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THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN : MONDAY MORNING. MAY 3U 18tf6. "
Price List from MONDAY, MAY 31, -UNTIL TOO Summer Gossamer Rubber Coat) at tl.Wl were mado up to bcH for 12. W; extra flno qual ity. Bites from 81 to 60. OtcuiQ Undershirts, all sizes 250 Medium Weight Undershirts, alt sizes... 8J0 Extra tins Balbrlggan Undershirts, all sizes. Medium-weight Bcotch Wool Under. thirls, all sizes...... Mcdlum-wclght Scotch Wool Drawers, UlllllM.. m . ,--...!.... Angola Wool Undershirts, all sizes...... " " Drawers, " Camels' Hair Undershirts, all sites. ... Jean Drawers, sizes 23 to 40 unlit-...". Burcrfluo English K Doso Very lino French Balbtlggan Hoso.. . A No. 1 Dress Shirt Hoys' PcTCalo Shirts........ French Pcrcalo Shirts, 3 collars St cuOs. Bilk, Ecars,alln lined...... . Bilk Tics, special prlco English Ilraccs, very fine Boys' Flannel Waists, extra quality.... Alpaca Umbrellas, good quality Gloria Cloth Umbrellas, natural stick-... Bilk Umbrellas, great bargains ...... Bilk Umbrellas, Sterling Silver Cap....... o coo 60(3 480 48a 90O 29a 180 210 Wo two 12S 190 ISO 2S0 11 a 110 1(9 1C3 260 Lawn Tennis Shirts, In all styles and colors, at. .11.25, Sl.W, 11.75, 12.00, U25, I2.M Clothing Department, Boys' Norfolk, Beenuckcr II 00 Mt&'s Norfolks, 8ceriuckcr t. 1 75 Coat and Vcst.Pcc'rtuckcr.'VJ'.'r.'.';. 2 00 Children's Butts ,...,.. ,1 S3 Children's Suits .'...,.,.....?..'. 175 Children's Suits.....'.. I..:... 2 00 Uoj' Bulls.... Boys' Suits...... Boys' Suits. Youths' Bulls.., Youths' Suits.. Youths' Bulls... 800 850 400 ((0 700 VM Men's Bulls i.i......n.r.i..m.!?!7 60j Men's. Bull....., .,..... ?.;.., .'' S 00, Nobby CbcvlotBulls .'. 13 50 Bquare and Round Cut Business Suits.'...' 12 Mi 4 button Cutaway Butts, now patterns 13 50 Best Indlgo-dyo Bjuo Flannol Bults. ..... 8 60 4 button Cutaway -Ulsgooil and "Cork screw Bulls.... 112, 113 60, Jli, IIS 60 Wo bayo an unlimited assortment In Prlnco Albert Butts, SInglo rants, and Alpaca Coats at prices to sulttbo times. Wo will bo pleased to ceo ) ou at tho popular EXCELSIOR 1217 PA. AYE. N.W. FROPKIETOR. Advertising. st AAAAA A Ait Tho most successful merchants liavo fre quently boon quoted as attributing their sue cess in llfo to extonslvo advertising. Now, wbtlowo ore ready to admit tho necessity of using printer's Ink In bringing our wares before the public, wo dlltor widely from somo as to what constitutes Judicious advertising. .This is our way : ScuDty-lho Cents. 75c. Sovtoly-live Cetils. Tho "Star" Shirt WaiBt for boys is about tho bost mado; it is certainly hotter known than any othor make. It haa boon oxton sivoly advertised in thla town as a groat bargain- at ono dollar. Now wo offor your oholco of ono hundred dlfloront pattorns of tho "Btar" at Bovonty-flvo oonta ottob." Good goods sold at popu lar prices is our idoa of oiTootlvo advertising. As it U with Boys' Bblrt Waists so It is with tho Boys' nndChtldrcn'sClothlnijwokocp, our stock of which Is oxtcnslvo and varied, em bracing every kind and stylo worth having. If wo tellour lloeit grades at prices charged elso nhero for medium grades It Is becauso W K BO. (This Isn't a lawyer's reason exactly, but It goes.) If wo sell our medium qualities for prices charged clsewhero for TRASH It Is be cause, having paid for them, tboy aro our prop erty, and weltavo tho right to sell them as low as wo please. An array of flguros4s dry road-icg-boBldes thoy count for noth ing' unless you boo tho goods. Thoreforo wo will only say wo havo Children's Bults from 81.25 to 810 ; Boys' Suits from 3.60 to 816, and in all tho intermediate grades. Wo prosont ovory pur chaser of a Boys' Suio -with a pair of'rollor skates. Wo believe, and our belief Is rounded on ex perience, that a thoroughly satined customer is the best advertisement a house can havo. In our eftorts to mako such ol every patron or our house, wo name Nine Dollars. $9. lltne Dollars. As tho price of Men's Middlesex Flannol Suits. Tho Middlesex Flannol noods no description horo; its a Btaplo artlolo and a Btaplo oolor. Ours aro woll trimmed, well out, woll mado, and wo guarantoo a fit ovory time. Our !9 Castlmoro ;"" aro sold elsewhere for 110. Our 910 Suits uro exclusive; not to bo found elsewhere. Our 112 Bults aro vory Mud umc, Our S15 Suits" are tho talk or tho town Our !ld.60 Suits aro much admired. Our tig bulls are beauties. Our 820 Bults are corker Our 822.60 and S25 are models of tone, elegance, and artlsllo skill. Our 8J0 and W Albert Track bults aro peerless. Wo havo an old-fashioned idoa (the only old fashion that oltngs to us) that morohants should not bo too roady in tho assumption of all tho vlrtuos thoy lack; juat loavo ono or two llttlo rodoomlng traits for tho roat of oroatlon to froezo on to. Wo, do not pre sume to advise anybody; wo merely givo OUll ideas of doing buslnoss, A The .GoluWagle VLOTHINQ OOMP'ANX, N..W. Corner 7tb and D Streets J, M. GRADY, Managor, ALL BIjTTE BiaXS.) CLOTHMHOUSE a Nr.tv place op "Nvonsiin'. Dedication of Metropolitan A. M. K. Church An Immense Crowd Present, Tho dedicatory services at tho Metropol itan A. M. E. Church, on M street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets northwest, begat) at 10.30 o'clock yesterday'. Long beforo tbo hour arrived for tho services to begin tho cbnrch was crowded to Its ut most capacity, and hundreds wero waiting outside unab'a to gain admission. In order to accommodate, tho waiting congregation tho basement or Sunday school was opened and that, too, was speedily filled and a special service conducted tboro. At tho hour named thoservlcosbeeanln tho church auditorium proper. Tha gallery, In front of tho choir, was tastily festooned with evergreens, and suspended from tho center was a beautiful design of white flowers with tho words "Songs of I'ralso" cmbeddod In different colored flowers. Insldo of tbo chancel and In front of tho pulpit raro and beautiful plants and flowers wero arranged in most artistic stylo and producing a most pleasing offect. Tha consecration sermon was delivered by Bishop 1). A. Payne,, of. mo r ignua ana Aiaoama coniorcnccs. uis Icxtwssfrom Psalm lxxxxtl, 13, 18, and 14 subject, "The House of God Formatlvo of Christian Character." After giving tho signification of tho term bouse of God, ho said: Tho homo of every man. calling him. self a Christian ought to bo the hottso of tied. But ovcry man bearing tho namo of Christian Is not righteous; therefore every ono besrlng that holy namo has not a homo which ho can call tho house of God. But tho homo ot every rtghtoous man being a consecrated homo, It Is also tha houso of God and tho gato ot heaven. Thcso Itwo statements, posltlvo and nega tive, ho said, demand that tho meaning ot tbo term righteous shall bo made plain and distinct. lie then explained at somo longth what tho characteristics ot tho righteous man were; resulting