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o IN Bli
A Party of Masked Men Impart a
Lesson.
HE MISTREATED HIS WIFE
The Second Woman \ r\ the Case Or?
dered to Leave Town Double
Quick. Annual Report Of ?,
She Benevolent Society.
Some- Personals.
Thursday uiuht about II o'clock
a party of unknown masked men,
armed with whips, went t?> tho rest
deuce el a man unmet] Casey, ou
Pearl street, and orderod nun to
come out and surrender himself, or
suO'er the bouseuueuoeaii any resist
auee was offered. Casey bad mis
treated his wife <>n several occasions
and drivtu her away from home,aud
iu her absence Ca-ev would allow a
disreputable woman t.> come to Ins
house and make it her home, il<
plead for mercy, ami said his wife
was with him. .She was called for
and immediately came to the win?
dow and answered the gi utlemeu
th*t her husbaud had promised not
to mistreat bur agaiu, and aske.i
them to show bun meroy for her
sake. He vowed to never mistreat
her and was let oil'.
Tho party then went to tlie house
ocoupicii by hi- wife No. - aim
called her up, She proved to bo a
little abusive at first, but when she
fe>nnd that the horse whip was going
to tie used on her she begau to plead
for mercy alsu, end promised to
leave tho towu in twelve hours if she
would lie adowed, the privilege. 1 his
?was extended her and the would be
white caps disbanded pro teui.
The is will meet this afternoon
at the resilience of Miss May Blaud
on Liberty street extended.
Mrs. Sallie Worthiugtou, widow
of tho lato Hr. Worthiugtou, is
quite sick at the resilience of Mr, II.
x>. Scott in Montnlant,
Ankuatj Repout 6p tob Bexevo
IjKSt Society: of Bebr fiEV, ? During
the past year tho Bonevoleut Su
eiety, through the Lving's Daugh
ters, liave relieved all cases ol deed,
which upon investigation wen
found to tie genuine, although the
funds of tho society have uol been
sufficient t<> meet the demands, the
nnuuiuts paid by the society with
the money entrusted to it by tin
people of Berkley show to want an
cxteut relief has been giv n to tho
poor of tho district: S2l<S Ins bet
spent tor grocer es, ?4U for fuel, S3t!
for medicine am! Sit) for .-hoes.
lu the spring a patieut was sent
to the Ketreat for the Siek iu Nor?
folk aud bis board paid by the
Kiug's Daughters of the Minister
ing aud Willing Worker*.' Oirole.
By soliciting special donations tbe
funds necessary were procured to
send a tu tu 11 v of seven to Peters?
burg and to move another family
to Portsmouth. A tamily of six
was also assisted to move tu Bilentou.
During ttie summer mouths there
was a great deal of siokuess atnoug
the pi or, all of which was attended
to aud alleviated as far as possible,
At Ohristmas the Booiety held its
annual pouudiug and, through the
geuerotis response of tbe \ Ublic to
its appeal, was alilo to send out
iHDtiy baskets and to supply all who
applied tor provisions.
ihe King's Daughters take this
opportunity of thanking all those
Who have helped tliem in their
work, but more especially are their
thaubs due to the physicians oi
Berkley, wlio have never tailed t.>
respond to their call for help, and
to the press of Norfolk and Berkley
for gratuitous publication of their
notice^ ami appeals.
Tho Kiug's Daughters are nisi
eu^aged iu the management ol tho
Hare .Memorial Homo, which, how?
ever, they wish it to be distinctly
understood, is qmte a separate work
from that of the Benevolent Society.
Douutions should bo described us
for tho Beuevoleul Society or iui
tho Hura Memorial Home.
At the annual meeting of tbe Min?
istering Oirclo of the Kiug's Daugh
ters the following offioers wi n
elected: Mrs. At. K. Liudsev, pi
dent; Mrs. .i. J. Ottley, vi'oo piesi
dent; Mrs. fi. \\. Jong bine, seiirei
tary-trcasiire i; MesdauieS Duncan,
?Stark, Collis and Joiighius, investi?
gating committee; Mrs SVal
Alisa A. Wood, .Mrs. Hare, .Mis'.
Iit-roy, Miss A. Ooruiok, and Mrs.
E. Brown, collectors; Mrs; Stark,
clothing depart nn at.
