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THE NATIONAL .REPUBLICAN : THURSDAY MOKNING. APBIL 22, 1886.
THE 8K.VA.TG HEATS THE RECOIID MOIli: THAN 100 MlitS F.VSSKU. Tlio House Resumes Consideration of lllvor anil llurbor Appropriation Hill l'atomiio I'lnU QumUan I.lkoly to t'omo Up To-Iiiy. Tbo Bcnato "beat tlio rccoril" yesterday 111 the matter at passing l!lla. After brlct morning business tbo Senate, on motion ot Mr. lllalr, took up In their order ami passed oycHOO prlvato pension bills, comprlslngalt such bills on tbo calendar with tbo exception ot probably halt a doran, which wcro laid asldo for future, consideration. following that unprccodontod perform auce, fully two dozen moro bills wero passed upon motion of senators specially Interested tbcrclu, most of which woro of n private or local uaturo. Among theso woro tbo following I On motion of Mr. Hoar, a Joint resolution In pnyAllco 0. Underwood, oxccutrlT,,H,o-n for ilnio and services of tlio lata John 0. Under wood In prosecuting his claim Ion scat in tlio t'nltcd mates Hcnato from Virginia, On motion of Mr. Hour, a bill to pay Albert II. Imcryrwo.OOOInfullror ntostlnirinichlua designed and tnado by him fur tho United Mates. On motion of Mr. Kvarts, a bill authorising Iho Secretary of tho treasury to rafund to tlio I hutilx National Dank of Now York city about WO.OUO of deposits Illegally contested by tho uuuru BiAica. On motion of Mr. Hamilton, a bill to rcstoro Tcnadoru Ten Ryck to his former rank In thj nrmy and placo him on tlio retired Hit. On motion of Mr. Mcl'hcrson, n bill nuthorlz log tho President to appoint Andrew V, Jo!m' ron, now captain on tlio retired list of tho luirjr, to bo a commodora on that list. Mr. lllalr attempted to get up tlio general pension bill, but as It was said that It Mould lacd to debate, It was not taken up. Mr. Van Wyck mado n llko attempt to get up tbo bill providing for tho taxation ot railroad lands, but, it was subject to tho rnino objection, and ho gavo notlco.that ho would movo It ou for consideration to-diy. Mr. Cullom said ho had yielded tho tlmo to which tho Intcr-stato commerce, bill .was entitled vesterdav afternoon. In tho bono that wbon to-day tho Bcnato should tako up that bill It would contlnuo It from day to day till disposed of. IIo hbpod, "how- ever, that It would be disposed ot to-day. On motlou of Mr. Conger tho Scnato then, at 4:10 p. in,, proceeded to tho considera tion ot ciecutlvo business. At .1:15 tlio doors wcro rc-opened, and tho Bcnato ad journed. Tin: house. In tho morning hour tho House resumed tho consideration of tho bill for tho relief of tlio Alabama Hood sufferers, but tho morn ing hour expired without action being taken on tho bill, which resumes Its placo on tbo calendar, Tbo llouso then went into commltteo of tho wholo (Mr, Hammond, of Georgia, la tbo chair) on tho river and, har bor appropriation bill. Mr. Hepburn, ot Iowa, moved to strlkn out tbo paragraph, appropriating $100,000 for tho Improve Jtont of Galveston harbor. Ho could sCo no ma terial dlffcrcnco between tbo proposed plan ot Improvement and that which had been denounced by tbo Galveston representative (Mr. Ochlltrco) during last Congress. Tho points ot dlffcrcnco between tho two plans wero detailed by Messrs. Btowart, lteagan and Craln, of Texas, who also pointed out tbo great lmportanco ot Galveston harbor to the commerce of thocountry. Mr. Craln inquired whether there was any appropriation in thaibllb for tho dis trict rcprescutcd by.Uio gentleman from Io.va, and Mr. Hepburn replied In tho neg ative, stating that there wcro no navigable rivers In Iowa. Mr. Craln regarded that fact as tho "milk In tbo cocoanut." If tho gentlemen' bad n ebaro of pork ho would not havo made any complaint. Mr. Hepburn suggested tbattho gentle man's remark seemed to imply that no ono bad a right to talk about the bill except tboso who had somopork In tho barrol. Tho motion to strlko out was lost 33 to 82 but .It was agreed that a voto should bo tnken llnnti It In thn House. On motion of Mr. Murkuam, of California, tbo appropriation for tho survey ot Ban l'rauclsco harbor, San l'ablo bay, Sulsun bay, and tbo mouths of the San Joaquin and Sacramento rivers was reduced from $30,000 to $11,000. This was done in accoraanco with tho recommendation ot a supple mentary report of tho chief ot engineers. Mr. 'Warner, of Ohio, sought to havo tho appropriation for tho harbor at tho mouth o! tho Muskingum river Increased from $20,0CO to $50,000. Mr. Spooncr, of Ithodo Island, mado a light to securo a $05,000 In crease for l'rovldcnco river, whllo tho Now Jersey delegation, under tho load of Mr. Lchlbacb, endeavored to lncroaso from 35,000 to $50,000 tbo appropriation for tbo l'nssalc river, llut they wcro all doomed to disappointment, as each amendment was voted down. Tho sarao fato was met by Mr. Swln burno's amendment appropriating $10,000 for tho removal of u rock In Hudson river nt Van Wois Point. Mr. Ncglcy, of Pennsylvania, raised a Colnt ot order against tho clauso of tho 111 which directs tho Secretary of War to negotiate for the purcbasa of tbo works ot tho Monongshcla Navigation Company, tho valuo of tho works to bo ascertained by a commission ot tbrco engineers ot tho en gineer corps. If tbo company refuses to sell its works or demands a prlco deemed by tbo Secretary to bo oxcessivo, tho Socretary is directed to acquire tho works by con demnation, or lu tbo excrciso ot his discre tion to tako possession of tbo works. A prolonged debate ensued upon this pro vision in tho bill, Messrs. Ncgloy, lteagan, Uaync, Blanchard, Kelloy, Ilowlit, of Now York, and others jiartlclpatlng. On motion of Mr. Willis, of Kentucky, that portion of tho clauso was stricken out vthlch gives tho Secretary of Wardlscretlon ary power to seize tbo works ot tho naviga tion comrmnv. 