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THE EVENING TOST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1888.
TnE Evening Fos'r.
iimXsn i:r no in.
" Oil. doctor," cried u maid demuro,
whoso fnco wns frescoed with brown mots,
Won't von Mutgcst somo slinplo euro
Which wlllrcmovo theso horrid spots t"
' Fresh wntcrmclon Jtilcc," said ho,
" Will take them oft nnd lcavo no traco;
And that Is why wo never too
A ficcklo on a daikcy's face."
THE PRONE GIANTS
'TIs tunny ( year ngo slnco what I am
Going to tell yu linpboiiou.
'Twas long bufoio tho SlrmiRcr enmo
over with Strongbow to rnlo us in our
own land would yo iicllovo mo? In
thoin dltys ftlnlits Used to bom plentiful
its potatoes in a prosperous sayson. AVliy,
If a body happened to stand lesstlinn 0 ft.
lilfjh in undent times lto'd be laughed at
is a weeny bit of a dwnrf. Troth, ho'd
liavo tho wholo counthry floekln' to sco
him as a sort of a world's womllicr.
Well, at tho time I'm apnlcln' of ihcro
lived near tho Hock o' Cashel, in tho
CoUnly of Tipporary, one Darby Itoyn.v
linn. Ho was thoucht to bo tho biggest
wnti in Iiclnnd. Ho Btvul nlno feet in his
stocklns, an for strength no mnn could
howld a cnndlo to him. Ho could down
ft bullock wid wiui tap of his little ilnc;er.
Only wan thing dampened poor Dar
by's BDccrits nn' that was bpenso ho
couldn't find his nquils tho dlckoni a
boxer far or near had tho pluck to stand
fornlnst him, not wan in Ireland. At Itrtt
whisper enmo across tho water from
Scotland concurhlng a giant in that coun
thry who was said to bo oven superior to
Dnrby Moynahnn in sizo an' strength j
inoro bo token, he, liko Daiby, was al
ways pining nn' praying that ho might
meet his match. Woll, begorra, as soon
ns my bowld Darby honid tho noivd ho
lint ti challcnuo at wanst invlttn' tho
Scotchman to conio over to Ireland nu'
wrcstlo him eollnr-nii'-clbow, so that ho
might shako somo o' tho pride out of
Ho soon got nn nnswer, tollln' him
that tho challenge was accepted, an' ad
vising him at tho samo tlmo to maUo his
yiacoati' propaio for his funeral, "for,"
said the Scotch giunt,inliis notc,"I novcr
On tho mornin' that the Scotchman
landed in Ireland, Pntby lnquliod or a
friend of his that had scon tho furrincr
turtvo, "how big ho was."
"How big is it? Troth, Dnrby, be
tween you nn' mo, ho's ns big nn' n half
ns yourself; nn' from what I'm towld,
you'll bo ns doad as mutton when lie's
through wid yo, for thoy say ho nlways
kills his mnn."
1'oor Darby, when ho hcaid such a
frightful account of his rival, began to
grow onnscy in his mind; ho went at
wanst to his cabin to ask tho mlvico of
Noinli, his wifo, but, beforo tho poor
woman could answer him, his youngest
Bon Dinny kem runnin' into tho houso
bawlin' for his fntlier nn' mother to como
to tho door nnd sco tho great big man
comin' through tho borcen.
Darby peeped through tho window nn'
turnod tho color of milk at tho sight of
tho wondheiful Scotch giant.
"Norah, nlnmn I'' said ho, "yomny got
my collln ready, for hero como a man
that will soon mako food for wonns out
o' your poor Daiby."
"Not wlillo I can savo yo, jowcl," said
Norah. "Suro you'ro my own husband,
Darby, nn' it's my jooty to strnin evory
norvo to purlect tho man I vowed to lovo
nnd oboy; only do as I bid yo nn' you'll
bo saved, and that too withoutdishonor."
Ab shospoko sho lifted horlittio daugh
ter Aileen out of tho cradlo, nnd after
putting in on a bed in another 100m sho
mado Darby tako tho child's placo. And
when sho covered him over snugly with
a quilt, sho sat besido him locking tho
cradlo whllo sho sang:
"Hush a byo, baby,
On tho hill top,
When tho wild blows
Tho cradlo w 111 look."
Poor Darby had to stuff tho quilt into
his mouth to prevent him from coin' into
kinks, for it ho didn't do mat no would
hnvo died wid tho laughin' fit that over
Whilo Norah kept singing tho owld
lullaby who should stop into tho cabin
but tho brawny Scotch giant. In a voice
that sounded for nil tho world liko n clnp
o' thunder ho axed if "Dnrby Moynn
han wns to bo seen."
Norah covered over Darby's fnco. an'
walked quietly across the room to where
tho Scotchman stood wid his head
touchin' ono o' tho laftcrs, an' in a soft
whispor sho towld him that Darby was
gono Into tho woods to get a mouthful o'
fresh air boforo tho wrastllu' match kem
Tho giant then informed her that he'd
wait whero ho wns till her husband's ro
turn. "With that ho saitod himself besido
tho turf lire, lit his pipe, an' puffed away
liko a limekiln.
"What's that yo have thoro?" says ho,
flxen his bullet oyes on tho ciadlo.
"It's tho child," said Nora, "an I
wouldn't give a popporcorn for your llfo
if yo wako it boforo Darby comes home."
"I don't caro n jack-straw about
Iarby," says tho giant.
"If yo wish to lavo this houso allvo
don't "disturb tho cratuio's slcop ho
didn't got a wink all last night, ho's cut
ting his oyo-tcclli, poor thing."
Tho Scotclnnnn looked mighty puz
zlod. "If that's tho ch'ld," said ho, "how
big is the father t"
"You'll soon bo ablo to judgo for your
self," said Norah; "but I can tell yo this
much, sir, whenover my husband is
voxed that poor child in tho cradlo somo
times runs an' hides hhnsolf in ono of
his father's brogues."
"JUammy," roared Daiby from tho
cradlo, "bring in do big fat cow from do
barn. I wnut tonititbofoiodaddy comes
"I will, ngra," said Norah. "Oh, sir,
you've woko tho child I A king's ran
som wouldn't savo yo now if Darby
"Media murder I " screeched the giant:
'd'yo call that gormnndlyor a child? If
ho can dovour a fat cow nt a single male,
what Poit of a cannibal must tho father
bo? Tell Darby," says ho, rising to his
feet and bumping his big head against
nu iron hook in tho ratters, "I'll call
again. Good mornin', ma'am."
