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A View from Chimboraso Hill. Enchanting view, which from thie em* int'iu'e CJ reeta every eye and holds the vision fait, Enrapts the soe!, inspires confidence, Of better things for us when life is past. Soft verdant tin's spread lightly o'er the hills, Which range in endless undulating chiin. Twixt whio'i is heard the rippling of the r While festive birds rev *1 in grass and grain. And whBt a valley there doth inter? vene ! With streams and trees and grain and cooling --hade, Teeming with life, an animating scene, A rural landscape in a city laid ! And then the homes which seem of ev.-ry Btyl**, Are thickly clustered in this fairy vale. As in the shrdy distance they defile, Of comfort speak and deep the lovely dale. Such scenes, methinks might Abraham of old Have had presented to his seer's eye. When God said to bim, *'lo, and I, behold, Will Rive these to thy children bye and bye." August, 1887. O. M. Steward. WASHINGTONLETTER New Omcers For The Repub? lican Congressional Cam? paign Committee. HAWAIIAN TREATY TO BE RATIFIED. On the Silver Line?Trick Did Hot Work [From Our Regular Correspondent] Washington, Feb. 7, 1898. Representative Babcock, of "Wiscon? sin, whose able managemer.t was a potent factor in the republican Con? gressional victories of '94 and 96, is agsin to be chairman of the Republi? can Congressional Campaign Commit? tee, and Representative Mercer, ol Nebraska, who vrts his able Lieuten? ant in the last campaign, is to be re? elected Secretary of the committee. It is complimentary to these gentle? men that in the re organization of the committee for thia year's campaign no other names have been mentioned for their positions. Notwithstanding the boodaOO whieh has so often resulted in the defeat of the party in power al the first Congressional election aftei the installation of the new administra? tion, the members of the republicar committee are preparing to enter tin c<,ming campaign with a determine* ti *n to win, and the lui expectatioi that the intelligent sentiment of th< country is behind tbe republican poli cy that is giving back prosperity to thi country. m *bK a ii out hawaii. Not a single Senator who has spoVei against tbe ratification of the treat; for the annexation of Hawaii bas pre seined a convincing argument agains annexation ; consequently those Sena tors who were for a lime in doab*, hav nearly all announced their intentio to vote for annexation, and the ratifl cation of the treaty is now assure when a vote is taken. Knowing thii Senator DaviB, who as chairman of th committee on foreign relations hi charge of the treaty, is patiently wail ing until its opponents have ..been gi* en an opportunity to say their say bi fore taking any steps to force a vote President Dole has started for nomi but he will make several stops on h way to San Frar.cisae, from which poi he expects to sail on or about the 22r inst. Every effort to get him to ta: about the pending annexation treat for publication failed, owing to his co: reet ideas of propriety. During h stay in Washington, Mr Dole prov* him*i?lf to be a gentltman, a schola and a statesman, whom every patriot American will be glad to welcome as fellow citizen. GERMANY AND THE TABRIF, The President and membera of tl cabinet are loth to accept the gener idea that Germany, io shutting o American fruits, even partially, and threatening to shut out Americi horses, is acting upon a general pli of tariff retaliation, but if the offici investigation now being made shi show that such is the case, action w be taken that will be sure to cau deep regret on the part of German No country on earth is so well fixed play the game of commercial retali tion as the United States. Our Ai bassador to Germany has already gi en the German goverment a h'nt to o willingness to play the game with a country that makes the first mo against us, and the indications are tl the hint will be sufficient to convir the Kaiser of the wisdom of prudem ONE DEGREE HIOHER. ? The changing of Hon Ethan All Hithcock, of Missouri, from Unit States Minister to United States A bsssador to Russia, by President Kinley has no particular significan political or otherwise. It was done the rt quest of Russia, and was in cordai.ee with the policy adopted the United States a few years ago, raise our minis-ers to the rank of e basssdors, in all countries that dt si to send ambassadors to the Uni States. The presence of an ambai dor at a foreign capital, gives United States more precedence tl can possibly be gotten by a minis owing to the strict observance of pkmatic etiquette in those countr which enables an ambassador from little ten cent country to outran minister from the United States, any other large and powerful coun and consequently to have precede of him everywhere. TRICK DID NOT WORK. It having been shown to the si faction of the Senate Post-Office C mittee, that the charges against E. H. He mus, nominated to be p master at Jamestown, N. Y , and preventative Hooker, whose rec mendation brought about the norn tion of having used money and a p tim on the Home pay roll to se< the retirement of a rival candid were nothing more than an aUeni*. keep the democratic post-maste that town, in office, the commute* onerated Representative Hooker dlr. Bemus, by favorably reportinj nomination of the latter to the Set GREAT HONOR. Representative B >utell, of III., the distinguished honor of being first member of the present Housi be renominated. His nomination by acclamation, too. Pretty good a man who is serving his first term ON THE SILVER LINE. Senator Lindsay's declaration of dependei.ee of the silverites of Kentucky legislature, and denis heir right to ask him to resign, w aye impressed more people thi J2 id. had he not preceded it by a vote >r the Teller resolution, thus indicat ig a desire on his part Vt throw a sop o the silver element of his state The lan who voted tor the Teller resolution eed not f *\ peet to be believed when ie says he is honestly opposed to the >rea coinage of silver. rn Yours Meu's Christian Association The Tuesday night Bible Class taught )v Rev. W. M. Stokes met regardless )i tbe extreme cold weather. Our Literary held its business meet? ing last Friday nisht. Our General Secretary ni-ule bk** report for Novem l>er, December ana January which was very encouraging. The Directors heartily endorsed the effort by the La Auxiliary in tha grand opening of Price's New Hsll. The explanation on tbe Sunday School lessan last Saturday was well led. ^ <*.ir General Secretary S. C. Burrell attended morning services at tbe Oth Mount Zion Baptist Church last