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NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA.
RICHMOND NEWS LETTER Secretary Alger Writes Gov? ernor Tyler. all volunteer regiments H ill Ho Mustered Out by May lit.? Colonel Hodges Working lo Have Fourth Vlrglula Mustered out in Norlolk?Civil Service Kxaminn Han Namliir school Ileodquurt? vi s ii< ;ini lor .Snrgonm I.uwlor. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., March 15.?Governor Tyler to-day received a letter from Secretary Alger, statins tli:it all the volunteer regiments now In Cuba will be mustered out before the first of Mjiy. This means, of course, that it will not be long before the Fourth Virginia I?) ordered home to be discharged. Sec ? retary Alger did not state when such order would be Issued. Col. Harry Hodges, of Norfolk, and late Commander of tlie Fourth regi? ment, was to see the Governor to-day regarding having the regiment brought to Norfolk for muster-out. Col flodgcs argues that as at least nine companies are from Norfolk and contiguous coun? try. Norfolk should be the place of muster-out instead of Richmond, there being only two companies in tin* regi? ment from this city. The coinpanie.s of Die Fourth regiment arc from the following towns; Company A, Captain Sheen, Norfolk: Company It, Captain Salam.msky, Nor? folk; Company C, captain Ma rye, New? port News; Company D. Captain Hope, Hampton; Company'E., Captain Not? tingham, Norfolk: Company F. Cap? tain Causey, Suffolk; Company O, Cap? tain Wilson, Suffolk; Company H, Cap? tain Wyntt, Richmond; Company 1. <\ii.:,11ii Vnughnn, Franklin; Company K, Captain Jackson, Petersburg; com? pany I., i'.ipiain Urooks, Portsmouth, and Company M. captain Uaughtrey, Richmond. Colonel Taylor is from Norfolk; Lieu? tenant Colonel Edwards is from Frank? lin; Major Tarrnll is from Norfolk; Ad? jutant Wallnau, and Quartermaster Hlggins an- from Norfolk. Major Blow, of the Regular army, is origi? nally from Norfolk; Captain Stripgfel low, tin- chaplain, hails from all over Virginia? Governor Tyler has nothing to do with deciding where the regiment shall be brought for muster-out; the matter rests with the War Department. As a matter of fact, i: would be greatly to the advantage of the men to be mus? tered out in Cuba. (Since they would get pay ami ration commutation at the rate of 82 cents for every twenty milca between Havana and their home:-. Of? ficers would gel a day's pay without : ration commutation for every twenty miles, it is probable that If the men wer-' mustered out in Cuba many of them would not return to Virginia, but would invest their pay in Cuba, ami reside there. At least one of the offi? cers of the Fourth has already pur? chased a large tract of mahogany tim? ber land in Cuba, at a very low price, and will dcvolnp it. Other members of the regllhent are looking for sim? ilar chances. * VA NT CIVIL SERVICE PLACES. The United States District Court room was occupied to-day for a civil service ex.'i in ilia: ion. -11 presented much the appearance of a school room, with Mr. I-:. O. Sib- i t. civil service Itwpcctor, from Washington, as teacher, and Mr. .lohn G. Fitagerald, of the local exajnln ing board, ns assistant. The applicants" Maiming c.xa iu i na i ion ior various posi? tions were as follows: Railway mail service. jj Compositor. ;; Skilled laborer. 1 Messenger. 4 Clerk (mal. ). Cbrk (female) . 1 Clerk, stenographer and typewriter p, Total.... .? . 25 Tills is the regular Bcml-annual de? partmental examination, a?,i ^|r> g|_ bert, the inspector. |g on a tour of the S.