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RELIGIOUS STRIFE IX CANADA.
Making War on the Jesuits In Parlia
ment and Klsewhere.
An exciting debate ou the Jesuit qnrstion oc
enrred in the parliament at Ottawa yesterday
when the O'Brien resolution declaring the
Jesuit order a secret organization franght with
danger to Canada came up. Col. O'Brien Raid
that he moved his amendment owing to the
conviction* of his constituent*. and what he be
lieved to be the sentiment* of a majority of the
people of the l>ominion. although he was
elected aa a supporter of Sir John Macdonald.
Col. O'Brien attacked the Jesuit order vehe
mently and moved that a series of resolutions on
the subject be submitted to the governor-gen
eral. These resolutions call on the governor-gen
eral to disallow the Jesuit act on the ground that
the legislature of Quebec had no power to pass
?aid act. because "it endows from public funds
a religious organization, thereby violating the
UDvritten but undoubted constitutional princi
ple of the complete separation of church and
state, and of the absolute equality of all de
nominations before the law; secondly, because
it recognizes the usurpation of the right by a
foreign authority?namely, the pope of Rome
to claim that his consent was necessary to em
power the provincial legislature to dispose of a
portion of the public domain, and also because
ihe act is made to depend upon the will, and
the appropriation of the grant thereby made is
subject to the control of the same authority;
and. thirdly, because the endowing of the j
?ocietv ol Jesuits, an alien, secret and politico
religious body, the expulsion of which from j
?very Christian community wherein it has had j
a footing has been re idered necessary by its
intolerant and miscbietous intermeddling with
the functions of civil government, is fraught
with danger to the civil and religious liberties
of the people of Canada."
A lengthy de!?nte followed, members attack
ing or defending Col. O'Brien's motion. The
debate was adjourned without coming to a
vote.
A memorial from the Protestant Alliance was
presented to Lord Knutsford. secretary of
state for the colonies, in London on Tuesday, j
asking the government to disallow the Quebec !
Jesuits estates act. Lord Knutsford, in reply, I
said that the matter rested entirely with the j
t anadian government, to which the memorial !
would be forwarded.
The pope, according to the desire of the
t anadian episcopacy, has issued a brief in
which he decides the amount of restitution to
the Jesuits by the Canadian government as fol
lows: *160.000 to the Jesuits. ?100.000 to the
i atholic bishops and 5140.000 to the Montreal
university.
It is understood that the Toronto Mai' print
ing company is making preparation to contest
its libel suit with the Jesuits wholly regardless
of expense. The company will send a commis
sion at once to France and Belgium for the
purpose of arranging with prominent states
men there to come over and give evidence
touching the operations of the Jesuit society in
those countries. A distinguished Paris advo
cate will also be engaged to assist the MaW?
counsel in Montreal and Toronto in preparing
the interrogatories to be put at the trial to the
heads of the Jesuit order here. The suit grows j
out of the charges made by the paper in con
testing the bill passed by "the Quebec legisla- I
tare granting the order *100.000 as compensa
tion for the appropriation of their lands many
years ago.
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A Horse that Feeds Another.
Fn?fn the liusft'n Transcript.
Billy, a remarkably intelligent horse used in
the police wagon of division "J. has taken up an
idea which he follows daily. One of the
mounted officers in the division leaves his
horse in the stable connected with the station
* on Blu- Hill avenue, near Dudley street, while
he answers to the roll-call at noon and again
at 6 o'clock. The officer fastens his horse to
the post forming one corner at the head of
Billy's stall, aud as soon as the animal is tied,
Billy picks np a mouthful of hay, forces it
through the iron grating about his stall, and
waits until his guest haa eaten it. Then
he repeats the operation and continues his lios
1 vitality until the officer returns for his horse.
Jilly began to do this early in the fall, without
any suggestion from the men. aud he does it !
twice a d ? v much to the satisfaction of his
vi.-itor. The performance has attracted con
siderable attention in the neighborhood, and
Billy 'a politeness has won him many friends.
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Tho Vlrjln Was Foolish.
Lydia Athertuii in Wale Awake.
A gentleman and l.is wife who had gone to a
neighbor's for an evening visit felt obliged to
cut short their stay, in consideration of the
feelings of their young laely hostess, who was
overcome with mortification because the parlor
lamp went out.
It was a house* where the decorative craze I
was at the tune rampant. Scarcely an article in
the room that was not Kensington painted or
Kensington stitched or "artistically draped.''
Decorated bellows, decorated candles, deco
rated mirrors, decorated jars, jugs, plates,
bottles, mugs, vases, baskets, fans^ milking t
?tools, placques and panels, lambrequins, wher
ever lambrequins could be attached; filmy '
drapery over pictures and easel. over every- )
thing that could be draped?catching oil one's
buttons, be.ng whisked off on one s skirts if one i
dared to move.
Greatest triumph of all was a genuinely ar- |
tiatic lamp of price, which had over it a "petti- j
coat of satin ribbons, in a symphony of yellow j
?citron yellow, lemon yellow, gold, old i
gold and orange?showing through an j
onter petticoat of exquisite lace with a flounce |
that would have driven a cardinal wild to pos- I
*es? it for hi9 own personal adornment. But |
alack for the practical details of this show I
house! The light began to wane, then rally. I
again wane; and then with one desperate 1
effort at saving the family name, it went out.
Ou the way home the' couple talked pity
ingly of the lady's humiliation. "The moral I
of which is." said she. "that lamps should be .
trimmed," replied he, "but not with point ?
lace."
To New Y<>rr via B. A O. R. R.?A complete
service of fast Express Trains is now in full
operation between New York. Philadelphia.
Baltimore and Washington via 15. A O. It. U.
All the day trains are equipped with Pullman's
Parlor Cars and the night trams with Pullman's
fcleepers. The "Knickerbocker Express." leav
ing Washington at 4:10 p.m.. arriving New York
9 55 p.m.. is compose d exclusively of Yestibuled
Coaches and Parlor Cars. No extra fare ia
charged. Passengers are landed at station foot
of Liberty street. New York, within two blocks
of Elevated railroad. *
Railroad Contracts Awarded.?A Rich
mond special to the Baltimore Anurian? sava;
The Richmond. Fredericksburg aud Potomac
railroad and the Richmond and Petersburg
railroad companies to-day awarded contracts
for constructing the line of 8 miles west of the
city, connecting the two roads named. A. W.
liannan A Co. get the contract for grading;'
Meson. Hoge A Thresher for the bridge ma
sonry. and the Edgemore iron works, of Wil
mington. Del., for the superstructure of the
bridge across James river. Harman's bill will
amount to between *30.000 and *60.000. The
grad ng la to be ready for the track br No
vember 1. The line will start from a point on
the Richmond. Fredericksburg and Potomac
railroad, about 1 mile beyond fair ground, and
will run along the western boundary of the
new reservoir, aud will strike the Richmond
and Petersburg road 8'3 south of Manchester.
Tbe bridge will cross the river just above the
three-mile locks.
The CrxBERi.A*o Co at Trade.?The ship
ments from th* mine*s of the Cumberland
coal region for the week ended Satur
day. March 23. ls*9. were 53.477 tous. and for
the year to that elate 633.3M5 tous. a decrease of
V7.185 tous as compared with the corresponding
period of 1N8M. The shipments to the Bal
timore and Ohio railroad aud other points were,
for the we< k :t2.K6 tons, and for the year to
that dat? 4S0.952 tons, a decrease of ' 1211.279
tons aa compared with last year. The ship
ments to the Chesapeake and Ohio caual were
for the week 'J?S tons, and for the year to that
date 123 tous. a decrease of 27 tons aa compared
with last year. Tlrf shipments to the Penn
sylvania railroad for the week were 20.477 tons,
and for the year 151,509 tons, an increase of
82.126 tons as compared with last year.
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How She Biused Her Father's New
Horac.?Miss Ella Collins, of Lewis county, W.
Va.. put some straw in one of the fire place* of
her father'* ele-gant new house, to burn out the
soot which was falling, and a defect in the
chimney near the attic allowed the tire to come
through, aud in a few momenta the roof was in
a cloud of smoke. All the family being away
there was no one to render assistance, and in a
?hurt time the house and ita content* were de
stroyed.
He Got the Article he Advertised For.?
R. E. Park, a well-to-do farmer living near
Kaveuawood, W. Va.. aud belug a widower of
three years standing, advertised extensively
for a second wife. He specified in the adver
tisement what her age. height, complexion,
disposition and color of hair should be. In
nearly all the large western dailie* his "ad"
could have been seen. Frequently he received
application*, but the applicant failed in one or
the other respect to anawer the requirements.
From Man* field. Ohio, be received* letter from
Miw Rebecca Irvin. who claimed to be just
what he wanted. He went on to *ee her and
k * just returned with her a* his brida.
WELDING BY ELECTRICITY.
A Successful Exhibition of thl? Novel
Process.
From the Boston Herald.
In response to invitations of Mr. H. A. Royee.
general manager of the Thomson Electric Weld
ing company of this city, about fifty gentlemen
assembled at the station of the Maiden Electric
company, in Maiden, to witness the novel pro
cess of welding metals by electric current.
There were three welding machines, one
small and the other two much larger. The first
is called the inch-iron machine, for the reason
that it has a capacity of welding from a quarter
to an inch bar iron. It will also weld copper
from one-eighth to one-half inch in diameter,
and brass of somewhat larger size. One of the
larger machines is known as the 2-inch pipe
machine, as it has the capacity of welding
heavv 2-iuch iron pipe and smaller sizes. The
third is called the 2-inch iron machine, and will
weld a solid bar of iron of that size, as well as
( smaller sizes. These machines arc supplied
with current by a dynamo having a constant
potential of about 300 volts, hnd strength from
SO to 'JO amperes.