In response tu Hip urgent appeal
made by the Benevolent Society, of
Berkley, mr minis to aid the i
ing poor during tbe preseul col i
spell, tho followiug is ackuowh I u i
with thaukn: J. A. Putlllo, ?1, poi
Mrs, Jonghins,
A RECORD
cur? sueh
no other
t53 medicine can
??"-'et of, has
QV lie en won by
fHF Dr. Plerce'a
S?s^A G''l',, n Mcdl
?^?aiitejl cal Dis<overy
Tho worst Sei of ula,
Balt-rheum, Tetter,
Eczema, Erysipelas, ct-..^
Boils, Carbuncles, .
EnlargedUlands, Tu- 'i h.
mors and Swellings, p$L*ii*'vi/? . ...
tiro cured by it.
Mrs. John <i. FOS
raa, of ? < hapin .v.,
Cmnndaioiia, A'. 1'.,
snys: " I was troubled
with eczema, or sKit
rheum, m-veo yeurs. 1
dootorcd with a num?
ber of our home pliy
sjofans, alno wit'll
Rochester, New York,
And Philaili'lphiii doo
lors, und received no ,.?? D?___?
benefit. I T,ui<l out M,w- F(
hundreds of dollars to no purpofe. I have
leken ten bolt leg of tuo 'iXsuoverv' und
HB aHOnd* cured." '
THE OLD NORTH STATE.
Small Items of a Newsy .?mJ Per?
sonal Character.
Spoei.il Dispatch to fae Ylrgiaiati.
Ualkioii, n. February 15.?
The session of the fusio i uuuuus lust
uight lasted until inter midnight.
The election law uud tlio Comity
(Jovorucueul hills were cousidered,
principally tiie lattor. Ouu ut the
in i ivor ?>i the cumulative
plan of voting for Uouuty Couitnis
siouers was by Moody, Itepnblicau,
who said jeuator Pritobard warmly
favon i thi i lau'nti i bad submitted
it to T. Ij. Iteud, who suui it was an
excellent ouo. Unriou Butler, an
earui -t advocate "t the cumulative
Bystom, tells uio that, it is gaiuiug m
fuvori Senator Graut, Republican,
tells me thai one provision, of the
County Government l)i!l will be
Btrioken o.i. this boiug the >.
which reijnires tour ut the live
County Commissioners to give their
aaseut before any Uuanoial ui aauro
ia \ainl.
The truckers of the Goldsi'iiro
scdiou (ear that tin; have lost all the
pus crop planted in January aud
will have to replant. Tboio is little
doubt tliitt the heavy freezes havj
killed the orop;
I ho legislative committee which
visited me iusane asylum lor the
colored race al Goldsboro is gtoaiiy
pleased with its muuagemeut,
At the Oxford Orphau Asylum
tome now dormitories arc to no con?
structed at once,
Tbo ?ommitteo oti Public Print?
ing will to-moriow uioruiug ope:,
the buia au l award the contrucl
under the new law. L'here is much
reticence an totho bids aud lud lere,
L'ua iheuibora oi mo Legislature
are eudeuvoriug to take a duy'i
holiday nest week and visit the
New hern Fair.
Gov, Uarr's recoptiou lust eveniug
in coni)'iiuiutit to tun students o.
the vuriotis oollcges bore was lar^c
ly atteudod. Many legislators nud
oitizeus also attended.
I tie lull to niunv tuo people oi
localities to vote on whether . uoi
shall be sold or not comes op to?
morrow. I hu isbiie ia uuoeriaiu,
though its supporters aay it will he
passud.
At Hie Agricultural und Mechaui
cal College to-day tue Wake County
Farmers' lustitute was neid.
THE COCKADE CITY.
Many Maliers to Interest Peters
burgers in Norio'k.
Special Dispatch to tho Virgluiau.
FKTiiHsnima, Va,, February 15.?
