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THE WASHINGTON OllITIO, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4, 1885.
2uIfftat iMiltf, NaiXiiaul xctplttl,
Tho Evening Critic PubllshliiECotnpany,
W. SCO IT TOWERS, Treasurer,
It. It, SYLVESTER, Editor.
01B.cc, No. Oil D StrccTTl'ost Untitling, Wash-
Ington, I). C.
CALL 13 Ul-2.
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Mall Subscriptions Invariably in advance.
THE WASHINGTON CItlTIC,
WASIIINOTOy, 1). C.
Tuesday, Auo. ,, 1885.
Thehi: uro oiiiloiieos on every linnil
Hint wo urn abutit to filter upon an
other moiuuneiititl eme, tlio I argue t
sized of. nuy hi our lilslory. To begin
with, there U the city of Now York,
which having secured for Itself, by
Binclous consent of the fiimlly, the dis
tinction of furnishing si burial place
for tho Old Coiuoiuiiilor, now vuuiU
the lost of tho country to come for
wurd ami help build :i luouuiuent to
murk tho spot. Huskies Now Yoik, It
Is altogether probable Mint two-thirds
of tho States will each want a monu
ment. Chicago and Philadelphia have
monument funds well under way.
Nearly every largo city hi thoNoith,
and possibly In the South, will probably
develop an ambition In thoKime illiec
tlou. Jt aioiigli guess it will take not
less than three million dolhus lo build
tho memorials already contemplated,
and this is a sum not icadily got to
gether by populur Mibscilption, even
upon tho spur of such un intensely sym
pathetic impulse as stir; the heart of
tho Union to-day. It may not accord
with tho temper of tho public mind just
at the picsent time to call a halt to
this excess of zeal, but It may be sug
gested without olTenso that wo go Mow.
There Is ccitainly no occasion for haste
In subscribing lo the Now Yoik monu
ment. Wo aro haidly llnougli yet pay
ing for tho pedestal to tho liaitholdi
statue. It weio heller to wait at least
until Hie funeral Is over befuio em
barking upon any visionary r.clicme
for tho glorification of Jtlvei
oldo l'nrk and iU adjacent property
holder?. When onee the funeral ceie
monlesnioovor the eountiy can tuko
its bearings as it note, and f-eu how It
stands on the iiioiiuuiunt business
what thcio Is to bo done, how many
statues thcie aro to build, how much
thoy will all cost, wlieio the money is
lo come fiom, and, in case Illinois, Ohio
and other States contribute to the New
York fund, how much New Yoik will
contribute in return for the, vaiious
State funds to bo raised, Tlilo is the
plain, buslnrss-llke nay of looking at
the matter and tho way It will have to
bo looked at booncr or later, dlestcd
of tho pathetic and leiitimeiital gloss
with which It is now invested. This is
tboinattor'-ot fact way in which General
Grant, of all other men In the eountiy,
would have had tho subject treated. The
Idea of calling upon tho people at largo
to build a structure in New Yoik, of
which oven the expense has never been
estimated nor a design considered, is
particularly preposteiousaud should bo
laid upon the table until the whole
question can bosetlously, sensibly and
systematically acted upon.
Who is to bo District Marshal? Who
Ecglsterof Wills? Who Kccouler of
Deeds? All theso questions seem to bo
as far from answer as they were llvo
months ago, and wo cannot blame our
Distiict fi lends for feeling as if they
had been unnccesfaiily overlooked. Of
course, It Is not a matter of life and
death whether these appointments arc
mado atone time or another, but to the
pcoplo here they are quite as important
us tho appointment of postnuisteis, col
lectors, appraisers, lecetveis of public
monies, and the like, is to peoplo else
where, and quite as essential to tho
inteiests of the public service. Thcio
is no more reason why District oilkials
should hold over than olllclnls out of the
District, and It Is not the Democracy
alone, but tho people of Washington at
largo and Irrespective of politics, who
feel that It would have been better for
tho President to hae deposed of tho
District olllccseaily In tho reason. It
had been no more of a bother or em
barrassment then than it will bo now,
and tho public, which U bound to llrul
moro or less fault, whatever appoint
ments me made, would by this time
havo been happily icconclled to tho
A Chinese laundry in Now York
has been closed by tho SherliV because
of debts owed by Its propilotor. This
Is tho llrst case of tho kind t lint has
over occurred hi that clt y. And a New
York Chinaman has eloped to St.
Louis with a pretty wlilto ghl, leaving
behind an almond-eyed wife and llvo
small children. Tho Chinaman prom
ises to become a typical New Yoi ker.
The Fiencli aio a queer peoplo in
somo respects. Jn Marseilles, with
grim cholera in their midst, the peoplo
aro engaging in oven more than their
usual amount of gayety. Tho pleasure
resorts of tho city havo 11 festival np
pearanee. This bilugsfotclbly to mind
Eugene Sue's giaplilo discilptluuof a
ghastly procession In Pails In honor of
A Piunokton correspondent of tho
New York Eoeniny Post wants tho Nn
tlonal ClvllScrvico Ivcform Associa
tion to call n general seilcs of meetings
ull over tho country curly In November,
to tako such action ns may bo deemed
es3entlnl to forestall ndverso action by
Congress on tho present law. 'Not only
this, but It Is recommended that "Im
mediate legislation" with a "wider
scopo than wo havo yet had" bo "de
manded" of Coi)grc?3,lwith emphasis"
In tho spirit of refoim. The National
Clvll-Setvlco llcfoim Association Is a
worthy rmd icspcclablo Institution, but
modesty as well as discretion should
forbid Its assumption of anything like
dictation or superiority to the Govern
Tim English nrc nil to bo withdrawn
fiom the Soudan at last, excepting, of
course, tho poor fellows who went thcio
to stay. Ami what lias tho British
Government to fIiow lorallltscxpcndl
tttio of blood and treasuto In the
Egyptian deserts, but an empty show
of occupation which failed to occupy?
Suppose tho cattlemen shouldn't
get out In foi ty days, what then ? Thoy
might say to the Admlulstiatloii,ln the
languago of tlin lato lamented Mr.
Tweed: "Whr.t aio you going to do
President Cleveland and Secre
tary Iunar nro likely to learn moro
about cattle ranches and cowboys this
week than they ever know beforo in nil
.. ...- .
PI'.OPI.K IN Ur.NEItAL.