With that ho shot out o' Darby's cabin
liko n skyrocket, an' was nlver seen or
heaul of in hcland from that blessed duty
A clcrgjman after joais of suffering from
that loathsomo dlsoasc Catauh, and yalnly
tiylng overy known remedy, nt last found a
recipe which completely cuiod and saved him
fiom death. Any suflerur from this dreadful
(1160180 tending a solf-addrcswl Vhtnmpod cu
elopotol'iof. J. A. Luwrouce, WWarion
strcot, Now York City, will locolyo tho rccmo
'llio O, A. It. I)lil It.
Mr Allen W. Thurnian expicsses tho
opinion that the piluplpal cuiho for the
defeat of tho I'lTtihlont was tho opposi
tion brought to bciir by tho Oumd Army
of the ICvpubllo,
Our Itviuly-Aliulo Clutlilnp;
Absolutely tailor mado, Sco our Wide Wnlo
Coat nnd Vest at $13.50.
L'ibI.man Duos., 7th and E,
MuiiufttctuiliiL' Clothiers uud Tailors.
MOIti: MOHNSKS Al'l'UOVEI).
Tho Dlstilct Commissioners Consider 11
Number f Applications.
The Commissioners last ovculug acted on all
of tho applications for liquor licenses beforo
thum. Tney decided to refuse licenses to all
persons who havo been convicted of selling on
Sunday. They approved nnd rejected, res
pectively, tho applications of tho followlna
bar rnt,m licenses:
Northwct-William Ilnrncdy, 33SS M fit.; 1).
M. llrjnn, 131 l'n. nvo.;lt. I Council, SOO 11th
t,( W. It. boo, 18 0 St.; W. 1'. Colo. lfiOl 7th
St.: Washington Schcutzcn Vercln. 7tli St. road;
Fritz Horznir, 031 K st ; James Kellhcr, 1514
BM st.J J. W. O'Connor, 100 K St.: .1. fi. An
derson, 3007 7th St.; A. Sehwarze, 837 7th St.
A. Wllllgc, 2300 l'n. nve.; 0. 8. ltecd, 1C07 11th
St.; J. M. Stut, 1100 Oet.;N. '1 Idol, U18 l'n,
nvo.; T. II, Hoosslc, Arlington Hotel; 0. Kino
incr, 737 Ttll 6t.l .T. Uibhons, 283'J M St.; 0. O,
Drill. 0J7 U St.; Frldi Jlojcr, 1301 7th St.; W.
J. Donovan, 1007 ISth St.; J. Patch, 1318 7th
St.; I'enncll A Morgan, 450 K St.; J. Vortuno,
411 N St.; Mary Hughes, IBM iUdst,; Fritz
Wlttmer, SOOl M St.; IMl. Shcchy, 20S0 7th
St.; J, 1', Simmons, U003 JI st.; 'lhomas 1.
Conroy, 1310 1) st.
Kouthwest-1'. Sim 111, 12.1 D st.j R. A, Fitz
gerald, 213 41 St.; John (Jullin, WJ 3d st.)
Tlonnrn Dwjer, 8J0 F st.; Cuthcrluo Corrljan,
330 V St.; John Alhnan, 213 14th st,
Southeast Ilemy George, Ull) Fa. are.; W,
li. licuchcrt, C01 Fa. nvo.; John J. llcuehert,
1123 Fn. nvo.
County J. Kelly, Brlahtwood; II. Schnei
der, Hock Creek Church Hold; J. W. Hosltlns,
Sheridan St.; J. Tuurn, Hood IIopo Itoad: W,
II. Hose, Anacostla; J. 0, .Mcflulrc, Ana
costln; J. Appcch, Anacostla; J. Madlgau,
Tho following wholesalo licenses wero an
proved: , , .
NorthwestHarry W. Hamilton, MCO Madi
County 0. & 0. II. flray. Anacostla: J. J,
Murphy, Anacostla: C. ii. Fcarco, Tculey
town; J. Lehman, Tenloytown.
Tho following Applications for bar-room
licenses wero lejccted:
Northwest Owen G. 8tailcs. Wlllard's Ho
tel; convicted of selling on Sunday. In a noto
to the Commissioners Mr. Staples states that
ho liis no dull o to violate tho law, nnd only
occasionally has ho nlloWod his guests to get n
ililnk at tho bar on Sunday; but even this will
bo discontinued It tho application Is npproved,
E. h, Johnson; reconsidered mid ugalu tc
J, Hatpin, 303 Q strcot; not enough signers,
Louis Schmidt, 707 Seventh street; suspected
of Sunday selling.
James Holmes A llro., C01 Now Jorsoy av
enue; rtconsldcicd and again dUappiovcd.
Henry Yeager, 11118 Seventh street; recon
sidered and rejected.
Patrick White. 030 Second street; reconsid
ered and rejected.
Thero-n Volgl, 09 Scvonth street; too near
to a schoolhousc.
J. F. it G. S. AVormloy, 710 Fifteenth sheet,
not enough signers.
Wm. Herat, 039 II street, too near to a
Timothy A. Sullivan, 1303 u St., lined lor
eclllug on Sunday.
J. J. Flaunlgau, 1714 F St., fined for selling
L. J. Duller, 001 2ith st., not enough sign
ers. W. H. Crowloy, 443 18th st., not enough
W. McGulrc, 1000 7th St., not enough sign
ers. W.J. O'Callaghan, 1931 Est., not enough
Geo. Schncfor, 3011 M st., fined for Sunday
Herman Edol, 703, 710 E St., fined for Sun
Jos. Gallagher, 7th st. and Whttnoy avo.,
not cuough signers.
M. Lawlcr.3350.Mst., flucd for selling on
Henry Young, 311 131 St., fined for keeping
a cnmbllng houso.
Southwest James Williams, 333 I) St., sus
pected of Sunday Boiling.
Dennis Drlscol, reconsidered and disap
proved. Allco Kelly, 333 B Bt., too closo to n ischool
houso. J. J. Leonard, GOO 3d St., Sunday selllnc.
William Daur, 1353 41 St., Sunday solliug.
L. T. Urldwoll, keeping open after hours.
Otto Slatter, 335 Md. avo., wllhlu 400 feet
of a schoolnouso.
Martha Honncssy, 111 41 st., protest against
John Shea. 335 Md. avc., too closo to a
Curl Flllcgcr, 483 K St., Sunday soiling.
0. Desmond, 203 4 st., too closo to a school
house. James F. Connor, 300 41 st., too closo to a
Northwest Adam Lelmbach, 33 II St., sus
pected of Sunday selling.
