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TM IICHMOND DISPATCH.
aXt TU DISPATCH OOMP?NT. - a The DAILY DISPATCH I? ?ellri-w??? to ?jabtwlbera at FIFTEEN CENTS per W?*?*? rrarahla a? the carrier weekly. Mailed it R? ?er annum; S3 f??r mix ?month?; tl.lo for three month?; Wo. lor ane month. The WEEKLY DISPATCH at fl 1?? saatua. The SUNTlAY DI8PATCH at AIM vet uinum. or The. for all months. Subecription? In ell ca.?*? t payable In ad Vance, ami no neper continue?! after th? ?iTPiratl??n af tbe tlm? peid for. Send Kt??->?hce atoney order, checat. or regle *? letter. Currency e??nt ?jy mall Fill ?>? at tbe rtak of the aender. (hihtcrlbera wishing th?lr ?eoetafflee changeai mu?t give their ola ae writ ae their near ***ost efflce. Bemi'ie epic? tree. ADVEITTISINO RATES. I ' HAU"* INCH OR L.KS&. I time .e. g i time.t 100 I tlmea . 1 W J tlmea. t ?? tt time? . I?* I month . I ? I mnnthe ... . ? ? 8 usines* ?t-ants . i-?? ranted munition? (25 word? or lete) M Reeding i.otlcea In readlni matter type. arre linea or leas. 11; la nonpareil iead-i. the. Card of rates for more apace furnished ta appi ice tlon. All letters end telea?ame mu?t be nd ?Vetted to THE MfPATCfl COMPANY. Rejected (tommunicetioiia will not be re? turned. G?-TOvVN OFFICE. CA EAST BROAD BTltEET. \\ l-IT-RND OFFICE. PARK'P?ACE PlIARMAt'Y. I'.elvl.lere nnd Main street?. manchester office, i20i hl'll ?street._ BINDA Y.AUGUST 12. UM, The Situation at WaBliintjrton. Another aa???? k ha?? i?:i?Betl am! still the tariff hill I? besag up in the committee <>f ?ronfrren??. There it stick?, and all ef? fort? t<> pat It down-that is, ti? pasa <>r kill It. hav? failed. Meanwhile, the buti? nes?? vai: 1 groans and politicians look gloomy. V. tati ? Mr. Hill renewed his motion to i>*t I . evpr.sslon of opinion from the conierr. ? ? as ta their trouble, but it fail?! 1 ' a parli.im.-ntHiy marioitivre, Whf-P-i thi Vice- President cast the (]??. fldlint* ve? against the proposition. Mean? while, ?alt?, the consent of Speaker <*rl?;? and ll.e House ci-inrern-.'S, a caucus <?f I)e:n ? House members l,aa been called lo meet to-morrow. ?near*1:,, & crisis Is hearing. Ther?? |a a rum'.r curr? nt thnt the House f*?ni the President will accept the Senate Vili and make It a law at it Is. ? ith the ??;?? ' .'? ?? that ?'??tur. se will instantly jBror"?? ? t>? Bjaajaaata Mila to aatead th?? Items reietta?; to siiK*?r. coal. Iron, etc. There i? plausibility In ?his BCheme, Lut to f-lve 1t success the Hous?? must _?I the bill fret as It stand?. The Louisiana e ? nators, ierevrarned of any such pur? pose, would kill it if It went bi'k to the t"? m again. Thera is ?ito some talk of r itp ?ntac t' ? who!? tariff gu?'?:?? ? inni the wtater gesaton ?>f f*on*rress. bat aa should not think Ibi menil.ers nf fir? HottM vv ?! 1 ?i,-r?e ti any nel ptoi?oalttoa? Already th?? ?,ir? of th?? Beaate, s > t > speak, have been visite 1 upfn many re|,ree, ntatlve??, who have Boaght renomlnatlon. ami con? tinued ? naiti ?i WOUM he disastrous In the extreme to many otbere, it va ui ? ie? rar better to eaael th.? Ren ?tf? bin into law tbaa to iearm the coun? try In Its pr-?ent in!?.iy m ? h longer. li. ].?? I, but f.r ih" db '"Ut th? ?lo?nirs of the mgar truel Ibera ? ?? bava beea very little outcry aKain?t the m? ..??p??. Th?? anger achedule ? confi???. ?dly "'a .bili..;, metter" to hindi", und, ???. ari baia often Bald, it would be w? it to let the auger rinc hav.? Iti "Innlnga" now end r.ttl?? with ;t BaoUMT ?lay. 1 ?iiuhtl. m the coming week?the next forty-? ight hour?, perhape -ail] sett!?? tha fate of tba t.uiiT bill for thi.? aiMtoa, if Dot for y? ?r? t coni". The Oliatine; of the CoxeyiteB. It r? ems to u? thai Governor 0*FerraU Ana in m ??? l th?? Coxeylti ima.-ioa wiui A ? 1 ?? ?: I, In tl.?? beginning there were about a tboaa nl of tba beggar? camped upon Virgtala territory, Bear Withingitte eltjr. Hein? wartif?d that tur State luthortt] t ?Bowl I no 1 ??? r tolerate tin Ir preatnca, the majuilty of them withdrew aero-s the Pi.t'inae; but the others, soni?? two himdred and fifty in numher, refused or r\. . a ?1 to move. Adjutant Hen? nl Anderson read thetn the QoventOf*a pro? cluii.ition ordering Iban to ?b-part, hut th-y ware not to be bet In motion by W??r Is. Tba*/ were not verjr l?ellli-er?-nt: they Blnndy declined to fitlr. The feet la, tiny. did not kno?/ where ?? ga Everywb?ra the i.iillce were traltlng to drive them on pr 1 M. th? in up In hou-.-s of correction. In thla ? ?n? r.reii.y, three mmpnnles of our troops "?vere ?'plere.l out. The gov? ernor was resolved that our laws should G ?t be trea'ed with ?a.ntcnipt, especially nfter the local civil authorities ha I nhown to much forbearance toward? the.?.? trains?.?. The (Oxeyites demanded "a show of force." and this <".???, ral Anders.??, u - comm-vdate 1 thera with, uft.T which ?ley arere fain to sh.il??> the dust of Iba ?-?id Dm ?don from their f..t. ??,. ;??? would not nave been called upon for t?os gui lent but the io ..?. aathoriti?? seemed jK?aa?. rless to .1. a! va ith th?? In? vaders. Reaalti go to show tint we bava rid the st.it.? of these pi-us with ? Ing dignity, and at no gnat expense. If the Qoveraori of Stat?? throuiih whhh th.?.? paaaad aa roate to Waahlngton had ? ' 1 with tin- liriunesH and ?!? ? I ?? ?, ? : ? "f (?'?'G??.G t>'l''eriiill Unse fellows would leur bava gotte? lo Washington, and the country w.nil 1 hav.? beea saved a aaajjrraet rul ir? i tant in its htst.ry. i? area w.ii tbat Oo*r?arfraof Offertoli ?et forth In his pit.clamattou that these "ln <flu?-.riaK" bad baaa oKared work to do In V i. -ui an! th.it th? y r.rutetl It. ThtB It..:? ui? :it. made art? r cat'rul InvestlKa tl":i by ih,? Attorti'y Geni-ral uni ? I fetaat Oeaaral :? * 11 .?ttnrs, exhibit* the Intruder??, not In Ih?.? Unlit of m? u laaaiaaj Vark, but as men who declined to earn t i:??l m n:y boaaat and t.-|'? til..? raajr, Thahr aaay waa to baaj, inll^tar. and tteal. and thu.? *_a*a bad ???-oiue t? i rors In the toinmunity atlli.ted by their l ? ? nee. The Jefferson. That Is an iMliraateai article which we print <?? paffe 1 of to-day's Issue, taserlp? tlv- g| Th.? Jeff? ? ?"ii our new hotel. HI? hmond s ambition to have a fine v. ?? Rafl h??t.l h t"iii(? full/.."! with a ahaaaa <?f mannnymiaaaa never dr.-ain-?! Of by our pea.ple till lately. The bulldliiK 1? an an hltt?ctural gem, ?t.d Ita site is In th?? fashionable resi dence ctntre of the city. It will hav? roof gerdme to adi tu ita atta-?iti?ns duriiiK th?. suminir. and Uli tower? from whiih guetta may at all bcbbohb of the y?