Sun day Seventy-five boys gathered at our rooms last Sunday and took an active part in the Bible study which waa con? ducted by their President. The Men's Meeting of last Sunday was very impressive lhere were short prayers, son**s and talks by the men on the subject, "The answer is there is no time te Idle." The solo was rendered by Director C. C. Wil? liams* ?lanation on the Sunday School Lesson at 5 o'clock to-day. Mrs Benjamin Jackson will address tbe boys Sunday at 4 o'clock. Mothers send your boys. Kv J.J. Woodson will address the munday at 5:30 All men are in? vited. I, >okout for the "Klondike" at Price's new hall by the Ladies Auxili? ary, Shs Died Shouting. Miss Martha P. ind^xter, went to the Sod t'-aptist Church Wednesday night January 29'h She appeared very hap? py during the meeting after which she started home and had reached the cor? ner of second ai d Main street where she fell, she was carried into the drug store and everything possible done for ber, but she Boon passed away. Her funeral took p.ace from the First Baptist Church Sunday morning Janu? ary 30 at ll a. m. and the large edifice was packed to over flowing Rev. James H Holmes spoke very feeling? ly of deceased and of her long and continued membership, and christian character and that she was respected by the whale community both black and white. She was a member of the Star of the West-Tent and the Degree Council, Mount '.Sinai Council Inde pendent Order of St Lukes, bothjsocie ties turned out with full ranks and ac? companied the remains to their last resting place. A voice at mid night came, She started up to hear A mortal arrow pierced her frame She fell, but felt no fear. Funeral Director, Wm. l*?aac John? son, M?. WILLIAM Is\A0 JOHNSON, President ot tbe Security Industrial Mutual Aid Society Dear Sir: This is to certify to tfie prompt payment of my aunt's claim Miss Martha Poindex? ter and I cheerfully recommend your company for promptness. Her niece Julia Williams, Snnday Behool Union. ie ul Lit in in in ai ill ill St y ta la? ri v ur ny Ve Irtt ICt? 2e en ed m M* ce, i at (to? by to ,m red ted isa* tbe nan ter, di ies, any k a or try, nee itis om Mr. ost Re om ina iosi jure late, it to r of i ex and ;the late. has the B to wss for in the .1 of ould a it Quite a gathering of people were at the First Baptist Church on last Sun? day evening to hear the excellent re? citations and songs delivered by the Hunday School workers of the various schools composing the Inion. The or? der was very good anu all seemed J.o enj'iy themselves at the excsllent program whis'h is given in full below. Tbe Monthly K p rta showed that each school was improving and had taken on n-w life. A grand musical treat of the after? noon was a solo, by Midame A D. Price Her rich v.iif.** was heard in ev ery part of the church as she poured forth the solemn strains of music* Little Aretha V. Randolph. (6 year* old) of the Moore Street Baptist Sun? day School sang "I'm the ( hild of s King" with as much vigor and earnest? ness as to gain the attention of al! present. The Union is on an upward march now, and its exercise* are bet* ter each month. The next Union wil b * at the 5th Street Baptist Church oi Sunday March 6th. The program foi the evening was as follows: "All Hail the power of Jesus name' etc Reading of the Scripture, b: tbe Chaplain ; Prayer bv Professor W A. Mitchell, Hymn ; ''Blessed Assui ance" Report of Schools for thi month ; Hymn, "Yield not to Temps tion," Recitations, by Pearl Kyles Alice King, Christoper Smith, am Mamie Diamond ; Hymn ''Simply trust ing every day," Recitation by Susi Kinney; Solo by Aretha V. Randolph and Mr. R H. White. A short addaes by Rev C. C. Boone. Hymns "Go Bless you etc" aid Rescue the Perish ing". Collection* Solo by Madam A D. Price. After the closing hymn wa sung. Mr. R. J. Bass pronounced th Benediction.-***" NORFOLK MOTES. There was a very fashionable mai riage at the Mr. Zion A. M. E Churc on the evening of tbe 26th of J anuar 1898 The church is the largest amor our people and it was filled to its u most capacity by some of our best ci izens of both races. The contractir parties were Mr. Earnest H. Pollit ar Miss Bertha F. Smith. It is a very e temable couple and have been residen here for nearly six years. The cer mony was performed in a very appr priate manner by Rev. William I Thomas. D D , pastor After which reception was given by Mr. and Mi E. F. Jennings, 10 Fillmore Stret their residence. Many valuable and useful preset) were presented the happy couple ai congratulations received. Mr. W. Spottswood .head cook at t Allen house, fell and broke his hip a was carried to the City Hospital Tbui day morning. Rev. William R. Davis, ex-preside of the Baptis State College at Lou ville, Ky., is assisting in revival si vices at Town Chapel. The Union' Congregational Chut has just closed a very successful ser ef meetings, celebrating the 115th i niversary of the society and the ll. of their church. Rev. Johnson Mill is the acting pastor. J. T. Allen, Esq., is still visiting Danville, Va. WORKINGMENB All) AND BENE OIAL ASSOCIATION. Capital Stock, - - $10,000 Home Office: 916% N. 9th St, Ri mon*'. Va. It is sufficient to say that the Wc ingraen's Aid and Beneficial Assn tion has in its short career of one j and seven months outstripped al. vals in the State. We always pay sick benefits promptly, and at claims in twenty-four hours after i isfactory proof of the same. W. ti. Singleton, President; Dak isl Bowler, Vice-Presid 0. F. Norman, Treasurer, J seem i ah" Sm ith. Secretary First Bapt. Cscicn?College, il Street, between Broad and Marsl ?Sunday-school, fc:80 a. m.; prei ing?summer months excepted?1 a. m., 3:30 .and 8 p. m. tommun the second Sunday in each mi business-meetings, 1st and 3rd ft day nights in each month; pra meeting every Wednesday eveninj 8 o'slick; choir practice every day evening at 8 o'clock. Chris Endeavor meeting, Tuesday at 6:1 m., aa\ Wedmetdmy at 6*50 p. rn J.H. Hoi mss. Pas ^COLORED YOUTH IN TROUBLE. a WHITE QIRLS 1NFAT UATION. The Parents' Discovery The Grand Jury and The Charges. IThe followins explains itself.] Montbobs, Va., Jan Fm. 1898.?One if the most horrible cas-*s ever heard if in this section of the State wss be ore our grand j'iry. Ol the shores ?f Monroe's Creek, in this count*?, at a onely and seclued spo. stands an hum ila house, where resides a widow wo nan and her ii(,teen year old daugh er. ["hey are respectable people and the laughter, Miss Nelson wilkerson, is a iretty and attractive girl. Ihe only >ther member of the family was a col? ored youth, named Abraham J ac fison, vho had been raised in the