Wholesale C. II. Warner, 1030 North Capi
County Daniel Crumbaugb, Canal road,
after gctiing n license- last year, ho connected
his bar and grocery.
M. jaston, vtii st., near -u. ncasant.
Wholesalo Eliza Jano Callaghan, Howard
town. Southeast John Shclton, 003 8th St.; pre
vious occupant lined for Sunday selling.
W. II. Drookor, 1323 D st.
C. Foggcnscc, 020 8th st, too closo to a
Tho following application for wholesale
llconso was rejected:
Southeast 1 O'Donoghuo, 823 0 st.
A StiBKCstlvu llomnrk.
Hero Is a slight contribution to that amusing
collection of things which ono "would rather
havo left unsaid." Gossip assigns tho author
ship to tho wifo of ouo of the most prominent
Democratlo leaders In tho Houso of Repre
sentatives. Sho was cntortalntng a number of
friends at her houso tho other day, when a
gentleman entered tho room, closely followed
by another, whom ho led up to whoro tho lady
of tho houso was standing, with tho words:
"Mrs. C , permit mo to present to you a
particular f rloud of mlno, Mr. -, of Demo
rara." "So glad to soo lou, Mr. ," replied Mrs.
0 , promptly, "so glad to seo jou;" and
with an ovldcnt deslro to say somothlng grace
ful, and at tho samo thus something that
would mako her now acqualntanco feel
thoroughly at homo, she added:
"I havo a parrot that comes from Dcmo
rara." Imaglno tho startling oftoct of such a speech
upon an unsuspecting stranger. Now York
A fortnight ago wo gave an account of tho
manner In which n French poultry-keeper, by
followlnc; nn American invention, produced
cockcicls and pullets as ho desired. Tho re
port elicited a letter from another continental,
breeder, who states that ho has tried a similar
method with success. Ho 6olcctod 13 egrjs
with polntod ends, and 13 with round ends;
thoy wero placed under dltTorcnt hens, and
from tho former wero hatched out 11 cockerels
and from tho latter 10 pullets, tho other eggs
having bcou broken durlngtho process of Incu
bation. Thcro is. howovor. nothlnc now In
this solectlon of tho larpo-oudcd or round
ended eggs, as many poultry rearers In Eng
land in ii l i) n practlca of doing so, in tho belief
that thoy aro moro fortilo mora certain to
produco chickens than tho sharper pointed
cgus. A lady of forty yoais' oxntrlcuco tells
us that sho always "sets'' round-ouded ores,
and that sho Invariably has tho good luck to
havo moro pullets than cockeiels. Eichaogo.
Tito lldtlor Wins a Noteworthy Victory.
Tho editor was rudoly awakened from Ills
peaceful slumbers about tho hour of 13 last
Tuesday night by a tcrrlblo disturbance among
his chickens. Upon Investigation wo dUcov
orcd that the mlduhdit intruder was a hugo
'possum, which was mil unuerueain wo cinui
noy enJo)lng his mial with evident relish,
lltlnglng our "pop" to bear upon his 'possum
ship, we emptied four shells nt him, all with
out effect, except ono. As tho thing would
not shoot uiraln. wo crawled undor and ilraimed
hlmout, and, with tho assistance of a pollco
iiuin, succeeded In ending tho oxlstcnco of our
uuwclcomo guest, Jlo was iat ami sieei;, una
wo," tinned him over to "Aunt Llzilo," tho
colored woman. Sho wtut homo In wild glco
over tho prize Waj cross (Ho.) Iteportor.
l'uimy on .Southern ltiillrmiiU.
What ii known as tho penny system Is fast
being adopted by nil tho leading loads In
tho isouth. In cato somo ono may not know
exactly what that is, perhaps It Is duo to tho
public to state that It Is uotliluc moio nor less
than giving ono his exact chaugo when pur
chasing a ticket and of chaiglug tho exalt faro
fur a ticket. Saj,for Instance, a inuii pur
chase a ticket for a point where Ihofaiols
$1 20, whero ho now u ! 25 he will g t his
exact chuii!,'o link. '1 ho penny system has
Just hien adopted by tho Central H.illruad of
Ueorgla, Ulruilugham, Ala., Ago,
WHAT WATTHUSON SAYS.
Mr. Cleveland Win Iiidlfrorchti nnd le
nt, red III llont rHniidA.
Mr. Watterson said this morning in nn edi
torial (n tho Coiirtor-Journat:
"When, In tho early days of 1837. tho
Courier-Journal tmdci took to sound tho alarm,
Mid to Warn tho Administration of tho dan
gers which Its wants of sympathy with tho
Democratlo pnrty wns invoking, we wero
filled bj tho assuranco that tho rcnomluatlon
of tho President was inevitable and inspired
by tin truest deslro of his rc-cloetlon. In tho
light of tho alums from tho State of New
Yutk, nil that was cald by us nt that tlmo
reads to-day liko a prophecy.
"Mr. Clovcland goes down among his peo
plo becauso of tho frlonds ho chilled Into In
difference or convcrtod Into enemies, partly
through overcoiifidcnco in tho star of his des
tiny, nnd partly throuch tho lack of thoso
amenities which go so far to mako men strong
orwiSak on occasions of emergency. When
tho trial came, thcro waA literally no ono
Amours the professional politicians to mako tho
President's light his light; no ono among tho
nreat capitalists to ndvauco considerable sums
of monoy; no ouo among tho leaders Inspired
by the sublime energy of personal devotion,
ami no enthusiasm among tho masses, other
than that brought out by tho cold Issuo of tax
reform, or started spasmodically by tho llsuro
of tho Old llomin flashing fitfully through tho
contusion mid tumult of the fray.
"Mut to turn from tho personal to tho polit
ical aspects of tho contest, the only States In
the North which wo enrry aro tho manufactur
ing 8tatcs of Connecticut and Now Jersey,
whero tho tirlff Issuo was oxpectcd to cut tho
most flguro, whereas tho Republicans mako
gains In nil the nerlculturnl States of tho
Northwest, which nro plastered over with
Easloru mortcages and compelled by tho tarlll
to pay protection prices for whatever they
havo to buy, though getting frco trado prices
for whatever they havo to sell.
"Tills anomalous outcomo would bo lnox
pllcablo it tlio tariff Issito wero alouo involved.
