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TITE WASHINGTON HUTR', THURSDAY EVENING, RKPTKMIJKR :, Vu
1 1 1
r r ll r i.ii i r -n r tim 'mmittill f. I dostn
i i ! mv ('. i' Ilia iiimillol'.vt I tei'.l-
l .y In In i it peWj. Mr it lo
i ..i niH.-f ni'i ' ift nil fro-n Infmiur.
V. i mi hi, i wily, hut In no in .ill
" v - 1 1- ," '. i ii in n pirlii lio.il mj
1 i I ml i lip Hi- 4 rulliiirr l Ii7 .11 In
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r iii ill UN i I'-nnn 'i i nj i. i'iIo,
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r il i ii' Mi r im i tfilii' seemi I ii iiilii t'lt
I i i iinlmi In mi In subside. flor Iii)
Ii ill 1 1 "'i'lli"l"iimiii,liiiliiii'llMiiniro,l. 1:1 1
l,r -i n- i !' diiid lli nn I turn! ivlilln uu I
nnlv nii'i lliinllv he lirtisVii then of l'i iri
In i ii iiMc nlilli- imivilor iiKon'iilnt imm
Mil Mil" Is now Inking the sixth buttlii nviirr
ni'iuiiiiiii i nf Itin illni-n In liiiiic, nn I liur
Hi Ii l -nil mill ulilic ii rhl'l' lli-r till I
mlic Imp ili.Tii.i'unil iiii'l kIih oniiy I'm
cmlr px-t hi nlth rliu bus known III ID yiurs.
f U"liiirsliiMlci'lil I'Wrv Imttlu nf S. Si Mi
Is north n llimiKiitiil times Hi woUlit In gold.
Any HirllicriiifiiTitiul lim nmwilnijtwrr no
illi"i mrullv iii pn iiy lii'Miiir iii Imr nil
tlcnre !.! Mnililt nini'l nr Iiy iii'i.
JOHN I' HII.MH.I'.r. II UrltwoM st.
Detroit .Mtih.Mai HI. IHMt.
lor nlot'Vnll 'irnj'Wi
NV Ki7V 'JI'I Driuic.r!l. AtlunU.n.i
iitrrinr. rnNiTii i:i,y cum:i
IlYTIIIl'MI'll Tlll'HS CO. or NowYorlinml
1'hlhiilclphlu. Tho only Arm hi tho world wlm
tlaro Oimranitt (he cure of lliitilura. IT. C V,
Luriihain, (ho emit Trum lixjii-rt, general u
irrintemlrnl.f now nt (hour. MAIIO IIOI'KL,
corner l' rumi Iviinln avo. and Suvcntli it.,
Washington, (I. (', Hi' bIvo examination nn,i
adilco.fiiv, mill fri'o trial ofTnic. (Mil or
mil stiimi" fur rlrculur and ho aural. Joa lm
IMIIor uf "IfrtiKh nnil Uniue."
At His Oulce,
No. 723 Twelfth Street.
Office Hours, 10 to I anil C to 8 p. m.
oT Tnnte, Hear
tngaiul Sin oil.
A quick ltcllcf
CIIi:ASI 1IAI.M lias irulneJ nn cnviablo
rciuitnllim, illspliH'InK all other preivu'.itloMS.
A partk'lu Is applleil Into cacli nostril: no p tin:
ncrccnlile to uso. Pilco fidoi by in.illnrnt
rtniKKliita. Scihl for circular. CIA" UU03.,
DruKsUts, Owcro, N. Y.
llCMLlirl 1.1 II. Alletltnor jouthfulliufruili'iiro
fjulr.u j'tcinntiiro Dcciy, lnouX)rl"llly, .ot
Aljinlinoil, An., limine Iricil in T.ila eifry koonn
which iiu ulll fund 1 Itlii; ln)ilifi.lr,".i.uirorrn.
m ua jJtmant, $urt cur.
1 ITPIJIIJf Dll TO Molktiirc.UcLisit.wori
I I ull IIIU riLHO. ? "" t iferoi
Hi Dla-vriu ultUA.
A NEW DISCOVERT.
Immeillato relief for Cold In thollovl, Soro
Ji'iimh. Cnturrh, Ao. lUo. a box, 1'or b.Uo by
Wyckoff, Soamans & Donodlct,
Wnsliliigtou (lllloo, Our. Hlli unit FHIii.
Kruillni; rcncneil rlri'nstli, or uhu nufTi'r Trori
liiUriultliM lucullar tu Ihclr VX .liuulil try
Thin metlldQA romlilnni Tron ulth pure TretiLlii
tonicB.anU in Invahialita for DivaheH peciiliar tu
Wf linen nn.l allivliolnail tmlontary livna. It liu
rirln ami I'urllli'H tho llloml, mIiiiiiIiuih
ihu Apiu'iili't .HireiiKI liens tun .Wiini'Ii'm and
Is'eri i nln fuct, thornuirtily liii lunriiied.
( 'At am thn coraiiliixiun and makuv tho akin binooth.
It linen not blacken tun tctth, eauao lioailacho, ur
pltxluco conBtlpatiuu (ill Clair iron midMntt da,
Mnn.rriZAnr.TU lump. 741,arwell Ato Milirau
Ira. WR, caya. urnlor date of Deo, Sotli. sH l
"1 havu Ubeil HroM n'a Iron ltittiTB, ami it haa liecn
roorollinuailoclor In me, UaTlng cuiiii inaiifthu
weakncnaladiuahaToln life. Alao rurvd inn of I Jt
ur Oonii'laint, ami now my comi'loxlnn u rlnar auu
linod, llai been benohclal to my children." N
Oenuino haa Almretrado nark and rrneaeil red linol
on vrrapper. Tnko no oilier. Blade only by
JlltOWN CIIIMIIOAI, t'O.illAI.TI.MOlti:, Mil.
I.iDirK' Hand Hook naeful and attractive, con
tainlnif lirit nf prima for reclpeN. Infonuatlnn ahuQt
cmjna. etc, Kirpn away by all ileafera lu medlcuio, or
mailed to any addnuw ou rocvipt of So, ctauip.
kt- m ( t wm ib
TOPICS OF TIIK DAY
what mii.cdx: s vii) or cm.VNr ,vt
AN BLOQUUNT SPBBOH.
'i in: itjTi: itoiisr. an (MTici: in
ii:ai or a ltiisiniiNoi:.
Nil I'llllllIK Olll ltlllH (iillll'lllHslllll'Jt'
Column ami Siiiatiir It iiiioin.
Wlii'ii Hit! American ciltuiy ut 0 n
Rlniitlnoiili) was calle.l liigctlinr for l!iu
itirii)i of pnyliiK ii' tribute of r.npjsl
lo Hid mi'inory of Clciiui'.il OiMiit, Mr,
fox, lliu Aiiii'rlt'an Mlnlslur I'lTurkay,
llllltic llll lllllllll'lltllu SIL't.'Uil, no luu
jiiil In Ht'iilliniMil tliaii I'lomu'ii In -liri-i'Hliiti,
wlili.Ii was imlilislii'd lu full
In llic .'iinlini 1'rpn.u of August 17.
KollimliiK nro llscoiit'ludliur imss.;ui:
"Jf 11 Iiu snld that Clraiit will so loyal to
IiIh rileiiils dial Ills fitiuj w.ii illiu'ii I
Iiy miiiic allliiiii'u;, w.is ll not amply
ri iiil'i'i'onllvu tlinl Iiu was jrriierous lo
IiIh Ioih? 'I'licu wcii- liinili) iiuillllui
In llic iiinti. Tliry catiuot lincur.tflu t
ti nn ilmrntlcr Iiy W est l'olut, Wall
unci or Wartlifiigton. 'I'liey wort.',
Iiowpmt, loiiutk'il, iiiav'iillk'.l nil I iiiiit-j.l-(tl
by oxU'iiilvo liiluruourse wltli
nn n iintl cM'iitH. I.lki' bis iiaint'-siUu
I 1)-M, Iiu had soon many l.nuli.
