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THE EVENING POST, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 188S.
The Evening Post.
Dorothy Xtlmn In Oooit Ifoiiffleeplng.
Tho leaves nru cliatiRlns day by tiny to gold;
A solemn liusli Is brooding In tliu air;
Tlio story of, tlio year Is almost told.
Sometimes a nut falls, loosened by tho bold,
Or In the stillness starts a timid bare.
Tho leaves aro changing day by day to gold.
Fur off a purplo mist seems lc enfold
The distant bills uud make them still more
Tho story of tho year Is almost to)d,
Tho golden rod, last mouth so bright and bold,
Now bows Us silvery (lead, aud over) whoro
Tbo leaves aro changing day by day to gold.
Oftlmcs tbero"rlses from tho loafy mold
A spicy perfume Wee some Iucciibo rare;
Tho story of tho year Is almost told
And when tho south wind mpves tho branches
Wo hear agcntlo murmur as of prayor.
Tho leaves aro changing day by day to gold.
Tho story of tho year Is almost told.
FOR HER RIVAL
A WOMAN'S IIEltOISSI.
"I shall miss you terribly, May," said
tho cltlost of tho two young ladles In tho
pony clmlso that was rolling rapidly
nlong tho quiet country road. "But then
I suppose your father needs you?"
Slay, a fnlr-halred hlondo, with won
derful bluo eyes, hesitated a moment lic
foro answering, and then, pulling oft her
glovo, hold her small loft hand up boforo
Annls' eyes, vyhpro diamond ring
"You aro ongaged?" asked her friend,
"Yes," replied May, with a pretty
blush, "and ho knows you very well,
"When I told him I was o spond a fow
weeks with you at Greyhurst ho sa.id he
had met you often at your uncle's."
Slay did not notico tho sudden palor
that spread suddonly oyer her f rieds faco,
as sho continued in tho same happy strain.
"You sec, I met hliu rather oddly.
"When our minister was called awny sud
denly on account of illness, Sir. Cole
rldgo camo to tako his placo. Papa in
vited him to make his homo with us dur
lua his stay."
As her friend spoke Annis' thoughts
had flown back to tho past year. Sho
remembered how her intorest had been
caught at her first sight of tho young
clergyman whom her unclo had brought
homo with him ono evening, and how
tho oftcnor sho saw him the deeper that
intorest grow, until suddenly sho becamo
awaro that all uncousclously sho had
givon away unsought her girlish heart.
Then had como tho announcement of
the death of her fathcr'H only brother,
nnd that lin had left her his solo heiress.
Then sho had boon obliged to lcaso tho
quiet homo In which sho had boon so
happy, to onter upon her duties as mis
tress of tho stately "Greyhurst." She
had had many suitors sincoi but her
heart yet remained truo to its first im
pression. Now sho Baw that tho futtiro
to which sho had looked with tho hopl
fulness of youth held no bright possl.
bilitlcs for her.
As her friend paused, with a strong
effort Annis regained her self-control and
said, calmly, as sho kissed tho little un
gloved hand which had nestled Itself in
"Then Ralph Colcridgo is tho happy
man. Indeed I do congrotulnto you,
Slay, for ho is, as you say, good and
noblo. As his wife you cannot help but
When tho girls had driven away from
"Greyhurft1' tho sun was shining
brightly; but, though thoy had not no
ticed it, in tho distanco there had been
a llttlo cloud "like a man's hapd," and
now nil at onco they becamo conscious of
tho storm gathering about them. With
a frightened faco Annis suddenly ox
claimed, as sho turned toward homo:
"Wo must hasten, Slay, for tho ponies
aro afraid of lightning."
Suddenly, as thoy wcro on tho brow of
a long, steep hill, at the end of which
tho road turned abruptly to tho right, a
vivid flash of forked lightning shouo be
foro their eyes.
With ono terrified bound tho ponies
wero oil at a mad pace. Nothing could
stop them. Of no avail yero tho girlish
figures which endeavored to cheek their
Standing orcet, Annis retained her
grasp upon tho reins; but her eyes dilated
with an agonized expression as sho saw
tho almost certain deatiuction which lay
before them, At tho foot of tho hill
which they wore swiftly descending was
i high stono wall.
"Annls," exclaimed Slay, "can you
stop them boforo thoy get to tho foot of
In low, intenso tones came tho hopeless
rtu( Slay; I ran do nothing with
them. We aro doomed!"
With a sobbing cry Stay bowed her
her head upon her hands.
"Kalph! ltalphl Can it ho that I shall
never sco you ngainV Oh! it is hard to
dlo so young and 90 happyl"
As Annls heard tho piteous words a
sudden determination flushed into her
mind. Sho had onco read of a bravo
deed which at tho tlnio had filled her
with marvel. Could sho not do tho samo
tiling herself, nnd savo her friend's life?
For herself it did not matter; sho was
alone in tho world: but for Slav should
her life bo spared a future of happiness
with him sho loved so dearly stretched
out boforo her. Stooping, sho said
"Sluy, llston; do not glvo way. I
think that boforo long 1 can check .this
tcrriblo speed, and in that instant do you
jump from the carriage"
Slay looked wonderingly into Annis'
face, scarco comprehending her words.