*ar "vl*w the landtcape o'er." while the |,ian-, f,,r rurtilshliig end "ruunliij;" the lu.t?i are on tu.h a ?cale ae will eun-ly draw to It a very desirable patronale. The buiidcrs of this hot?l. with a in ?.;? m>? not u?u,il in ihe*e dayt, have not sought to p.rt??-tuate th.-lr own nain? s In it. but have call?! It after the author Of the Itac4aratk.il of Independence, who?? efllio- in inarbl.?. from the banda of Valen? tine, will ad??rn one of It? ?lately hall?. "Ja-fferao'i" wa? doubileaa auggested aa ? auttable name by the fact that tbe wett? ern line of tlie hotel lot la bounded by Jefferson eti? t. la that aeetton of tba eity name? of greet men fie?iuent]y ??. pear ia ?treet name?--thu? weet of First ?re bare Fouefaee, Adirne, Jefferaon, Madl. ?on, Monroe, liiary. eto. But It 1? mor? than doubtful If Adama street woo named nfter l"r?*?l?l"nt Adama. It !? more proba? ble that ihla name waa given It In honor o? our early slayer Adama Certainly Fcuehe* atreet wan named after a local celebrity. Richmond, by tho way, probably baa the oldest hotel In thla part of the coun? try. The corner building of the 8t. ClsJre te ol nearly even age with our Btate Capitol, it waa first known as the Wash? ington Tavern, and after the Wa?hl..,?rton monument waa erected It woo called the Monument tor Monumental) Hotel. Since then It has had various names, and addi? tions have been made to the buildings from time to time, but It has never ceosed to ?. ? hot?! or boardlne hou?e. If wa except that period of Its hlatory when It wa. used by on? of the bureaus of the Cor federate ilovernment. "The ? wan Tavern'" Is perhaps of "equal sntlqulty. but long aaro It cenasti ta be used aa a hotel, ond its very nome ls now un? known to the majority of Richmond peo? ple. Few who givo a glance at the two-story frame buildings at the north? west corner of Rr?>?td and Ninth atreeis know that they aere part of a hostelry which wa? very famous in the days of stogo coaches?days when John Randolph drove luto Richmond In gr<?at ?tote, with hi? coach and four. an?l when gnsnss und knee breeches w?re "all the fashion." WnSB we took ot "The Swan," or what is left of It. and then at The JaMotOOO, w? have an object-lesson, showing what d1fT??r?-nce a century makes In the history und habits of a country like ours. The .Jefferson, though ll will not be Baisi) -? for several months, already pisases the epa greatly, lt Is good to lool* upon. What lo more. It .?11 revolu? tionise apper Main street in the nonne. ?if a rew years. Rualricsn-houses ere sure 10 rather about the hotel (Ml Main Bts*e0*, arid lo, make way for th? f- the priva e residences now to be found there will l?e ??.;?? ? i?> ilaappiai la the sonrna <>f time. Main street will be occupiitl hy business-stands westward to Monroe Park, l'n the other hand, the construction of tii'? Franklln-strcct front of Th?? .1? BerSOB, and the location of the ports SBChSTS Je?Terson Stsnet, Will save Franklin .tre? t from invasion by ansinoti bOBBSB Wo SN no reason why Franklin ttrttt ahould be much Injured In its privacy a? a ritta] street, ee|?eclally as lt ls the well-known purpose of the hotel company to malie the Kriinklln-srr" t entran??? SS privat.? as possili,?. When The J? ff-rson Is finished, It will be ????? tha? the streets about it aeed s anod deal ?>f repairing aad 'fixing up." ani tills nn know the city will vry cheerfully do, so that the building's BUI*? rouadlags may be lu keeping with Its own slegane. Ch.racterietically Englleh. Owing to the excited state of th* public Blind In Bijrope over the gtssssl noUciu of Caraot, the attempted assaasl? nation of Crisp?, and tbe other Anarchia! nutrnges, the brilliant captor, ?f ? ? - naia by the Italians In the Red Boa Uttn? rul Uid not at the tlm.? attract the oticn ti"n It would otherwise have done. Now, however, that the Anarchist ex dtement baa soineWhnt subsided, the Eng Iah papera are bringing the event t? the front in a very chara.-t. riatto and ???,? inalili? r. While complimenting ths Italtnna 'Vii?-Vri's good frlei I as tiny put it, ?,n their prowesn tin? ars reminding them that Italy Is Operating in that quarter practically by British license, nnd is under artlclea to return Kar*ala t?> Egypt as aoon a.s the latter is ready t?> hold it. Egypt in this connection means Creat Britain, and the Blgnlftcance and auggeet Iveneas ol the tone of the English presi ? this mi'.!? 't broad? ? ?Itati it is r??? all? ? that KSBSSlB la at once th key to Upper Egypt, Abyssinia, and ths BtMidaa, The Income Tax. Th? northern Republicans ur? seeking t?? mik?? ths proposed bteome-tns a sec ti il ? i ?--. T h y fa ??? to solidify the t tv? ''loyal Btat? -" against this li:? ? nie, anil? thus put down tu- liiin , cTiti?? iiirty. The Cincinnati Commercial, however, in discussing this subject, glvea such good reni us why there ought t.? ?," an hi? .un,--tax, though these reasons ate given in an article Intended to be s bitter attack upon such a tax, thai ?e \?,ii re? peal BOBM "f Close reasons. FUSI ihe South has) paid, and ls pay? ing now, mor?? than her share of the cost of putting down the "rebellion." Bl ID I. tin? Booth is paying pensions to northern soMlers snd receiving none for in r soldiers; and little or none ,?f this pentlon money ls spent in this section. Third, an income-tax can be made to yield more than a hundred millions ol dol?ais ? year, varly all of it to be pai I by northern plutocrats. We are not sure that all northern min will consider th*M insuperable objections 10 an Inforna 1st. A Sham??. It has been Stated thai sum?? of the members of the First Rtglmtnl who were Munin?,mi to ??? ?ui tin? expedition to t; enlya to eject th?? Cox?*?yltea were giv? ? by ther cui],i,,?, ?s the choice between obeying the orici of tV? Qovemor ami losing their situations. if this be true it la Indeed, a hardship ui?oii the yonag men in question. Hut. aside ?|-?>m that, it would bo well for the employer t?? consider that ths Inconveni? ence he experiences from the absence from his pool f?u- a few ?lays ?if an em? ployee is u small matter compared w?h ??hat he m iy ?,?? called ??;->?n i,? suffer 'f the military la not kept upon a guod baata Delegato* to Stata Conventiona. Th?? K.