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The Evening Post.
From Fury Olher Saturday.
Somebody crawls Into inntnma's bol
lust nt tho break of tiny,
Bntigglos upcloonnd whHpcrsloud,
"Moinobody's como to 8Uy."
Somebody rtishos thronih tlio hnuso.
Never onco shuts n ilonri
Broilers lior iiluyllilnci all around,
ovor tlio nursery lloor.
Climbs on the fenco nnd tears lior clothes
Mover a bit enrol sho
Swings on tho g.ito nnd makes mud-pies
Who can somobody bo 7
Homebody looks with ruglsli oyos
Upthrouuli licr tangled, liulr;
"Somebody's mo," silo says, "but then
Somebody doesn't caro."
A NOBLE REVENGE.
Old Grlmlcy was sitting by tho firo
hnlf asleep. Ho was netting too old unci
rheumatic now to throw things nt his
wire, but ho could' still nutiso Iter with
his tongue). Near him sat his Btop
, daughter, Mulmla, a pretty girl of 18,
nnd tho poor woman ho hud made min
eral) o nil her life,
Grlmloy wns In nn unusually nmlnblo
mood that day, bo ho had consoutod that
thoy iniuht go to chuich together.
On tho wny thero tlio two women bo
jrnn to talk about Phil, rt btother of
Mahtila'M who years ago had boon driven
from homo by Grlmloy's crdclty. Tho
boy's sin was In Kol'ig to tho circus
against his slcp-fnthera wishes, and hav
ing been beaten In punishment ho ran
awny to mnUe his fortune
Tho mother nnd daughter folt very
happy to bu alono for n few inomonts
to bo free to talk of tho bov who hod
onco been the orldo of the vlllaco.
Tho girl, who was very young when
ho ran away, was very anxious to know
nil about her missing brother, and Mrs.
Grimloy found pleasure In tolling her,
as thoy trudged alonirthodusty highway.
"You can't remember him, Muhala."
tho mother said, speaking as she might
of ono dead, "you wero so young. But
he was such a pretty boy! Last nleht I
dreamed ho enmo back; but that 'will
never bo now. I guess ho's dead. Don't
you think so, Mahala?"
"How can I think, ma? I wish I
know," said Mahala. "It would bo bet
ter for vou If his gravo was hero In tho
church-yard. It was early, and they
went into tho church-yard and walked
about among tho tombs.
At last they sat down on n bench un
der a grcar willow, waiting for tho bell
to ring, and a young man who had been
walking about among tho graves paused
"Excuse mo," ho said. "I am tho
preacher you will havo to listen to to
day. Mhy I ask your names?"
Tho elder woman gavo hors, ond
"This is my daughter, Mahnla. Will
you sit down, Dominio?" She mado
room for him on tho bench besldo her.
"You'ro quito n young dominio," sho
said gently. "I hopo you'vo got n
mother. Sho must bo proud of you. I
had n, boy I wanted to mako a minister
of, but no's gone!"
"You nro very kind," said tho young
man. "I havo a mother, but sho has not
seen mo for years. I do not know what
you will think when I toll you I ran
away from her."
Tlio poor woman put hot hand to her
bosom and looked at him anxiously.
"Kan awnyt" sho repeated.
"I ran away because I was whipped,"
ho said. "My step-father whipped me."
"Oh!" cried Mohala, turning pale.
"I went to join tho circus, If I could,"
said tho young minister. "That was
what I was whipped for going to tho
"Thoy wore good to mo nnd let mo
travel with them, but when we wero far
"West a kind, good man talked to me as no
one hud over talked before.
Ho told mo that I had better tako his
ndvlco and let him placu me whero I
would bo glvon an education and fitted
for soma other calling. I bolioved him
nnd had soiibo enough to know lio was
"In a Wostorn homo I grow to man
hood und choso to be a preacher. Mothor,
don't you know mo now? Don't you
know Phil. Mahnla, aio vou really ray
dear llttlo sister? I shall tako care of
you both iu tho future."
Tho bolls began to ring. Tho mothor
embraced her son, and hu left her for a
while. AV.hen sho was ablo to go In they
sat and listened to tho sermon with
strango feelings, and joined in tho sing
ing as they hud never joined boforc.
"Phil.l that was Phll.l" tho mother
kept saying to herself.
Tho end of tho dreadful story had
como, and nil was happiness, sweetness,
Phil had returned to hor, nnd hor
dream was realized. Ho stood there in
tho pulpit, preaching, and preaching
well. lie was a good man a true son.
Tears of joy coursed down hor cheeks.
It 8owncd to hor that life could havo no
moro troubles for hor.
It was In tho parsonago that old Grim
ley spent his last days.
Torhaps ho was grateful; perhaps ho
was ashamed of himself.
Perhaps, as ho grow noarcr death, ho
had somo sort of chango of heart. But
ho stopped scolding nllogothor, and al
ways declared that ho "knowed Phil
would turn out well. 'Sparo tho rod nnd
spoil the child,' "ho would mid. "You
understand, I fetched him up on that
Bo ho comforts himself; but ho does
not decolvo others. Phil Is too good a
Christian to contradict him.
Ilooth nml Ilurretl to Separata.
From the Few York Sun,
A member of Lawronco Barrett's family Is
authority for the statomoilt that tho famous
tragedian team will aepnute noxt season. Mr
Harrctt Is more ambitious than Mr. Booth,
The latter Is not In robust health and ho dis
likes traveling. He wishes to put In his sea
son In threo or four of thu prluclpal cities.
Barrett believes lugolne to tho smallor towns,
whero thoro Is tho most money. Then, nniln,
tho repertoire of plajs In which tho two uetora
can appear together Is very small and both nro
pining moro or lcs3 for freedom ana tho
chance to appoar In varied roles.
