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OLD DOMINION COUNCIL,?.0. H.
Meetings at Central M. E. Cliurch.
Missionar/ Meeting. Hotel at
Port Norfolk. Lecture on
Physiology. Enlarging the
Unseboll this aftoruoon.
I\lr. Charles Ow.ous is critically ill at
Iiis home iu Park View.
Itev. A. S, Lloyd will pronoh tit St.
John's Church to night nt S o'clock.
Mr. Win. 1'. Sturtevuut, Sr., ih quite
tick at his homo iu South Portsmouth.
Lieut. E. W. Oweus is still couliucd
t<> his home frotn mi attack of the
Sixteen persons connected themselves
*vith Central M. E, Church Sunday
In our Sunday's issuo it road Oeenu
Council li, A. would meet. Thin was
A penes of tueetiugs will bo coin
rnonced nt Mouiimoutul M. F. Church
Ernost Page, eon of L. 0. W. Pago,
litirt his hand badly while playing
Crimes' llattery hud a meeting lust
night to col!ect tickets, etc., from the
P.emotnbor tbu lecture of Dr. Carter
to night nt Mouuniuuttil M, E. Church
tin "The Spirit of the 'L'imes."
A small whito boy wan lined SI yes?
terday, for throwing eggs at a man iu
v. wagon, in South Portsmouth on
Prof. Willis delivered a loot tiro yes
Icrday afternoon on "Physiology" to
tbo children of the Second Dislriot
Couaoilmau dosoph ('. Evorelt who
lias beeti eou?ued to bis home for
loverul weeks with pneumonia, is im
Tbe working of enlarging ibo county
fail was comnieucod yesterday, It wil
make considerable more room when
Mr. 11. P. Putt roturued yesterday
from Chicago, where he hud liecu nt
feuding u meeting of the P. P. O.
J-.lks of t he world.
Mr. Oallaban, of 111o Portsmouth
tpuiu, will net as umpire to ilay ut tbo
puuiu hotween the Portsmouth team
?nid IbeToxue boyF.
Mr. M. I. Mnlvoy will on Monday
lake charge of the hotel nt Port Nor?
folk, lie will also run the present
botol until May 1st.
The Cheerful Helpers of Fourth
(Street Baptist Cburcti are preparing
for a musical and litorary entertainment
lo be given Friday evening, April 5tb.
1 ho meeting nt the Smith Street
IJaptiat Church will continue ull this
week, 't here wo- one conversion Sun
day night aud much interest was maui
l'r. .lames Jarvis accidentally scald?
ed himself in tho lelt arm Suuday
while passing a stovo in the kitchen ut
iionio. Yesterday he was Milloring con?
Old Dominion Councill I. U. H.
bold a nieetiug lost night to decide
whether their by laws should be
< hnngcd or not, so as to ullow Sil u
veek >trk benefits.
Mr. W. .1. Davis had his baiul-otuu
riew top wagon out yesterday carrying
purlies to the Democratic meetiog nt
ulebe scboolbouse. It will curry twon
ly-fivo very comfortably.
The tuiesiciniiry meeting at Wright
iWonioriul Church Sunday nfleruoon
vas largely attended, The address by
Jtev. Mr. Mitchell, pastor of tlio South
Street Puptist Church, was very inter
Tbo Atlantic and Danville railroad
filed a lull of exceptions yesterday
the Hustings Court to tbo ruling of
the court in thu case of Itieger et al.
es. Atlantic nud Danville railroad.
'JL'ho case will now come upon its
Misses Katie and Maty O'Connor,
Miss Kosh (irutit and Messrs. Ted
Kiley and Dun Kiley, members of St.
Paul's Church choir, accompanied by
Mr. M. Irwin, with Mi*s Sissie Law
less as organist, left Saturday for
(Southern Pines, N. C, to assist at the
are nearer the back than
the chest. In case of Sud?
eten congestion, put an
high np between*the shoul?
der blades. It will give re?
lief, and ward (iff worse
results. It cures rheuma?
tism, sprains, lame back,
and all similar troubles.
None are equal to Hie genuine
oatjr ask for, but sts I bat y. i get "Aiteocic'i "
Allc<ick"s Corn Shields.
