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%^f*&»-'^&&^*A\ Pr»cefift/ce^ par .bottle,
1 i'iimiwnMwi»i»»M»M«MM«»«mMiMM : ;
. : Friendship. > :|
i wiiiitiiuiuilimm>»Muiii'iiiw'miiMttm«' I
;• ; ; <: -: ■ (Pittsburg^Dispalch.) tsiv.'^ v
r .."Change _ not the- old-:* friend^ for*? the
»w."'' •' ■ r -; : ... ■'" ■„-;'.; , : . ~~\ - r
: *'.W3iich ; is "as • .pure a bit of fiction •as
•ever 'dribbled from the point of a poet's
fieri— or rather splashed from a. goose
;iiib,' forili Delieve^. the.i.'wing of. a r goose
jifurnlshed;penswhen : the" nonsense sprung
'its sham upon . tbe},.world.*' . The second
/speaTcerrhad "a! square jaw, a' square-cut
iiis- vest was embossed with little
isquaresj'of ; ; gold. He^ looked like a ; fol
/sov?.'w3ib?-stood square-toed upon his feet
.jiji'hen "'. he* was awake. -; As - -he was . a
/) chronic 'boarder it was very, evident that
lie met* "his landlady tvery. Saturday 'eve
'jiing^ to square up: Presumably;'- he never
<tnet; of '■cared : , to .meet, any fairies \ on
".'•Hhe'- square: and you could Jiank upon it
of "his plunks were ever- laid
tHjp&ri* the'square green, baize: ; The first
jßpeaker was a very .different-looking
,:irhap;'J" Haridsome'as "a . dfeam-r-or most
breams— jolly to : a fault,- as: mostVpoetie"
'.'^exotics are; and trust,--' love, and gentle- :
:*iess nestled ? in eyefy.'j; wrinkle ; of hi^
C-feumnier garb; which' "was mostly,.; turned^
rtipiat'the' bottomr -Strange vaboat- these
'; things! ? '-.'The poetic sort oC chap,", as \ well
" as:_ the. fellow,. who v apes:. fashion,'; turns
",up'.atCthV; bottom. *-„•.*" -• , . •',
5" But , they, .were" friends of- long "stand
-3ng ana'had dal»Dled in the termV"friend-.
< Bhip" for ; years. ■ ; L ■•...' . \.
t ."If you \think : the old. friend, will stay
f^y'you" better than..the new friend; just
.give. the; old; thing; a r try. I : say it's all
;T>ure rot: -The first : time you're in hard
fluck, -old man, ■; try -it' on; : I'll ; bet you a
tetotUe^ind a- bird Jvthat I the old friend
! will .: shake you ■/ .while the new. friend
■^will "make you." But.the trusting, poetic
: one didn't i'takeV any.; stock in such nori
, uuntll ■ he awoke one morning and
■ \l build r himself : run \ ■ ashore ; ; aiid X h'ard
;pressed; and; in i. trouble. ;", He would just
i dodge : across the. street' ; to the '■ - corner
ydrugstoreifwliere he had •bought; dollars'
•'^wbrth'^pf perfume, cigars; : sbda-waterv and
and rake the ten spot he needed:
« : "Sorrj-.;Old man, but I've just; made-a
deposit: to meet a craft, ; you know, and
•well; 'at ?ariy other time' I'll ■■o'e;' delighted
; to do anything— ,T' but tlie old friend; who
had;' raked, in many a dollar "from the
i' would-be ' borrower ' quit T his | harangue
-V"whfen ? : the chap turned and left. Then
the -whispered to himself i behind : his • palm :
•'Pf-course, he has-lots^bf the: Etuff.rahd
was only- trying mcl: I guess ; I called
"liimdown .with, the^ "'"old -draft chestnut:'":
H^i?And : the: one whbr was" hard^up ; for ; .the
hiedtrliimself tb^^the j: hardware
y.store t \''''^'herc.. ; .lie^ J : h_ad!r'pu~Khase4;'aV\^n> :
a- dog collar, and about-SlOO : worth of
(stuff recently.'- The "proprietor; and he liad
'been school comrades in: tTie>'old; da j-s: and
...Jiafi ■' exchanged £ samples}- of '; gTub from
'their! dinner pails i at noon ' hour. : .
' "1 am so sprry,: tha t ; l : cannot: db-ith old.
; *pard." I; just'paid : Tent;rf or : gas; - joe.; and
iWome other ; thlng«" of 'the sort; :• Business
4s a bit bnl the! bum; these times, and it
•' 'keeps a man". hustling to: meet--"; and the
♦Speaker brokeoff "short— as the old: friend.
Myrbo wanted;' to^ borrow, a ten : slipped^
• r^way -from -the; door,^feeling : more like a:
; icur' /■ than!: a;"'! liumanV* being. /;;■ Goodj Jojd^:
S^lriendsjl h'ad;V<ienied' him".": 'thV:.: lbau-lbf " a
' ; :"iialliryjten-spbt,fandihad.made_',manyjex-;
* cuses*ll» r? add i to Hie . ignominy";:bf j it-all.'
Strange/ this poetic forgotten
•. ' . nil ■. about the reraa rks -of jthe ' 'sq uare" ;
jman^ilriVfact; he^was^Bo\busy,: hustling
:'to": gPtCthe- ten that' it'., had,' slipped? his
•- mind.v Ah!- here • comes -his- dear 'old:
cifriend;- Jones, down: tJierstreetT-'iyThe 'dear
smiling^ he !seemsi in; a^con^
v Y terJU?d Mate of -mind,; and" looks ;aS:beain-;
$%} fts£ai] a : * summer;^ky^:l But "li c ' says : >£■%$
.r '*T4' like to do Jit, old boy. Nothing
j -.would r give me n»bre i pleasure;'; you I know.i
f?But^theTfact: of fethercaseiis/frm' on )"iriy|
way no w to gend^an '< express i mblioy-oi'der.
