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Millionaire Henry Griesedieck
Placed Under Arrest.
Failed to Declare Valuables. The In?
spectors Found $2,000 Worth of
Goods in His Baggage. Will
Have to Pay a Large Fine
and May Go to Jail.
When the big steamship Colombia of
tho Hamburg-Amcrlcau line labored in?
to her dock in Hpboken the oilier day,
hundred.* of happy face?; peered over her
taffrails Into smiling faces on tho pier
i>elow. It was a joyoos home coming of
tourists. Custom officers in uniform
Stood around with declaration papers in
their hands. Tho tourists came down
th? gangplanks. Qudor the great lottur
Q which BWnng above a tangled mass
of. luggage on the right of tho pier a
nervous crowd scxni gathered, awaiting
tlheir turn to have their trunks and grips
nnd bandboxes turned topsy turvy by
Uiiclo Sam's agents.
Among them stood a tall, broad
shouldered, splendidly proportioned
xuau. A brown Fedora hat was tossed
hack on his broad forehead, and be wore
a tight fitting gray suit of fashionable
"That is Henry Qriesediook, the mil?
lionaire brewer of St. Lou*), " the home
oomers said to' their friends. "Ho'h u
jolly good fellow, and he made himself
mighty ogrcoablo to everybody on the
Tho customs oPdcerswo.ro a loug time
.reaching Mr. Gncscdhvk's baggage, and
ho stood there nervously mopping per?
spiration front his brow. At last the
customs officers reached him. One of
thexn held tho millionaire's declaration.
It described : "Two valises, two trunks.
Nothing dutiable. " Attached to it were
ihn usual form of oath and tho signa?
ture, Henry Griosodiock.
"Nothing dutiable, I believo, sir,"
eaid the customs officer politely.
"Oh, no. Nothing indeed," roplicd
"Your keys, ploasw," said the officer,
and Mr. Griosedlock handed them ovor.
A' custouiH examination is merely
eursnry in most instances, and the uni?
formed officers performed their task in
a parfnuctory way. They ran their
hands through the contents of the mil?
lionaire's bags und trunks, tumbled
thorn up a little, marked them with
chalk and were going on to tho next
batch when a little gray boarded man
in citizen's clothes stopped up uud said :
"Hold on there, sir! If you please, I
think I'll tuko a look through these my
Bolf, if you please."
"What do you mean, sir?" criod Mr.
?Qriescdieok. "Who aro you to dare to
toko such a privilege:"
"Donahue's my name, sir," said the
little mnn. "I uui a United States cus?
toms inspector, and I think a more rigid
examination is necessary in this case. "
"This is an outrage," cried Mr.
?Grioscdiook, but he turucd pale. Tho
passengers crowded about.
"Why, this is Mr. Griosodiock, tho
8t Louis millionaire," thoy cried iu
unison. "Surely von have made a mis?
Then a tall man with a brown mus?
tache, apparently a civiliau, also
camo up. He was United States In?
spector of Customs Brown.
"Wo know of Mr. Griosodieek, and
our duty is a painful one. Wo only trust
we wili discover nothing to bis dis?
credit," said be to tho crowd.
The two officers went to work. In the
firstvali.se they found a gontleinan's
hunting case repeating watch of Swiss
"This is not declared," said In?
"Oh, I have boon voiy foolish," said
tho big runn, and his knees trembled,
and two kind friends lod him to a seat
near by. Win n the customs officers
completed their examination, they mudo
their inventory of dutiable goods found
in Mr. Groisedieek's effects as follows :
Gentleman's gold watch, four ladies'
hunting cuso watches, flvo gold chains,
two diamond, ruby and sapphire rings,
ono pair diamond sleeve buttons, nine
tablooloths, seven dozen napkins, three
bolts of r,ilk (51 yardsi, six pairs of kid
gloves, fear pairs uf silk gloves, sovon
toon pockotknivos, one bronze candle?
stick, uino cigar cutters, one silver
Tho value of the goods was estimated
at $U,000. Each nrticlo was doubt It .-.-> a
gift for somo ouo near Mr. Griesodieck.
"I admit I have made a grave mis?
take," said Mr, Griesediock, "and I am
ready and wiHing t>> pay the duty on
them. How much is it?"
"Wo regret that it is too late,'' said
tho iuHpectorfi. "Wo will have to place
you under arrest."
' Tho smuggled goods wero sent to tho
barge office, und Mr. Griosodieek was
taken before United States Commis?
sioner Romaina in Jersey City, who
hold him in $1,COO bail Mr. Griese
dicck deposited that sum with the com?
missioner and was released,
Henry Griesediock is of German do
acont. From boyhood he was tltrifty,
early showing One business judgment.
