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STUDY OF GREEK AND SCIENCE
Urged at tbe Higher Education Association
st the Closing Session.
THE EVOLUTION OF CHEMISTRY.
Interesting Taper Head Trom Hie Ten of
Colonel Pendleton Mufti tlooA Will
ltesnlt Irom Ovrr UM Slat*.
Vfeaoan* Dr,, ti, Va.. Joly ?-- [Bpsokl.1
The .-hm,n2 hours of tbaHigber Education
Association t<?-day ina vary iatarssttaf.
At tOo'oloek A W Bl tWM read a
ymy^x on Ihe Origin nnd EvollltlM td
Chemistry," a ' ? ' r*'"
dleton. of tbs Vii '?rv Institute.
The writer urged practical teaohiaf m Ins de?
partment; I r Amty pm
are as not: in| '"1 with actual I
with pa: ?
? v or orvt.
a adopted urging Um
of Creek ss a , il education:
also advising that the Greek Trstument be
| r ,', ' " State,
congi '? ' lu" lap-is
| and on t ? ? ons that -
I tbst Wednesda . would
W. w S; imme
lg up the As
li n. His im ii conl
nt will urye tin
l pe rate w th tin
faculties. An association ot this kin
Imperative nei i in Virginia. In ethel
t n al bodiet
?? Pet all acadei
ucton enroll their names imme?
-.cr. in Tnr. Rmoons.
Science in ths wu tho roi
an am- al ;. It was agra
t, ,1 al the next mi etil .
lat 1 P. hf. Cr?at
good must resu.t from the deliberations of
ll i BMREl no.
Explosion of the Oas Works nt the Tnnattc
Asjrluni Normal amt < ullrgiate Institute.
It ri \ %., tory 9l Bps ia! ! The
brick gai ' Lunatic Asy?
lum was literally blown to pi ares last night
and Mr. .fohn Grotl and Mr. 0. R? berts nar?
ro.' bein ' killed or seriously in
rared. The house was about 10x111 and IS
, and sto. d in the rear of the female
dining room. About - < 1 . k all tlie
in the asylum building were suddenly satin
ind Messrs I D' hens went
t" tiie works to see what the matter wai
AHei opening the door of aa ?
to the works Mr. Grotz struck a
Match handed him liv Mr Roberts and ina
second ti.- i f Mowed. 11 ?
explosion, which sounded like thc discharge
i ait;,' cannon, knocked Mr. Grotz oui
a short distance and be was slso slightly
burned on tbs lacs and ihands. Mi
escaped uninjured, it is supposed that the
sprine which regulates the automatic action
of tbe machine broke and caused tbe gas to be
cutoff; that the boase beoame filled with
fae, and that as soon as Mr. Grotz struck the
niati-h the bin the gas and the ex
plosioii follow machinery of the
works, which is considerably damaged, cost
9100,000, The damage to the works can prob?
ably be repaired foraboul USO.
The executive committee of th? Virginia
Hormel and Collegiate Institute, which (''in?
sists of d', ii. Watkins, chairman, of Pet,rs
burg; M. S. Coghill, of Chesterfield county,
andi'. M. Miller, of Powhatan county, met
here to-day. Mr. Miller was absent. The
committee decided to bnUd a cottage hospi?
tal nt the institute where tbe sick html'nts
oottld beproperly'caredfor, The hospital is
to bs a frame building 12x514, with four rooms,
and is to coat i? tween 1800 and t ot io.
A oolored man named William lillis, who
keene a livery stable on Bollingbrook street,
accidentally shot l.im?elf through the hand
to-dav while handling a pistol.
published statement that Queries, ths
Well-known ba-e-hall pitcher of this city, had
tigned with the Richmond club isa mi-take.
i ghtJohn Davis Harrie waa arrested on
the charlo of c mmittinsr a criminal assault
on Fannie Carter, need seven years, and
Mamie Freeman, agaa nine yean. The al?
leged offense was commited at the house of
Harriett freeman, mother of Mamu, I
n t tin Pink alley, on!ths Sd instant, Ella
Ase, v, aged twelve years, is suit! to have kent
Watch al the door while the alleged assault
vi- comm;!t, l Harris, who is seventeen
year- of Aga, waH committed to jail, i'he
\ - are all col
The ( oiintr Court of Prince George opened
to-day, when the Bette Boiaseau contested
el^cM-'ii caM was nillo I tor trial. This is a
oonteet for sheriff of, the county. Boiaseau
having been awarded the certificate of elec?
of Patten witncseeswers examined to.
day. lt is thought that the tnai will last two
i>r three da
fl IKl.ME'tii Kl Oil HOBS.
?ouie Interesting; Opinion* Bmtod Wilder
Altai nat Judge H?ll>.
WlIUIUU, Va., July ,1 1 In
th, Couit of Appeals I Mlay the following
Opinions were rendered:
.Richmondand Danville Railroad Company
?gains! iwrit <>f error from i rank.
lui <? uuty. Judgment affirmed, ('pinion by
Jones against Richmond, writ of error from
I ui.ly. Judgment affirmed, m.m.on
bv Judj^e J my.
against Simmons, appeal fr"tn Poan
oke county, lu-roo affirmed. Opinion by
Harkrakt-r against Bonham, appeal from
Fmvth county. Decree afllrmed, Ol .
