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TIIE EVENING!- FGBT, SATUBDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1888.
Tiie Evening Post
YI2 KNVOIITI2 MAKV.
A rosT Monr-u'AiiTnunuN ir.oEsn.
0. llerforxl In ahrlttmai Uft.
To loir burns low, yo fonsto Is ilnnm,
Twolvokiiyitliloso' t" I'nbln Jtotimlo
Blydo down frfmni" yo Ih-iicIim, oho by ono,
Aud snore up in tho xround.
Yo loj? lo a (llmmo bluo flnnio has clloil,
Wbon vo ilooro of yo b iii(iit I alio
Is opined wlilo. nnil In tlicro ulyiln
Twolo epjctrnl Hajsos and tallo.
Yo log burn tllurnc, nml rite moro dltntno,
Uii'.il proam onoli knyKhtlln euost,
As yo Rlioato of his grandmother, (jaunt and
Slti on each knygito by ohosto. .
Y" lopt In pieces twnlno ilolh fillip,
Yo ilnyo bczlunes to brouku,
Twoho pliontllo grandmothers frtydo from yo
And yo twiho poodo knysntos nwako.
And ocr wlmnno Mynco Plo was placed
Attoyo table from thatto dajo,
Yo Twilvo knygbtoa trussed thcmsclrei In
Amlo looked yo other vnyo.
I'tom tht Hnrlfoitl Voil.
"I novcr will call licr 'niotliorl' I
Tiovor will lovo licrt And there's no nsu
lu nigning tho matter with mo, for I toll
you Hint my mind is inmlo up!"
I stamped mv foot passionately on tho
floor ns I Bpokc, mid I could feci the hot
sennet fltifdi sufTusIiig ml my fnco. Jly
father looked vexed nud discomfited, but
ho laid his hnnd kindly on mlno.
"Isabel," ho said, caressingly, "for my
sako I think you will Jtry und ovorcome
this unfounded projudico agnlnst ono
who Is ifo i;ood ntul ns gentle as she is
I turned sullenlv nway, without a syl
lable of reply, and buried myself and my
tribulations In tho slmdicst nnd most rc
tlicd walk of tho garden. But ovon as I
leaned over the hand-tail, mechanically
fixlngjny eyes on tho ,whlrl of tho musi
cal waters uclow, a light hand touched
my shoulder, and I started to find myself
lookinc dltectly into tho faco of my beau
tiful young stepmother.
"Isaboll" slto said, softly.
"I did not expect to sco you here, Mrs.
Farnhtim," I said, coldly. "I supposed
that at least in ono spot of my father's
grounds I bhoiild bo ftce from unwol
"Will you not hclicvo that I Ioto you,
Isabel?" she pleaded wliilohcr wistful
violet eves and ttcmbling lip would
linvo melted any heart less ninrblo cold
"These privato theatticals aro quito
unnecessary, madam," I nnswotcd,
ltlgidly. "I can hardly bo oxpected to
yield a child's roveronco to a mother
hcarco thrco yoars older than myself I"
"I do not ask for any such feelings on
your part. Isabel, but I would plead for
a little lovo!"
"It is quite useless. Tho lncmoiy of
my own mother " and hero I stopped
short with a choking sensation in my
throat. My stepmother returned to steal
her arm. fair nnd round In its translu
cent mtibfln slcovo, round my waist.
"Dear Isabel," sho whioporcd, "your
father treasures tho. recollection of his
first wifo none tho less tenderly becauso
lie has taken pity upon my desolation
nnd ftlcndllncss. And "
But I stopped to hear nothing furthor.
I was determined not to love her, and It
pavo mo a sort of unquiet, guilty oxulta
tion to bco that my perverse conduct had
power seriously to embitter tho happiness
of both herself aud my father.
Boforc, I novcr had given thought or
caro to my personal appearance; now I
studied tho trivial details of dress, with a
special regard to outshining my stop
mother. "At all ovents," I thought to myself,
"I am moro beautiful than sho Is."
I read, studied and cultivated my mind
with renowed energy; people should not
say that Mrs. Fat nham wns moro intel
lectual than hor stepdaughter. I strove
to render my mannets as gctttlo nnd fas
cinating ns possible
"Isabel, he said, "you aro improving
very much of lato, and remind mo moro
than over of your dear mother. If only
you could try to grow a little moio fond
01 i-siciie "
I turned haughtily nway, with somo
careless remark about tho matter.
Ko that weeks and months passed'
nway, and wc, tho Inmates of ono house
hold, dwelling beneath ono roof, wcro
yet as far apart in heart and nature ns if
continents divided us, or seas lolled be
tween. "Not small-pox, surely?"
My stciunothor's volco reached me, ns
if through tho modlttm of distance, laint
nnd sofC although sho was 'sitting at my
hide. I tried to speak, but I could not.
I strove to rnlso my hand and beckon,
but I w av powerless as a babo of a day
"I fear it is," Dr. Davton's volco an
swered, "and I can g!vo you but little
hopes of your husband, although Hollo's
vigor of constitution and youth may en
nblo her to wcathor tho storm."
"When I recovered my senses months
afterward, ns It seemed to me, although
it could have been but a fow days Dr.
Dayton was still standing by my bed
sldo, and closo by tho window sat n
slondor flguro in black, hor fnco turned
"Who is that?" I asked huskily, point
ing townrd it.
"Mrs. Fnrnham," ho answered.
"Why doosshowcar that blackdrcss?"
I vontured, niter n moment of sllcnco.
"My poor child," ho gently responded,
"your own mother is no longer alone in
hcavqnl IIo loft you his blessing and
ono day you will suroly moot him
"Was was It Bmnll-pox?"
"Yes," was a roluctent reply. '
"And I havo boon sick, too"
"Very 111, my poor girl so near tho
valloy of death that Its shadows nil but
encompassed your Ufol"
"Bring mo n looking glass."
I stared breathlessly into its crystal
depths. Thank hcayon I was pale,
worn, haggard, but not scarred with tho
hideous prints of tho disease I had been
"How does it happon that I am not
marked?" I usked, with a deep rusplra
tlon of thankfulness.
"Through your stupmothot's unlnter
mltting caro, day and night. Isabel you
ought to lovo hor vety much, for If ovor
guardian angel dwolt In human form sho
)ius been ono to you."
Was my heart modelled out of ndn
mant instead of mortal llcsh and blood?