Bo is, it is said, several times a mil
lionairennd is president of tho National
Browing company and of the St. Louis
Waiting company. Ho had been abroad
Tho duty on Mr. Griesdieck'a goods
was ouly $100. Now ho is liable to a
fine of $4,000, or double the value of
the goods, or imprisonment for a term
of jours, or both.?New York World.
Tho Humane socioty ox X'tttsburg has
decided that, young girls must ceaso seil?
te? paper* tho stroe
Tb? Churning Tip* of \Vomnnhoo4.
Dr. Nellie V. Marie rend boforo tbo
nluwuui reunion uf ]juthc<rville semina?
ry n witty and able paper upou "Tho
Changing Tytio of Wiimiuihood. " She
"When wo look back aud think of (ho
wonderful progress women havo made
in Science, litcrnturo and art, in all tbo
professions and in all avenues of work;
when we see tbo largo numbors of wom?
en's clubs aud associations that aro
springing op all over tho country, and
with worn an suffrage coming ou npaco,
we are fain to stop and ask, 'Whoro uro
we atf and aro reminded of tbo story
of a gontlainan who, entering u depot,
mot an exproesnian coming out with a
dog under hie arm. Tho gout louutn ask?
ed, 'Whoro i* that dog going?' Tho ex?
pressman savagely replied, 'You don't
know whoro ho's going, ho don't know
whoro he's going, 1 don't know whoro
hi?'a going, nobody knows?he's ate hie
tag.' Aud eo it is with womou. They
Room to havo oaten their tage and found
it a very comfortable bite. Ami while
wo inuy uot know whore thoy uro drift?
ing wo havo faith that whatover tin y
do in their womanly way will hofor tho
good of humanity and tho perfecting of
their sox. "
Thn Tip or tliu Hut.
Aud now it may not cotno umiss to
discuss tho now tip to the hat. Tho Eng
lish taught last winter that tho correct
position was to wear one's hat on tho
hack of ono's head. So far did tho udvo
oatos of this roforui go that tho English
bath bun was called into piny to support
the ohopoau. Whetlior wo will U> Eng?
lish or BVench is uow tho quest ion. Our
Gallic sisters havo dooidod to run conn
tor to their frionds across tho channel
and insist uiwii tho new tip, which is
decidedly over tho eyes. True, tln> Brit?
ish girls wear very small hondgoar?t ho
Dutch bonnet, as an instance?while the
French ding with wise pertinacity to
thoeo picture hats that become tho ma?
jority of faces. This hat to tho Parisian
mumluinn is not properly placed unless
it goes far over tho eyes, hiding every
trace of "bang;" but, then, the French?
woman is no longer wearing n forohehd
curl?sho is poiupadouriug her hair.
Probably with a hit of wisdom she chaee
this stylo for tho summer because sho
has rccognixod the impossibility of kcop:
iug ono's hair iu good order during the
heated season.?Chicago Inter Ocean.
A Woman's Benefactions by will.
Tho will of Mrs. Mary R. Turner,
lato i>f Randolph, widow of Royal W.
Turner, tiled in the Norfolk registry at
Dedham, contains the following public
bequests: Homo For AgodConples, Bos
ton, $11,000; deomeu's Friend society,
Doston, <:t,000; Homo For Little Wan?
derers, Boston, $3,000; Kindergarten
For tho blind. Boston, 15,000; Centra)
Cemetery association, Randolph, $l.
OuO ; parsonage fund of the first parish,
Randolph, $3.000; Home For Aged
Men, Boston, $2,000 ; Home For Aged
Women, Boston, $2,000; Now England
Hospital Fin-Women and Children, Bos
ton, $0,1)01); Massachusetts Charitablo
Eyo and Kar infirmary, Boston, ooo;
Massachusetts General hoepitul, Boston,
to bo used in providing free beds, $f>,
000; IhoBcthesda society, S3 Rutland
street, Boston, $2,000. All the residue
of her estate, after paying the above
and certain private bequests, goes m
equal shares to the Massachusetts hos?
pital, Dome For Aged Conplcs, Home
For Aged Men, Homo For Aged Women
and Kindergarten For the Blind.?Dos
Coiuioi-iablt- Summer Underwear.