The exhibition of welding was begun on the
small machine, when several pieces of iron,
brass, and copper were successfully welded,
much to the surprise and gratification of those
present, the work on this machine being closed
[ by the welding of a bar of iron an infch in di
ameter. The principle of this process is so
simple and so direct that the wonaer is nobody
thought of it before. It is based on the incan- j
descence of the carbons in the arc light. In
these latter the carbons are placed bv the trim
mer so as to touch, and when the current is es
tablished in the circuit and goes through them
they are drawn slightly apart by proper me
ehAninm in the lamp. The electric current, en
countering great resistance from the air. pro
duces great heat, which, acting on the carbons,
gives a white incandesccnce?hence the arc
light. This principle is utilized in welding.
The ends of metals to be welded are brought in
close contact; then the current is run through
them, and when it is established these ends are
separated slightly, when the electric arc is
formed between them and heat ensues, which
by a skilful arrangement of the machine, is
gradually intensified until the desired welding
heat ia obtained. At thin juncture the current
is shut off by the operator, and the machine
manipulated so as to press the heated ends to
gether, when the well is at once completed.
1'he whole process is clean, neat, beautiful. I
In the weldings done on the small machine the
tile showed the homogeneity of the metal at
the point of junction, and to show liow strong
this weld was Mr. Lemp twisted one of the
joined bars until the metal broke, but the break
was not at the weld.
Next an exhibition was given of welding 2
inch pipe on the machine designed for that
purpose. _ This was as readily and as easily ef
fected as in the case of the smaller bars iii the
first machine, the weld being perfect, and
leaving but a little ridge on the inside.
Then on the third machine bars of solid 2
mch iron were welded with the greatest ease
and in the most perfect manuer. The metal at
first assumes at the junction a dull reddish
color. This color gradually extends on each I
side about one inch or so. but while it is spread- !
ing there is a change to a white heat where
the metals meet. Boriix is used to prevent i
outside oxidation only. Then there is the
sudden shutting off of the current, a forcing
together of the heated ends, with the result of
a complete union of the metals. The whole j
process is one of marvelous simplicity and at
the same time wonderful completeness.
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A Canadian Romance.
From the Sprinirfieltl Republican.
Janet Kussell was the belle of Lynnbrier, a
Canadian village on the St. Lawrence, and was
admired by all of the swains who dwelt in those
parts, but her '-steady company" was a hand
some young fellow. John Miller, son of the vil
lage postmaster, who also kept a general store.
John and Janet went together to a frolic one
night, and on the road John asked the old
question, which was answered in the affirma
tive. Things went nicely, but at last. Janet
(lancing twice in succession w ith a young fellow
whom he had looki-d upon as a rival, John felt
bad. and on the way home sharp words passed be
tween*them. The girl told him that she wished
it had been Charley Hall (the rival; who had
asked her the question before mentioned,
whereat John said he would give her
a day to take that back, and if
not?why. all was over between them.
Janet relented when she had time
to think about it. and the next morning wrote
a note to John and dropped it into the letter
box at old Mr. Miller's store. Time passed on.
A year or so after that Charlev Hall and Janet
Kussell were married, and John Miller was
married to another girl. Some five years
passed and old Mr. Miller died, leaving his
property arid store to his son. who at once set
about making improvements. And it so hap
pened that the old letter-box was broken up.
Mrs. Hall, accompanied by her eldest daughter,
four years old. was in the store. A letter
dropped to the floor; a workman picked it up
and with the remark. "Here's an old letter ad
dressed to you. Mr. Miller." passed it to John.
At the moment lie was talking to his old sweet
heart. He took the letter and turned it over
and over in his hand. As Janet's eve fell on it
she blushed. John opened the note and read
it. then handed it to Janet. She took her little
one by the hand and hurriedly left. Was it for
the better or worse?
If you Drink you'll llioat.
From the Philadelphia Times.
Liquids make fat. There is no doubt of this
in my mind, though I am fully cognizant of the j
fact that a good many people will deny it. The {
character of the liquids has a good deal to do
with it. but the practice of drinking invariably
leads to unwieldy bulk. In Spain, where men
drink little, a fat man is unknown. In Paris,
where men content themselves with sipping
I tlnniblesfhl of absinthe or small cups of black
coffee, the French are thin to a remarkable de
gree. The women, on the other hand, drink
great quantities of champagne. Burgutidv and
latterly beer, and they are as a result prone to
stoutness. In England men drink ale and beer,
and they are a thick-necked, pudgy and heavy
race as a rule. I had observed ail this many
times, and when I went to Germany, where I
kru w the consumption of beer was very great,
I had prepared to find fat men in abundance!
I was not disappointed. There would seem to
be absolutely no end of big. corpulent and un
wieldy men in Germany. While in the army
they are slim and splendid looking warriors,
but two months after thev leave the ranks tliev
become heavy, puffy and beefy to the last de"
gree. This is even so in the ranks among the
other soldiers, and the cavalry were men of
such extraordinary weight that they always ex
cited comment from strangers.
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An Opportunity Lost.
From the Boston Globe.
"I say," said Berkey, to his wife yesterday at
dinner, "you didn't say anything to any one
about what I was telling you the night before
last, did von? That's a secret."
"A secret! Why, I didn't know it was a se
cret." she replied regretfully.
"Well, did von tell it? I want to know."
"Whv. no. I never thought of it since. I
didn't know it was a secret."
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Clear Proof.
From the Woman's Werld.
Merritt?"Nice smoking jacket, that Kind
of your wife to make it for you."
Young Husband?-Why, how do you know
my wife made it for me?"
Merritt?"I notice that the buttons are sewed
down the wrong side."
I'niaon Not Their Residence.
From the Yonkers Gazette.
Circuit ltider (to wayside boy)?Ah. mv little
man, does peace reigu with you at home?
It often rains pieces of furniture, vez
zir.
V* Indeed! I infer, then, that vour par
ents do not live in unison?
boy?Xo. sir. They lives in Skinner's Holler.
She Dreamed It.
From the Chlcatro Let Iyer.
He (about to ask for a kiss)?I have an im
portant question to ask you.
She (playfully)? I know what it is, Charlie.
You want me to be your wife; I dreamed it.
Well, take me.
He (rather taken aback)?You dreamed it?
She?Yes. 1 dreamed it last night, and I
answered you as I am answering you now, and
yon took me in vour arms and kissed me
What could Charlie do?
Last Words.
From the Chicago Herald.
"What are you reading. Kate?"
"Oh, it's one of the monthly magazines.
Here's an interesting article on the last words
of prominent men."
"The last words! Did they have any?"
"Yes. of course."
?'Where were their wives?"
The disorders at Pineville. Ky., have been
quelled by the removal of the leaders of the
warring factions. Jeff. King, one of the out
law leaders, has been captured, and Bnrch
another of them, died of wounds received in ?
tight on Monday.
LUXURY IN FRANCE.
How tbe Cabinet Ministers and Their
Wives Live.
From the London Troth.
I often wonder whether it i?. after all, an evil
j for French ministers to be short-lived?unless
| for the ministers and their wives. If they were
j not often overthrown the number of persons to
[ taste the sweets of office would be so much
less. The constant shuffling of the cards and
new deals have also the advantage of prevent
ing the formation of a governmental caste,
which would be the most unendurably con
servative one that ever existed, and. I doubt
not, the most insolent and pnffed np. You
have no idea in England of the magnificence in
which members of French cabinets live. They
are housed in palaces, at once handsome, lux
urious and snag?a rare combination. Admir
ably trained footmen are thrown in with the
palaces. Lords chamberlain and masters of
the ceremonies might take lessons in deport
ment from the reserved, respectful and self
respecting nshers in black, with steel chains
round their necks, who show visitors into the
presence of the minister on the ground floor
e Heiress on the first floor.
The furniture of a ministry is all very hand
"id imposing in the ground floor rooms.
All this splendor takes away the breath of an
Englishman fresh to Paris, who has been used
to the dinginess of the Irish office and the plain
brick house at Whitehall at which the G. O. M.
resided when in office. At a French ministry
the foot sinks in winter in the deep pile of the
carpets. In summer the oak parquet floors are
beautifully polished, giving a chiirming sense
of coolness and dustlessness. Immense win
dows of the folding door model, thrown wide
open if the weather be sunny, affotd prospects
of velvety turf, old trees, shrubberies and flower
beds in bright bloom. There is not a minister
ial residence that has not a garden spacious
enough to deserve the name of a park, and tho
atmosphere of Paris is free from smoke blacks, i
The ministress lives generally on the first i
floor of the official residence, which is just as]
spacious and handsome, but more gay and elo- I
quently coqnettish, than the ground floor
rooms. The sitting rooms of the outgoing prime
Ministress?the nicest one we have had for an
age?were done up for the duchess de Persingy
when she was running her curious rig under
the empire. For her pleasure the Garde
Meuble, which is an infinite wealth of beautiful
furniture, was rifled of some of its most lovely
eighteenth-century treasures. The duchess was.
on her father's side the grand-daughter ofNev,
the cooper's son. On her mother's side slie
stood in the same relation to Jacques Lafitte,
of financial celebrity, who came to Paris with
worn-out shoes and an empty pocket, but who
won the heart of a miserly banker
by stooping to pick up a pin in his
eourt-vard. and so was able to make his
way to fortune. Yet the duchess was as daintv
as if her ancestors for centuries had been of the
due s class. A crumpled rose petal on her couch i
would have made her cry out. She afterward ;
had to slave ill the house of her second husband i
in Lgvpt (Lemoyne, an Orleans attorney), like j
her great grandmother. The sitting rooms, the I
use of which Mine. Floquet has enjoyed for the
last ten mouths, are done up with rare old bro- |
cades and old pink Sevres and Dresden porce- '
la ins. The bed rooms are just as nice, and the I
dining room is a bijou. All the year round '
ministresses can have what flowers they please \
from the state greenhouses. How. then, could !
they help regarding themselves as sovereign j
ladies were their husbands' tenure of office
long?