-.iutioii passed by the gtnte Con? velinoli ?. iu.iine. that delega! ? U future conventions v? itlscted all over the Btate on the sain? ?lay |a meeting With warm en.lu-? in t 11 la a ? ?form in UtS right direction Atlanta ?tournai. At Brat blush, this resolution would seem to i? nnohjrrt tonatala n ? baas. upon the a t.mptlon that all dtttgattS tO State corn? iti mi on :ht to be < hoseB upon th?? atmt day b? caute all Important law? tul elections an- held ea tt??? nassa day. Ths Federal Coantltattaa provi?!.?.? that IB "f i'tesli? nt uni VU???-!'!---?';?!<-:,t shall be cboaea on the saiae day through? out th.- United states. Bat the render win have observed that In Virginia county meatlufi to elect detngatea to congre? aao? ?:1 district conventions are all, or n?a?rly all, held on County-Court ?lays; and thus a much larger aiien.laii,??? u|??n th?? eounty BitntlBgs is gee arid. Bo that the "reform" which our Atlanta eonteni I*>r?ry advocates might not prove t>. be ,? t.form ct all in Virulilla; for if It Is Wise to choos? delegates to (vrii-re?s!o!ial district convention? on the several Coun? ty-Court days, It would be wise thus to eleel delegates to State conventions. We have received the first number of the Rath HeW*, a Democratic wekly, of which J. Cray McAllister Is the editor and publisher. It Is to be issued at Warm Springs every Thursday. Mr. McAllister I? a competent Journalist and takes especial pains to gather and print 1MB. news. Many of the weeklie? that come to ua are "?lead fallurca" In this respect. They fill their columns with clippings from city papers and pay no attention to tli?? hundred and one local events which could easily ??? written up. Rath county ought to take pleasure In supporting such a sheet as Mr. McAllis? ter's. The Confederate veterans of Rath coun? ty will meet ot their court-house on the 14th instant to orgmilae * camp. The Rath N? *? BtJMasieg . list of vete? rans now living In that county, ao fwr as It could be mode out with the aid of throe or four old Boldlere, Sleetln? U. ?. Senatore by tha People. It la e algfilflcant fact-e faet over which Senator Hoer and other senator? will exult-that the North Carolina Demo? cratic State Convention of Wednesday last, by a vote of ?? to 518. declined to provide for holding primary elect!??!? In th? leverei counties of that State tn nomi? nata candidat?? for I'nlted fltatea gg_g? tore to aucceed Messrs. Ransom and .larvi?. Tbe people of North Carolina thus In effect declined to take the electlona of I'nlted Sutes senators out of the handa of the Htate legislatures. We do not Bay that thi? result necessarily foreahadows the defeat of the propoae?l amendment to the Federal Constitution providing for the election of T'nited HlateB senators by the people; but though we favor th? amendment, we muet admit that that re? ault will be arrepte?! aa Indicating that the people of North Carolina at least are not greatly concerned on th* subject. The proee?s of amending the Constitu? tion Is a slow one. Two thirds of both houses of Congress must vote for any proposed new article of amen.lment, and then three fourths of the legislature? Of the several States must ratify It. Or, If the Constitution is to be amended by a convention to be held to propose amend? ments, tiiese aniendm'*nts must Btlll be ratified by the legislatures of three fourths of the ?tatea, or bJT conventions In three fourth? thereof, as the on? or the other mod? of ratlllcatlon may be proposed by Congress. It Is worthy of note that no provision is made for calling a national constitu? tional con ? ntlon to frame a new consti? tution. This fact is another proof that the f;ith? r? of the republic never intended the I'nlted ?States to be a "nation'' In the sen??.? In which that word Is now em? ployed in speaking of this country and it? form of government. It Is also werthy of note that In the urtici?? of the Federal Constitution pro? viding the manner of proposing and rati? fying amendments to the Federal Consti? tution It was stipulated as between the several Stales that no amen?lment whloh might be mad? prior to the year ISO? should affect that clavse of the Constl tutlon which allowed n.^groee to be Im? ported Into this country here to become slaves. In other words, the framers of the Constitution themselves provided In the Federal Constitution for that |n?tl tutlon of slavery which the northern r"'? !?'?? ? ? Mealy found out in 1?*>1 to be in? tolerable. Iba mnaOer states will bo alow to ratify any amendment to the Constitution which touch-?? or might -remit Iti touching tip.di th.'lr right t?, hav?? ??oh ns many I'nlted BtatH senators as each ?if the lsrger Btatea The very paragraph which pro? vi leg that no State shall without Its Cornami be (?eprive 1 of It?, eiual suffrage !n the Senate, is the paragraph which pro? vides bOW amendments to th?? I'.mMltu tlnn shall be made. And what weald be ti.ir '.???!!?'? ir an amendaient wer? ratified In manner and form as provi?!??! IB tba ?''institution l?.i?lng rept< s.-ntatlon In t',? Sei at?? UPO! p"pulation as represen? tation in tha Houe? of RepreeiBtatlve? ?? based ? Tba Institution of slavery whlih aa ai form illy abolished by a constitutional n't.d?nent Wits BUppoeed to be as tho tigbly protected by tba ConiRtutloa it ?elf as was th?? right of the leverai stat"? to their equal suffrage In tba Senate. North Carolina On Silver. At la.?t a plain ut?? tane? has been made on ih? silver question. At last the silver plaiik of th?? Chiriga cotivntion of UM ?ma i???n Interpreted by a Peraocratic Stat.? convention. It Is the Did Hortb State which has thus shown the COuregl >>f Its convictions, if the spirit of Vaine had hovered over the iKiuocratic State Convention held la Releigh on Wednea dey but, aad dictated ?ts daltveraac? s, th??.??? vvoiill n"t have b? "ii very dif? ferent from what they are. Wl b?v ? I ?.lilla ???|?.'."|??'"1 t??? several plitfonaa of tlie Chicago convent! >n of 1??'.?- and th?? Alabama an?! Georgia platforms ?r UM Tbey .?ii naa langueg? lusceptlMe of a double ?m-rpretati m. But th? "Tarli-?? G* Dem?crata ?corned to By a Sag? which eould ba bolated over either of two hostil?? '?.un; .?. They wer?? not afraid to ri.sk all and so we hope they will win all. liete arc their plain words: "i. Wl r?a!*i:m th?? doctrine? of the party us inuaciated by tha i'hlcago con? vention <?r USA, and daatra toalgalfy aa fol? loaa.s Whal Is the ?'?instruct l"!i placid by u? upoa the Motion thereof relating to ?liver vz: "VYe bold that It Is the duty of the law mahing department ol the goveranent, ii'iav in the hands (?f the 1'?. niocracy. to tabe Immediate step? to reitera by b-gis latl m the equal privileges <>r silier with gi id nt tt.?? limits by the fr??