■■ i to? my wife- who's rati.Sharon, ■. andgl've
:only 'got~" • And ; tho; speaker,: stopped :
: ?ib"riipUy7as i:tlic- -borrower quit:him\wlthTu/
'on. -ThenTthV
; :.poettc r oireKthu>ught-eroat .big chtinksTof
Alii of the^b^ldj;i:riends|hlfv^lbprS
,*^»«wod I ' from • hini^-and" \ have f poidj| thelr^
; K very one •„■ of thorn y haw ;
V.atejttie!
r paidftor^lOiie7of;UTic-mlw^sfn^
with the" boys. *jr,!- vf them
iriuCi* a nioe <l«'.'»l in lstoeks through a -tip
-fe|%ly<aifhial|#AliywereT : 'pld^fr^ends|?si
( a "K* l - 1 ~& inpt*»er!s ? foij] am on g Ithe^bunchiliad'
along? and'-ihe f poc-tic ome^iutf-'
g;|i!lcnlyjr«mcmbered ? his '^cnwk-^JndepipS^;
|go^*ajaj^^;t;; ; • : \^:< € gzoggM
-^*i'lSJui«w pH tsboui it. Juh for ihs> Bake
s&ojfjFa'*. trial i by «■■■ party- you areTnot'
l^|sveir, l accjua!tst('d w.iili~a:iy; the^fellotv.'in
unlfornajoVerr-and". ths
Spf«MW«* ; asnknf'KaacMli's : 'ai'ter,S
p§*orih;£*£ £, the|>octic w ho? it aat cned v
f away. The *<juare ' on> grinned U him-" I
c•n«?;w^llßUe^V*•■;lioft;lrefrainv^^i:he:c •n«?;w^llBUe^V*•■;lioft;lrefrainv^^i:he:
,went his way, arid then «ald^ In ari.un- |
'.dertone:/' ;. :;'? ■■ ..■._[ ". ■\,^:,^ ■■*?•;"':•-' ."■■;■ :; ;:- ; '■,-.'. 1
•.;■ "LiickV ; escape for -me; that-time! So I
glad "he didn't strike- me^f br 7,the 10. I I
; , wonder why In . thej ideuce ; ' he a
: lOT-^and ': he; has \ barrelsYof k dbiigh." .■. ■
I But the policeman Jwas dififer'ent, . for, he
£^id as he and ; the man; he'd- known only
ras^a "fellow around s town'?^slipped Into
:_~"Zn . : ;V : -.--. ,JZ, J Z- :
''':- : "Don't '- let^me ■ see ; me; pass; it : to Y you,;
me boy. / There." you 5 have it, ,; and .good
luck; to you!; When it's' haiidy to pass; it :
back— don't do it In public, " I -wonder;
' who the devil he is?'* .-..,:-.: ■■ ; : .' : '" ■•-•■-
; But the : poetic one hastened to : fix. his;
• little affair, and : passed the remainder of ■
the day . brushing -up ■: the ; ? membry sur
rounding- his dear old friends: . : .
|GemsoiTfipught
- .'A; light heart lives. long.— Pr.;,-.^:-'.:; j
A • God all mercy ; is • a God unjust' —
;Toung;. . ;. .- ; ■ :; .-,_■" '; , : .
Too many giddy, : foolish hours are
gone.— Rowe. ": ... ■;•; : ' :; ( .
' Silence in ' times -of suffering is the
best.— Dryden. •_ . t : ■■■,-/■-' .
A 'good laugh is sunshine in a house.—
.Thackeray.- .- .. . • ...;.-:..■.';
Gayety is the soul's ripple over depths
or despair.— Chapin^ ] . '; ;
'. A great man is 'onowho affects -the
mind of his '-. generation. -^Disraeli; .'...'
' v An. inherent sense' of ,; man makes «hhn.
long for. an eternal pavadise^James Ellis.
- Decision of cha facter. will^'of ten . give \ tp
an^^ inferior ; itjir.Q.- commar.d over "a supe
rior.—W. Wirt.
Th'? "• less of ■ sovflj-rimtnt;: the ; : better,
if" society " be ; keptj; in^peace andy pros
p'eriiy.-T-Channine "C'"V •: " " ; '
■■..-' *' ■ .--'- "'-rC ;■-■;"■ -'j ' — -- ■>- i.- '--^v:^- .'■-:-■"'■ ''-■
[:.-"■ Let %me often ■» i n -« th ese ; soli tu d es -. retire,
!; arid : ;in -tbeirf pi esenee reassure my feeble
i'-.vlrtue^Btyan.tl;.-. ° - ' : "' : ':'; '-,'-"
j .He is armed : without that is innocent
If. within; be - th:H thy,; screen -and ; this thy,
I wall of brass.— Horace. .
: It is never .worth ; while to " suggest
'■doubt s '■ in • orfl ei I ' tt> show : bow ; cleverly we
canaiiswfcr them.^-Whatey.' : ;; ■ "
W* ought Hoi to '."judge -of men's merits
by /the! 1* qualifications i^but' by the use
thry ir:ak«s of tlnm-Chairen.
. ! A great genius lakes shape, by..; contact
: with aT.cther grvßt geniu3;but lessiby'as
?siriillalsoh"-th'an'-byj frSctloiC— Heine.- •
■'-": No ■'■■•h'uniaii b^in? cant rcome into ; this
world without; incit-asing:or:dimii:ish!:ig'
the sun^ xOialof liunian-happhiess.— ESihu
"Barrltt.
v "He; wjto seldom .-speaJts,-. andh.with.-;one
'cairn., well-timed' word,> can strike dumb
the loquacious, is ■; a genius, aiid ' ; ai': lierb.-^
It" is-, as 'easy t(i . deceive * oueself JR r ith-
; out, 'percKivhiei-JtVas'^ ttjisjSardXtbTd^eive;
others without; rheir^ .findisiar, .it ; : out.—
: The , way i to- avoid . : tht;;smputation\;of !
;«mpudenf. ; .t.v!s t not';to bc ? asliamedfof |what;
■ w'e'db,' but" never' to, do 2:\\aat .we" I : ought
■ A great r a nguish v may <!o the workifof ;
lyeerci- ' 2b4' we.; may : cqn-.ft ; out , f rom ' that
i.Dy.pt!r-m - <?f ; lice with v soul . full of new ;
■awe uv.-l iitw p:-ty.--,Gob '--. EHbt; ' ' ;
'" ■ '■ - ~'— .
L'nSiy'wl'! cpc;aie viith greater, force;-'
;n somft ■■";" lr_«ano€B.' • f ban ; ricor. -; It ;• is,
|thc*vfO2t>; my first ; wish to have " my
; <who> :.... : conduct distinguished: by • sit.—
'all of' up more w \-~-s ecl^oes.
[r&peaUttij involuntarily the virtues.., thel
fdefocts, Uie rni'veaoen^ unj the charac^
|t^V)j|:'<f ' ihosV^EvrucMiy;;; whom'- .wfti^iv^^;
On*? s^-Jt 'ttght* ?;*> have to ussertfin, 1
IconinVon': with ?; rnunitind-^and j ':■. tl(at§is|=aS;
: row cli ; . Ji' j' oil r . haiute fa s \ th^Us- J^X\i :^X r^^
iof'hhvljjsTactDfetJilßg to di -MisslMulock?
