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Free Wool Opens the Way to Com?
Protectionists Fighting Hard to Re?
pair Their Barriers. Wool Tariff
Their Objective Point. Earm
ers byes Are Opened.
There is good method in tho madness
With which the Republican press attacks
tho wool schedule of tbo senate tnrill
act. it is excellent tactics. It is mass?
ing tho troops ou tho broken conter. It
is tho "stitch in time" that may "suto
nine." It is a vain attempt to retrieve
an irretrievable blunder by the protec?
tionists that dominated the senate. s>o
we have tho assault all along the line.
Weave gravely told that thomeroappre?
hension of nntaxed imports of wool sent
millions of domestic sheep to the .sham?
bles, ouo reckless paper stating their
number tit over 00,000,000. Others,
more cautious, estimate that tho slaugh?
ter has diminshed the home clip over
(U,000,000 pounds. Doleful, pathetic
pictures are drawn by these word artists
of the miserable condition to which the
merely impending freedom of the lleeces
reduced the poor American farmer.
Then tho farmers have bean given
comparative figures showing the impor?
tations of foreign wool 1'before and aft
. or" the blow fell on tho docks. Only
86,000,000 pounds of wool came from
pauper sheep in 1804, as computed wtth
soiuo 200,000,000*poonds in 1806, That
imports fell off iiiantieapal ion of tho re
moval of tbo tax; that tho imports of
189S woro l^tyOOO.OOO ponuds; of 1802,
148.000;OUO?these are immaterial mat?
ters, not pertinent to thodiscussiou, uutl
therefore omitted by them. Thai also is
excellent tactics. Leave to your oppo?
nent tho discovery of your weak points.
Then wo huvo bad stout denials of any
advance in tho price of dornestio wool.
Prices today aro put alongside those of
two or three years ago to establish this.
The omission to maka the prices of
last year, while wool was still nndor
tbo wing of its guardian angel, the ba?
sis of comparison, is another bit of
adroit fencing. Intorviows with woolen
manufacturer?* aro given in which they
assert that free wed is not helpful to
them. And so, oue way or another, the
assault is fiercely made and persistently
This, we repeat, is good tactics. Freo
wool breaks the center of*the wholojiro
tcctivo policy. It strikes out tho'ltoy
Btone of the arch. If the long straight
oinco 1S87 badreanlted in notmugmxiro
than this, thoond justified* tho offort. It
opens a breach in the wall through
which tho hosts of commercial freedom
will press. It is to tbo repairing of the
breach that the enemy are bonding th*ir
efforts. Tho protectionists have hereto?
fore zealously maintained the lino in?
tact. A corner of a bastion was knocked
oil when quinine was placed on tho free
list and onothi r when hides went there,
but tliey woro not serious breaches. Tho
strength of the protectionists has boon
in their ability to bamboozle the farm?
ers into believing that somehow they
also were the beneficiaries. Tho wool
tariff has been given as illustrating this.
If wool remains free, if-the prico does
not fatt to the extent of tho .tux reduc?
tion, if, on the contrary, it advances
from the lowest price obtained while it
was protected, there is imminent dan?
ger that the farmer will have the wool
pulled from bis oyos and realize how
he has been oatspawed.
Then will oorrm tho turn of the manu?
factured- of woolens. Tho farmer whoso
wool meets, like all bis other commodi?
ties, a priori made by unsheltered com?
petition, will,insist, that the cloth made
from his wool stund a similar competi?
tion. Ho vjill join the free traders in
demanding froo woolens as well us free
Horo is where the manufacturer scents
danger to himself. lie nj satisfied with
present arrangements that givo him
from 40 to 00 per cent of protection
from competition, but bo see.- (hat i!
tbo furmcrs turn against him, now that
the partnership is dissolved, it is all
over with him. When woolens aro as
frcH as wool, tho manufacturers, too,
will join the growing hosts of commer?
cial freedom to got their necessaries of
life and manufacture nntaxed. And thus
tho movement will spread from class to
class. It is this that our opponents . ,. ,
and it is to prevent this that they nr.
now centering their efforts in an attack
on freo wool. If they fail, they know
that their whole fabric will come tum?
bling down about their ears.?St. Paul
Crumb? From Onr i. ,1.1c.