from this righteousness the fruits, he said, wero love for ovory man, mercy for ovory man, truth tor overy man, Justice for ovcry man, and protection ot tbo law for ovcry -man. Concluding, ho saldt "Brethren, this Ulblo, containing tho itospcioi saivauon, is morouian jocods ladder conrVlng heaven and earth, In which visions of angels and archangels may bo seen descending and ascending from earth to licaveni and thelndnlto God above reveallug Himself to man, from generation to generation, so that myriads shall bo con strained to say with tbo patriarch, 'Surely tho Lord Is In this placo and I knew It not norr urenciiui is mis piaco. intsisnono other but tbo houso of God and this II tho gate of bertven.',, PJantcdln this houso of tho Lord, no man need go outof Ills courts to seek science, philosophy, literature, or theology, or political preferment, or civil honors, or riches, or wealth; for any and oil may find them there and flourish In them there." . The dedicatory poem was road by Bishop T. M. 1). Word. A collection was then taken up to raise $3,000, "Which was needed .to meet a payment duo on tho church, and from tho liberal manner In which the minis ters and people responded, It Is certain that tho amount was raised. , Tho hew church' building Is Gothic In style, Insldo and out. Tbo front Is nn ex cellent combination ot, red brick, trimmed with granite Tho 'auditorium Is beautifully finished In ash. with walnut reed moldlnff In shellac finish. Tho galleries and choir are provided with four rows of seats, ac commodating COO persons. Tbo auditorium has seventy-six, semicircular scats, four aisles; entire seating capacity, 3,500. The design and plan Is by Mr. Samuel O. T. Morsel), a practical builder and architect of this city, who has faithfully superintended the erection of tbo church In a most thor ough and businesslike manner. Tho ma terials used In tbo building havo all been of tho very best, and tho work has been done to tho entire satisfaction of tho church. Services wcro hold In tho church at 3 ri. ro. beforo another very largo congregation. Tho sermon was preached by Bishop S. T. Jones, A. M. E. Zlon. Church, and at 7.30 p. m. still another sorvlco was held, tho sermon being preached by Bishop J. l Campbell D, 1). Yesterday will bo a day long remembered by tho Methodists of )Yaahlngton, and It will stand for many jtars" to come as a red letter day In tho annals of the church. Tho dedicatory ser vices will continue throughout tho woek, and tho following talented divines have been Invited and aro expected to bo present : Bishop 8. T. Jones, D. I)., A. M. E. Zlon Church ; Rov. Dr. Henry II. Naylor. of tho Toundry- M. E. Church ; Uov. Dr. J. O. Butler, Lutheran Memorial Church ; lion. Frederick Douglass, F. I- Cardoza, D, A. Stroker, esq.; itovs. B. W. Arneth, II. T.. Tanner, W. II. Hunter, V. J. Gaines, J. M. Towntend. B, F. Leo, J. C. Embry, C. S. Smith, and W. D. Jobnson. The Sunday and publlo Bchoolsot tho Dis trict aro Invited, together with tho trustee? and teachers of public schools. The M. W. O.sLodgo ot A. A. Masons ot the District of Columbia, and her subordinates; Grand Commandery, G. It. A. Chapter, 'and sub ordinate commandcrlcs and chapters; Dis trict Lodgo and G. M. Council, and subordi nate lodges, Grand United Order ot Odd Fellows, are Invited, and will each bo pres ent on tho evening designated. This afternoon at 0 o'clock the consecra tion of tho Sunday school room will take place, upon which occasion tho exercises will bo very Interesting, At 7.30 p, m. another mcetlnc will bo held In tbo church. when on address of welcome will bo de livered by Rev. J. M. Townshend, D. D. Ad dresses aro also expected from linn. John Bberman, Speaker J G, Carlisle, Hon. Wm. McKlnley, lion. G. W. Geddcs, Hon A. A. Itanney, and Hon. Robt. Bmall a Over 5,000 persons attended the ceremonies. Excur sions from Philadelphia, , Baltimore, and Richmond brought huge crowds. Tho present Metropolitan A, M. E. Church has grown from a -very small be ginning. At a meeting held In this city on tho 0th day o: July, 1838. In tho llttlo brick houso then occupied by Mrs. Cella Hlmras, between L and M and Fifteenth and Six teenth streets, It was resolved to purchase. a lot and havo erected a suitable place ot worship for the accommodation of the mem bers In tho western part of tho city. At that meeting It was stated that tho location of Israel Church was too great a dlstanco from tbo western, part of the city, "It being rather oppressive In summer season to walk so far to church and cold In tho winter season, tho mornings be ing also short and the tlmo allowed us 'a colored people' to pass with safety at ulghti without being subject j to molcsta. iiou." ai a inccuog oi uio nuiiaing com mittee, held Oct- r2, 1638, It was ascer tained Ibat $05 bad been subscribed toward the building. On the 18th ot April, 1810, a petition was presented to tho annual con ference ot the African.M. E. Church, then In session In the city of Baltimore, asking that tbo Union Bethel Church bo received by tho conference. After somo debato tbo Setltlon was granted. From June, 1839, to une, 1813, tho church bad 101 members on tho church roll. Tho first church build ing wss a frame building 30 by 43, built f it 1841. The second church was ot brick. 42iG3, built In 1852. Tbo prosont church Is 80x105, was commenced In Sep tember, 1881, and finished May, 1880. Union Bethel M. JE. Church has glvon to the connection onoblshop and twelve Itinerant ministers. Tho pastors from 1841 to 1880, forty-five years, have been Kevs. Edward Waters, Adam S. Druir, Thos. W. Henry, A. w, Wayman, William Moore, M. Blubr, John J, Herbert, Henry Waters, John ft. T. Morgan,Dantel Moore, J. D. 8. Hall. It. A. Hall,Jas. A. Handy, Daniel I'. Seaton.Danlcl Draper. Jos. 8. Tbompsou, Geo. W. Brodlo, John W. Stevenson, Geo. T. Watklns. I our stations ot churches have boon or ganised and fostered by tbo Union Bethel Church. Four missions have also been es tablished by the church. Great credit Is due to tho presiding elder, Uov. James A. Handy, for tliolnteiest ,holms manifested in tho prosecution of tho work; through bis good Judgment and untiring seal a plan was matured by which tho church was com pleted In ono j oar from tho dato ot its ao. ceptance. Tho present Ixmrd ot stew ards is: II, II, Burke, Alex. Berry, Geo. W. Jones, Wm. II. Walker, James Kicks, D. W. Hardy, F. W. Carter, Thomas Jones. Win. II. Ease, There nro at present teu classes, and tho following aro thq leaders ot tha same: Samuel W, Voucs, II, If. Burke, Moses Brooks. William Becker, Henry IlojUlu, James Ricks, Henry Curtis, Geo, W, Jones, ond Lemuel l'crry. I 9 I Conllruiatton by tho ArolibUhop. The Most Itcv. Arehbhhop Gibbous jreitorda afternoon adiulnlstoredtho rltoof court nnatloit at thc.churcli of tho fimnaculato Conception, Ushth aud N streets, lu tha proseuco of A vory largo coimreitutlon. The clim was tho