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. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN : TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 12. 188(5.
4- iK 'atfuun Absolutely l'uro mid Unadulterated. IN UK IN HOSPITALS, Curative Institutions, INFIRMARIES, AND FRESSniDCO BY PHYSICIANS CVCnYWttnE. OUIlEf) CONSUMPTION, HEMORRHAGES And alt Vastliii Dhcilscsf INEBRIETY, habitual drunkenness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, MALARIA. TUK ONLY pure mmjm THESICKJNVALIDS, CONVALESCING PATIENTS, AGED PEOPLE, Wcak amd Debilitated women. l'or file by DrtigirUt Uroccn find Drnlcrs. l'rlr Ono ltitllm it Hot tic . BT rcrioni cast of tho ltocky Mountains nnabto to rrocura It from their Uenlerscnn htntt Hair Doron scut, in plain 9aie un marUM. Ktwc w charges prepaid by remit tlnir Six Dollars to - Tho Duffy Matt Whiskey Co., Baltimore, Md. oimnt Mttna f)Srr)SaU IflMfv art fit tff ( aflt thtBudtti QjtkfwiUtfJ Pmr JUtrfcaJ 1 ntajt m ininnirrf vj sparer. MMB. ZADOO PORTER'S CURATIVE COUGH BALSAM Favorably known and large ly used In New York City and vicinity for over fl fly years 23,00, mid 73c. 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Having recently ntted up a PIIOTO-KNO HAVING ESTABLISHMENT In connection with my Fatent Process I am pre pared to furnish ILLVbTItATlOSS K0 NEWSPAPERS AT SHOUT NOTICE. MAUI1ICE JOYCE" 1B Elsventh Street Nor Itivuuiylu-ii Avlct.mofyouthfollmpruilenoa wsanliood. i(j.,Ulvln tried lu vsln overy'lnown liaoovered a simple mesnsofseU-aure, II snirt 1 IUili to his I ollow-Buirererj. aU.LVl.H.13 Cbathnubt..Sw Vorlv tl..J.ll.m.I.V. "TMt.--.i-jioeviir.t-g-ctojii.L"f-jtCTWi nnhhfttl OniofArnfl h uuu IID01UIQU STATS OF SOOTH DAKOTA. A FAOKATiI,r. HlirORT UPOX IT-) At) JIIvslOX IS THE SKVATK. llio i;xliuiistlrn Argiimont I'roscitloil Tiir tho Proposed Iniinmllato Itcccplloii of Iho Now Comtitomt o.ilth. Pooti titter tlio openiiK; of ytritcMny'ti session of tho Bcnnto Mr. Harrison, In lie lmlt of ttiu committee) ou territories, iro ecntcil n report furorlng tho nJnilstlon of the proposed now stnto of Houtli l).ikot.i. No minority report wns made, but Senator Duller gnvo uotlco that ha reserved tho rli;ht to present ono If, nftcr having examine! tho report of tho committee, ho deemed It ndvlsable to do so. Tho report provide for tho admission of that put of Dakota lvln? south of tho -ICIli parallel Into n state, leav ing that part Ijlng north of tho parallel named to conslltulo tho territory of Lin coln. Tho report li cry elaborate, cover ing over 100 pages of mauus:rlpt In nddl tlon to lis voluminous Indices, It says tho main proposition of tho bill Is that tho proceedings taken by tho pcoplo of that part of tho present territory of Dakota Jjfug south of tho 10th parallel of north latitude, which resulted In tho adoption of a stnto constitution by a popular voto on tho 3d day of November, 1SS., shall ho ac cepted nnd ratified by Comrrcs., nnd tho sluto of Dakota bo admitted to tho Union upon an cental footing with tho other states. Tho report gives Iho history of tin) move ment for tho organization of the now state, from tlio imeagn of tho net by tho tcrrl toiial legislature authorizing tho Sioux l'ltlls convention to tho present lime. It Is not rlaltncd, tho report says, that this act of tho legislature was a necessary preliminary to tho holding of n constitutional convention, nnd If It wcro admitted that It had no jegal forco wliatevcr, nnd tho proceedings which fol lowed nto to bo treated as merely popular, still It gavo to tho peoplo tho machinery necessary for the expression of tho popular will In au orderly nnd elToctlvo way. Tho conventions which framed tho constitu tions of Iowa, Michigan, Florida, Oregon, and perhaps other states, the report says, were called and held under acts of tho ter ritorial legislature. Tho Journal of tlio pro ceedings of tho convention Is nlludcd lo as gvlng evidence of a high degree of Intelli gence, public spirit, and Industry. Tho submission of tho constitution, lu accordance with tho ordlnanco of tho con vention, to tho voto of tho electors Is fully described, resulting in the. adoption of tho constitution by a majority of 18.1,0)1, mak ing It clear in tho opinion of tho bSenato cummlttco that an overwhelming majority of tho pcoplo of South Dakota npprovo tho constitution and destro present admission Into tho Union of states tinder It, who aro to Hvo under It, nnd it meets their wishes 113d wants. It Is not tho province of Congress to framo constitutions for now states. In come cases Congress lira authorized tho President to announce by proclamation tho admission of n stato It ho found tho consti tution adopted lo bo republican In form and to contain certain articles of compact stip ulated for In the enabling act. In such cases tho stato constitution was, of course, never laid beforo Congress. In this caso all tho usual stipulations in tho nature of n com pact with tho United States aro incoipo tatcd In the constitution, which Is Itself embodied In the report. IfaUng sketched tho history of tho move ment which resulted lu tho formation of tho constitution, the committee proceeds to bring to tho attention of tho Senate some facts connected with tho earlier elTortu of tho pcoplo of Dakota to sccuro tho division of tho territory and form a stato govern ment for South Dakota. As early as January, 1871, n memorial was iiiiaufmously adopted by tho territorial legislature pra) fug Congress to divide on tlio -10th parallel tno territory and organize two territorial governments. In 1873 uu other similar memorial was adopted, tho vote In tbo council being unanimous and in tho house SI to I. Again In 1874 a memo ifnl wns adopted unanimously In tho house nnd by n voto of 12 to 1 In tho couucll pray ing for division aud tho organization of tho northern portion Into tho territory of Torn bina. In 1881 n memorial was adopted praying for a division Into three tcrrltoilcs. In 1'cbruary, 18S5, stilt another memorial nsked for diWslon upon tho 10th parallel aud tho admission of South Dakota. Tills memorial referred to tlio bill which passed tho Senato lu tho forty-eighth Congress. It declared that although tho pcoplo of till Dakota wcro unanimously lu favor of tho ndmlsslon of tho southern half as a state, still they would hall tvlth Joy division only, and If asking for admission would lu any manner delay division, they prayed for di vision without admission. lu tho winter of 18S2-'3a bill was paused with practical unanimity by tho territorial legislature providing for a convention to form a constitution for South Dakota, but It tailed to rccclvo tho approval of tho governor, and did not becomo a law, A popular movement was then Inaugurated, resulting In tho Sioux Tails convention of 1S83, which framed n constitution. Tho constitution was adopted by a popular