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THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, If
Criticising Ihc N. Y. World for whnl
It calls "Bad Logic and Worse Ad-,
vice," the Washington Post continues
Its zealous defense und support f Ih
Federal administration lu Its treason to
human right:; and ihe prlnclpl nf
American freedom and Independence,
"Taking up the proposition thai wc
arc lighting t>> establish 'stnblt gbv< rn
ment' in the Islnnils and insure to
thtdr people the blessings of freedom
and civilisation,' the World In.
'Why not give them n chance to j ? . n
themselves?' If that has any meaning.
It means surrender to th.- insurg
It means whnl Ihe Boston untl-ihiper
laTlsts demand, in brief, il mem
precisely what Senator Pettlgrew hiis
the frnnkness ? .i> ? Inrc In these words:
"?This government should recall
every soldier in the Philippines im?
mediately und apologize lo the ivoiiil
for the error WC have made, and tin ii
the Islands over to a native govern?
The Vlrglnlan-Pllot by no means
thinks It necessary to adopt Senator
Pettlgrew's extreme views, in differing !
with tlio Post and condemninij the
course of McKinley und his administra?
tion In ihe Filipii.es. it is enough (und
anything less is not enough for us p>
do) to offer the Filipinos freedom and
Independence mid peai e upon su h rea?
sonable terms ami conditions as the1 cir?
cumstances "f tl false ooslti n. Into
Ti'hlch we have boon betrayed by nn in?
competent, und perfidious administra?
tion, may require of n self-respecting
government and n grei t and magnani?
mous people. The fatal error and vice
of the argument for the administration
is its persistence in confounding a great
Republic ami u free p< iple with an ad?
ministration policy thai is a greater
crime, perhaps, against us than iigainsl
tho Flllpines, mid making us part ceps
crimlnl8 In a guilt of whi -h we uro
The Republic, Its constitutions, n
tu lions,principles mid people hu?, he n
lire, and consist, inly will lie for (hi
liberty and independence of io Fll
pines. There are no Insurgents, oxe pi
against McKinley and his base trench
ery to Ihc trust c ihflded to him. We,
therefore, the government it ml i |>l<
of the United States, In denouncing Sle
Killtey's error and crime, and offering
tho Fl 11 pi noestin freedom and hid pon
dence that should never have bo< i de?
nied them, Incur no humiliation in
doing, nor should any of the ein um
?lanccs attending it be unworthy of us
and the net. We have rights ns well ns
the Filipinos, In suite of (he common
enemy that falsely assumes lb act for
us and in our mum; and in according
the Flllpines their rights of liberty, in?
dependence mid peace, thej must ne
cord us the recognition and respect that
will enable us t i withdraw with honor
from circumstances Into which un un
worthy administration has ied us.
Wo need not stiri nder to the Fill
plnocs. We shall not. Resuming our
government under Bryan and the Dem?
ocracy, We shall then. If not liefer-,
tender tho Flliidnoes tho liberty, in?
dependence and pence our faithless
agent ai Washington has violated so
grossly, with such repartition.and upon
such terms as become US. This is due
us fmm tho Filiplnoos; ??<. owe it lo
ourselves; and our Mag and our brave
soldiers thaUhuve followed it. are not
to be insulted ami dishonored because
of ? situation which they did nol create
and are in nowise reHponsibh for, whi re
stern military law has plhced them.
The Post and tho other apologists, de?
fenders and advocates i i crui I t: ii li
crnus and despotic Imperialism need
not be so sensitiv.. i0 th. humiliation
of doing right. Th.. humiliation pro
ceeds from the fals.- attitude Into which
we have been betrayed and forced by
McKinley; nnd honoi nnd self-res
are to be regained, not p, persisting
In Wrong-doing, but In repudiating and
disowning it. if we do not renounce
and denounce the treason to Filipino
liberty nml Independi nee, American lib?
erty and IndeDchdcnce will soon feel
the same trcaion from tho same
t rut tors.