Ex-Soeietary Weeks of tho Iron Man?
ufacturers' association, recently back
from Europe, reports that the European
mills arc beginning to catch tho overflow
of our iron trade, our manufacturers
Laving all the orders thoy can filL In
this halcyon time even McKinleyism
would scarcely grudge tho crnrobs that
drop from <mr table to tin, "pauper
lubor" of Europe.?Philadelphia Rec?
Health, said Miss Arnold in Boston
to the Cbauucey ball kindergarten grad?
uates, is the first requisite of success.
Tho "new" woman lias none of tho old
fashioned boliof in nerves and notions.
Upon enrtains thtvprineipal part of
tho embroidery is now placed upon the
turnovor-poruou of tho top. This has
Stnch- tho effect of ?Talauco wheueflcct
A Story With m Moral.
Spinkins of tho people who ooino in |
leto Into tho movements of reform and
tako on the air of the early martyrs re?
minds ii critic of tho woman'a inovo
ment of tho story of a fisherman down
I in Gloucester. Ho had a littlo fishing
smack and was in the habit of going
oot in tho hurbor to Otttoh u few fish,
tanning m one morning when there was
a douse fog, all ut once the fog; lifted,
end ho fenmd ht> wan Mailing directly
into an Ekist Iodiamim, n largo VCSSol,
lying at anchor. However, he got
astern of hor and cried out:
"Ship, ahoyl" ,
"Aye, aye, sir," said tho captain of
tho great East lndiamnu.
"Whut ship is thnt?"
"Prom Galoot to, bound for P.oston."
"How long huvo you been onl.'r"
"Ouo hundred and ten days. Who aro
"Tho Lnoy,.from Qloucostcr."
"How long huvo you bceu out?"
Woll, now, whon those all night peo?
ple uiidorttiko to discuss kins question
you wntiM think they had boon out 110
days. ?PhilndeJphin L<*lgor.
The Color Mm- Obliterated.
Tho Chicago Women's club, which
distinftninlirsi itself last winter by hav?
ing internahdissensioa on tho admis?
sion of'Mrs. Fanuin Horrier W-irliams, n
eolortvl applicant for membership, has at
hist plnoed itself on record as being in
sympttf-by wrth'tho spirit of ihn fifteenth
The)paogressi?e members of theolub
have amended tho constitution, and tho
Hub .i - umwinde has accepted tho amend
monts. The olaUio whioh.it was feared
might cause u controversy was passed
without comment. It doolares Qjutilrflciv
tiuus for mi\Bjl)or(;hip to bo character,
intelligenjvo mid tho reoiproonl advan?
tages, to tho ohlb and tho individual,
without regard to raoo, oolor, religion
or politics, and it wits curried, conse?
quently by the coanludiug ballot. By
virtue of this final dooituou on tho color
Line the supporters oi Mrs. Fannie Bar?
rier Wilttams soy there is no reason why
hor i; - ?: i. ? ? miiwunt bo proposed for road
mission this antmnn.?Exchange
BUSS Mi?ry W. Well?.
Miss Mary W. Wolle), a gradunto of
Wyoming (N. Y.) seminary, has bceu
fruporinfejiriuut of the deaconess homo
in DulUnioro tor nearly two yoors past.
Recently she wim (transferred to the sn
perinteudency of th<> Jane Abraham
di!iicr)nes.H.honio of Portland, Or. .Miss
Wells was a .teacher.for sonio time in
Iowa Wttdeyao university, afterword
prcreptrose^u Nupa Colleginte institute,
California. Re turning to Iowu she took
n c,oursr\uf i study iu medicine and was
admitted tb thn Iowa Pharmaceutical
association. Tho earn of her aged uiuth
or in Knoxvilio, la., confined hor to
homo work, whuro sho was selected as
Sunday school superintendent, und
served wilh groat acceptability. When
; relieved from home cores, sho entered
tho Lmey Wnhh Hayes Training school
: in Wasliingtou, where sho grnduati d
Want the Uir i:< ?clnili .1.
