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The Irish Societies Honor the
THE ANNUAL BANQUET GIVEN
An Elegant Supper. Beautifully Deco?
rated Hall and Eloquent Speeches.
One of the Most Brilliant Cel?
ebrations Ever Given
The Catholic societies of Norfolk
celebrated appropriately yesterday St.
Patrick's Day. Tho beautiful Irish
Hag was seen floating from a number
of prominent buildiugs in honor of tho
patron Samt o( the htucrald Isle. Tbe
Irish colors were worn t>y mauy promi?
nent citizens, und while there was no
street dcuicuntratiou, tho city bad tho
eppearauce ot a happy holiday, und tbo
festivities closed with a graud banquet
at Emerald Hall last night.
Tbe Committee ot Arrangements
bad bsen industriously making prepa?
rations, and may well feel proud of
their effort. The hail was beautifully
decorated with Hags of all nations. At
tbo head of the hall iu a bower of
palms wero seated Borjea' orohestra,
whiob, during tbo eveuing, discoursed
Mr. Johu B. Lougbran was toast
niBnter. Tbo supper was an elegant
a?'air, gotteu up umier tho direction of
tbe Committee of Arrangements, com?
posed of the following geutleuieu:
committee of auk a no um knts,
John B Longhran, chairman; Jas W
Lour, secretary and treasurer; M J
Kyau, J E Burke, It P Bawler, Tbos
Fitzgibbon, T Hickoy. 0 Hoppe), F
W McCouit, b C I'hillips, W l* Mur?
phy, Jos Beilly, M J Murphy, .1 C
CnshiD. T Beilly, TIiob Mnrry. .1 A
Baecher, J P Kevill, .1 W McCurrick,
O B Oliver. \V J Butt, J U Douovuu
and John F Lawler.
"The Day Wo Celebrate"?
What n union of beurls is the lore Of a
Wha. ra.-r* of men III her name unite!
Fyr lo\e ot OM Eriu aud lovo ol esc-li ',ther
Tl e bonrua of tbe Ua I are tall to-uieht.
From the piuej ot the ; ole to tb-.< palms of
The- ilrillk; the de.ir laud wo have prayed
for ;.a.t love.I.
Responded to by M. Ulonuau.
The cran.i rdd Commonwealth?
Tlio .Moitor of .-tatet- ami Bute turn.
Responded to by Hon. D. Tuoker
May she be ever equally distinguished
by her love of liberty aud true pa?
Responded to by R. Devereux
" " '-The United States"?
May every succeeding year find her
maintaining the principleu of the glori?
ous revolution, eujoymg their blessing
and transmitting them to future gen?
erations unimpaired and improved.
Responded to by lion, T. It. Bor?
"The City of Norfolk"?
The natural commercial metropolis
of tbo South, whose bright future is
already assured la a "Greater Nor?
Responded to Hon. Wm. Lamb.
"The Press"?The great bulwark of
our liberties, and may it over remain
Responded to by John Whitebead.
"The Irish American Citizen"?His
rast record of patriotism--in peace as
well as iu war is a sufiicieut guarantee
of his future love and devotion to hie
Responded to by James W. Long,
"The Beech nod Bar"?May the
sword of justice be always swayed by
the hand of mercer.
Responded to by Hon. Thomas II.
VJ bo Ladies."?
O woman' whose form ?n 1 whose soul
Are the ?pell nn 1 tue d?iit oi euob path
wc pnieu .
Whether kunned in tht tropi -s or chilled at
tbe i oies.
If woman be iU; il ere is b*ppiue?s too,
"Responded to by J. C. Carroll.
This celebration eclipsed all previous
efforts of tho Catholic societies of Nor?
folk. Tbe orations have never beeu
more carefully prepared aud more
1 charmingly delivered. There was a
spirit uud dash iu the declamation
which produced unbounded enthusiasm
and elioited round alter round of ap?
Tbe assembly was agreeably sur?
prised when Toast Master Loiigbran
introduced, immediately after Mr.
Doyle bad delivered his polished
speech on "Ireland," Kev. Dr. Croue,
of Now York, oue of tbe truest frieuds
of the cause of home rule.
Dr. Croue speke for half an hour
words of buruiug eloquence, und when
he took his seat bis hearers fairly
sprang to their feet under tbe excite
ttisnt of tbe moment,
Copt. James W. McCarriok came to
the centre of tbe hall aud offered a
toast to tho healtu of the eloquent Irish
Many prominont gentlemen pressed
forward to shake Dr. Crone's hand.
