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REDUCTION IN NECKWEAR
finis, MIAIUfl tornir.
7ric. NO till N rnr nor.
81.00 MIAItl W for 7rtc
ftl.'JI NUAttIN Tor HI. 00.
inxnmticss smirrs to order.
n HI st liurss millers ill no
11 SHCONI1 MIAMI Y SIIIHIH It (III
n niuiti) oliAMPV siintr.s in "
IOUHTU ((.HAMI V Hilling.. 4. o 00
4Miaum-,n iMAir, I'ltovitir.Toit
tiiojuvmnv smut kactoiiv,
810 F STREET NORTHWEST,
Oppnslto Patent omec.
( lv J "
Sry and .ganrii Mto.
Thoso laillcn win expect to find n display of high,
priced, fancy-colored, nnrt oilrt styles o( Parasols
will l disappointed when attending Ilio go called
Farnsol W oek at
LANSBURGH & BRO.'S,
TO-MORROW Oil ANY DY THIS WEEK.
G. L I.. 11CIT, P. I. D.,
catering, as wn il, for the pnpuitr trade, cur
HTAVI.E, l'hAIX,aiul USIWUI,
Wo flatly tho tt anl of our patrons nndoffcr goods
FIcaso pnrchaso elsewhere, If on Inspection yon
ImnRlno you inn proctiro liettcr valno outside n(
Iainabnrgn A llro
noollcaullfiiHJiiality Satin Coachcrs,10 rib, para-
Con trome, natural wood liauellcs, at in; every
ody sella them nt tl vi
000 Heavy Changeable bitln (good quality) Coach-
cr, nutT Buupe, ill t i; cveryuouy sens uic-ui m
ll.vs; great bargains
2W llandsomo Onalltv .Satin Coachers. 13 rib. bar-
agon framo, new shape, In all colors, at tl S3; rcgu
lar price, 1.1.07. boolhcin.
W All-Silk, l'ongco l'arasols, with new canopy top,
or cither Mat shape, paragon (ramc,at I? 43; nctnaliy
so Vine (Quality lllack Satin Carriage Piirno',
lined, atll.u; rcdiiud from II Co.
110 Extra nitnlllvHnlln Cone.hprs. In nil tlin new
cnlois, mnopy lop, paragon frame, with fancy tops
and handles, til f-'.m; sold e crywheio at f iro
Ofllloniitllul Quality lllack Satin l'arasols, lined
with high-colored nnest chnngoablo silk llnlnir. Par
agon, trimmed with very deep Spanish guipure lace,
at 13 93! have been IT5
BUSINESS SUIT !
Oil' or ludlgo iloth, like cut, with nno Mack
nla7edanrt oua white duik cotcr; sizes, ill.; to 7W.
Price, U Doiililo uiriMof whllo cotton, .1 cents,
nud uf silver nr gilt, ro cents nn 1 tl cadi.
'lite CO VTtt iiuil I STS hao plain liiitlona fas
tened by rings und are removable, und nro maile In
sizes frnm 3 J to II Inch bns,t measure.
I lie TROUSERS nremaele from 5d to ,tr Indies ln
Beitn, an I Irom .'3 to S'l inches w nl.t measure.
rants, IT; suit, S i
HEAVER Co it, $t3, Vest, W;
Vest, 13; rants.JC;
INDIOO HE VVEH-Coat, $10!
PaniB,5; suit, 116.
INDIOO PLAIN FANNUI.-Coat, 5; Vest, $2;
Pants, l; Hull, tin.
Samples sent on applkallnn.
WlilTi: DUCIC Coat, U BO; 'Wst, il; Pants,
12 60; hull, to.
FINE (HI.T Oil NIUM'I. HHTTONSforCoatand
Vest mst 8 1 ints each for largo and 4 cuts rich for
Please remember Hicjo aio Heady-ma lo SiiIIh und
the si) lei cannot bntarlid from tlin descriptions
I1IUE riAKKCI. SIIIRT3, Indigo dye, from II
riANNRtj SUIlirs, various dyes-blue, gray,
white, blue mixed, etc from 12 to 3
CHEVIOT amnrs nlth Collars and Culla at
tached, 1 1 "'
WHITE OVEKM.LS WITH
III BUS, II 60 per
gent to liny Post Oitlce In tho United States,
charges paid, on rccilptof price.
the o rv E - PRICE
410 SEVENTH 8TIIEET, WASHINGTON CITY.
We hat o still on hand (although Ihcy havn been
Bclllugtcry rapidly) about '2'M more of thosn 1 Inc
()ualliyScot h (Unchain Umbrellas, In 23 andao-luch
Iivo with lis sorron and Iov with ltd Joy,
love Is for dellcalo mildcns and boys,
Iivo la for women nn 1 lovo li for men;
When lovo Is over, sv hst rests to ns then 1
Tho Joy of Ihobatlle.
There's ftllmotomuolntcthprosa tlmoln msko
hen lovo Is hopelcs", U betlcr by fir
To put lo o asldo with a sigh and a laugh,
In glnl on tho an onl, and a bumper to quaff
Totliojoyof tho battle.
