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TOATIOSTAk KEPUBLIOAX; QATtTRPAY MOmQNOyiSMBEBsyiBS.
THE ANCIENT MINER,
DATS WHEX MOJIET WAS FBFE ASD THE
DOTS ITEM! FIUSHX
Proaptctlitf riaied Oat-Jadga MtCorasi and
lilt Hiriltren-The Little Hamlet or Shall.
pear Arlteaa Diamonds raddy Casjs
Lick-A Ilannlig Talk Abonl Eierjthlm.
OnoAN Minino Camp, N. If., Oct, CO.
"OWe mo unit whUly straight, and bo
quick about It," nd tho ipcaker, nn old,
Ctlctled, tall, gaunt mail, dresnod In tbo
traditional blno ihlrt, "O K" boots, and
copper-rWotod ororallJ of tho "honost
miner," throw 1li blankets In a cornor of
Johnny Shryook'i ealoon in tho ltttlo
mining town of Orgau, Dona Ana county,
and braced hlmiolf against tho counter.
"Had any luck, 0 cor go!" quoiled tho
."Luck 1 Why, I tell yo, tho fooncr a
man glvci up looking ror nnyimnK in
this country now tho better for his hoaltli
and hit pocket. Prospecting Is played
mil A follow can't set a erub-itako.
and If ho does find anything ho can't
"Han'a that)" asked the scrlbo. who.
thirsting for Information, had Joined tho
jtroup ana wisely nn mora up, as pre
liminary to tho lniortion of tho inqulsl'
"Well, yo see, no man will buy a pros
pect nowadays, no mattor how rich assays
tn rnt ant of It. and oxoortl won't look
at uothln' that hasn't got a huodrcd.foot
shaft on it. It costs money to elnk a
hundrod-foot shaft; an' prospectors ain't
got no monoy, or what llttlo thoy've got
tuoy blow In for whisky. It wasn't al
ways so. I remember when I camo into
New Mexico ye could sell anything as
t- .1 ,.-..l. m. .nil nlnlrt ttlftt
aowcu miaosui, yu, uuu unu ...
sorer showed a bit of mineral on tbom,
either. Bhakspcaro was about as uvoiy a
camp then as thore was In tho Urrltory
lereral hundrod tnon living nway up,
work for all. whisky 2 bits a drink, "rust
lors' whoopln' 'or up OTory now on' thon,
and a mw for hroakfast about ones a
weok. Thore were thirty burled In tho
graveyard thore, an' every one of tlum,
bar ono, died with his boots on."
"And tho ono who dlod with them offi"
inqnlrid the barkeopnr.
"Wus a baby as didn't Hto throo hours
after 'twas born. There woro two mining
con.panles nt work there. On was tho
Bhakspcare Gold ond Silver Mining com
nnnv. un' 1 ilnn'L rccolluct the namo of
thu othor concetti, only Orntz Brown, of
Missouri, was at tho head or It. lie nnu
a young chap nnmod Gibson lookln' after
Mi Interests nt Shaksntaro. an' ho was
slnkln' a abaft whon the water camo In so
fast he allowed as tho men couldn't work
unless It was pumped out. So op Gibson
goes an' writes to old Brown for leavo to
get a donkoy pump. Brown writes back,
'By all means got tbo pnmp, and as to tho
donkoys uso your own discretion as to
wnetnaryou win niro tnomor ouy mom
outright1 Never saw a man madder nor
Gibson was when ho got that lettor."
"Shakspoaro, that was a quoor namo to
call a mining camp," romarkod tho scribe.
"It came around this way. Shakspoaro
was a very old camp an' had uovor
amounted to nothing. Ilalston, tho Cali
fornia bankor, started a California outfit
there about 1872, and tho camp was called
Ealston aftor him. It cost a eight of
money, was a dead falluio, and was aban
doned in a couplo of years. So tho St.
Louis pooplo thought it Just as well to
change the old namo.
