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T1IR WASHINGTON OIUT.C!, FRIDAY KYKNMXO, SHI'TKMIJKlt II, l.
FnWnl C3SR cf a Ctel SI in.
1 1 011(1 nctetl n fearful ctno n f b'oid i ll tin In
18KI, I wiilronlirt ii Mimiiuf Ih.ilimt p'iv
shlnns In Allmitu 'ihov usudlheol InenatlK
tf V(niir mill I'nlii-di whli li li i ulit oi
ll 1. 1. li iiIViii imil liupilrod my ilUu.luru m
ml n hvuy Joint In mo w issuollo.i hi I full
il in n VI hi li I win iilrni up lu ilio, my
llilKlilnnr tliimulit II would lw li noil II in
tn tel (In virtue of "Wirt' iiw lllo Whim I
romininml liikiii s - 'In pbv.lclin stl I
I timlit Mil iho mo wicks mi lor tin- urli
lifttr trrntinitd "i . niiiiiiiin ml In el i mi
tlin itidlelnc bi. i h .n'Mirilliii.' iiullrui'lio H,
vvhleh I iniiiliiiitil fur i' ei.il n intlH, Hint
tintliliut cIm) imil comment e,l In Improve fro ii
llic very Crst Moon thulheainitlsin left.ni!,
nv niivlttoliiiainciill nulil, nml tli ulcui-.
which tho doctor said wet u tho most frbrhtfill
lo Imil overseen. In' i in In liit il. ami by tin)
Istol October, tits I, I vv n u ul mvn nciln.
1 nm Btrimirrr now (Inn I over wh bcfoio,
nml weil-di iiKiro. H, a. fi. has tared mu fru n
I em MeClirMon has been In Iho omplnro'
ll.i' ( lii' I'uilu) iiitnpinv fur oini yum,
nml I know I hu tibuvu .tnioinotits in he trim
At tho tlmo lio In it in ttiklmr Hsvlfl ipi'i-lil j
lie wns In u hnrrtblu condition I re." ml his
W. II ( IIOSIIV, Mnmirer.
Chess Carlo) Cii . Atlanta Division.
Atlanta, (In. At rll IB, 188"..
1'dltor of "ISoallli iin.l Home,''
At his onicc,
No. 723 Twolftli Street.
OfPco Honn, 10 to I nml 0 to 8 p. in.
CREAM BALM mgm&W.
OlounHCH Iho I
Head A 1 1 u yM
InltnitiaiH t lorn
of TnMc, II ear
ing a nil 8 mull
A quick Kullcf.
Clll'AM llATvr has pilned anonvlablo
rcputnt Ion, displacing nil other preparations.
A pnitlolo Is nrplleil Into each nostril; no pain;
nercenlilo to uso. Prleo r0o. by mull or at
drum-lsts. bend for circular. ELY 11U03.,
DriiKKi'ttei, Owi ko, N. Y.
r? li rTk rrm nr-t ttk
IlttMI 1IY1 lU-lt ATkli'nr f inullirnllmTirii.lr.tw n
I c n t -fl
causing 1'rematnro Vccny.tst nonAlr.l'lily, 1 oil
BUnhooil, AchiiTltK; trml In lain cirry knoirn
which hn will nn. 1 HI 1. InliU fcllo"-Mirf'T0li'.
ulJcu,J.U.lll,LS 1 W.UOlillliniubt. .(uwl'ork.
r t rt J ia, turt fur.
i ITCHING PILES ."
A NEW UISCOVER'f.
Immeillato relief for Colli In tho He.ul, Soio
Now. Catarrh, o. lOo. a bo. romaloby
Artificial Stone Paving; Co.
Office, 1418 New York Avenue.
Artistic and Fino Work in Cemont a
Our Skilled Workmon lay tho following
Sclilllenoer'ft Patent, Best Granolithic
Asphaltum, Artificial Stone.
Kitchens, SMewalkn, Ktnbloi anil Collars
lulil with neatness anil promptuods.
Owners ol property uro notillnd that they
will bo held reiponlblo for InfrhiKcmenH of
thin patent, Iho United Stales Courts for tho
District of Columbia halo recently enjoined
II. L Cranford and tho Coinmlsslom rs of tho
District of Columbia fiotnlu)lne this pivo
ment, All artificial Mono paicmonU other
lion that laid under tho patent nro worthless.
TeH phono Call l(V7-Q.
Yi'yckoff, Soamans &. BonaUict,
Wftlilni(tin lllllce, Cor, Utli una l'Slii.
Ticiillnc rcnrirctl rtrtsi&th, ur uliu utTi.r Truiii
luUrniHKn luctuliir to tnilr tix. nuoulil irr
rrwrt Pfl TP.1 'SM?iK
$$ mm i
Till mMlclnn comblnrB Iron Mlth puro Toof tabid
lumen, and Id inviil lal le fur DiHeawi peculiar to
yiuicuanil nllifholiimt neilentary Uvea It Ku
rtclirN anil Purlllen thn llluml, MluiiiliiteH
tlui Aiii tile, MrciiKilieiix lli.i niunrlru and
ISrrvi " In tact, thoruuk'luy ln Junriitct.
It tUrOj not blarkon tbu teeth, causa huadacho, ur
rnxluco ionstlpatloii-i(l itAer ttvn MtJtcimt tin,
lln l'nzinETiI llAimi, TH'nn.cll Avo , Mllnau
Km, Wli.tnjB umlir ilato"Il)cc, Suh lMli
'I liam uaed llrowu's Iron Ilittera, anil it haa 1 eon
momtlian ailocttir to nm, bavlnir cureil moif Ilia
KiiaknorialAdJerlliavein llfu. AUirnriKl muni UV;
fir Onici hint, and now my compleilnn ta ilear aud
tood. llaa been beneficial to my chlldien" H
Oennlno haa itboTe trado nark and rropwil red llnoa
onwrapiier TiiUci no nlber. Mado wily by
IlItOMN (111.11 UIAI, (I.,I1VI.TI51(UM', Jill.
JaniFfl Hand Hook useful and attracthii, con
talniiiK hut if pnzoa fr r ns i iiea, tnf nnatlnn about
mliirt elo ulieit Away b altilnalera In inndiclni), or
toalled ti any add.eaa ou receipt of So, atamp.
.V Vv USA. I
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'OIMCS OF TUB DAY.
M1.MI1 Of Mil: UICII WtlUI'.V IS
. A'-iiiMrniN ami i:t,si:.viii:itr.
KICQ WIIiLABD'S HOMA.NOD.
I X-KI.NA Hilt Tll.VVI'.tl'S (MMNKIV
!' SIINA'UHI HVAllIW.
LOOATj FASHION 1TOTJ3.
itfiui) 1'coplii Hi tnriilliK I'liini IlinSuin.
