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TIIE EVENING POST, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1888.
The Evening Post.
IVo loved tlib solf-simo clit at school,
Ho liatcil hid I knew It.
Ho tool: to printing delving fool
Wlillo I became a poet.
I wooed ttic nmlilcn fair to sco
In rnptuiotis zomnnzas,
AVtillst lio. my foe, unknown to me,
"Sot up" mv airy stanzas.
What I composo 'mid sighs anil tears,
My lovo'a poetic data.
In coureo ot tlmu In print appears
With numerous errata.
I latoly wiolo wllli sweet intents
A Graceful pauegyrle,
In which Iter "(Jrcclau lineaments"
I praised in measured lyric.
ltut now her rago Is to ho feared;
Hho's sura to bo excited;
For "greasy liniments" appeared
The lino that 1 Indited.
Thero Is no chance, mcthlnks, for mo,
Wen though my cli.irms wcro (-renter,
Thouch better I composo than ho,
v Still ho composes later.
THE BEAUTIFUL GREEK.
In a small city ou; tlio borders of tlio
tJlnck Sea thero lived n young girl of
lixtcon, who wis a ponrl of tlio llrst
water a mnrvol of beauty, grnco nnd
Ingonlousnusa. Never did tlio brain of
a poet in Us most Inspired ocstusy Inv
Bgiuo a typo of beauty inoro ,puro nnd
This young Greek belonged to a family
of tnodorato means. All of the mothers
of tlio littlo city of Xnuthus wcro jealous
of the mother of Isea, this lovely chMd.
Tho young girlH lcgurded her with a
(secret spltoj tho men lost their hearts
and rcposo; young and old all wcro
enamored of her. Tho old woman said:
"Isea possesses nchium, that is certain.
Her ncauty is unnntural."
Tho Puslia, or Governor, of tho prov
Inco had a son who lived in Constants
jioplo. During ono of his visits to his
father nt Xantlms ho encountered Isea.
It is hardly necessary to say that ho
loved her distractedly. In his enthusi
asm he cried:
"This young girl can only bo a hourl
escaped lrom the paradiso of our great
Ilia mother, a good mother to him, was
tllsiuilotcd by tho singular stato of hor
Bon; sho questioned him, and made him
confess his love for Isea.
Her son tola her that tho parents of
Isea wcro not rich, and that a largo for
tuno would, without doubt, inlluenco
them. Ills mother promised to mako a
trial tho next day. Consequently tho
wifoof tho Governor was announced to
tho parents of Isea.
Tho ladv made her demand, and of
fered a largo Bum of monoy. Sho
promised. In tho namo of her son, that
lnca should be tho only and wcll-bolovcd
wlfo of tho young Mussulman, and
Bhould be at liberty to follow hor own re
ligion. Tho parents replied that their
daughter could not csnousoaMussulman,
and nothing could Induce them to change
"When tho young man heard this his
despair so allectcd his mother that sho
formed a plan in her inind, and, bidding
her son cheer up and roturn to Stamboul.
nd beforo a month had passed ho would
bo in possession of tho beautiful Isea.
Fifteen days after a boat cairying tho
Austrinn flag touched nt a city situated
a. fow leagues from that In which Isoa
lived. An old Turkish woman nnd two
eunuchs, nccomnanivd bv a ladv. who
Beamed young notwithstanding a thick
veil which concealed her face, camo on
board tho boat.
Tho commander of tho ship had been
excited by tho resistance which tho
young woman seemed to mako to hor
companions. Ho passed and rcpassod
near tho place where sho was, and was
convinced befoio long that sho was
guarded hy these people.
Something In tho Cautaln's face Bccmcd
to show tho veiled lady that In him sho
had a friond, and a short timo after,
while tho Captain was on tho lower deck
talking to his lieutenant, ho saw tho lady
pass, leaning on tho arm of tlio old
woman; sho had n calm and rosigncd air.
Bho passed twlco; then at tho third time,
by a quick movement, disengaged ber
Bolf suddenly, nnd springing down the
steps, fell at tlio feet of tho Commander,
crying: "Help and protection ! I am a
At her cries and tho noiso of her fall,
Iho passoncers rushed from tho saloon,
raised and surrounded hor; but tho old
woman, rocovcicd from hor surprise
camo qulcklv to tho bottom of tho stairs,
followed by 'hor eunuchs. Then an ani
mated dlsputo commonccd tho eunuchs
took out their sabres and tried to seize
hor; the infuriated old woman was bo
foro hor liko a harpy, holding her by
the arms and gaimcuts. Hut tho Com
mandor took a rovolvcr from his pocket,
uiul signillcd to the eunuchs that ho
would blow out their brains if they
touched tho young lady.
"Sho is a Turk,-' said tho old woman;
"you havo no right to her."
Tlio young glii, tcaiing away tho veil
which covered lioi faco, and, casting It
from her. ciied: "They Hot I am a
The faco which sho now exposed to tho
ga?o of tho commimdor and passengers
was tho most beautiful that could bo Im
agined. A Greek pi lost on board, bear
ing tho discussion, cmno forward. On
porcoiving him tho young girl cast her
golf at his tcct, Baying:
"Suvo mo, my futhor; I nm of Greek
oricln and religion; they havo tieachcr
onsly stolen mo fioin my family.
Madam designs mo for tho harem of her
Tho Captain Hpoko to her In Tuikish
nnd told hor that tho boat rcpicsontod
Austila, consequently tho young girl had
nsked protection of this nation, which
Bhould bo given to hor; that she had no
more right over her faincu the Austrian
Hog piotccted her; furthoimore, sho
jnust letlro with hor eunuchs or ho would
ho forced to deal soverely with hor.
When Isea was rccoyerod 'from hor
violent emotion, tho priest told hor that
to protect her clVccllvely ho must know
how nnd why Bho had been enslaved. A
circle was formed around hor, for a very
lively curiosity hnd been excited. Sho
told,' lu tho flist placo, what wo already
know, the demand which had heenmado
for her hand by tho boh of the Governor,
nnd tho reply of her father.
"My mother is acquainted with sov
oral Turkish families, nnd ono of them
invited mo to spend tho day with them.