largost cvercontlrmed In that church. It numbered neatly tuo men, women, and children. ' i m Woinps aro imlckly healed by St JicobiOIt, the trtatcu remedy known to mankind, COKallESSlONAIi roitucAsx. Probable TInratlonnr ths Session Situ Matron bt tho Tariff 31111 Mid Other Measures Hevlilng tho Sonata Caucus rrogrnmme. Vt hen tho Houso meets on Tuesday another clamor for consideration of buslnoss Is ox pected, Mr. Dunn demands a continuation of I ho debato on his frco ship bill, while Mr. Rea gan Is nervous over tho condition of his Inter ttato commerce bill, Both may attempt to secure tha floor, but there Is so largo n majority for Iho oleomargarine bill that that raeasuro will undoubtedly hold tho floor. Vi hen Anally that question Is completed tho legislative, ox cciitlrc, and Judicial appropriation bill will bo taken up. Should tlmo remain In tho woek alter tbst bill shall havo passed, tho naval ap propriation bill Is oxpected to domand and re ceive attention. It wss announced last week that Mr. Morrison would call up his tariff bill as soon as tho leilslatlvc, executive, and Judicial bill Is passed, but that Is denied upon authority. Mr. Morrlron tsysbo will not let tbo tariff conflict with tho consideration of appropriation bills. The Morrison men contend that (his moosaro will bo debated bsforo adjournment. Home of Hum say tbo bill will bo placed beforo tho Houso by the middle or June: that ft will stand aside when there aro appropriation bills to work upon, and thai It will bo pending at tho tlmo ConrrcM adjourjis over to Doiomber. This Is considered avcry plauslblo viow of the situation, and puts tho lime when Congress ran and will adjourn within tho bounds of dates made by Messrs. Itandall, Carlisle, Mor rison, and others from the sih to tho iSlh of July. In lbs Bcnato th ct'icus oommlttco ap pointed lost week will, at least to a consider able extent, control the order of business. The bills to forrelt certain portions of tho Northern l'sclDoland Brant, to provldo for taxation of railroad grant lands, and to establish n-unt. form system of bankruptcy aro unfinished busi ness and will consumo most of tbo tlmo. Mr. l'latt's resolution providing for tho consldera rtlon of cxccutlvo business with open doors seems doomed to go over to tho next session. The sponsors for a number or other moasuros on the calendar are pleading with tho Repub lican caucus for a chance, tho caucus or last weeK navins accompnsuca noinmg. too caucus cominltteo has resumed tho work of fixing an order of business for tho Immodlato future, Whllo tboprogrammo Is yet Incom plete, It Is conceded mat tho pending un- nnisnea measures, except ino open session resolution, shall bo carried to tho point of Action beforo any new business of importauco IS entered upon. SEW SUAtMHIt Ol'ISKA. A feenson of McCanll'a Oporn Company nt tho National Theater. With tho cnterprlso characteristic of tho managers of tho National theater, tho an nouncement Is mado that a season of summer opera, on an claborato tcalo.wlllbo Inaugurated at that theater on Juno H. Tho operas to bo produced wilt bo tho nenest and prettiest com- Sotltlons, and will bo Interpreted by the locaull companies. Tho opening opera will bo "The lllack Hussar," which has never boon heard In ICngllsh In this city, Several cbangoi bavobeen inado about tho theater which will add materially to tbo comlortof tho guastv. Perfect ventilation has been secured, and two rows ot chairs In the orchestra havo boon iroved so as to afford amplo room for tho re matntng seats. McCaull's comnanr will In clude all tho popular singers of tho winter season,- and iho operas will bo handsomely sung and acted. TITE COTJUT RECOUP. Circuit Court Justlco Hagner. Nlemlts vs. Trotter; motion for Judgment ovcrrulod. Mea. dor s.Condon; motion to strlko out second plea granted; leave to amend. Lnnghorn vs. llradrord; motion to set asldo Judgment over ruled. Jordan vs. Main; motion to sot atldo Judgmont overruled. 11(11 vs. Crltlo Company; motion to set asldo replication and for Judg ment overruled. Von Dcr Vcro vs. Coleman; motion for Judgment overruled. Assignment iur lucauay Mj3o, iv, ., u, .9,iv, u., uuu Criminal Court Justtco MacArthnr. John lilts and Charles E. Prentiss, convicted of mak ing falso entries, motion fur now trial and In arrest of Judgment overruled; scntenco tempo rarily postponed. rnocron, tho astronomer, has been predicting tho world w onld go to smash this year, but this should not deter pcoplo from keeping on hand Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup, tho great household remedy for coughs and colds. i Our Low Prices for lTino Shoos, should command tho attention of ovcry In tending purchaser. Ladles' gennlno hand-sowed finest curaooa kid shoes at M -Vi, worth U SO. Cousin's mako ladles' and misses' shoes, box too and French heol.or common senso wldo heel, at JJ.25, worth fcl Cousin's mako ladles' hand-sawed opera sllpiiers at 81 00, worth (2. Ladles' lino hand-sewed low Oxford tics at -!1, worth Sl.M). Mlwes' lino kid Newport ties, low button or Oxfords, at 75r, worth :1, Children's Vassar tlw, Me, worth OOe. Infants' genuine French kid shoos at 73c, worth tl. . v Men's warranted hand-sewed shoes, button, lace, or congress, at SI 7, worth ii. Men's llnocalt low Oxford tics at 1.75, worth S2.50. Men's very flno pcbblo goat pumps at tl, worth JIM. Men's low-quartered tics and Oxfords at 51.23, worth J1.76. Hoys' Una button or loco shoes at 51.17, worth 60. Youth's button, all solid leather, at SI, worth tl 25. Bojs' low-quartered shoes at II, worth f 1.60. rt o w 111 bo pleased to ha o you examine our stock whether you purcbaso or not. Ilrlng this advertisement with you for roferonco. Tnr HTAn shoe Houir, 720 Seventh street, bet, O aud II. l'ltclier Ilarr not Removed. Health OnicorTownshend on Saturday sent tbo following letter to the District commission ers: "I havo tho honor to forward herewith the rcsljrnatiott of Mr. George I", llohrer, as food Inspector, te tska c'ficct Juno 15, with request for leave of absence to that dato. I would recommend that tho reslgnatlou bo accepted and tho leavo granted. 