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. THE RICHMOND IHSFATCH-SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1898.
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CHASE BROS.
(oc-J-sg 4t?
?a>-# a>^-av a> n-*A~ey-*y mi t
ELEGANT
BRIDAL
5ILVER.
At tho opening of the fsU season we ?bag to announce that
Itopricaof Sterling Silvers? has ?baaa greetij reduced, ***
bavin m 1.. tad our stock with awaj care we are now^enng
?hi.m.M ELEGANT AND COMPLETE ASSOKTMl V? J.\
THEaSOUTH. In addition thereto ua ara raoatriiig daily many
New and ?Exclusive Designs and Patterns,
renn seiitni" all of the l.-adiii'T niaiiufiifturors of this country,
?nul can ?uiTiish any article in 01 Out of their catalogues at fac
ti.rv pn'ci's. ?Oar patrons can therefor? save expraas eharges,
groid the ri.sk of getting what they do not want, anil have our
??i.ir.iiit.-H that t-v.-rv article is as i?|>i ? .**? -nt.-ii -9?Ur-1000 fine.
THE NOWL?N CO.,
Q.21 East Main Street.
Su,']'u?llti)
: Baldwin & Brown,
wj&*im
|
I , .
?a '^$?Mf?\\\m9?*\\t\r'
rvsaaaSa?,
1557
East Main Sired,
Richmond, Va.f
Headquarters for
STEEL ROOFING.
TRY US.
a
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a
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jt I l-SaTB,Ss
RIE SONG THAT REACHED HER HEART
was the son?-: that she liad practiced
with her lover with the aceonipani
iit.ut <?f a soiil-toiu-hipiT, swet-t-toni-d
Kiiii/simrv I'iano. The luan with a
family of danrhters that he wishes
t?> sas settled comfortably for life
should try the effect of furnishing
them Kiip'sluirv I'iano. A tine nm
siiiaii with a beautiful voice and a
K i ii _- s I ?u ry 1 'iano doesn t n? ? . 1 a ?pretty
fa?v. Call at our tine w at?'t ooms and
examine these wonderful Pianos.
Cable Piano Company,
Successors to Richmond Music Co.,
J 0. CORLEY, Mgr., - ? 213 E. Broad St.
|(ocV-Su,Tu\ l'h)
AMI SEMK?TS.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Two ifcbts and Siiunlay ?alinee Only, Beginning Friday, BB7 !4ib.
fHE INEERNAEIONAL GRAND OPERA CO.
KIDAV October 14th,
Carmen."
(In J'Ai.i.isu.i
SAIPJRDAY MAUN! I,
October 13th,
KOMM) AMI il MM."
(In Enqli8H. I
5AT?R0AY EY.MNG,
Ottober 15th,
I'l IROYAIORl."
In Itai ian.)
Sale of Seit*? to
Scale of Prit lea,
Mme. kronold, Mitchell, Goflf, Carr,
Parks, Guiison, Zani, Morrison, Howe, and
I ?elds.
Madame Clementine DeVere, Mitchell,
(?off, Carr, Uroadfoot, Zarii, Gunson, Parks
Day. Forrest, and Fields.
Mme. Kronold, McQueen, Bellati, Dado,
Kuester, Fiujel, and Roebuck,
open MONDAY, October loth, at 9 A. M.
$i.*jo, $1, 50c. oc S-2t
lev, H, M
AMD
?ASSIONPLAY
IUDITORI?M,
Broad-Street Park.
er> evening- 8:15? Every evening.
AC A l) KM Y OV Ml SIC.
MONDAY, OCTOBER l(riH.
THE l.OA'DOK I.AIETY GIRL?!.
PRETTY G1KI.S.
FL'N.NY COMEDIANS,
MERRY MOMENT?.
tuksday, cK**roaaa ?rm,
iii'i
EVKK'ittKKN PARCE.
"A PARLOR MATCH."
rrchcnti?d by a Phenomenal Cast of
Cotm-dy Artists.
lllll'-iiui.
Ill ? ? ni*?.
Fortinj bsBsasti of Omhsaaaai
"* 8-7t
WKST-END
!'.' 1 1
PARCEL |,1 l.iVPKV
,., , .,.. A * - OEIEP, Manager.
