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THE EVENING POST, FKIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1888.
3 If" v ft rv il Ik' The Evening Post. Yi:oni:vi:r hashinoku Mii.r., Kuatm MtM Amtrlat. All up nnil down tbo river anil upon llio sandy shooro Thdjcuicnbcnninontiliiennd tho women shrlko full slnlll; Anil, Uko ns pruroor llrcs, tbo now nro sprad from ilooro to ilooro That Sawney lccsed u linger In tbo easslugor UlIIl. Ob, Sawney's hand It been as fair us ever ilolc packe Or drawed n pair of six spots on tbo deuces for to lllll Nono bolder baud tior Buwney's novcrwhopplt up tbojuck, But now It lecsed a finger In tbo sasslnger mill. Ills faytber slow a barrow on a Monday after noon; Tbls moinlnir whiles that Sawnoy did tbo hopper nil to 1111, Ills evil ulster Ucltlo cavo tho crank a turn too eoonc, And Sawney lccsed n linear In tbo sasilngcr mill) THE SAME PISTOL. orin r. head. Sounds of mournliiE enmo from nn old log Iiouho on n lilll. I stopped near thu roadBulo nt tho foot of tho hill. Numerous people, seemingly dressed in their Sunday clothes, stood nbout the house. I stood under tho shelter of tho timber, lest my observation might bo re garded ns unfriendly esplomtgo, for mountain people, with all their impul sive generosity, nro peculiar. Especially so is tho East Tcnnesscenn. Tho stranger who manifests tho slightest In terest in tho East Tennesscoan's affairs is often looked upon with inimical, and sometimes dangerous suspicion. AVhilo I stood gazing nt tho scene a weird song, a sou of fnll-oMho-ycur chant, nrose. I know that it was not whollv a servico of rollglous devotion, for at" times tho distressing wall of a woman would rlso abovo tho chant. Suddenly I heard a groarr, and, looking nbout, I saw a man sitting on a log. His face was buried in his hands. I ap proached him. Hu looked up with a utart. His face, though young, was hug card, and his largo black eyes had a hoi lowncss of expression. "What is going onupat tholiouso?" 1 asked. "Dan Bcasloy'B funeral," ho replied. "Ho must huvo been quito a prominent man," I remarked. "Ho wa'n't so promlnont as ho was noble uv nntur'. His lovo for folks in general was as bright and beautiful as a mountain sunrise." "What did ho dlo of?" "A bullet." "What, was any ono so depraved as to kill so good a mauV" "Yes." "Tho peoplo have surely mobbed him." "No." "Then they ennnot find hlmV" "They'll find him in half an hour from now." "Then, they aro nftor him?" "No, but ho will meet tho funeral pro cession." "To glvo himself upV" I asked in sur prise. "lie won't say nothln' about that.'.' "You seem to know a groat deal about lilm." "I do. I'm tho man." I looked at him In horror. "I don't wondor that you look at mo to." ho said "There will nover bo another kind look turned upon mo until 1 nm dead. Then my por old mother will look nt mo kindly." "Why did you kill him?" I asked. "I went over to a still-house tuthcr cvonln' an' ho como over after mo. I was drunk when ho got thar. Ho camo up to mo mighty kind an' soys: 'Sam, lesgo homo? " 'No,' says I, 'a. passul uv tho boys will be hero putty soon an' wo aro goln' to play soven-up.' "Voi tou'vo cot no money to lose,' ho re plied. "'Wall, I've got ns much as you linvo,' I said. Thon ho put his arm around mo nn' began to beg mo. Somehow, I got mad. for nil ub of a sudden it 'pcared liko ho had always stood in my way, an' 1 thought of it wa'n't for him I would bo a great man. As I stood lookiu' at jilin ho smiled. I know now that it was tho warm smilo uv lovo; but thou I thought it was tho cold grin uv hate. " 'Dan,' said I, 'go on away or I'll hurt you.' "'Sam.' ho replied, 'you couldn't hurt me.' '"Couldn't I? " 'No.' ' 'I'll show you.' I snntched out my pistol, shoved It against ills breast and lircd. In a mlnit I was sober, I stood lookln' at him. I heard tho boys comln'. I waited till they como, an' then I foil upon Dan, kissed him timo an' agin nn' then ran into tho woods. At first tho hoys was so 'slonlshed that thoy did jiot follow mo, but putty soon I heard them yell an' I knowed that if thoy cotch mo thoy would hang mo. I ran nway an' hid In a cavo nn stayed thar until Jest now. I wanted to seo tho funeral, Dan was my twin brothor." Again ho buried his fuco In his hands. .Again tho wail of a heart-broken wo man nroso abovo tho melancholy chant. "So you intend to glvo yourself up," I said. "I will meet tbo funeral, " he roplied, without looking up. "Tho procession is coming down tho hill," I said, after a fow moments' bIIcuco. He arose) and stood with his arms folded. There was no lienrso or wagon. Tho collln was borno by four Btroug men. In tho procession theio camo nn old and tottoilnir, woman lean ing on tho arm of an aged man. Tho murderer sank upon his knees, remained for a few moments and then stepped out into thu road In front of tho piocossion. Tho men who boro tho cotllu stuppod. Tho murderer drew a pistol, and, ex claiming. "Mother, tho snmo pistoll" placed tho weapon to lus uenu and men. A heart-brokon woman lottoied forward und fell upon tho corpse. Murk Twain's Precocious Daughter, Xtw York Morning Journal, Mark has a child who Inherits soma ot her father's bilghtiicss. Sho kept a diary nt ono tlm),ln which eho noted tho occurrences In tho fumlly, and among other things, the