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1 he Miliiaiit Church Establish
by Dr. Rusk in Chicago.
All Kinds of Amusements. Free D
pcnsaries. A Gold Cure Institut ?
and a Cooking Sc'irol Adjuncts
to Ethical Trninin.i. En?
tirely Undenominatio a!.
Rev. .lohn Rusk's Militant church of
Chicago is to have as adjuncts aeoukiug
school, a gold cnro institute, ti boys'
brigade, a loot are and amusement coarse,
a newsboys' Sunday school, an orchestra
of 26, as well as branches for the light
lug of crime, the treatment of iudigont
patients and the reclaiming of tho fallet:
Associated with Mr. Husk iu this
manifold work will be Rev. W. G.
Clarke, who is to supervise the core of
drunkards. Rev. furios Martyu and
Rev. W. U. Oarvtardiue will be on the
board of directors. The joint work of
eft'eering reform and providing amuse?
ment wi.lt'be undertaken when the Mil?
itant church takes possession of its own
At the beginning the services will be
held in VYillurd hall in the Woman's
temple, but in the course of a year or so
the society will build a church of its
own, probulily without a steeple and in
the down town business district. The
church lias more than 200 membors
This will be a broad gauge church,
totally without denomination or aflllin
tiou with any spee.inl fuith. It will
teach tip gospel of ?moral anil physical
purity and wiH'stnnd on u wine founda?
tion. It will give the.people entertain?
ment and happiness as well as religion.
Music will be OUO of,the special features
of its Borwicos This will Ito supple?
mented by a lurgo'ohorua choir. Enter?
tainments wilHbeifrequoiitly given. Dr.
Rusk believes that yon should not ex?
pect a mall togivo up one sort of amuse?
ment until yon oiler him another just
us good, for he admits that amusement
is as essential as religion. He will try
to otter something in competition with
-the theaters, and to this end Will W.
Milnor, a rondor and entortiiincr, will
arrange froquont performances. In these
he has been promised the assistiuice of a
large number of people of the stage,
amateurs ami professionals.
These entertainments will be free.
Everything the church offers will be free,
and the front seats will be the property
of the early claimants. Tho church will
reach low us well as high. Newsboys
nnd bootblacks will have a Sunday
school of their own. Tho pastor believes
in beginning early, and he will make
his church a church that boys can un?
derstand. For this reason the boys' bri?
gade will be formed. Dr. Rusk is chap?
lain of tin- United Boys' Brigades of
Amoriua, and ho expects to havo tho
latgest ami best brigade in Chicago ut
his new church.
Tho church will reclaim drunkards.
There will be an institute for the cnro
of drunkenness, and tho treatment will
lie entirely free. While Mr. Clarke is
reclaiming the drunkards in body Dr.
Rusk will try to reclaim them in soul.
There will be a free dispensary too.
Dr. W. M. Thompson Will be in charge
of this, and he will have the assistance
of six other physicians. Medical advice
end medicines will be given free, and
the physicians will net make any condi?
tions that will be objectionable to thoso
who apply. There will ho a largo force
of trained nur.SOS, and they will not only
give thoir services freely to those who J
atteud the church itself, but they will
go into the slums and earn for tho sick
who are t?K> pool er too indifferent to
insist on cleauliness und care. Outcasts
of the streets will be taken in and given
food and assistance a.-. Well us salvation.
There will bo a home established for
them, uud it will be in charge of a ma?
Ouo of the high aims of the church
will he to light crime where it exist.-, as.
well us to prevent it from spreading.
There will be no sympathy for criminals
in any quarter or of any class. The su?
perintendent of police will be aided in
enforcing laws against crime by tho col?
lection of evidence and the exposure of
Training clashes will be organized for
the young, aud cookiug schools will bo
established. Bdward John, one of the
workers in tho church, will publish u
monthly paper in its interests.
The first service will be held on the
first Suuduy in October. Li the morning
there will be a sacred conceit. Views
in tho Holy Land will bo reproduced by
astoreopticon, and at other times scenes
iu the life of Christ will be portrayed
nud explained. The views will not al?
ways be wholly of a religious nature, as
scenes of travel in ft reign lands will of?
ten 1* reproduced on the canvas.
