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THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN : SATURDAY MORNINtir. JANUARY !). 188G. A 8ION OK auou ti.mi:j. A l'nwnbrolicr'd l:r.pcrlcnco Toll Hlin IVliy inn lluslncs. I lld. "Ihojenrwhlcli Is Just about to close,'' fold a pawnbroker of tho Uowery to a re porter (or tlio Now York Mall an 1 Impress, "Las been a particularly unprofitable ono (or our business. Tlio reason Is plain enough. Tills year has been n (airly prollllc ono (or tbogencral population ot this city. 1 am In a position to know whether or not tlio poor aro really suffering from want mora than usual, My ibop Is tbo rendezvous o( person lntcarcbo( money. I.tss than bait an many Persons visit my storo now ns last year, attribute tbo causo of this depression to tlio (act tbat tuoro aro working now than heretofore. All classes of workers aro now busy. Only tboso who do not wish to work aro Idle. Tboso who aro tolling And It un necessary to pledKO tbo (aw articles ot per gonal property tlicy possess. Their wages Mifllco to keep them alive, aud tbat Is all they require Hut tbo absence ot these, regular customer Is not alono tbo reason ot our business being bad. Thcro aro about 0,000 Jowclry storcsln this metropolis. Ten per cent, or mat numucr is engaged id, to tlnni, an unlawful business. They, in n quiet manner, aro carrying on a pawnbrok er's pursuit, and at the samo tlmo selling Jewels. It Is done In this wayt 'Among tbo mlddlo classes thcro aro many, as you know, who would sooner starve than be seen entering a pawn-shop. Through good causes tboy aro compelled at times to resort to strategy In order to obtain money (or ono purpose or another. Well, by simply taking a watch and breaking ono of its hands, or something cite, they can enter ono of theso pscudo Jewelry stores, pretending tolnqulrowhat repairs will cost. After being Informed tboy will purposely hesitate a moment and then remarks 'You can have It ready (or me by Saturday, but until I como I wish you to advanco me $10.' That Is Just what tbo keeper of tho storo wants, for bo knows thcro aro ton chances to ono of tbo owner never calling again for his property. They can alTord toglvomoro money on goods than wc, becauso a llttlo polishing up will mako them now, or they can rcraelt tho gold and realize twice the amount of money advanced. Dut tho uvll of the business Is apparent. A thief, (or Instance, may tako a diamond ring which be has pilfered, and, by merely going to the Jeweler with a makeshift of having an In scription put on tbo Inside, can obtain a good sum. Thcro aro no questions asked, nnd tbo tblof knows tho pollco havo not their eyes on Jow"elry stores. No, the Jew eler docs not run any rink of belug caught with tho stolen goods, for he cau say It was left with him (or repairs by so and so, or, (or that matter, be could cosily placo tho etono In another setting. It you havo any vaiuauics, go up to somo oi iuoso stores nnd I'll wager you will raise monoy quick enough." The poor sufferer that has been dosing Mm. rolf wllh so called Troches and thereby upset his stomach without curlnx tno troublcsomo cough, should take our advice and uso at ones Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup and get woll, nil Legality of Iiequests for Masses New York Bun. Wo bellcvo tbo decision Just rendered la Brooklyn by Judge Cullcn, of tho supremo court, In tho suit of Holland against Smyth, Is tho first caso which has arisen In this stato involving tbo validity ot a testament ary provision (or prayers (or tbo doad. Tho caso Is tbercforo ono of peculiar interest and much Importance. Tho court of appeals had previously held that a contract made with a woman in bcr lifetime to exnend certain monov ot hers (or masses after slio should bo dead was valid. The court expressly declared that there was nothing Illegal In tno purposo to which sho wished her money applied, and to which tbo person to whom sue gavo It promised and agreed to apply It. But no contract existed in the caso presented to Mr. Justlco Cullcn. Tlio testator by his will simply gavo his residuary estate to his executors to spend In procuring masses to bo said (or the repose of his soul; and the question to bo decided was whether such a provision was good in law. Judgo Cullcn holds that It is, and tho reasoning by which ho reaches this conclu sion seems to bo satisfactory. , Thcro Is somo difficulty in sustaining tbo tcquest as a trust, becauso a living bcuo flciiry is wanting, nor can it bo upheld as a charitable use, becauso dcslgnod for the ben efit ot the giver himself, and so not a char ity. Tbo right of a man, however, to ap propriate by will as much of his estate as he chooses to tho erection ot a monument to his memory has never been denied by the courts, after tho claims of tbo testator's creditors wcro satisfied. Tho doctrine that n man may do what he will with his own has been strongly applied in cases ot this kind In Pennsylvania and Now Jersey. Judge Cullcn finds a close analogy between such provisions (or monuments and this Srovlslon for masses. In both cases tbo ling to bo done Is (or tho benefit of the dead, and it tho expenditure (or ono pur- Eoso is so obviously lawful as uniformly to ave been recognized as proper in the courts, why should not tbo other purpose, which is Just as worthy, also receive, ap provalf The suggestion has been mado that a dis tinction exists, because monuments afford gratification to tho surviving relatives rather thnnt to tho dead themselves. This may bo answered by saying that masses also gratify and solace the friends o( the deceased. Another point is tbat tho Catho lic Church is tho real beneficiary, inas much as tbo money (or tho masses goes into its coffers. This objection Is Just about as pertinent as it would be to arguo that a be quest (or a ten-thousand-dollar monument ought to be condemned by tbo courts be cause most of tho monoy would go to tho marble cutter. The flood Old Democrntlo Days. Frankfort (Ind.) Banner, John Brown, of Klrklaud, Ind,, this county, and Wm. Brown, of Peru, Ind., met In this city, Christmas day. After a short conversation about tho state ot old Virginia and their friends and relatives, they soon found out tbat their mother's name was Just tho same, and that their brother's narao was Just tho samo. John tald, "I used to llvo in Suffolk," and his brother then said, "I had a brother who used to llvo at Suffolk belonged to a wldowwoman. I havo not seen him since." John here Interrupted tho speaker by ask ing: "Tho widow Lcor" "Yes," replied William, springing to bis feet, "it is no use talking any longer; you aro my own bro ther." Taking uls arm from aiound his neck, saying, ''How havo you boon? Whoro have you been, that I have not seen you for so loud" Tears of Joy ran down their checks. They talked over the past, ot their travels from their boyhood days to tho present talked all Bight long. They were separated In the dark days of slavery, upon tho auc tion block, twenty-six years ago the 1st ot January, when men, and women, and chil dren, becauso thilr skin was black, wcro