Summer uudorwear should be at once
healthful aud comfortable, writes Ihu
bol A. Mallon in The Ladies' Homo
Journal. It needs to have a cortaiii
quality of lightness in weight, and yi I
it must be sufficiently warm t-> keep
oiio from getting that very undesirable
illnoss?a summer cold. Tho fact that
even the lightest of cotton gowus is lined
has made the. elaborately trimmed nil
derbodice of littlu use, aud when such
bodices are worn they are made quite
plainly, being in reality nothing more
than well fitted corset covers. A light?
weight cambric without dressing, and
which is known in England as "long
cloth," is greatly liked for suminor un?
derwear, as it is (pate as cool as linen
and dotvi not tend to give one even the
momentary chill which is the peculiar?
ity i if linen. This cloth is used for night
dresses, drawers, wash petticoats, and,
if they ore worn, chemises, Tin s, last
aro seldom seen, the knitted cotton or
silk vest lieiug better liked ami cooler.
Didn't Know Ucr Customer.
Princess Christian is perhaps tho best
known ( f Queon Victoria's daughters
and is always actively engaged in phi]
nnthropic causes. At a recent bazaar
sho was scon going from stall to stall
making purchases, Prince Christian
good uaturedly stowing away tho small
parcels in his pockets. One article pur?
chased, however, was of considerable
Bizo, so tho attendant put the qui tii n,
! "Shall I scud it for you, madam?" To
: which tho princoss made answer: "Oh,
yos! Send it to Buckingham palace, if
1 you please." "To whom shall I address
it':'' wits the next query, und her royal
highness, who dearly loves it joke, gave
the prince a comical warning look and
said, "Address it to Mrs. Christian.
Tho attendant Was quite unsuspicious of
the rank of her customers, mid so the
parcel was duly dispatched to "Mr.-.
Christian, Buckingham Palace."
Harrington Ort? a Iterth.
Ex-Chief of tho Weather Bureau at
j Washington Mark W. Harrington was
: elected president of tho University of
I Washington iu Seattle, Wash., and hw>
begun by ypw tluWw* ,
Oft l recall, my frluiid uf friends.
The duy? wu tilled with Juy.
When y..u won- Juxt n litt 1? glrl
And I u hnppy liuy.
When you would say, "Now lot us play
That I'm a lady fair
And you n knot who bring? a ring
And ro*>s for my hair."
Hlnco that glad Ulna full many n year
Has all too quickly flown,
Au l many ?sniila haa ootua tin* whiiu
Fur ova ry grief we've known;
Th<- piilneu uruiid which then WO planned,
In dreams of long ago,
1? ours today, fur atlll wu play
Tliu tiling* wu wish urn so.
And that H why, my friend of frinnds.
Our Uvea uro nll.id with Joy,
For you are still my pretty girl
And I your happy boy.
And no t,i i:e- you'll always bo
A Indy HWOot and fair.
And I a klug whu brines n ring
And rums for your hair.
?Nixon Waterman in 1. A. W. rtullftta.
FREE WOOL A GOOD THING.
Blany He.i Mills Iu Operation, and the
Price Still Uolng Up.
Disasters to the wool market predicted
by Republican protectionists whon the
Wilson hill was passed arc not coining
into heing. The market is very netlvo at.
present Mild it promises to continue SO
for some time.
"Reports roceivod from the leading
markets of the country indicate that
there is no react ion in the upward move?
ment in t he price of wool," says t ho
American Wool and Cotton Reporter.
"In the past week?second week of .Inly
?in Unmorons instances a further ad?
vance of 1 cent per pound has been es?
tablished, and it is sate to say that dur?
ing the past fortnight there has been an
average rise of M cents. "
This report comes from a " pr< itoction"
journal. Continuing, the paper says in
the Sumo article, a doublohoaded edi?
torial: "Our semiannual record of new
mill construction for the first half of
1805, to which wo devote considerable
space iu this issue, muk?s ti significant
and gratifying showing. It furnishes
convincing evidence that the clouds of
depression 'have been giving way and
that a period of prosperity is developing
in textile lines. "
Tho record referred to shows that 118
new woolen mills have been established
or projected and started in the United
States this year us compared with 17 in
tho corresponding period of tin- la.-t
year of MoKinlcyisui?an Increase of
10(1 p. r cent.
Freu wool seems to be a good thing
for the woolen trade, for consumers and
for the Country generally.?Si. Louis
lo marlc a Historic luvrrn.
A statuo iu btouzo of a catamount is
to bo erected on a granito pedestal to
mark tho site of the old tavern at Den?
ning ton, Yt., in which were huld the
councils of military and state officers iu
Revolutionary days. Tho tavern had a
swinging siguboaid on which was
painted a catatuouut us. an emblem of
defiance to the British lion. Hence it
was called tho Cut amount tuvc.ru.
All Awful Shock.
j Tho uews of Librarian Spoflord's
shortage foil upon the people with a
shock such us might have been occa?
sioned by the discovery of it mistake in
tho multiplication table. ? Chicago
Modest -tu? Vet.
