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?fl?lFS & ANSWERS.
I ?ai ^<?J C?? 0F INTFREST
I *-40 OTHERS.
?.me I? *??'?? rark-Wko
f ??.s the first ci.lleg?
in c?i\oni*l Virgin
, o nomine the
o! l'ocahoutas by
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e of the
. King ?Js'i,????
(the! ?? li :> '
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, ? p Mai v.
., le in Ina partieii
? -.ir several]
? \ -irsiT'it c.lining"
? ! .ward erecting" of
v.: Virginia." Novem
- ft i??rl!?.v wa?
.??and acres of
\ r?.tv and rol
?.?..-?? locatari along
I rp, in the
Hem '? '. In ?
. the con..
Ige It Virginia,
an 1 p? creste
? s ?te." In
rga ilo.rpe was
?i: latati st in
1 taught an
S, When he
? at? !' nf their
. and lie
'i. . tu? pati Blttio
tbe net ??.?eking of
\ g tne native?,
an 1 wanted but
. -w rnontna after
? renata re! by the In
.: ti.sseat "Herkley
rtb avida of the river,
. me fir? uile.? (roti
il "I it y Point").
. ; ? s ?. ilei seven
Peopl? about two
I It!? "-!? '?? ?ledit
?:??! in Virginia
? r West In
?g tanghi a?
? err which
?ite them! "
ti iTeraitiet were
: r that purpose,
? ; luring m. An incum
eab< w.? con
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\ irginia mad? in
? etnie, and
. I than!" "Kill
? "no small
into! the capture is
)J -?? Nicholas
am, i - j.. pairea
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by tbe Kl ?
and carried on
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irted from Pa:
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?. lati ?.'' at Juuies
? ou is too
? b waa ? m
r aflat bat
? \ irginia <
? 1 I patent for
?; Pierce aud his
grima ou Lourd the
Virginia to settle
? pher Martin was
? \ irginia Cern?
ii? limi lieena
:. Virginia ?luce
; :.). (aboal
.??.) lie bought
Percy font shares of
1 .it tbt reasons too
Mu, :',owor landed
lb, ;n New I'.ngland,
. reaant territory of
! aaa Jefferson
? ? father?? family
? rs ? -.?-. ? tothit colm?
ili Dear the moun
I .'. ? ' to lrrt*at
? ... from Wale?,
? a pcreon 4 ? ni
? ill or defendant ; and
? - oratory to the
? ? ? ? 1 have
- Is, luit the irsi
? 1 ?.ave vit siiv an
? -r, who lived
lierflel ! ealltd 0a>
s landa afterwards
tbeta pedigree far
d a: .1 S-.t'.aiid, to which
? ?u?th aud atari?
I the President
is? Jeffonon who
I, ms JoaUoe of Bate?
? tad died
? ? carried back
imely, to Thcansttj the
IM aforesaid, who
1677, lie married
1 in 16J7. These
D thagoath ?ids of James
: county of Chesterfield.
*'i led from the John
In tb? query, who
? f l ea-Hunlred in
? Vuierica which met
0 BL) 1G19??, e.,
t style, H? was appoint
? . ? ? atittg Vir
1 the inspection
. . Mo-.ri.r Park.
. I ? 1'. VjU
name of the
I aro? Park ioni?
, ana] why it
- ' I above you will much
YV. EL J.
in bronze of lioudon'a
:i. which stand? In tbe
. t i'U Idia*, and
? t.y the late W. J.
M ?roa l'art (about the
- intani of the park) by
? lb tb? ie n:i ??ion of
ft fog the sale of it
t purchasing, it
? 'iiirersity of Mis
? : la tiouudsof that
. Mr. Hubard'ain
? of this statue for
* airing at purchase
rani on of the war aud
M su early period of it prerented
tnV ? of Ins plans. Kire
?.ever, one thesub
ebotOf one purchased
r?i is and placai on tbe
,^ ??' the Virginia Military institute
one purclmed by tbe Sute
? ?nd placed on the Stite
,;':? m lalaagb ; one understood
* ' ?'?? <ii,, ?nd one in houtb
'?' bl at I'Urieaton.
? ? "parad tb. tuuntltatloar
: , * B* noxt iaane tbe name?
- thai wrote th? Uon
''??? I'uttnl Mate? after the
. ? ?'??)? war, and oblige H. IL ?
^BB)tettiue?of tbe United 8taU?
?*? ?**? agraed on by tbe
?S** ?7W at Philadelphia, it ?a?
J "* ?"?no? id a eouo?ttat tor re
Tiaiou. Thie committee consisted of Wtl.
ham Samuel Johnson, <>i Coanectieut;
Alexander Hamilton, of New Torkl ??t.
?mor Morris, of Pennaylyania, Jarais?
kUdiRon. of Virginia, sad Kufus King,
Tbe work of wording the Constitution
wa? committed to Oorernor Morri?, end
he is entitled to the credit of fran in,: the
t*xt. See n?>t? to History of the United
Sutes Conetitution. by George Ticknor
Curtis. Volum? I., page 444.
Venn? of Milo.
To 0* Editor of Ihr NfieBjBa :
Please cive ia your to-morrow's iaeue the
height of the " Venae ot Milo."
Also state if the figura has arm? or not,
and if it was not unearthed in Greece and
supposed to be the work of Phidias.
The Venus of Milo is considerably over
life sita, though we have pot boon able to
find a record of its exact height, and is
armies?. NeitherLubke nor Schadow men?
tion? it? height. Tho authorities apeak of
it a? the most famous and beautiful of all
female ?tatu??, and tell us that the superb
moulding end niaje?tio proportions indi?
cato that the work ia not only ideal buta
representation of on? of thf? greatest of
the divinities. Its chsraotoristics as to
modellini:, ei.ireasion. and suggestion d;s
eociate i? clearly from the vulgar goddess
of the ?smeliamo. Tbo statue wa? found
on the is: md of Melos in lHit? and sent to
l'ari?. Tk$ peosple ??.? it the riamo of
x i.nt whethet eorreetl? <>r nit is a
matter that has earned a va<-t deal pf dis
T.?'-re is no cortainty as to what
divinltf it was intended for.
The name of the sculptor is also a mat?
ter Of great uncertainty. Hy BOSM tho
figure is attributed to Al?amenos, thu
Barati of Tl..dia?. There is. bowerer, no
sound support for oitbor this OOBtentloa
or for the claim that it is a eopyof the
s of AlcamoneA, of which we b?ve
liistorical trace, and which, it is sai I, fa?
the finishing touches from Phidias.
When the statue ?vas discovered an in
(?. -nption wa? found in the ??me place and
?leo tiikeii to Paris which rend: "A(;e?au
droS 'or Ah Taiidroai, ?on of Menidea, of
Antioch, on tho Mu ander, made this."
That inscription disapp? ared about the
timo that a strong effort was making to
identify -.ho work wi*h Irirrltales or ins
time. Antioch on the Minander was not
fooaded until -iSl H. C, and the Heavenly
Aphrodite, as the Venu? of Milo is called
ingnjih it from the more sensuous
Ignres of Venus, has all tho M
(ili dities of the art of the fourth century.
