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Tub Evening Posu
Ijonkl tho vnltoys nro thick with grain
IVichm ilrop In the grassy lano
lly tho orchard w.UI;
Applo. nt rained wllhcrlmm stntn,
Jhik In tho sunshine warm una bright,
Kuril to tli j nimll t ti it plpus for rain;
Jloh Whl'ol Hob White!
Augur of mlohlet, pipes for talni
Men who map on tho fruitful plain
Skirting tho town
Lift their ii)os to tho lilftlntc vnno
As the sun goo down:
Slowly tho furmor'H loaded w.iln
Climbs tho slopo In tho lulling llghtj
Ilohl Is tho von o that plps fr riilnl
Dob Wlillo! Dob Whlto!
Still from tho hillside pipes for ralni
Lo a burst at tho dnrkonod rauo,
Angiynnd luii'l: , , ,
Water murmur unJ winds complain
To tho rulliucr cluttct:
Iloustdiit Ihofiirtn, thocnielessnwnlt
Winvlng cnnroswhllolhu flro burns brlgnt,
Tunes his lips to tho old refrain!
01), tho nouii'l of tho blltho refrain,
Uoh Whltol ,, , . ,
Monday, Juno 1, 18 .Whnt n uesiu
tlful tiny It has liconl And how glad I
iia that I secured n desk ho near tliowin
3owt All diiy long I felt the soft, warm
wind blowing my hair with n gcntlo mo
tion nboul my face. Then, too, I can
glnnco out of tho window to tho old
gruvcyntd ncioss tho way, and watch tho
wind playing among tho blossoms of tho
old npplo ti cc there. It is so pleasing,
when my oyes glow tired of my books,
to turn thoin In tlint dheetlon, for tho
sceuo la so restful ami calm. I do hopo
nothing ivM happen to doprivo mo of
this pleasure, and yet an incident to-day
seems to impress mo that 1 may loso this
Tho In cltlcnt happonod near the noon
hour. I was looking acioss tho flold.
Tho warmth, tho faint pcifumo of some
applu blossoms in my desk, and tho
murmuring noise mado by tho girls
wlillo studying, conspired to mako mo
feel drowsy. 1 felt that I should cer
tainly have to put my head upon tho
desk and go to sleep If something did not
happen. And something did happen.
There is a wing to our dchool building,
In which tho janitor and his family ro
ldo. Their apartmonts command a
view of my window, and just as I grow
drowsv I looked up that wny nnd saw a
young" man sitting there binllinc, evi
dently at mo. As I looked at him ho
looked away, but whon I looked acaln
ho was still looking my way nnd smiling.
I felt indignant that any ono connected
with tho janitor should snnlo at mo. I
gnvo him ono scornful look and turned
my face away.
A low moments later i iookcu mat.
way again and ho was still sitting there
looking at mo. 1 felt an uncontrollablo
desiro to mako a face, and mado it. Ho
immediately arose and walked away. I
blush when I remember that at fifteen 1
should bo more ladylike, but I cannot
help thinking what a booby ho must bo
to bo nfraid of a girl's face.
Tukbday, Oct. 1, 18 .Tho summer
vacation Is over; in fact, school has well
commenced. I am not to go this winter;
thank Goodness, my school days aroovcr.
I sometimes dream that I am still a
Bchool-glrl, and fcol tho greatest relief In
tho morning when I awalso to find that I
am not. Lnst ovonlng I attended my
first full-dress party; tho nffalr was given
by tho parents of a friend of mlno in
honor of her birthday. Tho evening
was lovely nnd cool, so Hooked my best.
I woro pink; pink Is my color. 3Iy
friend's brothor, a great ndmlror of
mino, called for mo quite caily, so thnt
I might havo a chut with his sister be
fore tho guests began to arrive.
"Oh, Millie, how lovely you look I"
was her flist exclamation on seeine: mo.
"And I am so glad, for I expect Cousin
Frank to-night, of -whom you have ofton
heard mo speak, and I should bo do
llghtcd if you would tako a fancy to each
"Whnt nonsonso 1" I said.
And then wo began to talk of other
matters our dresses, tho flowers, tho
music, nnd our frlonds. l'rcscntly tho
guests began to arrive. Among tho first
was Dr. Frank Howard, my friend's
cousin, Ho seemed to tako a fancy to
mo at onco. Wo talked and danced
togotlior a great many times, and, when
tho tlmo camo for mo to leave, ho asked
to call upon mo. As I looked up from
fastening my gloves to reply and saw him
smiling down upon mo I could not help
but think I had seou him somowliero
before; but where? That's what
But ho was by far tho handsomest and
nicest gontlcman thcio.
Whdneway, Juuo l, 18 .Well, my
f tlciul Ida's wish hns como to pass, llor
cousin Frank nnd I did tako a fancy to
each other; in fact, wo havo been mariied
just ono month, nnd wo havo tho sweet
est littlo homo that any ono could wish
for. Frank and 1 aro sitting together in
our coy Httlo parlor. Tho conversation
turns upon my friendship for Tdn.
"Where did you nnd Ida first becoino
friends?" Frank asks.
"Why," I said, "wo woro school-girls
together at tliu Academy on is street."
"Is that so?" said .Frank.
I had quite a comical experionco at
And then to my astonishment ho told
mo of tho incident thnt I wroto in my
diary just four years ngo to day.
"What In tho nnmo of goodness wcro
you doing in the; janitor's house?" I
"Why, I had been called in to attond
ono of tho children and mighty glnd I
was, for I hadn't ninny calls In thoso
davs," ho nnswoiod.
Then n sudden look of intelligence
camo into his eyes ns ho added: "Why,
you don't mean to say you woro the
I nnswered yes. nnd ho asked mo why
I had so distorted my face. Then I told
him ho wus so lion Id 1 couldn't help It,
nnd asked why ho went away when I
did so. Ho said ho thought it better not
to encourage mo to ilirt that way. Then I
raised my hand to strike lilm. Ilo
caucht mo in his arms and .Chicago
Dangerous isxpnnsluns of loo,
Tlio Vngine erinq and JltilMtng Jtecord pub
lishes an interesting letter in rcgaid to tho
expansion of tee by heat, which explains a
Kood many phenomena that most peoplo
havo observed without being ahlo to account
for them. According to tho Icttci, a short
railway was onco built In tho piovlnco of On
tnrlo.whfch crossed a frceh-ivulcr pond, kuuwn
as ltlco luko, by a brldgo tno nnd ona-lialf
OotAwuy With tho .Spoilt,
IHiisvtixii, Kv Nov. IB, A burglar cu
t;rd tho residence of C. 1'. Atraorc, policial
passenger nguut of tho Louisville & Nnshvlllo
Itnllroad, ycstenluy, and succeeded In getting
uwuy with, $1,500 lu money and jewelry,
"Alilornoy Dairy Wiikiiiis."