M. Houstan, tho French Minister, Is
at tho Urevooit House, New Yoik,
Chief Shaw of tho London Fire
Htlgado will sail for Now Yoik August
The works of Edgar Allan Poo
havo just been nowly tianslatod and
published in Fiance.
MARTIN FAHQUIIAH TUFFER is 7o
years of ngo and has quit wilting ver
fce old enough nt last, to know better.
Lhvi P. Mohton, ox-Minister to
Fiance, Is at lib Newport villa, accom
panied by Mrs, Moitou .and his cliil
The friends of Mr. Undeiwood,
the now consul to Glasgow, will glvo
liliii a dinner to moirow at Point Shir
ley, near TJoston.
Mns. Ulack, widow of tho lato Judge
Ulack of Pennsylvania, has been for
most of the Mimnier at the Urlghton
Hotel, Atlantic City.
Dr.. 11. J. Gatling, inventor of tho
Galling gun, res-Ides at Ilnitrord, Conn.,
and is a stout man, with chubby face
and Hubby gray beard,
M1S3 May Liinouu Tifft, who has
just made her opeiatic debut in Pails,
Is a IJrooklyn lady, and deshes to make
her llrst American amicatnuco in that
Mam. IJahiuos i-ays that tho best
monument to her husband would bo a
man who can taku his place. Tho
madame is young,pretty and has SS,000,
000 hi her own light. Moston GloLo.
General Hancock has shown the
readiness and precision of the trained
soldier in tho piumptuoss with .vhlch
lie aiiBwcrs yes or no to tho Inntimeia
ble pioposltlons and suggestions now
crowding upon him. Manchester
Mits. Paddock better known a3
"Maggio Mitchell" Is much attached
to her Long liianch home nud says she
always hates to leave U; "It Is so wear
isome, you know, to travel round and
round for months at a lime." Very
likely; but her bank neeount grows fat
MlS3 JJTJIKI, LUOV KlHKMAN,
daughter of Captain Joel T. Klrkman,
Tenth Infantry, was married on Thurs
day of last week to Mr. Milton W.
Kirk of Chicago. The wedding took
place at 1-oit Union, New Mexico,
wlieio Captain Klrkmiin Is stationed
with his command.
Tin: principal illustrators for the
Now York daily papors, outside of the
Graphic, which hus an art stair of Its
own, aro Valerian Gribaycdofl' and
Baron do Grimm, both Russians by
birth, and young men. Baron do Grimm
came to this country from the Paris
Lc Soir to accept an engagement on tho
Kveninij Telegram, Gilbayedoll' was
not many jeais ago a drummer boy In
the Chilian tinny, and Is considered a
great success In pictorial journalism.
Nothing LcNMTlinu General.
Maria Mayo Is said to havo lefiued
moro than u hundred suitors before she
accepted Geneial Winileld Scott, who
courted her when ho was n member of
tho Richmond bar, as Mr. Scott. After
entering tho army ho continued his ad
dresses, and was refused successively as
Captain Scott and Colonel Scott, and It
was only as General Scott, tho victorious
hero of Luudy'aLinc, that ho at last
won tho hand of tliu much-admltcil
belle. Lipphicott's Magazine
rinyliiK nt Pontolllcu.
J. W. Hughes has llxed up a soap box
In a cool place In his cellar and has it
divided oil' Into pigeon holes, and every
afternoon he takes u handful of old ma
chine circulars and goes below and
squares himself boforo this soap box and
distributes the mail Into tho 1 oxes. Ha
says ho has lots of fun playing post
master, All ho wants In addition to
tills is to draw his salaty. lielolt
II V MIIS. IIAHHIET.lONhS.
You inny talk about your towns,
Uf your gems and velvet gowns;
Vou may talk about your mansions, with
their cost and Bhlno;
Something fairer moots my oyo
Ab tho pleasnut years go by:
'Tisjtiio charming works of nntuio near tills
homo of mlno.
Horn tho mountain daisies grow,
Horo tho silver rivers How,
And tho soft winds frollo dally In tho fra
Whllo tho birdies sweetly slim
On tho bough nndon tho wing
An thoy llugor, ever linger near this homo
Itoro tho stalely mnplos stand,
And tho oalis, so tall and
wiin tno willow and
'TIb n chnrmlnR placo to dream,
Closo bcsldo tho troo-linud stream
Nature's nuislo sweetly lulling near this
homo of mine,
O, this homo of mine,
l'loasant homo of mlno;
With tho muslo In tho nlr,
And tho beauty ovorywhert
Not n homo la any olty
Mko thlshomoof mlno.
Till'. 11IUTIHU t'ONNOIi.
A Iloml lVltlt VnryliiR lrlticlpl Hut
Never CliniiKiiiU Interest.
As lli'J price of British consols (an
abbreviation of "consolidated annui
ties," and pronounced either con-sols
or co-eo1s, but nalutally tho latter
way), Is a certain maik of the fueling
of Etcurity or Insecurity of 'ho llnan
clors of all kinds lit London, tho reader
may Just now bo In need of the re
minder that by far tho greater portion
of the national debt of tho United King
dom lias been funded into u perpetual
obligation of H per cent, interest per
annum to tho holdeis.
Tho Drltfeu ministers, when they do
Biro to borrow mouoy, instead of of
fering a one thousand dollar bond at
six, seven or olght per cent, princi
pal, payable In Ion or lorly years, ns
was done In America, sav totheinonoy-
lendcr: "Wo will pay linen per cent,
on everything wo borrow. Now, how
much of n bond do you want In re
turn for $1,000?" The money-lender
lias received as high 113 1,771, and as low
as $9DS, nccoiding to the degree of credit
enjoyed by the Government. In this
way the Government has plied up ni
Imaginary obligation of $3,000,000,000.
or in reality lias written an annual
pension-roll ol $10."i,000,000.
Now let us suppose that a man de
sires to "lend money to tho Govern
inont" that Is, to tako tho place of
those who havo so lent It, or those
whoso aucistors havo so loot It. Tho
Investor takes $1,000 into tho imrkct.
If Napoleon ha? just signed tho prace
of Tilsit, the lender obtain?, asoforoald
a bond for $1,771, on which lie over
afterward Is to draw three per cent. If
Dl'raell has justtorn up Russia's Iteaty
of Sin Stcfano and taken Cypius, the
lender gets only nn even bond for Ills
Again, If time pass, and a Picmlcr,
without the governmental icqiilsi'.o of
an Iron crown, will allow the govern
ment tp drift into a position of Isolation
with most of the world, and hostilities
toward tho good lighters, then the
holder sells hh bond for S9 to, and may
bo glad to get that much. This hoUcr
has beforo held bonds for which he paid
$1,000, and has sold as low as $800, and
as high as 1,020. Consols havo not bien
so low for seven j eare as they are at
this crisis, but they aro still llrm, as
elghly would bo eoiiflldoied very low,
and one hundred very high.
