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Who Will Preach at the Various
MATTERS IN .SECULAR KIND
The Painful Burning of Mrs. Roby
From Standing Before the Fire?
place. Debating Society.
The Benevolent Society's
Card ot" Thanks.
St Paul's P E Church, Rev Hobt
Gatewood, pastor?Preaching U a
in and C> p in.
Chestnut Street M E Qhuroli, Kev
Pr Ceorgo II Kay, pastor?Preach?
ing 11 a iu and 7:150 p in.
Berkley Avenue Baptist Church,
Kev 11 X Quisenberry, pastor ?
Preaching It a m and 7:;)0 p tu.
St Thomas' P B Church, Kev Dr
Hubert, pastor?Preaching 11 a ui
nud 4:30 p rh,
Main Street Christian (.Church,
Kov M \V Butler, pastor?Preach?
ing 11 a m and 7:3U n ni.
South Norfolk M I. Churcb, liov
E A fotta. pastor?1'reaeLiug at 11
a m nud 7:3i? p m.
Mrs. Roby wsb badly burned Fri?
day night at her residence iu South
Norfolk, Her clothes were ignited
while she was ptauding iu front <>t
nu onen Gre. Dr. J, A. Norlloet
was summoned ami dressed her
The Dobating Society will nice!
Monday night at tho Berkley Mili?
The Benevolent Socioty of Berk
ley acknowledges with thuuks the
following sums iu uuswor to its up- i
peal for funds to enable it to assist
the poor during this inclement
weather: T. A, Patillo, si; Airs.)
Nettie Baker. S2; Mrs. 8. P. farker,
31; Mrs. Marshall, 815 por Mrs.
Lindsay, $1; per Mrs. Joughins,
cash, 810; G. TiUey, 81. Tho eall
npou tho society for help continue
yaabated and it ia hoped Hint others
?itill come forward and assist by furs
thor subscriptions, so that none
who nro worthy of help ueed be
turucd away while the pies, ul
weather lasts. Iu the report of tlio
Benevolent Society the names of
Mrs. ELanooek nud Miss H. Ivos
wero inadvertently omitted from the
list of collectors.
A retail coal merchant, who sells
coal by tho bucket on Liberty street
extended, was relieved of his bucket
und coal a few nights u^o by eonie
person unknown to him, Tho mer?
chant thought his customer would
return tho next night for another
supply, so he attached a small boll
to tue bottom ol the bucket ami it
had not boon dark long before he
heard the bell ring. Au investiga?
tion revealed that the bucket and
coal hud beeu left behind and the
would-be thief had made good his
The president of tho Ministering
Circle of the Kiug's Daughters urges
all members to bo present at Mou
tlay'u meeting, us there is im por
taut business requiring immediate
To the People of Bebelbv,?
Uwiug to the extremely severe
weather of the past two weeks, tlieio
is unusual destitution and Buffering
among tho poor people of the town,
Berkley's only benevolent lu-titu
tiou, tho King's Daughters, have
labored liurd und Uuceasiugly, and,
with the limited means tit their com
maud, huvu ruleaved many cases of
absolute- distress. They have now
reached the end of their resouroes,
and mrike nu appeal to the town
Council for help. The Council is
unable to ussist thoiu, there being
no money iu tho town treasury, and
the only way they can procure
fuuds for the purchase ol supplies,is
by individual contributions from the
peoplo of tho town.
The ladies of tho society report
that they liud n number of families
who have neither food nor fuel, and
that thu ueod for relief m man;
worthy cases which the.v have inves
gated is so urgent that there is no
time to niuke a house to house can
vas9 for contributions. Under these
circumstances it has therefore been
deemed advisable to call u mass
meeting of the people of tho town
iu order that tho necessary funds
may be raised at once. The Market
Hull has beon tendered for that
purpose and tho meeting will he
held this afternoon at 8:30 o'clock.
K, A, M( OoY, Mayor,
Justice Burroughs disposed ol tho
following cases yesterday:
Peter .Uodgers, colored, btealiug
SilT?, the property of Prank Single?
ton (a continued caso); dismissed.