If. II. l'otloi X tn JV ntpM l.ar.
lleaty guns nrncostly things. In a recent debate
In the II on so of Commoni Mr. llrand said t "One of
lliogunsot her Majesty's ahlp Inflexible Is unser
viceable. In Its present condition, hut II Is repairable
H Is amnr7lo loader. It lias a steel lube,witn outer
colls of wrought Iron. It has an enlarged powder
chamber. It was manufactured atiholtnyalOnn
laclorles. lis cost was in,nn. It was first fired
after being mounted In position on board ship, I be
lieve, In I8i n hss nrcd elghty.slx rounds up to
due. It Is proposed toreplnco this gun by tho re
serve, (on loin to Hhoebnryness for nn experiment
against armor plates) 'llioreservo gun Is of the
same design, 'j hero am K of thesis guns In use
four In tho Inflexible, two In Dover 'lurret nnd be
yond this thero are two resen e guns. '1 o rellno the
damaged gun will not cost tuoro than cmv
Tho manner In which tho war with Franco was
brought to an nil his ntiengthcncl greatly the
warpmy In mini. II Is ltimlu tint they proposo
10 turn upiii net, nnd they ilemati I a delimitation
ol trio Ititsslin binplro mi their side. For years
past tho Itussian lino has inmo flintier douu the
rasttrn mist of Aula, until It Is lint Mrj illslant
from Pekln. Ihls makes tho ('iilnesoinoraheiisl
Ihn Mmti did I n nch aggression In 'lonqulii. Pikiu
I met Hal ganglion In tho lingo polyp alleil ( hint
A b'nw nt It Is Hie only means of nltei ting Ilio willi y
ol the ruling i iste. And to Pi kin Ilio HusMhiih nni
most to nuir for tlilmso uiinfon. It Isilmibllui
wluihcrilin rumors of an liupciidlnr war luiniiu
Itusslaatil Knghul snggesicd this new move uu
I hlnaspart. roncelt und tunning are ho mnrlr
balanced In tho chiracleroflho Lnlneso Hint It Is
hard to say which of tho two Is uppermost at any
one tunc. Turlr cunning would suggest n uso of
Ilio troubles between tlin two Kuropcan powers.
'1 heir conceit would lead them tn tlilnk Ihcmscli en
a match for Itussla without 1-nglands old The
11 ii k, Voi onto.
Col. Mnllcson, In writing on "Herat, tho (Irauary
and Harden of Central Asla,"says! "ItlscaByto
understand why a Itussian Herat that Is a, Herat
possessed by a powerful and atnblllous power al
ways enlarging Its borders must ever be n standing
menace to Hindustan. '1 ho fruitful and fertile val
ley of tho Herl-llud furnishes n newhnsem which nn
army can bo thoroughly equipped and whenco It can
narth southeastward. Inthattalloy all Iho muni
tions of war can bo produced or can boninnuracturcd
i no w mow ami mo popinr iiourisu; nuncrt or icnu
and Iron abound Itussla would renulru lo brine
nothing across long, sterile, nnd sandy deserts. The
iron nun mo lea i are mere, too saltpetre is mere,
iho charcoal Is there, tho corn, tho wine, and Iho oil
are thcie, tho hori.es are there, and Inn very snort
lime sho could drill tho hardy population luto such a
slato of cittclcncy ns would cnublo themtoMo even
with Iho Sikhs of Iho Punlab nnd tho Palilalia ot the
frontier. Hut that is nm nil. Securo In n fertllo
lountr) which provided nil tho supplies requisite
for her army; possessed, by tho occupation ot Herat,
of tho markets of Ccutral Asia a magnlUcent trade
from which England would thus loroer bo ex
cluded Itussla could afford; to wait wluloRho put
In practice in tho ualhe courts nnd tho bazaars of
Hindustan those do Ices In w hlcli she Is aprotlclent,
and which Khe has worked no successfully In llnl-
gana, in Hervia, anu in iroumeiia 'jnencciorwaru
sire; will offer them at rue; they are awfully cheap;
nniu ai a special pmo oi use everywnere. 12?
Silk Sun Umbrellas.
ONLY ONE U1IIVK TIII3 WRRIC, AMD THAT A
4iio Heavy Twilled 811k Sun Umbrellas, with fancy
and black handles, in 21-Inch size, nt tl 03; sold asa
leader cverj where at 12 23. Examine them
Immcnso VHrlfty of CtiUdrcus l'araanla, in
colors and filinppt.
II W!l 111,11 ( Mil.
4 '20, 423, 4S4, null 430 Neventh SI.,
HBI'AIIIED AND PA1NTRD IN A TllOKOUUU
'1UON-CI.AU," "PIIINOKS mrtallic, AND
" CASLO PATKN 1' " HOOF PAIN I S
CAN HEHRLKCTKDASSrANDAHIl AND HKLI-
A11M5 PAINT FllOrKU IOI1S FROM THE
Ul'I'Ktri.S OF '1HK WEATHER.
liKAKY AND DAMP WATilS
Carefully Repaired and Painted to Exclude Damp
ness Only the Rest and Purest Materials used and
careful supervision of all work undertaken.