denied tbo commonest rights and sold as coods and chattels. When tho grand Union army entered Virginia tboy lied for their liberty, both not knowing each other. One reached tho 13th Indiana and tbo other tho 17th Indlaua volunteers by which they mado their way to Indiana. William has, ever since the closo ot tho war, resided near l'cru, and John about Thorutown, Lebanon, and Ulrklln. It Is Unselllsli. Chicago Inter Ocean. IJfo Insurance appeals to much that Is elevating In man's nature. It asks somo denial and expenditure from him that be himself may not live to sco rowarded. But the return to thoso for whom ho is striving Is sure to ensue, and has never yet provod Inopportune. There is less of selfishness In tho act of taklug and continuing insur ance than In any other outlay a man as itumcs, aud that tho habit of Insuring has become, so universal Is a tribute allko to tho worth of tho system and a proof that self-abnegation Is a much more general human attribute thau It Is otton credited wltv fcjlng; "urceny ou Leaving. "Fughl you don't call Deacon Simmons an honest man, do you," "Yes, slrcol I would trust him with all my monoy In tho dark It 1 j.od auy." "You haven't hoard ot his taking that thing from Mrs. Sowers' hall after tho social, thenf" "No, and I don't bcllovo It, anyway. What did ho taker" "His leave" At onco thcro 'roso so wild n yell, &c The JudgeJ ' "DisKisrn naturo oftentimes breaks forth in strange eruptions," and the result of it all is pain. Now Salvation Oil will tend this very pain to Ibc right about at the trilling cost of 25 cents. blX lAlH IN' niSL'OltV. Januahy 4. (IMS.) dcnlus-'IU n child .iRlrl- hliichiR ou the curious street Dancing bow, met) movement gracei .Motion, music, look, lane, sweet: All are ivonderliil, nnd she, She, n vrnlf, ft homeless thins, Joyous, all the world despite. Like tho birds our "Inter, bring. Genius on tho drama's slngo: Franco and England every land Onto and tremble, listen dumb Kd ber tragic scene Is grand I Fame proclaims her Jubilant! Hark, 'Us now n solemn bell I Answer, tower, Irnm shore In shore. Answer, sighing hearts -"Hachul I" Jan a tv 6. (l.W.) Valiant, noble, truo, Far tho wild watcsbluo Him, the hero, knew, Told his gallant story I Ah, tho born to-day, Could ho look away, All his life survey. Glory crowning glory 1 Could he sco tho end. Dark ills star descend. Mourned by foe and friend, Btruek-by Fate, the cruel; He, the world's applause, Yield to senseless laws, Wreck his country's causo Buch Decatur s duel I (1-81.) Arnold hateful namo to utter Dark assassin, base, ungrateful Ravages tbo IJind that nursed him, On his own high litaren-vowed marriage, (in his own unconscious children, Hurls dishonor, hurls damnation! fee, today, ho runs, a madman, Hound about the streets or lllohmond, Hears a torch, tho flamo applying, Here, now, thcro, to all the city. Traitor, 'tis thine hour of triumph! 1 raltor, comes thy retribution! Those, for whom thou hast forsaken Home and Liberty and Virtue, Thorc, too, shall in turn forsako thco. Even in England, eyes that see thee, Shall avert themselves, unseeing; Hands shall hldo themselves, thou coming, Hearts, nlouil or whispering, curse thco! Living, shall thou llvo an outlaw. Dying, shall thou dlo unmourncd for: Such so bo It Treason's guerdon! JAMUAIIY 0. (Hit) Sho spoli o of Inspiration. Ami rose to savo her Nation. Armlet clad In armor. Hearing spear and shield, llattlo nxes, banners. Flashed from Held to field. Never shone so brilliant Franca In Joy and might, Victory, exultant, Crowning each brave fight. (Suddenly disaster Chanced tlio daring maid Captive yet her courage Scorned to be afraid, Was not Ho her Saviour, llo who blessed her arms? Is Ha not her Saviour Still through all alarms? Yet they bound and led her " Fiercely to her death; Dames received her prayerful, Last confiding breath. Fnter, Joan of Arc. to-day, Thus In doom to pass away 1 (1SH.) Tbo world-surprising hour 1 stilt remember well, When tripped along awlre, A fairy, mocking ejes, A telegrapbla message Tho first, tho maglo message I Itcclluing on tho grass, Tho Capitol o'crlooklng, Among a thousand others, I saw tbo artist, Morse, Along the path advancing, "Tbo tool I tho madman I ' somo said, And ridiculo abounded. 1 tpoko not, only waited, Nor long, until I know: Tho wonder was accomplished I jANUAnv 7, (1718.) Putnam came for what? Walt awhile, and know. To deal to Freedom's foo What well becomes his lot. The story of tho cave, Tho wolf ho dared therein, May serve but to begin Ills course forovcr bravo, with such as he, all England's power Was vain as llcklo April's shower. (1800.) Millard Fillmore born: ho knew Little what he camo to do, learned tho much, In after time, Mounting to tho height sublime, Few men may accomplish. Thero Dignified our Sovereign Chair. JANUAIIY 8. (ICC!.) Only 'twas a lamp, Swinging to and fro: Yet It brought Strango new thought To Galileo. Though to-day bo died. Lives that wonder found, Lives and reigns: Timo retains Eo its measured rouud. (1815.) With cotton-bales and courago Jackron stood; From tho wood. Was l'ackenham emerging: Effort vain, Boon again Was l'ackenham retreating. New Orleans was saved to-day: Saved and war-tlmo passed away, Januauy 0. (1873.) Kapoloon, not tho greatest, But ho who reigned tbo latest, Died to-day; Alter troublous life-time, Anxious, doubtful, strlfe-tlmo, 80, away I 'Twaa Grander namo upraised him, 'Twas follhlosa War amazed him, Swept aside All his ldlo dreaming, Ail nis suiy Bcnemintr, l'omp and prldo I 8. D. THE COUHT lUICOItD. Buprcmo Court or the United States. No. SCO, Christian F. Llebko ct a!., plaintiff la error, vs. Wm. Thomas ; No. 033, Christian F. Llebko ct al., plalntlir In error, vs. Wm, Thomas. Sub mitted under tbo twentieth rulo by G. M. Stewart for plalntlu in error, and by Upton M. Young for defendant lu error. No. 921. Tho Chicago Tyro and Spring Works Company, plaintiff In error, vs. Jesso Spalding, collector, submitted under tho twentieth rulo by I'crcy L. Bhuman for plalntlft" in error, nnd by Assistant Attorney General Maury for de fendant In error. No. 11W. t'dward M. Illgglns ct al., plalntluli In error, vs. James McCrca. Submitted under twentieth rulo by C. U. Oonney and l J, Wlnir for plaintiffs In error, and by H. llurko and W, 11. Sanders for defendant In error. No. 1233. Sablno ltobblas, plaintiff In error, vs. Tho Taxing District of Shelby County. Sub mitted under twontlclh rulo by Llcko K. Wright for Plaintiff In error, and by B. 1'. Walker for defendant in error. No. M6. Wm. J. Pollock, collector, Ao., ct al appellants, vs. tho Philadelphia nnd Heading Railroad Company; No. M7. Wm. J, l'ollocic, collector, Ac, et ah, appellants, vs. tbo Fidelity Icsurance, Trust and Sato Deposit Company, Ac.; No. 018. Wm.J. Pollock, collector, &o.. appellants, vs. tho Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company, Appeals from circuit court or United States for the eastern district of Penn sylvania. On motion of Solicitor General Goode, for appellants, dismissed. No. yiX Robert P. Harry, plaintiff in