1'cndlnc further action tho committee rose, nud thollouso, at E:20, adjourned, Tho Turlir Question. IMoJ. John M. Carson's special dispatch in Philadelphia Ledger, April si.J Mr. Itandall to-day informed yourcorre-i rtiondent that It was unquestionably truo that tho President had spoken to a number of members about tbo necessity of tariff legislation at tho present session, and that toino of tboso thus addressed left tho whlto bouso with tho impression, that tho Presi dent favored tho Morrison bill. Mr. Itan dall believes, however, that such efforts on tho part of tho Executive will havo llttlo lullucnco with members, as tlioy will voto according to tho Interests of thclrrcspectlva constituencies rather than follow tho1 dicta tion of tho President. It Is not only Im politic, but dangsrous, Mr. JiaudaU thinks, for the Executive to attempt to lnllucnco members upon any question pending beforo Congress, and particularly to attempt to In fluence them upon such a question as the tariff. "President lluelianan," said Mr. llaudall, "took members by tho throat and attempted to coorco them to support his policy touching tho territories of Kansas and Nebraska, and the result of his In terference was not only to bring over whelming defeat to bis administration, but division: and disaster to his .party, Miy, Cleveland will succeed no better than Mr. Buchanan. Tbo President may communi cate to Congress his views upon the tariff or any other public question and may lullu cnco tho body In this manner, but ho can not with nronrletv corral Individual mem bers and attemptto coerce them Into voting' upon great publlo questions, Intimately af fecting tbo material Interests ot tho people, Recording to bis Individual views. Tho members of tho House aro in constant com munication with tho pcoplo and know what they want and do not need advico upon tho tariff from any executive officer." Prom theso expressions It will bo soon that Mr, Itandall Is not likely to be swerved from bis sense ot duty by any ollorts tho President may mako on behalf ot tlioMorr. rleon bill, Mr. Itandall says there Is no foundation for tho report that tho Demo cratic members from Pennsylvania aro di vided upon tho tariff bill. Ilof believes oil ot them will voto against that measuro, and he is confident that It will bo defeated. Tea dogs as pels havo had their day among tho extremely fashionable, but.colds never go nut of fashion, no that It Is always necessary to inow that Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup Is usuro euro for all coughs and colds. Easter Chips and Batln Art Prints, In larg est quantities, designs, and lowest prices, at Whltakcr's; Ei.F.aTic-wontj of slUkluds dono.l. J. U. KuchUnt;, 119 TivOlfth ttrcct northwest. TUB MAIIKKTS. I.llllo Improvement In Stocks Likely Until tlio I.iibnr Troubles nro Set tled.. New YonK, April 31. Thro was a hot ter business at tho stock exchange to-day, although tho trading may still bo rockonod decidedly dull. The total sales wcro 213, 000aharcsrau lncroaso over yesterday of a llttlo less than 100,000 shares. Flvo stocks, Lackawanna, Lako Shoro, Union Pacific, PaclllC'Mall, and 8t. Paul, contributed 143, 705 shares, leaving less than 100.000 shares' for tho remainder of.tho list, Tlicro was a) strong opening, and during tho forenoon tho general list showed some fovcrlshnoss, moving up and down within a rango, how ever, of fractions, whllo PaCtflo Mall devel oped decided weakness. After opening at Oft it broko to C3i during tbo forenoon on n seml-omclsl statement that no dividend would bo declared. Tbts statement was later confirmed, nnd tbo directors decided to pay thodlvldohd for tbo coming quarter owing to tho light existing between tho company and tho Psctflo railroads regarding freight ratos. It Is tbo only actlvo stock that snows a do cllnc. After midday tho general list was firm and advanced moderately, jlolded slightly lato In tho hour, and closed on a rally nt figures generally a shada below tho best of the day. Tho nows of tlio day was unimportant, and the prevailing sentiment of the street Is that tlio market will show llttlo chango from tho past few days until tbo troubles between tho railroads and their employes assumo n different ehapo. During tho af ternoon somo prominent room traders cov ered their shorts, which was ono reason for tho firm tono that prevailed. Considering tho general dullness prevailing at tho stock exchange, tlicro was a fair business In rail road bonds,' but tho trading was gonerally of a retail character, and becamo very dull lato In tbd afternoon. Treasury balances: Coin, $123,2S9,073; currency, $11,531,714. Quotations oT Wednesday's Stock Bulos.- Th. following dally market reports hare been furnished by J. Vanco Levis, broker, be Droit bulldlng.Klahth nnd VstrMts, belnxtlia most ac tire stocks In tho New York exchange: Opoff. High. Low, Canada Tactile cl . SIM, 01 Central 1'aclOC 411;, 41k, 41 CIS. (IIH 41Vi 111 I0IU. O.. Il.andU 1JJ 131 1U Delaware ft uasom.'iooYs 101 1001 mi, S74i 80', 35 V, jj.,Aanu ,v ......iximi i1! ICd SI'S ZSIu un; Kansas ana Texas..,. 37 ss Jersey Central.... f.o'rf Mi Lak.Shor... 81 S1V, L. and N 3SVi 3UV, Missouri Facluc. lot, 101V, Northwestern lOOYt 107H, N. r.rref s.i tl, New York Central 102 10i Omaha... 4 I'd 41 Omaha pref.'. 1031, 103A, Oregon Trans !9tt '-'"'a PadfioMall ss Reading.-..-. J3V I.ir Ht. Paul 8CV, S71 Texaal'actno lov 10V1 Union Pacific 49Ui SO Wcatera Union en, M OU ',t IVn ilk, BOT, SUtl 39 1UI lOIVs 106, I 107 li. 57 67i. 102 41 101V 29Hi STVt rs4 SCVt lOVi 4'JM, el Vi ,9 4I4 tlVi :s s;v 101 49 V, 01, 7SMi drain nnd Provisions, Following la the range of prices In the Chicago market, furnished by II. K. l'ltln & Co., Bt. Cloud llulldlng, corner of Ninth and V streets. Wheat- Opng. lllgli. I3JT. May S04 8 m, n June BiM SI Silk Aug i Sllh S3Vs Corn- Clsi;. 8111, 83 81 3S4 31 39sj May M SSIJ, June 384 3SS August 39t &t Oais May 30 30 Jun 30V, 30H August 30", 307fe 1nrlf 37H 3S4 39, JOT. 30S, S0 30 M, 30 May 9 10 June 9 20 Aug 9 30 9 ni 8 0J 9 03 9 !ZV) 9 07M, 9 IS 9 33 9 HMi 9 33 Lard May 5 93 SO0 June 3 93 8 91 Aug 0 03 8 03 5 87 8 90 S 91Vi 8 13 8 03 6 C3 tVnslilncton Rtook KxolinnEo. The following list of the most axllra stocks dealt In on the Washington Stock Exchange Is furnished by Messrs. Hell A Co., bankers, Mo. 1437 l'ennsjl- vamasTenuei April Sl, 1888. .Wit. Asked Hits 113 rcrtunnent lop. ss, 1891, coin mi, Permanent Imp. 7a, 1891, cur lts, Market stocks 7s. 18i, cur lis Water atocka 7a, 1901, cur 13s Water stocks 7s. 1003. cur 133 Viny-year funded 3.66s, 192 1, cur'cy. U9i Twenty-year runded 6 p. c. 18U9.cur. 113 Twentv.vear fund Ss. ISM. coin.... 113'u 120 Thirty-year fund Cs. 1901 coin 119V), Yluu.anu ueuisu uuuuo. ..... ... Metropolitan Itatlroad stock ....SO.. 104V, Columbia KMlroad stock M., 33 North Capitol and O street so.. 41 AnacosUa .23 Washington Qaa Light Co so.. 33 i, Georgetown Oos Light Co 13.. 40 Firemen's Insurance Company. SO Franklin Insurnnca Company.. S3,. 41 Nailonal Melropolitan Ins. Co.. 60.. eoVj National Union Insurnnca Co.. 50,. 19 n Arlington InsuranceCompany.loO.. 153 Corcoran 1 nsurance Co 60 : tOM, Columbia Insurance- Company ..6.. Ill German-American Ins. Co 100,. Ill l'otouiao Insurance Co. S3.. 60 XUggsInsuranceUo 3. 4 Board rub. Works Orecn 6a 93 Masonlollnll bonds 104Vi Washington Market Co. slock. ..60.. '-O' Woshlnnton Market Co. bonds 10 Inland and Ben Coast Co. bonds el Wash'n brick Nacblnestock... 100.. Ill Bank of Washington too.. 191 National Metropolitan Hank, ..100.. 133 National bank of Ucpubllc... too.. 161 Fanners & Mechanics' NaUnnal liauk, Georgetown 190,. 163 Cilliene' National bank 100,. 110 Becond National bank 100,. lis Central National bank 100.. 103 Great falls Ic Corapsny,.,... 100.. 