"While there a domcstlo In ought mo iicup
of roueo, which, nftor I drank It, gave
mo a violont hcaducho, and lluully
robbed mo of my senses.
"When I awoke I was lu a cairingo.
seated bcsldo tho l'ashn'B wlfo mill
guarded by two ouuuchH. T tried to cidl
for help, but they threatened to gug mo
if I uiudo any outcry. Tlmy llnnlly
brought mo on a boat, nnd how I cs
oit'id them you all know.''
When the boat reached Constantino
ple, tho captain hoisted tho Austrian
fta?. Ho put tho olIlcciB under aims,
uiul gavo ovpress oiders not to permit
liny onu. to loavo the boat. Tho young
(till ho looked lu his cabin, under a guard.
It wns well that ho took theso pi coali
tions, for as Boon as tho anchor was enst
th" young Mussulman urriu'd, escorted
by Hovoral Impuitnut TuiMhIi poison
nges. Hia mother told him all that had
nassod. IIo was furlnui and demanded
that tho voung girl should bo delivered
to his sufto.
But tho captain could not ho Intimi
dated. Ho lad tlio boat under tho guiud
of his mnto, and ran to tho Austrian
Kmbnssy to oxnlaln tho matter to the
Ambassador. As soon ns all the circum
stances weio fully rolaled to him, the
Ambassador camo to tho boat, look the
young-girl on his arm, nnd descended to
Ilia littlo barge, wliuro tho Austrian Hag
waved, and escorted hcrlo tho Uinbnwy,
thereby lusuiing her Austrian protec
tion. The Ambassador wrote Immediately to
tho pnronls of Isea, to unsure them of hor
Bafety. Aftor all this tho young Greek
ncamo the maid of honor to n powerful
lady, who married her to a young lnun
of her court.
AN UXPUNSIVI CAMPAIGN.
What It Cost llntlt I'm Ilea fur Tliclr
Work lu Inilliina.
IndiAnapolis, Ind., Nov. 13. In
many lespccts tho cntnpalgn just closed
has boon mi exceedingly expensive ono,
and the burden has been greater on tho
Republicans than upon their competitor.
Much gi cater was the cost to Republicans
in tlio matter ot telegraphing, printing
and expenses) of speakers. As a rule,
although nearly all tho foreign speakers
wero men of meant, tho committees paid
tliclr bills, tho only exceptions being
11111 and Thurman for tho Democrats nnd
Ulnliio and possibly MoKInlov and Forn
Iter for the Republicans. Still again tho
Republicans were distrustful of tho postal
service and much of their campaign mat
ter, particularly that Involving thoBccrot
work of tho party, was forwarded by ex
press, or elso tho contents wcro tolo
graphed. Thoro was also a material difTcicnco In
clerk hiro, tlio Republicans employing
experienced men, wlillo tho Democratic
Committee had a number of boys for tho
mcio loutlno work. An cstlmato places
tho expenses of tho two parties in oxcess
of $500,000, two-thirds of which was
borno by tho Republicans. Tho follow
ing tnblo gives tho approximate amounts:
Printing and utatlonery. 20,000
Distribution to counties. 80,000
Tho Republicans charged that tho
Work-Houso management released a
number of prisoners on election day con
ditioned that they voted the Democratic
ticket, and this afternoon tho Mayor and
Court Clerk, provided with a list of pris
oners who Bhould bo In custody and ac
companied by a representative of tho
Committcoof Ono Hundred, visited tho
Institution by stealth, oxpcctlng sensa
tional developments. Tho records
showed a few escapes, but in tho cases in
which tho Investigating party were par
ticularly interested tho Superintendent
exhibited rcmittants signed by tho Clerk
nnd Mayor, tho genuineness of which
they admitted, although tho Mayor in-
sived that ho had novcr authorized them
and tho Clerk sworo he had novcr re
ceived any payment on lines. Tho In
vestigators went to shoar sheep, but were
FACTIONS IN LOUISIANA.
Tho Statu Already Kmbrollcil Over tlio
Nr.w Orleans, La., Nov. 13. The
election of Harrison has nlready de
veloped a blttor and gavago war among
tho Louisiana Kepubllcans, who aro de
nouncing each other in tho strongest and
most vigorous terraa ns guilty of
treachery and other political crime. The
light is between tho now nnd old Repub
licans ino lormer leu oy xur. .uutiioy
Coleman, tho only Republican Congress
man from Louisiana, and tho lattor by
ox-Governor and now Senator Kellogg, a
carpet-bagger and formor boss hero.
Coleman is a Southern man nnd ox
Confedcrato. who went over to tho Ito
publicans with many others four years
ago on tho tariff quostion. Ho is very
popular, and when nominated for Con
gress, and notwithstanding tho fact that
tho old-timo Republicans, with Kellogg
at tholr head, did all in their power to
beat him, carried tho district, although it
is a whtto ono, and went lor uicvcinnu
by a thousand majority.
Coleman is seized with tho idea of
organizing a roputnblo Republican party
in Louisiana with nntlvo whites at
tho head, nnd throwing tlio old carpet
bag crowd overboard. A meeting was
hold last night in honor of Ilarrisou and
Kellogg, and Coleman, as tho only Re
publican Representative, was nsked to
speak, but refused to havo anything to
do with it, and announced his pusposo to
cut freo fiom tho old crowd.
Tho Kellogg men returned tho com
plimeut with savngo denunciations of the
now Republicans, nnd tho war grows
moio blttor ovcy day. Tho fight, of
courso, Is over tho Federal offices, nnd
bets aio about oven that tho carpet
baggeisor tho Southorn Republicans will
TIIK l'KKSS KKSPOSSHILK-
l'lery Spm-olies liy tlio 'Anarchists ut
Minneapolis Last Night.
Minneapolis, Nov. 13. About 300
peoplo nssomblod Sunday night to tako
part in tho festival of borrow over tho
hanging of tho Chicago Anarchists. Tho
Bpcechos woro of tho most llery order,
Tho press wua abused in tlio most violent
manner. Somo of tho speakers attacked
the reporters who wero present. Thoy
all said tho press was lesponsiblo for tho
iiaymniketriot. Thoro was no dlstuib
mice. Several policemen weio stationed
In tho'linll, but their services were not
needed. The hall was decked with red
Hags, and tho globes over tho gus jots
oro blood red.