OUR LEAKNHD THIEVES AND
Win ii a man tells us that ho has
practically captured and harnessed,all
ihi grcnt natural forces, s.? that they
may be applied to all Useful purposes
at little or no cost and trouble, we de?
sire Blither Information, unless wo
have reason to believe him Insane, Aft?
er he lias called our attention m the
pressure of the atmosphere and how It
operates, with particular Inslstei.n
how then could utilize this pressure, if
they could but control and direct it: he
casts that aside as a lr|llo compared
with tiie forces which uphold and im?
pel the universe. Dilating upon these
at some length, he llnnlly concentrates
attention on th?- attraction of gravita?
tion, as the prime motor of ail things,
great and small, and shows how man
with this incalculable power, of which
electricity is only a side r< suit of some
of its motions, could easily perform the
most stupendous undertakings as mere
amusements of idle li ons, lie comes, at
last. t-> unfold his great discoveries.
li.- cites tin- success of pneumatic
tubes for conveying mails ami other
parcels, tin- experiments in atmos?
pheric railways and their progress;
and the variety ol machinery in which
the PressUre of the air is the direct
force employ, d. All we need, he says,
is a safe, .lean and easy process of
oreatln.tr a vacuum in the direction In
which we wish the pressure ot the air
to operate, and there we are. ready to
ride the whirlwind and direct the
storm, limiting ilhtl shaping the vac?
uum lo lh.' d sign in vi. w. Bill sud
Oonly abandoning tin- air. as hardly
worthy1 of consideration, he eloquently
expounds that gravitation at once be
i em, s our beast >>!" burden by a pro?
cess of suspi nclhig and directing it a:
will: and how feasible and easy this is
he demonstrates by the kite, the bal?
loon, the sky-rock. t. and certain odie
for, . :: devel.I in mail by combining
j his willpower, magnetism and elec
I trlcity which result I in a motor so po
i lent and inanngcablc Hint wo can s o
no reason for any other; and so we
: leave him, < lear out of sight, in the
.hieh empyrean. .-:iii kiting, bhlloon
j Ing ami sky-rockettrig in a manner that
i upsets our gravity and exhausts our
ntinosphcre in bursts of laughter.
This littie narrative illustrates tp..
mighty prbJcnlM and new discoveries of
tin- philosophic and Bcicnllllc trusts,
colleges', universities and societies pit
the learned and authentic fellows who
malte high discourse to the enlightened
public; w,hile their "pals" exquisitely
dressed, bred :1ml mannered, of the
very 1" st families and Social standing
in..; to ttpenlt of ihelr religious rela?
tions), "go through" tin- installed
audience, ami then order the rabble to
deliver all they have.
Ail laws (except Ihelr own) are un
conslitutinn.il, obsolete, unnatural and
Inoperative wherever these mhstcrs of
the morals ami money of the age pre?
vail; ami one fei Is thai it is a most
gracious act of charitable con los? eli?
sion en their i>ar; to explain why they
pick our pockets; cyen if the explana?
tion is nonsense, or an obvious lie.
Tin y. no doubt, enjoy these Intellec?
tual diversions (at nur expense)! but
ii is the boys and frogs oxer ngnin:
? Sport for the boys; but death to the
The X. Y. Sun. with a car, 1- ss use ? f
language, thai does n bei oin its pre?
tensions to precision and truth, nol id
speak of fairness, referring t ? Mr.
,. ...n"s Des Maines speech character?
izes what he raid about standing armies
Us "An Attack oh The Army." The
truth is that Mi-. Ifryan only Biibstun
tlally re-ttcratfld what every statesmen
arid patriot, jealous of Ilia ??an liber?
ties und those of his country, ha ; n
saying for all tiie centuries; at I ii In
1 of I
'.. Y. 1
li'rsi and second 11. ill nan:.: in our army
do not receive \ ry magn linent s.B
straps are lividlj sought after, as Mr.
