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Among the Hmiag F|kbe??| tic Leifh Swillf. B?W TBST DIFFER FROM TH? JOIXT KIN Or QCODDT *r? Or FLINT AND WIVES OT WTKKt^A 0, wild aiarta iiAi-TT?HoanrixjTT mro T*? SXEWIk'S MOnrTAIJf HCT. (Copyrtuhted. 1888.) ?o**espo??dene? of Ta* Kvsvnre Brut BrNcaaxa, la*Laxn. oct. 10, issa D?wn from the mountain district of Inishowen, ?- '?* f*l0B iboul tardoaagh, lu ancient village capita to the romantic shorts of Lough swiiiy i, a wild and pleasant w*y. Here and there the blue lough gleams tn rough pass and ravine The scest ot tue Heather is wafted through the L. I* suephord boys, and often lassies, with their litUe flocks ana lalthru, dotes, dot tlielr purple s.des, or stand in pastoral picture at the Jutting edge or w,e crag above, scanning me with alert ar.d wondering interest as I tramp the Unit ing road bt low. Nestling In nmes of valleys sr ivy-grown hamlets oi half a dozen houses, a cb -.pel or cUurch spire breaking through the i . -?a of white and green like a mighty russet M" ar. Off w> the south, beyond historic Inch, Mauds tue noble Urlanan upon the mount of All r -^y ^PJ'iilab^ble sentl"ei ut Orst-world .. ....,uitj. tar up the lough on island and cliff, "?'!>! - Bungled foliage and mists, are the ? i- ' *1??vinJs i" ol<*en castles, crumbling, crooi >.c us, decaying dunes, and the loftier masses ot T I? 1 "?e rouIli toWOT? ot Ire I u?i. Beyond all to th<- west, beyond an hunared ^ ,l^?C m wIMCMti, of Doo<^*l highlands .I'otus the majestic summit of Loue Krrlgal. Who ' ,uctl that tue heart f o v1? r"?t!3d indestructibly, like i i 7^ abbej s, into the very mold and ruins cf tueir native land. LOt'Oa 8WIU.T riSHERXEV. ' h1' eastern shore of the lough is a succession of ruins, dainty villages, like Buncrana and Fahan, uiil of pilgrim,haunted shrines. Over to the west VS. wl;<ler. ^ores? huts, round towers, fishers' here and there the patched sails of ' he herring-Ushers' smacks lie white against the .ground of the headlands and lulls, lie re the ^'.veetest herring known to man are taken; and ce iuse ot my idyllic days and nights a; the *-iues, the weirs and the drives, along the charmed .-'lores of our own Passamaquoady, at Fundy's ui'-ruanng mouth, 1 wanted to know these .?tawny fisher-folk of Ireland's north. They have j i tue cheery content of our own. The uuoddy nernng-flsuer Is the sunniest, jolii-st, Toar lugost" fellow in all thw world. He is pious to a ludicrous dfgre-', and wuhal the most deli c.oas smuggler of the Ainerlcau Canadian bound ary line?wnlch will be wiped out altogether di rectly, as the world reads the prophecy of pro greaa in fact, be is a valiant defender oi Ills own iaith, and a firm respecter of none. But the Lough ."Willy Dsherai'-n are a differentiot. As in all else, in this old land, their toll is without reward be yond bare existence. Hence, they are sodden. In peless, hard. But they are brave and strong as Iron. They have tremendous frames; are brown a* bronze, and form groupings of startling lin V i<~sht*eu*S3. They are slwpie and peaceable, I jui lOI L But were pirates wanted, were fleets to I?-* fitted out with men for work giving one a a udder to contemplate, these sea-giants would ? ut niah lncohiparable human, heartless tint FlkHCB BEL DA* EM. And if they are flint, their wives are steel. I i u sure It was not a Yetholm Ulpsy, but a Lough >willy herring-fisher's wife, that Seott drew in his ' irrewsome "Meg lierrllies." come upon these wuaieii suddenly In their huts if you wish to meet eves fiercer beldame than scotrs magic pen could liuin. Above six leet m height, broad and strong as tneir burly mates, with legs corded like a lean's, and bare to the kuees; with arms lout*, ? inoked and Ilesnless as wood; with fiat, Ualry , breasts often bared from neck to the waist, and tanned by salt, sun and wind to the color of the mottled aider bark: with wide Jaws, half , toothless mouths, sunken cueeks, eyes blu - i LLtck and flashing from deep, yehow sockets, and brows bu*uy and ragged with bnatling hairs; ?? lib narrow, creased tureneads and great, wide sadron-ooiored ears set straight out trom behind lik-- dirty "wing-and-wing saiis; and tnelr souare !><??.? crowned by once black hair, faded Into rautf-brown like an ill-kept animal's, which is luaued and knotted upou tue shoulders, and ire Muently to the waist?aud you have Out the faint est picture of this hail-animal, who suuslsts upon kelp, dulse, black oat-cake and hall-raw fish lhat i l he buyers, who come to the beaches la their carts I 'rom Londonderry, refuse as even uuwortuy of ,iale to mendicant and crouching man-beast ot the town. AND TBI CHILDREN OF THB?E ? They drag out the same horrible lives; help make the British navy; turn traitor to the brood , . t halt-pirates behind, becoming the most remorse le-w of coast-guard or mountain poteen-hunting ui'-wrs; stow themselves away, at the risk ol their aves. in the coal bunkers ot tlie great steamers oound tor America, or turn outlaw and inaa-hater n tueir own country or in other lands. And yet ..ow the old blood occasionally blossoms through I ins limitless degradation. A daughter of I i u?t such an one as 1 have pictured was rue n.ost perfect type of wild and simple unman beauty 1 ever DehekL Bare-legged I and bare-urea.-.ted as her mother; brown as a hazle uat; ignoranily tnuocent ot tear; tor four copper coins she rowed me across Lough bwllly to where i.er father's work lay at menuing the seines, like an Amazonian man-of-war's-man; while I sat speechless, contemplating her marvelous beauty aud majestic proportions; hating myself bee ,use 1 was n.x altogether an artist, and wondering In all reverence, why God, or God's nineteenth cen tury civilization, couad not wait upon the African laifsions tor a little and reach to and succor ?uch as these. HKRRINO FISHING. Lough Swilly herring fishing differs so great lv ?rom that of our own northeast coast, that a brier description may be of interest. With us the t^uoddy boat to Invariably used In every manner ut se-vice, and at fcaatport fish are taken in just lureo ways: By the seine, in daylight, at shore s .'gea, or above shallows where the tide runs -wifUy and tavorably; In the weirs, built when the tide is out, ot palisaded. Interwoven poles, in the form ot a printer's mark of interrogation, into tne lone of which the herring run, wnere they ai* gathered with nets, and by "driving," at uight, when a torch attracts the shoals to the side oi a swuuj-rowed boat, and the tun are literally j.ppt-d into it with a "scoop-net," a bushel or more at a sweept Her- the fishermen use the "urunthan,"originally a Scotch boat,sharp-potn ted tore and aft, and smack-rigged for a single salL iiut fishing la always done here by nig at, and never in ine name manner as on the uu<*iay It is , ai-neuin* fishing exclusively. The seines, which i.ave a three-fourths Inch mesh, are each about it*) leet long and 21) feet wide. Six of these -i deed, floated with wooden "bobs," ai d sunk ? :th leaden sinkers, form what Is called a "stand." With this, the boat, propelled by a crew ot four rn, is rowed to the "grounds," which are con f -aatly being changed agreeably to weather-wise or saperstltioua fancy; the seine Is "payed out" ? er the side, and the men idly doze or smoke their i i pea of bitter black twist and peat, tne boat and I -fine meanwhile floating at wilL THl CATCH. The seine is "boarded" over the side and "shook out;" that la. the nsh are shaken and picked off i lato the boat, three or four times between night t<iil and morning. The result is simply one of ick, and depends entirely upon how many her ring have run their heads Into the mesnes ot the ? eu At daylight the fishers repair to ih<- beaches .Inch, where buyers corn.- with carts from l ? rr>. About a half-penny apiece is paid for me ? ate bes," which, under this system, are at all I :ue? most meager. The fbn are shipped fresh to ! 