Hawthorn!) mill Tho .Scarlet Letter.
Good out ot ovll found a pretty Illustration
In tho cato of Hawthorne's removal from of
fice Ho was crushed by the blow, nnd
staggered to his humblo homo full of bitter
disappointment. No ono know him thou as
ono of our crcatest yes, tho world's greatest
men of genius. Ufa wlfo quietly left tho
room, sii) Conway, then came bade with an
nrmtiil of wood, kindled a cheerful Arc, drow
his chair up to tho desk, brought impels, pens
and Ink, und then, turning to film ullh a
beaming face, said i "Now you can ft rite jour
book." Tlio result was "Tho Scarlet Letter,"
and such famo as no novelist In America be
fore or since has attained. It was all duo to
his noblo wlfo. Ifadi'ho repined und uddeu
to this burden tho world would never havo
known Ilnwthorno, 8t. Louis Olobu Demo
crat. Safo to Kniploy.
ilauk Ofllclul You say you would like a po
sition as cashier ?
Hank Ofllctal-Do you belong lu tho city J
Applicant No : 1'vo cotuo from Canada.
Hank Olllctal Is thut jour uallvo pluco V
Hank Olllelal Why did you leavo It?
Applicant My doctor's ndvlee.
Hank Ofllclal Cllmato too sovero ?
Hank Otllclol I'.vor intend to go back
Applicant Novcr i It would bo cortalu
Hank Olllelal r.nroka I You aro just tho
man o want Report lu tho morning aud bo
Installed as cashier, Yankeo lllodo.
A Ht-ii llieixu,
Mr. Skynimor- I can't inaUo her mind her
helm worth u cout, Helen.
Mrs. BU j miner -Sho piolnblj Isn't mauled
to it, aud doesn't have to,- Time
NKWS OF Till) DAY.
Uccout llvmitft nf Interest llnlloit I'
fur Hasty Iteiullni;.
Thomns Axworthy, tho defaulting City
Treasurer of Cleveland, Ohio, has wtltten
from Montreal, Can., to tho Mnjorot Clove
laud, (ftlug that his departuni was dun to
sudden financial embarrassment rained by
losses on call loans In tho Uast, nnd glvlmra
sehcdulii of nsult which ho estimates at &171I,
700, sudlclent to mako good his shortage to
tho nltv. lhtnkois siv tho assets nro worthless
or nf trilling value. Tho Mayor wont to .Mon
treal, hut failed to sco Axworthy. IIo will s?o
usrnlu. Axwoilby says ho will bo nn exllo for
Thcrowcro thlrly now cases of yellow lovir
reported at Jacksonville, Fla., jestcrday Tho
deaths for Iho day wcro three, ns follows:
Amanda Owen, colored j James Hlckors.IIawk
street, and Jcmilo fihcphinl. Of now eases 1 1
wero white and 10 colored. Total cases to
drte, l,RU; total deaths. 8S3. Owing to a sus
picious death nt Kllnvlllc, on tho lino of tho
Florida Knllnny and Navigation Company,
Muillson City, a few miles beyond, lias quar
antined ngiiiiist tho former place.
A young couplo of intelligent and roflned
appearance registered Sunday night nt the
Knrwell Homo, Chicago, as Charles I'aulsrjn
nnd wife, of Milwaukee At noon jestordjy
they wero found unconscious nnd tho room
llltd with a slung odor ot eras. Tho man was
dciulj the woman was uncoiiselou, but still
breathing. It Is not i bought sho ran recover.
It Is thought to be a caso of suicide.
A special dispatch from I.lltlo Hock, Ark.,
says tho trial ot Dr. II. 0. Illtc, Kran Mllllu
eer, Col. Ucckman, l'rauk Davis and Caleb
Olascoe, charged with liitlinlilallna Govern
ment wltneises, commenced thero yestcrdny.
The mon weru said to bn membersof nn organ
ization similar to 'lie W'lilto Caps of Indiana,
and tho caso promises somo Interesting reve
lations. Lionel Humes, aged twonty jcars. nnd
Victor, aged sixteen, sons of Itov. Dr. Hums,
ot Kingston, Ontario, started out In it carioo
to shoot ducks on Saturday last and havo not
returned. 1 heir canoo has becu found bottom
up, nnd It Is supposed that both young men
havo been drowned.
SIgnor Crlspl, Minister of Foreign Affnlis,
has assured tho Viciich chnrgo d'affaires that
Italy would extend a cordial wolcomo to M.
Mariana, tho now Ambassador of Franco. Ho
also Informed him that It was tba deslro of tho
Italian Government to remove all causes of
misunderstanding that exist between Italy nnd
John C. Mover, of Now Brunswick, N. J.,
tho oldest son of tho lata millionaire, Chilsto
phor Meyer, died nt Atlantlo City Sunday
ovenlngot pnouin'onltt, nged 18 years. Howas
manager of tho Now Jersey Hubbcr Works.
Ho leaves a widow and two children. Ills cs
tato Is valued at about $'J,000,003.
Gen. Fltz-John Porter has Issued tho follow
ing notice: "Tho president of tho Society of
tho Fifth Army Corps with great sorrow an
nounces to ths society tho death of Hrevct
Hrlg.-Ocn. J. Bon man SwcoUcr, of Pittsburg,
l'a., ono of tbo bravest ofllcers in our gallant
A Chinese laundrymnn wns shot In his laun
dry in West Randolph street, Chicago, somo
tlmojcstcrday morning by a woman named
Aunlo McKay. Iho Chlnain&u was found un
conscious nud coveicd with blood, which
flowed from a wound In his breast.
The sentenco of Mrs. Sarah J. Robinson,
who was to b&vo been hanged on Friday next
at Somervlllo, Mass., for tho murder ot her
brother-in-law, Prlnco A. Freeman, by
poison, lu Juno, 1885, wns yesterday coin-
miuou io solitary imprisonment ior mo.
Benjamin II. Stout, manager of tho South
ern Express In Mobile, Ala., died Sunday
night suddeuly of heart dlscnso, aged 35 yenrs;
ho wns n native of l'nducnb, Ky.