'I l.r iiiijrlc'i of bis cliar.i''li'r ivuru
wolii KiiKotli by tlm atlrltion of ni'iny
waxen ii poii iiiauy illilaut strainls. Iiu
Mas Illtiil, lliuri'iori1, Iiy Ills illsp'i'illltm,
liniiiliiK'i (icciipnllons.triivi'ls, his hero
Imii nuil noblllly of tliar.ittcr lo for,;lva
llir fee nuil furct llio Injury; lo em
balm the good, and btesj, cli'vatn a'.nt
dignify Hint human niituru which Is
cut Mru'KlIii',' out of Ihu cioiitl lulu
Hit lij-'hl, m't'liliig cvor upon thu t'ross
nf lo-iliiy, lliu crown of lo-inorrowl
Dies not our Atuci'Iciu pulsu bunt
MronsPi? nud our patriollu love Krnw
warmer by tlio coiitt'iuplatloii of thu
rhiirai'lur of Kiii'li an Ami'ilcan? If in
lift' Iiu Mns fiicli n luvur of power. In
dentil Ills (,'r.ive is Ihu fulcrum of that
user Mil liircu which, in our future
bnllli'K fi r law and liberty, will bo felt
as Unit of no other American, uulcst It
be Wnxliliigioii and l.llieolnl Wu read
of tho int'cllngH of OV.ars nuil l''n
pcroiH to tlctermlnu tpiestlons of terrl
loiy and flnlcjwu hear of tin: miir
ilnges of prlnccH and prlncusios and of
efforts for tho permanency of ilyu.w
tits; but far more Kiguille mt and lliu i
lrlous is thu deparllug Mnlcndnr
nf the cvvnliiir oib of tlie Western
lleinisphere. .Modest mi,;i!llU'.'nco,
iiiinisumiiiK pomp uml sturdy xtruiijrlli
wlinl iitialille.s to alliiru olher puojilu to
Ainerlrn as (he fJynosuro of (heir hop m
ami iiiiimiut"-H! id u uoi in in tins
Oriental land, far from lliosyiiiiMtlicilc
t'onlael of our fellow cotintryuiL'n at
home, Hint we as Ainericim should
echo thiir sutl refrain over the Ion of
ourchiefest chleftalnsf Thuemto li.ini
of his faine are not onlv iip.m Ihu Iiu I
son and thu l'oloinae. '1'hev are hero also
upon lliu llosphorus, ills deeds be
long no Jem lo the ISorlli and South of
our own land than to the remotest Hut
and tho farthest West of our planet,
lie belongs to all; and although with
half-inii'-ted Hngand mourning drapery,
Willi mullled drums mid wre.Uhs of
ivy and laurel, hu Is borne, fi his
pepiilehro upon tho beautiful helglits
nenr our great Metropolis; yet thu
hcriltige of his renown is not their.! nor
ours onlv. It is Hie property of mau
lilnd. Tho Uast melt inlo'tlio Wot
and llic West Into the Kast before lbs
brilliancy. It has no horlou. In
iiveiy army, lu every laud; nye, among
tho linstH of thu silent armies of
our own land which have pre
ceded him to the mi-ecu bourne,
there Is n bivouac of the dead around
his tomb and a cordon of sentinels
keeping denial ward over his glory.
Tho Kpic Mwu has sung of tho licrous
of ihceu elastic and romantle tdiores.
Tiny Is, within tho jurlsitlctloii of tho
Ottoman. Qicecu .slill jieoplos these
InmN, Jerusalem and its holy places
mo not unrealities to us. Here is tho
hlstoiic house of Ilomerlo lieroes.
The I'aynlin and Christian, kuiglitly
Saladins and ehlvalrlo (Jeolfreys, and
nioi o recently Captains of modern
armies luivo met lu deadly encounter
lo aggrnndiso power, rcconslruct liouu
dailcii, gloilfy patilolfsin, or vludieato
faiths. Their deeds 'in majestic e.i
deuco ii-o nud fall' to thu music of lu
cent wiitem, under tho bluest of skies
and the most m itching of n'sociatlons.
Kowheie else have there been snug
hwceler lyiles or grander epics In honor
of men of wnr and men of peace.
Here the Iliad and tho OdyMey rose to
Hie swelling of tho volceful sea, but no
strain of poetry, no burnt of clo.pieucu
hns ever given to tho holy air of Ihu
Orient a name more ruvered, a pilrl
olisni morn exalted, or saerlllces more
jiuio than those which nro symbolized
in tho laiiiel wiealli and civic crown
upon thu dismantled domestic altar of
tho i-oldicr, MntcMunu and man
Ulysses S, (Smut !"
Tho While House us nt pivsent cir
cumstanced, says tho Wiiihinglon cor
respondent of the Kansas City Tim ,
is only it public nlllco or dop.irluunt,
wilh rooms attached, which thu 1'ivii
dent Is compelled to Inhabit, like tho
Morekci'pcr who lives cither up-st.iln
or in the back p irl of Hie shop. There
should bu no "shop" about tho I'icl
deutlal household, lie should have
hlsolllccs and his home npirt, s.i that
Ills life might bu permitted Ihu co'.ll
fnrls nnd nrtviicv whleli run null b.'
inniutuiucil by eullie separation from
business ami its obtrusions. No Cabl
net olllcial or bureau ollleer would
relish living with his family within
the walls of his depai Imeiii. 1'ho cares
of olllcu uic identical with the caivi of
busiiiiss. When a merchaut or busi
ness man closes his day's work he gn"s
to his home, uml it Is the home llfo
which gives him solncu and enables
him to meet the trials of the days sue
(veiling. The I'lesldeni llmls home
life nillicr dilllciill to obtain when com
blind wilh thu Intense jiressuru nf of
tlcial business. In fact, ho has n
hnine and never will have one until It
Is made a separate establishment by
Tlie writer of "Odds nud Ihi'ls" lu
the Omaha Jhc says: "Whun I was In
New York a few days ago, I p.ihl u
visit todicenwood Cemetery, which Is
piobably Ihu most beaiilfful burial
place In the world. .Millions upon
millions of dollars have been spent lu
beautify lug It. It Is a forest of monu
ments. Thu gales lo thu cemetery mil
i-MOO.OOO iilonu. Tho appio.iehus to
tho cemetery are lined on either side
with miiiblo shops, and I venture) lo
say that tho nggregato of monuments
In stock would bo sulllclent to rupl ieo
thu entire number In tho ccmeiery.
Whllo walking through lliu conu'tory,
where 1 spent oyer half a day, I c.iino
upon n inagnlllcent mausoleum of gran
Itu having upon It thunamuof Thomas
C, Diirtmt, I looketl Into thu crypt,
but saw nobody thoru. This cosily
mausoleum wni built by Mr, D.irant
whin he had millions at hi c ifunnud,
but whether he will have enough
money to pay his funeral oxp.MMiM an 1
to have his body phi'vl In a rnV1',
coriespondlng lo tlio magiilllc.'n:'.! of
the tomb Hint is walling for him, re
mains to be seen. It strike i in tint
the enfest way for u mm lo do Is lo dlu
Hist nnd have his tomb built after
wmd. The money Hint Is Invested in
Diirr.iil'H maiiKok".ini might be of groit
hi vice, lo him at present and to his
Thu Washington coircsp'Jiidunl of
the Columbus J)iuteh, writing of tho
stoiy that President Cleveland intends
to lake part In tho Ohio ciimp-ilgn tills
fall, denies the report, ami says: "An
liiteicsllng story Is told hereabout how
he helped to ilecldu iigalust any cam
paign work of this Kort lint fall. Hd
was not In favor of going Into thu Held
im his opponent, Mr. Dlniiie, w.udolng.
but tbeio wciu olheri who insisted that
he might to do co, and how.u tin illy
pietly well peisuaded to make n brief
'lour,' It will be lenieuibered that u
day was ntinouuced for his dupirtuw
fiom Albany for a lour aroun I tho cir
cle, such as Mr. lllnlno was making.
Mr. Itandiill had been all along opmxcil
to anything of this soil, but bail not
crmtitcil upon such sliong persuasion
us had lliinlly been applied to Mr.
