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?F TBB DISPATCH COMPANY. Th? DAILY DISfATCO _ Oellvertl ?0 ontv perlbtr? at nrroBM cawra p?r w?*t. payaOl* to U*?-?arTi*v w**tly. Maii*>i ot t* r*' annum. fSforaU ntont-t; $1.50 lor ihr** mo??* -O* (?r on* moat? lit? SEMI? WIIKLT DISPATCB ot $1 por no? S?_, or ti for ?li moots.*. Tko WSIKI.Y DIBPOTCH nt$l r*r nnoet?. Tito SUNDAY DISPATCU ?I fl.M p*r annttnt OT Too. for ?IB montO*. Rut?CTlpfkmt la ?II <*??? r?*yat?l? In ?dv*n~? 0-4 oo pop?r oonttnued oft*r to* ?iplratlon ol 0*0 ton* paid for. Bond pott-offlc* rnoo?y*ordar. .??*.??,,or r*gUt*r?4 )*iw>r. ( ?rr?*ivy s**t by Bnall will b* nt th? risx of tb* ???lit?!. Bnbacrt b?v? wishing tb?lr i-? *??>. tr.r* rhtaged raw?! glva Ifcotr old n* ?roll n* il- ir new po*?-?fDr-a, ?*?? fU c*pi** fro?, ______ ?? -VIMI-SM Mm ?ait i vu o? t r- ?. I?*?*.S so Itlrn*?.? 1 00 lUnst.S 1 40 ttiH**.? * n a it??*?.$ ? is I monta.$ ? *0 f monta?. .m 00 RooOlng notice* In roadtng-matter typ*, Qv* If?to or l*ta, tl ; I? nonpar?)! leaded, 7t*x Cord of rntM tor mor? ?pac? turaUtied on ap pUoatUn. _ AU totter* and Ulagram* m mi b* ai?re*?*4 to tBlDISPATCH COUPANT. RojMtod oommualcatlon* will not be r*tarn*?! As Wo Appear to Other.-?. It is amusing t<> read some ?if Ike article? Which appeared in tlie Canada paper? ju-t Wore th? election* h.-l'l there this week. The following extra?, t will ?uiBee to let our people know what a monster of o covern tnerit wo posse?? in this country and wbot miserable specimen? of humanity tiny taunt l?e who are content tu dwell in tucb ?country. The Toronto Em)nrc ?aid on elect ion-day : " In the eye? of ever* on" unrestricted ?feciprocity must have os its inevitable ond ?lrea?l coneeqiieiic?. ond end onnoxotion to be Doited Stat.?s. 'I list awfiil daatiOT, in Wolring the niin of our ci?iunicrci?l and ??ferial welfare, a? well at our political ond social existonre, and dissolving ?very lie of kiudr<?d ami ofJection that bind? us to our mother nation, now faces tho elec torote of the Dominion. Link by link the chain of evidence Bffl?aai th? gre.it leaders hat MSB proved, and imw the tru tors who Would betray their country t<> on alien nation in the yam hope <?f gaining power. Which they oro eo incapable of bold]?g in thfcir*w*y, stand tremblingly waiting to hear the ww??o['iiii; condemnation that it is the duty of every loyal citison to p.i?s Upon them." "unrestricted ISBiyeoOity ?* with the United State? was advocated by the libe? rals. It was opi>o*ed by IhoOo-MrTSilTee, who hod the Govern?leitt si their buck. The roeult was a Pyhhrie rieten*] for the Goyarument. Onemoresuch victory sod the Conservatives will be undone. The fCmjnrt i? right whm it. ?avs tl at unro r-tricted recinrocity means an m ?cation to the Dnited Htotev. i?r 1 wo own thot we had not expected tli<- Liben..? to show the Strength which they did. It could hardly bo 000?Idorsd extrava? gant language if one wer?? lo ?av thot the people of Canada will bo ready f? r annexa? tion to the DBiiod Strttes before the people of the United BtotOS will be ready to an? nex CaDud.?. Por OST part, we would not like to ?ee tho Doited siut?* rendered top. heavy by the odditioa ol Canada toour Slreody extended domain. Ta?ada is a |_rg? oo-BUlry shoal as largo territorially as the Tiiit? 1 States, or 3,200, tXK), os against 3.?)0,000 square miles. Mpssksr H? od's Rule?. In hi? littio Bgeoch preeedi?g his do el?rotion that the r*ifty._rel Oongrees bud npired bf MSB. tutioiuil limiti>(ion, Mr. speaker Hkeo took occasion to refer in?li rectly t<? the new nil? s which the Republi? can member." lad adopted for the govern? ment of tho ?STiifiSIlllSp ol the House of Representatives. It was to these rulei he Slludedwti.n bedeelared that t .v> House of Kepreaentatives utauit to come toon end h??l do vised a method of doing the Work which they wen? w nt to Washington todo. Ho also el]tided to tho?-.-une rules when ho ?pole of legi '.' n.-mt' iuterest of the people's rights that is tOOSJ, ??f the Kepubliean party as repTOMBtod in the South by tbO_OfTO populatiOO. Tho rules of which Mr. Baso t' us boast? ed, or pretende?! t?; be proud, havi? not the force of law. It b;.s been decided attain ond again that when n new Home of Be? pr??sentatiye? assembh s it has no rules f. .r its government ex. i pi | if eves this __j I a oxce(ited) the general piirl.air.ein.iry luw; for tho Constitution ol th.? Doited States confer? upon each hoDSSOf Co?fTOOSthe power to make i'.s owu rules. The la-t Ilouse of Buy*SOi :?! ?t.v. i i,;? i wi'hout any codo of nil ? for l iilfiti?| it.- proceed? ing?. Avoiling themsclvis of this condition ? t things, the BepobUoaa momlurs mode rules to suit thenisi 1res -SSMagst others, the famous ?me under which Sp. .it B?0 poaoed eoiuany bills by counting a quorum os present when no quorum bad voted. ?lo i? ehatged witb having eos?ted aa present members w ho wer?? not ( -. n in tho body of the hull; ?ad v?e BOppOO there I-: no reason lo doubt -what is charged Sgalnst him? tba' be deputed Li?, power tr> make op a quorum by counting to one of the clerks who ?-at near bim. Will the DeSMSrota of the next House of Itepreoentatirt's, who will have a very large majority in that body, continue in force Mr. Itian'? rubs? We have sometimes thougiit that it wo? not in human nature for them to omit to avail tliemselruo of tho power Which their opponents used eo rolcntlea-ly in the House of lleproseutatiToo which bos Just passed into hiatorr. "Powir ioOTor stealing from the manv to the few." The people allow their servant? to engage in the work of strengthening the hands of the thieves. Indeed, tlu? people sometimes de Sire their representatives to go further in the work Of retaliation than thess latter oro dispoaed to ?go. " BstSBflS is sweet" to the m?~es, and the reprosentotircs of tho m asset are ?ometinies not ?.low tu go to the full length of their tether when th?-v And convenient and plausible opportuni? ties. Bo we counot foretell whether tho Demo Orats of tho nut House of Representatives ?Will couse the new rules to plague their in? ventora or oot, though we hare expected them to do oo. If they had contt- 1 of both Borises and there ?l? a l>emocrtt in the offloeof l'r?