Krcsh Aldornoy butter, churned ovcry morn
lug and demon din Jib "WiinV'pilutR, Wo.
I r lb, Ainu iultnuu tlifceo, butluriullU uud
twietuillk,&c, per o,t, (Jieum 15c. per pt.
TUB STATU lHil'AUTttKST ANXIOUS,
Ami Kiiwi rriini lliijlM'uii Only Como
by Mull Now.
Special to the A'cic York H'orM.
Washington-, Nov. i;). Tho Stato De
partment Is waiting with no lttllo anxiety
for u full report of tho latest develop
ments In tho llnytion difficulty. Tho
Uoston has already arrived oft Port nu
1'iinco and her comuinnder, dipt. Hum
s.iy, Is Investigating tho situation. Ho
hns full discretion to act as may seem
best to him in tho premises, though ho
has been cautioned not to becoino need
lessly embiolled in tho trouble between
tho Ilnytlen authoiltlcs and the insur
gent. A brlot roport has been received nl tho
Stato Department from .1. 11 W. Thomp
son, United States Minister rcsidont at
I'oit mi l'rlnco, which beais out tho pub
lished accounts of tho sclzuro of tho
steamer llnytion Ifepublic, Mr. Thomp
son is a full-blooded negro, who was edu
cated lu 1'aris. llo is a graduate of
medlclno, and is regarded as a man of
excellent judgment, Ho has been in
structed by tho Department to bo careful
not to tako sides In tho controversy now
Tho steamer Saginaw, which a rovonuo
cutter chased down New York Bay, Is
regarded hoi o as a "suspicious charac
ter." She did not receive her American
register until tho latter part of tho leeont
session of Congress, when it was srautcd
by special enactment. It Is bcllovod at
tho Nnvy Department that sho w 111 bo
captured by the llnytion authorities If
sho attempts to mako nny potts on tho
Tho State Department has received a
dispatch from tho owners of tho Haytlen
Kcptibllc, urging thnt another Vessel bo
sent lo liny U lo protect American inter
ests. Tho Kcarsurgo is now on her way
to Forticss Monioe. Tho only cablo to
tho Island makes lnnd nt St. Nicholas
Molo, which is now In tho hands of tho
Insurgents. Mail stcamcis must conse
quently bo depended upon for advices
Irom tho scat of war.
A TUIll'.lllhU JJUEIi.
An Aliiunmii Liuvjor mill n Doctor right
A Now York dispatch, dated tho 11th,
says: Tho Sun this morning publishes n
special from Birmingham, Ala., giv
ing tho dotails of rt terriblo
duel fought at Mountovalln, Ala.,
lust Saturday. AV. W. Shorlridgo, a
law ver, and Koboit Nnbors, a physician,
of that place, had a disputo concerning
some collections which tho lawyer had
mado for tho physician. They finally
agreed to settlo tno matter by fighting
with Bowie knives in n darkened room.
Tho mon entered tho room and fought
desperately for ton minutes.
Tho door was then broken In by
friends who had hoard the uotso of tho
duellists. Shortiidgo was found lying
on tho floor, cut and slashed in a terriblo
manner. Ho could not sneak nnd died
in n fow minutes. Dr. Nnbors, when tho
door was broken, rushed out Into tho
street. Ho was also cut in a frightful
mannor, and bleeding from a dozen
wounds. Do seemed to havo been mado
crazy by pain. Ilo ran down tho street
with his knlfo In his hand. Ho at
tempted to cut a negro whom ho met.
Tho negro knocked him down with his
fist. In falling Nnbors' skull was
fractured, and ho novel regained con
sciojmess. Drs. Sadler and Davis
wor'Jed with him until midnight, when
IS COh. DUDLUY MUANT?
Tho Or mill Jury nt Iiullnimpnlls Cliurcml
Indianapolis. Ind Nov. IB. Tho
Federal grand jury met on Tuesday after
noon, and was given a comprehensive
charge by Judgo W. A. Woods. Speak
ing of violations of tho election laws,
ho said tho press has charged that thoy
wcro committed during tho lato election,
and that It Is tho lory's duty to investi
gate tho truth. Dspcclal nttcntion wns
drawn to tho fact that an attempt to
bribo doos not constitute an olfcuse; but,
whilo It is not nu olTenso to nttompt to
bribo, it Is an olTonso to advlso another
to attempt to biibe, or In any way to
violate tho olection laws.
Tho jury was also Instructed in regard
to tho dutlos of olection officers, and
penalties attached to their noglcct or por-
vorslon, Iteforonco wns mado to a re
ported conspiracy to influonco voters and
circumvent the law on a largo scalo, and
Conventional Mining Camp How.
Si'OKVi.n Falls, Wash. Tv., Nov. 15. A
tolephono message from Burk's mining camp,
lu Northern Idaho, anuouuecs a serious shoot
ing aflray there lnst night. Charles Oarrott,
colored, and Joe Morgan, wnlto, wero drink
ing In Angus MacDouala's saloon and en
gaged In an altcicatlon. lloth men drow re
volvers and opened flro. Though tho coru
batauts could not sco each other on account
of smoko which followed tho first fow shots,
thoy blazed away until their rovolvers woro
emptied. James Shaunon, a by-stauder, wns
shot In tho ctomach and cannot live. William
Lvuam, another spectator, was shot tlirougli
tho shoulder, and OarrUt's unn wns almost
shot off. Morgan carao out of tho light with
a scratch and escaped to tho mountains.
Tho County Democracy.