"It was in Shakspoaro or Ratstnn, as it
was then called, that Arnold and ono or
two pards put up tho Arlroua diamond
Job. Arnold was from Kentucky) wasn't
a man of much education, but as smart as
they make them. Ho went over to
London, and mado a salo of tho mines
thnra wasn't a twentv-foot hole on ono
of them for $1,000,000 to somo Eng
lish capitalists. There was a young cnap
employed as asiayer of tho outfit, who
thought ho ought to have a dlvy in tho
business, but Arnold didn't sco It. Tho
young fellow thon goes up to San Fran
cisco to get out of tho way of tho boys,
and writes a letter to tbo London Times,
which burst up the wbolo sale. Tho
Englishmen had put up a forfoit, though,
and Arnold went over to Amstordam an'
some of them other foreign cities whoro
diamonds nro cut, and bought a lot of
them with flaws in them and a few real
good ones. IIo got a man named Ilar
pendlng as partner, and some ground In
Graham county, Arizona, was salted with
tbo diamonds. Prospecting parties wore
organized and sent out with Arnold as
guide, and found diamonds everywhere
they dug. A company was formed In
'Friscoe, with George D. Roberta, Ral
ston, Ilarpondlng, and Arnold as mana
gers, and tho papers ware full of tho now
diamond iloldsof Arizona, but it didn't
last long, though it took in evon tho ex
perts for a time, and Arnold made a nico
itako out of It."
"How was it exploded ?"
"Well, Claronce King, I think it was
went down to oxamino tho find, an' it
struck him as mighty qucor that it was
tho most impartial diamond fiold ho had
ever seen or heard of. Tho diamonds
represented all parts of tho world where
such thincs are found. Klnir collected a
fow of them an' submitted them to ono of
tho best working Jowolers inow York,
an' tbo Jeweler reportou Mat every ono
of them bad been cnt an' a fow of them
half pollshod, and that nature hadn't act,
hand, nor part in it. King so reportod,
and that was tho last of 'tho vast diamond
fields of Arizona,' as tbo newspaper fel
lers called them. Arnold, though, got off
with a darned good stake. When Roberts,
Ilarpondlng, aud tho rest tried to get him
to ovon np he told the public they woro
as deep in tho mud as ho was In the mire."
Uoro your correspondent, thtnkingthat
there was.'in the languago of tho govern
ors of the two Carollniu, "a long tlrao
between drinks," set them up again, and
tbo "honest miner" continued: "Thero
was no discount then about selllit' any
thing. There was poor Judge McComus,
who brought his young family out from
St. Louis only to have Gon. Crook's pets
murder them In Thompson's canyon. Ho
wasamanforthe broken prospector to tlo
llrt thought If ho bought a hundrod claims
au one of them turned out good It would
inoro than pay for tho rest, lllslogiowas
good, but bo kinder took too many chancos.
Why, when follows woro Just round
tho camp 'twas n common saying
'bovs, let's go out and ruuko a location for
McComai.' Tho Judge would buv any
thing, for small prices, of courso, $200 or
$300, but $10 would havo bcon away up
for many a barren led go rung in on lilui.
I novor saw such an cxcltemeut as tbo
killing of tho Judgo on' his family made
in Grant county. Every man turned out
to hunt tho led devil's, an' after tbo usual
course tbo soldiers stood botwion tho
friends of noor McCorn.is an' the red.
devils whoso hands woro red with his and
his ftmlly's blood. Tho soldiers allowed
thein to oscano into oiu Jlc :ioo. anu iiww
of tuoni who wero mow on u.u irnu luuuu
a ready wolcomo ut tho Ban Carlos reser
vation." "Seeuin tn me," bruko In tho Iwrlicoiur,
"that vhu folks who novoi te nn Indian
outside a tobacco hto.-c, whwo he neat?-
fully oilers thorn a cigur an a womlen
dummy, undoistaud better than in. what'
tbo people on tho fruutior wint from tho
government, xuoy on!) asK lair piay.
They want that whou an Indian murders
n man ho should he litmid, tfter a Jury
trial, Jut like a whilu' man, an' they
want s lion he stents that re should bo
eout to tho ci'Umyjail nrtlioiinnltjntlnry
like a white iu in. Now, ho can go right
up here to South Furl mi' .et ou tho
Meacalero reservation, mi' Mnj. Llewellyn
will rccoho him with open arms, though
fully aware that he has buen out on tho
warpath kllliti' all boforo him. A lot of
Victoria's umrdorlug gang aro ou
Llewellyn's reservation to-day, an' the
red-handed killers of tho McComas family
are protected by Gou. Crooke's righthaud
man, Cant. Crawford, at Kan, Carlos."