Heroes «n history stem to usnoeHc.be
fcause, they are' truL\ But if we "should 1
pelljthe simple trwtti 'or sotr,e of our neigh
ibors;<! it^ woul d | sound ji iikel pdetry.S6^,Wjt
fe«t«: ■ . -; - jpi
:-;6The" first €xlornal"r*vi»latlon» of th«
f dry-rot In men is,a.tvti«l«ncy to lurk anrt
[;louriße'; : ?to^be?*at'f street : |cprnerstwljpiLO^K
||intell!giblelreaspj? :£ to • be^SingJanywhlgrJf
|,*Wben^metJlLtQ''^bo about many 'xoaces;
r>rulber/tban\'any;|to (toTobtb&g^tanstblt^
ferSvE-r..-;-- - .... .^i"
but : to ; have. I ; anTinteritiori of ; perf ormlng-a
number of ;• tangible \ duties . to-riiorro w, ' or
the day after.— Dickens.- • r "
• r Gain; may^be' temyoraiy.and; uncertain ;
but /eyer^.whHe'-youi' live : expenst;";; is con
stantyand^certalßi^Jßrid ; It • is] casJerV .to
build. - two • . eh lmrieys \ihan to "? keep one fin
f uel.~!Tra'nklii:. . •.]-'-, I
Make your dwelling tasteful-and attrac
;-tive, both within and .without;' the jasso
:,ciations of the . home .of i our ' early ; days
have ;a : sltorig influence .on the future
life.— C. Philips. : : : , "~ '
I f . Whencej "are ; thyi beams, '; O, : sun !^ thy ;
I everlasting'iight?^ ThbuVco'mest^ forth ;in
I -thy awful beauty ; the ■■, stars hide them-;
1r;1 r ; selves : Jn "the ."sky ;V. the moon, ; ; cold ■ and
I .pale; r sinks in the^westerri'wave ; ] but thou
I i thyself mo vest alone.r-Macphersbri. *■: ~ : '„';■
- ' The thinking 'part of ,- mankind :- do : : not
form .their . judgment from.": events; and"
>thelr>- estimate i'-iWill ' everv attach'^e^ual
•glory"; 16 those actions which 1 deserve sue
. ces^ ■ aiid-" those ;-which • have : been crowned ■
with it.— "Washingtoni ; : " ■• >- ■
•; ; Mirth : Is - shorty and : transient ; cheerful-;"
riess'i fixed \ and" permanen t.-;J Mirth ? is like
arflashfof- lightning, '■ithatrbreaks'UlirougH
of/-clpuds,K;and^glitterSf fbria
moment.. Cheerfulness keeps^: up. a^kinij'
' j^bf^'daylight in ; the : mind, " : filling^it';with>a r
-steady 'and perpetual:- serenity.— Addisbn.i
"h- If a woman is f no t fit; to 1 • mariagei the ' in^
; ternal ~ matters of : a"; housed; she jj is : fit if or
: nothing, - arid :! should ; never .; be : put '; in - a.;
,- house" or over a;; house,'-; any. i way. '.Good
.housekeeping ;iiesiat::tne; root ;-bf;all;'the;
real ;ease and"; satisfaction': in ; existence.'-^-'
Harriet Prescott Spofford." , „ .- :
; ; ; A world . of ■; little ; cares ; are continually^
aVisirig, which tbusyVor. affluent; life -knows"
:' nothing of ,*'; to :bpen :i the " firsts door/ to 'Qis^
I tress^; , Hunger. Is ; not ; amorig; the) postporij?'
:able;^ants;aiid?a* day, <even a;few:houfs|j
;in such : a condition : is : often \ the r crisisTbf ?
"a life, of rulh^Thbmas. Paine.
LEE CAMP ■ HOXORBD '?
I Jlemliers Tntrodnccd- :to Miss Heth,
■'■y''-/i I-';'-;' Da.ug'liter;. of . : ,.tlie!\ General. . '
'-'„R . E. -?; Lee : Camp; ; No: ? I, ;■;: Confederat e':
-helditheirjregularymeetingjlasti
■ night, ..' Commander : : Joseph r; Ci'SDickerson
; in ; ; . the V: chair, i; After .-'• the P transaction '£ of ;
"routinelf business, ;V:;;Miss;^Nannie%-;Heth;-.
. daughter ' of ! Major-Gerteral tHarry Z Heth;";
; was t introduced ito j the icamp p by u Mrs.i! N.'j
: camp a"s, recess'
; for;; five 2 minutes ; for the • membersUto % be ;
i Introduced^; personally,'^ to :; Miss A 1;A 1 ;
;numberiofithesDaughters;ofithe>Confed';l
/ eracy ' : were xtoJ greet^the'iyisitbiVs
;' ., AU;v the members j; after;
isignedstheirinamc on; the 'register ;;under;
-the :: name tof lv i Heth;' % and ?■ th c ?-pag6 j
i-wlU^beikeptVas^afsouvenlrJof ; her^-visit/i
ifi Short <: talks\iwere- made; by:' 7 Comrades.
James :P'oweriSmith?and iCaptain: T.V;C.;
Morton. •>.'"'
■"'.'eltr,was : - stated ;*that;:;Grand-Commarider.;
: .Thomas ~W;" Smiths would; visit UheHcamp]
I'onfinextliFriday.^night.v'and^George^.-E.I
■PickeitSCamp ' r was;- invited VT.to . 'be
." ent.
A -Sliot i-HiniWelf
4_- • ■."• -■--■■-.-:•■■:! - .c-.y- ..-, ;>.--•;■■• :, >-..-->-i ; •'■;- :, ■ ■ ;■•
i-i jMr.j Peter? Moi-ton, ■ ,whb?resides '^"withi his
father fat ?No.s 810 f Jessamine » street,"^acci7;
dehtallyishotf himself »inionelhand£yester£
day.%,3Hei;was?unloadingsal;t3BfcallDresre^
.the/ball f goingsthrough 'ithesleftf hand. •'„: . , .
New Hector <o Arrive.
-Rev. G. Otis Mead, the new. rector for
[ChrlstyEpiscopalwchurch^isSfexpectedßito
srrive?lll ? ; the i city^tor'dayV&Hev willSbegiii
; his -iwibrk N:\yithlthe Vchurch]on : j Sunday yby.
preaching!?! morning ii; and 'eyeni ngrh'- Mr{
Dr. Gardner *\ ill .-peak to Ladle*?
