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THE EVEKIKG POST, FBTDAY, XOVJrBER 9. 1888.
The Evening Post.
1I0MINV WITHOUT HOG.
Dey spcnUs to mo fib liomlny,
An' say do polity inns'
Hal) liomlny wltlln Its rniiks
lr clso sho (jwlntcr bus'j
lint still (ley treats ills nlgKcr
Dess lllco cr yallcr ilavvg
I don't boo much en liomlny '
Wldout or piece ob hawg.
Dcy eny dat I'm "dcsirritntlld "
Whatever dat nr mentis
Hut ills coon want soma bakln
Krlongsido ob Ills fircons,
Ucyusomollko I uses
Kr wcdjro tcr split cr lnKj
Dcy 'talks to mo ob liomlny,
An' tloy Rlts nil do llnwg.
Ulus Ciomwcll In Memphis Ledger.
FOR A FORTUNE.
It 'was o pleasure, indeed, to lio homo
npnln uftor thrco years exploring tho
Arctic snows, nnd tho fact tliat I was
njjout to meet my old lovo, Kmlly Croy
ilon, ngnln mndo ino iloitMy cngor to ho
Imelc. I felt n Biidden e)i 111 nni over mo
when I cumo to her house. I do not
know why. Her stop-father, Joshua
l'cnthrooi), a ninti I hud novur liked,
Win stumlinj In tho doorway.
"Whcro Is Kinlly V I ntkctl, eagerly.
'JIIf.8 Croyden lins been dead oor n
ycnr,"ho rutilled.ln cold .in ensured tones.
That was oil lio Bnld. I eanuot rumeni
hor how I found strength to totter away
mi hearing this dreadful pleco of nows,
but when I had recovered somewhat I
found myself in tho liouao of nn old
From him I learned that Emily Croy
don had cono a year and n-half niio on a
Journi'V with Air. Pcntliroop in "search
of health and that she had died during
Tills calamity had provul too much
for tho poor mother to bear and Mr.
j'cntliroop returned homo to And her
dead, leaving him solo possessor of tho
homo and fortune to which ho had suc
ceeded on Kmlly's death.
After that I could not enduro to llvo at
homo nny moio, but wandered nway
from one'plnco to another trying to llnd
Homo occupation that would divert my
mind from tho past. I don't know what
prompted mo at last to toko a position ns
assistant In Dr. Durity's private insane
It was not, hy any moans, a sinecure.
Indeed, after the tlrstfcw days, I had the
caro of tho wholo establishment, oxcopt
llio part assigned to "special cases," to
which nono had access hut tho doctor
himself nnd nn old fcinalo servant as
ugly as llecato and ns silent as tho grave.
Tills portion of tho building had no con
nection with tho lest, and tho giouuds
adjacent to it were enclosed by a separate
wall thiougli which tho cntranco wn9 by
a goto alwaj'B kept securely fastened.
Dr. Durlty had never invited mo to
visit this part of tho establishment hud
novcr spoken of it, indeed and I was too
much occupied with my own duties to
havo much time to indulge in curiosity.
Ono day, howover, during my hour of
out-door oxcrclse, in passing tho gate al
ready mentioned, I noticed that tlio key
wns in tho lock, a tiling I had novcr ob
served before. I had novcr boon forbid
den to enter this part of tho grounds, nnd
saw no harm In stepping insido and
taking a look around. Tho gato was
unlocked, nnd pushing it open, I
Doforo mo was a wing of tho main
building, whoso walls wero pierced with
tiers of Imned windows, fiom which tho
view was quito infciccplcd by tho high
surrounding wall. A gravel walk tan
round the wing, along which I was
sauntering slowly, whon I licnrd some
thing drop at my feet. Looking dow n I
baw a small gold ring, which I hastened
to pick up.
Judgo of my surpriso at recognizing
tho token of our engagement which I hntl
givon to Dmily tho day I bado her
good-by I "Wlicuco now this souvenir of
tho dead past?
Impressing an outcry to which I had
almost given vent in tho vlolenco of my
excitement, I looked up quickly and
glanclug rapidly olong tho rows of nar
row windows, behind tho bars of ono in
tho topmost tier I saw a palu, worn
faro, at tho stent of which I started as
though it had been an apparition. Tho
face was that of Dmily Croydon I
I would havo called out, but alio placed
her Unguis on her lips and pointed toward
tho partly open gato with a gesturo I
could not fall to understand. It meant
that I should dopart, keeping my own
counsel till 1 had Hccurcd tho means of
her release. Jinking u sign to show my
comprehension, I obeyed, softly closing
tho gato after mo. 1'niily'H safety, per
haps her life, depended on tho present
concealment of my discovery. Tho ono
ghinco I had caught of her faco dispelled
any doubt as to her sanity. Her w ickod
step-father, It was evident, had coined
tho story of hor death for his own solllsh
ends, and was carrying out tho fraud
through tho aid of an unscrupulous ac
complice, who would stick at nothing to
I had cono but n lltllo way when I
heard tho gato open and saw llio serving
woman coming out. Sho scorned
frightened on discovering tho key,
which sho quickly poekctuu after lock
ing tho gate, meanwhilo eyeing mo suspi
ciously. I piotcndod not to heed and
sho p.isscd on.
It was already dark when I returned to
tho asylum. I had been nbsont several
hours, in fact, whon I went to tlio doc
tor's room ostensibly to mako my uvon
lug roport, ho was beginning a rcpri-
maud when I out him short.
"1 havo mndo a discovery to day, doc
tor," 1 began.
"Ah! Tndcod?" ho roplied, n llttlo
nervously, 1 thought.
"TIiito U a young lady Imprisoned,
here," I continued "a Mim Croydon,
whom hor slupfathor finds It convenient
to rnuccnl.whllo protendlnenho is dead,"
The doctor's fnou turned livid.
' You NiHiak Insolently," ho replied,
with an effort at bravado; "I liavtj no
p.itk ills hint Mve by lawful right."
' Hut tho lady Isjvcakof isiiotlrumia."
1 The lady you iHMk of probably
thinks the same; most craiy psMpl no. '
"Will on roleiMa hor votuuUilly ami
ut once: ' I deinandod.
His answer was lUHMrlng smile.
flly reply was a signal, which
quickly fo lowed by
uy a an
assistants armed with a proper writ.
"Will you conduct those guiitlemeu to
SIIss Croydon's apartmCmt, I asked, "or
must they forco tliolr wu t"
Tlio villain qtiniled In tlio prosonco ot
tho law, and lieforn many miuutus I hold
I'mlly Bobhliijf in my arniB.
Joshua l'onthroop did not wait his
Btcp-daughtor's return, but vacated at
onco tho home to which ho had no valid
right, and In which Kmlly and I havo
dwelt ovor since our marriage. Dr.