13014 Real Estate Title Ins. Co loo.. IO6V1 t'ennailranta Telephone Co so.. 40tt, Chesapeake Al'otomao Tel. Co. lOO.i 714s U, 8. Klectrlo Light Co 100 National Safe Deposit Co 100.. 103 Wash. Light Inf. lslmortgage,.100.. S3 100 so" 20 33 lit, 07 a" 100 103 120" mo" 10714 60 7St 71) si" llnltliiioro-rroduoe Blurlcot April 31- FLOUltllrm, with fair Inquiry: Howard street and western Bupcr.S'iWOV.Oido. oxtra, t-l.'Jifi) 4.00: do. tomlly, l.255.0O: city mills super Uno, S.'.'WS.Mi do. extra, J3.5O01t.15: do. lllo brands, 81.Ci81.87: I'atapsco family, S3. 40; superlative patent, 85.78. ... WHEAT uoutnern steady and qulot: woit- crn higher and firms southern red, 0l0(io; do, amber. Oftaofc: No. 2 western winter rod, spot. pijiiii-'JIKci May, WJJWJil August, CORN Southern firmer: western higher nnd flrmi southern whlto, 40!8ic do. yellow, aoiiyinv, westuri uiixuu, Dn,,. ty,u umi ,L'' ICMJCke; Juno, ifrJiOUllScs steamer, 1MI5WO. OATm steady and nufet; southorn. 3'JIJ0i western white, 8314943c; do. mixed, 8S33Jc: Pennsylvania, loauo. UYK Heady at 7072O. , i1A HAY ilrm; prime to choleo western, S11.00 ra 10.60. l'ltOVlSION8 steadv nnd fulrly actlvo; moss pork, twe rib sides, - .. I -nn,, mrt 1ll,n.'.lnL1v, (..rinffl packed, ialEc: creamery 25Qiio.. Kckj Btenrlv at lse. Petroleum quiet; rollncd, 7V(o. COFFEE duli;,ltla cargoes, ordinary to fair, SjiflSKe. . SUOAK higher: A sort, 6Jo; copper refined dull at tqKiJUQVio. m WUISKY steady at JL10OL20. HALTlMOltr. STOCK UAmtCT. Daliimosb, April 21. Virginia Gs. consoli dated (with coupon), 59; past-duo coupons, fill do. now 8s, (yi'A; North Carolina, Cs, old, YI bid to-day. "I iiavs thco on tho hip," cried rheu matism, selling his victim nud tossing lilin on n sullcrlngbvd. "Not so,'' hocrleduot so I Walt, my ancient foo. Just tlvo minutes, till tho Loy brings a botllo or Salvation Oil, then wo' 11 tcu who Mlns thoday." A llundlo of Norvos. Such Is tho dedntllon tho colobratod Dr. Abcrncthy gavo of woman. Hclug a bundlo of nerves, woman Is susceptible or a greater do grco of nervous pain than man. From bor peculiar constitution fclio Is llablo to a variety of Bllracnls peculiar to her sox, most of which aro attrlbutablQ to tho nerves. Strengthen tho nerves and you-strengthen tho entire system. Cowl, strengthening food is among tbo agen cies for produclns norvous strength and brao lnKiipluos)slcin. llut this generous living mmtloconiluucd for-'along tlmo, nnd tho means to llvo generously nro not atalltlmos within tbu,rcach of every ono, If, however, tho vital principles of food can ho concen trated, a month's work can bo dono In n week. Dr. Henley's Celery, Ilccf nnd IroudocsthU work, combining; much nutriment in small compass, and Is now ovurvwhero reaotrnUod as woman's best aid In all. .tho ailments to which she Is llablo. It Is buth a inodlclno mid afood,uprocntltoanditcuro. All driijjUts ktcj.lt, "i CITX IT1SM9. Howlisn DxtiTAi. Association, '211 Four-and-a-half street northwcst.threodoors north of Pennsylvania avenue. 11 P. How land, M. 1)., O. II. Howland, I). I). S., surgical, operative, and mechanical dentists. Extractions, under ni trous oxide, 60 cents each tooth, and only 60 cents oxlra for gas, whetbor ono or a number of teeth aro extracted at tho somo sitting. Havo administered nitrous oxldo to oyor 40,000 per sons. Artlllclal teolh 87 per set. Qold, amal gam, and whlto fillings Inserted in tho host manner.. All worst warranted first class. "AmiBNiR Dairy Waoohs. ' Jrosh Alder ney JJutter churned every morning and deliv ered in H pound "Ward" prints, at 15 oonts per pound. .Also, cottage cheese, 6 cents per ball: buttermilk. 6 cents per quart, and sweet milk at 6 cents per quart. Sxbxxlxt, opnroryo whisky, tho bostontho marketiortho. prlco, per gallant ft a quart, and -t0 oonts pint; 24 cents. aampla botus. Tiirp, 18 If street ooxtUwostl IMl'llOVI'.MKNT ASSKS9MKNT8 Suit i:ntnreil Against tlio Dlatriot to Teat the Validity or tlio Law, Meters. Blrncy and lllrncy.ns solicitors for Abram P. Harder, havo brought nn octlon In certiorari ngnlntt tho District of Colum bia, treasurer of tho United States, and Dis trict commissioners to test tbo validity of tho alleged assessments for special Improve ments on Maryland avcniio between Sev enth anil Ninth streets southwest, nud op posite squaro 4W. Tho defects In tho as sessment aro averred to bo in tho Invalidity of nn extension contract mado by tho Dis trict commissioners April 15, 1373, becauso thero was no-contract to extend and no power residing In tho commissioners under tlio act of June, 1874, to mako any contract for tbo paving of Maryland avenue between Seventh and Ninth streets, also becauso rlo work was completed on this nveuuo bo tween tho streets, and further bocanse tquaro 400, against which tho assessment is made, docs not adjoin, or abut ou Mary land avenue. . . i i , Tensions to l'rlxnnors of War, Tho bill reported by Mr. 'Morrill, of Kansai, from tho commltteo on Invalid pensions, yes. (crday, to pension prisoners of War provides that all disabled prisoners of war shall bo 5 ranted pensions at tho rate fixed, for alrathir liabilities In honorably discharged soldiers whero tbo disability Is presumed to bo tbo result of conllncmcnt In southern nrltnns. Tho commltteo cstlmato that It will require tl, 100,100 annunlly to meet this addition to tlio pension rolls. Tho bill also provides that all persona confined for moro than thirty days In southern prisons shall rccelro n per diem of ta for each day's confinement, and to meet tho expenditure ou this account will, It Is es timated, require nn expenditure of about 81. 000,000. From tho best obtainable) Information the commltteo bellcvo that thero nro about 23.000 cx-nrlsoncrs now llvtni-. but n. &raa number of theso persons nro nlrcady receiving pensions. Tho argument In favor of tho per diem payment for tbo period ot confinement adduced hi tho report Is that m toy ot tbo prisoners v, cro deprived of tho opportunity to rc-cnllst and rccolvo bounty therefor. They ti cro also out of the lino of promotion, nnd In addition sustained In many rases losses of personal property throuijb confiscation by their inptors, Sir. HpnrlcM Wants tho llnrth. Commlsskncr Sparks, of tho general Und office, hns nindo n formal demand upon tho St, Joseph nud Denver City flallroad Company for reconveyance to tho Unltod States of somo 12,000 acres of laud alleged to havo been wrong fully patented to said company lu 1S7I, tbo tracts In question lying beyond tho terminus of tlio const nictcd road between Hastings and Kearney, In Nebraska. It appears from tho of ficial statement of tbo caso that tho road was authorized to "connect with tlio Union Pacific road or any of Its branches," nnd that a con nection was proposid to bo mado at Kearney on tho main lino of tho Union Pacific, and 11 map of such location was filed in tho land otllco inlb70. Tbo connection was mnJont Hastings, ou