-uth. which will last several months. He will lio|,| an examination in Raleigh Friday, and from there will go to Flor? ida. There was only nun colored appli? cant in to-dliy's examination and he'la applying; for position in the railway mail service. There was only one'lady a ppllcant. SUNDAY SCHOOL I1EADQUA RTERS Sunday school people of all denomi? nations are deeply Interested in the forward movement which was Inau? gurated by Virginia .--t?te Sunday School Association at it? recent con? vention in this city. The Executive Committee opened its headquarters in An eminent scientist re? cently said: "Cod-liver Oil is truly A wonderful com? position. It is seemingly Nature's remedy in almost every wasting disease." Scott's Emulsion contains the pure oil combined with hypophospbites, it rebuilds worn tissues, enriches the blood, invigorates the nerves, stops drains and wasting. Consumptives, Diabetics, pale or thin people, or nurs? ing mothers, should remem? ber this. Do not accept a substitute. 5<>c. and f i .on, all druggijts. ECOTT & BOWNK, Uiemhii, New York. Richmond thlH afternoon and Imme? diately took steps to put in operation, the plans adopted by the conventl in. This movement, which In the opinion of many, bids fair to revolutionize the Sunday school work of the State. Is not undenominational, but inter-denomina? tional, and. as has been explained, it Is Intcr-denomlnatlonal for the reason that the work prop (Bed cannot be done by any one denomination alone. The president of the.association.Judge R. T. W. Duke, lives hi I'harloticsvdle. but the movement will be directed from ? Richmond through the Executive Com? mittee, of which Mr. W. It. Jenes is chairman. Other officers are Mr. Alfred J. Gary, corresponding and recording secretary; Mr. H. C. Marchant, of Charlottesvllle, treasurer, and seven? teen vice-presidents, representing till the Protestant denominations in the State. HOW HE DISPENSES SEEDS. Hon. E. ?.'. Folkes has lately been re? ceiving packages of nil kinds of agri? cultural seed from Congressmen. He has a big supply on hand. The 8.Is C?me so often and from so many sources Mr. Folkes decided to adopt some method of disposing of them. In the following letter lo u, Congressman ho tells of his scheme: "The beans I shalir divide between <'ity Sergeant Epps, of Richmond, and City Sergeant Lawler, of Norfolk. Both of these gentlemen are ,greatly Inter I ested in 'bean culture,' In fact. It Is a I part of their business. I expect to forward a good report from I hem. "The 'Egyptian beef seeds will be forwarded at once to the Hon. .lohn .1. Crutchfleld. He is thoroughly ac? quainted with American 'beats,' and has for the past ten or twelve years devoted himself exclusively to their culture. I know lie will he delighted lo try his hand on the Egyptian beet. ??The green pea and lettuce seeds will he highly appreciated by Hon. Jos. T. Lawless. He came from the K?steln Shore and takes a great delight in ear? ly vegetables. He can make them flour? ish here like a green bay tree in all probability. "Tli.' radish seeds will he experiment? ed with by ih.- lion. Richard M. Tay? lor. Re relishes a good thing and will d vot,. a great deal of his time after hours to the culture of this delicious vegetable. HOPE FOR OOOP RESULTS. "For myself and friends I return you sincere thanks for the seeds, and earn? estly hop,, that the report will be such as will cause the Department of Agri? culture to rejoice and that they will in ; the future know to whom to semi for go.id reports and that in the future our government will not be at the great < x penso of supplying hi' ompetcnt peo ; Pie. "In conclusion allow be one more favor; If you have any hayseed please send me some for the Hon. m. t. Cooke, of Norfolk. Y.i. He claims he Is a farmer but we cannot believe him un? til