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THE EVENING POST, MONDAY, OOTOBEK 29. 18SS.
3 The Evening Post. MINIMI POINTS IX IDAHO. rroaliccU tlmt Ciiplliillsls Mlc-lit rroflt iiliiy lnvcstlRiiln mill IJotolnp. Special Correspondence of The Kvculng 1'ost, Couucll Valloy, Idaho, Oct. 18. Although this valley Is settled with agriculturists tn tlroly, Iho mlnoral belt of Northern Idaho In within easy reaching distance, so that many of tts, between planting tlmo and harvest, ami bo twecu harvest tlmo anil snow, make prospect ing trips Into tho mountains and adjacent valleys. I say within "easy reaching distance," for tho Ilornot Creek unlnini: district Is within twelve miles, tho Seven Devils mining district within thirty, that of Somcra and lluth and tho mineral district wltliln twciilMlve. All theso ere to tho north and west, acccsslhlo within n few miles by good country roads. Tho better Itnown districts of ltapld lllver, Warren's, Alton, and tho gold placers In Long Valloy, nto from fifteen to sixty miles olT, on tho north and cast. Long Valley Is drained by tho l'nyctto lllver, as this vnlley Is by tho Welter, iho two running In a general direction parallel with each other. lnogrniilto ronco 01 mountains aopuriuiui; us from Song Valley Is seamed with many small veins of quartz mostly of a micaceous Character, whlcli In somo places, especially ntong tho rldgu In which risen tho Middle 1'orK of tho Weisor lllver, become laigo enough In, nfford mica of mcrehanlablo sizes, say Oxll Inches. In other places tho quartz Is jion-mlcaccous, and carries tho precious mctttls. Bo far as discovered! however, tho volus aro not largo enough for our pcoplo to work profitably, owing to their limited moans. Tho Beven Hovlls country affords a speci men of tho wildest hind of mountain scenery, l'oaks of from 2,000 to 0,000 feot high aru tho rule there. 'f boy run up at an aniilo of 45 to 00 degrees to sharp points, and to get around among them damrerous horso trails have to bo ' used exclusively." Kvcu tho construction of wagon roads will havo to bo postponed until tho undoubted wealth of tho mountains In copper, Iron, uold and silver attracts tho capi tal necessary to their development. This season tho prospector has "scratched" this tllsttlct further north than before, ami ropoits huvocomo luof quartz ledges from six to twclvo feet In width, carrying gold and silver, but lu such lnaccesslblo places that at present nothing cau bo done with thcnii As this letter Is uolther a geological nor u mlncraloglcal report, It will bo sufficient to tell about tho beauties of tho gold placer dis trict of Northern Long Valley, This valloy Is only seventy-flvo miles long. Its Southern euu auu central portion comprise kuctiiiiuu lands of raro promlso and present fertility It Is only within ten years that wlilto pcoplo could 6afely locate In that valley, and, when one sees tho luxurianco of tho bunch grass and tho frequent occuncnco of thoso delight fully cool, purb and sparkling mountain feed cis to tho l'ayctto lllver, ono can hardly won der ut tho persistency with which "I.o," tho poor Indian, hung on to this natural garden spot of Idaho. Tho Northern cud begins to mow grandeur of scenery. North of tho l'ayctto Lakes rises tho old (iranlto Mountain, of a leueth that would entltlo It to bo called a ranco of mountains anywhero else, and rltlne fiom foothill slzo to 7,000 feot. On tho East aro tho bare, rugged granlto peaks, supposed to belong to tlio great Sawtooth (aptly named) laugo of mountains. In theso rise tho jiomucr auu uoiu rorK greens, ou miuou lunks aro placers that pay $5 to $7.r0 per man per day lu gold worth 17 an ouueo. Tho west eldoof Long Valley at this point Is a formation of wash gravel lu bonches, rising to tho foot-hills with plowablo land on top, re sulting from the decomposition of vegetable matter. Tho foot-hills aro well tlmbcicd with pine, under tho shado of which a prospect holo fifteen feet deep will show "colors" of gold from tho top to tho bottom. It will bo understood how rudimentary has