"Check that tcrriblo speed?'' It seemed
certainly moro than human power could
"Now. Slay!" cried Annls. With tho
words sho had made n desperate spring
and tho next, moment sho had lauded
squarely upon tho back of ono of tho
ponies, anil had grasped tho check
rein with all her forco.
With a startled plutico tho ponlos
stopped thon reared wildly and stood
pawing tho air wllh their hoofs.
"Jump, Slayl Jump for yourllfo?"
cried Annls; and Slay oboyed.
A fow wild plunges, and then with a
snort and a scream the two ponlos dashed
on, shaking from her lnsecuro seat tho
Tho storm was over, Tho clouds had
dispersed nnd onco mora tho sun camo
forth In royal splondor. Ills rays fell
upon a pitiful Hceuo. Upon two girlish
forms ono yet living, but unconscious
whoro sho had fallen tho other still and
quiet, with the solemn seal of death
upon tho wlilto, bruised faco.
Annis had saved her friend's (and hor
unconscious rival's) lifo at tho oxpense
of her own.
Another summer had como and gono,
nnd it was fall again. In ono of Naturo's
loirellcst spots, shadowed by a drooping
elm, near which a limpid streamlet
glided with a happy murmur on Its way
to tho sea, a mnrblo shaft reared Its
Tho sunshine glancing through tho
etves dropped a geutlo kiss upon tho
grave? beneath nnd fpll upon thu bowed
loads of two mourners. ItwasHalph
iud his nuwly-imido wKo, and lu softly
whispered tones thoy talked tosether of
iter who slopt below, to whoso heroic
deed both owed the happiness which life
had already given and still held for thorn
lu tho years to como.
WHEN MIL CbKVnUNI) KETIKKS.,
HoWIll Tlion llo VounBcrTImn Any of Ills
I'reilecossors lit tlio Snino Period.
When Mr. Clovolnnd retires from tho
Presidency ho will bo a younger man
than any of his predecessors was on leav
ing the Whlto Houso. Next to Cleveland
in point of youth was Piorco, and it is to
bo hoped Cleveland's after lifo will bo
mora pleasant than Pierce's was. Plcrco
failed of a renomtnation by his party,
traveled three years in Europe, lost all
his sons and his wife, and his own aim
less existence was terminated by death
at tho age of sixty-five. Uuchanan lived
but sovou years after leaving tho Proai
Johnson Is tho other President who re
entered public life, though ho reap
peared but for a moment. Upon his re
tirement in 'CO Johnson at onca set about
securing an ollleial return to tho Capitol
in which ho had been tho center of so
much turmoil, Ho was defeated for the
Senate in 1870 and for Congress at largo
in '72, but In 1874 was elected to tho
United States Sonato. Ho died tho next
General Grant lived but nino years
after retiring from tho Presidency, thon
baroly past his prime, and his last years
wero not without many troubles nud dis
appointments. Hayes, tho only living
cx-Presldont, scomB placid and content
in his flflth year, whilo his Immediate
successors met their fato untlmoly, tho
ono whilo yet in olllco by an assassin's
bullet, and the othorof n broken heart be
cause of Ills party's failure to mako him
Why Kecly Win runlnlied.
" The reason given by Kecly, tho mortorman
for his technical contempt of court have not
been published. Dr. 0. M, Richmond who Is
a friend of tho Inventor, went over to Philadel
phia to sco him tho day after his commitment
for contempt, and had a talk with him.
"Koely's position," said Dr. Richmond
yestorday, i'is unfortunate. Tbo majority of
the stockholders aro glad ho Is In jail, becauso
they think ho will now divulge tho secret of
tbo mysterious power which be utilizes In his
motor, , but I fancy thoy iaro mlstakon, Tho
reason Keely doe's not disclose his secret Is
simply because ha has been frozen out of tbo
motor stock, and bo refuses to enrich a lot of
men when ho can not get a cent out cf It him
sell. It Is a singular 'fact that Kcely does not
possess a penny's worth of stock lp his own
motor, lie has gradually sunk every cent
lie had In experiments, until to-day bo Is abso
lutely penniless. An appeal was mado to
Botno of tho stockholders looking tward a'bo
stowal of ten per cent of the existing stock on
Keely If ho 6Uccced,Iu making a practical sue
ccess of ' bis motor, but the stockholders
rofuso to mako concession and bonce Kcely's
stubbornness. Tlicro Is ono man In tho Filth
Avenuo Hotel, Lord by name, who owns a
thousand shares' of the stock, and thcro Is a
large number of stockholders whom, It would
now bo very' dlfllcult to buy out with any
amount of money, Kcely socms to bo tbo
only rank outsider In tho wholo deal."
At Yokohama Mr. Calno, M. l,'bad an em
barrassing llttlo adventure. At tho back of
overy Japanese house, be says, Is a pretty
llttlo gardeu with a largo bath houso contain
ing tubs of hot and cold watcr.JjTho Japanese
are as scrupulously clean lu their person as
in their bouses, and often wash all over two
or threo times u day. Tho room in which wo
had our dinner looked out upon tho larco
open window of tho bath bouse, lu which
tbrco men and two women were tubbing with
that absolute disregard of decency which
characterized our commou parents beforo
tbo fall, when they wcro naked and not
Later on In 'tho ovcnlng, as I was passing
to my room, ono of tho waltrctses,;ln tho cos
tume" of Eve, mado mo the most profound
and gravo bow, wishing me good night. No
Japanesohas as yet become cTvlllycd enough,
with all their wonderful civilization, to be
Hero It. possible under any circumstances that
she or ho is naked. In summer tlmo this con
dition of things Is universal. It Is a llttlo em
barrassiug at llrst to'tho,modcstKuropean,but
one soon gets used to it, and accepts It its the
primitive luuoceuco of a simple aud guileless
1 . 1
(Jiioon Victoria' Dully Iilfo,
Corrttiiondaice Boston Herald.