1 lie stockholders of tho Petersbur i
Alliance hixohauge held tbeir;annnal
meeting this uileruuou at I o'clock
in tue Mayor's court room. Air. ,i.
i . Smith, tho agent und secretary,
submitted his anuual report, which
shows tin: exchange to he in a good
j condition. The Btookholders by an
nuauimoiis vote deoided to ooutiuue
tnu btiBine8H bl the exchange in this
city. Directors for the ensuing year
wore elected us follows: Frem
Chesterfield county. W E tiill and
.los bleuuedy; from I riuco George,
Charles II Murks ami Joseph It
L'nuker; from Dinwiddie, I houias A
Diohl and L'' O Itobiusou; from .Sue
fees, George W Hanks aud ID Stub
lings; iroui t harles City oouuty,
Richard Fppea, Jr. VV 13 Gill was
elected president anil J C .smith
seoretary ami treasurer, A majority
of tbo stock wa- represented, eitucr
in persou or by proxy.
A livoiy interest is felt in Dinwid?
die conuly in thep.pproaohing spring
election, there are .said to be twelve
candidates ior commissioner of rev?
enue, eight or ten for sheritl ami
any number for the other oDices, it
is not thought that tliu present
county treasurer, Col, 1 ields, will
have unv opposition. Ad of the
cottuty olUccrs are. to ho ehcL ii,
with tho exception of clerk of the
court, who has already been elected
lor a period oi six years;
\ The Populist leaders of I'rinco
George held a inoetiug last night at
the residence ot Air. Hoheit Ii.
Battle and took notion in refcreueo
to |he nomination of county ollicers,
The business men of Petersburg
are subscribing very liberally to the
.Mock of the new telephone company
it is proposed to organize her'.-.
ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.
Paragraphs ot Interest to North
Carolinians Generally.
Special Dispatch to The Virginian,
F.r.i/.AUiiTii Cr?. N. ('., February
1", ? Mi^s Fannie Duwson celebrated
: l?th birthday by giving a party
t.i a number of ii lends lust night ut
the residence of ber mother ou vVest
l-mi in;? street. Ali present spent u
very enjoyable evening.
.Mr, (lowland Fearing, general de?
livery clerk at the postotlicc, Will
leave there to morrow to accept a
position in (ho lustirauco ollice oi
.Mr. (i. AI. Scott, Ho will In- suc?
ceeded by Zophouiro Burgess, .lr.
Miss Margni rite iiollowell.of Kay
View, is visitiug .Mis, Anuie Vatig
hau, on liiist Church street.
The ice on the river is thinning
somewhat to day, but no vessels
have been ablo to leave tho harbor
yet.
At :! o'clock yesterday afternoau
an outhouse in tho yard of Air.
Frauk . aughau's residence was dis?
covered to be on tire. Jhealurin
Was rung und the timely arrivul and
good service of the itio company
prevented a very serious conflagra?
tion, us Iii? residence of Air.
Vatlgban and Unit of Air. F. Al.
Cook, which adjoined it, would
probably have been destroyed, hut
lor lueir efforts, An nuthouse, in
.Mr. Cook's yard, in which were
stored several leather bc.la and some
furniture, Una destroyed.
Mr. \V. W. Woodley, foreman of
tho Blade's Lumber Company, left
work yesterday on account ot illness.
! He lb better and out ugaiu to-day,
paiae's Celera Gamooun?
Has made es wen.
We Advise the Sick to Take It,
Say the Clergymen.
Be Prepared for the Danger Sea?
son of Springs
Aggresive Christianity Is Possi?
ble With Health,
Pastors ot All Sects Prcacli It East
and West.
IiAOTlCAL work
distinguishes tho
pul it i'oot in d
sermous to . ..y are
at a ditc ? nil. Alill
rlu: ol I h? g<
HS Ii h . ?i' I-' 011
i hin aro
oner
, V \.-K \ <?< rtod Man
?rvV.' .-.if:-' ' I,,,w putting
^-h^? 5?? .- laendous Ol
. . >.'Y--*Jtf+u,*- intn the ciil-0 ? t
v W&i V&m I ???? ?I soverhiiient
^ KJSUV- f ???' .-"l b h nil i.
'XtttV?SaTlIfSlSlI . Agyrcs >? Chris
- nf.' i y x ?.-ins to he
'the prido of ever.\
'-? , 11 i omoiuiuatioii,
! l it- beste:!. Faltow-cbo k.-.i. weak
leKKod, ivntory-oved c.ergyiuoii me
?car e; slroug, vigorous clear-beaded,
in.any fallows nr. entering the semina?
ries.