vote. attdr with a memorial pra Ing for ad mission, was presented to tho Senato of tho United States ou Feb. 18, 1881. In addition to these, mora formal expressions of tho pop lar will of tho pcoplo of Dakota, tho politi cal conventions of both tho groat political parties havo repeatedly declared In favor of division, and-somo of them in favor of tho ndmlsslon of tho south half as a stato; and the territorial press has very generally voiced tho same desire. Thcro has been no division upon party lines. Democrats as well as Itepublicans having taken part in all tho movements dcscitbcd. "Two rjuostlous," tho repoit continues, "aro now presented for decision first, aro tho steps taken by the pcoplo of Dakota for tho purpose of securing admission Into tho Union conformable to tlio constitution of tho United States aud to tho precedents In such cases and expressive of the will of tho pcoplo? and, second, do tho necessary conditions oxlst In tho rase of Dakota as to area, producltvo capacity, population, and the loyalty and good disposition of tho peo ple. V" In dealing with these questions tho com mittee discusses exhaustively tlio policy of tho government from tho adoption bf tho constitution audi tho precedents. Tbo policy of tho United States, it declares, has been to cucourago tho settlement of public lauds llng outsldo thohouudailcsof tho states, and to organlzo tho communities thus formed Into states as soon as tlio rco,ulslto population was found within a sultablo area. Territorial governments wcro alwnjs regarded as fOrniatlvu nnd tempoiary, to bo superseded by stato gov ernments 09 soon us tho necessary condi tions exist. Itcfcrrlng to tho ordinance of 1787 tlio re port declares It was a wise aud licnollcent compact, It guaranteed certain lights to tho pcoplo who should scttlo tho western wilderness, nnd among tho moU valuable of tlieso was tho right to form a stato gov ernment aud to bo admitted on terms of equality to tho Union of tho states, Without stopping to discuss whether one of tho states contemplated by the ordlnanco could becomo do Jure and Jo facto a stato with out tho sanction of Congress, tho commltteo sajs tho existence of a stato Is a politic il fact aud Involves Iho admission of Its sen ators and representatives to tho Congress of tho United States. Ily tho terms of thu or dinance tho right of admission was upon tho condition that "tho constitution and government, so to bo formed, shall bo re publican, and lu conformity to tho princi ples contained In these articles." Congress must Judgo whether thejo conditions lad hern complied with. Tho judirmoiit and discretion of Congress must bo a fair and Impartial Judgmont and a wlsu discretion, halni!refereucoonly to to tho public wel fare nnd to the right of tho pcoplo of thosa now communities Lo a full participation lu tho privileges of citl?eulilp. Tho prevision of tho Louisiana treaty fs quoted, which declares that "the Inhabi tants of tho ceded territory s'nll bu In corporated In tho L'ulon of tin Unite 1 States, and admitted us soon as possible, according to tho principle) of thu federal constitution, to the enjoyment of all lights, ndvantagu, and Immunities of cltlcui of tho United States," Cougress has, tho re poit declares, by tho ordinance aud treaty refened to.como under "nn Imperious moral obligation" to admit Dakota, It tlio ap propriate conditions aro found to exist. No form, of proceejlng, the report sayi, for tho organization of new stales is pre scribed by tho constitution or tho laws of Congieis. In eomo cases Congress has taken the Initiative by passing enabling nets, and In others) tho movement? has originated with tho peoplo of tho proposed state, nnd Congress has by appropriate acts accepted and ratified tho constitution and statd gov ernment proposed. Twcnty-llvo now states haxo been admitted totho original thirteen, In Iho cases of Vermont, Kentucky, Ten nessee, Maine, -Michigan, Arkansas, l'lorldn, Iowa, California, and (Jrogou thcro wcro no enabling acts. In Nevada n constitution was framed wlthoit nn enabling act, and was rejected by t'10 people. The second constitution was fr.ini"il under an enabling act. In tho caso of Wis consin tho constitution was framod utid -r uu enabling act nnd was rejected by the people, mid n now convention was called, whlih framed tho constitution under which tho stato was admitted. To deny the people tho right lo nsscmblo In convention and to proposo to Congress tho admission of n tor rllory, or any part thereof, would, tho com mltteo believes, bo a denial of rights guar anteed by tho constitution of tlio United Stoics. So long os tho movement Is subor dinate lo tho constitution of tho United Stales and to tho existing territorial authorities, so long ns tho proposal stato government Is only such, nud assumes no function of an existing government, but awaits tho recognition of Congress, tho proceedings aro Justified by safe and abundant precedents nud do not carry any suggestion of n disloyal spirit, or Involve any danger of a conflict of au thority. Such, tho report declares, Is tho attitude of Dakota. Among tho precedents presented by tho commltteo Is tho caso of Tcnnosaco. Tho pcoplo met lu convention on Jau, II, lf.id, no enabling net having been passed by Congress, fram:d a constitution, adopted a bill of lights, and formed n government, An engrossed copy of the constitution was forwarded, on thu tilth of robrtiary, to President Washlneton. with a notification iiuniueot nsiunKiou, nim a noiiiicaiion that on Iho 2Slh day of March, at which lluio tho legislature would meet to act nn tho constitution, tho temporary government established by Congress would ccaso. The 1'resldeut forwarded tho documents, with a message, to Congress, nud after an en ergetic discussion tho new stato was ad mitted. President Washington's message, which Is embodied In tho report, seems, tbo com mltteo says, to Justify tho procecdlnss taken by tho pcoplo of Tennessee Tho President did not discover any trace of Incipient re bellion lu tho movement. Tho commltteo cites a dozen morn recent nud familiar cases, quoting extensively from tho debates In Congress, and In the light of tho precedent and authorities cited concludes that no Just criticism can bo mado of proceedings taken by tho pcoplo of South Dakota, nor any of tho methods by which they havo brought their requests to the at tention of tho senato. Tho remainder of tho report relates to tho population, area, productiveness, postal revenues, ,Vc, of tho proposed state. i:x-iji:i.i.