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THE EVENING POST, SATURDAY, NOVRtBRTl 17. 1888.
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The Evening Post.
oiiu to an i:i,i:ctuic mout.
Tnlnklo, twlnltlo, llttlo Arc,
Sickly, blue, uncertain spark,
Upnlmvo my heart jon swine,
Ufjly, stmnne, wpomlvo tliluff.
When across tliofnpcy nlr
Streams llio lliiglitnlna's imrplo glare,
T)ocs tlio traveler In tho dark
lllcss your radiance, little Arct
Wlicn you fndo with modest blush,
Scn.ro moio urlglitthnu furtlilnp; rush,
AVouhl bo know which way to go
It you always twinkled so?
Cold, unloving, bllmlhur star,
J'vo no notion what you arc;
How your wondrous "sjstctn" works,
Who control Its Jumps and Jerks.
Yours a luster llko tho dayl
(lliastly, green, luconslaiil rnyl
No; whero'er they worship you
All tlio world Is black or blue.
Tliousli your llc;lit pcrchanco surpass
Homely oil or vulcnr gas,
.Still (I closo with this remark),
1 detest you, llttlo A let
St. James' Onzctto.
Aftor Emincllne JtcCrcgor gradimtcil
from school alio mado up lior mind to
cotitlimo lior uttidlcs In vocal muslo with
u vlow of making It sonio day her pro
fcsslon. Sho wns visiting licr grand
parents, a conservative old cottplo at tho
tlino, and thuiowns troublo In tho family
nt onco over tho prospect of Em incline's
Hinging in public.
Ucsldcs, they nrgued, there was no
need of It Her mother was well off,
and tliero was Sir. Swopcr, tho million
alio, who was ready at any inomont to
marry her, and glad of tho chance. 15ut
tlio young lady herself was of an Inde
pendent spirit. She wanted to havo her
own way, and so, without saying any
thing moro about her proipoctn, went
quietly to work with tho aid of a skilled
teacher to cultivate her volco for the
It was ti short timo aftor her visit end
ed that the old folks heard that their
granddaughter was going to glvo a con
cert. Not for charity In a privato par
lor, but In a public hall !
Grandma expressed her resolution to
die. Grandpa alteicd his will, and in
formed Knimcllno of tho fact in a letter
commencing: "Obstinate and evil-minded
Kmmcllno wopt, but tbo concert was
given with success.
Allot tins it was unucrsioou. mm wnon
Knunclino acknowledged herself a sinner,
ictircd from public life and vowed to re
turn to it no more. Grandma and Grand
pa McCrcgor would welcome her back
with open arms, but not before.
Kmmcllno had put her hand to tho
tilougb, and had no thought of turning
back. Sho valued her mother's approval
as sho would have valued that of her
grandparents, but sho felt that sho bad
us much right to chooso an iudcrjondent
lito as tuougu she nan ucou uorn a uoy.
Sho was able to earn her own bread, and
public opinion had no right to make a
pauper of lier. To marry without love
seemed a crime in lior eyes, and a hatd
way. indeed, of earning n living.
Vlicn Mr. Swoper wrote to her declar
ing "his nltcctlon too great to bo over
come oven by the litlso slop sho had
taken, and reiterating his offer of hand
ind heart." Kmmellno laughed over tlio
letter, and 6cnt a polite No, nnd so van
ished from the knowlcdgo of lior rela
tives, who felt that sho had declined tho
last straw olleied to Bavo lior from the
ijulf of disgrace and despair into which
llio tyucl willingly plunged.
Six years had passed since tho day on
which Kmmellno" camo to her grand
mother's botibo from school, and in tho
same pretty breakfast parlor tho old
lady and gentleman sat weeping to
gether. Ono of thoso sudden calamities which
fall upon rich men at times, had como
to old Mr. McCrcgor. His estates, his
dwelling, his money were all gone. Ho
was on tho verco of bojrcaryl
Ou tho morrow ho must lcavo tho
homo whoro his children had been the
light, and whither snould hoco?
Of all his iclativcs thcio remained
only a grandson in China, another in
California both with largo families and
small incomes and hisdaughtor Edna
nnd her daughter Emmelino. whom he
bud cast oil together so long uoforo.
"What shall wo do?" cried tho old
lady, and her husband could only echo
her words and add, bitterly: "Wo shall
end our days in tlio poor-house!"
Tbo old "lady paced up nnd down tho
room wringing her hands. The old gen
tleman hid bis faco in tho nota-pillow.
"If it wero only not wicked to tako
poison," she thought.
"If I could only dlo and myoldwlfo
with mo," ho muttered.
Hut at this moment somo ono tapped
upon tho window panes.
Tho old lady composed her counte-
liar.c:', and openo 1 It.
"A letter, Mis. McCrcgor," said tho
postmaster's son. "It was marked 'im
mediate,' so I stopped with It on my way
to market. All well?"
"Quito well, and thank you," said tho
old lady, but when tho young mau was
gono, sho wiped nwivy a fresh Hood of
"Moro bills, said sho.
"God help us," replied her husband;
"but let us sco what has befallen us
Tho old lady opened tho envelope It
was evidently not a bill, for a bank-noto
for a hundred dollars fell from it into
"What docs this meant" she cried, and
turning to tho (Ir&t pago.of the paper,
read tlu-so words:
"Di:aii Guanuma and Gkandi'a: I
havo hoard of your troublo nnd havo tele
graphed to Mr. Coonoy, tho lawyer, to
buy iu your properly. Inclosed find a
small Bum for daily uso. 1 sing to-night
and to-morrow, but on tbo day after my
engagement here will bo oyer and I wjfl
como to you nt onco. Havo no fears. I
can at least assuro you that you shall
suffer no privations and shall not bo
obliged to lcavo your dear old homo.