Ihe beet critical authority I
ssaigu it either us an original or a copy to
the school developed under Phidias.
I I'lrnu tli.i? of Jiurned Paper Money.
To f?w Editor of tlie JHxrxVcti .?
Piense state in your next is?uo if there
is a law by which tli9 Government of the
United Stales will replace paper money that
lia? been burned, providing tho owner can
pr.i.e number? of the Bi
By answering thi? you will greatly obligo
aeuheeriber. l.. 0. Al.
We answer by quoting from tbe Treasury
leas than throe fifths are
redeemed at tbo faco value of the whole
li?te when accompanied bv an affidavit of
the owner or other persons having know.
ledge ol the facts that the ?
tions lisve been totally destroyed. Ihe
sftidavit must state the cauto and manner
of the mutilation, aad muat ??? sworn to
an Isubeenbed bai>ore an officer qualified to
udtninister oaths, who must affix hia
oflicial heal thereto, and the character of
the affiant niu*t bo certified to be good by
sock officer or some other having an
I seal Signatures by mark |X) mu?t
be wittfO?s?d l.v two persons wii0 cun
Wr.te, at; 1 WbomUSt givo their plaOBB of
reeiden?a The Treasurer will exercie?
auch discietion under this regulation as
may seem to him needtul to protect tbo
: ?tateefrom Irani. Fragments not
redeemable aie rejected and returned.
Th? Free Bridge.
To the Editor of the JJui><itcti .?
I would like for you to givo nie a little
Information. To juilte from the'name
"rree bruir?" tho bridge wiw intended
fur the the public If so why
wae tbe ?1? trio ttailway Company allowed
to run care acres :t, jeopardizing the lives
of persons and their borse?, as it is gi ne?
rally ku'iw:i that a oountrv bora? Is mu ih
greener than the proverbial green country.
man,and it takes very little to scare hi in, and
when onoe aearod b? ia very bard to man?
age? Would ii"t a railroad from Rich.
mondt >P*tenbura have th?? rig!
ped the ??ame privilege? It would oet?
tanly be a much greater benefit to the
country people. Bv giving us a littlolight
ou tho subject you wi.
" Th" Bveateei good to tho greatest num?
ber" demanded that the alectn? curs
? be allowed to oros- Jamea river on
the Free bridge, ? bey now cross alno on
Mayo'? toll bridge.
Country horse?, l:ke city horses, will cet
accustomed to electric cars after a 1 ittIo
while. Wo trust that our country friend?
will try to bear with the snnoyauce until
that time 000 s.
Old aud New KtyU? of Datine.
Cbstrax Pi.tiss, FxArvABaa co., Va.
T> ".e Mattar of the DitpateH ?.
We cd.-brate ibe-id of February as G< n
etal George Washington'? b-.rthday and
th .uaanda of Intelligent readers of v.air
valuable paper (old and young) d ? aot
know that General Washington was born
on tbe 11th of February. 1732 (old style.).
Will voli i"? kind enough for the benefit of
?ho do not kti.w this fact to giro the
cause and date of the ebango of time?
i.cspeotfullv, Ac your obedient servant,
.). 11. M.
l'ope Gregory XIII., in order to |
the errors of the current calendar, puo
lished a BsTW one, in which ten days wete
omittod? October 5,1?H2, beeomiug Octo?
ber 15. Tho new stylo was adopted in
France, Italy, Spain, llenmark, Flau<Je-s
and Portugal in l.r?82, sud in Groat Britain
in 1751. lu 17?2 eleven days were left out
of the calendar?September 3,17W, being
reckoned as September 14.
Mr. John Smith, or John Smith, r?q.
Ik the tettar of the hi*mich:
Plea?e answer throii;h the columns of
your Sunday'? iesue which you think more
'i.usini-ss-iike inaddrensing an envelope?
Mr. -John Smith, or John Smith, F?q. F
Mr. John Smith, unices the gentleman
referred to is a lawyer or a justice of the
peace, in which case w? should write John
Smith, F.sq. This is the well-establiahed
rule in the United States, though of late
years the Ks luire has, through carolos?,
nee? or ign?renos on the false notion that
it i? more diAingniehed than Mister, been
used to a great exteut indiscriminately.
Moody, tbo EvanarwlUt.
News Fxbbt, Va.
To the Editor of (he Piepa'rh .?
Will von be kind enough to inform me
through your paper whether the evange?
list. Mr. Moody, is ?till engaged in, las
work aud where lie ??.
'Ihisiiueetiou was prompted by a state?
ment of an opponent of tempera?
Mr Moody bad retired upon tb? money
collected bv hi? preaching and had takau
to drink. An anewor to tin? will ereatly
Oblige A ItEAPIB.
Mr. Moody w ?till at work as sa evange
list and is a strict temp?rance man and an
enthusiastic toinperance worker.
Question? or ?tiquette.
Gin SiEisa, Va.
To the Editor of the IHsvatch :
let. Should ? lady or gentleman apeak
illst on meeting at ehurca ?
ad. Should an old or a young person
speak first at church ?
Please answer in yoor co'umn of i?ueriee
and Answer* and much oblige,
l?t. The laily.
?id. The old person. _
To the EdUor of (he Oi?vale^t
Would you kindly an?wer the following :
A. gives "11. a due-bili for ? M. Jose?
sai 1 due-bill and demand? payment of the
debt, saying he would give A. ? receipt m
lull of all deuten*? to date with ?
Would ?aid receipt etand good in law
against l??t due-bill r J. K. H?
ToCvrreepondent?: No notice Utaken
of anonymous oommnnicationa
The real name of the writer uiuit eocom
paay each query or elee it will not be no?
EVENTS IN GOTHAM.
ANOTHER BUDGETOF THE BIG CITY'S
NEWS FROM COCKERILL.
On? Thontanrt ?Ipe.rhi , Inline Night?Tha
Tilden KataU^??,???,000 for a Li?
brary?New Ynik and telarti bo?.
ftTorrmiponlen??of th? Klcnmtml DUDstrn.)
Nitw ????, November 7.?Tbe ImporUnee
With which th? Democrats regard?"', th?
campaign ja?t aaoaad is seen In the fact
that on Friday night prior to the election
700 speeches ?aart male in the ?late.
iArge as this record was, it was Waten m
Saturday, when 1,000 meetings were held
throughout the Sute. It is safe to count
one speech for each of these meetings, but
at some Of them perhaps two or three ad?
ii re-?os wore made by different speakers.
It lias been a long time aince New Vom
Las been so completely surcharged w.th
oratory. The Republicans were not great
lv i-tiind the benuvrata in this matter.
although Mr. Fassett made more sp
than any dozen men who wie stumping
with him. And the remarkable fati ??
that tie came out of the fight blithe and
th? tilth?.* tarar?.
!fbe trrsrn is still talking about the Tild? ?
Will. Ihis is because by the intent of the
testator the town was immediately inter?
ested in it, and so for one? ?n talking
about the fortune left by a private <
it w?a minding ita own basin eoa 0
themostremarkablethineecoiiiieef ? .
the estate is aoaroely considered worth
property was ap
! at ??,???,??? and to-day it i.? tair
? ma-ed at i^S.OlO.OO*). It bas in?
creased *?.(KH).f)0o in five years, and
peopla pretend to w?rnd*r how far
greater estates like ?he Astor and Van
derbilt propertiea swell, and keep swelling,
to such euortnons proportions. ?? ?
