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THURSDAY.MARCH >, 1885.
Ibo In.ta~aral Address.
Mr. Clkvbi.anh'h inaugural address
mast lie condeninetl by his t rities. if it
is condemned at all. for what he omits
to say therein rather than for what he
dee* say. Hi* proverb-like utterances
read as if they might Ix- modelled after
MMiie of thone of the fathers ol thc re?
public : whilst his pledges as to what
he intend* to do are above criticism.
The President la-giiis xi-ry happily.
His advice to the Republicans is ext cl?
ient, ss i.* ill thst he says a*, to the
duties nf all citizens.
A good omen is his recognition of the
diftinction Wt ween the powers *? grant?
ed" to Hie Federal Government and
those "resetted" to the States, as is
also Ins promise to lu- guided by the
Constitution.
W hat he says about limiting public
cx-Hii'iit'iti . unexceptionable. Also
what he says about economy and sim?
plicity.
The Congo conferm s received cold
comfort at the bends of the new Presi?
dent. He is Bot going to embroil this
country in Kuropean complications. He
stands for Hie policy of non-inlerfercncc,
which lie says is the policy of inde?
pendence snd of neutrality. He will
Bend nobody (o tske part ul Kuropean
conferences, whether called to apportion
out Africa or for any other purpose.
We endorse what the President says
upon the subject of thc finances, and
Hunk him for not saying anything
more on the silver question. We do
most thoroughly believe in ?? hating a
due regard to the interests of capital
invested, and workmen employed, in
American ituhistries." Also, in pro?
tecting the public lands from purloin?
ing schemes aud unlawful o< t upslion.
Mr. C-RVRLAKI* seems lo hold thc
righi theory a* to the proper status of
the Indian. He gives the Mormons a
-?whack," and lets John Chinaman
know that hi* "servile class" will not
lie allowed lo compete with -? American
laliur." Good.
We do not care to comment upon thc
President's civil-service-rcforiu utter?
ances. We are opposed to a pensioned
Has* ; and we fear that the adoption of
the Kuglish system partially would re?
knit in it* adoption wholly. Thc scram?
ble for office is great now. It ought to
bl greater when office-holders are given
s life-tenure. There is nu sense in
the clsim of a man for a pen?
sion on account of s long tenn
nf office-holding. Such s claim is au
insult to men who have never held of?
fice. For a mau to beg foi, pray for.
IStiy, almost steal ofh'cc. and keep out
better men than himself, and then ask
those tK-tter men to pension him be?
ena?B he got the office and they didn't,
and because he held olhce twenty, thir?
ty, or forty years, and they didn't, is
" cool," to say the leas) ,.f it. We
suspect thst Mr. ClaRVRLARD tho?
roughly sympathise* in thc view which
we have thus hastily presented of this
matter.
Tbe colored people have no right to
complain of what Mr. fi.r'.v klan.) says
vf them, which is, in substance, that
they are no better than white folks, and
need and ought to have no coddling at
the bands of the (iovernment. They
ere full citizen* and full voters, aud
thal'* tbe end of it unless we can sug
gent nome way of improving them.
Legielative Fictions.
The term of the last House of Repre?
sentatives ind thc term of thc last
President of thc United States both ex?
pired at 12 o'clock ou the night of the
'td of March. With the 4th of March
began the term of the new President
and that of the new Congress.
We sat in the Senstc hall on the
night of the 3d of March. ISM. Then
it wa* not pretended that the
etfuriug Congress could sit longer
than until 12 o'clock of that night.
When 12 o'clock came, Cenersl Cass
refused to participate in thc further pro?
ceedings, on thc ground that the session
of Congress had expired by constitu?
tional limitation. ?* How do you know
lt ie li o'clock*" asked one of the
nenatora. "How do 1 know any
thing?'- responded the distinguished
Michigander.
* . Bat it has come to ??*-*. iu these 1st
I ter days that Cong-revs uses the Consti
" lotion as e plaything. It protracts a
legudatire dey begiumng on the 3d of
March into as late an hour of tlie 4th
Marah as it choose* to cut off from the
latter day and attach to the for mei day.
If ttBa caa he done oa the ltd and 4th of
March, lt can bc done on any other two
days of tbe session. Congress wis not
long ta drawing this logical fetter
and it has repeatedly acted
it. Whenever any bill under rou
ai-cratiou on one day would lose it*
right to precedence by a failure to act
Rpoo it that day. aud the House has
f-tted ta act upon it, tbe House of Rep
iree rcfunc* lo adjourn that day,
roaeivee to take a " recess " until
-Ptain boar the -ext day. That is,
with the consent of a ma?
gi tb* R?e-iber? pre,eui. The
nest day they meet and solemnly
proceed to dispose of the hill as if
tbe previous day waa still unspent
They thus make Tuesday a part of
Monday ; vVcdneaeay a part of Tues?
day ; Thursday a part of Wediieaday ;
and so on. They run directly in the
face of the fact*. They violate their
own rules whenever they do so; and
yesterday Congress set at naught the
Constitution of tbe I'nited States.
How milch further is this legislative
fiction to Im- stretched? It would seem
dear that if a legislative day can lie
protracted for twelve hours by the sim?
ple expedient of taking a recess instead
of adjourning, il might in thc same way
be protracted for twenty-four or forty
eight hourn. Why not?
Truth About the South
Mr. Amiihihm ToWMaW has finish?
ed his series of letters from the South
to thc Klmira Telegram. In a previous
notice of these letters we commended
their fairness and frankness, and called
attention to the evidence they afforded
that Mr. Tow-(Kit was a man af
keen observation. Ile has not hesitated
to praise our people where praise was
due. nor to criticise where criticism
was called for. Further, be has imi
confined himself to writing up
our cities snd to transmitting im?
pressions received from politicians and
other public men, but has gone into thu
byways and hedges and studied the
people. His farewell letter, which is in
the nature of a summary of his obser?
vations, is written trott Appomattox
Courthouse. Virginia, and affords a stri?
king commentary nj ion the matter that
is generally dished ap by-northern cor?
respondents in the South. Among
other things Mr. Townki: says i
'? I look bach uv ct my mure than
two months' .sojourn among thc people
of thc South, in their offices and stores
mid nt their firesides, and recall thc
feelings with which on a cold night in
Deeasaber I set oat aa wv journey, lt
ia said that a man can always find just
that which ha scckcth. I sought no?
thing upon which to frame or establish
a theory: 1 sought only (act ami truth.
I started out like one going to an un?
known land. I disbelieved in my heart
milch of what 1 had heard and read of
the southern people but I hardly
thought I should lind that which would
.stnngthcn and confirm my disbelief.
In fact. I confess I feared 1 should find
that which would upset my disbelief.
With shame and sorrow I confess it, too.
that I should have had such thoughts
nf my own countrymen, that entering,
an utter stranger, -onie of the little
lonesome towns in the far South, where
certain newspapers yet contend there
exist-- a sentiment that they call rebel?
lious, a hatred for the North and north?
ern people, I have done so with fear
mid trembling, hardly daring to write
upon thc dusty and blurred register thc
name of the town and State of which I
am proud to lu- a citizen, lest, after 1
had done so, some tall man, with a
slouch hat on. pantaloons in boots, and
pistol in po. beti would pick a ipiarrel
with mc."