(.ati: .i. ii. ii.vy.moxd. Tho Itcinnltts Arrlvo Ilcro-Slictch or tlio Deceased Idol of Diakotii. Tho remains of ox-Dclcgato John llaldwlu liajmoud.of l'argo, Dak., arrived In this city last evening, accompanied by his eldest son, n youth of 17. They will bo Interred temporarily In Iho vault at liock Creek Church. Mr. Itay irioiid was born nt l.ockport, Niagara county, N. V., In December, 18SI, removing with bis parents to Tnysvlllo county, III., nlno years later, lie enlisted as n prlvato in tho 'iM Illinois lnlantry, under Col. John! A. Logan, when 17 years of ago; was promoted to bo cap tain In tho samo regiment nftcr tho sleffJ of Vlcksburg, when ho was 19 years old! served through thelwar and remained In Mississippi ntlts close. Ho published, ut Jackson, tho Mississippi Pilot during iho reconduction period, severing his connection Willi It only in 1S77, when tho troublcsomo limes for Iho Its publicans luthosouth had about euded, lie was then appointed Unltol States marshal of Dakota, and at iho expiration of his term do 1 lined a reappointment. Ills election to the forty-clehth Congress, ns a ltepubllean, was by n vote of over Co.OOQ as ngalusl 8,WJ for the Democratic candidates. Ho was actively engaged near 1'argo upon mo mosi compicicir cquippcu iiirm 111 iimi ter ritory or Indeed In the wbolo west. It contains U.OCO acres, nearly all of which wns In gruln.aii elevator w Ith 11 capacity of so.ooo bushels being npart of tbo appurtenances, iho crop of last j enr filled tho elevator. In this enterprise bo was tho ootlvo partneeof MaJ. a. K. chase, or New Yoik. Ills strict Integrity, enterprise, nud warm-hearted sympathy with all classes eudenrcd him to too pcoplo of Dakota lu a manner Hint Is seldom seen. Tlio cltlrcnsof Hint territory without respect to part v or con dlilou wcro warmly ncvoted to him. They not only admired him, but regarded hlmwlthn personal affection. No maneouldstaud higher In tlio country or did more for It than he did hi aud for Dakota. As a husband and father ho was also an ndiutrnblo example, b dug pas sionately fond of home, his wire, and bis chil dren. 1 be affairs of Iho farm nro lo bo settled up by his old friend. Col. Warner, of romfrct, Conn. Ylhcn Mrs. Itayinoml died In this olty last I'cb ruary Senator and Mrn. Sabln took chargo of tho two younger chlldreu, Elrls, then about 0 nnd 0 years old, repoctl cly. They now pre parole adopt these children, having nono of their own, nnd tho eblldieu aro warmly lu favor of remalniri.fwlthl.iolr second parents, whllo 110 objection is expected to bo raised by the relatives. 9 Dr. rnrci.'H 'Tavorlto 1'reserlpllou" is everywhere ncknouledgcd to bo tlio standard remedy for female complaints and woakacucs, It Is sold by diuguUts, - Half 11 .Million Acres Tor Sol tier. 1 he Secretary of iho Interior has mado a de cision In Iho caso of tho Nolan grant, No. 31. In New Mexico, which restores 67i),iX)0 neresof laud lo tbo public domain. A Valuable .Medical Trontlsc. Iho edition for 16S0 of tho sterling Medical Annual, known ns llostcttcr's" Almanac, la now rendy, nnd may bo obtained, free of cojt. of drugglsisand general country dealers In all parts 01 the United States, Mexico, nnd Indeed In every civilized portion of the western hem isphere. This almanao has been Issued regu larly nt tbo commencement of every year for over one-fifth of a century. It combines, with tho soundest practical advlco for tho preserva tion nnd restoration of health n largo amount of interesting and amusing light rending, and tlio calendar, astronomical calculations, ohro nolcglcal Items, Ac., aro prepared with groat care, nnd w 111 bo found entirely accurate, riio Issue of Hosteller's Almanac for I88d will prob nblv be Iho largest edition of n medical work ever published in nny country. The proprie tors, Mcssis. Hottcttcnt: Co,, Pittsburg, Pa., ou receipt of a Ueeut stamp, will forward a copy by mnll to nny pcrsou who cannot procure ono 111 bis neighborhood. JOTTlXflS VXDKIt Tim I10MH, or Iho bills Introduced In Iho Ilousa about 1,()0 nro now nwaltlngtho consideration ol tho euiauiiuee ou iiivauu pensions, Win. H. McArdle, of Mississippi, having do ellued to accept IiIm appointment as consul at Fan Juan Del Nolle, tho l'rcildont yesterday withdrew his nomination, A number of llouso committees organized jesterday, but 110110 of Ihoin trnnsactod any business except the commltteo on election of President aud Vice President, Gentlemen Interested In securing Iho pas sogo ol tho bill providing for an International cop) right system will havo a hearing beforo Iho Senate commltteo 011 patonts Jan. iS. Tho Senato commltteo on commcreo has set Tuesday, tho ltlth Instantlor hearing nrgumoiit for and ngnlnst bridging tho Kill Von Kull so as to git 0 tho llaltlmoro aud Ohio railroad ac cess to Slatcu Island. Doorkeeper Donolson has appointed John G, Ilcnlcy.vjl Connecticut, superintendent of tho Houso folding room, vlco John WIntersinltli; and J. A. Cnrwlti, clerk of Iho document room, V Ice J. 11. Trainer, resigned, Iho following additional clerk? lo com. mltlccshavo been appointed: Coluago, weights, and measures, D. P. Ilalley; prlvato laud claims, Jeromo I), Itldlcy: railway and canals, ltobert W. Tucker: public buildings nnd grounds, A, 11, Mow ry; war olalnii, James I. Gtddes; territories, Charles Gordon, Iho commlttcco ou election of President nnd Vlto president jcterdny rclerred tho Hour presidential succession bill to a subcommittee with Mr. Caldwell nt Its head, Tho suocoin nillico nt on co titcrcd actively upon consider ation ol tho bill with a vlow of reporting to iho full cominlllco this morning. 111 case they sueeeed, lliublll may be reported back to the Homo to-day. Tho llouso coinmltleoon territories jctcrdsy amended Iho brnato bill tolegullzelhueleetlou of tho legislature ol Wyoming by striking out (lie piovlslon antliorlzlnj iho legislature to ap portion tho territory Into districts, and consti tuting tho governor, secretary or the territory, nnd president ofthe council 11 board ot appor tionment, to meet In r-cplcmbcr aud reappor tion 1 home nihi rs of thocoiuK.il nud Homo of llepicsentalltes ou the basis of voting papula tion, In executlvo rcssion yesterday tho Senato look favorable action on nearly Ml nomina tions, ehle-tly poitmasters. Tho leading nomi nations confirmed wero'lhoso of ov3;r. itor Jones to lis collector of tin port of Njw Orleans, and of thu board of civil sarvlc-0 com missioners. When tho noraliiMld.i of Mr, Eaton coma 1111 lu executive sasslan, Senator I rgrn mode tho point that ho (Eauiu) was n ' Mugwump," and Unit the spirit of civil sor vke law tcjpihod that anuof tha commission" em 1 0 a ltepubllean. Senators Kvnru, Hoar, ui'd 0110 or two ntheis vouched for hlalto publlcaiilm Therd aro said 10 havo bejn lourteeu votes ea-t aglii't him, one-half nl wiileh number were ttio'eqf HopubllcMis, T1IK atAltKCTS. Slock Closed Irregular Vt'liciil IJttlot iiutriMii. Ki.w YotiK, Jau 11. Prices at Ilia stock exchange lo day snlTcred from n combination trrcroitsofnnnduTso character. Tho most ellctllvo In etiablls.ih.il n lower ranjo of MthKs.houorcr, wns the publication In tlio mcitilUK