"It klndor makes mo mad to talk
about thu Indians, anyhow," said tho
miner, "an' as tboy're all rounded up
Just now, I feel like tho nigger soldier
in tho Dth cavalry, who allowed that ho
wasn't lookln' for Indians, 'cuuso ho
haijn't lost any, Indians Is plson, no
tbo only good Indian Is a doad pue,"
"Do prospectors ever salt mines?"
dellcatoly queried your correspondent, to
change the subject.
"Sometimes; but as a xulo they're a
darn ilffht mere honest nor mlno owners.
Sometimes a follow mixes rich oro with
his nro dump, or builds up good ore in
the heart an" blows It out with a itlca- of
giant, but now this takes In no ono but a
tenderfoot. Sometimes a fellow starts In
prospecting without ever seeing a mlno
or knowlnff what oro Is. and can't toll a
good thing when ho has it. Did yo over
hear of the original discoverer of tbo
Toughnut mlno at Tombstone?"
Universal Ignorance having boon ex
pressed, no continuous
"Well, he was a regular tondorfoot from
way back, and was workln' with two
pards on the claim, an' ono day ho came
up from the bottom of the shaft an' says
bo, 'Boys,' said ho, 'I'm played out, I
ain't got no moro heart in this racket. I
allow as long as I was striking anything
like oro I'd stand it out horo, may'yo
spit on my grave If I ain't working bcos
wax,' an' ho showed hlnpardsa ploco of
rock thickly covered with a brown sub
ttanco as did look uncommon like wax.
'Will ye take $300 for your sharo?' said
ono of his pards, 'Bot yor swcot life I
will,' and so the stuff was handod ovor,
tho quit. claim dood mado ohi, an' tho
tondorfoot lost a fortune. Tho thing ho
took for beeswax was chlorldo of slvor an'
tho rock went $15,000 to tho ton. Tell
ye straugor, It alu't overy man's a Judgo
"Why," obsorved tho barkeopor,
"flndlu' good claims Is more luck than
anything olso, and the moro n man knows
of regular formations an' all the stuff of
tho mining schools mo poorer prospocior
ho makes. Tho truo prospector has only
ono rnle, an' that Is that gold ond silver
are Jast whero yo find them, an' not
whoro tho books an' colleges say thoy
should bo. Why, one of your so-called
exports could have gono ovor Leadvllle
for years an' never found notliiu. Alio
old location notlcos didn't rocognizo such
a thing as a deposit. It was always a
lend, lodo, or voln. Now it's load, lode,
voln, or deposit. Tho men who mako tho
hits ain't tho mon as studios books, but
thorn ai studies nature, Thoro was
Faddy Casey up in Colorado. Ho made
over $3,000,000, ou' didn't know moro
about geology nor a blind pup does of
"Vs, ho wai a charactor," struck In
thu "honest minor." "They had a play
on tho atago up In Denver, in which he
was represented stundln' over n shaft and
balling tho men at thu bottom, 'How
many of yoes aro below)' he yolls out.
Three,' cries a volco from the shaft.
'Well, lot half of yo como up on' havo
yeos whisky." Ho wasn't nobody's fool
for all that."
"Not much." resumed tho barkeopor.
"Evorhear or how ho got oven with tho
shark Alocks down in Chicago?"
"How was that?"
"It camo about In this wlso: Paddy
thought ho would havo a good tlmo, an'
he lit out for Chicago. He put up at tho
Palmer liouso, and nothing would do him
but tho bridal chamber. Whllo staying
at the Palmer soma sharp grain operators
got hold of him an' induced him to put
$500,000 Into wheat, which ho lost in no
timo, as it was Intended ho should. IIo
knew woll he'd beou 'cinched,' but Paddy
novor 'squoalod,' but took hlsmodicluo
like a little man. Ho wroto off to his
managor in Leadvlllo to send him a dis
patch that a body of oro of immenso rich
ness had been struck in ono of bis mlnos,
and to come back at onco. Tho telegram
was to bo dlrocted caro of tho grain firm.
Paddy believed thorn rascals enough
to open it, an' ho wasn't disappointed. It
was onened euro onounh an' nover deliv
ered, but next day 'longcamothosmartlos
an' offered him $500,000 for the mine. Ho
wouldn't tako less uor a million an' a
half. Thoy sec-sawed round for two
days, an' thon with the help of sonio
bankers paid the money an' mado the
sale. When thoy sent out their exports
to look at tho mine there wasn't $10,000
in sight 1"
"Those wero the good old days," said
the ancient minor, with a sigh, .as he
shouldered his pack of blankets. "I must
be starttn'. Brace your stomachs at tho
bar." Wo "braced," and as tho old pros
pector disappeared on tho main etroot wo
hugged tho stovo a llttlo closor and gazed
on the drizzling rain without.