Allcock's Bunion Shields,
II jvc liu e.p?>l .. .i rrli-l jnj cute K
free the system from injurious seero
tton:. Tbero is no remedy like them.
dedication of a now Catholic Church
at tliut place.
Work wilt ho commenced to-day lay?
ing pipes in Oak Orovo Oemetory.
Possum Krown and (leorge Hurroll
will bo tried to-day for robbing Codd's
At tho convention yostorday one
parly elected the chairman und tho
party the delegates.
Mr. G. M, Hughes, geuoral mauagor
of tho Atlantic and Danville railroad,
has resigned his position, the same to
tnko etlect March 20tb, Mr. Oharles
O. Huiuoa, superintendent, will act as
general manager until Mr, Hughes'
successor is appointed.
Kuptist mim<1 Ay itcltaol Aasoclntiou.
Tho regular monthly mcetiug of thin
body was held in tho Scottavillo Church
Sunday at :$:H0 p. ui, In tho ubsouco
of tho president, Mr. Hoekfellow. viao
president, presided, with Mr. Arthur
The exorcises wore openod by sing?
ing "Joyful Helle Are Kiugiug," after
which the president read tho Fourth
Psalm, and the Association was led in
prayer by Dev. Dr. Owen,
i The iniuute9 of the provious meeting
wore read und upprovod,
The reports of tho various schools
wero received uud read.
Singiug by choir, "Holl ou Dark
Rev. Mr. Watson, of Spurguon
Memorinl Church, made a 6tirriug ad
drees. He was followed by Itev. Mr.
Mose?, of Richmond College, Mov. Dr.
Owou and Itov. Mr, Kounard, who
made ndmtrablo remarks.
I ltev. Mr. Kounard was requested to
address the Associatiou at its next
After singing, tho Assoziation ad?
journed to meet on the fourth Suuday
in April, with tho Frooaiuson Street
I Douuediction by Rev. Mr. Wutsou.
A Hetsorxtl t'reo t'lKbl.
Suuday morning a general free Gght
occurred on Chestnut streut between a
lot of the frequenters of Sweet Canaan,
.loo Willis cut Neu! Pegrani u long gusu
ou tho face, extcuding from his eye
down to Iii? mouth, with a knife. Fog
ruin was arrested by Constable Ander?
son aud was curried before .lustieo Kut?
ter, who fined him $ti aud costs. He
showed that Willis hud a pistol aud
drew it on him and that he cut him in
self defence. Aubie Petree cut Mng
White with n kn fe, Willie Tetree and
Long John were badly lined up.
Lillie tiatthng und Henrietta (jury
Were both knocked to pieces. All of the
parties wero lined, tsomo paid, while
others wore committed to jail. Con
-table Audcrsou roped them all in,
'S'o-morroti Hatt-luiii name,
'1 ho Houston (Tex.> ball team will
arrive hero this morning und play tho
homo team at I o'clock in tho after
noon. Tho prico of admission will be
25 cents, with un additional 25 cunts
for the grand stand, and these pricos
will prevail through the season, except
when games are played with National
League chilis, when 0(1 cents will bo
obargod, with nothing extru for grand
stand. Ladies will be charged 2~> cents
admission to the regular game.-, this
admitting them to the gruud stand.
Colored people and boys 'J"> cents, on
the hloaobers. The Portsmouth uino
ore working hard to-duy to get tho
tield iu condition.
3 ? V urd Kotoa.
Assistant Paymaster Thomas S. Ju
vott reported for duty yesterday us
assistant to tho general storekeeper,
Tho Allianci sailed yesterday for
New York. She sainted tho Admiral's
ll-ig us shu pussed out.
Vosteidny about. 8:30 o'clook tho
staging gave away iu thu bending shed
in the yard, painfully injuring Messrs.
John Wilkins aud Daniel Shea, of this
city, Mr. Wilkins had hie leg lirokeu
and .Mr. Shea was badly cut ou tho
head aud hud his wrist lirokeu.
i xttifesuesil in Iba .Vlttvisr'a Uoitrt.
Yesterday morning there was a largo
crowd iu uttoudauce at the Mayor's
Court, During the trial of one of the
cases a lurgo liver-colored dog oamo iu
umi comineiieod mapping nt everything
and linnlly fell in u fit. Tho crowd
scampered iu every direction, thinking
that tho dog was mud. One man,
braver than the rest, grubbed the dog
mul threw him out the door. Officer
Tateiu then shot him three times bo
fore killing bun. Tho crown then be?
came paoified uud returued to tho
ItOW Over it lliirtr.
