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THE NATIONAL .REPUBLICAN : MONDAY MOHNING. JANUARY 4. 1880-
i to SURPLUS INDIAN USDS. (JEN. SHERIDAN AMPMHES SUAIi IIEI'OIIT. 1IH How llio ltcil Miin'a Ilxtrn Kent Ilstnto Slny lit, Simla lo Support Illiu-Ilnlf n Section for Ilncli l'nmlly nml 170, 000 .Square. MIIck lo Spare. In rcsponso to a request or niltlltlonal Information explanatory of tlio recommend ations of lilt last I trauat report In regard to tlio Indian question, Ucut. Ocn. Sheridan bat written tlio following statement: IlBAUOUAllTEim ARMY OP Tllli" UstTr.D (states, Wasiiisoton, D.C.Jan. 3, 18b0. In my annual rcportforlS85I recommended tliat each Indian family bo given, and lo cated upon, tlio 820 acres now provided for them by law In caio of actual settlement; tliat tlio government tlicn condemn tlio re mainder of each reservation and buy It for $1 .23 per aero and with tho proceeds pur cliaso government lxmds, to bo hold In trust by tlio Interior Department, giving to tlio Indians each year tlio Interest on tho bonds for their support. I cited In Illustration of what would bo tho practical workings of this suggestion tho caso of tlio Crows, tlio Clicycnncs, Arapahocs, and tho Utcs, but tho limits of my report did not permit n fill 1 elucidation of tho advantages that would nccruo to tho Indian, nor oven an Illusion to tho larco amount of lrnd now hlrnr Idlo that would thereby bo opened to settlement and Incrcaso by so much tho material pros perity of tho nation. When It Is attempted to deal with this subject moro in detail, n diniculty Is n, once encountered, In that neither tlio ac tual area of tho various reservations has been accurately determined, nor tho Pop ulation of tho Indians occupying tlicm known within moro than approximate lim its. It will, therefore, not bo posslblo to show tho exact workings of tho method proposed, but only n general summary cov ering tho coses of tho larger reservations in each territory, nml tho most populous of tho different tribes. Similar statistics for tho smaller reservations arc, howovcr, In cluded in tno accompanying mines. Slnco thoappropiiatlons for tho support of tho Indians aro not In every caso mado ppcclflcally for those upon any particular reservation, but rather collectively for those Inhabiting somo state, or territory, In making comparisons with tho sum now required for tlio subslstenco of tho Indians and tho annuities allowed them by treaty, tho aggrccato for a territory, or for sovcral territories, has necessarily been considered rather than for each trlbo or reservation. In Dakota tho principal reservations aro tho Fort llcrthold and thoso Inhabited by tho various bauds of Sioux, Tho Fort Bcrthold reservation, with an area of over S,t)00.000 acres, has a population of 1,800 people: tho others tho Crow Creek, Old Winnebago, and Sioux au area of nearly 22,250,000 acres and a population of about 25,t00. Carrying out tho proposals of my report would, In tho former case, afford an nunual Income of over $140,000, and In tho latter case, a surplus unoccupied by tho Indians of over 20,500.000 acres (over a!,000 squaro miles) or an extent of territory equal to tho combined area of the states of ev Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, and Connecticut, tho proceeds of which at 4 per cent, per anuum would yield an Interest of over $1,000,000. With two of tho smaller reservations tho Devil's Lnko and South Mountain area 2T0,4SO acres, population over l,b00, nearly half tho land would bo required by tho Indians; In this caso then tho incomo from tho surplus would bo small, being a little less than $8,000 per annum. In Montana tho Hlackfcct reservation contains oyer 21,500,000 acres and a popu lation of less than 7,000 Indians', tho sur 5 us land, equal to tho area of tho stato of lalnc, would thon return an Incomo of $1,000,000; tho Crow reservation mentioned In my report could In a similar manner bo mado to produco au annual sum of $223,000. Considering all tho Indians and reserva tions In tho territories of Dakota and Mon tana, wo liavo an aggregato area of over 114,500,000 acres and n population of less than 45,000. Tlio surplus aren of nearly 81,000 squaro miles (almost equal to tho -entire State (it Kansas) would produco au annual Interest of over $2,500,000. Tlio appioprlatlonsfor tho fiscal year ending Juno 30, IBM), for fulfilling treaties with tbeso tribes aud for their subslstenco and civilization and tho pay of tlio employes Incident to such undertaking, amount to about $100,000 less than this sum. In Wyoming tho Bhoshoncs nro located upon tho Wind river reservation. Ono hundred and seventeen thousand dollars per year could bo derived from their sur plus land. In Idaho tho Fort Hall reservation, occu pied by tho Bannocks and Shoshoucs, would in tho samoway produco each year $55,000; tho Cocur d'Alcno reservation $23, 1)00. In theso two territories of Wyoming and Idaho tho total area of tho reservations Is nearly 5,000,000 ocres, tho total popula tlqu nearly 0,000. An area of nearly 7,200 equaro miles, almost equal to tho stato of New Jersey, would not uo required for tho Indiana, and an Incomo would bo yielded of about $233,000 a sum moro than $100, 000 In access of tho appropriation for tho current year. in Oregon tho most populous reserva tion Is tho Klamath, with over a million acres, but less than 1,000 Inhabitants. It i would yield nearly $50,000 a year. Iu .Washington territory tho Yakamas, about 8,200 In number, occupy tho reserva tion of 800,000 acres of tho samo namo. Here tho surplus laud would bear but $30,000 a year. In this stato and territory tho reservations, with a total population of about 16,000, embrace 8,400,000 acres, or about seven and onc-thlrd million acres more than would bo required by them under the plan proposed, which would produco per annum $370,000. or about $300,000 moro than Is appropriated for theso Indians. Tlio different bands of Utes la Utah and Colorado number about 8,050, and their tescrvatlont Include over 5,000,000 acres, of which tlio surplus portion would produco a yearly Incomo of $240,000, or about $175,000 moro than Is being disbursed this yoar for their benefit. In New Mexico the Navnlos, on tho res ervation of tho samo name, havo now over H,00O.O00 acres for a population of 23,000 people. Hero tho surplus Und would yield over $330,000 a year. For tho surplus lands of tho Mcscalcro Apacho reservation tho Incomo would bo nearly $20,000. In Arizona tho principal reservation Is tho Whlto Mountain, with tho agency at San Carlos. .Considerable uncertainty ox Ista as to Its population, but It is probably about 0,000 In tho vicinity of tho agency, and 2,000 more making 5,000 In all who aro now engaged In fanning and Iu efforts tomako themselves self-supporting. Tho latter would, however, bo entitled to all tho benefits obtained by tho agency Indlaus In any scheme looklug to the promotion of their general prosperity. Carrying out the .proposals of my report would loavo a bal ance of considerably over 2,000,000 acros, with, according to the plan advocated, about $110,000 per year. Considering collectively tho Indians of New Mexico and Arizona, wo have reser vations embracing sixteen and ono-halt million acres Inhabited by nearly 63,000 people. The surplus land would Include iibout thirteen and thrco-fourth millions of acres, about equal to halt tho stato of Ken tucky, which would yield, according to tho plan proposed, nearly $010,000, a sum greater by $350,000 than that appropriated for tho curt cut year for tlio support of theso Indians, lu tho Indian territory tho Choycnnc and Arapahoe, tho tgtowa and Comanche, and tho Wachlta reservations embraco over eight million acres, tho population Is about 7, 1 60, tho incomo from tho surplus land ($375,000) would corao within $75,000 of iquallng tho amount appropriated. Con hiilerlm; all