error, vs. K. O. lMmunds, treasurer, Acs Nos. 071 and 079, cx-parte, William L. ltoyall, appellant and plalntlir in error; No. 10W. William H.Sandj, plalutltt'ln error, vs. E. (1. Edmunds, treasuror, Ac; No. 1010. William I,. Royal!, plalntlir In error, vs. me eibio or Virginia; no, iuu. 11, U. Challln, plalntltrin error, vs. William Tay lor, Argument continued by W, B. Staples for tho defendants In error, and concluded by 1. II, Chamberlain for the appellants and plalutllt In error. Adjourned until Monday. Circuit Court Justlco Cox. Tolson vs. In land and Scabord Coastlus Company; on trial. Trovers vs. Mitchell ct al,; Judgment by de fault. Wright vs. McMlchacl; ou trial. Circuit Court Justlco Merrick. MoDonnoll ys. Moffotf. verdict for plalntlir for Sm Ship man vs. Fletcher; attachment for cost of con tinuance ordered to Issue. Parker vs. Miller; on trial, liulty Court-Justice Hagncr. Gannon vs. Mctlulroctal.; pro confeuo against McGuIro and Smith, Ulackva. Mack; testimony ordered taken beioro L'xamlner Jas. II. Clarke. Hund ley vs. Mandley: bill dismissed. Criminal Court Justice SlacArthur. August Ilurgdorf, presenting falso vouehers(fourcases); a nollo pros, entered In each caso. ti. A. Whit akcr, presenting fulso vouchers; on trial. Am brose W. Drown, falso pretenses; released on personal recognizance. Win. T. Denton, per jury; released from Jail on ball. Probate Court Justlco Hagncr. Estato of Hester A. Stover; letters of administration ordered to Issue to A. A. Wilson; bond, 11,000. tttato of Patrick II. McNautz; will admitted to probato and record and letters testamentary Issued to Louisa J, MoNauti; bond, 81,000. In rovilll of Ilanuali Flanagan; will proven by tho witnesses. Kstato of llonry C. Windsor; letters of administration Issued to Frank L. Adams; bond, 520,000. Estatoof James Ooddon; Inventory of pcnonulty returned by collector, In ro (itlTRo Doolltllo, guardian; order allow ing guardian to apply money lrwu tho ward's esls to for benefit of tho ward. Ustato ofTlioa. O. Folgcr; allowance of commission to execu tor. Kstato of Jane A, K. Durgcss: petition tor picbatoof will Hied. Kstato or Zcllna ltoot; order appointing W. C, Mclntlro sole executor; bond, fl.'JOO. Io ro Emily II. Hereford; order allowing guardlaO to uso a portion of tho prin cipal of tho estate, .Kstato or Luclnda A. Melts; will hied for probate and record. Estatoof William Gocppcl; wilt )Ucd for probate and rocord, THE MAHICETS. Stoclis Dull nnd Weak Humored AI11 anco lie tween the Western Union und llaltlmoro nnd Ohio. New Yonit, Jan. 8. Thcro Is no material change In tho character of tho dealings at tbo stock exchange. Tho sharo market to dty has been very dull and on tho wholo weak. Tbo transactions, however, havo been confined almost entirely to operations between room traders, who think tho mar ket should have n dccllno of D to S per cent., and who aro ovldcntly working to that end. but who, at tho samo tlmo, aro ox trcmely timid and ready to tako profits of small fractions whenever tboy exist. Tho market has been repeatedly hammered, but a dccllno of fractions has Invariably been succeeded by a moderate reaction. Tho result of tho day's operations Is a net lost of i to I per cent, for tbo general list, with a decline of over 1 per cent. In Lackawanna and some of the inactlvo shares. Tho only exception to tbo rulo has been Western Union, which has been strong throughout, and il.iiws a net advanco of i. Thero Is a prevalent belief that somo kind of an alllanco Is bclnir formed between tbo Western Union and tbo llaltlmoro and Obto,whlch will result ultimately In the har monious working ot the two companies, and tbo strength to-day In thlsjstock has bcendtio to the circulation of theso reports. Tbo coal trade Is admittedly In a very unsatis factory condition, and Lackawanna yielded this afternoon to 121 2, closing 1 better,wlth a net loss of 11. Tho total sales wcro only SlO.cOO shares, or 14,700 shares moro than yesterday, of which nearly CO por cent, was in Lackawanna, Eric, St. Paul, and West ern Union tho only stocks which, distrib uted as much as 20,000 shares each. Uuotntlons of l'rlday's Stock Hales., The following have been furnished by Rateman A Co., bankers, 1411 F street, being lbs most Kilts stocks In th New York exchange: Op'g. High, Low. CI 'sg. Bales New York Central... loo 106 103 lMs Michigan Central 71 Lake shore Mb, ssVj S7V, s;Vj 7,200 CanadaSotithem.... 41 41 41W 4IV4 Chicago A N.W. ... 10UV, !KI 10UU 1091, 10,709 C.M.andO Wi 40( 40 404 100 C.M.nndO.rref.... 10Ji loibj 101 101 C, M.and8l.P. tHt 034 l 011a 2J,soo a. n.aniio now. ijwv iwi, 139 Pacific Men, Mi,, C5' 0.114, mm, 0.000 i:,soo westerp union. .,,., is. Jt'w is' (14 Missouri raclflc Texas l'aclnc Delaware & Hudson. Central FaclUc Krte L. and N Union l'oclflc Jrrsey Central list 1124 1114 1"M IIS) ll'd 10S 11, in 03 9J, Q2 43'S, 43S, 20b 20 204 2o, 41 41 41V, 41 M M ii II 43 tl 43M) 4311 2,000 11,300 1,100 w.,t. 1 and v.., 11 .... .... uvi ..... V Bt.L. nd r.pref. io I)., L. nd W 123V UV, lilt lii 03,100 mils, mnu urauing. ;z z su'b w. 12 Northern Paclflc, 2.HU illi 23 23 n. r. prer. Illinois Central., Oregon Trans... Canada l'aclnc.. Wrslbhorc Rock Island C0, 00 89 l SUti I40 IIOI4 814 334 31' 331 C'llj CD 0-1 M , 103 10JV, , 129 1MV, 200 The Washington Btook Kxoliange, Thefollowlna list of the most acttrs stocks dealt in on the Washington Stock Exchange Is furnished by Messrs. Veil & Co., bankers, No. 1437 l'eunsyl vanla avenue 1 Jan.S. 1S86. Did. .Asked remanent Imp. r, 1891, coin 113a 111 rermanenttmn. ?s, 1891, cur 117 1171 Did. , 1I3 117 117 127 127 117 114 1134 120 V. juarzei biocks ,s. inu?, cur, Water stocks 7s. IDOl.cur.. Vnter stocks 7s, 1903, cur... Fifty-year funded 3.6fis,102l,cur'cy. Tw enty.year funded a p. c. isooxur. tlJMi Twentv-vear fund Cs. 1802. coin 114V, 127 Mi Thirty-year fund Cs, 1902 coin Wash, and Georg'n bonds liu Metropolitan itauroaa biock Columbia Railroad stock. ... .60.. 100 110 ..50.. 40 North Capitol and O street 50, IT Anacnstln 23.. Washington (las Llpbt Co 20., Cleorgetown (las Light Co 2-1.. Plrenien's Insurance Company. 20,, Franklin Insarance Company.. 23.. National Union Insurance Co.. 50.. Arlington Insurance Company, loo., Columbia Insurance Company. .5., German-American Ins. Co too,. Potomac Insurance Co. 23. ltlggslnsurance 0., Hoard Pub. Works Green 6s Masonic Hall bonds Washington Market Co. stock. ..50,, Washington Market Co. bonds Wash'n Brick Machine stock. ,,100,. National Metropolitan Hank. ..100.. NaUonal Hank of Republic. . . ,100, . Farmers & Mechanics' National Hank, Georgetown ..,, 100,, aniens' National Hank 100,. 41 43 19 I'Vj 140 11 1M 49Uj 6 OS 101 17 101 119V, 139 7 97 103 155 104 IOSI4 Second National Hank 100., Central National Bank 100,. Great Falls Ico Company 100.. Real Estate Title Ins. Co 100.. Pennsylvania Telephone Co 60.. Chesaoeake & Potomac Tel. Co.100.. 1 100 09 40I& eo 03 1M& 100 41 United Slates Electrlo Light Co.100,. 03 7214 aflni,igniin. jBimongaaB vv National Bare iwpoelt Co llaltlmoro 1'roduco Market, Jan. 8. COTTON dull: middling, 0c FLOUR steady and firm. Howard stroet and westorn super. SiC2a.tX): do, oxtra, 83.23 4.00; do. family, S4.234.73; cltv mills super, 12.