sayings ot her parents. On ono pago sho vuotothnt f.itbtr sometimes used stronger woids when mother wasn't by and ho thought "wo" dldu't hear. Mrs. Clemens found tho diary and showed It to her husband, probjbly thinking tho particular paizo worth bis nollco. After this Clciueiis7sald and did savcral tilings that were Inteuded to uttract thu child's atten tion, and found them duly noted afteiward. Hut ono day tho following entry occuried; "I don't think I'll put down anything irioru about fathor.for I think ho docB tilings to have mo ntitleohlin, and tI,?ballevu bo reads thla diary," Cu-liielileiitnl Death, Jlotton Trareller, A fow days ago a iiuwspupcr announced tbo deutb of two men neighbors and friends at Windham Centre, Muss. Tholr homes woio on tbo saino strcot,opposlte each other, Without previous Illness both died suddenly on tho saiuo day. A physician, whllo attending one was summoned tn thu other. L'listmoitum examination levealcd tho fact that nuo died of ruptuiu of thu right niirlclo of tbo heart Mild tbo other ot mpturo ot tbo left Vtulrlcloot the heart. m HAYES A FRONT FIGURE. THE IS.-lIti:siI)ICXT WAItMM' OIUVKIt 11V OHIOAOOAN.S. in: Ho I'.xprcMrs Ills flriitlfiiito nt Ills Hot-option Ito IIIucumob tliu Question f Prison lterriti Tlio Noccmilty for Con finement for I.lfo of Oonllrmoil Crim inals. Chicago, Nov. 23. One of tho greatest gatherings ever assembled in Fnrwcll Hall had for its central (lguro last night ox-President Hayes. Every chair in tho big assembly placo was full, main floor and gallery. Long lines of standing peo ple thronged tho aisles nearly to tho stago and tho main cntranco was packed in a way that was a reminder of tho crushes nt a national convcutlon. The occasion was thu concluding session of the State Board of Chnrltics nnd Correc tions, tho special feature of which was to bo an adtlress by Sir. Hayes on "Prison Hcforms." Fully 8.000 people wero present when Secretary V. II. Wines called tho meet ing to ordur and referred with ovidont satisfaction to tho outpouring as n worthy tribute (o their guest. Sir. Hayes had bconglvona lousingchecr by the audi ence as ho mounted tho platform, nnd thcro was a renewal of tho applause at tho fitst mention by Mr. Wines of tho ex-1'resldcnt's name. Jlr. Hayes said: "This greeting is moie nggrccablo to mo thon porhnps you Imagine Tho purpose, of course, hero to-night is to attract attention to prison reform, nnd tho presonco of such a magnlllcant as semblage is to show that tho effort lias not been lost on tho Intelligent peoplo of Chicago. The cause is won when wo get tho car of tho people." The spoalter explained the alms of tho National Pi ison Reform Association to improve the criminal law, to better tho methods of procedure, to facilitate tho execution of these laws, to bettor tho dis cipline in the Statu institutions, and to euro for tho prisoners after discharge. AVhilo thcro was so vast an expenditure of tho pcoplo's money on account of prisons, it seemed surprising so little interest was taken in tho prisoners them selves. Perhaps tho lenson is the doubt in tho public mind that thcro is an even, oxact, prompt execution of tho laws. This lack of contldcnco possibly is what leads peoplo to have less regard for prison ers, and by indifference to virtually say to them when by chanco thoy aro caught, "You havo mado your bed, now lie upon it." Tho speaker alluded to tho oft repeated cseapes generally to Canada of thoso guilty of bribing city councils nnd Stalo Legislature, of savings bank embezzlers aud tho like. Could it bo possible that tho two great English opcaklngcouutries wero always unablo to protect their in nocent citizens and must each receive tho rofuso of tho other? Could they not conlrivo to break up these cities of roftigo for this largo and rcmarkablo class of criminals? Hut what was tho result even when wo did get tho mlsdocrs? postponements and technicalities till the peoplo wero wfrnry. Jlon fittest to servo on juries wero excluded because, forsooth, they had read tho papers. This leaning to tho sido of tho accused was an abomina tion in this country in this ago. It had come down to us from tho days of tho worst of tho English kings, when the humnnity of judges Invented tho techni calities ns tho then necessary shields against t .fi Thd'ovit now was emphatically not tho danccr.pf tho conviction of tho innocent. Tho danger hero is tho probablo cscanci of tho guilty. Nino out of ten of these old British precedents acted at present to protect tho guilty, not tho innocent, and such practice should bo swept away. Tho speaker dwelt nt length on. tho anomally of great numbers of habitual criminals belug at largo, and though known to a moral certainty to be pursu ing their fearful vocations, but only mo lested when caught in on overt net. When a man by repeated convictions had beon proven for practical purposes Irreformablo tho placo for him is prison forlifo. Thcro nt least thoy would not bo teachers of crime. They would bo warn ings nnd on our sido of tbo question not against us. Tlio nation should see to it that every boy nnd every gill, rich and poor, was mado able by skilled labor to earn an honest living. This principle of manual training extended further. It was worso than absurd to put convicts in prison, as ho