M. Kinhy cm attest.
The Sun young man ; dsics jij . .....
elision ti sneer a: Mr. Bryan as a
soldier ami ;>> say that if tint. eVei
was n fat job in tiie .irtny it was that
drew ?I,<J?? fei- his uallani servlc ii. II,
< oUlil, afh i- : lug that he eOtll I
serve Iiis country clsewhcii to tu e,
pui p..Sc than in "C ! ,,, '.|ni) if ?,
llhs li hacked any army. ,: jy tint stand?
ing army against wli h Washington,
.leff,-rs..n a- ! all pat, tid Amerl ans
have Bteadlly warm 1 thei
What's b ..U;a ef 111,; ,
pcmlcm ? '.'
u 11 try
tie ?il?w.er, but it's 1 tun r
Congn . "j
Sam in op net.
l' Ihg Inti i'vlcwcd
hley fop M<
>ii with iii.
Somebody pugg st, d that the admin
Istration wished 1.. "Boot" those Phil
ippine.. otit , t the r cam- brakes. Th.:
is hoggish, ci rtalnly.
Thn Diamond 'Shoal Light Ship, like
riches, every now and then takes wings
and III* S away.
Won Id it hot be n good Idea to have
n "general cleaning week" j)C Norfolk's
alleys every year?
It Is pleasing to see the- excursionists
onco more Hocking into the city. They
are thrice- Welcome.
liven nature has her storms and
calms?then may no: man be excused
for "bl v. lllg" a little.
Since Norfolk is nupplying a few
ulllcers for the Philimdnes, that acro?
batic light Is coining closer Imme.
Those Kr, nehmen must be continually
on a picnic or else burying somebody,
from the number of "wakes'" they have.
Haiti is in financial distress, the ef?
fort to form s one basis of compromis?
ing its debts having failed. In this di?
lemma the people arc said to b. con?
sidering the advisability of seeking a
protectorate from the United States.
As the republic has a debt of $15,500,000
and expenditures more than the reve?
nues, the prospect will no doubt nppcar
an Inviting one to the Hanna-Mc
Klnley combine. Haiti would be as
profitable as the Philippines, to say the
Even the Filipinos, it seems, have
better arms than our troops. General
incompetence has evidently in ? n in
command with us nt every point possl
bb .?Ki. hmond Dispatch.
How can our acute contemnorary
have overlooked the Woi Department?
General Incompetence there was under
the command and direction of General
Alger, until recently, and Iiis ?10.000,000
was the best possible ftepubllcan as?
surance against incompetence. If that
sum Is not a competence, what amount
Is required to make up for Republican
Incompeti nee In bln< e? To be stire,
Captain Carter alone is Iii for a misap?
propriation, or a d< falcutton, of $2,.>.
000, or Jll.OOO.OOO; but thai Is a small
matter, if he is not required to pay, or
to undergo any penalty.
As to i\\d superiority Ut the Filipinos
to us in the matter of arms.?the Cen?
sor can square that by revising the
Isis; of killed and Wounded, though it
sei ms It Is not so easy tor him t? c iv< r
up tin- Filipino superiority to is in
lejts. They get away from us and
come back oh us \Vlili a celerity that
baffles mendacity and exposes the
mendacity of bur Imagination .\en un?
der Eastern inspiration. These things;
in. doubt .arc among the miavowed
, am i s of Algol's r? tslgnatlon.
By th ? lime (October) tlr.lt MdKlrtiey
and his Secretary of War. Boat, < xpi hd
the army of Otis in the Flllpines I >
50,0.hen, an hrniy of i00,000 or mon
will be required .1.1 Blind he and hold, no!
only Luzon, but Nogros, Cebu an 1 othei
islands of the niiihipelag ? that are said
to be rising t.i help Agullinldo in Lu?
zon. Perhaps DOiOOO men under a more
energetic ootnmaiidir lhan Otis, might
have conquered a peace, at least, in
Luzon, six months ag ?; but how the
problem is larger and an opportunity
has In en lost worse than the loss of
The Washington Post stems to think
that our obligations to give r allow
tho Filipinos self-gbvCr'niheiH nie less,
than those to Cuba, because :1c- latter
are public ami oflictnl obligations. Ob?
