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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 February 1917
MORTON C. STOUT & CO. T A II. O KS 711 ICASI MAIN STKM I 11. O. DOVI), M(iii«««-r LET US IUHI.D YOUR NKXTSUIT Cottrell & Cooke . . PRINTERS, . . No, 3 GOVERNOR STREET I OK A LONG RIDE AND A SHORT SERMON COMETO Leigh Start Church 5 CENT CAW FARE i ARi'STOP Al CHI R< H Provide! tut' I'inability, n snv- in«B account, a foundation foi IlllXUlf-MH. SKK'I HICK" I le fi.iH what you nerd GIUU nnteod Low Cptl Lib 'npm ant-e—Accident, Health Hid I .lability In' in inn c ,i. i„ WOODWARD Hti.i Mutual tiiiiiiiimi Travi tm- Insurants Co, M,,a 8300
START TO-DAY. " :;;; v| I'l'l'l', t'llltil'l' oil so lull* I '~11"' I" dill mill start. and ;-"" »'i '" 11 ,-, nt '",'i- |„,iii,,l Interest paid i "ii Saving At-" MiniH. MBRCHANT9 NATIONAL HANK "Sdi.ni far Ssvlfigs" t nn K. Main St. RICHMOND, VA« The Store That Satliflei Talraan Auto Supply Company Accessories and Supplies i>2r) East Main Street Grant Drug Co. Seventh ami Broad Streete OPEN ALL NIGHT WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON DRUGS The Gl...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 February 1917
cou^e I'.v.-iy i,;i'l,i id tin- -'('.i11.-ninii .-< iii*di(^ii;^lll'lii J ri,itiil Collegi n stroiij!,'! nn,! better Collot/c. .Mui'li iil'TUn ih*W&"'lu*y sSrtliiiiJsjWJ, TniHli's's, I'lii'tiltv. mid Aliiiiini, imi ii large pari iiisipiMiiWnllsvWtlii' Miitii-nuJPfihi- mt- iluii, ll,■ pnblii dost n"i vi "nil/" th" po*«|ijJlJ.|isi! oC/Our iiftsi Ini'iJsW not' Hie exoollonl beginning that bas 1 n mads !iln'-«*y. 'ifiArtiilili.- beiievss Hit Collegi) in rich, nnd d ol s< all sppraelatu onr atad ttjoroy bufldtrigSi for hii'iji-i mi,low ii,oul. for mni" saliold-fslilpii. l*«cli» pn y*yr*t <■ Vt/\\j«v ''" , i"'*' l ' l ot ii toliolartlilp, i-i'i your Mqualntanoßs: knou whai it and thai probably (wo mora good students front jrouj wuntj m. o.|,riivjSyM^^Muftyiiiiisliipi I'onhl i," provided tln'm. ,*< Q Th,, Collegi im n ori'iil piiiliiiii'irojiy. It, Olttosri di-hii, (~ ffltftnf) Hlh benefit*, | imi wiii. tl i io '-.iin" uni". in improve tin- quality ol lihs advantages af/ars...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 February 1917
SEE COACH DOBSON AliMl.T ALL l\l.\|>S ()V ViliKiii' W'caranil Equip merit tot Men ami Women, Swctiti'i'H, Simri Cniils. Caps, Tennis i;>.io(|h. Golf Goods, Bathing Suits, Bkatea, etc, Every Vnrallty Tun nt Kiohmond College la outlittadb) A. 0. Spalding \ lit us., whiib linvi c.'iiiitli baa bean i»|ii r*i-nliiiK top l«'ii vcura. I hv Quick line Between the EftsYt and West USE THE Three Fast Trains Between Norfolk and Richrnoml A. P. GENTRY I'ln,nf Randolph SOBJ Itafile. Emblem, Dayton, Crescent, A rdtnore Arch, Aviator Bicycles. Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays. 608 WEST BROAD STREET RICHMOND, VA. Grace Streei Baptist Church Fouahes mul Gnat HtrH't*. BSKVICH , Suiiilsy School - Hi'io \. M. Preaohtna. 11 A. M. and»3iQo )'. M. I 11. V. P, r. - 7 I. M. THK VOUNt; I'KOPLK'S CHURCH Advertise in the Richmond Collegian i
DICKERSON'S GOAL WINS Yellow Jackets Humbled on Home Court by Score of 20 to 18, Capt. Wood Injured but Sticks it out Gamely [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