Ho said that it was tbe tirst time he
bad ever appeared before a Virginia
audience and he was accorded a real
old Virginia welcome.
It was a night for good speaking
and the celebration did uot close until
alter :'. o'olook, when all went to their
borne with more love for a people
who have been battling fur self gov?
ernment for more than 70;) years.
As stated by Dr. Crone last night,
the Irish have been overcome but
sever conquered, aud tbe struggle will
continue as long us tbe brave aud
chivalrous people are deoied thoso
rights which should be justly accorded
Saiaisi.?Tbo nianagoraont of tlin
Academy of Music takes pleasure iu
stating tUnt tbo advauce salo of seats
for tliq Salviut engagement to morrow
night is suob that it is evident that
Norfolk is able to hold its owu as a
generous patron of the drama. Mr.
Salv in is a prououncoil favorite with
our theatre-goers, as has beeu shown
by tho big audieuces which attcuded
his former visits.
The play to be presented here by
Mr. Salvini for tho lirst time u "The
Student of Salamanca." Tho prices
lor this engagement are arranged as
follows: First lloor, SI and SI.?l);
balcony, ?Oo. and 31; gallery. 25c,
TuK Makink Ha no.?Tue United
States Marino Hand is now making a
teur of the South, aud will opiuur at
tho Academy of Music on uext Monday,
the 25tb, for two performances, mati?
nee ami evening. This fatuous band
ot the Capital City, uuder tho leader
ship of Signer F'auciulli, is composed
of littv skilled artists. Thu baud is
accompanied by soloists of recognized
ability, and are iu thorough keeping
with the standard of the bund. They
include Miss Carrie Rouio.pritna donna;
Mr. Lonis Uebocko, tromboue; Mr.
Frank Thompson, cornet, oud Mr.
Henry dagor, flute soloist.
The salo of seatB will commenco next
Thursday. Prieos, 'J?o., 50o., 7?o. und
Great Interest is Manifested in Reli?
Tbe Sunday school prayer meeting
was held at Oranhy Street Methodist
Church Sutiduy moruiug and twenty
young people mauifested an in tor ml in
tho subject of religion. At 8:30 o'c 00k
a largely attended meeting for men Wits
held aud at night there wn.< u largu
congregation aud many peuitouts anil
several professions. The meeting last
night was of deep interest; largo con?
Four services wore held at tho First
llaptist Cuuroh Sunday, Dr. \V. E.
Hatcher, father of tbe pastor of the
church, preaching with power. Thirty
two persons went forwnrd uud naked j
tho prayers of tho ehurati. Another 1
big meeting was held last night.
Many persons failed to tiud scats at
tho Freemason Street Baptist Church
Suuday night. Hov. Dr. Brougbtou,
of Uoanoke, preached with groat effect.
Thirty persons confessed n ohange of
heart. '1 hero wero tour services held
during the day. A big meeting last
uighl aud iuteusu interest shown.
KuM'all'a I'olut Democrats.
A meeting of tho Sewell's Point
Democratic Clnb was held at the school
house No. ?(, Sewell's 1'oint, Mouduy
uight, March 18th, 1895. The meeting
was called to order at 7:80 aud elected
H. L. Beloiu, ])reaident; U. M, Swauu,
Jr., vicd-president; J, Howard Swauu,
secretary; Goo. H. Hrauible, sergeaut
111 arms. The roll was open for uew
members and some thirty placed their
names ou tho rolls. Tho meeting pro?
ceeded under the new organization,
ulthough luterrupted by Bome'*uproad"
parties who were uoted dowu. Speech?
es were maibi by Mr. Belvm, Mr. I'oolo
aud Mr. Merrill. Mr. C. M. Swaun,
Jr? proposed that this meeting endorse
Mr. Cole us Common wealth's Attorney,
which was carried uunuimoiisly. Meet?
ing adjouruud to meet to-uight.
Ilr. XI llllia' l.oeiure.
Tho Rev. Noah Hunt Sclienk, rector
of St. Aim's Fpiscopal Church, iirook)
lyn. N. Y., iu speaking of Dr. A. A.