thb Indians lu this tcrritorv. wu have a total of ncaily 80,000, un extent of reservation of ,thlrty-ono aud one-half mil lions of acres, oxcludlnc tho Oklahoma country, which would produco an annual Income of "about ono and ouo-thlrd million dollars. Tho Indian reservations of tho Unltod States contain about 200,000 squaro miles, and tliclr population is about 200,000. Twenty-six thousand squaro miles would locato each family upon a half section of land, leaving a surplus of about 170,000 squaro miles, which, according to tho plan I have proposed, would produco annually $4,460,000. This amouut exceeds by about 4000,000 tho cutlre sum appropriated tor the payment of their annuities and for their subsistence and civilization. The policy advocated In my report would be most advantageously applied gradually, AX tho general government of tho Indians being continued according to tho methods now In vogue, or such Improvement of them as times and experience may suggest. Tho ultimate development of the suggested policy would, as tho Indians ndvauco In civilization and Intelligence, result In tho return to them of tho principal derived from tho salo of their lands, which, until such measures wero authorized by act of Congress, would bo held as a trust for their benefit, and tho Incomo applied to their support. . sociirrv yoTjca. Tlio first week of tho now vcar opens with much gaycty. To-day tho ladles of tho Supremo Court will hold receptions. Dr. James O. Adorns and Miss Dnma Hur ley will bo married at tho Now York Ave nuo Church. Mrs. and Miss Shcrrlll and Mrs. and Miss Maury will bo at home. Mrs. and Miss Coffey glvo a tea, tho ladles of Capitol Hill nro at home, and to-ulght tho first army and novy German of tho sea son will bo given, Tuesday tlio wives and daughters of rep resentatives sea callers. Mrs. (Icn. Sheridan will bo at homo In tho afternoon, Mrs. Frank Hcach after 4 o'clock, -Mrs. A. H. Stevenson at 25 I.afayctto square, Mrs, (Icn. llazcu, and tho ladles pretty gener ally on K street, Mrs. Henry V. Cameron, 1823 If street, and, In tho evening, tho Chief Justice and Mrs. and Miss Walto hold the first nf a scries of rccnntlons. Wednesday tho ladles of tho Cabinet hold their receptions at their homes, and Mrs. Sneaker Carlisle sees callers at tholttggs. Miss Ileccrra. dauahtcr of tho Colombian minister, receives at 1400 Massachusetts avenue. Miss Ocrtrudo Wilson, daughter of Mr. Ocorgo W. Kvons, will bo marrlod to Mr. Charles W. Wood at St. John's Church, and Mrs. J. S. Miller, of 1303 Ilhodo Island avenue, Is at home. Mrs. Cheatham and her daughter, Miss Acklcn, and Mrs. McCiilloch will receive. Iu tho evening Mrs. MacAlllstcr Laughton gives it reception, and tho Wednesday livening (Icrman Club gives Its first entertainment. Thursday Is senators' receiving day. Mrs, Francis Wharton, Mrs. A. A. Hayes will bo at home. Miss Ada Thayer and Hcv. Charles Morris Addison will bo married at St. John's Church. Friday is credited to tho army and navy folk. Mrs. Gen. Itlckctts Is at homo. Mrs. lioss Hoy, corner Twentieth and F streets, Mrs. and Miss I'otts,Mrs. and tho Misses Veil, at the Carroll mansion on F street, and Mrs. Obcrly, 1223 Fourteenth street, will bo at homo In tho afternoon. Mrs. It. 8. Stevens aud Mrs. F. C. Stevens, of Now York, will bo at home, I Iowa circle, and Marshal aud lire. a. -t. tvuson givo a tea to inirnuuco their daughter, Miss May Wilson. Secre tary of Stato and Mrs. and tho Misses llay ard glvo an evening reception. On Saturday afternoon Miss Cleveland will hold a reception at tho whlto houso, Mrs. Nclll gives a tea to Miss Courtwrlnht, her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Wilson and Miss Waller aro at home, and Mrs. Gen. Mycr and tho Misses Mycr aro at homo. Senator nnd Mrs. Dolph havo Issued cards for a reception to Introduco their daughter, Mies Agues Dolph, on Tuesday evening, tho 12th. A chocolatalro and charity entertainment will bo given under tho patronaco of tho following ladles at Epiphany Church on next Wednesday : Mcsdamcs lllckctts, lioss ltav. ltusaell Selfrltltrn. .Tudtro llan-ner. .Tar. E. Harvey, H. Snowdeu Hell, K. ltamsay Hill, Newton lleucdlct, Dr. Hood, llocke, and others. A drill of tho chocolates will bo a feature of tho o veiling. xatioxaij hash iiAiii cr-un. Ital'rcscnt Dubious nml Unsettled Pros pects for '80 Innctlon Causes tho Loss of Set oral Vnlunlilo l'luyora. An anxious admirer of baso ball comes to tho front In tlio following stylo : KiiiTnii National IlM'i'nucAN : lam ono of tho many readers of jour paper who admlro tho (tniiin of baso ball, and w ould llko to know whero and how tho Nationals stand for 'M. Is the inannccment of this club koIiir to allow It for tho tint time slnco '81 to ho "shut out;" l'rom what 1 read lean boo no cxcuio for tho management it such should bo tho caso. They hnto hod good chances of bolug n member of both Lcaguo and Association. If they had shown tho League, after bclnir promised (by otc) tlio first vacancy, a dcslro to sharo their port of tho l'rovldenco franchise, they would havo uo doubt been a Lcaguo club months ago. If they had 6hown a united front aud determi nation to stand by lliu action or tho Associa tion In tho Metropolitan case, they might havo been nuntborcd with tho Association clubs. I co that they nro now to bo taken In by tho Lenctic. This, In corapllanco with tho pro cec tllnss of a former mcctliiu: of tho League, is final. Why watt longer to sign tho best players needed thut aro not signed belonging to tho League, thereby showing them and tho good patrons of tho canto hero that thoy tiro not waiting to get t no worm inrowii iu as goou lucaMire wltli their membership, but will play good ball next season, and mean business liAinnm. "Base Pall" asks a good many questions and mokes a good many suggestions thatara echoed In tho minds of many other local admirers of tho national game, It Is not easy to say defi nitely "where and how tho Nationals stand for 'to." It Is certain that by bod manage incut their chances of standing In tho Ameri can Association hao gono glimmering. Ap parently their only ciianco for membership in any recognized organization is In their present dubious Lcaguo membership becoming some thing moro solid through tho selection of an eighth member of that body. As tho caso stands now tho Nationals aro unolllclally In tbo League, their membership to become official and permanent only In caso that n satisfactory eighth member can bo found. As to tho eighth member. It now seems to bo a caso of Indianapolis or nothing. Rochester was talked of, but refused to como In, aud nil suggestion of Pittsburg entering tho lcaguo Is mcro Idlo gossip, Tho Lcoguo magnates do not lew Indianapolis with much favor, but must pcrforco make that point their selection If they determine to bavo eight clubs, lutho racantimo It Is worth careful consideration that gpauldlng of tho Chicago Club Is laboring actively to lnduco tbo Leaguo to go through tho season with but six strong clubs, anl has gono to tho troublo of preparing n schodulo of games to demonstrate to his brother managors that n six-club tchcdulo Is practlcablo ana cosy In operation. If his Ideas prevail, tbo Nationals, so lately holding membership in tho two most powerful baso ball organizations of tho country, will bo left High und dry for tho season of ISM. As to "how" tho club stands, It can bo said that as o Lcaguo club It Is apparently without organization, officers, or players. Several of last ) ear's excellent players hud signed "Amer ican" contracts prior to tho lato resignation of tho club from tho Association. If any of them or any other players have contracted since to ploy w ltli tho club as a member of -t': J eaguo, uo public notlco ol tho fact has been given out. rJctcral of tho Lcaguo players who at oiretfmo wero set down for our team havo gono else where, notably