DICKERSON'S GOAL WINS
Yellow Jackets Humbled on Home Court by Score of 20 to 18, Capt. Wood Injured but Sticks it out Gamely
on ln-i Saturday nlghl al Asblaudi the Spiil. i ipiint no-mi mil a vii'toi',l over I Iheit an. iini rivals, the ¥o!low Jaekate, an.l iiosi lull" i leal selling I" '!»' elmill j plonahlp pnii. Randolph Maeon put her itrnngeal eomblw In ih" BeW, but the v hill uiml ali.iek of III" Spider- «., ~.,1 to be checked, T, L CTuo relieved hi* brothel in tin' l.i-l hull', in a ciiii allempl In Steßl Ihe till", nidi -lleecl'ileil 111 tying the -cole ill Hie la-l tnimile of play, bUI Diehei-mi. the ilimiliiil ive Spider for ward, «iiii o eh,H ii,.!,i h.i.ire him, 'hi' l lile.l dOWn H "lilt mul hunt: up un nun} one ju-i ii leu -c, |h before time was called, Ai ii ii-ei ii looked like a olealT (tit '. ifliilA (ol (lie Spidel-, \\ 'will .hull. iuo up line., points h..f ih" JaokaU COUld Incite the lm-k"l. ThrOUgllOUl Ih" lii-i half mil tiuim iniiinliiltinl " PB ap«...
BLUE-GRASS FOREVER The Kentucky Club Eats and Effervesces. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
The Kentucky Club Eats and Effervesces.
Willi Mi*. Murnelt n.tiim ,i~ hint'". tha Kentucky Otnb of Richmond College I 'n.1,1 .. general good tiun- at the refectory lusi Monday night. Thin organisation vn- perfected loot fall when those in college from the " ,I >*" made fnwu-S by pretty woman, reef boreee and the pro- duct which ii n.>» barred from the Old Dominion, met oi renittg at Wee) ii,ii,i|ii,,ii and declared theli ludep**' deuce, At thai westing, wttl c accord It was decided Mini the blue grass state should endors |ual suffrage, and to! slum ili.y in. mil II pre* lad to Bled '; iiiiiinii'iiin.ii Mn. i yniiiiii Thompson; vi Weathamptuo College, presidenl of the "Judge UiniiH" lliirni'lt mini" Ih" hit I of th. evening when he deHVered tha famous oration »( Senator Gesweitnan* hefnmr of Rockbridge County on "Kern tuck] l.iiii'i'iy," Other lows ol enter i il&msnl eretre also enjoyed, s»eh as tai toons i.v \ Hiiiiyk". mi.i plana wloa hy
SOPHOMORES CELEBRATE Mr. Burnett Banquets Second Year Class. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
Mr. Burnett Banquets Second Year Class.
(in Hi" night <il Tuesday the 18th, Mr, iiiini.ii entertained the Sophomore Close nt tin 1 refectory. The Seniors and Jun- iors were banqueted quite a While ago, .iii.i iin. fsrvtah spread (or the second year men equalled. If nol surpassed, fin- other iiiiiin | Tii,' close, numbering around sixty men, were practical!; all present, and tin. SUCCI -- nf tl I'll.-inll Will Illicit sned h> ih" preaenee of several of the faculty ami other visitors, Preeidanl '-.i.iU.'" Anderson, ea toastmeeter, pre- sided, and b|s Jollity and |eel added greatly to the enjoyment Mr. Crump, one of the truateea ol Uw [milage, ems colled upon bj the tenet mestei foi .1 talk, but he graeefolly a* ntsed himself, Dr, having tallowing with ii iVm limi'ly Hfdrds I'mii'i'iiiinj,' those thlllge Which ni' 1 "f inl"i'"-t I" Ih" i'i>l lege ni ii whole. Be outlined hie plan of tin alumni gymnasium, and Ita proa
pecis. Dr. Vniinji an...