For 1 hated my stepmother stilll I
thanked her, it Is true, but her gcutlu
sigh told me that sho was not deceit od
by tho otnpty foim of wotds.
I was just convalescing sufficiently
to sit up when Colonel Tri'sselyn caino to
our house. Ho had been uu old school
frlmid of Ustollo Raymond's befotu sho
mutricd my fatlwr, but it so chained
that I lind never seen him.
IIo was tall and handnotno, with largo
datk oyeH, n ileli brown skin, and n f.ico
und llguio like the wulpluu'd repiusonta
i ms of Avolln. And tho soft Southorn
at i. i of nls niiinuor wait um lino as it was
mu 1 1 io ii'o.
The Hist, iluy that I know that I hnd
fallen In love with lilin was tho day that
J tl'iit fain led Ills innnuei hud n deeper
eh id'1 of k'lidi incus tlinu its wont loiuud
i Mi'im f tlii't.
i ii . ( m itKiini panacea lor
it (sure iiouii-fcjutimi'l 1 nougat
i 't'l)&MA l'iiiiMlLJ.
lonely depths of the autumn-tinted woods
to think and dicam and burn In upon my
heatt the passlonuto consciousness of my
own grief nnd isolation, And I could
not have told whether I had been tlicro
thrco hours or only minutes, when voices
In tho lcnf-sliudod aisles boymul wero
floated gently to my cars my slop
mother's tone, mingled with the sweet
deop accents of Col. Trpssdvii. Thoy
did not know I was tlicie, but I had
neither tho spirit nor prldo to leveal my
"It Is useless, Halpli," 1-stello's sweet
volco spoke. "I know that I am still
young In years, hut such things as lovo
nnd mnrrlngo am over with me."
"And you will not bo mv wire?"
"No, Iinlph, but It Is not that I do not
esteem and respect yotll"
"You send mo nway from youl" ho
said In a somewhat piqued tune,
"Tlicro you aro wrong again, Ii.ilph.
I would fain keep you by my sido ns n
dear and valued frlond. Ask Isabol to
bo your wife sho Is young nnd beauti
ful, with raro richness of nature and n
licail which will appreciate you us you
de'crvo. As Isabels husband you can
scarcely fail to bo happy, for "
And net o thu grow fug distance between
usnud tlio lustlo of tho leaves drowned
theii receding voices, nnd I sat tlicro
with cxultnnt throbs in my heart.
Ought I to hnvo been indignant? Should
I havo spurned tho adulntlon which had
been laid first at another's shrine? I can
only answer that I loved him.
In that hour mv manner, as well as mv
noan, nuoreu toward my siepmotucr.nnu
on the evening whon Halph Tresselyn
nsked mo to bo his wifo 1 went to her
nud told her of It, with my aim upon her
shoulder nnd my heart piessed close
"I am ho glad, Isabell" sho whispered.
"And not alono that you nml Unlph nrc
to bo happy, but becauso I think you
hnvo finally learned to lovo mo."
"I do lovo you, mother!" I whispered
"Mamma," I said, caressingly, ono day
when w o had lust returned from our
wedding tour, "I wonder that ypu did
not like him."
"Did I ever tell you, Belle, that I did
not like him?"
"Aro you in earnest?"
"Just thus far," sho answered, "that I
might havo learned to lovo him as a wifo
had ! allowed mvsclf to do so. But.
.Belle, theroworotwo obstacles in tho way
your ucariatucrs memory nnu your
nappincss. l renu your Heart, uenrcst,
1 1 know that Italph need only do so,
, to love you as you deserved."
"Anu you navosacrinccu yourscu ior
me!" I exclaimed, almost rovorentially,
as if thero was something salnt-liko in
her gcntlo beauty.
"It was no sacrifice, Isabel. Any
flouting fancy I may have onco folt has
vanished long ago, and I am moio than
happy In your happiness."
And so "tho uusolflsh, steadfast lovo of
my stepmother conquered my willful
naturo nt last.
WHY 1'KIMKUSES BLOOM AT NIGHT.
Adapting; Tlioinnclvcs to tho Oropusouliir
ninths und Other IiibocIb.
If. . Gibson in Varptr't Magazlnh
Our ovoning primrose does not bloom
in tho dark hours for mcro sentiment
and moonshino, but from a motive that
lies much nearer her heart. From tho
first moment of her wooing wolcomo sho
listens for murmuring' wings, nnd awaits
that supreme fulfilment anticipated from
her infant bud. For It will almost In
variably bo found that thoso blossoms
which open in tho twlllcht havo
adapted thomsclvcs to tho cropus
cular moths and other nocturnal
inacctB.iiil'liis finds a striking Illustration
in tho Instance of many long tubular
shaped night-blooming flowers, likb
tho" honoysucklo and various orchids,
whose nectar is boyond tho reach of any
Insect except tho night-flying hawkmoth.
It is true that in other less ucop noctural
llowcis the sweets could be Reached by
butttorflles or bees during tho day if tho
blossoms' remained open, but the
night niurmurrtrs receive the flist
fresh invitation, which, If met, will
leave but a wilted, half-hearted blossom
to gicot thoslpper of tho sunshine This
beautiful ovpectancv of tho flower de
termines the limit of its bloom. Thus,
in tho evont of rain or other causes pre
ventive of insect visits, tho evening
primrose will remain open for tho but
terflies during tho following day, when
otherwiso it would have (hopped per
ceptibly, and oxtended but a listless
welcome. I havo Been this fact
strikingly illustiatcd In a spray of moun-talu-laurcl,
whoso blossoms lingered in
expectancy nearly a. week In my
parlor, when tho flowers ou tho
parent shrub in tho woods had
fallen several days before their mission
having been fulfilled. In tho houso
specimens tho radiating stamens re
mained in tholr pockets In the sido of tho
blossom cup, and seemed to braco tho
corolla upon its rccoptaclc. Theso sta
mens aro naturally dependent upon in
sect agency for tnclr release, and tho
subsequent discharge of pollen, nnd I
noticed that when this operation was nr
tillclallv consumed thu Uowcr cup soon
dropped off or withered.
SHE GOT THK WATCH.
A Western AVIfo Smart Enough to lo
Ft an tilt Mlnntujiolli Journal,
Mr. Montgomery has been going wrong
of lato. IIo has got into tho habit of
staying out lato at night.
"Forgy, doar," began his wife when
ho camo homo to diunor tho otucr.cvcn
iug. "Christmas will soon bo hero."