Sunday morning u wlnto man and a
negro hint a row over n horse. Tho
negro gave tho while inau somo lniper
ttuence, for whnh ho w.ts knocked
down and giveu u eevero chastisement.
Another negro man interfered und
pulled the wlnto man off. During t?is
time negro No. 1 caught two of tho
white mail's fingers in his mouth aud
bit them quite badly,
m in on to Cwnri.
Yoslcrduy morning .losoph A, H'
Qoodson was trieil in tho Mayor's
Court for stealing two coats trom Mr.
LMgar Nash. The ooata were ideutilled
bv Mr. Nash and Uoodsoo was fully
identified um the party who sold the
coats to Mr. Preston White. Alter
hearing all the testimony ho wits eont
on to tho Hustings Court for trial.
Poll lmo of new r(iring suitings just
recoivod. Look at our window display,
suits ujado to order, 812.50, SI I, $15,
$1(1, 81 's. ?20 and 322.50, M. Roseu
tiuiim. lbinud lbs High street, Poris
Lamps, silk shades, wire frames, doll
carriages, toilet sets, pictures, tallies,
rockers and everything else at Craw?
ford's Furniture and Carpet House.
Children Cry for
Mass-Meeting of Democrats of
FIVE HUNDRED WERE PRESENT
Meeting at Glebe's School house. W.
B. Carney Elected Chairman. Jno.
A. Codd for Supervisor. Dele?
gates to the County Con?
vention at Himtersviile.
The Domoeruts of Western Brauch,
to tho number of about MO, met yes?
terday afternoon at Glebe school houso
for tho purpose of nominating dele?
gates to tho county OOltvuutiou, u mem?
ber of the Hoard of Supervisors, two
Coustubles and Justices of tho peace.
The meeting was culled to order by
Mr. Thomas L'.Cooko, chairman of the
The tirst btibiness was tho eloction of
a chairman. Messrs.Wright It. Carney
and J, W. Bidgoud were plaood in
uomiuatiuu. A motion was tnado that
the voto be taken by ballot. It was
seconded nud carried.
The chair thcu appointed .1. W.
Colemeu and Ed war a Shea us tellers,
and Mr. 13. F. Adams aud it, 11. Joues
The vote then proceeded as rapidly
as possible with the following result,
Carney, 165; llidgood, 152.
Mr. Cooko uuuoiiuc.ed the vote. Mr.
Carney then came forward aud stated
thut tho tir.st business was the election
of a permanent secretary.
Mr. It. J. Dudd was placed in nomi
uiitioti and was declared elected.
A motion was thou mude thut the
vote bo tokou by ballot, which wus
seconded anil adopted.
Mr. Uolemau then submitted tho fol
lowing uumes us delegutes to the Con?
E W Owona and /ack Sbackelford,
Rail's Corner; Ueo W James, Bowers,
Hill; du nice A Gaskins and Edward
Elliott, (Hebe; C \V Colemun and
Spivey, Chnrchluud; Henrys Kortieel,
West Norfolk. All received 142 votes.
Mr. Thomas P. fJooke then placed
in uomination the following straight
J W Bidgood, D B Maokie, J J
Thompson, W It iloughtou. R M Mac
Can, Edward Overuiuu, .1 C V Cooke,
J T Stafford. Thoy received 101 votes
Messrs. John E. Peak and J, \V
Birlgoud wore elected Judges; 0. J
Duke. lt. Ii. Jones as clerks. Ballot
iug theu commenced. Puch persou'e
name was registered as they voted.
Tho meeting thcu decided to nomi?
nate candidates for Board of Super?
visors', Constables, etc., before pro?
ceeding to election.
For Supervisor -John A, Codd, 193;
R. T. Hosier, 1)9.
Constables?J. T. Anderson, 'JO; J,
Pixy Buybert, 13; John \V. Ishum, 21.
Magistrates?There being no oupo.si
tiou to Justices Griliiu uud liayues
they were elected by acclumation us
Magistrates from Globe and Church
land. \V. Id. Cutchiu uud George D.