the Burlington nud Missouri road, n distanco of about fort miles less than Kearney, tho company claiming that tho llurllngton nnd Missouri was ono of the roads included In tho Union Paclflo grnntlnx nets, nnd henco n branch of tho Union l'ncino wltlilu tho mean. Idk of tho law Lists of tha selection of tho land between Hastings and ICcarncy wcro (lied and patents wcro Issued therefor. The com mlsxlnncr claims that Inasmuch ns tho com pany has 110 road between theso points, patents 10 too Janus wcro wrongmuy issuou. ScUnto Secret Session A Nomlnoo IVltli Moonahlnlnc rrodllcctlons. Among tho confirmations mado by the Son nto yestcrdaywero tho nominations of Win. L. West, of Kentucky, tojbo governor or Utah, by a voto of 43 to 13, and 1). C. Ilradley, to bo col lector of Internal rot cnuo for South Carolina, Tho latter gavo rlso to considerable discussion, Ilrndlcy bchi'r charged with raoonshlnlng pred ilections, Mr. L'dmunds Is said to hn 0 led tho opposition to llradloy In person but ho had been favorably reported by tha flnanco' com mltteo aud nasconllrmcd, 27 to 10. Gen. Rt'rt's iNcuMd. Qunrtcrmutcrauncral, cays Et. Jacobs Oil Is thabest pain cure- Tho Clioroltco I.iindTimds. Tho grand Jury found nn Indictment yostcr day against Wm. A. riillllps, Itlchard U.Wolfo, and Itobcrt D. ltots, In which they nro chnrged with defrauding tho Cherokee nation of In dians out or tmm. ltoss and Wolfe wcro arrested In tho Indian territory last Saturday, and m HI bo brought hero for trlaL This Is tho money claimed to havo been demanded an 1 rccch cd by tbo accused and necessary to bo used by them lu negotiating tho sale ot cer tain land bcloagtng to tho Chcrokecs to tho United States lor 8.100,000. United fiTuns'-SKNATOtt Rt.ACKnur.N says Red Star Cough Cura removes colds, l'rlco, ii cents. Our CoiitonnlnlColebrftllon. A resolution was, offered yestordly by Mr Gorman directing tho commltteo on foreign ro tations to consider tho subject of n celebration In 1889 of tho centennial anniversary of tlio lorraatlon or tbo government, nnd In 1SJ-! of tha Moth anniversary of tho discovery of America. This resolution, Mr. Oirmsn said, iros in placo of that already submitted by him wliljli called for n spei lsl committee, Ou tho tuwtcstlou of Mr: Host tho commltteo on tho library was substituted for that on foreign relations, and this resolution was then agreed to. ..I . The Stoinacls lis a Onsometor. Ill tho rtyspeptlo stomach Impure imsm aro fenorated ancr meals that ilistcod and distress t, ai well as tho bowels. The best carmina tive for crumps, colicky pains, and hoartbum or bilious eructations is llostctter's Stomich Hitlers. Carbonnlo of fodi and effervescing aperients nro lor Inferior to It in otllcnoy, and, as ph)&tclnnsnow uudcr6tund, Impair tho tono of ilio stomach. Copious libations of any sort aro Injurious to tho stomach, andtodlluto Its Juices Is certainly not tho way to lncroaso their digestive usefulness, Aided by tha Hitlers, thudlecstlvu organs, when enfeebled nnd dis ordered, regain their lost tono and regularity, nor, orrourso, lmnicuiaiciy, uui wun uucreo of rapidity highly Indicative nf tho oxcollcnco of tho n medy, It has tho further clloct of regulating tho bowels and liver, protecting tlio system against malaria, rclioving rheumatism and neuralgia, aud increasing constitutional Tlgor. II AI WAY NOTES. Tho surveyor tbo I'lcdmont nnd Cumber land railway was begun last Tuesday, Tho directors of tho lUolflo Mall Steamship Company yesterday decided to pass tho next dividend. Tbo Texas nnd rac!!la reorganization com mltteo failed yesterday to reach an agrecmcut and adjourned without day. Tbo Cinciunatl Local Railroad Association has elected as Its vlco president V, 11 King, otthoJCInclnnatl, Wiulilngtou and lUltlmoro Railroad Company- Tho Bcnato passed a bill granting right of way through (ho nayal arsenal grouiUs at Vrldesburg, Philadelphia, to tho Kensington ana lacony itauroau company. On motion otMr.-Plumb. tUcBanato nassoilAi bill trriuitluirrleKitof waythronih tho military reservation at Fort Leavenworth. Kan., to tbo Leavenworth Northern and Southern Railroad. Company. Work: on tho Annanolls and Raltlmora Sho-t Lino railroad Is progressing satisfactorily. Tlio laving of rails on tho llaltlmoro and 01 tho lino will beirln in two or thrco weeks. Tho tlcoot tlto In Annapolis is only two squares from tho stato house, In tho reven years from 1878 to 1885 tho rail way mileage ot Canada increased from (1,8:11 to 10,140 miles, tho train mlloagu lrom ,10,000,00) to 110,02.1,000; the total number of passengers carried from 0,ilJ,000 to U.GTiWO, nml tho tons of freight from 7,8SJ,00J to 11,070,000. This shows encouraging growth, duo principally to American travel, A special dispatch from Cincinnati , pub lished asserts that tho recent purchase of Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton kccurltles, which ran them up from 05 to 1J0, Is now ex plained by tho statement that they wero bought for C. P. Huntington, who desires that road, It lsfalit, fornnortlmotorn outlet for tho new connection with tho Chcsipoako nml Ohio, which will brldgo tho Ohio river ut Cincinnati, Ocn. Joseph D. Both, speakorof tho Maryland bouso of delegates, who was recently elected president of tlio llaltlmoro and Eastern Shoro Railroad Compauy, lssangulnoof tho prospects or tbo construction of that railroad. Ho says tho llrst good fruits of this enterprise at this early data aftor Us Inception aro shown In tho concessions mads by mo Pennsylvania iiait road Company lu passenger travel and Irelght reduction between tho Eastern Shoro peninsula and llaltlmoro, Senator Call offered a resolution, which, on his motion, Has referred to tho Judiciary com mittee, directing that committee to Inqulro whether any legislation was necessary, nnd If so, what, to require tho United States courts, wbenthey tako possession of railroad property in nny state, to carry Into cllecttho obligations ot tho charter of Incorporation granted by such state, and to prevent violations ol tho sumo by such courts and tho officers thereof, and tho Viasto nnd wrongful appropriation ortbo assets imJIrtcelpts of such corporation In tho Interest of Individuals, At tho meeting at Roanoko, Vo., Tuesday, at which tho Roanoko and Southern Rallroal Company was organized, a letter was read from Vlco President Bpcucor, of tbo llaltlmoro and Ohio railway, oxpresslvo of Interest In tlio cutcrprlro, and announcing tbo purpose of hli company (0 begin tho extension southward of tlio valley division of tho lialllmora trad Ohio road In 1887, Col. D. I'. Houston, who has been chosen president of tho Roanoko and Southern road, is a northern gentleman, who has mado large investments In southwestern Virginia, and Is regarded as a sagacious and cnorgetlo business man,. He it president of tho Roanoko