1 would also recom mend that Sanitary Inspector T. M. Embroy bo appointed ns food Inspector,! that Mr. Clarence Welsh be appointed as sanitary Inspector, and Mr, Marshal Southron as temporary clerk In thlsofllcc." Dr. Townshend said last night that bo re gretted a statement mado In anjovenlng paper, lo tbo c fleet tbat tbe commissioners had re queued tbo resignation or Mr. llohrer. Tbo commissioners, he said, had taken no suoh ac tion. Mr. Dohrcr's act was purely voluntary and ho bad always been a faithful, olUclent ofllccr, for whom ho had tho highest regard In every way. Tha statement tbat Mr. Robert St. Ilarr had been removed or had resigned from his position was denied by tbo health otilccr. . i i No poison In Red Star Cough Core. No opiates. It Is prompt, safo, and euro, ' Capt, Italian's Successor. Lieut. Eugeno Qrllllii, who Is to mtccojd Capt.Mahan ns assistant to.Eiulncer Commis sioner Ludlow, graduated ..from West. I'otnt July 1,1871, On Juno 10, 1875, ho was appointed second lieutenant United States artillery, lie will shortly bo promoted to a captaincy. Col. Ludlow speaks lu high terms ot Lieut, tlrlnlu, and believes that ho will fulfill tbodutlos of his new ollleo acceptably. Capt. Maban, who ro tlrcslrom ollleo has only been a row mojths at the District building, and durlntr bis stay ho bnsmadomsny warm mends among the peoplo nuu huyb uai, utuiucM wtivv;.uua m.u ii.iu. . i MnlTalo Dill's Show. Bullalo Dill's "Wild West" will Inaugurate their season this afternoon at Jockey Club track, Ivy City, at 4 SO o'clock, rain or shine, and (outlnue throughout the week. The com pany comis with more general features of western llfo than overseen before. 'Iho Balti more and Ohio will run trains to tho grounds. i In all cases of neuralgia thero are certain localities whero pain Is more tutcuso theso aro tailed the ''painful 1-olnU." Hub tho "painful points" thoroughly when nflllctod wllb this disease with Salvation Oil, tho great pain annlhllator. 1'rtco, 2.1 cents a bottle. lint Nona Have Ileou Named l'plsora. The rostofllce Department, In respouso to a request from tbo residents or thrco small hamlets lu Tennessee, to suggest mimes for their newly established poslotllcsc, has select, ed tho following, which bavo teen accepted, "Mikado," "Yum Yum," aud "Nankl Poo." En homo Yovmis company aro headquar ters for every brand of Umo fruit Julco known to tbo trade. Herxos'a Oxera House. "Our American Minister'' will receive tho publlo at llenog'a every afternoon and evening this week, lhe Leland Optra troupe lifumou. lor its comlo and song powers. As They Cannot Possibly mako a porous plaster having an thing llko tbo medicinal qualities of Jleuwn t, thooamp followers of tho pharmaceutical profession pro duce tons of worthless plasters, and glvo them names which resemble In print that of tho fenulne, aud, when carclcstly spoken, sound Ike It. lor example, Cheap John druggists will oiler you trash variously styled "Capst nun," ' Coi-vicln," "Capslclno," or"CapuoIii" plasters, prefaced sometimes with tho namo Ilenlon's ' or "HurtouV We earnestly cau tion the publlo against tho whole trlbeof ihoin. Uhey aro absolutely ucloss as remedies for dis ease. To bo sure they uro ohoap, but plain nuulln Is cheaper aud uitaseilu.u,lmts. Ask for Dcnmn's, watch Iho spelling, and look for tho 'Thrco Seals" trademark, and the word "Capclnc," which Is cut lu tho center or the genuine. THE MAIUCBIS. Only n Moderate lluslnsss In Stocks, llntl'rlcea Mating fctendlly Upwards. New Voiik, May 29. Jlio goncral expec tation this morning was at least a moderate reaction on account of tho wcll-knowu dis position of many traders to close out all contracts previous to the holiday. How ever, there was a great deal ot thtsdono yesterday, and tho leading operators of tbo market considered that ycsterdayla dccllno was sufficient for tho tlmo. Tbero was only amodersla business, however, but prices advanced from the opening. Thero was a slight reaction toward ndou, but after that tbero wss an Increased business, and prices moved steadily up to the close. Treasury balances: Coin, $129.233,0lM;cur rency, $15,140,100. Quotations of Saturday's Btook Sales. Ths following 4117 rasrktt reports bars bwn furnlahM by J. Vnc Ltnts, krokr, L Urull building Eighth and F streets, bring ths most w Miiiiwum uivatw iofk ticnnngst Opng. High, Canada rsctflo. .. A .,,, Oenual l-clao,...j... t Low, Clsg ..5.1 .! 131 ), ISO u n sm 11-4 i loa in ca SIVj ion, 41 10,!ij sm. : n u, t si'k C B.sndCl.. .......... 1S3I& Delawart A Hudson, ssw lUUj SS't, isau, d is ax, Sli svv 108 IIS IS tm lotrv in, lO.Vi sn von, tlVs II m, io st SJH, 1J.1I 1MV, 1s six, 81 iS 110, st Sttt loll 1 10UV, sot, ;, 6 S3 1 t IIU, l eivt Ulnjiv 1134 Kris. . S Kansas and Texas. Jersey Central LaksBhrw , h. and N Missouri raelflc... Northttttttrn Northern PacUe.. N. l'.rrtr Km Tort Centre). Omaha Omaha jrer....... Oregon Trans. Oregon railway... j'aclncMsll....... Reading Bt. l'aul i, Texas radflo Union 1'aelflc, Westers Union.... OU, . S3 . till . SI . S7I, . 101 . Ill . St . T . ltrcn. i. 41h . KM, . 1 . 9 . SS ,. tm .. SIN .. .Ci . etvi QrAlll ami Provisions. Following Is lh rangsof prices In the (3ilca.ro market, furnished br 11. K. l'lala & Co , St. Cload. -uuimiuxi comer oi tiiam ana jr sireeu. Wheat June. July... Aug.... Corn June..! Jnly.. Aug... Oats Jane. Julr... Aug. Torx June. Julr.. Clsg" 7SS 7SV 70V, SJ1. 7 to, SIVi nil BIO n riv, ss" SB", ON, itt, CV, SIS s nv, i u S 321 s 41 8 2 8 1H, S SSV, S 40 8 i:- 8 llVj S 87', B S7Vi Aug 8 lit. B M ira June. B S7U, s SO July ( its Hint, on ou Aug i., 0!Vi S01 8 02V SeJMj Washington stock Uxchange, Ths following list of the most acUvs stocks dealt In on ths Washington Stock Kxchangs Is furnished by Min. Bell Co., banken. No. 14J7 X'tnnsyl. vanla avenue i Mav ID. ISSS. Bid. Asked Permanent Imp. Ss, 1891, coin, . remanent Imp. 7s, 1831, cur Market stocks 7s. 18M, cur,,,,, Water stocks 7s, tool. ear...... Water stocks 7s. 1603. cur 119 119 lIDUj 1U lUVVi liOMj 1S Fin7-rearrundedS,S3s,19!l,ciu"cr lV Twenty-year funded 5 p. c. isro.cur... U64 Twenty-year fund 6s. 1892, coin... US Thlrty-yearfundSs,l&02 coin 1Z4 hVvk ,Ytua. ana ueora-n iwum iiu sietropolltan Itallroad stock ColumMa llallroadstock... .60., .M.. .80.. 10. 17 4S SSI 40 ii4 CO so its 60 lit 112 60 ev, M lIMI tos" 103 ISO 13.", 103 V Korlb capltoi and o street.. Washlniton Ou Lltht Co. zo.. ait Georgetown Gas Light Co 11. l-ireinen's insurance company, zo.. Franklin Insurance Company, .S9 National Metropolitan Ins. Co .SO., National Union Insurance Co. .so.. Arlington Insurance OompSny.loo., a uorcoran insurance co ......... eu Columbia Insurance Company ..8. German.Amerlcan Ins. Co . . . . .100. . I'otomao Insurance Co. 28.. Rlggslnsurancs Co 8. Board rub. orks Green 8s Masonic Hall bonds. .... Washington Market Co. stock. ..80.. M ashlugton Market Co. bonds Wash'n Brick Machine stock. .100., Kal'1 Bank of Washington 20.. National Metropolitan Dink... 100.. National Bank ofllepub'1'i....ioo.. Farmers J. Mechanics' National Bank. Georgetown too.. 20V, 153 ntliens' National Bank 100., Second NaUonal Bank 100., M10 118 1SI21 lai Central National Bank 100.. Great Vails Ice Company. t100t Real Estate Title Ins. Co... .1100.. Pennsylvania Telephono-Ou..... so.. Chesapeake dt I'otomao Tel. Co.100.. U. B.Blrctrlo Light Co 100., National DafeDepoett Co 100,, 101 45Vl 71u MI 721, 70 10 ss wain, ugnt inr. 1st mortgage. ioo 9) Jlaltlmoro Produce Market May !!u. COTTON steady nnd quiet! middling, 0)0, FLOUlt nominally srong nnd quiet.) WHEAT Southern steady: western firmer, closing dull; southern red, &!Stc, do amour, D7'juc; No, 1 Maryland, soa. askod; No. i w tern winter red spot, Kio asked: Juno, io bld;Angust. 