he plants the usual crop. Hoping much good will be accomplished through these seeds for t it-- Depart? ment of Agriculture nnd country nt large, I am as ever, . "Yours, etc., "E. C. FOLKES." DIED IN" OKAYSON. A dispatch from Independence, Gray son county, says: Captain William Bry? ant, of Fox, this county, died Friday and was burled Saturday. He was one of Gray son's best citizens. He was a muii of great wealth for this section, hut with all his wealth he was one of tho most unostentatious men in the county and a kinder hearted man to the poor than "Uncle Blllle Bryant," ns he was called, did inn reside in Gray son county. lie left light children, live of whom nre married nnd settled off in life hand? somely provided for by their father, i The other three were living with their I father at his death .-ml were generous? ly remembered in h!; will. 1TOSB?RQ Now England Newspaper Men Will Not Come. Annual Meeting of ilia Travellers -1'iuiecIive_A'.sih-:i?iI..,, _ gacami moiHlrtl to I'rrvMlcnt McKinley for Appointment. j Petersburg. Va., March 14.?It had been expected that new- Englland News : paper League representatives would I have been here to-day, ami all arrange, ments had been made to give them a most hospitable reception, but as the merchants of Petersburg were unwill? ing lo pay for an advertisement of the city in tin- Southern edition of th,. pa? pers which the members of tiie league represent they have determined not to come here us the following telegraphic correspondence will explain: Petersburg, Va,, March 13, 1*99. To C. P. King, Esq., Manager New England Newspaper League, Roa I noke, Va.: We have arranged to entertain ; league hut unwilling to pay for repre? sentation iu special edition; shall we [ still expect you? Answer our expense. (Signed) .1. M. PLEASANT8. Mayor. Roanoke, Va., March 14, 1899. To Hon. Jno. M. Pleasants, Petersburg, Va.: Pressure for time will not permit us to visit points where there is no desire i for representation in our Southern edition. (Signed) C. P. KING. MEETING OP THE T. P. A. post of Travelers Protective As .?.>; Iatlon helil its annual inci ting last night in the Y. M. C. A. Hall. Pres? ident 11. I'. Stratton in the chair. iu spite of the Inclement weather a good-I iy number turned out and were well re? paid for so doing, as they were favored with the presence of Messrs. C. w. Saunders, Jos. Wallerstcin and Colonel Culpepper, of Post "A," Richmond; who highly entertained them with pleasant and Instructive addresses re? garding the good accomplished and be? ing accomplish d commercially, through the T. P. A. throughout the coun? try. The election of ofllcers for the year resulted as follows: President?H. P. Stratton. Vice-President ? Krank M. D'Altoh. Secretary and Treasurer?It. W. Pricha rd. Delegates to State Convention, which moots in this city, April 15r-t. S. Beckwlth, p. M. d'Alton. personal And otherwise. Mr. C. iv e. Burgwyn, president of the Petersburg Hon Works Company, was in the city to-day. and si Red that tho Richmond Chamber of Commerce had sent a letter to President MeKin ley, requesting; the President-to appoint him i>no of the commissioners upon the Nicaragua and Panama Canal investi? gation. The schooner McGlnnlss, loaded with two hundred and fltty tons of black-! smith coal for two coal dealers in this; city. Is supposed to have been lost at Bea with all on board. The McGlnniss left Baltimore on the 28th of last Jan? uary .since whloh time nothing has b. "u seen or heard of her. on account of .1 change In the sche? dule on the Norfolk and Western Rail road the night collections from the star letter boxes will be made an hour earlier than usual. TOWN OF SUFFOLK Suffolk Will Defend