|^T|ieX ! services at (the:: Gr&e-Streetlvßap^
ItistTchurchsoniSundayjatSrP.iM^jw^V^'i
<especlally-:interestins;. - Theygwill ; betiiin-l
*tler,s the S auspices f of> the ' ; >Youlig#liaxHes'4
jMtesibiiarj^Guild.^Dfc ClS;' ■'■Gardhdr^ilb
fpreachV.thegsertnonSv'Besides Sthe ! inlislc
; by^the|choir, ( ithere : will ; be a solo; by ; ? Mr.^;
m^pn^atkMs^^^gl:M;. : :rfr r^'p^^S
ISn^W^ ORLEANS,! I>A^ N6vemtferjfiji^|
iTheißteameriMontezutnaicleai'edffqrjCapei
|Town|to^day with- 1.130 hordes. "-^B|ft
ATLANTA, '; GA., .. November, 29.^-Assist
'ant-A I State^Geolo^stfiMcCallie, t Swhdj«r«S
tfr6mia*newjweUfnear^GhickamaugiaL^ai > H, l> 3
tanhouiicedlithatiJthe^.liquldficontainedSlO^
• perijcehtK of spures salt; j >p,Th c $s brine Ewas f
I struck* at faldepth f of ) 212 1 fee t.^tThfefce|a'i'b I
no other Hilt wolls, in that part of
©^E^CO^CiT!y^Npy;6rob'e^29<.%r^^^^
tTh'arikßslvingfifCharity^BalllfaPteßldfent?
llDlaziinvltedr John^Barrett; ; of \ theWnlted I
SStttt^gdelfes^Uo^to^be^PanfArtierlcan^
SsSaSereiieer to 'his box, -and congraW-j
ilated^Mm^ohJ hfafsp^eeh* at," ttoe^fcattiruet?
IbliSthe'attntrlt&niifleleimtloni kand* tbtunkisdi
Barrett in parttculur, for his reference
illa^Bli»:i upeech tojrhlin? and* the^DUw^dog
-es^^se" o*-0 *- - g II :s£s&&
tMfiw^ani^Ruthorford; Miss Johrtaort.j
Glazcbrobk." Mrs.- Bruce,' Miss Baird,, aiTß.:
l^riUi^J^^ttarry^aer^ss^yll
laUendanc&:>The^^^
'■and w;ts a Ll^ between Mrs. T Bruce ftnd
: Bainl aud "Miss Mayo andg^^j
@sMrs^lferbert r; ; A. c'laiborne ?LwHi§l6ayg|
f this??af tenibbn .i^f br|Charlestons: tojlitake; j
fcharg^qCithe^varlqUSibolKesith^^^
!s«itgfromlth"etdlfferent7^
|!th^lmanyi:ra^|andlbe;^tiful^
tteTextilbiteaiis!.a^
IbelprisinSftoTttieiiCabellivf^
mlal^coffee-pbtibearingitheSSergeant^coat^
V6f-armsTand ibelonglng} tblthelWlse.family;]
I'Sir^pudley^pigrfi^Brcream-bucket^whlchlis:}
fSjw^ihlthe^posse^ioh^ofgMrs^i^^T^
|RbbirisO^Ja m^sto-^?diambndoeal^wlthi
|a^cr^3t^utv?upbn ;It3 contributed :;by|Mryi
S-James Lyons; -beautiful arid 'quaint &old
imem^alipin^l^itby^rilloTK- -trees' made'ofs
itti^h'ai^of^i^depaftedjioye^
' Smith's^histbry Kin ; fttHe vbriginalleditioriii
: ivery^rrarelano^lyalu^
ftbleFbratiohSbysPr.iTTidb^LuC^^^OTn^
IbyiMrs^ C.^B:fiT.^ Coleniah ; I Speaker> John]
I^ ;'. watch '?. aiid f many ; ; other: yalua^j
|bleTand?preciousXthings^yirginial.isitp)bej
upon ' having j an . exhibit
".wPrthy.bf its'r.ame "and history. -
Dr. Julian -Caboll;::Unitccl; : States^. army ,1
of Washington, who has .been", spending.
-Thariksgivmg AWith vhis;isister;> Mrs;";jHer-?
I bertV Av^iCiaibonte,'- left yesterday -for
;his 'home. '•" - _" -I ,', i
Miss ' Julia Spades, of -Indianapolis'; •.who
'h'a^ib^n^islthiglthe^MissesirWaddillilonj
Park avenue, leaves for her"" om^|
* * .*
.'■' MissHelen^lonta'gue": wlll: ; Teturn |hPme :\
Monday after - a delightful visits to ; Mrs.
-Basil Gordon c in Baltimore.
An enjoyable, danee 1 was' given last
i nigh t^ih^Belyider^Hall^iby^ the" (Junior
» Cotillon Class. .-.'-' '- * . -" '
;and ; Mrs.- WilliamATodd; Robins
fev^. issued ; invitations ;tb;the: marriage :or
their J^aughter.l Ruth % :J»lr^
Thomas Thursday
evening: ! December;l2th; ' ,'at ; 8:30 -o'clock,:
at VSt.f-Paul's'. Episcopal -chuMh. .-- • ■
** * "
> This afternoon at 4:30 o'clockMlss Edith
11 L-'Ayer?:L -'Ayer?: " of V Bfpoklyn;^ N.'^T.-^vrillS iglve
Sbme:;'recitatipMVatqtheAW!oman^ ; Club.
Miss'Ayer ' comes^wlth; an, enviable^ reputa-:
:tions; as"; an"; elocutionists aM !• has fa^ most
varied 'and /attractive 'programme.' - .
* * «. •
'% Tea will be; served" at th^ Woman's Club.
.on it ternbbnTf rbni' 5 to; S co'clocfc.
':'-::'■'_:.- ■ '■ ,'i ./.•" ;-y T *'. -?•?• ' .'^.v.if ■:''■■! "''..■-.{ •■'.'.'■.:■
■The Stay-at-Home Whist Club:willhrneet
' 6n^ Monday; evening promptly- at -8 o^clocki
I wi th ■] Miss ;Clalre jGuillaunie, 7 east '; Grace
street. , . ■ .
> The engagement is announced of .Colonel
: Mead c t Haskins;y; formerly ;^ o f s . this7> city,
ibut i'nowj bf fßlackston^ I and .Miss Frances
\Vaughan; 'Jones?.;-; The: ; maf"rla'geXwlll|take
I place; fromUhelhbme Jof the^brlde'sTaurit,-
l Mfs.^Joseph Addison : Jones, y; and V the
"ceremony. wiir ; be" performed;in the Presby
iteriah ; church ."bf;Blackstone.