Cleveland. Hn had been In Wnsliluz
Ion, nnd had just returned to I'htltvlct
phhi when ho saw an announcement
thai Mr. Cleveland was going to start
on it tour of this unit, Iiu did not ship
for anything, so thu story gous, but
scllug his lint bin rlcd to thu depot nud
took the llrst train lo Albany. Arriv
ing there hu visited Mr. Cleve
land nud those who had been
urging him lo make the trip
nnd Insisted that It bo abandoned, toll
ing them that in bis opinion nothing
could be gained by It, but rather the
reverse. This had been Mr. Cleveland's
opinion all along, but ho had about
concluded to yield to tho piessure of
those who thought otherwise. Mr,
Itandall's marked views and strong
prcK'iilatloti of them, however, aided
him in combatting those who had In
sisted that tho trip ought to bu uridu,
and It was abandoned. Thu result
everybody knows. Mr. Cleveland, it
Is said, is strongly linpiossed with tho
idea Unit had thu tiip been undertaken
tho lesult Mould havo been otherwise,
nud Hint hu would havu been lu Al
bany to-day Instead of hnvlng his resi
lience nt mo wiiito House.
A bill will probably bo lutrotlucoil In
ne.st Congress, says the 'J'liius-Star
coricspondcnt, lo take slops for tho
piiseivullou of AVushlngton's head
quartern ni Yulley Forgo, which, It is
said, is fast falling into decay, and will
without caio soon disappear. Th"
house occupied by Washington ns
headquarters still stands, although a
bundled yems have passed since that
tciiiblo winter in which Washington
and his sulfcring nimy spent mouths
of untold sulfcring there. Although
some additions havo been inado lo tho
building, the oi iginal part, which was
occupied by General and .Mrs. Wash
ington, hns not been nltcicd. A little
wooden porch projects over tho front
door, tin ough which tlio visitor passes
into a nariow corridor, on thu right of
which aie two looms, Thnl in front
is now used as a pallor; that in tho
i car was Ihu General's olllce. A few
tiopblcs, rusty cannon balls, and
hatchets, and uncomfoi table old chairs
and a lounge, mo shown. Hut what
chlctly strikes Ihu visitor is tho shame
ful neglect that is everywhere apparent.
Tlio small garden in front of tlie homo
is overgrown wilh rank and unseemly
weeds. Tho looms themselves are
dirty nnd Ill-kept. A view from the
window in tho backroom discloses
weeds even taller, swarms of Irreverent
chickens, slovenly household utensils,
and a clothes line, on which straggled
the last week's wash. No one would
suppose that this was tlio placu onco
hallowed by tho gi cutest of Americans.
A veiy earnest call Is being made for
its picservatlon, and It is probable that
a moilerale sum may be asked of Con
gress foi this purpose.
Tho story recently told In tho Phila
delphia 'Vi'mici about n falling out bo
Iwccn Commissioner Column nud Sen
ator ltausoin, Is denied by .Mr. Column
emphatically. "There is not one
word nf truth lu ll," ho said to tho
Washington correspondent of tho St.
I.ouls IttpnUicnn: "It Is simply with
out any foundation. Senator l'binsom
has been hero lo seo mo several times,
perhaps, aboul getting places foriieonlu
and, of course, I havo bad to refuse
his requests sometimes, but there has
never been any ill teellng between us
and he never spoke to mo of Mr. Sal
mon. 1 never followed him out utter
ing regiets and apologies. Why, we
lire on the best, of terms and good
f i lends," Tho Commissioner has a
crowd of applicants In his corridor
every day nnd no Senator or lteprcnta
live cuii cull on him without icilllng
Hint he has many limes more requests
for places for their friends than ft is a
pinclleablu possibility to grunt. "IVo
jile have no Idea what a siege there Is."
lie said, "and there seems to bono let
up lo It."
Seoul or 4 nil ot I'loililii Opposcl tn
Ilia' I. a IV.
In n iivent Intenleiv in tlio New Ymk
Trilune rHii.-ttor full of Florlil.1 said Iiu
knew of no rinu'cilcil action for lliu pur
poMi of milking wnr mi frealilcnt f leve
inlnl's pulley nit to lliu nfllces Iiy either Ite-
publleauii or Drmovmls, nnil iloubtel if
null mis Hie ium'. A a fur us lio mis eou
etlliiil kiicli reHirls w ero f uU u. There ill e
a Ktisl many iK'uple, lie unlit, who ilo not
Dirriv iillli Mr. fli'M'luiid, Unit party affil
iation tlioiilil not be iiu element In tlio e
liTltnu ni IVileml ulllrei, nnil itlioilo mil
betleH' nllli lilin ami lilt elvll-aerileo mi
ll. era llut inter uic Inlliii'iR'cil Ii) iibslrHi't
coin liilon nn the tn il(T or any olher
qileatlnli. IVri-uii.il and tncltd relations
lime lm cut liillui'iK'i) with Hie tiMMi-s, a
Mellua ihtmiiihI primped uml the t'liu
illtloii nf tmsliiisui hiuI oilier nutter not
Mini!) the rmilt ot the principle of the
(inleriaiienl. ben local clMiirluiiccs tnc
lnoutllit Into tlie scale, an hi lj)iillau.i, lliu
Olltiome la quite likely In In) u lunro lloldlt
cxpriiMilon of lluisc r-enl liiuiiln lli.in uliere
the W'llcf l men ly aaayi. Scnalnr full
Hoe not aiiprciieiul mill alii nuo liim any
qiinrrel Willi Mr I'leveliilnl In peraon, but
lie lelleie Hie flill N'rilee law to Ihi iiii
eonllliilliiii,il. Know It to lw linpr.iettea
ble nml no tell as, and riiraril It iiaulnun
lugauil a pIiuiii. Ilemi'l.
"I um niwl to any law tli.it ahul out
llw nr loiiim nun of (his i oiiulry. n ho h mi
net litnl lhnportiiiiltyof sisiirlui: nn eilil
eiilhni but hnie ir.iliust prui ileal kliuuli'ilte
of liiiilni'Ni ami fair it'iiiiiuiislilp by h.iril prae
tlitj, froinpiirllilisitloii In tho iiilalr of Oils
(iinirnu'riit In that ilms, men of mmml
JuilKinelit uml Kriinif iitlalrs, sneli ns many
of tlie men iihu haio rl-i'ii to urcalcst I roml
lii IK c in tlilsciiiintrr, by Hiieeesaful inaiiase
mint of pillule iitfiilrs, iiouhl bo exilmUsl
H i mi tln lloifriiincnt to inako plaee for
limiliiiiti' of eolli'Kes anil ot hluh sihool."
l)n m,t bo ilceelvcil; auk for ami takoonly
II. II. Doimlaiis & Huns' Capsicum c'ouuli
Driq s for I'miuhs, Colds nml Soro Throats,
I), b. nnd Trmlo .Mark on every drop,
'AUliiriioy Dairy Wiigim."
Fresh Aldernoy butter, churnod oyery morn
tnc and ilellitred In K lh. "Ward" print, .'Ilo.
pir ft. AUo cottuso cliecso, buttermilk and
uwect milk, Co. per ut, Cream, 13a. per plut.
'j in: ki irAVM ;iti:nn?.'fj
I tin lety glnd tn meet joil, Mr. Cox;
Willi n louil rliuti' I glut Jim, Mr. Cox;
lint mtiI jonrtelf nt cime, lr,
Ai it Inke sonic mmlT nnd ancec, nlr;
I iidtilil lllic to skip nud cut on, Mr. Cox.
Oli, America, I love It, Mr. Cox;
I mi gnat, but not above II, Mr. Cox;
I lml llic climate's healthy
And lliu country's very ive.illliy
(Hi, tl.ut gnld, I'd lll.il mine of II, Mr. Cot.
You dinll Inl(i) tlio plnco of Wallace, Mr.
Hy fr.iulllr.r tuiiiie shall call un, Mr. Cox;
Wo Mill hnui our fun tnotlicr,
Anil Md'll never liihul tlio wenlher,
l'or we'll bale n Imik to haul us, Mr. Cox.
l'lcnsencrcpt llils Jewel rnskcl, Mr. Cnx;
l'i r 1, Abilitl llnmlil, nak It, Mr. fox;
Ilia hill's unpaid I Know, sir,
lint Die bead of him I owe, sir,
Is I ow lulling In the banket. Mr. Cox.