Old Phone, tat u mooxxx Short street
oc !? It*
"l.ll 1' Vl'l Its H>H SALE
St
tac. fans- m'NiiRBD
_ at the
DIM'ATCH OFFlcm,
TH?ltaDAT, OCTOBER 13TH.
Till: KMJNKNT ACT? >R.
Mit. ? H4.lil.ES CUCHI. 4V.
And tho OUgintal New York Cast, In the
',- aislan Play,
THE ROYAL BOX."
Prices: |1.50, $1, 75. and U) cent?, oc 9-lt
Illll.HTIH!? OK < ,.\ll|)i:it \< V.
i\ A!. < ONVBNTION OF DAUGH
TERS OF roNFEOEKA? . Rates to
lh<- aniiual convention of the Daughters
?>f Confederacy in Virginia, to be h?l,i
in Petereburf OCTOBER 12th and 13th.
will !>? 2 cent? per mile from all point?
In this State. Ticket? to be ?old October
8lh. 9th, and 10th Filial limit ???tobrr
lath. Mr?. VrROINH'M HALL.
Cor. Sec. Ur. Dtv. of Va. 17. D. .'.
ea-7-lt
PIANOS
Sold on special price? that ce
be offered only by us as mam
facturer?.
We pay all shipping expense
Call or write us.
CHASE BROS. PIANO CO.,
419
E. Broad st.
Chas. K Branner, Mana?
Children
AND
Old Pianos
Are your Children Icirning to play o
an old piano? Early Impressions are th
,sting. False in.'hods SI
tOUCh are acquired that It may take year
of practice to ..v.r. "tue. It were fa
b? tter to give a chil?! a good piano to bar
on, and inquire from such a well-knowi
firm as ours what they consider the bes
piano for scholars. Buy a piano for ub?
Do not buy simply a box of strings, tha
has no musical value. Ruy of Ramos
Fair velue allowed f??r old pianos am
SSSy terms on new instruments.
A f? w bargains in St? inway I'linos a
POt; Chickering at Il?O; also, Knabe.
INLY B, RAMOS CO,
119 EAST BROAD ST.,
Betv*?een First and Second Streets
_(oc n-Su,'l'iiA. i b?_
?IS ENTERPRISE
fur Richmond has been the cry
of the people, ami more room
has been our cry, and now
having doublst! our gtoreroomi
we are in better shape to ac
commodate th?* bill crowds that
throng our piece, who ere at
tracted by our low prices. Note
a few of them :
r- h Botter, ; ' .t
I Hams .
?;.I Hams . IC
c.o.'.i Laid . fie.
Me,-..1, per peck .
Fork .
Family Flour, per bag .
Family Flour per barrel .i ??
ord ( Irap? <??-t .
;: i Coffee . 10c.
\. w !'.' un? i . .
!: Bl ' 'i-aiii ?'!i' BS? .
M? s Raisins . I
? tyi ter ? Irsckers .
< '. i? ksr i ?wat .
New Codfish .
New Oat Flak- ind .
?Good Chewing Toba, o, i? r pound
Best Appl? ? i-? i peek .
? bar? .
New Sour Pickle, pe? gallos .
Beet Irish Potatoee, per peck.
a,
James Brothers,
CASH QROCERS,
(JOS 4'ii-t .Marshall Streets
Timm s : Olli, 7?; Ni'w, ?till.
xi i ssioss.
lAsI rv< i iimiiv
12.50 ROUND TRIP TO WASHINGTON,
vis Richmond, Fredericksburg und
PotOSRS railroad,
MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10th.
Ti ..in Isaves Broad and Ham
Mon,lay morning at t? o'clock Returning,
base?. Ninth and Maryland av.
Washington, Tuesday, < ?. tober llth, at 7
o'cloi k P M. abara.
ROUND-TRIP FARE: Richmond to
Washington. * - '", Ashli nd t?. Washing
ton, 12; Miilord tO v\ 'in . -.. |
i*r.,i, i,, ksburs t ' '?'' .- ton. UM;
Richmond to Frederlcksburg, |L2i.
Beparate coaches for colored people.
RofreBhmentB sold on ths train. Bp<
. for ladl? a snd their esc ?rts. r\
,1, or abiae. For tl? k. ta aad Inl
Biatlon Inquire "f J. M. Thompson,
Broad street, and at ths train.