It h slntcil, tlpnn the niitlimlty of a
jfrtitlimiiii of considerable local pro ill
lit ncv, wijh tho Mllwitttkiio Hceninj
Wiftonsin, that .MNs Tinncm U'lllir.l,
tlic noli il tctiipurniico spcikur, his tlto
followliiL' lnlcrculliif; lovo" story cjn
ntcliil wilh the hlntory of her life: It
It) rlnlttl tlint nt one time she was e.t
pnjtid to IHsltop l-'owler of tho Muth )
(list (.lunch, hut that Iho enaoinent
amis Innkcii olt by her tor icmsoih bun
known to heiself. Jllshop To vler,
thin iiyotinp inlnlsl-r, attenvanl mtr
iltd nnothei huly. As tlnio ptiil on
his wife ill id, and then, tuiu to his Unit
loc, ho pioposed to Miss Wlllard
npaln, but was niilii lefused. 'Phi'
Mlailof time ico1mi1 once moro mid
lv. .Mi. l'owlcr niarrled a n-eoud
time, but the anjel of death visited his
home once mote and ho hurled his
siior.d wife. Again, tine to his first
loe, ho l etui nod to .Miss Wllliu.I mid
iiniwul bis (iolldtallons for her lbtml
in wedlock, hut the la ly would not re
lint, and with nn nsperlly piobibly
prilnc.il by agoiilieroiected hlsoverturoj
to cinbaik on the lii.itiluioulul Hliln,
and told blui when hIio got retly
to nun t y she would will a man
who had Botuo brnlni. Time wrouiht
a nntnbir of ihamjes a'.tln,
and the minister became tlto pretldeitt
of the KiiitliwcMoin Unlvenlty at
Innston, and JHss Wlllard was 'then
the preceptress of the ladles' den it t
ment, when hci whilom suitor bui her
k mined fiom her position. Jllss Vil
lntd is now one of tho most noted of
tho lady tenipirance advocates, while
tho licv. 3Ii. l'owlcr is a bishop lu the
Alcthodlst Church, nml is located on
thal'iidllcRiODC. As was said before,
tbise iniidentB in tho lives of two
tatliir noted poisons nio given on the
mithoiity of a reliable gintloinnn lMng
In the cltv, who Is acipialntel with
fikndsof .Miss Wllhitl.
"Carp" lias written up almost every
otltcr subject, and now turning his at
tention to rich women, says: Here at
Washington we have few ilch wldo.vs,
jirs, Craig Wndsworth of New York
has a lino home on Massachusetts ave
nue, and she is said to bo wot III a mil
lion Mis Alexander Il.iy is the wnlo.v
of a millidiiidie miller whoso Horn Is
well known ooi the United States, and
Mis, Mer, whose husband w.n chief
of the Signal Sen Ice sonic time befow
ho died, is woilh at Icats a million dol
bus Mrs Admiral Dahlgrcen, who
wrote the much ctltlcUcd book on
Washington soiiety a year or so ago,
has seviral line houses in the i.ishlou
able iiart of Washington, and Mu
John O. lAnus, tho widow of tho hto
lirisldent of the Mutual Union Tele
irr.inh Coninanv. owns a meat deal ol
Washington leal estate ami has a good
income. Philadelphia's woiltlilest
widow iaMis. John li.iy llttlon, who
is w oi tli 7,000,000 which sho inheilted
fiom bcr fathci, I)r John Jtii'li Tom
Scott's widow is wortli iJI,000,OOJ
whiclilicr husband left her from his
lnihoad speculations, and the widow of
M. W. lialdwln, tho locomotive
builder, is istiiuated as own
ing tJ2,000,000 worth of this
wotld's goods. Henry Dlston, the s iw
manufaituici, left iieaily a million
dollars to his wife, and the Quaker
City bns a half doen moro ilch wid
owh whoso bank books register ac
counts as largo as the wealth ot Cue jus.
lilcli hiuglo women ate uiimciuu
Mli.s Jinmu lilggs of Washington in
linllcd a foitune fiom bcr father, the
noted banker. Many of oui
most prominent jiublic men have gotten
foi tunes tin on ''h marriage. Senatot
l'almer has a wife who Is a millionaire,
Whitelaw lteid's wife is worth a for
tune fiom hci being tho daughter of I)
O Mills, and Abiam S Hewitt tlUjs
Ids prospeiity fiom the time ho was
mane tuioi lo l'eter uooper suaugniei,
whom he aftuwards mauled. Siiutor
Heniy 11 1'aync mariied tho daughter
of a rich inrmcrof Clevclnnd, ntincd
l'eny, and the old I'criy farm Is now
in the most fashionable mit ot Kmliil
n ditto. Scciatnty William O. NVlilt
ney in turn married I'ayno's daughter,
and il is said tint sinio tlicu I'ayne's
liih b.uhclot son, Oliver, has given
Mis. Whitney a million or so in pics
ints. Congressman Tom lliyno of
1'ittsbuiggot a big foitune with his
wife, who was the daughtii of Smlt'i.
tbopaitnci of tho Hostitter who m.ilj
tho "stomach bltteis," and lllttof Illi
nois biought about a million Into Ids
family by niaiiylngauheliess. Senator
Hide's wife Inherited a fortune fiom
ach Chandlei's estate, and tho wllo
if 1'iank lilscock Is very well oil.
l.el 1' Mm toil's wife iswoith "1,50 J,
000 lu her own light.
Pnjs tho same (oriespondint. "That
sicllon offioclitv which finds the dress
question an emb irrassing one is a good
dial gialilhd just now to find that tho
fashions foi tho coming season will
penult Hit m to wmk ovci their old
dti'ssis lntlnito variity, hnimoiilom
bkudliigs ot daik, lich, bii'lit shales
and a fancy for lough faced rubric.
aio tho higns which bho who inns may
read Looking closer, it is o Ident th it
the rdgn of ilcl and lace is to en
dine, and that combluatloii suits will,
if possible, bo een mote fashion iblo
than v ei Vci v tew suits w 111 bo m ule
ditliily of ono'fabilc. Of all tho fan
lies shown each has Us matching cloth,
and talloi-mado suits mo of a sub hied
fctllpo, plaid oi check, in soluble col
ois, with plain cloth matcblm; ono
othci ot tho checks oi stripes. In
I'm is tho passion Is tor sti Iocs plain
Fliipes, fancy stripes, I'cMn stilpos,
niuiow stilpes and bund stilpes In
ixny possible lombliintlon of color
and uiiitci hit Thoioloi of tlio hour
Is biiine, all tho biones, In
deed blown, copper nml giecn,
'lline Is a new sapphire, so-cilled,
which is nally the old gens d'annos,
and this, in combination with a 1) t II
II tint t'oppii tint, lm ins somo of tho
most m Iking limeades of the season,
TJioie is a uotlieablo falling oh' in tho
popularity of gat net The now icds
me, for tho most purl, Iid In touo
with adatkoi inssot tint, like autumn
haves, (iullt Is passo; still golden
tinges aio mnin, especially in shot
ifUcts, tho biofiu d'm, tho oe.iutlful
golden bione. still holds Us own Tho
lashlon of woolm la to bo gieatet even
than It was last year. Tho s.vnplo
books of ictuuihi"; buyers show bun
dicdsof new fancies In these, most of
them dimming nml many of t'lein
novel Thoiiowcst idea is an outcoino
of tho )an.Ion foi Into,
Speaking about tho opening of tin
schools tlio Time-Slar couospomljnt
snjs It Is usually supposed that so
clcty people in Washington iienotpos
pesscd of largo families, but tills Is not
true. Take the people who nnko tip
Washington iiiclcty aitdjou will llud
(him with pretty lnn?o families, an 1
ciymuch Intircsted in the shoils,
Mnny of them, of com so, pitroiile
irivato sdiools, but many do not, ami
w hither the schools nro public or prl
vale, they are beginning to mako tin
nbi cut families think of returning lo
Ihilr homes. Tho Itiroiuina; Irilmare
Icaliiiilug to bring them, nml vvoul
(onus fiom the summer r.-nrts thila
good many will bo hcio by tin; cud of
another wcik, Of lourse, Utile will In
dune biro In a social way for so'iu
time jil, c.(cpt lo icstimi) Iho out loir
sports which worn i ininlii c al full ll 1 1
wht n the hot weather i.i'ovo so doty
nwny, l.nwn lentil i Inn lecelvo 1 a de
(Idnl Impute by the Interest tt'em
at Newport this summer. M i i
W. V. II. Ileio and Hour W
Slot uin, jr., of tbl i clly, wetii comld
cied atuong tho most'upert pliyen
dm lug the torn ney just i n led at tills
fashionable resort. Messrs. Sliella
burger and Davldsiu, who arecspTl
inanlpiilalors of the i.ic'tcl, hive given
up tennis plijlng foi a seison, an I aio
now toughing it on Cobb's island
Willi tho leliirn of Washliislon's sod
tty peoplo they will ho atToido 1 an op
poilunity to witness u til il or skill Ijj
tween the four geiitlomcn nimcd al
lfindall Oicin Court At the Argen
tine Minister's the grounds have been
General John M. Thayer, c Scnilor
f i out Nebraska, In ono of his letters in
tlio Omaha Ike, tells how I'tcsldent
Grant put nsldo bis strong dislike of
William M Kvnrts and nppolntcd him
counsil of tho Geneva Council of
Arbitration, and siys: "I'lom the tlmo
whin Andrew Johnson nbandoucd the
Hepubllcnn party and Joined hands
with those against whom ho had been
uttering his maledictions, and declaring
be would hang them andtlul tho;o
who who permitted In llvo must take
back seats In tlio work of leconstntc
tlon, ho was supported and advised by
Win. M. Hvarts. During all that
acrimonious and piotraclul controversy
between the I'icsldciit and Congress,
when tho unmistakable mimosa of tho
... .. ..- i. ...