Women are not allowed to form polit?
ical societies in Germany, and ns tho
police have tho power of determining
whut a political society is thoy may at
any moment dissolve n woman's organ?
ization ou that plea. At the next s> 3
skin of tho rniclistng Baroness von
Gizycki hopes to present a petition
praying that the law bo rescinded, and
over 10,000 signatures of women have
already been received. In tho meantime
nil snfjrupo work must ho offootod by
: peraonalvinttuenoe, mid the baroness is
? doing all sho can by lecturing and writ
l ing to awaken internst in tho question.
Sho and Frau Caver urn editing a now
I wiimaii's paper, Dio Frauenbewegung.
Like a Ilatf of Feather*.
Ex-Governor Long has well said that
tho argument against woman suffrage
is like u bag of feathers. You may pum?
mel it all day , and it remains a hag of
feathers still. There is uo solidity in it,
yet you can make no impression upon
it The mothod of argument; used by
tho average opponent of equal rights.
In- says, is identical with that of James
II us dosoiibed by Mueiiulny. It was the
I habit of King James, ho says, to make
some entirely unfounded assertion, and
i after his councilors had respectfully
demonstrated that it was not true to
I assert it again iu exactly tho snmo
i words. Itrds no wonder that a monarch
so impervious to reason had finally to
, be dethroned.
Ilm. B. B. Krom.
Mrs. s. R. Krom of Plainfleld, N. J.,
who has been active in tho movement
for school suffrage for women, rendered
a valuable service last year by compil
ing careful statistics of tho number of
women voting at school elections and
i serving on school boards in each county
; of Now Jersey. Sho thinks eqnul suf
frago would "raise the moral tonn of Lho
whole country, especially as regards the
I liquor traffic and Lho prevention of the
regulation of vice." The Newark Daily
Advertiser recalls in this connection
? that it was owing entirely to the nntir
? ing efforts of tho women of Now Jorsey
that the ago of protection for girls was
raised from 10 to 15 years.
"i'iior Man * nioney.
They call silver "tho poor man's
money." Well, maybe it is. It is the
?-?^incy of Mexico and India and China
und other unprogressive countries, where
the common people are certainly about
km poor as they can be.?Minneapolis
Ml Iff TTltfil
BATTLE ON A LEDGE.
wo Fnapril PrlHODan Turn the Table on
i in ir Cnptorn.
Four prisoners escaped from tln>
Grauten vi He (Ala.) jail lust week aud
made direct for Sand mountain. Two
of thorn?Hill Holl and John Stanford
?ivoro murderers, ono having killed u
constable ami the other u farmer. Dep?
uty sheriffs started in pursuit. and yes?
terday mot two proapoctors named
Hawkins and Bozemuu on the moun?
tain. The officers told them a reward
woajd hf'puid for tho fugitives. Later
in tho day the prospectors , found Bell
and Stauford* asleep inn gnlch and ar?
rested'thorn. The prisoners were then
marched ahead toward Carlylo, a few
Ah they wer? passing around a rock
on the narrow trail along the mountain
Hell picked up a largo BtOUO and threw
it at. Hawkins. Tho stone struck him
mi dm ami, uitdtdie bail to drop his pis?
tol to.clutch tho mountain side, or ho
would have fallen over a precipice.
Hell sprang upon Hawkins and managed
to Rot, the pistol, which was resting on
tiio lodge. Ho was now master of the
sit nation, as Bozomuu was ftot armed.
The two oonvietH marched tho pros?
pectors baek to a level spot and took
their money, watohea and clothing.
Hawkins and Bozemnn did not gel out
of the mountains until this morning,
Hell and Stuufoid are probably safe now
in the mountain fastnesses.?Atlanta
Will Bins For Uedtlnae.