Tho capital of the reurguui'/ed
Whisky trust is only $H.ri.liuO,uUO, which
is a very modest figure for a trust. It
i usually takes about nine figured to ab
sorb the water. ? Boston Herald.
Morgan's Buast Saw, a Populist organ
iu Arkansas, is receiving rognhir com?
munications purporting to oome from
hades and signed by Baton.?Hicknoll
Her Right Arm Paralyzed!
Saved From St. Vitus Dance.
"Our daupliter, Blanche, now 15
yours of age, had been terribly af?
flicted with nervousness,and hat!
lost t lie entire use of her right, arm
We feared St. Vitus dance, and
tried the best, physicians with no
benefit. She has taken 3 bottles of
Dr. Miles' Nervine ami has gained
31 lbs. Her nervousness ami symp?
toms of St. Vitus dance arecntire?
ly gone; she attends school regu?
larly; has reeovt red complete nor of her
arm, and her appetite is splendid."
MKS. lt. K. BULLOCK, Brighton, N.Y,
Dr. Miles' Nervine
r>r. Miles' Ncrvlno Is sold on u posit Ivo
iiuriiutrn that the first bottle will Ueno
t. All druggists sell It ut ft, 0 bottles *S.
or will lie. sout prepaid on receipt of prlco
t,v lir >'ih.s Medical i .... Elk hart. Ind.
Sold by All Druggists
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's proscription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Pare^orie, Drops, Soothing Syrups, und Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant, Its guarantee is thirty years* use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea
?the Mother's FricutU
"Caatoiiataao well adapted to children that
1 r.nuiuud it aa nu|H'rlur toouy |irescrlptlon
known to nto," II. a. AacUEH, M. d.,
Ill So. Oxforil St., llri?>klyn, N. Y.
"Thousoof 'Castoria' Is s<? universal and
Its merits so ?roll known thai it sc, ins a work
of supererogation to endono it. Fow uro tlio
intelligent fuinlllcs who do not keep Castoria
wriUin: cosy reach."
CaULOS ilARTVN, D. D.,
Now York City.
Cnstorln, cures Colic, Constitution,
Hour Stomach, Dial rlicea. Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives Bleep, und promote* di?
Without, injurious medication.
"For poTPral years I have recommended
'Castoria,' and shall always continue to do
no, as it has Invariably produced beuolleial
KOWIS K. l'AHOEE, M. T>.,
123th Street und 7th Ave.. Nuw York City.
The CesTAcn Conr>a.?rr, 77 Mcuhay Stuckt, New You City.
S i_j rn m <s r Resort!
NIAGARA FALLS, ONTARIO.
Ideal Place for Ladies' Summer Vacation.
There an- mauv Ih ii, a Who, Id.. I with tho opportunity., speurl thoir tutuui i?
away. Numbers In nil u South visit Canada and Niagara lall?. They vfdl tin I an ideal
|,laco to spend t air vaca ion with the Maters o( i-oretto at Niagara Falls. Out. The
KOod eiett rs llavi made a new deparluro tins year, aud will take la liea or young girls a
?munter boar do I, and ? ,1 gito them every acoomuiodatiou lot tbo present time nut I
the end of September, 'lue ieaut'.fiil Academy el Loretto, with its massiv.- propur iouu.
largo and an y rooms, is ,n idosl blaoe for SUUlllier l i st at tue same tune it is of easy ac?
cess io Hi" uieat cetera t ?nd all the varied attra tiom or World-Famous Niagara Falls.
There will lie no bi.rdeusome rules to observe, aud boarders cau come an I go as they
please, ouly bel?g retpiirad tu keep within th- limita of i otiung houi s. The terms will
In- I.miel iplite reasonable. Teu dollars a Wenk vi here two occupy the smile room, is a
week each, and wl ere >. i artv ot leur or more occupy haute ro .m. 07 ? aob. For further
particulars address sisTMi 8UTKIU0H, l.oictto Academy., Niagara Fulls. Out.
SI 'I II I It l( IMIII S.
In tho lilue lii.lKu I o at .in- Altilu io
2,(1(111 tuet. Midsummer average tempera
tare M degrees nalariu au,I mosujiiitoes
iiDkuuwn I'li-dail* m il and pausender
eouuectioue. telegraphs oic. Uarg? ilin'UR
hall, ballroom au,l twenty-live, bedrooms
?.hie I Ulli spring. ??i tclty 160. World
renowned ferro-inuKue?iau water f>>r liver
hui kidne diseases. Kates, #18 to t2? ac?
cording to loeation. number in room, Hpe
cial to lamilios. Pour weeks to month,
|iii\able weekly ( hihtrou nnilor twelve
veam an I servant Ii ill i 0.