(0133.00; do. extra, S3.t0ffll.15; do. Rio brands, (1.02 1,79; Patapsco family, S3.G3; do. gunerlatlvo patent, 80,00. WIIKAT-Soutborn steady and quiet; west ern higher nnd dull; (southern red, V0(3'lc;do. amber, 06t7c; No. 1 Maryland, OloTild; No,' 2 western winter rod, spot, 87o' asked; Feb ruary, 880 bid; March, SW!Hc; May, DSJi Ol'c. CORN Southern nominally steady; westorn higher, closing dull; southern white, 43017c; do. yellow, 4317c; western mixed, spot, iVQWAo; January, 47JilSc; February, 47 4Jicj steamer, 414l!4c OATS steady and quiet; southern, 84339c; Pennsylvania, 3fi39c; western white, 30aj38c; do. mixed, SlOlTc. 11YE quiet at 6870a HAY steady; prlmo to cholco western, 813.0Oa13 60. PROVISION'S quiet and nominally steady. Mess pork, 89.SM10.O0. Hulk meats, shoulders and clear rib sides, packed, 45Vc. Dacon nominal; hams, 10llc. Lard, refined, T4fy 7Ko. Duttcr dull and easy; western packed, 2223c; limed. 16&170. quiet: refined 73i71c. luvyA;. i:uuxviit aivvou. Wiba Jifuii;,. 'ctroicum sicaayanu 771 ill; Itlc bur r r. 1HBS16B. COFFEE dull; Ilia cargoes, ordinary to fair, IIOAU striuln A solt. C'ic: Conner refined firm at 10K10Kc. WHISKY steady at 81.1CK31.20. BALTIMORE STOCK MARKET. BiLTiuoPK, Jau. 8. Virginia 0s, consoli dated, W; new KMOs, S8Ji; North Carolina Cs, old, 1.1631 bid to-day. pncsoninco dy physicians EVEnvwHEne. OURE8 CONSUMPTION, HEMORRHAGES .liuf flit Wnttlii'j Dttcaicsi INEBRIETY, habitual drunkenness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, MALARIA. TUB ONLY PURE STIMULANT THE SICKr,?NVALIDS, CONVALESCING PATIENTS, AGED PEOPLE, Weak and Dedilitated Women, For sale by Dragalsta, drocers and Dealers. S'rlcp. anu xsollnr 1VB lsoiiiv. rw Persons east of tho llocky Mountains anablo to proeura It from their dealers can havo Half Down sent. In plain case, un marked, Kinross charges prepaid, by remit ting Bli Dollars to Tk Dully Malt Whltkey Co., Oalllmore, Md. UflttlreoN mttng Zfiors's J'weJUatl RlUry re f (J f Mall fttwaliu ! tr e nr HMtt ai,lIIH.ei yWt. TTT EYBU A CO., WILLABD'S DOTEL BTABLB8, Corner Pourtcecth and D stnets northweit, JKT Branch Office at ths Arlliurtan, .aaRisSis2?iffi2M Absolutely ruro find Unadultera ted, I in uss in H HOSPITALS, H CURATIVE INSTITUTIONS, R INFIRMARIES, 1 AND H ADVEItTIBin) MSTTCIIS. The following Is a llslofndrertlsed letters remain ing In th Washington city postoOics 8ATUIUUY, Jan. I). 18K0. jrn-Tn obtain any of these letters lbs applicant tnufl call for Anvriitisrii f ETTrr.s. SiTlfnotcalledfornlthln four weeks they will bo sent to tbo desd letter office. FRANK D. CONOnn.roitmsjter. LADIES' LIST. Allen, Miss A Johnson, Mrs Julia Johns, Mrs Lucy JsrvK Mrs L (I Johnson, Luclnda Jackson, Mrs Jackson, Mrs MaryE Jackson, Mrs Jeppht, MrsM Koile, Mrs Hell Kirk, Mrs (I W King, Mrs Helen Wood Knowles, Mrs J Klrkbrlde.MlssLldle Kennedy, Miss Maggie Kenny, Mrs (Maria Leslie. .Mrs AD 101 Allen, Jlrs Anna Pit Adams, Cora Atiry. Itattle Abrahams, Kails Iiacon, Agnes J liflrnsrd, Mrs Alice M llsron, Hello llrooks, Iltllln Iirlcht, Mrs Cherry Rrown, Mrs Cora 11 Ilnnson, Captolla Ilanley, Mrs Davis W llrowne, I-ininllly llullock, Kiln neary, Ml E niwtkfl. uiu Leven,iie, Miss Anna Dennett. Mrs r O lap, Ml" Affile urown, jMfliism ueriruuei-iawnfn, mis ri llrown, (ilrtrrgo Logan, flraco Heard, Mrs John Loher, Mrs J II Itrennsn.MrsJohn I,ogan, Una Ilrlffht, Mrs John l, Ml' M Jiurcil, i.11110 i.ennoi, .niss riiigham, Mrs Letteshir Lcwlr, Mary J nrnnlri. Mrv K Ucch.MlM Magjlo Lane, lloxsna McNrllt, Mrs Fannto McConninghy, llattlo McDonaM, Jlrs N J Mason, Mrs A LWInittone Mexla, M ls AmanUa Morgan, Mrst) A Marble, Miss Evelyn Mason, Ml" Kllatl Itrush, Mrs Maputo Iluckner, Miss Ml) llloiid. Mary II roimvrll, Settle llrcokc, Nannft Iirlrknrll, Mrs Stephen lilalr, Mrs Susan Bennett, Sarshl Camden, Annie fVtl. Mr AnulA Moore, sirs Frame Crawford, Mrs charlotte Mitchell, Mrs Henry CRmliel. sirs uwonno Closer, Bins uenen (lark, Mrs Caildlo Marbls. Helen mm, .irs jr Colsao, Lleolso Clark, Mrs I! It Cook, Mrs Plla tlsrp.MrsKd Carter. Mrs (J Colp, Mrs Harriet Collins, llattlo Cample II, Jennie (larke.Kailo Celtcelk, Kale ( hesley, Mary Clark, Mlnnln Cole, Mrs Mails Mosslni. Harriet Miles, Miss II 1 MkldieilUh, Mrs Jamos MoorcMlts.Maury Marble, Mamie Marble. Mnlllo Melns, Millie Mlddlellth, Maud Marshall, Mary Joephln Mahoney, Mrs Mary Mercer, Massif) Merrill, MrsM A MacCreerr, Mrs Myers, MlnnleS Clark, miss .Mtnuers, .'in r.iuiijr Clark, Jlrs Mary Olmsted Jtiseas, Miss Itos Cnrler.MayD Maxwell, Mrs 8 E (2) Carroll, Miss M A Mason, Mrs Wondsum Cowman. Noma Krtlitml. Sirs M H Cowan. Mrs It II Cash, Mrs H 11 Day, Alice Douglas, Annie E Dnnklne, llattlo Duglat, Mrs John Petercux, Mrs John Drake, Ixitta Dawson, Louisa D Davis, Mrs Lucy Dlpgs, Mrs Duentr, Mrs Itosle Dorset, Hulls M Kvans, Aila J P.vcrine,AmiaL r.vrrclt, MrsChas Pttirar.Mrs FeMs, Mrs llattlo 1'all. Mrs Lllllo Knell. little Kllanr, Llsltta Farrell, Illilna Fanleii. Mrs Jane Fosky, Ida Foster, Jennie Fonhle, Mrs Kate Footo, Kale Feldhuicn, Mario FrrnaM, Miss Finks, Margaret Fearson, Mrs Mary Fisher, Itebecca Ford, Mrs VlralnlaB Foster, MrsW A (Irangcr, AnntoM Cover, Ann T (l rich, Alice Orecg, Mrs Annie M Garner, Alice (linings, Ilesslo Oreen, CarrloT Calls, Mrs Charles O'Lauahlln, Mtss Jeanno 0,Kefre1MllsKalte l'arker,MlssIieillo(2) I'luraer, Miss Clara Phelps, Miss Ida Pumpbrey.MlssIsa Payne, Mrs Kato Purccll. Mrs Lizzie Page, Mrs l'lant, Mrs Mary rickerlll.Nelllo Fallen, Nanle Powell, omlo Park, MIssHarahJ Parker, Mrs H Plan, Mrs a Mil Ouccn, Mrs Kmma Hose, Annie II Itoblnson, Mrs F.llra 11 Heed, Mrs F.vcrllno ltoy, Miss IS ltcwl, Henrietta Itoblnson, Mrs Harry D ltoyall, Miss L Itogers,Mrs Lucy IMuth.MlssML Hanilolph, MIssM E (2) Itonlaud, Masela Itohlnson, Itoso nolllns, Miss Willie Bheridan, MrsAnnto Hmllb.Anmt Htagg, Carrie Hhortcr, Camella Stewart, Mrs Cora , Hproul, Mrs C It Kcolt, Esther (il) Bmallwoo,!, Mrs Eliza Hnilth, Mrs Ellen Heely.MrsEA Kheppenl, Mrs EUlo A Htmio. IlfittleU (ireen, Daisy Hmllh, Mrs IIC Uarilen.Mral'.llsabethI Hnilth LU (nuiinml. i:tta Hwann. Mrs J A Green, Miss FM OolT.MrsOl' Gary, Gertie Grcenwell, Louisa (3) (laildls, Mary (lulllots.Mrs Grimn, Polile Grills, Mrs William A Green, Mrs Zelphy Halloran, Sirs Annie O How, Mrs A a Howard, Hello Hollarca.Mlssll Ilardle, Oelle Harrison, Carrie Helsler, Clara Harrison, Carrie llasklns, mien Halllday, Mrs Elw (J Hurd, Mrs Hannah Hubbard, Ida Holmes, Mrs Jlnney Henry, Mrs Jasper Hopkins, Jenny Henlgf, Kato Hughes, Laurla Hays, Mrs Loulio Hlgdon, Letlla Hunt, Mrs Laura II lid, Louisa Hall, Mary Hunter, Mary Hlder.Mary Herbert, Mary F Hlckok, Mary M Henry, Mary Sherman, Laura Scott, MrsM II stacey, Mrs Bhlpnian, Mrs Mary V Simmon", Magglo Sharer, Sirs Beabrook, Mattle D Htephcns. Maitlo Bellas, Maggie U Bulllvan, Nellie Hcott, Mrs Sun Shlells.MlssUJ , Townsend, Mrs Ada Tyler, Mrs Augustus C Turpln, Annls w Thomas, Mrs E II Townes, Emma Travlers, Mrs 11 J Tomster, Laura Thomas, Nell . Thomas, Octavla Van Horn, Clarlno