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Henry W. Paine.
ANECDOTES SHOWING HIS WIT AX1> HIS WONDEK
FCL MEMORY.
From the Lewiston (Me.) Journal, March 2.
The writer heard one day this week some
new stories about that wonderful man. Henrv
W. Paine, whose acute sayings are numbered
among the world's best epigrams. The narrator
was once a pupil of Paine's in the Boston uni
versity law school, where Paine lectured on
real property.
"One day," said this gentleman. "Mr. Paine
made this remarkable statement to me: 'I was |
born on the bank of the Kennebec river and I
grew up there; yet I never went in swimming, |
put on a skate, played a game of cards, or bor
rowed a dollar.' "
I will leave it to my readers who are ac
quainted with the customs of Kennebeckers to
decide which of these four specifications of ab
stinence is the more remarkable.
"I will tell you an incident." said this gen
tleman, -to illustrate the wonderful power of
Paine's memory when he was in his prime
They were exhibited almost (lailv. but never
more conspicuously or dramatically than in
this case.
"In 1879 he visited England, and with apartv
of ladies and gentlemen, went to Windsor
Castle. Although Paine had never been there
before, he seemed to be perfectly acquainted
with all the objects of interest on "the road and
in the vicinity which he pointed out to his
friends with copious comments. One of the
buildings to which he called their attention
was a house which he said once belonged to
Lord Coke, the great Eng'ish jurist.
Beg your pardon, sir,' said an Englishman
standing by. woo OTtrhcnrdj 'Lord Coke never
lived there.'
I think I am right.' said Paine qnietlv.
If niv memory serves me. Lord Coke acquired
that house by his marriage with his second
wife. Ann Hatton.'
" "You're wrong, sir.' persisted the English
man. '1 ni a member ot Lord Coke's profes
sion. and I know.'
?; -Well, we won't dispute it fnrther,' said
Paine, pleasantly. 'We probably agree as well
as two lawyers ever do/
-Nothing more was said, bat the next dav as
I aine was walking 011 the* Strand in London,
whom should he meet but this gentleman ! The
latter took off his hat on seeing him. handed
him his card, and said: 41 wish to beg your par
don. sir. Lord Coke did live in that house.
iou Were right and I was wrong.'
"This was the beginning of an agreeable ac
quaintance.
" I remember riding home in a horse car with
Paine one day," continued this gentleman,
"i aiue was reading a sheepskin-bound volume
of law reports. A mutual acquaintance called
hini1 and said: 'See here, Paiue, do vou have to
study law still?"
This isn t law,' said Paine. 'It's onlv a col
lection of decisions of the Massachusetts su
preme com t'
' 'I he great lawyer." the gentleman went on,
?once quoted some singularly beautiful and ap
propriate verses in an impromptu tribute to the
memory of a distinguish'd jourist. the spon
taneous eloquence of which kept his hearers
spell-bound. Somebody asked him where he
found those lines.
j " 'I only know,' said he. 'that inv father re
peated them to nie over sixty years ago. when
I was a lad. I never have seen or heard them
since.
Paine inherited his waggish spirit from his
lather, who was an inveterate joker.
One day a Waterville citizen, noted for his
miserly character, asked Paine the elder to
write an enitaph to be placed 011 his grave
stone after he should have gone. Paine agreed
to do it, and sent the following:
I'1' H*aven be when sinner* reuse to gin.
If bell be pleased when sinners enter in,
n'\*nb I'leased when dies the arrant kiicve,
tf'raveI**1"" 1'le'"ea wlu"' John Jinks tilled this
Arts of the Chicago Damsel.
From the Chicago Herald.
Why is it that a young lady in a street car
j likes to appear vivacious and pretty in the eyes
I of the strangers about her? She does, though,
j There may be nothing of the fiirt about her,
and she maybe quick to repel, with a withering
glance, any advances upon the part of a strange
vonng man, but she does like to appear bright
and winsome in her manner. She will slvly
wet her ruby lips to give them more of a color.
. and will cast arch glances from her more or
1 less pretty eyes. She thirsts for male admira
tion. and exercises many neat little tricks to
obtain it. If she sees some old man in the
car?some old gentleman whom she knows
through her parents, but whom she would be
very chilly to under ordinary circumstances?
she hastens to recall herself to him, in order
that she mav bring into piny, in a chat with
some one. those pretty little arts of conversa
tion which will cause the men sitting across tho
?.H-i laV tbeir papers and watch her.
If she can do this, she has gained her point and
is happy. *
Incurred a Dig Plumber's Bill.
From tbe Cbicatro Herald.
'?George, we've had a dreadful time. The
house is all torn up. I've had the plumbers
here all day."
"What's the matter?"
"I smelled something horrible, and thought
it must be a bursted drain pipe. The plumbers
tore up the floor all over the house, but didn't
tind anything. and what do you suppose it
"I don't know; what was it?"
"Why, it was Hoouefort cheese. I wish the
the next time you bring such stuff into the
hota'4 you'd let me know."
Ov?* Fittt Ek c?sionist8 Dhowned.?'The
steamer Ocotlan. with a large excursion partv
on board, foundered on Lake Chapula near
Guadala Jara, Mexico. Fifty bodies have been
recovered from the wreck. Efforts are now
being made to raise the steamer, when it is ex
pected additional bodies will be secured.
Popping the Question.
I From the Xew Yorlt Mercury.
It wan seven long years nine? Jonas Harris
had begun to "keep company'' with Hannah
Bell, and yet in all that time he had not mus
tered courage to propose a certain important
question. His house was lonely and waiting:
her's was lonely enough to be vacated, and still
I Jonas could not bring himself to speak the de
cisive words. Many a time he had walked up
to her door with the courage of a lion, only to
find himself a very mouse when she appeared.
He had never failed in dropping in to cheer her
loneliness on Christmas evening, and this year
he presented himself as usual. The hearth was
swept, the fire burned brightly, and Miss
Hannah was adorned with smiles and a red bow.
Conversation went serenely on for an hour or
so. and then, when they both sat paring red
cheeked apples with great contentment, Jonas
began to call upon his recollections.
"It s a good many years, ain't it, Hannah.
Bince you and I sot here together?"
[ "Yes, a good many."
"I wonder if I shall be settin' here this time
another year?'*
"Maybe I shan't be at home. Perhaps I shall
go out to spend the evening mvself." said Miss
Hannah, briskly.
This was a blow indeed, and Jonas felt it.
j "\\ here?" he gasped.
4,Oh. I don't know," she returned, beginning
to quarter her apple. "I might be out to tea?
over to your house, for instance."
"But there wouldn't be anybody over there
to get supper for you."
"Maybe I could get it myself."
"So you could! so you could!" cried Jonas,
his eyes beginning to sparkle. -But there
wouldn t be anybody to cook the pies and cakes
beforehand."
"Maybe I could cook "em."
At that moment Jonas' plate fell between his
knees to the hearth and broke in two, but
neither of them noticed it.
"Hannah." cried he with the pent up
emphasis of seven long years, "could you bring
yourself to think of gettin' married'/""
A slow smile curved her lips; surely she had
been given abundant time for consideration.
"Maybe I could." she returned, demurely,
and Jonas has admired himself to this day for
leading up to the subject so cleverly.
An Unpopular Author.
From the Chicago Herald.
"Is your latest novel any more successful,
Penwipe, than your others?"
"No; it lias failed like the rest of 'em. I can't
seem to catch on at all with the reading public."
'4Maybe that r because your books, like a good
many others nowadays, are not fit to read."
"No; it's because thev are."
???_
Clubs for Boys.
From the New Haven News.
The members of the Freshman classes of the
academic and scientific departments of Yale
have on their own accord arranged to establish
a boys' club somewhere in the sixth or seventh
wards. A committee was appointed several
weeks ago, and in a few days collected between
i^oOO and c000. The club will be similar to
those which have been established in Fair
Haven and other places in the state, but will be
entirely under the control of the students.
They went to Mr. Collins for advice, and the
club will receive his attention, although with
out any official connection. The ar
rangements have not been fully com
pleted yet. and it is not determined whether
the club will be opened this spring or next fall.
The committees wiil meet in a few days and
will determine then upon the time for opening.
It it comes this spring, it will probably be in a
low weeks. The club will not in any direct
way be a religious institution, but is intended
merely to tirsiwythe children awav from the
street. There f re now nine boys' clubs in the
state, the nint having been ' established at
Stamford yesterday evening. The total mem
bership is about 3.800. The towns in which
successful clubs are now running are Bridge
port, Meriden. New Haven, Norwich. New Lon
don, Fair Haven, Willimantic and Waterburv.
An Embezzi.er Murders His Family.?W.
H. Harvey, bookkeeper for J. \V. I.von. of
Guelphe, Ont.. was arrested Tuesday charged
with embezzling *4.000 from his employer, and
was shortly afterward bailed out. He purchased
a revolver soon afterward. The chief of police
had occasion to visit Harvey's residence during
the afternoon and found the house closed.