A clergyman after years of sufforlng from
that loatli60ino dlscaso, Catarrh, aud vainly
trying every known remedy, at last found u
recipe which completely cuiod und saved him
from death. Any sufferer from this dreadful
dlscaso sending a sclf-uddrcsscd stamped en
velope to 1'rof, J. A. Lawrence, 88 Wnrron
Btrcet, Now Vork City, will recclvo tho iccipo
fivo of charge,
Excellent Wines nml Liquors for the IIol
Iduys. Christmas comes on next Tuesday, as every
body Is fully aware, anil on tlioso special fes
tive occasions many of our citizens usually
ludulgo In a llttlo stimulant, and tho treat
cjucstlou arises where can wo purclinJu pure
coodsr AVo would recommend .Mr. James
1 harp's rcllablo establishment at 818 V street
northwest. Ho Is au Importer aud duals lit Duo
i . i
A Uospnrnto Deed,
From Ms Philadelphia lieeard.
lllit Westeud (confidentially) Mr. Sap
hetd proposed to mo last night.
nival Dell; Old hot When I refused hint
In tho afternoon ho said ha was goluu; to do
Ilcudacho, backacho, toothache and all
oilier aches ciiyil by Salvation Oil. 35 cents,
r.vcu body's remedy Is what thpy cull Dr.
Hull's Cough Hyrup. l'rlco only 'J5 cents.
AN KCfysTHIO M1LM0NA1KR.
Homo of tin, jjcllar Pcrsoiuil Trults of
Isiiluli V. Wiiuiinon of Plillndolrililii.
Isaiah V. Jlnmson, who has given
ono-slxth of hUfortunoof $15,000,000 to
establish tho fko school of mechanical
trades and Intcnn to doublo his gift If
the money shallVj needed, has been ono
of Philadelphia most energetic capi
talists nnd phllaimroplsts for years, says
tho Record of tlmtrtlty. Old merchants,
who havo known r,m for halt a century,
do not know whcrWo find him, If ho Is
not nt his dingy Htlo olllco nt 00 Bank
Ho has romalnoAn bacholor all his
llfo, anil now In h83th year ho has
foundod nn lnstitulon, which, llko
Glrnrd College, wllhhvays remain nn
enduring monument V his princely lib
erality und tho high firposo for which
It wns founded. Mr.WItllamson Is of
Quaker origin, nnd wnkborn In Bucks
County In lbOll. His fahcr wn3 n hard
working fnrntcr In Hint action, nnd the
son in early llfo bociira imbued with
those economical nrlncplcs Hint In
later years enabled him roll up his
immense foitune. It Is sail of him thnt
tho guiding prlnclplo In his money
making ventures has bcctrriot to do a
thing to-day thatenn just as vill bo dono
to-morrow. To this ho nttllnitcs his
success In the commorclnl worll.
He usee: to bo fond of ratloml nmusa
ments, nnd lor twonty years sjont ovcry
summer nt Saratoga. "ThougL nn old
man ho was passlonntely fond ofdanciiiL',
nnd wns always on lho'lloor at tio fnsh
ionablo balls nnd hops nt that famous
wutorlug place Ho was novcr n, a loss
for a pnrtner, for ho was known tojvery
body at Saratoga ns "tho rich biholor
from Philadelphia." Many woi tho
adroit llttlo schemes concocted by am
bitious mammas with lnarrlagtiblo
darlings to rescue tho old gentleman 1-om
bachelorhood, but they all failed, as dio
object of their attentions slipped through
To this day, in tho sunsot of his lift,
tho aged philanthropist delights to go
sip with his ever-uarrowing circlo of no,
qualntauccs for ho makes but fow new
friends about tho gay timos ho used to
havo at Saratoga. Long ago, a quarter
of n century, perhaps, he drovo a good
team, but ho dispensed with his carriago
and horses bccatibo ho grow tired of
A gentleman who has known him for
forty years said yesterday of this peculi
arity: "It was easier for Sir. Williamson
to clvo nwny $10,000 than to tmrchaso a
suit of clothes for himself. Ho has car
ried tho samo umbrella for fifteen years
or more, and stuck to it becauso ho says
ho likes it. Ho moves about frequently
and generally stnys nt thohousoof n rela
tive. Ho has no furnituro to speak of,
nnd can move about at his pleasure Ho
does not caro to liftvo many pcoplo know
whero ho lives, and tho citv directory
only gives tho location of bis ollico on
He Is not and never has been n mean
man, and tho crowning net of his llfo
tho establishment of tho proposed
school has been undertaken with a vlow
of ro-establlshlng tho old apprenticeship
system, which flourished so extensively
In his youth nnd manhood.
In porsoual appoaranco Mr. 'William
son is rather n small man, weighing
about 130 pounds. He has n very pleas
ant face, and somo people say his fea
tures nro somewhat of a feminlno cast.
Ho has a bright oyo and his wholo coun
tenance Is suggestive of firmness -and do
THE SILENT TOWLMIS.
Wiioro Flocks of Vultures anil ItnvcnB
Dwell Among tlio Dflad.
-. . I ' Itom the London Tld Bill.
Ono of tho most romurknblo customs
of tho Pursues Is their method of dispos
ing of tho dead. On tho rocky crest of
Malabar Hill, from whence tho admiring
beholder looks down on a magnificent
panorama of city, sea 'and bay, tho Par
sees own a beautiful plot of ground,
which Is ornamented with lofty palms
and flowering plants. In this garden or
cemetery stands tho Dakhma, or "Tower
Tho interior of this structure Is divided
into threo circular or concentric cham
bers, each of which is In turn divided
into numerous smaller chambers. Tho
Inner circlo Is for tho bodies of children,
the noxt for tho women and tho outer
circlo for tho men. When a corpse Is
brought to tho cemetery by tho relatives
It is recolvcd by attendants, clad iu white
robes, nnd, nmid tho chanting of priests,
is placod in ono of tho compartments of
Almost immediately tho "holy birds
of Ormuzd," tho sedate vultures perched
on tho Palmyra palms In tho cemetery,
swoop down into tlio open tower, nnd In a
fow minutes devour tho flesh of tlio dead
body. Swarms of ravens follow and vo
raciously swallow tho remnants of this
feast. Later tho bleached boties aro gath
ered into n roceptaclo undor tho tower.
To most Europeans this is n horrlblo
modo of sepulture; hut, as collating
zoologist, I confess I think tho swift de
struction of n dead body bv vigorous
birds of prey or by lire, as wlih tho Hin
dus, more (esthetic nnd poetical than
tho slow, wasting, worm-eating corrup
tion of tho gravo a method that Is just
ns revolting as that of tho Parsecs. If Is
In opposition to sanitary laws, nnd Is
often tho sourco of dlscaso.
THE WniM 0PAN EMPRESS.
A $1,000,000 ltcslilenco Abandoned Ho
causo of u Fnncleri IumiiicHH.