inner was to destroy tno itcpuiiiic'in
party, which had mado him Vice-Pros!-dint,
and whin the pciiiiauencoof thai
parly was In peril, ho (Kvarts) was an
abettor of Johnson in its attempted
oveilhiow During tho Impeichmcut
lilal of the President Kvaits was oao
of tho law vers who conducted his dc
fmse, and lu rewind for which ho
was mado Attorney Ctenoid'. Heniy
Slansbiiiy of Ohio was Altoinoy
Ctiiici.il under Johnson, but io
bignid that olllco In order to
take part In the defense of his chief,
width he could not with propilcty do
while holding that olllco. It was sup
posid ho would, In case oT the Prod
dint's niqulltal, be reappointed to tho
same olllco, but ho bail to stand asl lo
in onltr tliatHvaitsinmitboiewaulel
It was thought advisablo to niako tho
uward of Kvnrts as conspicuous as poi
dblc, becnusu he had lelt tho Kjpuhll
enn party to support Johnson in his bj
trnvaloflt. And now ho poses as a
stnlwatt of stalwarts; yes, hut Novom
Lei when lilalno ievlewultbatgro.it
pnicission of tho Hcpublican hosts in
New Yoik, which passed before him,
though In a dicnthliig rain stoim, he
(Kvaits) toddkd along with the rest of
llic bojs, up l'lfth avenuo in tho mud
and rain, shouting liosann ihs to the
parly he had onco 1 ibored to destroy.
Possibly the United Stales Seii.iloishlp
fiom New York, which wasthcu loom
inguptoview, may have hud some
thing to do with imparting lo him tlio
zeal and unction of a new convert. Ho
now poses as a stalwait caudidato for
tho ltcpubiicnn nomination lor the
Prisldcncy in 1898. I'm ono, thowillcr,
as an hinnblo member of the patty,
prefirs to support a caudidato who has
never bicn engaged In an ch"ort to de
molish that party to which tlio touutiy
is indebted tor its preservation,
The New York correspondent of the
I'ionca-l'ictiH, writes of the lcccut ills
astious falluio of Henry N. Smith, as
follows: Tho history of Wall street is
studded thick with milestones of "kings
of tlio street" men who wielded mil
lions losing their fortuno and pres
tige. Smith caiuo hero from some
town in tlio noithcin p irt of this State,
where ho had been a banker, and first
emtio into piomliicnco tluough his as
sociation with .lav Gould In tho tlim of
Smith, Gould it Martin when the gold
conspiracy which precipitated lllick
Priday was mado by risk & Gould In
lbOl). Smith had become very wealthy,
and when tho firm was dissolved no
continual to Undo in stocks, In 1872
ho built tho bleaui jaclit Amciica, her
lines being taken lrom those of tho
famous sailing yacht which won tin
Quein's tup so inniiv jenrs iyo, and
which is now ovvncif by llcnjriinin V
Duller ol Mass ichtiitts. -Mi. Smith's
America was lilted up abiolutely io
gardliss ol expense. She was prob
ably the most luuulous craft alloat
Hut she was siatcely complelid when
tho panic of 187!) swept away tho bulk
of bcr ovv nei's foitune, and bo was
obliged to sell tho America She was
bought by the Gov eminent, nml uudir
the naino ot tho Despatch sho now
lllcs to and fio betvvicn tho vailous
navy-,vaids Smith subsequently ma lea
gnat ikal of money again, nmf icccntly
was thought to bo worth a million.
Until a lew months ago ho was veiy
cloo to C P. WoerisholTer, tho gieit
luni onoialoi, nud it Is said that if ho
had takin tho latter's advlco ho would
not have Lceu "twisted" In the July
lino WociishofTer tovered all Ills ini
poitatil oiilstaudlng lines of shoits, and
win it the bull squall stiuck him ho
was, so to speak, under closo-iecfcd
sails. It Is about two years since Smith
was ncaily ruined by being longot ( ei
talu stocks during tho roiitlnu-'d do
clino This is a page of Wall sticet
histoiy that has nevci seen the light of
pi hit Smith had a cottage ncir tint
of WoirlsholTcr at l.oug lliaui h, and
one evening ho called on tho latter and
told him how ho stood. Woeilsholler
used tho Inlluencoof tho"be.u" clique,
ot which ho was the leader, to save
Smith A Iktltlous boom was organ
ltd, and tho stocks ol which Smith
was long weio m.iikcduii until ho hid
sold out In othei woids, Smith was
assisted to saddle his mistakes on the
Weak hack; tremulous ncives, rheumatic
iniiicUs; iljspeptlo stiiuneb; torpid liver.
Dadcoiuliluatloii. Isn't It! Well, vltulUo
vour blood with llrowu's Iron Hitters
1 iiiiiij inn iicivck, liuiilah iliuiiiiiitlBiii; drlvo
out iljspepslit. '1 hen j on nro a newwouiui.
uis. i. .ii c.rawiimi, luuanovwi, lenn ,
lii-il mivousuen and iicnralgh isho dn
ilvtd L'rcat beuellt fiom tho use ot llrowu's
llo'b' siliuol suits, KltiiiiniiV, cur., 7th it, 1'
hvrvoiiK llelillllnlvil .Mini,
Yon nro al!owidnilrto' IhUtuilayiot
thniifuof llr Djos Cilobrated Volfalo Holt
Willi l.lnlilo bUKiienaory Apiillauces, foi tho
Miedj rellif and pinninent euro of Nervous
lit bllltv , lois of Vitality and .Munhoo I and all
kliulriii trouhliis. AIo tor inuuy oilier dla
eatis. CiimlctulC8toiatloii to health, V lisur
and inanliood Kiuiraiitii'd. No risk Is lu
(uiitd lllustrutod pamphlet, with full In
formutlnii, lenns, rto,, innlled fieo by addrej
Bins ollulo licit, Co,, Murahall, JIloli.
II lilt AM4Ur.ll
Wo were Btrollliuj alona,
On the uniids,
Hlic iniit surely Invo known
From my luck mid tnv limo
What I wanted to sny when 1 loik III my
l'olh her bauds.