83!obIdi September, 83J40. bid. COIIN Southern steady and quiet; western earlor and quiet; southern while, 43.313c; do. yellow, J3wtie; western mixed, spot, UK'S) UK: June, 4134lkc; July, 4la bid; steamer, OATS dull and cosy; southern. 38,911c; western white. 3'fflllo; do, mixed, SSrjJSc; I'onnsTlrnnla, 37Q1IC. ItYi: llrm and quiet, at 7.1071c. l'llOVISIOX easy nnd quTet. SCO Mt copper rellned nominal, at 03i10c. WHISKY steady at 11.10M1.JO. Other articles unchanged. DALTIMORE STOCKMAhKlT. DAiniMonr, May 29. Virginia Cs. consoli dated Mc; post duo coupons, (duo 10-cos, aH; do, new at, OIH bid to-day. Mr. Jenks'a Successor. It Is reported that tho President has oflcrod tbe position of Assistant Secretary or tho In terior to cx-Iliprescntatlvo Iiaac N.Jordan, of Cincinnati. Tut Money on Thy Parso." Of what valuo Is monoy In thy purso If health Is not In tho body? How many rich men would buy a poor man's appctllo If thor could! lint rich and poor can have oqually good ap petites. Dr. Henlo)'s Celery, Itccf, and Iron Is within tbo reach or both) and It requires no long purso to restore health by Its uso. It Is the great tonle ot the ago, tho great nervlno and the gn at musclo producer. The faculty recommend It. C3TY ITEMS. Rowland Dintat. Association, 211 Four-and-a-half street northwest, throe doors north of Pennsylvania avenue. K. P. Howland, M. I)., O. IL Howland, D. D. 8., surgical, operative, and mechanical dentists. Extractions, under ni trous oxide, CO cents each tooth, and only -0 cents extra for gas, whether ono or a number of teeth aro extracted at tho somoslttlng. Havo administered nitrous oxldo to over 40,000 per sons. Artificial teeth 87 per set, Oold. amal gam, and whito fillings Inserted In tho bost manner. All work warranted first class. "ALDXRtiXY Dairy Waoons. 'Fresh Alder, ney Butter churned every morning and deliv ered In kpound "Ward" prints, at M cents pur pound. Also, cottage chcoso, 5 cents per ball; buttermilk, o cents per quart, and sweet mllx at B cents per quart. BiRxxixr, apuro ryo whisky, the bestonthe market 'ortho price, per gallan, il a quart, and Mr cents a pint, 28 cents sample bottle. Thorn, US V street northwest Dwn. HAYMOND Tbo Interment or the remains of tho lataDriEOATK John 11. It a mono and WITH, of Dakota, will take placu ou Monday morning, May SI, at 10 SO o'clock, st ltock Creek Cemetery. Ir lends aro Invited to bo present. LE1 IN. Tho funeral services o or tho re mains or tho ltev. Dr, Lnm will bo held In Trinity Church, Upper Marlboro', Md , on Tuesday, Juno 1, at 3 o'clock p in. Iralns leavo Washington at 7.13 aud Itiltlmoro at 7 a, m , 11. & P. It. It. Interment at Oak Hill Com etery, Georgetown, D. O. FltANK. On Sunday, May 00, at 12 10 p. m , Ciiauiu A., son or Julius A. aud Mary M Frank. Funeral from Haralluo M. IX Church, corner Ninth and P streets, Tuesday at 4. SO p.m. Friends sro Invited. UtrDKIlTAKRJta, vy It. BPEAUC, " - UNDERTAKER, UIO V STREET NORTHWEST. O-Evcrythlng strictly flrbt-class aud on tho most rcssonablo terms. Camp Chairs to hlro for all occasions. TETEPHONE CALL-MO. JOSEPH O. LEE, 1 omicrlyof Henry Leo's Sons, Undertakers, NhW AND COMMODIOUS WARFUOOMS, No. & Penns) l aula aveuuo N. W. -xa-Resldenou on iho premises - f AND 11-KAItAT GOLD (1LA81ES 1U from 31 lot7. Urailllaii Pebbles, iW Oilier goods lu proportion. VIENNA OPTICIAN COMPANY, COO Pcnnsyli anla Avenue, Opng. ltlgb. Low. :i TJ7W 72 sVffijjsKf wJ SZvaia Btojiks. STEINWAi Edward F. Droop, 025 Pcnnsylvanln Avenue, Bolo Agent for BtclnwayA Sons.CJablor, Dcckcj It Son, Marshall A Wendell, Hallctt & Cum iton, and other Pianos; Sterling Organs, Muslo and Musical Merchandise. Instruments told on monthly payments, ex changed, Hinted. Tuned, Repaired, Moved, Stored, and Shipped. Kow and Second hand Pianos of other mokes alw ajs In stock at low figures. Telephone, I7 2. tSAWDEHS 8c STATMAN, (jarvis nnrxntt in cuAitoK), 034 F BtrMt Northwest. Decker' Bros,, Fischer, and Estoy ESTEY ORGANS. THE r.l.AIUNO INSTItUJtnNTS. Moderate l'rlcca and Terms. Sold on liny HrKCIAI. ANNOUNCEMENT. rianos rented for uso nt seaside, In tho mountains, and at all summer resorts for any length ol tlmo desired. Pianos aud Organs tuned, repaired, and exchanged. Catalogues mailed frco upon application, KNABE PIANO-FORTES, UnefiDalcd in Tone, Touch, Workman ship, ami Durability. Second-Hand Pianos at All Prices. FJanos Tor Itont. Speclntly Aduptod (or Country and Seashore WM. KNABE & CO., 817 SIAKKKT SPADE. A NUMPEll OF HLIOIITLY USED UP. J.X. right and Squaro Pianos of our make, al most as good as new, nnd fully warranted, will bo rnld at a liberal reduction from regular price. WM. KNABE & CO., 817 MABKr.T BI'ACE. John F. Ellis & Co., 037 I'cniin. Ao. N. TV, Near 10th St. Tbo Oldest and Largest Music House in tho City. Pianos and Organs Moed, Tuned, Ito paired, Packed, and Shipped by Competent Men nt Mod erate Prices. New and Second Hand Pianos and Organs roit saiii ou hunt. JOHN F. ELLIS & CO., Telephone No. 18. 037 Ponn. Avo. Pkusoitai, CoatFOKT. SORNS, Sc.-"THE WISE FOR HEALTH on dally walks depend," and thousands DR. WHITE & SON, FOOT SPECIALISTS, 1416 Pennsylvania avenue Washington, and 11 North Eutaw st, Haiti more, for relief from and avoldonco of corns, bunions, disease! nails, aud other foot ailments. Fortieth year of practice, tin sitting. Swift's Specific. If nature's own remtd j, made from root- gath ered from lUe ffjrwta of GeoritiA. The abore cut rfprearQtstlie method of I la iiinnufUcturtt tweoty yeari apo, Tho demand hns boen crsuluiUy lu creasing until nflOO.OM) laboratory is now nrrM nary to aujply the trade. Thli preat VpIjio Blood I'uririer cures Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula, Kcteina, Ulcer. Ulitu mat lain, and lllood Taint, beri'dltary or otherwlae, without the use of Mercury or Totaib. THR HWIFT 8PFCIFIO CO , irawcr , Atlanta, ui. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." The Orlfflnnl untl Only Genuine. Kite mi ftlwajt BtlUM llsfiN of worihliNt ImllkUBa lB4ntiibit to LADIES. i klnhstsi'si s-lnd-llalt" Sir hmu& Uke do eU.er(r i (inmj) to fu rirUulrf tttttr hf return aiall NAME PAPER ChlelicattpChvwlpal Co.. " fi&MadUunqur,riilidiu.l'at. Sold by Drpnl-it OTcrywhrr Aik tr ChUtt ttr'a .uk1Uum 1'enoyruyai 1'UU TUi aubr 35C asa: Wm WILBOtt'S COMPOUND OP PURE COD LIVER OIL AND LIME. Wllbor'a Comnound of l'tlro Cod Llvor OlliindLltno. Iho adtuntagu of this i.oin pound over tho l'lulti Oil Is that tho uauseatluit toite of tho Oil Is removed, aud tbo wholo ren dered palatable Tho olleuslro tasto of tho Oil has lone acted as a great abjection to Its use; but In this form tho trouble Isentlrolyohvlated. Ahostof ceitlllcatcs might bo ulven hero to testify to tho cxrollenca and success ofMI'if bor"! OKI I d rOU and lime'1 but tho fact that It Is prescribed by tho medical faculty Is suf ficient, ForsalebyA.il. vtiLnon, Chemist, lloaton, and all