Tho Thlergartcn at Lainz, whero tho
Emperor AVIlliam wont dcor shooting on
lately with tho Crown Prlnco Rudolph,
says tho London Truth, is nn undulating,
thickly-wooded nnd very picturesque
park, which covers six Ungllsh squnro
miles, nud Is surrounded by a wnll ten
feet in height.
About threo years ago tho Empress
built n splendid summer residencu at ono
corner of tho Thiergnrten, which, with
Its stables and riding school, cost 300,
000. It Is In tho Renaissanco stylo, nnd is
superbly furnished and decorated, but
when Her Majesty visited thu Austrian
Godollo (as It was called nt Vienna) sho
fancied that tho interior was damp. Sho
at onco concolved a vlolont projudlco
against tho plnco, nnd has never yet in
habited it. '
It Is falso economy that Induces pcoplo to
uso cheap butter, cheap meat, cheap Hour anil
other cheap articles of food. In nlnu cases
out of ten cheap ai tides of food are cither
damaged or adulterated, aud arc dear at any
prlco. They aro soldom what thoy purport to
bo, and If not really dangerous to use, gener
ally prove unsatisfactory to the purchaser or
consumer. Of allchcap things, cheap articles
ot food should bo most carefully avoided.
Uread that Is heavy or sour has passed tho
hounds of ledempllou, llutter that has be
come rancid cannot bo regcueiatcd by tho ad
ditional roloilng. Moats that aro tainted can
by no chemical procos be restored to their
original coudltlon, and tho secret of lufuelug
freshness Into stale vegetables and decayed
fruits remain uudlscovcrod. To usn low-mlced
stuff for food Is not only extravagant ami fool
ish, but criminal. It Isattagraut violation of
tho laws of physiology and hygleiio, and a
iccklessdollanco ntdlteiiso and death, liowuro
of low-priced alleles ot food.
Advice to Mother.
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Byiup should al
wuys bo used for children teething It soothes
tho child, softens tho iriniis. ullita all iralu.
cures wind colic, nnd la tho best remedy for !
MEN DON'T m.AGlCKN Tlir.llt IIAIIl
AND WHISICVKS NOW.
Men Aro Not So Ashamed of Showing
Their Abo in Thoy Woro formerly
Tlio Pernicious lllTcctn of Unlng l)yo
AVIml; the I.ntoHt I'ad Is Tho Ited
Headed Girl Has tlio Call Now.
Fromtht rhUatlelpMa Itintt.
A tall, slender man, dressed In black
and wearing an old-fashioned collar nnd
ornvar, wnlked into John Bach's barber
shop, undor Green's Hotel, yesterday
afternoon, nnd, walking up to Barber
Bach, said so low that none of tho cus
tomers In tlio shop heard hltn:
"Do you dyo hair hero7"
Harbor Bach shook his head and said!
"Haven't for eight years."
Tho man's hnlr was a dark pink nnd
his mustache was mixed with pink and
white hairs. Tho man was a walking
photograph of tho fop of fllteen years
ngo, when it was fashionable to wear
dyed hair nnd mustaches. He left tho
shop us quietly ns ho had entered. After
he was gono Barber Bach, who has been
n tonsorial artist for fifteen yenrs nnd
who has shaved most of tho prominent
men In town, said:
"That's tho first customer I'vo had for
hair dyeing for many a day. Ho's ono
of tho old timers. Ten yenrs ago, when
I worked at Sovcnth nnd Chestnut, It was
tho fashion for men to dyo thoir hnlr and
mustaches. In thoso days mou were
ashamed of their gray hairs. I think
thero was n greater display of vanity
then than now. Young mon who wero
promaturoly gray wero ashamed of gray
hairs, too; but it's considered just tho
thing to bo promaturoly gray now, and n
good many youuc men uso powdor nnd
cosmotlcs to mako their black hair look
gray. It wns fashionable for young men
who had puny mustaches to havo them
dyed, so thnt tho fuzz on their upper lips
would stand out in bold rellof from their
"Hnlr dyolng is a dend nrt. None of
tho harbors In tho heart of tho cltv keen
jhnlr dyo nowadays. It used to pay Im
mensely anu barbers mauo lots of money.
Dyeing hnlr and whiskers was a 'A or k
j)b, and it took an hour or two to fix a
itau up. I know meu who aro as gray
nabadgcrs now who used to get their
hnV dyed ovcry two weeks. I know men
wh? spent all tho money thoy could
scrape together outside of their living to
keen their hair and whiskers blnck.
"Rut now a man who wants his hair
dyed Would bo ashamed to go to a big
shop to have it dono. Thoro nro a few
llttlo shops whero hair is dyed. Men go
thero becauso nobody they know will see
them. No man who dyes his hair
imntrinca thnt any ono knows his hnlr Is
dyed. Tho big liorbers won't keep hair
dyo any moro. It's only uitrnto of silver
nnd water. I used to uso rain water. I
hnd to wear gloves while dying hair, for
tho constant application of tho dyo mndo
my hands sore. Itntointo my fingers
and nearly poisoned mo.
"I can namo n number of dead men
who woro prominent In this city n dozen
or fifteen years ago who died from tho
effects of hair dyes, and I know of othois
who became insano. All hair dyo is
poison, and will ovcntually poison a
man's wholo system. If a man who
dyes his hnlr will put n bright silver half
dollar in his trousers pocket and carry It
for a month or two. tho hnlf dollnr will
turn us blnck ns ink, which shows thnt
tho dyo must affect his wholo system.
"Hnlr dyo is to blnmo for hundreds of
bald heads In this town to-day. Tho
dyo kills tho roots of tho hair. It cats
into tho flesh, too. If u man with a
dyed mustache wero to shave oil his
mustache thero would bo a pink streak
across his uppcr.llp thnt would not dis
appear for months. Of courso, it is not
as fashionable now to dyo hair ns It used
to bo, but still I bcllovo theio would bo
lots of it dono, only thnt men have
found out throuph tho fnto of others that
hair dyo Is ruinous to tho system. It
takes a man of great mentnl and physi
cal strongth to stand the effects of hnlr
dye. I am glad that hair dyeing Is no
longer a part of the harbor business. I
always felt that I was helping to hurry a
man to his gravo when I wns dyeing his
"Tho latest fad is bloaching mustaches.
Barbers don't do It. Mon buy the
bleach and npply It nt home. It is dono
mostly by young meu. You can seo lots
of young men to-day with dark brown
hair who havo lovely blondo mustaches.