beeu tho digging for gold hero when I say that bed rock has not been struck yet ou tho west 6ldo of l'ayetto lllver. Tho reason for this, and tho lack of moans of minora in this vallay Is, that they aro entirely dependent upon streams formed by tho melting of tho winter's snows for tho water necessary for sluicing purposes, i'or sixty or ninety dayo In tho spring theso places pay about three dollars per day to tho mau. It Is very exasperating to stop working for want of water here, whllo the great Fayette lake, twelvo miles long and from half to three quarters of a mllo wide, lies smiling and rlp plluglu full view. A modcrato cxpcndlturo of raonoy would furnish water enough to work all theso claims, by tapping tho feeders to tho lako high up in tho mountains, and conducting tho waters by a ditch to tho placo whoro It would do tho most good. If somo of your bondholders would tako their summer vacations out hero. Instead of risking their lives on tho ocean, these things would bo seou and admired Instead of tho worn out scenery of tho ciTcto monarchies of Kuropo, and somo capital might bo diverted to mining and ditching investments In this vicinity to tho mutual advantago of tho bond holders and ourselves, " Sen f NEWS OP TIIK DAY. Kcceut KvonU of Interest llollml Down for Itnsty Itcmllng. Tho whaling bark J. A. llowland arrived In San Francisco from Fox Island, In tho Arctic ocenn, Saturday, Slio reports thirteen whalors In tho Ice, with llltlo prospects of their being nblo to got out. Tho position of tho vessols was about httltudo 74 north, longltudo 171 west. Tho point Is about twenty miles from Herald Island and near the placo whoro tho Joannetto first oxpcrloncod a tlo-up and was afterward broken up and drifted north. There aro between fivo and six hundred men On tho tlo-up vessels, and unless tho Ico braaks up boford long thoy will not bo ablo to survive, as their provisions cannot hold out. A roller party was orgaulzcd at Fox Island and started for tho vessels. , Two ladles, both from Pennsylvania, and visiting their brother. A. McKluley, near West Liberty, Iowa, wcro Klllod Friday night by n Hiirlington and Cedar llaplds na6songer train. Their death was tho result of tho stubborn ness of n boy, who persisted In driving them across tho track when tho cnglno was almost upon them, Iho lad paid tho ponalty of his folly with his life. (Ion. Henry II. Clltz, United States Army, retired In l8fi, onaof tho best-known army officers In tho country, has been missing at Uftrnit, Alien., sinco last iiiursuay. jio una heen suffering for somo tlmo with nervous dis order!. On tho abovo day ho walked to school with his niece, and has not been heard from since, Tho appeal of Mr. James O'Kolly. Nation alist member of l'arllamont, against tho sen tenco of four months' Imprisonment Imposed upon him for violation of tho Crimes act, has been dismissed, but tho sentenco hag been re duced to two months, without hard labor. A report finds crcdenco that Empcior Wil liam will confer with l'rlnco lllsmarck over ft project for his Majesty' coronation ou mo 18lh of January, tho anniversary of tho dato upon which King William was created Em peror at Versailles. Count Tclekl discovered a lake, which ho named Hassanarok, duo north of Lako llor Ingo, cxtondlne from latitude 2.B0 north to 5 north, lying to tho westward of Lakes Sam bum and llassoiiebar. Two largo rivers from tho North and West cntortho northern part of tho lake. Tho II. Clausen fc Son Brewing Company WILLING TOJIIUHIIKSTEI). I)r. Well Fined I'lvo Dollars for Cursing rt Jewelry Auction .Mum A little, mlddlo-oged mail, with ferocious sldo whlskors nnd heavy gold-bowed spec tacles resting on a nose of decidedly Hebraic mold, stalked Into Iho Twelfth Street l'ollco Station on Saturday evening, nnd throwing his card on tho desk In front of Statlonltccper Itolllns, said! "I understand you havo a war rant for my arrest." Tho card was tho business card of Dr. Moses Well, tho optician, of 481 Pennsylvania avo nue, and ho said tho warrant was for pro fanity. With