feared they woio doing In Now York, saying to them "you shall do no work," and giving them over to tho dovil and his works. Ono thintr that could not bo afforded in a broad sense by llio peoplo is to prevent skilled labor in tlio prisons, inner ns tho members of tho National Prison Re form Association might on somo points, they wero all agreed on this. Tho sneaker did not, as a general thing, bo Ilovo in non-partisanship. "Wo don't," said ho, "beliovo tho man's head Is lcvol who don't know whcie ho belongs on olectlon day." Cheers. But thcro wero things that should not bo subject to tho exlgonclcs of partisan ship, and chief among them wore tho prisons nnd tho police. Jlr. Hayes closed with an eloquent plea for tho improvement of tho status of tho police of our cities, and au invi tation to Ills listeners to nssociato them selves with tho National Prison Ueform Association. Iu l'uro VVutoriinil Ieo, Baltimore Sun. " It Is very hai d," says l'rofessor Tonry, "to convluco some peoplo that a glass ot perfectly olear, colorless wator, with no odor or taste, may ho more Impuro thau wutcr coining from the kitchen sink which has been used to wash cooking utensils, yet In many cases 1 havo found such water." This Is a striking 6tato- incut, but Mr. Toury Is ablo to demonstrato that It is based on a multlttido ot well-studied facts. There Is no absolutely miro water In nature, hut there aro limits beyond which tho contamination of drinking or cooking wator cannot ho safely allowed to go. Tho preseuco ot chloilue in water Indicates the Ulud of or ganic Impurity dauceroui to health. A drop of solution ot nltrato of stiver Is a conveiileut test. If It produces In a tumbler of tho water In question a wblto cloud, chlorine and its related impurities aro present to a probably daugcious extent, llolllug will as a rulo, do stroy disease ifernis. Thu popular theory that freezing puilllos water Mr. Tonry thinks Is ln conect. " I'uro Ice," bo says, "is almost as hard to obtain as pure water." lie mentions a case where typhoid fuver was traced directly to tho use of Impuro tee. Ills I'lurorenvu. Macliant Travdir, "Aro you fond of doss, Mr. Mlven?" said a young woman, as sho caressed boro pugs. Wily was too pollto to reply In tbo ucgatlvo, eu bo murmured i "Oh, certainly." "I)o you iidinlro pugs?" "Well, no, not very much.'' "What kind do jou like bustf" "I think," said Wily, reflectively, "I liko stuffed dogs hotter than most auy other sort." Host ltnllinnil Truck In Amnrlcit Is no better than that of thu 11, & 0. Tbls Is onu leasou why tbo H. A 0. makes tbo quick est t Into between Washington and I'hlladel plila. "Aliliirnoy Dairy Wiigons," J'icsIi Aldminy butter, chuuied every mom- I ...I .1,.1I...,....1 In I Hi .IVVni-ri" titliiti. .1(1.. peril). Also cottage cheese, buttermilk ami 1 sweet lullk.Dc. per 't, Cieam 15u, per pt. IIAIiLOONINOJSJIAllD YOKK So Those Say Who Ilnvo Tried It nnd I'nmicl Out to Their Harrow. tendon Saturday IltrUw. Wo do not hear of Ignorant peoplo flying up in balloons, but that Is becauso thoso vehicles aro more dtlllcutt to ob tain than gigs or boats; also, becauso ballooning Is not nearly such good fun ns riding, driving or boating. Neither is It necessary Hint tho balloonor a much hotter word than noronnut should bo ignorant to put his actions on tho Iovel with thoso wo have described. However expert ho may be, ho is as much at thu metcy of accidents ns tho merest bungler in a boat, Tho wind blows hltn about. Ho gets freezing cold nnd cannot help himself. Ills mnchlna bumps ngalnst trees and things when ho Is coming down, becauso it is whirling helplessly nbout, nnd, ns his ballast has been already thrown out to smash the conservatories and hats of the lieges, ho cannot go up ngnln, The bump throws him out nnd ho breaks his nose nnd his snuff-box. Every now and then ho is' dipped In salt water nnd dragged out by tho pnsslng smack, Tho crow revives him with salt horso and Hamburg glu bought from n North sea coopor, which gives him abnd headache. Why he goes through nil this nobody knows. Ho sees nothing when ho is up, and when he is down ho sees what tho rest of us do who trust to our legs. At times ho docs a little science of tlio kind which proves tho already proved nnd cnthely unimportant for tho hundredth and fiftieth timo. Ho is Immensely proud of this, and tho scientific papers mention him. It is very right to him to miiko tho most of his luck, but whether it was worth whllo to go through bo much to obtain so little Is a question. To be suro, It is no uso arguing thu point with him. Tho truo balloonor thinks It n credita ble thlngtoshow over and over nualnthat ho will risk broken bones and drowning to show that Montgolllcr had found out all about tho machino a long timo ago, If ho likes tho occupation ho must be al lowed to follow it, sinco wo llvo in a timo of freedom. Tlio only course open to thoso who do not sbaro his faith is to keep on telling him ho Is n silly follow, und to make him pay damages for tho things ho breaks with his ballast, his grapnel and his car, A TEST OF INTELLIGENCE- Girls Must lie Ciiutlmm Ilurlnc tho llul eouy Scene. Boston Courier. "It has always seemed to mo," tho philosopher observed tho othor morning, " that a fair test of fcmluino character and Intelligence