1? Ifast and Oublln; and sometimes me choicest ' "t ike herring find l..elr way to Liverpool and 1 1/ondon. There are about fifty crews on these 1 waters; perhaps oOO meu are engaged In ine '??ork; and fully Z,WO souls live auu starve on ? Ucrnng flaulag in tue L?ugu bwilly. assy or sr. kvka. But a lew miles north of Buucrana on the shores c f The lough is the dainty hamlet of Fahan. Most ! i aveiers would pass It with but a pleasant rcaec uoo upon Its nesiUng beaut7. Yet there hovers ' aoout tne little spot perhaps the deepest and iuosi ! attractive ecclesiastic and uistonc traditionary interest to be found in the nortu of Ire.and. 'ihe ' Aooy of St. Kara was here f^uad^d in tue eariy ! pari of the seventh century; me region rouud- i about was, nearly three huudred years earlier a i .vorlte hauut of St. Patrick hitnscit; su Mura's I '?iy wen is still seen, and for eleven centuries ! *>us?re pilgrims have come ulther tor h- aiing tnrougu tue Mhcacy of prater. Our so-called ? taiUi-cure ? Ls not young. More remarkable lhau ad, au unnin:h.ng Protestant, I>r. W alter Bernard. ' < i i/j.idonderry, tue noted antiquary wuooe sinu-le^ . taot-i labors restored the urutnan ot Alleach 1 ere set a uo?'ie laartMe cross to mark the snnne i"r w?*ary caluolio wanderers. 1 do not know ? aeld.-r this particular cross has ever l>en bj < rreiuonlal sanctioned or luoasou. It does not n it ler. Tnat sort ot a civilized deed consecrates i 1< *ii and all things thai go with it. To the Irish ' i. all lauds au impressive fact Holds Interest here. luiurau. Ihe most eminent successor to St. Mura was Xaeimura tthe servant of Mora). Of this erudic L .-die historian it Is recorded la almost laspired v rse: " The great aad fertile Ireland never pro Cn cd a man Uke the mild, fine Maeimura. * * * 1 aere u.ia- d not a nobler lace wltu the dead." a jtj not nelieve there is s loftier or more poetic ally expressive sentence in ail languages than that last. 11 Is to this most anclen' of Irish historic burls, who died in 88U, that Ireland owes the preservation of the first accounts of the Mltf-siau or Uadellan race. It Is foand in MseL c.ura's Ouan fcnoannacu, or Poea of lretand, written about aju. The bard relates that ou the engulfing ot Pharuo, the Egyptians wer>; " agerod with the cuiuireu ot NiuL who were descended from ienioi of Scythia for de clining assistance in pursuing the Israelites, rearing enslavement the) xu -o Pharao's deserted *5? "I ?ue Ued sea. Inula and A?.a lo Scythia, their own counto. Alter a long "t!?.0* GsUuaei tor Uael, from whom }f" '""ftul** been cailed Gaei^ proceeded with ae descendants of Mm to l'aprabana (Ceyioni ,Ve2Li.WO UuaJreJ *"a n,net? 1 ears thereafter a? the destruction of Troy, hrath, mnuteenth In tie ZftL^ t-.eXp alUoB lt? north ot the world, ana. passing Crete, came to "ts pula the peninsular.' conquering a certain ter i.tory, his son. Breogan, built acity called Brhrun t la, and, finally, sail, lug irom a lotty tower h 5 f>ad twlit on thecoaaCuis son. Itn! a br^.I P-orer, discovered Jan or Ire-and, as far as i nech lUwrtct) Uie country Aboui the m ttd HUannon. """ t*? hocntaim or now. I had act yet ascended BUeve Saaght (Vonatain ol saow), and as some utile time b-iore i nad en J yea probably the grandest sunshine scene frocs the atalw walla upon Alleach to be found In ail Ireland, 1 determin-nl, u-iore leaving uie ? Atrcsse north, to wit mi tne sotting of u>? sua. If soma lacky absence ot the almost ever-boverlg mists might permit tt, from the loftiest pea* ot lnLshown. This determination gave me an unex pected, somewhat startling, and altog-tber la iii-row advent ur<\ From Falun I reached the upper foothills of tne mountain In a half days Journey over the circling and Intersecting roods, with some little ume to spare amuni the cabins, and with Docks, shepherds ana dogs that comprise almost the only Inhabitants or th> heights. L Isurely proceeding in the ascent, which became quite arduous labor toward the summit, from the rank growth of fuire covering treacherous pitfalls, the frequent "pocke ty'' bogs which must be crotwed at some peril, or circumvented wuh much effort, and from constant stumblings over hall-hidden Juttlngs of firm and frost-rotten rock. It was not until the sun had almost gone to bed in the Donegal Highlands to the west, that 1 nad gained the lofty peak, and stood wuere 1 could *>ee to a horizon more than M i miles distant in nearly every direction. HOME or THE MIST. It is said that, like her history, Erin's mountains are the home of the mist. The mist was here; not In dense, foggy form, but floating like lightest threads of lace, back and forth, as if fairies of the upper air were already silently weaving a fleecy rooe for the night. To the far east the darker anodes were already tilling the valleys 01 Antrim; and only to the north upon the Atlantic, to the south upou distant Tyrone, and between slleve snaght a:ill lone Errlgal on the numberless moun tain si ilea and in the great ba->ln of the swllly, were there remaining the helgutened colore and light. There is something In the silent solitary contemplation ot tbese scenes ot surpassing grandeur which sweeps the material senses like dust from the soul, and merges the exalted splrft cousiiod-n-ss into a manner ot existence utterly heedi'ss of the very earth from which It emanates. In a trice of seeming the sun had sunk into a heathery pillow behind Errlgal. An an swering pul^e of Hame flushed against the talr faces of tne lambent [onus above, trembled tor an instant, and was gone. I was alone in the ghostly gloaming on the mountain-top. Awakened from my ilr-auuug und thoroughly startled 1 hastened with utuio-t spe.*d down me peak toward where I hail last seen through the purple the roofs of little UuniTaua at the side of the lougn. In an incredibly short time It was dark, save for the occasional starlight betweeu rltts ot gathering fogs. 1 made sorry mess of It now; ana losing my too'lng al together, tell sprawling over a ledge ot detached mold and stones. One came bowling over me through the heather and gritty loam, and after a line ricochet seemed to have CRASHED THRCCQH THE MOfNTAIN-SlDE ITSELF into a perfect cau.dron of Irish oaths and objur gations! More startling to me still, sparks as cended In brilliant pyrotechnics with the oaths through the oriflre. I hail no more than regained my feet, where 1 had fallen, upon what appeared to be -olid rock, when a frowsy Irish head, pre I ceded uy a frowsy Irish bluuuerbus, looked me ' squarely in the face, as I w as compelled to con front an embarrassing Insn dilemma. "X'row up yer hands)'' says a persuasive voice behind the gun. "At your service;" says I, doing with military alacrity as 1 was ordered. -.Now?t'row down your arms!" "1 won't," says I, "till you give me leave; as all I have m tne world are in the sky at your bidding." "By me troth, Denny, that's fairly spoken," said the head to some unseen spirit below. Then kind lier, but still crlspny, to myself where I still stood, rigidly retaining m> statuesque attitude: "come down out o' tnal!" 1 did, and in a moment more was Inside a poteen brewer's hut, sitting upon the very rock which had crashed through the smoke-liole In the turl covered root, and nearly caused the death of the two charming Innocents below. GOD BUSS AMKR1CA. It would be a long, long tale to tell their mani fold professions of industry as herd-boys upon the mountains; their effusive condemnation of the trilling, forgivable outlawry In the misty districts; and tm lr endless and splendid efforts to hide, lu various offices of hospitality, the illy-concealed I evidences oi fieir cauny vocation, "wid tue lalnes catchin' In blu-.-bell aprons lieav'n's own dew." liut all tUey uosae sed on earth was at tne stran ger's disposal, a.s they gradually round, and warmed to find, tnal tuo stranger was to be trusted. And alter a night's rest in watch, in my dreams, I was with tueui, one of llicui, lu their eerie work; and a hearty enough breuklost ot oat-cake and posset, got from some ravine-hid cabin before I had left my rock-shelf couch or the night; I left a bit of silver with each, and bade tiieui a heart-felt good bye. From tar below 1 heard them call to me. I turned with a friendly smile to listen. Swinging both anus out wildly, but with an ail comprehen sive gesture, he ot the shaggy head shouted lustily as a uual pledge ot good-fetlowship: ??i.od buss America!?an'?an' all luck go wld | ve!'' 