Utility, loo, decamped to avoid itn action
for false Imprisonment, leaving an agent
to dlspo&o of his establishment.
ullliir fur Ailvortlsoniiint,
Tho 111 st thing n jouug man doosw ho makes
bis debut In tho I'nrli press Is to seek a quarrel
end u noisy dial To cross swoids with ItoUie
rt, hclmll or CaseugnaaU looked upon ns a
triumph, n prlculces nlccu of cood lurk, n
iroHitsal iidurttspiniuit It Is tlio buntlsm of
Uilood that ndmlts tho debutant Journalist Into
inu coiioriition, wiiitewusuet bis reputation If
uj,iv u,i iiiiiim itu uuwiuii, or in uujr rtuu gies
inn ii L-(Miiiiii'iii'iiieuv oi iioiouoi) inomnti
i no una mm n unci is iiioucru or llio liioiiicut
1 1 in ran t mill riiiii, lie- Is icmuiked H-, ho
li i lp lln Din. ih lUnil,, m, Ih is liiiHii In
i uls l.illir to London Dutlj Tele
Mil. COMI'TON'S FIOHT.
Mudd Claim tn Huvo nofcnlod
lllm by Olio Vote.
Considerable Interest lifts centered In tho
strugglo In tlio fifth Maryland district between
Compton, Dora., nnd Mudd,, ltep. Compton
clnlms to bnvo carried tlio district by n
plurality of thrco nnd Mudd clalnis It by ono,
In Oxen Hill nnd Wadcnsburir districts of
1'rluco Ucorgo's County tlio Judges put both
tlio tally sliLct nnd copy In tlio box. llio Ho
publlenus claim tlmt no rotums can bo mndo,
ns tlio law provides Hint tlio box shall not bo
opened, except In enso of n contest, and then
In tho prcsenco ot ono of tlio Judges of tho
Circuit Court, As both theso districts aro
largely Democratic, tlio result of not counting
tlio votes would prob ibly bo to lnsuro tho do
fcat of Mr. Compton for Congress.
Jiulgo Stone, Chief Judgo of tho Circuit
0 dirt, lias been sont (or and Is cxpectod at
Upper Marlboro' to-day to look Into tho
llotli sides nro very nnxlous about tho result,
nnd tbo accommodation train that left Haiti
inoro this morning nt 7 o'clock carried Hon.
llnrncs Compton ns far ns Uowle, whcro ho
tool: u tralu to Upper Marlboro', to sco Judgo
tilouo nnd sccuro lils permission to have tho
voto counted. Ho claimed this morning Hint
with a fair count bo would havo a small
Theso two districts nro heavily Democratic,
nnd should thoy not bo counted, Compton will
loso mnny votes. Mr. Comptou's friends hnd
coticcdod Mudd's election on Wednesday, but
Vcsterday their hopes revived, ftud llicy In
sisted that ho would pull through. Dut their
feathers fell, whon an Investigation rovealod
nn error of fifty votes In tho Ninth precinct of
tho Twcnty-llrst wurd In Baltimore. In that
precinct Mudd wns given lit! votes, whereas
tlio Judges' certificate shows Hint ho received
1T0. Tho clnlm Hint Compton was olected
caused somo llttlo excitement nt tho Itcpubll
enn headquarters, nnd steps wero tnken nt
onco to make an Investigation.
Mr. Compton bnd a largo following In
Washington, who nro watching tbo count. It
was gcucrally supposed that ho would loll tip
nn Increased majority, Instead of having such
n contest ns ho did. Department ofllclals nlso
display considerable Interest In bolinlf of Mr.
Compton, ns bo Is regarded as ono of tho most
Indclatlpablo nnd successful workers In behalf
ot his constituents. A prominent ofilclal re
marked that Mr Compton has probably se
cured moro pationago In tho Departments at
Wnshlngton than nuy other Member of tho
House, mid It Is surprising that his con
stituents do not seem to nppreclato Ills faith
AX INDIAN UNIVEUSITY.
ills Froposod to l!stubIlshUti In IVnsli
lligton Cnstlne $3,000,000.
Col. Jacques, a wealthy Phlladcl
phiun, living In London, has oll'crcd to
give ono million dollars townid tho
e.stnblislimcnt of a university In Wnsh
ingUm for the education of tho Indians,
on condition that two millions moro arc
litiscd. Tho matter was laid bofoio tho
New York Acndcmy of Antlncpology last
Monday night. Viroqua, Princess of tho
Mohawlts and ruler of what icmanis of
tlio Six Nations, who was present, wns
asked by President Mann to address the
association. She talked mot cntcitiiin
Ingly of tho pabt and ftttuio ot her race.
Sho firmly believes that thcro is no
bnlvntlon for the red man except in edu
cation, nnd her present trip to New
Yotk is with tlio hope, by raising suf
ficient money, to fcund a university in
Wnshlngton, where, ns she says, " my
pcoplo can bo surrounded hy tho best
To accomplish her purpose the Piiu
ccss estimates that 53,000,000 will ho
needed. One-third ot that amo.mt lias
already been promised her liy a Col.
Jacques. Tho tlmiis or the embryo uni
versity arc to bo held by Indian Profes
sors. Ylroqun, or tho " Tlowcr of tho Mo
hawks," trntcs her descent through sev
cial centuries' and lins devoted her llfo
nnd fortuno to tho education of her peo
ple. Of tho si gicat tribes theio now
icninlu but some 11,4 00 members, who nio
conllned to tbo Urnml Jtlver ileservnuon
in Canada. Tho Princess hns a brother,
Oroiiliyntekhn, or " Uarnliig Sky," Vtiio
wiis educated in England under tlio
supervision of tho Prince of Wales.
The Princess is quito confident of suc
cess In tho nttnlnment ol her object, nnd
Is going to lecture on tho subject iu
various parts ot tho countiy.
A SrUlLEI) IiOPl'MKNT.
Xbo Trlumpliant Tnrent llonrH )U tbo
llrlile, Hut tlio ISiiiI is Not Yet.
Tlicro Is troublo nmoug tho coloied folks
down In tlio Tvv cnty-clghth district, A young
buck fell In lovo with a damsel nnd asked per
mission to marry her, but wns given tho cold
shoulder by tbo girl's father, Nothing dauntod,
ho mndo arrangements to run away with her,
but before tho knot could ho tied tho old man
nppenred upon tho sccno with a shot-gun nnd
(lushed tho wholo cover, bride, bridegroom,
C arson, attendants nnd nil. Ho then took tbo
rfde-to-bo homo nnd tied her up In his cabin,
nftcr which ho londcd his shot-gun with buck
shot nnd barred tho door, nnd swears ho will
break up that picnic nt any cost. At last ac
count tho would-bo Benedict had gono off to
summon a posscrof bis friends to assist lllm in
whaling tho old man Into submission nnd 10
carry tlio clil oft by force. It Is likely that
somebody will bo hurt whon tho cnstlo is
stormod. Amcrlcus, On., Republican.