Manufacturing Company, and of tbo Crozler steoliworksv EXECUTIVE INFOltMATIQy. I'lnltney Hodges was stertlay nppilntcd roslmaster nt Cobb's Crcclt, Matlhews county, Vs., and W. it, S. llrlscof iiostmiutcr at Hat terly, St. Mary's county, Md. Tlio frit ccmplroller list decided that n United States district attorney Is not entitled to per diem fees for tho nttcnunnro of his as. flslniit In court or licforon United Slates com mlsiloncr, while tho nttorncy Is absent attend ing to business ol tlio United Slates by direc tion of tho Attorney tlincral, and receiving pay for ruth services. Tho President has appointed John If. Day ten, of Kansas, to be cadcl-at-large at tho navnl nrndemr, vlco Jno. W. Wonlcn, nephew of Ilmr Admlinl Worden, who declined tho np jiolnlmcnt. Tho President can appoint but itn cadets nt largo nt the academy, nud as tlio list Is now lull, tlicro will t no vacnnrto. ox cept by dentil or resignation, until UW, when thire will bo four vacancies, FrrcMt. ItrrtcrioN In prices for Easier Cards for Sunday school, ut Wliluker'. s Pfk inn VicTon rocnTAiM 1'r.sf, Me, nt Vhllaker'S; Pnro ball 1 base ball I Capitol Park, l:n. Dok't I'or.tET THE OrFEn ol nil l)30'ts In slock at cost to closo them out ot Whltakcr's, 1105 Pennsylvania avenue. Err. Tiir. Pamily Ati.a, DOe., at Wliltakcr's, lloa Pennsylvania avenue, rsnSksasrra: 1, bbi, M i I P 1 1 V sV H II I 1.1 HEM 1 nn inu,n ifmmmM UllUffl'UlJMira'llJmiiiiF'rmrii Absolutely l'uro nml Unadulterated. U-IOOIT At O CURATIVE INSTITUTIONS; INFIRMARIES. And Pacscriaio ov PHYsicuNa CvtmrwHcnf, CURES CONSUMPTION, HEMORRHAGES Ami nil irnttlvg JUtemtMt DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, MALARIA. TUB ONLY PURE. miULAlT Fon the Siok. Invalids, CONVALESCING' PATIENTS, AGED PEOPLE, 1 Weak and Dedil.tated Women. Tor ealo by DrueelitB, Grocer I And Deatcrs. I'rlcOf Ouo Dollar per Mottle. C3 81 ! onti In lertlM bottlM, an rn pfntilnB x- fAr,tannt mil If Ait fs.niArk lilssl (iftliOlililCllPmllla u alMivr. Aiitl lti nn of compariy tlnwn in botlto. Greriuuieutorili Jtocky Jiou!iUln(ict?rt "' TffHlorlMl, wmbl to prowrt -ttfrem tlteir dlprp, tin liaTt llll aVOKfl Itni, in pimn coev mssssasi a, - ptetM ClttrfiBJ irrtKllU, VJ ITlumiUg Ol ivvstataiav Tho Duffy Matt Whiskey Co.DaUlmore,Md. uttotU9 prUtip aWr ktrMtak nI our tht D try. 111 a r at ali fvr UdljttlUn, t)tprp$tatHM rtrotera from alt HuiHta Dtttotta, ittan irfjars.IL Km aaMKuiukMa. All luAuirltt fatrt,luatkit tunnula B ntdthm wttvfomr u),ti tuy rfUi,M(it(Ar-p full ttuMtrtA If r Xflicgj Dtpartmtt, PJIOI'OSATJS. "PROPOSALS FOR IRON WATER I'lPE, Ac. (jifickof Pobuo BuiMiiKos. and OiiorNns, NO. 1700 I'ENN. AVli, Washisoton, I). C. April 15, 18S0. Scaled proposals nvlll bo received at this onieo until noon MONDAY, MAY 3, 1830, nnd opened Immediately thereafter lu presence of bidders, forrurnlshliigand placing In position in all about N.'i feet, more or less, Iron Water pipe, with necessary fltllngs, in various rcserva-i Forms 'nnd specifications can bo obtained at this olllcc. Tlio right Is reserved to reject any and all proposals. JOHN M. WILSON, np2J Ct Colonel U, H. Army. PKOPOSAI.S FOR BUITLIES FOR THE POB1 OFFICE DEPARTMENT AND 1'ObTAL SERVICE. PosToi-ricK Dr.PAr.TMnNT, Wasiiinoton, 11. C April II, lSbO. Sealed proposals will bo received at this De partment until SATURDAY, THE 15T1I OF MAY, 1S0. nt 12 o'clock noon, for furnishing wrapping paper, facing slip paper, twlno, let ter seiiles.CpostninrkluR und rating stamps, rubber Unmps, caneellug Ink, pads, paper, en velopcs, rubier goods, pens, pen-holders, pen cils, inks, mucilage, claisgnotls, rulers, folders, articles of steel, robber erasers, books, type writer supplies, and miscellaneous stationery, In such quantities of tbo.dlllercnt articles re spectively, and ut such times, nnd from tlmo to tlmo, ns they rany ho ordered during tho fiscal year beginning Julyl.IbSO, and ending Juno BO, lt7, for tho uso of any branch of tho Department or postnl service. Blanks for proponl, 1th specifications giv ing detailed statement of tho re lutrements to bo met in resect to each article, aud also tho estimated quantities probably to bo required of each, and giving full Instructions as to tho manner of bidding and conditions to bo ob served by bidders, will bo furnished on appli cation to tho Superintendent of tho Division of Poslofflco Supplies, FostoUleo Department, Washington, if. C. ....... ThO l'ostniostor flcncral reserves tho right to reject any or all bids, to wnlvo technical de fects, anil to accept any part of any bid nnd reject tho other part. WILLIAM F. VILAS. np!5 th-lt Postmaster (icuornl. TpilOPOSALB FOR COAL. OrriCE ov Serueant-at Arms, uniteii States Senate, Wasiiinoton, April 10, 1830. Fenlcd proposals will bo recolvod nt this onicoiiiitllI2m.APUIL22NI). for 200 tons of well-screened whlto ash nnthraclto coal, fur tinrn tlzp. tha ismo to ho lntnectud and stored In tho vaults ortlio Scnato wing of thocnpltol nt tl 0 t'Apenso of tho bidder, ou or beluro tho Uthn May, 180. inongui is rcscrvon in rcjcti unr buu hu bids. M 1. V.a Al'.ll, Bergcant-nt-Arms U. S, Senate. opM-St Undeiitakeiis. TXr R. SPEARE, UNDERTAKER, WO F STREET NORTHWEST. AZr-Evcrythlng strictly tot-class and on tho mott reasonable terms. Camp Chairs to hiro for nil occasions. TETEPIIONE CALL 310. . OSEPH C. LEE, Formerly of Henry Leo's Sons, Undertakers, NEW AND COMMODIOUS WAUEItOOMB, No. MS Pennsylvania avenue N, W. ATl'Ecsldeuco on thu premises. 00LD MEDAL, PAIUS, 18Tb. BAKER'S Warranted itusolntclynnre Cocoa, from which the excesa ot OIlhaabecnrcmovcd.IthasMrti tlmtitht Itrtngthol Cocoainlxed with Btarcb, Arrowroot or Buitar, and Is therefore far moro cconeu. ical, anting leu than one cent a cup. It la delicious, nourishing, strengthening, cosily digested, and admirably adopted for lmol- Idsaswellas for persona in ucaiin, Sold by Oroters eierynhere. wk wtjSjjsro-r Km ferUU HM ""rtrJMI W, BAKER & CO,, Dorchester, Mass. ! 1 LLOYD'S 25-CENT WASUINOTON EX PRESS. Raggago delivered to all parts of tho city, railroads, steamboats, 4o. Furniture, sewing machines, typo-wrltcrs, Ac. carefully removed. Trunks taken to any part of tha house without extra chargo. Persons returning to tho city can leave their chocks at clthor ofneo. TELEPHONE No. 473-3. Offleo : 1003 F et. N. W. Branch Ofllecs 1 6th and B sts. N. W basement Howard House; Duckett's Pharmacy, cor, Pa, ar- and 22d st. N. W.i 024 O st. N. W.p Frank Pltscr A Co., druggist, cor. East Capitol and 6th sts, B. K. JOHN O. IIAWLEY, Proprietor, Thi$ rnncdjf it not a liquid, tnvffcr pointer, contains ELY'S CREAM BALMi WHEN APPLIED into the nostrils wilt tic absorbed, effectually cleansing the nasal pas sages ol catarrhal virus, causing healthy secretions. It allays inflammation, protects the mcmbranal linings of the nasal cavity lrom fresh colds, completely heals the sores and restores the senses of taste, smell, and hearing. Bene ficial results arc 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. MiaimrctltiovtamUnf antic ami clirontetaitt whrre all nlher m-tallol rcmnltea nareiflrtf. retKS 110 fxitn. Tu-0 month treatment U tacit package So.it oy crcru DtvajM ot tent by matt on rcalpt oin-tct. 50c. SKND IOR CIIlCULAll AND ELY BROTHERS, Druggists, tioujcuAJ w,ruvCeacfotg 7 3?i?. yS'iavo-lMiaMMlGUfiM Musio Stores. THE LFADIXi INSTRUMENTS! lECKER PlAM BROS. 1 - FISCHER, AND ESTEY PIANOS ! ESTEY ORGANS.