan, ft 81.C0O cletki William
Warren White, P. A. Nulo, and kotM W.
r-hoekcv, 81,100 clerks in tho third auditor's
ollleo, lrcaiury Department, h vo boon dis
missed upon tho recommendation of the, au
ditor. ratcntsto residents of thlsclly werolsiuod
yesterday us follows: O, V. raber.sarctyattach
went lor watches, Ac.: A. It, S. I'oote, combine I
sputala nnd elcctrln mouth Illuminator; J. A,
Moloney, tonvcrtlblo telegraph key: V. 1),
Maltby, assignor to National Typographies Com
pany, of machine for producing stcreotypo
matrices; o. 1'. Marvin, photograplilo shutlor,
(I, It, Wilson, assignor of ono-haif to M. I,
O Connell, leiaonado squcoser: T. D. Worroll,
lipc-wrltltigandmatrlx-maklns macliIuQj 15.
I', Manning, padlock caso,
TIIK COTJItT ItECOUD.
In tho Supremo Court of tho United States
yesterday tho following business was trans
No, 1315. Elizabeth T. Oakley, plaintiff" In
trror, vs. Edward K. (loodnovv. Motion to dls
mln submitted by Mr, Ocorgo Cranolu sup'
port or same, and Mr, C. II. (latch In opposi
tion. No. 223. Catharlno Co nicy etal., appellants,
vs. ltaehcl l). Nnilor etal. Argument con
tinued by Mr. C. . Colo and Mr. William A.
Cook for tho appellees, and concluded by Mr.
Waller D. Dnvldgo lor tho appellant.
No, 22l. Charles c, Cadman, appellant, vs.
MllIam l'ctcr, Argument commenced by Mr.
C. I, Walker for appellant, and continued by
Mr. Harrison Or ecu for appellee
Adjourned until tn-day at 12 o'clock.
Court In General Term Chief Justtco Cart
tcr and Justices James and Merrick. Spring,
man vs. llaltlmoru and Potomac. Ilsllroad
Company: partially heard. Casey vs. White;
on hearing. Assignment unchanged.
Circuit Court Jiutico Hatrncr. Granger It
Co. vs. Bchrens; Judgment by default, ltlggs
A Co. vs. Do Chambrun; on trial. Cartorvs.
Tullman l'alaco Car tympany: judgmont of
condemnation. Assignment unchanged.
Equity uourt--Justico Cox. McNalr vs. Mc
Nalr; divorce granted. Burdclto vs. Ilurdctto;
dliorco granted, cbaio vs. Tlnncy; order
overruling motion without prejudice. Rur
ford s. Walter; salo decreed and J. W. Itat
clhloandA. A. lllrnoy appointed trustees to
sell. Holler vs. Heller; onlorappoIntlngHam
llton (I. Fant guardian ad litem. McDonald
vs. Minefield: salo ratified nisi, Ottcrback ts,
Ottcrback; petition of Kosannn Ottcrback, dls
missed. Myers vs. Oreon; restraining ordor
discharged and Injunction denied. Assign
ment for to-day Nos. 4,6,9, 10, 11,12, U, n,
Proboto Conrt-lteglstcr Ramsdoll, Estato
of Itlcbard Smltk; Robert I.. Chew bonded
and qualified as admlnlitrator. Estato of
Kllen J. King: flinal notlca Issued appointing
May 7 for settlement. Estato or Chas. If. l'oart;
Inventory or personalty relumed by adminis
trator. In ro Mary Tobln, guardian; ruleaso
or Mary K. Sullivan, formerly Tobln, and John
J, Tobln from further accountability,
Criminal Court Juitlco MacArthur. Ed
ward Watron, assault with Intent to kill;
guilty, with a recommendation tomcrev: two
ca In tbo penitentiary. Henry WiiUcr,
rnanslauKhtcr: on trial, Asilgnmonls for to
day Euucuo Morgan, larceny, nud cases loft
Tho Scnato has confirmed tho following
John A. McClcmand, to be n member of tho
board or registration and election lu Utah.
Navj Lieut. H. V. II Dlchl, junior grade, to
bo lieutenant; I.lcut. Comdr. Charles J. Train,
to bo commander; Lieut. F. W. Crocker, to bo
lieutenant commander; Lieut. It, F. Nicholson,
Junior grade, to bo lieutenant; Ensigns L. K.
e noUH J. c. Ollmoro, DcnJ. Ttippcn, Waltor
Mcfnn, and W. J. Chambers, to bo lloutcn
ants, Junior grade; Lieut. It. M. Ilerry, to bo
lieutenant commander; Lieut, l:. II. Under
wood, Junior grade, to bo lieutenant; Ensign L.
W. ricpincjer, to bo lieutenant, Junior Rrade;
I.lcut. a. C. Iximly, Junior srado, to bo lieuten
ant: Llcuts. W. C. Cowlcs, A. M. Knight, C. II.
I.yclh, and ('. J. Badger, junior Krado, to bo
lieutenants; l'ay Inspector lltchard Wahlug
ton, to bo pay director; Paymaster F. II. Swan,
to bo pay Inspector; Past Assistant Paymaster
I.. U. IIokks, to bo paymastor: E. C. Tracy, of
New York, to bo assistant surgeon; I. W. Klto,
or Vlrgluln, to be assistant surgeon; Past Assist
ant Burgeon N, Mel. Fcrcbee, to bo surgeon.
Miscellaneous ltolwrt D, Oncn.of Indian
tcrntorr. to bo aucnt Union nzencr. Ind. tcr.:
A. E. (lordon, or.N'ew Jersey, to bo marshal for
dlstilct of New Jersey: M, L. McCormack, of
Dakota, to 1k secretary of Dakota; J. II
Obcrly, of Illinois, to bo a civil service com
mhslnucr; Charles Lyman, ot Connecticut, to
bo a ch II serlce oommlssloner; N. 0. Harney,
of Washington territory, to bo receiver at Spo
kane Falls. W. T.i W. E. ltuascll, or Louisiana,
to bo register at Natchitoches, La.; F. J. i'arkc,
of West Virginia, to bo principal clorkpublio
lands, general laud ofHco: M. 1). llaldwln, or
Ohio, to bo agent lllacltRet agency, Mont.; S.
M. Stockslagcr, of Indiana, to bo assistant
coinral'Mouer general land oiilco,
Also rorty-clgbt postmasters in eastern, mid
dle, w cstcrn, and southern states, respectively.