The Queen drives dally, but novcr till 8 lu
tho afternoon, and thcu, for tho most part, In
her own or her neighbor's forests, aud not on
tho highroad. And tho ctlquetto of Decsldo Is
peculiar. Whoever mav by cuauce meet tho
Queen 011 these excursions will do well to be
liavo as If ho had not mot her, nor seen her,
nor let her see him. IIo will get behind a rock
or tree, or otherwise as best he may mako
himself Invisible, and act as It ho had neither
eyes to seo nor ears to hear. Such is Her
Majesty's wish, perfectly understood by those
who ltvo in hor vicinity, uud studiously
oboyed. You may bo going to dlno at tbo
castle that evening; reason the nioro' why you
should elnk into tbo earth sooner than put
Her Majesty under compulsion to recognize
your existence when her soul longs for soli
tude. If, on tho other band, tho passer-by bo
neither tuuriot nor of such position as may cn
tltlo him to bo known, but a gllllc, or a groom
or laborer, tbo chances aro that upon a signal
fiomtho enrriajro tho postilions will pull up
their four smoking ponies, and tho Queen will
ask a kindly question or two of tho man about
himself and his family.
Coquulln'a T.lttlo KubIIsIi,
.V. Y. World.
A small, natty-looking figure In a dark suit,
dalntly shod and gloved, hair parted to a turn,
smooth, fresh, rosy face, quick yellowish gray
eyo, mobile foatmes and active motion, step-
I led Into tho (iilsey House cafe and ordered
ireakfast at 1) o'clock vesterdav mornlnc.
Tho order couslstcd of theso words: "A pot of
tea and some broad and buttei;" and was ut
tered lu clear, staccato tones and with nn
accent that couvlnced everybody In Its rango
that tho speaker must bo a foreigner. iVhen
thoy looked at him everybody was certain ho
was a forelsner they knew, f lien they won
dered a moment whoro thoy bad seen him, con
cluded It was In a Dicturo In tho hotel win
dow, and recognized M. Constant Coquolin.
Ho did not say anything elso to tho waiter, not
becauso ho didn't know any moro "United
States," of course, but became ho had noth
ing eiso to say.
Voroljrn Mutters of Intorost,
Uoulanger'A wife Is taking steps to obtain a
divorce. It Is stated that ono of tho richest
mldows In Franco Is willing to marry Iiou
langcr. Mine. Fnttt has arrived In Paris.
Thu Itotbschlld syndicate has taken on
Austrian loan of $10,000,000.
Tho Popo has Instructed Cardinal Gibbons
to congratulato Mr. Harrison on his election to
Tho Popo baa scnta letter thanking Cardinal
Manning and tho Kugllsh Catholics for their
support of him lu tho peual law question. ,
The directors of the East Africa company
met at the Kalserhopl, In Ilerlln, aud unan
imously resolved to Inform tho Government
that tho company will icllnqulsU none of Its
rights in Africa.
Commerce unit Its Prospects,
The New York Jfcahl In Its Saturday
Issuo devoted ten columns to the views of
prominent business men 011 tho present state
of commerce and Its prospects and sajs:
"It will bo noticed that geueially business
Is good and that a feeling of hopefulness for
tbo future piovalls In thu majoilty of In
stances. Tlicro ui 0601110 lines of trade, bow-
ever, lu which thlues aro fearfully dull, and
others In which the outlook Is exceedingly
Tho WlillllulK'ir Time.
It Is said that when a girl gets to bo 1)5, sho
Is fond of being called l)olsy, if that happens
to boherflist naino. At 10 sho Insists upon
boliuf culled M)ss tlmltli,
"Alilomoy l"lry Wueons."
Freeh Aldernoy butter, churned every morn
ing and ilcllveied III J lb. "Vunl"piluts, 40e.
per lb, Also cottage cheese, buttermilk und
tweet milk, fie, per jt. Q!rnu 15o. per pt.
EAHIiY MUnXIXO NEWS.
Itecent HvonU of Interest Holletl Down
for Unity Iteiullng.
Christian gehnepper, a barber, bo
camo discouraged becauso his health did
not permit him to work nt his business
and support his family, and lie shot him
self n Conttnl Park, Now York, Satur
day night. Ills body was found yester
A party of 170 American editors, en
rnuto to tho City of Sloxieo, arrived at
Satlllo yesterday. Thoy wcro received
by Govornor Galan. -Tho press associa
tion of tho city is making preparations to
glvo tho visitors a hearty welcome
Macklo & Co's steamer Nowburg of
Lelth, while on a voyago from Grange
mouth to Agrhuns with coal, foundered
in tho North Sea. Slxtoon persons wcro
drowned and ono was rescued and landed
Tho gonoial committee of church ox
tension of tho SIcthodlst Kpisconal
Church has finished Its labors in Phila
delphia, and adjourned to meet in St,
Louis next year,
Some intimato friends of Sir. Jasper
D, Payne do not believe the story that ho
was drowned, and Incline to tho bolicf
that Ids disappearanco is a practical joko
on his part.