GLEE CLUB TAKES TRIP Will Give Concert in College Auditorium Tonight. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
GLEE CLUB TAKES TRIP
Will Give Concert in College Auditorium Tonight.
I on Monde] brtl tha Richmond collage Glee citiii. under the managership of William Hugh Begby, Journeyed tol i 'liiiiliiim, and gave mi esceedlngl) en ' twi.lining and luccessfnl concert t-iepi Dial night, The affair was largely at leaded I.i di" Chatham Training School [hoys, ih" young ladles from the nearby' I Kpitwpal School uml the cltisens .if the : ..UK. Hi. audience wits delighted with tha i" i i.ii in. c, end each numbei win applauded vociferously, i Al South Boston, Tuesday night, the' .•Inti nii't nilli the -mil" niunul eUOCMS,] luml the Mink uf tin. members spoke well for our "'ii' ii.nr taking Hi" ui|i uiir MrCiiui, llylnnd, Crossly, I. R, Poa, 11. M. Thorn in Oliver, Snead, (rank Montague, i; ii -. Stratford Willis, 11. c Lane, ' in ii Bsgby, linn/ and Ackhw. \'m i.;i,t ni s : i.v in ti illom im.li iHinini. the "I'll' will give Its tlni home ni ,it. That ii will he c success hi a .-i iiri...
INTER-COLLEGIATE DEBATE NEXT FRIDAY Randolph Macon and William and Mary Will Be Our Guests. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
INTER-COLLEGIATE DEBATE NEXT FRIDAY
Randolph Macon and William and Mary Will Be Our Guests.
on Friday evening, March g, the tri- angular Inter-collegiate debate, oonsisl in.' ~f Randolph Macon, William and M;m and Richmond Collage, will be held, Tin. question Ist "Beaolved, Thai Con- gress Should enact n law establishing nnivensal oompulaory military training." a- before stated in theea columns, each debate will he bald on neutral g I Randolph Mne.ni, repreeented bj Messrs. T. C, C',e .nul >.',. S. Keiliney. will nn.l William ami Man. iepi,,-,nte,l by Me-11 c. g, Moorman and 8, W. Eason, in i h<> auditorium here Rcedalph Ma eon will defend tha aCnmativa and Wll limn and Mary the negative, Dr. D. R, \u,i,t.ou ol tin iii-toiy and Political Balance Department, and precldeni oi the Debating and l',,r.u-ie t'ouueil. will preaide, Maura 11. \. Woblin snd ,T, B,
Moorman will Im tie timekeepers, Richmond College, rapreaeqtad by Messrs. A. ('. Olieotbam and Motes G...
MU SIGMA RHO WINS DEBATE [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
MU SIGMA RHO WINS DEBATE
I'ur the Oral lime it, Mv Blgms Him l.iteiurv Society fri nnipheit i,\er ih" Phllologtau Literary Nieiely in inter-neieiy ileh.ite, when Mesarti W, M. Plowdeu and W, V, Mm till, of the former -neieiy, were given the verdict over Hasan, n. Pierce, Simpson .mil 1,, c. Hubbard, ol the latter society, hint I'Viilny iiii/hl in Ihe oO)|Sg nli Inriuill. The ilehllte llih Upon the (|lle- lion i "Resolved, Thai strikes should he declared illegal until governmental In , i|.nation has been made.'' Ami the ds i,ii, ~,,. id ei„-..|y contested thai then ,i> sonetderabla douW as to the outeotne. The elos.lli— of Ihe ilehille U,l- 111-,, in iilcuieii hy the decision, a-bleh was in lavoi ni ti,.' affirmative, upheld by the Mv Hligma Hhn men. bj the mle, 1 In 1. in i ,i. Wicker, B. u,n Tabb and Prof, i). M. Davidson Judged the ednteet. This debate was the aecond in the -ii) i I' illlel -neieiy ilehule- loi lite pic.-enl -„.-ion. The l'liilnlu»iuni, mi log won i in- i...