ligations of principle, honest nhd
hon r in stich cases as these do hot
depend on how tiny are assumed, oi
whether they are recognised at ail or
le t. Both Cubans and Filinlii a were
"subjects" of Spain, one as hnu h as the
Other, and in Hie treaty of pence tit
Paris \\e should have mad.- tho same
terms for both with Spain; and if wb
i.'hosi to give Spain $20,.1,000 lor a
"sovereignty" in tho Filipinos she did
inc. possess, tlial dal and i add ill i !?. ?
in. difference ns to the righttj of the
Filipines am! mir duties?tiie latter be?
ing dctlned for us by acts and prin?
ciples that created this Republic and
made us citizens of a free country.
OPINIONS OP THE PRESS. \
: in: m .> vru it I a l. km i;.
(Northern Neck News.)
'I ii, friends nhd advocates of Soha
?'I Martin's candidacy were hmd in
i deelaration's, previous to (he May
Conference, that th y were no: Oppin d
' ? hi fullest expression of public sen
n.i nt- Tin y Justified th, u stand
i ilnst that meeting, chh-iiy upon the
"' 'un-i that it originated and was gi>:
11 up in the I lift v. of ope man. Thai
? Ml n.aa, tin y sililil, was the || in, W.
?V .bines. M. i \, of the First Congres
?it.mil district. Wi II. the .May Confi r
met, considered, pass it resolu?
tion.- am! adjourn, d, without naming a
candidate. Still Senator Marlin am!
!- i-rie sin l ed -in, longer ;it the
??< in ..u: a: the principle. The Indig?
nation of the voters found Vehl at last
in the announced candidacy of not tho
Hen. w. a. Jones?but in Unit of thai
ling Virginia gentleman and
?' Mi.m. Hon. ,i. liogc Tyler. Are
thi Martin men still anxious tor the
frei expression of public opinion?
Nr.- they no; rather in every city, town
and county committee striving to
throttle public opinion by refusing a
yoteilii primary for United Siates Sen?
tit' fl The i.pic of Virginia would be?
ll ivn innre in their nntl-Confi rcihi ?
ij it ions If tin ir post-i fitifi ?
lions were more in consonace there
i The Roanokc Times.)
A citizen from Aloemnrlc Writes that
Martin could hot be electi I In that
? otihly If placi d In a Hat footed rat e
with Tyler with lite people as Judges.
TliiS Is a most Fiighllicailt piece of in
formatiou, as Albemurlo is the home of
Martin ami supposed to bo his strong?
hold. The writer counsels vigilance on
the part of Tyb r's friends and the de?
termination to i OHIO dir. 10 primaries
and conventions and lo see that Jus?
tice Is done. If this is lud done "the
machinery will continue unhindered
and Martin will conic out on top as hi
did in Ivo. This is exactly what wo
have contended ail nlong, and it is
gratifying lo note an expression of tlv's
I kind from Martin's own nelnhhovhood.
Tlie Sovereign Remedy for Catarrh
Soven ign I!' mcdy <'o.t
Gentlemen :? is with great ptensun
that I give you my testimonial. For .-1? ? ? i
time i have been suffering trotn that tec
rlhlo disease. Catarrh. My nostrils were
nearly cl ised, und '.t was almost Impossl
ble io breathe through them. My whole
head was badly Inflamed njy ears wen
full of water, and my sleep very much
disturbed. Heading your advt. one morn-1
lug, concluded to try a bottle of your
Sovereign Catarrh Cure.-. Tim relief it
gave me was simply elegant. After my
Hist treat men I I noticed a decided hein I
< ial effect. I licvo been using your Ca?
tarrh Remedy for ubqut lo days, and ihc
results havis been mCst marvelous. My
head is clear, the Inflammation I? Bon<
and feel like u new being. 1 advise all
angering villi this obnoxious d!s< ise lo
us.- tho Scottish Catarrh Specially nntl
receive the same blessing 1 have,
"i ours very truly,
? II AS. J. JONES.
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Rheuinatlsin, aching Muscles, Sore?