Astnr'H ISxiiouslvo Yacht,
Within n stone's throw of a South Hrooklyn
pier recently wcro'flftcen yncbts, sloops nud
schooncrB, llttlo nnd big. Thoy represented
$1,000,000 of capital. Tho highest priced was
Mr. Astor's big 373 feet long stoam yacht
Nourmahnl, which lay looming up llko an
oecnn 6toamcr. Tho Nourmahnl cost $300,
()00, nnd Mr. William Astor, lior owner, uses
her for about three mouths in the year; tho
other nlno months sho lies Idle. Tlio cx
penso of running this leviathan toy Is $0,000
per month. 11 tho necessary expeuso Is
meant llio cost of fuel nnd tho wages and
keep of her crow. What Mr. Astor spends In
entertainments, etc., on board, ot courso no
body know s but lilmnclf. 1 ho expense thcro
foroof keeping tho Nourmahnl for a jtar,
outsldaof hcrawncr'H personal expenditures,
1st Interest on money Invested, $18,000; ct
peosos for time sho Is In commission, $16,000;
ropalrt, etc., each spring, about $5,000; total,
$11,000. rrom theso figures It would bo easy
to wtlmato bow much tlio yacht would tost to
kp should sho bo In commission tho J ear
round. About $1(10,000 a year would Just
uliout cover It. r.vou Mr, Astor with all Ids
wualtli could scarcely afford this, and so tlio
Kuuriiialial lins Idle most of tho time
Hlrrllnir Ailvlco to u l'net.
Kep jour hair cut.
Don't write pemtry tinlojs jou nro forced to
do so. either by hunger or by tho enthusiasm
of your muse.
Do not lie cast down becattso you rccclvo
) SO uwUad of fSKO for jour first effort.
If poMlhlo avoid rbvmlng "cas.tnct" with
"piano-fort," "frollo' with "cow-lick," or
"ingani" with "Tlppcrnry,"
Never desplto work (hat comes your way
unsolicited. Writing ndvertltcmcnts Is n
profitable vocation; thoy aiosuro to bo print
oil, and ato much moro popular with tho
masses than ode, snnuots'or trench forms.
It Is ; bnd plan to copy ono of llyron's
shorter poems and sljrn jour own namo to It.
If you have thieo sections to jour name,
connect tho Inst two by means of nlijpiien,
and cast tho first to tho winds If jou wish to;
but do not try to gain admission to tho Au
thors' Club on tho etiougtn of this proceeding
Why Wu I.iivo Our l.'naniios,
Mr. J. l'.irkcr-'l hero nro Trlmblo-Huvvklns
and his wife, Thuy aro e. handsomo couple,
Miss Charity Hall Oil yes, thoy ato quito
distinguished looking; butdojou know thoy
say ut homo they quarrel scandalously; and,
lieslilov that, Mrs. 'Irlmblo-IIawklns absolutely
mclects every liousahobl duty, and her
children aro n perfect dltgracol
.Mr J. I'arUer Ob, von know licr then?
Miss Chnrlty Hall Yoi, Indeed; 1 urn hor
best friend! -(I'uck.
"Alilomey llnlry Wngous."
Kiesh Aldiriiej butter, thuineil ovorj uinrn
Iiil.' iiml ililluicd In ', Hi "Wiinr'nrliiK lOe
pel lb Ainu lotlngu eliecso, buttilinlllc nnd
! bWeelmlll.10c pei qt, Cuvuu ljc pur ut
CAUSES OF lll'.l'i'.AT.
What tbo Cnblnot Hiiy About llio Itoimbtl
Tho election of Harrison Is conceded by tho
President and his Cnblnct, says tho Hnlllmoro
Sun. Ibis conclusion wns Informnlly reached
jeaterdny, when tho President and bis advisers
assembled around tho Cnblnot board for tho
first tlmo slnco election dny. Sccrctnrlcs
llayard, Fnlrcblld. Whitney, Endlcott nnd At-tornoy-dcnornl
Gnrlnnd vero present, l'ost-mastcr-Ocncrnl
Dickinson nnd Secretary vllns
wcru tho absentees. As thcro vvas no ofilclal
busluess laid before tho meeting, sovcrnl hours
wero passed In discussing tho political situa
tion from bast, present nnd future standpoints,
Knch goi tlcman present had n different Idea ns
to what was tho cause of tho ovorthrownl of
tho Democratic party. Secretary I'nhchlld
said It was Incomprehensible to blm.
Various lonsons sugecstod themselves to
blm, but other considerations Immcdlntcly In
tervened, lonvlng tho subject still enveloped
In a cloud of mjstery. Ho, ns well ns his col
leagues, nru convinced that the llcpublloans
wero provided with an enormous campaign
fuud, tho bulk of which wns not expended
until tho Inst hours of tho canvass. No ono
present wns prepared to admit Hint tho tariff
question hail occasioned tho troublo, nnd It
,wns pointed out Hint New Jersey nnd Con
necticut, both manufacturing States, had sup
ported tho tariff roform Issue. Iho mnnngo
ment of tho campaign wns reviewed, nnd
while It was gcuerauy commended, sovcinl
Instances were tiled to show Hint serious mis
takes had been made, 'llioro wns no attempt
to throw tho binmo or tho responsibility upon
Individual shoulders, nnd nil admitted that
mouoy wns tho most Importnnt factor In tho
Attornoy-acnornl Garland, as n representa
tive Southern man, tnkes a very serious view
of llio situation. Ho would regret to 6co n
restoration of tho obuoxlous "carpet bag"
government In tho Southern Stntcs. Sccro
tnry Unynrd nnd othors expressed their opin
ion on tho subject, nud ono bv ono tho mem
bers of tho cnblnct left tho Wblto Houso nud
roturucd lo their respective departments.
Tho President vlowed tho situation with
moro calmness nnd resignation than nuy of
bis ndvlsers, nud looked at It from n prnctlcal
and common sonio standpoint. Ha did not
enter Into details ns lo why tho Democrats
fulled to carry New York, but simply said
that It was a contest between two great parties
battling for supremacy on certain wcll-dcfiucd
principles, 'llio ltcpubllcnns won nnd.-tho
Democrats lost; that Is nil thcro Is to It. Ho
Informod his nssoclntcs thnt ho proposed to
tnko a dny off to-morrow nnd go gunning, It
the wiiathcr permitted, thus showing thcro Is
no fenr of his becoming despondent over tho
FOUK MOM STATES.