All orders promptly attended to In City and Coun
try at Moderate Prices
GENERAL PAINTING ESTABLISHMENT,
415 TlvNTll bTHKEf NOltTIIWKHf-NKXU TO
UAH OFFICE. mh30 If
incro would bs no peace for tho people of India.
ig uso in mai louniri would iivom continual
fearof the Intrigue which corrupts name soldiers,
J HfiwiVM Btfiil iiil
CAVI'VAIj I'MZti, $100,0001
"iredo hereby cei llfv that wti auinriuothear'
rangeuxentu for all the Monthly and keml-Anuunl
Druwlnjhof J ha .oiifsiinn Mate Loltei-y Company,
atuttn in r ton inanaaeaitil eonti ol the Vrawlnys
lhemtetves,ana thut the same ate loiulnctea with
honesty. Satinets, nnd fn uood faith toward all
parttet, and we authorize the Company lo use thtt
uerlljlcate, witli facsimiles of our iljnatutes at
tached, tn Its adoei tlseinento.
JM V., ,r
Unprecedented Attraction I
Over Unlf 11 Million jntalrlbuted I
Loiilslium State Lottery Company.
Inconioratedln 1SC3 for it, years bythe Legislature
lor Kilucatlonal nnd Charliublo purposes-wltli a
uapllal of l,uoo,000-lo wlili li a roserve fund of over
560,ouo has aim been added.
Uy an overwhelming popular volu Its franchise
was uimlo n part of the present Male Constitution
Adopted December '.' A. I). Itlt.
liii URANH HINUI.K NIIMIIKR DIUWINOH
VII I. TAKICPLACK alONHII.Y. Ilneter urates
111' ltaitivmes, Um nt Ihe following Dlsiributlou:
IHlHt Jrnuil MiMitlily and Ilio
Extraordinary Scml-Annual Diawing
INTAHAOADI'.MY OF MUSIC, NEW OllfEANH,
Under 1M0 personal supmislon und management of
lien M 1'. HEAUItVdAUD.iif LoulsUua.and
(lin u'dHAli A. EARU.of Mrglnla.
CAI'l'l'A.lj 3ltiaJE, Wir(),OI)(.
Bir-NoiirR. -TIfkelsare Ten Dollars only, Halve.,
mr-wire. nf,,.. Teiitlin.tl.
1IOSE from 9c. upward?.
'J he ltrt ITOSV HEEL, tl.ilJJ.
Th e very best HOSE NOZZLE, 7Kc.
Vaiei, tvlthreservalM attached, the
beat thlntfov Fnrhauiul
WE ARE HCLLIW1 SIORF. HAS STOVES 'I HAN
ANY ONE ELSE, AS WE HAM! 'Ill li DEBT
S10VE AND EWtRYDODY USING IT
TELLS A NEIOHUOH ADOUT II'.
Hay ward k Hutchinson,
434 NINTH ST.
which wins over native allien, which makes every
m 111 doubtful of tho morrow."
1 he Marquis of Salisbury lately raacto a powcrrul
political address at Hackney, In which tho conduct
ot the foreign affairs ot tho Empire by the British
Ministry was the subject of Bcathlng nnalysls.
1 hero wcro many passages of nanism well w orlh
quoting. Aiming oilier things ho wild' '"iho truth
is, wo have sufftred In estimation throughout the
world, and that the position of our country In the
esteem of 1111 11 Is not what It was that fault has
not ionic beiauscwo arc weaker; Itiertalnly las
not cuino because our soldiers have fought less gal
lantly. 'Ihcy have fought like a race of heroes, as
Held Marshal Moltke hlniBCir confessed, but It has
come because for tho laat four years nn Incurable
Intlrrallyof purpose has marked every step of our
policy. Pcoplo ask us, 'Do you dltfer from the
policy of tho government 7' No, I do not dlrrcr
from the policy uf too government more than I diner
from tho dliectlon taken by a drunken man
Uughler. My oujeclluu Is uot to the way tho
drunken man Is going, but that he w ill go this way
and that way in the operation, that he will never look
before his nose, and that ho will tumble Into c ery
ditch and run his bend against et ery lamp-post, and
because I object lo bis proceeding on that account
lam tn bo told that I am to nnd .mother direction
that Is better for him to lake. I do not wunt him to
change his direction; Iwuit him to become sober
Instead of drunk; and ho I say that I wish her
Majesty's government not bo much to change their
policy an to abjudon that luilriullyof purpose which
lias marked every act, Many men have
eaten tho leek, but Iheso nro the first ministers w ho
so larcfully grew and watered the leek In order that
Ihcy might cat It."
(len o'enoy, who was nppolntcd by Iho Itussian
gov eminent their commissioner for tho delimitation
of the Afghan frontier, liua contribute lauaccdimtof
Afghanistan to the Caucasian section of tho Itussian
Geographical Society, of which the following pas
sages relating to Herat nro tho more Interesting;
"the most fertllo district nt ttio whole Iranian
plateau Is Herat, with Its excellent soil nnd
rivers Iho harvests thero nre always good, and
there are two In the ycur,so that they n an forty grains
for one sown. In another paper on Herat wo hav 0
described the grains and f rulta which abound there.
1 here are two crops of tobacco a year, and opium Is
brought thero from India by the routo of Caudahar.
the cotton Is of two kinds white and brown, 'iho
wool is manufactured Into t'othvrhlch is exported
tn India, nnd even 10 England Ihe horses of the
Hazaras are famous aud superior even to those of
the 'turcomnns. 'ine suk is ouij iibcu ior local
purposes, but Iho Iron and lead are exported.