Willita, who will deliver bis lecture,
"Sunshine," nt the Norfolk^'. M, C. A.
this evening, charaoteri/.eu tbe gifted
lecturer us "a tuau of few inches, but
every iueli a man."J
a be .11 on aril War
Conimeuds ttselt to tbe weil formed, to
do pleasantly aud rlleotually what was
formerly done in tbo crudest manner
and disagreeably as well. To cleanse
thu system and break up uoids, head?
aches and fevers without uupieasaut
after elVects, uao thu delightful Injuid
laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs.
The Daisy Holler Mills will shortly
offer a prize of u barrel ot their best
tluur.for a loat of best bread niudo from
their llotir. It
Messrs. Horace S. Peed and Jas.
M. .Ionian have formed a co partner,
ship under thu tirm name of P, M.
i'eod .V Sou, to conduct tho ship
chandlery aud ship supply busiuess,
at Water street aud Knauoke ave?
Uctobor 1st, 1894. se.l?,su, tu tf
C 001111;; III.
New, beautiful aud useful novelties
tor birthday aud other gifts. Dia?
monds am! watehes can be found iu
greater variety at Frank II. Gale's than
elsewhere. 152 Main street.
A severe rheumatic pain iu the left
shoulder had troubled Mr. J. ?J.
Loper. a well-known druggist of Des
Monies, Iowa, for over six months. At
times the pain was so severe that he
could not lift anything. With all he
could do he could not get rid of it
until he applied Chumherlaiu's I'aiu
Halm. "1 only made three applica?
tions of it," be says. "And have since
beeu free from all pain," He now
recommends it to persons similarly
afflicted. It is for sale by all drug?
l'ure fresh milk Do per glass at Mac's
Dairy Lunch Rooms, '.I'd Mam street,
26 (old) Market square and l'd? Mum
Nickel Lever Watch, 84. Repairing
a specialty. Brown k Wolf, jewelers,
successors to S. R. Smith, 11 Bank
Wo make a specialty of reiuountiDg
diamonds and due watch and jewelry
repairing, engraving, etc. Chronome?
ters rated. _Cbapman ic Jakemau.
[ Children Cry for
I COURTS OF JUSTICE.
Important Decision in Court of Law
VELLINES CANNOT RECOVER.
Jud^e Marlin Holds That He Cant Sue
the City for Salary Due Him. Busi?
ness of tho Polico and Corpo?
ration Courts. Many Mat?
ters of General Interest.
Justice Burroughs disposed of the
following oases yesterday:
Frances Newsom, colored, betting
the to house No. 30 Bottiuiore street,
etc; lined 312.25.
John Dnrris. colored, assaulting Wil?
liam Pitt; hued $4.75,
II. Chapman, white, stealing an um?
brella from J. T, Blick; coutiuued to
J. H. ljBtigley, colored, stealing S10
worth of meat from W. S. .Murdon's
store ou Church street; sent ou.
Lizzie < ley ton, colored, ussaulting
Georgia Elliott; fined $4,75.
Six nogroes, gumoliug Sunday in
reur of diaries Lnndy'.s barber shop,
ou Church street, continued until to?
Mayor Fettit has boon summonod to
appear uoforu Jiistico Grogory to-day
on behalf of the city iu thu suit of thu
Atlantic City exigency policemen, who
have brougnt action to recover salary
allegod to be due them.
Iu tho Corporation Court A, J. Don
by, Jr., qualified as administrator of
tbe estuto of Win. Deuby, vice A. J.
W. U. Gordon, colored, was tried ou
the cbargo ol stealing a lot o! goods
from IS. A. Jobunou's furniture house.
It resulted in a hung jury und the jury
Some time ago n colored woman
mimed Cornelia Johnson was arrebtod
on the charge of beutiug a little mu?
latto boy in a frightful manner with a
cowhide. She was tried yesterday und
lined Uued 85 aud costs (about 825)
with the agreement that she would pay
SlUtl toward thu support of the boy.
COORT OF 1.AVV AND rilAXCKIIY.
lu the Court of Law nud Chancery
yesterday A. J. Deuby. Jr., qualified
us administrator of the estate of A. J,
Deuby; bond, 32,000; V. L. Deuby nud
George W. Deuby sureties.
Judge Martiu ha? referred to tho
Commissioners of his Court 1'.!?'. old
cases, to see if they cuuuut be die
missed from tho docket.