- 1'ianos ron hunt. SANDERS & STAYMAN, ( JAIIVIS BTJTIXR IN CUAKQE), GLNEItAI. MANAGERS, 034 V Street Northwest, Washington. 10 N. Charles Street, llaltlmoro. JOHN E IMS & CO., No.937Pa.Ave.N.W. PIANO-FORTES, unciuuigu ill iuiiu. Touch, Workmanship, and Dura bility. Second-Hand' Pianos at All Prices; 1'IANOS FOK KENT. WM. KNABE & CO., 817 MARKET SPACE. WAHKROOM8 I OALTIMORE-!!ni-20U W. naltlmerest. NEW YOItK-113 oth av. WABIHNUTON-817 Market spots, JPAJLOKS PALL AND WINTER. 1885-'a Soilings, Overcoatings, and Trouserings OF MY OWN IMPORTATIONS. OPEN FOB TUB INSPECTION OF ALL, Gtntlemtn who are dtslrons of txlag well and artistically dressed can be gratified by leaving their orders at the well known Im porting and Tailoring Establishment of H. D. BABIt, 1111 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. pHOTO-ENORAVINO. Having recently Flttod np a i'HOl O-EKQIl AVINQ ESTABLISHMENT In connection with my Patent Process I am prepared to luruish ILLUSTRATIONS FOR NEWSPAPERS AT BUORT NOTICE. MAURICE JOYCE, 118 Eleventh Btroct Northwest. SAM'LaSHEDD Gas Fixtures! Qaa Fixturoa.l Blato Mantols, Latrobos,-Bantroa, Furnaooa. Plumbing ana Tlnnlna 400 IIINTEt:BiaiaBX N. W. Uas.tWS K-rwJmk Y 11 jmrt'&MM&' PIMI8 wmmimm ORGANS. no tnjurtottt drugs and tun no ojftnstvc odor CATA RBH HAY-FEVER TKSTIJIONIAI.S OP CUIIUS 50c. Proprietors, Owego, H. Y. JcdiectAtot calo' mcwI jitfotuion. fa xPiamiaatuy. yYtc ac -tiat J6 u'j cbi&d 'SvAand of (p,o-v- SZtfme6tv &6ii jittaiti .... . .. J . THOJ- WUW-tMiJlOlCClV New FvnuaAxioNB, tEo. lvorine Placques. SOUVENIRS. llnntM'alntcil Cards of All Makes anil Styles nt CHAPMAN'S, run vi:nnsti.vania avenhk. EASTER CARDS and NOVELTIES Now ready, a very comploto ana attractive display of Cards and Novelties for Easter. Now Is tho time, while tho stock Is frosh, to make colccttons. 1 Choleo llttlo hooks In neat styles of bindings. ;Praycrs and Hymnals in ovory variety of bindings. iFamlly nnd Pocket Bibles. Rooks of Devotion. Hooks for Sunday School Libraries. W3I. UALLAKTYNE Ss SON, 428 SEVENTH STltniTT. Easter! Easter ! I am now prepared to show to my customers tbo largest assortment ol Easter Goods I havo ever olTercd, Including Easter Cards, Books, and Novelties, Lenten Books, Bibles, I'jnycr Books aud Hymnals, and Books of Do otlon, WM. H. MORRISON, 478 l'ENNA. AVUNUII. PINE TAR MOTH PAPER ! NONi: HETTlIlt. SHEETS LAltOll AND STItONQ. Vt'liolesalo nml Retail. E- 3voxrisorL'Si l'AriSlt IVAHUIIOUSII, 80S nnd 807 Street Nortluvcat.l S. S. S. Scroflila of Lungs. T nm now 40 Years old. and have suffered for the Inst finrrn yenrs with a lung trouble. I hare spent thousands of dollars to arrest the march of this disease; but temporary relief was all that I ob tained. I was unlit for any manual labor for seternlyenrs. A friend strongly recommenced the uso of sn Ift's BpcclllclH. H H.), claiming tlmt lie himself had been greatly ivnpfiied by Its uso In umiift luna irouhlea. I rcaolvinl totrv It. ltiore- Bulla are remurWablf, My rough liaaleflme, tny trcngili lins returntH., nud I mttili ilxly lmunds morethnnl eerUM in my llfo. it liiubeeuttireo fears flnco I stoppM the uo of the mMlcliie, but I ine lintlno return oftho dlicase, mul ttit-ro are no ruins or wtnkneM Mt n my luucs. I (loth Iiardrst kind of rued. anient work, ana feci ai well na I cvrr felt Ince I wm a boy. 1 liese, I know, are wonderful utateinents to make, but I am houet wliculray that I owe my exliteiico ana health to dnyto H, a, B. I wotil J be rfcrennt to the duty owe to humanity If I failed to b&irthla choerf teBtlmouy to the mcrlU of this wonderful inedlel tie T, J. IIOLT. MosTGOMttiY, Ala., June 23, 1883. Swift's Bneclflc ii entirely vegetable. TreaUlea on Blood and tdklu Diseases mailed free. The Bwirr Bitcific Co., Drawer U. Atlanta. Qa. or lfi7 W. 2.M t.. X. Y. ; OFFICIAL. Departuent ov State, WAdlUNQTON, IKW, 14, 1H85. Notice Is hereby given that nil rersons who are entitled to a share of the "Vlnrtului." Indemnity fuud, nnd have not ns yrt rrwonted their claims then to. shall j-resent their clalma, duly sub ttnntlatcd, to the Bicretary of titatn of the Dulled htatei itUltr sU mnuthi from the TWfcLFlll DAY OK llJCCKMllBn, 1HM, Ot be held as forever barred from nny participation lit said fundi nnd further, that tho balance of said fundwhlcu shall remain unclaimed aithecxHnv tlonof the nforesuld period of six months eh all bo distributed, pro rata, anion? the heneflclarles under the original distribution, provided they, or their heirs, or representatives, shall within tho six innntin next Rucrcotl l ns the said former nerlod Pre sent to the Hrcn-tary of Btate rwtltloiu fur their shares of said balauc.. .,.urs. ,11,. ii,u TV V llAt'Alf 1. T. 11A1AIW. Bocretary of Htaie. dein,:5Ja4,14,2i,flU,13.23.ulb3.1l.2j.ap2,12,:2, inv ltauanr 1 it. A victim of voutbful liaDrad.nc. using Prematura i)eoar,Nervous Dobllltr, Lost snhood, o., havhiK tried In vain f .irknown remedr.hssdlMOvereaaslrapt.s.lt-Ottra.wblonh. Villi ''I KHKU.tahlsfailow-aBRfran. Addraaa. S. 1L llEEVLa. S3 Una than UU Ns Yeik. WtfT; Restored FXITASOrAZ, If.K. IT.AI.1, """ W. II. II mm. B. K. Plain & Co., BROKERS. 'Stocks, Grain, Provisions, and Oils St. Cloud llnlldlufr, Oth nml FSts. ClilcRtro Correspondents 1 Charlos Counsol mnn & Co. Cllr references: Nntlonst Hank of tho Ro tuilillc. Constant (Juotntlont of Chlcajo ftnil Kerf York Markets bySrcclal Wires. Teleplimif. MX ' J. W. WAtsit. r. B. Siurm. T. Ii. CnorliT. WALSH, CROPLEY & CO., DANKEIIH AND DROKIiKS, Slocks, Grain, l'rorlsions, & I'ttrolcum, 1410 1' bT. (Olovcr Ilullillnff), tVnslilnglnn, D. O. J. VANCE LEWIS, BROKER, Stocks, Grain, Provi sions, and Oil. I.K DllOlT llUir.UINO, 8th nnd F Sts. I'JttVATE WIRES TO VEVf VORKANDCIH CAGO. CAMPBELL & CO., Stock, Grain, Provision, and Petro leum Brokers, 1420 l'KN'NA. AVi:. (Upstntrs.) IJIreefWlroto Nw York nnd Chicago. JjOTXKRIES. A MnKcr or Ciiruicc. OniOIKAL LITTLE HAVANA (UOULD A CO.'S) Decided by ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERYi ORDINARY CI.AS3 No. 1213. MAY 1, 1SS0. Number for Number. Vrlie for Trlso. With 170 Additional Prizes. 17,000 IICKKTU AND M PRIZES. SCHEDULE. 1 Capital rrlzo r,000 1 do 4,000 1 do 2,000 1 do 1,000 10 Mies of KOO each it.ooo 410 do. 3 " 11,17.1 0 Approx'tlons to 1st Prlrc, S-'iO each.. 4V) S " '.'d " W " ... 