Vonohuesorgen, Mrs J (tl) Waller, Mrs America Weldenbacb, Mrs Emily Wal ford, Kmma tVelser, Florenco Wood,IIattle(2) Watson, Mrs II II White, Mrs 1 1 Wllkln.MrsJohnQ Wood, Jlrs Lizzie Washington, Mrs Laura Westford. Mrs Wilson, Maggie Wood, Martha Waters, Mrs Mary E Ward, Matilda JirUUlTBUll. ,u,a u ... Hunt,Mrsllalph(2) HoskIntMrsHarah Howard, Mrs Hallle Holmes, Ballto Harding, Husey Halley, MrsHM Hunt, Mrs WmT Johnson, Mrs Ann Jobnson, Addel 1' Jackson, Mrs Chapont Jienucrson, iura ib ,.i Woulders, jlrs Webb. Minnie Wright, Nannie C Williams, Itebecca Williams, Mrs llhodlo Walker, Mrs Sarah Wood, Vlrgle Wallace, lira WS Young, Mrs Virginia joncs, Airs is r MISCELLANEOUB. "Miss Nannie, 3115 D si" GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Anderson, Albert Arpluo. Antonio Allen, K II Asshcton, DON Alexander Jl 8, Judge Annagno, ulnseype Auburn, Genl Atrell, John Arnold, J H Agnoetlno, La Manila Adams, Willie, Mister Alrlon. Win Baldwin. A II llrown, A 11 Bailey, A JI Hanks, Ednil llrunmcr, Kdwd liachrach, K A Harney, EdadD llaxter, II Ulasnls, Hugo Clias Hums, Henry llrlck alter, HH Hrecn, Jas Hrow n, Jcsslo Hell, John Uennlt.J F Hrlghaiii, Joseph L Burroughs, J w Hutler,Jno J Dernhelmer, Max Hinhnm. l'rencher Ilowtn, It T (col'd) Hroun, HMO llaxter, Sterling Hundy, Bit, Dr Uaker, Thos Hotter, M V Harry, Wm norland, Wm C Uarllng, Wm II Uenzlou,Wllby(3) Urldges,WL,Capt Love. Jas L Lamb, JnoE Looud, J H Llnthlcum.OllsW Lulgl, pagamerzl Lynch, P II Loud, itlchd L Lewis, H Lyon.Slmon Lee, Thos 11 Lulgn, Vlncenzo Vernn Lee, Wing Laclcle, W.Jr Llnch, Wm 1' Lobb, Wllh Lakln,TYIIIT Magoun, A H McLord,c,Capt Jlessenkoph, Chas Magltl, Chas W Mcltca, Gcnl D McManus, 1) P Maccamnon, D C Montgomery, Einlle Miller, Frank Mills, Frank f MIxor.F W Mature, Glnsypd Jlarble.Georgo Jlontgoinery, Geo Mitchell, Geo U JIon"ett,01I, llev Jtorcy, Herald Munroe, Henry McDougall, J X McMillan, J 0 Mellch.John JIarkham, J D Mercer, Jas J Jlcl'herson, L O Mansberg it llrother McGregory&Co McMahon, Michael J MIllsT.Iteca McWIIllams.n Martin, ltoderlclc MrGllsey.Tom Miller. The f Imrrli. Tteii Cnllen, tilde, Master Corser, DB.Col Conely, Kdwlnr Collins, UK f-rnan lrnnlc Martin, Thos Cutler, Fronk, Gen & Mrs.Maddo, Thos. Dr I.MI1UUU, AllOI. lis Manning, Wllllo McCalllster, Ward Marye, W 11 Maglnulss, W L Naarre, Anthony P Norrls.thas N'orthoiise, Francis E Newbold, F It enter, ueorao CofTey, Ceorge Cainron, Geo W Campticll. II fampblell.IIugh J Chase. James Cot. John Case, Joieph D Crawford, Jach, Matter Norrls.J J Clements, J K Nelson. TW casteel, Rom Crawford, HA Cowan, U JI Culbertson, Saml Crafton, Lule a Cram, Tim 11 Cowling, Thos E Crowder,lhos Carlln & Co, Wm Crowell, Willie U Cooper, win Collin, W H lal, llenjsinln Dent, Duke Dlikens.Doll Decker, D It DeJanon.F Davls.lt J Ducsberry, Jas M Do Grange, JIadain Dunn, Milton DICroble, 1'arn.uale Davidson, Ituful Draue, Band Domn In, Simpson K Denel, B Daldson,TIt Day, Wm II Donnelly, W J Foul, Augelo Ely, Chas F Elllotl.lhasK Eroln, Geo Krsscnbln, Harry l'lllolt.J I', Col Esprey, Luke Kaster, Mr lldgar, Wm Kagan.Wmll l-liily. Oil Vales, IS Fletcher, Oeorge C.') Foremann, Geu L Farrell, Henry O Fisher, Jatcr Field, John Foster, John Fall, O It P, Dr Fish, Senator Foley, Wm o Goreschc, Alexjr Graham, A Gibson, Clarence Gordon, u 11 Green, D Grozler, RA UlUon.QspW Overton, J W Ostiorne, LII O'NIelle, 11 1: O'Dryant Wm 1'aclllce, Harlnl I'aimer, J', u l'adrutt, Henry Parker.lUnry Peck, 11 P K l'almer, J Donald liseopa, Pletro Pierce, Itobt T Oulticy, Chris tluluby.llll (luliin, Wm lleale, EM Ilolllns, John lliisseli: J II, Capt Ityau.JH Itencar, Band Eager, Saml Ityan, S II Header, Wm 1), Lt Btofcr, Al Boiler, Augusta BpceLAIl Bmltli, Chas Smith, Cart Hulllvan, Chas BnellswIch.Cha Hnoouer, I) U Hlado, H 11 Htacey, E Stephau, E htorblue, K II Swearlnger, 11 11 Beybohl, Ernest 1) stone, Lzra L Stone, Frank n Hmlth, 1' J Htreleh.FJI Smith, Fred L Hhcrldan, Gent G A Bavllle.GeoU Btoettoos, OlouonolMO Shepherd, (1 11 Hchwlizrr, Henry Sutton, Henry Sidney Sibley, Henry J Htlllwell.Olt sauiphct, Iserdore Lenby Btyrup, John Hargeat, John U Builib, JohnO Sheehan, John L Hlulu, Jltllen.Mr Sutton, Johns Green, Henry Gun-on, J Green, JO Grlswold.JMA (InMloe, J It Gutman, JnoH Grutlian, JI V Germalne, Ilcvel Gretu.Itll Green, Wm Gray.Wm (lnuory, Wit Horner, Ainbroso Hilton, AH Holmes, 111', Capt llelsel, Co-Kr Kicks, C.Ittv Hcrrog, Chas Halllwell.Capt jlealtt, Don Foster itarreti, Kdwd lllncy, nil Honard.CrnH Hale, lllram L Hayes, H Anel llawken, J Albert Hudson, Jas N Hurley, JnoP Ilsrden, James T Ilolerdny, James Howard, Lit Harms, Jlonson llltliler, Jllrbael H(iiey, JI D Hitchcock, Malar llolllday.MrelMrs llalnrs, Jlr llixlsklns, WO llutchersnn. Win It InlM, HamlP.Jr Jnikson, A W Jaml-on, Haker A, Col Jotus, I-dwd Jenkins, Geo (col'd) Jenkins, James Johnson, Jamts Johnson, Jas Jury, J John-ton, Hand Raunders.MlDgo Bl-son, ON Htenhennon,Iltchd Springer, ltuln Haunders, 11 A Hterens, Itobt E Bkaats, It S Begat, H 8 Bhafer, Sturm Bmllli.ThosK Baullbury, Thos 8 Btuart, Win U Hlmons.WL Thornton, Anthony Talhott.AJ Tmesdelt, chas A Talbert.H Trowbridge, John h Terry, JI 11 Tyler, Haml Taylor, IlohertH Thompson, It W Urbatti. Eugene, I'rof Vnes.chos H Vernon, Geo It, Gen Vlnal, JnoF Vlncenro, Palo Verna Fratcllo Vntralsky, 8 O Valles, W.M F Walker, Avary 8, Opt Williamson, II AItt Welsh, Caplon Williams, Charley N Williams, O P Wllklns, E 11 (2) White, Jas W bite. J Wlllams,JnoL2) Watson, Jas Walh.JnoJI Woolen, 8 J. Dr Washburn, Mr Woodwool, P II Wade, Itlclut . . . Warwlch, ItandolpliT Willi". Itlchd Wharton, Col 11 W Ward, Ham Watts, Solomon L Weems.T Wing, Theodore West, Col T H Warner, Wattle White, Wm Woodword, WC(3) Wollard.WJ Williams, W II, ii Co Wer, W 8 West, W W Veard, Andy Young, D P Yates, Henry Young, L E Zypprkht, II larrrue, win Jo!ies,Wm A, Col Klnrald.Geo W Klfp.llenry Kelly, Jorrph 1 Knott, John D Khld.JtHCI) Kenner, PA 11 King, PA Co Kent,Wm Kean, W L I.e Lomax, ( has Iorltz, Icnrtlus Lnne.Jsmes Lackey, Jos JIISCELLANCOCS. The Household fluid 11 Johnson Alley Old Toga local i.i:xti:hs. ladies' list. Anderson, Jllss CornellaMurray, Annie H Acker, Jlrs Jlemburg, Carrie ileverly, Annie Moore, llattlo nelleiie.MflitainA(?arrler.Mllter. Jlrs Josenh Hland. Fannto t,,rt.l L.l.ntn tlnnl.n.n.H, M.. t.I.IA ..,u...K"'..' lt ....... iMuiUKunirry, ,,irnjn Jlotloii,JIrsKathan Bollly.JIrsLutyA HrlscK, Ilosa (lay.Jllssd (one, Jlrs Ellra Cutd, Jlrs E (2) (.artef, Eltratwlfi U Collins, J.'rs Julia Coknian,Jlrsl'Uclnda Campbell, Jllss Jf Carter, JlaWl Drummer, Jllss I Ilea nc, Jllss JIarle Daly, Jlrs Hamucl l'Ox.MlssIluhla risher.Mrs Fitzgerald, Jllss Fuller, Nora M llhls. Jlrs Annie Gram, Amanda (talluv.ay, Jlrs Kale Glhney. MlssIiOulsa Groonen, Jlrs Nelly (lllibons.Harah J Hopkins, Jlrs A Hamilton, Corn Harris, Lmma Jane Harmon, Miss Lotla Hughes, Mrs It L Hor,ker,JIrs Honford, Marlah Johnson, Jlrs Eliza Jones, Jlrs KUza James, Jlrs Knight, .Mrs Allco Krelms, Itobert Lowe, Ella Llntou, Mrs Lowe, Jlrs loore, ixiui-o Moore, Jllss Lula Jlaltlson. Jlrs Jloore, Jlrs Tredwell Moore, Miss Jlaud Nulling. Jllss Maud North, Jlrs M L O'Connor, Miss Flmelscl, Ellso Paiton, .Mrs HouleJ, Jlrs Annie I! Ilellly.JIrsDr ltki;.'nson, Mrs Letltla Husscll,;frsM Iliisscll, Jlsry Howls, Bopbla Bmllh, JlrsCondlt Bkcltln, JlrsLlrzle V. Btreamer, Jlrs Steele, Miss St (.loir, Nelllo Hcott, Mrs JI J Tjson, Jlrs Fit 1 nomas, Jlrs J J Taylor.JIrsMarla Whltnev, Jlrs chas Wade, Jlrs OF Whelan.JIrsDr Wlllard, Jllss Joo Walker, .Mrs JO Wilson, Jllss Kallo Ward, Miss Lullo Wolfe, Laura Wills, .Mrs Jlallo White, .Mrs Jlary V Wallace, Mrs H I) Wright, Jllss Salllo MISCELLANEOUS. 