JUNIORS ENTERTAIN SENIORS [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
JUNIORS ENTERTAIN SENIORS
iin thai most romnntle of nights, the i nil ni February, brtwld the Blue Room ~ii\ itrung in orimeon hoarts, emblems of th" good Bt, Vatentine, In a wood- imi,l scene, constructed he window -..it K.ewple flirted with Kewple, etc., and in th" loom Itaelf Junior and Senior smiled gaily al each other, Tim Rrsrt event "( th,. evening wan .1 -"ii"- of nursery characters, snob as Beauty uml j ih" Beast, Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary, etc Then ot k variation of the ordcon- , in-t uf pinning ih" ii.H nn tin' donkey, In Which ih.' arrows wore pinned <'f a red heart, and Mice i.illinn Ransone woh tii i prise, Tim third and most hilarious ■ ennt il «is the finding ol little candy \ hearts bearing fortunes, After this de- ll "ul refrenhmcnts were served. Salad, M.ii Chocolate, Hot Biscuit, I Ice ('l','iiin. Heart Cakes, Candies, Few nf us uin forget the closing mo* ni- of this party when the returned prodigal, Mary Weaver, sang some 01 the jiihi tonga familiar to...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
Clean -weep! Last game Wednesday pighl I Ch.iuipidli-ltip' llOppJ HOW, bill tllfil c.. .i-ni inn. it ion -n i|.i,,inli wished will be wholly attained upon the milval of the Richmond 111 an,i pi in., millinery. Ii the Immortal <;.-.». » oould liavi returned lv (hi- mundane sphere yes- terday, and |fol one fooUit on American in ni1,,,0,1 bunding around the street cor- nel i, he doubtless would h ne ferventlj lII.MiI e,l Ihe I ,Uil Ilia! Ihe flgbl fill ..111 Independence was ils befora the In vention of elgarettei and pink shirts Thai our quint Is n scrappy, bard lighting aggregation waa readily denton -Hilled la«l Saturday nlghl at Ashland, rim Jackets In the last hall foughl with 11"' Ileu/y "i de-pnil. hilt I aVal) lii the In-i two minutes ilni tied the i,ni Diekoraaii then bung up the winning goal. The atrong contingent ol loolels who I'lillnwcil the teillll In \-li land deaervfl the highest commendation, The che i lull concert to be given to night in the auditorium should, and ...
TO THE BODY POLITIC. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
TO THE BODY POLITIC.
Some eltiutlons of great Inißorl sre due in ho held in tin! near future, mnl are ni lueh \ i'ml Importance i" averji one of ii- thiii nil material for these positions ihiiiihi iir- weighed and carefully eon -iihnil in ii- before we pul them in office, \ Btl places to ho filled .ii" th" ofHcors "i ih" student seU-goV' 'MiiiiHii. Collegian mill managers of •mn'- "i ili,- .niii, ii, team These posl tions mi each highly Important, mnl when 1 1..' elections are held it'- up in us i" hi im fraternity spirit or partisan inn- Influence rtur voting, bul rutin i nii "in ballots im the man who will render in- college iln- best ai iviec Th.' Mmi. Nt N'h u,"..■mm,-ni organi- sation Is in n precarious position, There i- ii large number who fougbl the idea from ih" outset, mnl others arc b un lug dissatisfied with ii. In ordei i" 'mini iiu th- prestige mnl Inttuencs that body Is ittppofed i" hold, wo must ela I i president mnl the other representative ul". ,ur populur am...
PURITY VS. PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
PURITY VS. PROGRESS.
A week or sn ago we came oul with an I'l'tii-le concerning the aetlvitie* ol some |„f ihe sophomores on the nlghl ol the I'te-hiii.iti banquet, We tried to gel an Investlgntim foot, bul we felled nothing ha- been done in regard to It, One I'rc-hiiiiin i- rooming in till ml i mm heel use he tin- nut been ilblr lo reentrr hi- bed. Aie we I", -land hi and age ii,hi driven iTmn the , gjDpus bj puerile, uiin-eu-ieiil, and we might -m disgraceful procedure on the pari ol a I I of men ii, il n pic,ail alive „f any one elu-s, bul a committee -.!' the whole 1 ','. i- not a i|u.-lio.i ol II plenum.-- Stacking the m- if the freshman, bul a bunch uf upper .-',- men acaoklng the rooms oi Only ihe le-iiletll llc-bmail. Tbo-e ial-i "Im live in town, and they arc numerous are nol molested in any waj. in fact, as fill' a- we can -cc they bale heeu im inmil- 11. un am of Un- regulations ps led l,t the Sophomore Class. Then is it fair ni ju-i ~i- right I'm- ih ildanl fn ih m...