tho doctor was a pretty, demuro llttlo lady, whoso big gray eyes sparkled with mer riment at tho doctor's efforts to get arrested. She said nothing, but sat lu a chair and chuckled quietly to herself. Tho warrant was not thcro and tho doctor went away. Ho was, howovcr, arrested this morning on a warrant sworn out by tho keeper of a Jowolry auction shop ou tho Ave nue, Tho trial of tho caso In tho l'ollco Couit this morning dovcloped n bad caso' of business rivalry, which Is supposed to have been tho original causo of tho dlfllculty. It seems that Dr. Well on Friday went to his rival's placo of business, under tho Metropolitan Hotel, and cursed him In very bad English. Tho result Was a $6 lino, which tho Doctor paid. EDUCATIONAL. MT. YF.ltSON KKMINAllT.llOO, 1101, 1100, 1 HUM street and Ilia Klovotith stroet. Hoarding and Bay School for joting Indies and llttlo ulrls. , ... , Fourteenth year opens Wednesday, October tl, for reception of lioardlmc pupils; Thursday, Octobor -1, for reception of day pupils. .Mils, Ji..j. nu.Mi.H3, i-nncipai. T Hi: BEIIMTZ KCllOOIi OFMMIUAUKS. TEIIM8 DEGIN NOW. 723 14TH ST. N. W. TTISH IIALCII'S CIVIL SKnVICK INSTITUTK Ul AND HUMNr.b3 SUIIOUL, I'M! 1UU1 St n GREAT REDUCTION IV ywfiMTOlM UMiUX VUilllUeU) Owing to the lateness of the season and being compelled to ' make room for our fall goods, now Arriving, we have concluded to close 'out our line of Car riages at the following prlcesi $13 22 25 30 Carriages, Upholstered io Hush, $12 : .. a J5 18 20 at $25 t: 5 II' $35, $10 anil S45 (Jarringes, afew each, Those who have 'seen our Carriages will appreciate the above figures. These are all the celebrated "Heywood" make, with Adjustable farasols. Each Car riage warranted. DnUQS AND CHEMICALS. ' BUFFALO Lithia Water. -FOK- Bright's Disoaso of tho Kidnoys, Dis eases of tho Nervous System, tho Urlo Acid Diatliosls, Qout, Elioumatlo Gout, Elioumatism, Ronal (Jalouli and St ono in tho Bladder, Discasos of Womon, Dyspopsias, Elo., Etc, W. S. THOMPSON, 703 Fifteenth St., AGENT FOll THE DISTfltCT Of COLUM11IA. TTSrilKCKIIKSTKn ATTRACTIOH! OVKK A JIIM.IO.I DISTItmUTED. w. Open all tho year, examinations, Pupils prepared for all Tho Donth of MnJ. Itoblnsnn. Tho funeral of MaJ. Henry llobluson, who died at bis homo In Georgetown on Saturday, will tako placo to-morrow afternoon at 0 o'clock. MaJ. llobluson was ilttj-clght years of ago. Ho 6crved through tho war lu the Confcdorato army, and was ndjutant on (len. Lorlng's staff. In lb05 ho married Miss Susan Hclrnc, daughter of Mr. Oliver liclrno. ownor of tho Wost Virginia Sweet Springs, and Inheritor of tho cstnto of Mr. John II urn sldo of Now Orleans, which consisted of a number of tho largest sugar plantations lu the South. After the war, until a few years ago, MaJ. KooIiibou resided on his estate, Walnut Orovo, Monroo couuty, W. Vo., but had becu living In llaltlnioro until recently, when ho removed to Washington. Mis. llobluson dlod In Haiti more In January, 1872. Ma, lloblnson was a member of tho Maryland Club and tho Mer chants' Club of Hahlmoro. Mr. Edwin llob lnson of tho II. and O. It. It. In Baltimore, is his father, and several brothers aro icsldcuts of Georgetown. "Kit" Wright's Funeral. Tho funeral of Kdward 1). Wright, long ono of tho promlucnt young members of tho Dis trict liar, took placo this morning from his lato rcfcldonco, No. 311 Virginia avenue south west, at 8:30 o'clock. Tho remains were then" taken to St. Domlnlek's Church, where requiem mass was celebrated lu tho presence of a largo number of filondsot tho deceased. Mr. Wright died on Baturday morning. Ilo was 01 cnrs of ago. Ho was a leader of the young Democracy, and represented his Olstilct ut;SULouls In l&sM. Ho was admitted to tho liar In 1881, and has slnco that tlmo been In continuous practice. Consumption ended his life The Unlvorslty Nonrly l'lnlslicil. Bishop Kcano, tho rector of tho new Catho lic University, said In the courso of his sormon lu Baltimore yesterday that tho pooplo of tho country aro taklug tho work In baud, tho ro sults su far