A ourfow ordinance will be introduc?
ed in tiro city?couiioilof Rockford, Ills.,
for keeping all children under 16 years
of age unattended by older p or sous from
the streets niter '.< o'clock. At that In ur
bulls will i iug throughout Iho city.
Enough uJaermou have expressed them?
selves in favor ot iho ordinance to ui
Bure its passage.
Siek Headacbeaml rniiori. nil the troubles Ind
?leal in ii In lions Btato of Iho svi'-'in. sneh us
iNninexs, Nausea. Drowsiness; Diatroac after
cathiKi l*a,tti in the Siilc <.'.? While their most
roaiarkablo auceaaa lms in-on ahown'in curing
Ilaadaohe, yet Ranraa'a I.i iti k Livan Pitta
an equally valuable In Constipation, curia*;
ami preventing thlaaaiioying complaint, while
they als.? correct all disorders of the stomach,
stimulate the liver nml regulate this bowels.
Kvcn if they only cured
Arhn I hey would lie almost pricelaaa to tho^n
?in, suit.t from 'in--. distrosstnc complaint;
hat fortunately lliclr KOodni'si dees not end
hare, and those ?i.ace try them will llhrl
these lltttoplll? valuable in ao many ways tlmi
laoy will not ha willing to do without, them.
Put utter all sick head
I* the bano of so many lives that her* is tvhern
we malm our great iioust. nur pills cure it
while others tie not,
t'iiirrn's l.iTTi.e f.tvaa Pints are verv small
ami veryoaay take One or twopillsniaka
a lies.*. They are strictly vegetable and ilo
not irripo or puree, hut by their Bentie action
please all who use them In via Is at ?.'?"> centas
five for $t. Sold everywhere, or aent by uiuil.
CAS-IS KXSICuTE CD., V:v Yet*.
MR Snail Dose. UWce.
Our Stock and Special
Prices will convince you that -S? I
hcadq,uar!cr3 on Bibles and "^Jf
Prayer Hymnals is at
r NUSBAUM S,
r8 Main Strset,
?J; norfolk, v a . ^
In this way. When you see how
Peaiiine has helped you, tell others
and let it help them. Where a
woman is trying to do housework
^XVqt in the old, hard-working, rub
^^ybin-r way, it's actual charity to
/ tell her about Pearline. Per
*~~ haps she uses it for scrubbing,
washing dislu-s, etc., but can't believe that
washing clothes it can save so much
work ami wear without doing harm.
Your persona] experience might
convince her. That would help Pearl?
ine. to be sure?but think how much
more it would help her, by saving
time and strength and real money.
Peddlers and sonic unscrupulous
grocers itII you " this is as guod
:ib" <>r "the same as Pearline."
never peddled: If your grocer sends
umtU cjrX.no JAMES l'VLli.N.V.
1 ALSE?Pearline ii
you an Imitation,!*? honest
D^ligHtfLjl Surrinner Resort!
NIAGARA FALLS. ONTARIO.
An Ideal Place for Ladies' Summer Vacation.
M 111II.lt It EM Wik WM,
Virginia's i>eaiide reiorl in 111Atlantic
Ooran, Unrivalled for iih surf-bathing and
n agniflcent viow nl the ooeau. increase of
hotel accommodations and oi bor improve?
ments. Those desiring plenty ol aliooiing
and Ashing, ''in tin.I il .it tlobb'a Inland.
Kouto; Wo Will moot da Ii tho II". uortb
lioitud and tbo > 5l snath bi uuil Iraiu it*.
Uohh's Station, on the Now York. Pliiludol
pbia auil Norfolk Itiiilroad. 1'hbhi ngnrn
irnnxlerred to ialand l?> iteaoier. 't'ermi?
SS .*io per (I iv: pTJ pi r w<x-u $10 per raoutli.
For further information addi ess
com? .v spa in',
jo6-tii,lb,ea>3m t iltcsapeeke. Va.