Herat Is the centre of the counncrco nf India,
Persia, tho Caspian bea, Orenburg, and Simarcaud.
lroui It the routes start for cundahar, Mchscd,
Sdslall, Men, und Mulmeua. It is said that the
route from Herat to Meshed Is suitable for carriages,
which ought to be true, neeing that tho Perslau
troops nav c several uniea irav crseu 11 witu artillery.
Herat, like all AiRhin towns and even villages, is
surrounded by n wall made out of dry clay, ot which
each sldo la about a mile tint! tho height nearly forty
feet, 'tho ditch Is full of water, and tho J ngllsh
constructed, n glacis In 1833 Tho six gates arc
covered with brick towers. At the noithenst ex
tremity Is a citadel built of bricks named Chakhar
llagh. Water Is brought there from tho Hcrllttid."
Qen clcuoy.then quotes what Conollywiote about
Herat; and concludes with tho proverb prevalent in
lihorasan, that "if the soil of Ispahan, tho cool
breczcH uf Herat, and the watets of Khwarcsin
could be united together man would never die."
blr Henry Layardsays In tho Contcmpoi at V he
1 lew: "The ancient policy ot England in maintain
ing tho integrity nnd Independence of tho Turkish
Empire was founded upon the conviction that It was
ot Importance to this country to havu In the cast ot
Europe and in Asia a Power friendly 10 hei.upoti
whoso aid and sympathy alto could rely In governing
her Mahommedan imputation, uud at the s uuo time
a suniciemly strong btato to maintain Its rule In the
Fast, aud tn prevent that Knipiro from falling to
pieces It wub felt that If that great! mpiro did fa'l
to pieces, Powers that might bo hostile to Fnglaud
would profit by Its dissolution and obtain an at ces
sion of strength which would be dangerous to the
Inteiests of I uglaud. This was tho policy which
was pursued by the greatest of English statesmen
from tnotlmnut Lord Chatham downwards, 'this
was tho policy of Lord Palmerston and of
those who sui cecded hlra, until Air. Oladstouo be
came the head of theaovernraent. Mr. Gladstone
and those who thought with him appeared
to bo determined 10 revetso that policy.
Ilcforo bo tame Into otllco It Is well known
ho did his utmost by his speeches and writ
ings 10 excite a strong feeling in Lngland against
the Su'tan and tho Turkish people ami against Lord
Iteacoumeiii, wno ronsiueren 11 ininoiniereBis or
three Emperors. Even were this so It would
not prftvo much. A compact of tho threo Knlfcrs
ett.te d In lsTO, and was not completely ruptured
until lilsmirck showed his hand tntho disgust of
(lorhchikoff nt tho tongresi of Ilerlln. Wo all
know 1-ow llnssli was defrandM In that partnership
W hen It was dissolved tho flcrman thancellor had
secure! Alsace-Iirralne, whllo Ansirls, wlllnnt
firing ft shot, ha I gained possession nt llnsnla nnd
Iho Ilcr7cgovlni,bnttho Urnr saw almost all that lie
ha I won nt San Stcfano) wrencred from him, and
had In put np with a trivial extension of his frontier
in Armenia. W hat Ulsmarck dl 1 then ho In certain
to do again, becanso Iho keystone nf his far-seeing
statecraft Is Inncxihlo resistance to ltnsslan nggran
iilrcmcnt In 1 uropo. No man enn read events aright
who Is unwilling to accept Ihls fun lomcntal postu
late. If itussla can bo tempted lo expend her forco
In seeking an outlet nn Iho Indian Ot can n rhango
nf objpcttvo which might result In transforming I ir
from a litiropcnti Into an Asiatic power so much
tho belter for tlermanr, to whoso stability ami
growth Ulsmarck swhofo life has been devoted, and
in whoso pious memory lin hopes toseo his name
enshrined with Iho august nnmisof Charlemagne,
llatharo'ss, and Frederick tho Ureal, 'lo
a man llko Ulsmarck, who, whatever wo
may think of his methods, Is, at nil eventf,
a patriot In every throb nf his stout heatt ond
every stroke of his nlrong Intellect, Iho
French republic, bitter and revengeful as It Is, has
ceased lo bo an object of nerlons misgiving. Franco
tn lits ryes Is n lanto cock In tho pit, nnrt tho Herman
empire's danger lies nn Ihe east rather than Iho
west, In tho 111 marshaled an 1 ;tll husbanded but
stupendous and Incilculablo n sources of tho Rus
sian empire. Wo may. Indeed, bo sure Hint never,
whllo Ulsmarck lives, will iho apocryphal testament
nf I'rnr Peter gain fulfillment. Ncvcrwlll Russia bo
permitted lo creep nn Inch nenrer tn tho llosphnrns
ur api roach any i loser to prciminlprnnco In tno Hal
He. Men Ihls nt lenst, then, wo mav likn for
granted, that wh itevrr foolish 1 nnsliiu Hon mav be
put nn Anitrl 1 a itinnnstraiiin nimut the Ibirdnn
tiles by I iigllnh oltliliiis who 1 annul ivrn inter
nrrt tlin meaning of ltnsslan proximity to Herat,
lilsmiiiknt heitt docs not, and In tho nature of
things mnnnt, wish well In Russia. M1e1u hlsrenl
lull rest lies will be dlsilosid In due time, should
war nfler nil brink out, nnd It will bo revealed Ilio
sooner and the more unmistakably should Mr.