'Amen! And that same to Ireland!" my own voice heartily seut up the heights, to blend with hi" blessing. And then 1 turned with an elated step into the sunny morning, upon the winding Buncrana way. Eduab L. Waxes an. VTKAY unn ?-> THE STYLES. some Bonnets and toques are entirely o( feathers. Srsii-EO Whit* Lawn, woven to Imitate drawn work, Is used lor uuderwear. For Evening Weak a pretty novelty Is the boa of roses strung together without leaves. A Favorite 11 eai>-Covering la the brlmless toque, with oblong crown of dark straw or French felt. Crescent Cameos, exquisitely carved and set arouud with small hue diamonds, are among the choicest new brooches. The Latest advices trom Paris report that flowers m .de of velvet and silk, with foliage In autumn Unis, will be used 10 trim velvet bonnets. One or the Latest toieign feminine fashions consists in turning tte ends ol the sleeves so as to form cuffs and inserting a pair of gold link but tons. The effect Is un.que. Soli Parisian Deessmakbks are using tor the llnlug ol handsome gowns a thin flue flannel, which is said to give snug-fitting results only equaled by good, soft silk. il ant Tea Gowns are in the dlrectolre style, and a good part ol them have a row ol ostrlcb-teatuer tnuimlug down ekuerslde to give the effect ot tne long boa now so lasulonable. hMBHotDfcKT, braiding, and cording all appear upon cloth hats and bonnets, and the favorite metal oruaiueuts are long slender clasps, pins, and daggers ol oxidized silver. New arrivals troui over the sea are wearing shoulder capes ot seal and Persian lamb with their India-silk gowns, and deep collars ot monkey or leopard wltn those of heavier texture. The New Veilings have triple spots arranged like a pyramid, eltuer In chenille, crocheted silk or embroidery, ana tulle ol this kind cau be had in white, green, jeiiow, puk, gray, and blue. '1 he Long smooth leaven or the iris, the narcissus, and the Uly are all the fasuion this year. They ure very effectively combined wun buds and blos soms, of wuicu several ot the capotes were en tirely composed. '1 he Newest Silver Belts are either In basket pattern or else thick coilsof silver rope; and happy she who can sw.ng from them one ot the cameo bonbon uteres, Just Imported, to ravish the lancy ol our golden gir.s. Paris now ordains for walking a jacket of lion colored cloth with revers and lacings of ecru moire,-but only she who has the figure ot Diana and tne complexion ol llebe should venture on the cat-ilke combination. Toqces or English Shape are made often of rlboon?in two colors or two stuffs?which is put lengthwise in sort folds along the crown and ends in rosettes and bows Intimately associated Just over the wearei's lorehead. Paris Gowns for the afternoons, without being demi-trained, are wiiat is styled demi-long?that is, toucu tne gidunti in front i.nd rest upon It an lucu at oock, wiuk; morning and street gowns are a convenient and cieanly shortness all around. French shoes, boots and trippers now coma in suede ku much heavier than the glove quality, but with all its uoftnes>. Stockings match strictly t.ie gown they accompany, and ouly the moat daringly unfashionable will venture upon white. The New Altcxn Jeueys are maue ot fabrics of a uegree of hneuess they have never before ob tained. some ot the English woven models are ncniy embroidered in oriental designs; others are decorated wun One gold or silver braid* or k or braid lu suumche. Flu Tirrtrrs are very long and have flaring high collars that give much the effect of wearing your head in a charger a la John the Baptist, while (he new big muffs just imported have the long hang ing ribuon loops at eiuier end that recall those of I thirty yenrs ago. tloth Basqces are given the empire effect by a wide, soft, empire half girdle set hign in the seam under the right arm and crossing to hook low upon the seain under the left. The trout under it is in toids, surplice laauion, wltn a single width more ol the trlmuilng stuff. The Kage roa silver continues to grow and spread. Toilet bottles of It are simply huge, and have dainty etchings all over their stoppers, wclle fur the desk there are utue clips of stiver wire, penwipers ot silver elephant heads and paper weights, whose name and suape u legion. W ith Hiding Habits English girls now wear , combination suits ot Jaeger woolen as underwear, as they ot snugly, are quite light lor their warmth, and leave no adges or lumps, as other undercloth ing is apt to do, spoiling tiiL- effect of the smooth flitlug uabiu lue dark woolen knitted trousers are mucu uiore coiniyrubl ? than cloth ones. It u Now permuted to women travelers to make their headgear comfortable, as men loug since have done, by removing the street hat and wear ing a soft silk. Women's traveling cap* for train or steamer are made with a large mob crown. Ilk* those ot housemaids' sweeping cap*, drawn around the head, the edge left in a ind, which la laced with silk, and two ailk rosettes are set above the loreuead m the trill. Camei's nalr doth Is softest and most serviceable tor tuese useful articles. A Ilk jr mc-is>Lsw. They culled It kleptomania, and her haaband paid the bill, And uulwnc more was aaid of it?they kspt it hushed and .till. ftecsu* '?w?a lace and satin, aud melee* things, they sa.d? "Oi coarse abe could have bowrht th?m ihi's not la her n?hi heed." A poor men, m his hi food. They called the Bret laughter rede. And Judas and Jwy They ??si hlaa ap tor sixty VrmPnm. THE ?OKLB^ BILL OF FA HE. Wkr ErvMck aMI Amerlcaa Mar are Best Imr AMtricMi. T?? BOUXNTTT OF KNOUHB DIJn??a??A TYPICAL ITMT-WGLUH DBiSlBTS AMD PADS?SCPKKIOBITT O^PSUCH OOOK?-aBUIA? OBUn Am> SEASON [Copyright 1888.) fc-ciAl Comspondnee of Thi Etmso Stab. nn^iln. n,n"r or Bnk'Uia>men ? dinner is an ESf, T? 01 amaMmen' to Americans. Nowhere la the world can men be seen dining with ZI T^ Md ,wful melancholy as in theLon 1ZJLL CaWS- An Wr ?* deep and ?h^w*TPerTJd? " ^ ,rom lhe soup to the coffee. The diners wiu walk blocks to And an un ' an<1 br 016 a33l(lully 01 years of hard ruu,v m they bave succeeded lu at c^ner"wui^un ?J, ?>untenance while caTht Tt aUSM!re- "ne ?n^"bW^ cauj,nt it from the guesui and thur lonv wtheiHea^fr^a^L^"11 ?aA destruction oJthai^ U^kfan'i S^iHA w?"wk atx,ui his face rnA 'nrtnK,8 long hair huug dnwn dowTw it? S?ruers 01 hl? mouth were laiireeTe^aim^,^? almost ghastly extent, his McholJ toX5??S 5?^ ,roni tuce with mcl" Eonjf ln the vMll :.f Spoke tUf' Wurdl ot me tunable auU P*11- A14 ^und 1 ices and ber ^"If'ishmea with s?>t site rpS!?^t^.^Sol0DS of reserved and exclu boKt^Slf^ compared with the roys??nng ntJt,cr^ot Americans, YcVufyiSI ue exuiwuou AT OINKKK. , "ST*? ^ W me lhal nlKbl ot ? storT> which is current In England, wnich hits off this particular ?ni,^ULrUUC 01 the nation. One heavy dragoon Siue^rfSi?wme^r*2?U,Irlteaa brother officer to dinner or SSJL' Wa club- Tl,e>r ?*<? down to a hour neKh!*p EX."*?* and for tl,e "rst half Drutcr lutfZ o??i? Tlxen the boat discovered a under the ciub^iE^wtr,PP'nif *craiS ttxe slreet ffoeaMls3 Jlreer-whafs thH^ri^hfi??11^'0'1 ^ply, and in the course #f Then the o-n?r?^ dinner progressed steadily! lecuoJ, ?5"T* ?KfUaK un der a boom of recoil "Judkius."' FluallT?aftJr*??6*1 ~n(1 DOt a word was uttered, brotita/nn,"?e coffee had been Unlshed, a light 1ku of ^ h03t and he said: nil V^ U'"' ^er doocld name was Judkius, alter wu1hlifurtthSatCr they 9h00k handS ana parted ??^r?us Part ??it all la that the Englishman's hK^SF'32? l3.a11 on tae surface, ludemeatli apuan uu^?,almonstIollaly sotemn exterior he f??,?*es a heart of abiding cheertul sation wVmi always ready to enter into conver ^nni^ir Inan wl10 Is not distinctively and tZETlX2n?