New Yomc, Nov. 15. T ho County Democ
racy its meeting Tuesday night, ndoptcd icso
tlons eulogizing President Cleveland for fol
lowing tho dictates of duty In attempting to
relievo tho peoplo of n part of tho enormous
burden of unnecessary taxation, declaring
that thu attempt had aroused tho hostility of
monopolists, whoso contributions to tho Re
publican tuiid und whoso falso statements to
workmen caused tho dofcat of tho proposed
policy, nnd expressing confldeuco In Its ulti
mate victory. Tho resolutions dcelaro that
Now York city cast an lucrcascd voto for tho
ticket, and If the rest of tho country had dono
as well, President Cleveland would havo been
A Tax oil Ainorlonii I.unilionnon,
New Yoiik, Nov. IS. A STWiiKiia special
from Ottawa sajs: "An order in council has
been passed Increasing tho oxport duty on plno
logs from $13 to $3 per thousand feet. A mem
borof thoOoverninent oxplalus that tho in
cicaso Is directed against tho American lum
bermen who havo takon up enormous timber
limits In Ontario, and aro cutting down tho
choicest timber very rnnldly. Tho Ooveui
mont Is determined to make tno business un
profitable to Americans, and will Impose, a
heavier tax if necessary."
AUoeod I'rotost of Alnoilcnu HUhnps.
Lonuox, Nov. in. Tho Chroulclo's Homo
correspondent asserts that certain American
bishops lmo nuurcsscu a petition to tho t'ropa
gandn, protesting against tho predominant In
llueneo which tloiman Catholics taeitlsoln
America, Tho petitioners urgo that it Is not
advisable to permit tho formation of separata
German parishes, or thu nomination of Gor
man church dKjdjarles
Kon tho Children Murilor.
Seimouu. U., Nov. in, At St. John, Mo.,
last Saturday night, after a llopubllrau jollifi
cation, n boy noinoil Scott hurrahed for Jof
forson Davis. Will Daniels, a 111-yonr-old lad,
threatened to thrash him It ho repeated his of
fciislrochccilug. Scott again huriahod for
Jefferson Davis, nnd Daulols wns taking olT
hl coat to carry out his threat when Keotl
drew a poiikiillo and stabbed Daniels to tho
bcait, killing him Instantly. Scott is In cus
tody. John llilcht Coulliioil to Hod.
London, Nov. in John llilgbt Is still con
fined to his bed nud to-day sustained a slight
rcuowal of tho bronchial nfTcctlou from which,
will) other ailments, ho has Hiifteiud He will
! not bo nhh to lusume bio piull.imoulary duties
I fur a long tlmo.
THE EVENING PORT, THURSDAY
NKWS OKJIIK DAY.
Koci'lit Hvciitn fit lnlnrost United Down
for llnMy ItiMidlnir.
Among tho ont-of-lowu callers on President
elect benjamin Harrison, at Indianapolis yes
terday, was Hon. II, 11. bcott, of Wheeling,
member of tho National Committee from est
Virginia, and ninny other friends. Gen, Har
rison put In tho day bard nt work, trylugto
make a holo lu Iho blrx accumulated corre
spondence and Koiplng two swift stenog
raphers going tho ciitlro time. Ihcro Is but a
slight fulling off In tho votuino of letters.
Numbers of ballots nnd other mementoes of
tho campaign aro being sent In,
It now looks as If tho commission ap
pointed last spring will bo successful In re
moving thu Southern UUs from Colorado. A
council was held at tho agency Tuesday and
all tho Indians prcsont one-fourth of tho
tribe signed tho treaty piovldlng for their re
moval to now reservation In Utah. Tho opin
ing up of their present reservation will throw
open for settlement sovoral hundred thou
sand acres of the best farming land in Col
orado. As a result of nu Improvement In tho Iron
trndo tho ltoadlng Itnllroad Company yestor
day Issued orders for tho resumption of work
nt Its largo furnaco at liechtolsvlllc, l'n.,
which has been Idle for somo months. Other
company finances will resume as fast ns thoy
can bo repaired. Tho Glcndnlo rolling mill, u
few miles nwuy, also resumed icstorday.
At Heading, l'n., yesterday. United Slates
Commissioner Young held William D, Horn
ing, a promtuont member of tho llcrks County
bar, lu $1,000 ball for n honrlns: In Philadel
phia no.t Monday ou a chargo of h.nlng
taken Illegal fees for securing n pension for n
widow. Tho pension amounted to ,800.
Sarah Bernhardt appeared In tho Czech
Th(.atroln Forls last ulght. Sho iccclvcd n
frantic ovation and there wcro many cries of
"Vho la France." After tho porforinancotho
wholo troupo wns entertained by Czech losl
dents In the largest hall In tho city. Gorman
residents held nloor.
Twclvo nioro bodies wero unearthed yester
day moriitiiK In tho rulus of last Friday's great
flro at Hochestcr, N. Y. Thcsn nro In addition
to tho cloven taken out Tuesday. This makos
thirty-three (load accounted for. Thcroaro
probably ten or twolvo bodies yet In tho ruins.
Part of E. N. Cook & Co.'s distillery estab
lishment, nt buffalo, N. Y., consisting of n
barn and warehouse, was destroyed uy flro
yesterday morning. Four hundred barrels of
whisky nnd valuablo machinery wcro burned.
Loss will bo $50,000, fully lusurod.
Tho Queen ltcgont hns sont n noto to Scnor
C.itiovas del Castillo rr-crcttlug tho recent
demonstrations against hlui. Yellow fovcr
has biokcn out nt Santa Cruz do la I'nlmn.
T ho contaslnn was carried to tho port by a
steamer from Cuba.
Tho propeller Knoln, of Clydo's Line, ply
ing between Now York nnd riillndclphln, wns
sunk .Monday ulght iu tho ltaritau Hlvor, nnd
her cargo of merchandise, mostly wool, Is a
total loss. Her crow of twclvo men wero
In Paris, yesterday, I'rado, tho man who
murdored Mario Atiuctant for hcrjowcle, was
sentenced to death, no extenuating circum
stances bolng found in his favor. Tho mur
derer received his sentenco In a launty man
ner. Col. 0. C. Ilrlggs, of Grand Haplds, Mich,,
president of tho monument commission of
thnt Stnte, yesterday located tho position of
tho Michigan cavalry brlcndo monument noar
tho cavalry shaft east of Gettysburg, l'a.