I h t a weil inau is a better man tha i
a siek one is no longei li> rosy.
Public baths, fresh air o? arsioas,
o >u oar a, I uh lit. phislcnl training
nud proper luediciues .o tt.o Sick me
nil contributing to tiio work of homo
mis ions,
\it si eis appear to |>3 entering with
unu-il d ; eti.it? into n pru't:Oiil reior
tn.it o:'. Last wee u Boston one of tho
?(reitest of its puip t orators proa lied
upon oienn str?- t-: in New 1 o k ilic?
it r.- es hi e beon breit i'i up politi?
cal corruption. Mou y Ironi t io eon
tr butiou boxes are going into h Bp! tali,
Many a young clergyman lo-diiy t kesa
year or more, not iu a tri to I uro; o to
near musi and study athodrnl architec?
ture, and "round out In- education,'
but in a pi in matter- ff.et medical
school to lenrn . n it > av sud hygiene.
Most progressive ministers n every
liei.oaiuniiion to- ay aro roeomnieuding
to tiieir people Tiio" great rotnedi that
makes people well earnestly iud r.-iu^
the work of Dartmouth a College's eea
erous scientist, and frankly h n iin their
in'eon etot iitottncbo.it bysictanj?
advising generally the us- ol Paine'a
eury <? imp an <? now that the "dauber
se n-on ot ? rIn" is near,
Tho pro riotors ot tub host r,f reme?
dies now furnish a grent uautily of
en - i mou ids from ehrgviuen 11 every
Stato, and almost evert city and town in
tbu country, from ?hieb ibe iod? ng
m e taki ii at random:
< li.ir ??? C". Ilriice.
From Soinerv lie, Ma s.. Boston's
wealthy suburb. Char os Cromb r lira ??
on- u: tlio able t ung patois iu the
State, writes!
? 1 ni nearly li> yeari of tige aud eu h
normally lf?s pounds, at present
weight i< 1-18) My sickue s.
down to II, so that >on i an see t at i
:i getting ?c;. to itiysalf aud, UOJ
willing, s .all nop i e t ere.
?1 nave been a \.r -. k i.mu bat
ow ug io the goo iito s ' f the supreiu
powers I itni no on the io>ai road
whoso i u i is per fee I In alth,
"After ??'? years ol excessive la or
stud.Miig nmi pre eliitig, I was elccio.l
a position in a high school hi Host a,
hut He work told on iiH aud i grew ill;
The illness laste i for nboui ii year an i a
half, lilt now I am so that I cm s e
t e en ?, an in more thiukiui mm von
never saw. A gentleman who li\
mo begau to use Pniue's celeri o nipound
and it i- lit bim Ii 1 to light ol ih
an I scon I wa- lea to iiie it, and it lin
brought mo out all right.
??:. I livrehU'a At Udo III)*?
dotier;I'fheresa, writing from Ht.
Theresa's Academy, near i eoria, III.,
say-, that t ey have giy< n Puiuu s ueloiy
compound a thorough trial, aud found
it to be all rat ,s claimed tor it ?be
a ; Is "Wo shall , out.i,lie its no .iu.l
? >'j re in ui.-ud it to our rieudv'
-.:<?.. :?. f. sluiirrer.
Tho following testimonial fr ?:.i a man
so wi ii ly knonn aud i i iovoit n-, ?u,. J.
I . alliier, pasl ir ol ih" I a ill Ro (. m
ed Ch iroh < i I hie In, N n . h a mort
II s 11v<? proul ol tho wondi rful me i i
nut power o lainns eeh rt compound
an : ,t- 1,-ie.it superior,ty over ordinary
s ir-?. ai bin . tpii.erf aud ucrvilies.
"For n< ir.? a i ar pasl 1 have f- It my
self running down; My nervous system
was k'T'i nally growing worse; I had
s.i ht yin toms of rheumatism, and was
trouble I a goo 1 (toil at tunes With in?
somnia 1 nl ; lid SQiii : i.K must be
''one. and eoucludod to mo l ain; - o fi?
ery coinpouiid. Alto; the HrSt iew ii.v
nse i began t i improve, an 1 I am yeri
m ich better now Indi ed l tee lilt
mi self on o more All syniplome of rheu?
matism are isip oaring. , a si , p n i,
my uoivous si ie is rapidly I in pro ihg,
an i 1 b dii v.- a ni lie I e ire is hoi g e
fe e . Paine s cdory loinponud is a.
siilendid iiine.lv. mil i run lons ien
iiousiy (omnteiid it to the suffering m
like cases. Ifmt er believe that if ibis
iiioilictno were takeu In limn it would
-i o mnny In ai ? or's b Iis I haw
never med a remedy of any kind that
J met Us pron-iie so web auu io readily, 1
i diior ot lite (iooralu II>i|iiKi.