Hut It was complicated by tho sectional Issuo
and the old. soldier Issue, aiihcallm: to tho Ig
norance nnd cupidity of organized masses of
thq people Moicovor, rovenuo rotorm wns
dculod Its full representation on account of
tho Democrats' lack of thn needful munitions
of war. Wo wero poor In purso nnd poor In
loaders. Wo had not tho resourcos to stroteh
out along tho w holo lino. Wo had to concen
trate on Now York and Indiana. In conso
nutneo such States ns Iowa, Illinois, Wiscon
sin, Michigan nnd Minnesota woro loft to tako
caro ot themselves ns host thoy might, nnd
thus abandoned tho bravo Democracy sank
beneath nn overwhelming array of money and
men thrown In from without by tho Itepubll
cnu managers. In tho Northwest wo foar tho
war Is not yet over." ,
Economical Hints for tho Kitchen.
Among tho cheap and nutritious meats may
bo montlouod trlpo. Twlco a week, each tlmo
in a different way, thUdlsh would bo nccopt
lablo to many. Whoro tho meat dish is light
a chcoso or macaroni may bo served with It,
thus keeping up tho required amount of nour
ishment. Lentils nlsb contain eo much nitro
genous food that very light or mado-ovor
meats should accompany them. Variety will
bo found to bo more economical, at tho samo
tlmo moro beneficial to health and nppctito
than the usual rounds of tho American liouse
wife When a quart can of tomatoes Is opened
for soup, one half only should bo used, nnd
with a quart ot stock (tho latter costing
nothing If nil stock materials nro saved), a
llttlosuet, Hour, onion nnd bay leaf, makes a
delightful dlunner soup, and aulto cnoiiRh for
n family ot six. Tho low pieces of bread left
from bioakfast may bo cut Into squares and
toasted to sorvo with it. Tho remaining half
ot tho tomatoes should bo put In a bowl or
Jar and used next day for sauce, scalloped, or
u mixcu wuu OKra nnu nco win mano a mra
dish for lunch. Do not wasto even n sllco of
tomato or a leaf of cabbage, and at tho end of
tha year you will bo woll paid, Tablo Talk.
Tho IVillilos of I'o or Ilumnii Nntllrc.
Tho bookkeeper of a Wall street batik, a
man doeply versod in psychology, employs his
sparo tlmo in making practical testa of his re
searches. Thcro is a humorous vein In his
composition, ana theso tests nio ircqucntiy ot
a laughable nature Ho Is a firm believer in
tho theory that man macnllles his own little
troubles and will unconsciously put himself
out of his way to avoid things that havo no
oxlstcnco In point of fact. Tho other day this
philosopher carefully placed a sheet of blot
ting paper on tho odgo of a desk In such a
way that halt tho thcat huug over. Tho desk
was in a narrow passage that wns much used
by tho clorks, and tho philosopher had no end
of fun watching them pass. Instead of shov
ing tho blotting papor out of tho way, every
clerk who passed would squeczo himself
against the wall In order to avoid knocking it
down. Thu fat clerks had n hard tlmo of It,
and one ot thorn cricked his Bplnal column in
a peculiarly Una nerobatlo feat. New York
I'vo often wondered nt tho different phrases
nnd monosylablcs Indicative of recognition one
meets with on a country road.
In driving over fifteen miles of winding,
dusty highway In Missouri tho other day, tho
first man I mot was seated on a load of half
pctrllled wood. Ho stuck very assiduously to
tho rldit of way nnd I know ho wouldn't
speak," hut, as I bumped along past him, I
ventured u "How-do-you-do?" nuyway,
"Uml" ho rospondod,anfl stared after mo eo
hard, that If 1 could havo driven on round
him, I bollevo ho'd havo unconsciously twisted
his head off.
In the Ilftecn-mllo route I got two pleasant
"Good mornings," four broad, silent stares;
two Impudent "How'r'yrs," ami ono genuino,
self-satisfied, Yankeo "Hcowdyl" Detroit
Ann llnrrcls Mudo by TUuchlliory.
In tho old days that is when your son-in-law
was a "kid" It took n cuusmlth days to
rlllo out tho lusldo of a gun barrol, so that ono
could shoot n squirrel through tho head with
out killing anybody lu tho noxt town. But
now the stow guumaking process of "aforo do
wah" has given way to tho genius of ma
chinery. Itls said that by tho methods of ru
cont improvements mado in tho manufacture
of rlllcs, as many as 120 barrels can now bo
rolled In nn hour by ono machine They aio
straightened cold and boicd with correspond
ing speed, nnd oven tho rllhng is done auto
matically, so that ono man tending six ma
chines can turn out sixty or seventy barrels per
day. With tho old rllllne machine t enty bar
rels was about tho limit of a day's work, but
tho Improved machines attend to overythluir
after being onco started, nnd when the rllilng
Is completed ring a bell to call tho attention of
tho workman. Now York Telcgiam.
A Now 'Wrlnlclo In risliliiR.
G. II. Mock, who resides noar Camcrou,
says ho planted thirty-four stalks of sugar
cane twenty-ono Inches lone, and has raised
over 300 lino stalks from tho planting this
year. Ho sajs also that Jarreli's Lake, near
Cameron, is tho best pl.ica to catch fish of
which ho has over heard. That when tho
broam uro lu a bltlug notion any ono can tako
a worm and rub it ou his flncer nnd hold his
hand lu tho water, and that tho llt.li will como
up aud tako hold ot tho !lnrcr. Thon by
closing tho thumb down on Its head it can bo
takon In without any effort. This cnu bo ic
peated until jou catch as many as you need,
or until you become weary of tho sport.
Nothing could induce him to leave that sec
tion now. Thu only trouble Is lu gcttlug tho
right kind of n woun to rub your linger with.
iBjlvnida (Ga.) Telephone
"Alilernoy Dairy WK"."
Fresh Aldcmoy butter, tlmined ovcry morn
Ingnuddellveicillnllli. ' aid" print, 40c.
per lb. Also cottage cheese buttoinillk and
sweet mllk.Bc. per qt. l'n am "" pur pt.
dlfenso of tho mil Es A fl & M M ITJ
eons membrane, gou
orally orleluatlns lu
tho nusat passages
nnd maintaining Its
BlioiiRhold In the
head From thin
point It Komlg forth
a polfonoim nis
Into tho stoinaeh unU
through tho dlKost
lu urenns, coirupl
lux tlni blood uud
TRY THE OUHE H AY-FE VE R
A narllrtn Is mmlli 1 1 it
li no 1 11 1 ml U
Wii.iiMblo I'rleo.iiiei'in '
r uliKrod. ill! cent-., lii
Wurrtui utreot, Now York.
in in- ' 1- niali,
Jilt- COMMON I1LKCTIJI).