"AYIiy, Itos.i, what alls you lo-thy,
child V You nre shilling lilts Instead
of shaips, you arc playlnj MlnarclH's
Fcnalii In 0 upon Ihu key of G. You
are putting enough chrom ltics for u
whole opera In ouo poor little neons I
Aro you 111 or aru you nslcBpY"
Hoainond Ylllars pushuil back bur
stool, thereby ovcrturnluj tho mtulc
book with h crash over the keys, burst
Into tears, and hid her llushed face lu
the gicat "bow-pot" of roses that old
Alexander I'lrel always kept on the
lamp-shelf nt his piano, n "sweetener
of study," ns ho quaintly phrased It.
"No!" she cilcd. "No! I am not
sick and 1 am not nslccp; but, uhl I
nin so very very wretched! An 1
please, M. 1'lrct, 1 don't know what to
She looked very pretty, this 17-ycar-old
gill, ns she lifted her long-lashed
hncl eyes lo the old niiislo maslor's
wiliicicd face. Hion.c-browii hair full
of burnished gleams, eyebiows like
mlnlatttic arches of brown velvet, full,
red lips, and a skin delicately tinted as
llioneailol a couch slicll, Kosatuoiiil
Yllbus would have inado a lovely
model for some dimpled, dark-cyeil
Hebe. Old M. l'lret was nn artist lu
his way, despite his sixty odd years,
nnd saw all lids as hu stroked down his
pupil's wavy hair with tender touch.
"My child, my child," he said, "I
don't know what is thu matter. Tell
the old father. Conlldo In mo, petite,
for I had news for Hieo when our les
sons should bo complete."
"You havo heard from Cecil, then?"
Hoiunond's face lighted up through
her tents. "Hut oh! It Is thinking
of him that makes mo so misera
ble!" ".My faith! that Isstraugi.'. Hut still
you have not told me. (Jo on. What
islhcgilef that brlntrs tho diamond
diops Into the eyesV"
"It's because wo aio so poor,"
siglud llosamond. "And they can't
wall, papa and mamma, until I get
Hint situation to sing in St. Maiccllu's
choir lo cam a little money. Tlio rent
is duo, and the landlord lias been
twice. Oh! if you only know what a
hard, Insulting man he'ls. And there
nro so many debts potty, gnawing,
giiplng debts and papa 'says that it's
my fault Hint he has to wear a shabby
coat and do without the glnssof claret at
his dinner and the expensive cigar; and
poor mamma says nothing, but sho
dies anil looks wiiu and lic.ut-broken.
Oh! what can I do? What ought I
do? I wish 1 knew some one to advise
"Hut only wait, my child," said thu
old nitui, oddly winking his brows lulo
the shape of the letter T. "How Is It
your fault thai they are poor 1"
"Hecausc of Mr. itlohardson, who
wants to marry me," confessed Itosu
luotid, coloiltig and shrinking Invol
untailly. "Ilo is ileh, but ho is old
oh, nearly ns old ns you are, M. 1'lict.
And his hair is grlv.lcd, and his teclli
aro so wblto and oven that I know they
are not real. Hut he lives In n great
house, and snys he will provide for
papa and mamma and all if only I will
lie his wife! Is it not strnugo ho
should want me, when there nro so
many others, nearer his own ttge, who
would be glad to accept hiiuY"
"Hut, petite, you aro engaged lo my
ou, Cecil, who has gone to tho gold
Holds of Australia to toil for you !"
Hosamnnd's color deepened, her
lashes diooped, as sho played ner
vously with the little jet cross that
liung at her tiuo.it.
"They think I ought to break my
engagement, M. l'lret. They think
Cecil will never return or, If nt all,
not for years! They say 1 ought not
to wait forhis uncertain fortunes."
M. I'iict looked keenly at her.
"And what do you think, Itoso-of-thc-AVoild;"
asked lie. "For, after
all, it is your decision which is losettlo
"Oh, M. l'lret," faltered tho poor
girl, "what um I to doV It is hard to
see those 1 love suffer, when ouo word
spoken by mo would lift the lion giip
of poverty from their hearts and lives.
1'apa says 1 am selllsh even to hcsitnto
a minute. Oh, M. l'lret, do help mo
do counsel me!"
"It might be selllsh," said thu old
mail, slowly, nud still scanning her
mobile features; "it might bo selllsh.
Hosnmond, if it was your own happi
ness alone (hat hung lu thu .scale. Hut
there Is another person who is vitally
nud neatly concerned my son, Cecil!
Hosaiuiind, wrung her hands, whllo
llio spat kling tears cour.seil down her
checks lu torrents,
"Il is so haul!" she ciled, passion
ately. "Yet," said M. l'lret, "I would not
attempt through any feeble eloquence
of mine lo bias your decision. If your
own heart does not illicct you aright
no argument of mine could do so. Go
home, poor Utile Itos.uuoud. Sleep on
It. I'rav out It, and thou decide as you
will. To-moirow 1 will hear your ulti
matum." "Hut you will kiss mo good-by, just
as you u-eil, I'apa l'lret?" pleaded
Itixamond, lifting lur wet eyes to his
"1 will kiss you good by, just ns 1
ItoMiiuoiid Vlllais' homo olfercd no
particular attrncilons upon that rainy
.1 uiii' night, At best ll was but ouu
llnor, In a dreary hnuo which con
ended its character under tho imputing
title nf "l-'icnch Hals." The lire
sulked, the chimney smoked; thu faded
rill pet looked comfortless and worn;
llic table wus spread with no titlciuptul
tlie little iclllieiuenls which muKu cat
lug nud thinking rank among thu lino
arts. Itus.imonil thought Hut thu re
mains of yesterday's lilsh stuw, weak
tea and sour baker's hi cad. had nuvor
scuuctl less tippeli.lug than to-night.
Mr. Vlllais, one of those pretentious
in lists who fancy that because their
pictures do not sell the whole world
must bu in league ngnlust them, sat
momllly beside thu lamp, his feet
stretched nut, to the exclusion of every
one else, his bauds deep in his pockets.
.Mis. Ylllais, a limp fcnialo, who went
through thowoiblwlth uchrouic whluu
ami a perpetual face ache, Involving u
Ibuincl bandage at innsi seasons of tho
year, was sighing over the plcklojar
us, one hy ouo, bin' speared Its contents
with ii folk.
"I'd ii'mosl us soon die ns to live on
this way," sighed Mrs. Ylllars. "Sit
down to your dinner, llosamond iiich
us It Is, I'd havo like to set a good
joint of incut bofoio you, but Ihu
l.iilchcr fiiys, up and down, in plain
rs n pike itair, that until Hint hack
bill's Mlllul he'll trim no furlne.'."
Willi nunpiiiehi'iislve glniieo toward
the linappiiihilcil devolce of nit, Ilosi
inm.d set down and tried to sip a Utile
of thu cold, smoky lea, Hut ovcry
moullifiil seemed lo 'choke her,
"Oh, mother," she said, "1 can't
call Do, mother, help me! Advise
mi' u lilllo. IIciHciubcr, you yourself
wcie young once pciluipu had two
loveis like me !"
"My dear," coaxed Mrs. Vlll.irs, "I'm
sure your duty's plain enough. About
your Inclinations 1 don't pretend to
"And my duty?"
"Is lo obey yo'ur pii cuts and marry
"Then I will, iiiaium.'i," said Ilosn
moiid, convulsively swallowing n gicat
lump In her Ihioai. "I'll nnrry .Mr,
lllcliaiihoti. You can tell him so to
mot low when ho comes."
"That's my own dutiful girl !" cilc.l
Mr. Yllbus, smiling his knee nml half
turning round. "I thotightyou'il cimo
lo your senses niter awhile. Cheer up,
oldlndy !" to his wife, "there's blight
days ahcitd for ns yet, nnd nil owing lo
our lilllo Itosiiinond."
Hut nl dawn, while Hie faint starlight
and the pink Hush of coming sunrise
striiggkd together, llosainond Ylllars
cnino to her mother's bedside, pnlu as u
"Mother, 1 can't do ll!" cried she.
"Nn, 1 can't marry Hint old man when
all my heart Is trlvin to Cecil l'lret I"
Old Alexander l'lret met tho girl ut
tlio dnor with u troubled, Inquiring
counleiinnce, but llosamond ran sob
bing Into his arms.