Rev. VV..'. White, i>. i>.. editor of the
G 01 i.i I apt I s v- "M v i >, as lu
floor health. 1 tiun It a so t of .? rn
dei >1 t.i whicli us it sovere 11 nous of
heart palpi I t en. die was favorahli
pri s-e I With J ., II - Old \ eo n- mm,I
and proa re i at on <> tilxe oil ben
lited ? i om the first mottle, nud 1 sco a do
elded improvement win h ., gr.itif. in^.
\V' have spoken 6 this iiiodiouio to sov
%l frienas, ami seVerni have already
ii e l it upon oar ree i mends loit,
ICrCtor <>' SI. tlitle'N, .. Iitille.
Itev. T. F. Martin, rector of SI Anno's
j < b roll at Nah. Hie, givos Iiis people
I ton . ance UB tho great curative pit i it4
of Paino's celery compound. Ho says:
'During ill" l.eiitmi bctiiiuii laat yc ut.
wbh..'- . mit of mult plied soc ii i s,
is. ?<ry tiyin : mid la'. Orion* to ? olorgy- I
man. i became so ruu-nown that 1 loaivd
i wou Id not bo able to liol'l out t i tin;
end. Having s.cu accounts of tbo etti
cacy of i i ho b celer i coiupjuul iu
t-i . liar rases, 1 oouojude.l tot '- it. I
vtos soon delighted to Hud tbat it cave
us uo? vigor, aud by -.be i.ne o' one
b.jtt i uasetiubl ? to-net ti.ron n tli -
nio t laborious part of the so .son- In
ci .uiu : Holy Week und Kasterday, with
ou-a- . n.l cpufort. 1 attii nto my re
In f to Psdue s celery compouud. 1 keep
a lioitlu o: it on kau I and whenever 1
bavo a return ?>l th.' lee ;iik o exhans
tion ro..: uuut a libor 1 t d u a )o v
uoso-. always with upleana.it uuus.itiou
ot relief."
'B'lio l)|ipcr mwn L'ouferencc.
Among 11 uny vory a'le ministorfl
in tbo upi'ei Iowa ooufer nee none is
better belo c.l hy hin ob ireh than liev.
B. I- L'erry. Head uf tin great ?ood
tliat I'aiue's oolery oompouu ? did hint.
"For tl reo years 1 have suffered from
iudigottion, constipation ant bihoiiN.
neas. 1 iiave taken ti.r o bottles of
Paine s celery o impound ami Und my?
self wonderlulli helped. I tei-1 rested
now moruin s, and no longer liu a any
tired and id reeliugs Theref re I
lake gre t delight in recommending
Pi inu pel ry oiuno md o all er.ng
from 'hone disorders,"
I'liu Venerable William A. Ntniib.
Uov. William A. Hmith, of Qroton,
Conn., after years of work, is Still will
an t > ine. lie ? rit s.
"In my < srly dai f, i y great and pro
longoj m ni bUffeiiug, I brose doan
in health ai d bi t arn u . ysj epti . hi lug
obliged at on ? um.- t > ki^<! 1* niv work
in the mil i?tr\ <> i ac onut 01 ill-hoilth.
I am uov Ki ye*rH of age, and daring
iny oug !u liave suffered greatly rom
dy p psia, torpid livor. eon tipation ud
lusoiuuia i i t me - thinking 1 bou d ? ie
tor bo .vaut oi us my al ep. aud it in a
won t?.r t ? me Ibat lam a i.e i i-day with I
all Hi I ! hav Leon through.
