VMEMflN'S TRAVELS. !
More About the Famous Watering
Placos of England.
ISLAND OF FIRE BEflCON3,
Known as tho Island of Tlianet?Margate
and Ramsgate?Scones of Historic
Interest?People You Sleet
and Sights You See.
ftvrlnl CnrrffTumitrncg of (he lnfctHacncer.
Hamsoatb, England, Auk. in, 185)1.
The Isle of Thanet?the Island of tho
Fire Beacons?once completely disconnected
from Kent, but now wholly reclaimed,
forma tho northoasternwost
projection of that historic county of
England. It is only nine miles in
length, and in most parte but flvo miles
in breadth; but there is probably not
in all England, and, for that matter, in
tho world, a bit of land so valuable for
its agricultural possibilities, nor so
completely a garden of delight for the
millions to which it is accessible in
Its situation Is very bleak and open,
from its extraordinary extent, through
countless coves of sea front on tho
north, whore it is washed by tho Thames
estuary, and on tho east, wliero it is
lashed bv tho ever restless tides of the
Straits of Dover and the North Sea; but
every squaro rood on which ancient
ruin, historic fortress or gav resort docs
not stand, is under tho highest known
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bill ID UJ CUIUYUUUIl. XUU luiiauito iui
this ara: All Kent 19 London's truck]
garden; Thanet islo is every season ac- 1
tually covere<l by a coat of ulga, or seaweed,
obtainable by the farmers at only
tbo exponse of carriage; there are no
hedges, which in some parts of England
destroys so much produco, and the subsoil
is chalk, which acts in wet weather
us a sponge, and in droughts supplies
the land with moisture, ail extraordinary
system of inhalation and exhalation,
which gave rise to the ancient
When England wrings
The Inland sings.
There is no commonable land nor an
acre of wasto land in the island. The
old Kentish plow is still used by the
farmora with stubborn pertinacity; and
it is an odd sight to witness the plowman
stop at tho end of every furrow to
take out his coulter and reverse it, ail
operation which takes liulf his time and
gives amplo leisure for the contemplation
and enjoyment of good old conservative
English ways. Half the farmers
are winter llstiermon, and ail the lower
classes of the coastwise villages folloir
the same vocation during both the summer
and winter months.
Tho ancient tiniber-nnd-wattlo cottage
is still as commonly found as
umong the Xorfolk Xiroada, and the
peasantry, notwithstanding their contact
with* hosts of city /oik and tourists
in summer, retain un u&vruuiuiuni/
number ol their ancient customs and
superstitions. Were tliere no free-amieasy
Margate and ltamsgate, in the isle
of Thanet, there iB no place in Great
Ilritain ivhero, in so compact an area,
can be found such odd Old World
Btudies as in this tiny piece of clialk
land over against tho wild North sea.
In its diminutive area, particularly
on its coast line, are a score of shrines
and resorts. At tho edge of PegWell
bay, between Sandwich and Ramsgnte,
is "tho ancient farmhouse, "Ebbe's
Fleet," the sceno of the "landing of
Hengist and Horsa," those heroic worthies
of .Saxon mythic wnrfarc. At
1'egweil itsolf the dills, with tho blue
lias intermixed with layers of shell,
many thousands of years old, is u celebrated
haunt of geologists. At S-tonar,
Yortigen defeated the Jutes, Vortimor
was slain and buried, and Thurkill
landed at the head of the ferocious
At Minstor,Egbert, king of Kent, commissioned
liis favorite and chief otiicer
'i'hunor, to murder his two cousins who
liad claims to tho crown. They were
buried in Kthclbert's hall of state. This
spot was revealed by a supernatural
light which ever hovered over it, until
the guilty king,filled with romorso.inade
confession and repentance to tho dead
prince's sister, Uompneva, paid blood
money (wergyld) and gave her as much
ion.) no n hind could run over at one
course, on which to found a monastery.
Thunor endeavored to stop the fleet
creature by riding across its path, but
tho earth swallowed liini and Hung him
into the infernal shadows to keep the j
dead princes company. I
AtOsengall Downs there is a wonder- I
ful old Saxon cemetery. Birchington I
lias the most beautiful girdle of elms of
any village in England, and is noted as j
the olden residence of one Jlenrv |
Crispo, commonly called "Uonjour1' 1
Crispo, from having been kept prisoner i
in Franco for many years and never
having learned more than that word.