Atuswortli wero placed in nomina?
tion trom Hall's Corner. The voting
wus quite spirited. When the vote was
annouucod Ouohin reeoiveu 71, Aius
worth, 52, CutchiQ was declared the
Mr. W. P. Pell was elected Overseer
of the Poor by occhiuiuliou.
The Convention waB the largest ever
assembled iu Western Brauch. Three
hundred uud twenty-fire voteB wiro
oast. It took from 5:30 to '.I p. ui. to
get through voting aud counting,
Thero uns fully 50? poopio ou tho
ground, and notwithstanding the crowd
there was no disturbance of any kind,
but considerable noise.
The dologutes elected are in favor of
a struightout ticket, und it is said thut
they aro favorable to Shea for ShcrilV.
Yfssfertlnv nan Another icn?y liny
U iih Ua?Crowds Attoiidud tliu
tXllbtr-r Mile Ol I mil Ion Iii? lo
Urea? liooda?Coiuo To-iluy
Before Cm- IlllOiCO llar
irnins ore (tone.
We have also placed on sale this week
one lot cheviots iu stripes uud checks
at'.*tc, wortbl 2lo a yard.
Ono lot zephyr cloths ; exquisite pat?
tern i nt Ojo, worth 12)0,
Ono lot tubio napkins at la cacb,
Ono lot bleached table damask at
18c, worth o.'ic it yard,
i)uc lot whtto counterpanes (Mar?
seilles pattern) ut 98u eaoh, worth
(rue lot chouillo covers at 83c each,
One lot children's all silk Windsor
tios at 19c, etch, worth 25c.
Sale begins Mouday morning, March
25th, ftl In o'clock, l'heso prices nro
fur cash. Uammill's, 320 Righ atroot.
\% c Ar.- Ilallll U lint'
Closing out 200 pair pants at 32.10.
worth from $3.60 to SP50 per pair.
Those prices will hold good only for
ten days, Broilatier & Anthony, 111
Wait for Hof htdnicr's brituoh store,
220 High street. Famous' old atuud.
We must have room. Throe thoiifiand
yards beautiful spring giugliuuis, re?
duced from 12c to tic per vurd; 3,000
yards Turkey red table damask, re?
duced iroui 25o to I?C per yard; 3,000
yards extra tine all linen crash, reduced
from 10c to Go per yard, A. J. Phil?
ips, under Oxford Hall.
For ?.oiiiii.ii Hoch Alum Main
for plastering or whitewashing call at
O. L. Williame', cornor South aud
"I AM A WOMAN
IIow oftoo tbis oxpressiou is beard
aud how much ofteuor is it felt. Alas!
women do suffer. Why, we often can?
not tell, but wo know there is ouo
great cause, und that is weaUues-?. Tho
headaches, the depressed feelings, tiio
pnius, tho disoouragemonts, iudeod, al?
most nil tho ruisory has n common
causo ? Weakness. At such times u
woman always uccds a friend that cau
bo robed upon, aud such u friend, for
more than twenty years, hos been that
greatest of all remedies, Warner's Sifo
Cure. Lty its purity and its power it
furnishes a prompt roliof for women in
tbeir hours of need, and if tho grato
ful expressions whioh com1 up from
the homes of tho laud about what Safe
(..'tiro has doue wero printed, they
would fill volumoc. It you, roador,
are a sutler or cau you not tube hope
from this suggestion?
Ilvlsl l (? bv '? wti u. u.
Sunday morning! about 2 o'clock
TIlOS. Colding, tho High Htruot burlier,
was returning to his homo in Lincoln
villo from hie work. When near his
humo ho saw two meu approaching
with their huts pulled down und ooliurs
turned up. Tho men advanood toward
him aud ordorcd him to stop. Ilu told
them unless they moved ono Ride he I
would shoot thorn. Ono of the moti
said: "Excuse us, you arc the wrong
man, but we have a pistol, loo," They
moved off very quietly without tiny
Joseph Hobiniou, colored, drunken
Air. Linnohan, colored, drunken?
Francis Hodges, drunk and disor
derly; 85, two days iu default.
l'uulino Fuller, assault and battery;
Joseph A. I!. Cordon, felony; sent
ou to the May term of tho Hunting's
THE OLD NORTH STATE.