A meeting of tho Sharchlodcrs, In tho Ger
man Knst African Company has been callod
for tho 2.1d Instant to dccldo tho advisability
of chartering a steamer nnd of onrnnlzlng a
force to recover tho Usambara dlstrfct.
Tho railing department of tho steel mill of
tho Bethlehem (l'n.) Iron Company started up
to-day after sovoral weeks' Idleness. Tho
converting department rcsumod work yoster-
Tho Pon'o has nnnolntcd Mer. Tcrslco Vicar
of tho Basilien of St. 1'ctcis, in return for bis
services in Ireland Tho appointment will
probably lead to hlghor preferment.
Tho Emperor William hns rocolved Count
Hoibert Bismarck nnd;Capt. Walllngof of tho
crul6cr Scbwalbo in connection with tho pro
jected Kast African Expedition,
Gov. Boavcr yesterday issued n warrant for
tho executlou of James II. Jacobs, tho Lan
caster County (Pa.) murderer, who will bo
"banged on thoOth of January.
Owing to political dissensions King Chris
tian of Denmark will not bo prcsentod with
nn addross on tho occasion of his twonty-llftb
anniversary to tho throno.
Tho Non-Conformist Unionists Association
f;ave a banquet last evening In London in
lonor of Lord Salisbury and Lord Hartlngton
at tho Hotel Mctropolo.
At an Anarchist mooting In Paris yostorday,
Louis Michel gavo a long account of tho lffo
nnd death of tho Anarchists who woro executed
Tho municipal council of Paris has decided
to tako part In tho demonstration at tho tomb
of tho revolutionist Baudln ou Doccmbcr -.
Tho condition of Duke Maxlmllllan of niv
alin has not Improved. Tho members of tho
family will arrivo ns soon ns posslhlo.
Tho Berlin Nachrlchtcn denies thnt a bill Is
bolnc prepared to Incroaso tho duty on to
A uknso has been Issued adding two divisions
to tho Eighth Army Corps In Western ltussia.
Tho report thnt nn attempt had been mado
upon tho llfo Of l'rlnco Ferdinand Is baseless.
Tho idea of an International conference ou
tho question of tho slavo trndo has been started.
Tho Gorman Government has ordored an
other cruiser to proceed to Zanzibar.
Thirty miners wcro killed by an explosion
in a pit at Dour, Colglum.
Tho British steamer Blackwatch was found
ered on November 12.
Qucou Natalie has staitcd for ltussia.
A Village Sonsutlon.
Wxnxsn, Inil, -Nov. in. A sensation
which Is agitating tho good peoplo of Lafon
talno, this couuty, was reported last nlcht.
Miss Ela Worloy, a pretty young lady of tho
town, wob set upon and sovcroly beaten while
standing In front of tho postofllco by Mrs.
.icroino iiuiu. wnu oi u lYUii-ivuunii icamuut..
Tho assailant, It Is alleged, used n club, and
the assault was of a savage nature. Tho mo
tlvo for tho attack has not bcon mado nubile,
but thcro aro many surmises. Mrs. Halo was
arrostod aud takon beforo Justlco Stewart,
where sho was found guilty and fined.
lllddilis Up tlio J-'jloo or Cotton.
Nmv Om.uiM), Nov. 15, Tho iVcdiune'j
Vlcksburg special says : "Agents of tho Me
ridian Oil Mills stood at the scales of tho War
ren and Vlcksburg Oil Company's mills hero
yesterday and bid up prlcosof cotton socd sov
cral dollars per tou to wagoners. It Is said
that representatives of tho Cotton Oil Trust
will confer' with tho Independent Mills to
morrow and try to havo a uniform prlco agreed
upon to stop tho war among tho rlal compa
nies." Mado Ton lint for 11 1 m.
Maiiion, 1st ii., Nov. IB. I'etcr Jackson, tho
only colored man that over had tho courago
to live lu Bluftton, luil., lias beon forced hy
tho Domocrats to ileo to savo his neck. At
tho beginning of tho campaign threats wcro
mado that if ho did not voto tho Domocratlc
ticket ho would ho lynched. Ho staid In
town, fmwever, nnd voted for Harrison. Slnco
clcctlou tho threats havo Icon rouowed and
Jackson has been obliged to leuvo town.
Insuno Over tlio Itcsiilt.
New Yoiik, Nov. IB. A lla aid special from
Louisville, Ky., e.i) that Alox. ltogcrs, a Gov
ernment storekeeper, need tlfty-two, has bo
como tnsaiio oyer tho icsult of tho I'resl
dentlal election. Ho hos been placed under
treatment, and It Is thought ho will reiover.
HKAM KAU mSSPFMS
w.i . wuuti rwv,.-- tw I -.
For thrta v.ceki 1
vii auffa Inpfrom a
jno' codf in head
aiulpain in temple),
After Only tix up
pliaitlom of Vly't
Cream Valm I am
tltticti. l'vtry truce
of my fold trdi ir
moi(t(, Henry C
Clml, 1st Dtiision
N. J'. ApiiutieritJH(trSBirfFti9
Office. mi "-""iri
i . i.( i.i In i iiiili tlrljt I II it till lit
a imrucio is uppiroi " ; ," ;;;; ,:";r
I r.'KMuod, (ID cent . r-ui unum,
Wairsu streot, Nuw Vork.
Our most ultra styles of
Boys' Garments aro mado
in such small quantities
that particular parents may
indulge some individuality
of taste in solecting their
sons' costumes, knowing
that duplicates are rare ana
not to bo found outside our
909 Penna. Ave.
$5 Trouserings ?
IF NOT, DO 80.
Tho Roccpnlzod Loader of
6 1 5 and 6 1 7 Ponna. Avonuo
WASHINGTON, D. O.
H. D. BKRR,
Importor and Tailor.
Fall and Winter Goods,
All of tho Latost Novoltlos,
FRENCH AND SCOTCH SUITINGS,
ETC., JUST ARRIVED.
MTt. nATtlt porsonally.flts all garments mado
in our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
Our stock of WIdo Walo Diagonals Is com
plete Illacks, lllucs. Drowns and Grays. Wo
mako thoso InJCutawny Bults, flat braided, for
S')3BU. These arOKeniilno English Worsteds.