& The cental wear and t^ar Iuk I^nUreiii1ii l!l?ln<1JCil.lestllat must be suller capi^u crtot 1416 wmmtsslon ot some APTLK-TAXT. Eating in London Is largely an affair of solids. The reign ot the apple-tart is sun supreme. It is. in many Instances, the only sort of dessert, pastry or MwX'raSti .n'}hiCan get ^ter dinner. I do not speak raMiij in tUib rtfbpecu I mean in *av thnr nhi^ll0le^llke lllt3 Victoria ana Metrooole i\?.cu.acvo'umoJ'lte a thousand guests or nwre' w Oiien iiave uotblotr moru ultrautivp tn citr ?p t^elr diners tUan the celebrated apple-tart, it \s ra^-C"0?, 0t ?reat Intricacy o^nternal otauty. Ine apples are cnoppeJ up, covered with some d?u?U, and DaKed InTdffi Tidii to placed on the Ubie, and you take a spoon aSd l ? out as much tart as you think will materialiv ?ni you lu seeing your grandmother's ghoatT rSACH-AND-OIN FAD. Despite their prejudices lor things that are English and old, the London men are curiously \ i ?DCe Whua 1 was lhere tbe wloie town had taken up the practice of drlnktnir neach and-gln, and It was popular lor at least aniontl!" Then they got tired STli and let It^o nerer to lake It up again probably. jn all llkeiihoo.1 th? anglomaulacs will begin to attwt tne an^over here in the course of the next two years. ThKv al"p al)oul lbat much behluduand in aping b?nt t country. Personally peach-ana Si" me wbat lbe flunkeys of JEngund would dest ribe as "a werry tidy soft of a swu?tl^ m v nm experience of it came trom a captain in the KISSiSf,le "? '*?* -- WK" iashlon ot all good Americans in strange coun M.ie.t ?n P^'bes are cut Into long and rather IV0?8" a" a'x or ibese slices were laid in a ^ ?.KlaS3 wa" lUe ei>dh sucking above the ihe glass was then half Oiled wltu glo. SoLeS? the men drank the gin so as to tret the iiavnr ?n PfcSPii?? aiH* oUlerb the peach ?o as to get the flavor oi the gin, aud swiuow iHffow? afterward. It dlun't make much difference which way the oowblnaUou b^un both gin and peach eventually disappeared. IJttln ^i\e.',"pr0U^eU l0rka were ^rved wltn theglass^ and it was a rather diverting sight to see a mr^r heavy Jowled KngUshmeu sfttiug around a ub^e careiuily spearing bits of peacu? wuu uuelr tinv forks, swirling tnem around in the gin and then carrying ihein to their lips. FRENCH COOKING. So much has been written about eating in France that it would be difficult to say anything new it is an amazing thing, though, how clever the French are In the klicueu, I have known many liiusrr i tlons of it. While trave-lng la Canada iJcentiv ? ha i about given up all idea ot eating on acenuut of the wretched Character oi ihe holelS when I helrd wuo ~vi,L a ^a.aii-housi dSf/n one of the s?e streets of Ottawa. 1 went Lo m* him and found that he had small tables ul;i/>?i^n all his rooms upstairs liuneau of beds. Half Hi? statesmen in Cauada wn-n tney vlslled the caring went to the dingy den of the iiuTF.enchmaS and alter the llisi meal I lived there ail ihe Uite Jj'Jf1WdS coming in the whole Dominion that could compare wltn hU cooking. He ioid me that he had been otllgedto Wv? and that he had never ^er the? bui that the wretched character of the cooklug throughout Canada had led him to try UU hand at it, and hla succewhad U*n v"yirreaf II comes natural lo the nation for some tllSm or bther. Even in the little inns in the smaller villages oi trance one can always get a dinner thai would pass muster at Deimomco'" oula okkasb in qkrmawt. This Is not true of Germany by any means. The cooking there is intolerably greasy and unpala table to Americans, English, and French, it pleases the Germans, but that doesn't nmv? ? 11 is kood cooking, fur (icrm?ns an?w ^^"je-r.cookin* haa upon them. Everything u drowned in grease, taru, and butter, and ih? seasoning i .kes away the flavor of meats JZi mon ""king cZZScm. lsiic about a uerman restaurant is the sed-saiistaction which porvadtai lu from the scullion rlrl to ihe^prop^top i ^ on*n amused wlen tn Berlin at tue efforts ot gUsh, Frencn or American travellers io act. k?.?J from the reign oi grease. One cii Vw them alL 1 remember a fumow AiStn^SL who cam.- In the train of Henry Vi.lard auu cari1?.i^i^ 1111(1 MW10tongue ???uui i ??W MU*U,.U,trJ MJEsaaasfsfia."* ?? ????<*?.? w. SiSSl-u^t eiuDlre. whur i wa?.? ?a?. u w*? uennao grease, a fish wlfhout ^T^d'a ^"bS aud served wiihoui any gravyt* miiS'thfL^orC^hC- n,U'Ur<1'U^li h^? stoUd, jBKrr.?'; S2i Fr^ncTStlTe ^o,b^ Tt? ,B W' tS5MK The main busicemor >h^ explained to him. to wander "<??* ^ and a pair ot squeaky boou?u?i ? Irockooat pouteness to everyh^Vh^p^JLTii11 "J*6?""* In the way of guest^wii,n2~^ STS Place, get intervals, and dniSinlllk^an nitnseiraishort lc? of radiant idiocy Sft J'!1mUar cl>aracterl? Amerlcan ? I Pay^Uie^lUghesl r'^ttwfV* bodj In this world, ?ad I don't min* uat bl ISfi to ?ermany, the rudiments of his DrofeJJiilin M*at 10 IorK? But I wiu see what^nC&S 118 T0U ???4t for U^cxt haiTSurwmte'tne^wijSir** "topped in a body and expialuedlhSiS, T^"*i?back then, one after anotuar. itoTthinSH^2??fc_ ABd on, but not as they had bwn oJSLSt brougut rery Bug* majority. The ui^T!^ b7 * TerT, which floated upon the souo wam^^i *r*ase than usual, there were oair^ISrU1*1P* smaller ot rather strong batter upon iheiuT J?!*, chunks | made up for it alL it i,ff|kjg? the steak iried, without anything tiS. tM??ad except the malediction^ of tbe^ c2Sl.*f?f,Sn^ i come out such a wretchedly i* rapid, attenuated and aalten&^TEEM *****!. lMfher that the cook tauSf b^ai^lied with a vloiaathtM rS^S??!??1'* SSTnSSS^o? fPBM^ "SSTuiwaS NEW TOBK NOTES. tp *f tke Theaters, ?! !Hem, W< M? Thing*. OTGiiKO or tbb ssason?a Washington actor's DOUBLE?A BOOK FOB FOBBWHBBS WHO WANT B1CH AXKBICAN WIVBS?SOUS WBALTHT MAJDKMS AMD WIDOW*?LADIBS WHO "CUT Or." Correepoadeace of In Kvbxuo Stab. Nbw York, October ia This baa been a famous week in New York tbea-1 crs. There bare been two auocesslul productions, "Mr. Barnes ot New York," at tbe Broadway, and "The Yeoman of tbe Guard,"Gilbert and sulllvan's new opera, at the Casino. The great French dramatic artists, M. constant Coquelin and Mme. Jane Hading, have attracted tbe culture and fash ion of the town, and at every bouse in town was some sort of a play successful enough u> draw the Urgent audiences of tbe young season. ? ? ? "I'm going over U) tbe star Theater to renew my youth," bald my friend, the alderman, last Monday night. My friend, tbe alderman, is gray of beard, bald of hair and wrinkled ot visage, but he and Lyilla Thompson were about on a par as to age and good looks some twenty-odd years ago, when Lydla first bounded before an American audience. I met my friend, the alderman, Tuesday night, and asked him if Mme. Thompson had changed much. ' "Changed? No! She hasn't aged a wrinkle. "Most wonderful thing I ever knew," said he em phatically. All the old-timers said tbe same. it Is a wondcrtul thing. There on one side oftbe foot-lighis were her old admirers, grizzled old chaps, some ot them bent and decrepit, and ail showing the ravages of time. And tn>-re on the oilier side was Lydu Thompson, apparently the same as sue seemed a score or years ago, as shapely as a nymph, as agile as a fawn. ? ? ? And talking about Lydia?that reminds me that many of the stage's legitimate actresses of to-day began their histrionic career in her troupe. When Hose Cogblan, two weeks ago, produced her new play, "Jocelyn," at Newark, there was mucb ado J in the newspapers because Miss Coghlan, in the last act, attired herself as a knight, and did not I cover her legs in huge hip-boots, as she Insisted upon doing once when she played Konalind. But Miss coghlan had not always maintained the pru dery shown when she played HoxnlmdL Her I very first professional engagement was under Ly dla Thompson, so that buiiesquer told me herself this week, ana during thai engagement she wore llgbts of the tightest kind. ? * Writing of Hose coghlan in "Jocelyn," 1 am re minded 01 something else, which is this: Has Wil ton Lackaye, of Washington, a double? When I went out to see "jocelyn," at Miner's Newark the ater, on its flrsi night, I was struck with the strength and quiet effectiveness, with natural bursts of passion at times, which distinguished the