"Hemarkablol" ojaculatod Ferguson.
"Do you know what I want?" sho
continued without heeding the scornful
"Tho earth with a shawl strap to
carry it probably."
"No Feigyj all I want Is one of thoso
beautiful Httlo watches."
"A watchl What inthundor do you
want a watch for?"
"So that I won't bcijomo augry with
you, Fergy'said Mrs. Montgomory.as
sho wound hor arm tenderly nrouudhis
noek. "livory night for a week I've
heard tho clock strlko two bofoto you
caulo home. I know tho clock can't bo
right and I want tho gong lctnoved. If
I havo a wntch wo won't nood tho
Mr. Montconiory did not wnlt for
Clulstuias.' IIo bought tho watch noxt
The 1'uor I'rUuto tfuerotiiry
Piom the Chicago A'twt.
Afany humorists during tbo Inst four years
lnvo been wrltlog Imaginary conversations be
tween tho 1'rcsMent and hl l'rlvato Secietary
They have now begun tasutng a uoiv set Us
starting out with:
"Yes. initio' "
(loverniuunts havo been overturned for less
ouYnsos than thk
Hi st R. It Tuinlc III America
Is no brtn-i llmu that of tho 11, A 0. This Is
one rousou why llio II. & 0, tuukeg tbo iiulclc
est time between Washington and Philadel
phia, "Aliliunoy Jliilry Wiigniiii,"
l'rceh Alilcrnoy butter, churned every morn
Insrnnd ilillvered In Jib "Wunl" pilntt, 4je
(i b li ott iao elirvoo. biittirrtrillt nud
" ancsii nnlii, Ha. per qt. C'raun, lJc. per pt.
,AlikjttjL.iUkL.k .h.-.i .iiintt
RELIGION IN THE RING.
OI'MJIHtM'INO THK AVNIVHltlAItY
or otm i.amy or quamai.ui'K.
Tho llntuUonio Mnmtnrlllornn Clinrni tbn
l'N-tty Kononn Willi Tliolr Pouts of
During mul Illicit ApiiliuiM! from Sev
eral American I.mly Spcutators.
Ltltir to Hit Omiha Jilt.
Dr, IHko. Tut., Dec 10. Opco a yonr
tho wholo Hoptibllc of Mo.c!co colcbrates
the solemn fldsta of its pitron saint, our
Lady of Qumlalupo, with nil tho cclnl
possible. The fiesta commences on tho
i)th of December nud ends on Christmas
day. It commemorates tho nppenrnnco of
tho Virgin Mary on a barren hill a few
milos out of tho City of Moxico, at the
villngo of 'Guadalupe-Hidalgo, to a poor
and miserable Indian peon named Juan
Diego, to whom sho dolivorcd n dlvlno
message. This was on the Oth of Decern
her In tho year 1531, and shortly nfter
thu Indians were converted en mnsso to
tho Catholic fnlth.
Since then tho Lady of Guadnlupo
has been tho Mexican patron saint, nud
hor momory is worshiped during tho
greater part of Decombcr by the high
and low. It is ono of tho strango pecu
liarities of tho Mexican character that
with tho groat mass of people this wor
ship takes the shnpo of bull nud rock
llightng and llio wildest kind of gambling.
Of couiso, this docs not refer to the
hijfbor, tho educated and rellnod classes,
who arc of Spanish decent, but It does
apply, almost without exception, to
throo quaitcrs of the population, who
are still of unmixed A7leo origin.
Thus wo fiud that in Tnso del Norte.
whcru)tho population is as yet largely
Axtec, tho people aro from tho Oth to the
i!3th of December excessively pious,
which they provo by dovoting nonrly tho
wholo time to gambling, bull nnd cock
lighting. Tho bull fighting is tho most
aristocratic sport, and is only partici
pated In by the well-to-do, for it costs n
Mexican dollar to be admitted into tho
ring. Tho indigent musses havo to bo
content with nn occasional cock light nnd
tho countless gambling tables on tho
penzn, whcio n tiaco, a local Mexican
coin, worth about one aud a-half cents, Is
considered comparatively high stakes,
and whero, with u capital of twenty-flvo
cents to commonco on, you can gamble
tho wholo day long, nnd, perhaps, not bo
utterly broke when evening comes.
IN THE MOLL JUNO.
Tho first uerformanco in tho bull ling
was given ou Saturday evening, and was
participated In by almost l.GOO Ameri
can spectators, with enough Mexicans to
pretty frcclv test tho seating capacity of
tho ring. Yesterday there was n much
larger attendance of both Amcucans and
Mexicans, El Paso being en masse.
The bull ring is situated in tho rear of
tho ancient cathedral, not far from tho
barracks nnd Jail in which Cutting's de
tention and confinement nearly brought
on an international embrogllo.
Shortly after 8 o'clock tho bulk of tho
military company, which was stationod
in n prominent and commanding po
sition, sounded n low blaring notes on tho
trumpet, and tho gato was thrown open
for tho ontcrlnir rush of tho first bull.
Ills ndvontfs cnlmlv awaited bv the m-o.
fcssionnl fighting troupe, eight or ten
young men of splendid plijslquo, active
and agile, und dressed in rich and showy
costumes of bright silk and silver braid.
Two of -them are mounted on small,
rather poor, but nctlvo ponies. Theso
two are tho picadors, and they aro
armed with Bhort and heavy fauces.
Tho horse'B right sido and tho picador's
lolt leg aro protected by a sido ot tmok
solo leather that hangs loosely down
nearly to the ground and broaks tho forco
of tho furious thrusts which tho bull in
Acts with his horn.
I'ROTCCTIXa the noitsE.
Tho right oyo of tho horse, tho poor
animal which is tho onlv participant
that is exposed to any particular danger,
is bandaged bo that ho Is unnblo to sco
tho rushin g onslaught of his assailant,
and has to bo guided in his movements
entirely by tho rider. Four of the bull
flghtors aro on foot, holding in tholr
hands nnd waving in tho bull's fnco largo
red blaukots. These aro tho bandcrll
loro9, and their function is to worry and
inf urinto tho bull and stick into his" sides
tho bandcrillos, cruel it on bars decked
out with olaborato paper flow ory orna
ments and a profusion of gold and silver
tinsel. Besides these thoro wcro in yes
terday's performance mounted bandcril
los, qulto a dating innovation; n matador,
or espada, whoso olllco is to dispatch tho
bull with a woll'dlrcctcd sword-thrust
when ho has boeu sufficiently worried
and tortuied. As n special attraction
theto Is, also, during tho nroscnt bull
fighting season, Antonio Fuentcs, who
jumps over tho rushing bull's bacK with
tho aid of a long polo. Tho leap is n
When the fli st bull rushed In tho two
picadors wcro stationod each at ono sido
of tho cato, while fronting It, ranged m n
lino, were tho banderllloros, each with
his blanket oxtondod nud inviting tho
llrbt onslaught. As tho bull dashes
through tho gato an attondant concealed
behind it sticks n short, sharp barb Into
his back to thoroughly liven him up and
let hluvltnow what is in storo for him.