-? and unlimit? ed coinage of ??ilv ? r and gold at tbl ratio of IC to i, surli being t!i? l.ttio of coinage which haa bi retofora held in the United Stau ??." There Is no room for doubt as to what this laagaagl means; :?:: I t..?:,!..re Ihe ppon ni.? s? vv? 11 aa the friends of the fr. >* coinage of silver ought to applaud tii?? finii? is uf th.? s Ivor plank of the North Carolina PaawcratlC Stute Conven tlon. ?\'?? regret that tbe ?? ? ?arati ??f North Carolina ?lid not declaro for a new inter? initi 'im! bimetallic conference to solve the silver problem, it may be true, a? the ?dvoeitee or free ralnaga contend it i-, that tir?? United states Qovemment could without ?a? it. undertake tha task act i?? toie it by the North Carolina Demacrata, but nobody knows beyoad a doubt thai it is irn?. t?n the other hand. It ?lo-s .???"m to I ? riln ?t certain, judging from ihe ??perleaca of :i biiigie country?thla country?that lilver could be raatorad to Its piaci in the SaaaebrJ world by friendly gctl ?? ??? tin? part "f Baglaad, France, i,.rin:i:iv und the I'nile.l States. If to, an InternaUrnud aoafereaca might provide a uatveraal currency. The world Is coming t?? this. 4\ universal currency is a? '? ? and ought t<? ?.?? demanded by all the Qaaa? d rt and oth? ? I?..-on. -.?-???? ? on the glub??. Let us begin Ihe work and as soon as ? || |S t tin- nations just gami i to Join with ut In it. What Did the Strikera Gain ? Last Sunday afternoon at a III palali of aalegatea Iba ??.at itrtba against ail th\ ?railroad? cratcrtag in Ch*?eage waa for inaiiy ii.ci.iri-d "off." NoaUaally two of U.? -e Un? wer?? excepted, but the Tri? ll, ?;.?- .av.? that on one of these two all the pia??, s vacated by the striker* are lilltd. and the other la In the hands of rat Ivera appointed by the Inlied Stat? t courts. S?> that we may now imbuire who has be? ? beiietited by the great strike, or wh.th.r any inni or .-et of men can claim to have been thus beuellied, and What lesson .? to be learned from the beguiling, p:ogress, und ending of this Immense la'?">r iti?>v? ment? Have the working!nen demonstrata-d their strength or tluir w.akii? s.? : Has the empi'?*. m?-nt of force to ??bsiruct the free passale of ral!ro,?is trains, and to compel non strikers to abstain from taking the places of tlie Btrlk't?, piattaoai any result? beneficial to the men who thus employed force? Hae It been demonstrated that either labor or capital 1* able to etand alone? Have the betler classe? of striker? been allowed to control the movement in behalf of the supposed rights of that vast body of dissatialled workiugmen, or have the worst classes of strikers been allowed la control the said movement? Has It not been shown that "they who take the ?word thai! perish by the eword?" In other words, that ihe em? ployment of force by the atrkera them selvee naturally led to the employment of fore? by governmental authorities? If force Is to be reeorted to at all, it must be ??twrted to tiret by tile civil authorl I tie? and afterwards by the military au? ( ?boriile?. So that, all a body of striken employing force to accampi???, their ends can posalbly do Ib to conipel the employ? ment of force by the friend, of l.w and order end the administrators of the stat? uti, of the land. Here la a few words Is a statement of what the strikera gained tn thle. the greatest ef atrthee. It 1b taken from the Chicago Tribune, and Btatee, we take It, nothing but the truth. After mentioning tho fact that the atrlke had been formally declared "off" that paper odds: "With thla ends th* fight at the Bto?-k Tsrd*, and the contention of tho workere at Pullman to left Just os It waa l-eforo the American Railway Union undertook to Interfere, except that the cose of the pullman men Is much more hopeless than when they 'walked out' three month* ago." Is not that a aad atory? It needs no comment It telle ?? effect upon what terme the big Corliae engine waa put to work last Thuraday, and LIST men re? ported for work- More than half those men were aJtsigned to the repair shops? a significant fact. With what sort of reception would a proposition to ?trlke. and employ force to Buetaln the strike, be now met by th?r unfortunate worklngmen who have Just returned to work under the circumstances recounted? _ . Typhoid-Fever. Why should there be any typhoid-fever In Rlchmon?l If that disease is ?nisei by the use ot impure water? But 1? It thus caused? The negative is maim.iinc.-d by BOatS doctors who cite as proof the fn~t that Uphold fllTW prevails In mountain ous region! where both the air ani DM water are pure. The affirmative is Batta tasked by other ?loctors, who cite the fact? we are about to stufe. In Philadelphia, at Girard College, up to laat year there were annually a num? ber of CSSan" Of typhoid-fever. This fact demanded action and Investigation. Dr. Janney was called In. We quote: "Ho fohl the management that nothing could be done with (he cases of typl t exc-pt to care for them, but that futuri mass might ta aanventeol by nantrt ? Ing an adequate water-filter After much persuasion and argument this Bras done, at an expense of a few thousand dottoro, ani, inst.ai of twenty casea of typhoid a year, during th?- past year there hav? been no case? at all." Commenting upon this l-tnarhahls re? sult, one of our exchanges BBtfa: "This I? the repetition of experience that has been world-wide. Ade piate imi tho? rough tilttatvVi ls the m?,st comi available, and economical protection against wat>-r-b.,rtie diseases for dttec drawing ttvtr water supply from itrentns draining areas of larg.? population. This community, (Philadelphia.) which takes its supply from etr?-.ims draining prac tlcally all of Western Pennsylvania, an?! WhoM typhoid-fever rate Is larger than that of any other city of 1??,??:? or over, cannot afford to Ignoro the fact." The Rip Raps Monument. W'e think with the Norfolk Virgin!aa that it is none too soon t?? get atout Bet? ting the cns.nt of Congreaa for ths Maury monument to be piaci 1 ?m the government property known gg the G.?? Raps. The Maury-Monument Aaso-Hatlon weald choose n very .iiffer?nt dttnlgn thr a monument t?? be einctad at that ? la from what It would SSBBBB) f,,r on.? to be ? ??, ted in any city or town. Of cours??, not much con be ?lone nt the present Bsaatng of l*)bns*r4?SB, but ths association should prepare f"r arti, ? when Congress meets for ths winter ses? slop. We guess that somebody will have something to say why tV? govrnm-nt ehnuld not give the permis.? Vn ,; and to meet all such Object ira t?.?? .? . elation would ,!?, wll to util./, the 1 taten n BOW an! December In col! I material to ahow why Main?' ?? entitled to this dlatln?tlon, nnd why 'he Kjp Rape I- the place of all place? where bit m Ott i ???? nt should bo G?????? S,, ?et to B*OTk ______ Jopanoao Jingoism. Farthsg Insight into the situation in .1 ipan ?'