Tho Frcsldcnt sent tho following nomina
tions to tho Scnato cstorday:
1'oslmesters Fdward Dolan, at Troy, N. Y'.;
Ocorgo W. Ijingdon. at Saratoga Springs, N. Y.;
l.alhropS. Taj lor, at tilde, N, Y.; C. I'.Colycr,
at East New York, N. .; Samuel II. Wagoner,
nt ban Jose, Cal,; William E. llakcr. at Fair
bury. III.; Charles It. llrown, at Sterling, Kan.;
Marshall lllrdsall, at Emporia, Kan.; 1'. 1).
UaUn, at Corning, Iowa.
NOMINATION W ITIIDB WN.
Tho I'rcsldcnt has w Ithdrawn tho nomina
tion or II. 1'. Albert, to bo postmaster at Stuart,
Uuthrlo county, Iowa.
tho goodliest man of men slnco
born." still roufd not bo called e-cactlv cnvla
Lie, for when ho tilled tho grouud In tho dewy
iwnigm, ami caugni a snarp loucu ox rucuma
tlsm, he had no BaHatlou oil for his euro, and ,
A Dclecntton of Woavers nt tho Troas
A delegation of weavers of worsted goods
from Philadelphia, headed by Mr. 1'. A. Del
wig and accompanied by Itcpiescntitlvo Itn
dall, had n hearing heforo Acting fcccretary
1 alrthlld ) csterday In regard totho nllegod In
equalities of worsted nnd woolen goods under
the prircnl tarltr. They asked tbo lufluenco
of tho Treasury Department In having tho rate
of duty ou wonted goods mado tho imuns
that on woolen goods. Acting Secretary Pair
child fube(uently wroto to Mr. Delwlg In ref
erence totho visitor tho delegation, giving It
as his opinion that thero Is uothlng within tho
E ovver of the Treasury Depattmcnt which can
o dono to euro tho Inequality of tho pro
visions of tho tarltl act of 18.il as regards
wonted and woolen goods. Ho sajs that In
Ms iuilmncnt to attempt to do so would meet
with defeat belora u cou:t and Jury, and
that thereby tho government would ho In
volved In largo expenditures for refunds of
duties, aud In tho end tho condition of thoio
cmplo)cdln manufacturing would bo as bail,
II noi worfu, lUUIl HOW, llu nujat.u lull) luu-
ognlies tho lnjustlco and Inequality of tho
tarllflaw lu this rci-pccta It now stands.lmt
advises Mr. Dclwlg that his only remedy Is In
ntv. John A. LnoAM will nrcsldo at tho
Turchln lecturo to-morrow evening.
right Hours u Hiiy'n Work.
Tho bill reported by Senator Mahono, with
tho fnv ornblo recommendation of tbo commit,
teo on education and lnbor, provides that who
ever as a laborer, workman, or mochaulo has
hem employed by or ou behalf of tho govern
ment since June 23, ISM, tho dato of tlio act
constituting eight hours a day's work, shall bo
paid for each eight hours ho has been cm
I'losedni for n full daj 'a work without any
reduction of pay on account of tho reduction
of tlio hours of labor; that nil claims for labor
BOicrformed In excess of light hours per day
are referred to tbu court of claims to bo udjudl
calcd upon tho cUht-bour basis, and uro to bo
paid for at tho price per day stipulated and
judgment given against the united htatel in
huorof each claimant for tho amount found
duu inbopnldasolherludgincutof tho court:
nndnoi-taluloof limitation or payment made
or rcc ipt gl i u for a less sum per day than tho
lull price nf a day's work m provided In this
net shall bar tho right of recovery. AH suits
nnrlnr thltt nof tnilit ho rotiltiirnCCll VVltUlll tW O
j ears from its passage, and any uumber of
claimants may Join In tho sumo suit.
McKlnley and O'ltourko l'ortland's battery.
Too Mirny Clinrltlcs Already.
Tho teinmltjloncis, In reply to II, R. bill
7063, toincoiporatolho trustees of tho Young
Women's Christian Home, say tnut no good
reason exists to multiply corporations for
cliarltablo purposes. Until dctlnlto informa
tion Is obtained ns totho objects sought thoy
dcciluo to recommend tho bill,
Ho Said Hunt Things About Mr.
month John It. Condon did publicly cay that
ho was "a d d puppy aud n murderer."
Mr. Mcadcr bellovcs that ho lias boon Injured
nnd slandered by this declaration, and bus
entered suit lor $10,000 damages.
A Verdict for Mr. Kennedy.
In Iho suit brought by Patrick Kllroy against
Richard J.Kennedy for 810,000 damagw for
ollcgcd falso arrest and Imprisonment, tho
Jury In tho circuit court returned n verdict fir
the dcftndnnt.lt being shown that there was
.probable cause lor tho arrest.
As l'ovvorloss ns Sampson tlio Shorn.
Tbo school trustees last night authorized tho
superintendent of colored schools to eloso
them ou Friday should thero bo a lack or at
tendance of tho pupils. Tho board then ad
J3 per gallon, 75 cents a quart bottle. No, 1
Rye Whisky, best In tho world for tbo money,
at McUee's, Ninth street, near D.
Howiuhd Dfntal Association, 211 Four.
and-a-half street northwest, thrcodoors north nf
Pennsylvania avenue. E. P. Hnwland, M.D., V.
II. Howlaiid, I). D. S., surgical, operative, aud
mechanical dentists. Extractions, under ni
trous oxide, (30 cents each tooth, aud only W
cents extra for gas, whether ouo or a number
of teeth nro extracted at the satno slttlug. Havo
administered nitrous oxlda to over 40.000 per
sons. Artificial teeth (7 per set. Gold, ama!
ram, and whlto fillings Insertod lu tho best
manner. All work warrantod first class.
"Alukrnek Daiky Waoons. Fresh Alder
oey llulter churned ovory morning and deliv
ered in ii pound "Ward" prints, at 45 cents per
pound. AUo, cottngo chceso, t cents per balli
buttermilk, ft cents per quart, and swoot milk
at 6 cents per quart.
TJEitKtLEY, npuro ryo whisky, tho bestoatho
maTke"""tho price, U per gallon, l a quart,
and Hi cants a pint, 23 coats a tample bottlo.
Xnarp, 818 If etieot uorlhnutj
Opcrafors Not Itcndy to Beo n Itnpld
Advnnce llecomo Actlvo Sellers.
New Yonic, April 13. Tho stook market was
again strong this morning, first prices gonor
ally showing small advances over tho closing
figures of cstorday, and during tho first hour,
after a slight decline, thero wcro further gains
of small fractions. Put tho room traders who
bought yesterday and tho day before, and
other larger operators who wcro not roady to
sco tho market advanco so rapidly becamo
actlvo sellers of stocks, and In ibis thoy wcro
aided by renewed sales for the short account,
resulting in n decline which continued until
nearly 3 o'clock, Tho movement was Irregular
and at times soma of tho more acth o Mocks
wcro qulto feverish, in tho artcrnoon a drlvo
was mado at Union Pacific, resulting In A do
cllno or 2 per cent, and tho wholo market
sympathized ton greater orlos extent.