limes, who has signed toplay In liObton, aud Carroll lu St. Iouli. It is probahlo, however, that Shaw aud Ulllixau aro still oa atloblo for this point, llurch, It seems, has been captured by llarnlc, and will play In llaltlmoro. Tbo battery abilities of nines, llurch, and Carroll, to say nothing of their fielding and base-running, rentiers tliclr lois ono thut will be severely felt, and it is not easy to discern whero their equals can bo found. It mny bo that Roston and St. Louis will glvo up Illncsand Carroll In caso tho Na tionals aro finally admitted to tho League, but again they may not, It may bo that order will prcsontly spring from tho present rather chaotic condition of things, nnd tho futtiro of tbo local club bo sat isfactorily assured. Tho gentlemen now In control of Its nllalrs have every Incentive to bestir themselves, nnd certainly must do so If they wish lo convince tho publlo that tliclr course of action has been for tho host. In tho mcantlmo thoso who, llko "Paso Rail," foel In clined to ask questions, must enwrap their souls wllhpatlcuco and await tho courso of events. i ( IIII.I'S lU.l'HI.Sl.NTATIVJ:, Kcuor Don Munuol Del Campo Knocked Out by n "llinincor." Ecnor Don Manuel del Cainpo, tho second secretary and chargo d'allatrcs of tho Chilian legation, who has been heard from beforo lu connection with drunken nnd disgraceful carousals, broko looso.igatn Saturday night, nnd hied himself to tho Thcotro Comlquo, tho scene of his former escapades, It was hero that Del Campo first mado his appcaranco ns a bruiser, nnd ho w as mado notorious by attempt ing to lick every ono in tho place, aud wound iii by breaking tho windows. Ho was exempt Irom police Interference and several times after this becama Involved lu unsavory raws, 'ihopollco not being ablo to donnythliu; tho f-lato Department was called upon, aud tho Chilian government wcru mado acquainted with Del C'ampo's actions, but as yet havo done nothing. Ho went to tho Thcatro Comlquo Saturday night, considerably under tho Iniluonco of llauor, and ran against tho "bouncer." Tho latter wasn't In n stato of Jocularity, and tho Jovial young diplomat came oil second bet, being liuocked down two or thrco times, and counting as souvenirs a black eye, it mashod nose, two missing teeth, and very much dis arranged clothing, 'llicn Del Campo got In a carriage and went homo, lliu Vlrglnln Couples Don't Come. Tho number of marrlogo liojuscs Jssued lu ISM exceeded the number of lbSi by 31, not withstanding tho Incrcaso of population, Tho whole number granted lu ISM was J,fW3, and In Wi, 'J.ooli, Tlio falling oil' Is duo to tho fact that Virginia has reduced Its lees for licenses. OltANI) AIIMY OIIADUATKS. Their Clinnccs for Their ltlglits Under This Administration Au Interesting Correspondence Gcn.W. i:, V. Ross, tlio pist senior vlco com-mandcr.ln-chlcf Grand Army of tho Republic, wroto a letter to the President last mouth call ing attention to tho President's assurances that whero sections 1751 and K.V'i Revised Statutes and section 3, chapter 287 of tho laws of 18T0 wero disregarded ho would sco that right was done, Gen, Ross nl-o called attention to tho case of Cant. B. 8. llakcr, who was dismissed from tho llaltlmoro custom houso, In order to reduco tho forco it Is claimed, which Gen. Ross claimed was In direct violation of tho sections mentioned, Tho letter was also Indorsed by It. O. King, adjutant Wilson Post, G. A. It., Tor Veterans' Rights Union of Marilawl. Tho President mado tho following reply: of.nti.i-mi.ni Your letter calling my atten tion to tho discharge of dipt, s. H, llakcr, an Inspector attached to tho custom house In tlio city or llaltlmoro, and citing In opposition to such dlschargo tho provisions of tho statute going preference to certain honorably dis charged soldiers In making nppolntmcnts In tbo publlo service, has been recuved. At my request n report or tho fuels connected with tlio dlschargo referred to his been furnished mo by Uiu 'I icasury Department. It appears that n recent examination of tho llaltlmoro custom houso nnd Us operations resulted In the conclusion that a con'ldorablo reduction In tho number of Us employes could bo made, withoutdctrlmcnt to tho service, ami that tlio employment of lour Inspectors could pruumuiy uv iiisiuiuiiiui'u. Of courso tho Inspectors to bo thus rclloTcd of duty should bo those tho least useful and efficient. Tho report abovo alluded to and now beforo mo declares that "among tho number thus se lected ns tho least efllcfent was Capt. linker, whoo personal habits wero such as to Inter fere with tho propcrdlschargoof his duties." The special agent of tho treasury who su pervised tho examination, anil at tho request of tho collector tho selection of tho Inspectors to bo dropped, w hose rorty utllllatlom nre not, I nm Informed, in accord with tho present ad ministration, In his report adds: "I was careful that nono but Incillclent officers should bo dis turbed, nnd I nm satisfied that no mfstuko has been mado In tho caso or Capt. llakcr. 1 luring tho examination I could learn nothing that would warraut his retention In view of ascertained facts respecting his fticlllclcncy." You must concede, I think, that this official sfatcment not only Justified, but actually de manded, tho action of w htch you seem Inclined to complain. I cannot think for a moment that you In tend to claim that tbo statuto giving prefer ence of employment to honorably discharged soldiers should bo so construed as to prevent n reduction of tho forco In any branch of tho publlo service when n duo regard tor economy demands tho same. And though I havo adopted tho theory that tho spirit of tho law requires that tho somo preference should bo applied to tho retention ot soldiers when a re duction Is necessary, as to their appolnmcnt I do not supno'O you claim that this prcfercneo should bo carried so far ns to retain thoso who ore unworthy or Incfllclont, Tho law you quoto wns not expected In Us operation to Im pair tho public service, but to securo tho recog nition In public employment by a prcfercneo In selection of such of tbo discharged soldiers and sailors mentioned la tho statute as could and would furnish faithful and efficient work. It Is w ell that associations should oxlst such as rou ri-nrcfecnt. onranlrcd for tho nurnoso of protecting and enforcing tho right thus guar anteed by law. Tho statuto Is based upon Jus llco and n proper nnd generous appreciation of tho services of thoso who risked their lives for tho safety of their country In her tlmoof need. Tho letter nnd spirit of Us provisions should be fairly and In good filth observed. Rut It should always bo remembered thut ser vice lu tho army or navy docs not of necessity fit applicants for tho proper dlschargo nfduty In nil publlo employments, nnd tho unwel como fact must also bo conceded, 1 suppose, mat uiscuargciisoiuicrsnuu sailors may some times prove themselves unworthy ot employ, mint or retention In public positions', 'Jhus, whilo our association may with per fect propriety Insist that the letter nnd tho spirit of (bo law should bo scrupulously com piled with, mny it not bo suggested that a duo regard for tho public welfare and tho success of government business should require a care ful consideration of cases of alleged violation beforo complaint Is made,' I bellcvo that tho present administration has furnished abundant proof of sincerity In Its ad herence to the prlnclplo upon which tho pref erence given to soldiers and sailors Is founded, Rut I beg you to consider tho limitations which necessarily surround tho rulo, and which must bo observed if wuscok Its Just and fair appli cation. And my words should not be miscon strued when I ndd that tho persons intended to bo benefited by tlio statuto nro not found ex clusively in ono political party, nor necessarily within tlio membership or tho useful and bene ficial veteran organizations with which you nro officially connected. Abovo nil, let us constantly bo reminded that tho good of tho pconlo und tho protection of their Interests Is tho duty nf all public officers. Yours very truly. iluoviui cm.vei.aku. In answer, Gen. Ross wrote n letter, lu which ho soys : "It Is not tho Intention of our veteran organizations to Interfere with nu economical administration of the sovcral de partments of tlio cos eminent, nor do wo de sire to foist upon the government Incompetent or dlsrcputablo men, but tho statutes mado nnd provided In our Interests havo been so long disregarded that our soldiers' homes aro being filled with competent aud efficient nnd honorable men, who havo been driven there becouso their physical disabilities a. 