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BRISK um 111 1
deduction of Duties a Decided Ad?
vantage to the Industry.
lift Effect Only Felt On the Seaboard.
Domestic Mining Interests Not
Injured. The Coal Trade Ben
tfited by Imports of Iron.
tmo feature oi mo revival in tne iron
trado which is of particular local inter?
est is tho marked increase in tho im?
ports of iron ore at this port, says tho
Philadelphia Heoord. In thesis months
ended Juno HO tho arrivals of foreign
Iron oro at Philadelphia umoivnted to
104.166 tons, which is 5.111 tone
more than the imports during tho eutiro
four 1SH-1. The rate at which tho im?
ports have been incrmising during tho
past few weeks promises that tho for?
eign iron ore trade of Philadelphia will
regain before long the importance by
which it was marked live years ago,
when it wag tit its maximum point.
Tho figure* of importations of iron oro 1
at tho two principal ports and for tho
eutiro oouutry during tho past ten years
show plainly tho riso and fall of this
important branch of our foreign trado:
Fhllauvi|>lii?. Baltimore. All ports.
Tons. Ton?. Ton?.
18?.W-ICO 15.897 B90.760
18*1.37.(077 IRS.3c4 1,038,4&
18S7.<nj,0? 4.11.036 I.IW.UOI
188S.?7.139 11?.570 681 410
18KI.60.1? -7?, 050 SS.I.S73
ISM. 'isi.iVS 4M.MB 1,240.830
1891.410.8(0 4X1,878 91 -???(
ih?.4?s,p?) .'..-s.oJa m.:.<,
iso?.HM.m Sil.?12 6S0.W1
1894. W.066 IkVuJ 187.307
The imports of honor* into tho Unit?
ed States m 1894 were the smallest since
1878, owing to the phenomena) depres?
sion In the lion trado aud tho Idleness
of ono of tho largest consumers of for?
eign ore. During hist year also the
prices of Lake Superior iron ores were
depresses! to tho lowest point over reach?
ed, on account of coniiietition for tho ,
limited market and because of the de?
velopment of the remarkable deposits of
cheaply mined ore on tho Mosabi range
in Minnesota. Present conditions, how?
ever, point to a largo increase in tho uso
of foreign ores by iron manufacturers
along tho Atlantic seaboard.
While tho cost of LAe Superior iron
ores is not much above hist year's figures,
eastern iron manufacturers are still at a
great disadvantage as compared with
western competitors' using these ores.
The reduction of tho duty on imported
irou ores from 76 to 40 cents per ton is
of decided advantage to manufacturers
near tidewater and will ?nable them to
r.se foreigu ores more frcoly than has
been p issiblohitherto. The saving ? I ::.*?
cents per ton on iron ore may look like
C> email matter, but it means a saving
of ubont ?o cents on each ton of pig iron
made from Ion igu ore, and with many
manufacturers this is onough to change
loss into profit. This reduction in duty
lias not injured any dornestie iron 6ro
mining interests, nor would the removal
of the- remaining 40 cents per ton do any
damage. Under, no conditions can foroign
iron ore invade the natural legitimate
territory of the great Luke Superior
mining companies, which lies west of
the Alleghany mountains. Tho natural
marlfet for foreign ores lies near tho sou
board, and to'oluim that this territory
belongs to iron oru producers in Minne?
sota. Michigan or Wisconsin is iui ab
eurd assnmpi it in,
That the increasing imports of iron
oro are not depriving domestic produ?
cers; of luiy portion of their trade is
shown by tho reports from the Lake Su?
perior mining region, which ussort that
tho output ol . re in that seel ion will be
the largest ever reached. As the maxi?
mum production of the Lake Superior
region, which was attained in 1800,
was 9,012,870 gross tons, and the out?
put in 1804 was only 7,748,033 tons, if
will bo seen how great must be the in
?jrease in activity in that regiou to pass
from last year's output beyond the high
point of ISPo. Although only one-third
of tho ehipping season lms passed, Luke
Superior mines have sent over 3,000,
000 gross tons of iron ore to market.
Tho Gogobio range, which shipped
1,810,290 tons last year, has sent out
ne.-irly 1,000,000 tons thus far, and its
output is oxpeoted to reach 2,600.000
Sous this season, and in other milling
districts of the great Lake Superior re?
gion similar activity i.s manifi sied.