Tho bleach makes thomustocho streaked
In lines of gold nnd light brown. Tho
girls like blondo mustaches. Rlnck
mustaches, even of tho slmon-puro sort,
havo lost favor.
"Mon with ilory red mustaches uso
bleach nowadays. Not ull mon with red
mustaches, but a gront ninny. You
won't seo nonr so many red mustaches
now as you could have" seen a year ago.
You'll seo n man with n bond of led hnlr,
while his mustache will bo n lovolv tint
of old gold. Tho bleach is just as "inju
rious as tho black hair dye. A good
many men with red beards uso tho
bleach, too. A blondo beard is very
fnshlouablo nowadays. Tho ordinary,
ovory.day observer Isn't likely to dotcct
a bogus blondo beard or mustache, but n
barber vyho knows his business can tell
them ovcry tlmo.
"Tho rod-headed girl hns had to suffor
a good deal about that chestnut which
connects her hair with the whlto horse,
but that's played out now. lied-hnlred
girls, unless their hair isa fiery led, havo
tho call at tho present tlmo. 'That's tho
reason red-headed girls don't lesoitto
tho bleach-bottle.. Thero nro moto bogus
blondes In Philadelphia to-day than thero
ever wero. I can point out hundreds of
them on Liciitu street every uay. In
tlmo thoy will feel tho effects of tho
bleach. Anything that will chango tho
natural color of tho hair must necessarily
act upou tho roots of tho hair.
Hundreds upon hundreds of women
whose hnlr is naturally brown aio
mnsquerading to-day as blondes. I can
tell n bogus blondo tho moment I boo ono.
In order to keep tho hnlr from assuming
its natural color tho bleach has to ho ap
plied nt least onco a month. Kvory
woman who uses blench Is shortening
hor own llfo nnd ruining her hnlr. Tho
prnctlco of bleaching tho hair Is not con
fined to any particular class of womcu.
In New York, at tho present tlmo, thero
Is much mnru of It dono than In Philadel
phia, und there aro establishments tlioio
that employ womou to npply tlio blench,
Theso places nro coining money."
Speaking of vanity, Barber Bach said:
"The place to hold tlio minor up to na
ture is in a barber shop, cither whero
men go to got shaved or where women go
to have their hnlr attended to. The
weaknesses In tho way of vanity crop
out In n barber shop as thoy do nowhero
"Clamor Than Hrisilos."
Exnmlno your Drlstlo Tooth limsh through a
microscope alter u fow weeks' use,
IS IT A 1.1 VI;? VKH.
Dr. Chas. )l. Goodrich, of gt.I'aul wrltoi: "Tho
? .irfirwrnr nm.? Jr
cnforics nloanllnOM from periodical olunitoof
"1 eltn" (ut tho small i oit o( about ono cent),
IIOIISI -V MM'0 '., I Urn, N, ,
AT ALL Ditb'CIUIbTtJ.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1888.
A CHINESE (IIULJX A HMIUSE.
DiEtilml a i Man Sho Follow Hor
Triiiuit Lover From San Francisco.
From the AVw York Sun.
I.ato Tuesdny nfternoon a good-looking
and nobby, small-sized young
Chinaman, who could not have been
moro than elghtcon, drovo up In a cab to
5 Mott street nnd alighted. Ho gavo n
dollar to tho cabman, nnd timidly
walked up tho street, glancing nt thu
Chinese stores as If looking for a certain
number. A Chinnuinu asked him what
storo ho sought.
"I want to look for a room, " ho re
plied Innvciy low. but flno tone that
sounded llko tho voice of n girl. The
Chinaman showed tho stronger to 17
Mott stroot, tn thq renr of n largo tcno
inoiitl occupied nlmost exclusively by the
Chinese. Hero a room was rented lo
him by another Chinaman.
Although, his appoaranco nttractcd
attention whou w nppcarcd upon the
street nobody dnro, to speak to him for
tho icason that ho would not speak to
auybody. Last Saturday evening lodg'
ors In tho now arrival's apartments heard
two voices within.' One of them was
tho volco of a woman upbraiding a
man, who could only bo heard sotto voce.
Iu a short tlmo they catno out and to the
great astonishment of nil n very pretty
young Chinese girl In full feminlno attlro
followed a big. broad-shouldorcd young
Chinaman of about twcnty-flvo yenrs.
Thoy went down stairs, after locking
their door, jumped Into n enrringo thnt
wn3 In waiting, and drovo tapidly up tho
From Mr. Ah Bock nn inmnto of 1"
Mott street, it was learned that the good
looking young Chinaman wns Yo Doy,
n youtur Chinese girl of San Pinncisco.
who somo two years slnco fell in lovo
with Ah Suoy, who had como East to
bolter his condition. Although promis
ing to send for her when settled here, ho
had either forgulim or neglected to do
so. After waiting patiently for ntlmo
Yo Doy got n clw to his whereabouts,
aud not beini: nbh to write a letter sho
concluded to ilo tlio noxt best thing, nnd
this was to como lu person. Tho pmug
gled a suit of nek's clothing into her
npaitmonts, and' thus qnielly stole out
of tho honsoat night iu tho bluo blouso
of tho Chinese, id ono recognized her
ns n woman, nnd stio bonrded tho first
train for tho Enitl Her long-lost lever
joyfully took her ikny to get marilod.
A Nou Schomo.
A man recently p seated a check nt tho
baggage-room In Da bury, Conn., and re
ceived In exchange a i catly-palnted box about
the slzo of an ordinal trunk. A dozen ex
pressmen at onco dcsl id his patronage. Ilo
smiled kindly nud ton ; out two long nnd two
short sticks. Ilia 1 nig sticks ho fitted Into
staples at tho uppt and lower opposite
comers of tho box. ' 10 Bhort sticks then be
carao cross-piece?, co nccthic tho lone ones,
and tho wheel foum n place between the
lower ends of tho lorn
pieces. Thus, quicker
than It takes to tell
it, the man had trans-
formed his box ititi
n wueolbanow nuu
trundled It away. Ilo
bturned In a few bonis,
repacked tho wheel am sticks, and quit town
on a west-bound train
Ilo v,as said to bo an
agent for a rcllclous
mbllcatlon houso and
resorted to tho wheqbarrow dovlco
Mockln ltmlon'n Victim.