Thero was absolutely no news on tbo street
either ot a fin orablo or unfavorable character.
The market closed about steady within small
fractions ot tbo lowest figures of tho day, and
at declines as compared with last evening ofK
to J er cent,, except in a row instances whero
tbo losses amount to over 1 per cent., tho latter
Including Central of New Jersey VA, l'aclllo
Mall l;,lllcbinond and West Point and Union
1'aclflo each l'!J, and St. Paul and Duluth 3i;
Norfolk and Western preferred Is also down 1,
Milwaukee, I.ako Sliora and Western pre
ferred l'(. and Minneapolis aud St. Louis pre
ferred 'A, Tho total sales wcro about tha
ramo as yesterday, 3G8.3I7 shares, but or this
amount Union l'nciilo alono contributed 01,8)0
shares, and 133,000 shares moro wcro furnished
by Lako Shore.
Treasury Balances Coin, 8123.807,020; cur
Quotations of Tuesday's Stock Rnlos.
The following ilsllj tnarkrt reports have been
furnished by J. Yanee Lewis, broker, Le Droit
bulldlng.Elfflith and F streets, being the most ac-
HTB IHKKI 1U IU flOW I OIK CICnaDgQ!
Canada Pacific et4
Ccnlrnl 1'iclBc Mi
v.. II. aadll lse.
Delaware A Hudson.. 10i4
Kansas and Tezas lii
Jersey Central fii1
I., and X
Northern I'tclflo .,
New York Central.
Texas l'acl do. ,...i
Union rnclfic i
(Irnln nnd 1'rovlstons.
Follonlnitlstbs range of prices In the Chicago
market, furnished by J. Vance Lewis, broker, La
Droit building, Ctgbth and Fstreets l
0 22 0 2-.1V, S 10 9 10
0 30 0 33g W 13 I7V,
S 90 8 SO 0 85 0 B7j
5 1)1 B 01 5 90 5 M
6 02 0 03 6 02 6 (3
Washington Stook i;xchungo,
The followlDB Hit or ths most active stocks dealt
In on the WMhlngton Stock JCxchaugo is furalshM
by Messrs. Bell A Co., uitfti, No. 11J7 I'tauyl.
April 13, ISM). 1S,1. AsVnl
lVrinancnt Imp, s,1S9l, coin 114 1I3V
l'rniantntlnip. 7s, lstl, cur HSi HlPa
Market stocks 71. lsai, cur, 119 ....
Water stocks 7s, INI, cur , liil, ....
Water stocks 7s. 103. cur lS3ij ....
Kiny-yearrunded3.63s,l21,cnr'cy. 119 UO'd
Twenty.year funded ftp. c. isttt.cur. 113 ...
Ittenly-yearfumles. 189J, coin.... mu ....
TlilrtyjrarfiinilCn, 1902 colu 1S9 ....
W ash. and Georg'n bonds .. 117ife .
Metropolitan lUllroadstoik ....SO.. 105V 10J4
Coturobla Itallroad stock so,. S-l ....
North Car'Hol and O street (0 COti,
Washington Uas hlfM Co m lu iiy,
Oeoritetown Gas LlRht Co ii.. 40 ....
Notional Metropolitan Ins. CO..00., CO ....
National Union Insurance Co. .60., 191 ....
Arlington Insurancetouipany.loo.. 150 ....
Corcoran Insurant, to ....601 tA .
Columbia Insurance Company ..5. WSi 111
German-American Ins. Co 100.. 141 ....
1'otoinao Insurance Co S3. 60 ....
UlcRslnnuranceCO 6.. ett Th
ltord l'ub. Works Green S Do 97
Masonic Hall bondi..... 101 ....
ValiilDftouMarketCo.stock...60.. SI 2H,
Washington Market Co. bonds 103 ....
Waih'n Brick Machlntstock..,10e.. 107M, ....
llank of Washington 100.. ISO
National Metropolitan Iinnk... 100., 140 ....
irarujeie .1 atrcbauica' National
Jtank, Georgetown 100.. 15.3 ....
Cltliena' National llank 100.. 110
Second National Ituik 100.. 110 121
Central National Hank loo.. 110 179
Ileal ltstate Tills Ins. Co 100.. 101 lov'a
Pennsylvania Telephone Co. ...50.. 4d 40a
t'hcaapeakekI'otorusoTel.Co,100., 11 73
U. s. hleclrlc Light Co 100., Hi Hi
National Bare Deposit Co 100.. los ....
Wash. Lljtit Inf. 1st mortgage.. 100.. 80 90
Ilnltimoro Produce Marliot April III.
COTTON llrm nnd qutet: middling, OJijo.
1'l.nlllt nominally steady and quiet.
WHL'AT-Boutborn stendynnd qtilet: westorn
lower ana (inn; Hotunernrcu, mivsv, uo. hiu
ber, OTfflWc: No. 1 Maryland,
2 western winter rod. snot.
, IMfoaskcd; No,
tsuJSo bid; May,
VKauiw:; August, oyiou. , ,
COItN-3outhcrn Ilrmcr; western Irregular
and quiet; southern whlto, 45l7c: do. yollow,
4tlCjc: western mixed, spot, m91(l'fc;
April, loiftir.Jo; May and Juno, iy)(,&aa;
OATS llrm and quiet: southern. ao43o; west
ern white, 39K43e; do, mixed, IMSJ'JC: Penn
sylvania, 40 tic.
RYE steady at 7072a
PROVISIONS quiit, with upward tendency
retrolium higher; refined, "iia.
Bl'fl Alt-Copper refined dull at lOJiQIOJfo.
WHISKY steady at 1.101.2O.
Other articles unchanged.
KALTiMor.K srocic MAnKFlT.
SBaitimobb, April 13. Virginia, Cs, consoli
dated, Vo; new Ss, u'A bid to-day.
There Aro u 1'ovv DrugglMU
who caro moro to maka a largo profit on a
worthless artlclo than to 'wait lor tbo pros
perity that ultimately results from honest
dealing. These nro tho men who, when asked
for a licnson'sCa peine l'latlcr.vvlll recommend
tomo cheap and trashy substitute orlmttatlou,
saying It Is "Just as pood." Sometimes they
will do up aud sell the mlserablo Imitation
without rcmnrk, allowing tho customer to
ftippofo ho bus llcuron's. If tho valueless
pln.tcrls returned. Cheap John wllUayho
mado a mistake: If not, ho has dono a good
stroke or business. 'Iho public are cautioned
ogoln.t John and all his ilk. liny or respect
Ohio drutgl'ta ""Iv. Tho genulno llonsotra
plnilcr has tho "Threo Seals ' trado-markand
tho word fnpclno" cut In tho center.