'Jllss Mallle C, 121S, Bwt lSlli A ltllli" '.MIssJlattleC'JiaBE'1 GENTLEMEN'S LIST, Abhitt.AH llrown, Gcorgo llabyson, J llurllngame, J A llrown, Jlr Iiyrnes, p Hruce, It O Hennett, W II Cory, A J Curtis, Ed Cohen, George Comar,JohiiU Cunningham, James Cosgroe, John Cnnnaday.Jlr Cooper, Jlr Lewis. Jlr J learning, Jlr JHuhell.AO JlcFee, Chs W Morgan, Eugeno Jllllward, F J JIatthew, Gea Miller, (Ico F Jlorris, Ilcv O W JIattom, Herbert It Jlorgan, II It .Martins. Jlr Miller, Itoswelt Moser, Master Itobt Mally, B Maltby,81t Naeliers, Will Nnuell.CantW D Parker, Col Pertman, L II l'utnam, Jlaster Rufus Illicit, u It ltoblnson, Frank Itnmscy, J D II Dodgers, RJI Hchultz & Chapman Spencer. Chas Smith, Daniel Stockman, It Smith, F II Smith, Jlr Bcrlhner, Theotloro siuart, Thos W Bweeney, Wm Bhlne, Wm Giles Thompson, Arthur Tacow, Henry Trahey, J Thomas, J E Thompson, J Y Tenner, Jlr Tucker, llottert Tyson, Ihomas Torrey, N II Wallaco. A Wilson, Jlr A Jlrs Jas Wilson, Joseph F Watklns.Mr We) forth, It uurry, ?ir Cralce, Jloses L.IHTK. miiiim (lark, Will O Clark, Col II It Dcvere, Edward Dounclly, F Dunmore.H Davis, Jas Ilobcrt Dante, Mr Evans, ICO Edwards, James Eastman, Jlr Koll, Jllss Faster, Dr Grlnln.CC Gee, Frank GIlbert.Harry Gibson, Jlontgoinery Gurst.lt J Hamilton, Edward Hotchkln.Eddy Hall, Frank Hamton, George Hunaker, Harry Hatch, Mr Helm, Jlr Howard, HF Jarrell, Chas A Jones, Itlchard Krrby, J O Kelly, Pat Kcll, Phillip x.ist op li7rc1is itotubned 1'iiosi di:ad li:tti:k officii. ladiw list. lllrks, Jlrs Ellen Trine, Louisa Jt Hums, JIarcarcl Ward, Jlrs Annie L Cross, Ida Willis, Anna Crowder. Jlarr Wilson. Jlrs Annie Kendrlck, Emily Weaver, Jllss mien Miner, Sarah IS (limit, Bertie AVright.Lizrio Watkyns, Jllss Bceuou, airs OENTLEJIEN'S LIST. Brown, Win JIaury, 8 F Derr, Harvey Jlulford, JI It Hurd, II A Parker. Albert Isers, II Bauds, Samuel JIaersaneo, Geo A Spooner. Wm O Morgan, John Yolgt, F KAST OAWTOr, STATION. nearcly. Miss Addle Elliott, Mrs Win P Gatrwood. Frances Gordon, Jllss Emma Johnson, Jlrs Eliza Acry, UK Gross, II GEOnCUTOWN STATION. Burns, Jlrs Trances E Davis, Jlrs Hannah A Davis, Mrs Ardella Daunport, Bailie Jlarcy, Annie New man.Mrs Ann V streems, Jlrs JIarttia Taylor, Mrs Alice Jt Tolson, Hdna fiowen, William Butler, Aaron Council, JoliuP Curtis, O W Dangloss, saml F Jloore, W'ill 11 Parker, E (I do Podestad, Louis Taylor, U W Wlik, Mr Small Pox MARKS CAN BE REMOVED. LEON & CO., Loudon, perfumers to H, M, the Queen, have In ented ami imlcuteil the norMKnow!i4 OBLITERATOR, which removes Small Vox Marks of however Ions Handing. The application Ulmp1enii4 harmleu, causing no Inconvenience, and contains nothing Ju Jurloiu. I'rke, (2.0U, SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. LEON & CO.'S " DEPILATORY" remotes Superfluous Hair In a few minutes without pain or liuplrpafiant sensation, never to frrow agaf n, blmplo and harmless, l'ull directions sent by mall. 1'rke, U.UU. Goo. W. Shaw, Gon. Agont, HlOTrcinont Street, Boston, JIasi. WASTED-LADIES ANIIOEXTLEMEN WHO wish to make su to 4)1 a day easily at tlulr own homes. Work sent by moll. No cauvasslnir. Address, wllh stamp, CHUWN JI'F'U CO., '.'HI Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio. dell-Wit JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. Hold by World. All Dealers Tliroiicliiitit the nold atcdul 1'iirU i:xiolllim 1H7H. JOHNSON BROTHERS,'! nrAiras in ANTHRACITE, SPLINT, UANNEL, AND CUMBERLAND COAL, AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD. MAIN OFFICE I Wharves and Railroad Yard foot 12th st. 8. W. BRANCH YARDS I 1 203 F st, N. W. 7th and F sts. N, W. Bd and K sts. N, W, 1740 Pa. ave. N. W, 111a Dili st. N.W. 231 l'a. art. H. K. Our Aim. Wo cannot afford to wasto our swootnosa on tho dosort air; our timo is too prooioua for that. Wo aro oondlng our onorgics in tho direc tion of serving tho pooplo with honost goods at low )riccs and how woll wo mvo succoodod ovory ono knows. Our Boys' Clothing Dopartmont is conduct ed on liboral businoss principles, and wo aro yot in a condition to fill tho wants of tho poople to thoir ontiro satisfac tion. Wo told you last wook about somo bar gains in Boys' Overcoats wo just bought, and to morrow wo will givo you a continuation ot tlio samo story. Wo want ovory littlo boy, as woll as ovory big boy, to know how woll wo can sorvo him if ho will givo us a ohanco. Anything you buy of us that you do not liko you may bring back and get your monoy. If your noighbor tolls you ho bought a suit just liko ours choapor olsowhoro wo will not dobato tho quostion with you, but roturn tho purchaso monoy at onco. Wo aro willing that you should try tho oxporimont of olsowhoro, as wo aro con vinced tnat ono sucn ox porimont will bo enough, and that wo havo thoroby secured your trado forovor. Every mothor knows what Kilt Suits aro. Horotoforo thoy havo boon regarded as dan gorouB proporty, and tho avorago dealer is afraid of thorn. Wo havo pursued dirootly tho opposito policy, and providod such largo as sortments oi them as havo compollod pur chases, tho oxtont of which has really ason ishod us. Our assort ment is yot largo, and wo shall bo ploasod to show thorn, whothor you wish to purchaso or not. Our force is ample to moot all re quirements. Wo aro not through with tho season's trado yot by any moans. Wo havo somo surprises in storo for you yot; particulars later on. In tho moan timo, if your boy runs short on any article from his head to his feot, wo would liko to havo tho privilege of showing you what wo can do for him. Saks & Company Seventh'St. and Market Space. 15 CENTS. . COLLARS and CUFFS l.nunilercd In Troy Style. 1 1 WooiarJ & Co., 1J33 NEW YOItK AVi:. CENTS. EUREKA! " "Wash Silks. 