druggists. m7-mwr 3w i X! WANTBnTO KNOW TUB DKUT TURKISH aud Russian aths In Washlugton, go to BhfdA's, en It st B.arOlh N, W.t ttfabiuhsilln 1B71; shstarwxr of 14 years' siptiisac. at this MUbllihuu... Clwed at 1 o'clock Bunday. llilf9 .JKC PnoroHAXJt. Pnoro8Aia foii miscellaneous hut 1'LIEH. DXPAltTXXNT orTItRlNTXnlOB Wasiiinoton, D. a, May 20, 1BS0. Scaled proposals will bo received at this De partment until 12 O'CLOCK M TUUI18DAY, JUNK Id, 1HM., for InrnlsblngmiscellaneotH supplies to the Department of tbo interior dur ing tbo ntcal year cndlngJuno'Il. IM7, con slating of brooms, brushes, clocks, flleholdors, porllollo drawers, soups, hardware, chilrs, carpets, desks, tables, dry goods, lumuor, forage, Ac , Ac. Blank forms of proposals, showing tbo Items and climated quantities required, will bo furnished on application to tho Custodian, room 101, Department of tho Interior, Proposals fromotherstban established manu facturers of, or dealers In, tho articles rcqulrod, will not bo considered. l'roixxals must bo addressed to tho Secretary of iho Interior, and lndorsol on tho envelope, "Proposals for Miscellaneous Buppllos." L, q. C. I.AMAIt, my21-nnw Ct Secretary. puorosALS roit ice. DrrAnTMENT or tub Interior, ahiinuto', D. C, Juno 1, 1SA1 Sealed proiisnls will 1 received until 12 o'olock noon MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1880, to fur nish this Department and Us soveral bureaus with a dally supplyof thebvst quality of North ern Ico for the fiscal year ending Juno DO, 1RS7, to bo delivered at such times and places and In such quantities as may bo required. Instructions to bidders will bo furnished on application to ino custouiau, room 101, Depart- I mont or tbo Interior. Prosrcnli lobo addressed to tho Secretary ol the Interior and marked "Proposals for Ice.1' I U C. 1.AM A It, Je2m.w,Mt Bccrctary. pit0P08AlJ3 FOII WASTU I'Al'ER. Dr.rARTHtST or Tint iKtr.nion. asiiinoton, D. U Juno 1. ItWd. Ponied proposals will to rocilvcd until TUKDAY, JUNK 11. 18M, nt 12 o'clock m for tho to Paper ot this Department and Its several bureaus for tho fiscal year ending Juue a, lr-87. instructions to bidders will bo rurnlshod on application to the custodian, room 101, Depart ment of the Interior. Proposals to l addressed to tho undersigned and marked ' Proposals for Waste Paper." I l. C. LAM A It. Jel m.w,r-6t . Secretary. "PROPOSALS KOR SUPPLIES. DxrAnTMXM op nix iNTnuon, Washington, May 11, 188(1. Scaled proposals will bo received at this do pattment until U o'clock m , SATUHDAV, MAY S", lWn, for furnishing supples, consist ing mainly ol Meats, Provisions, Dry.Uoods, bhocs. Drugs, Paints, Hsnlwaro. luel, Ice, Lumber, Ac . for tho uso of tho Government Hospital for iho Insane, near Washington, dur ing the flscnl year ending Juno 30, 18.97. blank forms of proposal, schedules of Items and estimated quantities, speculations, nnd Initmcllonsto bidders will bo furnished upon application to this department. L. IJ. O. LAMAIt, nylT.mwf-Ct Secretary. ZiBOAZ XOTICKS. IN TDK SUPRhME COURT OF THE DIS Tiller OF COLUMBIA, As a SpeelalTcrm Ihereor, holdcn this 18th day or May, A. Ii ISM, Merrick, J. Tbe rscIllcNatlonal Hank 1 or IloMon, plalnlllr, s. Henry M. F. Von Stamp, allaa II. SI. V. Np. 0931. Equity. Von btamp, defendant. I un motion or tho plalnlllr, by Messrs. rcrry nnd W ilton, Its solicitors. It IS ordered that tho defendant, Henry M. F. Von Marap, somo. times called II. M. F, Von btamp, causo bis nppcarauco to bo entered herein on or bo fore tho first rulo day occurrlug forty days after this day, othcrwlso tho tauso will bo proceeded wlthnslncosoof default. Tho ob ject of tbls sultlstocuforeo an cuultablo as signment mado by tho defendant on Stamp to tho plalnlllr of certain tcnlllcatus, num bered 2. :u, and IB, Issued by Iho defendants, Ulwsrd Clark, Samuel If. KautUnan, nnd Lew Is Clcnbanufts trustee!, tbo bolder or which ccertlficacs Is entitled, upon tho performance or certain conditions, to demand and recclvo rrora tho sold trustees proper coneyancos in fco simple ofcortaln lots of ground, particu larly discrlbed In tho bill tiled In tha said cause, of which lots somo aro situated In tbo city of Washington, and tho remainder thereof lu tho county ot Washington, ULitrkt afore said. Further, It Is ordered that publication or this order bo mado twice; week for threo successho weeks In tomo nowspaper, other than and In addition to tho Washington Law Ht porter, or general circulation, printed aud published In the city of Washington, District aforesaid W. M. .MLRK1CK, A, J, A truo copy. Test: R. J. JIEIOS, Clerk. .. lly M. A. CL VNO Y, Assistant aerk n;SO-tn!m,3w INTilE SUPllEMlTcSURT OK" HIE Did TItlCT OP COLUMBIA, As a Special Term thereof, holdcn this 18th dav of -Mar. A. D. ISM. Merrick. J. juwarnina . warren lc i ai., nuus, vs. Richard E. Slmms ct ai., dell. No. 0017 Eq. Doc. On motion of tho nlatntftlk hv Messrs Parrr and Wilson, their wllcliors, It H ordered tint tha defendants, lanuj L.O. Slmms, wlfo or Richard L. Slmms. hdward P. Slmms. aud Harry bimms, causo tbclr appearance to bo entered heroin on or btforo tliu llrtt rulo day occurring lorty dajs alter this day, othcrwlso tho cause will bo proceeded with as In caso of default. Tho object or this suit Is tbe parti tion ortalo of lot' 103 ofB. F, (lllberl's subdl Islon of squaro 075, ono undivided cL-hth In terest In ond lo lot 0, In square 570, and lot 0 of A, It. Shepherd's suhdhlslon of squaro west of squaro Gil. all In tbo city of Washington, District of Columbia, and all being tho prop erly or tho late Edward Slmms, formerly or tho snld city and District, with respect to which bo died Intestate. Further, It Is ordered that publication ofthls order bo mado twice a week for threo ucccxsio weeks In some nows paper, other than and In addition to the Wash ington Law ltcoortcr, or general circulation, printed and published In tho city or Washing ton, Dlitrlct aforesaid. nm. Ai. uiuvuiijiv, a j. Alrucconv. lest. It. J. MEiai, Clerk. By M. A. CLANCY, Assistant Cleric. myiu th,m-3w IN Till: SUI'IlKMK COURT OP T1IK 1)13 Tiiitrr ok coLUMiiiA. As aEpeclsl Term thereof, holdcn this 18th day of May, A. D. im, Merrick, J. Alice C. I'almcr, plalntlt.', 1 , 5-No 9035. Eq. Doc. Itobt. C. Craven ct al., dfts, j On motion of tbo plalntlll, by Messrs l'crry and llson, her solicitors, It Is orducd that tho defendants, Itobort C. Craven and Cora, his wife. Louis I. Craven and wlfo. Alfred K. Craven and wife, and Kllon T. Craven, nnd Thoraac, widow of tho law Tunis A. M. Craven, cnuso their appearanco to ho enteral herein on or beforo tho llrst rulo day occurring forty days alter this day, othcrwlso tho causo will bo rroceedid with as lu caso of doritult. The object of this suit Is to enjoin tho defend ants from setting up any claim of tltlo to tho firoperty described, particularly In tbo blllllled herein, being tho samo which was conveyed to Tunis Craven, deccauxi, by