(ira1 son against Duchanan. writ of error
f unty. Judgment u'
Upmion by Judge Lewis,
Hubble against Cole, writ of srror from
Smyth e.ninty Judgment reversed. Opin?
ion bj Judge La< y.
Ik and Western Kailroad Company
against Oilman's e*ecu!ri\. writ of error trom
Bmytb county. Judgment affirmed. Opin.
ion bv lii(!;;e i arv.
Jonas \\ litter, et. ai
Wa- D.tly argued and salmi.u
the ones commonly
, Atlantic lia.lr ad Coi
u g h the plaintiffs are asking the court
/or a mandamus
I b cir -ii t, t
which they allege was grai
Ol the Midgee ol the Conn ot Ap.
iieals. Th? ? use is interesting not only
.ons ami the I
in vain,- I, but ais.. foi the inposing
mw ' > mploved. I hoes sppeai ?
ing in argument : ? Court wen
Randall M. Brown and Cl. W. W. <
for the plaintiffs, and ex-Attorney-G
Rufus A. Ayres ami Judge William J. Rob.
.. of Charlottesville.
Ktuart. Buchanan A Oo. against Hurt, rc.
ceiver. was aigued and submitted.
Barker and others against Virginia Coal and
?ton Salt and Plaster Company sgainst
( HI. trustee, a-.,I Norfolk ami V,
Jfailniad Company agait i ..k were cou.
ll IMMIROA RUEQ,
Wino ?BTVSBtS to Madden the larmers-A
New Kock l'ersonal.
, Va.. ,l?lT ?,. -(Rpecial.l
Herveat i, through with in this section and
wheat was one of the largest and
of the best (Mit*, they have bad for yeera
wi) belYr^Mu"i Mn* ?-ut;'
^'^.D.oukI, not ?,, large hs la.t
o? the principal
1,,.'.",. , ?",' t"?Htate. and b th ,i xu |.
emt .,?*Xh,\}mr!- of th? Armers,
ls not verv large, though it ia expected that it
w.ll be verv much lncreaeed by the latter pan
Miss Maggi*** Switzer, daughter of Mayor
Switzer, ia very ill, with little hopes of her re
i . O. Solden, who has been in bad
health moat of the winter, is Improving.
(iur community is particularly healtny now,
ami tbs dootatS aro eutuplaiuiug that they
ha\eii'thmi; todo. ,
A 1, K>k his been written and will so n .BS
...,| Ity a Kichm.tnel lady, but who has
r vcsrs a resilient of this city, IOUI
... undenthal bad the pleastireo! ex-kins
over ?."ine e>f the manus' npt. sud find** it ex
ceedincly Int-westinn. The scenes of the story
arela-.tl in Biehmomland th<* Valley oil -
giaia Tbe cliara*-te,rs are all good sad tne
p.,; | str.tng one, though tho t-me of thu
bo k Ike ma nv i-C the lea-ling works of the
? day. ia not up to tho standard of bigu
Ile Wrote Too Much.
sn, Va.. July 9. B. T. Shumate was
srrestetl here this morning on a United Bt*tee
warrant charging bim with i assing s?i*nTilIoua
matter tbrougb the maila to W. J. Pwd- Shu?
mate was tried before' Cn.tee! State* CpmmiS
Isentontothe Cmt.nl States
Court at Lynchburg in the sum of W.MC bsd,
He keeps a boarding-bouse an i 1 ord I
with him for n wind. A letter was de
to the house addressed C. Ford. Shumate
wrote ca it "He is n ?? here now, 1 dei not
board sny mun that don't pav Ins boftr.l."aml
put the 1-tter bat k in the office. 11"' penalty
) ears' Imprisonment
Dr,uti,lng or Miss Dove. 1
I ixiiim, Va., July I
coroner's jury having found the .New Nor! et
, -ny guilty ol neglect in not
. ! ,|,,e,rs open nnd lights on
Learys wharf Saturday night, thereby eaus
Irowning, Dr. .Purvis to-day
X* i afters with tin* derk f the Corporation
Curt to be taken out by tbe grand jury em
CONDI TION OP WM. Bl AMI E.
ills Physlelans Eaeertala as te the Hopes wt
HIS Kr, ee,.-l T.
Bannon, N. C. July 9 [Speeial.]
,nof Grand Bira Charles Busbas -eon.
d a balance, ami bis physicians si
? .:i whether t - give wa* bops of his re
,-, -. e-. r or nol M u r-**'* sro rsceived
from all diree-tions regarding hia condition.
and dsilv official i ulletina a Bg isnt
ont bv biisp
Heartt, of this city, bsa
i .-bee. who ia
t... io: r embei zleme Qt, and that offl
cers w. Busbee
oonsei te ' Vista ami
stand trial v m aid will return
with the officer when ? ? Bus
sstatementgivini ?- thecsse.
? Wake county, in sts
ere t i dsy, de i d to spp int a
to] ? r.nd havo
hibit of Raleigh snd Wake county at the
Southern International Sta psition to
-lhere in the fall, and which will also
? n to t he ('hu- igo \. i -rld's lair.
Cai ties are in Haleigh wh", il ia learned
on reliable authority, ur" negotiating with
capitalists bera fir the establishment of a
inummeith plant to manufacture i tr ct* t cars,
aud to- indi.
noni ABBI VALS.
The Gnesta Who Were Keglstared in Itlch
Davit Hour**,. F, Meyers, Kew York; O. B
Johnson, I. B. Stcnn, Philadelphia, Ci.; J.