Forcing an entrance, he found Harvev's wife
anil two daughters dead, with bullet holes in
their heads. Harvey had disappeared. He
was superintendent of a Sunday school.
An ordinance has been introduced in the city
council of Baltimore, to revolutionize the
school board by the formation of a new board
to consist of six men and three women.
Internal Revenue Collector Troup, on Mon
day, seized 11,000 pounds of oleomargarine at
the factory of N. J. Nathan A Co.. New Haven,
by order ol the Washington authorities. The
grounds for the seizure are not stated.
The Methodists of Bristol, Tenu., propose
erecting a memorial church to the memory of
the late Bishop McTveire. It is to cost at least
10.000, and is to be called the McTyeire Me
morial church.
Jim Turner and Mack Francis, the two negroes
to be hanged at Lebanon. Tenn.. to-dav. have
confessed their crime. They killed Lem Martin
at Bound Top August 31, 1888.
The commissioners to represent the United
.States at the Samoan conference at Berlin have
engaged passage on the Cunard steamship L'm
bria to sail from New York April 13
Unprecedented Attraction
OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
Incorporated liy Hie Lesrislsture In 1808 for Edu
cational and Charitable purposes, and its franchise
made a part of the present State Constitution iu 1870,
t)> an overwheliuiUK jHipultir vote.
It. MAMMOTH DRAWINGS take pl.ee Semi-An
! !T v'i-v'i'r, ,"") I'eceiuberi, and its GRAND SIN
.V.rL^1 DRAWINGS take place in each of ihe
other ten months of the year, and are all drawn iu
public, at the Academy of Music, New Orleans, La.
FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS,
FOR INTEGRITY OF ITS DRAWINGS, AND
PROMPT PAYMENT OF PRIZES,
Attested as follows:
"H> rln hereby ccrlijy ihut ire Huvmtr the arrange
the month'u and Semi-A ,muat Oraicinaior
* !**'Louitnana istute Lottt-fy Lt/mpitny, ami in ftcrnoH
jMaiKi^c tttui confjot the IT' i 1M Tc;? theuiaelcen, and that
thetunic are conducted n-ith honetty. tairncKs. anil in
U'Kiijmth tmrurd ul j-artiet. ami tec authorize the <b)n
1 linn t., in* thiMcrhjicate. tcithunite* uf Uur tia
naturea attacheil, in it? advert meincntn."
Commissioner*.
We, the tmiir-rtiflurd rtank-1 and Ranker*, irllt j>au alt
J'rizex (Ira ten in The iMinriana state Lotl'/iea uhich
may be prctented at our counter*.
?rP* Louisiana National Bank.
i n o mW.Mi ? State National Bunk, e
vA J2* 5.'es' ,V>v Orleans National Bank.
CARL KUHN, lies Union National Bank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
AT THE ACADEMY OF MU8IC, NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY. APRIL 10. 188a
CAPITAL PRIZE, 8300,000.
100,00?Tickets at Twenty Dollar* each: Halves
? 10; guartei'*, #.?; Tenths, <2; Twentieths, <1.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 PRIZE OF ?300,000 is (300 000
1 PRIZE OF 100,000 la .J.....'. ltKMHJO
1 1'Kl/L OF .'>0,000 is 5(1 tx)0
i prize of y:.,ubOi? "K'ooo
~ PRIZES OF 10,000 are yO.OOO
1'lUZi.s OF .">,000 are 000
FRI/ES OF 1,000 are 5o!uou
100 PHIZES OF oOO are oO.OOO
?00 FRIZES OF 300 are "I..... OO OOO
600 PRIZES OF "00 are 100,000
APPROXIMATION FRIZES.
100 Prizesof 4-jOOsre 50 000
100 iirizesof 3o0are ;ju'ooo
lOO Prizes of :.'UOare :>0,'000
TERMINAL PRIZES.
909 Prizes of $ 100 are ?po j,oo
Prizes of 100 are 'oyiwoO
3,134 Prizes, amounting to $1.05-4.800
N?r??Tickets drawin* Capital Prizes are not en
titled to terminal Prizes.
tr Fob CLfi) Rates, or any further Information
desired, write leuibly to the undersigned, clearly
Statin* your residence, with state. County, Street and
Number. More rapid return luail delivery will be*s
address? 1 our euc1ualuf an Envelope ueanns jour tuU
IMPORTANT.
Address m. a. DAUPHIN,
New Orio&ns, La.
? Penary letter, containing Money Order issued
all Exi^ress Companies, New\crk Exchange, Draft
,<u~ "asrssiss; sMtPEE.-- -
New Orleans, Li.
"REMEMBER that the payment of prizes Is
GUARANTEED BY FOUR NATIONAL BANlL^ofNew
Orleans, and the tickets are signed liy the President of
an Institution whoae chartered rights are recognised
in the highest Courts; therefore, beware of all imita
tions or aounymoua schemes.'*
ONE DOLLAR is the pries of the *?ullsat nrt
or fraction uf s Ticket ISSUED BY US in any Draw
ing. Anything in our name offered for lass ??*-- a
Dollar is a swindle. jnkl3-w*s6?
AUCTION SALES.
THIS AFTERNOON.
TRUSTEES' HALF. OF VALUABLE rMMFEOVF.D
PROPERTY IN THK SUBDIVISION KNOWN
AS LANIER HEIGHTS. , ? _
By virtue of a deed ot t nut, dated March 1 vtn. A p.
1887. and duly recordid in Liber So. I'i36, folio ?.3
et ?e<j.. one of the Laud Records of the District at
Columbia, and at the request of the bolder of tue
notes secured thereby, we will sell at public aut't-oDj
In front of the rp-miHes, ou wEDNfcSl>AY,M ARlH
TWENTY-SEVENTH, A. I>. lSW\at FIVE O'CLOCK
P.M.. the following described Real Estate. situated in
Washington county. District of Columhla^to-wit: Lot
numbered eighty (SO>of Eliiabeth Lanier Dunu * sub
division ?f part* of Jackson Hill and M->unt Pleasant,
now known as Lanier Heurhts, a* aaine la recorded In
the office ?if the surveyor of the Diatrict of Columbia
i in Liber Uoveruor Shepherd. iolio 174. aaid lot con
| tainimr 30.M.'S square leet of ground. more or less.
Terma of sale: One-third of the purrliaee money and
i expenses of sale to be paid in cash and the balance in
I equal |?ymeut? in one and two years from date of aale.
' with interest at the rate at six (6) per centum per an
num, payable seml-anuuall}, deferred paymecta to be
j secured by deed of trust on tue property sold. A de
I posit of fJOO will be required at time of aale. Terms
I to be complied with within ten dars. or the pro|>erty
will be refold at the nak and coat of the defauluujf
I purchaser. All conveyancing at purchaser's coat.
ROBERT c. FOX.
GEO. W. BROWN.) TTUsteea.
mhlO-dta Dl'NCANSON BROS.. Aucts.
THIS ETKNIMJ.
^OW ON FREE EXHIBITION.
THE "CLLMAN" COLLECTION
OF FINE MODERN OIL PAINTINGS,
125 Artiatic Examples of Celebrated Artists of
LONDON, PARIS, MUNICH, AND DRESDEN.
Anions the Artists represented are;
1. L. Jerome, Diaz. Carot, Bnd^nian <T. A.), Jacque,
Fichell. Besumesne. Bmck Lajos, Dels Roche,
Fromentin. lalero, Oaisaer, Hetmer, Haquettc,
Leo Herrmann. Jacondn, Korlowski, Munier,
Schleainirer, Valton. S<;belt!!. Vernon,
and others of equal imi>ortanc?.
THE AUCTION SALE
will take place
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY. AND FRIDAY
EVENINGS,
MARCH TWENTY-SEVEN 1 H. TWENTY-EIGHTH,
AND 1 WENTY-NINTH,
EIGHT tvCLOCK.
AT THE
ART SALES' ROOMS
or
WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO., AUCTIONEERS.
Corner of 1 l/th and D streets.
Where they are now on exhibition.
mh*ir?-4t
rpHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
VERY HANDSOME PI.USH PARLOR SUITE, BEVE*
PIECES: (1IL PAINTINGS. LACE WINIXiW
HANGINGS. VELVET BRUSSELS CHAMBER,
HALL AND STAIR CARPETS IN ?*NE ORDER;
HANDSOME WALNUT M. TOP CHAMBER
SUITES. WITH FRENCH PLATE MIllKoK;
OAK. CHERRY AND ASH CHAMBER Si 111.S
COMPLETE; FOWLER SPR1N iSjHAIR TOP
MATTRESSES. FEATHER PILLOWS. INGRAIN
CARPETS, DECORATED TOILET SETS. \ERY
HANDSOME WAL EXTENSION TABLE. WAL
NUT DINING CHAIRS, WALNUT RE1lllGERA
Tlill, CHINA AND GLASS WARE. SILVER
PLATED WARE. 1 WO SELE-FF.EDING STOVES,
GASOLINE STOVE. Tl BS AND WASHBOARD,
KITCHEN REQUISITES. ?sc.
. On MO-NDAY MORNING. U*UIL FIRST, 1SH9,
comment inK at TEN O'CLOCK, at residence, 4Si
street, opposite Metropolitan Church, near Pennsyl
! van la avenue, I shall sell a tirst-clans collection of
Household Effects. Parties furniahing should be on
hand. _
THOMAS DOWLING.
nih',?7-4t Auctioneer.
mitUSTEE'S HALE OF A KAKMol^.'ioo ACHES
X OF J.AND, MOKE OH LK>K, IN STAFFOhD
COUNTV, VIRGINIA, ABOUT TWO MILES
FltOM STAFFOKD COUKT HOUSE. AND AD
JOINING laANDS OF W. P. PATTEliSOK, W. B.