;,- % - .'■:.., '. '■ ' •'„•* '■.:"':■■
: ;In honor .*. of :. the : : sevehth : birthday^ of
rtheir^little^dau'ghter^MisslMarth'aJMlfcfc
ib'eth.>Mr: ■and^Mrs.:rM:>^len?;Chamb#s
i gave -I "a delightful^ child's ;Vparty\syes'ter
day^ afternoon iat^' their >;home,t^ No/ ;;2W
west Main', ■ street. Between 5 - : arid •; 7:30
it large-friumber ,•'; of 5 yourig^folte^eh joyed
; games v^arid :' ref reshments:;- Prizes:;: I were
. .won.-;.by.; Misses ;• Elizabeth '-{ Mbsby; ; Gray, \
■Enima'Xj-arriett, . arid /Mastervßaileyj Saiini
1 Vders'.'-Jr."-; r>: and ; " numerous " presents ~f or i lit-.
Utle ; Maftha ; will/se^
! ers'-bf • aihappy birthday anniydtsary.'y %i i
...*'- ■ "*«•*.-. .• . ' '
■■hThe'*.'Confedefate^bazaap~'':wlU;i open in
.Eai tirtlore? December^ 2d j /■: All i persons A de^
siring to : help this lnoble ' object-^-a' mbriu
merit; ;toT : Maryland's 5 Cpnfederairei-tiead'^-'
willsend'artlcles.-usefuljor, brrianientaVto'
v easttGrace street^ where itheyTAviii-; be
-packed- and^sentito! the ; Virginia-table/ -'
* *'•
;>v Miss : :Mary-JDimock.Vofj; Newport >News,^
• is" f .visiting': at : ; : theY Governor's •■ Mansrori, 1
' the fv guest ' of ; his "daughter," • Miss ; Belle
Tyler.
• * * - '
\ ''■':• The • second lecture' 1 bf ; the \- \ series - .' by j
iMisslMaria^Blairjwa^^iyen^la^tlriight^ati
i the jßichmondi£^Female 'f'. Seminaryi-i^.The;]
subject ' was : ' "Naples • and Her Day." Sr ; " v j
S% Cards are ; out announcing the appfbach-^
' ink 3 marriage 'y of /Mr ?y Leslle^B:% Samuels
'• and Miss ; Mary ■ Louisa^ Terrell;-of'Padu
■cah^r Ky.:^TheVceren^bny^willltake|: place'
Jat'-'Grace'r Episcopal i churcli^s Paducah,'f oh
|iDecemberf 11 th.r: at =^8:30 ;r {o'clock/s^The
t gfobm-elect ; Is 'well f. known in iißichmbrid,-
Shaving ibeeriC a v student \ at ? Richmond I Cbl- r .
Uege:;:Miss ;is'j a" daughter;; of ; : Mr.,
and . Mrs: vßichardv ßichard Gilliam- Terrell."-'- - '
% : :iisM : *'" &*&0&r&%!? : &&c
' - , Mrs. ; James ; : Keith a entertained^ a-;, few.
; friends Vat;; a'- card" party >.Thursdayy:after|;
■] iri^ honor y: of 'Miss [;Keith. | The irhigh^;
Jest .'score -, was by ' Mts.-'iGideon'.pavent'prt'
; and Mr s. ; " f Har rie ter.^l horth.fi-; arid :
?squth:sMrs.'::;Dbyle^'arid*-;-Mrs:riPanie^
and west. ' r.\ .-\ -.L'^_ ->.' -.
\ ■:■■ Mr:?; and : ; ; Mrs! Andrew .Grey, p 0f ;;', 213
■ south A;. Third: r street % entertained i'-.yer'y
: charmingly j at ■ a;; 6 o'ciock] dinner?. Thiirs-?
i'day; r V'The*c~olbr^schemevhere\wasl|in?^
% white X American ; JBeauty^roseslv arid
,white}carnatibris,^arid;was7rnostfen!ectiyeV
\Those /present "were ; Mr: and iMr^f Andrew;
: Gfey.
Hunter^ Misses 'Ada: arid^Neiliej Gray 'f Mi-:
jrEugehe ■• B. . ' Sydrior, :■■ arid Dr. '.Benjamin l
Brotherhood of St. Andrew.
i'l| Thel Brotherhood Pot :? St^7 'Andrew^Kwlil*
iholdS its ijs annual V meeting " to-night s>at^-' 8 i
io'Clock ;lat V Holy -Trinity ■.iChurchlf^Kev."'
§* Strange; ■.-■- Di D.v .£ of & St^j
iPaul's/ l iwill^deliver >;i the *- sermon. . The
: public ; will' be -welcomed. ■. •' ~
See- How Many Fri«.*nO..s Are Hurt ,l»y
tmsg&-' ■- ■■ coffee.. - . . \-:&Q
It would be just aa .reasonable ; for- a
temperance ; advocate) to * ; drink Tajlittleloii"
lutedtwhiskeyrasfltb'fdrinkVcbnTee;^
i^as^rulyantintoxickntlasithKotfer^an
p^rals^ettc^n|th^use|bf ■ cblfeeljiririgsyoh;
a|^varietyi: of "chronic ; diseases^; nbtbribus'
ambjtig^.which v ifare
:taWoV|(^d|ulOmately^heaftff^iiire)^rre?l
(juently ft p constipation, i? - • kiuney ■'; diseases, ■■:
mah*y/;cases fof ; weak .- eyes; 1 and".; trembling:
condition f of Rthe^ni2rves:H. §;r ?§3^^^
.gThis'UsfohlySa' ssmall percentage /oflt'hei
'jgTeatiyariety; bf [diseases nwhich^cornel f romj
anlfunbaiance^^
ttieJpersistent daily use of c the^drufficaf
feine,' which- irs, the active principal of
coffee^^Anotheriblt '% of |primaf f acie|eVi|:
derie'e"' about eoffeu is that .the .viftiriis io
the habit find great difficulty hi giving St
.They will solemnly pledge ti> th(;mselves
day after day,' that they" will abnadon the
use of it' when' they know that it %\ill
shorten their days, but mo-Mug 1 aftfcr
morning thr-y frill;' until they ct"> v.tO.'de-J
spise themst-lvcs for their lack of con
' "Any one Inter(jsl.e«.l in , this subject woulil
be "greatly ; Burprised : to: make^a s-ysi jjiVb%"
tic inquiry.' among. prominent br 'ui-wor:>;»
crs in '-America:" Thffre t re 'hundreds of
thbusandslof;"p^lmpst^pr6minrat^p^
that have abandoned coffe't xlton^ci^r
andj^re VUsing;- Postum- Food ;■ CofCce; in^lts
pl acer.andcforAthe 1 most .excellent reasons
in' the world.^V Many of them L=-s:!ffy that
Ul-h¥althTiineryo»>^ pro3txatlon;Und , conse-;.
quent' 1 inability io work, has »n Uwib
past, -pushed thorn b!\uk and- out pi thHt
proper. Btahdirik: in .• Hfe,-} which they/have
been' ab!*- to resain by the u*e of good
hcaUhivstrong' nerve*;; and :- great vitality,:
since cbffe.^ •has'ibcen'. thrown out; and:; th»;
iPoatvim put in Its place . - . ' s -
'."- ' of v 3nd' Authors^fißs^^^ro appearance of
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ELKS IiODGB; OPi; SOIIROW^
Elaborate Exercises Have Been Ar
ranged; for- Sunday Afternoon/
I .vAThe v ' annual , ; memorial^,- service -of "the
!'RldnnionaLodge^^ N. 6- 45; 8." -P.^ O.JBlks/ajndi
of fevery^othef: lodge tofHhe? order antthe
iWJTId.f will 'be : -held: to-morrow ' afternoohJi
;It ;ls a beautiful I custom: of (the : orders this
simultaneous }: tribute -:tb .'-the -.memory « of.