-sident of the TJuited.Ktutes.tlie (temptation to continu? the l.r.r ? rule? in fore? wonld bo well-uish irTtseiitihle. But With the Senate and the presidency both, in Bopoblioan hand?, the Democrats will not hove reasons so ?.?ood for r-tahating ?poo the Hepub.leans by continuing those roleo in fore; for no measure objectionable to tho body of the Kepubli Sons in the House of RopreHontativeocould po_ilbly get through the Senat? et secure th? approval of the Preaidentof the Unit-ed Bute?. To adopt such rules, therefore, ?nder the circumstance? under which the boxt House of Repr?sentative? will meet Would b? for the Democratic me tobera to Sell themtwlvoo for naught, bo to ?peak. There are, however, argument? on both Oideo of the question. Counting non wotlng member? who are known Is be pre?. Ont in order to make up s quorum is not o Sow thing under tho sun. The nambere of the < .?.rutan university ?indent? during tho winter oemeater, 1890 lo INI. are: Berlin. 6,527; Leipzig, 9.46e; Ifaenchen, S.ts*.: Wuerzburg, 1.M4; Tue* btegeo, 1.2S0; BresUu. 1.946; Bonn. 1.-19 ; Erlangen. 1.0M, Heidelberg, 970; Btrass burg. W7; Freibnrg, ?31 ? Uoettingen, 880 ; Moi burg, 8U; Oreibwald, 773; Koeoigs. berg, ?ttt Jena, ?10; Gieooen, M9; Kiel, 4Nt Muenoter, 885; Rootock. 871. Tho Whole number of student- at tho (ler_.au ?-Irereiiioe thU winter io 38,711. Ths Mi eurplut in tboDnit^ Btsieo Treeeory ot the elooo of boainooo Wodseo? dor wee leee than ??^oo.wo. u VM t?_ Asood within the .reek by pension r?qa_i. ?isssfor ths na?t quart?r*-moro than $?,. 6A.TCRD?Y.MARCH 7. 1?S91. ?too.tino having been paid out on this ac? count The drain on the Tressury from this ?euro? will now ceaec for throe montha, and the ?urplua u expected by the Washington Poet " to gradually crawl up attain to fig un ? approxiitialiui* $.-15,000,000.'' Qeorj**ia'e Incraase? The population of Georgia in 1S70 wbb 1.1M.1M; in IMfl, 1.M2.1H0, sn.l in IflSO, I.eVfl.SIS-an increase of 2'?5,1.VI during the ten year? last pa?t. The following are tbo figures hy rare? : Wi.it?? (i?-??.97.*,?M While? (18H0).S1B.B0? Iocr??t?e.*lf??,!?? l'er emit of Increase. 19 Colorai (1-V0).???,By'l * olorad OtBU). 7S5.X74 increase.13*1,6:7 l'errant, of Increase. 19 It will be observed that the MfJVMB of 0eeffj*al ?how a vastly larger ratio of in? ore??? than those of Virginia or North ("anilina. Ittally It seems that thi? Stale has loat more of its ne^ro populittion th?n any other, and the reason most be that we aro so near the North and so easily reacbe'l by ?;???:..lu?ut and rail lines that, a greater draft is madotipon u? than upon any other State for negro waiter?, laborer?, and hou?e-8ervants to uo to the Middle, New I.i.::Uii'l. and western State?, and the fact i? now, if npT.-r before, pretty well estnb Iisli. ?1 tliat tho creat maiority of those v?'h? thus remove from Virginia bocotne perma? nent alsenlee??. The following article on "the drift of the colored population" is from the Haiti more 8nn, which ?cetns to have given study to this subject, thonch it fail? to note that between issostid WO the negroes of Vir? ginia only increased \hi per cent, and those of North Carolina only 7 per cent. : Th? l??t c#f>?m, If w? ???'inre It to h?ve be*n ? oniii'lij take?, indicate? two into?-?. II- flr?t ts ? largo migration of the colore?! population from tbe Stale ??at of th? Minslsalppl to tin Htata? ?ouibwe?t of ttie slltei??:t'l?'? The B?xt I? itiat lb? colored population de?-re???d In num bora betwean I**1 and ?HO a? ci>.np?red wltii th? ennrner?tliD of tbetn between 1S70 sod lsci). 1 ha i '-tT-nt?g?s of lo.roia?? of wtlto ?cd col? ored people batweeo I"?'1 nn1 l6." in the ?even Htat.a tabulated below present ?onie ?iriklog figure?: 1-KBCENTAOE Or INCBFASE. lHSf)?1890. ?Vliltes. Colorad. A!?b?m?. Ml IAS Arid????. 88.1 47.? Florida. .... Ml ?'? Ixiulslana.M.? 111 houth Carniiaa. Bl.fl a.?i Tenneuee. 17.0 7.7 West Virgin.?. ..... 10 Average. I '? IM A comparison uf tho per eritng ?*? "f tno Pre vlou?dec?d? ?ti??w? tnat tne .:.ereeea of white? lu the?? Malea *?? about I? pi-r.en?., and "f colored ?tmut is p^r .ri'Dt- Hither the aaa 0?B Bl or tb?. other wa?. Inrperfnctly tak?'ti, or the or<?er of Increa?.? ti?tue>.n the tworao? ha? r>--??o re? ?avaed, IBs colored Increase betwe.iu I?:1! ?(id MM OtUmt in trt?sea <f the wnite Incre???. wl,er?u since then th? avera?e white In.-roa??? bas been nearly doubl? that of th-? colored. A part of thi? dlfT. renco wrll probably b? mad?) ap when additional report? from th? Od?u? Bureau ?re paMtaB? I. Horn'? person? who lino be.-n reviewing the??? ?ta'.Utic? have an idea that many of the ralsslug colored peo? ple will be found aecounte 1 for la the cenan? of the population at the Northwojt. This tI?-w I? pr?di.-?t? I apoa th?) r.-.ov?rn?.ii toward kansa-, but migration fivra the BoatB to Kaneaa wa-t checked year? ?t-i>. There wat a c.ti.ldorati'o nitgratlon of colored people frira tho counti?? bordering on tbe Mi?*l??l;?p! to Oklahoma when that Territory was .pt-ti'd to ??ttleuient, and their leader? b?l the ctirlju? idea tba: th'? ??? 1 Otot i.'oi.le would wove there In ?undent num? ber? to tonn the aatlBna of a blak State. These exportation? wero wofully disappoint? ed, for the white? ?p??dlly became the dominating political for.?, and rather re? garded th? c,?lured ?eltler? a? Intruder* than welcomed them a?. frl-nK Hut Arkan- | ros seem? ?? have obtaint-1 t!,o< bulk of the coi- i ?red acceselon?, tho aterago percentage of In ci. ??? it?, re t'Olug 4T.7, agtinit a white lu-roase of M?t? Mettle eetaes next, but notwtth-tand Ing the lar?.'e i-ul ?re 1 lo-rea?? of U.I tt was over? topped by tho wtilt"?, with ?n increaae of M.* The border Stat??? of Virginia, Maryland, and Kentucky have not in any way been affected by th.? colore t movement to Southweat, which ?eetua to hav? bean ?-onflued to tho tr?ate? of the lower Mi??i??lp|>l?the total colored popu? lation of Arkansas tccreaalnc between 18s) and 18.-0 frees 110,8*1 to ttlfttt. There 1? on? BSOttaa ea?t of tho Mltslttlppi ?rhero white men find It diftl.-ult to lire, hut into which Hie col.ir.'l peep!? ?re crowdlug. Id the flvo counlldsof the Ybzto Valley there wa? but an lucre???? of M while? ?tiring th? last dci-ade, whlie the color?>d populailou !ucrea?ed ifj.s.l?. I he temptation tu cr >?? the rlvor into Arsausas kept down the colored Increase lu Houlhern 'J >.'i:).