It ha? beta ?aid orar and over apiiin.ti.at
a ureat lawyer like Tildan Ottgbl tobare
known bow to draw 0 will. But even ? li?
ben had his doubts ou the subiect, and
submitted the will to a much greater law?
yer, </C<>nn>r, who expressed his dia?:n:?.
faction wdh th?? very bequegteo fau>'
drawn thut it has defeated the intent, as
O'Connor feared it would, lb-fore h? could
give an opinion that would have rectified
th? matter ho died, and then Tilden
died, evidently with-ut having Bin !e
the proper correction. In brief,
the faulty article made the will
Of the truste??, instead of the w.il
of th<) teatatOT, thu controlling power
in th? disposition ol the great De?meat.
s m oontrarentioo of t!i? statute
and so the will i, set aside as roui Bn!
by latest accounts the elty will get apart
of th?money. I nder the settlement of
i'e?s it now ainada, at loft by on?
Wbo died mie-naie, a niece, Mis. William
/.. Basard,ahould receivo one half of it.
or f?,???,???. But one newspaper make-,
the attrsragant atatamant thai
June ?h? ?lompromised with the ex
?onton tor *-'T?.iiX). leaving.!!??. rc:d of her
iu the hands of tho executors
for the purpose? of the trust. By the
n of the Court of Appeals the
*' ex >( utor.s" uro nowhere, f-ince Ultra
can be no exceutorH of a will that no
longer exists, hurelv this story or this
. of il Bead? Miino explanation.
ileunwhile tlie city is comforted by the
?attuano? that somehow, and through tl
?geney of lira. Hazard some (2,000
tbe property will be devob d to the publie
library winch Mr. fildi o ? bad to ?ire to
. it ibis is so it is to be noped
that the large and beautiful mansion on
I rey Park \uil become tin? library
building, it Las been ?loa*d aine? Tit
dan'? death or oeenjpled only by a k
und his biruily and is better adapted for
public purposes than it is for a private re
i-idenee. In fact, Mr. tUden evidently
plann? 1 it for a public pnrpoea
A loi riililAN Ct!-KBU?riOV.
Th? city didn'i gal tho World's Fair
mainly, if not wholly, through its own
built, and with the now oloaed Btate
paifc'ii th'-ie will be little talk about Hand
no weeping over it. Bat there is talk of a
celebration ol tbefonr?hnn?lredth ?nnirer
lar?.? uf tuo diaeorery of Columbus on tho
exact day?October l?ih?next year. This
willbeimlv a "? nrtoin-rftiaer " to t*ie rreat
Chicago performaaea in tue year follow?
ing. And iri'tn the programme of what is
promised bere it looks as if the thing j
iniL.'bt be just a bit t?>o theatrioal Th? I
principal feature is professedly ? pageant,
Mr. in.re Kiralfy, who has bail con
aidi rV'io ezperienoe in oataringto the ap
I ?.- the purely apeetaeutar, hi
orar to Spain to eat what can be collected
ia the \>u>- of costum?e, armour, arms.
Iirtiiners, rogali?, and general paraph r
na a partainia.: to tne time of Columbus.
Ji enough of tneeetrapeoan bo imported
to ri'?? out a procession t?> parade from tb ?
Batierv to < entrai Park. tin.?,, part of tbe \
programma will be fix??.!, it i? proooaed
to bait atleaat flra timea on the ?..y for
UnpraaaiTa eeremoniM m ?lu*tratiuu nini
eulogy of tbe " Great Navigator." But t
will require ooneidernble navigation to
i;et through with tbe remainder of th??
programma, which is to untai] in (Vii
Iral r. rk s monument surmounted by a
? -tatuo in bronza, wim-h is not yet
designed or ???? subscribr ?1 f?>r. Trie idea
of tbe whole performance originated at a
dinner, Oetober isth. whan a few of our
Kpanub-Amerit?an citizens met to cel??
brete the three hundred and ninety-ninth
anniteraary ol the landing of Coinmbus,
and vfiieu Mr. Kiralfy was preoent. G?
bim, naturally enough, the show buainaaa
occurred, uni it is understood that lie is
willing io undertake the entire manaifc
im-nt of iho performance next year. This
? ity like-, an oooaeioaal oUMioor and
?treat show, and if the performance
promise? to be a sip-cess the money will
be forthcoming. The crowds drawn into
town will more thau repuy the niouey
IHK season ron SOCIE1T.
It is gravely announced in one of the
"organs" ..I the Four Hundred that
"?lancingis the chief lora of amusement
in New York society." Ihis cau readilv
be believed. Society cannot bo amused
by tho opera, where society goes to chatter
ami mak'-? it*? it an intolerable nu.sauce to
cultivated people who pay their money
for the pttrpott of hearing the music.
Literature ?un have no charms for BOOiety,
whi'.-h knows no book excepting the ouu
vntt.n for Us special delectation bv
its " imtler." F.ven tho theatrea are at?
tractive only asa place to see and criticise
?he clothes worn aud changed witn each
act bv the actresses; or, as at the opera.
lor the display of society's own drees*.?
and diamonds. What can poor ?society
do} It can dam e. And the balls
are by no means the least lucrative part
of the butler's business M> Allister al?
ready announces thut he is planning
l'or New i ear's tne handsomest ball ?tar
Viven ?? New i'ork. It is io be " by
subaoription." All ot the entertain?
ments projected by MoAUieter, especially
Iba ?'ic-nice on hi? little farm near New?
port, ore " by subscription." For tho
threatened ball ho wants, to begin with,
ltw subscriber? at f 100 each, or jsIO.umo
enough to cover the supper, luus.c, rent
of either the M?-tropolitan Opera-ll?
Madisou-Suuarc Uardeu, and presumably
his wages. Whether or not society eelect?
M ad .sou-ignare Garden, it is suro to be
?leof many public balls, ?nd it is
doubtful if there i? a litiir boil-rooi? iu
ATTEMPTS AT AMA1EU? ACTlNil.
One of the funniest fads of society is : s
mama for amateur a< tin?*. Society is im?
pressed with the uiea that to dress stun
. look prettily, stand around on tho
stuge, recite a lew ea.?ily-learned hu..?
iroiu some commonplaee-play. and to
pretend that the performance is theatrical,
i? to act. The idea that acting is the high?
est of the arts, requiring first inborn
g.?i:ius, and then years ot study un 1
h.ird Work, is ????thine that docs
not occur to society. Not one of
the voung women or men who appear
us amateur "actors" would Tenture to
??.?? from marble a ?tatue or bust, or to
paint a great picture or write an epic?
poainj and yet anyone of tbeso things
would bt aaater to do than to acceptai ily
uet a character on the stag". The mo-1
uotoil, perhaps the most gifted, of all
..uiateur? of New York production is
Urs. Janna ilrown-l'otter, and she went
on the re?! stage only to make glaringly
apparent that she was not an ..
and uever would be, if she were
to try tobe tib sue was gray. Our ama?
teur? have made public tneiv programme
for the winter. 1 hey announce that "seve?
ral remarkably hai>dsoine youtigmen and
women will appear." It is not pretended
that thev know anything, even of the ele?
ment? of the art; but they are young, hund
si.me. will dress nicely, have a half dozen
?little one-act plays," the linee of which
th? y think they can learn between now and
D?cerner, when they propose to stand in
a row at one end of a parlor, say their little
piece?, and call the performance "aetiug.