. the.f dead* :of iithe'- order, 1 i and :- one'jwhich^
isljalways.imarkedKbyithe imbsti aoiemn,i
, impressive..^;' and :.-- beautiful ff\ ceremonies^
•Ev«ry .year , the names of the dead, >no
matteri" how ' i many.?, years f have ': passed
since itheir?deatli;ta-re; ; called, ,.- and !V? light;
is ij extinguished : :: to fc typify. ::.the v extinction*
f of i the \ spark zof ? lif &| .The i best f orators ito ■
jbe jhad I are -annually 'secured i to ;payAtri-'
bute Koj thoseg departed-: members 5 the
lof derj'iwho fare j embalmed < in ' memory,; by 3
thesef annual X Music ;ofia; high;
torderj and .appropriate 1 to i. the solemn ? na^
■ ture"?; of v? the I/commemoration V; is-* r always i
: another,., feature l 1l 1 of In vati-1
, ably,:J the JrElksV* memorial £ exercises gat~
:tract anraudlence^that'fillslthe nalljrfmany:
other ■% than ':■■ members pbf fjthe £ orders' and!
. relatives rattenairig.'^Upon v-.thia"? rostrum
:.theitentire;menlbersHip lodge >and=
the f- visiting s brethren ; are ; : grouped; 5 and '
Ithe^hall^ls-'tastefUlly.'garnlshedrfor^the;
.occasioii.7%-* -, " - , '
vTiThe ; exercises ?in I Richmond Li to-morrow]
; afternoon be ■ had k at * the;: Academy;
i of MMusic;v-;whlchr has tibeeny tendered J;f or;
f.usualiyi initerestlngi programme ?has iy been |
;' arranged : |by^ the* committee'; in tcharge* ofj
! the rservlces^i the 'i musical | features ? being .
iespeciallyi attractive." sThe 's proxramhie ?in'
; f ull,l^tpKether;«Vwlth $the ?, Committees ?rof
fArrang^mentrandtßeceptlortriand theiros-1
ter of* pfflcers I is^ appended : ;j\< f - : '/ ■i : -- -
■M Ov.ertlire^Academy .n orchestra, 1
; Moses^ Stein,? director. \.\ r ,
?3f Opening ; mem
jbers t.-Rlchinond" i Lodge r?4ine=iroll^6f^6ur"
honored>i dead 'Z will Sbe ■ called ;Kthe ? Elks';
f opening gode J^lll sbe '£ sung;,:jii v A the :
jßey^HenfySPearce.fAtkins.^^ concluding;
/.with^a 'AmembHal il over ttirej*- by,' j Prof essor, ■
■FrankvHarnis'sSbrchestra. •• • *
iSTrto^Miss '^Florence ' McNeil, s > David s'An-;:
' tlf ada|^ and s John £W.X Early. '*--'?I-;;v? I-;; v ? ■;•' S W;: ; :
f^S Soprano jiSolo-^Missii Pearl ATormie. .' '. ,
m Sextette^fMisses o McNeil p ands iTormie.i
r^Andrada'>lH.all^Early,^and'*Bode.'t
the"r> George I.C.T Cabell;f Jr.';;
Dartvillfl Ixidge/: ' : ,i . - '"
feißarltqn6iS6l6-^Tbhn\W.?Early. . . V^lPig
•^Eulogy— '.'Our « Dead ■ yS'jßrother, : : S.« K rt
fKeiiey. . r;mm
Aenlunv O^crc-=tr«i
|S Special-iSelectlon^BiJoufMusiCal^ Come-q
. dj-if* Company "-"; (kindness *'| Brother^ Jakie
|^ells)rSßr6ther3 r John :W.^Dunne;ijman^
.agiTig director; i Max i Hoffman;^ musicalTdir,;
inclosing Richmond : Lodge. >'*»v
pßehedicUbnf-Thu Rev. Henry Ft.arce
..:■ -b ■•* ■■>■:.;■ -sr\ -^ ■; ; H^!aw
p- Manager Leath has tendered the vu 1?^1 ?^ of
rthafAcademylfrec, f T%^^
*€lThe^ Memorials Service : Committee?, coh-j
jaists^f ctFrahk l^r;-iOunninghaml(chair^
|maW;« jrTi Gi 5 Leath, •iPrestbn^Belvin?? H^
Moses : Stein, ; and > Juan]
?Al^Pizzinl,:'Sr.i^^?^X^- . A. .
*gJ37he#Reception^;G6mmittee? •wiUsbe^H.j
i Ciaibbrne^Bppsy (chairman),^;W> : D. ;;Bu t-^
Ilef;TSM.ax^Cohen;^John%~Ai Lamb, r :'T.^A:l
iTrafele; : ; '•'- 'i H's^ ClintonSsfßoudar,^ Morsan;
L^reat;^-C.?^W^We^btirj% ss E<-Monroe*fLeVyj-fE < -Monroe*fLeVyj-f
f Hr^F -s GrlmineiirS Cxs-F.*-tKohler;%"VVilllam"t
sMa^nV?JbhnfJ#Murphy^Dr^JSHj9Hinch|j
5 mani 1 ? J^A^Caruthers.g^V^ S^NolatM*M
jßi^Jurgens,*Edgar "Allen,'! Jr;; ; and|HaCf
»3Thu officers of the lodge are Frank jU.^
sCunnihgham^ye^alted^riiler:p|LpulsftO4
iWendenberg^estfeented^ leading a kmght;^
Bpudir,i>esteeinJ2<l r lloyal? f knight; t
ferestonfSfßavihr^fi^teemedv.^yecturins;
!kn|ghtrSJpnhSStampeiVl treasurer ;7-T.lgß.s
rf.Burke,*^ secretary^ Jake> *Crone»'
ifller^W^M^ljawrence^esquiret^JiiiAnMA^
fPzzini: Sr: chaplain; Jake-'K:?Fished
-guard; Gtis iJ. Delrtruc, Urustee^fHiieiaU;
borne Kpps, trusjee; Joiseph tsiuntpi,
worthy charity^ was .' benefited |to 3th*^*x->
ItfenfetoM seyeraVfehundreaSffdHftrftftby^thM?
|Btt£o^wtfarice;iot.^*Dayia^OaJ^teltff*tj|Q«B?
lAtia^yftlaßtlnlgh^mTftt^MW,^^™?'?^
ie^M^tvlthje^hom?,':* *n& ejpeclaUy§tO|
the* chairman, Mrs. .John a . ifarwoort, ig
'iT b*naW % the entertainment, and •• •.
ito 'the 'gratification' -bf • those who ;'. had
thet affair; in ,w^r; ". ."•.': .-::• ■•-■' -*j ;. ';
;Vi Of ?ithe--play,s "David p'Garrick".< there 'i is
I littloj dx> "Ibe :. said . ias 4 the ;| piece ; ii is i, such
; aniC-old ; onejbandvhas 'ibeen 'I presented yhere
rso 'v of ten, .. that : the ~i public .; is" qulfe^fa
iiriill&rj.with": ItlTiThe' cast' last vnight;;with!
one^oryi two: .exceptions,"- :.was • 1 the *same
\that:!appeared;awhen:>the -play •was rpro
jducediflastr winter. ". ■■ '•'-.■]
.Therefore/ -the .production -was^chleflir.