This increasing activity in tho iron
ore trade, both foreign and domestic, is
of great importance to transportation
interests. Tho linger imports mean in?
creased shipments of our coal to foreign
countries, for neatly every steamer that
come: in laden with ore goes out with
? cargo of coaL An increase of over
1,000,000 tons in the output of the Lake
Superior iron ore mines mean.- just
that mnoh.j?noro freight for tho lako
steamers to carry, and both the lnij.orU
and domestic output of ore have to bo
hauled by tho railroads. Tho intlneiica
of tho increasing activity in tho iron in?
dustry is felt throughout a vide, ramifi?
cation of allied and dependent branches
Two Good Things.
Prosidcnt Cleveland has been blamed
for hia Fourth of July letter to Tam?
many, on the ground that Tammany is
"a bad organiution." But if Tammany
Wern as bud a- it has boon painted by
its foes such an oxccllc-nt letter as
President Cleveland's ought to make it
much better.?Boston Globe.
The totnl acreage or all tne farms in
the United States is 628,218,619, of
which 867,610,705 oro improved or un?
der cultivation, and 265,ut)l,8G? asKS
Po docs Gold Dust Washing row dick, and if you are
not iu a position to employ "many hands" in your house?
work, you will be pleased and astonished to see how much
you can do with one pair of willing hands, by using
JIL El 0 IsrF ^
Try it.1 Sold everywhere in large packages. Price 25 cents.
THE N. K. PAlUIIANtt COMPANY,
11. I.uuis, New Vurk, liomou,
DESTRUCTIVE SILVERHO; PER3.
A I'll.cue Thnt Threaten* to llo Wona
i h in the Grasshopper.
Tho farmers in Kaunas, Nobraskn and
other western at a tea have in past years
sulTorcd greatly from a plngUO of grass
hopper*, which swarmed in millions
over tho prairies, devouring hay, grain
and otlier crops. Wherever tho greedy
insentf oniuo they brought desolation,
and mutiy flourishing settlements. .\ero
completely ruiuod by the posts. With iu
crcasnd cultivation the swarms gradual?
ly diminished and of lato hnvo done lit
Bnt tuiotticr und worse foe to tho
farmer la abroad in the land, Especially
in tho smith, west and uorthweel there
has sprang up n plague of sirverhoppera
that threatens the destruction i<f our nu
tinnnl prosperity, credit, and honor.
These now pests would if unchecked
cause the noun try u greater loss in one
year than havo tin- grasshoppers since
they lirst appeared. They seek tu estnb
lish a Anaucial polioy which menus tho
repudiation of debts, the dobnsonieut of
our money and tho adoption of tho 60
cent dollars which are tho currency of
Mexico With false and misieuding
promises of increased wealth, which
they protend wonld follow the enact?
ment of a law for tho free coiuageof sil?
ver at 16 to 1, they try to delude the
fanners into supporting their schemes.
Were they to be successful trado and iu
duatry would be paralyzed, capital
would be withdrawn from agriculture
and genornl business depression wonld
follow. Tbo only safeguard against tho
threatened danger is to vote down the
repudintors nud elect only mou pledged
to support hmrtttt money.
Workinguion may not have time to
study carefully tho various cheap money
schemes <<f tho silvcritos, greeubackers,
eto., but there is no reason why they
ehould bo deluded luto voting for any
of them. .So far tho SO cent dollar or
the flat no cent dollar havo not made
many converts among thu laboring
classes, but it is likely that in the next
national cumpnign a special effort will
bo made to induce WOrkinglUCU to vote
for tho silver standard. To all nppeals
for snch support the intelligent work?
men should ask this question, "is it at t
u fact beyond depute that in every
country nf tho world which has the gold
standard wages iu-o higher than in the
Countries which are Oll n silver basis,"
Bequeathed Iii? Widow.
James MoElroy, who died recently at
Stratford, Conn., willed ins wife to
1 James Nugent McElroy kept tal
ami Nugent was barkeeper. The widow
married Nugent immediately after tho
funeral and has deeded hall her prop
erty to bim. The will re;ids :
1 give Mjry to James Nugent, ami it i- my
will hncl wish that you marry him at onee,
and Hint you bn as good :. Wife to huu us you
havo been to mo.
McElroy left several houses besides
the saloon. Mrs. Nugent is on a bridal
tour with her second husband.?Now
j York World.
A Gignath; Combine.
I Philadelphia is getting up a traction
combine biggor than anything thnt com?
munity ban yet S00U. it n to have a
capitalization of nearly $60,000,000 and
to tako in five existing surface lines.
The best part of thi.- sort of combine is
the incidental fact that it almost inevi?
tably involves improved processes, to?
gether with tuoro extended accommi di
tious for the traveling public.?Ne./
j York Telegram.
A Suggeative Name.