Mr. Townkk then declares that ba
confesses with still greater shame and
sorrow that he believes that much such
notion ns he entertained exists all
through the North with regard to the
South, especially thc interior and thin?
ly-populated regions thcreol. and adds:
?? There never was such an out?
rageously untrue and slanderous notion
ever abroad concerning any race or na?
tion. I have been everywhere and all
over the South : among whites and
blacks, rich and poor, thc cultured and
the ignorant, thc refined and the de?
praved, con tautly asking qiicstion-^and
my tongue 'giving me away' as a
northern man thc moment it made a
movement, and never, by look. act.
word, or intimation?even by 80 much
ss a glance -was it manifest that I was
not as ? welcome as the Howers in May."
or as I would have been among friends
in Otauge county or lluffalo."
And again : After stating that he has
been where politicians don't care to go.
and where prejudiced people will not
go, and found everywhere those whose
friendship it bj RI honor to have, and
w hose -? characters are the peers of
any with us," bc continues as follows :
" lt is a glorii-Ur, people down there.
Wc have reason to thank (iod again and
again that the event took place in this
room as it did, and that this people were
torccd to bc and remnin our fellow
citizens and brothers, rather than bo
come the citizens of a rival and so hos?
tile nation. We want them all with
us, not against us. And now.- having
compelled them to stay with ns. it is
our duty* to make them love Bl as well.
And first, we should most thoroughly
understand them. They are brave, chiv?
alrous, hospitable,generous,quick tore
sent an affront, hut quicker to respond
to an appeal to their feelings and sym?
pathies. They will struggle along by
themselves, if wc let them. Buffeting
"without a murmur and never tliiiikinp
of calling for help even in their direst
extremity. They are af that stutl'that
will eventually work out their own
greatness, prosperity, and perpetuation.
There will conic quicker, aided by thc
force, activity, ami enterprise nf north?
ern people, hut im more certainly and
abundantly than they will and must
come eventually by the efforts af these
people themselves."
The experience of Mr. Townkk did
not vary from the experience of most of
the northern correspondents who have
made a southern tour : but there is a
very important difference between thc
letters of Mr. Townkk and their letters.
That difference can be expressed in a
few words. Mr. Townkk has. bj inti?
mated above, had the manliness to tell
the truth, not caring who might he hurt
thereby.
Unjust Taxes.
Sixty millions of dollars appropriated
te pension* ! What does that mean f
It means a constant stream of money
flowing out of the South into the North.
It means that the South is an Ireland
so far as what we may call " ahsc-itee
ism " ia coucerned. In thc case of Ire?
land, the money derived from thc rent
of lands is sent out of the country to
be expended elsewhere by the rich own?
ers ; and thus the Emerald Isle is kept
poor. Ia the case of the southern
I'nited States the money is derived
from tates niAtead of reata, but to be
expended it is sent out of the sec?
tion where the taxes are collected. For?
tunately the southern States arc so rich
in natural advantages that it would be
next to impossible to make an Ireland
ot them. Theynroduce se much of
cotton and toba.cB.-tnd other exportable
articles, aud draB so many hundreds
of millions of doHs into their section
from abroad, that Wen aa uureluruing
THIS JLiiV/.c
outflow of sixty millions of dollars a
year cannot impoverish them, lt is to
Wimped thst the annaal outlay for
pensions will be. ss the pa**sge of time
rennin's tt shotill Ik. s consiently
diminishir-g total.
Miaeissippl vn. Minni.*..
Tlie vacancy in tin- I'nit'-d State
Senate caused by the resignation of Mr.
Lam tr, the Governor of Mi-sissippi
will of course have thc righi t" till, that
vacancy l-cing one that could not lie
foreseen nor foreknown, since it was
not csuse.1 hy the operation of a con?
stitutional limitation. In a word, it is
a vacancy that has ?' happened." and
as it happened during a recess of the
Legislature of Mississippi, no ipicstion
will be raised ss to the right of the
(?overnor to till it.
To-fliy there is also ? vacancy in the
I nited State- Senate caused by the ex?
piration of thc term of Mr. Loo.w, af
Illinois. But this vacancy did not
??happen" st all. lt was known six
years ago that his term would expire
yesterday. Will Tot Nation please
make a note of the difference between
the two cases:- Or will it..like the
lstc Senator Hi i.l., of Georgia, argue
thst any vacancy "happens" that
?? happens ta exist " :?
One hundred thousand dollars sppro
punled by Congress to the BARTHOLDI
Statins! The pauper city of New Vork.
with its (.on.ns ami V.\m>ki:i:m,i>
snd AbtoRR. ami Ka numerous million?
aires, had to appeal to Congress in or?
der to raise the paltry sum af one hun?
dred thousand dollars to place in posi?
tion a .statue given to that citj '. Every
New Vork paper will approve the ap
pn.piintioii. and everyone of them will
probably ni thc same IsSBI denounce
Ccngress foi appropriating one hundred
thousand dollars tor the improvement
Of some river in a southern State.
Oh, these provincial, pauperised -New
Vork papers.
The dynamitarda of AAgusta county
may than!, their stars that they arc in
Viijrinia and in that staid old county.
Ii they had committed Mich a crime in
the far West, or in the near Weat, or
in any <nill'State, or in West Vhginil
near the Kentucky line, or in BOUM
t ountics of Virginia, they would b?rc
had a abort shrift and a long rope.
Lynch law ia a terror to such evil-doers ;
and Lynch law will almost certainly ba
the law under whuh dynamitards in
this country will be put to BB igno?
minious death.
Our Staunton correspondent who
questioned ni recently on tbe subject
will lind that the Washington corre?
spondent of thc Dispatch explained in
our issue of yesterday why ?? Calamity "
Wit.i.Kit was so styled by his fellow*
members af the inst House af Repre?
sentatives.
General Gb \nt was yesterday placed
upon tbe retired list. Wc extend our
congratulations and our compliments
lo OW {."Od Democratic friend who said
toVis a week or two BRO in ft, jot ular
manner that we had not succeed".! in
get?eg Orari pensioned.
FlIX, LRS?our Kn/..?attracted all
eye- in Washington yesterday. Ami
we are proud of it. Vcsterday, for thc
lir.-t titue la twenty-four years could
the peopli?all the peoph?ling With
one voice :
A nicoi: of lake* ami I union of lands
A union ot -UatcMi.u.e iim> sever:
A salon ' t hearts am! ii union of liam's,
Ind tin* ttiis of tba Un ton awarer.'
Obituary notices in London n..w fre?
quently contain the statement that hy
the wish of thc deceased his relative!
will not weir mourning.?Stott.
It cannot be long before tbe wearing
of mourning will go out of fashion.
cleveland'-. ;-, probably the last Cab?
inet that will be fol Hied With but om
western representative.?Cim innot i
< 'arnot ertial-Gatttte.
[That's our guess.]
In an article in thc Popular Science
Monthly for March II. Prrcy Iminn.
P. K. Ca S., says that cancer is not
infectious, nor contagious, nor heritable.
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For sale by the publisher and also
hy booksellers.
BRIEF COMMENT.
A long farewell to the bloody .shirt.
The San's cat will probably admit
that Mr. Ci.kvki.ani> was elected.
Wonder if tba fWeane'i tall tower
was .imped in mourning yesterday J
To the Providence Journal: COOM
baik into the sisterhood af StatBI and
all will be forgiven.
Tramp, tramp, tramp, the boys are
marching, will now become the Mag of
the ?Opah!hf?B office-holders.
- *- -
Chit Aktiiik did the graceful
thing in smashing H../KN just in lime
to prevent him from interfering with
the weather of yesterdiy.
We have some curiosity to kuow
whether, after thc outrage that was per?
petrated in Washington yesterday. Mt
BAT Haistkah will remain in the
Union.
Now let the gold-bugs trot out their
silver "crisis." Wc want to see what
color it is.?Atlanta Constitution.