Plenty of cars and no crowding This
lion will be run under th- mam
ment of THOMPSON, MICHI1
ADAMS the old Reliable Excursion
MaiiHK.rs. oc l!-7t
DASCISG GlaASSBH?.
riuvAii: i)\?<i\?. school,
MRS, JAM!:,*! a. WELCH*! PRI
MATE DANCING SCHOOL for ?In
Iren will open 00 FRIDAY AFTER
M " ?N, November id, ,,>,!
ivenue. For informati?.ii aru.lv at "???
vest Franklin str? ?_l_
MISS MAR! THAW
All.!. REOPEN HER i LASSES
N DANCING SAT1 RDAY, >. to
?er Sili. ut Belviders Hall, Satur
lay.-? from V):'M A. M. to 1 P, M.
nd Wednesdaya ftum 3 :?. t.. o p m. toy
OUng ladies and children. ProfCSSOT
'riiiuii.?r*a music baa been engaged for
..I. For an> Information apply
t No. 18 south Third street. oc 1-st
_
it ?u7
Ml?
A
COAL, WOOD, AMJ COKK.
?OLD \\ KATIII'll is FAST Al*
l'lio i? USO.
STOP AND READ! STOP AND CON?
ilDliu: t?\.ou und d? Ide ... jour
?raer? for the VERI BEST lual in in?
liai ka-I Ul
V.M. il CULLLNOWOKTt? _ . . i. ?,,
corner Eighteen??! snd m..au
v ceiving daily all i i k a i > : ..?-;
.ND SIZES OF COAL from ths very best
nine?. Win make it ... your iBTSTSSt it
ou will ?all and leave your order-?. We
uarantse oorrect weight and clean coal,
hieb i? a v.i y Importan) matter lo ?un
lder. We do not claim to have an abun
iin * of money and io ?til goods Sal >w
Ost, but we have sufticia-nt mean? to
arry on our bualne??, and we propose to
tve all partie? favoring us with tn-ir
rade sooil? that will give sari??t i. turn at
small profit. m l?-Th.Su&Tulm
THE LEONARD HORMK-CLIPI'EH
I NOW RUNNING HA\ R
oi ?es clipped. Price. $1 a horse. Leave
rders^ at 310 north Ninth str??et or ?***
THE CASE OF CARTE
will ut: OtlrsiMHUm iiv HKMii
? II IMl JIRV lll-M.'HMOU.
SURPRISES HAT BE EXPECTE
The Pro?,-oui,,,, aill, ?efenre no
In Po??e?.lon of Evidence That 11
Bat Been Made Palillc-The Prl?
ner More InrrsSBMB
James Tenrose Carter, the Henri
groceryman, who shot and killed Charl
F. Moore on the, road In front of n
on the monrnln?- of BaUurday, Sfl
tember Mth, will soon hnvs to snnwi
before a Jury for tint .! ,], and It
more than Ukely that he will be put <
trial for his life bobm ttOM thi
The case will be BOhB?ttsd to a sped
grand Jury, which BsaSBShlee at :1
county court-Iiou?e to-morrow at
o'clock, and then if, as now .?
ceedlmrly likelv, an Indictment Is foua
against him, he v. ?it be taksa hafot
iMgs T. a,iii ;, wi khans, and :
I th tlie J? ||
date to I,.- SSI for h:s trial. 'I
Jury * ? : .y, and it i
thought likely that out of the ?
:. Busamoned tor this tena, at lass
a majority of ?H to u;
will be s.
' ntlon, In t that the kill
meat, to 1 it provo
' 'lion neverthe
- : s
meat l? ads myster?
to ths Bffall ! ... nt made b
Carter Immi
ti n,, th. re w? . ordlng to tl
. r a rerdj
Quittai, but ' V declines *
at all. and his coil!..
guine of a i rsrdicL G
foil in th |S lik.-,;
thai the tri.,' aill be attended by as larg
a crowd as svsr assembled In Henrico
BOW CO II
SURPRISES OM TAP.
undoubt? - me sur
priss in ths va) <>f svhlencfl winch it wii
Spring wii.: fhfl ' oines to trial, bn
the pn fl of con
m -. and Common i
Attorn? Bdent that he wil
make out
Both -ei- ? will lattrodaes ?
bs? n glv? :. to th? though
that th? the de
.-. il b? m- mie rs ol C : tefi Imme
family.