Ono or tho rirst l'lcces or legislation
thnt irlll ho Attempted.
Chairman Cooper, of tho Pennsylvania ltc
publlcnn Stnto Committee, In nn lutervlow,
nftcr praising Chairman Quay's wisdom In
concentrating his nttoutlon upon Now York,
Bald; uTlio next Sonato will contain ft ltcpub
llcnn majority of nt least five, nnd tho Lqwcr
Houso of Congress of nt least fifteen, sufil
ciently stioug, with Harrison In tho Presiden
tial chair, to admit all tho Torrltotlos having a
requisite population almost Immediately Into
tho Union, llio Immediate effect of this will
bo to ndd eight Republican United Stntes
Senators nnd seven Members of Congress to
tho Hcpubllcan forces In tho National Legisla
ture. Iho far-reaching effect will bo to pre
vent tn tho future nny scctlonul controversy
cither as to our Industries or political senti
ments. If tho Hopubllcan party docs not tako
tho opportunity to do this thing It will bavo
vieldedtlio fruits ot IU gi eat victory. Tho
llmo has como for tho reign of practical
thought and tho dismissal of maudlin political
sentiment, which but weakens everything It
touchos. Tho nation ought to pass from Its
era of hypocrisy to ono of open, practical
CAl'hlSIiE ALL IUGIIT.
Ho Shows tlio Almirdlty of Bonis Xtoccnt
Cincinnati, Nov. 0. llcferlng to tbo pub
lished rumor that a largo number ot votes cast
for Spcakor Carllslo would bo thrown out on
account of eomo Irregularity In the form of tlio
tickets used, Mr. Carllslo sass: "It Is absurd.
I could havo my tickets printed on diamond,
triangular or round pieces of paper It I so de
sired. You could go and voto on nn open
ballot nnd It could not bo thrown out. I
havo that portion of tho law in my pocket and
will read it to you: 'All ballots shall bo
printed or written on plain wblto paper, nnd
shall bavo on them tho unmo of tho person
voted for, nud shall havo no other distinguish
ing mark on them, nnd each ballot shall bo
folded ns not to show any part ot tho namO
written or printed on It.' I bavo no fear;
thcro Is nothing Iu tho rumor," concluded tbo
Married In tier I'nthor'n Soaks,
A good stoiy Is gradually leaking out in
Bath socloty circles at tbo expense of a well
known Bath lady, who has very recently mar
ried. Iho ceremony occurred In n church, aud
tho bride, that sho might not soil her slippers
nor catch cold, draw on a pair of her father's
vvhlto hoso bctoro leaving tho houso. Arriving
nt tho church, In tho oxcltement peculiar to
novices on such occasions, tho brldo forcot
nbout tho socks In which hor feet nud sll;i
pcis wero Incased, nnd walked to tho front of
tho church entirely oblivious of her forgetful
ncss. Howover, all went well until tho pair
knelt nt tho chancel. Hero It wns that tho
keen eves of tbo audlenco got In their work,
nnd tlicro wero n few, nmong others, who
laughlncly espied thoso wblto socks In closo
proximity to tho shiny soles of tho now boots
of tho groom, and these thought tho Joke too
rich to ltccp, and so tho society pcoplo of tho
town nro quicuy smiling in pnv
cldcnt. Portland Argus.
A Curious Thlbotnn Itluskot.
A curious Thlbotan musket or matchlock
lias found its way from Sikklm, wbero it was
picked up after a battle, to Calcutta. It Is
described in tlio Indian papers as of primitive
design, although comparatively now. It Is a
emooth-boia muxzlo loader, mounted on a
long, narrow stock. Tho barrel Is fitted with
a doublu-prongcd rest, tho points nt which aro
shaiply Biiod, so that tho rest Itself may cither
bo placed firmly In tho ground or used, if
necessary, as n bajouet, Tho contrivance Is
Ingenious, nnd tho weapon Is not altogether to
bo despised. Attached to It Is n belt, on which
nrostiungslx hollow wooden plugs for pow
der chaigcs, and a small lioiu for priming
powder. 'Iho workmanship of tho wholo Is
very rough, and thcro Is scarcely any attempt
The Old Doctors
Drow blood, modern doctors cloauso It ;
heut'Q tho ineroased domnud for Altorn
tlvcs. It Is now woll known that most
dlsonses nro duo, not to ovcr-abundanco,
but to Impurity, of tlio Illood ; nnd it
Is equally well attested that no blood
medicine Is to olllcacious as Acer's
" Ono of my children had a largo soro
break out on tho leg. Wo applied
slmplo remedies, for a while, thinking
tlio soro would shortly hoal. Hut It grow
worso. Wo sought inoillcal advice, and
wero told that au alterative modleliio
was nocessary. Ayor's fiarsaparilla
nhovo all others, wo used It with mar
velous results. Tlio soio honied and
health ami strength rapidly roturnod."
J. J. Armstrong, Weliunr, Texas.
" I find Ayor's Sars.qmrllla to bo an
admlrnblo remedy for tho cure ot blood
dlsonses. I proscribe it, nnd It does tho
work ovory tlmn."-l". I" I'or, M. V
"AVo havo Bold Aer'a Sarsaparllla
hero for ovor thirty ears and alwajs
rocoinnumd it when nikt'd to namo tho
host blopd-puilllor," -V. T. McLean,
Druggist, Augusta, Ohio
" Ayor's medlchios conllnuo to bo tho
standaid roiuetllos la spite of all coin
petition." T. YV, Kiehmond, Hear
Dr. J. O. Ayor & Co., Lowoll, Mass.
l'rlco tl; six bottles, f!. Worth 4 lottlo.
CIIKSAl'CAKK UCK 1)0(13.
I'ccullar llrrnd of ottor-Colored Animal
Down In Maryland.
I.lko tho Newfoundland, s.iys Forest and
Stieam, tho Chesapeake Hay dog Is still to bo
found with tho samo capacity and aptltudo
for his calling- Iu sovernt strains, sizes, coats
und colors long halrod, short haired nnd
curly coated; red, brown or jollow, oredgo
grass In color. Having gunned on ono of tho
choicest shores of tho Gunpowder lllvcr for
moro than twenty yoars.nnd consequently out
lived many early prejudices, I can s i.v that by
far tho most satisfactory dog for tlio I run
sportsman Is tho mcdlum-slzod "otter-coated,"
dead grnis color, tho shnrto of your shooting
suit. This settles tho question of color nd
Vantngo. Ihoy do not enrry dead wntcr to shako over
JoiilIKo nny long-bnlrod nnlmnl, and coiuo
qucntly suffer less from cold themselves, hav
ing a lino fur next tho hide Thoy are power
ful, fast swimmers, with scent equal to nny
dog of tho best breed. Iho lnrgo do' tires
quicker, Is hnrd to kocp out of slcht, and, of
course, Is In Iho way nbout tho blind llio
endurance, of theso dogs ns n breed aud their
Intelligence, for their business Is nlmoit bo
jondbcllof. Hut thoy nro unsatisfactory for
nny other purpose; thoy know duck duck;
ami nothing else
MEN OF MILLIONS.