HIio fccinul gracious and Mud
As iiiulil be,
And eiieiiumgoil lo llud
."ho was gently luelluu'l,
I plead fur (tin BOft-wb'sperel "Vos" lint
Her to me.
Thus wo stood side by sldo
Hy tliu set.
And In, von I'll conllili)
A cold chill eui(!il to gllilo
Down llieliiutl'i of tnj splnuns t'u swsst
"No, sir e-e o 1"'
M FOX HUNT.
I am lonstiintly licensed of belli: a
lllil. Unjustly, o't cotu u. Ccrttlnly 1
havo had ofTeis, mid Invo refuse 1
ttiiui. Nnturally, I liked icrliiln men
bitter at llrst than after I Inl tlmo to
know thcin really well. Nn m in h is
Iho sense to understand his wink points
and to hide them They all persist in
dtslllttstonlrliig '.on, mil thou when
you refuse to tb dn yourself up lo
them nnd their follies they call you "a
coquet," "a hcirllcss lllit," and all
that. Under the tliciiiiHtiinccs I Insist
I should bo almost as silly as thoy if 1
Now tnko Iho case of th it young
Kiigllshmau 1 was said lo havo treated
sob idly ami judge If I was lu blamo.
I met him at oui tennis touru uncut.
I had just won the last sol, and was io
cclvlng Iho usual highly slnceio con
gratulations, when 1 saw Mrs. Fan
shavvc bearing down on mo with a
young Knglishman, tho latest addition
to our club.
My heart sank as ho camo 1 to was
so cv Idctitly a caso of "not beautiful,
but good (V)." Ho was hideous, but 1
rcllcckd that perhaps ho was llko tho
noblo beast, or llsh, lu his coat of
arms, lu which caso It was dlstln
gulshcd uglluiss, and I boro up ".Miss
Tromalne, said .Mrs. Kansbavvc, allow
mo to present to your favmablo notice
Mr. Vol, who has como lo study tlio
manners, oi Iho lack of 'cm, nml cits
toms lu Amerha."
"Now , rcnlly," gasped Mr. Pov, as
she cast this Parthian ariovv. "she's
too hnrd on inc. Ily .lovo ' I assure
j ou j Miss Ticinalno,"I find much moro
to nilmiio on this side."
"This side of tho lawn?"
"t meant this sldo of the ocean," ho
lclnrncd, iiltjlngly. "Hut especially
this lawn, ho milled, with n fascinat
ing loll of his light gogglo eyes; I've
bicn anxious to meet you for a long
while, Miss Tieuialiie. You play ten
nis so awfully well foi ci an Amer
ican." "Then," I letortcd, "you think
Ainei leans cannot lomparo with the
"Well, no, except lu the matter of
fiminino biatity," be leluincd, driving
out his hiel and ducking his head,
which pleasing performance I aftcr
vvnuls found signified a mental struggle
with a compliment.
1 at mice promised myself tho pteas
uio of taking several extensive "Uses"
out of the joutli He was so be wil
fully llteial so "Unglish," jou know.
"Hut om 'humor,' ionic now!" I
said, with my best air of innocent
good faith. "Suiely jou admit wo
are the only nation that lias a distinct
nud clnuncteristlc wltV"
"Well, I dun'no. Suppose," ho sug
gested dubiously, "suppose jou were
to give mo a specimen I "
"Ccitalnly, I responded cheerfully.
"I'll take tho flist tiling that comes in
my head. Got it out of a western pa
per." "'Tom Sawjct was warned of tho
dangir ol siuoi'iug lu a powder mm,
butpcisistcd They collided ono car
and a button '1 ho funeral was n
"bang-up nllali '
"Tbeio!" said I, triumphantly,
"Isn't that the iiulntessenio of huinorf"
"Yes, devilish good," ho gasped.
There w as a pause. 1 was falfiug
back for another ciloit. Ho was oyo
Ing mo fui lively, and I know, compai
inginowith "l)aisy Millci" or somo
International honor by James.
"Aio you tiny i elation lo Pox's Hook
ofMntlvrs?" 1 innocently questioned.
"Well, not exactly to tho book," ho
lcplled, with a p.itronilng smile; "but
wo claim descent fiom tlio author
"Oil 1" I gushed, "I'm so glidl'vo
met jou, foi, j-ou know, 1 always
thought his list name was Martyrs.
I.Iko 1-inisc God-Hare Hones Allien,
Up Giiauls and - at - 'cm Wellington,
Don't-Glvc-u'i tbc-Shlp I.awienco nnd
all the rest ot those old Puiltaus."
Mj'Ungllsh friend's laco was a study.
Ills appealing nose asked of Ids icticat
ingejes: "Is this tho bright Ameri
can girl I havo heard ot t" It was
lich. Ido lovo to "tnko a rlso" out
of such Idiots.
Papa sav s ho does not sec tho senso
of such jokes, 1 simply tell a lot of
cnouiious lies to convince credulous
foidgnns I am a perfect fool whore is
1 could do It moro easily bj Just being
natural Ifpipiwasnt so dyspeptic
ho would understand that It was ilell
( Ions to seo how much thej would
However, I had no lime to follow up
my success that afternoon Mamma
tamo hustling up, all smiles, to toll Mi.
Pox she knew his cousin, I,oul I'm
tched, How thai ined sho would bo to
have him call very soon, and a lot of
gush. .Mamma Is moio than a bit of
an Augloniaiiiac As I am not I loft
them, partlj', also, I confess, because I
saw my cousin Tom gluing awfully
Tom and 1 are engaged sccietly, bo
cause he Is so poor that wo havo to
wait a long tlmo bcfoio wo even loll
pnpa and mamma
.Meantime we botli lllrt. That Is so
much belter than telling and being
shelved Still, I havo to bo carctul
Tom Is so jealous, so ufiald, poor boy,
that I'll get Hied of waiting and take a
bcttci paitj I
Por fullj aw col; I saw nothing of
Mi. Pox. I tliiiiK ho was digesting
(-tiiiio of my faits.
I'ligllshmiu iiqulio about that tlmo
to assimilate t hull. Then thoy cill
with n i lushing repartee lu a nolo
Plnallj ho dumped In one Sunday
evening Seveial nun weio llieio anil
wo wire having charades. We mo apt
toluivo a jolly tlmo buudajs. Muinina
Is an l'plsuipallau and pap I Is a broker
mi, jou see, wo don't h ivo to bo liar
Of course, being Hugllsh, Mi. Pox
lnisunileistood. lie ovldintly thought
wow oio Coinanches, and adapted him
self. Natuii) helped him, ho would
make a splendid Zulu. Ho sang
lu a hideous falsetto, ho put oveiybo Ij
out, and then gajly, slapping Tom on
the bnck, informed him III il Ainei leans
nivir ( mild sing dun uses! Tom was
wild I had to squeeze his baud uudei
a music book to pacify him
In dcspnalloii wc stalled mnni oh i
ladis. Tbeio again tho gicat rix
came to the fiout, assuming, una iked,
tho idle of general dlicctoi and nil
wince Kveiyvvhcio al once ho shouted
us deaf, duiiih ami mad He give
samples of what ho couldn't do, lu all
bints of pints, and finally ended by
putting such realism into that of the
bull lu ' Siindfoid A. Merlo.i" tint h"
diargid through mamma s ghus
cc run, imcrliig covered with peacocks
fiatheis, blood and glorj, lo be led
nvvay bj papa for repairs'
I was awfully align I knew p"r
frilly wdl he simply ai lid so intra
giously bicattse bo thought wo "Ameil
inns" would be delighted with anv
thing he did. "Noblesso oblige" Is
mj' motto, nud If I ever go to lhurbiud
or Zululiilid I intend (o behave quite
ng well as I do home.