Archibald Hen derson and othersou tholtvth day of June. 18.17, tho plalntlll allegtnu that tho defendants aro estoppid from making any nut h claim, fur ther, it Is ordered that publication or this order bo niudo twlco u week for threo BticeuHslto wieksfn somo newspaper, other thau and In addition lo the Washington Law llcpnrter, of ccncrnl circulation, prluted and published In tho city of Washington, Dl.lrlct nforuxald. VIM, M. MKIIHICK, A. J. A truo copy, Test: It. J. MEIOS, clerk. Ily M. A. CLANCY, Asst. Clerk, mygMh,m,..w isUrilkME COUR1' OK STATES. THE U.NUhD No. W0, October term, 1885. lerm lt.V ZcnasC. Bobbins, appellant, ACR5"SSSiSt vs. Edward A Rollins. or tho District ot Columbia. Mr. John fiLldcn. of ootlnsol for the anneU lam. suggcstiil the death of IMward A.Ilntllns, lhe appellio In this lauso, and mured iho cojrt lor an order, under the 1Mb rulo, lo mako tho propir representatives In tho personality and In Iho realty of tho said decodim, In tho premises, parties- W hcreuiioii, It is now hero ordered by tho court that, unless tho proper representatives In tho personality and In tho realty ot tho said Ed aril A. Rollins, deceased, iu tho premises as aforesaid, shall voluntarily becomo parties within tho llrst ten days of tbo cnsulnK term of this court, tho appellant shall lo entitled to open tho record, anil on hearing have tho decreo reversed, If It bo erroneous! Provided, ho over, that a copy of this order shall bo printed in soma newspaper or general circulation In tho District ofColumblafor threo surcesslvo weeks, at least sixty days beforo tho beginning or tho term of tho Buprcmo Court then nest ensuing, A in ii. IJ, lbfiO. True copy. Tutt JAMES It. McKFNNEY. Clerk of tho Buprcmo Court or tho United Btatcs. lnylBtJt'J ANGLO-AMERICAN .Insuranco Co., No. 629 P Stroot N. W WASIIllfaTON, D. 0., :t88DB Fire and Marine Policies FlltAXGlAZ. rVV'AA'SAAAAA.VVVVVVVV-erVVAAAAAAAAAAAA D 'JH. I'CAIH, W. D. UlBBS B, K. Plain & Co., BROKERS. Stocks, Grain, Provisions, and Oils St. Clotul lialldlng, 9th and F SU. Chicago Corrcsiondcnts t Charles Counsel man & Co. City references: National Dank ot tho Re public Constant Quotations of Chicago and Now York Markets by Special Wires. Telephone. MA. J. W. WALBit. F. O. Brum. T. U CxorLiT WAISU, CROI'LEY & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, Stockn, Grain, Provisions, & Petroleum, 1410 r ST. (Glover Hulldlng), Washington. II. O. J. VANCE LEWIS, BROKER, Stocko, Grain, Provi sions, and Oil. I.R nnOlTllUILDINO, Hth and X SU. PRIVATE WIRES TO NEW YORK AND CHI CACJO. FAMILX SVBl'UKB, tsfWiWWi T ViA1'V.,.' csb amies, BTx.ni.iNn, MINNKOI.A, mivr KDOK, or GOT.UUN HILT, FLOUR, And you will always havo Beautiful Bread, Rolls, and Biscuits. Wholctalo Depot, corner First street and Indi ana avenuo. WM. M. GALT & CO. JjQTTXItlES. A Mutter or Chance. OniOINAL LITTLE HAVANA (UUU1.1) CO.'H) Decldeil by ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. ORDINARY CLAR9 No. 1210. JU.SE1J, lbSO. Number for Number. Prlzo for Trlro. With no Additional Prizes. 17,000 TICKETS AND C5I FRIZES. ECHEDULU. 1 Capital Prlzo .. r20,000 1 do 4,000 1 do. - 2,000 1 do 1,000 10 Priicaof jaw each- 2,0M 119 do. 13 " 11,175 0 Approx'tlons to 1st Prlro, f50 caeh... 4V) 2 " id " 5Q " .- 100 481 Prises, as above, being tho full num ber In tho lloya' llaana, anl 170 Additional Prizes or tX each to tho 170 tlLkcts having as cudlm? num ber tho two terminal units or tho number drawing tbe Capitol Prlzo ort20,000 8,100 Col Prizes, nmrmntlmr In D. fl Oold to .. 4 1,4.3 TICKKTtf IN K1KT11S. Minles. f.1 00 Fractions, pro rata. TUE KOYAI. HAVANA Ol HCIAL LWf DE- CIIIW LVICIf. I'ltlZK. A1 1 NTrt KVKitYW 1 1 K.UR. ALLntlZlJi l'AIUO.N 1'ItrWENTATION. CAUTION: Hoo that tho namo GOULD & CO. Is on your ticket. None others aro OHIO IN AL OR RhLIAIILE. Tor tickets, &o , address or apply to fillll'MEY COM1-ANY, 1219 llroodway, Ni w York City. Or AOENT3 KVKHYWHERK. OAl'ITAL l'ltlZIl, 100,000. I. I. sB8a L ' 1 I. ' L -LLLL I. illlZ BS88 "Wo do hereby certify that wo supervlso tho arrangements for all tbo Monthly and Quarterly Drawings of tho Louisiana btate Lottery Com pany, and In person manago nnd control tho Drawings themselves, and that Iho samo aro conducted with honesty, ralrness, and lu good faith toward all partlca, and wo aulhorlzo tho Company to use this certificate, with fac similes of our signatures attached, In Its advertise ments." CouuissioMKKS. Wo tho undersigned Banks and Bankers will ray all prizes drawn lu tho Louisiana Btato Lotteries which may boprcscntcd at our count ers. J. II. OOLESnT, Pros. X.is. Nut. Hank. J. tV. lULIIKKTIf. Pros. State Nat. Ilauk, A. 11AI.I)WIN, Pre.. N. O. Nat. llank. TJNrRECEDENTED ATTR VCTION I OVER HALF MILLION DI3TUII1UT1U) I LODISIANA BTATE LOTTERY OOMPANY. Inrornorsred In 1808 for 21 vears bv the LceIs. lsturo tor cdncstloual nnd charitable purposes, with a capital or tl 000,000, to which a resorvo fund of over tuo.voo has slnco been added. By an overwhelming popular voto Its Iran chlM) was mado a part of tho present Ftato Con stitution, adopted December J, A. D. 1879. Its Grand Single Number Drawlugs will take place monthly. It iiout Scales or Postpones. Ixwk at tho following distribution : EXTRAORDINARY IJUARTERLY DRAWING Al tho Academy of Music, New Orleans, TUES DAY, JUNE 13, laso. 100,000 Tick cts at Ten Dollars Each, !o. Filths, 12. Tonths, 51. I.itT or ritlztA Halves, 1 Capital Prlzo ol Kituiul Prize of 1 drand l'rlzo of 'Jlrgel'rizcsof 4 lJimo Prizes of 20 Prizes of M do loo do 200 da. &$g3 IM.OOO. J150.000 M.00O. 60,000 20,000 20,000 10,(Ml 20,000 6,000 20,000 1,000. J),(U0 BoU 23,000 WO 80,000 W0 40.0U0 GOO da. 100. 1000 do. 60-, co.au 60,000 20,000 10,000 7,500 AI-PBOJIMATION 1'KUtS. 100 Approximation Prizes, J-J00 100 do. do 100.. .. 100 do. do. 75 227'J Prltes, amounting to to.M.MO Applltatlon for rates to clubs should bo mado only to tho ottito of tho compauy In Now Or. leans. For furtker Information wrlto clearly, clvlug full address. Postal Notes, Express Money Orders, or Now York Lxchungo In ordinary letter. Curroucy Invariable by cxprvss (at nur expense), ad- dreucd M. A. DAUPHIN. Now Orleans, La, Mako P. O. Money Orders payable and ad dress Registered Utters to NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL HANK, New Orleans, La. SAM'L SHEDD GasFliturool Gaa Ftxturosl Blato McintolB, Latroboa, Ilangoa, Furuaooa Flumblns and Tlunlns 400 ninth"stobbx N. W. Tsatmzmr's Quins. THE GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE TO TIIRNOItTII.WEST.ANDSOUTIIWFr MENT ' MAH",I0-T101PJ '"sSfrf. ?,n'1 D ,,ic?t' M lollows: ' vfSlU'i.fffi.ZBW Wot, Chicago Limited "Press or PsJaco Sleeping Csrs at om a. m dartyj Fast Line, 9JS0 a. m. diliy to cinclSnSi iirL "'vjuuo,, nuu iiifvji Mr to oi. J)ail! dftllr. exrfnt RuritPfisiv ts D.IA..A i.i! if,. J Mln-f Uoon tf ChiCAffo. Chicago and Cln l. ... .V .. Mnt.j iur ri.uuunr ana laa rsKcleVcMn!,.81' Usrrl",B to BALTIMpItE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. KIsmm in' ftn"1? Itochestcr. BuiTalo filfr... 