>??t.e to but little over 7 per cent, an l c msWerllll ti," Inr^e ???)! ?red population In South Carolin? Osare t? nj way of ??-ountlng for the ?mail pennntase of lr?cr?a,a, which re ?rt<t. r? but 5 per cent, agn'.n-t 11 percent, of white Increase, excep? by a very consldoraiile ???...I i* to Arkau'a?, Westoru I.oiiilaua, an 1 IN taa Cleveland and tho Debt It seem? from what is known of h re? cent intervi? w between Mr. CbBVBb?BB an?! Mr. llovxLL that Mr. GuWBLaBS di?l not (?roffst to know nnythinj; about tho Virniiit* debt, and did not declare that he ! ad any pr?tent ambition to learn. I !io truth i-? that tho coinuiittco-t thai have nnduroiken the settlement are malun?,? headway but ?lowly. It is excedinclv iliil'icnlt f t them to piocure the assent of nil tho Hritinh bondholder?. Mr. GuVB i.Axn of course knows thiB. ai".l evidently i? not burdening hi? brain with a study of the ('ueation in advance. Ile would have to havo truly an enor? mous mental receptacle to hold all the fact? and ligure? on the debt and free coinage (piefltions at the same time. Hut no doubt he will inform himself as t.. the former before ho and his brother comniit teeiueu are called upon to act. Help on the Hennco Work? The good work goes on in llonrico and there is every prospect ?hat at tho election tho victory will be won by the Democrats. H'liruo ? too near the (?reiit Democratic, stronghold of liichmoncl to be allowed to continue in Republican bunds. She can aud must be resctiod. If Juokson Ward negroes are kept out of lleurieo on election-d?y the victory will be ours. Now hero is some work for Kieb mond Democrats to do. Avi'itntT??> THE ?hlOSO.Be??IB?S<? .Vi.nA rillr, ?larch 6.--N??ar Clove-land, Tenn , the work of a prehistoric race has been dis? covered in the ahapo ot a wall imw under _round. It i? five feet Inch Bod lias been traced 100 yards. The top ?ton??? have on ' their inside faces inscriptions in hiero? glyphic chorneters wh?? h evidently have a meonins BO DO translated. The rock i? of sandstone mixed with iron. The mason work i? well don? and the wall evidently I antedates the mound-builders. Wonder if this isn't auch a vv.ill naltire'? work?as was found in Soiithsiil? Vir* ginia some year? ago, and was long tho subject of learned contention ? Mr. I'tuTKu HtBinaoN wanti to be mayoi of Chicago aiiain, and tell? marly every? body with whom he converses that if bo should be nominated there wouldn't be power enough on earth or anywhere else to proveut bis election. The Chicago UtraUl say? that "Caeteb" is all right, ex? cept that he is given to " blowvuttion." The Boston Ihral? observes that " the old-fa.?hmn.id New England winter that we have lately been accustomed to bear about is no longer a reminiscence. It has become a blustering and boisterous reality. It is spring only in the almanacs." lo it spring in the almanacs ? The Atlanta Constitution has inaugurated o movement for the collection of $1.000 for tho parchase cf a suitable testimonial for presentation to the cruiser Atlanta, which will be in Peueacola harbor next week. __ A??ericuB, Qoorgia, has employed an ac ! oouotant of renown to investigate tho whole aubject of the city's revenues and disbursemenU._ The poll-tax es a prerequisite to Voting is doomed to be repealed in ?U-uaohuett?. A New York firm baa applie-r. to th? Trea * aury Deportment for relief from payment of additional duty on two kegs'of apple- I butter sent to them a? a Christmas present, ! The srtieles wen? entered at a nominal value, and the appraisers added the value ; of the kegs. Tho department denied the ! application on the ??found that tho add!? j tional duty was demanded by law. The Tobacco Journal, D. E. Gbatum. pro priator. i? the name of a new weakly which has just made its sppearance at Dan? ville, Va. It is to lie devoted to tbo intereat? of the tobaeco-growcr, warehonse-msn, lcaf-deal or. manufacturer, ?jobber, and retail dealer. _ A recent census mak? the population of Cuba 1.B2I.6S4, inclndin?.: 4M.9H0colored , people. Ha-rfaaaaeaMMW inhabitants. A copy of the Guttenburg BfUfl was sold at new York day before yesterday for 114.80. _______ Another t>?uli of Free Coinage. Her?'? the latest?Blowvlatlon? When y ?u wl?h to bo.ro, you know, Self or city, town or nation, L'?e tt freely?It's '? a g?a" THE "NEWPORT NEWS SUN." The Crowning* Kajatone In the Arch of Arrangewnnt? for the Yonngtter. tfy Anglo-Araerl.an cable to the Dispatch.] I Correspondenco of tho Itlchmond lllspatch.1 NrwposT bTbwb, Va., March 5.?At an ; enlhiiaaaitlemncitiiii linin bet night par tie? m niteraet put the crowning key? stone in the arch of arrangements for the " unveiling " of onr prospective newspa? per. It wilfbeknowntof'imefts the Newport New? Sun and will bo manm-d by the Sun Publishing ('ompiinv. with Messrs. Ilrad ford ami 'I aft. now of the N-rfolk Atlantic \ Journal, as editors. The officer? of th" comjiany are: President. Colonel C. M. Braxton ; Viee-Praetdeot. L P. St.-?me? ; S-rrctaiy. .lohn L l.tvegev; Treasurer, Walter A. Yost, 'I l.? se gei Uemen, together with W. J. Nelexta. Tbaodore U?remjr, and D. S. Jones, const itut.-thr-initial directory. AM' ItlCITT rot? ARK. As soon ns a ohurt? r < M 1 ?? ??>enred the paper will be tseaeo. It i* t?> be inaugn rate?! as n con.-<''i rative Demoeratie weealv but i? expected aooa to bloom Lato h t?r.?s peroas daily. Prom tbe atari it will bo run upon th.' principio nnnnciateil by James Parton: " in?? whole art and mys? tery of editing is to be right," A COMPROMISING PREDICAMENT. Some l'roniliient I ilium unit Young Mio.id? of ?N'orf.ill? In a Il-tnr.--II.iu?..'. [Syoclal trlor-ram to the? Dispatch.) Noiifiii.k, V*., March 6.?In to-morrow's Pol eeCourt a nntnh r < f . ur prominent citlx. nsanda nnml er of well-known yoaag men will I?? pi ic??l in a eomwotnising pre dii ament by tbe i r< a 1 hand "f law eott r. imr their last night's condact la a dance? the ezata wnx n ihibi. Th- participante, Inclndinf the cris present on the occasion, will be arraigned in th?- .'?nirt ? : i .rmw. Captain it. If, l^ntton, a well-known eiti sen, ili?-?l in Brambleton last nicht. MRS. JACOB THOMPSON'S WILL. Her Various net?ti<-ati?The Estate V/tltietl at tn.oea.aaej, IIbbTBTS, Tivv., Mardi 0.