Sir Charles Wat ren, who roslgncd nu
chief of tho London police becauso of
criticism regarding tho Whltcchapel mur
der cases, has bcon offered command at
Thousands of persons nltcuded a
demonstration In ulasnovln Cemetery
yesterday at tho monument of the Slan
choster martyrs. Tho proceedings wero
A subtorrancan river has been dis
covered on iho lino of tho St. Paul &
Dtiluth Ilatlroad at Mission Crook, Minn.
Queer specimens of fish have been cap
tured. Tho Italian Government has issued an
order forbidding vessels to approach tho
Island of Madalciio, tho object being to
prevent tho inspection of tho forts on tho
Sliss Geraldino Ulmer, tho American
singer, was thrown from her horse In
London Saturday, and it Is expectodthat
sho Will bo confined to her room for a
Heavy rains havo been reported
throughout Sloxieo during tho last tin 00
days, causing considerable damage A
heavy norther is blowing at Vera Cruz.
It Is believed that during tho coming
session of tho Canadiun Parliament tho
Government will enact legislation ie
stricting Chinese irpmtgration.
Sirs. Amanda Trultt killed her two
children with a hatchet and then at
tempted to cut her throat, Friday, at her
homo, in Tanoy County, Kan.
L. V. Williamson, a Philadelphia phi
lanthrophist, will establish a million
dollar great industrial school for tho
training of boys in tho trades.
Willlo Dundon, lOyoars old, of Ding
hampton, N. Y., played with a shotgun
yesterday. His brother's young wifo
will bo burled on Tuesday,
James Palmor, tho convicted murdoror
of Henry T. Whltohouso, attempted to
cut his throat at tho city jail in Ports
mouth, N. II., Saturday.
Daniel N. Kammerer, a prominent far
mer of Berks county, Pennsylvania, and
ono of tho largest land owners in that
section, has failed.
The Government school buildings
at tho Pima Indian Agency burned
Thursday night last. Loss, ?10,OQO ; no
Baron Von Zcdowitz, secretnry of the
Gorman Legation at Washington, has
been transferred to tho German Legation
Tho Brotherhood of Locomotive En
gineers of. tho Southern Pacific havo
protested against Slastcr Slcchanlo
An Injunction has boon granted against
tho leaso of tho Kast Tennesses by tho
Richmond & Danville Railroad.
A banquet was given at tho Ycdijs
Kiosk, Constantinople, in honor of Sir.
Strapss, the American minister,
Patrick A. Coil'eo of Jersey City has
been sentenced to bo hanged January 23
for tho minder of Agnes Smith.
The oxtenslvo wire works of Slorso &
Whyto, Brookllno, Slass., havo been de
stroyed by fire; loss $5p,000,
Ala., was burped on Saturday; lois $100,
000, insuranco 5t000. ,
Goycrnor Larabeo will take tho part
of the Des SIolucs lllver land sottlors
against tho ovlctors.
Tbo Paris Uaulois asserts that tho
Government intends to dUsolvo tho
Tho Whltccaps of Southern Ohio are
threatening all opposed to them with
Tho receipts from tho sale of the
steamer Great Eastern amounts to
Sir. Purccll O'Gorman, formerly Sloin
her of Parliament for Watcrfoi'd city, is
SI. IJertunsteiu, president of Switzer
land, has had his right leg amputated.
Dr. Sir AVilliam Jenner has resigned
from tho British Slodlcal Association.
Sir. Bright is no bettor. His son has
been summoned from Cardiff.
Tho Duke and Duchess of Connaught
havo arrived at Bombay.
The Parnoll dofenso fund now amounts
Mo Exlrn l'ures on II, & ,
It. Si O, lias established a quicker train ser
vice between Washington and Philadelphia
than that for which others charge un extra
faro. No extras are clmrged on the Jl, if- O.
"Try Ayer's Pills"
For Illieumntlsm, Kourulgla, nnd Gout,
Htephoii Lansing, pf Yonker.i, N, V.,
snys : " Jlccoinmended as a eurr, for
cjiroulo Cpstlvmoss, Ayer's Pills have
relieved mo from that trouble and also
from Gout. If every victim of this ills
ease would heed only throo words of
nilpo, I could banish Gout from thu liuul.
These words would bo 'Try Ayor'a
"lly tho nso of Ayr's Pills nlone, I
cured myself pnimaiiontly of rheuma
tism which had troubled 1110 several
month. Thpho Pills uro at onco harmless
and otfoctunl, and, I bellovo, would
piovo n spocltla lu all cases of Incipient
No medicine could havo served mo In
hotter stood. " C. O. Hock, Corner,
Avoy olios Parish, La.
0. V, Hopkins, Nevada City, writes :
" I havo used Ayer's Pills for Blxteeu
yoara, and I think thoy aro tho host Pills
In tho world, Wo keep a box of them
In the houso all tho tlmo. They have
cured mo of sick lieadarlio nnd neuralgia.
Blnco taking Ayer's Pills, I huvo been
froo from theso complaints."