Greenbaum. A. Loeb, New York; J, 0, Cost
Chicago, DI.; Robert H. Kirk. Kansas Citv,
Mo.; George M. Wilson. Danville, Va.: .). A.
Dumont. Hookford; I. H. Humbrick, Balti?
more, Md.; S. II. Smith, Bangor, Me.. H. \.
Tuttle. K. lb Hoopoe, Philadelphia, Pa.: M.
M. Richardson, Chicago, lld Samuel c.
Browning, Buffalo, N. . . John ti. Fleetw ?od,
Albany, [>'. V.. J. C. flirshnian. Caitiiijore,
Md.; Clarence Otley, Lincoln Neb.; G. A.
Daggett, Boston. Mass.; T. A. Noell, Hender?
son, N. C.; J. T. Plummer, Baltimore, Md.,
c. A Qaskell, Chicago, 111.. T. B. Lieberles,
New York, N. V.; K. E. Tebault, Norfolk, Va.;
.1. II. Btevenaon, Little Boca, Ark.; H. I
bios, Wellsburg, W. Va.
Murphy'* Hotel. C. S. Watson. Custon,
Mass: j. H. Hsnaford, Crows Hill, NV. Vs.;
J. C. Cowell, Virginia C. I, McCurthr, Balti?
more, Md.; ti, c. Burchill, Mies W. T. Roach,
Leonard Lippmann, New iotk Hamilton
Stewart. <ie*<!,n Vt Kirk, Pittsburg, Pa;
J. ll. Hodel. Robert C. Cookman, A. B. l'<-w
den, Colonel B. H. Mercer, Chiladeljihia. la..
Dr. Rives Tatum, Harrisonburg, \ a.; J. C.
( radiford. Charlottesville, Vs.; r.. c. <i anther,
icon ll"',,. S. II. < Herleen, J. H.
Mcllugh. Newport. Ark.: F B. Collv, Chsr.
leeton, S. C.; D. ti. Hitcher, Hr.,rf-.rd. B. Gs
leeky, Richmond; C. A eSchumpert. Chicsg >;
Isaa" B. Davenport. Mis Annie Hinds ami
daughters. Chesterfield county; James I.
Brady, Peteral urg, Vt C. Richards)
folk. Va.: ii. H. (Swop, Baltimore; Prank I or.
tune, G. 8. Shineu. Chase City; W. P. Buber,
N H. furner, lt C. Turner, Newport News,
\ i. \V. C. Brown, Salem, Va,; W ti. -
ter. Washington, D. C.; Paul Trager, balti?
f. S, \V Martin nnd
wife, Danville, Cn, B. P. Waria";, i ha:lotte,
N.e.. R. A. Avers, Virginia KT. Bai
Philadelphia: (1. K. Ham- lin, Boston
Napier, Now dirk. William M. -McA
Warm Kl rings. . i. J< hn Nuisll, Nutall. Vf.
Vu.. S. Ewin, \ irginia 6. J Murra*,, Balti.
aer, San Francis
ll Waed, Philadelphia; William Graham,
Baltimore, Md W. I . Wise, Wu
Vs.; G. B. Nicols, George E. Crabtree, Balti?
more, Md.; C.. ti. Hutton, I yu
Dr. O. C. Wiggin. J i '
rk; Mrs. i'. W. Townsend,
? osend, Washington.
. 'J'. Hopkins. Jersey
J. J. Boj I, New"! k I I. Virgil
?1 C Green,.Lyne bb irg, \ a.; G. 8. v. i
Pennsylvania; J, L. .taine pep
Mr and Mr-. McCoy, (iran 1 Rai
R. I'. Burks W. ?.. Sn.
' B Tsj or, Norfolk, V's ir. P. C.
Hits, Staunton, Va.; -Jacob i el, Dr. Dygart,
s I ir ea \. Lucy, i
N. Wi,hams, N.-W derk city; J. B. I .
D. 1 aw r.ia J. H
delphi* Mts G VI ana family,
Alabama: C. E. Wilaoa, North Caroli
? if oslii sra. Arthur S. He|
u'ina, C. Cantr. and wife. Sew d rk Samuel
-i ' I M. I v W i. Foe.
i.E. B. B
Kentucky L.E. Bearii lliam W.S
Ba timora; T. D . em, Maea; A. i..
Hui.,ii- alph al'.
D. c. Everil S th Carolina.
I *i > / i: / v.;.
Mim.v Hie lem,,i,l j ,?,,!. HTtllCkl ?? I.ixint
luii na ili? SOth e?i July.
The anve ling - ' tbs its ns of General
?murat i.e xingtOU 00
II ?* larg) t from
t train will
leave h re n ", onday nlgl ? n and
w.Hair.%e m .Lexington early on I e follow?
ing morning ami a ll i<-tu* n
Wnartermsater Brown eatimstea thal
100 m. u.i-f r* . p [ ti,,.
? ? Rich*
ight Infantry Clues, and w.ll take tho
drum corps with them.
'i h.- Sons ,,f Veterans will also bs bi ntti*n.l
ance, amt will be reinforced by about fifty
members of that organisation from Freder.
Phe fare for the round trip for organised
s tl. and fl r p-;s Qa Bot bel
toorgsi - ' The tickets will be
good b, return m fi.o days, and manv p.-rs ios
who attend from thia i -.*, Natural
snd other interesting places iu the
vicinity of .Leiiugt >u.