Correct st)lcs and pcrfuct lit cuaranteod.
1410 ISTo-ucr "STonc !k.-v-e.
BEST IS BEST
Thro' the' World.
OUR FALL OPENING OF
PeiTiii's :G J crres
Shirts to Measure
Cannot Bo Excelled.
Cor. 1 5th and C Stff
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VEMBER lo. 1S88.
EDWARD F. DROOP,
1)23 I'KJIN.t. AVKMIK.
Call and cxomlno tho laruo stook of
tllhler.t tiro., A. II. C'hMO, Marshall As Wen
dell, Wlicolock, Decker & Sou, Urlgtfi, Orovo
stoeii Fuller nnd oihtr
Pianos sold on Installments, llxchamrod,
lluntud, Hcpalred, Tuned, Movul und Storod.
Sheet Mule, foir-fn and domestic: Musical
ir.dso.,otu.. constantly on hand. Ilinjo, tlultnr,
Mandolin, Violin und Uello Strings n specialty.
Grand, Upright and Square
:jp i .a. nsr o s.
BHCONDHAND PIANOS, n lino assortment
of prominent makes nt all prices.
PIANOS roil HUNT.
"War. ICnabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
"WM. R. Kiley,
Corner Ninth and 12 Streets NorthweBt,
IsolosliiKout nil kinds of
DRV ? GOODS
At Very Iteducod Hates.
E. G. BAYIS.
CLACK DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES;
7ig Market Space, Washington, D. C.
WOOD AND COAL.
V. Baldwin Johnson,
Wholosalo and Itotall Doalorln
Wood an-dL Goal.
Comploto Koollltlos. llottom Trloos.
Full Weight and Meat nro
Wood und Coal dlroot from tho forots and
mlnos by mil and water, nnd free from sin,;,
slate and other imparities.
GIVE JIK A TIIIAL.
Main Yard and Onloo. 1101 It. I. nvo.n. w.
llrauch " " BllAst. s.o.
llrnnch " " ClO-lUjst.n. w.
Uranch ofllco for orders, corner Tenth nnd I sts.
llranoh ofOoo for orders, oornor 10th and M sU
All connocted br telcphouo.
A. SucdeiJorstoJIcQIll Wlthorow),
rniNTuns and stckeotvi'eks,
1107 K stroot n w, WashlnRton, D. 0.
OOOD WOltlC AT FAIIt I'llICKS.
8. L. WlIXETT.
S. II. QwrNNB
Vorxnont are. uml T.8t. n. w.
Choloo Groceries, Moats and Provisions.
Tho Best Goods nt tho Lowest Prlcos.
Markotlnu delivered frco.
Darbour LawIlulMlnp 400 La. Ave.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
ltosldoneo. No. 11118 II at. Northwest.
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wholesale and Itotall Dealers In
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
31 1 i:iKhlh St. X. AV., noar lu. Avo.
Orddraor requests lor quotations elvon per
sonal attontlon, and satlsfaotlou guaruntcod In
price und quality.
Burnstine Loan Office,
yoi I'onii. Avo. N. W.
Jlonoy loaned on Gold and Silver
Watches, Diamonds, Jowelry, Pistols, Guns, La
leu' ana (lontlomon's Woarlni? Apparol.
old Gold and Hllvor bouitht.
Uurcdoomod Pledi:ys For Sale.
U. S. STAMPS WANTED.
Departmont Stamps, JIntcli, Medlclno and en
tire collections nought for ensh. Call on G. II,
MKKKUL, at Wlllard's Hotel, Saturday, Blth,
from 2 to 0 p. m.
IlavhiR recently fitted upi
VIIOlO-LMiiUt 10 1.STA1IMSIDIKNT
In co'iincotlon with my PATENT PJtOOESS, I
am proparod to furnish
ILLUSTRATIONS AT NP.W YOItK PItlCES,
Photographing ou Wood for tho Trade,
418 lUuvoutli Street N.W.
FINE FAMILY FLOUR.
aiir r.uni: or
uii.ii;n m n,
And you will always li.no beautiful Ilioad,
Holla uml Ulsqults. Wholosalo Depot, oornor
First street uud Indiana nieniio.
WM, M. QALT & CO.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Xst tXxo Only lE(3ioo
SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMES
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
003 1'IINNA. AVI.'.
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo
To the North, West and Southwest.
fioullc Tmch. Splendid Fcnrru.
Steel llailt. Magmtctnt KqUipmrM.
Ix jutect NovcMnrn 1, 1S8S.
Trains leave Wahlnstnn, from station corner of
Sixth and llntroots, as followi:
I'on PiTTunuii,, and tho M eit. Chlcwil Mtrflteil
litiircM of Pullman Vcstlljiilcd Oars at II .V) ft tn
dallyi l'.ut Lino, tf mum .Lilly to Clnolniiatl nnd
8t. Louis, with Mlpcplnir Cars from I'lttshurir to
Cincinnati, and llnrrMiiirrt to St LoiiU; dallr,
oTccptHntnrdny, to Ohlrauo, with Sloopii Our
Altounn tu Chlcaeo Ncstoru j:cpriv nt TrM
p m dally, with Sleonlns l'an Wiuliliietnn o
l.hlcairci anil Ht. Init., oonnoetlnir iially nt
llarrlslmrijvltlithiimeli.slooiior fnr Loulsvllto
nnd Merniihls. IMolIlollxproM, lOrt) i m uallr
for Plttshurtr and tho Wmt, with thronizh
Sleeper to l'ltlshiirtr, and PltMbitnr toChlcniso.
IIALTIJIOIti: AND POTOMAC ItAIMIO.MI.
t '"V.1. it? ". " fnnandalKti.i nnd Ilooheitcr dally;
Rim . l""1 Nlneara dally, oxcopt Satnrduy,
llothcIlcn' Sleeping fcrtr Vshlnton to
Foil Wiu AMronT. Lock Haven and Elmlra at
Oiii n m dully, except Sunday.
lonNew Yomc und tholIat,7S0, 000. 11.00
and H.l0nni,a.a),4l0,10C0 and ll.aip.m. On
Stindiijr, 0 00. ll.ii) n. m, a W, 1,10 10 00 nnd
1120 pm. Limited Ksprpsi of l'nlimaii Parlor
lars, o ) ft m, dally except Minday, unit 3.15 pin
dally, Willi dlnlne ear.