1W 431 rriios. as above, being tho full nmn lcr in tho Rnya1 Havnna, nnd 170 Additional Prizes or S:0 each to tho 170 tickets having as ending num ber tho two terminal units nf tho fliimtui. il.owfnff I tin Pnnltfll lrirt Of(A,000 - 3,100 CM Prizes, nmountlngln U. B. Gold to... Ctl.KS TICKETS IN FIFTIIM. Wholes. 3 00. Fractious, pro rata. THE ROYAL HAVANA OFFICIAL LIST DE- L'lIHS EVERY PRIZh. AnENTB EVERYWHERE. ALL PRIZia PAID ON PlliaENTATION. CAUTION : Sco that tho noma UOtll.D & CO. Is on your ticket. Nono othern aro ORIGINAL OR RKLIA1ILK. For tickets, Ac aildress or apply to HHIPHEY COMPANY, 1212 Broadway, New York City. Or AGENTS EVERYWHERE. OAV1TAI. Vlll'li, $75,000. L 1. I. L tLLL. B8SS BSS T. I. I. 1. LLLL- "Wcdohcrobyccrtlfi-that wo aupervlsotho arrangement" for all tho Monthly and Quarterly Drawings of tho Louisiana Slato Lottery Com puny, and In person manage and control tho Drawing themselves, and that tho samo nro conducted with honesty, fairness, and lugood tslth toward all parties, nnd wa nulhorlzo tho Company to uso this certlllcate. with fao similes of our signatures attached, In Its advertise ments." COUMlssiostns. Wo tho nnderslftncd Hanks nnd Rankers will pay nil prizes drawn In tho Louisiana State Lotteries w hlch may ho presented at our count ers. J. II. OGLUSllY, l'rea. Lis. Nut. llimlr. J. XV. KII.llItKTII, Prcs. Slato N'au llauk. A. IIALUWIN, Prcs. N. O. Nstt. Hank. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I OVER QUAR1ER MILLION D18TRIUUTKI) I LOUISIANA BTATE LOTTERY COMPANY. Incorporated In IMS for 23 years hy tho Legls latnro fur educational aud charitable purposes, w Itti a capital of 81,000,000, to which n rcservo fuud of over tM,W has sluco been added. Ily on OTcrwhelmlnR popular Toto Its IVan. chlso w as mado n part ot the present Stato Con stitution, adopted December 'J, A. I). 1379. Its Grand Blnglo Number Drawings will tako plrt o monthly. It necr Scales or Postpones. Look at the follow In? distribution GRAM) MONTHLY DRAWING. At tho Academy of Music, New Orleans, TUES DAY, MAY 11. 100,600 Tickets at Fho Dollnrs Each. Fractions, lu llRlis, In proiiortlou. list or PRIZES. 1 Capital Prize t7000 l no. no -,ui 1 do. do 10,000 ZFrlzcs of WOO 12,0X1 S do. v,uou 1U,USJ 1,000 10,000 10 SO 100 SCO 600 1000 lltf. do. do. do. do. do. TOO 10.000 200 101) 60 ii J),000 30,000 25,000 23,000 arrnoxiMaTios rmzEs. 0 Arpro-ximatlou Prizes, t750 0,750 S do. do. 600 4,600 9 do. do. 200 2,250 p3c7 Trlzcs, nmonntlnB to fa,600 Application for rates to clubs should no inado only tothoolUcooXtho company lu Now Or leans. . Eor flirtkcr information wrlto clearly, ittlnj lull address, Postal Notes, Exrros Monoy Orders, or Now York Exchaugo lu ordinary letter. Currency by express (at our oxpensoi, addresacd ' M. A. DAUPHIN. New Orleans, La. Mako r. 0, Money Orders payahlo nnd ad dress Registered Utters to NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL RANK, New Orleans. La. MlSMO.tL TEAFNKSS-rrS CAUSES AND , CURE, I f livrtnn Ivlinu'ASilcnf tlcntVM)lCht VCUrS. Treated by most of tho noted speelalUts of tho day with no benefit. Cured lilmselr in threo months, nud sluco then hundreds of others by sumo process. A plain, simple, and successful homo treatment. AddressT.S. PAGE.lSSEast 2Uh St., New York City. fum-tuths-UtT 1TTTT'TT AND WHISKY 1IA1IIT3 iJL JvUlVL cured at homo without pain: book of particulars sent freo. II M. WOOLI.EY. M.I1., Atlanta.Qft. ilciO-dlW-Om T ADIES-JUST PURLISHED, "TREATISE JJ ou Self-Development of tho Fcmalo Uwt and Form." Colored Anatomical plato, mil explanation, medical opinions, Ac. walled (sealed) for 20 cents. Address P.O. DRAWER lll, Rutfalo, N. Y. EltSOXAr.GOJll'OKT. 1A1LY WALKS, ON EASY FEET, Aj In open air best prcscrvo health tmd longevity." Hence, tho cllto of tho world visit DR. Wl 1410 I'l Hotel). TinlnlM. knlli no.lr.lh,.r fool ailments, lilt. WHITE'S fortieth year of practice: hit tTfonty-IUU. lu Washington. Fee, 11 r sitting. .igZfeggy- TRATKixtf Qvian. rruffi?j,x?A?y..BNN8v,'vANi route to ?i,.SJf,H."lWE8r' AN" SOUTHWEST. SAUULTRACK.BI,I.ESDII)80K!JEIIY, W.TICKI. RAILB. UAUKiriCENT ECJUU'- JA$S wJAnVE WMnliwton from station, eorncrcth and II streets, as follnsrs: lor I'lllsbiiru nd tlio West. ChicttM I.lmltcit Express 1 of 1'Alaco Bleeping Cars at 0AJ . m. dally; I st Mno, 00 . to. dully to Cincinnati p-tid f-t, Iiil, with 8lceplng Carsfrom Harris bun? to Clnelnnntl, nnd Hotel Citr to St. IauIsi dsllr, tzecpt Saturday, to Chlrniro, with Sleep Icr Car Altoona to Chicago. Chicago and Cm. clonal! Express, at 7:10 p. m. dally, with Sleep, log Cars Woshlltiinon to Chicago, connoctlng at llarrlsburgwlth Western Express, with through Sleepers for Loulsvlltn and St. Iiuls. IMclila Express, lf p. m. dally for Pittsburg and tho " with through Sleeper Uarrlsburg to Chi. esi and Cloveland. IIALTIMOKB AND rOTOMAfl RAIf.nOAt). Ntntrflrn. ror jine, uaninnaig If, Conandalgua, Rochester, Buffalo, lOiOOJn. m. daily, except Hatnrday, With fal For Wlltli4mn,rt tiu.1, ll,..n ... t.i.i at 0.3 n. m. dally, except funday n52 llwl2ik."na.l 'Mti 7:13, 0.O0, and Sunday, yw a. m i-oo, 4. 10.W, aud II rffl p. nJn: , 'J5"c,.,,'P'css of Pullman Parlor Cars, ivi'iV1, J""1 ?P'm. dally, cTcept dunday. 1 or Boston without change, a na p, m. every for Brooklyn. N. V all through trains con. ncct at Jersey City with boats oflirooklyn An. ncx, ailordlng direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding donbloforrlagcncron Now York city. 1 or Philadelphia, 7ilS, 0. andll a. m 2, 4.-A 6. 10, and 1120 p. m. On Sunday 0 a. m., 2, 4CO.0, 10, and llfl) p. m. Limited Kxptcm, 9;I0 n, m. and 3.60 p. m., dilly, except Sunday .1 or Baltimore, 6 .13, 7:13, 0, 6 40, 9M, 11 a. m 12 0, a ,3.30. 4.-JO,4rJ7, 4:10. 0, 7:10, lo, nnd lira) P. tn. , On Sunday, 9, to, 11 n.m..2,4:.o. 7lo, 10, anditrJi nm. For Popo's Creole Lino, 7:13 a. m. and 4:10 p. m. dally except fcunday. lor Annapolis, 7:13 a. m 12A1 and 437 p. ra. dally, except Sunday, suudays. 0 a. m., 41VOP. m. A,,VT?A5?ll-,A . A.ND . FREDEIIICK8BDRO RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON RAILlltJAD. Tor Alexandria, Cm, 7:03, Wi, 11:01, ami 11:33 a. m., 2ft, 4r, IJ3, (lot. f.oo, nnd 11:37 P, m. On Sunday at C.W, 1 IM a. m 4 Xj, 8J03 p. ra. For Richmond and thoSouth, 0.00, 11K1I a. ra., opd 4.23 p.m. dally. Trains leavo Alexandria for Washington, CC0, 800, 10.00, lu:10 n. m.j Iw,3.fl5, 3r2t, S:lo. 713, nmll.42p. m.. nnd 12:10 mlJnlghtfcx crpt Slnnday). On Sunday at 8W ami 10.10 a. "."ir3 '. nn'1 10:12 p. m., and U:10 night. Tickets aud Information at tho nnico, north east corner of l.ltk street and Pennsylvania ntenuc, and at tlic- station, whero orders can be left lor tho checking of bsggago to dcstlna Hon from hotels and residences. J. it. WOOD, ,, , General Passengor Agent. CIIAS. E. riTOH, Oeueral Manager, ftilESAl'EAKK .TNT) OHIO RAIUVAY. (Uavj B. A P, Depot, Sixth and B streets.) 