The idea of tliu consul, wlicieln it
differs from the American consolidated
debt, is that the principal may vary In
amount, but tho Inteicbt never. This
makes easier book keeping for tho Tieas
ury, but exposes tliu Treasuier to all
tho greater temptation to bonow, The
dealings In government securities are
"cleared," or "settled" once a month.
Tills day, (or any other like It) h called
the London account and Is the gieaiest
of all (ho lluancial observances In iho
world. The actual payment of bal
ances at this clcai lug, mount into lite
hundreds of millions, bo the investor
may buy consols for cash, or for tliu no
count, which, when Urn account is sev
eral weeks away, makes ndlil'oienco in
vnlucp, like "spot wheat," and "seller
the month," in Ameiican boards Now
WHAT TO WK All IN AUOUHi".
A Sensible BlltUiimmcr C'oHtiiiun for
fleutlciimn Who Stny In Town.
The typical American should wear
during the Summer, tiudeiclothiiig of
very thin limine, thin woolen half hose,
white canvas shoe, a shirt and trowseis
of light flannel tlw color according to
taste- and abroad sombrero of straw or
thin felt. A broad strap should conllno
the trowscrs nt the waist, replacing sus
penders. The shirt should have ti lol
ling collar, wltli a jeweled button or a
looe scarf, accoi ding to tho taste and
means of the wearer. A pocket in tho
bosom of the shirt should hold a hand
kerchief. Acoatof tliesamomateiial as
the shirt and trowcers should be used as a
Summer overcoat hi cool or rainy
Imagiuo a well-built mandiesRed hi
this way. Would he not look well?
Would ho not be cool and comfortable ?
After ouo trial, would anybody consent
to put on again the starched shirt, collar
and cull's, the tight, high-buttoned vest,
tho blackened boots, the suspenders and
the Derby hat ol the present. English
dress for Suunnei?
Hero is un excellent and simple io
form planned out. Who will Inaugurate
It? It half a dozen well-known gentle
men wore It down town tho next hot
day, It would bo popula: In n week. But
tho Idea of gentlemen seems to be to
show that they do nut caio for tho hot
weather. They do not succeed. Limp
collars and cull's and tho piickly heat
betray their suilei lugs in spite of thelt
Spartan coinage, New Yoik Sun.
How New rrenhft Aro Noctircd,
"This curiosity business," said a
Coney Island showman, "Is getting to
bo scarcer every year. 1 don'c believe
there lias been a now Importation within
the past two years. In fact tho old at
tractions are dying out and there
doesn't seem to bo any new ones to tako
"Then the curiosity business Is in a
"Yes. AVo llx 'em up, call 'em by
new nainoj, disguise 'em so that their
mothers wouldn't know 'em, but tho
public won't bo deceived for any length
of time.'' And the showman heaved u
ponderous sigh as though natuio was
trying to get tho best of him with a very
fair prospect of succeeding. No w Yoi k
LOST AND FOUND,
LOST-FItOM, OK IN V STItEET OAK, ON
ovenlug of '20th of July, within boundaries
of O btreet wobt, and Geoigetown car stable, n
white satin fan. Finder will letmntoA. It.
Williams, (lis 7th st. n w., and lecclvo icwaid.
- Thursday ovonlng, betwoon Ilrynn'sshou
storo. llth Bt, and 110.1 N Bt. ltoturu to 1103 N
Btandrocclvp roward. JV'L'J1
T.OST-A YOUNG MOUKING IIIIID,
XJ ward If roturnod to 7a 8th at n w,
T.OST-ON JUIA'23, INST.. IirjACICSKT-J-J
tor pup: nnswors to tho namoot Dorn:
white on onch foot; no collar, A llbornl ro
ward will bo given If returned to 411 N .1 nvo
n w. Jr-').I1.1L
lOUND-A IIUHGY-TIIH OWNKIl 18
x requested to conio forward, provo prop,
crty, and pny for thlsnilvortlscinnnt, FA
lllunilon, U.'il;t Prospect avo, West Washing
MONEY TO, LOAN,
ft80 000 T0 I'0AN 1N SUMS T0 sulTi
at 5 per cent, on flrst-classClty Property,
O. O, GUEEN,
Jy'21-lOt vm 7th tt
m-j an to snoo to $10,000, and larger
ijlluU sums on real ostato; lowost rates;
F 8t.n. w. Ju23-lyr
I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON OOOD REAL
ostato or collatoral security at lowest rates
ot Interest. No delay vtueu security la good,
o, 0. OREEN, Room 1, PIromou'B building,
cor, 7th and La, avo, apll-tt
VJjggSbTIIOSn l'KUSONB WAITING
Ato Informed that wo lmvo Just recclvod llvo
cases, l'ltion (1.75.
STINEMKTZ A BON,
1237 Pcnn. avo.
' (MIAMI'S IN STOMACH,
COITAIN cholera conn.
A.miowN, v.o. noxaat.
Nothing likoil. jyil
"ECONOMY AND 8AFKTY.
1'or Vapor Moves uso only
For tho Best Slovo buy tho MANFOItTJI.
DANFOHTIl FLUID CO,,
703 9th st n w.
Tho "Post" will, until further notice, bo pub
lished nt tho offlco of tho "Evening Btar."
Tho counting room will remain In tho Post
building, and business will bo transacted thcro
precisely as usual.
Tho editorial and composing rooms nro
located temporarily In tho McOlll building,
1107 E Etrcet. This will bo tho oflico of tho city
All persons having business with tho "Post,"
In cither editorial or business department, will
plcako be governed by theso direction.
PATENT MINNESOTA FLOUIl.
1'or salo only by
II. Q. lUVWORIO,
520 7th st., Solo Proprlotor.
BhJST MINEKAI. WATMt
A Hiiro Curo fur llilglit' DIsciiho of tho
20 llarrols-just recelrcd from tho Sptlng.
P. S. I havo lust elected n fountain and I
can bo obtulned nt my plnco of business by
Solo Agent, Oth and D ts. u. w.