KNIGHT. H. B. SIMPSON AND W. 8. ToWSON.
Under and by virtue ot a deed of trust bearing1 date
the \JYth day of May. 1SS0, and duly recorded in Liber
1, folio 67. et eeq., one oi the J^and Becords for Staf
ford county, Virginia, the underpinned trustee will
oiler for sale at public auction on the premises, on
THUHSDAV, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF A1 illL,
18MI, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK A. M., the farm or tract
of laud which was on the ~ikl day of April, 1870, con
I veyed by suttle and others, commissioners, tojt?ne
! Asbury Lloyd, by deed recorded in Liber 26, folio 7~tf,
of said Land Record*, containing acre* of land, j
I more or less and improved by a small farm house and
i out buildings. The farm is well watered and adapted
i to irardenim? and farmiu# purposes and ha* on it a
; larre stone uuarry, the same being within one mile of
Aquia creek.
j erms oi sale: one-third of the purchase money in
cash within live day* from the day of sale, of which
$\!00 is to be paid as a deposit at tne time of sale, the
balance in two equal payment* in six and twelve
i months from day of sale, or all cash, at the option of
I the purchaser. For further particulars call upou oi
address the undersigned trustee,
i BROOKE B. WILLIAMS,
Trustee,
Room 10 Kellogg- building. Washington. D. C.
inbl?7.30^p2,4,(i,8,10
JiHOMAS DOWLING, Auditor.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF viT-fABLE IMPROVED
AND UNIMPROVED > nOPERTY ON THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER ?>F MARYLAND AVE
NUE AND TWELFTH STREET SOUTHWEST.
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated April 3, lSSIi. and
recorded in liber No. ll'J4, folio 39b et seq.. of the
land records of the District of Columbia, and at the
request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned,
a surviving trustee, will sell at public auction in lront
of the premises on SATl'RDAY, APRIL THIR
TEENTH, A. D. 1NH9. at MVE O'CLOCK P.M.. the
following real estate in the District of Columbia, to
wit: Lot fifteen (15) and part of lot fourteen (14; in
square two hundred and ninety-nine the said
part of lot fourteen (14) being described Is follow*:
Beginning at a point on Maryland avenue distant 4N
feet I inch northeastwardly from the northwest comer
of said lot and running thence along said avenue north
eastwardly 4S leet linehtothe northeast corner of
said square, thence south alon^f ll?th street 9ti leet 1
inch to the southeast corner oi said lot, thence west
34 leet, and thence to the place of beginning, said part
oi lot 14 ts-ing improved by a large two-story and attic
brick store and dwelling house.
Terms of sal?: One-third cash, and the balance in
one (1) and two ('J) years, for which the notes of the
purchaser must be given, bearing interest from day of
sale and secured by deed of trust ou the property sold,
or all cash, at the purchaser's option. A tlei?osit of
*100 on each parcel must be given at the time of sale.
If the terms are not complied with in t?n days, the
poroperty will be resold at the risk and cost of the de
faulting purchaser*. Conveyancing and recording at
the purchaser's cost. GEORGE E. HAMILTON,
inu27-d&ds Surviving Trustee, sun Building;
j^jUNCANSON BROS , Auctioneers.
SPLENDID PROPERTY FOR BUSINESS OR BUILD
ING PURPOSES, CORNER OF M AND FIRST
STREET* NORTHEAST, NOW OCCUPIED AS
COAL DEPOT, ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
NINE FEET BY ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY
FEET. NEAR NEW STATION OF B. AND O
I RAILROAD.
I On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL SECOND.
1H8!*, at FIVE O'CLOCK, we will sell in front of the
premises
LOTS 49. 50, AND 51, SQUARE 711.
These lots front ?.5S) feet on 1st street east and 1*20
feet ou M street north (and now occupied by coal and
wood yard >, together with oltice, scale*, shedding, fenc
ing, and railroad siding This property can be utilized
tor warehouse purposes or business of a wholesale
character, having railroad facilities for shipping and
receiving, now in thorough condition to continue the
present business, or the two frontages make tbe prop
erty susceptible of bring subdivided for building pur
poses. No better location, beiug easy of access by rail
and streets, could be obtained as the railroad siding is
already in and purchasers will not be troubled to ob
tain permits for tli-t purpose. Within one square of
the electric railway.
Terms. One-third cash, balance in equal installments ;
at one and two years, notes to be given t>earinK- tj per t
cent interest lrom date of sale, payable semiannually. |
and to be secured by deed of trust on premises, or ail j
canii at purchaser's option. A deposit of $.~>00 will be
required at time of sale. Convexauciug fee , at pur
chaser's cost. Terms to be complied with in ten days,
otherwise the right reserved to resell r.t the risk and
cost of defaulting Purchaser alter five days' public
notice of such resale in some newspaper published in
\\ aahiutrton, D. C? DUN CAN WON buns,,
tnh^7-d Auctioneers.
R
OBEUT VOSE & CD.. Auctioneers.
PEREMPTORY AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE
BULLING LOIS <>N 1EV1H STREET NUltlH
EAST.
On FRIDAY. MARCH TWENTY NINTH, 1S8?. at
FIVE P. M.. we will aell, without reserve, lots 4:1
44, square froiititi(f 40 feet on west aide ol 10Tu
St., between E and G, uad runniuir back 1011 feet
to wide alley. Fine chance lor builders.
Terms at lime oj skle. nih'JiV-4t
CiHANVEltY SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
/ PROPERTY AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER
OF TWENTY-FIRST AND K STREETS NOliTH
WEsT.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia. t>assed on the lsth duy of
March. A.D. 1SK!?, in u <?? rtoin cause therein dei'end
iutf, beiistf No. 1 l.">0iEquity, the uudersiKned,as tnis
teea, will otier lor sale at public auclion. to the uiirhest
bnUler, ou MONDAl, the K1 Li 111 11 DAY OF Al'KlL,
1SS9, at FIVE O'CLOCK in the afternoon, all
that piece of irround, l>iu^r in the city of
Washington, l>eintr part of Lot Ao. 1, in tkiuure No.
7a, an>l described as lollowa . Bcitinnini? for the same
at the southeast corner ol Lot No. 1, and running
thence north on "1st street, weat seventy-tive leet;
thence riiimlntr west twelily-flve feet on the south
side of Lot U4, in said square seventy-three thence
running south sevev.t) -livi- leet to the front line of
suid lot one ou K street north; thence east ou the front
line of mild lot one twenty-live teet to the place of
bariwIlKf.
Terras of sale ns prescribed by the decree: One-third
cash: tue balance in two equal inatnluieuts at mix aud
twelve months, with interest at the rate of 0 per ceut.
or all cash, at tne option of the purchaser. For the de
lerrcd payments the notes of the purchaser secured
ou ihc piopertv will be taken. A deposit of $1200 will
be required at the time tbe proi*rty is aold. If the
terms of sale an- not complied with ui 10 daya the
trustees reserve tbe ru'ht to resell the property after
."> dujra' advertising in Ihk Evaxrace Stab at the cost
and risk of the dctuultimr purchaser. All courey
tnciuif at the coat of the purchaser,
J. CARTER MARBUBT,
:?M0 4H st. n. w.,
EDWIN CAMPBELL.
4XT) 1st It. n.w..
Trustee*.
DUNCANSON BROS . Auctioneers. uih'J.j-d
vyALTER B. WILLIAMS t CO., Auctioneera.
TRUSTEE'8 SALE
or
. ANALOSTAN ISLAND.
By virtue of a deed oi trust lrotn the heirs of Will
lam A. Uradhy, deceased, recorded ainonjr the land
records ot the District of Columbia, I will offer
ANALOSTAN ISLAND
for sole at auction, ou tbe premise*, on THURSDAY,
THE ELEVENTH DAY OF APRIL. 18SV>, AT
THREE O'CLOCK P. M. Ai:aloata;i Island is iu the
DiMr.ct of Columbia. It Contain* upw ard of ST acres
ot sTouud. It is beuutifuliy situated in the Potomac
river, opposite the cities ot \\ uslilu?(to!i audGeoiye
town, iroDi which it is separated by a narrow and deep
channel. A short distance above toe island is the out
let lock of the Chesapeake and Ohio canal, oueuinir
into tbe river. Tbe island is connected with the Mr
trims shore by a solid masonry causeway, and tiience
by the new tree iron bridge with Washington and
Georgetown. TEBJ|S or 8Au;
One-fourth of the purchase-money in cash, ot which
01,000 shall be paidst the tuns of aale. and the re
mainder ;Wdays tberestter. The res'.i'uc of the pur
chase-money to be paid in three equal installments, iiu
respectively, one, two and three years after day of
sale, witli interest frvui day of sale at .*> per cent
per annum, payable srmi-aiinuaUy. Upon compli
ance with the tertna of sale tbe purchaser will re
ceive i. deed for the property, and at the same time
execute a deed of trust. In the nature of a mort
gxye, to secure the deferred payments. It the terms
ol sale are not complied with iu SO days after day of
sale the property will be resold at the nak aud coat of
tbe defaulting purchaser.
Taxes paid up to day ot aale.
Conveyancing and recording at purchaser's cost.
TITLE GOOD OB NO SALE. _
?8-d*ds
REGINALD FENDALL.^
ARCHITECTS.
STANTON M. HOWAKD. ABCHITECT, HAT
Buildhw, cor. 7th and Ilk. n. w. Architectural
aad Mechanical Drawings ot every dwotpUoe
groa&Ur sxecnted by ezt>art dnujnitsaBsa, Jill tw
AUCTION SALES.