pipers that tlio llnlllmoto and Ohio 1 nil ill, hud lo cut rates between New YorK mm Wa.'Jilnt.inn and Chicago, n.t'l later It was Itnti.ed Hint Hie company, In Ail Ittton. to tlio cut, was olu ring n commission ofSJ to naonts nnd scalpers for plaMni? Its ticket. Thallsht n.mciiicnl of freight bitli twl nud west nnd llicmisittlcd condition of lboco.il trado con lilhutid to thoilecllne. I'lrstprlros this morn ing wcro from 'ilo7f per cent, lower than tho closlni; futures of Saturday, and beforo the end of tlio first hour thcro was n further ilcclluo of ns much inoro, During the hour tlio total sales amounted toovcrlia,fioushnrcj, but by that tlmo the decline wns checked, nnd a rally followed, nccoinrnntctl by leas ocllvlly, so that nt noiti prlccsKcncrfillydlduotdlllcr from Iho ojiju In tr figure. The market continued quiet but strong until after 'i o'clock. During the last hour, mil cspcclnlly tho latter part of tho hour, tho mar ket yielded Irncllom ami rlosed Irregular nt yuntalloii". Tlio Vatiderblll", tlio grangers, l.rle, nnd Louisville nnd Nashvlllo surtered ninjt, Without nny known reason, Contral of New Jersey was very strong. Missouri Paclilo and Manitoba, on very small tr.ansictlons, show fractional advances. Iho coal stocks wcro quiet, nnd closing figures show only slight elmtiges. Money on cnll continues cry easy at tj-sj to 2 per cent., tho last loan being nt 2 tier cent. Sterling exchange ontlnncs quiet anl steady. Actualiates.SI.MJSforslxlydayblllsaudSl.sih forclcninnd; postal rates, l.l7 lor slxty-iiiiy bills and SI.00 for demand. Government bands nro dull nnd steady. Elate bonds havo been dull nnd prices about steady. Subtresmry balances: Coin, tfli.3STC3: cur rency, 513,771,015). Quotations nf Monday's Stock Hulos. The following have been furnished byDaleman A Co., bankers, 1411 P street, being the most active stocks In the New York exchange! Op'g. High. Low. Cl'sg. Bales. lovi 101 ioim, lot, . ! "3M UU 1W 'too S7 87 V. 81,1, Sll4 nOHiH) 41 4H.1 4)V SOI-. 10!) 10') 1091, II)'., lilOO :.9i an, 3'iife am, too New York Central., Michigan Central. LakeBhorc Canada Bouthern... Chicago &N. W. .. C.iM.roid o CM. and O. nref.. 103 101U 10a 1014 C, M. and St. P. Orti ow, 01 in tu ii wo 130 1311 HSU, IIS u., n.nnuij. Pact no Mill Western Union Missouri Pnclnc Texas Pnclnc Delaware & Hudson Central Padflc Erie I,, and N Union Pnclnc Jersey Central fill (il' nli HIV, )iH) 71 7J Till, 71 1'JiOO 112 Ut 111! ll.Tk ti 1-V li 14 01 !' UJVi HI ... 41 5-Ws 2Hj 1I 4-7H SIM, 41. 411 41'? '14, 41V, , IT' JOI. Sill'a of 4V, TI'iO liOOO w., St. L. nnd P .... mis .... DO His. 121:1, W., Bt.L. and P.prcf. '.. j,. nun ,1 Plilln, and Heading, Northern Pacific.... N. P. pref Illinois Central Oregon Trans ,. Canada Paclflc Westtthore 4s Hock Island UlU la ii Jiv, :o, 21 c,o uoVi O'ji, 11), not!, ..." .... naij aji MMi ait, an,, IH'j 01 01 l4 102' t02 iso 1a Tlio Washington Stoolc J.xclinngo. The following list of the most active stocks dealt In on the Washington Block Exchange Is furnished by Messrs, Dell & Co., bankers, No. 14.U7 Pennsyl vania avenue 1 Jan. 11, 1880, Bid. Permanent Imp. ns, 1831, coin H3i(, Asked. Ulla IIS i-ennaneni imp. ,s, isvi,cur 117 Mniket stocks 7s, iso, cur n;ia avatir stocks's, 1001. cur in Water stocks 7s, 1003, cur 137 Fifty-year funded 3 65s, 1024, cur'cy. 117 Twenty-j ear funded ft p. c. ISOO.cur. 113tj Twent).enr fund 6s, 1602, coin.... ll-iii 1 hlrty.) ear fund Os, 1002 coin 127 Wash, and elonrg'n bonds lie Metropolitan Itallrond stock ...,S0,, 101 Columbia llnllrondstoik r,o,, 37 North Capitol and Oslicct SO.. 4ses Anncostln 21.. 11 Washington Qss LlihtCo in.. 37'i tlcorgclonn tins Light Co 21., 41 I'lretnen'a Insuinme Company. 20 rrnnklln lusurauco Company. .21.. 41 Rational Union Iusiirnnco (AJ..30., 17I4 Arlington JnsuranccCoinpnuy.loO.. 142 Columbia Insurnncc Company ..S., 11 (lerninn-Amertcnn Ins. Co 100.. l"o Potomao Insurnuco Co. 21. 4'J ltlggs Insurance &.. 0 Poard Puli. Woikstlrecn bs fid Masonic Hnll bonds 101 Washington Market Co, stock, ..DO.. 17ii Washington Mnrket Co, bonds 103 Inland and Hen Const Co. bonds 1,0 Wtuh'n UrlckMachlnestock..IOO.. 1IJ National Metropolitan Hank. ..100, . 13 National Hank of Itepubtlc....100 farmers A Mechanics' National Hank, flcorgetonn luo,, 1V1 Citizen, ' National Hank loo,. 10 Hecond National P.ank 100.. 104 111"! 3S 42ii 10 7 07 1lJ" ico" Central .National Hvnk 100.. 16, tlrcat Palls Ice Company 100., 101 Heal Estate Title Ins. Co 100., t3t Pennsylvania Telephone Co no,, 4IVj 10!, iiuesneiai.c tv 1 uiuuino iti.uo.iuut. di .... United Stales Electric l.lghlCo.lOO,, 70 ;i) National Safe Deposit Co 103tb .' Wash. Light Inf. 1st mortgage 00 Jlnltlruoro l'roduco Marliot, Jnu. II. COTTON dull! middling, lUjc. 1'I.OUU steady and firm. Howard street nnd western super. 8iC2ffl:i.00: do. extra, cU'JSjj i.OO; do. family, fl.'J51.7.1: cltv mills super, S1CW33.00; do. extra, S.1.5Ul,ni do. illo brands, 8 1.02 l.75i Patarsco lnmily, $3.03; do. superlative patent, $0.00. WHEAT Southern nominal', wcstcmtflrruor nr.d dull; southern red, UOfsa'c; do. amber, imdc; o. -a western winter rcu, spot, wij-s (i?S7)JO! January, MtifixVia) rebruary, Vfc$ rn'he; iiureu,.yjcjjyj,.f,c; April, Dl-fto uiui Uliiilii'ee. COItN Fouthern hfirhor nnd seareo, wosfopn higher and active; southern white, 4Si30c; do, yellow, 4hMc; western mtied, spot, TiOitgJOKe; January, 4S;IWj;ci rebruary, HJJSlfe; ttenmer, HJifelJc. OATS firm! southern, 3("39c; renusylvnnla, CfwS'jc; western white, SiV3i39c; do. mixed. 3i 3.lo. HYK quiet at C570c. II AY higher nud firm; prlmo to choleo west crn,Sl!l.riifl,SlilW). PROVISIONS steady nnd quiet; mess pork, (0 tcoio.ooi bulk meats, shoulders, and clear rib sides, packed, 4J;i3Stc. E icon noailnal; hams, lO'iiailc. Laid, refined, 7'7J.Jo. Uuttcrdull nnd cniy; western packed, Il2i3c; crenmery, 2330c. Eggsllrm nt ijjiloi llmod, K(ol7c. Petroleum nominally steady: reilncd, -.'jStVfi. COH KE steady nnd quiet, lllo cargoes, ordi nary to fair, 78J;c. bt'UAK steady nnd quiet; A soil, G'l": cap per refined llrm at mimoiic. WHISKY firm at J1.H)S1.'.U BALTIMORE STOCK M IRKKT. Daitimob!, Jan. 11. Virginia 6i, consoli dated, GSU; piut-dtia coupons, bb'Z; new lo-lli, 3'JJ ',; new 8s, MJ bid to-day. BALTlMOltr. CATTli: MARKET. 1IAI.TIM0RP, Jon. 11. llecf cattlo Market nctlvo and prices Mo higher. Host bcevos, tii 4JCc; ordinary, 'JJW'Oljic. Mot of tho sales I were rrom ay, to 6ic Ilceelpts, 8ju held; feolcs, 6w head. Swlno-ralr supply and fairly I'uoxjo, iiii fiuiiiii, 1; y'oi'i; luouiiiui, 4ii conn ucmuml. ilceelpts, l,'.l bead; quotations, oWe. 