The Lee Camp will havo charge eef the re
freahineiit car attached to the ham. and will
serve eierything at the OaUal ?? ty \*t\owt. At
i . ' n the veterans will bo turnished ac
comm dations ami food by tbe l..e-al commit?
tee e-n the entertainment of visit
Cen, ral Jubal A l.uilv will bc the Orator Of
the day. and h:s a l-l ress will doubt'eM .,r, ve
n t onlv w trthv e.f the occasion, bnt will be
s splendid contribution to thc bistoryof tho
The present indications are that an immense
crowd will be asiembled. and that! all nor.
tiona of the South will bo fully repjeseated.
Chicken cholera and pips prevented and
cured by Siomoaa Liver Regulator.
WILD WINDS ON LAND AND SEA.
Many Buildings Entirely Demolished and
EFFECT OF WEDNESDAYS CYCLONE.
Kaw Mills and Other Iliilldlngs Destroyed?
A British Rtramer Rnn Into lt>
an Ioknown Vessel.
NoRrot.it. Va., July 9. [Special.]-The
cyclone yesterday afternoon about 4 o'ehx-k
dui great dam?Ko. It struck beans' mill, on
tb" Atlantic and Danville road, about eighteen
miles from Waverly, and blew down every
tliint,' in its track. Ibe mfll hOMB at Mr. J.
.1 I?,ans was levelled to the ground, as was
tho residence of a Mr. Hurt sad one belong?
ing to an old colored woman. Mr. Hurt was
badly hurt and the woman is thought to have
been seriously so. Tbs cyclone swept through
a path about three hundred yards wide, and
an eyewitness states that fence-rail1*, bales,
chain, 1 eddmg, and in fact nearly every
thing m the neighbor!.i was flying skyward
for boom minutes. A heavy rain-storm fol?
lowed the cyolone.
Schooner Pena Willing. Captain Lewis, from
New Bama, N. 0., bot ihington, I).
0., with a cargo of lumber, em rantered s
? gale from the northeaat on the 4th what
ntl i-i.i Kock in Pamlico sound, during which
she twisted off her rudd>-r-head. She arrived
here under tow.
I he i p Lamington, tying off
Lambert's Poinl was run into br an unknown
reseal aad badly si its io oo ins port bow,
Si.e is loaded with ona! taken on at I smbert's
Point, audis bound from New Vork to Aspin
Min rt i lb ai n i SIGH no int non.
Sailor Plowed T. M. C. A. Fnrnnipm?nt.
A Itirliiuoiid (oupto'a Narrow Karape.
. Va . duly t. [BpaeiaL] A white
sai'or was drowned off Cran-y Island last
night from the bark Grace Linwood by fall
i li" late Alexander Bunaldoe's funeral yes?
terday wai a moat imp sing one.
Ti e members of the 'i oung Men's Christian
I -Hiped at Hampton ara har*
int; a pleasant, as well an hu in dru live, time.
To-day Bet Dr. W. Y.. Evans, of this city, de
liverea a highly.polished anti moat elaborate
sddress, bis subject being "Heads and
Wings." To-morrow evening P.. T. Dadmun,
the Assistant state Secretary, will addi
members on "Reason why Young Hen
I tater tbe Association Work for Life."
Last night tbe young men were welcomed by
Mayors hardsonand A. B. Segor. Captain
T. C. Morton, of Bhendnn, reel
Lynchburg has the largest num' ?
two; Staunton follows with sixteen;
Vt est i bas twelve, Harrisonburg three;
so Noi lt I
\ ? Toa ox i Institute bagan at Hampton
last night. A large number of tea< hers were
irre?eut. The institute lasts one rn nth.
P. Vf. Phillipe, ls.j., lins been elected
mayor of Hampton.
Mrs. Hutzler, of Bichmond, full asleep on
the beach at Virginia Beach last night and
sued outs le distance by the
rising tide, t ni was fortunately rescued.
Chaplain J. J. hun,'hat Peen detached from
the I ranklin and given a veal's leave of ab
'1 be city ot Yt rtsmonth is with' ut a treasur?
er, consetiuentlj ths city employes could not
be paid off yesterday, and cannot be until
some one qualifies. JOB Hatton has been ap?
pointed and gare bond to tho State, which
nae been accepted, hut the bond to ths city
which will be furnished through S fidelty
i ? arrived aud all wi o hare
claims against the city will hare to wait until
the bond ''"mes and is accepted
The immense and costli caisson built here
for the Diamond Shoal light sras smashed t i
pieceeat Hatteras last mght during a terrible
storm, which awapt over the toaal 1
Bon was built bv Anderson, Oatt i Co., of
Now \ otk, contractors for tha erection of tba,
light, lt w.ts fifty feet in diameter. Three
cylinders protruding about six feet fr"m tho
water, where the caisson was destroyed, .
marked the i
Tress Bepr?eatatlres tn tbs Tatr.
Roaxokb, Va., July I A. Pugh,
president of the Virginia Press Association,
luis snnounced the follpwing appointments to
tbe \\ orld i Ja ? a to be held in
Pulaski, July i th Cai lain T. C. M< rton,
'??ns Vi l < ssterman, Richmond,
Va., Dispatch; A, 0. Sm.th. Bristol News.
li. Smith, Graham Headlight I
M. (Hannan, Norfolk Virginian JonnJ.l
Wayne ? W I Wardle, Bedford
I nb rpi ise J. C. ? e ! i d Belt; B.