VERBUM SAP. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
Matters affecting the student body as i whole have been brought to the atttn tion oi ih,. students through tin- col- umn* Ol the "Collsgian," ami .;.-."■ le reived the hearty supnorl of the ma Joritj of (In- unhut-, though sometimes •ome uf the fellows seem to I ika them a* a jnl-.e oi think thai the student* who I - them in Un- attention of the student belli .in -i. just to have soemthing in lull, iihmit. This i- mil ||„. COM wit), the pi,-,ni m,,||,r. || i, concerning Ihe Annual. Now don't stop until \,ut have lean all ~f ibis dissertation, toi it is important The -lull' bus been Working failhl'nllv for Ihe past month oi, the '•Spider" mul ban. mad,, material progress), hut finds
i ii -.-ii handicapped and hindered m varl mi ■ point* by the lack oi Deration ■ from mv f the student*, Now i tg\\ ■ concrete iiiel-, ami bun to rented) them. Borne time ago * notice a is posted by ■ Ihe 1.1' m,, :, i| in,. i,., the I iriotis claa* ■ ln-l.aie-. 'I hat ni- at leii-...
HIP POCKET ESSAY Automobiles. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
HIP POCKET ESSAY
Automobiles an luxurious Mcecsittei with ii iii.ni. „i nil,, end and s etlnli al the other, Tltay are run by anything jlmui 1,ei,,-eu,, to a Ninth Carolina nig ,i, ,in,i through anything from » brick v ill to ..i un(mother'- legacy. When they ueie tii-t Invented it tratn'l eon -llele.l -,(le to he ill oil,. Illnl IKIW il ,ii -.ii,, to i.c .mi of one, beoauao they .■ fori un dlOalng -nine nue ilnwn the .ii j and separating hi- Ideas from l,i« i' ihll . i ii.ie are two kind- of automc I'll '•"->■ ■ »nd -elf-i ~,-- the hill, i being (he more ciniuuini. S oi,nors with the flivver vartetj emrj a blanket mound trying to hide 11 hill llul lin. in.i an mcd l„i a I 11 1,1 v ~| pur poses, such a- making lova to her, Mali i»i»r a bigger aliov, than the Jonaos nasi door uni making ia-( -cu-nii'- -nit .in tin thlS -ell-01l In,, Tllel ",,-l aiHllh..|e 'troin a thouaand dollaw littj days ami divorce prooeadinga, ami nay often manage In Introduce tin rwn...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College anil Wcstbamptor. College Weekly. PUBLISHED BVERY KKIDAY Subscription, $1.35 Per Teat, in Advance Single Copies, 5 Cents. ni I|i T. a..'. lETER HALL BOITdRIAL BOARD 11. M, Sutherlsad, Editm-in-Clm 1 l.li/iiheih Leva 1 A ~ 1 It. I. Coleman 1 Eleanor MeCsithjf , C, Cheethani \ a ■. i?j^ i, , 1, / AiiiHinlc r.ililntt StnSl I I I .ilcet I . I.. Dunlord ' lumen g. nuke, Cartoonist MANAOBMBNT E. W. Millar, Baiiaess Mummer M. T, Spurt i H. R. Chapell I An Business \l.»«(.i, W. O. Tune ( Kll/abelhlVli I .enil I All business matters should be ud- iliessei) to the Business Manager. Alt nil ci matters should coma to the Bditei la-Chief We shall he pleased to liaiulle any students' OOtnmunlcattons with due con- sideration. All unsigned concspondc-ticc will not be published. Knteied as second-clans matter Novem- bei 8, 11113, at the Post-Offlce at Rich- mi,ml College, Vn., under the Act of Con- I March 3, 1870. FRIDAY, PBBRUARY 38, un?