is afforded at tho thea ter whenover 'Borneo and Juliet' Is played." "And in wliot way? "tlio editor asked, languidly following up thu conversation, becauso it had iiappcncd that he had been ablo now and then to appropriate nn Idea from tho philosopher, and hoped that this might bo a case in point. "Haven't you over noticed," tho other replied, "that thcro uru always some women about half of thoso in tho theater who laugh at tho balcony scouo? Thov either And it silly or suggestive Hoavon knows which Is tho worsol nud look nt each other with lll-supnrosscd snickorlngs. They ought to bo taken out and shot." "Undoubtedly," assonted tho editor, tranquilly. "Aud you mean to make of this a test?" "Yes. If a man is in lovo with a woman, let him tako her to seo 'Borneo and Juliet,' nnd if sho laughs at the balcony scene ho will abandon her straightway if ho has any bousc." "Which men in lovo so proverbially do havo. Howovor. your idea," tho Editor assented, patronizingly, "isn't wholly a bad one. TJio woman who laughs at sentiment lacks both senso nnd sensibil ity, and porliaps your test will do qulto as well as any other. It is, nfter all, an impossibility to tell anything nbout most women by ordinary means, but tako them off tholr guard in this fashion aud ono may learn something." Tho Clmrmitirr Stephanie, Temple liar. At this timo wo Iu Krauzcnsbad havo one common object to stare at the Crown l'rln cess Stephanie, who has been taking tho euro hero for somo weeks, and who Is charming looking enough to mako tho stnrlng very agreeable. Sho goes through all tho routliio of tho dav as faithfully as everybody else, and begins It as early. You may know at tbo Franzonsquollo when sho Is coming by tho little stir and rustic among tho crowd, every bead turned Iu ono direction, and sho Is so tall that sho has uo chanco of approaching tin pcrcelved. Without being exactly beautiful, bIio has many beauties youth, protty color ing, a good figure aud u very pleasant sinll o. All round you bear tbo words "so hubscb, so frcundlichl" Franzoiishad Is exceedingly proud ot haying her as a visitor, nnd has douo Its utmost to welcome her. Tho llttlo town streams with Hags, tho yollow and black of Austria, and the red, black and yollow of Belgium; arches aro eroded, and the fir branches of which thoy aro composed nro con stantly ronowed; a soit of bower mado of oleanders nnd other flowering shrnb3-has been formed for her Iu tho park, and thcro aro Stephanie gavottes nnd Stcpliaulo hand kerchiefs, nnd titcphanlo tarts, and all manner ot Ingenious adaptations. Why SlieMurrled IIiiu. A'orriitown lltrvld, Hon. Joseph Chambcrllu, tbo husband of Secretary Eudlcott's daughter, Is a dual widower, has six children tbo oldest 25, and an Income of $150,000 n year. It Is said that Miss Endlcott dosn't marry him for his monoy, aud It may bo possible that sho dosn't marry him for bis children, cither. Hut you cant always tell. i 3!4 Hours to I'lillmlelphln Via 1). A 0. U. It. Fastest trains to tho Qua ker City. No extra faro for quick timo. High -Pressure Living characterizes thoso modern days. Tho result is a fearful Increase of IJniln unit Heart Diseases Oennriil Do Mllty, Insomnia, I'unilysls, iuuI In sanity. Chloral aud Morphia augment tho evil. Tbo medicine best aduptcd to do permanent good Is Ayor's Sar saparilla. It purities, enriches, and vitalizes tho blood, and thus strengthens every function nnd faculty of tho body. " I havo used Ayor'a Sarsapnrilln, In my family, for years, I havo found It invaluable us A Cure for Nervous Debility caused by nn In active Jlver and a low stato of tho blood." Honry liacon, Xonln, Ohio. "For somo tlino I bavo beon troubled with heurt disease. I novor found any thing to help mo until I began using Ayor'a Sarsapnrilln. I linvo only used this lnodlclnu six months, but it has ro llovod mo from my trouble, nnd enabled mo to rosume work." J. P. Carzanott, Perry, III. " I havo boon a practicing physician for over half a century, nnd during that timo I linvu never found so powerful and rollublo an alteratlvu ami blood, purifier ns Ayer's S.unparllla." Dr. M. Muxsturt, Louisville, Ky. Ayer's Sarsaparilfa, ruiii'AiiKn n v Dr. J, 0. Ayor & Co., Lowoll, Mass. I'rlec $1 j ill boUlc, V. VorOi i J a battle. MAItY ANDERSON'S DOWNS. How TIiiy nro Trcntrd to Jlulco Thrm I.onlc Artltle. AVw Vvrk tlirnM. Miss Anderson's handsome mnnnger, Mr. Abud, nnd thu mistress of tlio ward robo spent most of Sunday twisting and tying up and teaming our Mary's gowns to make tlicni appear artistic. They aro nil mado a la Grcc anil ore de signed by Alma Tademn, who, nccordlnur to Miss Anderson. Is far ahead of Woith In artlstlo gowning. Always speak of gowns when you speak to Miss Anderson about clothes. She hates befrllletl and trimmed-ut) dresses, nnd sho would not wear a Purls dress for anything Well, these Gicqk gowns nro mado out of liberty mntqrifils. Thev wero mostly cut out and draped by tho fair actress herself, although some one else did the sowltif', As 'JlCrmlono iu the first act of "A Winter's Talo sho Is to bo In white with a long crimson cloak cmbrolderetl in n silver Koy pattern. In the trial scone sho is to wear white entirely. Tills dress Is remarkably beautiful In muterinl, and shows best ns tho Queen sits drooping beforo the