Tho Itlch Man ot tho World nnd What
Thoy Aro Worth.
From statistics Just published, dealing with
tho richest men living, wo learn there aro about
700 with over a million sterling, ot whom 800
rcsldo In England, 100 In the United States, 100
hi Germany and Austria, T5 In Prance, CO In
itussla, CO In India, nnd 125 In other countries.
Tho richest among thoso millionaires nro tho
following: Jny Gould, the Amoilcnu railway
king, worth jlTij.OOOjOOO, annual Income,
2,000,000; Jlnekny, 50,000.000, 2,500,000;
llothschlld (England), 10,000,000. 2,000,000,
Vaudcrbllt, 25,000,000, 1,250.000: J. H.
Jones (United Mates), 20,000.000, 1,000,000;
Duko ot Westminster, 10,000,000, 800,000;
.). J. Astor (United States), 10,000,000, 500,
000; W. Stow art (United States), 8,000,000,
400,000; J. O. ilcunott (United States),
0,000,000, :i00,000; Duko of Sutherland,
0,000,000, 300,000; Duke of Northumber
land, 5,000,000, 250,000; Marquis of Bute,
-1,000,000, nununl income 200,000.
t Emperor William's Digs nt 1'rnnro.
A now development Is reported concerning
tho engagement between Princess Margucilto
doChnrtresnnd Prlnco George, tlio second
son of tho King of Grcceo, an engagement
thnt was at ono tlmo authoritatively an
nounced nnd v as afterward officially denied.
It appears that negotiation for tho botrothal
bad begun favorably, when tho Kmneror of
Germauy interposed, nud used his nil-powerful
lufiucnco to break off tho match. It
would not do for ono of bis sisters to havo a
French princess for n sistcr-ln-lnw, nnd ns
tho Duko of Spnrta Is to marry tho Princess
Sophia of Prussia, Prlnco Goorgo must seek
for a wlfo clsow hero than among tho daugh
ters of the detested nation, From a Iferlln
Trogrcss In Yellow Tovor Treat mo lit.
Tho percentage ot deaths frora jellow fovcr
at Jncksonvlllo so fnr this scison has been
only nbout 81 per cent. Thll, howover, In
cludes now cases which bavo not jet termi
nated, so thnt 10 per cent, vlll perhaps bo
nearer tho nctual average, bit thnt rate Is
rather below than abovo a fair estimate. This
shows wonderful progress In tho treatment of
this dlscaso since It first camo under tho
notlco of tho medical profession of tho South
ern States. Twenty-llvo or thirty jcars ago
tho deaths wero equal to not less than one
third of tho total number of cases, nud some
times runup to one-half. 1 his was In tho
da) sot "heiolc" medicine, when tho fevcrwns
fought with quinine and other nctlvo agencies,
but now "tho mild power cures," aud tbo
death rate Is correspondingly lowered. Wnco
Our Itcndy-nindo ClothhiK
Absolutely tailor mndo. Seo our iYldo Wale
Cont nnd Vest nt $13.50.
Iceman Buos., Ttb nnd H,
Mnnufacturluc Clothiers nnjVTatlors.
Owing to the lateness of the season
and being compelled to make room for
our fall goods, now arriving, we have
concluded to close out our line of Car
riages at the following prices:
$18 Carriages, Upholstered
in Plash, $12
" . 20
22 " "
535, $i0 and Si5 Camas
ft iS it $25
Those who have seen our Carriages
will appreciate the above figures. These
arc all the celebrated "H
with Adjustable Parasols
Opened and now In stock the most
complete lino or Carpettngs in the city,
embracing Ingrain, Tapestry, Body
Brussels, Moquette3, Wilton, etc., at
prices given AS LOW AS ANY IN
Our Furniture Department now com
plete with a large assortment of Parlor,
Bed-room and Dining-room Sulten, and
a miscellaneous stock uncqualeil in the
We have made a sweeping reduction
in the prices of our Lace Curtains and
Portieres to make room for our new
fall goods. ' (
i ui iiiLLlniiiui
Fashionable Furniture, Carpets, Drapery
ANII Ul'lIOi-.N'mty uoollS,
an.aio.au r.MK.TU sxunn,
UU!1 AMI (ISO MIUIMAS V AM'.,
UJJ.ua I ANbOJOriSTItEhC
wan R H nn:
talk of our Cus
enough in that dept.
to make a talk over.
An almost incredi
bie number of styles
of goods, including
the choicest novel
ties of foreign man
ufacturers. The deep sea rolls
beteen some of them
and any like them.
Stop in on your
way down town or
going home to-day
and order your Fall
909 Penna. Ave.
H. D. BHRR,
Importor and Tailor.
Fall and Winter Goods,
All of tho Latent Movcltlos.
E1WLISH, FRENCH AND SCOTCH SDITINGS,
ETC. JUST ARRIVED.
Mil. BAItK personally fits all frnrmonts mndo
In our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
Our Ktock of Wldo Walo Diagonals Is com
rleto DlackB, IlluoJ, Browns nod Gray. Wo
roako theso InScutawnr suit, flat braided, for
SU50. Theso nrocenulno lingllsh Worsteds.
Correct styles nnd perfect lit guaranteed.
HARBAN & BENNETT,
1'ltO ITofoo- "STox-lc .A.-17-e.
BEST IS BEST
Thro' the World.
OUR FALI., OPENING OF
Shirts to Measure
Cannot Be Excelled.
Cor. i 5th and G Sts
EDWARD F. DROOP,
025 I'KSNA. AYK.MJE.
Call and examine tho luruu stock of
Onblcr Jlro., A. II. Chnso, Marshall & Wen
dull, Wheoloek, Dookor A Bon, llrlgtfi, Clrov u
sleuu & 1' ullur nnd other
I'lanos sold on Installments, Kxohanijod,
Itoutcd, Itenalred, Tunod, Moved and Htorud.
Sheet Muslo, fortUn and domestic; Musical
mdsu., utu.. oonsUntly on hand, llanjo, (lultar,
Mandolin, Violin und C'ollo .String u epoolalty.
Grand, Upright and Squaro
SKOONI) HAND J'lANOS. n fluu awortment
of prominent jriukoiiu all prioos.
pianos you mznv
"WM. KNA13E & CO.,
Bi7 ftfauet Space.