With foaming muzzlo ho makea for tho
nearest red blanket. Tbo nimble Mex
ican for whom he goes jumps quickly
aside nnd escapes tho vicious thrust that
the horns of the animal mako at him.
Tho bull trios tho next blnnkct with
equally poor success, thon dashes to tho
outer sido of tho arena, turns atound,
eyes his foes for a moment, and makes
for the nearest horso, which animal re
ceives tho full force of tho mad rush on
his side, but, protected by tho heavy
loather shield, is only thrown nsldo a
dozen, foot against tho wooden fcuco, but
not beforo tho picador has hud a chauco
to thrust his pike into the bull's tough
hide, making an ugly nnd no doubt very
painful wound, finm which tho red blood
spouts luto the nin
MVKIlTfNn thk hull's attkntion.
Tho animal is about to ronow tho at
tack, but two or three of tho bandorll
loros throw themselves in his front nud
with their blankets divert his nttontion.
IIo now goes for tho other horso, strikes
tho leathor shield, and by tho sheer foico
ot his wild rush throws him oil his feet
and sonds him rolling und kicking in tho
sand, but before tho bull can attack nnd
gore him in his helpless condition tho
banderllleros jump between, shout at tho
Cleanses llio Nasal
Pain aud Irallain-
illation, Heals tho
Sores, Restores tho
Senses of Tasto and
tj-SAY-FE VE R Tnv this curb
ApnrHolufvii piled luto eaoh nostril nnd Is
npi-i'mui I'r oOOcouts nlDrunirliitsihyaiill,
r.L'Wuol UU outs KLY UltOtllLltS, Oti
Wairvuntrett, Mow York,
bull, bent him over tho head with their
red blankets nnd draw him off Mean
while ho has received nnother deop gnsh
in his tough skin.
Meanwhile tho sadly biUrrcd hotso
nnd tho two picadors aro glv-n a chauco
to escinm through tho sido gate and the
bntidorlllcros now get in their work. One
of them arms himself with a tottplo of
the gayly-decoratcd darts, which he suc
ceeds In sticking into tho animal's neck.
To do this properly and neatly, two at n
time, ono on each sido of the neck, to
quires skill, courage and quickness of no
ordinal y degreo; but It is dnno in lltst
rnto style, tho btnderilloros jumping
nearly In front of the maddened nnimnl
and affixing tho dnit so quickly that tho
bull has no time to catch htm ou ills
horns, so nimbly jumps tho Moxictn
Among tho spectators yesterday was a
party of ladles'
, (tressed in tito latest
fashion, aim in.ricli block silks, chap
croncd by nn elderly gentleman who, I
am informed, U nt the head of u big
manufacturing ptubllslimcnt in Phila
dclphla, find ulip is taking ids family
to Los Angeles to spend tho winter.
They were not Quakers for their dicss
indicated that but nt homo thov aro no
doubt tho pink of propriety , probably
prominent mem icts of tho chinch nnd of
the Society for tiipl'rovcntlon of Ciuelty
But they took their scats here, appar
ently without compunction, seemingly
oblivious to thd fact that tho spectacle
they weio about to witness was ouo of
brutnl ciuelty und abhorrent barbatlty,
nnd nt exciting periods in tho perform
nuco, whtlo tlii Moxlcnn part of tho
audlcnco wcro Ifrantio with voclfoiotis
delight, a cnsualfglnnco nt tho l'hllndcl
phin manufacturer's family revealed tho
fact that, instead of baitur disgusted and
horrified, I hoy 11 ad caught thu infection
of tho moment and tho ladies of the
party, with flushed faces and sparkling
oyos.wcro shouting and applauding equal
to tho rest. Somo of tho loading judlclnl
authorities of El 1'aso and many of its
prominent church pillars wcro doing tho
Noxt to Flyllip;.
itoi? 1'orL Sptctal.
An ascension was mado In PetorC, Camp
bell's air ship on Coney Island hut Saturday,
by James K. Allen, a professional aeronaut,
of l'rovldraco. 'llio start was mado nt 8
o'clock. Puro hydrogen gas was generated
on tho spot, and tho billoon was slowly In
flated. When all was ready tho air ship, with
an easy motion, moved upwaid. Wbon it was
about 200 to HOO feet up, It was rcmembcicd
that a photograph of tho machine was to be
taken, and shouts caused tho aeronaut to
bring tho Immense air machlno to tbo earth's
surfuco again, nlrnost on tho sumo spot from
which ho started. ' Tho photograph was taken,
aud tho balloon again moved upwatd to u
height of about COO fcot. Finally, under tho
direction of tbo tcrouaut, It moved about in
Ul Heron t courses j.it hU will. After maneu
vering about lu the air for a half-hour, thoshlp
caino to tho surfaco til tho vlllago of Shecps
he.id Bay. Mr. Allen said afterwards that In
all Its movements, with but fow minor excep
tions, the machlno obejed tho actions of Its
Various propcllerM, aud that tho landing made
A clergyman after yoars of suffering from
that loatbsotno disease. Catarrh, and vainly
trjlng every known remedy, at last found a
rcclpo which completely cured nud saved him
from death. Any sufferer from this dreadful
dltcaso sending a self-addressed stamped en
velopo to Prof. J. A. Lawrence, 8S Warren
street, New York City, will receive tho rocipo
frco of charge.
Attend tho Fire and Smoko Sale at Ham
burger's. Only ono moro week.
MnnnlnctureM' Sucrlllco Sato.
The icood nows has traversed to every quar
ter. Frock and Sack Bulls marked down lo
fS.90. Eur.ux Ur.os., 7th & E,
Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailors.
Preserve Your Children's Teeth.