surpassing his most saugulno ex pectations. "Tho building is nearly llulshod, and thoy will bo la It next year. Tho amount subscribed at present Is $750,000, hut this Is iiHhrnltlcant in comparison with tho millions of dollars of tbo Johns Hopkins and Harvard an vcrsitlos. Baltlmoro Is good for $150,000. Crowning tho Ilnliomlnn Kin);, The order Issued by tho Imperial court of Austria that documents relating to tho cor onation of Klugs of Bohemia bo collated and Investigated is considered to Indicate Count Von Taofo's Intention to advise Emperor Francis Joseph to accede to the Czech's do mauds. According tn tho proposition sub mitted the coronation will boa puiely religious ceremony,- mvohlug no ro-cslpblWuneiit of tho constitutional rights of tho Buhcmluus. 'Hio proposal ploascs nobody. llroiiElit To lly n Shot, Oinccr Vaiscn.n arrested a man who gavo his iiamo as Samuel Mackuy ou Seventh street Saturday nlght,and a fileudotMaekay's, Kugono Olllord, cumo to his rescue Olltccr lllluy Injected himself Into the situation and arruttcd Gilford, who broke away and i an down the street until the oillcor II red u shot at hlra. Thoy both forfulted collateial lu tho l'ollco Court this morning. havo sold to George Sherman, John It. Klngsford and Isaac Uritcrinoyor, tbo repre sentatives of nn English Syndicate all their property on tho Eastern Boulevard and Forty seventh street, Now York city, the prlco paid being (,500,000. Messrs. Mlcluiol J. Coolaban and Howard Phillips, of this city, have rnado a hot on tho result of tho Presidential election. Involving tho shucking by tho loser of a cartload of oysters which are to bo eaten by tho winner and his friends. Thomas O. Youne, collector of watcrf rates In tho city government of Wheeling, W. Va., and prominent Hcpublfcnn, was drowned In tho Ohio yesterday whllo trying to shoot tho government nam in a siiiu. A young man who said ho was from Dover, Del., and gavo tho namd of a Benjamin Sauls bury, was 6cnt to Uayvlow Asylum yestorday, charged with being insane. Policeman Gcorgo W, Hutson, driver of tho eastern district patrol wagon, and John W. Davis, special ofltccr ou the waeon, IcnJcred their resignations last night and left their duties. It Is nfTlrlnllv stated that n SDoeial commis sion, to bo composed of seventy persons and to Include representatives of all parties, will bo appointed to framo a now constitution for Servta. A conference between tho German, English, Belgian and Italian governments Is probable, in which Franco will bo Invited to Join, to nr rango for the forcible suppression of tho Arab slavo trade. Mr. J. D. Shccnan, member of Parliament for East Kerry, was arrested at a meeting of Lord Keumaro's tsnnants Saturday for advo cating tho plan of campaign. Mrs. Abby A. Aldrlch, mother of TJ. S. Sen ator Aldrlch, of Hhodo Island, dlod in I'rovl- denco rlday last, agcu 7B years. John Guy Vassar died at Poughkcepilo, N. Y,y SaturdajMoornlne. Ho was the last of tho Vassar brothers, The leader of tho dervishes In Dongola has been poisoned. Ills death will retard tho ad vance of tho dervishes iu upper Egypt. Princoss Hclcnc, wlfo of Ooorgo Victor, tho reigning l'rlnco of Waldeek, died Saturday at Arolsen, tho capital of tho principality. President Carnot has Issued adecrco extend ing tho time for tho registration of foreigners to January 1, 1SS9. A banquet was given Saturday night In Paris to Gen. Boulanger. Eight hundred guests wcro present. Two thousand persons attended a monarch ist meeting at lours yestcruay, COXTlNUALIiY M1XK1) UP. Tvfii llrotlicrs Whom No Ono Could Toll Apntt. When Bailiff Kcndle shouted "Henry Haura ban and William Haurahan" down Into tho "holo" at tho l'ollco Court this morning, two young men came up dojecteuly and loaucu on tbo rail of tho dock. Tho larkv young lawyers lnsldo tho rail looked over, blinked their eyes aud rubbed them, and looked agatn, and concluded tuat that Kibt drink must havo made them seo double. For William and Henry aro each other's exact counterparts. Thoy both wore Uanncl shirts, and both woro starting