A? has bees already pubttehed, ths pro
. bas b photogi ?i i. of the wounds
made In If? I y ths two abots
fir. d by Cart? r, aad It Is likely I
joducs i to ah?m thai
i whllfl ths Manchee
t?r < ontrsctor bad bis back i
Carter. < rther ? Idence along
being gathered by I
of th.- murder was made and a number
de. By th. -- II will.
.
ble for G - iv? aeen
:
and s '" .-n. Bl him.
A MOST UNUSUAL CASE?
In it, .
i '... two men m?
- ! with
..lunar..
who wa
mortallj
ed. fell :
?, illop? d up
of the r< - " from wbers
Carter atlll
will be remein'
not t" tue shooting, I
? when
! ll.
him "a th
be lay back In 1
Winston, in his d? ?
t.. ,.!'
i i told him Ims
Ing thai bs had dons the d? i d b.
, -..in. tan I and would
not pay him, and 11 later
confit m? 'i bj Mrs. Carter. Ths prl
bims? If i I It, unless he
Ilia,.. tO 1
Mr. Wen ; S Ith Mr. H M
. .ir., will represent him, Baya thai
he did i."i shoot Moore I
lin.ii.. lion, a
hing as justtfi? stlon :
human life. Carter was Just
As 'ho time for bis trial i
li ?hat serve whi
i him o --- ind he
is losing Besh, I
is due to his conflnetnenl 111 -
, i man Fri?
i n
i;? hois i it?. ?. i mi: i. *?i. i . \.
BS ?T> I Ii ?ii/i in lleuil in?'??? f??r ill?
\ ru r'is W .ill..
Th? rej iirs and Improvetnents at ths
I - - ' ? :-'..:. a - lion
sow oompleted, and all department
woik will be open with I ow.
The
upon I d aslum fltxii
and i .
slum, i" ginning to-morrow
-
Ths m-a atlona era I
win .? ? th? in
in the history ol th? tlon.
' la Ing t" siennes? in ths s of
!??r Mr. McKee to gel out tl
I (?"'?k, as usual, in Beptei
b- ,,k ?in make ?i - spi rarem _ ?r?
row, aad will be full of lot? the
inciiib' : ?. and fl tlon
Beca um "t this delay, tr ?
ill the clam
Ding ' -i ege, whi. h ars ;,"t already mil,
op? n for ' ntran :a to
da). ' rctober 1m!? Afti r I ?tu
dents will !" requlr? .1 to ;
. ' semination.
Mr. Lawrence N, r..s will ?
ling in th? irlor
this h 4 o'clock The th? ms
of the aftei soon a 111 bs "Com
Whil. th.- m. tings ??.n Ing t
ai.- primarily f..r the Christian o rl
all men. b'.th yooag snd old. ar?
come.
Ths Boys' Cospel Army will n:?-.-t In
IhS i Mr. J. M
m. th? n?--..' physical director, will
-, to the boys, it l. bop? d
BS a lat turnout of not ?
Army boj b, but m? n I
gymnasium ilso.
The Workers' Bible Training C?as? will
meet at lui o'clock In tl a
roam. Th this
class is ?lea.!ily upon the Incn
It Is believed that fuliv twenty j
men will 1 i with to
!.:- Of ChHst. and
is le.i by th- general s?cr?tai
it will bs s i run of great joy i>
'., know thai while
the membership of th.- association the
RoVal
Baking Powder
Made from ptire
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
against ?alum?
Alum baking powders are the greatest
menace? to health of the pr?sent day.
?ovai BAKiNO ??owot? CO., stw yob?.
educational work and the physical worl
are at the hiKh tido of pro*?p?-rity, tha
She Pit,le cl.-i.-.s work of the aasoclatloi
this >.-ar '.?.ill Ix; the most effVient an,
i altan lad work of th? pant tan irean
Tli, r." will be Sicht dilT?-r. tit Bible I
sat arena, it ta also the parpeas of th?
itlen ta riiak,- this !
work tas raYoaassl and beat In the his
tory of th?.- aaaoclatlon.
s ti i : 111:111 aTJBD iumi:h
In a Ls-tlcr Thai W*\* M?i*?t .srnth.
invr.
LEUBURG, v.\, October I -<>v rSal
Nesra has been received by her relative!