-onflrms the tmpn -si?,n '.li?t that country undertook the war a?rain?t ?'hliia In Order to divert publie -itt?n*t.,n from Internai compilen tlon. Tht Japan? ? irnment has twice within ths pnsi t w months been at toggarheade with Partis? ment, and lt Is tatteved that a Jlng?? policy was rc-orte?! to in order to ?-?? ve a good working sjMj?rity in tha new Par? llament to be elected this month. It appears from his signature to pay. warrants on Ble at tht Capitol that Judge Ifortaoa spells his name with only one r in it. He ought to know, bel th?? ? r g Via Allunila?? and various other BUl ties spell his nani?? M'?riis,?i:-that :. with two r's. literary Noie?. A volume of verse by Bltoa Carman and Rh'hari UotOf win soon fa* pubttehed ' ? ? Op. lami & liay. It will ta call, i "8? s Horn V.m,il?>niia." The ? ?cm-., will not be si-n-i. the ?:?.overy of each anthor'a Identity tatnf left to the raadar*a erttlcal a?.men. Among I). Applet?>n & Co.'h new puhll entlons are "An Introduction to the 1'hl Ineopfary of Herbert Spencer.*' by William Henry Hudson; "Vashtl ami l.'-ih r, ? ? orti of ??ai? ty, ami new editions of i.i hits DonBelly*e ''Ragnarock'1 and "Appletoii's l'u t.oiiary of New Vorli." A book which Macmillan & Cu. will publish ai nn early day la "A C4>rner in Cathay," by Ai-!e ft Pldde. It will have the distili,-ti?>n <?f talBg the tir -1 Look to t??- illustrated by tho colorltyp.? ? ? lt la descrltad as a very lively and In? tereetlng account of a little-known aun**? ter of the globe, The Magasine of Av-rUan Htotnry, which has languished Mace the laath of Its founder sad editor, Mis. Laaih, will be revived by the Patriot Publishing Company, General o. 0. Howard, of c.e United States army, Is the nea- editor in cl:ic-f. l'ut,heat."n will be resumed w.lh the Bspten*her number. The Fianklln Publishing? Company an? nounce? a cheap edition of Rib-rt Apple? ton's "After the Manner of M? ?V Mr. ?Tttjdsrtnh If. Scott, assistant pro? fessor of rhetoric at the 1'nlverslty of Michigan, has issued a circular In f'.r tv-i.m,? af hla desire to <?<>11?? t data "??? the ? ?y? V,l kgy of KnglUh usage." He ntshss more particularly "to ascertain the origin of dislikes, especially of ar bltrary, unreasoning aP-likes. for certain words and phrases." Copies of ihe cir? cular will BS mailed SB BBfllCBtleg t?) l'n fessor Scott at Ann Harbor. Mich. Fr-derlek War-ie it Co. have rsootvid tO postpon?? the publication of l'art I. of "The Royal Natural History'" until t*.?? tember 1st, the delay In printing the work being greater than was anticipated. T. Y. Crow?ll A Co. announce a corn pi':? edition of the po?.'tlcul works of Sir Walter Scott, In two volumes. Hlustt.?:? 1. wiili an introduction by Professor Charles Eliot Norton. IJeorge Meredith"! new novel, "I.ord Or mont and His Arninta," will be iBBBSd at once by the Scribuers. The New York Tribune describes it as "powerful," and says thnt it "is In truth 'realistic' in a eense which the little writers who prate about that quality will hardly un !?t stami." Mr. Meredith's next novel, "ihe Amazing Marriage," will be publisr.tQ in an early number of Scrlbner's Magax.ne. Oscar Wilde has a book forthcoming, in which he claims to have solve?! the mys? tery of Shakesi?eare's sonnets, and pre? sents his solution. The New York Tribune says of the s?* lectlons from the correspondence of Poe, which or? ?-imt ! In the August Century, that they "go far to uphold Professor Wo.nlberry'i conviction that OrlawoUl wat Juil to the poet. wh???e biographer he was. Mr. Wocdbcrry declare? that al re? gard? Gris wold'a iiieniu ? r he ia to bo charged at most with errors of Judgment and luck of tact in stating unpleasant truths." Tbe Tribune adds: "It la a quei tlon whether literature to served by tho publication of theae piteous letters?these reccrda of crue! novertv aad nersonal humiliation. II would mm that the world might well be aatlefied with the rich ?lite of Poe? renlue. and might let ht? false? hoods snd hi? ?crruwi rest." A collection of ?toH?? hy Mm. Oertrude Atherton. to be called "Before the Orlngo Came.'* will aoon be brought out by 3. 8. Tait A Son?. The storie? de?l "with thos? plcturetque epleod?? of California life which ctased to be possible after the American occupied the land." The motrtiment of Italian alabaster which la now to mark the grave of Ro? bert Rrownlng hi Weetmlntter Abbey Ib carved In a deelgn of Engllah rose and Florentine Illy, devised by the poet's son. only the wurde "Robert Browning." with thi dates of birth snd death, will be cut Into the alabaster. A movement la on foot among th" F.ng llah authors looking toward an offer of Borne ap'clal courtesy In the way of en? tertainment to the Amerl?*an writers of the gentl?r bib who ere now In London. Their ? ?rnlier Includes Mrs. r.urton Har? rison. Mr? AmeH? Rlvea-Chanler. Mrs. Moulton. Mrs V, Iggin, and Mrs. Culney. The August number of the llo??k Huyer contains a portrait and a bn?f biographi? cal sket-h of Sarah ?>rne .lewett, who?? short etori?-*. published tn Scrlbner"? and other Mai?:?r:u''s, ar?? s> popular. The aartbeera will shortly publish a b?)ok whl.h will l)e of special Inter tati t> wmen. It will be call.-d "The Woman's B?>ok," and will "treat ad?? ?luat'dy almost all rajbjggtg m which American w??m? ti are speciali/ lntr?t ??." Mr .Irur.e? |f, H.irr'e Is YOnOttai to tx? engage to be mirri'l tu Miss Mary Ann II, a young actress. ?lenirai I/?* W .illa.e has anntli. r novel forthcoming. It Is seml-poli'lcal In char? a? t-r. h>? siia*. and Its ?en*? are not litd In.the Orient, but ar?? founded on incident? which happetiel In th?? United State??. The oldest book In the world, nccordlng to a writer In th>? Ixmdon "Literary World." Is the "Prisse'' Papyrus, now at thf Illhllotheque Nationale In Paris. The title is "Pre apto of Pt ah-hot ?), Vice? roy of Assa, King of the South ami North." This work, written about M.*??) H. ?'.. comprises slxte.n pages, and Is ?llvld.