V,'. C. Whltuoy, whdas nttornoy for Hanker
S. W. llawson In his dVorco suit In Chicago,
was shot and wouudeil
lu open court by Mrs.
ltawsou lastsprlne, wi adjudeod lusano cs
tcrday, aud was sentto an asylum. It np
pcarcd In ovldonco thathls Insanity isn direct
result of tho shooting. He Is suffering from
profound niclauchollaAsupcrluduced by a
hallucination that ho Is bulng pursued by a
womau who wants to mtrdcr htm.
Suits at $2 and $3,
nud Overcoats nt
$3.50 and M.
i;isi:man Duos, aoventh andl:,
MauufuctuHug Cltthfurs and Tailors,
( i) u-ondcrful
how qutellji Vly's
C'lciiii Halm hat
helped n( curnf
vie. For a ueckat a
lime I amid nut eee,
inflammation in my
nose nml head.
ton, 11 ar tfo r if,
AmrMclo Is nnnlted Into piicft nostlll nud Is
nRreo.ibln. l'rlco Ml coat at lmmslKts by aall,
roistered, 00 cent. ELY LllOTIIIilti, GO
Wurrou htroot. New Vork.
When shipped by tlio
United States Express Co
Aro.suro to reaoh destination H llrst-class con
dition nnd dollvered with p-ompmos. Tho
most careful handling Is fully zuainuleuil, and
ovory possible effort mndo to Inxuru quick dls
patoli, tlieroby nssurlns promptdillvcry.
1'acknROs of merchandise (ewolry, money,
valuables, received nnd forwa'dort to all points
In tho United Mates nud to principal points In
forclsn countries. Don't fall to thlo bv tlio
Unitod States Express Co.
In order to socuru perfect sntlsfantlon.
810 rHNNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Telephone, Call, b71-'.!.
01B Tcnnn. A o., ' 133 1 1'cnna. Ave.,
Now Jnroy Avo. and 0 btrcet.
And .12d nnd M btrebu, Uenriretown. D. 0.
(Iul7-St Ucneral Acont.
EDWARD F. DROOP,
025 l'KXXA. AVEMJK.
Call and csauiluo tho laruo itooiot
Hauler A Bro,, A.M. Chaso. Marshall Wen
dell. Win-clock, Hooker is Sou, llrlKKs, Grove
stccn & fullor and other
Tlanos sold on Installments, Exolmnsod,
Ilcntod, Uopulrod, Tunod, Jilnvod and S torod.
Shoot M119I0, forol 11 und dOtnoitlc: Musical
mdso.,eto..oon8tunt)ynn linnd. Uunjo, Oultar,
Mundolln, Violin nud Cullo btciiics a specialty.
Grand, Upright nnd Square
Special attention of Holiday purohaaen Win-
1 llrwl tji ..itH
"NEW AUTISTIC bTYI,i:a,"
l'lnlshtNl lu doidj.-us of
"HIGHEST DBiOUATIVr. AUT."
PIANOS I'OH KENT.
Scooiid-haud Pianos ut All Priors,
Wm, Knabk & Co,,
817 Murlsct apace.
The Groat Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
Double 7Vock. Splcmlid Scenery.
isteel HaiU. Magnificent Equipment.
In ErriiOT Drttimrn 0. 1838.
Trains lonvo Washington, from station oornor of
Sixth and H streets, m follows:
ion PiTTsnBiiu nnd the Wo-t. Chloaifo Limited
Express of I'ullinun Vcitlliiiled Cars nt B.611 11 111
dally,' 1'UU Line. U 60 u m dally to Cincinnati and
rt. ifiuls. with Sleeping Cars from 1'iltsburg to
Cincinnati, und lliirrl.hitnr tn Nt Ijii.I.- il.illi-
except Saturday, to Chicago, with Slot'pitu Car
Altoonii to Chicago. WcHtorn Express nt 7.40
pm dally, with Sleonlng Cars Washington 'o
Chicago and St. Louis, connecting dally at
llarrlsburg with thlnugh Sleepers for Louisville
. i.S?1!''111, 1'nelllo Expro, 10.00 p m oally
for Pittsburg and tho w- st, with through
blcCDertol'litsburg. and Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMOIIB ANU POTOMAC ItAILIIOAI).
, rV,n Saf Canandalgiin nnd Itoehetordaltyj
nW.unal nnd Nlnenro dillljr, oxeopt Saturday,
Itochc'il m' W"h 8lt,0Pln,J Car Washington to
Fou Wii.tjAMsroirr, Look llnven and Eluilraat
.M n m dally, oxoont Sunday.
1'oiiSkw YonK nnd the East. 7.30, 0.00. 11.00
nnd 11. .10 n m, '.'.CO, 4 10, 10.U0 and 11. so p m. On
Sunday, t) (X). n.40 n m, S w, 4.10, 10.00 and
11.80 pin, LI 111 Hod Express of Pullman Tnrlor
cars, C.4f n m, dally oxcopt ouuday, nnd 3.45 pm
dally, with dining car.
Ton IlnnoKLrN, N. Y all through trains con
nect at .Tcrtov City with boats of Urooklyn
Annex, ullordfng direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding doublo ferriage across Now
Ftit I'utUDELriilA. 7.50. 800, 0.00, 1100 and
11.40am, 8 01,4.10.0 00, DIO, 10 00 nnd ll.S0pm
On Sunday. 0 00, 11.40 a in, 8.00. 4.10, 6 00,8.10,
10.00 and 11.20 pin. Limited Expross all parlor
cars 0.10 a m tteck-davsana 3.45 p m dally, with
Foil UALTiMonB, 0.35, 7.50, 800, 0.00, 0 40,9.80,
11 00 nnd 11.40 a m. Vi 05. S 00. 3.45, 4.10, 4 SO, 4.10,
o.oo, 7.40, io, 1000 nnd 11.20 p m. On Sunday,
0.00, 0.O'., 0.50. 11.40 nm.S.00, 8.43, 4.10, 0.00, 7.40,
s.Iu 10.00 nndtlOpm.
Fpn I'ot'B'a CnEEK Link, 7.20 nmand4.40pm
dally, except sundnv.