Judgo Mm tm rendered his opinion
iu the Velliuea case yesterday, holding
that Capt. Velliues could not
bring suit against the city to
recover $187 sulury alleged to -bo due
hi in, botween the timo he was removed
from tbe posit.on of Captain of Polioe
uud tho timo bis removal bucanio legal,
lie said in tbu Fuited States uu otlioe
is not held under u coutract und the
right to the salary rises from thu per
formauco of tho duties of tbo ollioe.
The Judge said if tbo plaintiff had been
duly diligent, if, upou removal by tbe
Board of I'olize Commissiouors, be had
instituted proper proceedings ut luw he
could, if improperly removed, have
beun immediately restored to otlico
without loss of bis salary. There is uo
appeal froin.iudgu Martin's decision,
EXCURblON FROM OHIO.
Ohio Farmers Visit Virginia in Charge
of Commissioner of Agriculture.
Tho Barm News.puhlished at Spring
Held, O,, given tbe information that an
excursion of farmers from Oiuo will bo
given to Norfolk ou April 7th next.
1 he excursion will leave Ohio ou Tiles
day, April lid, reaching Lyuchtinrg the
next day. Du Thursday a tour will be
made over the upper dames river couu
try iu churgu of Col, Thomas White
head, Commissioner of Agriculture.
Thursday night uud Friday will lie
speut iu Richmond, Suturduy at New?
port News aud the party will arrive in
Norfolk ou Sunday, April 7th, where
severed duys will bo spent in inspecting
the farm lands hereabouts. A large
nuuioer of fanners will couoposo the
party. They are visiting this scetiou
with n view of locating here.
I o tlx- I.iitln ?.
There are thousands of ladies
throughout the conutry whose systems
are poisoned, und wi ose blood is in
an impure condition from thu aiisorp
tiou of impure matter, due to men
struul irregularities, This class are
peculiarly benefited by ttie uoudeiful
tonic, aud blood cleansing properties of
i'rickly Ash, Boke Boot uud Potassium
(P. 1*. P, j. Buses nud bounding
Health tut.i> the place of the sickly
look, the lost color and the general
wreck of tho system by the use of
Prickly Ash, Poke Hoot ami Potassium,
as boats of females will testily, uud
mauy certificates are iu possession of
tlio company, which thev have prom
lsud uot to publish, and all prove P. P.
P, a blessing to womuukiud.
Visitors at tho Cotton Exchange yes?
terday: A A Thompson aud B L
Thompson, of Buleigh, N C; J L
Fouutain, ot Falkland, N C: L W
Washington, ot Pittshiirg, Pa: A 1)
M?rstadt, of New York city; Geo DL
LLgley, of Churlestown, W \'a.
At Auction 111-till,.
B, It. Morris, Manager, will sell at
bis iiuctiou-house at 10 o'clock this
murinug, a large line of furniture,
carpets, mg.?, etc.
Have yo.i ever not ee i ho?' yo r lystcm
neo.n-i to crave spi eial assiiiauce in tno
sprint;.- -lust tho Help requiie i it xiveu
by lioo i b Harsapardla,
If you feel weak
and all worn out take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Wi: t i ll F.K KKP?111'.
I'orccail lor Ta?dar<
VVaiuimston, 1). t'.Mar.li 19,1893.
PFur Virginia: I nir, lull etoild; and
Ibrcktouluy In ii"' evenlug; westerly
win.li, ibiflluK '?" aualbtaai, ?lightly
Kni North Car.? ina: Wanner: atlj
lair weather:northerly ?ladt; cloudy iu
tin- norlaweal poriiouK
MisiATi it: Aixavai ilia rises, C: 10; sou ?eis
6:1(1. High water. 3:4j and 4:40 a. ui. low water
10:60 and 11 63 a. in.
i.ot-nl illftfaoriilOSICKl Onln.
[ion 21 BOON ending 8 o'clock last mont.]
U. H. Defabtmek r ok Aobiccltcbs, i
Wk^tukm l! ihk ii?,
Local Onioe. l'odsou Da [ding,
NoaroiJt, Va., MaivU l?. 1S95, j
Maximum temperature. 55 i
.Minium ii leiuprratuic. . 33
Norm .11 mporaturo deducted trom 20'
years observation. 47
Departure from uoru ai.? :i
Accumulated departure for t lie moiitli plus 21
Accumulate I dapaiture siuco Jan. l ?312
Praeipitatiou. uiincboa. .0
lotnl precipitation .since 1st of Die
j. j. Grit. Observer.