Your atlcctionato gruuddaughtor,
"P. S. Mamma sends her lovo and
will como with mo."
"Can this bo trito?1' said tho old man.
Emmolluo, whom wo havo used bo
'Klin mttfif linvn mniln lmr frtrhlnn "
said tho old ladv.
Sho ciosscd tfio room and sat down ou
tho bofa besldo her husband. For a
while no word was said. At last tho
old man said:
"We wero a couplo of old fools, my
dear. If Emmelino had waited for us
to make her rich, where should wo all be
now? These now-fangled ideas turn out
well sometimes, nnd how good tho girl
"I shall bo ashamed to sco her," said
But when tho two young women camo
v)l was forgotten but lovo and gratitude,
and to-day no ono could bo prouder of
tlio young prima donna than Is Giandpa
McCiegor who, with his wife, Sharon all
llio luxury his granddaughter has won
by tho exertion of her talents.
"Aldernoy Dairy Wiiiioiis,"
Fresh Aldcrooy butter, churned every morn
ing and delivered In 1 lb. "Vanl"pilnts, -lOo.
pur Hi. Also culture cliccso, buttermilk and
twect mllk,5c. pur it. Creatn 15c, per nt.
NHWS 0FT1IB DAY.
ltecrnl Ufonts of Interest llnlloil Down
Tor llnstv llcndlnir.
TUa.hnrnal tie St. Pdertbourge, refer
rttiir to nssoillons mado by tho Tails
Matin In relation to a Pranco-ltufslnu
alliance, snysi "Tliero aro limits to the
light of Insinuation, ltuasla certainly
desires to see Franco regain her legiti
mate position among tlio nations, which
Is necessary to prcsorvo tho cquillhiium
of Europe: but sho is convinced thnt
peace is for tho interest of both Franco
nnd Ittissln. Such Insinuations, there
fore, enn only injuio the cnuso they
claim to defend."
British olllcors hoarded tho Belgian
steamer Brabo, oft tho Zanzibar const
yesterday, nnd found that sho was carry
ing -100 slaves who wero destined for tho
Congo. Tho British took away two
slaves who swoio that they had been
forcibly kidnapped and allowed tho ves
boI to proceed.
Of the 1)90 non-Episcopal ministers In
Ireland, including Presbyterians, Bap
tists, Methodists and Congrcgallonnlists,
UQ4 signed tho anti-homo itilo address to
Lords Salisbury and Hnrtlngton, which
wns presented on Wednesday. Of tho
120 composing the minority, who refused
to sign tho address, eight only wcio
Sir John Pone Hcnnessy, while Gov
ernor of .Mauritius, began proceedings In
an action against tho London Timet for
libel. Sinco then tho Times hns apolo
gized for its offensive language. Tho
case camo up vestorday, and the judge
disposed of it by giving a formal vcidfct
for the plaintiff.
In tho Parliamentary election nt Bows
bury, England, yesterday, Mr. Oldroyd,
Gladstoman, received (1,071 votes; and
Arnold Forstwcr, Unionist, U.UO'J. In
the last ciectlon the Home Utile cnudi
date received 5,117 nnd the Conservative
Tho British Parliament will bo ques
tioned on Monday with reference to tho
appointment of a successor to Lord Sack
villc as British Minlstor at Washington.
On Thui-hday tho Fisheries dispute will
bo brought up.
Mine. Nevada sang In "Lakmo" at the
Madrid Oncra-Houso last night. Among
tho audience wero tho Queen of Spain
and tho Queen of Portugal nnd their
children, members of tlio historic Span
ish families and mauyotherdlstlnguiahcd
A Philadelphia court has awarded
Frank E. Pooler a verdict of U,000
against the Philadelphia, Wilmington
and Baltimore Hallrond Company for in
juries sustained in n collision during tho
blizzard last March.
Tho American Turf Congress, in ses
sion in New York, hns increased tho
wclcht for two and thrc-ycar-olds, and
agreed that tho jockey clubs mako no
contracts for betting privileges with the
Gcorgo II. Stownrt's flouring mill, near
Carlisle, Pn., together with his residence,
was burned yesterday, and a young man
who jumped from tho third iloor was
beriously hurt; loss $15,000.
John Flack, aged fifteen years, em
ployed iu a rolling mill at Bellefonto, Pa.,
was caught in a shafting and met a
frightful death yesterday.
Philip Barry, of Loyalton, near liar
rlsburg, Pa., has been arrested on tho
chnrgo of drowning ills wifo iu 1885.
Tho Hopkins & Hoblnson Manufactur
ing Company's building, in Louisville,
Ky., was burned yesterday; loss 10,000.
Martha E. Hunter, postmistress nt
Larksville, Pa., hns been arrested,
charged with intent to. defraud tlio Gov
Portugal, on Invitation of Great Brit
ain, anil Germany, will send vessels to
"tako part In tho blockade of East African
Tho test mado of tho monitor Amphi
trito at tho Harlan fc Holllngsworth ship
yard yesterday was satisfactory.