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SO V Kit HI UN COUGH AND LUNG
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Dyspepsia, deranged Stoma th, Indiges?
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1237 ArGh Gt., Pliiiadelpl)iaL Pa,
ICE CREAM PARLOR
Wo rah furnish yon with a better an.i
clii iper cream than it Is possible to got
|?ewlioro. Come and f ample our cream
and get prices and bu convinced.
CHURCH STREET. OPPOSITE HOLT.
BOI 11 PHONES, ti5.
ige cii m WL
PURE BALTIMORE CREAM.
Special prices for parties and excursions.
All the pdpulir flavors. Orders taken Tor
ih I very to anj pn'rt of the city, Wo com?
pete with all prices and our Ice Cream
and IOCS are guaranteed to bo tho best.
NORFOLK BBHDY KITC?EH,
Souihi rn State.-; Phone C73.
j : SI BANK ST.
tfie Are Always Striving
To improve ihe quality
of. our Cream ^
Oiii" Pencil and Pineapple, made
from liic fruit, is delicious.
19 CHARLOTTE STRLET.
Hot h 'plum, s, I 19.
272 Main Street.
Headquarters for t'-.e <-niy genuine
French Vienna and Homo Made Bread in
tho city. Fancy Calles and Ice Creams of
every description I nown to tno art.
ll.iv,. you fried our sparkling Soda? All
syrup.-! drawn fr.on glass jars. rivrtip
made from fruit Juices only. No extracts
used A trial will convince you.
lu the Caf* you can bo served with nil
the deli iclos of tho season prc-oarcd by
Fri n< h Chefs.
Specialties each Saturday,
WATCH THE WINDOWS.
_ ? _ ?. ?
I FOX RIVER BUTTER |
!-> IN PRINTS I
II 23c per pound. J
I - <\
? BENNETT'S i
I Tea and Coffee si ore. j
I 59 New Market Place, J
You need not tramp from
store to store any longer, look?
ing for "the new things in
lining!*" We have them all
The line is an aggregation of
many novel things, such as
"Spun-glass," Percasilk, Per
caline, "Near-silk, Hair Cloth,
Selisia and Cambric, and all
the desirable kinds.
The color range includes
the choicest colors and many
delicate shades of each color.
The prices ? They are on
the level with any.
Take the car- stop at Doz
ier's lor Linings.
205 Main St., Ncrfoik, Va
ACADEMY ?F MUSIC BUILDING.
Tlie Moniicel'o Corner.
SPECIAL TO OUR PATRONS
AMI Tlili PUBLIC.
Pending the alterations and Impr?ve
iiii ats now In prop toss to tin; Interior of
our si< re. we Ix y yi or indulgi mo for nhy
Inconvenience to which you tittly bo sub- I
jeeteil in shopping with us. Promising
I hero Will be no Inch o( > (Tort on the part
of each and every salesman lb serve yoii
in the very hi ^t matin i. a hi refi fore.
We cdltlldchtly licspertk that you will
he amply rewarded m consequence of the
extremely low prices which prevail with
rid this wn it.
Lawns, Dimities, Parasob and
AT HALF PRICK THIS WEEK To
? la ?SIii ' ?< IT.
Hereti fore 75c. and sT- for ;t ?
lin.il clearance ol these handsome, a
st '.i ll .'...i perfeel ilttini* Waists, fl
sonic slightly soiled and crinkled, g
I BENJ, LGWENBERG.
34 Granby Street.
jj Old 'phone SSS
Have You Seen?
Thar excellent 10-1 and 11-4 Wool
Rlankct how on sale In the w'est win
dow . : :'.::?*> Main street. Reyond it doubt
iho I-. '. Dlankel ottered in the city for
the price. 10-4. ?>-'..11-4. &2.0S. i'..ll
ami es inline the RlanketH ami you will
think as we do, no doubt. Remember,
.'o pi rs 10-4 ami 50 pairs 11-1. and all to
be i ild dining the lime and at above
prici s, if wanted.
L. H. WhSiehisrst,
336 MAIN STREET.
Now Phono 857.