-d Into forty-four chapters. It con? sists ef rulea huw to govrn Justly and wisely. An Ragliati tran?latlon haa been made by Professor Osgood. The "?'h.ip-Mook" Is the title of a dimi? nutive ... ini-monthly magasti**? which waa recently started by Stone ft Klnihall. of Chicago. It contains brief eisays on Uterary tealca, pota???, and short Marti a. etc. Its contents are of the highest grade of ?xeellenee, and It has become a dis? tinct sun?ss. The price Is 6 cents each? 11 per year. Th? August numt?er of the Review of l?"vl"-v? is fully up to the usual high standard ?t this; Interesting periodical. The frontispiece I* a portrait of Lord Ituss. II. the new I?rd Thief Justice of Eaglaatt The Progrcaa of the World I'.p.trtrri.nt i?. very rull and Interesting. ?.? adttor, In revl?wlng tr,.? Pullmaa trouble?, mtber "?it.? down" on Mr. Pull? man in his deallnga with bla emt traes. Tb? number contains good portraits of tho leading figures In th.? DOtable event?) of the times Bom? of the artici.??? m? '?Canada'? G. liticai Cctrtlttone," hy Hon. .r. Vf. Loagley; "Toronto as a Kaalcipal Object J*'??"ti," by Albert Bbaw; "Slf Oeorga DIM??, Pretaler of New s.>uth Wale?," by J. Tiglio Hyan; "Labor Trou bl"s: Hint? of New Rem?die? from the Antipode?." by Haa. Vf. P. Reeveaj and "The Railway Situation." by H-nry C Adame, all ?mptoaaiy Hlaitratad, The Review'? lUuatratloaa are always ajood. The Areni for August has beea ree iv ed. Bome i?r Its contents ?,tf? "The Value of Hypnotism in Surg'rv." by Jamal ?. Coche, ?. ??; "Tba Present Conflict for I I.urger Life in the Social W? rid," lv* '.: .? Bavag? . ' Prenatal Intiu.-n. te," by salma- Beirtngton Billot, M. I? ; "Money In Politi? a," by Hob. Joba l'avi?. M. C: "??'- Land Question and the Bla? gle Tax," by s ?. Rlggea; "Mall and l"in il.? Attire." by Ellen Hattelle Die tii, k; "lai ?i.m.??? and the Nation." by Rabbi S.di.mon Schindler; "??..????>"? I>'s . ,\ ? ea and Aerial Navigation," by Clara ?t. M tore, etc., ??' ?. I'.,?ok Notice*. ? POUND OF CURB. Mv* William H? nry Blstiop. New York; Charles Si ribier's Sons. This ?* a story of Mon*?? t'ai lo. In It the author, whose "HOUM Of a Merchant Trii ??" gained hlm consider ibi?: distinc? tion, has sought to show the manner In which ? passi..? f,,r gambling teile? bold upon one, grows by it? Indulgence, and Bnally brings dtagraca and ruin. ? ? Bond area an ?ir*ist, newly mar? ried, who hud MtabMehed blmeelf la a beautiful villa near tba lam ?us ??ambling ?resort, His mean? irire small. Prom yleldtag ?miailly to the UmptaUaa to play, h" progreocd ttir"ii,'h ell the .-' ?- ? of th? mama, until h? ha i ?iCrlll'-d every pectuilary resource, even a portion of the clothe? oa afa back, ani was led |Q contemplate suicld?'. Ibi ?oo-frea-pc-nt finale of su.-h dissipation. He was saved through tlni'Iy thought of his little turn, who w.iuld have l??en rend? red father)?* ?.?. He do.?? not appear to have r,jnton ? : mu?h ,it..?ut hie wife, whom, ?? v. ? their???, he tend?rly loved. Hit ?reecue w.?.?, In fact, a little -thin." It is t" be ? reeuraed tint td? reformation followed, ?!r ugh 'he author let? ih? cur? tain fall over everything subsequent, As a itudy of th? ?? uHar attraction of Mont? l'ari? the boob l? meritorious. The story niovs easily and -varilla-, I ! 1 . no! too long. Th?? local coloring?, while not profu??.?, ?* weii ind] ?I ; .-ale by J. W. Randolph & Co.. II. TALES OF THF. MAINI?: COAST. Ky Noah Brooke Kew lork: ?'liarles Bcribner*? Sona 'i7i pages. Fri.?", ji. in this eollaetloa <.f short atari?? the author aritee of tl i- ?pia among whom h? was bora aad peered, their peculiari? mpei tuions, and folblee Many "f his ?'haracters, ba teils us. are thatched from real Ufe, :.??? a?" can w? 11 In ? that ha haa beea very true to bla lub? !??. t?. "Panay Pegg," which illustrate? ?1... s. ? eiiing Influence of love upon an unkempl and uncouth tomboy; "The lltary Baa?," and ?h?? "Phantom ' ar?> the moat readable of the stori??, though in all the otaera there IS ll ? llielit. Por sal?? by J. W. Randolph ?V Co. Till; RAND-M'NALLY OFFICIAL i:\lf. v.'.-w CHIDE and HAND? BOOK, FOR THE UNITED STATES AN > THE DOMINION OF ''A?ADA. J i?. Qihba, Editor. The Americeq Railway Quid? C mpany, Publisher? end Proprietor?, M to iTd Adema street, Chteage, i!;. Bubacripttoa price, H ??t y?.ir. Siegle coptes, M Cinti tach. Tom l'?ge'* Lute?!. The New York Time? has this to say of Tom Page*! "Pastime Stdeitaf'; Mr Peg? makaa aatreattaa with his madera for gentle handling of the sketchei that be pt>??nt.? to their notic?, s??ming to experience a premonition of ? gpttouaa?aa "it the part of the critical; but wa fbll to pa*roahre any occasion f.?r It. Par last'tn. readlag th.? handy llttie book is lrr?| r?i,n bable, and the stories that have been r.-ad In Haip?.r? Maga? Z?re may well b? r-ad "Wr again tor the choice bits of negro ratlo-inatlon that ?pi inkle tba paga? thiik as blueberrl-s. Who can realst Ibi old ?larky pleading for his trifle, vahi is liiib-r arrest for knocling blm down avlth a fiatiron? "Wiuiiii'n's got mighty cu'lous feelln's," h?? ??-ilaius; "ala li ??? ctiiUern'a nor n?.ns. ?G you slap 'em, dey g?i d.it aw ay. L'-y gits agaarvated an' d?-n ley | t to eas?? de- mine. Well. Jinny. ?hi x"i mighty big mine, an' when an? dal a-way it teck? right smart to ease It?to Miioove it. FIMI sic dune try hroom, dt ? cheer, den shovel, den.skill? t, but ain' none >?' dem able to ease h? r, .u. nan she got to try de flatlroti. She got to do It. Y'all know- how 'ils. Kf wlm ineu'.i g"t to do atiyt'ing, dey not to do it, an' dar? all." And at for th?? bri! ?room's mendaci01 ? servant In "John's Wedding Suit." lay "ti,? vaho his hid to do with a certain clais of the colored race will realize that the picture Is not merely accurate photo? graphy, but represents also th? in 1???, r.b able atmosphere, the full artistic vali.a of th.ir entirely irresponsible natures. Many a rascal can lie- and steal with skill and Ingenuity, but only a negro rascal could confidingly own to having burled three grandmothers and beg leave to attend the funeral of the fourth on the night of a negro ball, meeting the situation with such completeness of resources as the treaoherous Cal commanded. "They are burying her In a great hurry," his matter malea tentative com? ment. "Ve?, Suh: looks so to me, too." tail Cal. sympathetically. "I 'specks dat ole man'll be marryin' agin belo' de week's out. He a1i?iii' wait but two weeks his' time; I know he won't wilt mo'n a we? it ili? time." He looked the image of repro? bation. And he proceeds to steal his master's wedding suit for the occasion, and 1? uverh-iir.I telling his dusky