family. Some four months ago, while Mrs. Wilkerson, was confined to her bed, ..his black brute, under tnreats of leath. forcibly assaulted the young rivi. From day to day, according to Mrs Wilkerson's testimony, he renew? ed his threats, and when her condition began to be evident, under threat of Instant death, hu compelled ber to swallow a dose of medicine, the ? L>f which made her violently ill, and when Doctor Ninde was called to at? tend ber, her condition ctuld be no longer concealed . The negto. Jacks in instantly tl-d. and the au boriti? the matter in charge, lc is believed he has been located in Maryland, arti requisition papers have bi en asked. If apprehended he may be lynched. --Free Ls nee. The casa was told me by Mr T S King, one of tbe members of tbe grand jury. The trouble occured months ago, no one knew or thought of such a thing The young lady kept so unwell that the doctor was called in Up>n his second visit, he told the mather that the young lady was ruined and it had been four months since The attorney for the commonwealth heard of the trouble and went to look alter it. He heard the case as stat d above, called a grand jury, but was unable to get an indictment for rape. The young iady then stated that Jackson, had giv^n her poison twice, and tbat she knew it was poisou, when she took it, but claims that she was afraid he would kill her if she did not take it. However, the jury indicted him for poison, but net for rape a> the commonweal h expected. Many doubt the ability to convict Lim on this charge, even if caught. Public sentiment is very much against the young lady. J- rnscaiBSR. Uo-To-IUf r?>r Fifty Crnca. Guaranteed tobact-o habit cure, makes weaa men nArtuur. blood du****. SOO. ai. AU dnisyots UNITED AID & INSURANCE 00. Incorporated Under the L\wa of Virginia. This Company is doing a great work. It cares for its sick members and pro? vides for their burial. It pays from |1.6Q to $1000 per week when trick and from $15.00 to $135.00 at death. mm***"Reeord : Three years success? ful business; over (1800(1) eighteen thousand members received ; over 4000 sick and death beneiits paid. Reliable young men and women can always get work in thia Company. Write to us-* once and say what field you wou'.d 'ike io work. Main office. 608 E. Broad Street, Richmond, Va. Hon. J. E- B7iin. President, Sam'l 1. Hill Secretary. A. S. SINGLETON, No. 1828 E. Franklin St. General Merchandise, FINE GROCERIES, CIGARS & TOBACCC Country Produce, Wood anc Coal. Goods Delivered Free Richmond, Va IN THE FRONT RANK. Security, Industrial Mc tual Aid Society Has been a great benefit to thei sick members, also their death bent fits have helped many. Hustling and'polite agents^wante-t Masonic Hall. 511 East Clay St. Wm. Isaac Johnson, President, J. E. Jones, vice-President. B. P. Vandirvail, .Secretary, E. T, Jenkins, Treasurtr, D. J. Chavers, Manager. 10.23-3 Supreme Assembly GRAND UNITED ORDE! OF WATCHMEN, at .00. ch? irk sia rear Iri our nth aat ent, 1th; lull, ich 1:30 ion, >n th lon yer K ?t Fri? ll ac 90p Unity, Protection and Equity. MAIN OFFICE: 506 East Broad Street The Supreme Assembly, Qrsnd Ur ed Ord r of Watchmen .is a Fraterr Benevolent and Charitable Ord with Lodge and Representative fo of Government, incorporated uni the laws of Virginia, 1897. PERSONS ADMITTED FRC 3 TO 05 YEARS OF AGE. Joining Fees from $1 25 tb $5 50. Monthly dues from 25c to 50c. Sick benefits from $1 50 to $3 00. Death benefits from $75 to $150. All new numbers organized wit the next 90 days will have special ducements. * J. E. Byrd Supreme Preside S. T, Hill, Supreme Secretar Wis* Ellis, Supreme Treasu John F. Brown, Supreme F vice-President and Manager. For further particulars apply to manager. _?_ 10.9-J H. F. JONATHAN, shipper em Fish, Oysters A Produ ***> M. lTtfc St., Rlcfcmoad, _Ll ??Lil .? "?? -l'i.j ii--in. -?ijjl'j CANDY CATHAR'n( CURE CONSTIPATION Wc 2tc 50c ALL DRUGGISTS The Reign of Lawlessness JUDGE LYNCH BLOODY WORK A Fearful Record. The Law" Sleeps. "Shall this barbarity continue until the God of retribution marshals his strength against the barbarians ?" 1897 Nam Color Jae 6, Lawrence Brown Colored Jan 8, .Simon Cooper " Jnn 16, Unknown mun * Inn IS, Pete Henderson " Jan 19, John Johnson Jan 19, Arch Jnynvr Jan lt, Gnu Williams M Jan 21, Charles Forsyth " Jan 21, Willis Whit* " Jan 23, Eugene Washington" Jun 24, Pierce Taylor " Jan 25 -Porter White Arson Murder Struck a white man Murder Rape Attempted Rape Place Lynched No near Oran bury SU 1 near Sumter S O near Doaksville Tex near Itabena Miss near Amite City La Jefferson vi Ile Ga .. .. i Bryan Tax Tallahassee Fla Morgan Co Tenn Bibo Ca Ala Jan 27, James Jackson Colored Criminal Aaaault Keb. 3, Hubert Morton. Colored Writing Intuit ing Letter, Rockfield. Ky. ?March 15, \\ illiam Clement, " Striking white man. Cambell Ce , Va. 20, John MoKensie " Nothing, Unknown, " Rev. George W. Brannon, Innocent. April 23, Joseph McCoy colored, Fornication, Murder, Brookside, Ala. Six Milea Bibb Co.. Ala. 1 Alexandria, Va. Sunnyside, Texas, Attempted Murder Jefferson, Ala April 29, Louis Thomas, colored, " Aaron Thomas, " " James Thomas, 11 Ben Ihomas, '* Will Gates, ? ? ?? Fayett Khoan, ?? " Will Williams, May 12, Mollie Smith. " " Amanda Franks, May 13, David Cotton. Colored. Attempted Assault. Roseland Texas, " Henry William*-, '* " ?? " Tabe Stewart, " ** M Jesse Evana, " May 18, Wm. Jone**, white, May 81, William Gaylord, "no June 4, Charles Mitchell, Colored, June 5, Isaac Barrel, William Andrews Murder. Tyler, Texas, charge. Lea, Ark. Criminal Assault, Urbana. Ohio, Murder, t)raii--edale, Fla. Felonious Assault, Princess Anne, Md, Junu 25, John Moses Colored Murder Crystal Springs, Miss! June 28, Parry Gilliam " Robbery A Attempted Assualt, Monroe* '1 loy 15, Anthony Williams. Col, Criminal Assault, West Point, Tenn.. I July 17, Morer terrell, Colored " " Near Elba. Ala,, 1 Jul* 19, Kev.?Edmondson, " None Florence, Ala., 1 Juli 19,-Attempted Rape Riverton, Ala , 1 July 19, James Deniel, "' ?? " Goodwater, Ala.. 1 July 22, llfama, Color, d, Attemped Assault, Griffin, Ga.l ., ,. Kphriau Hrinkley, tl None, Madisonville, Ky,l Erastus Brown, ? Simple Assault, Union, Mo, 1 Jame* Seller**, M Murder, Pittsb iro, Miss, 1 Crowr.orer White Horse stealing Scott A Yell Co Ark Juli, 10, l-ily 23, July - " - Keach August 6, George Turner Colored " 8, Lewis Nelson ft, Jack Williams, White Entered Lady's Room Harris Ala, Murder Brunswick Miss. Bnsh Creeb Ky 9, Natnaniel Mason Colored Criminal Assault Glenwood Gi Rape None Stealing Criminal Assault Talked Too Much ting Sept 2, Sept 12, Si pt. 15, ll, Bob Brackets Colored 12,-" 16, John E Now Un, White 19, 21, Frank Smith, colored 21,-Colored tl,-t 22, (laney Sullivan, white Criminal Assault 25,-Bonner Criminal assault 26. Wiley Johnson " Attempting Assault 2b. Jack Phurr, " Striking White Man Charley Gibson Colored murder -Colored murder Terrell's Statien N C Red Hills, Va Runnebtg Va Manheim 111 Abbeville Ala Kendall Ark wi. tie stealing Whitley Ce Ky Bellvile Texas Mooreville Tex Camden Ala Macon Ga Exeell Aia Versailles, Ind. Lyle l.e\ i William Jenkins Henry Shutter Bert Andrews Cliff Gordon. topt 26 Seymor,d Bushrod Colored Criminal Assault near Hawesville Ky 1 R Oct 6 Henry Crow r Oct 17 - P?