A Good Scheme
Charleston Acus .
At a recent wodding roceptlon In South
Carolina a yonng lawyer beggod leavo to
offer a new scbome of matrimony, which
he beliovcd would bo benoflclal. Ho pro
posed that "one man In tho company
should bo selected prosldent; that this
prcsidont should be duly sworn to kcop
ontlroly eocrot all communications that
should bo forwarded to blm in his official
departmont that night, and that oach
unmarrlod gentlomam and lady should
write his or her namo on a ploco of papor
and undor it the name of tbo porson they
wished to marry, thon band It to the
president for inspection, and if any gen
tleman and lady had reciprocally chosen
each other the prosldent was to inform
each of tho rosult, and those who
had not been reciprocal In tholr cliolco
kept entirely secret." After the appoint
ment of tho prosldent communications
wero accordingly handed up to tho chair,
and it was found that twelve young ladles
and gentlemen had made reciprocal
choices, but whom thoy had chosen re
mained a socrot to all but themsolvos and
the prcsidont. I was passing through tho
amo placo a fow days ago, and wus in
formed that oloven of the twelve matches
had beon solomnlzed, and that tho young
gentlemen of eight couples of the eleven
had declared that their d I Hid onco was so
great that thoy cortalnly should not havo
addressed their respective wives if tho
abovo scheme had not been Introducod.
Only Needed to Start the Conversation,
Eehoboth Sunday Herald.
Robinson (after a long whist bout at
tho club) "Its awfully late. Brown.
What will you sty to your wlfo?" Brown
(In a whlspor) "Oh, shan't say much,
ynu know Good morning, dear, or some
thing of that sort. Sho'lt say tho rodt."
It is strango that a campaign of mud is
intonded to throw dust in pooplo'a oyos.
ii'tii' York Journal.
Gail Hamilton seems to havo beon an
adopt iu casting her rancor to windwind.
Gou. Logan has beon known to spit the
nholo length of an l'varts sentence
Z.ouI.H'i( Cuurlei -Journal.
"That just in my lyln I" oxclnlmed a
democratic lawyer, when ho uikui iu
tako tho stump for Cleveland and Hend
ricks in Illinois. Hurlington Vrce Pi .
Mary Walker is dolug nil nho can to
dofoat Belvn Lockwood. Miry eys p!io
will kiss every man who votes for llolvu
I This settles tho Lockwood liasii.-flalKJ-
Mr. lllalno Is froilior thnn whon ho
luft tills city," 8ya tlio Now York Mail.
Mr. lllalno bas uoror bcon moutlonoil a.
a perioii lnclttnic frmUuoas. .outs,il'i
Wh-it must liavrt Icon tlia omotloai of
'-' tho vouorablo Simon Ciauroti when l.o
heard that on, urant lul .ii'inully
como "ono of tliom d d literary fcllorj,?"
Kiinsa City star.
Ou tlio morning attar the oloctlou tbcro
;ill bo many nil :iclili).( lioart, but no
man's sorrow will bo moro bitter than
that of tho country editor who li.ia iu.
vostod i'i Iu t lIumliiK wood cut which ho
eauuot use. Cnu'ii.nfi lluiet-Star.
In ono of Ins spi'oclica in Illinois DltUno
thuiikod l).ild Vivln Ifnr tho "uroat
wolRbt be hail thrown lin favor of tho
party." As David weighs a llttlo ovor
:i00 pounds It will bo nfeon tbnt tho tat
tooed mini was Inclined td bo facetious.
iJualo A'om. '
Mr. Hendricks U Rrbwlng pathetio
toward tlio ond of tbo canrWlKii. IIo now
Informs his followllooslrs that "on tho
Uli of November lio wanted tbo strong
arms of Indiana round anil about him to
support him. As Mr. Itoudrlcks lias
hltborto boen able to utaudlatouo this ap
peal may bo regarded as in anticipation
of a total oollapie on olelttou day,-
AFJTA1IIS IX ALASKA.
Tli Neir Governor Annates Control
Chnngf In ttie Commercial anil Mtn
I up; Interests,
Lieut. Comdr. n. E. Nichols, In a dis
patch to tho navy departmont datod
Sitka, Bept. 15, says that Governor J, 11.