LAST GRAND CARNIVAL
To be Given at the Skating Rink
Tbo last grand carnival of the son
sou will he given at the Skatiug Umk
Weduesday uight. It is a honetit for
Prof. Moouey, W. O'Neill and R.
Andorsou, attaches of tho Skatiug
Tho prograrumo will consist of ouo
mile race between lt. M. Anderson, ot
Norfolk, and Mr. Leonard, of Ports?
mouth; awkwurd race, quarter mile
dash, fancy skating by 1'rof. Moouey,
graceful skatiug coutesc for prize. The
tluor will be open to skaters at 'J o'clock
There will be dancing, lead by Prof.
UollezjB, at 10:BO. Music by the Naval
Post liaud. No improper characters
will be admitted. The best of order
has been enforced during the acasuu
and the management deserves credit
and Will have a full house to-night.
Five Negroes Capsized a Boat in
Saturday night while a party ot
negro men and women were crossing
Crump's mill pond, at Chuckatuck, Va.,
tho small boat iu which they wero
seated was oapsized ami all of the oc?
cupants wero drowned. They wero all
highly respected people. The unfor?
tunates wero Peroy Hrowu, John Good?
win, lietsey Carsou, Margaret Smith
aud daughter. Tho bodies bavo been
SIX HOUSES BURNED.
A Destructive Fire in the County Sun
Six two-story frame houses wero
burned Sunday night about Pi o'clock
nuar the Ocean View railroad track ou
tho corporation line. Fivo of the
houses belonged to tbo late Geo, W.
Hluek. They vero occupied by colored
people, who saved motit of their ull'ucts.
Tho l ire Department respuuded to the
call, but did nut got to the soeuo of tho
Orderet! oil I rlul.
Oaki.ano, Gau ?"About two years
ago I ordered irom J, It. Gates k t o.,
Sau Francisco, u bottle of Simmons
l.iver Regulator ou trial, and so satis?
factory lias beeu its use iu expelling
bile from tho system, and regulating
tho notion of the liver, that from an
order of ono at a time the order has
rissu to a dozen bottles at ouce,"?13.
DR. D. S. HARMON,
Consulting Optician and Master of
REFRENTES fbom homp.
On n a ot Tims. Hn.i , ^f. P.. 1
Oolusbobo, N. l ., April. 6, 1S93. f
To Whom il Mm/ Concern :
This is to certify that Dr. D, S. Har?
mon ban giveu geueral satisfaction in
the praotico of bis profession au op?
tician aud bus always conducted him?
self as u gentleman.
[Signed- Titos. Hill, M. D.
W. J. Jones, M. 1).
Wu. H. H. Conn. M, D.
J. T. Ml nil kB, M. D.
Geo. N. Kirov, M. D.
This is sworn to auti subscribed be?
fore mo this Pith day of April, IS J.I.
lt. W. ClIATON, jKEAh]
Office, li>ti Mum street, upstairs,
UcClearf A Mctilollaui i.ivo SilocB
Will sell Tuesday -00 bend horses.
It will lie to the interest of city people
to attend tuis sale, aa we have twenty
head of big heavy horses suitable to
trucks and heavy drafts. In fact, we
have them to suit everybody. Don't
forget our aecond gruud combiuatiou
saie of Kentucky horses March '2Ttb.
Send for catalogue. Twenty four
hourb' trial given on ail stock sold, 'it
Several cars en route; must bo sold;
also Borne on track here. 11. E. Owoue,
A now line coming iu every day,
book marks ami mauiuure pieces,
Chapman & Jnkemati.
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O. ncE or Tin: "1
XoRlot.L, AUEHARLa AMv A I UNTiC !
Ulli ii iah i OMI'ANV, i
NonroLX, Va., March Utk, 1895.
Tho annual meeting of tho stoek
hoi era ut th s < oinpuiv, tor the purpose
ot ?ii? ting a tionrd ot Directors an i tiio
tiauaactien of uuu other legitluiat uai
ne?. aa niiv oouie ho lore too meeting,
will beheld ou WEDNESDAY, A Hit lb 3d,
is 5, at 12 n .1 i k noon, at the o: o > of the
( ouipauv, in the citl Of Norfolk. \ *
i '<.;_;';! M< LuL'-iULIN,
I BUtla-lt-tu neoretary.
NEWSIEST WM NEWS.