A steamer on routo for Bombay is be
lieved to have been lost with nino hun
Edwaid Harrington, member of Par
liament, is charged with inciting to boy
Violent gales havo caused numerous
wrecks on tho West Coast of Great
Col. Francis Duncan, Conservative
member of tho British Parliament, Is
Fivo men wero sont to State prison In
New York yesterday for illegal voting.
Tho ico blockade has begun lu tho
Bains In India havo improved tho i.rop
Mr. Johh Bright has rallied again. '
A Horse ThloPs Story.
Akron, Ohio, Nor. 17. Tho arrest ot John
Clancy at Uoylestown yestorday, (or horse
stealing, Drought to light a queer story.
Clancy came to this placo some timo ago.
Ho attompted to commit suicide by taking
laudanum, but bis Ufa was saved. Ho hired
out to Henry l.elby, a livery man,
and that Gentleman became satisfied that
Clancy was In somo way connected
with a mystery. Clancy finally stole
ono of l.elby's horses, and attempted to soli it
at Dojlestown. Lelby told him bo would ro
fraln from prosecuting If bo would tell tbo
story ot his life. Clancy said that bo hud lied
from Troy, N. ST., wbeio bad been engaged In
a lovo quarrel, and etiuck bis ilval on tbo
bead with n rlub, leaving; hit (or dead.
Clancy was put on a train for Cleveland, nud
Is probably waudcrlng about that city.
Tho Diinvlllo Imposition.
Danviixb, Va., Nov. 17. Heduced rates to
tho Danville Tobacco Exposition, which opens
Wednesday, tbo 21st instant, havo been
granted by railroads 1 mining to Danville, and
tbclr connections. Tho (aro will bo ono cent
per mllo from all points In Virginia and tho
South. North of tbo Ohio lltvcr round-trip
tickets will bo sold for tho (aro ono way, with
ono-tlilrd ot tho slnglo (aro added.
Sonntor Allison Out of tlio Unco.
New Yoiik, Nov. 17. A ZWIitme special
(rom Washington says: "A ccntleinan ot this
city has received n letter from Senator Allison
which removes that gentleman (rom tho list
ot Cabinet possibilities. ;Tho Senator states
that under no circumstances would bo nccept
a Cabinet olllcv, even if ono wero olTcrcdhlm,
but that no such tendor has been made, nor
does ho oxpect that ono will ho."
Itobert Kalke Itiiyiiionil Demi.
HiiooiiLVN, N. Y., Nov, 17. Prof, llobcrt
llalko llaymond, formerly law partner of
Salmon V. Chase, later a Dantlst minister, and
more lecenlly a professor of oratory, died )es-
leruay, agcu aoTt'iuy-uus years.
- - 1.
n( Hours to l'lllllldnlpblil,
via II. A O, H. It. Vastest trains to tho
Quaker City. No extra faro (or quick time.
I'or three weekt 1
ititre cold in head
andjxtln tn temple).
After only six ap
jtlications of Ely't
Cream Halm I him
relieied. l'rerg trace
of my cold ( re
maictl. licnr; C,
Clark, lit Vieiiion
jv. r. iW'rijfriuiAx'-i-rrcrKi
Office. BH -jr.u. vun
A partlclo I applied Into rimli nostril nud Is
agreOiioie. J net'ou uviii. m ji.iik". ih.ij :
rugUloiod, (ID cents. ELY HltOl'HEltS,
Wurrou street, new vom
(Iflni'Rln'A NVelily I'ress.
Auovsta, On., Kov 17.--An adjourned
meeting of tlio Georgia Weekly l'ro Associa
tion was bold ycsicidny In .Music Hall Impo
sition llullillmr. About llfl) members wero
present. An address of welcome was deliv
ered by Solicitor Cohen, of tbo opposition,
which was resnoiidtd to by I'.esldeiill'ciry, of
the C'liernkco Ailimier, who praised tlio expo
sition and congratiilnti'd Its management and
the city of Augusta. 'I bo members uf the con
vention were uaiiijuctled to-night by the expo
Octs SII.OOI) for I'nwinnl Injuries.
l'uil.AtiELi-uiA, Nov. 17. Tlio Jury In llio
suit of Frank 11, l'ooloy against tlio Philadel
phia, Wilmington it Ilaltlmoro Itallroad, to
recover domnges for Injuries sustnlucd In n
collision at Clifton Station on March 13 last,
tbo day of tlio gicat blizzard, ban icturned ii
verdict to-day for tbo plaintiff for $0,000. Tlio
defeneo of tbo rompany was that tbo accldout
An Appnront Delicti of 33:1,000.
J.y.nn, Mass , Nov. In. Yesterday Selectman
Athcrlon was seen with regard to llio dlsap
penrnnco of tbo Snngustnwii collector, W. V.
Copp. Atlicrton states that bo lias no develop
ments relating to tlio sudden oxlt of Mr. Copp.
Tho auditors bavo met and after n hasty
examination of tbo books, they report an ap
parent shortage of about $!2:!,o00, This sum
may bo enlarged and It may grow smaller.
Ti I'lilliMliilplilu by Nlclit.
Pullman Slceplng-Cars aio run from hero to
1'lilladclpliia on tbo II. A O night train.