Small Items of a Newsy and Personal
Bpeoial Dispatch to Tho Virginian.
Rale tau, N. C, March 25.?The V.
M. O. A. Convention proved a great
success. Thoru was a very largo at
tendance, and tho wide scope over
which this asaooiution reaches with its
good results was shown. At the night
session Saturday (ieuorul Secretary
Carruu, of Manchester, Va,, gave a
very interesting undress ou tho great
work the association is doing umoug
The different meetings of the asso?
ciation on Sunday wero well attended
uud seemed to be well enjoyed. At
8:15 a.m. there was u praise service
hold. There were meetings held at
Soldiorb' Home, Penitentiary, blind
Asylum, Methodist, baptist and Chris
tiuu Churches. After tho close ot the
services ut the diltereut churches ul
night the crowds poured into tho First
Baptist Church to hear the farewell
There has been a big find of gold
iu Stanley county at tho Ingram mine.
Thie mint.- is owned principally by
A largo four-story tobacco faclory
for Loa & T?te was began iu (ireous
Senator J. J. Long died at White
ville, Columbus county ItiBt week,
Tho Hoard of Managers of the Lind
toy Training School, nothing daunted
by the roltisal of the Legislature to
make OUO donation of $2,500 for the
school,have decided to open the school
iu April, und they appeal to the kind
hearted and generous people of the
Stuto to help them keep u open.
Tho case of tho Cape Fear and Vad
kln Valley railroad, was argued at Wil?
mington Saturday boforo Special
Master Hugeue S. Martin. Further
hearing was postpone.i until April lith.
Presideut IJ oilman is reported us
saying Hint there will bo no tnnru
chuuges in the officials of tho Seaboard
system; that tho present officers uf the
road givu entire satisfaction us to their
capability and interest in their work.
Tho North Carolina division of the
Truvoiora' Protective Association wus
organized at Winston by Mr. W. J.
Crump, of Richmond. Thirty-three
'names wero enrolled.
Chamberlain's C'eugh Remedy gives
the best satisfaction of any cough med?
icine I haudle, and as a seller leuds uli
other preparations in this market. 1
recommend it because it is the best
medicine I ever handled for coughs,
colds and croups. A, W. BaiiDRIOok,
Millersville, HI. For sale by all drug?
gists. _ _____
Several cars eu route; must bo sold;
also some on track here, H, E. Owens,
_7? Water street.
To buy ono of our now Spring suits at
the low prices we usk. Oa/o in our
window and see the latest stvles. Levy
_ Jacobs, 200 High street.
Charles H. Sturtovnnt, funeral di?
rector and emhulcner, <IUM ihird street,
corner Harrison. mhlO-lm
i . C. I.on_ A <ioit*
219 High street, next to J. S, Craw?
ford's, are showing a splendid stock of
shoes. Call and see thorn.
ROSEN B?UM'S._|_ROSEN BAU BtTS?
EYES WILL BE THE FIRST
to see the largest exhibit of SPRING SO ITS that lias ever
been shown in any one window in the State.
TUESDAY MORNING WE SHOW OUR SPRING SUITS FOR 1895.
* Children's Suits, cut ob only wo
> cuu cut 'em; from 3 to 15 yearn,
' from $1.50 to ?S. An all wool
, garment is
*????< ???<?<>?<> o$$q>o**?> ?>??<??
Men's Suits, $3.50, $4.50, Sil, ;
$7.50. $8. W Hotter grades up 1
? Hoy's Suits, now Rhades, $3, t
J $4.50, $5.60. Our Leader, 30; *
> suit worth S10.
EVI- ROSEMBAUHfl,. 116 and 118 High St., Portsmouth.
po Kl 'union iii a Ii?' rug-ini: ?i t.x i s
A WELL ESTABLISHED PitOVlSION l.Udl
Uii ? "i the boat local!I a.hi tan ollv, com?
fortable (tore, roasonab'.o lorn, Rood trade,
iian i ai : well for iovoial year*. Satlafnotory
leHH.n aiveii lor (6111111.. A (Id real Hl'sf
NKss. Box 70, Tort'mouth. Vn. uiu. i-;it
Special For Monday.