The Best and Freshest of the Day's
Haps and Mishaps,
A REHEARSAL OF "PINAFORE,"
Donation to the Retreat. Warrant
Against McElveen Withdrawn. Bap*
tist Preachers' Conference.
Deed Recorded. Bishop
Fair weather to-day.
Mr. E. 13. Blamire is very muoh im?
Chief of Polico Robmau has gone to
Richmond on private business.
A A rehearsal for cast aud chorus of
"1'iuafore" will be had to-night at 8 p.
in. at Moutotiore Hall.
Rishop Raldolph preached at Grace
Episcopal Church, colored, this oily,
Sunday afteruun, and confirmed a class
Mr. W. M. Millar, who has been se?
riously ill for several mouths, is at
present iu an extremely unfavorable
lather McKeefry, assistant pastor of
St. Mary's Catholic Church, who has
been ill for a week at St, Vincent's
Hospital, is much improved.
A deed was recorded yesterday from
P. H. Savage to Frnuk Hitoh, for a lot
on the south side of York street, near
Rauh ; consideration, $11,150.
t apt. Kelly, of the schoouer Qeorgie
Li. Dickson, who was taken to St. Vin?
cent's Hospital upon the arrival of that
vessel, is roportod to bo improviug,
Mr. Slock, an employe of B, A.
Johusou, ou Church street, whose arm
whs badly injured iu Uli elevator at
the atoro Saturday ia getting along
Tbo conference of the Baptist
preachers yesterday was well attended.
The conference adopted resolutions of
sympathy with the family of the late
Dr. John a. Rroadus,
Deputy Cmied States Marshal
Creekmur returned from Baltiuioro
Sunday, wbero ho had beeu to carry
Jotlorson Mcars, who was arrested on
the Eastern Shore last week ou the
charge of ou assault committed on tho
Tho Lynchburg News soyB the war?
rant against Mr, J. R. McKlveen, or?
ganizer ol u camp of Woodmen of tho
World iu that city, bus boou with
drawn aud the action of tho party who
caused the arrest explained iu u curd
to the public.
Rev. Dr. Smart, of PittsGald, Mass.,
tilled the pulpit of Col toy Memorial
Church Snuday ami uttuude'd the meet?
ing of the l'resbytertau ministers yes
terduy; also Rev, ?). Kuisoy Smith, of
Mount Washington, Md., who tilled the
pulpit of the First Church.
Tho Toms Creek Coul Company,
through its ngout, Mr. F. M. Leu, has
very generously donated to the Retreat
for the Sick a carload of their Tom's
Creek coal. The resources of tbe lady
muuugers have been taxed to the ut?
most tins winter, and donations of this
character uru particularly appreciated
ut tbis time.
Attention is called to the advertise?
ment ot Mr. W. N, White iu the Forts
mouth column, in which he oilers a
lady's bloomer bicycle suit free of
charge with every "Wuvcrly Bell" bi?
cycle for ladios sold by him. The
\\ overly Bell is a high grade machino
und sells ut $70.
NOTTINGHAM?-At reshUma of his
brother iu.hw. ( iipt. A. lu.eh .'o?uson s
aviUUU. Iluu ? -vi 0 SuiiUu/ a li l.lh,
at 4 p. in . ?1LL..am I. NOTUNuliAM,
ii ail 55 j oar?.
Ills f Hie a w 11 taku place from tho First
Papti?t Ii reu. I Cumberland street) THIs
i iies.iay iH'KHN??.N a-.oVIo k. l-'ri nds
i n 1 acipisiiitaaci g respi < t ully iu\ ite t to at
THE K?HR MARBLE WORKS,
iu, 113 and 115 Bank St.,
Norfolk, - - ? Virginia,
Large Stock of Finished
MONUMENTS UND HFADSTOHES.
S^-lte^ily for IMMEDIATE M M V1 I:V
DRESS GOODS !
Dross tloo.ls. UO.v 10c, foruiorly 12(o.
Drsts flood-,, now 12}o, foruiorly 150,
Dresi ilooiU, now 15c, formerly 20c,
Dress tioodi, now '20e, forosrly H60.
All ihe Latest Shades.
All W.-.ol Serges. S5e a-.id COc, formerly
GOe ami 76c
Forty-eight pieces Dr-ss Duck iu Polka
1 i'l aud sn ipes at UC.
t'nhlu 1 ho 1 Cotton, tie a yard.
sh.r Iur Coiico, 3c a yard.