1" 00 p. m. dally, oicent Hatnr.ia- FSrmuffrS!2 "r,h"JWn tol&heT; T' at o i. ." m."!?rt' JKlt ren. and Elmlra. rA5,!J!.,T' elP l Hnndsy. ' iiJS. S.wlf2r.k.n1 '"o I"., 7 15, 9:00. and ij.J-", 15, 10t, and ll iC n7 On m M&S?,i m5o. IS. 100, andlpr? ncx. nnorulnar dirrrt trnnfA . i...i.'t vi TWdlgdodblflfeIaJcKwYo7kr; vk. i?--..r- n ! '-. m SIi jnnPolls, 7 15 a. w , 120J and 4-53 p. ?15p "S oxccpt Sund4T sundavi. Lo.; W ASIII.SOVON RAILROADNDI"A ANU .,r Alexandria, 8u, 7O0, 9-25. lljii. an.l J1" a. m. 2W.4-M. IA o-Ol.T-oi and 11 J7 j m. On Sunday at , B, 1W1 i. m.. 8fl3 705. nnd 10 U p. m , and 12 10 rnlin!..' " ?.W, P Sd atIOg Sani'loVo": m: 705, lo 12 p m , and 12 lo nhrhiT flckitsand inrormitloSat thooMce north cast corner or nth street and PennsViranii KCi;n0;n"rn,L,,th1.,ul"n' wherooXscan .onmrihoaf,hankd1;a0,odw"-" J. It. WOOD. jmAfc T. PU(lIlPoneu'?rrM'aWna1cr.Agen- QHU3APEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY. ll.ljA.JI.-loralf way stations, LoTlngMn. ?.?rf'E. ?'".,1,c'. CH'clunall, ColumDus 11 A M -Fow'i?"' txre?1 Hundiy. ' ii A. M. Jor Newport News. Oil I'otnt Com. fort, and Norfolk. Dally except Sun 6 30 P. SL-For Lonls, lite, Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Chicago, connect ng fhr all minis W est, Northwest, and Southwest. Fast Express dally); 'docs not .tip , or loSl bosIncM Through Pullman service Tto .,Louls Ills and Clnclnnali. "crylc0 w For tickets and Information annlr too AO siotlon. rcnn'5:1,ri"lla Tcnuc, and B. & if. Tclcphono call, 533-3. ,, n. W. FULLER, FRANK TniGO, "ml ""S" Agent. Kasteru l'ascnger Agent. J3AL11MORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. Echcdulo in cltect SUNDAY, MAY SO lisn until further uotlco. M-lW. Leno Wiishinctrii rrom station, corner or New Jersey aunuc nn.l street. ' lor Chleatro 10 a in . nnu nr.io n m.. dally. lIHiburc and C htcsgo. "arrlV ,g In I'lKKirg "t i 3 p. m Chicago nest mornfnz at g nK extra faro is charm.i Av. .hi..?.1. 'J?! J0. inotuwn m i-j i-ai Umltod Express for lime, .uui ror rass I or Clnclnnatll, Ixmlivillo. and St Louis dull, ut ..in'ci, and W w p. m witli through coaches and Pahico SleepYns : darj to abovo points, without change. Tw p.m. is a fss Imited train toClncinn ill an'lfit. Louts H1."?lJnn",clanM1 "oxt 'nornlngat 7.15t St 51 SwM " 0,'; ".T1 8l"-f h"i Cars to nttsburg For Natural llr hire. Lcxlnirton and Virginia Springs W.iy p. m..Vvllh bleep?"!, tors, daUy. For Ilnrrlsonhim- ,,nrt iX.i 5r.r;.. . dalfy aMi'' CXCCP' Buuaa'',,ni1 WW P. ni, . siss'SoTa0 ' r,c2ci:tes3 fis iiwi! m3?' "& B''.W' "4s-S,'and ia ?i w p. i5?' ' "- 1:w 5 10' 8 10' 7''J' lor Shenandoah Valley Railroad, and nolnla fouth. 0 JO P; m , dally, w Ith lUman falwper! ashlugton to New Orleans. """" 'P.ri For Annapolis, 0 10 a. m , and 12:10 and i Jtl p m , on hunday, S.M o. m.. 1 1 j n. m. lor way statfons bciucoa Waihlniton ami jiaiiimorc, a. fio, 8 Jo a m.. U in n m s i) 4 40. 7 00. and 11 -m n m n lS..,.l..p.m.1, 3 tin tti dally, p. ui.. uauy. excopt Sunday, ror nrlhclnal rta u "on Metropolitan nmuch, (. t" a. ra , f.!ill.2?"2?y. ,,t01" M. statioiti. For d,nYy,Lnef,ft'huWn'dy,::00 m- M. - H.Blni.if I'V? fr,i". ",0 Wc" J'iy. o-w. ita Lprcslj. ' ' ""1 1 9) p,m- (vorOrlin3 From Annapolis 8.30 a. m., and 1.50 and 5-25 m., Sunday, lo J a. m.. 0 -. p. m. t. - . .. ..-:r.- ,, . " -. i". wi. iium ii. ra rerry and vul ey II Z,m f.J0 ' Ually' iaa S M P- m- lIa'I. Railroad, cxeopt From Frederick ami lntr,nn.ir..(n HAi... o .. a. m., and 8 15 p. m . dally, oxooptSunday' . ,Vy?i iMVU l'noro for WashtnKton at 610,6U).7W,9W, S-03, and 10 30 n. ml 15 2 JO J, 1 4-Ji. 6. a. 7.45, 0. and 11 p7rn.f mi faundoj, 0 w, 7rJ0, llw, and Dfliuin u 2 ,?lAJC't0jf so..,'w' 9' nd ll-oo p. m? ' ' All trains Iroui V athlugton stop a Relay Sta tion except IrSl, .1.15. ami a 40 p m. lor further Information apply at tho Baltl. inoro nnd Ohio Ticket Ollleo Washluitou St.i Hon. Cljan.1 1WI PcnnsyHanlaaven " , (Sri cV of Fourteenth street, whero orders will bVwkcn for bapgagB to bo checked and roeelve 1 at auy . Pen. Manager, Baltimore. '' jy AMiiNQTONronio AMiTwEaasaiur. On and after NovemUrTSi 1888, trains will leave bI?wf? " B,,,h "A ""Udspotas Lai Washlugton O a. m. and 48 p. ra. dallv. Arrlvt at Ufthurs 11O0 a. m. sod 0 45 v. TmTjiTl rHealItpuumiriratllH7a.in.and7-ip.m. It,! turning, Ijavs Round Hill 8.81. a. m. and lMp. m. l'ass Uburg O 37 a. m. and !l.ia p mii arrlvs at Washlnston 8 05 a. m. and 4 10 p m. Ths train leavfiig Washlniton at 4 43 p. m. and ths i train arriving at HM a m.arsdallr, iUlothtr Ualns are dally exespt Sunday. i"m Nonthly and commsuuon rates to all points, n utrr.r. Boperlnlendtnt, Alezandrta. Va. BiXsUinoAT XiZtfEa. l XAII IY 'LINK lo NORFOI.lTFORr. IJ iaSS MONROE AND THE SOUTH. Cheap Uaieasand bupcrlor Accommodations. First clns tare tl, round trlpjli). Safo nnd commodious Strs. LADY OF LAKE anaJANl. MOSKLKY DAILY, " atSlflp.m, from Sixth st. Wharf, Stopping at Colonial Beach, Plney Point, and Cornlleld Harbor going and rcturnW r,w'u.,,r.S 00?.1", iin' " at Daltlmoro and Ohio Oillecs, 1351 and 619 Pa. ave,, who will check tiat.gago. For Information Inquire at General Ollleo. Cth St. Whut. Telephone call t). '"" ui ALFRED WOOD. Sec'y nnd Trcas. OEO R. i'HLLIpa. StiDerintendcnt. J-)A1L UNE TOjUgjWOLK AND FORT COMMI'XCINO BAIUKDVY, MAY 15. ISM. bTFVMtR8 UrOIUlK LERY AND EXC'KI.SIOK. .. TIIE l-OPUHIt ROUTE. ACCOMMODVTIOSS 1 IIIST-VLASS. STATE ROOMS LAltlli:. AIRY1, AND COM- FOinAHLE TABLES ABOUND WITH ALL THE DELI. CACIhS OF T 11 E SE bON, Dally (extent t-uuday) at 5 JO p. m. from Sov- cnth-strect wharf. l"or ftirther particulars ap- ply to Compauy'sottlcc,foot of 7th st. Telephone No.7l.V3. WM P. WLLClI, my!2-tt General Agent. CLYDB'B NKW JCXrBEHS BTBAM PACKET LINK FOR PHILADBLriHA. WAHUINQTON, AND ALKXANDItlA, AT AITOINTKU BAIUNO DATS. rrom rillLAUKLl'lIIA every Batunlay, la m mm WASIIIhUTON every Monday, 13 m. Throurh aud prompt connection with Nsw York, noatuu.Kall River, and all points North Throush Bills of Lading lv. Frtlght ncslved and dsllv sitd dally until 0 p, to. W. P. CLYms & tXJ . . inni1 Agents, Phllsdslpala. j. n. jonnsoit ou. amuu, 12th and lath Ht, Wharvss, B. Wm Il V st, H, W Washlstun, D. U. pUOTO-ENaEAVINQ. Hsvlng recently Fitted up a pnoTO-KNaiuviNa establishment In connection with my Patent Process I am prepared to furnish ILLUSTRATIONS FOR NEWSPAPERS AT SHORT NOTICE. MAURICE JOYCE, 418 Eleventh direct Northwest llfrrl.b!l!ion. '5,ca wnnortlng Yt I !I2!S.U J?.w,ltn,Wc ernEiprcs,wlththroiJgh Blcepers for Loubnr lie and 81. fmtc pnfln J-XTireas. 1ft . "riniiaaeipiiia, 7:18. 0. andll a.m a i iv 0 10 a. m. and 3M p. m., dallrToicent Siihd if?;iO?.0.6nd8,?5SVm'?ii-'"' d 1.80, a 30, 4 40,- 7-00. aud lltjupTrn. For it ons on MeiniTv,iii.n ii...,r ' I.' t"1 Cieertbundoj.aiidti Jln,in.'. dally: 4 4j