I. re, of the d< ?O? 'm Friday, on Mrs. n-n
rtatta ?Sstunaar Lea, of ftliepbardattarn,
W. \ 1- If] Lee fated at the
. la-1 iw, 1..-. < ?har?as ? toMa
borough, WsJkeravllle, Frederleh county
htat
I IS In the 89th year of h?*i
i ana the widow of Hon. Edniuo.
Jennings Lee, ol Shepherdstown. She >v.i.
the daughtar of Danlal Bedli
the revoluUonary trar and .i
the late lion. Henry Bedlnaer, at or,?
time in the diplomatic ser*/lee of thh
country, abroad. 11 a ?.- 1 must eharm
in?, lady, highly r. fined and cultured an?
was aiaoa an boaorary member of th.
Daughters of the American RsYOlutioi
hi.--i.iii, a of ! ety, n 0 'i?.. -
from them a ?al'ialile token ?if
- as - -i " t southern, r
l'urina; tho war In r dwelling .'.' S!i -
irned by ord. r "f Gene
sral Hunter. United States army, arhlel
bar to writ- him I raOSt scathing
letter of rebuke, which may be found lu
"The Annalt of the w.tr," rand was pub
llshed m tli?- 1 un?- in the Richmond i-:?
amlner. Her death was of old as?*- Sh.
had ? - on a
stell here to her daughter, Mrs. Ids L
Rutt, aldon ol Coltwel a. t. If.
irmy, and was un
?*?ht mid charming f'?r one of
ber 1 here on Thursday morn
ing ii I for Mir;.'..ui,l. ami die,I.
?1 l-'riday morning about 1
"Three children terrist hsr--atrs.
i,,- Ooldsbor? '' I
.. 11 p. l.ee, of Cbarlott. rtrlUe,
Vn
M OTTS! 11.0< --
< unirait fan- II u I I.I i nu n 11 ?? e 11 . n | ?
l'.-r*?..iiii I.
- ?TTSVILI.P. VA., o. t..I,. r g- ,Sr -
, Mr. Jonathan Pitts, who had his
off "ii lii.s way to Richmond
wind on 'a falling on
it, rol 'i' osd hoa day.
Mesar. W. c. Pendletoa end J. I
: th- Third \ i;
-, i:. .a, ind
'tlellt.
Mr. Roben Plannagsa, "f .'liar:
rifle,
. ,| I-'rid.iV.
l t. .1. B .. of M i' --ii, Bi
. , , arrived hers Th irsday to
tica.
Ths for bolldlng Mr. F. C.
:; 1,:-^ "SnOS ,1' i.
i i trill
it th- modera Iniproreinenta in it. The
it tin a spring on
.;...?..-.
I 'l'a-, lor Morns IF I' irkln
in town to*
I. It P::t-, of V..k Hiil,
the train.
Mr. Reuben Martin, of Richmond, is
to his mother,
w, .,!,.. atlll ha*/lni narnt, rainy area?
ther.
I Sal 17 II s IT y ELEVE*.
Tli.-ir Play 4 .-?l.-r.l.-,? With Hi?- I'nii
l??l>? Tenm.
''HAI:I."!"!'i:SVI!,l.l-:. VA.. October X._
i.il.)?Tha T'nlv.r tv ,.f Virginia
foot-baii eleven played this afternoon its
ma of tu? Bsaaoa, th? last be
NBteel with th. University of
I elms', ivania. at Phiind-lphla, on Wednes
day aext The oppos;-;^ team was from
Pant- -t was only
t.iratlon. the BSCOnd
ii..if being omitted. During that tuns
.iv. with fti -in up the
i pre*/, at? mtopa
' am from approaching anywhert near
its osm g? B . ri--,i did
the b? i worl for the i
Tie- lili" -111" 1"..
.tlon. Pintop?.
. i.eft end. Thempa n
.Left I sfcCJua
Tempi* .hm.i.- tt ?juard .. , Hodg? - -
' 'rump. . . .Rot.:
.Right ?nard.BfUupa
.Right tackle.Stewart.
i . i' - - I .Barber.
h .Q ??. Run
Bhlbley .Left halflbaca.nournoy.
Bird .Right beel.ataneaball.
Eiltora .l-iiii bach . Tutwu?-r.
" Touch?