Tbesq cars aro placed In the station at Op. in.,
after which hour passengers can rctlro nnd re
main undliturbed.nt l'lilladelpliln until 7 In llio
PU11E MALT WHISKEY
A Scientific Romoriy,
No disease irurm can I'OV'IHIjY remain loileed
In tlio body If this (Iroat Itcmedy U carefully
nnd constantly used, l'ror. Win. T. Cutter,
Slate Chemist of Connecticut, says:
"I have Hiinlyzcd a areat many samplos of
Whiskey, Wines. Ales, Au . and was surprised,
to Itiul upon analysis, thai HiilTy's .Malt Whis
key was absolutely pure, as I nover found tills
tobothocaolii any other WlnsKev I lindcx
nnilnod. Thosu facts must commond In to geu
eml uo and public favor."
Ho stiro and obtain llio genuine, and tako no
II Is lor Nulo Unltcriully. ltaw
EDWARD F. DROOP,
023 VESNA. AVKMJE.
Call and oxuratuo tlio lurso stock ot
Unblcr A Drn., A.1J. Chaso. Marshall & Wen
dell. Wlieolouk, Decker & Sou, Urlggs, Orovo
ntcen & Fuller nud oilier
rlanos sold on Installments, Exchanged,
Iteuted, Repaired, Tuned, Moved nnd Stoiod.
Sheet Mnslo, foreWn and domostlc: Musical
mdso.,cto., constantly cm hand. Jl.uijo, Guitar,
Mandolin, Violin and Cello Strings a specialty.
Grand, Upright and Square
SECOND-HAND PIANOS, n Hue assortmoat
of prominent rankos at all prices.
PIANOS FOIl HENT.
m. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
"WM. R. RmEY,
Corner Ninth and E Streets Northwest,
Is closing out all kinds ot
DRV ? GOODS
At Very Roducod Hates.
E. G. DAYIS.
BLACK DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
Luces und Trimmings,
7ig Market Space, Washington, U. C.
(Successors to Modlll Si Wltherow).
PIHNTEUS AND STKHEOTVPEUS,
1107 E street n w, Washington, D. O.
QOOD WOllK AT FAIll 1'ltICES
Barbour Law building -100 La.
WAHHINUTON, D. (1.
Hesldencc, No. iai8Hnt.Nurth.wost.
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wholesale and Hctail Dcalorsln
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
3W Itlulilh St. N. IV., nimr I'. Ave.
Orildmor romwats lor ciuotatious glen per
sonal attention, nnd satisfaction guaranteed In
Bumstlno Loan OIIlco,
:tl I'onn.Asti N. W.
Money loaned ou liol.l and Silver
Vutoho, DUmuuds, Joffelrr, Pistols, (luni, Lu
les' and (lontlomnn's We iriiirf Apparel,
old (Jold and Silv. r bought.
Uurodeomud Pledges I'or ale.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
is ii only saoo
SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMED
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
uo:i ii:r.NA. avij.
U. S. STAMl'S WANTED.
I ..""I-arlraent Stamps, MiiUb I:h1,F.1!,iS' "!'ll. "JV
, IhnuiH-ctliiiis iMiuglil (" "1U1 " ,,lolh: 1 ','
I MEKEEL, at Wllliid's Hotel, buturday, liltb,
jjili' "'HMWljJI'JJ'"!!"11 U'llll',WWfcl
I Guaranteed to 'outwearti
1 ANY CUSTOM-MADE CORSET 9
I MAYER, STROUSE & CO, 1
rR3.-4t2 BROADWAY. N. K J
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo
To the North, West and Southwest,
Double Track. Splendid Scrim .
ktccl Halts. Miifftiilternt 1'qtJpment,
In T.rrecr Novk.miipu 1, isss
Trains lenvo Washington, dnmstiUonanrnerof
Sixth ,mid n streets, ns follows
Vou 1'iTTsnuim nnd tho West, Chic h,m Mmltod
vxiires of rulluuin Vostlbtitod Vra at 'J .Ml a in
dally; Fast Lino, 9 GO a m dally to CIm.liuiiitl unit
St. Louis, with nloepliiff fur from I'lttstmrg to
Cincinnati, mid llMrrlsbiirg to St I.nuls: dully,
except naturiiiiy, to ciilcaao, wltlisteepimr c,lr
Altooim to ChlcflRO. Wcto'ii KMrc et 7.10
Pin dally, with Sleunhig Cars ahlnutnn 'o
J'hlcAifo ami St, Louts, oonnoellnst dally at
Ilarrlsbnra with Ihlotiili Sleoners for Louisville
nnd .Memphis, l'acltlo Expres, I0oo p m ually
for I'lltsbiirir and tho Wst. Willi thrown
Sleeper to f'Utsliiirir, nnd 1'lttslmrs to Chicago.
nALTIMOHU AND POTOJIAP 1t.UI.KOAI).
riPiilhtiB, Cnnantlaljtua nnd ltorbutcr ilaltrt
g' 'liiilTuKi nnd NlncHrndnllr, except Saturday,
10110 p in, with Sleeping Car Washington to
Fom WiLMAVsroiiT, Lock Haven and Clmlr.l nt
0.M) n m dally, oicopt Sunday.
I'ohJs'kw voiik nml thu East, T.9), 0.IW, 11. IX)
and 11.40 n in. tf.w, 4 10, 1P.U0 and n.vfl p m. on
Kumlny, noo. 11,40 kn in. S w. 4.10 10.00 ami
1120 pm. Limited Kspress of I'ullman Parlor
Curs. D.10 11 m, dully except auuday, and 3.11 p in
dally, wllh dinlne'ciar.