WJun Mr. Pox lcliiiuidi radiant
nnd eager to lake a hand In the next
savage rile wo performed, hu found us
quietly dUiussliig horses maintui hav
ing vetoed iiiijlliing inoroovcltlng than
lonv ci sutloii find lea w Idle ho rem due 1.
"He Is a ibnrniliig joimg mini, my
dciirs," she said. "Verj like his dear
cousin. Hut be Is loo volatile for my
bile a hrne.
"A h '" Mr. Pox Joined lu AlTably,"j'oii
ought to no mj hunters Not tint
tluj'd do jou much sirvlcc. You
havin't the game, jou know."
"True, Mr Pox,'" replied Tom, with
great mav ily. "Tberiloie, Instead of
sc tiding us ilonkej s, j on should supply
us wllh foxes "
"Dowo scud jou donkej's?" slid
the obtuse cicaliire. "I didn't know
ll. Whj, what use do jou niako of
"Wo make game of thorn," said the
"Oh, Mr Pox, do you like plain rul
ing?" 1 interrupted in tirinr.
"Why, Unit s my fad, Mls Tie
limine, he eilcd. "I should siy I did.
Al homo thev call me a Centaur, you
"Dotlipj What a shame Ho only
had onoeje, while jou have lwo,"'l
tnld sjiiipithitlially, gazing at him
wllh alfcctid admlialloii
Smiling a sicklv smile, ho "thought
perhaps I mint Oj clops "
"Ah I Thanks. I did. How stupid
jou must think me' Centaur, why,
(crlnlnly, lie's tho one who Invented
the liniment, I saw u picture of him
nna took In the Catskllls half man,
half donkey "
I had the satisfaction of seeing him
My astounding Ignoranco knocked
him out. Ho was silenced. The lest
of us drifted Into n discussion on the
sttpciloilly of am lent ovir model u
poetrj, and w hi n I backed up my side
by tiniisliitlng somo of Iloraio's odes I
felt his goggle oj os fastened on mo in a
fciunrisc. lie wns evidently tiylng to
unilii stand n little inconsistency ho ob
scivcd in inc.
All the summer he became a sort of
semi ditalchid lixtuio of mine, always
Joining mo nt "bops," nnd tennis
"frnjs" nnd spending eviry evening nt
our house. I am suto 1 gnvo him no
cncouiagimcnt, bicauso Tom took it
Into his head to be violently iealous of
him, and so I had to bo voiy caioful.
Men nro such gicse Now, when Tom
said he loved me 1 believed him, and
have ncvei been in the leist jealous
slnee Hut Tom had lo get mo out on
tlio iilnyn twice it week to askine "why
it I loved him, 1 let that 'beastly oi I'
hang around me .'" Was not ho too
Dually the climax came. Ono cool
nftcinoon Mr Pox appealed with
horses nnd pinpo-ul a lido. I appeal
lo jou. Could 1 help mj-self t Of
coiuso not. I Hew upstairs, got into
mj habit and descended lo cnioj a lo
sem In llic Ungllsh style of tiding fiom
tho "Centum "
How shall I ever describe tho nb
surd ride' It was too fiimiv Imm
inc. in tlic first plaio, mycavaliii leav
ing tho gloom to enjoy the pleasuic
of pulling mo Into my saddle, while
ho biiathed in Ids horse's ears nnd noso
"lo subdue the biilto, jam know "
Slightly sin prised at this original bo
ginning, I dicw off lo tho otliei side to
await developments, nnd In u moment
saw tlio "Ctntaui" tc.uing upthoioid,
knees out, held down on the hoiso's
neck, jelling "Whoi, marc' O!
whoa ' jou beast "
"Away went Gilpin' Away went
bo; and, being quick lo tnko a hint, I
lollovved The I'ugllsh stylo of tiding
seems a little eccentric, but piomiscd
In be exciting. 1 pursued htm hotly
half a mile oi so, cheered on by tho
plaudits of my friends as they came
ii om the 5 o'clock tinln, and caught
him as ho slopped to mop his heated
blow iindii a tiee,
1 miekly suggested as I lodo up that
it would havo ltss the air of a "Stop
thief 1 ihnse" If ho vvero to keep with
lu a ciuartci of a mile of me.
"Well, I diitino," ho said, "If this
brute of a hoise vv ill let me. 1 never
saw such a fool of a horso; tho tlghtci
1 hold him tlic fastei he goes.
"If you didn't nib his mouth taw
with the cuib he'd bo all light," 1
"I did not come to this sldo lo learn
how to i Idc," he haughtily obseivcd,
and doubtless I should havo boon quite
unshed bj his mutisms If "the
blocdj btulo" had not shot oil again
"Oh!" said I, "a southerly wind
and a cloudy sky proilalin a liuulliig
morning,' mid off I went after
Nevci betoio in since havo I inn
nflci any man as I did after that Un
gllshman My excuse must be that it
was the onlj limit I cvci hilucd wheio
tlierowns.iie.il "Pox." llwasahaul
hunt Two long miles I chasid that
unliuky man, and cvcrj'whero we
conimaniUd tho most Haltering atten
tion. Tin crews llew out of tho boat
house to swell oui triumph, and
passu s-by stood petiitled with adinl
inllon ns we ton- bj. It was lm
mouse Just like being in a circus
Mj hut llii.itcd gajly over a hedge,
mv hair fell down and mj side ached
wtth laughing, but I deteimlued to bo
In at the death. 1 knew mj noblo
game must tnko to cover bcfoio long,
as knees nud elbows weio evidently
Sure enough, by the kind Inteifei
dico of l'lovldeiiie certainly ho had
nothing to do with it he stooped al
out stable dnoi nud fell, "a dem'el
moist, unpleasant body," Intotlioiiinis
of mil gi inning giooiii; while) I, ells
gincotiil as ll was, sat on a bundle of
liny nml shouted 1 (ouldn't help It,
ho was stub a tiiiinj mixture of ellg
nll and ini-erv, as ho inoppid his
hiatid brow ami tiled to explain why
and how It happened
Now, after a perfoiinanco like that,
dii v mi wondii that, when ho formally
te ndi ii d me his pul 1 uicdii hand I
What If ho had followed mo llko u
poodlo all Milium l , hud sent How ci.s uiul
i and I didu't ask him to. It wasn't
my fault If bo mistook my good untitled
tolet auio foi lovo. Ncftlici Is it my
fault Unit 1 have mischievous blown
cjis which men admire Hcddcs, how
lu the mime of common sense could I
menu anything when I was cngiued to
Tom all the limo sceictlj 1 Ll'hlladel
l!os' tliht vvniats, rinuau's, cor , 7tli A, I'
llrimlii liui'ss, or tho I.liiinr 11 ilitt, Cull
bo riiuil li- AitiiiiulHlurlii1; llr.
Unities Cioldt'ii Speelllc.
It inn bo cHcn In a cup of loffeo or toi
without tho MiovvteilKi) of Iho person I -kin.
It. Uliitliu ii rived) and pirmiuent ourn,
vvUtlnr Iho ptilhnt Is u uiodeinli) ililnkci
or mi till ohollo wreck, 'lhoiisnuds of drunk
mils hnvo been nude tciiiiwriito moil win)
linotnkin llofloidcn Speelllo In their oof
fie without tin Ir knowludco, und today bo
llcve they quit diliikliiiof their own fieo will
o bminful illeils insult from Itsadmlnls
1 1 nl Ion Cures Kiinrunleid Clroulurs nud
llsuinonui's si ill in o vuuinss,
I Humes hiii'ifio Co.