During the past week the whole tomb,
.., Ion?* a familiar pomt ot visit in beauti?
ful lifverside Park, has bteu rnisud into
the air full ? ?ttwa feet and then safely
?SLVS V" But it take
to o-'llect ????>*.a*?>?0 or mor? nee.L-d
for the work. A portion of the money has
e?m raiM?d right here iu this town. Almost
?holeof the mono wanted to build tha
pedestal for th? Bartboldi Statue of Lit?
lrt?"w? ?ubeenbed ber?, and the very
&8? not collMtad in the city eame
rom the immeiTat* noinitv. Yet that a a?
hot a local but a national work. The
?tatuo wa? pr?sentai! by the republic of
f/anc? to the republic of the united
State?, ??,? s.w yor_ harbor was ?elected
?imply ?>ec?u?ii it presente'! the beet
?Iteonthe Atlanti- e,,?. for the ?Utue.
So the Graat monument ?hottld tie a na?
tional Work. The city was chosen by Mr?.
Grant as the moat appropriate pie??for
?he burial of tho man who was ber hus?
band and who is the nation's hero. Hi?
monument iwh^n coruHieted) will bea
Heene for patriotic pilgrim? from ?II p?rts
( f the ooontry, ?ml tnere is no reason why
'ad part?*? artonld not "ontribnte to tho
completion of a memorial which will be?
long to " all parts."
TUSLATX?? WOBXOr ABT.
' Great )a D.?oa of the E ph.-?: ens."
That remark was made some years a?.'??,
??na of New York, which surmounts
tho graceful tower ot Madisou-S<|Uaro
Garden, is al<ro great, it is a gnat work )
of art, designed by the dieting a
senlptot, Angavtns St. Gaulons. This
flying tigvr?. of hammered copper, gilt,
eighteen leet high, stands poi?oa ou one
foot on an illuminated crescent moon,
i? fourteen teet from tip to tip.
Though it weighs orer 1.000 pounds it will
move at the wind pressure of half a pound,
and ??, in fact, a gigantic weath'T vane.
? be tower we already consider the most
beautiful architectural effect m town, a? it
is i.v far tbe tallest. Talk of tall tower?;
From thi? elevation-the Tr?wir "tall
tower" down town looks like a pepper?
box, and the more pretentious glided
dome near bv like a pumpkin on tbe
1 ripeinnz in the sun. Stanford
White, the architect of this tower, has
erected for biiuse.f a magnificent monu?
I saw Mr. Jamos Gordon Menuett for a
brief period last Thursday. Ilia principal
business lure at toi? time is the unravel?
ling of the Associated IV?.?1! tangie. He
ha? a reverence for the old institution
which his father helped to found, and I
am pretty certain that his best endeavor?
will bo employed to reorganize and
strengthen it. Mr. I.ennett is m excellent
health. He Is as vigorous and alert and as
bright ?nd entertaining as he ever wa?. 1
am cure. He BBUmlahed me bv his fa?
miliarity with eveiitsh'-rein New lork. Not
an ineident of the past year has I -
him. He couldn't know the Bernas?* of
the graat town bettet if h'i had been
boardlag in the OHy Hall, 11? is an om?
nivorous newspaper reader? and with his
voluminous correspondence and his ampio
daily cable diepatehee Pan? is ?bout as
closo to New York for him a? New?rk, N.
J. Mr. lit ioni -it ? hair is a little grayer
than when he was last hore three years
ago. If anything he is a trille more
finking and distinguished in appearance.
He always dresses with scrupulous care,
never loudly, and he is as courtly as a
general of too old school.
It is given ont bere that William Henry
Smith ba? resigned the cenerai manager
Prees. I hsvealwaya
found Mr. riinrh an obliging and earnest
worker, ilo always eeotneif to me to have
at heurt the ii.ter*-t ? of the ?saooiation.
Several newspaper? have been good
MX uu'b to print ?he groundless rumor that
1 have been tender? I Mr. Smith's place, i
am a very busy and very well satisfied man
at t'nis time. If ? had tho qualification?
to ?ll tilt? placo which Mr. Smith had so
long and Bbl? bald I know where and how
1 could grow rich without one tenth the
worry ami responsibility that he ha? had.
Tho Davi? Miinnrrtartt.
Tj Ihr Editor of the Pispa'rh :
Will you allow a lady to sivawordiu
regard to the proposed mouum ?ut to Presi?
dent Davis 1
In the first ? lace, bv all nnans let th?
body be interred at Hollywood. In no
-pot throughout the whole South
could be found for it amore tilting rest
ing-plaee. To Inter it ou the i'apitoi
Square in tho very midat of the noise and
stir of the business part of the city would
sopear almost at sacrilege, and ?urely the
idea of making hi? tomb within the walls
or rounds of the Liar? mansion cannot ? s
Seriously ontertsinsd. In either ease
; ci,? would bo Bii uttor an.sence ot
that dignity and solemnity which
should characterize the surroundings
o? the tomb of oar great cbidtain. Hut
what more appropriate than the stiline??
'?lusioii of ihe beauuiul grounds of
Hollywood, where rest our (Confederate
? :id the sunny slope crowned With
tb? grav monument comm?morative ol
them and their heroio deeds? Here let
Jeffers >u Davis rest, on tho height over
l.i. kmg tl.,s silent camp of the"armv of
the dead," and where forever "the sorrow?
ful deep sound" of the historie river may
leak the stillness. Hither may pi?
? . ni resort, as to a Mecca, and .'eel their
heurts BtuTed and impressed us never with?
in til?) busi precinct? ot the city; and
hare, too, inurbi those who wore to him the
nearest and dearest be appropriately laid
to rest bv his side.
As regards the monument, is it not more
fitting, even though as a matter of is-.'?
merely, that it should be wholly apsrt
from tho tomb '. Lei it be a shan or pillar
areoted apon ilio most oonspicuous h'itibi
of the city?on Church Hill it may be. or
Chimborazo, or even on tiamblu'B Hill or
th? Capitol Square? whence it may b"
visible fmm al! point? and tbe ut?:
to greet the eye of the ?tranger in his ??
?.: aefa to th.. city fr.<m any direction.
thus marking the capital oity of the Coa?
federacy and the honor la which the en?
Btb holds Its great ch'.eftam, for
each of the southern States should eon
trii.uto to it? erection. Every person iu
approaching Richmond by either the ? ? r*r
or railroads muat have remarked tie?
striking and impressive appearance of our
venerable Capitol building rising iu its mas?
sive simplicity above the city end its ?ur
roumliug sea of verdaro. Let the monu?
ment. toJetfereon Davis tower high above
these?acrowu of honor to the city where
he once ruled as chief loader of a cause
widen he know to be just and a token to
his enemies that we still honor the memory
of the causa aud of its great leader.