-The will of Mr-.. Catb rii ?? A. Xh >nuon, wife of tbe late Jacob Thompson, rieeretary of the Ti.'i'iirv nader President Bncbaaaa. has been admitted to probate, The bulk of the eetate goee to her granddaughter, Mr-?. Kirkinriti. To ilr?, Montgomery, another granddaughter, Known t.. th.- r-tn^e km "Hay Donglass,*1 is beoaeetbed a half inter ll la i? hotel at Oxford, Miss., and aboul |5o,000 worth of jewelry and plate, ami ?r'm.iriin is sel a- de t.. be inveeted for her benefit, The estate is Tabled at $1.000,000._ _ l.lttll-, tritt-. I!, ?ton Courier. The foot on which rny Mabel fair lursue? Bar bai'r.y way Is but a v?ry tin. foot, I'm very ?ur? you'll ?ay. But. notwithstan ling this, I vow Not al h? m n in t?,wu Coul 1 mate it tmdge a ?ingle inch When once ?he put? tt down. THE BEST protection against sudden changes in the weather is to purify the blood with AVER'S Sarsaparilla It vitalizes and enriches the life-current, and makes the weak strong. Has Cured! Others will cure you. fo ?U-SalStfr .AI AMlNI-.MKNTS. OZART ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Tl f'sDAY. H_MB 10. IBM, Tiiiri ? ooeen Of the l'lni.iiAtiM.iMc orchestra. .I.B.SHAW, Cou In?HOT, BOO?ted ??r Mitt Ma? li) KDaTC A, Suinano: Bif?M MA1SA, Il.irl ?i?. . and otiixr ?tointat tai.'iii. Boa ?heel opea to tiils-rititrt Tlll'KSDAY, March 5:h. and so IS? R-nrral public MONDAY, MonS MS. Price? ot axltnlstloii at follona; Lower floor, 75 ?tin I ceul? ?ddltional for r?j?ervi?.l ??at?; first two row* ?irestcr, I-, W?fa roaorv? 1 ????.'??, fi : grti?? ral ailm.*t?l<->n t'< dr??? circle. iO csul-i, Ilo*-sh?*t at W?it??r D. _o*e? A to.'a_mn 7-3t_ MOZART ACADEMY OP HUMO. ?BBSS "? I'ttolR, M .ti???r. THURSDAY. KKI11AV, I M.Rn, m U an,, ,, and SATi.KDA?. . MAI" " '" ' '' ,na "' (iKANU B-fUSD-Y MATINEE. America? (irtttrtt lang lag Succ?tt, "A BRASS MONKEY," BY CHARLYS II. H.iTT. Nevar perform?4 ou it! !?? tt? leading American cltiet. Interpreted by aip<?cl?iiy-s*l?cted company of m*t-xii.o!>4*ti coru*dl?ti*. Tiokou on ?alo \. aJMt.iUAY, ?March 11th. Regular Prices. mh 7-7t RICHMOND THEATRE. Brauch & LB-MS, Managers. FRiniY A*?P BAT?BDAT, ?to AND 7th MAKtll, WITH A ??All KliAY MA?INBE, lllK (JREAT TRAUKDIBNMC, Ma'jams JAM'SCUE-. Frl'lay night, ESSEX. Haturlav in?tinee, MARIE STUART. Satuniav night, LADY at A (It Kill. Sal? of teata op?n?T-CRSiiAY. mh7.lt A GRAM? MASOEURA?E HALL Will b? gives on MuMiAY. Mttcit 9. UBI, bj S-hi.l.i- Lodg* No. l . ?, 1. O. o. F. (ira?) march will beglu promptly ot 9 O'oloclt P. tt. Ticket? for gentleman and lady. 75 cent*. Four |,n '..?* will be awarded for Ouest mask and best character-maska Commlitae: Charlas Clots. Charle* Pohtlg, Charles f.aing??. Charle* William llolzaptol, and lliarl**0. Zehle._ be & ca, ROOK-MAKERH. ODDS LAID ON ALL HACINO EVENTS. DIRECT WIRE TO TUB TRACK. A full description cf each race glv*n at It Is being run. Tl'HF EXCHANGE, f? 17-!i_ corner Bank and Twelfth street*. L _^D-1'SMI.BlBDICIBBSt^ij^ fVbsNELL'B IMPORTED "?NO \J USB Cologne, full site, _??. ; Imported (??rroau Par?? Oolegao at ?4 arid Wie.; I m por t e-l 1711 Pur* KtteOIjr? rin? SoapaiSOc., h pouad bar?; a?o. a On? ???.?? ti.u of thou? hlimy Oavoiedand delicious Hmgur's Imported Eug giish Drops and Loz?ng*s, among tliem Lime, Tangerlu*. Heliotrop?., (?Ingi-r, lioretiaund. Tuf fc, Kiis*. Ac'?iul*'?.|, ,t-. L. VYA.i.NEK mO ?Ml Druggist, f-lxth and Broa ! ?ireeta Q B? N B E E BIE 8, 8A-&TOQA CHIPS, and BULLED ALMONDS; BFAXUH OLIVB8 AND ?OUTS-OIL ft) IB McCARTaiAHAIHM. March April May are th? t "?t month? in which to purify year Blood, lniring th? long, cold wlater, th? blood tnwitiM thin and Itapure, th? body become? wrak anil tired, the appetite may b? loat, and ]u?l now the ?ytlem crave?the ?Idol a r?llabl? raedlclae like Bood'? Baj-sanariUa. MSRIT Win?, sod lb? fact teal Hood's Harstv partlia actually accompitsne? what I? claimed for It I? what haa ro? I? It tbe medicine first la the ronfldeae? of our cnuatrymeo, and given to lln >l ? Barsapaiilla a popularity and ?ale graat or than tb?t of any other bloo<l-partfl?r. M lite Hood? ?ar?a,w-. AI ARCH APRIL MAY ^Tli^1'*'^ ...i^v.HarsaDarlllaUa food tnelH nood'.H?r?.parlU.t? P-u.l.r.r *tfBBes| IS a ? .hn i?d? durlnB th??e month?, i? tb.n.ed?oftbet^rduri ?T thoroughly if****? b,?ou.no?. and ___?t?S? ?>?*?*ldD*" body. .-nood'?8ar?aparlllal?a food medicine end lakes tbe lead atnoog all proprietary food?, In mT opinion. My customer? ?ro pleaeed with it. and my ?ale? of **<**'? ?*ar?epsrllla ?cam to la? rrea.? dally." Mr?. O. M. DBI. 8S1T1I. Middle way, vt/esi Vlrglnl*. MARCH APRIL MAY AtuJ. ?,?*'v _._,_. - tinnAm B?r?*i>arl _,hB tlm? ?hen you ?hould give Hood'? . Irtiuafalr trial. That ?crofulou. Ulat Bar.aparlila a BBBMBa? w SSSS?ss p-i?ner and building-up medicino. I am plaaaed to??y Hood? Saraaparllla ha? not only proved a g ?od ?eilor, but ha? al?o nrovo.1 reliadle a? ? blood-pur.Oer. and It? use hue been attended with me beat result?, a? cm be provan by many p?raon? in thi? neighbor? hood." I*. UplBBBU?!.. Bklo, Maryland. MARCH APRIL MAY ?m??? ?re th? month? in every year when th???".? of old Wee* reaort to a regular our" ' Head. ******* Th- M that Cm ?iiiiii -?- ??" ?*,rly ____?_ ?betaverlte .U. i.??"" rolum?. for 1? iJllllllS I ?nd medlcin?! merit. ? I-??t ?print? I wa? completely fagged out. My ?treogth left me an?l I felt ?Ick and m.?<?rable ail the time, ?o that I i-ould hardly ?tteod to my buslne??- I ?o01? on* battle of Hood ? Har'apa rllla and It cured mt\ Thar? 1? nothing like It." \L (. BbgOLS, Editor Knterprl?o, Bellovlll?, Mich. MARCH APRIL MAY w .?.. .??r thousand? of new : " Karly last ?prlng I wa? very much run down, In the?? monrhs this year theusanda or new , ?nw^ ?Jiaa?e, felt mi-wrablo and all pstron? will take Bod'? 8ar?aparilla and realize ^ . mmmt$ ?,?,.? ^???ted by Ho.*!'? Sar 1U b netlt? in blood purified and Bttaagtl re- ( MpBrUla ,nd rfcorara-nrl it to my friend?." ?lorod. Will you ??e one of the number? flood? 1 Mrs. j. u. Taylob. 1119 Kuclid avonue, Cleve iii. ??_ imt little, ?ad the Inveatmrnt ] Intnl. O. Saraeparil!? eSBtS hut . J Ko ^ ?^ SlirMptrUU. . ..._n,...i. ?etiiri.s. .luBliryit. yields profitable returns. ?Tuat try It. MARCH APRIL MAY A?ah?a.|:lBelnadTarlls1ng this has become .? m?:ro..ghl, 1 lent:S..d with hoi'? *?nr?.par?l.a ??t ?BUS other -e pyHt advert.?.?? -- "In the ?prlng my whole ?v?t?m was com? pletely run down. Two month.