WASHINGTON SAVE DEPOSIT CO.,
DIG Pcnua. Ave. N. W.
The Company v HI rent nmall privnto safes
In its new
1TIIE AND IIUKGLAIM'ItOOF VAULTS
from Sj to S100, according to slo.
Silver Plato and articles of valuo may bo
stored nnd Insured fur any length of time nt
very reasonable charge. Jc3 3m
HUNTON & CHANDLEU,
Will practlto in tho Supremo Court of tho
United Stales, tho Court of Claims, tho Courts
of tho District of Columbia; before tho Com
mittees ol ConcrcKi nud tho Department.
Orilccs: N03.37,33and3'JC0HC0itAN I1UILD
I NO. Jc25tf
THE niCST MKAIA IN THE CITY
ONLY 23 CENTS.
Excellent lunch 10 and 15 cents.
TIIK OAIIFIELD UININO-KOOMS,
003 F st. n. w.
Itooms for rent. Strictly temperance.
Je2i tf W. T. CHUMP, Proprietor.
fMSbGLiYMONf KXCU'ltSION OROUNDsl
CoiitraclsforExcurkions now in order. Cot-
tnges nnd single looms lor rent. V. Fiimjnd,
Caterer. Special rates to Stiiidny-schools.
ti. K. IKKMHIjr. mi 7tu st.
17281'cmin.Ac. N. W.
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
Summer board Uy tho week. 85: by tho
month, 822. myl-3m
To all who aro suflcriug from tho errors and
indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early
decay, loss of manhood, Ac., I will tend n re
elpo that will curo you, FREE OF CHARGE.
Tills gicut remedy was discovered by a mis
Moiiarv In South America. Send a kdl-ad-dreascd
cnvclono to tho Rev. Joseph T. lnman,
Sdllnn I), AV111 York Ctlil.
P1NEY POINT HOTEL, Mil,
Nluety-tno Miles from
Washington, on tho Potoinao River.
OPEN FOR GUESTS JUNE 20.
Steamers Excelsior or Georgo Leary each
evening from foot of 7th tt.
For terms, which will bo moderate, apply to
Hotel; Wash 11 Wlllluinp, 7th and I) btk. 11. w.,
or w. i'. kick,
QUJtMER BOARD AT BEll.E AIR FARM
J fortl a week during July. Accommoda
tions for children and servants. Easv dav's
drlvo from Washington, nud good pasture lor
Address BENJ. B. BELL. Manager,
Mlnnlovlllo P. P., l'rlnco William Co.. Vn.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
Advertisements ot Tbrco Lines under H1I3 head
lneorteil tbree limes for 2-5 cents,
O NE NICELY FlJlfNISHED MOOmTsI)
lloor, 10 per month lu advnnco. G07 N
TPOIt HENT-NIOELY 1'UllNIBIIED
-1- rooms, at reasonable rates, at Kii 15 st n w.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
THOd. E. WACIOAMAN. 017 F fctreet.
(Changes made Wcdnediiys and Saturdays,)
THREE-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
450 1 st. f li, Irs $0,000
221 Est, bh, mod imp, 10 rs n.ooo
12085thst, bh, mod Imp, 0 rs 5,500
801 nih Bt, bh, mod Imp, Hrs 4,t00
80.1 ntli st, bh, mod Imp, 8 rs 1,500
3 list, bii. modlm.B rs 4,500
807 mil et. l li, moil im, His 1.400
51011 st, till, mod Imps, 8 ra 4,200
K07 N Cnii st. b h. mod linn. 10 rs 3.500
C07Nst, water, bh, 7 rs 3,200
I'WO BTORY BRIUir. AND FRAME HOUHKB
400 nnd 403 llth Bl s w, b h, m I, U rs $5,000
515 llth st so, f li. Bid 2,000
1211 l'a nvo bo. f li, 8 re 2.500
01.1 1st s w, nud 3 housos In icar, f h, 5 is, 2,500
31.; nud :ui m bib w, i n, l rs i.uuu
111 und 143 A Bt s e. b h, tl rs 1,500
7480th stso, nil, 4 rs 1,000
lOlBlststso, f ll.llB 1,000
108nnd UOOthstsw, fh, ilrs , 1,000
307, 300 nnd 311 Mst 8 w, b li, 1 rs 1,000
0E011GET0WN PROPERTY FOR SALE.
1038UlstBt, rood Imp, 17 rs $10,000
ailONst, bh, mod imp, 12 is,
8 n cor Congress und Gay Bts.,
Congress, bet Htoddard nud Road Bts,.
I st. mod imp. 10 rs
niFnyottoBt, 10 rs
wuBiiniKioii Ht, uui iiuiiuarioii nvo aim
lloali Bt 2,400
101335tllBt,f ll, 7rs 1,800
Groon and Ncodwood Bts 1,500
Tudor Pnlaco, Vnlley st, bet Rhodes
nud Stoddard 1,500
Northwest. Per Month,
1312 Vt avo, in I. fur, 13 rs $200 00
Cor list nnd Conn nvo, in 1,10 rs 12.1 (Ml
1121 Q Bt, m 1, fur, 11 rs 100 00
113012th st, 13 rs 75 00
WW M St, 111 1,13 IB 05 00
ooi 2lst et, in 1. 10 rs 00 00
mo loth Bt, llrs moo
1310CoieoriuiBt, lOrs 50 00
1017 M Ht, 111 I. 10 IS 5000
421 Mat, 11 rs 10 00
1420 32.1 Bt, 111 1,0 rs 35 00
3tui3Bt,urs :n oo
2121 ic Bt, 7 ra in oo
1211 T st, Hrs... 25 40
1707 nnd 1711 athst.Ors 20 00
031 N Ynvo,7rs 2.103
lHOOTflt, 7rs 2500
715 mtii Bt, a rs ia oo
U1I3II Bt, nrs... 25 00
I8lll2thst,m i.nrs 25 00
lu sums tn suit nt C per cent,
Tho above is only a small portion of property
on my books. For full list call at olllco for bul
letin Istuid on 1st mill 15th.
ATTIJNTION OIULB AND HOYS-DO
" you want to loam to draw, but think
you havo no tasto or talent for drawing,
co mo to tho National Academy of 1'lno Arto,
1711 N Y nvo, cor lfllti st, Instructions Irco
Saturday mornings lor tho month or August.
Keecpilons froo Wednesday ovonlnKB nt 8
Ei.i:oant caiiinet photos, 2.no van
dozen! nhvnvfl successful with children:
rnpld process; boo specimen
l'a avu. over vogt's.