Pulls Through by a Small Majority
Ovor Mr. iutwiii,
Judgo Stono deckled at Marlboro', Md., yes
terday that ho had no authority to havo tho
ballot-box opened In which tho tally-sheet and
certificates wero scaled, but said If tho Judgo
could read tho certificate through tho glass
they had n rlRht to Include tho district.
Mr. Compton said last night: "I am elected
to Congress from tho fifth district by nlno plu
rality, according to tho official flmnoj, with
every precinct In tho district counted." Tho
oflltlal returns from 1'rlnco Ucoieo's give
Compton 8,073 nnd Mtiild 3,001. This Is a
gain of two for Compton over tho unofficial
A dispatch from upper Marlboro', Frlnco
(loorgo's County, 6nys: "Tho official loturns
wero mado in llio cottrt-houso to-day. Tho
Judges had ono tally-sheet of llladcnsburc, tho
other is locked up In tho box. Tho c6unt for
Kent district wns mado from the tally lying
In n fnvorablo position III tho box. Two dis
tricts In Charlos County, tho fifth and ninth,
whoro tho talllos nro locked up In tho boxen,
were not counted today, Judgo Btono hiving
refused to Interfere In the ensc."
Mr. J. Sntntlcl Turner, clerk of tho Circuit
Court of Charles County, has telegraphed ns
follows: "In tho casting up tho roturns by
tho Judges In Charles County, district No. 6
nnd district No. 0 had tho Judges' certificates
sealed up in them, consequently wo onlv re
turned soven districts, which gkes Compton
tho county by four majority. Tho opinion
seems to bo that they acted in accordance with
Mis. Shoppor Lot mo sco somothlng
Mr. Tapo Ycs'm( what kind can I show
Mrs. Shopper Oh, I'm not particular at all.
It's only for a kind ot n knock-about dress
that I want It. Most nnythhif; will do. Dut,
of coitrso, I don't want it too llghtor too dark,
something about medium. No, I don't want
n stripe, 1 never wear stripes. Something lu
No, I don't think I'd care for n plaid, nnd tho
checked pleco Is of lather better quality than
I'd like fur such a dress. I'd liko something
ot from 50 to CO, or, perhaps, Go cents n yard.
No, I don't wnnt anything with a polka dot
In It, nor a tricot, nor scrgo, nor enshmcro.
I'd rather not havo a solid color at all. No,
that pleco is hardly ns Rood as I'd like, al
though I'm really not at nil particular about
it, as it Is. Detroit Froo l'icss.
BArnsM Sunday nleht in tho Second Bap
tist Church, E. Hcz Swcin, pastor.
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 io Plush, 12
22 " " " 15
25 " " " 18
30 " " " 20
35, $10 and Si5 farrago $X al 25
Those who have seen our Carriages
will appreciate the abovpfigurcs... These
aro all the celebrated "Heywood" make,
with Adjustable Parasols. Each Car
Opened and now In stock the most
complete line of Carpetings in the city,
embracing Ingrain, Tapestry, Body
Brussels, Moqucttes, 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 Suites, and
a miscellaneous stock unequaled in the
We have made a sweeping reduction
in the prices of our Lace Curtains and
Portieres to make room for our new
Fashionable Furniture, Carpels, Drapery
AMI Ul'lIOr..M'i:itY CJOODS,
017, 310, till HKVKNTK hTUF.KT,
033 AND 0;I3 1,01)181 IN I AV11.,
032, 031 AMI 03911 ST UKIIT
17m. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and E Streets Northwest,
Is closing out all kluilsof
At Vory Koduood Italc.
E. G. BAYIS.
BLACK DRESS G00D3, EMBROIDERIES,
Liiftn uud TrliuiuliiKH,
710 Market Space, Washington, D. C.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Xb 3ao Oaa.Xy Ixoo
SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMED
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
una I'ijnna. avi:.
67 Pa, Ave. East.
llmvo lot of Flucshooi. niyowi it' k, Hn-
iTut Bm uv vuiaiim. uivoino al
437) lothSt. N. W.
Our most ultra stylos of
Boys' Garments aro mado
in such small quantities
thatparticular parents may
indulge soino individuality
of taste in selecting their
sons' costumes, knowing
that duplicates aro rare and
not to he found outside our
a tawimassMWin ws uwaa
909 Penna. Ave.
H. D. BKRR
Importer and Tailor.
Fall and Winter Goods,
All of tho Latest Novelties.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOTCH SUITINGS,
ETC, JUST ARRIYED.
jnt. DAltlt personally fits nil garments uiado
In our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
Our Rtoclc of Wldo Walo Diagonals U com
plete UlaokS, llluoi, Browns nnd Orays. Wo
mako theso ln;cutuyay Suits, Uat hrnldod, for
S33.50. TI1010 aro genuino English Worsteds.
Correct styles and porfeot fit guaranteed.
HARBAN & BENNETT,
1410 XTo-w "S'or'lc .A.-V-.
BEST IS BEST
Thro' the World.
OUR FALL, OPENING Ol
Shirts to Measure
Cannot Bo Excelled.
Cor. 15th and G St?
EDWARD F. DROOP,
02S l'UHNA. ATKMJE.
Call and examine tho laro atoolc of
(abler i Uro., A. II. Chase, Marshall Ss Won
dell, Wheolook, Dcokor Sou, llrhsgs, Grove
stcen & Fuller uud other
l'lanos sold on Installments, Exchanged,
Itentcd, Repaired, Tuned, Moiod nnd Utorod.
Shoot Muslo, foruluu and domestic; Musical
radso., cto. , constantly on hand. Iliuijo, Uultur,
Mandolin, Violin aud C'ollo btriugs u specialty.
Grand, Upright and Square
SUCONIMIANI) PIANOS, n fiuo assortment
of prouilneut inaLos at ull priooi.
PIANOS 1'OIt HUNT.
"Wm. Kna.be & Co.,
817 MuiUct Space.
r-v c uvjv.'vrnrs-
Tilo Groat Pennsylvania Itouto
To the North, West nnd Southwest.
lr...-.;A.....j 1 !.. .'..mm.
lM trrtet NovKjinr.n 1, 188S,
Trains leant .Washlngfon, from station corner of
Sixth and 11 streots, as followsi
l'on 1'iTTsnuiiu and tho W ost, Chlonxn Limited
ICs,tnai nf ll,ill.-.. IP..1I1 .1 I .. . . ...