JORDAN. At 8 o'clock a m. April 12. ISbO,
I'ATitKK Jommn, lu hls07th year, u nutlvo of
Kilkenny, Irelnud, but ror tho last thirty
se en yeurs a resident of this city.
Funeral from his lato residence, No, fi"i
Thlittinth street northwest, nt fl 31 a. m.
Wcdtjisdav, April II. Requiem mats at St.
I'litrkkV Church nt 0 o'clock a. m. Friends of
tbo family invited to attend.
CARI.lSLE.-On Monday, April 12, 1SS0. nt
0 o'clock p. in., In tho 13ihcarir hlingo,
Timcn niTbiit CAnnsir, son of tho lata
James Mandcvlllo Carlisle undMlldrcdEvvltij,
Funeial from Rock Creole Church today,
Wcilnctday, April 11, nt 1 p. m. Carriages will
belli watting at tbe Church of tho Epiphany,
O street, between ISth andltlh streets, nt J ji.
in. Irhnds nro particularly requested not to
como to tho houso,
IIEIN.-On Tuesday, April 13, lSSfl, Sam
uilIUin, in tho 78th jcarof hlsnse. For
lllty-tvvo jears connected with tbu united
Slates Coast nnd (icenlitlo Survey.
I uneral will tako place on Thursday, loth,
at 10 a. in. from Holy Tilnlty Church, lloorge
town. VNDl'.H TA1CKUS.
VrT- R, 81'EARE,
010 F STREET NORTHWEST.
S-Ever thing strictly llrst-ciass and on tho
most rensonablo terms,
Camp Chairs to hire for all oceaslous.
JOBENI C, LEE. . , ,
1 mmerly of Henry I co's Sons, Undertakers,
Sl.W AND COMMODIOUS WAIlEllOOMS,
No. 3J5 l'cmisj lvanla oveniio N. W.
ir'llisldeuco ou the premium.
TIENNA OPTICIAN COMPANY,
1000 rENHUYLVAMIA AVKHUB.M
After 6 P.M.
PALL AND WINTBIl. 1885-'a
Sailings, Overcoatings, and Trouserings
OF MV OWN IMPORTATIONS,
OPEN FOR TIIK INSFSCTION 5f ALL.
aentlemen who art desirous of belag well
and artistically dressed na be. gratified by
having their orders at lbs well known Im
porting and Tailoring Establishment of
n. d. BAim,
1111 PENNSTLVANIA ATKNCB.
I3iioro3ALS roit painters' mati
Oifice or Di'H fUNti ron Btatk,
W'An, and Nivv DrrAnTMr.STn,
Wasiiinutov, I), o April loth, lotf).
Scaled Proposals ror rurnlshlng nnd deliver
ing materials required for painting nt tho
Weit nnd Center Wings of tho llulldlng for
State, War, nnd Navy Departments, In this
city, will be received at this oiilco until 11 in..
on TUK8DAY, APIttl. 20th, 18.50, and opened
Immediately thereafter lu presence of bidders,
fcpcclllcatlons, general Instructions to bid
ders, and blank forms of proposal will bo fur
nished lo cslnbllihcd dealers in said materials,
on application to this otllce.
THOS, LINCOLN CA8KY,
Col, Corps ofKuglnccrs.
April 10. 12. 13. H. 17. ntid li).
PllOI'OSAU FOR BHEETCOrrKIt, JUV
Office of livimiva ron
Btatr, WAn, anii Navy DrrAtiTMitNTii,
Wasiiinutom, D. C , Marcli si, ltsd.
Scaled proonls Tor furnishing and deliver
ing, under ouo lontract, tlio Tinned Hltcet Cop
)ier, HUets, (Inlvnnlrcd-Iron Fastenings, Ac.,
required for tho roof of tha wot aud center
wings of tho llulldlng fur Ktnte. War, nnd Nnvy
Department, lu this illy, will Ikj recclvelnt
this nllleo until 12 m , on TIIUItSDAY, THK
14TH DAY Ol'AritlL, im. nnd opened Im
mediately thereafter In presence of bidden.
bpecltlcntlons, general Instruction to bidders,
and blank form of proposal will bo furnished
to regular manufacturers or dealers on applica
tion to this cilice.
THO. LINCOLN CASEY,
Col. Conn of Engineers.
-pnoi'osALS roit ritujii heep.
Orricr. A. C. S ,
W.VS11ISUTON II Villi V(U, D. C,
March 5, 18S0.
Sealed proposals In triplicate, subject to tho
usual toudltloni, with a copy of thlsndvcr
tKincnt ntlnchtil. will Ihi received nt this
nllleo UNTIL 12 O'CLOCK NOON, ON TIIUItS
DAY, APIIIL 15, ism; nt w hleli tlmo nnd place
thiy will ho opioid In presence of bidders, for
furnishing and delivering tho l"rcsli Heel re
quired by the Subslstcnio Department, U. S,
Anny, nt this aist, for Issues In tnxips thereat
during tho list al ) ear commenting July 1, IBsjl.
Tlic contract Tor Frish liter shall not bo con
Htued to Involve the United States In any ob
ligation lor pajincm m excess oi too appro
priation ground by Congress for tho pur
kiso. Prtqiisals inii't bo Inclosed In senled en
v elopes nutrkid "1'ropo.sals for I'rcsh llcef,"
nnd addressed to the undersigned. Tho Gov
ernment rinrvcstho right to reject any or all
proiiosnK lllauk proisvals giving Inrurmatlon
ns to eondlllous, quality of beef, payment,
mount of bond, Ac, must bo obtained by np.
plliatlou to this olllcc.
1st 1.1. 11. J. M., 8d Art., A. C. rf.
Wm Dfi'iisimfst, April 12, 1SS1.
Scaled proposals (In duplicate) will bo re
ceived ntlhlsotllto until 1 O'CLOCK P.M.,
WEDNESDAY, MAV 111, lfted, for furnishing
ttotlonerv for tho War Department and Its
bureaus In Wnthlngiou during tho llseal year
ending Juno TO. 1887.
Plank forms or proposals, showing tho Items
nnd cstimnlcd quantities required, togetier
w 1th circular relating thereto, w 111 bo furnished
on application to this oiilco.