, .,-., -. ,...
WII.T, YOIINO. IjADY OCCUPYING SKAT
No. '27, second row orchestra olrnlo at
Albaugh'g llnirsday night, who notlcod young
matiwhllo talking to a gentleman, send lilm
her addross. Itomco, Citlo olllco aul-Ut
DOES IT BEEM 1'OSflIIlfjR TO GET A
llrst-class meal fur " or lJe, when you
could not liny tho crudo tnatorlnls In tho
market for $1 Well, sir, tho Forsyth Cafe,
f18 10th st, does servo OOJ such meals ovorv
MONEY WILE IlEUKFUNDED WltEItECEIt--"L
In I ti cholera Cure has been used ns dl-
reeled nud failed
told at a
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION. QtJUS
tlonsnml nnswers In nil BUliJects. Send
TEN cents. Ivy Institute, 800 K Bts n w.
WHY LET YOUR CHILD DIE FROM CIIOL
crn liifniitumwhen Certain Cholera Curo
Viould tavolt7 Try It and bo t niivliiced
TYPIMVRITINO DEPARTMENT: EXPERT
OPERA10RS: eecond-linnd type-wrllcrs for
sale: nil kinds; telcphono No. 112-2. 'TALI
aitA"H OITTCE," 1133 V Bt. Jj2MI
IT 1. YOUNGS, STEAM CARPET CLEAN
: tig and renovating works; feathcra ren
ovated, mattresses mado over, furulluru
steamed nnd moths destroyed. 1'122 Pa. nvo.
Factory, corner nth and K sts. b. q J0I8
ALL EXCURSIONISTS "TO RE IuTtEPARED
-"- for Dlarrhdja and Cholera Morbus by hav
ing Certain Cholera Cuic. Quickest relief
known. Try It Jy'20-lit
TAME8 RUTHERFORD, DEALER IN FINE
V Family Groceries nnd Provisions; nlso Wines
and Liquors, UOO D st. 11. w. Specialty mado
ot Jt'uro Aiuen ruii vinegar.
DR. LEON, THE OLDEST ESTAI1L1SHED
and only rellnblo Ladles' Physician In tho
city, can bo consulted dally, 401 O Bt., bet. !$
and Oth Bt. n. w. Prompt ttcatment. Cono
epondcuco nnd consultations Ktrletly confi
dential. Separata rooms for ladles. Olllco
always open. Je5
PATTERSON STILL SERVES THOSE Ex
cellent meals for 15 ets. Cull mid try. Lo
Droit Dining Itooms81'2 Y st. 11. w. my28
TPIIEVERY REST BUSINESS PUN MADE.
jl tjoiu uy nu
Send 7 2-cent
stami3 for earn-
nlndn. In Well
ington Plionographlo Headquarters, Washing'
T I.. KKUVANIJ. 101'J PENNA. AVE.. EN
O graver. Plato and CO visiting earth. 80
cents; DO cauls fiom samo plate. '15 cents; 100
cards puntcu noin piato. 70 ceiiio,
fEDICINE FOR DOGS.
Ox m All Diseaoes Ctirnl.
Cor. -tWi Bt. and Md. nvo. b. w.
I ADIES "COMPOUND PILLS OF TANSY"
XJ nro perfectly gato nud always cacctuul
Sealed particulars 2o. Wilcox Spcclllo Weill
olno Company, Philadelphia, Fn
L" AIHES- PENNYROYAL PILLS ("CHI
Chester's English"), the only genuine, shfc,
certain and rDTcctunt. Scaled paitlculars'le.
Chichester Chomlcal Co., 231,1 Mudlson s(..
HMIE NORWOOD lNSTTTUTBINJjAll 1ITI1
-1- Bt. Circle) will open September :xf ith a full
corns nf accomplished iustruitot?
kuowlcdiro of rrencli nrattleal as
scholarly given In the hhertesl time. Addtcss
MR. nnd MRS. W. 1). CA1IEL, Principals, 1212
and 121 1 1 1th hU n. w. Iyl3
BUSINlS EDUCATION lor jouiignnd mid
dloaged men and women. Spring and
bummer sessions of the Spciiecilan Business
College, corner Ninth nnd Dsts. n. iv. Rapid
writing, bookkeeping, rapid calculations, Eng
lish language, Mcnogranny, tvpe-w riling, etc,
thoroughly taiiEhl. Tuition: Year from date
of entrance, day or night, 800; Ihreo muutliH,
day, Sin; night, 811; one month, day, 57; night,
j. Rapid writing only 12 lessons 8.1. Call or
tend fou elreulars.
HENRY C. SPENCER, PlltlClpal.
SARA A. SPENCER, Vlrc-Prliielpal.
JJON'T PAIL TO VISIT
DOOLEY'S E1ALTO FOUNTAIN,
I -Jl raid Pa. Ave. S. K.
BESVSODA WATER IN THE CITY.
ITOR SALE-TWO-STORY BRICK DWELL-J-
lug, 8 rooms und bathroom, on 1st st n e,
for S'2,800, on easy terms. Another, t-nmo lo
cation, 7 rooms und bath room, t'2,300. Tiler
I7OirSALE-WE OFFER FOR SALE ONE
.' of the most dcslrablo und oxtenslvoicsl
deuces In East Wnshlngton; largo houso nud
ueauiiiui gi'ouuus. ror iitu pniiieutars nun
pormlt lo Inspect, apply to Hwormstcdt &
Brndley. 1)28 FbI . Iviym
FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE No 1008 OTH
nt li w, (I looms und basement; rnnpo,
latrolioi, cto.; Ilnlshed lu bard wood: puce
O'l 1 Kli D.nnll utiali ...nA..ln ft 1 l..-.l '1.(1
4 MS st n w. Iy8
JBS-CAI'ITAL PRIZE S75,iX.-ffTl
Tickets only SO. Shares In Proportion.
L S. L.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
" II 'e do Itcriby ciitlfy thai lie tvMiibe the ar
t iwociHCntt for all the Monthly and Seml-Annual
Viawlnys tf The ItuMann State J.ottcry 0m
mny, and In treon manaicantl contivl the Jhaw
innt tlteintdict. and that the Mmeate conducted
tilth honctli),fimctt and In (jood faith towatd all
liaitlci, and we authorize the Comjiany to utclhli
In Its adici lisemcntt."