Mr. Demcker asserts that the Kussian
Calniucks. like their brethren in China.
arc rapidly losing the warlike aud ag?
gressive spirit of their ancestors under
tho levelling system of government to
which tliey are subjected in lbs Russian
as well ss the Chinese Kmpire.
Editor Halstead, of Cincinnati, is s
partisan when he looks southward, but
lie sees what the gold-bugs and the
im.nometsllists are up to. Ile calls at?
tention to the fact that France has twice
as much legal-tender silver as the 1'nitod
States and still holds the grestest of
gold reserves.
A bruise may result iu an abcess if
not promptly attended to. Apply Sal?
vation Oil, Price, 25 cents.
In all kiuds and degroes of sprains
.Salvation Oil. with rest, will effect a
speedy cure. Price, 25 ceots.
[MOND TOHrA-iun
THE STATE AT LARGE.
NORFOLK'S NEWS.
Ta* Will *r (8? tMtr R?aai*r Tara*v-l--s.
ransii (Ball.
[t'(Jftresi?in(lenceof the Itiehmond Dtenatoh]
Norkoi.k. March 4, 1885.
Thc will of -he late Hon. William
H. Turner was admitted to probate in
tho Corporation Court this morning.
Ile bequeathes thc bulk of his large
fortune to his wife, whom he appoints
aa his sole executrix, without
sppraiscrs and without security. He
-ives a handsome property to his son,
Colonel Henry L. Tumor, and to the
fsroily of Mr. (..-urge Johnson, bis son
in-law. To thc Kmanuel Episcopal
chapel he gives a valuable bit of res!
estate, and he makes a generous gift to
his lawvcr'. Messrs. Hilliard ll. Maker
?t Son. Other beneficiaries arc Misses
Msttie Keeling and Lucy Walters. The
estate is worth several hundred thou?
sand dollars.
Thc Baker Salvage Company's steamer
Hesolitte returned to-day (rom thc scene
of the wrecked schooner F. J. Collins,
which w|s partially burned and sunk
some week- ago ..ll Wititcr-tyiarter
light with a cargo pf cotton. A diver
went down and found that thc cotton
had been entirely consumed, only tour
charred bales being left to tell thc story,
lit the Corporation Court to-day thc
case of the Odd-Fellows' Association rs.
The Montefiore Literary Society was
called. This il lin action for ejectment
brought hy the Odd-Fellows against thc
Montefiore Society, the Society listing
rented a hall from a sub-tenant of the
Odd-Fellows' Association. Most af the
prominent Israelites in the city belong
to the Montefiore Society, and the case
excites much interest among these Bea?
peo.
Norfolk sent some 2,000 people to
the inauguration. All the military
companies, including three colored com?
panies, left yesterday evening.
Inlorinitioii is had here that l'i I -:
dent Bridgera, of the Wilmington and
WCIdon railroad, has pniposcd tn the
county authorities af Northampton
and Bertie (N. C.) to run a brunch
road from (.nry.sburg. N. C., to Salmon
. nek. BOM the North Carolina COaat,
the counties to subs! nbc nome el".'I IO
ea.)., being om- fourth of the coat af
construction.
'Hus load has long been ht contem*
plation, and :i charter was granted sev?
eral \ears ago. lt WOnld open 'ipa linc
cotton country, well timbered, aad ia
every way prosperous. Thc ordyroetUU
ot transportation now i- by the Roanoke
river, or overland to the railroads, lt
is believed that the counties will sub?
scribe the necessary anrouat, aad that
the mad will be pushed through :i
rapidly as possible. Lita.
PETERSBURG AND vicinity.
Old rtttCM III llir Heard liiiprnprr OlTi
.Lui. ol ile- riane r. and U.-<hanl<?
Hank.
[Owieenondeneeottbe Rl< amend Dhantek.]
PeiMItSBtTBO, March 4, 1885.
Mr. William Sedgwick, formerly and
for many years | well-known riti/e11
and merchant of Ra bmond. has been
very ll al his home in this city for
tome dav. ? peat. Iii- condhioo i- still
critical. Mr. Si ightj j ai -
of agc.
The trustees of thc Planters and Me?
chanics Hank ba c issued a i ircular to
the trarioua ste hholders asking them to
pay bach the la-t three dividends paid
io them by the Itnnk in lt*M, ISMS.
and I**,---!, in order that the money,
wbieb >t is alleged wa improper";.- paid
ti dividends, may be distributed among
tbe creditors. This demand has canard
;i good den] ol feeling among the stock?
holders, and it is understood a nunibei
of them have combined to resist the re?
turn ol these liv,'', tts. Tiny have
employed able counsel to represent
them, and il" med be, will carry the
mattel np to tbe highest tribunal.
A meeting of Las* llanover Presby?
tery will Le held to-nioirow afternoon
in ihe Tabb-Strect i horeb, in thia city,
the obie, t haag to receive int'. the
Presbytery the Kev. J. W. Hos. bro and
Kev. A. K. Holdcrhv. who have lately
accepted charge* within its bounds.
Alur thc seaaion af Presbytery Kev.
Mr. Hos.'luo iii'.l be inataUed a- paatnr
of Tabb-Street church.
'lia* annual repot: af the Board of
Education tm published shows that
the total cost ol' the public Bchaola in
thi.s city last year was 122,078. and the
? ??st per pupil in dillly attendance vas
ri! W for the year. Tbe total number
of pupils enrolled for tbe scholastic
year was 2,718, of whom 1,1 o'*, yere
vi hiles. The par cent, ol white Behool
population enrolled aaa was Jg, and of
the colored 1' Uobis Ai> vu:.
LYN CH I! ERG.
rMeataltl *?lisi-rrrson:il-'lh-> Slaver or
Prrrr I airinstou.
ICornapotatarneeof Use lt hal mend i>:s*?atch.'
Maim ii 4. 1885.
Intelligence h.is been received here
from Texas of the accidental .shooting,
at Victoria, in that State, last Mon.lay.
of l>r. Samuel Slaughter, youngest son
of Major .John f, Suaghter. of this
city. iii. Slaughter is ona visit tua
ft lend al Victoria, aad it is eupneaed
that he must have been out on a bunt?
ing expedition. The telegram received
here end nat state nhethui be held tin?
gun himself or whether it was in the
hands af -* companion. Thc load en
tered his righi shoulder, producing :i
serious wound. Major Slaughter and
wife have gone ta Texas.
Major John Vi. Danial, who had pur?
posed attending the inauguration ol'
i 'resident ''levclaiid. was prevented
treen RB doing by nason of painful in?
disposition. The Major i? a hard
worker, and no doubt has done too
much of it of late. He expects to bc
in Washington next friday.
Joseph Martin, the young man who
shot Percy Carrington, was raised in
Lynchburg. Ile is a step-son of the
late Senega M. Raakar, at one time one
of the wealthiest merchants in this
city. Martin has not lived herc for
some years, but is jierfectly well re?
membered. Percy Carrington had been
in this . itv several days previous to the
shooting.
WILLLAB8BUMO.
Braiser* I lr Jolliflrsiiss-Rsllr-isd (kassi--..
[CorrespoiiUvnce of tue Iliciimoad Dlspa'cli.]
March 4, 1886.
In honor of Cleveland's inauguration
the Democrats raised their dag at lil M.
sud had a jollification on a small scale.
Many salute* were tired and thc new
political era was hailed with much en?
thusiasm.
Among the i isitors who left yester?
day to witness the inauguration were
Mcaatn.C. P. Annistead. K. II. Clovve-5,
and John L. and (ieorge Vi, Mercer.
Mr. Talley. I 'hesapeakr and Ohio agent
here, has been transferred to Richmond
and been succeeded by Mr. Dickerson,
who has been his assistant for a con?
siderable time. W,
llaniplou Mata*.