Foil Hostok, without chango, SOO p m ovcry
Fon HnooKf.rM, N. Y'..ntl throuirh trains con
nect nt .!rruy City with boats (if Ilrooklyn
Aunox, airordlng dlroot transfer to Pulton
stroot, avoiding douhlo fcrrlnjio aoros-i Now
fon 1'im.Anri.riiu, 7,50, CM, 11 00 and 11J0
n in, a on, 4.I11, 0 no, 10 00 and ll.U) ti m On Uun
day.uw, 11. 10 11 111, six), 4.10, n 00, IO.OO and 1I.W
pm. Limited Express, all parlor ear", 0.10 am
wock'days und 8,4'ipm dolly, with dlnlncar.
rnnlULTIxaiie, 831, 750, U.l0, 0 40, 0. SO, 11.00
nnd 11.40 a. m, u o a 00, 3. , 4.10. 4 im, 1.10, n iw,
7,40, 10.W nnd 1 1 so p m. on Sunday, l) 00, o on.
n.oo.ll warn, 800,3.11,4.10,0.00, 740, 1000 and
Fon l'orx's Cn.RK Lmr, 7.20 am and 4.40 pm
dally, except Sunday
Pern Ahiui'oli, 7.1S) and 0.00 a in, 1C 0 1.19
P 111 dally, except bunday. Sundays, P.00 n m,
4.10 p m.
ALEXANDRIA AND FltKrtKWOKSnUUCI
HA1LWAY AND ALKXANDUIA AND
Fon AtKXAMiniA, 0 00, G.33, 8.40. 0.Ci, 10.67 A in,
12 01 noon, I! 03. 4.83, B.00, D.B3, 0.03,8 01, 10.03
nnd 11.37 p m. On Sunday nt 0 00, 0 43, 10 07 a
in, S.;io, 3 33, 8.03 and 10 00 p m.
ArcoinioDATioN for Ouantlco, 5.00 pm week
Ton HieiiMOND and tho South, 0.00, 10,37 a m
dally nnd 0 03 p m dally, except Sunday.
Tiiains lenvo Alexandria for Wtusulnirton,
0 03, 7.03, 8 00, 0.10, 10.13, 11.07 a in, 1.S0. 3 00, ?. !H,
B.10, 7,03, o.ia, 10 4J and 11.03 pm. on Sunday
ntO.IOaud 11.07 am, a 00, 5.10, 7.03, 11.33 und
10.4 J i in.
TIcKots nnd Information at tho ofllco, north
com corner of lilth street nud Pennsylvania
avonuo, and at tho station, whero ordors onn be
hit for tliochooklnifof baggage to destination
from hotels nnd residences.
CHAS. E. PUQII,
(lea. Puss. Agent.
Baltlmoro and Ohio Railroad.
Schcdulo In effect NOV. 1, 1888,
Lcavo Wiishluirton from station corner ot Now
Jersoy ovenuo and C stn ot,
Fon Chicago and Northuost, Vostlbulod Lim
ited Express dally 10.53 a m, express 0.13 p m.
Fon Cincinnati and St. Louis, expicss dally
3.00 nnd 0.43 p.m.
P011 Pimnuno nnd Clovoland. Vcstlbulod
Limited express dally 10.55 n m and oxpross 0.13
FonLexiNOTONnnd Local Stations, 10.10 a m.
Fon Philadelphia, Newark nnd Wilmington,
7.30 a in. 8 03 and 5.23 p m dally, oxpross.
Fon iNTKnjiuniATE points between llaltlmoro
nnd Philadelphia, t3,00 a in and t.1.15 p m.
FnnSiNUEnLrand lntermcdlato points, S7.30a
m, 1 1.30 pm.
Foil IIai.timoue, 6.00, 030, 0 40,7.30,8 30, 0.43.
11.00(45 mlnutotraln) a in., 12.10, S.03. 3.13 (13
mliiuto train) 3 30. 4.30, 4.S5 126.96.36.199.0.43, 8.33
and 10.30 p. m. Sundays. O.ao. 7.80. 8.30. 0.43
a m, 1.13, 2.03, 3 3v, 4.30, 4.33, 5.83, U.13,8.33 and
Fon ANNAroLis, 0 40 and 8.30 a m. 18.10 nnd
4.33 pm. On Sundays. 8.30 am, 4.33 pm. Lcavo
Annapolis, 0.40. 8.37 a m, 12.03, 4.10 p. m, bun
days, 8 37 am, 4,10pm. , ,
Fon Wav Stations bctwoon Washington and
Baltimore. 6 00, fl 40, 8.30 u in, 12.10, 3 30, 4 33,
0.13pm. On hundays,830 a in, 1,15, 8.30, 4,35,
Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Uranch,
to.33 a m, 51.1.1 p m for principal stations only;
10.10 a m, T4.33, t3 30 and to 41 p m.
Fon OAiTiiEiisnuno and intermediate points,
tO.OO a m, tia.30. 4.I0, 3.&1, tll.20 i m.
For Hoi d's and lntermcdlato stations, 17.00 p
m, S10.OO p m.
Cuuiicu train loaves Washington on Sunday
only nt 1.15 p in, stopping at all stations on
Foil FurpEmoK, tlO 10 a m, t3.00, 4.33, 5 30 p
m. Sundays, 1,15 pm.
Fon HAUEnsTOWN, tlO.10 a m and t5 30 p ra.
Tiiains nrrlvo from Chicago dally 7.20 n m nnd
5.13 p m; from Cincinnati and St. Louis dally
0.20 a m und 1.53 p m; from Pittsburg dally 7.20
a m, 5,r, p in.
Fiiom Philadelphia, Chester and Wilmington
2.50, 7.10 and 0.03 p m dally and 10.13 n in.