llttlo mous taches. For Iho life of him tho calllft couldn't tell them apart, and the proscouting attorney and "Hlzzonor" wcro constantly gottlng them mlxod until ho told William tn stand In ono corner of tho dock and Henry In tho other. Thoy aro both Intelligent looking young Irishmen, and thoy have bcon In this country about threo years. They tramped hero from1 Bprlmrflold, Mass , arriving yesterday, and they haifno rlaco to go and couldn't find work. Thoy wanted to bo sent down as "vngs" and applied to Ofllccr Botand last night. Thoy woro taken to tho Twelfth Street Station-house and clven some thing to cat, and this morning lu the l'ollco Court they wcro sent down for sixty days. aEOUUKTOlTN imiYKUITV. (Established 1780.) CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC DEPAIITMF.NT. Clashes will bo resumed In tho I.OWEU SCHOOLS on THUIISDAY, SKITEMIIKU lit; and In the SCIIOOi". OF 1'llILO.SOl'llY ou ThursHav. Hflntombcr JO. EXAMINAAION'l FOR IINTHJ will take placo on Monday, September 10. Sf() yearly, payable auvance naii-noariiers, jiuu; TKKMH I)T scholars. lmll-vnnllr In nilrnnni: boarders, $300. For further particulars apply othorosident HAVKS8 nlcnABMi fl NORWOOD mTITUTK SELKOT SCHOOL FOIt ailtLS. Apply nt 1 107 Mass. ava, Mr. and Mrs. W.l). CAUI'.LL. Principals. 1'uplls received at any tlmo. M'UOSAI.P-Kl.LIS' SCHOOL, COltSKIt 31ASS. avs and 17th st, WooiitaRton, I). C. Second sosslon, Feb. 1 188S. Miss Cutchcnn's Kvcnlug Travel Class will begin Fob. 20, 1888. Tho first lecture on American Lltcraturo by Prof. Lincoln, Fob. 14, 1888. For Information address tho principal, MISS ANNA ELLIS. CARPETS. Opened and now In stock the most complete line of Carpctlngs In the city, embracing Ingrain, Tapestry, Body Brussels, Moquettes, Wilton, etc., at prlceB given AS LOW A3 ANY IN THE CITY. La m i SPENCERIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE, Throe entlro floors. National Hank of tho Itepubllo UulldlnR. cornor 7th andUsts.n.w Day and evening sessions. Youur men and women practically trained for scllsupport, and usoful lives. Flvo courses The I'rnotlral Hub! ness Course, Stenography, Type'Wrltlng and (iraphophnno, Fltman Shorthand, t'raetleal Enullsh llianohes, Dclsorto School of Ejpros slon. Stiiolastloyoar begins Mondav. Septom tcmhcrtl. Collefie opens for arrangements on and after Mono ay, August 27 Send for now 11 lustrated announcement. IIKNItir C. SI'ltNCKIt, LL.n., Principal. MUS. BAIIA A. BI'KNCKH, Vico-1'rlnclpal. L COLLEGE A5D KUIOOI. OF TELKnilANlI AHU TU'E. WHITIM!, O1081XTII 8THKET NORTHWEST, IXfarCtty I'ostofUoe, noopens 8EITKMUUH 10. Colored students not admitted. FHANC1S a. MAHTEN, Pres ident: O. K. UltNKlt, A. M. O. E., Principal: .T. C. WEEDON, Assistant! MISS II. II. WKIIt. Type-Writing. FURNITURE. Our Furniture Department now com plete with a large assortment of Parlor, Bed-room and Dining-room Suites, and a miscellaneous stock uneqtialed in the city. We have made a sweeping reduction in the prices of our Lace Curtains and Portieres to make room for our new fall goods. CLOTHING. H. D. BHRR, importer and Tailor. Fall and Winter Goods, All of tho Latost Novelties. ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOTCH SUITINGS, ' ETC., JUST ARRIYED. ,Mlt. I) Ann personally fits all garmontSmado In our establishment. 1111 Penna. Avenue. Ofllccr Handloy found William Lee, col ored, lying Insensible on Twentieth street, near 11 yesterday. He was revived and sent bourn in tho pollco ambulance, William Franklin and John lloblnson wcro, with a number of other negroes, oh structlng the sidewalk by the 0 Street Market house baturday night, and when Officers Trummell and I.arrabce told them tomovo thev didn't and wcro locked up. When searched at Iho Fifth Stroet Statlon-botua a rasinr was found In Fraukllu's pocket. Iu tho Pollco Court this morning their pcrsoual bonds wcro taken, English. Diagonals! Our stook of Wldo Wale Diagonals Is com plete Blacks, lllues. Drowns awl Grays. Wo mako thoso tn.Cutawar Suits, Hat braided, for S3U.no. Thoso aro genulno English