Proposals must bonddrcssed totho under
signed, Indorsed on thooutsldo of tho envelope.
"I'lonofnla for Stationery."
lllils will bo considered on each Item sepa
rately. C. II. HOYT.
Asst. Quartermaster, U. 8. A,
IDEOrOPAIJB FOR MISCELLANEOUS SUl"
W'An DriMiiTitEST, April 12, 16S0.
.Scaled proposals (In duplicate) will bo ro
ell veil ot this olllce until 1 O'CLOCK P.M..
WhDNIJiDAY, JUNE 2, l&M, for furnlshlug
JIlKellaiicoiisSlipullcs. WaIsilnr,o,r tUrjuvn.
Ii'li'rHhcWTflirt ' iW Wcuflslii nsimigton
during tho llseal car ending Juno SO, 18S7.
lilnnk forms of proposals, show Itig tho Items
and estimated quantities required, together
with Instruction!! to bidders, will bo furnished
on application to this olllcc. , ,
lUdswlll bo considered on each ltctnscpn,-
Proposals must bo addressed to tho under,
rlgneil, indorsed on tho outside of tho cnvulopo
"f'roiotals for Miscellaneous Hivpnllt s."
Asst. Quartermaster, U. S. A.
SBRKY3 TJ3A.I Y,
The only Genulno Serkjs Tea In Amer
ica. Imported direct from tho Orient by
t-ciLjs'la Company. This ten is n uioit
fraginnt and agri cabla beverage, and pus-
o cesses rcmaraauio ugieuiu quuiaicai is
(j quieting to tho nerve", Induces relrcshlng
sleep, auu isa innrveioiis proinuu-rui vuu
secretlens, It gives freshness nnd clear
pi e m the complexion and removes nil
uueiiuiicss and harshness of tho skin,
llrllllnucy and soilness of tho complexion
are Ibo certain and uuralllngchnraetcrls
tics nud results or Us use. I'rlco, Mo and
31 per box. Sont by mall or nsk jour
druggist for It. jr lie has It not nn sale,
show him this advertisement. Full di
rections nccompany each box. For salo
by E. I". MI'KTZ, 1011 F St., Washington,
and all leading druggists. Rurkva Ten
Company, M West 23d st , New ork.
Yl OCOCCCCCCg'CCC'CCCCCCs hi
Iho above Is tbo cut of n novvly-tnvontod
Etamplne Machlno. rcccntlypatcnted. It Is a
very inlu&bia lncntioti. This machlno Is
slmplonnd rcmarknblo for Its lneonuliy nnd
plainness, wording on "rotary motion.' Tlio
''patent roller" is adjusted to any pattern. It
is composed of four pieces of wood; cither can
bo removed without alsturbliiR tho other, each
being fastened seporato ot tho end with ono
screw, Tho "Ink fountain" at tlio top, Just
ntiivn lltn frit rMli'r. Given tho lvronor llovv of
Inic by simply loosening tha top scrovv, and
ceases by tightening It. Patrons can bo accom
modated with their tumping work while
standing at tho counter, ns j oil dliturh nothing
but tho"'paticrn roller, and lu a mlntito tlio
stamping Is dono. Any vv ldtb roods may bo
stamped Willi this machine, nud It will be re
ceived by tho stamping world with unbounded
ratlilacllon. It Is 11 grand success In expediting
labor, It rnn be used us an attachment in con
nection Willi sewing machines, lMllcs Infor
med enn obtain further Information by nd
drcsilng l'ATENT, Republican Olfco.
WLLBOR'S COJiPOUND OP
PURE COD LIVER
OIL AND LIME.
IVIlbor's Cod I.Ivor Oil iinil I.lnie.
Tho friends of r ersous vv ho havo been restored
Irom conllrmcd Coumuiptloii by tho n of this
urlulnal preimratlou, aud tha gratcfdl parties
thtraiclics, have, by recommending It nud ac
knowledging Its wonderful olllcney, rIvoii tho
urtlcieuinn tiopulnrlty In Notv llogliud Tho
CodLlierOlllslu this eombluatlourobbodot
Its unpleannt tnite. and rendered doubly ef
fective In being coupled with tho Lime, which
Isitselrii restorative principle, supplying na
ttiro with Juil Iho nsslntnncu ronulrid to hell
nnd restore too dlieoaed Lungs A 11. WlLUOit,
Doston, P'oprietor Sold by all drugijUls.j
s5i IwSJi iVrti
Ilanil-ralntcil Cards of All Makes find"
018 I'KNNSYI.VANIA AVKNIIK.
I am now prepared to show to my customers
tha largest assortment ol
I havo ever offered, Including Easter Cards,
Books, and Novelties, Lenten Rooks, lllblcs,
I'rnycr Rooks nnd Hymnals, and Hooks of Do
Tollon, WM. H. MORRISON,
47B l'KNNA. AVKNU13.
rnper nnd Envelopes.
Itcil Cnrpot Iiittins.
80S nnd 807 1) Street N'orthvrost.
FISCHER, AND ESTEY
PIANOS l'OIt HUNT.
SANDERS "&T ATM AN,
(JAIIVIS I1CTL1CU IN CnAltOE),
034 r Street Northwest, Washington.
IBN. Clinrlcs Street. Ilnltimoro.
J0I1 P. IMS & CO.,
Un equaled In Tone,
Touch, Workmanship, and Dura
bility. Second-Hand Pianos at All Prices.
1'IANOS l'OIt IlISNT.
WM. KNABE & CO.,
817 MAIIKIST SFAGI!.
DALTIMoniC-201-20O W. hnltlmorest.
NEW YOItK-112 Bill avf.
GII.T ISIiaiC, or
And you will always havo lieautlful Bread,
Rolls, and lllscults.
holctalo Depot, corner First street and Indi
WM, M. GALT fc CO.
AUK STILL TKlUMI'HANT.
For Bfteen years ihcy hove stvadlly galne.1 In
fsver, and vtitli sales conitantly liicreatlng have
Ucome the mont popular Corset throughout tha
Tbe O quality Is warranted to wear twlcs as long
as ordinary Collets. Wa have lately Introduced
the O and It II grades, with Kslra Loug W alat, and
He can furullh them when pi-eferred,
Illghrat aaauls fiom all t lie World's (J rest Fairs,
1 lie lull medal reeelvidufor I Iril l).rc- ot. Merit
rrom the late ICiimiltlon held al New Orleans,
Whllo scores of yatints have t-een found worth
leia, the prliiciplts of the (llove-attlng have pioved
Retailers ara authorised torefnnl money If, on
txamlnatlon, theie C'oneta do not provt as repia
ciilril. For sals everywhere.