-? airo I began the use of IIim'I'. Sarsai.-trilla, and after unlng two T , .? ?ih??r "ctiylit advertiser*" ra-i u?'1 >? "?".- - - mat win.?? <**r 7 , B ,ll)tlr(,.t1 ,..e ; mm l flud my appetite reslnnd. my uerv.?u? de?vor to ?ppr-prlate it, h ?? ? I (J ^ m, general health greatly people'? favuriteaprtagaioditlBe. llooo s Sab ,??_,, rJI(mus i5BArl) ,;??,,,??, oble, ?APiKID A. .MARCH APRIL 3IAY THKI'MVCIlSSi. praise given Hood'? Baria partlla by the*? who bare taken It ?boii'lI cer talnlvc.n..n.ey?utbatltl? th. beat SI'ItlN . "I wl?h to enroll my name a? one of thoee who have dorlved health from the use of Hood'a f??r?aparll!a. Kor many year? I have taken It. ??.mmY.nb!Bi! act. mmmtSti and immediately r.t??.'lally in the early spring, who., I ?m trou MU.ll INK. '? ?**'*" *?*"",' ...-, WMtoafj kled with dizziness, dulne??. unpleasant last? Up.u the Mee?, ..v.-rcmr? ,.hy.kai vreeaaeat, ? t. ^ ^ __ u ^^ ^ ?n?l crea'cj a cool appetite. MARCH APRIL MAY .. Hood'-. ?arP-tporllla purified my blcod. fare ! bad tost?, relieve, my hea-lscU?. an?lmake, me m0 eW^nri, snt ?vereama the he.d^he and , laal cre.tly rofreriie I. The two bolt las I bare r?,,?? ! that I am ?hi? to work ?rain. , .?red thi. ?prlngh.v. been worth ?.dollar a<l.,.o. trills w?r?.par.lla to etaer. I Bdvlee ?11 ?? friend? to taka It" JOBS Bibbs. , i SJo\ impure, .,?1 who feel W forty-thlrd .ueai. town of Laka. Cb,ea.o. worn out or run ?l,wn." Luraea Naso., Lowe... I Dfc^ 8 ,?. ? poolIlmr to lt8o!, Mas?. ? n 11UU n 'S SARSAPARILLA Bold by all drupRifts, 81 ; sir for ?:?. I Sold l.y all tzraffW?*, 81 ; b? for |B, l'r.-par?-.1 only by (X I HOOD ?V CO., Prepared only l.y C, I. HOOD i CO., Lowell, ?Vas. I Lowell, Maba. 100 Doses One Dollar. 100 Doses One Dollar. mh .. -?: t |\M KAM-ESTATKMKNTS.______ ?riB?i?'n2:>BTArTnoBiTrorTu?ACDiTORorrit?ir.-AL?-.JCiiTtoi?Tn??TAT?orTi?*ii??tA.] ?J0BTHWE8TEB? MUTUAL LIFE-INSURANCE COMPANY. ___. _ ?h. ?imi,?tir In full-NosTnwssT?s?t KLfru Lifs-Iniubancb Comtamt. SE r??^ ?S?? cc-opsrotlv. ?^.?.lo,, orc tnoraooJ*1ve-.tX or ."r otn.r eSBBO-MSB l-usur-S llfe-Lif _ l'residont-H. L. PAL???. Vlce-l rosldent-H. K?tMA??. Hecretarr-J. W.SBissB?. Tre_urer-C. D. N*?H. ?.???.?.? OrganU?d and In -orr or-ited-MABCir, U ,.. i'/,?m,.nci.? DUJlnet? -NOTBMI S? Hi, ISBS N.m^ot g?i.?r" ???- ?? Vlrg.n'a-J. B. OaSt ?t So?, iw ?eue. of IU? .euerel ?gent in Virgluja-JilK.H^OKD, Va. INCOME. .IM??.775 09 Premium*....?_.-?????. .?,19*603 <M Ii,t*rctt and reals. |ll.IU,f7S 05 Total Incom*.-. DISBURSEMENTS. O?alas hy .??th.?-?.??troo *??? Matured end?wmentt. 4iO,498 08 hurreoderi'd and lapsed policies.~. 8IU,b'71 7.1 Dlv??Dd?lo policy-holder*. 8.9,475 63 Total payment* to policy holder?.IM^UO 74 Taie?. 115,074 41* Coninils-ioue. agenta'etpeiwe?. and talarlos. J.iljfi.SlS 01 Medical examination*. lW.S.M 0? ofT.ce ?aiari*? and ?tpente* of tru*t-et. 171.775 ff"i L"g?l, l"*n. snd real estate expes*e*. 1W.H6? ?l A,;?*rllslug . J?*_ ?1 Bupplle* ?nd etpre??*ze.-. 4J.4?? 01 Ki-hau;:e and p stage. r>A,US4 tt*l K'i*l.ga\ buiidi.nB? fornitura, travelling. Si,Ki ?}? Promlum* ou bond? boagbl. a??,?'.. 97 Total ulabursements. IJBiJN 97 AS8BT3. ' Iosr.? on bond snd mortg?C?.liB.^.V),'! 15 Premium note?. ?0<,741 ?2 H-ai ?state. ?97,1a? ?H Culled Sia-.*? boade, market valus. 131.311 ib Stau and municipal bouds, roar??*t valu*. 2,M?.7?il 01 Cf?h on h .-?ml ?nil in banks.-.-. '.?,:,? ,<) r. Accrual*. inter*.? and r??ot. 615.1"?1 4J L*tlg*r ac.-ount* an I bill* receivable. 15,910 IS Deferred premium* (*0 per cent deducted). (5*J,4rV) HO Premium? lu ?Jour?? of collection (dlUo;. t*Xbt>3 5t? Total a?sfts. ..-... S42,353,91? ?8 LIABILITIES. Ix^??a and endowment* unadjusted.$ 191.315 9S DapaM ilivelends. Ola (e?liai?t?d). TJ.OOO O) H'stis for paid-up to*uranct? ruimaol? and for annuttles. 11 .,775 .0 Reservo squired by law*of State? (actuaries'4 p?r ceut).S*s4?M,!,07 (j?j Total HaDllltle?. WMMJM OS Surplus on 4 per cent, but*.$?*.?Wi,334 93 Vamlerol policies (?mied during Uieyear, .3,018. A mo ii ut of Inturanc* efT<?? ted thereby...$ 58,731,774 00 Whole number of poltclet In force, tAJ?At Amojntof rltk* iLereon.__,._._.. 3S?,f)*,?07 00 ?TAT? Or WlSCON?IV. COCMTT OF MlLWACgBB-M : Be It remembered, That o? the 6th day of February, 1801, at the city aforesaid, before tnr, Fr. llKxitlgool. a om'ntssloner resident In the tala city, duly eommlsloued snd qtitMed by the ? xecutlv* autti? rlty and under th* law* of the State of Virginia to tak*a;knowt*1g_onlof deed*, Ac, to be u**d or r*cord*d th*r*in. pereonallv app*ar*d IL L. Palmer, president, and J. W. Skln (?*??) B?r, ?erretary, of th? Northwestern Mucial l.lfe-lnturaoc? Company, of Milwaukee. Wla, ??StAU-wbo being duly tworn, d to ote and tny, and *acti tor himself tayt, that they are the I"-'?') above-descrlbsd olilc?r? of the t*ld company, and that th* foregoing t* a true and correol tutement of the actual condition of ?tul organisation on th? last dsy of It? Otcsl ytar?to wit t ta* 31st day of December, l?WO-sccordIag to th? be?t of their knowledge, Information, and belief, respectlvaly. In wttimony whereof I have hereunto tot my hand and afflxed the teal of my office o a the 5th day of Ftbruary, UM, !?_, BLUODiiOOD, Co__.i?*loo*r. Joan B. 0aiv & ?om,, U Agents for firfiiii and North Carolina, 110S MAIN STREET. RICHMOND, VA. int. s-sod.ti TTELP A NOBLE INSTITUTION. A BAZAAR FOR ST. VIBCE1T9 HOSPITAL AT NORFOLK. Va. The ?ittert wno have chargo of th? Hospital of St. Ytuctnt de Pau. appeal to 10* geaero.ii?, be? nevolent, and klnd-beartal for aid snd ?Mitt? en.-. 10 t: r,r pre*?Dt fluanclal difficulties. M. Inceut ?is so well known sud holds such a high rank that It 1* uoneee**?ry to refer to Its claim? npon the . h?rttab!y-d!?r*>ted lor support and encouragement. Although the recipient of nitny geuerou* i-enafacuoo* In pa*t years. In il.-? form of legacies and donation?, yet most of the in one? derived fr.??u Ibet* sour es ha* been el pended In the erection of buildings and the provt'.iio- of m -essary acoommodattona, and llt tl* ties been left for th? running expenses o( the heos.. With ?ufflclent mean? at ?ommand. nesrly twlc? tti? number of charity patient* a* are now under treatment could be provide i for. The poor and HtifTcrlng. the sick aud afflicted have never been denied a)mit?