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STOCKS, OP.AIN, AND PROVISIONS Bought and Bold on Margin or for Cash, Chicago Correspondent, M'DERJIID A CO. Telephone No. 403 a. JLOTTnitii:.s. CAriT.vr. 1'itizi:, ... ?75,ooo. We do hereby certtfr that we superrtia the ar rannrmcnu for all the monthly and quarterly drawings of the Louisiana Htatft Lottery Company, and In inon manage anil control thv Drawing our leltw. and that tue same are conducted with hoaeJtr, folrneM, and In good faith toward all parties. v authortre the coinpany to use tbtt certificate, with fac-elmlleofour afgnaturce attached to its oarer luemenu. Commissioners. Vte. the undersigned Banks and Bankers, vtl pay all prlxea drawn In the Louisiana state Lo t teries wnicn may ne presenieu at our counters. T. If. OGLUSIIV, l'rcs. L.i. Nat. Hank. S. II. KIINNUDY, I'ros. fitnto Xat. Hnnlr. A. IIALUWI.V, rrc. N. O. NnU Dank. rNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION. OVER QUAllIEli MILLION DISTRIBUTED, LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY. Incorporated In 180H for 23 years by ths Lexlsla. tnre for education and charitable purposes, with a capital oftl.ooo.OUO, to which a reserve fund of over 1660,000 has since been added. By an overwhelming popular vote Its franchlsa was made a part of the present stats Constitution, adopted December 2, A. D. 1U70. Its Grand Single Number Drawing will taktplacs monthly. It never Scales or Postpones, Look at ths following distribution 1 GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING, In the Academy of Music, New Orleans, TUE3DAY JANUARY 12, 1880, under the ersonal super, vision and management of den. (J.T, Beauregard, of Louisiana, and Gen. Jubal A. Early, of Virginia, CAPITAL PRIZE, 170,000. 100,000 Tickets at Five Dollars each. Fractions, In fifths, in proportion. list or rants. 1 Capital Prtie 170,000 1 do. do 23,000 1 do. do 10,000 2 Prises of lo.ooo 12,000 h '8 as" L' M ij.t.t., BES8in lllXL 0 do. 10 do, 20 do. 100 do. 300 do. 600 do. 11)00 do. 2,uvni,, ..,, JU.UIHl 1,000 10,000 DUO 10,000 200 20,000 100 UO.OOO 60 26,000 23 26,000 ArraoxHiATion rants, D Approximation Prises, 1760 8,760 o do. do. 600 4,600 U do. do. 260 2,260 1007 Prists, amounting to 1203,600 Application for rates to clubs should be maas only to the office of the Company, In New Orleans, F or further Information, write clearly, giving full address. Postal Notes, Express Money Orders, or New York Exchange III ordinary letter. Currency by express (all sums of ! 6 and up ard at our expense) addressed M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La. Make P. O. Money Orders payable and address Reglstend Utters to NEW ORLEANS NATION AL BANK,New()rleanstLa. A Mnltcrof Clianco. 0 RIQINAL LITTLE HAVANA (UOULD A CU.'S), Decided by ROYAL HAVANA XOTTERY. ORDINARY CLASS No. 1! 200. JAN, 10, 1SS0. Number for Number I l'rlie for Prise I With 17(1 Additional Prlzea. 17,000 TICKETS AND 700 PRIZES. SCHEDULE. 1 Capital Prix 1S,000 1 do 4,000 1 do. 2,000 1 do 1,000 .I'JFrlxea, 1600 each I.inhi 10 do. 200 2,000 B07 do. 23 " 14,033 UApprox'llonstolttPrlis.lloOeach.. 000 2 " 2d " 100 " .. 200 a ud " 100 " .. aoo 020 Prises, as above, being the full num ber in llie uoyai jiavana, anu 170 Additional Prises of 120 each to ths 170 tickets having as eudlug num. her Iha larn terminal units of tha uumtier drawing the Capital Prise of 110,000 11,400 70U Frlxes, amounting In U. S.Gold to..., 111,020 ' ' TICKL-W IN FIITHS. Wholes, 16 oil. Fractions, pro rata. THE ROYAL HAVANA OFFICIAL LIST DE- CIDI'.S EVERY PRIZE. AtlKNTS EVERYWHERE. ALL PRIZES PAID ON PRESENTATION. CAUTION 1 Sea that tha Nams UOULD A CO. Is en your ticket. None others ara ORIGINAL OB RELIABLE. For tickets, Ao., address or apply to HHIPSEY COMPANY, 1213 Broadway, New York City. Or AGENTS EVERYWHERE. MOUNT VERNON I MOUNT VERNON 'MOUNT VERNON Bteamsr W. W. CORCORAN Leaves 7th St. Wharf dally (except Sunday) fox MOUNT VERNON, tl , At 10 o'lock a, m.i returning, reaches Washington about U.UU p.m. TTIENNA OPTICIAN COMPANY, 000 l'WHBYLYAHIA AYBHVBt TnAvzir.n'a Qvidk. THE GREAT ntJTNSVLVANIA ItOOTE TO THE NOIITH, WEST, AND SOUTHWEST. IHIUIILK TI1ACK. rlpLKNIHD HCKNEnv! HTKKt. BAILS. MAGNIFIL'KNI KWlgl MENT. IN EFFECT DEO. 20. IWll. TItAINH LEAVE WASHINGTON from station, corner (lib and Dsts., as follows I lor I'lttsburg and the West, Chicago Limited Ex. pressor I'alore Sleeping Cars at OAOa. ra,dij,yt last Lino D AO a. m, dally to Cincinnati and St! Lonls.mthHIeerinif Cars from Harrlsburg to an. dnnatl, and Hotel Car to St. Louis; dally, eicett Saturday, to ChlcaRo, with sleeping Car Altoona to Chicago. Chlcaio and Cincinnati Exprees, at 7ilO p. m. dally, with Sleeplnr Cars W'asliliirion to Chicago, connecting at llarrliburg with Western Express wllh through Sleepers for Louisville ami St. Louis. 1'aciflo Express 10 p. m. dally foe Pittsburg and the Weal, with through Sleeper liar, rleburg to Chicago and Cleveland, DALJIMOUE AND roTOUAO EAILIUIAD. For Erie, Cansndalgna, Ituhester, BufTalo, NN agara, Id p. m.dslly, except Saturday, with Pal. ace, Cars Washington to Rochester. lorwiliiamsport, Lock Haven, and Blmlra, at O.O a. m, dally except Sunday. lor hew York and th Iuit, 7ilS, O, and H a. m 2,4 2i.,lo and 11.2(1 p. m. 'on Sunday, a. m., and 2. 4:20, 10. and 11:20 p. m. Llmlt Express of 11j Iman Parlor cars, O.40 a. m. and il r0 p. to, dally, except Sunday, or Boston wuhoul change, a ixi p. m. everr dar. For Brooklyn, N. Y., all"tnrouhPtra n, e7nne? l JV,"iy,r ."llb. W1J ' Brooklyn Annex, affoning direct transfer to Fuiion street, avoiding: double ferrlsgo across New York city. For rhlladilpsila. 7illi, O, nnd 11 a. m.,2 JI.IO, (I, in and 11:20 p. m. On Bundar 0 a. m . 2. 4.20, 0, 10, andril.20 p. m. LUnlled E,-: press, 0.40 a. m. aud 3AO p. m., dally, except Saa m., 12.00, 2, ,'l 0(1, 4 2i,4-27.440, 0.T'dO, ll), aV 1 1.20 p. m. On Sunday, 0, U.SO. 11a. m.. 2. 4 20. 0, Tlio, 10, and 11.2(1 p. m. ' ' ' ' For Po's Creek Line, 7ilB a. rn. and 4:10 p. a. dally except Sunday. " . For Annapolis, 7ilSa. m., 12 OB. and 4.a7p,ni. dally, except Hundar. Humlny, 4 20 p. m. ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG RAIL- ,..,,.) 0-aoI 7''"t ,.40, II JO, Us, ir,uV,V,, ., . AArSUlUA AflU WASU1NU. VTS I, jijw A,,n. TONIIA1I.HOAD. For Alexandria, o, ; :10, 0.28.11Ol,andll 33. Sl'iSl.; -S" I.,U')..M.W' " "37 P. m a Sunday, ato, 0.23, 11.01 . m.,HO0 p. to. For Richmond and the South, 0 and 11:01 a. to. u.n,..i.u .jhj 1,, uiiuftiix except ounaay. a?,?1!!,1!?," Alexandria for Vashlngtoo, 0 03. H, 111. 10.10 a. m., 1, UllO.aW, 6:10. 7.S3,and 10 4i p. ru., and 12 JO midnight xcep Monday). On Sunday M 8 and 10.10 a. 10., 7.03 and 10.42 p. Dm and 12.10 night. r Tickets od Information at the once, northeast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at the station, where orders can be left for the checking of baggagt to destination from hotels and residences. . CHAS. E.PUGII, General Manager. J.R.WOOD, General Passenger Agent. TJALT1MORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT 8UND4.Y, DEC. 13. . 11W6, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Iava Washington from station corutr NEW JERSEY AVENUE AND O STREET. lor Chicago, U 4a a. m. and 10.10 p.m. dally. The 0.4:1 a. m. is a fast Llmlle.1 Express to huh burg arid Chicago, arriving In l'lttshurg at7J0p. in., Chicago next morning at H.M. No extra fare la charged ou this train for fast time. 1 or Cincinnati, 1mlsvllle, ana St. Louis dally at 3 p. m and 10.10 p.m., with Through Coaches and Talace Sleeping Cars to above points, wllhout change. II p. m. Is a Fast Limited Train to Cincin nati and St, Louis. arrlvlnglnciuctuuail next morn ing at 7.43, St. Louis O.uil p. m. No extra fare Is charged on this train for fJt time. KL e'""l,ur5 f,' " 4:1 " ra-' wllh pr'or Car, and 8 63 p.m. dally to rituhurg, Cleveland, and Detroit, with Sleeping Cars lo Pliuburg. For Baltimore on week days, 6, 0.20, (140,7.30, 8.30, and 10 00 a. m 12.il), 1:40. 