Owner slid Propi iotor.
Unto I ir descriptive pamphlet, su.t-tf
\1.IM1IKD NUMIIU1I OF SUMME?
hoard-is Can lu ,,. comnioduted at
by applying to Um \ rlu I pal at onoo. Throe
niluutee'ride to Norfolk, foity-flvu to til.I
l'ouit ? i Virginia beach, twenty to Oeeau
Viow, lierkioy, \a. )e9-w,sa-tf
mtlXCESs asm:i jiMv,vo-wrr
lu the Clerk's Office ol Itte Circnb r ain of
1'ii i.s- Anne county, on the I9lu day uf Amti-i,
1 he Zells iliiano (Viupsny, n corpniaiion d >
ehnrtered under the iav?>',,r ibe ?aeof Mary?
land, whose princl| si oIBi is iu the > uy el Bdd
O.I Vinning au I Kllin A. 1 leplaff, his wit:
.Intiti W. buchsnsn. Win. J Whli-hurst and .1..
Line Stern, trustees, Thi riluiatdau, I ml.ling
mot Loan Ass ,' nlloti, "I I li bill nd Va , a iO -
roratlon duly eurtered anile. Dm- lawsol lbe
Biaieei Virgin.* and the Ksritte a' M sou la: tar
lug ( 'ompa y.> pural on did) cht r., r d ander
Iba law? ol the Male ol Vn. niu ...Dste dsuu
IN i MAM IUV.
The "hje< t ol tin- -all k to let aside und i.nonl
. u nit ifredi made bj 0 I l lung and wile lo
John W. Bu Iisiisu,ol d.ite. i, p ttivelr, Julr the
is h and .''ill., ISM. and t i mb.e i hi- prorerli in
li e lull meat Ontu convey*,! | certain deeds lo
Ibepariueol ?I the debt du? ihcptftlnitl of tta
?rttn inten.t from .Inly i i.i.vS. And affidavit
I hiving beeu mads Ibal them I* no agent <,( 1 lie
i.lam', an lluildln* end I ?..h \.... ft it o' li'eh
und, Va . or ol th, Kur.iurs' Manufscluring < u ,
i the couuty of Irin..:,- Aime, wherein the um
louiuieuced andltisl there ij? uo other person in
i.' ai.i to inly ea wh a. ih i. ran be service of
i,- precess.as afo r-ald. they are require I tP ass
iar in the rirtk'a lB In i n- u dsvt sfler due
I 1.11 Hi .0 Ina hereof, and do win: may bo necessary
topt d< i ihelr hilsr. -t.
A c p t. sie:
a B KLLl.AM. C. C.
. M. KEI i iso, |>.o. u iM-w Iw
In .SU t,ni,r. n..?....i. . . . ?1 "
I la IS hoars Gonorrh? a uni
I ?Uschaiyoaironi Urn urinary or.
I trans, arrested hy BsoUl MM/
Vice 61. 01' AJ.I.lirimal.t<i.V
?Ii HIHI KM ItKNOttTK.
OCEAN SHORE PARK HOTEL
ON THE ATLANTIC OCEAN.
18 rVlIL-ES FROM NORFOLK
i itie cii^iitful pceau r sort win i>e opened
lor tuereeoptioii of ^ui-?i- ou .mly i-t, laus,
l'liin place oilers uapoeisl attreatloui for
Duthiuit, boating und Piahiug. Large and
lhu cuisine and lerTice excellent,
av Terms moderate.
I or rates address
? has. II. JOEINSTON, Manager,
JuttMl Virginia lleach.
WARREN WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
C. W. UUliLBN .V SUN. Owners und l'rop.'a.,
Collen I Oitottiee. Va.
Tliu oldest Summer Uoaurt iu thu Hui ed
SintiH. lio d iDoatius and llatliing
big hl dilforeui walurs- Wliile, lind und
bine. Sulphur, Alnm. Irou Arsenic Ohaly
l'Biitu ami l.itllia, On inp oi the "ilueu
Top Hau?.'. ' 2,1011 feet Kl,,,vo the sou. Dis
lanco from It A I) It II lAVntorlicUioue mile;
distance from N A W K li . Ilnerton tliruu
mile*i dtstanoe from IIA O iMi.tdleion four
null? Write lor rale*. jn.O-Um
STOCKTON HQTELj_CAPE W, I J,
Tiie stookton lintel ib uuaurpaaaed on Ilia
At until'i oa t. The aauttary anaugemeuti
are per.m l. lino blllard room* and bowliug
alle>- Sacred coucertl Mindays. Itoard,
American aud Knro|>e u pi.m Special ar
runKements wiiii parlloa dealring to remaiu
any longtli of t me, Addreai
HOltAOE M PAKE, Manager.