_ R. A- W.
Mie for Hie Dati? Monument.
To the Editor of the lhtpatch :
Permit me space in your valuable paper
i to suggest as the most suitable piace for a
?monument to our President of tbe Con?
; federacy. Jsflersoti Davis. Extend Frank?
lin ?treot to the boulevard ruuuing from
? tho lieairvoir ?.id at tho intersection of
l the two streets sreei th? statue, under
, tho win^s of the Soldiers' Home and
? guarded by the old veterans until they are
! no more let the slatu? of Davis stand. By
that time a tru? history of the war will
! have made his name aud fame the pride of
our entire country.
The strauger driving from tbo Capitol,
where Washington's aud Jackson's statues
are. will have in view K. 1 .1,??'?. beyond
this Jefferson Davis'?, a little further on
A. P. Hill's, and then Jeb. Stuart's. Will
not Richmond thus make a monumental
andmaguihceut dnvo. J.C.
A t'ar.l from Mr. Uangerflelil.
To (he Editor of the Vitpatch .?
In the Dispatch of ye?terday I observe
! that in the report of the stalliou race wou
! by i uree 'Pipa, ?on of Sam Furdy, the
winning horse is atatad to have been bred
bv William Bass, of Richmond. I hred
Three lip? st Wran ? Nest, uear Harrison
' burg, Va., and sold him as a wesndliug to
Preatoa it.-iviu. I.so , of Hichmoud, hi*
! present owner. I utili own his dan.
In the Dlspatch of October ?, ?
doubt is cast upon the price t*10.>.U?U'
paid for the trotter Axtell when three
years oid. The cortiticatej of Colonel Con.
Icy and Hud Doyle that at the time of the
purchase %S'i.iKi? iu cash was paid and a
bond of *M).0)0 bearing interest wa? exe?
cuted and paid at maturity (.with #53,000
iu C?na) should ?et this matter straight.
F. A. Danoiju?uxo.
Culrieper, Va., October It, 18?d.
(Stannton Vindicator. J
No chairman of the party in the last
1 twenty-live year? has been placed iu a
j position requiring iu so great a de-free
strong common sense, judicial i ?
and profound tact. He has visited every
bection of the State, poured the oil of wise
? couusel on all the disturbed water?, pealed
differences where they could be healed.
and where they eould not be remedie 1
strengthened the hands of the Democratic
nominees ?o as to secure their election
over all opposition. The result ha? been
' that the Democrats have elected their
nominees tor ez-iry eenaior and etghty-Hv oui
of the one hundred meni bere of Vie ilovee of
?kiejate*. It is a feat of which the Chair?
man may well be proud, and the value of
which ia appreciated by those who hare
watched hi? work.
r.mlne.T Pinkerton Not Overworked.
CuasTBB, Va., November 6,1891.
lb Ms Editor Of the Ihejxi'ch .?
In your issue of yesterday Mr. James 0.
Hart, telegraph-operator at Moseloy ?
Junction, stato? that the recent collision
1 on the Karmville and Powhatan railroad
, wa? primarily caused by the employes, mr
! self among tue number, being overwork?
! ed. I wist, to say that ?o far as I am con?
cerned such is uot the case. I do not de?
sire Mr. Hart to come between me and my
employers, a? we can settle our sffairs
without his int-.-rfering. Respectfully,
I C. C. 1?.??~?t??, Engineer.
Oytteraaan'? Proiettiva l'ale?.
?a-????, Va., NovaxBxa 6, 1191.
To the Editor of the lHtpatcn :
There will be a meeting ot the Advisory
j Committee of the Ovsterman'? Protective
? Union of Virginia st Hampton, Va., on
j the lath of November. A full attendano?
I is earnestly desired. ?
Groans W. (tuts*.
Supreme Master Workmsn.
A VISIT TO RICHMOND
A GLANCE AT THE CITY AND SUBURBS
BY A LADY CORRESPONDENT.
0?r01<l?nd aVW ???????*?, MnnamonU,
ssatsatj th? r?lr, Publie Iruprovem-nt?,
and Sarrunedlnc? Well Notasi.
rOrMerxmienc?of tbe Kt'bmood DUtMitcO.!
????????????,?, V*., November ?.?Like
all f:iir-goers I was soon on the vestibule
limited travelling with cannon-ball ra?
pidity for the city of Seven Hills. The
coaches were packed ssrdine fashion.
There were only four persons for some dis?
ten'?.? ? ? the seat I ?occupied. Hsd tne of?
ficials of the road to ride in such cloee
qusrters, surelv they would provide more
room for special occasions, The travel
from Gordonsrille to Richmond is con?
spicuous only for broomsedge and brush
until you reach the Wickbam farm. I
passed the 1-ooming town of Mineral City,
which is certainly in its infancy yet. and I
could not cousoientiouslv prophesy of tne
?m ces? of this town, unless, like (fordons
villo. it arises to a new and better life. ?
traveller fr,)IT1 tbe mointain nosJtat at this
season of the year tbe more rapid change
of autumn's hues as he near? the city. As
I fa atad rrevilhins I he?rd veterans r?
calhng their war experiences and camp
life there, and I thonght of how few, com?
paratively, were left t?i point out old bat?
tle-grounds and tell tne part they played
in the ixist Cause.
Richmond, the monumental city of the
South is a historical oi 1 place, and afford.?
man ,? features of interest to tho traveller.
The St. John's Episcopal church, where
l'stnck Henry mede the memorable
anaaeb, "(Jive me liberty or give me
death," is a delightful place t? worship.
The peeuliar inscriptions on tho tomb?
stones ?how tin? generation of low dif?
f?rant were the epitaphs of their forefathers
r own, aud of the detects of aucient
literature. The old ?mall stono houso
wher?; yV'ftshiugton bad his headquarter?
during the Rev?ilutiouary war is pota tad
out with interest. Old Market Hall, where
Dr, Hog? preached such admirable s?t
uiuns. is looked at with pleasure. The
Monumental church, reared as a monu?
ment over the ashes of ?eventy person?
burned at the old Theatre, i? a grand
structure to the departed and for tho
bolo ?? t? atucs.
I siehed with rogret when I saw where
the old Llbby prison stood aud thought of
its removal and for what pnrpota, itich
mond must hold on to her old relics. She
is a biielu stir in the galaxy of the South
an?! must ? it diminish in magnitud?.
The resident houses ou Upper Franklin
and Qraae streets are deligh'ful home? to
pass awav life, lhe Queen Ai re and
Gothic architecture are more inviting
than tho s?iuare-cut stylo of modern inven?
oc? m? BTjiiJirN'os.
Tho Masonic Temple i? a grand and
handsome brick I nilding ornamented with
granita. The city Had is imnosing, beau?
tiful. and ?tatelv. The buildings around
Capitol Square pal? into inatgninoanoe bv
it. Erantha amallast aehiMl urehin. who
It daily, looks up with admiration
and astonishment depicted on his coun?
tenance as Bepsstm by thalast tima, it
is of granite, suostantial, ?'rand, aud glo?