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
Incorporated in 1858 for 25 j cars by tho Legis
lature lor Educational and Charitablo pur
poses lth a capital of 81,000,000-towhlcha
rescrvo fund of oicr .V)0,000 has since been
By an o cm helming popular voto lis fran
chise as mado a part of the present Stnto Con
stitution, adopted December 2, A. D. 1870.
The only Lottery over voted on and endorsed
by the people of any Stale. It never scales or
Its (irand Single Number Drawings tako
placo month ly.
A tplciidld opportunity lo ulna fortune.
Seventh Giand Drawing, Class 11, In tho Acad
emy of Music, Now Orleans, Tuesday, August
ll, lbto 1B3U Mommy iirawing.
Capital Prize, $75,000,
100,000 Tickets at Fle Dollars. Each.
Fractious, In Fifths, In proportion,
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE 875,000
9 Approximation Prizes of 87,10 0,750
U tlo do WK) 1,500
0 do do 250 2,250
1,007 Prizes, amounting lo $205,500
Application (or rates to clubs should bo mado
only to the olllco of tho Company in New Or
leans. For further Information writo clearly, giving
full address. POSTAL NOTES, Express, Monoy
Onlers or Now York Exchange In ordinary
letter, Curronoy by Express (all sums of 85
and upwards at our exponso) addrossed
M, A, DAUPHIN,
Now Orleans, La,
Mako P. O. Monov Orders unvnblo and nil-
Mross Registered Letlcrs to
NEW OllLUANS NATIONAL JJANK,
Now Oi leans, La.
A LIlAUGIl'fl Or it ml Oporn-lIouBC.
Every Evening (No Saturday Mntlnco),
Von Suppo's Mrlndlous Couilo Opera,
Admission, 25c. ltnsorvod Sqnts, Mo.
I.otUo Itnrtoii'n 1'nrngoiiH, MuiUcli
Dmicorn 'U'cscs 1'IuhIIihic."
Every Night nt 8:30.
Matinees Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days nt -30 p. in.
Tho "llOSSi 81IOW" of tho season.
Advcrtlsemcnta nl Three Llnin uiulnr this hciul
Inserted tlueo tlmra lorzticnts.
WANTED-A WILLtNG, RELIAIII.E
wlilto girl lo tlo housoivoilc and help
sorvnnt In nsitinll pilvato fiunlly; torotciiccB.
lfiitt ir.th st n w. nu:)-3t
WANIT.b-S EXPEIHENOEU WHITE
women, ouo as cook nnd wnshcr nnd
ironcr nnd other ns ehiimbciuiald uudnaslst
In washing and Iniulng. Apply, with cltv
roforonces, nl W V st 11 w. nn3-:Jl
WANTED-AN INrELLIOENT SINOLECOL
med bid v lo nut lis lionsckpptirf: Olio Hint
understands musle preleircd. .Mldrcss Kuri
Kruger, yrino oiuce. niu-in'
WANTED -GOOD, STRONG. AHLE.
bodied colored woman for kitchen work
Apply at 178 Pa nvoji w. nuNiy
TVANTED-A WASHWOMAN TO WABII
nt tho house 011 Monday
II st s w.
-17-ANTED-TWO WHITE CURL WAIT
ll losses. Apply immediately nt U08 r st.
VirANTED-A WOMANOROIRL 1011 lilOIIT
ll liousowork. P. (J. Meny, 12'27 S'2d t,t.
W ANTED-A STEADY WOMAN TO DO
general liousowork; can stay nt night.
5lri 13th st 11 w. ; JyL-J-ilt
WANTED HELP MALE.
AtlvertlsementD ol Tlirco Linen under this head
Inserted tltreo Muni lur 2j ccntn.
WANTED-AN ACTIVE, INTELLIGENT
young tnnn; quick with pen nud nt llg-
urea: Botticaui itnuus,
TVANTED-WIIlTK GIRL TO NURSE
' nnd for light housohuld work; refer-
en eo required. Apply at unco ut HI Ust
11.0. Jj 27-31
WANTED-lMMEDIATr.LY, A FIRST,
class barber: 110110 other itood apply.
Cor Mill Ht mill Mil nvo aw. Jy27-!ll
Advcrtlsenteuts olThrru Lluco tiiuler thin heml
Inserted tlirco limes lor cenls.
XTANt1:D-I1Y A ltEI.IAHLKCOLOItTiTl
' wnmnn. Altiiiitlrin: innn oyenUnnt unnk!
plain washing nnd ironing If necessary;
glvo city references. Address MisM.l
W ANTED-A SITUATION IIY A YOUNG
man fif trond hiililtA. tn Icmii n n triiiln nr
do nny kind of work.
Address George, Ct Itjo
WANTED-HY A RESPECTABLE COL
mtil wtinnin. tlin wittthlm. nf hvn futili
ties to do III llOIIIc: best of rofeieitees. Amilr
111 II slaw. . nul-ilt
u situation ns chnmbct-
miild oriiuise; would do housework In small
family. Apply nt 71') lOlhst J'tiL
WANTED-WR1TING 10 DO IN AN OF
lleo or nt lionip. hv a lmlv ulio uiltes
fiom dictation on the tincwriler or liv hand:
salary not so iniirh tin objiet as pirmnneiit em-
pio.vnteiii. .iinresM iiish i it r, t inn' oiuce.
Adwrtlscniriits of 'I'liieo Lines un Icr this hesil
liinprlcd threi! limes for 2fl cents
A YOUNG MAN DEHIIILS TO RENT A FUR---
tilshnil inotti f imveiileiit In nmv I'nimlon
bulldluc: iinsuer Innnedliitelv: lcfeiciwestix-
I'liiuigcilj address Alono, Cilllo oflleo. nul-ilt
WANTED-EVERYIIODY TO INVEST 5
oi'iils fnr li nnm- of Knilit'llnv'l (Julilr
Iho other edition (pamphlet) cost 50 cents;
trndennd nmVHhoyBsupploil. I4II7 Fst ll w.
WANTED-STUDENT8 OF PHONOC1
rupliy to know thai tho new edition
(1885) of llonti Pitman's Manuel mid ull other
iiiouetiu piiuueatloiiB can tie purchased at
Phonographic IlcailtjuurtciB, 027 1 st u w.
FOR SALE LOTS.