At Dauudelion are the ruins of a very
ancient embattled mansion of the Dentde-Lions,
one of tho family having
brought over tho Flemish bell of St. (
John's, of Margaret, in his ship, tho
Dog, giving rise to the ancient couplet:
Jobn do Dauodclyon, trJih hi* prvat J)oft,
Urouxht over thin b*U oil a mill <ok.
ODD HITS OF llRLICS.
Droadstair has been mado famous by
Dickens in his sketch of "Our Watering
Place,"in an early number of Household
Words, and the Broadstair fishermen, '
who are as quaint and odd a lot as may
be found on any coast, were during the
early part of this centurv tho moat fa- j
inous harvesters of the North sea and
Icelandic fisheries. The North Fore
land, 1'tolomy Bunnuum, id uiei-xireiui:
northeastern point of Kent. It lias a
lino old lighthouse, tin'1 ceminands one
of the most magniticcnt and sublime
sun view of England. Tlio great naval
engagement between the English ami
Dutch of Juno, llKKt, in which the English
wore defeated, was fought ofrthis
St. Nicholas-at-\Vade, an ancient ford
bark to the Kentish mainland, lias one
of the most interesting and quaint old
churches of England. Its walls are
built of sen worn Uintswith much rough
brick, believed to bo Itoninn, interspersed.
The eastern dripstones of the
tower window are incrusted with nests
of the "temple haunting inartlot."
Of all these odd bits of mist}; age
relics, dim old Kcculvor, on the widening
shores of the Thames estuary, with
its grassy meads, winding river and
nestling hamlets for a sweet perspective
behind, is perhaps the most wlnsotno
and romantic. It was here tlmt King
Etlilebert, after his conversion and baptism
by tit. Augustine, took up his
abode and built himself a palace out of
the Konian fortress. The ancient town
lias nearly all been literally eaten nwav
and ougiilfed by the sea. What Is left
of the most antiquated picture?cottages,
inn, which bears tlio name of
King Ktliolbert, and which peops
through the masses of ivy, signal towers
anil all?instantly carries the mil)
back to the time of the Saxon king, wi
held hid glorious court at Ueculver.
Douglas Jerrold's dream *of the ol
place having suffered only a sea cluing
and that "fathoms deep the town sti
stands, that busy life goes on, thi
people of an odd, sea green aSpecrj
may he, still carry ou the work Of mi
tal brenthing, make love, boiret litt
ones and die." comes s\v4ftly to eac
beholder. Ail green things are ran
pant and luxurious upon the cruutl
ling clifl's. As you stand on the shor
look log tip to" the broken wall su
mounted by those tall sister tower
the seagulls whirl and scream abot
and above and old ocean seems to joi
their wail in weird, wild requiem.
A II tlu.aii nml inniiw nmrn anntH nf ill
most charming aspect and deepest hi
toric interest are. within a two hour
walk of either Murgute or Haroigat
These waterside resorts, also upon th
little islet, are respectively located o
the northern and eastern shores. Ma
gate looks out upon the Thames estuar
and North sea, and Ramsgate faces th
.Straits of Dover. They are to Londo
precisely what Coney Island, Manha
tan Beach and Itockaway are to No'
York, save that, as they are both ancier
cities, their all-the-year resident popt
Iation is far creator; they are old an
respcctablo ports of entry; their hoi
bor scenes, especially in' confiectio
with their fishing fleets,* are at all eei
sons curious and picturesque. Th
ancient and venerable in homes, shop:
lighthouses, quays and warehouse
form a mellow and eolored backgroun
to innumerable modern structural eh
gancies, and as the accommodations i
"ludgings," the more spruce and digit
fled apartments in dainty and cozy ol
inns and in great modern hotels, ar
vastly more important, the places hav
more* the everyday air of occupatio
and enjoyment, and aro the less dt
pcnuent upon me suuuyn acucauiuu i.
enormous numbers of one day visiton
though the hitter Hood down lroiu Lor
don in mighty human tides.
lioth Mai-gate and Hums^ato *ar
reached by the London & .Southeaster]
I railway and by the channel steamer
from London bridge. From June unti
i October the former sets down an avei
age of 10,(XX) and the latter an averag
of 2,000 Londoners daily at the two rc
sorts, while on .Saturdays frequent!
100,000 "trippeos," as one day cxcui
j sionists are called, are often gathore
hero from all quarters. The Knglis
people of all classes make much of who
| they call their "week ends." The Sai
| urdav half holiday is universal.
I.IFK AT THE HESOKTS.