WEEKS * CO , Auctioneers.
837 Imnwina __
Opfnatte lllr Poet OSes.
FURNITURE, ETC., AT AUCTION,
THURSDAY, MARCHTWEN,rY-EIGH 1 H.ATTEN A.
M..A1 OCR SALESROOMS.I ARGLCOLLECTION
OK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. CARPETS.
MATTINGS. ETC.. IN ALL A DESIRABLE
COLLECTION or HOUSEHOLD MCTK'LES.
EFFECTS OF SEVERAL FAMILIES BREAKING
up. it
G. BENSISGER. A art
?9* HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAR,
W40 Louisiana ave.
On THURSDAY MORN1 -G, cuiumrDrin* at TFN
O'CLOCK, w? will Nil within the Iwur 1 Sf? Ti?l>
Uuxr) . 1 Nrw Phaeton, 1 Virt:i?heel \v??r. .n, 'J 8ecou<t
hand Ex|iys* WaKous. also. *J0 HmJ of Hith* iuu
Mares, slso. lor District Ovurunirni, 1 Bar Horse, 1
Blsck Bone. 8 BENSlNuEH.
Sale peremptory. fmh2V-%t] Auctioueer.
J^VNCANSON BROH.. Auctioneer*. _
IMPROVED SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE, BEING
TWO-hTORY FRAME COTTAGE AND LOT ON
Yale street, near thirteenth street
(EX1 ENDED*. COLUMBIA HtluHTS, AT AUC
TluN.
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MABCH TWENTY
EIGHTH. 188<i. at FIVE O'CLOCK. ?e will aril, in
front of tne pre mines,
ALL OF 1>UT FIVE. BUH'K TWENTY-FIVE
of John Sherman trustee's subdivision. known aa Co
lumbia Heights, froiitiiur .">0 teet oil \ ale Mnvi, witha
depth of 15U, and improved by a two-story frame cot
taire, supplied with plmct water.
Till a 1* a rat* ommrtuiuty to ?ecur* improved prop
arty in tin* delnrhtlul suburban aiitaiix lsion.
Terms made known at sale A deposit of f?OQ re
quired wlien property i knocked dow n.
DUNCANSON BROS.,
mh-5-dkd* Auctioneers.
^JEO. w" STICK NEY, Auctioneer. KM K.
1RISTF.ES' SALF. OF VERY VALUABLE IM
PROVED PROPER IY, BUNG HOUSES S.TM
BERED ls:t7 Ul'H SH'.EEl AND 18:j<J VLH
MON 1 AVENUE N.VT.
By virtue of a deed of trust. recorded In liber No.
11 44, folio 48ti. et seu , oue of tbe land record* for tbe
Dlstri t of Columbia, and at tbe fluent of parti se
curest thereby, we will offer for ssle in front of tbe
pr, miaes on 1 HUKSDAY, the TWENTY-EIGHTH
day of MARCH, I >>85'. at FIVE O'CLOCK P.M tbe
followinK described propel ty, in tbe city ol W sshinir
t??n. District of Columbia. kn?'W-u slid desenbed aa all
of lot numbered lour. 4 > in O. O. Howard'* recorded
subdivision of lota niiinliertsl from one ,I> in live |
: ill L. F. Clark's iecorde.1 aula W v iskii ol square north ,
of square numbered three hundred and ibirty-four |
(334).
| Terms of aale: One-third <t?> cash. and the lalance
in oue il) and two ('-') year* afterdate of aale. with in
terest at tbe rate of mx iCM^r centum per annum,
payable seini-scnuallv . or aii caali. .t tbe optlou of
the purchaser A ilepuait of 1100 will be required on
each piece of property at tiuieofsale. All couvey
aui iurf and recoraitur at purchaser's o*t. Terms of
itale to be complied with ui 1 5 day* or tbe property
will be resold at risk and coat of defaulting purrliaxer.
WILLIAM MAYSE,
JAMES F. HOOD. ? iruateea.
in hi G-eod&da 6SJ F et. n. w. _
JJUNCANSON iiRuS., Auctioneers.
MORTGAGEES' SALF. OF SCHOONER HF.NRT B.
GlIJSON". HER TACKLE, APPAREL AND FI R
N1TLRL
By virtue of a mortgage, dated June 510,1S87, and
recorded same day In th--custom house at Baltimore.
Md.. in Liber No. til, folio < 4. Ac , tbe uiidersiiruesl. aa
the mortirnKeea therein named, will offer lor kale, at
public auction, to the lujrhest bidder, ou SATURDAY.
APRIL SIXTH, IssH, at NOON, at Wheatley's whart,
near tbe foot of :UltU street, Geoivetown. District of
Columbia, tbe whole of the schooner veaael called tbe
-HENRY II GIBSON."
of Baltimore, MI, of the burden of eiirhty-nine 77-100
(811 77-1 <)(JI toua. or tberealiouta, together with her
Masta, Yardx, Sail", Rik.-t.-iutr. Auctions Cables, Boats.
Tackel, Apparel and Appurteuauceii.
Terms caab.
PETEB C. STRCVEN.i
mh','?-dt* JOS. L. WHITE, i
Hum as DO WLl NO. Auctioneer.
CHANCERY SAI.E OF VALCABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY ON Fol'BTH STREET. BETWEEN
11 AND I STREETS NORTHWEST.
By rirtue of a decree passed by the Supreme Court
of the Diiitnct of Columbia, in equity cause No. 11017,
wherein Jereimab smith is complainant and Saiab A.
Smith et al. are defendant*. I will ofier for sale at
Lublic auction, in front of tbe premise*, ou W EDN ES
'Al.APRIL i UIRD, A. D. 188M. at FIVE O'CLOCK
P. M . tbe tollowiuK described real estate in tbe city of
! Washington. District of Columbia, to wit: The uorth
sixteen (ltJ) feet Iront, by the depth thereof of lot '
numbered twenty l!0) m square south of suiiare num
bered five hundred and sixteen (5101 with the priv
ilege of tbe alley, together with the improvements
thereon.
Terms of sale as prescribed by the decree: One-third
of tbe purchase-money to be psid in caah, and the bal
ance 111 etjual instalments, payable in aix and twelve
mouths from the day of aale,or tbe purcliaseror pur
chasers may, at hia or their option, pay tbe entire
amount ol purchase-money in caafi. A ue|>oBlt ot s 100
to be made at the time ot sale, and all conveyancing
at the cost of the purchaser. If the terms are not
complied with in teu days after day of sale the trustee
reserves the riKht to resell said real estate at the risk
and cost of defaulting jinn baser. The title to said
real estate to be retained by said trustee until the en
tire amount of purchase-mo: :ey has l>eeu paid.
JAMES H SMITH. Trustee,
lnh"2-d&ds Room '.'"J, I.e Droit Buildinir.
JJl NCANSON BROS., Au. tioueerii.
GOVERNMENT SALE OF STEAM BOILERS AT C.
S. CAPITOL AT Al'CTlON
| By direction of the Honorable Architect of the Capi
tol, we will sell at public auction, iu the Botler-Kooui
of the House Win/ of the l~ S Capitol on .MONDAY,
APRIL FIRST. 1S89. at TEN O'CLOCK AM,
FIVE STEAM BOILERS,
CAPACITY OF EACH 00 HORSE POWER
These boiiers are uow iu use in tbe House W inir of
the Capitol and cau be seen any time prior to tbe day
Terms cash. DUNCANSON BROS.,
mh2"-'-d Auctioneers,
L
FINANCIAL.
EWIS JOHNSON A CO.,
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
BANKERS,
Pennsylvania ave. and 10th at.
Exchange, Letters of Credit, Cable Tranafert on Prin
cipal Cities in Euroi?e
Government and Investment Bonds, Telegraphic
Communications with New York, Philadelphia. Balti
more and Boston.
LOANS MADE AND NEGOTIATED; GENERAL
BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
mh212-2m
loHN S, BlaNKMAN.
BANKER AND BROKER,
1405 F ST. N. W.
FUNDS INVESTED IN SAFE SECURITIES,
j 5. 6, 7, AND 8 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON
TIME DEPOSITS OF .'!, 6, 9, AND
IS MONTHS.
mhl4-ltn ?
Established isi4. capital. ?3oo.ooo.
SURPLUS 1 UN'ly 4'^:i5,000.
NATIONAL METROPOLITAN BANK OF WASH
INGTON, 013 15th St., opposit'.! U. S. Treasury.
J. W. THOMPSON, GEORGE H. B. WHITE
President. Cashier.
Receives De;Hj*it?. Discount* Paper, Sell* Pills of
ExchaUKe, Makes Collections aud does a General Bank?
inir Business. fU-3tu
/?~ANb 7 PER CENT MORTGAGES-AND DE
Bt.NTURES -PRINCIPAL AND IN 1 EREST
GUARANTEED by Solicitors' Trust Co., l'hila.. and
Comuiouwealth Trust Co., Boston. Also, choice Muni
cil>al and Corporate Bonds for lartre or small invest
ments. For sale by H. A. OKTH & CO.,
Kellotnt Buildinir.
Money to Loan without commission. mhll.sk?,lm'
1>HE COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK.
OF WASHING TON, D. C..
1>11 F st. n. w..
Receives deposits. Loan* Money. Issues Drafts, Trans
acts a General Banking business. Location central
I and conxenient. F-stre, t car* und herdics run in front
ol our door: Uth-street cats run a tew rods east of our
buildli.'ir: 7tli-street and lltb-street cars only two
blocks away. H-street and Ivuns) lvaiua avc. can only
thtee blocks away.