Georgo Cooper, of Portland, Conn., mur
dered his wlfo yesterday by cutting her bead
open with an axo. Jealousy wns tho cause.
Secretary Vilas and l'ostmastcr General
Dickinson havo roturnedto Washington.
Coal miners are rioting at Bovlor, Mo., nt
tho samo mtuo whero Thomas Wnrdoll, tho
ownor of tho works, was murdered by
strikers nbout six weeks ngo.
Patrick 1'ackcnham, who killed his wlfo on
April G, In Now York, by cutting her on tho
back of the neck with a razor, from the effects
of which sho died, was yesterday sentenced by
jiccurucr ciuyiuu lu uu uaugcu uu uuuuury i.
Sir Charles Warren, chief of tho Metro
politan pollco forco of London, has resigned.
Tho United States steamer Enterprise sailed
from Deyojiport Sunday evening for Gibraltar.
Ifcrr Vohscu, tho agent In Zanzibar ot the
German Cast African Company, has re
signed. A STRANUIJ DISAPPEARANCE.
A Yniinc rtmlWcnlthy llolross T.enves nor
Home and Nothing is llouril of Hor.
About thrco wooks ago Miss Susanno
Palrweathcr, a young lady, went to Co
lumbus, Ohio, from Now York ns a
visitor In the familv of Itov. J. V. King,
a formor presiding older of tho Metho
dist Episcopal Chinch. Last Friday, at
4 p. m., Miss Fairwoathor loft Rev. Mr.
King's rcsldonco to attend services ntthe
Catholic Cathedral, saying sho would ro
turn in timo for tlio 0 o'clock dinner.
Slnco then thoro Is no knowlcdgo of her
whereabouts, nnd hor mysterious disap
pearance has oxclted tho wholo city.
Miss Fairwcnlhcr was a tenchor of the
French languago In a Boloct ludies'
school in Philadelphia, whero two of
Rev, Mr. King's daughters wero for a
year or two under her instructions. On
their invitation shu camo to Columbus
to visit them. She was un huircss of im
mense property In Havro, Fianco, but
had lately met with a heavy loss by the
disappearance of a partner of her brother-in-law,
Prof. Lepperrier, of 139 West
iorty-iu st street, jnow ioik. this ro
veito swept away tho greater part of her
fortune. Her trunk, jowclry, clothes,
etc., wero all left at Rev. Mr. King's.
Tho ony hypothesis to explain her dis
appearance Is Buiclde or abduction.
Torrllilo Strain on Chins.
Somehody in ecarchtug Tor tho two grains of
wheat in tho two bushels of chaff composing
tho Congressional Ilccord ot tho session just
closed bos dlscovcicd that It contains 1,000,000
woids. Allowing 'J,O0O,O0O words to cover tho
utterances that Senators and ltcprcsentathts
did not mako thero would bo still 10,000,000 to
tho ci edit of tho vocal organs of our states
men. This would allow an uvcrago ot 05,000
words to each ot tho -101 men composing tho
two houses of Congress. As less than one
halt tho members do any talking at nil, except
to answer toll-calls, It Is orldout that a heavy
strain Is put upon tho chins of tho actual
talkers. Philadelphia Record.
Put Thorn Out or tlio AVity.
Sovoral porBOus who voio guilty of falsa
registration havo nlroady been sent to prison,
according to tbo penalties provided by law.
Thero aio others iniUor accusation nnd arrest
awaiting trial. Derides theso cases, thero aro
many arrests for attempting to vote Illegally.
Let no Innocent man suffer wroug. Let no
guilty man escape, whatever party ho trains
with. This Is not a party question. Now
Proud or Our Amiability.
'Iho campaign has becu so amiably con
ducted that every cltlzcu has a right to ho
proud of our politics, Let us hope that tho
amiability will bo continued to the end,
"Al.Iernej Dairy Wiiroiw."
Fresh Aldernoy butter, churned every mom-
III!' nnd dnllv
llverod In J Hi. "warn" pilots, 4tic.
perlh. Also cottngu iliccse, buttermilk aud
sweet mllk,5i perijt. Cieam 15c. per pt.
CREAM BALM WSgSwS
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awl lain in femplri,
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ClarL Ut Oliiiinn
A tmi tlelo U applied l ' ',', 'V,",'!1 "'i'li'i
nirruouhlo 1'rli'o W coat i J" t ' a I ,
ri-i,ltvrml, 111) rnnt- KuV UllOWWn, M
Wiuroii street, Nuiv or'
Ilulnyln Soltllnc tlio llloctliiu Keeps tho
1'eojilo Stirred Un.
A special from Wheeling, W. Vn
Bent Inst night, bhvb: Tho olllelal can
vnss of thu vote of tho Stato was In pro
grew to-day in every county, but as yet
the flittiation has not materially Im
proved, neither sldo abating ono jot of
tlio claims heretoforo made.
In tlio First Congressional district both
Republicans nnd Dcmorrnts havo matlo
application for a recount of tho votu lu
every county, and this work UI1 tako up
tlio grcatur portion of tho week. In
some of tho counties, notably Hratloti,
Hanlson, Marshall and Hrooko, tho re
count was in progress to-day, while In
tliis county It cannot be begun beforo to
morrow afternoon, and probably not un
til Wednesday morning, as at least a half
day, In addition, to tho timo consumed to
day, will bo nocossiny to complete the
formal examination of tho tally Bhoct.
Each btato Commtltco has also filed no
tlco in overy eoUuty in the Stato that
it may demand it recount for tlio olllco of
Qovomor, and if this Is done, tho pres
ent Btispenso will continue for at least
Among tho corrected lcturns received
bv tho Republicans to-day utis ono from
Mason County, giving Goh a gain pf 110
votes over anything herctofoio claimed
for him, nnd materially strengthening
tho conviction among Republicans that
he Is elected.
On tlio other hand, Dcmnciats still
claim the Btato by 750 in,iorlty, with a
majority of ono in tho l.egislntuio on
joint ballot; but this claim, like many
others, Is worth littlo or nothing in tlio
ahsenco of tho nctunt figures.