ApruU tiiugham, 'Sic a yard.
Dreis QiiifehAtus, 4c a yard.
Bargains In Corsets and Ladies'
_252 Church Street.
Special forJThis Week!
! One hundred of Misses'H. Walt shoos in
LacoauJ Congr.'M i*r co rincnl to
41.76j lull mi noy a ill youths xmituu aud
LiCt?, price tl U , r^ -uoed to 7.? at
M. .1 MAUDEN S,
8UC Church stroot, m arly opposite,
Gen. Catlin Praises Munyon for
His Great Work,
His Restoration to Health Due to the
Wonderful Little Sugar Pellets.
G?n. A. 15. t'atlin. formerly Deputy Sur?
veyor of tho port of New York, It a veteran
of tbo army anil u wall kuonu Jtepubhcaii
"1 have brou troni-to I with ca(a rh for
uiauy years,'' m 11 (ien. Oatlin. ??! uoctorod
tor l. a great deal, but did uot o >tain auy
m ternil relief, and t-.in winter my coUili
t on v.aa ternbls. I took cold easily, aud
iny noao became stoppe I up. 1 had tovere
paiu. acioia t ie Irotit ot ntj bend, ajy o ? ^
became wa.try. 1 a i oze I a great lr a . i n 1
uiv boues and 'muh ached 0OLt.uuali/.
When I got up iu the morning my throat
was Ll' ? I with u nasty s on . winch mopped
there d iriUR the u Kb.. I hat 10 hawtf a
great , a il, aud tli 8 Ol t " me ag and oltcu
vomit Ttiere ua- a n irlug or I uzzing
suuuu iu uiv oyr?. aud >uv breath was \ery
otfena vo. I lost my ap| o tile, rau down iu
Troi.ht. und bi.'amo depreaae i iu spirit .
??1 tried Ibor uglily Rome of tho best ] hy
?ioirtttS. ao-cai'mt. iu No v York, look pa out
uoal uuiN of 11. deacriptiona, but grew worio
all the ti.no.
'?J-'iually. 1 began lluuyon's Catarrh Itora
cdies. I thought it waa uo uso. and had Put
littli faith, bull Io>;hu to improve rl")it
away. & y di las ? rapidly yielded to tha
remod ?., and 1 underwent h change that was
wonderful. Within u ah< r; time I was cu
tiroly euro I. tbo la-t trie - cf tho hide >ua
disease had vanished, aud to day my friends
are iunr> cling at the change iu me. It is a
wouderful rehol to feol strong unit heallliy
a<ain.and it (;>V,'B IIIH pleasure to testify
lliat n y rostoiatio i to henlt j ih due to Muu
yon a (Jatarrn Iteuieily.'
Maiuyin a llomn oi a ))ie lteuiedy Com
pally, tf i liiln lelphiii, Pa., put up a i tire
lor i very diaease. No mutter what the dla
?u?", oi huw many doct >r* havo failed to
ci.rj you, aak your druggist for a 95*ceut
Vial of one ol Munyon a cures, and if you
ure uot Lei.or.tr l your money will bo re?
Thoae who arc iu dount as to the nature
of then diacn-es should address Prof. Mun?
yon, lfi.)5 Arch street. Philadelphia, giving
lull aym toui-o' theirdiseuac. Prof. Mun?
yon will carefully diagnoKO the ea^o and Rive
von tbo l.euolilof his advice absolutely froo
of alt charge. The It'unedies will I e seut to
any a ldrcss on receipt of retail price.
EVEUY MONDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHT.
Every afternoon. ?.UO to 6 pi m., excopt
Every morning. 10 a. m. to 1 p. m . ladies
only, l to 2: 0 p. ni., ladies aud gcu'lemen.
Special e.'ery Saturday for Cycl ng. 10 a. in.
to 1 p. in . lailitB only '2 to (i p. III., Luhes
aud :(.?:.? o in. n. No Skating Saturdays.
i and other celobratod
Walter J. Simmons & Co.>
D7 MAIN BTftEET.
6ELEBR1TEB NOT ONIY (OR IIS GRFAT MEDICAL
PHOPfRIIfo. BUI FOR ITS PURITY.
A Delicious "Ti?i fc> I? Water.
Reciiifi? ond (Mered by leodino Pnysk?