7:10 A. M. lor all way stations, Lexington, Ky., Louisville, Cincinnati, Coluraous. ,, . , ,niI fct. Jxiuls. Dally oxeept Sunday. 11 A. M. 1 or Newport News, old Point Com fort, and Norfolk. Dally except San day. 6:C0 P. M. For Louisville, Cincinnati, Bt. Louis, and Chicago, connecting for oil imlnts est. Northwest, and Southwest. Fast Express (dally)j does not stop for local business. Through Pullman service to lulsvlllo aod Cincinnati. I or tickets and Information apply to C. A O. rally, ny plllco, 613 1 Vnnsylvanla at cnuo, under National Iloto!! Virginia Midland railway cfllcc, C01 Pcunsylranla nvenue. aud 11. it P. station. Tclcphona call, 333-3. II. W. FULLER. FRANK TRlCO.G",Cml I'B'"l!nStr AgDt Eastern l'asenger Agent, TALTlMOnEAND OUIU HA1LHUAD. BUHRDDLK 1 EFFECT BUNDAY, DRtt 13. , lbhO, UNTIL FUItTIIKR NOTICK, ' It Wsililnptnn from station cormr NEW JEK8EY AVENUE AND OBIItKCT. For Cblcaro. 11:1 a. m-on.l Ifi Ki ... m.II. TkU.4U a. ru.lsafsst Umltwl Esprvss to ntt. linrgsndchtcajto.arrlrliij In lllulinra st 7S10 p. m., Chicago nut niornlng IH 53. No txtra fan Is cliarjtrd on this train for nut time. For Cincinnati, LotilsTllle, ana Ht. Lotus aillr at 3 p. m and lll.ld p.m., with ThroajU Uowhss and Palacasltrplng Cars lo above poluu, without cosnes- n p. m. Is a Fait J.lmltM Train to Clnclu astl ana St. Ixjuls. arriving In ClnclnnaU next morn ing at 7.45, Ht. Louis O-'lu p. in. No extra far It tunrKt-u vu luis irain lor lut tlulf and H 55 p. Detroit, lt: ally to PHUhurc. ClercUnd, ml For liAltlmoriinn ttMlr.1.v n ntl rt in Tnn .. .mi oirmiiii. inn ui nir.w.v. 8.30, and 10 OO a. m., 12. lu, l:4o! :l!in'(4J-mlo. utureln). U410, 4ao. :10 ,8.i0. d 0.7.00. 8i0, and liuti p. m. Kor Ualtimers on Sundays, fl 20, 7 JO, 8.30, and 7, H.23, and 11.00 p. m. 1'or Hlifnandoah V.ll TtAllrnul .n wlnt south, D.UO p. iu. dally, nn 1'ulliasa hlecixr Tasblncton ta New Orleans. For Annapolis, O 40 a. tu.andl2:ia and 4:30 p. m.( on Sunday. 81(1 a. m. and 4 40 p.'m. lor may stations letKcen Washington and Haiti, mora. B, fl.40, 8J(I a. m., 12.10 p. m 3.30. 4:40, 7, nnd 11 p. in. On Buudsr, H.3U a. m. and 1:29, 3130, 4:40, 7, and 1 1 p. m. For stations on .Mstro. rolllnn Lranch,7ll0 a. in. dally, eicept Hunilsy. and D 31 p. m. dally; 4:4U p. ra. daily, eicrnt Hull. plni.dullyucrptHunday. Kor Krtsrlck, 8.40 a. ui. u .... i. ui, umi, rxi-Tji. ounnar. Ilor llscprstown and Wlnchtsier, 8.10 and 0.43 a. in. ilia fi m p. tn. dally (icrpt Sunsay. Trains srrtr. from tba west dally.O:lo, 7:30 a.m.. l:l(), 0.30, and lti.:ui p.m. (New OrlransEsprrss)' iltom Annsiolls, h:m a. ut, and 1-.0U aid 0.20 p. m.S Uundsy, 1041S a. m., 0.35 n. to. Prom Lailnrton, Oilo p. m. dallyeiesntBanday. 'From Vrnterlck and lulsruiMlate points, 8 23 a. m. and 8:16 p. iu. dally sictpt Hunilny. Trains Irate Ualilmorefor Wasulniton at 5:10, 0.30, 7:10. H.4S, IP lift, and 10 30 a. m and 12.10, 2 CO, 3 OO, 4110, 4.20. 6 OO, 0 30, 7:4ft, O.OO, and 11.00 p. m.i on Bunilays. 0410, 7.20. h 4ft, and U.US aim., 1:30,' 2, 4r20, 6.00, iiiO, 7.40,0.00, and ii All trains from Washington ston .t Rrl.v Ht.tlon sjrprti:-K,u:in, nnd 0:40 p.m. Forrurttirrlnformalloa apply at tnt llsltlmor. ainl ohlu tlckrt office Washington statloaoiu and lUfil Pennsylvania artaue, corner ofPourtesnth strrft, ahere orders will If taken for bajcsajts to h. checked and received at any point In tha city. U K. LORD. O. P. A. B. DUNIIAM . Oeutral Manager. Baltlinora. W AWIINOTON, OUIO AND WK3TKBN KAIL On and after NoremberlO, 188S, trains will lean rroin and oiTlr. at Blub and U lUKtadepotaa follows: Lease Washington U a. m. and 4:4S p. so. dally. Arrive at Leeshurx 11 00a. ra. and 0 40 p.m. Ar. rite at Round II 111 at 11:47 n. iu, and 7:32 p. m. Its turning, leave Round 11111 5 Al a. m. and 1:28 p. m. Pass Iesburg 0.37 n. m. aud 2:12 p. m., aud arrlv. at Washington 8.3ft a. m. and 4:1 0 p. in. The train leaving Washington at 4: 1ft p. tn, and the train arriving at 8 33 a. in. ar. dally. All otbar trains ar. dally except Bunday. Monthly and comuutatlon rate, to all point., It. cki.L, Buixrlntendant. Alexandria. Vs. UTlSAlinOAT XiINES. rpo'NOROLK AND iTlimtlMdiujNltOE X AND THE SOUTH. Cheap Rate. nnd. Superior Accommoilatlons. bufo and commodious. Htr. JANE MOSELEY nt 6 CO p. 111., from Sixth st. Wharf. TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY. Stopping ai Colonial Reach going and return ing. Securo rooms and tickets at naltlmoro and Ohio Offices, 1U1 and Oil) Pa, avo., who will check baggage For lururmatton Inqulro at General Ofilco, Gth It Vi harf. Telephone call HI. ALFRED WOOD. 6cc'ynd Trcos. GEO. R. PIILLIPS, Siiiierlutendent. CLYDE'S NEW EX TRESS BIEAM PACSITX hlUK FOIl riHLADELFIllA, WABHINQTON, AND ALEXANDRIA. AT ArrOlNTKD 8AIL1NQ DAYS, From PHILADELPHIA every Saturday, 12 tn ihrousb and prompt connection with New York. From w ABitinuruH every juonuay, i-j n Ml.iUII, .'. IMIll,.UU Bll 1"V U. .IVIUM u, UU... Dills of Lading given. Fralgbl rectlvsd and dellv" ... r. uuz i.n n u.. General Agent., 1'hUadeJphla. j. n. jonnsoN vo., Agenu. 12th and 13th Ht. Wharves, B, W.. 1303 J St. Hi W Washington. O. O. ESTABLISHED 1811. CHOICE OLD WHISKIES! MILD, MELLOW AND DELICIOUS. Th. peculiar mealelnal qualities of Whiskey du tilled from the nnest growth of Hy. tn th. renowned Valley of tb. Monongahela hav. attracted th. at tention of the Nedtcal Faculty In tb. United Slate, to such a degree as to pla It lu a very high post, lion among th. Materia Medlca. v l..n1nvlilh attention of connolsHnn to t iiiui.ii.i piBLiuu. uu icimpoiuan nniiicnl 8:40 a. lu. dally) on Hundsy slops at all stations, lor Lulnslon, tftaunton, and Vallty Branch, 8.40 a, ui. Uslly eicpt Hunday. EorUafthrstmrir and lntcrmrillAte nolnut. nail a. in.. 13'tn.n.i li.on cur calibrated OLD WHISEIKS, which w offer at tb. following prices. IN OABK3 OONTAIN INU ONE DOZEN ISOTILEll EACUI Old Keserve Wlii.ltey, - - tl8 00 Unrivaled Upper-Teu Whiskey, 15 00 Ilrunswlck Club Whiskey . - 13 00 If you cannot ontain Ikes. Whlsklt. from year Groier, n.wlll. on receipt of Rank draft. Registered Letter or Postonlc. Mouey Older (or 0. 0. D. If prs ferrcd), deliver them to your address, by Express, charges prepaid, to all point, east of Mississippi river, or by freight to any part or U. B. (prepaid). For EXCELLENCE, PURITY, and EVENNESS OF OUAL1T Y, the above aro Unsurpassed by any hlskles In the market. They an entirely FKKK FROM ADULTERATION, and (waseaa a natural flavor and fine toulo propeitlH. . Thes. Whiskies at. told under guarantee to glv. perrect satisfactions otberwls. to b. isturned at oui .1 peusa. v Correspondent, solicited. H.&H.W.Catlierwood' 114 South Front St., FlillauelpMa. Howa'ork Offlo.10 Booth WUUan St 1 L A WttHiaittiKiHHfHMiH ...1.11:1 iii tfcr. ...iMIt.,. . - ..