couit. A be witching salmon colored dicss, with sil ver clasps, and IJowcrs In her unbound hair. Is to bo worn when she first appears as Peidita, and then ns tho statue she Is all In pure marble white. This last has been crumpled tho most, and with it is to bo worn a white wig. Miss Anderson nover wears a wig ex cept when she cannot help It. Her own hair is luxuriant' and 1 caches her waist. THEV WILL STAY AT HOME. Tho Iliindiill Club Will Not Como lo WllKlllllEtOII, "The Samuel J. llandall Association will not go to Washington to witness tho inauguration of Piesldcnt Harrison," said fjqulro McMullon of Philadelphia tlio other day. "You see," ho con tinued, "wo felt so suio that Cleveland would bo re-elected that I engaged ac commodations for 100 peoplo at tlioltlggs Hoiibo moio than six weeks ago. I wanted to havo tho Kandall Club thcro to seo Cluvoland Inaugurated, and, thinking there would bo a rush after election, I mado my arratigcmcnts ahead of time. Hut Harrison's election spoiled all our plans, nnd I was loft with a wholo iloor of tho Itiggs Hotiso on my hands. Tho other night 1)111 Leeds nsked mo to let him havo my rooms for tlio Union Hopubllcnn Club, and I wns only too glad to do so. No, tbo llandall Club will stay at homo on tho 4th of next March." (Ion. Hurrlnon it flood Wnlltcr. Walking is U 11. Harrison's favorlto exer cise lie does not movo brlbkly, ncltbor docs ho saunter, but bo has a tbrco-and-a-half-mllo- nn-hour gait which Is peculiarly his own. Ho puts bis feet squarely dawn Iu such a way as to wear tlio bottom of his boots evenly. Ho never scuffles. It Is a clean medium step, cacu ono prccisloy uko its predecessor. 110 wears a black overcoat which reaches to tho knees, nnd bis bands aro almost constantly burled In tho capacious side pockets. A pair of gloves last him a long time. A soft black bat Is the General's favoilto headwear, although somo of bis plctuics show htm with a silk tilo In his hand. This black bat Is not worn In military fashion, with alongcreaso fiom front to rear thtoughtbo topibut tho crown Is pushod up Into place, aud but for tbo small dents would present a flat top. Tho rim of tho hat Is not a wide one, and It curls up all tho way around. There Is nothing "dressy" about tho coming I'rcsldcut, presi dent Arthur had more new trousers Iu a quarter thau Oeu. Harrison will havo tn four years. Ouit $T pantaloons to ordor aro ot sur- C rising; quality and workmanship. Call and 0 convinced. Eiseman linos., 7th A K, !,.,' . "JTallorlug-licpartment. HARD TO BEAT. The range of styles among our Overcoats em braces about, everything imaginable, or at least de sirable, and among them are a number of small lots reduced in price far below intrinsic value. The Men's Suits Stock is in "apple pie" order, and its variety warrants the assertion that who ever buys a Winter Suit without at least looking here fails to consult his own interest. Boys and' Children are as amply provided for, with a house full of choic est styles at sytch reason able prices as1 to be bar gains all. 1 FINEST CLOTHING, READY-MADE- 319 m St S, E, Cot, D St, hwMi ; Parker & Co, 'PEERLESS DIES &S.M .ST. UBlUUlHTtl RAILROADS. Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo To tho North, West and Southwest. Voiihle Tiwek: SjytmiUilctuciy. k'tccl Itattt. Magnificent IfyiJpment. In zrrr.ox Notbmiieii I, 18S3. Trains leavo Vnshlnijlon, from station corner of Sixth and 11 streots. ns follows: I'on I'lTTniimiM and tbo V01t, OlifcaKo Limited Kxpres of l'ullinan Vostlbulod Cars at !i M o in dallj-j Past Line, OdOum dally to Cincinnati aud St. I.011K with ileoplwr I'ars from 1'ittsmirjt tn Cincinnati, and Uurrliburu to Nt Lntiln: dally, oxcoptHntunlay, to Chlcairo, with Hlonplns Car Altooua to CblooKO, Wcto'ii Jixprai at 7.10 P in dally, with Mleonlnir Can Waihlnirton 'o Chlcairo anrt SU, Low., connoctlna dally at lUrrlsburit with tlitmnrli Hlioncr for Loulsvlllo and Memphis. I'auhlo i:xproi, 10.ro p in oally for I'lttsbiirs nnd the st, with through Sleeper to Plttslium, unit l'lltbtir to rhlcnzo, BALTIMOIti: AND I'OTOMAO IIAIMIOAU. . ln nin, Canandalijiia and Hochoitcr dally; ;"f 'umalo and Nlnirara dally, except Saturday, 10 no p m, wlth'Hluoplns Car Washington to I'on WiM'Uxironr, jo nVon nni uimirant M a m dally, except Hundav. 1 on Nkw Yoiik and tlio Kait, 7.M, n.W. 11.00 ami lt.40 a in, I'.oo, 410, 10.00 nndll.uop m. On Sunday, BOO. 11.40 a In, a 00, 4.10 10.00 and lllMpm. Limited l:presi of Pullman Parlor Cars, 9.40 a m, dally except otinday, nnd 3.43 p in dnlly, with dlnlmt oar. Fon lloiTON, without ohango, 2.00 p m ovcry Kon MnooiaTN, N Y.. all through trains con nect at .Iercy city with boats of llrooklyn Annox iirTonlfnj; dlrrot transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double fcrrlnio across Now Virk elty Tun ruiUUEi.riiii, 7.S0, 0.00, 1100 and 11. 10 n in, s 00, l.io, 0 00, 10 00 and ll.ai p in On Sun day Oft), ll.40am, 2 00,4.10, 0.00, 10.00 and 11.20 pin Limited Express all parlor earn, 0.40 a m week dars and 3.43 p in dally, with dining i-ar. Foil lULTIXOiic, 0.33, 7.00, 0.00, 0 40, 9.S0, 11.00 and 11.40a in, 12.03, 2 DO, 8.43, 4.10, 4 20, 4.40, BOO, 7.40, 10 00 nnd 11.20 pm, On Sunday, 0.00, 9.0.3, 0.60. 11.40 a m, 2.00, 8.43, J.10, 0.00, 7.W, 10.00 and 11.20pm. Fon Porit's CnEKK Line, 7.20 am nnd 1.40 pm dally, except Sunday. Fon ANNxrou". 