'or u character that prevents them from battling with tho world In business competition with thoso who wero well housed and fed during four years of what was, to us, exposure anu privations. "Your patient hearing of every petition sent vou and your prompt action Iu many deserv ing cases bid us bopo for further generous recognition In tho future. "Wo nre not a political organization and aro not secklngpolltlcal preferences. In our hum ble cllorls to securo tho Integrity of tbo Union tho question never occurrod to us whether tho man who fought on our right or our left was n Democrat or Republican, and wo don't ask It now. "Wo embraco In our ranks tho most promi nent and tho most humblo of tho mulou's tin fenders, and if thcro aro those without tho or der tho door Is open, and the widows and orphans of their comrades will wclcomo their chorltablo assistance. "Our ranks contain representatives of all political parties In tbo Union, with n settled purpose to tccurc, by all honorublo means, tho fuarantccs mado to us at tho tlmoof our en Istment, reiterated time nnd again In tho Sen ate and in tho House, and finally embodied lu tho laws of tho United fctates, so that tho faith of the pcoplo Is as distinctly pledged to us as It Is to tho redemption ot bonds nnd greenbacks. "Wo bao snonn our interest In tho govern ment by our acts, aud wo only ask that your executivo power bo so exercised that Justice ba uonu iu our aonoraujo ana ucscrving sur vivors." i P-n. rintcK's "Favorito Prescription" Is a most powerful restorative tonic, and combines thomost valuable ncrvlno properties; especially adapted to tbo wants of debilitated ladles suf fering from weak back. Inward fever, conges tion, Inflammation, or ulceration, or from nervousness or neuralgia pains, Uy druggists. m Tho Dolphin a Huccohs nt Sen Capt. Meade, commanding tho Dolphin, Is at the Ebbltt. Ho refuses to speak regarding the performance of tho new dispatch boat In her last trial. Tho Dolphin sailed from Now York lor tho capes and tbenco toward tho lfcrmudas In search of a gale. This was realized, and finally wind moving at tho rato of seventy miles an hour was encountered. Tho ship mada twcho miles nn hour throughout tho galo. Sbo reached Portress Monroe Friday, and It Is not known that sbo has sustained any damages. That Llttlo Word No. No ono can take morphia or other poisons without Injury, No morphia or opium Is to bo found In Red Elnrt'ougli Cure. No caso of cough that cannot bo cured by Red Etar Cough Cure. No remedy Is cheaper; It costs only 23 cents. Nnrdollo's Lust Cliunce. Col. Geo. 11. Corkhlll, of tho counsel for An tonio Nordcllo, convicted of tho murder of Carmlno Rolunno, has filed a motion to set asldo tho order overruling tho motion font new trial on tho ground of tho discovery o new and Important cvldcnco and the wish to llle ntlldavlls In support of the motion. 'Iho court declined lo grant tho motion, but stated tlist tho aCldav lis could bo filed and would bo considered I. O. II. 11. Installation. Tho following officers havo been Installed In Potomao Lodge, No, 101, 1, O, I), 11.. for tho en suing j ear: A. Saltzsteln, president: M, llaer, lco president: II. Etrnuss, recording sccro lory; W. Rico, financial secretary; II, Octtlngcr, treasurer. Trustees 1). Dreyfun, A. Fisher, M, liliimcuthal, M, Sinsbelmcr. A. M, liner. Delegates to attend tho grand lodge to meet nt .vtiniltn, iia. 1. lisner, n, mruim, uuu -m, glnshclmcr. The Nny Fraud discs. To-morrow tho trial of what Is termed "tho navy frauds" w HI bo resumed lu tho criminal court, and combined until nil of tho eases nro disponed of In somo manner. Tho llrat caso lo be called Is that of August llurgdorf. Ono llcnstiu'a L'upclno Plaster Is worth u dozen of any other kind. Between tho numerous varieties of porous plasters thero Is but ono choice llcnsou'8 plaster Is modern, scientific, prompt In action, safe, pleasant to wear, cleanly, and cures ailments lu n fovr hours which uo others aro ablo even to rellovc. This fact Is testified to by 5.000 physicians, pharmacists, and druggists, voluntarily, aud over their own written signatures. Imitations of Demon's plaster, under tho namo ol "Cap slcan," "Capsicum," "Capucln," "Capslclnc," Ac, nro ollercd for sale. Theso aro shameless. Purchasers may protect themselves against Imposition by examining thoartlclo tendered by tho denier. Ask for Rcuson's Plaster, and no that tho "Thrco Eeols" trademark Is on tho late cloth and tho word ''Cnpelno" Is porou-rtd In iho middle of iho piaster Itself. TIIE MA7UCETS. Opening of (ho Nov Year In tlio Stock llxclinnse M'licnt Closed Lower, Nf.w YonK, Jan. 2. Tho now y0ar opened at the stock exchango this morning with an ac tho and strong market for shares, tho sales during tho first half hour amounting to over lOO.fM shares. First prices showed an advanco of Uloi Per cent. otcrTlmrsdoy evening's closing figures, except In n few Instances where quotations were unchanged, and lu tho early dealings thcro were, In somocascs, slight advances over first figures, but this wns fol low cd by n decided rcactlon.durlng which somo of tho actlvo stocks on heavy sales yielded from fractions to over 1 per cent, After tho first thirty minutes tho market becamo unlet and so continued during tho remainder ot tho day, although tho movement lu prices wns Ir regular, The market closed quiet and heavy, with sales for the day of S7z,0uO shares, nn In crcaso over Thursday's business of 39,000 shares. Tho total sales of railroad bonds for tho day amounted to only about one-halt tho business dona on Thursday, tho sales to day being only Jl,0,.,0u0. lo days business was, howovcr, well distributed. Thcptlccs this evening, ns compared with last previous sales, show Ir regular changes. Tho total sales for tho week (live days) amounted lo JJl,ilU,0W, against ll,4W,ouo tho previous week. Money on call continues easy at iV, to 3 per cent,, with n temporary advanco too, tho last loan being at 3 per cent, Sterling exchango continues dull nnd quotations unchanged: Actual business, (1.8! for no day bills nnd JI.8W4 for demand! posted rates, 8I.80 for to day bills and 81.8'Jll for demand. Go eminent bonds are dull aud generally steady, but tho 3s nro very weak, stato bonds havo been very dull and generally steady. Railroad bonds havo been actlvo aud strong. Treasury balances-Coin, 3173,783, )13. 12; cur rency, 12,SM,M)i.l!. The AVnshlnRton Stock Kictinnge. The following Hit of the most Active stocks ilralt In on Hie Wnshlngton Stock Kzchanee Is furnished by .Messrs. Hell & Co., bonkers, No. 1437 Pennsyl vania avenue : Jan. 2, U8C. Permanent Imp, 6s, 1891, coin Bid. 112t , 117 , 117 , 127 , 127 Asked i rrmnnrni imp. ,, ipui,cur Market st(Kki,s. 199:, cur Water stocks Ts, lnc-l.cur Water stotks 7s, 1903, cur Fif!y-ycnrfunrle(13.5s,lD2l,cur'cy. Tttenty-yeor rumlcil a p. c. lsmt.cur. Twenty-year fund O, lsoi, coin .... Thirty.) car fumlc. 1002 coin tVaih. nnd GrorK'iibmuls Metropolltnn'ltnllroail stock ....60.. Colli in bin Railroad stock SO., North Cnpltol nnd U street SO.. Anacostla 23.. Washington (Ins Lltrht Co 20.. Georgetown Gas Lljthl (JO 23., Firemen's Insurance Company. 