1 be parks and the reservoirs are delight?
ful placest" get away from ttie hubbuoof
the city. Tbev remmd on? of the country
and it? environments. I be cemeteri?? ?re
beautiful euelusures to shop the last sleep
of death, especially Hollywood. Fvery
tnode of locomotion ?sse-m on the sfroets,
from a wheelbarrow to an electric car.
Th? inonuiiicuts will be ?a Important
feature iu th'3 futuro if Biehfnond I in ?
?re rapidly accumulating. Yinginta'< im
ui'.rtul sons will all be carried back to
Richmond some dav. 'l'Ini immeo
crainte ?haft going up on l.ibby ilillw.il
b? known from afar as a monument to ? im
soldiers and sailors. The many mona
menta already reared to the heroin dead
ar? of the best from home and fomign de?
sign? aud workmanship.
a souTHiR.N ?a?a:???.
As I passed tuo different pub!i?biug
luiu^es I wondered why so many inn;
were run up North-?? ? ? ieceeal illy -?- I
good m-rti.in if v'argini? m?terial,
Richmond had none. It is a draw-back to
her literary sacutcheon. A monihiy p??:.
oiiica! ouirht to be started at once and
called I'l/vi/ii'???. North or South could
? oi object to the name, for Virginia :
ed many northerners and many State??
sprung from her fruitful loins. If ? or
manv writers, who lave already gathered
bright laurels from fickle Famo'4 Uncertain
brow, woubl only Contri I ute something
gratis to give such a magazine a ?tsrt, it
would continue to gain -tr.-ngth and bea
successful literary enterprise.
THE ? AIR.
The Fair was pronoottoad a success by
all. Tho four corners of Virginia con
tributad to ?ha exbibita and tha four
cornei? of the earth came to sta, judging
from the crow?l, which was tsaid to be the
iargattatar in Richmond. The exhibit??
were varied and fine aaoogh t<> ? ili ase the
uioet fastidious. The racing w m exciting.
The balloon ascensi?.? was calculated to
make a woman nervous an 1 the hum bat?
ti? kindled the lire of patriotism in every
breast. The music was fine and the .speak
Ugg? ?<1. Everybody was plsased.
The noble river on which two cities
join bauds gained nothing by changing its
Indian name, 1'owhatan, to the civilized
name of James. Ail around the distant
suburbe of Richmond i? historical and of
interest to the tourist. The "Dutch
< rap," where Ren. Untier cnt a prominent
figuro, to turn the waters of the James, ??
ri'iw far. The " PocalnTitas Rock," wh?ro
tho noble Indian maiden protected the
bead of Captain .lohn Smith with her own,
is near. And the Seven-Pin?? cemetery,
which tells of tbe deadly combat between
bee aud McC'lallan, is joined to Richmond
by a dummy line.
TA?E IT i*.
Richmond ought to do everything she
can to incorporate Manchester within her
eity limits. Then extend her ?lorrain to
beautiful Forest Hill ?'ark. A divided
city is like a divided house?weakened by
th? division. ____?____
IlA*PDi*-SiDNsr, October 3.1, 1891.
To the Editor of th? Du&f "? t
Itv the arrival of a student last week
from Omaha the number of matriculates
in the college has now reached 11H, which
is one more than lait year and more than
Th? literary societies hare occupied their
beautiful balls in the new building and
are hard at work. The walls of the Union
Hall ?re adorned with portraits of ?ud?
men as Samuel Stanhope Smith, founder
of Trinco Edward Academy, out of which
the college grew ; Presideut Jam?? Madi?
son, R?v. Dr. Archibald Alexander, and
Bat, Dr. John Holt Rice. The Philan?
thropic Society, ani?n* others, has tbe
portraits of Professor charlea S. Venablo
aud Rov, Dr. M. D. Hone, and expects
soon to add that of Governor P. W. Mc
Kinner?all of them graduate members.
That of Dr. Hog? ia life-size and a very
fine likeness, and is a present from Mr. O.
F. Hrosee, of Raltimore. The old society
halls in the oollege building have been
connected by a door and converted into
the college library. The library consists of
aliout ??,??) volumes, and It ?- hoped U.at
erelong a tun 1 will be secured so that
reputar additions mar b? mad? to it.
The health ot the students and the com?
munity are unparalleled. Three young
men have left?one afflicted with nostal?
gia, one with sore eye?, and one with deli?
cate constitution. There it no complaint
amone those who remain, and they are
generally hard at work.
To the Editor of the Diavoleti :
The following entry from tbe Register
of Charlton Parish, Dover. England,
kindly sent me by its rector, Rev. Sidney
F. Oreen, may be of interest to some of
your readers :
"1777. August 11. The Reverend James
Marshall, a native of Frederick-burg in
Virginia," buried. R. A. lb
Richmond, November 2,1S9L
To the Editor of (he Dispatch:
A descendant of Colonel Churchill, who
married Hannah Harrison, a daughter of
Hon. Nathaniel Harrison, of Sari v, and
his wife, Mary (Caryl Harrison, who ha?
heard him spoken of as of " Wilton,"
wishes to know if it was the "Wilton"
near Richmond, long the seat of the Ran?
dolphs, or some other " Wilton."
Straight aa ? ? alking-Heam.
A ?eg ?aw I?till? world, Ila piala:
When on? end's ?town tb? other'? op.
Ono man ba? turtle and tampafne,
T" other bu water in bl? cap.
Of on? and on? you ean't ma?? four,
?ai ?tul tbe abcisllatic diuw?
Y**r after ?emu? ?,???? a? bla war
To inaia betn enee go a? al ?aac*.
Hickok? Mo. i. H. D. ft. rig, and Caro.
line Sun-Cured ore Pore, Clean, and Choie?
bun-Cured Tobaccos. Trv them.
Don't Give Dp
The nse of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. On? bottle
may not cure "right off" a complaint of
years ; persist until a cure ts effected. As ?
general rule, Improvement follows shortly
after beginning the us? of this medicine.
With many people, the effect is immediately
noticeable; but some constitutions are less
siMceptihie to m?dicinal Influences than
others, ami the curative process may, there?
fore. In such cases, be leas prompt. Perse?
verance In using this remedy is ?are ef it?
reward at last. Sooner er later, the moat
stubborn blood diseases yield to
" For several years, In the spring month?,
I used to be troubled with a drowsy, tired
feeling, and a dull pain In the small of my
back, so bad. at time?, as to prevent my
being able to walk, the least sudden motion
causing me severe distress. Frequently,
bolls and rashes would break out aa various
parts of the body. By tho advice of friends
and my family physician. I BwgBSJ the use of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla and continued it till the
poison In my blood was thoroughly eradlcv
ted."?L. W. English, Montgomery City, Mo.
"My system wa? all run down; my skin
rough and of yellowish hue. I tried various
remedies, and while some of them gave me
temporary relief, none of them did any per?
manent good. At lait 1 began to take
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, continuing It exclusive?
ly lor a considerable time, and am pleased
to say that It completely
I presume my liver was very much out el
order, and the blood Impure in coii?e<jneiire.
I feel that I cannot too liiphly recommend
Ayer's Sarsaparilla M any one afflicted as I
was."-Mrs. N. A. Smith. Glover, Vt.