The Junior Undenominational clubi
of which Will W. Milnor is president,
has joined the church in a body. Money
enough to carry tho work ou for one
year lias been secured already.?Chicago
Bow to Sf,aka Mushrooms a la Toast.
Put the contents of a can or a quart
of fre.-h ones in a saucepan with sufli
cieut water to cover. 13oil 20 minutes.
Add a pint of milk, butter size of an
egg, salt totasto; then stir in a tablo
Epoonfnlof flour, first made smooth in
* little cold milk, and boil jnst a min?
ute; then remove from tho fire. Now
tonst, by placing in u hot ovon as many
slices of broad, 1 to U inches square, as
there aro persons to bo served- .flutter
tho toast and place on a warm plute
ainglo und dish the mushrooms and
fpravjr over thei toatttd bread and. serve*
Miscall mo not. Men have miscalled mo much.
Have given hard names und harsher thoughts
Reviled and evilly entreated nid
limit me Btrango temples usun unknown god.
Then called me idol, devil, unclcitii thing.
And to rudu Insult bowed my godhead down,
Ulscutl me uot, for.inon havetnarrad'iny form,
And in the ?nrthborn ,?(.,...:.. of tlieir
Bavo coldly modeled mo of their own clny.
Then fear to look on that thoruselves have
Miscall lue not. Yo know nut what 1 ntn,
Knt yo shall live me face to lacotnnd know.
1 take nil korrows from tho sorrowful
And teach tho joyfoV-ivhaUt is to,joy.
I gather iu aSy lanBlbckedJharbor ? clasp
The shuttered vessauVof n vexed world,
And even tko tintoSt'rlppls upon life
i ? to tlmt oaliu subllmp in- Itoph atorm.
When other leechcraft falls thed>roaking brain,
1 only own the anodyne tu Mill
Its eddies liito rthtenfess reaose.
The faco distorted with life's latest |aing,
1 smooth in pns?lnr. with nn angel's wing.
And froin'bciifitth the quiet eyelids steal
The hildoasglory of theieyes tpglvo
A new ?nriSiiubliT .lieruity to.tKe. rout.
Belie re?<not. Thorducui s l|tet walk the earth.
The wnstlUK Rain, the suddiAitoKeuv.
famine and1 war and Bastiiiifl'e'iiiui nil
The turrors that lutvo darkened round my
Tliese aru tl..' works of life ;'.h?y are uot mine;
V<* whi n 1 tarry, vunibh when 1 UOHIO,
lie-tautly ni-Aitiijliito piTdrt.pwni
A- ut his word whose manner spirit I am
Tie. troubled wntera slept on Qaliloo.
Tinder i am, not cruel, Win in 1 tnko ,
The shape, moatih&rdito .human eyoaand pluck'
Thu little bnbyAileaaaai y?t unblovSn,
'Tin but to (r?ftdt on ,-i liiielliCr stem,
And leaping '.'?.r flu?p.iriiou? yearsvof growth,'
Unwept of sorrowiainxunicatbod of wrung.
Clothe it nt once with rioh maturity.
'Tis 1 that tlvo ? ">ui 6b memory,
sFor round the foil Irs of tbejtadl throw
The mantis of a kind forgotiutnuSH,
Hut oaaontsed in deur love's calondar
1 sanctify the good'fror oirermore.
Miscall ok- int. My gefl?tou* fullness lends
Eltons to the homeless, to tln i're ndleas frloiida,\
To theater vet! liaboUiomowoV'sU ndcrtiroaat.
Wealth fotbe poor and to the h tlosa-rnat
Peculiar flows Raid by Many Tlmt llnnks
favor Hull Times.
One of the im ist surprising features
of tin; present elieap niouoy agitation is
tho ovidcuoo of widespread prejudice
against hankK. Acoording to the silver
i iUw aud tint money advocates, it would
j seem that a bunk is adiabolioal institu?
tion which preys op the furnier und
workiugmiiu, while die hanker in an
enemy and oppressor of tin- ix-opln.