handsome villain of the play, Prince Saviani. His face seemed a rumillar one, and on reference to the cast of characters, as printed on the program, I found that ibe handsome villain was Wllion Lack aye, a Washington boy whom I last saw as Clever Dick, in Carrie swain's "Chip, the Little Joker." Bui lor weeks I had been reading of Wilton Lack aye's great success lu Albaugh's "Midsummer Night's Dream" company. I asked cot Morion, resident manager ot Miner's Newark theater, and himself a recent Wasnlugtonian, If Prince .vn-iani In the play was Hashlngton's Will Lackaye, and the colonel said there could be no mistake about It. Bui the next week the "Midsummer Night's Dream'' company played In Brooklyn, and ihe newspapers over ther praised the acting ot Wil ton Luekaye in one of lis leading roles. I should really like to know how Will Lacicaye manages lo be In two companies at the suiuu time and yet highly lauded ior his w ork In each. ? ? I have been permitted a peep at a new literary work, w hich Is now in press in this country, but which will bo circulated only In Europe. It is to be a plain, ordinary looking volume, bound In cheap cloth, out it will be sold at a price steep enough for a Shakespeare edition rte luxe. And the publishers will lake care that tbe book-shops do not get bold ot It, each purchaser having to make application direct to the publisher's European agent, and having beside lo sign an agreement that he will not loan, sell or permit any one other than himself to use the work. Its title is "1 he Hlch Women of America," and It is issued tor the use of the impecuulous bachelors or widowers of ihe "no bility" ot Great Britain, France, Germany and I taly. In the preface the compiler explains that by "rich women" he means only women whose respective worldly possessions amount to at least (2,000,000, uni ncumbered, and in their own right. 1 learn from this charming and instructive voiume thai tbe richest maiden lady of America is not a resi dent of those United Slates, but is a Chilian, tbe Dona Isldora couslno, who Is not onty wealthy, but handsome Into the bargain. Dona Isldora owns several vuluable copper mines In Chill, and possesses enough real estaie be sides to sei up a dozen German grand dukes with Chilian auchles. The Infor mation that nils millionairess is contemplating a visit to Parts in 188U to attend the exposition will doubtless cause a general pilgrimage or impecu nious dukes and earls and counts to the world s exposition at the French capital. The richesi widow described in the volume is Mrs. Moses Taylor, wlih a forlune put down at $40,000,000, who Uvea in New York and Long Branch and ot .er places, as ihe mood lakes her. Miss Hetty Green, ot New York, Is another advan tageous parti, wuo has a snug (10,000,000 and a penchant tor constattly adding lo her plie in Wall street?a hu.bit w hlch, the author thinks, may in cline her to a too practical nature lo brook ro mance from kulghis errant and inJlgt nt. i An altogether desirable parii ironi a monetary stanupoini is described in ihe person of "Mrs. cap. tain Tom," ot Alaskiu Mrs. Tom is a female, wllh some Indian o.ood in her veins, wuo has acted for many years as a "Jobber" ot furs, which she has bought of ihe IntLan trappers of Alaska and sold at a good prom lo the tur dealers oi Europe and America. Mrs. Tom is also the proprietor of an extensive estate in Alaska, on which she has de veloped Iron and sliver mines, and on which the Untish lord fond ot hunting could enjoy no end ot sport. Mrs. Tom is married, after a lasnion which obtains In Alaska. In fact, up to a quite recent dale she had iwo husbands, bui latterly she be came a Christian convert and discarded one of her "w jrser thirds." The author does'nt say ouirtght that Mrs. Tom may discord the present incum bent. too, before long, but Just hints to the nobil ity that if they can have pailence and borrow money enough to live on meanwhile, they may not regret it if they cultivate Mrs. Captain Tom a bit. It would shock certain of the matrons of Wash ington to see how some ot New York's swell girls and women cut up, wllh ibe aid and abetisnce of j the new 6th avenue "diligences" which have seats i on their upper decks. It required a considerable 1 amount of courage for the young ladles to climb to the lofty summits ot the stages, but they did. and when they got there they seemed to have crossed ihe Rubicon, destroying all the bridges of propriety behind them and gone in for a big time. Every pleasant ulgni one or more parties or ladles with or without male escorts take possession of the double-decker stages at one end of the route and ride to the other end and return. Each party is made up or Just the right number to occupy every seal on the upper deck, so that no other pas sengers can get a seat excepi Inside and hence there is no danger of intru sion. As the stage goes up or down Filth avenue It spreads abroad a chorus of femi nine squeals, shrieks of laughter, snatches of Jolty, roiUckiug song and a general hullabaloo. Pasoersby stare lu amusement or amazement at the higli-ptrched array ot beautj, and the mora the party is observed ihe beiier It likes It. ap parently. The another night a party of ladles with a sprinkling of gentlemen roae down the avenue atop or a stage, and at every corner gave three cheers for Harrison and Morton. When some me.i on the sidewalk at Eighteenth street heard tbe cheers they responded wltu three groans. One of the ladies made a sarcastic inquiry concerning j Cleveland of the men who groaned; a rather vulgar repartee was shouted back, and for a tew moments wulle ihe stage balled lo take a passe nger there was a constant Interchange of gibes from stage to pavement and back again. And these women who tuus readily bandied words with strange men were not "dlsreps." Neither were they or a low stratum in tbe social scale. They were members of the best families in New York. Only, their position on the stage top and the surroundings had Intoxi cated them into a sort of recklessness. This species i of Intoxication is a common one to women every where who have <L>rcu lo do something outre or something forbidden oy Mrs. Grundy, and alier i the first indulgence the recklessness of formalities seems to increase by geometrical progression. In tbe matter of this stage-top cutting up. there's no telling where it will eud. IL H. sovutT In Sernir. Sorrow liM laid lta heavy hand. O fri<-4id. upon thy heart to atUl it; Yet UouUt not thou shalt riet- up kiutcht From that Ion* touch, if thou dual will It There is In grUTa unwished-tor call An undertone: "Friend, come up higher!" For every mountain ever formed bprxn* forth from afoiuee ot Ore. Think not to tremble at the itroke. But bare thy breast, nor tear to roe It: And it thy body wear away. *T la but to let theaoul shine throturh it ?Guana Max. The Fereato of the Unite* From the Philadelphia Times. Separating the states into groups, the six New England Mates are credited with a forest area of 10.183,088 acres; the tour Middle States, with 17, 830,000; the fourteen Southern States, including Maryland and leaving out Missouri, with 832,800, 000; the nine Western States, with SQt3U,707; the four Pacific States, wllh 52,830,000. and the seven Territories, wllh aa,034,00ui It will thus be seen that ot the entire ?9&,045,8U5 acres of lorest included la this estimate, the fourteen Southern States pos sess fully ona?hslf These statistics show that, while the process ot denodauon has been ear ned to an nnhsalthy extreme la the last era. Middle and a lew ot the Western states, the forest area still remaining in this coun try is a magnificent one. If tbe estimstes of ibe department an approximately oorrect, the Umber lands ot tbs country, exclusive oC Alaska, cover an area equal to fiftssa states theslse of Psanayl vanla. It proper measures are taken to prevent the rapid aad unnecessary destruction o< what Is left of our forest domain, It should be equal to the requirements for an ladennlte period. It is bolbs yei, a case of locklag ths stable aftsr the horse Is never be sUowsd to yeuaoaai stolen, dpi With ihe adoption ot such a policy oT. district* which are tbe aouroesof thaohl _ la the asountaia ? . ?.of thechief rivsrs POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thf? powder never varins. A marvel of parity, strewrtn. and ?holesora?ne*c. More economic*! thin the ordinary kinds, and cmnnot l*> sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short-weWht alum or phosphate powder. o"?ly ik caws. Iotal Bax ino Powdek CO., 100 <V?U street, N. y. Jan-9 PPP OO PPP U U L A RRR PPOOPPlfUT, AA BR PPP O O PPP U U I, A A RRK P OOP U U L AAA R R P OO P UU LLLL A A R K 8SSo TTTT r T I. FEB aSS. 21" T Y Y L R S" *88,, T YT L EE BS8 B__S T Y E E /J 8SS* T T IXLL EES *88? AT MODERATE PRICES. ROUGH-FACE CHEVIOTS, FANCY WORSTEDS. 