Worsteds. Correct styles and porfoot fit guaranteed. WASH, B, ILLI1S, DEALER IN Fashionable Furniture, Carpets, Drapery AKII tll'lIOI.STT.UY tiOOUS, 317, 310, ail SKVKSTII KTItEKT, 033 AKlXm LOUIHIASA AVE., U32.031 AM) 0301 STllKET JOHN ELLS SCO., The Oldest and Largest Music House In the City, NO. 937 PK KiZE, NEAR TENTH STREET., Dealers in Pianos, Organs, Foreign and lusic, Music Books, Musical Rfler- Louisiana State Lottery Co. Incorporated by tho Inlslituro In 1 80S. for Educational and Charitable purposen, and Its fruuelilso mario a part of tho present State Con stltullon, tn 1H7U, by an overwhelming popular vote. , Hi Grand Extraordinary Drawings take place semi-annually (June and December), and Its Grand MiiiKlo Number Drawing tako placo on each of tho other ton month In tho year, and nro all drawn In public, at tho Acadomy of Music. Now Orleans, La. "It doheirby certify that inmpenUi the ar twigtintnlt for all tits itontliiy and lumt-aanual Draiclngt of the tomtlana State IMtery Gominy, ami In itrsoit imnaae and control the Dratclnnt themttlrfii. and thattliA muu nt eimditcAtd with honetty, falmett and In good faith ttncanl all jxir lift, and ice authorize the Company to vte thle cer, tifcate. Kith fae-elmllu of our tignaturts at achtd, tn its adcertlseinentir G. T. Beauregard, J. A.Early, COMMISSIONERS. We, tbo undorsUnod Hanks and Uankors, wl pay all prUes draw n In tho Louisiana Stato Lot teries, which may bo presented at our counters. It. M. WALMSLKY. Pros. La. Nat. Hank, r. LANAUX, Pros. Stato Nat. Bank. A.IlALDWIN.ITos. N. O. Nat. Bank. CAUL KoUIt, Pros. Union Nat. Dank Grand Monthly Urun Inc. at the Aoadomy or Stiislo, Now Orleans, TUESDAY, November 13,1883. CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000 100,000 Tickets at , iwi vuni iuis, c S'.': Twuntleths, SI LIST OF I'JIIZES. lt'lUZE OF $300,000 1 1300,000 ll'ltl.KOF 10(1 000 t 100.000 lritizEOF 50,0001! nu.ooo IPNIKtfOF 23.000W 5,000 1! PHIZES OF 1(1.000 are 20.000 olMttZKSOF 0,000 aro, 25,()i0 23 PHIZES OF 1,000 aro......... US.OOH 1001'ltlZLCSOF 600 are BO.OOO IHJOI'HIZESOF UOO are OO.ikio BOOl'HIZESOF -200 aro 100,000 American Sheet Musical Bnstruments and chandise of all kinds. Pianos for Rent or Sale at moderate prices and on accommodating terms. Pianos Tuned and moved by competent workmen. Telephone, No. 18. oeOm.wAfOm Twentr Dollars each: Halves, 810! Quarters, : renins, DRIFTING APART, And all because he "lost his grip" on the oars. JUST SO in trade. The merchant must keep ha business well in hand or it will drift away from him. Our grip this Fall is on Medium Weight Overcoats, Just what you want from this Too many styles to Lots oi good ones. Prices from $10 to $30, out. name. Copyrlshtod. GENT'S FURNISHINGS. mmnm. o.-- t- j .! ul..i im(,r"ii iwt HARBAN & BENNETT, 1410 ITo-w- Yorlc je-w-o. PIANOS. EDWARD F. DROOP, 025 TKSSA. AVE.NUE. Call and examtno tho largo stook of STEINIAY Halvatlon Oil Is n speedy anil, permanent euro for all pain, It extlrp.itoa the cause. New York city la America's metropolis; hor prlilo Is Dr. Hull's Cough Hj rup at M cts. M.liliH'iiuy Dairy U'liiroim." Vresh Alilciney Imttor, churiieil oveiy mui n Inuauil ilnllvciuil In J Hi, "Waul" pilut, I0. per II). Also cottage checao, LuttermllU and iwcet uillk,5o pcrut. Cicaw 15c, Dor lit. Common Sense In tho treatment of slight allmonts would savo a vast amount of titcknesa anil mlHory. Ono of Aycr's l'llls, tnkon aftoriliiiner,wlll assist Digestion; taken at night, will rellorn Constipation j tnkon at any time, will correct irregu larities of the Stomach and Bowels, stimulate tho Liver, and euro Sick Headache, Aycr'a l'llls, as all know who use them, aro n mild cathartic, pleasant to tnko, and always prompt and sntUfuctory lu their results. " I con recommend Aycr's l'llls uhovo all others, lmvlng long proved their value as a Cathartic for myself and family." J. T. Hess, Lelthsvlllo, l'a. " Ayor'H Tills have been In uso In my family upwards of twenty yrars, nnd liavo completely verified nil that is claimed for tlioiu." Thomas 