(jMlyj ast Unc. 9 w a m dally to Cincinnati nnd
at. Inula, with slPoplncfArs from IMttsburff to
oxeopt Saturday, to chleiijro. with 61ocpln Car
Altoona to Clrtcaao. Western Txprcss nt 7.10
tun dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington 'o
Clileniro and St. Iiui., oonneotlng dally nt
llarrlsbnrBWllhtliinughSIeopcrs for Loulsvlllo
? t (1 1"P I'aoino llxprcss, 10 DO p m ually
:,,' .-."... ..in, nit, ,rsi, Willi inruuKii
Sleeper to I'lttsbiirn, and Pittsburg tuChlengo.
IlALTIMOnK AND TOTOMAO HAILIIOAP.
;?," S",1"' Cnnnndalgn.1 ami Ilnchentcnlallr;
9,Waaala and Niagara dally, oxetipt Haturdny,
llooli 's( '"' WU 8lccl)ln Car Washington to
l'on Witt i VMsronr. lxok Haven and Elmlra nt
0.60 a m dally, oxeopt Sunday,
I on Nbw Voiik and tho Kast, 7.30, 0.00. 11.00
ana 1Uonm,!jOT, 110,10.00 nndll.iMp in. On
Hunday, 000. 11. 10 a m, S 00. i.w 10.00 and
11.SB p in. Llmlteil Kxpress of I'ullmnii l'af lor
Cars, MO a m, dally except Sunday, and 3. 13 1 m
dally, with dining car.
PonllosTo.i, without ohange, 3.00 p in overy
l'on DnooKLYrf, N. V.. nil through trains con
nect fit Jersey city with boats of Hrooklyn
Annex, nlTordlng dlroot transfer to l'ulton
Irept, avoiding doublo ferrlago across Now
l'on ruii.ADM.riiM, 7.30, 0.00, 1100 and 11.10
a in, 3 00, 4,10, 0.00, 10 00 nnd 11.30 n in On sun
day, 8 00, 11.40 a in, 300, 1.10, (100, 10.00 and 11.30
pin. Llmitod Kinross, nil parlor ears, 9.40 a ra
woek dnj s and a. n p m dally, with dining ear.
Ton IIILtisiobe, 0a 7.00, 900, 0 40,0.60,11.00
nnd 11.40 nm, isoi, 3 00, 8.41, 4.10,4 30,4 10, 0 00,
.. ...-in .. .... ..vj,, vu, o,-, ,, ',, V, 1 V, t IV. u w,
7.10, 10 00 and 11.30 n in. On Hunday, 9 00, 0.O1.
0.CO. 11.40 a m, 00, 3.13,' 1.10, 0.00,
l'on Pnpp. P.nvvt! T.tu. ? v nmnnJ lllnm
dally, except Sunday. '
Fon AMUArotis, 7.30 nnd 0.00 a m, 12.CS, 4.40
p in dally, except Sunday. Sundays, O.uoftm,
alkxandhia And rnEnnrtiOKsiiaita
11AILWAY AND ALKXANDHIA ANU
, ronAtrtAHnniA, 0 00, 8 35, 8.40. 0.13, 10.B7am,
12.0I noon, 3.03. 4.33. B.00. 0.63, 0.05.8.03. 10.03
and 11.37 p m On Sunday at 0 00, 9.43, 10 S7 a
in, 2.30, 5.05, 8 05 nnd 10 03 p m,
. Accommodation for Quantlco, 6.00 p m weot
ronnicitsiosnand tho South, 0 00, 10.07 a m
dally and 0 03 p m dally, except Sunday.
Tiiains leavo Alexandria for Washington,
0 05, 7.03, 8.00, 9.10, 10.15, 11 .07 11 ra, 1 JW, 3.00. ') M.
B.10, 7.03, B.J, 10.U and 11.03 pm. On Sunday
at 0.10 and 11.07 a m. 3.00, 5.10, 7.03, 0.33 und
TIcRots and Information at tho office, north
eat cornor of 13th strf ot nnd Pennsylvania
avenue, and nt tho station, whoro ordors can bo
Mtfor tbooltuoklngor baggago to destination
from hotels nnd residences.
OIIA8. E. PUail, J II. WOOD,
Ucnoral Manager. Gen. I'uss. Agont.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Sohodulo In effect NOV. 1, 1889.
Lcavo Washington from station corner ot Now
Jcrsoy nvonao and O street.
Ton CmoAuo und Northwest, Vestlbnlod Llm
itod Kxprcss dally 10.53 11 m, cxpross 0,13 p m.
Fon Cincinnati and St. Louis, express dally
3.00 nnd 0.13 p.m.
Von Pirrsnuno nnd Clovcland, Vestlbnlod
Limited oxprcss dally 10.53 a m and express 0.15
FonLEXiNOTONand Local Stations, tlO.10 a m.
Fon PiitLADELriitA. Nawnrk nnd Wilmington.
7.30 11 m. 3.05 and 5 33 p m dally, oxpross,
Fon iNTrnMEDiATn points between Ilnltlmoro
nnd rhllndclphla, t3,0u a in and t3.13 p in.
Fon SiNoEnLT and Intcrmedlato points, $7.00 a
Fon IlAtTIironE, 5.00, 0 30, 040.7.80.8.30, 0.43.
11.00(45 mlnuto train) a in., K'.IO, 8 05. 3.15 (45
mlnuto train) 3 SO. 130, 4.35,126.96.36.199.0.45.8.33
and 10.30 p. m. Sundays. 0.30. 7.30. 8.30. 0.45
nm, 1.15,3.05, 3.30, 4.30, 4.35, 5,33, 0.43,8.35 and
Fon AnnatOlis, 0.40 nnd 8.30 n m. 13.10 and
4.85 p m. On Sundays, 8 30 a in, 4 35 pm. Loavo
Annapolis, 0.40. 8 37 a m, 13 05, 4.10 p. m. Sun
days, 8 37 a m, 4.10 p m.
Ton Way Statio:,s bctweon Washington and
Ilaltlmore. 5 00, 0.40, 8.30 a ra, 13.10, J U), 4.35,
0.45pm. On Sundays, 8 S) a in, 1.13, 3;), 4.33,
Fon Stations on tho Jlotropolltan Ilrnnoli,
Tfl.SS a in, l-15 pm for principal stations only;
10 10 a in, tl 85. t3 80 unci 10. 15 p ra.
For Oaitiii nsnuna and Intermodlato points,
t0 00 a m, tU80, 4.40, 3.33, til JO p in.
Fon Boyd's and lntormcdlato stations, 17.00 p
m, S10.00 p m.