, FonllosToN, without chango, SO) n m every
day. , '
l'on IlnnoRLVM, N. Y.. nil tlirou?h trains oon
nect nt .lertoy (Jltv. with boats of llrooklyn
Annox, nfrordfng direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding donblo ferriage aeross Now
Foil PiiiLAiiri.rntA. T.W, 9.00. II 00 and 11.10
n tn, s 00, 1.10. (1 00, 10 00 and ll.'JO pjn On Sun
day. a 00, n, 10 a OT, s.M, -1.10, (1.(t). fo.O nnd tl.21)
inn. Limited Bxnross all parlor cars, 0.10 n in
woek dnys and 0.43 pin dally, with dining ear.
Fon iialtimoiik, p.. r.t, 0.00, 0 w, o.so, ii.m
nnd 11.40 11 m, 12.0.VC ttl, 8.15, 4.10. 4 SO, 4.10, fiOJ,
7.40, 1000 and ll.SOpm. On Sunday, 000, 0.0.1,
Hjm. 11.40 a, m.a.w, a. ,4.lo, 0.00. J.40, 10.00 and
Fon I'oit.'s C11EKK Linb, T.M nmund 4.40 pm
dnlly, except Sunday.
Foil ANNArot.ls, T.20 mid 9.00 a m, 12.0V 4.40
p m dally, except Bundny, Sundays, V.00 a n
4.10 pm. 1
ALEXANDHfA AND FltKDKlllOKSIllIUa
ItAlLWAY AND ALEXANDHIA AND
Fon Al.tXAMiuiIA, Om, CM, 8.10. 0.43, 10.57 a in,
12.01 noon, MM. 4.!, 6.W. 5.M 0.03, 8.0 10.03
and 11.37 p m. On Snnday at 000, 0.45, 10.57 a
m, 2.30, BIB. 8.03 and 1003 p tn.
AccojuioiiATioN for Quantlco, 0.00 pmweck
FonlticiisioNU and tbo South, 0.00,10.37 a m
dally and 0 03 p m dally, except Sunday.
Trains leave Alexandria for Washington,
0.03, 7.03, 8.00, 9.10, 10.13, 11.07 a in, 1.20, 3.00, :l S3,
6.10, 7.03, 0.,10 41 and 11.03 pin. On Sunday
at 0.10 and 11.07 11 m, 2.00, B.10, 7.03, 0.32 and
Tickets and Information at tho onlco, north
east corner ot 111th stnot and l'ennsylvantn
uvonuo, nnd at tho station, whoro orders can bo
iciiior inocucciiingoi naggago 10 acaiinnuon
trom hotels and residences.
CllAS. e. ruaii,
.1 n. wood.
(Icn. Pass. Agent.
Bait J moro and Ohio Railroad.
Schcdnlo in effect NOV. 1. 1S89.
Lcavo Washington from station corner ol Now
Jersey urcnuo nnd U street,
Ton Ciiicaoo nnd Northwest, Vostlbulod Lim
ited llxprcss daily 10..v a in, oxpross '.'.15 p m.
FonCiNciNSATi nnd St. Louis, oxprcss dally
8 00 nnd 0.15 p, m.
I'on PiTTsnt'ita nnd Ciovoland, Vestlhuloil
Limited express dally 10.6S n m and express 9.13
FouLixiNOTONand Local Stations, tio.10 n m.
l'on PiitLADKi.riiiA. Newark und Wilmington,
7.30 n m, S.05 and 5.-3 p m daily, express.
Fon iNThnMr.ntATn points botwecn Ilaltlmoro
and Philadelphia, ts,(xi n m nnd 13.1.". p m.
Fon SiNnr.m.v and Intermedial c points, $7.30 a
in, tl.30 p m.
Fon IlAt.Tiiiom;, IS.0O, 0.30, 0.40, 7.S0. 8.W, 0,15.
11.00(43 mlnutotraln) u in., ia.10, S.03. s.is n
mlnuto train) 3.D0. 4.:';i, 4.sr 5 2J. S.ao. 0.43. S.ll
and 10.30 p. m. Sundays. O.SO. 7.30 8.30. 9.11
am, 1.13, U.03, 3.3u, -1.30, 1.33, S.S3, 0.13,8.33 nud
10.30 p m.
Fon Annafoms, 0.40 and 8.30 n m. 13.10 and
4.31pm. On Sundays. tt.30 a m, 4.33 pm. Loavo
Annapolis, O.W. 8.37 "a tn, l.03, 4.10 p. m. Sun
days, 8.37 u in, 4.10 p in.
Pon Wav Stations botweon Washington and
Ilaltlmoro. S.03. (i.40. 8.30 a m. 12.10. 3 30. 4.35.
U.I3 pm. On Sundays,) a in, 1.13, 3.S0, I.3S,
Fon Stations on tbo Metropolitan, lirnncb,
1(1.3.3 a m, Sf. 15 pm foe Tirlnolpal stations oaly;
10.10 n m, tl.33, ts 30 and 19.43 p in.
Pon CIaitiu.ksiilmki and Intermodlato points,
tO.W) a m, tl'iSU, Mil, 3.33, tlI.SU p in.
Fon Hum's and Inlermedlato stations, 7.00 p
in, $10.00 p m.
Council train lcavos Washington on Sunday
only at 1.13 p in, stopping at all stations on
Foil I'nniiEnicK, tlOJOn in, T3.00, tl.33, 13.30 p
m. Sundays, 1.13 pm.