Tlie.su peoullar views urn held seriously
by many persons, who opposo sound
ourronoy principles merely boeanso tho
bankers are in favor of them.
It is hardly nocosnry iu theso en?
lightened days to show Hud banks lire
bouefieent institutions, of as much use
in our present systoniof industry and
oommerce as factories und stoms. Their
chief function is to servo as reservoirs
for all the spurn capital of tho country,
which they roccivo only to loan out
again wherever it omi ho used to liest
advoultago. Tho idea of tho Populists
that- hanks draw wturosl from thopeoplo
on idle money looked up in Hank vaults
is purely a delusion. I'nloss capital is
employed it can earn no interest.
Tho chiof benefit conferred by banks
Is their insurance of credits, through
which a mnobVlarger volume of business
of all kinds is transacted than if men
hud to trade on a oash basis. In this
way hank.s serve the siirne useful pnr
poso as fire or lifo iusurtincojcompaiiiea
The Populist pn tense that bankers
want mouoy scarce so that business will
be depressed is wholly untrue. In dull
?times hankers suffer like merchant- and
manufacturers. Theyratiuol lean tlieir
I funds, while they are nearly always
tbound to pay interest on the deposits
loaned to them. Every.sensible hanker
is anxious for tho greatest possible pros?
perity. The hanker of whom I ho cheap
' money ndvocates dream und write is al?
together a creature of tlieir imagination.
Whi(?s in Japan,
j We publish today a letter from Rev.
Will 1'. Turner, a Methodist missionary
who was sent front Georgia to Japan
several years ago.
Mr. Tumor keeps in touch with nf
fairs in his native land aud scs the ef?
fort that is being made t.> "Japan" our
currency. His letter shows what wo can
expect should thai calamity befall us.
A labor lender in Texas a few days
ugo advised the working mon to veto for
tho free and tin hin it ed coinage of silver.
The rate of wages in the foremost froo
silver nation of the world will hardly
command this advice to sensible and in?
telligent wage earners in this count ry.
Mr. 'Turner, whoso facilities for in?
formation are as good as possible and
whoso reliability is beyond question,
tolls us sonic interesting things about
wages in Japan. It must be romoni
bcred that his figures are in Japanese
money, which is equivalent to only 50
couts ou tho dollar in our currency.
Here are some of his figures:
Teachers in government schools, iflO
to $x~> par mouth.
Postofilce and custom house clerks and
similar government positions, $8 to $-'>?
Teachers in high schools, |I6 to $76
Brick masons. 50 to (10 cents a day.
Carpenters, -l? to 65 cents a day.
Female operatives in cotton factories,
8 couts a day.
Mulo operatives, lti cents a day.
Mr. Turner tolls of, nn expert Japa?
nese workman who with the aid of his
wifu made 8 cents a day !
Tho workrngmen of this country arn
being informed about what a silver ba?
sis means in regard to wages.
There is not a nation on tho face of
tho earth which - has the free, coinage of
silver whe.ro tho average of wages is
ono-fonrth as high as it is in this coun?
A novelty for the bath is violet
scented ammonia, and it ? u most re?
freshing uddHiwa, _^ (
Heart Disease Kills
Suddenly: but DOTOr wlthoutwiirtilni; sy mi>
toms.such us Paint; Wea'k or Hungry Spoils.
Irroeularor Intermittent Pulso, I'lattcrlng
or Palpitation of the Heart. Choking Bonsp
UonSi'Sbortnesi of Breath, Swelling of Foot
and Ankles, etc.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure,
Cures Heart Disease.
Mr. um. L. Smith, ot seile Gjeo b smith
Mantel Co., l.oulivme, Ky.. wrinV-^rnb. 26,
l-'yt: "For abouta.year I war. -i tcri-inle Suf?
ferer from heart. ti'ouhlo,'wldeh, i:...'.'sh bill)
1 was obliged to.bil.iin.'inAlW'l .to.pet. my
I breath. I hud to aiianiion husi^its?&Md
i coulddiurdl'y erav.o itrqiitKk .My friend.'Mr
' Julius (i..V,y^ht, one of -i n leltUinS lin.iru.a
VLsU*. ifk-Wnio to try Dr.'Jg.lb ?'. fit lift t < !uro.