In the Fhst Congiesslonnl district,
whilo tho Republicans nrc claiming a
majority of Ilfty for Atkinson, Demo
crats assert that the recounts reported
this evening reduce Atkinson's majority
to fourteen, and exulting by promise to
wipo that out to-morrow.
In tho Fourth district, which hns boon
concecdcd to Smith, Republican, balf-a-do7.cn
times by tho Democrats and as
often pulled back, it is claimed lu Park
crebuig to-night that "Mun'' Jackson
has flvo majority. Tho excitement in
this city has been very apparent this
afternoon nnd evening, aud tho news
paper ofllccs are besoiged by crowds
whilo tho streets aro filled with tho most
XWotlnc nt a Missouri Mine.
A special from Bevlor, Mo., reports a riot
at tba coal mines nt that place Saturday night.
A striko has been prevailing thero for some
months nnd thero bnvo been frequent rows be
tween tbo strikers nnd tbo now men. A short
timo ngo n number of Swedes wcro engaged to
tako tho place of tbo strikers, nnd Saturday
night tho bad feeling resulted In a pitched bat
tle. A. J. Anderson, a Swode.was shot through
tho breast and killed and thrco other Swedes
were slightly wounded. It Is rumored that
ono striker wns killed, but this Is not con
firmed. Over ono hundred shots wero fired
during tho riot aud a number ot houses were
pierced by 6tray bullets. Tho sltuatlou Is crit
ical and tho mllltla will probably bo called
out. Thomas Wnrdoll, owner ot tho inlno,
was shot nnd killed by a mob of strikers nbout
six months ago.
Not Hor Iliisbniid.
Coroner Madam, wo have found tho body
of a drowned roan, and wo fear that
'That my husband Is dead? Oh, tell mo nlll
What did you find In his pockets?"
"Among other things a flask of whisky, a
"It was not my husband, or tho flask would
havo been empty." Lincoln Journal.
Conclusl vo J'- ldonco.
Myrtle He's awfully attentive to hor, you
Lily How far has It gonof
Myrtle Very far, I'm afraid. Ho held her
prayer book upside downjit church csterday,
and I'm sure I heard him say "a woman" In
stead of amen, Time.
Owing to the lateness of the season
nnd being compelled to make room for
our fall goods, now arriving, we have
concluded to close out our line of Car
riages at the fculo'wlng prices:
$18 Carriages; Upholstered in I'lasli, 12
22 " " " 15
25 " " " " " 18
30 " " " 20
535, $10 aud S15 Carriages, ffi! al $25
Those who have seen our Carriages
will appreciate the above figures. These
aro all the celebrated "Hcywood" make,
with Adjustable Parasols. Each Car
Opened and now In stock the most
complete lino or Carpetlngs in the city,
embracing Ingrain, Tapestry, Body
Brussels, Moquettes, yllton, etc,, at
prices given AS LOW AS ANY IN
THE CITY. i
Our Furnlturo Department now com
plete wito a large assortment of Parlor,
Bed-room and Dining-room Sullen, and
a miscellaneous atock unecpjaled in tho
We have made n sweeping reduction
in the prices of our Lace Curtains and
Portieres to make room for our new
fall goodb. i
WASH, B, WILL
I Fashionable Furniture. Carpets, Drapery
I AMI VI'IIOKSl'lIliY UOOI1S,
! !U7,iU0,;)U hBVKSTH SrilKKT,
t (UJ AMHI.J'V UIUISUM tU.
talk of our Cus
enough in that dept.
to make a talk over.
An almost incredi
ble 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
. ROBINSON & GO,
909 Penna. Ave.
HAVE YOU SEEN
$5 TtoaseMncjs ?
IF NOT, DO 80.
Tlio nccopnlzod Loader or
6 1 6 and G 1 7 Ponna. Avonuo
i "WASHINGTON, D. 0.
H. D. BKRR,
Importer and Tailor.
Fall and Winter Goods,
All of the Latost Novelties.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOTCH SUITINGS,
ETC., JUST ARRIVED.
MR. BAItK personally fits all carmonts mnilo
In our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
Our stock of Wldo Walo Diagonals Is com
ploto lllacks. Blues, Drowns nurt Oraja. Wo
mako these InlCutaway Suits, llat braided, for
S3:) no. These arc hoiiuImo Kncllnh Worsteds.
Correct styles and perfect lit i;u.irautcod.
HARBAN & BENNETT,
1-110 XTo-r STox'lc jSkrara.
BEST IS BEST
Thro' the World.
OUR FALL OPENING OP
Shirts to Measure
Cannot Be Excelled.
Cor. I&th'and G&t?
Tho Great Pennsylvania Routo
To the North, West and Southwest.
Double Tiaclr. Splendid Sceiicty.
Steel Haiti. Magnificent Equipment.
In EPrror Notesibui 1, 1888.
Trains leavo Washington, from station corner of
Blxth nnd B streets, ns follows!
Foil rimniiijo nnd tho West. Chloaifo Limited
Express of Pullman Vetllmlod Cars at iMiin
dally; 1 ast Lino, 8 go u m ilally to Cincinnati and
St. Louis . with ileoplwt t'ars from rittsliurjt Ut
Cincinnati ami HarrNhiirR to St Inils: dally,
cscopt Saturday, to Chlcaao.wlthSloeplliir Car
Altoona to ChlcaKO. Western Itxpross at 7.40
nm dally, with Hlccnlnir Cars Washington o
ri1?"!0 n"",.,st. '-""H. oonneotlmr dally at
Ilarrlsbiirtt wltli tlitmuh Sloenors for LohIstIIIo
and .Moiniihls, 1-aolflo Kxpros, 10 00 p in anlly
for I'lttsbiire and tlio w.st. with throiiKli
Weeper to Plttsburc.nin! I'lttiburir t Chicago.
I) UTIM Oltl! AND rOTOMAO ItAILllOAl).
ni'i'iMil'l,,,'f,rn.n'!.,uItt,f"a aml llochostor dally)
lot lluflalo and Nlairara dally, oenpt Saturday,
ltochester' '' 8le(!Pln Cnr Washington to
O.'iO a m dall v. except Sunday.