1'. Adams, Ban Ulcgo, Texas, " I liavo usod A yer's Pills In my fami ly for Heron or eight years. Whenever 1 liavo an attack of liradiicho, to which I nm very subject, 1 tako a iloso of Aycr'a l'llls nnd um nlwnys promptly rollevod, I find them cmiullv Iwneflclal lu colds ; and, In my fnmlly, they nro used for bilious complaints mid other disturb miens wltliHiich good iiiToctthiitwoiiuo Iv, If over, havo to cull a pliyMrlan." If. Voiilllemo, Hotel Voullfoiu6, Biua toga Springs, N. Y. Ayer's Pills, rnKrApj'n nv Or, J. C. Aycr & 0., Lowell, Mass, Sold by ull Dealers lu Medicine, Oabler A Dro,, A. II. Chaso. Jltvrslmll A 'Wen dell. Wheolook, Decker & Bon, Urlggs, arovo- stoen culler ana omer PIANOS. rlanos sold on Installments, Kxchanffod, Itented, llopalred, Tuned, Moved, and btorcd. ORGANS, Shoot Muslo, foreign and domostle: Musloal indso.,otocoiistantlron liuiul. Banjo, (lultar, Jlumlolln, Violin and Cello Strings a specialty. wmw BEST IS BEST Thro' tho World. OUR FALL OPENING OF Dent's Gloves (No Bcoonds), Perrin's Gloves (No seconds), Fownes' Gloves AlTH0XfAT10N l'lUZKB. 100 Prizes of jnoo nro., mm aro , 101) 100 do do 200 aro., .-. TRKMINAL 1'IIIZBS. nonprtzosof $100 aro . VUU uo 850,000 110,000 20,000 00,000 E. B. BHRNUM St CO 931 Pennsylvania Avenue. 100 are oo.ooo y,lU4 THros, amounting to $1,051,800 Notb. Tickets Drawl ne Capital l'rlzos aro not ontltlod to ternminl Prizes, tFou Olud IUtxs, nr anylurthor Informa tion desired, write legly to tho undersigned, clearly atatlng your rosldenco, with stato. County, stroet and number. Mora rapid return mall delivery will he assured by your enclosing an Kiivelopi) bearing your full address. Send Postal Notes, Express Money Orders, of Now York Kxchanuo In ordinary leitor. Cur rency by Kxpress (at our enpouso) addnniod M. A. DAUriUN, Now Orleans, La. Address Itoslstcrcd Lottcrs to NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK, Now Orloans, Li. DrUrUtJCDThat tho prosonco of Gonorals rLlllL.luDLl lleaurevard and Kurly. who aro Inonanjoor the drawliiits, is a Kuuruutoo of ab solute fairness und Integrity that the chances aro nil equal, and that no one can possibly dl vluo what number will draw a Prize. "HKMKM1IBU, alo, thut tho payraont of ITIzaslsOUAItANTEKD UY FOIJIINATIONAL HANKS of New Orloans, and the Tickets are Blirued by tbo I'rosldout of an Institution, whose chartered right aro rooognlzod In tho highest Courts; therefore, howaro of all Imltatlous aud anonymous schemes," iiMi -cr- m" -jiw EW VI Jl. m. JL v JIL ACKEREL. LARGE AND FAT. BY THE POUND AND 10-POUND KITS tNo seconds), -AND OOIt Qrand, Upright and Square PIANOS. RKC0ND-IU'1) 1'IANOS, a Hue ossortraoat of prominent in ikos at all prices. PIANOS VOU HUNT. "WM. KNAT3E & CO., 817 Market Space. BOOTS AND SHOES. THE CRAWFORD SHOE Xea tlio OnXy Slvoo SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMED BY THE MANUFACTURER. OUU 1'liNNA. AVH. 47 Jotl St. N. W. 67 Pa- Ave- EB- llmv.N 1..1 .. T..,,.tii,.. nirnwn inuno, nut will eU ut, u barauln I'lve atrial. Shirts to Measure Cannot Be Excelled. TYSSOWSKI BROS Cor. 15th and G Sts THE ACME OF PERFECTION! ' THE L1QHT-RUNNINQ f NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE HasattalnoiladCKrooot popularity and achieved a reputation as unprecedented as It Is woll mer ited. It Is the iierfeotlon of ineolianlsm for llommliitf, l'ellhiK, rrlinmliii!, Illmlliitf, Cord nif, Ilraldlnit, Seamlnir, Itrmstliehhn:. Otilltluir, Tuoklnc, Darning, Frlnghu', Itulllnttr. Kmbrol dorlnu und llutton holo making- Call and nee tliofixaulslto samples ot work, Old machines of all kinds taken In oxQbaugu In part payment of Now Homo ut ' OppenhelmeiVlto M& 514 Ninth Street N. W. Iunurltepnlr Department we havo facilities hy whloh w can repair bowlne Machines 01 an JUllUS Ut Yuri Biiw, b iium-o, AM. WDHK VAltHANTi:n. , , , Wo rent bnwlns ilaohlncs of ull kinds by the wc-okor mnntli. JOB PRINTING. miio)iASJi,nii.i,A,co. JL (SuccossoratoMeaill& Wltherow), rniNTEUS AND STUnEOl'Yl'BItS, 1107 E stroot n w, WashlnBton, D. 0. GOOD WORK AT I'AIIl ritlOES. lf9HR?9l?tt'!! SlSJ MEDICAL IHrbart. ta aVl TO DATS.Xl t3tm MBM EH llrlenltjUM Vyk cinfltanfttl(HHI 2HHIIFHr IS I prcscrlbo ana fully en dorse 111k tt as tba only speclflo tor the certalncur of tills dlspsae. ""'" " Amslerdara, N. Yi We Have sola 1111- u 101 many years, ana ll liaa r:iT.n iu. ueib vi aaiia action, D.U.DYOnKACO'., Chlcaio. 