W. H. Williams, colored, stealing
80 ceuts* worth of bacon from John
H. Hay .v. Co.; thirty days in jail. J
Same, stealing oue ham und a
bushel of corn from C, H, Jordan;
sixty days in jail. I
J. Lowu.steuliiig au overcoat from
S. Connies; turned ovor to the coun?
Haviuia Green, colored, assaulting
Eleuora Kiddlck, colored, with an
axe; fined 34.75.
A. S, Pinner and H. B. Comtek
wero before the Police .Justice to
day, charged with Beoreting prop
erty levied ou by tho High Con
Messrs. J, B, Baiter, Joseph H.
Kaufman and Merman 11. Kuufinuu
wero before the Police Court yes
terduj, charged with selling oloo
murgurine in violation of the laws
of Virgiuia. They wero released
till tho teat caso, soon to bo heard
in this court, is disposed of.
Beveral oars on route; must bo
Held; also somu ou track hero. H.
& Owens, 275 Wat at street.
THE COCKADE CITY.
Many Matters to Interest Peters
burgers in Norfolk?
Spocnl Dispatch to tho Virginian.
Putkrsui u';. Va? February 1(5.?
Tbero is a good deal ol interest felt
among tlio Confederate veterans
liere in tho move, being mu le look?
ing to the establishment ufu Natiou
nl Park at Appotnattox Courthouse,
ami at tho next meeting <>f A. P.
Mill Camp it is oxpootetl that u reiso
lutiou will !>o adopted giving tbe
Camp's eodorsetueul of i be move
tueut. It further believed thai the
Camp will eudorse the idea which
oomea from thu Williamsburg Caiup
to have tho route from Petersburg
ami UiouniOQd taken by tho two
armies n- gthoy moved to tho place
of surrender marked by appropriate
mile stones. This im to bo done by
oommittees from each army.
Mr. William Quartes, who some
days ago wroto to the management
of the Scraulou | Pa. > baseball team,
askiug to be released, bus not yet
received any reply t>> ins letter.
Mr. (jnarlestold n o that liu uus
uiraiii that he would not he able to
Hocitii- Ins releace. Mr. Quarles
w ould pitch tor the Petersburg team
if lie could net his i olous ?.
The oigbtti t-uow storm :nsido of
two weeks bogau hero about ?!
o'clock this moruiug aud bus be-mi
growiug rapidly ever unco. The
mound is covered to n depth ol
several inches aud tho sleighing is
The rcprosoulolivoa from Peters
burg to tlio Grand Lodge, Knights
of Pythias, of Virginia, which will
c numeuoe Is nextauuiial eouvcubou
at Stunntou next Tuch lay arc James.
13. Oaldwell, from Kureko Lodge
No, 04, and P. P.. Ueloher, from
Naomi Lodge No. 30, both of whom
will attendi Ornml Chancellor 13,
P. Eluloe, of Richmotld, hu.s it very
interest m-; report to mako, showiug
thu uumericul strength of tho onler
duriug tho Pythiau period now end
iug, and Graud Keeper of Ltcoords
ami Seal Walter A. 13dwards, ol
Norfolk, will submit n report show
nig the (inauoial aud statistical
standing ol this groat brotherhood,
while Urnud Muster of Exchequer
r. 1;. < onrtuey, of Uiohuiond, in
liia report will show thu Btate ol tho
treasury. Tboespeoinl feature which
will ongago tliu itttcuttou of the
representatives at this Zession will
be the revisiou of tbe constitution.
Tins is u matter ol importance to
the fraternity, not only iu Petern
bnrg, but tlio outiro State, aud bus
eulistetl the earnest thought of nil
wlio intend t^ bo present,
'tho committee appointed from
tho Chamhor of Commerce to look
ufter Beouring cheaper telephone
service for tin; people of Petersburg
held a mcetiug to-day. Mr. Uoode,
of Llichmond, representing tho
Southern Bell Telephone (Jompany,
appeared before tho committee and
ottered to rent, tho telephones for
j?lll per niiiiuui to business house:1,
instead of S-iS per annum, us ih now
paid, and ?30 per annum for privuto
residences, ids teed of S36. Tho
committee declined to accept Mr.
Roodo's proposition, but told him
thai if he would rout tho telephones
for S2? per uuniiui to business
houses and ?12 to private residences
they would oonsidor his proposition
llov, W. A. R, Goodwin und Miss
Kvelyu Tau nor wiil lie married at
St. Paul's Episcopal Church on next
Tuesday afternoon nt -1:30 o'clock.