I While the business man's week "end
' may begin on Friday evening, th
clerks' and all mannerof lowly worker)
I "week end" begins at one minute aftc
noon on Saturday, and in England, c
all countries I know, the transj)ortatio
i lines stand ready to move millions (
' - ? .I ?a ...Untiii.nl* cnnuiiln r
I HIUII JUKI nwilicn W llliuiviui ..
country points they may wish to go an
to return thcin to their homes in tim
1 for 31on<)ay morning's drudgeries wit
[ a celerity and cheapness which are pos
I tively astounding.
TJio London popular heart loan
more to Margate and liamsgatd than t
I much nearer Gravesend, or to grandt
and more stirring Brighton. The rid
across Kent by rail is like whirlin
j through- a wondrous garden. The seer
! of the grasses and grains, the' odor (
the vast strawborry beds, and th
soporific incenso of the forests of hop.1
! are in themselves a glorious journe}
while the trip by steamer down th
historic Thames and out into the ope
i sea has all the glamor and possibilitic
experienced by the worthy "Tuggos
I on their memorable trip to Ramsgati
after their sudden rise in the world, s
precedent to their euteHug Londo
Once at Margate there is tho inevii
able mer, and a grand reach of rocl
shingle and sanu in noble crescent
whoso horns are glorious cliffs sui
mounted by picturesque homos. Th
| town dips gracefully in all directions t
the splendid esplanade, and this an
1 the arena oi foreshore beneath it ai
the whole day long filled with a seetl
ing mass of London "Arrys" and "'Ai
I riots." If there is any chanco of th
visitor forgetting what his special mi:
I sion is in Margate there are fifty pe(
I pie at band to jos his memory and t
take care that it is carried out with a!
the vigor and enthusiasm that is pot
There is the Holl-by-the-sea, wher
you can attend afternoon concerts an
J evening concerts, where you can visi
the Zoological gardens attached therett
and dance to vonr heart's content i
I the ballroom il so "disposed]" Ther
| is the Hoyal Theatre; thero is th
marine Palace, with its excellent vni
(iety entertainment, and its balls o
i Saturdays and Mondays. Thero m
interesting swimming entertainment
ut the Marino Paltico baths; and thei
is tlie Grotto, with its curious sliel
work in tho Dane for those who choos
to investigate it. In addition to tliei
thero are all sorts oi minor entertaii
roents and diversions.
Thero aro sea excursions morning
afternoon and evening in tho goc
steamer India.. Thero are trips in sai
ing boats of all descriptions. Thore ai
country jaunts in every species of cot
vevance, and trips to bo taken to tin
oil Koman fortress, tho l!ooulvor;t
that pretty little bungalow" liatulo
IJirchington, where Kosotti, livod an
died; to Kingsgato, and a little fart lit
onto the?North Forelaivd-ligltthouiwhero
tho clock wonder.s of tho revoli
ing light can be inspected. Keturnin
to Margate itself there is the band o
the jetty. There arc bands on tho sand
thero are bands over the way and banc
around the corner. There are conjurer
there are acrobats, there aro "niggers
and other periormors, who have a woi
derful pit audience on tho sands, sii]
ported by au enthusiastic dress cirel
behind tho railings of tho esplanade.
TUB I'EOl'LE YOU MBBT.
There aro sellers of shrimp and tl:
photographic plmlanaxes; there ai
shops full of tho most curious to}
whittled out by sailors; thero are pair
rninas and cyeloratrias; there aroglas
blowers, conjurors and grinders, wli
placard the announcement upon the
wares of "Dear Mothers," "Dear 01
Pads," "Dear Ojd Jacks" and "Dear O!
Mothers-in-hfw?atwayslh stdck!" An
thoro are the heartiest lovers in tl:
world. Your English lovers are uev<
ashamed of it. In railway carriages, I
public parks, at concojrt nails and lie!
at Margute and Hum&ratp tho stacca!
of rousing suiaeks runs from end to en
of the coldcn sands, a ehirrupy picki
liro of Love's advance forces. "Noboc
is shocked. Everybody is glad.14 'Arr
if you love mo, bo 'arty!" is 'Arriet
invitation to her lover, and 'Arry fai
not of improving the sunny hours i
Margate and Iiampgate.