Catalogue fre-a nn application.
Tliomsun, Luusdon to Co., Now York.
tfi&WP. iHr.. J
Fin Air cjjz.
F. D. SUATKB,
T. L. CnorLxr.
WAI81I, CKOrLEY & CO.,
BANKERS AND BR0KEF13,
Stocks, Grain, Frotislons, & l'tlrolcnm,
1410 F HT.(OIovor llulldlng),
Washington, 1). O.
J. VANCE LEWIS,
Stocks, Grain, Provi
sions, and Oil.
8th nnd I- Sts.
ritlVATE WIItESTO NEW YORK AND CHI-
CAMPBELL & CO.,
Stock, Grain, Provision, and Petro
1430 l'KNNA. ATK. (Upstairs.)
Direct Wlro to Now Yorh nnd Chicago.
A MnKcr or Cluitico.
OmaiNAL LITTLE HAVANA
(UOULI) A CO.'S)
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
EXTnAOnillNAIlY CI.ASI No. 121i
AI'ltlL 17, 18h0.
Number for Nnmlier. Trlzo for Prise.
With l'i0 Additional l'rlses.
15,000 TICKETS AND 830 PHIZES.
1 Cnrltnl I'rlre 13,000
1 do 3,000
1 do. 1,000
1 do MX)
3 Prises of Jl'O each 7u0
0 do. 100 " cm
100 do. M " B.OO0)
6T0 do. 20 " 11,400
2 Ap'tlous SIOO each to !l.0t prlzo... '210
2 " 100 " 8,) " ... i
2 " 100 " 1,000 " ... 200
CS9 l'rlres. as above, being tha full num
ber In tho Itii) ft' Havana, and
VJ) Additional Prizes or (10 each to tho
lffl tickets hai Ing ns ending num
ber tlio two terminal units of tho
number draw lug tho Capital Prlzo
of tlO.OOO 1,500
W0 l'llzes, amounting In TJ. B. Oold to... 30,350
TICKETS IN FIETIIM.
Wholes, "1 00. Fractions, pro rata.
THE ItUYAIi HAVANA OPKICIAl LIST DE-
C11H.H EVEIl Pltlh.
ALL I'limx 1'AIII ON PKKSE.NTATION.
CAUTION : stoo Hint tho uamo
Is on your ticket. Nnuo others aro ORIGINAL
For tickets, Ac., ndilrcsi or apply to
1212 Uroadvvay, New York City.
Or AIIE.NTS EVERYWHERE.
CAPITAL, I'ltlZi:, $73,000.
"Wo do hereby certify thnt wo suncrvlso tho
arraiicemcnts for all tho Monthly and Quarterly
Draw lugs of tho Ioutsloun htalo Lottery fiom
puny, nud In person inanaga and control tho
Drawings themselves, and that tho saino aro
conducted wltn noncsty, lairncss, ana iiigivi
inlth toward nil parties, and wa nuthnrlza tho
Company to uso Ihlseertltlcato.wltli ro similes
of our signatures attached, In Its advcrtlso-
Wc tho undersigned Hanks nud Rankers will
Eay nil prizes drawn lu tlio LouMntui Btuto
ottcrlcs which may boprecuted ut our count-
trs j. 11. oai.r.siiY,
l'rcs. I.a. Nut. Hank.
J. IV. KIi.IUtl'.TlI.
Pre. Rtato Nut. llanh.
frcs. N. O. Nat. llnnlr.
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I
OVER QUARTLR MILLION DlbTRlllUTED 1
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
Incorporated In 1808 for 2.1 years by tho legis
lature for educational nnd charitable purposes,
with a capital or si. 000,000, to which a ruseno
fund of 01 cr S-'iW.OOO has sluco been added.
Ryan overwhelming popular voto Its fran
chlso w ns mado a part of tho present Stato Con
Mltutlon, adopted December 2, A. D. 1370.
Its Grand PIngle Number Draw Ings will toko
E lire monthly. It never Scales or I'ustpoues.
00k nt tho following distribution :
UltAND .MOMHI.Y DRAWINO.
At tho At ndemy of Music, New Orlcaus, TUE3i
DAY, MAY 11.
100,10 Tickets ot I'll 0 Dollars Each. Fractions,
In linhs, In proporllou.
LIST Or flUZLS.
1 Capital Prize $75,000
1 do. do 25,000
1 do. do 10.000
U Prizes of M.tHiO 12,000
0 Approximation Prizes, 7'0
u do. do. f-00
V do. do. 250
lU7I'ilrcs, amounting to tA5,000
Application for rates to clubs should no mado
only tuthooultooftho company lu Now Or-
Ftir'flirthcr Information vvrlto clearly, giving
PtHtal Notes, Express Money Orders, or Now
York Exchange lu ordinary letter. Currency
by express (oil nuns of M and upwards at our
circusc), addressed M. A. DAUPHIN,
Now Orleans, La.
Mako P. O. Money Orders pnynblo and nd
dress Registered Letters to NEW ORLEANB
NATIONAL RANK, New Orleans, La.
TrvAlI.Y WALKS, ON EASY FEET,
IJ In oiwn nlr best prescrvo health and
lonrev Ity." Hence, tho ellto of tho world visit
DR. W1IITE A hON, 100T SPECIALISTS,
1410 Pcnns lvanla nienuo (opnoailo wlllardl
Hotel), 11 North Eutaw St., Ilnltimoro, for tho
Rulnless treatment of Coras, Runlous, Dimmed
alls, nnd other foot ailments. DR. WI1ITK 8
fortieth 5 ear of proctico: his tivcnty-finii la
Wiiblngton. Fee. tl a fitting.
WANTED-TO ENOW THE BK3T TURKlBIl
aud Ru-slan baths In Waabluiiton, go to
SLedd's, en K at., near Oth N, W.t enutillihtd In
1H71 ahamKcsr of 14 years' sxperlsaca at this
eatabllibueut, CIveil at 1 o'cloek Hundar.
GaBFixturoal aao Fixtu ro
Latrobos, Rangos, Purnaoea.
Plumbing and Tinning
400 ninth"stiuobt N. W.
u ?Sj l TT" ""V r SrW tS lU, i jnH.il
rr,,S.?J,,AXr1..B5'.N8YI'VANIA ROUTE TO
JL TIIP.NORTIL WEST, AND 80UTHIVE3T.
went ,lAILa' MAa:'IF1:EI,'I wiuiri
.,,' IN EFFECT AeniL 7, 1880.