The prospective groom is rector of
St. John's Episcopal Church, in this
oily, mid the bride in ouo of Peters?
burg's ino.-t charming young huhes.
Several ministers will take part in
the ceremony, among whom will be
Rov. Mr. Goodwin, rector of St.
John's Episcopal Church iti Pich
Fluttering,No Appetite, Could not
Sleep, Wind on Stomach.
"For alontf time I had a torrihlri
pain at my man, which fluttered
utmost incessantly. 1 had noap
tetiteand could not sloop. I would
a: compelled to sit lip in bod anil
belch gas from my stomach until I
thought every minute would be my
last. There wan a feeling of op?
pression about my heart, aud I was
afraid to draw a full breath. Could
not sweep a room without resting.
My husband induced mo in ; ry
and ant happy to .say it has cured
me. I now have a splendid appe*
tlte and sleep well. Its eilectwaa
MKS. HARRY LS. STARR, Pnttsville. Pa.
i>r. Miles Henri Onro is sold oh a posi?
tive guarantee that ih.- first Im,in,.Twill
bonoat. All druggists aoll a ni tl, g bot?
tles for?6. or It will bo soot, prepaid, on
-ocelot of price by thu hr. Miles Medical
Oo.. Elkiiui t, inii.
Sold by All Druggists.
The Old Friend
And tho host friend that never
fails you i.^ Simmons Liver Regu?
lator, (tho Red Z)?that's what
you hear at the mention of this
Bxcellent Liver medicine, and
peoplo should not be persuaded
that anything else will do.
Jt i.s'tiic King of Liver Medi?
cines; is better than pills, and
t;il<t>.< the place ot Quinine and
('alomel It arts directly on the
Liver, Kidney and Bowels and
gives new life to the wholo sys?
tem. This is the medicine you
want. Sold by all Druggists iu
Liquid, or in Powder to be taken
dry or made into a tea.
?Tin tin- '/. Slump iu red ?ui wrapper
J. II. ZHIJUJN & CO^ tfhil?ddphi.?, 1'?
li Pile and Tor!
Oottglis ami co':dj. brou
ckial ailmcuti and nffeotioua
of tlio throat yiehl to its ac
tivo curative property, aid?
ing tho physical strength l.y
its t .nie iuflueuee on tho mu?
LAWRENCE & HOLMES,
HO. 76 [TtfllH STREET.
OPP08ITE ST. JAMES HOTEL,
NORFOLK, - ? - VIRGINIA.
OLD DOMINION PAPER CO.
DO NOT let your vanity
get the best of
your good sense
DO NOT imagine that
into your estab?
DO NOT suppose for a
moment you are
as weil known
as a Newspaper.
GET RID of your conceit.
and take advan?
tage of the op?
portunities o -
fered you of
a First - Class
i}</-Y(,u can draw trade to any part of tho
city by loicrting an advcrtliemont w.-.li
Inducements ii. The Virginian.
It covers du win,)*' field, nud it ti ibe
inly medium tbat die*.
Illng up the Ad Mau und be will call on ywi
Virginian Phone 103.
Mndamo Sana a n . I onml, at .Vc.
< ireat World Almsna ?. 5c,
Mysteries of the) ourtof Napoleon r>0c.
Remarks ivery comical by full Nye.
now mi.I iuexpensiv'i. a'.
NUSBAUM', im AND ART PLACE.
128 Mnin Street
Si) 1 liolle, Wt.
Tu ft Suit Money, Time U We Ii Bis Furniiure, Carpels, Mailinos, Ruqs, CrocKery,
Stoves, Elte, 'rn?M
John B, Loughran's Pioneer Instalment House, 205 and 207 Church Street,
ALL GOODS SOLD ON THESE EASY TERMS:
On a Bill of $25 You Pay 50c. Cash, 50c. Weekly.
On a Bill of $50 You Pay $1 Cash, $1 Weekly.
On a Bill of $75 You Pay $1.50 Cash, $1.50 Weekly.
On a Bill of $100 You Pay $2 Cash, $2 Weekly.