7.20 and O.OO a m, 12.03, 4.40 pm dally, except Sunday. Sundays, O.CO a m, 4.10 p m. ALKXANDItfA AND FrtKllKUIOKSIIUKO ItAlLWAY AND ALEXANDRIA AND WASUINUTON ItAILUOAD. . Fon Alxxinmiia, 0 00, 0.83, 8.10. 0.43, 10.57 a m, 12.01 noon, 2.03. 4.2.3, MX), ti.55. fl.03, 8.03, 10.03 and 11.37 p m. On Sunday nt COO, 9.43, 10.57 a m, 2.30, r, ns. 8.0.3 ami 10 05 p in. Acoommouation for Ouantlco, 5.0) pm weok days. Fon IIiciimond and tho South, 0.00, 10.57 a ra dally and 0 03 p m dally, oxcept Sunday. Tiiains leavo Alexandria for Washington, 0.03, 7.0.3, 8.00. 0.10, 10.13, 11.07 a m, 1.20, 3.00. 3 23, 6,10.7.03, O.'JS, 10.4J and 11.03 pm. On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 a m, 2.W, 0.10, 7.03, 0.3J and 10.4Jpm. Tickets and Information ut tbo office north. cupt corner of liltb strtet and Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho station, where orders can bo littfor tliucheeUlnk-of ImKgago to destination trom hotels and residences. oriAS. e. ruau, General .Manager. J It. WOOD, (en. Pats. Agent. Baltlmoro and Ohio Failroad. Hehcdulo In effect Nov. 19,1888. Leave Washington from station oorncr of Now JciHoy avenue und C street. Foil Oiiicaoo and Northwest, Vcsilbuled Lim ited oxpress daily 8.55 n. m., express 9.03 p. in. dally. Fon Cincinnati nnd St. Louis, express dally 3 00 und 11.10 p.m. Fon Pirraiiuno and Clovolnnd, Vestlbuled Limited express dally 8.55 n. m. and express 9.03 p. m. dally. Fou Lexington and Local Stations, tlO.10 urn. Fon Haiti voitE, 5.00, 0.30, 0.40,7.30,8.30,9 43, 11.00 (45-inhmto train) n, m., 12.10, 2 03,3.13,(43 minute train), 3.23, 4.30, 1.33. 5 3D, 0.4.3, 7.30, 9.43 and 11.30 p.m. dundays, 0 30,188.8.131.52,9.13a, in., 1.13, 2.03, 3.23, 4,30, 4.33, 0.43, 7.30, 9.13 and 11.80 p.m. Fon Annatolis, 0.40 nnd 8.30 a. m., 12.10 and 4 33 p. m. On Hundavs, 8 80 a. m 4.33 p. m Loavo Annapolis 11.40, 8.87 a. m., 12,03, 4.10 p.m. Sundays, 8.37 a. in,, 1.10 p. m. Fon Way Stations botwoon Washington and Ilaltlmoro, 5.00, H.IO, 830 n. m., 12.10,323, 4.33, 0.43, 11.80 p. m. On Sundays, 8.30 u. in., 1.15, 3.23, 1.33, 0.15, 11.30 p. m. Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch, tn.85, J10.10 a. m., ,1,15 p. m for principal Bta-, tlons only; tio.10, a, m., tI.33 and tt.80 p. m. I'on flAiTiirinincno and intormedtato points, tO.OO a. m tlS.80, M 40, 'S.SS, M1.20 p. m- Fon Itornis and Intermediate stations, tT.OO p. m., Jio.oo p.m. Ciiciicit Train leaves Washington on Sunday at 1.13 p.m., stopping at all stations on Metro politan Branch. Foil FiiEDKitieu, 110.10 a. m 11.33 and 15.80. p, in. Sundays, 1,15 p. m. I'on llAonniTOWN, tlO.10 a. m. nnd ts.30 p. m. TnAiNs Anmve from Chicago dally 7.20 n. ra. and 11.33 p. m.; from Cincinnati nnd St. Louis dally 0.20 a, m. and 1.53 p. in.; from Pittsburg , 7.20 a. in., T7.20 and 9 35 p. m. TnAiNs i.kave Daltlmore for Washington nt 5.10, 0 20. 0,. 7.20, H.OO (45-mlnute train), 9.00, 9 03, 10.00 (43-inlnuto train) a. m.. 12.13, 2 00, 3.00, 4.10, 5.00, 1)00, 0.3O, 8.00, 10.00 and 11.00 p. in. On Sundays, 5.10, 0.3O, B.0O. U.00, 11.03, 10.20 a. m.i 1.13, 2.00, 4,10, 5.00, 0.80, 8.00 10.00 and 11.00 p. m. PHILADELPHIA DIVISION. Fon PiiiLAPKLi'iiiA and Wilmington, dnlly, 8.10 a.m., 2.03, 1.20 and 11.30 p.m. Buffet I'urlov Cars on the 8,10 a.m. and 4.20 p.m. trains, blccplngs Cars on tho 11.30 p. m open nt 9.00 p. in. Fon iNTMiMEWATE points botweon Italtlmoro nnd Philadelphia, 0.30 a, in,, 2.03 und t4.so p m. Fiiom I'uiLAPCi.viiiA and Wilmington, daily, (S.30, 11. I5u.m.,2.50,8.55nnd11. 00p.m. tExcept Sunday. 'Dally. iiSundny only. Iliiggago called for nnd olieoked nt hotels nnd residences on orders left ut tlckot oftlccs, Oil) und lilSl l'onnsylvunta avenue. W. M. CLEMENTS, CIIAS. O. SCULL, Gen, Manager. (ten. Pass. Act Piedmont Air Lino SCUGUDLK IN ElTECT AUdDST 12, 1888. 8:30 A ji East Tennoseo Mall, dally for Warronton, Gordonsvlllo.CharlottosvlIlo.Lyiioh burg, nud stations between Alexandria aud Lynchburg, Itoanoake, Bristol, Knoxvlllc,ltoine, Calora, Montgomery and Now Orloaus. Pull man blooper Washington to Now Orleans. lira I A si-Fast Mall Dully for Warronton, Charlottesville. Oordoiisvllle, stations Chosn iioako and Ohio Itouto.Lynohburg.ltooky Mount, hum Mound stations betwoen Lynohniirg una Danvlllo. Uroonsboro1. Italclgh.Cliarlotte.Colum bla, Augustu, Atlanta, Birmingham, Montgom ery, Now Orleans, Texas and California. Pull man Sleeper Now York to Montgomery, In con nection with lldlman Sloencrs Montgomery to Now Orlcuns, and ilium Boudoir Siocpem for Birmingham, Vleksburg und Shrovoport. Pull man Sleeper Danvlllo to Columbia and Augusta. Solid trnlm Washington to Atlanta. Does not connect for C. and O. toutu points Sundays. S.30 v m mar, oxoent Sunday, for Munatsas, Strasburg, Luray, and tntormodlato stations. Connects at Hlvorton for Luray, arriving V;ii p. m. 8,30 r si. Vesteiin Expiiem dally for Warren. Ion. Onrilonivlllo. Clianottoavlllo. I,n,ildirl!l,v Cincinnati, nud summer resorts on and near lino of Cbesapeuko uud Ohio routo. Pullman Sleep ers und solid trains Washington to Loulsvlllo; also for Lynchburg, Bristol, Chattanooga .Mem plils, Llttlo Hook and nit Southwestern points. Through Pullman Sleepers Washington to Mom Ids without change. 