K. Campbell, Bedford Indi i <
W. Wt Itz, Predericksbnrg 1 ree-Lanoe,
At the Aaaoelatl m.
\ In I meeting wes held in Um
. g Men's Christian A
Mr. P. McX. Ju Ikins
sting and m ids a rerj og amt
A mi sting of led t >
take placi ths ? tor I
slim attei dn<. ?? no
Nothing < an '?loy lt.
growth in pop dat ion. Hil
ment ci hal en ii i I that
i tbe nu
1 hicago'a destny
? . M.
i ,.n s, Milwaukee and ties a re ap?
parently -I;.' i. Chics
tup it" ii
ig >'s fut m
>ud of thi
Ci ntr.' . : li I., its ni
I r growi ' t
to burry nnd curry ont
form u iicagow.U beat
the ? p of tbe list of American oities w.thin a
f'hi: ira and Courier.]
Our'esteemed eontemp nary, t s Atlanta
D dabbling In the money
question for long and wean months. It is
ev; hm from w ut it bas said npoa theaub
at it tindeiatands the wavs of Br'ar
Rabbit far batter than it da t s seienoe of
ft (ms a habit of speaking of every
"ne xwho is not in favor of tba free ami unlim?
ited coinage of ligi.t-weight atlrer dol?
lars m a "gold hug.'' Edward Atkinson, one
most competent writers on economic
questions ui the country, has written a lotter
to the Constitution w edee aa fol?
lows "In making reply, please do rn,t use
hui li terms as 'gold bug' and the like, because
that aronld lead Judicious readers to rate the
ability of your editorial writers at a very low
Mandari!. Such a resort tn slang iu deaiuig
with a serious question would i?e apt to maka
? ak that you wanted to corer up an in?
capacity to reason st 111 about it." Ur. tt
kmaon should not treat the yoong men m this
way. 'Tuey mean well, but thej don t know.
Tor Over Fifty Tra rs
Mrs. Winslow! Soothing fiyrnp has been nsed
fer children teethins. It soothe! the child,
?ef tens the. gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and ia the test remsdj tor diarrhea*
Xwenii-uvs couti a bottle.
-Tue christi aa exdea ron.
Opening or ih^ Tenth International Conven?
tion ot the Young IVople's Boclsty.
UtSVrAASmtSt, Mimic. July 9.-T'romptly at
4 o'clock this afternoon the tenth interna?
tional convention of the Young People's Ho
cietv of Christian Endeavor waa called to or?
der in the big convention hall in thia citv.
Tba "-nventu ti is the largest ever held by tho
Carriage Lamps a Necessity.
[New Vol''. ' rertiser]
Except for ths se- timent ? f tl ?
to be run ovei
(ber. A hacKi..
not heavier than i. livery carriage, an I
of nays in a private equipage i au smash th.
life i ut o; a man quits bs readily uk thu nags
who stumble ahead ol a Stage. Whv then
. I ths trevi let nr' ' from
private ce riages wluloaprt' lade <>?
preventing ai identby public vebiciei
cause there are more of the I inner than of
tbe latter, and the peril maintai sd ia
than the danger j
As carnages increaee in number tbe danger
in the streets nowa greater! r pi
f,ir children and for tt;?- drivers of Other ve?
hicles And now a new element appears.
According to General Jourdan rubber tues,
heretofore confined to bicycles, are being
image wheels, and d ?>
upon the victim.
lt i- high time that tbs public take up this
aril and regulate it. There ii ns prei
ty for uniformity on tbe highways an
on tho (rater, where a standard system is
sgreed upon. Dazzling reflectors should be
prohibited, but ever', rehii li sr what
aid be r. mpelled under
Iienaltifs to carry a lamp of gnated
lind upon all wln-et* and roadway* within
r the pe plo, and tho peo?
ple mu ? ted.
The Spanish steamship "Hugo," J. A. Oar
tery master, 1,77 ; tone, i
? isa to 1 ''i I cotton tor
nirKOK'fl ho. i, h. n. c.. rm, am?
< timi I M SI N Cl Kl HAKE Pl BE. I I 1 t^
AM?i muk i -i :> < i MED luiiAt mv n;v
. li 1 M.
YOUR SMALL BOY
Kicked I.v a Mule,
little : bj .. I ? IkrW Ung,
Rhot hy a Toy Pistol,
Hun by a fl ise nail, or
Fall Down .stairs?
Old and Reliable Remedy
wilt make Pim aa
GOOD AS NEW.
At all Druggists. JJ ^$ pAfff
RI BOl i nus'- Ol RI -ri < i.
The Ktate Hank ia.I
IIP HMOSn. V*. /
OF THiH LANK the following
preamble sad rciulutions were unanimously
Whereas ia tbi providence of God, the hand
of tletth hat removed fruin om
highlr-r?epecte 1 an t i med friend
amt associi t<- Mr. I un I Iri
I ssolrsd Thal wh ls deeply rieplorii
lo?n wc esteem it onr I kb privilege lo bear
testimeny tohistrreat worth of chi
wss a man of ?trict integrity, of hiuh r
fulfilling bil dntiei to his God r.nd to his n< ah
Ileiolved. That we teudar to bis family onr
heartfelt cmdomnce in thii great bereave?