Another Suit Major Wright Entered, Wiiliei In llecelve Money Pniil I nder Protest?Able < o^hicii I'mployetl Itnilrond Opposes Ntrcel (Men. ?Ion?Will Aiiontl Rennlou, (Special to VIrglnlan-Pllot.) Suffolk, Va., March 15.?Tho town of Suffolk will soon have to be deft ndant in another suit. Major C. W. Wright, former treasurer, to-day instituted a case in chancery against the corpora? tion. A notice was served on Mayor R. L. Drewer. Jr., summoning Suffolk or its representatives to appear in Nanse? mond Circuit Court the first Monday In April. That is rule day. The bill has not yet been tiled. The case cannot come up for argument for several weeks afterward. Lots of depositions must lie taken. Major Wright had previously begun a common law suit against Suffolk for JIO.OOO. to recover tile funds paid by him during a prosecution for embez? zlement. After the ease was dismissed action to recover was commenced, but tho suit, has not yet come to trial. Major Wright paid the town between $6,000 and 7.(wo. There is able counsel on both Bides? Hon. George 1?. Wise, Richmond; Col? onel K. K. Boykin, Smlthileld, and Lawyer L. B. Allen, Norfolk, for the plaintiff; State? Attorney E. K. Hol? land, former town Attorney Lee Br|lt and Attorney a. L\ Thorn, of Norfolk, for the defendant. RAILROAD OPPOSES EXTENSION. The Norfolk and Western Railroad j Company objects to the extension of Bank street through the eastern SU I bulbs. For the convenience Of mill plant and factory owners over that way the council at a recent meeting decided it would be a good thing to run Hank street a. block or so further east. Their action was commended. Now Superintendent L. E. Johnson, I of Roanokc, in reply to a. letter from Town Attorney .1. I". Burgcs, says 11?? ? railroad company opposes the proposed action, on the ground that iL would in? jure the company's property. The Nor? folk and Western corporation owns considerable land nearby, and they don't want the street to come through. It is not known what Suffolk is going to do about it. Tin- council will prob? ably have a special meeting and insti? tute proceedings to have the land con? demned. The extension means a great deal to people of that section, and it should if p. rsistcd in. APqpilNOON READING CLUB. The Afternoon Reading Club will have a meeting t?-ihorrow with Miss Janet Withers. No. 139 Main street. The hour is :;::?). and the renders are Mrs. R. Harry Butler and Miss Mary Causey. A' full attendance is atsked for. ?TNT T<) ATTEND REUNION. The Tom Smith Camp of Confederate Veterans had a called meeting last night at their assembly room. The ways and means of attending the leg reunion of the boys who v ol.. the gray at Chart -ston next May, were discuss? ed. The camp w ants to go in a body. All they need is money. To raise the re quislto amount the camp intends to have a benefit performance and feast. They will get the ladles to look nfter details, which, it is to be hoped, will have big financial results. Two new applications for member? ship?one from Suffolk and another from the county- were received. THE LIKE TUM PfcACE. Tho Haynor family like the United States very much; There are already three brothers here, and their reports of prosperity have made another one de? cide to come across; The Haynora are Englishmen. One Of the brothers runs a farm near Suffolk, a younger one will! sail from Liverpool in a few days or weeks. BIG COURT RECORDS. The suit in which Isaac T. Wilson, of Suffolk, and William N. Camp, of Al? bion, Fin., are llgttants, is expected to come to a close in the Court of Appeals within lib- next few days. The local attorneys for "Wilson. Judge 1'.. 