Klnkcad had arrlvod and assnmod all
control of Alaska. No proclamation was
Issuod, Commandor Nichols caused a
salute of sovonteen guns to bo flrod in
honor of tho new governor, and withdrew
all military control horetoforo oxerclsod
in tho district by tho naval forces. An
olllcial visit, tho commander says In a
later dispatch, has been mado by Gov
ernor Klnkcad to Klllisnoo. Juneau, nnd
Wrangcl, the principal villages In tho
district. From Klllisnoo a largo amount
of herring oil Is sont to Portlaud and Ban
Franrisco. It is manufactured by tho
Northwest Trading company, which em
ploys about thirty whlto mon, as many
Chinamen, and a largo number of
Juneau Is still tho only Important min
ing location in the district. Tho plncor
mines seem to bo pretty well exhausted,
tho principal attontlou balng glvon to
prospoctlug for quarts. Less than fifty
miners are now working lu tho placors of
the basin. Wrauzol has about lost tho
importanco it onco had ns tho port of
entry for British Columbia. Trading
thoro is not oxteuslvo.
Tho homo for Indian girls, undor tho
Prosbytorlan board of Missions, was ro
tnoved in Boptember to Sitka, whoro a
building is being constructed for its oo
cupaucy. Thero Is another homo for In
dian boys and girls at Wrangol, which Is
iudopendont of tho board of missions nnd
is nnder tho control of Mrs. Young, wlfo
of tho Itev.-S. Hall Young, a Prosbytorian
missionary at that place, Tlio wintor
had already sot In and consldorablo snow
had fallon, but no hard gales had yot been
THE NU'VYSIIOYS' JIAIIVEST.
They Turn In n. Clear S'i n Day by a
"Woll, It's boon a good wook for us,"
said a small boy as ho divod down into
his pockot to make chaugo for a dimo
tondered in chango for an oventng papor
yesterday, "l'vo sold a good many pa
porsdurlng the past few days, and reckon
that I'm about $15 ahead."
"Do all tho papers soil good?"
"In oiectlon times thoy does; wo don't
mako as much as you'd think on thoso
extra editions, but still I mako some
thitiir. l'vo sold aoven oxtrj editions to
day, and my profits is $2. Tho morning
papers soli best, for people want to know
abuut the news as soon as thoy get up,
I've sold ovor GOO copies of tho morning
papers myself since Tuesday, and I don't
care how long it lasts. Wo don't got
much sleop now, I havo had only four or
five hours sloop since tho election began,
but then what 1 mako pays back for tho
loss of sloop."
'Abo boy ran ou, ana as mo reporter
started away ho heard two boys crying
the fifth addition of an aftornoon papor.
Tho roportor bad Just purchasod the fourth
edition, which was damp from tho press,
aud wondorod at tho onterpriso of tho
A man callod tho boy and purchasod a
papor. As tho boy startod away tho man
called, "Say, boy, this is only tho fourth
"Yes, sir," said thoboy from a distance,
"that's the fourth, just out. It was tho
othor boy calling tho fifth edition."
SUICIDE OF A SICK MAX.
Forced to Quit Work lj- Falling
Health, He Cuts Ills Tliroat.
At 4 o'clock yostorday morning Gcorgo
W. Adraan, a bricklayer, living at No. 60
Dofrees alley, committed tulcldo by cat
ting his throat from ear to ear. Tho
liouso is a small dwelling In tho alloy,
and the only other occupant was his
sister. Tho latter was awakened by a
noiso mado by her brother, and when she
went to his room ho was dying. Dr.
Street was summoned, but tho man was
dead whon ho arrived. Tho sulcldo was
ovldently a dollborato ono, for aftor cut
ting his throat he had etood ovor tho
bucket and let tho blood flow into It.
Tho bucket contalnod a groat quantity of
blood. Tho deceased had beon HI for
eonio time, and ho suffered from depressed
spirits, Ho was forniorly employod as
a bricklayer ou the new pension ollko,
but was compelled to quit by reason of
Throngli Sleeping Car Service to the
Soittli, vl L'eniiijlvnllla Ilallroatl.
The passongor department of tho Penn
sylvania railroad announces that a BulTot
sleeping car will bo run from Now York
to Jaoksonvlllo on tho southorn night
express, leaving Now York at 0 p. m.,
Philadelphia at 12.20 a. in., Washington
at 0 a. m., arriving in Jacksonville nt 12
noon, iteturuing car win loavo jacKson
vlllo at 2:30 p. m., IElchmond 0:32 p. in.,
Washington 11:15 p. m.. arriving at Phila
delphia at 3:10 a. m., and New York at
U:40 a. io.