IoiiNrw VonK und tlio feast, 7.", 0.00. 11.0J
a nd 11. 10 a m. it 00, 4 10, 10.00 and 1 1 ,0 p in . On
Sunday, 9 00. 11.40 am, S 00, 4.10 10.00 and
1180 pm. Llmlteu Kvprcssof 1'nllman Parlor
nrs, imo 'a. m, dally except ounday, aqd 3.45 lira
dally, with dlnlnit oar.
Fen Boston, without change, SCO p m evory
Fun BnooKiTN, N Y all throtiBh trains con
neot at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annox, nironlfng direct transfor to Fulton
strept, avoldlnc doublo fcrrlaio ncross Now
lVn I'mt.AnririiM, 7.W, 0.00, 1100 and 11.40
nm, a 00,4.10,6.00, 10 00 and ll.aipm On Sun
day 0 00.11.40 am, S ft), 4.10, H CO, 10.00 and lUK)
pm Limited Kxpross nil parlor cars, 9.40 a m
woek-days and 8.45 p m dally, nlth dlnlne ear.
Foil IliLTiuonii, 0 35. 7.80. 0 00, 0 40.9.50,1100
nud 11.40 am. l03,soo, 8.4 4.10,4 20,4 40, 0 0),
7.40, 10 00 and 1 l.su p m. On Sunday, U 00. OM,
9.50. 11,40 nm, BOO, 3.15, 4.10, 0.CO, 7,40, 10.00 nud
Foil Pore's Cnnic Lmr, 7.20 a m and 4,40 p m
Ton ANNrous, 7.20 and OOO a m,1205. 4.40
p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 0.00 am,
ALEXAND1IIA ANI) FIlKDBIUOKSIlUna
KAILWAY ANI) ALEXANDHIA AND
.Foil ALEXANnniA, 0 00, 0.35, 8.40. 9.45, 10 57 a m,
13 01 noon, S 01, 1.25, 8.00, 0.55 0.05,8.03, 10.05
and 11.37 p m On Sunday at 0 00, 9 45, ID 57 a
m, 2 30, 5 53, 8 05 and 10 m p m.
Accomuouation for QuantIco, B 00 pmweok
Foil Hicujiond and tho South, 0 00,10,57 9 m
dally and 5 03 p m dally, oxcopt Sunday.
Tiiains leave Alexandria for Washington,
o m, 7.05, s oo, n.io, 10.15, 11.07 a m, J.2U, a w, u M,
u v, I .vo, o UU, IMU, JU.13, 11. U( u ID, 4u. o "U. ' .
B.io, 7.05, 0,11, 10 43 aud 11.05 p m. On Sunday
at 9.10 nnd 11.07 a m. 8 00. 5.10. 7.03. 9.SJ and
10 43 pm.
Tickets and Information at tho office, north
east corner of 13th str.et and Pennsylvania
avenue, and at the station, whero orders can ba
ltltfor thoohecklnrof baggaje to destination
from hotels and residences.
ciias. e. ruaii,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
Bnltlmore and Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In effoct NOV. 1. 1688.
Leavo Washington from station corner ot Now
Jersoy avenuo and 0 street,
Fon Ciucaoo and Northv. ost, Vostlbulod Lim
ited L'xpross dally 10,65 a id, oxpress 9.15 p in.
Fon Cincinnati and St. Louis, oxpross dally
8.00 nnd 0.45 p.m.
Ton PiTTsnuno nnd Cleveland, Vostlbulod
Limited express dally 10.55 a m and oxpross 9.11
For Lexington and Loonl Stations, tlO.10 a m.
Foil Philadelphia, Newark and Wilmington,
7.30 a in, 2.05 and A.25 p m dally, express.
Fon iNTrnMiniATB points between Jlaltlmoro
and Philadelphia, ts.00 a in nnd t1.13 n in
Fon Sinoehlv aud Intermediate points, J7.S0 a
ro, t4 80 p m
Fon IlALTiHonx, 8.00, 0.3O, 0.40, 7.80, 8.S0, OM.
11.00(45 minute train) a m., 13.10, 2.03. .1.15 (41
mlnuto train) 8 30. 40, 4.33 8.83. B.30. 0.45. 8.33
nnd 10.30 p. m. Sundays. 0 SO. 7.80 8.30. 9.41
nm, 1.15. e 05, 3.30, 4.30, 4.33, 8.83, 8.43, 8.33 and
10.30 p m.
Fon ANNAroLis, C40 nnd 8.30 a in. 13.10 and
4.31pm. OnSundays. 8.30am, 4.85 pm. Leivo
Annapolis, 0.40. 8.87 a m, 12 05, 4.10 p. m. Sun
days, 8 87 a m, 4,10 p in.
Fon Wat Stations between Washington and
Daltlmoro. 6.00, 0.40, 8 30 a m, 12.10, 3.80, 4.3
0.41 p m. Ou Sundays, 8 SO a in, 1.13, 8.80, 4.33,
I'nn Stations on tho Metropolitan Braiich,
0.3.1 a m, Jl. 15 pm for principal stations only;
10 10 a m, 14.83, ts.30 and t9.45 p m.
Fon OAiTiiEusiitmu nnd lntermedlato points,
tMlO n m, tl8.S0, 1.40, 5.33, tll.20 p in.
Fonllorn's nnd Intermediate stations, t7.00p
Ciiuncn train loaves Washington on Sundny
only at 1.15 p in, stopping at all stations on
Fon FiiEDEiiicic, tlOlOa m, .00, -14.85, t5.30 p
m. Sundays, 1.18 pm.
Ton IlAoinsTowN. 10.10 a m and 5 30 p ra.
Thains nrrlro from Chicago dally 7.20 a m and
5.13 p ra; from Cincinnati and St. Louis dally
0.80 am and 1.55 pin; from Pittsburg dally 7.80
a m, 5.15 p m,
Viioh Piiiudeltiiia, Chester and Wilmington
2.50, 7.10 nnd 9.03 p in dally und 110.43 a m.