] Interesting; by ; reason"of ' the "■ fact" that
j the 5 occasion ; marked i the S debut k > of^M iss
rßstelle; Pizzihi/fJaSmost 'Charming vaspi-':
jrant: f or.j the i honors, qfi the j amateur stage"?
I Miss : Pizzlni was:, cast I as : Ada:lngot, - and :
1 played £ the 3 partSquit&s gracefully.>' ; -Her s
'. beauty.iwas i probably; never ; seenftoibetter
advantage. Xl- ; SheSwas^almost .showered.
■ with iflowers Tat ithe I end* of * the ifirstiactS
Mr.' t Sycle, »as i^David^Garrick/.'.sVwas l ex-;
ceedingly.", cleverJ** The"- play iWasSstaged!
iby^Professpr^Pierson.jVvThetßluesVißand?
: played" a: selection the' curtain 'xose l
on-.theinrst^act^and^SiginundjKahn^ren-;
dered- : ai';:piano solo. \ •
i; S"Th'e"ii.Gay "llr. :^Goldstein"^wllHbe< the;
attraction! at^the 'Academy^thisiaf ternoon 1 ;
: and " to-nigh t:S The ; piece iwas ■a* grea t"[ sue-*
cess ; 'iihJrNorfolk. ; fti.The;;;following^notice|'
appeared 'iin-fthej Landmark.: - _ -- .
7>.VFour|curtain.Ccallsland^contlnubus.?ap47
plause; v wasithe manner; in f ,which^.The".Gajr;
■Mr.'?-Goldsteih'..:lahdvhlsrreally-i'fine'fconi-"{
pany4were '5 received vat -: the? Academysofi
'Music ?; last v night. * and 3 It Vail : ' was 5 richlyi
deserved/ - L ; Mr. ;' JV>Keogh/5 In (the )
[ title !role/-'.wasf clever. s !]- but ,l the"' stars %of j
I the -iwereS Mary i Hampton:^ asj
Mrsi i,Goldstelri 'Jandi George j O. ißonif ace,j
Jr.;' |ast?;'Reddy/?jßattleback.%AThe ? per^i
: f ormance - in' its I entirety *was; a - good i one ;
andJheartilyi'en3oyed:?;;The^matinee:iyes-;
.terday laf terhoon .was; oneiof * the sla^gestj
of .the season." . ' ,
-The^- Olympiad Vaudeville jCompany.-:wiil'
Close-its; stay^at?.the}BiJou
and^nighttperformances i to-day.^^^v^v?
rs.The icompanyAhas J presented i a'i pleasingJ
bill tally week,*?; and : S the S attendance ;ha3?
beenlweirsupitoithe 'limit: "^S^fi
"'• Next J,week^ the ißijoufMusicalfComedyi
Company iwllDbe Uhe sattractidn;-; present- s
ingrithe;Hoytiplay;;^A s iDay;a*dsvA. i {Nightt
Ih«New~-York.'-'."i:The;f principal* part ., in
this comedy ftwswiwritten?; forj Otis "Harj3
lan^andSltheTynewilleadinsf flady,; Agnes;
■Rosel:Lane^*wasr,the.:4secondf?actresst'td|
protravi the leading, part.- Intended*! f brithez
fair sex. : '-"- ■ "
SMiixc Hoffman ■ has written ■ a number
of ; newJ; musicaH h utnber s; ' ' ' * • " . ; ' '
F ACGOM.VC i-TEACHBHS' IiEACCE:
PAiiaressea l>y -Denny, of .
*^^^r AVnsninjrton ami lf.ee.
,-EXiIORE, VA., November 20.— (Special.)";
"-llil'*"* "'-"'^ I- ■-""■- ■■•"■ : '-' T " - ■■■" ; " '■- j~ ". t _. ■->■. -*"«■"" t '_,'■'■ *<."*-!. '."■• ■ — ■-. ■'.■vji-r.r-;-^.^
r'TheS Accomac.sTeachers, -"s Eeague :i was lini
eepsion at Parksley yesterday and -to-.
day.' It was bno nC.tlie rc.->?ti; v .rgelyTat-3
|te^ded • meetings of its felncl aver hehC|ln!
itirfFtjounty* there bring- ovor.'oneShundredj
teachers prrsent^ . :}: }> President ;AV^f A?T*pJ
: &^ranlrlpr.eside<irover3th'ej meetifts'ltoSdayj
aridMntrocluccd 'Dr. -Gcorge/H. : Denny.^
(pres ident Tot iTVashingtba ; and sXie»\Unlver^i
|,sl^,^Sj]tH'e{speafeeVA6fltHeiOTCasion^Dr.l
|Dennyvl gaveS almost |i forcible fatldresWiTor^ j
:2en£epHe] heldjjthel large* ga^thcrinslspell-J
ttioiiifaj forl- overman *hpur^vfithlhis/cli)Qui£'hti
;i>fat6jey^pr4pefi"^^is2w?,^lstfe|!fof^Nfe^
|S2?¥S^^? r<! ' ;he3i3stp^m«t;fdiattrigiilshed]
rPe^QnsJihterestedJrn.^theLy^Uson^mVimo^
speech -he :'deh6nKced||
yellbW/jdurnaltsmjfand.Memo
It should boTstamped out'of existence. H5H 5 - '
claimed].that;the. educati6hiofipublio;op!h^
;'ldn^^as^a^prihie^teQn^it^«ndersaWrir|l
1 publ!caii|f Ormfpf CgQvei t nto6irt)f arid *cpu W| I
■b^f6htainjedFonl>^by^nflKidua|^
pccgndarj^^schbols^
tie?, and by, scokinsr to tn«(.ire *a?spir!tl
(^lndepoiiiler.cf In man. ■
|Ht»tJt?ASKt-£cm-^VA., Koyemb^l^^
lT.hankselvini^ifse^l6e?,"(«^h!ch|ii^>«?sh^<yi
:^.nitfts:^!Bsionarlr^l^i>tl^^wch|yißi? tf i>| '
Gap; "orat:\ns»ctl .-m antl^a.ioojt 1-pasue of
ltheMbtrn*-iw!tn A. F. W, MUter. fprfaH"
dent: J. B.,Palntcr.'.vlce-prc»(dcnt; Jam?y 1
•Brown i at •the union Thanksgiving scr
;vice>;wasv.very iflne. tha -lungtiase a=e".