"If It was the king, with n palncu
full of diamonds, 1 couldn't givu up
Cecil for him. l'ap.i I'lrel I'll marry
Cecil if 1 have lo scrub lloors for n liv
ing!" brculhlesslv uttered she.
"So, so. my lilllo glil, Wen, It Is
well. And now for (ho news 1 kept
back ycMeiilny," said tho old Krench
nuin. "Cecil has inado his fortune.
Ilo is oven now on Ids way back lo lliu
i iiihii ciiues. i uon t Know miicn
about the nlkihs uf those gold-mining
plnces, but il seems Cecil wus wondef
tully lucky In his choice of land. And
whin he comes back, my llosi-of-Hic-Woild,
ho will make you a richer
woman than half a doen of yonder
bald-headed old Itlchaidsons ! Cour
age, my love ! The king nnd the pal
ace of ilinmnnds tiro nigh nt hand !
"Oil, M. l'lret!" gasped Rosamond,
"Is it lenlly hue?"
"As the blessid gospel, my daugh
ter." "Hut why didn't you tell mo yester
"Hi-cause, Rosamond, I saw thai
yesterday your wholo nature trembled
in tlio balance. 1 left ll to yourself
nnd your own soul. If you had elected
to many lliu old suitor your parents
favoied I should have had no pity lu
my heart. Hut God be thanked, you are
ti ue to your own loyal heart. And my
Cecil would have been u rich man this
day If he never hud been tho golden
shoics of Australia .
And when llosamond Vlllars was the
wife of a mlllloiialie her talhor anil
mother wcie forced to own licit bel
ow n instinct hud led her might.
And I'apa l'lret, leleased from tho
dally drudgery of inuslo lessons, was
peihaps, next lo the groom, the hap
piest man in nil Ibowido woild. New
Yoik Dally News.
'lliu Mtulne liiuid will perform tlio fol
low hit; proginiiiine nt tho Maiiuo ll.irracks
this el cuing: l'mitn-lii, "(Ijpsy Life," bo
'llielrc; song, 'Constancy," ltUzl; vulse,
"IMudliiiiUiin," Wuhltetifel ; selection,
"Soicircr," Milllvan; sotn;, "Tlio l'.ibus,"
ratue; collocation, "Crlspluo," Itlccl: me
lange, "In Parlor or Street," sJoua.
'the operations ot tlio chain gang havo
U-eu veiy ilTcitlvo In Kast Washington
this snifon. 'I lie fongtesslonal appropria
tion for tools, wliielhanoHs, tiniiiwajs,
lie., facilitated tlio works of Improvement
cnrrlnl on by tlio com lets, and rapid pro
Ciess lias been iniide. Tliucsllmates of tlio
Dlstrlit C'niiiint".oticrs for tho next llscal
jc.ir will call for an iimiiiipiliitlou for lu
cieaMng tlioseopeofthis work In extending
and linprui lug sheets in Ihuuxti emu eastern
portion of thu ill).
'lhcroYii-ioi-lglit arrests for unlicensed
dogs hi thu Klglith l'i eeluct to-day. In all
ruses except ouu the llu-iiso was proildcd
nnd the ca-e ill-tnl'-scd.
Tlio r.nglnicr ( nniiulslmier lias granted
tlio reqitc-t of tlio Wellington (iaslltrht
C'onipnii) lo lay a ens main ou Ninth street,
Ictweeu 1". uml (! sheets southeast, and tlio
follow bur lesldcnts' requests weru ro
cchedi To hu cllgiito Ihu condition of nl-U-j
iii'iirMxtliuiiil M slreits northeast, and
the gutter on I. stmt, between 1'iftli and
!sltli streets um tlii-jst, and lo lay a sewer
niiilii on Miutii luroiiuu avenue, between
Sixth and Seieulli strict southeast.
Janitor Ptrobel of tlio Jefferson School
building was at the statlou-housotlilsinoru-ing
and pioduccd a license for tlio dog
w tilth is kept lu the school yard, and which
wasrcl'oiled jesterda) to bo nn anno) unco
totho lesidctils In llio ik-lnlly. Ilo said
Hint tho dog was nf tho "bull tenter" breed,
and uol of the annul lug Kind,
The pouudinaster, with tils corps of utile
assistants, made an eatly tour through
South uslilnu'lou Ibis morning and nl
niotl dipopuhitcd Ihu section of tho homo
less canines. Tlio wniron took an euilv
departure with a full load.
Thu 1 1113 leant to u-juesjiit tlio Third Ar
tlllii) i.t Ciuilmoor Im been selected us
follows: Lieutenant II. W. Dunn of Hat
ter) H; Scigcanl Jennings, battery I.; Ser
geant blown, ll.Ulei) II; Corporal I.ocU
wood, Ilnheiv 1'.; l'rliulu I'lillciton, Il.it
Iciyll; I'lIvuto'Kikskltc, battery A, and
l'llvalu I'avanodi, ll.itteiy II. Tho team
will leam for fuediiiooi lo-day, and a
goi il risitlt is cxpiUul as thn members of
late hale been lei) attcutlie ut practice ou
theiiingunt Washington ll.urneks.
Wlllluni 1'iigltt, a saloon-keeper at tho
miner of l'oiu-iiiid-a-h.ilf and 1' sheets
soitthwist, )esleul.i) left yii) collateral at
the police station for I Mating tho Sunday
'ihe woik of icpiilrhig llio damages ot
St. Dotnlnh's Ihilieh will bo carried ou
day uml nlc.hl heteaflei- until thu work Is
eonipbtid. 'the llrst sen ices in thu chinch
will be htld October (1.
Tlie I'iii-IIiiii'n I'lliX.
Cnplalu Sltiiinoiis of llio yacht l'liiit.in
was In Ihlsiil) )iletd.i) to get Ills llccno
us jiilot of a steam laehl, eoiiuteislgned to
lUilhorie him to pilot a sailing vcr-cl. Iu-spictor-lleni
ml Hiuuont granted tholleeiiso.
lint .lo.i ee Itenll.v Wrote.
Tho I'hlladelphhi A' im, which has
noliccd wilh critical Interest tho Into
literal) innhoioisy between Colonel
.lohn A. Joyce and -Mis. l'llu Wbeelor
Wilcox, has ariivcil at tho conclusion
that llic disputed verso as originally
wiittcn is as follows, and that no ques
tion can be raised as to its authorship:
l'laj when tho gang plujs for juu,
Draw If jou diaw alone;
l'or standing put ma) liuist )ou Hat,
A expiiletieii oft his shown,
lllufl, nud thu uieii will call ion,
You know, fnrjim'vn been tliero
Tlio bluipers boiuiit to a inlslugMiiind,
Hut shrink fiom iinlclug fair.
Uii) chick nml men wilt seek )ou,
lioitow, mid the)'l lie sh);
'the) need no noodle who hasn't hoodie,
'lhc)'io hunting no such plo.
Cut iliip wlieii)ou'io not dealer,
'Twill spoil what hu been llxoil,
l'lir u siiiglu pair dealt on thu sqii iro
Is safer lli.ni "tlnees" uniiiKed.
Klik, yet )ou loso )our money,
'Ihu w uitiers never ieciit,
Tlicj'll get cold feet or bent a leheat,
Hut uncliiult) tliei'ionot bent.
'1 hero are cold decks now in w tilting
l'or all who mo not lly.
You ma) drink quite free, get on n peo
It the dealer bus jour ejo
THE VISITORS' GUIDE,
S'oImIm ol' liid'U-Bf In nud Alionl (he
ti e i e Tli r.v A iv, When t n Hue Til em
nud Don (o (Jet Tiiei-e.
Tin- t'.M-ciiliio ll.-iiwlmi,
'llio ins! 'ciiru nf Um I'rosld -lit, kuoivit as
tlio White House, Is on Pennsylvania
nvcliue, west of tlm Truumiry building.
II Isieaihiil by tho Annuo rtroel ears,
'thul'.iial mom uf tho Mill-loll Is opjti
to lsllors eiuy day oxieplHuu lav,
'Ihegroiuidsnro tastefully laid out with
walks, liees, sliiiibbery nml fmuilaliM,
Upon tlio lot liimii-dhilily south a cott
ier!, npiit to Ihe publlc'l given every
Saturday eietiltig during thu smuiiur
am! catty full, fiom o:.XI to 7 o'clock,
by thu L'nltc'l Males Miubiu lliml.