Pino Laundry ?oap lo, or 7 l>..rn for 25c.
lour pound |.Hi'K i;o o Pairliaiik'd Hold
Dual an.I 11 ) OHO f.ur Soup lor V8
l ino Kvaporated Aiinlci 10c, or :i conn In
mi" I'oUiid of (ioo.l loa an I _ I'ouuda of
Sugar for .i.V.
Ol W. IIUD01N3 A CO..
80_ UrawtorTJ *tr.-ot.
Ml ih.Ran Karly Hone r.ir Mod, ami Unr?
bank'e for t-atiiiK. Will oulo.nl I llIN satur
dar . MOltNlNO. t i he s..l i olioap by
I 111: E. '' isitooi.s CO .
.Mai. ? 1 tli. ill! ami II? HikIi rtreot.
Rents oonccied -Monuiiy Returns Mode.
'I Ii.' old-et ucoui'V In the oitv. Wo h ive
fHty-Qvu tatiaflod landlord-, und oau wivo
) o i inouev,
JNO. I,. WATSON.
i'?.i liuiouth, Va,
While improvements uro going on
we i.lmll otter nil odd lota o( clnldron'e
I oil nop, Tarn O'Shnuter's und uups at
half price; nlso mou'a iinlanuilericd
hiiirla at :'.7 .c. ('. It. Wolton A Uo.,
and 33 I High street.
I"TEMPLE OF THE TIMES,"
I1Y IIEV. OEO. W UAftTER. D. D.,
Monnmoiital Churoli. TUESDAY r.VT.NIN
Maroli SiCtli, 1896, benefit ul Monumental
Uhurch IVrsoniico Boeioty mil I'ark VioW
i M. Ii, chinch. Auinisssoii, 2Sconti. iuh2t-'2t
We i!oniro to ? ?II tlto attoiltlou of mir
fr en<In und Hi" nubliu >;nin.>i ully t i our new
Im' of Silk and Wo I 8|iringDiera Hutting*,
at i ami in . out* per yard. These Fabrios
aro HI poi Reitt.loia iltaiiororbcforii off ered.
411 itioli horgea, in I Ia k ami colors, at Ml I
' cants nor mr<l. :'??> nu<l !IH inch Sorgas llrn
I riottua, storm Borges, otc, 30 mi I ;i a couih
ik r v? .1
a boant fill lino of tun y Wooste U, 80
;iic!ieH w <lo, in routs i ec yard.
i o111y Iit<li i s11i.for dresses ami ladies
w.i st. t) cool i i ar y ird.
a mil Ilm- ol It, I'rostley's Ulaok Dress
IIooiIk in plain anil llgurai, etc.
Another rill > of thotO 111: ? Marsolloi
Quilts, 91.1*2) iOntH eiohi uoith twice tbo
Wi' iivn tho c!i8.i|i si wall iiinile l.adiOJ
Slusliu Uuilortvear in tho nty.
A onls for nttttarwlck's I'uttorus
W. C. NASH.
!)iltl High streot:
Eighty-five commoiliotis mt.l well t'ur
nishetl Itooms, I'arlon, I'riruto l.utlioH' En
triun e an.I every oonvoniouco.
I lUciont oati rot iiuil chol roceutly on
^nRe i Table niiexcelled.
ItATEM?ill anil fH.M |ier day: ?30 and
Q|iwai la ]>m- month, Excellent hotel for
hi in flies
A BIG OFFER
From MAllOH 10 to AI'ML lit, I wul
ni\o froe of oharge ?Ith every
ONE LADIES' BLOOMER BICYCLE SOU I.
THE W.VVEM.Y UEhh
in (ho only High-Grade Ladles' Bicycle
that (teilt nl v< '~ t.n?rnuteed equal
tu any 910(1 >jT/> I *)9 Lli cycle made.