A Buffet slconor will bo rnn from Wash
ington to JacksonvIIl on thosouthern day
oxprcss, leaving Washington at i: 15 p. m.,
the returning car loavlng Jacksonville at
0 p. in., and arriving at Washington at ii
A BulTot slooplng car will be run from
Washington to Charleston on tbo fast
mall, leaving Washington at 11.01 n. m
arriving Charleston 4:55 a. m., and return
ing leavo Charleston at 3:15 p, in., arriv
ing Washington at 3:10 p. m.
Tho Tonug Mcil' Week of l'rnyer.
Tho last international convention of
the American Young Mon's Christian ns
sociatlous at Milwaukee, following tho
action of each previous convention slnco
1600, nppolnted the socond Sabbath in
Novombor of each year, with tho week
following, as a season of special prayer for
young men and Young Men's Christian
associations. Tho tenth world's confer
ence of tho association nt Berlin, Clor
mauy, In August last, following tho action
ofprovlous couforonres, mado a llko ap
pointment. Tho Young Mon's Christian
association of thU mty will havo spocial
sorvlcos at tho r'."Cis, 1409 Now York
avonuo, during tho ivoek of prayer, com
mencing with a meeting at 0 o'olock to
morrow morniug, and on ovory day
throughout the weok services will bo
held at noon and at G o'olock p. m. Tho
latter meetings will bo conducted by
clergymen of tho city. On Thursday
morning Thanksgiving day services will
In conducted by Mr. II. II. Warner, tho
president of tho association.
A New Mr for Clinrch Hells.
F, Ntcholls Crouch, author and composer
of "Kathleon Mavournocn'has composed
a melody, which he names "Htato
Chimes," for performance by Prof. Wld
down, of this city, on tho church bolls
that aro bolng sont to the Now Orleans
Exposition from Baltimore. 1'iof, Wld
tlowa playnd "Kuthleun Mavournoeu"
upon tlio bells In Ji.iltlmoro tbo othor
day for the scptcgenarlan composer,
whicU o plinsod him that ho eat down
and wroto tho now air.
A Chmtce for Prince.
Miss Klsa Yon Bluuicn, tho noted fomalo
bloyclo ridor, arrived In Washlugtnn yos
torday, and Is stopping at tbo National
hotel. Miss Von Blumon'a mmioso is to
arrange for a mutch, undor suitable handi
cap conditions, with tho champion rider,
John S. Prince, and aluo a match at flvo
or ten mllis ugalnst somo of our lucul
trotting horses. If the match or matches
aro agreed upon tho track at Athletia
paik will probably bo used,
The Flliauco Commlttco Itooms Open
Tho announcement that tbo rooms of
tho republican fluauco commlttoo had
bcon closod was erroneous. Thoy will bo
open for the transaction of busluoss until
the loth Instant.
Hmiul tour, need not last over thrco flays
now. It seems possible for any young couplo
to ituy lu loora for tbat lcnstli or lime and
tflllc abnnt tho lnnrlts nf Ur. Hull's Coui;!!
1 Sjrup, a itfo and pliaiaut remedy,
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AT CORRESPONDINGLY LOW PRICES.
Our Line of CARPETS, RUGS, and DRAPERIES
Inoludoo Evory Grado and AH tho Latost Doalgna.
$ Come and see
BTIrtDD IiriLIt On Wednesday, November
0, 1HH4, In lluffiilo, N. V., at the roslilenco of
Mr. Tiiomas'iiioiiraon. rather or the bride, by
the Itcv. o. v. cutter, Mr. Hamuf.i. b. hiixud,
or Washington, 1). u, to Mrs. Mmv li. Bell, or
rWttrYTSTviTT 4 A m Wi,iimIiu tt
1 884, Alick J. McWiiniiTEn, aged U4 ream nd
o momnB, mw oeioveu wu oi uto, x, c y uor
ter. of New York.
runcralwlll tako placo from residence, fll3
Kloientu street flouthwvst.Baturdny, Hovimber
8, at Up. m. Tilonda oi the family invited to
CAMPHnLL.-At 7-HO p. m.. Nov. 7, 1884,
Janb Camimikll, widow ol Daniel Campbell,
ajred 74 yenrs.
i'uncral (torn her late rctrlcnce. No, 239 First
treet soutbeaftt, on Monday, ov. 10, at 3
o'clock p. m. TrlendA ln Ited.