B. H. WARNER, President.
A. T. BRI'lTON, Vice-President
E. 8. PARKER, Cashier.
Directrr*: Clias. B. Bailey. Wm. E. Barker. Alex. f.
Brit ton. Cbas. C. Duiu-snson. Johu Joy Edson. Albert
F. Fox. John E. Hernil. BcnJ. F. LeiKhton, IluKh Mc
, Culloch, Crosby 8. Noyes, M. M. Parker. O. G. staples
! Geo. Truesdeil, Henry K. Millard, B. H. Warner.
' ja:il-3m
J NO. W. CORSON. JNO W. MACARTNEY,
Member N. Y. Stock Ex.
CORSON A MACARTNEY.
GLOVER BUILDING, 1419 F ST. K. W,
Bankers aad Dealers in Government Bonds,
Deposits. Exchange. Loans. Collections.
Railroad Stocks itud Bonds, aud all securities listed
on tbe Exrhanires ol New York, Philadelphia, lkmtoa
and Baltimore bouirht aud sold.
A specialty made of investment securities. District
Bonds and all Local Railroad. Gas, Insurance and Tat*
ephone Stock dealt in.
i Bell Telephone Stock boorht and soldjyia
PROFESSIONAL
CON DORY.
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
Baltimore. Md., 84',' W. Lexington St.,
Graduated In Germany, Austria and America, formerly
assistant physician of Prof. Dr. lUcord. Paris. From
twenty years' experience in German and Austrian hos
pitals and special practice, guarantees a |-ennauent
cure iu all private di*esses, tx-th sexes. Skin, Blood.
Poisons, Strictures, and all disease* of the urinary
orKul.s. y.arnut or sniKle men troubled with ormuic
or uervnus weakness, disorder^!: the Bowels, kc? posi
tively 1 u-eO in 5 to 1,"> days, and the poison eotirely
eradicated from the system without the use of mercury
or caustics.
To accommodate my many pstn us of this city I will
be iu Wiuhinirton every 1 huraday from U a. u, until 7
p. m.. 338 Pennsylvania ave. n. w. mli-7-21"
Test circles at 713 4th st. n. e. every
TUESDAY niKht at 7:30 sharp. Some of the most
wonderful tests ever inveu: alao private sittings from
Ham, to tt p.m. mha-'JO^*
P^HROr. CLAY, WONDERFULLY GIFTED CLA1R
voyant, Astrolotrer aud Spiritual Medium, born
with second aitfht (id Tell. Ever)- hidden mystery re
vealed. Recovers lost or stolen property liuds hid
den treasures. Gives lucky numbers. Causes speedjr
marriairea. Brings separated together. Gives sttocess
in business. Removes all family troubles and evil in
fluences. Cures sickness If disappointed by efforts
ol others, judye not all alike, as the Professor can con
vince the most skeptical. Stranvera from other citiei
will aave time and disappointment by calling on tti?
enly trcnuine clairvojaut in this city, aa he sacueedi
wherr all others tall, and advertises only what be cau
Co. Sittings, 60c. Ule-readlur by mall on receipt of
(1. Name, iock of hair, date ocutrUi. Hours !) to
Open Sundays from 1 to b pju.
mhltt-toapl* 421 9th at aw.
sta. a.w. ~ se^4-'^8y*
J T. WALKER SOin. 204 lOTH STRUT R. V
a Cte lasds Fresh f^Gsnd Dgwct^snd MK?.
LADIES' GOODS.
At
LADY^FOBMERl.Y CARRYING OX MilssWAlC
Jf hi St* Ti-rk. wofeM flkr tltr j?tr '* ? v ??' -
inrt< r l?<liea. m..l.r?i. Kirti and perfect nt ntttaf
and k??: in# s specialty 7 O st. fc.a HiklK-'.V
TcwU OKASl) MH1MI (VP si MM l.K UlL
lOca UNU\ OPENING.
In JULIA baer. 0( MUBom ?a? *. ??> *
Od FRIDAY and SATVRIAY neit. Varrh ? s<>4
30, the well known milliner. Mr* J1EIA llM k. ?ill
liiiv i Omid 8|>riur to uisptay the van. <m
style, of Importation* of
FRENCH BONNETS AND KOI XD HATR.
as well a* the Latest Noveliie* the mooo ha> ii?
duced. Mr, Baer b?s extended a nuwt cordial in Mix
tion to the ladie, o( WssHiuirtoii to attend. anil wi I.t4
be wry btprr to nw*t tbem. mh'.liit'
CtEO. IfHITF. LAD1I s' TA1I <>lt
w habit makes.
New Sty!**. Tnmmlnr* an.I ?..? ? ? >,
London and Pan* Lariioe own Material* uiade upi
*atl*tscU<-u iruarant.**!. penes rva*. nail. li \enu#
and nja??factUM?of White * tttove I tiiuHr. . "I,
V nnt Einimr*. ttbe*" lit n *? sre copyright. -u *" u
IM tottt. ^HlTl. lllur*t inuV.'.-tit*
IjvtsTLR E<H?S. .*? . CHICKS. ? VI , lis A ,
.j card*. 40c par DH). Satin h' Velt;.-* 1 , - a.
Mud:*-*. Favor*. Gold latM. 1 scraj r :.,iw.
Text Card*. BirtHlayCfcrd*. Mstenal* tor iu*ki,? Ca
per Flower* braa. ua Iw?.l I. Itl Wl LD. 4 .1 Mk.
_Dib20-lni"
\*ON BRAVDIS. ISttTlENN AM
? lailor-ii.aale Goan*. l.niin* Haluta. Fvorinr :>4
Street Costume*. <'t<'. made at short not ?*? l'ir!??4
fit and aork. one flttm? required Iteas. ? ?hl. |.r.
Formerly with l>ord Ik Taylor. N? * V i k. <:d tAfu
Batr It Co . St. Loma Buttonholesmade. nhls-lm
FoB JhiVENlNtl \Y EAR
MLI-E. M J PltANDI.
132!) F st. n.w,at Mr* liumxie'j.
Ha* Jtiaf recoived a French Imj">rt*tio.i tu FAHOf
OKNAMKMS ?t It I'm HAIR
GILT FINS. Mill <-< 'MUS
In Silver. Gold. at??l Tortoise shell.
_ Alois
KIW DESIGNS IN S1U.1X AND AMBER HNS.
FINE FRENCH UA1R <.<*il's
HAIR DRESSED. 1UNUS SHINGl KB
iiibl liu _ SHAMPOOING.
London and parts styles received ~
rot
SPRING AX1> SI M*n: ?
? f F CI A E T I 1 s
Ladiea' Riding Habit*. Tra\elm*- tkalkiM
Uowns. I lster*, J? ti't\ iniv.i c i inta,*.
All ladies' work i* u:id?r tlie ' n ol Mr. Jua
Pflepiuir. late aith CreftL ot E* :?i u ..ua i ai>
Satisfaction miarauteod.
o W EN,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
mh4-3m Cor. New ^.r? ave. and loth iL
JVeeinerts Dkess Shields.
ABSOLUTELY THE
BEST AND MOST HIM ABU..
Klelrert * FEATHER-WEIGHT i*??h?t?le.?
KEEINERT'8 SEAMLESS XTW'KINf I T
KLE1NI.RTS S! A MI.Ess It 1:1 El HI I I; ANt
VARIttl s OTHI 1. DRlss NhllT.Ds.
EVEItV 1'AIR W AKRANTI.D
NONE GF.NMNE HIIHolT Ol E THAKE MAKK
and wui:t' (RLKlNhttl) on rv<*ry
mhl -:tm hi H %KL ? \ I Mil v
LAlilfcb'^tAI- ^KIX li\hMLNTs liLDVKD.
ten dan J.iutMl. I- ui>? h^|n:r<Mt.
lheMIfcv>^> II NMM.UAS!,: *.! ^ ?t.u.w.and
lU10K(list.li.?. U-t. N iiidc i-4
1"" MUNCH DVJ INO.HMl UIM. AM l>K\ ? i.F\V
1 1>U KSTAIil.lMiMl N'l. ] <?.-, N * *,.lk
1 i-iil.es -and Cients'v??ik i ?l e\t*r> t.tn
Don. Plunh, Velvet and L\tw.u*c A\i*N
AM) < AKoLINL Ll.hi''11. luruii-riy wiUi A. l .~ L#c
hiivi Mamiii \rn-xv. \
ANinN HSi'HilfS l>KV CLFAMNG IsTMS
LlhHMKN l AM) \>\\. J.KsxU\?Mh h\. n *
LaauV and Ottiti1 (tiniieiitc t.t all LintiKchai;?nlan 1
Dyed witiiuut bein>r r:i>|>ed. Laduf' > \t*u\ntc l>: *
a sperialty. l)drty-tiv(> yctrv < ij m ntc. l nra#
Uiixinite Goods t ailed for and deliver* d. ? 14
LL WUULOAgMKNiS, \:a!>L I* Uli KU'i'tJ
u>ed a trmd liiuurniiier i>kk
A. FT NTH KB,
si 4 fHAI Ca Mt. n.w.
FAMILY SUPPLIES.
4LIW. DKIKD PEACHES. *J.V 6 LBM. M W
Prime?, iloo. ? *2 can* Jnn< IVaa. x!.V . 4 tanw sn^rar
Corn, 25c ; lioou Country 15 lit it r, 1 JU und -?"?< i*r
lb.; l>avi?' iJiaiuund V\hiakj toM $1 j-r
traiion and up.
uiLlV^lui u'HABE - < ! N I BY, l ? a.?