" I havo derived great benoilt from
Ayer's Pills. Vivo years ngo I was
taken so III with rhouiuatisin that I was
unable to do nny work. I took tlueo
boxes qf Ayer's PHI' ll"d was ontiroly
cured. Blnco that tlmo I niu never
without a box of theio pills," Potor
ClirlsteiiBtm, Sherwood, wis,
Ayor's Cathartic Pills,
Dr. J. 0, Ayer & c.., Lowell, Mass.
fiofd by n Pt!'-t lu predlciuo,
In ono of our New England towns ono
small boy met another by tho roadjldo whom
ho w eating something taken from his
pocket. Tho following was tho conversation!
"What ycr catlut'"
"Where d'ycr git 'cmi"
IIT1... !.... II
"Where, off 'm Smith's tree?"
"Well, 'tis. Jf ycr don't ask Mm overy tlmo
It's jes' cr same as stealln'."
(Aftor short psuso.) "(JImrae one."
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Washington to Phllitdolplila aro tbo fastest
over run lu rcgularscrvlcu botwecn hero and
Iho Quaker City. Uullko other lines thu 1). b
(). charge no extra fare for superior service.
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Incorporated by tlio Stato Legislature In 1808
for Eduoatlonut and Churltablo purpnuos, nnd
Its franohlao made a pa,rtot tlio present StiKo
Constitution, In J870, by an ovehwueuiino
Its (1HAN1) KXTnAOIlDINAHY DIIAWING8
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G. T. BEAUREGARD,
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Wo the undersigned lianks and Dankors will
pay all Prizes drawn In tho Louisiana Stato
Lotteries, which may" bo picsentcd at our
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At tlio Academy r Mimic, New Orleuus,
TUIISDAV, December IS, 1888,
CAPITAL PRIZE, $600,000.
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JOO PKIZHSOP '100 are 80,000
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Sond Postal Notes, Eiprajs Money Orders, or
Now York Kxchango In (hllnary letter. Tiir
renuv y hxpresa (at our expense) addressed
M. A, DAUPHIN,
' iNow Orlcuns, I.a,
tililrexB Jteglstereil Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL HANK,
Nevvt Orleans, Let.
nClUGlYlDCa iioaiiii'iuid und lUrly. who
aie luehargeof the ilruwnn;Ja guiuanico of
absolute full ncm and Inherit)', that the uhauccs
urualt coital, and thut tio'piit) can possibly ill
vino what riunbtr will di'Aw n l'rlo.
"IIIIMKMlll'.lt. also, tut (lie payment of
Pllen Is CWAUAN I'KKI) nV VMM NATIONAL
UANKrt of New Orleiun, and Iho Tickets are
signed bv tlio President oflm Institution whose
chartered rights aro locpuuUmt In the hltliest
Courts: tlioufme, buvirij of ujl Imitations und
till iinonymuiis schemes.'',
Wholesale and Itotall Dealer la
Wood axxcL Ooal.
Comploto Piiollltlos, llollum Prices,
Pull Woluht and Me-uure
Wood and Coal direct from the (orests and
mines by rail and water, and Ireo from sin,',
Miuu uud other impurities,
CIIVK MIS A TUIAL.
Main Ynnl and onioe. 1101 It, I. nve.n. w.
ljraneh " BllAt. .o
1 ranch " " 5lu jtfst. n. w , , ,
Uranoh oftlco for orders, corner Tentn and I sti.
Bruholi oftlco for orders, corner liltU und M t
, All oouuecled by tolcpUouo.
"iio: pickcu 'cm UP w- Kraunu,"
"Did jer ask him 'f yer might have 'cm"
"Didn't this time, but I did th' other tlmo."
"Don't ycr know It's steallnr"
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
Double Trad. Splendid Scenery.
Steel Hails. Magnificent Kahtpment.
I(( KrrECT NnVEMien 1, 1898,
Trains cavo Washington, from station corner of
Sixth and II streets, as follows:
Fon I'msMMo and tho Wost, Chicago Limited
Kxpresi of Pullman Yos(lbulud Cars at 0.60 a in
dally; Past Line, 0 GO n m dally to Cincinnati and
St. Louis with looping Oars from Pittsburg to
Cincinnati, and llarrlsburg to Ht Louis: dally,
exoopt Saturday, to Chicago, with Sleeping Car
Altoona to t'hlosgo, Votorn Kxpross at 7.10
n m dally, with sfeenlng Curs Washington to
Chlcairo anil 8t. Lotus, connecting dally at
llarrisburg with thlough Sloopori for Loulsvlllo
am( Alomnlils. Paolllo Kxpress, lO.oo p m ually
for Pittsburg nnil tho Wst, with through
Sleeper to PlttKtmrg, and Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMOHH AND POTOMAC ItAILItOAD.
i FV,n Jf""1" Cannndalgiia and Itocheitor dally)
forlluflulo and Nlacara dally, except Saturday,
llooh pi wltl1 "t!0P'nB ';nr Washington to
Kon WiLMAMsronT, Lock Haven andElmlraat
0.8O a in dally, except Sunday.
1'On Nwu- YnliK unit IIia Hnd V V 0 00. 11.00
and U.o am, S.OU, 4 10,10.00 nnd ll.Wp'tn. On
Sunday, noo. 11, w a in, 2 00, 4,10 10.00 and
h su n m. i.imuod I5press of Pullman rarior
Cnrs.l).4na m. ditllv nfi,nni MimH.o o..h n.Ai nm
dally, with dining cur.