Resolved. That a copy of th??e resolutions be
sent to his family. WILLIAM kl HIPP.
hr stun Endeavor societies and ib pr'
convention hall Beats twelve thousand pe. lo
snd tbe acoustics ara perfect Ihoaudit nu. .
had been handsomely decorated for the > <? c -
fliop. Hags and bunting abounding everywhere.
Most. not:oeableof Sllwas the Christian lr
deavor motto. "For christ ami the Church,"
whi'-h bang directly over the stage. In ir i t
of tho speaker's Btand waa hung the sta s
mid stripes snd beside it the Prit:.-n
Hag, cre^'ng the delegates from tho I'nifed
StUes and Canada. < ?n either hand wer
potted plants and evergreen, and cut flowers.
The pooo seats for the chorus wera Hiuhtd up
baek ot the stage, and thu bi OOO ?enu tor the
audi^nco were located on the main floor and
the ono I lg gall. ry.
Tho convention was finally (maned by the
in,(Km delegates present joining in singing
"Ail Ha;i the Power ot de^us' Name." Kev
H u Qlsason, of Minneapolis, was chosen
oj, and after prayer bf Kev. Dr. Var
KanaeaCity,Frank B.Daniels, chair
I ' tho local committee ot 'Ul, stepped tor
? the Ant word of welcome. He ro
ferretl to the continued wide sw-ep ot tho
Endear r movement and to the rear guard of
a million hera represented by thootanda, in
glowing words hs li kened tiie Endearor move?
ment to the crusades ol old. "They fought
foriuieinptst.mb, lie cried; 'we fight for
u Si\\i ur s honor." Hw bade them "welcome
to this building, to our loved city, t-our
hornes and to our be .rt.*-."
Bt ?. Dr. French, of tie C<>ntonary Ifetho
dist Episcopal chun b, Minnsapolis, well omed
it in behalf of 160 Minneapolis pastors.
He said "Because Christian i n i<
for nil that is progressive ands
church work we mi-tan, it as p
sidse, we love it because it stands for ths I sst
federation of Christian efl. >rt, the world him
Addressee of welcome wera also delivered
by Bev. Dr. Bobert Christie, : I ? House of
flop,, Presbyterian church, St. Paul. amt.J. II.
Elliott, secretary of the local Voung lien's
An eloquent response was nada to those
welcomes br Ber. Oeorgs if. Wella, of
Montreal, whose i led with a -
invitation for the next i . to meetin
Ki i.treal, and as he annuli!, cd the invitation,
it eras seconded by t. e sn. nts and waving
handkerchiefs of the I - from their
seats in the gallery. 'I h;s doced the after?
Tbe evening leeaion a I at s p. M.,
the Ber. 0. lt. Tiffany presiding, fully twelve
th"ii"iin 1 delegates being in utt' n li
ral Secretary Beer read hie annual ra*
port, in which he said they bed reaohed i1 s
million mark. At Chicago in'8'.< wo ri
486,000 members; P-i-t vi ir. at SI I
von. but this rear wo nave reached the grand
total of 1,008.1)80. A - report aud
singing by Ira l>. Bankey, the celebrated
lent l'. E. ('lurk,
Dr. Otis Tiffany. 6f tbs liennepin
avenue Methodist Episcopal church, thou
address* I tl.ni enti d, tah og aa hu
ject. "We ara < Ins in Him.
rention adjourns I to content at j o clock to
r*wr ra roc ai-isaa-rr.
FISCAL TKAB ENDIHO THR mer DAT OF DBrTMnwi
H"?J'Kt*fL"*lViZ.rt,it'*V'"r' w-f^'w-I seder tbs "
? lo th-Anditor of Pnblie Aocounti f..r tlie < "uiujod*..,
-J .ne-. ,--.*- ,tmt- m.. ..I? .V.._. . ?*?? ^? W f e*. ,.
ANNUAL HTATKMENT FOR THE
VWQ, of the aotual.condition of lbs
of the Kingdom erf Great Britain, made L. , ,,.
of Virginia, pursuant to oeotioaa uflO and iSrU, dode IW7. regulating tho reports of in i ar in- -? , ,.',r.
Name of oompany la full?Quasi* lasoaaaoa OoarM-v.
iC-me or principal office of said ?;mpa,ujr ia the Untied 8let-?e-eo Wau. HvaasT. Nsw Tone Om.
Character of the company, whether are. fife aad manns, or marine thsuraaoa company?Fus.
Manager J muna A. MACDomam.
Organised and incoriwra-ied-USflS.
Commenced murnea* in tbe Cm ted States?PIE
Name of theOeneral Agent lu Virginia J. H M'-sta irr..
iUsideuoe of the Oeneral Agent io virginia? Iticaaoan. va.
J. ll. kloaaia, Manager Central sud Bouttiera Department, general office* in Louisville, Ry,
The amonnt of sabecribed eapltal alook of such corporation.g tfrorri'm
Tho amount of iaid capital stock paid up m cash. S.-UMTI
Tho emnetn ot told company, and a dotailod statement of how anet tn what tha same ara
Value of real estate owned by the company. R.000 (a
Account of stocks, bonels aud treasury notes of the United Stales, and of this Stat*
an I e>ihor r*raies, ami al?o of Nt'jck* and bonds of incorpeiraled cities tu tii;* btaie.
and of all oilier stock* sud bouda, owned abioluteix by the company:
Par Value. Market Value.