Arothoy called railroad plarita l)ceauio
1 fthoy need watering!?Uustcu. Ucraid.
THE VANISHING RED MAN.
At Mm I'rtwnt U?ti> of Dirmiip t to- Full
Uloodatl iniilnu v. hi Boon Disappear.
L ?. tho poor Indian, is growing scarcor
nnd scarcer an time advances, aud will
probably disappear altogothor an a full
blooded Indian before tho ond of another i
century. The total Indian population at
this time, according to estimates made ]
by the officials ol tho Indian bureau, is I
348,363, exclusive oi tho Indians of |
Alaska. In 1820, bofore tho annexation
of Texas and Mexico, tho estimated In j
diau population of the country was 400,
000. In ls.'jo tbo number was kuiI to bo
860,000, and the t ame ostiiuate IS made
for 187 L The most rapid decline .n
numbers has been in the la. I quarter of
this century. The fact that the ('hero
ki s and Chippewas, both comparative?
ly powerful tribes, haVo actually in?
creased in numbers makes the doorcase
in the other tribes all tho mote remark?
It is bolievod that tho principal loss
has been among the Sioux und i ther
tribes of the northwest. Mote than two
thirds of tbo total number, or 237,478,
in 1S71 wer? on tho reservations. At
the beginning of "this yonr tho number
on tho reservations had been deer, i 1
to 133,417, or about one-third of tho
total number. Less than80,000 of these
are self supporting, the federal govern
mont issuing supplies to in ist <>f them.
If tho rate of decrease which has been
maiutainod for the lust rpiartorof a e. u
tury or BO be continued, there will not
bo a siuglo full blooded Indian in the
country, except possibly in dime muse
urns, by tho cud of the twentieth ecu
FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH.
Tin? M.tel.iv of the Blarei Daring the
Civil War to IK* Coiumemorntcd.
The (ldolity of tho slaves during the
civil war to the families they served has
long been u matter of history and ac?
knowledged as one of the noble (tuali
ties e>f the African race.
A more substantial recognition is to
be made of it in the village of For!
Mill, S. C, one of whoso citizens is
about to erect u monument ill honor of
the dovotion of tho southern slave, and
the authorities will give it a place in
tho public square. The monument will
be a tall shaft, having on one side a no
gro woman nursing her master's babo
and on the other a negro mail holding
an agricultural implement.
It is proposed to inscribe it with a
passage from Henry W. Grady, conclud?
ing with theso words: "Often 600 ne?
groes to a single white man. and yet
through those dusky throngs tho women
aud children walked iu safety and tbo
unprotected homes rested in peace. On
marshaled tho black battalions moved
patiently to the fields in tho morning to
feed tho armies their idleness wonld
have starved, and at night gathered
anxiously at the big house to 'hear the
news from murstcr,' though conscious
I that his victory made their chains en?
during."?St. Louis iilobe Democrat.
Tilt, Thoughtful ( liauncey.
A good story is I old oil Chauucoy De
pew. IJe received a letter from a young
married friend iu Albany asking for a
pass for his mother-in-lirw, who was
coming to make him a visit, and closing
with the delicate hint, "Don't forget to
have the return coupon attached. " Mr.
Do pew is nothing if not worldly wiso
and Sympal hctio, and in sending t ho pas*
ho wrote, "l have not neglected tho re?
turn coupon and have limited it to t.iireo
days."?Miuui apolia Journal.
Vnlley Forpje'a I.oue Graven tone,
Only one grave, that of John Wattor
mnii of Rhode Island, marked with a
: rudely carved sand-tone, has been iden?
tified of all who <la d at Valley Forge
j during that pinions winter of ITTS.
"J. W., 1778,"aro all tho marks that
are on tho stouo, but the records show
whoso gravo it is. All tho other gravos
: luive been plowed over lor nioro than a
In wealth Pennsylvania ranks next to
Kow York, having an assessed valuation
of $l,i;so. t.'i'.'.Hiti, owing largely to tho
I enormous manufactures carried on with
j iu the limits of this commonwealth.
kUmplirylng a ureot in.no.
Marriod lifo is simple. If the husband
i will praise ins wife's dress and she
I feeds him well, then.'will Iwuu bother.
' ?Adams Freeman
Delightful Summer Resort!
NIAGARA FALLS, ONTARIO.
An Ideal Place for Ladies' Summer Vacation.