'Iho receipts of sheep nnd Iambi wcro 1,810 head; quotatlous-ahccp, 3B3;fo; lamLs, idiija. A 1'roposeil Iroiiclud. Mr. Ijire, of Delaware, jeslerday Introduced n bill for Iho construction of a modern hlgh paner, armored vctscl ofwar, It provides for the construction ofa steam crulslug vessel of war, of twenty knots speed, by Charles (1. I.uudborg, of New York. It makes au ap propriation of SS.OOO.OOO for tho construction of i tic vitscl, which Is to he of eight or nine thousand ions burden, not moro than twenty llvo feet dralt, philed Willi twelve-ineh coin pound armor, nnd to carry ft powerful bit iery, Tho vessel is to ho completed In two veers, under tho solo direction of contractor Charles U. I.uudborg, of New York, who Is to rccolvo ft royalty, not specified lu the bill, In tho event of tho vessel's attaining a speed of twenty knots per hour for eight hours. Ipyou cnnVBcar" n cough, Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup. Hull" It with Timber Cutters) to ho Sued. Secretary I.araar has asked Attornoy Ooncrnl Garland to enter suit against persons unlaw fully holding government timber and using It, Tho cases aro located In Alabama, Louisiana, l'lorldn, Mississippi, Utah, and Minnesota, and nro mostly against persons who nro cutting the timber surreptitiously aud thereby defrauding tho government. Dii'.a. sriCKNEY-On the 11th Instant, lwnriir C. STlikM.v, nt Ids residence, l'JITlstiect uoilh uest, In 1)10 7711! year or Ids age. , Noilce of final al hereafter. m UxniuiT.uciuts. W It. BPEAEE, UNUEP.TAKT.n, 010 V STKEET NOlirllWEST. 3T.W)11ilng stiictly first-class and on the most reasonable terms, Camp Chairs lo hire for all occasions. f OSEPII C. LEE, v Formerly of I'll C. I.KE, Formerly of Henry Lee's Bous, Undertakers, NEW AND C0.MM0DI0U3 WAliEROOMS, I,a.u2a Pennsylvania avenue N, w, ssvnesldenceon the premises WFNDSOR'S SHOE PARLOR, 1433 NJ5W TOllK AVE., STHLIIT. NUAlt 15t)n STREET; EVENING, AND TARTY SnOES EESTvOOODa. PRICES LOW. Till! COUKT ltlXOltD. Supremo Court of Iho t'nltod Wales -3 1. O'itollly find J. V. Kennedy vs. J. V. fampell ct nl. Aftltmcd. No. ion. Hiram L. Drown ct nt. vs. Charles 1 . Davis. Decrco reversed with cost , nnd can 1 runnuded with n direction loduiulss tlio bill wltlirnst". No MJ'J. John II. "lebbins el nl., .. vs. tho Town el PI. Anne, III., ct nl Decree adlrirh'd. No. KM. Tho United Wales vs. Morris Splogel. rir-l, fourth, tilth, nud clthlh questions an swered In the negative nnd tno seventh In tho 11 It', neat ho. Nonniwer mado to second, third, nnd sixth questions, nnd cause) remanded for further proceedings. No. 531. James K Johnson ct al vs. Joseph Wllklns, sherllT, Ac ; No OT. (leorgo S Wells ctn!., plotiitlllsln error, vs. Joi.Wllklns.shcrlll', Ac.. No. MS. otto lioldstuckcr ct nl , plalntllls In error, vs. Joscrh Wilklns, sheriff, ,e.e.; No. C.V). t.eo.H. Wcllsetal., plaintiffs III error, vs. Jo seph Wilklns, shcrlli; Ac; No. 0i (leorgo M. U ills ct.nl., plalnlllls tit error, vs. Joseph Wil klns, sheriff. Ac, No. Ml. llcorgn C. Wcllsetal. vs. Joseph Wilklns, sheriff, An : No.tvu. (leorgo P. Wells et nl. vs. Joseph Wilklns, sheriff, Ac. Dismissed for tho want of Jurisdiction. No. I'Sn. John llrauscom et nl. vs. John W. Wood. Motion to dismiss denied. No. S (leorgo Plerco vs. Arthur II. II010. Ou motion ofMr. Charles P.. Miles, for plalntlll lu error, dismissed with costs. No. rot). Tho city council of Charleston vs. Henry 1) Sedgwick, Dismissed with costs por silt illation. No. llto. The District of Columbia vs. L. 1U (intuimi. Motion 10 dlsmlsi submitted by 8. S. 1 Initio and John 1'. Ennls In support ot mo tion, ami by A. 0 Itlddlo Inopposlllon thereto. Motion lo ndvaneo submitted by.M.A.U. Illd die lu support of motion. No. 18. William Craig, appellant, vs. Thomas Leltcnsdorfer Motion Tor rulo to show causa why tho terras nl tlio stipulation filed ntllio last term should not bo carried out. Argued by II. 1'. Duller nnd 0. 1). (larrctt In support nf motion, nnd bye W. Hornor and Walter II Smith lu opposition thereto. No. 6i. John Patch, plaintiff lu error, vs. K L. While. Passed until to-morrow. No. ion. Johnson llngood, Comptroller flsit cral, Ao el al., appellauts, vs. John M'. South cm, Ac. No. loa Johnon Hagood, Comptroller lieu prnl. Ac, ct al., nppcllunts, vs. Auiui. 1). Williams. l'aiMii until to-morrow. No. 110. L. . Marshall, pbilntlll lu error, vs. Mcphcn Hubbard. Argued by T. 1!. Htidd for planum" In error.and by J. W, JlMkliam Tor defindnnt In error. Circuit court Justlrc Cox. Wright vs. Mc.Mlehael, verdict tot plaintiff for fWI.W. Iloblntonvs (Julrk, Helrel vs. Kccfo& O'Neal; flat 011 scl. fa.. 011 trial. Asslgunientror to-dav-Nos, 1,11, illt, II. iV.f), VJ7, W.), tO.", 1,2.1, 02,, G.U, OW, uu. i-ra, oih), o,j, anil zrjt Circuit Court Justlco Merrlek. Ashtleld vs. l'ollansbee; rulo granted on plaintiff re quiring him to employ new counsel. Pnrkor vs. Miller; verdict lor plaintiff fur KIVJ. Ilalley vs. Dltrlet of Columbia; Juror withdrawn and enso coollnued, Dudley, administrator, vs. Johnsonjjudgineut lor plalutlff forSI.OUnud Interest, Eqully Court Justlco James. Ilodgns vs. Hodges; divorce granted, llcau vs. Ilyiner. talc finally ratlslled Piimphrcy vs. I'umpliroy; private oflcr ordered to bo accepted, lnzalis vs. Siisini: siibstltiitlon of trustees nnd rcloao of deed of trust. Assignment for today Nos, 10 17 18 PJ 'JO 22 113 17 '-"J 39. Crlmliinl Coiiitjiistlra'acArtliur. Wm. 0. Ilocliinan, einbC77lemcnl; committed to Jail In default 01 ball. (1. A. tVliltakcr. prpsontlng falsa vouchors; on trial. Assignment uu cliiiuged. Smuggllnc ltoolts by .Mull. Complnlut has been mado to tho Secretary of tl.oTicnsury that for years past tho mails havo been used lo bring books, chiefly ex pensive lllblos, Into tho 1'nltcd Statos from Canada, thus avoiding the duty, whllo Iho regular Importer pnysitt per cent, on the de clared value. Tlio matter lias been rclcrred to Assistant Secretary l'nlrchlld. l.Xr.C'UTlVK IXFOUMATTOX. C. W llrOHUandOcorgoL.Seybold, postoaico inspectors, have been removed. Tho largo snow crop and tho hllrard formed tho excuo of sixteen treasury clerks who w'ero Into yesterday, which is n larger number than has been repotted for some time. Tho follow Ing promotions havo been mado in tho Pototl,co Department: In tho stamp division Oeorgo o. Mooro nnd N. C. l'or 11 am from tl,IOO to Sl.nw; W. Schntlcld and P. II. Martin from Sl.'JM) to 81,100; V. II. Harbor and M, Nevlnsfrom Sl.OOOtoJb'JOO; J. A. Marlins Is transferred from tlio free delivery division 10 tbo stamp division, and pronntod fioia ;i,0J-) luci,.io. The court of claims disposed of n largo num ber of cases yesterday. Tho claim of John M Ijingston, lato minister to llaytl, was decided In his favor, and ho was awarded Judgment to tho amount or 37.i-CO.r4. being Iho dlllorcnec of snlnry between tbo amount appropriated and tho amount to w hleh lie was entitled under tho law. It wns decided In tho case of S n. liirin, administratrix, that uu officer of tho mirluo corns "III entitled to havo previous aimy sorvlco Included In computing his