Have you ever purchase 1 goods on such easy terms? Well, if not call and look through my immense
stock, where you'll find everything pertaining to housekeeping up to date. You can avail yourself of the op
poituniLy of refurnishing your home or of selecting such articles as you may need on the above terms.
RELSV1 EIIV1 E3EELR, 1 guarantee every article that goes out of my store tobe as represented or
money ret uncled.
Marked within the reach of all. A few more Suits left. If in need of a good Suit now Is the time to buy, as
all that 1 have must go to make room for my Spring Stock.
John E3. Loughran, 205 and 207 church st.
PEOPLE'S SAUS IPT?TI PflYS LHRGE DfflOEPS THIS WEEK
tight Hundred Rich, Beautiful 4-4 Chcuilc Table Covers, 5l>c. each. Those Covers are worth $1.00. We
closed Importer's stork. They are wonderfully cheap.
One ease Boys' Heavy Seamless, Stainless, Black Rlbber Bicycle Hose, Sizes 7 to to IU, at 17c, worth 35c.
I'ifty-Ninc Casos Hamilton Mill Remnants, mill ends oi finest dress and wrapper prints, choice styles, navy
ground- and light ombre effects, ton yard patterns, tor 59c.
Three Hundred Dozen White ['ringed Napkins, now colored borders, oUc. a dozen.
Another Case of l'ure Linen Huck Towels,$ 1.50 a dozen; also Knotled bringe Damask Quilts, 23x50. ?3 a Doz.
Hundreds ol Cases <>t New Spring Goods now open. Corsets, Hosiery, Noliuiis, White Coods, Muslin Under*
wear, Embroideries, Linens, etc.
in advertising is likely to select the me?
dium which oilers the greatest number of
inches for the money, lie is like the
fellow who selected the duce in prefer?
ence to the ace. because it had more
spots on it. 1 le thinks it worth twice as
HE WANTS QUANTITY.
HIE EXPERIENCED ADVERTISER
would much rather have a small ad
vcrtisement in a publication of real
value, with a long li.-t ol regular readers,
than a half page in one of doubtful value.
He knows the value of the ace. It looks
smali, but it wins every time.
HE WANTS QUALITY.
$ TURKISH AND RUSSIAN BATHS, ik
turner Church an? Hute Streets.
Y? ALWAYS OPEN 1
Ff% Hours Reserved for Ladies: Tuesdays, Fridays; 8--4 P. M. jft\
ffk PHONE 784. //K
W SLHUl'ING HOOMS. VAN IKI.BURG H0B1AN, Manager, y)
liixilt IviJtt? Ii Watch!
~J?y Jrj^ Purchase your Ul.-ycle until yo i examine our lint).
J^J^ ) J\* "TP Conflict our high grade wheels with iower grades ou tho niarUot.
I W \ \"*rP i'frai.i to call on us and aoo our beautiful Hue of wheels in our
1 " V / 1 1 .1 now !^iow rooms.
I W Da "WOOZY," l>ut purchase ono of our k.-ukrs. "TttHJUNE,"
L./V/-l.> X "8YRA.0UBE" or "STERLING,"
Talte Your Cliolce.
WHITE & DODSON.
1 51 Main Street
I Ittel? 1 i ngtoxi I 5?t il? i h 1(iratil)^.' JSt ?
SHORTHAND. BOOKKEEPING. PENMANSHIP, TYPEWRITING, I'ONKlVi.
etc.. etc. No? in the time to enter, so as to ho ready for u too ! position ?heu Uu i
nessrovivos. Tliero n ill be a great donautl for stenoKraplicra au bookkeepers,
und. you ibonld I e iu the front rank. 81 idents admitted at any tnuo. Terms rca?
Bouable. l oi fuithtr information address
I. VV. PATTON, Principal.
'Do not hide your light under a bushel, but remember
well the power of the Press."
of a Western Business University states that instruc?
tion in advertising is to be added to the
studies of that institution.
Is the chief element of success in business, vet it is 10
tnlly neglected by nearly every Business College. No
business man's education is complete who docs not
known how to prepare and arrange attractive adver?
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
secure.1. but JUDICIOUS ADVERTISING IS AB?
SOLUTELY NECESSARY in securing their first
The best medium in Norfolk and vicinity
THE NORFOLK VIRGINIAN.