I?OR SALE-BEAUTIFULSUIIURUAN LOTS,
: 25x100 feet, fronting Blmlciisbtirg Tuiii-
pike, In Bight of btleet-eitiH. S300; S 100 cash,
balance $5 pcrinonlh. Neat 5 loom cottnges
built ut lowest contract i.itcs: SlOO cash, b.il-
ancolii5 o.irs, or monlhly pa) ments If pro
THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
Jy7 ! 1 F St., Rooms 5 und (1.
lot, near Scott Circle, at
n'lt'.i l.ilu ,, 1rtll. ulvintf ,.,.M Unnll nli.il.i
at 60 cents less than ndjolulnggiouud.
Desirable ground In Rhode Island it veil no,
near Connecticut avenue, ut lcasonublo rates.
New und substantial coiner dwelling, near
Dupont Circle, eonliiliilng J.'l rooms, 811,000.
Ditto, nenr Btlllsh Legation, 17 looms,
Sovciul desirable country places near tho
WM. P. YOUNG,
By AUSTIN P. BROWN,
1 120 F st. 11. w
40,000 feet of gioiiud on 10th st. u. w bet,
Scott CliclonmlR St., nnd 00,000 feet on N.
H. u e bet. Dupont Circle nud L st. Seiernl
llrst-class houses, ranging In prlco from SKI,-
inni to iiiu,inni. join ll
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Advertisements of Tlir) Lines miller this head
luaertcit.tlirec times for 25 cents.
"PPOR RENT-NEARLY NEW SIX-ROOM
-L illicit: ull mod Imp: 301 10th st s o; $18 30.
W E Wright, room 13, St. Cloud building. Otli
and V sis. . nu:i-ill
HUNT A FAMILY (ONLY TWO)
havlnirnU room houso. wo I lurnlshcd. In
oxcollent neighborhood, iIcrIio to rem it. nnd
If plonsant to router will board with them.
Apply at 1810 Est. nu1-ui
TjiOU 11ENT-I1Y AUGUST 1, ONE-HALF
J- flno Inrgo Bloio on V st; very Btiltnbla for
real estato, lusiirnnco or banking business.
InntilrontKt! Fstn w. Jy3l-3t
T-IOUSH. 8TA1ILE AND 5.000 FEET OP
ground for $12 pur niontli, nt uorlhonst
eornor7lh Bt load nnd Whitney
1j OR RENT
JU lllil Corcoiiui Bt., (Ii'suud bath, mod,
11!1 0 bt.H. u 10 looms, mod Imps.
1220 F st, 11. W., Htoicroom.
TTIOS. J. MYERS,
Real Estato Agent,
Jlfl-tf 121(1 FHt. It. W.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Advertisements or 'I-lirra 1.1ms umler Ihla lii-nt)
Inoarlml t It rk lttiim fi n1 iiiihta
TOR SALl-A VIOLIN MADE IN CRE
- mona, Hnly, III 1U17; can buseen ut:i(io:i
l?OR8ALE-(IOOl) WILL AND FIXTURES
L' of n restaurant nt (121 7th st. b w.
TiOR SAL1C-A NEW SINQLE STRAP HAR-
uoss, used ulinut tnrcn weeks, owner lenv-
Ing tho city. Aildioss Einmott, Crltlo Olllco.
T7OR SALE TIlOROUdllBREI) ENUL1S1I
x bull terrier pups; "very rnro and small"
brncd; blleli nnd ttog weigh only 10 pounds;
beautifully marked: will mako flue ratters ami
natch dogs; a good ehaueo lo get a aluablo
dog cheap. Apply nt liI,,i,,tiLclL J)"25-3t
fOR SALE-SAILBOAT, IN (lOOD CONDI--1-
lion, wltli portnblu inbln, sun nuiilnir,
nttis, iinchois, cables, etc,, 830, Addtcss Sail
boat, CrIUo olllcu; ji8-3t
A 12iorsu rower Engliio and holler
Jo20tf Apply at Crltlo OITleo.
WANTED-TO EXOIIANGF. NEW BTOVES
for old onoi at lluth'r's Stove Exchange,
corner 5th and K sts. Smoky ehlmnoys ouretl
or no pay. Stovos oxehanged for groccilea.
OUl Btoyea bought,
WANTED - HVERYHODY TO GO TO.
Coloulnl lluach AVodnosday, August 5, v
with Mount Vernon M. E. Church excursion
on tho Btcntner Arrowsmlth. A pleasant
trip for ovoryona guaranteed. Tlckots. COef
to bo had nt Johnson Ilros,, No. 1303 V stn
w; T. Jnrvls, 420 tnh Bt 11 w: Bplcor, Coinn
ton lc Co., 031 La nve, nud II, O. Windsor. 1425
N Y uvu. nu3-2l
To MARSHALL HALL,
TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 4,
Btcntner W. W. Corcoran will loavo her
wharf nt 0:30 nud return ut 11:30 o'clock
Tjekcln, for unlo by members. f0e. mi3-2t
Thoowitcrsof HiOBlcanicr W.W.CORCORAN
hao put phased ittid will nssuuio tliomauago
incut ot MAUSIIALL HALL. Dally lnornmg
excursions will bo given especially for Ladles
Absolute order will bo preserved on tho
grounds, tho ttthtof mulshed with all tho mar
ket affords, lunches served, and lco, fruit nud
mm; niwnys on unuu.
Steamer leaven ovcivinornlncnt lOn'plnek.
returning nl ! o'elock p. in. Furo, 25 cents for
round trip to umnoni aim Ainisimu nun.
Chlldrcii, 15 ectilii.
, 15 cento. Jc8-tf
Long Branch of Iho Potonmo.
;i)i Hours nt tno ncacn.
L'otnniciiclng Willi .Juno '28, tho STEAMER
GEORGE LAW will Icnvo dully (except Moil
ilaysi Frldnjs nnd Snturdnys) from Btcatncr
I.cnry'B whaif ut 8:15 n. 111. sharp, returning
l):llo p. m. l'nro for trip, 50e, Meals GOo.nt
tho Point. Professor bhrocder's oiehostra.
Geo. W. IlAUERjjiwner steamer Geo. Law.