longovltv p ly, llio claim or Charles II. Pendleton, of tho navy, for mllengo was dismissed. Absolutely Frco from Opiates, Emetics anil P0I3011, SAFE. . at vncaaisTS and szaixrs, THE CHARLES A. VOCELER CO..DALTIM0RE.MO, Ui,lQ I'rotulitors. Mmucsiz. MEN ONLY-A NEW, QUICK, PERMANENT, absolutely certain cure for lost or falling man hood. Benefits wlthlii a day; cures usually within n month. No quackery; simple, scleutitlc. Full explanation, rauuy references, nnd Indisputable Iirsofs mailed, under seal, free. Address THE CMK MEDICAL COMPANY. Buffalo, N. Y. L ADITS-JUST PUBLISHED, "THEAS18E ON Self-Development of the Female Bust aud rorin." colored Anatomical plate, full eiplana- lion, meuicsi opinions, A.r..iuauei tsraieu; ior -u cents, Address P. 0. DRAWBH 17", UufTalo, N.Y. Tr.NTED-TO KNOW THE BEST TU1UCI.11I v and Russian baths lu Washhetton, go to Slitdd's, on E at., urer Dili N. W.i ctiubliskcd In lb71i litampooer of II ears' experienie nt Hits establishment. Lndhs' day livery Wednesday morning, fium 0 to 1'J o'clock. TOIINSON EEOTIIER9, I O prsLirs in AN1UBACITE, SPLINT, (HNNEL, AND CUMBEHLAND COAL, ALL KISDi OP WOOD, MAIN orncEi W'haius and Railroad Yard foot l!lh st. 8. W. BRANCH YAI1DSI IZOSr at. N. W. tld and 1C sts. N. W, maoihst, n, w. 7th and P sts. N.W. 1740 p. ave. N. W, U'21 Pa. ave. H. K. SAM'L S. SHEDD Gna Fistiirea I Gna Plxturo3 1 Slate Mnntolo, Ltitrobcs, Rangos, Furnaoos. Plumbing ana Tinning; 400 ninth"strebt N. W. T LOYD'3 25-CENT WASHINQTON EXPRESS. Haggagedcltvcrcdto nil parts of the city, rail road, steamboats, Ac, Furnltiiie, sewing iruichlues. lvne-urlters. Ac. carefully removisl. Trunks takeu toany part oftbehonsewlthoulextracharge. Per- sons returning to the city con leave Iheir cheeks at either olilce. 1ELEPH0NE NO. 47.1-il. Office 1 1003 V tu N. W. Branch Offices I Oth and n,is, N.W, basement Howard House; Duckett's Pliormacy. cor. Pn. av. aud 22d st. N. W.t 030 O i st. N.W.t Frank Pltrer ,k Co., druggist, cor. East UpltoUiidOlhsls. s. E. I JOHN a sTAWLEY, Proorlstor. VIGOR FOR MEN) QUICK, SURE, SAFE bock free. CIVULE AUENOY,10liKultOD i Itmt, New York. TRADE W7 MARK, j? m. jp jSS9tk. Wsff SURE, gCtS. est MtMSitsM Hlvaro Sionns, 1 riAKos ron noUDAY peesents. FINEST DISPLAY (itTIKAt, OEM1 OK AttT IN UltANI), KlJt'AltK, AND UPUIUIIC PIANOi. From the plain P.osewnod to tlio rleliet ornamentM styles In all kinds of Fancy Woods, Inlaid, cnrvivl Mnrouctry. and other ornamental finish) artistic styles, of i.iemannf.!cttireof WM. KNM1E A CO, UNEQUALED IM TONE, TOUCH, AND WonE- MAN1I1IP, WAlll'.ltOOMSl H17 Market Space, Washington. " PIANOS l'Oll DENT. Flrrt-cloH Upright, Square, and Urand Pianos for "" "wm.knahr ca.'s WAnr.noo.MS, H17 Market Space. "SECONDHAND TlANOS-An allractTiTasioit merit, comprising a number ofcleennt styles but little used, almost good ns new. All Pianos offered In good repair. A nnmlr of serviceable Instru ments ns low as loo lotiuo. Terms easy monthly luitallmentsorensh. W.M. KKAI1IC A CO.3 WARE1TOOM9, 817 Market Space. E3TABI 1B1IEI) 1H , w. ft 1)111 & CO,, (003 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, (Second Door West of Ninth Street), Doalors In Muslo and Musical Novoltlos. .Bole Agents for the following well-known I'lsnos g OltlCKERlNO,; HAINES BROS., IIARDMAN, JAMES A ntlLSTEOM, O. O. HEHiaS, AND llOL'QH A WAIU1HN OEUANS. risnos and Organs for rent and sale on easy terms, Special attention paid to Tuning and Ilepalrlng Pianos. All orders by mall promptly attended to. PIANO nmmwm JOHN I IMS & CO., No, 937 Pa. Ave. N.W. QHAND EQUAEE AND UPRIOUT PIANOS, THE BEST IN THE WORLD. Tostther with n large assortment of other Pianos constantly on hand at the Wareroouis. 025 Pennsylvania Avonuo. Edward F. Droop, Tftrtne r of .he Ute W. O. Jir.TZKROTT A CO. Tolciilicmo Cull No. 317-'. Tontaj; and Kfpairinff prompt I7 nit titled to bj elUble workmen. ESTEY ORGANS. FISCHER anil ESTEY PIA1TOS I Holiday purchasers nro Invited to examine our large and varltd stock of these famous Instruments, Pianos for Itcnt unci Sold ou Install- llll'lltH. SANDBE3 Ss STAYMAN, (JAEVI3 BUTLER IN ClIAItaE), 034 If Street N. W Washington, D. 0. IB N. crfAELES STREET. nALTIMOEE.MD TAILOllS. PALL AND WINTER, 1885-'a SuiliDgs,.Ovcrcoa(iDgs, anil Trouserings OF .MY OWN IMPORTATIONS. OPEN FOR THE INSPECTION OF ALL. Oenllemen who are desirous of being well and artistically drreied can be gratified by leaving their orders at the well known Im porting: and Tailoring Establishment of H. D. BABR, 1111 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. Jj.imk.i' Goods. MISS ANNIE K. nrMI'nREY, 4U TENTH STREET N. W MAKES CORSETS TO ORDER, In every style and raateital, and guarautees perfect nt nnd comfort. Her specialties are I'lench lland-mnde Under clothing, Mciluo Uuderwear, and Finest Iiuportid Hosiery. Patent Shoulder Braces aud all Dress Reform Ucols, laench Corstts nnd Bustles, Children's (Vir sets, nnd a eine Dollar Corset (Miss H.'s own make) that for the price Is unsurpassed. N. B.-rrench, Oeiuian, and Spaulsh spoxen. It Stands at tlio Head ! WecholleuteanyTypo-AMItfr to equal work done ly (be lairiionsD cAuaiuvir. Stationery nml Supplies. I'liptiiig Hone, hy Kxperts. Second-hand Type-Writers for sale and rent, Ac. W. H, PORTER, General Agent, 033 V WSlV,VT, NERVOUS DEBILITY QUICK, PERMANENT cure. Book free, ciYMLK AUKNOY, 10(1 Fulton St., New Tork STElTOi fECKER pIM0S V BROS. I JViJir I'VliLICtTlOSB, cCt7. For the New Year! Iiij!c Inn's Vl'lllng Lists. Diaries, calendars. Wlillaker's and Church Almanacs, Pelonbet's Notes on tho Lessons for lHSd, Half Hour! with tho Lessons for 18S0. Sermons by the Monday Club. AH the Leeeon Papers for 186U. AT W3I. IIA1LANTYNB & SON'S, 438 SEVENTH STREET, Holiday Goods ! Our Christmas Cards ore already opened nnd on eildblllon; also n large stock of Itaudsome Books designed for gifts. We are receiving every day something new, and during the time I fore the Holldnv s shall display some beautiful Goods, which we Invite our friends and patrons to examine. Our second story contains Its usual variety of Christmas Tree Dceorallons and Toys al marvel ously low prices. WM. H. MORRISON, 47B rENNA, AVE. BLANK BOOKS. , 70 Similes Colored Tissue Taper. Itcil l'ei!nr Carpet Lining. I'APEIl WAREHOUSE, 80S and 807 D Street Northweit. FTXslXCTAt. Ww' F. TTELLEN, STOCK AND GRAIN BROKER, Corner Pennsylvania Ave. and rifteenth Street, (Corcoran Building), WASHINGTON, D. O. licet Pilvate Wires and Constant Quotations Re ceived from New York and Chicago Markets, 81 OCRS, OEAIN, AND PROVISIONS Bought and Sold on Margin or for Cash. Chicago Correspondent, M'DERMID A CO. Telephone No. 402-0. IjOttiuiii'.s. capital riti.i:, - $7.7,003, f; I, i't.t.v." R03S I. ItT.T., Wedolifrrbj ctrtlfr Unit w saperrlie the &r riDKfiurntR for nil the montlily ftnj quamrly drimliigioftboLoiiUlAnabtAtsjLAtlrrxCompanjraad lu n?rrun manoRs and control tlir'Umwfngs them mlvMt,nml tlintthcpnine nrei-onUut ittl with iionwitjr, fnlrnw, and In pooil falili toward all purttw, oitJ k nulliorlr lli company to tue tills wlldcate, with fnc-ilmlleofour tlsnaturti altacJitd to lu adver- f j t2t- Commissioners. We. the undersigned Banks nnd Bankers, will pay all prises drann In the Loulfnnu state Lot teitcs u hleh tuny be presented at our counters. ,t. ii, ooi,i:snv, I'rvx. I.u. Nut. Hunk. s. if. ki:nni:i)v, Pros. Stnto Nut. llnult. A. llAI.DWIN", 1'ies. '. O. Nut. ltnnk. t'NrRI'CI'.DENrl'.D ATTItA(TION. OVER llUAllll.ll MILLION DISTRIIIUTED. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY, Incorporated In 18(18 for 2.1 yenrs by the Leglsla. lure for education and charitable purposes, with A csiltalofll.iioo.Oiiu, to which n reserve fund of over 1050.000 has since becu added, Ryan overwhelming iptilar role lis franchise was made a part ofthe present State Constitution, adopted December 2, A. D. 1H7U. Its Grand Single Number Drawing wilt takeplact monthly. II never Scales or Postpones. Look .1 the follow Ing distribution i lSllril URAND MONTHLY DRAWINO, III the Academy ofMuslc,NewOrleans,TUESl)VY. I'EUHUAHY ll, 1SM1, under the prsonal suer vision and management of Oen.d.T. Beauregard, of Louisiana, and Gen. Jubal A. Early, of Ylrglnla. tuemtuu dZmg?33 CAPITAL PRIZE, 173,000, 100,000 Tickets nt I'lve Dollars euih. Fractions lu fifths, In proportion, ttsr or raiirs. 1 Capital Trite 170,000 1 do. do 23,000 1 do. do 10.0OU J Prlres of (tl.oiHi 12,00(1 0 do. 2,0(HI 10,000 10 do. 1.IMKI lO.IHKI 2ii do. r.iui lo.ooo 100 do. 200 20,000 Slid do. 100 llll.OOO tJIKI do. 00 23,000 .000 do. 20 23,000 arrnoxiMAiio.N riitzM, n Aiproxlmailoa Trltes, (730 0,730 I) do. do. 000 4,000 0 do, do, SSO 2,230 1UG7 Prlres, amounting to.. .12(13,300 Apillcation for rates tu clubs should be tnaao onls tnllieonlienftlie Company, tu New Orleans. 1 or further Information, write clearly, glvlug full address. Postal Notes, Express Money Orders, or New Yoik Exchange lu onllu.iry letter. Currency by express cull sums of 13 nud upward at our expense) Lddliiscd M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La. Make P. O, Money Oiders payable and ad Iress Reflsurul Ullersto NEW ORLEANS NAT IUN Al. BANK, New Orleans, La. A MnUer of Chance. Original little Havana (oould a co.'s), Decided by EOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY, ORDINARY CLASS No. XSOH. JAN. 111. 1 sulci. Number for Number I Prtxe for Prlxe I Wlih 170 Additional PrUes. 17,000 TICKETS AND 7U0 PRIZES. SCHEDULE. 1 Capllal Prize 113,000 1 do 4,000 1 do. , 2,000 1 do 1,01)0 vlU Prlres, 300 each , 1,000 10 ,10. 21KI " 2,IMK) 507 do. 23 " 14,111 I) Arpiox'llons to 1st l'rlte.fino each., lino J " 2d " lull " .. 200 a " 3d " 100 " .. 200 020 Prizes, as above, being the full num. ter lu Hie Roj al Hal ana, and 170 Addllloual Pities of t'.'O each to the - 170 tickets hni lug as eliding nuiii- lerihe two uruiTnal uults of the numler drawing tho Capital Prize of iio.ooo n,too 7C0 rrites, amounting lu U.S.Oold lo,, 1 1,023 11LK1US IN FIFTHS. Wholes. 3 ui. Fracilons, pro rata, T11EE0VAL IIAVN OFFICIAL Llsr DK- Mill S EVERY PRIZE. AOE.NTS EVEHYWIIEHE. ALL l'P.IZLS PAID ON PRKSENPATION, CAUTION: See that the Name (10ULD & CO. Is on your ticket. None ol tiers are ORIGINAL OR RELIABLE. For tickets, Ac., address or apply to BUIPSEY COMPANY, 1213 Dioudway. New York City. Or AGENTS EVERYWHERE. MOUNT VERNON I MOUNT VtmNON MOUNT VERNON Sleamer W. W. CORCORAN Leaves 7th st. Wharf dally (except Sunday) fbi MOUNT VERNON, AtlOo'locka. in.i returning, reaches Washington about 3.30 p. m, Lryty 600 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. 7TENNA OPTICIAN COMPANY, Al ZSTZart Xi- "Vj3 XJ&Lm TiiAvr.T.nn'ii Gaina. fpiIR OREAT PENNSYLVANIA ItOnTK Tn J. 1 1IK NOItTII, WEST, ANH SOUTIllVpJ? DOUBLE TltAcK" SPLENDID sr-K&tnv STW.L EAJU,, 'MAONIKlJi'TefJlp: -.... "j KFEECT JAN. 11, 1HSK1. lost Line ,0 a. m. daily to Cincinnati and Ifti clnnntl, and Hotel Car to 81. Iuls; dafiy. eicett Salorday.to Chicago, with Bleeping iStiinSSi ?,!i"';.hMcl'f.l "P"1 Clatlnnntl Espress? at 7ilO p. m. dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago, connecting at Harrfsburg with Westerri '"'."."""''""pugh Sleepers for Loulnllir3 V.V.. , "' :'no Kipress 10 p. m. dallr for ri''f .".'. Westwttl, throuih81e,rrir.0r' AIMIOAD. U'ircalo, m. ijv7:.-"-' "" " o:,".Tl7,,cVr,rHuni,',v.',',nl E,n"' i-ur flfwmrs nnu urn Kast. 71ft n ,ns ss n. m !t,4 2ii,lu and Han p. m, on "ndaV li a. m and a l.-Jo, 10. and 11-.2U p.m. r' mi5?f" Express of 111 Iman Parlor Cars, ole li. m?iml U r,o p. m. daily, eicept Sunday. ' n ' for Boston wlihout change, a 00 p. ns. every dar ' Jt"'t,y,X 'Ul bol of Brooklyn Ann.i an-ordliigd reel transfer to Fulton toelauwfna double ferriage nrross New York cltr. "'"'"" n ,W'Jill!",';U7i 7ilb n' 11 ", 3. I 30. ..' I'in'M1 ,,,?!2U,1,..,,, " Sunday I a. w' - 4,?Pi0i 10- 01"1 11 "0 P, m. Limited kV.' press, 0.40 a. a. nnd 80 p. m dally, except San- j-'of Baltimore, 0 !Ui, 7llft, 0. II 40, O .VI 1 1 ..'? . ', " ''. 4 20,4 27.4 40, 0.7:10. lb'al Fur I'ntHi'si fiiwiir rii. T.sjH. . ... . dally eVceplS,ld"c '" -"" '"T-m. For Annapolis, 7il(l and o a. ra 12.01, and 4:27 S"in in,',,cf" """'"y- Sunday, On. ni.mkl AAYNni!'MK"rrSr;i,K.UIfK,nnn',n1 TON JeAlJ.UOAitXAJUU,A AN WASIIINO For Alexandria, 11, 7:10, 0 2.1,11,01. and ll'U. m 2.05, 4-20.4 no 001. NOV a llJ7m On Sunday, at 0 I) -l 11 In .. rA "8 0.1 i. m.P" li.rHlcimr.n,(andtheSoutli,o and ll.uia.Di. dally, and 4 J10 p. m. dally except Sunday. on ".'f!,,v, A1ndrla for Svashlnctnn. O.-o.1!, ?m!! Tickets and Information at the ofllce, norlheaet corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania, avenue, and at I lie station, where orders can be left for the checking of baggage to destination from hotels and residences. t t, ven,Vl.l,AS',flr.L01r'atnra' Manager. J. . V 001), General Passenger Agent. JgALTIMOREAND OHlonAlLROAU. BCnEDULE IV EFFECT SUNDAY. Drc I'l 1SH0. UNTIL FURTHER NbVlCE. ' JErEVA.N'6rAiJDm0S,ffi.KT?rn,f HKW burgand Chicago, am jlng In Pittsburg t 7 'lOnT m,, Chicago , nest morning at H A No extra fare s charged on this train for fast time. For CInciniiati, laulsvllle, and St. Tmts dally at 3 p. m and lo lop. a., with Througu Coiches and Palace sleeping Cars to above points, without eJ'f.n!'-, Ji 1-'": " Fut Limited l'raln to Clncln fS'isk ' '' rrt'"nlu Unclnnatl next mjrn Ingat7:43, St. Louis 0.:)0 p.m. No eitra fe Is charged on this train for foil lliie. . K,i ,i",,bl,rt f.' VM. " " "I"1 Parlor Car, Iw.,.ro1!! T1."' Shepfng Cars to Pittsburg. JorlUUfinoreonwetkdaTs.a, 0.20, (140.70, 8JMI, and 1(1 00 a.m., 12.ro 1:40, 3 10(4-raln. and 11 anKl p m ' " A' l0' 7'""' ttM' inSr.1"""01? ?,5 S"";!10-20' 7o,8:i0,and -Hoa0;,,"'!!1;2?',,10' U'30' " nAU A . 