- being ?most choice and beautiful.
" : ': Last "Vnight 'there -was a Thanksgivios
entertainment : at therllethodist. church
; :; " Wednesday -night, in the new Op«ra
-House~i-arlarge-and appreciative crowd
;was si entertained by a minstrel troupe.
-Thejperformance all around was most n
■cellent,-*;.-. and" kept the: large assembly
rlaughing': and 'applauding much of th*
;time: /There -.were xmany . culored peop'e
'in-"evidence'.:in'?,the;;'gallery up-stairs. ,
ra-Por; several days shooting" matches'seen
; to ; -;. have - been :\ the order of the tlaj-i' A
■ board -is:; nailed -against a tree or p<)s:
:to.Vfofin fa; target:; The contestants here
shoot_with shotguns. "l The one who com£«
.Dearest 1 to "vhittlngjthe target wins the
;prize/£wh!ch isiusually a turkey. Gene
rally,^a:;fee : of 10 cents admits a per
son .to the /contests.'; with the priviks*
[of 'oneishot; at ; the Uurgey. The success
fulL;man >puts his prist.* up
againstoibe 7 shot 1 at. : ami the samf: turkey
;i3j sometimes i put ::up; to be shot at for
;a'.\prize;as; ; oftenvaSia' dozen times, and
so\ * the j'sport -goes. ;■
A 'bountiful :nurab'er "of turk-iys. (luck.".
and. ■'. chickens ;were -in the -city for sa!?
on ;■ Thanksgiyinji-Day. . Turkeys, when
dressed.^bring^li^a ; cents per !• pound : ilress
:ed>:duak9.cl2,- cents.'- and chickens, 14
cents/ : Live 'tiirkev hens sell for 13 cents
and; gobblers at' §l apiece. Live hens-srfl
;for v -'[3o.F cents" and : broilinjj-si"^- Te
chickens at 12 ' cents .apiece.
SiThough^verySbright yesterday, it *- 3
soScold thatistanding- , water was. C:ozen.
andiifjthe ..weather; continues thus a i?*
daysjionger.^- there: will: be an ice spe!!
aniunusualithing this early in the season
in^thisVsection. : ;v^" ; '. • .
rfJMr.^Kyla^Williamson,, formerly of thii
cityJibutynow,; telegraph operator at Clue-.
stone:fJunction/&"VV". Va:," arrived in -this
;townV«lastl<-Monday -night. :to visit hia
mother: :?jAfter. spending a \-week with her.
he'iwUlJgo "'^tor-Windsor; .Va..; to spet!«l
the -iremainderVof ?his "two weeks' .vaca
tlonvwith^hls!.-sister, Mrs: , O. Grumpier.
whp; resides "at -that place.
l Mrs. C Mary: : Ar iGilmore :left Monday
forlaiyisit|to-: her daughter. -Mrs. Wilson.
j\vh"o'jresides':'at'iNatural "Bridge. Va.
"-1 Mrv;SS:SH.; Gilmore spent Sunday W
Roanoke.v : rv.^r^. T :;x.^;C • ..'■■
WMr.;:i.eej.Trfnkle. of Wytheville. wai
ia^the;scityjyesterday.; ;'■■/
I.X.DAXVII.LK.
JuVIIii?DiaLIVEKV^
- ; 'ed to'Knilowe Taylor.
DANVILIuE^^VA;^ ■ November HO.-tSpe; ..;•.
I (cial^Thlsfeltyj experienced }It»3 first jail
i fdenveo'^f in3ai«lbng Stlme .'. to-night. wb«»
i r atS7^ o'clock ;J it i, was found , T that thre*
! escaped ibycuuinx
■ Vfheir,Vway3 through. tt&e? brick walls of ..tn?
prison.? They : were" all confined on minor
iCharges.- .•.,**'" ' ■• .
i HQneiofitheUrio'retufnedto-the. jail ar-J
I lsurrend.ered^about; T jthe.U«me. . tht» officer*
j jwereSabout :to start out in search «o-
I ithe|fugitlve3.r=:,^s-v.::l' : ■:;.;.' 1 :-■' yt : ;i
the -directors of t
1 ißusmess-Men'si^Assoclation . to em-or*
i iMjv^VW^Aß^Taylor. "ofjthis city, for st;it»
\ /Railroad I Commissioner' has. been the t»*
I iipf^the|tojivnihere- to-day. \ :^ ;
c ■ • \ — : — •*•»■ - ; .-"'■■ . ■.';
Arrtvxt for.l*ost-o[Uf«vßi>t>lter>.
; SRQAKOKB,*VVA.V:"Novoi«bcr,:^■- ;fa , ! ,^
; i-Torner *| (colored) awassarre^twtiher^^
! |nig;ht^eliarseapfwitftlpO3t^omce 'robpfrx.
; iScveraffUay3laao!tfte|post-b{liC'' i }tt i l # »
! fin -Franklin - county, was roubwl-or .•»•■•■
; ??maH;s9um- of -monoy . ami some Sl ' l! 7 " j
! aw :
I fbnbrihundred^anasfburteenvi-c^at ■•»»•«"
I S^r^ruisistswitlfei?iWna^our;;i^". :
I ikJPAZO:OINTMENT r faU3;toicurc:Km>
i |^cinl^t^HOW|incer3.:and;Sore3. ;«««- ;
; f^^lihd^Blackheaa^oa the face, ana * '
9'r.l-y dts^^ses. 50 cents. ' ___--=•
! * < ' t -**--* : "'-*'*' V! " '":'" " --'■————■.. I——' . .
ite-.-.:-:'":onATH!S.-' :
[ M^mtmr.lrlMoil.^at |t% -Catnr
tilers^ nomi Xdvembor 2& .1»1. a
I 3^?" ;V :
JVirkinlacfAttUlcry^pf^Roanpkp ; couni>.
• sjs years'. rO .
Funeral from -th- Hom^ ri>ip.> . \°
DAT. < 'Saturday at it o'tl<ck_A- - u
iß»^vv;J. n. Hutson omclatins:
;2Sth;; Cant««nvC;,H.^ FOOT/ hJ}; the. ;
>-<-r of hiH ase::-".. ■ - , . .
j S^«4tli!omlSot^emorlals|P^>^ ,
I f««ißlc^^tM^Mands^nßfe^
f r«^^icqa«lß»«ac«;.K«i : te»tt««SJW:*«f B * •

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