11. Rnwles and Mr. Lee Brltt, have recplv cd notice that the case will be called at No. on the docket. Messrs. Prince and McLemore arc < ounsel for ?\unp. Big costs have been rolled up since the inception of the suit. Wilson got a Judgment for tl.ROO in Nansemond cir? cuit Court for breach of contract, and Camp appealed. There are peg r of printed matter in the records. EASTER EXERCISES. The Christian Church Is making the usual elaborate preparations for tho SUFFOLK A DVE RTrS EfVI E'TS 171 OR RE-ELECTION AS MAYOR I T< wn of Suffolk?R. L. BIJBWER, Jr. Subject to Democruiic Primary. m his-if_ RE-ELECTION AS TREAS P t'i!!:it of Nansemond county, SYD? NEY T. ELLIS. Subject to Democratic convention, April loth. nihll-lw \\T OODARD K- ELAM, Insurance ?? Agents Ri-ffolk. Va., are i lib - .'. policy for ono dollar a year that pays live dollars p^r week should the holder hava typhoid, scarlet or typhus fever, small pox, Asiatic cholera, yarloiold, diphtheria" or measels. All persons over eighteen years < f age can get them. Not more than ten policies sold. one yerson. J>M-tt coming ?f Raster. In tact the - si rolsi a tills year promise to be more ex ell >nt and varied than has been the case hi re toforc. The program embraces some beautiful choruses, which an being trained by Miss Florence 11 irvoy, There : will also be rendered sonic select lite rary numbers. UP JENKS PARTY. The old "Up Jenks" party is about to be revived. Some of the young pi >ule over In New Town ; re arranging have a meet to-morrow night. Then th Maine will be played With US UUICh Ztf3t as if it were bran new. A costly i:i:i:.\Kho\\ v After more than half a week's dark ness the electric lights begati to fib d their welcome rays again to-night. Considering the Illness of .v uuger ?leim Browne, tiie breakdown was re? paired as quickly as could be ex| I. The accident caused so ral hundred dollars loss to the company. PERSONAL INF? >RMAT1< IN. Rev. William V. Green, pastor of th. Main Street .Methodist Church, :s passing a few days at his former homo, in Matthews county. Va. Mr. Cliff Orem was to-day th. st of Town Treasurer John P. Lotatla's family. Mr. W. S. Cross, representing \Y. B. Ferguson ?<? Co., left to-day for a Ii p into Carolina. Thomas J. Whltfleld and wife I transferred by ?h eil ti> <:. . Imin nineteen acres iu Ch?ckatuck dlsti for $760. E. W. Jackson's barge No. i-; at 'lie wharf with "..:s.">0 bags of guano (ir ship? ment over the Suffolk and Carolina road. She came from Baltimore. Mr. Thomas M. Hodges has returned from Richmond, where he had perfornt ed an operation at the 01,1 Dominion Hospital. He is stilt rar from well. Mrs. W. O. Elain has returned from Holland, where she visited relatives. J. Saloihonsky, Esq., of Norfolk, was in Suffolk to-day, Mr. Ballnrd Boswcll. <-f Richmond, came to-night for a visit to lion. .1. K Hooker's family, is Saratoga sstreet. Mos Alma Klan: has returned from n stay with friends in Richmond. Miss Mat tic Pliiner is In Baltimore. Judge lt. Ii. Rttwlcs left this evening for New York. He goes to he present at the taking of depositions in a big railroad suit. Messrs. iv, Tom Fngnn and .1. P. Holland, commercial nu n. whose homes are in Franklin, Were guests of Suffolk friends to-day. Mr. II. I?. Hood, of flmn, X. C was registered at the Commercial Hol 1 to? day. Mn II. 1*. Anderson, of Richmond, was in Suffolk this morning. Mrs. J. w. TUrhley left to-day for Portsmouth to be with her granddaugh? ter, Louise Turnley, who is ill. NEWPORT NEWS Arrival of Colored Troops From Santiago. i Sir. Tonne Will 1'iiko tlvlclenco-Prop IOSltOtl to Vote ISouiIm for Slroi'l Improvements?Cnrsu ofConl Vur Manila. Newport News, Va., March 15,?The United States transport Sedgwlck, for? merly the ?'bester, arrived hen- yosti day at noon from Santiago, having ah ard the Eighth Illinois Kcgim nt of colored volunteer infantry, Colonel .1. R. Mnrshnli, Tiie troops (ire still aboard and probably will not disembark until to-morrow afternoon. The Scdwick passed in tlio Capes yesterday morning at 8 o'clock and an hour later anchored off Old Point Com? fort for orders. She was board..l by one of the quartermaster ?lllcei*? from the Fort, who at once took char] ?? all supplier on board. At* IRoO o'clock the shin weighed anchor ami came up to the city, an? choring off tie- ?'!d Dominion pier. The Scdwick is a. largo white ship ami resembles proity much one of the warships as they used to appear when visiting Hampton Roads befo*,'0 the war colors wore donned. <>n the Sedgwlck are 46 oftlcers and 1,010 soldiers. The departure of the Eighth Illinois from Santiago haves only live regl j ments there to man the garrison, ; It was. stated this nfternoon officially I that the troops will not be t iki n off I tiie transport until to-morrow, prob ibly . tin the nfternoon. and they will be put 'aboard the cars nt once In order that there will be no mingling with 1 irsuns I of tlu ir race In smnllpox-lnfecled sec? tions of the city. 1 In addition to the troops the Sedg I wick brought several army oflli ohh and a number of wives of odd is aial sol , di< rs in Hie regiment. 1 On board are Captain Aldridgoj Ninth i immunes; Captain Manning, Twenty- j third Infantry: Lieutenant Bishop, Twenty-third Michigan; n lied Cross nurse, who was the only white lady aboard. In addition to the colored women who are with their husbands, there were a hUmber of Cuban women who married sdldiers tit Santiago. The 1-year-old bob;.- of Mrs. Jackson died en route to Newport News and will be buried here. The Eighth Illinois) lefl New York for Santiago August :i and arrived there; August 15. The regiment left Santiago for Newport News Saturday morning, The mi ii were Biipplletl with over- 1 1 oats lo-day. The train which will lake the troops Wc-t will he made up In three sections, The first section will leave Newport News lo-morrow evening about 6 o'clock and the 0fliers will follow in close succession, WILL TAKE BVYdENCE IN CON? TEST Congressman Young has notified his representatives in various parts >if the district to begin the taking of evidence in his behalf in the Wisc-YoUrtg Com gresslbnni einten, lie will not begin taking his evidence in Newport News for some time yet. BONDS FOR STREET IMPROVE? MENTS. Now that th ' difference I" tween the city anu the Newporl News and Old Point Railway and Else trie ?'?!-..; thy and the Delaware County Trust, Safe Deposit and Title Insurance Company; of Chester. Pa., are at an > ad. the ? Ity Officials can now turn thplr attention to the proposed election t > determine the will of the people in the maltet of Issulug bonds 16 tHo extent of $?0.o<jo ! for paving th- streets. , it was the Intention of the City om fiats to hold the bond electlojn ou the day of the Democratic primary elee n, this plan was abandoned and now it IS belli ved that the people will be asked ; ? vote for stjreet I'mproyenv ata at the municipal election, which will be h : i th ? fourth Thursday In May. Tin m wiii be properly advertised and all of the necessary preliminaries will be completed In time to prevent the possibility of a hitch. COAL FOR .MANILA. Tho steamship Porto La Plata will ?all Crom thin port to-morrow morning for Manila with upwards Of 4.000 tons of coal for Admiral Dewoy's fleet. The Porta La Platte arrived here last Saturday and began coaling yesterd iy. . Th ? v. irk is being rushed and when the v ?sei sails from Newport News she; will make all speer to reach