Fon ANHArous. 7,20 nnd 0.00 n m. 13.01, 4.10
pm dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9.00 a m,
ALBXANDHIA AND mEDKRtUKSIIUna
HAILWAT ANU ALEXANDKIA ANU
.Fou AutXANnniA, 0 00, fl.35, 8.40. 9.15, 10.57 n m,
18.01 noon, 2.05. 4.M, 00, S.53, 0.05,8.03, 10.01
nnd 11.87 p m. On Sunaay at 0.00, 0.45, 10.57 a
m, S.30, B.M, 8.05 nnd 10.03 n m.
AccouuoiUTIOM for Quautlco, 8.00 pm woek
Fon lticiiMOND and the South, COO, 10,57 a m
dally nnd 0.O5 p m dally, exoept Sunday,
TitAiNi leave Aloxaudila for Washington,
C03, 7.U3, 8.00. 9.10, 10.15, 11.07 a m, 1.SO. 3.(H, 3 4),
6.10,7.0ft, o.li, 10 44 nnd 11.03 pm. On Sunday
nt 9.10 and 11.07 u m. 8.00, 0.10, 7.03, 9.SJ and
Tickets nnd Information at tlio olflco, north
cast corner of 1:1th strict nnd 1'cnnsylvanla
nvonuo, nnd nt tho station, whero orders can bo
leltforthocbeoklngot baggage to destination
from hotcH nnd residences.
chas. e. ruaii, ,T U. WOOD,
General Mauazer, Uen. Puss. Agent.
Baltimore and Ohio railroad.
Schedule In effect Dee. 0, 18S8.
Leave Washington from station corner of Now
Jersey nvenue und C street.
Ton Ciiicaoo nnd Northwest, Vostlbulod Lim
ited express dally 8.65 11, m , express 9.03 p. m,
Fon Cincinnati nnd St. Louis, express dally
3.00 nnd 11.10 p. in.
Ton I'irrsuuno nnd Clevoland, Vostlbuled
Limited express dally 8.53 11. m. nnd express 9.05
Ton LtxiNcnoN and Local Stations, 10.10
1'on DALTtMonE, woek days, 5.00, 0.30. 0.40.
7.30, 8.!J0. u.43, 11.00 (43-mlnuto train) a. in., 13.10,
2 05. .1.15, (15-mlnuto train), 3.85. 4.80. 4,35, 0.30,
0.45.7.30.0.45 and 11.30 0. in. Sundays. USO,
8.30, 0.43 11. in., 1.15, 8.03, 3.83, 1.30, 1.33, 0.43,
7.30, 9.45 and ll.S0p.m.
Fon Wav Stations between Wnshlugton nnd
Daltlmoro, 5.00, 0.40, 8 80 a. m 18.10, 3.83, 4 33,
G.43, ll.30p.m. Ou Sundays, aso a.m., 1,15,3.83,
4.S5, 0.15, 11.30 p.m.
Tuains leave Daltlmoro for Washington at
6.10, 0.80. 0d0. 7.80,8.00 (45-mlnuio train), 9.W,
9 03, 10.30 (13-mlnuto train) n. in.. 1.M5, 8.O0, 3.00,
4.10, B.OO, 0 00, 0 30, 8.00, 10 00 nnd 11.00 p. m. On
bundjyn, B.10, 0.3O, 8.0). 0.00, 0.03, 10.30.H. m.:
1,15, 2.0O, 4.10, B.OO, 0.30, 8.00 10.00 nnd 11.00 p. in.
Von Annai'Olis, 0.40 nud 8.30 n. in., 18.10 nud
4 33 p. in. On Sundays, 8 30 n. m , 4,33; p. m,
Lcavo Annapolis 0.40, 8 37a. m., 18.03, 4.10 p.m.
Sunduys, 8.37 a. m., (.10 p. ra.
Von Stations on tho Jletropolttnr Dranch,
ta33, 10.10 a. m., J1.15 p. m., for prl.iclpal sta
tions only; 110. 10, n. in., T4.33 nnd 15.30 p. in.
Fon OAiTiixiununa nnd Intermediate points,
19.00 u. in., H8.8O, 14.40, 3.33. tll.80 p. m.
Fon Uotij's nnd Intermediate stations, T7.00 p.
m S10.00 p, m.
CiiunciiTitAiN lenves Washington on Sunday
at 1.13 p. m., stopplug ut nil stations on Metro
Fou Fnr.Dentci;, 10.10 a, in., 1 1.3.1 and 3.30 p,
in. Sundays, 1,15 p. m.
Fon IIaoeiistown, 10.10 a. m. and 5.30 p. m,
TnAiNs Ar.niVK from Chicago clillv 8.33 a. m.
and U.31 11. in.; from Cincinnati uud St. Louis
dally 0.80 u. m. and 1.55 p.m.; from Pittsburg,
8.33 u. in., t"i) nnd 0.35 p. in.
FonriiiMDEiruiAUnd Wilmington, dally, 8.15
a.m., 8.03, 1.80 nnd 11.30 p.m. Buffet l'arlor
Cars 011 tho 8.13 11. m. nnd 4.80 p. m. triilnt.
sleeping Cars on tho 11.30 p. in., open nt 9.00
FoniSTEnMKuiATEroiNrs between Bnltlmoro
nnd Philadelphia, u,30 n. m., i.m uud tl.30
Tuains wave Philadelphia tor Wiislilngton.
dally. 8.30, 11.00 a, m.,:i.50, 7.00 p. m. nnd 18.03
tUxoopt Sunday. 'Dully. SSundny only.
llngRago Lulled for and checked at botcN nnd
residences on orders left at tlckot olllces, Oil)
nnd 1US1 l'cunsylvunla aunuo.
W. M. CLEMENTS, CHAS. O. SCULL,
(,'cn. Mauacer. tien. l'uss. Act
Piedmont Air Lino
SciiEPUM IM ErrrcT NoviCMnnn IP, 1883.
8:30 a M East Tenuesee Mail, dully for
l)ur'. nnd stations botween Aloxundrlu and
Lynchburg, ltoauouke, Urlstol, Knoxvllle,llouio,
Calcru, iiontgomory and Now Orleans, Pull
man sleopcr Washington to Now Orleans.