Vurlod Tnst, Huklnlncd by tho lllsliont
Professional Testimony, lilm Trotvd Unit
WhlohAlt Children llko In placo of harsh
bristles, n hloh they don't like, and which Injuro
their tendor teeth and gum;,
KEUP TIIKIIt TEETH CLEAN AND DPtanT,
And oan bo applied from enrlltst Infanoy with
creator bonolit to tholr health and appearance
110K8KY M'lf'O CO., Utlen, N. Y.
AT ALL mtuaoisTS.
m. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and Ii Streets Northwest,
Isuloslueout all kinds ot
At Very Reduced Itates.
E. G. DAVIS.
BLACK DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
719 Market Space, Washington, D. C.
EDWARD F. DROOP,
0'J5 PESJU. AVKNUK.
Call and examtuo tho luiso stookof
llnbler A Uro., A. D. Chaso, Marshall Won
dell, Wheolook, Deekor Bon, (JrlKs, Grovo
etuen &. Fullor and other
Plano sold on Instalments, Exchange 1,
Rentod, llopalrcd, Tuned, Moed and stored.
Sheet Sluslo, foreUn and dohiostlc: JItisloal
mdso., etc., constantly on hand, llanjo, Uultar,
JluuJollo, Violin nud Cello StrlUE a spoolalty.
Grand, Upright and Square
Special attention of Holiday purchasers Hln-
ltetl to our
"NEW Aims'UO bTYLLV
Finished In deslsns of
"UlUlfESI' DlaOltATIVE AWT."
1'IANOS roll URN I'
Scoond-liand Pianos at All I'llios.
Wm. Knabb & Co.,
S17 Market Space.
Ji v , ?Lj6tfck.
fflfiNY CUSTOM-MADE CORSET
ft MAYER, STROUSE & CO.
8L ff ""fufffg"2JJ
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Route
To the North, Wcot nnd Southwest.
Double 7Vnck. Kpti ndhl Scenery.
litctt Haiti. Jtagnittceiit llqmjnncnt.
In lirrrer Dnirimn .1, 189S.
Trains leavn Washington, from station comer of
Sixth ami II street ai follows
l'on PittiIiiuiui mid the Vost, C'liloui?.! Limited
fviproji of Pullman Vellhnlod cum nt o V) 11 m
(hilly; 1 mi Line, 9 V) u m dally to Cincinnati und
tt. fouls, with iluenlinr rnn from fittsbimf tn
tinclunall, und lltiirW)iir to it Lmils, dally,
exiopt Hallirilay, to Chlrniro, with Blcpplntf Cur
Altootni to t'hioaco, Wo'toni flxrirom nt 7.H
Ji 1 ra dally. Willi Sloenlnit Uira Wiilitnqlon 'o
Uilcaini nml M Loiiih, connoctlmr daily It
llarrliluirtf with tlmnmh Sli-o er for LohIjtIIIO
nml Sfouiphli Purine Kxpro, 10 ( P in u illy
for I'litsburit and tho st, with throitjli
HlccportoPittshnrir, and l'lttbn toClilcnjo.
DALT1MHKB AND POTOMaO It MLItOAD.
I'onljuiK, i-anamlalaiia nnd Iloeliestor dullyi
mrl'ilialo nml Xlaeurnd ill, orcept rliltiirilay,
Stool Ptm' "lth Hlocl'lll!:! -'nr Washington to
Fon Wtt.Mni out, Look Haven andElmlrailt
tuso a m daily, exoont Sunday.
l'unNrw YonK and tho Ent. 7.S0, 0 00, 11.00
and 11 Jo n m, s w, 4 10. 10 00 nndll.iwp m. On
Sunday, 000. 11.10 am, 3 00, 410, 10 00 and
1120 pm Limited KxnrcM of Pullman Parlor
Cnrs.Mon m, dally oxoept aunday, and J.5 pm
dallr, with illnlna ear
Foil IIhooki.tk, N Y.. nil through tralmcotv
neet at .lersoy City with b.inu of llrooklyn
Annex, nffonllnR direct transfer to Fulton
Mreot, nolilluir doublo forrlniro utoji New
Ton I'litunrtpiiiA. 7.W. 800, 0 00, 1100 und
11.10 am, 2 00. 4.10. 0 00. 810, 10 00 and 11."0pni
on Sunilay 000,11,40 a. m, 300, 1.10, 000, H.10
lO.OOniidff.Wpm. Limited Krprcss nit parlor
rurj, a 40 a in -week days nnd 3.4J p m dally, with
.,1'ouUAi.TiMoni!, oaj, 7 20. S 00, 0 00, 0 40,0.60,
11 00 nnd U,4() a lu. 1 i OS. S M 3 15, 4.10. 4 80, 4.40,
0 00,7.40, lo, 10 on nnil 11 so 11 tn. On bunday,
000, OO.Vli.S0.11.IOam,300,3.13,410, O.W. 7,4),
.1o 10.06 andtLSOpm.
Fpn rorr'o Oimcre Livr,7.J0 amnndl.lOptn
dally, except Sunday.
Fon ANiurous. 7.W and 0 00 A m,lJ03, 4.10
pm dally, except Sunday, Sundays, I) 00 am,
ALEXANDIltA AND FltEDEUIUKSnUnO
11AILWAT AND ALEXAND1HA AND
.Foil Ai EXAMDnu, 0 00, 0 35, 8.40. 0 43, 10.37 a m,
12 01 noon, 03. !, 1.00, 5.63, 0 03,8.03, 10.03
and 1U7 p ra. On Hunaay nt 000, 9.13, 10.57 a
m, 3,30, B to, 8 03 and 10 03 n m.
Accom MouATios for Quantloo, B 00 pm week
Fon liioiisioMD and tho South, 0.00, 10.57 a m
dally and 0 03 p m dally, oxoept Sunday,
'litAiNa lenvo Alexandria for Washington,
0 03, 7.ft3, 6 00, 0.10, 10.13, 11.U7 n m, VX, 3 00, 1 SI.
6.10. 7.1. B.Ti. 10 4J and 11.03 n in. Ou Sunday
at 9.10 and 1107 am, 8 00, 5.10, 7.03, 0 8.! und
lleketsnnd Information at tho ofllce, north
east corner ot 13th str.ot and I'ennsylvnnla
avenue, nnd st tho station, wbero oix'rm can bo
lettfor tliooheoklneof baggage to deslluntlon
from hotels and lesldences.
chab. k. rtrati, ,t n. wood,
Clonornl Haunter. Uen. I'ass. Accnt.
and Ohio Pailroatl.