11 ph. Koutubhn jixniEM aally for Lynch burg, Dtuvlllo, ItaMsb, Ashovllle, Chariot to, Columbia, Alkon, Augusta, Atluntii, Montgom ery, Now Orleans. Texas and California. Pull man Voitllmle Hleeuer Washington to Nw Orleans via Atlanta nnd Mini goinery. Pult man sleeper Washington to Augusta, (hi., with out ohiiugu. Tiiains on Waniiinii'ion anu Ohio Divikion leavo Washington u.00 a in, dally excopt Sun day, and -lilt l m. tltlly; iiriho Itouud Ulll 11: 1H n m amUi'Jl P in. Hutiiriilug, leave Hound lllll fi:r( am, dally, nnd 1:20 p m, daily oxeopt Sunday, urrlylng Washington 8:30 a m and U:5& IB. Tiihoiioiithuns from tbo South, via Charlotte, D.imlllo und Lvui-hburg, urrlvo hi Washington 7.1k) a m and 7:3." p mi via Kust Tonne-fee, lliistnl nd Lynchburg at lliltl am and !):!() p m; lu Climapoaku and Ohio routo and Cliiirluttsvlllo at 1): ID p m and 7:00 a in. Stras burg local nt U: 17 am. Ticket", alooplnq-oarrosorvatlon and Informa tion furnished, und baggugo cln-ckcd at ollloo, r.ioo l'cntnylvuta arciiuu, and at I'.issonger station, 1'onnsylviiuln Itullroad, sixth and 1! strootsAMES L TAV,0U Gcli 1ugJi AemU Chesapoako and Ohio Routo. Schcdulo Iu offoot HI'.I'T. Ill, 1SS3. Trains leavo Union Depot, blxth and 1) streets, 10:ri7 a. m. Foa Newi-oiit News, Old Point Comfort und Norfolk, dully oxcept Sunday. Ar ily Iu Norfolk 7 p. m. Urila. m. I'nu stations 'i tho Chesapoako and Ohio Iu Virginia We-t Virginia and Ken tucky, dully except Sunday, Sleeping oars Clif ton 1'orguto Luxlugton, Ky. r:l'.0 p, m Fast Wisstkiin Kxpios dally. Solid train, with l'ullinan lliiffut Hlenpliig ours to LouUvillo; Pulltnuu service lo C'hiciunutl, tit, Louis, Mumphls and New tirleuns, Oftlee, til J Pennsylvania avenue. It W Ft LLHIt. Cell Fast, Agent. - and so will we. CopyrlglitoJ.J E. B. BHRNUM St CO 931 Pennsylvania Avenue. Headquarters I Gents' Fine Shoes. I'orpolse, Kunguroii mill C'nlf .Shoe In .Suit i:t-pjmio nt GARTRELL'S, 900 Seventh Street. )ST ALLPIinCKDIINT OVUlt TWO .MILLIONS DISLIUnUTED. O a a0r m Oram LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY Incorporated by tho Stato Legislature In 1808 for IMttcatlonni nnd Charltablo purpimes, nnd Its franchise made a part of the prai-ent Stato Constitution, In 18, u, by an oveiiwiieluinu rorULAlMOTE. Its (111AND KXTIlAOltUINAnY TiUAWlNOS tnko placj Seml-Aiinuallv. (Junonnd Deecmber), nnd Its (IllAND SINQLK NUMI1KII OIIAWINOS tnko plaeo In each of tlio other ten months of tbo year, and nro nil drawn Iu publlo, at tbo Academy of JIuslc, Now Orleans, La. 'Wo do hereby certify that wo supervise tbo nrramromcuts for alt of tho Monthly and Semi Annual Druwlnns ot tho Louisiana Stutn Lottery Co., and In person manniro and control tho Drawings themielvos, nnd that tho samo aro conducted with honesty, fairness, nnd In eood faith toward all parties, nnd we authorize tbo Company to use this certificate, with tao ilmllosofour slgiiaturosnttachod,Inlts adver tisements." G. T. BEAUREGARD, J. A. EARLY, coMMissioNnns. Wo tho undersigned Banks and Hankers will nay nil Prizes drawn In tho Louisiana Stato Lotturlos, which may bo presented at our counters. It. SI. WAI.MHr.EY, Pi-cut. l.u.Nut. Hunk. I'. I.ANAIIX, l'rust. Statu Nut. llnnlc A. 1IAI.IIWIN, I'roHt.N. O. Nut. Hunk. CAltl, KOllN, l'rt-Ht. Union Nut. Hunk. THE MAMMOTH DRAWING WILL TAKE I'LACB At tlio Academy itt JMuslo, Now Orleans, TUHSDAY, Decemlier 1H, 1888, GAP1TAL PRIZE, $600,000. 100,000 Ticket nt Vnrly Dollnni Hnlvb'4, $0 (JiirirlerH, 10 i:iu-litll. 35; Tivuntlotlii, $j Vortlelhs, $1. libt or I'JHZES. 1 I'HIZE OF JdOO.OOO Is $000,000 lriilZKOV 'JOO.IKHIts ,. UOO,(K)l) ll'HIZIiOK lIKl.UOHIa lOO.OOil 1 l'KIZEOF 50,001) Is no.uou i! PlllZKSOK U5,OOI)aro 00,000 b l'lttzm OF 10,000 nro no.ooo 12 lMIIZISSOP fi.OOOnre 10.000 M VUV.RS OP S.OOOaro 50,000 loo 1-itlZESOF wio nro 80,000 jooiiiizi:hok -looaro hoooo CUO I'lllZM 01' 'JOOaro 100,000 ArrnotiMATE 1'iiizt-). 100 I'rlzos of $1,000 aro SI 00,000 lOOI'rlzcsof KOOnro 80.000 lOOPrlzosof dooaro -10,000 . , TllllEENUliniuTlCIIHINAU. 00 Prizes of gsoonio 570,200 Oil Prizes of .100 nro 00,000 ., . . TWONlIMIIEIlTuilMINAIJI. 000 Prizes of S'Joo uro $180,000 OOOI'rlzosof UOOuro..., 180,000 a.lioprlzos, amounting to $3,UH,800 Noix Tickets drawing Capltul Prizes aro not entitled to terminal prizes. A tlrkotdrnwlng a tl ree number terminal prize, v III not ho en titled to n two number tcrmlnul prize. 57Fon Ctun Uatb, or any further Informa, tlon desired, write legibly to tlio undersigned, clearly stutlng your residence, with Mtato' County, Street and Number. Jloro rapid re turn mall delivery will bo assured by our eu closing un Envelope hearing your fulluddioss. Send Tostal Notos, Kxpress Money Orders, or Now York Kichango In urdlnury lotter. Cur rency by Express (at our ozpemoj nddressod M. A. DAUPHIN, Now Orleuns, La. Address Ilcclstered I. oilers to NEW OHLEAXS NATIONAL HANK, Now Orleans, La, RFMFMRFR '1,mt tl10 presonco of Generals aro In charge of tho drawings. Is a guuranteo ot absolute fairness and Integrity that the chances lire all equal, ami that no ono ran posgluly di vine what i umber u 111 drnw n Prize. "llKMISMIII'.K. alfo. that tho payment of Prizes Is OUAUANTKEI) UV FOUK NATIONAL HANKS of New Orleans, and tlio Tickets ato signed by tbo President of an Institution whose chartered rights