[Correspondence of the Uirhmond Dispatch.!
Hami'Tox. Va., March 4, 18K5.
It is probable that tho new trial ol
Dr. Pitts will take place in May ; cer?
tainly not before, as a number of thu
witnesses arc engaged in the oyster
trade and are asjejr up to that month.
A jury uiar harp to be procured from
some ether comity, although it is bandy
possible twenty-four men may be found
in Ibo county who have not heard thc
evidence in the case. Hampton.
H*r*f*r*f*i Rr**! Preparation
is recommended and used by physt?
rim*. It is the best and healthiest
baking-powder made.
DEATHS.
KEI_.Y.-H"HKKT K. KULLY departed
lins lire March 4.18*:.; **?*.! twenty-thre*
year*.
lllsfunetnl will t*ke |.l*' c from tl*--* Moor??
-ttteet cliureli THIS . Thursday i AFTKIt
**i h 15 Mareil Uh. al Socock. Hu friend*,
anil el-., ii..?, or ills i.ioiiiei J. ii. Kelly,
? re respectfully Invite.! to ai temi *
raticral Mollee.
Thefaneral of I'KKCY L. i'A Ititi NOTOR.
*"ii of W ill,atti C. anti Mary E. r?rrliis(oti.
will lake plac,. mis HORN INQ ?( ll
....is'k ti.nu Centenary Method ku ohnreh.
r r innis anti ?c. |U?iut?tict*s of tin* f* nilly ar*
invitetl toaticiul.
In ???tori**..
THOMAS A?rXAWDRR BRDHOR. the
eltlest sou of tilt* late lion. Jolill I!? litton, of
snowdon, stationl county. ".h.. waa born
September '?'. l-:.t?: * sttnlent nt the Uni
verslly of VlrKinlH lti lH00-'7'i: a medallist
lu Hie matheiiiRtics. h Magazine meilalllst,
ai.it :. .I.MIiaiu'slie.l urn Jus I" In s.-soral tle
piiilii.. nts; profess.n of riathiooalii-s. Nor
woottBilli Sch..,;. is7J-71; lu the full of
1S7I a stu.lent of |?sv at the liitverslty;
ainilufiteit uml m.is ci to Mtar*.uri early in
1H7.">: returned lo \irKiuin lu tbe summer;
professor of iii.Klerii Ihiwuhk.-s ul Norms11,
I St7".-'7ri; on the _Tl li ot l*-ceiil!. r. 1H7S.
h. married Mis* Elvira Brae* CabeR, <>f
Union HUI; in Un- summer of lM7She BUT
clmseii an Inter eat In lli* Rorwood Illicit
Hchool. nml ssiisii prineipnlt>f that Institution
for the nc! ilse sessions (ISTS-l**! . Il I
health WasBOt good! he wnsad, ise.l tn?ise
np teaching and engage lu some out-door
?UJttovnient. Therefore, In the summer of
leal, haantd out ai Norwood, Hi-soon t**
uno fanning, near Fi*ettortc?>borg, and ite
volctl hi:*iM-lf as Ills heiiltl. pcmiti.-l to
lis farm until lils il.-stli. He tildi ut "Ar?
gyle," n stafford county on the morning
ot P*brunr* list, and waa hurled al "Union
Hill." N.is..ii lounts. on tin* ?vening <>i
I't-IUUIIIS 'J I, 1 SK.",.
A ntl le reflect ion on tala hri>*f outiin** nf
his life uil sh. ivs BOW svell lies|K<nt tin-time
alktteil to linn here, Ile devoted his issi
(strongesl yeara to Imparting tba brflllanl
Ideas ol tin- tnlnd a bleb Ood hud s<> Ih.uiiii
fuli' liven lim to the minis Of other*: ami
noss allin.null he ls Prating from his Inborn
ft?ever Hie ared which ba sowed nibj grow?
ing and bl oom mg snd III ItllsilUC lol'!' _ I >> XI
null. ? ?
A BSOLUTKL- PURE.
.:_i oe V la'
*-. IQ Of.J U I
Htir. ?; <o fi a a I
K KO lt T ?At
V. I* >~y> TS llUa
MUK * A illrUI S OOO
ll HU Kl IIMINH B
J'.l' *. A k KW ll'- KIHI
li I AAA i: X MN N NU OB
HHH A a\ tliX I.l (K?U
r.'l- -. - W W WI.OD tllXRS
j* J'o nw wv, wn ov r a
MT 0 ?> W W W W V D BB KRH
r o o ww ww ii di
? -xi vr w hod ?
Kl?I ?
8 6
[noal-ly]
?nirix.s.
iii, BOYAL A Kc ll MASONS
? ? i c eordiallv Invited to ai tend ? - ?-**
:t stated i-onvt-eation ..f KUTIMtiMi /.
KllYAI. AlHil CHAPTER. No. Il /?*
:ii me M.is..ns Hall, "ii Franklin***R~B
sh..' THIS TIii:i-*!uv KVKMNi. Mardi
.*. I SSS, at 7 O'clock.
!i> order ol the M. E. II. P.
i.l 1 . KEBBRE,
-i- Beere?.ry.
(?ni. i oi -, ii ul in-- ii r ski ,v uni.*;
Kauai vv i '..sic im .
lil. tn'.M. \ v.. I ehruars IS, IBM I
Vi?TI( I-,. Ti> Till', STOCKHOLD
* V n:> ..] THE i HKHAPEARE AM'
i.Hilt i:\M.W .Vi l*0]|PAN' : Iii* Mumal
Biretlng ol Ihe itorkholdera of the iii-?sn?
it. ii ?? and ohio Ballway Companj will i**
il the olflce of the company In the cit;
ul Jtichmont!. Va..on T'llT.-Uv't th.-l.itl.
ia. .?? Maren. ISM, J. UARRK1 r
I I l-Vi.tf.tau'd t'Jtslii.-r.
a.-i rsi-1. rt tm.
RICHMOND THEATRE.
i HI*?tall VV M sc n 1 i
-'??.' ni PBaaaemeut.
Mc I Ti;-N PLYMPTON, lupported h M --
RiiHK KEEN ami tlc*
ORIGINAL L'NIiiN-HOl AKI. THEATRE
COMPANY.
THCR*-DAY AMi SATURDAY NIGHTS
LYNWOOD;
.FRIDAY NIGHT VNUMATlrRI'AY MATI?
NE!
T. tV, Robertaon'a arielet) comely, CA8TK
Adata?on. 7.",c.: reserved sc:its -<i ? dre**,
circle Soc.; gallerle*, sic. rniii.*-ip
li'lIMoMi MOZART ASSOCIA*
J hiN.
R
regular '.????.?I ? | ike n ? ???
? .il lill rburarla) ? l VKMSU
:,t Bran o'clock. Aini.ssioii onl** !?** mem
I., i-l. j.- ..r ins llatlon-carda, whleh mus: lae
prevented al tue dooi Member* can obtain
insij.r ..n-< mils ...j ?pplleatlon lo ( . L.
jsiii.ii -i.'l Kr.-ni street; ?'. P. JoHNKOJS.
'.Us Main sin ci ..r Rt MO* A Mn-ivui
Mair* st.. i_ tub I-ll
P.1ME MUSEUM,
1 " MOZART il Ml..
ul I'M MI OP 1 Hi OPEK \ BEANO".
Kei..in >.f ti:.- Rania Opera Comp?ny. with
eighteen Brat-clam artists ami a strong
.-horn*.
WI I'M si.A', Al- I KRNOON AM> Niii'lT
AMII UURSUAY AITERNOOK,
OLIVE. 11
! VERi Ai TERN'OON ARD RIGHT.