'flic Kiipivinc f nui'f.
'll.o Puprinio Court of the United Slates
occupies ti loom ou tho eastern sldu of
thu eoiiiKclhig building belweeu thu
rotunda and north whig uf Ihe Capitol.
It Is I try utiiistciitalioiis In Its furni
ture ami nf limited seating ciiptclty.
It wus formerly used as tlio .Senate
'Ihu Department of iluHco Is open overy
day, except Sittiila
except Sunday, finiu u n. tu, toil
p. ni , nml occupies Iheiqipci- Hours of
ll hilL'i) Selieciiilniio biilhllng on I'elill-
s(ilvaiilanvcmic, between rifleetilh nnd
I Ifleeu-ntid-n-lialf Glreel uorthireil.
Tho ptlmlpnl object nf lnleiet Is tho
gallery nf paintings nf the Atlinneys
(lineralof llio I'ullid Stairs, which Is
lu thu Atlotne)-(leneral's olllec.
Tlie A(lleilllel Hililge.
'Iho Aqnedttct llrldgo crosses tltr l'oloinae
fiom thu foot of llrldgo sheet, West
Washington, nml connecting wilh tho
nnd tn Arlington and l'orl Mrjer, ou
thu Virginia hank.
I'oi t Mr)erlssltiiiilcd lu Virginia, a short
distance northwest of Iho Arlington
House. 1 1 Is now n station for lustrue
Hon uf olllccis and men In the Signal
Sen leu of thu at my.
Thu Arlington lloitso nnd National Ceme
tery (open tu iNllors eicry day) aro
situated ou thu summit ot a hill on thu
Vbgluhi shorn ot thu Potomac, nfToid
Ingnti excellent iliw ot Washington.
It Is about four miles from tho Capitol
ncios tliuAqiiediietliildgc. Tlioeemu
tcry eoiuptlsc about 'M acres and thu
bodies of tii-ni ly 111,000 soldiers ftotu
the buttle flihls of Virginia nud thu
hospitals ut tho Capital hciu upose.
The A:;ileiil(niiil Deiiiiitineiil.
Ihu Agilctiltiu.il Department Is between tho
Washington Monument nud Smith
soiihui Institution, near Twelfth street,
ou Hie Hue of the licit l.luu cars. It
is open dally, except Sunday, fiom 11 n.
ni., lo .1 p. ni. It contains u museum,
seed uml specimen looms, etc., nml Is
siiirnuiidul by giotmds containing rare
Tlie llntiinli'iil 4'iii-ili'iis.
Tho llotntilcal (luiili-ns are open dally from
tl a. in. to l! p. tu. They ato situated
ut the fuot of I apllol Hill, facing I'ctiu
sjlvanlti avenue. Tho object of llio gar
den Is cx'pciliuc'iitul Inlloiicultiirc, pub
lic Itifuiinutlon uml thu illstrlbiitlou of
nuo plants. Tho dUpoIUon of tlio eol
bctlon Is accotdlng to n geographical
dlshlhiitloii. Theshlctly hoplc.il plants
occupy Iho iciitnil conervutoiy, and
thou of a senil-hoplcal nature ato
placed In tho west luugu and wing, nud
nil Indigenous to coiiutilcs lying to
il aid the South Pnlu nru in thu east
rangu and wing. During the summer
tho haidic'st plants hi boxes aru ranged
ou cither side uf the uialii walk, and
contribute nutciliilly to tho beauty of
Iho garden. In tho centre ot the lawn
facing tho consctvatnry Is llio llar
lltohli fountain, which was cvhlhltc.il at
tho Centennial Dvpovltlon'Jn Itj'il. Tho
fountain, In full play, pic-,'cuts alic.uitl
ful elTect, especially when rellcellug
the rn)s of thu sun.
Mount Vcmon Is situated on tho 1'otomic
15 miles below Washington. It can bo
rtached dally except Sunday by thu
Minuter W. W. Col eoran, which leaves
Seietith sheet wharf at 10 o'clock a. in.
shaip, rclurulng nt II:. ill p. in. Tho
mansion Is situate ou and eminence
oicileokhig Iho rlicr and Is open to
visitors. Near thu foot of the Incllno
which lends lo the house uro thu tombs
of (Icotgo Washington and his wife,
Martha, llcfotu leaching them the
lulus ot the old mult, which oilglnilly
contained tho leiualus uf Washington,
nro pointed nut by tho guide. .Meals
lull bu obtained on the grounds.
Siiiuri-is, Circles uml Slutucs.
Ill addition lo tho ground attached tn tho
nubile buildings there aro n number uf
beautiful sqtiaics and cltcles lu thu city.
J..IV ll kttb squ.iur.
facts tho White House, on I'emisjlv.mlj
avenue, between rifleeii-and-a-hatf and
Slxtceu-iind-n-hnltshcets noilhwcst. In
thu emtio of tills square Is Clark Mills'
equestrian statue ot (icneral And low
Jackson. Itl3coloss.il anil cost folMMO.
Is on Vetinont iiveuue, between I nnd K
streets northwest. Tho paik Is laid out
lu coucictu walks, wilh shady tieesuud
fliiulilierv. In llio centre Is thu brmuo
(.taluo of Miijor-denerid James II, Mc
lieison, which cost JirsKI, nud was
eiectedb) tho Army nf the Tennessee.
Is on Iv street, nt thu Intersection of Seven
teenth street. Tho walks aro beauti
fully laid out uml shaded, lu tho cen
tre is tho colossal brono statue of
Dai id (!. I'urrugut, llrst Admiral of
thu United states Navy, executed by
Mis. Yitinlu llcnm Hoxle, Wushlugloii,
1). C, Ilsso, by ottlcr of Congress, at a
cost of JO.IHX).
which lies ut thu ho.nl of rour-and-half
street, between rourth and l-'lflhstrects
nortliv-est.ls one of tho liugct lu tho
city. 'Iho south portion I occupied by
tlio City ll.tll. Tlie new Pension build
ing, wlietu the Dcniocritllc luiugura
tlon ball was held, Is now In catirso uf
elect Ion ou the not tit side uf this
on No"- York nveuiio soulliwost of tho
Stale Department, Is tastefully laid out
with walks, shady trees, shrubbery and
ilk-tie fountains, lu thu centre ii tho
hruiizuMntuuof (Icneral John A. Hand
lings. Il was erected in IS7I uml cost
nt tho iuterscclloii of .Massachusetts and
llliodu Islnnd inclines, contains thu
hionzustutuoot (icneral Wlnllehl Scott.
Thodenenil Is rcpieseiited In tho full
uniform uf hi lank, mounted on n
wnr charger, at rel, and aurvujlng
thu Held of battle. Tho stones forming
Iho pedestal are Iho largest ever qu.ir
ilid hi this coiuiti). 'Iho total cost
w ns ''.'0,000.
on 1 'ust Cupltul stteet, una uillo cast of tho
Capitol, I piettllylald out. lu thu cen
ho stands thu biotizo group entitled
"Kmanclpatlon," repiescnttng Alira
bum l.lnenln, tho sixteenth l'lcshlout
of the Unllcd Stales, standing by a
monolith and holding in bis right baud
tlio pioelauuitlou ot freedom. A slave
Kneeling nt his feet with mauaeloi
luokeu, Is about to ilo The MiIu'j
was elected by tho Western Sanitary
Commission of M. Uml, Mo., nut of
llio fluids cuuhlhutcd solely by emanci
pated cttUen of the fulled Status,
ilccl.ind fle-e by the pi'oclam.ittuu of
January 1, 1MS1.
s situated nt (ho Intrrsivthm of Connecti
cut, Massachusetts nud New Hamp
shire inclines and Nineteenth nn I P
strict a northwest, lu it Is tho st'ituunt
llenr-Adinlrul S. V. Dupont In heiolo
bionrv. Us enst was 17,'JJO, erected
by tho (iuieriuneut.