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
JhubU Ti art . Splendid Scenery.
died Hails. Magnificent Equipment.
In rrrrrr Novtunrn 1, 18S9.
Trnlns loavo Washington, from station corner of
Blxth nnd II stroots, ns follows:
Foil I'lTTsnuiiri nnd tho Wost. Clilowjo Limited
jlallr; I an I. no, 0 80 n m dally to cinoliinall and
?4iftS.lVl,Its oot'lnirCars from 1'ittsbnrir to
lSnuat nnit "hrrl'b'irR tost Ixmljj dally,
Ai?,0,LH',.lur,i?lf' ,0 t'hlcaaro.vvlthSlcepimr car
ni,?i.to H0".0' .WcttcrnKxprcM nt 7.J0
W,?- .ly wltli,Iconlnif Can Washlnittnn o
iiSiSfJl-naiii8ii I'0UL"! eonnoctliw dnlly nt
in,f rfi wltli thtpiiirh Hlcepom for Loulsrllla
SiJ-Si1.' i.!K nna tho "',9t' wit'' hrouli
SIcopertolltlsbiir(t,nnd IMttsljuru to Chicago.
iMLTIMOftn AND POTOMAO HAILIIOAT).
fnJtii,.lr,,.,ilJ,(,,.n"n',lllua ft,1(l Hotbcstor dally;
!"rrJ,ll5ll'nnd NlaKnrn dally, oxe.-pt Snturdny
Hncliestcr.' "'"' 8lt'Pll Cnr Wnslilngtoo to
n rW,,,',!""roml Iok Harcn nnd Elmlra at
VM a in daily, except Hutiday.
IoiiNmv Yoiik nnd thoKast,7S0, O.Oil, 11.00
ami 11.40 a m, S 00, 1 in, jo oo nnd II. so p in. On
''"dny, oi", 11.40 a m, a no, no 10 00 and
11 son m. Limited Kprcsi of Pullman Parlor
Can, o.lp rt rn, dnlly except Bundny, and 3. 15 pra
dnlly, with dining cnr.
KonBosToif, without chamro, 200 p m orcry
l'on IlnoofarN, N. V., nil throutfh trains con
nect nt .lersov city with bonts of I)rnnkln
AUnot, nTordlng direct trnnsfor to Fulton
street, nroldlns douhlo fcrrlaio across Now
l'on PittUDKLriKi. 7.50, 0 00, 11 00 and 11.40
..., .a., i.tv. uj, juiHiiiim u.iiim un nun
day.nm.n warn, 200, 1.10, 0(, 10.00 and 11.20
i,n T mii.,1 u... ' ..11 "...1. a ia
,. ... -.., Vi, r.Atiruss, uii parlor cnri, u.su H 10
week-dnys nud .4V p m ilnlly, with dlnlnir car.
IVon llALTluoiie, oav.7.SO, 900, 0 40. 0.M, 11.00
and 11.40am, lim,s m, 3.4V, 4.10, 4 SO, 4 40, 000,
7.W, 10 00 and 11.20 pm. On Bnndny, 9 00, 9.05,
JDO. 11,40 am, 2 00, 3.4V, 4.10, 0.00, 7.10, 10.00 nnd
Ton Pom's Ciicek Lin, 7.20 a m and 4.10 p ra
dnlly, except Sundny.
Poii AnnaI'Oms, 7.20 nnd 0 00 n m, 12.01, 4.40
pm dnlly, except Sunday. .Sundays, 9.00 a m,
4..0 ti m.
ALUXANDItIA AND PIinDRntCKSIlUUO
KAIMVAY ANI) AI.EVANDItIA AND
, Fon AtrxANimiA, B 00, 0 3.V, fl.40. 9 IV, 10 57 a tn,
l-'OI noon, 2 03.4.83, 0.00, 5.M, 0 03,8.05, 10.05
and II 87 i m. On Sunday nt 0 00, 0 11, 10.37 a
m, 2.30, 6.03, S 05 and 10 01 p in.
Accommodation for Qunnlleo, 5 00 p in week
Poii Richmond nnd tho South, 0 00,10.57 a m
dally and 0 03 p m dally, except Hunday.
Tiiains leavo Alexandria for Washington,
0 03,7.03,8 00.9.10, 10.13, 11.07 a in, 1.20,3 00.3 2.),
B.10. 7.03, 0.52, 10.43 nnd 11.05 p m. On Sunday
at 9.10 nnd 11 07 am, 2 00, 5.10, 7.03, 0.3i and
10 12 p tn.
Tickets and Information nt tho office, north
east corner ot 13th street and Pennsylvania
avenue, and nt tho station, whero ordtr-i can bo
Itlt for tlio checking of lmggago to destination
from hotels nud residences.
CHA8. e. ruaii,
J It. WOOD,
(Jen. Puss. Agent.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Schcdulo In effect NOV. 1, 1589.
Lcavo W nslilngton from station corner oi Now
,. Von. CniCAoo and Northwost, Vostlhulod I.lm
ItcU l.xpross dally 10.53 a to, oxpross 9.15 p m.
Kon Cincinnati nnd St. Louis, oxpress dally
3.00 and 9 43 p.m.
l'on PiTTKiiuuo and Ciovelatul, Vestlhulod
Limited express dally 10 5.1 a m and oxpress 0.15
FonLEMNOTONand Local Stations, 10 10 a m.
Ton Philadelphia, Novvnrk nd Wilmington,
i.d0 n in, 2 03 and 0 25 p m dally, express,
Fon iNTEniiEniATB points botwcon llaltlmoro
and Philadelphia, t3.00 a m nnd t3 13 p in.
Ton SiNUEKLr and Intermodlato points, 57.30 a
m, 4 30 pm.
Fon IlALTIVonE, B.00, 6 30, 0 40, 7.30. 8 30, D.43.
1100(43 mlnutotraln) a m, 12.10, 2 01. 3.13 (43
mlnuto train) 3 30. 4'JO, 4.S5 22.214.171.124.0.11. 811
aud 10.30 n. m. Sundays. 0.S0. 7.T0 8.30. 9 43
am. 1.15, 203, 3 30, 4 30, 4.33, 6.23, 0.13,8 33 and
Fon ANNArons, 0.40 and 80 a m. 12.10 and
4.ai p m. On Sundays. 8.30 a m, 4 33 pin. Lcavu
Annapolis, 0.40. 8 17 a in, 12 05, 4.10 p. m. Sun
days, 8 87 a m, 4.10 p m.
Fon Wat Stations between Washington and
Ilaltlmore. B 00, 0.40, 8 80 n m, 12 10, 3 80, 4 15,
0.15 pm. On Sundays, B.") a in, 1.15, 3,i0, 4.33,
Ton Stations on. tho Metropolian Ilraneh,
tn.ssntn, SMlpm for prlutlpal stations only;
'10.10 a iu, tWJ, t5 30 and t0.43 p m.