Manila at , the earliest possible date, y TRULY EDUCATIONAL. Portsmouth, Va.. Feb. 22. lSf?r?. j Local Editors of the Vlrglhtan-PRot: Gentlemen Ml educators will wel ? your Plan af the "Home Study Clt i. " There Is ri broad field de manding just such work as is here out j lined. Public education Is penetrating the . homes of the great mass of our people, making Its Influence felt by refining the taste of um public, it Is interesting to note that more hook cases arc sold in P rl itnouth than In any other city of 11 - i hie - ??? In the South; and this. I bei >ve. can be attributed to the work Of the public schools. Go where you! will; however humble the home, the] best books In literature, history, geo 11 liy, etc.. Will be found, and little investigation is required to discover thai the people generally are con? versant with these books. The press and the pulpit, the great i-ddjutora of the educational forces, should work in unison and as closely together with the school as possible. The newspaper has its place In the school-room, and educational work. In I Its restricted meaning, should have Its place :n the newspaper; and when the press undertakes to enter directly In lip t ffoft to ?'?hi. at'.1 the pi '??oh' hy-r-i rylng on tho work of the Bchools nlong the same lines us are pursued by col? leges and universities, it would seem that there engaged in educational work c annot afford to w ithhold their best ? f forts to second and sustain tho move. Your writers are men of national n [putntlon and yo?r departments and Bubjeots are well selected, and 1 believe Portsmouth will not lie tardy in show? ing great appreciation of the opportu? nity offered to pursue in nh Inexpensive and pleasant way a truly educational line of reu.ling. Very respectfully, ?\vi LLTS A. JENKINS, Principal Portsmouth High School. Agulnaldo has sued a Hong Kong bank tor it deposit of $29S,000. 1 >i*t Agul? naldo earn this money at honest labprH ?Indian ipolls News. "Who IS Agulnaldo?" asked Maud. "Why, don't you know?" responded Mamie. "He's a Malay." "Oh, yes! How stupid of me, One of | th se people who come front Malaria. ?Washington star. A Mi the,list minister in Salem, M i .-.??., his circulars distributed broadoasl in town Inquiring Why men did not attend church. Fully '.id per cent, declared that the ehv.reh was a blessing to the community, although hot attending it t hemaelycsi lleliel in Mx llrinri. Distrc r- Kjdney and Bladder dls mm relieved In six hours by "New Great South Arne: n an Kidney Cure." It Is a great surprise on account of its exceeding promptness In relieving pain In bladder, kidneys and hack. In main or ; nialc. Relieves retention of water aim ist Immediately. If you waul quick relief and cure this is the rem? edy. Sold by Walke & Martin, drug gists, 103 Water street. Norfolk. Va. I'm:. CJitio?, of !! nrvnrd. As n literary critic and magaxtric w ri? ter few men are better known than Prof. Lewis 10. dates, of Harvard Uni? versity, where he holds the chair of Professor >?;' Literature. Prof. Gatef w ill l>e a eon'.rlbrrtm?r-r the I.it.. i :i. j Course which will be published ivory" Thursday and Friday In the Virginian Pilot's "Home Study Circle." (il IAI?AN I 1:1: OF Rlil.lAHIl.lTY. I tilil very glad to note that you have arranged to bring before the people well written articles on great historical subjects The names of the authors of these 'articles are a guarnntee of their reliability* und u) proml that they will be read- it is! needless t j say thai I commend the; enterprise. \v, j. Yol'NC Past r F.pworth M. IS. church. Lieut.rant (to his BTderly)?"Bring") me a beefsteak with poached egg." Orderly?"Excuse me. Lieutenant, but haven't you forgotten that you nr.