Fon Haobhstown. tlO.10 a ra and t3 80 p m.
Thains nirlvo from Chicago dally 7.20 u m and
8.13 p m; fioin Cincinnati und St. Louis dally
(J.iMninund l.Mpm; from Pittsburg dally 7M
n m, n.is p ro.
FnoM PiiiuDKLruiA, Chester nnd Wilmington
S.CO, 7.10 und 9.03 p ra dally and 10.13 n in.
Fiioji SiNOEnuvand Intermodlato points north
nt Baltimore, 10.00 n in daily, and 14.13 a m Sun
Tiuins Lkaye Ilaltlmoro for Washington at
0.20, 0.30. 7.S3. 9.00. 0 03. 10.00 ( mluulo train),
11.00 (43 mlnuto train) aw. IS. IB. S.W. 300. 4.10,
H no, 0.00, 0.30, S.13. 8.30 and 11.00 p m. Ou Sundays,
0.30,9.00,9 03,10.00 am, 1.13, 2.00,1.10,3.00,0.30,
8.13, 8.3U and ll.oop in..
tKxcept Sunday. 'Dally. Sitnduyonly.
Daggago callod for and ohcoked nt lintels and
icsldencosonoidors loft nt ticket olllocs, (lit)
nud 1:1.31 Pcnna. incnuo.
W. M. ULKMHNTS, CHAS. O- SCULL,
(icn. Manager. (Jon. Pass. Ag't.
Plodmont Air Line
StiiuDuus in ErrrcT Auoosr 12, 188S.
8:30 a m East Tonnoseo Mall, dally for
burg, and stations between Alexandria and
Lynohburg, Hoanoako, Ilrlstol, Kiiox1llo,Itoino,
Calora, Montgomery and Now Orleans. Pull
mun Sleeper Washington to Now Orleans.
11:21 A si Past Mall Dally for Warrenton,
ClkirtottosUllo. Cordousrlllo, tt.itlons Chosa
iieako nml Ohio Ilouto.Lynehburg.ltouky Mount,
llanvllloand stations between Lynohburg und
Danville, (ireensboro', Halolgh.Uliarlotto.Colum.
Din, Augusta, Atlanta, inrmingimm. jMoutgom
cry, Now Orleans, 'loxas und California. Pull
man Sleeper Now York to Montgomery, in con
iieetlnii with Pullman Sleenurs Aluntirinerr to
Now Orleans, and Mann lloiulolr Sleepers for
Illrmlngliam, Vlokshmg and Shrovoivirt Pnl.
nan Slcener Dauvlllu to Columbia and Augusta.
Solid trains Washington to Atlanta. Does not
connect for O, and O. routo points Sundays,
y.SO p m uailv, oxooiit Sunday, for Manassas,
btrnsburg, Luray, and Intormedlato stations.
Counocts at Hlvorton for Luray. arriving o,jj
5,no r i. WnsiGiis KxrtiEss dally for Wnrreu.
Ion, Oordonsvlllo, Cburiottojylllo, Louisville,
Cincinnati, nud summer resorts on uud near lino
of Chesapeake und Ohio route. Pullman Sleep
ers uud solid trains Washington to Louisville;
also for Lynchburg, Ilrlstol, Chattanooga, .Mom
phis, Llttlo Itook und all Southwestern polnis,
Through Pullman Bloopers Washington to Mom
Mis without chango. ,
11 VM. Soutiikhh jixprkss daily for Lynoh
burg, Dinvlllo, ltalelgh, Ashoilllo, Charioito,
Columbia, Aiken, Angusta.-Atlama, Montgom
ery. Now Orleans. Texas nnd California. Pull
man Vestibule Sloeuur Washington to Nw
Orleans via Atlanta and Mon gomury Pull
man slooiier Washington to Augusta, Oa., with
Tiiains tin Wasiiinoton anii Ohio Division
lcavo Washington U.00 u in, dally except Sun
day, nnd l:lt P m, dally;, arrho Hound Hill
11: 18 n ra and 7:'Jl p in, Ilcturnlng, loavo Hound
Hill l:ftl) a in, dully, uud 1:20 p in, dally except
Sunday, nrrh line Washington h ai) n m and a:55
TiiiiouaitTiiAiNs from tho South, la Charlotte,
DaiiNllloand Lvnelibnrg, iirrlvo in Washington
7.00 u in and ":!!" P ni; via Kast 'IVnnos-wo,
Bristol and Lynohburg nt ii:i:iu in and 0:l() p
m; via chesupeuko and 'Ohio route and
charlottsvlllo tit 0:10 p ui and 7 no n in Stius.
burgloenl at I): 17 am, 1
TicKKTa, sleeping-car rcsoryatlon and informa
tion furnished, and bacgago checked at odico,
Jiiliil Penmylvatla avenue, and at Passenger
htntlon, Pennsylvania Iltvltruud, Sixth and H
"r00taJAMES L. TAYLOIt ten. Pass. Agont.
Chosapoako and Ohio Routo,
Schedule In offoot SEPT. HI, Isss.
Trulns leavo Union Depot, sixth und D sticcts,
10.57 a, m. Pon Nkwi-oiit Nkk, "Id Point
Comfort und Niirfolk, dally except huiiduy. Ar
HAila. in.- Pon stultom on the cliesapcnko
and Ohio la Virginia, Wtat Virginia uud Ktn
tucky, dally uxoept Sunday, Sleeping uirs Clif
ton I'orguto Loxlngton, Ky,
r:!J() p. in. , Past Wbijtuin Smw" dally.