(llidMniioliesucctideilbv 11 Itrlllsh Prlmi1 Mlnlslir
In wlnvw Invnlij nnd ilhuns it would bewnrlh
nlille tn trust
Tin nm it AJiiitii'AS tit 111.
tortkners lake letsons In If nt (onslilrratilf lx.
Cincinnati Commercial Oizetlc.)
It Is wonderful what a fascination ttio great
Amctli an gnmo nf poker lias for tho foreigner. 1 bo
chief, mid nbout tho only business or tho American
secretaries uf the foreign diplomatic delegations Is
lo teach them poker and piny with them. Turks,
Pranks, Spaniards, Indians, Ethiopians, Dutch, Ital
ians, Muscat lies, Mongolians, till yltldto the fasci
nations ot the American game, and poker-playlng
among tho foreign legations Is high and fast ami
furious, 'j hey uro made 10 pay pretty dearly for
their experience, and some of the smart American
officials pluck the gentlo foreigners most unmerci
fully. Tno head of a Government bureau showed
ma a big roll of hills the other night, nnd said'
"There's two I win to night from 'So-and-so.'"
mining n inoon-faccd Mongolian Minister, who goes
about tho streets In finning robisof peacock blue
and royal purple.
I may say iierolhat It la proper In poker tnlkto
say "I win," Instead of "1 won,'' nud when 5011
cease playing jou "draw out." '1 ho terrlblo thing
about Hits soul-destroying gamofortliuunsophlsll-
laii'it foreigners is mu "uiuii."
Huron Do strove, who, llko nil ollicia, is n tireless
devoteoof thoganie, went on fur some months lu
hippy Ignoran.o of tho blutr, aud supposing him
self 10 bo a pretty expert poker player. Hut one
evening 111 u little game with a mischievous young
Cabinet otllccr, ho wcut his whole heart, soul, und
pocket on thrcu iicesnnd was blurred by his oppo
nent with n pair of travs. It was unewdeielonmcnt
or tho great American game, and Us sublime possi
bilities dazed and bewildered thollarou, nud, as he
expressed It, lu good "United btates" language,
"broke htm all up"
Ho Bald: "Oh, ills fearful, fearful American came
and dot terrlblo bliut. I did not know dot bluff and
wlut I do wlih It."
'Ihcllaroiiionciutrated nil Ms time nnd Intellect
upouthe"hlulI"forBOveraldays, und then tried It
on Ids wife. Ho and tho inndimo have .1 little
private game, and keep a very Btrlct account. Die
wlckcil Harou bluired the unsuspecting partucrnf
his busom unmercifully, and thcio was a little cool
ness In the Do strut 0 family for half an hour, the
first In many y cars of happy married life.
Poker playing is the mgn mull circles in Wash
ington, high uud low. 'Hare uro scons of pokir
organs illons among the tho attaches of the Uot em
inent. Hi the rooms of Hie tlerks nud lu the
hundreds uf lodging-houses the game goes on. One
game at Chamberlain's, last week, lu which were
two Hulled states Seuators, lasted twenty-six hours
without ceasing. A parly of Southerners, not long
ago, In a rear room of tho National Hotel, played 11
game lasting from Friday evening all) o'clock until
Monday morning nt 6 o'clock.
During that time tho game never ceased, cat-naps
were caught In tho chairs as tnu players sat, lunch
eon wxs nerved rt gularly, and the amount of w hlsky
tlrank nnd tobacco smoked nnd chewed to keep
awake on was something awful 10 coutemplnlc.
814 Seventh Street Northwest.
CUTTING PRICES IN TWO!
Aping the Fngllsli.
New York teller In Buffalo Express
New York's fashionable society Is Imitating more
ami more ihe practices of tho English aristocracy.