Cnuncii train loaves Washington on Sunday
only at 1.15 p in, stopping ut all stations on
Fon FitEDEiucK. tlO.10 a m. t3.00. 1 1.3.1. t5.30 D
m. Sundays, 1.15 pm.
For Uacieiwtown, 10.10 a m and t3 M p m.
Trains anlvo from Chlooso dally 7.33 a m and
5.15 p ra; from Cincinnati and St. Louis dally
iuu a in nnu 1.0a pm; irom nusouri; uaiiy y.wj
am, 5.15 pra,
1'iiom 1'iiii.adeij-iiia. Chester and Wilmington
2.50, 7.10 und 0 03 p m dally and tlO.13 a in.
FnnM SiNutm.v and Intermcdlnto points north
ot Ilaltlmore, 10 00 a m daily, and 12.15 a nt Sun
Trains Leave llaltlmoro for Washington nt
0.30, 0.30.7.35.9 00.0 05, 10.00 (45 mlnuto train),
11.00 (45 mlnuto train) a t. 13.15.3.00.3 00. 4.10,
6 00, n.OO, 0 30, 8.15. 8.30 and 11.00 p m. On Sunday,
fi 30, 0.00, 0 05, 10.00 a in, 1.13, 3.W, 1,10, 3.00, 0,30,
8.15,8.30 and 11.00 p in.
tllxcopt Sunday. Dally. JSunday only.
Ilaggage called for and olieoked at hotels and
residences ouoiders left ut ticket oulcos, UlO
and 13G1 lVnua. avenue.
W. M. CLKMUNTS.
CHAS. o- SCULL.
Uon. Pass. Ag't.
Piedmont Air Lino
Schedule in Epfeot Auoust 12, 1888.
8:30 a. m Kast Tennosseo Mall, dally for
burg, and stations botwoon Alexandria und
Lynohburg, lloanoako, llrlstol, Knoxvllle.llomo,
Culera, Montgomoty and New Orleans. Pull
man Sloopor Washington to Now Orleans.
llfll A m Fast Mall Dally forWarronton,
Charlottosvlllo, Oordonsvlllo, stations Chosa
pcako and Oldoltouto.Lynoliburg Kooky Mount,
lluuvlllo nnd stations betwoen j.yiiohburg und
Dnnvlllo. Ureensboro', Italolgb.Cliarlotto.foluiu
bl 1, Augusta, Atlanta, lllriulnj"am. Slontgom
try, Now Orleans, Texas und ' Ifornla. Pull
man Sluoper New York to Montgomery, lu con
nection with Pullman Sleepers Montgomery to
Now Orleans, and Mann lloudolr Sleepers for
Birmingham, Vlcksburg and Sbrovoport. Pull
man Sleeper nam Mo to Columbia und Augusta.
Solid trains Washington to Atlanta. Does not
connect for C. nnd o. routo points Sundays.
U.SO v k UAH.T, exoopt Sunday, for Manassas,
Strasburg, Luray, and lutormedlato stations.
Connoots at Rlverton for Luray, arrlvlug0.il
5,30 r m. Westkiii Kriir.ss dnlly for Warren
ton, Oordonsvlllo, Chariottesvlllo, Ixiulsvlllo.
Clnoluuatl, and summer resorts on und near lino
of Chesapeake and Ohio route. Pullman bleoi
era and solid trains Washington to IjuUvllla;
also for Lynchburg, Bristol, Cliattanoo, Main
pids, Llttlo Uouk ami all Southwusteru points.
Through Pullman Slocpors Wajhlngton to Mora-
Ids w ithout change.
11 I'M. SoirrnsiiN AxriiEss dally for Lynch
burg. IHnvllle, llali-lgh. Ashevlllo, Cliaifotte,
Columbia, Aiken, Augusta, Atlntitu, Montgom.
err. Now Orleans. Texas and California. Pull
mau Vestibule Sleeper, Washington to N-w
Orlonnsvla Atlama and Mon'gomory I'ull
mnii hleopor Wasblngtou to Atuusta, qa,, with
Tiimns on WAtumoTOH anh Ohio Division
loavo Washington H OU am, dally except Sum
dav und 1:16 p m, dally; arrlio Itnund Hill
lli4Ha m and7.2l p ra. llcturnlng, louvo Hound
11111 15.80 a in, dally, and ltto p m, dally oxeopt
bunday. arriving Washington 8.30 a in and J.53
Tiiuni'oii tiuins from tho South, v li Charlotto,
nntiNllloand Lvnohburg, arrive lu Wnsliliigton
7.00 u m and 7 35 p in; via K.ist Tonnoa'eo.
Bristol and Lynchburg ut 11:13 a 111 and 0 10 p
in: via Clitsapeako and Ohio route uud
Cliarlnttst Hie nt 11. Ill P m and 7.00 11 in. Stras
burg local ntU 17 am.
Tickets, sleeping-car reservation and Informa
tion lutnlshtd, and baggago olu-okod at otlleo.
1300 Ponmylvatia avenue, and at Passenger
btatlon, Fenusyliuulii llallroad, Sixth aud U
"tlCeUj.VMES L. TAYLOll Oeu. Pass. Adont.
Chesapeako and Ohio Routo.
Schedule In effoot SEPT. 10, 1888.
Trains leao Union Depot, Sixth and B stroots.
10 57 n in Von Niswi-ont Nems, Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk, dully except Sunday. Ar
rive In Norfolk 7 l. ui.
11 "i la in. Foil stations nn tha Chesapeake
and Ohio hi Virginia. Wot Yirglnlu und hen
tueky. dally oxcept Sunday. SleopIuK oars Clif
ton Forgo to Lexington, Ky.
5 30 n. m.-l'AsT Whteiis, Kxi'iiBBS dally.
Solid train, with Pullman Buffet Sleeping cuid
tn Luulsvlllo; Pullman bervluo to Cluciuitatl, bt.
iSiuli, TerapnU and New Orlouus.
OOlee, 513 Pcuusilvanla avenue
11 W Fl Ll.lCll,
(leu pabs, Sguit
Q Ato thn IJEST.
auuu ux avuuurj.
DHUQS AND CHEMICALS.
Bright'a Disenso of tho Kldnoysi Dis
eases of tho Nervous Systom, tho Urlo
Aoid Diathesis, Gout, Ehouraatlo
Gout, Eheunmtlsm, Ronal Oalotill
and Btono in tho Bladder, Diseases of
Womon, Dyspepsias, Eto,, Etc.