Solid train, with, Pullman llulfct sleeping ems
to Louisville; Pullmuu service to Clnunnutl, bt.
Louis, Meinpnls nnd New Orleans
ODlce, 51 U Pennsylvania as nine
II. W l-'tUXH.
Ocn, Puss. AbcuU
DnUOS AND CHEMICALS.
Bright's Dlsenso of tho Kidneys, Dis
easos of tho Norvous Systom, tho Urio
Acid Diathesis, Gout, Ehoumatio
Gout, Rhoumatisni, Eenal Oalouli
and Stono in tho Blatldor, Disoasoo of
Womon, Dyspopsin?, Etc, Eto.
W. S. THOMPSON,
703 Fifteenth St.,
AGENT FOK THE DISTJHOT OK COLUMWA.
OVEIt TWO .MILLIONS DLSLntllUTED.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY
Incorporated by tho Rtato Legislature In 18U8
for educational nnd Chnrltablo purposes, nnd
Its franehlso mado n jrnrt of tho present Stato
Constitution, In 18711, by an ovkiiwiieuhno
Its (IHANDKXTHAOIIDINAIIY DltAWINdS
tal.0 plnoo Heml-Anmmllv. (Jnnonnd December),
and lis GHAND SINULK NUMIIEH DHAW INtIS
tako placo In each of tho other ten months ot
tho year, and aro all drawn in public, at tho
Aendomy of Muelo, Now Orleans, La. J
"Wo do hereby certify that wo suporvlso tbo
arrangements for nil of tho Monthly nnd Scml
Annual Drawings of tho Louisiana State
Lottery Co., nnd In person manano and control
tho Drawings thomsolvcs. nnd that tho samo
aro conducted with honesty, fairness, nnd In
good faith townid all parties, and wo nuthorlzo
tho Company to uso this certificate, with fac
similes of our signatures attached, In Its ndver
tlsemonts." G. T. BEAUREGARD,
J. A. EARLY,
Wo tho ttnderslgnod Banks and Hankers will
nay nil Prlr.es drnvn In tho Louisiana State
Lotteries, which may bo presented at our
It. sr. 1VAMISI.15T, l'rst. tn. Nut. Jlimlc.
V. LANAtlX, I'rrst. Stiite Nut. llnnk.
A. 11AI,1W1N, J'rcit.N. o. Nut. ltimk.
OAK 1. KOIIN, 1'rcst. Union Mat. Hank.
THE MAMMOTH DRAWING
WILL TAKB PLACE
At tho Aendomy of Music, New Orleans,
TUESDAY. December 18, 1R88,
CAPITAL PRIZE, $600,000.
100,000 Tlclccts lit 1'nrt-nullum Halves,
$201 (Jiuirters, $10 i:iglitli, $31
Twontlotlu, $':; lorlluths, Ul.
LIST OP PHIZES.
1 PHIZE OP $000,000 Is
1 PltlZIiOl-' l(MI,U(X)is
1 PHl.UOK 50,000 Is
2 Pltt.ESOP 25,000 aro
o 1'iii.Biiui- in.uminro
a PltlZUS OP
500 phizes op
loo aro. .
100 Prizes of 31,001) aro
loo .Prlz.es of SiKinro
100 Prlzosof 400 nro
D!) Prlesof SSOilnro
1)0 Prlzesof KXInru
000 Prlzos of g'.'oo nro
1)00 Prlzosot lH)Ouro
u,l -10 Prizes, amounting to $3,118,800
Notk. Tickets drawing Capital Prizes are not
entltlod to terminal prizes. A ticket drawing
a tl rco number terminal prize, will not bo en
titled ton two number terminal prlzo.
SVFon Ciun IUtks or any further lnforma'
Hon doslrcd, write legibly to tho underslgnod
clearly stating your residence, with State
County, Siroct and Number. Jloro rapid ro"
turn mall dollvcry will bn assured by jour on'
closing nn Knvolopo bearing your fulluddioss
Sond Postal Notes, Express Honey Orders, or
Now York llxchnngo In ordinary letter. Cur
rency by Hxpress (at our expense) addressed
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Now Orleans, Ln.
Address Iteglstorod T.ottorsto
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
Now Orleans, La.
PPMFMRFR Thatthoprosonconf OcncraU
lYGlUblUOCn Doauregard nnd Karly, who
uio iuohnrgoot tlio drnwlngs.isa guaruntco ot
nbsoluto fairness nnd'lntcgrlty that the cliancos
aro all equal, nud thnt no ono can possibly ill
vino what rtimber will draw a Prlzo.
"lti:MUMIIKK. also, that tho payment of
Prizes Is (JIIAHANTKUD II V POIIH NATIONAL
HANKS of Now Orleans, and tho Tlokets are
signed by tlio Pru-ddcut or nil Institution whoso
chartered rights aro recognized In tbo highest.
Courts; thorcforo. bowamof all Imitations and
all anonymous schemes."
t nrescrlbo And fullr e
dorso IIIk 41 as ths only
spccirio tcr the certain cuzc
7 -ro & hats.
..ruled sol 11
oi inis ainraQV.
; U.U.INUUA1IAM.M. n.,
Amsterdam, N. Y.