lady tbat he supplies ins matter with clothes, and ex? pect t j lend him the tint he baa on to be married In the following day. Only an Intimate knowledge of the solemn self Importance, the trrepresetble inventive? ness, and the airy, Imitative mockery that form an inevitable part of any exhibition of tbe native foible? of tbe colored people ?nui have guided Mr. Pagfe pen In thla delicious delineation. Almost every side of the negro charac? ter la touched upon?ita tenderneaa, Its falthfulnosa. Its aweet, pereuatlve eour teay, aa well at IU brutality. Its dishon? esty, itt vlndletiveneeo, according to tho representative choeea. But In all these various sspecte one never feels that a whit* person could have been substituted without essentially Injuring the picture. It will not be long before such entertain? ment as Mr. Page provide, for ua will be rare, end will have added unto It the attractiveness of a stork that has run out and cannot be repeated. Th" negro of the present to not the negro of th? past, and th* negro of the future w!ll wear so different a look under th? Influ? ence of changed cm lit!? n? that It will require a subtle student to roeognlae In him the evolution of hit prototype. Whatever mir be? the effect ef the change upon him ao a factor In ?oclol and.political life. In the literature that has taken account of him. It will be revolu? tionary. On? actor has. practically, been rung off the literary stage, and will hence? forth live chiefly as a tradition. There? fore th? placo occupied by Mr. Tage la an Important one, and he fnlfllle Ita obliga? tions in a way that leave? little to be de? sired. The storie? which lack the negro element are somewhat cast In the aha?!? by the greater intere*! of those who do not like it, although "Bllllngton's Valen? tine" haa a delicate touch of hi? own that puts one In sympathy with the apple-blossom girl. If not with the situa? tion. When the ?uramer reader takes hla BBSS In hi? Inn we" can Imagine the final touch of ?elfin,lulgerrro a?le,)uately ?up piled hy such good-humored, ?kilful, un li-.si?t"nt little books as the one with which we ore dallying. 1'oroilozlrol. "Of all tho ?trange cases, that case of young Wlga* Is the strangest, there's not the least doubt of It." Thus spake Dr. larger, then paused, and went on? "I can really t. ?- nothing out of It." "Excuse m??," ? listening neighbor replied, "But the truth Is, if I have the rout of It, That the less you make out of the case, Doctor dear, The more, in the end. you'll make out of lt." _ _ A Blind Opinion. "In h"r eyes, sir." sal?! Tom to Fred? "So she has often said? I am the man most beautiful Of all God ever made." "A very sorry compliment," Quoth Fred In witty flight, "For I have often heard you say? That she waa Out of sight.' " Effect of llal.lt. "My people so theatric are," 8a!d Rev. Dr. 0*???4??. "I dare not read the Acts, for fear They might go out between 'em." Fulfilling o 1'rorther??. Rasper: Mr. Jasper, your chickens hive be?? over my fern?'?, nnd have ployed hav ?c with my tlowr-hetls. Jasper: I'm glati of It. Ra.-P"r: (Had "f It1 Jasper: Certainly. Yoti prophesied when I got them six months ago that they would do that very thing, and, as a neighbor wishing to have a goo?! opinion of you, I ?-.-Jot.-e that you hav?? not turn?! out to be o llar. * ?u?.? <>r the Banna, Llpp?-r: H-r.- contes Spukens; it al? ways gives mo pleasure to s?-? him; he has such a shining wtsBtenaans. ChlpiH.-r: He can't help it. upper: ("an't help what? Chipper: His shining countenance?he's i?> llght-heud?d, you know. Now? for "lia. Tommy: Ma, did you know that l'a wa.? quite a wrestler? Ma: N>, my eon. Where did you get that notion? Tommy: oh. I h?ard him te]| Mr. Jack? son that he "thn-w" the bark-'?p??r for that ham h?? brought home last night. risii?, Hut Not Hi? Fault. "I hop?? 1 hav. mole myself pimi, Miss,' remarked the rural suitor, as he concluded his appeal. "Ton d?> wrong to blame yoarself for that.'" was th.? r?p!y; "nature Is cn tlth 1 to all the censur? for that result," Hot ftatlty, Flash-?r: Young Dr. FrttfrtBgtOO made a event mletake when he accused Feiherly'B brain of having water on It. Dumb!.-ton: Why do you think so? Flasher: Pscause the brain can prove an abbi. ? ntaferttag. Beaker: Bini ? ? ha? ? baca growing in flesh. It takes my breath away awfully to go up the toast ascent. Hardn.an: I don't know of anything you could parr tritt) that would give more cause for congratulation. For a book ag-rit to sell his own auto? biography ia "taking his life in his own hands." Wh.-n th- sailor requires change he probably gees t?> the quarter?deek. It Is not the win m who fires up the quickest that males the beat match. A "third-party movement" is never popu? lar with a would-be son-in-law. "The good die young," some people dye to make tlienneives look young. Th?? fever and sgue victim ls generally "well-shaken before taken." A ripple of laughter generally follows a flow of uiirih. ??'Ferrali lllahl. (Troni the Btatt ) Governor O'Ferrall has dealt with the Coxey in..idcrs In the rir*ht way. When u big t'oiy "f ?? ? deliberately squat upon, gaectl ? of a Commonwealth ?ni co li y d? - ', m,.?-at th?? ? riiuest or order of the ? ?? .??':. ritten It la time r,,r the Btate Buch in?-?!! eaaaot b<? called "In? o.tensive ' whin they pU'?e themselvea In a community and aay "here we are to starve on your hands if yon 1 n't feel ???." They thus constitute themselves a charge upon the community which has Its own deserving poor to look after, la all localities there are worthy and to? ? ? people upon whom misfortune through no act of tholrs has fallen and who deserve every all and endura,? ? nient that ?:an be given them. Such Individuals hove the real claim upon the community of which they hav?, ? been a part. The ?'(Vxey movement" has nothing commendable about lt. The men who .-mharked in it did ao against the ad? 1 \ : ?