111. 01.00. Bold by Drunglstst JOHN H. MAGRUDER, 1417 New York Ave. and I I 22 Connecticut Ave. ' i Heaclqiiarters I Gents' Fine Shoes. I'orpolse, Kangaroo anil C'uir Slioen to Nult K cry one nr GARTRELL'S, 900 Seventh Street. Gas Stoves for Cooking! Gas Hollers at 81.15 and tl.SO for Instantly making Tea or Coffee. GI-.A.S COOKERS Vnr larirn anil Kniatl families. lastant tho cooklug Is done, Just the stove for summer use, as you extinguish the flro the is none, sot saio oy mo WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 ToaCLtili. Street 3ST. "V7" TORONTO SPEED CONTEST. HEALTH WEALTH! Dn. E. 0. Wkst's NKnrri ano llnim Tiikat ment, a Kiiarantoed snoolUo for Hystorla, Illzzl ness. Convulsions, Fits, Nurrous Neurulirhi, lleiidache. Nervous prostration caused by the use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Montul Depression, Buttoning of tho llraln rouiltlntj In Insanity and leading to misery, decay and iloath, l'renutiire Old Aeo, llurrenness, Loss of Power In cither sex. Involuntary Losses and tjpermutnr rliiva eailsed by ovur-exertlon of the tiraln, self, abuse or over-indulgence. Kaeh box contains one month's treatment; SI a box, or six boxes for 85, sent by mall prepaid onrooolptof prlco. WKUUAKANTbU SIX IIOXI'.S toouronnyooso. With each unler rnoolvodbv us for six boxes, aooonipaniod with $5, wo will send the purchaser our written tfuurantoo to lefuud tho money It tho treatment does not ef fect n cure, (luur.iutces suod only by ). CJ1IU1ST1ANI, Druirelst,,Hoi.E Aoknt, -1H l'ennn, avo between 1H mid nth sts. PEERLESS UVES Aro Iho Ili:T. PHOTO-ENGRAVING llavlns recently ntted up I'llOTO-hMIKAVIMI LSTAIIMMUIKM' III connection with my PATENT I'ltOUESS, 1 um irumrui to furni-iii IM.U8TIIAT10NS AT NUW ulIK I'llICKS 1'hutuf nphlnx on Wood for the Trade. WHURICE JOYCE, 41U JJlovoutU Street N.W. DRUISTKENNESS OHTnEI.IQUOn HAlllTCAN HE CUI1EDDV ADSUNlSEntNO Un. HAINES' GOIJJKN Sl'ECiriC. Can db given lu a oup of cofTee or tea without tho knowledge of the person takluirlt. Itlsub- bolutely Imnnless, und will elTeut u permanent und xtieedy cure, whether the patient fs u moder ato drinker or au alcohollo wreck. It has boon Riven In thousands of vuses, aud In every In Ktiuicu a iwrfeot cure has rnllowed. IT NKVUIl 1 MLS. ThoHy.toiuiiiieo Improanutod with tho (wilile, It bouoiues an utter luiHnslhlllty for tint lluuor iiDpetlto ti exist l-tii' tulo hrts 1'. W Uil.. uiuliirtho Kbhlttlluuai It K 111:1 III ENS'i'JNi:, Ifourtoeutli strcot und Vermont um- i T HlT'lMfffliiiSMsWl. -Jfg fl ffTl)flf' ttaMtJaaaLaLaLaLaP V r.-f r"miaeii.Tt iiiit.'.KiiianvoiKiim Mm The WiDDins Typewriter. THE HEMINGTON. (Iiitcniatiounl for World's) Cliaiu. lilouslilp.) nusluess oorrospondenco and legal testi mony; GOLD MKDAL, 08.7 words per minute. BII.VEII MEDAL, 03.11 wonlf iier minute Momorlzod sentence (tlvo minutes) fiflO words correctly written. (Calluraph less lent tliatl .17r, wnrils nnrmntlv wHttMi, BSl'ftSeud for "Testimony of tho Camera." Wyckotf, Seamans & Benedict Cor. 8th and F Sts. N. W. setl.d&iMim FINE FAMILY FLOUR. fCEEaESjHB USK OlMtIM, , Hliatl.lNO, HlNNKIHiAt aiLT lUiaK nr (Hii,ii:n nir.r. HTXiOTirK And you will always have beitutlful Uread, Hulls and 111 ''lilt WIioIi'miIu Jiepot, uorn-jr fir it street aud ImlUim urunii ' WM, M. QALT & CO. DRY GOODS, "Wm. R. Riley, Corner Ninth and B Streets Northwest, Is closing out all kinds of DRV GOODS At Very lleduoed Hates. E. G. DAVIS. BLACK DRESS GOODS, t EMBROIDERIES, Iiucnsmiil Trimmings, 719 Market Space, Washington, D. C. PnOJM8IONS. S. L. Wu.LKlT. 8. II, Gwtnn a CIRCLE MARKET. Y.Mineiit live, mid l.at.n. iv. Cho'i-e liroccrict, ilenH und I'rovSi'ins, The Ucst Hoods ut iho Lowest 1'rlcoJ. ilurketUis dollrcred bee.