*nn ?> ?> Nov 27, Hicks Pr Dec 8, James Murray Dec 9, Charles Lewis, Dec 13.-? Dec 13, Joe Thomas red Colortd >> Colored, Wbite. Fornication Arson Assault, None. Murder, Murder, Murder. Mulder, Hermandi Misb 8omer?vills Ga tt Starks, Fla Jenny Lynd, Ark near Wasson Miss White Castle La St Gabriel La St. Gabriel La Dr-c H, Joe and Charles Alexnnder Nov. 14,'97,- HolYtraci, Indian, half-breed ; murder, near Bismirk, S. D. -Irelar.d, ? ?' ?? *** ?* No. Lynched and Names not Reported, 1*.')S Jan 7, Lincoln McGelsey, M Devoe, colored, assault, murder, Manie P. O ,0. T. Pearken, Ark. Marshall Chadwick, " suspected of murder, Colfax. Wash. - -colored, eu.-pected of stealing a $2 nog, Cleveland Co. Ark Total.1" ?Mot dead Jan tit lal. er. rm ler FOR THE HOLIDAYS I OFFER TO SELL ,hin in nt, J, rer, 'ir?t the Imo Ladies' Fine Storm Rubbers, 25 AT THE NEW STORE ld I ?a. 428 East Broad St., Cor. 5th St Albert Stein, A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF BOOTS A OF ALL STYLES. Ladies' Dong Pat Tip Springheel i Button, at Ladies' Dong Pat Tip Springheel 2^--8Lace, Ladies' Dong Button ConrfToe Pat Tip, Ladies' Dongola Button Common Sense, Boys' Shoes, 75c Men's Buff Bals 7 BUSINESS MEDIUM MR8. MARTH, the worll renowned ind highly celebrated business and est Medium reveals everything No mposition. Can be counsulted upon di affairs of life, business, love and narriage a specialty. Every mystery evealed, also of abaent, deceased and iving friends Kentoves all troubles md estrangement^ challenges any dedium who can emceed her in start? ing revelations of fhe past, present md future events ofi one's life. Re nember she will not for ary price Oat? er you ; you may r?St assured you will (ain facts without nonsense. She can ia consulted upon all affairs of Life, Love, Courtship, Marriage, Friends, tte, with description of future com? panion. She is very accurate in de icribing missing friends, enemies etc.. He** advice upon sickness, change of business, law suits, journeys, contest? ed wills, di*oree and speculation is valuable and reliable. She reads your iestiny?good or bad ; she withholds nothing. MRS. MARTH tells your entire life past, present and future in a DEAD rfc ANCE, haa the power of any two M-diu.-ns you ever mat. In tests sha tells "-faur mother's full nama before marriage, the names of all your family their ages and description, the name and business of your present husband, the name of your next if you are te have one, the name of the young maa who now calls on you. ihe nama of your fature husband, and the day, moath and year of your marriage, how many children you have or will have ; whith? er your present sweetheart will be true to you and if he will marry you ; if you have no sweetheart she will tall you when you wiil have and his nama, business and data of acquaintance. All your future will be told in an honest, clear and plain manner aud in a dead trance. Mothers should know thesaa cess of their husbands and children young ladies sheuld know everything about their sweethearts or intended husband. Do not keep company, nar? ry or go inta business until you know all, do not lat silly religious scruples prevent your consulting. Madame is the only one ia tha world who can tell you the FULL NAME of your future husband, with age and date of marriage, and tells whether tha one you love is true or false. There are some persons who believe that there is no truth to be gained from consulting a Medium, but sueh beliefs are contrary to tha trwth. It is only from the lack of discrimination that such a conclusion can be reached, It is not every one who placards himself or herself as a medium that can stand a test of what he or she claims. And a person of an enquiring mind maj ask the reason why. It is simply that these advisers do not take the trouble to study hun. an nature. They do not spend their thoughts for a mo? rn int with acquiring the art af phase ology and kindred branches that will have a tendency to make the pathway to the road ot the business clear and devoid of all obstacles. lt is an undeniable fact thst persons will come for advice in full knowledge of what they want to know, and yet as soon as they confront a Medium they try their utmost endeavor to dispel from their minds what they know so as to hear if it will "be rehearsed by the Medium. To get the secret out ol a person by "pumping" in no few eases is the art used by many unprincipled mediums, but to take hold of the head and gain control of the mind thereby is a matter of impossibility to most of them. And yet this can be done and by consulting Mrs. Marth the seeming mystery becomes a realization. This subject has received no little attention by eminent men and even college professors. So it proves con? clusively tbat although there are in? fringed in our midst with oily tonguei Kerhaps the gates of wisdom have not cen closed to the entire profession. It takes a great deal of study to be? come an accomplished medium and bj a continuous and untiring effort, the key to the well of apparently unfathorr. able mysteries has been secured bj MKS. MARTH for the benefit of hu? manity. ADVICE BY LETTER, $1.00 hocks raoM 10 a. m., to 0 r. m. MRS. M. B. MARTH. 20*2 West 81st Street, New York Cit; Enclose stamp for reply. Please mention the Plahxt" THE FARMER'S H OEMAL SOE 001 1 1 U l l ) 1 l l l . 1 4 Wintekpock.Chkitssfikld Co.. Vi The aoove naened school will open o Jaauary 1, 1898. Thorough instruc tion will be given in all the branch*! usually taught in Normal sehools t high grade. Taition and board, $d C per month. An opportunity will be given sti dents to learn trades such as Machii ist. Blacksmith, Carpenter, Maao: Tailor, also Farming. The girls will 1 taught needle work and dress-makin For application blanks, circulars ai other information, address at once Rsv P. A. Tylek, General Manager. Winterpock, P. i M A. Harris, Principal, Farmers' Normal Schoi Mannsboro, Va. WHAT ABOUT THB VAKMXS's NOSH SCHOOL? When your daughter or son coi home from achool and say to y*t Mother, the teacher says I caar come to her school any longer, I mi go to a higher school in the city. W daughter or son I can't send you. W mother? Pecause that five cant < mestic drees, seventy-five cent she thirty cent bat and $1 00 cloak tl you wear to the public school he you could not wear the same at a hi school in the city, and I would hav* pay.