Old Point Comfort, Va.
L'ni iv alle 1 ai a health and plrnsuro re?
tort. Invigorating ocoau bre0/.ee full of
life-giving oxone. Now plutubiug. porfuot
drainage aud all comtorts Of tue modern
Rend for diaeriptlvo pamphlet.
je2-iu,w,l :)iu 1 . N. P1K12, Mauager.
Virginia's seaside resort iu tho Atlautio
Oeeau, Unrivalled for its nurf-bnlbiug aud
magnificent Tiow of the oeeau. inoreasu of
hotel acoominodatioiia mid utber improve?
ment*. Those desiring plenty of shooting
and ?shiug can liud it at Cobh's island.
Koilte; We M ilt nie, t da lv the 11:117 UOltb
bound and thu 1:51 axiith' i,. und irmu at
Colitis Hi.inon, on the New York. Philadel?
phia and Norfolk Itailroad. Passengers
irnnsierrod tu lilan I by stuamor. 'forms?
tV.SU p<>r day: *I'J per wind. $10 per mouth.
For further information addreai
COltu * Sl'Aliy,
]eli-tu,th,su-UUi Chesapeake. Va.
NOIIOOLK A NO ??II Kill.
M'HOiM.s >NP COl.I.EUKS.
MONROE PARK, RICHMOND, VA.
Founded Id 1869. Session opens Frlduy, September IW. Kiee fnlverdty men ami ouo Bud*
ness l ulle*e arudualu ttHehing in L'ppir Scbool; IhriD tallies in the Laiwer. Hull lor 189I--5?131. ,
I're pa lea hoys lor any American Uuhcrsliy or Collate, or for the Military, Naval ami Technical
School* For "Uuiveisity and Culture lleeord." oud lor particulars as lo tho Mbool, terms, vie, ap
plv for culaleguc.
?ul4-w.l,au JOHN 1\ MtQUIKK, No. 7 N. Iklvidcro strett.
Haddington Building. Students Admitted at any Time.
Thorough Instruction in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Penmanship, Type-writing, k, k
Individual instruction, hoth boi-.b. Kvorv porson iltodM bare a I'rac'tcal liuaiuued
Kducatiuu. No oilucntiuu is complete without it for full iuformatiou ?iidre?a
1. W. PATTON. Principal.
Mill Hfl I.M AIVI* ^ , > i. i ii s.
Classical School for Boys.
MISS BESSIE L. FITCHETT
will open hoi LlaBBical School luv liovs at ?4
lluku street, ILiUUsUAY, SEPTEMBER
2i}th. is-;., for turtbur Information ad?
dress her, until aft. r September 20tb, earn
COL. It. *. UattH.
iiuiO tf Lexington, Va.
A u.'huol for hoys possessing coi tain die
tluotive advantages wmoh may bo Buiiimod
Up ua follows:
1 Its brued eurrlculum.
9, li- spirit ol progress.
a. Iii wbolesoui ? uuetpllue.
?i. i l.o continuity ol iii coarse through
bolbeleincntnry sad secondary n'adoa.
ft. it-, thoroughness.
0. 'I be social -lunling i r Its patroua.
7. li- 2-aero playground.
8 l.o 111 . i.' 11v.> 11
f. Ita moderate charge>.
It would bo easy to mention other advan
tngiB winch ii might well possess, hut duns
not yet '.hat it OOOlbiuca moie than any
otllbr bo\s school in this section is frei re?
cogui/ed. Its livo ii ale toueherH uro tea.-h
ers by olioiue ami pt ohgeHiou. It* graduates
Iihvo i eon ailmittoit lo.lohns Hopkins Univ.,
Univ. of Va., Troy Polytechnic, [.obigli
Uni\.. sto\ilie. West Point arid Himllar in
Next seisloti begins (September 25. Cata?
logues, lea.ly August 12.
ROBT. W. TUNSTALL, B. A.,
?1CIIMOND FEM A LR SEMINARY
IV No :, K.si iiK.n i Si., ItitiisioNO, V .
.TORN 11 POWELL Principal.
If HS. T ii. PEYTON, Asso late Prlni l|isl.
Th? iweuty-lhtrd sei lou ol this hoarding ami
Day School sill begin Bmt ember 28th, l?t>5, sml
. 1.June l ah, ImiG.