Uniteil States, 1907, 4 per cent, bonds.I 2CV-C0 00 $?i.W5 oo
New l ork. Lackawanna and Western tirst mortgage e per
cent, railroad l.-ui U 100.000 00 130,000 OS
New ittrk. Lackawanna and Western second mortgage 5per
cern, railroad bond*. . JOOROO 00 107,300 00
Chicago and ..outhweatern Anet mortgage 7 per cent, rail?
road i...nils . ROOOOO l.' *
North vViseonun lirat nmrtgage 6 pe r cent, railroael bondi.. 30,000 00 P\SSA OS
Chicago. Burlington and (Juiucy tirst mortgage 7 per cent.
railroad noni*. 85,000 00 31.125 00
Chicago, burlington ami Quincy Iowa liivision Snaking
I'uiitll u<.-r cont, railroad hein.U. 1WM0 00 13.S00 00
Chicago, Hook Island and Pacific tint mortgage tl per eeut.
railroael bonds. 5.000 00 8.3)0 00
Chicano, Hock leland and Pacific first mortgages ,yer cent.
railroad bonds .- 30,000 00 ?.400 00
Fremont. Llkhorn and iliwoun first mortgage 0 per cent.
nahroad bonda. 10.000 00 12.100 00
Cbioago. Milwaukee and St. Caul Lu.m-i.uo Li vision* Aral
morigago ii ter .*. nt rajr'-a 1 Lou.ls.?...... - , 10,000 00 ll.TO 00
Chicago. Milwaukee ant St. lani Chicago ami lao. W. Liv.)
first mortgage 5 per ccut. railroad honda. 18.000 00 lv.0"*O '0
Chicago. Milwaukee anel Ht. Caul A is. and Minn. Liv./ tiral
mortgage 5 per cent, railroad ' on d . .*>..,OOO 00 3.:,*93 OS
Chicago. Mn wauk co m.-1 M. lam (Chicago and Mo. Liv.)
Urit mortgage 5 per .'enc railroael bends. 30,000 00 19,2m 00
Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul Hatti tig* and Lakota
Div I fi rai raorfv-si:*- 7 per cent, railroad bondi.. 16,000 00 IMi) 00
Chicago and Northwestern Milking Fund J per cent, rail*
roeadbonds, . W.ooo oo tn:
Baltimore an I Ohio Leian 1-886. 5 i-.-r ,-ont. railroad bomls... lu.000 00 lu.ioO 00
I'suiH ? .? sina Company gemrral mortgage-4,*,per cent, rail?
road bonels. 30,00000 M.r/OOOO
Morris ami F.-hc-i first consolidated mortgago 7 per cent.
.i.i bonds. lio.ocnoo |(_MHO0l
Michigan Central first mortgage J per cent, railroad bonds . 'A'jMO 00 m\7Bi o0
klu*h.k.mi Central tirst consolidated mortgage 0 per cent.
railroad bonds. . cooo oo PfMBtB
Watt -here first Mort nags 4 per ceat. railroad bonds. . . Iuuxju uo o 00
Ceuira. railroad of New Jersey general Be r'gago 3 per cerut
railroad bondi -SJ.ooo 00 87.4JU 00
Lake.Shore and ll ichigan Southern second mortgage) 7 per
c-nt railroad bond . ao.ooo <o tum (+9
Northern l-e.ik first land grant a per cent- railroad bonds. 4s.ou> on BMS9 0I
C-jmada tk>utbern n>st mortgage s per cent railroad hoads*. *i>,i*jo <o PASt *i
Chiciiget.: St. Paul, Minneapolis nnd omaha, conaoli lated
mortgage 8 percent, railroad bondi t5,uoo oo af.937 80
Albany ami Snequehanna first mor'gagu a pat cent, railroad
bonds . . 25.000 00 89,2:2 50
Detroit, ami Bay City first mortgage 8 per cent, railroad
I "als . 20.000 00 26,116 84
Louiivillo and Nashville first m-jrtgnge 7 per cent, raid*.
bonis . .... 15,000 00 18,900 00
Eun-imi aud In liatiapo'.is first mortgige 4 per cent, rail
road bonds. . g*MXX>00 r.'**.V) no
New York Cit Water Stock -i per cent bonela. tooloo
New Yorke (ed Lock 3 per cent bonds. loo.ooo oo itw.ono ot
Conaoli'ltt'-'d Ua? Company of New iork j per cent, deb'r
bondi . 30.000 oo fi "no no
Farmers Lobb end Trust Company Stock . io.oou oo >ioo
Allegheny Valley railroad lirsi mortgage? per cont, railroad
i--nil. . an.ivxxio ^.om oo
Lu,- tl e aecemd mortgage T per -coal railr-a-l berads, ... IIWOOOOO ll ? *j
i n L i per ceat. railroad bond* ..... 23.000 oo ai...
o-;-i K-luii'Dient Trust 6 per cent, railroad
bondi. 10,00000 10,00000
i ewaukee and St. Lani conaolidated mortgage 7
eut. railroad I ul- . 2.*.,ooo 00 00 00
Total par and markot values camod out a! market value....|1,8Vj,0*)0 0) lnou:: >*' l.W4.4l*i *-i
Cash in tbe com pan v's princiral offices.,...'..7..'.'. v...t
iu iy in Commercial E age Kal * -
? u; Carmen l.onu and Trust ( oiupaiiv. N
Bank of Commerce. Louiaville, Ky.. SS6H.SI; in hamts of Trainees, |ii6,ajoutj; 111
lumbla, rftiu I'rsm 1-co.