, Foil OAiTiirnsnuno nnd Intermodlato points,
tO 00 a in, tB0, 1 40, '3X, tll.20 p in.
Fon IIotd's and Intermodlato stntlons, t7.00 p
Cliunrlf train Inarft. Wnslilnfitnn nn Snndnv
only at 1.15 p in, stopping nt all stations on
Ton FiiEDEnicrc, tlO 10 a m, tJ.00, t4.33, t5 30 p
m. Sundays, 1.15 pm.
Ton IlAaEnsTowN, tlO.10 a m and tB 30 p m.
Thains urrlio from Lhlcngo dally 7.20 a m nnd
B.13 p mj from Cincinnati nnd St. Louis dally
o 20 a in und 1.55 p in; from Pittsburg dally 7.20
a m, 6.15 p m.
Pnojr Philadelphia, Chester and Wilmington
2 50, 7.10 and V 05 p in dally and tl0.45 n m.
PuoM biioEitLr aud Intermodlato wilnts north
ot llaltlmoro, 10 00 a m dally, and 12.15 a in Sun
Thains I.wave Dnltlmore for Washington at
0.20. 0.JO. 7.23. 000.9 03. 10.00 (13 mlnulo train),
11 00 (45 mlnuto train) an. 12.15, 2.00. 3 00. 4.10,
6 no, 0 00, 0.30, 8.11.8 SOand 11.00pm. On Sundays,
0.30,9 00,9 05,10 00 n m, 1.13, 2 00,4.10, 5.00,0 30,
8,11, 8 TO nud ll.OU p in,
tExcept Hunday, Dally. SSunday only.
llacgugo called for and cheokod nt hotols nnd
residences on orders loft at tlckot olllccs, (tit)
und 1351 l'cnnn. nveuuo.
W. M. CLKMKNT8. CIIA3. O. SCllLL,
(len. Manarer. OenPass. Ag't.
Piedmont Air Lino
Schedule in Eiteot Auoost 12, 1B")8.
8-30 a u East Tennosseo Mall, dally for
Warrenton, aordoiisvlllo.Charlottesvlllo, Lynch
hurg, and stations between Aloxnndila nnd
LiTichburg, Itnntionko, llrlstol, Knoxvlllo.ltnmo,
Cnlera, Montgouiery and Nnw Orleans, Pull
man Sleeper Washington to Now Orleans.
11:21 a m Past Mall Dally for Wairentou,
Charlottesville, (iordousvlllo, stations Chosa
pcnfco and OhloItouto.Lynchbiirg.ltotkyJIount,
Dauvlllouud stations botween Lvnohburcund
bla, Augusta, Atlanta, lllrmlngliam, Muntgom
ory, Now Orleans, 'lovas and Cnllfornla. Pull
man Sleopei New York to Montgomery, In con
nection with Pullman Sleepers Montgomery to
Now Orleans, and Mann lloudolr bloopers for
lllrmlngliam, Vlcksourg and Shroveport. Pull
man Slooper Dauv lllulo Columbia and Augusta.
Solid trains Washington to Atlanta. Does not
connect for C. and O, routo points Sundays.
2.30 v m daily, oxooiit Simday, for Manassas,
Strasburg, Luray, and Intormedlato stations.
Conueots at ltlvcrton for Luray, arriving 9.2J
D.UO v M. WEsiniN EtniEss dally for Warroa
ton, Gonlousvlllo, I'hariottesvlllo, Ixiulsvillo,
Cincinnati, und summer resorts on and noar lino
of Chcsapeako and Ohio routo. Pullman Sleop
ei a and solid trains Washington to Loulsvlllu;
nl for Lynuhburg, llrittol, Lliattauoogo, Mum
phis, Llttlo Hook and all Soiithwustoru points.
Through Pullman Sleepers Washington to Mom-
his without change
Urn, HotmiKim txritcss aally for Lynoh
burg, lWnvlllu, ltalolgli. ABhbvlllo, Charfotto,
Columbia, Atkon, Augusta, Atlanta, Montgom
ery, Now Orloans. Texas and Caltfornlu. Pull
man Vestibule blceuor Washington to Nw
Orleans via Atlanta and Mon'gomory Pull
mini sleopor Washington to Augusta, Ua ( with
Tiiains on Wasuinoton and Ohio Divimon
leavo Washington I) 00 a ra, dally except suik
day, and -tils l in, dally; arrlvo Hound lllll
11:18a m and7 "21 p m. lieturulng, loavo Hound
lllll IS 50 u in. dally, and 1,20 11 in, dally exoopt
Sunday, arriving Washington 8 ao a m and U.S5
TnnouariTiiiiNS from tho South, vln Clmrlotto,
Danvllloand Ljiu hburg, urrlv e In Wasiilngtoa
7.00 a in and v.lfi P m: via Kast Tennossoo,
llrlstol uud Lyiiohburg ntll'.lil am uud 11.10 p
mi via Cnesapeaku ami Ohio routo and
Charlottsv llio at n 1(1 P m aud 7.00 a m. Stras
burs local at 17 am.
Tickets, sleeping carrosorvntlon and Informa
tion furnished, nnd baxgago oheokod at ollloo,
lttiio Pennsylvatla avenuo, and nt Passenger
Station, Penusylvanla ltallroad, Sixth and 11
Stre0t8JAMES L. TAYLOll Oon. Pass. Agent,
Chosapoako and Ohio Routo.
Schedule In offoct SEPT. 10, 1888.
Trains leavo Union Depot, Sixth and D stroets.
10 57 a.m. Fon New i out News, Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk, dallyoxcept Suuduy, Ar
rlvo in Norfolk7 p. in.
ll'tu in. Fon stations on tho Chosapeako
ando'hlo In Virginia Wot Virginia and Ken
tucky, dally except Sunday, bleeping oars CHI
ton Forgo to Lexington, Ky.
5JO p. m -Fast , Westeiin Kxviiem dally.
Solid train, with Pullman JlulTet Sleeping cars
to Louisville; Pullman sirvlcoto Cincinnati, St.
Louis, Memphis and Now Orloims.
oniee. Sill Peuusylvunla avenuo
' II. W 1'1'l.LKII,
(len. Pass. Agent,
ecDiroo nvpo Aro tho iiK-yr.
I bbllhGUU UUO UOLUII
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
Bright's Dlsoaso of tho Kldnoys, Dls
oasos of tho lTorvous Systom, tlio Urio
Aoirt Diatliosia, Oout, Bhoumatio
Gout, Elionmatism, Eenal Oaloull
and Stouo in tho Bladder, Disoasos of
Women, Dyspopslas, Elo., JGto,
W. S. THOMPSON,
703 Fifteenth St.,
AGCNT POlt THE DISTniCT OP COLUMDfA.