'li.iro are many Indite who, Uluaaoil \*itii tbo opportunity, apoud their summon
? avay. Number* Ir mt o Month visit t.'iiiiatla and Nia . r i Kall? Tho will tin > an ideal
place 10 Hptnd t olr vaon ion with the -in ei- of Libretto at Niagara falle, Out. Tho
good liitcra h:i\ made a now departuru tbia year, and will take la lita or yonus Kirla as
?umiuer bo.irde a. . ml w Ii gl t- ihoiit overv acconuno latiou ror the prevent tl.ie mit I
the i ml of epteinbor. The eatitiful Academy ol Lorotto, with it* ninaeiv proper ioua,
large and airy to. in-, ia mi I'loil I laoo for minim- r real ?t tlie cm,.10 tinto it i? "f easy ac
eei* to the groat internet and all tho taried uttnt tinna or World-Kaiuori* Niagara Valla,
There will bo no bur a'usoiuo rtilea to observe, autl boarder a an come an I go ub they
pleaar, only being rot|n>red to keep within th.' limita o( retiring boure. The term* will
be toon I nt reasonable, I'ou ilollara a weak wbrro two uceupr the an me room, W a
week each, and w era 1 art\ 01 four or hioro occupy Mine ro in, tT aob, Vor further
partionlara addreaa SIST. Its I'KlllOlt, Lorotto Acado a jr. Niagara fall?, Unt
s? im I.ic it stiu : >.
'J"''-THE e: og; iii rvi R BZ."
I aboauded tucceaioftbe n ? .nil fashionable
niiiuMui i. Miit upuued till season nt Kdgeiuere. U
I., i., i* in Ar einostid Ware Cos ?Im ed nitU?
tri !? sen V'rk I'b ro.ii.1*1 by >!? besl pomil-,
Uuosti rharuttU w tli Its letVtii and abiuduni
li04|Ul?llty. Mil l' ami Mill luiu.: in lulnii i ;
Hny private bat ha, lt-ial as. Ddiiii i-M'rythlng
Unit aaakva seaside IIa- dnligM. I, -..nil ami
otbcrwile. Open till Outobor, v <> i-inulat a.l
dr.>* A. K. Iiii K. 1.... iiuri. Ua slauil, N. V.
OCEAN SHORE PARK HOTEL
ON THE ATLANTIC OCEAN, 1
18 iviil-eis from im o folk
i .Ma eUghtful ocean r sot will be opened
for the reception of gneata-ou uly Itt,
Thiv place oilers espo ial Uraoiloui tor
tlatbiug, hoatiug and ITisbiug Largo ant!
)i|i. laaul i oouia.
Tho < in., in. and Borvlco o\ ollent,
KaV Terms niodorale.
I or rate ' address
ihas. ii. joussto:.. Manager.
Ju2C-tf Virginia Roach,
"warm mm ihm wmi
Warm Spr!nqn. flaili Co., Va,
NOW til'i.N. -J,7in- !.-. i i'lqvatlon. fine
RwimiuiuK I'oola. Doliehil lly cool, Pop?
ular I ii o . Orchestral .Mu4ic?
1 or tcra.s ml resi:
VUHV si I l.l;'.. Mauaeor, or
J! . UOilpTOCK,
ju'-it-liu Itos'i'oout Mtiungcr.
stockton h'jtel, ? kay, & I
Tin-Ctookton Hotel in niienrpasacd on t
At antio i oaiit, I In- - mil irv arrangement*
aro perie t Quo billard tooiits and bowling
allot*, mum concerts nuday?. I'oaril,
Am rirau and I i.r <\ u n piuu, Special nr
i an:;i- liotlts with | art on ? ? -ii ing to l on!mil
any lonctli o! t it <? Addr'osa
HOltAUIC M i \KK. Maungor.
O. W. UUI I.RN \ son. Ownera and I rop.'a.
Cullon I o toill v. V.i.
Tbe oMost Btiminm Itcsort in the Cui o>l
9i.it- a, tin id r'Uhitig, II iting an 1 Itnthing
Itfghl tlillcrom waters White Hod and
Liu .Sulphur. Alum. Iron Arsenic.. Chaly?
beate mil l.itbia. Uti op til t o "Jbreo
Top Range," -Mo> lootabovo the son. Ills
lant'O fr. It ?tr D.lt It Watfirlio!? ouo mile;
distance from SAW It It (Itivertom three
mir; dMiiuoo f rom IIA O (Mlddlolon fnnr
m liH \Nrilo lor ra'ov. Jo U:>m
Alleghany Springs, Va
Tho grentovt dyepo|iaia water known; en?
dorse i by tin- s n;,. , liciii moiety, ah I
aw.iidi.'d koI t tneilal ami diploma at W?.r i'v
l air. Chicago; Moat pnpiitiir hhuidi r re?
volt m tlx* imiuutaiii? u Virginia. Klent
tibu 1.700 loot; Doaniifiil htwii Of
torty hoick: tili? walks and delves good
liyury aud band of niusli-, Terms modi rat-.