Course oi litat nteilon from Primary to Colleg'nte
Deparimeiil fill and Ibrough. Tho best advantage*
in Music, .Vi an.I I.in.gauges
Itlclimoud oh"vrs many advantages f ir Improve
uieiu in la-, lures, Concerts, etc.
Fur details, apply for eatototue lo the Prinoipsl.
Near Alexandria, Va.
1- M. BIJtCKr'OflD, M. A. Principal.
THE Kir TV-SEVENTH YEAK
of Tills WELL-KNUWN BCIIOOI. EOU noYs.
open., September .'.Mb, l
Illustrated Catalogueseul on application.
WASHINGTON & LEE
l"NIVKKSITY, Lexington, Virginia.
Aeadetule; Law; Engineering. Opens
Sept. I2tb. For l Utulouno uddresa
<j. \V. U. LEE, President.
Believue High School,
iti.nt<?iti? ontiMiT, va.
a thoroughly equipped school, complete In Its |
appointments, of ti 1^1? grade for Hoys and Young
Mill, l oi catalogue oi Information, apply to
W. It. AliHUI I im. ipal,
J? 17-vr f.su-Wt He lei im P. O.
BQWUNG GREEN A^1'
l-f i'l'.tf uloi jr uchOOl of Ihtt liiuiir^t npul M ii>u unit
mm. HmHU raoorri i-w f . Char*** low. No liuz ..
A?ilru*? JuLu H.ii 1, M. A. U.crf \ u.. Uowlius ?i cuu.Vi?. J
SiQunton Female seminary. Siaunkm va
Ol l und well-known. Teachers from h ad?
ing i'oltegee. Mush- taught hv i .,.1 lute: of
Conservatories of Lgipsie ami Uerllu. Art
aud Elocution biiporior.
auB-eoddtWlm JAM. WILLIS, Principal.
i'reparea for Uuve
, nt Academh s. I
ereil a s ami Ilm
1 Ma It A. Mi Im 1 in:,
VlhUlINlA. j l.clhel Academy P.O.
M.Alt CIIAKLOITESVILLE, VA.
lor Uli JS Ull'1 * OH 111.' ill <-til Setlll fol
i a-.. ogue. JOHN It. SAMPSON, A M..
jy h -e ..I 1 ?t Prlii ipal.
ROCK HILL COLLEGE,
?Conducted by tho ?
BROTHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN
Situated upou lite slope of one ol the pu
turooiitie bills ovorlookiug ELLIOOTT
OITY, HOWARD < O., III). Bcient He, flas
?leal, Common ial Courses aud a Preparatory
('oii'xe for small boys. Hiuduuts are rs
ceived i h hoarders or day sobolais. lor;
particulars addraes DUO, MAUHIOK Presi
dent jy2l-J ii
133 GRANBY ST.,
OPENo ftiESDAY. ^OCTOBER ISI. .895.
The lonr departments, rioiilori Junior.
Priumry sml Kiiidurgarti-u will bo under
the charge of thoroughly qnalllled and nota?
bly successful t sobers. Bpecial attention
given to Languages nil I llusi . Tho Kni?
ll rgarton Offers exceptional advantages for
the seieutino training ..f littio children. \
few- boarder-, will he acooinmo latod. t ircu
lars at hookstoroa. For furthur informa?
MISS AONES DOCOLAS WKHT,
Ai-ting I rin ipal,
138 Oranby atrect. Nor.oik. Va.
l'orsoual n.ioiv lown at the i.ou-.u aftor I
Mli(MI|,S AM? L'OIJ.KUKI?,
MAUKUAM, 1-Ai guiEH CO.. VA.
Colonel HILARY P. JONES, M. A..
('ImrRos f..r Board audTuition for ?essiott
of nino months. ?'Jr0. ? au3-su tu
DOTBToGkT spiunon, VllUilNlA
Vor 17.? Vounn l.ady Boarders. Tna <dd?t
anu tuosl ?ittaslssiy ?u.nlpp.d in \ ir*ini?. Eclectic
euaruM ,? .xueieut mid Hadem i.iiii?uh?:cm.
IJiiTaturi-, viria r?, .Hiudc, Art aniffilol
ouilou. Moao*naad?acb?M. Blfialedh> \\n%
f?t ?1 "u" ">7""k<> .?lo.i,.i,,l? Srt iu rr. 188
leul atiuT? ac> lotul. MmtTAl Water.. Sid ?i.jion
oneu* Hr?t. Ilth. UM K.r lira.. cm alusua ?,ldr" ?
CHAM. i..? ockl', Hunt., ifolliu.. Ya.
j Richmond Collce, Richmond, Va.