I'bufRlieod fttlfu nn.ro l?Tiu a'bojIlo-wiii 11
tbo'paln ceased and ' nalftitntioiiVi afyrol'y
disappeared; l^hrtye riot . hair iK&sitghtest
trouifle since, and today. I ul'ti udiug to
ibusihcaa'ttsrogul?rli as ever."
Bold by druggists everywhere, book on
Heart nnd Nerve- se;itjfne. Address Dr.
Milen Medle.il1?, Eluba^i, led.
Dr. Wiles' Remedfts tUuc Dealt!].
.';i.*k n<tadBchoAiMl roll
<it tit to n bljloii i KtMo
cm i i uk, t **t ttt in (lit1 Sltti
ft* II Ml ICttblO BUCCtt In;
(vo all the troubles Inel
>f Ihn nintTm, nuuli as
llneas. Dlntrean after
.While thee- most
; been shown m vunng
Headache, ycl UAarea's I.ittmc l.tren Pills
are equally valuable in Constipation, curing
anil preventing Ulis annoying complaint, while
they also correct all d.-erd rsof the stomach,
xtiiniihite Hu' liver and regulate the bowe
l ieu it llu'y "?'v enrrd
fortunately Hi a
.-. nnd those who on
?j Intl.? | I1m valuable
v will not be wIlling
. after all siek head
? ..llO SS dill's IIOl I'llll
e Ii v them v ill llud
in so tinirtv waya thai
to do without them.
i: Iba bane <??( so mauv liver. Hint here I? whore
wo malen our groat boast. Our pills eure it
w hile nthern do not.
fjARirn'h biTTt.r l.iven Pili a are t pit small
and veryenay t<< ink... i ii.r two iritis ninko
ii dose. They nie strictly vegeuiliicand ?!??
notgrinoor purge, bnl by their senile action
please all who iee them. In vials at -'.' eentej
OVO for SI Sol I ei. i-.where, or seal by uatU.
CAETilS USSICIKS c:., 1?:? 7::i.
Small fill. M Doss. Small Rice.
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Prices will convince you that
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NORFOLK, V A.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
aud Childreu. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic suhstanco. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its grunrauteo is thirty years* use by
millions of Mothers. Custoria is tho Children's Panacea
?the Mother's Friend.
"CnMorlaisK.. well adnptcd to children that
I recommend it. osmiperier t-?miy prescription
known to rao." H. a. aiiciikr, M. i>.,
Ill So. Oxtoni St .. Brooklyn, X. Y.
"Tlifiisoof 1 Castorifl' is so universal nii'l
Ittt merit* s? well known thai it eceine a work
cf supererogation to endorse it. Few are tho
intelligent TumMcs who do not keep Custoria
witluu easy reach."
Cab.lou Maktyn, I>. !>.,
New York City.
Cnstorin, ciires.ColIe, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, F.ruetation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, mul promotes dfc
Without injurious medication.
"For Severn! years I have recommended
'Custoria,1 andrsliull nlways continuo to do
bo, as it has invariably produced beuollclol
F.dwin F. Paudke, H. D.,
KSth Street and 7th Ave.. New York Oty.
The Ckntacu OoSPANY, 77 MciiUAY Stiiket, New Your Citv.
Riirtiiir.ii iir.soii ? n.
AI.I Ml l KU M Mill II OF SUMME?
boarders can I'o aceommodafi I at
KYI.XND IN- PIT UTK
by applying m tlio prlii Ipal at m.co. Thrcn
Diiuutoa'riilo to Norfolk, roity-llve to old
J oint .' Virginia Dunen, twenty to Oooau
View, Berkley, Va. jc'.Mv.sn-ti
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p| Typewriter Type Circu
gyp 1 a is ' Try our typewriter
process next tune. It's more
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ritOMI'T COMMKItCIAti CHIN I I.l.s.