Writ tin rirouliir or pamphlet containing
tur-titn n a 1- from prominentpliyviolant ant
oilier parties of oniinniii' (', A.COLIIOI N.
Ir pru' .r K I. MTYLTj, Si; !>.. I'n (I.,
j l; sirlout L'hyii iau. iny'J9-2m
wsm ti springs, m.
TIIK CAM S! IlKSOin IN' TTIE MOUNT?
AINS. (JAPACITV 1,000. iiTKNS Jl KM I.
Rates Reduced One-Mali.
Considering itialily :' i patrons, cbaraoler
iif accotiunodut o. e.
CHEAPEST n 111 Mil
Watori reootnmeudi i i.y irnding phv
Siciaiia. If a unlforcr rroin oouvumptiou,
indigestion, vcroftila. eatariii, tliarrhia.
feniala troubles, etc.. or iiood gaiety, aur
m '.inle t with a superb i-lava of people,
wrltii for paniphlot iiiid l o convinced this is
? patiae a for ? our Irin ?: ?? .
Hr. I-AIMI WIIITli, ol Itiohmond, Mo.ii
cal Direotor. JASJ. A K!..\/ir.i;. Mauagiug
Itocoivet, rnyl'2-eu Mow
Variety Springs, Va.,
FKKItOI. C. ih, VA.
IvMaediately o?i I lieivpi?V ;itj I ' bio Railway.
oiH-iis .1 im. i v. !??!>.">.
Newly (uruiabed. 1 Iccanl fare. Moderate t-.-r.as.
CHAW FOltll .. ICICIIKl.nElb !EB,
laylt-iu.tb > i l'ro|>ri4tora.
VI.LMIl'BD Nl Ml.'. It ok SUMMER
boarders can be sceomntodatod at
BY LAND INSTITUTE
by applying to tin: pritt ipal at oi:oe. Three
iiiiiiniua ride to Norfolk, loity-t'no toi'id
i'olut or Virginia IScavb, twenty to Ocean
fi?w, JisvkSe) v?. JeO-w,ea-tf
si Di 11 c ic ic : sou rs.
FING ASTLE, - - VIRGINIA.
iu tho lllue Iii.ige Mountains. AUitu ,o
2.1 mi lout ill I, iiininer average tempera
tun- i l degree* . Malaria ru.I uto- |Uitoea
iraknow.'i I'ri-iliiiljr mill mil pasteiigor
connections, toleer .plm. etc l.urgv <liu ng
ii i.t. i ilirooui an : twouty-flvo bcdr ???ins
mi.lot tlii? spring. Cmpn ity ISO, World
r?-n i forr?-tiiiignu Ina witter lor liver
and I.- ii? disease*. Hates', Ma to J>8^ ac?
cording to locution, humb'e* hi too \\. spo
i i ll to lantilios. Pour weeks to mouth,
payable weekly. Children under tm h?
rears aud servant hall nriee.
liOWi it IIAYTH.
Owner ami Propi iutor.
Writo f >r descriptive pamphlet, su.t-tf
Virginia'* seaside r sort iu tiio Atlantic
Oci-au, Unrivalled tor us surf-bntbiug ami
uiaguiflecut view ol tbo ocean, inoreaso of
hotel aeeomiiiOil'lious und other improve?
ments Tlioec dodriug plenty ol shooting
mi i llshiiiji e?n lin t 'i at tJobb's island.
Koute We will ui?et da ly tho 11:07 uoith
bound mi l itm i:6l south' bi uti.t train at
Oob is si. Ipu, on the Nnw Vor*. Philadel?
phia! ant Norfolk limit out. Patsrugor*
irnuslerroil to ihIuii'I by atonnior. 'I'orins?
8'/.50 per duyt rrJ per week tper mouth.
P..i- further information address
Col'. ' x SPA DY,
]c0-tu,th,su-3nt Chesapeake. Va.
Fauqitier With c Sulphur Springs
I-Al l.'runt COUNTY. YA.
Hotel Opens Juno 15th.
Wallis an.I Drives. Splea id I ivory, Ten
I ni- '.tins. Pishing, milphnr liaths, l'.ricU
i Hotol, All in., lern ootivouionc?J l or clr
, v.ilsr and hiiorui iiion address
ISO. K I'. tKKIt. Manager,
Pn ui r White Sulphur Springs, Va
Old Point Comfort, Va.