The rollicking humors of tho Nam
irate sands are precisely the same. /
both places London people come 1
breathe tho air of absolute freedor
Sentimentality und stateliuess. same
tho Cymon Tuj^s variety, have 1
room for development here. Ever
body is ''going it." The uuivor&'i
spirit of the. placo is "going in for g
ing it." It is frolic to be even a donk<
here. Everybody iudcfatigible. TJ
(1 fly men and 'bus drivers roar I
10 bellow it. The boatmen, batbin
chine men, waiteri, portent, p
raphcrs, donkey boys and "busi
, seem to exist in the same atino
of "going it." Drinks arc bwuUo
0, a gulp; meals are bolted; evoi
11 1 tinges; the (aces of all are a cr
lt stew. All tastes and inclinatio
jt catered to.
f. It is tiie one and tlio only pi
l? day of the whole year to "peril
1, million souls who come to Marga
Kamsgate. If these have no t
I,, study the grand rocks of Margat
? the grander chalk dill's of Kamsi
the real beauty of the former is
uni.nnniTml nlltl (lift I'linrm nf 11 IP
it Iran shades of tho antiquo tnrr
n the latter wholly escape those whi
to ricochet in lurid heat and livid
0 ousncsB throuL'h a thousand ui
s. divertisements, it is not because
? Mother Margate holds not innnm
t, noble charms, or "Iioyal Hams
e? the splendid "Soman's Uato" to 1
? is not itself one of the most pictu:
r. und old seaside cities of the world
y ennab L. Wakes
New Yobk, Aug. 2S.?Judge 1
,v son,in Supreme Court Chambers,
^ argument to-day upon motion of
E. Lyon to strike out certain ullei
relevant allegations in tho ans
r" the defendant in his (Lyon's
n against Senator William Stewa
'* Nevada, for $1,000,000 'damages.
B suit grew out of complications ii
' ing transactions in which Senator
art acted as counsel for the nit
j Among the allegations objected
the plaintiff is that of blackmail.
[' Patterson reserved his decision.
<1 will lot Thorn tn.
lVisnivfiTitv. I). O.. Am?. 2J3.
n Commissioner of Immigratior
?- authorized the Inspector of Imi
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h cd bv the President and Secret)
l* tho ilebrow Orphan Asylum of
more, in tho cuso of tlio thirty
? Russian Hebrew immigrants del
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n Lucas County, J
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d City of Toledo, County and State
h said, and that said lirm will pa
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e A. I)., 1880.
r J coif I A. W. Gleaso;
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CAMININQ PHYSICIAN OP THE
A'D SURGICAL, 1XSTITUT1S, '
o.Columbus,0. flicorporal?d,1686. Capital,5300,000.
: New York, the well known and *uccei?ful Speclalitu in j
iQti Ear, on account of their large practice in Ohio, have j
E. where nil forms of Chronic, Nervous and Private Dieat
Scientific principles. They are ably assisted by ft full j
:h one being fcnown specialist in bis proieuion
or uio o! the knife, by a new method.
CE, alter years ol experience, has Uncovered the greatest r
Femnlo diseases positively cured by the new remedy, j
home treatment. Entirely harmless and easily applied. j
Correspondence promptly answered.
' toll- DISEASES OF WOMEN.-We "haVe > ipedal de- J
habit, partment, thoroughly organized, and devoted ex- j
hous- clusively to the treatment of diseases of women. ]
Uiant Every case consulting our specialists, whether by t
letter or in person, is given the most careful and i
f ex* considerate attention. Important cases (and we get j
nown lew which have not battled the skill of all the t
y dis* home physicians) have the benefit of a full council ^
iness, of skilled specialists. In treatment of diseases
leart, peculiar to females, our success has been marked,
iness, over two-thirds of our patients being ladies, old,
aflec* young, married, single, rich and poor. Our method
those is entirely free from objectionable features of the
ce of general practitioner, namely, "Local treatment."
most We seldom find it necessary. We prepare reme.
ringe dies, constitutional and local, as the case demands,
is too and instruct ladies how to treat themselves.
lyond MARRIAGE.?Married persons, or young men con*
it will templating marriage, aware of physical weakness,
lioate loss of procreative powers, impotency, or any other
disqualification, speedily restored.
from PRIVATE DISEASES,-Blood Poison, Venereal ,
luent Taint, Gleet, Stricture, Seminal Emissions, Loss of ,
"by a Sexual Power. Weakness of Sexual Organs. Want
g the of Desire in Male or Female, whether from impru- \
it for. dent habits of youth or sexual habits of mature j
ropy years, or any cause that debilitates the sexual funciln
or tions. speedily and permanently cured. Consultafthis
tion free and strictly confidential. Absolute cures i
tcond guaranteed. Medicines sent free from observation
ee n to all parts of the United States.
althy EPILEPSY, OR FITS-Positively cured by a new
and never-failing method. Testimonials furnished.