$6 a month tor your board, ant am not able to do that. Why n mother? Because the general ma ger will not receive my eggs, but and chickens, wheat* and corn as | for your month's board. But if * send your son or daughter to Farmer's Normal School, tbe sa dresses and so on they wear to county school, they can wear to Farmer's'Normal School, and we \ take what money you may have, y eggs, butter, chickens, and anytb that you may have saleable I come to your chuach, when asked t< do and lecture on this work. Add: for information, tf Rsv. P. A.Tylb A CiiAUK SKIN REMOVER. Tae Ne^ro Need Not Oomnlain Longer of Black Skin. This preperation, if used as due will turn the skin of a black pe four or five shades whiter, and thi mulattoes perfectly white. It also moves wrinkles from the face makes the skin beautiful. Any pe using it can aee the result in ft eight hours. It does not turn the skin in t but bleaches out white. It is a good thing for weak eyes if allow* get in the eye while washing th* One box of this powder is all th 5 required, if used as directed, the remaining beautiful without cont use, and i* perfectly harmless. Direction and preparation w sent to any address on recei $2 (K) or O. O. D. ?t Thomas Bbabe 9 ? WH W. mtomm Strwt.KitfamoiM c, ND oALlNUAniMUVt* staHJTt. RID!CID RATVt JEST riMIICII AND FRIl?m 1NVTB BITW11I R103IMO" AND THI KORTI VIA THE 0TEAMBR Y1R?1N1A. rUESl AY, TBU18DAY AND SAT URIaY -v. KUhaoK (Boa*?t** I es yat *v. OlS ratal <esaf*rt .ia tty rn v ?? <*??-. tMf?ai *v. Baltfetere (S A O it*" tts mm jr. rkllaadelyMa < ? A >-R *> .IS OS a wan r >.w Terk (B a o r * in*b rrWe Bastes .liMna rrlve WeaBtagtea B 4 0 B B as a in ?ave Bal*n*aer? (ran.IS as a m ??Tf rblladelpkta < r br).IS ST y aa rrlve New Y*rk ( r > : 193pm HO.NDiT, WIDIIHI.IT. AMD FtI?lT ?ave New Yerk B A O K Kl .ll Wain aav* New York (r m ai .ll SC a ai aave Philadelphia (R 4:0 K B->.1 Mam ?eave philadelphia irm 1pm eave Baltimore (Bay Line) |. ? tte p na rrlveRlehn* io oe a ra The trip by this ?learner afford* a mast en >yableaall on the Jaine* river aad CbeMvaake ay. paxsittK Hutch (.ap. B^rjuuda Hundffft. Ky ral 'lupton.and Old s. The ser rticular. ooas and tate-rootus, heated by attain, and lighted bj leatrlctty. Ticket* auld tn all points North. Bast and feet, and baggage checked to destination. tate-r?aK>ms r*e*erved upon appllaatlon In per i>n at the company'* offlee No. ssa east Main treet, or on board steamer. For farther In jrmaUon applr to HM. BOYK General Agent. ery nar d sal.Ka JLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. ILT LIMB FOB NBW YORK. asseagers ean leave* Rlehmead DAILY flo 'nesaeeaks aad Okla railway, at S:M A. M., or Ucusaoad ead Peterskarg ratlraad, (Norfolk nd Western reste) ?,W A. M.. <eoaoectliig al iorfolk with Old Deaainioa-l .lae steamier, sall ? g sam* ?renlag fer New York. ai.i. wats*, aof * t Sleassshie Old Do-minlon leaves Riohmond very Mea dey at 6:'j0 1'. lt., tor New Yark fla aaaea River. Tickets ea sale at Rlckiaond Trassfer Com ?say's, MS east Mala Street, Chesapeake aad )hla raliway aad Rlehwoud aad Petersbarg ailread depots, and atcouapanys office, Itt] ?sst Main Street. Richmond Baggage checked h rough. rimiT. mr New York snd all points beyond <*an tte ihipped by direct steamers. Miitng fron ? oad every MONDAY AN FRIDAY. 6 BO P. M Alana by steamer leaving Richmond ".*? K i DAY SP. M. for Norfolk connecting wltb steam? ar far New York. Manifest closed one hoar before sailing time Freight received and forwarded and through kills of lading Issued for all northern, eastern ?ad farelgn points. mom NB-r tork. Passengers can leave dally except Snnda*/ La Ne rf elk or Old Polat Comfort, connecting with Nerfelk aad Western ralina,i or peake aad Ohio railway. Direct steamers (vii Teaiee Itlier renie), leave every SAIL- K?A Y (Passe nee r and freight aad MONDAY, (fretgktsnly. Balliag trow, sam any's pier. No. SB. North Blvsr faataf Beach Street, at 8:00 P. M.; Bet arday 4:es P. M For farther lnform*aM?a apply to JOHN r AYER* CO. gm ts. DIS east Matu street, Riehmoad. Va. W. L. Uailiaadea, Vloe-President and Trafflo Manager. Mew Yark. } yiROINIA NATl?ATION COMTANYS JAIBB BIVKR I.1MI Ta Narfelk, Pertsmisitk. BIS Point. Newport News. Clareaaeaal. as?i James River landtags, aad ????eta-nag at BU Paint and Norfolk far Waahlagtaa. Bal tl ai ere aad tke North. Steami PacAiaaTA* I.iatii m*k>it, Wan aas?AT Ana Fiisat at 7 A. M. Bleetrie-rars direst t* wharf. Tar- enly 81.50 aad tia* ta Nerfelk, rertsa**oT**.h, Old Point aad Newpnrt News, alusic hy a grand Orches trloa. Freight reealved dilly frem above-named Rlaces aad all pe lu ts lc. Kastern Virglala and orth Carolina. IRVIN WBISI6ER, Superintendent. EDWARD B. BARNET President. ?4 te eral Offloas: Planers' Bank Building. SEABOARD AIRLINE Si? A. L? VESTIBULED LIMITED TRAINS SOUTH. ATLANTA, NBW ORLEANS, MACON, CHATTANOOGA, NASHVILLE, MEM? PHIS, TEXAS. NO EXTRA PARE ON ANY TRAIN Ne. SSS .IBs awaits Speelal" leaves Kich mead. Bally, at lt;H algal, fer Beaderaon, (arrive Darhaaa dally, except Saaday ) Raleigh Saaferd, Soatk.r rian. W.laalagtaa. Wades aeure, Weoroe, t karlotte, Liaasolatea, Shelby, Butherferda.a. Chester, cilusea. m reen wood, AhherviUe^Xlaertaa.Athens, atlanta, aucus te, neeea.Caallaaeo^. Kia ville, memphis, "exes, mexiee. *i alifsrnia. Amt! (be West (via Memphis), tolul Li-ailed 1 rain, with Pullman i'.uflet Sleepers aud V*seUbul<M teaches. No. il.?"The S. A. L. Express" leaves Rleh aiead. dally, at * ;04 a. m., fer lieaderson. (Dur ka ai. daily, except Suaday) Sleigh, Sanford, Southern rises, Wilmtagten, VYadesboro. mou r>e. Charlotte, Cheaier, Clinton. tireenw.x>d, abbeville, Elbertoa, ithens atlanta, macau, rer.saeela. Chattanooga. SmMti:!.*. ami noatgosaery. New Orleans. Texas Kfii the Southwest (via Sew Orleans) Solid Train, isl th palliaan sleepers and coaches; and Sleep? er Haaalel to Wilaainp' ? nive Richmond,*),W A m., ( ;4? I*, m .. dally For ttckeu, btgg?*ce checks, sleeping cai leaervatlons, etc., apply to Il il B0YKIN; Sola Paae'r Aaent 886 East Miiin St Kiehmond Va a. atT. john, Vioe-rreildent and aen'l manager r. t. Mcaaax, Oenenl bencriutendent. e W.B. aiOVBB, T. J. AHMMOH, vv?al?|*i wtntfS'. amm*Tm\ ???'? ?r? A TLANTIC COAST DISK. BCMKDUI.E EFFECTIVE D DAY, M f 1?. '8W7 TKAIN LBAVB RICHMOND?UNION DEPO t-00 A. M., Arrive* fetersburg, ?