7, n.20, auci i i.ihi i. m. For Shenandoah Valley Railroad and points south. a.:!0 n. tu. dntlr. mil, hiiiM.i, ul.A.M Washington to New Orleans. I or Annoiiolls, 0 40 nud H5M a, m. and 12:10 and politan Branch, 7:10 n. in. dally, except SJndsy, and Ball p. m. dally; 4:40 p. m.iUHy, exc-pt Sun day, for tmnclnaleiatloiiion M.,rn,Miii,.n o.nrti.. I 1a; H i40n.m. dally; on Sunday stops at nil stations' Fcr LMltiffion, Htannton, ninl Vnller Uranth, H.U u ui. uuiir CJlvi'l Duunnr. i or ( 41 trtst rati ins ml a. tn. daily extent buudny, J 'or U,l iiilcrmeJiato tioliitn, -0 o. m., 12-ttUnniI ll:Bij p, in. tint I y Mtf pt Situday. For Krtdertcir, 8.40 , ui. sua s.4u p. in. uaiiy. except Sunday. lor Ifagers'own and Winchester, 8.40 and O.IJ a. in. nndOtll p. tn. ddlly except Sunday. TrnlnsnrrliefrnniihewMtdally.U lii,7-gna m ll 10, l.JHiNcw Orleans Express), and 0.30 p.m. From Anunpolle, 8JI0 and 11151.1 a. in. ana 1JSU nd 3:23 p m.t Sunday. 10.33 a. m., 0.J.1 p. m. Prom Islington. Caul p. m, dally except oundey. 1 rom ledcrlck nnd lnterm.rilrtt nnln. uo. m. and 8 10 p. in. dally except Sunday, ' Trains leave Bolllmorefor Washington at 3:10, 0.30, 7:20, 8.13, 1MB, and 10.30 a. m", and 12.10. 2 00, 3 00, 4 Oil, 4.20, D 00, 0 30, 7:4.', 0 00, and 11.00 p. m.t on surdrys, 0-10, 7.20. h-aV and 0 oa j.ra., lao, a, 4.20, 0 00, (MO, 7:13.0.0O, ana 11 p.m. A" J?1!!? "."i; wn?.ou ,UV at Relay Station except 1:40, 3.10, and 0.40 p. m. For further Information apply at the B-ltlmora and Ohio ticket onice Washington statlonoiu and 1331 Pennsylvania avenue, corner of Fuurtecntti street, where orders will bo taken for baggage to be checked aud receli ed al any polut In the city. B, DUNHAM. General Ma" Mcrffiainn"o'r.' ' rPHE PIEDMONT AIR LINE. X VlltOINIA MIDLAND KAIfAVlV SUORT LINK SOUril AND SOUTH Wljif. Schedulo In eCcct November 13, 1883. 7:00 A. M.-Lynebburg Mall, dally, eicept Sun day, to local stations, connecting al Charlottes ville with Chesapeake nnd Ohio llallwny, and at Lynchburg with Richmond aud Alleghany illd Nor folk nnd Western Railroads. 11-10 A. M.-New Orleans Fast Mall, dotty, tnak. Ing close eoniiecilon south and southwest. Putlmsu blei ring Buffet Car rrom New York and Washington to Atlanta. IMIIuiaii Sleeping Cars from Atlanta to New Orleans. 0 30 P. M.-Loulsville Fast Line, dally, vl Charlottes! Ille, to Cincinnati, Louisville, aud all Western points. Ptilltaan Sleeping Cars from Wash. Ington to Lnulsvttle. 10 30 P. M.-Soulhern Mall and Expre-e, Callr to all points south and southwest. Pullman Hutlet Sle Ing Cars from Washington to Atlanta and New Orli ons, Pullman Sleer-ets from Washlng'on. via Charlotte and Columbia, to Aiken, Manassas Division train leaves Washington at '.'.'.lo P.M. dally, except Sunday, Warrenton indue leave W iishlugfon at 7.-00 A. M. dally, eicept stun dor, llilO A, M, nnd 0.30 P. M.dafty. Trnlns arrive In Washlngton-S.o.", A. JL, South ern Express, dally; lu.40 A. M straslnirg Local, dolly, except Sunday; 130 P, M Lynchburg Mall! dally, except Sunday! U 15 P. M Ni-w Orleans Fosi Mall, daily; 0.40 P. M, Loulsvlll.Jspeaal, dally, a"- For tickets and Information Inquire at Company's Office, ool lVnusyliaida avtuue. Trains leava from u. A 1. statlou. SOL. MASS, 0 W. CIIIUIW. Traffic Manager. Act. a, P. ai.nu. IIESArE.KE AND OHIO RAILWAY. (Leave B. A P. Deint, sixth nnd fl streets.) 7 A, M.-Por all way stations, Leilnglon, Ky., I.oulsvllle, cinclnnail, Columbus, and St, Louis. Dally enent sundar. 11 A, M. For Newport Ncns, Old Point Comfort, aud Norfolk. Dallv excent KumtAr. 0.30 P. M. ForLoutllllle, Cfmlnnalf, St. Louis, and Chicago, connecting lot all iwluts West, Northwest, and Southwest. Past Express (dally)i docs not stop for local business. Through Pullman service to Louisville and Clmluuatl. For tickets and Information apply to O. & O. rail way office, 013 Pennsylvania avenue, under Na tlcnal Ilotelj Virginia Midland railway onlce, 001 Pennsylvania avenue, aud B & P. station. Telephone call, 058-3, n. W. FULLER. FRANK TRIOO, """" Agent. Eastern Passenger Agent. yASHINGlON, OHIO AND WESTERN RAIL On and after Noreuiber 15,1883, trains will leave from and an lie at blith and U streets drool as followst Leave Washington 0 a. m. aud 4.43 p.m. dally. Arrive at Leuburg 11-00 a. m. and 0 4 3 p. m, Ar rive at Hound 11 til at 11 :47 a, m.imd 7.3d p. m, lie lurnlug, leave Hound IIIU 5 11 a. in. aud li'JO p. in. Pass ,e(aburg (1 37 a. m. and 2.12 n, in., and arrive nl Washington K.J1 n. m. aud 4:10 p.m. The train leaving Wnshlngiouat 4:43p. in. and the train arriving nt 8 3.1 a. iu. are dally. All ovueir Indus are daily exiept Sunday Monthly aud coiuinuiaUou rates to all points. IL RKLL, Superintendent, Alexaadila. Va. STEAMBOAT ,TXK.I. a'O NORFOLK AND FORT MONROE. The Popular Route, Cheap Rales aud Superior Aurommodatlous, BlugleTlikets. 11.23. Round Trip, ft. U. B. Mall Steamer OEOROB LKVRY. MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, AND FRIDAYS. At 3 30 P. M., from 7th-st, Wharf. Hecure rooms and tickets at Baltimore nnd Ohio ofllccs, 1331 nud uiu Pa. ave,, St. Marc Hotel, and Knox express, 00.1 pn. ave., who wlltnliocheck baggage from hotels nnd private residences, 1 or further Information luciulre nt Cour&ny'a offlce, 711l St. wharf, Telephone colt 713-1, WILLIAM P. WELCH, Gen. Agent. TOW FARE FORTRESS MONROE AND NORFOLK. FARE, II. HOUND 1RIP, 11.03. Bteamer JANE MosHLKY, Monday, Wednes. day, and Saturday, ct 0 30 p. m. Couuects closely at Old Point with the steamer Ariel for lUchinoncl, Passage ard rooms secured at General OSes Oth street wharf. Irlephoue call, 01, Stops a (Vjlonlal Beach eaturduyi going aud reluming l'aie, 00 cents. Frelcht steamers KNIGnT and GIBSON leave Plerdl. East River, New York, every Saturday, 1 l's Wte, HSHII11VII nsrviUTtUaf, btc airier 111OMPS0N for all Potomao River i Landings, Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday at 7 a. m. I ALFRED WOOD, Secretary, QEO, R. PHILLIPS, buperlntendent. CLYDE'S NEW EXPRESS STEAM PACKEI LINK FOR PHILADELPHIA, WASHINGTON, AND ALEXANDRIA. AT APP0IME11 SAILINO DAYS. From PHILAUELPIHA every Saturday, 13 lo From WASHINGTON every Monday, 12 m. Through and prompt counectlon wltli New York, Boston, Pall Hirer, and all points North. Tbrough Bills of Lading given. Freight rscelved and dsllv eied dally until 0 p. in. W, P. CLYHK A CO.. General Agents, Phlladalphla. J. n. JOHNSON A CO., Agents. 12th end 13th St. Wharvts, S. W 1303 I? St. It, V Washington, D,U Iiauurir in i inrfltTft ti,1 I BALTIMORE AND POTOMAO R UpBTA, 1 p. m.flfttlr. xcrnt Mutnl CtCflr lUliliirtnn (n .u. ,s u., wi. ouuuwj, nMf n. ill. anil iU p. ,u, 1 or way sintlons btiweeu Washington una Haul, more, o.o.iii, h;io a. ra., 12.10 p. m.,u;lo. 4:40. 7, and lip. in. on Sunday, H 30 e. m. and lii'j. U.UO. 4:4(1. 7. and 11 1), m. Far St3l,nn r.n ,..,...! r aiaaJM mmmMmmmmmmm JSST' -ST..