20.. Frnnklln Insurnnce Company.. 21.. National L'nlon Insurance Co. .90.. Columbia Insurance Company.. 5.. German-American Ins. Co 100.. I'otomno Insurance Co. 23.. Klggslnstirance s.. Hoard Pub. WorksGrccn Es Masonic Hall bonds Wnshlngton Market Co. stock. ..so., Natlonnl Metropolitan Hank. ..100.. National Hank or Republic. . . . 100. . Farmers & Mechanics' National Ill's 112V, 1121 123 11(1 lOi 40 47 "" 37-Vl 414 lUVi Hit 12J4 110 33 IV 43 13 17-Si US 130 4SV, 0 M IOSUj 1J3 7 07 ICO Rank, Georgetown . .100.. 1H Citizens' National Hank. Hecond National Hank... Central National Hank ... Great Palls Ice Company Real Estate Title Ins. Co. ,.ioo.. ios ,..100. ...100. ...100. ics 103 100 (I74 43 ..loo. 00 so 71 00 Pennsylvania Telephone Co 30.. united Mates icirciric uglil uo.iou Wash. Light Inf. 1st mortgage National Hafe Deposit Co 103Vj i;x dividend. llnlttmoro Produco Market, Jnn 3 COTTON dull: middling, 0c. FLOUR steady and quiet. WIIRAT Southern quiet and nominal; west em lower ami quiet; southern red, K'-9'k;; do. amber, UlS'JTc: No. 1 Maryland, uio and active: southern white. i.KSITc: do. vol low. 436817c; western mixed, spot, 170 bid, fresh; January, 40!-l7c; February, ! If.Jic: steamer, 13J4a OATd steady and quiet: southern, SWlie; tvestern white, suaSsoj do. mixed, 3lKcj Pennsylvania, SWCf.ic. RYK quiet nt oS70c PROVISIONS very quiet. l'CGB lower nt2"c. hUOAR A soft, c;jc; corper refined steady at loKiaioHc. WHISKY firm at S1.10t.20. Other articles unchanged. lULTIMOnr. STOCK MAKKF.T. BAtTiMOFE. Jan. 2. Virginia Ct, consoli dated, M'4 past-duo coupons, if); now IO-IO-t. :!8; now Us, iVd; North CarollnaCs, old, 1.10 bid lo day. Tin: couirr itixoiti). Circuit Court Justico Cox. Hoover vs. Lit tlewood; motion for new trial filed. Cum mins vs. Van Vllct; order for security for costs on defendant for 200, Mnyso & Co. vs. Cook; Judgment by default. Ilorrlgau vs. llmdlcy; motion for new trfal overruled. Lyons s. Ilnmllck; motion to strikoout picas overruled. Assignment lor to-day Nos. W7, 873, IC.I, :1X, W, S-'J, Ml, M 517, 65.1, MS, &V7, SbJ, and M7. Circuit Court Justico Merrick. Keysor, re ceiver, vs. Hume's executors, argument on de murer. Assignment for to-day Nos. 30",, ,w, 9M, MO, fttin, fiiiS, Mil, f,J3, f,20,C38, 010, 01.', Oil, 015. CM), (A., C58. tilfl, CM, Criminal Court Justico SfacArthur. Lewis Ashton and Jns. Lucas, assaulilng'otllcer; com mitted In default or$.i(i0 ball. Albert Johnson, assault; committed In default of 5100 ball. An tonio Nttrdello, convicted of murder; motion to sctnsldo motion overruling motion for new trial filed. Assignment for to-day Richard Norton, manslaughter; Jno. Mahony, man slaughter; Ambro'-a M. Drown, falso pretense. Tlio Kthtcal Hoclety'H Lecture John L. McCrcery lectured boforo tho Lthlcal Society jesterday afternoon on "Tho Relation oftho Moral Faculty to Intellect." Ho argued that thcro was no such thing ns a moral sense, but that such idea should bo explained as a moral sensibility which Is reached and acted upon through tho Intellect. Tbo subject was nu Interesting one, and was treated In Mr. Mc Crccry's usual happy method of frequently Il lustrating his Ideas by apt stories. An inter esting discussion followed. Tho Citizens' Kiiultnble. Tho report ol Messrs. IMgar Trlsby, Vt V. Lewis, and Aaron M. i-klnncr, tho comralttco appointed by tho directors of tho Citlens' Kqultablo Rulldlng Association to rcKrt upon tho condition of tbo association, mis they "mono a searcmng examination oi tno ninurs of tho association, and fouud them to bo In n good and sound llnanclal condition." - Vt'n Shau. Continl'i: to ictatt clothing at wholesale prices until our stock is reduced to its normal condltlou. L'lscman Pros., corner "th and L' streets, Tlio Foreign All'nlrH Committee. Representative Curtln, of Pennsylvania, In on lntcrv lew yesterday, said that he did not bellcvo that Secretary of Stato Rayard was opposed to him ns chairman of tho House com infttco on foreign nllalrs. Mr. Curtln further said that bo could not understand Mr. Ray. nrd's opposition, and did not bellcvo that Speaker Carlisle would appoint Mr, lloltuout, of New York , at Iho head ol that committee. . - A Denf-Muto Foot-Pad. Samuel Kaufman, a dcalor In tho Center jontket, w ns stopped by two colored men Satur day night, who demanded his money, Ono of tho men drew a knlfo on him, Kautman's cries for help brought officers to his aid, who succeeded lu arresting ono of tho assailants, n mute, whoso namo Is thought to bo Green, CITY ITJEM3. nowi.AND Dental Association, 211 Four-and-a-half street northwest, thrco doors north or Pennsylvania avenun. 1- P. Rowland, SI, D..C. II. Hovvland, D. 1). H., nnd Robert W. Talbott, surgical, operative, and mechanical dentist. Kitractioiu, under nitrous oxldo, 60 cents each tooth, and only 50 cents oxtrn for fas, whether ono or a number of tocth are ox ractcd at tho samo sitting, Havondmtnlstorcd nitrous oxldo to over 40,000 iiersons. Arllllcnl tcolh (7 per set. Gold, amalgam, aud whlto linings Inserted In tho best manner. AU work warranted first class. "AiDKnNin DAtnvlWAOONs." fresh Alder ncyllutlcr churned every morning and deliv ered In pound "Word" prints, nt 43 cents per pound. Also, cottago cheese, a cents per ball; buttermilk, 3 cents per quart, aud sweet milk nt B cents per quart. Rr.nKEi.EV, npuroryo whisky, tho boston tho market for tho price, 81 per gallon, 61 n quart, and HO cents a pint, 23 cents a sample bottle. Thorp, 818 F street northwest JDKD. O'HONNELL. On tjutunlay morning, January 2, lbbO, of congestion of tho lungs, J vai L, U'lo.rt, need U'2 y ears. Funeral will take placo from the Metropolitan Presliyicrtmi Clitucli, miner Fourth and Itsticets BoutlittiBt. on Momlay, Jnnunry 4, at U o'clock p. in, Friends are Invited lo attend. VKBBllTAKKIta. Ty R. 8PEARE, UNDERTAKER, 010 F BTREET NORTHWEST. jITEwythlng strictly nrst-clMS and on the most reasons! le terms, I Cain p Chairs to hire for all occasions, roSEPH C. LEE, rn u. i.i'.i:. Formerly of Henry Lee's Sons, Undertakers, w 1 viinnii vi jiriui ijcv siwiio, ajssiirt tnaii NEW AND COMMODIOUS WARKKOOMS, tto. o-m ,-riinsyivaiiia avenues, vt, JKsritctldecceoa the piualses. Tin: rr.sT in a vknitxntiaiiy. District Criminals Ilxposed ton Demlly Typo of Tipus. Albany penitentiary, whero District crimi nals aro deported, In at present a plague stricken spot. Its 1,000 Inmates, Including 1 M women, nro exposed to tho ravages of n deadly form of typhus fovcr, which gained a foothold thcro about two weeks ago, and has slnco bnfllcd tho cITorts of tho best physicians to check Its spread. Twclvo male convicts aro known to havo thus for died of tho dlseaso fivo on Thursday and seven Friday, Slnco that time the exact extent of Its progress has not i been ascertained, although It Is stated that tho ptaguo continues Us destructive work without abatement, Ono kccier has already fallen a victim to tbo malady, nnd another Is not ex pected lo survhc, All tho manufactories con nected with tho Institution havo stopped work. Tho hospital attached to tho penitentiary Is 'reported overcrowded with patient", and tho question of securing sultablo accommodations for fresh victims Is engrossing tho intention of tho management. Acotpsot physicians Is nt present on duty nt tho penitentiary, nnd Is working manfully to check tho further spread of the epidemic, but It Is believed their labors have thus fur proved unavailing. Tho Institution Is quar antined, nnd ajstrlct watch Is kept by tho patrol guarding tho grounds to prevent the near ap proach of all persons. Tho olllcers of the peni tentiary havo always had a natural prldo in Iho aduilrablo systom prevailing among tho Inmates, who aro compelled lo obscrvo tho tnnst rigid sanitary nndlivgtcnlo regulations, Tlin tirlsnn has been fnrtunato In cscaldllir vliltntlons of contagious