Fiiom SiNOEiiLr uud Interraudlnto mints north
of llaltlmoro, 10 00 a m dally, and 12.15 a m Sun
Tiiains Leaie llaltlmoro for Washington at
0.2O. 0.30. 7.23. 0 00. 0 03, 10.00 (43 inlnuto train),
1100(45inlnuto train) am. 12.15.2,00,3 00. 4.10,
5 00,0.00, 010,8.11, 8.30 and 11.00pm. On Sundays,
0.30,0 00,0 01,10 00 am, 1.15, 2.00,4.10, 6.00,0.30,
8,13, 8.30 niul 11.00 p m.
tllxcopt Sunday. 'Daily. JSunday only.
llacgngo called for nnd ohookod at hotels nnd
resldencosonoiders left at tlckot ofllccs, OlD
and lil.31 Ponna, aionuo.
W. M. CLK.MENTS. CIIAS. O. SCULL,
Ucn. Manager. l.'cu. Pass. Ag't,
Piedmont Air Lino
Schedule in Errrcr AuansT 12, 1838.
8.30 a m East Tonnossco Mull, dally for
Wai ronton, Oordonsvlllo.Charlottosvlllo.Lynth
Iium, nnd stations hetwuon Aluxandrla und
Lynchburg, lloanoake, llrlstnl, KnoxMUe.nomo,
Calera, Monteomory and Now Orleaus. Pull
man Sleeper Washington to Now Orleans.
11:21 a m Past Mall Dally forWarrcnlon,
Charlottesville, llordonsvlllo, stations chosa
peako and Ohio Houto.Lyiiohbiirg.llooliyMouut.
Danvlllound statluns betwoon Lynchburg und
Dnnvlllo. (heensboro', ll.ilolgh.Chiirlottu.Colum
bl.i, Augusta, Atlanta, Illrmlngliam, Montgoin.
ery, Now Orleans, Texas and California. Pull
man Sluoper Now York to Montgomery, In con
nection with Pullman bloopers .Montgomery to
Now Orleans, and .Maun lloudoln Sleepers for
Illrmlngliam, Vlcksburg and Shrovoport. Pull
man sleeper Damllloio Columbia nud Augusta.
Solid trains Washington to Atlanta. Dobs not
connect for V uud O. routu points Sijddays.
2.30i- m ouf.Y, except Sunday, for Manassas,
btrusburg, Lur.iy, and Intermodlato utatlou.
Conneots at Ittvertou for Luray, arrlvluuO.'li
0.30 r si. Westiis ExriiriH dally for Warren.
tou, QordonsUlle, Charlottesville, Loulsvlllo,
Cincinnati, and summer resorts on and noar lino
of ihesupmku and Ohio routo. Pullman Sloop
ers and solid trains Washington to Loulsvlllo;
also for Lynchburg, llrlstol. Clmttuuooga, Mem
phis, Littlo Ituok and nil Southwestern points.
Through Pullman bleopors Washington to Mum-
II pm, souTiici.N nxpiirss daily for Lynch
burg, IHuvlllo, ItaleUli, AshoMllo, Charlotto,
Columbia, Aiken, Augusta, Atlanta, Moutgoim
cry. Now Orleans. Texas and California. Pull
man Vestibule Sleeper Wu'hlnglon to Nnw
Orleans via AtUnm nnd Mon gomory. 1'ull
mun blooper Washington to Augusta, Ua., with
Tiiains on Washington and Ohio Division
leavo WnsiiuigiuH u" ui, uuny ueepi mhi
TiiiiniiQiiTiniNB fioin tho South, via Charlotto.
ranlllound I.yiii'hbiire, urrlva hi M'asliliigtou
7 (K) n in and 7'.I3 p in; via Bunt Tennoeo,
UilstoUndLynohhur.' at 11:13 am and D:10 p
in: via Chefupuako nnd Ohio route and
Cliarlottsvlllo at I) 10 P m and 7.00 it in. gtriw
burg local utO 17 urn.
Ticklts. sleeping-car rosorvatlou and lufonnu
Hon furnlshtd, and baggago ohockod at onloo,
1300 Ponnsylvatlii avcuue, and ut Passenger
Stntlon, Pennsylvania ltallroad, Sixth and II
strootsAMES L TAYLOn Gen, Pass. Agent.
Chosapoake and Ohio Routo.
Schedule in offoct SEPT. 10, 1888.
Trains leavo Union Depot, Sixth and B streets,
10 57 a, 111. Fon NKwronT NK Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk, dally except Sunday, Ar
rive In Norfolk 7 P m.
ivia in -Fon statlous on the Chesapeake
niidoiito In Virginia, Wo.t Y'relnla nnd Km
tuekv. dally except Sunday, bleeping oar t'llt
toii Forgo to Lcxlnston, Ky.
B '10 p. in. Vast V KSTrnN Exvncss dally.
Solid tialn. with, Pullman jluffet blieplna : cars
to Luulsvllle; Pullman sorvloo to Clnnuuatl, bt,
Louis, MenipliU and Now Orloaus.
II, W II 4.L,.I(.
(ien. Puss. .Vijent,
11 ay. it nu i.'l i "' ,(,,. nv imuuu inn
ll:lHamand7:21pm. lioturnlng, leave liouud
1 llll B 5(1 a in, dally, and lsiM p in, dally except
bunday, nrrlvhu Washington 8:30 a m aud 3.55
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
Briglit'sDisoaao of tho Kidnoys, Dis
eases of tlio Nervous Systom, tho Urio
Aoid Diathesis, Gout, Bheumatio
Gout, Rlioumatisra, Konal Ualouli
and Gtono in tho Bladder, Disoasos ot
Woniou, Dyspojisiai Eto.j Etc,
W. S. THOMPSON,
703 Fifteenth St.,
A01CNTPOH TUB DISTRICT OF COLUMMA.
OVIlIt TWO MILLIONS DISLIIWUTED.
LOUISMNA STATE LOTTEilY COMPANY
Incorporated by tho Klnto Legislature In 18(W
for Lduo.itloiial and Charltahle purposes, nnd
lis frnnchlno mado (i pirt of Iho present Stato
Constitution, In 1870, by un (ivKiiwniUMiNO
Its (IRANI) IlXTItAORDINAllY DRAWINGS
tnko plocn Siiml-Annuallv. ( I una nnd Doeemberi,
and Its (IRANI) SINOLIl NtTJIIIUIt DRAWINOS
tako plnco hi i-uch of tlio other ton months of
thoycir, nndnro all drawn lu publlo, at tho
Academy of Muslo, Now Orleans, La.