> ui I pint ?ts of the con?ervative, law? : abiding sentiment of the country. It was an insult to the Intelligence ol An.en a. ? The men who want that sort of notoriety ! should pay for it. Certomly Industrious ] communities saould not be chsrgi-d with . the support of an army of deliberate va? I grant. It Is with pleasure we nutice that Hon. ' J. Taylor Fllysun Is mentioned as a can i ?lldate for our next Governor, lt always , argOSS well for a party when many of i Its promln?nt men offer for nomination. ; While the New? would not commit Itself to any candidate so far ahea?1. we recog? nize Mr. Kllyson's eminent worth and his long und successful party service.? Louisa News. Very Deep. (Truth.) "Ma. what's the cabs stopping for?" "We have to pay toll here. Willie." '"But who pays the toll when the oab'i empty?" "I don't know, dearest; mamma never has ridden In an empty cab." Tito Wrrf.ii. (Boston Transcript.) Fogg protends to hove made the dis cov ry that "better hslf." referring to one's wife, was originally written "bitter half." That meana aomethlng, he taya. The wretch. Tins Love. (Chicago Inter-? neun ) "When did you discover that you truly loved Mr. Joneo?" Stello: When Fido would allow him to come in without growling. Old papers for sale at the Dtopatct BJahh. gait;, ?idiaesQ? THE Pf AY IB OFE?f to health ?ad itrteftb, Ujearaa oarroa?, d^^wotnaa. li_ ?a^claato'nire70.1. the toaic to btuld yoa op, to Dr. Ptorc* - fa? vorito l^eiKriptlrm. ?*?? ?^andjpoo 11 Tba maker? my M will help you, or ooit vou nothing. Tbey t*rt?aran'?** it. 7J^o\St\mdcertain rntoniyfot^omarV? gilmenu, nothing.can ^mprnro^arm tba -? I>re^ptloB." It'? aa invigorating, re? iteriti vo toaio, and a e ? Ah ing, ?traagrben Ing nervine, portoetij bermlem ia any otnv ditiou of the female syifern. It's e marvel?..? *rem?-<lr for i-ita-votni and general debility, fit Vitus'a Dance,/alotlng Spell?. Ditilnes?. 81eep|eten?>w, snd all the nervous disorders due to function? derange? ment?. II hgs often, by n^tortng ?*__?*?> manly func?out, evvtred coam? ot Inaeaity. PIERCE--CURE Oft SBONBT METI RSF-?V v ^ ????* j?a?rXci?oA thi: WONPKKFIUY LOW PRICES they are iiuirkt'il will then be evident to you. VISIT OUR LIQUIDATION SALE. TII ? SALK OK Children's^Boys'Suits AT 30 Per Cent. Discount STILL CONTINT..S. NOW IS THE TIME TO DRESS YOUR BOYS CHEAP. "NEGLIGEE SHIRTS:: REDUCED TO ?l.OO. A NOI LINE OP SCARFS AT 26C. Mens Suits Bedoced from M0| %\m\ anil $1 G? to ?10.00. McADAMS & BERRY. OUR LAST OFFER! The Columbian Exposition Scenes COMPLETE AND liEAUTUULLY UQUSD, t? OUK SUlSC'ltllJKKS AT COrNTER G?? -mat 1.1) 5 .a_ Mailed to any adtlrese, $2.25. THE DISPATCH CO. Glues Streosth in Sammer. Msny of oar ru?tomer? trstilly t?u ihelr frn?ii?!? ? ? tils debilitating tmntner e.-.;b>?r to ut- i'a?DB't ? -er? .'i.inuiu'l I. mil?? ?trou* ana rlgorou* those who t?el tiretl and weak. Try it. Owen? ?V Minor Urn??; to., 1007 KAST MAIN ??rKERT. ?? ... ??-MH.iTio.NH a ??? ?'????.???????>. IjUSS?LUIIUN. lUvilM?ND. VA.. August 1. VfH. Tho Hrin of HaMtetoa ?4 liroiht-r 1* tlila day dissolvei by mutuai con? -ir. ?,?*m;g to the ili h'ultti of the Junlur part:.i-r. ?.'harles 1). Habltstun, who retir??? frotn auataua? Ta. styl?? of th* lat?? nrm will remain unchanged, anil UH biiMltiesa continu????! at their present stand (romer MhIii and Seventh ttra-ett? by the ???????? member. ?. ?. Hahltsien. who, with flfty-tav.? years' experience, niuit en iully invlt?? his frleml? ami the pubiu- generally to continue their liberal i.atrot.tge, promising his personal attention to their *rMulre> ments. f. il. hahi.ist???. <:. 1? hahuston. Havlnir assumed the liabilities of th. Arm of HabliMton ft Brother, I aa ? ild re.?i>e<-tfully |Sk all parile? indebted lo the Ute rtrm to rail an! **?tle with in*, ?nd all t.. whom the :??... Is tndebiad vt.U present their claims f??r settlement. ? II. HAIILISTON. In connection with the above noti??. I desire to extend to my irlenals arid ihe public generally my grateful thanks for thetr liberal patronal? of ao many years, recommending to them ray Burceaaor as eminently worthy of their kind a- ?tistdera tlon In toe future, aa nie m tended Ino?* 1 ?ic. of the butine?* attor?!? ?vtm advnn tii-es unsurpassed, '11 e?*,ualled. by any dealer Ui tb? city. au 13-1! C. D. I?ABU8TON. IT PAYS T? B?i AT LEVY * DA Vis* Wool Chaili at ?le. a tar I, 40-inch Irish i .awn nt be ? llood I.nwns st en?, worth - IT PAYS TO iii-y LBVYADAVISN '???-inch Bla?k Silk Ulorit gt H7o., alwate s?li-ul ?i . 26 inch very Baa ? Cro??rellaa at il...') w. ru a $LtW IT PAYS TO lu y LEVY ????? iss Wide Fsturn? Cleti., ? i duced t" 4()c. a verd. ]2}c Dimity can bah Vi-ry nule Kroocii I . can li?? hs?l now st U ???. ? . Very line French UtOf? , .... sn?l 'lc, fro now ut IJ All Httmnior Urei? QtM U) lor | first cost IT PAYS TO lay LEVVcv?)AMs> STORM SERGI . Plft?'k end ('?'-?' tHorm 8 inches wide, waa ?Or. a *bi ?. 42 inch??* wide, wns 7 a I ?. '?'2 inehee wide, wai ?1. Ii a \ ,? < ? , :???,?. GI inches wide, wis H.23 ? JU , 86th M inches wide, was $J a ?,? ?fl. -?'?. ."???. All-Wool Fancy ( 1. ri to 25a, $l.'J.")Kovolty Dress Fabri to *&. 81 Wrick and (' . . Clothe, 7?-. ."?re. I'laok and 0 I l Cloths, ?a IT PAYS TO BUY LEVY ?V ?)? VIS'S Celluloid ? ii. l? * 15. 1 . u ! !? . ? ? .'???., ??, ? , ? ,'H ? ? ' Chech? Linen ? IT"*, .' f ? ' Outing Shltts ? I ? ?? . ? ' I t?) ik ? : ' Men's ? . from ?? 1 " Men : P? from ? ? ? ! ' d ? Mad fr?,ni li t I'nlaui fr,?m 11 a and I Y > ?VVi- 1 I ,m ? V ? It? reduced I ? ' quollt?. ? ? li r?gulai prici ? ' ? ? lu? ed from ?: ? Hoys' W s ? lu? ? ? fi ? ? ? ? ?? ,? V ??.,'? , 1 ? r ?' ' ?- '. ! t ' du? ? ? ? from il . ? ? I He. red lice, ? I ?.? bri,Idei 1! i?? and ? White ; ' 11 ; to ti ?: ? . ,-, ; ra ih IT P.?YS TO /?' LEVY ?fe DAVIS'S BAITS FROM OUR SHOE DEPART? ' lUin FOOTWEAR AT I HALE FACTOR! ?? -o?? .lust IM lor *.<iiii -.?II : 1 ht OFFRA Sili , i 7, et ."Ale., worth $1. 1 lot LAD1KV OXFORD ?1 to??, at ? Wet. |1. -u 1 lot CHIUU.F.YS 1 \\ , TIF.Sut 4??.?. Wer?? 11, Conio at once I if r? yo?:? gone. LEVY?fcDAVTS. ai 11. - RICHMOND RAIL\ ELECTRlV COMPANY. Main ?tota BBd 1-??'??' ' foot of Heveolh llie?t. l?-let' City Dtviaiou, etrcets. Telephone M I. l'nioii PliJ?kin. ????? 1 Slid ? ftri'i't.?. In!? | :. M r -h?'.?ter (.?lh??.?, 8 Ti-leptu.u- _3_l. Arc and lii,at:i<-.????!,t I Khctri'? I'ower tN (, .?. gal ' Flectnc-Kif-ht W ir,u? ? ? F irti? s ir WH -: h? ?'tri?? Fower l>y notifying tn?? ? mail or tilivihou?1, will ? -ait hy a ri-privata'? ve of I STANDARD DAIRY CHOP I Ua properly belai? ed radon. touMo-l meal, 9 -??J m?ai. liuie.1 Iti ?uh |.?"???;''? s? renili?? Ot the ??_?1.??? SJSBj 1 I icu pagada Mosiaos?:, BSBBM ' Mesara Thomas % ? ''"' ? Co. ?.?ri-ieaie:., \\ dai y eoo? jour "?ta ?loi : past muoio ou I Bad 11 ?od aMtofo?N..iy reed, ?? ? ?? ?? ? a ?? ! il. H- ?,?> iSign-d.) '?' ???? Koraoio?? TiwhASia aiNN \ . ?< <?.i a? - ?Phono 5ii?J. ELIXIR BABKK. "ore cure toi oil III \!:tlL ? ???* ' i'h'Ua, l>?el ???! .'|u<?. 1???? ' ?'??' i ?<?a???.? ?*?? ? t>T!pef)ti?" Ptoor 1er? I ?_ ? hoo,t. Beer.. M?e, M Lunta, Be -?'?** ,_, ? J e?a I