"i Itayo tri an oudlosi am uu of
med eino. i t it y I ave bo n takilig
Paiuos coh y oompound, and bavo ?11
faith In its i r. issadnpi d to uty case,
Ii., the use of sevi nil bottl ?< I so far re?
covered my health a- to eeusider ley
s It a well man for my age. it rogulat ?
the liv r. n.oiii.i h an i b?weh with ut
any ipn s ion. 'y appetite l< now goo I,
my si ep i- n frr-sbing. my live active
.in.l bow. i r g I r. and my cri t h * or
not i.e. ded. i.s I can v.ak without
a Btaff. 1 aiu did y inct using
in trcngt'i and impro.in,' gauerally,
ind hope tb it my youtb will be tore
ncwed t'iat f can mo a as in by-gone
lay-. People Br.- surpris >1 at my im?
proved appi nr.hi e ;:u 1 activity."
New Vorlt C?lty Olcrgvnioiia
Iut rvii re by a reporter In Ibat city
tho other da , a largo numbesof clergy*
in u . xpr .- ?' Uiu In: r ie i endorse
ra ut oi siii s oel ty compouud Tho
interviews were . ibllshed in tb-.- World.
Here nr.- a fe i of tiioin:
it v H I. rnnlieiiard. paslor ot tri?
F . lie Proxbytcrian Obnroli wb i livea
a: 1 <:i We i Sixteenth street, Bai I '-I have
froqueutly b .n relieved oi nervoui af?
fo t Ollis by 11 us ut Paii e ? o< lo y
eempouurl. 1 t in. ii a -..o-<i rcliabis
ra ii ? ly a uii[shall recommend it who over
i . a.o aa opportuuty.'
Rev. It. I? Wlnh, postoi of t o Aby -
Biuiun Church said ??M. nuei-r :i? u
minister ot .b ku p I hie been hauip
erou by t e fa t thai for ye rs I have
hutferod from norvousnoi 1 coiunlt ?!
so on! lDtoial sts, who treatid mv case
hi mouths, b .i I .ii . t say th t .iiiriii^
he past w iv like I have ree- Ivo (I m ire
benefit from ou bottle of Paine's oolery
. our out ihiui from all ut i r modioiuei
ta eu."
rho r > nt iu lor enients of tb_ gre*t
r m dy b It-v. ;>. A <? . :.ot. Itev. Mr.
I.aird and other rominent livines hav
-.. roc i.t ? b oil i ublished that the) ur.
fro h in itt i ' ublic l i d.
Itei*. v. Ihmert.
Rev. O. A. Emery, of Pittsfield.tVt.,
wi tes
' P.i ue oelory copini u id i t a best
in- di in-- to b bund aii.i i very cheer
id ? re. omm -ud it to ul ivboai eitiar n
down or exhausted condition. I have
tivl o n>ed it with m hi satisfuot<r. re
Hitltd For iiv year my work im- been
vor. heav, oj ? ? ;ii o during 'he lust
two year ? 'iv OOUVicti ii W.i- hitun
I bs 1 fei.ii i oniethiug tu i clp mu 1
must give up in- work'as a ministera but
i too Paine s eel r com md au i I > I
year cnim tad tight without u v?;n
tion of so mach as on Sun ay. L recom?
mend it to atl as u wou'lerfnl^norv? ro
Btorer.
Uev. ii. Si Crokbr.
It ,-. il. a Crosby, of brush ton, H K
says
?It givoimo -;iOat oi a-nre to add my
t -: mouy tot e elf et i Peines celery
com pound. For eight ?-..r- 1 have-u
tovo i great pain in uii bae^. Last April
1 was no weaic and nerv ustbatta rangt I
t ? . t.? Moutrc I for Iroatnient, bat
thi-eo days bei relexpo tod to go a friend
ofjmiiie urged hie to ut,.; 1 uu c-b-r-.
u .. o : i I went hat y and bought
,i bit i -a l .- im? lieu I lo take it. uu :
? i jre 1 hud 1 ik< n the first b .ttie I wr.
free from nun in my back mid canhl
slo ji snuu tiiiud am'abla to preach every
Sunday.
?I nr ill gladly um wer nny^onCwbj
may write to mo about It. i tru-t your
Lm iueus will coiitiiiuu to prosper until
iho n'HjctoI on. oi -ii ? entire nation
shall lake Pain s i olery .con pound au I
ho revitalize i.'