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bna been nacil foi r.lnldrou while teething
it m.utbid the child, solteu the guiua. el.
lays nil pain, coro* wind cholic, regulates
the moaiacli ami nnwols. and im the oost.
remody tor iiiiirrho>a Tweuty-flvu cents a
bottle. Kohl u. all druggists throughout
tbo \vor..l soIU an iv
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No 10 Water -treot. Norfolk, Va
BNQINKS, lUMI.KUS. KAWMIDTi and al
km.is i f machinery ol tlm most improved
patterusi Also repairing at the shorto-u
notice l .irn. tii. u11? utioa in htoimiboat
work l?l VAl. I'ATEN'I ItOU.Elt TUBES
FEBBULES are the only porf . t rome.lv
for leaky boiloi tube*. Ihcyeaubi inserted
in;, feu minutes by any eugineor, lud uro
warraub d lo atoii leaks.
&N? SLEEPLESS N ESS CURED
V8COR OF MEN
Easily. Qnic-kly, Ponrmnonliy Rcatoretl.
otirotwenknetikoa, Nor sons Debility m.d-nll (bo
nrilafrotn oarlyor Inter oaocaaea, the result a o(
c\. nv.ok. worry, ad an ose, etc. Full etrength,
i.mil doTolopmont given in every organ oi
portion of Dm iHidy, Imnrpreroenl immediately
t..i from the tir-t In'*. Thoni-iouls of letters r.f
prniae on r\l. in our office. Ciin'bo curried in
vest pocket. Soul t.y mail tu nny ndnreaa on
receipted prico Onn month's trout meal in paoh
box. Prion $1.00, 0 base*, t5.00, with Written
Ouarnnteoln refund inoao) if not.cured. So:i<l
For Sale by w" R. Wartin.
OCEAN SHORE PARK HOTEL I
ON THE ATLANTIC OCEAN. I
18 (VI I LES FROM NORFOLK
'l' Ii is . obghtful ore.in r. sort will bo opened
tor tho reception of cnentn .,11 July l.-t, in'J?.
'thin place otters especial attractions lur
Bathing. Coating mid Fiebing. Lau .. and
Thu cuiaineaud service oxcolleut.
gv?" Terms moderate
For rates ttdNrosH
Uli AS. 11. JOHNSTON, Manager,
Ju'20-tl Virginia Bcaoh.
WARREN WHITE SULPHUR SPRING..
C. W. fUl LK.N.\ SON. OwuorH and Irop. a.,
Cullon I ostotlice. Va.
Tlio ohlost Bumpier Boeort in the I lined
States, (ioid Fishing, Boating and Uatbing.
Kighl difl'ereni waters ? White, Med and
Blue, -sulphur, Alnm Iron. Arsenic/. Chaly?
beate, und l.ithia. On lop'of tt.o " 1 hree
'lop Range," 2,100 irrt above*tbe aea Dls
lauco from U .V l> It U iWathrliek 1 otic mile,
?.. 1.> from .\ A 1W H It (Itivortoni three
miles; difttanoe from IIA o (Middleton 1 four
lU'lra Writo for rntea. jot0-3m
STOCKTON HOTELjJAPS M, I 1
Tin- Stockton Hotel is unaurpaaeed on the
At itiitie Comtt. 'the aaultary arrangements
arc perfect; tine biliar.I rooms ami bowling
alleyh. Sucren concerts Sundays. Hoard,
American nod Kuropoiii pl.n Special ar?
rangements wi'h parties oVelring to remain
any leugtli or time. Address
HOIIACK M. O/ifrE, Managor.
HAYTH S HOTEL.
FINCASTLE, - - VIRGINIA.
Tn the Itlun Itidge Mountains. Altitutio
2,000 tent. Midsummer average tempera
tun.- i I degrees Malaria and mosquitoes
unknown I'ri-daily mail and passenger
connections, telegraphs, etc. lairge .lining
bu 1. hnllroom and twenty-live Gedrooma
added Ibis spi.i.K. Capacity I61). World
renowned farro-magneaiaa water for liver
an.1 kidne\ diaeaaea. Rates, ils to f2 . ac?
cording to location, number in room. fcpe
en 1 to families Four weeka to month,
pHv.dilo weekly. I hiltrcn under twelTe
yeaia and servants hall price.
owner mid Proprietor.