Fon Boston, without ohange, 11.00 p m overy
Ion BnooitLVN, N. Y., all through trains con
nect at Jersey city with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding doublo ferrlago across Now
Fon PniLAnELPiiu. r.M. a.OO. It 00 and lt.40
a m, 2 00, 4,10, o.OO, 10 00 and 11.90 p m On Sun
day, pro, 11,40a m, 8.00, 4.10, 0,00, 10,00 and 11.90
inn. 1.IU1UOU uxpross, an parior car', u,w a in
week days and 3.4J p m dally, with dining car.
Fon Biltixoiie, 0.3S, 7.00, 0.00, 0 40.0. CO, 11.00
and 11.40 a m, 1J.0V S 00. 3.4V 4.10, 4 SO, 4.10, 0 00,
7.40, 10 00 and 11.90 pm. On Sunday, 0 00, (MM.
J-M. 11,40 am, 9.00,3,45,4.10,6,00, 7.40, 10.00 and
Fob Porx's'CnrsK Like, 7.20 am nnd 4.40 pm
dally, oxcept Sunday.
For ANhuroLU, 7.90 and 0.00 a ra, 19.03, 4,40
P m dally, except Sunday, Sundays, 0.00 am,
ALBXANDHIA AND FltEDBltlOIISnuna
.Fon ALXXANnniA, 0 00, 8 35, 8.40. 0.45, 10.87 a m,
19.01 nn,, n m A ix nn H r. tt n a lK 10.01
and 11.87 p m". On Sun'da'y nt 0 00, 6,45," 10.BT a
ui, .ou, U.IXI, p,uj aim iu.ui p in.
Accommoiution for Quantlco, 5.00 pm week
Fon ItioiiNOND and the South, (1.00, 10.57 a m
dally and 0 0) p m dally, oxcept Sunday,
TnAms leave Alexandria for Washington,
0.03, 7.03, 8.00. 0.10, 10.15, (1.07 a m, 1,'JO. 3.00. 3 93,
B.10, 7.03, O.W, 10.4J and 11.05 p m. On Sunday
at 0.10 and 11.07 a m, 9.00, B.10, 7.03, 0.3J and
10.4J p m, '
Tickets and Information at the oOlco, north
eatt corner of 10th strtot and Pennsylvania
avenue, and at tho station, where on'ors can be
itttfortheohcoklngof baggage to destination
trnm hotels and resldenoes.
OIIA8. E. PtJOlI,
.T U. WOOD,
(Jen. Pais. Agent.
Baltimore and Ohio railroad.
Scliednlo lu effect Noy. 18, 1888.
Leave Washington from station cornor of Now
Jersey avenue and 0 street.
For CuicAim nnd Northwest, Vestlhuled Lim
ited oxpross dally 8.55 a. m express 0.03 p. in.
l'on Cincinnati nnd St. Louis, oxpross dally
8.00 and 11,10 p. in.
Fob PiTTsnuno and Cloveland, Vestlhuled
Limited oxprcss dally 8.55 a. m. and express 0.03
p. ra. dally.
Fob Lkxinoton and Looul Stations, tlO.10
Fon Baltimoiik, 5.00, 0.30, 0.40,7.30,8.30,0.13,
11,00 (45-mlnuto train) n. ra., 19.10, 9 05. 3.15,(45
mlnuto train), U.95, 4.:io, 4.35. 5.30, 0.45, 7.:io, o. 15
and 11.30 p.m. aumlays, o:K), 7.30. ,so,o,n,
m., 1,15, 9.05,3.33, 4.30, 4.33, 0.13, 7.30, 0.13 and
100 p.m.. '''
Fob Annapolis, 0,40 and 8.30 a, m., 19.10 and
4 33 p, m. On Sundays, 8 30 a. m., 4.83 p. m
Leave Annapolis U.40, 8 37 a. ra., 19.03, 1.10 p. in.
Sundays, 8.37 a. m., 4.10 p. m.
Fob Wat Stauons between Washington und
Baltimore, 6.00, 0.10, 8 30 a. m.. 19,10, , '1.95, 4.35,
0. n, 11.30 p. m, On Sundays, B.80 a. m., 1.13, 3.93,
4.33, ,I5, 11.30 p.m.
Fob Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
0.35, 810.10 a. in., J1.15 p. m., for principal sta
tions onlyi tio.io, a. m T4.35 und t5.:w p. m.
Fon (lAiTiiKiwnuna and Intermediate) points,
1 10.00 . m tl9.30, t4,40, 3.33, tll.SO p. m.
Fon Bom's and Inlcrmed.lato station, t.00 p,"
Ciiuii.iTnAiN leaves W
at l.b'ip. in., slopping at
.'(on on ('iindny
'Inns bn Metro-
Foil FiiKlihlin k, tlO.lt. 1 1 35 and tS 30 p.
m. bunduys, 1.15 p, in,
Foil HAatiwawN, tlO.10 n a. and t3.30 p. m.
Tbains AimiVK from Chicago dally 7.90 a. m,
and 0.35 p. in. from clnolnnatl uud St. Louis
dully 0.90 a. in. and 1.55p.m,; from Pittsburg,
7,90 a, in., t7.90 and 0.33 p. in.