HAYTH S HOTEL
FIN CASTLE, - - VIRGINIA.
In tbo lilue lhdgo Mountains. Altitu e
2.000 leet. MManuimer average tempera,
ion ,i dogrosn Malaria etui mosquitoes
iinkuDwi I'ri-dnily mail ?u . passenger
connocttons, telegraphs, etc. Largo 'lining
bull, bullrooin *u i tweuty*flvc bedrooms
added ibis spring. Capacity 160. World
renowned farro-magnesiau water for liver
aud kidnet diseases. Hates, its tu A2-t ac
cording to location, number In rooiii. Spp
cial to raniilios, Four week* to month,
payable weekly. t'hililron nudor twelve
yean an I servants ball price.
ItUWI It HAYTIf.
i iwuer and Propi iotor.
Write for descriptive pamphlet, ati.t-tf
NIWI II KH RKSOH S
AI.! MI! Kl? NIMUKn of BOMMEli
boi rrteis ctin be accommodate l nt
by applying to Iba principal at once. Three
minutes'ride to Nm'tolk, foity-nvo to old
I'oint . r V igiiiia Beach, twenty to Ocean
View, Borkley, Xn. }e9*wlsa*tf
OCEAN SHORE PARK HOTEL
ON THE ATLANTIC OCEAN,
IS IVIIUEIS FROM NOR FOLK
l iiiu oliglitful ocean r tori will t>o opened
for tue reception of guests on luly l*t, i~u?.
This place otters eepecial attracii.os tor
Untiling, i oatltig unit Pishing. Largo ai !
pie Hilt l Omni.
i be ruisine an i service excellent,
t.i" i t-nun moderate.
I 01 ratoH address
< HAS. II JOHNSTON, Manager.
ltfj?'-ti Virginia Beaeb.
C. \Y. CUI.LEN A SON. Owners and Prop, s ,
Cullen I ostotbeo. Va.
Tho ol.!o~t Hummer itotorl in the United
States, do Ml Pithing, Uniting hu l Bathing,
i igbl different water* White, lied and
Blu Sulphur, Alum. Iron. Arrtuiiie. t'haly
heute and l.itliia tin lop ol ti.e ? I In 00
To;. Hange,'' 2,l0i reel above tbo son. Uis
laueo tr..:n It A I? It It . Wati rllcU . oue mile;
iliHlattce from N .V \V K It (Rivertoni threo
miles;distauou from M \ u iMi.tdleton four
nrhs Writolor rutci. je.'O j'm
NONROE PARK, RICHMOND, VA.
Founded in UM. i'cfsluii opens Friday, Beuictnlicr 'JO. Five Unireriltr men and one BusM
nc?s ?.?Heise Rrndinr.c liiuhinic in t'pper Scuool; limn ladle* In l.mvir. Itnll lor l>9l--r??l"i|?l
it.-i nn > i i.v. ior any American Uulventty .iic<t, ur for the Military, Naval aud iccniiitut)
behooh Koi '?UulveriUj aud College Kecord." and lor particulars at to the aebeol, larau, etc.,ap-j
i> fur catalogue.
mii:-w,i',?u JOHN P. McOUlltE, No. 7 K. lkdnucrastreet
Haddington Building. Students Admitted at any Tinie.1
Thorough Instruction in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Penmanship, Type-writing, &c, &c.j
Individual Instruction, both sexes. ?Terr person aluml-i have r I'raotieal Business!
Education. No ednoatiou ta complete without it hor full iutormatiou addreaa
_I. W, PATTON, Prlncinal
RCHOOC.S AMI* ROg.l.gtfSKN.
Classical School for Boys.
MISS BESSIE L. FITCHETT
will open Lit Classical School lor ltovs nt ! 4
UuUo street, THURSDAY, HEPTEMBBB
2?tii. Is.s5. For lurtLor information u.i
.ii?b her, until afttr Septi-mbcr 20tta, cute
COL. It. a. MARK.
IlU'iO-tf l.OMUKt .11, Vit.