Parrels, 40gallons, ? ts cn
1 90 *? - ? ? - 6 00
5 gallons water, ? ? 1 Itt
1 (.'alloii water. ... . 40
Case'.'4 h df gallou bottle,) , natural I - 7 ?0
JOHN VERMILLION, Ag'tM
Granby Street, near Main Street,
The Virginian's Daily Hints
HOUSE KEEPERS !
TO - MORROW,
Wednesday, 2Uth of March.
Tin, igli precious aro treasures of silver aud gold,
Vri tl.ey never ran taketbe plaeo
Ol' kimlly Nords ami a loving smile
Ami a gvullc, smiling fan*.
BREAK RAST. Apples ami Datei. Corit
Mltsll and < ream, lirolltd 1'iiiuuu liaddie, FliJj
I'nmtoes, Chicago Hulls, Collet.
DirsJf^JEIR. Oyster New, Crackers; C'ueuia*
brr I'lcklc*, COM Hani, lirapc Jelly. Musbcd Pu?
lmo. Wblto nml ttrabum Uread, I'uramcl Cake.
SUPPER. FriedMusb and Maple Syrup*
Bread aud Butter, Dales, i'oeoa.
For tbe cake lake two e;?*?, one eup of sugar, one
balf cup of bolter, one-liali cup of milk, one-ball
teaapoonftil of soda, one leajpoouful of erean ui
tartar ami two euiwof Dour.
CARAMEL FOR CAKE.
Two cups of sugar, Iwo-tblrdspf a cup of mi is,
butler nearly as large as an egg Hoi! ten miuuitl
hi at till uluiost cold aud Savor wiiu vaullla. 'l'blsr
i is very Dice.
Are turned upon mf
Fanov Wholesale ou4
1 ? '. di
Grocery' Establishment ?
Simply bocause the
prices and qunlitv
meet the ideas or all
H. Clay Pickett,
No. 43 Market Place.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
r 110NE NO. 755,
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
Just op'Mit'ih the most e\ ;r,i~ito hue wo
ha\o shown this season in the \ery uewesl
weuvea in both black aud oolors.
Jets, Jets, Jets.
Look at out new lino of JETTIUMMINGS,
in ad thu latest style, for the S. runt.
CAPES, CAPES, CAPES,
We nrs showing abeant'fnl line of CAPES,
in thu v.ry latest cuts ut <ba season.
Our Motto-Low Prices.
Main Street, Un.lor Academy of Muaia.
SPECIAL FOR "THIS WEEK!
an- t K K u I rr.uuiry Hinter ut 2Sc j cr pound,
I iniee Kreau Itaunlr) llu tor, :u 20e \nt pound.
Four pound* I'rer.cli l'uinr?. Ibi !Uc,
i our ?? ut Sugar Corn for -'Ou
Two cans Aim leu .?f.>r -?v.
i woSutna -a ni 'ii I r 'iSo,
Early June Peas, lOepercan.
? aiialarg,' It* i I'onguea, Wo each,
Fancy .-will lit I llama, nl ICAjC per puuuj.
Sniitigfleld Uulua,a it. per pound.
Vvia.pltn.la Haul*, at lie per pound.
CH AS. A. MORRIS, cor. Church & Holt St.
SOLD FOR CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS!
We don't linvo to talk a "hiiiR" ont e\p uin tho nmr ts of our wheels. 'Jlioy ss'l
tbeimohcs. Von all kuoiv we null 78 per com. of all WlieolS aulil in tliiii section. W?y ': ( ?
Tbev luvro been witb vo 1 for yeiirn. Von know tliey uro all right. Join tba great
multitude, fail iu Hi o. Come togie us.
?7 MAIN ST
?^"Hie lmiiri of rnir Hiding Academy in another culumn. liart,'e;t in the country.
Coat you in.Illing to le.nn if you urc a purcbater.
The Most Reliable I
13(3 Cluirolt Street.
on Diamond!, Watches, Jewelry, Cioih nor an t Me*.
?y-iuv;nL,i Lunnni; i it . -?? o; every ilencriptioti a.I collateral n?
poai 01 with na uro kept In th'' liuest Kho ninl liurglar i ro?: . are*, which me uuder tue
pioteetiou of the ewater's Security Alliance. >ioo; l Ititas on sunn of sno and .vor.
Ali trim actiouu kept Strictly Confidential. JUoii couiuiuuicstiuu^ Mill recuna prompt