"Wo ilo hereby certify that wosupcrvl'o the
uiTuiiKi'iuuiua lor nu 01 tno .nouimy ana cm.
niiuuai urnwings or mo Irfiuislana Stain
Lottery Co , and In person maiiana nnd control
tho Drnwlnra thomsnlvi. ntid lluvf. flm nr.lA
nro oonduetcd with honesty, fairness, and lu
good fnlth toward nil parties, nnd we niithorlra
u.u wumuiiy u uso tins coriiucaio, witn ino
j miles of our signatures attached, In Its adver
tisements." G. T. BEAUREGARD,
J. A. EARLY,
We thoundcrslgnod Banks nnd Hankers will
pay nil Prlros drawn In tho Louisiana 3tnlo
Lotteries, which mav bo nrosented at our
11. M. 1VA1.MSMIY, l'rost. I.n.Nut. Ilnnl
I1. I.ANA1IX. I'roHt. Stnto Nnt. llnnk.
A. ll.M.DWIN, l'rost.N. o. Nut. Ilanlc.
UAIlIi KU11N, I'rnnt. Union Nnt. Hunk.
THE MAMMOTH DRAWING
Will. TAKE I'tACE
At tho Aomlomy of .lluslc, Nw Orlonns,
TUKSDAY, Docenilior 18, 1888.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $600,000.
100,000 Tlckots nt I'orly Dnllnrsl Halves,
$S() UunrlurH, $1() i:igblli, $S
Tntiiitioths, $ l'urtloths, $1.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 PRIZE OF 5000,000 Is
1 VUV.V.OP 200,000 Is
1 Piiiz.iior 100.000 lit
1 PitlZHoF r.o.ooois
JB PItl.KS OF
2,(100 nro BO.OOO
SOI) are 80,000
noo pjiizi:s of
ill rjUIMATU I'HIZeS.
100 Prlzos of 51,000 nro 8100,000
lOOTrlrosof 800nro 80000
lOOPrlesof .lOOnro 40 000
Tmim Nuwneii TriiMiNAUi.
DO Prizes of gsoo aro 870,200
DOPrlzosof .11)0 nro SO.OOO
Two Numiii 11 Tjciimihals.
000 Prlzos of S'-OO aro ..$180,000
liOOPrlzosof 200aro 180,000
i),l to Prizes, amounting to $2,118,800
Notk. Tlokots drawing Capital Prizes are not
ontltlcd to terminal prizes. A tlekot drawing
n tl rco number terminal prlzo, will not bo en
titled to u two number terminal prize.
fcff"Fou Ctun Haii., or any further Informa."
tlondoslrod, write legibly to tha undurslgned'
Clearly stating your residence, with 8tute
County, siroet and Number. Moro rapid ro"
turn mall delivery will bo assured by your en"
closing an Unvolopo boarlug your full addross
Send Poatnl Notes, Express Money Orders, or
NowVorkllxclmiigo In ordinary letter. Cur
rency by Express (at our expense) addressed
M. A. DA.UPHIN,
Now Orleans, La,
Address ltoclsteioil Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
Now Orleans, La.
R FM EM RFR Tlmt 1,1U presonooof Generals
aro Inchargoof tho drawings, Isa guurnuteo of
iibsoluta I alrnuss nnd Integrity that the chance
nro nil equal, und that no ono can possibly dl
vlnu what rumher will draw a Prlzo.
'RL'MKMlllMl. also, that tho paymont of
Prlres Is OUARAN CUED BY FOUR NATIONAL
HANKS of Now Orleans, nnd tho Tickets aro
signed by tho Prosldont of nn Institution whoso
chuitcred rights aio recognlrul In the highest
Courts; thoreforo. bowaro ot all Imitations and
all anonymous schemes."
I preicrtDo ana tally er
dorso Jllg a as tho only
speclno (or (be certain cur
o( this disease.
Amsterdam, N. Y.
We have sold Tllg G fos
many years, and It baa
flven tha beat ot latlj
81.00. Bold by Drugclstst
HEALTH IS WEALTHI
Dn. 15. C. Wrsr's Nenvs and IlnAm TnEAT
iiENr.aguaiautcedsueclllo for Hysteria, Dlz,1
noss. Convulsions, Pits, Nervous Neuralgia,
Ut'iidaeho, Nervous prostration caused by the
uso of Alcohol or tob.ivco. Wakeful 1101s, MontuI
Doprosslon, Soflu iilug of tho Drain resulting In
Insanity ami lending to mlsory, decay and death,
PremHturo Old Ago, ll.irreimess, Loss of Power
In cither sox, Involuntary Logtos and Spermator
rhea caused by over-exertion of tho brain, self
abuse or oveMUdulgonco. Eaoh box oontaliu
ono month's treatment; 61 n box, or six boxes
for S3, sent by mnlt prepaid on rceolpt of prlco.
' tt'EaUARASrliu sixnoxte , v ',
tocuronnveaso. With each ordor rooelvedby
us for six boxes, accompanivd with $0, wo will
end the purchaser our written guarnutca to
rotund tho money It tho treatment doos not ef
foct a cure. (luiiMUtoes Issued only by C.
tlllltl.STI.lKI, Dmeglst, Solb AauNT, -tSl
l'eiiuu. ave., between 16 nnd oth sts,
OR TUB LIQUOR HAIUTCAN UU CURED nY
.VDM1NISTICRINO DR. HAINES
Can Dd given In a cup of oollee or ten without
tho knowledge ot theporsnu taking It, Itlsab
solutely harmless, uurt will elfoct u permanent
and speedy cure.whet'ier tho patient Is a mo-lur-ate
drinker or an uleohollo wreck. It hAsbeoii
given lu thousands ot oases, nud In overy In
stance u perfect cure has followed. IT NBVKIt
FAILS. Tho system ouce Impregnated with tho
Spoclllo, It bocomus au utter Impossibility for
tho liquor appetite to exist. Por sale hv S K.
WAUK. under the Rhbltt House; R. K. Illi pil'
ENST1NH. Fourteenth street and Vermont uvo
PEERLESS DYES i&Ma
0fGmt I a H
tftmrx to s utTH.al
HVOttrDtsd Dot ln
ylR uu Otrlalaif. u
(I M .A-. uA. . J ..) At I
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