Pique and Duck Skirts,
We give special attention
to all work of this de?
scription, and laundry
same in a first-class man?
105 GRAF " ST.
New Phone 874.
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Send ?t call for olrcutars in regard to
the atudy tor Civil Service Course. Take
iidvantagc of your summer vacation to
it.u a business education. Wanted stu
<!? nt?! as teachers for branch classes l>
i'. i'? >N. 1'nni i;iai. Iliylt>-Cni
MARY WASHINGTON COLLEGE.
For Voting Women/and Girls. Thorough
and complete course or study. English
(tranches, languages, Art, Music, Btocu
tl ii and Physical Ciillure. Session will
Im gin September the 27th.
Miss VIRGINIA REYNOLDS
Ml - MARY UUCHANAN RANDOLPH
For other Inrorninllon address < are P. o
Uox Not folk. V?. For personal Inter?
view -.!tor September the 1st, call at the
alary Washington College, corner of
Granby street and College Place, Norfolk.
MT. ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
Course of Studies?Classical, Scientific
and Commercial. Terms?Boarders, nor
session of live month', flla,
Studie?; will l?i resumed on MONDAY
Sit-ii. b.r IS99. Add resit,
URO. JOSEPH, Director. Station P..
S nd for catalogue. Jyl2-2ra
Newport News Female Seminary.
Classical School for Girls
and Young Ladies.
Full corns of efficient teachers, renre
.- lltlllg the best colleges of the North and
Unusual advantages In Art, Music and
Kiocution, Conservatory course m music,
T lilt MS R R A S( IN A'. 1LE,
Your patronage solicited.
Apply to MRS. M W. IIARWOOD,
22."i 21ith St., Newport News, Va.
Founded IM2. Courses leading to it. a.,
R. S.. M. A., and Rache lor ol l*nw. Klgli;
Professors, three Law Professors.
Ami I" 1 br.irtcs and laboratories; $.V),oiiO
spent this year oh new equipment. Mod
erati expenses. Session opens September
21. For catalogue address President K
W. rMJATWRIOIlT. Richmond Va.
The 124th vs.?:on will open Wednes?
day September 13th. For catalogues
KUMIARD MclLWAlNE, President.
jy20-tli,sa,tu-Sw UamiHlen-S.'daey, Va.
3ETHZL hllLITAtiY AG/ibfcf?Y
III lh. I \. u.l.m>. \ Irclnl*.
Disinfect all ces^ pools, garbage
boxes, cellars, yards, &c, with one of
CHLORIDE LIMB ."., 10. 15c
CAniJi iLATED LIME .2r,
i CARBOLIC AC ID ...25 c
' CREOLEUM .l?, 20 and 15 c
i a iPPERAS .5c. pound
Patent Mcilidiics ai Cost.
296 MAIN STREET.
For these beautiful and good Shoes
for Ladies'wear, tli.it are worth $2.
Kid and patent tip, lace or button.
Norfolk and Portsmouth.
BEFORE THE WAR,
PLEASE SEND ME A ROAST OF BEEF
SINCE THE WAR,
SEND ME A ROAST OF HOME KILLED BEEF
No danger, we have none but our
own killed Heel, Veal, Lamb and
Puik, Lard, Saussage, etc.
OPEN Al l. DAY, BOTH PHONES.
J. S. Bell, Jr.&Co.,
Corner Queen and Church Sis.
OLD PHONE NEW PHONE 1010.
(ALSO PURCHASERS ok tiii: COLUJI.
ISIA BUSINESS COLLEGE .?
Cor- Granby St. and City Hall Ave.
Take a course of Instruction at Um
popular Business Training School and
thereby lit yourself lor indepcndoneo an?
prosperity. Even graduate. Iii a position.
l>ay and night sesuions, Send for u,?
logc- and booklet. J
J. M. R^SSI.ER, Prosidont.
RALEIGH, N. C.
One or the Iii. t f< Oia!" s.liools !n tlio
South, and the cheapest for advantages
given. Send for catalogue.