H Y G El A HOTEL.
UutivfiHal as a health au ! plea-uro ro
^rt. luvigoratiug ocean breezes full of
life-giving ozone. New plumbing, perfect
drainage uud all com:ortj ot tho modem
f.nl for tliscriptiva pamphlet,
]o2-sn,w,l 3m P. N. Pi K P. Manager.
Sr. ?^ mrs. wihslqws
bas been nsed for r.liildrcn while teething*
i: soothes ti e ci.ii.;. iiolteu the gums. aL
1? a.. I u a, Oll;?- wi.i I clitill.'. lOgulnbH
ti.o - on.... ii inn) bowels, and is tho bt<st
remedy for diiirrlioa Twenty-Ova .out- .i
bottiu. Sold by all druggist's throughout
tbo world. silC-su w
Slit 8f fl UrfilfJ
Now is tia. Ume t<> uidkl, wbl a
; .1. r aid material h cliiau
LOANS PROMPTLY MADE.
Yon c nan 1,' for jl t |m r wollt1!
i ... tun hi r Intnrmatloii upp r to
[he vmm timm mm
Mi LOAN ISMMlM,
? Mo. 16 0^>?-il* ?t.
VVALTP.lt iLTAVl.OR President.
? . A. NAsll, Vico-I'r.s.bul.
hiilgo \V, N PilltTLUCK, (hm'l Couns?l
0 '.gfjsiac?'- ---^laxBSJi 0
THE MISS VOGELS,
i.ati: OP Uli:
BERUM C?NeFRV?TO?, OF KlUSIC
j TKACIIIylt?OI PIANO, Viol.IN AND
THEORY OR MUSIC,
ACCORUtNO To TUP. LATEST COXSEltVA.
rOUY .mi ihoo-.
Modern l?ngusgc* timirlit practical!*- an l lh*
oretlcallv alter iho wellind ..I the Itcrlln Schoolo
i ;.i.;;i.at<? i>. rci.y piipi.. h arn rapidly tu ipeik
? swell im n a.i mid write. Kighi years ?xpertene*
?orosil Studio with lie vy <ii In I, Maiu tarts*
SC ICOOI.N A N it C]??l,|<BtZKM<
NorroiR Business College
Students admitted ?I any Ilm?, Individual In-;
st ruction. PJvcanl rooms i.. km; the harbor
i'o'ti sexrs? Httideuts assisted liithidi pos iioiin.
Bnsine ? and Short hand Courses. T*i aisiuoslara'.e,
lor lull I a foiraat loo s?ldr??s
I vv. PATTON, Principal.
EPISCOPAL HIGH SCHOOL. I
Near Alexandria, Va.
1- M. Bl ACKFOltD, M. A. Priitcipu.
Tili: I 11 TY-SEVKXTH VP.AR
il" Tills WKI.UKXOWN SCI 1001. POR BOYS,
t paus September 151b, ISM.
Illustrated Catalogue seni mi rpplicatloo.
Bellevue High School
RRDt'OHD ( III VIS, V?.
A thor..ii|tuly equipped scbonl, cotuplei* In Its
sp, ol at ma ms, of nigh n ale for Buy? an l Youag
Mtu. Por catalogue or I nformatl a, aunty lo
W. It, .\ I.HO I I'rla Ipat,
Jtl7-w f.su-2Ut I a.lcTiic r. a
TUnilCOUnQ ,,: l,v* R"'' young nton from
I ;!'...,r uLJ r??rtU,NiMMh l ?ist am! ?Vcai
?BV18 DIILITHRV SCHOOL
K r . atalosm addresi bAVtSMILt PAKT rCIIOOL
nstuD, North < a'rol m. lylO-'.tU.
iOWLlHG GREEN A?
- w"- sro a Chartend
It oi'lO't.ti.ri -.!.oc?l (-f II:.-I:ifc-l...vt r..;.-ilntiun :.li.l
ret* ll.-iiil, r.-,-..r.| |...il.-. i < 'hare . lutv. N? li.idns.
Address John Hart. U.A. Cut \ .... Bowling Urueu.Ya.
IM i IP
CHAR LOTTESV I LLE. VA.
Letters, Science, Engineering, Law, Medicine.
Session beictsia i.Mii September,
Tuition In Academical Schools free to Vlr>
(iuluus. I 'm' cittuloiroof nddrcss
WM. M. IHO?NT0N. LL.U.. Chairman.
f7IliOINIA AOIUCUIjTIJUAL aN n U1S
\ UH.VNIOAL COM,KOK, Blaeltsbarg.