-Sl A. M.. No folk ll:* A. M. Stops oaly at Pe ersburg,Waverly and Suffolk, Va. ? ?OS A. M., Arrives fetersburg ?:3oA. M., We don ll:*J? A.M., Fayetteville ?: P. M., Charleston 10:90 Savanna 11:60 A. M.. Jaeksoniill,* 7.tnj A. I Port Tampa *:*k) P. M. Counec at Wilson with No. 47, Arriving i aUoldsboro8:10 P. M., WllmlngU 6:46 P. M. Puln.au Sleeper Ne IS York to Jacksonville. 3l. AL Ml| io. 1st by hj lo ies iai rr, Igb ito 1 I ot, na ter ,iay pou tht" ,mi tht th. wi'.: OO' lina (viii i do res? B. 3-66 P M., Local, Arrives Petersbarg 1:43 P. ] Makes all stops. S-SOP. M., Arrives Petersburg S:IS P. M Makes local stope R. A f. rallroa 7:S0 P. M., Arrives Tetersburg 8:04 P. M., ce neets with N.andf W. for Korfo and iaiwadiate points. Imp.it t:l0 (conueeta with A. and D. f stationl between Emporia ai Lawreiieeville), Weldon S:4t p Fayetteiville 1:07 a. ta.. Charl, toa toll, m., Savannah S IS a, t Jacksonville 1 SO p, m., Port Tam ? 4b p. a. NEW LINE TO MIDDLE GEORGIA POINT 7M A. M., ArriYlnicat Aiken, 7 :? A.M., i gnats 110 A. M.,Macon ll a. aa., i lanta U:il P.M. Pullman Sleep. New York to Wilmington Jacka ville, R>.t Tampa, Aiken, A uga and Micon. 8-MP M., Dally, arrives Petersburg S.S1 M., Weldon ll ;*0 P. M., Makes cal steps between Petersburg a Weldon. ll'.SO P. M., Arrives Petersburg 1S:M A. L,ynchburg S:S0 A. M., Roanoke 1 Bristol 1:16 A.M. Pullman Si* er Richmond to Lynchburg. 7:56 A. M., Sunday Accommodation ma all stops Richmond and Peters! railroad. 4:40 P. M., Bundar Accommodation makes stops Richmond and Petersb railroad. TRAINS AHR1VE RICHMOND. 4:30 A. M., Daily from Jacksonville, Aa?ann Charleston, Atlanta, Macon, Am ta, and all points South. 8:1* A. M., Dall; except Sunday Atlai Athem, and Raleigh, Herder! Lynchburg and the Weat. 8:? A. M., Petersbarg Looai. 8:00 A. M., Sunday oaly. From Atlanta, J eas, and Raleigh, and Henderi Lynchburg, and tha West. ll:06A.M., Dally. Nor.olk, Suffolk and tersburg. 6:60 P. M., Dall'. Jacksonville, Savant Charleston, Wilmington, (ioldal and points South. 7-00 P. M.. Daily. I*k>rfolk, Suffolk, Wav and Peterstmrg 8:M P. M.. rally. Peteraburg, Lynchburg and Vest. 0:40 A.. M., Sunday Accommodstlon. 7*36 P M.. SundtT Accommodatlom. 1. M. EMERSON I. R. KENLEY, Traffic Maaa General Mantger. 6. C. CAMPBELL, Division Paaaenger Ai Ant NfeW^k^Westt Schedule in Effect J CLY 4, 1807. ;ted rsoti ?U Of i re aud rson >rty ip?"?ts very ?tl tn face LKAVK RICHHOKD, BTaI> STBB?T KTATIO 0-00 A. M.. Dali j? Richmond and Norfolk tlbulellm.tcd, Sec..nd class tu not accepted for pas. age an trala. 0 06 A. M., Diillr.' The Chicago Express" Lynchburg, Roanoke, < and Chicago. Pullman Sleeper oketoCen. ? ala* ' r ^ad Br .attar and mien its. 7-SO r.a. Dallj lor Norfolk, suffolk an teriuediate stat: ll-MP M., Dallr.forLynoniiurgand Raa ;.neets at Roaaeke with I Ington and Chattanooga Lil Sleetier* Roanoke* to phis and New Orleans, ru Sleeper l>etween Rtchmand Lyiiahburg, and V^rths r?a. occupancy at w oo r. M. Also ml- ie I .. retersburgtoRoi Skint Trains arriT.-? 1 fioni Lya? indal I and the weat duly, ?:16a. m., aad C:M from Norfolk and the east ll :0? a. m. an i tlbuled Limited 7:00 p. m. OtAoa : SM ill DB 1 Mreet. R. W. COCRTNKf pt Oil " W. B. BEV >, General Pas-manger Aft i, V. ? fteaaral Omssi; Moeeoke Va. District Passenger Ame Sonthern Miiy SCHEDULE in kffbct Oct. 3,1897. -OO m.ne ll Ol'THERNKXPRE oally far Atlauta. augusta and pol au Be a th. Bleaper Richmond, ta DanvlUs.Wreeme hara, aiisbury, aad t koriella. ai<aep er open S SO p in. lona<KU at Danville, SalUbury asd Charlotte with tha Waah lagtoo aud Sou la wee te rm Lim? ited (No 87) carry las sleepers New York to Ashville. Hot Bprlags. Chattanooga a id Nasaville. New Tark to Memphis. *i?w York ta New Orlaaas. .vew York to Tarnma, aad Srsi sase* day avach hetw<?ea Washlamaaa aad memphis. Conueclleas are maa* far all points In Texas and Calfferala. Sleeper opca for o-eeuaaacy ats-ger. a. 13:00 ???>, No. S. solid trala dally far Char? lotte. N. C. Connects at Maeelay wltb Farmvllle Bod Powhatan rall reed al Keysvllle for Claraville. Oxford. Bea deraon aud Purlieu and al Creeaaevtro for Durham. Raleigh, and Wlaatea Salem ; at Danville with ko. M Vatted States Fast Ball, solid trala. dally for mew Orleans and points South, which carries sleepers New Y'ork to aew Or? leans auu New Y'ork to Jacssoaville; Through sleeper Salisbury, Nashville, via Chattanooga also. Tourist sleeper every \\ eduesday Washington to Bau Francisco without ehsnge. -00 r. m., ko 17. local, dally except Sumday for Bevsvilleand intermediate pointe TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND. :oo a. m. ?Ber. m., from ?tlanU Augusta, Aaherllie and Nashville. :40 . M., from Keysvllle. Ai. rBKIOBT TEAIHS. nos. Cl and ?W- between Manshester and ae polis. Ya. fork River Llne.^w-tgT point THE FAV0.UTE ROOTS lfOBTH. lkavb aicamoHB Trala Ne. IS, 4 MT. X. Baltihokk LimiTie, Dally, except Bna ay, far West Peiat. there maklag class eon r<-tiea. meadays, T>edael*Saya ead Fridays rlth steamer far Baltimore, also with stage at .ester maser for \\ nive> ton an Thursdays ,:id Saturday*. Train No. 10. 3:80 r. m. local uraiiio. aendays, Wedaesdays and fridays fer West 'eintaad laterm-adiate sta? ion*, eenaectawitk stBge at Laster Maa*' fer ?.alkertea; else at Tappahaaaeek wita a team tra for Baltimore. Bteps at all statioas Train No. 40,6*00 a. m. local mixKo. lesves dsily. except Saaday rons Virgie.ia Street Steiien fer West Pelml tad latermedlate stations, ceaaecllag with itage at Lester Manar fur Walkertoa aad Tsp .Millaa nock. TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND Cl" a. m. Dally, except meaday. 10,40 a. m., aeadaya. Wedaesdays,aad Fridays l;0S p. rn , Daily, except saaday frem West 1'einleae latermedlate statioas. Steamers leave West Pola! at C;00 a. sa., Meadays. Wedaesdays aad Fridays, ead Bal? limore at 6:00 p. m. Tuesdays. Thursdays and ietardays. Tlcket-oHce at station, foot of Vlrglala St. Opea from S a. m., to * r. m. and from ,80 r. h. ta 3 a. m. v.itytic etofBoe, 90S east main street. j. m. colf, w. a. Tark, Traffic manager. mern. raes. Aga. C. W. WESTIURY, Travel 1 la g reese a ger Agamt, WO E. mala Bt. Biohmond. Va. te bc ?ai lt ?B ar as B! AS I ni de ..a ao t!< he bu sp QmA 6*A Chesapeake aud eOfUt Ohio Hailway. KOUT*. EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, IW8. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND, ?ROAD-STREET STATION 8:60 . M.. Daily, wMh shau-ear. ter Norfolk, Perienaetk. o*d Fetal. Mow-part News ssa priaelale statioas. Cea aeeM daiiy wltk Old Demlaloa hveamakipa ter New Terk. S;40 P. M., Dally wita -"im fer laeal statioas, Newport bows, Old Polat Norfolk aad Peruraeatk. 