'I ho dinner hour was changed long years ago to 1 01
respond Willi that or l.oudon. Pussltilv nothing Is
more striking to tho young country boy from tho
estcrn states or from New Kugland than this pr 10
llcent dining nfler nightfall, for In those pans tho
dinner hour Is soon utter meridian. Hut this Is 11
practice ot loug Htandlng. Lately the fashionables
hat e taken to fox hunting nud to riding across i oun
try. And more especially Hits year has been put tn
toguo iho keeping open of couutrv houses all winter
aud goin 4 out to Uu in in parlies of from four to forty
nieinlicra for ono or tw o days of solid fun and en
joyment. These excursions are the more enjoy
able for tho rcuBOnthat they must of necessity be
more or less Informal visits. No ono expects
iiiu cuuuirv rcsiurncu ui n city man to 110 111
full running order In January, und the little
shortcomings only add to tho novelty. The prac
tice, now growing so taet. Involves keeping an
extra corps of servants, and there must bu horses
andcarrliges lulhc birns, for tho residence Is not
near tho depot us u lule. it also bids fair tn revolu
tionize In n incisure the present fashion of hiving
one s summer cottage at ea far away a place as New
port or et en Loug llrnucli. Tho latter placo Is In
deed too bleak for winter comfort. Ihe this of
summer-house fashion Is Belting toward Long iBlaud
Willi roue. Several of the auderbllt families hate
country scats near llabylou und Roslyn, and there
are other fashionable folks who have gone to (Hen
Cote, Hoslyu, Putihogue, and Qnogui. They are
easy of in cess Tho cou.hluir names can reach
I Hem t-asllv, and tnty uro delightful spots when
reached. ery many Christmas parties were made
up to pass the holidiya there, aud there has been
fun enough for young and old till winter long. An
other year will see moro of It, It Istho Kilglleh
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England to follow tho policy of those who hud gono
before htm. inis poiny cannot no cnueti, as 11
sometimes is, l-ord lieaionsueld a policy, as In form
Tho Saturday llevlew J
Tlieosopliy, falsely so callcd.lsamlxturoofAmcil
can sentimental theology with quantities of spirit
ualism aud savage supcistltlou, bedizened with out
1 indlsli oriental names The patentees of this pre
cious compound carry it to the,Indlan market, vt here
they proso about tho t edas and the primitive Aiynn
monotheism, us It they knew nuythlng nbout the
t edas, uud 11a If the primitive Aryan s creeds were 11
Jot moro retlned than tnoao ol the primitive Esqui
mau, 011ng llubous, Willi tho delusions of their
race not purged tin ay, uro caught, perhaps, by
Kuropetiusaud Amirlcaus who lullcte, or affect
lo billet e, In Iho magical powers of Yogis nnd
HogliH 'llieosnphy laamero mixture of tho faith
In Kitty King wllh smatterings of Oriental Btuillis
misunderstood and misapplied. Vhedoctrlnelscon
veytdlti language of liicoheicnt absurdity. "This
Biipcrnaturallsm " (that of people n ho disagree with
Col oicotl)"Ulheciirsoofallcrieds;lthangs like
an Incubus "(we should llko to iee iho (olonel's
Idea of nn Incubus) "around the neck of tho relig
ious, and ban lies Ihe satire of f ho skeptic: It Is tho
dry rot flint eats out tho heart of any faith that builds
upon 11." a Bupernaiurausm which is a dry rot that
can bo built upon, which eats out hearts, ami turn.
bates satire, and hangs round necks like nn Incubus,
Is a 1 ery odd agency Indeed, and worthy of the rhet
uilo of Olcott science.
II. E. 1IU11GES3. J. II, SHEPHERD
BURGESS & SHEPHERD'S
A Nl JIA 'Ilt-R O O at 8,
Corner r Kfctilli nuitl MreoU.V. W
1 OUitriCHN CHAIRS WiMliliiirfnu, l. t).
lug It ha only followed the example and traditions of
all English statesmen up 10 that time, iho antici
pations of most statesmen us 10 the consequent es of
thebrcakiuirunof ilteottouiun Lninlro Into betii
fulfilled. v c uow seo that iliodlsmembciiiiiuthas
lommenccd, mat already a large psrtot what for
merly countltulcd the 'iiirklBh Iimptre has fallen
luto the hands of Russia, or at least virtually passed
utirtcr her sw uy uud influence"
"The Ottoman Slate," says flfurlHuot! s Jfno-d-ziic,"
lias been her on 11 eueni) Intho first place;
hut tho nations hatfl been hostile to her ton, and
tery forward In hostility has been Britain of lato
yeais, denouncing and reviling her, aud selling her
enemies upon her. Nobody In those Islands thought
probably I hat 1 urkey 1 oubl et er again be nf any uc
touut; ho wasouly u thing to tliuiik God on. Hut,
somehow, as If to leaih us how valueless nro uur
dispositions aud forn asts, nnd how enduring aie
great national lendenelis, tvo bco'1 urkey, uot by any
uttlonof hernwn, but by tha opt ration of fonts
which none of us can control, raising her head once
more us ii nation, nut utterly Inslgiiliicaui us nno
whose auiaut may nn wen norm hci uriug. mit 11 a
state of things might ea.lly hat 0 been loriaeeu If tvo
had not been wllilully and obstluutily blind to the
lerieptlouof it; lor the elements out of which it
Tho Rett Hrmtd Woman In Lurope.
1 ho Queen of Portugal Is supposed to bo the best
dressed woman In Lurope 'Iho statement that sho
never wears a dresstwlce Isaiicxaggeratiou. What
are evidently referred to arc dresses worn on publlu
occasions. This Is lu accordance wllh court eti
quette. It may not lie generally known tbutlho
ijuein ot Portugal has all her morning dri sses mado
In 1jndnn, ami . i morning loslumo Jiisiilnlshiil for
nri AiujeBi m nt iMtiu tiiui urotvu, a paie fiktrt 111
uiunu uu,eiiu ill it llurui lll'HIgu, lUUUUtllllU IK 1110
pattern being lu pale. blue. Over Iho skirt Is draped
ajmliiied tunic or brown clolh, with back ilrapenes
rlho bodceof brown clnin la Hhnnp.1
somewhat llko an oitlcer's shell Jacket, with little
Dr. Laville's Remedies
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Soil by JiruegUts unwally. .A ''cl'lrto
TUiatililit Mill. Cv thu ori)ilt J-HiUUI-KA
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lorrltory, U, tf. OouuuUiailouer, Kxnalnv, ud No
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I IMllKTIVfl A HPCniAT.TV
Ims arisen are neither nuw uur hard to bo discovered.