.i a Sonthorn lmtituto of 'leeholo y.
l'weuty*four Instructor*. thorooubly
Dtpiipped si.oi ~. Laboiatories ami luHrm
sry, ? rin of SIM acre*, St sie i eating sail
i leett c i isht- in Hermit .tie*, i ngre
Course- iu Agriculture, Horlionlturo Oivil,
Mechanical mil Kle trieal knglnaering,
vpplioil Oliomiatry ami (leuoral Scienco.
Bbortei roursoi in Practical Agricult re
mid Practical Mechanic*. Total cost for
saswion 61 nine month*, Including tntlou
ii ml otlior Iocs, elotl inn. I loa'r I. wm-liiug,
I Ox i boo is. ii ? lical nt tendance, etc . about
Slifi; eo?t lo State htu loniK tl.'.A- Nml su^
no i I? 'gma September "ist. ISU5. lor
. .. o. ii at ply to J. M. >l BKXi P.. I'll 0.,
1.1. n. r
IIOTKTOI KT SIMtlXtJS, VIUCIMA.
:.i?ri7.". \ ..Him l.adj Huiirdera. The ? ....-t
is I most esUmi *. Ij sip lupml la Virginia Keleetie.
tiicicni nnu lloilrru LiiniriingrK.
Ileraturu, Selon. >ln-ie, \rt mid : In.
.?uiioo. M officers and tust-hera Situated in Vsllcj
I Va., neai Ituanokc. U .m iiiuiu Ki*vMt*rv.
????t ' " i- M.m-r.il IVu.i. .1 ,.??.,?
incus >??;>: lim, l-;>\ Fi.r Urn. i'nt.il..i;iip .-. .i .1 r-rr.
CIIAS. I.. ? ot'H K, Siipi., Itolliu?, \ a.
NKAKI IIARWtTiaVU.I.K, VA.
i ?ir e;.m - anil ? on hi; '|<ii. Sand fori
u-a'o-iio. JOHN It. SAltl*ON. A M..
?1C-* d isi i iln IpaL
?Con.iuete i t>y tho ?
BROTHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN
-itnati-l upon the ?'ono >.f one of the pi
tiiru.-? no bills overlooking KbLlOi'l"!'
? l V, IIOWAItn CO.. Mil, Sciont Oe, ?l.s
ai.-rti i onimct i ll' curses ?n l a Preparatory
Con i-o for smiill l>o>-. Siudent* ;.r.. re
.iive.l m boarders or >tav RObola's. lor
enrticulars address URO. MAU1C OB Pism.
NEWPORT HEWS IMLltfllN BCflDEIflY.
a school o:' iii^-li gnitlo for boys ami young
iiicu. I rcparea lor anv Cohere or I ni
versity or active lifAll the uio lom con
venioneos ol the Jay. Address U.W. U1 K -
Ian, Principal Ndwport News, Va Opens
Bebte ubct II, 18 ju".0-iiii
SCHOOLS ami lOM.KiKN.
TbeScbo t ha- bei ii renriganiztd nud i ut fully
alir>-:iai of the ilmea in all approved methods.
All branches will be laiiuM by compeiem in?
elructor?. ii e Principal? r the 1 nloreioiliele anil
uflb* I'rniiary I e|iattiuents I olb .unieto ui ivitta
ixpcricn r In luachiilK children, und iteili fr.iu?
t!i- IkmI <? ti alia Of method* I >r tl air ilepirtiuents.
"areuts may ?<?! assured that their children ?II*
e ? Ivo here advantage! no' ml rinr tu tno=e tbaa
nlgln bo obtained in any i-ity in tbecointrr.
Catalogues mar Is- obtained from
Capt. A. P. Piter, Principal*
jv n-eoiUm At tba College.
Cfl'lfPt 1 Prepare! tor iiovutn?
fiaaialaall | Ultnl AcadeuiltV l'ul?
VIRGINIA. jPetlial AcaJ-iny p. (X
For Young[ Ladies and Little Girls
Thorougbiiess und : ig i standard oC
icholurvbip, intelligent rare of be lt'i, hp<j
cih| advaula oh in Ullfclo, Art. ?.?
und Klocntiou ara il stluotivecharaoteristToa
o; tbta Kcboo .
Twenty-sixth scholastic jour commences
September lltli, IbSft. i-oii I for catalogue*
MICHES FIN NEY,
Iu3-6w Box Sfttti, Sn il oik. Va,
Conrioe for Degrees, with Elective*. AIf?