11:21 a nFnst Mall Dally for Warrenlou,
ChnrlottcsUlIe. tlordonsrlllo, stations Ches.f
iioiiko and Oliloltoute.Lynohbuv.llookyMount,
Danville and stations between Lynchburg und
Danville. Urcensborn', ltalelgh.Charlottt'.Lolum
bin, Alkeu, Augusta. Atlanta, Birmingham,
Montgomery, New Orlcnus, 'i'oxnj and Califor
nia. Pullman Sleoier New York to Moiugoni
cry, lu count otlonwlth Pullman Sleepers Mont
gomery to New Orleans, nnd Mann lloudolr
sleepers for Dlrmlnghain.Vlcksburg und Shrovo
port. Pullman Sleeper Ureciuboro 10 Columbia
and Augulu. Solid trains Washington to At
lanta. Does not connect for C. uud O. routo
VS.00 v m PAiir, exoopt Sunday, for Manassis,
Strashurg and Intermedlato suttlons
fi.30 p . Wmtbiin ExniBJslfiaTly for Warren .
ton,, Oordomvllle, Chanottoavlllo, Loulsvlllo,
nnd Clnolnuatl, I'ullmdu bloopers and solid
trains Washington to ixiulsvlllo: ulso fur Lynch
burg, Urlstol. Chattanooga, Memphis, Llttlo
Hock nnd all Southwestern poluis. Through
Pullman bloopers Waihlngtou to Memphis with
11 r m. Sodtiisun hxrnitss aally for Lynch
burg, Dinvlllo, Itah'Igh. Ashevllla, Charlotte,
Columbia, Alkon, Augusta, Atlanta, Itoutgonv
ery. New Orleans. Texas and California. I'ulP
miu Vestibule Slceuer Wushlnglon to Nw
Orleans Via Atlanta and Mon ginnery. ju.
man sleoiier Wnshlngtou to Augusta, flu., with
Tuains on Wasiiinoton and Oiiio Divimon
leuvoWafchlugtontiWn, ro, dally exoopt bun.
ilny, und :!?. lMlf Brr,lvu .Hound mil
Il:i8urannd7fllpin. Heturnlug, lea vo Hound
llllt II 05 a in, dully, and lftlp in, dully exoopt
Sunday, arriving Washington 8.30 u m und U:S5
Thuouoiitiuins from tho South, via Charlotte.
Danville and I.viU'hbiirg, arrlvo In Wushlngtoii
70 a m and 7:35 p mi via Kust Tonno4oe,
DilstoUndLynohbtira ut ll:i:iumundl):lu p
mi via Cheutieako aud Ohio route uud
Charlottsvlllo nt 0: 10 p in and 7:00 a in, Strw
burg local atli:l7atn.
Tickets, sleeplug-cnr reservation and Informn
Hon turnlsned, ami baggago oheked ut oOUio,
lllOO Penntyivatln uvonue, und ut Passenger
btntlou, Pennsylvania liallroad, bixlhund l
',teCt JAMB8 L. TAYLOlt Oeu, Pass. Agont.
Chesapeake and Ohio Routo.
Schedule. Inetfoot SEPT. 10. 1883.
Tmlns leave Union Dopot, 81xth and II streets.
I0.ft7 u. m. Fou NtwroiiT Newk, old Point
Comfort aud Norfolk, dully except bundny, Ar
rlvo In Norfolk 7 p. m.
llflltt.nl. Fou nations on tho Chosapoako
und Ohio luWIrKhilii. Wo-.t Virginia und Ken
tuVky, dally oxoept Sunday, Sleeping oars cut.
ton lorgo to Lexington, Ky.
n.:) p, m. I'aht Wrunw Bxi-iiess dally.
Solid train, vslth Piillmun lluttot sleeping oara
lo lAiulsvllloi Pullman ten lee to I'lnciiiiiutl, bt.
LcmK Mi "'WW uud N' w nrlouus.
Olltcc, 0J3 Veuulvanla avnuin
11 W FlLLKIt,
(leu. Pass, Aseut.
Tho Wining Typewriter ..-TIIE BKUIXQW.H.
AUGUST W. NOACK. Proildont. FIIANCIS' OAHLICKS. Secretary.
1881-1880 EsTAnLtsur.n 1R3I
THE SHOOMKKER COMPKMY
CSuocosori to Bhoomakor & HcrUog,)
IMPOItTKItS AND JOUIIEKS OF
Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c,
Nos. 1U31 nnd 13U3 11 STKEKT NOIITI1WEST,
Tclophone coll, 017. WASIIINOTON, D. O,
ALL (J0ODS SOLD AT NEW TOKK PniCKS,
Assorted Cases of ono dozen Wines, Liquors and Cordials at dozeu prices.
91 6 and 41 I Sevonth Stroot, 1221 Pennsylvania Avo.
Engravings, Etchings, Frames, etc.
Headquarters I Gents' Fine Shoes.
rorpolio, Iluiinroo nml Cnlf .Shoe lu Suit Kverjone at
GARTRELL'S, 900 Seventii Street.
OVISIt A MILLION DISTHIDUTED.
LOUISIANA STATE WHERY COMPANY
Incorporated by tho Lozlslaturo 'in 18(8 for
Educational and Charitable purposes, and Its
frauelilso mado a part of tho prevent Stato Con
ttltutlon, in 187U, by un oveuwiidlmino roru-
Its OltAND EXTltAOUDINAltV DRAWINOS
takoplaoa Scml-Aunuallv, (June and December),
nnd Its UHAND SINOLE NUJI1IEH DHAWINOS
tnke plnco In eaoh of tlio other ton months ot
theyenr, and nro nil drawn In public, ut tho
Academy of Music. Now Orlcaus, La.
'Wodo hereby certify lliat we supervlso tho
nrrangemonts for nil of tho Monthly nnd Semi
Annual Drawings of tho Louisiana Htiitn
Lottery Co., und In person manage and control
tho Drawings themselves, nnd that tho same
aro conducted with honesty, fairness, nud In
rood faith toward ull parties, nnd wo nuthorlzu
tho Company to uso this certificate, with rue
slmllos of our signatures nttnehed, lu Its adver
tisements." G. T. BEAUREGARD,
J. A. EARLY,
Wo tho undersigned Hanks nnd Hankers will
pay nil Prizes drawn In tho Louisiana Stnlo
Lotteries, which may bo presented ut '6nr
It. 111. WAI.JISLKV. I'ronr. l.u. Nut. Itank.
1. I.ANA1IX. lMmt. Stnlo Nut. Hunk
A. HAf.mvl.V, 1'roi.t.N. ). Nut. Ilimk.
CAUL. KOIIN, l'rvst. Union Nut. lliiuk.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
At tho A en do my of JHuflc, Sow Orlouns,
TUKSDAV, Juuimry 10. 1K8U.