*nc-. The Hos? pital ha* alway* been non sectarian?It* doors Ming open ?lite to Catholic and uoo-CalhOllc, between whom no distinction is made. riai-ri a ?bare In th! goo I work by your c!i-,rl table assistance. Our good Ltrl hits promf?ted that " the prsyer ontof the mouth of th? soor shall reach the ears of Oed." Donation* of I money, provision?, fancy ?rttote*, _?-.. will be thankfully received aud most ?arnsstly soll tltad. A bazaar for the pnrpos? of rtlilng funds for _ia Hospital will be held In th? near fular?. All person? desiring to contribute will pi??*? ?lire*? SISTER DjADORE KENNY, mh Ml* Si. Vlaceal's Hospital, Norfolk, Va. ~^^Jm?}*?!J?3mtJ!J?**inmi' **** WC. SMITHES!, NORTH?a_fr ? Hfih tir*et, have on hand YI-v9S___r_. ; tori??, eurrey?. Pua*ton*. Bugftta, Dayton?, | Carta. A?-. Fin? work at lows? prie-**, a few i **cond-bs_d IXK'lof?' Bogglaa, fBootflB?, Bug giM, asd Wagons; atoe, a Bao Brou (baa lor ?aUoSoop, AcaUtoUa-d. (?SO-lss riiEE -AVLNOB BANK OF RICH? MOND, Co???? or Klsvssth add Main btbbbts. CAPITAU I100.OO. SCRPLL'B BCND, 110,0a B. A. PATTERSON, I- Z. MORRIS, President V ? -v-l'r ul 1st?. GEOROE N. WOODHHIDQE. Cashlsr. One Dollarand upwards RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT, AND INTEREST ALLOWED. LOAMS MADB ON REAL BSTATB. Negotiable paper diaoountad. Open daily till * If. ML; Saturdays till 8 P. M. _JaJ?Tv|J__h*te__ aECOND CROP Vm?D?IA SEED KAHLT.U08B POTATOES. TO? favorita sort with Norfolk and Bastara | Shirs truck??- Earlier, largar yielding, sad much ?tor? profitable sud tatlstaslorr than northern-grown teed. Alt j, In ?lock, ?11 vaiie U??of NOBTHBRN-liHOWN h BSD-POTATOES, specially sslsctad ?nd grown for sesd purpose? T. W. WOOD A SONS. ita*d*_*a, ? and IB reurloeoth ?treat, eoroar Sixth aad Marshall strseie, ud 17W ooot Vroakilo atreok .s37?S?*W4U.wSt Ik-~FIR8T ENOLISH L?THERi cntRCII (Set?nih ti*?r Orooe ?rrest)?-' pottor. Rsv. J. S. MOSS?,will prea-'h hi? fare sermon ol 11 A. M. No sorrice *- olght, S day school at 9:13 A. M. All welcoto?. A? nonri-sd, there will bo a ??ongreg????-?-*1 ?-< log after Uto m mtng service. l??THROAD-BTREET METRO!) (III KCU (Hroal and Tenth strests)-Rev. V. Ti'Doa. D. I).. Paitor.-Sunday s?-hool alt A. M. Preaching at II A. M. by Rev. E. M. I TlBtOsr, ol Central church, Mamhettar. Va P. M. by Rev. W. M. Hatbs, of (?eorgta. Lectt Wbdkmdat Kvbniwo at H o'clock. Ciase-rns Ing TncaiDAT KVBSO-0?.8 o'clock. Wslcoi to all. Pol to uthers la attendance. HT PARK-PLACE WrrHODD EPISCOPAL CHURCH (west Franklin c'reot Hev. J. Wilbt Bt.?P?o?, Pastor.-Preachtng 11 A. M. and 8 P.M. by th? Pastor. At nlghl t Paetor will preach the seventh of a serin? of *< mou? on " The Womso of the Bible." Th? su Jert of this discourse will be " The l?ueen Hh"ia.-' .-.-.!*t ???'.,. il at 9:15 A. at Cia??-meetlng at 3 P. M. Wednosday evening service? at 8 o'clock. Htrangers are cordially Invited to attend I fl?o services. Seats free. ?tferTTHE UNION-STATION PU1 PIT win bo filled next ?cndaT Moamv.i at *Mo*A by R?v. llr. I'Att. WmT?HBti>. Hubjec "Life and Death of .'oho Wotley." At nlgl j Rot.QBOMSH. BAY will e,d-lnitter thnor?! nancn of lltptitm and receive members luto f?i fen*~ CENTENARY METHOmS' Cil0ROB i(?ra?-e etr???t between Fourth an fifth?.-Preaching at 11 A. M. by the It-?. VV. 1 II ??. ??, U. II., ol l,. orgia, and at H P. M. by _ Pa*tor. Sunday *.'li.ri! at 9:1 j A, M. V. uli?.. dsy-iilght H?rvic??!i at S oVIoek. ^??a I fie? ?trAtigor? and oihors always welcome. AT" CLAY-STREET METHODIS' r.I'iSCOPALC'ULKCH, soi TH (corner of 010] mid A lain? ?troolsl nearBlag i y th?? paoloi Rot?. W. II. Atwii.i, a' H A. M. m 1 TM P. M Snri'In- ?.-bo?)! at 9 A. .'I. Weilnesday oervlc" at7:15 P. M. Th'ir?ilay class-au?l prsyor-tne.it Ing ?t 7:16 V. M. _ ts BRTTRiNITY METHODIST EI'IS COPAL CHI'liClI, Siilill .-.ir.ierof Rroal an? Twentieth ttlwOf) ?or. I'? A. PBrBBBO?, !.. 1>. Panto-.?Preaching at 11 A. 11. ami S P. M. by th? Pealar. TTeileeeilei nln-bt ?ervtce ats o'clock, B?BttOT sefeOOl at 9:15 A. M. Cordial Inritotiot to all to attend thee? services, is ?ar WA8HINQT0N-8T R B E I METHODIST i IllKiH 'corner Cary and Wa-.li logtononoolo.) rroatifilng l.y the pastor, Kov. K. II. I'bnnitt, ToMoki.0* at H A. M. and 8 P. M. Bu uto free. 1? wr HOW-ABD-S-OBOYE bIETHO DIBT episcopal CHI UCH, 8()l"rn~Hev. I.s* Hot j. iiutr, Paslsr.?Fres-_Bg at n A. M. IP. M. Cl-vs*.meeting Mouday at7-SU P. >i. PrayoMBoettag Wednesday at 7:U? p. M. Sunday eobeol at 9.30 A. If, ta W METHODIST SUNDAY* BIIOOL BOCISTT.??Tbm regu'nr meeting of th?> MBTBODIST BUNDAT-SOROOL SticlKTY OF Rlt'HMOM? AM) MAMC-Btt-I will tie held at Parfc-PU?I church BOs?_r ArriBsoo?. at 8:10oclock. 0. W. Himtb?, President. Cuaki.i-j P. Kady, Secrotary. ?sir FIRST PRESRYTERIAN Clil'KCH (corner of Or?co and MaJison etret*?.?Service? conducted by the paitor. Rev. HontRT P. Kb??, 1). IX, at 11 A.M. acd 8 P. M. Strangers wolcome. feg lar SECOND PREBBTTERIAN.? Dr, 1 ,i will at preach il A. M. ncd at 5 1'. S?. _ u aWTTH?RI) PRESBYTERIAN CULKCfl-Hev. J. P. Gammom, Pastor.?I'r.?ach ing at 11 A. M. and Si*. V. bunday l I O:*./A. M. Vi'aijNZsUAr M?ut prayor-ir,asttaf at a o'clock. _ ts i>ir GRACE-STREET PRE8BYTE. KlAN CIIl'Kl'II-lee. JtSKJ T. Faik, 1?. I?., PaMor.?Services at 11 o'clock A. M. I'rea.-hlug ty Hev. Riiiiisn McIiWAi.sa, 1). I). U??ial Sun? day bchool aud iVedue-day-ulglit servio ?. HBTCnURCH OF THE COVENANT (west Uraco ?troet)?Rev. J. CAXVTS Htbwaht. Pastor).?Preaching at 11 e*doak A. M. eel 8 c'c:.????t P, i!. by the Pastor. Sunday ?cbo.il at 9^ c'c'.o -k A. ftf. ^ea".s free aud cordial wolcome to all. rrr<<?rv1i-o at Imm iMCSt. Ctt irsi. (-orner Washing? ton and Beverley street?) MTBBAT AtTBBSOo? at i o oloi-k and Kkipay Niuiit at "i o'clock. Sab? bath school at 9m o'clock A. M. ta WEEKLY SERVICES OF W:>TMI.N8TeK rilKSUTTKItlAN CI11KCH (enter of Cary ?u.l ?Hvamoro street.?;?Kuv. .Iascs Lirri.?, M. A., Pa,?tor.?Preaching overy Satbatb at 11 A. M. and 4 P. M. 8unday g.