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October 22. at 8 o'clock p.m. The Lecture* will be 1J lu number, to be del leered at the same hour on Monday and F*rida, ot each suc c aalve week 'lhe fee lor admittance to thlacourse alone la to. A aylUt.ua contaiiuufr the Topic* ot lhe Lecture* can lie had on apilication to the registrar. Mr. Geurve L Wilkinson, at the University. _ocl6-3m JAMES C. WELLING. Preaident. MODELING AMD DliA WING. ?MR. Dl SBaB*8 clssses *111 commence on tbelatof November. Room 20. Yemen liow. General recaption, Saturday afternooua. oclii lui UEUEAM RAEEMANN. 1 TEACHER OF THE VIOLIN. oc3-lm" Residence. 1207 ttthat. nw._ CtAPITOL HILL KINDEBGARTEN. 22 3D ST. a / e.?Twelfth year opens MONDAY, October 15. For information apply to CORNELIA *. BOYDEN. Priu cl|?L . ocl-3w* MME. J. ESPUTA DALT. VOCALIST. Lea-ona in Volca Culture and reedln* music at aiirlit w-l'-Ini' M12 New York atre. B.W. "I J KOI. RUDOLF BOWE, ' X TEACHES OF VIOLIN. Ha* removed to 1313 Wallach Place. orll-lm* CALISTHENICH. Miea Dorwr ?ill reaume her Oaliathenic claaee* at Eiuthicum Hall, I ueeday, October 16. 4 p m. For tenua addreenS12J P at. ocll-lm* Draw mo and painting.?lawyf.ks, doc tora.buainehanian,ladl>'? and gentlemen ot leieure, do you not often wiab that you ooold aketch naatly? Do ) on not wiab that your pereuta bad maiatod that you alioald learn to draw, aa tliev did thai you abould learn to write, because it is nwfnl in ertry profeeaion? It ia not too late now, even if you are erteuty years old. If yott ?.ii to the National Aradomy of Fine Aits, M04 t. at., you will find Mrs. Morrell. who has studied many years iu Kurope, and, while she lnvea ber art and taints matrni¢ pictures, abe wiil lay atide ber irttah to talk to your children, tellinr theiu of the rreat laws of art la laiitrua^-e so simple and clear that the little ones become as much interest* 1 as iu anew I'lay. Such traionur will do more than medicine for invalid children. Do you want to know w ny one pic tun is Kood and another Iiatl, or to b sure whether your children are b^intt lie ieflted or tajuiw.1 by Ux4r art itssoiis? Do you want to be able to rkeU li auy tbimr you ere or think of, oi to iiaint the portraits of tlinse yon loT< ? Do yon want to understand the moat I rofound and snhli.'ii'st princifilea of art? Go and aii;dy with Mrs. Morrull. Children's class. Saturday: f 10 per year. Thorouirb instruction in m< rhan cai drawiuv by Mr. W. L. J-peiden. se27-U:it* T^HE PEEKSKILL MILITABT ACADEM Y. Pi.FKB . kill-ou-U?dson. N>w York. Send for catalomte. JOHN N. TILDEN, M. D . M. A . ocd-'.'lt Principal. [ "It J R. HENBY XANDEB. I Teacher of Piano and Theory, Studio 826 12th at. n.w. oc6-lm* HE COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY.?THE ColtCOl ran Scientific School opened October L TbeclasM-s, which meet in the eveuii *, are open to both sexes. For inform ation about iBe courses in Algebra, Geometry. TiiKouometry, Analit.c Geometry.and i alculus, apply to H. I. HODGE1K8. Proieasorof MathemaUcs.o4-3m Painting "drawing in crayon and chab coalUmfht by MISS L CANFIKLD Terras. 43 jier month. Class on Saturday lor Ctiildren # l..'>0 I?r month, studio, 821 11th at. n.w. Send for cir cular. ee2U-lm* VV ASHINGTON OON8EKVATOBT OF MVslcTsT. "" Cloud Buildinv. Uth and F sts. Twentieth ?? sr. Piano, Otvan, Voice Vioiiu, Flute. Cornet, Ac. Free advantaaraa. O. B. BulXABD. Director. m4-'.V Kindergarten normal tkmning class FOU LADIEs AND TEACHI.RS. 1U1K Sunderland Place, south of Dupoat Circle. Fall term opens NOVEMBER 1,1SSS. rl-2m Mas. LOLISA MANN. MARTYITS commercial COLLEOE ~ AND school of Telearraphy and Type-wntin*. 313 6th st. n.w.. uear City Poat-Offlce. "lhe HiRtieat standard Business CoUewe in America." Splendidly equi|?| ea '? he laivee: and moat commodious building iu th city devoted to business traiuimr Catausruea free on ap plication. Colobkd students not admitted. FRANCIS G MA1UYN. Preatdent; C. E. URNEB. A. M-C. E. Principal. ocl DKAWING and PAINTING TAUGHT BY MISS NfcLLIl. TAYLOR. Terms (3 per month; three lesson ? a week. Soecial classes for children on Nitor dsy; <1.50 per month. Studio 4So H sL a w. ocl-1 m* ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, ANNAPOLIS. MD. FIGHT Departments and Four Course* of Study. Studenta permitted to board in cluhs, if desired. Terms very modeiate. Preparatory school attach d. Special at tention (fivan to flttin* boys to ent r coUetra. the uni versity, or the Military or Naval Schools of the Gov ernment. Situation most beautiful and healthful. For catalogues address Preaidwit THOMAn FtLL, A. M. k-28-lm The Washington school of fine art and Decorative DesiKn. #i ruun Bow, 945 Penn. tve. Drawmir. Paintintr (o.l and aatercolort Mod- liuir. \\ ood Carvimt, Crayon Portrait. Ac. Call or aend for circular. a22-lm* fr>MEB80N INSTITUTE, !i V14 14th St.. l*t. T and E -t*.. Select Clasaical : n<l Mathematical School for Younjf Men mid Iiox. LeKina ita thirty-seventh juar MONDAY. 8EPTEM BEL 24. Prepares for Harvard. iale, Princeton. Johna Hop kins, und other Colleges aud l ulvemliea. lor thx F? ientiflc Schools, U. S. Military and Naval Academies, and for buaiueaa. For |>ar.irulars address seJUiim CI1AS. B. YOUNG. Principal. T." VEBNON SEMINARY^ 1100.1104.1106, 1116 M*t and 1158 llthat. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOB YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLSL Fourteenth yesr opens WFDNE8DA \, OCTOBER 3d for reception of boanliiiK pupils: IHCLSDAY, octo ber 4ih. lor reception of day iupila. ?e?*>? ?'m Mrs. E. J. SOMEBS. Principal. rrilE Mi DONALD-ELLIS SCHOOL l.'lOo 17TH X st, 1 d'.'4 Maas. sve., aud 1623 S at. Ln?rlish and French Boaiuinir aud Day School for you.is' Udlea and little (firis sixth year betnis September 26, IbStt. For iiiiorination ad arena the Principal. se22-lm Misa ANNA ELLIS. MISS J. A. D VBNF.yTTKACTi. R OF MUB1C, 1010 E st. u. w. special attention giveu to lie^iunxra. 'ierma moderate. ae22-lm* 1223115? St. The MISSES KERB'S School for Totrtr faittM and LitileGirla will open WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2?. Ac comniodalinns for a limited uuiuber oi Uoardinv Pu Piti ie3-2m _ rriHE * COLLIEBE HOME AND DAY 8CHOOL X iThirtaenth Year). A Select luatitutu .or a Limited Numbero; lio)K. tutriish,Classics,lieu. .?i. Mathemat ics. No extra ehanre for French. sch<s>l opens OC10 BEli 1. and closes JUNE 1?15.18 1 at. n.w.. near the Arlington Botei. LCCIEN E. C. COLL 1 EKE. A. M. Pnuci|?l. refers, by special permission, to Mr. K. F. lliKK*. of Rikirs x Co., Rankers: senator J no. B. MiPh r?ou, of New Jersey. Hon. Thus. F". Bayard. See rotary si state; Judsv Andrew Wyl?e, Cai>u Fraucia M. Ramsey, U. S. N.. and otuer patrons. t.u21-3ui BlESbsr8LLECT SCBOOL, 1811 I 8T. N. W.