10-00 A. M., Lesal trala except Saaday fer West Clifton Forge c^aaecU Uordousvllle fer 0*aa|e, Caipep er. Caivertoa. Maaassas. Alexan? dria, aad Waahingtea, al talon Statlaa, Charlottesville fer Lynch? burg, ai Baste fer llagorstown. 3.li P. M., Dally, with Pullmans ta Cincinna? ti, Louisville and St. u.uli. Stops eely al important stations. Con? nects st Covington for Va. Hot barings. Meals served aa Dining ears No. 7 Locai 1 rales exoept Sun? day, following above train from uordousvlils to Staunloa. 6:Su P. Mr, Aec?si.?.1ation, except Sunday for Cast 10:80 p.m.. Dany, for Claclaaatl, with Pall mau to lllai.au W. Va., aad <Uor donsville to Claelaaall aad. Leu tavllla. meals served ea Dieing ?. ara. C.iaa?rla at etaaaten tex oept Sunday (for Wlaeheater Va., and st Covington, Vs.. dally for Virginia liol springs. TRAINS LEAVE EIGHTH-STREET STATION. ll-BO a. M., Dally, for Lyacbftarg, aud Clifton Forge. Ceaaeotsal Bre mo .uday. fer While Held ataaloony except Suaday fer Lexing? ton, aud al w. Clifton Forge with Ne. 1. fer ciaclanatl. 4-00 p. m., Except Sunday. lx>eal aeeomoda lion for t o'uuibla. TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND, iJKOAD-STUEET STATION. 8:30 a. m.. Dally from Clncinaatl aaa Louis ville. 11:16 e. m.. Dally from Norfolk aad Old lal f.90 r. m.. Dalit from Claclaaatl and Ideals 4:60 p. m.. Dally, frem Nerfelk, aad Old point. 7 a r. m., Kxcept Sunday, from W. Clifton Forge. TRAINS ARRIVE EIGHTH STREET A TION. 8:.t0 a. m.. Except Suaday tram Celamhia. 6:30 p. m.. Dally from Lyaeakarg, end Clif? ton Forge and except sunday, from lexington and Arveala. JOHN 1). .POTTS, Ass't General Passenger Agent. RIOHMOND FREDERICKSBORGd POTOMAC RAIL-ROAD. SCHEDULE IM EFFECT Apr. 16, 1887. LEAVE BYRD-STREET STATION. 4:10 A. M., Daily, for Washington and rolnt North Stops only st Mllfor. lericksburs*. Pullmai to New l ork. 8 IO a M., Sunday only, (or Washington an points North. Stops at Elba Ashland,'l'a> lorsviile, Doswel Ruther, Glen, Penola, Millferc ti leu Allen, ?u ui mit, *A oo .islam Cuinea, Freaerickaburg,Brook< and Widewatei pullman ear. 8,46 A.M., Dally except Sunday, far Waal Ington' and points North. Blot at Elba, Ashland, Teylorsvllf Doswell, Ruther Clea. Pei ola. Milford, Woodsiaae.Gali ea. Summit, Fredoriekshuri Brooke, Widewater pullsaea ca 0:06 A. tn-, Commencing January Suth, dall exoept moa day, (or Washiogto llaliiinore, Philadelphia, ai Now Yora.aud Florida specie npoeed ? ent irely of rullnia , ping-, dining-,and OBeerf d care, "mo extra charge otb th..n regular milman- fare. Do not stop at Llba. 13:00 M., Dally, except Sunday, far Was ingtoa and points worth. Sto at Klba. Clea Allen, Ashlea Doswell, Milford, Frederic) burg, Brooke, and Wldewet< ParTar-car. Also connects wi Congressional Limited at Was tea tngton. SS p. m.. Daily for Washington and pol* North, stops at Elba, ashier. Doswell, milford. Frederic! burg. Brooke, and Widewat and other stations Sunda; Sleeper. Richmond to New Ye A A )Ug fill ah. fUS ita, ton, Un? ion, Pe? tan, x>rc er ly and ?get lent ill) H. Vee :kets this fer ibns. Roan ferd, looga i ln neke. Teak cited. Meaa ilmaa aad ly far ruH meke. khnrg a. m.. Voa ARRIVE BYRD-STREET STATION. 8 ;40 A. M., Dally. Stope at W ldewat Brooke. Frederlcksburg; Milfo Doswell Ashland Klba and ell stations Sundays. Sleeper, M York to KichrBBnd. 3:46 P. M.. Daily, except Sunday. Stops Widewater, Brooke, Frederic burg. Summit Cul nea. Woo lane,, milford, renola. Ruth Olen, Dowell. Taylorville, j land, den Allen aud Klba. P lorCar from Washington. 7:10 P. M., Daily. Stops only at Frederic burg, Doe well, and Ashla Pullman-Cars from New Ya and Washington. 8;S6 P. M.. Dally. Stops at Wldewa Brooke, Frederlcksburg, St silt, Guinea, Woodslane Mllf penola, Ruther Olen. Dosw ashland, Olen Allen, and El I ar. 0:60 p ni innuary 17th. di - sew Y Mini Florida ri pec tal UtH'S i.iba FREIERICKSBURO ACCOMMODATIO: (Dally, except Sunday.) 4 :00 P. M., leaves Byrd-Street Station. 8-S0 A. M., Arrives Bvrd-Street Station. ASHLAND TRAINS. (Dally, except Sunday.) 6:43 A. m., Leaves Klba. 6:30 P. m., Leaves Elsa. 6:40 A. m., Arrives Klba. 6:00 P. m., Arrives Elba. 0* A. TAYLOR. Traffic Mane) R\ T D. MYERS Presider.*. f Y. H, Gwathmey, 220 N. 17th S Dealar in Mam Choice Wines, Liquors, ?a*, bacco and Cigars. ht ?ac-*) i w $ 1, OOO REWARD. R SHEA. MARVELOUS AIBDIU m li ives tao aames or dose aad Uviag msnda tis who sad when you will merry, alee et istuaes joaraeys. lawsalu, abeam friends, 'aim or anything yon lamer, ao matter what ls. Me aaa aalt up year spirit frienee amma ow thom to yoe. Caa make tb mm rap all ound tho room. He asks ma <s.eee*Heas. doa't k you to write uamea ter Bim. Don't try to imp yon la amy way. Bat tells yea right ea. ? is thoreaghiy enearsed hy leadlmg spirit mal? le everywhere, received tram them a gold edai aaa spas i - H ease te preen oe his worn rf tu po we rs. credentials ao oae elsa oaa show u give thousands ot refereaeee tm Bath white ia oolorea patrons. Twenty-ave years plea? se?eevea la Brooklya?will shaw yoe (hal > caa do ali that he san tell ol. caa tell what istnoss is Desi tor yoa aaa whore, how to win eedy marriage with the ono yoa lave. How be sueo*e*sfui in all your doings la short hat la bes* to do. Me saaaeeds when ail etxv s fan. Peai tl ve setisteoUon or na pay. Call id see. You will Baa tl leaky te eoesatt this irlstlan gentlemaa. Ha haa a meuisiao thal Ui euro arunxenness, ean ea given patients >i kaawtng l.t. ino assn aa throngs ulm aim >w RICH. HAPPY ASD SUCCESSFUL 1th ail their anaertaJtinga. while thoae who <g.?e? hts adv iee era sun laoorla-- against iver.y. la rouge nie perfect kaewieege <af ismistry. he oaa impart ta yon a secret thal Iii evercome voa aassalee aaa win yea lena*. Ilia aid aaa adv iee Bee af Sea *"teea so? ul ted , the rosall has al ways been ahe securing speedy eea heany merrieges aad ali year lshes. la love stairs Be aever talia. Me ss tho s-eeret ai wlnalag khe a See il eas mt the ppoelteeex. lt ls tao eerse mt aemiealiaaa iel In eli lsrge el Hoe there ara a sises af mea ad womea wao si aim pawera they do aa. pee iss. 1 hey have neither git ta. ere-deatlaie, aa* iierenees. Surety the oaiorea paaplo ara aaa ? wanting la seaee ea so throw eBetr ame aad aaey eway ea saea. Dr. BBea refers to Use ea. Winiam Deamere, AreBitees aa* euueer, Uevelaad Ave. aaa Mr. Fro*. Lampe, grocer, i Paitoa Street. Brooklya. Ail have lao wa Us for the saes eevea yeera. Bte gives a tree tai et his power to au. Tke See ter has praeUe 1 Bve years la Now Orleaas. Si. umala. Mesa his aaa Leaisvllle; aaeereteaea ttoiwmgai-r ?e lise asea, spells or lnSaeaees tho rees ls sae> wt te. "me la new ana always had a large pe ronaga from them. riaaXABK READ THE FOLLOWLm?: esr ia a at rea ge etty, eat af work .aaa ea; .aey. 1 haa ae leek te eaythiag ; auger. What ta Bo t tua mat kxs??AirrleaaaB ?