'otnmarcial un i Preparatory Con race. Lib?
rary of l .'.IK'U volumes. Working Luborn
toiy. <iood morale and iliseiulin*. s %
churches?v-o i^irrooius. tteautiful. lieutb
f..i mountain location. Expense* very mou
orato, niuv be rod icod to rial lorieasiou of
nine months. In reaving paironauo Irons
mini. States an I several toieniu countries.
iM year bsjum Sept. loth. Catalogue,
with viowi, tree. Addrosa.
il LICS I>. DREHER.
Ju3-w.vu.fr l m,w2t President.
Pnr YOUNG LADIES. Roanoke Va.
i im ii - - 12,1895. One of the U adiug Se/iooi*
for Voting Ladles In the Month. Magnificent
buildings, all modern Improvements. Oanipuv
ten at r< t Urand mountain acenery in Valley OC
Va.. famed inr health. European and American
teacher*. Full course. Pu|?crior advantages In
Art and Music. Students Iran twenty States?
g\>r catalogue* address the Pr?sident,
W. A. 11AIiI: I -. i). ! >.. Uoanoke, Virginia.
IV ICH MOND FEM AI E '1 MINAItV
It ?? ,r -imi;i. i Sr., ItiouMoan, V 'a
JOHN II PoWRI U I'rln Ipal,
MUST O.PEVTOX, Also late Principal,
ib ? twenly-ihiid m Ion ol Ibis Roarditif. aa<l
[>nj ? it... ; ?ill begin September 20th, uti, aaJ
cloMiJiiec 1Mb, 1*116.
C.n . .. Iidiii Ion frou Primary Is) Collegiate
? I -ii .. - ill i II aii-l l.lire Iglt. The le-v udvannse"
in Music ah an i Languages.
Uivhniinid utters liiany advantage! for Improve*
meet in i.o inr.>. Com -u-. etc.
I . i ?I dall . ip| l. for . atologUQ In the l'riuii|iau
Virginia Military Iinstitute.
KB'th Yrar Plate Military. Scientific and Tcebel?
cal School, Tbo ongh Conraes iu general and a|S*
plied Chemistry, and In Eugluiering. I ogr*ea?
conferred In course Urad; V. M. I, and llaenelof
S lence In I'? t Ond. cmisc*. Master Bciei'.cv.
ri.: Engineer. All exronst-s, Including ulothiugt
an! Incidentals, provided at rate -i 9M.3U oejo
month, aa an avera;t forlhefeui years, exclusive)
i.l.N si TT SII.IIMa Superintendent.
1875 SuffoiK uHiiiirary nc3?cmy-Ta"a57
I'roj arcs I.ovk and young men for bu I
no--, ?ii i oiii g.-. or University. Eqiiipnedi
with nioilerti e noat>oual appliances. Cadets
ir in eight StatuK lavt -is-ion. Send lor
handsome il usirated catalogue.
JOSEt'll KINO, A. M., I cinoipal
InlS-an.t i tii.lm sniioik. Ys?
ill sfi JOSEPirs COLLKOE.
I* I Course of studies: Classical. Seiun?
titi.' and Comtuorc al. Teruia Uoardertv.
per voi.ion ??; live UKintbv. ?115. Hiiiiile-si
?il be revttniod on MONDAY, Miptomber it.
IS'J i. A oi l
HBO, JOSEPH, Director.
Carroll Station, ltaltiiui.ro. M.?.
I Hon.I for catalogue. Jyl2-Sni
Danv/lllo IVlilltcjrv Inotituiu,
V I I'll IN I A, IMS' IL E.
f.. c I? . I ?sca'.S lent ? au i n.iini S.ioo',
AI op ?aar - .. i-iv r. .Ii aad tue .nmeua
a h -I-. Fin liiistraiciiiaittlog u ?ddio/s
iy-J siu vi...111 i in i. U. SAbMlKtrb.Sup'l
WASHINGTON &, LEE
i'MVKRSITV, l.cxlnjllnn, Virginia.
Academic; Law Engineering, openc*
Sept. Uiii. For catalogue address
O. W. C. LEE, I'reildont,
Special Bargains in Clothing:.
In order to make room for the approaching Fall Sea?
son, wc have divided out Light Colored Suits mto ihre?
lots and fixed the prices at $6, $7.50 and $9 per suit. Tho>
regular prices of these goods were $10, $12.50 and $i5,aint
there is not a suit among the whole lot that did not cost
from lo to 25 per cent, more than the present selling price.
This sale will heyin TO-DAY, July 16, and continue
untd the entire lot is disposed of. EARLY BUYERS
GET THE BEST.
157 MAIN mtEET, SOUTH