Turkey has a natural enemy who Is also Fnglantls
natural enemy und rlvul. bho (that Is Turkey) is
cout eufently situated uud possesses many facilities
among tho rest u numerous nud bratu army for
making herself felt on Hint enemy's froutltr. If Bho
had but iho kiuiwBol win tvherewilh 10 mako her
other advautugea available, but thtso sinews alio
has not. Oil the other Hand, Kugland, having
tho samo natural eneinj , lannot, fur geographl
cal reasons, easily mako an Imptcsslon 011 that
enemy s frontier, Though bho possesses money,
ships, arms, ammunition, stores, and brain power to
direct an attack, sho Is abort of itio mnn-povv er,
w Ithout which all her other qualities uro uuat ulllng.
Sho has got Just what 'iutkey wauts 1 urkey bus
got Just what Drltalu wauls. Togillier they can
assail, with excellent chance of simcss, their mm
mou foe, 'I bus, in Ikls regard. T urkiy Is thu 1 tun
nipiiie nt nf Kiiulan 1. T hese th ncs bung bu. uro not
tho two nations pressed by a powerof gravitation,
as 11 were, 10 uci lugciiiirr ine lubiiuci ui sen
prcscrtatlou must Impel built or Hum lu Hint dine
lion. W e hut 0 Hussla at tho tery cutis of llrlllsh
India; Turkey has ltuulasu more tliauunufronilir,
watching only, us Turkey well knows, 11 futurablu
ouporluutty of taking anutlier silt 0 of Ilia oilomau
l'nnilrc. nerhans Cuustntilluuplo Itself. '1 ho'l urklah
army, wild, clad, armed, uud partly ottUercd bv tho
llrlllsh, could attack Russia on Ilio coasts ot tho
lllatk bea and on thu Anueulau froullir. This
would weaken, pi rhsps paralyze, the Itussian ud
vaucuou Afghanistan, aud probubly result lu gnat
advantugu In bulh the ullics, T lie argiiiucuiu fur
uulou uru hi patent uud ) slicing that, montr or
later, It tun hardly fall to take place. '1 he vllu'l urkl
'I he abhorred Turk I lea; liuisuotu'iogclhiriilce.
Hut wo Urltous have at present great pnvirly nf
friends, uud poverty makes 0110 unmanned with
strungu bedfellows 'litis seems lu bo our fate,
whither wu llko 11 or not 10 tight ugau alongside
ot the Turk."
T lie astute wr.ler of foielgu editorials lu tho New
York iuu Inalststltat HUuiarck's policy la to tt cakeu
Itussla. He says; "It bcciuj at first sight hard to
reconcile tie frlmdly attitude of Vleunn newspaper!
with tho warning said to ham been given by the
Hupaburg KaUer lo Hie Pone. Aceoidiug to ri pail,
thesiiltuutvus omclslly untitled ihat If lirlilsh war
ships were permitted to pa&s Iho Darilani Ilea in con
tratenilou of treaty btlpulatloui, Austria In her
lurn would look upon treauca an suspended ami
proceed toinoto an army southward from Hostila
toward Macedonia of course IliU notleo laid a
basis for Auatro-Hcnuati Interposition, but does It
follow that tho movement would ultlmutely nni) to
ultauco ihelDtiiestsof HuulaT Hidlhu deinou
Ural Iuu tneiu auyililng except that Ulsmarik, who,
of tourse, dloiaied It, lorsees Hat uu Auglo-Musca-vito
duel, ouca begun In Aria, mutt toon btcomo a
general iiieifi', lulu which all Furopo would bo
tvtcpl, unci In iho course of which grot u problems of
territorial pirtttlouaul iiillltur) equilibrium would
at last bate it caauco ot Ucllullo solutlout It la
assumed Inaomool thooommcuuoutlio reported
tirotcst of tho leunoso government agslurt the un
larrlugot Iho Dardaucllca to Lngllsh cruisers that
lids step was taken lu pursuance of an agreement
entered luto at the mucu-talked-ot meeting of too
gilt buttons all round tho edge. Wlieru the Jacket la
iiiiniTuj in jiuuiujiHisii veal irouwii piie-tiiuo suk
Is revealed, ueaBh of HieBamo being ranged llko a
scarf drapery passing under tho bosqiienf the Jacket
behind, tied lu two loops.
Donaldson! Ilio (I a ) thief, April IB J
T hero was sold a liumbirof lucky tick e Ih in the
monthly drawing of Hie l.oiilslana Stale Loiteri,
'luesday, Apt II 14, Including 11 llflh of Nu.ni,o;6,
with h tlrew iho lapltul.lio.nim, held by 11 young
II 1110 named ', spi udritp, assistant overseer on Mi,
llldbtrnp's gnu plniitiiiinii, who will relitru to his
home across the sea wllh Iho proi 1 ids of his spec li
loung Jlfiil llfod 1 1i la.
Mini Vollnlo Hilt ('ompnuy, nf Marshall, Midi ,
offer to uuid Hulr ttli brand iKiiro toltulo bill
an I other clictrlo annllani is on UUI for Hilrtv dais.
to men (young or old) aitllelt d w llh 111 rvous debility,
lu.nui viiuiiiyuuciiiiauiiocHi,uuuttiiMuureu roucies
Also for rheumailsin, neuralgia, paralysis, and many
other diseases. Complete risturatlon 10 uiulth,
t Igor, and niunhnn I guaranteed. Nn risk Is Incurred,
as thirty dm s' trial Is allow id, Wrllo llieui nlome
fnrlllustrnlril pampblit free.