Schcdnlo In effect Deo. 0, 1SSS.
LcavoWushlnRton from station corner of New
Jersey nvcnuo and O ntroot.
Ton CiiicAaa aud Northwest, Vostlbuled Lim
ited oxprcsn dally 8.53 u. in , express 'Jul p. in.
l'on CiNriNiATi and St. Louis, express dally
3 00 and 11.10 p. in.
For. I'lrrsnunu and Oloolnud, Vixtlbulod
Limited express dally 8 53 a. m and oxprcss 0.O3
IM11 LkxInotpn and Local Stations, 10,10
Tor BALTijiorr. cek days, 5 00, 0,00. 0 40.
7 80, 8 !J0. 43. ll.(Xi(l3-mlnuto train) a. in . 1.M0,
S 03. 3.13, (45-mlnutu traiu), 3.S3. I 30. 4.35, BK0,
0,43,7.30. 0.43 und 11.80 0. in. Sundays. OCO,
8.10, 0.43 a, m , 1.15, 3 05, 3 33, 4 30, 4 33, 0 43,
7.30, 0 43 and 11 SO p.m.
Fon Wat KtAtion between Wflshlnffton and
Baltimore, 8.00, 0 40, 8 30 a. in., 13,10, J 3 4 as,
(, 43, 11 10 p. m. On Sundays, 8 30 a. in., 1.15, 8 33,
4 US, 0.43, 11.30 p. m.
TnAtss wave Ilaltlmora for Washlncton nt
5.10, B30. o.w. 7,30.8 00 (13 minuto trnlnl.ooo,
0 03, 10 '10 (43-mlnuto train) a.m. 13.15, s 00, 8 00,
1.10, 6 00, 0 00, 0 JO, 8.00, 10 00 and 11 00 p. in. On
Sundays, 510,0 30. 8 Oil. 0.00, 0.03, 10.30 a. m.i
1.15, 3.00, 4.10, 5.00, 0 JO, 8 00 10.00 and 11.00 p. m
Fon ANNArous, C 40 nnd 8 30 a. m., 13 10 nud
4 35 p. m. On Sundays, 8 30 a. m , 4 33 p. m
Leave. Annapolis 0.40, H 87 a. m., 13 03, 4.10 p.m.
Sundays, 8,37 a. ra., 1.10 p. m.
Ton Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
to as, iio.10 a. in.rll.15 p. in., for principal sta'
tlons only; 10.10, a. ni., 1 33 and 0 30 p. m.
Foil OAmiriisBuno and Intermodlato points,
to 00 a in . 13. m, tt 40 3 11 til 211 n m
Fon llovo'd and Intermodlato stations, t".00 p.
tn iioro p.m.
CmmcuTnAiN leaves Washltutton on Sunday
at 1.15 p. m , stopping at nil stations on Jlctro
Fon FiimiEnicK, 10 10 a. m , 4 33 and tS.'M p.
in. Sundays, 1.13 p. m,
Fon Haokiutown, 10.10 a. m. and ts 30 p. in.
Tiiains Anmvii from Chlcoiro dally 8 33 u. in.
and B 13 d. tn.; from Clnclnnutl and St. Lnuls
dally 0 30 11. in. and 153 p.m.; from Flttsburg,
8.33 u. in., 7.30 and 0 34 p. ra.
Fon riiiLAiiimiiA nnd Wilmington, dally, ft 13
a.m., 3 03, 4.30 and 11.30 p.m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on tho 8 13 n. in nnd 4.30 p. in. trains
slceplngs Carson tho 11.30 p. in, open atVOO
FoniNTrmiLniATEioiNTs botweon Ilnlttmoro
and riilladolphla, "0.30 a. m , 3.03 and 1 1.J0
TisAlHs irAin Phllailelphla for Washington,
dully, 8.30, 1100 a, m,:i 50, 7.00 p. ill. and 13 03
tBxiopt bUnday. 'Dally. Sunday only,
IUikkjku fulled for and ohcoked ut hotels nnd
residences on ordirs lift at ticket ouu.es, (111)
nnd 1U51 l'uuusyh uuia uycuuo.
W. Jf. CLEMENTS. CIIA8. O. SCULL,
Ocu, Maunder. Uui. I'ass. Act
Piedmont Air Lino
Scueduui im ErricT Novkmbeii 18, 188S.
8.30 A a East 'J'onnos'oo Jtall, dully for
Wnrrenton, GOrdonsvlllo.Ch irlottosvlllo, Lynch
burc, and stations between Alexandria and
Lyuohburc, Boauoiike, Bristol, hnoxilllo.Itomn,
Ualora, Jlimteoiuory nml Now Orleans. Pull,
man blooper Washington to Now Orleans.
llr'Jl a Fast Stall Dally for Wnrrenton,
Chailottcsvlllo, Ooriloiisvlllo, stations Olios.i
pcaku nud Ohio lUiiito.Lynehbiirir.Kookylluunt,
DamlUoand stntlous between Lnohbiiraud
Danville. Orecnsboro', ltnleli;h,Charlottc,Colum.
bla, Aiken, Aiicustu. Atlanta, BlrmlnjUiiiin,
MontKOincry, Now Orleans, loxas and Califor
nia FulltnanSloeper Now York to Jlontcom
cry, tn uonuiotlon with I'lillmnn Sleepers Jlont
eomery to ew Orleans, and Mann Boudoir
Sleepcis for IllrmlnRhani.Vleksburiiund sliroto
port. rullmanHIooncrOrcunNUitoio Columbia
and Auitiuln. Solid trains Washincton to At
lanta. Does not connect for U. and O. route
J.30 v m Diitr, oxoept Sunday, for Manassas,
birasbnrc and Intermediate stations
D.UU r i. WrsrtiiH ExriiBM dally for Warrou
ton. Oordonsvillo. Clianottesvlllo, Lonlsvlllo.
ami Clnolnnatl, IMllmiu Sleepers and solid
imtns Wushlnaton to Loulsvlllo; also for Lynoh.