or epidemic mala, dies In Iho past, a fact that speaks well for tho eillclcncy of Its management. Tho pre- Iaraptlon Is that tho germs of tho dlseaso wero uougbtlnby a recent arrival, whoo condl' Ion escaped tho watchful cyo of tho physician In chnrgo until too lato to check tho plague. The penitentiary Is situated In n biiacIous park in tho Immcdlnto vicinity or Albany's finest residences, at tho west end of tho town, and Is a favorite piaco of Inspection with tour ists. "How ( vs Mrs. Smith wear suchnhandomo velvet coot?" My dear ehlld.dou't you know her husband used to pay nil his money to doctors, but slnco he took to using Dr, Hull's Cough 8) rup ho gives It alt to her to spend, Mnrrlnco Licenses Tho following morrlogo licenses havo been Issued: William Campbell and Prlscllla Smith: Ocorgo W, Mackall and Llrzlo Gormau, both of P.altlmore, Md.; James O. Adams and F.mina It. Gurley: L.J. Sanders and Marian I). Taylor; C. II. Breinerman and Ada-Ilranhanv Cooley Teasdcl, of Prince George county, Md nnd Llrzlo Glover, or this city: J. T. Day and Prls cilia flrlflln: Frederick fchlosscr aud Hattlo K. Williams; Kdvvard L. Simpson nnd Funule It. Rowers, both or Alexandria, Vn.s R. W. Grant nnd AllcoJ. Thomas; C. A. Gardyand Annlo L. Johnson, both of Wicomico county, Mil.; George T. Peacock and Kllzabcth Klrhy, both or Prlnco Gcorgo county, Md.: Gcorgo R. Mark wnciil nml t'minA A. l.hhcrn. both of Philadel phia; Abraham Klzncr and Frcdcrlkn Kaiser. Fon New Ym Caua rull dress suits, swallow tall coats, satin lined throughout, largest assortment In tho city. RIscmau Uros., corner 7th and L streets. Neuralgia, Dncknelic, lleiKlnrlic, ToothncUc. NprnlMH. I!rulM-, etc., sic. Price, 1 Uty Cents. At Druggists and Dealers. Tim CHARLES A. VOGELEIt CO., Solo Prop's. llAlTUtOIlZt MlllYLAXD, U. B. A. iytDJiss' Goods. MI83 ANME K. HUMFIinEY, 4U0 TKNTII STREET N. W MAKES OOBSETS TO ORDER, lacrrrjitjleAQd mutf rial, and guaranteea perfect fltntid comfort. Tier epfdnUtes nre French Hand-mada Umltr clothing, Merino Underwear, and Finest Ira ported H cwl fry. ratent Shoulder BrftCM and Ml Dreis Reform GcoJ, French Corsets nndllurttlci, CMldretTs Oor eeti, and a One Dollar Corset (Miss ll.'s own make) that for the price Is unsurrnuwed. H, JJ. French, Uermau, aud .Spanish spokes SAM'LS. SHEDD. Gas Fixtures I Gas Fixtures I Slato Mantols, Latrobos, Ranges, Furnaoos, Plumbing and Tinning. 400 NINTHSTRBET N. W. WINDSOR'S SHOE PARLOR, 1433 NWV YOIIIC AVE,, NI5AK 10th STllllKT. BTBEET, EVENINO, AND PAETY BIIOE3 PEST GOODS. PRICED LOW. WANTED-TO KNOW THE PEST TURKISH and Russian baths In Washington, go to Bhedd's, on E st near Oth N. W.i establlslml In 1H71: sfiampooer of 12 years' eiperlence at this estabflshtneut. Ladles' day Every Weduesday morolng, from 0 to 12 o'clock. COO PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. TDipiJpqq Ita OAUS11.S nnil CUIli:, by II"""""" one who wal deaf twentv.eleht U years, Treated bv most of the noted smtlallsts orthedavn thedaywlttiiiobeiietu. Cured himself In three months, and since then hundreds of others by samo tirocees. A plain, simple, and successful liomo realm cut. Address T. S. PAU E, 12H East 2(ltli St., NewY urk City. uol.mssl2w J7-BYE8 & CO., WILLARD'S HOTEL STABLES, Corner Fourteenth and D streets northwest, AT Branch Office at the Arlington. MOUNT VERNON I MOUNT VERNON I MOUNT VERNON Bteamer W. W. CORCORAN Leavis 7th st. Wharf dally (eicept Sunday) for MOUNT VERNON, At 18 o'lock a.m.: returning, reaches Washington about 3.30 p. m, p HOTO-ENO. RAV1NO. Having recently fitted up FHOTO-ENaitAVINU ESTABLISHMENT In connection with my Patent Process I am pre pared to furnish ILLUSTRATIONS FOR NEWSPAPERS AT BHORT NOTICE. MAURICE JOYCR" :1B Eleventh Street Nor P llUnaDORK, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. Conpee and Carriages of all styles. Dilvers In first-class lhery. Nos, 418 ASD 420 EloiiTH SralEt N. W., WAtnisiirox,D. C. Teliphone Call. 800-3 ocFHf YARICOCKLE, TAINLEHS CUREl BOOK free. C1VIALE AUENUY, ISO Fulton st Ww Xoi, J HlHi MflillRHEUMAT'SM' Y'ENNA OPTICIAN COMPANY. Mvbio Stores. siAiNsssnss WEBER H50M1BI1I JOHN H. ELLIS k CO., No. 937 Pa. Ave. N.W. ITEIHWA? GRAND BQCAU1! AND CPItlQUT PIANOS, THE BI'.ST IN THE WORLD, Totttber with a large assortment of other Pianos constantly on hand at lbs Wartroomi, 025 Pennsylvania Avonuo. Edward F. Droop, rsrtner of the late W, O. METZEROTT A CO. Telephone Cull No. 317 9 S& Tuning And Repairing promptly attended to by citable workmen. iECKER ip IAM BROS ESTEY ORGANS. FISCHER anil ESTE1T Holiday imrchnsers are Imlleil to examine onr large anil sarlcsl stock of theso famous Instruments. nation for ltcnt nml Sohl on Install ments. SANDERS & STAYMAN, (JAItVla BUTLER IN CHARdE), 031 P Street N. Yt, Washington, D. C. ION. ClIARLEa BTREET, nALTIMORE.MD NJIPlii PIANOS TOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS. FINEST DISPLAY OP REAL OEMS OP ART IN UliAND, SQUARE, AND UP1I1UUT. PIANOS. From the plain Rosewood to the richest ornamented etylcs In all kinds of Fancy Woods, Inlaid, carved Marquetry, and other ornamental finish, artlstlo styles, of the manufacture of M. KNABK ti CO., UNEQUALED IN TONE, TOUCH, AND WORK MANSHIP. WAHEItOO.MS! H17 Market Space, Washington. PIANOS POR RENT. First-class Upright, Square, nnd Urand Pianos for rent at WM. KNATIE A CO.'S WARE' IS. HI" .ifarkel Space. SECOND-HAND I'lANOS-An attractive assort ment, comprising a number of elegant styles but little used, almost good as new. All Pianos olfered In good repair. A number of serviceable instru ments as low nsfriOtotlOO. Terms easy monthly Installments or cash. WM.KNAI1K A CO.'S WAREROOMS, H17 Market Bunco. E8TABIISUED 18 1. W.tt & CO,, 1003 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, (Second Door West of Ninth Street), Doalora in Muslo and Musical Novoltloa. !Bole Agents for the following well-known rianos: OniCKERINQ HAINES PROS,, HARDMAN, JAMES A nOLSTROM, O. O. RRinQS, AND HOUGH A WARREN ORGANS. Pianos and Organs for rent and sale on easy terms, Special attention paid to Tuulcg and Repairing nios, AU orilen by mall promptly attended to. TAILORS. FALL AND WINTER, 1885-'e. Suitings, Overcoatings, and Trouserings OK MY OWN IMPORTATIONS. OPEN FOR THE INSPECTION 01' ALU Gentlemen who art desirous of being well and artistically dressed can be gratified by leaving their orders at the well known Im porting and Tailoring Establishment of H. D. BARB, .1111 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. JVjzir FvnzioATioNS, Co. Holiday Goods ! Our Christmas Cards are already opened and on exhibition; also a large stock of Handsome Books designed for gifts. We are receiving every day something new, and during the time beforo the IIolldaa shall display some beautiful Uoode, which we In Ite our friends and patrons to eiamlne, Our second story contains Its usual variety of Christinas Tree Decorations aud Toys at marvel ously low prices. WM. H. MORRISON, ?J'I!JiNAjAVI: BLANK BOOKS. " 75 Similes Colored Tissue Paper. ltctl Cedar Carpet Lluliig. 33.. IMIorrisori.Ts PAPER WAREHOUSE, 805 and 807 D Street Northwest, ANGLO-AMERICAN Insuranco Co., No. G20 P Stroot N. W., WASHINOTON, 1). C, ISSUE Fire and Marine Policies FixAxaistz. WM' F TTBI'LKM' BTOCK AND GRAIN BROKER, Corner Pennsylvania Are. and Fifteenth! Btreet. (Corcoran Building), WASHINGTON, D, . Irect Prlratt Wires and Constant Quotations Ro- celled from New York and ChlcAio Markets. BTOCEB, GRAIN, AND PROVISIONS Bought and Bold on Margin or for Cash, Chicago Correspondent, M'DERMID A CO, Telephone No. 403-0, JbOTTKRir.S. CAPITAL I'ltl.l - $70,000. LLLLm 8 8 Llli We do hereby certify that we supervise the ar anfrernents for all the monthly and quarterly Irawlngsof the Loutilann Htate Lottery Company ranfrernents drawings of tlie Loulilann state Lottery Company, nu iu iirnwii iiinuRifa uuu cuuirui mw urnwing our selves, and that the same are conducted with honety, falrnt-M, and In (rood faith toward all parties, V authorize tue company to use this certificate, with facsimile of our ifftiaturee attached to lu adver ilJi Commissioners. We, the undersigned Hanks and Rankers, wll pay all prlres drasstt In the Louisiana State Lo t terns which may bo presented at our counters. .1. 