(OBI. kii'k
.-! from touchdo* tn, :. Um]
IfcPbeetem Ref? rss ? "? ha.
1 . , ' |.:l -.-?lllL
I i ,I-.l.ats Bae tur entering
:
why !? no warning sign
(tit up, 111-11?
"V. but took It down BjBSjn,
toi a.' M aras up no oat asas in."
BaeBBtaglasj.
(Cincinnati laquirer.)
i ? r i barley," ?rrote the volunteer's
...art. "what a lovely lot of kisses
I trill . . w!i. i, >,, . i
tning ail the tim.- >
_
The Dumber of ?'hi?ese In Kan Kran
it .'0.?00.
?' olished
In the i
FOR A GREAT RE VI VaI
|*L\.M? FOR A SOCIAL OB8ERVAXC1
OF WASIIIN'.TOVH BIRTHDAY.
MRS. ROBINSON SUGGESTS THE IDEA
To Take riaoe Inder Ihe Aaaplce.
of the George Washington Memo
rial Am'n-To Promote Interest It
Dream of a \atlonal I nlTerslty.
The committee of Richmond for the
Ge?">rge Washington Memorial Association
hfrid tho first fall meeting at the resi
dence of the chairman. Mis. Virginia
Morgan Robins? n, at noon yesterday.
Th.se persons who have claimed that tho
fulfilment of Washington's dying wlsh
tlie founding of a fr?? utiiv.tsit?,
- dead Issue, would seem to have reckoned
t wlt'iout their host, for it BBS*Bars treat
. th? reports submitted thut ths
i tlon has never keen in such a fl??urishlng
1 condition as at present, and the object
sought seems ?ever to have been within
' such rea-onable bounds of rSnllMl
at pi.
1 The meeting yesterday afternoon was
largely attended, and lha members were
very sntl The Object of th.?-.
local .???mmittee Is to place the Si
Virginia at tue head '?!' list
? member States, and that?
Inci
. vi beta -[. ??
Which date th.? list ? ;-'.
j Mrs. Kobinson read a communl
from the of tii" association,
ing that Flrgl il i atande, .. ? si
, third In 1" ln| Of m- ni... rship In th
' of States, being ? relied only by N ?
York sad M
Th" . ti'.?i t?? pi v -' State "f
. Washington at the hand of ths llsi
i proprlats sod comm
. <ii.s of the ?a.intuit*".' sre confident that
} they win succed in dob
A NATIONAL CELUBRATION.
The. most interesting leature I I
I ta-r.iay's BM "' : ItlOO winch
- cam,.- from the chalnnna to mirk Febru?
! sry Hd Best, being th? Bats of Ws
ion's birthday. by a demons
throughout the length and breadth of the
country.
The proposal, which met with the
hearty support of lb? committee, '
heads ths giving of l 9 >n as
sembly ball in Richmond, at which
\ turnea patterned after those of th
triot'a day ahall be worn Ths plaa sp
iv? ai.-d to the fancy of of tlie
commll ti -. ami Mi a Robinson a
tborissd t?. writ" to the ol ths
; ?w George
Washington committees everywhere
should bold either bails or team on the
above .?.it', and tl:
of dress should be gdoptsd In SVSry ln
stai
WHAT THE ASSOCIATION STANDS
FcK.
The object 0%thls as.? .elation, as
in Its CO] and by-la v,
un' ?i mad by Pi d ml v. hint
th" estai.lishm? nf Of B national or COB?
ti.l university for the higher lam
i post-gi "in.it" nnlverslt) ?thai
the Ann i :
itioa snd giv? ly for ths
hlghsst ressnroh, aad rMpecb?ly to raise
in small Contributions S fund for the
:' an administration building, the
corner-ston- of which s!.?;i he la! I
m hund?. d< h ai
b? Quest,
The orlglanl draft of Washington's last
will and ' whn-h out I In? s the
ps of the Institution of which he
dreamed. Is in ths si
court?house at Fairfax, Va. I
ttu.s . . i tern?1 i -, ?ea ih
in perpetuity the lifty Ich I
hold in th r the
-d . IS Of the L .r?- ?.f Vir
. \tyoruti- : ' - ' of a unl
.*y to bees- ari thin the limits
Of th.? District of C'olun,- r the
auspices of th?? General Government, if
th?t nellne to l
g h lad toward It, and until
iiitiary is established, snd ths I
arising on tin- ; b : ?
for Its ?..port, my further d-sire is thai
the profits sccruiag th.-r. from shall,
whom r? r dividends are made, be liid out
m purr ha sing stock in the Baah ol
umbia or some other bank at '
ti.in of nr i raasurar
of th>. Uni! the time h.
under th? discretion of tongrees, snd the
dividends prooeedlog from tue put
OB until a BUBS
to the sooompllsbment of this object is
obtained.'1
COMPRTB WITH FOREIGN l.\-lTT?