-A Primary , Intermediate, and llhrh School lor boUl texea. Sixth year betfius ^ei tember 20, with a corps of elvht teachers, all experienced and proleesionaL Iu atrucucn in Enirliah. Alathematica. Lanruatrea, and science. Pupils prepared lor collaae or business. In dividual traininsr. Special sdvantana to apt pupils. Labu.aiory work. <aiiatheme drill. The school Is well supplied wlui cnarts, reiereuce books, aud physi cal and cheuiuai apparatus. Text books lurmahed. Oftice hour-10 S.U.. to 11 * m , and 3 p.m. to 4 p. in. an2U-0u> THOS. W. SID Vt Ku. Principal. ~ R JOHN CAULFIELD will reaume l?nm at 1012 14th st^ opposite the Hamilton House, ael9~3m* October 1.1888. D Madame a fele .well-known f-ok hkb ex: celieut pronunciation, will <ive French Lessous. private or lu claasa* Hwhest reoommendationr?lO loth st. n.w^ near the Arlington BotaL sel-3ui* CEDARs"?A BOARDING AND DAY X ? school fob yodbg ladies Rh-OPEBS OCTOBER 1. AddresT^ ?el-Bn> MISS EA&LE. 1U10 341k St. \| OCN T VERNON INSTITUTE, 1530 I ST jn. t ranch and Endiah Select School lor GuU Bttfuis ita seventeenth year MONDAY. OCTOBut L For eircBlan and tttfanantloi apply to the PrincmaL ?el-2m Mrs. C'HAS W.huSuL rpBE BEBLTEX SCHOOL or LANGUAOCB 72314th at. n.? "pBOF. SHELDON'S DANCING ACADEMY NOW ss^s/y raareaJS lan^ 1004 F It a.w. FBENCH RAPIDLY MASTERED BY TBI! niir of aU methods, namely: The mood WmSi MMa. H. LARBogbK. the only native A. M., her*? of Paris, Sorbonne University, professor at fl-v-tral^?1 W03 10th at. 1 A BLW ILLUSTRATED CIBCULAB * ?^1;^ iw* rpHE WASHINGTON ^CBOOL OF ELOCUTIOB seventh annual sewiun b. (las September ] _ Private aud dase inaum Uon day aad ? ? - aTi iBV *wi? JEDUC ATION AL. I A *Pr< > or her own ' - V arad '*'!'?ai an?u. w .shea k> nmi. uih.r chl.dwa ae nMDtwn of her bonaahold f dniiH fW?- by > ro*?n ?? or 1 >aa u a?..i' < Wn> by permiaaion tu hrv. huah K ahiit*-?i pastor All (tools' rbnrrAwUni Tboniaa M. ru#T? 1 Ad.rM M. T. A.. tur ottoa. or eitharul A^m graduate or fbinceton ?n? urea KMhM to tear hi n* and wit* ttertnai. vqu wl in Hei leil?r* ud bcrlm. w?l* puptia. ?ltbor pri vate!) or It <?!???? In Latin. Ore -k. Mid Oafwian Mould |>r !?r bc)>f *collf*r iH.rt-rd ? MuertitL For lurtlier mfortaeuoii. trnaa. 4ic_ adddivae H . Mw 1 cOee. o<y?-M!? EHnVCiTIOI AT SMALL OOMT-TK TOCSu Hh.V* l ltKl*TIAN ASSOCIATION IUU1IW. Ithe lo.luw uur Ci ??i?. aaaaia* Octola-r 15 ?reo. h I and German. lanrht by Prof I- * >1 ? impSea i-ii. ? n vraihr. b\ Mr. K. P. 11 anna liab line aborthand, by kev. M I orter Snell; commercial arithmetic ai d Uokaeepin*. by Mr. J. P. Daiah. rhyaira. l.i-PnH R. I v> PnaUt.ilurgiwa. b* Una M.K WaihrtAr . t?p" wntin*, by Mr K. B. part man. and eocal music hy M r. Ihaa. K <*lart * MBbrnklf II Um Aixjuatiuu. emtio* onlj ??>. admlia to >11 ih auoae claaaee atttl th> rymnaalum. Lort't rental. |*J. M. ?*ra llaaoa aad Parktuau bare each eetaMiabed private vlaeaea, U> whicu ladira art especially in ?u?d. _orl0-4thro.lte ^Apply at 1?01? New Tort awa. OHUKT INSTITUTE. 3L22 PST . (AhUINOK'V f>. C ? A aalwt achool tor ?iri*. A tew ..utakle ?pupil* ta>y y>in Madeoioiaelle i.a Coate'a French, end MadaaaaOilliart'eueiuian C<oa*vi>atioual rla*-ev and M?d?ia? (ililnt'i i 1hk< ui Diawin* and Pemtiutf. lor u nua apply to tlx Muaea DoLStY. PriacipwU. | ??-l l-tlLttlfcalm* PHKj>r i'T HiSTAIKE. EUL D-. AND MADAMS Fontaine atu resume their Fran. ti leea. na. pn fTalair and in rli??,(>cu.l?-r 1. Apply 1W1 Marion at. .?> W and Kuwk Island ST a a.w. ae2V-ao-Unio* A I MASVASP QUADCATE 1>Inim.s I-l PlL-t. ? alndr or IU email ilaua Apply u. - ?M. H. fKAM. A. M wlK-.Tmo At Sanders 4 Mtayinau'e. M34 F at U.W J| t UCHEEL. TI^CHKK OK PIANO. OKUAN AND ? SilwiiMrat aurhu Parucuiar uttraUou to l>ym ? i ?? Uiu* wiili'iirto Ii0 QUAiibed lur litcb- I j ara or prrt^nu.rv TIM l'Jui u.? l> lh ?fc?<4m" MA.l,,1>2^lTiIs^HN"v "IWOU 1LLIOOTT LSJfc M4.-??-T,t,ih ..-ion oi<an? 1HTH bEI VIAI tiv^? *.or ^'?ti-io*uaa addn?a CHAPMAN Alibi KG I < ?\ ff U&UUiGARTEX KORMAL INSTIXUXit Aw Urn truimuu' U Katei Sladrivartaii and Primary BrkooL Latabnaliad ls;?. kla. LOUISA IULLOCK. Principal. or4 1U17 lOt* tL H2>SSKCB SYHTHM OF SOI M> HCROOU ?T oi txtii hkpt. 17. at ijth ?t. Laarn to ?i<rak 1'rrucb ct,<rrartly. to pm?>uno? tt well. Take l<w<oc? from an < xpenenred andnU'-iMaful toarbn. mllk V. Pl.l Ii'hOMVK's nietbod la at tractlTp, thoroiurli and rapid In thirty l?a*ot>a ibr c-u n\e two yean' kuoa .oUre. Trial Icmou frva. Try tau laaaoua. ?>. Bdcrvucea, lluu. and Mra. b. & Cov aul4-:lin MHUbk MANN'S KIND1 UOABTF.N and PBIMAKT SCHOOL. lblKSun u-rlai il H are. Houth ol Dnpoot Circle. New year b>inu? < >C IXJbl.U 1. IKHtt wl Jm IZjrENCEaiAN BVMNE88 OOLLKOB. TURKS SV ? D tirv Boor*. National Hank ot tbe U i n i. baildiuc. I (oruarTtbanu Data. n.w. 1'ivr ?tn?t car I'm* pa*a n>?r . tin iloor. ln?Utiitioiir*tal>lialiad HM?4. Apnu th-al bual nen-Mlu<'atioii Ihat qualities yoamrin<*n ..no ?.?nw-ti lor ?elt-auppovt and uarlulliven. Da> and i\-uinic ^raaioua. ! 1 be buniieaa coura> euil>ra<-ea b|<?i?m' Uapid *rit Uu. Ortbovrathy, the Lu*U?li Lkuruaire. ?.'? i-rmpond enoe.Kapiil C .Vu atiuiiNHookkeepiMr adaptrdto i-eery variety of bu^ne*a. biuineaa l7** Uc<* \ ?k al and ltiyai cat Cultur by tb>- IvUaru ni- iu. Oivica. tuclndiu* trainintrfor < iii^eaahip. Moral and Social Cult or*. ?!<> lnecta ot Political bnumv and Coud. Law; Oaiiil. (.eotrrapljy Tuition lee? Year a. liolaralup. ilaj <??? aionn, ten uioinha. payable on cutcnun. *??>' o< In tiKinb y tiHtaluuiuta of if In eacli. *"?? By tl.e <;u r ter, ten i?yalde on entettur. #-J0. Xijlit ?e? ?lon>: Year acli> l'|i t."?>. ilir?-e montli?. 41?i. xpncial 0 uraea l?ep .rtni. tiu- for Menoir:a?>by. Piluiau shore band. Typewntm* and llie viiai'tiopbour. I*ra< u. al 1 iw-llab Branchca; D luarte s. L.o.l ot I *i V rite or call S.ir illuatrat<<d annual annouuccaient hcbool year Innoi Monday. Sept 3. Collie oi>eu for aiTantrfmen's on and alter Moi.day A, H1NKY OPENCKK.1.L, l5.Pnu. ipal. Mis bAUA ASPENCKR. Vice-Pnncipal. L. OAl:lILI.D hl'KNCtK. f?-cre tary. Mill AH HUrilNRSS EDCCATIOS^BOOK- KKKPI NO. lvntuat ?bip. Arithmetn , (irainujar. Ortmarrapli). I Hiatory, 1 yi?-writinir, ke . rapid pn*r-?". r>-aaonal 1? ternia. Call after 4 10 p.m. ? ouli'b Cold M i 1." 1 AL 8CMOOU 4U7 i aat ca?atot at atUiCi-tftu "school OF Ml SIC. IKSTAULISHED 1STT.J P1127 lOtb at. D.?. New courae* tor llan ? aui Cburcb Onrau. aaaanwe nioat raiaj prutrreea Cliurcli oivau for practice. IHtO IXuALLb E1.MJ. PnnciiaM. THE TRADES. s PECIALTl; IN BOOKB1ND1NO ?HAKPFK'8 AND _J Cejiiory Ma*a*uica bound lor ti.", and 7 j otuitaat Tut bisvkMt lb-Ajj, lur* AAi tfUiU-iOiUHHA. tXUMA Unprecedented Attbaction U\ LM. A MILLION ULblKLttC ClUk LOUISIANA STATE LOTTEBT COMFASl Inmrporated by the Larlalatnra In 1 WW for Edu cational and Cliaritahh' purp^jwa. end ita fran< hl*r made a |?rt ol the praaeui btate Cukauittuoli i> 1K7W, by an overwbclmiUK ivpular vote. Ita OllAND F.XTBAORDINAbT DRtWINOS take rlace !?eiul-Annually. (June and D?v? uilmri. and Ita URAKD 81NOLE MMH1.K DRAWlNOb tak. |4ace on a. ch of the other ten ui ntha in the y<?r. and ara all drawn in public, at the Academy ol Muaic. Naw Orleana. La. " S> dn hereby ftrtify thai ire xpffnlf the airaa^a merit*, for all the M'mfhlpand Semi A tuiual Dratrnwaf The ijouimatia State lottery Cotaj/an^. ana n ferae* maiuiyr and cutUrU the i/rou in<r> thetMtrirei. awl that the eaiHe are nmdurtett vtth hoiie*tv. /airtiem. and lit ewdjaith (MW"f all /Ktrfiaa, and ire auX/wrue the (Jam pane/ to Mar Iku ctrtiJtcaU. a ?IU Jut-mi 11 Me uf our ttw mtfvttt attached, in riaaUrer.ianarli " CwDnntaatoii?r?. We. the vntterncned Bank* and flanker*, nil rait aC Pruetdrair? in The Lrmtnana Milk LutW t? uku h aav (k frtaenud at our ouantrre. B M. WALMHLEY. Pre*. Lnnlalana National Bank I'll.KRR LANAi X, l'pa. Male National liauk. A BALDWIN. Prea. New orltwna Na.i.iiial Hiiia CALL kull.N. hvt. Lmou Nalmiiai liana GRAND MONTIILT DBAWTNO IN TlilC ACADEMY OF MC8IC. NEW OBL&ANS TUKBDAY. NOYEMUEK 13 IMS. capital PBLZE. *300.000 KtO.OOO Ticket" at Twenty Dollar* each: Halvaa ? It. Wuartera, 46. Tuilha. t~- ^ w uUviha. *L LIST OF PRIZE* _ - ? ? - ?-w aviaaaaaaaaaaaaa i I'l.I/.l.S OF lO.tHHI are i.11,000 5 PRlZta "If 6,1?U0 are V.i.OUO 2a FBlZfch Or" 1.00 are SJj.UOO 100 FRIZES Of 500 are oo.lKHi a.HJ PRIZES OF 300 are tMMMO bOti 1'llUka OF -OO are 1UU.0UW API liOXIMATION PKI/.EH 100 Fiuw oi ara ?... 60.000 100 do. aooare 3U.OOO 100 do. -OO are XO.OOO 1 LUMINAL FBIZLd. 990 da lOOara W.900 li'.lil do. l(HiWi!..?...^M..e....MM.. MM.DUO 3 134 Prliva. aninnntlnr to SLU64.H00 NoTk--'l H ket- (trawin* capital FrUaa ara iw ??