W rite f >r descriptive pamphlet. sii,t-t(
Virginia's seaside riHort In tho Atlantic
Oceau. Unrivalled for ita siir l-bathing and
magnitlcont view ol the oceau. increase of
hotel accommodations mid other iinprovu
ments. Those desiring plenty oI shooting
und ilahing can Und >t at Cobb'a inland.
Knute Wo Will nioi ? da l\ tin.. 11:07 north
bound and tho l r>l louth' bound train at
Cobb'a Station, on 111 ? ? New Vork. Philadel?
phia auit Norfolk Knilroad, 1'aasi ngura
tranaiorrad to island i.v aicamor. 'i'ermi?
t.' .'i'I pet day; $12 por wot>k fW pet nionlb.
For inriher information-address
Coni'. .V SI'ADY.
Jc6-tu,th,su-3m Chesapeake. Va.
m l?oos.s an? ?:?ij.k?i:?.
????ihmii.s AN? ()OI<t<BOKM.
MONROE PARK, RICHMOND, VA.
Founded in 1865, JhjsIoii oi>ens Friday, Btplcmber 2>>. Fife University men and one Busl
neis tid'cK?' xrailuuttf tenehiug in Upper School; llino la-lie< in the Ixiwtr, Holl tor 1891?5?IM.'
prepares toys lor any American University or College, or for lue Military, Naval and Technical,
schools Kor "Unlvetelty and Colloge Kcc?rd." and fur particulars a? to the school, terms, etc., ap?
ple for lalaloginj.
JOHN 1". MctJUIRE, No. 7 N. I'.clviderc street.
Haddington Building. Students Admitted at any Time.
Thorough Instruction in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Penmanship, Type-writing, U? k,
Individual instruction, both soxes. F.vcry perlon should have a Practical HuuiuosJ
Education. No education is complete without it l or full information address
I. W. PATTON, Principal.
sen no i,s :a<v ?icnixKoC?.
Cl?ssic?rsiitiooi for Boys.
MISS BESSIE L. FITCHETT
will opon bor C'UaiicaUfSchool for Uova lit ?4
Duko street, PHOBSDAY, SEPTK.MliF.il
26th. i?f.. For further information ad
dresa her, until aftrr September 2Ulb, cure
COL. It. a. MAItlt.
au20-tf Lexington. Va.
A B'.bool for boys nossosBing coitaiu dis
tiucUve. u.It inv.c-.'b which may be aumuiod
i. lit bread curriculum.
?.*, Its ?pirii of arosresa,
:i. Iis wholesoma discipline.
4 The contlnultf.obit?'coiirN through
bothclenieniarj and secondary g.?3e.-i.
ft -'1 lie .-?ti?l siiinilloK "f Bs patrons.
It would be euay to mention other advan?
tages which it might well possess, but doe*,
uot: yet '.hat it combines more than any
ottiur l>.?\a' Hchool in tbia aectiou ia well re?
cognized. Its live ii ale toachera are teach?
ers by choice and m ofesBion. Its graduates
have teen admitted tolohua IiopUina Univ.,
Univ. of Va., Troy Polytechnic, Li-high
Vim., stew in. West Point aud Hiu.ilar In?
Next session begins Soptcmber 25, Cata?
logues ready August 12.
ROBT. W. TUNSTALL, B. A.,
KH'IIMON HiFKMAl.K SRMINARY
No. X F.si;<>a.\eh St., Kicimoxn, V',
JOHN ii POWKuL, PrlnrJaal.
Mit.?!. T. (1. PHYTON. A??Oi iale.Prin. ipa'.
Tli? iweoty-third'srsdon ol ibis Hoarding ami
Pay School will liov'iii H?pteinher 2Mb, 18?S, ?"''
close June 1Mb, IBM.
Courts ol laaliuellen.from Primary,to Collegiate
Department fill I and through, Thebes! advantages
tn Music, An ami lauiguagea.