CAPITAL PRIZE, 600,000.
100,000 Tickets ut Twenty Hollar each.
llulres, 310; (juaiters, jn; Tenths.
$-; Twentieths, $1.
LlbT OP PHIZES.
1 PIltZK OP $3011,000 is $300,000
1 PltlZEOP IIUMKIOIS , KK).(IIK)
i l'lti.i; oi'' .-iu.oihiis r,u,ouii
lPUIZKOr' t!.-,OIH)ls !25.0l)0
J Plll.K-jOli' lu.ootlnra 'Jti.outl
r pitizB-ior n.oooure 2.-..oiki
i!B piii.KS 01? 1,000 Hre us.oon
IOO PKIZKS01.' BOOure fiO.oon
titxi piiizumoI'' tiooure (10,000
OOO PUIZUS OF UOOliro lOO.OUO
100 Trlros of S.'oo nro $ fiO.tmo
lOOPrlzesof floonro tlo.ooo
lOOPrlzcsof UOOaro UO.U0O
00!) Prizes of loo uro 00.000
001) Prizes of 100 are IM),!I0(I
3,1:11 Prizes, amounting to..., 9l,oni,K(iii
Notb. Tlokcts drawing Capital I'llzos aro not
entitled to terminal prizes.
CfTFo.i Cu'ii Hate, or liny further Informa
tion desired, write legibly to tlio undersigned,
clearly utatlng your renldenco, with htute,
County, street uud Number. 2foro rapid re
turn mail delivery will bo asinred by your oil
closing an Envelope bearing your full address.
Send Postal Notes, Express .Money Orders, of
Now Vork llxchango tn ordinary lettor Cur
rency Oy Express (at our expense) addressed
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
Address Iteglstevotl Letter, to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
Now Orleans, La.
TtKMninKIl TriAT ONII DOLLAlt Is tlio
Prlto of tho smallest part or fraction of a ticket
Issued lu any drawing. Anything in ouruuino
offered nt u less price, Is either u counterfeit or
"HKMUMUnn. also, thnt the payment ot
rrlzcs Is OUAUAN I'KKD 11Y FOUlt NATIONAL
HANKS of Now Orleans, aud tho Tlukcta aro
signed by tho President of nn Institution whoso
I'hurtered rights uro rocognlzml In the highest
Courts; therefore, bownro of nil Imitations uud
ull nnonymous schemes,"
FINE FAMILY FLOUR.
GILT m0 K or
Aud you will always havo beautiful Bread,
ltolls and Ulscults. Wholesale Depot, corner
First street uud Indiana uveuue.
WM. M. GALT & CO.
Toronto Spood Contost,
(Interiiulloiiul for World's Cliiini-
lluslnosi oorrespondeuco and legal toitl
mouyt OOLD MEDAL, 03.7 words per mlnnto.
HILVEIt MEDAL, 03.11 words per raluuU
R holiday Gift
WyckofT, Scamans & Benedict
Cor. 8th and F Sts. N. W.
All Shades and Styles,
Our Dress Oils or in
Aro tho Choicest that can ho had.
Cor. 1 5th and G St?
Dn. E. C. West's Nenyu and HnAin Tusat
MBNr, a guaranteed Bpooldo for Hysteria, Dizzl
noss. Convulsions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia,
lleadnuho. Nervous prostration caused by tlm
uso oC nlcnhol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Slentul
Deprusslou.ottuiilngof tho Urulu resulting In
Insanity und leading to misery, deoayund death,
I'reintturaOId Age. Uarreuness, Loss of Power
hi olther sex, Involuntnry lAssosand Hpormator
rlnfii caused by over-oxertlon of the Drain, rolf
abuse or ovor-lndulgenco. Kaeh box contains
one month's treatment; SI a box, orslxboxos
for $R, sent by mull prepaid on rooelptof prlco.
WHUlfAKANTKli SIX 110S1J3 '
touuiouiiycuse. Wlthcaoh order reoolvedhy
us for six boxes, accompanied with So, wo will
send the purchaer our wrltton guarantes to
refund tho money If the trentniont does not of
leet a mire, (fuarantees Issued only by O.
OIIKISTIANI, Druggist, Hoi.K Auknt, '181
Pennu. uo between 1H und Uth sts,
OltTIIKLUJUOn IIAU1TCAN HE COItED UY
ADiUNlSTKHINO DIt. IIAINU3'
Cusoeglvcnlnucupot coffco or lea without
tho knowledge of the person taking It. It Is ab
solutely harmless, nud will effect u permanent
und sHicdy curo.whother tbo patient Is a model
utu drinker or un nlcohollo wreak. It has been
given In thousands of casci, and In every In
stnuco 11 perfect uuro lias lollowed. IT NKVIHt
l'AH.tJ. The system onco Impregnated with tho
hpeeino, It becomes an utter Impossibility for
tho liquor upputlto to extit. For sale br 8. V,
WAHK. under tho Kbblttllouso:-Jt. K. UIII.PIl
ENS riNK, Fourteeuth street unafeermont uvo
HEALTH IS WEAOThI
I rrciertbs asd rally t
dans 1)1 (3 u the only
peclflo for the cetlsln car
ot this disease.
U. II. INII HA ir AM, M. V ,
Amsterdam, N, Y.
W bava sold Big G fo
many years, and It b&s
;lvtn the best of satis-
TJanuulMil D.1 u
t TO S DATS
Stui Climlnl Ca.
D. H. DYC1IE & CO.,
Bull 31.00. Bold by Druri Ista
8TEASIKR W. W. COnCOHAN
Leaves 7th'St. Wharf dally (except Suuday) for
At 10 o'clock u. m.; returning, roaches Wash
ington about 0:UO p, m.
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wholesale nnd Detail Dealers In
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
III I Ulglitli St. K. W near l'u. Ave.
Orders or requests tor quotations given per
ual attention, uud satlsfuetlon guurantoodlu
c and quality.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
OOa l'KNNA. AVH.
I& t'kLo Only Shoo
SOLD DIRECT TO THE IMSUUEB
DY THE MANUFACTURER.
PEERLESS DYES SZZk
SljfflfcCT n EAT M ENjitiJ
I 1 ...
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