MAC COSBY WRITES FROM TEXAS Spider Athlete Tells of his Experience on Border [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
MAC COSBY WRITES FROM TEXAS
Spider Athlete Tells of his Experience on Border
Mi. i n spell "i liokneas thai iteceaat-1 int..! n tojonrn in the hospital, Andoraoii 11. Ciiklm known lo nil tin- oliler men ... "\i.n-" wriii". ih" following letter t'l'oni Brownarille, Texim, where h< Ii doing guard duty oh am Mnxi.-mi border us si member of the Wind Virginia Cnv nit v. formerly tin- Rlehmond Ugh! in Cniiti-.v Qluesi To itiiioiiiii Mm'" we need merely to aoy Uml he w»a one of the j bMt h.'ilflnii'kH in tlm Kuhlitii Ax in tion hint year, ii captain of tha IBM track loom and was n mMbtt ot tha mi nii,y baaketball quint toot leoaon. The Idler: " imn nut mnl Ming iin" nn.i have I since Christmas, I have wanted In write tn you I'm- mum limn inni gel i ilm mat of the good nmw thnl yon prom ' ißi'.i, bul we ii" always on the it"., tl mum,ln funny Im uk tn In- mlmiivi the go, bul I'livnltv is tlm busiest branch of i in- service, Yon never eon not nil | there in t" h'.'iui without ...
FINAL GAME WEDNESDAY NIGHT. Jackets and Spiders to Meet in Last Game of Season—Will Probably Be Played in City Y.M.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
FINAL GAME WEDNESDAY NIGHT.
Jackets and Spiders to Meet in Last Game of Season—Will Probably Be Played in City Y.M.C.A.
j The hi-l lia-kcl bull gams Ol Ii luilll [plomhlp -itic- will Ih> played vVcdnc*' jiia.i ni-jM insieiui of Saturday night, as im i- scheduled, if tbt Spider* win ii Mill be ,i i I. mi sweep ..I the i-eri,-, -nine II a,- lian- neiel- been utile Hi aecolil pli-h -inc.. basket bull 1,..- a major -poll. ""lb.- liindolpb-Mueun .piinl will op- nose us, and nil who witnessed the game i,i-i Saturdaj will knon thai thej are u<> me.m opponents. VYsj were taxed to cm Utmost t'l ll'i-e "111 a 'I. I'll! . il, I we will I have lo put up a el,i-> -.in,,, Wcdne- Irlay nlglil II we make them drink from thai bin, i .-up twice m lueeession, They have developed • ol tin !■> U il lie,m- iii Ihe league, and the t.ii-t Hint they outplayed us in ihe second hall I cause* Hi to 1,i,,m up large and formld aide They are ~»ii for revenge, and if I Inn the) will make...
MR. BURNETT ILL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 February 1917
MR. BURNETT ILL.
\\i- are rarj wrr) to note the rathei serious Illness of Mr. Burnett, the men- lg»r ol Ihe Refectory. II seems to bo an Lfter attack of appendlcitla, and may ne ~ isltate mi operation, bul we sineerelj hope Hun «uch will no! be required. A! j,i„ |~,-i„t writing im -""in- 1" h" im : proving quite sr* ilv, and we certalnl) hope h" «ill bt out again
Tlm sympathy of the I ollegian la c* tended to Waltei Uonord In bereave' ,i,.-i)i over the Ices of his i her, Joaeph, during the earl) pari of Ins! week, -V large number of t*»nard'a fraternity i.iniimi- Mil" pii'ii'iit ni tiu< funeral.
Our iilihreunte.l .iml beSpeetacdftd lit siatanl cilit"v-ln i-iiii't, U. T. Coleman, has told us writs] hi j iss«al modesty that he has appeared in print r ■ntl.v as the iiiiiinr of an artlele on Oliver Qoldmnlth, iii-, lilci.iry effort CBBW forth I" th* pages of s jrounaj people** paper wrltb a , ileilhllii.il "I .ill.lllHl,