-Each person applying for medical treatment should send
issed first in the morning preferred), which will receive a
n. and if requested a written analysis wilf be given,
ed pretenders, who keep trifling with them month after
nds, should apply immediately. Delays are dangerous.
d cases which have been neglected or unsklllfufly treated,
s or failures. Parties treated by mail or express, out vdierc
durable cases guaranteed. No risks incurred.
ential. Treatment sent C. O. D. to any part of U. S. List
R. FRANCE, Not, 38 and 40 W. Ga* St? Columbus, 0.
:usdflin ftfciil :
.11 V* WLU BWB&.IV i
IF THE SERPENTS OF DISEASE! |
iwnselvos, but not knowtn? bow to aucceufolly | J
[E HORRID SNAKES ; j
f glvo up In DospAlr nnd olnk Into an ecrly pravc.
iAT m ESI50R1 THERE 53 HELP! !
yo? Who fcufTor from Looi Vlyur, Weakened, :
utikeri or Vn<iet*lopcd lAiub* vr Organs*
filcal Exceaaco, nod ell tbclr evil results, tccret
Wc*. crll thought* end drcuma, eta, etc., dioulJ g
1SHM13 SfSpi'SH *
ucs and tlio formation of the Ecxual Orcuns of won,
how, by ? - )
? HOME TREATMENT,? j
methods cxcluBlvoly their owo, the IFOJiST
heo cai,' nr: cvhed. i
send roR the book to-day,
not licsltatc. We claim a monopoly of nuccccs la u
tin# theso Disorder*, and bare thousand* of osvtua j,
icoululfl to establish our Halm. D
ERiE MEDICAL CO.. I !
Niagara Street, BUFFALO, H. V. I 1
oprkurfuw-a. * ? .*?<? - j
Bill PILESI 1
:ema, wounds, burns,
P, bronchitis, &c,
ps for free sample box and book. :
OILET AND NUBSERY PURPOSES.
?3?CHicAao. ILL-. !
Mt. De, curl
NEAR WHEELING, W. VA.
Full Eugllsli, MnlUoinntlcal and Class),
Location urunrpaawd for beauty and heal is.
Weekly boarden or day scholar-, rect-jvcd fh,n
Wheeling or the, viclulty. a SUter wiu c..5
Jay cholnrs at the 8 a. in. motor uuj rejuS
with thum at J1 p. la.
For further partlculari apply to
1023 THE DIRECTRESS
FACULTY FOR TIIE EN8UISO YEAtt:
J. M. FRASHER,
Principal and Superintendent L'ourwof Zastroctlon
GEO. W. KRAMER,
Principal of Commercial J>cimnmeat.
GEO. B. FRASHER,
Principal of English Depnttmotit
MISS JENNIE S. CARROLL,
Principal of Shorthand and Typewriting
T. M. GARVIN,
Lccturer on Coromcrciul Law.
(TO BE Al'POISTEn.)
?,ia TnstTurtnr In
"MRS. X. SIBfis HiRTi
School for Girls,
MAE BELLE HART'S
School foi Young Children,
Will open in September in lunje. aJrr and veil
Icbtod rooms in the Crunglc Uloik, Market
iiroot. A full corjvsof eflielciUtcmlKTi. TLj
vhool will bo divided into three di-partrnmu,
'rimary. Grammar and Academic, of duw
frfioy? wiU^bo prepared for the Lln*ly Freilmua
^Tho pa?t vonr iron successful in a high ditfro*
unking nocessury u provision for u largo iturta*
n tbo xmmbeTOj pupUS; )y*_
WHEELING. W. VA.
SCHOOL FOR TOE THOROUGH TEACHING
OF D0Y3 AND YOUNG MEN.
Military, English and Classical Coursoi Al?
dodera Lauguuges. .
Military Department In clmrgo of an oSctt
if tho United dtatoa Navy.
rxu. TERM UEUiyi
VIONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7,1891.
For /nrtber particulars cull on or ndjn* Ifoa
1 W. Campbell. Presldeut Bourd of 'lru>wcj,
lobii J. Jones. Esq.. Secretary of Board of Tro*
ccs, or j |
JOH.X M. DIBCU,rLlL
JyM I'rlnciinl I
bEGUINCOLLEGlATIC INSTITUTE. I
O SO. SI SEVENTEENTH >TJU.fcT.
This blpbh* prosperoui Institute fur Younj
-allies and Missos reopens SEPTEMHKK 7. Tn?