FnoM SiNcimLir and lntermedlato iKilnts north
ot Baltimore, 10.00 n in dally, and U.15 n ra buu
Tiuins Leave Daltlmoro for Washington at
0.80. 0.30.7.25.9 00.9 05, 10.00 (43 mlnulu train),
11 CO (45 mlnuto train) am. 13.13.3.00.3 00. 4.10,
6.00, 0.00, 0.30, 8.13. 8.SOand 11.00 pm. On bundavi.
0.30, 9 00, 0 05, 10 00 am, 1.15, 2.00, 4 10, 5.00, 0.30,
8.15, 8.80 and 1 1.00 p m.
tExccpt Sunday. Dally. JSundayonly.
Ilacgago callod for nnd checked at lintels and
residences on orders loft at ticket ofllves, Oil)
and li)51 Penna. aveiuui.
W. M. UI.KMCNTS. CIIAS. O- SCULL,
(Jen. Munagcr. Uen. Pass. Ag't.
Piedmont Air Lino
Scueuule in Krrr.cr Auuust 13, 188S.
8:.1) a M llast Tennoi'eo Mall, dally for
burg, and stations between Alexandria and
Ljnohburg, ltoannako, llrlstol, Knoxvllle.ltomo,
Calcra, Munteomory uud New Orleaus. Pull
man Sleopor Washlugtou to Now Orleans.
11:21 A M-Fast Mall Daily for Warronton,
Charlottesville. (Jordousillle, etstlom Chesa
peake and Ohloltoiito.Lyncliburg.Hooky Mount,
Danville and stntlous Iietwern Lynchburg aud
Danville. Urcensboro', ltalclgh.Chnrlotto.Colum
bla, Augusta, Atlanta, Illrmlnghnm, Montgom
ery, New Orleuns, Texas ninl California. Pull
man Sleeper New York to Montgomery, In con
nection with Pullman Sloopcrs Montgomery to
Mjw Orleans, and M.iuu lloudolr Siuupcrs for
lllrmlngham, Vieksburg and Shrevenort. Pull
man Sledper Danvlllto Columbia and Augusta.
Solid trnlns Washington to Atlanta. Does uot
connect for 0. and O toute points Sundays.
3.30 r m DAiLr, except Sunday, for Manassas,
Strasburg, Lamy, and Intermediate stations.
Connects at ltlverton for Luray, arriving v.a
0.30 p ji. Westlhn Kxi'iiEsa dally for Warron
ton, Ooidousvllle, Clianottosvlllo, Iulsvlllo,
C'inulnnatl, nud summer resorts ou and neur lino
ot Chesapcako and Ohio routo. Pullmnu Sloop
crs and solid trains Washington to Loulsvlllo;
also for Lynchburg, Urlitnl. Ulmttunougj, Mem
pills, Littlo Hook and all bouthwestorn points.
Through Pullman Sleepers Washington to Mom-
his without chance.
11 ru. Southeiin txniEss aally for Lynch.
biug, Dtnvllle, Italfleh. Aslievllle, Uharlotto,
Columbia, Aiken. Augusta, Atlanta, Montgora
ery. Now Orleans. Texas and California. Pull
man Vestibule Hoencr Washington to Nhw
Oilcans via Atlun'u aud Mou gomery. Pull
man sleeiier Washington to Augusta, (la., with
Thains oh Wabiiinutom and Ohio Division
loaveW'ashliigtonD.OOa m, dally except Sun
day. and I.H P m, dally; arrlvo ltouml Hill
11:18a mand7fllpm. lleturnlug, loaoltound
Hill l 50 n m, dally, and 1:3(1 p in, ilatly oxcopt
bui'duy, arriving Washington 8:30 u m and U.S3
TiinoconTBAiNS from tho South, via Charlotto,
Danvllloanil Lvnehburg, nnlva lu Washington
7.1K) u in and 7.33 p in; via Bust Tennessee,
llrlstol and Lynchburg at 11:1!) a in and t):10 p
m; via Chesapeake nnd Ohio route and
Chiirlottsvlllo nt i):l( P m and 7.00 n m, Stras
burg local at U 17 a m.
Tickets, sleeping-car reservation and Informa
tion furnish! d, and baggago cheeked at oDlce,
ltioo Ponn jlvatla avenue, and nt Passengir
Million, Pennsylvania ltnllroad, blxth and U
stroetsAM1.8 t TAVL0U Uolll j,a81i ABOnti
Chesapeake and Ohio Routo.
gchcilulo In offoot SEPT, 1(1, 1888.
Trains leavo Union Depot, Sixth and It streols.
10 57 a. m Foil Newvoiit Nlws, Old Point
Comfort and Norf Ik, dally oxcopt Sunday. Av
IV" In. in. Fun stations on the Cliesapoike
and Olilo hi Virginia. West Virginia and Ken
tuiky, dally except Sunday. Sleeping inrs Clif
ton Forgo to Lexington, Ky.
B.30 p. m.-Fast WrsTxnN Exi'hess dally.
Solid train, with Pullman JlulTet Sleeping cars
to Louisville, Pullman senile to Cliiuiinatl, bt.
Louis, Memphis and N w Orleans
Oaki, OU Piuiu) I until a eiiue
' 11 W FU.LKIt.
Ueu, Pass. Aiivut,
DnUQS AND CHEMICALS.
Bright'B Dlaoaso of tbo Kidneys, Dis
cages of tho Nervous System, tho Urio
Aoid Diathosis, Gout, Bhoumatlo
Gout, Rhonmatlsm, Renal Oalonll
and Stono in the Bladder, Diseases of
Women, Dyspepsias, Etc, Eto.
W. S. THOMPSON,
703 Fifteenth St.,
AClLNTrortTiIK DISTniCTOr COLUMBIA.
PAST ALL PnnCKDKNT
OVUIt TWO MILLIONS DISLniDUTED.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
Incorporated by tho State Legislature In 1BH8
for liduentlonal and Charltablo purposes, and
Us franchise tnadu a part of the proi-ent Stato
Constitution, lu 1870, by an oKiiwuBUiiNa
Its (HIANI) KXTnAOnDINAltV DltAWINOH
tako plnco Si'ml-Auniullv. (Juno nnd December),
and Us (iltAND SINOLIi NUMIlHIt DHAWINCIrt
take place In each of tho other ton months of
tho year, and nro all drawn In publlo, at tho
Academy of Music, New Orleans, La.