\l as Uii lined |?| (iripi
be v. ! r i. P. Hall, of Mo i ntvlllo,
one of tin. best known ministers ;n
bptitbeasioru Ohio. Mrs. Hull, whosn
lib was <^ uir ii of. was restored to
hoalth by 1' itio i eh r c no noun !? She
unto--.
''The grip id adi .ij.ro '. :.f my natural
i;o I he Ith. i Mirrored from continual
heads . o ?'Iii b nothing rolleted, and
ruin hurvotisndss wbtoh pr veiitod sleep
aiiii auscd um Iiavi pal it.it en oi th
? it an t.rtlei by any nri'-jp.ved
tioiso or so ut I had listressiiiK i> Ins
.. my ha k and i u. a .. constipated^
i'. :.i -, and sallow-complaxioued, Mv
p e ivas v . i. a. hie, sometinei
.1 U aud at others seui oly percept.bis,
pp -.t poor, ?.tu ;i f.; I Hg of lang or
I ami weakned at t i.i.n dmosi overcom?
ing inc. it soii'nifi i a ii o-.ory organ in
my bo iy was dise.is?<i, und I ?. as In .'e
i.p.i r of over bein w II gain. At ti uos
tho .rave io-i rd vor noir. I can no.< r
describe my terrible > ,iT -ii.gs and i
wo Id Ii o been a gr itreiit lo I five
oiebsnged worlds, bin id;, otcrj
mo Ie- 1 -.n .1 ! Iuok lipo i HIV bnbv boy
an I an. to Ii o
"Notfiaviu ma-h i n in'advarliae.1
modi lue , it wan ?.t. re uptuuca that 1
(??e? " to n it i aini ? . ory tempo ud.
bui rter t".i Hrsl ose i op - t-R. .My
imp -.v?-:i 0 i was lupll. I looksit lot
ii an! ganed between twe.ty ami
tiventy-fl i noun - u ? cht. and now I
am llosliv, rit ay i i. ke . au i ole*ar com
pi. dm o i the vromibr ..f ait my n en Is.
tun ay own work ida?. t my hnsbiuid
iu hl ab ir* .h a minister of the gosi-el
i nl mi ti>:i th,- nek nti i anfferlii I at
th m raiii| ?,?, otind h 'I done for me
6 or All Hllirei. r..
lb . Po y T. Fenn, reotor of st
J. hn i at lioont n. N. J . wr ira
' it yives uto ?r..nt p.e.m.ro to era
nionil the UM of Paine's celery oui- j
puiiuil tu all those who nr snrTei lug from I
ueriuu* troubles 1 had enfl'ered tor two
yearn witu uorvoim prostration, brought
ou by overwork and u\' esnivo study, and
during the t me hAd trial alino-t u-ery
ttii m m tbe way of medicine, besides bo
n>.: treatu i by n eminent spec nlist iu
nervoui diseases, but nothing helped uie
until i imed I'nine's co'ery compound,
this remedy luis boon of great In uetit to
nie, and I shall always rt com med it to
nil -a Ii rem.
The fit is. l'u no's oelery i onipounl j
makes people well, irvit and uo cou
vinced,
COMPOUND SY RU P
lie Pi and
Coughs aud ooids, brou
cbial ailments and affections
of the thro.it yield tu its nc
tivo curative property, aid?
ing tho piiysieal stren^t'i by
its t u oiufluenee on the ma*
cons auifaees.
?PREPARED IK?
IWBENCE & HOLMES,
10.76 PiaiN 8THEET,
OPPOSITE ST. JAMES HOTEL,
NOlll OhK, - - * VIRGINIA.
_PHONE 783._
The Long Haired Lady is'riefe
-AND WILL IIOLD?
DAILY C01OTAM FBSE
FOR TWO WEEKS,
regarding th* treatment of tlu ha r . ui
S.'Slp, St/
Gatimg's HortBlR Plwaeg,
W. R. MARTIN,
91 MAIN STREUT.
COMIC VALKNT1MKS1
as GROSS!
OLD DOMINION PAPER CO.
DO MOT let your vanity
gel tho best ui
your good sense
DO HOT imagine thai
your personal
magnetism will
draw customers
into you! estab?
lishment.
DO NOT suppose for a
moment you are
as well known
as a Newspaper.