A b hool for hoys posBOsHiiig coi tain din
tine tin- advantages whiob uuiy hu suinined
Up ltd tolloWH :
l. Its i.road currii alum.
?., ii- spirit of progress.
:t. Ii" wheleaeni4 illacipllne?
?i Iliacbliliuulty nl its cuurre through.
both elementar* and secomlaij giauea,
f>. Il< ItMIIOtlgbnea?!
it tin notlalktandliig?f lupalroea.
'.. Iu --m i. plajground.
x. Coi al -1'iittuooi
!fc IIa lunch-iai? . Kargo*.
It would ho easy to nieution othor advnn
ttigm which it might well possetis. but duos
not- yet that it OOmblUOfl moro than any
otbtr hotB s.ihool iu tbiB ?ectiou iu well re
cogni.'od. Us live male u .. hits are learn
IT. t.y choice and i>i oreKBum. Its graduates
havo been admitted to^i'lius Hopkins Uuiv.,
Univ. of Va., Tray Polytechnic, Lehigh
Uiitv., Stevern, WestToint ?u.l similar in?
Next seaslon Logins September 23. Cata?
logues ready August 12.
ROBT. W. TUIMSTALL, B.A.,
RICHMOND REMAIJi SEMINARY
No. ? I, EaSl tiS m K ST., HlC'IIMOSn, V ?.
IOHN M POWEt.U Principal.
Mlts. T. <;. PEYTON. AasoelSle I'rln. Ipal.
Tli" Iwrnlr-third ncmlon ol this lioardlntj and
.DevSaboel will Iwgin Bsiitcuibar 25tu, ivs"., ami
elMe June inti, 18S6.
tX?.i-.-?<i InatrilOllon from Primary lo i'ulleginle
Department Oil and through. The-best advantage!
in MiibJo, All riuI Ijaoguages.
P.i Inn .i .1 aittTu itiuny advantages for Improve
I niniil iivl.e. Oirrs. f'oiu ?i In. etc.
Pnr d*tull?. npplr-fi.i catalogue In thePrini-lp.il.
^EPISCOPAL HIGH SCHOOL,
Near Alexandria. Va.
I L M. RI.AQEPORD, M A. Principal
T H1: ? H FTY-SKVENTTIiYEA K
OF THIS WF.I.UKNOWN SCHOOL FOR HOV.
Opeua .-"?11111111)101 'Jfttb, IM*..
Wast rated Catalogue seal on application. |
LAW SCHOOL Tj
WASlliNi ?TO NArtD?EK UNIVERSITY, *?
Lrxingtqm, VinntNiA. J
Opens Sept. 12. t'orcatalogue address
JOHN RANDOLPH TUCKER.-Dean.
Bellevue High School.
ilRDFORII COIIN1T? VA?
A ihor..iiKhlr equipped aehnel, complete in Ha
appointments, or, high grade for H'.ys nut Voting
Men. 1 .a catalogue oi Informal I hi, arjpiy to
W. It. ABBOT I'JHnelpal,
JylT-w f.sn-'^.'.t Be/lev lie I". 0.
BOWLINE CltEEH IS:
i ri*i>i*rnlnry nchool of th* htxhti .
rd i rrfe*-T Oharcaa !?>?. N<? himna.
t, M. A. u.ul Vu? Uuuliut; UrMii.Va.
sioumon femoie seminary.^ siaumoii va
Old and well-known. 'Poachers from lead?
ing Colleges. Mush taognt by'graduates of
Cousenatoroi of Leipsic and Berlin. Art
and Elocution superior.
au3-ood.V:\Vlm JAS. WILLIS. I'rineipal.
?PTUPT 1 Prepares lor Govern
c.ci a t? -' .i j ai. iu a. ndeinics i <u
V1HOINIA. J liethol Aca.Wm) I'.fX
M AUCUARL0TTE3VILLH, VA.
I ?r it.11 s nitil s Olms; II. ii. Sei I, : ,
Catalogue. JOHN K SAMPSON. A M.,
jTii".-e..d ISt l'ilnctpal.