-hool atMO A. M. ITayer-meetin^ every Wedneivlay at i V. St. Ladle?' Auxiliary every Friday at 4 P.M. Ail aro welcome. ts Mgr OLD-MARKET PRESBYTE 11 IAN (?IK IICII -K'V. I. B. TcBsatu., Paetjr. Preaching SlNOAV 11 A. M. and S P. M. rtunday ?chool i>:30 A. M. (?ospel Service? Wednosday 8 P. M. ts SOT FR?ENDS.?MEETING FOR divin? worahip Evaar Sabbath Mobsin? at 11 o'clock. Seat? are froe, and all are welcome. Mcotlng-houso, Clay street atiove Klrst? Servlco? aUo at 3 o'clock on Wbhsb-jday Bvasisj. u 02T SEVENTH-STREET CHRIS? TIAN CtU'HCll.? Servlco? at 11 A. M. ami? P. M., conducted by tho pastor Itev. Jaebz lUt.t.. Huu'lay school at 9:30 A. M. ta t?T FIRST BAPTIST CHCRCII (Broad and Twelfth ?troets:.?Hov. Dr. Gbubij? Coor??, pastor, will pr ?ach at 11 A. M. and I 1'. ftf, L'ible school at 0:15 A. M. ts tar SECOND BAPTIST CHCRCII (corner M?ln nul f-lxth street?).?Rev. W. W. LAiDKt'kt, l). V., pintor, will pooch at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. _ ta tmW (,BACE-STREET BAPTIST TAI'.I'KNACLE (corner Grace and Pine streatsi, Hev. Wll.i.IAM K. Hatciibb, D. 1)., l'ait..r. -?iiu d?y ?chool at 9 A. M. Preaching by the pastor at 11 A. M. and ? P. M. Prayer-meeting Wbd M-"?v IMII at 8 o'clock. Young-meu's praycr-mcetiug Fbiiuv Ki.'ut at 8 o'clock ta mW LEIOII-STREET BAPTIST OHl lieII (corner Twenty-fifth and Leigh tree's?Kit. J. M. Kao<T, L?. t>? Pastor.? l'reacu log at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. 'Ibe Young Ladle?' Aid Society will hold a public meeting at 4 P. M. Dr. 8. A. Goodwin an l other ?peakera will address th? audience. Prayer-meeting Wzusbsdav Jtfiaur at 8 o'clock. Sunday ?chool at * 13 A. M. Yonng men? prayer-msotlng Tessas y Niuui at ?o'clock. All welcome. u ?Ei-CLAY-STREET BAPTIST CDCRCR (corner Clay and Graham streets).? Preaching at 11 A. M. and 7:45 by Bev. 8. C Cloitok, p??tor. ts kW GROVE-AVEN?E BAPTIST CBURCH (between Linden and Beech street?)? Ur. 8. A. Qoonwis, Paator.?Preaching St?PAY by th? Paator at 11 o'c.ock A. M. and 8 o'clock P. 11. Sunday ?chool at 9 o'clock A. M. Wbi* ? ssnAT Ni'iHT lecture at H o'clock. Young men's prayer-meeting Fbidat Niuar at 8 o'clock. Seat? tree. AU are welcome. (? fcr PINE-STREET BAPTIST CHUKC'tl (?-orner Pine and Albemarle ?treat?}? Kev. J. B. Uctson. Paator.?Preaching at 11 A. M. and 7: JO P. M. A cordial welcome to ail? Seau free. _ ta ?BrTFO?RTH-STBEET BAPTIST cmccii-Rev. II. F. William?, Pastor.? Preaching at 11 A. J. and 8 P. M. Sunday ?chool at ?V A. M, ^^^^^ ta ?SrVENABLE-STItEET CHCRCH (corner Picketl and V?nabl?)?B. EL Pitt. D. D., Pastor.?Sunday ?chool at 9:30 A. M. Preach? ing at 11 A. M. and 8: IB P. M. seau free. AU wel? come. ______ ** HTWE8T-VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH-Kev. Waltbb P. Bisas, Paator? Preaching at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. Cordial welcome to ?IL _ ta ?air HOWARDS GROVE BAPTIST CBUBCH.-Praacbiag at 11 o'clock A. M. aad 7;45 P. M. by Uta pastor, Hov. 3. o. Bias, ?ub 'aat la th? morning t " Th? Bight Way to Lira " ; at night, " Th? Young Maa Oarrytas HI? Bed.'* Sunday ?cbooi at ?-? A. M. Young uaa'a prayer tsar 8 T. JOHN'S PBOTE8TA? BPISCOPAL CHf'RCII (Broa. SMBSls oorner Twenty-fm_)-K?v. Lewis W. Bustos, Beet Service? : Somdat, It A. M. a?d S P. M. : To? day. 7:80 to H A. M. ; W?dn.??dav, S P. M.-w ?ton to young yeopl? by Rev. Pbkstom O. N as Friday, 11 A. M. to 1* M. Confirmation cla? Sunday. 7 P. M. ; Ti.ui-.Iav. S P. M, A cordl weu-omo for all to to? at??? service*. W?iioBi.i.-M?w-i?t*i, ( itAfti. (Detjop stre? Fulton.) -Mr. C. H. Kin, Lay-h?e>l?r.?90 oat, 11 A. X. and S P. M. ; Friday, 8 P. M. bes free ?ad the public Invited. t_r st. Paul's criURon.-ii: TTNK tervtce ev?rr Set?at. Morning at 1 o'cloci* ; ?vsnlng at ? o'cIi>tk. Holy Commnato Dm and thir 1 Sunday? ot th? month after the 1 ?Velc-ok sortie?. HlblixloM condncte?! by Mr. BB-M-BI ?ver/Thursday at 4:10 P. M. Open to all w? desire to attend whether of St Paul's eongreg? lion or not. The pabilo are cordially invito?! t ?11 the services at this church. ta HT M O O R E - M E M O R I A I CHURCH (laurel street opposite Moor? Park).?Servies and sermon by the Rector oi 8t?< luv M?MtSM at UrM o'clocs and In lh< afternoon ai 5 o'clock. Iloartr welcome to al whoatbtnd. Sunday ? h <?1 at Ml ft? M. undei the ?upertninn lenco of Roskwiu. I'a.i Esq. Servi.?? Mond?t ArrBRi???? at 5 o'elo?! and VrasaSSBAB and Fbidat Muht at __ o'clo?:k. ta r?TATJi.SAINTS CHURCH (MsssV sen tireetnear drsce;?Rev. J. Y. Downmam, Rector.?Homing servi?? at U o'clock Bvenlag serv? o si H o'clock. Sunday school at ?M A, M. is ttiT (.RACK-STREET PRESEYTE RlANCHl I'.CR-Hev. Jams? T. FaIB, D. I>., Pallor.?Servie?? at 11 oV!<>-k A. M. aud H o'clock P.M. Pro??Mat by the Pastor. i?abbath*?chool services ai 9\ o dock A. II. Wednesday night serttoeeesl ocio.-? ? JWr SOLDIERS' HOME.?THE Rev. Pr. i i ?.m vil preach at tl.o BoMMSS1 Home op Schuat N?xt at 4 P. M. t'ANDIIlATKS t-OKOHU I . mo THE HONORABLE OOifWAi 1 K. SANiJS: W?. the undersigned, resident Of ??. iir'.-o aoaaty, r??ri??t that you alow you nam? to l?e u?'-l for the Oemoratlc nomlnat'n of . .?jt.MONWP.AI.lti'H ATTOBMKT of th? com if, and a?k that you announce yourself < sas IIdate for that orn o. 11. 0. H?< hi?.-. Peyton K. Oarrlng'.oo, i. s. cbaaf, il. B. BaaaBtoa, ,t. B, Bcbaat, vVBUaas '?. Matn?.w?, Predsrt? it <-'? Ke>*fci TBoataa ?'. Vakutia?, Wal er K. Brauer. H. C Wilkln?. .1. W. Brauer, il. Y. ehei pard. W. .1. Hiiifori, a?. I?. S!i-:imiiu, r. p. Horssaat, .l"hn M. ?\ as, (.. I?, pearman. .I'/ha H. K? eers, T. W. PrmI-?>rtJD, I. ?" Joa?t?b B. Da?1?. c. B. p.???- ??. Wnitam N. Ford, joeaph iryaa, ii. ft.Aaderaoa, wniiam M. Uicfc. ,i. BJ, ?Aoloaaotv .lohu tt. liavr?. P. Mai cry, B. r. Lock, dr., (.e rye I?. Cart-'r, .lohu K. Hardiug, P.oii?ri Mtughau, K. A. K'lnkley, C. W. Carter, \V. ?. .lo'.ie-, (liarle? Kti.g. B. T. ?.ary, J. II. Tlgn r. .i. |i. u .1. \V. V.'i.lams, Kliert L M.-ii'h, \V. I. Bl (.??land B. Taylor, o. \V. ban, y ?? rae a. Minor, John A. Andrew, K. II. (!??, c. L Btoae, V, c. Tayiar, J. 1>. Waltr..p, ,. Bahby l.ikhim, FA. DlCktas, ,1. H. (? Hannon, V,'. f. Gray. George II. Wal-lrop, J. L. Harri.. .1. Harry Harvey, G. U. Harn?, ft, I', Gary. 3. \V. Terrell, J. \V. I i ; W. O. 1 awr?n?e, :-ainuel YYaMrop, Ktchard A. Powloi. Bagk M?ler, W. R. Craii.t-, T. K. Darractt, :.'-.? - 1*. J*. fcarue'.t. and other?. Gentlemen: n..|ng ?eiHlble of the duty I OW-? to the I).-in o--rat tc party of Uenrl-o ??."inty, and ai'prr- latlui: y?iur ezrretiaion of eowfl lai-c?. in tny ability an-l Dtaeas f'-r 'ii!- pcs'tion <?f COXMOBWKal HI'S AT1UK--F.?, ?nein .