H. OOUMBA, IIGS4 9TB 81 K \% . IM1 UUlkM
W
and DonifiUc Gmceriea, Fine Wine* and Liqujra,
4c. Tbe following ntt-kmii brand* ol I*ur? K>#
Wbi*kic? constantly in stock: old J. D. Tti<>n:| in.
Baker, t'|>|>er Ten, Hannm Acuie, lakouia. Jat 1 *? a
and Grand Jury. ntbl.'? r>ni
^*^'1 AK OF THI KAiiT,*' FANt'Y PATKNT I'ltt)
^ ceae Flour, &G.7~t i>rr 1>M., ^ I. <.?jtr ^ i?i?l ,-:t. k ,
4*Oid Time'* Fiour, jer l?M.. $ 1 .ou nei
?ack. Ferlectitui Tea, ;?ckiiowle4i?red by all?)]<ii]v< t
to lie Worth double our |>ri?t\ * inch it*.?(?. . i<?<r it?.
lieHt Suk-ui C'ur?-d Hatii*. V2^r. |?er lb., bboultler*,
per lb. H llw. buekwiit ut lor it*.
Hominy for 25o. b lb. j?Mt-ka^re H' lin iy
lor 15c. ,'i ut*. beaLM !t?r .? Ilia, i iiikinli i'riiLea
lor 25c. 2 1?>* l>ned Peaches <(>eel?*d* lt?r *,'?">? . 4 ila*.
Evaporated A|>| leM for 2oc*. Uumii>rd \ea?t Poan*-. .
lar^e boltien, 1U< . It?s Sstan L : r ~~? ? ..? ?
'iom, Dick, and Harr> hoal l^?r 25c. 7 ? akes Aio
maUc boaf for 25i. ti cakes Plymouth h? k Nuni> tor
25c.
J. T. T PYLFS.
.1a29-3m 4 12 4tu nt. a. ?.
Bridal A eil"
8FRING WHEAT PATENT FLOCB
1? the Premier Flour of the World.
The only" Minnesota Putent now made from all old
wheat. For (talc by the following well-known trrocer,!
JOHN H MAGRUDER. 1417 Sew York ?v?.
CHAS. I. KELLOGG, MaacM.- Templo. Utliat.
GEO E. KENNEDY * SON. riOUF.t.
W. E. ABBOTT, 1721 Pennsj Ivaula av*
R. ?A WALKER. 1600 7tb ?t.
E. M. BVRCHARD s BK'J, Penn. ave. and 4^,t
G. W. k H. W. OFFt'TT. Georgetown.
A. O. WRIGHT. 103-.' 14th,t.
P. F BACON. PeutiKj lvaniaave. dS-wka
1.X1B l HOICESI liil OKI ED WINES. LlVll'Klt
Cordiul* i-uvi Italian nerU Produce.
L&chriuia Cbrwtt. Macaroni, spaghetti. N ar
Bxrbera, ineoeili,
Birolo, IHrv ?lllve Oil. I uruieaau.
Bracbetta, l.o<|U'iort (Ik**,
Mar*uln. fcc. Mushroom*.
Call on G. FEbsAGNO A SONS,
mhti-lm* sus sttli at. n. w.
PIANOS AMI ORGANS.
HaLLET S DAMS' I'FRIGHT PIANOS CHOICE
neleelions; tetnvtiuK ofler*. baixaina; to close out
AlU'll 1 {J, uKcncy to br- eloxed f? r :he huuiuj?*1'.
mb2J H. LKlMNtlkHll Wl I n.w.
{Sanders Ai Stayman
HEADING FIAN.IS AND ORGANS.
DECKLK HHOS.. ?LBtK, 11SCHEH uid ESTKI
PIANOS, ami
ESTEY ORGANS.
Pianos for rent at.d *old on a.-r. uanodatiR^ terms.
bANDHHH A. ST A1M \N".
J AH VIS Bl li-Elt. Maiiam-r,
?:!4 F nt. n. ??? W usi.iuKtou. Lt 0.
13 N. Gliarte* st , Baitiiuort', MX
ml 1I i Maui at., lucuuioiid. \ a
The Stieff Upright 1'iana
It ti the most duraMc Piano made.
It is tliorouirbly constructed
It is artmtic lu deaitfii and mi :f-h
lt lias the most brilliant eu.imuc qnalltr of ten, to
be tound in any L'pnicht Piaitu.
'ieruia?Caatior uicutHij iiinallmentii.
PI LIFEER A CONLIFF.
f2S-3m 15?;:i E at. n.w.
K K NN N A BBft EEK
K K NN N AA B B 1
KK XXV A A BBB KK
K K N NN AAA B B K
K K N NN A A BBR KEB
PIANOS.
CNEQCALED IN TONE. TOUCIL WORKMANS5TTF
AND DURABILITY.
Special attention of "Pnrchavr*" la Invited to tl ? ir
"Nt w Artistic htylea," fltltahtd u di wirni of HU.U
EST DECOUAT1V E ART. l*i^no? iot r^ut.
SECOND-HAND PIANOS. - A laire iMtom
coni) rising almoat every well-knowu nuke in t!i?
country, in tboromrb re|*ir, will lie cloned <mt at very
low ligurc*. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS i nemlhotli
lla t;ric?-aaiiU in teruia.vi Hicn * ill he arraua'i-U ?>o t-.A-si
MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS *l.en ilt?n>d.
VM. KNAB1 A CO..
d8 S17 Market ?!?ca.
MEDICAL, &<-.
SADIES Wli'J REVllHE 1 ill H H' iCt - 'FA*
exiH'riei.c?Hl fea?ale phVKieiau alioUla rouault Mr*.
UILSON. 11U."? l"ark Fiaif li.' _ >. t B *iid C_ 11 th
and I 'Jth *t*. n.e. Eadh* only. Ren?4j", $?>. it'.ii-j,*
T HAS NEVER BEEN CONTRADK TED THAT
Dr. BROTHERS i? the ? ldeHt-e?tal<lii-l ?-d a.iverti*
uiff Ladle*' Fhyaician in tl?i* city. L*d\ea, youcan
ccnUdently < ou*ult Dr. BHOTHERH, W'li 1. *t. a.w.
Particular attention i?id to :-Jl djinaae* ?*?? uliai M
;allies, married or aiiitfle. luiii year*1 ei|?neiica
nilil^-liu*
Read and be wise?dr brothers, jkxi b ?-t.
s w ,ai't'varrd before !ue ai.d u.jk! taiii t.nt he ?
the i.ldeet Established Exi*rt S|??* iali>-t in lhi?cit|T,
:.ud will guarantee a curs in all ca?*s ox im*t< dis* u-^js
?f men andtnruiah medicine, or uo ch?iv . ix.iimlta
tionand advice tree at any hour of iday. sub
s<nl>ed and sworn bet ore i:ie by Pr BKc 1HE1.>
SAMl'EL C. MILLS, a Notary Pvbllc tli au tor Ui?
District of Ojluiiitua, this ibud day of July. ISSj.
mlil'.'-lin^
M ANHOOD RESTORED BY USING A HOT i LK
ortuoof Lr. BHoTttUis In'Ik? rs*taw CirdiaL
Will cure any cast- of nervous deLiiity aud loaa at
nerve-power. It lniMrts vi?ur to Uie wbole sy .t -tu
Male or female. SHH> li nt s w. luuit lm
CtHlClIESTER'S ENGLISH INTBOVAL HUt
/ K?*l CrvKs Diamond li-shd. Oria'inal, tieat. onljr
? i. ..<11 i v. ^.1. X . i ..e 1 uI aalr ? a tm
?renuine ai.d reliable Mil lor sale s.?? r i? a?. i w
Chk be*ter slJiaiisbDjut ?i;d BrsuL in r<d titetaiU,
l?.iea, sealed *ith blue nhboti. At DniK*u.ts a.-. ep?
no other. All pills in pasteboard hole*, pink i
i.ra. are a danyerous counterti IE Send t1 ? ?*lair|?l
lor 1 arth'ular* and ?'RELIEF FoR LADIES,'* l,
letter, by retuni mail. 10.000 tostimoutaU frw?
LADIES who bav* u*e?l them Name i .j?
CHICHESTER CHEJflcAI-OO.,
d'-*ti-sA*.V>t Madison Sg.. Phils . Pa._
MME DE FOREHT. LONU ESTABUsnED AND
reliable Ladle* FtijnMcwn. can be consulted rfaite
rt ber residence, WUl T st u.w. O?ioa noor* fro u 1
to 4? p. m. with iaadie* only. IV IS-W-'a"
TWR. MOTTS FRENCH PfWDIJiS AiiE THE
II standard Remedy for all Wood diMuwa. uaoaUuf
throM. naarl, or akin trouble,; tirinao dias??w curad
in lony-elirlit hours lri<-e, ,S |?r boa.
Dr. DOKD'S NERVINE X? S pennaaentlv mrw
natural ml IHM loaaut vitabty.oervousdeiutUty,*au
VIUIM low U? V iMIK ?,? , w* a '?*?" *?? ? ?# s ?? ' ?
lc. Prvoa. #1. hen; w aled b? tuaii lor sale ai
Jy31 MTANDlFOfcD'llco,. HtA and F ?-W.
PRINTERS.
^UEEN^AWAIXACEjb
110S-1110 E st A.W.. south aXW
BRIEFS. TESTIMONY. RECOBDS. FETIT10K?
PROM>T-LY AND ACCUEATELV PRINT ED.
rat WORK A HTKC1ALTX. ?i?

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