"Wo do hereby certify that wo supervlfo tbo
arrangements for nil of tho Monthly and Semi
Annual Drawings of tho Louisiana Statu
Lottery Co., and In person manano nnd control
thu Drawings themselves, nnd that tho samo
nro conducted with honesty, fairness, nnd In
good faith toward all parties, nnd wo authorize
t .0 Company to use this certificate, with fao
; miles of our signatures attached, In Its adver
tisements." G. T. BEAUREGARD,
J. A. EARLY,
Wo tho undersigned Banks and Hankers will
Day nil Prl7os drawn In tho Louisiana Stato
Lotteries, which may bo prosentcd at our
II. M. -IVAr.MSr.KY, lrcst. T.!i.Nnt. nanlr.
1". T.ANAI1X, l'rost. Slnto Nut. llnnk.
A.IIAMIWIN, Prest.N. (I.Nat. Honk.
CIAHI. KUUN, 1'iost. Union Nut. Mnnk.
THE MAMMOTH DRAWING
WII.I. TAKE rLACE
At tlio Academy or Music, Now Orleans,
TUKSUAY, December 18, 1888.
GAPlTflL PRIZE, $600,000.
100,000 Tickets nt Forty Dollars) Halves,
9201 Climrtors, 10 j lSlghtlia, SB!
Twuiitlotha, $'4 1'Orlleths, $1,
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 PniZK OF $000,000 Is $000,000
1PIIIZKOF 200,0001s 200.00U
lPltl.ROF lOO.OOOIs 100000
1 PHIZKOF RO.OOOls 00 000
UPRIZKSOP un.oooare , co.ooo
BPlllZUsOF 10,000 are 0.000
1UPRIZKS0F B.OOOaro 00,000
un prizes OF s.oooare ao.ooo
10OPRIZKSOF OOare BOOOO
anO'PKIZKMOK 400 aro 80.000
60(1 PRIZES OF SOOare lOOJOOO
100 rrizcsof $1,000 aro 8100.000
lOOPrlzosof 8U()iiro..,.. 80.000
lOOPrlzosof dooaro 40,000
, TimfE NuMntii TEnMiNAie.
00 Prizes of $SOO aro $70,200
1)0 Prizes o( 400 aro i)0,C00
Two Numbeii TxnJiiNAijs.
000 rrlzos of J200 aro SIBO.OOO
1)00 Prlzosof 200 aro 180,000
tl,140Prlzo9, amounting to $2,118,800
Note. Tlokots drawing Capital Prizes are not
entitled to terminal prizes. A ticket drawing
a tl rue number terminal prize, will not bo en
titled to a two number terminal prize.
ZiTVon Club Rates, or any further Informa
Hon doslrcd, wrlto legibly to the undersigned'
clearly stating your residence, with state'
County. Street nnd Number. More rapid ro"
turn mall delivery will be assured by lour en'
closing an Knvelopo bearing your full address
Send Postal Notes, Express Money Orders, or
Now York Kxcbnngo In ordinary letter. Cur
rency by Express (at our expense) addressed
1W. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
Address Registered Letters to
m' OltLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
Now Orleans, La.
REMEMBER 3,'atthoprcaoncoof General
aro lnobargoof tho drawings. Is a guarantee of
absoluto fairness nnd Integrity that tho chances
lire all equal, and that no onu ran possibly di
vine what rumber will draw a Prlzo.
'RIlMKMIlIlli. also, that tho paymont of
Prlrcs Is (1UARAN PKED I1Y FOUR NATIONAL
HANKS of New Orleans, nnd the TlokeU aro
signed by the Presldont of an Institution whose
chartered rights aro rocognlzrd In the highest
Courts; therefore, bewaro of all Imitations and
all anonymous schemes."
I oreicrlba and milrerj'
dorse Dig (1 as the only
specific for the cerula cars
of this dlssse.
'I TO t. DATS
BQlUMIMd ! 11
We bvo sold Blr G fes
many years, and it nss
. elvsn ths best of satis-
31. 00. Bold by Druggist
HEALTH IS WEALTHI
Dn. K. 0. WEsr's Nrnvs and IIraim TnBAT
iiknt, a guaranteed siiocltlo for Hysteria, Dizzi
ness, Convulsions, fits, Nervous Neuralgia,
Headache, Nervous prostration caused by the
uso of alcohol or tobaeuo, Wakefulness, Mental
Depression, buttoning of the Drain remitting lu
Insanity and leading to misery, decay and death.
Premature Old Ago, Uarrenness, Loss of Power
In either sex, Involuntary Losses and Spermator
rhoea caused by overexertion of tho brain, self
abuse or oter-ludulgonca. Each box contains
one month's treatment; $1 a box, or six boxes
for S5. sent bv mall prepaid on receipt of price.
' ' WlUiUARANTlitJ SIXHOXKS ' '
to cure uny caso. With each order received by
us for six tioxoi, accompanied with $5, wo will
send the purchaser our written guarantee to
refund tho money If tho treatmont does not ef
feol a euro. Ouar.intees Issued only by.O.
till IllHl'l ANI, Druggist, Sole Aoent, 8l
Penna. live., betweou -ihi and Oth sts,
OKTHELICJOOU HABIT CAN DIJ OURKD BT
AUMINISTKHINQ DR. H.UNKS
Can do given In a cup of coffee or tea without
the knowledge ot the person taktug It. It Is ab
solutely harmless, and will effect a permanent
nnd speedy cure.whether the patient Is a moder
ato drinker or au alcohollo wreok. It has been
P.H e u In thousands ot casus, and In everylu
Ktiutoo a pcrlect utira has followed, I V NUVKH
FAILS. Tho system onco Impregnated with th
Specltlclt becomes an utter Impossibility for
the lluuur uppotlto to exist for sale hv S. V,
WAUI.'. under the Ubblttllonse; It. K.IIKUMI
KNSl'lNK. Kourteeuth street und Vennoutava
I PEERtESS DYES &&8S$S&
, WiJhWhwN mu. ;t-"-Ktfft1 Xfu jf-.ftfa"ajju-'"j,'t-1 ui WIltaWMfc ;j