" R. SPiBARB,
04p F Street Northwest
J83T Everything strictly flrstclau and on tho
moit roasonablo torma,
Camp Chain to hire for all occaMona.1
TBMOVAr-JAMX BKLIiKW, UNDEIt
i taker, has removed his Waroroomn and
lleaUenco to tho southeast corner of U street and
Now Jersey avenue northwest. Kuropoanpas
ago and draft business f ontlnuod.
NEW AJD COMMOIUOU3 WAUICUOOll
No U25 Pennsylvania avenuo uortliweiu
jKij-Uoaldonco on tho premUoi.
M. W. GALT,
15RO. & CO.,
1 107 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Tho OrPftlest Inducoroont pvfr ofror&l to tha
clttnern of WodblnRton to AiruUli ttielr honiM by
n nmall outlay of nvth ond to bal inao In eaiy
weekly or monthly puymoutf. Wo bavo ttid
InrsCRt and best auortment of poods and tho
lou c Ht prtcea ol any buujo lu tbo city. Our atoelfi
coinprUed a lUU lluo of
CUAM.nl. I. lUllNITUttn AND FAHLOIt
Hi!. , .-
CAiti-ET" ATTINfl' 'tr.cr.oTii'j, nnoa,
ClUWJllKN'S ' AUitlAUE
rlEB ANU MANTllLOLA-Mlii, CLOCKS, 4a.
arncan's Is tho Lareost Installment Furnlturo
nnd (Jarnet liouso Ui tuu Uultud 'jtutud, tormarly
tbo llluU, uu
Nl'.W VOrtTv AVTiS'tTT,
IIKTWBUK lllrUAllD 14Tm,rUbliilaK, W.
Stir Call beforopurcbastns clsen bero and aara
XTfAltD & CUKNIXOUAlf,
I'LUAinurts, oas and stkam FiTTurta,
413 cusvuMTii Brnuirr n. w.
iiooriNU.uu'rrnmNa, and srouriNa.
Special attention slvon to Furnaces, Latrobes,
Btovcs, Ilanscs, aud Qratca,
INK Dltiaa SHI UTS TO OllDF-It-
1'iNiRiinn and UNl'INiallED Bnirt
constantly on laud.
A 1 ULL, LINU OP llOSIElty aud MIJOK.
Vli.VH just received.
. a. W, CULluiJts AND CUPl'li
TIIOMrSON'S B1IIIIT FAOTOnT.
C1IAB. HYATT. rilOl'MKTOR.
lilU F Blreet. Opposite 1-uteut Ofllo
lOIt THE OAMI'AIQN.
Tim witiiKi.Y np.pmir.ioN
Caab, bad attbe counter of tba lluilu,s Onto
In wrapped ready At uaUlua,
1 Italian Marble-Top Dressor, Glass 1
1 Italian Marble - Top Combination
Wash Stand, with Brackets.
1 Italian Marble-Top Table.
4 Walnot Chairs.
1 Walnut Rocker.
1 Towel Rack.
Our Bargains before purchasing elsewhere.
m w wrawintvtf
Wi MAHLK & Pi
THAT WlLL WELL REPAY Ajf
THE BEST SAFE
MARVIN SAFE CO.
NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA,
A. C STEVENS, Agent,
REMINGTON ARM3 AGENCY,
819 Penna. Avenue, Washington, D. O.
-nr Ji HAiiiiovEii.
, Manufacturer of
bTOVES, UANUKd, AND I'UIlNAOE's,
And dealer lu
WATHIt COOLEIIS and ItEWlIOEItATOliat
813 7TU BTIIEET N, W., NEAIl 1'A, XVK,
WASUUtQlON, D, a
House Urnixmriva Cftnni.
jiousn jrunyrsiriva (rinnt.
Carpets and Upholstery Goods,
Window Shades &. Fine Furniture,
Wo are now maUni Otm RE5II-ANMUAL
And Invito np-rlal attention tn ourBilnerbHtock
of i,'AH1'I:t. wblcb lu ariuty of dishrn and
lulorlnecaunot bo hurpaased by any bouse In tbo
city. Wo i rumerato t
MOOIIETTE, TAPISTItY VELVET, BODY
iiiiuwMLr,H, TAiT.sriiv nnussEia,
INllltAIN, AND TIIIIEIMVLY.