RjawKhlfcta; "i\''iT'v:'^r\ j ' ? IS 58 1
SU FFOLK CO LL EG E,
FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIES.
FOUNDED. IN I SOT.
LOCATION; bcauil ful In a refined, hos?
pitable, religious community high in
tclleui ual i ul'iire.
BUILDINGS, large and comfortable,
with all in id. : n tippllane
ADVANTAGES, homo 1 re, Chrl linn In
flucric.es and thorough Instruction.
COUBSE < '!?' S'l DDY, coiupri :.? i ?Ivo in
every reined an i in Instrumental and
Vocal Muslo equal in breauth uul thor?
oughness i.hin ? ? ?? 6ry cmn ? -.
TEACHERS, i< ?H On roro.il in tho
laud. i'm nest, enl hu.i !c t :?? elall : ?.
REPUTATION, Hilly ? t it.!, i: i during
a successful career i>i thirty years,
EXPENSES tin lowest pus Ible;
TESTIMONIALS, df the hlfthcSl ? . r.
DIPIXJ.MAH i.t graduation awartttd :.i
fall grailu ii. i
Next fcss'on begins Septcnib6r 13, )> i),
For catalogue and further pan .. i
nddn . ;
SALLY A. FINNHiV.
P. o. Bos 3S?. Suffolk, Vn,
LPflclie-Wool Scliool for Yotiii] L ;
232 GRANBY STREET. N,' ' ' V \.
Twt utv-tdgh: it .?? .a ii giiiH <' ? cJ
partirichi* Music, Art und Lingual; 4
spi chilli -. .\ f< u !?? ar lei s will be . ., n.
Circulars at hoi l< ; ion ?
MISS AGNES DOUGLAS \V
lufnrmotloii prior |o Scpi-nilier iillli, ad?
dress MISS G. WEST, V. id worth, Me.
jyl'-su-tlaw-lni-l I n-d} .::.-i
PAN TO PS AC A Of MY,
Her Boys ami Voting Men. Behd for
Catalogue, .lollN H. SAMl .-O'.'. A. M.,
aul-cOd-ISI Pi >>>..,.
All forms ol (uu l Bonds
issued nroi.ipj.lv in (lie
AMERICAN B< ?ND1NCJ
AND TRUST < :u.
Call at oflicc of
Silfl |8 jllCfi CO.,
RRESpR^ iWG ~"
TT I -
2 9 tku m < ~<v ecu
Enamelled dild Gruulto Pi serving
Entiles,, all at low! -t pi .. i
have oi.i- Man';: and bud Lnllcii'
Bicycle, new, at less than < ?* :.
[\ J, MALliON, Ilanhvarc,
109 Commercial Place
Both Phones No. 101.
BEST BY TEST I
"While Cement Wall Plaster;5
Strictly II if HI GRADE Plastering ma?
terial for .walls und celling. 1,(10?) TONS
i, ,.i ,,,, the Pest work in N - i? ? >? L
vicinity Run/rlol- in STRENGTH,
II A it D N E :^ :-. DURABILITY' and;
FOR SA LE I'.V
GAMAGE & WALLER,
12 T') i- PLUM 11 ST.
cooke, clark & co,
SASH, DOORS m BLINDS.
Cabinet Maniels, Tiling und
Grates, l ine Builders'
Paints, (Ji!> and Glass.
84 COMMERCIAL PLACE.
_ei ROANOi\-l AVE._
Hay, Coin and Oats
A SI KOI AI. T V.
We bnv dlrr-t and deliver goods from
car In largo or small itu fi.tt- . Oil*
nrlcesare low. w ? Hcl orders through*
out North Carolina .;i i ?? ? ., tvhluH
will receive our prompt attention.
CHAS. ?. -SCOTT & CO.
Old Phon,- SI. New Phone 113?.
i: rraml Sti el Stnmpsy
Kail) liotel, UdggagO
nii'l Bras*Checks. Smls,
it : stem ii and Stamp
links, Pad . Datcts.ctc
mm and vmnz,
C?. Nu .on and Church Sisi