OVElt A JIlTT.IO.t IlISTIUllUTEn.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated by tho "LTglsIaturo In lSfW.for
Rdurntloiinl and Charitable purposes, nud Iti
irn'iclilso mndo n part of tho present Stnto Con
ktltutlon. In 1S70, by nn ovcrwholmlng popular
Its Grand Extraordinary Drawings tako pUco
semi ftiinnally (Juno and December), and Its
Grand Hlnglo Number Drawings tako plaoo on
each of tho other ton months In the j oar, and
aro nil drawn In puhllo, at the Academy of
Music. Now Orlouns, La.
"IPs itohtteby ceillu that mumnW the ar
mngement) for nil tlm Monthly ami Ntim-anmial
Drnwlnni or the Louulana State. LMmj Commny,
and l iitrtoa manam ami contiotthe Branlnnt
themuhe,and thai the tame an eomlucleil with
hpnttty, mines ami tn good faith toward alt mr
llet, and iceattthoi he lh Commnu to M Mil cei .
tUeate. with fac timUei of our nanatmu af
ached, tn Ittadcertliem'nli."
G. T. Beauregard,
Wo, tho undersigned Danks and Hankers, wl
Pay all prl?os drawn In tho Louisiana btato Lot
teries, which may bo presented at ourcouators.
II. M. WAL5ISLEY, Pros. La. Nat. Hank.
P. LANAUX, Pros. Stato Nat. Hank.
A.HALDWIN.Pros. N. O. Nit, Bitik
CAUL KOIIH, Pros. Union Nat. Dank.
Grand Monthly Drawing, nt tho Academy
of Muslo, New Orloans, TUliSDAY, Novcmbor
CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000
100,000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars eaohj
Halves, $10; Quartors, fi; Teuths,
t'J: Twentieths, St.
LIST OP P1HZ15S.
lPmzn op 8:ii)o,(ioi) is j30o,ooo
ll'ltl,UOP lOOOUOIs 100.001)
1 pi(i5i:op no.ooois 50,000
1P1IIZKOP !2.WIIIs U,-.,(XK)
UJ'ltlZESOP 10,00(1 are, 20,000
nPItlSKSOP 5,000 nre. 25,X)oo
25 PHIZES OP 1,000 aro 25,(K)0
looi'iiizusop 500 nro no.ooo
200Pitizi:soi' ;ioo nre 00,000
600PI1IZK8OP 200 nro Kiolooo
looprliesof $S(M) aro 160,000
300 do i)oonro..( 00,000
IOO do 200 nro 20,000
oppPrUeiot 8100 nre 00,000
yo;1 do 100 nro 00,000
3,131 Prlies, nmountlng to $1,051,800
rfoy.'?inl'r,C0.ts ""?!" Capital I'rlzes are
not untitled tn tormlnal Prizes.
t"Poii CLun ItATrs, or nnylnrthcr Informa
tion desired, wrlto Imrihlv t,i rim iitiiiH.,i.n..i
clearly stntlng your residence, with State,
County, Streot and number. Moro rapid return
ma I delivery will lio assured by your enclosing
an Unrelopo bearing your full address.
Send Postal Notes. Uxpross Mouoy Orders, of
Now York Exchauge In oidlnnry loiter. Cur
rency by Express (at our euponsei addrossed
ui. a. luiiniin,
Nuw Orloans, La.
Address Itcglstcrod Letters to
W ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
Now Orleans, La.
RFMFMRFI?7iliat tl10 Prnc8 of OeiieraU
ULlllLItlDLlV lloaurccaid nnd i:arlv. mim am
inonargoof tho drawings, is a gimrantoo of al
solute fairness uud Integrity that the ohanos
aro nil equal, nnd that no one can possibly dl
vlno what number will draw a Prize.
ItUVIlSVIllEIt, also, that tho payment of
PrlzpslsUUAUANTIHil) UY FOUll NATIONAL
IJAN1CH OS. NOW f)rtmiTIl nnil Din rpiiVAl iic
signed by tho President of nn Institution, whose
chartered rights uro reoogulnod In the lilghest
Courts; therefore, howaro of all Imitation and
m1101usjrn11.il a to.
(successors to Jicaiu Wltherow),
PHINTBIIS AND STKItKOTVPEItS,
1107 Estrootnw, Washington, D.O.
GOOD WOUK AT PAIIt PHICES.
)mI'bJ JKtMBI'jaEf'lPlJ l Yt l"7 Rlf-'iW-
1 prcjcrins ana rniiyei
ilorto lllc n as the only
specific (or the certain curs
ot this disease.
Amsterdam, N. Y.
We havo sold Ills' O foi
many ytsrs. and It has
riven ine dck ot saiiv
HEALTH IS WEALTHI
D11. E. O. Wnsr's Neiivs inii Uiiain Thkat
jikht, a guaranteed spoelUo for Hysteria, Dizzi
ness. Convulsions, Hts, Nervous Neuralgia,
Hoadaelie, Nervous prostration caused by tho
use of alcohol or tobauvo, Wakefulness, .Mental
Depression, Softening of the Drain resulting In
Insanity uud loading to misery, dooay and death,
premature Old Ago, Uarrcunuss, Loss of Power
In either sex, Involuntary Lossos and Spermator
rhoea caused by over-oxei tlon of tho brain, self
abuse or oor-lndulgenoo. Each box contains
0110 mouth's treatment; $1 a box, or six boxes
for $5, 6Ciit by mall prepaid on roeelpt of price.
WEOlAKANTUU SIX UOXKS M"tu
to oure any case, With each order reoetvodby
us for six boxes, accompanied with t wo will
send the purchsser our wrltton guarantee to
refund tho mouoy If tho treatment does not ef
fect a euro. Guarantees Issued only by U.
OlIlllSllAM, Druggist, Sole Aoent, 4B1
Penna. ave between Hi and Oth sts.
OHTIIELIQUOlt HAIUTCAN D15 CU1IEDDY
ADMINISTKUINCl I)H HAINES'
Can do given In 11 cup of coSoa or tea without
tho knowledge ot the person taking It, It Is ab
solutely harmless, and will elf cot uperuuneut
nnd xptody oure.wliether the patient is a moder
ate drinker or uualcohollo wreck. It has been
given In thousands of oases, and In every In
stancu a perfect oure has followed. 11' NBVKll
l'AII-l. The system onco Impregnated with the
Spei Wo, It becomes uu utter ImiKisstlilllty for
tho Honor appetite to exist For sale bv 8. IT.
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