- B> pitance with four r??iua?t, 1 U-raby announce mr?etf acaud date lor that office, ?ub'ect to U.0 approval ?if th ? Democratic primary. fuly, CUNY?AY It. SANO1?. Mar-h 7.1ABL_nih 7-zt r\M) THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS J- UKMCOCX>*0M*1T. [re?peetfnlly ?nnoun? my?e!f a '?andllste for l'0'nn.i-..i 'i--r Of th? ReveStM Upper I?t? trlot llenrtco e?maty ?ubje.-t as th.? Primary. and respectfully ?oli?:it tho ?upt nrt of my to:i.jw.<-lt???n?. JAaln.") A. VIA. ml.', fja* GOLD K22AL, PA2I3, 1373. . Barer? Co.'s Breakfast Cocoa from trliich tlu^ SBOBSB of -oil has been NSMfed, is Absolutely Puro and It is Soluble, No Chemicals are used in its preparation. It has inore than three titnes the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and h therefore far moro economical, costing less than one cent a cvp. It is delicious, nourishing, strengthening, easily woested, and admirably adapted for invalids M w? 11 as for persons in health. Sold by Crocers everywhere. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. :: ?? ?.V-9 it I.-1 _?-??? l(7Mia> PEERYS Will Eradicate WORMS FROMTHEHUMAN BODY PRI_E25ch> PER VIAL '?D?tVSaAvYiv] DRUNKENNESS wr Liquor Habit. a?untr wo/tu) *?mf/sbaio#twse C?itti i ES GOLD EN SPECIFIC It ?Mia S? at ..a In ? ??? ?r . .F?-, .r u? ?r la ?? tUlea at frai. w?. t?-ut tt? ?r, )w.(?<!-? ,-f lb? cali.nl. If i.eeawary. Il i? abaolut?'.? htrml??? aud will sfMl ? permanent ?ni ?p??<ty our?, whether ?.h?patient i? am->?1?r?to'1rink?rora3al?oS.iliewT??k IT M?T TIR FAIL*. It oparauai ?o ?ju.eii/ an?l with ?ash **r tai'.t/ that iho panant u?d?r?*?a no inaonvantane?. ?Bd in h? I? aware, hi? ooroplet? r?(oraation la ?ff??t"l ?Upa? .-oca-o? i>?r'i<,u.ar? iree. T-. De l??-of T. BO'JukT? L'illt, ?1? ?. ??lu St. Trade ?uppli?d hy l'tTKCtLL, LADD * CO.. ?ad OW?-fS b __??__ URDU CO.. Hi-h-ond. V? ap M?Tu,Tb*!ial3e? McMUNN'S ELIXIR OF OPIUM Is a preparation of the Drus bv whleh Its Injurious ?-nV'?us are rrmovotl, while th? ral* usblo medicinal properties are retained. It pettsttet ail the ??dative, anodyne, snd sott epasmoiiic powers of (.)|iinm, out produce? no sickliest of the stomach, no vomiting:, no eottiveoett, no beadarb?. In ?cote nervous disorder? it it an invaluable r*m?.lv, and it recommended by tbo bett I'hvtietan?. I-. FERRETT, Agent, 312 Pearl St.. New York. [ap ?Welyl ?2JNEAK LUNGS ? UM ? ??iac?eslsr's H?-Dkit. o( Lime k Soda. For ( h ron le Brenrbltls, Nervous r>ro?tratlon. I)??p?l??la or lud't.t-tion, Um? of Yujur an?! Ap|)?-tit?s, and ?llwamns ?ruing from Poverty of the Bio?d, Winc-Ooter'o Hypophosphito is ? speclBc, being unttiutikd as a lilullilsfl TcHitc, Jira.?. Arrv? ??st4 Mtm*>d f'omd. ?OLD ST X>T,TJCl-OI?? _?? WINCHESTER *X CO. Chemlats 104 William Ht.. M.T. do l*-SoAwlr LE??&DH?ls NEW STOpi 1. .3, and ?5 eut Brot, ? ' FOR OM-; ffij] SAT _____ ?l! we ?ball offer ?;.?v-i-i t?-,\ ment betid??* sai we have |.i?t r?v?i lion in? foiiowlLg r THE PAMor ? , p the Bi.nal SMd I ? v torea auallti?? ' Cora*? ?t ? .IKR?KY HI quality ! LAIHK* .IKK?KT " i-u? pi > U L?DIES' : r-PEClAI. I ? ' THE ?? KID GLOVl A? we h?v? a!-? - ? cl?t.?l to di??-oii In . ? glove. Bad Off? ti.n? i . :?'? ? ? it, i the glove "1- moot, ; thalr terag t?.- | ? Th?5-ho..k ara ?ai li.ifi pat molt, a I ta? ti,.- pi- ? ?.Quoi r leollon ii ?i? ? Mi N MeB'aabai'.nt'?:?- ? . Fioe BBlt.nggau .1. ? turday MEN'S ( NUI M made of N'-' ?i a v K.?um. allrv ?. . ; tUf Baturdsj ' Vri HAM Mer, - chii-f*. ?ii ? I , . ?tur?'?.*, :.' , BORAX - ?ev?n y???'? ??! ! ?t ! of the flne-t : in?!- r ?guiar ; 6c. or U-u for I. ?. ; ? !'. - r' We wrap? ? - ? ?I?; a , - -[ ?-lal ba-gai ? Ii f r ?aturo?? I? Buttas Bad : n quality Batarday. ' tab ?-?. - I day. ?1 10 S'a? '< ' \ I ?tur la store? loa?-* ail i'. B.,a uE??&l 1. 3, va 5 'T.h the rope ? OOOI'S AND N Kam a s t ? aiilattre-'... luii h . ?ne as : ? lia? ? racler to pim?.- n-, : n. peai f..r ti ?? - a as? fact, th?! ??- . . \f ?'.??|. *BB0>. C i ? liRl?? i RIMatIM .? ?' ?? ? n.1 I.NITi IN kkll a>, KLLi.li 1 ? K h?. ?Dai which ch?rn l rapll.y ?U'-ii ?s ?r? n the increasing dan % bave au util?? ally of BLACK QIMPa, . . at. i bai to reova th?rn off,,';: U ten oth?r daparttsan ?. I aiway? room at tr ? ? our?, an 1 J k?et log Bi ing ?I t i? rv ' ? ? ..? . ? ?-lib.? B - aa Bl I a-? a Crimp"' g'.n. lie It ??>. r - - In buying a?. - dr of -< a.. STAMPING doo ? BURNETT LEW [f?-.s-*?A\\ TOURNITURE REN X AND IH? ST I AME' ? I <Jfl*> etst I. l'rumpl ?'?.? m h V-.'w* I I. Kin 'I - umsm? MAMfC-IM Animal Bpm It. Olvo? the very bet' r - ?sine time a tin?- in? ? ' ? '? . ?atoSr T. W. WO 1 \ Sand lOso.th Potirt? aad Mar? .all ?treet*-* ? I). ?II D*i LANDBETH i Alihoufi ibs reeats well Mtaullshed. y?i ' of their ?ii'islv-? ?a we?t???m It BTO| sr omsl meut of o?r ?Ipsrt? th? past flf-.e?ti T'?ar*. ? tboutau.l punit..'? ? ? . Cabt.?c* Boon, perti?! - > l??e<l, ?nil ?a? U ?-'??? th?tr Turnip, au t otb?i s . , ;? .-c*rc?ly a co-pl?!?? -?? ' Save th?aln.?i?t un-? t.,ia.?r? to Ibelr purity' ? ' of quality. , Annt s, ? 1 JfMtra K /'? ti**" ?'? Uriitle-eu.--! AM atatemecl. B-i if ? referen?;? loth? nia uy ?i ? ' P??a?a?lv?rtl-????1"U theu?" ? ??.-'-' ea.b of th? .?all??- rar th? tame toil ?uJ culUTS HKtril'S ?resily * ?arUn??s,.lusltty. a? 1 * Your? very tit ? i.K K We eorllally Invite all n ?- ;, .? 1 CLASS SBaDS to ?iv? 'i' ? v small seeds fr-* of i-v???? Ac, ? ?.????? for p?*itaK- - ? ' rat?? l?? J?a.?rs a-itl la t* ??' _ . _, h. 1 ? ? Ja aH-TuSSs-mwxim ? - --? ***r*" COl'KT OKI?! I. fXNKW KENT ClBtTlTfO1 1 ?IOVBSBKR 1. 1*0: Uablon Cottrell AttsUntl ... Charla Kllit, William v ? ? ? way. Tbunu 1 om '?*. ' Neill? Combaauxl?:.? ?n|*',. ?sum? In tti?tut).,?Ht ?~ '?? of, ?hoe? uao??* ar- uukux.? sttsu-ttciar. ^t?tu tBxua.-is fro? ?l?-??? *?^^tITvAm\ cau?? th? l?t a?y 0'N ' . . ? ? ? ? ? ?, I?*"* and It twins r??p-?t?ute(i t.'^ ??tat? of J?_eph (ouit/e, '*'*** lb? ?bar? of said tin 1 - ' ?'?* w not bo dispoatd ?* ?? KM *?* ? ^_ AodlhU ?aaselsref??" Maw Karr Cocstii?hs?. ??t'ri;*'^ ?? A_p.rsoa. ?**?_?**??^?T tbat 1 aav? ?p^itt?*! T_? ?, ?? ?** of March, i~..?* ?J?? u?3_*_. V r*_, N?w Kant Com*l*ns+ ?*' ? ,Mi ?astas --?e I04U.UW0 _*^_^ t? ?-? ?vom aad ?a*?? s? ??-?Kf ?mT-W ^?'?? Orra, ?adsr Bty haad lb? ?,? IJ kk*^ _M If? . ' _ k.??l--P 4^ta?ti?-o?-wtaC_?_a.n'">'' ^