TnAiNS have Baltlmoro for Washington at
5.10, (1,90, 6 30. 7,90,8 00 (45-mlnuto train), O.ft),
li 03, lo.oo (l.vmlnuto train) a. m.. 19.15, 9.00, 3.00,
4.10,5 00, 0 00, 0 30, H.OO, 10 00 und 11.00p.m. On
Sundays, B.10, 0 SO, 8.00, 0.00, 0.05, 10.90 a. m.i
1,15, 9.00, 1.10, 5.00, .:, 8.00 10.00 and 11.00 i. in.
Fon PiiiiaPEi.viiiA and Wilmington, dally, 8.10
a. in., 9.03, 4,90 und 11.30 p.m. Bullet Parlor
Cars on tho 8,10 h. in. nnd 4.90 p, m. trains.
Meoplngs Cars on tho 11.30 p. in., open at 0.00
FouiNTKUMKMATKroiNTS between Italtlmnro
uud Philadelphia, (i,30 a. in., 3.05 nnd t4.30
I'uou l'uiLAiiELi'iiiA and Wilmington, dally,
0.30, 11,15 a. m., 9.50, S.BSnnd 11.00 p. in.
tExcept Sunday. Dally. SSundny only.
Baggage called for nnd checked at hotels and
residences nn orders left at ticket otllces, Oil)
and 1301 Pennsylvania avenue.
W. M. CLEMENTS, C1IAS, O. SCULL,
(Jen. Mnnagor. Hen. Pass. Aet
PiedmOnt Air Line
Schedule in Efkct August 12, 1888.
8:30 A M East Tennosee Mall, dnlly for
burg, and stations between Alexandria and
Lynchburg, ltoanonko, Bristol, Knoxvllle.ltome,
Calera, Montgomery and Now Orleaus. Pull
man Sleeper Washington to Now Orleans.
11:21 a si-Fust Mall Dally forWarrenton,
Cburlottesvlllo. Uordousvillu, stations Chesa
peake and OhloItoute.Lynohbiirg.ltoukyMount,
Danville and stations between Lyuohourgaud
pain (lie, Oreonshoro', ltalolgh,Charlotto,Colura
bla, Augusta, Atlanta, Birmingham, Montgom
ery, New Orleans, Toxas unit California. Pull,
man Sleoper Now York to Montgomery, In con
nection with Pullman Sleepers Montgomery to
Now Orloans, nnd Mann Boudoir Sleepers for
Birmingham, Vicksburg and Shrevoport. Pull
man Sleoper Danville to Columbia aud Auguslu.
Solid trains Washington to Atlanta, Does nut
connect for O, and 0. route points Sundays.
3.U0 r h dailt, oxcopt Sunday, for Manassas,
Btrasburg, Luray, and Intermediate stations,
connects at; ltlyorton for Luray, arriving g.y
6,:10 r . Westeiin Bxfiiesi dally for Warren,
ton, Oordonsvlllo, niariottusvllle, I.onlsvlllo,
Clnolnnatl, aud summer resorts oil and near Hue
of Chesapeake and Ohio route. Pullman Sleep
ers aud solid trulus Washlmtton to Louisville:
also for Lynchburg, Bristol, Chattanooga, Mum
phis. Little Book and nil Southwestern poluis.
Through Pullman sleepers Washington to Mem-
his without change,
11 rs. Soutiieiin nxriisss dally for Lynoli
burg, Dmvlllo, Ilaleluli, Ashovllle, charlotto,
Columbia, Aiken, Augusta, Alhiuui, Muntgom
cry. New Orleans. Texas nud Culiforula, 1'ulj.
man Vestibule Sleeper Washington to New
Orleans via Atlimu and Mn ginnery. Pull,
man sleoper Washington to Aiuusu, (Ja , with,
Trains on Wasiunoton ano Ohio Division
leave Washington o.oo a m, dally except Sun
ilny. and I;1'5 p in. dully; nrilru Hound mil
llliHamand7:'Jl pin. Ketiiriilug, leave Hound
)llll5:rOum, dally, and 1:20 p m, duily oxcopi
Sunday, arriving Washington 8.U0 a in aud 0:53
Thuouohtkains from the South, via Charlotte,
Danville and Lynchburg, nirlvo lu Wusnlngtou
7.00 a in und 7::15 p ii; vl.i Bnst Tennessee,
Bristol und Lynchburg ut U:in urn nnd 0:10 p
m; via Chesapenka and Ohio routu and
Charlottsvlllo ut t):0 p m and 7.00 a m. Strus
burg local at II: 17 a m.
Tickets, sleoplng'Cur reservation and Informa
tion furnished, and haugugo cluked ut oflloe.
liJOO PcnniylytttU avenue, and at Pussonger
station, Pennsylvania Kallroad, Sixth uud B
stle0t" JAMES li. TAYLOK Oon. Pass. Agont.
Chosapeako and Ohio Route.
Sehodule In effect SEPT. 10, 1888.
Trains leave Union Depot, Sixth and B strcots,
10.17 u. ra. Fon Nkwimht Nkw. Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk, dully oxcept Sunday, Ar
rive uNoi folk 7 p, m.
ll:'il a. in. Foil stations on tho Chcsupoako
and Ohio lu Virginia, Wott Virginia aud Ken
tucky, dally oxcopt Sunday. Sleeping oars Clif
ton Forge to Lexington, Ky,
K.:io n. m. Fast WrsiKim Exriicss d.illv.