Richmond onei sjaanv advantages for imprors
mcat in Lei lures, Conceits, etc.
l or detail",.apply for I alolognc to the Trint ip.il.
Near Alexandria, Va.
I. If. BLACKFORQ, It. A. Principal.
1I\|. FIFTY-SEVENTH YEAR
OK THIS OT.l.L-KKOWN'SCHOOL FOR ROYS
0p8ue.September -"ah, ISM.
Illustrated Cttalogaeaenl on application.
WASHINGTON <&. LEE
I'Nivt.itsiTV. Lexiagten, Tlrglala.
Academic; Law; Engineering. Openi
Sept. Uth. For ciiiiilo-ue address
a. W.C. LK.F.. Preslde.nt.
Bellevue High School,
iii tiiaiin roilK'IT. va.
A tliorougbly eniiipned school,complete in Its
appoint menu, of hlc.li grade, for liny a anil Young
Men, Koi catalogue <>i informal Inn, apply to
W. R. AUUOl Principal,
jylT-w.f.su-2'H_Bellevue 1\ O._
BOWLING GREEH S
i r-l .: n n-le?ol of thf>highn-t roputatloa and SU0?
COM llsaltli rooord parfset Ohargs* low. N.. h.i/ici-.
Ao ii.-.- Jubu Il.nt. M a. U.ol Va? Uunnow UreanA a
siounion^femoie seminar,, siaunien Va
Old mid well-known. Toachera from lead?
ing Collegia. Mnaie tanght by grndttatea "i
( onaervatoi os or Leipsio and liuriiu. Art
and Elocution superior.
aus.-oud.VVYlin JAB.WILLIS, Principal.
nVTUf I 1 l*repere* ",r nevera
<i ij 111 tc !j I laenl Academies, I ai
VIRGINIA. j Hcthel Academy P. O.
NEAR CtlARLOTTESVILI.E, VA.
tor Hoy. ami ? ouiig itleii. Send for
Catalogue. JOHN R. SAMPSON, A M.
jyli. u id 181 l'rin ipal.
?Condneted by the?
BROTHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN
situated upon tho shmo of ono of tlio pic?
tures uo hui-, overlooking KLLlOU't'T
?ITY, IlOWAKI) CO., III). Scion title, Claa
licai. i 'ommercial < loursea and a Preparatory
i onise for small boy-. Btiidonta are re
reived is boarders or day scholars. For
I nrticiilars address BHO. MAURICE. Prosi.
lent. jy21-2 ii
ii3S GRANBY ST.,
. OCTOBER 181,
The lonr department*, senior. Junior,
Primary and Kindergarten will ho under
LI.u charge of Iborongllly i|Ualltiod anil u..la?
dy auceaaaful teachors. special attention
given to Languages and Musi' . Tho Kin
lergarten offers exceptional advaiitngea for
.ho Hcientitli' tiainiiig of little children, k
ew boarder> will'he i.coomtuodatud. < iron,
ars at oookatoros. For turthor informa
MISS AtiNES DOUOI?A8iWRST,
Acting Prin ipal.
ISStGranby street. Nor.oik. Va.
Personal interwews ut tho Louse after
SCHOOLS A.\l> IJOl.LKUEN.
MARKHAM, KAb'QUlEB CO.. VA.
Colonel HILARY P. JONES. M. A.,
Olinrprs for Hoard und Tuition for sossioa,
of uinc mouths, v.!."0. au3 su.tu
Richmond College, Richmond, Va.
Opens September 111, 1895. Nino months.
Busy'1 onus, lliuhmoud bust place tu Vir?
ginia to study law For < Htuloguoa. etc.,
address Trot." HO iHit GBEOOKY, l.ostor
Manor, Va.. c.r President of the Collese,
Richmond, Va. uui:i-tii,th.sn-lvr
THOUSANDS ???^ ?
?,oT.. DRViS fHILIT0RY SCHOOL
For i alaloeuoaddress DAVIS UILI1 ARY M Mum
Winston, Nor.k Carolina. Jrie-tKt.