TIIA1N3 LEAVE Washington from station,
corner f.th nnd D streets, ns follows:
For I'lttsbiirg nnd tho West, Chicago Limited
I xprcss of l'alaco Sleeping Cars nt0.f,)a.m.
dolly; Fast Lino. 9J0 a. m. dally to Cincinnati
and St. tmt, with Sleeping Cars from Harris
burg lo Cincinnati, and Hotel Car to St, Iiuls;
iloliir, except Saturday, to Chicago, with Sleep
ing tor Altoona to Chicago. Chicago and cm
clunntl Express, at 7:10 p. m. dally, with Slecp
.. C?I Washilngion to Chicago, connecting at
Hatiliburgnlih flcstcru Express, with through
Sleepers for LottlSTlIln and Ht. 1itiis. I'aclfla
hxprcss, i(i p. m. dally for Pittsburg and tho
ii -',"A,,bro,usll Sleeper Harrlsliurg to Chi
csgp and Cleveland.
DALTIMORB AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
mi- 'iS anandalguo, Rochester. llufTalo,
S ,i Otul- p' ,m- ?." "MP' Hoturdoy
with Polaco Cars Vt oshington to Rochester.
.. on')"J'am,R0"' Iclt "wen, nd Elmlrn,
at 0 SO a. m. dally, except bunday
..iS worts nnd tho East, 7.15, 0-00, and
110 . m., 2 o, 1-jo, 10-00, and llai p. m. Oa
fcunday, poq. m.,4W. 1-20, 10O0, ami 11-3) n.
m. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars,
IMJ o. m, nnd 3 yi p. in. dolly, except dunday.
lor Doston without change. 2 00 p. m. every
for Brooklyn. N, Y all through trains con
ncet at Jcrey Clly with boots of Itrooklyn An
nex, ofTordlng direct transfer to Fulton street,
aioldlngdoublaferrlogoacross Now York city.
. l.i' 1'hllodelphio, 7:15. il. and 11 a. ra a, I J).
IMndllSO p. m. On Sunday 0 n. m., 2,
4-20,0, 10, and 11 20 p. in. Limited Express,
0.10 a. m. and 3 50 p. m., dally, except Sunday
. A9r I'attlmoro, C 34, 7:15, 9, i 10, V A, 11 a. rn
IS tV, 8, 3.50, 1-J0.4S7, i n, 0, 7:10, 10, and llria
P-,m',Cn Ju.ndl'I' ' VM 11 E.. 2. l!W. 0.
:lf", 10, and llrj) p. ra.
Fur l'opo'a Creek Line, 7:15 a. m, and 1. 10 p.
m. , dally except Sunday.
lor Annapolis, 7.15 n. m 12-05 and IS7p,
m. dolly, except Sunday. Sundays, 9 a. m.,
4 JO p. m.
A,,;.-'A5'?ll.,A and vitEDEnicKanmifi
JIAII.WAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND
lor Alexandria, 0-ou, 7-05, 9-25, 11-01, ami
11:35 a. m , 2-05, 4.M, 4 Al. 6-01, 8 05, and 11-17
P. m. On Sunday at 0 00, 0:25, 11:01 a.m., IMJ,
8.05 p. m.
For Richmond and IhoSouth, 0-00, 11:01a.m.,
and 4-35 p. m. dally. '
Trains Icaio Alexandria for Washington,
6 SO, 8 W, 10 CO, 10.10 a. m.j 1 W), 3 05. 3.2:1,0 10,
7-0.1, and 10.12 p. m., and 12.10 midnight (ex
cept Sloudoy). On Sunday at 8-ou and 10 10 a.
""A3?1.' TenJ 10 "P. m., nnd 12.10 night.
Tickets ond Information at tho otllce, north
east corner of 13th street and Pennsylvania
avenue, and at the station, where orders can
Lo left lor the checking of bag?ogo to destina
tion from hotels and residences.
. J. it. WOOD,
.. icncral Passenger Agent.
lASJi rUOIL Ocneral Manager.
HEsTl'EAKE AND OHIO ItAILWAY.
- lK,,'f .n' S !' "?rot. Sixth and R streets )
:10A. !. lor all way stations, Lexington,
Ky., Loiilsi lllo, Cluclnnntl, ColuinBtis!
,, , , nudbt.liils. Daily except Sunday.
II A. M. lor Newport News, Old Point Com
fort, and Norfolk. Dolly except Sun
day. 6.M P. M.-ror Louisville, Cincinnati, St. Louis,
and Chltngo, connecting for all points
west. Northwest, nnd Southwest. F.ist
Express (dally); docs not stop for locil
btislncs. Through Pullman Bcrvico to
Ixjtitsvlllo nnd Cincinnati.
I or tickets nud Information apply to C. & O.
railway office, 513 Pennsylvania avenue, un lcr
National Hotel: Virginia Midland rail war
olllcc, Ml l'ciinsj lvanla avenue, and 11. l'.
Telcphono call, W3-3.
II. V. FULLER.
FRANK TRI00.OCnCr,,1 rtUcngcr AeiaU
lantern Pacngcr Agent.
JJALTlMUItKANl) OHIO ItAlUiUALl.
BCHEDULE IK KFFKCT BONDiT, DEO. VJ.
r IbbO. UNTIL KUIITHEII NCrVlUK. '
. Iavs Mashlnxtnn rroin station corntr NEW
JK118KY AVKNUK AND OSTllEET.
P' 2 .., ,a' ' h!t LI"""!, KxpiTwa to ltttl
burg and tlilcsito, aril ilng In Illuburs at 7 JO p.
m Chicago next morning at H OS. No extra Lvrsli
charitl on this train for fast time'
1 or Cincinnati, Iulatll, ana Ht. Loms dally at
0 p. Bl., and lO.ltlp. m., with Tlirmijli Uoacbtl
anil Palace blwplng Cars to alms paints, without
Changs. U p. m. la a Fast Llmllrd Train to Cincin
nati an Rt. Ixull. arrlslngln Cincinnati nut morn
ing at 7:15, bt. Louts 11 :io p. m. No sxtra fars Is
chargt.1 on this train for fast lime. " '
. tfl KI'."ul",r5 ff 4' m- wltn r'1' Car,
and H OS 11. m. dally to Pittsburg, cisteland, and
Dfttoli, with slwMng cars to liiuburg. '
For Baltimore on wttlrdari, 6, 0.20, 0 40, 7 JO.
HJO, and 10 00 a. m., 12 10, 1 40, 3 15 (4 i-mln-ut
Ijaln). U JO, JU, 4 40 , 6.40. 0 40. 7.00. B.-23.
aed 11 ts) p. in
rat Laltliuoi on Bnndays, O 20, 7 Jo, H-30, and
low; a. 13.. 13 1.40ujo, .l,i),440.