18,') Jt.icu HI., Cluclnuatl, O,
THE VISITORS' GUIDE.
I'iiIiiIh or lii(i'U' In nml About (he
W lu rcTlir.v Ale. lien lo )( TIiimii
mill llnvv to ('el There,
'llic I'.xi'iiillve "luiiwlon.
The realdi nee of tliu Piesldeut, known as
tlio While House, la on I'lunsvlvniiln
iivinue, wiat of tint liimmrv building,
it Isnajliid bj the Aveuilu stieot ein.
Tim Prist room of the Mansion Is open
to visitors cverj dnv i xcipt Sun 1 ivs,
'I he giiiumla urn tnli fully laid out with
walks, lues, shrulibirv iiud fouiilalus,
U on the lot liumidlnlolv south neon
cert, eipm lo Iho juilille Is given ev'crj
rlntilliliiv (Veiling tliirlug Iho sumiiuf
niidentlv full, from fi .III In 7 o'clock,
b the Lulled Elates .Mnrluo Hand.
The Mil pie ill i' i'oill'l.
The Siijiriino Court of the UiiIIchI Slites
oeiiqilcs a room on Ihu i.islern sldo of
the (onniellng building lntwccii tho
roliimla nml north wing of I lie Cnlillol.
Ills Mry miosleiilatlous In Its finnl
lure unit of llinllul seating tap icily.
It wns fonncrlj used as tlio fiiii.ito
Depnilini'iil or .1 list ler.
Tho Dcpnitinint of .Iulleo Is open every
ilnj, exi cut Suiidiij, from tl a. Ill to.l
p. in , in d occupies tin upper Hours ol
a largo t-iiueaslono building on I'inii
svlviuila uunuc, bclwieii tlfticutliiuul
I IfUeii-nml i half struts iiiirlhvvist
'Iho prlnilpil objcit of Intirest Is Iho
gnllerj of palnllngs of Iho Attornijs
(ieneial of tlio Viillul Males, which is
In tlio Alloiiiej-dineriil's olllcc.
The Aiiiieiliiet llililge.
'iho ArpKiluct llrlilgo ciosses Iho Poloune
f n m Iho foot of bridge street, West
inslilugtou, and eonuictliig with tho
onds to Arlington ami Port .Mejir, on
tho Irglula bunk
I'OI'I 111' IT.
Port Jlcjerlsslluntcil 111 Virginia, a short
illtiiuco uortliwcst of tho Arlington
lloue It Is now a station for Instrue
lion of unlet rs and men lu tho Signal
Service of Hie nun
Ai 1 1 n-xl on.
1 he Arllnclon House nml National Ceme
tery (opin to visitors every daj) nio
slluati d ou the summit of a hill on tho
Virginia shore of llic I'otoiu ic, alToril
Ing tut excellent view of Washington
It Is about foil! miles fiom tlio C'npllol
across tlic Aqueduct bridge, 'lhoccmo
tcrv ioiuprlcs nbout !20(' acres and tho
Indies ot nt nil ll'.lxx soldiers fiom
tlto battle fields of Vlrglul i anil tho
hospitals nt tho Capital hciu leposc.
The Afii leulliiinl llepnitlilenl.
1 bo Agricultural He pirtmint Is between tlto
Mashlngtoii .Momiimnt nnd Smith
sonl.ni lnslltiitlon, neir Twelfth strict,
ou the Hue of tho lltltl.hto cars. It
Is open ilall, except fetnula), fiom U a,
in , to ,! p in. It lonl'ilns a iiiuseiim,
nut nnd spcclineu rooms, elc , ami Is
Piirrnuiii1c.fi b) grounds tuiitnlulug rare
The llolnnlciil ('uideiiH.
Tlto Ilotnnteal Oardens tire open d illy from
II a in to 11 p m 'I lay tiro slltlitcd
nt tlto foot of Capitol I llll, facing I'eitu
cjlianl.i avenue. '1 ho object of the g ir
ilen Is cxpcilincnlal In floriculture, puli
lle Infotinitlon nnd Iho distribution of
rare plants. '1 ho disposition of tlto col
lictlouis aienullug to a geogriphleal
illstrlbtitlon 'Ihostitctl tropical phnls
occupj the cent nil conservator, and
tltose ot a semi tropical uittiro uru
placed in Iho wist range nud wing, nud
all Indigenous lo countries Ijiug to
waid tho fcouth Polo aro hi tho eist
range and wing, llurlng tho summer
Iho hardlist plants In boxes nro ranged
on cither sldo ot the inilu walk, and
coutiibuteiuntcrlnll to tho beauty of
tno guriitu. in mo cciiiio oiiituiiwu
fueing tlio coneivitory Is Iho II ir
tlioldi fountuhi, which was exhibited nt
tho Centennial r.xposltlou'lu lTII. 'Ihu
fountain, lu full pi ly, presents n beauti
ful effect, tspcclnll when lellcctlug
tho rajs of the sun.
tl(. A ! nun.
Mount Vernon Is sltiiitut on tho Potomac
15 inilis below Wnhlngton. Itcnubo
reached dallv extipt Minday liv tho
steamer V,'. W Corcornn, which leaves
fccveiilh etrcct wharf tit 10 o'clock a. in
sharp, returning at il.JU p. m. 'Iho
nuuislon Is stunted on mi eminence
uvcrleoklng tho liver anil Is open to
vMtors. cartlio foot of the Incllno
which leads to tho liniiu aio tho tombs
of (ieorgo Washington and Ills wife,
Martha, llcfoiu leaehlug thim tho
ruins of the old vault, which originally
contained the ii mains of Waslihmton,
are pointed out b tlio guide. .Meals
cau bo obtained on tho grounds.
Siiunie--, ClieleH nml SIiiIiii'm.
Ill addition to tho grounds attached to tho
Iiubllc biillillugs thcio nio a number of
i.uitlful sipi.ircs and circles lu tho city.
faces tho Mhllo House, on I'cnnsjlvanli
avciuie, between rifieeii-and-a hilf and
blxticu and-a-hilt streets northwest. In
tho centre of this squ iro Is Clark Mills'
cqucstilan stntuo ot (intend Andrew
Jackson. Ulscoloss.il nnd cost ..JO,000
le on Vermont avinue. between I and K
sticcts northwest, 'tlto park Is 1 tld out
lu coucreto walks, with shad treesnud
fcli 1 ulit c r . In tho centre Is tho liionzo
stntuo ol Major (inn nil James 11. e-i-;licrson,
which cost ii 1,50(1, and was
crcctcdb tho Ann of tho Tennessee.