For YOU IMG LADIES. Roanoke.Va.
OponsSept. l-', 1805. One of the leading Scuoola
for Y.,img Ladies in tlio South. Magnificent
buildings, nil modem Improvements, Campua
tin sen s 11 rand mountain sceuery in Valley of
Va., famed for health Europuan and American
teachers. Full courso. Superior ad vantage* in
Art and Mhslc. Students from twenty stales.
For calaloguei address the President,
W. x. HAKi.l.-, D. I)., Itoanoke, Virginia.
The Pelm ?! lias been leorganlxcd and pul fully
I ahr, us) of tb* limes In alt approved methods.
A)l branches will be laiianl hi rompeleul in
Irrti tor*. The I'rlni Ipal uflhe Intermediate mid
ei the I'rimarj licpartuienlshotl.ueto us with
rxaerieiite In tcachlni! . liildreu. ..ml Iresb from
I hi tiosl school* ..: me hods f.u their denarlineuls.
Hsroots may ioat assured that their children will
ie-? it-Hi r. idvuntsgca n..t Interior tii??o thai
might beobtaineu In any eitf in ibecountry.
Catalogues may be obtained from
Capt. A. P. Pifer, Principal.
iyli'.-ood-'m At the College.
Virginia Military Iinstitute.
r,:th Year. State Military; S< lentlAe and Techni?
cal School, Thorough Com sc." hi reuerul and ap
piled Cbemlstrr, and hi Engineering. I etrees
rouferreil Inemirse Uiad v M. I, and Hacheloi
S i.me; it: I*o?i lirad. oouiaos. Muster Bclei'.eo,
Clrll Kncineer. All . vie ....... InobidlnK clothing
an I Incidental's, prmlihd nl rale i-K per
utontb. as mi average for Ibe foui years, aaclualve
OES. SC n T 81111*1*, Buperliileudent,
MT. ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE.
Course of studios' Classical, isoien?
tili,- and Commercial. Terms lloardera
per aosstou hi ti\,; months. tiiTi studios
will ho resumed on MONDAY, Heptember %
1805. A hlresa.
DUO. JOSEPH. I ire, t o
( arroll stition Baltimore, aid.
Bend for catalogue. jyl2-2u?
Large corps ol Superior Tea-her?. best ml.
.mi;,.,. hi l.llerary, Musical and Art Depart
meats. Attractive surroundings. Hol nod clo.
i.ath-. Gaslight. Teriajtliii usosl Ordereale
lOKtie, \> ? I*. n iiisoii. i-riin i|ml.
W, j, i?. ii.iiin. Amu. Prliscipnl.
|The Philips s west school lor eins.
I Sil FKI'.HSIASON KTKIiKr,
'iho tenth hp sion bogina TUESDAY, O tc
ber 1. 18'J ? < mo ol t i< principals will be at
tbo ? Imol evory day from U:.io a. in. to i'i
m. to receive applications Circular cau
be ohtaino I iruui Iho bookstoroa or thu
/ 1ATE\YOOD'8 SCIIOOL,2S3 D?TE ST.,
V I It.OA I BWOOl). \. M. 1. and A. M.. Pria>
clpal residence B5 lioiisii -trout. Henry
Ontewood, tssistaut. I'he Thirty-first See?
I hion ol this school will begin un WEDNES?
DAY, BUI TE.MDBK 2 ? u. Terms and ?tuoiea
as hen loforo. This school has alwn>s beoUj
nolod lor t o thoroiighne?a of its teaching
in i nglish, Latin au 1 mathematics.
Letters, Science, Engineering, Law. Medicine.
Session begins mill September.
Tuition in Academical Schools free to Vir?
glulans. Eor catalogue* address
WM. M. THORNTON. LCD.. Chairman.
NEWPORT HEWS PlILiTRRY BCADER^
A i-cliool ol hieb grade for hoys an I young
men I'ropares lor any College or I m.
vorsity or active life. All iho modern con>
veuieuecs nt the day. Address B.W. HI V .
MAN. Principal, Nawporl News, v? Oneni
tptomser 11, lb'.'o. ju!)0-2u?