ROCK HILL COtlEGE,
?Coudacto.l hy tho ?
BROTHERS OF THE CH.R1STIAN
situated Dpon tho slope of -?ino of the pic
tiiron |iio bids ovurl .okio.g KLI.lOoTT
OITY, UOWAltll CO., Ml>. Scientific, Clus?
?leal, i ommercial ('onrsos and ? Preparatory
Course for small boyr. tiiudotits ar.. in
ceived s boarders or .lav Bcbolms. lor
particulars address laiO. MAL KICK. Presi?
dent. jj'21-2 ii
138 GRANBY ST.,
OPENS TUESDAY. J6T0BER I8I, 1895.
The fi.nr departments, Senior, Junior.
Primary hu I Kindergarten will be under
the charge of thoroughly qualified and nout?
lay successful I sc hers. Spocial attention
given to Languages ?u I Musi . The Kin*
ucrgnrion offers exceptional iidvnntagOB for
the seientiflc training i r little children. ??
fi ? boarders will be ncoommodatod. < .rou
lnr? at iiooKstcros i or furthor informa?
tion a Idri-ss
.MISS AON KS DOUOLAS WEstT,
Ai ling Prin inal,
13s firanliy Hiroot. Noriolk, Va.
Personal intervitWI at tho Loiuu aft^r
MJtlOlll.N AN? <:<>?. I.l.l.KS.
iftliL Ulli KLHUII I UUIIUUL.1
MAltKBAM, l'ATJQOlBH CO.. VA.
Colonel HILARY P. JONES, M. A.,"\
-Head (VI aster.
Cbarges for board aurt Tuition fou Basatoa |
of nino luuuths. -i2j0. au'J-su.tu I
BOTETOUKT SPKINt.1s VllUUNtA "
nT?!^','. ?i;,,"?'?,!',",v '????lrr?. The o'dW
-nd mo>t eatoiislveb; equipped In Wnfals, Bolftttta
!?? . i*l 1:1 Vtirirui und .Modern Liiuiime*?
liu jruiiir.-, Scleareii, >lii?ic, Art ?ad Bfel
culfcM,. M ?Seenland te'aeher. hiiuVtrr?! A?M?;
teet^'LoVTr.5?K,Jlie" Jln"V&" *eettF*3 ?I
od?? 111 b, IWQ Kor dl In.. . >at*lo,??ftS*
UilA.S. 1.. ? ot'Kl, Supi., il?nin,,\?.
LAW SCHOOL. /;
Richmond Collc*e, Richmond, Vs.;
(lponr- Bepteniber in, 189.V Nine inoutiii.
Eaay'J erma. Riokmouil boat place in fir
giltln 10' study law For 1 atulognen, et".,
address Prot." ItOORH URliOOKY. I estec
Manor, \*a.. or 1 '1 OBidout of llie <oile;e,
lUehmoud, Va. . m::-t i,th.-.*,t>v I
:!if,:idry!, biilitarv mol
Kor <ataJotmeaddrer* J>.vvi>MlLM'.Mt'y eCHpOb
Wlastoa, North i arollna. jviS-'-'Bi.
For YOUNG LAD I ES. Roartoke, Va.
Opens Sept. 12. 189A. OnaoftnolcwJIpKScboobj
for \eunij ladles pI1 thq'?outh. Magnificent
buildings, all modern Improvement* Campus
Ich aen - nrani?inount?in scenery in Valley of
Va., lamed l'or health, Kurupcnimnd American
teachers. Full counfe. Superlor**dvantaa;e3 lu
\rt and Music Sl'jdentS from rwenty fcSlatea. .
For catalogues add rcss the President,
W. A. UAKbAS, Ii. I).. Koanoke. Virginia. .
.?*Tini i rnr rnnvnuuni nnirt?:
-. NORKOLK, -
T!i- 7 Ii? i lias been reorganised und pul fully f
itiress* eftbetltnei In all approved methods. I
All'urunche* will be taught by roiopetenl In- :
Mim? tors, in Principal of tha Intermediate and
. olH'.i? Primary Departmentsbotl.nein us with |
I rx/ierietiee m' teaching children, i.ud tre?h from 1
l ti ? hen sebools at method* for ibau departments.