"For year? I ?offered from scrofula and
blood diseases. The doctors' prescription?
and several so-called blood-puriflrrt Belag Bf
no avail, I was at last advised !>y a friend to
try Ayer'? Sarsaparilla I did so. and now
feel Ilk? a new man, being fully restored to
health."?C. N. Frlnk. Decorali, Iowa.
DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
?old by Druggl???. il,?ni?. VC? rlhfjat-. tile.
Many a life has been lost
because of the taste of cod
If Scott's Emulsion did
nothing more than take that
taste away, it would save the
lives of some at least of those
that put off too long the
means of recovery.
It does more. It is half
digested already. It slips
through the stomach as if by
Stealth, it goes to make
strength when cod-liver oil
would be a burden.
Scott ft Bownb, Chemitu, ? ?.?South gin Avanue,
Your drufgut ketp? Srolt's BBSW??B of cod-ltvar
oil -all drugget? every wo?? do. Si.
(nmbined ittt -ml ItftMftlf Power
TUT ABI AS iUANSl'Al'.KNT
' COLORLKSS AS LIGHT ITSELF.
fFrom Kx-Oovoni.r Ir.-Isn?!, of Texas.]
Mr. A. K. ttemktt:
,)e?xSlr,?It glveantrt pleasure to ?ay that I
have been using ?our gin??.?? foremen
web minti aatleiactlon. for cUaraess, iofMiesa,
aii'l for all purpoaea Uiteinl.xl, tiny are n.it ear?
va.te.i by any that I have ever worn. I would
mend tbem to all who want -t mperior
Kin?s. It?".pe?jthilly yonrs, Jons lar.land.
? th* ??-U'jvernor of Arkansas.)
Ilavtn?? Bead A. K. Bawkas*? Now fryottlllr.od
Lenite? for ?omo utontlie, I have fnuml them tho
Duesi glaset? I ever us*!. Simon P. Ili'.iiss,
ox-flovernor of Arkansas.
All ay..? fitted ?nd tho at gu?rante? <1 ai the
K. G. CABELL, Jr., & CO.,
A. K. IIAWKLH.
Len?-(.riii<llrii. Pleat, IV? Deeatur street.
Main unica and Balas Bff un, 19 Whitehall street,
Tor E::so3, Cattle, Sheep, Ecgs, Cogs,
300 I'nge Itook ou Treatment of Animal?
and ('hart teal trie.
erara. Fever*,?"ftiiKeMloua,Infla mmatIon
A.A. i-?i.iiial Meiilugltie, .Mille Fever.
1!. il..."?inline. Lami in???, Itliruniiillem.
(.('.-.Illatemiter, .\a?al IMeeharges.
D.D.--?lui? or l?rube, W ?riti?.
K.K.?t'iiuglie, Ili-ave?, l'nrr.ioonla.
Kl/.?1 olio or (.ripe?, bellyache.
U.U... .X mar l'Indo, llcmorrli.ig?-e.
ll.ll. ? t riuary und Kidner Illaeaaea?
J.I. ?G.?-????? ? ??? lllaeaaee, Mauge.
J.K..-DI?ea*e? ol Di.i.?llou, l'arulyel?.
Single notile lover.?dosati, - - .00
Htable Case, with ?r.erlftre, MamHL
VetrrluAry Cure Ollan.l Medloator, 97.00
Jar Veterinary Care UH, - a 1.00
Sei? ky I)r?f|l.i?i er ?.??'. ar?f?ld aajirkir* ??d la i?r
?gum, ea r*crl|il ?f ark?.
la me '? yeara. Th? unir ??:<?..?????-il reia-v!, tur
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
and Hrun'ratiun, froru over work or other cai???.
? ? i<?r vial, or i ??!? ?nu ?a??? vial ? jwder, 1-it Si.
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?OUN?EO 1*1 IS64 by the ?ve?-nt ciccati r
ln-nl inrrr??i-d anni?! ?tte?
IS for ??.sestine TOUNO MI'N ANO VA
? YEARS of ountlua.iu? ?ad saccesa?ul sasasf?
N?)W ?vcni?rl?* fiturbulldln???SUmla qnrWal-d la
for aa?-'?*?? in ?If?. In derlJinf, ?;.?a a
??? iiiiirtiin vi?" 11'wk ??'? -? - a *\%. ? r? ."? mr ?? ?.??*?>? aw? ? ? -.----?-?----?- ?. - _
' r their children. PARENTS ahould ?end thee to THK UK.ST. beran?e It ??t?. It
- iv re ? ?',ret*.?et;i??iilitiireof?f?wd.>ll?T? more at tint, hut It w! Iprore therheepeuln ***???
CHEAP ItHtton !? vrry d?ar. becaime It m?an?? ????u teaeber?. ?trap ?tirroiiodlnR.i. Inferior faeil
'f POSITIONS ^f lf* pnP11? snd rradaat??.
Thl? Iu?titiitloa, ?wing to IU H ICH atMidvdof ?irrite?. <?, ha? pT? rd ta il??.ir?t>.? JrO? tl'.n? mor?
youns; men ??? womfufmui Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina,Boat? Csretlnasa
it re, a ini i.fTrra NO Oliportnetti?*? fot ?*'
Thi?Iii?titiit'ou, owIdkIo lUHICH ?taridi_
all eitiiilar lii?ititutiou??om)iiufiL Catalogue ??1 particular? mailed oa appllrttlon.
A' !-r?., W. H. SADLER, President, and Founder; or ?. A. SADLER, Secretary.
RUSINES3 COLLECE, 0,8, IO A 12 N.Charlea St., BALTIMORE. MO.
[au ??is-e?)d3!.Uriel 1-wtlm]
W*% CHtCHE8TW8 EnOLIXH, RlO CROSS
VHt QNieift??. Aril) QCWUINC. Tb? naif ??G*.
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.-.;.? ?lili .??? ri.i?'i. IKth? a? ?thar klaA *<V**
ft. rln? ?G?,?;???, tra luflHW
???. la ??ir- . ?. tra-iaieuMi?, x,?l '?Keller tor .._
CHiCHtarc? Cmkmicai Co
I ?? it,?, r'n? ?r???;?,?. w? jaaforaH? ??????rrfrli?. ?? ???-?,t???.??
< ?. ;?a iniettimi?, ?,?i '??>????G fur I.??It.-?,'? I? lanar, "
???? bjr ali I. aal IrrafaUU.
m? S-?i t'all.M
Hielt l?HitiUeheand reliare all the'rouble? Inel
ii.-nt to a toll?n* ?tate <"<f ihn ?? ktosn. auch as
DUa_?BBS, Naiixea. Droweiu?*?. Metro?? aft.-r
eating, l'ala ia tue SMe, A e White thwr mo?t
rvxaaraable booms? ha? heen shown, in curine;
Jleadaehe. yet Carter's ?.t-rrt.r. I.rvrs Prua
are ???????? relnahl? m Conatipalioa, ourlnu
nii.i prerenti?,; this annoying complaint, while
they alto correct all ????roer? Of ??*? ?loniuch,
?timi/late ti.o liver and reg?lala Uta uowe.a.