> titliii to u-ri.uual Pr aea. or Foa Cn Barca. or any further deaired. wrtu leaiUy tuthe ondarairued. ci?r7TiVat~ iUK your reawenct. w 1th State, louiity.^t^t iud Number. More rapid return mail delliwrT Vil. I aaanred by your eucloauw an Kjuraloov full adilreaa. ^ neaninffour Haud WSTAL NOTE*. Etpma c* New lork Exchanrein onliuarj Wptt^^CunZTt ha I n iamialuur )utcf- urtwucr a*. A. DALPHIM. Bar.iterad LetteraVo NEW OBLLANS NATIONAL BANS. Ww Ortaaaa.ua pyvrwrn iMftni'wuiw at 0??ral? Dan rarri and Early, who are In charaw at the diwwtmca. U aruarantee ol ahwlute falrnaaa aad lalavnty. tuattua chances ara aU equal, and that atuaa divine what number will dltw a "RLMEMBBB aha that the Of ARAN TEED BY FOLB NATIONAL BANKS of Oriaana, aad the ticketa are aagnad by the Iraatdei aa lnauiuuuu whoaa chartarad naua ara rauu?a lb ux hufhaat Courta. tlnaiak Hwan ul any nana im?mtmmrmmmawMMi ? oclo-WAMw TEFUL?OOMFOBTIJKk LPF'b COCOA BUAtrat -By a ttcwuli knowladfa ot the nafral lawa which rovara the opatauona ol dknathm aad nuintioo. aad by acwraiui apvLcaOuu ot tha Saa pruyartiaa at waU a, iected Cocoa. Mr. Eppa haa providau mr hraakfaat tahlaa with a Aaltraaaly Sarorad haaaaaga which miMf aava aa auuiy heavy doctota' la.to. It ia by tha Judi doua uaa ol auch artlclaa o. dial that a eonatituUou may be araduaUy Unit as uaUl all uaa auoach ta ra aiat every taadaucy to dMaaaa. Handrada U auhOa maladlaa ara ftoatiav around aa ready u> aiiaoa whara evt r that* la a weak poant Ha mar aacaa* auany a latal aiiaft by kaa| i^ ua?aal?ea wall MiMrt with pure blood aad a imadi kiiwirt tiwa-?Oeal hia anta fin aa Made ain.pljr with bofllnf water or aulk. ?aM ?IT i haW-poaSd Una tqr Oraeara. laMad Uaa ^nT*ttu?2%BrfSRSH?'" *? aa^ilwaSythSrti^teiri^jyttawatjSr V. __ LADIES GOODS. Al IE* * Hi> AKK DOIV. FAIL M|jo|-p|>u EJ will fto well to l.jve thr.r ( lotha for anl Auale. ik> ImMnianvaftf tin lataat I' itsiai hi i. Mlt W _ M. A MOFFMAX.41M Ptkat. B.W.. 1 'k?T will be awif at ab.Tl M m. A- Hort max. Lu>i "CO KTICILLt" bPOOL BILK AMD TVIlt IT IS the BUT r>*Mtokf THL PALAIS boy AL _ _ ik.Uwr.1 _Cor*rr Pi. sv* and |Sk at. atrtto Fedora DliFRS Shift db Aki i l:t DIM IN INK WORLD. Manufactured l>> A. it ttrmkiuAUu A Oo. Baltlmnea w??ta Audi formiri.y cai.byin,, on m.??? lutiiu 111 !in t?rt n uUllkt thr I'llnuiwrol t Ira ?4 thr ^ Mhiiirton Mi*? at btr muW>h'. . i ?wr In i HI aaaurvd. Addreaa 1114 V imuu ?>?? tf. Ktt-fir* __ ^OVrTHINU NL? IVIliiKO II ? : HI B Rail I*.? k. U. Mb Ik, Mr , jTett), duraMr. and. >?? Kr?! i'!ui4i?l iwrai I t. tut -. t.tft i ? a>. Htiid w to hUlil, UuM I'aiul i liV'.l, Jxanw t(. J. JAY oOl LD. 4211Mb ?l B.w t-Au. h. ?Jw ? l*a it. wit ll^ Lrmru oi> haik ihkirhveu l^BO trace by O J ?l|. .Iri. DraMi- |TO1?. eu<1o-ant tlf tw) prominent i>Lvki< <u l*u )aar?' prartfcv IV lUu dl) ?mttlt*l treatn.ent for lad.?w uiilrMami urlO lui* Milk Ilk uAlllilU. l-i'.'Tu ? R w ] V h 1HI I.Ai II h MKAl. OAI.M! A| I I I.) 1) J tiid n-iwrnl. n<ull> t< or.i?r. rtrrnnt irin re paired. VKH. I. V l\*N\ of-i-lm* l'-MI Ntim)l?uit ave . Datta Kui?ii??. f ILY DRKstt. KHIILIW AKK 1 HI HI -T MAM - IjltrtirMb) th< lir-* ?kl> B sbi? id < V? 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W<iKkM.IM*0t<?Lii * Udi?' aud (.wi t's OtrawuBol all kiuda ('l?Mird and lijuu tiilioul U iiu rni??l UdM' I.v>?im lir tp|wialt> Ibirl) li?r >Ntr*' ?npnvuoa hvn mtxi'TBU- ?*o.ila called lor and dalltarad. al4 AM.-WuoL OAUfcKM> MAbfc UI- OB U11TEU (l)ed aduoii ut^uiujua EpnnitE ?14 MMOaABW. _ FLA.NOS A>'D ORG ANSI w w W OO KKK OOC H M ~ ?M?_ wmwwoo R ROOH M" a WW WW O O KRR V HHH *TML, WW WW U U R B C O H M ?_5 WW OO B B OOU U M "W Mt?I<' h*(itiK. xJj ;iu HlUKk.1 .N. W. Airtuta lor thr uuritaXinl M< lUkl'K and tbr -nprn<? HA11.I I 11 AMI rl MhlUk Piai.ow. lb?imiiM-iiU lor rvBt andaukl (>ii m?lallBieiiia. Ma oflt-r lb?- trwini bariraiua 111 Ui? . It). orlH-tiiu fcakderm Si Stavmar. U.AU1SU 11A>0 AN1? UhdAN MF.I.i HAXTB JABVlti HI1 l.th IN < HAllot. Wi4 F ht N H RF.AMJN AHLK HKH'EK ' EASV TEBMB HANOS r*>B BEM . BEVOND Cllllli'lbM.-luiit, touch. worktuauatil|>. au<l liiiiab .< liLCkLk IU1W VIA NO* an- lirj. ? d <*rilkiam. Tbrj an- m > v?rj mi?i tbr ha?i Uiat. au l? luaO.- Itackrr Broa' I lauoa arr of unauniMBad uur sbilit>. Iltuoa (or nat. bANliKKh A mT A \ M A V MJ4 t at. a.?. EVEKVBOPV ESOW^TUEM Man, of tl.?*T-al est luuakiaia rrrlri titan. *? mean tbr vt Lilt H 1'IANOB More WM.EB HAN oh uiad*- aud aol.l uo? Utaa evar batura. lk tlm tiuu rv. r. I1au.? lot rrut DANULkktHTAIHAN. H?4 r at. B. W. THIS IH IBTEBBtiTIMO, TOO -IBr 'T Hi HI B" Hani* have lavtt belorr tbr fulilir ainoa IM411 Ui? brui auc. eialiuir tbr old-Mrtatillalirvl Bnn ol N unna B lucln-r lioruiett) N utilia B 1 lara I it that Uutr liur ilia thr > '-wia ?r hav< luauUW tbaaa I'lauoa ?c uavc vuiii iic4rly 1HBKK THOHMAKD (lOUO) OF THEM. Kuch ait i-aprneuoa aa that uruiuii qualiflea u? to a|wak ol tha uirnlB ol the "1 itx HIK.' ami tarda>B?t hcatuttr to probouuer il a 1 Hotaol uKLl kkUAbLk liMlruiueuL LuuubL Mud. KAKDKBM 4 8T4YMAX. 934 F at . B Raaiitiitrvoti. I>. C_ lj.v cuarlaa at . Hal.tuj.in . M4. iill? Mam at . Rti hutoBd. t i THE EHTEY PIANO - Ltkr tbr rraud old Katef Orvau. It la ttral 111 toBr. with aiuooLb BBd rlaattc toucu. ample IB puww. aud varj daraWa. Fiabua lot nut. BAKDEBli * "T ATM AN. h.h ? at. a. w. IT 18 NOT A COM I X DEC M !-*h? are thr lata) Onraiia ubtvt-raall) prel>rrrd by Orraiuat. aud Muat cau! The ana war cuiuaa rnailllir. It la laa-waaa Utejr have the PCREST AND NWEETE8T TONE, obeatb8t KiHEK. ORKA IKMT VABIETY OF EFFECTS BE8I MKC'HANICAi. 1 A( 1LI1 'Ea. BeautUBl uew at) Ma. luudaratc prBm aud aaaj BAMlKKS ft sTAYM AN. orl .tni U^4 I at. u._w. HA 1.1.IT ft DAVID' PIANO BOOMM AKft XoW opra tor tall Trade. Choice lot ol Pianoa for aala ano rent MuH'ial aai?v to tuaki t lutiHrMa b< October I. Ikrmu. a U hl MNU lull l?tb at. B.w. ae?-Win f|AHI Ml 1'KRRiB "EKAEAI E. - P1A.NOB TTl la X delta Oriraua and the "ptaar ' Pianoa ??. U KLH.N orueral Atrenl. arlf?-em_ 4Q? loth at. a w. Knabi Pianos lalv< allu in tone Torrn. wobebanship AND DCBAflLITY. Mpectal attcBti.m ol pun baaara la invitad to oar "New Art tali. muIhl" flutaned 111 Oeatyua ol blUHKSi DBCObATlYK Alt 1 MI CoND HAND PI AN OK A hue a?- rtmant at ptotnuutut Inataa at all pevaa. 1 IaNom I oh i.KN'T. M At. EN ABE ft CO.. my 1 817 Markat Bpaua. HO^SEFUKNlSIliMiS. (JaBPETS! CJabpets! I C/ABPETSIIt We are daily laoatvlnv oar Fall aapplp of RIOEDOW, LOWELL ft HAM FoBD WILTON CAKPE1M. Hi IDT LKlMMKLH. Mogt'Kl n VLLVE1-B. TAP KM 1 it IKS. 1 HKKK l'LVB, 1.MJKA1N& aud ART M?L AHI-A BUUB, VATa.CLRiAlXB.aitd DBAI'INunia ?raB rarlctv. An mapecUou ol our -lock ta aoltcitad. aelia 3m HOOK, HBO. ft CO- l^Fak. J L LLPBII X k CO.. Utmati) ?un P. Hansoa Hiaa ftOoO. ? ALL I'apkbr V a have Juat itnlml a lanre .-ouaummeDt of new ai nun iwtterua. We are aalliaB aJU lte. wlnie bacc 1 ai?n <b yards loiar) Ik luc par piaoa. out fap^ra iron. 1.IC. to ao Kiniiuaat J out ir..n. n. Ij. Au work iraarautaed tirat-clasa Iraauo PainliBB atal Tin UUK a apectaJtr. LBLEPBECX * BBO.ova auv ' th atraat cars paaa the door. mil FAMILY SUPPLIES. What is That Subtle. &bcbet BOMETHlNO That has aaaaad avary bodr to aoaad the pralaaa 0 BRIDAL VEIL FLOCR' Tit M aM bm. and fob arfll bubo otha. ?ar safe b> tha loilowiaa wail knows rtiom JOHN a MAOBrrtEB. 141? Now Yorkava CHAR. L EEL1> HMa. Maaooic IcMpta. Mata. CEO. E ELKKLDY ft HON, l-'OW ftC *. E. AHHOTT, 1721 HsuaiiraBAaara. k. A. B ALkEB. 1UOCI TUi at. E. M. Bl bchabd B BBn.. hka btb. aad 414 tt ?. ft U R UFFI'TI. O-oqratowa. A a RRloBT, 1BS2 14IK at. )al4 wfta FINANCIAL. | BO. M. COBOOK aKO. M. MACaBT NKY, O0R8OR ft macartney. OLOVKR Bl lLDlNta, 141B ? tT. ? W? I IB I ot Saw York, ^r^TUril^a .took Mt ?d aoldjy IS SPECIALTIES. Filer of whaiEveb form, bo matter atiuoat 1 tlalaaa 0,0 . uttiny 1 aad no has ot UUi. IMS liaslnssa DE HUt.ADE.? (Brac?luB fat Puis as sA tfta BawaatJ Qfcns a?B rtsdtari. BA>4 1MB at. a.*. Quaaaitartan Uaa. aclolat pi ELEATBIC TBEA1 MEET ( CAB BPl LDlLf Aaihta. laa to dr. _ 121U I ad. B-w. arlX la B-lt; M. tadataUtot. "SSfce-! ~ Im* Hair Balaam