I r ? ...... .??I ,is..i,...l lim Ihalr ..I.Tlil
may rest assured tbat ilieir i bThtreu will
jl*n cIt'-hem advantage* nol lattrlor i> tnorotbat
might be obtained in anj'eltT in ihe country.
Catalogues may be obtalaed from
Capt. A. P. Pifer, Principal,
|yld-eod?m At the Collage.
Virginia Military Iinstitute.
Lexlraston, V ai.
RTIh Vear. State Military; Scientist and Teobnl? j
?al'School. Tbo-oogh Courses in general and up? t
ilied Chemist rv, and in (Engineering l egr?e?
onferrefl in course limit; V M. I, mid tlacbelog
viem <-. lu Po?i lirsii. eeuraes, Muslei Belence*
I Civil K.cluerr. Alt expenses, Inelmliuu clothing
; nl Irtcidentals, provided ?I rale "t S38.B0 ner
month, as an average for I he four yea,-, exclusive
DU 111 I.
t.KN.iSC ITT still']', Siiperlnteudeat.
\ I T. RT. /.TOSBPH'S COI.LKOK.
1 Oouriau of atndiaai lllasntcal, Scien
tni.- and Commercial, Torma Hoar.iura .
per aesnion ol live uiontbH. $115. Siudles
?iii l.o rasomed on MONDAY, September 'i,
HH< i. JORI'.I'H. Director
Carroll st itiou, Ualttmore. Md.
Send for catalogue iyl'2-Vtw j
Charlotlesvl! le, \/e>.
lArgo coriw "i Superior Tca'lwrs. Iio^t ad*
I vaiitagi? In Literary, Mosleal ami Ait Uepart?
meat*. Attractive surrounding)!. Hot and cold
i .uh- Oa- li.dit. Term, li,.we-l. < irder cata
loaue, \? . I*. In, inn.. i'riiii i|>al.
Vt. .1. I'. . I, ms. Aa??. i in i r m i.
Tile Philips 8 Wesl School lor ?irli
ist; tICI.I.ri A SON Ki'KEIil',
'Iho tenth ao aionboglus TUE8DAY, O. to- i
her 1. I8tl5 I 'no oi t ni principals will bo at
tho school OTory day from 0::M_?a. m. to id '
in. to receive applicationa. Circular can
J bo obtained irom the bookstoros or tho
i 1ATEWOOD'? SCHOOL, 333 BOTE ST?
\ X K (J A l l'. a i 'Ol>. \ . M. I and A. M.. Prin?
cipal, res donee s;, nottali atreot. llcnry
Oatewooil, AHHistaiit. I'ho Thirty-nrst Ses
aion ol tni? school will he^in mi V?K1>NE>
DAlf. ?i^i TK I>i I. 3 if. farms and atu des
as heretofore. This boIiooI has alw.iv? t.eeu
noted tor t n thoroiiKbneia of iii teaobing
in KnttlUb, Latin mi i mathematlca.
j win if iuii
CHARLOTf ESVILLE, VA.
Letters, Science, Engineering, Law, Medicine^
?-. .i heglfia IBtii September.
Tuition in Aciideiirlcnl Rcboola freoto Vlr>
gl n Ian a. For cntnloa\ii ^ address
WM, M. IHCtNlOM. ILO . Chairman.
NEWPORT NEWS miL.THRY BCRDEH1Y.
A scbool of liif-li ftrado for hoys and yoUBK
men I'roparea lor anv College or Unt
verslty or active Ufo. All the modern con
Vcnieuecs ol (no day. Address E.W. HUPK
Man, rrinciii.il. Nd'wportNotra. Va tineas
i.'dsi'Au 11, l?V?. iuU0-3m