*?*??? mm ??a aaoa Br. Bhea. 1 414. IU roeklyh. keg. 16. lSSL-Thl* is ta eertdfy tkat I ssas *ta New Tera trama Aihamy. i wee e treager la e streege mr,. aa I af work aaa ea; f moaey. oak leee_ ol* me the eaeae af my tram Blas; ka took sea la ad tree tag me ea a Brother. Taree**, him I oiageeeaeeitieatkai yoi-y week. J ht kasm o ethers; they seek esy marney aaa alla ate a* ood. i Bless tao Bay 1 Brat met Dr. Shoe. I rouiaadviet ail in Baa leek, slea ar la I ros We o go to him at once. Sincerely Albert Ayers, 3BST Allan us Ara. Sreokiya, Aug. 16. lSBi.-Thls letter U te eerUfv eat my aaskaad Baa gome away aa4 had kerna ibaeat twe years, 1 mearaed for him elga a and lay. i gave aim ap, as Bead. Meat-lag ot Use aeaBsrial telega Dr: BBea was Balam 1 reaelved aoeaealiBlm. Be tels me thet -ly See he ed eas alive ead weil, ame where he was, laid me >e waaia eeme heme ead whom. Ta atv joe ih rn lt asama trna Ma is Boase mow. same seek like oae from flhe Bama. 1 alao wish ta mt .hst this meath 1 last eseB. 1 am a p-aor woman iad 1 waa almost taeaae. 1 went to Dr. Shoe tad he tale me i waaia Baa my moaey aad to my is leesa Joy l <tla Bad lt ee Be tola ma I .hank Uss there la a mea aa gifted lu our midst .hat cam help people and tell them what lo do. Blmoerely, Mrs. Barratt. lal-Mrd Street A SENSATION IN BROOKLYN.?A M1NIB TKR'S STATEMENT. I wish lo state that oae af mv periehonera was si aaa ead ta treeble for e long limo, Mra Brews, tl. Bay Street. No eeo seemed to aa dersiaae her ease. She had several doctors,but aaae ot them seemed to kuow whet was the - metier. Nose eeaid do her eay good, lt was my du tv aa her pea lor lo ca., eau see aer Hoar Ins ci the weaderrui work hoing doae by Dr. snea the last tow years, 1 theagm 1 would mall Sim myseii. 1 .'eena Bim a klad sym? pathetic gentleman. Be gave me a wonderful test oi his powers: tola me to seud him a look ot aatleni s hair, which 1 did hy her daughter. He tola et once what waa the melter and la a short Ume cured her soar.a aaa well. Uer fam? ily had aeemlagly boee aader a eland. Now all issheaged. Au are weil aad prosperous, team truiv ead heartily rocotumena D>. Shea, to .all these In sickness or distress ot mmy klad. Bar. William Johnaon, Pastor Lebanon Churns, Brooklyn. Dr. Shea can abow thousands, such aa the e eove. DR. SHEA has Boen carefully edaeetedln the Momoepathic and Baleens Bohemia ot Medlolae. Bia a unseat ls woaSerfa* la earlag pe rei j sis. Rheumatism, Asthma, Sore Byee.Tamara.Caaeers. CoasUpa llea. Aga*, Dyspepaie. Tapa Warms, L.lver Com alala te. Beef sees. Caterrm. Dropsy. Piles, Nen** >as nobility. Heert Disease, Ceasamptioa. DI ?eases of womea ead oailBrea, Fits. Kldaey DI ?sase, ead ali sireage mysterioss dis sae se whlsh ethers Seat aaderrtaad. Alt diseaaea. ae matter wBa? they he. he thi ag eat honora? ble traatmeat. Ho oaa aad will honestly tail yea lt yoa earn he earea. Haa all aew remedies ead aew saaeaas. Mas had ample experience la aubils haspitai aad private slimes. Me trifling with hamaa Ufo. Cal. at ob oe. Do mai Belay. Diplomas hang la parlors, a rag-lsterase phyateiaa. A mew remedy tor rhs etina jest BlseaveraB. mal a uaamsnt. Hap leas Tt*r* aaa theme that eta sra eeaaet cure so Helled tooan. Fat folks thin, ths shiidiees made parents. All lotte ra must eeataln 81.00, two stamps, age, look o. hair. For eonsultaUoa, ad? vice and diagnoses, fm postal earo*. Charges for meatoal treatment only. Meei lion thia paper. _ Ssl FULTON BTsVEET. Open Senders. BROOKLYN S T. FLKSS BLKA< H KD IB A FB"W "WKB1X.S. MAIR GKOWN T W O INCHES MONTH. Il Alli STBA1UBT KNK1* IN A FEW DATS SI RSC PICTIHK BSV FOKB AM) AK TKK I SIM* OIK. PREPARATIONS. DR. BRAD'S MAO 19 FLBslM FLIQACH and CHRISTIANA COBMETriU CREAM remoTM (MCkssa ana Lae rn, riagwaarm aad makee tbe Oeeh lof a dark peteee) oee-thlrd lighter la a short time. It la perfectly harmless; rsc., (1. DR. ltKADS JAPAKRBR BAIR Vl? .IR AND tHKlS TIA VA PARISIAN SOLBSN OLOSS et?ape dan? druff, Itchl-ag, kimi sr sad grows hair 1 te 2 laches per moutk*. Bte., 7t?. lit. RBUD'S MAGI'S HAIR STRAiaMTMNRR ead CHRISTIANA OX MARROW POM AUK s-Walght*rua hair with a few applK-at'eaa; also ssakee lt soft mad gWna-ayj l<uanu.i*red .vat to .make hair Sall out; ?jre., 75*o> DR. KRAI'S MAUIO HAH STAIN aad .'/HANS HAIR DTM salsrs hair aey abode de** sired wltk oae apallaatlea; BSc. BR. READ'S MAOIC HAIR KssafeVKR destroys hair with om sppllcatiaa; BOe. Agents wanted e*/e*TWbere. DR RF.ADS ?ftTIC*: BMLTEF FBMAianiJS relieve la 2 days; SI. *i. B>H. BRADS RE PRODroiNM sad aNTIBORATTNO FILLS cure weakness of wea sad womea e-nlck; $1, 92. BRAD A CHRISTIANA MFw. ???.. 1>S21 South st, pl Ha. "floods sent t* taaU er axp. Mention thia ter, im erU ell, .ha. lily OTK not PATENTS Ce i SS ti. sn-i Traee-hf arks ehtained and all Pat? ient business conducted fer MaacRATg rr ta. Our Omer ie ORa**oeiTt U.B. Patent aeries and we oen secure eetent ia less time than those remote from Waahingten. ... , Send model, drawing er photo., with descrip? tion. We adviase, if patentahle or net,irse of charge. Our fee net due till -patent ia <-cc*n-e*e. a ?.ii.mht " llrtw '? Obtain Patents," with colt of same "in the U.S. and foreign comntrics sent free. Address, C.A.SNOW&GO.! mee. PATgNT Orricc. w??min6tsm. D. C. >as?'>'W>l 1 isisiiifxa" WONDERFUL DISCOVERY Curly Hair Made Straight By TOT, *12 lt.! To 110 TAKM **WOM Lira ?f eoat aho Arrse TivaATMtirt, OZONIZED OX MARROW (cornuaa i su.) This wonderfel hair nomads ls the only safe preparation m the we. fd that makt-a klaky heir Straight aa abewa eee?e. lt render, tba heir sofk pliable and allky. eeg By ??u,'l,hi,n",?***J.,*!^f Impart* naw I.fa and vlgsr. SCIeajejiWy J^rr?WBi^?. Osonlsad Ox Marrow la manufactured eal* ky "Tho Oxoniaed ox garrow Ce. (formerly Buck. ? Rnyaer). Their reputation ta a ?"'^??'E ^fi*. lt itt -perfectly aara aaad hansilese. J^JV*} of iiiV.tationa. Oet the genuine ea .1 nawrfalM. A toilet ne?-eaalty for laSlw ar.4 f??'HVn*JL Thornlands who have used eur original Oaonlaaja Ox MA\r?w t.-.tlfy te tts seperi.r me^^ IJU direction, with every kettle. Mee only <M eeam P" ' **" ,?"i,*r? ,n ,",tM,Thl?lee <rnrwrl? nrwivUi .end rou. exsreaa paid, 3 BeSamma fo gi io or m^ fr ,9.50- Allaya ?nfs^?? 1?mon-, order a^we^^de ??<?*?**???? ,ur eddraase sad nes^ plainly. Ad,lr.?a OZONIZED OX MARROW CO., IS Waxshlaflrtoo *t.. Chicago.