Vl bava sold Dig O (ol
many years, nnd It bai
IciTrn dm uegb ui dbiis
HS1.00. Bold by Druggists.
HEALTH IS WEALTH I
Dn. K. 0. Wtsr's Nenvn inn Uiuix TrniiT
ient, uguuranteud spoolllo for Hysteria, Dizzi
ness, Convulsions, Htsj Nervous Neuralgia,
Heudaohu, Nervous prostration caused by tho
uso of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental
Depression, Softening of llio Drain resulting Iu
insanity and leading to misery, decay and death,
Promsturo Old Ago, Harrennoss, loss of Power
In either sox. Involuntary Losses unit Spermator
rhea caused by over-oxertlon ot tho orulu, self
ubuso or uvor-lndulgence. Knell box oontalns
ono month's tieatmunf, 81 a box, or six boxes
for 8S, sent by mall prepaid on rooelnt of prloo.
' VVKtiUAUANTku SlXllOXlJS l ,
to cuio any caso. With oach order recolvcd by
us for six boxes, accompanied with $5, wo will
scud the purchaser our written guarantee to
rotund tho monoy If tho treatment does not ef
fect' a euro, (luurautcus Issued ouly by O.
OlIltlSTIANI, Druitglst, Soi.u Auknt, 4S1
Penuu. live., between 1)11 nud llth sts.
ORTHKHQUOn HAIHTCAN 1115 CUltEDUY
AUMINISTKHINO UK. HAINES'
Car. oo given lu a cup of coffeo or tea without
the knowledge of the person taking It. It Is ab
solutely harmless, uud will oltuut npuimanent
and spoedy ourv.whother thd patient Is n moder
utodrlukororuu uleohollo wtouk. It has been
given lu tbuusauiU of oases, uud In every In.
htnuoo a perfect uiiro has followed. IT NttvHIl
PAILS. Tbo system onco Iniprognutod with tbo
bnoclltq, It becomes an utter Impossibility for
tho llnuor appetite to exist For sale bvS, Y,
WAHK. under tho P.bbltt llousoj II, K, IIULPH
HNS'l'INlC, Po-.irteontli street and Vermont uvo
PFPEilPGft nvte Aro tho niwr.
. wii,u m
'"spteiT I nnAUA
f-- ',J Al llll
IEL IB. Bj.E,2rXT3yC &s CO.,
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
TORONTO SPEED CONTEST.
rsar. BfAsUA-rrVnUHuir' "MrfV-!SjllliHiWfS-f rf(S
The Winning Typewriter, THE REMINGTON.
Raisins, Figs, Prunes, Nuts, Dates, Malaga
Grapes, Bananas, Florida Oranges
JOHN H. MAGRUDER,
1417 New York Ave. and I I 22 Connecticut Ave,
Headquarters jj Gents' Fine Shoes.
rorjiolse, Kuiifrurooniiil Cnir Slioca to Nult Everyoiio at
GAUTRELL'S, 900 SEYENTH STREET.
BEST IS BEST
Thro' the World.
OUR FALL OPENING OP
Shirts to Measure
Cannot Be Excelled,
Cor. 15th and G Sts
FINE FAMILY FLOUH.
aii.T una u r
OOl.UU.V II I LI,
And you will nlways havo beautiful llrotd,
Halls aud UUeults. Wholesalo Uonot, coruor
First s.troet and ludlunn uvonuo.
WM. M. QALT & CO.
Thorp's Mnslc In tdc (Heir) Air,
Thoro Is Music, and thoro la
music. If you want the
right kind provldo tho
"holr" with a
lew Suit or Overcoat
FROM ODR VERY COMPLETE STOCK.
Good Goods are Reliable,
CHEAP GOODS ARE HOT.
Thoro Is no placo whoro
strong matorlal counts foif
moro than In Boys' Clothing.
We Guarantee Ours.
(Iutoriiatlonnl for AVorld'n Chums
nuslnoss correspondence and Uztl tsstl.
GOLD MEDAL, 0S.7 words per uilnato.
81LVEH MEDAL, 05.11 wordfpet mlnutsi
Memorized sentence (five mlnntos) JO
words correctly written. (Callgraph less
less man -vr woras correoiiy wriitoa.)
WyckofTi Seamans & Benedict
Cor. 8th and F Sts. N. W.
Our most ultra styles of
Boys' Garments aro made
in such small quantities
that particular parents may
indulge some individuality
of taste in selecting their
sons' costumes, knowing
that duplicates are rare and
not 'to be found outside our
. ROBINSON & CO..
9Q9 Penna. Ave.
H. D. BHRR,
Importer and Tailor.
Fall and Winter Goods,
All of ths Latost NoToltles,
ENGLISH, FRENG1I AND SCOTCH SUITINGS,
ETC., JUST ARRIVED.
Jill. IUItlt jicrsonally tits all garments md
In our ostttbllshtnent.
1 1 1 1 Penna. Avenue.
English Diagonals I
Our stock of Wldo W'ula Ulajouali com.
pKtu-Uluak. Ulues, lliowas aud (Jrays, n
mako tlniso In.Ciitnway Units. Hat braided, for
Stl;l.r0. TIimu am eenuluii Knzllsli 'orst(hls.
Coireot style and iwrfect tit uuaruutcod,
HARBAIM & BENNETT,
iill! XTwsa '2u"Oi?J; j.v.
. . .Juto.y
i Mjllirrtiyis'tii liaitofcrtiitMirlrf
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