!?:'..?-ot ?dmlaalon ns usual io cent*:
reserved seat*, a.nts ut be bad at C. V.
Jobi?iou'*, '.ms Main .strict. Door* open
?prrnoon l t..; performance commences
g*so, Nigbl, doon open al 7; paribrmanos
commence* at t*. nih i 51
in.-trivr**,.
Dil. P. CALVIN JOHN- ,_,,
jslti\ DENTIST, ISS west %n*fl
Malu Mreet, will make beautiful, durante.
:,ml lift-like s. I- ot ARTIFICIAL TEETH
as :..ss ?? si; :i sat; lit il. D ami BILVEIt
l ii.i.iNi.-s in.m sj 0p, <>lu bro?an and
loose sets retinslellei! nm! ma.le us gooda*
nra si a very low pelee, au work guaran
lei d i" give Mt?faction.
mh ?'. Jt Ml >v l-l' MAIN STREET,
I-, li.sviso.s. (,..! n.vv ison, \V. V. Davison.
DAVISON'S
l-KNTAI. PAR-ORB,
No. BIS east Main street.
Office hour* fruin 9 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Tenn* moderate, hatlsfactloii niiamn
t.s-,1._fe 1-am
iTtNUY C. JONES, u" li. -s-^|^
1>I MAI,on lt k: 911, M UN sTi!r.F.r.;e_lt).
oin. .* bonn tram ? a. m. to ? iv m.
_my ifi-eod
WOOD A COW'ARDIN,
base icu.i.veil IRdr oatie to
No. 407 EAST MAIN BTRRRT.
_[|y IS-eod]_
TOHN MAHONV, JO*
UK NT 1ST.
(formerly Wayt A Mahony.)
Oiriti:: eas -Main street, betweea Sl*th
?nd Seventh, Klclimotid, Va. oo 1-eod
BBO-tZin. IIISOI I *? V.4NI.I. . ne.
- C P a. CI A L SALK
- AT
- U la-vt-PB
- UNi:-AKT OALLKKY,
_ 91J MAIN STHKKT.
- 1 am now Milln* my fine stock of
-PierritKs. hkonzks. bl-uuks,
- and li-U
- at mon
-ONK-THIKO Td (?NK II VI.K
- KLOtri.AK ~R_3_Bi
- to make room for Improvements.
-TALL KARLY AND OKT ('HOICK.
- VALENTIN EB AT LOW KIGL'ttK!*.
fe!
:>.:*oo
lime. ? ? nr.t r. tte. ^
HARKKIaS FRESH "AN
I.AND LIME: a.fll barrel* FKKslI IM
li>!tTEt> POBTLANH. JAMEK- RIVKit,
and KnsKNllALE (KMRNT8: 95* l>*rrrl*
PlthXH ( Al.CINKIi I'l.ASTKK .ir PLAH
TKKl'AKlS. KINK MAKUI.K DI.ST BAV
AOK KIRK-BRli'K *n.l li.AY, LATH.*),
CATTLE HATH, WHITK MANU Ac.
WA UN Ell MOORE.
foot Seventeenth itrtsnt. aout? *id* Dock.
Lump aud Ground Plaatcr. Sumac and
Bark. i- IS
ni nov tu
EMOVAL Of Db. H. HARRIS'S
? OFFICE to lu*. Ma iu street .Ct-wanlni
I'.lts-ki. tifflce hollis fi.nu 10 A. M. to 1-J
M. and 1 to ? P. M. U-eascs of women and
c-U-riaaipecUiir. teai-aw*
K
jAA Vi lOOi*.
pOUUQURRAIf, PR
ti HA Ml l>
J KID* KKK
.IK KR
.1 aa nan
J JR R R
jj/ ana k E
IJ1 (.HEATER VARIETY A.YDLABOEK A
EXHIBITED I
They are all NEW and NOVEL HTYI.Es. sn
you want to
We have received
oo p nunn .Ra. rrr nun it
O OV IK R S/" PF RRH
800 ?Erk "aa,, ppr rrr >
cu oh r -"jj r I I i
oo dui i ?tar r nan
ami rall your attention to the fol
?MINMI cloth JEKM'.Y <>
Beautiru! line of AMERICAN and KHKNC
lovely
l.vaiii'in- our
TP.1t OtM MM BRR RRR (IO ll DUD KFR
P. MMMM ll ll H Hn HUH Iii
KR MUMU BBIt RRR I) O II D II KK
R M M M li H K I* (l (> ll I* t> I'
RKK M M M BBB K K OO ll DDD KKB
.Vak to lie shown ou
satin in vu ems AXlis
ranting In peMR from fl to f:i. They e
effects. We ens
CASHMERE PaUMlaUaM, us
(U'K ST
BttR L a coil k K
RH I AA (J 0 I K
BBB L AA O KK
RB L AAA (IO K K
BBB LUX A A OOO lc K
is. as Banal, ina LABonaTaad aTrnrrcHOI
Many NKWmi.l ESQ
i mt:-, neara, c.?li.aiiett
ami BMBB
rOUaVaVRKAir, PH
[lilli l-.s
naur MARCH ?. 18W.
Btagnvnttou of Clan eland ss Pnaidrnl
of the Haiti d stat.ss ami tin- aaTtrlng of
M i aargalaa In Mtv QOODa
.1 . Bf
LEVI g DAVIS.
Of ls c. i.I.M.HAMS nt 7e.R yard;
I .ns,- lie. OINOHAMHRl I fi, B yard;
l mae nf MERRIMACK FRUITED Pim EH
at 6 ,c. :i >ar-l worth Uh-.;
i . .se UH'TK CORDED PHtUE al I . a
] ant north I fi
i eaae WHITE STRIPED LAWXrI
isr.t, w unlit bc chesp Bl I
1 (Sse WHITE SATIN STRIPED NAIN
si niK nt i c. a y Bid wm Iii Itt-je-:
1 csv- wi UTI. CHECKED NAl.v-.in-K *t
7c. a yard yvortli ldc.:
Yard-Wide DARK-PRINTED PERCALES
nt Tc. a yard uorth 19 e.;
STRIPED SEERSUCKERS Rt RV I I I
?a oi tn U c.:
SMALL CHECKED DRESS GOODS Rearlj
aUwoM al ll c. ;i yard. Mnoerlj sal I
at ate. i
LACK STRIPED SCRIM for CURTAINS at
19 [e. -a lii.'i ,s i cry cheap;
TWILLED (TlAsii TOWELU50 al Be. a
y ur.I Mortii Be,;
Remnants .,f COTTON sllKK'tTN'.,:
Ke...im!its.,i lil.K \i III iMuN'oN.
Resananta of COTTON DIAPER;
lte:imii!>ts of DRESS GOODS ol every de
acrtptlea;
Rem dru ts of CURTAIN LAI BS;
Remnants of CARPETS and MATTING.
?lill 4 LEVY A MAVIS.
V
"OMAN.
BER HEALTH AM? BAPP1NEHS ARI
MATTERS Ot OREAT COHCERSI
rOAI i. MANKIND.
NkarMariktta 'ii.
h.>iio> BMiRtna ano i boaaUl a ism de of t?r.
j. itra.itieiit 'a lenin:.- Begnlatar, and aaed a
la my fa.nT; wita great antanactlon. l
lisle r.-eiilllliiiMid'.-il lt !?> tl.ree MntUllcB sud
ttu-y lune Mund it tana Jual shat ia r lal med
for it. The feina'es wini haye Used it are
now iu |?rfis! health and ailie toatteud ta
their batanthotd duties.