'rJnclpul ha* devoted bewlf for quite u huq
jur of yeun to the url of teaching here in her
mtlveclty. mid the success which hns Invar-it
>lv attended her efforts in favorably known.
diss Bluuchnrd, uu eminent pianist*- and viulla
Bto, is the Precejitrcm of Music, which her*- rv
ielvcs particular attention. Tliucuutx-cKwij
unbraces the hipher Enpll-h branchc*. Mitbe
antics, Ik)ok*keeping. MunIc, French. fiermw,
-ntin, Drnwliur and Oil Painting. Sj?cci?l >iu
tents admitted to tho class a in lioofc-Uvfif.*;
Vritlimelic and llUKlnesi Correspondence. Oio
lectud with the Institute is n detrimentfor
mull bovs. For particular*, call on or adJroi
MISS PAULINE II. SEQUIN* Principal. H
MIS6K. ZELDA HLANCHAitD, .
ao20 AModiite l'rincipri_
NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY I
0F MUSIC, nr. F.BE.V TOtKJEE. I
CAKIi FAEI/TEN, ?lrertor.
IIICTDIIPTMN IW riANo, oitCAJC, M
iNol nUlil lun VOICE, VIOLIN, cte. |
Srftemauc counts in chws and private lew*i
Tuition, lio to fjo for ao class Icmoiu. Many fret
CIosbph, Lectures, Itecltul*, etc. EI"**
t ion, Oratory nnd Drnrantlc Action, Mm
Art*f Literature, ijtnwiitEc*, IMan? mo
OiKNn Tnnlnjr. COMFOKTAKLE HOB* M
for Lraly Students. Calendar Free.
Fall Term begins Sept. 10,1891. I
PRANK W. RALE, General ilaoogtr. H
Franklin 8cuaroi Boston, Mass*
Op#os 8?pt. Kih. 1801.. One ottho raw UjwootftH H
attract! to School* tor Ttmnu I lull ex in tbrN^i
Conservatory Oonnw In Munk Timntj.tfve immm
gpdotBcpni. BJhutjon bwtutlfu], Climate un?cn?^Pnpil?:
from twenty Rtatw. Twin* low.
Inuucpiiicnt* to persons at a dirt?nro. j * ' *
superior mlvnnrnai*n or thin
cchool, write for a Cafalor??> to the Xrtflcwt
iv. a. iiMimn, J). J)., muuuim.'*
jeSVTrhMw . ??
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. I
lUJtiHKK LAW Minimis (nine
egin Vth Jnly. 1891. u*>d H
lave proved of signal Ui,'',7i1^ 'V .uVor i1'1 ? I
Icslirn to pursao their studies t1,1* :, ^ H
*W?Cboo); 2nd. to those who vr?.|H> rivatcly;
and :id. to pructltloiunwh'W?, &
iad the advantage of |* . a#
'or circular apply ?P. V,u iiivnn l'ruf nMMvIlla.
Viulto JOllN K MlNOH.
Hashingtoii & Jeteo/i Ct>ll$ I
Tbo 91st year begins Sept. 10. <'luufcitl.
teientlflc iind Scientific eotir.'ci of stud v.
jantnry Department conducted by tb-" i
'tic'tity. JixjMjmw lotv. Moral- .?i i.v
;ood. >o Mloons. Knr (iitiilo/iic. m'fi.'''?
us mwiiKNT .ti< >\ n_L
Stmton Military Milemj
For Young Men nm] IV?vi
For Ununited Mtnlw. iddtM
Staunton Mh-itahy acapeiiv, Staiint^ '
Bea vbk coLi.ir, o x r> jii >i<
?m?. J^uvcr. I'l. I :
Vrt. KI<?cii!Iou iiurj ..
fcV. K.T. TAVI.Oli.il .. : I
PKOFBBOU ' M
Mil he plcitiod to receive iIiom: : ainder
lils direction at his itudR N r-'tot
street, Wcdneadny, September 2 ' 1
illii dwdrltiK to retain fonucrtioman .v.-o
call in the forenoon.
IV1U1N I i_ni_ ...
ATLANTIC CITY. NOcean
K?r hot Mid cold ion wafer 1-'''' !.*r^B
ilnrp* n( interest. Cui:).' .':.
entublo. . ,
REDMAN & CO.
J?r? removed ticlr Ma
orrnpHed iron bultdlt .
trcen Sercaicentb ?i.J t. ' ' H
iru now rewly iur l>tuiuc*> u. *l
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