? ven U they ouly e? red
Aehe they would be aiment ? n-rtee? to those
who ?ufTer from this (l.?tr.'??in?? cnrnplalnt:
hut fortunatelv their goodness dies not end
here, and those who owe try them will hud
.hese little pilla valuable in ??> many ways that
.bey will not b?. wili.ng to do without thorn.
out after all ?ick head
tl thehane of no man ? Urea that here Is where
we make our great boast. Our BBSS cure It
while < ? re?? do not.
Caa-nra's L_RLB Livia Paia an? very ?mall
and v?ry ea?y to fake. One or two pills make
a doe?. Tuey are Btriotly vegetable and iio
net tcripe off purire, but by their gentle action
plea?? all who nwi them, lu v?ala at 12ft cent?;
five for fl Hold everywhere, or sent by uiaiL
CAITZ2 eiivs.zrz CO., Htw T?g.
Sa_JF?L hd Jim UMt.
THE NEWEST SHADES
THE LATE5T STYLES
THE HOST DURABLE
THE BEST WORKHANSHIP.]
Every pair jruaranteed.
None genuine unies* marked ?? *P.*.
A BRANCH OP THE BALTIMORE
?I ILDINU AND LO\N ASSOCIATiON OP
????.??????, CITY, MD- haa been organiseli la
Hie?moi.d, Va., with Ute following- ornear? and
T. WILEY DAVIS, Pra-UUmt.
JOHN P. VU)HD, Treasurer.
T. 11. PO? EIL. fWrotenr.
M. L. SI'oTSVVooy, Alternar.
?. ??1?? DAVIS, l'OLK MILLER,
F. 1'. WINSTON, .S. J. Dl'DLBT,
W. T. ?UlOOT, UK> ?i.K W.M.VTO,
J. M. TlloUl'MjN,
l'UBSTON ?ELV IN,
U. ii. ?oiJDAK.
IT IS BUTTER THAN A ?AVISUS HANK.
BETTER THAN ? ???? LOAN.
BETT UK ???? AN ??8? RANCI I'OLICT.
Hin SU THAN KAILKOAD Slot's,.
BK1TLU THAN i.nVKHNMKNT BOND*.
BETiEKT.IAN \AH \I. IUTLD1NO ASSOCIA?
Because the Profila Are Larger, the lineasse
titnalUr, and tfafaty Creator.
BICAUHK THE HOK?OViERS DO NOT DC
??? HALT1MOHE baa no tosarance pia? or
auttiao feature wtieraey It may tat braaeh?. Into
liability or in? i.?n ?. < orna aad as? aa.
BOOk? A HE Ot'LN POU hl BaCRiPlTON AT
A. L ('\VKN,U?B?ralAa?Bt,
11 '.? aurta aUsvaata street,
A ?It my ?aenr? for W. L. Onu?!?? ???*?.
If nif lor ?ni? In i'iar place a?k V???*
.'?? .?,r io "? ".I for ?,?????????-, ??rrur? ItM
?|t-u< r, ?nd ?et lliem for ?uu.
????? NO *l W>1 HVT)i. J?*
W. L DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE cNTf??
HE IEST SHOE IN Ihi ?ORLO FM THE I
It I? a team ????? ?????. ?run i. it.v.k?or wai t:
THE IEST SHOE IN THE WOULD FOf! THE I
It liaaeamliMiiti'??. wiih ?. nackter wai
tu ?uri the feel; mad? ?if th? l??*?t fin? calf, at,
au,! ? i?r, and bco.uM v* make mur* ???*? a
grade than a.i, 'i'her mnnnfuriurtr, it nqaal? I
' h,i.i?, entine from ti "'!'??<. W?
III? (.?huiii?? llaud-aenrd, tb? Sn.*?? e*df
? ?>.<io ev?r ?.?G?-??.? f.r |MU; ? ?Uftl? Krwaek
lin?i<irt?d ?ini?? *????"1? ??.?? fr? ? &.?>?>$\?a%\
' 00 llaiiil-'?? ned Urli ??hoe. flu? ???,
at y I tal?, ?? nif..rt?lil?? aad durable, tlql
r off? red ?at iM? price ; ?nw ?rad? a? ees?
adi* ?ahot??.?:??.?tini frulli fi.Ou tuffa?,
",0 ?fuiIre Hheei ? ?p i-r?. Rallmad t?m
? aid l.?a?u-r? *rrlcr,?ll wearlhum-, flnaeott.
iili-i?, auiimiu H.llil?. ??????y tbr?*? ?ola?, ?at???,
? ?.Ige. <???? | air will ?.-?? a,r>ar.
?&9 ???? fliir.calft n.i ua>'i?-raii?_>e?T<ir?MNt?aat
?G?_t?*?t ?G??.?? a??l 1 ?Tr?1????G Th?"><?? w??
ige. <-n?i |.,-.lr will w.-Mi aicar.
??li il ?ir ?-nifi no br'-.-r ali????
??u)???? lui? jirli- : oli? trini will convine? tho?
?bl want?, a ???>? f.?r ri.'nfnrt ami ?.Trtoe.
h??o |???? th.-iii a tria! will irr? ?aoiKliarmak?.
EtAvCi t*.no ?nd ti.?l ?.tumi abo??? ara
DVjR woin liyth? I* ynivrrywher?; Itia/SWB
?.u Ihelr merit?, a? Ib? lti?-r?Multi| ? .1?* tbow.
1 ?rliftC^"1'? lland-eewed atoe, basi
taaUlLO 1 .ru?la. .. rv ?lylUli; r-iuall /rawah
liiil?>r(e<i ?1???? ?-miIIii? f ? <??? ti ?' tu a?.??'.
l.adlea' ?..??, t'4.0rl und ?l.?,? abo? ft*
BUacaerethi li ?t fin? l>.r lula. Styluli ?u.l.lnrabl?.
< auilnii. ?., that \v. !.. Omita?* mid? IM
prie? arecMii.pf ?i on tbe h /'t> m of ?a? u ?ho?.
\ 1.. OotJiiLaH, Jtrocktoo. M???,
Hold br J. R. ooons,
if ?-WAH-Soui II KI.LI.lt a eu
Mrs. Davis, 717 ?.
St., S. \V? Washing?
ton, D. C., writes: "I
A. B. C. Tonic to all
suffering from Chronic
Catarrh. . It has done
me more good than all
the doctors and medi?
cine I ever tried."
Our hook "A Treat;?? en Dlteetee of the B.eoe* eeajs?
ta:?.1-a t<5?'<^oaul* and lui a rechen? aiM?a ?
?. ?. C. ALTERATIVE -told b/ ill Oru,|i?U te* (ijm
?botti?, or ? ?tir 15.00, .?<>'?t ?(??*??? <Mreeefi|
d ?rice. A B. C. CHEMICAL CO.. ~
Box ?21. UfA<aeeA\tB4
a H. BOSHEB'S
oi victoria?, at ?
BL'OOIEB in ut? Houli?,
lari,?? nuuiber ol GENTI
(AKT? ta odor? aad to telerai .
Call and eoe na bet?re ptUwaaBBtaa; etM
Agattte lor th? oeletwaiett larnajiI
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