RnV, ll. B. JoilNSi iN.
Stati* ok i,rom,ia, TK .rr Cohn rv.
I have evainin.-.l lin- r '?(/>' ol Pr. .losiaa
Brsdiieid. and Btrooeunee ll to be a Bambi*
nntioii ot medicine* of un-at nu-r 1 in the
tientaaeul of nd dlacaaeeol fesaatsaforn ilek
he leeomnienda lt.
ns ILLIAM P, r.l ISLET, ii. D.
si-i-.iMiiTPi.ii, Tass,
Dr./, Bradfield: I'eur sir .-My dasUjnM*.
has been suitt r:iut for many ) enm with lani
d rea.Ifni ii ill.. ?! on k nov, n ns lc mal.- D8RMMB
iVlTch liss coal lue IniiUj ilolliirs. mid not
yvlthstHlldlii-,' I Rad tn* i.est in. du si Httend
ancc could aol rind relief. I bat t u.s.-.l ninny
other kinds of medlctnM a Itnoul anyeflbel
i Liol just aboat given her np; mis oai of
heart; bul baggenedm the atora of W.W.
EcaMrBBV etui a**ha?lnrr an i he, ktaotaina
of iiiy (taiiKliter salli,ellon, p*aa*ud*d met')
buys bottle ?,f your Pental* ITrtgiiMtnr She
is-'ian to Improve at (si..-. I waa so de
liUllteil Ililli its,?ttccl-.tliiit I I'lHU-lit several
moreboMMeof lt; end anaaring what i de
aiioui it If to-.i:iy on.-oi ni: family Braaaaf
feriiiif with ihntnvfnl dlat-aar, i would lune
lt b* lteoMM*0a bottle for I caa truthfully
say it has cured my daugbtaf Bound mid
well, and myself and wile do moat heartily
recommend your Pemale Regulator tobe
lust what it arenreeented tnis>.
naenaUfiilij. H. i?. i-katBERSTiin.
Treatise on tba Health and Happiness of
Woman mailed frc.
TH I?: BRA 1 >FI ELI > RI OULATORCO..
re*J7-dla\<i'slt Reg ?-?*. Atlanta, (ia.
(.' lt 0 r I' L A
A air! In my employ has ts-eu rared of
constitutional scrofula bj ibeuao of .Swift's
Spedfle.
.1. o. McDaniel Aliatoona (.?.
(Thiag ni:.'mn.i is father ot the Bovemee
of deorxlii..
Vandcrli'lt's mlllbnui could not buy frora
m* what Hw lft's specific baa done forme,
li cored rm ot scrofula of ttftean years'
standing.
Mis. Eua um: t h issn, Acwortb.Oa.
TRITER.?Aftereuaaeuuj wttii Tetter for
eleven years, and liuvtMi* all sorts of trest
meiit, l was relieved entirely bvBteUt'eBpo*
citic. i.. ii. Lan, iir*son us.
SNATCHED PROMTHRGRAVE -I waa
bvougbl (o death'*door by a coiiibinatiou
ni c. /ililli an.I er\si|s'lns. Irom whlcli 1 hag
suffered foi three years. Wus treated by
MVCfal physicians with lodtdaof potassium.
Which seemed to feed tile disease. I have
been cured aound and well by the use of
Sw.lt ss-s-iTtlc. Mks. SARAH K. Tl'KM.rt.
Huuiboldt.Teuu.
Swift's Specific ls eutlrely vi-getab'?.
Treatise un Hlood-uiul Skin-Diseases mailed
flee.
Thk swikt Bmcmo Co., Drawer 3, At
lama. Ga., or IOU west Twenty-third street,
.New Vork. fei-7-lw
H
EALTII IS WEALTH.
Da. K. C. Vi'KMT'H
NERVE- AND rlKAI.N-TUKATMENT.
a f-naranteed s-s>clt1c for Hysteria, Dlxxlunsa,
Cony ulkions, Kits, Nervous Neuralxia. Head?
ache, Nervous Prostration causeU hy the um
Of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness. Mental
Depression, softening of Hie Brain (result Ina
In insanity and lt-mltm* to mtserx. decay, mn!
death), Premature Did Vi;.-. Loss of rotter la
either sex. caused by oier-e.vsrUon of th*
brain or over-ludulKenne. Each box con?
tains one month's treattneut; 81 a box, or
six boxes for j:., sent by mail, prepaid ou ta?
re in! of the price. WK (JUARANTEE s!X
B( iXEs to cure any case. With each order
received by us for six boxes, accompanied
with 13, we will send the purchaser our w rtt
ten guarantee to refund the money If th*
treat .'neut docs not effect a cure. (iuaranlMe
Issued only by J. 'UN C. WEST ? CO..
888 wast Madison street,
au 2-2-iUwlv Chicago. UL
ALBA MMI-s. IMIHHTV OIL.
/MT OFF TWO THIRDS OF THE
vJ expenssi of lighting your ?tore, fac?
tory, orr.'-e. or house by using the NEW
ALBA LAMPS and ALUA SAFETY
OIL.' 160 tire-test. 8c. for eight hours of
,14-candle-power light?three times the bril?
liancy of an ordinary gas-Jet. For aals by
Hie BICHMOND Oil. COMPANY,
1319 Main street.
Sole Agent* Southern Kia te*.
AGENTS W A Mil'. fe tia-**
ICE, TEMPLE k CO.
ISPLAY or
rr*r. y rpa
?*??;. v.r rv "aa,
?Wskk T -Sb-:
KHOItTMRNT THAN HAS EVER BEEN
N RICHMOND.
il well worth a visit of InapecUnn, whether
hoy or not.
a latge portion of
SR ti (.di. K*iSMTTTT OO OOQK K
RR >(l (I 5_" T O ?o^5k a
BRM) *8R. t 0 05 BK
N R Ml Wi _~? J 0 5'1 0(|?
n sa ono "arr * oo noun a.
lowing ciiunioisti.nt of novelties
TTiiMANH. SATIN id.RIIF.lt.
ll TRICOTS. embrvTm* many new -tod
shade*.
nm eltles lu
rrh rrr non bW^i* uiirrrr^aa
R UK DD J 'IJ IMI T l~
hrh kk ii ii BaK,tr nu T "se.
lt HR du /ju Ult t a__2
n RKKvunii ?mr cu a t *ttr~
r.MTERB LI NF ol
ATIN MEKVEII.I.EUX.
xcel every other fabric m ri.-h au I cli-nsiit
isntee the wear.
ed for the tirst time (Ins spring.
DC KDE
ooo oo oo imo u-ie.
O O O O O O DO 2^
o o o o o n n Bt?
o aa o o o o no ^j
<*n> oo oo dud "air
CK in i ts m-i ect,ons to is-fou nd in lae Heath.
c.'-ill. DEBIGNSta
ls, LAI 1. RANDKERCUIRI I
OIDRRIES,
ICE, TEMPLE a CU, ?
ii.TuATD.lt
BUT TIIAI.IIIMKH BROTHERS
sVRINi. ANNOI'M EMBNT.
Wc wish our put rons and Hie public to
knoti Unit we sr.- UH'Bared to slum omni
MW \Nii ATTRACTIVE DRESS-.IDS
for es riv spring wesr.
We sic w ii In s'lliflll III..- Of BRNO \
I.I.m; DB BEIGE MIXTURE**! In nil the
new sim.les st 15c. These goods am
rietilv it..r!h jc
Our io.soitio.iii ot PLAID DRESS (iOODH
for Ute sprl hg season ls sure to please the
. ye. lt comprisesall the nea .?ombltia
iions of colon. We have lovel] p ? ilaa
ni -j.-, iimi (rae.