r vim vout squvnn
is ou K street, at tho Intersection of Seven
t t ut li et net. 'lite w ilka aro bcautl
full laid out and shaded, lu tho icu
1 1 o Is tho (olossal broiuo stntuo of
David (!. rairagtit, llrst Admiral of
tho United Slatis Navy, executed by
Mrs. Viniilo liciuu lloxlc, Washington,
1). C, lbso, liv Older of Congitss, at a
cost of $20,000
which His at tho hnd ot t'our-nnd half
Elicit, between 1'oiirtli and 1 If! It streets
iiorthv.esl,ls ono of Iho largest In tho
cltj. 'Iho south portion Is oc-tiplcd liv
the Cll Hall. 'Iho now Pension build
ing, wliero tho Democratic Inaugura
tion bull wns held, Is now In course of
erection on the ltuitli sldo ot this
it vw ass squviii:,
on Niu Yoik tiviuuo soiithwist of tho
Male Deputiueltt, Is tastefully laid out
wllhwalhs, shad tins, shrubbe.ry and
rustic fountains. In tho centre 'Is tho
broiuo statue of (linoinl John A. Km -
Hugs. It was erected In 1S71 and coat
at tho Intersection of Massacbusitts and
Ilhodo Island uviuues, cout.iliis tlto
biotuostatuoof (iiueial Winlleld Scott,
'lliodeiicml is ri presented In tho full
ll ul foi m of his lank, ununited ou a
war charger, at lest, ami stirvoIng
tho Held of lutlle Tho stones forming
tlio pedt stul tire tho largest over quir
i le il lii this cuiiutr. 'tlto total cost
on Past Capitol stint, ono intlo cast of Uio
Uqiltol, Is pretlllj laid out. in tho ccn
tm stands tho bioiuo group cutltleil
"I'ninnclpntlon," representing Abra
liitia I.lueoln, tlio sixteenth Vrosldcnt
ot tho United Mates, standing by a
monolith and holding In his right hand
tho pioclaiintluii ot fiectloin A sl.no
kneeling at bis feet with inanielua
broken, Is nbout to lUo 'Ihu sluttiu
wns trictcd b tho Weatiru Sanitary
Commission of M I.otils, .Mu , out ot
the funds eoiitilliuli.il solil hv einancl
jmlul ellUins of iho Lulled Mates,
ilicliiiid fun bj tho piocl.imiitlou of
J.uiiuir) 1, 1-tll
in I'tisr t nn 1 1:
Is elluntcil at the inliistillon of Conueill
cut, Miissathusetls and New ll.uup
shlto nveiiuis and Mnetuntii ami P
struts uoithucst In ll Is tlto stattloot
lliui-Ailiniuil "s K Dupont lu beiola
bruiKC. Us cost w is sl7,U0d, ercctoil
b tho liovernmeut
slitwcen TlilrUiiilh and Fourteenth nnd I
and Kstn ts northwest, 'this equate
wns tiurtliiii-oi by tin tiovernmi'iit In
lH'Jll In order io secure control of it nna
sprliie, lliHViiilcifiom wlilcli Issllll ncd
for ililnKliiH puriinses nt the Kxccu
tlvn .Mnnsllill. 'Ihe square Is plnuteil
Willi n pleasing vnrlcly of ornnmoiilal
trees nml shrubs.
oui CM" seji win
nt tho Intersection of Massachusetts all 1
.Mnrvlninl nvitiues iiorUictisl. roubilns
the colossnl liionrc r quest rlitli stiiltic of
Mnjor (Imirnl Nnllmnltl (In cue, which
cent f (),(H (I
WASIIIVOTON run IP,
nt T-vciil) Ihlnl stred nml Pcnnsjlvnnla
nvcnuii iiiiilliwest, conblllis the- eqtltw
ttlnn atnltie of tienernl (Icoru Wash.
Inalon b ( lurk Mills, cm ted nt n eo.t
of WMiliO 'I he st line was east out of
guns ilonatul by Coiurn ss
It nn u pi vi t;
Is tlto small spin e In the south of Iho Mc
inorlnl l.iitliuiui ( hiiitb, iti'itr Ihe nir
tier of I'tnirtcenth strut nud Mnssaihu
setts nunuo nortltmst 'lhcrelslhc
statue of Miirtln l.ullier, in did bj
Ihu I.ulliir Matiiu Association, lu i oiii
inemorallon of Ihe lOOlh nimlversii of
his birth. It cost jr,,(Hk)
TlioMis ciitci i:
Is at tliu Interset lion ot Mnssaclitl'clts and
Vtrmout iivtuites nml I'mnlci nlli
strut Htoulnlns tlioiiUcstrlan brouzu
slultiu of (lentrnl (lioruo II. 'Iliouins.
i ruled bv tlui Ann of tho Cumber
hind nt a t mt ot KiO.IHK).
I'lioHssou iinsin'H sTiTti:.
Mtlinled about 'JO!) fcit north of tlicwi'so
wing of Ihu Mullbsouliu liistltiitloii,
fnilug south, Is Iho broii7o slnluu of
l'rofissor Jom ph Hi nrv, llrst set relnry
of tlio Smithsonian Institution 'Ihu
slnliie, wlilcli wns unveiled In lss.1, wns
iniltd bj tliu (lovcinincnt utticostof
am: maiisiiai t. stvti i.
Ninr the foot of the Ctqiltol building ts thn
bronyc statue of John Mnishill, fourth
(hlef .In-Ill o of Iho United Stntes.
It lost s?l(l,0(IO, and re presents the sub
Jut nssintul lu lilsgimnnuiloxpouiul
big tho law,
tiii: i i:cc voNUvirxT.
Near the western ciitrtiueu of tliu Capitol
grounds Is tho Mouiiinint of Pi nee.
It wns ilcslgnul by Ailmlriil Purler
nnd irultd from stiliscrlptlon slartcil
bv him In lMsi. It e omiiii morales tho
nllkiis, si smell ami minims who fell
during Ihu Into war It Is lu marble
nml It cost fUl.UHl. 'Iho pulestnl nnd
plntfoim, costing J'J0,(KK), wiropdd for
out of mi appropriation bj Congress.
run rxot oil's w vsiiimitov,
(tiecnoiigh's sluliio of Washington, rcpro
seiitliighlm lu a Koin.iu toga.lsslttialeil
in uiu paiu ne niu euse none ot mu
Capitol. It cost "-1 1,000, npproprinlisl
bv Congriss. In front of Iho Cltv
Ilnll, at tlio head of l'tiur aud-a-haff
Mint, fining south, Is the mirblostatiiu
ofAlirahim Lincoln. It was ended in
lbCO bj Congress and cost 115,000.
Tiensiii.v llepni lineitl.
Iho Tuasury Dipartinuit, on I'lflecnth
street nud l'inusjlunl.i, uvtutie, Is u
thrie-sliirj bulhllng ot tirielan lonle
nrehiticttire, with litsemcnt nud suh
basemetit, IliS fut In lenglh and all
feet In wldlli. It Is open dull, except
btinibi, fiom 0 a "m. to t! p lit.
Slnlc, VVne nml .Vtiv.v.
IheStntb Dipirlment biillillng, which lu
(luilcs also the War and N'uvv Dipirt
uieltls, ts sltiuitul wist of tlio Vthlto
lltui'-e and Is open to tho public dull
from 11 "0 n. in lo 'J 110 p in , excepl
iug on 'lhursil.ijs, when mil members
of tho Diploiiiitie Corps tuo ndlulttud,
imil Mluidivs, when, dining the ses
sion, Minibus of Cougriss onl arc
The Iitli'iloe lleput'lnietit.
This building, bettir Known from the pur
iei.i) for which it w is orlglnall erected
as tho l'ntiut Olllee-, Including nl-o tho
Indian (Jlllconml (uncrul Land Olllee,
lies bitwieii Seventh and l'.Ighth end
P and (i slret Is nurtliwcst, nnd Is upon
dull, except bunil.ijs, from Ou unto
a p in.
Tin- 4'i'iifinl i'oslolllee.
Iho (line nil Postofllce, staudlng dlricllv
opposite tho Patent Olllcc, between ll
nnd I' streets, Is opiu to tho public
dull from ',) n m to 'i p m 'Ihu build
ing Is of Corinthian nrchltctture, and Its
erection wasbeguu In lbl'J
The Aiiiiv tli'illenl rtliiMoiim.