RUGS OH 1JVKHY DESCItlPrlON AND AT
In Our Upholstery Department
ohave ctertrhlnztobofound at a flrot-cltLM
cntabtLilimcnt, includtDic Window CurtntnM and
hliU'H of t'viry flMtcrl.itlon, tnoilu'r with un
i:iocniit nud IK'UUllrul Llnu ut LACU CUH
IN PINB FURNITURE
Our fctoek imt bo ppon to tm ftpprcclntcd It
nuhn.coM nil the rinoit (loods In tho Murk.it, ull
of thy ucw i nt diaija und taado lu tho woit duia
J'AIU nilALINQ ANU LOW MUCUS RUL1S
wash. n. willtams,
317 Noirnfll Siront.
No. 317 Ko I'll III Sir f ft.
Ao. UJi l.milNliinn Avonnr,
Anil Ao. Oil) l Ntroet.
PETERSEN & CHILDS,
813 MARKET SPAOB,
IIUOI, M ATS, OILt. LOTUS, rOHTUHNE.
MATTINlls. LACU I'UltTAlNri,
llAHSOClts, At W1MIOW
HUADliS A rt.'f.ClAl.TY.
Wo keen only tbo bost cradM of Tltglow, WI1.
tons, and lludy llruss In, Minttb'a Moatieitw.
Ttoxlmry uud Hmlib's 'lapestry Urussela and
Hartford A Luut'l! lUKralas.
Having recently fitted np
Iu connection with myTATENT 1'HOOBU.t
am prepared to flirulsb
ILLUSTHATIO.NH VOl NEWill'ArElW AT
41B Klovenib btreot Wortbuest
JOHN It. KELLY.
Dealer In First Class
UEEI', IAMIl. VEAU MUTTO.T, .to,
corued llcef a Booclalty.
Htalls 02S, OiO, find (MO Center Market, Nlntb
street wlm;, and 110(1 and -ui Northern Liberty
Market, or addreas Uoa,71, Oltr I'ostollloa,
MarkuuidellTeredl(eoicbariet) all part
on. to b0
fjln nn article, In' atyclcgant, ;
" rllion.,ruplt Into ',fiomo(advortISo;
wont that-Vo nvoldall'such, i
"Andelniply call attention to tho 1
morits of Hop Bitters lnas pluln.,
hqnost lorms'ns po.'slblo, ,;r '
"To lniluco pooplo
"To give thorn ono trial, which, bo
provoa tholr vnluo that thoy will1
novor uso nuythlnfc else."
Til IUmidt o faromblr notlesd laall
Ilaltglous tnj secular, t
" lUvlnr a Urge ulo, anil Is tupplantlng all
"There l no denying the vlrttioi oi the, Hop
p'ant, and the proprietori of lion Hitters hare
ehownnMotihrottducH and ability
"In compounding a medicine whoie tlrtuea
aro to palpable to crerj one's obrnwatlon."
' Did BhoDlo?
" Bho lingered nnd stiflbrod alone,
pining awny all tho tlmo furyoars."
"Tho doctors doing hor no cood:"
"And at last was cured by this
Hop Bitters tho pnpars say bo much
about I" . i
Indeed I Indcod 1"
"How thankful wo should bo for.
"Klovon years oar daughter lsufi
forod on a bod of misery,
" From n complication of kidney, '
liver, rheumatic troublo and Nervous)
" Under tho caro of tho best physi
cians, "who gavo her dlsoaso various,
" But no relief,
"And now ehu Is rostorod to.usin
good health by as slmplo a remody
as Hop Bittern, that wo had shunnod
for yours boforo using it." This Pa-
Fathor la Getting "WolL
"My daughters suy :
" How much better father Is slnco
ho used Hop Bitters."
" Ho Is getting well aftor his long
sufluring from a discaso declared In
curable." " And wo aro so glad that ho used
your .Bitters." A LAnif op Uiica,
an- Nona ccmilno without a buneh of crton
Hops on the whlto luboL Shun ull tho vllo,
poisonous stuff with "Hop" or " Hops" la
-r. x i
Pvf'd Aud. lolfl, l87. ,
K I TnI
n purine? tea
SOLD BY ALL OROCERC.
JOHN F. & CO..
937 Penna. Ave.
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