7, H 20, and ll.OO p. in. '
For bli.muJosh Vallty lullroa.1 and rolnta
south, OJO p. m. dally, with Pullman Slcecsr
Wmlilnslon to X( Orleans.
1- or Annarolli, 0 40 ami H 3(1 a. m. and 12 10 and
InttkVb'JB! 8nJarL?.1i,.0.?iJ''lni'iJV ,
7, and 11 p. w. n Sunday, H.30 a. m. and 1:23,
U OO, 4 40, 7, and lip, in. For station! on .Metro
politan Branch, 7:10 a. m. dally, except Sunday,
and C 01 p. m. dnlly: 4 40 p. m. dally, except Sun
day, for principal stations on Metropolitan Branch!
S40 a.Bi. dally: ou Sunday slojn at all stations.
For Lexington, Staunton, and Valley Braneli, 8.40
a. m. dally excel Sunday, For Uaftbsrjburg and
Intermediate points, 0 50 a. m., 12 JO and 1120
p. m. dally except Sunday. For Frederick, S 40 a.
m. and 4 40 p. ui. dally, except Hunday.
For Haienton n and Winchester, b.40 and D 4!l
v. m. sou u uj. n. m. uauy except nunaar.
Trains arrive from the west dally, u.lu,7.20 a. m..
l.tld, OJO, and 10JU p.m (New Orleans Kxpresi).
lrom AnnsTyolla. HilO ami in:iA a. m.an.. l r.n
-i-uiis, o-u biki 111 00 a. m. ana i.oei
i.t tiuudar, 10J5 a. m., 0 Jo" p. in.
3Un, D JO p. m. dilly sieept S inday,
'rick and Intermediate points, 8 23 a.
vu u.20 p m,i ouuaar
m. and 8 10 n. m. datlr excetil Hundar.
Trains leave Ualllnioro for Mathlnrton atO'lO,
6 111), 7 20, H 43, II os, and 10 30 a. m and 12 10,
3 W, a 110, 4 DO, 4.20, a (Ml, 0 3d, 1 U OU, ami
11 00 p. m.j on Sundays, 0 30, 7 20. h 45. and 0 OS
a.m., 1:30, a, 4.20, 0 00, OJO, 7s4S, B 00, and
11 p. m.
All trains from Washington atop at Belay Station
xcept 1:40, 3 10, and 0 To p. m.
For further Information apply at tbt Baltlmora
and Ohio ticket olllce Washington ilalloaaiu and
1JS1 Peonaylvanla arenue, corner of Fourteenth
street, where orders will be taken for baggsga to,bt
checked and received at any point In the city.
O.K. LORD, U. P. A.
B. DUNHAM. General Manager, Baltimore.
WASHINGTON, OHIO i AND WESTERN RAIL
on and after Noiember 15,1885, tralnswlllleava
from and arrive, at Sixth and B streets depot aa
Leave Washington 0 a. m. and 4-4S p. in. dally.
rrlTeat Lecabure 11 00 a. m. and 0 45 n. m. Ar-
ilveatltoundllliratll 47 a. m. and 7 J2 p.m. Ha-
turning, leave Hound Hill 6.31 a. in. and 1:20 p.
u. Pass I.eeeburg 0 J7 a. in. and 2.1'J p. m., and
arrive at Mashiuston 8 33 a. ia. and 4 10 p. in.
The train leaviug Washington at 4 43 p. m. and
the train arriving at 8 33 a.m.are dally. All other
trains are dally except Sunday.
Monthly and commntatf on rates to all points.
It. I. ELL,
Superintendent, Alexandria, Ya.
ri'OMHtl OL.Tv'aND FORlTlliSs'MlJMtOB
JL AND TTIEtOUlII.
Cheap Rotes and Superior Accommodations.
Sule and commodious Str. JANE MOSELEY
at 0 30 it m , from hlxth st. Wharf,
TUESDAY. TIIURMIAY, aud SATURDAY.
Stopping ut Colonial Reach golug aud return
Sectiro rooms and tickets at Raltlmoro and
OhloOlllccs, 1051 uud 010 Pa, uve, who will
St. Wharf, Telephone call VI.
AI.l Itl.D MOOD. Seo'y'and Treas.
OFO, R. PHLI.IPS. Superintendent.
-ILYDK'S NEW K1PAK8S SrEAM l'AUKKX
J LIK 1-0 It
PUlLADBLt'IHA. WAHIIINaTON, AND
AT APPOINTED SAILING DAYS.
From l'llILADI.l.l'lIIA every Saturday, 13 m,
From WASIHNUTON every Monday, 12 m.
Through and prompt connection with New York,
Boaton. Fall Itlver, and all points North. Through
Bills of Lading rlito. might recti ved and dtllv .
ared dally until 0 p. ia
f r W. T. CLTDK A CO.,
General Agents, Philadelphia.
J. n, JoniSSON A CO., Ajenu,
12th and 13th St. Wharru, 8. W 1202 F st, Hi
W Waahlngton. D. C
MILD, MELLOW AND DELICIOUS.
The peculiar medicinal oualltles of Vhliej dis
tilled from tha III eat growth or live In the iniowned
Valley of the Mononcahela bars attracted ths at
tention of the Medical Faculty In tha United States
to such a degree aa to place It In a very high peti
tion omang the Materia Medlca.
We UK lolnvllellie attention of connolueurs to
our celflrated One OLD WII18K1K1, which we)
offer at (he following prlcea, IN OASKH CONl'AIN
INU ONE DOZEN TllirlLKS UACHl
Old lteaerse Whlsfcey, - - 18 00
Unrivaled Uppor-Ten Whiskey, 10 00)
Itrunavvlck Club Whiskey - 13 00
Ifvou cannot obtain theaa Whiskies rrom your
Grocer, will, on receipt of Bank draft, lle(Utcied
Utter or 1'oatonlco Money Order (or 0.0.1) If pre
ferred), deliver Hum to yuuraddren, by Expms.
charges pirpald, to all points eaal of MUilulppl
rlv er. or by freight to any port of U. B. (preiuld).
tor EXUKLLKNUE, PURITY, and EVK.N.NESU
OF QUALITY, ths above ara Unaurpaaaed by any
IS liliUra In tha market. They ara entirely FREH
FROM ADULTERATION, aud pouoas natural
flavor and fine toulo properties.
Theaa Whlaklia are sold under guarantee to tire)
perfect satisfaction! oiherwlaa to be returned at our
expense. Coriestondencs solicited.
111 South Frout St., I'lillailel'ilita.
Now York Olllce, 1U South William St
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