Ulctween Thlrteenlh iiiul Fourteenth audi
and K tt reels northwest, This 6quaro
piiuiiiisid bv the (lovernnietit lu
in crilcr lo sei llle eonllol of a linn
spring, Ihrwatd fiom which Is still used
for tlilnkltig puriwisr at tho Exr"ii
tlvo Mansion, 'the squste Is plmit"d
with n pleasing variety uf ornamental
tins and shrubs.
at tho liitrrai'rtloii nf M.i'It!iih'II. mil
Mnrjliind nvetiues uurthenst, ciuitaliis
Ihe iiihissal broiuo eipieslrluu still tie nf
Majordeiiernl Nathaniel diec-liu, which
w isuiMiTov ctitci i:,
Bt Twrnly-tlilrd slnrt ami rcnnaylvniil.i
nldini' iiiitthwcsl, rntilaltis Iho" equeH
Irliui sliilue nf (Irnrrnl (lisirao Wnsh
limlon Iiy Clark Mills, cmtitiitt a eot
nf ffiOjCoO. 'Ilicninlun was cast out of
guns doiiuteil Iiy fiiiigreaa.
I.t TIII'.U I'l.lt-li
Is tho ttnall spiiee- tn the soulb of Iho Mu
uinilnl laillieriiu Churrti, near Ihe cor
ner of I'oiirlielilh street and Maamirliu
sells aveiiuo inn tiniest. Thcro Is tho
stalno nf Martin l.ullier, iteeltsi by
Iho I.ulhcr Slntiio Asandalloo, lit euiii
moinoiulliiu of the IllUlh nnnliersiiy of
hlsbblh. II cost jr.JXlO.
Is nt the Intersection of Massachusetts nud
Veimoiit uiciitii's nml roiirleetilli
street. It contains thi'rqtlc-strl ill bi-nnzu
statue nf (leiteral (I corgi' II, Thomas,
elected by tho Aiuiv uf thu Cumber
land til u cost uf t-.",0,i))0.
rilOIT,SOIt IIUNIII'S STITIUI.
Situated about SOD feet noilhot tho wps
whig nf Iho Smithsonian Insllliilloii,
facing south, Is Ihu hrntiru slnlttu of
Pinfessnr Jnsepli Henry, llrst rwvntiiry
nf thu Smllhsiinhin Institution. Tho
slalue, which wus uiivelleil In lH.Mil, was
rreiled by the (luveriiiuent nt acostof
Tin: mausiiii.i. sr.iTUi:.
Nenr the foot nf thu Capitol building Is Ihu
brnii70 sliiluu of John Maishall, fourth
fhlif Jurtlio of tho Culled Slates.
It cost ' 10,000, and lepiesents tho sub
ject i.h Milled hi lilsgoMUunduxpotind
lug the law.
Tin: i-i:.ici: mosl-mhnt.
Nc-ur the western riitrnuco of thu Cupltol
grounds Is Ihu Monument uf 1'eaoc.
It was ikslgnid by Adinlnil Porter
nnd elected from sulwcilptlon slnrled
by him In tsi'i.. It cummc-moralcs Iho
olllec-rs, seamen and marlues who fell
iliubig tho late war. It Is In marble
nnd It cost 'J 1, 000. Tho ptslcstul and
platform, costing fSD.OOO, weiopuld for
out of an appropriation by Congress.
(ircciintiKh's statue of Washington, rrpro"
sentlug lilm In u Itouiau toga, Issltuatid
In thu park al thu east front of the
Capitol. It cost f 1 1,000, appropriated
Iiy Congress. In front nt the City
Hall, at tho head uf l'our-ainl-ii-li.ilf
ttiict, fadng pimth. Is the marhluslntiie
nf Ahruham Lincoln. It was erected in
lMill by Congiess and cost $15,(XIJ.
The Treasury Department, on I'lfleenth
street ami l,enn)lvaiil.i, avenue, Is u
three-story building of lirecl.ui Ionic
iitchltecttiie, with basement nud sitb
basenieiit, -IliS feet in length uml iii) I
feet lu width. It Is open dally, except
Sunday, fiom '.) a "m. to -J p. in.
Hliilc, Win- iiii.l "Viivy.
The Flatu Department building, which In
cludes also tho War unit Navy Depart
ments, Is situated west of tlio White
House and Is open tn the public dully
fiom ..".() it. in. to U.iiO p. m., except
ing on 'I hursdii), when only member
nf llio Dlploui.iile I'uips uro admitted,
nnd Snlurd.i)s, when, dining Iho ses
sion, Mimbcrs of Congress only nre
The liiti-i-lm- Hepnilinent.
This building, better Known from the pur
pose for which It was originally creeled
us Ihu Patent Oilier. Including also the
Indian Om'ccuud (Icneral Land Olllce,
lies bctwicii Seventh and night h and
and (1 slnels northwest, and Is open
dully, except Siinda), from '.) a. m. to
il p. m.
The 4'ciicriil I'lislotllee.
Tho (Icneral Poslnlllce, standing directly
opp()ltu the Patent oniee, botweeu K
mid 1' street, Is ncu tn tho publiu
dally from 11 n. in. tu ',' p. in. The build
ing 1 of Coilnlhlanntchlleclure, and Its
itectlon wash egun in IS)'.).
The Army .lledleal Iiihciiiii.
Iho Army Medlcnl Miteiuu, origin illy a
chinch nml subsequently known ns
Turd's Tltealie ami nude luemoiiihlu
b) lliu iissussliiutlou uf I'lesldent I.lu-
cnln, is situated nil lentil street, bo
tMccn H nnil I' streets, ami is occupied
bi the buigcnn-deneral. It Is a pluco
of great historic Interest nnd open
nery day except Sunday fiom ll a. in.
lo ii p. in. Thu house directly oppo
site, No. nil! Tenth sheet, Is where Mr.
Lincoln was taken after bonus shut and
whole he died the next niotulug,
The Xuvy Vm-il.
The Navy Yard Is situated ou tho Anncostlu
nt the teimlnits uf Kighlh street south
east, and Is leached Iiy the ems uf tho
Washington .t (korgctnwn Hallway;
nlsn by the hcidlts. It Is open every
da) except Suiidai from 7 a. tu. to sun
set. Near the Niivy Yard gate, on Iho
east sldu of I'.lglilh street southeast,
uml between (1 and 1 streets, uiotlie
Mmlno H.irrucks, open during thu
Tlie Smltlisiiiiiliiii liiHtlliillim.
The Smithsonian Institution nmlNation.il
Museum, nbjcels of great Interest to
nil shuugers, uro situated in thu Smith
sonian giouuds which occup) fi-JJ neii's,
extending fiom Seventh lo Twelfth
sheets, and fiom 11 shei t north tn 11
sheet south. ThoSuilthsniii.iu grounds
proper, nn which the buildings uio lo
cated, consist of Maries set apart In
thu southwest comer of the main res
el intloii. They uro open dully from
tl a, in, to I p. III.
Thu U. S. HiiiracKs, formerly thu U. S,
Arsenal, npin fiutii sunrise to sunset,
occupy a leiel tract of laml bordering
on tho I'ototnac, twelio feet nbovo
high iinler, al Iho exttemo southern
pulnt of the eitv. It Is nccesslblu by
llio Seveiitb and Ninth street cms. The
giuuuds 1110 beautiful!) laid nut, and eu
triirt Ihiougli massliu gules swung on
bciivy guns. Tho garrison conlts of
fuot and ll)itig biitteiles, which tli 111
cieiy morning. An open-air eomeit
is glieu by the Thlld Attlllei) Hand
on Monday, Wednesday and l'lldai
afternoons of caeli week, from ,V:i) to
li:!!0 p. in. Dies parade nei) even
lug nt sewn o'clock. The tu igazliie
1110 un (lie Aiiacuslla. (iii.ud mount
I.iiieiiiment t'eiotliig O.ll 'e.
Tho (Juiernmetit Prliulng Olllce uml Hind
cry Is situated on tho suittliwest r.inu r
uf 11 and Nuilli Ciqiltol streets, and
may bu reached must eunvenleiitli In
thecals uf the Columbla-M reel lljHiiui
II is open to ilsltors from s a. 111 In "i
p. in. and Iho entrance is mi Ninth
Cm ennui Art (-inllcr.i.
Tlio Corcorun Alt (iullei) is mi the north
east cuiuer uf jM'wntcriith slreid ami
l'enus)laiila inn. ue It I open from
Octolertu May fnmi 10 a.m. tn 1 p.
tu and at other season fiomUn. in.
tu t 11. in., Tuesda.i. Thursl.ivs nnd
On "tliiudai. Wmbiiwhijn ami rildajs
tin adiiilssliiii fee of tiventy-llve cents
lsihsigid. Saturdays bilng freo days.