G ET RID oi your conceit
and take advan?
tage of the op?
portunities of
fend you of
Advertising in
a First - Class
Newspaper.
Air-Yen can draw trade t? any part ot tbe
tiiy by ioterting no advertlicuiont w.ih
r ii incuts inTe-ie Viremian.
It Olivers tie ui.ol.' field, and it h Ike
i nly ne din in Unit d e .
King up the Ad Man ?ml be will call on you.
Virginian Phono 103.
NEW ARRIVAL!
Mndame San-, (i n . i oun I, at .'.t'c.
i rent World Aim >na i, . .> ,
>ij stoi es of the 1 oni tof Napoh on ">0o.
lieiiuirks 'Very c?mical by Bill Nyo.
Pi'otlv Valentines,
* nen an i inexpenaive, a.
NUSBAUMS VM A?Q ART PLACE.
128 Main Street,
O l'houe, 72?.
ass
m THROW YQUB PlEY HWRY
by buywg bum wmm\
T ,o right kind will last^a lifetime Wo still bold our well
earned reputation of beiu? at the top with bargains for thoso iu
need of
I Furniture, Carpets,Rugs, Mattings,
Oil Cloths, Baby Carriages,
w
Stoves
ami anythiup? that you may reauire iu t;io honcchoKl lino.
??ods ?old on Easy terms, Small Payments, Long Credits.
ill
All
JNO. B. LOUGHRAN'8
11
205 AND 207 CHUHCH STREET.
-EVERYTHING SOID ON THE INSTALMENT M.i
at
XTiS?* JUIIN 13. I.OUCiUKANH METHODS ARE FA IB AND SQUARE
fc-^:< AND AllUVE D0A1D.
Wk THIS IS WHAT YOU PAY :
?1
J3&
On S85 You Pay 50c. casH, soc. Weekiu.
On 850 You Pay si Gasti. si Weekly.
On s/5 You Pay 31.50 Casti. si.50 Weekly.
On Sioo You Pay S2 Casn. S2 Weekiu.
l2g
^r^C* CAN YOU ASK AKYTRIN
MORE REASONABLE? OAN VOO
I O >Q WELL ELSEWHERE
JU M. CUHDTS,
ill
ill
iSv*
ooesseooe^eoseotoosoesseseesaeoi
o
?
et
? PRACTICAL
I upitoistBrer ana mattress maKci. s
? will attend promptly to all orders led at my eture. <*?
5 JOHN B, LOUGHRAN,;
? 205 and 207 Church Street.
dieaesoaeecsaeoeeeeesseoeeaeeeeesess
GREAT CUT S?LE OF CLOTHING
- % 1 or men, boys and children tu make room for^^^F
mY l-irge Spring Stock. If you are looldng??j?;
11 ;?ior liargains call and take advantage of this^-f^
|p&opportunity to get the best Clothing ever of-^^
5^?forcd for the money. *
WIINQ !
. v/ \A.rV|l P.irel.aa.j yuiir Uk-yule nut.I yo i examine oar line.
DUJN 1
L )( ) 'S' ''K *'J";'i"t 0ur iJ'Klj ",ilde wneols with iuAot grades on the market.
H w v VI *rp lk . :tx, it) ill nil s ami see our be tutifui line of wheels in oar
1 >\ t i\ 1 new show rooms.
I w \ \" v i' lie "WOOZY,' 1 hi purcbuse one ol our loaders. *'i'RlbUNK."
\l \ ) ?\ 1 "BYRAUUSE or "bTEBLINU."
ITt-ilzo Your Clioice,
& DODSON,
1.51 -Main Sired, - - Norfolk, Va.
"Do not hide your light under a bushel, but remember
weil the power of the Press."
THE PRESIDENT
of a Western Business University strdes that instruc?
tion in advertising is to be added to the
studies of that institution.
BUSINESS PUBLIC!
Is the chief element of success in business, yet. it is to?
tally neglected by nearly every Business College. No
business man's education is complete who docs not
known how to prepare and arrange attractive advei?
tising matter, and above all to select
THE BEST MEDIUMS
for reaching the public. A well-selected stock and
polite, attentive service will hold patronage after it is
secured, but JUDICIOUS ADVERTISING IS AB?
SOLUTELY NECESSARY
purchase.
securing their hrst

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