biiru, Bristol, Cliattanooea, Mninphl, Llttlo
Hook and nil Southwestern points. Through
Pullman Sleepers WashlnKton to Jtomphls with,
11 v 11. soimirim i-.trui!ss aally for Lynch
bur. Dunvlllo, Jtalelli, Asheilllo, Charlotte,
Columtiln.Alkeu, AUKiista. Atluntu. Jlontcom
cry New Orleaus. Toxas and California. Pull
man Vestibule Flcencr Waihlouton to New
Oi leans via tlantii nnd Jinn Romorr. Pull,
man MecpcrVashlnRton to Augusta, (5a with
outohanito, TWAINS on WASntNQi-ou ASo Onto Ditimos
leavoWnbhlnntonDOOn m, dally ooopt Snu
.,.. ...i Lin t, m. dallv: arrhu ltntniii 11111
11 "Is a m and 7.3.1 p w liotiirulua, lenre Bound
Hill 11 OS am, dally, nml 1111 lira, Uutly except
bunday, arrUlnff Washington 8 :H) a m and U.5S
unovoiii nuNS from tho South, via Charlotte.
w llio and Lyiiohbnric, arrh e In Washington
l) a in und 7 ,15 p in; via Kant Tennessee,
7 OO ft m und 7 .ia i m; vi.jita.st Totinosoo,
llrbtol una Miio'ii'iir " ,A.t,Miinniiu,ltl p
m: la chosniioake and Ohio route and
t'harlottsvlllo nt 11. 10 p ra and 7.00 a m. Btrus
burg )oul at IM7 am.
TuM.Ti.slooplnR car reservation and Informa
tion furnished, oud bamingo oheokod nt olllco,
liiuu I'cnnlvatla avenue, and at Passcnsrtr
btatlon, Pennsylvania Jlullioml, Sixth aud B
MWU JAME8 L. TAYLOU Qon. Pass. Asent.
Chosapoako ami Ohio Routo.
Bobodulu In otfeot SKPT. 10, 1888.
Trains lcavo Union Depot, blxth and B etrcets.
10 67 a. in -I'oii Nr-wroiiT Ntws, Old point
Comfort und Norfolk, dally oxcopt bunduy. A
rho In Norfolk 7 p.m.
11-21 a. in -l'nnsUtlous on the Chcsapeako
and Ohio lu Vlrelnia Wost Vlrirlnln and Ktn
tucky, dally except Huinbiy. Bleeplnj oars Clif
ton 1'orRO to Loxlnnton, Ky.
5 HO p, in Vast WLSiritN BxrnBM dally
Bollil train, Willi Vnllmun Biuret bleeping CUrs
loUiuUvlllei Pullman sen .lie to Clncmimtl, bl.
Louis, Memphis nnd Now Orlcous,
Ofllce, MU l'ennlanlanvenue.
' l W PULI.fT)
acu, pusg, ..ni.
TORONTO SPEED CONTEST.
Tho Winning Typovuritor THE RBMINfffOX.
Headquarters Gents' Fine Shoes.
VorjiolHe, I(u:i;roo mill Calf Nlinc to Stilt Ilici-.yone nt
GARTRBLL'S, 900 SEAENTn STREET.
CUs Boilers at Sl.tft ami S1.B0 for Instantly in ikln Toa or Coles,
For largo and small tninlllci. .lust the stove for nuinmor mu, as you oxtbuulsh tha lira thd
Instant tho cooking Is done, lor silo by tho
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 1?exLl3lx S-t3?ee1: HST. "W.
DAsrALLPTl I.lfCIJKM . , '
1 OVLIt TW O illLLIONS DIOLlttBUTED.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY
Incorporated by tho Slato Lcelilnture In 18Uf
for Kiluoatlonal ind Charltablo purpiwo, nnd
Its frnnchle mndo n part of the pii'cnt fitnto
Constitution, lu 18,l by nn ovehwiiflmivu
Its OBANI) KXTllAOltBINAIt HUAWINOS
take plaoa Seiiil-AnniMlly, (luno nnd Dcectnbi-r),
nnd Its (IKAND SIM5LI: MtJIllEll DKWINas
tako placo In each of tho other ton months of
ibo)cnr, uml nro all drawn In publlp, nt tho
Academy of JIuslc. New Orleans, La.
We do herohy certify Hint wosnporrlo tho
arraneomonta for all jif tho Jlonthly and r-oml
Anunal Drawing of tho Louisiana titiitf
Lottery Co., and in person m.nueonnd toutiot
tho DuiwIiik thcmelc, and that the samu
nro rouduttod with honety, filrnoss, nnd In
Rood fill tli toward nil p irtles, and uo authoruo
tho Company to ito this certlllcato, with fac
similes of nur signatures attached, la IU adver
tisements." G. T. BEAUREGARD,
J. A. EARLY,
Wo (ho undersigned Banks and Bankers will
pay nil Prices druwn In tho I,oulslana Stnto
Lotteries, which may bo presented at our
ft.sr. WAIMSLKV, 1'iost. I.n.Nnt. Hunk.
I'. r.AJsWUX, l'rint. Stnto Nut. Dunk.
A. ItAI.ltWIN, Prest.N. . Nat. Itiiult.
UA11L KUI1N, l'rest. Union nt. Hunk.
THE MAMMOTH DRAWING
inii, take rues
At tho Academy of Music, Now Orleans,
TUISIIAY, Ilocoinhor 18, 18H8.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $60(,000.
100,000 TloliqtA nt 1'orty Dollar .lTitlves,
$JO IJuart.'i1, $11); I'.lKlitlm.' 33;
lwfiitlotlis, $-'; ror.tlutli, $1.
list or pitizns.
1 PltlZS OP JOOO.OOO IS $(100,000
1 ritlZI'. Of Ul 10,1100 11 ,. UOO.IMIU
ll'ltl.llOP iOO.tKtOis 100,000
lPIIUUOF (iO.OOOIs 50,01)0
UPltlllSor i!,-,oui) nro fiO.OOO
B PltlZUiOK 10,0(10 uro no.ooo
1'J PltlZIISOF1 5,01)0 nro 00.000
JIS PltlKS OI' ii.OOOaro 50,000
100 PICI.KSOV Klllan 80001)
1!00 Pltl,1 f,Ot' .100 are bO 011(1
500 PUI.lib 01' 'JOOUIO 100,000
Ai I'liotlMAih Piuzbs.
loo Prlzos of $1,000 uro ,,$100,000
lOOPrlesof 800 nro HO.(K)i)
lUOPilzosnt loo nro louoo
Turn r. NitMncu Tkuminals,
00 Prizes of ShOOnio 870,200
OOPrlzesot .100 nro 110,000
TWO NUMIIEII TZIIMINAUS.