Solid train, with Pullman lliiffol hleoplug curs
to Louisville: I'liiimun serMeoin Lincinuatl, bt,
Louis, Iempils and Now Orleuus,
Olllse, 511) Penusyhunla avenue.
II W. FIM.LKH,
Uuu. Pass. Agent.
E. B. BHRNUM 5t CO
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
JOHN H. MAGRUDER
Fine Groceries, Wines and Liquors,
1417 New York Ave. and I 1 22 Connecticut Ave
Heack) uarters I Gents' Fine Shoes.
I'oriiolsc, KniiRuroo ami Calf Slioci to Halt Kieryono nt
GAILTRELL'S, 900 Seventh Street.
Gas Boilers at S1.1B and $1.5(1 for instantly making Tea or Coffee.
For large and small (amities. J list the stova (or summer use, us you extinguish the lire tha
Instant the cooking Is done, l'or sale by the
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 0?ei.l33a-, S-toree-t 3ST "VT.
TORONTO SPEED CONTEST.
-, THE REMINBTOJl
EDWARD F. DROOP,
OUB TKS.NA. AVK.MIK.
Call anil examine the large stool; of
Unbler & Drp.. A. 11. Cliaso. Mnwliall & Wen
dell. Wheclook, Decker & Son, Urlggs, Oroyu
btoon Jt Fuller aud other
Pianos sold on Installments, Kxohan2etl,
Iteuted, Itenulred, Tuned, Xloved and Stored.
hhect Muslo, (orcUn uud domestic! Musical
md8o.,eto.. constantly on hand, Uanjo, Oultar,
Muudollu, Violin and Cello Strings a Hneclalty,
Grand, Upright and Square
:p i .a. :ixr o s.
SKCOND'HANIl 1'IANOS. u Hue assortmeiil
orpromliient makes at all prioe.
PIANOS I'OIt HUNT.
AVr. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
FINE FAMILY FLOUR.
OII.T IIIXIIl nr
And you will a'lways liava peaiitltul Uroml,
ltolls and UlsoulU Wliolonnlo Ueimt, oorner
i'lret street and iiullauu.neiuio.
WM. M. OALT & CO,
The Happy Party!
It's not usual that every
body can be happy over
any specific event, but
THE GREAT BARGAINS
Which we found in New
York on Tuesday at the
mark-down sale of one of
the largest and finest
manufacturers made US
happy. You can be so,
too, for we give you the
benefit of low prices on
(Iiiteriiutlouul for M'orlil'fi Chnm.
Iluslnen correspondence aud lojil testl
fJOLII 51I5DAL, 03.7 wordi por minute.
tilLVlIR MKDAIi, 05.11 wordi- per mlnut.
Memorlr.od senteueo (Hvo minutes) 560
word correctly written. (C'allRrapli losi
ledn than 475 wnrdd eorreotlv writtan.1
,?iSond (or "TeatlmunyoC the Camera."
WyckotT, Seamans & Benedict
Cor. 8th and F Sts. N. W.
I)n. E. O. Weit'i Neiivb and IIiuin TnBiT
hint, amiaraiiteediipeelllo (or Hysteria, Dizzi
ness, Coiivulsloiia, 1'lts, Nervous Neuralgia,
Headache, Nervous prostration caused by tha
use o( ulcohol or tolmcco Wakefulness, Mental
Depression, hiifteuliur of the Drain resulting la
Insanity and leading to misery, decay uud death.
Prematura Old Age, Jlurreniiess, Loss of Povvor
In olther sex, Involuntary Louses and Spermator
rhea caused by over-exertion ot the Drain, Bolt
abuse or ovcr-luilillgeuee. JJucli box contains
oneinonth'Btieatinonti Sl.a box, or six boxes
(or S5. sent by mull prupuld on receipt o( price.
' ' WK UUAltANTKH SIX 110XKS ' ' ,
to cure any case. Willi eaoli order received by
us (or bIx boxes, accompanied with 85. wo will
send the purchaser our written guarantee to
refund the money l( the treatment does not ef
fect u euro. Guarantees Issuod ouly by O.
OI1UIST1AN1, Druggist, Hol.K Aoknt, 4S1
1'enna. uve between 4U and mil sts.
OtlTlIELlQUOK IIAIUTOAH DE CURED DY
ADJUNIbTKItlNQ DU. HAINES
Can no given lu a uup of eoffeo or tea without
the knowledge of the person taking it. Kts ab
solutely harmless, uml will effect u permanent
and speedy cure, whether the patient Is a moder
ate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, It has been
given lu thousands of cases, aud In every In
stance a perfect uuro has followed. IT NBVI?U
FAILS. The system once Impregnated with the
Speelllo, It becomes un utter Impossibility (cr
tho liquor appetite to exist. For ealo hvS. V,
WAHK. under tho Ebblttllousej II. K. IIEU'II
KNSTINK. Fourteenth street and Vermont ave
I present) and rally
durse Dig (9 the only
ot Hits disease,
O. U.INIIIIAHAM.M. H ,
Amsterdam, N, V.
We have inld Big Q foi
ni.iiy yrs, nnd It but
Rlv.n th btit ot litis-
SI, 00. Bold by Drugglstat
HEALTH IS WEALTHI
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