aro recognized In the highest Courts; therefore, bewnro of all Imitations and ull anonymous schoines." PIANPS. EDWARD F. DROOP, 025 PK.VU. AVENUE. Call aud examine the largo stock of liablcr A tiro.. A 11. Chase, Marshall & Won dell. WhcolooK, Decker & Son, Drlggs, Grove steeu & Fuller uml other PIANOS. Pianos sold on Installments, Exehangod, Itemed, Itepalrod, Tuned, Moved and btorod. ORGANS, Sheet Mut-lo, foreign and domestic: Musical mdso ele .constantly on hand, lliinjo, Oultar, Mandolin, Violin uud Cello strings a specialty. Grand, Uptight and Square TPi.nsros. SECOND-HANI) PIANOS, a fine ussortment of prominent nukes at all price. PIANOS FOU HUNT . m. Ivnabb & Co., 817 Market Space. PAWNBROKEHS. Burnstino Loan OIllco, ilU! roiiii. Ao N. W. Money loaned on Ould uml Sllvor Wulebes, Diamonds, Juwelry, 1'litoH, Uuui, Li les and Uuntleineit's Wearing Appartfl, Old liold aud Silver bought Vurvdoomod l'led.-es tot B.1I0. Ld STEINWAY lo Elephantine Joke The fun here is all on one side. A better joke Is where each side enjoys the fun. We like to have our cus tomers enjoy such a joke, to go away under the im pression that they have the "best bargain" in the city. Then both enjoy It. Practice this joke with one of our Overcoats. We are sure you'll be pleased CLOTIIlNn. H. D. BKRR, Importor and Tailor. Fall and Winter Goods, All of the Latost Novelties. ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOTCH SUITINGS, ETC., JUST ARRIVED. MIL DARK personally fits all garments mads In our establishment. 1111 Penna. Avenue. English Diagonals! Our stock of Wldo Wnlo Diagonals Is com plete Illacks, niuei, Drowns nud Grays. Wo mako thciiu In Cutaway Suits, flat braided, for j:i:i.r0. Thoso arogenulno Kngllsh Worsteds. Correct styles und perfect fit guaranteed. HARBAN & BENNETT, l'HO ISTo-w "STorac .A.-V. PROVISIONS. 8. I,. WlLLKTT. S. II. OirrNHB CIRCLE MARKET. Vermont nvo. nnd I. nt. n. r. Cho'co arocorlos, Meats und Provisions. Tho Host Uoods nt tho Lowest l'rlcos. Marketing dullvored frco. MEDICAL. Dn. E. C. West's Neiiis and Ilium TnAi iikmt, a guaranteed epeelllo for Hysteria, Dizzi ness, Convulsions, i-'lts. Nervous Neuralgia, Headache, Nurvoun prostration euusod ty tba uo of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Duproislou, Softening of tho Drain refilling In Insanity and leading to misery, decay und death, l'rcmituro Old Age, llarroiiness, Lois of Power Iu either sex, Involuntary Lossos and Spermator rhoea caused by over-oiurtlon of tho Drain, self abuse or overindulgence. Kuoli box contains one month's Iroutineut; SI n box, or six boxes for SB, sent by mall pronuld nn ronelntt prloo. WIIUUAHANTUU SIX IIOXI'.S l to cure any case. Wltheaoh order reoelvedby us for six boxes, accompanied with $5, wo will send the purchaser our written guuranteo to refund tbo money If tho treatment does not ef fect u cure, (funrantons Issued only by C. GIIKISTIANI, Druggist, S01.K Aobnt, -181 Pcaua. live., between -Hi and Uth sts. DRUN1CENNESS OKTIIL'LlQUOIt 1IA1JITCAN 1IG CUKEI) DT ADMlNISTHItlNU Hit. IIAINKS' OOLDEN KPliCIFIC. Can do given In a cup of cofloo or tea without the knowledge of the person taking It. It Is ab solutely harmluss, ued will effect a permanont und speedy euro, whether the patient Is a moder ate drinker or un tilcohollo wreck. It has been given In thousands of cases, and In every In dtanco a perfect euro has followed. IT NBVKH 1'AILS. The system onco Impregnated with tba Specific, It becomes an utter Impossibility for tho lluuor appetite to exist. For sale by 8. V, WAItlMmilortho Kbliltt Ilouso; It. K. HELPIl i:NsriNi:, rourteouthstrootund Vormontuvo nuo. Washington. I nrescrlbA ana ralfr er dona Dig O as tho only ' ODr.ala Pi TO I DATS. Btiuciuo iuriueceriueur ot thUdlflease. O. H.l.NllllAltAM.M. !., .rukUd DOI Ul hdh Binauu. Amsieruam, n. v. uraii;tr&t We have sold Dig O foi many years. And It has MruincmlctlOs. CUulnnAtl.1 I Riven inu u ui au tartlnn, D.lt. DTOnKACO... OMo. UUlc.go, ill. ukV 31.00. BoldbyDrugilitst HEALTH IS WEALTH1 BOOTS AND SHOES. WrCRAWFORD SHOE Is tlao Only Slaoo SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMED BY THE MANUFACTURER. 003 ri'.NNA. AVI!. GRATEFUL COMFORTING EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST, "fly 11 thoroughknowlodge of tbo natural laws which govern thu operations of digestion and nutrition, and byuourctul application of tho lino properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Kpps lias provided our hreakfnat tables with a deli cately uuNourcd beverage which may save us man)' heavy doctors' bills. It Is by tho Judicious llio of such articles of diet that a constitution may bo gradually built up until strong enough to ieBlt every teudenoy to disease. Hundreds ofsubtlo maladies are lloatliucuruund us ready touttaek wliereer there Is 11 weak point. Wo may eseupo many n fatal shaft by keeping our boltoswcll fortified with puro blood and a pro- perly nuurimeii iramo."- vnu Mrclc Oaztltt. stimilv with bollliiL- water or milk. Sold lado simply with boiling wator or milk, sold silt Ilk 1 .1 f fklillil I111J Ilv I?paiiaj IaIa1I. only In hulf-ixmnd tins, bv Grocers, labelled i'ii 1 7 11 imu-viiiin iii3 mi UIVI.VIS, tuuoiitn4 thus; .l.V.ili;s i:i'l',s As CO., llomooopatblo Chemists, London, England. t : V. i 1 M r I M M IkMu.