000 Prliosofs.'OOaro S1B0.000
OOOPrlzosof 'JOOuio 180,000
3,1 10 Prizes, amounting to ,.$:),1 18,800)
NoTr. '1 lokets drawlug Capital Prlzos uro not
entitled to tonnluul prlcs. A ticket diuwhM
a tl rco number tonnlnal prlo, will not bo en
titled to u two number terminal rrlo.
JFon Ci.uu ItATF., or any further Informt
1 Ion desired, wrltu legibly to the uiiderslsllod
cleuily stutlnit our lesldemo, nlth Htaw
County. Stiott nnd Number. .Moro rapid re
turn mall dollt cry will benssured hy our en
oloslns nn Bnvolopo bearing jotir fnlluddress
Send Postnl Notes, Bxpross Money Ordors, or
New York BTohango In ordinary lettit Ciir
rcuuy Dy Jiipriss (ut our oxpcniui aildrusnud
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
Addiess lttxlstorod T.ettors to
NllW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK',
Now Orleans, L,u.
RPMRMRPR T lat tho proonce of Generals
ruMUClUDCIX uoaurcif.iwl nud Karly, who
uro Ineluin'oof the drawings, Isn Kiiniuntco of
absolute fairness and Integrity that tho chances
aro all equal, nnd that no onu run possibly dl
vlno what Liimbor will draw a Prlzo.
"llUMKMIIIUI. also, that tho payment ot
Prizes is UUAIIAKI'KED 11V VOUIt NATIONAL
BANKS of Now Orleans, and tho, TlokeU aio
slgnrd by tho President of an Institution whoso
cliurteiul rUhts uro rocon'iil7ed In tho hlshost
Courts; thoaforo, bowuruof all Imitations aud
Olt .NOItrOLK, OLD I'DITT AND lllll hOUTH.
KloiiinorOEOIlOK LUATtV lenvos Wuihluirtoii
Jlomlay, Weduosilayand 1'rldiiy, at 5 p, m.
bteamcr Lilly OP THK LAKE, Tuesday,
Thursday and buturday, at Q p.m., from iiixth
bteauior Loary lauds at Plnoy Point coin;,' and
Lady ot' the Lake lands at Corn Hold Harbor
and Colonial lie.iuh on BnturJays. Steamer
trom Washington dally, Inoliidlnsundaj s, until
further notice. Bunday ut u p. in.
Fnro. batunlay oxourslou, return MomUiy 7
a, ui , $d round lrli.
Connoetions mado at Norfolk with Old Do
minion bteamshlo Company for New York,
Knox and Lloyd lixprom will call and chook
b i 'CJ- at hotels and private roiUloiuim,
Ulophono call Leary, 715 U, Mosgley,
P I'l.CII. Slip! PHI,
OLO. P. PHILLIP 1, siipt l .
sMMaxairioq eg in 9aiU2n.I
UHHU HI Oil
4y ijni vvdlvduU'
(Iiiloiiiiitfonnl fir World' 1tnni.
lluslness corrcspoudenea and loytt lortl
mony nOLD MEDAL, 03.7 words par minute.
BlIlVEKMKUAL. 03.11 word r per mlnuU
Mcmorliod sentonre (llvo minutes) UM
words lorrcctly wrltton. (Call(trapli lo
less than -I75 words ooncctly .vrlttoa)
Send for "Testicirjiiyoc tna cmnerJ."
Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict
Cor. 8th and F Sts. N. W.
BEST IS BEST
Thro the World.
OUR KALL, OPENING OK
Shirts to Measure
Cannot Be Excelled.
Cor. 1 5th and G St?
Xai tlao Only S3ii.oo
SOLD DIRECT TO THE COHSUHEB
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
ooj 1'j:nna. avii
FINE FAMILY FLOUR.
U1LT i:l)OH or
And you will always havo boautlful Bread,
Bolls and Biscuits. Wholesale Depot, corner
First street uud Indiana avenue.
WM. M. GAIT & CO.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
IJR II. 0. WMT'J NEniTB AU UllAIS TllAT-
jiEM.tiKiiarunteod Bpooltio for Hysteria, Uizzb
uess. CoiiYUlsIoui, 1 Its, Nervous Nonralgln,
lliadaehe. Nervous prostration cuused by tho
usoofulcoholoi-tobacoo, Uukofulness, Meutul
Bupresslou, boftenliiK of tha Bralu resulting In
lusanlty and loadliiK to misery, decay aud death.
Premature Old Aro, Barrenness, Loss of Power
In either sex, Involuntary Losses and Wpcrnutor
rho3a caused by over-oxertlon of tho oruln, self
abuse or over-lnduliteneo. Kaoh box contains
ono month's treatments $1 a box, or six boxes
foi Sfl. sent by mull prepaid on reeolpt of prloo.
' WKUUAKANl'BU SIX BOX K3 , ' '
toeino nnyoasu. With each order reoolvedby
us fur six boxes, accompanied with $5, wo will
send the purchaser our written guars! tea to
rotund tho money If tho treitment does not ef
fect a euro. Guarantees Isinod only by .
OIIIltMIANI, DruBjlst, Sine Aoujrr, 31
Peunu. a o., betn ecn 1H nud nth sts.
OllTHULKJUOIt IUBITCAN BE CUBKDI1T
AUMIMSTBIUNG DIt. IIAINKS'
Can De given lu a cup of coffee or tea without
thu knumed.ro ot tho person taking it. It is ab
solutely Imnuless. and will effect a permanent
and speedy uiire.whother the patient Is a uioder
ute drinker or an ulcoholiu wrook. It has been
slvcnln thousands ot uasos, and In every In
stance a twrfeot euro has followed. IT NBV Kit
PAILH. The systom once Impreitnated with the
Bpecltlo.lt becomes an utter Impossibility for
the liquor appetite to exist, lor sale hrB P.
WAltK. under the Kbbltt House; It. K. IIP.LPH
IINBI'INK, I'ourtoonth street aud Vermont uto
nuo.Washlnston. HEALTH IS WEALTH
I presertb a rally r
dona llli a at tht only
peclSo tor lh cerlalu cul
of tlits dlieu.
Amiterdam, N, V.
Va bare sold lllr O lu
lUuny ytArs, na It DM
T TO t DATS.
VfiltrBtM4 BOl M
Kivn in un oi su
P It DTOHKACO.
Cblr n. IlL
r.ukMSl.OO, Bolaby Drugslits