3'16(4ci-mln' ote train), il 30, 4:00, 4:40., fi.40. d.40, 7.00, 8.20, and 11 00 p. m. For Baltimore on Bundays, 0.20, 7.30, 8 30, and VS "J-t,1.??'1'40' UJ0' sf.4u;6'.40. 0.40, 7, H.23, and 11.00 p. ra. For Shenandoah Valley Railroad and points south, 6.30 p. in. dally, with Pullman sleeper Washington to New Orleans. For Annapolis, 0 40 a. m. and 12.10 and 4:30 r, BU on Sunday, ban a. m. and 4.40 p. ra. For way stations bctaeen Washington and Balti more. 6, 0.40, 8.30 a. m., 12.10 p. in., 3 JO. 4:40. 7, and 11 p. m. On Sunday, 8.30 a. in. and 1:23, 3.30, 4.40, 7, and 11 p.m. For stations on Metro politan Branch. 7:10 a. m. dally, except Sunday, and 6 31 p. m. dallyi 4:40 p. m. daily, eicrpt Sun day, for principal stations on Metropolitan Branch: 8.40 a, m. dallyi on Sunday stops at all stations. For Lexington, Staunton, and Valley Branch, 8.40 a. m. daily except Sunday. For (lafthershurg and Intermediate points, 0 60 a. m., 12 30 and 1120 p, si, dally except Sunday. For Frederick, 8.40 a. m. an.4 4.40 p. m. dally, except Sunday. For lit-rerstown and Winchester, 8 41) and 0.43 a. m. and l, '31 p. m. dally except Sunday, 1 rains arrive irvui iu west aally, u.iu, 7.u a. Dr., 1.30, 1:48 (New ('(leans Express), and 0.30 p. ni, lrom Annapolis 8JM) a. m. and 1:60 And 613 p. xo.t Sunday, 1013 a. in., 0.33 p. in, From Lexington, 0 30 p. m. dally except Sutt'tay. From Frederick and Intermediate points, 8.23 a m. and 8.13 p. m. dally except Sunday. "- "" Trains leave Baltimore for Washington at 0:10, 0.30, 7.20, H.46, D (10, and 10.30 a. m and 12.16. 2 (JO, U.U0, 4.00, 4.20, D 00, 0 30, 7:16, 0:0(1, ami 11.00 p. m.; on Sundays, 0 JO, 7:20, b-ti, and U.US a.m., 1-30, 2, 4.20, 6.00, OJO, 7:43,0.00, and lip. m. All trains from Washington stop at Kelar Station except 1:40, 3:16, and 0.40 p. m. aluoa For further information apply at the Baltimore and Ohio ticket office Washington statloa.1010 and 1361 2'ennsylranla avenue, corner ofFourteemn, street, where orders will be taken for baggage tobs checked and received at any point In tha city. ,,.,, . ..."jK-M'nD.a-i'.A. .. jM....vjrMTifi. manager, nammore. THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE, VIRGINIA MIDLAND RAILWAY SHORT LINE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. Schedule t n effect November 10, 1883. . 7.00 A. M. Lynchburg Mall, dally, except Son day, to local stations, connecting at Charlottes ville with Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, and at Lynchburg wf Ih Richmond and Alleghanj and Nor folk nnd Western Railroads. , 11:10 A. M.-Ncw Orleans Fast Mail, dally, mak ing close connection south and southwest. Pullman Sleepln Buffet Car from New York and Washington to All. .la. Pullman Sleeping Can from Atlanta to New Orleans. 5.30 p. M.-LouIsvllle Fast Line, dally. vl Charlottesville, to Cincinnati, Louisville, and all Western points. Pullman Sleeping Cars (Tons Wash, lngton to Louisville. 10 30 P. M.-Southern Mall and Express, dally to all points south and southwest. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars from Washington to Atlanta ana New Orleans. Pullman sleeiers from Washington. Via Charlotte and Columbiato Aiken. '"a""" Manossaa Division train leaves Washington at 2.30 1'. M. dally, except Sunday. Warrentou trains leave Washington at 7 00 A. M. dally, except Sun day, llilB A. M. and 0.30 P. M. dalfy. Trains arrive In Washlngton-8.03 A. M., South, ern Express, dolly; 10 40 A. M., Strasburg Local, dally, except Sundays 1-60 P. M., Lynchburg Mail, dally, except Sunday; 11 15 p. M,, New Orleans Fast Mall, dally; 0.40 p. M. Lou 1st Ills Special, dally. st For tickets and Information Inoulrs at Company's Office, 001 Pennsylvania avenue. Trains least from 1). At F. station, BOL. UAB3, O. W, CHEARJ, Traffic Manager. Acl.O. P. Agent, flHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY. (Leave B. A P. Depot, Sixth and B streets.) 7 A. M.-For all way stations, Lexington, Ky Louisville, Cincinnati, Columbus, and St. Louis. Daily except Sunday, 11 A. M. For Newport News, old Tolnt Comfort, and Norfolk. Dally except Sunday B JO P. M.-For Louisville, Cincinnati. St. Loutx, and Chicago, connecting for alt points W'eat, Northwest, and bouthwest. Fast Express (dally): does not stop for local business. Through Pullman service to Louisville and Cincinnati, For tickets aud Information apply to 0. A O. rail, way office, 613 Pennsylvania avenue, under Na tional Hotel: Virginia Midland railway office, 001 Pennsylvania avenue, and B A P. station. Telephone call, 6683. H. W. FULLER. . - General Passenger Agent. FRANK TRIGG, Ksstern Passenger Agent. WASHINGTON, OHIO AND WESTERN HAIIi iUvAav tfin anrl Olflavi VAVAsmKAia 1 R lOOff vspAtna..v11 t.a.a from and arrive at Sixth and li streets depot aa follows 1 Leave Washington 0 a. m. and 4.40 p. m. dally. Arrive at Leeaburg 11 00a. m. and 0:43 p. in. Ar rive at Round Hiliat 11:47 a.m. and 7.32 p. m. Re turning, leave Hound Hill 0.61 a. in. and 1:20 p. m. Pass Leesburg 0.37 a. m. and 2.12 p. m., and arrive at Washington H.3S a. in. and 4:10 p. m. The train leaving Washington at 4.43 p. m. and the train arrlvlug at 8.33 a. m. are dally. AH otheg tralus are dally except Sunday. Monthly and commutation rates to all points. It. BELL, Superintendent. Alexandria. Va. Steamboat Zixes. to norfolk and fort monroe. The Popular Eouio. Cheap Rates and Superior Accommodations. Blngle'Ilskets, 11.23. Round Trip, 12, U. 8. Mall Steamer UEOROE LEARY. MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, AND FRIDAYS. At 0.30 1'. M from Ttli-it. Wharf. Becura rooms and tickets at Baltimore aadOhlo offlcs,l!161and010Pa. ave,, St. Mare Hotel, and Knox express. OOJ Pa. ave., who will also check baggage from hotels and private residences. For further Information Inquire at company's office, 7th St. wharf. Telephone call 743-3. WILLIAM P. WBLULGen. AgeuLJ TOW FARE . FORTRESS MONROE AND NORFOLK, FARE, SI. ROUND TRIP, 11.50. Steamer JANE MOSELKY, Monday, Wednes day, and Saturday, at 0 30 p. in. Connects closet al Old Point w Itli the steamer Artel for Richmond, Passage and rooms secured at Oeneral Office. Oth street wharf, lelephous call, 04. Stops a Colonial Beach Saturdays going and returning Fare, 60 cents. Freight steamers KNIGHT and GIBSON leave Pier 41, East River, New Yotk, every Saturday, 4 P. m.t Washington, Wednesday. hleamer THOMPSON for all Potomao Rivet Laudlugs, Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday at 7 a, m. . ALFRED WOOD, Secretary. OKO. lt. PHILLIPS, Superintendent, CLYDE'S NEW EXPRESS BTEAM PACKET, LINK FOR PHILADELPHIA, WASHINGTON, AND ALEXANDRIA. AT APPOINTED SAILING DAY8, From PHILADELPHIA every Saturday, 13 ra. From WASHINGTON every Monday, 13 m. Through and prompt connection wllh New Yorsr. Boston, Fall Hirer, and all points North. Through Bills of Lading given. FieJ.ut received and deliv ered dally until 0 p, u. W. P. CLYDE A CO.. General Agents, Philadelphia, J. H. JOnNSON CO., Agents. ' 12th and 18th St. Whirvu, B, W 1303 V It. Hi W,1WltllilWB,D,V. 1 LL --'