Iho Army Mullc.il Mucum, oilglnally u
(lturili and sub-iqiieiilly Known as
Void's 'J he title- .mil in.ido ineinornblo
b the nssas-liiatlon of President Lin
coln, Is situated on 'lentil street, bo
twun I' nml r streets, nud Is occupied
In tliu burgeon (icuirnl. It is a place
ol gnnt historic Intcicst and open
ever da cxiept blindly from 0 a m
loHp m. 'Iho house 'dlrretl) oipo
sltc, No nil) 'li nth strict, Is where .Mr
Lincoln was I tKt u after hewas shot and
vvhciu he died tho next morning.
The nv.v Ymil.
The Navy Yard Is sltunlid on tho Anncostln
nt tlic ti i minus of Llghth strict south
east, anil Is tc u lu il b llic c irs of the
AVii-liliigton it. (eori'ctowu Italhwi.
nlso b the licrdlis. It Is open ever
tlaj ixcpt biuiiln from 7 a in to sun
set. Niar tho .Navy aril gate, on tho
east side of Llghth sticet southeast,
nud between (i und I streits, are tlto
Murine li.irracLs, open during tho
The StiillliMiiiluii institution.
Tho bmlllisoulnn In-titutloii nnd National
MiiHtim, ubjicts of gient interest to
all strangers, aro situated lu the biulth
soulaiigioiiuds xv lilt li oicupj "iJl ncris,
extending from bin nth to 'twelfth
stmts, mid from 11 stiect north to It
street south 'Ihebinlthsonl-in grounds
piopcr, on which the buildings nro In
dited, consist of '20 ni 1 1 s set n li rt in
tho southwest ciumr ot the in tin ns
i nation 'lltcj uro open dull fiom
'J n, in to 4 p in
AViisIiIiikIoii Uiu riii'l'N.
Tho U. b. llurrnchs, ruriuerl Iho U. S.
A I'm lint, opin from sunrise to sunset,
oieiii u levtl tint t of laud bordering
on tho l'otomat, twelvo feet above
high vvtilt r, ut tho extreme southern
point of tho cltv. It Is accessible) by
the bevculband Ninth stmt cars 'Iho
grounds are hiuiitlfullj laid out, and en
tiud thiutigh missive gutis swung on
hiuv guns 'Iho garrison consists of
foot nud H.vIiu: li.ittules. wlilth drill
even iiiornlnt: 'Dure are bind mm ens
on Mondajs. M'cdnesdivs and Iildavs
fiom ,"i to tl p in , nnilliuniedliili-lv nftir
tittle Is a driss-pnr.iih tin luid.i
nml 'lhursdn uioriilnjrs ut ' ...link
Hiiro win in a tioop ut nn uiiiiiiin
eludis the light b.ttti tv I wn in in
fug tit U 15 time Is u'U ml miiuiii
('ovi-i iiiiient I'linllii:; Olllee.
Tlio (Inurnment Printing Ofthe utid llm I
er) Is sltiuitul on tin siiuthwi-ii mi i
of II and Ninth l npiiol simts ml
ma) bo run In d most uuiv tilitiil I
thucirs of tlieloliimbht -tmi Kul -It
Is opinio visitors fiom s, u m t -li.
in. and tho inlruiuc Is n S.uili
Cotiiiinti Art (.nllei'v.
Tho Corcoran Art lliilh tv is i n Hu ninth
east turner of biuntutith --trtit und
l'tlliisjlv unlit nviiute It Is opt n from
October to Ma) from 10 u in tn-lp
in , and at oilier suimiiis from tl a m
tot p in. 'Muslims, 'lhursdivs and
bntiinlnvM htlng fno dijs On Mou
tluvs, iiltu iIuvh und l'rld)8 nil ad
liilssluii feo of twciit-llvu cents Is
Oak IHU, Gcoigctown, Is open from sun
rise to sunset every daj, exupt btin
diis nnd holldujs. It Is ri-uchiil b tho
Jlctropolltnn and I'l'iinsjliunlaiiienuo
curs. Tho Congressloiial Ceinctei),
open oxer day, except biindav, Isauos
slblo to wllltlii tho dlattiiieo of half a
Illllo b the l'cuns.vli.inla iivuiiiiocus
itutl thobinllis It Is on tho banks of
tho An.iiostla ItocU Creek IVnutuv
open evirv daj, except Simda), Is
linchulb Ihe ."evelitb strict eurs" flu
National Mllltarv Ltinetetv lies fi.l
of Itock I rcik and adjoins tho boldleis
Hiiltie (ililiwood teinettr), ut the head
of Iiucolii tiviiiiic, Is mu) mile und
a half ninth of tliu Capitol and ie.it hnd
fiom tho loliiiiiha -slut t Itilluav
Mount Ollut I tmitirv Is on tliu llm
of iho liilumlila turnpike, half u milt
ninth of the eastern teimliius of tin
loiumbla ltnilwti) (Irnci'laudt euutirv
His nt tho terminus ot the Uiluinbu
btrnt liullwo) tast.
.ov ei iiiiient liiMiine Am-. I it in.
IlicOiivrtiiinciit Hospital for tlio Insane Is
slttintul on the high rldgo nt the cru
lluenreof the 1'otoiinc and Ameostll
rlurs, nnd Is accessible to within tlio
distant c of one mllo by Iho l'onnsvl
vnnla nvimin tars ami tho Anncostln
und rotomne street railway. Tlio gen
ual vlsilliigibisnro V(sbicsdas mini
'i to I! p m , niul Ihe nsvliuu Is open to
frit nils of the Inmates ever day except
KrC'npltnl I'l'lc T.I.OllIl.rl
Tit kcls only $fi,
Mures In Proportion.
Louisinp.n Stntc Lottery Co.
It. th t riFij ,r')fijlliat pa MiHrtliir th ar
nn wttiri i ini nil Ilii Monthly ami Xrml In
1 1 nl I mi i f tl Iiiuiiniiit Main lMltinj
inula i ii m ili im . iimnaqn nml control I'm
I nn in, 'll i, i nml llml tif mini art co
ilm Inl mil I i 1 1 rimntH ami In ami fnllli
louanlull imii m a authorlzr the Con
my In i . ll.i i, H nit nUhfnc -UnUm nf
ourtltnaluit alia I. tl. in III wh-ltllemtnt:'
Incorporated In 1st.S for a, yonrs by tho
Iml'liiture for i'llticnllonnl nud ( hiirltablii
ptiri-is, with n uiplliil of Sl.lol.Kl), to which
iiiisirvufuiid of ovir $V),uiiO lus since been
II) an overwhelming popular voto Its frnn
ihl.e wii" niaili'ii .art of Iho present siiito
Ciiiisllliitlon, nilnitiil llemnlier !, A. II. 1 ,''.
'Iho onlyuillerv ever voleil on and en
dorul li) Ihejitoiiluof any ilato
IT NllVlllt sc.VI.KSOIlpOSTrOVI'.H
Its (Irrmit Miuslo Number Ilruvvlius tnko
Asiilitidlil opimrtimltv to wlnn fortune
Tintfidriuid llriivvliur, ( hiss IS, In the Acud
i in) of Mti.li . New tirle nn, 'I uosilny, October
11, INC 18.Mli Monthl) lirawlug
Cnpitnl Prize, $75,000.
KO.OOtniiktlsat llvo Dollars Illicit.
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LIST OP I'HIZIIS
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1,W7 Prizes nmnunllnK to $m MX)
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full nddress POSTAL NCH'M, lixpruss,
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