JEBHKi CUrTHH iind SATIN BEBBERS
ii re verj stilish mid ne have them Iii
all tn.- nea similes.
TRICOT CI ...ills mc the i.iost sty Usu and
ions! durable drem u'hmTs one eau buy.
'iliey are i . j ania rn lite, nil wool
!?? Iimi in all the new s.i...les Every
.1. should ha ve a drem ol these goods.
HILES, MILKS.
Hui- simk of SLACK and COLOKI D
sil.Ks im spring wear ls the large*! .ni
bios! complete line Tl (le .
All our GT I NET'S ULAI k SILK Bl SI:
richly worth I '??<.
Benutitiii styles nf MEEItsri'KERS and
1.1 Ni. il NM-. ? .i sprlug wcsrliisol I au i
sm i es foi combination sulla,
M'e have received and have on mle for this
week.aboul fl OOO yards ol CHEi K Ml -.
it Ns in reiniianti i toging fm
innis Tiny nie Hu- best and cheapest
goodall bas ever lieen our good fortune
IO |.s ;i!:d li '.II ls- sol,I ;lt 1 ... . per
viiid. These goods 'ii,-1" .'iv ii
Our stork ol \t'HlTECOODS will ls* exposed
for sale th ls week and you will Hud many
hantalnaamong iii.-m.
KU' ll li'I Sll.lt. i.l.i i VI s m ;i.| |1?- nev, sud
i eh thadi - \ 1 ti line.
Tbe best line and best makes of ERENCH
\yn\ KN and KNiH.lstl-M VDE COB
wl i > ia l. t* al lue most popular
| i :.ss.
Oin i,en department of LADIES MUSLIN
t N'DEBw KABIsa iel atti d
lion of nil Ihe ladles l "i pa
>. -? in.11,. ela where.
W>- .mit:..! eon. lune wltliout mylnga few
wordssbouttheremslnlng stock ol y\ i:\|-s>.
Wi-still bili, the larges! stuck and ls
?ortini i t to lie found In Ihe cit). mid ? iii
s.ii Hii.' WBAP luoui house aTt hoiil
lo Its rust, rbis ls nu opportunity
offered ' ' s. cure i.I W BAP foi ?
small amount of motley, We need ihe room
aud ? ll gi* ?? you ? tain.
i ii \i.mimer BROTHERS
I itth nu I li
ii.i. ; sn i-i.t it
liail'S *V KUM IN KM.-ne
MARX'S I'OMPOl ND SYRUP Or'
TAB
. in old Meli-kiiouii. and tried family
Lindy tinder a nea nama, uni was ms i
lc' Iii.- m.n.-rs ,.f ii ct i ..'ii I (strict n i,.-r
niany lor Ciil'iSHs. CuLDM, CitNsCMP
IHiN A.slMVl l.BBONT II ll ? \M' '' I
\1u.N KH\ \NTi BRONCHIAL TBOCBLI h.
contracted I.us.-.,n.-n. .? uf their damp
and iu..'), althy em pl oj ment.
The medic ie- \- ti pi ni I ie ? expectomtloti
when the cough ls drv and harsh, lt will
relieve cough and pain, in tatlouand tick
Hag :n the throat. WI ere il ere is
or louro-piiniii'iii expectoration it mu not
only eleni tn.' lungs and bronchial luis s '.r
thia poisonous mattel hui preveu
rapid re-foriimtion. rsi? -1 acta ihh,
mid antiseptic. Besides Its excslleol sd
vantages aa sn expectoranl etc ?.; possess*
es soothing and anodyne properties which
.1.- laki n from the vegetable kingdom,'ind
rio, < not contain oi tin ile o, ? ??,, uj
mwpbtne ehlural or otha opiate oe um
lonou? nm ?'?'.,. it may ls* given I
iln-n or adult* without producing ?
1,1.' efl." ts.
dur formula v. fully neg en to
ph) s:i :.iiis BU I olin'rs.
Extracts from letters
Fr-.io Dr. i . A. BB*! CE. edttoi .s.
rin, ? ? Trtehyrup meets tuy most sangutn*
expectation*. I find ll superior to Hu ma
Jorlty of preparations. I liesrtll) recoui
uandi! lo the profession.
Dr. C. F:. ANDI RSOi ' llRgtot. 1418
Brand street .1 have mil) given I ittl .s,
mle. Billed to experience anj rellel I ? i
oilier ie.Iles, It seems togo egreal r.-ii.-i
nt night io Ulnae unable to sleep on account
of pulmonary trouble* who** health
i,roved very much under it? nae."
M. P. PU \s INTO i no . elerfc i ulti i
State* Circuit Court: Alter tHktnit a ten
small bottles I find myself relieved from i
sta(*-of pain and annoyance that had ca used
m.-im yearn areal trouble and anxiety.
Fiom Mr I. COHEN, of Caben Brothers.
Koli tn mid Broad streets: ? l pis.I hum,
bands or sn aged servant In the employ ol
? nieni bel of my lamil) whorbrs*ver?l win
ti i> ":ni been great!) annoyed li) sy in pt..ms
of asthnm and bronchial Irritation. Aftei
tskiuv it for two or three days sn,- became
entirely relieved. I have slnaessen ituas-l
In var lons cases ol collis and catarrh, :n nil
,if which ll proved a speed) a:;d io?
cent ramed).
Mun nit.i.ii: tbomphon. lao north
Si Vt il si lie! A I ter lill V lllg Used -'\ ill thing
recommended to me for an apparently lucu
rubie Cough and Asthma, aud anding no
i.-li.'l lt-.:.. mi.\ som.',.. 1 ii:e.I your reiUMdj
with gr*at skepticism, and i" my surprise
unit pleasure lound the rellel 1 had sought
ill '. :i li in utiie yearn."
Huii.iie.is ot Han teattmnnlan cnn be
shown of people at yum own M.*. .r. r ? ba
liatli : i indm Pun-ell
LaddaCo Cowers. Taylor A Co and A.M.
Robins ^ei.eial d.T?.t?. iTlc JOe, lr.ai
h..ti..- aik*. mh l-s-ii i
W'HKNTIIK Ml CH ADVERTISED
Tv remedlas tall, In "BODBEEH ll
PULMONARY BALMA M fbreougba .oils.
hoatmnrm, and son- those, lt lins boen in
.'essiul use for twenty veale, and ls atm
tin- lust i no'ly known f.- i-l
?FHl VKKNON TOOTH-BRUSH.
IMPORTED BY PUBCELL, I,ADD .V 00.
TUMt> ineBEMI BBC8H Binna andean
Be bad of
I'dl.K MILLER ,V in
T. ROBEBTS BAKEB
I BI.AIRiNiiithsiiit Broad?treeta),
H. (.. FDRslMANN
It II. M. HARRISON
ll. If. slIF.II.Ii A CO..
JFX.SK (MILD
POWHATAN E. Direr
E. P. BEE VF!
L. ll. Till i.MAS nco..
T. B Wil.l.lAMs Wthsiilltr.iad.
O. VV. LAMMER ,1)i) wet MsnOiaiii
A. II. Bi lill NS. le |g*|
15
LAIR'S CHLORAL THTMOL
Is a p*werfu! germ-destroyer;
lt ts the best deodoriser;
It has a pleasa'it smell:
The manner nf using it is
simple and cony eun-ot.
It wonderfully promotes
tin- comfort of ?irk rooms:
It should alwtiys be ised
where there is contagious d'seaa*.
i or sale by druggists.