Oak Hill, fieorgetuwn, Is open from sun
rise in unset every dny, except Sun
da) s and hulidais. It Is reached by tlio
Melropulltiin and l'etins)lvanla aivntiu
cms. Tho Congressional Ccmelrr),
openeiei) lti , except Siiiuluv, Is acres
sfblo to wltlilu thu dltancu"ot half 11
mllo by thu l'vmisilvauln iwenuo ear
and lliu hciille. It i un thu banks of
tho Anueu-.Uu. Uncle fieek feiuilery
open eiei) do), except Sunday, I
leached b) Ihe Seveuth-slreet ears. The
Natlunal Military Cemetery lie east
uf lli'i-l. Creek and adjoins the Soldleis'
lluine. (ilcnwood fenietcry, ut tlio he id
of l.tueuln avenue, Is one mile nud
u-hiilf north ot the fupllol nml leaclied
fiom tho Columbia Sheet Kallw.iv.
Mount Olivet Ceiuelei) Is on llio Hue
of thu Columbia htrnpIKc, half 11 mile
north nf tlio eastern terminus nf the
Cnluiuhl.l ltallwa) (Imceliiudl etneteri
lies ut tho terminus of the I nluiubl.i
Strict Hnllwii) east.
s'o eminent I limine Am.vIiiiii.
The (iuli riiineut llospltnl for the Insane Is
sltuntiil on thn high rldgo ut tho con
lliu I te nf tho l'otomnc nud Aincostl.i
rtiris, ami Is necesslblc lo wltlilu thu
distance of ouo mile by llio I'enttsyl
mum an line ears nud tlio A uncostly
and I'olnmuc strrct rnllwny. Tliegeii
mil ilsllltigil.i) a are Wednesdays from
'J (n (1 p ni . and the nsiltim Is open to
fill mis uf Ihe liiinutis eveiy day except
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
'pin: vr.nv iit:sT iirsiNiiss punmadb
a Mini ny an
Si ml 7 'J cilia
stain) s for sum-
Iiiplon l-honecrnphlo llcailotinrlcrs, Washln2-
COLORED TISSUE PAPER,
Una Tar Moth Paper. Paper nnd Knvelopej.
7oh and HOii U St. Northwost.
FOll ENOHWliU AND I'KINTKD
FBEE'B. 1013 P BTi
llstnntirl rillCarrta, 'Ji KKI Printed air Is,
ft. Uptiosltu (ibbltt liounn.
Buy Your Books nnd Stationary
CARPETS AND FURNITURk.
S15 Bevontb Street.
And Upholstery Materials.
Carpet, Furniture, Building. Dra
pery and Upholstery Warerooms.
W. 1Z.- HOEKB,
jiAHiir.T sp.n:. :tos & mo 8th t. n. w.
t2-'nil(Ill 1'i-lir.c 7.,tfl.jM
Tlekcts only J.1 bhares lu I'n)itloii.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
h, lift lift tiy 'frlify thrit ivf uttper rlM th ar
laitittiitntit fin ull Oif UnntlJij tin'l bnttl hi
ltllll JlKlllllifJ tf the LmlinlftHfl SllU fo)t r'l
( fluidity ttittl in iisoi tnan,ig ttivt rontwl ts
ItHiiiiuy thtmnh"t, ami that the mm" Hie ".
tlm ltd tilth hiHftty. fttlni' antt blfool faith
tottaitl all jittitUt ami at attthial:e th (Awi
lanytu tie this mil tlrtile wVkfaeiilmUt of
vnr lgttatttits ttltachul. It) itu atctitltHiiitnti."
InenriKirated In 1Si;s fur ta years by tho
Legislature for liditcntloual nnd Charltablu
purposes, with a capital of 1,000,(100, to which
u leseriu Hind uf uier SViO.uoo has slncu been
lly unoicrw helming popular yoto Its frail-ihl-o
Musinuiieaii,irt nt tho present Muto
l-iinlltutliiii, mbipled December -.', A. I). 1SPJ.
'Iho only Lullciy eier loted on mid un
dorsid by ihe imiple of any State.
IT MATH Sl'AMIS Oil POSTPONES.
ltstitnml sltiL-lo Number Drawings tako
AFl(iidld opportunity to win a fortune.
NlntliCruiiil liruwliig, (lass I, in tho Acul
i my of Music. Now Drlcnns, Tuesday, Septem
ber H, lKss-lMlh Moiilldy Hrawing.
Capital Prize, $75,000.
irn.reil Tli kets nt Plvo Dollars Knch.
l'racllotis. In l'lftlis, In proportion.
l.ivr OP l'KIZKS.
j capita', l'ltizi: s..oio
V J Zrt,crim
1 dii ilii -!Vl
1 do iiu lD.UJ)
a piitzi'.si or jii.ooii U.0M
ft do a,ixi lu.nx)
10 do 1,(H) 10,0,))
;ai do wm 111,(11
ICO do -WO -.M.llr)
SCO (III 110 -vi.oixi
BOO i!o .VI i0Y)
1,100 ill) Si gl.OOO
fl Appioxlmatlun Prizes u( $T.V) n.7.10
tl do do .'sh .. . L'sia
9 do do SJO . . .'.-.W
Anplloullim lor talus tn clubs should bu
inutle only to the oflieuof tho I'otntninylu New
I'ur further information write cleat Iv, glvliu
full uililtess. po'A, NO l'i:-, I'.xirets,
Jliiney Oiilirs or New Ymk Kxchango lu or II
miry fettir Ciiitincy by llxpiess (all sunn of
ta ami iqiwuuls ut our vxi'ii-e) ti hlresseii
Male 1'. 0. Money Urders I'ayallo and
Address llcgisicrcd lellcrs lo
NEW OIII.l'AXS NATIONAL HAN1C,
Now Oilcans, Li.
I.0U1IANA NATIONAL HANK.
N w Orleans, I-i.
STATU NATIONAL HANK,
New 1 irluins. La
OXILMAMA NATION M. H VNK
New (iiu an, Li,
Schlilz's Milwaukee Lager,
1111 III M IX llll. DISTIiKT
SAMUEL 0. PALMER, Agent,
l.-.'l IWIMIXIM-H s,r NOltTllWHsT
1 uffi 1 id I. r more than llvo years with lu
digest Inn. si to 1 rly ulilo to retain tlio slmii'csi.
Im si on tny htiunucli. Tho burning sons.i'ion
was almost lutuleiiible. iiudmv 11 lioic system
wusilcrunged. 1 was wakeful and eouUini
sleep, uml consequently inoiu or los nen .(
nil tlio time. 1 diellned In Hush nnd urTm
nil Iho usual deprusslon atteudaut uiwn tin
tcirlbludl-cnso. In 11 word, I was ml uribi
At last, fulling to tlndiellef In unythliui-ls
comincneed the usoof (swift- s peel lb 10
gnn tolmpinient nnco. '1 ho medleiin turn
up the stomal h, strengthened the dluestli
pan nud soon ull thai burning ecu- d .1 '
could retain food without dllllculti x .11
lioaltli is good, and run cut mi)tbiui: b ,
shnpo of food and digest It without the sliei
est dlfllculty. I most cheerfully buui itu 1
tlinouy, because tiiere 1110 hundreds sud, 1
us 1 w as. nud I nin vire they can bi- as 1 , u
hculcd, Tukc Iho pi escribed dosu 1 '.
lusleiid of before.
No lll'i i
Atlanta, (la , Xlay 13. lHb3.
I'm siilob) ulldrugulsts.
Treatise on llluod and skin Dl-e Ii "
Tun S u'T si n mi- Co , Drawer J, Atlanta
Cln. N.X., ir7 WMd t
Hui lug Ileeently Vlltwl Up n
Photo-Eugraving Establish .nsi v,
lliii'tmecllon wlthiny PATK.NTPH' '
tun irepiued to pttriilsh
LLl'sTHATlO.NSj AT NEW YOHIi PI.
lTiuti'KrapliliiK on Wood for the I '
118 EH-VL'NTH STUEUT NOUTIH I '1