11. o(ii,i:snv, Trcx, L11. Nut lliinh, 8. 11. ki:nni:dv, Pros. Stnto Nut. Hank. A. IIAI.DVt'IX, l'rcs. N. O. Nut. Hunk. UXPRKCmENTP.II ATTRACTION. OVER (JUAUTKK MILLION DIoUtltlUTED. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY. Incorporated In 1BOH for 20 years by the Legisla ture for education and charitable purposes, with a capital of 11,000,0011, to which a resent fund of over IOqO.UOO has since been added. Rt an overwhelmtnff ronular vota Its franchise was made a part of the present Stato Constitution, adopted Pecember 2, A. 1). lb'U, IK Grand Single Number Drawing will takeplaca monthly. It never Scales or Postpones. Look at the following distribution t UIIANU MONTHLY DRAWING, In the Academy of Music, NewOrleans.TUESDAY JANUARY 12, lHrlU, under the personal super vision and management of (Jeu.U.T. Peauregard, of Louisiana, and Uen. Juual A. Early, of Virginia, CAPITAL PRIZE, 170,000. 100,000 Tickets at live IMIIari each, Fractions, la fifths, lu proportion, list or rauzs. J Capital Prise filial Prlre 170.000 1 do, do 2S.t)00 1 do. do lll.lHX) uprises or tn.tHHi 12.0(10 f do. 2.IHKI iti.000 10 do, 1.IMMI 10,000 20 do. r,mi 1II.ISH) 100 do, 2IHI 20,000 3IM) do. 1IMI tlO.IHIO DOO do. 00 20,0110 1000 do, 20 20,000 ArraoiiMATiox rants. 0 Approihuatton Prizes, 1700 0,700 II do. do. OIIO 4,51X1 U do. do. 200 2,200 11107 1'rlics, amounting to., 203,000 Application for rates to clubs should be maas only to the olllce of the Company, In New Orleans. 1 or further Information, write clearly, giving full address. Postal Notes, Eipresa Money Orders, or New York Eichauge In ordinary letter. Currency by eipress (all sums of (0 aud upward at our eiiuse) addressed M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La, Make P. O, Money Ordrrs payable and address Registered Letters to NEW ORLEANS NAllON AL DANK, New Orleans, La, A Mnltcr oi'Clinnco. OpjfJINAL LITTLE HAVANA (UOULD A CO.'S), Decided by ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. ORDINARY CLASS NO. 1200. JAN. 2, 1880. Number for Number I Prize for Trlie I With 170 Additional Prises. 17,000 TICKETS AND 7UO PRIZES. SCHEDULE. 1 Capital Prise 110,000 1 do 4,000 1 do 2,000 1 do 1,0(10 I2 Prises, SOOfl eacl 1,000 10 do. 2IHI " 2,000 0U7 do. 120 " 14,021 0 Approx'tlons to 1st Prlic, 10l each,. noil 2 " 2.1 " 111(1 " ,. 200 3 " 3d " 100 " .. 200 020 Prises, as above, being the full num ber lu the Royal Havana, and 170 Additional Prises or 20 each to the HZ 170 tickets having as ending num ber the two terminal unite of the number drawing the Capital Prize of 110,000 700 Prizes, amounting In U. 8. (fold to.... 3,400 114,020 jiekbiB lis ririuo. Wholes, 13 (HI. Fractions, pro rata. THE ROYAL HAVANA OFFICIAL LIST DE- CHUM EVERY PRIZE. AOEN1S KVERYWI1KI1K. ALL rillZKS PAID ON PRESENTATION. CAUTION t See that the Name UOULD A CO. Is on your ticket. None others are ORIGINAL OR RELIABLE. For tickets, Ac, address or apply to SHIPSEY COMPANY, 1213 Broadway, New York City. Or AUENTS EVERYWHERE. B V CAULfi. IN ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY, ORDINARY CI.VSS 1200, Drawn at Havana, Cuba, Dec. 10, 18S3, tlio fol lowing numbers nro those intltlcl to the mpllal 1 rizes thenln, and also dtcldo the thkus U'nrlng the same numbers In tho ORIGINAL LllTLP. HAVANA, ns follows! TICKET No. 7,7011 ilrnusJlO.OflO " " 10,821 " 1,000 " " 8,404 ' 2,000 " " 14,701 " 1,000 " " 10,815 " 000 ' " 0,101 ' 000 aVTNot responsible fur errors lu telegraphing, AGENTS KVKUV WHERE. Official Prlrc List publlhisl In Natlonnl Itepulill can, Washington, D. C: 7elegr.ini, Chlcilito, 111., Tliius, Kansas Clly, Mo, and Ncus, Calveston, drTlutz's bulb nozzle syringe! We beif leave to call alien lion to tlit ulrovu llultj Nozzle ryrljie.p. u,K'rlor Id ct-ry re tcci to all uthcr ityrtuj?. In liitl.imtiiitlitiur.ili) frmu other ciiuies, In which hut r i old wiittrlislialri'il, mmtlur (rltiL'L Uao eilttttiil ortoti c n lent in Ihu ti'ouf thH, fur with In hm) nuter cult It Inliitil nt will fur any liu.'ih nf UiiiL'. Ni ijrlniT i 1'i.ili tlili fur tho lujittlon nf iin-. tlltlrtiUoluiloui iitheiitttll ttiH'aare troujfht In cutitnit Willi iill nrt. No huly cm t'XKtt to uiflly rtcii'r from Mllflllll tf UltTlllt ilUcmus without t irliii;o th.it ran Ihnnmiilily liiuiM' the kt (tin) biitw the uuhIUIiui lu (unlnLt with all thu tllnv.iKiit 1'itrM. Call for ilrcutar- uf Itwoilivr iiw at Jru Horn. )riih'hy till iUuKKlii In itumiut Ui-nK'M, ut rubU-r itori'i. 1'rlcu the Mint m ny onllnary tyriiitfc tutviit ituJlnn. lanu IKtUitJ ty 0. IV. LL'TZ, Tiullaiiuiiolls. Inil. POll SALE BY T.SClir.FFr.!,Y I'.VAXS, 177 I'a. Ave, WAMUIMTION, 1. C. del7invtslm TN THESIS LINES OUR BTOCK IS EXTCN. B1VK AND WELL SELECTED I Wood Mantels, Artistic Tiles, Oneii Firo l'lnco Filling, llrass Firo Goods, Hrass Novelties. HAYWARD Si HUTCHINSON, 421 NINTH BTREET N, W,, PLUMPERS) AND FURNACE DKALKRa, TTIOOR FOR MEN QUICK, BU BR, HAFB ,uis rust jir.r uuiba. du itr., njra jook free. C1VIALU AUUNOY.lQli l'jlton V l itnet, New York, 6 Tjia rxz Bit's Gvidb. rrnB omcat rsNNarLVANiA imhjtk to X TIIKftOHTII.WKST, AND HOUTIIWKHT. BTKKL JLUUS. MAUNIFIt'KNT KQUI1 jmRNT -n . ..- ,N EFFECT PEC. 20, IBM, TRAINS LKAVK WASltlNOTO.N from station, comer Oth and U sis., as follows i '""i For Pliuburg and the Vest,Chlc Limited Ri pressor Pflscj (sleeping; Cars at DM a. m. dalle! lust Lice tl.WI a. m. dallr lo Cincinnati and nt! Louis, with Hleeplnu Cars from Ilarrlsnurje to Cin cinnati, and Hotel Car to St. Loulsidallr.eieeit Haturdnjr, to Chicago, with sleeping Car Alton to Chicago. Chicago and Cincinnati P.iprees, at 7 .10 p. m. dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Uilcngo, connecting at llarrlshurg with Western KipreM with through Weepers for Loulatllle ami f.V.. . "' ,!c"1e EipreM 10 p. m. dalljr for Pittsburg and the West, with through Sleeper liar rlslurg to Chicago anil Cleveland. ' ?. u,.r?..:! ashlnglon to Rochester, n i S'.i1", T,'!""1' Lofl1 "aren, and Elinlra, at O..MI. m. dully eicept sumlar. 1-or New York and th En, Tils. (). and 11 a. nn, 3,4.211,10 and llai 'p'. ',, 'o"' aunnVr, l a, ni., and a. 4:ll, 10. and 11.211 p. "a Limited Eiprees of Pullman Parlor Cars, I) 40 a. m. and U 50 p. m. dallr. eicept Sunday. " J-or notion wfthout change, 2 00 p. m. every day. For Brooklyn, N. V., all through trains connect Hording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double ferriage across New York city. For PhtlailelrMa, 7ilu, 0, and 11a. m., ailflO. !! V!,,."" l.a".Vl.m' 0n Sunday il I. m. " ,.2. 0,10, and 11.21) p, m. Limited Kt. prese, 0.40 a. in. and U 00 p. m., dally, eicept Sun- I For Paltlmore, 0."1S, 7iM, 0,0.40, 0 50.11a. ! in-1? 00. 2, ;l 00, 4 2d,4.27, Wl, O.T'llO, l6,"d iV.-r'.',.' ."'"s, '. u.uu, a a. m., j, .i,'.nr. 0, 7ilo, 10,andll;20p. rn. For 1'ope'a creek Line, 7:10 a. m. and 4:40 p. m, dally eicept Sunday. For Annapolis, 7il8a. m., 12 0.1. and 4:27 p.m. dally, eicept Sunday. un,iny, 4 20 p. rn, AkKXNi!l.U.A'iU FKEIiKIIICKHUDUO RAIL- iV.AJr.A,.,A.L.PXANU"1A ANU WASUINU- U KAIIiltlfAli, j ursvicinnonu nnu tlie noutu, u and 11-t dally, and 4.UO p. m. dally eicept Hundar. ., V.f S?.1! Aleiandrla for Washington, Ot)3, B, 1th 10.10 a. m.. 1, uno,:i2:j. o.lo? 7.Jo,aoJ 10 42 p. m., and 12 10 midnight (eicept Monday). On Sunday at 8 and 10.10 a. tu., 7.00 and 10.42 p. raiyandli.ionlght. r Tlcketaand Information at tbe office, northeast corner of Ihlrteenth Btreet and Pennsylvania avenue, and at the station, where orders can twleft for Hie checking of baggage to destination ficia hotels and leshlrnres. , .,;"AS.E.rUOir, General Manager. J. R. WOOD, Oeneral Passenger Agenl. TALT1M0RE AND OHIO RAILROAD. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DEC. 13. . lbHO. UNTIL FURTHER Nof ICE. Leave Washington from station corner NEW JERSEY AVENUE AND CS1RKET. -m0.'. J-ldcago, tj 4 J a. m.and 10 10 p.m. dally. Tbe II 4!l a. m. Is a fast Limited Eipreas 10 Pitta burg and Chicago, arrfvlng In Pittsburg at 7.110 p. m., Chicago neit morning at H 00, No eitra fare la charged on this train for fast time. lor Cincinnati, Ixiulsvllle, and St. Louis dally at 3 p. m and 10.10 p. in., with Through Coachea and Palace 8leelng Cars to above points, without change, il p. m, Is a Fast Limited Train lo Cincin nati and St. Louis arrlvlnglnCluclnnatlneit morn ing at 7.40, St. Louis a.,'10 p. iu. No cilia fare la charged on this train for fast time. For Pittsburg at 0 4 J a. 10., with Parlor Car, and H 00 p.m. dally to Pittsburg, Cleveland, and Detroit, with Sleeping Cars to Iltuburg. Forualllmoreon week days, 0, tl.l, (140,730. 8 UO, and 10 00 a. rn 12 10, 1 : 10, :l 10 (40-mlii-ute train). 030, 4.30, 4.40., 0.40, (I 40, 7.00, b.23, and 11 00 p. m. for Baltimore on Sundays, 0 20, 7.no, H 30, and 10 00 a. in., 1-20. 1:40, 3.30, 4.4U,'0.40, (i.40, 7, H 20, and 11.00 p. in, ' For Shenandoah Valley Railroad and points south, 0.30 p. m. dally, with Pullman Sleeper V, aehlngton 10 New Orleans. For Annapolis, 0 40 a. m.and 12:10 and 4.30 p. m.t on Sunday, H.30 a. in, and 4:40 p. in. For way stations between Washington and Haiti more, O, O 40, 8.30 a. in., 12.10 n. in,, 3.30, 4.40. 7, and lip. in. On Sunday, H.30 a. m. and 1:20. 3;IU, 4 40, 7, and 11 p. in. For stations on Metro politan branch, 7:10 a, m. dally, eicept Similar, andO 31 n. m. dallv: 4 40 b. ni.dallv. .rr.r,t Hnl day. for principal stations on Metropolitan lirancb; H40 a. m, dally; on Sunday stops at all stations. For Leilngton, Staunton, and Valley Dranili, H.tO a. m, dally eicept Sunday, For Ualthersburg and Inlermtdlate points, 0 00 n. in., 12 30 and 11 20 u. and 4.40 p. m. dally, eicept Sunday. For llagemon and Wnchceter.H 10 and OtltJ a. m. and 0 31 p. ro. dally eicept Sunday. 1 rains arris e from the w rat daily, 0.10, 7:20 a. ro., 1:30, 1 48 (New Orleans Eipress), and 0 30 p. 10, Prom Annapolis 8 30 a. m. and 1:30 and 0.23 p. to.: Sunday, 1030 n. m., 0 35 p. in From Leilngton, 0 SO p. ni, dallyeicept Sunday, From Fndertck and Intermediate points, 8.20 a. m. and b 10 p, m. dally eicept Sunday. Trains lenve Baltimore for Washington at 0:10, 0 30, 7.20, 8.43, H 03, and 10 30 a. m., and 12.10, 2 INI, 3 00, 4 OO, 4 20, 0 00, OJ10,7:I'. 0 00, and 11.00 p. 111.1 on Sundays, 0.30. 7.20, 8:43, and 0.05 n.m 1.30, 2, 4.20, 0 00, 0.30, 7: 13, 0.00. and lip. m. All trains from Washington stop m Relay Station eiceptl:to,315,and.10p.in. J""""" For further Information apply at the Baltimore and Ohio ticket orflce Washington stalloa,',olM and 1331 Pennsylvania avenue, comer ofFourteenta street, wLere orders will be taken for baggage to be checked and received at any point In the city. B. DUNHAM, Oeneral Manager, Ualtl'me're.' ' THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, JL VIIUHNIA MIDLAND RAILWAY SHORT LINE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. Schedule In edect Noember 13, 1883. 7.00 A. M.-LynthburgMall, dally, eicept Hun day, to local stations, tonuettlng at Charlottes. Mile with Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, and at Lynchburg with Richmond nnd Alleghany and Nor folk mid Mistirn Railroads, 11:10 A. M.-New Orleans Fast Mall, dally, mak ing close connection south aud southwest. Pullman bleeping Buffet Car from New York and Washington to Atlanta. Pulluiau sleeping Cars from Atlanta to New Orleans. 5 30 P. M.-Loulsvll!e r .t Line, dally, vl Charlottesville, to Cincinnati, Louisville, and all Incton to Louisville. ,, mrn, ,-i,jvo, . utiuiuu oievpiug can irotu nasa- 10:101'. .M. southern 3lall and Kinres.. A.llv to all I olnls south and southwest, lultinan BuOtt bUeplnir furs from WaJhlnjflon to Atlanta ao nen urifans, luiunnn Bieejn rroin Wtuhlncion, Tla Charlotte and Columtla, to Alk?n, MflnftKrtiu Dlvlilou tralo lravea Woiblnglon at 2 3u r.M. (lflily, txcfrtHmidnr. WarrvntoutndDi l-ae WnMiliiKtouat 00 A. M.Uaily, exctDt Uua day, 11.10 A.M. and 5 30 l..M.ftalfr. Trains arrive In Wiwlilngton-a 0.1 A. Jr., Soutb- ern Eipresa, dallyi Iimiia. M hirasburc Local, dally, ticen Bundayi 1:00 p. JI Ljrnchbuw Mall, dally, eictltfauuday; 010 P. M., New Orletns Part Mall, daflyi 0.40 P. M, Loulssllle bnecial, dally. Por tickets and Information Inquire at Comrny'a Office, 001 Pennsylsoxla avenue. Tralna leave from 1). & P. station. tJOL-HASH, C. W.CHE .m, Tramc Manager. Act. O. P. A?ent. pHESAPEAKK AND OHIO RAILWAY. (Uase D, A P. Depot, Blith and O streets.) 7 A. -M.-Kor all uy stations, leiluttou, Kr., Loulstllle, Clnclunatl, Columbus, and Bt. liuls. Dally eicept Hunday. 11 A. M. lorNtrt News, Old Point Comfort, and Norfolk. Dally extent tiunday, 0 30 P. .M.-Kor Louisville. Cincinnati. St. Loafs, and Chicago, conuettins fr all polutaWest, Northutst, aud bouthaest. Fust Express Molly): dors not stop for local buslnees. 1 hrouih Pullman strike to Louisville and Clucluuatl. For tickets and Information apply to C. & O. rail way ofllte, Oltl Pennsylvania aenue, uuder Na tional Hotel; Virginia Midland railway orUce, GOX Pennsylvania avenue, and II at P. station. Telephone call. 00811. II. W. FULLER, ueneral Passenger Agent. FRANK TRIOO, Eastern Pauecger Agent. WASHINGTON, OHIO AND WESTERN RAIL On and after November 13, 1883, trains wlllleava ficm and arrhe at blith and U strteu derot as follows Leave Washington 0 a. in, and 4:43 p.m. dally, AntienlLetaburitll 00 a, m. and 0 II p, m, Ar rite at Round Hill nt 11-47 a.m. aud 7.U'J p. m. Re turning, lease Hound UIU 0 01 a. hi. and 1:20 p. in. Pass Leeeburg 0 117 a. hi, and J.t'J p. in., and arrive at Washington 8 30 a, m. aud 4.10 p. in, The train leaving Washington at 4:43 p. m.and tLetraltiarrlvliiKat8:i3a m.aredally. AU otter trail aredaily except Sunday. Monthly and commutation rates to all points. II. HELL, Superintendent. Alexandria, Va. &'TJM.VJ10.tr IiISES. s s . .VS fl'O NORFOLK AND FORT MONROE. X Tbe Popular Route. Cheap Rates and bupe rior Accommodations. Single llikus, U. "3. Round Trip, 17, V. 8. Mall Steamer UEORQK LKARY. 110NDAYH, WEIINESDAYH, AND FRIDAYS. At 0 30 P. M., froiu7tli-st. Wharf, Hecure rooms and tickets at llallliuore andobla offits,1301and01tiPa. ave., St. Marc Iloiel.ar.d Ki.ox exi n ss. 110.1 pa. ave., who Mllalsocheck baggage from hotels and private residences, 1 or further Information luiiulre nt Company's office, 7th St. harf. 1 elephoue cull 740-3. WILLIAM P. WELCH, tlen. Agent. TOW FARE PORTRESS MONltOK AND NORFOLK. FARi:, 11. ROUND IIIIP, 11.00. Fteauer JANE MOSELEY, Muuday, Wednis. day. end Saturday, at 0 30 p. in. Counrcts closely at Old Point with the sttamtr Ariel for Richmond, Va. Passage and rooms secured at Oeneral Ofilco Oth stmt wharf, leleihone call, 01. Htops a Colonial heath Saturdays golug aud returning Fare, 30 tents. Irtlebt steamers KNK1IIT and OlDiON leave Iter 41, East Riser, New York, every Saturday, 4 p. in : ohil gton, Wtdmsday. bnau.sr TIIOMPeON for all Potomao Rivet Lr.u'.leis, bunday, Tuesday, aud Friday at 7 a, in. ALFRED WOOD. Secr.Urv. GEO. R. nilLLIl'S, buperlhtendeut. ' CLYDE'S NEW EXPRESS STEAM PACKET LINE FOR PHILADELPHIA, WASHINOTON, AND AIXXVNDItlA. AT APP01N1KD SAILING DAYB. From PHILADELPHIA every Saturday, 13 m From WASHINGTON every Mouday, I'd in. TLnufh aud louipt connection with New York, Posu u. Fall Riser, and all points North. Through pills of Lading given, Krtlght received and dellv eiidcailyumllOp. u, W. P. ULY1IB A CO . Otneral Agents, Pblladelchla. J H JOHNSON A CO., Agent.. ' l'Jtl, and mih hi. Wharves, b. W., 1303 F St. N, WWualcgtl&,D.C.