TION?*.
it wss not Wi is it
ti,.- ?.-?i;ose of ths bill pending befoi
Beaate at tin- time - rival
of the nadergraduat? t, In?
deed, ..f th.- sa
ate s. Inetl?
wide fields for scientific end phlUnthro,
pic research, with th?? worid'a b*eai equip?
i.ir.'i. after th?
. .sell tl!' n
:
'v that shall 1.
work b ata! ;-.\
The ? Go veras al
ien - : ,, ??r un?'- :
"II! ,
, ratui--, ai,,I other
i the
Continent; the National Museum,
n Institution.
Hi, ?;
?a ?,f i:
the a'
of the different departments ara .-.?n
i by the friends of ItiOfl
to COI
ma ? ... itageouslj utlUasd In
- at Of th? ! Ulil.er
Btty.
At ?-? I!
'
WILL MIT BSOPBS ? V*?,\<?\ ? IBB.
?.ovrrnor Tyl.-r Agnii. lt?-fii??-? to
lutrrv t'ii?-?( upltol Noie?.
Governor T\ .
Cannon, of Norfolk convi? ted -?r eon?
?piracy to ruin the c : hia wife.
Mr. Thomas II \\ i ?. .' Norfo.k.
called on the Governor an,l
andeavared to have turn reopen thi
but hi mcy refuse?!, A
convi-itsd ''..i.:, b forf? tod hi
l& now a fugitl?.
to txe In Canada.
The ?Jovajrnor commuted the ?entence
of William Kenn?.u, of >
seed In April 131*7. to tlie years m
. .-.t' ntiary for burn; ,r> 'lt.,
don v, . \-,y the trial J
the Comm
the jury exaept ..ne. who is on of ths
itemenl Blgned i.-,
say?. "The eii att? nding
-. of tin- . , .
was convicted were sa.h that if the law
hjii permitted it th :i\,
Snder th.- statut.-, as v.- ,) n,
soi be dons." Tie- ?. nteace
was commuted ; ? two > i nu.
for go.n| behavior taken off, making
K.-Mtion's ti-rin end about January _t.
next.
The Governor also prepared a large
number of conditional pardons, wl
will be Issued In a few dfl
mor Tylt-r und staff will go to
Philadelphia th latter part of this
month to attend the Peace Jubilee ths
ii. ?s is requested t>> ths hav
ing the arrangements for the celebration
in charge to bring a regiment of Vir
gin.a troop? with him, but he Informed
t!i.-m he huai no soatSOi over (he ?oldlera
from thla State who are In ih? national
service.
1
TO CURB KERYOUS DISPEPSIA
Ta? (.?In riSSa, to. Sleep By.,,
K,.,?T?r What App?||,e ?,,,, ,.,?,, *
?iBs-ation ?,?, M(ll?r m t%(
of stunn Dysaaasla
Tnblela.
Interr?t|BIC E?p,ri,?, ,. ,| .? ,?,,
npoii? eaattataas.
M .
misunderstood than ,,
' baring if think
aro to l,!..
not cured by n,
reme?!!? s; the r?-..i
eight of; the Btantt
?ooked Biter.
Nervous ?lysp.'pri,-? of!
any pain ahatevei a
I? rhaps any of I
itself ri"f in th.
as la n. .,r.
? as?-? th.- baart i ilpl<
in otlurs. the. kid
in othTs the bow??is are
I 'he*; stlli ?>tli-;? .
Saab and
mu?a: .
burn.
Mr. A. \V. Sha
so. ,t, Indianapolis, i- d
lows: "A motive of ]
prompts. BBS
I
1 , .1
- - front nom
rned
temporary relief until tl
,||e|ee \?.,r?- "?T I
my sedentary h
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