Price.60ceutsabottl*._ _ _jato
pONSLMPTION.?I have a positive
" -' remedy for the above dtaeaee: by Ita
u*s thousaiiils of rases of thu worst kind and
of longstanding have been cared. i...le?d
so strong is my tklth In its smeary thal I
wtll send TWo lurTTLEM PgEE, together
withs VAU'MILETKEATIsEou this dis?
ease. toanysufferer, (riveevpn-ssmutpost
olllce address. Da. T. A. 81.i MTM.
181 I'.sii straet. New York,
de 2-eod8m
LADIrLS.?Pennyroyal Pil'.s (- Chich
ester's English '')ar* worth ttieir weight
in gold. Koli porticulan. 4c. iTil.-h.s'..-r
(hem leal (Wv .(li Madison s>|iaire. I'lilia
delphta. ? ,, )4.Tu,Th.S?isu.tApl
B
OOK AND JOH WORK
NEATLT EXECUTED
AV Till
DIBPATC'tt PBiNTtNU'UOVBE.
^ 1**1 RA*. R BTATV-t X g
(it ni isuai'io acth iMtrr-.rth* Atn.iTo*
Or riBI.lt- At ...ISM
A LEX A NUKI A INRI.RANCE COM
-Cv PANV.
Annual Stair?enl for Hie fl***: y**?r eni
ina the Slat dar <?f January. \nm ?.
th* actual ronilltji.n >t it .- AI.I'KAI
URIA IN'MCRAM'K COttPAM orr*',,
l*ed nnder the la wi of tbcMlxtr ,,i , ,,
gilda, hind* lo tit* Auditor of I'uhli
Accotmii for Un* Commonweal';, nf v/ir
Billia, pnrstisut lo*-i act of ti, ? (? n-r?
Assembly -?v.ilatiii**: thc r*|?,rl? ,,| |n.
snranee totnj-aiiies, approved 1'i-linui
?-".'. 1S78.
N?tneofibs rratBaay la full \:nts.
oiiia InaaBAacn com* ti* v.
Hom,, or |*ninl*-l ?mre ot sa.J .>>?.
j?n.-. \ un tami t, va.
I I,nuclei of lin* ...|ii|a?ns iWbalhll fira>.
rite Bini niartne. or insr oe .omi ran.v r> ? ,?
nany)?Fibs am i? M *i >
li,-S.lieut III S"M VS 'I
j*-. . iclarv and Ti'-nsiirer (IBOB/.S Wist
Orteatiiretl Alni mci, j..rate.I V.s i ?
IO. l*7n.
t'oiuineiiccil lustiness Amil, ll lin.
I. i I
lillt of H'l.?Tll*c.l
etaocbeorporatNMB, -j; **
ri.e nm.,nut rafaaldeapttaJ st,* i.
?xi i 111> in raab ''-til'.*
The ii 11, i no I ot sm nt e.. ot (ai at.? I.
paid up Ls stick note Its*)*
rared br caali drat?Ra) le ITV M
r. AJ
ta of *ani raesfB?I sad
? detailed statement Ot in.sv
and In v liJtt Ihe mBM sr.* la
seslotl:
i'mus ..ii honda m i martaaa*
, .luis tc. ..lil..I Jin I '.. : BB *??
cond len on lb* ft* Pintpot \
til".li which not niora-iii in .11 -
V eat* llitensi :s do* . 1 *
luterest ac**:ned tlierei.11. 1 ?
s I . .,. ...I.l
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st;i.. nod alt . '
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boa-t*. ? ? . IOU 4 1 I, 1-tT
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band*. :i-r?, l?-. ; i ?.
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ll' ? 11 Ml
(hi.. *ui I iii.Itu
Bil n . 'i-.ii.i- 1 ... -.,i 11
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1(1. I,nt..11.1 snd lt
kalin ..t hon. - 1 ' ' .
T..**ii d' Hans th.*
1.1 i ." Limi
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flt e
t l-l I . ? tittil I
ll. I**. . \ ,
1 "i Jil Hank . Ill o
On** pn mt mi -
1 iis due
1 lf.ee billilli
1
a aiiuHtnl
sets ol the Company, . ; 11 t*
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ll '..I
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s, .s.. ' . I il
iii, ai
III. Ll ?
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I Ul I
. ible upon all unei .Ired
tlrci |>:,s ruii'i 1 1 .ie ? ?
poll. V I I
unei prvtii
la r c 1.1. ll - n 11
1, v.. ss pn 1 una tv
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p 1-nt itit uuex
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? m.c than 11
veal from .Intent
nv *l.i-l, 111.
? mu 1 1
pm 1 ita ? *'
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?ll unexpii '
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len*hi lo
terna.nu ?:: ?
(inc ?nd
l.-llt. Itt
?gell % .
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Total ? mount n t
usc I '
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li. I... t ..his retii
1 1,. ?
n ii.mi
1
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Received foi . 11 I
?nd morita**! - se ?>*
Receive '. h>r Inti reta! *ud 1
'
Inti ral loni -
SI.UL - J I - - ,|
I IO Oil 01
aalua I
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v :
1 : ? 1 I ? ? ?
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holden faiBouni ul
.v.l lutllU
the s.ar |9 ll ?
I .I..! ioi communion* ? lin -
ii.-".
Pa?I foi -
sol officer*
agenl* ju.il all ntheret 11 > I
I ant f sr sint. oat ?
.al lases :n Hus and ..'iiei
Btatai
All ..tin r 1 ,?? iel
nines s./. Int*r*atondepoa
11*. 111.08; print ins ;> -
office furniture a . |1(
ABBM in'c anntiiii'
|.t-UM-s illi:ni4 tile >e*:.
Mw urn lo hs Bl sos Wu ,
ami i.K'.Ki.F \A i-i Hreretary. ben-a
-. Metal*' Pm;
Va. inn 1 ?
I Mir Kl * Hit",
LW. BILLI I'S A .S'lN,
? FURNISHING CNDEH
1 AKERS
15Jd rAST M.tl> SIKH l (i.Ii.Iei ->. 1 1 le*
Hole
BURIAL-CASFH. SHKul'I'S. ?n1 FU
M.K.U IV-NVEYAVE* lurmslivj al ail
liour*. Telegraph order* ?U**uJ?*l t.. -lay ur
?>??_?. - . du*
T T. CHRISTI W
A*-* rTRNISHJNO
ITiKRTAKRR
No. tail r ls. 1:1. iad s.,
BICHMONH V V
liaaa large assoitineiii of W.i.'D an! ME
TAl.l.M CASES 1 l.**KET** -sin,.,, ??
CLOTH CASKETS, a. ai low priest*,
I't.uiitry nod tekajrauh ordentpromuily *U
teinied today or iii*lil '
JOSEPH W. LAURE.
K BNMHTNtl
I St>BBTARa**R
(ossrK Foist ami I:boaii siiihitm,
KICHMONI*. V.'.
R'OODand MITTA LI.Il Ililli \I.-C.\mI_i.
ROBES. HEARSE HACKS md * 1 tiiiua*
rviiuislte. at loHtMt rat?1.
Tflvtiraptilvsnd i-oatitty oriel* soil tied,
sp^a-cod
W?"
siMHii. atari
-TRAP WATUL,
OwtnK to repaint am! I?iprs>*r*laiettt* u?ar
he.na niadeat Ulta Morin*. Wr WILL. BOT
ti?. ABLE TO hi li'LV ('III ll STOMER*
WITH TUIs WATER S>r * few dav*. We
?ak their Indulgeui** 6m- a ?tort * uile.
%ery rtsspveiiu'is.
PUHt'Kl.l I.M'l' ?? 'ti.
Air-it* fur Mineral Waters >?f \ u^utnu
mu 4-lt

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