Other costume* UeshlPH the liloomor, can
be arranged for. Cull ami see samples of
wheel and costumes. Ail wheels sold oil
W_ IM. WHITE,
214 niGlI STREET, - l'Oi.TSMO.TH, YAi
? I ?irsi i i?i ItemciniM*.
thr.t impure unhealthy blood is present
in ull, anil Hid direct cuuho of mauy
diseases from which we Buffer, Borofula,
rheumatism end specific diseases which
have ravngod the curtii und poisoned
the blood of nati >uh (or generations,
uinl uro the evil puronts of iudescrih
ablo borrors are under absolute control
of 1'. P, P., the only iufullihlo blood
The P. P. P. Dlood ( uro hai posi
lively cured tiiimcrouu cases of scrofu?
la uud salt rheum in a (short time,
where all other hlood purifiers huvo
Pleasant to take, applicable to dis
eases in lufnuoy or old age.
if rovn pack Acnns,
Or yon aro all worn out, really good tor not_.
iuir. li |sgeneral debility. Try
KROtrirs nto.v ttimtRS.
It will cure you, cleanse ynur liver, und _ivi
a gouti upiictiio.
Sluniiior llnlfii.i A?lior<->
By Southern Associate! Press.
GltEENo^R, Mas<., March 23.?Til0
british steamer Durham City, ('apt.
Thompson, of Newport Nows, March
Mb, for Glasgow, arrived born to day
with four of the crow of tho British
steamer Belfast, from Darion, March
2d, for Bolfast, which is ashore on Jona
Island aud will probably become a total
wreck, l?ighteen other members of
the bolfast crew are missing.
Bringe comfort mid improvement and
t< mis to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. Tin- many, who live bel?
li ? than others and enjoy lib- more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
tin- needs of physical btiiijj, will attest
the value tu health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in tho
remedy, Syrup of Pigs.
Ii- excellence is duo to its presenting
in the form most acceptable mid pleas?
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of n perfect Isix
ntive; i Bcctunlly cleansing the Bystem,
dispelling colds, headaches mid fevers
mul p< rmanently curing constipation.
!t lias given satisfaction to millions and
niel with the approval of tin- medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid?
neys, Liver mid Bowels without weak?
ening them mid it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of l-'i^s is Cor sale by all drug?
gists in 50c anu$l bottles, but Iiis man?
ufactured by the California Fii: Syrup
( \t. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not,
accept auy Bubstitute il offered.
ami Whiskey Haidt cured
:ii bonie ?lili.ni pjiu.
Booh o( particular* si-nt
r REE. b. M. WuuLLlilf,
M. 1). Ollice 101'i Whitehall St. Atlanta, <3a>
?' lie took lit; falber grossly,
Hunilot thus describes
liiuol) doath. Doubtl bs,
um o in tbono days, yoi
Hun. that bail tits King
run io f.i 01 r nour, tins
Uoliauon" might nol liBvu
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I'llOll". No, 227.
V7e mil a .only ottor a
flour for ilia boat luitf of
1 nii-v pateut.
hin father a un
good bread win
we can n.it but
lined upon bread
"juice of i ursed
been so e-io live.
9, Water stioet.
prise "f our heat
i re., i from uur
The Hour is sohl by W n Twlford, Wra
Hurt. I' I itt Ik Uro. it 1) .t J W blick, Hill
ltros. W.,o I. Beckham & Oo, .1 B Baxter, J W
(?iirilner, ii Prieaman, M A Thornton. WB
llndolpb, (J I? Wiaiuhuret A Uro, ? J White
burst, Jaa V.. Petreo, It .1 Mnlbon, Wood?
le.uH. ,v Kellnm, a A Stewart. O. II. White
hurst, ? .1 Jones. W J White & Son. 110
White, 'oliu Htroml. B P (iooasou, T A
Twit v, P (.uilliu, Alex lteod. J H Bykos,
Taylor liros II H Crocket. L B Aoreo. Ar?
lington & Co. \VT Woudlioute. L A White,
i: Hari. S:hlofs Bros. 08 W'liitehurat, C J
Junes. Sco I.uuduiurk for others.
B?CHR?CH & BRO.,
OLD GOLD REFINERS AND ASSAYERS !
WE PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR OLD GOLD.
Do not Bacrifl.ce any old go d that yon may have, but write us to ra'1 on you and gift)
you our urictl v.u io ?? ivo m I g-dd from any pur of ilie Uuuo I States, and if amount
allows i is not satisfactory wo pay express charge* both ways und return package In aamg
condition as roooit cd.
S. Bachracti & Bro.,
136 Otiui?oh Street.
A VALUABLE ADDITION TO THE PARLOR I
A FEW ^Ha"d,S/?!lle A FEW
SIGHTS AND SCENES OF THE WORLD!