A OAUD. TO AIJi WHO ARK BUI'liKIl-
lug from errors aud indlsirellousof youth.nerv
ous w eakuess, early iltcay.loss of ininhood.etc ,1
will Bind u rtulpo Ihat will ttiro ton, FHhE OF
UIIARIIK. 'Ihlsi'reul remedy was discovered by n
missionary In Suullt Amcrlia. snid self-uddressed
cmelono to ItKV.Josmi T. iNUts, station D.New
rrolrci Yoiirsrir AfjaliiM I'liriimoniii,
The typo of pneumonia now prevailing la terribly
fatal. The 1 It-alt ti statistics catering New-oik,
NiwE.iglan I, uud tho country gcucrully are start,
ling and al inning Physlclana aro perplexed and
frlgliti iK'cI, mul tuuiiot agno how la treat It, Tito
disuse spans no one, but Is tspeclaly t Hal to'
dilldten and lo middle ugld nud fiddly persons of
both sexes. Tho wealthy are, If possible, ttrlekui
down moro often Hull Ilio poor. '1 lie death roll of
prominent men for Iho last few weeks Is fearful,
No doubt tho (jildiuiU) Is lure.il; due lei tho cxiep.
tlonally some tilnler Just passed. Had the name
death rata 0 sillied from iliojera, kotrcur, Uicrp
would liuvo been a paulp.
Wo aro now enuring npou tho moat daugeious
period of tho wholu year for colds, 'iho w cither
will hostility aud cbaugcablo for six wteks to come.
I.i til wllh tho ulmoit lure you will beilall) exposed
lo Hie chill which precedes pneumonia. Otico at
tacked Ilio progress of tho malady U rapld-usually
to a fatal termination lu three or four days, it u
not at all HI 0 tho pneumonia ot ten or twenty yean
Safely lies lu pretention. Hanoi wait for tuoct.
Ucki but guild your luuga w lulu you ate )it well,
po Ihls bj weatlog Uensou'a I'upctuo Plislcrs con-
tunlly, chauglugwheu uccessary. Place a planer
011 Ibu back between iho stioulders, uud utiuiherou
lltocaikt, loruildrcu cul iho planer to suit iiiclr
litnoun'i Plasters, tn ttoru, act asa shtild does
auulubt iirrowa Do not glvo Ilio dicail dlscasoa
cusneo to fasieu upon juu ur uikiu any of your
lauiily. With ordluary caution lu other resiciM
lleiison'a Plasti r w ill protect you.
(let llensou's Plaster ouly. ltlik ua others. Ou
Iho giuuluo Is F10 1 hrco Ited Seal trade-murk", lu
tut upon scclug it II you doubt tho dealer.
If you are in need of a Nice Trimmed Hat or Bonnet for yourself or
daughters, prime goods, stylish and fashionable, imported or domestic, you
will find it at King's Palace, 814 Seventh street.
If you are looking for the largest assortment of Straw Hats and Bonnets,
untrimmed, comprising every style and shape and quality that the market
produces, in children's, misses', and ladies' sizes, the only place and largest
selection is at King's Palace, 814 Seventh street.
If you are in need of Fine French Flowers of the most exquisite styles
and quality, you must go to King's Palace, 814 Seventh street.
If you desire to buy handsome Tips, prime goods, in all colors and shades
and quality, you will have to go to King's Palace, 814 JSeventh street.
If you wa,nt some Elegant Plumes, in all colors, from 15 to 28 inches
long, your duty is to go to King's Palace, 814 Seventh street.
If you are in need of Ribbons, we have an immense stock to choose from
at King's Palace, 814 Seventh street.
If you are in want of Millinery Trimmings, you will find a choice assort
ment of millinery ornaments, gold and silver scarfs, silk, Grenadine, and
Roman striped and plaid silk sash ribbons, from 5 to 8 inches wide, at
King's Palace, 814 Seventh street.
If you desire to buy Gold and Silver and Feather Pompons, Gold and
Silver Net, and Colored Crepe de Chene, Silks, Satins, and Velvets, you
must not neglect to go to King's Palace, 814 Seventh street.
If you are in search of Laces, such as Oriental, Egyptian, and Spanish
Guipure Laces, do not miss to go to King's Palace, 814 Seventh street.
If you desire to purchase Lisle, Silk, or Kid Gloves and Corsets, remem
ber King's Palace, 814 Seventh street.
If you wish to select from a large assortment of Lace Caps, stylish and
handsome, you will find them at King's Palace, 814 Seventh street.
If you are in need of a Handsome and Stylish Jersey, we have thousands
of the latest and most stylish designs at King's Palace, 814 Seventh street.
If you think of buying a lovely Visite at half its value, one would ad
vise you to go to King's Palace, 814 Seventh street.
If you feel like buying a Sun Umbrella-or Parasol, you will find them in
great variety at King's Palace, 814 Seventh street.
If you want to Buy Goods, and wish to Save Your Money, and desire to
be Treated Well, and wish to find a Choice and Largest Stock to select
from, you are in duty bound to go to the
GREAT HEADQUARTERS, THE LARGEST MILLINERY HOUSE,
814 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.