HO I TIIIiailHAT I'ALHAWI) CA1I1N
Tho Btrnm-paeket EXCELSIOR will mtiko
rcgulartilps 1I111I11; tho season tothonbovo
pohttH uiery SUNDAY, TUESDAY unit FHI
day, leaving her wlmif; comer of High st. and
Ciiunl, nt 8 o'clock 11. m, slinrii. l'nro for
lound-lrlpnoe. lloatenil ho chattered on til
lernutodayi. For Information apply nt oflico
or j,u. unit J. m. watj;iis, 1017 liigiist.,
THE UUEEN OF WATERING
Is leached by tho
WEST JERSEY fiAILROAD
TWO HOURS FROM PHILADELPHIA.
vast i;.vpKi:s.y trains, with rurior
Curs attached, mo run timing tho bchsoii at
convenient hours. Passengers itirlvo ut tlio
Now Broad sticct Station, Philadelphia, whero
Union Transfer Coaches nnd Horso Cnra (tans
fee them tlhcct to tho station of the
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
nt Iho foot of Market sticct.
1 or tickets. IniEunco cliccku nnd lull lnfor
NnrllioiiHl ctniK'i- T'lilileentli street ntitl
Station lliiltlmtiio A: I'nloiimo Itnllronil
J. R. WOOD,
ienerul I'lisscngcr Agt'
I!XlIti:.SS TRAINS HUN TJUtOUOH
AVITIIOUT STOPS IN
CAMDEN & ATLANTIC R. R.,
Fiom Station foot ofVInu sticct.
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
From Stntlou foot of Mai Let street.
Accessible fiom Washington by tho through
trains of tliu
BALTIMORE & POTOMAC RR.
From tho Now Bio.ul Blicet Stntionof tho
Pcnusjlviinln liullioutl, at Philadelphia, Street
Cits will convoy passengers tlhcct to tho West
Icisoy Rnllioittl Station. Union Transfer
Couches to tho station of tho Cumden & Atlnn
For through tickets, b.iggago checks and full
lufoi million apply ns follows:
Northeast enrnor 1'liii lecntli btreet und
Slntltiii llnltliiiuio .V I'otoinuo Itnllronil.
CHAS. E. rUGII, J. R. WOOD,
(leneial Mnnnger. fieneuil Passenger Agt.
) J " ' 188t
li'.VfllTIFUiri'V UIMM1W .4rr
iiAin.noKi: ,v oiiio hailhoad.
EVERY MONDAY, C'oinineiielng JUNE 22, to
Round-tilpRnte,S1.50. Limited to .'100 per
Bdns. Le;io Washington at 8 a. in. Return
ing, in i ivo ut S:!1U p. m.
EVERY TUESDAY und FRIDAY, Commotio
ing JUNE 23, to
llitipiii'M 1'eiry it ml 11) i lies' IhIiiuiI,
On tho Potomae.
Roiuitl-trlp Rato, SI. Limited to '200 per
sons, l.c.uo WiiHhhigton 10.05 a.m. Return
ing, urrlvo nt 7:20 p. in.
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND EVERY OTHER
I, UK AY OAVJJHNS,
Commencing JUNE 21, Round-trio Rate,
ftl.DO, Lctivo Washington 8:30 it. m. Re
turning, airlvo ut 0:15 p. in.
Evciy ticket calls for a loecrvcd seat on
these excursions. Securo your tickets nt Oil)
itiitl i:)5t Pennii. nvo., and at depot nu tho
inoinlngof thooxeuislou. Jolll-tf
LOW Kit Ui:iAlt l'OINT.
Tho Popular Watering Placo of
Tho safe, swift und magnlllccnt Btenmcr AR
MENIA will leave her wiiuif, foot of 7tli st,
dully, except Saturdays, at On. m., redlining
ut I) p. in.
Armenln stoiis ut Alnxandiln on MONDAYS,
WEDNESDAYS mid FRIDAYS only.
Fnio, 50o lound tilp. children, 25e.
Dinner on tho grounds, 50 cents.
Forfuilhei'lntorinatlon nud chattels to bo
eletles nnd corporations npply to
0. li. SHERIFF'S Coal Offlco,
,T28undllll Pa. nvo., or ntstenmer's whnrf,
foot of 7th st. Jol'2-tf
JUT, VIHINON I BIT. VUHNONI
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN ff-ljl'h
Leaves 7tli st. whaif dally, except Sunday, for
Mt. Vernon at 10 o'clock a. in.i returning,
leacncs iviisiimgiou uooiit ;:;iti ii. m.
ESTATE BROKER, CLAIM
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 1337 Fit. ll. w., Washington, 1). C,
Opposite Ehbllt House.
For Sale Fiopertylu every Slato and Terri
tory in tho Union; l wo million acres uf heavy
iiiuiicis; itisii cicuiini lesint'iices null vaiuauio
uoderty at bargains; telcct building sites over-
looking tho city.
Politeness shown and uttctittnu
thoso vilm call at mvolllce.
Relcrenees Brig, and B t, Mnl.-Gcn. W. B.
Hazen, Chlel Signal Olllcer, U. 8. A,; Shelln
barger it Wilson, attorneys; Whcatlcy Bros.,
lumber dealers. J.v'-'l-lm
Frislilfiil Case of a Colored Mao.
I contracted a fearful easo of blood poison In
1883, I was treated Jiy somo of tho best phy
blclans lu Atlanta, Thoy used thooldiemeilles
of Mcicury nnd Potash, which brought on
ihcuinntlsm and lmpaliod mydlgcstlvo organs,
lively Joint In mo was swollen und full of pnln.
When 1 was glieu up to die, my physicians
thought it would bo a good tlmoto test tho
htuu of Swift's Spcelllo. When I commenced
taking S.S.S. tho physician biiUI I could not
live two weeks under tho ordinary treatment.
Recommenced toglvomu tho medicine strictly
iiccordlng to tlheelloiis, which I continued for
suvcrul months, I took nothing else, and com
menced to liupiovo fiom tho i cry llrst. Soon
thorliuumatism left me, my uppetito bccuino
ull right, nud tho ulcers, which tho doctor bald
weio tho most Rightful ho hnil ever seen, be
gun to heal, and by tho 1st of October, 1881, 1
was n well man again, I am Btronger now
than 1 over was hcloro, nnd weigh moro. S, 0.
S. has saved mo fiom un early grave.
I.em McClondon 1ms been hi tho omploy of
(ho Choss-C'nrloy Company for somo yonrs, nnd
I know tho nbovo Btntements lo botruo. At
thotlmo ho hegnn taking Hwlft's Spoclllo ho
wns lu ahorrlhlu condition. I icgam his euro
W. H. CROSBY, Mnnnger.
Choss-Cailoy Co., Atlanta Division.
Atlanta, Ga, April 18, 1885.