W. S. THOMPSON,
703 Fifteenth St.,
AOENT roil TUB DISTftfOT OP COLUMMA.
TTSI'lll'cnilllSTKIl .1TTI1 VCTIOM
uvi-.i; a Jiibi.io.i uibTitinuTr.n.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated by the Lnglslatura In 1808. for
l.ducatlonal and ClisrltaMo purposes, and Its
frunolilso mado a part of tho presont Stato Con
stitution, lu 1870, by an overwhelming popular
Its drum! Kxtraordlnary Drawings tako plaoo
soml-nntiunlly (Juno nnd Vccoinbnr), and Iti
(irand Hlnglo Nuralitr Drawings tako plaoo on
each of tho other ton months In the yeur, and
nra all drawn In public, at tho Academy of
Music. Now Orleans, la.
"Its ilohtrtljy Cfrtlfu that vtiupenlt tht itr
ranfftmenU for all tho itonMij ant A';;ii-anniiif
Vrawlnijt ofllu LomtUina State lMlenj Vompany,
anilln ptrsvn manips and control th Draiclna
thtmiftctt,and thai Via hum axe conducted teilh
noM$v,rairiien and In good faith toward all (Kir-
11, imu ive uHiauritr uiit ummyany 10 una iiw cer,
lycuic. inrt jucetmuee
ached. In lltaJvertlteintiUi,
tifcate. ntth- facilmllti of our elonaturti a-
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
We, tho nndorslgned Banks and Bankers, wl
pay all prizes (Iran 11 In tlio Louisiana Stato Lot
teries, which may bo presonted at ouroounters.
11. St. WALMSLEY, Pres. Ln. Nat, Bank.
P. LANAUX, Pres. Stato Nat. Bank.
A.BALDWIN.Pros. N. O. Nit. Bank.
CAUL KOIIH, Tros. Union Nat, Bank.
Orntul Monthly Dniwlng, at tho Aoadomy
of XIuslo, Now Orleans, TUiiSDAY, November
CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000
100,000 Tickets at Twonty Dollars each;
Halves, $10; Quarters, S3; Tenths,
$!2: Twentieths, 51.
LIST OF pitizns.
1 PRIZE OP S300.000 Is $300,000
1 PIUZKOI'' lOOODOIs 100,000
1PIIIZKOI' 50,000 Is Gll.000
11'ltlZltOl' 25.0001s !,00)
JJ'iUZKHUP 10.000 nre '20.00O
5 PHIZES OK 0,000 aro 23,000
1,000 nro 2B.00O
ooo aro 00,000
:ioo nro oo.ooo
200 aro 100,000
V!l)0 PUIZICS OV
100 Prizes of 8000 aro 850,000
1(H) do HOD aro 110,000
100 do 200 uro 20,000
DOOPrlrosof $100 aro pn.flOO
OOP do 100 aio fcO.UDO
il.l.lll'rltcj, nmonntlng to jrosi.alo
NoTE.-Tlckots Drawing Capital Prizes aro
not outltlod to terminal I'rizcs.
Er7Fou C'lu b llATfs, or anytnrther Informa
tion desired, write legibly to tho undersigned,
dearly stating your residence, with btato,
County, street and number. Moro rapid return
mull delivery will bo assured by your onoloslng
an Envelope boarlng your full address.
bond Postal Notos, Express Jlonoy Orders, of
New York Kxcliango In ordinary lottor. Cur
rency by Express (at our enpense) nddrossed
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Now Orleans, La.
Address Registered Lottcrs to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
Now Orleans, La.
DnurnnrnThat tho prcsonoo of Oenorats
ftuYlEIVlDLll Donurogard and Early, who ore
in clmrgo of tlio drawings, is a guarnntoo of ab
solute falmoss and Integrity that tho ohaneoj
arc ull equal, and that no ono can possibly dl
Vlno what number will draw a Prlzo.
"Jli:.Mi:.MIII'.lt, also, tlmt tho paymont ot
Prizes Is (lUAUANTKUD BY FOUlt NATIONAL
BANKS of Now Orleans, aud tha Tickets aro
slgued by the President of an Institution, whoso
chartered rights aro recognized In tho hlghost
Courts; tborofora, beware of all Imitations aud
JL (Successors to Modlll is Wltherow),
rniNTEItS AND STEREOTYPES,
1107 E stroetn w, Washington, D. 0.
GOOD WOltK AT PAIlt PHICE3.
I prescribe ana rally sn.
done lllc a at tho only
ipeclHo for tbe cerlslncur
ot tills dlnaastf.
Amtttrdam, ti. Y.
We bars told Big G fo
many years, nnd It has
RIYtn me oeik ui aaiia
S1.00. Bold by DruggUta
HEALTH IS WEALTH!
lilt. 11. U. WLSl'S Nl.llvn ANU 111IA1H TllEAT-
jient, a giuruuteod speelllo for Hysteria, Dizzi
ness, Convulsions, Pits, Nervous Neuralgia.
Headache, Nervous piustratlon caused by tho
uso of ulcouol or tubuceo, Wakefulness, Slontnt
DeprossUm, soltonlng of tho Brain resulthu In
In.mitty uud leading to misery, decay mid death,
Prcin Hiiro Old Age, Barrenuess, Lois of Power
in either sox, Involuntary Losses nnd Spermator
rhoea ciiused by iiver-oxertlon ot the brain, solf
abuso or over-ludulgencu. Each box contains
ouo month's treatment; St a hox, or six boxes
for 35. sont by mall prouuld on rooelpt of prico.
1 ' ' WBllUAKANTEK SIX BOXES , , ,
to tuio any ease. Wlthoaoh order recelveil by
us fur six boxes, accompanied with SO, we will
send the purcliuser our written guarantee to
refund tho money If the treatment does not ef
fect u cure. Guarantees Issued ouly by O.
U1IU1ST1ANI, Druggist. Som Aosnt, -181
Pouna. nve., between lVu mid tlth st s.
OUTHK LKIUOU HABIT CAN BE CUBED BY
ADMINlSTEItlNa Dlt. HAINEb'
Can nu given In a imp ot coffeo or tea without
tlio knowledge of thopersou taking It. It is ab
solutely hauidosa, and will effect a uorinuueut
und spcudy cure.wliether tho pallout fa a inodor
I niourinKeroriuinicunouo vtreos. u ussnouu
gienlu thousuids of oases, and ln every In
stuuuo a irfeot euro has followed, it NUVBIt
l'Al LS. Tho system unco Impregnated with tho
brot lllo.lt bocomes un utter Impossibility fnr
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