- to dine to-night til Countess Panipstls's?" l.i. '.iteiiant That's so! I had forgot? ten it. Cling me two beefsteaks and two poai'hed eggs."- Opn Floh. Jtolls, Shin Eruption?, Ulcers, I'tmpltt, J'r.uy Sitrtfi, KftrMti, Serof%Hlu,Vttnt?r9, C?RE0 BY ?.B.O., BOT/iNiU BLOOD BALM. To /n il .- On tnndtr/?\ HtaUmf poitVr D.H. I)., c>ru mfftrer nt'ivrtctiti a HMU'I.K 00fTLB ?v h.li.n. FREti nr.ant.. II.ll.lt., Itotunlu Itlood Halm, has it mastery over till tlhiod DMeatieM wrlilrli no other remodj even approaches. Il.ll.lt. literally dr I vcslhc |k>lNou,or bad blood, ?iii nl' the ImmIv'; bona?, ami entire system, bating tilt) ncsll pure und free fron? l.l. .i,|. toWhile u.ll.tl. Uu powerful I loo.I rrmedy.lt ? an be taken with per Ted safe), by obi mel tone.;. lt.II.lt. leaven no bad after effects, ami the cures an periiuini nt. Tumors, Ulcer*, er Cancer of the Nose, Eye, Hp, El r, Seek, Itreast, Stointtcti, lei?,or Anna, ate till ciiraliln tiy it.ti.ii* which tsnuttleesi eetsIVy to emu ?ii tumble Mood ntsciwe?. Persistent Sores, HI I sad Jfcln B! nishes, thut resist oilier treatments, sire i|uii Uy nur? l by li.iuv. sxtn Krn| no:;*, pliii? ptcs, !!? i, Ii hlnii Eczema, Bestes, misters, itc.t er llrourn I'.c lies, blotches, etc., sre att aue to bail bl rt, and hence easily cnrN^by V.U. It. KyphlUtla )'.!."? I I'. <'iii i.'. ' .11. .Itiv.-ii (mm ti c ?; tirm by )t. U.U. in ime to iiv.- inontns. lt.ii.li. docs net in ii. litin vegetable or mineral poison. Out bottle wOl lost it in uiiv r.t*e. Ker sale' by druggists every. Where, l-u^t liotilM, f I,six for ?5. Sentl'.'s* im;.* I f?.r bbbli ?h?l fr? yiuple bottle, whkjh will be sent l>y return null. Wu-.a 76UwtUc,describe*7inp loan, ?:>?! personal itvr medical ad t ice ?..1 b* i gtfia, Audits* Uivwi tinlra Qo,, Atl.iata, ?V. Crisp and Dainty. Pie Crust Flavor, m a nr. by IVIARV.N. Pittsburg. ??: 1T--.1.1 i.-h-i i i i vl vo all tbo trouble* InoJ. . a t htttto of the. syateui, euch aa l ln( l Nniwee, nrowaluese, Dl?tree* r.ftcr eatlug. 1'alnin tbo Hide, ice. While tliolr most remarkable e?rcoai 1 at b*?n euowu lit curing rt?*td??h?, y, ? Ti'trr'u T.tttls I.lvnr Pill* aro . v lllo in CVliatlraliou. rurlng auJ. pre . :. . . o.i-. j'.i'.. Jt.-.vliilrt tbeyalio r\li . I Dioeto tu.* Ii...t iimilut e tlio ilata Iba bowel?. ?T?n ii Uioyouly Illing th'. .? rr-.-iall.il? curoil in Afliathoy wonld boalnioatyrtcelef? to those who Buffer from tbladlatresatnij compl&iut; biitfoHu? Ij Ibelrgwtdni ?de? ualoudbira.audtJioaai irhooncetry them will Bn ' Hi?.?littl<>i>lllaTalu ablotiinoinauy wayatbat they will not lio ?II. liu^ tu da without tbout. But ut'tyr alloick baut laths eaofcf ?o many Uvea (bat hur? Ii wliara WO make onr great Ix ast, Our i>illacureit whtla oiln-ri do nut. Carl? r'.. I.lttla Lt?er Pille aro very small anil varyeaej totalis. ?Ine ?T two villa inakoa doae. riiej ? a atrioily yegotablo auq do not Kr'P? o? i luve, but i ?? tin i. aentloactlau i>l<*4?aall who mietbaiti ln\ ilaalttscauts] flvafortt. Sold by drusgtata n ei \ ?bare, or Mat by uiail. CARTER MEDICINE CO., N?* York. kl! HI U 8p. MlJrk Wo guarantee all Trunks bought of ua f.-:- out year antl repair them freo of Wo also print tho name and ad Iri i on your trunk gratia. A BIG CUT IN ALL OUR LEATHER GOODS Wo are getting In our rjew stock ! Trunks and i; i?B ro girdlcss of cost. A Splendid Canvas Trunk Sled clamps .nul corners, two leather straps, iron bottom, illusion for hat box, SJ-75. larger, stronger, ?4.25 And when it comes o Suit Cases here are a few of Our Prices. Ca ?. hr tss bolts and ?and bettor for Ji. for $5 00, and so they lino Hand Bags und Pocket 1 >m< ..:.d ?cc our eel d Hurt .ii Trunk. 172 Church St., near Main.