\., trVi.OftJ'K; JWnk ut Jlrtti-eU
l-v,..*r7.!ej; Firat National Lank. 1 I icago. ill., li.
bundi of H^ttute in courae of transmission, llM.toi.S4. Total
Gio**, t-reui.inns in co ur sew of eolleotion not moro than three months duo
aggregate amount of ail tho ajiseti of the company, stated nt their actaal value |S,*.
The lindi ird-* of .ni I company:
c ' adjusted .and unpaid losses due snd to bec-ms dne.s sr.*'9 os
Qro-M losses in preicen eif adlnatment. or la saspense, inclnding all re?
ported and anpposed ieaaea. ... 3n,**j*n ni
Louses reniiioil, iocludiog interest, oosts sad other expenses thereon.
Total gro-e* etmounl of ed Rim* for lossei. . i_j,*-6 ia
Ledu'jt rojusuranc-j thi-n-ju . 14,471 ut
Net amount of umtali logse^.$ 136 JJ! r%
Grr*sn; rerainmi reoeivs ! and receivable npon all ono xi ired fire risk 1 run
Biag "in rea . rr..m -ians ol policy, indndiug 1ntore.1t jeremiumi
rpetasi fire risks. n.-ri'.i.'Vew ? ,....% aoo^soi 27
Gr ost premiums received and receivable upon ali unexpired fro risks run
aiag move khan one year from date of policy. ate8W.U4.yt; unearned pre*
mioma, pro rata. . ins.m 48
Te ital unearned premiums as computeei al>oye.-.. 1,301.100 Tt
?i*afts not presented for 1 arman! at dose ol year.t a?j? sd
in ri ?'int . 5,00; i?j
Commiisions to become duo. &.NC 85
Total. 11.7-3 sr
Total amount of all liabilities, except capital Ktcx*k and net eurplai.I .
JV. I NCO MK.
The income of said oorspany during tho preceding twelve months, and from what
Groes preraiume received In cash without any deduction.f l.wa.rso 24
o-ros* easb reeeipta for prsmiams.$ i,wi.rs9 24
Leetu.t e,ul? reinsurance, rebate, abatement and returned promlumi.. - -: M
Net. rash actually rued red for premiums. I IX*.**** 34
Receive*iif.i; interest sad dividends oa Btooks and booda, collateral loans. au-J frum
all other sources ... . <v
lue*-; .tallothers ,rente$1,7 * .?- Total .
Aggregate amonnt of income sctnaily ri 1 og ths year.
V ld. EMI ITUREa
Tho eipentMtares of sr.td company, giving a nt of the same:
Groaa amount actaally paid for Iossoh, Incladinf sis*". e ? <
curr; ari I Sj*. *.*77 ',3
for re . 52,-t'v; 28
1 duimg the year for lonies. I
rai 1 for commisaions or ni
- fees, and ail other chargoaof on rks, agents ami d
1 ..ttlonal an>; 1 in thia Slid other Slat.*
All other pi rowed ? ?? ? and ^?u, \.
1 .. . naei.
Aggregate aniuii-it of sctuid expouditares during tho year. SI.404.1 j
JAM).4 A. MACLONALL. Msnoger.
kTaorKetwToaa, 1\ ...
TtTV .**TI, '
Heit- : Janaary, 1891,attho etty af - fore me. 1
Tal ? : . .
aathorlty and lawaof the-Htatoof Now York,tota < | .,
I- Ma 1
ng and, who. he I say* that ha
k my. and that the foregoing ia a tn \
?cf thc actual condition of ia q tbe laat I
ition, knowle ige anil <
I In teatimony whereof, 1 ha it m> hand and alhxM the ,*oai f my of"too,
Beal - on the twenty-eecoud day of January, :*i* "di.
w) Notary l*i rk county.
SVSO^-TAGUE $t CO., Agents,
Corner Tenth and Main Streets.
FOR A GOOD, COOL SMOKE USE
MAYO'S CUT PLUG.
DOCS NOT BITE THE TONGUE
P.H, MAYO k BRO.,
TffiTTETT * BJIEPP1 .
JOH PPJNT1NO A BI'ECIALTY.
TENTH AND MAIN B*m\mmm%
WliMl) \M> HUI.
RICHMOND ICE CCHPMT'S
COAL AND WOOD.
Anthracite?All sises, ter ton, sw. Mini -
Lump, i - r ton. t '??'''. Hafl. ? ?>. lue Creek Sew
K Poeah miss, steam.
per ton, I Broken, Eggaadbtarat
pei ton. gi: ? ion,ga.m
lone Otk, j er ord. RA', ' Wi Pine, PT cord,
\w. i Pine,
Referring te t auld tay
that lhere prices ?re at low a* th-^eof
reliebls dealer, and we feel narri
th*t wo can guarsntes trst-class co\i ?nd
l\ and proi ' ? v ntUn ta.
Oar Anthracite < nelie kepi is our ,?rg? rlmra.
tor. aad is dry. i> ire and ll i
. ? i'll ling ? . ?.. ir
uni en i wiMJl i li kept tlrr. ,?r.l i
p'ioh -.t lo our Irivvrs
or solicitor*, will mint ?tten"
HU HMOND left COMPANY.
DAVEXPORT A MORRIB ARE JUST RE
- EIVIVO their lecond imporutioa of
OPtEN CHOr.UARUEN-QRONSN OOLoNQ