? 'I en Hop o r ih:>. Nine month*.
F.asy icrm?. ttlcbinoud boat place In vir
igluts to atndy law For catalogues, et-.,
nddroa. Pr0l.KOnP.il OlUiOOKY, Lester
Manor, Va.. nt l'reaidvut of the ('olio o,
lHohlUQud, Va. an l.l-tn.tb.sa-sw
DRVIS miLlTHRV SCHOOL
Fto calalut.address ? \vi> mili l Al:Y mHuol,
Winston, Nur Ii t aiol us. ivlu-.'til.
For YOUNG LADIES. Roanoke.Va.
Opens Sept. 12. lh'jj. one of the leading Schools
for Youny, Ladle, in ibe South. Magutiieoni
buildings, all modem Improvements, Campus
ten acres llrand umiuilalti scenery In Valley of
Va.. famed for health. Knmpeou and American
teacher.. Full course. Superior advantage's in
An and Music. Students from twenty Elate*,
for catalogue, address iho President,
W. A. 11AH1US, O. U., Roanoke. Virginia. .
The Scbo I has been reorganized and put fully
abreast 01 the lluies in ad apprtite I im ihn I?.
All brauchen ? III he laiiuhl by rouiiMrteul iu
?iruL-lors, Tl a Priuvipal <>f the intermediate mid
?f the Primary llrnartuieiits I oth mine tu a. with
i .perlene? la leaoblna eblldreii, i.nd Ireali ir.iiu
|!ii heil m b ??>- "i nx' liods i ir then departments.
Parents may ieat .?auroil tbal 'heir elilblren will
to else, hero advantages ii"' im ii"i I i luosa that
iniK111 be obtained in any cltj in the eojalry.
Catalogues way bo obtained fn.iu
Capt. A. P. Pifer, Principal,
jy iS-eodttM At the Collage.
Virginia Military Iinstitute.
67th Yiar SiaU- Mili<h? > s. lentlfli and Techol?
cal School, Tho augh Cour.es in general and ap
piled Chemistry, und in Kuglaeeriug, Pear^es
confer red lueutirie Orad V il, Laud Kaabelor
Scicuce; In I'usl C.rs.l. oouisos, Maaler Bcler.ee.
Civil ICuglueer. All ei ?eines. Including clothing
:.u I Incidentals, provided :il rale ,.f ?16.50 ear
uiiii.il. as au average for the lour yean, evclunivu
UKN. ts? ? IT* SHTPP, Superlutendeut,
"\/TT. BT* J08EPH'* COLLEGE.
.T 1 Course or studies: Classioal, Seien
tin,' and Commercial. Terms Boardete
per aessiou or gvu mouths, *iid simiiei
will ho resumed on MONDAY. .' ui-teinher 2.
into 308KPH, Director.
Carroll sutiou. Ualtimore. Md.
Houd for catalogue. jyl2-2iu
? anuillc IVlllltary Inutltuto
VIIIOINIA, DANVILI K.
Kng Is i. 1 ca?.> o ut e aB i u.luetl 8e' oo',
Alopcpai " ivr.ie. aod the tiove mujut
set.Is, Far hi i.trated ? ?" ' ?H * addre a
jyjvMi ?e n i.itu I. 11. ~.UN LICKS, Sunt.
(t ATliWOODU SCHOOL, 2d3 l)UTK ST..
r it.UATKWOOl). V, M. I. and A. M.. Prin?
cipal, r? s deuce Hrt UoiikIi tdroot. Henry
(latewoud, Assi.tAiit. I'ho Thirty-Br.t Sua?
sion oi t'ns bcIiooI "in begin ou WBDNlts
OAs'. HElTKMllKIl 2 ?ri, firms aud etil les)
as hcretolore. Tins Bchool 1ms aiwavs beou
note I for t e thornughliu a of Its teaching;
hi I uglish, Latin and mathematics.
UNIVERSITY Of Igj
CHAR LOTTES VI LLE, VA.
Letters, Science, Engineering, Law, Medicine.
Session begin. I.'.tii September.
Tuition In Academical S.-hoolR fieo to Vll>
giniuus. For catal?giie? address
WM. M. THORNION. IL O . Chairman.
NEWPORT HEWS MILITARY BCflOEUlY.
A school of liiirh grade for boy. aud young.
men > rcparex lor anv College or Ulll
vei sity Ol activo life. All Ibe InOdUi U eou
Veiuoucex of the das. Address B.W. UL'Fi?
MAN. Priucipal. Ndwport News, Na oneelal
tptumbet 11, 1896. JU30-2BB